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   Acton Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 20, 1915, Acton, Massachusetts                                VOLUME XXVIII Vv Ct WEST ACTON Thomas Devahe spent Sunday with WalthanS Bradford of Shirley vis ited several days of the Miss Ruth Harrington spent Sunday at her home In and Dcsouza are the parents of a baby Webster Blanchard Is driving a new Overland roadster of 1910 The barrel shop has done a rushing trade the past two weeks with apple sFrahk Priest Is building a large ga rage at the farm of Saddler In Quite a number from this village attended the fair at Fitchburg last and Frederick Herrick of Salem were Sunday guests at the home of Miss Lena Mackay was a visitor at the home of Richardson a few days last Mansir and Manslr spent the week end at the home of theii daughter in Mary Richardson is spend Ing the week at the home of he Clara Blake at Bridge The hunters were out In good num the past week after squirrels partridges and the law be ing off on such game SOUTH SUDBURY and Rogers have been jnjoying a visit from Boston friends George who has improved n was with his friends here Theodore who has secured a position at Bonnie Brook has noved into the house occu pied by who lias gone to MAYNARD TROUBLE LOCATED After a weeks digging the trouble j In the pipe leiuling to the watering trough has at last been found and it is hoped that an ample supply of wa ter will be running in a few There is some talk of moving the sup ply trough a short distance west of its present as it is in the center of Concord and in the way of automobilists and others going east or If moved it will give a little better chance to turn out and make a safer and clearer sight for all MURRAY 0 Beacon lioston 31 Main Concord Wednesday afternoon and evening an appointment SIDNEY McCLEARY 71 MAIN MAYNARD ALL WEEK SPECIALS Best Granulated 10 53c Best Benadorfs 33c PASTRY select winter large cans fine fancy Hawaiian 25c value 19c choice 50 Pekoe or Ceylon 49c highest 33c fancy pink large flat early June 3 5 strictly 15c Ox in glass Jar 42c large cans solid pack 3 BAKERY DEPARTMENT maclo from best 3 best per and Ask for Pony Votes with every purchase Alberta Taylor is enjoying a visit with relatives in Miss Gladys Moore spent the week end with relatives In Samuel Townsend of Brockton vis ited friends in town during the William Heffernan was a re cent visitor of relatives in Worcester and North John Carey spent the early part of tliu week visiting relatives in Law Two applications for membership will bo received at tho next meeting of and James ONeill of Som crville were guests of and Edward Reading during tho and Alvin Smith of Marl boro visited the formers and John Miss Rosella Wall of Marlboro vis lied her Frank Fearns the latter part of the Thomas Holliday ot North Is the guest of Mr and William Newton and son Wil Ham of Flfchburg were recent guests pf John Clifford who is employed as wool sorter in spent the week end in and William Dowd have moved from McKinley and have oc cnnied a house on Maple Daniel Pine re turned Saturday from a several days stay with relatives In H and Chester Downey havi taken up their residence In Marlboro where the former has secured employ Miss Grace Barnes of Gllbertvill visited her and Wm Waltham several days o tho Frank Dunham has fully recovere from his recent attack of pleuropneu monia and resumed his work in Li tlton Miss Grace Leonard has conclude her work in the sowing department a the mill and left Friday to accept similar position In Alfred Oikle and suite of Harmony of of Ayer will make an official visit to Progres sive of next Wednesday and George Kennedy entertained Kennedys Miss MAYNARD Deputy Chief John Connors resumed i is duties Monday morning alter a a few days on days MARLBORO Boots Our new Fall boots seem to have a smart uptodate look seldom seen In a general line of There are tho new patent and dull lace boot with cloth tips and plain stylish The button and lace gun metal and kid on medium and low heel The new sample styles of midnight blue and white stitched gipny All this Falls new While our ladies boots are the latest models we have priced them in reach of and Marry Campbell 1an returned from visit In Laura Bower was a week end uest of and Charles Mer III In Daniel Goodenow returned rom a visit with relatives in Han AVilliam returned homo Saturday after a two weeks stay in North and William Jones spent days of the week with rela ivcs in North Miss Hazel Hunting of Filchburg was entertained during the week by and William Cratly of was a guest of and William Scully during the j and Hiram Parkin an nounce the engagement of their daugh Miss Mary to Hen ry Welday of and Peter Waldron and Robert White took advantage of the excursion rates to visit North Ad ams over the week Charles Dawson of Beverly re newed acquaintances in town during the He was a guest of his broth Freeman Craig is very ill at her home on Hill Winthrop is visiting friends in Miss Nellie 1Jnglish of Brockton is a guest of Miss Mae Elm Gordon Hunt has returned to this city after a week wpiiit with relatives In who was taken sick hist wis iiljle to bu out Eleanor East Main in on a six weeks visit to Buffa Henry East Main IH visiting friends in Worcester for a few Frank who has been ijuilt ill at her home on Lakeside CUnCOKD CONCORD JUNCl Jo n Miss Louise Lyons In onj two weeks Tlie hunters of the town very busy during the paat several have proved very In Robert Prentlss Is wiring t by I John wir Is now iiloyed in called on md friends who has been at the UeacuncsH in report ed us Miss olive SmiUi was operated up on during weult at the Deaconess I formerly occupied hospital Im j aml and family of Joneg utlcltf were entertained at ho home of was guest of llubbard John Anderson Is enjoying nights rest from his duties at Fred Baker has been then of her sister in during the past Fred Fleed is enjoying a two Thomas Lepage is constructing a piazza on the Churchill residence on Miss Grace lias been spending tliu summer at Oak luia returned to this The United