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The North countryman. (Rouses Point, N.Y.) 1928-current, November 15, 1928, Image 4

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W I &,-. •y ' i '•; . : ) \i •••J. ,y i ? • . ' »• /> - ' ^ ;•' & ' ' • !! '' : 1' ^ ':•! • v' 1 • -i P .'! i'j ij '• '} '•I ^1 Page Fout v \Tfa NORTH COUNTRYMAN Thursday, November Achieve* Ambition '.wife WaWca io UM SodaJ Harold Me- it k a complete «t»c- e«^ ttIV aanouncet, she wilt finatty «roH8Bce her retire tneqt. ' the COWAN? Boawl fit p ors li&a declared the following quarterly *» .vfttencls payable Janu- ary % 1029 to of record! November # UlvJdend Ho. ?8 Original Serien Preferred ^%C p»r\ abare^ln -cstsb or 3J9O- Otlw of a share-«f Class AStotk tor each share of Preferred Stock held. • ' Dividend No. 14 *7 Dividend Series Preferred Stock ; --$l,7S per afcare In cash or 3.80- lOOtiui of a share of Clara A Stock for each of Preferred Stock held. Thla Is equivalent to permitting holders of the Preferred Stocks to apply their cash dividend to the purchase of Class A Stock at the price of approximately |46 per •bare as oontpartd with the pres- t market price of about f4i per are. The fttoek dividend Is equivalent to approximately 18.73 per share per annum for the Or* iainal Seriea as compared with the cash dividend of *3.W per share, •ad 97.45 per share per amnimTor the 17.00 Dividend Series Prefer- nd Stock. M. <?. o - \iscMtazir Addifio%ial' copies »)! • ; r ''' ; ' v NOETH ay f?e e Paint at iti liouses in Champlain at '\ ST. MAXEN'S and in Chazy at NORTH'S CASH STORE 5 Cents the Copy m-vimittr - Muea; wiB be said at this season of i»ur wealth,\ tesources, material ,e power, 'extent of\ territroy, all rft whlchr att things for which to. be i&anMul. 'I* -alwost ; aeems -aa though, the description of Israel's promised land poifiied directly to- ward Awerieat \A good land, a tod o| brooks of water, of foun- tains and depths that spring out of the valleys and hills; a land of pheat and barley, and vines, and fig trees and pomegranates; a land \wherein thou shalt eat bread with- out scarceness; a land whom stones are iron, and out of whose hills thou mayest dig brass.\ See and hear \Row** mate quartet, of - • in person next Nov. 3», at P „ Normal School Auditorium; eta on sale at the door_;* OPENING GAMES BASKETBALL KVENING, NOV. 16th, 8 P. M. New High School Auditorium ROUSES POINT, N. Y. Rouses Point High School (Boys) vs. Grand Ufne Rouses Point High School (Girls) vs. Mootrs H. a General Admission, 35c All Students, 2ic DON * T KISS THESE GAMES! 32 Shop] the awr Lucretia VanderMJt and Single 'Compacts last samplM irili i 3 ROUSES POINT LOCALS. Mien fcUry Qr^ftal ie driving a new Na«h sedan recently pur- dtmfled lhrr«ijfh Fred Q. Hoagr, lo- f«] AMIHV and the Todd-Nwm Co. Of F OF OUR Urs. T. M. Le.toard and Mrs. Hejtrie T Ijwmar.i were callera at the hcxiif 'rf Mr. aod Mrs. H. W. Kfvajjp in lA(«»et3 urt Saturday of last vfwk. - Mr.; and 34ns. Roland Nix aod sp«u_iv*yden, ate spending a few days irk \IV»rt»nto. .> WWle fit buni-iii^ \last Saturday Sila*. .HhatroB injur'ii his hand on a b«rbod v/ira icn:c- : J 1CrTT \Wlweler is spi-ndirtg a few days Ui I<«ke WsUoiifehby, Vt. Mr aiMl 'Jin. A. -Dagenais, of MontuHl, w<:rp grtests of Mr. and |£r«. «;ilhert Ashiinc- over the week cud. .Strsi. AUiO-t Mera and daughter, Mrs. fciai garet. Batchelder, called on friends to the Sarattae I*ake i-ipt \veek. 19 SALE New merchandise that has never & before been sold at these prices has arrived for the 3 remaining days of that. - • popular Sale , Two-tone Chinaware in tan and blue com- binations. Bought special for this sdie Wr«.. .1, . t . 'jofwsell, of \'.ith relatives in Mr v/'Un'r, manager «f*K, S- \*n. rue, cnintoia County mles in \Bouses Point this yee.lc. \. j operator anS that iw' prices prevail for Men's Blue Overcoats $1 J9§ $| A.50 %<% J.50 97 NEW WINTER COATS—Spe- cial t«>r this saic— $14.95 LADIES DRESSES—Black $J,95 flat crepe\ ami wulfex ........* BOYS' MACKINAW COATS — '•—\Siles\ S~lo~T6 ' ' 'S*>-95. \ All colors .I.................. .•> Men's Suits in All Wool Fabrics $ir.oo ir .so MEN'S WORK SHOES and DRESS OXFORDS ....... 'S I^ANCY SILK AND WOOL HOSE ' 0 . - ' $|.00 35c 3 pmt for 1 Ail .Colors -;'. |p LADIES' HATS—Just ree«i*ed, Sft new style hats in large and small; head sie %. LADIES' PUMPS and STRAP OXFORDS—Patent and velvet .. ., t WINDOW CURTAINS . in the fewest Designs 59c 95c OUT|NG FLANNEL 1Q C 2 yards for *•* Attend the greatest selling ev^nt ever held in^Northern New at the-stam tibat%trfe|«^litnot the quality.\ SFOR] Rouses Point New York

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