Saratoga County, New York
NEWS OF BALLSTON SPA
(Special to The Saratogian)
Sept 6, 1912
Ballston Spa, Sept 6
Mrs. Elwood C Smith and daughters
Emily and Dorothy West, returned this morning to their home at Newburgh after visiting
Miss Sherman of Bath street.
Harold and Colin Finley have
returned from a visit in New York city.
Mrs E.K. Horton who was
operated upon at the Samaritan hospital, Troy, is reported as progressing very
Omar Goodridge of North
Adams, Mass., is visiting his sister, Mrs. D. N. Hammond of Beach street.
William Guiltinan of
Plattsburgh was a visitor in town today.
Attorney B.D. Esmond
had business at Saratoga Springs.
Mr. and Mrs. B.J. Hill
of New York are moving into the McDonough flat on Church avenue.
About thirty of the
members of the Hall's Corners Sunday school and friends enjoyed a picnic at
Fancher J. Riley's grove, Saratoga Lake, yesterday.
Mrs. Lydia Rogers,
widow of the late John Brown, formerly of Saratoga avenue, died Tuesday,
September 3, at her home in Schenectady, aged sixty-eight years. Funeral
services were held this afternoon.
Poultry fanciers from
this viallage and vicinity, are preparing for the State fair. William H.
Manning, vice president of the county fair, has made a large shipment of
several varieties. D.V.G. Curtis sends his choice lot of Columbian
Wyandottes and Fred Armer his prize winning Huff ? Rocks. Mr. Manning and
Mr. Curtis had a car load between them and shipped by freight while Mr. Armer
will send his by express.
Mrs. Thomas Brown and
daughter, Miss Mabel, Brown, left this morning for St. Catherines, Canada,
after a pleasant visit with their daughter and sister, Mrs. Irwin Esmond of
Mrs. Clarence W. Betts was a visitor at Troy today.
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