OGEMAW COUNTY, MICHIGAN

OGEMAW COUNTY NEWSPAPERS, 1886-1910


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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 1886-1910 era. This index has been compiled by Grace Dooley
Copies may be obtained from
Rose City Area Historical Society, Post Office Box 736, Rose City, Michigan 48654


Name
Event
Paper
Date
Page
Column
Abbott, AustinVillage TrusteeWBTNovember 4, 1887Page 1Column 2
Abbott, AustinHotelWBTMay 24, 1889Page 1Column 4
Abbott, AustinPortraitWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 11Column 5
Abbott, AustinFirst business blockWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 11Column 5
Abbott, AustinBuilt Phoenix HouseWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 11Column 5
Abbott, AustinFather of CharlesWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 11Column 5
Abbott, C. S.Attorney in DetroitORFebruary 15, 1901Page 5Column 1
Abbott, Mrs. C. S.Mrs. Redson visitingORFebruary 15, 1901Page 5Column 1
Abbott, Mr. & Mrs. CharlesGuests of Miss LawlerORDecember 16, 1898Page 1Column 3
Abbott, Charles S.Phoenix House ManagerWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 11Column 5
Abbott, Charlie16th BirthdayWBTNovember 4, 1887Page 1Column 4
Abbott & Bros.Driving Gloves AdWBTMay 24, 1889Page 1Column 3
Abbott & Bros.Phoenix House ProprietorsWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 9Column 3
Abbott & Bros.Dry GoodsWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 11Column 5
Abbott BrothersPhoenix HouseHTMay 1, 1891Page 2Column 6
Abbott, H. K.Visiting in LapeerHTMay 1, 1891Page 1Column 3
Abbott, Henry K.PortraitWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 11Column 5
Abbott, Henry K.Phoenix House ProprietorWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 11Column 5
Abbott, LeviFishingRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 8Column 2
Abbott, Mrs. Merrie L.Prosecuting AttorneyORDecember 16, 1898Page 1Column 2
Abbott & AbbottFarm for rentORFebruary 15, 1901Page 8Column 4
Abbott & MooreBazaarWBTNovember 4, 1887Page 4Column 3
Abbott & MooreAccount BooksWBTMay 24, 1889Page 2Column 5
Abbott, Mrs.Millinery GoodsWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 11Column 5
Abbott, Mrs.MillineryHTMay 1, 1891Page 1Column 2
Abbott, Mrs.Millinery Store AdORApril 22, 1897Page 3Column 3
Abbott's Millinery ParlorsMillinery AdORDecember 16, 1898Page 1Column 4
Acker, L. R.BurnedWBTMay 24, 1889Page 7Column 2
Adams, C. L.PastorWBTNovember 4, 1887Page 1Column 2
Adams, C. L.ReverendWBTNovember 4, 1887Page 4Column 2
Adams, C. L.Thank YouWBTNovember 4, 1887Page 4Column 2
Adams, EmalineDivorceRCROctober 24, 1907Page 1Column 5
Adams, Emma C.Thank YouWBTNovember 4, 1887Page 4Column 2
Adams, IsaacDivorceRCROctober 24, 1907Page 1Column 5
Adams, Mr.Called LocallyRCROctober 24, 1907Page 1Column 6
Adams, Mrs. T.Has VisitorsRCROctober 24, 1907Page 1Column 4
Aeno, Mrs. EdIn HaleRCROctober 24, 1907Page 1Column 6
Airs, MaryMarriageWBTNovember 4, 1887Page 1Column 6
Alger, Gen.Bought landWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 5Column 1
Alger, Gen.Nomination for PresidentHTMay 1, 1891Page 2Column 3
Alger, Gen. R. A.PhotographHTIndust. 1889Page 1Column 1
Alger, Russell A.Statue DedicatedRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 2Column 5
Allen, Abbie C. C.DivorceRCROctober 24, 1907Page 1Column 5
Allen, AdaDivorceRCROctober 24, 1907Page 1Column 5
Allen, JayWon $10HTMay 1, 1891Page 1Column 4
Allen, JayEditor & PublisherHTMay 1, 1891Page 2Column 3
Allen, JayPublisherHTMay 1, 1891Page 6Column 1
Allen, Joseph H.State DeathHTMay 1, 1891Page 5Column 3
Allen, MartinDivorceRCROctober 24, 1907Page 1Column 5
Allen, Robert G.DivorceRCROctober 24, 1907Page 1Column 5
Allen, Robert Jr.Drove to West BranchRCRDecember 8, 1910Page 8Column 2
Allen, Sarah E.National DeathWBTMay 24, 1889Page 7Column 4
Allouez, ClaudeExplored MichiganHTIndustrial, 1889Page 1Column 1
American HotelW. E. Tolman, Prop.WBTIndustrial, 1889Page 6Column 1
American HotelPhoto ofWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 6Column 3
Ames, Mrs.Entertaining Ladies AidRCROctober 24, 1907Page 1Column 2
Ammond, Dr. H. M.CoronerORApril 22, 1897Page 2Column 5
Ammond, JerryFarm in Cumming Twp.WBTIndustrial, 1889Page 7Column 3
Ammond, JerryHad OutingRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 8Column 5
Anderson, ElmiraPassed Teacher's ExamRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 1Column 3
Anderson, GeorgeVisiting SisterRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 8Column 3
Anderson, GraceVisited Mary LoopRCRDecember 8, 1910Page 8Column 3
Anderson, IdahRehearsed DramaORFebruary 15, 1901Page 5 Column 3
Anderson, JohnLogan ResidentWBTNovember 4, 1887Page 4Column 1
Anderson, MatthewAttempted MurderWBTMay 24, 1889Page 7Column 2
Andrews, Mrs. Dr.LectureWBTNovember 4, 1887Page 8Column 2
Andrus, EmmaDiedHTMay 1, 1891Page 1Column 4
Andrus, FrankIn West BranchRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 8Column 3
Andrus, Mr. & Mrs. FrankMoved to PennsylvaniaORApril 22, 1897Page 3Column 3
Andrus, Mrs. FrankReturned from Rose CityRCRDecember 8, 1910Page 1Column 5
Andrus, IcaAttended church in LoomisRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 1Column 5
Andrus, J. K.Daughter diedHTMay 1, 1891Page 1Column 4
Andrus, Mr. & Mrs. J. K.BereavementHTMay 1, 1891Page 8Column 2
Andrus, Jas. K.Daughter diedHTMay 1, 1891Page 1Column 4
Andrus, LewIn HaleRCRDecember 8, 1910Page 1Column 5
Angell, Alexis C.ChosenHTMay 1, 1891Page 5Column 2
Angers, DeputyDemerest missingORFebruary 15, 1901Page 1Column 3
Anker, JamesLetter at Post OfficeRCRMay 26, 1905Page 4Column 1
Anker, SamuelQuit TitleRCROctober 24, 1907Page 1Column 5
Ann Arbor Savings BankMortgage SaleORApril 22, 1897Page 1Column 1
Anspach, AllenCame Home From FlintRCRDecember 8, 1910Page 8Column 3
Arbor Day CelebrationAt SchoolORApril 22, 1897Page 3Column 1
Arbuckle's MillBurnedHTMay 1, 1891Page 5Column 2
Arden, TheodoreFarm east of West BranchWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 7Column 2
Arnberg, JamesRichland farmerWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 8Column 6
Arnot, J. A.National DeathWBTMay 24, 1889Page 7Column 4
Arthur, Amelia C.Mortgage SaleORApril 22, 1897Page 1Column 1
Arthur, F. B.Poor Farm BoardHTFebruary 12, 1909Page 8Column 4
Arthur, F. B.Lost PigRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 1Column 1
Arthur, F. B.In TwiningRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 1Column 2
Arthur, F. B.Meat Market AdRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 4Column 6
Arthur, F. B.Meat Market AdRCRDecember 8, 1910Page 4Column 6
Arthur, Mrs. F. B.Father IllRCRDecember 8, 1910Page 1Column 2
Arthur, Frank B.Meat MarketRCRMay 26, 1905Page 4Column 5
Arthur, Saurin M.Mortgage SaleORApril 22, 1897Page 1Column 1
Arthur's Meat MarketOyster AdRCRDecember 8, 1910Page 1Column 2
Ash, HenryWent to West BranchRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 8Column 4
Ash, JohnWent to West BranchRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 8Column 4
Astor, Mrs.Society leaderHTMay 1, 1891Page 8Column 2
Atherton FamilyFood from poor boardHTFebruary 12, 1909Page 8Column 4
Atherton, GeneSuperior Well DrillerRCRMay 26, 1905Page 1Column 2
Atherton, GeneLeft on Hunting TripRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 1Column 3
Austin, C. L.Rathbone LodgeORApril 22, 1897Page 2Column 5
Austin, C. L.Stage DirectorORFebruary 15, 1901Page 5Column 3
Austin, C. L.Republican DelegateHTFebruary 12, 1909Page 2Column 2
Austin, Mr. & Mrs. C. L.Attended play in Bay CityHTFebruary 12, 1909Page 3Column 3
Austin, StenographerAttended Gladwin CourtORFebruary 15, 1901Page 5Column 1
