Gleanings from Penn Yann Democrat December 15, 1899

Dr. E. P. Stuart left for his home in Penn Yann, N.Y. last Tuesday. He will probably return in February.--- Free Press, Southern Pines. N.C.

Dr. Peter O. Sanford, who has been a member of the staff of St. Luke's hospital, Denver, for some time, will locate in Colorado Springs January 1st for the practice of his profession.

Mr. F. R. Gillette expects soon to open a dancing school in Dundee.
Isaac Fox died at the county house Tuesday night, aged 90 years.

A teachers' institute will be held in Penn Yann the first week in January 1900.
R. M. Kinne has purchased the interst of William Turner in the coal business formerly conducted here by Kinne & Turner.

News was received here on Tuesday of the sudden death at Newark, N.Y. of Rev. Francis Day Hodgson, who was principal of the Penn Yann Academy from 1875 to 1883.
Monday evening a number of members of Tyrone lodge, I.O.O. F., visited Keuka lodge, and there were also present a number of visitors from other lodges. Work in the initiatory degree was done, two candidates taking the degree.

Claude Ketchum, a lad nine years old, fell from the trestle at the coal sheds formerly used the firm of Potter, Kinne, & Kendall, on Shepard street, and was considerably bruised, last Monday. He is a son of Charles Ketchum of this villiage.

Last Friday Mrs. James Prosser met with a serious injury at her home in Jerusalem. She was reaching for something on a shelf where a loaded gun was lying, and in some way discharged the weapon, the shot entering her arm near the elbow and causing a severe wound.