Bristol Bucks County Independent in Bristol, Pennsylvania 5 Aug 1921
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Bristol Bucks County Independent (Newspaper) - August 5, 1921, Bristol, Pennsylvania
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But by the 25c will win you Gigantic shoe Sale two weeks Only beginning Friday August 15th a Sale that is persuasive in its proof that High prices Are now ancient history to a you whence Fuu Benefit of the economical efficiency of our highly organized merchandising system011 for a t you t0 compare values in this and other shoe sales we wish to uru tvs i a a Are us a a he Emliy any had the Rcd it a a e ours come not possibly measure up to ours in Quality. Below Are a few of our Many specials for this Sale. A l nth amp a a i in. _ _ _ 410 Mill St. Try a the Nea a Ulasea store a a inhere Quality counts a 305 Washington St. 217 Buckley St. Pond amp Lincoln ave. Genuine Gold Seal flour Elk a 67c 12 la. Bag a i ii i tide All i Olin i family flour at. An exceptionally Low Price. Buy a Bas today. A a Ascot Eva. Milk12c keeps longer than fresh milk for your next Rice pudding try a can hawaiian grated a pineapple can lie splendid for pies ice Cream fruit salads. Hawaiian pineapple big can 29c Sun Sweet Calif. Prunes la lie 17c Quality just the same the Only difference is Iii the size of the fruit. 45c a Casco teas x Vamp pkg. 23c 14 la pkg. 12c five delightful blends Range Pekoe India Ceylon. Gold country style Plain Hack mixed. Which do you prefer Choice new peas can 12i/2c peas with that a just picked flavor. A Casco a sifted peas can 19c fancy sugar Corn can 10c Sweet and tender. Exceptionally big value. 28c Rich creamy cheese la real Good tasty cheese. A a Ascot q Corn flakes pkg 3 pkg for 25c your first taste of these big Crisp Corn flakes will make you an a a Ascot regular. Fancy Norway o for i Fyk Mackerel. A 1 us each fish a substantial portion for an adult. Gorton a codfish cakes can 18c Heady to Fry. Enough for a family of three. Buy at an a a Ascot store save the difference Asco Quot cornstarch. Pkg 7c Quot Asco Quot bread crumbs pkg 10c Quot Asco Quot Jelly powder. Pkg 9e Quot Asco Peanut butter skis Quot Asco Quot cider vinegar Bot 16c Quot Asco Quot w. D. Vinegar Bot 12c pure salad Oil big Bot 25c Quot Asco Quot spice pkg 5c sour pickles. Choice sardines. Best red Salmon. Calif. Tuna fish. Eagle cond. Milk. Hershey a Cocoa. Best table Salt. Pure Apple butter. Can inc Best soup Beans la 6c Babbitt s Best soup. Cake 5c Quot Asco Quot ammonia Bot 9c Best 12c big Bot inc ,.3 cans Loc can 25c can la inc can 20c can 9c, 18c big bag inc Asco Quot pc Ole Margarine la a pure Bulter substitute of exceptional Merit. Quot Asco Quot sliced i q Bacon pkg Doc sugar cured Bacon sliced thin and packed in sanitary containers. Loc Best Pink Salmon tall can have you served Salmon Era Quets lately 33 33 33 33 3 33 33 33 33 xxx u 33 33 a 33 33 xxx 33 s3 33 33 33 33 s3 33 33 33 ii 33 33 53 33 33 bul Durham tobacco 17c a a Ascot baking powder la can Why pay More buy a a Ascot Brand the Best made. A s c 0 Bot Ginger ale in Root Beer in /2c Sarsaparilla $1.45 dozen fresh baked crackers i of s Macaroni 3 c 0 i spaghetti25 c a a Victory bread big Quality loaf 6c made from the purest ingredients. That a Quot by \ Itoi is the equal to the Hest homemade. A big Quality loaf for Only 6c. Extra fancy Calif. Peaches s. 29c 6 cans for $1.70 the very finest California peaches grown. At this Low Price it will pay you to buy at least a dozen cans. Are you an a a Ascot customer 11 i Ity meats hat we so qua1 f 8 a Quality meats Low prices courteous service and 16 of i 33 to every Pound. M i nil 0ur meats wil1 l lease and our Low prices will Surprise i s ? you j 33 finest Spring Lamb i b. Or a it 5c neck. It 10c i p t a Quot Quot to psf 50c rack chops re 15c j h rib 40c shoulders it 25c 35 legs of Lamb. V la 35c&Quot 33 i Large 6 la an supreme cooked corned beef son i is i a. I 33 i finest native beef i 25 Rump or round Steak it 35c thick end rib roast la 18c 33 t Ablest uts standing rib roast. 25c f h fresh killed milk fed broilers. Up Ujj kk333333353333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333? 