Bristol Bucks County Independent in Bristol, Pennsylvania
28 Oct 1921

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28 Oct 1921

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Bristol Bucks County Independent (Newspaper) - October 28, 1921, Bristol, Pennsylvania Forrest theatre it the Forrest of features tonight the woman he loved the woman lie wronged ? the woman who hated him 9 Only the Blind Man knew a voice in the dark saturday Jack Pickford in just out of College what would you do if you had $20,000 and had to double it in sixty Days or lose your girl vaudeville Warwick Leight Trio Lane amp Johnson a Midnight chauffeurs Robinette a Joe Morris Trio a a songs of the Day monday the wonderful picture nation. Of the wonderful stage play of the same name. The most stupendous picture production Ever shown the Public. See the wonderful scenes of the dessert. See it see it macs column Bucks county Independent. Bristol. Pa., Friday october 28. 1921. Kick at smoking on trolley cars mibs Myra Johnson manager of the local office of the Western Union Telegraph co., is spending a week s vacation at her Home in Berlin my. During mias Johnson a absence miss Ella burholder of Lancaster now of the superintendents office of the company in Philadelphia is in charge. Miss Jane Meginley with miss Mary Dougherty who spent several Days of the past week visiting friends in new York City returned to their Home on Buckley Street on sunday. Or. William Brady of Corson i Street has accepted a position As clerk with Charles Singer of stick Jay Street. Aloy. Us Griffith chauffeur for or. W. T. Wilson of Riverside Bloomsdale journeyed to Rahway new Jersey on monday for a touring car that had to he l it there on saturday for repairs while Evroule to new York. Or. Franklin Yeuin of tam a qua is spending some time As the guest of or. And mrs. Charles Koch of Wood Street. Rev. Jenne pastor of St. Anne italian Church spent monday and tuesday on business in new York. The Clif mount country club will give an invitation masque Ball in Franklin Hall to Morrow evening As a halloween Celebration. Or. William Leonard formerly employed by the emergency Fleet corporation at Harry loan now a prominent merchant of Waterbury Conn. Motored Here with his brother last week and spent several Days at the Home of miss Mary Strong of Radcliffe Street. Or. Harry Vandegrift of Pine Street formerly employed with the estate of the John Irwin Coal co. On Buckley Street has accepted a position with Bristol so you n Baker Theodore Gratz of Dorrance and Wood streets. The one who registers it evidently is not a smokers should be stopped editor of the Independent. Dear sir one sees in your paper at times an advertisement of the local trolley company a. King for suggestions for the betterment of its service and particularly requesting that Moi e people use if cars. The writer suggests that if the management of the company would insist that the a no smoking sign in its cars be made to mean something there would disappear one of the reasons Why some people do not use the cars excepting under compulsion of circumstances. Having occasion to use the cars at times Between Torres Dale and Trenton during various periods of the Day i am struck with the prevalence of the smoking habit in them and recall one occasion when the conductor himself seeing nobody in his car but myself deliberately lighted a cigarette and smoked it without asking whether it might be agreeable to Bis passenger. Now common politeness demands that when men want to smoke they shall ask permission of those with whom they might be in company or at least ask if it is obnoxious or not. It is getting to lie nowadays however that men Are losing their sense of decent behaviour and some of them who have been seen Sniok-1 ing in the local trolley cars recently would be offended did anybody hint that they were not gentlemen. Y it we Are taught that no gentleman will deliberately annoy another per son. I it goes without saying that smok i ing is a dirty habit. Even those who smoke will admit that much. It is also True that while More men Ere smoking to Day than Ever before there still remain the great major Ity of women who do not smoke and very very Many gentlemen to whom smoke is obnoxious and sometimes nauseous. There Are Many people to whom the Osife Rusness of a dirty pipe and a vile cigarette to quote the worst elements Are sickening. Smoke offends their nostrils smarts their eyes injures the delicate Membranous tissues of the nose and Throat and frequently causes illness. 