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Bristol Bucks County Independent (Newspaper) - August 12, 1921, Bristol, Pennsylvania Bocks to unto Independent. Bristol. Pa., Friday. August 12, 1921. Hair culture \ talk number three f the Scalp must first be properly cleansed to promote a failing growth of hair. It must then be kept clean. Chit Chat by miss Esther Lawrence when Dandruff Cak on the kelp thin condition must be remedied before the roots of Tho hair can be made to perform their foil function. The hair cells Are tender and they Inu to be nurtured with care rough unscientific treatment will Brulee them. And not Only prevent their functioning fully but add to their ineffectiveness. The proper circulation of blood in a Factor that is very important in the care of the hair and in the elimination of itching and Dandruff. When hair commences to fall or if your hair has thinned out do not try to bring it Back to health by rubbing a lotion on your Scalp let us do the Job right for you by building from the roots up. Remove the primary cause and in nine eases out of ten thinning hair will be restored to Normal growth. Bristol Beauty parlor room 110 Forrest theatre bldg. Phone 410 open evenings until 9 o clock except wednesday mrs. John Smith of Bath Street has just returned after spending several Days at Ocean Grove n. Miss Margaret Smith of Bath Street is spending a week at a the Highland a Asbury Park n. Richard Phipps Russell Moore and Wilson Smith have returned Home after camping at Black Rock. T or. And mrs. Charles Powell or Scranton will be the guests of or. And mrs. Owen silk of Jefferson Avenue during the coming week. Or. Fred Weissblatt and son Fred jr., of Jefferson Avenue have been spending the past week at Atlantic City n. Or. Louis Rubin and son of Mill Street. Are at present sojourning at new jerseys most popular resort on the Atlantic coast. Or. John j. Mcgee the popular haberdasher of Wood and Lafayette streets had three Trees removed i rom the Wood Street Side of i property this week and will replace them with Norway Maples in the near future. A 4>4 41 a a a a what Are the new styles for fall like How can afternoon dress be made prettiest. A cloth one piece frock the smartest. A wee school dress More running a Home dressmakers May take a Peep into fashions ahead through the new Mccall fashion quarterly for fall. 4 As Early As this you May plan your wardrobe for fall anti x Winter for Mccall fashion designers Are in touch w till the newest 4 style ideas months in Advance and Mccall designs in the new fall quarterly have lie same lines that you will set in admired ready a to Wear models i new chambray 32 inches wide i 8c cd. I Light Blue Alice Blue Nile Green. Pink and Lavender i Silver glow yarn 30c Ball i Black White old Rose deep Orchid. Coral firefly Pink. Coral Tangerine Robins egg Blue. Deep sea Green Reseda and Camel Tan i the new Mccall fall quarterly Price. 25c mrs. Tillee Brownlee $ t f 4 4 t 4 i t 4 4 a f 4 a i f 4,41 it a $ 555 Bath Street Bristol. A. a a a it a it a it a a a a it a it it a it a it it a a a a a a a a a a 4 it mrs. R. D. Keating of West Philadelphia who was previous to her marriage miss Rose swords of this Borough visited Here on tuesday last to attend the funeral of her Nephew familiarly known As Little a a Jackie Oliver of Bath Street whose funeral was held from his parents Home tuesday afternoon. With interment in St. Mark s cemetery. Rev. Father j. V. Mcgarry for i to Fly curate at St. Marks Church and recently stationed at St. Agatha a 38th and Chestnut streets. Philadelphia has now been assigned i As pastor of a Church at Lan scorned. or. And mrs. Joseph Winslow of Elm Street have moved to 920 Wood Street during the past week. Or. And mrs. George Marshall of Buckley Street who have resided Here since Tho former was discharged i from the army will leave during the next week to reside at the former Home of his Southern Bride in Ala Bania. Postmaster j. Mcginley with grocer Arthur Brady visited port Kennedy on sunday last As delegates from St. Vincent de Paul society of St. Marks Church along with ninety representatives of the society of Philadelphia to look Over the summer Outing Camp maintained near Valley forge for the poor children tinder their care in Philadelphia. 