Bristol Bucks County Gazette in Bristol, Pennsylvania
4 Feb 1910

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4 Feb 1910

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Bucks County Gazette, The (Newspaper) - February 4, 1910, Bristol, PennsylvaniaI that we Dean Louse. Stock into another Liko our ill Slier tie Winter is Niu Jiuu Wcislik and her. Iko a business it re Ara Tik Olfa Al r pc Vert size of kilns. It Lar a 3 ii. Intelligence. In next wednesday aim Les Day. ?1. Henderson aged 63 yen rep died on monday of heart .1 Burns of Cedar Street if in Al fill condition suffering with tuberculous. Frank j. Haggerty and him Nellie Iii id Hosier la very Iii at Bis rail Donre on Lent Romiee Street threatened with typhoid pneumonia. An inventory amounting to 8838.76 bait Boon lied in the estate of the late Albert m. Johnson of a Trtol. The to Rolls of Lii Gaborno will be info afternoon by the Bristol Trau l Cululi at the Home of my. Burnel land Coli. Thu Florence Campbell ims Ellb drawn her resignation As teacher in the Lilli Ali incl her health having considerably improved a Inar Rimiko License was issued lint week to Herbert Tiplady and Mioi Lutele m. Huiley daughter of Wil Liam Lurcy. Or in Ristol. Tie full Mil books have been or dered Llu Loris Tel Library. The Island Hegen Craton Anne of and when a Man marries. Wenle Luln the Mill Street photo Era her i Iii Purchi Isid Hie Cameniti o clock. The Young Man has lice ii named Leslie. Mabel aged seven years the third a Mclim of Sci Inlet fever among children of or. And mrs. Itic Hanl .mn.vliern, of lir extol township died us the Pic atm Home on monday. Thucie who lie Ash wednesday ser Vici Hal it. Jui Ike Church next Wick lit 7.ju p. Address by Rcv. Frank w. It Crit. On sunday Kev. 8 k Royer will administer the holy com Munion. V. V. Vans int who recently sold his House on until Street to the Penn Lial Road company has Pur the Brick residence of Joshua Timi illion hit Street to is. Murks school. The slain Ilung cast Iron pipe and foundry company of Bristol is advertising in the financial columns of the Philadelphia first mortgage sinking fund live per cent. 1 Tiki ids due july 1, idas mrs. Sullivan aged to Yean lied at in i Home 321 Jefferson ave nue on wednesday morning at seven o clock of heart disease. The funeral will Lake place on saturday. Inter i my ii it Burlington n. J. Don t forget the supper to be Given i at the Jefferson Avenue school build Angela in crowd do assemble and the wings on their backs do feathers resemble so because we re found there for Norae Punoo we must go does t Nec Eulate loss or gain in our we arc Only boys and human at that Over a clubhouse o Youw Oti to Knabl Aro they be got to e some place to we e it a clubhouse or leave it to Ormom and circulate lit rally Wile Are Wundt he Don t p cd hot Down to the base and examine the Root. And some Day i. J. A. A Iii Loii Bov i ing by the teachers and ski ours this a Royal Good time is pro i led. The funds will be used to i Ward the Purchase of a piano. On wednesday evening january 120, Krvin Brooks or of to Clefs i Bucks county and miss Bessie k i Saxton of Bristol were pulled in i marriage by Bev. 8. W. Go Lirett d. Id., at the methodist parsonage. Tho presbyterian choir will give an including refreshments Len the Church on next Wilday Cven Long february 1, at eight o clock. A ill Nannt evening is promised those attend. Tickets Twenty cents. Philip Winter of Washington Street. I has Iii led the ice House on the Kerne properly on bad Cliffe Street with Twenty live tons of ice from River. John Angus the ice Cream Nian Uduc Turer has also harvested a Laige crop. G have also Ninny other Large con Iii hta. Bayni Ond Shaw was severely beaten some companions on Wood Street inc Vicinity of the Kyle urls Gravo last thursday evening. The men All intoxicated. Albert Bishop arrested for the assault and Luul a Bill l ing before Squire Kraft but was discharged for Lack of evidence. Postmaster Minster attended the Sale of county treasurer Wilmer Cornell at Warrington on wednesday and purchased a number of thou ugh tie Sale was largely at a did and amounted to or. Or null has Given up farming and i will hereafter reside in Doylestown. Several robberies have occurred in fourth Ward within the last few ays. Early saturday morning thieves entered James Roche s Butcher shop pm Pine Street and stole a lot of meat land chickens. Michael Downs Buck Llcy Street lost several chickens tues play