Bristol Bucks County Independent in Bristol, Pennsylvania 28 Oct 1921
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Bristol Bucks County Independent (Newspaper) - October 28, 1921, Bristol, Pennsylvania
Bucks county Independent. Bristo. A. Friday. October 28. 1921. Chit Chat by miss Esther Lawrence or. And mrs. Claud Haines and daughter of get Man town will spend the week end with mrs. Haines parents or. And mrs. It. Hendricks of 611 Cedar Street. They will return to their Home on tuesday. Or. And mrs. H. W. Moat of Camden were the week end guests of or. Most a sister. Mrs. Lewis j. Evan of Dorrance Street. Or. And mrs. Horace Kline and in of Frederick. Md., were week i and guests of or. Klines Mother mrs. L. Schiveley of Harriman. Miss Bessie Moor of Philadelphia was the week end guest of miss Claudia m&gi11, of Swain Street. Mrs. Wiliam Appleton of Riding ton recently spent three Days w Ith friends in Trenton. Mrs. Win. L. Clair of Pitman. N. J., is spending a week with her neice mrs. Jacob Schmidt sr., of Otter Street. Mrs. Lewis j. Deva ii was hostess at her Home on Dorrance Street to card club no. 6 on tuesday afternoon. Or. And mrs. William David and daughter. Miss Mary of Jenkintown will spend the week end with or. And mrs. L. Be an. Sewing club no. 2 was entertained. On tuesday evening by miss Bertha Smoyer at her Home on Lin Den Street. Mrs. Harold Mitchenor of Cheater and daughter Are spending a few weeks with mrs. Mitchener a parents or. And mrs. Albert Dodson of i Radcliffe Street. David Pike formerly of Bristol now of Oak i a be was the recent guest of or. And mrs. Tethering i ton of Mayness Lane. Miss Laura pop1, of 52k Linden Street and miss Jennie Chambers of 255 Wood Street will spend the i week end w it. Miss Popes is Tor it Philadelphia. Miss Gertie of Neil of Philadel 1 Plizia Sirni the week end with mrs. John Duffy of 804 Pine Street. Or. Frank Lehman has returned it to his Home after a weeks visit with his parents in Chambersburg. Mrs. Albert Dodson of Radcliffe j Street is up tiding several weks with tier husband in Palmerton j or. Dodson holds a position with the state Highway. Mrs. James White of Tullytown i was the Over night guest last Friday i of mrs. Schuyler White of 34 1 Lafayette Street. Or. Horace Dyson of Philadelphia was to overnight guest of or. And mrs. Joseph Wright of 260 Wood Street on october 20th. Or. Dyson was an attendant on thai evening of the dance Given at elks Home. Or. George Boland who holds a position in new York City pent the week end with his Francily at 3 49 Madison Street. Miss Nellie Booz. Of Fairview n. J., spent the week end with her parents. Or. And mrs. Win. Booz of 2 24 Cedar Street. Or. And mrs. William Smith of yes i m is. Raymond a a it s toasted of course. To Seal in the flavor Wright and son William of 325 Otter Street have i returned from a two weeks visit with parents at Elmhurst Island. Or. Moses bothers of Buckingham. Was the recent guest for Sev mrs. I 11-Linden Street. Mary Mcllvain entertained at bet Home la t thursday eve King card i club no. I and miss Katherine heating was the hostess in-1 evening to i the same c Lub. Gaippe Hall in on recent Era Days with Bis lit ice Lam Brink of 550 miss Lyda Lei of r led and miss Elizabeth Carr expect to i a Bris ted on november 4th, to spend a a week with friends at Penn state College. I hey will be entertained i while there at a House party at the j a the to Chi fraternity Home. No vein Ber 5th, known a Pennsylvania i j Day will lie celebrated with up Cia j ceremonies. The y. M. A. Will hold a the presbyterian banquet saturday november 26th. The ladies Aid of Edgely Union Church a masked social at the Chape last evening. Iii new books to i for Reading and giving s0000000 a men s underwear of 149 mrs. Richard Myers get Street entertained Jewing club i no. 4 last ism Belay of let noon. Or. And mrs. L. P. Boos and j daughter. Miss Margaret boo of j Menlo Park cal., were week end guests of or. And mrs. Richard Mirr. Of 149 Otter Street miss i Margaret graduated act Spring from the University of California Ami Bas been ordained As a deaconess of the episcopal Church. Miss Booz a is now enjoying her