Bristol Bucks County Independent in Bristol, Pennsylvania 19 Aug 1921
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Bristol Bucks County Independent (Newspaper) - August 19, 1921, Bristol, Pennsylvania
Bucks county Independent Bristol. A. Friday August 19. 1921. Hair culture talk number four in talk number one we made the assertion we could restore Hail a in this our last talk for the time being we reiterate that claim. Chit Chat by miss Esther Lowe acc thin Tifik is not going to to of a technical nature it is limply an Appeal to All Quot to have to any extent lost the Youthful exuberance of a full head of hair. There Are Bald Heads that Quot ill never again be graced with hirsute adornment a there Are others where Tho hair growth can be brought Back to the full extent. Fhe no Icker we can discover the cause the sooner we can show results and if results cannot but obtained quote will Tell you so at once. You who Are blessed with luxuriant tresses should care for your hair As a prised treasure with care it will retain its loveliness and thickness neglect it and you will regret it. Bristol Beauty parlor room i to Forrest theatre bldg. Phone 410 open evenings until 9 of clock except wednesday Sale still on with even greater values menus Tan Beacon Brogue oxfords s4.45 menus Tan Elk scout shoes the Best $2.45 menus army shoe $3.45 women a White Polar cloth pump $3.65 women Stan calf pumps.$5.45 Crown girls Tan one strap pump $3.15 children a i May oxford�?Ts.$1.15 l ittle gents scout shoes.$1.95 women a Cushion sole nurses Oxford $3.15 pop Forrest blocking Bristol a. Or. Ernest Johnson and family of Pond Street motored on sunday to Asbury Park. Another blow was added to the hard times among Mill workers in Bristol when t. L. Leedon co., posted notices in their works last week. That the spinning department of their Mill would close for a month with a probability of a longer period. Rev. Joseph Herron of Overbrook College is spending a few weeks with his sister in. The fourth Ward. Miss Norah Youck. Of Hazelton has arrived to spend two weeks with miss Sadia Waters of 6 46 Pine Street. Mrs. In i it. Keaton of West Phila Del Phi a. Was a visitor on monday at the Home of Lier sister mrs. Charles Oliver of 543 Bath Street. Mrs. Thomas c. On of Pond Street is now recovering from a recent operation performed in a Philadelphia Hospital. Misses Mary Gallagher and Martha Mulhearn. Of Fresco Carbon county arrived on tuesday to spend two weeks at the Home of John j. Gallagher of Pine Street. Or. William Simons wife and family of Otter Street who have been sojourning at sea Isle since Friday last motored Home on sunday evening mrs. S. Crater wife of or. Crater of Bath Street who has been visiting her former Home in Jeddo. Pa., for several weeks returned on tuesday accompanied by her father and Mother with other members of the family who will spend a few i weeks at their daughters Home. Miss Alice Gal High of Pine Street has arrived Home from Toronto. Canada where she has been making an extended visit. Miss Anastasia Motz. Of Bath Street after att extended stay in Canada arrived this week for a visit to her Home Here. And will have shortly for Bedford. A. Druggist John Spencer. Wie and family of Jefferson Avenue have returned from a sojourn at new Jersey Seaside resorts. Or. And mrs. Christopher bit Chier or. And daughter Marie of Jeffer son Avenue have returned after a week s visit with mrs. By Ichler smother mrs. Simpson of Sharon Hill Delaware county. A miss Annie Mccole of 306 Jeffor son Avenue left on sunday last for j a two weeks vacation with friends in Hazelton a. Miss Dorothy Mcnally of Sharon Hill is spending a vacation As the guest of mrs. Chris Buchler. ., of Jefferson Avenue. Master Daniel Mcfadden of Kensington has arrived to spend two weeks with his aunt miss Frances Mcfadden of Pine Street. On monday last messes. Chauncy St dieback or. Of Jefferson Avenue. With Fred King and j. S. Fine left on a Canoe trip through the Delaware and Raritan canal to new York. Misses Kathryn Dugan and Angeline Riley of Corson Street left on sunday for a weeks stay at Atlantic City. Mrs. William i. Murphy and family of 316 Jefferson Avenue who have been on a week end suit to Wildwood n. J., returned Home on monday. Lucky strike cigarette toasted or. William cd