OGEMAW COUNTY, MICHIGAN

OGEMAW COUNTY NEWSPAPERS, 1911-1922

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Several different newspapers were published in Ogemaw County during this time-frame.
The West Branch Times (WBT), The Herald-Times (HT), The Ogemaw Republican (OR),and
The Ogemaw County Times were all distributed from West Branch. The Rose City Review (RCR)
was printed in Rose City. The following is a complete index of local names appearing in these
papers; and a partial index of state-wide names that appear in these papers. Most times, the news items
were day to day occurances and not really of genealogical significance. This index includes all newspapers
known to exist from the 1911-1922 era. This index has been compiled by Grace Dooley, who reserves all rights.
Copies may be obtained from
Rose City Area Historical Society, Post Office Box 736, Rose City, Michigan 48654


Name
Event
Paper
Date
Page
Column
Abblett, Dr.Huneywell AnniversaryRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 1Column 1
Abbott & AbbottHayes worked thereHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 1Column 5
Abbott, BufordReturned to GraylingRCRJanuary 13, 1916Page 8Column 1
Abbott, C. H. & Co.Drug store adHTMay 25, 1922Page 4Column 3
Abbott, CeliaSister diedRCRNovember 4, 1920Page 1Column 1
Abbott, CeliaCard of thanksRCRNovember 4, 1920Page 1Column 6
Abbott, Dr.At LuptonRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 2
Abbott, GeorgeSister diedRCRNovember 4, 1920Page 1Column 1
Abbott, GeorgeCard of thanksRCRNovember 4, 1920Page 1Column 6
Abbott, IrvinHome from GraylingRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 1
Abbott, JoelWent to StandishRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 4Column 4
Abbott, Mrs. LeviUnderwent operationRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 1Column 1
Abbott, Miss S. P.Schroder/Reasner marriageRCRJanuary 6, 1916Page 1Column 2
Abel, Rev. Fr. JohnRose City adRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 8Column 1
Ablett, Dr. J. H.Fairview doctorRCROctober 7, 1915Page 1Column 5
Acton, CarySelling pigsHTOctober 9, 1919Page 4Column 2
Acton, HowardCall to serviceHTAugust 2, 1917Page 1Column 3
Adams, Mr. & Mrs. A. O.Daughter visitingRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 3
Adams, Mrs. A. O.Broke her armRCRFebruary 10, 1916Page 8Column 1
Adams, GeorgeHurt his toeRCROctober 7, 1915Page 4Column 1
Adams, GeorgeSchool officerHTSeptember 25, 1919Page 1Column 6
Adams, JamesKilled by lightningRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 1Column 6
Adams, JamesKilled by lightningRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 2Column 5
Adams, JaneCame up from OhioRCRJanuary 13, 1916Page 8Column 2
Adams, JaneSuffering from lumbagoRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 8Column 1
Addy, LuraR. C. hospital superintendentRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 5Column 2
Addy, LuraR. C. hospital superintendentRCRFebruary 3, 1916Page 5Column 2
Addy, LuraRose City adRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 8Column 1
Adolph, Mr. & Mrs. O. R.Called on Ed. SheltrounHTMay 25, 1922Page 7Column 5
Adolph, OttoCurtis' visitedHTMay 25, 1922Page 7Column 5
Adrian, WilberAttended commencementHTMay 25, 1922Page 12Column 1
Adrian, WilburVisiting in PrescottHTMay 25, 1922Page 9Column 4
Adrian, WilburVisiting in BentleyHTMay 25, 1922Page 12Column 3
Agricultural ClubFor boys & girlsHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 1Column 1
Albrecht, SamRed Cross memberHTJuly 26, 1917Page 1Column 5
Alderton, HattieFenced propertyHTMay 25, 1922Page 7Column 4
Alderton, Mrs. HerbertVisited Mrs. HoleRCROctober 7, 1915Page 8Column 2
Alderton, L.Visited Barringer'sRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 8Column 2
Alderton, Mrs. L.Helped Mrs. MartindaleRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 8Column 3
Alderton, Mr. & Mrs. L. R.Tending hotelRCRMarch 9, 1916Page 8Column 3
Alderton, Mrs. L. R.Returned from DetroitRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 8Column 2
Alderton, Mrs. L. R.Mrs. Pearsoll visitingRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 3
Alderton, LimeEntertained sonRCROctober 7, 1915Page 8Column 2
Alderton, LimeIn from South BranchRCRFebruary 17, 1916Page 8Column 3
Alderton, Mrs. LimeVisited Mrs. HoleRCROctober 7, 1915Page 8Column 2
Alderton, MillieVisiting from LuptonRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 4Column 2
Alderton, MillieHome from DetroitRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 3
Alderton, MillieTending post officeRCRMarch 9, 1916Page 8Column 3
Alderton, O. H.Home from Traverse CityHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 2
Aldrich, BertCalled to LansingRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 1Column 5
Aldrich, FrederickNester Valentine programHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 1Column 6
Aldrich, MargaretNester Valentine programHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 1Column 6
Aldrich, MyrtleNester Valentine programHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 1Column 6
Aldrich, WellingtonNester Valentine programHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 1Column 6
Alger AuctioneerColonel MarkleHTFebruary 24, 1913Page 1Column 6
Allard, A. S.OptometristRCRApril 24, 1913Page 1Column 6
Allard, A. S.Here on businessRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 8Column 2
Allard, A. S.Optometrist adRCRFebruary 10, 1916Page 4Column 4
Allard, A. S.PhotoRCRFebruary 10, 1916Page 4Column 4
Allard, A. S.Optometrist adRCRFebruary 17, 1916Page 4Column 4
Allen, Mr. & Mrs. ArthurMrs. Miller visitingHTOctober 9, 1919Page 4Column 2
Allen, ChesterCrushed his fingerRCRNovember 4, 1920Page 1Column 5
Allen, MissVisited Welch'sRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 8Column 4
Allen, Mr.DiedRCRFebruary 10, 1916Page 8Column 2
Allen, Mr.Repairing telephone linesHTAugust 2, 1917Page 4Column 3
Allen, MyrtleFather diedRCRFebruary 10, 1916Page 8Column 2
Allen, WilfordVisiting from FlintHTOctober 9, 1919Page 4Column 2
Aloysius, SisterWent to SaginawHTMay 25, 1922Page 7Column 2
Alpena County FairRailway ticketsRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 5Column 2
Alpha LadiesMeeting poorly attendedHTAugust 2, 1917Page 8Column 2
Alt, JohnSang at Hayes funeralHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 1Column 5
Alt, John T.Clothes sale adHTJuly 26, 1917Page 4Column 1
Alt, John T.Clothing adHTAugust 2, 1917Page 7Column 5
Alt, John T.Suit saleHTMay 25, 1922Page 6Column 4
Alvord, CharlesProbate publicationRCRApril 24, 1913Page 8Column 4
Alvord, Charles L.Probate publicationRCRApril 24, 1913Page 8Column 4
American Bromine Co.Erecting wells in MidlandRCRFebruary 10, 1916Page 1Column 5
American LegionOrganizedHTSeptember 25, 1919Page 1Column 1
American LegionOrphan's Home OutlinedHTMay 25, 1922Page 3Column 4
Ameis, Mrs. CarrieVery illHTAugust 2, 1917Page 5Column 3
American TelegraphStocks at parHTMay 25, 1922Page 10Column 3
Ames, Mrs. BessieReturned to Grand RapidsRCRJanuary 13, 1916Page 8Column 2
Amibida Dancing ClubGave leap year partyRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 1Column 4
Ammond, AliceGone to HollyRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 8Column 2
Ammond, BertGone to HollyRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 8Column 2
Ammond, DeweyWent thru Campbell CornersHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 1
Ammond, Dr.Performed operationRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 8Column 2
Ammond, Dr.Caring for Quigley boyHTAugust 2, 1917Page 8Column 2
Ammond, JerryWent thru Campbell CornersHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 1
Ammond, Mrs.Visited BricksRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 8Column 2
Ammond, RoyVisited BricksRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 8Column 2
Amos, William H.SubpoenaHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 3Column 4
Amsbary, Wallace PruseChautauqua lecturerHTJuly 26, 1917Page 1Column 6
Ance, Mrs. PeterMother died in Traverse CityRCRFebruary 3, 1916Page 1Column 6
Anderson, AlbertVisited in Cedar ValleyHTMay 25, 1922Page 9Column 6
Anderson, BlancheReturned to Bay CityHTMay 25, 1922Page 12Column 3
Anderson, JamesRed Cross memberHTJuly 26, 1917Page 1Column 5
Anderson, Mrs. JamesLeft for FlintHTJuly 26, 1917Page 4Column 3
Anderson, RobertAuction clerkHTSeptember 25, 1919Page 1Column 6
Andrews, Mrs. L. H.Visiting at George LakeRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 1
Andrews, Mrs. LewVisiting at George LakeHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 5Column 4
Andrews, LewisVisiting at George LakeRCRFebruary 3, 1916Page 8Column 3
Andrews StoreMiller auction north of itHTSeptember 25, 1919Page 1Column 6
Andrus, Mr. & Mrs. F.Had Linton's for dinnerRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 8Column 3
Andrus, Mr. & Mrs. F.Visited R. MeadowsRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 4Column 4
Andrus, Mr. & Mrs. F.Visited Freeman'sRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 4Column 4
Andrus, Mrs. F.Mahoney's visitingRCRDecember 30, 1915Page 8Column 2
Andrus, FrankVisiting BlairsRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 8Column 3
Andrus, FrankMrs. Linton visitingRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 8Column 3
Andrus, FrankButchered beefRCRDecember 30, 1915Page 8Column 2
Andrus, FrankHealey visitedRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 8Column 1
Andrus, FrankAttended Grange meetingRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 8Column 3
Andrus, FrankMier baling his hayRCRFebruary 10, 1916Page 8Column 3
Andrus, FrankHad dinner at BlairsRCRFebruary 10, 1916Page 8Column 3
Andrus, FrankPut up iceRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 2
Andrus, FrankHauling hay to Rose CityRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 4
Andrus, FrankPut up iceRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 4
Andrus, FrankAttended Grange meetingRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 1
Andrus, FrankFixed Blair's chimneyRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 1
Andrus, Mr. & Mrs. FrankIn West BranchRCRUnknown, 1921Page 1Column 2
Andrus, Mrs. FrankCalled on CarversRCRFebruary 10, 1916Page 8Column 3
Andrus, Mrs. J. K.Daughter VisitedHTMay 25, 1922Page 4Column 3
Andrus, Mrs. LewVisited daughterRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 4Column 5
Andrus, ViolaFeeling betterRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 8Column 1
Andrus, ViolaHad dinner at Blair'sRCRFebruary 10, 1916Page 8Column 3
Andrus, ViolaVisited at BlairsRCRUnknown, 1921Page 1Column 2
Angell, MamieBroke collarboneRCRJuly 2, 1914Pgage 8Column 2
Angus, C. R.Logan F. M. Church pastorHTMay 25, 1922Page 8Column 6
Antill, C. M.Grange overseerRCRJanuary 6, 1916Page 8Column 2
Antill, C. M.Daughter sickRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 8Column 3
Antill, Chas.Over from South BranchRCRFebruary 10, 1916Page 4Column 3
Antill, LeahSick with pneumoniaRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 8Column 3
Anwibida Dancing ClubGave danceRCRFebruary 17, 1916Page 1Column 6
Arbor, LoganHad social hourHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 1Column 4
Arden, Demoss EldenCall to serviceHTAugust 2, 1917Page 1Column 3
Armon, Wm.Bought horseHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 1
Armstrong, D.Halleads visitedRCRJanuary 13, 1916Page 8Column 1
Armstrong, D.Lizzie & Edith visitedRCRJanuary 13, 1916Page 8Column 1
Armstrong, D.Buzzed woodRCRJanuary 13, 1916Page 8Column 1
Armstrong, Mrs. D.Visited schoolRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 3
Armstrong, Mrs. D.In the cityRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 4Column 2
Armstrong, Mrs. D.Visited Mrs. J. ArmstrongRCRJanuary 13, 1916Page 8Column 1
Armstrong, Mrs. D.Called on HalleadsRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 3
Armstrong, DaveMiss Smith visitingRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 8Column 4
Armstrong, DaveHelping Geo. MatthewsRCROctober 7, 1915Page 8Column 1
Armstrong, Mr. & Mrs. DaveVisiting MatthewsRCROctober 7, 1915Page 8Column 1
Armstrong, DavidCutting broom cornRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 8Column 4
Armstrong, EdithVisited D. ArmstrongRCRJanuary 13, 1916Page 8Column 1
Armstrong, EdithWorking at MellonsRCRFebruary 3, 1916Page 8Column 3
Armstrong, EdithHome from LuptonRCRFebruary 3, 1916Page 8Column 4
Armstrong, EdithCalled on BarbersRCRFebruary 3, 1916Page 8Column 4
Armstrong, EdithVisited schoolRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 3
Armstrong, F.Visited BarringersRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 8Column 2
Armstrong, F. M.Burr working thereRCRApril 24, 1913Page 8Column 2
Armstrong, F. M.Visited at WoodsRCRApril 24, 1913Page 8Column 2
Armstrong, F. M.School officerHTSeptember 25, 1919Page 1Column 6
Armstrong, Mrs. F. M.Returned from Big RapidsRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 1Column 3
Armstrong, Mrs. J.Feeling betterRCRJanuary 13, 1916Page 8Column 1
Armstrong, JohnPulling beansRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 8Column 4
Armstrong, JohnHad wood buzzedRCRJanuary 13, 1916Page 8Column 1
Armstrong, JohnHad a partyRCRFebruary 3, 1916Page 8Column 4
Armstrong, Mrs. JohnVisited Wilson ArmstrongRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 8Column 4
Armstrong, Mrs. JohnHad visitorsRCRJanuary 13, 1916Page 8Column 1
Armstrong, LizzieVisited D. ArmstrongRCRJanuary 13, 1916Page 8Column 1
Armstrong, LizzieCalled on BarbersRCRFebruary 3, 1916Page 8Column 4
Armstrong, LizzieVisited schoolRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 3
Armstrong, LloydWent to South BranchRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 8Column 2
Armstrong, Mrs.Mrs. Godden visitedRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 8Column 2
Armstrong, RussellVisited Jay BarberRCRJanuary 13, 1916Page 8Column 1
Armstrong, TomHome on SundayRCRJanuary 13, 1916Page 8Column 1
Armstrong, TomWorking for Domer MillerRCRJanuary 13, 1916Page 8Column 1
Armstrong, TomSurprise party for himRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 3
Armstrong, Mr. & Mrs. W.Daughter visitingRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 4Column 2
Armstrong, Mr. & Mrs. WilsonDaughter visitingRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 3
Armstrong, Mrs. WilsonMrs. John Armstrong visitedRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 8Column 4
Arnold, A. H.Having silo filledHTOctober 9, 1919Page 2Column 3
Arnold, ArchieDaniels visitedRCRFebruary 17, 1916Page 8Column 1
Arnold, ArchieLindley visitedRCRFebruary 17, 1916Page 8Column 3
Arnold, ArchiePassed throughRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 3
Arnold, ArchieThreshing machine comingRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 4Column 5
Arnold, Mrs. ArchieVisited Thielecke'sRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 4Column 4
Arnold, Mrs. ArchieSiblings came to see herRCRJanuary 6, 1916Page 8Column 1
Arnold, Mrs. ArchieBrother & sister visitedRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 2
Arnold, ArthurSamlon's visitingHTOctober 9, 1919Page 4Column 2
Arntz, BertReal estate transferRCRApril 24, 1913Page 4Column 4
Arntz, Oscar OttoArmy draftHTJuly 26, 1917Page 1Column 3
Arntz, Oscar OttoCall to serviceHTAugust 2, 1917Page 1Column 2
Arrand, Geo.Visited daughterHTJuly 26, 1917Page 4Column 2
Arthur, D.Visiting in Rose CityRCRDecember 30, 1915Page 4Column 1
Arthur, DwightOver from HaleRCRFebruary 10, 1916Page 8Column 1
Arthur, Mrs. DwightVisiting in West BranchHTMay 25, 1922Page 7Column 3
Arthur, Mr. & Mrs. DwightHuneywell anniversaryRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 1Column 1
Arthur, Mr. & Mrs. DwightVisiting F. B. ArthurRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 4Column 3
Arthur, F.Basketball teamRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 1Column 6
Arthur, F. B.Anna Benjamin visitingRCRJanuary 13, 1916Page 4Column 3
Arthur, F. B.Autoed to West BranchRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 4Column 1
Arthur, F. B.Elizabeth Kenney visitedRCRFebruary 17, 1916Page 4Column 2
Arthur, Mr. & Mrs. F. B.Have visitorsRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 4Column 1
Arthur, Mr. & Mrs. F. B.Dwight Arthur visitingRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 4Column 3
Arthur, Mrs. F. B.Ladies Aid metRCRFebruary 3, 1916Page 4Column 1
Arthur, FrankBack from DetroitRCRJanuary 13, 1916Page 4Column 1
Arthur, FrankAutoed to West BranchRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 4Column 1
Arthur, FrankWent thru townRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 8Column 1
Arthur, FrankCar quitRCRFebruary 3, 1916Page 4Column 3
Arthur, FrankDrove to West BranchRCRFebruary 10, 1916Page 4Column 1
Arthur, FrankIn LuptonRCRFebruary 10, 1916Page 8Column 2
Arthur, FrankLeft for FlintRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 4Column 3
Arthur, FrankReturned from FlintRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 4Column 1
Arthur, FrankTo report to ArkansasHTAugust 2, 1917Page 5Column 3
Arthur, Mrs. FrankEpworth League socialRCROctober 7, 1915Page 1Column 5
Arthur, Frank B.Road improvementHTOctober 9, 1919Page 1Column 5
Arthur, Frank Jr.Left for Detroit to workRCRJanuary 6, 1916Page 4Column 1
Arthur, Mr. & Mrs. Frank Sr.Visiting in West BranchHTMay 25, 1922Page 7Column 3
Arthur, GeraldBought 400 lambsRCROctober 7, 1915Page 4Column 2
Arthur, Mrs. GeraldUncle diedRCRFebruary 10, 1916Page 1Column 2
Arthur, I.Basketball teamRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 1Column 6
Arthur, InezHuneywell anniversaryRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 1Column 1
Arthur, IvaHad tumor removedRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 8Column 4
Arthur, IvaTeaching kindergartenRCRFebruary 3, 1916Page 1Column 2
Arthur, IvaAttended play in West BranchRCRFebruary 3, 1916Page 4Column 1
Arthur, IvaReplacing Miss MurdockRCRFebruary 10, 1916Page 1Column 4
Arthur, IvaTeaching primary roomRCRFebruary 10, 1916Page 4Column 1
Arthur, IvaH. Richardson visitingRCRMarch 9, 1916Page 4Column 2
Arthur, IvaRose City adRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 8Column 1
