Share Page

Acton Enterprise: Wednesday, October 20, 1915 - Page 1

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   Acton Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 20, 1915, Acton, Massachusetts                                 /'IT*:-  m *  'JCI  ENTERPRl  VOLUME XXVIII  -4c P»JE]R COPY  WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER, ao, L01C.  2STO  WEST ACTON  SOUTH SUDBURY  Thomas Dcvako spent Sunday with Waltham friends.  Mrs. Chaa. Bradford of Shirley visited relativesTiere several days of the week.  Miss Ruth Harrington spent Sunday at her home in Lunenburg.  Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Deaouza are the parents of a baby daughter.  Webster Blanchard is driving a now Overland roadster of 1910 design.  The barrel shop has done a rushing trade the past two weeks with apple j barrels.    j  Frank Priest is building a large ga-. rage at the farm of A. ll. Saddler in Roxboro.  Quite a number from this village attended the fair at Fitchburg last week.  Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Herrick of Salem were Sunday guests at the home of S. J. Foster.  Miss Lena G. Mackay was a visitor at the home of J. E, Richardson a few days last week.  . .Frank Man sir and Mrs. Mansir spent the week end at the home of their daughter in Norwell.  Mrs. Mary I. Richardson is spending the week at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Clara Blake at Bridgeport, Conn.  The hunters were out in good numbers the past week after squirrels. | partridges and pheasants, the law being off on such game Oct. 12.  MAYNARD  Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Rogers have been enjoying a visit from Boston friends recently.  George K. Tulia, who has improved in health, was with his friends here Sunday.  Theodore Baldwin, who lins secured ] a position at Bonnie Brook farm, has moved into the house formerly ecru-j pied by Mr Darling, who has gone to Cambridge.  MAYNARD  MARLBORO  TROUBLE LOCATED  After a week’s digging the trouble J in tile pipe leading to Hie watering trough has at last been found and it is hoped that an ample supply of water will be running in a few days, There is some talk of moving tile supply trough a short distance west of its present position, tis it is in the center of Concord rd. and in the way of automobilists and others going cast or west. lf moved it will give a little better chance to turn out and make a safer and clearer sight for all traveling.  BENJ. F. MURRAY M.D  ti Beacon St., Boston  31 Main Street, Concord  Wednesday afternoon and evening an appointment  sidney e. McCleary  71 MAIN ST., MAYNARD  Quality Groceries  ALL WEEK SPECIALS  Butter  Creamery 30S  SUGAR, Best Granulated IO lbs. 53c  COFFEE, Best Santos......................23c    lb.  COCOA, Benadorfs 33c can..................29c  PASTRY FLOUR, select winter  wheat, bag  ...........................83c  PEACHES, large cans fine quality...........15c  PINEAPPLE, fancy Hawaiian 25c value ..19c  TEA, choice Oolong, 50 value ...............35c  TEA, Orange Pekoe or Ceylon 75clquality. .49c  COFFEE, highest grade .. ................lh.    33c  SALMON, fancy pink large flat cans 12c  PEAS, early June 3 cans.......................25c  SOAP, Welcome, 5 bars...................... 19c  HONEY, strictly pure,................. Bottle    15c  Ox Tongue, in glass jar 42c value............35c  TOMATOES, large cans solid pack 3 cans . .25c  BAKERY DEPARTMENT  BREAD, made from best materials, 3    loaves 25C  DOUGHNUTS, best ever, per    doz............12c  CRULLERS, Wed. and Sat. doz 15c  Ask for the Pony Votes with every purchase  Ladies' Boots  Our new Fall boots seem to have a smart up-to-date look seldom seen in a general line of shoes.  There are the new patent and dull lace boot with cloth tips and plain toes—very stylish  The button and lace boots, gun metal and kid on medium and low heel shapes.  The new sample styles of midnight blue and white stitched gip^y boot. All this FalFs new styles.  While our ladies boots are the latest models we have priced them in reach of all.  $2, 2.50, $3, 3.50, $4, $4.50 and $5  P. H. Murphy  Maynard, Maas  rn  JI  Mrs. Albprttt Taylor is enjoying a visit with relatives in Wakefield. ^ Miss Gladys Moore spent the weekend with relatives in Marlboro.  Samuel Townsend of Brockton visited friends In town during the week.  Mrs. William Heffernan was a recruit visitor of relatives in Worcester and North Brookfield.  John Carey spent the early part of the week visiting relatives in Lawrence.  Two applications for membership will he received at, Hie next meeting of Div. ll, A. Ch IL, Nev. 12.  Mr. and Mrs. James O'Neill of Rom-entitle were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rd ward Beading during tho week.  