two months vacation. I or. And mrs. E. B. Finney and i two children Are spending several j Days this week with mrs. Fin news i parents. Or. And mrs. T. F. Donnelly i it Mayness Lane. Adele Meyers was a dinner and Over night guest on tuesday of Mio Registar of West Philadel a the Pride of Palomar a Peter b. Kyrie. A Ursular Trent by w George. A the 4 horsemen of apocalypse by Ibanez. A main Street by Sinclair _ i i Lewis. Of i x to to of i a a a i a a a a v i f a a t rite master of Many by h. Caille. A the obstacle race by e. M. Dell. A the sheikh by e. M. Hull. A the mysterious hider by Zane Grey. Tarzan the terrible and a Tarzan the untamed by Burrows. Hanes underwear in shirts and drawers sizes 32 to Iii ribbed fleeced a 75c Hanes ribbed Union suits sizes 40, heavy ribbed fleeced at $1.50 0 h a 0 is a a my a 0 is a q i to watch this space books each week. For new in ii a Wright s pharmacy j a to 7 Tufty t it Jutt spending several weeks son. Benjamin Siiberg. Of 212 Jefferson Avenue. Mrs. Charles p. Lyons of Bogota n a is spending a week with her Tater mrs. Edgar Opdyke of Washngton Street. Joseph Mulligan of new York i ingerly of Bristol is paying a visit his week with his Friend. Fred it Vring. Or. Mulligan is a student f Columbia University. Or. And mrs. Jacob c. Schmidt or. F Cedar Street spent the v Eek Ena with relatives in Glassboro n. I cd it Vyp mrs. Sillier of Philadelphia. Isl500 Pond Street spent the week end with her with relatives in Frankford. Mrs. Smith viewed the military Parade or sunday in Philadelphia. Or. Hoffman of Norristown. Or. And mrs. Ranker misses Laura Seitter and Carrie Marshall motored on sunday to be the guests of or. And mrs. A. H. Hall of 303 Walnut Street. Or. And mrs. Robert Patterson of 1015 Pond Street were the week end guests of relatives in Morrisville. Mrs. William Volga anti daughter. Miss Mary were week end guests of mrs. Emil Metzgar War. And mrs. Harry Wright of 235 card club no. 9. On to Radcliffe Street. Mrs. Win. S. Taylor of Philadelphia was the week end guest Aith a Home of. Captain Burnett land ret a 628 Radcliffe Street. Miss Helen for of Burlington. N. J., spent the week end with her brother Russel Force of 616 Pond Street. Mrs. In Miller of Cornwells leaves to Duy to spend three Days with her sister mrs. A. L. Morgan of Washington d. C., formerly miss. Lyra Somerfield of Bristol. Blanche Tibia. Or. And mrs. Louis c. Spring of 817 Radcliffe Street will entertain about thirty of their friends at a masked card party tomorrow evening. Miss Lyda Leibfried and miss Elizabeth Carr entertained on the 22nd. Two state College boys who i re in i is Vicinity or a tour of inspection of chemical plants. 123-7 Mux Street j or. Krottje of the optical co., of Mil Street to make a business chair doctor will take up business ooh at tier hostess to Day after Home on Beaver Street. Mrs. Raymond Wright pending several weeks has been with her parents at Elmhurst Long Island. Rev. L. A. Dyer of Tullytown at ended last week the convention of die Christian missionary Alliance held in the Arch Street methodist Church. Philadelphia. Miss Rita Keating of South i Ang Horne. Was the Quot we a and guest of her aunts. The misses heating of 521 Linden Street. Mrs. Chester Stover of 339 Dorrance Street has returned to her Home after four weeks visit with friends and relatives at water Gap. The sewing class of Edgely met on thursday afternoon at the Home of mrs. Philip Warner. Bristol j is about i a. The j Iii Phil i ail Plizia. Between november u t and i november 10th. On wednesday evening. Mrs John a Philips of Edgely was Given a Tare j i Well Surprise at her Home prior to j or. And mrs. Phelps and family go i ing to Philadelphia to Mak their j future abiding place there. The of i Tail was Given and conducted Ivy the i ladies Aid society of which mrs. I Phelps is a member. Blankets Gray bite and i an g6x80, extra heavy Quality .$1.00 value $2.95 silk petticoats ladies silk petticoats Jersey Silks in All the new shades at $2.95 Black sateen petticoats full sizes Good Quality sateen extra sizes at $1.00 w bite sateen petticoats at 95c. Ladies White Cambric petticoats 50c ladies Outing flannel petticoats Large sizes Good Quality 50c a 0 0 0 a n 0 0 0. 