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Bristol Bucks County Independent (Newspaper) - May 6, 1921, Bristol, Pennsylvania V a i Quot Jig Murii a a a a a a paper of tue people. E. J. Warren manager and editor. Member Bristol business men s association. To Radcliffe Street published every Friday at Bristol fa., by e. Jwarren inc. Subscription rates-5 cents the copy. $l25 per year. Awaiting preliminary examination a. B. Entered at the Bristol Post office As second class matter. Application for Union Idabel 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 s a making the Sun Shine every where. A James Whitcomb county Independent. Bristol. A. Friday. May 6. 1921. Length in its surface 10 a equivalent to the possible the lots Are pm 300 get this Beine Quot a a die taking use a Ricroft Copic Lens in the the the projecting machine will $25, As against the phone Story rung that Cost the Home owner about seed Quot to wan r?0re, if Quot 1 the a a my vie rec0rd8�?� Are sex Deroui a i i a or Ehk there May be won having Thv-1 l tif h in the idea with millions of people palaces a Lovies Kent in rather than going out to the Brin t hink of what a Boon this invention will As a n a ou8and8 of peaces where there is no such thing As a nearby movie show. To it/1 time May come 150011 when Ono can Send Willie for a it drug 8tore to buy or rent a Mary pick d Ial a Chaplin or a fatty Arbuckle with the ass France Kat Bill will be filled As if he were seat for an ice Cream soda. Polygamy made easy Gingham bathing suits you have a cold a in a of retail laxative Gingham bathing suits for there. cd or now Tablet. latest wrinkle showing in Lorse aspirin i. D. Us the re., York. My in Coin Cornwell Heights a number of residents from attended a banquet of the horse men s association at Somerton last take a a Money Back guar the checked fabric have thursday even no those who mad so us. Bead you will a a touch thai dealers say til Quot a a the trip by Auto from Here were. An tee that Man. Woman or1 Nien i them. Messes. Ralph Simons Charles Jenks be convinced that chances w. Lerhman. George Lyons. Harry Chilli can afford to Quch an of and James Davison Reed Macveigh Aud neglect a thorough and William states. Festive remedy at act so tip Usset Christian Lozier the War Veteran Lyv quickly and a 0ktained at who was suddenly stricken with ill a discomfort is 80 was y a Ness Here last week and taken to Small Cost. 0�, to the county Hospital died in that in-1 then put the ques. R i St i til by on Friday last. Yourself. Why take a Chance of to clean up week has been in full ing without this Sale Handy swing throughout the Village this lion when you can keep week resulting in Yards being put and ready to meet any s in spick and Span order rubbish and if you cough you. Tin cans was put into receptacles on retail Cherryin a Lai the sidewalks and then moved to the cough syrup very soothing Timp under the direction of to the irritated mucous e. E. Ely j. A. Smythe and Charles branes it relieves soreness Ann an. Ii. Jenks. You in throwing off the phlegm. Of the i he majority of the bathing suits shown of course Are the old fashioned taffeta and Satin types. Dealers predict a big demand this reason for one piece suits owing to Hie growing inclination of Milady to do her bathing in fhe water instead of along its Edge. I mrs. John if. Vandegrift of the Vern Chest is sore yera say that it May be impossible to convict half Way House w to has been 1 quo quite ill during the past two weeks. Your Chest and lungs Are Sor. Better skip Germany the steamships bound for Europe Are crowded w Ith americans starting on a Continental tour Many of them no doubt desiring to visit Germany which especially the trip on the historic Rhine with its hoary castles ant fringe of luxuriant vineyards has from immemorial time been a favorite one with tourists of All nations. But it will be Wise for americans on pleasure Bent to skip Germany for a while. A great change has been brought by the late War in the feelings of that people towards our own which not even the lure of 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 on the part of the teutonic races of All classes was demonstrated by the rude attack made on a party of our people who happened to he at Potsdam last tuesday when the obsequies of the late Empress of Prussia were in Progress and at which generals von Hindenburg and Lind Endorf the chief commanders of 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 on the part of the populace of the German capital towards americans was typical of that of practically the entire people of Germany without respect of classes As the rabble of the streets were responsible for it while the great Assembly of former prussian Nobles who were in attendance did not participate. Therefore we repeat Raineri cans who propose to make a Holiday tour of Europe in Hie 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 of the participants believing the group they attacked were French while others held them to be Amel leans. Germany May be Short of Cash credit and Good Faith. But she is certainly Long in self assertive insolence and a craving for revenge on the nations which had the audacity to Challenge her assertion of the right to dominate the entire world. Is still confined to her room with feel tight. This condition is Keno Little improvement from the Fili ally treated with retail Bron a a directly to Erib Quot re mormon Andrews of bigamy although he mar gives am Kepl them both in the same House. F Inman yemeni if h i prov a i a i nut lit to improve a it. Ii Vuht i n a it a a a a a in 1014 Ndrews married his first wife in Maine serious attack she was afflicted with. A trial Salve applied directly to t and his second life in Connecticut in 1921. Miss Alice Cornell of Bensalem c placing a hot flannel f p1 i 1 k a night. One Joes self keep has been spending several weeks eng. These remedies in your Medicine w Ith his parents at Mur Feesburg. Chest and using when first symptoms returned to his Home at the half-j0f a Coj it appear. _ Way House this week. Of us a Box of these cold Tab lets today. Take hem according to directions the a charge of bigamy can be pressed Only by the state Avenue and the Boulevard. Holmes an i Ira ins it on o or night. In which bigamy wan committal a i a. I Burg has been the guest of her Sis or to thorough applications Dot a a statute i c ,mmi"e�?