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tin TIMES-DEMOCBAT.IJMA; OHIO, FRIDAY, DECEMBER ^^:^^V^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ;_i ' ' ._*..! j * _ ' a a and released J Sif-l case in-1 1SS8, at Main to was you. by Carpenter details the in the being upper like who to clc- of porch interest at Silently in Sleep of Death. Life's Journey Completed by Venerable John O'Day. brother of Vice President Daniel O'Day, of Stan. dard Oil Co, Passes to Rest at the Home of His Son William J, O'Daj-, in This City- Remains Takes to Elmira, S. Y. The anee! of death entered the home of Will J. O'Day this morning at two o'clock, aii'l callfd away his venerable venerable father. John O'Day, of Elmira, -\. Y . T.-IIO camo here six weekt, aso to pay a \ i b i t to his son. Will O'Day. "f -'ff. north Elizabeth street, and also his daughter. Mrs. John F. Campbell, of 529 west Wayne street. Ten days after his arrival here, Air. O'Day was taken ill with an attack of Brights dis- eottTllle. N- Y.; afterwards settling In Elmira, wbero lie ban been an honored a*d respected citizen for the past twenty years. To mourn his death are hla sorrowing wife, two Sons. Will J. O'tfcy, of this city and John J O'Day, of Elmira, and two daughters Mrs. John F. Campbell, of this city and Mre. J. F, Murtaugh. of Elmira Ho is also survived by one brother Mr. Daniel O'Day, vice president o the Standard Oil Company who re sides in New York city, and two sis ters, Mrs. Catherine Hersee and Mrs Wm. Richardson, of Buffalo. Danie J. O'Day, of this city, general superin tendent of the Buckeye Pipe Line Co. is a first cousin of the deceased anc Joseph A. Dutton. of this city, la nephew. A large delegation of Lima Council, K. of C., met at the residence of Mr. W. J. O'Day this afternoon and escorted the remains to the C. E. depot, where the relatives left with the body at 4:33 for Elmira, N. Y. Upon their arrival there the remains remains will be taken to the late home of the deceased, where it will lie in state until Monday morning, when the last sad rites will be held at St. Patrick's Patrick's church. The pastor, Rev. J. J. Bloomer, assisted by other members of the Catholic clergy of that city, will officiate. Tlir- deceased's brother. Daniel O'Day, of New York City, an anger] for a (special car that was attached u !Cru train Xo. ·!. for (he tonvf ::ienu' ajid accommodation of the relatm-* ami fn r 'n'.s Viho arc ntcuynpunyiug the remain., remain., to Elmira. Thurs- T. P. ease, from which he had been a long sufferer. Other complications soon followed, which terminated in death He was conscious up to the end and was surrounded by all the members of his beloved family, several of whom had been summoned from the east several days ago, on account of his critical condition. The deceased was, during his mortal life, an un- COLD WORK. Fire Laddies Made a Run Early This Morning. Car Loaded With Lumber Caught Fire in the C. H. D. Yards. Considerably Damaged. At 4.10 o'clock this morning the right man ia every particular. Ho I north side fire department and th was a strict member of the Catholic ladder truck crew from thf central church, and was before death, fortified fortified by all the consolation and the last sacraments of his church. Mr. O'Day was a member of Elmira Council Council Knights of Columbus, and of Branch 51. C M. B. A., of Elmira. N. Y. He was born in the city of Kila- disert. County Clare, Ireland, on St. Johns day. Juno 24th, 1S39 He embarked embarked to America, with his parents at the age of five years, locating at Ell!- station vcrc called out for a long run in thf' biting cold air by an alarm from box 14. A car loaded with dressed liimbfr had caught fire from sparks from a locomotive and being located about 400 (ret north of t h e O'Connor avtnue crossing the firemen had to lay nbout li'OO feet of hose before' they could reach the flames with a stream · ·f w a t e r The men worked for two hi virs bfiori' HIP flames were entirely extinguished. The- damage was c;m- and If All of

Clipped from The Lima News26 Dec 1902, FriPage 8

The Lima News (Lima, Ohio)26 Dec 1902, FriPage 8
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