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Acton Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 17, 1917, Acton, Massachusetts VOLUME XXX 4c PER COPY WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1917 NUMBER • : TORREY & VI ALLE I INCORPORATED Q> MOTOR CAR !■ I A more remarkable recognition of mer- | it on the part of the public it would be X difficult to conceive. t Every increase in production is com- X fortably absorbed in an increased market. ♦ ♦ The works in which the car is produced » have grown till they are almost a city in ♦ themselves. J ♦ ♦ But when the satisfaction of the mar- £ ket seems to be in sight, the horizon widens and draws itself still farther away. It will pay you to visit us and examine this car The gasoline consumption is unusually low The tire mileage is unusually high Touring Car or Roadster, $835 Sedan or Coupe, $1265 All prices f. o. b. Detroit -J V, Agents Maynard, Concord, The Actons Boxboro and Stow Call, write or phone ti It TORREY & VIALLEi INCORPORATED Main and Walden Streets , Concord, Mass. I Telephone 245.R or 86?2 ) MAYNARD Thomas Quirk visited relatives in Andover over the week end. The fire department extinguished a chimney fire at the home of Joseph Allen, Walcott st., Friday evening. William McGown and Thomas Cuddy visited friends at Lowell Saturday. William Jones, sr., Great rd., Is visiting relatives at Rlackington this week. Mrs. A. II, Lincoln has fevered her connection with Woolworth’s 5 and 10c store. George Woodbury and Fred Cannoli were the holiday guests of friends In Leominster. A party of 20 from hero attended the dancing party at Sudbury, Columbus day evening. Miss Mildred Randall was the guest of Miss Pearl Pean at New Bedford over the holidays. Frank Powers of Auburn, Me., passed the holiday with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bell, Main st. Mr. and Mrs. James Rady moved Into their new home on Parmenter ave. during tho past week. The Colonial orchestra played at a private officers’ dance in Hardy’s nail, Ayer, Saturday night. Herbert Brnyden and Elsie McDonald visited Frank Brayden at the Carney hospital Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lester move their household goods from Maple to Summer st. Wednesday. John Harrington of Arlington was the Sunday guest of his grandfather, James Carney, Lincoln st. Joel Butterwort!! of Barre and hi* son Arthur of Worcester were home over the holiday and week end. Frank Ooettler, Linden st., purchased a 1917 Ford touring car from Harvey Broadbcnt the past week. James Baldwin purchased a baby grand Chevrolet touring car from the W. A. Haynes Co. during tho week. Tho F. E. Taylor Co. are printing the program of the West Concord Woman’s club for tho 1917-18 season. Mrs. E. J. Cavannah of Yarmouth, N. S., was the guest a few days of the week of Mrs. James Eaton, Nason st. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Grady of Uxbridge wore the holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cuddy over the holiday. Ernest Butterwort!! of Winchester visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joel Butterwort!!, Summer st., over tho holiday. Some of the 1917 graduates of the M. IT. S. were initiated into tho mysteries of tho college life at Tufts tho past week. Miss Marion Sullivan, a teacher in the schools of Mapleville, R. I., was home with her family over the holiday and week end. John Charlesworth and family of North Adams were the week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Cut tell. Walnut st. Rev. and Mrs A. Morrill Osgood of Lowell, the former recently pastor of the M. E. church here, visited friends in town Saturday. Job U. Doel, who was rejected by the army physicians at Camp Devens, ihas secured a position as conductor on the C. M. & H. Miss Jeannie Adams, formerly of Maple st., this town, was visiting friends Columbus day. previous to going to Worcester to live. Tho auto trucks of W. O. Strout are in much demand among the farmers of the vicinity moving farm produce to tho Boston market. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Edwards and family of Boston were the holiday guests of the former’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Edwards. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Parmenter motored to Orange Saturday and returned with their daughter, Nellie, who has been visiting there. The fire department was called to extinguish a chimney fire in tho house on Summer st. Columbus day. occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Harry White. Mrs. William Conley and daughter Margaret spent the week end and the holiday at the home of the former’s daughter, Mrs. James Claflin, Boston. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Livingston and two children of Medford passed the holidays with the former’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Parkin, Pleasant st. Mrs. Andrew Kennedy of Belmont and Miss Margaret Campbell of Roxbury were the guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Mclver, Concord st. Mrs. Charles 3. Coulter and children, who have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Coulter, East st., returned to their home in Providence the past week. George H. C.utteridge, district deputy grand master of the 25th Masonic district, and suite made a visitation to St. Bernard’s lodge at Southboro Wednesday evening. John Denniston of Stafford Springs, Ct., formerly overseer of the spooling room of the Assabet mills, was the guest of his brother, Robert Denniston, over the holiday and week end. Frank Smith of the U. S. Naval Reserves was with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Smith, over the week end. Ho is at present cruising around Boston harbor In order to get his sea legs. Earl Chaso of Newport, N. H., chier of draughtsmen of the S. T. Ley Co., in charge of the construction of the cantonment at Ayer, was the Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Stanley, Lincoln st. It is reported that Oscar Sawyer. son of Mrs. Silas sawyer, who Is a member of the U. S. Medical corps, is about to sail for France. His name is another to be added to the Maynard roll of honor. sidney e. McCleary CROCE.R—BAKER 71 MAIN ST. MAYNARD BUTTER, fine creamery lb. . COFFEE, - best Santos, lb. . MACARONI, pkg. . . . KIPPERED SALMON, can HONEY, in Comb ' . . . SALMON, Red, flat can . . TEA, best Oolong, lb. . . COCOA, Hershey's, 1-2 lb. can Furniture Repaired and Upholstered We can make your old furniture an good as new Largo assortment of tapestries, velours, etc, Work done at our store or your home, by experts Pianos polished Automobile upholstering a specialty We also carry a line of new furniture, mattresses, couches, etc. Drop a line and our agent will call at your home Maynard Upholstering Co. 43 Nason Street Maynard Tel. 112-2 LIBERTY LOAN r SECOND SERIES 83,000,000,000 4% Buy Your Bond At Once Only Nine Days More We are willing without charge to hold your bond for safe-keeping and pay you the interest when due OPEN EVENINGS 7.30 to 8.30 CONCORD NATIONAL BANK CONCORD, MASSACHUSETTS INCORPORATED 1832 Subscription Agents for U. S. Government PRESCOTT KEYES, President C. FAY HEYWOOD, Vice-president and Cashier HAROLD E. ORENDORFF, Manager ofLiberty Loan Dept. J. Maynard’s Honor List The following Men are now engaged in the Military or Naval Service of their Country: LAWRENCE M. BRINDLEY EDWARD F. LEDGARD HAROLD K. HANSON HARRY L. GROFT ARTHER BRERETON