lilectric is installing electrical apparatus into the Chase cr Arthur while Michael Hannlgan and family moved to New He was the buttder of the Sndhury bridge and had occupied a Tiouse on Karriman James Sykes jind son Elmer and Miss Ada Vivit of who have been visiting and returned home the latter part of lie Grace Stuckert left Saturday for Worcester to join an automo bile party of relatives and enjoyed a trip to over the week Friends in town of Frank and Har ry Prue will bo sorry to learn of the death of thoir Michael who died at his home in North Brookfield and Frank Pruo and family and Harry j Prue left Thursday afternoon to atj tend the Miss Agnes Richardson enter tained Joe Sherman of the Athletics j Miss Elizabeth Connors of Canton during the Sherman is a has returned to her home In Canton product of the Agricultural col nftt visiting her Misu Huth lege and after liolng signed by Mack j was sent to Jersey winre ho put j Tho anti suffrage who ap peared at rallies here dined at the New Gleasou Captain and Meyers of Maiden passed Sunday with and Charles Miss Nellie who has been seriously ill her home on Highland is slowly Clara Williams lias leased the Kenney farm on the Boston which was recently purchased by Meagher is convalescing from a severe attack of gall stones at thu home of her Elm Mason and daughter Clara of Greenwich are visiting the dinners Highland Misses Emma Byrne and Snriili ODoimell of Diirchesteiwere gtifsls of and Everett Church Hurnson Thorean is i two weeks vacation from IHT duties In Chase The Ladies Missionary circle of the Triniiuriiin church will hold its regular meeting Thursday afternoon at Hurry Rider of Lincoln has con cluded his as clerk in Hie Frank Cutler grocery and his place lias been taken by Frank William Clark his duties in the pharmacy Monday after a throe daya on of Poveril Peterson loaves Thursday on a trip to He expects to be gone a making the trip out to the western coast via Canada and returning by way of The iinnual election of officers of Concord Grange will take place at the next which will be held on Concord huntsmen think that they will not do any very extensive hunt ing in this vicinity this for Hie greater part of the land In this suction is being or has been The friends of Joe Sher who recently visited them in will be interested to know that on Friday attended the wed ding of liis Chick in vacation from his duties at th Miss Mary Boylan and Miss Boylan spent the week end James Arnold Lowery has absence j after a few days stay Choate of Concord Junction was well Rented at the suffrage parade lnr ton tooth by marcheril j and London are congratulations from their friends on the birth of and a RALLY IN TOWN HALL A Republican rally is to be held in the town hall and a special 1ms been extended to the women of the town to The speakers willhe Calvin Cool candidate for gover1 nor Julin Jacob candii date for congress Nathan candiilale for and Loring candidate for repre The rally will open at COOKING LECTURES Friday and last week a series of cooking were held in the vestry of the US They were given by Myrtle Robinson of the 20th tnry cooking school arid were The lectures were 1 proved to be exceptionally books and samples were eacii MEETING OF MBN8 Next Friday evening Inr meeting of the Mensclub i ion church will be when Field will speak to the on fish and gamebit Field IB liort in this line and as the lectu to be illustrated it promise highly Mary and Miss Eldredgo of P splendid and was recalled Plymouth at their home on Brown over I ho week and Thomas Wright and and Robert Jackson were an automobile party wlio visited friends In Gllbertvillo over the week Mizpah Rebekah lodge will enjoy an entertainment prepared by mem bers lot the following their meeting Thursday John McCarthy of Gllbertvillo and Frank McCarthy of Somor ville were entertained during tho week by and William Stephen Beaton and son Al fred of and Eugene Whitney and son William of Woston wore visitors of and Charles A theatre party comprising Misses Helen Mayholle and Nora Beatrice Marguer ite McCormack and Mildred Morgan arn to witness a performance of Ex perience in Boston this Wednesday Fowler attended the con vention of the Daughters of the Am erican Revolution In Greenfield Fri day and Saturday as a guest ot Old Concord James Sudbury was confined to her home during tho week by an attack of blood An infection from an abrasion otf the loft foot was the Gllckman of the American Sup ply doing business on Nason IB to open another store In Marlboro this The Marlboro addition will bo a ladies and misses clothing Fallen leaves delayed traffic on the Maynard Hudson street railway during the When they are on tho rails it makes It very hard for tho motorman to either stop or start tho ear as the rails are then In a very slippery Carl who is a student at Tufts renewed ac quaintances in town over the week While here he was the guest of and Minn daughter of and Joseph who has been at he General hospital In Boston for by the Pliiladelphia management at the close of Hie International leagua George Wallace has the contract and is now installing the heating ap ju recently been cnmtnictcMi for the physical instructor of tho PLUMBING STEAMFFTTING JOBBING Work Quickly and Efficiently Done Terms Reasonable ZIEGLER Phone 308 Coned d Concord Mass Whites Garage THE GARAGE OF SERVICE AUTOMOBILES STORED AND REPAIREI J AUTOMOBILE SUPPLIES The White Way Means Promptness Satisfaction 4 1 WHITES 1 Main Telephone Concord HEATING w Now is the time to have your heating systems overhauled and J repaired or new systems Plumbing and heating in all branJ ches at a very low the Plumber JOHN Telephone 4O4W 21 at f will soil for Mansion ISO fill are fresh country horses from Ohio locted by arc n choice tho balance are acclimated 20 are from a contractor in Dnorliuht that just completed also a trottor that Stepped a mile thia season in and harnesses of every 23rd at 1 I will sell for 4 Salem Sti household goods of every modern and a collection of tind room inside for Bale ruin or a   

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