night and Arthur Kelly of Pine Street Hud a number of chickens Olin. The annual masquerade dance of who members and their families Wil the Given by the Allemania Verein a clubhouse on saturday evening 8. A Large crowd is expect As this annual dance has proved my. Slack honoured. The Buckley Street Mission Hunda school has been discontinued for Bir teen years yet those of its members who were Active in the school at it close continue to make their Anima Call on superintendent. Mrs. J m. Slack to show their love for her mid to celebrate her birthday. On tuesday evening february 1st the Small company gathered at tin borne of their i ind on Ridic Loftt Street Bristol to congratulate her on the anniversary of another birthday making four spore and three years. In Honor of the occasion and in by Milf of the company James f eighteen cow a it maintained for a ear at an actual 1ms. Judge Hinkley to speak. Judge ii. Hinkley of Danville Lon Tuur county pa., will address the in s meeting at the Bristol Baptist Church next sunday afternoon at four o clock. The Arjust Sisters four in number accomplished vocalists of Jefferson Avenue Bristol will Shir. Eliom who heard judge Hinkley when he was Here last year will undoubtedly want to hear him on Sun Day As he is considered to lie one of the Liest speaker that have addressed the Lien s meeting. Study of Trees Bird Protection Delaware Valley Nara Litu cum the meeting then adjourned. Mangled to pieces on 1 he Railroad. Remains of unidentified negro found by track Walker at Tull town. The horribly mangled remains of Ai known negro were found Al out 8.30 a quiday night by n Tiack Walker on he Pennsylvania i Irani it the rear f William Home in Tully own. The unfortunate victim proved n lie a negro but there was no menus y which he could of identified. Deputy Coroner Lino of Bristol was Iii Monad and Tho fragments if what once 11 Huni Uii being were gather d up Btry tulling Over a distance of 00 feet no air the truck and brought Bristol to line s under linking stub so mint. Or. Rue slated that in nil is experience he never a worn tangled Corpse. The Bead was Sci from the body and crushed by vim ii both legs and bulb Rma were Cut off and the trunk Sci in Twain. All the clothing had ecu Cut to shreds but enough Hind to learn that the Man wore be Iron Inicis a Light overcoat and a get plaid so dirt. The remains were ruled in the Potter s held at Bristol 1 tuesday. Rolling Mill shut Down and factories Dis charging help. Lie Pant to he the most popular one Volven during he year by the club will furnish the Fri Pic. J. Edward level to real broker. Lax rented the following Tiro i or tics 004 Bath Street Fred i Craft owner to Thon Raa Williams account not formerly with the ill Ned Trust company him Hyrtice it reel a. 1. A Leto owner to Joaeph Cedar Street Terrill Doug owner to Joseph Spizzano of Philadelphia. The crippled Hoy Willie a Iunker Tor the Benefit of whom the Sunshine Hilety held n lag Day in Bristol t i minor owing to his incurable Ilton has been compelled to leave new York institution. Bev. Upon receiving notice that Iho boy must be removed from the be. Interested himself in tie lad s Alf and seemed his admission ibis Elk in the state institution at ring City a. Witter the Mill Street Baker wan Lonai durably excited one Day last Veek when upon going to his stable in the morning he found the door and his horse gone. The con i Hulon was that the animal Hud been stolen. Later it was Learned that the t just took a gentle leave of a during the night and strolled to his former quarters in the Able of Claud Harris from whom or. Witter recently purchased the on next sunday and monday even Bev. Delea Edwin Finks of few York will deliver an illustrated lecture at the presbyterian Church. Line lecture will be concerning its Gold immense glaciers Tod lowering and the Curi customs of the natives. 