Bristol Bucks County Independent in Bristol, Pennsylvania 8 Jul 1921
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Bristol Bucks County Independent (Newspaper) - July 8, 1921, Bristol, Pennsylvania
Bucks county Independent. Bristol. A. Friday. July 8. 1921. The prettiest yet White sport Oxford Patent leather trimmed with rubber heels up made of w Hite Polar cloth Goodyear Welt with Black Patent leather Saddle strap and tip also Patent leather Heel trim. There never has been a snap a Ca pier or Robbier style shown in �?�p1 Bristol. A v j t. 4 v chit Chat by miss Esther Lawrence pop a a wins Forrest Block / t Bristol a. A a i was it it a a a a a 4 v a it a it a it a a it it 4 4 a 4 4� 4 4 a a i Ltd 4 4 a 4 4 4 4 4 a a 4 4 4 4 a it 4 4 4 4 it it furniture special 3-piece Lloyd loom Fibre suite $58-00 suitable for Library living room or % i porch. Porch swings j porch screens 1 porch hairs at / Spencer amp sons 208 Mill Street i Bristol a. Six room House wired for $59 special offer for two months in order to keep my Force of men Busy during the business depression. The above Means that i will wire your Home for electricity with concealed wires for this remarkably Low Price. Wire connections to six rooms Light in hallway and one in cellar a two 3 Way switches at stairway in Hall to throw on lights either u a stairs or Down one switch to control Light in cellar. 859 is the Cash Price a if you would Pretor a year to pay for your work payments of $6 each. Have you Ever considered the great convenience of electricity it is clean always your lights Are Ever ready just turn on the switch and there you Are phone me for appointment. miss Clara Owen spent the week Chyen by no the surf at Atlantic ran mrs. George Breece of a were we a end guests with or. Free Cen a Uncle or. Harry White of 3 4 0 Lafayette Street. Or. And mrs. Harold Smith of i Ai by Are spending some time w Ith mrs Darby a parents or. And mrs. A Ryan of Mulberry Street. A a Inson of Langhorne or. Russel Everett of n. A. Or. Charles Murphy and miss Margaret Dunn of Baltimore spent the weekend and Independence Day with mrs. R. W right of 502 Pond Street. Or. Prank Benfer of Pond Street Wilt a was Hurt in an Auto Accident about two weeks ago has recovered from his injuries. Miss Mary Haagen of Long Branch spent several Days this week As the guest of or. And mrs Richard Weagley of 121 Mulberry Street. Or. James poof of my Bethel. Was the week end guest of his Cousin William Smith of 500 Pond Street. Miss Sarah Wolrab of Dorrance Street is spending two weeks with relatives in Ansonia Conn. Mrs. James Hartnett and daughter and miss Hartnett of Chicago have been guests this week of or. And mrs. Roy Fry of 323 Jefferson Avenue. A i Alfred Tomesani electrical contractor phone 3 8 7-j. Spring and Inlet streets Bristol a. Or. And mrs. Wiliam Wilkinson and daughter. Miss Elizabeth All of -�?T2 7 Jefferson Avenue and or. And mrs. Archbald Wilkinson of 329 Jefferson Avenue were guests for the week end of relatives in Wilmington. Del. Mrs. Margaret Browne a nurse in the state sanitarium at Cresson arrived on tuesday at the Home of her sister mrs. George Hussey of Dorr Ance Street to spend two weeks. Or. And mrs. Russel Force and daughter Evelyn All of 616 Pond Street spent the week end with relatives in Burlington. Or. Elmer Harvey and daughter and four grandchildren were weekend guests of or and mrs. Fred King of Dorrance Street. Mrs. John Johnson of Jacksonville n. J., is spending a week with her i a daughter mrs. R. Nevegold. Of 910 Wood Street. Miss Gladys Coon who has a position at Atlantic City spent the week end with her parents or. And mrs. G. A. Coon of 332 Jefferson Avenue. Or. Vern Ian Bailey of Pond Street spent the week