Newspaper Index - Notes

This is really not a public site but will be published for my use to index data as I find it.  But, if it is of some use to you then.. by all means .. use it. ;)  This will be all of the Daily Eagle online - not completely indexed.  Newspapers go up to 9 May 1907 .. starts 20 May 1903 - total of 100 newspapers of at least 4 pages per paper.

Daily Eagle, 2 Jun 1903 pg 1
~ Pump for Water Works
~ Pave Front Street and 8 ft walk on South side of E.
Front St from Boardman River to Elmwood Avenue..and
~ Hugh Prouty cem sexton appointed special police without pay.. to be able to arrest those stealing flowers and flags from Oakwood Cemetery.
~ apparatus for locating drowned bodies on exhibition
~ Sewer committee - build sewer from Elmwood Ave to the river for the asylum.. draining of Vencel Sleder's saloon on the West side
~Traverse city Canning Co., soon to be ready to run
(cont pg 3)
~Barbers to have licenses
~ Julius A. Franke and Miss Anna May Homerich married
~ Conrad Snifka and Miss Amelia Markwish married
~Grand Time in Northport, Train came in

pg 2
~Northport story contin
~Mary McKnight murder- brother John Murphy Fife Lake

pg 4
August Bauman who resigned his position with the Hamilton Clothing Co. a few days ago says he will leave for Seattle, Wash, Saturday morning, and if he sees an opportunity will embark in business there.

17 Jun 1903, Daily Eagle pg 1
~Mary McKnight Murder
~V. C. Palmer's Meat Market (opened this day)
~A. K. Kildee sues Frank Saxton for wages

pg 3
John Cronin has sold his pool room and cigar store at 212 Front St to Chriss Ross, of Grawn.  Mr. Ross will continue the business at the same place.

John Kalena, Aged Farmer, Buried Yesterday
  Mr. John Kalena, a middle-aged farmer who lived northwest of here, died on Sunday.  He had been ailing for several months.  The funeral was held yesterday at the Catholic Church.  Deceased leaves a wife and several children to mourn the loss of a good husband and father.
  Mr and Mrs. Chance of Northport were here to attend the funeral of their grandfather, Mr. VanSlyck?

Pg 4
James M. Loudon of this city and Miss Gussie Kroupa will be united in marriage at 8:30 0'clock this evening at the home of the bride's parents at Bowers Harbor.

Miss Josie Weber of Hannah died Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock of heart disease.  Deceased leaves a husband and three children.  The funeral will be held from the Catholic church at Hannah at 10 o'clock tomorrow morning.

Daily Eagle
3 July 1903 pg 1
~East Jordan, Mrs Brotherton Robbed
~several deaths of MI not GT area

27 Jul 1903 p1
~Will Brosch cut off the index finger of left hand - amputated
~Story (details) of new Northport Beach Hotel and photo; photos of A. M. Leslie's summer home Np Beach.

pg 4
~The funeral of H. B. Adams of the Peninsula, who died of cancer of the liver Saturday evening, was held at 10 0'clock this morning from the residence.  He had been sick for some time but was not though to be dangerously so until lately.  Mr. Adams was 53 years of age and was a pioneer of the Peninsula.  He leaves a wife and eight children, one of whom, Earl, is well known in this city having attended the High School here.  Mrs. Adams is also well known here and is a member of the Woman's Club.

~Mrs. John Bush, wife of the well known cab man, was taken ill this afternoon with heart trouble and died within the hour.

~Mr and Mrs. E. A. Kildee were called to Wexford today by the serious illness of Mr. Kildee's mother.

Circus was in town!

29 July 1903 pg 4
~Hon. E. W. Hastings Hotel Experience!
~A large number of friends attended the funeral of the infant of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. H. Hubbell this afternoon.
~Mrs. E. W. Gibson seriously ill

5 Aug 1903 pg 1
~Grave Danger: William Sheriff House struck twice - Honor Michigan - lightning!~

~Circus _ rain storm - a bit long
~Salvation Army corner of State & Union by Ensign Bennard..
~Widow's Mite Was Tolen - Mrs. Rena Luton Burglarized

pg  4
~The funeral of Andrew Hockstad who was struck by lightning Monday, will be held at 10 o'clock tomorrow from the church at Bingham under the direction of Undertaker Anderson.

~The three-year-old son, Charles, of Ross Hines of 810 Webster Street, is dead of cholera infantum.  The funeral will be held Friday but the exact time has not been decided.

~William Harrison, aged 80, died at his home in Mayfield township yesterday, of old age.  he leaves seven children, Thomas W., William and five daughters.  the funeral will be held from the Gray schoolhouse tomorrow at 11 o'clock.

7 Aug 1903 pg 1
~John T. Calhoun: Complaint of indecent liberties with girl

~John Egli who was so badly injured last wekk by being stuck on the head by a falling limb and rendered unconscious is recovering slowly at Long Lake.  he has been able to utter but a few words since the accident.

~ (Dr.) Moon Went On the Force...attempt at housebreaking.. at  Mrs. Charles M. Parker... put on web

pg 2
~The funeral of little Chas. Hines who died Wednesday will be held from the family residence Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock.  Rev. W. T. Woodhouse will conduct the service.

pg 4
~Mary, the 10-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond of Thompsonville, died at her home this morning of inflamation of the bowels.  Ralph Anderson went there this morning to prepare the remains for shipment to Newaygo where the funeral will be held.
~Miss Elvira Dumouchelle married Rev. Hugh Kennedy of Bay City... more here....
~List of Physicians - last column

10 August 1903 pg 1
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~John A. Cook, Aged 82, died yesterday -
~Side by Side in Casket... Charles and Marion Hines
~Funeral of Thos. Stevenson
~Murder of Murphy by Mary McKnight.. photos +pg 4
~Andersonville men meet again
~Dog attack on Johnnie Burns

pg 4
George Rasmeessen?, a Dave who has been in this country for about 13 years, this morning took out his naturalization papers at the county clerk's office.  He then went to the recruiting office and enlisted in Uncle Sam's infantry.

~Robbery of Edward Barber home