Austin, StenographerIn TownRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 1Column 2
Austin, WalterLawsuit DismissedHTFebruary 12, 1909Page 3Column 3
Avery, Mrs. M.Brother VisitingRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 8Column 3
Axworthy, HarryState DeathWBTMay 24, 1889Page 7Column 3
Ayer, Dr. J. C. & Co.AdvertisementHTMay 1, 1891Page 8Column 3
Babcock, LloydIn Rose CityRCROctober 24, 1907Page 1Column 1
Babcock, LloydVisiting FriendsRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 1Column 1
Babcock, R. A.West Branch L.O.L.ORApril 22, 1897Page 2Column 5
Babcock, R. A.G.A.R. Post-Q.M.ORApril 22, 1897Page 2Column 5
Babcock, R. A.West Branch AuctioneerHTFebruary 12, 1909Page 2Column 1
Babcock, R. A.Richards' visitingHTFebruary 12, 1909Page 3Column 2
Bachelor, NelsonFound pocket bookHTFebruary 12, 1909Page 3Column 1
Badour, AngusOwns lot in Ogemaw SpringsWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 8Column 6
Badour, Mrs. AngusOgemaw Springs PostmistressWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 8Column 6
Badour, Mrs. AngusOgemaw Springs General StoreWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 8Column 6
Bagley & WallaceLibel SuitWBTMay 24, 1889Page 1Column 6
Bagley, Wallace & Co.Tailoring EstablishmenWBTMay 24, 1889Page 2Column 1
Bagley, Wallace & Co.Apprentices WantedWBTMay 24, 1889Page 2Column 4
Bagley, WilliamIn WatersWBTMay 24, 1889Page 1Column 4
Bailer, EdmundDrawing WoodRCROctober 24, 1907Page 1Column 4
Bailer, HannaClerking at Big StoreRCROctober 24, 1907Page 1Column 1
Bailer, MissMaggie Larmer VisitingRCROctober 24, 1907Page 1Column 1
Baillargeou, Mrs. J.Entertained Pedro ClubRCRMay 26, 1905Page 1Column 2
Baillergeon, Mrs. J.Went to Bay CityRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 1Column 1
Baker, Chas.Beaver Lake SupervisorORApril 22, 1897Page 2Column 5
Baker, Oscar W.Appointed CommissionerRCRDecember 8, 1910Page 1Column 3
Baker, Thos.Supt./Chase SchoolORApril 22, 1897Page 2Column 3
BallantineClerkOCTDecember 31, 1886Page 4Column 4
Ballantine, T. W.West Branch School TrusteeWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 9Column 2
Ballantine, Mrs. T. W.Visiting PiperWBTMay 24, 1889Page 1Column 4
Ballantine, Thomas W.County ClerkWBTNovember 4, 1887Page 1Column 2
Ballantine, Thomas W.Village TreasurerWBTNovember 4, 1887Page 1Column 2
Ballantine, Supervisor Thos. W.MinutesWBTNovember 4, 1887Page 7Column 1
Ballantine, Thos. W.County Clerk-PhotoWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 2Column 6
Ballantine, Thos. W.Clerk-West Branch HotelWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 2Column 6
Ballard, Mrs. GeorgeVisited HaleRCRDecember 8, 1910Page 8Column 3
Ballard, HaroldVisited HaleRCRDecember 8, 1910Page 8Column 3
Ballard, NevaVisited HaleRCRDecember 8, 1910Page 8Column 3
Ballard, Thos.Farmers MeetingRCRDecember 8, 1910Page 1Column 5
Banta, J. B.Daughter drownedHTMay 1, 1891Page 5Column 2
BarberW. I. PerkinsRCRMay 26, 1905Page 4Column 6
Barber ShopPerkinsRCRMay 26, 1905Page 4Column 6
Barber, MarietteEjectment ChargeRCROctober 24, 1907Page 1Column 5
Barber RestaurantMrs. C. L. BarberRCRMay 26, 1905Page 4Column 2
Barber, Wm.Ejectment ChargeRCROctober 24, 1907Page 1Column 5
Barbour, L. L.University Regent RaceORApril 22, 1897Page 2Column 2
Barnes, JudgeGranted DivorceRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 2Column 2
Barnes, PatSaves Drowning BoyRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 2Column 5
Barrenger, Mr.Raised BarnRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 1Column 5
Barrenger, WillReturned from West BranchRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 8Column 3
Barringer, MargaretVisiting in KalamazooRCRDecember 8, 1910Page 8Column 2
Barringer, Mrs.Lawsuit vs. Mrs. BowenHTFebruary 12, 1909Page 8Column 3
Barringer, Mrs. WillVisiting in KalamazooRCRDecember 8, 1910Page 8Column 2
Barrington & MiddletonSawing LumberRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 8Column 5
Bartell, Mr.Called LocallyRCROctober 24, 1907Page 1Column 6
Bassett, AlbertDrove to Beaver LakeWBTMay 24, 1889Page 3Column 3
Batdorf, J.Farm near ChurchillWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 8Column 2
Bates, H. E.Visiting DaughterRCRDecember 8, 1910Page 1Column 1
Bates, Mrs. W. A.Death of Mrs. MockWBTMay 24, 1889Page 2Column 3
Bates, WalterNational DeathWBTMay 24, 1889Page 7Column 5
Bates, Mr. & Mrs. Wm.Went to West BranchRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 8Column 3
Bay City Camp MeetingAt Peach LakeWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 7Column 1
Beach BrothersOwners of Grist MillORApril 22, 1897Page 3Column 3
Beach BrothersOwners of Grist MillORApril 22, 1897Page 3Column 4
Beale, Rev. Mr.ResignedHTMay 1, 1891Page 5Column 2
Bean, H. W.Liniment AdHTMay 1, 1891Page 8Column 3
Beaver LakeHistoryWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 6Column 1
Beaver Lake DoctorDr. H. B. KiehleWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 6Column 3
Beaver Lake DruggistChauncey M. HoweWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 6Column 3
Beaver Lake HotelMrs. C. E. Place, Prop.WBTIndustrial, 1889Page 6Column 1
Beaver Lake HotelPicture ofWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 6Column 1
Beaver Lake HotelAmerican/Picture ofWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 6Column 3
Beaver Lake R. R. AgentW.A.G. FlynnWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 6Column 3
Beaver Lake StoreDavison Bros.WBTIndustrial, 1889Page 6Column 2
Beaver Lake StoreFred L. Davison, ManagerWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 6Column 2
Beaver Lake StoreHowes/Picture ofWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 6Column 5
Bechraft, Mrs. J.Visited her daughterRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 8Column 2
Bechraft, MissAttended Teacher's Assoc.RCRNovember 4, 1909Page 8Column 1
Bechraft, Mr.Loading TiesRCRDecember 8, 1910Page 8Column 1
Beck, AndrewDrawing HayRCROctober 24, 1907Page 1Column 4
Beck, AndrewHouse BurnedRCRDecember 8, 1910Page 1Column 3
Beck, Mrs. AndrewHas VisitorRCROctober 24, 1907Page 1Column 4
Beck, Mrs. AndrewVisiting in West BranchRCROctober 24, 1907Page 1Column 4
Beck, EnosFarm in Cumming Twp.WBTIndustrial, 1889Page 7Column 3
Beck, MikeMrs. Roll VisitingRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 8Column 3
Beck, MikeMrs. Miller visitingRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 8Column 3
Beck, Mrs.CropsWBTMay 24, 1889Page 3Column 2
Beck, Mrs.Mrs. Graybill visitingRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 8Column 4
Becker, Sherburne M.Back from Canal ZoneRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 2Column 2
Bedell, Jas.Visiting UncleRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 1Column 2
Bedtelyon BrothersPlanted PotatoesRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 5Column 1
Bedtelyon, GlenTrip to West BranchRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 5Column 1
Bedtelyon, Mr. & Mrs. GlenSon BornRCRDecember 8, 1910Page 1Column 6
Bedtelyon, JohnVisited in Genesee CountyORFebruary 15, 1901Page 5Column 4
Beebe, FrankTrain MotormanRCRMay 26, 1905Page 2Column 2
Beeby, Dr.Purchased houseHTFebruary 12, 1909Page 2Column 2
Beeby, Dr.Spoke to Medical AssociationRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 1Column 2
Beeby, R. J.West Branch doctorHTFebruary 12, 1909Page 2Column 1
Beechraft, AdeliaPassed Teacher's ExamRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 1Column 3
Beecher TrialMrs. Tilton DeadORApril 22, 1897Page 4Column 1
Belden, Mr. & Mrs. Chas. D.GreenhouseHTMay 1, 1891Page 1Column 2
Belden HillBarn RaisingORApril 22, 1897Page 2Column 1
Belden, Mrs. J. F.Hayes WeddingWBTNovember 4, 1887Page 4Column 2