~1 an<1 Connecticut has ter is. this week. Cd work. You will save yours oat nolds that a bigamy has not been legally or. Russell Swartzwelder who of my time and Money by key him i 111 la t. ,. Ile committed unless a bigamous marriage has been consummated Witlin Connecticut. As As Connecticut is concerned Andrews has Only one wife the one he Martin d in that state. True Connecticut has issued a pram charging Andrews with bigamy and perjury but lawyers say that the bigamy charge won t hold. This situation again shows the need of uniform marriage divorce and bigamy Laws in the various states. Th4 divorce evil is a National american disgrace and it is getting worse every year. Something should be done to Impi Ess the free love tendency that is becoming altogether too pronounced Iii this country. The simple Home the american people have always been pleased to think that their great president Abraham Lincoln Inee lived in a log Cabin. It also pleases them that i resident Harding dwelt for a time in a simple Little Dory and a half cottage. It was so Benall that it had Only two windows in its frontage one on the first floor and one in the Gable above. Just about the same Little kind of Shack that Many Plain people use now at rustic summer resorts. And then there s 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 a rom these simple beginnings proves that democracy is a real thing in this country. A great Many of the men who were born in handsome Homes have come out Fine Fellows who have been simple and a ostentatious. But it is a safeguard of our institutions that so Many if our pubic men have climbed from Small beginnings. They know what it is to work for a foothold in life. Their experience will make them sympathetic with struggling people. Not a total stranger Charley Smith who used to tamp ties on the Kearney Section was summoned As a witness at an inquest. He had been cautioned that he must be very exact Iii his statements. A was the deceased a total Stran Nio ment the first symptoms appear and you will obtain real Relief. We guarantee them. _ a Emlen Martin drugs the retail store Radcliffe Street. Bristol a. Tel. 213-w. Ful. The May offerings Are particularly pleasing and tune a if make your selections while our new list is completed at least come in and hear them played. V Winterstein Victrola and Victor records exclusively 209 Radcliffe Street Bristol a. I 213 Ger asked the Coroner. What Good did it do him a merchant was recently Persuad after duly pondering the question. He replied a the was what i should. Call a partial cd to Purchase an excellent Parrot. A either you knew him or you did this one had travelled and con it not a said the Coroner sternly. Haywood True to form to a big Bluff Haywood has proved himself a cur i he end. On april la the United Stites supreme court refused to review the casts of tile i. Members who were found guilty by Illinois courts of obstructing the government s War activities and Haywood along with the others was to surrender himself next monday for Lese tence. But the Leader of the i. W., when face to face with the punishment that was due him jumps his Hail of $20,000 that was put up by friends and has fled to Russia. It is admitted that Haywood s flight has Hurt the cause with which he always claimed to be so deeply concerned. A representative of the american civil liberties Union states that the effect on All other i. Cases la bound to be bad. Moreover his action is at variance with the whole policy of i. Defendants. No i. A. Ever left the country under similar circumstances before. It is almost a religious Creed with them to appear in court when demanded. Big Bill s defection is due to his interest in communism. He had called himself a communist in Public recently. The effect on amnesty petitions for i. Members is Likely to be had also. I Hus does Haywood Brave and blatant w Hen danger was absent prove himself a Coward and an ingrate when the storm gathers. There Are two views to take of ii is flight to Russia. Technically he should have been punished by the country that he spent Vears in trying to injure crowning his traitorous work by interfering with the nation s conduct of the War when it was fighting for its life with a powerful foe. But Haywood belongs in Russia along with Berk Man and Goldman Anc All other enemies of the Good old u. S. A. Amel Ica ought to be a better and a sweeter place in which to live with no Quot Bill Quot Haywood Here to pollute the land with i presence and his diabolical philosophy. Will we have 1913 prices Many a corporation would gladly give a million dollars if they knew when prices will Stop falling Down the elevator Shaft. The National Bank of Commerce and several other leading batiks think we Are going Hack to 1913 prices. Another school of economists headed by Halbert i. Gillette editor of engineering and contracting thinks no n Quot be co per cent higher than .1 j a both May be right. That i prices might slump to the ibi., basis and then recover co per Cen. Wholesale paces began falling in Mav it it I Aye it car. Several Organ a Tom keep an Index of average pm aces. The average l9,v n i Quot a u 0n y 30 cent. Above the Cline 1913 us it \ of the Avra a monthly de Cline 1913 wholesale prices would a reached june i 1921, according to by july i 1921. According Board s Index july 15. 