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Bristol Bucks County Gazette Newspaper Archives Feb 11 1910, Page 1

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Bucks County Gazette, The (Newspaper) - February 11, 1910, Bristol, PennsylvaniaR r r r population is about l d the Gazette it the most progressive paper the Gazette has the c circulation of any newspaper in Bucks county with one exception vol Xxxvii. To. 27 Bristol. Bucks county. A Friday. February 11.1910. Price three cents men s meeting re. Edwardi of Swir Burt and Drecki Urfe audience. Tie attendance of he Cason lit the men s meeting lit the lir Lintol Baptist Church Wax on last bunday afternoon when 2tmi men were present. Judge ii. A. Niit Kley Danville nil item announced As hit Enker but in evening Hev. Johns ton Sci ii cd a message from the that lie Wax ill with grip but would in1 glad to fulfil ills engage int at u later Dale. Saturday or. To Highton went to Swarthmore mid secured the m a Lees of Hev. Irv me t. Lio delivered Ana Clit to that was thoroughly appreciated tile Large a Iii in-1. Or. Edwardi in a method it minister Mill is a mull of very Nlle Active personality Ami dry Stallc Force. He came to this country he i Emigrant Bey the argot Ulster four in number Wing Nevern selections. These Young ladles have Sweet no Ileal voices Ami Thi or singing was in Atti Active feature of the afternoon service. Rev. Cd word s address was n the Mih Jet of the open and was a follows Bev. Edwards Addie is. In the lentil chapter of John gos Juii will Reud that Story Obure print of the Steep fold and Tho Pel Juii will Reud that Story Obure i print of the Steep fold and Tho she prior i and Tho hireling and so on. In All likelihood the pc Tui was 110 papers or tiny their else that might help to identify him. Tho body was removed to under taker munis morgue to to kept Sev eral Days awaiting identification. Emma m. Stott Wile of Thomas Stott died very suddenly saturday afternoon it her Homo on Union Street. At Tho time of her death her husband was driving u Carriage at a funeral which was being held at n Newtown and her son was Gotting ready to drive the hears at a funeral which was to Lake place in morals Villa. They were employed by under taker Jesse Morris. Mrs. Slott was about the House on saturday us Well As usual alien she was suddenly taken Iii and cup inf in a few minutes. Death was duo to heart disease form which she has been suffering for a Long time. Tho funeral was held tuesday afternoon. Besides her husband mrs. Stott is survived by three sons Clarence and Elbert Stott of my urls Ville and Jerry Stott of Trenton. Tho funeral of Letitia Wright widow of to late Mitchel Wright took place saturday afternoon from the residence of her Sou in Law Lugli Clark on Moreau Street. Services were conducted at the House by the Rev. Robert Heath Cring ton of Philadelphia formerly pastor of the m. E. Church Here. Inter ment was made in Tullytown Ceme Tery. Announcement has been undo of the approaching wedding of miss Grace v. Richards a Well known Morrisville girl to William Mason the morits Ville baseball player. The wedding will take place on wednes Day february of. Miss Eva Rich Ards a sister of the prospective Bride will act As bridesmaid while Charles Mason of Philadelphia u brother to the Groom to be will act us Best Man. The ceremony will to performed at the Home of the Bride on Mill Street. Eden. John Dignan was a recent visitor in Phi la Delphi. Frederic re nip left saturday for a Short business trip to Germany. Mrs. William Overholt recently spent a few Davs with mrs. William Shade. Or. Aud mrs. James Mcdonald were week end visitors with or. And mrs. Alexander Gregg Henry Stockert our Milkman has been unable to personally attend his business owing to illness. Frederic the Young son of William Rumpf has been ill with pneumonia hut is now recovering. During the recent cold spoil mrs. Allen Vansant slipped on an icy walk falling und breaking hoi wrist. Rev. Marls Graves of Philadelphia and miss Leila Patterson of Monis Volle Are guests at Tho Home of George e. Patterson. The contract for the erection of our lady of Grace Church and rectory has been awarded to a pm Ladelphia con tractor and the work will he started in a very Short time. Euy Victory for Cornwe i. The Cornwells Basket Ball team kept up their winning Streak by defeating the memorial team of Phila Delphia by the score of 58 to 10, on lust thursday night. The shooting and pawing of the borne team was the Best seen on the floor this season. Dugan Juks and Sheppard kept up a rapid Hie of Field goals that kept the scorer Busy All during the forty minutes of play. The second half was a regular slaughtering match and the visitors in a vain attempt to Stop the scoring resorted to All the rough tactics they knew. Cornwells was leading at the end of the half by the score or 22 to s. The line up Cornwells positions memorial Dugan Forward w. Smith Jenks Forward Hunter Sheppard Centre s. Smith it aues guard Flynn Knight guard Yost Field Sheppard. 