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 Bucks county Independent. Bristol. A. Friday july 22. 1921. 55555855555555555555555 55 s80&ss8g8c8csu8c8c8355 done to judge the Quality by our Low Price it is True you can buy Coffee today for to Loe or 50c a Pound elsewhere but when it a Ven cents or possibly less and even As High As Natter. It matters not How much you a-.,Mes a a compann8 Quality that s an entirely different a Ascot blend. Paying you cannot get any better Coffee than our famous funds needed to i taxi has narrow of a a a a a a Tutt Gutt Bury the heroes escape at canal i the Best value of the year a i a of american legion pleads for funds hate passenger wants suit started Yat it a r to Fumi Sli music at military against someone Bridges Siyoum f 01x100 8 Oit Cip mull tary Heel mahogany funerals be guarded store. Their is Only one place to 2et at e. If you Are paying More than Jim Quality and that sat an a Casco ing Money away. A five cents tor Coffee you Are throw a a a y Ascot co la Asco Coffee is a combination of of inv. A it world. Try a Pound of this delicious Coffee you la likes a Illust Coffee rotations of the a 55 410 Mill St. Asco store a where Quality counts 305 Washngton St. 217 Buckley St. Pond amp Lincoln ave ii Best soda crackers i in Iii Ink of it the very Best soda or a Pic to baked for Only eleven cents Pound. Tile Low Cost juice in years. Ens a a Victory bread 6c big loaf la you Are yearning for a taste of Good. Home made bread the kind Mother used to bake buy a loaf of a a Victory ifs the equal to the Hest Home made you Ever ate. A a Ascot Corn flakes 3 pkg for 25c have you tried these delicious Flat k yet Coll a a Ascot Eva. Milk tall can 12c stays Sweet longer than fresh milk or Cream. Tender i of / pea s can a 2 /2c in tis with that a just picked flavor. Horseshoe Salmon �25c can i to very Best red Alaska Salmon packed other big a a Ascot special. An puffed Rice pkg a Well known Cereal at a bargain Price. 12v2c Best Pink Alaska Salmon can 10c minced Corn beef can 10c prepare with potatoes and highly seasoned splendid served with poached exp. Try a can. You Lluke it. For making the Best iced Tea use our a a Ascot Orange Pekoe y4 it pkg 12c a but to Catter How much More you pay. You cannot a inv better teas than our five a a Ascot blends. I lain Black mixed. Old country style India Ceylon. Orange Pekoe. A a Quality counts in a a Ascot stores 55 Sun Sweet prunes. Not lie 17c Gorton a fish cakes. Can Lac a a Ascot sliced Bacon. Pkg inc. A a Ascot pork amp Beans can Loc Best soup 6c Calif. Asparagus can of of Sugier co can or cd a Ascot Macaroni. Pkg f5c a a Ascot peas can 9c a a Ascot Ole Margarine. Not 25c a s c 0 i Bot Ginger ale j Root Beer f i z /2c Sarsaparilla j $1.45 dozen i he beat made. Buy by Tho dozen. You save Money in a a Ascot stores pm a baking c 0 powder in can 17c for better use baking result a a Ascot cornstarch. Pkg 7c�?T a a Ascot ice Cream Salt hag 15c window screens each 65c Best Cream mints la 25c Elkhorn cheese can i2i/2c Strawberry Jam Jar i5c Best new 5c Lenox soap3 bars in. A a Ascot w. D. Vinegar hot i2c a a Ascot cider vinegar hot inc Are we serving you re for quilt butter est. to Chi we t j a a butyl a can always of certain of receiving the very Best butter defend Able eggs at the very lowest prices. Depend Aie you using the finest butter in America a a a Louella 55 ii ii a ii ii ii Xvi a 55 ii a ii a a ii 55 55 55 55 a 55 xxx 55 xxx we xxx 55 55 xxx a 55 55 xxx xxx xxx. Xxx xxx x w xxx x w xxx xxx x w xxx when the living heroes of the world War returned to Bristol a fund was raised to Welcome them with fitting ceremonies so generously to id the people give at that time. That there was considerable of the sum left Over in fact about two thousand dollars. Now the boys who paid the supreme sacrifice Are returning and there is not sufficient Money in the Treasury of the Robert Bracken Post american legion to give them a fitting military burial. I be balance of the Welcome Louie fund has been spent for a Monument so the Soldier boys who Are still Here and win wish to Honor their dead comrades Are appealing to the Public for funds. The funeral of Joseph a. Shun maker held last saturday had no band and a military funeral