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   Acton Enterprise (Newspaper) - June 9, 1915, Acton, Massachusetts                                Randall Whlttler has purchased a new Overland Rlngllng circus will be in Lowell June and James Thompson of South are being congratulated up on the birth of a The local firemen were called out Saturday for what proved to be only a brush and Stephen Whlttaker of Pawtucket have been spending the past week with Main Susan Kenrlck has left her home on South to live with her Mary at Chase enjoying a vacation from his duties at Blakes drug John Myers of formerly of this is substituting at the drug store during his The grammar school graduation take place Friday the Miss Frances Kclley has the valedictory and Miss Catherine Kelley will have the Murray Thompson will also The names of the graduates will be published In the next Hugh McAlpin Generalissimo of Cambridge Knight visited Louis Ora Willis spent Sunday with In William Smiley has sold his Ford which he had about a to Littlefleld of Moore and son are laying the new foundation for the new house of Samuel Cards were received during the week of the tenth wedding anniver sary of and Kennedy at their new June from S to 10 Hall factory started work last week at which gives their employes Saturday afternoon for re This schedule will contin ue through the WfLL BE CANDIDATE Immanuel Pfeiffer of this town now serving his second term in the has decided to be a candidate for He is a Republican and has become one of the leading members of the House by his work on the committee on railroads and In behalf of measures for the better ment of agricultural HU Interest in the latter direction was recognized when he was made presi dent of an organization of legislators formed for the purpose of looking af ter the interests of the farmer when milk legislation is LARGE ATTENDANCE Meets With Martin Wood for Annual Social The held its annual so cial at the home of Martin Wood Thursday There was P large attendance of members and the society having gained seven new The gave an account of the visit of a delega tion of members to Llewsac lodge at where the order gives a home to worthy working women who have no home at a low cost fpr The union is helping in flower mis sion work in connection with the Francos Willard and also sends fruit and other things to the same Recently the former Clam was made an honorary life member of the and a letter was read by Miss Nellie Wetherbee from Nash express ing hnr thanks for the honor given as was a great surprise to The members thought that after 24 years of temperance work Nash deservnd An account of the county convention at Framlngham was given by Miss Fletcher and oth after which a fine lunch was served and a pleasant social hour en and Joseph Perry were recent guests of relatives In Percy Annett was taken to the hosplta where he submitted to an Daniel who has fteen quite ill during the is conval Everett Sheridan Is enjoying a two weeks vacation with nis grandpar ents in Crowell of Swampscott spent several days of the week with her Mary John Gibbons has accepted a post tion in the storehouse of the Ameri can Woolen for the chemist of the Amer ican Woolen Boston was in town on business during the Miss Elizabeth Connors of South boro was a week end guest of and John Glendale Harlow Green and family have moved from Parker and have occupied a house on Pleas ant Arthur Coughlan has tendered his resignation as The se lectmen will appoint his successor at an early Miss Beatrice Sunderland was a member of an party which enjoyed a week end visit In Provl Irving Dart was on an enforced va cation from his clerical duties at the several days of the week as a result of SIDNEY 71 MAIN MAYNARD Quality Groceries THE KIND YOU WANT 31 Fine Creamery c Ib QUAKER OATS Family 25c value 21c Best Pure pound 12 l2c Solid Pack 3 large cans 25c Raspberry Libby s finest 25cvallll 19C Fancy New York State 12c Best Santos 23C High Fancy Blend 29C Lenox 5 bars 18c Absolutely 18c value 15C Best Evaporated 14C Choice 50c value 35C Orange Pekoe or 75c quality 49C Early June 3 cans 25C Fancy 12c value IOC Dutch Cleanser 3 cans 25c Fancy Oregon pound IOC Evaporated value I2c Ginger Strictly pound 8C lk8t 10 pounds Saturday Francis who has been In capacitated for some time with an all ment of the left arm is being treated at a Boston Miss Florence who has been sojourning with Miss Doris Kitchin in South for the pas has Miss Margaret Fletcher and broth or John of