Bristol Bucks County Independent in Bristol, Pennsylvania
5 Aug 1921

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5 Aug 1921

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Bristol Bucks County Independent (Newspaper) - August 5, 1921, Bristol, Pennsylvania Bucks county Independent Bristol pa., Friday August 5. 1921. Hair culture talk number two we asserted last week that hair can be grown on Bald Heads we reiterate the on statement. Do not neglect your Hail another Day we do not claim to lie Able to perform miracles but we can remove the cause of Tai lug hair. Even where constant neglect has allowed a Bald spot to Peep through we can still restore health to the Scalp and by feeding the roots coax Back a growth of hair. Treatment relent ii Mically applied will change thin scrawny Heads of hair to heavy luxurious growths. Nature never intended that one woman should have and enjoy More hair Beauty than another nature is sometimes abused and she refuses to function fully. Ignorance is usually the cause for the latter condition. If Given tile Opportunity to will diagnose your hair needs and if it scanty Aid you in its restoration. Bristol Beauty parlor room 110 Forrest theatre bldg. Phone 410 open evenings until 9 of clock except wednesday chit Chat by miss Esther Lawrence during the absence of miss lawrence1 who is spending her vacation in Maine the staff of the Independent will Endeavor to keep up her column. Of course we do not expect to do quite As Well As miss Essie does but an Effort i 11 be made. The editor last two Days of our great shirt Sale greatest values in shirts Ever offered the people of Bristol and Vicinity. §7.50 crepe silk shirt.$5.45 $6.00 silk shirts.$3.45 $4.00 silk Stripe shirts.$2.45 $3.00 Madras shirts.$2.10 $2.50 crepe and Soisette shirts.$1.45 $1.50 Percale neat stripes.95 $2.00 Clifford cloth Collar attached.$1.25 $2.50 Soisette and Pongee Collar attached.$1.75 famous Jack Rabbit work shirts.65 Gallagher amp Gallagher Toggery for men Mill Street at Cedar or. And mrs. Otto Terneson and Kotlier mrs. Hannah Terneson or. And mrs. Anton Terneson and daughter. With or. And mrs. William Terneson or. And mrs. William Simons and two sons will leave next week to spend two weeks at Seaside i tights n. Upon their return mrs. Frank Leitzman with the Wiltshire family of Maple Street will spend some time at the same cottage at this popular resort. Miss Marian Smith employed at the Bristol Trust co., will spend her vacation during the week of August 27, at Hackensack n. J., with her Uncle and aunt or. And mrs. Wilson Closson former residents of Bristol. Or. And mrs. W. E. Dodds of Radcliffe Street left on saturday Foi i Philadelphia and will go from there by boat to Boston then on to Novia Scotia spending a month on the trip. Or. And mrs. W. C. Lecompte and family left for it. Pocono today i whore their family will remain during the month of August. Or. An mrs. Lecompte will remain there for a few Days then return to their Home Here. Or. And mrs. Frank Baldwin of Radcliffe Street entertained their son a a Ted Baldwin with his chum or. Hill from Cornell University to a Doggie roast on Burlington Island saturday afternoon. Or. And mrs. Emlen Martin of 315 Radcliffe Street left on sunday for several Days Outing at their Bungalow along Rancocas Creek n. Or. And mrs. James of by Ien and family of Dorrance Street will move to Philadelphia about september 1st, for the convenience of their three boys who Are attending the Arch Bishop Ryan memorial school. Mrs. Mary Gilkeson of 920 Rati Cliffe Street is spending several Days at Asbury Park n. Messes. John Reid and Earl Ross have been elected Delegate and a1 Ternate to attend the convention of the coloured Lodge of elks which convenes at Boston. August 23. They will leave lie re for the a a huh City August 22, and will be accompanied by or. Charles e. Richardson. Mrs. Charles Grimm with her sister mrs. Schumo of Hamburg a arrived on Friday last to attend tile removal of their father or. John Smith of Pond Street who was taken to the Harriman Hospital on saturday. Messes. Joseph Lussey of Lobance Street with Horace and James Fine and John Delong motored on sunday to Point pleasant where they will Camp for a week. Mrs. Anna Burke of Radcliffe Street returned on sunday from Seattle Washington state where she has been the guest of her brother Mathew Coleman during the past four weeks. Or. M. Morgan and wife of Dorrance Street motored on sunday to Philadelphia and suburban Points. Miss Lois Watt of Wood and Washington streets left on saturday to accept a position As trained nurse at Nyack Hospital. New York. Do you know Why it s toasted to Seal in the delicious Burley flavor. Its toasted. 