Wednesday, May 12, 1915

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Acton Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 12, 1915, Acton, Massachusetts VOLUME xxvn. 4 PER COPY WEDNESDAY,    IfcJ,    Lt9l    S ITO. 4k WES J ACTON I. S. nark of Roxboro, census taker of Acton, finished bis work in the town the latter part of the week. Mist Fullington of Soma Acton is substitute operator at the telephone exchange for a few weeks. Next. Sunday morning Rev. A. Morrill Osgood of Maynard will preach at the Baptist church in exchange with the pastor. J. Rogers of the equipment dc partment for the N. E. T. & T. Co., has been making extensive changes at the local exchange the past week. W. B. Holt attended the banquet arid entertainment of the Triple Link league of Odd Fellows of (Ireater Boston at the Hub on Saturday evening and reports a fine time. William H. Murphy returned home last week from a several weeks’ trip to California where he visited both expositions at San Francisco and San Diego end reports a Vtry pleasant trip all around. He spent IO days at the home of Edwin Parker, formerly of this village. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Peterson o f Stow, who are well known in this village, where they have many friends, celebrated the 25th anniversary of their marriage Saturday afternoon. A largo number of friends and neighbors called at the home where a good corial time was enjoyed. The piano pupils of Miss Anna W. Holt of Maynard, assisted by Misses Madeline Flagg and Genevieve* Coughlin and George Stewart, Wiino Kauppi, Clarence Lloyd and Hairy E. Holt of Somerville, will give a recital In Colonial hall, Maynard, May 2fi. Proceeds of tho recital WPI be used to help erect a Soldiers’ monument at the O. A. R. lot in Glenwood cemetery. Tickets, which are 25c, can be obtained of Reft rn rn S. Holt. BEDFORD MAYNARD MAYNARD John Laflin !;«r truck, A. It. La con automobile. has purchased an auto has Walter Hanna is employed tis a caf* i enter at the mill. Miss Eva Hunt has secured a lucra* '■<: s' d a new five position in Concord. Ashael Balcolm is n modeling residence, collv< rtfflg it into a ti nement house. his two MARLBORO t i) CORD ’ ! i .ON CONCORD bael ' Rourke of Worcester vin Marlboro friends sunday. A. E. touring The roads Hut kee ear. lias purchased a Ford Miss Lucy Clark Was visitor With relatives in a week Lowell. road department til is week. is oiling lh' William May of Poston silent day With his mother, .Mrs. Julia Summer st. end fiun- Mav, A. HH forty h i in i n appointed agent for the Chevrol I automobile |/j Maynard and surrounding towns. John Rouse lins Cie contract for die painting of tile new house recent iv built for Everett Bowl; r of North Harris halo r, has mr ice new Kirby eight Is out 'ie Fairbanks based an "uto. with a hand-Hudson en' \ i ; s Ruth Shepard * lit the week cal with friends in Brookline M ; Elizabeth Connell visited lr ' lei in Guinn, N. II., last .seek. Mrs. F. C. I rn maine is IU at bar home at Nine Acre corner. Ii soph Preener* • a grn st O' I of Wobtls ‘ aster, AP Mr John Bonner and children of itch ire visited friends in town la«* located I eek. John Hunt lias accepted a position with the Sunshine Biscuit Co. and hat gone to New York, where he will be w a s s. John I.. I). Whittemore Bedford last week. The farmers ar early strawberry ;. visited friends in Tile Priscilla club eicning af tho homo Mein r, Concord st. Sudbury, prophesying an a son this year. M. A. Coughlin Improvements , n is tuakin < xtersive tim Bedford Mons 0 Louis Shaw enjoyed i isit with relatii < s in mg Hic week. Will meet Friday oi Mrs. Roderick Ch irks Richardson, who sprained ; I is ankle when stepping from a team last week, is rapidly recovering from the injury. . Marshal home ut I J. lobo BU hell is Iii in Mitchell. Man Iv I.ford iii “In the Bish ('arri,    i    might’s    moving    plctur ! t rue' ion Mr. and Mrs. John Urquhart. who h \ e be n residing in Manchester, N, ll na vc taken up their residence in Uiburndale. 