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The Port Jervis union. (Port Jervis, Orange County, N.Y.) 1888-1924, September 04, 1924, Image 2

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chiiaren, A r thur: .n o Daniel, W l S l f e O O I ^ V I L I i E ] : • • , • . ' affe an^ —,» ------ , -..— We&thrpokvilJe, i — Mr. And , ffo'bson,-' a n d Miss Dn'roth^a , t a b a ’r, :rs. Tarlcett recently f>‘assAi'C, arrived in tdwii E rf- M: _ . ^ , _______ . . takied Mr. and Mrs. George T a r h e t t , spend trfeir'vacation* a t the .and, three children, and Mrs*. Char-; Ics T a r k e tt and daughter and son-in. jvfat'.v Timny and daug|iter, . laiy,, oI w a terbursn • ^ j o e e d ia. air. and Mrs. W illiam ' Hplse, Mrs.. George Rtissell- and Mrs. aii-o f P o r t jerVis,'- w e re 'visitons .last n e f h Jtussell- a n d 't h r e e children, of hom e of Mr. am i Mrs. l> » S ^ c .,h iav e a-bturJled hom e after j C o o p e r.-at Pond E d d y . ' i - ! - v . - . - m .-.: . h .»- o , c , p o m , ; ; i Airs. George OSt< - j - I R iase.,-oo.l. i.n<t , Miss Blanche. tVygant and Ralph- houdt; of G reenw ich, Conn-, speni aiy 1 _ ____ ' ..T,^ TT--.^ enjoyable vacation with the lo n u o r s parents, Mr. and. Msr. .Jacob PottM. Txen/ilra* CfVlitn.l' l * fi V u iv c r.w o r e delegates fro m 'th e Ep- w o rth D e a s u e 'o f this church to the Y oung People's Institute at Poi-t .J-iv. Gs. ^ A f ter a three tveeks’ so -J oium I at .J^Ioose. H e a d Cottage^ ,:Mr.s. Alice Hiz- PO IilTlO A L A t> \ 'J iim S H M E A T . M r. .and Mrs. C h a rles Van SickhV c rb c n z 'a n d Mrs. Gva Ove.rhnns l^ayo_ ^entertained M rs • Van Sickle's, .sister j “ •and brother-in-law from Bingham- ■ ton and on Saturday evening they at_ tended the Y o u ng People's Institute !■ . . , i a t P o r t Jervis. They were accom - '-=^ <]ianied by M:r. and Mrs. Robert Lau.g . a n d son; tV a ltcr. and Air. and yrr«.- GcorgO van KeurOn and daughter, ' liessie. THETORT jroVISUNi6N.>A(£T^0. THURSDAY, SEPTlMBER 4,:I924 roturried to't^eir'hom o -s in Brooldyh. has -hoen re ­ past fouc m o n ths sister. M’rs. .’J c h h 1. Sm ith, returned to Brpokr.v.'‘i Oh Thm-iiday. inuch bcAe^fitCtl by hl3 sg- jpurh antt~the ijii’'igoratlns’ a ir ’ b t thg Shhiy an . iC o u n ty-hills. ; , * . , Mis.s Badie CorQj*^ of Hoboktjn. oji.d ho£> brother., Qooi’ge Corey, .if P o rt Jerv is' spent F riday w ith their .par­ ent.^, M r | and Mre. E d w a |d Core>v ;. ^Mr.s, J J^JcCa^fl:cy fund; eon, A Y illia |h ,|a ^ ‘. AWiliarnf. Blakeley m o t­ ored'. v|:o iM<^nticellQ '^hur4day, iv.hen Mal?ter ’ Willia'iA M 'as' 'dnfe^'of the com ­ petitors i-n the spelling contes't- 'Ihe successful *cfn(jid4t4. was to be given a free M i ’p to-the* Syracuse' Fair-. ■T|Iere^ we^e 2.9 students who tyiecl the' te-st. sbvefith li) the contest w hich speaks very, .well fo'r the .student and; ou^ lo'cM-School. Miss Anna.jffcnley, of West Enet 4s spe«tUhg! a Mrs. Hcari'y rK r s o # , . • y - ' 'Mts. Cathorine 'Wiiham.s and jp h n W illiams, of'. P o n d FMd3'. P a - alpo X B.. . Kline and familjb . Of Trir Sfate.s, ;mQlorcd to o n e o jita’ .f^ h o | ■Da3' to Ausit. Mrs. tv*illiams' daughter in th a t city, . - . . . The bazar which was held in 7th,e basem e n t of gacred pieart C h u rch by; Rev. P r . F inbar Friday and Satur-^ day evenings. wa.s a great success aud $ i l 2 . w a s . realized. T^e committee^ in Charge was as'follow s: . Fancy ^ATbrk—'Mrs. H a r r y pio'-son, OSsisled^by Mi'S. J. j. o f ': by Mi'.s. J. J. sm ith, o r 'S tat-; and Ataster MTIliani came eu Island. - G; ' - , , ■ I’^ iiiS n c A jj ivu V jbk P O lim C A l i AHVllLRll.SH^lElNT TUESDAY, SEPTI3WBER16,1924 ^r MaktHope . Hope, S (^y l-^T h c young folks had a line tim e at Mis-'-^ Taix-; ■ tbn’.s' house warmiiig, danciu.g ti’l th e | g| small hour.