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Bristol Bucks County Independent (Newspaper) - August 26, 1921, Bristol, Pennsylvania F. Flumes Hobb Bucks county Independent. Bristol. Pa., Friday August 26, 1921. Con entirely giving the Walnut a candidate in the second Ward hut 4 ukat ? i it Olish with varni8h that this does not signify Thal i asked Rall no rur n Picu Earth. Am Dern appearance re the a a italian american citizens re Ifni Lilu vol Liis Risili Hon ass of its Antiquity. His Devo publican club for their endorse then t he Ropog Miod of Gold fish ment. I wish you to state the above result t night attend in no with the through that valuable medium the be now has an aquarium con-1 columns of your paper. Has three Hundred shimmering Golden pets also collects Antiques and curios Taining his 300 Golden beauties and in re moments can be seen Nawf. 8 Ovel he 0uer Creek Mea Ltd a a in search of Choice food for his pet captives of the deep. Among Bis collections of rare he cherishes a copy of the us Vav Coli qty Gazette published in snip new York it dated Jan. 4, f in a which contains a full account i e death of a George washing unique design and i non a his burial with the names brought bearers. And prominent men attended the last rites Over the father of our Frank Flum of 152 Otter Street is rapidly developing a Hobby for collecting Antiques having already a rare specimens of among the lot is Large number of valuable articles an old clock of rare Antiquity that was from England years ago by or James Branson of South Langhorne this old grandfathers clock has a dial on which Long hands revolve by the Power of two weights that tin the Scales at 17 pounds each. This clock is encased in a Walnut Frame faced with Glass and originally contained in a Cabinet a stuffed Birds of varied coloured plumage in this same Section of the clock there were numerous Vemi fled reptiles and hugs in various stages of action in the lower Case of the Cabinet when first brought from the a old world a was an aquarium where Gold fish and other members of the finny tribe passed ones vision in splendor deciding to renovate this old timepiece or. Flum discarded the lower mmh5jsssos8s8s8s communication j Bristol pa., aug. 16, 1921. Bucks co. Independent. I Bear sir a tv11 l5? 1skue of the 15th inst. A the it .�1cm,rier�?� publishes a letter of in italian american citizens rep Halican club a stating that they Are Lin r?ln8 to endorse me As a Candi i e for Council at the coming elec in on j j0 not know where Tiley 7 the information that 1 was a candidate. Of a a that i was requested to Povl f or the place it by the a citizens tical club a to enter the race As respectfully yours Joseph Gilardi. Harvey Cochran s birthday fittingly celebrated saturday evening last a gathering of friends met at the Home of mrs Howard Fennimore 308 Buckley Street to celebrate the anniversary of the birth of her brother or. Harvey Cochran. Music and games along with the serving of ice Cream cake and Choice fruits featured a program that was delightfully added too by musical selections Given by the guest of the occasion. Those present were misses Margaret Lyden Hilda Robinson Margie Brady Grace Harkins Florence Bell Reta Horan Myrtle Dyer Margaret Sharp Elenore Conners Mary Cochran. Anna Black or. And mrs. Howard Fennimore and family messes. Hugh Fagan John Rodgers Charles Banning Maurice Bloodgood Charles Deitrich Francis Hogan William Dougherty Daniel Smith Lawrence Brady John Faymen Maurice Harvey and a a snowball Mccole. Big week end specials it Aseo Quot stores keep living costs Down do you know you can Roll cigarettes tor lots from one bag of on and whipped the Champ in nine of Hie ten rounds of the encounter i 15e a knt to much of a Champion a comments tl3rtry, a but he was the Best Champion they had and in order to fight Hirn t made them me regular be Best part of the Story is now coming the management tried to double Cross Harry and hold out the Exia Hundred on him but he made tax Quot boiler a that they came Ini Ough clean and before he left matched him to meet another wester1 a it it Luer within two weeks time. Vnak up another win for Boyle. Formes Carbon count ians form an organization genuine Buli Durham tobacco Many changes listed in Bristol schools every Day a bargain Day at an a a Ascot store pfove0 Tocy Sumitr Aysas 2d a a were Jah Luns shipping 0ne of y�u1 stores Quot and