Bristol Bucks County Independent in Bristol, Pennsylvania
5 May 1921

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5 May 1921

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Bristol Bucks County Independent (Newspaper) - May 5, 1921, Bristol, Pennsylvania V Wipt if \ Fril it e. J. Warren manager and editor. Bristol business menus association. Member published every Friday at 110 Radcliffe Street Bristol pa., by e. Jwarren inc. Rates�?5 cents the copy subscription $1.25 per year. Awaiting preliminary examination a. B. A entered at the Bristol Post office As second class matter. Application for Union Label pending Friday May 6, 1921 whatever the weather May be says he whatever the weather May be tis the song be sing and the smiles be Wear. That a a making the Sun Shine every where. A James Whitcomb Riley. Enough pictures length the its surface to be equivalent to the possible to rough it 1 Al my "0� fact this being trough the use the Bucks county Independent. Bristol a Friday. May 6. 1921. You have a cold taking. The Story Cost the Home graphs $100 microscopic Lens made in the ions that the projecting machine will owner about $25, As against the phone petted to retail Zzz a a movie recor<l8�?� Are sex Kerful Nasau a i a Ollar less. There May be won having thai Ules m the id fear with millions people Zzz Selt in rather than bring to what a Boon this invention will g to thousands places As a nearby movie show. To the tune 1hay Como soon when one can Send Willie Ford n st0re to buy rent a Mary pick Samo no Ai u 5iapiin a fatty Arbuckle with the Seni s dance that the Bill will be filled As if he were for an ice Cream soda. Where there is no such thing better skip Germany the steamships bound for Europe Are crowded with americans starting a Continental tour Many them 110 doubt desiring to visit Germany which especially the trip the historic Rhine with its hoary castles and fringe luxuriant vineyards has from immemorial time Lieen a favorite one with tourists All nations. But it will be Wise for americans pleasure Bent to skip Germany for a while. A great change has been brought by the late War in the feelings that people towards our own which not even the lure the almighty Dollar with which americans have always paved their Way through Europe with unparalleled lavishness seems powerless just now to alter. The resentment towards americans the part the teutonic races All classes was demonstrated by the rude attack made a party our people who happened to be at Potsdam last tuesday when the obsequies the late Empress Prussia were in Progress and at which generals von Hindenburg and Lind Endorf the chief commanders the German armies in the late War. Were Given ovations which showed that they Are still popular idols in that country. There can be no doubt that this resentment the part the populace the German capital towards americans was typical that practically the entire people Germany without respect classes As the rabble the streets were responsible for it while the great Assembly former prussian Nobles who were in attendance did not participate. Therefore we repeat americans who propose to make a Holiday tour Europe in Ilie coming summer had Best give Germany a wide berth until this animosity has had further time to Abate. This demonstration in fact seemed to be directed against All a foreigners a some the participants believing the group they attacked were French while others held them to be americans. Germany May be Short Cash credit and Good Faith. But she is certainly Long in self assertive insolence and a craving for revenge the nations which had the audacity to Challenge her assertion the right to dominate the entire world. Haywood True to form a big Bluff Haywood has proved himself a cur to the end. On april 11 the United states supreme court refused to review the cases the 1. Members who were found guilty by Illinois courts obstructing the governments War activities and Haywood along with the others was to surrender himself next monday for a sentence. But the Leader the i. W., when face to lace with the punishment that was due him jumps his Hail $20,000 that Wras put up by friends and has fled to Russia. It is admitted that Haywood a flight has Hurt the cause with which he always claimed to be so deeply concerned. A representative the american civil liberties Union states thai the effect All other i. Cases is bound to be bad. Moreover his action is at variance with the whole policy i. Defendants. No i. Ever left the country under similar circumstances before. It is almost a religious Creed with them to appear in court when demanded. Big Bill a defection is due to his interest