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Bristol Bucks County Independent (Newspaper) - September 23, 1921, Bristol, Pennsylvania Bucks county Independent. Bristol. Pa., Friday september 23. 1921. S macs column messes. Phillip Waters an John Boyle of Pine Street is nil James Brady of Spruce Street and Edward Kern of Kaeo Street left on tuesday by Auto for a weeks to in to Mauch chunk and other Coal Region Poi his. Or. John Mclafferty the genial proprietor of a soft drink Emporium on Buckley Street has invited a Largo number of his male friends to a Celebration of his birthday on sunday next some of them wishing to present him with a Rose for each year ate in a quandary to guess How Many for John has always guarded the secret of ins age like a member of the gentler sex. Or. Jack Stetson of the Quot devils half acre a Midway a Well known fiddler of the old school entertained a Large gathering on monday evening of Mcclat erty a Emporium on Buckley Street. Mrs. John Mcclafferty with daughters Winifred and Mary along with her son Andrew spent the week end with friends on mount pleasant Avenue of. Airy. Or. John de Long of Pond Street Harriman Toft 011 monday for Boise City Iowa where he will make an extended stay with his Uncle. Mrs. William Lawler of pint Street a patient in St. Francis bios Pital Trenton is reported on the Way to recovery. James Fallon who is in the same institution undergoing treatment for injuries received while alighting from a train at the local station continues Iii a rather helpless state according to latest Roper t s. John Coyle of Spruce Street has cancelled a contract he had for the laying of pipe in Lakehurst Nev Jersey. Congratulations Are being extended to or. And mrs. Lawrence Gallagher of Pine Street upon Tho birth of a baby girl on saturday last. Word has Boon received this week that lumber for the Scenic railway at Burlington Island Park had railed at Philadelphia from Carolina and would be towed Here on barges during tin next few Days. Or. Frank Brady of 6 10 up Nee Street is Home on a ten Day furlough from the polyclinic Hospital new York where veterans of the late War Are undergoing treatment. Aloyisus Griffith of Pine Street. Who has been located during the past four Mon Tbs As chauffeur with w. T. Wilson and family at Ogdensburg n. A. Arrived Home on tuesday on a weeks vacation. Or. Wilson will be remembered Here As manager of the merchants shipyard at Harriman. His wet Smatt. Of Mill Street monday morning a memorial mass student at Franklin and of requiem was celebrated in St. College left this week to Marks Church for the late mrs. Oldies at Germantown Ignatius Donnelly sister of Mon Sig nor Gerald Coghlan of our lady of i mercy Church Philadelphia where Rev. Father Murphy pastor of St. J Rev. Father Murphy of St. Marks Marks Church who a been con was stationed previous to coming tined to his Home with illness during Here the Pasi two weeks is slowly rec of. Harry a former Marshall continue Academy 50good cigarettes for Ioc from one sack of genuine Bull Durham tobacco we want you to have the Best paper for so now you can receive with each package a Book of 24 leaves of very finest cigarette paper in the world. Ering. Although still quite weak. Superintendent John Mcintire pm the local Branch of the metropolitan insurance co., attended the company a welfare exhibit at the by Berry fair where two trained nurses cared for 24 emergency cases and demonstrated first Aid methods to visitors. Tuesday i fix James Casey of Spruce accepted a position on the i it. It., and reported for work this week. Or. Hugh Happy Carroll of 6 4 1 Spruce Street a Veteran of the world War left today for fort Bayard near Silver City. Be \ Mexico. He will be accompanied by Charles Dugan of Pine Street a War colleague both of when Iii the event of the climate suiting them there will stay during the Winter months otherwise they will return to their Bristol hone. M. S. Cog an of Doylestown representative of the Ami Telephone co., was a caller at the Independent office on tuesday while on a business trip to this Borough. Or. Toga ii has been connected with tin Bell co., during the past 18 years. Tuesday Forenoon despite the Chilly weather a rather unusual feature was noticed in a Yard Iii the rear of William Madden a Cabinet shop where a Pear tree was in Blossom with foliage us Bright As one often looks upon in Early Spring. Forenoon or. S. Barrett wife and son Robert Enro Ute to St. Petersburg flu., stopped at the Independent office to discuss Industrial conditions or. Barrett left Ocean City. X. J., Bis week and toured by Auto to sch Nee t Ady n. Y., and