Traverse City Press in Traverse-City, Michigan
23 Feb 1917

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23 Feb 1917

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Traverse City Press (Newspaper) - February 23, 1917, Traverse City, Michigan Come to the great sate of sweaters furs overcoats cloaks Etc. Over one Hundred sweater Coats Are now on safest reduced prices sweater Coats for men women and sweater Coats in All. The different colors and weaves. Sweater Coats Worth up to at sweater Coats up 5.50. 6.00 and 6.50 at sweater Coats Worth up to 4.50, 5.00 and 5.50, at Beautiful furs at Haff Price our entire Stock of choicest fur pieces scarfs muffs and sets Are All included at forty Mehs and Young mens overcoats in Chesterfield belted and Pricr Back models All of Worth i to and at and half Price ladies9 and misses cloth garments to at ladies9 and misses Plush Coats Worth up to and at and ladies and misses Coats Worth up to and at and Vrh. Steinberg our Sale of linens Tow Elings Etc., will positively end this saturday night. Press a is get six 1 a pig a touring car for 5 people l will find the hew series Saxon u six roomier and comfortable than Ever also the doors have been widened. So Entrance easier and More lass of " continued from o be she twisted the timid Darakes until the train began to slow arid was finally under control there was no time to lose. As soon As the train came to a Stop within fifty feet of the siding and switch . Cala Spoja Helen raced for the lever and opened the tracks. Without waiting to make sure there was room for the Long train Tom. Dawson kicked the Jumber cars jolting Over the Frig and landed a Jeet to Youthful journalists inaction. Traverse City can boast of another publication which makes its appearance weekly. This Piper is known weekly events and is published by Robert Straub and Harley Derr two Bright boys recently entered their teens. The boys print their paper after school and evenings and it covers a multitude of happenings not Only in traverse City but Over the entire world the editorial column is one that could be imitated to advantage by Many of is o. B. Detroit i specifications new body body new finish "l2in. Brakes 41% rear Spring tilted Windshield new style top with grecian new style fenders instruments mounted on Vanadium valve new design Light weight six Cylinder a High Speed motor Iii. Two 1 unit starting system Timken axles f and Twenty other refinements. F. C. Agent 3 2 4 East front Street spare Between them and disaster Justice old newspapers and therein show of the a ignited became considerable thought and More than Ordinary ability. The first Issue of weekly events made its appearance last August and printed in an old shed with a lantern for a Light. By getting subscriptions from friends the boys succeeded in getting the Coin with which they bought a press just before Christmas and now run advertising which reaches a subscription list of about 30. Previous to the securing of As the. Rumble audible. I. Helen had thrown the switch Back and had collapsed in a shuddering Heap against the Clay embankment when with a shriek an3 a Roar the crack train of the p. I. O., went tear ing past. Attached to the private car of Rupert presi Dent of the amalgamated on jts form was Florence Holmes. There is no need to enter into de the press the paper was printed with. The great Battle that was pen and Ink and often an eight Page fought against the amalgamatedi1 under Issue made its appearance. If always the interstate Commerce the shipment of a package through two states by Helen which gave the basis for suit against Holmes and his crowd As common carriers. Not Only were the plaintiffs awarded heavy damages but the amalgam rated was adjudge in a common the meaning of the Law. Helen Daw son was lionized by the independents arid presented with an engraved Gold there were different manifestations it the Home of in seat the _. To it s All the doing that Dawson remarked Holmes he heard the court s Hittle Cost us a cold but sties still working Ifor Nisi Wisn t inquired Young to. For two Good grinned Holmes. She saved your life then she Steve of that of you Tehfe Stephfen feared f rain the big Sladow remains gently. One More thing i in included Hbl Nies f i lire ahas some items and those who want to encourage Enterprise initiative and determination in Young America give the boys a lift. Ii is already past the experimental stage and the grand rapids press editor has complimented the boys on the appearance arid general Worth of the paper. The traverse City press adds it s congratulations and wishes the Youthful editors the Success they deserve in their Enterprise. Obituary the h ome of Charles s. May 624 fifth Street was saddened Friday morning at when the wife and Mother together with new born infant passed from this great beyond. . May a Man Ager of the local Knox store and although Here but a Short time j has made Many friends who sympathize with the husband and two children who survive. The re Mains were placed aboard the afternoon r. I train Anil taken to my. Vernon Ohio for interment. George Edward Stevens aged 50, passed away at the family residence 529 fifth Street. Deceased had been ill for several weeks with pne Anotnia and the end came feb. 21. Funeral from West Side Church and interment in Oakwood. Barney Pitcher breathed his last at the family Home 1004 Lincoln st., feb. 17 from dropsy. Funeral from Oak Park Cong Church revs. Clark and Thurston officiating feb. 20. Paralysis caused the decease of Oscar m. Morse at 743 Washington . 16 funeral from Asbury Church feb. 19. Old age ended the earthly career of mrs. Lucinda Wolcott feb. 21. At the Home of her son w. F. Wolcott 133 s. Spruce st. Remains were shipped to Nashville Mich for interment. Gave Farewell party mrs. A e. Demonn and mrs. Andrew Fryxell gave a Farewell party monday afternoon at 615 w. Tenth Street previous to the departure of mrs. John Adana. A very pleasant afternoon was spent in Crochet and fancy work and a tasty repast served. Hard time dance the Rebecca Lodge will give a hard time dance in the Odd Fellows Hall tuesday evening february 27. Dout returned to Detroit miss Charlotte m. Muir How spent two weeks with or. And mrs. h. Anderson of West eight Street returned to her Home saturday. Miss Muir is connected with the Annis fur co. Rugs they re new they re different and even though they re Low priced they re unusually durable and Good looking. We have sold a great Many to the housewives about town and have yet to. Hear a complaint about them Cong oleum rugs Are fest supplanting All other of medium priced rugs now on the Market. They re washable and Waterproof. Lie Flat without fastening. Come in today and let us Tell you about them and show you some of the very handsome patterns which we have. Special prices by j. W. Skater

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