-i- of th e .m a rning. Fine jiir rtfffcshmc-nt.s w e re served. Santa |fi McMann- .did Ghe playing am i Ms inrotUcr Johnnie called off. g) V All are sorry ;to h e a r M j - s . Lem o n H got hurt and hope she will, soon get better. i u® . Mr and Evons have gone to : th e ir 'd a u g h t e r 's in •;Massachusetts a few daj-s. Their, grandchildren w e n t homo some tim e ago. j M rs. J-. McMann, from W i l k e s - I j i B 'arre.'fe’ visi'tng a t 'her m o ther's M ast Hope. ill ■ G eorge Davis’ daughtbr from E in.g_|||“ ham to n ’ h a s been visiting her uncle 1 * and p.unt, Afr. and Airs. Davis. , Ma.'-'t H o p e . ; ;;iSC Jo h n Davis and sister. .stCUa. wonr |p*\ - to B ingham ton for a few day.s.-* ‘ Afr. and Mr.s. Klinknoehei- and ba- |'\ j | ; bj', of ' Grantw'ood, New Jersej-, are |;H V spending a few daj's with ^hor -Par- j'|| ent.s. Air. and Airs. Jo j'c e .' ‘ ‘ D r. McCaj'. Wife and little boy iir^**** a t Al'iss Hove Sejdon's. H e r aunt i« j spending th e hot w e a ther season | *. - th j r e . J .’ 5Ir.s, D a p p e r ■-'hag ' her - d a u g h ter 'wmee v isiG t ii DolinrDavf BARGlINij j. W b . h a ttf tp ’ b e riclit e n o t t ^ * J W <4it#hiter -w a n t t o * u » fci an d en^uffieur. PQHHTtOAlj A i p Y ^ m s yfMEK?- A T VOTEFOR MAJOR \l COHEN’SI Candidate for Republican Primary Ejf-ieiTicc man and Sheriff's office employe for years. A faithful ser­ vant deserves promotion. € i ' T h e O a y o f B a r g a i n s $DollafDay$ You’ll Find Real Bargains at IJolmes l^usic {Jouse 75 PIKE STREET SHEET MUSie---^Ail Latest Broadway Hits SI ,00 \‘Spy... ... :23c r ' • .. • , t.« 'r' ■ ,.i.. 'J|bpktns haiffe-ibeen' aWay.p’dr a few^.|.. Be , ‘ ■ H a n k ins had a reunion, aiid .had\ all of .their children hom e ? ' W ill R o b e rts’ sister, frony Depo.sit,. his daughter am t husband, from A.1- banj'. spept the day dnd night w ith fhelf ■'c'ou^h.. Arrs.-' W .' • H- H a n k ins, and called on The Dabron. sisters. * Afis-s-’ At. Dbd>ron .Celebrated her .7 3d > h ir th d a j' and h e r friends from Alast H e tpe'edrae up to help her. '' 'aodeffboy, Sept. 3— T e a c h ers here a r e resum ing th e ir duties for another A'ear. M rs. iBessie 'F ish teaching a t CuddehaclvVille and lAirs. B u th A^an. A k e n a t Godeffroy. . \\ Airs.’ E . F . 'Myer s p e n t a few days a t '-'ildike Comb, Pa., last week, visiting a t th e hom e ef h e r eon, F. C. Myer, an d Afiss'AIma W ells r e turned S a turday a f t e r visiting h e r p a r e n ts fo r a .short tim e a t Ariel, Pa. , . E s ther Difshitz is s p e n d ing a w e e k in New York C i ty .' ' F. C. M i-er and wife, w ith th e ir , c h ildren, ■Hojyard, Evangelin.e aad! .C o r a /v isited fp r - a d a y s .a n d over the w e e k .end w B h f h e parents o f t h e . fbrnlhr here, retu r n in g to th e j r hom e in Co'ino Tuesday, . . Services i n d h f F . A I-C h u rch w e re conducted by -the pastor , Rev'. Air. AVi.ntseli, ' .SuM ay. afternoon.' The tex t was found :m..ReA% 20. chap, noth verse, last olaus§; “Be thou faithful unto death and . I will give thee a crow n o f IHe.’