Mr, and Mrs. Alvin Smith of Marlboro Visited the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John K. Smith, Sunday.  Miss Kosella Wall of Marlboro visited lier sister, Mrs. Frank S. Kearns, tim latter part of the week.  Mrs. Thomas Holliday of North Vassalboro, Mo., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Morse.  Mrs. William Newton and son William of Fitchburg were rerent guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Callahan.  Clifford Cheney, who is employed as wool sorter In Lawrence, spent the week end in town.  Mr. and Mrs. William Dowd have moved from McKinley st. and have oc-cupied a house on Maple st.  Mrs. Daniel Dwyer, Pine st., returned Saturday from a several days’ stay with relatives in Nashua, N, TI.  Mr. and Mrs. Chester Downey have taken up their residence in Marlboro, where the former has secured employment.  Miss Grace Barnes of Gilbertville visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Barnes. Waltham st., several days of the week.  Frank Dunham has fully recovered from his recent attack of pleuro-pneu-monia and resumed his work in Littleton Monday.  Miss Grace Leonard has concluded her work in the sewing department at the mill and left Friday to accept a similar position in Franklin.  D. G. Cb Alfred E. Oikle and suite of Harmony lodge, K. of P. of Ayer will make an official visit to Progressive lodge, K. of P., next Wednesday evening.  Mr. and Mrs. George A. Kennedy entertained Mr. Kennedy’s sister, Miss Mary Kennedy, and Miss Eldrodgo of Plymouth at their home on Brown st over lite week end.  Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wright and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jackson were an automobile party wTio visited friends in Gilbertville over the week end.  Mizpah Rebekah lodge will enjoy an entertainment prepared by members of the society following their meeting Thursday evening, Ort. 28.  Mrs. John McCarthy of Gilbertville and Mrs. Frank McCarthy of Somerville were entertained during the week by Mr. and Mrs. William Heffernan, Mrs. Stephen Benton and son Alfred of Millbury, and Mrs. Eugene Wliliney and son William of Weston wore recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Keene.  A theatre party comprising Misses Helen Coughlin, Maybolle and Nora Lnwney, Beatrice Callahan, Marguerite McCormack and Mildred Morgan are to witness a performance of “Experience” in Boston this Wednesday evening.  Mrs. O. S. Fowler attended the convention of the Daughters of the American Revolution in Greenfield Friday and Saturday as a guest of Old Concord Chapter, D. A. R.  Mrs. James Sheridan, Sudbury st., was confined to lier home during the week by an attack of blood poisoning. An infection from an abrasion of the left foot was the cause.  J. Glickman of the American Supply Co., doing business on Nason st., is to open another store in Marlboro this week. Tile Marlboro addition will lie a ladies’ and misses’ clothing store.  Fallen leaves delayed traffic on the Concord, Maynard & Hudson street railway during the week. When they are on tin* rails it makes it very hard for the motorman to either stop or start tile car as the rails are then in a very slippery condition.  Carl Marsh, who is a student at Tufts college, Medford, renewed acquaintances in town over the week end. While here he was the guest of 'Mr. and Mrs. A. Z. Lloyd.  Miss Ida, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fields, who has been at the Mass. General hospital In Boston for the past seven weeks, returned home  latt Thursday.  Deputy Chief John Connors resumed his duties Monday morning o' ‘cr a ten days’ vacation.  Mrs. Laura Bower was a week end guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Merlin in Lawrence.  Mrs. Daniel Good* now returned ! from a visit with relatives in Hanover. N. IL, Thursday.  William Jones, jr., returm d home Saturday after a two weeks’ stay in North Adams.  Mr. and Mrs. William Jones spent several days of the week With relatives In North Adams.  Miss liaise! Hunting of Fitchburg was entertained during the week by Mr. .and Mrs. A. 7. Lloyd.  William Crafty of Rockville, Conn., was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. William ii. Scully during the week.  Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Parkin announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Mary Parkin, to Rev. Henry A. Welday of Newell, W  Mr. and Mrs. Peter Waldron and Mrs. Robert White took advantage of  (  the excursion rates to visit North Adams over the week end.  Charles Dawson of Beverly re- , ne wed acquaintances in town during the week. He was a guest of his broth*  - r Arthur while here.  Michael Hannignn and family moved to New Haven, Conn., Thursday. He was Hie buHder of the Sudbury st. bridge and had occupied a house on Harriman et.  