Bristol Bucks County Independent in Bristol, Pennsylvania 7 Oct 1921
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Bristol Bucks County Independent (Newspaper) - October 7, 1921, Bristol, Pennsylvania
Bucks county Independent. Bristol. A. Friday october 7, 1921. Chit Chat by miss Esther Lawrence mrs. Earl Roth and daughter Dorothy of Ridgefield Park n. J., were the two Day guests last week of mrs. Pierre Nilis of 116 Mill Street. Or. D. A. Elias of 503 Radcliffe Street spent two Days last week in Scranton looking after business. Or v. V. Vansant of 007 Rad Cliffe Street has returned from a two weeks business trip to Pittsburg. George Thomas and Jason Nie Meyer of Scranton spent two Days last week As the guest of or. Thomas Uncle or. 1. A. Elias. Both Young men Are now students at the i University of Pennsylvania philae Iphia. Mis. Marie Reardon of 120 it Rad Cliffe Street has resumed her work with stars and Roebuck after her usual action. Bradley Ardrey of 623 Radcliffe Street spent the week end with relatives m Haddon Heights n. Or. And mrs. Robert Ross of Pittman n. J., spent use week end with or. And mrs. George r. King of 212 Walnut Street. Miss Clara King of 24 2 Walnut Street spent the week end with friends in West Philadelphia. Miss Marian Reardon of 1200 Radcliffe Street returned to her Home on sunday after a five Days visit with relatives in new York City. Miss Mary Lynn of 1214 Radcliffe Street has accepted a position As typist and stenographer in Philadelphia. Mrs. Livingstone hitch is and son of Carlisle Are expected on wednesday next to Ltd spend i week with her sister mrs. E. G. Minster of 221 Radcliffe Street. Miss Eunice Winterstein of Radcliffe Street spent the week end in Philadelphia. Miss Pauline Winterstein of 211 Radcliffe Street spent the week end with friends in North Glenside. Ernest Lawrence of 33 8 Radcliffe Street is playing end on the scrub football team of the ii. Of p. Miss Hilda Durkin attended the masked All on saturday october 2nd, held in the Casino at Parkland or. And mrs. Harry Bibbs and four children spent the week end with i and mrs. Edward Wilkinson of i 011 Pond Street. Gregg Hibbs spent the week end with i parents. Gregg is now a student at Pennington Seminary. Fred Kring of Cedar Street is a student in the mechanical engineering department of the town scientific school of the University of Pennsylvania. Rev. And mrs. W. H. Decker and a laughter. Miss Ruth of Wilkes Barre arrived on tuesday to it spend this week with mrs. Decker s sister mrs. We. G. Buckman of 933 Radcliffe Street. Or. And mrs. William Lesselle and son of Brooklyn were week end guests of or. And mrs. N. Cooke of 1028 Radcliffe Street. Or. Girard of Trenton and miss Marian Allen were the sunday guests of or. And mrs. N. Cooke of 1028 Radcliffe Street. Russell Edwards and Ralph Ratcliffe motored with other friends to Delaware water Gap on sunday. Or. And mrs. Arthur Rowe and son or. Warren Rowe of lans Downe will arrive today to spend a he week end with or. And mrs. Joseph Wright of 2g0 Wood Street. Or. And mrs. S. Fine and mrs. Josephine Humphreys of Philadel-1 phia motored to Fortesque n. A. Where they remained for two Days fishing engaged their attention while there. Or Eugene Maitlyn of Carlisle was a week end guest of or. And mrs. E. G. Minster. Or. Anderson of Dover n. J., was in we a end guest of friends in Bristol. George Byers of Burlington Lia. I returned to his Home after spending three weeks with his grandmother mrs. Margaret Byers of 419 Rud Cliffe Street. Mrs. Charles Lapolla of 214 Market Street returned on sunday night after a visit of a week wit i relatives in new York City Albany and Saratoga. Mrs. John c. Fowler of Alden is spending several Days this week As i i it guest of or. And mrs. William Davis if 209 Cedar Street. Misses Ann Byers Ann Brennan Bess Brennan Bridget Brogan Ann Broga Katharine Brogan and Marie Strong took advantage on Sal urday last of one of the excursions to Luray Cave. Miss Adele Wright has returned to her Home on Wood Street after spending i week with friends in Philadelphia. Mrs. Louise Cornell of Bath Street is a patient in i lie Samara tan 11 capital Philadelphia. Mrs. Roy Tracy entertained card club no. 6 at her Home on Buckley str to on wednesday last. Mrs. Harry Arnold jr., was hostess on tuesday evening to card club no. 10 at its first session Foi the season. Notice this delicious flavor when you smoke Lucky strike a its sealed in by the toasting process im4 by c