Bristol Bucks County Independent in Bristol, Pennsylvania
10 Jun 1921

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10 Jun 1921

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Bristol Bucks County Independent (Newspaper) - June 10, 1921, Bristol, Pennsylvania Bucks county Independent Bristol. Pa., Friday june to. 1921. You will surely like these White Polar cloth pumps at $5.00 chit Chat by miss Esther Lawrence a a in a a a ills ii a i Ltd a a a �111�i�11 ii. A 11111111n111111 i i11 no a n 111 m i i a the seasons latest Novelty they will hold their shape As Good As leather. They Are single strap hand turned and Are shown in both a baby French and Louis heels. The Popkins Forrest Block Bristol a. 444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444 4 4 if o it if 4 4 a 4 if ii ii ii ii 4 ii ii if 4 4 if our Quality is supreme foil purity cleanliness and excellence our product stands alone. We specialize in everything in the baking line. Ii ii i ii ii if 4 ii of if o a ii ii c. Boltz amp Buckley and race streets phone 15-r. Co. Bristol a. Mrs. Katherine Robbins of Mont Clair n. J., is spending two weeks with mrs. Ernest Lawrence of 338 Radcliffe Street. Or. Harold Peirce of Haverford formerly of Bristol and president of Hoard of trustees of presbyterian Church was in Bristol on monday evening attending the annual congregational meeting of the Church. Mrs. Ernest Lawrence of 338 Radcliffe Street spent the week end in Bethlehem As the guest of or. And mrs. B. F. Conner. Or. Neilson Stephens and or. Robert Price of Rutherford n. J., spent the week end with or. And mrs. A. L. Winterstein of Radcliffe Street. Mrs. L. K. Walter of Newtown Square is making an extended visit with or. And mrs. We. Smyrl of Edgely. Miss Grace Williams of 242 Mon Roe Street Harriman spent the it week end with friends in Hamburg. While there she attended the alumni 11 reunion of the High school. I Charles in James of Philadelphia. Spent the week end and memorial a Day with his son c. Howard James of Maple Beach. I or. And mrs. Carl Wentzl and Young daughter of Maple Beach j spent the week end with relatives in Wilmington Del. Or. And mrs. Charles Lehman and son Henry All of Doylestown were week end guests of or. And mrs. E. Fox of Fairview Lane Bristol Pike. Or. And mrs. Lehman have taken a House on Fairview Lane where they will reside for the sum Mer. Miss Jennie Watkin of 92 8 Man Sion Street on saturday attended the funeral of an aunt held in sea Cliff l. I. Helen Allen the three year old laughter of mrs. Russell t. Allen. Of Trenton formerly of Bristol is spending several weeks with her aunt miss Stella mount of 639 new Buckley Street. Or. William Gallagher miss alinit1 Gallagher and miss Alice Gallagher motored on sunday to Atlantic City. Lucky strip Kei a new size package ten for 10c. Very convenient. Dealers carry both to for 10c 20 for 20c. Its toasted. Mrs. Elizabeth Dakin and daughter Inez or. And mrs. Richard Welsh All of Philadelphia will i spend the week end with or. And mrs. Eugene Barrett of 142 Buckley Street. Or. And mrs. Alberthi re j Are also expected to be guests for j part of the week end. Or. And mrs. Hubert Crowther of j Walnut Street left yesterday to spend four or five Days with their daughter mrs. Ii. Stover of Doylestown. Mrs. E. Ericson and son William have returned to their Home 916 Jefferson Avenue after spending a week in Atlantic City. Or. And mrs. Arthur Britton of 311 Penn Street and two children. And mrs. Mary Moore will spend the week end with mrs. Britton a sister at Prospect Heights n. Miss Katherine Barrett of Magueh Church is paying a visit to her aunts the misses Ballett of Beaver Street. A or. And mrs. Clymer or. And mrs. Ii. Stover and family All of Doylestown motored on sunday to be the guests of or. And mrs. Hubert Crowther of Walnut Street. Or. And mrs. Fred Wagner and daughter Janice left today for three Days visit in Easton. The doctor 4 4 4 4 44 44 44 44 44 44 4 a it a. A a 4 444 44 4 4 4 4 44 44 44 444 4 4 4 444 4 4 4 a j t t i 4 4 4 4f and mrs. Albert Cliff of Phila expects to attend the twentieth or Delphia Are now at Home in Maple Beach. Their summer re 1901 of Lafay the the i j j f j i 4 t t i 4 f 4 f i i i t t t t x i Union of his class of Ette