1 to other Tare will be about curious Loci leans Marinoni. And the Holett even Era in the continent. The Are Given with a double Stere it icon and Are very Superior and Soieau Trully coloured. A Silver offering be taken each evening. H. E. Paisley treasurer of the Philadelphia 4 beading Railroad Kim Spany will deliver an address to Loen at the Baptist Church next Bur Day evening february 10. It impossible to secure or. Paisley Lor the regular men s meeting on Lunday afternoons so Bev. Johnston Lac coded to have a men s meeting on a a Day evening in order to have distinguished Railroad official or. Kesley s subject will be p following a All the men if the town Are cordially invited to be Cobee and Sand Lohen will e served in the lecture room after girl in a to found. On monday afternoon and evening february 7th, St. Mark s drank to association will produce ibo three a comedy drama one girl in a thou and a farce entitled the bowery night in St. Mark Hall. Both the foregoing Are from the pen of John t. Mclntyre and a plea Sun evening is promised to those who at lend. The comedy drama la Replete with striking situations and is brim fill of fun and laughter. The scene o this play is Laid in new York. Dal Ion Marshall n spendthrift having his own Fortune determine 10 marry his Cousin Katherine Gor Ion that he might get control of hers Katherine is in love with a Young Man named Bob Shannon who is employed in the office of Marshall in order to destroy Katherine s love Lor Shannon Marshall decides to Brand him As a thief. So he removes n package of government Bonds fron ills own Safe the combination o which is known Only to Shannon and himself and forthwith accuses Shan non of stealing them. As there is no apparent motive for ids action the assertion that Shan non is guilty seems to have Good foundation. The latter aces and finds Refuge in the Home of mrs. Dalley a f inner Friend of his Mother. Marshall bets spies to work and Shannon is seen in King to Nan the daughter of mrs. I Muley. Being confident that Nan would reveal the whereabouts of Bis Orner clerk Marshall Bug her of tulle and taken to his House on the Hudson above Tarrytown. Nan is confident the Bonds which were said i be stolen Are concealed somewhere n this House and makes a thorough of the building but without re sult. In order to give his act a Legal Sera Lauce Marshall has the girl informed hat she is confined in the tombs and Nan pretends to believe it. Before abduction Nan waa engaged to marry Budge Miller a Butcher s boy now learns where she is concealed Froin gallon Lafour Marshall Silot and hurries with his Mother o the House on the Hudson. Matters having become very complicated mar Liall decides to further Tho marriage if Pudge and Nan. He gives Pudge Ort Las securities to the amount of and a suit of clothes in which were secreted the package of Bonds supposed to have been stolen by Shan Ion. Nan reveals the worthlessness f the Bonds which Marshall gave to Edge and in removing them from his to consign them to the waste Musket Pudge also pulls out the gov in Merit Bonds. In this Way san Ion is cleared and Marshall arrested n a charge of conspiracy. Shannon wins Katherine Pudge and Nan Are re bulted and Lafour Falls in love with the charming Irish widow my. Dalley. 11 that is necessary to say about lie bowery night school is that is a Roar of laughter from Start to finish. A prominent business Man of the second warn of Bristol keens in close touch with the local Indus Ilal situation in conversation Wilh a Gazette representative on tuesday declared that there ims never been a time during recent years when there were so Many people out of work As at the present. According to his claims the Mills arc so Slack on orders that hundreds of operatives have been Laid Oil awaiting a revival of business conditions. In one big cussing arc Plant Bluit employs Between six Ana seven Hund red people nearly three fourths of that number Are now out of employ ment. Of the 100 Loon in the factory but 43 Are running and practically All of the Wool Sorters Are walking tie streets. The rolling Mill which Between one and two Hundred men has shut completely until fur bet notice. The carpet Industry is hat and Ore big factory that employs about 600 people is running on three Quarter whal a ten cent and. Did. Lust week James Rogers of Bristol township telephoned in to place a unload in the at ouse pole cutters and tie or. Kagera came to the office this week to express his gratification As to tie results of the acl. He sail he got All the men he could use. He said he never knew there were so Many tie mkt is in this Vicinity until he made use of Hie Gazette s advertising columns. Or. Rogers is furnishing tics for the Pennsylvania Railroad to be used in the Woik of building the new line through Bristol. Alumni elect at a meeting of the alumni association of the Bristol High school held on monday evening the follow ing officers were elected to serve the cuing year president Albert o. vice president. James h. Brooks Secretary and treasurer miss Anna