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Bucks County Gazette, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1910, Bristol, PennsylvaniaHorn s Lis is the daily i m Here is sure Ive Lamb and Ery Day. Noth Ding Stamps tielifes1 Boot Beer 15c Kes Babbitt s soap 25c. Seeded raisins l aril Jalil and inc in. Mil aril Jalily in buy for and i likes. Butter in Stair equal to i in licit 37c in. River print 40c Bell s soup so Large ran any variety. St rolled Oats in nats Milu i especially fur our Trade. 4clu. Pore pineapples i p Jim inc. Can. California dried peaches inet ill Iii to lie found irked. 13clb. B peaches 20c 3 i. Can. Silver Lake blackberries . Ran 2 for 2oe. Fornia prunes v. The Skinn cil new fruit Ioc. In. Mariner. In streets Bristol. A and . And Felt i1 i in g with paint that phone 76x. Taddi Dimity to the appearance of a when wears Gouws although May fancy they make her look old. Hut if they give her Comfort in seeing helping the natural vision thu chief purpose f course to Are not to give his fact Foi we Are i owl to give lie mows with Imparl Lily. To will Ladly give expert testimony to tiny no who can favor us with it with girl Clent for the Printer. The Bakoy of be boys of the Chi opel Lull duh bold on saturday was a social Mie Cess and the Llna ii Ciul results pretty Good Loo. Atlantic City Downs Bristol the Bristol Bane Ball lost lira Eoo Ond name of the season on last Sun Day when it was Defeated by Atlantic City by the Hook of 5 to 8, in hut and interim Tang Gume. Although urn errors Weie nude the game was featured by Many plays among them being two Lieut double Nouyi the Home lentil. In the Field Fogarty Helfer lab and while did Tine work Foi the visitors while Macij Ermul and excelled Foi Bristol. Penovi for Atlantic City Pito Hod Good Liall while Edmu Dikin who pitched for the Homo train Hll for twelve safeties Helfrich Gurley. O Ham and Fogarty being the chief offenders. The score Bristol. A h Cost Gaii c Kilmer lib Mcdermott a Mivy of Hunting in is Learlon if Koiral if Samuels i 1 o 2 i i i 0 0 totals Atlantic Summit n. J., spent several with mis. Rebecca Dull old. Days miss Kosutt Withington of Easton is visiting miss Alice f. Hogeland. Morrell Bolth Hai come to from and fifty eight re Spe Dollar s and eighty three cents of which All but ten Lars for travelling expenses was spent for printing a e. Althouse received eleven dollars and fifty cents u. S. Stauffer Twenty dollars and seventy five cents and the big Boss Organ ninety eight dollars and eight cents. It will be observed that Isaac has no account for postage or the equally Handy item disseminating inform Frank Gilkeson expended one Hun dred and fifty two dollars and eight cents of which Friend Grundy again got the lion s share ninety eight Dol Lars and eight cents. Forty nine Dol Lars was spent for travelling expenses watchers at just what polls at jul needed Book tie beast and 1 he Unver their official places and names by confession of his local enemies on the map of Canada populations of therefore the truth of judge Llnd-1 from 100 to 1000 people Erich and they Scy s is continued by the win Piave been made largely by Good people of the City. I american citizens from Over the the completeness of the defeat Border which the ill partisan beast has i never has a More interesting or suffered in Denver and the Intelli More unusual scheme for the develop Gont discrimination of tie voters Nellt country been undertaken May be inferred from the fact that than this and that it will a doubt every referendum proposition of the Odly succeed is assured by the fact Al cltlsji8 i p is was government and the gov great Railroad interests of the do million Are behind it. Be gently an earned by from d. Davidson one of the big i men of the Canadian North crib said Defeated by from 5000 to majority while every one that the Citi Zens supported was it 2000 to 4000 majority. In securing this a Totory the women voters had a hand for Denver is in Colorado where women have the suf Frage and use it. They furnished considerably More than their due share of Reform says the Den ver news. But for women s suffrage then the election might have gone the Way the beast wanted it