returning from the Empire City stopped Here on the Way South. Tuesday afternoon mrs. Arthur p. Brady of Pond and Jefferson Avenue received the Surprise of her life when or. John Clinton and or. I Charles Mcgill cousins of hrs. Brady whom she had never seen Ai Rived for a two weeks a Isit i rom i Tus Kalusa Ala. Master James Wright son of or. J and mrs. La. C. Wright of 2 15 Rad a Cliffy Street left on monday to pursue a course of study at Temple uni verify. Philadelphia. Or. George Boyd form Fly located Ion Radcliffe Street has opened a restaurant on the Kings Highway Street has \ Edgely. William Degroot. Or. Son of or. And mrs. William e. De groot of Jefferson Avenue left on tuesday to resume his fall studies at peddle Institute Hightstown n. Miss Silvia Snyder of Trenton was an Over sunday Ginest of in a no friends. A 1 in ill Speakman chauffeur for or. George Fox of Radcliffe Street who has been. Confined to his parents Home on Market Street with a threatened attack of fever is reported i pro ing. Gregg Hibbs of Cedar Street one of Bristol a High school students left on to Day to pursue a course of study at Pennington Seminary a j. No Gregg is not going to become a preacher Foster Minster son of or. And mrs. Pemberton Minster of Radcliffe Street left on monday to resume his studies at Lehigh University. So Marks parochial school was closed on monday in Honor of Mon Signor Michael j. Cranes Elevation i to be auxiliary Bishop of Philadel phia diocese. J mrs. Josh a Townsend of Mill i Street with her Mother mrs. I Lewis Craft of Burlington attended i the mount Holly fair on thursday last. Or. Townsend took in the sights on Friday. Loyis Gin on. Of Mill Street attended the shrines Parade in Atlantic City on saturday an i arrived Home sunday evening. Or. David Shelly in family of Lafayette Street have moved to 214 Jefferson Avenue to the House owned by miss Margaret Meg Lynn who is now residing in new York. The Warren j steel Mill began operating a night turn on monday last wish boys and girl Over unscheduled age for overtime work. Harry town Senift or Philadelphia a. The sunday guest of ids Joshua and Charles Townsend. Of Mill Street. Thomas Brennan of Philadelphia spent sunday with his daughters the misses Marie and Sadie Brennan of Jefferson Avenue. Mira Anna Ulrick and daughter Anna. Of Jackson Street. A Harriman have returned from a week end visit to or. And mrs. John Galvin of Germantown. They were accompanied on their return by miss Flavia Galvin who will stay Here a week. Alfred Tomesani opens his electrical shop Alfred to Nae Bani the electrician has certainly taken a progressive step in opening an electrical shop on Mill Street at this time. The location next to the upper five and ten cent store is an excellent one. And the Lille store is just filled with electrical articles and apparatus that will bring Joy to the hearts of i Ltd. A Rama a it Rny twi in a ii i i ii jul a a the local housewives. Lamps Irons fixtures by the score hanging chandeliers and bracket lights that Are both Beautiful and useful. No necessity to worry about bulbs or other accessories As Tomesani will have them Ever on hand. His shop will doubtlessly be the Mecca for Christmas shoppers. About 7,000,000 families in country own their own Homes. This 55 55 55 55 55 55 xxx of 555555555555555555555555 Quality counts he i a s5555 lowest prices prevail tried and tested the test of time is As infallible As any particularly As regards a business House. Our present tremendous Chain of grocery stores and meat markets is the result of More than a third of a centry of constant never failing service. We have stood the test of time the Public has tried us and by their endorsement we have grown. A our business policies Are not myths not untried experiments waiting to be proved our methods and 53 policies Are known to the Public and endorsed by the Public that is Why we enjoy the distinction is of leadership in the grocery and meat Field today. Jas Stop in an a a Ascot store today you la find the in helpful and suggestive. Intelligent comparisons pkg of merchandise and prices bring new customer friends to our stores daily. ?5 there is that element of certainty that goes with everything we sell that makes dealing at an a a Ascot store a pleasure. Your dollars will go farther in an Quot Ascot store than anywhere else let us prove it to you today. 410 Mill St. 305 Washington St. 217 Buckley St. Pond so Lincoln ave. Ltd a 4 4 4 4 a o 4 1 o 1� 4 o o 4 it 0 of 4 a a a a 1 a o it o o o 4i o a a o 4i> a a a 0 t 1 i a a a o general contracting amp building a 2nd Ward primary election september 20. 