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Bristol Bucks County Independent (Newspaper) - May 5, 1921, Bristol, Pennsylvania
Bucks county Independent Bristol. Pa., Friday May g. 1921. Columbia records 85 cents chit Chat by miss Esther Lawrence it t my Mammy Fox Trot jaz Arbuita Orch. A to a i of Medley one step Happy six a Siam soon song Fox Trot Happy six and Many other new records Columbia Graf Anolas now greatly reduced in Price see them. Louis dries Mill and Pond streets Bristol a. A for of ref 3.4. 3 it it it Iii it o it 4 4 k 4 it 4 ii 0 1 4 4 it a ? t f x photographs that please is the product of Bristol s new studio children s portraiture a specially i v see samples in display cases walk in i and right upstairs. % i remember we photograph anything anywhere anytime except sunday the Nichols studio v t Over the Wright pharmacy i 123 Mill Street Bristol a. A j sunday is mothers Day ii Wear a Carnation As an open declaration of your love and admiration for your it Mother. Send her Flowers if your dear one lives at a distance Siks give us your order and we will Forward it by Telegraph. Mrs. Q. Laucirica of Germantown spent several Days this week As the guest of mrs. Janies Thompson of Bath Street. Mrs. Laucirica has twice been a resident of Bristol and was at one time organist of the Bristol Baptist Church. On sunday last misses Frances Singley Beulah Stackhouse Helen Appleton and Carlie Kapp messes. Russell Johnson John Burton Wood Norman Hetherington and Harold Leech nor All of Bristol visited miss Anna is Agley of Riverton miss Laura Pope and miss Jennie Chambers left Bristol on tuesday to make an extended visit till miss Popes sister at Pottstown. Misses Mary and Louise Swain left Bristol on tuesday to occupy for the month of May their cottage at Spring Lake n. Mrs. Katherine Robbins of Montclair n. J., is spending a week with mrs. Ernest Lawrence of 338 Radcliffe Street. Or. And mrs. Mal Pas Ardrey and two children Are spending several Days in Germantown As guests of mrs. Ardrey a sister. Mrs. Robert Rue of 930 mansion Street is spending several Days this week with her sister mrs. A. C. Jones of Delanco formerly of Brin Tol. Or. And mrs. Harold Wollard of Philadelphia spent the week end with hts aunt mrs. Harry Carter of 806 mansion Street. Or. And mrs. G. B. West have recently had a letter from their son Glenn who is stationed on the great lakes in one of the electrical train ing schools. Glenn Lias been there since january 3rd, and writes that he is much interested Iii the electrical radio research. He Speaks of a recent storm As being the greatest he Ever experienced. Miss Rose Moser of Trenton spent the week end with mrs. Horace Rue of Jefferson Avenue. Or. Walter Rue who makes his Home with his brother Horace Rue Lias recovered from an attack of rheumatism. Miss Freda Hannabery and miss May Belle Wassner both of Trenton spent the week end with mrs. Pm l. Reading of 810 Jefferson Avenue. The mite society of the Baptist Church were entertained on tuesday evening by mrs. Ella Worthington at the Home of mrs. Richard Myers 147 Otter Street. Or. And mrs. John a vegan of 907 mansion Street have returned from a weeks visit with relatives in Bayonne n. Horace vertices of Trenton spent three Days last week with his aunt mrs. In Rue of 82 4 Jefferson Avenue. Miss Marian Minster of North Philadelphia was the week end guest of miss Adele Myers of 147 Otter Street. Miss Mabel Thompson laughter of or. And mrs. Charles Thompson of Bath Street spent the week end at Home. Miss Thompson is a student at West Chester Normal and expects to graduate in june. Miss Rose Ginley of the staff of nurses of St. Francis Hospital Tren ton was a recent guest of mrs. Thomas Doron of Beaver Street. Mrs. Harvey j. Phillips of Oak port ii formerly of Bristol and known Here As miss Ethel Schaeffer new size package Lucky strike to cigarettes for to cts Handy and convenient try them. Dealers now carry both sizes to for to cts 20 for 20 cts. Its toasted j5 Utz i is spending a month with erns or. And mrs. John of 536 Swain Street. Her Par Shaeffer or. And mrs. G. B. West and son. Have moved from Harrison Street to 241 Madison Street Harriman. Or. Jonas Roberts father of mrs. William Smith of 500 Pond Street celebrated his 88th birthday on May 3rd. An extra Fine supper including the birthday cake was prepared in Honor of the event. Mrs. Howard purse i and miss Lucy Lou Der Bough were recent dinner guests of mrs. A. S. Wilson of Trenton formerly of Bristol. Or. And mrs. William King or. And mrs. Arthur Seei Ert All of Edge by. Were delegates to the reception held on monday by Bishop and mrs. Rhinelander to the vestry men