Contributed by Kathleen Peck Probasco
Date: January 7 1916
Newspaper published in: Moscow, Idaho
Source: University of Idaho Library
The death of little Cleo R. Wishard occurred on December 31 at the home of her uncle, Dan Martinson, 403 S. Adams street. The child was afflicted with infantile paralysis, and was in this city for treatment. Deceased was 10 years, two months and eight days of age. Interment was made in the Moscow cemetery on New Year's day. No funeral services were held, owing to the nature of the disease.
Fredereaka Little was the plaintiff and Charles R. Little the defendant in a sensational divorce case tried before Judge Steel Wednesday [January 5] in the district court. The amount involved in the suit according to the case is $24,000. Cruelty, need of medical attention, and destitution are alleged against the defendant by the plaintiff, as grounds for divorce.
The plaintiff also alleges that the defenddant is guilty of misconduct, regarding a hired girl and a lady school teacher. The case was taken under advisement, and the testimony closed. The members of the case are residents of Lewis county.
The plaintiff was represented by G. Orr McMinimy of Ilo and the defendant by S.O. Tannahill of Nez Perce, as attorneys. A number of witnesses from Lewis county were in attendance.
The body of Henry R. Hall, who died Tuesday [January 4] at Wallace, arrived in the city last night, accompanied by R.L. Hall and J.E. Hall, brothers of the deceased. Mr. Hall was a mining man of Wallace at the time of his death. He formerly lived at Moscow, where he was engaged in farming. He had many friends while residing in this city. Mr. Hall left Moscsow some ten or eleven years ago. He is survived by a widow and three children; his mother, Mrs. E.P. Hall of this city and four brothers, R.L. and J.E. Hall of Moscow, Charlie Hall of Portland, and George F. Hall of Salem, Oregon.
The body lies at the Grice undertaking parlors awaiting funeral arrangements. The remains may be shipped to Oregon to be interred beside those of his father.
David H. Peterson, a resident of Juliaetta, died last Sunday [January 2] at a local hospital. Mr. Peterson was 66 years old. Cause of death was peritonitis. He had lived in Juliaetta for the past thirteen years, moving to that place from Indiana. Deceased was a carpenter by trade. Surviving are a son in Chicago, and a daughter, Mrs. W.C. Joslin, who lives at Juliaetta. The body was in charge of the Grice funeral parlors and was shipped to Juliaetta Monday evening where interment was made. Rev. Fowler, of this city,...[unclear] service.
Harvard, Idaho, Jan. 3.--William C. Conner, one of Latah county's earliest pioneers, passed away at his little log cabin at the mouth of Poorman creek, December 30th, after an illness of but a few hours. Shortly after noon of that day Mr. Weisenthal, a neighbor, went down to the cabin to have a saw filed, and found Mr. Conner seemingly in his usual health. Mr. Conner worked on the saw a few minutes and complained of being dizzy and asked to be helped to his bed. From that time he grew rapidly worse and at eight o'block that evening he passed into that sleep that knows no awakening. The remains were laid to rest in the Woodfell cemetery Sunday.
William G. Conner was born in Ireland seventy-three years ago, coming to the United States when quite young. He came to the Palouse river nearly forty years ago. He settled on a quarter section of land near Kennedy Ford, known as the old P.D. Sardam place. In 1884 he joined the rush to the Hoodoo mining camp, where he has since lived.
Mr. and Mrs. J.A. Gossett, on New Year's day celebrated their golden wedding anniversary at the home of their son, J.N.W. Gossett. They were married on January 3rd, 1866, in Edmonton, Kentucky. Mr. and Mrs. Gossett are the parents of twelve children, eight of whom were present at the celebration. Twenty-five grand-children were also present. The aged couple were presented with gifts by their children.
A surprise party was given last Wednesday afternoon [January 5] for Mrs. A.S. Edgett at her home 501 Adams street, the occasion being her birthday. The party was arranged by her daughter, Miss Ruth. Forty-four of Mrs. Edgett's friends were present, and a most delightful social afternoon was spent. Late in the afternoon a dainty luncheon was served. The birthday cake, which came as a surprise also, was baked by Chester Vincent.
Dr. and Mrs. W.M. Hatfield are the very happy parents of an eight pound girl, born Wednesday afternoon [January 5]. Mother and daughter are doing nicely.
John Hall of this city left Tuesday morning [January 4] for Wallace, where his brother, who was a prominent mining man, died of pneumonia. The remains will probably be shipped to Moscow for interment.
Marriage licenses: Solomon Lindau to Signe Anderson; W.B. Chamberlain to Hanna Moran; C.L. Platz to Ellita Campbell; John S. Scott to Gertrude Kroman; Henry Neel to Lena Pearl Foss; Chas. A. Hammond to Amy Anderson; August Stanley to Luella Brigham; F.A. Jennings to Rena M. Hedglen; George E. Smith to E. Signa Hillstrom; J.A. Samford to Helen Linehan; W.M. Seybold to Nina Benson.
Princeton--A marriage license was issued Tuesday [January 4] by County Auditor...to James H. Holt, of Kendrick, and Miss Jessie J. Hunt of Deary.
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