News roundabout

The delightful summer weather we have been enjoying for more than a week took its departure Oct. 13, 1909 when the temperature took a drop of about 20 degrees.

A pumpkin pie social was held at the residence of James Alexander in Wevertown and the proceeds were $11. Landlord Edward O. Kelse, of the Brant Lake House, Horicon will hold a closing entertainment at the hotel and $1 will cover the charge for dancing and refreshments.

R.D. Hastings had a cancer removed from his lower lip by Dr. Barnes of Glens Falls.

D.H. Moon of Hill View (Diamond Point) is laid up with rheumatism.

Selden Thomas, of West Bolton, while running his motor boat, caught his foot in the engine and cut it badly.

Miss Anna Russell, of Thurman, is employed by E. Baker at his lumber camp in West Stony Creek.

Sidney Ross, on going to the barn Monday morning in South Horicon, found his horse, Lamburtus Jr., with his hind leg broken. The animal was shot.

Fosmer and Fonda gave a stag supper at the home of Mr. Fonda in Chestertown. It was a fine affair as they know how to entertain their friends in first-class style with lobsters the much favored food.

LeGrand Cramer and family, of Troy, motored up in their auto to the Chester House to dine on Sunday, Oct. 2, 1909. Mr. Cramer was one of the first to own a place on Lake George which he bought in 1860 there.

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