2900 children enjoy a summer Outing each summer at an expense of $12,000. Master Lawrence Dugan of Philadelphia is spending two weeks at the Home of or. And mrs. Parkinson a of Corson is Rev t. Or. James Dugan of Philadelphia was the week end guest of miss Mary Dugan of 805 Pine Street. Miss Margaret my fad Den of Pond Street has arrived Home after a weeks stay with mount Carmel in ads. Or. Richard Burke jr., of Wood Street has recovered from a severe Accident sustained when hit by a swing at Dewey Park Hulmeville. Miss Alice Hussey of Dorrance Street with misses Jennie Blanche Kila and Marcella Mccole Clara Job son and May Brennan of Tullytown will leave new Yolk by boat saturday noon for a vacation trip up the Sag Nanny River and other Canadian Points. August clearance of our High Grade shoe Stock flavors sealed in by toasting \0 a miss Gladys w. Flower of Germantown. After three weeks spent with miss Marian priestly of 221 Jefferson Avenue and her Cousin. Mrs. E. Laing of Newportville Road returned Home this week. Mrs. Richard Snelson following a weeks visit with or. And mrs. Thomas Snelson. Of Market Street returned to new York on sunday last with her husband who had motored from the a Empire City to spend the week end Here. Or. And mrs. Oscar Myers and daughter of new York with or. Herbert Snelson of Woodbury n. J., were the Over sunday guests of or. And mrs. Thomas Snelson of Market Street. It is reported since James v. Archer of Mill Street has made his summer Home at Maple Beach he has become quite an expert pitching quoits and has now formed a class of students of the game. Who several afternoons each week assemble to take legions from their Export instructor. Messes. William Mary and Thomas Ryan on sunday Las were delayed on their visit to Burlington by the terrine rainstorm and did not reach their Homes Here until the a wee sea hours of the or. Thomas Farrel of Linden Street who has been quite ill. Is now on the Way to Complete recon of y. Miss Alice Mcllvain daughter of or. And mrs. Charles Mcllvain of 334 Dorrance Street will leave on monday next to enter a course of training for the trained nurses profession at St. Jus pits Hospital. Philadelphia. Misses Katie Dugan Marie a fill y. Ami Angelina Reilly of Corson Street leave on sunday next to spend q vacation at Atlantic City. Miss Anna Mcllvain. Of 409 Buckley Street left on tuesday last to spend two weeks with or and mrs. Joseph w. Cav Anagh of new1 port. R. I. Or. John malian travelling Salesman for d. L. Land re the and son who recently returned from a Western trip left on monday last for Richmond Indiana on business for his finn which will cover a period of to o months. Mrs. Anton to Meson and three sons left on monday for sea Isle City where they will spend the next two weeks. They will be joined there by miss Terneson a brother and wife. Or. And mrs. Bernard Gallagher of Allentown. Wednesday afternoon messes. Frank Gre ii and iritis dries Well know n Busti mrs. Frank Heitzman of Maple Street with mrs. Ira Wiltshire and family will leave on monday next to spend two weeks at sea Isle City n. The misses Dickinson of a a Little Washington n. J., Are spending two weeks As the guests of miss Moyer of 907 Radcliffe Street. Miss Winifred Hussey daughter of or. And mrs. George Hussey of Dorrance Street. Left on wednesday to take a position As trained nurse in the episcopal memorial Hospital. Pittsburgh. Mrs. Mildred Herman formerly miss Lynn has accepted a position at Fairhill Palace Philadelphia As organist mrs. Herman played at the Forrest theatre before the installation of the Organ. Mrs. W. Gessner of Concord n. In who was visiting her son Marland Baker when he Defeated or. Noaks of Oxford College England. In putting the heavy shot a few Days ago on travers Field Long Island is now spending a few Days at the Home of her brother photographer w. B. Nichols of Harriman. Mrs. Morris Ward and daughters Sarah and Minerva of Dorrance Street left on sunday to spend a couple of weeks at Atlantic City. Or. And mrs. Arnold and son of Utica n. Y., and or. And mrs. Herbert Green Heigh of Philadelphia or. Harney and his daughter Dorothy spent sunday in Edgely As the guests of or. Be slap. Or. Joseph Gilbert Gordon Gilbert. Mrs. Trudy Dorothy Trode spirit wednesday in Asbury Park n. Anderson Tellyer of Wood Street left on thursday morning for Newark n. J., where he will represent Lodge no. Too fraternal order of eagles of Trenton. The convention of the order or. Bel Iyer is Delegate to will open their convention with a Parade thursday afternoon in which 150,000 delegates Are expected to take part. On Friday the whole delegation will visit Coney Island where they will be entertained by the management of Luna Park. Troop no. 2, Bristol buy scouts in charge of scoutmaster Harold Bolton will hold a Watermelon feast on Burlington Island