end with relatives on the Hudson near new York City. Heaver Myers of Langhorne spent sunday and Independence Day with or. And mrs. Fred King of Dorrance Street. Joseph Bendell of Philadelphia. I spent the week end w Ith his aunt. Miss l. Myers who makes her Home at 405 Radcliffe Street. Miss Mildred Prickett of Hulmeville has been spending two weeks with her grandparents or. And mrs. Frank Barton of 232 Walnut Street. Miss Elizabeth Hussey who is on the teaching Force of Bayonne n. J., is Home for her Slimmer vacation with her broker. George Hussey of Dorrance Street. Miss Elizabeth Mcbrien of Washington Street spent the week end at Atlantic City. Misses Anna and Katherine Clayton both of Trenton were the weekend guests and on the 4th of or. And mrs. David Mulholland. Mrs. A. Shores of 499 Pond Street met with a painful Accident on tuesday morning and injured her knee by slipping. Mises Mary and Louise Swain of Radcliffe Street left on tuesday to i spend several weeks at Spring Lake As guests of relatives and friends. Min. Ella Bunce and mrs. E. Ginn both of Brooklyn have returned to their Home after spending a week with mrs. Ginny a sister mrs. William Carver of 417 Radcliffe Street. Miss Alice Kraft chief nurse of or. John b. Heavers clinic of University Hospital of Philadelphia is spending the Wek end with her parents Squire Anil mrs. F. I. Kraft of 24 7 Radcliffe Street. Mrs. E. S. Roper of Maple Beach has been spending a week with her daughter at Bridgeton n. Or. And mrs. Charles Muller of new York City have returned to their Home after spending several Days with or. And mrs. John Downs of 1005 Radcliffe Street. Mrs. Ralph Downs and son. Both of Radcliffe Street have returned from a visit to Atlantic City where they were the guests of mrs. Downs Mother mrs. Charles Walters. Or. And mrs. Wiliam Snowden and son William or. Of Frankford spent the week end and Independence Day with or. And mrs. L. Besan of Dorrance Street. Mrs. Walter Smith and miss Olive Brown Are spending the month of july with mrs. Emma Smith of 517 Radcliffe Street. Or. And mrs. John Brodie and son. And mrs. Charles c. Guyon. All of 417 Washington Street spent the week end at Oakwood Beach n. Mrs. Guyon and grandson remained to spend the summer. Elwood Watt of Lafayette Street. Is spending a week with his sister mrs. Earl Brown of Chicago. Mrs. Ralph Downs and son. John expect to go to Wernersville on the Lith to spend a week or ten Days. They will go As the guests of mrs. Downs Mother mrs. Charles Walters who will remain there for the summer. Or. R. G. Hunt who for the present is making his Home in Salem n. J., spent the week end with his daughter. Mrs. Minot j. Hill of 431 Radcliffe Street. Do you know Why its toasted to Seal in the delicious Burley flavor its toasted. View via bar at a a a a a a a a a of mrs. Emma Atho of Philadelphia. And mrs. Charles Wilson of North Glenside have been the guests for several Days this week of mrs. Owen Evans of 241 Radcliffe Street. Charles Lyon of Bogota n. Y., was recently an Over night guest with his sister mrs. E. S. Opdyke of Washington and Cedar streets. Or. And mrs. E. Fellows of Atlantic City and who have been the guests for More than a week with mrs. Fellows parents or. Anti mrs. In Pursell. Will leave Bristol on monday and go to Baltimore where or. Fellows will assume his new position As general superintendent of Eisenberg department store. Mrs. Fellows will soon return to Bristol for a longer visit with her parents. Mrs. Mary Scheffer miss Henrietta Scheffer. Or. And mrs. Walter Brown and Everett Mathews All of Philadelphia. William Haefner of York or. And mrs. Walter w. Green Ami miss Katherine Green were the week end a guests and Over the 4th. Of Rev. And