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The Breeze – March 28, 1912 – Publication notices

Notices for Publication

Marion Amons of Ponce de Leon, HE# 37057 for SW ¼ of NW ¼ & NW ¼ of SW ¼, Sec 14, T3N, R17W to make 5 year proof; 1 May 1912; wit.: John Moore, DP Vaughn, KK Rushing, JE West, all of Ponce de Leon, Florida; Henry S Chubb, Register

 

Albert D Stanley, of Freeport, HE Serial #07340 for SE ¼ of NE 1/4 , Sec 15, T1S, R19W to make 5 year proof; 2 May 1912; wit.: HE Adams, LW Melvin, RJ BurnhamBG Stanley, all of Freeport; Henry S Chubb, Register

 

HO Davis, Guardian of Alice Davis, minor to sell property in her behalf (one-third interest), 20 April 1912; Co. Judge, WE Parish

 

 

Contributed by Mary Ellen Wexler

The Breeze – March 28, 1912 – Political announcements

POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS

This is a heavily political edition and the names of candidates are the same as in past issues and will not be reentered. A copy of the paper may be seen at the DeFuniak Springs Court House. Ed.

 

Voting Precincts Inspectors and Clerks

  • No. 1 – Peter McDonald, CA Campbell, Norman Gillis, Alvin Gillis, clerk
  • 2 – LE Laird, JR McLean, JD Anderson, Herman Bludworth, cleark
  • 3 – WF Gressette, Dan Butts, Arch Anderson, JA Neal, clerk
  • 4 – WJ Miles, KW Johnson, WD Truitt, DD Laird, clerk
  • 5 – JM Fountain, DW Parker, CV Savage, AI Hill, clerk
  • 6 – James Baggett, Bud Howard, JW Carter, James Clary, clerk
  • 7 – JW McSwain, WH Swenie (sic), TA McCallum, AllenL Hart, clerk
  • 8 – Marian Johnson, Josiah Howell, Chas. Infinger, eorge Gainey, clerk
  • 9 – SS Spence, Warren Armstrong, BH Sutton, BP Edge, clerk
  • 10 – JJ Kelley, Frank Thomason, H Jernigan, SS Kelly, clerk
  • 11 – HR Evans, EV Infinger, WT Morris, Wm J Wahl, clerk
  • 12 – JA McDonald, WE Grice, DL Anderson, OB Vaughn, clerk
  • 13 – Chas. Simmons, Carter Ward, Lawrence Silcox, JJ Ward, clerk
  • 14 – Wm Walden, BP Morris, John W McLeod, MT King, clerk
  • 15 – ME Savage, JW Edge, Sr., AH Alford, JD Colt, clerk
  • 16 – WR Kennington, SE Stephens, FM Turner, Geo. W Keen, clerk
  • 17 – CH Powell, DL Colvin, GD Adams, WJ Daughtry, clerk
  • 18 – JC Steele, RR Fountain, LLFolmer, AD Campbell, clerk
  • 19 – A Moore, John Moore, John A Campbell, DP Vaughn, clerk
  • 20 – PM Wilkerson, RW Parish, Calvin Prescott, LaFayette Preacher, clerk
  • 21 — JC McSween, Chairman; EH Miller, Secretary

Sunday Meeting of the Graves Association with same people mentioned as last week, appears again

 

District Registration Officers

Knox Hill, MP Rushing; Eucheeanna, JD Anderson; Sandy Creek, JW Henderson; Darlington, DD Laird; McDade’s Pond, BF Cockcroft at Paxton; Yelow (sic) River, WC Campbell; Shoal River, WA McCallum; Alaqua, Mack Trotman; Boggy, BP Edge; Portland, Henry Jernigan; Freeport, AD Mayo; Mosy (sic) Bend, WH Kennington; Bruce, JJ Ward; Crestview, JA Richbourg; Ealum, DL Colvin; Gaskin, HJ Henderson; Laurel Hill, RJ Hart; Moores, AA McLean

 

