Bristol Bucks County Independent in Bristol, Pennsylvania
22 Jul 1921

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22 Jul 1921

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Bristol Bucks County Independent (Newspaper) - July 22, 1921, Bristol, Pennsylvania 2bucks county Independent Bristol. Pa., Friday july 22. 1921. A a a a a 1 a i a a a a 1 a a a 5 a a a Black and White sport oxfords it o r o Ltd a ii v i a in y t �T�5 a i calf oaf Sims Esther Lawrence the nifty est creation shown in Bristol. Mrs. Frank Lehman and son Robert and sister miss Nellie Fickes of 316 Radcliffe Street will spend two weeks with a brother at Glen Falls n. Y. White Polar cloth f groundwork trimmed with Black t $6 f kid. They Are Strong and sturdy a built on a Goodyear last with sport heels. mis. Gibson Fickes who has been ill for several weeks at her daughters Home 316 Radcliffe Street left Bristol on tuesday for her Home at Newport. Mrs. Fickes was accompanied by her grandson Robert Lehma n. See them Popkins i Rev. Henry m. Hartmann was the Over night guest on thursday of last week with friends in strouds Burg. F t it Pierre nil is spent three Days last week at his Home in Stroudsburg. I Forrest Block Bristol a. I misses Pearl and Verna mass of 528 Locust Street will return tomorrow after a weeks visit to Cape May. M re James Webb of Philadelphia spent the week end with her patents or. And mrs. William Pursell of Washington Street. Misses Marie and Marion Cauley of 339 Cedar Street Are spending the summer with their grandparents or. And mrs. Fred Cauley of Dan Boro. Piles of shirts mrs. Hubert Crowther spent a few Days this week at Doylestown visiting her daughter mrs. Stover. On saturday morning last or. And mrs. Malpas Ardrey and two children in company with another family left Bristol to attend the a a victorious life conference Quot which is being held at Stony Brook Long Island. The male members of tile party went by Auto while the women and girls went by train. $1.50, $2.00 and $2.50 Arrow Brand everyone of them in the newest shades and patterns. Broadway s latest Bow ties a new7 creation of minuet silk 50c Jack Rabbit work shirts.$100 Alfred w. Vandegrift mrs. Asa Fabian Wall accompany her daughter miss Bessie tomorrow to Phillipsburg n. J., where miss Bessie will spend a week with miss Isabel Moore formerly of Bristol. On monday mrs. Fabian will go to Nazareth where she will spend the remainder of the week and return Home with miss Bessie. Or. And mrs. Louis Harrison and family of Ocean Grove or. And mrs. I. Harrison of Trenton were the week end guests of or and mrs. George Ardrey of 62 3 Radcliffe Street. Or. And mrs. Rudolph Balzer and Robert Price All of Rutherford spent the week end with or. And mrs. A. W. Winterstein. Miss Ruth Albertson of Philadelphia who has been spending two weeks with Lier aunt mrs. Harry Clayton of 202 Mill Street returns to her Home tomorrow. Successor to Johnson Bros. 301 Mill Street Bristol a. Or. And mrs. E. Lukemire of Trenton spent several Days last week As the guest of mrs. Luke mires parents or. And mrs. David Warner of 320 Lafayette Street. Misses Helen and Jane Webb of Burlington recently spent four Days with or. And mrs. Isaac f. Webb of 338 Penn Street. 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. Or. And mrs. Charles Smith of Frankford were week end guests of or. And mrs. William Smith of 500 Pond Street. Mrs. Lewis Highland of Pond Street is spending two weeks in sea Girt n. Master Hubert Crowther of Philadelphia and miss Harriet Stover of Doylestown returned to their Homes on tuesday after spending a month with their grandparents or. And mrs. Hilbert Crowther of Walnut Street. Vincent Murphy of Eddington spent last week with his aunt miss Nellie Murphy of 504 Pond Street. Harry Eckert another nephew7, of Eddington is the guest now7 for on week. Harry in Benfer of Elkins Park spent the Wek end with his brother Frank Benfer and sister mrs. Fanny Wright of 502 Pond Street 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 upstairs or Down one switch to control Light in cellar. Or. And mrs. Lewis Force and daughter Helen misses Martha and Elizabeth Force All of Burlington will be the week end guests of or and mrs. Russel Force of 616 Pond Street. Or. Jacob Scheisser of phia spent the week end sister