Bristol Bucks County Independent in Bristol, Pennsylvania
14 Oct 1921

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14 Oct 1921

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Bristol Bucks County Independent (Newspaper) - October 14, 1921, Bristol, Pennsylvania Chit Chat by miss Esther Lawrence Bucks count Independent Bristol pa., Friday october 14. 1921 Foster Minster of Lehigh University spent the week end with his parents or. And mrs. Pemberton Minster of Radcliffe Street or. Charles Webb of Philadel phia was the sunday guest of or. And mrs. Walter of Leedora. Miss Ella k. Leedom of Wildwood is spending the week with miss Louise Lawrence of 33 8 Rad Cliffe Street. Or. And mrs. P. S. King of Philadelphia spent the week end with mrs. Kings sister mrs. John Hargrave of 401 Radcliffe Street. Miss Verna Smyrl of Edgely spent the week end with friends in Reading. Mrs. J. Brownlee of 555 Bath Street is spending a week with relatives in Philadelphia. Or. And mrs. Joseph Nickolson and fou. Children from Houston Texas Ere tile guests of mrs. W. T. Wilson of Bristol Pike on the tins Day last. The family of or. Nickel sonar now occupying a Home Iii Jackson Street Harriman. Bradley Ardrey of 623 Radcliffe Street and James Wright of 235 Radcliff Street motored to Haddon Heights on saturday evening to spend sunday with relatives. Mrs. S. J. Homer eld of 823 Cedar Street leaves tomorrow for a weeks visit with her daughter mrs. A. L. Morgan of Potomac Park Washington d. C. Mrs. Harry Leavitt of Trenton was the guest of mrs. Emil Metzgar on Friday last at the travel club luncheon which was held at the Home of mrs. J. Fred Wagner and mrs. Edward p. Coden of Germantown was the guest of miss Sarah m. Hawke of Mulberry Street. Mrs. Adele Gallagher of Philadel phia was a guest for two Days last week of mrs. Margaret Gallagher of 202 Buckley Street. Mrs. John Quinn of Trenton spent three Days recently with her sister Hester Boyle of Buckley Street. Or. And mrs. Charles p. Seamens and mrs. Samuel merger of Otter Street have returned to their Home after a visit of sixteen weeks at Asbury Park. Messes. William and George Klenk and miss Virginia Hill of Philadelphia were week end guests of or. And mrs. James Klenk. Miss Helen Smith of Wildwood was a guest last week for two Days of or. And mrs. E Linton Martin of 315 Radcliffe Street. Miss Laurine Thornton who is employed in Brooklyn n. Y., was called Home last week by the death of her grandmother mrs. Sarah Thornton of Trenton. Mrs. Stephen Vandegrift was the sunday guest of Rev. And mrs. J. J. I Bingham at the methodist parsonage. Plans Are being made by the presbyterians to entertain the county convention of Sabbath school work Els. Many prominent speakers Are expected and a Good program will be provided. Remember the Date october 21st and 22nd, and Cornel prepared to enjoy the meetings. Or. And mrs. William c. Burns of Canton Ohio were callers in by is-1 Tol last Friday. Mrs. Burns was formerly known to her friends Here As miss Nan Booz and or. Burns isl the son of tile late or. And mrs. Charles e. Burns. Jack London club seeks More members one of the Points advocated at Federated humane societies meeting at George school the Bucks county Federated 11 u mine societies Beld a very interesting meeting at George school Newtown saturday afternoon october 8th, 192j. Owing to very inclement weather Only about eighty persons were present whereas delegations of children and adults were expected from All parts of the county. Four Newtown y. P. Bus. Kindly acted As Ushers following a greeting extended by prof. George la. Nutt on behalf of George school the meeting was turned Over to mrs. E. W. Tryon Vici president pending the arrival of president mrs. J. Ii. Led i ii i w to spoke at length and decidedly to the Point on trapping and tin Quot suffering caused by same general education for children along humane work and the purpose and cause of the Jack London club which is National i known by its members being