in communism. He had called himself a communist in Public recently. The effect amnesty petitions for i. Members is Likely to be bad also. Thus does Haywood Brave and blatant when danger was absent prove himself a Coward and an ingrate when the storm gathers. There Are two views to take his flight to Russia. Technically he should have been punished by the country that he spent years in trying to injure crowning his traitorous work by interfering with the nations conduct the War when it was fighting for its life with a powerful foe. But Haywood belongs in Russia along with Berkman and Goldman Ana All other enemies the Good old u. S. A. America ought to be a better and a sweeter place in which to live with no a a Bill Haywood Here to pollute it. Land with his presence and his diabolical philosophy. Will we have 1913 prices Many a corporation would gladly dollars if they knew when prices will the elevator Shaft. Give a million Stop falling Down the National Bank Commerce Ami several other a a Quot a Ballkee think we Are going Hack to 1913 prices. Another school economists headed by Halbert , editor engineering and contracting thinks that Hie new Price level will be 60 per cent High 1915. Ier than 1 he both May be right. In in l is i ices might slump to Izlo Huss and then a Triimar. J per cent wholesale prices began falling in fave let. I May last year. Several organizations keep an Index average a \ average prices. The average wholesale prices now is Only 30 1913 level. On the basis him Riino 101a xxx \ 1 10 average monthly decline 191. Wholesale prices would be june 1, 1921, according july 1. 1921, according to the Federal Reserve boards Index Leral Reserve per cent above the a rage m reached to Bra 1 Index july 15, 1921, according to the labor statistics covering articles oct. 1, 1921, according to Diin a the importance these a a Ltd a a laity a Dex being used in adjusting wage do sent 7 time for the resumption Nom Quot Quot branches Trade. Correct a ? Many most reliable authorities available 7 from 0,6 u. S. Bureau wholesale prices 300 movies in your Home soon you May have movies in no. ,. Ie8 in your own Home. The i Jtb r a topic Quot re it list has he u announced screen in the z May be shown screen in the Home just As easily As the phonograph. The claim is made that a 19 1 a 12-Inch disc carries a records Are played polygamy made easy u adv Eis say that May be impossible to convict a. Non Andrews bigamy although he mar in m wet a ves an i kept them both in the same House in 1019 sey Andrews married his first wife in Maine and his second wife in Connecticut in 1921. Charge bigamy can be pressed Only by the state w Ich bigamy was committed. And Connecticut has a statute that holds that a bigamy has not been legally committed unless a bigamous marriage has been consummated within Connecticut. As far As Connecticut is concerned Andrews has Only one wife the one he marred in that state. True Connecticut has issued a warrant charging Andrews with bigamy and perjury but awyers say that the bigamy charge wont hold. This situation again shows the need uniform marriage divorce and bigamy Laws in the various states. The divorce evil is a National american disgrace and it is getting worse every year. Something should be done to ice less the free love tendency that is becoming altogether too pronounced in this Cornwell Heights a number residents from Here Purchase a by a Besne Tabatt spirit u. D up doses and note the re attended a banquet the horse n a note the re menus association at Somerton last take a few doses ant Shnek guar thursday evening. Those who made suits. Read the Mono you will the trip by Auto from Here were Santee that is every w a messes. Ralph Simons Charles Jenks be convinced that no m a a palaces w. Lerhman George Lyons. Harry child can afford to a and James Davison Reed Macveigh j and neglect a cold inc. A t and William states. Gingham bathing suits Gingham bathing suits for worn its the latest wrinkle show new York. The checked fabric have by touch that dealers Ray mend them. My in a spright Quot ill com the majority the bathing suits shown course Are the old fashioned taffeta and Satin types. Dealers predict a big demand this season for one piece suits owing to the growing inclination Milady to do her bathing in who water instead along its Edge. Christian Lozier the War Veteran who was suddenly stricken with illness Here last week and taken to the county Hospital died in that institution Friday last. Clean up week has been in full swing throughout the Village this week resulting in Yards being put in spick and Span order rubbish and tin cans was put into receptacles the