Mrs. James Sykes .and son Elmer j and Miss Ada Vivif of Rockville,! Conn., who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Toop, returned horn** the latter part of tho week.  Mrs. Grace Stuekert left Saturday j for Worcester to join an automobile party of relatives and enjoyed aj trip to Newport, R. I., over the week end.  Friends in town if Frank and Har- j ry Prue will be sorry to learn of tile I death of their father, Michael Plate, who died at his home in North Brookfield Thursday. Mr and Mrs. Frank Prue and family and Harry Prue left Thursday afternoon to attend the funeral.  Miss Agnes Richardson entertained Joe Sherman of the Athletics during the week. Mr. Sherman is ti product of the Mass. Agricultural college and after being signed by Mack was sent to Jersey City, WU ere he put up a splendid record, anti was recalled by tin 1  Philadelphia management tit the close of the International league season.  Harry Campbell har. returned from i lev days’ visit in Grafton,  Mrs, Freeman Craig is very ill at lier home on Hill st.  Mrs. <). G Wheeler, Winthrop st., is visiting friends in Lowell.  Miss Nellie English of Brockton is a guest ol Miss Mac Purcell, Elm st.  Gordon lh rn  city after a WI'' in Natick.  has returned to this k spent with relatives  Mrs. E. ii. last terday  Clow  was  W ill)  able  was tit ken to Im out  Mrs. Eleanor Starbird East Main st., is on a six weeks’ visit to Buffalo, N. Y.  I U IU KL)  CONCORD iUNCTION  , is now Hied or,  .■.linn  Mrs. Henry Brigham, East Main st,, is visiting friends in Worcester for a few da vs.  Mrs. Frank Proctor, who lias been  It ite iii ut lier home on Lakeside ave. is (onvalescing.  Thomas Lepage is constructing a piazza on the Churchill residence on Witherbee : I.  Miss Grace Farrell, who has been upending the summer at Oak Bluffs, has returned to this city.  Tile Cubed Electric Co. is installing electrical apparatus into the S. O. Chase barn, Hudson.  The anti suffrage speakers, who appl ared at rallies here yesterday dined at tile New Gleason House.  Captain and Mrs. A, I’ Meyers of Malden (Missed Sunday "itll Mr. and .Mrs. Charles ii. Melville.  Miss Nellie Underwood, who lias hoi ii seriously ill at lier home on Highland st., is slowly con'ales* ing.  Mrs. Clara Williams has leased the Kenney farm on Hie Boston rd , which was recently purchased by A. Ii. Foster.  John Ullin hart, v e ni Wa)(ham, e : •     1  Friday.  Mi V r\ Mule ahey. who lias hee l at Un i s ac uness hospital, is repot' cd a con valcncing.  Mi ti vi Smith was operated up on dtiriui ii:-- week at the Hcaeoncs!,  hon) -.ll or appt nclictt h  Mr ■ ,i'ii and family of Lowell  w<*rc i *Ti j. n cl at ilie- nome o: J, VA. Ka>n hi, ll abb.I rd s.,, Sunday.  M    r\ Hunt, Thoreau al,, it;  Im vin;’ i two week:.' vacation from let' dip 1  iii Chase A .Sanborn’*, Boston.  Til. Ladle ' Missionary circle cd' lite Montanan church will hold its  i' paint mooting Thursday afternoon at 2.  Harry Rider cif i.ineoln ha-; copei tided in duties as clerk in the rank E < ii tier r grocery and his place  * a been taken by Frank Ross.  Wii.iam Clark ti uuu-d hi: duties in th IL S. ll '-im ' m pharm ae J Monday after ti thr e- day ' absence  -ll! ae I Clint cl illne ...  Povcril Peterson leaves Thursday oil a tnj, to California He- e xpects to I’" gen,- ti month, making the trip out to tie wi ti rn coast via Canalla and re turning by way of Te xas.  The annual election of officers of  • >ncord Grunge will tai <■ place at the e xt me e t int . which will be held e ll Nov. 2.  Concord huntsmen think that th<*y will not do any very extensive' hunting in this vu inity this season, for the* greater part Ot the land lh f Ii is ncotion is being or lias been posted.  The M. V < . tfiends of Joe Sherman, who recently visited them 111 Concord, will be interested to know that on Friday lie attended the wedding of his friend, Chick Davis, in Peabody*.  Miss Louise Lyon* two week*’ vacation.  la enjoying a  'i'he hunter* of the.town have  very busy during the past week* Md seve ral have proved very lucky.  Robert Prentiss is wiring the house  formerly occupied by R. E. Peyton and family.  Miss Mary Jones of Utica, H. Y* was Hie recent guest of Mies Ells** bet h Snyder.  John Anderson is enjoying a fortnight's rest from his duties at the 8^ format cry.    _ .  Mrs Froel Baki*r has been the gueet of lie* slate r in Kennebunkport, Me* 'luring tile past week.  Fred Reed is enjoying a two weefluf vacation from bis duties at the Reformatory .  Miss Mary Boy Ian and Miss Sadie Bey!,'in spent the* week end with their fat fie*-. James Boylan.  Mrs. Arnold Lowery has returned home afte*r a few day*' stay with her mother, Mrs. G. T. Choate of Milton.  Concord Junction wa* well represent d at the suffrage parade In Boe-ton Saturday, both by marcher* Md spectators.  