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Bristol Bucks County Independent (Newspaper) - October 14, 1921, Bristol, Pennsylvania Macs column of Bordentown Kuest of or. Walter Wireman Man apr of the american store on Street went to Jefferson to pita Philadelphia on monday to under treatment for stomach trouble. Or. Harry Vandergrift of Pinn Street. With or. Foster and Fame of j Uby town motored on sunday in Doylestown. mias Martini Olrick of Harriman with Lier brother William motored on sunday to visit Bordentown friends. Or. William Allen n. J., was an Over sunday Harriman friends. Or. William priestly and family will remove next week from a Jefferson Avenue to Walnut Street Between Cedar and Radcliffe. Or. Joseph Helm brother of mrs. De b. Abbott of Radcliffe Street is spending set Fame time in to wit renewing Friend of Impf of former Days. Residents Here of 20 years ago remember or. Keim James Mooney in drug store on leaving there i in Philadelphia and during in years he has been Man f Bucks county Independent. Bristol a. Friday october 14. 1921. Will As druggist with pm ten Martins Radcliffe Street. Assumed a similar position the past Ager of Atlantic in. A a. It a Large drug Emporium or. Pm i Spangler has sold Las Atlantic City confectionery business at Gix Prin i Street to Horace Cole of 015 i it Eugene snowball Mccole who j on it i j has been employed Burg and in by tows Street. Or. M. E. Morgan wife and baby Helen Louise spent the week end with mrs. Morgans father o \ Hussey of 3s6 Dorrance Street. Or. And mrs. Henry Wald and Eon James of Cleveland Avenue Harriman spent sunday with their daughter who is a member of the sisterhood at Mother Katherine a Convent Cornwells. Mrs. Anna Ulrick of Harriman was also a sunday visitor at the same institution. Or. Russel Sullivan phia moved his family past week to 24 9 West Virnan and during the or. Joseph colliding with family moved from the Quaker to 225 West Circle. Of Philadel 1 tiring the Circle har same period his City or. George a. Hussey and wife of Radcliffe Street with mrs. Husseyn Mot her mrs. John bean Chi and mrs. G. A. Hussey sr., left on saturday by Auto for a week end visit with friends in Mauch chunk. Or. Add mrs. Albert Williams of the Forrest Block Mill Street Are the Joyful parents just now of a baby boy born on sunday last. Or. Francis Thompson of Pine Street with j. Robbins clerk at Tracy and Bakers on Mill Street. Spent Hist sunday with friends in Morrisville. Mrs. A. Humphreys of Trenton n. J., with her grandson Thomas Humphreys spent wednesday last As guests of or. And mrs. G. A. Hussey of Dorrance Street. Russel Speakman of Market Street who has been confined to his Home for several weeks wit ii an Ai tack of fever is now almost recovered from the malady under the care of or g a Fox. Or. Albert Birket and family have moved from Lafayette to Cedar Street. The House vacated by them will be occupied by or. Thomas Tanner and family of Garden Street. Or. George Ulrick of Harriman Lias gone to work for Uncle Sam at Tullytown Arsenal. Or. John c. Irwin has sold his residence Corner of deadly and Pine Street to an italian resident of the Borough and will move to a farm he recently bought in Montgomery county. Or. And mrs. Ray Nevegold and family of Wood Street attended a theatre party at the production of i he Bat Iii Philadelphia monday evening. Or. Albert Musnuff and wife who recently moved Here from Norfolk. Va., have now gone to live Iii Trenton n. Or. Howard Johnson and family have moved from Maple Beach to Pond Street. Their neighbors at the Beach or. And mrs. Charles Hubbs have moved to Edgely. I his evening the members of boy scout troop no. 2, in charge of scoutmaster Harold Bolton will give to bean and roast a a Doggie supper in St. James Parish House when it is expected All members will be present to enjoy the feast. Mrs. Leon Rinestine of 1606 far taut Avenue who has been on an extended visit to Camden n. J., friends during the past two weeks is expected Home today. Tin by president Fred Kenyon Thomas Hoffman. Joseph Koehler a. Hellyer w. Stroble and j. W. Smith. Miss Margaret Street with miss Jefferson Avenue Cornwell Heights i mrs. Katherine Banes of Edgely has been the guest of mrs. John ii. Page of Cornwells Avenue this week. I miss Katherine i Roche who has been on the sick list during the past week. Is now on the Way to a Complete recovery. 