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Bucks County Gazette, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1910, Bristol, PennsylvaniaTrust company u kit Guior flip Anttoni a jct if t hmm. To real Mitu. On _ _ ohm in. Ac., aim Tui k m and other m curl in front without Sharve. For trusted mid Publ 4hfhi Wil Klinton it. Hut. I on k. Run fan i i Fiir nne. If Ono fur dlr. U Iii Tam min Cert. Buck Man Howem Magui k. Notice All tobacco tags redeemed at Max Cohen s tobacco store 219 Mill a Lieut for premiums. Call him 9-2mf dentist. Artificial to ctr recur if Eil acting. Parkland Heights 1 Bucks Counti. A Peirce Williams lumber Yard m Well Stock with u mar a or All at Kea fish prices. We. Cherry it Momie an to he Riclo repairing for Jimmu Bilow m i Ylga and know done fur j went All Plinta. I a pairing promptly la. 118 4-2btf i Louis a Jovovitch i new and we and band Lur nature bout it and j sold. I some furniture fur Altu ust an Good an new. J Dornuf Strtt a it Intel. Of Charles Henry Moon wood80urnc. Hoeu , county Surveyor. Fulce in court Houm . 91 r. To ocl or. W. Dorland dentist. 325 Radcliffe Street Bristol. A. 193. Ilm . 22s Mill Street Bristol. Of Edw Lovett real estate broker Xii in dram k Money Aoloau on Britt mortgage. I Bath Toimi. , p. J phone 98-1 purchasing Agency. Am to 1k shopping of it Kini will Btu it u Penn Nlle it Morcom Punj win it i to do i. Tito nuts the Leo Konof draw Clil mind a wearing a. Of and Proa Beer Fulty in inched by Aron Btij attended kl12.arktb Orio Htom 313 Cut Brtko a to Geo. W. Fisher express Man Lut Illif Momnie a specially til u in Langton a Trot. Britol. Iso farms for Sale from 5 to too Aorta. Some special bargains in hrs a new catalogue. Horace o. Aad 9--h-13i a. Or. D. Thomas Ifim a tuft pm. Specialist in extraction Oft kit with Nitro removed from he walm1t strkk1. Menry e. A locker 3o6 Stock Exchange bldg stocks and Bonds not jobs Aud iol0 of oof Miskim us York spin mute. W. Booz Palau Bra Law Aatif estimates cheerfully Given. Sri Lafayette Street Bristol. 5-14-tf for Sale. Larie Brick dwell in with modern improvements tit Maud Oil the River front. No. 1kv Rad Cuil he a apply to o1lkeson a .1 allies. Oil Mumph rets specifics. W x. Cele. Ortw end Werket Teiss of 4. Uses. A. Bristol s population is about and the Gazette is the county s most progressive paper the Gazette hat the largest circulation of any newspaper in Bucks county with one exception vol. Xxxvii. Ino. 36 Bristol. Bucks county a. Friday april 15, 1910. Price three cents manhood Hamrem byte re. Coy l. Brown of Trent of Al the men s meeting. On lust Hundy afternoon Kev. Buy l. Drown pastor of the Antral Bap list Church of Trenton n. J., addressed the men i meeting at the hrs Tol Church. One Hundred and eighty one men were present. Local selections were rendered by Mitchell Ancker and hurry Hunting. Liev. Brown took his i bisect and he delivered n highly interesting address which was As follows Rev. Brown s add eth. I congratulate you gentle non on your lieu Alful Little City and on your Treuchel or. Johnston. Lie in being known very favourably among our people on the other Side of the Dela Ware for his work s Sake and congratulate you on having such u wide awake helpful minister Iny Mii City and i congratulate or. Johnston on having such a splendid body of men which to minister from w Elk to week. I have in my ministers bad the privilege of addressing various of men and i us Frank i acknowledge i never in my experience have Hud the privilege of look ing Inlo the faces of a More Intelli gent than this this after Imin and i feel my brother in Loik congratulated upon having such u splendid privilege from week to week. I am Happy to he Here because i am a native of this state. I was born in Ranii Sylvania forty yearn ago in the Noi the Western part of it. I lived there Outing the curly part of my lire and received the major part of my train ing in this slate reims Lanka is very dear to me und i am glad to be Luik again upon the old soil. I have been announced to deliver tin which in a Little out of my line. I am a preacher of the gos your preacher bus announced hat he completes Twenty yearn of his ministry i completed Twenty years of my ministry month. For Twenty years