without a band is not a military funeral in the strictest sense. Criticisms have j i i unless the Borough authorities Lake some Steps to Force la. Calili % company to give a proper warning of before Hie swinging Bridges at w Ashington Street Ami Jefferson a Avenue Are opened particularly of Lei dark they Are going to and if themselves with a Law sail on their hands one of these Fine Days. And the costs will amount to fat kid pump at $4.00 f i t More f than Een a watchman paid by the t Borough would amount to % a Accident 011 i tuesday even 1 ing at Jefferson Avenue which if itly had occurred would have put the. Borough fathers in a mess is the in f mediate cause of the foregone and i i. A. Hay of North 25th Street. I Philadelphia is the gentleman who ? would have instituted the action. Is or. Hay was being driven to the $ stat Ion in hisses taxi cab which in been freely expressed on the legion operates from Harriman there was in most. Of i he dues a drizzle of rain which made vision i <108 Mill Street my if the through the wind Stoma is01 not providing music. Ion has been asked by Many if the through the wind shield a legion discriminated in its Choice matter. The Driver leaned oui to s of men to he honoured with music. Guide of the cab to see the min a i Bey do not and Are anxious that to the Bridge and this aion., f every funeral be accompanied by both Driver and passenger in i music but it costs $75 for a band ducking in the canal followed Bland they had not the necessary possible serious consequence seventy live to spend last saturday. I it is a Good thing that the Bank a seventy five dollars is the actual on the hissed car were in or a i Cost. And that for a band of soldiers ing order or the ducking would hive from Camp Dix the men who play Aken place despite the fact hat the Are Given nothing but they must be tee Driver was careful with is transported to and from Camp an indies of the Bridge the in a f they mud he fed while Here this canal boat passing along no died our is where the Money goes. J the Structure the Driver r it is expected Iffat the funeral of on his brakes and his car in Ned Robert w. Bracken for whom the just on the Brink. Rather local Post was named will be held on j Row escape and or. Hay was o in sunday afternoon there will be Censed that he requested hissed to music too As tile local Lodge of elks make a complaint against somebody have donated fifty dollars toward so that he might appear and give his the expense of the hand the Lodge testimony. I has rom farther and offered the use it in i matter which the average it the Home so that tile body of the person cannot understand this re Little hero might lie in state under Lectance on Hie part of the author military guard during the time be-1 ties to make any corporation take precautions to safeguard the lives of i the citizens of Bristol. Surely it i cannot he that the authorities fear the corporations for any reason this offering in women a footwear was not accidental. It did no to just happen. It is the result of thinking and planning. These shoes were not bought for this special offer i ing it is our regular Stock we have two full i cases 72 pair of surplus Stock sizes from i % to 8, a c and d widths. Frank Green Bristol j a. Store closes wednesday noon july and August merchants baseball Field under new management i tween its arrival Here,.and the interment. The members of the legion have no feeling that one sober is better than another All who died in i i Alice died tor the same cause and Png a Tutt t t urge Etc they should be honoree alike. Funds i. Cornwell Heights were provided by the Good citizens �?