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Rabbits and partridge are quite plentiful in West Stony Creek this fall and quite a large number have been captured. R.D. Adams of Warrensburgh will pay cash for hides. Sanford J. Dow of North Thurman killed an April pig that weighed 300 pounds.

Congratulations are in order over the election of a Republican town board in Athol, something we have not ever been favored with until recently. Charles Baker was elected supervisor.

Edward Tripp of Warrensburgh, who was operated upon for appendicitis last month at Glens Falls Hospital, is making excellent progress. Recently it was rumored here that he was dead and general sorrow was expressed — and later there was much relief that the report was false.

The Rev. David Millington of Bakers Mills had an appointment to preach in the Kenyontown Methodist Church on Sunday evening recently and he failed to show up.

Earl French of Lake George and Miss Alberta Russell of Warrensburgh were married by the Rev. S.C. Fox Oct. 12, 1911 at Fairview Cottage.

Gladys Armstrong of Garnet is recovering from scarlet fever. Esmond Smith of Adirondack has gone to Glens Falls to become a chauffeur.

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

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