The store of John McPhillips at The Glen was broken into Sunday night, March 13, 1910 and a large amount of dry goods together with about $10 in currency was taken.
A nice deer fearlessly walked into the Henry Gilpatrick's dooryard in Adirondack and than walked up the road as unconcerned as could be.
In South Horicon, a little daughter, Rosamund Jessica Blow arrived March 6, 1910 at the home of the Harmon Blow family.
Judson Russell cut his foot quite badly while cutting stove wood in the woods and Dr. Frazier dressed the wound.
Carl Wheeler of West Bolton bought a span of horses of Mr. Moffitt of Pucker Street recently. Ludwick Wilsey is still drawing wood to Warrensburgh.
Winifred Brewster, six months, the infant daughter of Edward Brewster of Warrensburgh, died of acute bronco-pneumonia.
William Hayes has traded his residence property on Ridge St., Warrensburgh with Jesse Eldridge of Thurman for the William Welch farm there.
In Warrensburgh, Lincoln Tucker has bought the residence property on South St., owned by the heirs of Fanny Bowen and has moved into the house. (Note... E. Lincoln Tucker was the husband of Warrensburg school teacher, Helen A. Bowen Tucker who was 100 years old in 1971 when she died.)
In Chestertown, Fred Tripp is home after he has been driving team at Long Lake West on a lumber job all winter. Miss Mazella Aldrich is confined to her home with chicken pox. Miss Ella Hayes of Bolton is teaching at the Darrowsville School.