mrs. T. B Thomas of Beaver Street. Or. Charlesll. James of Philadelphia. Or. And mrs. Samuel picked and family of Somerton were recent guests of or. And mrs. C. Howard James of Maple Beach. Or. William Black of Harrisburg was the week end guest of or. And mrs. John Birkey of new Portville. Or. And mrs. S. Beden and miss Laurine Thornton of Brooklyn were week end guests and on Independence Day of miss Thornton smother mrs. E. R. Thornton of Bath Street. Or. And mrs. G. W. Ott and son and two daughter of Bethlehem. Were recent guests of or. And mrs. Horace Fleckinstein of Newportville. Or. An i mrs. Harry Neyhart and son. Robert of East Stroudsburg were Over night guests on tuesday of or. And mrs. Pierre Nills of 116 Mill Street. Or. And mrs. Harry Pope and daughters. Misses Hilda and Margaret spent the week end and Independence Day with friends in Jenkintown. Mrs. Roy Tracy and daughter miss Winn if red. Will spend the coming week end with friends in Germantown. Or. And mrs. George Silbert of Philadelphia were the week end Holiday guests of or. Silbert Smolier and sister of the cottage hotel. Or. William Fitzgerald of Naugatuck Conn., with or. Sidney Young motored on saturday afternoon from the Nutmeg state to spend the week end holidays with or. Fitzgerald a wife and family on Radcliffe Street. Or. William Simons wife and family of 219 Otter Street spent a Independence Day at the sea Isle Heights new Jersey. Or. William Harold Marshall wife and baby of Baltimore md., arrived on saturday last to spend the Holiday week with Bis parents. Or. And mrs. William la. Marshall of Buckley Street. Or. And mrs. Cervelli of 132 Mill Street had As their guests Over the holidays their cousins. Or. And mrs. Joseph Saigon in and son Louie of new York City. Miss Frances Singley. Of Riverton. N. J., entertained on the 4th of july. Misses Beulah Stackhouse. Helen Appleton Carrie Rapp messes. Norman Hetherington Russel Johnson and Harold Loechner. Or. Ami mrs. Lewis e. Sommers of Linn Wood n. J., Are spending this week we till or. And mrs. Harry Clayton of 202 Mill Street. Miss Mary Rogers of 206 Jefferson Avenue is spending several weeks with her brother William b. Rogers at Hastings on the Hudson. Or. And mrs. Milnor Downing and daughter All of Camden. N. J., spent the 3rd and 4th with or. Downing a father or. Win. M. Downing of 312 Mill Street. Miss Anna Ditzler of Newton. N. A has returned to her Home after spending several weeks with Hei Friend. Miss m. Louise Patton of Flushing. Mrs. Hugh East Burn. Of Doylestown spent the week end with her son. Or. Hugh Eastburn of Pine Grove. Or. And mrs. Edward a. Holden of Narbeth. Are the guests this week. Of mrs. Holden s parents. Or. Ami mrs. Frank Baldwin of Pine Grove. Or and mrs. William Austin. Or. And mrs. G. A. . Were the week end and Independence pay of or. And mrs. Price Pat ton of Flushing. A31 mrs. Jacob Speacht. Of Pottsville. Is spending a week with Hei Niece. Mrs. Harry Hughes of Bath Street. Mrs. Harry Stackhouse of 591 Swain Street entertained for several Days this week her Nephew George Dewees of Philadelphia. Earl gloom is attending daily a he school conducted by the y. M. C. of Philadelphia. Earl is devoting his time to two studies. Mrs. Albert Rosenberg of 342 Lafayette Street mrs. Harry White of 340 and mrs. Schuyler White of 34 4 Lafayette Street were a Trio of bathers at Atlantic City. The party went on saturday and returned on monday evening. Or. And mrs. Thomas Dougherty. Of Chester were week end guests with mrs. Dougherty a sister mrs. Lamont Marsh of Pond Street. Mrs. Albert Groom of Mill Street spent a few Days recently As the guest of friends in Langhorne. Clarence Angus Frank met Ole and Fulton Neill of 333 Jefferson Avenue