l. Simpson. There a attendance of member at the meeting and the m Diat ions were thut new life Las been injected into the organization. A committee was appointed to arrange to raise funds to reimburse the depicted Treasury. Walter Wroe goes to Penitentiary. Walter Wroe formerly of Bristol who with Fred a. Was convicted in Tho Luzerne county court of to cheat and defraud the Slack la Iron knitting Mills of thousand dollars was sen ii Ceil last saturday to the costs i Fine of and undergo solitary in hip Luzerne county Iralson for one year and six months. Fudge Ferris told the two men. In Entong ing them that their Case was her Ionia one owing to the fact that in nid been deliberately planned and Bat be must impose a a Eutence severe 11 its nature but would be guided by be jury a recommendation of mercy. Indifferent to moral conditions. Asa sequence to the Sermon preached is sunday evening at the Bristol Lefroi Church on r. Be Brett tie pastor will next undid a evening take As Bis topic the crime of a tiring the present week or. Gehrt to bus sent the following question to a number of in preventative Titi Zeith of the Borough requesting their answers Why Are so Many persons in Bris Tol indifferent to the existing moral the importance of including in the curriculum of the Public schools the study of Trees thereby educating the american youth to Tho necessity of Timber preservation and the imme Diate need of a National conservation movement in tie interests of Bird life occupied the Delaware Valley Natur lists 0nion at its mid Winter meet no at the Academy of natural sciences nineteenth and tace streets yesterday. Thu principal speaker were pro Fessor Wesley n. Clip tool instructor of history Southern manual training school an attache of the National for Estry Bureau and Witmer Stone con Servator of Birds and animals acad Emy of natural sciences. The inclination of state legislative bodies to tamper with the game Laws at every session to the detriment of Bird life was severely criticised. Seventy five members i presenting the thirteen scientific organizations of Delaware and Philadelphia counties Western new Jersey and Delaware at tended. State health commissioner or. Samuel o. Dixon who was to Nave welcomed the visitors was unable to do so because of illness and that function was performed by or. J. Nolan Secretary of the acad Eniy. The response was made by James l. Pennypacker. President of the Union a brother of sex governor Samuel Pennypacker. Hait Lui stoves room few pairs runt i Stock to o. Kemble cow Fob Ben Man Bristol Pike above Croydon. 2-1 i for Street nor wanted apply at s. Gine ering co., 119 s. Nth St., pnlla., a Larimer a Tours Foreman or manager. Can give reference. Address Box i Bristol a. , clearance Sale of All Winter goods. It. Soott and cannot of Duplica Lor these Price 8 underwear men s fleece a tied regular Vuk. Men s fleece ribbed regular Doc. Wen s All Wool regular men s All Wool regular boy s fleece lined regular 32c 39c 75c 20c or dwelling no. 816 Radcli Leto Street. Possession april 1st. Angly to mrs. E. T. Forsyth Anut s Delphia. Phone 1886 Delmont. F9.b Bent three Story Brick do eng situated at 242 Mill Street. All . Store can be rented separate an Bath Street painted and p i in try will rent urges education of youth. In his address professor Clifford said the matter of conservation of natural resources is being More seriously considered at the present time than at any other period in the his tory of the country. Tin attempt of the trusts to control the Forest lands of the country has aroused Public sentiment to such an extent that drastic measures have been resorted to by the government to protect its Timber land. The Best plan to Aid this movement in later years is to educate the youth of today in the elements of the Trees. If the subject was taught in the Public shools of our land More tone Uncial results would accrue therefrom than from Ordinary knowledge of the languages and wants Birds protected. A National movement in the inter ests of Bird life was suggested by or. Stone As a possible remedy of the pre sent defective state Laws. The conservation of Bird he said is a serious the insectivorous Bird is a valuable asset in Tho country because of its destructive Pou or. There Aro but two methods of Deal ing with the matter legislation and education. The former has proved ineffective because of the tendency of the state legislators to tamper with the Laws at every session. The immediate need of a National movement in the interests of the matter is realized by students of tie subject and everything possible should lie Floii to interest Congress in the mat Ter. The afternoon address of or. 8. Schmucker of the West Chester nor Mal school on the Battle line of was most interesting and instructive. As usual he was brim Ming Over with enthusiasm for his subject carrying his audience with he new Hax the yf1 to Dusl Rulo tenant Fred i Kraft 136 Rad litre Street. 