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Bucks County Gazette, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1902, Bristol, PennsylvaniaPubl Hbert every at Bucks county by Jam o. Thomas Iio Mii. A. Tmea for september ims. Hiotis and Low water at Hii Stol a. Monday 1 to Dav 2 wed Nead y it 4 Armav. It 0 a Iii Lay 7 Tam Day Friday 12 a Alurdas in Banda 14 monday id Taw Day 10. Than Day lb., Friday 18 Batu Rdby w. Sni Xuy 41. Monday 32, tuesday. 23. Wed Wal Orsk. Friday 28 saturday 27 sunday m monday tuesday 30. Hii Iii . 210 Fino 381 430 021 73r k it ii id 1001 ii 1210 121% h8 231 321 403 64v 120 817 1029 ii 12 m 1208 152 r 236 326 4 1.1 500 a in 7 in of Fol k47 0 w in a 11 Iti ii a 21j 2 so 343 428 Cis Sot 055 701 8m 983 1058 1230 129 212 Low water . I m. U 19 9m 10 05 10 23 10 01 ii 13 1 1 to 1221 1249 138 is2 2 w 2 318 8 30 4 01 4 13 4a3 Eon is of ears g47 724 73c 8 10 824 8h 8 10 d38 do to 21 42 1112 ii 3d 11 1228 1242 121 133 219 231 320 324 4 in 427 6211 t 14 80s 8m 637 733 local Mitelli Schoe. A son has been born to sex councilman and mrs. Thomas j. Moo nols. A devotional meeting of the w. 0. T. C. Will held Neit wednesday septem Ber 17, lit 8.30. A series in the Union building and loan company has matured and will to paid off this month. A marriage License has been issued to William w. Allen and miss Caroline s. Hartshorn both of Bristol fear c a loads of heavy wide Flange rails Hare been unloaded on Pond Street for the Trenton and bit slow Street railway co. The advertisement of the select dancing Academy appears in another column. The opening will take place at pythian Hall on saturday evening september 27. John 1. Street has accepted a position wild thu Branch office of the new Fork life insurance company 1013 North a Merliin building Philadelphia. U is reported that Captain f. O. Edwards has rented the room on Cedar Street in the Roar of Childs store were he will next week open up political Headquarters. Attention is called to the advertisement of w. Harry Smith in this Issue. At his Hill struck dry goods store a big clearance is in Progress with bargains in every department. A boy named Reed who drives a stage John Irwin was bitten by a hone one Day thin week. The animal fastened his Teeth in toe breast of the boy and lifted him Clour of the ground. No. 1 fire company has received an invitation to participate in a firemen s Parade lit it. Holly in october. A meet ing of the members will be held this even ing to take action of the proposition. The t. B. Harkins foundry company will build a Frame addition feet to Belr foundry building at the Corner of Dorram a and canal streets. Oliie addition is made necessary by reason of their in crease in business. Mrs. 0. A. Bartoletto died m thu Homo of her daughter mrs. Howard on 8aturdiijp As a result of heart disease. Hit. Bartolotte was 72 years of age and was born in Warren county. The inter ment took place at Milford n. The firemen s Relief association of Bris Tol has received a Check for from David Landrell sons As a present in recognition of the services rendered by the fire compan ies at the recent ire. A like amount has been sent to the Burlington association. On monday evening september 22, Bev. T j. Mackay pastor of the first Baptist Church will deliver an illustrated lecture on thu volcanic disturbances at Martinique St. Pierre. Thirty three views will be shown with the stereo Ticon. On monday evening thirty members of tha Bristol retail Mero Nants association had a banquet at Jeffries hotel. A course dinner was served and the menu included All of the tempting seasonable viands. The table was beautifully decorated with Flowers and a concealed orchestra furnished Muslo. List of letters remaining in the Bristol Joist Olloe for the Ween ending september 10 Crip h. Vancleff has. D. Ward Thomas Lotoa mrs. B. F., 3, goo. W. In Antonio russe mrs. Thompson Patrick b. Harkins we. H. Hackett lira pc. L. Henry m. Gnu liner Willie 2, Sarah Dolan O. Bann or. A stranger came of the Pike on Satur Day night and judging from Bis actions he imagined a was surrounded by the Deni mrs of a zoological Garden. The poor fellow s distress was awful. He pitifully pleaded with the people along the Street to pick the snakes off of him. To was kept in the station House Over night and turned Loose in the morning. William l. Bell and Moses louder will attend the session of the state Council or. O. 0. A. M., which will Convene in Pittsburg on tuesday next or. Bell will go As tie representative of Fidelity Conn Ell and or. Louder As alternate. It is at this meeting that the local Council will place b candidate in the Field for National representative. At a meeting of the conferees from the three chartered fire companies of the Bor ooch which convened in the parlor of no. 1 Sagle House on monday evening of last week William Holt of Good will Hose oo., no. 8, was elected chief of the fire department and Walter Moore of no. 1 of. Assistant chief. This election was for ratification by the Borough Council. A horse belonging to Edward Rose the Street Green grocer became fright ened at a trolley on Otter Street on tuesday ran away. The horse broke off the hitching Post and dragged in along. At the see Plant the frightened animal turned on to Pensyl Ranola tracks and ran to of Jilin Down the Railroad. The horse was badly out As a result of being thrown and a big Gash in the aide had to be closed with eleven Etite Hea. Yvo Good will Hose co., no. 3, has an of Enaut for the table in Pearl Street near the House which they have leased from 8. W. Minster. The Bone which belongs to one of our local milkmen will be used to draw the new Hon Wagon to a fire. A set of new drop harness has been purchased placed in position. At a meeting of the company held on