Traverse City Record-Eagle

February 3, 2014

News From 100 Years Ago: 02/03/2014

History Center of Traverse City
Traverse City Record-Eagle

---- — n MRS. WILLIAM LARDIE stricken on the street. She was seized with heart failure while apparently in the best of health. She was carried to the residence of A.S. Hobart and a physician was summoned. Life was extinct when he arrived.

n WILL VOTRUBA is home from classes to visit his family. He is attending the U. of M. in Ann Arbor.

n WILL CALL ON any part of the city and get your bicycle. We will store it for free all winter. We also offer enameling, repairing and brazing at the lowest prices. Call Citz. 793.

n MISS EUGENE HOLMES, of 210 East Tenth Street, sustained painful injuries when she slipped and fell on the ice at the entrance to Hannah & Lay Mercantile Company. She struck her head on the walk and was rendered unconscious for several moments. Several people have been injured slipping on the ... walks or ice spots on the roads over the past three days.

n FARMERS are taking advantage of every snow storm that comes this way and bringing loads of logs to the city.

n THE NAVAL RESERVES will hold their annual Ball at the Armory on February 12.

n PANIC STRICKEN shoe prices at A.V. Friedrich Good Shoes. Prices range from 50 cents to $2.95.

n GRAND TRAVERSE Grange will hold its next meeting Saturday afternoon at their hall on Cass Street. The topic will be “The Economic Importance of the Telephone”.