In other news, Rev. Dr. Daniel H. Martin, pastor of the Glens Falls Presbyterian Church, is able to resume his clerical duties after an enforced idleness of several months due to injuries suffered in a trolley crash of the Hudson Valley railway at Thomson. Dr. Martin has not even yet fully recovered from the shock.
George Goodson, also of Glens Falls, is still confined to his bed with injuries suffered in that same wreck.
Mrs. Mary L.N. Curtis, whose husband was killed at the Hudson Valley crossing at Round Lake on Labor Day, 1909, last October, 1910, secured a verdict of $18,500 against the Hudson Valley Railway in the Supreme Court at Ballston. This is one of the largest verdicts ever given in a negligence suit in Saratoga County.
Local store selling baldness cure
At the Rexall store in Warrensburgh, Dickinson & Bertrand is selling bottles of Rexall "93" hair tonic like hotcakes. The buyer has the personal guarantee of the store that the tonic will grow hair on bald heads, except in cases where baldness has been of such long duration that the roots of the hair are entirely dead and the follicles closed and grown over and the scalp is glazed. The trial will not cost the buyer a penny if it does not give absolute satisfaction. The small size bottle is 50 cents and the large one is $1.
School decides no more common drinking cup
A meritorious reform in sanitation has been brought about at the Warrensburgh High School by abolishing the public drinking cup. Recently three drinking fountains were installed as an experiment and they were found to work well. Ten more fountains have been ordered for the grade rooms as the next step toward better hygiene.
In other news, "Down in Dixie," a southern play of Civil War times, was presented at Music Hall in Warrensburgh on Saturday morning, Feb. 25, 1911 by the young people of the North Creek High School. Arnold Stone played Harvey Wells, a colonel in the Federal army and Harrison Braley portrayed George Washington Bangs, a Herald newspaper reporter.