Arthur, Mr. & Mrs. JerryWent to McKinley huntingRCROctober 7, 1915Page 4Column 2
Arthur, Mrs. JerryVisiting in West BranchHTMay 25, 1922Page 7Column 3
Arthur, LilaHuneywell anniversaryRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 1Column 1
Arthur, Mr.Basketball teamRCRMarch 9, 1916Page 1Column 1
Arthur, SaurinPowells moved to that farmHTMay 25, 1922Page 7Column 4
Artman, JohnReal estate transferRCRApril 24, 1913Page 4Column 4
Ash, HenryRobinson woodsmanRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 8Column 2
Atherton, AceGot hunting licenseRCROctober 7, 1915Page 1Column 1
Atherton, Mr. & Mrs. Chas.Mrs. Buck visitedRCRFebruary 3, 1916Page 4Column 2
Atherton, EugenePassed through neighborhoodRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 4Column 2
Atherton, EugeneGot hunting licenseRCROctober 7, 1915Page 1Column 1
Atherton, Mrs. EugeneSister diedRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 1Column 6
Atherton, JohnGot hunting licenseRCROctober 7, 1915Page 1Column 1
Atkins, Geo.Red Cross memberHTJuly 26, 1917Page 1Column 5
Atkins, GeorgeHaving surveying doneHTMay 25, 1922Page 9Column 6
Atkins, Mr.French obitHTSeptember 25, 1919Page 1Column 1
Atkinson, Mr.Talk at picnicHTAugust 2, 1917Page 8Column 3
Atkinson, Rev. W. J.Conducting Sunday SchoolHTJuly 26, 1917Page 4Column 1
Atwood, Theron W.Draft appeal boardHTAugust 2, 1917Page 4Column 4
Auer, TonyRed Cross memberHTJuly 26, 1917Page 1Column 5
Austin, A.Basketball playerHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 4Column 2
Austin, AliceIn town from West BranchRCRJanuary 13, 1916Page 4Column 3
Austin, C. L.Has hunting licenseRCROctober 7, 1915Page 1Column 1
Austin, C. L.Sang at Hayes funeralHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 1Column 5
Austin, C. L.Red Cross secretaryHTJuly 26, 1917Page 1Column 5
Austin, C. L.Chautauqua ticketsHTJuly 26, 1917Page 3Column 5
Austin, C. L.Red Cross secretaryHTAugust 2, 1917Page 1Column 6
Austin, C. L.Chautauqua ticketsHTAugust 2, 1917Page 2Column 1
Austin, C. L.In South BranchHTAugust 2, 1917Page 8Column 5
Austin, Mrs. C. L.Went to Bay CityHTMay 25, 1922Page 7Column 3
Austin, Claud L.V. President of Dry AssociationRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 1Column 5
Austin, FrankHas hunting licenseRCROctober 7, 1915Page 1Column 1
Austin, Mr.Tonsil OperationHTMay 25, 1922Page 7Column 3
Austin, TedFishing at George LakeRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 4Column 4
Austin, TedHad potatoes hauledRCRJanuary 13, 1916Page 8Column 2
Austin, VirginiaIn South BranchHTAugust 2, 1917Page 8Column 5
Avery, Mrs.Left for Bay CityRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 4Column 4
Avery, Mrs. MelLindley engagementRCRNovember 4, 1920Page 1Column 5
Avinard, Mrs. JohnVisiting parentsRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 3
Aylnard, Mrs. JohnVisiting parentsRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 4Column 2
Babcock, Mrs. ArthurDeathHTMay 25, 1922Page 1Column 4
Babcock, BennieMother diedHTMay 25, 1922Page 1Column 4
Babcock, JosephineIn town from West BranchRCRJanuary 13, 1916Page 4Column 3
Babcock, JosephineMother diedHTMay 25, 1922Page 1Column 4
Babcock, LloydMother diedHTMay 25, 1922Page 1Column 4
Babcock, MarianMother diedHTMay 25, 1922Page 1Column 4
Babcock, Matthew HawthorneArmy draftHTJuly 26, 1917Page 1Column 2
Babcock, Matthew HawthorneCall to serviceHTAugust 2, 1917Page 1Column 2
Babcock, Mr.Wife diedHTMay 25, 1922Page 1Column 4
Baer, Mrs.DeathHTJuly 26, 1917Page 4Column 1
Bailer, Ed.Hauling hay to BellsRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 1
Bailer, Mr. & Mrs. EddHome from DetroitRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 4Column 5
Bailer, EvelynWins contestRCROctober 7, 1915Page 1Column 3
Bailer, EvelynH. Schroeder visitedRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 4Column 5
Bailer, EvelynVisited Miers & LobsingersRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 4Column 5
Bailor, Mrs. EddMrs. Weltin visitedRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 4Column 5
Bailey, Col. B. M.Presented war medalsHTSeptember 25, 1918Page 1Column 3
Bailey, ClarkCalled at LintonsRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 8Column 2
Bailey, Mr. & Mrs. ClarkVisiting at Meadows'RCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 8Column 3
Bailey, Mrs. JamesIn from EdwardsHTMay 25, 1922Page 7Column 4
Bailey, Mrs. LeviMiss Randall visitedRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 1Column 1
Bailey, Mrs.Boy Scout meetingRCRJanuary 13, 1916Page 1Column 3
Bailey, PearlVisited MansfieldsHTMay 25, 1922Page 7Column 4
Bailey, StephenCalled at LintonsRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 8Column 2
Bailey, SteveWent fox huntingRCRFebruary 10, 1916Page 8Column 3
Bailor, EdDigging potatoesRCRUnknown, 1921Page 1Column 1
Bailor, Mrs. Ed.Visited Mrs. WeltinRCRUnknown, 1921Page 1Column 1
Bailor, EvelynReturned from DetroitRCRAugust 18, 1921Page 1Column 5
Bails, Rev.Gone to AdrianHTAugust 2, 1917Page 8Column 2
Baily, ScoutBoy Scouts meetRCRJanuary 13, 1916Page 1Column 3
Bain, Mrs. GeorgeEvelyn West visitingHTAugust 2, 1917Page 5Column 3
Baird, JohnState Game CommissionerHTOctober 9, 1919Page 1Column 5
Baird, Mrs.Celebrated her birthdayRCRNovember 4, 1920Page 1Column 6
Baird, Mr. & Mrs. ThomasVisiting daughterRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 4Column 3
Baird, WallaceAttended Halloween partyRCRNovember 4, 1920Page 1Column 6
Baker, JamesGone to Battle CreekHTAugust 2, 1917Page 8Column 4
Baker, LillieVisiting MartindalesRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 8Column 1
Baker, Mrs.Visited McKellarsRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 8Column 4
Baker, Mrs.Left for Monroe CountyRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 8Column 4
Balbirnie, James F.Muskegon coronerRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 1Column 1
Ball Team (All County)OrganizedHTMay 25, 1922Page 1Column 2
Ballard, Geo.Visiting sisterRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 1Column 2
Ballard, Mrs. Geo.Out of townRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 1
Ballard, HenryMr. Miller visitingRCRFebruary 3, 1916Page 8Column 4
Ballargeon, JohnIn Rose CityRCROctober 7, 1915Page 4Column 3
Ballantine, JosephineReturned to Bay CityHTAugust 2, 1917Page 5Column 3
Ballantine, Mrs. Thos.Red Cross memberHTJuly 26, 1917Page 1Column 5
Ballentine, MariaMortgage saleRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 4Column 6
Bank of LuptonAdvertisementRCRApril 24, 1913Page 4Column 1
Bank of LuptonAdvertisementRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 5Column 5
Bank of LuptonSavings adRCROctober 7, 1915Page 5Column 5
Bank of LuptonSavings adRCRJanuary 6, 1916Page 5Column 5
Bank of LuptonSavings adRCRJanuary 13, 1916Page 5Column 5
Bank of LuptonCity council proceedingsRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 5Column 4
Bank of PrescottJas. McKay & Co.HTMay 25, 1922Page 11Column 5
Bannan, G. W.Red Cross memberHTJuly 26, 1917Page 1Column 5
Bannan, Mr. & Mrs. RayVisited in Bay CityHTMay 25, 1922Page 9Column 6
Bannan, Mrs. RayBaptist Aid met thereHTOctober 9, 1919Page 4Column 2
Bannan, Mrs. RayHulls visitingHTOctober 9, 1919Page 4Column 2
Bannan, Mrs. RayWas in Bay CityHTMay 25, 1922Page 12Column 2
Bannon, HeraldVisited in Bay CityHTOctober 9, 1919Page 4Column 2
Bannon, Mrs. RayVisited in Bay CityHTOctober 9, 1919Page 4Column 2
Bannon, SelmaHome at AlabasterRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 1Column 3
Baptist AidMet at BannansHTOctober 9, 1919Page 4Column 2
Baptist ChurchCommencement programHTMay 25, 1922Page 12Column 1
Barber, Mrs. B. P.Joined GrangeRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 8Column 4
Barber, Mrs. B. P.Visited schoolRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 3
Barber BoysCame in from BeechwoodRCRJanuary 13, 1916Page 4Column 1
Barber BoysTook kids to Rose CityRCRJanuary 13, 1916Page 8Column 1
Barber BoysIn Rose CityRCRFebruary 3, 1916Page 8Column 4
Barber, GraceVisiting from OhioHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 4Column 1
Barber, GrantBought land from BatesRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 1
Barber, JayHad visitorsRCRJanuary 13, 1916Page 8Column 1
Barber, JudsonCall to serviceHTAugust 2, 1917Page 1Column 3
Barber, Levi OrrenArmy draftHTJuly 26, 1917Page 1Column 2
Barber, Levi OrrenCall to serviceHTAugust 2, 1917Page 1Column 2
Barber, Mr. & Mrs.Returned from IthacaRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 3
Barber, O. N.Attended GrangeRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 8Column 4
Barber, O. N.Buzzed wood for ArmstrongRCRJanuary 13, 1916Page 8Column 1
Barber, O. N.In from BeechwoodRCRFebruary 10, 1916Page 4Column 1
Barber, O. N.Buzzed wood for HalleadRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 3
Barber, O. N.Grew 29 lb. rutabagaRCRNovember 4, 1920Page 2Column 3
Barber, Mr. & Mrs. O. N.Went to DeVooRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 4Column 2
Barber, Mr. & Mrs. O. N.In from BeechwoodRCRJanuary 6, 1916Page 4Column 2
Barber, Mrs. O. N.Parents visitingRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 1Column 1
Barber, Mrs. O. N.Visited Mrs. J. ArmstrongRCRJanuary 13, 1916Page 8Column 1
Barber, Mrs. O. N.Mable Evans helpingRCRJanuary 13, 1916Page 8Column 1
Barber, Mrs. O. N.Had visitors on SundayRCRFebruary 3, 1916Page 8Column 4
Barber, Mrs. O. N.Called on HalleadsRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 3
Barber, OliverIn from BeechwoodRCRFebruary 17, 1916Page 4Column 2
Barber, Mr. & Mrs. OliverWent to IthicaRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 4Column 2
Barber, Mrs. OliverVisited Mrs. PorthonRCRJanuary 13, 1916Page 8Column 1
Barber, Wm.Went to Tawas CityRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 1Column 5
Barkman Lumber Co.Doors & windowsRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 8Column 1
Barkman Lumber Co.Lumber & shinglesRCROctober 7, 1915Page 5Column 1
Barlow, Mr. & Mrs. E.In PrescottHTMay 25, 1922Page 12Column 3
Barlow, Mr. & Mrs. Jas.Attended Eymer theatreHTMay 25, 1922Page 12Column 3
Barlow, Mr.Whittemore telephone operatorHTMay 25, 1922Page 12Column 3
Barnett, MarianHad tonsils removedRCRNovember 4, 1920Page 1Column 5
Barnum, Mrs. E.Very ill at homeHTMay 25, 1922Page 12Column 3
Barr, Jas.Went to MidlandRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 3
Barringer, LucySister gave party forHTJuly 26, 1917Page 4Column 2
Barringer, W. C.Moore visitingRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 1Column 3
Barringer, W. C.Woods visitedRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 1Column 3
Barringer, W. C.In from MaltbyRCRJanuary 6, 1916Page 4Column 2
Barringer, W. C.Underwent operationRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 8Column 2
Barringer, W. C.Lawrences visitedRCRMarch 9, 1916Page 8Column 4
Barringer, W. C.Was at Rose CityRCRMarch 9, 1916Page 8Column 4
Barringer, Mr. & Mrs. W. C.In from South BranchRCRJanuary 13, 1916Page 4Column 2
Barringer, Mr. * Mrs. W. C.19th AnniversaryRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 8Column 2
Barringer, Mrs. W. C.Attended Ladies ClubRCRApril 24, 1913Page 8Column 2
Barringer, Mrs. W. C.Grange secretaryRCRJanuary 6, 1916Page 8Column 2
Barringer, Mrs. W. C.Attending state conventionRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 8Column 2
Barringer, Mrs. W. C.Returned from KalamazooRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 8Column 3
Barringer, Wm.V. Pres. of Dry AssociationRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 1Column 5
Barringer's OrchestraPlaying at ballRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 5Column 5
Barringer's OrchestraPlaying at ballRCRMarch 9, 1916Page 1Column 3
Bates'F. Martin visitedRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 8Column 1
Bates, BerniceIn East TawasRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 1Column 2
Bates, BerniceFloyd Martin visitedRCRJanuary 6, 1916Page 8Column 2
Bates, BerniceAte at Mrogret'sRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 8Column 1
Bates, BerniceVisiting in TawasRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 8Column 2
Bates, Mrs. E. A.SickRCRFebruary 3, 1916Page 8Column 4
Bates, H. H.In Tawas on businessRCRDecember 30, 1915Page 8Column 1
Bates, H. H.Clayton working for himRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 8Column 2
Bates, H. H.Has large refrigeratorRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 1
Bates, Mr. & Mrs. H. H.Went to MasonRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 1Column 3
Bates, Mr.Sold land to BarberRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 1
Bauer, LenaSpent holiday in SaganingRCRDecember 30, 1915Page 8Column 1
Bauer, LenaVisited motherRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 3
Bauer, MissVisited M. CummingRCRFebruary 3, 1916Page 8Column 4
Baum, Mr. & Mrs. Geo.Moved with Mrs. BuellHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 4Column 6
Bauor, LenaAttending teachers instituteRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 8Column 3
Baxter, MaryLeaving for YpsilantiHTMay 25, 1922Page 12Column 1
Baxter, MaryHome for summerHTMay 25, 1922Page 12Column 4
Baxter, Mr.Coreys visitingHTJuly 26, 1917Page 4Column 5
Bay CityRose City adRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 8Column 1
Beach, HarveyGot horse from Dr. ReaHTAugust 2, 1917Page 5Column 3
Beach, JohnMoved to Palmer houseHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 1Column 4
Beach, JohnHad Sunday visitorsHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 1Column 4
Beach, John DanielCall to serviceHTAugust 2, 1917Page 1Column 3
Beach, L. E.Got hunting licenseRCROctober 7, 1915Page 1Column 1
Beach, L. E.Autoed to Long LakeRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 4Column 1
Beach, Mrs. L. E.Grandmother diedRCRJanuary 13, 1916Page 4Column 2
Beach, Mrs. L. E.Parents visitingRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 4Column 3
Beach, LesterIn South BranchRCRJanuary 13, 1916Page 4Column 1
Beach, LesterAttended danceRCRFebruary 17, 1916Page 1Column 6
Beach, LesterAutoed to PrescottRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 4Column 1
Beach, Mrs. OrvilleSisters visitedHTMay 25, 1922Page 12Column 3
Beach, Orville DavidCall to serviceHTAugust 2, 1917Page 1Column 3
Beacher, LenaEastern Star delegateHTMay 25, 1922Page 7Column 3
Beacher, Mrs. LenaMrs. Graves visitedHTMay 25, 1922Page 7Column 1
Bean, Mr. & Mrs. H. S.Visited at BlairsRCRUnknown, 1921Page 1Column 2
Bean, HenryTook Ware to West BranchRCRUnknown, 1921Page 1Column 2
Bean, RobertVisited at BlairsRCRUnknown, 1921Page 1Column 2
(The) Beaverton Co.Graveling RoadHTMay 25, 1922Page 4Column 4
Beaverton Co.Completed Selkirk roadHTMay 25, 1922Page 7Column 4
Bechraft, JohnIn LuptonRCRFebruary 17, 1916Page 4Column 2
Bechraft, JohnIn LuptonRCRFebruary 17, 1916Page 8Column 3
Bechraft, JohnIn LuptonRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 2
Bechraft, Mrs. JohnVisited in LuptonRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 1Column 1
Bechraft, Mrs. JohnVisiting in LuptonRCRFebruary 3, 1916Page 1Column 1
Bechraft, Mrs. JohnVisiting in LuptonRCRFebruary 3, 1916Page 8Column 3
Bechraft, Mrs. JohnFather visitingRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 1Column 2
Bechraft, Mrs. LizzieVisiting daughterRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 1Column 5
Bechraft, Mrs.W.C.T.U. delegateRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 2
Bechraft, TomSigns up for war serviceRCROctober 7, 1915Page 1Column 3
Bechraft, TomEnlisted in Canadian troopsRCROctober 7, 1915Page 6Column 2
Bechraft, Tom American Legion PostMemorial Day ObservationHTMay 25, 1922Page 1Column 3
Bechraft, Tom PostCensusHTMay 25, 1922Page 1Column 4
Beck, Mr. & Mrs. AndrewVisited Mrs. CraftRCRUnknown, 1921Page 1Column 1
Beck, Mrs. AndrewVisited Mrs. G. CraftRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 4Column 5
Beck, BarneyHas grandchildRCROctober 7, 1915Page 4Column 1
Beck, ClemmyDrove to Rose CityRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 4Column 5
Beck, JosephDeathRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 1Column 2
Beck, LawrenceCame to danceRCRJanuary 6, 1916Page 4Column 2
Beck, Mr. & Mrs. LawrenceWent to DetroitRCRJanuary 13, 1916Page 4Column 2
Beck, MikeDeath of Joseph BeckRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 1Column 2
Beck, MikeLost two cowsRCROctober 7, 1915Page 4Column 1
Beck, MikeWent to West BranchRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 1
Beck, Mr. & Mrs. MikeWent to Rose CityRCRMarch 9, 1916Page 8Column 2
Beck, Mrs. MikeDrove to Rose CityRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 4Column 5
Beck, PearlVisited Mrs. MunnRCRMarch 9, 1916Page 8Column 2
Beck, PeterDriving with MunnRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 4Column 5
Beck, RussellVisited at BlairsRCRUnknown, 1921Page 1Column 2
Becker, Isabella M.Teacher's institute leaderRCRFebruary 10, 1916Page 1Column 5
Beckwith, Mrs. J.Daughter visitingHTMay 25, 1922Page 1Column 3
Bedtelyon, GuyChildren have measlesHTAugust 2, 1917Page 8Column 2
Beecher, Henry WardChautauqua memberHTJuly 27, 1917Page 1Column 6
Beecher, Lena GravesWest Branch OptometristHTMay 25, 1922Page 8Column 6
Beechwood SchoolHoy boys attendingRCRJanuary 13, 1916Page 8Column 1
Beemer, MargaretRed Cross memberHTJuly 26, 1917Page 1Column 5
Beers, Mr. & Mrs. Ed.Cyrs visitingHTAugust 2, 1917Page 8Column 5
Belanger, FredAttended W. Branch churchHTMay 25, 1922Page 12Column 4
Belanger, Geo.Called on EwaldsHTOctober 9, 1919Page 3Column 3
Belanger, GeorgeNiece visitingHTJuly 26, 1917Page 4Column 3
Belanger, GeorgeFilling Selkirk silosHTSeptember 25, 1919Page 1Column 5
Belanger, Mr. & Mrs. HenryCalled on EwaldsHTOctober 9, 1919Page 3Column 3
Belanger, Mr. & Mrs. HenryDavids living with themHTMay 25, 1922Page 12Column 4
Belanger, Mrs. HenryAttended W. Branch churchHTMay 25, 1922Page 12Column 4
Belanger, LouiseVisiting in Bay CityHTJuly 26, 1917Page 4Column 3
Belanger, LouiseAttended W. Branch churchHTMay 25, 1922Page 12Column 4
Belden, CharlesLand TransferHTMay 25, 1922Page 3Column 3
Belden, WarrenVisited parentsHTAugust 2, 1917Page 8Column 4
Belknap, H. M.JailedRCRFebruary 10, 1916Page 4Column 4
Belknap, James E.Letter from FranceRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 1Column 1
