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Since June 20, 1919, nothing has been seen or heard from Maud Ryther, a Stony Creek girl who went to New York City early last spring to work as a domestic. Read more

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The senior class of Warrensburgh High School, class of 1919, composed of one girl and six young men, was graduated on Friday evening, June 20, 1919, with highly interesting and pleasing exercises at the Methodist Episcopal Church. Read more

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A Corinth boy, 23 years old, is under arrest, accused of misconduct with his sisters, 16 and 13 years old. Read more

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The grass has risen… The music furnished by the Warrensburgh band for the Memorial Day exercises was excellent and was the subject of much favorite comment. The band plans many open-air concerts for this coming summer. Read more

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When the ice went out of the Schroon River on Tuesday and Wednesday, March 26 and 27, 1919, it took with it six of 10 new piers and three old ones belonging to the Schroon River Pulp and Paper Company in Burnhamville... Read more

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Warrensburgh Lodge, No. 488, I.O.O.F, at their regular April monthly meeting on Tuesday night, voted to purchase a building lot from Emerson S. Crandall, adjoining his downtown residence lot on Main Street, Warrensburgh, at a price of $1,000. Read more

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In the case of William Langworthy, of Warrensburgh, against Roy J. Hosley, of Schroon Lake, in the Supreme Court at Lake George, a second trial in the case has been concluded. Read more

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George Maxim, 18, who was nearly totally blinded as a young boy when it is alleged some older boys rubbed sand in his eyes while playing at school, helps his uncle Ransom Maxim drawing pulp wood. Read more

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While engaged in slating the roof of Miss May Hurley’s house on Elm Street, Warrensburgh, George Hill, 70, fell from a ladder on Wednesday afternoon, May 5, 1919, and was painfully injured. Read more

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The body of Frank Fuller, of Wells, who was drowned while breaking up a log jam in the Jessup River at Speculator on April 9, 1919, was found on April 13 by Charles Harrington. Read more

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In this column, in the March 13 issue of The Sun, I wrote about the historic 1804 Stephen Griffing house, opposite Thurman Station, changing hands after the land had been deeded to the family for 119 years. Read more

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The recent storm raised hob with some of the sugar makers in this locality. Read more

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This past winter might have possibly been a lot worse, but it is hard indeed to imagine just how much longer and harder it could possibly have been. Read more

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Ira Millington, of Bakers Mills, was severely injured in an accident there Friday morning, March 14, 1919. He was driving his team in front of the store of Morehouse & Lawrence and leading a horse behind his wagon. Read more

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The historic Griffing homestead farm in the town of Thurman, which came into the possession of the family in 1800 and has been held continuously by descendants of the original owner, Stephen Griffing, has been sold during this month by Orley Hazelton Read more

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“Among the many amusements, nothing influences for evil as much as the dance. It is demoralizing in its effect, and it is an established fact that it is one of the greatest causes of immorality. Read more

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It was just 100 years ago that Warrensburgh folks had something really nice to gossip about. Read more

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Where the bodies are buried... Read more

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I wrote about Stark’s Gold Mine last week. Lyman Stark announced to the world that he not only found pure gold nuggets in his mine, but later, he said he discovered silver, lead, iron and diamonds in abundance there. Read more

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