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Bristol Bucks County Independent (Newspaper) - September 2, 1921, Bristol, Pennsylvania .v5 a Joe # Bucks county Independent Bristol pa., Friday september 2, 1921, a chit Chat continued from Page 2 another Accident at canal Bridge a clean Cut of 21% in the Price of potatoes woman fractures wrist in saving herself from falling into water at Jefferson Avenue instead of jiving to chronicle a death by drowning in the canal on monday evening at one of the on tuesday in two autos for an Outing with Hook and Lino at Fortesque n. J. Many incidents of the trip for rent House for rent Pond Street just off Jefferson Avenue inquire National hardware store Best White potatoes v4 pm 3% Tbs v2 pm 7y2 lbs25c Viz by 30 lbs$1.00 carefully selected. Big dry mealy potatoes that Cook like balls of flour. Sold by weight Only guaranteeing you your full Money a Worth. 410 Mill St. Is 22 is. Six Ujj Trade at the nearest Asco store Quot where Quality counts a a 305 Washington St. 217 Buckley St. Pond amp Lincoln ave. Or Howard Mcmullen or. And mrs. Harry b. Mcmullen and son. Harry motored last Friday to spend the week end at sea Side Heights. Or. Howard Mcmullen sailed yesterday for the Panama canal zone. Lbs Anna Macdonnell of Mill numerous death traps that Cross the Street and miss Emma Bailey of canal it is fortunate that Only a Dor Ranee Street intend spending the. Narrow escape from a watery grave week end and labor Day at Asbury has to he recorded. Park n. J. Returning from a trip to new York City on monday mrs. Leon mrs. John h. Snyder of Andalusia rim Stein of 1606 Farragut Avenue who has been seriously ill for j Harr or an. Left the p. R. R. Station months a so fully recovered d a shortly before 7 p. M., Enro Ute to he Able to be a visit.01 this week with Home. Reaching the Edge of her sister mrs. H. Mcmullen. So in gig Bridge at Jefferson or and mrs. Samuel Edwards of Avenue a canal boat was approach Phil Idelthia pent the week end not being familiar with the with her sister mrs. T. Brownlee of i method of the boat striking the or Street hedge to swing it around allowing 555 Bath Street. The Bot to pass she was in the act miss Mary Rogers librarian it it i 0i stepping onto the planking when Bristol Library returns tomorrow Toi left ifs moorings. The sudden her duties after her vacation trip. Shock caused the lady to fail Back mrs Eliza Minster of Frankford wards on the Roadway escaping with is making an extended visit with her a slight fracture of the wrist Fortu Niece mrs. John Wear of Bath wet Sale twin Excelsior motor cannot be related of account of Lack j be goo 1 condition and Good of space but suffice it is 10 say. This Rupfer. B. E. Seifert 414 washing had excellent Luck with a total catch Street. Of Over 100 fish. A a bobs coi it Man carried off a he honors by catching a Large dog for rent eight Roo a House on Jefferson Avenue with All modern. Conveniences. Immediate Possession. Shark that required the assistance j la in i it. Independent office. Of several members of the party to. A a a land in the boat. Chief James Sackville of the local Force came next with a Spanish Mackerel yet it was left for a daddy diaries or gee to outclass them All by catching a Salmon which the other Fellows claim had been taken Troin Hoie in a they returned wednesday evening All at brow n As a Berry. Those who made the trip were. Messes Thomas Profy Bob Coleman George Townsend James Sackville. Charles Mcgee Charles Spinnelly j. Christopher Joe Hussey Fred Herman a a Ruby Gallagher and a a Nick Castor of Penn Street. Estate notice estate of Thomas m. Lee of Bristol Borough. Bucks county Pennsylvania. Letters testamentary on the above to stat Ltd having been granted the undersigned All persons indebted to the said estate Are requested to make immediate payment and those 111 claims to present the same without William j. Hoffman executor s-�?