Miss B. M. Caldwell was a visitor in Schuyierville last week.
The Ladies‘ Aid society meetlng held on Thursday last at the home or Mrs. Charles D. Robbins, was well attended and thoroughly enjoyed. The next meeting will be the annual election of officers:
Mrs. L. A. Coffinger has been conﬁned to the house with the grip.
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert, of West Plttsﬂeid, Mass., have purchased the farm of David P. Robbins and will, take possession April 1. Mr. Robbins has lived on this place for over sixty years and will be greatly missed by friends and neighbors.
Mr. and Mrs. William Putnam will move from the Robbins farm to Wilton. six miles north of Saratoga Springs. Mrs. Putnam’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Robbins. will reside with them for the present.
Burton Barbour is moving from the Ingersoll farm to The Geysers.
Miss Francis Nelson, of Waterford. was the over Sunday guest at her parents.
Stephen S. Barton. who has purchased the Harrison Winney farm, will have an auction of stock. farming utensils’ and household goods on Wednesday. March 14. at the Wagman farm, Wagman’s Ridge.
The blizzard of Sunday night again rendered the roads impassable and they were ploughed out for the second time this year.
Raymond Rogers and mother have moved onto the Sweet farm recently purchased by W. P. Baker and will work for Mr. Baker this year.