Belden, Mrs. J. F.Raising flower seedsWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 3Column 1
Belden, S. G.South Branch GrangeRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 1Column 5
Belding, Mrs. O. A.Visited Mrs. MartindaleRCRDecember 8, 1910Page 8Column 2
Bell, BruceLost DogRCRDecember 8, 1910Page 1Column 1
Bell, Mrs. C. L.Parents VisitingRCRDecember 8, 1910Page 1Column 1
Bell, Mr. & Mrs. Chas.Went to Houghton LakeRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 1Column 1
Bell, Chas. L.Rose City Bank CashierRCRMay 26, 1905Page 1Column 5
Bell, Chas. L.Rose City Bank CashierRCRNovember 4, 1908Page 8Column 5
Bell, Chas. L.Rose City Bank CashierRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 8Column 5
Bell, Chas. L.Rose City Bank CashierRCRDecember 8, 1910Page 8Column 5
Bell, F. G.Secretary-F&AMWBTMay 24, 1889Page 1Column 2
Bell, F. G.Secretary-F&AMHTMay 1, 1891Page 2Column 6
Bell, F. G.In South BranchRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 1Column 3
Bell, F. G.In TownRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 1Column 5
Bell, Frank G.On Poor BoardWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 3Column 3
Bell, Frank G.Sick with the GripORApril 22, 1897Page 3Column 3
Bell, Frank G.Hardware Store AdORApril 22, 1897Page 4Column 4
Bell, Frank G.Hardware Store AdRCRMay 26, 1905Page 1Column 5
Bell, Frank G.General Hardware AdRCROctober 24, 1907Page 2Column 4
Bell, Frank G.Embalmer AdRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 5Column 1
Bell, Frank G.Hunt License at his storeRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 1Column 2
Bell, Frank G.R. C. EmbalmerRCRDecember 8, 1910Page 5Column 1
Bell, JohnRose City Bank PresidentRCRMay 26, 1905Page 1Column 5
Bell, JohnRose City Bank PresidentRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 8Column 5
Bell, JohnRose City Bank PresidentRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 8Column 5
Bell, JohnRose City Bank PresidentRCRDecember 8, 1910Page 8Column 5
Bell, RobertBarn Damaged by WindRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 5Column 1
Bell, WillProspecting up NorthRCRMay 26, 1905Page 1Column 2
Bell, William J.InsuranceRCRMay 26, 1905Page 4Column 4
Bell, Wm. J.Rose City Bank CashierRCRMay 26, 1905Page 1Column 5
Bell, Wm. J.Bell Hardware AdRCRMay 26, 1905Page 1Column 5
Bell, Wm. J.Rose City ClerkRCRMay 26, 1905Page 8Column 1
Bell, Wm. J.Rose City Bank CashierRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 8Column 5
Bell, Wm. J.Rose City Bank CashierRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 8Column 5
Bell, Wm. J.Rose City Bank CashierRCRDecember 8, 1910Page 8Column 5
Bell's HardwareBuilder's Hardware AdRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 1Column 1
Bell's StoreFlat Iron AdRCRDecember 8, 1910Page 1Column 2
Bemis, HerbRenting Sutton FarmRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 8Column 4
Benaway, ElsieWent to MunisingORApril 22, 1897Page 4Column 1
Benaway, Mrs. L.Went to MunisingORApril 22, 1897Page 4Column 1
Benaway, LewisBought BusinessWBTMay 24, 1889Page 1Column 3
Benaway, LouisBought shoe businessWBTMay 24, 1889Page 1Column 4
Bendie, J. T.Elected-State NewsWBTMay 24, 1889Page 7Column 3
Beneway, LouisAssistant-Fire CompanyHTMay 1, 1891Page 1Column 5
Benhayhon, HenrySuicide in CaliforniaWBTNovember 4, 1887Page 2Column 6
Benjamin, AbeHas New CampRCROctober 24, 1907Page 1Column 7
Benjamin, AnnaGrange No 1108RCRDecember 8, 1910Page 1Column 3
Benjamin, BertVisited in LuptonRCRDecember 8, 1910Page 1Column 5
Benjamin, Bert (Mr. & Mrs.)Visiting ParentsRCRDecember 8, 1910Page 1Column 5
Benjamin, D. W.Farm in Churchill Twp.WBTIndustrial, 1889Page 7Column 4
Benjamin, D. W.Churchill SupervisorWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 7Column 4
Benjamin, D. W.Cumming SupervisorORApril 22, 1897Page 2Column 5
Benjamin, D. W.(Sheriff)In PrescottORFebruary 15, 1901Page 5Column 4
Benjamin, D. W. (Mr. & Mrs.)Visiting ParentsRCRDecember 8, 1910Page 1Column 1
Benjamin, D. W. & SonGrocery AdRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 5Column 5
Benjamin, D. W. & SonShoops Health Cure AdRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 8Column 4
Benjamin, DanFishingORApril 22, 1897Page 3Column 1
Benjamin, Daniel W.Churchill Twp. SupervisorWBTNovember 4, 1887Page 1Column 2
Benjamin, Daniel W.Probate RecordRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 4Column 5
Benjamin, J. E.Son BornRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 5Column 1
Benjamin, J. W.Went to FlintRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 8Column 3
Benjamin, LigeMoved back to farmRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 8Column 4
Benjamin, LigeTrappingRCRDecember 8, 1910Page 1Column 6
Benjamin, MayReceived CertificateHTMay 1, 1891Page 1Column 4
Benjamin, Mrs.Has VisitorRCROctober 24, 1907Page 1Column 7
Benjamin, Richard L.Probate RecordRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 4Column 5
Benjamin, SheriffMoved to County ResidenceORFebruary 15, 1901Page 5Column 1
Benjamin, SupervisorMinutesWBTNovember 4, 1887Page 7Column 1
Benjamin, W. C.Went to West BranchRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 8Column 3
Benjamin, Will (Mr. & Mrs.)At Wiltse'sRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 8Column 4
Bennett, B.School Commissioner's RaceORApril 22, 1897Page 2Column 2
Bennett, B.County School CommissionORApril 22, 1897Page 2Column 5
Bennett, B.W. B. School ExaminerORApril 22, 1897Page 2Column 5
Bennett, B.In CityRCROctober 24, 1907Page 1Column 2
Bennett, Mr.ExaminerHTMay 1, 1891Page 1Column 3
Bennett, Mr. & Mrs.In TownRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 8Column 3
Bennett, Mrs. B.Musical ConcertWBTMay 24, 1889Page 4Column 2
Bennett, Mrs. B.TeacherHTMay 1, 1891Page 1Column 4
Bennett, Prof. B.West Branch School PrincipalWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 9Column 2
Bennett, Prof. B.TeacherHTMay 1, 1891Page 1Column 4
Bennett, Prof. B.School ExaminerHTMay 1, 1891Page 1Column 5
Bennett, Chas.Has the GrippeORFebruary 15, 1901Page 5Column 4
Bennett, Chas.Helped ButcherRCRDecember 8, 1910Page 1Column 6
Bennett, E. P.Employed by Davison Bros.WBTIndustrial, 1889Page 6Column 3
Bennett, EvaFarmers MeetingRCRDecember 8, 1910Page 1Column 5
Bennett, Geo.West Branch AttorneyRCRDecember 8, 1910Page 5Column 1
Bennett, GeorgeWest Branch AttorneyRCRMay 26, 1905Page 4Column 5
Bennett, GeorgeGame Restriction PetitionHTFebruary 12, 1909Page 1Column 3
Bennett, L.Talked to 8th GradeHTFebruary 12, 1909Page 1Column 4
Bennett, Rev. T.E.Vernooy/Rose MarriageRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 1Column 6
Bennett, Wm.Logging BeeWBTMay 24, 1889Page 3Column 2
Bennett, Wm.ButcheredRCRDecember 8, 1910Page 1Column 6
Bennett, Mrs. Wm.Moving & SickWBYNovember 4, 1887Page 8Column 2
Bennett & MooreAttorneysRCROctober 24, 1907Page 1Column 5
Bennett & MooreWest Branch AttorneysHTFebruary 12, 1909Page 2Column 1
Bennett & MooreLawyer AdRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 5Column 1
Bennett & MooreLawyersRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 5Column 1
Bentley, Wm.Petition to log streetRCRMay 26, 1905Page 8Column 1
Bently, Wm.Farm near ChurchillWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 8Column 2
Benton, Lyman E.AdvertisementWBTNovember 4, 1887Page 1Column 1
Berdan, Mrs.Mrs. Hayes staying thereORApril 22, 1897Page 4Column 1
Berry, Mrs. A. D.Wrote ExamsRCROctober 24, 1907Page 1Column 6
Berry, W. C.Had VisitorsRCROctober 24, 1907Page 1Column 6
Berry, WillAdding Onto HouseRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 1Column 5
Betts & SonMoved MillRCRDecember 8, 1910Page 8Column 1