tuesday evening the following members were appointed driven Jacob White William Mio Bener Washington Headley and Jacob Young. Wellnan Wilson died at his late Home on Radcliffe Street shortly after noon yesterday. The deceased was la his 72d year and leaves a widow and several children or. Wilson wee a member of the firm of Wilson Fenimore Wall paper manufacture and continued in that business until the Bristol Plant was absorbed by the . He a kindly Man and of a remarkably Gen Erous nature and leaves a Large Circle of relatives and to mourn his lots. The fake Rel will take of saturday morning 10 o clock. On the complaint of James Schiavotti Leonardo Lastilla was arrested on tues Day for assault and Battery. The defend 4ant, name brings to memory ital pm Art and Tare canvasses attended a in the italian settlement of Bandar. Before the festivities were he Salas dad la altering the personal appearance Goibou Avotte a hearing was held before Squire Kraft on tuesday _ evening and Leonardo is now panning y. Hualan at St. Marka. A two weeks million conducted by the redemption is fathers of Saratoga n. Was commenced last sunday at St. Mark s Church Bristol. Tho fret week will be for tie women and second for Trio men of the so Barnes says. B. Frank Barnes of Bristol whom every body knows disturbed the atmosphere in the editorial Sanctum Long enough last week to file exceptions to the size of the elephant earn that have been published in the Gazette. Barnes says they Are Mere cabbage loaves. At mrs. Sarah Hawke s on Mulberry Street he says the loaves now measure Boi 18 Inchon and Are still grow ing. Next i w. 0. T. U. Convention the Bucko county woman s Christian Temperance Union will hold their 18th annual convention in the Bethel evangel Cal Church at Perkasie on wednesday september 17th. Miss Belle Kearney of Mississippi will speak at the evening meeting. Morning afternoon and even ing sessions will be hold and the Public is invited to to present. Building water work. Corona k4d company is erecting a Reservoir and establishing a fire Protection system at it works in the fourth Ward of Bristol. A Tower eighty feet High has been built upon which will be erected a Reservoir with a capacity of holding Gallons. A pumping Plant is being in stalled and the Supply will be taken from a Well. Pipes will be Laid about the premises and fir plugs placed at convenient Points. Automatic sprinklers will also be put in the buildings. Disappeared with a livery team. A Man who registered at the Delaware House under Tho name of Burns hired a horse Wagon at Roberts livery stable on Radcliffe Street Bristol on monday morning and falling to return at night chief Saxton started to Hunt for the err ing individual. The chief took the 8.86 p. Train for Philadelphia and located the team at the Eagle hotel 6th and Girard Avenue where it had been put up for the night with the understanding that it would be called for in the morning. Burns registered at the Easle hotel As w. Lincoln. Chief Saxton waited until tuesday morning with the Hopes of catching the follow but a to failed to put in an appearance the Hogue and Wagon were brought Back to Bristol. Warning upon the recommendation of the state Board of health the following printed notices to employees have been posted in the Bristol carpet Mill unless every precaution in taken now Bristol May be visited this Winter with an epidemic of smallpox so disastrous As to close the Mills thus taking from Yon your Way of making your living and re sult in the quarantine of the town. We earnestly request All our employees who have not been successfully vaccinated to be vaccinated at once. By doing this you will safeguard yourselves your companions and the company. The pre Valence of smallpox in Bristol during the summer arid up to the present time makes the Foar of an epidemic of smallpox for Tho win Tor such that the state Board of health ims urged us to take this action. children s picnic. Is William e. Doron gave the children of Bristol ant Burlington a Day s que tag it the Burlington Island Park on saturday. Tho Tickton which he distributed in addition of providing for free transportation on the ferry boat had two coupons attached one of which entitled Tho Holder to a free ride on the merry go round while tha other c ailed for a dish of ice Cream. Over Hildren and a Large number of adults accented Tho Opportunity offered by or. Doron and spent a pleasant time on Tho Island. The majority crossed Over in the afternoon. On one trip the ferry carried 800 people. The weather waa favourable and everybody eee Mcd to enjoy themselves. Too much cannot be said in Praise of or. Doron for his kindness to the children. The act was a most kindly one and hit generosity is deserving of warm commendation. Sea Siml rat Der Ball to a Bristol student finds a term. A special dispatch to the new York Tribune dated Baltimore september a will be of interest to Bristo lians for the reason that Ono of the medical students mentioned Oharles Duval is in reality a resident of Bristol making his Home Here with Joseph Boston. Or. Duval is a med ical student at the University of Pennsyl Vania and for a considerable time has been working upon the germ theory mentioned in the following article taken from Tho Tribune Victor h. Bassett of Aldo 111., and Charles Duval of Annapolis md., the ormer a student in Johns Hopkin univer sity and thu latter in the University of Pennsylvania have discovered the germ to find which John d. Rockefeller after the death of his grandson Jack Mccormick gave to found an Institute of medical research. After months of investigation at Wilson Sanatorium Here where four Hundred children have been treat d this summer for intestinal disorders Duval and Bassett last week positively filed on