Bristol Bucks County Independent in Bristol, Pennsylvania
9 Dec 1921

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9 Dec 1921

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Bristol Bucks County Independent (Newspaper) - December 9, 1921, Bristol, Pennsylvania A a a a i Bucks county Independent Bristol pa., Fri a. December 9. 1921. Or Arrn ii re Mph 9 9 a Lff of i v in it in 9 k in v t. K pc a n it i Are Are a d 9 of a r n to n a v a car % a it to in n 9 in a a m. Carf calf by miss Esther Lawrence in. Walter Pitts of Virginia is spending so veil weeks with mrs. L. Watt of Lafayette Street. Miss Sadie Breslin of Buckley Street will spend the week end with her sister in Frankford. Mrs. Earl Brown of Chicago is paying a visit with Lier Mother mrs. I Watt of Lafayette Street. Helen Force of Burlington the who John Hein of Chester spent week end with his brother makes his Home with or. And mrs. Howard Appleton of 352 Lafayette Street. Or. A and mrs. William priestly of 339 Cedar Street recently attended the overseers banquet at Moose Home Philadelphia. Charles Herman and Joseph mein Ain went Coon Hunting one night last week and brought Home two opossums. Messes. Earl Spangler Frank Richardson and Dan Spangler left Bristol on thursday last to Hunt Deer in Pike county. Or. And mrs. Harry Dei trick of new Buckley Street or. And mrs. Joseph rears and mrs. Nettie Lyn Dall went to Norristown recently to represent the Bristol Lodge at the class initiation of daughters of America. There were several state officials and one National officer present. Or. And mrs. William Clayton and daughter miss Anna misses Anna and Katharine Clayton of Trenton were recent guests of their relatives or. And mrs. David Mulholland of 315 Dor Ranee Street. Messes. John Mcgargle John r Miller and o. B. English motored recently As representatives of the brotherhood of America from Circle no. 28, of Philadelphia to Call on their fellow member or. William Beaumont who has been ill for some time past at Tho Home of his daughter mrs. David Mulholland of deviance Street. Or. And mrs. C. B. Darrah and daughter of Emsworth Are expected tomorrow to spend the week end. While Here expects to attend the manufacturers banquet in new York City. Daniel Griffin of Walnut Street has returned to hts Home after pending a few Days in Washington d. C. Miss Tessie Motz of Pine Street entertained the card club of which he is a member on monday evening at her Home. Class no. 8, of the presbyterian sunday school will hold a business meeting this evening at the Home of the teacher mrs. Edward Renk. Or. And mrs. Thomas Tanner and daughter miss Florence have returned from a visit with relatives and friends in Ashland and Mahanoy City. Mrs. Isabel Methen and mrs. Sarah Mear of Philadelphia were recent guests of or. And mrs. Joshua Boyd. Or. And mrs. Edward Burkett of Belmar spent the week end with his family on Lafayette Street or. And mrs. Russel Force and daughter Evelyn of 611 Pond Street were week end guests of relatives in Burlington. The sewing Circle no. 5, met last Friday afternoon with mrs. Frank i Jenks of Bath Street. Mrs. George Taylor of Bath Street was Host to Iruh it in to Bunh a a Ess a Hanie club at her Home on arrived yest Ciabay to Pei id several until Nam Sheet on j hurs Dav eve Tnp Days with her brother and family off evening. Fill Pond Street. mrs. Edgar e. Jeffries of Harri r Man entertained yesterday after mrs. Edgar Opdyke of Washington j noon tin sewing club or Busy bees and Cedar streets has returned to of which she is a member. Lick Home after several Days spent a with friends in Easton. or an mrs. Richard Myers or. Aid mrs. Frank Jenks Ami or. And miss Dorothy Mulburn of Hamil a mrs. John Wear attended wednes ton Square recently returned to her Day evening the card club and sew Home Alto a two weeks visit with i ing Circle of Holm Esburg of which her sister mrs. John Hunter of they Are members Bath Street. Mrs. Char Lea p. Lyon of Bogota a. J., is spending two weeks with her sister ills. Edgar Opdyke of Washington Street. Mrs. Filerbo