1 hese Arlt a the serious sides of the matter to which the unthinking smoker gives apparently no attention. He deliberately interferes with the right of passengers to ride without molestation and yet too Many of his like who a throw a fit and whine about the abuse of his a personal Liberty if any organization with the determined intention of suppressing the smoking habits especially in Public. When one would smoke in private that is his own affair but he has to Shadow of a right to interfere with the Comfort and pleasure of those who have the same right to use the Public highways and conveyances As himself. It is bad enough to those of us who abhor smoking to have to Bear the annoyance of so much of it As we pass along but when we Are forced to suffer it in Public conveyances without any redress then the smoker becomes a Public Nui Sance and an intolerable menace. F am not As you see going into the i on Ami cons of the hygienic Side of smoking but Only into that Side of it which concerns the non smoker. I know Many ladies who will not use the local trolley unless compelled to do so simply because of the growing intolerable condition which selfishly inclined smokers have produced and i know of some who have been subjected to ridicule by the smokers themselves and co Bertly by the conductors when their inability to stand smoke has caused them to complain or Call the attention of the culprits to the a no smoking sign in the cars. The company management it seems to me Light to Stop the abuse. If not. Then other Means ought to be sought by which the intolerable nuisance shall be prevented and the smokers taught lessons of politeness and common decency. Respectfully yours a rider. Polish them your Light glasses can be polished beautifully with some crumpled newspaper which has been dipped in paraffin. W. H. Townend Carpenter 308 Washington Street jobbing work done Send postcard Best it. Corn Meall /2c i Home made scrapple \ 95c la. Billy sunday hits Trail against film censorship 1 la 9c 2 lbs 17c 3 lbs 25c fresh Home made sausage fresh Home dressed pork and Best cuts of beef at lowest Market Price 336 Dorrance is. Phone 106 g. A. Hussey grocer los Angeles oct. 24.�?Billy sunday has been is fact the noted evangelist Lias a hit the Trail in the cause of anti motion picture censorship. The a a conversion occurred during a recent \ Isit of Billy sunday and his family Here. To Cecil b. Demilth goes the credit for helping the a a convert see the Light. And it was done in such a simple manner. De Mille put the following question to 1 he eve in Geist a if you were forbidden to use the name of god in your sermons what would you do a a i would be out of business a sunday replied. A a that a exactly where we will find ourselves if the extremists of censor boards have their returned Demille. To which Billy sunday replied a i get you and ill help you. Just watch a in discussing the Justice of establishing censor boards to dictate what shall and what shall not be seen 011 the screen the evangelist vehemently remarked a there is no More Justice in allowing a few people to say what films shall be shown than there would be in setting up an atheist to teach a sunday the Best food obtainable in the Market Well cooked in a sanitary Kitchen at fair prices is the outstanding reason Why you should Dine at Townsend a 227 Mill Street Bristol Why Hudson Utility appeals to business men no Hudson owner forgets this fact in his appreciation of super six Economy. He knows Hudson is the supreme performance Type among All the worlds cars. Its Stock car records in Speed Hill climbing acceleration and endurance have never been matched. Engineers who aim at such performance distinction usually ignore such elements of Economy As fuel Oil and tire mileage. But Hudson a notable Speed its 72% added Power and 80% greater efficiency Means no extra Cost in its operation. Its Speed and Power do not come from great motor size and High fuel consumption. The exclusive super six principle gets 76 h. P., from i a Light conventional motor that formerly developed 42 h. At maximum. Vibration that wasted about half the Power of the conventional Type is almost eliminated