to which by the Way Lurn Luhcs another argument against women s Suft nigh not a Good one to be sure but As Good As any. Giving out the Strauley do Craf i Many a Chi of Bristol. Passed wards through Hulmeville. A masted of Captain v. And four companions. The de the party started irom san Diego in april 1mb, travelling Over land arriving in new York City in septem around All Day with an aching Back can t rest at night enough to Wake any one give Donn s kidney pills will give to no wed life. They will cure the backache cure every kidney ill. Here is Bristol proof that this is so mrs. Amanda Mcdonnall 184 race Street Bristol pa., Suys for a number of years i was rarely free from pain in my Back and at times it wa-3 difficult for me to get about. The Sloney secretions were irregular in passage and generally caused distress when being voided. My health was poor and my nerves were All Unstrung. Although i did everything i could think of in an Effort to get Relief i did not improve. When almost discouraged Doan s kidney pills were brought to my attention and i pro cured a Supply. I was Sui prised with the result of their use. In less than a month All the pain had been removed from my Back and i was in much bet Ter Bealts. I have never taken a re Medy that would compare with Doan s kidney for Sale by All dealers. Price 60 cents. Foster Milburn co., Buffalo new York sole agents for the United states. Remember the and take no other. I will show you Bow towns and cities Are born As they have never been born in any country in the a void before i will show you How within year or two a vast Wilder Ness a thousand Miles in Width is to he populated so that from one town you will almost be Able to Sec the smoke of the on the new grand trunk Pacific Westward from Winnipeg a distance of 800 Miles a new town is to lie located during the next year and a half at a distance of every eight Miles or 120 towns for the total distance. Most of these towns Are already marked on the const met Ion maps and the majority of them Are named. On the Mountain division of the same Road which is to terminate at Prince Rupert on the Pei Ltd 85 new towns Are to lie plated. On the main line and branches of the Canadian Northern in Saskatchewan and Alberta 80 now towns Are to be brought into exist ence and on the Canadian Pacific in the same province15, a total of 220 in All. Tie history of these towns is to be unlike that of any other in existence. They Are not to be merely platted and then left to vegetate. They Are to be forced into life. That is the remarkable thing about them. And this is neither a guess nor a Hope. It is the result of a game of town a bib has been played out by the government As carefully an one might play a game of chess. Humphrey specific. When you go on your vacation it is not necessary to take Humphreys specifics with you or Humphreys Witch Hazel Oil compound either they Are or Sale at every store where medicines Are sold. It would be Well however to take along a copy of or. Humps keys manual it pocket sice Attleboro article. Or. Arid mrs. Edwin a. Steel and son of Philadelphia Are visit Iii mrs Louis Steeble or. Charles h. Lee of West Philadel phia recently spent several Days of the Home of William d. Luke is. Or. And mrs. Erb of Chestnu Hill were recently guests with or and mrs. James Erb. Mrs. Warren Philips and son o Philadelphia Neie visitors Over ii fourth with William Shade and family. Or. And mrs. George Charleton and daughter of Philadelphia were week end visitors with Edward Wenlock. Miss May Armstrong and Thomas and Joseph Armstrong of Philadel phia spent the fourth with Patrick Keating. Or. And mrs. Mcgee of Bristol were recent guests of mrs. Thomas Keating miss Louise Schuba Cicer of Phila Delphia is a guest at the Home of Frederick Leipitz. Mrs. Lena Heggblom of Brooklyn is visiting or. And mrs. Christian Johnson. Miss Anna Heggblom was a week end guest. Or. And mrs. G. A. In inf of Germantown spent the week end with or. And mrs. Frederic bump or. Or. And mis. Pratt mrs. Len sell and daughter of Philadelphia were guests on the fourth at the Home of b. Beswick. Or. And mrs. Devlin Are the parents of u baby daughter. Or. And mrs. Frederic