a our Rigi to it George j. Sheppard of 310 Dorrance Street leaves today to spend the week end with his son Harry Sheppard of Newark formerly of Bristol. James v. Archer has closed his summer Home at Maple Beach and lie and family Are again at 136 Mill Street for the Winter. Or. And mrs. Family moved from 237 Mill Street. Russel Jenks and on saturday last Street to 24 9 Wood or. And mrs. Fred Snelson and two children of Morrisville will spend the week end with or. Snelson s parents or. And mrs. Or. And mrs. Hugh Mcgee of Mill Street spent the week end with mrs. Mcgee a sister of Philadelphia. Miss Maud Kinneburgh of Pittsburg is staking an extended bit with mrs. Bingham of the methodist parsonage. Or. Wat pm m Inzer of Iroquois Falls Canada spent a few Days this week As the guest of or. And mrs. Joseph Wright of 260 Wood Street. Mrs. Lena Zangarine of Hudson mass., is expected to arrive today to spend two weeks with her daughter mis. Joseph Paone of 309 Walnut Street. Thomas St Reet. Snelson at 221 Market mrs. Robert Morrow of Darby is spending a week with mrs. Harry Goslin of 22 5 Market Street. Miss Etta Herron of 64 8 Pine Street accompanied by a number of friends spent the week end in the poconos. Sewing Circle no. 2, met on tuesday evening at the Home of mrs. David Mulholland of 315 Dorrance Street. Or. And mrs. E. H. Randolph of 231 Mckinley Street Harriman moved this week to Edgely. Or. C. Thomas Orr of Pond moved his family tuesday from Pond Street to Dorrance Street in Ili it Madden property next to George Husseyn a. Miss Catharine Roche of Linden Street spent the week end visiting relatives in Philadelphia. Or. And mrs. Alfred Hall of 644 Bath Street motored to sea Side Park on saturday to spend the week end. Or. And mrs. We. Barnhill of 718 Wood Street spent the week end with their son Robert and family of Cornwells. Miss Ila tie Randall and miss Virginia Young of Bath Street spent tie week end with friends in Tioga. Miss Catharine Cabeen of 601 Radcliffe Street has returned from a three weeks visit with relatives in new York City and Westfield n. mrs. Charles Hoag of Philadelphia sent the week end with mrs. Fannie Wright of 502 Pond Street. mrs. A. Dye of Monmouth Junction is spending some time with mrs. We. Smith of 500 Pond Street. Miss Helen Force of Burlington spent last week end with her brother s family or. And mrs. Russel Force of gig Pond Street. Or. And mrs. Lewis Force of Burlington will spend the week end with or. Forces son Russel Force of gig Pond Street. Or. And mrs. Harry Goslin motored from Belmar n. J., to spend the week end with parents at 225 Market Street. Or. Albert Cliff and family have closed their summer Home at Maple Beach an have Laken quarters in their Winter Home in Philadelphia. Mrs. Stanford Runyan and daughter miss Elizabeth Are spending a week at Haddon Hall Atlantic City. Mrs. George Young of new York City formerly of Bristol has been with her Mother mrs. I. Ray of mrs. Effie Carver of Cedar Street 319 Walnut Street for several is spending some time with her weeks. Her stay Here has been pro daughter mrs. G. Roberts of new longed by her mothers illness. Town formerly of Bristol. Minot Hill Street attended Street railway week in Atlantic of 431 Radcliffe tiie convention of officers held this City. Mrs. Henry Fowler of Langhorn is expected tomorrow at the Home of mrs. Russel Burton. Misses Mary and Louise Swain of g19 Radcliffe Street will spend the week end with their brother in Chestnut Hill. T i 7 t i % i a a a miss Louise Swain of Cliffe Street spent a few w Elt a k w lib her Frk n <1, Ross in Doylestown. 619 Rad Days this Ai i is Elsie a 4 4 44 4 4 Ltd 4 -t4 4 4 a it 4-4 44 4 1 44 44 a a 4 a it 44 4.4. 4.4. 44,1 a a 4, 44, 4, 44 paper hanging j done properly. Country Trade solicited. Estimates cheerfully furnished. William a. Gallagher j phone 88-j 517 Bath Street i Livingstone Joyce was in attendance two Days at the convention of firemen held this week in Wilkes Barre. It i a j. A diocese Bristol Bishop on Sun the right Rev. Thomas land of the Philadelphia was an overnight guest in Wuth friends on sunday. Garland conducted services a Lay at Grace Church Hulmeville and at Yardley. Mrs. H. Pursell will entertain card club no. 9, at her Home 256 Radcliffe Street on tuesday next. Or. Ii. Pursell the Mill Street druggist was an overnight guest on sunday with relatives in Milford. Mrs. Stacy b. Pursell expects to mfr Pirn to her Home in Newtown tomorrow after a five weeks visit in