the germ that produces children s summer the organism found is the some thai causes acute dysentery in adults and it is believed that a practical method can Here after be employed for preventing these diseases. Or. William h. Welch the we known Johns Hopkins pathologist and the president of the directors of the Rockefeller Institute said that he considered the discovery a most important one and that he thought practical beneficial results would follow. Or. Welch is never impulsive in expressing an opinion on Medica subjects. The fact that he is Well please with the investigation of the two students is taken As an indication that much importance should be attached to the Dis covery. School Beard heating. The regular monthly meeting of the Bristol Public school Board was held in the directors room in the High schoo building 011 last Thi reday evening. The directors a recent Wetrov. E. Wildman e h. Foster b. S. Rue m. D. Harrison d a. Barrett. W. H. Hall w. H. Booi Man As co Llcy Frederick Stuckert Doron Green. The treasurer reported All orders which were drawn at the last meeting the property committee reported that the new hot water Heater was being installed in the ban Street school building by that the work was not yet completed they also submitted bids of placing Wate in the old Wood Street building. On motion action was deferred for the pre sent. Tho Supply committee reporte that new window shades had been placet in All occupied rooms in the Bath Stree building. The superintendent reported that the schools had opened on monday and tha All the teachers except one were in the places and 688 scholars were in attend once. Three children from West Bristo township have been admitted to the Hig school and probably a dozen pupils Are in attendance who reside outside of the Bor Ough limits. Vaccination had been insisted upon and All scholars who did no the Friday sep Tomber 5th, would not be allowed to re main in the school. The superintend in also referred to the matter of True inc and suggested Board take som action to overcome it. After an interest ing disease Ion the school committee empowered to employ a truant officer the sons onus of opinion seemed to be that the police committee of the Boroug should to consulted and if possible arrangements be made by which one o the police officers could be used for the purpose when necessity demanded it Fred i. Kraft was elected Dell Nunen tax collector his compensation and Bond to be fined the same As last year. Interest on Bond of Issue of 1895, amount ing to was paid and Bills aggregating were presented an Council proceed ribs. The regular monthly meeting of the irl Stol Borough Council was held on Moony evening and All of the members were there was but Little business of importance transacted beyond the passage f the usual Batch of Bills and the session was completed in an hour s time f the police committee reporter that the Ignal system was being repaired and that within a few Days the restoration of the item would be completed. Fourteen rests were for drunkenness our for disorderly conduct three assault and Battery and one for larceny. Nino treet lights we re reported out during the month and 38 tramps were lodged at the Talon House. The report was received and Hod. The Bond of Fred i. Kraft tax collector in the amount of with w. H. H. White and William p. Wright s sureties was presented and approved. The Semi annual report of h. B. Ped Iok chief of the fire department was and and received and Allej. was read stating that in delegates Frem the three fire companes had held a convention and elected William Holt of Goodwill company. No. Chief Engineer to serve one year and falter Moore of no. 1 company assist it chief. The selections of the Dele lates were approved by Council a petition signed by none tub property owners on Spruce Street asking that that thoroughfare be curbed and Javed was referred to the Street commit be with Power to act. The t. B. Haikins foundry company requested permission to erect a one Story build my adjoining the foundry which will extend Twenty feet into Dorrance treet. Referred to Street committee with Power. The Bond of the Trenton and Bristol Street railway company was presented y corporation counsel b. Gilkeson ind was approved by an Aye and nay vote. The Bond in in the amount of and s Given prior to Trio granting of a permit to dig up the streets for the purpose of the trolley Road guarantee no the faithful performance of the work Ico ording to the provisions of the Ordi Nance. Or. Rathke of the second Ward Cora Larned of the condition of the gutters sidewalk and the vacant Dorrance lot at he Corner of Lafayette and Pond streets. In Suid the Section was not Only offensive o the Eye but a menace to Good health. It. Rathke solemnly asserted that the weeds had obtained such a rank growth and formed a labyrinth that caused a woman and child to become bewildered ind lose their Way i referred to Street Ommittee. President Scull registered a complaint or the persons living out the forge Road n Tho Vicinity of horse where Ead animals Are boiled up for toilet articles. At certain periods with the wind n the right Quarter the odor was terrible he president declared. Or. Degroot Issue with the presiding officer and Aid he and others had visited the place ind the zephyrs that played thereabouts were As pleasant As though Ladon with the cent of new mown Hay. Or. Degroot de Lared the doors arising from Many of the utters about the Borough were worse ban that which hovers about the dead Ani Mal farm Trewer Poole was advised to Send a ill to the Bristol township authorities for half the expense incurred in repairing the follow Bridge. The following Bills were ordered paid g. W. Fisher removal of garbage 60 00 x h. Moon surveying 30 