Parker entertained on Friday evening at their new Home on Crescent Street. Or. And mis. Elmer Froelich and children und mrs. Susan Coppock were week end visitors with or. And mrs. George Cutler. Hot parties of our fat Hora. We can no longer speak of the democratic and Republican ties that our fathers knew. There is no such thing. If either of these parties is to be restored to its Normal functions of enabling the people to express themselves in the affairs of government they must be re leased from the stranglehold of b. B. Lindsey to William Allen White. Tells All about the treatment care Humphreys Home. Medicine co., 156 William Street new York. Of punt for dependent ticket. Hatboro Public spirit. A Ltd the democrats crying manipulation and worse about the Nomina Tion of grim for governor and the apathetic republicans holding their noses when Tener mentioned there appears to be an opening Foi the state. A method has been found of converting crude Coo omit Oil into a Strong movement if Germany is increasing Ber paper table butter and the result la oat output each year and now ranks next seven companies an now actively to ibis country u a paper producer j engaged in the business in Germany. Polls watchers were needed at the Pri Mary election Frank neglects to state but probably in Bristol. That this was All the Money spent no one believes and Why the Candi dates failed to use tie hard worked item of our sister counties getting voters to the polls is a mystery. It will be observed that Grundy treated them All alike in his charge for printing making it ninety eight dollars and eight cents to All but Clarence who had to nine dollars and forty two cents More than Wang or Clymer and Gilkeson. This was not fair Joe considering the votes in some of your Vest pocket wards in Bristol and the treatment Claience level Ved in Doylestown Borough and township especially the township. Under All the conditions you ought to have made it a straight fifty All around and left them More to spend when they need it most at the no vember election. There is but Little polities of the Republican Brand at the county seat just now. All eyes Are entered on senator grim and the newspaper trouble he is having which really does not amount to much More that hot air. Gene Bonniwell is the funny Man of the combination and the Story of his feeling against grim As told by one of his Philadelphia associates and partly confirmed by a Doylestown real estate agent is Luminous to say the least. It seems that a few years ago Jon Niwell determined to be a Leader not a Boss but while he assumed the lesser title he wanted All of the Pero natives of the greater one the Boss. Realizing that there were but few democrats in Philadelphia and that As All of them important officers in the organization there Wasno rank and Hie to swing he looked among the surrounding counties for one where be might make a Home a voting Resi Dence and a big big leadership. Naturally his first Choice was Bucks and deeming the Central position of the county the Best place to locate to further his ambitions he entered into negotiations for a property at new Britain three Miles from Doylestown in the line of the Reading railway list the Home Lor a politician. Before i chasing the property he looked ver the political situation and found both parties were under control. To Buss Grundy and Pete be did lot object they were rather men for lira to emulate but to grim he did. Jurim did not appear to think that Jexie was the poll i Leal Moses to Lead be democracy of Bucks out of the Vild Niess so that Deal fell through. received tils attention but As be made hit Little on them be turned to Chester and Delaware for Many Rea sons Delaware did not suit him. But n Chester be saw the Fountain of Bis Lope and be according y located there at once taking an in Erest in politics until now he is us no Berry s defeat by grim to Force himself into the position of Leader and to be hereafter one of those with whom the democracy of Pennsylvania must consult before taking any action f importance. His first attempt Long this line is in the shape of a loud noise and be receives Bis Clef Sel stance from some Philadelphia papers who