Bristol Bucks County Independent in Bristol, Pennsylvania 23 Sep 1921
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Bristol Bucks County Independent (Newspaper) - September 23, 1921, Bristol, Pennsylvania
Bucks county Independent. Bristol. A. Friday. September 23. 1921. Chit Chat by miss Esther Lawrence mins Marian Watkins of 928 mansion Street has returned to her to Filion in the p. Ii. R station at or by City. Or coppers of Imp Man miss miss Gertrude Levy and or. Leinbacher of Newark n. J., motored on saturday to spend the weekend with the misses Dawson. Mrs. Susanna Dawson of 617 Beaver Street has returned from a two weeks visit with a Friend in Germantown. Mrs. William e. Davis of Beaver Street joined friends from Philadelphia on tuesday and attended the Allentown fair. Yes miss Doris Aion Street is spending with her father of Belmar mrs. Edward coppers of 909 Man to Sion Street has returned to Lier Home after spending two weeks at Belmar n j., where her husband is employed. Ernest e. Baff and daughter i Marian and son. Albert or. a month rid mrs. William Andrew of a it a In brooch in tights n. Will spend the week end As the guests of miss i Elizabeth Crichton 312 Walnut sins while or. And mrs. Thomas Hanford and three children of Over a Brookw ill he the Day guests to j its toasted of course. To Seal in the flavor a Michael Rago and brother 903 Inlet Street entered last monday the evening class of the Trenton mrs. A. Jones of Delanco. Was the Over night guest of or. K. K. Hue of 930 mansion Street. I Morrow. Pipit ,1 mias Cornelia Carr who makes j her Home in Chicago but has been a a d t ,. Taking care of her sister mrs. Sid-1 Industrial Art school. Arri Clum Mon in is now Asitim mrs. F. And carpentry will engage the Allen-1 Brof 40 Lilliel str it. Ton of these ambitious boys. Mrs. Earl Zimmerman of of. Car Niel is visiting her parents or. And mrs. William Boyd of 925 Beaver Street. Mrs. Z till Mer Man was called Ellis be. Ratchiffe of 901 Garden i Here on account of the extreme mistreat. Is serving As assistant flee j of Lier grandmother. Trial Engineer it tin american miss Katherine Amel of Yardley Bosch Magneto co., of spi inf Mil it it k end with or. Anc i as8, mrs. Marry Arnold of 311 Radcliffe mrs. James Wheeler and Haugli Street ter of 693 mansion Street have re or Ani my Kun amp i h poor of gently returned from a several do a a Phil Adelphia were week end guests i visit to Atlantic thy. of or. And mrs. Charles l. William-1 miss Isabel meters of Philadel in of 309 Radcliffe Street phia is staying for the present with John mag an Ltd John Hinton of her sister. Mrs. Thomas Tanner no Albania Lle spending two weeks 911 Garden Street. Mrs. William y. Gallagher and son. Of 738 Bea or Street has re turned from a weeks trip to Atlantic City. Or. William Skehan recently purchased and is occupying ii in new Home at 689 mansion Street. Or. Skehan and family moved from 82 7 Garden Street about three weeks ago. Or. John coolers of Philadelphia was a recent guest for three clays of his sister mrs. Mary Booz of 699 Garden Street. Collum Rogers of 699 mansion Street has accepted a position with the Chevrolet Agency of Mill Street. Or. And mrs. John of Brien and daughter. Miss Gertrude of Philadelphia will spend two Days next week As the guests of or. And mrs. James Wheeler. Or. George Dougherty of fait Crest Cornwall Heights recently entertained seven of his friends from in my Island for several Days. Harry Snyder of 675 Garden Street has accepted a position wit i the Victor talking machine comp-1 any of Camden n. Mrs. John marking of 719 Gar j Den Street has returned after a weeks visit in Atlantic City. Neil Ward of t has returned from to Asbury Park. Or. Cella Gallagher of Washington d. C., was a week end guest of the misses Barrett of 624 Beaver Street. Miss Mary Mcgee of Beaver Street spent the week end with her aunt in Burlington. Or. Elwood Rue was tile weekend guest of or. And mrs. Harvey r. Walton of Andalusia. 