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Acton Enterprise (Newspaper) - February 16, 1916, Acton, Massachusetts VOLUME 4c PER COPY FEBRUARY 1916 MAYNARD WEST ACTON Arthur Slack started work wool at the Starret tool The grippe and severe colds seem tti be prevailing in Hall Staples entertained I he serving a tine dinner last Frank Toele ol Somervillo was a her home Friday The nsu tVisitor in town Tcele al program Including a social injured his elbow finite badly recentj when mimic and refieslimenis was carried King conveyed Ihn house Charles who was con Miss Dorothy Persons entertained a party of eight friends at her homo on Linden Wednesday after was enjoyed and refresh ments were i William Collier was hostess I the members of tho irisellla club a hold goods of Richard Downs to Lynn i fined to his home by illness several Downs has a position days of the has flilly recovered With the General ICloctric In j anrl is able to follow his dry goods Webster a student p was al his parents Hurry Andrews has fully recovered and Mbinchnrd had j illiipss and resumed just returned from their trip lo Her lia jn dyeing department i tho The commissioners for I west and south watersupply ol Aeumj flhave settled the law case willi j for the taken for I lie water for There wore 08 persons who took the carlast Wednesday evening for South to attend the Apollo qnar1 during Hie let The Colonial nrrheslra furnished JVfAYN ARD GOlS WET BY TWELVE VOTES CONCORD Campaign Preceded the Town Meeting Held Binks and Mahoney Elected Chosen Moderator was not Tiicidng In patriot judging by Hie uiini ber of lags displayed iu honor of Lin colns Miss Mary Iliinii of the senior class el lo Miss Caroline iorm Monday at the town when they registered choice ol a wet town by the small ol IL It was conceded lo le I lie closest contest in years on thai particular While I hoi town was generally expected lo go had to license sooner or Torres believed that they I could Mini the lide for at leasl one us May mini is of Smith Samuel King Sciilterlug blanks Hlanks TOWN 1 Shall licenses lie granted In this Knink Sanderson iIS town for the sale of intoxicating 11 Scattering blanks Albert IV llannon fi1 a SttiUBlc at a CVHIIKO dance in Smllmry daughter of and Tliomns Mnr campaign which owin iiorniilly a license they hail lo the seven year old accept the It was a very was conducted Monday cord Jet qycn this and plays at Con Wednesday DENTIST CONCQRO fioiii an a A number of the young ptoplo in town plan lo attend the whist parly and dance held in Concord Junction tins Wednesday evening under the auspices of KinKolla groceries at ti AKANTKICl SAVINGS of from 10 to S Boxes Vermont Butter TEA Mm 35c Swifts Kancy 12 cent value 1O I WASHINGTON in cent package 12 pound can 1JC Fancy value rognlar cent Fancy 2 pounds 15U OllAPE large1 and juicy extra BAKING pound I3c MINCE Bent BAKERY DEPARTMENT Everything made from best materials Fresh from our 3 Finest per Coffer per Mountain Fresh 15c by belli of the contending and kept so until after tho result was an lounced Monday There wore no personalities indulged and while they both worked tho of Ieelimv prevailed Aside from Hie license Issue the contest for selectmen proved lo be of great Tho winners were a new Prank I I iiileridgo HeuUering blanks Ol I John Kolloy fill Sealteriug blanks SCHOOL COMMITTKK Jooilonow HIS i tnors Yes 4112 Town Clerk Krank Sanderson read tin afier wbicli Sullivan was elected tho JMsitown clerk being authorised to one for Tho polls wore opened at exactly 1 oclock and closed ill I Nicholas Driscoll presided at the ballot box luring Hie entire It was voted to postpone action A leap year party is to be given In the town hall on the by some of the young and Ira Pennlman of Need ham were guests of and Thoreau over i and Warren Jewell of IJraintree were recent guests of friends Jewell was fomerly Miss Antoinette Marker of Bernard who 1ms been acting as substitute at the local post is working there now in the ab sence of Henry the regular j Ilalph Ifosmor fell postponed Us meeting from 717 Thursday night on account of tho and will meet this week on Thursday Benjamin Pope left during the week for a visit to Atlantic City and She will bo enter tained at the homo of her daughter in the latter city FLAG DISPLAYED Scattering blanks i HraMrring blanks WATKIl John Lawton Scattering blanks OVKHRKKK OP POOH 70 tin Tiiiiks and James who Sharp reelecleil by a substantial Al Thomas Wright 4III berl Smith did exceedingly well onjnlilllltH lilS his and will no doubt be i HOARD OK heard from j Orrln Fowler 7ii Scattering blanks THtSTKK PH1UJC LIHRARY Charles Holmes r7 blanks In Hie i intesl f f moderator Talley won from John won from David Sharpe for and John and Samuel King I I1 HST15I5 PHI1UC a were winners for These were Hie only contests and Hie other i received a flattering vole considering Hie fact that there was no There wore HI I inil male and one jnsl one more than last The result of the ballot In as fol lows 1 lrank William Connolly 