1921, according to the labor statistics covering who articles oct. I. 1921, according to Dun the importance of these i i streets Index the Federal Reserve aiding the postal service do you let your bigness 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 of 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 of clock p. M. It s Tho 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 Rains 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. A there is no such thing As a partial he answered. A i done to know How else to describe him. He was a one legged Pacific family bulletin. It might be Well to Call the attention of Congress to the pressing need of passing a Law to strictly enforce prohibition among the prohibition enforcement Orleans states. Jabber in several foreign Lingoes. Ordered it sent Home. That same Day his wife had ordered a lies i Spring Chicken for dinner. On leaving the House she said to the Cook a Mary there a a Bird coining for dinner. Wring its neck and have it Fried hot for or. Richards when he a gets unfortunately the Parrot arrived first and Mary followed instructions. At dinner he was duly served. A a what a this a exclaimed or. Richards. Mary told him. A but for goodness Sake. Mary. Lie said a this is awful. That Bird could speak seven a a then Hwy the Devil did no the say something a asked of the american medical association. Tors menus suits dry cleaned $1.50 j suits dyed $3.50 \ ladies j suits dry cleaned $2.50 a suits dyed $3.50 \ Auto Calls and delivers j. G. Patton limitation of armaments president Harding a message is Clear As to armaments. The administration is committed to All possible reductions both in capital expenditure and Iii 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 a to take into account americans great Seaboard anti Inland posses Sions and adequate Protection for its Trade routes. Just received Large assortment of hats $2 to $5 get ready for clean up week clean and freshen your Home a i t h blight new wallpaper. Have this work done by one who knows How. I will gladly submit samples and estimates. A a i dyers and cleaners since 1870 Bristol Philadelphia Harriman tel 134 tel Dick. 5960 tel. 319 firepr00h Manning a storage warehouses with the new fire proof warehouse we now have greater storage facilities of that character than will be found in this Section for Miles around. Crating packing and shipping a. V. Manning s sons warehouses 22 s. Broad st., Trenton one idea of sarcasm is to have the government propose a sales tax on 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 of Rumania is coming to America to see the cowboys and boy Page Bill Hart anti dig up a Redskin some place mrs. Ada b. Sands i 223 Mill Street Hyman Marks Pond amp w Ashington i streets there Are worse things than going to school these Nice Spring Days but you done to notice them until you be grow n up. If that c. Of i. Keeps on dropping we May find the five cent piece of use again in shopping expeditions. Write your worries Down in a notebook them for Light Reading a year or two hence. And save heroic deeds Are never As Good As warranty deed when it comes to borrowing Money on them. It might occur to Holland that Bill 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 doing things to boast of what they Are going to do. U. S. Bureau of ale prices of 300 commodity Index. Leins use i in adjusting wage a has j Mig wage disputes anti in Avine the time for the resumption of Normal i t. Branches of Trade. Correct or no t Quot t most reliable authorities available movies in your Home soon you May have movies Inin your own Home. The invention of a moving picture. H sit it use has been announced by the use of w hich movie picture ,. A a.4 quotes May be shown on a screen in the Home just As easily a a. Quot 448 records Are played on the phonograph. The claim is made hat a l2-Iuch a lbs Ca Rufi census Bureau reports that illiteracy is decreasing probably the result of spelling out titles in the movies. You la never be Luck if you have the idea that Luck is against you. Returned to Switzerland Charles might get a Job As a Hole in a Swiss cheese. No doubt old Job. The first ultimate consumer a patient we Are Lucky that Colombia Isnit asking compound interest on that $25,000,000. A assistant government lobby Rule. Is merely another name for what has become of the old fashioned about the Kaiser news Story immediate delivery of lumber of 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. Etna Auto touring service wherever you Nuy travel you will find no Yetna Auto agent ready and eager to give every assistance in his Power to any Motorist protect re by Yetna Auto insurance. Once you have Raj Jordrd your Accident or loss to Hun your troubles Arr Over a will shoulder All re by it Risi vilify look after your t in Jas and interests and Jet or you free to go on your saved from All annoyance and a Lay. We will tie glad i a la a Yyi the ttdvuij5 til to a a i Itu Kuzmi it a a c Ary Lima Abb it a a James f. Blanc he Ever think of this someone saves every cent you spend. Why done to you get the interest on this Money invest in cumulative preferred Stock of East Pennsylvania Gas amp electric company you get 7.35 per cent an every Dollar you save. Ask any employee. Benj t a it a t. La lid fit w j325 Radcliffe to j fast Pennsylvania has amp la citric o., Bristol a. Send me i information silent Quot i Yoni customer partnership plan 2 details of easy payment plan. Address name

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