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The Owens family have decided to build an addition to The Palisades Hotel at Brant Lake this spring and have commenced cutting logs for the lumber. The hotel has had a full house every season and is very popular among their city guests.

Miss Edith Swan has commenced her spring term of school at Darrowsville, near Chestertown. Martin Hill of Riverbank has the measles and Frank Smith's two little daughters are having whooping cough. Mrs. Ann Lynn fell on the ice near her home in Olmstedville and broke her wrist. Her daughter, Mrs. John Clifford is caring for her.

Lenitt May Barber of South Johnsburgh, died Monday, Feb. 27, 1911 of pneumonia. She was eight months old.

Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Everts, of Lake George, formerly of Thurman, brought the body of their infant child, three weeks old, to Warrensburgh on Feb. 28, 1911 for burial.

Nig, a little black pug dog owned by Scott Ross on River St., Warrensburgh, died at the ripe old age of 16 years.

Old Dan, a horse driven by his owner, Mrs. Mary Davis for twelve years before surrendering up his life, is finally gone. He was well loved and one of the handsomest horses in Warrensburgh.

Himalaya Cloth, zibeline poplin, ottoman silk cord, dragon silk, cobweb tissue, madras and percale cloth, all wash goods, may be had at Goodson's Daylight Store in Glens Falls for 25 cents a yard. McCall's patterns are 15 cents each.

Readers are welcome to contact Adirondack Journal correspondent Jean Hadden at jhadden1@nycap.rr.com or 623-2210

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