i have Licen trying an Best i could Ami at such Points us lord provided to preach the word of hut to deliver in address has always been somewhat of us pm to me. I find Iii St la in some predicament As the lad in the country school House. He was Minimi Biilly Good at spelling in those old Days when one had to tue the Murk j some of you remember it this hid in mention Wax always at the Liend of his class und had the highest Marks of any lad in the school. It Wuh a wonder to the rest of the schol ars How he could spell anything that t tiie along Mil 11 at last no of his discovered mint when he reached a Lilly cult word his hand Al ways flew to the Init on on his wrist co it and while he lingered that Init on he could spell anything. One Day Al play with a pair of sissors procured for the Purise hid com Panion nipped the Button from his Wal Rit Chat so of course when the spelling match was on they toed the line. Ilia competitors were second in the Cluss. At Fust a tall word came mid the Champion tackled it and ran Well fur u period until he Leui hed u Little ult syllable then ills Finger hew to the Button. It Hud gone. In f Pink loses a veil peas stately snap dragons with the grouping of attractive illuminated by link shaded candelabra lingers in he mind As a scene of youth and Cauty. Those assisting were miss Mary Tyson Chester miss Elizabeth Foren Uin Chicago miss Eleanor Cook miss Charlotte Cook Trenton miss Ier Thule Sulphin miss Maud Kilk iride Morrisville miss Gertrude Vamie gift Philadelphia miss Dora u Edloir Bristol miss Sura Marshall miss Helen Palmer miss Laura b. Any. After the reception a dinner was served to forty four guests which was followed by u dance in the even ing the Largo veranda being enclosed for the occasion. The Bristol travel club the Boross very delightfully at the club s regular meeting on thursday 3y supplying music elocution and papers. At the Eastern federation of women s coulis held at heading last week the following members represented Honnis mrs. Henry l. I Homas my. William b. Pryor miss Margaret c. Appleton. The lung Horne Friels Assoc a him will meet this Friday evening lath inst., it miss Agnes Sellers. The programme includes abolition jul Gelorm among William h. Ivins and Alice Luke ii. Roll cull with tem Sciance sentiments. Miss Esther wild Wii of Bristol ave a very instructive lecture the l Are of the it Tho parents and vouchers Circle on Friday after noon. The juniors of the Langhorne High school will entertain the seniors some time in the near future. Aithur p. Townsend met Wilh tin Accident to his new Auto while learn Jig to guide it. The car smashed into a Telegraph pole and was considerably broken As the car was insured jul or. Townsend not Hurt it was a Orli Ingle Accident. This sunday evening the Bev. Homer w. Topo superintendent of the Philadelphia District of the Anli Saloon league will give an address at the methodist episcopal Church at 7.45. All Are most cordially invited. Mrs. Davy Whitehead who was taken seriously ill while visiting at her cousins or. James b. Candy has regained her usual health us returned to her Home in Ilieva. The Semi annual Jug breaking and reception of the presbyterian Iti urch occurs thursday evening the 21st. Contents of All jugs and also the Jug it the door to go towards the building fund. Mrs. Rebecca Tomlinson is on the sick list. Fri. Jesse Lukens is recovering from an illness. This Fine weather is renewing the interest in Golf. James ii. Young who has been critically ill. Is improving. A rummage Sale was held by the Langhorne Soross april loth. Or. And mrs. John Lecompte were in Philadelphia visiting relatives this week. Miss Mary Tyson of Chester was a recent guest of miss Maigret Ivins. The ladles auxiliary meets this Friday afternoon at mrs. Howard Mather s. About Twenty dollars was cleared at the rummage Sale held by the St. James altar Guild. Noel c. Kennedy and Ferdinand Keller have had their properties painted by Louis Reynolds. Prof. Henry Walters will address the Soross april 21st, upon the subject of the common sense of mrs. W. Coates Foresman and Cults Elizabeth Foresman who have been visiting mrs. Henry Palmer have re turned to Chicago. Clinton Kirk has been appointed to collect the census