by this Type. Nearer approach does not seem possible. That Means that even extraordinary Calls impose no Strain or abuse on Hudson. It accounts for the Way Hudson retain new car ability when they have grown old in Point of years and use. It removes the costly Burden and annoyance of frequent repairs and service attention. With All the other desirable things men find in Hudson this accounts also for the additional Triumph of True Economy. Table marked the Marks in your i yet a Hlat de table such As those a will yield to paraffin. He with a soft cloth. _ manufacture of window shades and awnings Auto windows replaced. Charles h. Ancker general upholsterer 240 Mill Street Nabisco wafers la la Quality counts _ _ and so do the dollars you save at the a a Ascot stores 410 Mill St. 305 Washington St. 217 Buckley St. Pond amp Lincoln ave. A a Ascot Coffee in 0f.,b/ really Aell Cious Coffee you�?T11 like a i want it plan enables us to sell h at about half the i ice charged elsewhere for coffees of the same High Grade. 25c everything needful for the halloween frolic n. B. C. Macaroons. Fancy California almonds. A it 37c i Large Brazil nuts. Fancy filberts. Fancy walnuts. Very Best mixed nuts. A 25c ? California seedless raisins. Pfc i 20c a a Ascot Peanut butter. A it 15c pure jellies. Glass i0c Textor preserves. Jar 25c 4 Best pure Apple butter. Ran Lac a bakery a shredded Coconut. Pkg 7c. 14c i bakery a Coconut fresh grated. A in 15c n. B. C. Spiced wafers. Not 19c 1 a a Ascot Ginger ale. But 12i/zc i a a Ascot pretzels. A per 19e a a Ascot Mustard. Jar 12c fancy Queen olives. But 10c. 20c fancy stuffed olives. Bot 12c. 22c t Best candles. A fresh candies a t Jelly drops. It 25c t Lemon drops. It 23c 1 Cream mints. It 25c i Hershey a chocolate Bells. It 25c suced dried beef pkg 7c our regular 10c package Cut to 7c for this week Only. Sliced As thin As a wafer very tender and tasty. Can 12v2cchoice p tender c3.s a a Ascot sifted peas can 19c a a Ascot extra sifted peas can 25c a a Ascot teas a 45c gift pkg 12c i/2 Ftp amp 23c five it Quality blends to choose from pick your favorite Plain Black old country style India Ceylon Orange Pekoe mixed. Asco Macaroni 9c3 for 25c pulverized or confectionery sugar in pkg 9c cube sugar la 8c a a Ascot buckwheat a 10c self rising All the necessary ingredients even milk. Just add water and pour on griddle. A a Ascot table syrup can 9c 3 cans 25c Victor bread big loaf 6c a big. W Holesome loaf for Only six cents. The equal of the Best Home made you Ever ate. Gold Seal Oats milled fresh packed fresh pkg 10c sold fresh the very choicest White Oats grown steamed and rolled easily prepared very appetizing and nourishing. A a Ascot threaded codfish pm g 9c 3 for 25c a a Ascot sliced Bacon. Pkg 17c a a Ascot Cocoa. Viz it 15c Best Lima Beans. 1b 10c new Calif. Eva. Peaches. .1b 19c new Calif. Eva. Apricots. It 29c Youngs hand soap. Can 6i/2c Fels naptha soap. Amp g. Naphtha soap. Cake j 5 cakes 27c Quality canned fruits at these remarkably you to Lay in your win and save Money. Hawaiian grated hawaiian sliced hawaiian sliced California sliced Choice California fancy California fancy California fancy California fancy California fancy California pineapple pineapple pineapple peaches. Peaches. Peaches. Cherries. Cherries. Apricots. Plums. Low prices ter Supply. Med can med can. Big can. Tall can. Big can. Big can med can. Big can. Big can. Big can it will pay buy now 19c Doz 23c Doz 29c Doz 16c Doz 23c Doz 29c Doz 28c Doz 35c Doz 29c Doz 25c Doz $2.25 $2.70 $3.40 $1.85 $2.70 $3.40 $3.30 $4.10 $3.40 $2.90 $3 have you Ever tasted the delicious Louella butter the finest butter in America if not try a Pound today we know it will More than please you. Rich creamy cheese in 2 5c very Good Snappy cheese. Big week end meat specials All smoked hams in. 23c owing to existing conditions you should buy either a whole or half Ham. Native beef Rump or round roast. To it 25c Rump or round Steak. A la 25c Best cuts finest standing rib. La 28c thick end rib roast. In 20c lean soup reef in 7c City dressed pork City dressed pork chops or roasts. Ib25c selected cuts. In 32c Wrights service garage Otter and Bath streets Bristol a. Little pig roasting 20c frying fresh killed milk fed �3? chickens stewing la 32c new made . 12y2c Large marrow Bone

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