Mr. and Mts. London are receiving congratulations from their nuf fri* lids on the birth of twins, a boy and ti girl.  COOKING LECTURES  Mrs. Meagher is convalescing from a severe* attack of gall stones at the* home of lier daughter, Mrs. J. J. Bradley, Elm st.  RALLY IN TOWN HALL  Mrs. G. II. Mason and daughter  Clara of Greenwich are visiting Hie former's sister, Mrs. J. G. Pratt, Highland st.  Misses Emu a Byrne O I ion  ! ’.o! I of 1> reheater of Mr. and Mrs. Eve ( burel! st.. Sunday,  and w ere ri*tt  Surah gu ■ i s Angier,  Miss Elizabeth Connors of Canton has returned to her home in Canton after visiting lier cousin, Miss Ruth Cushman, Harrison pl.  A Republican rally is to he hohl in the town hall tonight and a special invitation tues been extended to the* women of Hie* town to be present. Tile* speaker will bi Hon Calvin Coolidge, candidate* l'°r B'Utetiani governor; 11 * 'it J -11 n Jacob it eg *rs. candidate for congfess; Hon, Nathan A. Tufts, candidate* for senator, and B. Loring Young, candidate for representative. The rally will open at S.  Thursday, Friday and Saturday ot last week a series of cooking lecture* we re he*lel in the vestry of the Union church. They were given by MIM Myrtle E. Robinson of the 20th Century cooking school and were largely attended. The lectures were free tad provoel to be exceptionally good. Cook books and samples were given each afternoon.  out  MEETING OF MEN’S CLUM  Next Friday evening the Aret mill* **  lur meeting of the Men’s club or? inn church will lie held, when George H Field will speak to the member# on “Food, fish and game birde of Massachusetts.” Mr. Field is an ex* in th's line and as the lecture Ie  ort  to bo illustrated it promises highly interesting.  to be  •"ti  George Wallace has the contract and is now installing tile heating apparatus iii tho bungalow whit Ii has recently been con (meted for Ernest Baraboo, the physical instructor of tho public schools.  *     PL  S'    UMI  TE/  JC    BINK  (MF  )BB]    ll  IN    ’TING  G      Wort    : Qulc Terrr    kly and Efficiently Done *£  is Reasonable      A. G. ZIEGLER  Phone 308 Concord Concord Junction, Mass     White’s Garage  THE GARAGE OF SERVICE  AUTOMOBILES STORED AND REPAIRED  AUTOMOBILE SUPPLIES  The “White” Way Means Promptness  Efficiency  Satisfaction  WHITE’S GARAGE,  P. W. WHITE, Proprietor.    I    Main    Street  Telephone Concord lot). CONDORI), MASS.  rn  I PLUMBING and  I HEATING  Now is the time to have your heating systems overhauled and repaired or new systems installed. Plumbing and heating in all branches at a very low cost.  *  TOWNSEND, the Plumber  Main and Nason Sts., 2[stores Maynard  JOHN A. FINIGAN.  Auctioneer    Concord,    M  Telephone 404-W  rn  ThursOct. 21 at jai*  I will soil for M. J. Tetpenult. Greenfield, Mass., Mansion House | Stable, I:»0 horses, /iii are fresh country horses from Ohio farms se* J lofted by M. .I. 'I', are a choice lot, the balance are acclimated hOfPOi. J 20 are from a contractor in Deerfield that just completed a large OOH*  2.DR. Wagons  1   tract, also a trotter that stepped a mile this season in  and harnesses of every description.  Saturday, Oct. 23rd at I p.  I will sell for Mrs. (dias. Ii. Taylor, No. 4 Salem Street, W<  Mass., household goods of every description, modern and antique) a collection of old Ivy-.U* and pictures. Sale rain or shine. Pion! room inside for all.  Nut Week a Large Sale in Provldaau  WmI  MOV-:   

From 1607 To The Present

Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!

Growing Every Second

Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 155+ million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

Genealogy Made Simple

Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

Choose the Membership Plan that is right for you!

Unlimited 6 Month

$99.95 (45% Savings!)

Unlimited page views for 6 months Learn More

Unlimited Monthly

$29.95

Unlimited page views for 1 month Learn More

Introductory

$9.95

10 page views for 1 month Learn More

Subscribe or Cancel Anytime by calling 888-845-2887

24 hours a day Monday-Saturday

Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 10 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 155+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 155+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
Best Value! Save -45%
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 155+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

Search Billions of Newspaper Articles 155 Million+ Pages and More Added Weekly!

Uncover 400+ Years
of Newspaper Archives
(1607 to today!)

Browse by Date

Research Newspaper Articles from 19 Countries
& all 50 U.S. States

Browse by Location

Explore 6,200+ Current &
Historical Newspaper Titles
and Counting!

Browse by Publication