opposed to trained animal acts of All kinds. It was with regret that the meet ing Learned that mrs. Goo. Cliff president of county federation of women a clubs was detained at last moment. Mrs. John ii. Gledhill was then introduced and presided who balance of the session. A most easing vocal Solo by mrs. J. La. Tomson added enjoyment to the Intel est ing program following this or. Richard c. Craven Field Secretary of red Star amp humane Assoria Moil gave a most valuable talk with lantern slides along the line of humane education showing various methods employed in Large nearby cities for the care and treatment and disposal it fall neglected or unfortunate animals both Large and Small that were brought to their attention. Modern hospitals ambulances operating rooms a proof gardens All have been brought into play to make Hie care of animals equal to that of human beings and a great stress was Laid upon impressing Tho children of today citizens of tomorrow with the need and value of this kind of work. A Brief summing up of the need of More members for the Jack London club by miss m. Miller a vocal Solo without extra charge. Or. Bolson also says that the new 4 90 Chevrolet has been so greatly improved that you would hardly recognize it new spiral rear new Gypsy top roller Beal tugs and notwithstanding All these improvements the Price Batman lowered More than $300.00 since May. Nethol innovation is the Day and night service just put in operation by e. Brown who has charge of urn service garage in rear of show room a at 226 Mill Street. A Fine Stock of j parts Are now in Stock and there v i 11 in of delays on any Wrork. These men Are hustlers and with such a popular car As the Chevrolet they should do a Large and successful business. Whose Home the funeral will be held on saturday morning with a requiem mass at St. Marks Church at 9 of clock. Internment will take place at St. Marks cemetery. 5j2fi3fifififififififi�s83 3 a i a a a reds free . Bet they wish they were a newspaper Enterprise association. A a s3 pm a new books i is for Reading and giving u the mrs. Anna Ennis Dies \ % at advanced age of 60 Lewis Quot ifs 4 to Seal in the delicious Burley flavor once you be enjoyed the toasted flavor you will always want it mrs. Anna Ennis aged 80 years died wednesday evening at the Home of her son Edward Ennis. 570 Bath Street following an illness of several months duration which she was unable to throw off owing to her advanced age. Deceased came Here ii oui i Philadelphia 35 years ago and has been a resident of this Borough Ever since where she surrounded he i tie of Vii the a Large Circle of friends who nov sadly miss her from their mid. Slie is survived by two sons William and Edward the latter ring lieutenant of police on the new York division of the p. R., from 0 1 a i o 0 a a a a a a 1 5 a a the 4 horsemen of apocalypse by Ibanez. Pm Ain Street by Sinclair j a a a the master of Man Quot by h. J 55 came. A a a the obstacle race by e. A a m. Dell. A a the sheikh by e. M. Hull. A the mysterious rider by Zane Grey. Tarzan the terrible and i s3 8 a co x a a a 55 Tarzan the untamed by Bur a a a n rows. A a t 1� if it x it f �?�5 i j t my or. Malcolm Taylor. Toni on which was highly appreciated by All a present concluded Tho program. A y line chorus of the now town Public x school scholars rendered a pleasing a a selection a the Monarch of Hie f Forest a a entire audience joined in ii singing a America a a and the meeting f adjourned after giving a rising Vole 11 of thanks to the George school for in Hie Courtesy extended to the feeler f ated humane societies of Bucks j x county. In Breyer ice Cream watch this space for new a y6 a books each week. 5 % a a % 55 Wrights pharmacy i a s3 123-7 Mill Street % a a a Quot a 4, Chevrolet announce new for parties and j socials i j phone us and we i i will make prompt j a sales plan�?