Rick employed at Airport near i Lakewood. N. J., on tin worlds largest Airship hangar. Was the Over sunday guest of his Mother mrs. Anna Ulrike of Jackson Street. Harriman. Misses Marie and Gertrude Roche. I of Pine Street were Over sunday guests of friends in Collingdale. I Delaware county. Miss Mary Collins of Philadelphia. Is spending two weeks with her Friend. Miss Alda Phillips of Edge-1 in i or. Frank Murphy plumber of Pond Street motored to Bridgeton. I n. J., to visit friends on sunday last. Or. James Rodgers of Coaldale pa., was the week end guest of his urn in or. Joltn Rodgers of mansion Street. Miss Mary Rogers of Jefferson Avenue the efficient librarian of the Borough Library left on wednesday last for a vacation in the Pocono mountains. _ mrs. Oscar Priester and son. Of Davenport la., arrived today on a visit to Lier Mother. Mrs. Fred w. Decker of 82 4 Radcliffe Street. Or. And mrs. Mcgraw of Frank Ford. Miss Thelma Adams and miss Mildred Fisher of Kensington with miss Catherine Devlin of Trenton were week end guests of or. Peter j. Conley and family of Mill Street. Or. Gido Merlo editor of the local italian paper will leave next tuesday for Erie pa., to attend a convention of the order a a sins of miss Eunice Williams daughter of or. And mrs. Griffith l Williams of 805 Radcliffe str it. Left on tuesday for a weeks visit with her Cousin. Miss la. B. Fullerton of Medford Long Island. Miss Sadia Brennan the efficient clerk with Tracy Ami Baker is now spending two weeks vacation at Ocean City n. Or. A e. Morgan and wife of Philadelphia Are spending a week with mrs. Morgan s parents or. And mrs. George a. Hussey of Dona Nee Street. Or. And mrs. James Mcguire of Philadelphia Are tile guests of or. And mrs. James o by Ion of Dot l Ance St reef. A miss Gladys Warner of 626 Bath Street has accepted a position in Frankford. Or. Anderson Billyer of Wood Street returned on saturday last from a convention of the f. O. E. At Newark to which he was a Delegate from Trenton Lodge no. Too. In or. Eugene Sam i lace will spend la the week of August 22 with by set aunt in Chicago. or. Frank Martin of Franklin it Street has been sojourning part of i this week at Brandywine Springs f near Wilmington. Mrs. Price Yancey of Virginia formerly miss Helen Jones of Washington Street with her infant son. Have arrived to spend a few weeks with mrs. Yancey a parents at their Washington Street Home mrs. E. M. Lawrence of 338 Rad it cd Fie Street with her two children j Louise and Herbert leave today for several weeks stay at great Thebea gue Island situated in Casco Bay Maine. Great reduction Sale of i Cotton dress fabrics prices so Low it will you to buy for next summer As Well As for present use. 59c and 69c printed Chiffon voiles 40-Inch widths All at Yard. 39c big variety of wanted foulard and Swiss designs in All tile Best colors. 39c Yard wide Percale. Yard 19c big variety of Plain and fancy stripes Cluster stripes dots and checks. White grounds with printing in All colors. Again a but about enough for Friday and saturday Only unbleached Muslin 12v2c extra Fine Quality special Sale of menus silk and Fibre Hose 8v2 to to Brown and Black splendid Quality silk and Fibre with mercerized top double sole and extra special v v ? v f a i a i i a a f i v i m a it a f v f v f a heels and toes notions 150 Yards 0. N. T. C Otton. A. In. A. And Clarks Crochet Cotton sewing silk All colors. 50c. 6c 10c. ,8c r. R. Pearson phone 74m Bristol a. Store closed wednesday afternoon and evening june july and August 4 o o a a a 5 a a a a a 1 it 1�?1 a he in a a i or. Ernest Lawrence. ., of 338 Radcliffe Street left on wednesday last to spend the remainder of his vacation at North Collins near inf a Fain. N. A. Previous to resuming his studies in september at Lehigh University. Mrs. Arthur Brady of Jefferson 1 Avenue and Wood Street with miss May Dugan have returned after a few Days sojourn at Asbury Park. Or. James Herron former freight agent Here Foi the p. R. A. Now of new Brunswick in a similar capacity. Was the week end guest of Hist sister and brother on Pine Street. Misses Lena and Caroline Weger. Bristol township and Irene a ii t a w. I announcing the greatest Sale in the history of Trenton the Philadelphia bargain stores great shelf emptying Sale begins wednesday aug. 24 