Bristol Bucks County Independent in Bristol, Pennsylvania
21 Oct 1921

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21 Oct 1921

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Bristol Bucks County Independent (Newspaper) - October 21, 1921, Bristol, PennsylvaniaIn Bucks coup try Itoe pendent. Bristol. A. Friday. October 21. 1921. Chit Chat by miss Esther Lawrence mrs. George Gunson of Philadelphia was the Over guest of her sister mrs. We. Davis of 209 Cedar Street. Or. Howard Booz spent several nights this week with his parents or. And mrs. William Booz of Cedar Street. Or Booz was making some business Iii this icing in. I on his return Home to Greenfield mass., he and mrs. Booz intend making Spring Leld mass., their Home for a season. Mrs. Harry Pope of 622 Beaver Street entertained the tuesday afternoon card club at her Home last week. allele Wrighi of 260 Wood Street spending some time this j week with friends in Spring City. j or. And mrs w. S. James and family of Init Street have buived to 1216 Pond Street. I or. And mrs. Clarles Jones or. I and mrs. C. Smith of Atlantic City j were Lecent guests of or. And mrs. I George Buckley of 322 Lafayette night mrs. Buckley were greatly Surpris Das it had been Twenty four years since their last meeting. .. Patrick Green of Pine Street returned to in i Home after a few Days Isit to Haze Don. I West . Norman Dorietta and son Duane and daughter miss Eleanor of Trenton were recent guests of or and mrs. Win. Carson of 557-Linden Street. Or. Janie. Milf a of merry Point j w. Va., is staying a few Days with or. Aid mrs. M. Owen. Or. And .. John Smith Ami Sim a highs of Atlantic pity formerly of , have returned to their hoi in after spending a week lieu a a with relatives Rise time was or. And mrs. Alex Rooks of a Iii it led with or. And mrs. Leon Trenton were sunday guests of or and mrs. George Ardrey. Or. And mrs. David Harrison of Trenton Are spending a week with their daughter mrs. George Ardrey of 623 Radcliffe Street. Notice tills delicious flavor when you smoke Lucky strike a scaled in by the toasting process miss Elizabeth Warden entertained a few guests at her Home in Edgely on saturday evening at the game of 500. Those present were or. And mrs. John Harry miss Harriet Hardy mrs. John Hunter Harold Hunter mrs. L. Watt Vars. Isabel Leuhers Ami Livingstone Joyce. A few Days week wit ii Lier Fri. Margaret Siddons and mrs. Njo thei. Mrs. S. Some yield of 823 William Stetson of 210 Chedar Street. Street were visitors on wednesday at Girard College. Lawrence Sid-1 or. William Harvey of , son of mrs. Siddons boing from Friday in student there. Monday evening of or. And .mr.-. I in red. King of Dor Aiice Street. Or. And mrs. James f. Blanche and children spent the week end . William Smith of 500 Pond so ret left yesterday to spend Sev Dan Bifid of Beaver Sti get or. Ami mis. Din 3 Horne of Edam Street and or. And mrs. Lester Thorne of Edgely. Or. And 322 Lafayette Street will spend fhe pm a i in several lays this week with week end wit i their son. Alfred in Lel tiv in Chester. Plainfield a. . A i f or. And mrs. Hunter Daun is or or. George gain and two Chil , spent the week Mel diet of South Seaville n. J., pent of mis. , or. And mrs. L. Seltzer and daughter miss George Buckley of Oxinio of 122 Washington Street Are miss Helen Holden formerly of Bristol is pending Lier vacation Here dividing her Lime with her sister mrs. , and friends. Mrs. Lewellyn Davis of Sli t it Enie Taim a a few friends at card Quot in monday evening in Honor of her sister miss Helen Holden. Or. And mrs. C. H. Bunting of 214 Cedar Street Swient tin weekend with their it a auditor mrs. Many Crosby Aud mrs. George Falls of West Fri Lade phia. I ii is. William of. Be % min be and two clip Lien spent tin we Eek Mel with Ber aunt tit Langhorne. Miss Kila riffles of Usi Ide ia., is spending Hie Winter with or. We a c. Lecompte of 4 3 0 Rade Inife Street. Or. And mrs. Lewis t. Rose of Newportville have i turned to Timeir after spending several w siting their Daug liter mrs. We a. G. Minster of Buck Hill Falls a. Or. And