KILLED BY FALLING TREE
North Idaho Farmer Meets Death by Being Hit by a Limb.
PECK, Dec. 21.--Hugh McNab, a prominent farmer residing near town, was instantly killed today by being struck with a limb while engaged in felling trees. The accident was witnessed by his wife who rushed to the house of a neighbor a mile away. An examination of the body showed the neck to be dislocated.
Source: Idaho Statesman dated 1908-12-22
THREE ARRESTED FOR HORSE STEALING
LEWISTON, May 27.--Jack Lowe, better known as "Happy" Jack, Tom Wilson and Clarence Moore, were arrested at Orofino late, last night charged with horse stealing. The prisoners are awaiting the arrival of county Attorney Needham who will investigate the charges preferred by Hugh McNab of Peck. The trio were arrested at the Martin ranch in the Weippe country by Marshal Miles Cochran of Orofino and arraigned for hearing before Justice of the Peace Buckley, who held there was a lack of sufficient evidence to convict. On advice from the sheriff's office here the men were held. They will be brought here tomorrow morning. When arrested the men had possession a horse belonging to McNab, but they stated they had bought it from a party while on the road.
Source: Idaho Statesman, dated 1907-05-28