Wheeling and dealing with horses
G.R. Smith of Johnsburgh is the proud owner of the handsomest cutter in town. Chester Mitchell has sold his farm in Minerva to Orrin Kellogg.
Henry Brown, foreman of the Eagle Nest Club's property at Blue Mountain Lake was recently in Warrensburgh to buy a team and found just what he wanted at the farm of Arthur Morrison. He drove home with a fine pair of horses for which he paid $500. Mr. Morrison bought the team from Eugene Murphy of Chestertown.
In other news, at the home of William LaFlure in Pottersville there is much rejoicing over the arrival of a son who came on Christmas night. The question is, will young LaFlure be as good a horse trader as is his grandfather, Uncle Joe LaFlure?
Citizens passed away
Lorenzo Hemingway, 88, an old resident of Horicon, died Friday, Jan. 20, 1911 of cancer at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Hiram Ross. He has two other daughters and three sons to mourn his loss.
Mrs. Elizabeth Loveland, 79, died of pneumonia Jan. 20, 1911 at the home of John W. Cameron of Athol. Internment was in the Cameron Cemetery.
Mrs. Kezire Murdock, 77, died Saturday, Jan. 21, 1911 of chronic nephritis at the home of her son, Linsey Murdock with whom she resided in Warrensburgh.
William Lackey, 88, died Jan. 25, 1911 at his home in Johnsburgh. He is survived by two sons, Andrew and Miles Lackey.
Ella K. Ingraham, 3, the daughter of Mrs. Carrie Ingraham and a grandchild of John H. Pasco, died Jan. 25, 1911 of typhoid fever in North Caldwell. The father died of the same disease about three years ago in Glens Falls.
The men and teams around Riverbank are very busy drawing logs to the river and wood and pulp wood to Warrensburgh. Arvin Hutchins has commenced drawing pulp from Mill Creek Pond. Wallace Tucker of North Thurman has been working in the lumber woods at Cedar Lakes. The sleighing is fine.