Maiden were recen guests of their Margare Ryan and Miss Mary The residence of Laura Wood Great is resplendent In fresh coat of Contractor Jere Francis and Miss Alice Nagle spent the week end with relatives In and Blanchard Weavei have moved from Nason and have occupied a house In The rain Interrupted the picnic ot the Socialist which WHS tlua to be held at Vose pond Herbert Salisbury is an in mate of the Homeopathic where she is to suniblt to an The junior and senior classes of thu high schocj will replete school year The grades vill finish one week At a meeting of the Ladies auxil Monday two candidates were admitted to member and Morse ami Mr ind Brooks Heed enjoyed a per formance of the opera in Uoston Frl day Miss Sara who loaches phy sical cullure at the Syracuse Pnivor has conclude her school year and is home with hoi and Shaw for the summer formerly o this who now resides In Dfil spent several days of the woel with and Simmer Rogers niv Hclen Bent The members of the Twilight clu opened their collage for tio seaso al Lake Boon Kdward Loi Ihe clubs famous pr pared one of his justly famous din Eden Tobin at a business moo ing of the club was elected to men 62c The moving picture show held un der the auspices of the Ladies auxil in Naylor hall Wednes was greeted by an exceptionally largo Edward Wooldredgo was a week end visitor in Wool dredgo and son who have been sojourning there for the pasl re lurned home with him Sunday even Strout moved furniture owned by Miss Elizabeth Mobba of Somer vllle to town Sheis to make her residence with Miss Nellie and John Miss Minnie Casey concluded her work in the sewing department at the mill Saturday and left Sunday to ac cept a position in Rutland for the The Scandinavian club is erecting uottage at Fort Maynard lias purchased an utotnobile for his fish Miss Ella Hanson Is working In the IHce of the United Shoe Machine y The jitney bus operated by Her nan Collette Is getting a number Marlboro of had a neeting last nighty but transacted nily routine proprietor of the Lin oln has purchased a pair if horses at Gasolene jumped a cent a gallon making the wholesale rice 14 instead of 13 Leary and Horace Jandrue ire passing the week at vliere they are engaged in Thomas King Sunday in Franklin spent John Peroni visited friends lii town Miss Mary Hartiiett Is the guest of Charles George Whitney has purchased a ew ilodge touring Sunday work and night shifts utlll prevail at thn Boston Harness fac and Winslow Russell or Hartford visited relatives in town Dearborn lias returned to her home on Davis after a visit o her daughters home in Miss Annie Quirko was away from her duties at the Allen store yesterday on account of her sisterh Martha Lakeside nas returned from Quincy where she has passed the greater part of the winter and Miss Dorothy Emerson ol Lynn uas been entertained by Miss Malr Leighton at her home on Chestnut sL the past few The Ladies Circle of the Univer sallst church will hold a business meeting in the church parlor tomor row afternoon at The seventh and eighth grades of the Pleasant to nether with their have gone on a trip to Concord Conductor George who has been working on the Marlboro branch of the New Haven has been transferred to Miss Ruth Hiiepard attended the TuftsTrinity baseball game Suturdaj Friends of Herbert Bass were gorrv to hear of the death of his motHerin Weymouth Winslow Damon has been drawi on jury being impanelled day for the first Moil The Kales club of WaUham enter tained the first grade boys of the Re formatory Sunday OOrady Has returned home from Ihe Deaconess hospita much improved in Wendell and Leslie Ford of Allston spent last week as the guests of Mr and Justin Misses Ruth and Mary Damon at tended the Freshman Jubilee at Har vard college last The monthly meeting of the Hoi Name society was held in Help o Christians church Sunday Stuart Farquhar is much improved in health after his recent accident and is able to walk without Miss Rose Wallace was a and William Connors In ridge over the McGrath have purchased Ive passenger 1916 Olverland ar from Torrey The play which was being rehea jy members of Bernards On las been Indefinitely Middlesex school has closed for Ihe summer graduation exercises taking place U and Granville Holden n Marlboro where went to attend the wedding Of friend in Ihe former home Lester Jewett of Concord JttMp lion lias purchased a new 1916 Overland louring car from Torreylsff Al Bernards church Sunday banns of marriage were published the first time