Bristol Bucks County Independent in Bristol, Pennsylvania 26 Aug 1921
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Bristol Bucks County Independent (Newspaper) - August 26, 1921, Bristol, Pennsylvania
Bucks county Independent. Bristol pa., Friday August 28, 1921. Futures hair chit Chat by miss Esther Lawrence fond mothers who wish their offspring to have luxuriant growth of hair heed. The hair is the tenderest of All natures growing plants. It is really a Plant with the Scalp As its soil. Tender Flowers Are petted and cared fear they Are protected from draughts watched carefully for grubs or other animal life that might Leland their growth. The hair of the baby and growing child should receive the same attention the soil the Scalp should to cleansed scientifically the roots should be fed with nutritious oils when necessity demanded. Let us advise with you and you will be rewarded with the results. Bristol Beauty parlor room to Forrest theatre bldg. Phone 410 open every evening they must All go every single pair of women a and menus summer shoes. This last week of the August clearance Sale will be made memorable by noteworthy bargains. Women a White Polar cloth pump $3.65 women Stan calf pump $5.45 menus Beacon brogues oxfords $4.45 or. And mrs. Philip Landreth of Radcliffe Street have returned after an eight Day Ocean trip to Florida. Misses Mary and Louisa Swain of Radcliffe Street with their Niece and Nephew Louisa and Edward spent monday last in Springdale n. The Lawn fete held on the Lawn of or. Ellis Praul of Emilie on saturday last in aide of the War veterans was a grand Success. Many service men from Philadelphia attended the event. Undertaker w. I. Murphy of Jefferson Avenue who has been confined to his Home for a week with illness is now rapidly recovering. Misses Gertrude Roche of i in1 Street with Luegenia Boyle of Bath Street left on saturday for Coaldale. Mrs. Morris Worob and daughters Sarah and Marion of Torrance and Wood streets returned from a week sojourn at Atlantic City n. Or. And mrs. Edward Lussey with i their son Edwin and daughter Mal Ion arrived by Auto on sunday last from Paterson n. J., to spend a week with or. Husseyn a brother and family or. And mrs. George Hussey of 336 nominee Street. Mrs j h. Wright of Radcliffe Street who is spending a week at Atlantic City was joined on monday last by her husband druggist j. S. Wright of Mill Street for a few Days stay. Follow ing a week end visit to new York miss Annie Wirick of Harriman with her guest miss Mary Collen of Philadelphia left on wednesday for a visit to Atlantic City. Mrs. Lawrence Cook of Edgely was a recent Baltimore visitor. Cigarette to seat in Tho delicious Burley tobacco flavor. Its toasted in huts k Popkins Forrest Block Bristol a. Miss Sadie Brennan Tracy amp bakery a popular clerk has returned after a week spent at Ocean City. Miss Sarah Weisblatt of Jefferson Avenue has returned after a few Days at Atlantic City with her Mother who will arrive on saturday. Mrs. Albert Jones and grandson of Philadelphia Are spending two weeks As the guests of mrs. H. Snyder of Emilie. Or. La. L. Nichols of Pine Grove moved on wednesday last to Ashville n. C. Mrs. Michael Healy and daughter Helen of Milford mass., Are guests at present of their relative or. Richard Grace of Jefferson Avenue. Automobile Springs for pleasure cars or trucks All makes Telephone 424 attractive prices h. Alberstat 427 Mill St., Bristol a. Mrs. Joseph Golden of Harriman received word on tuesday of the death of her Mother mrs. Shields of Philadelphia on tuesday. Misses Marion priestly of Jeff i son Avenue Betty Smith of Bath Street Edith Vandegrift Mildred by Mien Jessie Helen and Marie Fine Are enjoying a weeks Outing at Ocean City. Or. And mrs. William la. Mahan jr., of Harriman Are being congratulated on the birth of a daughter Doris Elizabeth on saturday last August 20. Or. Ben abeam and wife motored on sunday last to Phillipsburg n. Officer George wildy of the local police Force with mrs. Mildy returned on tuesday evening from a ten Day vacation at Jamacia Long Island. Miss Catherine Mcginley of Maitch chunk is tin guest of her Uncle and aunt or. And mrs. James Mcginley of Buckley