Biddle, E. F.Visiting Bushy LakeRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 8Column 2
Big StoreOpening SouvenirRCRDecember 8, 1910Page 1Column 1
Big StoreJas. Monaghan, Prop.RCRDecember 8, 1910Page 5Column 5
Bigelow, G. L.Visiting from East TawasRCRDecember 8, 1910Page 1Column 3
Bigelow, Mrs. G. L.Visiting ParentsRCRDecember 8, 1910Page 1Column 1
Bigelow, Geo.Went to TawasRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 1Column 2
Bigelow, Mrs.Cook at Benjamin CampRCROctober 24, 1907Page 1Column 7
Biggar, M. R.Physician & SurgeonORFebruary 15, 1901Page 4Column 1
Bilby, GirlBornRCROctober 24, 1907Page 1Column 6
Bilby, O. A.Moved from OnawayRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 8Column 3
Bilby, OscarMuch ImprovedRCROctober 24, 1907Page 1Column 6
Birdsall BrothersWest Branch Planing MillWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 10Column 4
Birdsall, HomerI.O.O.F.ORApril 22, 1897Page 2Column 5
Birdsall, IdaDaughters of RebekahORApril 22, 1897Page 2Column 5
Birdsall, LucileLeft for PrescottRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 1Column 2
Birdsall MillBought by Huston & Bell & ClineWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 10Column 4
Birdsall, OtisVillage ClerkWBTNovember 4, 1887Page 1Column 2
Birdsall, OtisVillage ClerkWBTMay 24, 1889Page 2Column 4
Birdsall, OtisMusical ConcertWBTMay 24, 1889Page 4Column 2
Black, ArchieHouse for SaleHTMay 1, 1891Page 1Column 2
Blackman, E. D.PreacherWBTNovember 4, 1887Page 8Column 2
Blackman, E. P.Richland farmerWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 8Column 6
BlacksmithJ. J. MillerRCRMay 26, 1905Page 4Column 6
Blacksmith in PrescottHector FlynnRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 8Column 2
Blacksmiths in West BranchHammond & ServerRCRMay 26, 1905Page 4Column 5
Blaine, Hon. James G.Not running for PresidentHTMay 1, 1891Page 2Column 3
Blaine, SecretaryRumorHTMay 1, 1891Page 5Column 6
Blair, HenryNot absent from schoolRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 8Column 3
Blair, Mr. & Mrs. SamHas VisitorsRCROctober 24, 1907Page 1Column 7
Blair, Sam Sr.Went to Horseshoe LakeRCROctober 24, 1907Page 1Column 7
Blair, SamanthaGrange No. 1108RCRDecember 8, 1910Page 1Column 3
Blakely, EthelCostume partyHTFebruary 12, 1909Page 2Column 3
Blanchar, BertWeeks cut wood for himRCRDecember 8, 1910Page 1Column 6
Blanchar, Mrs.Daytons VisitedRCRDecember 8, 1910Page 1Column 6
Blanchard, BudWent home from West BranchHTFebruary 12, 1909Page 3Column 2
Blancher, PhilipFarm in Churchill Twp.WBTIndustrial, 1889Page 7Column 4
Bliss, Mr.Visited Harris'RCRNovember 4, 1909Page 1Column 6
Blomfield, FrankPastorWBTNovember 4, 1887Page 1Column 2
Blood, Mr. & Mrs.Had visitorsHTFebruary 12, 1909Page 8Column 3
Blumenan, AaronVisiting WeinbergsRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 8Column 2
Blumenthal, B.New York StoreWBTMay 24, 1889Page 3Column 4
Blumenthal, B.PortraitWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 11Column 4
Blumenthal, B.New York Store Prop.WBTIndustrial, 1889Page 11Column 4
Blumenthal, B.New York StoreHTMay 1, 1891Page 1Column 1
Blumenthal, B.New York StoreORApril 22, 1897Page 4Column 3
Blumenthal, B.New York Store Adv.ORDecember 16, 1898Page 1Column 4
Blumenthal, B.Big Brick Store Adv.ORFebruary 15, 1901Page 5Column 5
Blumenthal, B.Store AdvertisementHTFebruary 12, 1909Page 3Column 5
Blumenthal, Mrs. B.Farmers MeetingRCRDecember 8, 1910Page 1Column 5
Blumenthal, BenNew York StoreWBTNovember 4, 1887Page 8Column 3
Blumenthal, DellaSecretary Library SocietyHTFebruary 12, 1909Page 1Column 4
Blumenthal, Mr.Recovers GoodsORApril 22, 1897Page 1Column 6
Blumenthal, PhilipChicago StoreWBTMay 24, 1889Page 4Column 3
Blumenthal, PhilipChicago StoreWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 11Column 5
Blumenthal, PhilipChicago Store AdHTMay 1, 1891Page 8Column 5
Blumenthal, PhilipChicago Store AdHTFebruary 12, 1909Page 8Column 4
Blumenthal, PhillipChicago StoreWBTNovember 4, 1887Page 7Column 4
Blumenthal, PhillipLibel SuitWBTMay 24, 1889Page 1Column 6
Blumenthal, SamuelPortraitWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 11Column 4
Blumenthal, SamuelNew York Store ClerkWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 11Column 5
Blundell, EliasFire Company VPHTMay 1, 1891Page 1Column 5
Blundell, EliasStreet CommissionerORApril 22, 1897Page 2Column 5
Bohnard, D.Farm in Horton Twp.WBTIndustrial, 1889Page 7Column 6
Boiler ExplosionOhioWBTNovember 4, 1887Page 2Column 5
Bokosky, EdmundEntertained Mrs. AbbottORDecember 16, 1898Page 1Column 3
Bokosky, JuliaHad GuestsORDecember 16, 1898Page 3Column 3
Bond, Chas. S.Asst Chief-Fire CompanyHTMay 1, 1891Page 1Column 5
Booth, Dr.Drug StoreWBTMay 24, 1889Page 1Column 3
Booth, Dr.In Bowtie Bldg.WBTMay 24, 1889Page 1Column 6
Booth, Dr. H. W.Drug StoreWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 11Column 6
Booth, H. W.Liniment AdHTMay 1, 1891Page 8Column 3
Booth, Henry W.Mortgage SaleORApril 22, 1897Page 1Column 1
Booth, Lorinda E.Morgage SaleORApril 22, 1897Page 1Column 1
Booth & SnodgrassMoved Bowtie Bldg.WBTMay 24, 1889Page 1Column 6
Booth-Snodgrass BlockFoster Snodgrass, OwnerWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 9Column 6
Borden, HannahHome for July 4thRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 8Column 2
Borden, HelenPassed Teacher's ExamRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 1Column 3
Boshaw, JohnFarm in Klacking Twp.WBTIndustrial, 1889Page 7Column 3
Boshaw, JohnG.A.R. Post CommanderWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 7Column 3
Boshaw, Mrs. RichardSickHTFebruary 12, 1909Page 8Column 2
Bourassa, AlbertI.O.F. SecretaryORApril 22, 1897Page 2Column 5
Bovee, AbramFarm in Mills Twp.WBTIndustrial, 1889Page 7Column 2
Bovee, Geo. A.Farm in Mills Twp.WBTIndustrial, 1889Page 7Column 2
Bowen, ArthurVisitedRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 8Column 2
Bowen, J. J.Mutual Life Ins.ORApril 22, 1897Page 3Column 2
Bowen, JayHad VisitorsRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 8Column 2
Bowen, Mr. & Mrs.VisitedRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 8Column 2
Bowen, Mrs.Lawsuit vs. Mrs. BarringerHTFebruary 12, 1909Page 8Column 3
Bowerfind, John J.KilledHTMay 1, 1891Page 5Column 2
Bowers, Mrs. J. MiltonMurdered in Calif.WBTNovember 4, 1887Page 2Column 6
Bowl FactoryRun by G. G. WilliamsWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 2Column 4
Bowl FactoryWest Branch ManufacturerWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 10Column 1
Bowman, Mrs.State DeathOCTDecember 31, 1886Page 2Column 2
Bowtie, WilliamIn Bay CityWBTMay 24, 1889Page 1Column 4
Boyce, JonathanLogs burned in MeredithHTMay 1, 1891Page 1Column 4
Boyd, W. F.State DeathWBTNovember 4, 1887Page 2Column 1
Brackenbury, Jas.Wife IllHTMay 1, 1891Page 1Column 3
Braden, ClarkDelivering AddressRCRMay 26, 1905Page 1Column 2
Bradley, ScottReturned from Genesee Co.RCRNovember 4, 1909Page 8Column 4
Bradley, ScottPut Down WellRCRDecember 8, 1910Page 1Column 6
Bradshaw, SanfordAdvertisementWBTNovember 4, 1887Page 1Column 1
Bradshaw, SanfordVillage TrusteeWBTNovember 4, 1887Page 1Column 2
Bradshaw, SanfordWest Branch HotelWBTMay 24, 1889Page 1Column 2
Bradshaw, SanfordPhotoWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 9Column 3
Bradshaw, SanfordOwns HotelWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 9Column 3
Bradshaw, SanfordOgemaw TreasurerWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 9Column 3
Bradshaw, SanfordVillage TrusteeWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 9Column 3
Brandenburg, BroughtonAcquittedRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 2Column 2
Bratt, Mrs. CalvinState DeathWBTNovember 4, 1887Page 2Column 1