between John ibis town and Miss Daisy Murphy oft Gospel meetings will be held at thei Methodist Episcopal church Sunday afternoon at 4 oclock and be in charge of the Uergereen and Several from here attended the cital given by the pupils of ter which took place Association hall Monday berl Smith of who esses a fine baritone greatly enjoyed as was the work of the and Raymond Blodgett left Tuesday for where they will spend a fortnight with nd Percy formerly of lis A mooting is to be hold Thursday June in town hull to ex lain the work of the American Rod Miss Kntherino lxring will be tin A large delegation is ex ected to be present from this sec A A slipping or grabbing clutch not alone eliminates the t pleasure of motoring but it is also positively dangerous for it might causf disaster on a crossing or a Sore transmission transmission neod prompt attention if you wish to avoid the cost of u new whole For clutch cone or disc repairing of any expert transmission couldnt come to a better place than have the equipment and MECHANICS that insure Al work at moderate Try GLASSES Save your and your nervous energy and come to one who knowH UHJIS ReilsUied Optometrist Bloat GLASSES Tho lunch cart of Adelbert Martin has heon moved from Its former sile next to the tailoring establishment of Sullivan and tho genial Dol can be found at the new location next to the At the meeting of Grange on Tuesday evening there will bo a mu Blcal Tho committee In cludes Percy Mlssos Ruby Kessle Law Agnes Mahoney and Marcella Alex an operative in the carding of the mot witji a painful Injury when the first finger of the left hand was caught In a lacerating it so bad ly that It had to be amputated at the first Daniel Goodenow per formed the Bart who was seriously Injured while at his work as foreman of the pipers of tho smokeless pow der works by Inhaling the acid fumes has so far recovered from the effects us to be able to leave the Deaconess and will recuperate several weeks prior to resuming his WHITES J 1 Main Street I Telephone Concord Auction Sale of Real Estate in June at I will sell for a Cottage House con taining 6 rooms and a lot of land of about Situated on tho corner of Orove Street and Barrett Mill only hreo minutes walk tron tho Massachusetts Reformatory and Railroad The is in very good repair and has JJ pantry and uath on first floor and A chambers on the second with large closet in each It is papered and IIUH n nice drj cellar nil town electric lights and telephone if This Cottage is in one of the host neighborhoods in this section of the town shaded by large and near churches and which makes it a very pleasant and convenient place for n homeor safe in The land will he divided in 4 lots of about NfiOO square feet in each lot ami sold Thin is also a safe investment for anyone wishing to build in one of the best neighborhoods in I wish to say to anyone interested in thin that it will be sold regard less of any cost or value and the terms will be made favorable to any Do not fail to attend the Bale at June and buy in a fast growing For any further information in quiro of the Owner or Pet order of John TELEPHONE 252M Miss formerly secre tary of the branch of the Na tional Red Cross la to give an address on the Red Cross work Thursday evening at 8 in the town Everyone Is urged to come and hear of the wonderful which Ihis society is ly in the war It was a very small which turned oul to the en by George Coleman of came to Concord for the purpOM 0 addressing the members of the CiyiO league on mailers of interest to the townspeople in The ing was held in Eaton hall and it much regretted that more could have been They will never Graduate from the High School Again Remember Your Graduate Friend with something that will last and be a con tinued reminder of the Happy Watches Watch Bracelets Pendants Bracelets Fountain Pens Rings Tie Pins in great variety at prices that are within easy reach of your Bracelet Watch with Waltham Gutteridge Watchmaker and Jeweler 7 Nason Street Maynard If m w PYROX The Ideal Bug Exterminator UHC it and prevent blight and improve the quantity of lie It is an ideal medium to use in the raising of as it j niils the healthy development of the potato assisting the potato to uiuke its growth as nearly perfect us possible through the increased absorption of carbon from the atmosphere and the greater secretion ol ehlorophyl Try Pyrox Try Pyrox the Piumbei Main and Naion 2 storei Maynard   

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