Traverse City Record-Eagle
— Marriage licenses were issued today to William J. Smith and Alta E. Wells, both of Traverse City; Will M. Russell and Lola May McCombs, both of Buckley, R.F.D. No. 1.
Geo. B. Blue is having a large porch built on his house on Washington street occupied by Ed Smith.
The result of the Newcomb match between the Elmwood Avenue school and the Union Street school held yesterday afternoon was 96-50 in favor of the Elmwood school.
A quiet wedding was solemnized last evening at the home of Rev. C. H. Irving, when Miss Alta E. Wells and Deputy Sheriff William J. Smith were united in marriage. Mrs. Smith and Miss Mattie Lyon acted as witnesses. Mr. and Mrs. Smith will make their home on Eighth street.
NOTICE: To Owners and Drivers of Automobiles. It is respectfully requested by the commission of Traverse City that owners and drivers of automobiles observe the laws relative to the driving of automobiles.
The police department have received instructions to enforce the law and owners and drivers of automobiles must be governed thereby.
T.H. Gillis,Clerk of the Department of Public Safety.
WANTED: Business position by young man, commercial teacher. Care M.P.R.
FOR SALE — Moving picture show, only one in town. Good proposition for hustling man. Address, Culman and Hunter, Elk Rapids.
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