.’ This m a y be his last ''serm o m as conference will be held •and ho m a y b& translferred. Eddy ; ' Bond^HacIj'; j f . , Y., Sept, 2~JAIr. Gi;an^'Mrs.::^‘3^ of Caldwell,- ;>T.' J., w e re entertained over Labor D a y a t t h e hom e of the latter’;/ m o th - . er,' Airs. M a ry Alartin, - M r, a-nd.-AIrs. Qfto'Frit5r.and'’ dauglG ter.- Jeanne, Air, M h rd, 'Alrl^; W alter Johnson and child;reu. M 'alter and M a rion, John OdNeill and Aliss M ary ^ G ’hrolll, .all o j New Y o rk City; ' Air. •'■'and M rs. ■jQseph*'®lshop and children, ' klisQ Air. B e rnard Qneill, of P o r t JerHs,.-’ m a d e up a party th a t ■ w ere ■guests' Several ' days last W9ek a t the , h p m o of Airs- A largaret Oneiii; ' airs. H a r r y Kiiinio and children, of . J ^ r y ls^-an d B lbert ■Deeker, of :i^ew b u rgh,'W h o have been spending • .-ia-iJew.d.ays w^th their, m o ther, Airs. ■'George M. D e c k e r, have returned *• Aft'er h several, days’- oufeing at the home of th e ir dncle, Thom a s Giuf- ti'n, Airs. 35. g.' M a rtin and ion, R.?b- . e rt^. a n d Sites, Alyce • XJlbrandt re ­ turned\ to 'Poughkeepsie. Alonday m o rhlng. / - •Jilra. A ftlrgaret: C o v a rt and daugh- ti^ , ’H t», ^Jd^ard Bifiaiidr of Glen nr*re;ifue«t« W e d n esday a t tbe> 42 Front St. Port Jervis, N. Y. P illttw C a s e s — ^Ruby B r a n d ; 42x36 --- Dollar Day 5 fo r ............................. $ 1*00 , B l e a c h ^ S K e c ts-R u b } ’ 'B randi Size 7 2 x 9 0 - - D o llar D a y ......................... - ^ S 1 . 0 0 H a c k T o w e ls— ^With r e d b o r ­ d e r — D o llar D a y 9 fo r ......................... $ 1 . 0 0 T a r k i s h Towels^— ^Dollar D a y , 7 fo r .........$ 1 . 0 0 F t a c y Turfel^h T o w c is r— S ize 1 7 x 3 6 w ith , c o lo r e d b o r d e r s — ^Dollar D a y 3J o x .................. $1,00 Ladips’ and Misses Vest.s in both* ta i l o r e d o r p l a i n to p sty les — D o llar D a y 4 ' i o h U - . . - : .. $ 1.00 ladies’ ‘ Fine Cotton Union Suits; sizes u p to 4 4 ; lace trim m e d at th e k n e e s • D o l l a r D a y , 2 fo r . $ 1 , 0 0 Ladies’ Silk Stockings w i t h ■: th r e e seam s in th e b a c k in 6 sh a d e s : b l a c k , ivhitc, g r e y , n u d e , p e a c h a n d brown— Dollar Day 2 - f o r ••-^-;^ ^ - - .... S t . O O Ladies’ “Phoenix” Silk Hose, o u r $ 1 . 2 5 q u a li t y in tan , b l a c k , w h ite, b e ig e , \ r e y a n ^ a i r e d a l e sh a d e s D o llar D a y . .............. $ 1 . 0 0 Men’s Dress Shirts- clo s e o u t ............. -To - $ 1.00 Boston Shopping Bags— Just y o u n e e d to c a r r y all th e D o llar D a y B a r ­ g a in s h o m e i n ........... 6 9 O Feist Dance Poiio^i No. 7— Reg. value 50c Cl K / * Dollar D a y ----- O c I L / i ‘Gmdp Player Rolls'- E<^guiar $^ 4 .^ and up_ Dollar Day 4 f o r ___ _ n,£D ana up $ 1 * 0 0 Book of good old timers— Maggie Murphy^ Annie Rooney and a lot of others. ) Never sold less than 50c; $day. Another Group of Player ; S b o . , . . . ; 6 9 c I'rttrt ft^atjway Hits, Fo* Trots, V»R*“S> MLtAfiBAySATIJBDM.SmffliRi X A L f C I N f C i M A C M l N ^ C o lunibi^ Supertones, Starrs and others will be sold at ;a Forty fimd Fifty Dollar Reduction t)ollar Day.