Mrs. Saville has a strong suspicion as to the identity of the marauders and she and her husband propose to follow the matter up until some one is compelled to pay the penalty for the crime. Several young men are being closely questioned as to just what they know about the affair. Sensational developments are expected and the people of Darrowsville are very much excited.
Supervisors scrutinize budget
At one of the sessions of the Warren County Board of Supervisors at the state armory in Glens Falls, an amendment to the county law was requested fixing the salary of supervisors at $300 per annum instead of $4 a day as at present. The supervisors completed their labors after a session of 28 straight days. One of the last acts of the board was to audit their own bills for services rendered to their various towns. Warrensburgh Supervisor Dr. Alfred J. Pitcher received $260.68 for the year.
Lady found dead in bed
Mrs. Sarah Fuller, 85, a native of Stony Creek, was found dead in bed the morning of Dec. 21, 1911 by her stepson Elmer Fuller who lived with her at home in West Day. Dr. S. Kathan and Coroner Small decided that her death was caused by heart disease from which Mrs. Fuller had suffered since she had a stroke of paralysis several years ago.
The deceased was the oldest daughter of Stephen and Eliza Corey Green. She was born in Stony Creek in 1826 near Lens Lake. When she was young woman, she moved with her parents to West Day where she has since resided. Her husband was Chauncey Fuller. By old and young alike she was known as “Aunt Sate” and was loved by all. The funeral was held Dec. 23, 1911. Her body was taken to Northville for internment.