this Friday evening. A Westby Collins of Jefferson Avenue. Arrived Home on wednesday morning from Jamacia Long Island where he has been employed during the past three months. Or. Arthur Brady of Jefferson a a Nile and Wood Street with his assistant in the grocery business Edward priestly attended the Athle tic Cleveland game in Philadelphia wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Frank Lehman wife of or. Lehman of 316 Radcliffe Street arrived Home on Friday last from a two weeks sojourn in the Adiron Dicks. Miss Kathryn Scott daughter of or. And mrs. Thomas Scott of Radcliffe Street has joined the devotees of horseback Riding of Are quite a number in present. Attorney Hugh in Pine Grove has been past week at Sheffield mrs. East urn is sojourning. Miss Frances Janette of Haddonfield n. J., was the we Eek end guest of or. And mrs. E. Linton Martin of 315 Radcliffe St retd. Members of the Bristol Lawn Tennis club have applied for membership in the National Lawn Tennis association which was prompted by the records of several of their members have lately been making on the courts near the Home of miss Julia Abbott of Radcliffe Street. Extra Fine value in petticoats $4.50 silk petticoats at $2.95 the kind of petticoats that Are most in demand for Wear with summer dresses Cool and Light. A special lot of $1.50 White sateen petticoats at $1.00 of Tine Quality sateen in attractive tucked models some with he stitched flounces. $2.25 extra size Black sateen petticoats $1.39 Fine Quality Black sateen in extra sizes with tucked flounces some models Are prettily scalloped. $1 White Muslin petticoats at 50c of Fine Quality Muslin some with he stitched flounces. i t t y t y i j i i i r. R. Pearson f it phone 74m Bristol a. Store closed wednesday afternoon and evening june july and August i i 4 it o 4 o 4 y 4 4 to whom there this town at East urn of spending the mass., where real estate insurance we Issue Bonds and write insurance covering the following lines fire \ automobile Public liability i burglary and theft 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 a a following the trend of the times we have slashed prices on the majority of Stock in our store a few of the Many bargains to be obtained Are listed below. Menus Tan Elk scout shoes.$2.45 these Are Endicott Johnson s and have sold for $3.50. Menus Tan Beacon Brogue oxfords $4.45 these have been Cut from $6.00. Women a White Polar loth pump $3.65 your Choice of French or baby Louis heels value $5.00. Women s Tan calf pumps.$5.45 these have baby Louis heels Are 87.00 value. Grown 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 13, value $2.50< women a Cushion sole nurses Oxford these Are the last word in Comfort $ Loo value. Ximiness in n of Mill Street Ujj vhf officer Fred Herman acting a 55 Driver motored to Atlantic City a where they listened to what the wild Waves Wen saying until the Aasma hours of thursday morning. Ofifi a mrs. Lawrence Brannigan a for Mer resident of Mill Street now of a m Germantown Road and Butler Street. A j was a visitor Here on tuesday at a tending so funeral of tin infant a son of or. And mrs. Charles Oliver is a a a of Bath Street. A wow a 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 maybe had at the following places Edward Callahan Buckley Street elks Home Radcliffe Street a of vat asked the Young hopeful i Townsend restaurant Mill Street a a about two dollars my son replied the facetious father. But he Wasny to talking about this Many a shop. We will show you cravats a of the latest design and of exc Cellenti sturdy materials at a a Price that shows we re interest a cd in the welfare of your wardrobe. A All of our menus wearable a Are modern stylish and ser let Able and the men who buy of us Are saying that a few dollars exercise a lot of latitude and Weild a lot of influence in this store. George Johnson Otter Street Crawford a grocery Beaver dam Road Joe Chamberlain Pond Street j5 the Washington House ii Wood and Washington streets Charles Finney Pond and Lafayette streets Popkins a Forrest Block Bristol a. Inc Many ab0ut-t0wn5n0p 30/ Mili it str. Bristol. I pc. A in in in a it f. A j a 5 Bristol 2 Salt a try the new flavor attractive territory open for new agencies Tracy amp Baker we no amp Nocita Wood St. Next colonial theatre Martins drug store Radcliffe Street Harry Strauss Pond Street h. Sch Emeley Bath Street Tony Ragno Lincoln Avenue John Shire 502 Jefferson Avenue mrs. Coyle Buckley Street a a a Orange pineapple Harriman Caa Ika a a

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