mrs. Frank Libbs Pond Street. Phi i Adel with ii of 612 miss Dorothy Warner of 320 Lafayette Street,1 Lias returned to her Home after a two weeks visit with Lier sister at Chester. Mrs. Jacob Schusser of Philadelphia has returned to her Home after spending a w7eek with her Kotlier mrs. Robert Hetherington 312 Wood Street. $59 have you Ever considered tire 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. A t it Alfred Tomesani mrs. T. M. Neilson and three children All of Detroit mich., Are spending three months with or. And mrs. Adam Smith. St. James will hold a social and Sale in the Parish House on july 30th. Lucky strike cigarette mrs. M. Larrisy of 640 Corson Street who has been a member of the s. P. C. A. For several years has been quite Active during the Seceni excessive heat looking after the proper care of Stock which do not receive necessary attention from their owners. Or. And mrs William Jackson of Philadelphia who recently entered 1 the Bonds of Matrimony were the guests Over sunday of or. And mrs. Thomas Snelson of Market Street. Ii a Pearson a x j toasted this weeks specials visiting relatives through the West and Hawaii is expected daily to re turn miss Betty Koehler of Collingswood spent the week end with or. And mrs. John p. Betz. Or. And mrs. Win. Boyd and daughter miss Elizabeth and Niece miss Mary find All of 92 5 Beaver mrs. Ann Williams of Philadelphia is spending a few7 weeks with her son or. Albert Williams of 92 8 Jefferson Avenue. Or. And mrs. Elwood g. Minster of Radcliffe Street spent two Days this week in Philadelphia enjoying the companionship of some friends from Carlisle. Miss Helen Mccauley of Mauch Church is spending a week with her aunt mrs. La. Peoples of 7 03 Corson Street. Miss Nellie Peoples will return with her to spend the remainder of the summer. Miss Florence Parkinson of Canton who has been spending two weeks with her aunt. Miss Katherine Parkinson of 705 Corson Street has returned to Lier Home. C. Thomas Orr real estate broker reports the Sale of property no. 1629 Swain Street Philadelphia for or. John Dee to Catherine judge of 1620 Latimer Street Philadelphia consideration $4,000. F i t t j j t t t t t j 39c ladies vests at. 25c a 75c boys and Chris bathing suits at. ,39c i i $1.25 menus Union suits at. 85c i t $3.00 ladies corsets at.$2.00 i t 50c menus underwear.39c i $1.50 bleached sheets .$1.05 65c turkish towels.39c Large size and heavy i f. 9464 miss Florence Schmidt and miss Dorothy Souers both of new7 Philadelphia Are spending ten Days with or. And mrs. D. A. Elias of 503 Radcliffe Street. An adaptable design miss Florence Mccarry of Pine Street left on tuesday to spend the remainder of the summer with relatives in Brooklyn. Or. And mrs. Charles Dalton of 4 13 Jefferson Avenue left Oil wednesday to spend a week at Atlantic City. Miss Eva Holladay and miss Emma Druckenmille both of Sellersville Are spending ten Days at the Home of or. And mrs. Thomas Hanford of 23 7 Radcliffe Street. This Dainty frock of White pique May he Cut out at the front to form a a shaped neck or it May be slashed under faced and rolled with the Collar to form revers. As illustrated the inset Vest is of tucked organdy. A leather Belt holds in the fullness at the Waist. I he Model is such a simple one that it lends itself to development in a variety of materials. In Brown taffeta it is exceedingly Dressy. Medium size requites 2�?~j� Yards 36-Inch material. Pictorial review7 dress no. 944-sizes, 6 to 14 years. Price 30 cents. 89c ladies dressing sacks.50c children a 35 and 39c socks .20c women a stockings.59c 25c unbleached Muslin yd.120 r. R. Pearson mrs. Cyrus Van Horn of Lansdale and mrs. William Sickles of Morrisville spent the week and with their Niece mrs. Louise Tomlinson of 804 mansion Street. Street will motor on sunday to Asbury Park. On monday or. And mrs. Boyd will go to Paterson n. J., to spend a week with relatives. Or. And mrs. John c. Tomlinson Viii return on july 31st to her Home after an eight weeks visit to their two sons at Upland. Send for mauled a Midsummer amp fall guide i phone 74m Bristol a. V i store closed wednesday afternoon and evening june july and August it a 1 it a for Fror for >f���#<1 if if for $ of nor it for. Free i St olt and it s seeds plants bulbs Etc. A postal will bring it to you. Mauled