17 Garden Street a three Days trip with their aunt mrs. F. Larrissey of 64 9 Pine Street. Or. And mrs. Be teem moved pc ter Day from Beaver to Mill Street. Mrs. Beloti will Lake charge As heretofore of the notion store and or. Be i son will have charge of tile office cd the Chevrolet. Or. Russel Marshall and faintly moved on monday from 327 Taft Street to 352 Harrison Street Harriman. Mrs. David Munholland of Wilmington Del., is spending a week with her son j olm Munholland of Bat ii Road. Miss Nellie King of Bath Road entertained sewing club no. 2 at her Home on tuesday evening. Or. And mrs. It. Lorraine of 271 Madison Street moved last wednesday to make their Home in West Philadelphia. The Stork seems to he hovering Oxer Bristol As a son appeared at tile Home of or. And mrs. William Wallace on Friday last. Or. Bowker and family moved yesterday from 219 Madison Street Harriman to Gloucester n. A son arrived at tile Home of or. And mrs. Neil Mcginley of 236 Otter Street Early on tuesday morning. Charles Rafferty who holds a position in new York City spent the week end with his patents 151 Buckley Street. Miss Anna Crich of Harriman spoilt the week end Whit friends in Germanton n. Mrs. Reba m. Graham mice of or. Thorne of Cedar Street spent the week end with her Uncle. Mrs. Graham was on her return nip from a three months visit in Maine. William Pearson of Mill Street returned to his studies on monday at the Philadelphia College of pharmacy. The Stork left a daughter at the Home of or. And mrs. Lawrence Gallagher 640 Pine Street on saturday morning. Mrs. Mary Brennan of Philadelphia spent several Days last week with her granddaughter miss Marie Brennan of Jefferson Avenue. Or. Arthur Lippincott of Linden Street has returned to his position in tile Morrisville Yards of the p. It. It., after a vacation of eight Days. Mrs. Elizabeth Waters of Germantown spent three Days this wee k xxx till her sister mrs. Ellen Mcginley of Linden Street. Miss Maria Jarvis of 521 Radcliffe Street left yesterday for a visit of several Days with her sister mrs. Wilson Pollard of South Orange. Or. And mrs. Henry la. Groom of West Philadelphia and mrs. E. La. Gloom of Trenton spent the weekend with or. And mrs. Ellis Ratcliff of 342 Jefferson Avenue. Mrs. William Grace and daughter miss Rose cd Jefferson Avenue Haxe returned from a two weeks stay in Boston mass. Mrs. Ellen Morgan of Potsdam n. V., and or. And mrs. M. E. Morgan. Were week end guests of or. And mrs. George Hussey of Dor Ranee Street. George Thomas who has Bee n making his Home Fen four years at 306 Jeferson Avenue has returned to his Home in Springfield mass. Or. And mrs. Lewis Be Van and daughter. Miss Elizabeth motored Ltd a saturday to spend the week end with friends in Jenkintown. Or Pend a to i Quot of Quot a. A Quot a a a a a mrs. Robert Moore and family air a moved on wednesday last from Elm John Hein of Chester will the week end wit i or. And mrs. Howard Appleton of 352 Law Street to Wood Street. Mrs. John Phelps Ami mrs. James Huston of Edgely. Spent several Days last week with friends Iii Philadelphia. Mrs. Ann Smith if 240 Walnut Street is spending a week with her a laughter mrs. Arthur frees if Andalusia formerly of Bristol. The ladies Aid society of Edgely Union Church will hold a musical tonight for the Benefit of the fire company. The musical will he held in the Edgely dance Pavillion. Or. Hugo Kloppenburg and family of 360 Lafayette Street have moved til Hackman Village Del. Mrs. Bui win Henry of 304 Dorr Unic Street spent last week with relatives in Trenton. Mrs. Joseph Mulligan of n. Y. City spent several Days this week with Fred Kring. Of 921 Cedar Street. Miss Pearl Applegate of Wilming ton Del., is making an extended visit with mrs. Joseph Winslow of 924 Wood i St reel. Mrs. Harry Goslin of 225 Market Street has returned to her Home after a two weeks visit with relatives in Asbury Park. Or. And mrs. Harry Goslin jr., of Asbury Park spoilt several Days recently with his parents or. And mrs. La. Goslin of 2 25 Market Street. Mrs. Thomas Knobel of Plainfield n. J., is spending a week with her Necic. Its. Lena Mariner of 207 Washington Street. Maxx a Niph. Street illness. Joseph Mccoy of Bath is recovering from a weeks mrs. Daniel Boyle and three children of Freeland Are spending a week with or. And mrs. John Weik of Edgely. Mrs. Hetherington of 54 0 Locust Street Ami grandson Irvin Hetherington motored to Philadelphia on monday to