0 0 is in Vul m a a a a a a my my Mim. M a my a g hmm a k my. A 0 a expects to join on sunday ii mrs. Frank Heling. Of Edgely attended the convocation last a. On a wednesday held in Hie episcopal j1 a 1 a. Iv11�?T. V Church of Chestnut he. Aka no a a Ripe a or 1ukh. Norristown i and surrounding country and will mrs Benjamin Hancock of Edge remain with relatives in German by has returned after a to her town Over night. Parents in Lawrenceville. A. A of r a a. V j Bliss Mary Mcge no by of Pine miss Ellen Gilkeson returned Street entertained for three Days Home Early in the week after a four this week. Miss Katharine Dora and month s visit with relatives in As miss Genevieve a tidy. Of Wilkes Bury Park. Bane. In mar 4w h44 8 he 4 <5 he Kwh a it a a i i for halloween fresh fancy fruit Anc vegetables butter eggs and cheese Wawa Market House f in a a i i j v a i f i a i t i la Astiz i signed Platinum coloured by hand a variety of subjects to please every taste Wrights pharmacy 123 Mill Street a a a 5 a 5 a a a a v 5 a m4 it a a a j 4 8 a of 4 v a it t it a f ? a i a i paper hanging done properly. Country Trade solicited. Estimates cheerfully furnished. William a. Gallagher phone 88-j 517 Bath Street in pm no car owner is immune automobile accidents Are no respecter of localities. They Hap pc alike on crowded streets and lonely country reads. 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 los that is sit3 to come some Day. Etna ize the it Etna Auto plan protects you against every insurable motoring risk. Let us Tell you about its Many advantages today Pearson a phone 74m Bristol a. 0 mad do my. And a a and. Adma Adma 0 Hamma a m Mamma mama mama mama a Ama Al a a Mamma Amama mama mama a v a Akam. A m Akam am Akaka i jag err James f. Blanche real estate and insurance phone 2s9 w. 325 Radcliffe Street. Bristol. A. Min him in in int own u real estate insurance we Issue Bonds and write insurance covering the following lines fire automobile Public burglary and theft riot and civil commotion goods in transit Daylight robbery and Holdup treasurers and contractors Bonds Bristol i Roper lies an i business locations on Mill Street for Sale Gilkeson amp James 205 Radcliffe Street Bristo. To. 4 a it Forrest Block Bristol a. V w i x a 4 a a it a it Ltd 4 4 announcement a 4 in it it ii ii ii ii i it i 4 t i the Butterfly gift shop 21 3 Radcliffe Street will open at an Early Date with a line of gifts and favors for All occasions. Pottery China pictures candles serving trays coasters vanities fancy boxes and perfume bottles Bridge scores tallies greeting cards and a variety of hand made articles. We will also have gifts suitable for men and for tile new baby. A. _. 45 a full line of fall and Winter underwear for ladies cents girls and boys sweaters pull overs sport Coats and Cardigan jackets. W ool Hose for ladies and gents. Yard goods a specially. Flannel night Robes and pyjamas. John j. Mcgee United cigars five unequalled 10c cigars �?o7 he Uptown a Tore Wood and Lafayette streets 9 9 phone 413 our watch for opening announcement Orlando Sumatra wrapped h Ivana Media Perfecto size d Box of 50 $5.00 a a Ricordo Porto Rico u a \ Corona size i i Box of 50 $5 00 Al ask Benefactor Sumatra wrapped Havana blend invincible size i f Box of 50 $5.00 a a Havana american tamps made Havana a \ regalia Keina size Box of 50 $5.00 Spencer a leaded Havana 4 a arms Olio goo i us extra t done to believe that All the Joys been taken out Ai life. It s up to you to ask your dealer you la be surprised you know the Type of Cigar you like Best whether Sumatra wrapped Havana. Sumatra wrapped Havana blend. Porto rican. Tampa made Havana or blended Havana Etc. Above Are the different Typ 0f cigars we sell at ten it its each ten dollars per bandied. Ii this is about your Price just put to the test the honesty of our statement that a a no matter what pc of Cigar you like you can get the Best Cigar for your Money in a United Cigar Tracy amp Baker Harriman a a Ico Farragut ave. Bristol 245 Mill Street 8444�T�44�?T8mi<�?Tj Vav <4 a hot v a v Vav Hgt
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