a seeds Are All tested and if Cate grown Are always grown. We. Henry Maule inc. 21 St and Arch its. Philadelphia �?o53p miss Marian Rogers of 800 mansion Street is spending two w7eeks with her aunt in Edgely. Miss Frances Thompson of 811 Pine Street spent the week end at Clifton Heights. Miss Sarah Lake of 232 Buckley a Street has returned from a three Days visit with friends at Tacony. Miss Mary Kessinger of Swain Street who holds a position in Atlantic City spent a Tew Days recently with her parents. Mrs. Louis Townsend and two children of mansion Street spent three Days last week with mrs. Townsend a sister in Edgely. Miss Jane Thomas of Philadelphia is making a visit with miss Louise Lawrence of Radcliffe Street. Notice to Correct a false impression that prevails about town. I wish to state i Ani still practising dentistry every Day from real estate insurance 9 to 4 except wednesdays at 219 Market Street Bristol where i shall be pleased to attend to my patients and the Public in general. Respectfully miss Mary Jones of Philadelphia and miss Evelyn Tomlinson of Elizabeth n. J., will spend the week end with or. And mrs. L. Bevan of Dorrance Street. T. Stradling we Issue Bonds and write insurance covering the following lines fire / automobile. T Public liability burglary and theft riot and civil commotion goods in transit Daylight robbery and Holdup v treasurers and contractors Bonds Bristol properties Ariel business locations on Mill Street for Sale Gilkeson amp James 205 Radcliffe Street Bristol a. A i i in in in my colonial ice Cheam wins favor in Bristol this Cream which has leaped into popular favor Here easily outstrips All competitors in comparison from every standpoint. Purity unexcelled delicious Flavouring misses Elizabeth and Louise Wright of Somerville Are spending live or six Days with their Cousin. Miss Louise Lawrence 338 Radcliffe Street. Colonial Cream May be had at the following places the menus club of Edgely and their families will hold an Outing at Florence Heights on August 13th. Mrs. Alpheus Peterson of Edgely who has been ill for some time is convalescing. Or. And mrs. Lewis Force of Burlington spent last week end with or. And mrs. Joseph Schofield of Edgely Pike. Mrs William of Dea and two i children of Edgely Are spending a month in Plainfield n. Misses Ruth and Helen Schmidt and master Horace of Otter Street leave tomorrow for a weeks enjoyment at Asbury Park. Electrical contractor phone 387-j. V Spring and Inlet streets % Bristol a. M issues Agnes and Mary la Prissy of Pine Street left on wednesday to pay a visit w Ith friends in Wildwood n. Miss Veronica Dugan of 706 Corson Street leaves tomorrow to spend a week with friends in Germantown. Or. And mrs. D. A. Elias and son spent last week end at Ventnor n. Mrs. Leon Hess of Philadelphia was a recent guest for four Days with her son m. L. Hess of 238 Mill Street. Wonderful photographic enlargements at Wright s what May be considered the finest pieces of photographic enlargement of a local scene Are now7 on exhibition in the drug store w window of or. Jonathan Wright on Mill Street. The pictures depict two bathing scenes at Burlington Island Park that May be witnessed almost every Day at this popular summer resort. From a 5x7 negative photographer w. B. Nichols of the Wright studio bos enlarged the pictures to 32x4 0 inches the workmanship showing such excellence in studio work that it is undoubtedly a revelation in photography that has never been equated Iii this Vicinity. The group of bathers seen in these photos Are so Clear that one has Little trouble in picking out their friends among the crowds. Done to forget to take a look at these pie tules when passing just to see how7, a ill a Quot of v<>111 1�?~nernk von ran full a i 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 Wash in Hon House Wood and we Ashing ton streets Charles Finney Pond and Lafayette streets Whyno amp Nocita w Ood St. Next colonial theatre Martins drug store Radcliffe Street Harry Strauss v Bond Street in h. Schemeley x it Bath Street / Tony Ragno /. Lincoln Avenue John Shire \ / 502 Jefferson Avenue mrs. Coyle Buckley Street ii try the new flavor Orange pineapple attractive territory open for new agencies Bristol Tracy amp Baker Harriman

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