Bristol. A it 4 4-4 4 4 a a a Ltd a he 4� 4 4 4 a it 4 4 444 >4444 4 >444 >444444 4-44.4�4�44.44�4,4.44.4. Dance with the knights of Columbus Columbus Day october 12 the. At St. Marks Hall mrs. Annie Williams of Belvidere or. And mrs. George t. Snyder and daughter. Miss Julia of Newton or. George Roberts of Willow Grove or. And mrs. Arthur Myers and two children of Frankford or. And mrs. A. Tomlinson of Willow Grove were guests last week from wednesday until sunday with or. And mrs. William Smith of 500 Pond Street. The Trenton fair was the Center of attraction for the guests. Mrs. Samuel Pearson of 24 2 Street entertained card club no. 6 last evening at her Home. Mrs. Ernest Lawrence and miss Esther Lawrence expect to go on monday for a weeks visit to Lake Mohawk. Or 33 photographer Nichols walks now to his business Between six and eight of clock sunday evening a bicycle used by or. W. B. Nichols photographer was stolen from the rear of his Home on Jackson Street Harriman. The wheel had been left against the rear Wall of the House when or. Nichols arrived Home for supper. Later he decided to put it away for the night and discovered some one else thei borrowed it As a Mode of locomotion to Distant parts or Els xxx concluded it could be turned into a we easy Money. Cd with Little thought of recovering a it photographer Nichols has joined 56 the Large number of pedestrians j xxx from the Tow site every Day to his xxx place of business in the Wright we studio on Mill Street. My special bargains in fall and Winter underwear about one half of former prices ladies silk and Wool Union suits Short sleeves. Long sleeves no sleeves sizes 24 to 46. Best Quality $2.75 ladies fleeced ribbed Union suits Short and Lone sleeves. Best made at $1.75 ladies i fab co perfect fitting underwear in shirts and pants Winter weight 34 to 46 at $1.00 children s underwear in heavy ribbed shirts and pants and ankle pants at 50c men s underwear menus underwear in shirt and drawers Hanes Best Quality at 75 c menus Union suits heavy Quality Hanes make size 34 to 46. Special at $1.50 33 33 8 33 33 33 s5 8 s my 8 33 33 33 s3 s3 my my my my my s3 my my my my s3 g no Gar owner is immune automobile accidents Are no respecter of localities. They happen alike on crowded streets and lonely country roads. Yaqut turn have a serious Accident May Cobie tomorrow. Vou May not to get of blame but a sympathetic jury May hold you liable for ruinou9 damages. Protect yourself against the financial loss that is Sun to come some a. Jetna ize the Etna Auto plan protects you against every insurable motoring risk. Let us Tell you about its Many advantages today James f. Blanche real estate and insurance phone 289-w. 325 Radcliffe Street. Bristol. A. Pearson a phone 74m Bristol a. Real estate insurance we Issue Bonds and write insurance covering the following lines fire automobile Public liability burglary and theft j a 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. A by i 133333333333333333333533333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333 Irwin a Coal is always clean. Full weight to every order. Fill your cellar now phone 96-j 224 Buckley Street i tickets gentlemen 75c a ladies 50c i. 4 v4v4� 44i 44�T�4m,x�T�4m<mf4hm,m3�4>4mm,>444>44m44m4�?� 44 3 3 5 i Home made scrapple 3 lbs.25c fresh Home made sausage 25c la. Phone 106 fresh Home dressed pork at lowest Market Price g. A. Hussey grocer 336 Dorrance is. I extra Ltd a that word a a extra that puts the punch into Pothus. Ask your dealer. Flu 7/ be surprised extraordinary shirt Sale despite the recent increase in prices of dress and work shirts i will reduce the prices of my shirts 15 per cent for a period of ten Days Only. This is an Opportunity to get your fall and Winter Supply. Newest shapes and colourings in fall hats $2.50, $2.85, $3.00, $3.50, $4.00 and $6.00 boys hats and Caps dress goods for ladies and children Linen Gingham Percale Muslin and satins. Fleisher knitting Wool and Silver glow Bungalow aprons and House dresses children a dresses ladies fancy Woolen silk and Lisle Hose boys pants menus trousers at reduced prices suit cases and hand bags John j. Mcgee a announcement the Uptown store Wood and Lafayette its. Phone 415 y y to our friends and customers we wish to announce that w. H. H. Fine has purchased the holdings of Albert e. Baker although the old firm name will be retained for the present. Tracy amp Baker Bristol a. W m Max m m m m my i
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