Street. Mrs. S. F. Wright of 502 Pond Street with friends from Baltimore will spend tin1 week end with friends in Philadelphia. Policeman Henry of the 26th District of Philadelphia spent tuesday of this week at the Home of Fannie Wright on Pond Street. Or. Frank beater was observed on tuesday night tripping the Light fantastic toe at the Harriman Block party in such a dashing manner the Lair damsels gazed in Awe struck wonder. Mrs. Ethel abeam and mrs. Mary Johnson carried off the honors on the dancing program at Harriman tuesday evening. Mrs. Charles Hoag miss Marie Koep mrs. Mary Michael and in f. Lehman All of Philadelphia with mrs. Charles Opplee of Baltimore. Md., were guests ibis week at the Home of or. Frank Benfer and sister of Pond Street. Miss Fannie Gilardi with mrs. Anthony Redondo and daughter Margaret have been spending this week listening to what the wild Waves Are saying at Atlantic City. Prof. Herman Severna of Kalamazoo mich., Nephew of mrs. R. Pearson of Beaver dam Road is the guest of his aunt and cousins this week. John Lynn and Leon Jones the latter acting As chauffeur motored to be shaming Falls. Sunday last or. And mrs. Anthony Vonnatta with misses Anna and Ida Aita of Penn Street with their Cousin miss Ida Garafolo of Philadelphia and Joseph and Frank Aita motored to Valley forge and Willow 1 Grove. Mrs. Harry c. Wright of Radcliffe i Street has Boon entertaining the Fol i lowing guests or. And mrs. William ii. Verga and daughter Mary of Atlantic City mrs. F. M. Stout and laughter Gladys of West Philadel i Plizia mrs. Benton Marks of Philadelphia and mrs. William o. Gilbert of new York City. Or. And mrs. George is i Belt. Of j Germantown were week end visitors at the Home of or. Silberto a Molliei i and sister on Radcliffe Street. Mrs. Anna Wirick of Jackson Street spent sunday with friends in new York City. Miss Margaret Lannigan of Wil Mington del., is spending two we of fit with her Cousin miss Florence my carry of Pine Street. miss Annie Wirick of Harriman and her Cousin miss May Collins of r Philadelphia motored to new York on sunday last. Or. And mrs. Kervick of Jackson Street Harriman have gone for a two weeks stay at Atlantic City. Or. Edward Nolan a former resident Here was an Over sunday guest of or. Robert Crawford of Jefferson Avenue. Yarns in All the new shades Silver glow yarn a soft and Buffy two fold yarn a mix i i a a a i i Ture of Wool Anc Wool silk giving a Rich Lus Trout appearance. Adapted for sweaters a scarfs sports Wear. at 30c Ball knitting worsted a four fold knitting yarn of medium f weight. Great strength and wearing qualities. Recommended for sweaters Outing Coats. 20c of. Miss Carlie Rapp has been spending this week with relatives in Philadelphia. Or. And mrs. Alfred Kervick. Of Jackson Street have returned from Atlantic City. Miss Beulah Stackhouse of Swain Street is spending this week with miss Anna Singley of Riverton n. Mrs. Mary Peel of Jefferson Avenue is spending a week with Burlington n. J., friends. Miss Frances Singley of Riverton. N. J., is the guest at present of relatives in Bristol. Superfine Angora yarn colors tan Black Gray and White knitting Needles Crochet Hooks Crochet and knitting books Ioc j t s i i 4 a it t v i 4 Maple Beach claims the prettiest bathers Black ladies sport belts o o v o r. R. Pearson phone 74m Bristol a. The residents of Maple Beach who virtually live Iii a Little world of their own take exceptions to claims made by visitors to Burlington Island and the so called Beach at Harriman where tis said the Clite and Beauty of this Section can be seen afternoons and evening enjoying the Cool Waters of the Delaware. They claim and perhaps with a degree of truth that their bathing Beach excels any hereabouts Aud when it conies to a question of the Beauty of fair Maidens the a mermaids a who sport in the Waters off their shores can not he equated even by the famed artists models of Greenwich Village new Yolk. Hoi a famed bathing $ ii Rosr a continued tonight and sat. Iii lock Fiscola amps a Sass a Sosa mass Sass is is Sass is Sass i Cleveland six 1295 w Jan a sunday last messes. Russel a wards Ralph Ratcliffe Carl Mic Lien Mack Sennet. Or Myers Goodman Richard