Bristol Bucks County Independent in Bristol, Pennsylvania
24 Jun 1921

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24 Jun 1921

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Bristol Bucks County Independent (Newspaper) - June 24, 1921, Bristol, Pennsylvania Bucks county Independent. Bristol a. Friday. June 24. 1921. A. A a it it Ltd it a it a it a a a it it it it 5 v w Vav Vav i Beacon brogues and Saddle strap oxfords $5.50 no better nor sturd i e r shoe can be bought than the Beacon. This offering is tile big special of the season. Ii i a a of 4 a a t it t it in it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it Popkins t v i j t t v f t i t t t t f a t t t a if oaf by miss Esther Lawrence or. And mrs. Elmer ail and daughter miss Katherine All of Oak Lane spent the week end with or. And mrs. Fred Wagner of 435 Radcliffe Street. Mrs. Cattalina Goslin of 620 Beaver Street is spending the month of june with her daughter mrs. Frank Burton of Fallsington. Or. And mrs. Arthur Brady miss Mary Brady and miss Mary Dugan were guests at the recent banquet held in Eddington by the Tri Council of the knights of Columbine. Or. And mrs. Joseph Paone and son Joseph jr., expect to leave Bristol july 1st to spend a week with mrs. Alii is. Paoness parents in Hudson Forrest Block Bristol a. Wow 8 i suit prices Cut 35 to 40 every suit in this store Lias been reduced the Price tags remain As reduced by the late or. Johnson pick out your Choice either menus or boys and then deduct this new Cut the balance will be the Price you pay. As an example any suit formerly sold for $20.00 during this Sale will Cost you Only 812.00. Summer suits $12, $13.50 and $20 High Grade shirts 25% off Alfred w. Vandegrift successor to Johnson Bros. 301 Mill Street Bristol a. Vegetable plants and Blooming Flowers this is the time for planting both and Tho time the latter before oui Stock is deplete if you do not wish to make either phone us or drop us a card tended to promptly and your goods delivered. 4 the Sei Ion of a personal selection a scr needs will be at j. Schmidt greenhouses phone 76 Otter and Maple streets Bristol a s 4 4 $ a a / 4 4 a a 4 4 4 4 4 \ 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 i 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 sister mrs. 62 3 Radcliffe week with her miss Mary Brennan of Jefferson Avenue and miss Agnes Larrissey of Pine Street motored to spend the week end at the Council country club of Eddington. Or. And mrs. Amos Carver of Langhorne spent the week end with mrs. Carvery a sister mrs. Fred King of Dorrance and Pond streets. Mrs. Mary Daniels of san Angelo Texas Lias started on her homeward trip. Mrs. Daniels has been visiting with or. And mrs. Harry Daniels of 313 Walnut Street and will make a stay with relatives in Cleveland Ohio before reaching Home. Mrs. Daniels was formerly a teacher in the Bristol Public schools and was then known As miss Sarah Young. Mrs. Daniels son Taylor was engaged on a submarine during the War and crossed the Ocean three times. Miss Mary Keating of South Langhorne was the week end guest of her aunts the misses Keating of 521 Linden Street. Mrs. Thomas Snelson of 221 Market Street has returned to her Home after spending ten Days with relatives in new York. Mrs. Katherine Robbins of Montclair has been the guest for two weeks of mrs. Ernest Lawrence left on monday for the Island of Thebea gue Casco Bay Maine. This makes the sixteenth annual visit to the Island where mrs. Robbins spends her Summers. Mrs. Lillian s. Gumbs of Rockville Center l. I., is making an extended visit with or. And mrs. Win. E. Davis of 626 Beaver Street. Or. And mrs. Lewis r. Walton of Andalusia have returned to their Home after a few Days stay at the ii cottage at Ocean City. Or. And mrs. Harvey Rue Walton of Andalusia entertained at dinner on june 19th, or. And mrs. We. E. Davis who also spent the week end. Covers were Laid for twelve. Mrs. John Oaks of Philadelphia spent last week with her daughter mrs. John Hargrave. Mrs. Oakes cigarette to Seal in the delicious Burley tobacco flavor. Its t wasted were mrs. Week j. Fluid Santee Ltd by / so mrs. Allen Hellings and two children. All of my Holly spent Hie week end with her Cousin mrs. Russel Force of 616 Pond Street. Frank Mcguire of Bogota n. J., spent several Days recently with his Uncle or. Mcguire of Penn and Pond streets. Mrs. Eva Jarvis of Berlin md., is spending a week with her daughter mrs. George Whitco of 116 Mifflin Street. Miss Mildred Silbert of Penn and Pond streets spent several Days last week with Lier Mother in Philadelphia. Mrs. Ida Slack and son of Bath Street spent tile week end with friends in Reedsburg no j. Friday of or. And mrs. H. Pursell of Radcliffe Street. Or. And mrs. Herbert Mathers of West Chester spent the week end with or. Mathers parents or. And mrs. James Mathers of Edgel it. Mis. Frank Gerhart who makes her Home with her George Ardrey of Street is spending a parents in Trenton. Or. Jonas Roberts of 500 Pond Street. Has been confined to his room for More than two weeks. Or. And mrs. Arthur Meyers and two children All of Frankford week end guests of or. And we. Smith of Pond Street. Or. William Smith of 500 Pond Street spent several Days last with his sister in Belvidere n mrs. Charles Coombs of 613 Pond Street is recovering alter an illness of two weeks. Mrs. We. Smyrl miss Verna Sil Lyrl and mrs. Lewis k. Walter who is making an extended v Isi with mrs. Smyrl expect to spend the week end with mrs. Smyrles sister