�-12-18 �?26-92-9 Bristol i a. B our stores wit close labor Day monday sept. 5, at noon g a a Ascot Coffee in 25 flavor will please you. Good things for your labor Day Outing Rich creamy cheese to 25c very tasty in sandwiches or baked with a a Ascot Macaroni. A a Ascot Mustard Jar 12c the Best absolutely pure made. A fancy Queen olives hot 10c, 20c be sure to put a bottle or two in your picnic Basket. �?oasco1 dried beef. Pm 10c Elkhorn Kraft cheese Ltd 12v2c fancy red Salmon. Can 25c Calif. Tuna fish Ltd a 10c, 15c potted meat can 5c. 10c a a Ascot a Peanut butter a class 9c pure jellies ass 10c assorted fruit jams. Jar 15c Uneeda biscuit pkg 6c, Nabisco waiters i k 10c big sour pickles. % it it it a 12c american maid Catsup 1 111 10c India relish. 1 01 it Princess salad dressing Bot 25c schimmers salad dressing 12c waxed lunch paper. .11,11 4c pure Cream mints a 25c Lemon drops in 29c Hershey a Choc. Bellela 25c a s c o Ginger ale Root Beer Sarsaparilla j Bot buy a dozen Over labor Day. 12vk $1.45 dozen assorted for pure Crape juice it Bot 23c a very nourishing and economical thirst quencher. Fancy Domestic sardines 3 cans for 10c your Choice of Oil or Mustard dressing. Victor bread big loaf made from the preset ingredients. The 6c s big Gest bread v Alue sold today. Five big fruit values fancy Calif. Peaches big can 29c fancy Calif. Apricots big can 29c fancy Calif cherries big can 35c hawaiian sliced pineapple. Big can 29c hawaiian grated pineapple Small can 11c a a extra fancy selected fruit fully matured and packed in a delicious sugar syrup. Jake advantage of our Low prices and Stock up. A a Ascot Corn flakes a 7c those who have tasted a a Ascot Corn flakes say a the Best they Ever ate. Take advantage of this special Price. A so a a a a. No matter where you go or How much More you . You cannot get any better cup satisfaction 52 than the famous a a Ascot blend. Try a Pound today. We know its delightful Aroma and satisfying Yaj 52 52 52 52 52 55 52 52 52 55 52 52 55 xxx xxx it a xxx 52 52 xxx 52 yet xxx 52 52 52 55 xxx 52 52 55 52 52 52 xxx xxx 52 52 52 n a. 52 xxx six 55 52 55 52 55 xxx 55 55 xxx x xxx sex 55 52 55 55 55 55 xxx Best Pink Salmon. Tall can 11c Choice Norway Mackerel 3 for 10 minced corned beef 1tb can 10c Sun Sweet Cal. Prunes to 10c, 17 a a Ascot cornstarch pkg 7c a a Ascot Macaroni 3 pkg for 25c Vincent Callahan of Langhorne Lias returned to his Home after a weeks visit with his grandmother mrs. Margaret Callahan of 202 Buckley Street. His brother Maurice is now Here spending a week. Mrs. George Louderbough of 58 3 Bali Street and miss Hazel spent that week end with relative. In Philadelphia. Louis Dugan who now makes Bis Home in Philadelphia and is a relative of mrs. Michael Downs of Buckley Street broke his instep recently and was taken to the Samaritan Hospital where he is improving. Or. And mrs. F. E. Sellman and three daughters left Bristol on wednesday where they have made their Hong for nearly two years to make their future residence in Elizabeth n. J. Or. And mrs. William Fitzgerald left on saturday to spend a few Days with friends at Carlisle. Or. And mrs. William Buckman leave tomorrow to spend two weeks at Lake Mohawk n. Y. Misses Marian and Ruth Albert son of West Philadelphia have returned to their Homes after spend ing a week with their aunt. Mrs. Harry Clayton of 202 Mill Street. Mrs. Anni Sturman of Germantown is making an extended visit with her sister mrs. James Archer of Maple Beach. Miss Mary Conly of Mill Street has returned after a weeks visit with friends in Trenton. While there she attended a dance in Princeton. Miss Annie Reiley of Philadelphia. Los been spending a week with her aunt. Mrs. Annie Burke of 214 Radcliffe Street. Or. And mrs. Edward a. Holden of Narbeth have returned from a trip by Auto through new England and Are spending the remainder o1 or. Ii Olden a vacation Days with mrs. Holden smother. Or. And mrs. Frank Bald in of Pine Grove. Mrs. Hellyer and Niece miss Thelma Smith both of 206 Cedar Street spent the week end with relative. At Bridgeboro a . George Gunson. Of West Philadelphia has returned to her Home after spending a week with Hei i Istir. Mrs. We. J. Davis of 209 Cedar Street. Or. And mrs. Thomas g. Hawkes. Of dem by left on saturday last tor a three weeks tour by Auto to Portland. Me., stopping at other Points of interest. Brately it a ing herself from a dive into the canal where the oncoming boat would have prevented a Rescue. 