College. Mrs. Frances Carpenter of Bayside n. Y., is spending two week it As the guest of mrs. W. T. Wilson of Bristol Pike. Washington Wooley of 3 62 la Fayette Street spent the week end with relatives in Trenton. Or. And mrs. Richard Guthrie of Morristown spent the week end with relatives in Bristol. Mrs. S. F. Wright of 502 Pond miss Agnes Weiss of new Buck Street Jias just returned Home after or. And mrs. E. Fox spent week end of last week at Kitt tinny water Gap. Mrs. Emma Hanson and daughter miss Edith and son Theodore All of Maple Beach spent the week end with relatives in Wilmington Del. Mrs. Bannister of Street is spending a week Alives in Atlantic City. Mulberry with Rel special bargains 39c Pillow 20c of Standard bleached Muslin Plain hems size 45x36 $1.25 dressing sacks. Percale in Light and dark i a 4 4 4 4 t j f 4 t ? f i t t i f 4 at 75c $2.50 and $3.00 menus dress shirts at $1.50 sizes 15 it 16,16 /2,17 Only women a 59c stockings.25c Black and Brown. Mock seam $1.25 menus underwear shirts and drawers All sizes extra Fine quality.90c a 4 i i 4 4 f t 4 t t 4 f Ata x a 4 t a 4 f t % i Ley Street and miss May Slater of Pond Street were recent guests of relatives in Burlington. Or. I Frank Crowley of Chester spent the week end with or. And mrs. James Roach of 54 2 Linden St reef. Mrs. S. Patterson of Coaldale was the recent guest for five Days of her sister mrs. M. Griffith of 808 mansion Street. J % t �T�>44444 a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a vegetable plants and Blooming f Lowers this is the time for planting both and the time for the selection of the latter before our Stock is depleted. If you do not wish to make a personal selection either phone us or drop us a card your needs will he attended to promptly and your goods delivered. C. Schmidt greenhouses phone 76 Otter and Maple streets Bristol a. I a a a a a a .1-11.1�? a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a bathing time we ii ave a department a this year devoted end Lively to bathing needs. A suits for the kiddies 25c to $2.50. \ for men and boys 50c to $7.50. Mrs. S. F. Stringfellow of new York City has returned to her Home after a two weeks visit with her son or. S. F. Stringfellow Linn Wood Avenue Maple Beach. Miss Verna dulse of Stroudsburg is making an extended visit with or. And mrs. Charles j. Stafford of 214 Walnut Street. Master Louis Townsend of#804 mansion Street spent the week end with or. And mrs. We. King of Edgely. Miss Mary Griffith of 808 mansion Street and her sister mrs. S. Patterson of Coaldale left Bristol on tuesday for a two months visit with their sister in Mcallister Oklahoma. Miss Freda Hannaberry of Trenton and or. Harry Steen of Cleveland Ohio were week end guests of or. And mrs. Robert Rue of 930 mansion Street. Or. And mrs. Frank Mcdonald of new York City returned to their Home on monday after a weeks visit with or. And mrs. E. L. Reading. Of Jefferson Avenue. Or. And mrs. Mcdonald Are known in vaudeville As Mac and Reading. Mrs. Mcdonald is or. Readings sister and is Well known in Bristol. Or. And mrs. John p. Tomlinson. Of 804 mansion Street left on the 5th of june to spend two months with their sons messes. William and Walter Tomlinson of Upland Del. Co. Or. And mrs. John Wilson of Philadelphia were the recent guests of mrs. Fannie Singley of 903 Beav just or Street. Malt a two weeks stay with or. And mrs. Emil Veit of Oak Lane. Captain we. G. Kilt Ley and lieutenant we. A. Baeckel of company i. 16th infantry who Are stationed at Camp Dix will be the guest of Frank k. Bunter on sunday. Or. John Lennox wife and son. Bud and or. In ii. Bonier of Elkins Park will be the guests of Frank Benfer and sister Over the week end. Or. Arthur Brooks and wife has returned Home from a pleasant visit with menus 50c underwear.39c Ecru Balbriggan Short sleeve shirts ankle length drawers $1.50 ladies silk stockings.95c Blue Black White and Cordovan Plain amp lace or. And mrs. Louise Townsend of i mansion Street celebrated in a quiet manner the 5th anniversary of their wedding on june 8th. Winnifred Muriel and Gene stauffer of Bridgeton n. J., Are staying for a time with their grandparents or. And mrs. Edmund s. Rope of Maple Beach. Our chief asset now that Spring has a a sit opened with