Brick StoreB. Blumenthal AdORFebruary 15, 1901Page 5Column 5
Briggs, R. D.Returned from MasonHTMay 1, 1891Page 1Column 3
Brindley & WanglerClover HullerWBTNovember 4, 1887Page 8Column 2
Brint, BessieWent to Rose CityRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 8Column 3
Bristol, H. C.Attorney in LawsuitHTFebruary 12, 1909Page 8Column 3
Brock, A. H.Combination Store AdORFebruary 15, 1901Page 8Column 1
Brockway, Lewis H.DeathWBTNovember 4, 1887Page 4Column 2
Brockway, Louis H.Under SheriffWBTNovember 4, 1887Page 1Column 2
Brooks, H.Called on ColesRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 8Column 2
Brooks, Mrs. H.Camped at Devoe LakeRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 8Column 2
Brooks, H. F.Insurance CompanyWBTNovember 4, 1887Page 4Column 3
Brooks, H. F.Farm near ChurchillWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 8Column 2
Brooks, Hiram F.Bought Clover farmRCRMay 26, 1905Page 1Column 2
Brooks, S. A.Land ExchangeORFebruary 15, 1901Page 8Column 4
Brown, DeliaVisited with Matilda SawyerHTFebruary 12, 1909Page 8Column 3
Brown, Daniel W.Justice of PeaceWBTNovember 4, 1887Page 4Column 1
Brown, Mrs. FloydSister VisitedRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 1Column 5
Brown, H.Had VisitorRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 8Column 2
Brown, HarveyCalled on TwilligersRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 8Column 2
Brown, HarveyCutting WoodRCRDecember 8, 1910Page 1Column 5
Brown, Mrs. Jas.At HospitalHTFebruary 12, 1909Page 2Column 2
Brown, Mr.Hunting from PhiladelphiaRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 8Column 3
Brown, O.Visited H. BrownRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 8Column 2
Brown, O. S.Dr. caring forHTFebruary 12, 1909Page 8Column 3
Brown, R. D.Teacher's AssociationRCROctober 24, 1907Page 1Column 1
Brown, R. D.Came UpRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 1Column 6
Brown, Mr. & Mrs. R. D.Guests of Hether'sRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 1Column 2
Brown & FarleyAttorneysRCROctober 24, 1907Page 1Column 5
Bryan, Mrs. Maud HowardFiled Law SuitRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 2Column 3
Bryant, Geo. H.Lupton Marl FactoryORFebruary 15, 1901Page 1Column 2
Buck, Mr. & Mrs. ArthurDaughter BornRCRDecember 8, 1910Page 1Column 2
Buck, Charles E.Going to be PostmasterORApril 22, 1897Page 3Column 3
Buck, HarrySold Bazaar StoreRCROctober 24, 1907Page 1Column 2
Buck, HarryVisiting in West BranchRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 1Column 3
Buck, MaryRose City PostmistressRCRMay 26, 1905Page 4Column 1
Buck, Mr.Shingle MillWBTNovember 4, 1887Page 4Column 1
Buckingham, EllisPlains FarmerWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 6Column 6
Buell, L. F.Elected-State NewsWBTMay 24, 1889Page 7Column 3
Buhlman, AlexSon DiedHTMay 1, 1891Page 1Column 3
Buhlman, John A.Farm in Edwards Twp.WBTIndustrial, 1889Page 7Column 6
Buhlman, John A.Sawmill in Edwards Twp.WBTIndustrial, 1889Page 7Column 6
Bullock, Rev. J. D.Pioneer MinisterRCRMay 26, 1905Page 1Column 2
Bullock, Mr.Attended ConcertORFebruary 15, 1901Page 5Column 4
Burdick, Lena RiversHeads Empire Stock CompanyORFebruary 15, 1901Page 5Column 3
Burlingame, Jos.Farm in Mills Twp.WBTIndustrial, 1889Page 7Column 2
Burns, JohnOgemaw Springs farmerWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 8Column 6
Burns, JohnSon KidnappedRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 1Column 3
Burns, JohnnyKidnapped in West BranchRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 1Column 3
Burnsen, Mrs.National DeathHTMay 1, 1891Page 5Column 4
Burnside & RichardsonBerry CampRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 8Column 3
Burpee, Mrs.Hat SalesWBTMay 24, 1889Page 1Column 3
Burrows, GeorgeState DeathWBTNovember 4, 1887Page 2Column 2
Burt, E. M.Farm in Churchill Twp.WBTIndustrial, 1889Page 7Column 4
Burton, LenaAdultery ChargeRCROctober 24, 1907Page 1Column 5
Business Men's AssociationInvolved in RaialroadWBTMay 24, 1889Page 1Column 5
Business Men's AssociationCharles D. Wilson, VPWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 4Column 3
Butterfield, O. E.AttorneyRCROctober 24, 1907Page 1Column 5
Butts, WilliamFarm on State RoadWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 7Column 6
Buvia, NelsonSouth Branch GrangeRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 1Column 5
Byce, NicholasOwns Goodar farmWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 8Column 4
Byce, Mrs. SarahReturned from CanadaRCROctober 24, 1907Page 1Column 6
Cameron, A. J.AdvertisementWBTNovember 4, 1887Page 1Column 1
Cameron, WallaceFought FireHTMay 1, 1891Page 3Column 3
Campbell, Mrs. E. A.Farmers MeetingRCRDecember 8, 1910Page 1Column 5
Campbell, FinleyOgemaw Springs farmerWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 8Column 6
Campbell, FinleySuperintendent of the poorORApril 22, 1897Page 2Column 5
Campbell, GeorgieReturned from DetroitRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 1Column 1
Campbell, H. J.Sold his farmRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 1Column 1
Campbell, JamesInsurance CompanyWBTNovember 4, 1887Page 4Column 3
Campbell, JamesHomesteaded in 1871WBTIndustrial, 1889Page 2Column 1
Campbell, JamesHas fruit orchardWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 3Column 1
Campbell, JamesLikeness of his farmWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 3Column 4
Campbell, JamesShort BiographyWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 3Column 6
Campbell, John A.Visited SchoolRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 1Column 6
Campbell, Mr.Purchased CutterORFebruary 15, 1901Page 5Column 4
Campbell's Corners5-1/2 miles east of West BranchWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 7Column 3
Campbell's Corners PostmasterE. M. FulmerWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 7Column 3
Campbell's Corners StoreE. M. Fulmer, Prop.WBTIndustrial, 1889Page 7Column 3
Capital PunishmentRefutedWBTMay 24, 1889Page 2Column 2
Card, Mrs. CharlesHad VisitorRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 8Column 2
Card, Chas.ReplevinRCROctober 24, 1907Page 1Column 5
Card, JosephineReplevinRCROctober 24, 1907Page 1Column 5
Cardinal, DickSold Maple SugarHTMay 1, 1891Page 1Column 3
Carey, Hazel16th BirthdayRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 8Column 3
Carey, W. T.Lost BeesRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 5Column 1
Carley, ElderDeep River ServicesHTMay 1, 1891Page 3Column 3
Carley, ElderFought FireHTMay 1, 1891Page 3Column 3
Carpenter, RoseVisited MardensRCRDecember 8, 1910Page 8Column 2
Carr, Clark E.Appointed-National NewsWBTMay 24, 1889Page 7Column 4
Carr, JayLeft for NorthwestRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 8Column 3
Carr, LeviFarm on State RoadWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 7Column 1
Carrick, Rev. C. W.Civil War ReunionRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 2Column 5
Carroll, CarmenLiving with MontneysRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 1Column 5
Carroll, GeorgeDiesRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 2Column 4
Carscallen Bros.Game Restriction PeitionHTFebruary 12, 1909Page 1Column 3
Carscallen, HerbGoing to IdahoRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 5Column 1
Carscallen, HerbAt Sage LakeRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 8Column 3
Carscallen, Mrs. HerbLadies Aid Meeting thereRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 8Column 4
Carscallen, RoyAt Sage LakeRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 8Column 3