12-ffl-tr for Bent did Homestead apartments at f Edgely Tor three two sex room and one five room suites. Apply to r i. Kraft 125 Radcliffe Street. 7-16-tf leu s sweaters Alt Wool regular Slen s dress shirts lieu Lar men s cups regular a in. Men s 60c. Caps latest styles. Men s Winter Caps lie Gular boy s Caps regular 25c. 75c 15c 25c 35c 15c men s neckwear regular ii in. Meir i Aii. Long hey last boy s knee pants regular 25c. Boy s knee pants regular Goc. And 76c ladles a Light gowns regular 75c. Rubl cached shinning Mir Iii 30 in. Wide Ito Gulnor Filc. Yard now out lug flannel Seln. k. La Cyd heavy blankets they lust 15c 15c 19c 39c 39c we have All Sitea of trusses from several maim us Enrera. Anyone can be promptly and accurately fitted at. much lower than City prices. Hard rubber single double ill puts Drig Sti re s.w.ctr.lultct4rsb. Bristw a. 1 remember anything Yon buy at this Nile is kudu a Loed to be perfect goods and Are rare bargains. Money cheerfully refunded or goods exchanged if not satisfactory. We give Crown trading Stamps. Insure in the North America i be in losses it what do7o-u Inow a Bou l you Are now inf costs no More in a 11 be company whose responsibility is beyond Nuest Wuu am it Lang to bad inns treet Bristol a., manufacturer of ornamental Iron Iron Fencl Nii cemetery enclosures have you spare Money we can place any amount of Mousy you May have to invent in and meritorious Industrial and other reliable Bec Ullilee Tot Philadelphia bargain House b. Breier 457 Mill Street next to canal Bridge Bristol 1 a. Don t Keiss it one girl in a thousand and Wener i co., fiscal agent 220mint to Lohla. Lady wanted allot the ingrain looms time and silent. Church supper at Cornwell. A Martha Washington supper will to Given by the pastor s Aid society of the Corm cells m. E. Church in p. O. B. Of a. Hall Cornwells on saturday evening february ice Cream candles and fancy articles will also be on Sale. Local news. Sirs. Francis Kelly Pond Street is been visiting friends in Philadel phia. Aids Sestile Winter of Mill Street. Is visiting at the Home of or. And mrs. John Jeffries Milford n. J. Or. And mrs. Gilbert Hosier of Sarb Cruh i a., were the guests of or. And mrs. George l. Leigh Over sunday. Or. And mrs. S. T. Fox and miss h. Ray Fox of . Were guests this week at the methodist i Rosnage. Buying your drugs at Fabian s is he Best health insurance. These drugs Are pure and and Iricks right. Or. And mrs. A g. Line of Bris of were at the a Halcome Atlantic pity Over sunday the guests of or. Ind mrs. Frederick Leibfreid. The business of the w. U. Will be held at the Homo of Liss Mathias 123 Mulberry Street on monday evening february 7. Mrs. Bailie Kaufmann who has Een visiting her Mother mrs. Sarah Citzman. Washington Street bus re urn cd to her Home in Newark Ohio miss Sophia Penn of Norristown Lieut saturday and sunday with miss Myrtle Shivler Pond Street. Slits Alines and miss Sadie Jones Ollie West Jersey homeopathic Hospi in Cai Deu were also miss Shivler s tests on sunday. A dinner will be Given under the spices of the stewardesses of tie Cthel a. E. Church at the Resi ence of mrs. Willhite 911 Radcliffe reel on thursday evening. February 7. Dinner will be served from 6 to 0 tickets Twenty five cents. Rewwa the readers of this paper will be pleased to Arn that there is at least one dreaded die the replies to above interrogatory will lie rend from tie pulpit by or. Gabrett preceding the evening Sermon. The service will undoubtedly be uniquely interesting. A wireless entertainment. The members of the graduating class of the Bristol High school accompanied by miss Florence Campbell teacher were uniquely entertained on fue Aday evening by g. Victor Smith at his Home on Mill Street. The guests were invited to the Young Man s wireless Telegraph Sta Tion which is located in Bis borne and 11 demonstration of the system was Given in which All seemed very much interested. Several messages were Beard which were being sent Between new York Philadelphia and Wilmington. Him. The new Hall of the Academy of natural science is up to Date in every respect and admirably adapted for the purposes intended. News of the churches methodist episcopal. Or. S. W. Gehrett pastor. 