sidewalks and then moved to the dump under the direction messes. Festive remedy that and naturally without easily obtained at so is country. The the simple Home american people have always been pleased to think that their great president Abraham Lincoln once lived in a log Cabin. It also pleases them that i resident Harding dwelt for a time in a simple Little Story and a half cottage. It was so Small that it had Only two windows in its frontage one the first floor and one in the Gable above. Just about the same Little kind Shack that Many Plain people use now7 a rustic summer resorts. And then there a Calvin Coolidge too. His unpretentious Home in Massachusetts is already a household word. A Public Man gains no added virture from this Plain Start. But the fact that so Many have risen from these simple beginnings proves that democracy is a real thing in this country. A great Many the men who were born in handsome Homes have come out line Fellows who have been simple and a ostentatious. But it is a safeguard our institutions that so Many our pubic men have climbed from Small beginnings. 1 hey know what it is to work for a foothold in life. Their experience will make them sympathetic with struggling people. Aiding the postal service do you let your busness letters pile up during the Day and then dump them into the mail boxes around 5 in the afternoon if so you Are helping delay the delivery mails by 12 hours according to Post office officials. In Chicago for instance More than 1,500,000 letters Are mailed Between 5 and 6 clock p. M. Its the same Story in every town. The Post office a a Sorters Are bound to get behind schedule if a whole Days work floods them in one hour. Then too evening mail trains Are overcrowded while morning and afternoon trains carry Little mail. Make those Early trains with your letters by posting your mailing throughout the Day and help the Post office give you Quick service. Limitation armaments president Harding a message is Clear As to armaments. The administration is committed to All possible reductions both in capital expenditure and in operating expense but it is equally Clear that limitation Means proportionate limitation. That Means that this country will limit in proportion to general limitations and in such a Way As to take into account americans great Seaboard and i and possessions and adequate Protection for its Trade routes. One idea sarcasm is to have the government propose a sales tax every Purchase just at a time when an end to the so called buyers strike is so much desired by merchants and manufacturers. Queen Mary Rumania is coming to America to a see the cowboys and boy Page Bill Hart and dig tip a Redskin some place there Are worse things than going to school these Nice Spring Days but you done to notice them until you be grown up. If that c. Of five cent piece 1. Keeps dropping we May find the use again in shopping expeditions. Write your worries Down in a notebook them for Light Reading a year two hence. And save heroic deeds Are never As Good As warranty deeds when it comes to borrowing Money them. It might occur to Holland that Bill Hohenzollern would not a abuse his privileges if Given none. And sometimes when you cast your bread upon the Waters it comes Back buttered. There Are men too Busy what they Are going to do. Doing things to boast census Bureau reports that illiteracy is decreasing. Probably the result spelling out titles in the movies. Is you la never be Luck if you have the idea that Luck against you. Returned to Switzerland As a Hole in a Swiss cheese. Charles might get a Job no doubt old Job. The first ultimate consumer was patient we Are Lucky that Colombia Isnit asking compound interest that $25,000,000. A assistant government lobby Rule. Is merely another name for what has become about the Kaiser the old fashioned news Story e. E. Ely j. Ii. Jenks. Mrs. John ii. Vandegrift the half Way House who has been quite ill during the past two weeks is still confined to her room with but Little improvement from the serious attack she was afflicted with. Miss Alice Cornell Bensalem Avenue and the Boulevard Holmes Hurt has been tin guest her sister mrs. Reed Macveigh this week. Or. Russell Swartzwelder who has been spending several weeks with his parents at Mur Feesburg returned to his Home at the Ilaff Way House this week. By quickly discomfort is 8mthen�put the question squarely to yourself. Why take a Chance be Fng without this splendid it a nation when you can keep a Box Han it and ready to meet any Etc a toil you cough you will find retail Cherry bark comp Ouin cough syrup very soothing Anil Healing to the irritated a mucous Mem and