Carson, ClaraMarriedRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 2Column 5
Carson, LucyMarriedRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 2Column 5
Carson, W. H.Banking AdvertisementORFebruary 15, 1901Page 1Column 4
Carter, JohnBought Guilford RanchRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 1Column 1
Carter, JohnLeft for ChicagoRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 5Column 3
Carter, Mrs. JohnVisited in Bay CityRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 5Column 3
Carter, Jos.Assistant-Fire CompanyHTMay 1, 1891Page 1Column 5
Carter, JoyceMrs. Gates Visiting HerRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 5Column 3
Carter, JoyceTeacher at St. Helen SchoolRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 5Column 4
Carter, Lincoln J. CompanyPresenting DramaORFebruary 15, 1901Page 5Column 3
Carter, MinniePassed Teacher's ExamRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 1Column 3
Carter, MinnieMrs. Gates Visiting HerRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 5Column 3
Carter, MissGoing to SaginawRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 5Column 3
Carter, T. H.Land CommissionerHTMay 1, 1891Page 5Column 2
Caruer, GlenVisited BlairsRCROctober 24, 1907Page 1Column 7
Caruer, LizzieVisited BlairsRCROctober 24, 1907Page 1Column 7
Cassidy, JerryAt Houghton CreekRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 8Column 4
Cassidy, JerryVisited SortorsRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 8Column 4
Caster, A. H.Owns Goodar farmWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 8Column 4
Castleton, Mr.Visited by Mrs. MooneyWBTMay 24, 1889Page 3Column 3
Castleton, Mr.MovedHTMay 1, 1891Page 3Column 2
Cederberg, Mr.Lupton Marl FactoryORFebruary 15, 1901Page 1Column 2
Central BakeryIce CreamWBTMay 24, 1889Page 1Column 3
Central BakeryMoved to Clark's Bldg.HTMay 1, 1891Page 1Column 2
Central Meat MarketBuying FursWBTMay 24, 1889Page 1Column 3
Central Meat MarketAdORApril 22, 1897Page 4Column 5
Central Meat MarketRollins & Co. AdORFebruary 15, 1901Page 8Column 5
Chaffin, BellIn SaginawRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 8Column 2
Chaffin, R.Left for IdahoHTFebruary 12, 1909Page 2Column 2
Chaffin, R. L.West Branch SurveyorHTFebruary 12, 1909Page 2Column 1
Chalker, Rev. G. J.Made CallsRCROctober 24, 1907Page 1Column 6
Chamberlain, CharlesProtects WomanRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 2Column 5
Chambers, LottieVisiting SchoolRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 8Column 3
Chambers, MyrtleWent to CaroRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 1Column 1
Chambers, MyrtleVisiting SchoolRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 8Column 3
Champlain, Samuel deExplored MichiganHTIndust. 1889Page 1Column 1
Chapel, EmmorHouse FireHTMay 1, 1891Page 1Column 4
Chapin, E. R.AttorneyRCROctober 24, 1907Page 1Column 5
Chapin, E. R.Republican DelegateHTFebruary 12, 1909Page 2Column 2
Chapin, E. R.Attorney in LawsuitHTFebruary 12, 1909Page 8Column 3
Chapin, E. R.Attorney AdRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 5Column 1
Chapin, E. R.Court CaseRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 4Column 6
Chapin, E. R.Attorney in Rose CityRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 5Column 1
Chapin, E. R.Rose City AttorneyRCRDecember 8, 1910Page 5Column 1
Chapin, Mr.Cow Hit by TrainWBTMay 24, 1889Page 3Column 2
Chapman BrothersLumbermenWBTNovember 4, 1887Page 4Column 1
Chapman BrothersNow S. Chapman & Co.WBTIndustrial, 1889Page 5Column 3
Chapman LakePlummer to put mill thereWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 4Column 6
Chapman, S. & Co.Owns land in OgemawWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 5Column 3
Chappel, L. H.Supreme Court Justice RaceORApril 22, 1897Page 2Column 2
Charlevoix, JohnState DeathWBTMay 24, 1889Page 7Column 1
Chase Bros. Co.FruitHTMay 1, 1891Page 3Column 2
Chase, Mr.Went to ChicagoRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 8Column 1
Chase SchoolSunday SchoolORApril 22, 1897Page 2Column 2
Chase SchoolOpenedORApril 22, 1897Page 2Column 3
Chase, VedaNot Absent from SchoolRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 8Column 3
Chase, VerbaNot Absent from SchoolRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 8Column 3
Chase, W. H.Farm in Klacking Twp.WBTIndustrial, 1889Page 7Column 3
Chase, WesleyPetition to Log StreetRCRMay 26, 1905Page 8Column 1
Chase, William H.Homestead WitnessWBTMay 24, 1889Page 2Column 4
Cheboygan City HallBurnedOCTDecember 31, 1886Page 2Column 2
Cheboygan City JailBurnedOCTDecember 31, 1886Page 2Column 2
Cheeney, Mrs.Visiting Thornton'sRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 8Column 3
Cheney, BertNew Barn Ready SoonRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 1Column 2
Chicago StoreLibel SuitWBTMay 24, 1889Page 1Column 6
Chicago StoreRun by P. BlumenthalWBTMay 24, 1889Page 4Column 3
Chicago StorePhilip Blumenthal, ProprietorWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 11Column 5
Chicago StoreAdHTMay 1, 1891Page 8Column 5
Chicago StoreAdORApril 22, 1897Page 1Column 2
Chicago StoreA-P. Blumenthal, Prop.HTFebruary 12, 1909Page 8Column 4
Childs, Geo. W.Presented AddressHTMay 1, 1891Page 5Column 4
Chrivia, Mrs. J.In Rose CityRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 8Column 4
Church, George W.Architect-State NewsWBTMay 24, 1889Page 7Column 3
Church, Mr.Plastering HouseRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 1Column 5
Churchill, Mr. & Mrs. Jos.Daughter Getting MarriedRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 1Column 2
Churchill, MaudeMarrying Charles MorseRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 1Column 2
Churchill MerchantA. S. RoseWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 2Column 2
Churchill Post OfficeNear Rose's MillWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 8Column 2
Churchill Twp. SupervisorA. L. Cumming, firstWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 2Column 2
Clapp, Frank W.Battle Creek City AttorneyHTMay 1, 1891Page 5Column 1
Clark, D. D.AdvertisementWBTNovember 4, 1887Page 1Column 1
Clark, E. W.I.O.O.F-W.Branch LodgeWBTNovember 4, 1887Page 1Column 2
Clark, E. W.Com.-Ogemaw TentWBTMay 24, 1889Page 1Column 2
Clark, E. W.Received RingWBTMay 24, 1889Page 1Column 6
Clark, E. W.PostmasterWBTMay 24, 1889Page 1Column 6
Clark, E. W.Photo of HouseWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 7Column 4
Clark, E. W.Barn RaisingORApril 22, 1897Page 2Column 1
Clark, E. W.Trustee-Village CouncilORApril 22, 1897Page 2Column 5
Clark, E. W.Superintendent of the PoorORApril 22, 1897Page 2Column 5
Clark, Mrs. E. W.WCTU PresidentORApril 22, 1897Page 2Column 5
Clark, ElmerAppealRCROctober 24, 1907Page 1Column 5
Clark, Mrs. F. M.Went to MonroeWBTMay 24, 1889Page 1Column 6
Clark, FannieDaughters of RebekahORApril 22, 1897Page 2Column 5
Clark, Frank M.Employed by LewisWBTMay 24, 1889Page 1Column 6
Clark, JessieReturned from SaginawRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 1Column 6
Clark, JohnRichland farmerWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 8Column 6
Clark, JohnIn Bay CityHTMay 1, 1891Page 3Column 2
Clark, Mr.FishingRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 8Column 2
Clarke, Charles J. T.Dismissed from MilitaryRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 2Column 2
Clauson, HerbertMortgage SaleORFebruary 15, 1901Page 4Column 4
Clay, H. G.Owned 13,000 acresWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 4Column 4
Clay, JohnState DeathWBTNovember 4, 1887Page 2Column 3
Clayton, Mr. & Mrs. FrankSon IllRCRDecember 8, 1910Page 8Column 3