mrs. Lewis k. Walter of Somerville n. Mrs. Charles Bornkessel of new York City is spending a few Days with or. And mrs. Albert Grimshaw of 931 Beaver Street. Or. And mrs. Claud Haines and son of Germantown spent the weekend with her parents or. And mis. R. Hendricks of 611 Cedar Street. Miss Alice r. Gallagher of 701 Pine Street left on Friday last to spend the summer in Montreal it Armada with her Friend miss Anastasia Motz formerly of Bristol. Miss Mary Flake of 622 Cedar Street spent the friends in Florence or. William Morris of Tampico and mrs. A. Morris of Philadelphia were week end guests with or. Risks aunt mrs. Fallen Corson Street. I % House dresses t t t f t f i be t ? y i vat $1 pretty Percale models in broken plaids and various checks several styles chiefly Vest effects some trimmed with frills full sizes at $1.00 a neat Model with Square and round neck trimmed six Inch hem new style Belt All fast colors size 38 to 44, special Price $1.39 j v f v t v i i j t t i week end n. With Best Chance in four years to get Good towels Bath Towel the Nice Good size ones mostly All White and thick enough for energetic rub Downs after swin at.39c Menarde and Kabo corsets $2. Of regularly $3.00 a Low bust Model and a topless Model both of firm Dainty White and Pink Coutil sizes and lines adapted to the slender and average figure size 18 to 30. Mor of 62s a a a a a a a a a a a x x t a t Rexall sunburn and freckle lotion a regular 25c. Bottle a 1 special 19c. Miss Sadie Mentzel and miss Millie Kate Mccomb both of Hickory n. C., Are spending a week with mrs. Be it ill Douglass of Dorrance Street. The Young ladies Are on their Way to Cornell University where they expect to take one of tilt1 summer courses took in the entertainment of the open 9 a Chautauqua while Here. Or. And mrs. George Johnson and two children have moved from 913 mansion Street to new York City. Miss Mary Annita Haney of 915 mansion Street Lias returned from a visit with relatives in Lambert Ville n. Or. And mrs. Michael Voelger and two children la gently of 90.8 Pond Street have gone to make their Home in new York City. The sewing class of St. James choir held a social meeting last tuesday evening. June 14th, at the Home of miss Sadie Burton Wood of Beaver Street. Newton Mccausland formerly of Bristol was the overnight guest last photographs that please the Nichols studio open 9 a. Rn., 6 p. In. Appointments Day or night. We photograph anything anywhere anytime except sunday 123 Mill Street. Bristol. A. R. R. Pearson phone 74m Bristol a. F j store closed wednesday afternoon and even t t my june july and August x t a a a a a a a a a a a by a a a a a a a a a a Ltd a a a a a Nill Inre r a Rny -.�?��?. W 1_____ it to i i 4 Canoe to hire by the Hoar or Day phone 26 or Call at 621 Cedar Street i George Molden i i i a i a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a f a i a graduate embalmer and funeral director Auto service 542 Bath Street Bristol a. Phone 322 t x a a a a a a a a a a a real estate insurance we Issue Bonds and write insurance covering the following lines fire 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. X x a a a Martin s drug store a x 213 Radcliffe Street x 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 x x a a a a Frog her it it Tuii if a to if 4 i $15 per ton for stove. Egg and Chestnut Coal pea Coal $13 i our chief it it x la asset i i a a a a a a a a a a a ii ii it ? ii i 4 a a amp delivery a these prices for Cash within ten Day of i Irwin a Coal Yard the Yard that gives you 2240 lbs. To the ton. A pcs it it a Jinow that Spring has opened with its added warmth and Sunshine the necessity for a Nice services a becomes More pressing. For this season let your iceman be m. R. Naylor j waste of printers Ink for us. Our advertisements have tin ring of truth to the Public. When we Tell you. That we Are retailing menus and youths suits at $18.00 for which we paid $2 6.00 last year and boys suits at $6.90 $7.90, 8.90 that you could not duplicate elsewhere for one third More our customers know that there is no waste of Money on their part by patronizing our store that was one of the first to assist to Fet in line with reconstruction of Normal times prices by the to dump High Wayside and to give customers a Chance to dress right at the right prices. Last year while the Peak of Thierh prices were dominating. Noah was not living to warn us to get on the Ark of safety and our Medicine must still to taken to assist the rest of Mankind to bring the world Back to normalcy. Printers Are wanted to Herald Low prices throughout the land to stimulate buying set the wheels of Industry in motion to create work for our working people and Start Prosperity. To accomplish this needs printers Ink Adler Clothier Forrest Block Bristol a la is is ii of of is of of of is of of of of of of of of is of of xxx of of ii of xxx x colonial ice Cream 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 colonial Cream maybe had at the following places 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 m Ood and Washington streets Charles Finney we no so Nocita Wood St. Next c colonial theatre Martins drug store Radcliffe Street Harry Strauss Pond Street h. So hem Eley Bath Street Tony Ragno Lincoln Avenue e. Tryon Croydon John Shire 502 Jefferson Avenue mrs. Coyle Buckley Street Pond and Lafayette streets try the new flavor Orange pineapple attractive territory open for new agencies Tracy amp Baker Harriman Bristol

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