11. In Jiumei j flt Lump Gjuul. Old Boatmen royally entertained in Bristol continued from Page i tier was furnished on the Barrett Lawn which was followed by a sail on the de in Ware in Harbor master Samuel Milnor a speedy launch following the River trip supper was served at a a Townsend a cafe a on Mill Street and then another meeting of old friends was held at the Barrett Home. Monday morning Early these veterans of tile Inland waterway were astir in preparation for their return Home and Long before the Start at 10.30 o clock the old scow a Mabel a was crowded with men women and children All of whom expressed Heartfelt regrets at the leaving of the old vets who Back in 185 8 were frequent visitors to the counterpart of their Mauch chunk Home a the Kettle of Only one Little episode had a tendency to mar the trip of the old Boatmen but no serious consequences resulted from the incident which Edgely news the Twilight services held on the Lawn of the Union Church at Edgely throughout july have been unusually Well attended. During the heated term it was expected that attendance would fall off tremendously but the plan of holding service outside beginning at 7 and ending at about 8.15. Has proved very acceptable. There is always some Bree a in the spot where the services Are held and 1 he congregation has been exceedingly comfortable. The class of ministers engaged has been of a very High Standard the pulpit committee going close attention to Quality and securing Only men of known superiority so that the sermons heard have been exceedingly satisfying to a congregation that is getting accustomed to better speaking than is heard in almost any Church in the big cities bes Des being treated to a Fine variety. The Rev. Or. Edward Warren preached last sunday. Or. George g. Craft of Philadelphia one of the Best heard in recent months will preach again next sunday evenings ervice beginning at 7�?Toclock. The menus choir of the Union Church sings some special number every sunday evening and the attendance upon the services is very encouraging indeed. Should any evening prove hot the congregation w ill be handed Large Palm Leaf fans for that express purpose. Thus far. However the coolness of the evening i has made it needless to Call them nto use show up what a Wise move it was to inaugurate the outdoor services during july and August. At the menus club meeting last monday evening or. Herman schlae Fer who i. Seeking nomination for school director from his fellow Edge elites was in attendance. As All Edgely ites know the matter of the by i school assumed tremendous importance a year or More ago when through their fight the Edgely school was retained. Or. Schlater was therefore asked to express he self regarding this important subject. Which he did Iii a few Well chosen words declaring that it was an Oil rage even to have advocated its closing and saying that he proposed if nominated and elected to work for this and All other matters which were for tile Benefit of the Community. Letters from others seeking the nomination were read and filed. Matters regarding better walks to the schoolhouse better condition of the Road Over the Bridge have been taken up by the club and its members and through their efforts betterment is promised immediately. The club stands for the Good of the whole women Magog. Calf Saddle strap Oxford $3.25 women s Black kid skin Comfort shoes flexible soles Bubber Heel $3.00 women a calf Oxford military Hel $3.00 boys scout shoes 13i/2 to 6 $2.25 menus Saddle strap Oxford Magog. Calf Bubber Heel $5.00 menus scout shoes Krome and leather sole $3.00 menus Low Cut As Low As $4. Of table lots at less than half Price Frank Green 308 Mill Street in j. J 11.11. Act Community and this tact is Bein recognized by residents some of whom have held aloof Bat others of whom Are signifying their approval by joining tilts Bunch of live Fellows who know what they want and go out Atter it. The menus clubs first annual picnic will be held saturday August . At Edgely Park and not at Florence Heights As at first announced. Members will bring their families and All will bring their own lunches and suppers though some refreshment will be provided by the club itself friends of the club and its members Are also invited for it is proposed to make the Day mighty enjoyable if weather permits. Land and water sports Are being arranged including a Canoe Tilting match swimming matches and a lot of other events. Arrangements for the ladies have been made and a Bungalow provided in which they May dress Advance hints show that everybody is in for a Good time if the weather Man feels in Good humor and behaves accordingly. Us