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The North countryman. (Rouses Point, N.Y.) 1928-current, November 08, 1928, Image 16

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3 '. J . o •- \I '•,', •;' 'I ..• < ' '••?.' '•»?• \ :i> '?*-•; • ••'.•':,;• ;.. t- - V\H Thursday, Cl^sfied Ads mm A r**J alterable 1 feufaa»-oll ^ Mrs. W. W« CJoope-r, heater, -cows to • Cftazy, FOR S B. j£-ift ago years, Kfosw . H. £<. Keverett <;oal and kcro- tmasfer of .cmx* leofc M .' M& \lifer. was to --Mfc aoa, Harvey, of Champlain, wfll|tllat a fa* HMAMJ4' iM^k«*^^PW>l . jf-4H«MII b k 1f JWHWdhl'S' » mtillt * WflVl ttMMAb spend »€veral day« in Lowell «Bd Boston, Maaa. They «xpect to leave Ghampl&in Monday morning of next week, and returb Satur-< day mornipg of the same week. Mr. Neveritt, however, claims ttMMAb steady i Store. SUBSCRIBE; NORTIH ge, la good condition. Mrs. Wooion's property,.. For partic- ulars apply to John Bowron. COACH, tsso; H«- sex Coach, |27S; Flint Coach. $275; Ford Coach, 1325; Fowl Sedan, $85; Reo Ton Truck, $150. AM in first class cpndl- Uoa sM w»l _bwg«Jtas_jat the pric*s offered. Trtsmblay Bales & Service, Chanaplaia, N. Y, , •.•'•• '• ' /' FORO COUPE—1926 modjftL paint and in first class shape mechanically. Cheap.'' Foqu«t iSarage Co.,- opp. D. & U- Sta- tion, Plattsburgi, N. Y^ ESSEX COACH—1926 model Good paint and to good condition tttrougtaottt A bargain at $800. Foquat Oarage Co M opp. D. * H. Statioo, Plattsburfh, N. Y. FOR RENT FOR MQIT—Two room unfurnisfa- sd apartmcat above Pearl's De- partment Store. Rnanmg water, reajnnabls rent. Inouire at Pearl's Department Store. MISCELLANEOUS CHAIRS KBOANSD—Prices reas- onaUe tt deUvewxl and called for. Pbooe lSl-r-2. lp WANTED WANTED—Washings to do at my home in Rouses Point. Mrs. A. W. IColnlski, «3 Maple St tf MOOERS Mooers, Nov.. 8.—Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth. Fee of Albany are visit- ing relatives here. Mr,-, and Mr*. Charles Chandler and little son, Joel, have returned In Syracusa. Last Sunday evening there was a union service In the Methodist church. Rev, O. R. Miller, state superintendent of t8e New York Civic League was the speaker. He spoke in Champlain Sunday aiorn- jn^ und at Mooers Forks in the Afternoon Mm. Miller attended services in the Presbyterian church 0ti Sunday morning. Mrs, Alvira Orr. has gone to spend & few weeks with her i -• • daughter,J^s. Wjshe^ Mrs. Frances Welles spent fhej ^•fiek end with her ptwents, Mr.] and Mrs. Myron Welles. Mr. ani Sirs, Chwles recent visitor* to SSrs. Cfcarite Stone of a xessmt visitor at toe Sir, ani llrs. 3. B: Gmmm ite ifetljtrior' Frtcb <jf Ffe J»pent tlie week «m) y/itb ^lr. ana Sir* 4S, %,. Tl Mr. ami ?ItA ?>1 .iTXZaa-pp | .0, CSorlcs, -firero receat vfcitsors] | fcj wita TA EOQ f»3tom cf the ., Ha:i5itol la a few Sirs Witfesrd Orr. s?. O. CJ. WiteC'B ieas ,Mte'-«!>efflMft.gr a Mr. mH HEaM S W ' : ,- Ml meat IK 'tiie tBgli ssbool am tost Saturaay ©v«nJs|r it. T«ry tmxiki., ' . '\ . • ••'. Sfie,\ «$ ^frs.' J. 'B, Fitch ond; Sfes. FraaccS FojBeroy «f .tie'' pJiy^Mdas HsspJtai -of l afo «• & SPECIAL To celebrate the opening of an upstairs Bargain Department in the RQ9SMYER ft Store. • . . . , ' . - '.: ...' 'j' ' ~--—— — ''\^ i ^^^^^^'^•\••••••••'\••'•••^^•'••'•^••••'^•'•••••'•••^IWfclPHMtaWM^ta*!*^ To introduce-thi» department to the people of this section we will fcatcne * M»c Sale for onttigi when article* valued up to $1.00 will be offered for 19c each. * , -^ ^«^ Merchandise throughout the store is specially priced for this occasion. A faw « below! C^owe early and get the best selections. Men's Overcoats 32 oz; All-Wool Fabrics $1 «|.S0 $20.00 values lit Other Coats specially priced at $ 14\ 5 /If\ $ 24 50 MEN'S SUITS—14° oz. all wool fine weave serge in single or double breasted models. $25,00 value • Special $1 J* Other Suits Reduced to - m% HEAVY COST gFT STYLE SWEATERS ..... «f«I C MEN'S WORK SHOES $^.95 —Stofm welt .».,.;. m BOYS' ALL WOOL SUITS ...*...*...... $«1.95 4 BROABCtOTH COATS ^ With fur shawl collars and cuft'g. Black, ' fan a«d royal Mac. $25.00 $| MM y $ values Sftecially priced at.. Other Goats Specially Priced at- $|-||,9S $|ftS0\ ^94 J0 Children's Coats $995 $J.95 $7-95 Ladies' Shoes LADIES' SHOES—New line ol^ la- dies' velvet and patent leather shoes in Cuban and spike heels, metal buckl%,and strap styles. $O.95 Special price ., ,. £t CHILDREN'S JERSEY DRESSES in the newest styles $2.00 $| .29 1 MEN'S FLANNELETTE 95c BOYS* LUMBER JACKS $f .95 -AH wool. 1 MEN r S UNION SUITS ,wool, winter wcialit.. 220 BLUE DENIM OVERALLS OR FROCKS. 95c BOYS', PANTS-AI1 wool sizes 10 to 17 ............ 95c fi>L BLOUSES MEN'S m • \ UiQimvwhmi SES ia Roman stripes I all wool fabrics priced at ...... FLAT CREPE SILK in all the newesj at CHILDREN'S OXFORBS -All sizes. special price 36 in. FLANNELLETTRj Yard .\ •« LADIES HOSE in all the wanted shades ... LADIES' AND CHH FELT HATS T Sjiecial price • • i This is the greatest selling event in the North Country at the store that \cuts the price but not the quality/' jRosemyer & Dann,ln& DEPARTMENT STORE Sunset Poiat „ New York :' - •''.••' . '-!'-;':'.!' .

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