were week end guests and Over the 4th in Atlantic City. or. And mrs. David Neill Ami Nephew James Barklay and mrs. John Neill All of Philadelphia spent the week end with or. And mrs. James Neill of 333 Jefferson Avenue. Or. Ami mrs. Robert e. Garvey. Of Philadelphia spent the weekend and Independence Day As guests of mrs. A. Ryan of 337 Jefferson Avenue. Miss Marie Mcnally of Morrisville. Is making a visit with her grandparents or. And mrs. T. We Mcnally of 225 Washington Street. V v h h4h�T��T��T��T��T��T��T� Fror a july Sale women a under muslims serviceable very attractively priced. V 83.50 silk envelope chemises Ai $1.75 t t a it i i i i or. And mrs. John Christy and of daughter were week end guests and i for the 4th with or. And mrs. L. V. A Rue of 640 Bath Street. Y a or. And mrs. Edward Pearsell and daughter of Peony were week end in guests of or. And mrs. Edward Mcllvain of 310 Lafayette Street. Or. And mrs. M. Owen of 335 Lafayette Street spent the week end with their daughter mrs. George Fenton of Philadelphia. Or. William Speakman of Philadelphia spent Over the fourth with mrs. William Speakman. Of Market Street. Or. And mrs. Howard Mathew to and mrs. William Mathew of Frankford Are expected tomorrow to spend the week end with Revand mrs. Bingham. Miss Nellie Booz. Of 226 Cedar Street is Home from Fairview n. A. Where she has been teaching for the summer. Or. And mrs. John Bingham of 238 Cedar Street. Or. And mrs. William Stetson of Linden Street were the guests on the 3rd and 4th. Of cousins in Hulmeville. Women a 81.50 night gowns 89c gowns of Fine Nain Sook elaborately trimmed with lace and Tine embroideries. Children a bathing suits is sizes 6 to 12 years 39c women s sateen petticoats 81.50 and 81.75 value reduced to 95c w we have 1000 More Yards of Fine Quality of a i unbleached Auslin at.12y2c i r. R. Pearson phone 74m Bristol a. I store closed wednesday afternoon and event ing june july and August x t in 4 a a miss Emma Stackhouse of Philadelphia is spending a month with i or. And mrs. Dallas Erwin of 211 Cedar Street. Miss Anna Mcllvain. Of 409 Buck i icy Street has returned to her Home after spending several Days with relatives at Wilkes Barre. Miss finances Haley of Eden Hall is spending the summer with mrs. Hugh Gail cd 303 Radcliffe Street. Miss Jennie Harrity. Of Radcliffe Street is spending a week at Allan i tic City. Send for Mau Les Midsummer amp fall guide free i St oct and it h seeds plants bulb Etc. A Portal will bring it to you. Mauls teed Are ail tested and if once grown Are always grown. We. Henry Maule inc. 21st and Arch so a. Philadelphia real estate insurance we Issue Bonds and write insurance covering the following lines Fike automobile Public liability burglary and theft p riot and civil commotion goods in transit Daylight robbery and Holdup t treasurers and contractors Bonds Bristol properties and business locations on Mill Street for Sale Gilkeson amp James 205 Radcliffe Street Bristol a. La a colonial ice Cream wins favor in Bristol this Cream which has leaped into popular favor Here easily outstrips All competitors Iii comparison from every standpoint. Purity unexcelled delicious Flavouring a colonial Cream May he had at the following places we no amp Nocita Wood St. Next colonial theatre Martins drug store Radcliffe Street k m a a a aug a v s a a a a a 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 Harles Finney Harry Strauss Pond Street h. Suh Emeley Bath Street Tony Ragno Lincoln Avenue John Shire 502 Jefferson Avenue mrs. Oyle Buckley Street Pond and Lafayette streets try the new flavor Orange pineapple attractive territory open Tor new Agene its Tracy amp Baker Bristol
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