mrs. Alexan Dmn Wilson. Of , of imely of Bristol spent the week end who my anti Vars. Win. Ii. It. Fine of i ,3 i Frei Sun Avenue. Or. Wilson was connected while Here with Moi Worth five Ami ten. Or. Ami mrs. Phiilip k. Conrad or. Ami mrs. W3 Simons of Eddington or. And of. Simons of Newark. N. J., leave today to spend a few Days at i Coho Manor n. Airs. Chat Des Rathl it w a. Hostess to sewing club no. 2, at her Home on Lafayette Street on tuesday evening. Mrs. John Mulholland of Bath Road entertained the on l . In a of last week. New books i a for Reading and giving a the Pride of Palomar a by Peter b. Kyne. A Sui a sular Trent by w. I. Giorge. A a the 4 horsemen of the apocalypse by Ibanez. A main Street by Sinclair Lewis. A the master of Many by h. Caille. A the obstacle race by e. M. Bdl. A the sheikh by e. M. Hull. A the mysterious rider by Zane Grey. A Tarzan the terrible and a Tarzan the untamed by Burrows. A it it it it it. Is ii Hosier y Pope of 52 8 Linden with mrs. Blanches parents in Philadelphia. Mrs. Fred Hannold of Philadelphia spent tile week end with the misses Lippincott of 32 7 Wood Street. Aliss Eva King of Dorrance Street was the Over night guest on we Ednes Day last of Hertlia Moser of Hulm Evivie. While there amiss in a attended the dance Ami euchre i ii for the Benefit of Gractia chinch. I Al Days w ii a sister Iii Philadelphia. Or. And mrs. Cd Harlys Al Chinloy Ami son. Edward were week Mel guess of mrs. Alc Ginley a parents Ai new town. All. Caspar Altison of new York. Spent a few Days this week As the guest of Thomas Ryan of 33 7 Jefferson Avenue. Airs. Harles Street. Air. Ami airs. E. Fienk of gis j Beaver Streci arc paying a visit to i to Weir daughter airs. Charles b. Unit Rah of Knish Only. A or. Arc alts. Phiilip Bock Iii Ladelphia were week end guest of or. And airs. Ralph Snelson of 221 Market Street. T watch this s it acc books each week. For new of a i Sis t or. And mrs. James Murray of 2 47 Jackson Street Harriman spent Hie week end with relatives in Camden n. Miss Mary Carroll of new York City spent three Days be Henlly wit i air. And airs. R. Wells of 2 18 Harrison Street. Or. Thomas Nally of new York pent the week end with or. I a a t t t t t mrs. George Hussey of hike. to Caid to on tuesday october i till Ami Avenue. Mrs. Charles a Mcginley edit stained the club in tuesday october 18th. . Caroon of Trenton. Isi City. Bristol spending a week with her daughter and mrs g. Nally of 2 46 Olarri till no. Mrs. Ellis Radcliffe of 342 Jefferson son Street Harriman. % . Harry Sheppard of Newark formerly of Bristol a the Ovici night guest of air. Ami Al is Ila c. Amount of 218 Cedar Street. Airs. William Stetson and sister mrs. Margaret Siddons of 210 Cedar Street will spend the weekend with mrs. Stetson a son. Horace Stetson of Trenton formerly of Bristol. Miss Almargaret Dever and Aliss Margaret Dolan of Mauch chunk w Ere week end guests of or. And mrs. Hugh Acgee of 122 a ii Street. Or. Ii. In Denfer of Hikins pah Ami or. C. C. Bonier policeman of isl precinct Newark. N. J., were the Welt Mel guests of Frank Beni Fer. Of 502 Pond Street. Or. And mrs. Win. Degroot. Motored in Higl Itskov a ii n j., be Centy. To visit their Sun who is a student in Pedt Lic Lii Stinoe. Almargaret. Spangled of , is spending several weeks with her parents or. Ami airs. D. Spangler of 34 6 Jefferson a Enue. Mrs. Win. Sensa Bangui of 923 Cedar Street some Lime with relatives in Brooklyn n. \. Winnifred her trick of Bio Lorlyn. Spent the week end Ettli mrs. Vernon Cowart of 2 40 Harrison Street. Air. Ami mrs. John Stout and family of foul children moved ibis wok fro i Wilson Avenue Hari Man to Pond so eel. I t t i Breyer ice Cream for parties and socials a i phone us and we i will make prompt delivery. P. Duffy Spruce and Buckley streets i a i i Wrights pharmacy it i 12 3-v Mill Street ladies silk and Wool Hose. Sizes 8v2 0 Brown Blue Aud give i. Ladies extra heavy Wool Hose. In All the new shades drop stitch. $1.25 $1.75 ladies Wool Hose. Black and Gray 9 to to. Seconds extra heavy. 