00 c. H. Bunting carting 11 26 j. Tyrol carting 36 50 Eire Williams lumber for Street committee Fronton s. 0. Co., Stone for streets t. B. Harking foundry co., Cross ing plates s. N. Peirce. Hauling and material for streets 509 61 salaries 310 00 t. B. Harkins foundry co., Light castings 90 T. Chambers material and services police and tire alarm systems 114 59 Ernest Lawrence repairing Wal nut Street wharf 100 of William Holt salary assistant fire chief 10 00 h. B. Pedrick salary fire chief 80 00 Street committee Roll 86 06 3. H. H. Poole treasurer s commis Sions 290 79 p. R. B. Co., freight on Stone 19 50 b. E. L. P. Co., Street lights 345 26 j. Wright salary As clerk 20 83 j. Wilkinson meals for prisoners 45 3 64 70 73 9 16 letters to the editor. Our editor Gazette the term began auspiciously on first Day of september. The superintendent and teachers Hare re turned to their several posts with renewed health and vigor cheerily welcoming their duties. The pupils with Bright morning faces started merrily in As though school Days were of Joy to be greeted with Happy hearts. Their number was six Hun dred and eighty eight just one less than when the schools closed in june. The number will increase As the Day go by and the superintendent and teachers working harmoniously together will have Many opportunities to Cudgel their brains As Well As Vox their souls with things that Otten bring to the face prints of worry ing according to Oliver Wendell Holmes uneasy lie the Heads of All that Rule his worst of All whose kingdom is a likewise sometimes uneasy lie the Heads of the directors who try As they will cannot always steer Clear of break ers or so conduct themselves or their work As to win words of Praise escape the voice of criticism or be deaf to the notes of re freshing censure. Bat it is not my purpose to discuss the directors or to speak of their faults failings foibles or prep exl Tiea. As they Are human they have not All quite reached the lofty state of Perfec Tion but Are mostly subject like other people to the amiable weaknesses of human nature to which charitable persons Are sometimes disposed to be a Little Blind. Nobody but has his said the Wise Shakespeare. It May not be amiss to say something concerning the status of teachers. Their number is Twenty one. Six of them Are graduates of Normal schools having full diplomas which Are valid in every part of the state exempting the holders from fur ther examination. Thirteen have professional certificates issued of three years. Two have provisional certificates Given for one year. These certificates Are issued by the superintendent under Legal conditions. Eight of our teachers Are either natives or residents of Bristol. Eight of the remainder Are from Bucks county. Three came from other counties in Pennsylva Nia and the remaining two Are from neighbouring states. Five of the Twenty one Are graduates of the Bristol High school and one among the number after wards attended the West Chester Normal school where she was graduated. She is one of the six who have Normal school diplomas. It has been the uniform policy of the directors to elect capable teachers and especially those whose standing is fortified by successful experience. In this they have generally succeeded and it would be difficult for any one to discover a tangible basis for taking exception to our corps of teachers. The latest Effort of the Board to elect a teacher to fill a vacancy was attended by the Novelty of a which was Only temporary and mainly due to the absence of some of the directors. The candidate that was finally chosen a graduate of our High school a citizen of our town has bad ten years continuous experience As a teacher in a neighbouring state and the testimonials that she presented to the Board attesting her qualifications and Suc Cess As a teacher were entirely satisfactory. Her election i May properly add was a Victory for the seven members who voted for her and who voted of their own free will and Accord without being asked to do so by any director whatever and without resorting to any obscure method to Prosper their design. K. Wildman. Bristol sep. 8, 1902. Pemo Ihu. A peach from Pear Street. Mrs. Bella Westpy of Pear Street was arrested by officer Musnuff on monday upon the complaint of her neighbors for Iraln a nuisance. A hearing was held be fore Squire Kraft in the evening an array of witnesses was on band to testify As to the character of the defendant. As was remarked and which was made apparent by the testimony the residents of Pear Street do not suffer from ennui but that there in generally something doing when the fair Bella gets liquored one of the witnesses who appeared upon the stand with an infant on her arms declared that mrs. Westpy was a perfect lady when she was sober but was a Ter ror to the neighbourhood when drunk and that the latter condition generally prevailed every saturday night and sunday. Other witnesses asserted the defendant would get out on the Street and scream swear and insult everybody within Range. It was claimed the Youchee Couchee dance of the Side walk was a favorite diversion with the prisoner at the bar. With grim visage and bail plainly written on Hig countenance Suire Kraft listened to the evidence and in default of the Ball committed mrs Westpy to Doyles town to await the september term of court. Albert Westpy was also arrested and committee no jail in default of for interfering with the officer when arresting his wife. Anthony Tice gave the pair a personally conducted tour to the county seat on tuesday morning and introduced them to sheriff Hobensack. The Bristol school Board. Editor Gazette when the conduct of men in Public office is actuated by motives which Ace tincture by personal Ani mus and a thirst for revenge