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   Acton Enterprise (Newspaper) - August 1, 1917, Acton, Massachusetts                                r m K W Wtf LIJ MU WES i tUi i T 1 Vy T V V VI mil m fi b fl wwwwwwwxm r IMf I 6feVA afe f r I V i r J ttfl rifi F t h 1 i fj F L r l fc ii M M i L i WbH H r t t T r l F sli I 1r H i V i ft W fcJ j fti wv ryi j i A M draftAii W V L i L V t m i J l J L JJ r X fett i F i XX 4c W I 1 VilsSffl WBEKl CONCORD CONCORD JUNCTION VIALLE ROTH ii tf f n ii 11 Its Light and grace are deceptiv you put of hardest work d roughest going Maynard Concord Act writ INCORPORATED Main Walden and Stre hone Concord Mass 8622 Miss Miriam Kemplon is visiting relatives al Lake Fred Axfonl and daughter are visiting relativesal A was born to Arthur Jor July Joseph Knler returned Thursday af ter a vacation spent with friends at James Powers of Boston was the Sunday guest of HrUlKet Claf Sudbury Stephen Towers left the Westboro hospital recently and is working in a factory at Patrick Powers and Columbus Rain ville distributed the summer tele phone dirertory this John HOII of and ICmmanuel lOverett enlisted in the Marine corps Miss Katherine of Hudson is the week with her James Sudbury Mildred ItaiutcM is on vacation for two weeks from her duties at thu of fice of the Assabct Frank recently enlist ed In the Marino is sta tioned tit Fort South and Alice Punton and Miss Sadie Flood motored to Salisbury Fred Mcaclc and daughter of Worcester were week end guests of and George Hillside George OOonnell and children ot Allston wore tho recent guests of and George Sum mer drying is the slogan This is the best protec tion the predicted pinch next and Frank Cloettler and daughter and and Charles Stockhridge motored to Nantaaket Alexander Potligrew and daughter are on a two weeks vacation from their duties at the office of the Assa hct Sigrid Tyyue Saari and Kath orino Hendrickson attended the re ception given to the at Wor cester The Colonial orchestra has been en Haged to furnish the music at a dance held at Lake Friday Edward Carlton and Wil thn iMiss Ethol Murphy is visiting roa lives In Lester Tompkins was a rncnnt vlsi tor in rclntives in Walter OOonnell left last wnok to the Hospital Iass has utn em ployment of Whites Macone received mini her load of Maxwells last Leonard Robinson and nre making a visit with A number from this town aMnndorl tho social dance held in Aclon Vntre Thursday fhn month of Auguwt at thoir KiimnuT home in Gordon Fuller is enjoying n I wo weeks vactlon from his duties with Stone A Walter Jfarris of is visiting Benjamin Clifford Vinol is having a I we weeks varaUon from Tils duties the Roxall King has nntcrod tlie nmploy BEDFORD IMIaa Kdilh Cndahy of was i wff rsiid visitor in Irnndorgast was re in of Arthur al his Main gar Kdward Olirien of for merly of HUH called on friends here miff Fred Miller are rejoic ing over the arrival of a little born James Mann nf Maiden the guest of her Matthew T T i and Fishei hpren R Arncrtonald will pass tained Plshm M f ftT I Waltham hns returnnd from a nnminobilo with frlrnds to Capo TIT f I w c MaoDonald and Miss Marjorio has np1 Trodurick havo enjoyin relatives in enter and family of visitor with relatives in Thomas Hutlur bus a posi ion willj UHJ American in CliiTord tlhallis is nn rating cars as a motor man ou tlic and Boston M Miss Kdiui Tubman of ttasf Milton lins taken up hnr resfdcncn wilh and John HmvurH on ffnrilord Waller formerly of this the putit week with her Myrfn on Crew ciiit Miss Xnliua WHhorben has In her borne on Crescnnl after a pleasant two weeks vacation in Wind One nf Hie interesting plays of f plriynd at hex in gt on during the entire onlitlcf WES Tim Womans Relief will bold its next meeting Monday in August Instead of the Business of importance to come before the K Jewett has bought a Maxwe car for business Moarl are out new 1H7 Ford delivery Twitchell ia having hoiiHf sbitnd by the Kdward Slate Willie Orland Spinney and MactJregor enjoyed last wedk mpiug In a tent al Fort Parker and family have a col ill hake where they are ng for two Miss Aiinnio Uonere of Leominster is homo on a two weeks CAMPING OUT two pointed teacher of the gradn in tho public schools of Ilaggeson has routed UK TnUlo house on llnbbanl former ly occupied by Martin A named William brightened the of iml Milton Densmoru Tuesday of last tho Orumio will hold its annual picnic at Norunibegi it is hoped that a laruo num ber will Tiio Concord in was called out Tuesday by a bad Hro which destroyed buildings valued at New JOnglnnd Nursery plant at West PARISH IN CONCORD During the vacation of thn Loren thn follow ing clergymen will preach n John Koid of John llulUly of Plain Frank Oiimoro of Frank ADVERTISED LETTERS Samuel 1uiil Pick Tolman Har riet Will a son J f TT v P r 4 h i Ham Mann ami son were the guests of I Augustus the formers Fred Carlton I MIsw Harriet Miss Johan B at Sunday Arthur Lord wilh tho 1llh Railroad Engineers loft Wednesday for Now where they embarked for Miss Lucille Sims was the guest recently of William at Mack was Gertrude Doyle before her and William Baldwin moved thoir household furnishings to Stow and arc occupying tho Deacon Clark George Swanton and granddaughter Evelyn Button of were tho Sunday guests of tho formers Julu Kim Alberta Taylor and daughter Gladys left this week for