News roundabout

Wesley Morehouse of Sodom killed his hog. He thinks it will be cheaper to buy pork than to buy grain to make pork.

J.H. Wade is building a fine residence on Circle Ave,, North Creek with G.H. Rogers managing the job.

A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Victor Dickinson on Sunday, Nov. 7, 1909 at Bolton Landing.

Mrs. Edith Reilly of Newcomb, daughter of James Wilcox, fell down stairs in the new schoolhouse, hurting her knee and scraping her limb quite badly. Mrs. Charles Lanfear of The Glen underwent a serious operation for hernia at Saratoga Hospital.

Washington Chase of Newcomb was stepping into his boat recently and slipped and fell striking his side against the oar lock and cracking two of his ribs.

Lawrence Pratt of Warrensburgh and a few men are cutting and skidding the lumber on Orletta Cilley's back lot. John Crane of Wevertown has gone to work for E. Wakely at his lumber camp.

Orrin Perkins of West Stony Creek is building a fine new house for the comfort of his large poultry flock.

Norman Bennett has moved from Putney Hill, Warrensburgh to the Mead Ellsworth farm which he has rented in Caldwell (Lake George).

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