Mrs. Almon (Emma Smith) Young, 91, who resides with her daughter, Mrs. Thomas Woodward on Hudson St., Warrensburgh, broke her hip in October. She died Dec. 5, 1909.
Myra Aubrey, who keeps house for Fred Fuller at Wevertown, came to Warrensburgh to see her mother, Mrs. Dodge, who is suffering from gangrene resulting from an injury to her leg two weeks ago while getting out of a wagon.
While hunting one day recently, Carlos Patnode of Schroon Lake fell from a ledge and broke his leg in three places between the knee and ankle. He made his way to his boat and rowed to Schroon Lake village and after all this suffering he bore the pain of setting the bones without taking an anesthetic.
In other news, Jay Pasco of Johnsburgh Corners, met with a serious accident. He was standing on a sleigh on which there was a double-bit axe sticking in the rack. By some jolt of the horses he lost his balance and fell on the axe, striking one of his legs on the bit, making a bad cut. He was taken to Warrensburgh where he was treated by Dr. Griffin.