• CHARLES E. JOHNSON of Grawn is in serious condition. He ate some wide leaved dock that accidentally got mixed in with other greens his family had gathered. He was the only one in his family poisoned by the dock.
  • DON’T FORGET to enjoy a moonlight excursion on the Steamship Missouri. A two hour ride on the Bay begins at 8 p.m. with Campbell’s Band for only 25 cents. Contact E.A. Weston, Agent, for reservations and schedules.
  • “1892” PURE Aluminum Ware will not rust, crack, break, scorch or burn. It is the cheapest because it will last a life time. It is “the ware that wears”. It has been advanced that chipping of hard coated dishes often used in baking will allow minute particles to become mixed with food and can cause cancer where abrasions occur in the wall of the stomach. Go to Julius Campbell and Company to purchase your safe cooking ware now.
  • MRS. ELI VANNIMANS of Mancelona, wife of Eli Vannimans who is in the county jail, went to visit her husband and is now herself in lock up. Sheriff Kittle asked his wife Mrs. Kittle to search the woman. A file and case knife were found in her stocking. The Sheriff had been for warned that this attempt to free her husband may occur.
  • THE OLDEST organized bank in the Grand Traverse Region is offering 3% on all savings accounts. What better way for the graduate to learn the value of savings. Open an account now at First National Bank for your graduate or urge them to open one personally.
  • OFFICER ALLAN Grayson met with an accident yesterday afternoon that may lay him up for a short time. He was assisting with the moving of a truck in the alley next to the station house when he fell through a basement window at the rear of the Hotel Whiting. He stuck to his post until last night when he had to be assisted home. This morning he was unable to walk due to an injury to his knee.