1 ll Abel we ii I lo w 1 i: (nm luted painting phi. i on High st. s Vera! days’ Holyoke (lur- Walter Manning lias teeepted a po sit ion wit ii the New England Nurser ies. Fisher Ames and family have returned to Redford Ofter spending th. winter in Bermuda, Rev. and Mrs. James Sulloway hive returned to Bedford after spending tile winter in Florida. Thinking of planting? ford Co-op. Corporation is agent for Breck’s seeds. Tim tho Bed- local The funeral of A. lf. Ken rick was hold Tuesday from the residence. In torment was in Shawsheon cemetery. it was largely attended by relatives and friends of the family. The warm w Hither is bringing Mw campers out a Utile earlier than ii mil. The Oakland cant (Mi, Rlverh.ird and Nutting’s Hake Pond, are getting leatlv for a big business til is year. China's Deadly River. • During nn° flood of tin Y.ingtse* Wang in China 000,000 i.e.sons were drowned Co. C, T.exington Minute Men, held a dance in the town hall Monday evening. Tills organization will celebrate its third birthday in June, being organized "Home Week" 1012. At the meeting of Mizpah Rebekah lodge Thursday evening, four Jpplica* lions for membership were received. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Whitney and daughter of Uxbridge were week cml Knouts of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wright. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wollcrsehled ai d family of Lynn autoed to town Sunday Where they were entertained bi relatives. \. tiiur Malcolm jr. of Lynn was a week end guest of Ills parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Malcolm. Mis; Mary Bi ups of Auburndale sp* ut the week end with her parents, Mr. and Airs. Thomas Binns. j Miss Helen Hendrickson enter 'tallied a parti of 12 of lier friends at her home near Tniter's pond Sunday. ' \ tine outing was enjoyed. Cards have been received during tile week from Charles Warren, who is traveling for the Flitted Cigar Co. 'I hey were dated Augusta, Ga. Miss M. Louise Doherty of Woburn, a former teacher In tie high school Spent the we°k end with Mr. and Mrs I’. J. Sohnair. A duplicate hook of Pollyunna has heel! added at the public library. This in a measure will r■•lh vc tim demand for the book. II ii Mason of Claik ii a here Salida; visit ilig his city. Ex Mayor John J Mrs. Shaughnessy ii. Atlantic City. *1 hr* Weonas sud hook-- d for a mirte i'astiinc alleys this rn I versify friends in Shaughnessy ali i ii. returned iron Mrs (h Chi • s and children spent the pa -i v -oi, with relatives in Provident, It I. Frank Kin; K Bridal -    • of Mr Brl lues. Airs. John (I. Morse has returned ir .m the south being called north unexpectedly by the illness and death i assisting at Adams of lier mother, Airs. David Blakely, of re during the absence Bradford, Vt. lh derail; game at Iv. AI ins Billian Cirti ilildn tit School. . I recent illness acher tverin in the • from _Arthur    Larue,    clerk    in    the    Rich* Mis Mi.jeu i< Witherbee enjoy#.! a a rd son pharmacy, who went to hie i    i ati    .Ti ti    n her studies    at Walnut    bonn in    Jewett    City,    Conn.,    for    a ll ll ' h" >1 last week,    •    u    *    <    k    end,    was    taken    ill and hee MI --- vt    i    been    unable    to    return    to his do* Mr    and    Mis    William    Wood re-    (.,. s lure. turned    home last    Week after spending    _____ Visible Typewriter—Your now price. Make offer. A-l condition. New4*t« model. Tel, Son:-:', K. C. 'Cheney, North Acton. Mass Work on the road construction was temporarily held up owing to delay in procuring tile services of a ceiri-prdent steam roller operator. A large force of men will start work tmmedl- f* t e]y. Sidney e. McCleary, 71 MAIN ST.,    MAYNARD iii ■ ta « THE J ”111 JI KIND YOU bi Allan Howard, Jr., who has been sojourning wit ti his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allan Howard, returned to his home in Rochester, N. Ii., Sunday. Henry Price came into his own again last w°ek, winning the weekly prize at the alleys with ridiculous carte by a st ring of I Ilk The Holy Name club will hold a ladles’ night in tin ir quart ts in Can lion’s block next Wednesday evening A splendid program is being arranged. Mrs. Elliot Archer and son Edward, who have been sojourning with Mrs. Arelmr’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Parnnnter, returned to their home in Providence, R. I.. Thursday. Harry Pease and Ernest Buffer worth of Winch st. !    