Application for Pardon

Henry McKnight convicted for murder, William C Hodges Atty. For Petitioner

 

Notice of Dissolution

Meigs Bros: JJ & WF Meigs

 

Circuit Court

Deborah Thomasson, et al, Complainants vs. Frances Hilton, of Newton, Dale Co., AL,  et al, Defendants. [No reason mentioned] Chas. H Gordon, Clk. Cir. Ct.; Miles Warren, Deputy Clk.; WW Clark, Atty. Complainant

 

Notice of Master’s Sale

Fourth notice  –  Five acres to be sold to satisfy verdict in case of John H. Givens vs. John & Connie Buford, 1 April 1912; WD McLean, Special Master; Daniel Campbell & Son, Attys. for plaintiff

 

Contributed by Mary Ellen Wexler

The Breeze – March 28, 1912 – General news

GENERAL NEWS

 

 

Chautauqua Day by Day

  • Col. Bain “departed from the program” – delivered temperance lecture
  • Otterbein Males Quartet and Major Mershon, drummer, entertained
  • Milo Deyo/Melodio, pianist, played Monday night
  • Next Saturday is Children’s Day

 

Neighborhood News Items

Niceville

  • BP Edge & BH Sutton attended Chautauqua at DeFuniak Saturday
  • Mrs. Leorrmora (sic) Brown returned home Tuesday from Key West where she has been visitng her daughter since January
  • Dr. Lewis of Pensacola was here on business Wednesday
  • Mrs. BM Archibold, returned home from 2 months at Clayroy
  • DP McKenzie, BH Sutton, Doc Davis, JJ Smith, BP Edge & Joel made a fine catch at Pippens Lake Tuesday
  • M/M GW Allen moved from Garniers to the west side of Niceville Thursday
  • Miss Ella Fair Edge & brother Vinson left for DeFuniak to attend Chautauqua Saturday

 

Dorcas

  • BH Lindsey was campaigning for State Senate here last week
  • JM Miller & AJ Bolton were among the overseers attending the “good roads meeting” in DeFuniak last Saturday
  • M/M WH Davis attended Chautauqua in DeFuniak Saturday
  • Willie Lisco on business in DeFuniak last week
  • CH Powell went to DeFuniak for treatment of stubborn case of Measles
  • LJ Nathey opens 60 acre farm on Florala road just north of Pond Creek bridge
  • Wt Hart was an “excursionist” Saturday
  • WH Swiney is still in the carpenter business at Deerland for WH Davis
  • Rev. WG Miller filled his regular appointment at Holly this weekend
  • Allen Hart plans a syrup plant this fall
  • TA McCallum are moving to DeFuniak this week

 

Knox Hill

  • Mrs. Mary McLeod of Red Bay returned home Saturday after 2 weeks visiting relatives here
  • Messrs. Oliver Pouney & Will Pruitt made their usual visit at the Ray house Wednesday night
  • Chas. Melver, Jr. of Bruce visited friends here last Sunday
  • Murray Elmer was on business at Ponce de Leon Wednesday
  • JN Gillis is very ill
  • The Hon. WC McLean attended DeFuniak Chautauqua, Saturday
  • M/M HW Phillips returned home from month visit in Lynn Haven
  • Miss Thelma Gillis left Saturday to spend week with relatives
  • M/M Knox Gillis, Frank McKinnon & George Davis were buying fruit and shade trees here Wednesday
  • CA Campbell called to see his little son at Eucheeana Sunday
  • Mrs. Mary Ann Douglass, of Pleasant Ridge her siblings, Mrs. Bell Brownell & CA Campbell here, Thursday
  • Miss Kate Gillis is visiting M/M EV Crawford
  • Misses Ida Corinne, Sallie Ray, Mrs. Murray Elmer & Will Pruitt attended the sing at Beach (sic) Grove Sunday
  • M/M MP Rushing spent Sunday at Beach Grove
  • John Campbell & Jannie Dukes of Ponce de Leon passed through enroute to Red Bay
  • Collie Bowden called here Wednesday night
  • NA McLeod & children, of Red Bay visited relatives & friends Sunday week
  • Rev RQ Baker will preach at the Valley church next first Saturday & Sunday
  • Hon JA Hussey here on business week before last
  • Mr Cannon of Lock Hart visited GL Pouncey & family here, Sunday

 

Ganer, Ala.