Ltd a the Best Way to Honor our dead soldiers is to remember the s. A Piedmont. Happened when their boat entered Quot Cochrane a lock. Lawrence Mcgintey in assisting to Clear decks removed a Large american Flag from the Stern for Safe keeping j Psi As Quot Mabel struck the Side of the lock poor a a Larry lost his balance and with a old glory went overboard. Willing hands among the Crew soon had him Back an deck none tile worse for his Impromptu Bath. N. A. Barrett with mrs. Barrett and John Gavaghan unable to restrain their anxiety to see the old timers arrive walked up the Towpath and Rode Back to the stopping Point on the last leg of the journey. To the veterans when they arrived Here it was the living Over their boyhood Days again when they met cronies of boating Days among whom were. John Elmer Michael Downs sr., James Dugan. John Waters James Doughan a pack Eye Archer James Walker William Dougherty James Lawler and a a Cape Norman Dugan who is a Cousin of attorney Edward m. Mulhearn Captain of the trip. Miss Kila Sheridan daughter of Owen Sheridan Admiral of the trip no As on hand at no. I lock to Greet her dad. Having come from Mauch chunk to Welcome the party at the terminus of their journey. Others who during their stay that must not be overlooked were John Curran who years ago manned Hie a flying dutchman a in 1858. William Lynn of the hollow and Charles by Ion better known As hebrew couple married Here a quiet nuptial event occurred Heie on i us Day afternoon when miss Lillian Mayer of Philadelphia became the Bride of Samuel lit for Meily of this Borough and now ass ident of Maylane Alabama. Rho wedding took place in the Home of or. And mrs. Morris Worob of Vav Ood and Dorrance streets and the ceremony was performed by rabbi Barron of Pond Street. Following a honeymoon trip to Atlantic i they will leave for their new Home in Alabama clearance on All White footwear we have one particularly attractive line of ladies pumps with modified French Heel a All sizes at $1.50 others at $1.25 All sorts a nil styles of ties dress and sport shoes offered at less than Cost. Be pretty turn Gray hair dark look Young nobody can Tell if you use grandmothers in pie recipe of Sage Tea and Sulphur almost everyone knows that Sage Tea and Sulphur properly compounded brings Back the natural color and Lustre to the hair when faded streaked or Gray. Years ago the Only Way to get this mixture was to make it at Home which is Mussy and troublesome. Nowadays by asking at any drug store for Quot Wyeth a Sage and Sulphur compound a you will get a Large bottle of this famous old recipe improved by the addition of other ingredients at a Small Cost. Done to stay Gray try it no one can possibly Tell that you darkened your hair As it does it so naturally and evenly. You Dampen a sponge or soft Brush with it and draw this through your hair taking one Small strand at a time Byj morning the Gray hair disappears and after another application or two 1 your hair becomes beautifully dark Glossy and attractive. Wyeth a Sage and Sulphur compound is a delightful toilet requisite for those who desire dark hair and a Youthful appearance. It is not intended for the cure mitigation prevention of disease. Rose amp co. Investment Bankers 50 Broad Street new York City c. W. Collins 320 Jefferson Avenue local representative listed stocks and Bonds sold on the monthly payment plan. We do not handle unlisted stocks or any pro mutations schemes. Seasonable dividend stocks and Bonds can now be purchased on Small monthly payments that will net you 7 to 8 per cent with every reasonably is Sui Ity of a Quick Rise in Market value. Buy Good r. R. Stocks consult Collins 320 Jefferson Avenue Bristol a. Or see them a. W. Winter Mill and Wood streets Bristol a. 3 retrenchment now i f the Vogue i i you will be sur i prised to see How $ near like new we can make your last summer Low cuts look. Prices Are about Back to Normal let us save you some dollars. Profy a the shoe doctor 209 Mill Street automobile Springs pleasure cars or trucks All makes attractive prices h. Alberstat Telephone 424 427 Mill St. Bristol. A. Home like cooking of the Best foodstuffs obtainable on the Market. Regular dinner each Day that is bound to satisfy the most discriminating epicure. Finish up with a generous slice of Hannah a pie or a dish of delicious colonial ice a 227 Mill Street Bristol a
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