were Sundae ■ gin 'st s of Air. and Mr. En derAk W Taylor. Alias Annie AtrCarron of Bristol, P I., spent several days of the week with lier parents, Mr and Mrs. Frank McCnrron. the v int' r in Florida. Tin Quart ■ c lub outing at Fort AB future. .titling in th for an • near .Misses Grace Hunt and Ruth Ray* mom! are in charge of the entertain* men* to he given at the meeting of I it s Jenni ■ I- ahey, v im . employ cd n Wrentham, spent ti • ekend ut home on Bout ti st Th* annual meeting ° tim nfo'lgh Savings Bauk -'iii r* Joseph Smith visited iP verc The Trir>nfilii met im of the I>a dies’ soda I lt.< was held In Help of (onror( , GranKC Tuesday evening. Christians church Monday evening. Maribel I Sim ian *s Christian is enjoying a neck vacation from his duties at the Mass Reformatory. A rehearsal of tile degree was hold Tuesday evening by Willow Rebokih lodge preparatory to the coming of the Brand Officers oil the 17th. Alias Mary Belangel submitted to a sucre af St. Elizabeth's ho bah r< turned home. Who r 're?) * I y 'fill operation lit a I,    Boston, ;rd I). ZOt I I parents on Park vi I* I .st thin* Mr. at I Mr: i; ( p p Brown are to ocenpi the hoise on Commonwealth ave. recently vacated by AV ter. George Ha • "it' finn. Who leis heel Maple I r ouse, has . of James Hutch in of Colcord June-i employed at th.* titered the employ Marlboro. plans to Gilmore, He i.n V o k, from re ii si later in Vin uh : »• mum about ti tm The yen jai dance t • Id Friday even cg ii The toll Four was not vert largely attended but an enjoyable time Was had by those present. Quite a few of the Concord Orang* I). Car * rs are planning to attend the meeting of the Middlesex Central Pomona, I which will be held in Waltham Mon* day, th.* 17th, AV. O. Afront moved the furniture of Rev. Arthur Bradford Pnplneau to his summer residence at the Sadhur river tin* latter part of th** week. Airs. Lnnrl .Tok I non was Incapacitated during the week fly an attack of tho grip. She 1ms fully recovered and has resit rn ° cl her clerical duties at the store of AV. It. Case y Sons. Alma Poudrier, Water durned from a two week -'pi nee lier rn lee. Al IS Fluiron, r* tinned with lur r main for an < xtended i i> ' stay - Au: and is it Several Concord friends of MIMM Priscilla Wheeler and Hilda Ray* Mr and Mrs. Charles Noll spent. i mon( j t students at the Sargent achoo! several days last week in New York CuInbrjdge| are to attend the elhi* Albert Noll had charge of the Rexall [,j|j on to be given in the Arena FTI* ‘■toro during his brother’s absence. day evening. Marlboro lodge of odd Fe! "'.vs : 11 i ive I an in lit a* ion to alt* mi t Congregational church in North!."! > .turn it. which will be obse \ed Al ,iiorial Se : lay by the lod. I ' rh i; I turk" of Al ii ford « a ! 'ed on tr'n rub in th! cit y Sunday. A party consisting of Benjamin Derby, John Reilly, Atli bael Hayes an I Allison AVillis attended the performance of "Hello Rroadway” at the Colonia! theatre Thursday evening. TO TAKE PART IN FETE s J Th G. A. I t Iona I members of Isaac Davis post. will attend the Congrcga church Sunday, Alay JO, when WANT Butter i, 31 £ 5 lb Boxes Fine Vermont Butter    $1.65 Sugar, rpo'sr 58c With ft purchase of 50c or more exclusive of sugar SOAP, Lenox...................................7    bars    24c COFFEE, Best Santos, pound  ...................23c COFFEE, Strictly High Grade, 10c value..............33c RAISINS, Fancy Seeded, 12 cent value.................IOC LARD, Swift’s Pure, pound.......................12    12c TOMATOES Extra Quality 3 Largo (’ans................25c RICE-Best Japan pound................................7c COCOA- Hersheys 1-2 pound can........  IGC APRICOTS, Best Evapoiated, pound..................14C PEAS, Early June deans..............................25c TEA-Choice Oolong 50c value........................35c TEA, Orange Pekoe or Ceylon, 75c quality..............49c JAMS, Raspberry and Apple,quart jars..................25c TUNA FISH-Large cans .............................22c" EVAPORATED APPLE, Choice quality, 15c value IIC KETCHUP, Blue Label, 23c value.................... 