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Northern Tribune – WednesdayOctober 9, 1907


Macomb –


Oswegatchie –


Local Happenings (Gouverneur) –


Charles S. Liscomb

Charles S. Liscomb died at his home in Prospect Street at 8 o’clock Monday evening, after a long and painful illness of tubercular consumption, aged 41 years.  He had been in rather poor health for the past two years but attended to his duties until the fore part of January last, when he was compelled to give up on account of rapidly failing strength.  Mr. Liscomb was born in the town of DeKalb, but had resided in this town a good share of his life, with the exception of three years spent in the town of Fowler, where he was employed in the light and power plant of the Oswegatchie Light and Power Co, and previously for a time ***.

Charles Liscomb was a man of the strictest integrity, a genial neighbor, a kind husband and loving father, and his loss is greatly deplored by a wide circle of friends and acquaintances.  Besides his widow he is survived by four children, Edith, Arthur, Mildred, and Sarah, also his mother, Mrs. Eleanor Liscomb of Harrison, Mich; two brothers, Leonard of Harrison, Mich and Sylvester of Florida; two sisters, Mrs. John Powell of Buffalo, and Mrs. T. B. Metcalf of Richmond Hill, Ont

The funeral will be held tomorrow afternoon at 8 o’clock from the West Side Chapel, the Rev. J. S. Wilds, officiating and burial will be made in Riverside Cemetery. 


Austin Kinney

Austin Kinney a life long resident of this village died at the State Hospital at Ogdensburg early Monday morning, aged 41 years.  Mr. Kinney had been in failing health for some years past, and the end was not unexpected.  The remains were brought to the home of his mother in Hailesboro street, Monday evening by Undertaker A. E. Cushman.