Belknap, Mr. & Mrs.Visiting from WhittemoreHTMay 25, 1922Page 9Column 6
Bell, C. L.Bankers meetingRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 1Column 3
Bell, Mr. & Mrs. Chas.Visiting from SnoverRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 4Column 2
Bell, Chas. L.Bank cashierRCRApril 24, 1913Page 1Column 4
Bell, Chas. L.Sold house to W. PriorRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 1Column 1
Bell, Mr. & Mrs. DanReturned to Rogers CityRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 8Column 2
Bell, FredCame from PontiacRCRMarch 9, 1916Page 8Column 3
Bell, JoeHad leap year partyRCRMarch 9, 1916Page 8Column 3
Bell, JohnBank presidentRCRApril 24, 1913Page 1Column 4
Bell, JosephGrange treasurerRCRJanuary 6, 1916Page 8Column 2
Bell, JosephRed Cross memberHTJuly 26, 1917Page 1Column 5
Bell, Mrs. JosephRed Cross memberHTJuly 27, 1917Page 1Column 5
Bell, MargaretBank directorRCRApril 24, 1913Page 1Column 4
Bell, Mildred M.Notary PublicRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 5Column 2
Bell, Niggeman & Co.ReorganizedRCRApril 24, 1913Page 1Column 4
Bell, Niggeman & Co.Stimson next doorRCRApril 24, 1913Page 8Column 5
Bell, W. J.Buys school bondsRCRJanuary 6, 1916Page 1Column 5
Bell, W. J.Shipping in cattleRCRJanuary 6, 1916Page 4Column 1
Bell, W. J.Director, Rose City BankRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 4Column 3
Bell, W. J.Bankers meetingRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 1Column 3
Bell, W. J.Has foreign currencyRCRMarch 9, 1916Page 4Column 5
Bell, W. J.Rose City Bank directorRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 5Column 2
Bell, Mr. & Mrs. W. J.Snover Bells visitingRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 4Column 2
Bell, Mr. & Mrs. W. J.Visiting their ranchRCRFebruary 17, 1916Page 4Column 2
Bell, Mrs. W. J.Visiting in Bay CityRCRMarch 9, 1916Page 4Column 2
Bell, William J.Rose City adRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 8Column 1
Bell, Wm.Had stock photographedRCRFebruary 17, 1916Page 4Column 2
Bell, Wm.In Reed City on businessRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 4Column 1
Bell, Mr. & Mrs. Wm.Visiting at LexingtonRCRDecember 30, 1915Page 4Column 2
Bell, Mr. & Mrs. Wm.Went to Bay CityRCRMarch 9, 1916Page 4Column 5
Bell, Mrs. Wm.Visiting in Mt. PleasantRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 4Column 1
Bell, Wm. J.Bank PresidentRCRApril 24, 1913Page 1Column 4
Bell, Wm. J.Real estate transferRCRApril 24, 1913Page 4Column 4
Bell, Wm. J.Bank PresidentRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 4Column 4
Bell, Wm. J.In HaleRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 1Column 1
Bell, Wm. J.In Hale on businessRCRFebruary 17, 1916Page 4Column 1
Bell, Wm. J.Rose City bank cashierRCRFebruary 17, 1916Page 5Column 3
Bell, Wm. J.Thompson delivered shinglesRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 1
Bell, Mr. & Mrs. Wm. J.In LexingtonRCRJanuary 13, 1916Page 4Column 2
Bellamy, T.In Rose CityRCRJanuary 13, 1916Page 4Column 3
Belland, Mr. & Mrs. J. F.Walking around worldRCRFebruary 10, 1916Page 4Column 2
Bell's RanchBailer's hauling hayRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 1
Belnap, WilliamCall to serviceHTAugust 2, 1917Page 1Column 2
Beltinck, Mrs. PeterBody foundRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 1Column 1
Bemis, ElsieMarriageRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 5Column 4
Bemis, H.Red Cross memberHTJuly 26, 1917Page 1Column 5
Bemis, H. W.School officerHTSeptember 25, 1919Page 1Column 6
Bender, ConradOn draft listHTJuly 26, 1917Page 4Column 1
Bender, ConradCall to serviceHTAugust 2, 1917Page 1Column 2
Benjamin, A. W.Up from Bay CityRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 4Column 3
Benjamin, AnnaVisiting F. ArthursRCRJanuary 13, 1916Page 4Column 3
Benjamin, AnnaVisiting daughter in TawasRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 1Column 2
Benjamin, D. W.Sheriff/Summoning JurorsRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 8Column 2
Benjamin, Mrs. D. W.Went to West BranchRCROctober 7, 1915Page 4Column 3
Benjamin, Ed.Fell from roofRCROctober 7, 1915Page 4Column 1
Benjamin, ElmerHorse cut on fenceRCROctober 7, 1915Page 4Column 1
Benjamin, J. J.Having plowing beeRCRApril 24, 1913Page 8Column 2
Benjamin, Mrs. J. W.Returned to SaginawHTAugust 2, 1917Page 5Column 3
Benjamin, Mrs. JuliaSpencers living with herRCRDecember 30, 1915Page 8Column 1
Benjamin, Mrs. JuliaGrandsons visitingRCRDecember 30, 1915Page 8Column 1
Benjamin, Mrs. Wm.Returned to SaginawHTAugust 2, 1917Page 5Column 2
Bennett, AlbertaVisited BennettsRCRApril 24, 1913Page 8Column 2
Bennett, Alvin M.Red Cross memberHTJuly 26, 1917Page 1Column 5
Bennett, Alvin MacknessCall to serviceHTAugust 2, 1917Page 1Column 2
Bennett, B.Hayes pallbearerHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 1Column 5
Bennett, Mrs. B.Sunday school classHTMay 25, 1922Page 1Column 5
Bennett, BenjaminPresident of Dry AssociationRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 1Column 5
Bennett, Chas.Is sickRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 8Column 2
Bennett, FosterWorking for CottlesRCRApril 24, 1913Page 8Column 2
Bennett, FredRed Cross memberHTJuly 26, 1917Page 1Column 5
Bennett, Geo.Attorney adRCRApril 24, 1913Page 5Column 2
Bennett, Geo.In townRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 1Column 1
Bennett, Geo.Attorney adRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 5Column 2
Bennett, Geo.West Branch attorneyRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 5Column 2
Bennett, Geo.West Branch attorneyRCROctober 7, 1915Page 5Column 1
Bennett, Geo.West Branch attorneyRCRDecember 30, 1915Page 5Column 2
Bennett, Geo.West Branch attorneyRCRJanuary 6, 1916Page 5Column 2
Bennett, Geo.West Branch attorneyRCRJanuary 13, 1916Page 5Column 2
Bennett, Geo.West Branch attorneyRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 5Column 2
Bennett, Geo.West Branch attorneyRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 5Column 4
Bennett, Geo.Attorney & real estateRCRFebruary 3, 1916Page 5Column 3
Bennett, Geo.Attorney & real estateRCRFebruary 10, 1916Page 5Column 5
Bennett, Geo.Attorney & real estateRCRFebruary 17, 1916Page 5Column 5
Bennett, Geo.Attorney & real estateRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 5Column 6
Bennett, Geo.Attorney & real estateRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 5Column 6
Bennett, Geo.Attorney & real estateRCRMarch 9, 1916Page 5Column 6
Bennett, Geo.Probate judgeHTJuly 26, 1917Page 2Column 5
Bennett, Geo.Probate judgeHTAugust 2, 1917Page 2Column 4
Bennett, Geo.Probate judgeHTAugust 2, 1917Page 2Column 5
Bennett, Geo.Attorney & real estateRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 4Column 6
Bennett, Geo.Probate judgeHTSeptember 25, 1919Page 2Column 2
Bennett, Geo.Probate judgeHTSeptember 25, 1919Page 2Column 3
Bennett, Geo.Probate judgeHTOctober 9, 1919Page 2Column 2
Bennett, Geo.Mortgage saleRCRNovember 4, 1920Page 3Column 2
Bennett, Geo.Mortgage saleRCRNovember 4, 1920Page 3Column 3
Bennett, Geo.Attorney for MortgageeHTMay 25, 1922Page 2Column 2
Bennett, Geo.Attorney for MortgageeHTMay 25, 1922Page 2Column 4
Bennett, Geo.Attorney for MortgageeHTMay 25, 1922Page 2Column 6
Bennett, Geo.West Branch attorneyHTMay 25, 1922Page 5Column 1
Bennett, GeorgeW. B. attorney in PrescottRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 8Column 2
Bennett, GeorgeOver from West BranchRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 4Column 2
Bennett, GeorgeWest Branch attorneyHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 7Column 4
Bennett, GeorgeProbate judgeHTJuly 26, 1917Page 2Column 5
Bennett, GeorgeWest Branch attorneyHTJuly 26, 1917Page 2Column 6
Bennett, GeorgeWest Branch attorneyHTAugust 2, 1917Page 2Column 5
Bennett, GeorgeWest Branch attorneyRCRNovember 4, 1920Page 3Column 1
Bennett, Rev. GeorgeMarriage Marshall-JoslinRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 1Column 3
Bennett, HaroldHad dinner at ThompsonsRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 8Column 2
Bennett, HarveyHad dinner at ThompsonsRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 8Column 2
Bennett, John EdwardCall to serviceHTAugust 2, 1917Page 1Column 2
Bennett, MinnieHome over weekendRCRApril 24, 1913Page 8Column 2
Bennett, MinnieVisiting in PrescottRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 1Column 5
Bennett, Wm.Had visitorsRCRApril 24, 1913Page 8Column 2
Bensch, LeonaSpelling prize winnerHTMay 25, 1922Page 7Column 5
Bentley, Mrs.Attended social clubHTJuly 26, 1917Page 4Column 4
Bergdorf, MildredRed Cross memberHTJuly 26, 1917Page 1Column 5
Bergeron, D.Drove to MioRCRFebruary 3, 1916Page 5Column 2
Bergeron, DavidHere from East TawasRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 4Column 1
Bergeron, David J.Down from the SooRCRJanuary 13, 1916Page 4Column 3
Bergeron, HenryHad hand lancedHTMay 25, 1922Page 9Column 4
Bergquest, Mr.Bought May's cattleHTAugust 2, 1917Page 8Column 4
Bergquist, BoyBornHTOctober 9, 1919Page 4Column 2
Bergquist, DaveHaving house paintedHTAugust 2, 1917Page 8Column 6
Bergquist, Mr. & Mrs. DaveSon bornHTOctober 9, 1919Page 4Column 2
Bergquist, Mr. & Mrs. DavidSon in accidentHTMay 25, 1922Page 9Column 3
Bergquist, FloydLost his thumbHTMay 25, 1922Page 9Column 3
Beringer, Mrs. WalterVisiting from Bay CityHTJuly 26, 1917Page 4Column 3
Bernard, LouieDown from MioRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 4Column 2
Berner, Wm.Here from MioRCROctober 7, 1915Page 4Column 1
Bero, A.Here from SaginawRCRJanuary 13, 1916Page 4Column 1
Berquist, LillieMarriageRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 5Column 4
Berringer, Mrs. WalterReturned to Bay CityHTAugust 2, 1917Page 5Column 3
Berry, Mr. & Mrs. A. E.Mrs. Greve visitingRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 4Column 4
Berry, Mr. & Mrs. ArvingtonReceived letter from ErnestRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 8Column 2
Berry, ErnestReturned from DetroitRCRDecember 30, 1915Page 8Column 1
Berry, ErnestWorking for RobinsonRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 3
Berry, ErnestLetter from EnglandRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 8Column 2
Berry, Mr. & Mrs. EugeneDaughter visitingRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 8Column 2
Berry, Mr. & Mrs. EugeneReceived letter from sonRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 8Column 2
Berry, Mrs. EugenePie social for Red CrossRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 8Column 2
Berry, Mr. & Mrs. I. E.Son bornHTMay 25, 1922Page 7Column 4
Berry, IvorWrote from FranceRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 8Column 2
Berry, Ivor E.Grange masterRCRJanuary 6, 1916Page 8Column 2
Berry, Lawrence EugeneBorn May 18HTMay 25, 1922Page 7Column 4
Berry, LeonardWorking in Bay CityRCRApril 24, 1913Page 8Column 2
Berry, Mrs. W. C.Went to HaleRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 8Column 1
Berry, Wm.Working in FloridaRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 8Column 2
Bertless, Mrs. C. E.Shopping in townHTMay 25, 1922Page 12Column 3
Bess, L.Daughter kicked by horseHTAugust 2, 1917Page 8Column 4
Bessinger, HenryIn town from AuGresRCRJanuary 13, 1916Page 4Column 2
Bessinger, HenrySugar beet agentRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 4
Best, JamesAlbert May visitingHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 3
Best, John A.Attended Clear Lake partyHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 1Column 4
Best, John A.School officerHTSeptember 25, 1919Page 1Column 6
Best, LauraAttended Clear Lake partyHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 1Column 4
Best, LauraMarried Roy ShefferHTOctober 9, 1919Page 4Column 2
Betts, BearlAttended Halloween partyRCRNovember 4, 1920Page 1Column 6
Betts, ElizaAttended Halloween partyRCRNovember 4, 1920Page 1Column 6
Bidley, Mrs. EdwardVisiting daughterRCRJanuary 6, 1916Page 4Column 2
Bidwell, C. W.General blacksmith adHTMay 25, 1922Page 10Column 4
Bidwell, CyrusDriving a new FordHTMay 25, 1922Page 12Column 3
Bidwell, Cyrus WellingtonArmy draftHTJuly 26, 1917Page 1Column 3
Bidwell, Cyrus WellingtonCall to serviceHTAugust 2, 1917Page 1Column 3
Bidwell, JuliaWent to FlintHTAugust 2, 1917Page 8Column 6
Bidwell, S.Bought Ford carHTMay 25, 1922Page 12Column 2
Bielby, Mr. & Mrs. Wm.Daughter diedRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 8Column 3
Bielby, Mrs. Wm.Visited daughter in Rose CityRCRJanuary 6, 1916Page 8Column 2
Bierce, BellReturned from tripRCRJanuary 13, 1916Page 4Column 1
Bierce, BelleGrange resolutionRCRApril 24, 1913Page 8Column 4
Big StoreJas. Monaghan, Prop.RCRApril 24, 1913Page 5Column 4
Big StoreAdvertisementRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 4Column 4
Big StoreClothing adRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 4Column 4
Big StoreRose City adRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 1Column 1
Big StoreJ. A. Monaghan, ownerRCRNovember 4, 1920Page 3Column 5
Bigelow, EdwardMarriageHTMay 25, 1922Page 6Column 4
Bijou RanchVan Pilmore from thereRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 1Column 2
Bijou RanchMary Majeski returned thereRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 8Column 2
Bijou RanchyMiss Woods went thereRCRMarch 9, 1916Page 8Column 3
Bilby, Mrs. GeorgeVisited relativesRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 8Column 2
Bill, Mrs. IdaRed Cross memberHTJuly 26, 1917Page 1Column 5
Billby, EdwardOver from South BranchRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 4Column 3
Billby, Mr. & Mrs. EdwardDaughter diedRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 1Column 3
Billby, GeorgeSister diedRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 1Column 3
Billby, GeorgeOver from South BranchRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 4Column 3
Billby, OscarSister diedRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 1Column 3
Billman, C.Bought disc harrowRCRApril 24, 1913Page 8Column 1
Billman, L. F.Horse for tradeRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 1Column 1
Birchfield, Wm.Having silo filledRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 4Column 5
Bird, Mrs.Visiting sisterHTMay 25, 1922Page 12Column 2
Birdseed, HiramGent's recreation adHTMay 25, 1922Page 10Column 4
Bisko, RoseVisiting from DetroitHTAugust 2, 1917Page 5Column 3
Bixby, BelleTeacher in MaltbyRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 1Column 3
Bixby, BelleAttended teachers instituteRCRFebruary 3, 1916Page 4Column 1
Bixby, Mrs.Rose City GleanersHTMay 25, 1922Page 1Column 5
Black, Mrs. A.Attended ChautauquaHTAugust 2, 1917Page 4Column 3
Black, Mrs. A.At daughter's homeHTMay 25, 1922Page 12Column 2
Black, A. W.Being suedRCROctober 7, 1915Page 6Column 2
Black, Albert W.Mortgage saleHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 6Column 4
Black, Mrs. AndrewNow at McLean'sHTMay 25, 1922Page 12Column 4
Black, BessieWorking at Weinberg'sHTOctober 9, 1919Page 4Column 2
Black, D.At Indian LakeHTJuly 26, 1917Page 4Column 4
Black, Mrs. DouglasHer baby with Mrs. Fred BlackHTMay 25, 1922Page 12Column 4
Black, Mrs. F.Daughter visitedHTMay 25, 1922Page 12Column 3
Black, Mrs. FredTook Douglas' baby homeHTMay 25, 1922Page 12Column 4
Black, JohnWent to West BranchHTJuly 26, 1917Page 4Column 5
Black, JOhnIn West BranchHTMay 25, 1922Page 12Column 4
Black, John R.In from PrescottHTMay 25, 1922Page 7Column 2
Black, MaryAttended ChautauquaHTAugust 2, 1917Page 4Column 3
Black, ProsecutorIosco lawsuitRCRMarch 9, 1916Page 1Column 6
Blackledge, ArthurBrother visitingRCRFebruary 10, 1916Page 8Column 2
Blackledge, ArthurAttended Ogemaw fairRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 1Column 5
Blackledge, ArthurExpected home from DetroitRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 3
Blackledge, ArthurIn Rose CityRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 2
Blackledge, ArthurLeft for NebraskaRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 2
Blackledge, Walterhome from NebraskaRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 8Column 1
Blackledge, WalterVisited schoolRCRFebruary 10, 1916Page 8Column 2
Blackledge, WalterReturning to NebraskaRCRFebruary 10, 1916Page 8Column 2
Blackledge, WalterFarewell party givenRCRFebruary 10, 1916Page 8Column 2
Blackledge, WalterGave Sunday servicesRCRFebruary 10, 1916Page 8Column 2
Blackledge, WalterBrother coming to NebraskaRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 2
Blackridge, WalterVisiting from NebraskaRCRFebruary 10, 1916Page 4Column 2
Blaess, RaymondForged a checkHTMay 25, 1922Page 10Column 2
Blair, EdwardHad visitorsRCRUnknown, 1921Page 1Column 2
Blair, Mr. & Mrs. FrankVisiting from DetroitRCRDecember 30, 1915Page 4Column 1
Blair, Mr. & Mrs. FrankVisiting S. T. BlairRCRDecember 30, 1915Page 8Column 2
Blair, GeraldHad visitorsRCRUnknown, 1921Page 1Column 2
Blair, HenryAttended baseball gameRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 8Column 3
Blair, MerrillVisiting S. T. BlairRCRDecember 30, 1915Page 8Column 2
Blair, Mr.Feeling betterRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 1
Blair, S. J.Visiting S. T. BlairsRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 8Column 3
Blair, S. J.Went to MioRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 8Column 1
Blair, S. J.Took cattle to West BranchRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 8Column 1
Blair, S. J.Buzzed wood at CouzinsRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 4Column 4
Blair, S. J.R. Beck visitedRCRUnknown, 1921Page 1Column 2
Blair, S. J.Mrs. Cosens visitedRCRUnknown, 1921Page 1Column 2
Blair, Mr. & Mrs. S. J.Visited at MiersRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 4Column 4
Blair, Mrs. S. J.Feeling betterRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 8Column 1
Blair, S. T.Had visitorsRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 8Column 3
Blair, S. T.Carver's visitedRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 8Column 1
Blair, S. T.Took cattle to West BranchRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 1Column 1
Blair, S. T.Feeling betterRCRFebruary 10, 1916Page 8Column 3
Blair, S. T.Had Andrus' for dinnerRCRFebruary 10, 1916Page 8Column 3