of this District und will Start upon his duties the lat Ter part of this week. The c. E. Of the m. E. Church held their monthly social and Busi Ness meeting in the Church parlor on tuesday evening april 12th. Mrs. Benjamin Woodman and miss Minnie Woodman who have spent the greater part of the Winter in Phil Adelphia Dave returned to their Home. The subject of the morning Sermon by Kev. William w. Sweet this Sun Day morning will to selfishness the most popular of mrs. Theodore f. Phillips and daughters miss Sura t. Phillips and miss Anna Phillips have returned to Manor Croft after spending the Winter in California. The work on the Jungfrau railway is progressing so nicely that it will probably be opened next year to Jung Frau Joch where a station and hotel accommodating two Hundred persons have been Hen out of the solid Rock. Newtown. Miss Helen Pownall la a substitute teacher at i Rani College. Miss Anna Palmer la visiting friends la Philadelphia this week. Mrs. John Blackfan visited her Uncle John Luton in Norr Latown on Mon Day. Miss Margaret Mclean wont to new Hope on Friday returning to town us sunday. The w. C. T. U. Will meet on thursday the 14th, at the Bogue of mrs. Ruth Doati. Norman Pusey of Avondale Chea Ter county was a week cud guest of irl ends in town. Mrs. Thomas p. Chambers enter Larned a number of lady friends at a luncheon on saturday. Mrs. Henry c. Thornton and sister Mary Goodman went to Atlantic City on monday for a Brief stay. Or. And mrs. Fred g. Leroy of Tarry town n. Y., Are visiting Cap Utun Aud mrs. Thomas p. Chambers. Edward Hough and son Wallace Hough of new York Wei week end Guo Musof or. And William p. Hicks. Milts Htit Rietl k. Eyre resumed to the Indiana county Normal school on monday morning after u ten Days vacation. Mini Alice f. Hogeland came from Atlantic City on Friday for a few Days visit with her Imrei itt or. And or. H. B. Hogeland. Miss Mary a. Smith has returned from Brookline mass., been attending the High school. In the fall she will enter Hurt Binores College. Or. And mrs. Blacy b. Brown celebrated Belr Twenty fifth Wodding anniversary on saturday evening Belr immediate family and u few intimate friends being the go ext. The new Century club was repro Hon cd Al Tho Eastern District of Penn Sylvania federation of women s clubs at Reading on thursday by the presi Dent mrs. Dora Walton mrs. Al scr Buch mrs. Morton and mix. Cary. The sowing school under the auspices of the new Century club with miss Mela Randall As us Dent with twelve i Carliers closed a successful Sibson b a Ork on saturday afternoon in toll Nam Hall in exhibition of their work was very pleas ing each they had commenced sewing on. An entertainment of music Etc., made the hour very interesting to the Many guests assembled. Burr s self control. Aaron Burr was by Valure and train ing a Man of extraordinary self control. Lie allowed no circumstances to throw him off his balance. An exec role told by Rufus Choate to Richard ii. Dana recorded in or. Dana s la illustrates tie callousness a Blob aided Durr so greatly i control lug himself. Several years after the a cat of Hamilton killed by Durr la a Duel Burr visited Dostou and or. Devereux of Salem paid him some attentions the visitor was taken to the Boston athenaeum where while to two men were walking through the gallery of sculpture or. Dec rent happened to catch sight of n Trust of Hamilton Tho to unlit uns hed his mind that Burr might not Cire to be con fronted Wilh the sight of the feature of the Viau be had Lalu. But no. Bun was undisturbed. Lie also espied the bust and although or. Dove re in had instinctively turned away be walked up to it and said in a loud tone a Here is then passing Bis fingers Ploug certain lines of the face be added there was the Hamilton s contemporaries gave him credit for possessing a poetic wind. Hulmev1lle items mrs. C Yium Smith a suit thursday in Philadelphia. The Piva her fur next sunday Iuo id ingot Lem. E. Church will be or. Till up. of the state Board of health were on u Lour la our town this week. Or. And in Alexander Cromon sunday vial lug at stoop s Corner. Fred hlckle., who has been working it Peeso websters ban returned to the school at Carlisle. Or. And mrs. Howard a Quant and