its added Annette Kellerman �3 a ,., a 5 j1 warmth and Sunshine and Pool suits for the s t ladies 50c to $3.00. Water wings bathing Cay s of the very newest designs. Mrs. G. Cicciari of new York City is spending two weeks Writh Lier sister mrs. C. Bruno of 828 Jefferson Avenue. Mrs. W. Bowen of Plymouth and or. In b. Lawrence of Trenton were recent guests of or. Horace Rue of 82 4 Jefferson Avenue. Miss Rose Moser and miss Nan Furman both of Trenton were week end guests of mrs. H. Rue of Jefferson Avenue. Mrs. Frank Rue who makes her Home with her son Horace has returned to her Home after spending a week with another son Iii Trenton. Or. And mrs. Charles Fletcher of Philadelphia were the sunday guests of or. And mrs. Emlen Martin. Misses Annie and Phoebe Martin of Philadelphia Sisters of or. Martin were guests on wednesday. Mrs. Linton Martin of 315 Radcliffe Street has returned to her Home after a two weeks visit with her Mother at Wildwood n. Miss Mariana Haldy of Cincinnati will be the week end guest of or. And mrs. Clifford Anderson. Or. Patrick Barrett and family of Beaver Street mrs. Kate Edwards and miss Katherine Barrett of Mauch Church spent the week end at Penngrove n. Or. Brooks parents. Or. Ben Ahart is enjoying the Cool breezes at Spring Lake n. J., for an indefinite time. Hulmeville notes mrs. Sarah Young and son Daniel visited or. And mrs. George Murray at Eddington on sunday. Miss Irene Young was the guest of misses Weager near Bristol on sunday. Or. A. Leon Moser and a party of friends spent the week end at the Buckingham mountains. Mrs. Steart Craig mrs. Dias. Chapman and son Jack and mrs. Harry Clark of Trenton n. J., were recent guests of or. And mrs. Samuel Black. Miss Lucy Reetz is visiting Relt Tives Iii Philadelphia and Swarthmore. Mrs. Horace Cox visited relatives in Bristol last wednesday. Or. And mrs. Harry Pedrick and son of Edgely visited or. And mrs. Alvin Schoenfeld on sunday. Mrs. Harry Bolan of Camden visited or. And mrs. Horace Cox a few Days last week. Mrs. Walter Munyon of Riverside n. J., spent saturday and sunday with or. And mrs. Harry Ridge. Or. Horace Cox spent sunday with his parents or. And mrs. Lewis Cox of Edgely. R. La Pearson phone 74m Bristol a. Closed wednesday afternoon june july and August �>4444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444 real estate insurance we Issue Bonds and write insurance covering the following lines Fike automobile Public liability burglary and theft riot and civil commotion goods in transit Daylight robbery and Holdup treasurers and contractors Bonds Bristol properties and business locations on Mill Street for Sale Gilkeson amp James 205 Radcliffe Street Bristol a. All reduced every pair of women a shoes in our Large Stock offered at greatly reduced prices. It i colonial ice Cream i wins favor in Bristol to this Cream which has leaped into popular favor Here easily outstrips All com a pet tors in comparison from every standpoint. Ii 33 purity unexcelled delicious Flavouring colonial Cream May be had at the following places xxx 33 33 33 8 33 xxx 33 33 xxx a 33 a x p. 33 by Gallagher amp Gallagher Toggery for men Mill Street at Cedar a ice 3 the necessity for t services becomes More a 3 pressing. Ii / if for this season to a o let your iceman be la m. R. Naylor Grey suede pumps two strap Louis Heel $6.50 Saddle strap oxfords tan with cuban Heel $4 $5.50 $6.75 Saddle strap pumps with two instep straps military Heel. $4 to $6.50 our other summer Low cuts at proportionately Low prices. Harry Popkin Pond and Dorrance streets Bristol 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 my ii ii ii 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 ii h the Washington Hoise ii Wood and Washington streets 55 33 33 33 xxx 33 .33 33 33 xxx Charles Finney Pond and Lafayette streets we no amp Nocita r Wood St. Next colonial theatre 33 Martins drug store g Radcliffe Street Harry Strauss is Pond Street 33 h. Sch Emeley 8 Bath Street Tony Ragno 33 Lincoln Avenue 33 e. Tryon 33 Croydon 3> John Shire 33 502 Jefferson Avenue 33 mrs. Coyle 33 Buckley Street a go try the new flavor Orange pineapple attractive territory open for new agencies Bristol Tracy amp Baker Harriman

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