Blair, S. T.Hauled hay for KrugsRCRFebruary 10, 1916Page 8Column 3
Blair, S. T.Put up iceRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 2
Blair, S. T.Group hunting thereRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 2
Blair, S. T.Has grippeRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 4
Blair, S. T.Rex's visitedRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 4
Blair, S. T.Cozen visitedRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 4
Blair, S. T.Carver visitedRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 4
Blair, S. T.Smiths visitedRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 1
Blair, S. T.Wind blew chimney offRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 1
Blair, S. T.C. Dennison working for himRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 4Column 4
Blair, S. T.Beans visitedRCRUnknown, 1921Page 1Column 2
Blair, S. T.Heavy winds thereRCRUnknown, 1921Page 1Column 2
Blair, Mr. & Mrs. S. T.Returned from Ann ArborRCRDecember 30, 1915Page 8Column 2
Blair, Mr. & Mrs. S. T.Son visitingRCRDecember 30, 1915Page 8Column 2
Blair, Mr. & Mrs. S. T.Attended Grange meetingRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 8Column 3
Blair, Mr. & Mrs. S. T.Called on CarversRCRFebruary 10, 1916Page 8Column 3
Blair, Mr. & Mrs. S. T.Visited at MiersRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 4Column 4
Blair, Mr. & Mrs. S. T.Attended Neal funeralRCRUnknown, 1921Page 1Column 2
Blair, Mrs. S. T.Feeling betterRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 8Column 1
Blair, SamInstalls Grange officersRCRJanuary 13, 1916Page 1Column 2
Blair, Mr. & Mrs. SamSon visitingRCRDecember 30, 1915Page 4Column 1
Blakey, LucibelleStayed at PrudenvilleHTAugust 2, 1917Page 5Column 2
Blanchar, JohnN. Hitchcock visitingRCRDecember 30, 1915Page 8Column 2
Blanchar, JohnMade trip to West BranchRCRFebruary 10, 1916Page 8Column 1
Blanchar, Mrs.Caring for Mrs. StroubleRCRApril 24, 1913Page 8Column 2
Blanchar, Mrs.Recovering from illnessRCRFebruary 10, 1916Page 8Column 1
Blanchard, IraSchool officerHTSeptember 25, 1919Page 1Column 6
Blanchard, Mrs.Attended Eymer theatreHTMay 25, 1922Page 12Column 3
Blancher FarmStephens auction thereHTOctober 9, 1919Page 1Column 1
Blancher, Mr. & Mrs. IraMoving to DetroitHTMay 25, 1922Page 9Column 6
Blatchford, Rev.Services at Greve's hallRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 8Column 2
Bliss, A. T.Land for sale by estateHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 4Column 5
Bliss, CharleyGoodrich's visitingRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 1Column 2
Blood, Chas.In LuptonRCRFebruary 3, 1916Page 8Column 3
Blood, ChrisIn Rose CityRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 1Column 3
Blood, JesseIn LuptonRCRFebruary 3, 1916Page 8Column 3
Blood, JesseCall to serviceHTAugust 2, 1917Page 1Column 3
Bloomfield, Mr. & Mrs. M.Visiting in HaleRCRAugust 18, 1921Page 1Column 6
Blossom, Mr.Hunting with V. NyeRCRNovember 4, 1920Page 2Column 3
Blue Joe DamChas. Wolfe working thereRCRApril 24, 1913Page 1Column 6
Blum, WilliamDied from fallHTMay 25, 1922Page 10Column 4
Blumenthal, B.Clothing AdHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 1
Blumenthal, BarneyClearance saleHTAugust 2, 1917Page 8Column 1
Blumenthal, BarneyDry Goods adHTMay 25, 1922Page 4Column 1
Blumenthal, DellaDrove through Rose CityRCROctober 7, 1915Page 4Column 2
Blumenthal, HelenDrove through Rose CityRCROctober 7, 1915Page 4Column 2
Blumenthal, IsadoreDrove through Rose CityRCROctober 7, 1915Page 4Column 2
Blumenthal, IsadoreRed Cross memberHTJuly 26, 1917Page 1Column 5
Blumenthal, IvanVisiting in PrescottHTMay 25, 1922Page 9Column 4
Blumenthal, IvanAttended commencementHTMay 25, 1922Page 12Column 1
Blumenthal, MildredDrove through Rose CityRCROctober 7, 1915Page 4Column 2
Blumenthal, MildredWent to West BranchRCROctober 7, 1915Page 8Column 2
Blumenthal, MissAttended fairRCROctober 7, 1915Page 8Column 2
Blumenthal, PhilipRed Cross memberHTJuly 26, 1917Page 1Column 5
Blumenthal, PhilipChicago store adHTJuly 26, 1917Page 4Column 5
Blumenthal, PhilipChicago store adHTAugust 2, 1917Page 6Column 1
Boblett, Mrs. K. M.Autoed to HaleRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 1Column 3
Boch, E.Farm in Iosco CountyRCRJanuary 30, 1916Page 2Column 5
Boddy & LippertAuto garage adRCRNovember 4, 1920Page 3Column 5
Boddy MillCrum hauling logs thereRCRFebruary 17, 1916Page 8Column 3
Boddy, MyrtleTrimmed Monaghan's windowsRCROctober 7, 1915Page 4Column 6
Boddy, Robt.Thrashing at GrawburgsRCRJanuary 13, 1916Page 8Column 1
Boelow, ChesterDeputyHTOctober 9, 1919Page 1Column 1
Bohley, PhilipThreshed beans for ReetzRCRNovember 4, 1920Page 1Column 6
Bohley, PhilipDigging potatoesRCRUnknown, 1921Page 1Column 2
Bohnard, FrankRed Cross memberHTJuly 26, 1917Page 1Column 5
Bohnard, Wm.Having auction saleHTSeptember 25, 1919Page 1Column 6
Boley, FrederickCall to serviceHTAugust 2, 1917Page 1Column 3
Boley, HenryCall to serviceHTAugust 2, 1917Page 1Column 2
Bolinger, KateFound deadRCRFebruary 10, 1916Page 1Column 5
Bolyea, EstherDeathRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 1Column 3
Bolyea, EstherDeathRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 1Column 5
Bolyea, JohnDaughter diedRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 1Column 3
Bolyea, JohnDaughter diedRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 1Column 5
Bond, BurlIn town from West BranchRCRJanuary 13, 1916Page 4Column 3
Bond, BurlWent to church with MerrillRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 8Column 2
Bond, LauraValentine poemHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 1Column 2
Bond, W. L.In from FairviewHTAugust 2, 1917Page 5Column 4
Bond, Wm. L.Chautauqua ticketsHTJuly 26, 1917Page 3Column 5
Bond, Wm. L.Chautauqua ticketsHTAugust 2, 1917Page 2Column 1
Bonney, CecilOver from TawasRCRFebruary 10, 1916Page 4Column 3
Bonney, MissReturned to East TawasRCROctober 7, 1915Page 4Column 2
Bonnie, BlinkBrimblecoms visitingsHTJuly 26, 1917Page 4Column 4
Bonnie, BlinkSocial club met thereHTJuly 26, 1917Page 4Column 4
Booster StoreConducts writing contestRCROctober 7, 1915Page 1Column 3
Booth, JohnIn town from LewistonRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 4Column 2
Borden, CalebVisited StephensRCRFebruary 17, 1916Page 4Column 2
Borden, CalebSchool officerHTSeptember 25, 1919Page 1Column 6
Borden, EvaBack from vacationRCRJanuary 6, 1916Page 4Column 1
Borden, EvaHome over SundayRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 4Column 1
Borden, EvaSickRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 4Column 3
Borden, EvaVisited StephensRCRFebruary 17, 1916Page 4Column 2
Bortel, SemoreUp from FlintRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 1Column 3
Boshaw, MarthaNester Valentine programHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 1Column 6
Botima, LloydVisiting from ReeceRCRFebruary 17, 1916Page 4Column 1
Bottom, T.Buying beansRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 1
Bourassa, Albert O.Probate hearingHTSeptember 25, 1919Page 2Column 2
Bourassa, Albert O.Probate hearingHTOctober 9, 1919Page 2Column 2
Bourasso, BertWithdrawn as candidateHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 5Column 1
Bovee, Dr.Suit settledHTAugust 2, 1917Page 6Column 3
Bovee, M. E.Maple Ridge doctorHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 6
Bovee, M. E.Red Cross memberHTJuly 26, 1917Page 1Column 5
Bowan, JohnStandard Oil Co. agentHTMay 25, 1922Page 11Column 3
Bowen, JohnJim Colbert Jr. working forHTOctober 9, 1919Page 4Column 2
Bowen, LeoVisited OsbornsHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 4
Bowers, FrankHome from JonnasburgRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 8Column 1
Bowers, HowardIn town from LuptonRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 4Column 2
Bowers, HowardVisiting in Rose CityRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 8Column 1
Bowers, HowardCutting wood for ChaseRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 8Column 1
Bowers, MarshHelping cut cornRCROctober 7, 1915Page 8Column 1
Bowers, Mrs. MarshMother visitedRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 4Column 5
Bowers, PeterWife & son visitingRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 8Column 4
Bowers, VernonHome from JonnasburgRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 8Column 1
Bowersox, JacobDied in HomerRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 1Column 5
Bowman, Mrs. J. P.Sisters' Aid met thereHTOctober 9, 1919Page 3Column 3
Bowman, John P.Mortgage SaleHTMay 25, 1922Page 2Column 2
Bowman, Tinnie E.Mortgage SaleHTMay 25, 1922Page 2Column 2
Bowser, Rev. & Mrs.Daughter visitingHTOctober 9, 1919Page 2Column 3
Bradford, Mrs. O. L.Slowly feeling betterRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 5
Bradley, Mr. & Mrs. OscarVisiting FingersHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 3
Bradley, PhilVisited Ivan NyeRCRApril 24, 1913Page 8Column 1
Bradley, RoyRed Cross memberHTJuly 26, 1917Page 1Column 5
Bradley, RoyHad car accidentHTAugust 2, 1917Page 6Column 3
Bradley, Mrs. ScottMother visitedRCRApril 24, 1913Page 8Column 2
Bradley, Mrs. ScottMother diedRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 1Column 6
Bradt, MaryResigned as health officerHTOctober 9, 1919Page 1Column 2
Brady, Mr.Down from MioRCRMarch 9, 1916Page 4Column 1
Brae, MableAttended Hayes funeralHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 5Column 2
Bragg, RalphOn draft listHTJuly 26, 1917Page 4Column 1
Bragg, Ralph WilliamCall to serviceHTAugust 2, 1917Page 1Column 2
Brand, RobertAccidentally hangedRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 4Column 4
Brandes, HenrySister visitingHTAugust 2, 1917Page 5Column 3
Brandes, TressaVisiting from KentuckyHTAugust 2, 1917Page 5Column 3
Brandt, Mrs. FredVisiting parentsRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 1Column 3
Brant, JohnMoved to North LakeRCRApril 24, 1913Page 8Column 1
Brant, JohnTaking contracts for chicoryHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 5Column 4
Brant, JohnTaking contracts for chicoryRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 1
Brant, JohnContracting for chicoryRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 2
Brantingham, LydiaSelkirk Friends Church pastorHTMay 25, 1922Page 8Column 6
Brantingham, Mr.Painting Grezek's houseHTMay 25, 1922Page 7Column 4
Breaton, AlbertVisiting at Ross'sHTAugust 2, 1917Page 5Column 1
Brennen, Mr. & Mrs. JamesDaughter visitingHTAugust 2, 1917Page 8Column 1
Brewer, BrineMarried in FlintHTAugust 2, 1917Page 8Column 3
Brewster Loud Lumber CompanyLumber adHTMay 25, 1922Page 5Column 1
Brick, JosephMrs. Ammond visitedRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 8Column 2
Brick, Mr. & Mrs. JosephWent to EdwardsHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 1
Brick, Joseph A.Bought father's farmHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 1
Brick, LouisSold farm to sonHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 1
Brick, MichaelCall to serviceHTAugust 2, 1917Page 1Column 3
Brick, Mr. & Mrs.Attended PomonaHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 4Column 6
Brick, Mrs.IllRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 8Column 2
Briggs, Mrs. C.Had visitors from FlintHTJuly 26, 1917Page 4Column 4
Briggs, JimUp from FlintHTJuly 26, 1917Page 4Column 4
Briggs, Mrs.Sister visitingHTMay 25, 1922Page 12Column 2
Bright Star Gleaner HallDance thereHTAugust 2, 1917Page 8Column 1
Brimblecom, EstherVisiting BonniesHTJuly 26, 1917Page 4Column 4
Brimblecom, MyraVisiting BonniesHTJuly 26, 1917Page 4Column 4
Brindley, Albert AugustCall to serviceHTAugust 2, 1917Page 1Column 3
Brindley, EddieGetting over measlesHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 1
Brindley, Edward C.Real estate transferRCRApril 24, 1913Page 4Column 4
Brindley, FrankReal estate transferRCRApril 24, 1913Page 4Column 4
Brindley, Frank JosephCall to serviceHTAugust 2, 1917Page 1Column 3
Brindley, FredLost sheep in stormHTAugust 2, 1917Page 8Column 2
Brindley, Geo.Left last weekRCRFebruary 10, 1916Page 8Column 1
Brindley, Geo.Taking car to AlbertaRCRMarch 9, 1916Page 8Column 3
Brindley, GeorgeGave dancing partyRCRFebruary 3, 1916Page 1Column 1
Brindley, GeorgeGoing to North DakotaRCRFebruary 3, 1916Page 4Column 1
Brindley, GeorgeRed Cross memberHTJuly 26, 1917Page 1Column 5
Brindley, George PhillipCall to serviceHTAugust 2, 1917Page 1Column 2
Brindley, J. H.Red Cross memberHTJuly 26, 1917Page 1Column 5
Brindley, WilliamProbate of WillHTMay 25, 1922Page 2Column 3
Brink, R. W.Guest at the MonaghanRCRJanuary 6, 1916Page 4Column 1
Brisbie, WilliamVisiting from Walled LakeRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 1Column 2
Broadworth, EstherBack from SelkirkRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 4Column 1
Broadworth, Mr. & Mrs. RobertVisiting CozensRCRFebruary 17, 1916Page 4Column 1
Brock, Mrs.Son had operationHTOctober 9, 1919Page 4Column 2
Brodie, AlbertVisiting MontneysHTAugust 2, 1917Page 8Column 5
Brodie, ClarenceVisiting MontneysHTAugust 2, 1917Page 8Column 5
Brodie, TedVisiting MontneysHTAugust 2, 1917Page 8Column 5
Bromley, Mr. & Mrs. FrankAt Hotel MonaghanRCROctober 7, 1915Page 4Column 1
Bronson, PearlNester Valentine programHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 1Column 6
Bronson, Wm.School officerHTSeptember 25, 1919Page 1Column 6
Brooks BoysGot gasoline engineRCRApril 24, 1913Page 8Column 1
Brooks BoysDance enjoyedRCRJanuary 13, 1916Page 8Column 1
Brooks BoysH. Brooks visitingRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 1
Brooks BoysCampbell staying with themRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 1
Brooks, ClydeHad danceRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 8Column 2
Brooks, H.Visiting boysRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 1
Brooks, Thomas W.Army draftHTJuly 26, 1917Page 1Column 3
Brooks, Thomas W.Call to serviceHTAugust 2, 1917Page 1Column 2
Brooks, VeraAbsent from schoolRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 1Column 5
Brooks, VeraBack in schoolRCRFebruary 3, 1916Page 1Column 2
Brown, ArchieAttended Turner ball gameHTJuly 26, 1917Page 4Column 2
Brown, ArchieVisited his motherHTMay 25, 1922Page 12Column 3
Brown, Mrs. ArchieConvalescing after birthHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 1Column 4
Brown Bros.Hinkley's visitedHTMay 25, 1922Page 12Column 3
Brown BrothersAttended farmer's instituteHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 1Column 4
Brown BrothersBought gasoline sawHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 1Column 4
Brown, Mrs. D.House caught fireHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 1Column 4
Brown, Mrs. D.Seriously illHTAugust 2, 1917Page 8Column 2
Brown, Mrs. E.Autoed to HaleRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 1Column 3
Brown, E. E.PreachingHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 4
Brown, FloydHas hunting licenseRCROctober 7, 1915Page 1Column 1
Brown, FloydIn town from LuptonRCRJanuary 13, 1916Page 4Column 1
Brown, FloydIn town from LuptonRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 4Column 2
Brown, FloydMother staying thereRCRFebruary 17, 1916Page 8Column 4
Brown, FloydIn Rose CityRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 2
Brown, FloydLoading mine propsRCRMarch 9, 1916Page 8Column 1
Brown, Mrs. FloydHome from hospitalRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 8Column 1
Brown, Mrs. FloydOperated onRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 8Column 4
Brown, Mrs. FloydAlice Lince visitingRCRFebruary 17, 1916Page 8Column 3
Brown, FranklinNew studentRCRFebruary 17, 1916Page 1Column 2
Brown, GirlBorn January 20HTFebruary 24, 1916Page 1Column 4
Brown, Mr. & Mrs. JamesVisited at Fisher'sRCRNovember 4, 1920Page 1Column 6
Brown, Mrs.IllHTAugust 2, 1917Page 8Column 2
Brown, R. D.Ball Team PresidentHTMay 25, 1922Page 1Column 2
Brown, WilliamNew studentRCRFebruary 17, 1916Page 1Column 2
Brownley, ArthurSchool officerHTSeptember 25, 1919Page 1Column 6
Bruce, Thomas W.Red Cross memberHTJuly 26, 1917Page 1Column 5
Bruff's GroveMethodist meeting thereRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 1Column 1
Brunk, ClarenceIn Detroit & EvartRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 1Column 1
Brunk, ClarenceGave Bell foreign moneyRCRMarch 9, 1916Page 4Column 5
Brunk's Jewelry StoreWatch advertisementRCRApril 24, 1913Page 4Column 5
Brunk's Jewelry StorePhoto adRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 8Column 5
Bryce, C.Bought carHTAugust 2, 1917Page 8Column 5
Buchholz, Mrs. F.Mrs. Richards visitedHTMay 25, 1922Page 7Column 2
Buchholz, Mr.Baseball TeamHTMay 25, 1922Page 1Column 1
Buchholz, Mr.Baseball gameHTMay 25, 1922Page 6Column 1
Buchholz, Mr.Baseball GameHTMay 25, 1922Page 6Column 2
Buchholz, Mr.Baseball GameHTMay 25, 1922Page 6Column 3
Buck, ArtLaid upRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 1Column 1
Buck, ArthurGot hunting licenseRCROctober 7, 1915Page 1Column 1
Buck, Mrs. ArthurVisited AthertonsRCRFebruary 3, 1916Page 4Column 2
Buck, Mr.Scored on hitHTMay 25, 1922Page 6Column 4
Buck, RussellSurprise partyRCRJanuary 6, 1916Page 4Column 3
Buck, RussellHuneywell anniversaryRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 1Column 1
Buck, RussellAttended game in West BranchRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 4Column 2
BUckel, AnnieSpelling prize winnerHTMay 25, 1922Page 7Column 5
Buckel, MarieSpelling prize winnerHTMay 25, 1922Page 7Column 5
Buckingham, Mr. & Mrs. FredMartins visitedHTAugust 2, 1917Page 5Column 1
Buckle, MarieSewing club meetingHTMay 25, 1922Page 7Column 5
Buell, Charles E.Real estate transferRCRApril 24, 1913Page 4Column 4
Buell, Mrs. AddieMr. Depell taking care of propertyHTOctober 9, 1919Page 4Column 2
Buell, Mrs.Baums moved in with herHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 4Column 6
Bulkley, Rev. W. H.At Episcopal ChurchRCRFebruary 3, 1916Page 4Column 3
Burch, Mrs. JohnMother diedHTMay 25, 1922Page 9Column 5
Burgdorf, S. O.Worker wantedHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 4Column 6
Burgess, J. D.Over from West BranchRCRMarch 9, 1916Page 4Column 1
Burgess, John D.Chautauqua ticketsHTJuly 26, 1917Page 3Column 5
Burgess, John D.Chautauqua ticketsHTAugust 2, 1917Page 2Column 1