of us 410 Mill St. Trade at the nearest Asco store a where Quality counts 305 Washington St. 217 Buckley St. Pond amp Lincoln ave. Special Price for a limited time Only a re a a Ascot Corn flakes have you tried a a Ascot Corn flakes yet if not try a package today you 11 taste the difference. Every package you buy you Are a Cut to Bristol s Public schools will open for the fall sessions on tuesday september 6th. Many changes in the teaching staff will be noticed this year. In Jefferson Avenue school the misses Douglas Sisters residents of Newtown have resigned to enter other Fields of labor. Professor Cal Lin principal of the High school along with miss Rose Irwin teacher in the primary department have severed their connection with the Wood Street school. Bath Street school will also lose two of its popular teaching staff in miss Ruth Updyke and miss Emma Duckworth who have decided not to return this term. Last year 36 teachers were on the Roll of the Borough schools and this year two More will be necessary with the opening of two rooms in no. 2 fire House where 4 0 desks have been placed in one Section of the Large room on the second floor which has been divided into two classrooms with 4 7 desks in another half of this spacious apartment. These rooms will be used by the eighth and fourth grades of the Jefferson Avenue school and will in a measure relieve the congestion that has existed there for a number of years. On tuesday following labor Day. St. Marks parochial school will resume its fall course of studies in charge of the Sisters of the immaculate heart. annual gathering of for �11 e1 nos of Tremont Carbon 7 i Lllan it of whom reside in Yas a hell at Hunting Park a on saturday last Inch nearly 500 took part. Among to of Haj la a were mrs. And or. A us Warner mrs. Harry Hughes k of 0lu Maryb mrs. Frank mus Quot by three grandchildren mar Ai voila and Edwin. Mrs. I Nomas Dougherty of Chester a for Nei resident Here with others from up state towns were among the assemblage that renewed friendships o Lonner Days. A permanent organization of the clans was formed and officers will be elected at a meeting to be held at Willow Grove september 10, and 12. In London the increasing number of divorces is attributed to War. Correct. Peace at Home does not bleed Houston Post. Rich creamy cheese la. What i o you a a Ascot a a Ascot sliced Bacon. Pkg a a Ascot cornstarch pkg a a Ascot noodles pkg 9c 18c 7c 5c a a Ascot baking powder can 9c< inc a a Ascot spice scan 5c a a Ascot Peanut butter. Glass 9c a a Ascot cider vinegar. Hot 16c a a Ascot w. Dist. Vinegar hot 12c a a Ascot syrup can 9c a a Ascot sifted peas can 19c a Casco Ginger ale Bot 12y2c Gold Seal flour 12 la. Bag 67c Reg. 18c can California asparagus Cut to 12i/2c very Choice Quality. It will be to your advantage to buy a dozen cans or Mon at this special Price. A a Ascot teas i/2 la pkg 23c�?lb 45c i amp pkg 12c a blend for every taste. Pick your favorite Plain Black mixed old country style India Ceylon Orange Pekoe. Big Juicy Lemons. Doz. A a Ascot stores save you Money Best Lima bean set it 10c minced corned beef can \0c Choice 6c fancy California prunes la 17c pure Tomato Catsup. Bot 10c Princess salad dressing. 25c pure jellies Glass 10c pure grape juice. 23c Choice sardines. 3 cans for j0c Babbitt s Best soap. Bar 41/ Star soap4 bars 25c a a Ascot ammonia Bot 9c a a Ascot pork amp Beans. Can Harry Boyle whips the lightweight Champ of Iowa our stores Are noted for Quality butter and fresh eggs Choice Quality peas new pack can 121c $1.50 a dozen i his Price is extremely Low for peas of this Quality. Why not buy a dozen cans Victor bread big loaf 6c Why More when you can buy Victor bread the Best baked for Only 6c a loaf 29c fancy Calif. Peaches big can extra fancy selected fruit fully matured and packed in a v ant age of our Low prices and Stock up. Three big values 29c Harry Boyle a the Bristol War horse a again was returned the Winner of a ten round bout last saturday night. This time Harry fought in Sioux City Iowa and his opponent was the lightweight Champion of the state. A Tunny Story is told of the occur ances leading up to this fight. Boyle was matched to meet a Sioux City boy by the name of Pierce who is looked upon As a Comer but As he never done anything sensational Harry did not train very hard for him. At the last minute just As the bout was to be announced from the ring the