care chiefly about the rouble because it gives them fresh items of a Kindbe Public will read. He really does not control beater county and air soon As he Hows a disposition to control the county when be is in it be will be severely sat upon for what do the Chester county Bosses care for Bonni Well s fight the senator Lias made him stronger with his own party and Rug by him Many friends from the state College to visit for a Short time before going to Boston for a summer term. Miss Helen Pownall is an instructor at Gerard College for the months of july and August. Miss Mary e. Krusen has been appointed teacher at Southampton Public school. Or. And mrs. George Brown spent the fourth of july with the latter s parents or. And mrs. George o Nell. Word bos come to town that Thompson Roberts is seriously ill at St. Cloud Florida. Rev. W. Neihardt spent the fourth of july in Germantown with or. And i s. Haines. John s. Keith esq., of new York was a recent guest with his parents or. And mra. James Keith. Mrs. R. B. Moore has closed her Home Here and gone to Buck Hill fulls for the summer. William Walt will erect a Fine new House on North Chancellor Street. Garret b. Girton is the contractor. Robert and Watson Atkinson re turned from state College on Satur Day and will spend their summer vacation Here. Or. And mrs. Charles Mawson and children were week end guests of or. And mrs. William Mawson at at lactic City. Mrs. William h. Tuckert attended the 21st annual convention of the i Beta Phi fraternity held at Swarth More last week. The sports and dance at the Bucks county country club wore enjoyed by the members and their friends from Here on monday the 4th. H. B. Homeland s family enjoyed fourth of july picnic of monday i. The farm of his brother John Hoge Laid near Southampton. A huge number from Here went to Ocean Grove on wednesday to attend the friends conference that is being held there fora week. Mis. G. A. Carter has gone to new York to visit with the family of prof. Nutt before going to Syracuse n. Y., to visit relatives Lor a month. Miss Marguerite Hibbs won the first prize in the oratorical contest at the state Loyal Temperance legion convention at Warren receiving in Cash. Miss Kathaline Nutt who has been spending a week with miss Helen t. Worstall went to new York on thursday with Hei parents who pre ceded her one week ago. Mrs. Sara a. Trego and daughter i s. Fannie Freeland of Philadel phia Are boarding with the misses Scarborough on Washington Avenue during july and August. Mrs. George Blackfan and mrs. William Eyre Are enjoying a two weeks stay at Ocean Giove and As Bury Park attending the friends conference in session at this time. Prof and mis. George l. Marls of Orlanda Florida arrived in town on Friday and will occupy the House of prof. George h. Nutt during the summer. Miss Helen Marls their Rev. W. Stocking gave an us discs to the w. T. U. At the regu Lar service on sunday evening. Or. Stainton and family and mra. Of Philadelphia Are guests of mrs George Feterolf. Charles Palmer has acc Speed the position at Buck Hill Falls inn us superintendent of the amusements. Harry Itol Hermel and family of cum Den Are spending some time with or. And mrs. Ezekiel Pryor. Or. Minster and family of Phila Delphia base been spending some time with his sister mis. Frederick Specht. Professor Van Norman of the state College of agriculture is spending his vacation with Bis father George Van Norman. A fair will to held by the Guild of the St. James episcopal Church july though a Little More is needed to i de Island to thoroughly the Active youths Foi door lathe As Well us Celivo Hattix Lylial results upon the Lull hold the boys were Abl assisted at their party by Many of the younger set among tin girl Folk and lie Mon Wiik a Happy Onu. To congratulate Tho boys on Tho admirable order which they pre horned and their and Juanin ii u Hura pm to Garth if White of Dovd 21i Mathews of Urli a c Hellrich Kab h 27 ii City. Us h o a v it i 10 4 2 1 Hering so la loth at Ken. Some will be introduced. Novel features a y at or. And mrs. John Ashby Taylor have resumed from a trip to Colorado Springs attending the National on vent Iob of Railroad auditors. A