Burgess, NeilOver from West BranchRCRMarch 9, 1916Page 4Column 1
Burgher, Wm.Real estate transferRCRApril 24, 1913Page 4Column 4
Burkmad, FlorenceVisiting at SelmansHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 3
Burnham Stopel Co.Ira Simmons, representativeHTMay 25, 1922Page 9Column 3
Burns, JOhnMortgage SaleHTMay 25, 1922Page 2Column 3
Burns, JohnMortgageeHTMay 25, 1922Page 2Column 4
Burr, MerleWorking at ArmstrongsRCRApril 24, 1913Page 8Column 2
Burr, RoseHome from Traverse CityHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 2
Burt, Ed.Making ciderHTSeptember 25, 1919Page 1Column 6
Burt, GeorgeCall to serviceHTAugust 2, 1917Page 1Column 3
Burt, JohnTwin girls bornRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 1Column 5
Burtch, JohnReturned home-mother diedHTMay 25, 1922Page 12Column 2
Burtch, MaggieMother diedHTMay 25, 1922Page 9Column 6
Burtch, Mrs. MaggieVisited near LewistonHTMay 25, 1922Page 9Column 6
Busenbark, H.School officerHTSeptember 25, 1919Page 1Column 6
Butler, Ed.Got hunting licenseRCROctober 7, 1915Page 1Column 1
Butternut FarmA. L. Dunlap, Prop.RCRApril 24, 1913Page 8Column 1
Button, MaggieMortgage saleRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 4Column 6
Button, WilliamMortgage saleRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 4Column 6
Buvia, MichaelReturned to DetroitRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 3
Buvia, MichaelAttended partyRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 3
Buvia, NelsonTook Willison to hospitalRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 4Column 4
Buvia, NelsonTook Willison to hospitalHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 2
Buvia, NelsonNephew visitedRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 3
Buvia, Mr. & Mrs. NelsonVisiting in Rose CityRCRMarch 9, 1916Page 8Column 3
Buvia, Mr. & Mrs. NelsonDaughter visitedRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 8Column 2
Buvia, OrlaReturned from Bay CityRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 8Column 2
Byce, CharlotteVisiting in DurandRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 1Column 3
Byce, ClariceIn from South BranchRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 8Column 1
Byce, HenryRed Cross memberHTJuly 26, 1917Page 1Column 5
Caldwell, Mrs. ArthurHuneywell anniversaryRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 1Column 1
Camel, CarltonWent to LuptonRCRFebruary 17, 1916Page 8Column 1
Camel, CarltonVisited his motherRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 2
Camel Grange HallDance on SaturdayRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 4Column 4
Cameron, C.ElopementRCRJanuary 13, 1916Page 1Column 1
Cameron, JesseWent to StandishRCRJanuary 6, 1916Page 4Column 1
Cameron, JesseWife in hospitalRCRJanuary 6, 1916Page 4Column 2
Cameron, JesseWife diedRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 1Column 3
Cameron, JesseCame up from TaftRCRFebruary 3, 1916Page 4Column 1
Cameron, Mrs. JesseSister visiting from MaineRCRJanuary 6, 1916Page 4Column 1
Cameron, Mrs. JesseMother visiting from HaleRCRJanuary 6, 1916Page 4Column 2
Cameron, Mrs. JesseDeathRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 1Column 3
Cameron, Mrs. JesseDied last weekRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 8Column 3
Cameron, JohnSister-in-law diedRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 1Column 3
Cameron, Mrs. JohnHere from StandishRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 4Column 2
Cameron, Mrs.Niece visitedHTJuly 26, 1917Page 4Column 5
Caminsky, LouisOver from East TawasRCRFebruary 10, 1916Page 4Column 1
Campbell, Dr. D.McDowell his successorHTMay 25, 1922Page 8Column 6
Campbell FarmDumas moving from itRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 8Column 2
Campbell GrangeParty thereRCRUnknown, 1921Page 1Column 2
Campbell, HarryFather came to see himHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 1
Campbell, J. D.Moved to GoodarRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 1Column 3
Campbell, JamesReturned from New YorkHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 1
Campbell, JamesSold horseHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 1
Campbell, MaryAbsent from schoolRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 1Column 6
Campbell, Mr.School commissionerRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 1Column 3
Campbell, Rev.Thompson/Grierson marriageRCRJanuary 13, 1916Page 1Column 3
Campbell, Robt.Sold his hayRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 8Column 2
Campbell, Robt.Has been sickRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 1
Campbell, Robt.Staying with Brooks boysRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 1
Campbell, W. R.Red Cross memberHTJuly 26, 1917Page 1Column 5
Campbell's CornersAuction near thereHTOctober 9, 1919Page 1Column 1
Canelle, Mr. & Mrs. IsaacReturned to TwiningRCRMarch 9, 1916Page 8Column 3
Canton, A. C.Secretary, State Game Com.HTOctober 9, 1919Page 1Column 5
Card, Mr. & Mrs.In LuptonRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 4Column 4
Card, Mrs.Fox girls visitedRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 8Column 2
Card, Mrs.Mrs. Fox visitedRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 4Column 5
Card, SyeWent to Rose CityRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 4Column 4
Card, SyeHaving house worked onRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 4Column 4
Card, SyeChicken & corn roastRCROctober 7, 1915Page 8Column 1
Card, SyeGetting help with cornRCROctober 7, 1915Page 8Column 1
Card, SyeBought timbers for granaryRCRJanuary 6, 1916Page 8Column 1
Card, SyeButchered hogsRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 8Column 2
Card, SyeIn from DeckervilleRCRFebruary 17, 1916Page 4Column 2
Card, SyeWent to LuptonRCRFebruary 17, 1916Page 8Column 1
Card, SyeWent to Rose CityRCRFebruary 17, 1916Page 8Column 1
Card, SyeWent to Rose CityRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 2
Card, SyeHad a baby calfRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 2
Card, SyeWent to LuptonRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 2
Card, SyeHad to kill his dogRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 4Column 5
Card, SyeHas boy's coatRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 4Column 5
Card, SyeWent to Rose CityRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 4Column 5
Card, SyeLeo Purvis leavingRCRNovember 4, 1920Page 1Column 6
Card, SyeButchered a hogRCRNovember 4, 1920Page 1Column 6
Card, Mr. & Mrs. SyeAt Rose CityRCRJanuary 6, 1916Page 8Column 1
Card, Mr. & Mrs. SyeDaniels visitedRCRFebruary 10, 1916Page 8Column 1
Card, Mr. & Mrs. SyeVisited Fox'sRCRFebruary 17, 1916Page 8Column 1
Card, Mr. & Mrs. SyeIn town from DeckervilleRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 4Column 3
Card, Mr. & Mrs. SyeVisited ConnellsRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 4Column 5
Card, Mrs. SyeVisited Mrs. H. TheileckeRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 4Column 4
Card, Mrs. SyeGot peaches from sisterRCROctober 7, 1915Page 8Column 1
Card, Mrs. SyeCelebrated birthdayRCRFebruary 10, 1916Page 4Column 2
Card, Mrs. SyeMrs. Matthews visitedRCRFebruary 10, 1916Page 8Column 1
Card, Mrs. SyeCelebrated birthdayRCRFebruary 10, 1916Page 8Column 1
Card, Mrs. SyeHelped Mrs. KellyRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 4Column 5
Card, Mrs. SyeHelped with Halloween partyRCRNovember 4, 1920Page 1Column 6
Carnegie, AndrewStarted job at $1.80 weeklyHTOctober 9, 1919Page 1Column 3
Carney, Wm.In South BranchRCRFebruary 3, 1916Page 8Column 4
Carpenter, Geo.Helped cut cornRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 8Column 3
Carpenter, Geo.Visited relatives hereHTMay 25, 1922Page 12Column 4
Carpenter, MaggieLeader, Epworth LeagueRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 5Column 3
Carpenter, RoseVisiting her uncleHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 4
Carr, Mrs. AllenDied in LapeerRCRFebruary 3, 1916Page 4Column 3
Carr, EmmaProbate hearingHTOctober 9, 1919Page 2Column 2
Carr, LeviProbateHTOctober 9, 1919Page 2Column 2
Carrell, Wm.Working at Robinson's MillRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 8Column 2
Carrington, DewittAt the cityRCRFebruary 3, 1916Page 8Column 4
Carroll FarmJames Adams killed thereRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 1Column 6
Carroll, JamesAttended Hayes funeralHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 5Column 2
Carroll, M.Basketball playerHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 4Column 2
Carroll, TrumanVisiting PutmansRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 4Column 5
Carroll, Wm.Went to LuptonRCRJanuary 6, 1916Page 8Column 1
Carroll, Wm.Home from Robinson's MillRCRFebruary 17, 1916Page 8Column 1
Carroll, Wm.Son thereRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 4Column 5
Carroll, Mrs. Wm.Father visiting from TaftRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 4Column 4
Carscallen, Mr.Pickle contractsHTMay 25, 1922Page 5Column 5
Carscallen, Mrs.Mother diedRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 8Column 2
Carscallen, R. O.Selkirk store adHTMay 25, 1922Page 6Column 1
Carscallen, R. O. StoreClosed TuesdayHTMay 25, 1922Page 7Column 3
Carscallen, Roy StoreAuto in ditch thereHTMay 25, 1922Page 7Column 5
Carscallen, Mrs. RoyVisiting in LansingHTMay 25, 1922Page 7Column 4
Carscallen, Mr. & Mrs. SidVisited Mrs. Ivan NyeRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 8Column 2
Carscallen, Mrs. SidMother diedRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 1Column 6
Carscallen, SidSchool officerHTSeptember 25, 1919Page 1Column 6
Carscallen, SidneyStore closed for funeralRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 8Column 2
Carscallen, Mr. & Mrs. SidneyVisiting sisterRCRFebruary 3, 1916Page 4Column 1
Carscallen'sMrs. Seele guest thereHTAugust 2, 1917Page 5Column 4
Carson, James C.Mortgage saleHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 6Column 4
Carter Bros.Niece teaching schoolHTJuly 26, 1917Page 4Column 4
Carter, Mrs. HenryHaving lawn partyHTJuly 26, 1917Page 4Column 4
Carter, Mrs. HenryComposed songHTJuly 26, 1917Page 4Column 4
Carter, Mrs. JohnVisiting in RenoHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 3
Carter, Mrs. JohnHistory of RoscommonHTJuly 26, 1917Page 4Column 4
Carter, Mrs. JohnReturned from Bay CityHTOctober 9, 1919Page 3Column 3
Carter, Mrs. JohnSister is visitingHTOctober 9, 1919Page 3Column 3
Carter, JoyceTeaching St. Helen schoolHTJuly 26, 1917Page 4Column 4
Carter, MargaretPlayed pianoHTJuly 26, 1917Page 4Column 4
Carter, MissSang for women's congressHTJuly 26, 1917Page 4Column 4
Carter, MissDid loan exhibitHTJuly 26, 1917Page 4Column 4
Carver, Charles F.Running for SheriffRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 1Column 2
Carver, FredAttended grange meetingRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 8Column 3
Carver, FredSick with the gripRCRFebruary 10, 1916Page 8Column 3
Carver, FredHad companyRCRFebruary 10, 1916Page 8Column 3
Carver, Mr. & Mrs. FredGuests at BlairsRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 8Column 1
Carver, GlennAttended baseball gameRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 8Column 3
Carver, GlennVisited S. T. BlairRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 4
Carver, GlennAttended game in West BranchRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 4Column 2
Carver, LizzieAttended baseball gameRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 8Column 3
Cascadden, JayLeft for FlintRCRJanuary 6, 1916Page 8Column 1
Cascadden, JayMoved to FlintRCRFebruary 3, 1916Page 8Column 3
Case, Bert W.F. M. Church pastorRCRNovember 4, 1920Page 1Column 5
Case, Bert W.F. M. Church pastorRCRUnknown, 1921Page 1Column 2
Case, InspectorIn South BranchRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 8Column 2
Caswell, C. E.F. M. Church meetingRCROctober 7, 1915Page 4Column 2
Caswell, ElderF. M. Church meetingRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 4Column 1
Caton, Mr. & Mrs.Visiting at TowerRCRAugust 18, 1921Page 1Column 6
Cauer, A. H.In town from HaleRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 4Column 3
Caveny, J. FranklinChautauqua lecturerHTJuly 26, 1917Page 1Column 6
Caveny, J. FranklinChautauqua entertainerHTAugust 2, 1917Page 7Column 3
Caverly, LawrenceRed Cross memberHTJuly 26, 1917Page 1Column 5
Central Michigan NormalArmy training campRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 5Column 3
Chamber of CommerceMeetingHTMay 25, 1922Page 1Column 1
Chambers, Mr. & Mrs. F.Daughter visitingRCRDecember 30, 1915Page 4Column 1
Chambers, FrankSold timbers to CardRCRJanuary 6, 1916Page 8Column 1
Chambers, FrankMeadows visitingRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 2
Chambers, Mrs. FrankHelped her daughterRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 4
Champagne, S.Dewitts visitedHTMay 25, 1922Page 9Column 6
Champagne, Mrs. S.Sister visitingHTMay 25, 1922Page 12Column 1
Champion, R. W.Auction sale at LorangerHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 2
Chapin, E. R.Attorney AdRCRApril 24, 1913Page 5Column 1
Chapin, E. R.Attorney in townRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 1Column 1
Chapin, E. R.Attorney AdRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 5Column 1
Chapin, E. R.West Branch AttorneyRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 5Column 1
Chapin, E. R.In townRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 4Column 1
Chapin, E. R.Sang at Hayes funeralHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 1Column 5
Chapin, E. R.West Branch mayorHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 4Column 4
Chapin, E. R.Probate JudgeHTMay 25, 1922Page 1Column 3
Chapin, Mr. & Mrs. E. R.Huneywell anniversaryRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 1Column 1
Chapin, Earl R.Probate JudgeHTMay 25, 1922Page 2Column 2
Chapin, Earl R.Probate JudgeHTMay 25, 1922Page 2Column 6
Chapin, ElaineRed Cross memberHTJuly 26, 1917Page 1Column 5
Chapin, ElaineNo absences from schoolHTOctober 9, 1919Page 1Column 3
Charlton, MissAttended social clubHTJuly 26, 1917Page 4Column 4
Charlton, MissDanced at women's congressHTJuly 26, 1917Page 4Column 4
Chase, A. O.Bank of LuptonRCRApril 24, 1913Page 4Column 1
Chase, A. O.Bank of LuptonRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 5Column 5
Chase, A. O.Bank of LuptonRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 5Column 5
Chase, A. O.Went to Trout LakeRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 8Column 1
Chase, A. O.Having wood cutRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 8Column 1
Chase, A. O.In Bay CityRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 2
Chase, Mr. & Mrs. A. O.Visiting HolesRCRFebruary 17, 1916Page 8Column 3
Chase, HenryVisiting from Bay CityHTAugust 2, 1917Page 5Column 1
Chase, Mrs. I. A.W.C.T.U. delegateRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 2
Chase, L. A.Bank of LuptonRCRApril 24, 1913Page 4Column 1
Chase, L. A.Bank of LuptonRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 5Column 5
Chase, L. A.Bank of LuptonRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 5Column 5
Chase, Mrs.Admitted to hospitalRCROctober 7, 1915Page 1Column 5
Chase, Mrs.Attended W.C.T.U. conventionRCRMarch 9, 1916Page 8Column 1
Chase, O. A.Attended fairRCROctober 7, 1915Page 8Column 2
Chase, O. A.Spent time in Rose CityRCRMarch 9, 1916Page 8Column 1
Chase, O. A.Doing business in U. P.RCRMarch 9, 1916Page 8Column 1
Chase, Mrs. O. A.Grandmother visitingRCROctober 7, 1915Page 8Column 2
Chse, Mrs. OrlaAt W.C.T.U. conventionRCRMarch 9, 1916Page 8Column 1
Chase, Rakestraw & Co.Bank of LuptonRCRApril 24, 1913Page 4Column 1
Chase, Rakestraw & Co.Bank of LuptonRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 5Column 5
Chase, Rakestraw & Co.Bank of LuptonRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 5Column 5
Chase, Rakestraw & Co.Bank of LuptonRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 8Column 5
Chase, Rakestraw & Co.Bank of LuptonRCRFebruary 17, 1916Page 8Column 5
Chase, Rakestraw & Co.Bank of LuptonRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 5
Chase, Rakestraw & Co.Bank of LuptonRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 5
Chase, Rakestraw & Co.Bank of LuptonRCRMarch 9, 1916Page 8Column 5
Chase, VerbaVisited Neil SchoolRCRNovember 4, 1920Page 2Column 6
Chase, WesleyMier baling his hayRCRFebruary 10, 1916Page 8Column 3
Chase, Wm.Cousin visitingHTAugust 2, 1917Page 5Column 1
ChautauquaTo be held at Maple RidgeHTJuly 26, 1917Page 1Column 4
ChautauquaTo be held at StandishHTAugust 2, 1917Page 1Column 1
Cheney, Mr. & Mrs. BertSon bornRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 1Column 6
Cheney, Roy NelsonBornRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 1Column 6
Chicago StorePhilip Blumenthal, Prop.HTJuly 26, 1917Page 4Column 5
Chicago StoreClothing adHTAugust 2, 1917Page 6Column 1
Chippes, JoeLayes visitedHTOctober 9, 1919Page 4Column 2
Chipps, JosephBought Smith houseHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 4
Chipps, Miss LevaAt home in WhittemoreHTAugust 2, 1917Page 6Column 4
Cholger, Mrs. Chas.Returned home from LindersRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 1Column 1
Christenson, HansFire destroyed homeRCRJanuary 13, 1916Page 1Column 1
Christman, AnthonyReal estate transferRCRApril 24, 1913Page 4Column 4
Chrivia, Mr. & Mrs. BertLiving at Deyo HotelRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 1
Chrivia, JoeIn from George LakeRCRFebruary 3, 1916Page 4Column 2
Chrivia, JoeIn Rose CityRCRFebruary 3, 1916Page 8Column 3
Chrivia, JoeCompleting naturalizationRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 1Column 3
Chrivia, LeviVisiting in OwossoRCRJanuary 6, 1916Page 8Column 1
Chrivia, LeviCompleting naturalizationRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 1Column 3
Chrivia, Mr. & Mrs. LeviWent to West BranchRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 1Column 3
Church, A. L.Had visitorsHTMay 25, 1922Page 12Column 3
Church, Mrs. ElmoAttended Clear Lake partyHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 1Column 4
Church, Mrs. ElmoVisited at A. L. Church'sHTMay 25, 1922Page 12Column 3