overshadows their actual duties it is time for their constituents to consider the feasibility of making a change in the personality of their representatives. The citizens of Bristol want men in Public office who have opinions of their own and who will stand by their convictions but they do not want men with such dwarfed intellects that personal hatred usurps the throne of and causes every Petty difference n opinion to resolve itself into a personal contest to defeat a certain individual. There Are men in Public office whose Only desire is to faithfully serve their constituents. They have opinions of their own and respect the View of others but there Are times when the actions of a minority blinded by personal hatred and a thirst or revenge Are so unbecoming that in or Der to retain their self respect these men Are obliged to subordinate their own opinions and convictions to the greater duty of preserving the dignity and Honor of the organisation. It is human for men to differ in their opinions and factions Are round to exist in All organizations but if the minority would Only resort to Honor Able methods they would have no occasion for personal animosity. Conduct that is a insurable on the part of a minority Only strengthens the Power and influence of a majority. _ truth. Mot fish i n. Fenn s Manor sept. 9, 1902. Editor Gazette your Fallsington Cor respondent made a mistake in last week s items in which he said that the fish candidate for committeeman in lower Falls was elected. Now i am not a fish or any other Mart s candidate but was elected to represent the republicans of this District in the county committee and shall do so. Sincerely yours so Dyler 0. Stokes. Mrs. Willa pm h. Grundy sailed on tuesday for Europe. Hiss Marian Stookert has returned to school at Blairstown h. Miss Sara Sll Berus visiting her sister mrs. Gould at Atlantic City. Miss Frances Minster is visiting miss Ethel Vansant at Rah Way n. Urn. Burnet Landrell is visiting her Sla Ter mrs. Allibone at gun Bury a. Misses Martha and Harriet Leech have been spending a week at Sinkora n. Mrs. E. R. Thornton has returned from a ten Days sojourn at Millerburg a. Thomas Muschert has returned from a week s visit to the shores of Maryland. Mrs. Amy Wright of Buckley Street is spending several weeks with Tullytown relatives. V or. And mrs. O. L. Lilliston of Phila Delphia were the guests of Bristol friends on sunday. Or. And mrs. A. S. Wilson left yester Day for a trip by sea to Boston and the Maine coast. Miss Ethel and Hershy Heslop who have been spending a week in Maryland have returned. Or. And mrs. Charles Dean of Lafay Ette Street spent a few Days at Atlantic pity last week. Miss Maggie Lindsay of Philadelphia spent several Days with Mies Mary Ennis on Maple Street. Or. And mrs. W. 0. Hendrickson Are visiting their daughter mrs. I. K. Freed at Sherman a. Balph l. Morrow a Plainfield n. J., newspaper Man spent saturday and Sun Day with Bristol friends. Miss Annie b. Landreth who has been spending the summer at Spring Lake re turned to Bristol yesterday. Mrs. Margaret Burroughs is spending several weeks with her brother Alexander Watson on Lafayette Street. Miss Katie Downs of Buckley Street is in West Philadelphia for a several weeks stay with mrs. Gilbert Stewart. Miss Abbie Chase of the local Standard Telephone company Exchange is spend ing her vacation at Wilmington. Henry hooding of bs6 Locust Street is spending a two weeks vacation at Niagara Falls and at the Toronto exhibition. Edward Rinck of Mulberry Street has a string bean Vine growing in his Yard on which the Beans Are 18 inches Long and still growing. Mrs. Annie Mcginley and miss Sheri Dan of manch chunk Are spending two weeks with the misses Mcfadden on Buckley Street. Miss Nellie k. Thomas who has been spending the summer with or. And mrs Walter f. Leedom returned to Philadelphia today. Mrs. B. O. Thomas and daughter mrs. Henry k. Love who have been upending nearly a year with relatives in Tacoma Wash., returned to Bristol on tuesday. G. Burren of Boston and miss Marie Stackhouse of Everett mass., for Merly of Bristol have returned to their Homes after a three weeks visit with miss Stackhouse s aunt mrs. Fred b. Boor., at Rocky Hill n. J., and with Bristol rela Tives and friends. Roast pig supper. The annual Harvest Home of the Tull town Christian Church will be held in red men s Hall september 20, 1902. Afternoon and evening. Roast pig supper. Methodist Church notes. Arrangements Are being made to hold a rally Day in the sunday school in the near future. The sewing school will reopen in the Church parlor on saturday afternoon at 3.30 o clock. The sacrament of the lord s supper was administered at the service on last sunday morning. The monthly social of the Epworth league will be held in the Church parlor tomorrow evening. Rev. Or. Shaw pastor of the Tullytown m. E. Church will deliver the Sermon at the prayer meeting service to alight. The interest on the Church debt is due october 1st. All persons whose sub scrap tons Are yet unpaid Are requested to make payment of the same to the Church treasurer before that Date. Complying with a request made by the w. 0. T. Tj., the pastor Bev. Theodore Stevens offered special petitions in his prayers on sunday for the speedy term nation of the strike now in Progress among the Anthracite Coal miners. This who is the responsible Man in asked the brusque visitor Don t know who the responsible party is answered the office boy Bat Lam the one who always gets the lady in dry goods "1 will look at your materials Tor Salesman recently transferred from the dress goods tee Madam something that won t show Humph you can Tell that Cromton has t lived Long in the suburbs. Why he s All the time talking about mowing the Lawn if he it