In Chestertown, the tax collector will be at the Rising House hotel Jan. 6 and 20, 1910 to receive taxes. Clark Leggett is drawing logs. Lawyer Charles P. Coyle and family have moved to Glens Falls. William Huntington of Bartonville is filling up Albert Thieriot's ice house.
In Johnsburgh Corners, Lizzie Armstrong has tonsillitis. Mrs. George Putnam has a fine new Estey organ. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Bills are on their wedding trip. W.C. Johnson has gone to Stony Creek to draw logs for L.W. Brooks. George Bates is failing in body and mind.
Charles Millington of Bakers Mills was brought home from West Long Lake where he broke his leg. Charley Smith of South Horicon killed a hog weighing 535 pounds. A six-month-old twin daughter of Charles Monroe died Jan. 9, 1910.
Harvey Robbins of Bakers Mills, who has been very ill with heart disease and dropsy, is very low. Birtle Kenyon of North Thurman is employed in the lumber woods at West Stony Creek. Merton Corlew of Wevertown is at home disabled by injuries received while at work in the north woods.