Phipps j beauties. And Gregg Libbs All members of the local y. Is. A., made a trip in two St. Marks Lawn fete canoes to pleasant Hill bathing Beach where in addition to seeing the Philadelphia mermaids they witnessed a drowning and a Rescue among tile bathers. Miss Myra Johnson the efficient manager of the Western Union Telegraph office on Mill Street has returned from a two weeks vacation spent at her Home in Berlin Worcester county Maryland. Or. And mrs. William Mantell of new York City Are making their annual visit of two weeks with or. Mantello a sister in Bath Street. September 1920 $1645 with Cord tires August 1921 $1295 with Cord tires the new Price sets it apart from Competition the Cleveland holds a distinctive place among Light cars by the constant better service it renders to its owners. On City boulevards or country roads the Cleveland performs As few cars perform. Its highly refined overhead valve motor found under the Hood of no other car is alive with Power that smiles at Long Hills and welcomes a request for Speed. Power too that throttles Down to a creeping Pace in a Crow cled traffic and answers to the first touch of the throttle to get we would be glad to have you compare it with any car for ease of handling Comfort in Riding on smooth roads and rough roads and genuine excellence in its construction throughout. Sturdily built beautifully finished and splendidly upholstered bodies Are mounted on the staunch Cleveland Chassis. No other car in its class at such a Low Price prices f. O. B. Cleveland touring car five passengers $1295 roadster three passengers $1295 Sedan five passengers $2295 Coupe four passengers $2105 big four Inch Cord tires Standard equipment Charles Parker Mill Street Bristol a. A a Phil Winters known As mayor of Maple Beach left on monday to attend the elks convention at Johnstown a. Or. And mrs. Moses with or. And mrs. Lipton. Of Philadelphia were the sunday guests Oil or. And mrs. A diaries Hubbs of Maple Beach. Mrs. Anna Beasiel and daughter Marie of Norristown were the week end guests of or. And mrs. Frank Flung of 152 Otter Street. Sunday afternoon James Alexander of Mill Street with his three Sisters misses Elizabeth and Saphro thetty along with a married sister and two children accompanied by opening night Friday last of St. Marks Lawn fete Corner of Buckley and Spruce streets Drew a fair sized i gathering hut saturday evening the attendance was greatly augmented. By a crowd that liberally patronized the tables containing articles for Sale. the fete will he continued to night j and saturday evening when the committee in charge Hope a Large attendance will return such a i i louts Devoe of Mancial Reward their efforts for a worthy cause will not have been in vain. Real estate insurance we Issue Bonds and write insurance covering the following lines fire automobile Public liability burglary and theft i riot and civil commotion i 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. As5s555s3s5sss5sss5sss5s53 a of boy peaches and Cream \ a a that a colonial peach for Sale by these live wire dealers is there a a in on these shirts. 2 is now Don t misunderstand us a please. We told our artist to illustrate the one Point that opens this message and he shows a picture of a shirt running. Now understand that our shuts do not run because their colors Are fast. Neither do they shrink from their duty. Now that we Are understood on that Point listen everything in men s Wear that we handle is dependable 30/ Milt it St be Ria Oil a pm. a Edward Callahan Buckley Street elks Home Radcliffe Street Townsend restaurant Mill Street George Johnson Otter Street Crawford a grocery Beaver dam Road Joe Chamberlain Pond Street the Washington House Wood and Washington streets Charles Finney Pond and Lafayette streets try the new flavor attractive territory open for new agencies Tracy amp Baker s3s5sssssssss3s5sssssssssss5ss we no amp Nocita Wood St. Next colonial theatre Martins drug store Radcliffe Street Harry Strauss 1 Pond Street h. Sch Emeley Bath Street Tony Ragno it Lincoln Avenue John Shire 502 Jefferson Avenue mrs. Coyle Buckley Street Orange pineapple Bristol
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