The Idaho Post
The Idaho Post
Contributed by Kathleen Peck Probasco

Date: June 7 1918

Newspaper published in: Moscow, Idaho

Source: University of Idaho Library

Harvard--Charles Lebold of Palouse and Ulrich Lienhard of Princeton were up the river Saturday evening securing affidavits as to the time and birth place of Harvey E. Beeson, who will be remembered by the pioneer residents as a son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Beeson early day settlers of the east fork of Meadow creek, but who left here some twenty years ago for Palouse, where Mr. Beeson died shortly after moving out. Harvey is now a resident of the Red Deer district in Alberta, though still a citizen of the United States, and being of military age, desired to register as an American citizen, and had to have affidavits from this country to prove his citizenship.

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Harvard--A baby girl arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Schott, May 31st.

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Princeton--Mr. and Mrs. Bina McVay are the proud parents of an 8-lb. girl. Rufus Utt says he don't feel a bit older to be called grandpa.

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Marriage licenses have been issued to John F. Barnes, of Moscow and V. Faythe Follett, of Genesee; Felix Stapleton and Margaret Balch, of Potlatch; and Victor S. Chaney and Melza Frizelle, both of Troy. Barnes is a sergeant at Camp Lewis and returned to Moscow for his bride, who will accompany him on his return in a few days. Chaney is in the heavy artillery on the coast and will be married tomorrow, when his bride will accompany him to his post of duty.

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The 6-months old baby of Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Brigham, of Lenville, died this morning [Saturday, June 1] at the family home. The funeral will be held at the family cemetery tomorrow near Lenville.

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Rev. and Mrs. M.A. Hall are rejoicing over the arrival of a fine son.

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On Saturday evening, June 1st, Miss Dora Rawson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rawson of this city, was united in marriage with Mr. Otis Bradley, son of Mr. M.L. Bradley, a prosperous farmer of Farmington, Wash. The wedding ceremony was performed by the Rev. M.W. Morse, in the presence of the bride's family, after which dainty refreshments were served. The happy couple will make their home on a farm Mr. Bradley is cultivating near Farmington. Their many friends will wish them all kinds of good in their new relation.

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Tim Sullivan received a telegram this morning announcing the death of his mother, Mrs. John Sullivan, at their home at Genesee. He left at once for that place. Mrs. Sullivan was 74 years old and the wife of a pioneer. She is survived by her husband, three sons, Timothy, John and Daniel, and one daughter, Mrs. Jacobs. The three sons live in Latah county. The daughter in southern Idaho. The funeral will be held at Genesee, Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock.

Submitted: 01/02/06

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