Arr and daughter Leona of Irr Kirton Square were Over night gut it on wednesday of her sister mrs John Hunter of Bath Street. Mrs. William Dyer of new Buckley Street is recovering from an attack of appendicitis. Mrs Dyr is still in the ranch Man Hospital where an operation was performed More than a week ago. Walter Burkett of Lafayette Street spent last week with his brother who Lias a position in Belmar n. Mrs. Joseph Gray and son of Philadelphia were the week end guests of i. Patrick Barrett of Beaver Street. Or. And mrs. C. Hetherington of Locust Street were recent guests of friends in Philadelphia. Mrs. Harry Smith of Ocean City is spending a week with miss Anna Schaeffer of 5g7 Bath Street. Y. P. B. Lichi its monthly is and social meeting at the on the Busine Home of mrs. Frank Lehman monday evening december 5th. Mrs Charles Parker entertained the card club no. 8 at her Home on Mill Street on wednesday evening. Mrs Daniel Laver of Pittsburg i. Spending two months with her parents or. And mrs. Elmer Johnson of Eddington. Messes. Jesse Kirby and Frank Kirby of Ocean View n. J., Wen recent guests for a few Days of or. And mrs. Win. Appleton of Eddington. Or. And mrs. We. Lemon of Trenton will be the week end guest of or. And mrs. Robert Ruch i it 325 Mill Street. Or. Ralph Harris of Harriman entertained on tuesday evening at Lier Home card club no. To. Mrs. Edward Keating was hosted at her Home 918 Radcliffe Street last evening to card club no. 4. Miss Elizabeth Crichton entertains this evening at her Home 312 Walnut Street the women a Bibb class of the presbyterian sunday school of which she is the teacher. Mrs. William Barrett of Edge entertained yesterday club of which sin miss Virginia Winterstein leaves to Day to spend the week end with miss Louise Lawrence in Philadelphia. The sewing is a member. Ladies silk underwear combinations Glove silk shirts camisoles night dresses and petticoats at prices that will Surprise Yon. No More suitable or More acceptable gift. Satin camisoles new shipment 50c to $2.00 ladies and childrens gifts mrs. William Barrett of Edgely entertained at her Home yesterday mrs. Bessie Campbell of 606 Cly afternoon the revving Coch of the Mer Street gave a dinner to Reia Union Chapel. Tives and friends on sunday last. Covers were Laid for fourteen. Mrs. Walter h. Merritt of red Bank n. J., has returned to her a. Nome Atter a live Days visit with i Beaver mrs. C. Hetherington of Locust Street. Tile menus card club tuesday evening wit ii or Jenks of Bath Street. Met on Frank ii. L. Wallfield of go Street was hostess to club no. 3 on tuesday afternoon november 22ud. Or. Mckenzie of Eddington William Harding and William Forsett have returned from a Hunting trip to Williamsport and brought Home As trophies a Bear and one Deer. Misses Bessie Katherine Alice and Sarah Rafferty of Buckley j Street and miss Anna Boyle were especially invited guests on monday evening at the sewing class which met at the Home of miss Tessie Motz lot Pine Street. Or. Robert Dafter by Newtown spent the week end with or. And hrs. John Hageny of 659 Spruce Street. Or. And mrs. John Kelly of 702 Spruce Street attended the funeral in wednesday of or. Kelly a sister of Philadelphia and remained for St pc Val Days in the a City of brotherly i to menus card club met this week on monday evening at the Home of or. Morris Shields of Bath Street. Or. And mrs. Harry Sutton and daughter miss Daisy Sutton am or. Roy Sutton have returned to Leesburg n. J., after a visit of three Days with mrs. Bessie Campbell of 606 Cylinder Street. Or. Edward Dugan who is employee in Chester spent the week end with his Kotlier mrs. Mary Dugan of new Buckley Street. Mrs. Joseph de b. Abbott of Radcliffe Street was hostess at her Home on tuesday november 29th, to card club no. 2. Mrs. Stanford k. Runyan will entertain this afternoon at her Home 910 Radcliffe Street card club no. I. Or. And mrs. Walter pumper and daughters Mary Louise and Elizabeth of Trenton were weekend guests of mrs. Robert Ruehl of 32 5 Mill Street mrs. Fred Decker