Church, ErnestSold his farmHTMay 25, 1922Page 12Column 3
Church, SusieWorking at beaneryRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 4Column 1
Church, SusieCaring for sisterRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 4Column 1
Church, SusieBack at JoslinsRCRFebruary 3, 1916Page 4Column 2
Church, SusieHas grippeRCRFebruary 17, 1916Page 4Column 2
Churchill, Chas.Has hunting licenseRCROctober 7, 1915Page 1Column 1
Churchill, E. L.Colsons visitingHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 3
Churchill, EvertSister visitingHTAugust 2, 1917Page 8Column 4
Churchill, Mrs. Jos.Daughter caring for herRCRDecember 30, 1915Page 4Colum 1
Churchill, JosephSweeping chimneysRCROctober 7, 1915Page 4Column 1
Churchill, Mr. & Mrs.Daughter visitingHTAugust 2, 1917Page 8Column 4
Churchill, Roy FranceyCall to serviceHTAugust 2, 1917Page 1Column 3
Cieber, A. W.Guest at the MonaghanRCRJanuary 6, 1916Page 4Column 1
Citizen's Telephone Co.MergedHTMay 25, 1922Page 10Column 3
Clairmont, HazelHas whooping coughRCRJanuary 13, 1916Page 1Column 5
Clairmont, HazelBack in schoolRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 1Column 6
Clairmont, HazelReturned from down stateRCRAugust 18, 1921Page 1Column 3
Clairmont, JohnBack in schoolRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 1Column 6
Clamp, Mrs.Called on CozensRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 1
Clancey, Dr. C. C.Chosen President-State NewsRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 2Column 5
Clapp, Mrs. C.Gave party for sisterHTJuly 26, 1917Page 4Column 2
Clapp, Mrs. C.Visited parentsHTJuly 26, 1917Page 4Column 2
Clapp, Mrs. EarlReturned to Bay CityHTAugust 2, 1917Page 5Column 3
Clarey, AlbertVisited Sage LakeRCRApril 24, 1913Page 8Column 4
Clarey, AlbertVisiting at GaylordRCRDecember 30, 1915Page 4Column 2
Clarey, AlbertVisiting at SageRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 4Column 1
Clarey, AlbertRev. Knight visitingRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 4Column 1
Clarey, Mrs. CarrieReturned from East TawasRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 8Column 2
Clarey, Mrs. CarrieWent to HaleRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 3
Clarey, Mrs. CarrieD. McDermott working forRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 3
Clark, BurtPlayed with bandHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 5Column 3
Clark, DellaVisiting her sisterHTOctober 9, 1919Page 3Column 3
Clark, Dr.Here from LansingRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 8Column 2
Clark, EvertReceived 8th diplomaHTMay 25, 1922Page 12Column 1
Clark, JohnRed Cross memberHTJuly 26, 1917Page 1Column 5
Clark, JohnProbate hearingHTJuly 26, 1917Page 2Column 5
Clark, JohnProbate hearingHTAugust 2, 1917Page 2Column 4
Clark, Mr. & Mrs. JohnIn Bay CityHTMay 25, 1922Page 12Column 1
Clark, MargaretAdministrator of willHTAugust 2, 1917Page 2Column 4
Clark, MissLeading Women's CongressHTJuly 26, 1917Page 4Column 4
Clark, Mrs.Left for Saginaw & FlintRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 8Column 1
Clayton, AlbertRed Cross memberHTJuly 26, 1917Page 1Column 5
Clayton, Mr. & Mrs. C.Spent time at BayHTMay 25, 1922Page 12Column 3
Clayton, SethWorked for BatesRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 8Column 2
Clayton, SethPut up ice for MortensonRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 1
Clem, A. E.Stud serviceRCRApril 24, 1913Page 5Column 5
Clem, BertVisited Vern NyeRCRApril 24, 1913Page 8Column 1
Cleveland, A. O.DiedRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 8Column 3
Cleveland, A. O.Mortgage saleRCRFebruary 17, 1916Page 5Column 3
Cleveland, A. O.Mortgage saleRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 5Column 4
Cleveland, AnnaMortgage saleRCRFebruary 17, 1916Page 5Column 3
Cleveland, AnnaMortgage saleRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 5Column 4
Cleveland, AnnaMortgage saleRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 5Column 4
Cleveland, AnnaMortgage saleRCRMarch 9, 1916Page 5Column 4
Cleveland, O. A.Mortgage saleRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 5Column 4
Cleveland, O. A.Mortgage saleRCRMarch 9, 1916Page 5Column 4
Cliff, AlmaWent to see Dr. SmithHTMay 25, 1922Page 12Column 1
Cliff, AltaVisiting in TwiningHTAugust 2, 1917Page 6Column 3
Cliff, AltaVisited in WhittemoreHTMay 25, 1922Page 9Column 6
Cliff, AltaValedictorianHTMay 25, 1922Page 12Column 1
Cliff, AltaReceived 12th diplomaHTMay 25, 1922Page 12Column 1
Cliff, Mrs. Chas.Visited in WhittemoreHTMay 25, 1922Page 9Column 6
Cliff, GeorginaReceived 8th diplomaHTMay 25, 1922Page 12Column 1
Cliff, LelandWent to DetroitHTAugust 2, 1917Page 6Column 4
Cliff, ScottVisiting Maple RidgeHTMay 25, 1922Page 12Column 3
Clifford, A. W.Went to West BranchHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 3
Cline, CharlesHere from DetroitHTAugust 2, 1917Page 5Column 3
Cline, HarryArrived from Bad AxeRCRDecember 30, 1915Page 8Column 1
Close, Mr.Visited BlairsRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 8Column 3
Close, Mrs. Wm.Mother visitingHTMay 25, 1922Page 7Column 1
Close, Mrs. Wm.Entertained by MillersHTMay 25, 1922Page 7Column 3
Coburn, JohnIn Lupton from South BranchRCRFebruary 3, 1916Page 8Column 3
Coburn, L. A.Mother went to Bay CityRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 8Column 1
Coburn, Mrs. L. A.Grange ChaplainRCRJanuary 6, 1916Page 8Column 2
Cochran, Dr. C. F.Died in DenverHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 5Column 3
Cochran, Clarence F.Father diedHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 5Column 3
Cochran, FrankIn Bay City & SaginawRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 1Column 1
Cochran, FrankOpening restaurantRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 4Column 3
Cochran, GeorgeFather diedHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 5Column 3
Cochran, MaryBrother diedRCRFebruary 3, 1916Page 1Column 4
Cochran, Mrs.Working for Mrs. NyeRCRFebruary 10, 1916Page 8Column 2
Cochran, Wellington P.Probate caseRCROctober 7, 1915Page 5Column 3
Cockran, Belle FrenchF. French obitHTSeptember 25, 1919Page 1Column 1
Coke, Mrs. W. G.Returned from West BranchRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 8Column 2
Colbath, AmosServing lunchRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 5Column 2
Colbath, AmosCar quitRCRFebruary 3, 1916Page 4Column 3
Colbath, AmosServing lunchRCRFebruary 3, 1916Page 5Column 2
Colbath, AmosAttended game in West BranchRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 4Column 2
Colbath, N. W.Hart visitingRCRFebruary 17, 1916Page 4Column 1
Colbath, N. W.Photographing Bells stockRCRFebruary 17, 1916Page 4Column 2
Colbath, Mrs. N. W.Caring for sister-in-lawRCRFebruary 10, 1916Page 4Column 2
Colbath, Mrs. N. W.Returned from VassarRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 4Column 3
Colbath, Mrs. N. W.Returned homeRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 1Column 2
Colbert, EllenMother diedHTMay 25, 1922Page 9Column 5
Colbert, InfantMother diedHTMay 25, 1922Page 9Column 5
Colbert, JamesSermon preachedRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 8Column 3
Colbert, JamesWife diedHTMay 25, 1922Page 9Column 5
Colbert, JamesCard of thanksHTMay 25, 1922Page 9Column 5
Colbert, JamesVisited near LewistonHTMay 25, 1922Page 9Column 6
Colbert, James Jr.Mother diedHTMay 25, 1922Page 9Column 5
Colbert, JimMother diedHTMay 25, 1922Page 9Column 6
Colbert, JimVisited near LewistonHTMay 25, 1922Page 9Column 6
Colbert, Jim Jr.Working for John BowenHTOctober 9, 1919Page 4Column 2
Colbert, JohnMother diedHTMay 25, 1922Page 9Column 5
Colbert, JohnMother diedHTMay 25, 1922Page 9Column 6
Colbert, JohnVisited near LewistonHTMay 25, 1922Page 9Column 6
Colbert, MichaelMother diedHTMay 25, 1922Page 9Column 5
Colbert, MikeMother diedHTMay 25, 1922Page 9Column 6
Colbert, Mrs.FuneralHTMay 25, 1922Page 9Column 6
Colbert, Mrs.DiedHTMay 25, 1922Page 12Column 2
Colbert, Sarah CassidyDied May 12HTMay 25, 1922Page 9Column 5
Colbert, WillMother diedHTMay 25, 1922Page 9Column 5
Colbert, WillMother diedHTMay 25, 1922Page 9Column 6
Colbert, WillReturned home-mother diedHTMay 25, 1922Page 12Column 2
Colby, Rev. J. R.Neal's body returnedRCRAugust 18, 1921Page 1Column 1
Colby, James R.Methodist Episcopal ministerRCRNovember 4, 1920Page 1Column 5
Colby, James R.Methodist Episcopal ministerRCRUnknown, 1921Page 1Column 2
Colby, Mr. & Mrs.Visited her motherHTMay 25, 1922Page 12Column 3
Colby, Rev. & Mrs.Church Halloween partyRCRNovember 4, 1920Page 1Column 6
Cole, MissReturned to FreelandRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 1Column 5
Cole, Mr.In charge of Prescott paperRCRFebruary 10, 1916Page 1Column 6
Colgan, BillOgemaw Grain managerHTJuly 26, 1917Page 3Column 1
Colgan, William JohnArmy draftHTJuly 26, 1917Page 1Column 3
Colgan, William JohnCall to serviceHTAugust 2, 1917Page 1Column 3
Collingwood, Charles B.Lansing judgeHTMay 25, 1922Page 10Column 2
Collins, JudgeCourt decisionRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 1Column 5
Collins, MarionSpelling starsHTOctober 9, 1919Page 1Column 3
Colson, HenryVisiting ChurchillsHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 3
Colvin, Mr. & Mrs. AlbertVisiting parentsHTAugust 2, 1917Page 8Column 6
Commercial BankFarm loans adHTAugust 2, 1917Page 2Column 3
Common, Mr. & Mrs. EarlVisiting in MayvilleHTOctober 9, 1919Page 4Column 2
Common, MarjorieVisiting in MayvilleHTOctober 9, 1919Page 4Column 2
Commons, Mr.Lutron to visitRCRFebruary 10, 1916Page 1Column 6
Conley, ClarenceAt the cityRCRFebruary 3, 1916Page 8Column 4
Connell, TomHas corn cutRCROctober 7, 1915Page 8Column 1
Connell, TomAt Rose CityRCRJanuary 6, 1916Page 8Column 1
Connell, TomIn Rose CityRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 4Column 1
Connell, TomIn LuptonRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 2
Connell, TomOats were goodRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 4Column 5
Connell, Mr. & Mrs. TomVisited in LuptonRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 2
Connell, Mr. & Mrs. TomCards visitedRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 4Column 5
Conroyer'sSelling kitchen cabinetsRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 1Column 1
Consumer's Power Co.Harry Cline taking chargeRCRDecember 30, 1915Page 8Column 1
Consumer's Power Co.Building Mio damRCRJanuary 13, 1916Page 8Column 1
Consumer's Power Co.East Tawas franchiseHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 5Column 3
Cook, DockVisiting from AkronHTMay 25, 1922Page 9Column 6
Cook, EthelReturned from Bay CityHTJuly 26, 1917Page 4Column 1
Cook, F. G.School officerHTSeptember 25, 1919Page 1Column 6
Cook, Frank J.Refuses to refund salaryHTMay 25, 1922Page 10Column 3
Cook, Frederick G.Probate hearingHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 3Column 4
Cook, JohnMrs. Cook visitingHTJuly 26, 1917Page 4Column 1
Cook, JohnChas. Horton visitingHTAugust 2, 1917Page 8Column 1
Cook, Mr. & Mrs. LewisDaughter visitingHTAugust 2, 1917Page 8Column 1
Cook, NettieVisiting in FlintRCRDecember 30, 1915Page 4Column 1
Cook, O.Over from West BranchRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 4Column 1
Cook, Oscar FrederickCall to ServiceHTAugust 2, 1917Page 1Column 3
Cook, RobertDeBats visitedHTAugust 2, 1917Page 8Column 1
Cook, Mr. & Mrs. Robt.DeBats visitingHTJuly 26, 1917Page 4Column 1
Cook, T. E.Paid for paperRCRJanuary 13, 1916Page 4Column 1
Cook, W. A.Nephew leftRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 1Column 2
Cook, W. A.Rose City adRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 1Column 1
Cook, W. A. Cream StationRose City adRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 8Column 1
Cook, Mrs. WilliamVisiting John CookHTJuly 26, 1917Page 4Column 1
Cool, Charles LeroyCall to serviceHTAugust 2, 1917Page 1Column 2
Cool, EldonMarriedHTMay 25, 1922Page 4Column 4
Cool, William H.Having auction saleHTOctober 9, 1919Page 1Column 1
Cooley, S. S.Moved to Rose CityRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 1Column 2
Coones, W.Visiting from OhioHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 3
Cooper, Mr. & Mrs. AndrewTook daughter to Bay CityRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 8Column 2
Cooper, Mrs. AndrewVisited daughter to Bay CityRCRFebruary 10, 1916Page 8Column 1
Cooper, EvaWent to Bay CityRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 8Column 2
Cooper, EvaIn hospitalRCRFebruary 10, 1916Page 8Column 1
Copeland, AdaShot by husbandHTMay 25, 1922Page 7Column 1
Copeland, Rev. F.Married Goff & OsmanHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 5Column 2
Copeland, REv. F. C.Performed funeral servicesHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 1Column 5
Copeland, Rev. FrankChautauqua ticketsHTJuly 26, 1917Page 3Column 5
Copeland, Rev. FrankChautauqua ticketsHTAugust 2, 1917Page 2Column 1
Copeland, Rev. FrankHas new carHTAugust 2, 1917Page 5Column 3
Copeland, Rev. FrankRose City adRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 8Column 1
Copeland, FrankRector, Episcopal ChurchHTSeptember 25, 1919Page 2Column 3
Copeland, FrankRector, Episcopal ChurchHTOctober 9, 1919Page 2Column 3
Copeland, FrankRector, Episcopal ChurchHTMay 25, 1922Page 8Column 6
Copeland, Mrs. FrankVisiting in SaginawHTMay 25, 1922Page 7Column 3
Copeland, Mr.Killed wifeHTMay 25, 1922Page 7Column 1
Corbett, Andrew JamesArmy draftHTJuly 26, 1917Page 1Column 3
Corbett, Andrew JamesCall to serviceHTAugust 2, 1917Page 1Column 2
Corcoran, CecilSaved schoolmatesRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 1Column 3
Coreson, J.Helped cut cornRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 8Column 3
Coreson, JeremiahCommissioner of HighwaysRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 4Column 4
Corey, C. C.Secretary of Ogemaw Fair Assoc.HTOctober 9, 1919Page 1Column 3
Corey, ClydeMoving to Newton's houseHTOctober 9, 1919Page 4Column 2
Corey, Clyde AsaArmy draftHTJuly 26, 1917Page 1Column 3
Corey, Clyde AsaCall to serviceHTAugust 2, 1917Page 1Column 2
Corey, George A.Call to serviceHTAugust 2, 1917Page 1Column 2
Corey, Mr. & Mrs. WalterVisiting from DetroitHTJuly 26, 1917Page 4Column 5
Cornish, Mrs. GeorgeSuffered second strokeHTMay 25, 1922Page 7Column 1
Cornwell, Mrs. BertHere from SageRCRJanuary 13, 1916Page 4Column 1
Corrigan, Mr. & Mrs. JohnVisited Mrs. McDonaldHTJuly 26, 1917Page 4Column 2
Corsen, Mr. & Mrs. DavidDaughter bornRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 1Column 6
Corsen, Mr. & Mrs. DavidBaby girl bornRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 4Column 2
Corsen, GirlBornRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 1Column 6
Corsen, Lena LillianBornRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 4Column 2
Corwin, B. J.Attended F. M. meetingRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 1Column 5
Corwin, B. J.In Rose CityRCRFebruary 10, 1916Page 4Column 1
Corwin, Mr. & Mrs. B. J.In Rose CityRCROctober 7, 1915Page 4Column 2
Corwin, Mrs. B. J.Visited at HaleRCRApril 24, 1913Page 8Column 4
Corwin, Mrs. B. J.Visiting from SageRCRJanuary 13, 1916Page 4Column 1
Corwin, ClarkVisited at HaleRCRApril 24, 1913Page 8Column 4
Corwin, ReidVisiting GoslinsRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 1Column 5
Cosand, AlbertHauled potatoes for AustinRCRJanuary 13, 1916Page 8Column 2
Cosand, AlbertVisiting in Rose CityRCRFebruary 3, 1916Page 8Column 3
Cosand, Mr. & Mrs. AlbertVisited VaughansRCRAugust 18, 1921Page 1Column 5
Cosand, ClarenceDaughter bornRCRFebruary 3, 1916Page 8Column 3
Cosand, GirlBorn in OhioRCRFebruary 3, 1916Page 8Column 3
Cosand, JohnIn Rose CityRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 8Column 1
Cosand, JohnPaid subscriptionRCRFebruary 3, 1916Page 4Column 2
Cosand, JohnCrums & Shreive visitedRCRMarch 9, 1916Page 8Column 1
Cosand, JohnCrums & Griffith visitedRCRMarch 9, 1916Page 8Column 1
Cosand, Mrs. JohnMissionary Soc. meets thereRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 8Column 4
Cosand, LintonReid's store clerkRCRApril 24, 1913Page 1Column 6
Cosand, LintonHas rheumatic feverRCRJanuary 13, 1916Page 8Column 2
Cosand, LintonComing homeRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 8Column 1
Cosand, LintonHome from Mt. ClemensRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 8Column 1
Cosand, LintonAgain postmasterRCRFebruary 3, 1916Page 8Column 3
Cosand, LintonHome with parentsRCRFebruary 17, 1916Page 8Column 4
Cosand, LintonFeeling betterRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 2
Cosand, LintonRecovering from rheumatismRCRMarch 9, 1916Page 8Column 1
Cosand, LintonAttended Hobson funeralRCRAugust 18, 1921Page 1Column 5
Cosand, MargaretDaughter bornRCRFebruary 3, 1916Page 8Column 3
Cosens, Charles EdwardArmy draftHTJuly 26, 1917Page 1Column 3
Cosens, Charles EdwardCall to serviceHTAugust 2, 1917Page 1Column 2
Cosens, CharleyHelped KrughRCRUnknown, 1921Page 1Column 2
Cosens, Mrs. JoeVisited BlairsRCRUnknown, 1921Page 1Column 2
Cosens, JosephVisiting BlairsRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 8Column 3
Cottle, BoysBuzzed wood for MooresRCRFebruary 10, 1916Page 8Column 1
Cottle, StanleyArrived from WestRCRDecember 30, 1915Page 8Column 2
Cottle, WillSilo blocks hauledRCRMarch 9, 1916Page 8Column 3
Cottle, Mrs. WillSister visitingRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 1Column 5
Cottle, Wm.Visited ThompsonsRCRApril 24, 1913Page 8Column 2
Cottle, Wm.Foster Bennett working for himRCRApril 24, 1913Page 8Column 2
Cottle, Wm.Called on ParliamentsRCRApril 24, 1913Page 8Column 2
Cottle, Wm.Visiting in SaginawRCRDecember 30, 1915Page 8Column 2
Cottle, Wm.Still on sick listRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 8Column 2
Cournyer, B. J.Publisher, Rose City ReviewRCRApril 24, 1913Page 2Column 1
Cournyer, B. J.Editor, Rose City ReviewRCRApril 24, 1913Page 4Column 1
Cournyer, B. J.Went to LuzerneRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 1Column 1
Cournyer, B. J.On AuSable RiverRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 1Column 1
Cournyer, B. J.Ed. & Publisher/R.C. ReviewRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 4Column 1
Cournyer, B. J.Ed. & Publisher/R.C. ReviewRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 4Column 1
Cournyer, B. J.Property for saleRCROctober 7, 1915Page 4Column 2