manager of the bouts rushed into Harry a dressing room and told him a change had been made in his opponent Matt Smith was the name of the Man substituted for Pierce and Matt Smith carries the title1 of lightweight Champion of when the news was broken. Harry said never a word but started right in to take1 off his fighting togs As lie1 figured he had been Job bed the manager became furious and coaxed and begged Harry to go on a nothing doing said Boyle i came Here prepared to fight Pierce if i had know 11 that Smith was to be my opponent i would have trained for him As it is if i go into the ring with him in ill probably hand me a tin after a considerable argument Pio and con Harry finally agreed to it a on with the Champion for an additional Hundred dollars he went every Day a number of customers a Happy care free housewives a Stop at our bakery for bread or pastry. How they differ from some of their less Lucky neighbors a who insist on baking their own bread in a suffocating Kitchen. Our bread is always fresh and uniformly Good to eat. C. B. Boltz amp co. Buckley and race streets p Bristol a. Phone 15-r. Fancy hawaiian pineapple Bis can. Fancy Calif. Apricots big can. Delicious 29c sugar syrup. Take add a Ascot Coffee in 25c Selling out All our summer goods at and below Cost Ascot blend has a Rich rare Aroma and most delightful flavor that blend sold today unless you at least 40c or 50c a to. Its All Coffee with body thus insuring you More cups to the Pound. N any other Rich full heavy Quality meats Only fresh killed milk fed stewing chickens. To 40c Rump or round Steak a 3qc finest sirloin Steak thick end rib roast to 35c to 20c lean soup 8c Best cuts standing rib roast in. 28c new cure lean Salt pork Jug hot weather specials ready to serve cooked corned beef ibl9c 1/4 to 5c sliced Lebanon Bologna y2 to 15c whole pieces la 25c sliced boiled Ham. 14 la 20c hams whole la 65c sliced Large Bologna v2tb 13c whole pieces la 22c Bellson a dry goods store 802 Beaver St. Cor Garden St. Ladies House dress aprons 79 a slip Oval Sailor suits for boys White or Blue 09 a slip Oval middy dresses. 4 to 12 years .$1 g9 slip ova romper suits boys and girls # 75c boys chambray romper suits. Soc children a dresses 2 to 6 years. 50c a slip Oval Union All suits for boys lit tb1 brother a Aii it i Little sister a Seal underwear. Of children a Good naiiis66k bloomers. Baby shoes White or tan ki<1 49c m. A k. Special $6.00 Cor sets .$3.00 75c dozens of other values just As Good. Sale starts today and lasts 10 Days Only. General Mark Down Sale on All summer and Early fall styles the backward season has induced us to take this step and slash prices on every pair of Low shoes in our store. This includes shoes in the famous a regal line which have no Peers in the country. See our windows look on the soles for the regular Price no guessing about the saving of this season s finest Kwart pumps amp oxfords for women at 3 smashing reductions values w values a pop $5 this Sale is such an overwhelming Success because it is every woman s idea of what a Sale should be a Sale in which she knows to the Penny what her saving is. And that is what you will like about this Sale. Furthermore you can choose from thousands of pairs. You will find precisely the style you want. The leather you want in your size. And they Are All genuine Newark shoes the same that we have been Selling All season at much higher prices. Come tomorrow and Avail yourself of these wonderful bargains before they Are All taken women a $3.50 White Canvas oxfords while they last hundreds of pairs of smart attractive Newark White Canvas pumps and oxfords that have been $3.50 right along�?$2.39. Strap and Plain models big selection All sizes Newark shoes for men and women $4, $5 and $6 none higher. The largest Chain of shoe stores in the United states Bristol store 231 Mill St., Between Cedar and Wood its open evenings a p h w a. A. W. Winter Mill and Wood streets Bristol a. I have on hand a Large Stock of electrical equipment to take care of All sorts of contract work. Prices the lowest owing to the fact that this material was bought on a Low Market and All Cash discounts were taken advantage of the time to make those electrical changes is now. Alfred Tomesani electrical contractor phone 387-j. Spring and Inlet streets a a a a a nov a a mfr a a a a a it Bristol a

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