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The Port Jervis union. (Port Jervis, Orange County, N.Y.) 1888-1924, September 24, 1924, Image 7

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■&:?:- ■£-. ;-•:> ■- -A :i f>': ■ l i h « p r e are President Cooildge, Secretary of W a r -Weeks anti, Sect^tary of St^ite Uu/>hVs tfifelf .rt^lcs tO - ___ catch a view .of the ’round-the-world dyers as they .aryiyed at Washington : ■■ F o r t W tlliam McKinley, ih^the jphWip; pines, w a s chief of sta t f and F b u f O f f i i S e i S lo b e M a j o r G h i i b i ^ b y N e w P r d in b t i o i ii .1 . - ' \ \ ■ . ^ , %Vtashing.ton. 23—iKrjg. ^en . D o u g la s M a cA rthuri son of.tfee late ter known as the KiainboW Kleut. A r thur i]KacArthur,,Wiii he and Is con^ddered one of the ablest prom p te d , to be.a J ^ a ior_ (^merafl on and brightest of the younger officers Jan. 11, in '^ K id e ^ o h ] ’^ of the reg u lar arm y . K e w a s gradiU- G h aries afortour now copaaadttTig i a ted from ‘W est Pic*nt In • IdOS a t the th e K ln th iCprps A ria- » t ^ n 'F n a n o i s - j hea,d o f his c i a ^ and js being prpm o t- ,cp.AJfho r e tires fro^ '] e d oh his r e c o r d in t h e W^prld W ^ :. ■ A^ , 'Geneyiai ' ^^laeAidhur pwaa hdrn * T h ree othm- Bnigadiers figure in the th ey .aryiyed' a t ' ; _ * ■ • ^ a s h ^ s to n T h i r i s T ^ j M i i g ! . i f ight, when he un-ived in Wa.sbing- )on. It told him how r>eei?d she.waii of hi« achieveiu'ent. SURE-FIT CAPS ^^^^ 1 Ymi’re hsad cap$ im loo$e or too t^hi— • you don’t know . the cause, Sure-Fits '^are aWdysJmt . right, becausef heilng adiusU dbfe, they cdn b^ let but or tdkeit tii at wilt Vinid^ comfott—styie—quality, SOLb AT THE BEST STORES Ebofe for them in the windows Made by FINE & LEVY. Inc.. 702 Hfoadway. NTew York 6 i ^ ■ ^ 3 ’E s y lis ^ rnaking ehi — T O D A T ^ United Artists Cdfp.~ NO MOHE W OMEN’ ---------f e a t u n n g - r - ^ ; ) MATT MdOSiE ind siij^^orted By an ~ ' JSr^^d to Reiiiaiii at ' lij Cents Even if Wbeat Prifcfefiises i A tlantic City, .Sept, 23—N o tw ith­ standing the rise in th e cost ' o t w h e a t th e standard price of , t h e pound loaf of bread - th roughout the H n ited States will- rem a in 10 cents, ' With ibqt 'little probability of any in­ crease, even though w h e a t should'.go still higher. . , , , This was the official declaration ■here of r e p resentatives of 80 per cent, of the bakers in th e United. States, gath e r e d fo r t h e tw e n ty-seventh' a n ­ nual .convention .of the A m e rican B a ­ k e rs’ Association. The sessions wiil close F riday. ' I t also .was asserted t h a t th e long­ standing wiar betw e en th e w h e a t grow e rs . a n d th e Ibakers h a s ended, th a t t h e sanitation problem in baker­ ies h a s been solved, and th a t the liext m o v e m e n t will be a gigantic ^dv'ertis- Ing program throughout the-country, dem o n s trating to th e public th e .ex­ cellence of t h e m o d e rn bakery ontpoit. ‘ ^ In th is iconection association offi­ cials pointed out th a t w h e reas .five \ yeara ago 70 per cent, of ’house^ylkes, dissatisfied w ith the then im p e rfect b a k e ry products, baked a t home, a t th is tim e only about 25 per cehf'.-do W E S T B R O Q J O ^ ia E This is the prettiest girl in ^-Qudng.^ Ker nmye*. she lives in Bouglns.. §he will be Princess Petroba ot Wi>om- ------ -r., 1,,0 oklhi, 'next lAbhth. Logan, and 5 “Sure Fit” Caps For Sale by SAIOiEttSandFRANZdS J.M.DEWITt . iSdJFroat Street 83-85 Fike Striebt A Comedy Drama a tot ■f o tongtis dtat-tfeltj the stpry ,of a youth who thought He hatecl all ' girls when jilted by one: . TheR he stepped into a Ibve-W^b skillhiUy Woven ' ■ a^id taken captiye fiutoi itoiiisM : ‘ Plu3^ a l^l of Good . Laughs. -Mbitikrd Cemedy— 4\«ijleel~ “HIGH LIFE” Twq-R^e! ‘‘PfdHE iiw s All EVENING 8100,20e j An Mdrly O r d e r : ^ - A n Eurly Delivery, C i#t Y a u E L a i i d W l ' T M • ■ NO TRESPASSING , Wesbbrookyille, Sept. __ jVTary 'Reader, of W e laka^jFloridn.,-re­ cently visited a t th e hom e of Mr. aiid Mrs. E u g e n e (Rhodes and also .^r. nnd, •* [ M rs. Oobk. Jesse Brooksby and daughter; 'FloV'ence, ,, s p e n t a p a r t of last w eek visiting Mrs. Brooksby's cousins, the M isses B row n ,.’a t P o r t Jervis. • T h e B ^ h h , diirls gave a dinner in :th e C h u r c h basem e n t last W ednesday, ' T h e Ladies’ Aid v/ere 'invited to ^oin fhcm - A fine dinner was .served. T h e y -had expected, to, picnic in R h o d e s ’ C rove b u t on acicount of the lateness -of t h e season, {hey changed to .the church bdsem e n t. ' „Jo h n G riffin and sons^ Joseph and Clyde, and iM r s .'litura,P ierce w e n t to /F o r t J e rv is Sa^iii’day to see M rs, John ' G riffin, w ho w a s recently operated CLOTH OR CARl>SOi%RB - ‘-b .. Pott jeiYte Tri-States P u b l i d i i i i g jp o

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