special business meeting of lie ladies auxiliary will be held this Friday afternoon at the Bungalow to consider the Tennis question. Mis. 8ilae Tomlinson and daughter Josephine accompanied by Karl Tom Linson and Howard heir Snyder jr., sailed for Europe on the Adriatic to be gone for several Mont is. Miss Florence mover so piano at the Mutchmore memorial Church Philadelphia will sing at Tho Rioin his service of the 1 Resby Terian Church. Infant baptism will be administered. Mrs. Samuel Eastburn entertained a thimble party on tuesday morning on the spacious the Bellevue. The Woik accomplished was Tor he miss bind Industrial school. Samuel Eastburn entertained about 30 gentlemen of the inn Dent life insurance company on Satur Day visiting the country club and Omro finding country and lunching at the Rcv. Stocking will Start his Vaca Tion july 1mb, visiting Bis former parts toners at Van Renirio Indiana Chicago and Detroit and his daughter at Hacalne win. During his absence the pulpit w ill be supplied. Rev. Kerslake of the new town methodist episcopal Chuich will preach in the m. E. Church this sunday morning. In the evening the fourth in the series of sermons on god s John Knox the hero of will be Given. Miss Florence Mojer will sing at this a Liean auction will be one of the pleasures of the presbyterian E. On tuesday even Lar which All Are Cordia to the Public time table of to ii function. This was irom 4 to and was duly Obs Ned. About it Lilington people. Watson is on the sick list. Frank Smith has a phone installed in his Home. William Kay lot is his brother Evan Kaylor. Miss Mac Kelly Hai been spending Days at Atlantic City. Albeit a Iblis look a trip on sunday morning in his Auto to Gettysburg. Or. And mrs. Tilghman and Chil Dren have gone on u visit to Cincin Nati. To lick. T. L. Met at the Home of the misses Hibbs on saturday eve Ning. Many of the friends in tills Vicinity will attend the friends convention at Ocean Iovu. Mra. Walter Ely is spend ing a few Days at her fathers other Janney at Penn s Park. Albert Downs wife and child of Newark were Over sunday guests at James Watson s or. And mrs. Charles t. Wyndle of Washington c., Are visiting at Charles h. Carver s. Miss Anna hat con of Trenton has been her Ulster mrs. Lowe and mrs. Charles Comfort. Leon b. Sickles represented the l. T. L. Of oui Village at the state convention held last week in Warien a. Or. And mrs. Cope entertained or. And mrs. Charles surpless and or. And i s. Henry Saatci Lewalle at Tea saturday. Or. And mrs. Joshua Cope and miss Anna Downs were entertained at Tea on thursday by mis. Charles Henry Moon of Wood Bourne. Or. And mis. William Atkinson of new town and my. Vitulli of Vardley were recent guests of i. And mrs. Edward Croasdale. Born to or. And mrs. Harry Reiser now residing in West a son Sherwood crop male. Mrs. Reiser is the daughter of or. And my. Edward Croasdale of this place. Parkland Pointen. Miss Morence Bakeoven miss Emma Birck. N is visiting daughter of Philadelphia is visiting there. Miss Elizabeth d. Hopkins of los Angeles California is visiting her aunt mrs. Thomas w. Stapler. Esther West Grove pa., spent a few Days last week with or. And mrs. Stapler. A Surprise variety Shower was ten dered last saturday evening to miss Martha Wilson when nearly fifty of her friends enjoyed a delightful eve Ning bestowing their gifts upon her in a very humorous manner. Or. And mrs. Harry k. Eyre went to Atlantic City on tuesday for a to to Vitamin were lie j8 located in business. Mrs. Eyre will return and spend some time with the family of William Eyre. Capt. Thomas p. Chambers family with several invited guests to the number of about thirty persons Pic n iced along the Banks of Core Creek on the farm of Fred Leroy on Independence Day. They were conveyed Hack and Forth in a Large Hay rack Wagon which added More Novelty to the affair. Cincinnati can a always be counted upon to do something to make her popular with the masses. Her distillers few Days when or. Eyre will g Richmond Virginia where he is have gotten into War. A Cut rate whiskey the Cleveland Leader is much distressed became in looking Over crowds it has found that the majority of men Wear