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Acton Enterprise (Newspaper) - June 16, 1915, Acton, Massachusetts 1 11 I P l WEST ACTON Bessie Owens is the new em ploye at the Rudolph entertained rel atlves from New Jersey last Holt visited a few days of the week with relatives in Somer The schools in this village will for the summer va BEDFORD i The artillery are camping out the Oakland MAYNARD at and Chase have re turned from their William Ployart has purchased a new Indian Charles Shattuck of Wakefield vis ited friends in town Joseph Madden of Roxbury vis ited friends In Bedford Durkee sold some fine mack erel last all of which were quickly disposed h Charles Schnair is brightening up appearance of Taskers i wfh a new coat of Miss Florence Murray has com pletely recovered from her recent ac F 4 Miss Eniily Chrlstehsen was the guest of Miss Anna ODowd Satur Nollle Newton of Hudson vis ited several days of tho week with M her The barrel shop of Fessendcn started making barrels last j with George Rockwood in Harold Richardson of Harvard and Fred Pierce of the dental college are at home for the summer Cutler of Bedford Agnes Kelley of Roxbury was the of Miss Ella McKce has accepted a position in the Concord National The 1st Corps Cadets of the camped out at Billerica Centre over tho week A number of young pepple attended and a party given at the homo of Miss Ethel Reed of Fitch1 Anna Canlett Friday burg were in town calling on Godlng and wife of Jackson and Godings mother of Hudson spent the day Thursday at the home of Alexander a student at tho L Institute of came home the latter part the week for the Bummer vacation and will start work for the summer in Frank Chapman of Acton Centre has a new 1915 Overland auto with his family is often seen rolling through this The annual Sunday school picnic of the Church of Christ will be held at Rlverhurst June The Boys club of 2G members is going to Franklin park for an puting will accom pany George Badger is enjoying a two weeks vacation from his duties with the American Express at Lexing After returning from his va Badger will take charge of the Hudson Express 71 MAIN MAYNARD j h T i r t i t THE KIND YOU WANT Creamery OATS Family 25c value 21c f Best 12 12O Best 14C P Fancy 12c Fancy New York 12C bars Absolutely 18c xSest IOC 18c 15C High Fancy Blend 23C 290 i Early June 15c i Choice 50c value Orange Pekoe or 75c quality 3 cans 25c L Raspberry Libbys finest 25C value 19C Regular 2oc 20C IOC a Solid large cans 25c M Vanilla Burnetts jb f Best Granulated 10 pounds Saturday i I it SHOES I everything or anything in the way of Mens Shoes can find Bhelf room in this Shoe Store i e pffdr our Men Patrons different and bettor Shoes Were noted for selling Better when we say Bet ter we mean Shoes of the choicest the newest and the most skillful n Mf r L 1E dVi f l 1 I 1S1 IT jHf rwv L t te II Shoes to meet every Mans special or aii High or Low Bright or new Tan The seasons new Cloth Top the new plain toes with broad shank and low to Bftter again lay Better Valuei 9 f i i VI iV 1 Jesse Dunnell of t Amherst was a week end guest of and MAYNARD Philip Dwlnell IUIH accepted a posi tion in i the finishing department of the and Benjamin Brown were Sunday guests of relatives ii MARLBORO TJiomus South visited Nulmnt CONCORD CONC Stock taking will occur at the O1 Keetu factory this Miss Mabel Cuthbcrt is quite ill ai her home on Front and Ward Jones visited Cambridge relatives over the week Jane Lelthead of Stoughtoa spent the week end with and David Walter Walnut purchased an Overland has Miss Cora Pennlman of Peaboiy was a guest at Thor oau over Smith Owen Dexter is to take j a party of 11 or 12 Boy Scouts on a camping trip up the river Miss Dorothea Shute was the week end gueit 6t 0 Thomas Ryan to Norwood Friday her h Miss Juliette who has Miss Celia OToole is to leave thisbeen teachnK in week for an extended visit in New Orrrii HUMS and wero visitors in Boston yester Plane your orders early for fire works for tho He is to have a splendid line nt all pric es for the Miss Rachael Damon ed her freshman year lege and has returned nom Is home for the summer Charles Pea so has from the Frost liouso on Church to Short Susan Sheehan spent the week ond at Lnkfi Boon as a guest of Mary Dolan of Hudson Josephine Paine of Harwich was a guest of hor during the iss Delia OToole was home from Worcester the latter part of the week to visit her Jennie Grant VHPVHi Earle Brooks of the Georgi is spending a 25 day furlough with his and Waltham Edmund Hooper is enjoying a two weeks vacation from his duties as bookkeeper with the White Dental Supply of and Ralph Case will open their cottage at Lake Boon for the summer where they expect 4 to reside during tho hot Henry 8 Arthur who was operated upon for ap pendicitis at the General hos has returned home and is con Misses Margaret Cratty and Laura who have been sojourning with and William havo returned to their home in Rock h Harold is visiting his and John Ho has three more months to serve before his four years term of enlistment will be Raymond Hnmlln was home Satur day and following a two weeks business trip through north M cm June IK tho date ant for tho annual outing Iho junior and sophomore classes of tlio high They will go to Lake Miss Cecilia OToolo is to leave this tained at the home of Miss Minnie Doherty In Worcester The latter is a former teacher in tho high school of this Miss Mary operator nt Ibn Ulophono began her annual vacation Highland spent Sunday in where he attontlud Hurry Alasnu has fintehcd his work at Clark University for Iho year and has to this A gala time is in store for the mem bers of Mlzpah Rebekah lodge Thurs day when they will hold an initiation at which the Miss colm and suite of Hudson arc ex pected to be An early sup per will be served at 7 Strout lias the contract for the transportation by Auto truck of about 100 peoplefrom here to Fitch burg and return June Members of tho Kinuish National band and friends will attend tho annual musical competition hot ween tho bands of tho custom temperance soci Miss Sylvia Jackson is