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, PennsylvaniaBucks county Independent Bristow. Pa., Friday. October 21. 1921. Forrest theatre the Forrest of feat tires tonight y a a i ii it \ \ j in the Girt from nowhere by Bradley King directed by George the Star without a failure in Phok play y quit enjoy saturday Mary Anderson 111 too Mach married associated photo plays inc. Vaudeville George Marlin Duke of Hoboken Quot a Star amp Evylin a a comedy offering Andrews amp Gardner comedy musical act added attraction Farewell appearance of Eddie White Hilly Dean macs column fake agents resume fraud i Helen of Toole of Wilmington in i., who has been spending the past two weeks with or. And mrs John Kincannon of Edgely returned to her Diamond state Home on Friday last. Or Parker Fine former genial a Boniface of the Railroad hotel on Mill Street now of Jersey City was a week end visitor to Borough i b rids. William Tyrol of Mulberry Street was a on sunday Iasi of Roeb 11 ii sell a options on Dodge Brothers cals in u. S. Service then disappear i up be hoi. Week x. J., friends. Elsie Fowler of or. And mrs. Win Ila a end of Langhorne j. De b. Alis pending Hie been Here return d on monday to Lur Home accompanied by miss in Shii Abbott of Radcliffe Street. M r. Thomas Dolphin. Was that Jeff son Avenue misses Margaret Bever and Caret Dolan of Mauch chunk Brennan of Phila sunday guest of relatives. Over sunday Hugh Mcgee or. Jacob Staley 14 2 Buckley mar vell. Mrs. Guests of or. And of Mill Street. And family of Street moved to Philadelphia on monday last. Quot i he Staley residence has been bought by or. William a. Gallagher of Bath St reef private Hugh Happy Carroll of Spruce Street an overseas Veteran who has been confined to his Home for several weeks with illness was so much improved last week he was a Abb in visit Many of his Large Circle of friends in the fourth Ward. Or. Abd mrs. Frank Flung of Otter Street., with or. And mrs. Frank Meyers of Philadelphia on sunday Lehigh Joyed a motor trip on last to Mauch chunk and other Valley towns. A a ted Downing of Street letter Carrier in flit Ward left on monday last Market fourth for Dis Tant Points to Day vacation. Enjoy his annual 15 miss Anna Mccann of Trenton was the sunday guest of miss Connors of Buckley Street. Or. George a. Hussey and wife of Radcliffe Street left on wednesday by Auto for Easton where or. Hussey will attend a convention of the Susquehanna dental association that is being held in that Northampton county City this week. Miss Alay Herron of Princeton n. J., is spending a week with her Sisters the misses Etta and Grace Herron of 64$ Pine Street. Miss Sarah Lake after an extended visit with friends in Tacony has returned to her Home Oil Buckley Street. Although a number of arrests ii ave bran made As a result of the fraudulent practice the War deportment reports that persons in various part of the country Are till being victimised by individuals who pretend to be Able to obtain Dodge Brothers motor cars from the government at bargain prices. The usual method it is said is to sell a a options a on the ears. Which Are represent ated As being still in the original shipping crates the War having ended before they were used. Once the a a options Price is obtained of course the a agent never reappear. As Dodge Brothers motor car was selected by the government As the official car of its class for service with tin army during the world War an enormous number of these cars were equipped for the american gaining Camps and expeditionary forces. A the conclusion of the War the various branches of the army had fully 20,000 Dodge Brothers cars and almost immediately ii was minored that these cars were to be sold at ridiculously Low figures by the government. It was a Groat Opportunity for Crooks. They went from town to town pretending that they had acquired options on Large stocks of the cars All in first class condition and were prepared to sell these options for $25 or $20 sometimes More. The result was that both Dodge Brothers and the War department were nodded with inquiries As to when and where the cars might be obtained. Warnings were issued arrests Wane made and for a time the fraud died out. Recently however it seems to Haw been renewed As Dodge Brothers say they Are constantly receiving letters and telegrams on the subject. The. Matter vap taken up with the military intelligence division of the War department. A letter just receiver from this division by Dodge Brothers includes the following definite statement a i Ani informed by the director of sales of the War department that no sales of new Dodge Brothers cars have Beer made by his office. Ile also inform.1�?T me that arrests have recently been made in Philadelphia and new York by the department of Justice of individuals who were f audent in attempting to sell options on government As a matter of fact the great majority of Bodge Brothers cars quire by the at my have been port toiled to various branches of tho govern no not son ice. A few auctions have been held at some of the army Camps at which government cars which had seen hard service were disposed of by individual bidding but there have been no options and anyone represent rating himself a in a position to obtain government cars should by reported to the authorities for investigation. A in examination for fireman at Fost office nov. 5 an examination for Foreman labor or Iii government employ will be held at the Bristol Post office november 5. Citizens of the United states Only Are eligible and applicants must have at least six months experience As fireman of a stationary boiler. No educational lost will be Given for the above position the subjects on which applicants will be examined Are physical ability with training and experience. An applicant who is unable to write May have his application tilled in by another and sign it by a Mark which must he a