—If ydu are i n the market for a good talking machine, lake advantage o f this offer. * - F » i a ' H ' O ' s ' Used Players as.Iow as Used Uprigiit Pianos Brimi 1125.00 up. , . BI^REDUGTIOH ON A |4 .Plaid and Grey ..Blanlets— 6 4 x 7 6 — ^Dollar D a y .......................... , ........ $ 1 . 0 0 § What we have left in Silk attd j . Straw Hats in o u r m illin e ry . d e p a r t m e n t — D p llar - > a y .... :..-:.$ 1 , . 0 0 : Ladies’ Blouses o f vo ile a n d d i m i tv m a t e r i a ls— ^ D o llar D a y .....:....... $ i ; 0 Q L a d ies’ C o r s e ts in lo w b u s t o r ^ e la s t ic sty les ; sizes u p to 2 6 - ^ D o l l a r D a y .$ 1 . 0 0 J l L n $ e s ’ F in e A s s o F tinent o f M u s lin 6 o W ifS - ^ 3 ' s t y l e s / j i J ' D o llar D a y ,; 2 f o r j $ f , 0 0 * j | 5 Dozen Step-Ins and Bloom- ers, so m e o f w h ic h so ld as j f h i g h as $ 1 . 2 5 each-:— S D o llar D a y 2 fo r $ 1 , 0 0 C h ild r e n ’s P a n t i c D r e s s e s in a s s o r t e d p a t t e r n s a n d d e ­ signs a n d c o lo r s — ^ Dollar D a y .... : ...$ 1 , 0 0 G irl’s- M iddies o f w h i t e je a n . q u a l i t y ; a ll sizes fro m 8 j i to 2 Q - 4 )o ll a r D a y S T . 2 S l i O n e L o t o f L a d ies’ S ^ l i a n d : B a g s to clo s e o u t D o b iU ■ J a r D a y ' ....... ........... - .... S Q c \ One Lot o f Silk and Georg- e t t c W a ists t h a t fo r m e r l y so ld j k a s Iiigh as $ 5 . 9 8 — . 3 ( B o l la r D a y ; ..... ..... • . : $ 1 . 0 8 Vote for E l t i i e r H , Lemon ^ ■' ■ : f o r ’ _ District Attorney September, 16th Son of Erie conductor Thomas M. Lemon and born in Matamoras. Opponents say he is too honest to hold publicoffice' ^ . iO p p p s e d . -to p o l it ic a l c o f t t r o l / o f O r a n g e C o u n ty b y b o o t le g g e r s . S t a n d s p h h is r e c o r d fo r la\y cn~ fo r c e in e n t . , A s A s s i s t a n t U n i t e d S t a te s D is­ tric t A t t o r n e y , h a s h a n d l e d th b u - sa n d s o f G rim inal c a s e s / in w h ich fines a m o u n t e d to n e a r l y . o i ie m il- libh d o llars; ’ • ' Honest,VAble, Efficient,. Fearless. Ladies’ Bungalow A p r o n ,^ D tcsscs o f .g i n g h a in w i t h o r w ith o u t, c r e t o n n e ‘t r i m m in g in a s s o r t e d s h a d e s $ | , 0 O i'^ | Scarfs and stand covers in 3 assorted, designs— J t Dollar Day, 3 for $ 1 , 0 0 The Balance o f our. Washable ■§ ^ Dresses, w e h a v e p u t in to th r e e lo ts fo r - D o l l a r D a y $ 1 . 9 8 , $ 2 . S S , $ 3 ; a t | | Tke Balance of oar rSamnier 31 Silk Dresses— Dollar ' , • D a y ..... ........... . ..... $ 4 . $ S i g _ ------ ^ ------------- - ------ - ------------- \ ---------- - y - l 5 TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THESE BARGAINS AND SEE K THEM ON OOLUR DAY,. FORIMMSIIAT&SAIE Modern Property, East Main Street AH inipi'OA'^ements, h e a t , l ig h t, T l i r e e ; a p a f t m e h t s . i i | h o u s e ; n o w re n t i n g ,fp r $65. m o n t h . . ■ C aR^,bc. b o u g h t ; f o f $7^ 6 ■ , m iot is SOiiba feet H u b b a rd 'Bl Jff? Opp* E r ie Depot. - Be 'W5se;-/ . Aetna-ize. ^WEAl^MDfiWN ‘ A r a SICKRESS Happ-s D I B jB At« ,Not:Qrdinafy P i^ Tfe^ Ore Very Good; . -■ - - ' '■ “*■ LYdim ElFiliidinsn'* Veg^ctil- . E, Hartford, Conn.—‘^After a severe a»ekB»^.TvWaiH:e<>;wcak that i jjowld aot ' |do iiiy housewprk,S9 nyr jnibther-told esc to take Lydia E. Yege^-- ffeltloe. t i i a v e ju s t

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