  • Charlie Howell & GA Vaughn attended church from Vanghville (sic)
  • Perry Corner made his usual trip to Darlington Sunday
  • Miss Cora Purvis & Miss Padgett visited Dr. Brown Sunday where a large crowd came for a singing
  • Mr Bullard & Miss Lee Sutton, of Darlington attended church here Sunday
  • “We were much surprised Sunday morning when we learned that Miss Charety Cook and Miss Menervia Commander had married.”

 

Road Meeting

Chas. Gordon, Kenneth McCaskill, H Thornber, JE Graves and others with automobiles met the road overseers and others at the depot and took them to the convict camp about 2 miles south of town. Hon J Ed Williams, Vice Pres. Of the State Good Roads Assoc. addressed the crowd about the value of good roads and the work being done in Escambia Co. RW Storrs and RG Christian, who is in charge of this road and those in Sumter Co., GA, spoke as well.

Demonstrations of road grading equipment and methods; facilities at the camp were viewed. Overseers were very interested and took home valuable and useful information.

 

Local News

  • AE Gamage, of Chicago, visited REL McCaskill
  • Mr. McAllister, of the West Florida Grocery was here Tuesday on business
  • MV Buskin, of Pensacola, returned last Saturday night after spend several days here with friends
  • Dr Thompson will make improvements to his house on 11th street
  • Miss Amie Copeland leaves for Enterprise, Ala. For a short vacation with relatives and friends
  • Chas Crehore left for his home in Elyria, Ohio last Friday, Mrs. Corehore accompanying him as far as Pensacola for a day’s stay, returning here till May
  • HJ Brett bought interest 8n the New Home Turpentine Co. and will move his family here
  • John Watters of Apple Creek, Ohio, uncle of Mr. Storrs is here on visit, came to this office Monday where he met his old friend, Mr. Munn, who he had not seen in nearly 50 years
  • Dothan papers reported death of former DeFuniak resident, Jeff Walton – died there Sunday
  • Frank Richbourg and other candidates here Saturday
  • The Young Ladies’ Missionary Society of the Presbyterian Church will hold a Tea at Mrs. Robt. McCaskill’s
  • HJ Henderson, of Gaskin was here politicking for seat on School Board Saturday
  • Miss Edna Meigs & Dr. SP Strong of Freeport wed. She is daughter of M/M SK Meigs and the wedding was held at their house. The couple left afterward for Freeport where they will make their home.
  • Prof. WE Bell was in town Saturday
  • Mrs. Mendheind and daughters, Cora & Irene, of Dothan, Mrs. Ed Nix and Mrs JT Seen of Troy are guests of JH Senn, this week

 

For Sale

  • MG Murphy, Glendale, Fla. – 3 town lots
  • LH Cawthon – small house 160 acres, 1 mile from town
  • TJ Whitehurst, Laurel Hill – cabbage plants

 