252525252525252525252522252525252525 25252525252522252525252525252525252525252525 25 August clearance of our High Grade shoe Stock following the trend of the times we have slashed prices on the majority of Stock in oui store a few7 of the Many bargains to be obtained Are listed below. Miss May Jones of the Eastern Shore of Maryland w to has been the j Jefferson Avenue. Guest of or. And mrs. De b. Abbott of Radcliffe Street returned to her Southern Home on monday last. Or Arthur Keller of Newtown was the week end guest of his sister mrs. Joseph Webster of a look out farm a Tullytown. Of her brother Phillip Callahan Buckley Street. Miss Mary Brennan of Jefferson Avenue with miss Anna Ulrick of Harriman were Over sunday guests of Burlington friends. Or. Thomas Brennan of Philadelphia spent sunday Writh his daughter miss Sadie Brennan of Jefferson Avenue. Misses Isabella and Frances Mcfadden along with misses Marie and i Gertrude Roche and miss Julia me Fadden All of Pine Street Regina Boyle of Bath Street and miss Mary Mcfadden of Pond Street Harri i Man. Spent sunday on a motor trip i to pleasant Hill Beach Torres Dale. Or. Edward Keating of 9.18 Rad Ici Iffe Street accompanied by his sons Paul and Edward jr., returned yes vierday after a weeks stay at Wildwood n. I mrs. Annie Ulrick of Jackson j Street Harriman spent the weekend with friends in Germantown a. Master Edward Priestley of Jefferson Avenue after spending a week camping with the boy scouts troop 2, on the Rancocas Creek has returned Home. Or. And mrs. Lynch of Norristown pa., arrived by Auto on Sun Day to spend the week end with or. And mrs. William Priestley of of mrs. Hugh Mcgee of Mill Street has returned from a weeks visit with friends in Mauch chunk. Or. And mrs. Joseph Poane of 309 Walnut Street entertained a Large gathering of friends from Trenton on sunday. Miss Katherine Garafolo of the a Quaker City was the Over sunday miss Lilian b. Cook of Newtown was the week end guest of or. And mrs. John Taylor of Radcliffe Street. Miss Marie Brennan of Jefferson Avenue and miss Anna Ulrick. Of Jackson Street Harriman were week end visitors of friends in Burlington n. In. Anna Ulrick of Jackson j j t t a f j t t t t t guest of her Uncle and aunt or. And Street Harriman and her son fran mrs. Be vet a Aita of Penn Street. Cist spent tuesday in Philadelphia. Master William Fine of Wood contractor Joseph Poane has completed a Kitchen cellar for Angelo i Nicholas of Wood and Franklin streets. Mrs. Charles Catlike of Pond Street was an Over sunday guest of friends at Riverton n. Or. And mrs. William Simons of j 2 19 Otter Street motored on sunday last to new Jersey Seaside reports in a new Ford car recently pin j chased. A a berth Sheridan of a Bronco Buster Fame of 1102 Radcliffe Street j left on tuesday for Battle Creek Michigan where he will enter a a wild West aggregation that he recently engaged with. Or. John Mcbride of Trenton n. J., a former Boatman i n Tho Lehigh navigation co. Canal was a visitor on sunday to the old timers who arrived Here by boat from Mauch chunk. Or. John Coyle of Lehighton pa., is at present acting As nurse with her sister miss Bella Mcgee who a been quite ill for several weeks. Or. And mrs. Charles Rommel and daughter Gladys of Mill and Radcliffe streets. With councilman Charles Catlike motored on sunday last to Long Branch Asbury Park and other new Jersey Points. Or. And mrs. Hugh Dugan of Wilmington Delaware Weie the week end guests of or. Phillip Callahan of Street has recovered from a sprained muscle in his neck received while diving at Burlington Island Park. Miss Margaret White and miss Alice Muslin la of Lafayette Street spent sunday visiting miss Alda Phelps of Edgely. Miss Mae Slater of Market Street spent thursday visiting friends Iii Philadelphia. Miss Katherine Blanch of Otter Street has gone for several weeks visiting relatives in Boston. Miss Agnes Weiss of new Buckley Street and miss Marie Brennan of Jefferson Avenue spent yesterday in Tien ton n. Miss Kathryn Skirm of dowing town is spending a week with her grandmother mrs. A. B. Deadly of 918 Radcliffe Street. Or. And mrs. Worob and family. Of Wood and Dorrance streets Are spending the first two weeks in August at Atlantic City. Miss Alice Mcllvain of Dorrance Street is spending the week end with friends in new York. Miss Gerti tide and William Murphy jr., children of or. And mrs. W. Murphy of Jefferson Avenue Are spending several weeks with friends in South Langhorne. Or. And mrs. Raymond Roth of Beaver Street have returned Froin a August reduction Sale boys Wash suits $2.25 boys Wash suits. 