Cournyer, B. J.Insurance business for saleRCROctober 7, 1915Page 4Column 3
Cournyer, B. J.Left for KingsleyRCRDecember 30, 1915Page 4Column 2
Cournyer, B. J.Suspends Kingsley SunRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 1Column 3
Cournyer, B. J.Publisher, Rose City ReviewRCRNovember 4, 1920Page 2Column 3
Cournyer, B. J.LaVacks visiting thereRCRNovember 4, 1920Page 2Column 3
Cournyer, B. J.Visiting from Rose CityHTMay 25, 1922Page 7Column 2
Cournyer, B. J.Visiting in South BranchHTMay 25, 1922Page 7Column 4
Cournyer, Mr. & Mrs. B. J.Returned to Rose CityRCROctober 7, 1915Page 4Column 2
Cournyer, Mr. & Mrs. B. J>Surpise going away partyRCRDecember 30, 1915Page 1Column 6
Cournyer, Mr. & Mrs. B. J.Settled in KingsleyRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 4Column 1
Cournyer, Mrs. B. J.Went to North StarRCRDecember 30, 1915Page 4Column 1
Cournyer FurnitureRose City adRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 5Column 5
Cournyer, KeithVisiting relativesRCRDecember 30, 1915Page 1Column 6
Cournyer, KeithWent to North StarRCRDecember 30, 1915Page 4Column 1
Courtright, M. L.Received geeseHTAugust 2, 1917Page 8Column 5
Courtright, M. L.Attorney for MortgageeHTMay 25, 1922Page 2Column 3
Cousins, Jos.Went to West BranchRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 4Column 4
Couzins, JosephS. Blair buzzed woodRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 4Column 4
Cowie, Dr. A. W.Hale Lake physicianRCROctober 7, 1915Page 1Column 5
Cowie, Dr.Over from HaleRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 4Column 3
Cowie, Dr.At EllakeRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 5
Cowling, Warren S.Marriage annulmentRCRFebruary 3, 1916Page 1Column 6
Cox, ClarenceCall to serviceHTAugust 2, 1917Page 1Column 2
Cox, Mrs. ClarenceVisited Mrs. TeepleRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 4Column 4
Cox, Emma HigginsMarriageRCRFebruary 3, 1916Page 1Column 1
Cozen, CharlieVisited S. T. BlairRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 4
Cozen, JosephNiece visitingRCRFebruary 17, 1916Page 4Column 1
Cozen, LeslieVisited S. T. BlairRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 4
Cozen, PearlMrs. Clamp called onRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 1
Crabtree, HenryOver from West BranchRCRMarch 9, 1916Page 4Column 2
Craft, BertReal estate transferRCRApril 24, 1913Page 4Column 4
Craft, BertLaVacks visitingRCRFebruary 3, 1916Page 8Column 3
Craft, BertHeld danceRCRMarch 9, 1916Page 8Column 1
Craft, BertHome from FlintRCRUnknown, 1921Page 1Column 1
Craft, Mr. & Mrs. BertDaughter's birthdayRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 1Column 2
Craft, BurtIn Rose CityRCROctober 7, 1915Page Column 3
Craft, Catherina MaryVisited GreensRCRUnknown, 1921Page 1Column 1
Craft, CharlieWorking for Will CraftRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 4Column 5
Craft, CharlieBailing hayRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 4Column 5
Craft, Chas.Drove to Rose CityRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 4Column 5
Craft, EmeryJanitor at Hamacher schoolRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 4Column 5
Craft, EmeryG. Delaney visitedRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 4Column 5
Craft, FlorenceHer 6th birthday partyRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 1Column 2
Craft, Mrs. Geo.Visited H. CraftRCRUnknown, 1921Page 1Column 1
Craft, Mrs. Geo.Becks visitedRCRUnknown, 1921Page 1Column 1
Craft, Mr. & Mrs. GeorgeDaughter visitingRCRUnknown, 1921Page 1Column 1
Craft, Mrs. GeorgeHad Sunday visitorsRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 4Column 5
Craft, HarryIn from DutchtownRCRFebruary 3, 1916Page 4Column 2
Craft, HarryCutting logsRCRMarch 9, 1916Page 8Column 2
Craft, HarryBought colt from WheelerRCRMarch 9, 1916Page 8Column 2
Craft, HarryC. Hepfinger visitedRCRMarch 9, 1916Page 8Column 2
Craft, HarryFilling Birchfield's siloRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 4Column 5
Craft, HarrySold silo fillerRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 4Column 5
Craft, HarryH. Thompson visitedRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 4Column 5
Craft, HarryDigging potatoesRCRUnknown, 1921Page 1Column 1
Craft, HarryMrs. G. Craft visitedRCRUnknown, 1921Page 1Column 1
Craft, HarryGot potato diggerRCRUnknown, 1921Page 1Column 1
Craft, Mr. & Mrs. HarryVisited EverettsRCRMarch 9, 1916Page 8Column 2
Craft, Mr. & Mrs. HarryVisited Dietz'sRCRMarch 9, 1916Page 8Column 2
Craft, Mrs. HarryVisited Mrs. G. CraftRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 4Column 5
Craft, HenryBuzzing woodRCRApril 24, 1913Page 8Column 1
Craft, HenryGot potato diggerRCRUnknown, 1921Page 1Column 1
Craft, HerbBaling hayRCRJanuary 13, 1916Page 8Column 1
Craft, HerbHauling buzz woodRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 1
Craft, HerbHauling buzz woodRCRMarch 9, 1916Page 8Column 2
Craft, HerbBaling hayRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 4Column 5
Craft, HerbBaling hay at MilltownRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 8Column 2
Craft, HerbAte at Reetz'sRCRNovember 4, 1920Page 1Column 6
Craft, JohnAutoed to West BranchRCRUnknown, 1921Page 1Column 1
Craft, John AnthonyCall to ServiceHTAugust 2, 1917Page 1Column 2
Craft, Mrs.Ate at Reetz'sRCRNovember 4, 1920Page 1Column 6
Craft, UrbanReturned from WolverineRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 1
Craft, UrbanVisited MiersRCRMarch 9, 1916Page 8Column 2
Craft, Mr. & Mrs. UrbanVisited parentsRCRUnknown, 1921Page 1Column 1
Craft, WillHauling buzz woodRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 1
Craft, WillHauling buzz woodRCRMarch 9, 1916Page 8Column 2
Craft, WillVisited MiersRCRMarch 9, 1916Page 8Column 2
Craft, WillBaling hayRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 4Column 5
Craft, WillCharlie working for himRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 4Column 5
Craft, Mr. & Mrs. WillS. Linton called on themRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 4Column 5
Craft, Mrs. WillSick with the grippeRCRMarch 9, 1916Page 8Column 2
Craft, Mrs. WillVisited Mrs. G. CraftRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 4Column 5
Craft, Mrs. WillVisited Mrs. WeltinRCRUnknown, 1921Page 1Column 1
Cramer, F. M.Over from West BranchRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 4Column 3
Cramer, Ray F.Army draftHTJuly 26, 1917Page 1Column 3
Cramer, Ray F.Call to serviceHTAugust 2, 1917Page 1Column 3
Cramer, W. S.AuctioneerRCRApril 24, 1913Page 5Column 2
Cramer, W. S.AuctioneerRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 5Column 2
Cramer, W. S.West Branch AuctioneerRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 5Column 2
Cramer, W. S.West Branch AuctioneerRCROctober 7, 1915Page 5Column 1
Cramer, W. S.AuctioneerRCROctober 7, 1915Page 5Column 5
Cramer, W. S.West Branch AuctioneerRCRJanuary 6, 1916Page 5Column 1
Cramer, W. S.West Branch AuctioneerRCRJanuary 13, 1916Page 5Column 1
Cramer, W. S.In town from West BranchRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 4Column 2
Cramer, W. S.West Branch AuctioneerRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 5Column 1
Cramer, W. S.West Branch AuctioneerRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 5Column 3
Cramer, W. S.West Branch AuctioneerRCRFebruary 3, 1916Page 5Column 2
Cramer, W. S.West Branch AuctioneerRCRFebruary 10, 1916Page 5Column 4
Cramer, W. S.West Branch AuctioneerRCRFebruary 17, 1916Page 5Column 4
Cramer, W. S.West Branch AuctioneerRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 5Column 5
Cramer, W. S.West Branch AuctioneerHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 7Column 4
Cramer, W. S.West Branch AuctioneerRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 5Column 5
Cramer, W. S.Warner auction saleRCRMarch 9, 1916Page 4Column 1
Cramer, W. S.West Branch AuctioneerRCRMarch 9, 1916Page 5Column 5
Cramer, W. S.West Branch AuctioneerHTJuly 26, 1917Page 2Column 6
Cramer, W. S.West Branch AuctioneerHTAugust 2, 1917Page 2Column 5
Cramer, W. S.West Branch AuctioneerHTSeptember 19, 1918Page 4Column 6
Cramer, W. S.AuctioneerRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 5Column 1
Cramer, W. S.AuctioneerHTSeptember 25, 1918Page 1Column 6
Cramer, W. S.AuctioneerHTOctober 9, 1919Page 1Column 1
Cramer, W. S.West Branch AuctioneerHTMay 25, 1922Page 8Column 6
Crandall, L. D.Suffered a strokeRCRDecember 30, 1915Page 1Column 2
Crandel, WillAt Maple GroveHTJuly 26, 1917Page 4Column 4
Crandell, FrankVisiting from DurandHTAugust 2, 1917Page 4Column 3
Crandell, L. D.Son visitingHTAugust 2, 1917Page 4Column 3
Crandell, LuellaHome from MikadoHTMay 25, 1922Page 12Column 2
Crandell, Mr.Parliament letterHTAugust 2, 1917Page 1Column 5
Crandell, Roy W.Uncle dyingRCRDecember 30, 1915Page 1Column 2
Crandell, Roy W.Prosecuting attorneyRCRDecember 30, 1915Page 1Column 2
Crandell, W. A.In Rose CityRCROctober 7, 1915Page 4Column 1
Crandell, W. A.Editor, Herald TimesHTJuly 26, 1917Page 2Column 1
Crandell, W. A.Chautauqua ticketsHTJuly 26, 1917Page 3Column 5
Crandell, W. A.Herald-Times publisherHTAugust 2, 1917Page 2Column 1
Crandell, W. A.Chautauqua ticketsHTAugust 2, 1917Page 2Column 1
Crandell, W. A.In South BranchHTAugust 2, 1917Page 8Column 5
Crandell, W. A.Herald-Times PublisherHTSeptember 25, 1919Page 2Column 2
Crandell, W. A.Herald-Times PublisherHTMay 25, 1922Page 2Column 1
Crandell, W. A.Ogemaw Road CommissionHTMay 25, 1922Page 8Column 4
Crandell, Mr. & Mrs. WillardIn townHTAugust 2, 1917Page 6Column 4
Crandell, Willard A.Owner, Rose City ReviewRCROctober 7, 1915Page 5Column 4
Crane, W. H.Got pigsRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 1Column 1
Craner, Alexander S.Call to serviceHTAugust 2, 1917Page 1Column 3
Craner, FrankVisiting parentsHTMay 25, 1922Page 9Column 6
Craner, Geo.MarriageRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 5Column 4
Craner, Mrs. HarryParents visitingHTOctober 9, 1919Page 4Column 2
Craner, Ira SylvesterArmy draftHTJuly 26, 1917Page 1Column 3
Craner, Ira SylvesterCall to serviceHTAugust 2, 1917Page 1Column 3
Craner, WilliamHas hunting licenseRCROctober 7, 1915Page 1Column 1
Crann, VernonHas hunting licenseRCROctober 7, 1915Page 1Column 1
Crary, PearlRed Cross memberHTJuly 26, 1917Page 1Column 5
Crawford, FredSummering in Grand RapidsHTMay 25, 1922Page 7Column 2
Crawford, Mr.Baseball GameHTMay 25, 1922Page 6Column 4
Crawford, RayArmy draftHTJuly 26, 1917Page 1Column 3
Crawford, RayCall to serviceHTAugust 2, 1917Page 1Column 3
Crawn, VernonCall to serviceHTAugust 2, 1917Page 1Column 3
Crecine, Mrs. HarryHere from WolverineHTMay 25, 1922Page 7Column 1
Crew, JamesSchool officerHTSeptember 25, 1919Page 1Column 6
Crippen FarmThompson took shingles thereRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 1
Cripps, Mrs. AmosVisiting fatherRCROctober 7, 1915Page 8Column 2
Cripps, ForestHere from MioRCROctober 7, 1915Page 4Column 1
Cripps, GlennVisiting from DetroitRCRDecember 30, 1915Page 4Column 1
Cripps, GlennReturned to FlintRCRJanuary 6, 1916Page 4Column 2
Cripps, Mr. & Mrs. JohnSon visitingRCRDecember 30, 1915Page 4Column 1
Cripps, Mr. & Mrs. JohnMrs. Moore visitingRCRMarch 9, 1916Page 4Column 3
Cripps, John O.Army draftHTJuly 26, 1917Page 1Column 3
Cripps, John O.Call to serviceHTAugust 2, 1917Page 1Column 2
Cripps, L.Basketball teamRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 1Column 6
Cripps, MissBasketball teamRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 1Column 6
Cripps, R.Basketball teamRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 1Column 6
Crisher, Geo. F.Has hunting licenseRCROctober 7, 1915Page 1Column 1
Criss, RobertInstalled telephoneRCRJanuary 6, 1916Page 8Column 1
Cromwell, JamesIn Rose CityRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 4Column 1
Cronk, IvaMarriageHTMay 25, 1922Page 6Column 5
Crony, Mr. & Mrs. Ed.In townRCRJanuary 13, 1916Page 4Column 3
Cross, Mrs.At Ann Arbor HospitalHTMay 25, 1922Page 4Column 3
Cross, U.Sold stock to WeinbergHTOctober 9, 1919Page 4Column 2
Cross, William HenryCall to serviceHTAugust 2, 1917Page 1Column 3
Crozier, RayLindley engagementRCRNovember 4, 1920Page 1Column 5
Crozier, RuthVisiting SuthlandsRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 4Column 2
Crozier, RuthVisiting in Rose CityRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 2
Crozier, WalterCall to serviceHTAugust 2, 1917Page 1Column 3
Crozier, Will & Co.Bought Craft's silo fillerRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 4Column 5
Crozier, Wm.Jessie Nickerson visited thereRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 1Column 5
Crozier, Wm.Filling siloRCROctober 7, 1915Page 8Column 2
Crozier, Wm.Spent time in Rose CityRCRMarch 9, 1916Page 8Column 1
Crozier, Wm.Visiting in South BranchHTMay 25, 1922Page 7Column 4
Cruesmier, Mr.Fixing O'Connor houseRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 8Column 2
Cruickshank, GeorgeCall to serviceHTAugust 2, 1917Page 1Column 3
Crum, Ed.In townRCROctober 7, 1915Page 4Column 2
Crum, Ed.Attended fairRCROctober 7, 1915Page 8Column 2
Crum, Ed.Visited in MioRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 8Column 1
Crum, Mr. & Mrs. Ed.Gave farewell partyRCRFebruary 10, 1916Page 8Column 2
Crum, Mr. & Mrs. Ed.Visited CosandsRCRMarch 9, 1916Page 8Column 1
Crum, Mr. & Mrs. Ed.Visited VaughansRCRAugust 18, 1921Page 1Column 5
Crum, Mrs. Ed.Visited WelchsRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 8Column 4
Crum, Mrs. Ed.Attended Hobson funeralRCRAugust 18, 1921Page 1Column 5
Crum, EddHauling logs to Boddy millRCRFebruary 17, 1916Page 8Column 3
Crum, EstherReturned from LovellsRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 1Column 5
Crum, EstherVisited Beulah WestonRCRMarch 9, 1916Page 8Column 1
Crum, MartinHas hunting licenseRCROctober 7, 1915Page 1Column 1
Crum, MartinOver from LuptonRCRFebruary 10, 1916Page 4Column 1
Crum, MartinIn Rose CityRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 2
Cullen, M. J.Real estate loansHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 3Column 4
Cullen, M. J.Real estate loansHTJuly 26, 1917Page 2Column 5
Cullen, M. J.Real estate loansHTAugust 2, 1917Page 2Column 4
Cullen, M. J.Real estate loansHTOctober 9, 1919Page 3Column 1
Cullen, Mr.Basketball teamRCRMarch 9, 1916Page 1Column 1
Cumming, Mrs. A. L.MemoriamRCRApril 24, 1913Page 8Column 4
Cumming, EleanorAbsent from schoolRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 1Column 6
Cumming FarmWm. Dumas bought itRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 8Column 2
Cumming, LouisSchool officerHTSeptember 25, 1919Page 1Column 6
Cumming, MaryHad visitorsRCRFebruary 3, 1916Page 8Column 4
Cumming, Mr. & Mrs.A. Fink visitingRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 1Column 2
Cumming, W. J.Garden seed adRCRApril 24, 1913Page 8Column 4
Cumming, W. J.General store adRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 8Column 4
Cumming, W. J.Clothing adRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 8Column 4
Cumming, W. J.Installed furnaceRCRJanuary 6, 1916Page 4Column 1
Cumming, W. J.Installing toilet for RohlRCRJanuary 6, 1916Page 4Column 1
Cumming, W. J.Installed engine for GrawburgRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 4Column 2
Cumming, W. J.PlumberRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 5Column 1
Cumming, W. J.PlumberRCRFebruary 3, 1916Page 5Column 1
Cumming, W. J.Installed heat for PerkinsRCRFebruary 17, 1916Page 4Column 2
Cumming, W. J.Autoed to Long LakeRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 4Column 1
Cumming, Mrs. W. J.15th anniversaryRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 1Column 2
Cumming, Mrs. W. J.SickRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 4Column 2
Cummings, JamesSister-in-law diedRCRNovember 4, 1920Page 2Column 4
Cummings, TressellCard of thanksRCRNovember 4, 1920Page 1Column 6
Cummings, Mrs. TressellDiedRCRNovember 4, 1920Page 1Column 1
Cummings, Mrs. TressellDiedRCRNovember 4, 1920Page 2Column 4
Cummins, Mrs. ArchieCactus bloomingRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 4Column 4
Curler, Mrs. A.Held pedro partyRCRFebruary 10, 1916Page 8Column 1
Currie, GeoergeReceived 8th diplomaHTMay 25, 1922Page 12Column 1
Currie, Gilbert FremonArmy draftHTJuly 26, 1917Page 1Column 3
Currie, Gilbert FremonCall to serviceHTAugust 2, 1917Page 1Column 3
Currie, HazelMarriageHTMay 25, 1922Page 6Column 4
Currie, MarionReceived 8th diplomaHTMay 25, 1922Page 12Column 1
Currie, Mr. & Mrs. RobertMiss Pringle visitedHTMay 25, 1922Page 9Column 6
Curry, AllenIn Rose CityRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 1Column 3
Curry, AllenIn Rose CityRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 8Column 1
Curry, AllenIn from HillRCRFebruary 17, 1916Page 8Column 3
Curry, KateBuilding a new barnHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 5Column 4
Curry, KateBuilding a new barnRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 1
Curtis, IraSchool officerHTSeptember 25, 1919Page 1Column 6
Curtis, Mr. & Mrs. IraCalled on Otto AdolphHTMay 25, 1922Page 7Column 5
Curtis, RayElectrocuted in Bay CityRCRFebruary 3, 1916Page 1Column 6
Cyr, Mr. & Mrs. JimVisiting from Bay CityHTAugust 2, 1917Page 8Column 5
Cyr, VernVisiting from Bay CityHTAugust 2, 1917Page 8Column 5
Dagwell, HarrySon killedRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 1Column 6
Dagwell, LyleElectrocutedRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 1Column 6
Dahl, LauraVisited Fritz'sRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 4Column 4
Dahl, LauraAccompanied H. FossRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 4Column 4
Dahly, Ruth HeleneChautauqua entertainerHTJuly 26, 1917Page 1Column 6
Daniels, CharlesGone to Mio for workRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 8Column 1
Daniels, Chas.Left for damRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 8Column 2
Daniels, Chas.Returned homeRCRFebruary 10, 1916Page 8Column 1
Daniels, LucyWent with Miss SlaterRCRFebruary 17, 1916Page 8Column 1
Daniels, PearlHelped with Halloween partyRCRNovember 4, 1920Page 1Column 6
Daniels, W. E.Lost dogRCRFebruary 17, 1916Page 4Column 1
Daniels, Mr. & Mrs. W. E.Visiting from LuptonRCRFebruary 17, 1916Page 4Column 1
Daniels, Wm.Pulling beansRCROctober 7, 1915Page 8Column 1