lived there any time he d get Down to cutting the grass catty a and planes. The Estey plane and Organ co., who Are display Ian a Sample line of their instruments at 207 Mill Street Bristol pa., Are extensive manufacturers of pianos and or Gans with a record and experience unexcelled and a reputation unrest Riclo by the boundaries of the United states. These instruments Are famous everywhere for their durability tone and Quality. The name Esley is a Williar name and is common in every household throughout this country. The Estey factories Organ and piano Are entirely distinct and separate one fro i the Are extensive and thoroughly equipped from which a Large and rowing out put is constantly going out to meet the demands of an appreciative Publio. The piano f in toy is located in new York City the great Centre of piano Industry. The employees Are skilled and experienced Arti Zaus of the better classes among the three Hundred different piano manufactories in this country the Esu a Pural Ells the More famous and popular. The Estey piano u a strictly up to Date thoroughly constructed High Grade instr in out. It ranks with the Best it has stood the test of critics and use and considerable abuse for Many years so that today with its Many improvements it holds an unchallenged place among the few Superior and More 8esirable snakes of this country. Compared with other lugh Grade pianos the Oast of the eaten is very reasonable com ing within the reach of persons of limited Means in people in Bristol and Vicinity who have the they Are not a testify of the Superior merits of their pianos if enquired of. The Organ factory located at Brattleboro vt., is one of the largest if not the largest of its kind in the United states. More than a half Century ago or. Jacob Estey the founder commenced the business of manufacturing Reed instruments in a very Small Way in the old grist Mill in Brattle Boro. Fear by year by Wise and capable management the business increased and the instruments became More popular. Several times during the earlier history of the Busi Ness larger quarters became necessary and were provided to meet the growing demands until the present Plant was projected and built which for uniqueness and adaptability is a Model. For fifty six years the Estey Organ tories Hare been sending out instruments in to All parts of the United states Imo Canada and Ocious the Waters into foreign countries to adorn and Gladden the Homes of All classes of people. No Organ manufactory has equalled the Esley in the number of instruments made and sold and no manufacturer has reached the Acme of the Estey s acquired and Hon Estly earned reputation As Organ . With Toiuo exec re w once i permanent it Tilhod. Apply f. Lapierre kid Langton a. A autumn tour via Railroad. A personally conducted tour covering nine Days and including Gettysburg Blue mountains Luray natural Bridge Chattanooga Lookout Mountain Asheville ind Washington will leave new York by special Pullman train of sleeping dining and observation cars on october rate covering transportation Carriage drives hotel accommodations and All necessary expenses during the entire trip from new York and new air from Philadelphia and proportionate rates from other Points. The party will be under the direction of an experienced Penn Sylvania tourist agent and a Chaperon. Entire Day will be spent on the Gettys Burg Battle Field another Day at Chattanooga and Lookout Mountain two Days at Ashville and two Days at Washington. Apply to ticket agents tourist agent 1196 Broadway new York or George w. Boyd assistant general passenger agent Philadelphia. To Boom Cape Hay. Anthony m. Zane the Well known builder of Philadelphia and Frank 6. De War As of Bristol representing a Syndi Cate consummated that is probably the most important Deal in real estate that has taken place on the new Jersey coast in Many years. They have purchased a tract of More than 1100 acres of valuable Beach front property Jet Cape May and if their plans for its development Are carried out Over will be expended on the land within the next year or two. The design is to create at Cape May High Grade fashionable resort with magnificent streets drives and hotels. The Cost of part of the property already Pur chased was which was paid. In Cash last week after the West Jersey title company has spent several months in perfecting the title. An additional tract purchased by them will be settled for next tuesday. The big Deal has been in Progress for Many months. Leading business men of Cape May took an Active interest in bring ing it to a head As the Best Means for the development of the place that had Ever been presented. A proposition that Cape May should Issue Bonds for a Large amount of improvement of the Beach front of the purchasers should go ahead with the scheme of development received popular endorsement. In addition to the land development there is a project for an Extension of the trolley line which now runs from rape May Point to rape May and Sewell s Point to will be continued to so Hellen Ger s Landing a popular fishing and yachting resort. The Philadelphia an d Reading railway company is said to be behind this Enterprise and to is under stood that the company has already secured control of the trolley line which will make connection with the Reading s rape May Road. Monster clearance Sale we will hold from september 18th to 27th the greatest truest and most Liberal clearance Sale Ever attempted in Bristol. Bar pins from every department. Every item advertised will of sold. Every line is worthy of the people s Confidence we enjoy and every article is sold As Odvert Imd. A goods will be plainly displayed and marked in Large Plain Fig ures. Every item will convince you that this is v our greatest Sale and your greatest Opportunity. Fruit of the loom Muslin. So Hill bleached Muslin. 