�il�?T1111 ii. Page and son. Haw a cd Bristol for the Welcome of the Force men laying Concrete pave living Why not a fund for the proper end Mont of tile property of burial of the dead. I Harry l. Zickel. And the p. O. G. Of rile special committee who look Hall that adds greatly to die after the funerals of their dead i metropolitan appearance of the comrades request that All persons town. Inclined to make a donation to this a Samuel Traylor president of most worthy object Send checks to Tjie Traylor tractor company re James Lawler Post financial off turned on monday with his Bride eel. Sunday afternoon 3 30p.m. A Luale \ not Lier suggestion Lier boys to the from Public at that they uncover the men the sol arge is folks while a funeral cortege is passing particularly for the colors and out f respect to the Corpse on the Eais with h from a honeymoon trip to Europe. Or. And mrs. Miller of main Street entertained a Large number cd a Quaker City a relatives on sunday. Or. Charles Zickel. Of Phi i Adel phia spent the week end with his a on. It is an act of respect that is i father. W to conducts a uric Fly enforced in army circles my if you have Ever noticed a re business in who Are now the Home club is. Madison stars prices 30 Ani 50 cents xxx xxx x of fancy Redbird Norway Mackerel 3 10c each fish a Nice individual portion Var tasty. Try them. # Gold Seal flour 68c Gold Seal flour. 5 la bag�?31< or 0lli s for making Good bread pies a xxx x x xxx xxx xxx xxx under the p. O. It. Of a. Hall. The members of St. Charles Catho Vic Wing stand when a procession Tjw Church Are preparing for their pashes it every Man on the platform annual three night carnival which v. Iii Taki off his hat in respect to be held on the Church Lawn the Flag As ii is carried past. August la 12 and 13th. Iou who gave to the Welcome funeral services Over the remains 1 Louie Hind for the living boys give of the late Louis git Yon who died a to those win paid the supreme i on thursday last from a stroke of that their living conf paralysis were held at his late hone inter them with fitting put Cornwell Avenue saturday after a a a ii i ii Arnn a s a ties May t Rei nonies. The div non pastry urn re Quality meats Only buy your meats at our meat Market we guarantee you Quality meats Low prices courteous service and sixteen ounces to every Pound. Xxx xxx xxx xxx xxx xxx xxx in memorial i fond and Loving memory Allen ii of ii dear w Ife and Lov ing Mother i j Lucy a Alfin who depart fid this life Shonu july 20. I i s at her Home Bridgewater a. Sadly missed by husband and children. .55 5 sugar cured Boneless Bacon 23c finest native beef thick i Aid lib roast. The 18c lean soup be Eft 5c finest cuts standing rib 28c rolled should Rah Loc Boneless pot roast. La 15c x xxx xxx x x xxx xxx xxx xxx xxx 55 genuine nearby Spring Lamb shoulders la 20c neck 8c breast to 5c rack. M 22c xxx xxx xxx / sliced / Lebanon Bologna 4 la 8c whole pieces la. 25c ready to serve specialities 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 clearance on All White footwear we have one particularly attractive line of ladies pumps w till modified French Heel to All sizes at xxx sliced dried beef Valb. 12c whole pieces la. 35c sliced Large Bologna Valb. 7c whole pieces la. 22c sliced cooked Ham Valb. 16c whole pieces la. 50c 55555555555555555555555555 55 55 55 55 $1.50 others at xxx 55 55 55 555555555555555555555555555555555555555555555555555555 Forrest theatre week end Bill most attractive tit Rorr j lie week end Bill offered at the Forrest theatre tomorrow afternoon and evening is an exceptionally attractive one. The vaudeville numbers have been especially Well chosen and they will prove interesting am entertaining in the extreme. Heading the Bill is Eddie Cassidy the old time minstrel Man and known for years As the Irish Tenor. He was tile principal Tenor of Dumont minstrels in the hey Day of that company s career. His act will be the singing of so eos ballads and telling Irish stories. Master Rankin a the wizzard of j the xylophone a will undoubtedly Charm with his rendition of difficult numbers. Then comes the japanese musical Trio presenting an Oriental Novelty. These Little Brown men have made Good wherever they have appeared this year and Bristol should be no exception. A tile Silver car with of amp arc Williams. Fresh from its record run at the Stanley theatre Philadelphia will be the feature picture. Tho automobile used Iii this film was especially built Iii the Sti Idio and is a thing of Beauty to see. The versatile Star is seen at his Best in this picture and Many Are the matinee idol adores who have gone Day after Day to see the handsome Star in the various hair raising scenes depicted. ,1 us ".". _ a a ii atm a a rile avenging Arrow with Ruth Roland will be shown along with she regular a the weekly and news i eels. Mrs. Gumbs