10.30 a. In., communion. Coats. All up to Date n y Clov honest line on the Market coiling direct the Mills you will find our prices a fronts to 830.00 weekly. Samples and Lull instructions packed in a neat Sample 1iippt? prepaid. No Money required. Inclusive territory. Write for particulars. To first to apply Standard Itress goods co., dept cells bin Chainton the bowery night school to be produced by St. Marks dramatic association h. H. H. Dyspepsia remedy. A Cortlan Sofo Aud Plo Muu remedy for the cure of All forms of dyspepsia indigestion Billious Ness Colic Etc. H. H Headset car. Of Wood Nurt Wuhan ton Siwu url Itol Ioir Farmers National Bank of Bucks county St. Xx.ajl.1l, fifth anniversary Martha Royal court of Cyrano no 5 will give a dance in 1 Ethlan Hall Wood St., Bristol pa., on Friday evening Feu. 11, 1810. Good music by Bristol orchestra. Mrs. E. Miller treas. Florence Farrell Sec. Admission 23 cents. Come one. Come All. Monday afternoon and evening feb. 7 administrator s Sale estate. Of Seal sunday school out entertained. On saturday evening the sunday school class of mrs. William Belz wus entertained by miss Edna Mccoy at the Home of Theodore Daniels Bristol. A very pleasant evening was spent in games alter which refresh ments were served. Those present were or. And mis. Theodore Daniels mrs. William Betz mrs. Kate Mccoy mrs. Firman Young mimics Edna Mccoy Ethel Strad Ling Amanda Smyer Lizzie Simon son Wae Helsel Violetta Vanhorn Luttio Gleason Verna Betz. Jul ilium Daniels Jesse Betz Howard Smoyer John Dungu and Raymond Mccoy. Dreaded die ase that science has been Able to cure in All s states and that is Catarrh. Hall s Ca Arr cure is the Only positive cure now Nown to the medical fat Ernly. Catarrh Tut Lonal disease requires a treatment. Hall s Catarrh ure is taken internally acting directly a of the strength ass Sunc the were Stem thereby destroying the foundation of w disease and lying the patient strength f building up the Constitution and ass Sunc iture in doing its Faith no do vet much s la s family rail Tor constipation. Own form a Neil. A Bristol nest of owls a beneficial and fraternal secret organization was instituted lust week with about two Hundred members. The organization proposes not Only to sick and funeral benefits but in Case of illness of members to provide a physician and medicines without any extra charges. The Lodge also proposes to have the club House feature. The meeting for organization was held in Moline an Ball Aud the following offic ers were elected Theodore Goble past president John j. Kilcoyne president , Dent j. E. Dover Sec retail Watson lip Pincott treasurer Frank h. Flum Invocato j. Leavitt Fine jr., Warden j. Schmidt senti Nel John Mckay picket or. E. Y. Rich physician j. L. Fine sr., fled Hall j. Winder t. Roche and Samuel Williams trustees. Fallington cares not for choir eur no t gift. Congressman Irving p. Wangor re presenting the eighth District com prising the counties of Bucks and Montgomery sent seven mail sacks full under Frank of Public Docu ments to the Doylestown Law Library measuring Twenty Lineal feet when placed on shelves. Doyles Lown received the dreary tomes which evidently spurred the Alert Congress Man to further activity and later a letter was written to a prominent Fallsington politician who does not cure to have his name mentioned offering to the Fallsington Library a Hunch of government publications. The Fallsington Library is not at present prepared to extend its confines. The proffered gift of the congressman was not acceptable. The politician was in a predicament. How could be deny the lofty Magua minty of the devoted representative ill Congress Listl a thought Pene trates. The services of the librarian were solicited and that fair custodian of the volumes assumed the task of gently informing the congressman the motive which prompted the gift of the substantially bound records Lack of space prohibited the Fallsington Library from accepting the donation. Along with the Rise in the Cost of living the Cost of funerals has been advanced in some cities so that now it s cheaper to try to exist than to die. 2.00 p. M., sunday school Mission Ary collection. 