The tailoring establishment of Katz & Bierman in Warrensburgh, located in the Cunningham building at the corner of Main and School (now Stewart Farrar) streets, was burglarized the night of Oct. 6, 1909 and several suits of clothes were stolen. The burglars made an entrance to the building through a south street window. They took all they could, three suits of clothes and a pair of trousers. One suit belonged to William Wallace of Burnhamville and another to John Morris, clerk at the Adirondack Hotel. The third was left by a stranger to be cleaned. A quarter of a dollar was left in the cash register undisturbed.
(Note...Attorney Thomas Cunningham was elected Warrensburgh supervisor in 1861, 1864, 1872, 1881 and 1883 and served in that capacity for 15 years. His fine old home, one of the oldest in town, dating back before 1850, was located across Main St. from the Grand Union. For some time, the home housed the Soil & Water Conservation District offices. The Cunningham home was torn down - despite the valiant efforts of Teresa Whalen and the local Beautification committee to save it. It was located where Warrensburg Health Center medical billing office parking lot sits now.