dark clothes All the year round. Ii july 19th, to ally la filed especially the auxiliary brotherhood and members of the sunday school. Each one attending is asked to bring a package Worth not More than five cents and so wrapped that no one will know the contents the packages will be auctioned using Beans As Money. Among those expecting to attend the conference of friends at Ocean Grove july Fllch to 18tb, include miss Sara e. Allen miss Esther b. Just ice mrs. Lucy Thornton miss Ella Watson or. And mis. William b. Ivins mis. Wilson Ivins miss pm Malizie Linton miss Agnes Sellers miss Marlon longshore mis. Kathe Rine Paxson mrs. Joseph mat hews mrs. Arthur p. Townse Iid and Chil Dren mra. Howard Marshall the misses Ethel and Sara Marshall. Or. And mrs. Alfred Marshall and i s. Frederick Warren Marshall entertained in a delightful manner on thursday afternoon and evening a Large number enjoying the Tea from four to six on their Beautiful Lawn. Music soft mid Sweet and the glorious Sunshine and restful snide emphasized the pleasure of the com ing Togel in of friends. The Bouse was decorated for the occasion with Palms ferns and Cut Flowers the Hall with its festoon ing of Laurel and cheery nasturtiums pleased the Eye with its air of coolness for a warm summer Day. Pink was the prevail ing color in the dining room Sweet peas and snap dragons being used. At 7 o clock dinner was served to about 100 guests All lingering Lale in the evening to enjoy the hospitality and the soft Light cast on the Lawn by the Many Pink headed lights. It is reported that the life saving service has rescued Worth is i i j property since 1871. And Many ranks of the . J Hunsie jives must be added to this. Here it a Renedy that wih Core eczema Why waste time and Money experimenting with Greasy salves and lotions trying to drive the eczema Arm from underneath the skin when Ihlen Martin s drug store Guaran tees Zemo a clean liquid preparation for external use to rid the skin of the germ life that causes the trouble. In Over 2000 towns and cities in America the leading druggist has the be will Tell of of the marvelous cures made by this clean simple treatment. Zemo is recognized As the cleanest and most popular treatment for eczema pimples Dandruff and All other forms of skin or Scalp affections whether on infant or grown person. Will you try a bottle on oar recommendation 7-s-Emo. Emlen drug store. Mrs. Nevin recently spent a few at her cottage in Spring Grove. Miss Mary j. Doll of Philadelphia spent it few Days at her collage in Spring Grove. Mrs. Mary a. Thompson and grand daughter Are located at their cottage in tear Iii Grove. James Stltt and family Are now established for the season at their cot Tage South of the Railroad. The meals served last sunday at the dining room on tie Camp ground were pronounced very Frank 1-1 Ellwinger and family arc pleasantly located it John go Liore s cottage on Highland Avenue. Herman j. A. Smith and family have returned Lor the season to their pleasant residence on the lower grounds. Lewis Shoemaker and family and Edward Mace and Mother mrs. M. L. Mace arc at present at the Naomi it is reported that the dances held at the Pavilion on the lower grounds on saturday and monday evenings were both line. Mrs. Helen collars and children have returned to their Home in Balti More alter spending several weeks with or. And mrs. Joseph Goodman. William Wiggins is spending some time with Walter Lewis and Daugh Ter miss Eva Lewis who also recently entertained mrs. Sarah Wiggins of Philadelphia. Frank Mccarter and family Are now located at their cottage on High land Avenue where they entertained the following friends Over the fourth miss Edith Davis Parker Miller and 8. Perry. Or. And mrs. Daniel Mcshane recently entertained the following friends at Brightside or. And mrs. Frank Lee and daughter Marie or. And mrs. Wesley so inn miss Edna so inn Mesa Eva to Blun and Thomas Gocber All of Philadel phia. The Glo Ilous fourth was celebrated at this place in a quiet Man Ner. There was a Fine display of fire works by Herman j. A. Smith in front of Bis cottage of the lower grounds. Also in Spring Grove where Many of the cottages were beautifully decorated