family wore spending saturday and sunday in Trenton. The business meeting of uie met at the Homo of Goorge on monday evening. Mix Margaret Barkley of Trenton spent saturday and sunday with or. And mrs. George Douglass. Or. And my. George Ridge and m i t i Lihla a Cudoni were calling on friends in town on sunday. Or. And my. Adolph Polenberg jr., to commence housekeeping in Ling horse in the ii ear future. The Nesb Maluy Church its left i anniversary in the new build ing from May 16th until the 22nd. H. L. Muser Luu purchased the property next to bin Toro in Hulme Vullo which belonged to the jews Johnson estate. Or. And my. Harry Schlater of and Charles Kulcke of Philadelphia sunday with William family. The Epworth league inept ing of he m. K Clu Iruh will he Leithy hit Cicitt Macelwee next sunday even no. The topic will be the flirts inn the which in to be eld in Hlubb Hullon saturday even no by the order of the wild Bone a Inu Ieli of the Noa Hainon Lodge i Romphes to be very Luter eating. Do i0t mass it Eden. The children of or. A Llllian Art Uff Ereis from Noeun los. Mix. Daniel wan recently business suitor in town. Steeble input Friday of Asl week in 1 Ella Delphila. William Lontz of 1 he Ladelphia was visiting relatives la town on sunday. Or. And mrs. Nelson Chi Lex Are receiving congratulations upon the birth of a son. My. Christian Bauer miss Katie mid miss Edna Auer were visitors la he Ladelphia last week. Misses Isabel porch and f. Mizirl n John were sunday guests at the Lonie of William d. Lukins. Or. And ure. Dennis Mcgee of Iri lol were sunday visitors of their laughter mix. Liomati Keating. Mrs. Henry Froelich and daughter Mary have Letu Nied to their Home n West j by Ladelphia after upending boil us Lime with sin. George Cutler. Penns Manor. Recipe cares weak kidneys free. Relieves urinary and kidney troubles. Backache Strain ing swelling Etc. Stops pain in the bladder kidneys and Back. Would t it be Nice within a week or to to begin to my goodbye forever to the scalding dribbling a training or too frequent Punge of urine the forehead and the Buck of the the and pains in the haole growing Meaole weal Neh ipod before the eyes yellow Byln dug Tah Bowel swollen eyelids or Ankles leg unnatural wort breath Aud the despondency t i have a recipe for these troubles that you can depend on. And if you want to make a Quick Reno very you ought to write and get copy Oft. Many a doctor would charge you 13.60 just for writing bib prescription but 1 have it and will be glad to Send it to you entirely free. Drop me line like thl or. A. Be. Robinson Luck building Trott mich., and i will Send it by return mall in a Plain envelope. As you will see when you get it this recipe contain Only pure Barr Lees re Medlee but it has Graat Healing and Power. 1-Lfretnr-tf animal vanity. In a Small town la Jersey there la a Corner grocery where you my buy anything from a Twenty foot ladder to a Pearl necklace. Adhesive plaster sauerkraut and toilet articles Are also 3old, and i Case of necessity you May get a Hilr Cut or a horse shod in the Back Yard. Some hint since a Farmer stopped la the store to get some horse liniment to rub the rheumatism out of a kick cow and two or three Dayi later be came Back with a life sized kick. Look Here be complain log by remarked i wish be would be a Lection mag lit More Kerful How be throw pc self Back o bet counter. T other Day be give to Cologne in bread o Boss liniment and gosh dast if i did t put it on bet sick cow Afore j found out what it it did t Hurt her any did broke in the grocery Man. Can t nay Vliet it answered the Farmer but Ever sence she has bad twiet Sweet Sincl Llu stuff on her she Hain t done a darned thing but jes look at her rejection Luther Duck Pond an Telegraph. Damascus a Garden City. Damascus is a Garden City touched by the great desert. Under Ita roses one feels the Sands. Beside its trem bling Waters one dreams of the trem bling Mirage. The cry of its Muezzin seems to Echo from Ita mosque towers to that most wonderful thing in nature which is god without the breath of the wastes passes among the poplars As that bedouin boy passed among the merchant when he came and when a went. In Damascus one hears the two voices. Aud when one looks from