6.45 p. M., Epworth league. Following the Sermon off Gamb last sunday evening the Tor will preach at 7.45 p. On the crime of important brotherhood meeting monday evening in the Church parlor. Class meetings sunday 9.30 a. And tuesday 8.00 p. Junior up Worth league wednesday 4.00 p. Prayer meeting 8.00 p. Meeting of Church collectors Friday evening 8.00 p. Four persons United with the Church last sunday. Presbyterian. Sunday services 10.30 a in. And 7.30 p. In. The pastor will preach in the morning. In the evening Rev. Delas e. Finks will in Cutie on strange indians mexicans this lecture will be Given with ninety superbly coloured views shown by double stereo Timon and Calcium Light. On monday night or. Finks will Jecture on Alaska and its tills also will be superbly illustrated. A Silver offering for the Benefit of Home missions will be taken. Sunday school 2.30 p. Christian Endeavor 0.45 n. In. Tuesday evening ladies Union and t. N. C., 8 p. Wednesday evening prayer meeting and teachers training chess. The women s Home missionary society will meet at 3.30 p. In., thurs Day february 10, in miss Lawrence s school room. Evening Mission study class at manse. Thursday february 10, at 8 o clock subject South America. Baptist. The pastor will preach on sunday morning Sermon to be followed by holy communion. Sunday school 2 p. Men s meeting at 4 o clock. Judge h. Hinkley of Danville will make the address and the Argust Sisters will sing. Young Peoples meeting at 0.45. Judge Hinkley will occupy the Pul pit at the evening service at 7.45. St. Pauls episcopal. Services next sunday will be As follows continuation service administered by Bishop Whitaker and holy com Munion 10.30 a. Sunday school 2.30 p. Evening prayer and song service 7.30. The appointments for the week Are As follows girls Friendly society monday 8 a m. Boys club. 8 p. Women s Guild at residence of mrs. Bostwick tuesday 3 p. Evening prayer wednesday 8.30. Women s auxiliary Parish House wednesday 3 p. Boys club thursday 8 p. Choir practice Friday 8 p. There will be a meeting of Young men in the Parish House Wiedri Sedoy evening at 8 o clock for the purpose of organizing a Young men s club. All the Young men of the Parish and their friends Are cordially invited to attend this meeting we lab will be conducted along lines of athletic and educational sciences. Eddington presbyterian. Sunday school with classes for All Ages at 0.30 a. Preaching services at 10.48 a. M., with Sermon by the pastor Rev. T. Clayton Welles. Evening service at 7.45. Consecration meeting on the Model Christian Leader is h. H. Mccoy. Monday evening meeting of session at the manse wednesday evening cottage prayer meeting at residence of Theodore lip Pincott Cornwells. Ladies missionary postponed one week when u will meet with miss Florence Tuckert of Bristol. Newportville Union Chris Tian league. Sunday school Foi All classes 2.80 p. Prayer and Praise service led by or. Dobe Sllen of Hulmeville Epis Copal Church 3.30 p. Evening service led by Bev. To. Vanhorn with song service at 7.30 p. Everybody Welcome to All these services. I pursuant to an order of the orphans court of Bucks county will be sold at Public Wile upon the premises situate Walnut Street Ijar Stoi Pennsylvania on saturday february 12th, 1910, the following described real estate Anies Rageand lot or land containing a by of Walnut h a Dep feet Elg Andi of Bam of 1 he improvements consist or u Frame dwell ing two and one half stories Shingle roof the main House is eighteen by Twenty eight feet containing two rooms each on the Lloret second and third floors Lla sement under Neath. Frame Kitchen attached. U Ell of conditions of Sale. 8100 at close of Sale bal Ance of Purchase Montiy on april 1st, 1910, when a obsession of the premises will be Civ in. Deed at the expense of the purchaser kale to commence at 2 p. John c. Stuckert administrator of Margaret Suic House deceased. Loe. Admission 25o. Tickets for Sale by members and at dough re s printing office Exlar Street. Phone 223. Adults 2cc. Reserved seats 35c. 111 cupid s darts and lovers hearts omit Ihk in Cimi Tschid d. Mil. Cell Lull As originally surplus Profiti. Kari Ion 1 10.000 doom bar Fol la 1908. Has a Well equipped and constantly in creasing Sainti depart edit Hoits 10 rent at from 12.00 up in fire Worflar proof Safe Deposit Vaik Aki Oudino absolute Security account the Umo 1 uie s a Atli. Robert Clark auctioneer. tie Jolly e. B. Minster 2io Odar Street the Day sacred to St. Valentino