for the occasion. There was a Good attendance at the opening of the sunday meetings on the Camp grounds last sunday. Next sunday Rev. G. Tabor Thompson of the Temple of the first association of spiritualists of Philadelphia will be the speaker of the Day when All who possibly can should come mid hear this eloquent advocate of the spiritual philosophy. They say that Roosevelt has taken to the automobile since Bis return and that he is More of a scorcher than the president. It was to be expected. Totals 38 12 27 8 4 Bristol 1 0 0 0 0 i 0 0 Atlantic City 8 0 0 0 i u 0 i Jiu Tih Sci Itil Judson o Harako Garly Mathers Hurley Kilmer Barton fowl. A turned City 8 urls lol left Hun Allan to City a Bristol 9. Two Huso Saori Ilce Al Chardson Hunting. Stolon White. Double Mcllan Sotl unassisted Richardson to Bunting. Stir of out by Samuels 4 by spen cer 1 bases on off Samuels 1 off sponsor 8. Umpire Heslor us Hilmon. Elmo of gain 1.45. Notes of the game. On sunday Ibe Philadelphia giants will to opponents of the Bristol Tram and u great game is . This Loam has the reputation of being the fastest coloured team in the world and Iboy will have All their Star play Ore hem a Good Pitcher will to on the slab for Bristol. On july 4th in the morning the Bristol juniors had no trouble defeat ing the Bristol Bucks county in wig a team winning by the score of 8 to 1. The leagues could do nothing with the pitching of Kupp. Uard for Tho juniors. In the afternoon the juniors also won from the Atkin son f. C., of Philadelphia by the score of b to 7. Cry til. Win great gum. Bobby Mulhol Laid s crystals won a great game on saturday when Thoy Defeated the cres cents by the score of to in a thir teen inning contest. The features of the game were the batting of Praul and Wilson for crystals and we Leo Foi . John Mullolland put up a wonderful game at Glrst for the Home team and gathered in every thing that came his Way. The wore Bristol. R 0 0 i Appleton is Sackville a Owens 8b Praul p j. Mulholland in Hamilton of u. Mulholland if mall Vasif a Mirin if h o 0 0 o i 0 8 222 i 0 10 004 1 2 2 i i 020 1 1 4 1 i o h 0 o o 0 0 0 o 2 i 0 0 totals Roth c Edney 11 Camp Liell in Kimball 2b Rickey 3b Wilcox is o Doi Inell if Boyle of Mulhern of totals Bristol 7 crescents. R h o 0 1 1 0 18 2 h 21001 5 10 22 5 000000 m Rosville of 0000002000 Bucks county league. Langhorne 27 Bristol 0. Langhorne out classed Bristol at Langh inc monday and Defeated them by the score of 27 to 0. Bristol 00 0 lung Horne 2 10 4 0 6 2 0 mor1usville, 4 new Hope 8. Defeated new Hope at Lambur Tville on monday morning by 0 0 0 i 00 1 0 02100010 the wore of 4 to 3, new Morrisville Morrisville ii new Hope 4 also look the afternoon game at Lambert Lluc from new Hoik by a score of 11 to 4. New Hope morals Volle 03020218 saturday. Yardley lost to Langhorne at Lang Hornc on saturday by the score of 7 to 1. Langhorne scored live runs in the eighth inning which made the score one Side. Score by innings Langhorne 20000006 Yardley and Vanzant for Laughorne and Cary and Bush for Yardley. New Hope gave the Bristol team a severe drubbing piling up a total of 18 runs while the boys from our Home town Only secured 2. The game was called at the end of the fifth inning. The score new Hope 0454 6-18 Bristol i and Kline for new Hope and Riley and median for Bristol. Morrisville had no trouble in defeat ing Newtown and won out the score of 7 to n. Thoin pitched great Ball for Morrisville. The score by innings Morrisville 4 0 0 1 0 0 0 Newtown 0000000 i and Justice for Morrisville and Freeney and Carr for some one ought to tip off that poor misguided Sultan of Kulu who is beaded his Way with Worth of pearls to see that one Lueb is on the Job. We offer one Hundred Dollar. Reward for cannot be cured by hair. Catarrh cure. K. Of. Cheney Toledo. O. We the underlined have known f. Che Nevier the lot ii Yean and believe him perfectly honorable in All Bual nem tra Mallona. And financially Able to oar out any Obj Vladoiu made by Huarm. Walo Ixo Kik Marvin the blood and my eau Tekler alatau ten t free. Per bottle. Sold Brail or met. Take Hau a family run for oort Pellon. Spa Peri
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