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Heavy Rainfall Benefits Growing Crops

ITEMS OF INTEREST  — Newsy Notes Gathered From All Parts of the Empire State Telling About What Others are Talking About:

Frost did considerable damage in some sections of Sullivan and Delaware counties Tuesday night of last week. Corn was ruined in some places and fruit suffered generally.

MUST BE VACCINATED

All Children Entering School Next September Must be Vaccinated — State Law Which Must be Complied With.

NEW SALEM BUILDING BURNED

TOWN LOSES SUIT. A Test Case — Oscar Van Wormer Sues Town of Guilderland for Removing Snow Last Winter.

TO ISSUE BIG ROAD GUIDE. Automobile Association to Issue Chart Covering More Than 15,000 Miles — First of Its Kind Given.

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS:

FOR SALE — Seed potatoes, best late variety. Reference; any one who planted our seed last year. W. D. Cummings, Fullers.

War Veteran Dead. Mr. John Jay Gallup, a civil war veteran, died at his home in the town of Knox on Monday evening, March 9.

Another Bad Storm The snow storm of Sunday was the most damaging that has occurred for many years. Officials of the railroad, telephone and telegraph lines say it was one of the worst storms in their experience. The entire country was practically storm-bound from Sunday afternoon until Monday evening.

BIG BLAZE AT BERNE.

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