Clayton, SethWent to HaleRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 8Column 1
Clayton, WillardSickRCRDecember 8, 1910Page 8Column 3
Cliff, GeorgeRichland FarmerWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 8Column 6
Cliff, MillieReturned to FlintHTMay 1, 1891Page 3Column 2
Cliff, R. H.In Bay CityORApril 22, 1897Page 4Column 2
Cliff, W. H.County SurveyorORApril 22, 1897Page 2Column 5
Clifford, HenryForgeryRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 2Column 3
Cline, BeatriceVisiting Brother & SisterRCROctober 24, 1907Page 1Column 1
Cline, C. A.Bought Birdsall MillWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 10Column 4
Cline, C. A.West Branch PostmasterHTFebruary 12, 1909Page 1Column 6
Cline, C. A.Republican DelegateHTFebruary 12, 1909Page 2Column 2
Cline, C. A. MillUnder contract to WrightWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 10Column 1
Cline, C. A. MillF. W. Freeman, foremanWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 10Column 4
Cline, C. A. MillLarge pond aboveWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 10Column 5
Cline, CarrieHome from Ann ArborORApril 22, 1897Page 1Column 5
Cline, Charles A.County TreasurerORApril 22, 1897Page 2Column 5
Cline, Mr.Bought out Russell in 1886WBTIndustrial, 1889Page 10Column 1
Cline, NinaReceived certificateHTMay 1, 1891Page 1Column 4
Cline, R. R.Bought Bazaar StoreRCROctober 24, 1907Page 1Column 2
Cline, Roy R.From Robinson's MillRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 1Column 1
Close, Mr.PhotographerWBTMay 24, 1889Page 1Column 5
Close & CompanyPhotograph GalleryHTMay 1, 1891Page 1Column 2
Close & CompnayPhotography AdORApril 22, 1897Page 4Column 5
Close, S. W. & Co.PhotographerWBTMay 24, 1889Page 2Column 3
Clover, Charles FarmBought by Monaghan & BrooksRCRMay 26, 1905Page 1Column 2
CobblerI. FergusonRCRMay 26, 1905Page 4Column 5
Coburn, FrankReturned from woodsHTMay 1, 1891Page 3Column 3
Coburn, L. A.Owns Goodar farmWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 8Column 4
Cochran, C. F.I.O.O.F.-W. Branch LodgeWBTNovember 4, 1887Page 1Column 2
Cochran, C. F.PhysicianWBTNovember 4, 1887Page 1Column 2
Cochran, C. F.PhysicianWBTMay 24, 1889Page 1Column 2
Cochran, Dr. C. F.Hayes WeddingWBTNovember 4, 1887Page 4Column 2
Cochran, Dr. C. F.In Bay CityWBTMay 24, 1889Page 1Column 5
Cochran, Dr. C. F.West Branch PhysicianWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 9Column 4
Cochran, Dr. C. F.M.C.R.R. PhysicianWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 9Column 4
Cochran, ChesterInsurance CompanyWBTNovember 4, 1887Page 4Column 3
Cochran, ChesterFarm near ChurchillWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 8Column 2
Cochran, ChesterRose SupervisorORApril 22, 1897Page 2Column 5
Cochran, Clarence F.CoronerWBTNovember 4, 1887Page 1Column 2
Cochran, WesleyFarm near ChurchillWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 8Column 2
Cocker, W. J.University Regent RaceORApril 22, 1897Page 2Column 2
Coffee, Chas.Left for AlbertaRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 8Column 3
Coke, FredLarge Hen's EggORApril 22, 1897Page 1Column 6
Coke, L. F.Rose City Feed Barn Prop.RCRNovember 4, 1909Page 5Column 5
Coke, Mrs. L. F.Sister Here from Port HuronRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 1Column 1
Coke, L. R.Sons VisitingRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 1Column 1
Coke, RoyVisiting FatherRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 1Column 1
Coke, RussellVisiting FatherRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 1Column 1
Colbath, N. W.Picture savingsRCRDecember 8, 1910Page 1Column 2
Colbath, NellieHad VisitorRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 1Column 1
Cole, Mr. & Mrs. MCalled on Mrs. CrippenRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 8Column 2
Cole, Mrs. M.Called on CardsRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 8Column 2
Cole, MellHad VisitorRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 8Column 2
Cole, Mrs.State DeathWBTMay 24, 1889Page 7Column 1
Cole, WilliamState DeathWBTNovember 4, 1887Page 2Column 1
Cole, William T.Elected-State NewsWBTMay 24, 1889Page 7Column 3
Coleman, GeorgeState DeathWBTNovember 4, 1887Page 2Column 1
Coleman, N. H.Canvassing TownWBTMay 24, 1889Page 1Column 4
Colladay, Mr. & Mrs.Attended ConcertWBTMay 24, 1889Page 1Column 4
Colladay, Mr. & Mrs. H. C.Attended ConcertWBTMay 24, 1889Page 3Column 3
Colladay, H. C.Foreman, Piper MillWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 6Column 5
Commercial HouseNow the Phoenix HouseWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 9Column 3
Commercial HouseA. Abbott RentingWBTMay 24, 1889Page 1Column 4
Congregational ChurchLunchWBTMay 24, 1889Page 1Column 3
Connell, ThomasVisiting in TownRCRDecember 8, 1910Page 8Column 1
Conrad, AbeVisiting RelativesRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 8Column 3
Conrad, HenryVisiting RelativesRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 8Column 3
Cook, A. H.Injured in DerailmentRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 2Column 3
Cook, AdamFarm in Horton Twp.WBTIndustrial, 1889Page 7Column 6
Cook, GeorgeFarm in Horton Twp.WBTIndustrial, 1889Page 7Column 6
Cook, LewisFarm in Horton Twp.WBTIndustrial, 1889Page 7Column 6
Cook, Mr.FishingORApril 22, 1897Page 3Column 1
Cook, OrrinPlains FarmerWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 6Column 6
Cook, RobertFarm in Horton Twp.WBTIndustrial, 1889Page 7Column 6
Cook, RobertMortgage SaleORApril 22, 1897Page 1Column 1
Cook, RoxannaMortgage SaleORApril 22, 1897Page 1Column 1
Cook, WilliamElected-State NewsWBTMay 24, 1889Page 7Column 3
Cook, Wm.Farm in Edwards Twp.WBTIndustrial, 1889Page 7Column 5
Cooley, EdwardKilled in New JerseyRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 2Column 3
Cooley & HewittAttorneyRCROctober 24, 1907Page 1Column 5
Cooper, CharlesAdministrator/ProbateWBTMay 24, 1889Page 2Column 5
Cooper, FrankHelped ButcherRCRDecember 8, 1910Page 1Column 6
Cooper, R. H.WarehouseWBTNovember 4, 1887Page 7Column 3
Cooper, R. H.Painted WarehouseWBTMay 24, 1889Page 1Column 5
Cooper, R. H.GrocerWBTMay 24, 1889Page 4Column 1
Cooper, R. H.Bought maple sugarHTMay 1, 1891Page 1Column 3
Cooper, R. H.PostmasterORApril 22, 1897Page 4Column 1
Cooper, R. H. & Co.Grocery AdORApril 22, 1897Page 3Column 5
Cooper, R. H. & CompanyGroceriesORFebruary 15, 1901Page 4Column 1
Cooper, R. H. Grocery StorePicture of insideWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 11Column 1
Cooper, SidneyOgemaw Springs FarmerWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 8Column 6
Cooper, William J.Mortgage SaleHTFebruary 12, 1909Page 2Column 4
Cooper, William J.Mortgage SaleHTFebruary 12, 1909Page 2Column 6
Cooper & Wilson's StoreShoemaker AdORApril 22, 1897Page 3Column 5
Cooperage ShopIn HowellHTMay 1, 1891Page 5Column 2
Copeland, Mrs. IdaState DeathWBTMay 24, 1889Page 7Column 2
Corbet, Mrs. BenVisited at HaleRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 8Column 4
Cormier, JosephShocked by ChillRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 2Column 6
Corning, WilliamMortgage SaleOCTDecember 31, 1886Page 4Column 5
Cornish, Rev.Preached at Rose's HallRCRMay 26, 1905Page 1Column 2
Corrigan, Michael Jr.Visiting fatherRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 8Column 2
Corsen, Geo.Went to GladwinRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 1Column 2
Cortland Co.Mill uses basswoodWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 2Column 4
Cortland Lumber CompanyWest Branch ManufacturerWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 10Column 1
Cortland Lumber CompanyLumber for wagonsWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 10Column 1
