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Many new cases of measles have been reported in this area.

Over in North Caldwell there are seven new cases in the family of Charles Prosser and two of them have developed pneumonia. Kate Russell also has the measles.

The new spring hats for the ladies are said to be much more becoming than last year and look just lovely on pretty heads. Miss Nina Holleran has been in New York City studying the spring millinery styles and she has been employed here as a trimmer for Mrs. Percy Hall's shop.

Mary Stone fell on the icy sidewalk on Smith St. a while ago and broke two ribs. She is confined to her bed and her daughter, Mrs. Austin Tucker, is caring for her.

George Cowles is suffering from an abscess on his neck. Mrs. Martin L. Messenger is seriously ill with typhoid pneumonia at her home on Hudson St.

The Canadian Jubilee Singers, six men and three women, gave a concert at the Arrensburgh Music Hall under the auspices of the Methodist Episcopal Church.

Four teachers, Misses Daniels, McIntyre, Johnson and Leland have resigned from the Warrensburgh Central School. Replacements are being sought.

Carter Pasco has opened a feed and grain store at the Jarvis homestead downtown which he purchased. He will sell all kinds of grain, flour, hay and straw.

Readers are welcome to contact Adirondack Journal correspondent Jean Hadden at jhadden1@nycap.rr.com or 623-2210

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