The Democratic State Convention in session at Syracuse nominated William Sulzer, representative in Congress from New York City, for governor and Martin H. Glynn of Albany for Lieutenant governor. Present governor John A. Dix was turned down for re-election.
A petition asking for the appointment of a committee to examine into the competency of Ella Flansburgh of the Town of Thurman was granted by County Judge George S. Raley at a session of County Court.
Harry Floyd and Miss Julia Haff, both of Adirondack, were married by the Rev. L.T. Cole on Sept. 18, 1912 at the Methodist Episcopal Church in Chestertown.
Mrs. John Ferris died at her home in North Chester after an illness of several months, during which she bore her sufferings with rare patience and fortitude. She is survived by her husband whose faithful companion she has been for many long years.
C.H. Glassbrook, proprietor of the Warrensburgh-Chestertown stage line, has purchased an automobile stage for his route, a 16-passenger Stanley Steamer, exactly like the one on the Warrensburgh-Thurman route. It will make two trips daily.
Mrs. Lawrence Pratt and Mrs. Thomas Maloney picked in a field near the McGann farm on Horicon Avenue, Warrensburgh enough raspberries to make them each a pie. This is remarkable for this time of year.
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