311 Henry iilroy Mahoney Harry Morse fi9S Lucius Wilson Seal Icring blanks 117 CIMHCTKHY COMMISSION KR Aiiisley Dunham Scattering blanks TRICK I William Bishop HIM Scattering blanks 42ii 1 Slockbridgo Oliver Trees 401 1 John Connors 7IM Driscoll Harlow Jreon Mi on the remaining articles of tho war rant until 2 oclock in the Inder these odicers wore ap pointed Kence James William NayJor and James Mul lin Meld Fred William nishop and Ainsley Dun ham measurers of bark and Albert Hiram Parkin and James lionl surveyors of James Mullin and Lev Inder it was voted to accept the reports of the town officers as printed in the annual report of the several and that the reports of tho committees be also On the town accepted from the executor of the will of the bite Robert Crosskiy the sum of as a cemetery the income ofwhich Is to be used for the perpetual care of his lot and surroundings In Glenwood voted to authorize the treas with the approval of the select to during tho municipal beginning such sums of money as may be necessary for the cnrrrent expenses of the giving i lie notes of the town payable within one year from tho dales The display of the national flag on the wall of the has attracted no end of attention the past few days It was put up in honor of Lincolns Postmaster William ny ron believes that a building which bar bors business should fly tho American especially on pa triotlc and that is why the flag is There is no flag pole on the building and was therefore neces sary to fasten to one of the CONCORD RENOVATING STORK Flnlgan who pui store owned for so many George have lovatlng the having1 dii i large amount of goods In 3ont The back part of h to lie lilted up into a harneMi and here they are to Initftll vid Scanlon of the ft who knows harness repairing to They arc also carriage ifurnlshlngt horse goods of the best carry a complete stock as soon tho place can be The best goods least money Is what the slogan of firm will cheap because the for they will not sacrifice qtJMl bill will endeavor to giveto tomors good goods at fair CONTRASTS IN SONG AND DAI The ladies of Trinity society are to give a enM nient on the evening of in the parish A program of contrasts past and followed by light ADVERTISED LETTERS1 Jlichael Andrew MlBS Elizabeth PLUMBING and Wovo a just right pair of Shoos for every nioinlwr of the Shoes for inuiclpnH tcndor down to the Nature foot formed shoos for tho vury LiUlo IVoplo Many families call this Their Shoo here with their every nhoo Tho that wo wear the bent durable and tho most tflftt it is possiblo to How about making tliin Vour Shoe Store Youll do your ieot and purse a good turn by doing Mans to Womens to Shoes for Boys and GirU up to Now is the time to heating systems overhauled and repaired or new systems Plumbing and heating in all bran ches at a very low the Plumber Main and Nason 2 stores Maynard Water Glass 35C GALLON 20c HALF GALLON IOC QUART John Snow CONCORD 4 And put in first class condition i i All Kinds of REPAIRING SUPPLIES of Various Kinds The Garage of Service MAYNARD Ralph Case visited relatives in Oak dale duriiiK tho William Harlow has boon seri ously ill during the Patrick MeGriith attended the fun iral of a relative In Whltinsvillo Mon Henry Hodscs is assistIIIK at the of fice of tho National Express during he present Flynn of West Rutland was tho of and George Hack during tlie Miss Chuidlmi Klllerby altimdoil the birlliday party of her cousin in Wor cesler Saturday nolierty of Lincoln was the week end guest of and John Kanppi played with McEnol lys orchestra of at a dance In Springfield Monday Carl a student Tufts col was entertained during tho week by John Misses Minnie Moynlhnn and Mary were entertained tho early part of tlio week by relatives In Miss Edith who Is a student nurse at I ho Frnmlngham vis ited her William during tho Margaret who has boon visiting hor MlHS Ellen returned to her homo lu Jersey City Miss Sadlo Flood Is to entertain tlio members of the Prlscllla club at their next Thursday s Lodgnril of Brockton spent tho latter part of tho week with his and Henry Tho National brass band Is to hold a leap year dancing party tho hall of the Alku tomimranco the nftornoon and evening of Miss Jonnlo class of Nqrmal attendo4 aclaaa reunion at Hotel Saturday WHITES Telephone Concord IMaln Something New attl Stand on the Mill Dam For 50 years the Specialty Main has been known as a lirst class Harness newji repair To keep the good name of the shop and1 we have David Scanlon at the bench to part of the business for He is a first class workmiiijjlf lias had a groat many years experience in all brauchf the harness Only vfirst class work at the lowest We are prepared to part of your liiirness or make also to icpair suit auto cushions and all le We also have everything in the shop marked Many useful articles at half stable hardware including garden Dont Forget We Arc Cbsing Out the This Week HALF PRICE The Specialty Store Rmml JOHN Fit 3 A IV it
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