Daniels, Wm.Helped butcher hogsRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 8Column 2
Daniels, Wm.Lost dog while huntingRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 2
Daniels, Mr. & Mrs. Wm.At Rose CityRCRJanuary 6, 1916Page 8Column 1
Daniels, Mr. & Mrs. Wm.Visited CardsRCRFebruary 10, 1916Page 8Column 1
Daniels, Mr. & Mrs. Wm.Visited ArnoldsRCRFebruary 17, 1916Page 8Column 1
Daniels, Mrs. Wm.Helped with Halloween partyRCRNovember 4, 1920Page 1Column 6
Danin, JosephPurchased Whittemore ranchHTMay 25, 1922Page 12Column 4
Danley, Chas.Has hunting licenseRCROctober 7, 1915Page 1Column 1
Dantzer, AdrianHome from LewistonRCRFebruary 3, 1916Page 4Column 2
Dantzer, AdrianLeft for DetroitRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 1
Dantzer HousePolmanteer moved thereRCRNovember 4, 1920Page 2Column 3
Dantzer, IsabellVisited out of townRCRFebruary 3, 1916Page 4Column 2
Dantzer, Mrs.S. Mathews visitedRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 4Column 5
Darcy, BenjaminHome burnedHTMay 25, 1922Page 10Column 2
Dardas, John S.Draft appeal boardHTAugust 2, 1917Page 4Column 4
Davey, Rev. G. D.Edwards M. E. Church pastorHTMay 25, 1922Page 8Column 6
Davey, Mr. & Mrs.Shopping in PrescottHTMay 25, 1922Page 9Column 3
Davey, Rev.Gave Roe sermanHTMay 25, 1922Page 12Column 2
David, AlbaS. Davids visitedHTSeptember 25, 1919Page 1Column 5
David, Mr. & Mrs. AlbaVisited HarirsHTJuly 26, 1917Page 4Column 3
David, Mr. & Mrs. AlbaVisited at Norris'HTOctober 9, 1919Page 3Column 3
David, Alba ScofieldCall to serviceHTAugust 2, 1917Page 1Column 2
David, HelenVisited Alba DavidHTSeptember 25, 1919Page 1Column 5
David, Mr. & Mrs. RoyMoved in with BelangersHTMay 25, 1922Page 12Column 4
David, Mr. & Mrs. S. N.Visited Alba DavidHTSeptember 25, 1919Page 1Column 5
Davidson, Elsie M.Flint Land CompanyHTJuly 26, 1917Page 2Column 2
Davidson, Elsie M.Flint Land CompanyHTAugust 2, 1917Page 2Column 4
Davies, Mrs.Attended social clubHTJuly 26, 1917Page 4Column 4
Davies, Mrs.Chaperoned partyHTJuly 26, 1917Page 4Column 4
Davis, B. W.In town from TawasRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 4Column 3
Davis, DelandFiled marshall petitionRCRFebruary 10, 1916Page 1Column 5
Davis, EmmetWent to DetroitHTAugust 2, 1917Page 5Column 3
Davis, Mrs H. C.Had Sunday companyHTOctober 9, 1919Page 2Column 3
Davis, Harvey RobertCall to serviceHTAugust 2, 1917Page 1Column 3
Davis, Mr. & Mrs. J. E.Son enlistedHTAugust 2, 1917Page 5Column 4
Davis, Mr. & Mrs. J. F.Visiting in Bay CityHTAugust 2, 1917Page 5Column 1
Davis, LoisVisiting in Bay CityHTAugust 2, 1917Page 5Column 1
Davis, Mrs. MonroeRetured to DetroitHTAugust 2, 1917Page 5Column 3
Davis, Mr.Baseball TeamHTMay 25, 1922Page 1Column 1
Davis, Mr.Baseball gameHTMay 25, 1922Page 6Column 1
Davis, Mr.Baseball GameHTMay 25, 1922Page 6Column 2
Davis, Mr.Baseball GameHTMay 25, 1922Page 6Column 3
Davis, Mr.Out-pitched MeteviaHTMay 25, 1922Page 6Column 4
Davis, R. E.Moved to TowerHTFeburary 24, 1916Page 4Column 6
Davis, Rev.Married Sullivan & StanlakeHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 1Column 4
Davis, Mrs. ThomasDiedHTAugust 2, 1917Page 5Column 1
Davis, WilburWent to South CarolinaHTAugust 2, 1917Page 5Column 3
Davis, WilburEnlistedHTAugust 2, 1917Page 5Column 4
Davison,JamesVisiting from VassarHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 4
Day, Mrs. FloydReturned from GoodrichRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 1Column 2
Day, Rev. JohnPerformed a weddingRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 1Column 6
Day, John R.Pastor, M. E. ChurchRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 1Column 6
Day, Mrs. O. H.Brother visitingHTAugust 2, 1917Page 5Column 4
Day, Mrs. O. H.Sister visitingHTMay 25, 1922Page 7Column 3
Dayton, ErnestMoved to Hilliar farmRCRApril 24, 1913Page 8Column 2
Dean, F. L.Bank cashierRCRNovember 4, 1920Page 2Column 4
Dean, Freeman L.Rose City Bank cashierRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 5Column 2
Deane, Mrs. Thos.Visiting parentsRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 3
Debats, JohnVisiting CooksHTJuly 26, 1917Page 4Column 1
Debats, JohnReturned to Bay CityHTAugust 2, 1917Page 8Column 1
Debats, Mr. & Mrs. WilliamVisiting CooksHTJuly 26, 1917Page 4Column 1
Debats, Mr. & Mrs. WilliamReturned to Bay CityHTAugust 2, 1917Page 8Column 1
Decker, A. W.Hayes pallbearerHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 1Column 5
Decker, Mr. & Mrs. AlvahAttended Hayes funeralHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 5Column 2
Decker, BenAt LuptonRCRApril 24, 1913Page 8Column 4
Decker, BenIn from SageRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 4Column 3
Decker, Mrs. JohnDeathRCRJanuary 6, 1916Page 1Column 5
Decker, Mrs. JohnFuneral near Rose CityRCRJanuary 6, 1916Page 8Column 1
Deckerville SchoolProgram fineRCRJanuary 6, 1916Page 8Column 1
DeClaire, A. J.Speared fishRCRJanuary 13, 1916Page 8Column 1
Deer, J. A.Mother visitingHTAugust 2, 1917Page 8Column 4
Deeter, Wm.Bought 400 lambsRCROctober 7, 1915Page 4Column 2
Deitz, Mrs. NickVisited HegermansRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 8Column 2
Delaney, GeorgeVisited E. CraftRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 4Column 5
Delaney, HazelVisiting motherRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 1
Delaney, HazelReturned to work in FreelandRCRMarch 9, 1916Page 8Column 2
Delaney, MargaretVisiting Mrs. PetersRCRMarch 9, 1916Page 8Column 2
Delaney, WilliamArmy draftHTJuly 26, 1917Page 1Column 3
Delaney, WilliamCall to serviceHTAugust 2, 1917Page 1Column 3
Delaney, Mrs. Wm.Went to West BranchRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 1
Delaney, Mrs. Wm.Daughter visitingRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 1
Delaney, Mrs. Wm.Daughter returned homeRCRMarch 9, 1916Page 8Column 2
Delhanty, Mrs.Party given forHTAugust 2, 1917Page 5Column 1
Dell, MattReceived money from MaccabeesRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 1Column 5
Dellinback, LeeHome from the SooHTJuly 26, 1917Page 4Column 5
Dematio, MarieVisited VogtsHTMay 25, 1922Page 1Column 3
Dematio, OliveVisited VogtsHTMay 25, 1922Page 1Column 3
Dematio, SylvesterGave danceHTMay 25, 1922Page 1Column 3
DeMatio, T. H.School officerHTSeptember 25, 1919Page 1Column 6
Deming, Mrs. WilburVisiting from JacksonHTAugust 2, 1917Page 5Column 3
Dendel, IreneAttended play in West BranchRCRFebruary 3, 1916Page 4Column 1
Dendel, MissLeader, Epworth LeagueRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 1Column 5
Denison, ElizabethHome from West BranchRCRMarch 9, 1916Page 4Column 3
Dennis, CharlieAttended partyRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 3
Dennis, Mrs. E. L.Ladies club to meet thereRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 4Column 4
Dennis, Mrs. E. L.Ladies club to meet thereHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 2
Dennis, Mrs. ErnestLadies club met thereRCRMarch 9, 1916Page 8Column 4
Dennison, ArtHelping store iceRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 8Column 2
Dennison, CharlieAbsent from schoolRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 1Column 5
Dennison, CharlieWorked for S. BlairRCRSeptember19, 1918Page 4Column 4
Dennison, Mrs.Niece visitingRCROctober 7, 1915Page 4Column 1
DentistDr. Wm. N. YeagerRCRApril 24, 193Page 5Column 1
DentistDr. Wm. N. YeagerRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 5Column 1
DentistDr. Wm. N. YeagerRCROctober 7, 1915Page 5Column 2
DentistDr. Wm. N. YeagerRCRDecember 30, 1915Page 5Column 2
DentistDr. Wm. N. YeagerRCRJanuary 6, 1916Page 5Column 2
DentistDr. Wm. N. YeagerRCRJanuary 13, 1916Page 5Column 2
DentistDr. Wm. N. YeagerRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 5Column 2
DentistDr. Wm. N. YeagerRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 5Column 4
DentistDr. Wm. N. YeagerRCRFebruary 10, 1916Page 5Column 5
Depell, Mr.Here from IllinoisHTOctober 9, 1919Page 4Column 2
Derr, Mrs. C. D.Visiting from AllenHTAugust 2, 1917Page 8Column 4
Derr, J. A.Home from OmerRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 4Column 4
Dersnah, Seymour GlassArmy draftHTJuly 26, 1917Page 1Column 3
Dersnah, Seymour GlassCall to serviceHTAugust 2, 1917Page 1Column 3
Detroit & MackinacRailway scheduleRCRApril 24, 1913Page 5Column 1
Detroit & MackinacRailway scheduleRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 5Column 1
Detroit & Mackinaw RailroadRose City adRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 8Column 1
Detzler, Mr. & Mrs. FrankVisited at SchicksRCRMarch 9, 1916Page 8Column 2
Detzler, WilliamHas lagrippeRCRMarch 9, 1916Page 8Column 2
Devine, EvelynVisiting in WhittemoreHTMay 25, 1922Page 12Column 2
Devine, Mr. & Mrs. JohnVisiting in WhittemoreHTMay 25, 1922Page 12Column 2
Dewey, Mr. & Mrs. BertStewarts visitingHTMay 25, 1922Page 9Column 6
Dewey, H. H.Moved to Polmanteer houseRCRNovember 4, 1920Page 2Column 3
Dewitt, Geo.In town from MorristownHTMay 25, 1922Page 9Column 4
Dewitt, Mrs. Geo.Visiting from MorristownHTMay 25, 1922Page 12Column 1
Dewitt, GeorgeOver from CadillacHTMay 25, 1922Page 9Column 6
Deyarmond, G.Basketball teamRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 1Column 6
Deyo, E.Lost a cowRCRMarch 9, 1916Page 8Column 3
Deyo, Mr. & Mrs. E.In Tawas last weekRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 1
Deyo, Mrs. E.Recovering from lagrippeRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 8Column 1
Deyo, EdgbertDined with NichollsRCRApril 24, 1913Page 8Column 1
Deyo, EgbertFeeling betterRCRJanuary 6, 1916Page 8Column 2
Deyo HotelChrivias living thereRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 1
Deyo, Mr.Putting up iceRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 1
Deyo, Mrs.Missionary Society metRCRApril 24, 1913Page 8Column 1
Dick, Mr.Read poemHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 4Column 1
Dick, Mrs. J. P.Red Cross memberHTJuly 26, 1917Page 1Column 5
Dick, Sup't. J. P.Chautauqua ticketsHTJuly 26, 1917Page 3Column 5
Dick, Sup't. J. P.Chautauqua ticketsHTAugust 2, 1917Page 2Column 1
Dickinson, DonaldBought Church farmHTMay 25, 1922Page 12Column 3
Diebold, BuellHit by baseballHTMay 25, 1922Page 1Column 4
Diebold, Emma W.Real estate transferRCRApril 24, 1913Page 4Column 4
Diebold, F. A.Sold a carHTMay 25, 1922Page 7Column 3
Diebold, Geo. J.Attended meeting in SaginawHTAugust 2, 1917Page 5Column 4
Diebold, Geo. J.Wool DealerHTMay 25, 1922Page 3Column 1
Diebold, Mr. & Mrs. Geo. J.Returned from tripHTAugust 2, 1917Page 5Column 1
Diebold, George Jr.Probate hearingHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 3Column 4
Diebold, George Sr.Probate hearingHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 3Column 4
Diebold, JohnBroke his legRCRFebruary 3, 1916Page 1Column 3
Diebold, JohnOgemaw Shippers Assoc. managerHTMay 25, 1922Page 5Column 5
Diebold, John G.Supervisors proceedingsRCRUnknownPage 1Column 3
Diebold, Mr.Baseball GameHTMay 25, 1922Page 6Column 3
Diehl, Dr.At ChautauquaHTJuly 26, 1917Page 1Column 4
Diehl, Dr. W. W.Speaking at picnicHTAugust 2, 1917Page 8Column 3
Diekma, G. J.Candidate for GovernorRCRJanuary 6, 1916Page 4Column 2
Dietz, ClarenceHas whooping coughRCRFebruary 10, 1916Page 1Column 4
Dietz, MarieHas whooping coughRCRFebruary 10, 1916Page 1Column 4
Dietz, Mr. & Mrs. NickH. Craft visitedRCRMarch 9, 1916Page 8Column 2
Dillenbeck, Lloyd WilliamArmy draftHTJuly 26, 1917Page 1Column 3
Dillenbeck, Lloyd WilliamCall to serviceHTAugust 2, 1917Page 1Column 2
Dillenbeck, Watson M.Mortgage saleRCRNovember 4, 1920Page 3Column 3
Dillon, Jas. E.East Tawas masonRCRMarch 9, 1916Page 4Column 5
Dimmick, J. G.Iosco fair treasurerRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 8Column 4
Dixon, R. J.Went to Tawas CityRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 3
Dixon, R. J.Registered 26 belowRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 3
Dixon, R. J.Gave gold cuff buttonsHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 2
Dixon, R. J.Planned partyRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 3
Dixon, Mr. & Mrs. R. J.Won card gamesRCRJanuary 6, 1916Page 8Column 2
Dixon, Mrs. R. J.Pedro winnerRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 4Column 4
Dixon, Mrs. R. J.Pedro winnerHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 2
Doane, Mr. & Mrs.Living in WashingtonRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 4Column 4
Doane, OliverVisited sisterRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 4Column 4
Dobson, ChesterCall to serviceHTAugust 2, 1916Page 1Column 3
Dobson, Mr. & Mrs. DaveLindley engagementRCRNovember 4, 1920Page 1Column 5
Dobson, FloydCame homeRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 8Column 4
Dobson, Mr. & Mrs. FloydAttended Sunday servicesRCRFebruary 10, 1916Page 8Column 2
Dobson, HenryVisiting in LuptonRCRSeptember 11, 1913Page 1Column 5
Dobson, J. K.Daughter visitingRCROctober 7, 1915Page 8Column 2
Dobson, J. K.Returned from OhioRCRJanuary 13, 1916Page 8Column 2
Dobson, J. K.In Rose CityRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 8Column 1
Dodds, HarrisonSupervisors proceedingsRCRUnknown, 1921Page 1Column 3
Dodds, Mr. & Mrs. HarrisonVisiting ParliamentsRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 8Column 2
Dodds, Mr. & Mrs. HarrisonVisited Mr. MooreRCRMarch 9, 1916Page 8Column 3
Doherty, JohnLand TransferHTMay 25, 1922Page 3Column 1
Doherty, LethaWent to RenoRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 8Column 2
Dolezel, E. J.Accompanied teamRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 1Column 6
Dolly, Mrs. FloydElopementRCRJanuary 13, 1916Page 1Column 1
Dolph, ClarenceGrange overseerRCRJanuary 13, 1916Page 1Column 2
Donovan, Mr. & Mrs GarfieldReturned to St. Louis, MissouriHTAugust 2, 1917Page 5Column 3
Donovan, George L.Running for supervisorHTJuly 24, 1916Page 5Column 1
Donovan, Mrs. L. B.Son visitedHTAugust 2, 1917Page 5Column 3
Donovan, Mrs. T.Guest at Hotel MonaghanRCROctober 7, 1915Page 4Column 1
Dorset, Mrs. MinnieMarriage annulmentRCRFebruary 3, 1916Page 1Column 6
Dosey, Mr.Having stumps removedRCROctober 7, 1915Page 8Column 2
Dotson, MaryReturned homeRCRJanuary 6, 1916Page 8Column 2
Dougherty, Everett E.Store burnedRCRJanuary 6, 1916Page 1Column 1
Dougherty, Mr.Visiting daughterRCRSeptember 19, 1918Page 4Column 4
Dovecott, JennieMarriageRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 5Column 4
Downing, Dr. & Mrs.Visited at Ewell'sHTMay 25, 1922Page 12Column 3
Doyle, Mr.Baseball gameHTMay 25, 1922Page 6Column 1
Doyle, Mr.Baseball GameHTMay 25, 1922Page 6Column 2
Doyle, Mr.Baseball GameHTMay 25, 1922Page 6Column 3
Doyle, Mr.Pinch HitterHTMay 25, 1922Page 6Column 4
Drake, A. J.Having auction saleHTSeptember 25, 1919Page 1Column 6
Drenberg, GladysIs very illRCRAugust 18, 1921Page 1Column 6
Drenberg, HermanDaughter is illRCRAugust 18, 1921Page 1Column 6
Dubay, Mr. & Mrs. HenryDaughter swallowed keroseneRCROctober 7, 1915Page 1Column 2
Dubay, VirginiaSwallowed keroseneRCROctober 7, 1915Page 1Column 2
Ducap, Mrs. FredSister Grace visitingRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 8Column 2
Dumas, AliceNew in kindergartenRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 1Column 5
Dumas, AliceHas whooping coughRCRFebruary 10, 1916Page 1Column 4
Dumas, ArthurIn second grammar roomRCRFebruary 3, 1916Page 1Column 2
Dumas, GeraldNew student in schoolRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 1Column 6
Dumas, KennethNew boy in 5th gradeRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 1Column 6
Dumas, LeonaSeriously illRCRFebruary 3, 1916Page 8Column 4
Dumas, ThurmanNew boy in 7th gradeRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 1Column 6
Dumas, VirgilNew student in schoolRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 1Column 6
Dumas, Wm.Moving to Cumming farmRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 8Column 2
Dumham, Wesley (sic)Visited family in TurnerHTMay 25, 1922Page 12Column 3
Dunham, AngusPurchased tractor & carHTMay 25, 1922Page 9Column 4
Dunham, AngusPurchased a car & tractorHTMay 25, 1922Page 12Column 3
Dunham, OrmelWent to New YorkRCRFebruary 3, 1916Page 8Column 4
Dunk, Mr. & Mrs. DavidMoved to Weir buildingHTMay 25, 1922Page 7Column 1
Dunlap, A. L.Butternut FarmsRCRApril 24, 1913Page 8Column 1
Dunlap, A. L.Receiving taxes at bankRCRDecember 30, 1915Page 4Column 1
Dunlap, A. L.Holstein cows for saleRCRJanuary 13, 1916Page 4Column 1
Dunlap, A. L.In town as tax collectorRCRJanuary 13, 1916Page 4Column 2
Dunlap, A. L.Two cows for saleRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 4Column 2
Dunlap, A. L.Cow for saleRCRJanuary 20,1916Page 4Column 3
Dunlap, A. L.In town from LuptonRCRFebruary 3, 1916Page 4Column 3
Dunlap, A. L.Receiving taxesRCRFebruary 17, 1916Page 4Column 1
Dunlap, A. L.Receiving taxesRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 4Column 1
Dunlap, A. L.Over from LuptonRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 2
Dunlap, A. L.Collecting taxes in Rose CityRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 2
Dunlap, A. L.Visiting in OhioRCRAugust 18, 1921Page 1Column 5
Dunlap, Mr. & Mrs. A. L.Son visiting from IndianaRCRAugust 18, 1921Page 1Column 5
Dunlap, Mrs. LawrenceCalling on friendsRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 8Column 1
Dunlap, Mrs.Annabel Welch working forRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 2
Dunlap, PaulSpoke at conventionRCRJanuary 27, 1916Page 8Column 1
Dunlap, PaulVisiting parentsRCRAugust 18, 1921Page 1Column 5
Dunn, R. J.Here from AlgerRCRJanuary 20, 1916Page 4Column 2
Durfee, Chas.School officerHTSeptember 25, 1919Page 1Column 6
Dutko, MissAt party from Maple ValleyHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 8Column 3
Dyer, C.Basketball playerHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 4Column 2
Dyer, HenryPutting up iceHTFebruary 24, 1916Page 5Column 4
Dyer, HenryPutting up iceRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 8Column 1
Dykema, PearceIn Bay City & SaginawRCRJuly 2, 1914Page 1Column 1
Dystant, JohnConducting servicesRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 4Column 1
Dystant, Rev. JohnHolding servicesRCRFebruary 17, 1916Page 1Column 1
Dystant, Rev. JohnPreaching at LuptonRCRFebruary 24, 1916Page 4Column 3
Dystant, Rev. JohnGave M. E. sermonsRCRMarch 2, 1916Page 4Column 1

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