will soon to Here. Tkv Crone especially inc peo ple will want to the pretty custom Osc Ndang Little tokens of and Friendship. Our Block or Valentines and cards in Aud Lark. Lots of pretty but ouse. The Lii text or Catlong in lace and Ilow Erh. A full line of comic ones. Whether you want Valentines for Fri or it Nelm Clit Ihrk hoc our window and then the Tho re s the place to come far wide Choice and prices Ulander within. From be. To 00. Fabian s pharmacy Radcliffe and Hulberry streets Bristol a. Have your prescriptions filled there. No extra charges for delivery. Phone 78-n. The enia Tloka h lion served tour enc Ratoni or Hue it county and Tou in time or trouble a Balacco in in like an Anchor to Andward to j r i am ready to do your auction Erin Best results. Reasonable rates. Phone 16g-a. Bristol. A. Get estate notice. Estate of Michael Perky late of Bristol Borough Bucks county i a., deceased. T Etters testamentary having been Grant la de to tie undersigned All persons indebted to said estate Are requested to make ment and All to Iowa having Legal claims will present them without delay in proper form j. Olleson and James. Attorneys. Estate notice. When on yur pleasure or business Tiu to Philadelphia Don t fail to Stop in a hour or two m Keith s the one orca show spot of the Quaker Cit i world wide bigger and Thau in iut history shows Dally a Unco night All seats reserved except 2d Baicou always something special for the children Vou can always Reserve your seals by insures the Best fan Haf Lonal Bant of bocks co. Rel slow i a., Ian. Nth 1010. j0 be of this Hal k hold this Day in Wiur Stanro of Public nonce Tho following stockholders were re year d rcclor8 to a Servo for ensuing Hen ruin j. Pavlok Ilku Kur a. Holoku Akka 1iahvey h. , chak1.k8 k. Bcott John c. Stock but a. Huksr1.l he Hon Kosbi h r. Gov say. Unanimously reflected president. W88 oiaiu.e8 k. Scott. The Independent Mutual fire insurance company estate of Rabecca Peak late of Falls town ship Bucks co., Dee d. Letters testamentary having been h of Stone All person san debated to said estate Are requested to make payment and those having Legal claims will present them without delay in proper form for settlement to John a. Sudell. Peak John c. Stuck Kkt executors. Attorney Bristol a. 1-284c estate notice i estate of Joseph Henry Smith late of Bristol Borough Bucks co., i a., dec d. Letters of administration having been granted to the undersigned All persons indebted to said estate Are requested to make payment and those having Legal claims will for settlement to j. Stuckert a try Bristol a. Administer matrix Bristol i a. 1-21-ht estate notice. Estate or Saba n p. Lan Castu late of Bris Tol Borough Bucks county i a., deceased. Letters testamentary having been granted to the undersigned All persons indebted to said estate Are requested to make payment and those having Legal claims will present hem without delay in proper form for settlement to Edward h. Foster John c. Stuckert attorney. Executor. Bristol a. Estate notice. Estate of Edgar Titus late of Bristol town Filp Bucks co., pa., dec d. T Etters testamentary having been granted to the undersigned All Persona indebted to Bald estate Are requested to make payment and those having Legal claims will it them without Deli for settlement to 12-01-fit it delay in proper form Marble v. Titus. Executrix. Cut prices at the Childs co. Stores lard per Pound 14c Pearl Creek peas can lie 3 big pkg. Corn starch Loc Orange cling apricots can 12c Brown sugar per lb., 4 l-2c prepared buckwheat pkg., Loc Ceylon blend Tea 1-4 lb., Loc estate notice. Estate of Marg Abt Stackhousr late or Bristol Borough Bucks county dec d. Payment and those having Legal claims will present them we thong delay in proper form Tor settlement to John c. Std debt administrator omit Bristol a Windsor hotel w. T. Brubaker. Manager Midway Between Broad Street station and Reading terminal on Filbert Street. Europeo per us v aae Rieu per Day uni the Only moderate priced hotel of reputation and consequence in Philadelphia Peanut butter kisses lb., 12c Pink Alaska Salmon can 8c 3 boxes Childs matches Loc 4 cans string Beans 25c 3 Large Rolls toilet paper Loc shredded Coconut. Lb., 13c 3 ibs. Mince meat 25c Golden Teaberry Coffee lb., 19c mocha and Java Coffee lb., 27c Childs stores Mill and Cedar streets Bath Street above Otter Wood and Dorrance its. The managers Here named will

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