38th a. E. Zion c0nv. Is most successful on wednesday 130 delegates comprising both sexes of the Philadelphia i suit superintendents Depan re i of the a. E. Church arrived. Here for their 8tji annual com to on which continued in afternoon end morning sessions until thursday Noort. Housing Ace Ommo Dation for the Many delegates were at a in t us Here and members of the local Church kindly opened their Homes for Tutie visitors making their stay Here quite comfortable. Yesterday afternoon w Ith the closing of their business the entire gut tiring visited Burlington Island Park where the time was spent enjoying the amusements and picturesque seem s of that resort. L have on hand a Large Stock of electrical equipment to take care of All sorts of contract work. Prices the lowest owing to the fact that this material i w As bought on a Low Market and All Cash discounts were taken advantage of the Lime to make those electrical changes is now. A daddy my gee catches Salmon not a can a party composed of local business men a it tired clerks and chauffeurs with a representative of the local polio Force left Lierck at Midnight Alfred Tomesani \ a electrical contractor phone 387-j. In Ritko Otid to Impf str pros / Bristol a. Choice Quality peas can i2v2c new goods just arrived. Lay in your w interns Supply at this Low a a Ascot pork and Beans can 10c Quality Beans at a bargain Price. Asco teas 1-4 la. Pkg 12c i a la pkg 23c�?lb 45c the i fore Mussier you Are about your Cunot Tea the easier it is for us please you. Five Quality blends Plain Black. Mixed old country style Orange Pekoe int a Ceylon. Gold sea flour 12 to bag 67e the Best and most economical flour for making bread muffins and nil kinds of pastry. Coconut Macaroon wafers la 18c a very tasty Titbit. This special Price while they last. The ways and Means committee of the Langhorne country club will bold a card party tomorrow evening g Arthur Fine wants to bet on his ren0minati0n big week end Sale \ swifts lean picnics. To 15c High Grade beef finest Cut standing rib roast. It 28c Hump or round stuck la 30c thick end rib roast to 18c All sirloin 35c Small stockinette regular hams. V to 30c hot weather specialities ready to serve sliced meat loaf m la 12c whole pieces la 4qe sliced luncheon Roll 1 la 12e whole pieces to 40e sliced boiled Ham to 18c whole hams to 60c sliced Large Bologna 1 i to 13c whole pieces to 22c Arthur Fine of Cedar Street who Samim to be a candidate to succeed himself in Council at the coming primaries is going around town this week with a Chip on his shoulder offering to bet that he will be returned to Council this year. A ideally tie thinks the people Havi forgotten that he never raised i voice in Council to eliminate the eyesore of a Borough wharf located in a Ward lie has successfully misrepresented. 1 2 2 / a a 5 / / 5 2 2 5 2 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. Low Cut shoes Lor men while they last t sliced Lebanon Bologna. % to 13c a. Whole pieces la 22c cooked corned beef % to 13c 1 la 22c Premium cooked Boneless pigs feet it. Jar 40c it. Jar 70c Premium cooked Boneless Lamb tongues it. Jar 40c 1 it. Jar 70c cooked spiced and vinegar pickled fresh killed milk fed stewing 39c xxi xxx a a xxx / xxx / so j g 55 2 55 2 m i u / 5 xxx it. It a. X 55 2 55 2 52 2 55 2 552 xxx m / 25 2 25 25 25 25 25 5 s38j5jc8c8tsscss8tsg8ks3c8cst5s gscssgsjk8s5ssstss5sg 25 25 25 25 25 xxx Beautiful More Beautiful most Beautiful science can assist and until the super latin e a a1tained our facials work wonders Bristol Beauty parlor Eluto room 110 Forrest bldg. A pen every evening when such Fine shoes As these Are so greatly reduced in Price As we have reduced them in this Sale no Man who has an Eye to his pocket Book can a lord to Overlook the Opportunity. Not just a limited number of shoes in our stores have been Cut this Way but the entire Stock including the popular Brogue and English models for which we have had such a great demand this season. No matter what leather or style you want you will Imd it in this Sale at these greatly reduced prices. Come tomorrow while the selection is still big. A Newark shoes for men and women $4, $5 and $6 a none higher. Largest Chain of shoo store in the United state. Bristol store 231 Mill St., Between Cedar and Wood its. Open evenings a

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