95c i size 2 to 6 years dressing sacks 85c ladies dressing sacks in Light and dark Percale sizes of it to 50, at 50c children a dresses amp aprons 85c and $1.00 children a dresses and aprons sizes 2 to 14 to 59c House dresses $2.00 ladies House dresses reduced to $1.59 All sizes and new styles boys blouses toe and $1.00 boys blouses. Reduced to 59c All sizes bathing Caps rpn1 11�?� to 50c Doc bathing to 25c All Arf needlework reduced 25 per cent. R. R. Pearson phone 74mbristol, a. Store closed wednesday afternoon and evening june july and August i i i f t i t y a a i a x y f t j t t a f j t f v t t a it x t a a a a j x ? i a t % a a a 2 i x x x x a a i a a a a Joo Buckley Street during or. Dug visit to or. And mrs. Earl Roth of a irs Here. Visit to the Veteran Boatmen Ridgefield Park n. Messes. Charles Aita of Penn Street with Louis Niccol Frank a Monkey Home a what is this darwinian theory Manzo Frank Wyno and Mingo anyhow a asked or. Wapping Mace motored in or. Aitay a Buick car to Atlantic City on sunday. Master Joseph Aita of pen Street with his Sisters miss Katie and Anna Aita along with their Cousin miss Kathryn la pol a of Philadelphia were chaperoned by or. And mrs. Anthony Iannota sunday last on an Auto trip to Belmar Ocean Grove Asbury Park and Long Branch new Jersey. Mrs. Mary Mcgee of Mauch chunk Mother of John j. Mcgee of Wood and Lafayette streets despite her advanced age took an Auto trip last week of 300 Miles to visit her sister at Sayre a. The time of endurance on the Long journey was ten hours each Way from which this aged lady experienced no ill effects. Miss Kathryn Callahan of Philadelphia was an Over sunday guest a so far As i can learn a Repin d or. Wobble a a it a the theory that the original family tree produce. a Birmingham age her Ald. Real estate insurance we Issue Bonds and write insurance covering the following lines fire automobile Public liability burglary and theft a riot and civil commotion goods in transit Daylight robbery and Holdup treasurers and contractors Bonds Bristol properties and business locations on Mill Street for Sale Gilkeson amp James 205 Radcliffe Street Bristol a. A As menus tan Elk scout shoes. These Are Endicott Johnson a and have sold for $3.50. Menus tan Beacon Brogue oxfords $4.45 these have been Cut from $6.00. Women a White Polar cloth pump $3.65 your Choice of French or baby Louis heels value $5.00. Women Stan calf pumps.$5.45 these have baby Louis heels Are $7.00 value. Frown girls tan one strap pump $3.15 these Are Strong and sturdy $4.00 value. Children a play oxfords.$1.15 Barefoot sandals same Price $1.50 value. Little gents scout shoes .$1.95 sizes 8 to 1314, value $2.50. Women Cushion sole nurses oxford.$3.15 these Are tile last word in Comfort $4.00 value. Menus Wear a the kind that wears and gives colonial ice Cream wins favor in Bristol this Cream which has leaped into popular favor Here easily outstrips All competitors in comparison from every standpoint. Purity unexcelled delicious Flavouring colonial Cream May be had at the following places 25 55 25 25 25 25 in k 25 x Popkins Forrest Block Bristol a. 252525252525252525252525252525252525252525252525252525 the above is our motto. Since taking charge of this business we have cleared out the old Stock and replaced it with a up to the minutes merchandise. 825 55 25 s i 25 in Alfred % a 8 ref let us serve you Edward Callahan Buckley Street elks Home r Radcliffe Street Townsend restaurant Mill Street George Johnson Otter Street Crawford a grocery Beaver dam Road Joe Chamberlain Pond Street Washington House Hood and Washington streets Harles Finney Pond and Lafayette streets we no amp Nocita Wood St. Next colonial theatre Martins drug store Radcliffe Street Harry Strauss / Pond Street h. Sch Embley \ f Bath Street y / Tony Ragno \ / Lincoln Avenue / John Shire 502 Jefferson Avenue v / mrs. Coyle it / 301 Mill Street \ Buckley Street try the new flavor Orange pineapple attractive territory open for new agencies Bristol Tracy amp Baker Harriman no i Jug

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