Traverse City Record-Eagle

June 17, 2013

News from 100 years ago: 06/17/2013

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---- — H.S. HULL has added the launch “Hilda” to the fleet of boats on Lake Leelanau. It is said that there are to be some fast motor boat races pulled off on that lake this summer.

FRANK FRIEDRICH did not want to see so many people who are not at all familiar with the route to Lake Leelanau go the wrong way, so he has had placed at the different crossroads signboards telling the travelers which way to go. They are thanking him for his thoughtfulness.

THE STEAMER LEELANAU brought a party of seventy-five Provemont people to Fouch Sunday on an excursion. The Provemont band accompanied them and enlivened the day with their music. There were a number of people who went out from Traverse City to join the crowd.

NOTICE! My wife, Mrs. E. Ingersoll, having left my bed and board, I will not be responsible for any bills contracted by her. E. Ingersoll.


A DIVER has been secured to recaulk the sunken Pe-To-Se-Ga. He arrived this morning from Manistee and went directly to work. As the craft is now it will be impossible to pump her out until she has been made watertight, as the seams have opened on the submerged side.

FOR SALE – 2 work horses; will sell cheap. Inquire Moir’s barn.FOR SALE – Buttermilk for hog feed. Inquire at the creamery. Citizen’s phone 978, Bell 362.