properly witnessed. The salary for fireman labourer in the position to be filled is $6go to $780 per year. Cornwell Heights while Industrial improvement reported from other sections has not reached Here to a noticeable extent As yet the firm of Schulte and Koer Tirgg report a most encouraging Outlook for tho near future. This augurs Well for workers hereabouts who Tell know this firm a interested in the Ubu Ihring if tho Community and while work throughout the county Vas in a deplorable condition following the late War the works Bere were kept in operation for Over a year Evo in when the workmen could hardly realize where orders for finished product was coming from. The store property of Reed Macveagh on main Street 1hat was guided by fire a few week s ago. Is now being reconstructed by carpenters and in a few flays will be ready for the usual gathering of the Young men of tho town. Who made Mac. Iveagh s Cigar store their Headquarters for discussion of sporting events Iii his Vicinity. Receipts from the bake Given in tile Hall last saturday afternoon by the ladies sewing Circle to raise funds for Floral tokens to be placed on the soldiers memorial netted the fund $17.75. Impf the Best food obtainable in the Market Well cooked in a sanitary Kitchen i at fair prices is the outstanding reason Why you should Dine at Townsend a j. 2 7 Mill Street Bristol i. La mu1, i,.n&Quot of of Jai. To . A a gov 55 a a Ascot s in Quot Peanut i of a Rutter is 1 n 5555555555555255555555j5 Loc rest Lima Beans la the Best place w. H. Townend Carpenter 308 Washington Street jobbing work done Send postcard Home made scrapple j i the 9c 2 Tbs 17c 3 lbs 25c fresh Home made sausage 25c la. Fresh Home dressed pork and Best cuts of beef at lowest Market Price phone 106 g. A. Hussey grocer s a. To buy Quality groceries for the least Money is at an a a Ascot store this is quite a Broad statement to make but you can easily prove our claim by your first Purchase your dollars will go farther Quality considered in an a a Ascot store than anywhere else. Nowhere in the four states where cur stores Are located can groceries be bought Quality considered As reasonable As in our stores. Groceries be nougat Ruamy Asco prices keep living costs Down 410 Mill St. Y a 5 Deal at the nearest Asco store a where Quality 305 Washington St. 217 Buckley St. Pond amp Lincoln ave. Very Choice tomatoes rued. Can 8c Choice Quality tomatoes big can \2l/& red Ripe selected tomatoes packed in sanitary cans. Exceptional value. Buy them by Hie dozen. A a Ascot Coffee no 25c Ilu ii Pound of aset a blend today. We know is Rich rare flavor will More than please you. Our producer to consumer plan enables us to sell it at a bout half the Price charged a Here for coffees of the same Algu Grade. Xxx xxx 55 55 or it c r a c c it Ivy xxx xxx xxx xxx x xxxv xxxv xxx x5�5j5x5j3 a Best a pure i or lard in a open Kettle rendered the Best made. It i i i Iii i i ill i i ii till i l l in i s Best granulated Sweet tender Why not buy a dozen cans for $1.50? 121/2c sugar cd 0 la 4 buddy de groot says a i i i i i i i in i i i i my i i in i \ Rich creamy cheese la real Good Snappy cheese 25c Best 0i/ Corn y 72r meal ibo a another big a a Ascot value. T h Nash a a Ascot buckwheat a 10c self rising prepared with every necessary ingredients Een milk is added. Just mix your Batter anti pour on hot griddle. Victor bread big loaf 6c a big wholesome loaf for Only 6c. Buy \ in Tor bread save the difference. A did you 1 drop this fan a a love Story mils like a thread of Virgin Gold through this Remc doubly exciting drama of the underground Dens of san Francisco s Chinatown. Real chinese hundreds of them lend sinister color to the remarkable scenes in the most famous Quarter of its kind in the world. A Gold Wyn picture Wodtli a typical Goldwyn cast. Fun int air met Gouverneur Morris famous tory a tale of two worlds a Frank Hoyd production is the Best automobile buy in America he claims Nash leads the world / in motor car value in a sweeping assertion of superiority he goes the limit and states in terms without qualification that even cars costing $500 More than the Nash cannot equal them in performance. Some statement but a buddy is ready to stand Back of it. 55 55 a Casco teas a 45c 14 la pkg 12c is la pkg 23c whatever your taste May to. We know we Ca it please you. Five Quality blends to choose from Plain Black. Mixed old country style India Ceylon Orange Pekoe. Flour a Quot 59c Gold Seal and All Mill brands your Choice of Gold Seal. Pillsbury. Gold medal or any Brand in Stock. A Asco Quot baking powder la can 17c new pack Calif new pack Calif. Eva. Peaches a it 19c Eva. Apricots u. 29c pack fancy Golden dates pkg 19c a Casco a Boneless codfish Brick 19c threaded codfish pkg 9c 3 pkg for 25c a a Ascot Cocoa .i/2 la can 15c a Asoo Quot pork and Beans. 3 cans for 25c fancy Calif. can 23c. 29c Best Pink can 10c hawaiian sliced 23c. 29c minced corned 9c 3 for 25c fancy Calif. . Can 28c a Casco Quot , 25c extra fancy Calif. can 35c Fels or p. Amp g. Naptha soap____5 bars for 27c buy your meats at an Asco meat Market you la save More Rump or round roast a a. 25c City dressed pork 25c selected 32c Rump or round Steak. La 25c finest cuts standing rib 28c Little Fig fresh roasting 20e thick end rib roast. La 20c Choice tender soup beef the 8c i 1 1 1 a a a a a a a a a Ihm in a i a Hmidi Iii l l i i Iii Ainali Iii William e. I 341 Jefferson ave. F i Degroot 5 phone3l0-Lv 1 i i la i i i i Bristol Penna. Ilium ill min Iii Iii Llly in Ollil ,,,i1iinl 1<tl Ujj frying fresh killed milk fed Broil Quot chickens stewing a 32c 55 pure sliced delicious cooked pork Lebanon country corned sausage Bologna scrapple beef la 32c Val 13c in 12c a to 10c fresh country sausage la 25c Large 6 la can supreme cooked corned beef 87c new made . 12y2c xxx r55.55555555555555555555555555555ss

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