5j5oo Yew la of unbleached Muslin Woitun 7c, Lor. 40 Vailles White Muslin undershirts embroidery trimmed Only 3bc a lanes White Muslin skirts splendidly made and ladles White Loc Vailles 3c children s in of under vests. Turkish Wash toilet 4c 8c Waterproof skirt binding. 3c Bent Chintz lining All colors. 4e men s 15c socks pc men s ask socks. Ise men s shirts. I5e men s Winter kind 3oc boys Winter under Eherts. Ask kinds Lac ladies 20kinds, sue men s husking stoves. Loc corsets 39c men s suspenders 2sc neckties 56o Haven t room to mention much come and see. Don t wait until after this Sale is Over and then expect to get goods at the same Low prices. They will not be sold one hour after the time at this Sale pricks. But we expect them All to be gone before the Sale in Over. Turn Moat thu to Folly it. To Bare will be placed on we every Day during he week. Come and Aee. 01. Baity Smith special notices advert Semente under this head will be insert Tor Viall a cent a word. A advertisement taken Tor lass than 10 menu White round crocheted shawl on aug. 20, on or near the circus grounds. To Ward it loft at . Grand he said a Bailie of a Small scotch town to a Friend be Maun has been an extraordinary Man Shakespeare. There Are thing Boa Home into Bis head that Wou d never bae Home into mine at a lodger say Young Feller de Bloke in de nex parlor snores so fierce Dat i can t git Ter landlord Back to de mattress wot do Yoose want fifteen grand Opery a human body cremated produces on an average tone founds of asses. Pythian Hall Lias been newly furnished and decorated and a new Maple Hoor Laid and every thing is up to Date. Two will Farni the music for the Ocea Nian scholars clones on wednesday events Sta. Aid saturday matinees Tram 2 to 5 o clock. Public or private instructions. Every of ballroom dancing taught. Join now classes now terming. For terms Etc address Thoa. Mooing is Box 401. Bristol a. Opening of the Bristol dancing facade my washing am ing and ironing to do. Mrs. K. Johnston 323 Wilson Street i at the Railroad i ton on sunday evening. Reward if turned to the Gaz Ktuk of lace. Re Ost Bast saturday a razor in a red com j be word if returned to of Ziti office. Salesmen wanted to look alter our in in is oks and adjacent counties salary or go my i Union. Address the Victor Oil company Cleveland lilo. For Sale cheap. Double to barrelled Breech Loadine Shotgun 12 Noro Greener make new. Apply 152 Otter Bristol. For Well equipped milk route and business in address r., p. O. Inc 220. Do Les town. A. 8-28-4c to and upward on collateral Security or mortgage houses Anil mortgagee bought. For bout on tire insurance Amily to we. E. Lang 829 Tad Cliffe Street. Stoke for rent no. S24 Bath Street for Nill Lunert or other bus Lipiew. Anniv Wilson Randall b2h Bath Street Bristol. Trout for to mrs for Natt Ollile Street dwelling be tween Mulberry and Walnut streets for terms etc., address Jos. To Huston. Brutal pout office. For Sale. A lot with tront of 22ik feet on mansion Street. John c. Stuck but. Estate notice. A state Iff Edward if. Booz late of Briitta Bor Wjk Lluela co., fa., deaf Ltd. Lett us testamentary in the above estate having been granted to the in designed executors All persons indebted to Slid estate Ore requested to make immediate payment and those liar Long Legal claims against the same will present delay to Louisa Booz . Gilk Tsoh Jamis attorneys. Bristol a. 6t. Estate notice Kittle of Sarah a. Jokes late of brutal Bor Ough bucket county letters or administration in the above a tata having been granted Toto underlined executor All Pera in indebted to Bald estate will make immediate payment and those having logs i tue same will present them without delay to have a s Hue . G lke80h jabs att Tyg. 8-21-ct. Estate notice . . Of Doris too liver atoms late of hot tool Borough Bucks co. A letters of administration on the above estate having been granted to the under signed All Persona indebted to Suki estate Are requested to make payment and those Havtur claims to present the Famo. Without delay to Tati administrator. Joan c. Set Jokhu attorney. ?-3l-6t. Public Sale of household goods and office furniture. On saturday sept 13, 1902, at 208 Wood Street at the office lately occupied by e n. Booz there will be sold tie Lolly Liin office fuhnitu11k. B one Walnut table 3 desks 6 office chairs 1 revolving Rothje Cliar Book ease desk Couch beating stove Large banging lamp several old rare Law books Ana histories a Anglinjr Book Shell 30 Yards of striped Cocoa matting Tut of tools. Household goods. Good bedroom suites Walnut Extension table Bedel Niland table chairs rockers stoves Good baby Couch Walnut Barber chair and Many other useful household Arti cles. Sale at one o clock. Kob but Clark auctioneer. Ply to in pythian Hall mood 8tbket, Bristol saturday sept 27 popular prices dancing from 8 to 12 o clock years test proves rap 1 i Estey the Best it Fob the balance of this month we display a hulks of e5tey pianos organs at 207 Mill Street intending purchasers Wili find this an exceptional Popok tjsbm8 Estey piano Organ company cd. Moody. 