whore will make an ex tended visit with Ralph cloth inspector of Quartermasters stationed at the mills at was at home over tho week Thomas tho gnuial clerk at the Riverside Cooperatlvo is on vacation this which bo Is spending visiting points of and Brooks Samuel Lawton and Miss Dorothy Ballon motored to Nan tasket Thursday and spent the Missos Rose and Knthcrlno Fltzpat and Miss lifllcn Mc Dowell arc tho guests this week of Edmund Toop at Lake t MiBSoa Margaret Kamesh and Rose Tourvillo aro on a 10 days vacation which they aro spending as the guests of and at SwampRcott and William Stokes of Dorchestor were ontorlainod over tho wook end as tho guest of the formers and William McKinlcy Hartwoll Flood and Guyor recruits with the Harvard at Al visitod Atlantic City and onioyed tho surf bathing on a 24hour furlough tho past Daniel Lowuoy and Kstlior nnd and son and Henry McCor mnck and daughter Margaret motored to Revoro bonclj Among those scon at tho Ayor can tonment Sunday wore Stanley Vodok Arthur Howard and John John Henry Anthony tho Misses Mao Nel son and Margaret William Weir and George Perry on listed in tho regular army tho past wook and nro stationed nt William formerly a resident is also at Fort William Guttoridgo rosumod his du ties Monday at tho office of tho Ahsa bet after a two weeks With his wife ho spent a week at On set and throe days at Monad Lloyd homo from Ayor Fri day wbero ho Is working in getting tho immense cump in roadl nose for tho army soon to bo raised by reports that the thermometer registered 112 degrees Monday of last A number from here are work ing 19 various capacities at tbe Jaraw John Gtb lUymond William Jynoh r na George Jnd Derby and chil dren on joyed an automobile trip and Malcolm have rolurncd from v I wo weeks visit with lives in and Mnreau of how ell were of I he formers moth Miss lluhhs left Monday for when slio will spend month of Anmist with ami William Hammond of Arlington were week end of their and John ftillitKHH havo moved Into the Imusn on Central reeontly purehasod hy John and Harvey Stone tho week end with and at their cottage in Heeks his iono to Paw where lie will spend tho roiraittdei1 the summor with rela Miss Ruth has resumed Jier dnies at tho after a two weeks vacation spent at Oak llnrohl Shcpnrd left Sunday for tin American Wash wlifro lif is to join thn other members of the lOtli Knuinnors Forestry and Konnnily and Jlndys and Alico of Orain havo hoon sppndlns tho pant week as the guests of Mary Wright mid Mr and Alan Keu 1 1 ed v he Cntholif Trulh Guild will hold i mtjitini in this town Wednes day rMiiing of ihis A number is cxpeetid to ai FIRE AT NURSERIES The recent lire it the Nursnrles ilest roved tins principle buildimrs and at rmn titnn threatened to out the until nPiMstance was railed and 1lie ii with n handicap in i Clief I Hake realized that Mm eotild not be controltd by tho engines nnd laier its arrive bid lines of lios1 lai1 brooks near Mcdovern Tlf New will un rebuild the plant Htul tiniin is sucecisslully UH In Uio nice the of extending water mains on and the loss of so prop by lack of sMpply in au eriieiKPney of tills D Assabol amp KIro girls of Concord are camping out at tho Hem lurk Villa of Durkee at Among the party are Misses Vera Helen I fun A1 vena Muriel Louise Born ice EV Cornelia Mary Thclma Jennie Driscoll and 1 The cliaperoiiH are Fred nf Concord and Miss Irma Durkee ot two thn on FINIGAN AND M MAGURN 13 RIOT CALL riot was sounded nn iho alarm and a larue nuii her nf titi xcns scanlied tnr Ihn bnvs supiKisnd In bo from home which thny viRi Spriups Thn hnys ivero in Boston latn at niubt silo nml ami notliiUK to Thoy failed to tell the people with were Ktayini that they in tended to return homo in Huston that COUNTY COURT NEWS Items of Interest to Concord and Maynard People o will of Iviicinria Carr of ffud who died July has been filed In the Probate It is dated and names her charlotte Carr of Sudbury as exe The estate is valued at 9950 in real estate and In per sonal Ail of the bequests urn Tho boirsatlaw Charlotte a and rirk a Toth of Thn will is reiurmvblo at Kant Cam ritlKn Wlnfield Tern lo of Marlboro represents the exe ilattio R Dfjnisnn of Boston has tiled a petition in the Probate asking to br appointed as administra trix of ostate of her Mariet ta Thompson of Mny The nstato is valued all in personal ailaw are Caroline Bishop Anna Tower of and IlaUio Deniaon of The is at Kasl Cambridge r L f W ft t utff EAL TATE Watch This Sp For Auct S JOHN FINIGAN ARTHUR M AGUKN The Mystery Film Play Art 19 In Four the Most Elaborate and Costly Educational Motion Picture Ever Produced ers y ibl N m how to farm publi Concord Town Hall Monday day Evg 1 Tw ghts 845 67 Any man having a Commercial Checking and who did not receive an Invitation by may secure one free from the cashier of ML own Come and see Jim the Penman at work Scratcher and his gang of mail box thieves see what happens to your checks after you give them to responsible See the wonder ful Closeups of words and figures being changed by skillful lomethlng that has aroused the wonder of bankers and police officials In every big city from Boston to San 101 Milk St Todd Protcctograph i H if m X Creamery Fine Pure COFFEE PINEA Fancy Slice Health Accident mob Successor Arthur Maynard Block   

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