Cortland Lumber CompanyTolfree owns stock inWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 11Column 6
Cortland Wagon CompanyLumber for wagonsWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 10Column 1
Cortlond Lumber CompanyNo Breakage of Equip.WBTMay 24, 1889Page 1Column 6
Corwin, B. J.Visited in Rose CityHTFebruary 12, 1909Page 8Column 2
Corwin, ClarkVisited in Rose CityHTFebruary 12, 1909Page 8Column 2
Corwin, ReidWorking for SpencerHTFebruary 12, 1909Page 8Column 2
Cottle, JohnGone to Canadian NWRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 5Column 1
Cottle, StanleyGone to Canadian NWRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 5Column 1
Cotton, E. C.Resigned-State NewsRCRMay 26, 1905Page 2Column 3
Cournyer, B. J.PublisherRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 2Column 1
Cournyer, B. J.PublisherRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 4Column 1
Cournyer, B. J.PublisherRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 4Column 1
Cournyer, B. J.PublisherRCRDecember 8, 1910Page 2Column 1
Cournyer, B. J.PublisherRCRDecember 8, 1910Page 4Column 1
Cowell, Samuel J.Homestead PublicationiRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 4Column 5
Cowels, LewGroceries from poor boardHTFebruary 12, 1909Page 8Column 4
Cowles, Loren M.State DeathWBTNovember 4, 1887Page 2Column 1
Cox, Rev. Mrs. ThomasVisits parentsWBTMay 24, 1889Page 1Column 5
Cox & AthertonMachines & ToolsWBTMay 24, 1889Page 2Column 5
Cox, C. W.Went to LapeerWBTMay 24, 1889Page 3Column 3
Cox, C. W.Bookkeeper, Piper MillWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 6Column 5
Coy, MateHaye WeddingWBTNovember 4, 1887Page 4Column 2
Craddock, Charles EgbertNom de plumWBTMay 24, 1889Page 5Column 1
Craft, Mrs. AlbertVisitingRCROctober 24, 1907Page 1Column 4
Craft, HarrySowing RyeRCROctober 24, 1907Page 1Column 4
Craft, HarryDrilling a wellRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 8Column 4
Craft, Mrs. HarryVisiting Will CraftsRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 8Column 3
Craft, HenryFarm in Cumming Twp.WBTIndustrial, 1889Page 7Column 3
Craft, LizzieWorking at PottsWBTMay 24, 1889Page 3Column 2
Craft, WillSowing RyeRCROctober 24, 1907Page 1Column 4
Craft, WillMrs. Harry Craft visitingRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 8Column 3
Craft, Mrs. WillVisitingRCROctober 24, 1907Page 1Column 4
Craig, RobertFarm on State RoadWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 7Column 6
Cramer, W. S.West Branch AuctioneerHTFebruary 12, 1909Page 2Column 1
Cramer, W. S.Auctioneer AdRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 5Column 1
Cramer, W. S.West Branch AuctioneerRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 5Column 1
Crane, Mrs. F.In TownRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 8Column 1
Crane, Mrs. Wm.Had VisitorRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 8Column 4
Craner, H. H.Summoned for juryHTMay 1, 1891Page 3Column 2
Craner, HenryCame to Ogemaw in 1869WBTIndustrial, 1889Page 2Column 1
Crapo, JohnFarm on State RoadWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 7Column 1
Craven, Mr.Returned from HarrisvilleRCRMay 26, 1905Page 1Column 2
CrawfordRose City JewelerRCRMay 26, 1905Page 1Column 2
Crawford Bros.Beaver Lake FarmersWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 6Column 6
Crawford, FredSold FarmHTMay 1, 1891Page 3Column 2
Crawford, Prof. Jno.TeacherHTMay 1, 1891Page 3Column 3
Crawford, Joseph A.ProbateHTFebruary 12, 1909Page 2Column 4
Crawford, Nancy L.ProbateHTFebruary 12, 1909Page 2Column 4
Crawford, R. J.JewelerRCRMay 26, 1905Page 4Column 4
Cressier, Mrs. MosesState DeathWBTNovember 4, 1887Page 2Column 1
Crippen, George A.Insurance CompanyWBTNovember 4, 1887Page 4Column 3
Crippen, Mrs. L. M.Had VisitorsRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 8Column 2
Cripps, Amos (Mr. & Mrs.)Daughter VisitingRCROctober 24, 1907Page 1Column 1
Cripps, Mrs.Being Cared forRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 1Column 1
Crist, AnnaVisiting ShattucksRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 8Column 4
Cronover, Mrs. AddieLetter at Post OfficeRCRMay 26, 1905Page 4Column 1
Crooks, Mr.Trip to CanadaHTMay 1, 1891Page 3Column 3
Cross, PhillipState DeathWBTNovember 4, 1887Page 2Column 3
Crozier, Mrs. Sr.DeathRCRDecember 8, 1910Page 8Column 1
Crozier, Wm.Mother DiedRCRDecember 8, 1910Page 8Column 1
Crum, Dr.Elected, State NewsWBTMay 24, 1889Page 7Column 3
Cullen's Boot & Shoe StoreAdvertisementORApril 22, 1897Page 2Column 4
Cullen, A. B.House Fire-State NewsRCRMay 26, 1905Page 2Column 3
Cullen, M. J.Boot & Shoe StoreORApril 22, 1897Page 2Column 4
Cullen, M. J.Boot & Shoe StoreORFebruary 15, 1901Page 4Column 4
Cullen, M. J.AppealRCROctober 24, 1907Page 1Column 5
Cullen, M. J.W.B. Coal & Wood Co. Prop.HTFebruary 12, 1909Page 8Column 5
Cumming, A. J.Misc. AdRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 8Column 1
Cumming, A. L.Came to Ogemaw in 1873WBTIndustrial, 1889Page 2Column 1
Cumming, A. L.First CoronerWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 2Column 2
Cumming, A. L.First Churchill SupervisorWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 2Column 2
Cumming, A. L.Ogemaw School BoardWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 3Column 3
Cumming, A. L.Farm near ChurchillWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 8Column 2
Cumming, A. L. Jr.Came to Ogemaw in 1873WBTIndustrial, 1889Page 2Column 1
Cumming, LewisFarm near ChurchillWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 8Column 2
Cumming, LouisCame to Ogemaw in 1873WBTIndustrial, 1889Page 2Column 1
Cumming, LouisSuperintendent of PoorWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 2Column 2
Cumming, LouisHeld Halloween PartyRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 1Column 2
Cumming, MaryVisiting at schoolRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 8Column 3
Cumming, Mr.Rose City AldermanRCRMay 26, 1905Page 8Column 1
Cumming Twp. ClerkLawrence LehmanWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 7Column 2
Cumming Twp. SupervisorFrank MorrisonWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 7Column 3
Cumming Twp. TreasurerJoseph ShickWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 7Column 2
Cumming, W. J.City OrdinanceRCRMay 26, 1905Page 8Column 2
Cumming, W. J.City OrdinanceRCRMay 26, 1905Page 8Column 3
Cumming, W. J.Pants for saleRCRMay 26, 1905Page 8Column 4
Cumming, W. J.Purchased LotsRCROctober 24, 1907Page 1Column 1
Cumming, W. J.Erecting ElevatorRCROctober 24, 1907Page 1Column 1
Cumming, W. J.Cloak & Fur AdRCROctober 24, 1907Page 2Column 1
Cumming, W. J.Clothing for poor farmHTFebruary 12, 1909Page 8Column 4
Cumming, W. J.Had FireworksRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 1Column 2
Cumming, W. J.Furs AdRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 8Column 1
Cumming, W. J.General Store AdRCRDecember 8, 1910Page 8Column 1
Currie, BelleDress MakerHTMay 1, 1891Page 1Column 2
Curtis, J. W.Agent for H. G. ClayWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 4Column 5
Curry, John A.Hill Township farmerWBTIndustrial, 1889Page 8Column 6
Curry, Mrs.DeathRCRNovember 4, 1909Page 1Column 1
Curry, WalterRaising LogsRCROctober 24, 1907page 1Column 6
Curry, Wm.Lost Paint BrushesORFebruary 15, 1901Page 5Column 1
Curtis, B. C.State DeathHTMay 1, 1891Page 5Column 1
Curtis, E. E.Elected-State NewsWBTMay 24, 1889Page 7Column 3
Curtis, J. C.University Regent RaceORApril 22, 1897Page 2Column 2
Czaky, CountLaw SuitRCRJuly 8, 1909Page 2Column 3
Czyperski, C.Valentine PartyHTFebruary 12, 1909Page 1Column 6

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