1 Dickinson s distilled extract of Witch Hazel a fresh lot just received. Tho barrel is in the window. Or. Pursell s drug store . Philadelphia conservatory of music 822 n. Broad Street. The leading musical institution. Twenty sixth season. Branches of instruction piano vocal music Organ All orchestral Harp mandolin guitar Banjo. Dramatic Art elocution. Languages. The conservatory employs 40 experienced instructors who Are accomplished music Tail and artist performers m.50 to 30.00. For catalogue a Kichard 0. Schirmer director 822 m. Brood St., Philadelphia a. Sheriff s Sale of Seal estate. By virtue if a writ of Levarl aclae to me directed will be sold at Public so on Friday september 1mb, 1902, at 11 o clock at the sheriff s office in the Borough of Doylestown Bucks county pa., All the following described real estate to wet All that certain tract of land situate in the township of Northampton county of Bucks and state aforesaid bounded and described Accord ing w a plot drawn by j. Pemberton Hutch in boil g. A. From Bis Survey of july 1892. And duly recorded in the recorder s office at Doyles town in said county As follows Viz. Begin Ning at a Stone in i Middle of a Public Road known As the Bridgeton and Attleboro Road in line of land now or late of the estate of Martha Camus thence by the same and lands of estate of David Feaster formerly of Aaron Feaster North five degrees and Tufty Hven minutes East ninety six perches and sixty eight hundredths of a Perch to a Corner of lands formerly part of the same tract with this and designated As lot no. 3, on the Alo resold recently sold to k. V. Murphy thence along the southerly Side of the same North eighty seven degrees and Twenty nine minutes East sixty Sli torches and seventy eight hundredths of a Perch to the my Idle of Highland Avenue on said plan in line of lands formerly also part of the same tract with this and recently conveyed to John airy thence by tue same i along the Middle of said Avenue South two degrees and thirty one minutes East six eighty Lekht bund redux of a Perch and 2 along the southerly Side of said tract North eighty seven degrees and Twenty nine minutes East sixty two perches and two hundredths of a Perch to the Middle of another Public Road thence along the Middle of the same and by land of Tze Klel k. Krewson for Merly of Lewis Hagar an i South thirteen de Grees and thirty fire minutes East forty six perches and fourteen hundredths of a Perch and 2 South fatty two degrees and Btty fire minutes East Nineteen perches and six tenths of a Perch to a earner in the Middle of the new Buck thence along the Middle of the same and by units of Jonathan , formerly of David Cornell South thirty nine degrees West thirty seven perches and ninety seven one hundredths to a Corner of lands of Samuel o. Cor Nell formerly of David Cornell thence by the same South degrees and Twenty nine minutes West one Hundred and forty one perches and seventy two one hundredths of a Perch to the place of beginning. Containing eighty one acres and one Hundred and forty and four tenths Square perches 81 a. 148 4-10 per More or less. Excepting and re serving therefrom and there out All that lot or piece of land sold by Altreda. Evans it at., administrators etc., to the Philadelphia hew town and new York Railroad company beginning at Biol it in the Middle of the new Buck thence extending along the South line of the right of Way of the Philadelphia Jjo Wtown and new York Railroad South seventy tour degrees and fifteen minutes West three Huu Aud forty feet 340 feet to a Point thence by land of which tills was a part South Otteen de Grees and forty live minutes East one Hundred and no net four feet i the Middle of the new Buck thence along the Middle of the came North degrees and thirty min utes East three Hundred and ninety two feet to the place of beginning. Containing three tour Hoof an acre of land More or Lew. And taken in execution few the property of Harry Forrest Webb Mortgagor and a Luboff , real owner of Laud charged ant to be sold by b. Frank Hobensack sheriff. Office boy Lettow pa., aug. It is not too late to take a blood purifier. 4 4, people neglected to take one on account of the backward Spring. Our enrol Lien and stimulates the blood invigorates and to Novato the whole system curing All hum Ore of the blood and skin. Constipation kidney debility nervous troubles etc., Are due to impure blood. So do not delay. Edward Wright prescription pharmacist 303-305 Mill St., Bristol in your Home there should be a bottle of reliable Tough Medicine at All seasons of the year and particular new oar compound syrup of White Pine and tar is reliable. Twenty five cents. Send a postal or phone for it. I Young s 569 Bath Street Bristol fresh pork Selling out All summer goods below Cost. Ladies White waists that sold at and reduced to other waists As Low m t5o Wash skirts that Soli at and f 1.50, reduced to 79o children s dresses that sold at 25c and 39o, now ladies Fine White petticoats red oed to 49o ladies Hose reduced to 9o, or 8 pairs for use remember these goods Are reduced away below Cost and they will net last Ong at these prices. Ask for a Coupon which entitles the hold to 42-Plece dinner set. Pearson Horn s meat Market 3o8 Mill Street Bell. Phone 141. Special prices pure Leaf lard ib., ii l-2c Century condensed milk 9c Boston baked Beans can 7c Mason s quart jars Doz., 49c Best White Jar rub is Doz 3c Mason s sex. Jar Caps Doz i9c Golden yellow sugar ib., 4c Witch Hazel pint bottle i2c Lemons Best Messina Doz. 9c fancy whole Grain Rice ib., 6c cheese Best York state in. I3c s. O. Childs Mill and Sta. Gasoline and Gas stoves ranges and furnaces tin and Blue enam eled tin roofing and spouting roofs painted stoves stored for the summer Hendricks Mariner Wood and Penn a Chat with smokers. Asa dealer in cigars beat attention in the Effort to Tor my increasing Trade the very Best Oadle that expert in Dement and Money procure. A soon on a Cigar of Merit Apon the it nude its Way to my counter. Among the new brands that ate popular i Bava the Ben Hur John Smith and Elsie. Don t forget that i still Mil the celebrated Sisters Denra if anticipate baying a Box of cigars can and see what i can do Lor Yap. Twenty five brands of 6c. Cigars. John t. Smith. Up to Date Cigar store p. O. Building a. A paper
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