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Northern Tribune - Wednesday, January 22, 1908

 

Oswegatchie

  • Mr. and Mrs. Willard Swem of Antwerp spent several days here last week with relatives
  • Mrs. Harper and daughter expect to move to Star Lake thinking it more beneficial to her daughters health.
  • Harvey Cary, who was seriously hurt at the races is reported to be doing well.
  • Mrs. Fred Stevens of Fine, was a caller here Sunday, her mother, Mrs. Chase, accompanied her home. 
  • Floyd Greenfield and Edith Shannon of Carthage, were guests of Floyd’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Derwood Greenfield, Sunday and Monday.
  • Grace Kelley had the misfortune to sprain her knee badly in falling from a step ladder leading to the attic in the High School building Monday noon
  • Eugene Swem, of Antwerp, is the guest of his parents.
  • Charlie S. Shannon returned from Whitesboro, Saturday.
  • Mrs. Frank Kelly was in Utica last week but returned home Saturday

 

Madrid

Silas Myers of this place, who had been complaining for a few days of not feeling well, was taken to the hospital at Ogdensburg last Saturday, accompanied by Dr. Quain, where he was operated on for appendicitis.  The operation proved successful and his speedy recovery is anxiously awaited.

 

Rufus Day

Rufus Day, an old and respected resident of Macomb, died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Albert Kitts, in Henderson, Jefferson County, Thursday forenoon, after a long and painful illness of blood poisoning, aged 71 years.  Mr. Day was attacked several months ago with blood poison in one of his legs which soon developed into gangrene which effected the entire system.  Mr. Day was born in Macomb, a son of the late David Day.  For many years he followed the occupation of farming.  For the past quarter of a century he had conducted saw and grist mills being engaged in that line of work for some years at Richville.

For a time, many years ago, he was in charge of the engine at the Gouverneur marble works.  Six years ago he went to Henderson with his daughter and family, where he had since resided.  Mr. Day’s wife died about 25 years ago.  Besides his daughter, Mrs. Kitts, he is survived by two sisters, Mrs. George Smith, of this village, and Mrs. Kentner, of Lisbon, and one brother, Silas Day, ** customs officer of Ogdensbug.

The remains were brought here on the 11:05 train Friday forenoon and were taken directly to Pierce’s Corners, the former home of the deceased for burial.  Services were conducted by the Rev. Erastus Pratt and burial was made in the family plot in Macomb Cemetery.