the sacred Mountain upon that City of dream cradled among the Woods one sees far off the Tawny be ginnings of that other magic a Blob looks out from the bedouin s eyes. And though perhaps with the pilgrims from Samarkand one loves to rest be Side the fountains under the Hedges of roses one is aware of the other love Intercourse with which has made Damascus an earthly Paradise for them and for Huchens in . Hello. Said Salt Ken. Meet ing his Friend on the Street. How goes All right i said Barker. Seen Bobble sponge Tea Bobble is Down at my place at Westhampton now. I invited him Down for the week Why i thought that was three weeks ago i a said Barker but Yon know. Bobble is an Eipert at Malone both ends weekly not his fault irate woman these photographs Bra made of myself and husband Are not at All satisfactory and i refuse to accept them. Photographer what s wrong with them irate wrong Why my husband looks like a Baboon photographer Well that s no fault of mine Madam. You should have thought of that before you bad him news. The Trees and shrubs a Blob produce some sort of rubber grow in a narrow Belt round the world within five de Green North and brat of the Equator. Air. And mrs. Margeru imn of morals Volle. W John h. Grenlee and fill or. And my. James l. Maths and laughter of Trenton Al noted mrs. Caroline i. Liluer on monday. Misses Mabel Citzman and Edith Larrabee of Bristol called on friends it View on sunday last. Margerum and cell were Guestt of family on Huu Driy last. My. Harry Hull Ash of Hopewell j., was the great of her sister mrs. F. from Friday 111 monday. Good cheer and dark is the Jeri Tikiun Endeavor topic for next sunday evening to be led by miss Mary Baker. Misses Alyce and Junta Hays of Penn Valley were the Guesta of their Slater Flora Hays from Friday till Hau Mlay. Mrs. Ella m. Ketcham and Elsie Huck nuut of Philadelphia were guests at the Hoine of her Mother mrs. James it Lytton last saturday and sunday. Rev. John Gorton delivered a Beautiful Sermon in the Chapel last Bun any evening from the text Rev. The first clause. Mrs. Ult of Sang in her pleasing manner the hymn t no night the a bold rendered a selection they shall be or. And mrs. William Booth a dirty in a number of friends at their Home lust saturday evening. The Lime was pleasantly spent la games and social Chat after which refi Eab in its were served. Those Preot were or. And mrs. Hugh Stirling or. Und mrs. William Booth misses Ethel Leedom Elizabeth louder Back Mary a. Belden sticker Ethel m. James race l. Stirling mean. Thomos Bradford John r. Hal non math Las Louderback tie Onse c. Lee Dom William fre.1 Leedom George h. Rower Theodore w. Ster Ling Stephen in Itata Howard and Charles Louderback. In 1875 the Oil production for the entire United states 8.8 million barrels was less than that of the single state of Texas 11.2 million in 1808. Pan Hon by Means of a systematic warfare on the Prairie dogs of the South Western part of the United states W. Hal Loon has killed of these Ani Mals. A baby Walrus of six months will eat about fifty pounds of codfish in the course of a Day. Do it now. Sum not it filet a Twute. sep newspaper the appalling death rate from kid Ney disease is due in most cases to the fact that the Little kidney troubles Are usually neglected until they be come serious. The alight symptoms give place to Din Den and the Zuberer goes gradually into the grasp of , blight s Dis ease gravel or some other Serpoui form of kidney complaint. K you suffer from backache head aches dizzy spells if the Kudcey secretions Are irregular of passage and unnatural of passage and unnatural la appearance do not delay. Help the kidneys at once. Doan s kidney Pill Aie especially for kidney disorders they cure where others fall. Over one Hundred thous and people have recommended them. Here s a Case at Home William h. To Toms 1019 Pond Street Bristol pa., says i med Doan e kidney pills and found them to be worthy of endorsement Hyback pained me for borne time end nothing helped me until i procured Doan a kidney pills. I am grateful to this remedy for the cure it for by All dealer. Prim to co. New York sole agents for United remember the no other. Spa Peri
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