recoverlnt from an attack of acute indigestion at her homo on East Main Nina Brown and are visiting Leon Spar hawk at her home in Miss Bessie Hubbarrl has returned from a camping trip In Now Schools close Friday mer 1 r iTV Edward Brnnnnn was unable to be the Stevens bicycle which The monthly meeting of IM Sodality of Help of ChrliUanif XLA he is Friday on account 01 was Tuesday evenlng Colin Stone of the Junction re smnod her work Monday as boolc koopor at the Slovens store after a weeks The annual meeting of the stock holders of the Concord Canoe club will be held at the club house Friday The ball game in Newton 1 i attracted quite a number of n m Junction Winslow Damon has from jury duty ENTERTAINED BOY FRII W Several of tho gardners have start ed picking strawberries this week and a fnw warm days will see Langdpn Goddard ente number of his boy frlendi afternoon at his home oh George who is playing with Collins orchestra in will sing in a church choir there bumper crop being Tho supper to havo boon held to night at tho Hniversaiist church has been Tho date will be an nounced b If you cannot decide on a wodding gift and something which will bo sure to read the of the Stevens Flower Shop in an othor Miller and who havo boon visiting John have returned to their home In David Potter returned to games Friday after a few days at his homo Ho will be employed In Amherst during the It was the occasion of hUfrl a i and a1 the plans of the aftern arranged by him personally time was pleasantly spent mttofyW refreshments TO HOLD ANNUAL MEBTI Miss Beatricn Bcvens concluded hor services In tho Fileno store Sat urday night gono to New she has secured i Edward Cough Arthur Baritcau and James Ledgard were an automobile party who witnessed the DetroitBoston r game at Fenway park Thursday af 4 Tree Warden William Bishop at tended tho annual dinner of Lowell chapter of the Telephone Tel egraph society of New which was held in Lincoln Wed nesday Miss Mary Suence Is home from Springfield to visit her and William prior to go ing to Falmouth the latter part of the where she has a position for tho I Mike while at his work In the mill Wednesday re ceived a painful Injury to the left foot when a GO pound gear fell upon severing an He was taksn to the office of Daniel who made him Michael a night opera tor In the wet finishing department of tho received a bad burn on his right arm Wednesday night by com ing in eontact with a steam Daniel Good enow dressed the injured arm Tlie annual picnic of the members of Trintty parish took place at Lake Waldon The usual including bathing aud were indulged in and a basket lunch par taken The annual meeting of r Improvement society will day evening in West Officers will be ciecj reports of commiteee acted The membership of the no means as large as and it Is to be hoped that a largip her of new members will The officers L are desirous of i ested in itsworfe H They will never Graduate from the High School Again Remember Your Graduate IFriend with something that will last and be a con tinued reminder of the flappy m A slipping or grabbing clutch not tilono eliminates the pleasure of motoring but it is also positively dangerous for it might cause disaster on a crossing or a Sore transmission transmission need prompt attention if you wish to avoid the cost of a new whole For dutch cone or disc repairing of any expert transmission couldnt come to a better place than We have the equipment and MECHANICS that insure Al work at moderate Try Watches Bracelets Tie Pins m Watch Bracelets Fountain Pens in great variety at prices that are within easy reach of your Bracelet Watch with Waltham Works Gutteridge Watchmakernd Jeweler LI I J I I l I1 WHIT 9 7 Nason Street 1 Main Street Telephone Concord to Old by AUCtiOn11 The Ideal Bug Exterminator IN June at Four it and prevent blight and improve the quantity the account will be found Acton columns of this 9 t Twill soil for tho Concord National Bank ONEHALF ACUK LAND AND situated on Lexington Koud near Merriame Red Aero farm was tho Mecca of 1 about 1 14 miles from the Centre of This property horse lovers from this town Saturday Lvft8 known an the EAST QUARTER DISTRICT aod when they enjoyed the excellent pro1 the building was remodeled a few years ago into a very convenient eight gram provided at the 12th annual room It ia bounded on the east and west by land of Held day and A full Thomas Burke and on tho aouth by the On thu firat in tho South I floor of tho house ia a largo living dining parlor pantry kit chen and hall tho second floor has 4 largo chambers bath and There w also a largo and John Flood and j The house is papered and in good It was well built and Cora Hartweffof Boxboro will I IB covered by i slated lafgoveranda facingsouth giving an I uninterrupted view of the otiWliiding It is shaded by large maple and pine and is a very pleasant location for a country The house is wired for electric it has town water and the mail is delivered by Pree school barge for It is an ex cellent location for a wayside store as H great many automobiles trav over this state It is only ten minutes walk to electric cars aaidis within walking distance of library and railroad Sale rain or Cash at time of sale ami the bar It is an iiloul medium to use in the raising of uidsUie hciilthy development of the potato aviating the potato to make its growth us nearly perfect an possible thrpUgUf tlit1 increased absorption of carbon from the atmosphere the greater secrttion of chlorophyl Try Pyrox Try Pyrox M Miss leave for where they will attend commence ment exercises at Dartmouth They will be In attendance at the ex erjolafes when Hart well Flood will following a four years col lege to spend the Main and Nason StsM 2 stores Maynard r 9 y vTMMiVJ 614 Save yourjeyea and your nervous energy and coiwe io o Instead of coming home the vacation with her 15 days after he Miss Anna OToolftvWbo hu teen A K I LOUIS jVf whool in the will re Ukt order of CONCORD NATIONAL Mass V P I it Wfeai i M r i ass t j f li i T I V V LV i j i SSjttWi n j n fc I n r f I
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