From "The Ogdensburg Advance - St. Lawrence Weekly Democrat", Ogdensburg, N.Y.; Thursday, March 31, 1907, pg 1, col 4: BLACK LAKE, Sudden Death of William G. Thurber. Black Lake, March 18 -- Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Thurber were startled last Friday at receiving a telegram from Chant, I. T., informing them of the sudden death of their son, William G.He had been in excellent health until twenty-four hours before he died, inflammation of the bowels causing his death.Mr. Thurber was a graduate of the Ogdensburg Free Academy and a teacher in the High school at Alexandria Bay for four years, then entered the law office of Thomas Spratt, where he remained for two years after which he went to Chant, I. T., where he was engaged in the mining business within a fewmonths of his death.He took an active part in the campaign of the new State and was a candidate for member of legislature from Haskell county.He is survived by a wife and daughter, also father, mother and four sisters namely.Mrs. John Shields and Miss Almeda of Saranac, Mrs. Fred Cottrell of Syracuse, and Miss Esther of Long Island. I'm looking for more information about "Chant, I.T."Was it or is it located in Haskell County at this time? Thank you.