Just a little snow, the first of the season, came on Nov. 19, 1909. Warrensburgh has been severely affected by drought, but local conditions are not as severe as elsewhere. Some of our industries have been curtailed in their operations but there is still plenty of water available for man and beast.
Dining chairs, finished in golden oak with cane back seat and carved spindle back are on sale this week at Wilmart & Son, Glens Falls for $1.15 each.
The price of shucked oysters in the local stores is currently 40 cents per quart. (Note...they're now $12 per quart.)
Frank G. Stone's store and residence building, occupied by Marshall Stone and William L. Smith, has been improved by a new coat of paint. (Note...This building is still on River St., in the parking lot of the Gristmill Restaurant.)
Byron Straight of Sodom, a local school boy, caught a nice mink and sold the hide for $5 which made him feel pretty good.