1921 acknowledgement i desire 10 tender my thanks to the 51 voters who recorded their votes for me despite do interception of voters by politicians. Police and private detectives posted All Day on the reps of the polling Booth. A h. Townend 308 Washington sir. In Mamma a Jwj a a our motto rapid work Well done a a a a. A a Jay ask us for estimate amp company Bloomsdale phone 2 51-r Why this tidal Quot wave of buying Overland cars own in a we ways i i 1 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 in resent prices f. 0. B. Toledo touring .$595 roadster .$595 Coupe .$850 Sedan .$895 men Are buying them for business. Families Are buying them for pleasure. All Are buying them for profit buying them for the immediate saving of $200. Buying them for the consistent saving in Upkeep gasoline and tires. Buying them because Overland averages better than 25 Miles per gallon. Buying them because Triplex Springs make Overland a comfortable Light car. Because the All steel body a and its baked enamel finish will last for years and look new for years. Because the brakes and steering Are Safe the controls Are convenient a the starter and electric Light Are designed with the car. Buying because the Overland fits comfortably v. Till a million incomes and offers health and happiness to a million Homes. A a 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 Best granulated sugar la. 6 buy freely at this Price. Positively none sold to dealers. Gold Seal flour 12 la. Bag 65c the very highest Grade flour milled. Your bread pakes and pie a will always be. A Success when you use Gold Seal flour. A a Ascot Coffee la. 25c the blend that stands out above All others. Try a Pound of this really delicious Coffee today. We know its delightful Aroma and satisfying flavor will please you. A a Ascot teas 74 la pkg 1/2 la pkg 23c�?lh 45c five Quality blends a Plain Black country style Orange Pekoe India m fixed. Ceylon. 12c old Victor bread the finest loaf of bread baked today the Best Home made you Ever ate. Big loaf 6c the equal of Rich creamy cheese Quot it 25c real Good tasty Clit est. The Quality and flavor will please you. Best Pink Salmon tall can lie the same 15c per can. Quality Sells in Many note our Price. Stole for at least can 121/2c chores Quality peas $1.45 Doz Sweet and tender. Now is the time to Lay in your Winter Supply. Sweet sugar Corn $1.15 Doz very Choice Quality. It will to buy a dozen cans or More. Can 10c be to your advantage 10c 17c Cut to prunes prunes 9c 3 lbs. Choice Calif. Extra Large size Calif. We Are continuing these special prices for another week. Buy freely the Quality and flavor Are right. Cut to 25c 15c Money savers for Thrifty housekeepers Best Black Pepper la 29c a a Ascot Eva. Milk tall can 12c buy a can today for your Rice pudding tomorrow. Gold Seal flour 5 la bag 29c a a Ascot Peanut butter Glass 9c a very tempting spread on Victor bread. Ascot Macaroni pkg 9c Ascot baking powder 5c, 9c, 17c baking results for better a a Asco a use a a Ascot Corn flakes Pix 7c u Asco sifted peas can just like peas fresh from the the very Best to be had. 19c pod. A Ascot pure spices can 5c Bot american maid Catsup buy 12 bottles for $1.00 9c minced corned beef la can 10c i red Alaska Salmon tall can i a the very Best to be had. 25c fancy sliced hawaiian pineapple big can 29c $3.40 Doz big. Luscious slices in a pure heavy Cane every one a Gar syrup. Portion. Packed cooked come beef Cau 15c Gorton a codfish cakes can 18c just mix contents of can with an egg Mold and Fry. Six cakes in each can. Hawaiian grated pineapple can no Asco no waste sliced Bacon pkg 18c dry sugar cured Bacon trimmed of All waste. Southwark 15c Choice Rice have you lately ? la. Pkg. Served Rice 8c, 10c croquettes xxx big week end meat specials below we have listed just a few of the Many Money saving opportunities that Are to be had in our meat markets. If you want to be certain of receiving the finest Quality meats obtainable. Deal at an Asco meat Market where Quality counts and your Money goes the farther est. Stewing. Fresh killed milk fed roasting chickens. La 33c finest Quality beef whole cuts Chuck roast. 12c la in Quot. Boneless pot roast. 15c la rolled shoulder beef.15c la # finest standing rib to 1st. .28c la thick end rib roast 18c la lean soup Beel. 8c la delicacies it sliced cold boiled Ham .y4 la 15c sliced baked meat loaf.y4 la 12c a Ady to serve sliced luncheon 12c sliced cooked corned beef.v2 10c pure pork sausage. La 35c made of pure pork and spices finest country scrapple la 12c fresh link sausage la 25c made of fresh meats and pure spices

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