1 he sons of veterans of Bristol w ill give a supper a Oil dance in the p. O. S. Of a. Hall on saturday october 22, when it is hoped there will be a Large turnout to help replenish the Treasury of the Young men who Are endeavouring to keep the spirit of patriotism of their progenitors conspicuously before the rising Gen Era lion. Or. William Dyer who has been quite ill owing to a slight stroke is now reported on the Way to recovery or. Otto Grupp and daughter who have been touring through Europe w Ith numerous visits to the since last july have returned Home. Or. And mrs. Pemberton of Richie i mend have moved go Cornwells a where they will make their Horn Union services will be held by the i methodist and presbyterian members Iii the local m. E. Church next j sunday evening when the Rev. Or. White will preach. I be needlework Guild met at the Home of mrs. William Simons t ii is week. Which was made very enjoyable by the serving of a Box lunch. Next sunday will be rally Day the presbyterian Church. The with the Pitts Demoines Street co., at left on thursday to continue work with the same firm at Shamokin a. Miss Genevieve Mclaughlin of Freeland and miss Mary Baker of Coatesville who Are visiting misses my Coles of Garden Street motored on sunday last to Bryn mawr with messes. Joseph Roche and Eugene Mccole. A special meeting of no. I fire company was held last evening at 8 of clock for the purpose of taking action on a new car and a tool Box for the pumper also to add an ale mite system to their equipment Call for the meeting was issued Secretary Ces w 111 be held in place of the regular sunday morning Sermon. At Sere keep an Eye on our display counter every Day a number of customers a Happy care free housewives a Stop at our bakery for bread or pastry. How they differ from some of their less Lucky neighbors a who insist on baking their own bread in a suffocating Kitchen. Our bread is always fresh and uniformly Good to eat. C. B. Boltz amp co. Buckley and race streets Bristol a. A phone 15-r. Smith of Bath Sadie Brennan of spent Columbus Day Iii the Quaker City. Misses Marie Brennan and Anna Ulrick. Were the guests of or. And mrs. Thomas Lyons of Princeton can Columbus i a. Or. Leonard Blanche of Jefferson Avenue was among the Holiday throng in Philadelphia of wednesday. Mrs. Casper Banes and daughter of Cornwells Avenue were Bristol visitors on wednesday. Mrs. Elva Snyder and Mother mrs. Frank Snyder attended the dedication ceremonies ref the Howard Mccall Post when mrs. Joseph Mccall presented to that Post her former Nome to be used As a club room and recreation Hall. Not Only for the Cost but he any of the american legion boys. Master Horace states of Corn Quot of i i Onues who has been on the sick list for several Days has now fully recovered. Or. And mrs. Rubble of William Street have moved to Allentown where they will make their permanent Home. The memorial committee of the ladies sawing Circle will give a bake on saturday afternoon for the purpose of replenishing their treas the firm of Schutte amp Koerting have added quite a number of men a i a i Force this week Vav Noli indicates a Prospect of better nines ahead for the workers in this i il1 my is a so currently report Ecim i Taylor manufacturing company Are adding to their number of Woi Nuen and the Badenhausen firm Are in line to increase their Force. Evidently these establishments Are now feeling the wave of Prosperity that has been reported throughout the country during the past few w it cos and following a Long period of depression experienced Here the report of a business revival will be in raided with Joy in this Home town. Or. John h. Vandegrift of the half was House is reported serious vat loosen and the affliction ii y x i 5 becomes a double one with his wife i a �?---f7 confined to her room with illness at me same time. Old tires made like f new by Eberhardt $ Eberhardt and Gamble tire re x or pallor and Vulcani Zers have joined $ Iii Tho Ever growing throng of ind Epen j. W Dent advertisers and their first an i a mincemeat will to found in this is t sue this firm who use the Hay-1 a Wood system of Vulcanizing and re 4 heading have already done consid t arable work in and around Bristol x and on every hand their work is a highly commended. They claim that x after they tread a tire with their diet i read process it. Will Wear As y Long As a new one. W. H. Townend Carpenter 308 Washington Street jobbing work done Send postcard business sagacity North you say Dobbins refused that $ 10,00b a year Job in new York City West yes and Why should t he he went to work for a Farmer at $75 a month and room and Board. Ile can save Money . Home made scrapple 3 lbs25c fresh Home made sausage 25c la. Cult tron run it a int a i 5 i la the purpose is to annihilate tax x payers the merchant ship is about As deadly As the a state Register. Or s t few by in 11 plumbing and heating in All its branches our aim is Ever to Render service that is Best. B. Mcmullen As deadly a the a Hie so . 