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The North countryman. (Rouses Point, N.Y.) 1928-current, August 02, 1928, Image 13

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r'At to you tend j will I feet MUST be) list of ownmt their dogt for action. H ft& ':'*H» 8 day, Aug. 2, 1928 JWftftf Walk* Houie , four year 0l« daughter <* tfrs Arthur Yo*W», of spread the alarm. The Troopers «ad « po«e of citixemt headed by tm Strati* WWftbed th* coutttry- wp* throughout tbe night without nucoew. Early Monday morning Alex Lamountain, who reside* on that the chUd had turned up at \Wl&? 1 ;T: '- : *or her that had toy he* par- tfa rfat^ tinder Se**ean« i worse rntmr *xperjen<je , F j, calmly In the woods 'the nightv ; •\• .•,'.- .•• ..• ^ Mrs. Yoang. with the went to Butternut Pond *<** home in Keeaevttle Sun- w.nQon for the purpose of 4 berries. The youngster was ! sleep tinder a' tree whfl^ the ; moved from one location >r. On' their return to the tbe child had been left .__4ja to be missing. After tog the woods in the vicin-•will > some time without findingAt af the missing girl, the lits. almost frantic by this to 3Keeseville and hs Corps of the United St«t»« Anny So tar as \* known ho other e W^m^PiMi wW itiyiiwi^laittp, K Mitchell, who h«a t:e*n spending * week with wHSve* Slid friends Hi Burlington. ha» te* t«#8fl te\ hkt %imm- in % Hitf M* .. w^m&mtm m gtrl it vvaa learned that me awoke •hortly after her parents had left her on Sunday and started to walk through the woods. As darkneia came on she became tired 'and lay down to feat. On waking Khe saw the Lamountaia f faouse and made he*'-way to it, • •,' ROUSES eeoA. Kivers, of Houses j teayes o» jaonM .August 6th, for PlattabuJgh, whe*6 he will join the f thte ' ttie 3p In Poiftt In now adpSi* fafloa, cc^ dealer)* havittg town notified of th« irt in frii«» oa •Wiiday of thfs £.k, Tim Maraey, of the local ic«.Nt l*ave» for Ogdm o» Satutday tm g second of jaenta in ason's itizen'a, TriaJ&ifig Camp, The loc£»i yywg man has attended three previous' campa ttoing 1ftie»8at seasons and enter'this year as a secg^aa*- the enfl of this training pitied he Will take an examination, which if fiuctttsfiaiy passed, entitles I ta to & t'oiiBwssion as n see ad Fred C. Porter Mrs.- Oeo. Bombard, of Routes Point, w.a* the ga«it oi friends m& relatives, in Chateaugay «nd •f on Tttesday and Wed- aesday. '...••••' • Teacher-^Can anyone tell me ;where Hoah lived? . Pupil—I don't think he had a regular home. I guess he and hi« family belonged to the floating population—Kansas City Times. SCHOOL VAN 21 Elm Stteet SSAI»0l«E» N. IT. Sopec BMf. Business School of the NortJs CHAMPLAIN, K. FANCY OROCERIES AND PROVISIONS PBESH ^RUtTS ANO VEGETAf lk& in season GOODS AT UIOHT PRICES TELEPHONE AND DELIVERY SERVICE Ife ioliclt your patronage ant* /vriah to assure, you that yoar order* wiU receive out very best attention. IF, YOU utthe on the PEERLESS Six-91 or > SIZE© WINDOWS AND Excellent Material •;•••••-!', 4 ;: r:<I- '• 7- iSci:i FT out your mental f»NMwr- ing »tkk. Apply it to the • • driver will ever dare lo «»e, Jn*t try the Six-91 and §e«. Abundant, •mooth, effortlei* power that ' doe« thing* the ^il^iftivittf^l; ./-•• t, i • I f.; •-. %

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