• SUIT WAS bought in Circuit Court today for $5,000 bought by Effie Saxton versus William Gregory et al, of Fife Lake through her Attorneys. The suit alleges that William Gregory sold intoxicants to her husband who was inebriated at the time. Mr. Saxton tried to board a moving train while in this condition, and died as a result on November 25, 1908.
  • ERNEST DOLAN of Iron Mountain, was slugged and robbed of $98, a valuable diamond ring, and a suitcase just off the Cass Street Bridge near the Pere Marquette tracks last night. Dolan said he was with two men, one of which he called a friend for the past two years, when the blow which rendered him unconscious was struck, and the men made their escape. He was discovered at 9 a.m. the next morning in convulsions. He was transported to the Leelanau Hotel and later to the Grand Traverse Hospital in critical condition. The doctor believes he will survive though.
  • DR. JAMES D. MUNSON, Superintendent of the Northern Michigan Asylum, will speak to the Ministers of this City on “The Cause of Insanity” at their meeting next Monday at the Library at 10:00.
  • TEN DOLLARS for a first class gas range and all the connections is our offer this month. 893 families in Traverse City are cooking with gas and you can’t afford to be without it. Phone 124 and a representative from Traverse City Gas Company will be in contact with you.
  • CALL Phone 90 or come in person at Frank Paine Florist and ask for our Enchantress Carnations. They are well named — you only have to see them to fall under the spell of their beauty. Have a vase of Enchantress Carnations on your table tonight!
  • CULMAN AND GOODE have just received a novelty in the shape of a horn, the Klaxon. This horn is used on boats and automobiles and the sound of it can make a deaf man jump five feet in the air, along with being heard for miles. By means of the brake, the sound can be softened.

Compiled by Cathy Griffin at the Traverse Area Historical Society in collaboration with the Traverse Area District Library.