19c Bakery Department CRULLERS, Wednesdays and Saturdays, per doz 15c the pastor. Rev. Frederick X. Rotan, v in preach at their memorial service. Friends in town of Michael ('ratty of Rockville, rom)., will la* pleased to learn that lie has been reappointed to anotivr term of two years as chairman of tho Barb: rs’ commission of ('(>nn*e* icat. Tim Tigers devoured Wilder’s Lambs in a game of baseball at the Bancroft playgrounds Saturday afternoon by a score of 11 to 2. Batteries —Morrell and Kierstead for tho Tig ors; McCarthy and Wildor. Nuff cod Several overseers of to make an automobile I obit., R. I. Saturday, outing of the Woolen Bio mill plan trip to Rocky to attend an and Worsted Overseers association, which is held at that popular resort. to bi THE BEST PROVES if GLASSES Save your eyes aud your nervous energy and come to one who knows LOUKS PEEL, Registered Optometrist Maynard, Naylor’s BIock GLASSES A1 a meeting of Old Concord chap ter, D. A. R., at the Chapter house in Concord Saturday afternoon tho following local members were in attendance:    Mrs. James It. Bent, Airs. Helen Bent Curtis, Airs. O. S. Fowler, Mrs. A. I-. Morse, Mrs. Alfred Alc Cleary and Mrs. A. T. Haynes. Dr. E. Ta Salmon, who lins been attending John Bradley of South Acton for blood poisoning, ordered his removal to tile Alass. General hospital Thursday, where he was taken in the auto of James J. Ledgard. Friday Ii is right arm was amputated just above the wrist. Although Mr. Bradley is well along iii years, his constitution withstood th** operation excellently. The Concord district of tho Alass. association of Sunday schools iii!! hold its annual convention in Trinity church, Concord, Thursday, May ll, wit Ii sessions in the morning, afternoon and evening, for which an attract iii* program will appear later. A. Morrill Osgood, pastor of the Methodist Episcopal church, will he in charge. un the QI*AU I V wins th and supplies that hav I >id you uhes, oils or grease.-? Hardly! Tie* lacing team manager know; race and will use ONLY those tires Hoven reputations. N < >I Ii life and t he life of vour car is endangered when ut) re] ia h I * mail order implies are used— so why not play safe a tic! >e on the safe side by using ll Kl'UTA BLK (J OOHS-..OL KS? When service is considered, our Tires, Tubes, Supplies and act ■ssories are by far the cheapest. Try us and he convinced. WHITE’S GARAGE, P. W. WHITE, Proprietor.    I    Main    Stree Telephone Concord 150. CONUOKL), MASS. » 4 £ ♦ * (Special to The Enterprise APPLETON, Wis., May ll, 1918.— Miss Janet Lee Dunning, daughter of Rev Robert w£ik^ addressed the.    ^    inning,    Concord,    MMS.. lias been chosen to tako port la tbs annual May feth at Lawttucs sonata, \ppleton. Wis.,. where she Is a atu* dent. The festival is to be held oft tlx- college campus on the afternoon John ll Clement, who fur five yearn of May 21. The dances will follow past Ins bo"n guard at Hie Prison the crowning of tho May Queen, the camp in Rutland, has been transferred most popular girl in the senior **l|jg t( the Mass. Reformatory, beginning Miss Dunning will participate in a Tib his duties last week.    rental dance, to be done in costume, members of the Middlesex North Pomona Grange In Low. ll Friday. He spoke on "Reformatory Methods in Massachusetts, ” I I John A. Finigan Auctioneer Concord .... Mass. Telephone 252-4 “    191-2 Auction Room Walden Hall, 21 Main St. Watch This Space for Auction Sales : INTACT J CI (Al c A New Line of Press Cut Glass Cheaper than cut glas< and very desirable from a price -I and poi ut. -lust note a few prices— Bon Bon Dishes............................. 50c Lunch ' Sets....... .    .     $1.00 Sherbet Glasses ................. 1-2    dozen    $1.00 Water S ets.................................$3.00 And many other articles at correspondingly low prices. Geo. H. Gutteridge Jeweler 7 Nason Street Maynard rn "rn Plumbing and Heating Agents for the Glenwood Stoves and Ranges A few good second hand Cook Stoves in good condition for Sale TOWNSEND, the Plumber Main and Nason Sts., 2 stores Maynard ►♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦Of♦♦♦♦♦♦