spend a week with relatives. Randall and Allan Goslin of Belmar n. J., have returned to their Homes after spending a week with their grandparents or. And mrs. Ii. Goslin of Market Street. William Flake of 620 Cedar Street w to broke his leg while playing baseball about four weeks ago is regaining the use of his limb. Or. And mrs. James Meyers or. And mrs. K. It. Thornton misses Beulah and Bertha Thornton and or. Fred Kenyon of Bath Street motored to spend the week end with relatives in Hammonton. N. During their visit they enjoyed the pleasure of crabbing although the catch was not up to their expectation. Opening saturday september 24th % Bellson is new Down town store Whitaker shoe store building i extra we re making it just As fast As we can but folks Are drinking it faster ask your dealer. You la be surprised ladies and infants Wear exclusively the finest line of baby goods Ever brought to Bristol. Ladies goods include waists in every style both silk and Cotton. Hosiery corsets Chemise bloomers gowns. Aprons Etc. Extremely Low prices for opening Day. A Beautiful souvenir to every customer no car owner is immune automobile accidents Are no respecter of localities. They happen alike on crowded streets and lonely country roads. Your turn to Haye 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 ours to come some Day. Ietna ize the Etna Auto plan protects you against every insurable motoring risk. Let us Tell you about its Many advantages today is James f. Blanche real estate and insurance phone 289-w. 325 Radcliffe Street. A a Bristol. A. Xxx a co 8 8 in a i As ifs is a we Jug xxx xxii 0 a w xxii 8 tax Jar re regal at Pearson a House dresses $2.50 value All new styles sizes 36 to 44, fast colors $1.69 extra size House dresses. 48 to 54 $1.69 ladies Percale aprons made of the Hest Percale trimmed with fancy braid. Special Price 22c Outing petticoats $1.00 value Outing petticoats at 50c brassiere All our 65c and 59c brassieres sizes 32 to 46 at 29c phone 74mbristol, a. Baa a a a xxx a xxx a Max xxx a xxx Axa a Ayr or real estate insurance we Issue Bonds and write insurance covering the following lines fire automobile Public liability burglary and theft riot and civil commotion goods in transit Daylight robbery and Holdup treasurers and contractors Bonds Bristol properties and business locations on Mill Street for Sale Gilkeson amp James 205 Radcliffe Street Bristol a. ±11 Anna a in in a bus 9 a a a a a a a a a a you can mix with the Best of them in a a yorkers As Good As they Are you need Only pay the Little we ask. You will find them brimful of Good taste and Good Iines sturdy Beautiful comfortable reasonable it $5.50 genuine scotch Grain in All the new shapes and colors $2.50, $2.85, $3.50, and $4. Caps in the menus cuts and shades at popular prices. Shirts to rial. Come and see them. A Surprise in pattern and a styles Are far advanced to i it you into the a a elect Circle Quot of Good dressers Frank Green 308 Mill Street Brunot. Edna. Quot the yorker shop big City shoes neckties. Hosiery suspenders belts and other accessories for men always on hand. In the ladies Wear a Superb line of hosiery underwear. House dresses and aprons. Fishers knitting Wool and Silver glow. A variety of colors. John Mcgee a a the Uptown store Wood and Lafayette sts., phone 415 pal Orange pineapple ice Orange Lemon ice colonial ice Cream company products Are the Best yet or. Dealer you will enjoy More business when you sell colonial ice Cream there s a dealer near your Home. 9 9 Bristol a. Edward Callahan Buckley Street elks Home Radcliffe Street Townsend restaurant Mill Street George Johnson Otter Street Crawford a grocery Beaver dam Road Joe Chamberlain Bond Street the Washington House Wood and Washington streets c Harles Finney Pond and Lafayette streets we no amp Nocita Wood St. Next colonial theatre Martins drug store Radcliffe Street Harry Strauss i Pond Street h. Sch Embley Bath Street Tony Ragno i Lincoln Avenue John Shire \ 502 Jefferson Avenue mrs. Coyl Buckley Street a a a x a i ii s s a. a x s�?T1 a c i it in a it. Bristol attractive territory open for new agencies Tracy amp Baker Harriman k838s8c82838gs2 it or a
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