of 824 Radcliffe Street will entertain this afternoon card club no. 9 at her Home 824 Radcliffe Street. Ii prices i drop for paper hanging and House decorating phone me for terms country work especially solicited. F we a. Gallagher a phone 88-l 122 Buckley Street a a a a or Oil women a round garters in Box.25c to ladies and children a silk and leather hand bags. ,50c to $10.00 women a White celluloid dressing Combs 25c, 50c, and $1.00 list of desirable gifts for men menus it barters in fancy boxes.25c, 50c, 75c menus Bill folds and purses.25c to $2.00 menus fancy cuff buttons fancy suspenders in boxes.50c to $1.00 silk neckwear in boxes. .50c to $1.25 a a n handkerchiefs menus ladies and children a handkerchiefs 5c to 50c boxed % Jar i ii ii i ii i Xmas suggestions Belsons i t t it in nov Van a Xann a a a / / / / a a / / / s a a / i a / / / / \ / i s free free free with every Dollar Purchase in order to thoroughly introduce our butter kist Popcorn which is the finest in the world we will give to Day and tomorrow to everyone who purchases one dollars Worth of goods a Large 15 cent Carton of butter kist pop Corn be sure and ask for yours dolls All kinds 25c to $3.95 ladies gents and childrens umbrellas in Black silk and silk and Cotton with handles and rings or wrist cords.$1.25 to $7.00 Pearson a Vot Pond streets Bristol. A. 218 Mill Street Bristol a. For the wife Mother sister sweetheart Georgette waists crepe de Chine waists Wool stockings silk and Wool stockings silk stockings silk camisoles silk Chemise silk bloomers silk Petticoat silk Panta Lettes silk Sash night gowns Kimonos House aprons Plain handkerchiefs Linen handkerchiefs Imp. Linen handkerchiefs knit petticoats hand made aprons Pillow tops flannel night gowns flannel bloomers boudoir Caps cellar and cuff sets leather hand bags Winter Union suits satine petticoats Wool scarfs Wool Caps i ? j t j j a i i i t i i special Christmas Candy All kinds and All descriptions 35c Pound and upwards fruits vegetables pastry and Delicatessen Alexander Bros. 417 Mill Street $ is 8 i a a Ana a a i i i a i i a i Iii Iai i i Rill i i i i i i i Lim ii i i a i Amin i Ilia an cigars will lend much to the Christmas spirit this year buy them by the Box hand embroidered and crocheted pieces yokes night gowns Eno. Chemise Pillow cases Linen towels table scarfs silverware cases infants dresses night gown baby socks baby Capa infants petticoats coach Robes children a aprons infants capes for the baby and Small children i ii ii ii ii i ii a Chinchilla Coats Cashmere Coats hand knit sweaters hand knit Caps Teddy Bear suits Wool leggings Wool mittens Wool bootees Wool Caps Bath Robes baby buntings coach Robes silk and Wool stockings silk stockings baby blankets a % 0 baby dresses infants dresses Serge dresses infants creepers dressed dolls undressed dolls comb and Brush sets infants rattles infants slippers pure flannel petticoats pure flannel Gertrudes Wool sweater dresses Pillow tops i registered dealer for this District electrical parts and repairs Delco Remy Klaxon and Connecticut ignition starting lighting systems also distributor of Westinghouse batteries for All cars and farm lighting plants i our Stock of stationery and Christmas cards has arrived and a if we do say it As should no to they Are All Beautiful and prices within the reach of All. Tomorrow double certificate Day we will give free a Durham duplex razor in addition to double certificate with every Purchase of a Box of cigars Carton of cigarettes or Pound of tobacco. Do not fail to buy a Box of merry mood famous chocolates f done to delay your Christmas shopping selections Are Good now and our prices Are always lowest for first Quality merchandise. The Bris comlite electrical service station a if its electrical we can do it Mill and Pond streets Bristol a. Biggest Candy bargain Ever offered Tracy do Baker Bristol 245 Mill Street Harriman 1609 Farragut ave. Quot in no ii Iii Iii a i in a Al i i a Ali Jim Oil Lim uni insulin la i ,i�?z1ji1i i a a a a i

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