WALTER R. DENNISTON JOHN B. DI NN JOHN J. GALLAGHER GILBERT RAYMOND JONES VINCENT L. KELLEY ROBERT A. KIERSTEAD DOMINICK LASKOWSKI MAGLOIRE LESAGE CHARLES LUKER ALFRED LUOMA JOHN It. MARSDEN EMMETT L. MCCARTHY DOMINICK MOORE ALBERT J. MOYNIHAN CORNELIUS MOYNIHAN JOHN J. MANNING EUGENE It. MANNINO WILLIAM J. MURRAY ROY C. NELSON JOHN It. NORDBERG HENRY (’. NORTON JOEL F. PARMENTER ERNEST J. RASMUSSEN HAROLD V. SHERIDAN WILLIAM J. TAYLOR DAVID SHARPE SE HGT. WILIAM COULTER WILLIAM MOYNIHAN JAMES CARNEY JOHN Kl LEONEN HENRY SIMONDS JOHN VV. TAYLOR FRANK MORRIS FRED HANSON FRANK KELLEY FRANK DEVINE LIEUT. FRED CARLTON PHILIP DWINELL JAMES CRONIN CLARENCE SMITH TtALIMI JAMIESON WILLIAM MARCHANT JOSEPH CCLLEN GEORGE PAINE JOSEPH PAINE HAROLD GARNEY JOHN HIGGINS THOMAS LAWLOR FRANK SMITH PARKER HATCH RALPH NEWTON GEORGE CHENEY LIEUT. C. SIDNEY COULTER GEORGE MEYERS HAROLD HIGGINS NICOLA SILVESTI ALBERT J. RASMUSSEN JOSEPH CHIDLEY WILLIAM WEIR william McGrath ALFRED KEOUGH JOSEPH BEAVIS CHARLES RYAN WA I NO LOUSALO FRANK DOWNEY HARTWELL FLOOD GUYER FOWLER HUGH CONNORS WHITNEY BENT RUSSELL STONE JEREMIAH LYNCH A RTH I’It LORD GEO V. BINNS JOHN NOK CLAIN EN OSCAR WORIO FELIX A. G. LESAGE WILLIAM B. JONES WILLIAM FORNIER FRANK J. BINKS GEORGE A. DALEY RALPH LINGLEY CORNELIUS J. CAI,LABAN ST A NI SLAW DU DZIN S KI FRED F. LEMOINE FRANK E. PARKS WILLIAM F. BARON WALTER C. MURRAY ELMER C. MATTSON LEVI WHITNEY PATRICK POWERS SVANTE KUKRULA JAMES J. RYAN WALTER J. KE I.LEY ZACHARY MINKO JOHN HARDY FRED SAVILLE FRANK E. WILDER WILT,TAM OATES JOHN T. CAREY STEPHEN E. MALEY HANS P. HANSEN WA I NO NIEMI EN LOUIS WASICK JAMES E. WH A I.EN JOHN A. MOYNIHAN PATRICK J. PYNE FRED J. WILDER JOHN ADAMSON dennis McCormick JOSEPH BOOTHROYD CHARLES J. JACKSON LUDWICK RAJEWIEZ DAVID J. FOLEY WILLIAM IT. O'BRIEN JOSEPH WHITE JOH IT. DOEL JOHN E. HIETALA SYLVESTER VALET MIKE RY NKE WITZ JOHN WHITMAN ■ T . LI SI EC KY CHARLES E. LENT OSCAR SAWYER Will HE • Come Back ■ The probability is vastly greater if he is properly equipped and trained To furnish our soldiers, sailors and airmen with arms, uniforms and food ; to buy ships fur our navy and fur transport, and flying machines for air service, the Government is asking you to loan it money. It gives in return its Bund,bearing interest, paid twice a year. The money is to be nearly all spent in the United States, but we are lighting for Liberty and Humanity fur all the world. Have an Honored Place v among your neighbors by doing the next thing to going, loan your money to the Government. IV ’ a IIoikI alai Wear a Hutton At tiny Hank or ISond Dealer ft | LIBERTY LOAN COMMITTEE OF NEW ENGLAND Unofficial .list. Apologies are made to those, if any, whose names are unintentionally omitted MAYNARD LIBERTY LOAN COMMITTEE John W. Flood George H. Creighton, Chairman George H. Gutteridge Orrin S. Fowler Frank E. Taylor H. J. Dwinell lUfAYNARl) has tints already conntributed an impressive tota^ of Men, not only to make the world safe for democracy, but also to defend your property and your person from physical violence. Make no mistake about this — Your past security has rested on the armies and navies of our allies. It now rests on the valor of such men as these listed herewith and on the measure of support you give them. The most effective support you can possibly give is to Subscribe to the Second Liberty Loan 4 Therefore take your subscription at once to the Maynard Trust Go. lf you did not subscribe before—SUBSCRIBE NOW I If you did subscribe before — SUBSCRIBE AGAIN I If it seems a sacrifice to loan your money to the government at 4 per cent, think for a moment what the men are doing whose names appear herewith
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