Turning Back the Pages

Jesse Cooper of Diamond Point lost another horse recently now making a pair. It’s pretty hard for a poor man to get ahead that way.

A little son, William Peter Ross was born at the home of William Ross in Sodom.

Arthur I. Russell, a graduate of Warrensburgh High School, won the competitive examination held in Glens Falls for a scholarship to Cornell University.

Alex Smith, electrician for the Warrensburgh Electric Light Works, who had the thumb of his right hand badly burned by a live wire at the recent fire in Lewisville, went to Albany to have the member amputated. The nerves were so badly injured and the flesh lacerated to such an extent that it was impossible to save. (Note: The story of the big fire and electrical mishap was told in the June 9, 2012 Adirondack Journal.)

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

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