12 Dugan 10 Jenks i Hunter 3 s. Smith 8 w. Smith 1 foul sep Pard 2 w. Smith 2. Referee k nettle. The Cornwells second team Defeated the memorial second team by the score of 83 to 10. Caught with the Sci ton. The Forest service has turned 300 Angora goats Loose in one of the West Ern Forest reserves to see a better or lot they will be of value in keeping the weeds out of the Floc Breaks. The announcement of Tho discovery of Gold in the Adirondacks looks like a bad mistake on the part of the press agent. He should have waited until t was nearer the time for the season of begin. Rhel rns Winte to keep her Leader ship in the matter of aeroplane sensations and next fall plans to hold an other aviation meet the chief feature if which will be a Sham Battle be Viveen aeroplanes and dirigible bal go to the Rescue. Don t wait till too the i Imp Bristol Cit a. Rescue the aching Back. If it keeps on aching trouble comes. Backache is kidney ache. If you neglect the kidneys warning look out for urinary trouble Dia betes. This Bristol citizen will show you Low to go to the Rescue. Mrs. F. 527 Linden Street Bristol pa., says i think so of Doan Seldney pills Ubati never Ose an onor Unity to recommend them. Was afflicted with kidney trouble or years and i often had dizzy spells. Trot no brought me any permanent Relief until f used Doan s kidney pills. They helped me at once and restored me to better health than i lad enjoyed for years. I Alao wish to say that one of my Sisters wed Dean s kidney pills with great for Sale by All dealers. Price fide. O8ter-Mllburu co., Buffalo new Fork Dole agents for the United slates. Remember the take no other. Newtown. Frank polls now clerk in Peter ii. Morris clothing store. Miss Ellen Wolf of Philadelphia has been a guest of miss Iio Ulsa Van Las Jennie Dav is of Huntingdon Valley spent sunday Vav Ith Mies Sara w. Hicks. Jonas Fly in Agil Eitl run in in health and Uii Alile to gel out of the House. R. Comly Wilson attended in Agri cultural meeting in Philadelphia two Days last week. Mrs. Thomas Thomson of Ogontz visited the family of William Eyre Over the week end. Mrs. Elizabeth Rock is very ill a Villi pneumonia with some improve ment us this time. Mrs. In venom has sold her grocery business to the Chuin Beillon Brothers who have Possession of the store. Miss Elizabeth Chani liars and mrs Fred Beltoy of Tarry town n y., Are at hot West or. And mix t. Ill Boin Ami Daugh ters Edna and Marion pm re visiting friends in Philadelphia on saturday and sunday. John w. Acc Sci is no Lou ii Hiippi intendant of the Bucks county Trio railway company us that Ollilee has been abolished. William c. Davis in lilt. Mud Yoni died on last thursday and was buried on monday at Welgh Slown friends burying ground. Horace g. Lac Cdr Ivous the Foi Frank Terry to John m. Loci Roll of lower Makel Lold. Of n House and lot of seven in Edge Good. Mug h part of Tho premises lately bought by Frank Terry of Jose Ali Hill go. Possession to be Given april let next. Samuel t. Ili Ickman died at his Home lust wednesday night after a few Days illness. Ills funeral was held on saturday afternoon when a great Many friends were in attend Ance. The services vat ii conduct act by Rev. T. Elms pastor of the Church to which the deceased belonged. Word was received by Tho president of Bucks county Mumau h Christian Temperance Union on saturday that Munct told i Ion Hail gained seventy six new in Llma Union pro curing so Many with the contest plan. It is an excellent Way to work ant Many of the other unions Are urged take up the plan and still further re Joice the hearts of the workers. The i lend association held its regular monthly meeting on wednes Day evening in Tho meet House. Prof. Geo go h. Null gave a talk on Industrial studies and tool work in Tho Public schools. Mrs. Sarah f. Cary gave u history of her Iki Nurding school she of Lucily Hud in bucking Ham. The members gave Washington and Lincoln sentiments. The teachers and directors Institute was held on tuesday evening in Tho High school room when the Subj eco of school libraries was Ash discussed by Captain William Wei Koop miss Denworth and George Walton of Jeorge school. Tho meeting was enlivened by vocal solos by i. Hart of Southampton High school . Wolf of feb Torville High school Oxford Valley. Miss Edna St ralling spent the week end at her Home Here. C. E. Leader for next sunday even ing is miss Martha Tetrad Ling. A valuable horse belonging to John Darrah died of paralysis last Day. Mrs. Manic word in moved from Stony Hill to Palmyra n. J., last week. Mrs. C. V. Is Mil Ling left fora visit in Southern Lancaster reciou8 a commodity to be entrusted o men whose nerves May be shaken or whose brains May befuddled by alcohol. Railway when Bey do not involve Slaughter and maiming Are costly affairs. For these reasons common carriers ire steadily increasing the Stringency their rules against the use of in of i cants by to men whose wages hey . There seems to be no ocular sentiment about Tia policy. T is not enforced in the name of Olgher Uio Pality but As a measure of raid Plain business sense. Never Beleas there is ample ground for honking that its Extension is one of be most potent factors now operating o stamp out intemperance and pro Mote sobriety in the United states. A St. Joseph mo., that e has at last succeeded in developing Breed of wingless chickens. They la lever be popular with boarding House deepen. Langhorne locals Samuel Kennedy of new Yolk has been visiting miss us Tuple of Morrii Vullo has been visiting miss Margaret Ivins. Mrs. Howard Marshall entertained the Friday evening card part last week. Cyril la s. Frank of Philadel phia was a re ont guest of mrs. Henry Lovett. Mrs. Gua Alek. Milnor has returned from a several visit Falls Ringlon and morals Volle. The c. 10. Held a Valentine social february 8, at the Home o Hev. Anil mrs. William w. Sweet. A meeting of Tho methodist brotherhood to hold
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