1 a a a 238 Mill St. Phone 112-w. Ujj Vav Quality counts Low prices Asco prices keep living costs Down As Una Lite with ii Olio to Jim. S s a a �?mh1 St _305 Washington St. 217 Buckley St. Pond amp Lincoln ave. La Best q granulated of grf buy All you want Al this Price. None sold to dealers. 5%c ii Ascot Coffee a 25c Lite blend that produces a cup that a enjoyed �?il1 it St t a trial Pound convinces. I fresh Home dressed pork and Best cuts of Buff at lowest Market Price phone 106 i a a a Liccari gun no 336 Dor Ranee St g. A. Hussey grocer big meaty selected egg every egg guaranteed to give satisfaction. S Doz 45c a in ,1 Iii Imi la a i i i i la a a a it Quality canned fruits j now i it int Lime to Lay in your Winter Supply we i guarantee every item to be strictly High Prade Bur i i cont?nue0t Kua Antee to v ,oi1� by Low prices will f ? hawaiian grated pineapple Small can 10c Doz $1.20 i 5 hawaiian sliced pineapple a mod. Can 23c Ion s2 70 5 hawaiian sliced pineapple. Big can 29/ Doz 53 49 i California sliced peaches tal1 can 16c Doz $1 35 i 5 Choice California peaches big eau 23c Doz �2 70 = fancy California peaches big can 29c Doz 3 40 i i fancy California cherries. Med. Can 28c Doz $3 30 h i fancy California cherries. Big can 35c Doz �4 Jaq fancy California apricots. Big can 29c Doz $3 40 i i fancy California plums big can 25c Doz $2 90 a Why this tidal wave of buying Overland cars Gold Seal and All Mill brands flour by 59c Lour Choice of Gold Seal Oresta Gold medal or any Brand in Stock. A a Ascot table syrup a a 9c, 25�?� Best Pink Salmon can j oct a Ascot Macaroni pier or 3 for pc 25c strictly pure lard in 12c Rich creamy cheese in 25c calf. Eva. Apricots a a 29c c. Ii Victor bread 6c big loaf better bread and More of it. A big wholesome loaf for Only 6 cents. Ii up Leas Ascot in 45c real Tea flavor and Tea fragrance in a a Ascot Quality teas. Black mixed India Ceylon old country style Orange Pekoe. Ascot no waste d i a sliced Macon a 15c sugar cured Bacon sliced thin and trimmed of All waste. Note our Price. Men Are buying them for business. Families Are buying them for pleasure. All Are buying them for Profiti buying them for the immediate saving of $200. Buying them for the consistent saving in Upkeep gasoline and tires. Buying them because Overland averages better than 25 Miles per gallon. Buying them because Triplex Springs make Overland a comfortable Light car. Because the All steel body a and its baked enamel finish will last for years and look new for years. Because the brakes a and steering Are Safe the controls Are convenient the starter and electric Light Are designed with the car. Buying because the Overland fits comfortably with a million incomes and offers health and happiness to a million Homes. Ii pot scan and Beans -9c 3 r 25c cooked ready to serv and packed in t delicious Tomato sauce dressing. Buy now for the Winter. New tender peas can Sweet sue a Corn. Can i of Best sour Krout. Big can 14c pure salad Oil. Big hot 25c jul i Iii 1 a a Ascot Ole Margarine j Quot it 25c i ii �?�4 a Pur High Grade butter r substitute of except tonal 2 i in it tor Tho table cooking a baking and All kinds of k i l l i i ii i in i in rest Corn meal la Choice Rice. A a Ascot Jelly powder. Babbitts Best soap. Cake 41/2c a be sure to visit an a a Ascot meat Market today Little Star skinned 23c Small lean sugar cured and weigh from 8 to 141bs each. Finest Quality beef Rump or round Steak. To 25c Ruma or round roast it 25c a 32c fresh killed milk fed s7 chickens roasting now Wrights service garage Otter and Bath streets Bristol a. Genuine Lamb it breast it 5c syk j. 30c h0�?o�?o�r.h�?T 2�c loin chop St 40c rack hops it 22c legs of Lambb 35c City dressed pork chops or 30c selected guts fio 37c pure pork. 32c smoked Boneless Butts to 30c delicious country 12c fresh link 25c new Home made sour Krout it. 121/2c

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