opening the greatest and most astounding Price slashing Sale Trenton has thus far seen. Beginning August 24 and then every Day until september 3rd, will he offered a new lot of Surprise bargains that will he startling in the extreme. At cd the Trenton papers for full details and further news in the Independent. V messes. Edward Callahan sr., with Edward Callahan jr., of Buckley Street along with or. Damon Johnson. Attended the new York Phila Delphia game on saturday and Wen conspicuous As enthusiastic a a babes Ruth rooters during the game. Mrs. E in a Dewitt of Pond Street has returned from a two weeks vacation trip to Montreal. Canada and tither Canadian towns. Miss Mildred Dewitt of Pond Street after a two weeks sojourn at Cape May has returned Home. Miss Ida Gat Aloin of Philadelphia. Is spending a week with her aunt and cousins mrs. Saverio Alta and daughters of Penn Street. Mrs. Paul Huhn and daughter of Allentown Are the guests of mrs. Huhns aunt. Mrs. B. Lowry. Of Bath Street. In mrs. John Mcguire and family of Franklin and Pond streets have moved to Edgely where or. Mcguire recently opened a grocery store. Or. James v. Archer and wife with their daughter. Anna motored on sunday last to Seaside Heights and other Jersey Shore resorts. Miss Anna Williamson of Bath Road. With mrs. In e. Tomb and daughter. Dorothy of Langhorne were recently the guests of mrs. A. C. Woodman of Philadelphia on her husbands yacht. A be Laroda on a vacation trip through Lake Ontario making Inland v visits Enro Ute to Montreal. Quebec and other Canadian cities. They returned through Lake Champlain and Hudson River to new York. Mrs. Wells and daughter of Germantown. Are spending a few Days with mrs. Anna Ulrike. Of Jackson Street Harriman. Or. Joseph Brown of Radcliffe Tau Heights. I i till i Arthur gambit if a have just re week at of Bristol township. Young of Hulmeville turned after spending a Ocean Grove n. 1 misses Mary Brady. May Brennan Are spending two weeks with miss Bradys sister at Bridgeton n. Miss Julia Mcfadden of Pine Street was the week end guest of it. Holly friends. Robert Brooks of Jefferson Avenue has returned after a ten Day sojourn w Ith his Uncle. Or. Lewis Walton of Ocean City. N. Miss Winifred Kelly of Jefferson Avenue has accepted a position with tin american insurance company of r g a. A real estate insurance we Issue Bonds and write insurance covering the following lines fire i automobile Public liability j 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 Jor Sale Gilkeson amp James 205 Radcliffe Street Bristol a. And mrs. Arthur Gamble of Cedar Street arrived Home on we thursday after a three we Ksn visit a in Detroit. Miss Marie Gaffney of Corson Chi Street leave on saturday for a is week vacation at Atlantic City. Far. Anthony Corea and Ralph Palei Mait have been spending part Chi of this week at Atlantic City. My a a s Jacoh boy peaches and Cream a a that a colonial peach for Sale by these live wire dealers Whyno amp Nocita j a Don t be in the Quot a Quot class it i a inc Edward Callahan Buckley Street elks Home Radcliffe Street the Philadelphia bargain store a. Wirtschafter amp sons. South Broad Street. Trenton. N. it us a a j m Leaden Ile Street v when there is so much room in j j the a class j a t it sends restaurant i our clothing aids to a Good / Mill Street a Anna Artir p will Bein von move 4 we George Loans nor Good j Kyj j appearance will help you most / 2- up a Peg in Jig time. Show some Pep and Speed Iii your manner of Appa reling and j youll be recognized As a Comer. Of we dress up this shop to illustrate such a Point. A it m you la to ii to you want it or v Here. that a certain. George Johnson Otter Street Crawford a grocery Beaver dam Road Joe Chamberlain Pond Street the Washington House j a Wood and Washington streets j ii Charles Finney Pond and Lafayette streets Wood St. Next colonial theatre Martins drug store Radcliffe Street Harry Strauss Pond Street h. Sch Emeley n Bath Street Tony Ragno Lincoln Avenue a Quot it John Shire \ 502 Jefferson Avenue a a mrs. Coyle Buckley Street try the new flavor Orange pineapple attractive territory open Tor new agencies Bristol Tracy amp Baker Harriman in no a a Vav we own s3s8u8u8u8u8u8g8g82xi.�? a a a a a a a Quot a a a
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