aids smythe and Charles branes it relieves soreness throwing off the phlegm is sore facially Chial Salve Chest placing and leaving not a total stranger Charley Smith who used to tamp ties the Kearney Section was summoned As a witness at an inquest. He had been cautioned that he must be very exact in his statements. A was the deceased a total stranger a asked the Coroner. After duly pondering the question he replied a the was what i should Call a partial a either you knew him you did not a said the Coroner sternly. A there is no such thing As a partial a Well a he answered know How else to describe keep Medicine you in your ches1 your Chest and lungs Are sore and feel tight. This condition is Bene treated with retail Bron applied directly to the a hot flannel Over it it Over night. One two thorough applications does the work. You will save yourself suffering time and Money by ing these remedies in your Chest and using when first symptoms a cold appear. Get us a Box these cold Tab j lets today. Take them according to directions the moment the Fust j symptoms appear and you will obtain real Relief. We guarantee them. _ j Emlen Martin drugs the retail store 213 Radcliffe Street Bristol Tel. 213-w. Ful. The May offerings Are particularly pleasing and tune make your selections while our new list is completed at least come in and hear them played. V Wintersteine a victr0las and Victor records exclusively 209 Radcliffe Street Bristol a. A. What Good did it do him a merchant was recently persuaded to Purchase an excellent Parrot. This one had travelled tar and could jabber in several foreign Lingoes lie ordered it sent Home. That same i Day his w Ife had ordered a fresh a i done to Spring Chicken for dinner him. He ing the House she said to Leav tie Cook was a one legged Man civic family bulletin. Union a it might be Well to Call the attention Congress to t lie pressing need passing a Law to strictly enforce prohibition among the prohibition enforcement Orleans states. A Mary there a a Bird coming for dinner. Wring its neck and have it j Fried hot for . Richards when lie gets unfortunately the Parrot arrived first and Mary followed instructions. At dinner he was duly served. A a what a this a exclaimed . Richards. Mary told him. A but for goodness Sake Mary he said a this is awful. I hat Bird could speak seven a then Hwy the Devil did no the say something a asked the american medical association. Menus suits dry cleaned $1.50 suits dyed $3.50 ladies 1 suits dry cleaned $2.50 $ suits dyed $3.50 \ Auto Calls and delivers a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a get ready for clean up week i just received Large assortment hats $2 to $5 mrs. Ada b. Sands 223 Mill Street clean and freshen you 1 Home w i t h Bright new wallpaper. Have this work done by one who knows How. I will gladly submit samples and estimates. J. G. Patton 5 dyers and cleaners since 1870 j Bristol Philadelphia Harriman / Tel 134 Tel Dick. 5960 Tel. 319 8 a a fireproof Manning a storage warehouses with the new fire proof warehouse we now have greater storage facilities that character than will be found in this Section for Miles around. Crating packing shipping and a. V. Manning s sons warehouses 22 s. Broad st., Trenton Tea Auto touring service wherever you inny travel you will full Jetna Auto agent ready and eager to give every assistance in his Porz to any Motorist protected by Ietna Auto insurance. Once you a ivc re ported you Accident loss Colum your trouble Are Over. It will shoulder All respond ability look after you no Jucs and interests ao4 you free to go your Way saved frown nil annoyance and delay we will he Kjad i i it the b Levttia 5 t Invof a a James f. Blanche real Hyman Marks Pond amp Washington streets 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 immediate delivery lumber All kinds building hardware Mill work White yellow and North Carolina Pine Hemlock Cypress Poplar Spruce fencing flooring ceiling Sash doors frames moulding shingles laths pickets roofing and sheathing paper Felt wire fencing poultry and Mosquito wire paint Glass Putty. Leibfreid lumber Yard Otter Street phone 258 Bristol. A. Ever think this someone saves every cent you spend. Why done to you get the interest this Money invest in cumulative preferred Stock East Pennsylvania Gas amp electric company you get 7.35 per cent an every Dollar you save. Ask any employee. To it cd it f t. A them i325 Rad Jiffy a tax Rudd East Pennsylvania Gas amp electric o., Bristol a. Send me 1 information is met your customer partnership plan 2 details easy payment plan. I a. Address. Al name

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