— A FUR COAT was found at the corner of Spruce and Front Street. Owner may claim it at 215 North Spruce Street and pay for this notice.
— FALLING IN a faint on the Central School grounds last night about 8:30, where she lay in an unconscious condition until about 11 o’clock p.m., was Miss Goldie Upthegrove. The 17 year old daughter of W.M. Westgate, was found by passers by. An ambulance was called for by Sheriff Frank Shuter. She was taken home and medical aid was summoned. She was quite ill all night and is still confined to her bed.
— WALKING OFF into space and falling to the ground about thirty feet below in the elevator shaft at Steiner’s Grand Opera House last night, Miss Fanchon Jones, one of the famous “whirlwind broilers” of the Royal Chef Company, received injuries thought to be life threatening. She was found unconscious by the stage hand of the theater. She was taken to her room at the Whiting Hotel. No internal injuries were found, but she may have spinal injuries later.
— MCPHERSON POST and all old soldiers, met at the Grange Hall on Thursday evening at 7 o’clock, for the purpose of attending the Lincoln Centenary celebration. Turn out of comrades one in all, helped to celebrate the birth of one of our most worthy citizens.
— J.D. CLEMENS of Thompsonville was terribly injured while hunting this morning. The 16 year old was hunting alone in the woods, when his shotgun slipped and hit a log. The charge hit the lad between the elbow and the wrist. In spite of the gravity of his wound, he managed to walk two miles to the Village where his wound was dressed. It is the doctor’s opinion that the arm will have to be removed.
— IF YOU are particular about your buckwheat flour, there is one kind you can always be sure of and that’s H. & L. Company’s. Strictly pure and makes the most delicious cakes. After one try, you will stick to it in the future. Now at Hannah & Lay’s.
— Compiled by Cathy Griffin at the Traverse Area Historical Society in collaboration with the Traverse Area District Library.