Lewiston Morning Tribune|
Monday, June 17, 1907
Death of Joseph Smith.
Well Known in Culdesac Where He Lived for a Number of Years.
Joseph Smith, age 68, died yesterday afternoon in east Lewiston. Mr. Smith was a single man and was well known in Culdesac where he followed his trade as a cobbler for a number of years. Efforts to trace his relatives will be made today. No arrangements for the funeral have been made and will not be until some trace of his relatives can be found. Mr. Smith is a man of some means and came to Lewiston only a few days ago. The cause of his death was paralysis. Undertaker Jaeger will have charge of the funeral.
Lewiston Morning Tribune
The funeral of Joseph Smith, who died Sunday, will be held this afternoon from the Jaegar undertaking parlors. The remains had been held until inquiry could be made with the hope of locating some of the relatives of the deceased, but it could not be learned up to today that he left any relatives. The deceased was an aged man and formerly was in the shoe-making business at Culdesac.