FIRST ANNUAL DINNER

Republicans of Guilderland Organization and Helderberg Republican Club Dine at Hotel Altamont. Over 100 Members Were Present.

ITEMS OF INTEREST

Newsy Notes Gathered From All Parts of the Empire State Telling What Others Are Talking About

William Lee, of Indian Orchard, Mass., has started a “worm” farm to supply bait for anglers. The worms are fed on soap suds, sugar, and bread crumbs.

INCREASED ASSESSMENT
In The Village Of Altamont Was Ordered By

The State Board Of Tax Commissioners.

VILLAGE OFFICIALS COULD DO NOTHING BUT COMPLY WITH ORDER —

TOWN ASSESSORS ALSO RECEIVED SAME ORDER FROM STATE BOARD.

DECLINES NOMINATION

James E. Kirk Says He Will Not Run for the Office of Village President on the Democratic Ticket.

The following letter was received by C. Martin, village clerk of Altamont, this week:

Altamont, N.Y., March 2, 1915.

William Jones reports the presence of a red robin in the orchard near his home. A rag man was also seen about the village Tuesday. These are two good signs of an early spring.

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