50c children a Wool socks 50c children s Wool socks sizes 61/2 Toio in Given. Brown and Blue if myth at. Boys heavy ribbed Hose just the kind for school All sizes. 25c i ii v a i ii v a a a Quot Quot a r jts to a in i r a a new a. A a a a 9 a log i it a a a t i if 4 4 i if i a wanted too customers to spend $1 each tomorrow at the Wawa Market House t % t v % paper hanging done properly. Country Trade solicited. Estimates cheerfully furnished. William a. Gallagher phone 88-j 517 Bath Street i i x v 4> a i i t i i v i t ? t i Arf boys and girls hosiery in by Cru Black and White Fine ribbed at 25c ladies silk stockings All shades at. 95c soft it it it it it it it it it it it it ave xxx it xxx it s it it ?5. I Forrest Block Bristol a. % it t v t j v 4 i i ladies Tams suede and Priscilla Deans $1.00 $1.25 $1.50 Noca Rovt Ner is immune automobile accidents Are no respecter of localities. They happen alike of crowded streets and lonely country roads. Your turn to have 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 Sura to come some Day Tea ize the Tetua Auto plan protects you against every insurable motoring risk. Let us Tell you about Many advantages today. James f. Blanche real estate and insurance phone 289-w. 325 Radcliffe Street. Bristol. A. Pearson a phone 74m Bristol a. A xxx xxx xxx xxx xxx xxx i xxx xxx xxx xxx Ncnutt Quot real estate insurance we Issue Bonds and write insurance covering the following lines fire automobile Public liability burglary and theft riot and civil commotion crowds in transit Daylight robbery and Holdup treasurers and contractors Bonds Bristol properties and business locations on Mill Street for Sale 0 Gilkeson amp James 205 Radcliffe Street Bristol a. Ass i i i. -�?4 a it i i i i a i when your heart goes out to a Good walk these fall Days you want that solid responsive tread which is built into every stitch of yorker shoes lion hearted in makeup and lasting Power yet moulded with an extreme refinement of line and pattern. They will dress you Laud solely for any occasion. See the new fall and Winter hats $2.50, .$2.83. $3.00, $3.50. S4.00 and $6.00 menus and boys Caps 75c. .$1.00. $1.25. $i.30. $1.75 and 2.00 menus trousers and boys bloomers at various prices sweaters and pull overs Cor yarn jackets. Pyjamas and night Robes. A Good assortment of under garments for ladies gents and children. Infants Caps dresses , underwear and bootees. By Sigalow aprons middy blouses and House dresses. Yard goods linens. Percale Girg hams muslims sateen. Chintz and Outing flannel. Ribbons and knitting Wool. Suit cases and travelling bags John Mcgee a a the Uptown store Wood and Lafayette sts., phone 415 Bristol a. 5ft�b3ffi33 Foft Ftp he it it ?5 Saddle strap mahogany calf $5.00 Frank Green 308 Mill Street Bristol a. 5 a the yorker shop g a big City shoes extra done to think one of those it of near things very real ask your dealer you la be surprised xxx xxx xxx xxx it xxx it ii Sixx it it it xxx it it n it n it it sift it it it it it it it it a it it it it it xxx it it it xxx United cigars six unequalled 8c cigars t t t a t j lady Churchill mild Domestic Soberano size Elk x of 50, $4.00 8 v a i Palma in Cuba blended Domestic Colorina size Box of .30. .$4 of 8 it 1 ii it n i i i j a x i Benefactor q i a a Sumatra wrapped Havana blend % a i Perfecto size w % Box of 50, $4.00 x a a a a a a it is in he. ,j4 v4 ,5, i i Coro i Robin Hood pc i a Sumatra via pipe Domestic a i invincible size f i Box of 50. .34 of a a i i t t Porto Rico straight size Box of 60, $4.00 8 v it Raphael x was Ama a tort filled i Havana Short filled Tampa smoke size c i 8, 4made in Tampa. Box of 50, $3.75 eight cents is the popular Price today. A and this line of different types of , designed to suit a variety of tastes places every United Cigar store beyond the possibility of Competition in Cigar Quality at this Price. Tracy do Baker k09 Farragut ave. A Listol 215 Mill Street Iii.11 11111.�iii3iiii. Ilia s i i i i i i i i j i i i i it a i la a Hill i i i. ftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftjsftfthj3x5�ftftjft 8a?

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