entertained at tasty dinner All sorts and styles of ties dress and sport shoes offered at less than Cost. See them m i. Till ii mrs. Spencer s. Tomlinson of a ire r est Cornwell Heights entertained at dinner on tuesday evening in Honor of mrs. Lilian s. Crumbs of Rockville Center Long Efland. Airs. Climbs has been making an extended visit with or. And mrs. William e. Davis of Beaver Street and or. And mrs. Tomlinson. Overs at the dinner were Laid for twelve. A. W. Winter Mill and Wood streets i Bristol Pat noon. Rev. Or. Hyde of the local m. It Church officiated and into int was made in Bristol cemetery last sunday afternoon the a Nills team met the Strong Quaker nine. Of Philadelphia on the grounds and had a mighty Strong Battle for their honors which finally resulted in a Victory for the local boys by the score of 3 to 2. Very much elated Over the Success of their last fishing trip Charles Jenks Ralph Simons Harold Ely. I Reed Macveagh and Clarence Peg paid a visit yesterday tor the fishing Banks at Fortesque n. J., and Doull less w Hen the freight train arrives with the abundance of fish they say they caught there will be a Large i distribution of the finny tribe Iii the Village. A special meeting of the Loc i ii company was held on monday own ing when action was taken on giving out the contract for a new body on the recently constructed truck at a Cost of $2 500. Pile lire laddies will give a supper tomorrow evening in the p. O. S. Of a. Hall to which members of the Bristol fire department have been invited. A donation of $100 from Mother Katherine for their service at the recent fire of the outbuildings near tin Convent made tomorrow j nights feast possible. Vople hereabouts Are declaring in Dulcet tones that a old humidity for Sale 125 radiators steam a 15 toilets 20 Wash basins i 140 windows i 200 doors 200 electric fixtures i 2000 feet electric wire retrenchment now the Vogue a a a 5 Bath tubs i 5 stationary tubs a a two Large Heaters a x Large lot of Assort t i cd piping and All a sorts of building lumber. J you will be surprised to see How near like new we can make your last summer Low cuts look. Prices Are about Back to Normal let us save you some dollars. A mrs. M. A. Schwartz Bath Road Profy to o of it of 0 oooo of 0 of ? oooo oooo t of 4 i 4 4 oooo oooo of a Bristol r. F. No. I a the shoe doctor 209 Mill Street v y j of a a must have hit some part of the town pretty hard this week because Well know n resident w to has worn rubber boots Winter and summer for Many years appeared upon the pile i this week wearing a bran new pair it a sneaks a instead of the proverb my rubber footwear lie has been wedded to for years and was thought by i the residents hereabouts to he an heirloom in his family. Lifford Dennis of Simons Avenue who has been employed in Florida during the past fourteen months re turned to his Home Here this week. John in Vandegrift sr., who a been under a doctors care for nearly a year past has been confined to his loom this week but is now reported improving. Miss Helen states while walking across a porch at her Home on Corn Wells Avenue on thursday last a cadent by tripped Over a projecting Natl Iii the flooring which caused her to fall Down the porch Steps severe it to act tiring several hones in the right Arm. Facial treatment chiropractic baby named for the chiropractor i i tactic baby Quot was born of Allied Rogers of Hill ii and i i. V Teeth sunday morning. A 10 111 Pound arrival has been named Gloria Martindell bog pm Middle name conferred Iii Nonoi of the chiropractor who adjusted the Mother for eight months previous to the birth. Both Mother and baby Are doing very Well. By an expert done to go around bewailing the fact that wrinkles and crows feet Are beginning to appear w e can eradicate them and guarantee results. French Clay pack As prepared and administered in our establishment will positively temporarily remove wrinkles blackheads and reduce enlarged pores. We make our own pack and no harmful ingredients Are used. Treatment includes full facial Massage with Violet Ray. Ask us about it Bristol Beauty parlor room to Forrest theatre bldg. Phone 410 open evenings until 9 of clock except wednesday

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