$6 per week ? delivery. J. P. Duffy Spruce and Buckley streets or. Bolson who is the local manager for the Saie of Chevrolet motor cars informs the id it pendent that they have a new sales plan whereby a car May be purchased and paid for ? i Flann Elet a ppr m in i i i i a a a 11�i., families women s Flann Elet gowns $1.00 the nights Ais cooler than one realizes and High neck Flann Elet gowns have a mighty Good feeling. Special $1. Of ladies Flann Elet petticoats 50c 65c children a Flann Elet petticoats 50c 59c children a Flann Elet gowns Good Quality Outing i to 3 75c 79c <3 a fifi a �3 8 a a 33 Fig ii ii in Light and dark Outing. Good Quality at. Extra size Outing petticoats at. Children a White Outing Petticoat Embi bindery flounces. Size 2 to to Yeai a. Size to to 15 at. Sizes 0 to 12 at sizes 12 to 16, at Pearson a phone 74m Bristol a. Ii a. Ii ii ii a a so a ii we Xuy. A a a a 5 a a a a a ii a a ii ii ii ii ii pm a a. Ii ii fi3s3s3s3?3fi3s335fi3fi33sfifififisfifi2fi5fi3s3fi3fi5fi3fi3fi3s3s3fififi or in lits of $6.oo pm u a in a a a a. A a e v Gaa a a a it 4ft a a of a a a a a a a 7 4 a a a a Ltd. Ltd a a Wawa Market House a t x x t v a paper hanging done properly. Country Trade solicited. Estimates cheerfully furnished. William a. Gallagher phone 88-j 517 Bath Street i a it �T�5� i i t x Forrest Block Bristol a. Fruits and vegetables it will do your heart Good to see the attractive display of seasonable Good things stacked on our Racks. Every variety of fruits and vegetables this season is famed for can be found and they Are All fresh and luscious. We make deliveries t a a a f i f a i it f t v f t v a it until tomorrow night the shirt Sale will continue then Back to regular prices automobile accidents Are no respecter of localities. They happen Glik on pro typed Steps and lonely country roads your turn to havoc a serious Accident May come tomorrow you May not be to blame but a sympathetic jury May hold you liable for ruinous damages. Protect yourself against the financial loss that is stirs to come some Day. Jetna ize the Ietna 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. 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 Art j business locations on Mill Street for Sale Gilkeson so James 205 Radcliffe Street Bristol a. Big i Malcam it Fco �nih0muia>�fmi,ngaulxjg.�?. I. A a f r any a a a fi3s3fi3s3fi3i2fififi5fi3fifififififiifis3fi3ficf33fi3s3fi3fi3fififi5fififi5fifis3s3s3?3fi5fi3fi3s3fififififi5 a a Vogue Patent leather sandals the Ever popular three strap 5 i i i i see the new fall and Winter hats $2.50. $2.85, $3.00, .$3.50. $4.00 and $6.00 menus and boys Caps 75c, $1.00. $1.25. $1.50, $1.75 and 2.00 menus trousers and boys bloomers at various prices sweaters and pull overs Cordyak jackets. Pyjamas and night Robes. A Good assortment of under garments for ladies gents and children. Infant s Caps. Dresses sox underwear and bootees. Bungalow aprons middy blouses and House dresses. Yard goods linens. Percale Gingham muslims. Sateen. Chintz and Outing flannel. Ribbons and knitting Wool. Suit cases and travelling bags John j. Mcgee n 9 9 i he Uptown store Wood and Lafayette sts., phone 415 Bristol. A. Fifi fifi 5 i we 55 a ii ii 153 xxx is Chi Fig 1 a ii ii we 0. A a a fifi s3 fifi fifi Cool evenings suggest Margaret Penn candies we have them warn.1. Chocolates and chocolates and Bonbons fresh each week Pound and half Pound packages that style they re All raving1 about \ that style you be been craving for Bere f it is a Beauty if Ever there was one with lines and features for a Queens fax i or. Price within the reach of tile most g modest purses. Frank Green \ 308 Mill Street Bristol a. J a the yorker shop i a big City shoes \ $ i we fill orders for special assortments on Short notice. Leave word at either of our stores and your cider will be promptly attended amp Baker one bottle does no to Tell you the whole Story. But it gives you the plot ask your la be surprised Bristol 245 Mill Street Harriman 1609 Farragut ave. minion initial in Iii Kirin Mim i l1, of i i i j i a a a 1 1 1 mi>imh�i<i�hw�wti��wi8�h�&Quot

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