The engine had hit a coal car and the conductor was the most seriously hurt as he suffered a cut hand and a badly injured back.
Beauty contest held at local high school
With the permission of Principal Chilson, a beauty contest will be held at Warrensburgh High School for "Most Popular Girl Student." Ten cents will buy ten votes. May Murray, Barbara Stewart, Clara King, Vivian Waters, Corinne Kenyon and Marion Burt are the contestants. Campaigning for the title is now in full swing at the school.
News near and far
A bad mistake happened at Saranac Lake the other day when the Town Clerk issued to a young man who wanted a marriage license a hunter's license instead.
Edward Payson Weston, the world-famous pedestrian, recently walked from Portland Maine to San Francisco when he was over 70 years of age. He has purchased a farm in Wilton, NY where he plans to retire from his travels.
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Wedding bells ring locally
John F. McCane of Indian Lake and Miss Clara Hutchins of Johnsburgh were married Oct. 10, 1910 by the Rev. Arthur Baker of Bakers mills.
A very pretty wedding took place at St. John's Church in Chestertown on Oct. 12, 1910 when Miss Helen Murphy, daughter of Cornelius Murphy of Friends Lake, was united in marriage to Edward D. Bradley of New York City by the Rev. Father Ward of North Creek.
Ernest Rist of Albany and Miss Maude Austin of Warrensburgh were quietly married at the Warrensburgh Presbyterian Church manse on Oct. 29, 1910 by the Rev. Richard Abbott. Miss Frances Austin and Harold Labrum were the attendants. The bridegroom is a former Warrensburgh boy.