and their wives of the diocese. Miss Elizabeth Crichton and mrs. Annie Groom attended on thursday the two Sessons of the annual missionary meeting of Philadelphia North presbyterian society at Norristown. Miss Mildred Silbert miss in the Cole miss Jeanette Silbert miss Marian Smith miss Mildred chef Fey Joseph Hussey. Lewis Meyer and Adolph Ancker attended Tho dance on Friday evening Given by the rider College at Trenton. Or. And mrs. William Mcmullin and family All of Philadelphia have returned to their Home Atter a visit of several Days with or. Mcmullens brother Harry Mcmullen. Or. W. G. Fischer and family recently of 346 Jackson Street Harriman have moved to Franklinville n. Or. Frank Nichols and family late of 330 Hayes Street Harriman Are occupying the Titus property in Pine Grove. Win. Beaumont has accepted a Princeton Mills Iii of Garden Street position in the Trenton n. Or. And mrs. Edward Hendricks of Burlington were week end guests of Vyt j. C. Schmidt greenhouses Otter and Maple Street phone 76 Bristol. A. It 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 t t i i t i1 t he $ lib ill a ice serviced i by i it it it i v ii ii t 4 4 44 it it it it it it it ? it it service motor delivery sunday delivery Samuel Cummons amp Callahan Charles men no delays 330 Wood Street 2 i Lloyd loom Woven baby i carriages the limousine of baby Dom reasonable in Price at Spencer amp sons new and up to Date furniture 208 Mill Street Bristol a. You la love it too the Plaza there is no denying that women know style when they see it. The fact that most women Are aware of a a what so what makes each eager to possess apparel that radiates style distinction. Of or. And mrs. R. Hendricks of 611 Cedar Street. Or. Howard Mcmullen of Tho transport Cambria left Hoboken yesterday afternoon for Antwerp Belgium. Mrs. Charles Wilson and laughter Elvira both of North Glenside were week end guests of mrs. Owen Evans of 241 Radcliffe Street. Or. And mrs. Clarence Glover and son All of Blackwood n. J., were week end guests with or. And mrs. L. Bevan of Don Alice streets. Or. And mrs. Hugh Mcgee and son of Mill Street spent the weekend with mrs. Mcgee a sister in Philadelphia. Or. And mrs. John Pelt lie of Paterson n. J., were tile week end guests of or. And mrs. William Boyd of 925 Beaver Street. Or. Francis Buzzard and miss Marian Albertson both of Philadelphia were sunday guests of or. And mrs. Harry Clayton of 2 02 Mill Street. Miss Alice Hussey is expected Home today after a stay of nine weeks in Atlantic City. Or. And mrs. Charles Smith of Frankford will spend the week end with or. Smiths sister mrs. William Smith of 500 Pond Street. Harry ii. Benfer of Elkins Park spent the week end with his brother and sister at 502 Pond Street. James it. White was also a weekend guest of mrs. S. T. Wright and her brother. Mrs. Wright returned on saturday from a ten Days trip to Oak Lane. Ellen the daughter of or. And mrs. Lovett Leigh of Tullytown. Who was operated on in the Harriman Hospital last week for appendicitis is improving. Miss Margaret Porter of Philadelphia who has recovered from a severe illness will be the week end guest of miss Adelia Wright of Wood Street. A a a a a i Vav a a a slip ova j i cloths for children i t in 8 styles Light and dark colors sizes i to 6 years at f $1.oo i girls slip ova aprons something new sizes i to 6 years at 59c a t a i the lady York silk Chemise Pink Only sizes 38 to 46 $3.95 value at $1.95 j f f t i i j r. R. Pearson i phone 74m Bristol a. I f t i 1921 new Low prices 1920 now $1.90 1920 Kaki Union suits $5.00. .1921 now $2.75 1920 Blue working shirts $1.50. .1921 now .75 1920 Blue working shirts. $1.75. Now $1.00 1920 Black working shirt. $1.75.1921 now $1.00 1920 Khaki working shirts. $1.75.1921 now $1.00 1920 Jap kid Union suits $1.50. .1921 now .95 1920 Marko Union suits. $1.25. .1921 now. .75 1920 menus dress shirts. $1.75. .1921 now $1.00 1920 menus dress shirts $2.50. .1921 now $1.50 192 0 silk striped $5.00.1921 now $2.90 Adler Clothier and furnished Forrest Block store closes wed a Days at 6 of clock we Are showing the new Plaza in Brown suede at $6.00 $9.00 value two strap French Heel Frank Green 308 Mill Street Bristol shoes of Thebes terrass is Siss is is a miss is is is is is is is xxx Jet is is is is a a is xxx my. Xxx my my xxx is is sex Marn a is is is is is is is is is is is is is is ii is have you sampled our Manila cigars yet the reputation of the United Cigar stores is behind the Flor de Isabella Brand of Manila cigars. An unusual mild and pleasing smoke which has found great favor with smokers throughout the country. 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