Contributed by Mary Ellen Wexler

The Breeze – March 28, 1912 – Advertisements

Advertisements

  • Murray’s
  • The First National Bank, DeFuniak Springs, Fla.
  • Hartford Insurance, Chas. Murray, Jr., McCaskill Bldg.
  • Beach-Rogers & Co., lumber, shingles, paint
  • F & AM Defuniak Lodge #170, Wm Rogers, Sec., JR Brown, W.M.
  • JL Edwards, Gen. Merchandise, Glendale
  • Choctawhatchee Lumber Company, general merchandise, near Pt. Washington
  • DeFuniak Furniture Co., McCaskill Block – Farm and Delivery Wagons
  • Circle Store, fresh groceries, shoes
  • RS Inge asks Ice customers to pay up
  • Empire Launder, Douglass & McKinnon
  • City Pressing Club, James Horne, Prop., DeFuniak
  • DH Simmons, MD, Phys, Surgeon, DeFuniak Drug Co.
  • DG McLeod, Attorney, Gillis Building
  • Dr. JD Rayborn, Phys, Surgeon, Rooms 12 & 14 McCaskill Block
  • Dr. H Cawthon, dentist, Ofc in McCaskill Block, DeFuniak Springs
  • WT Bludworth, Atty. 6th Street
  • HE Wickersham, Funeral Director, Licensed Embalmer, DeFuniak Springs
  • CE Thompson, MD, McLean Building
  • Dr. CB McKinnon, Phys, Surgeon
  • Parker & Company Next to First National Bank, Clothing
  • The Racket, shoes & clothing, WK Jennings, prop.
  • The Pure Food Store, Douglass & McKinnon
  • WL Cawthon, Banker, DeFuniak Springs
  • Landrum’s Drug Store
  • Sanitary Plumbing, Rudolph Rogers, DeFuniak Springs
  • Buckeye Laundry, GA Reisinger, Prop.
  • City Market, meats, HP Prescott, Prop.
  • Dr. TG Yates, Optician
  • Magnolia Camp #10 – WOW, meets at Odd Fellows Hall
  • Mutual Life Ins. Co, Campbell & Morrison, Agents
  • Palmer College, DeFuniak Springs
  • Southern States Life Insur. Co., Burton B. Murray, General Agent, DeFuniak Springs
  • OPCH (One Price Cash House), clothing & material, McCaskill Block, DeFuniak
  • Ralph E Phillips, auctions lots on West End
  • Chas. F. Turner, DeFuniak Springs, selling Real Estate

 

Contributed by Mary Ellen Wexler

The Breeze – March 21, 1912 – Publication notices

Notices for Publication

3rd notice – Joseph Davis, Deerland; HE# 38102 for E? of NE ¼ and E? of SE ¼, Sec. 22, T3N, R22W to make 5 year proof 28 March 1912; wit.: SR Mason, EM Parker, IA Parker, all of Deerland, WH Swiney of Dorcas; Henry Chubb, Registar

3rd notice – Willie Mabry, Freeport: HE# 37518 fo SE ¼ of SW ¼ and SW ¼ of SE 1/4 , Sec. 5, T1S, R18W to make 5 year proof 28 March 1912; wit.: Reuben Blackshear, Bill Godwin, both of Freeport, Callie Plowden, Mose Howell, both of Bruce; Henry Chubb, Registar

 

Contributed by Mary Ellen Wexler

The Breeze – March 21, 1912 – Political announcements

Political Announcements

  • States Attorney  –  C Moreno Jones, photo; Hon. John P Stokes, of Pensacola bio, photo
  • Congress – Claude L’Engle, photo; Emmett Wilson, photo; Wm W Flournoy,  extensive ad and photo
  • Comm. Of Agriculture – WA McRae, photo
  • W Gordon Smith, AR Campbell – Clerk of Criminal Court
  • Charles H. Gordon – Clerk, Circuit Court
  • Representative – JF Richbourg
  • School Board – WW Williams, HJ Henderson, John E. Bowers
  • Sheriff – Malcolm McCaskill
  • JM Bell – re-election to Sheriff
  • RQ Baker – Supervisor of Registration
  • State Senator – BH Lindsey, of Bonifay, Daniel Campbell, Daniel Anderson
  • CD Meigs, MR Gray, DW Commander, IS Jones, JJ Ward, Herman Bludworth, JL McLean, WM Infinger  – Co. Commissioner
  • Murray S. Cawthon, James M Laird & JD McCrimmon – Tax Collector
  • WF Jones – County Treasurer
  • WE Parish – County Judge
  • Tax Assessor – JR Anderson, DA Gillis
  • State Superintendent – Hon. WN Sheats
  • County Treasurer – DW Burke
  • Hon. Royal C Dunn – re-election as RR Commissioner
  • County Superintendent of Public Instruction – WE Bell; Daniel N Trotman; John L. McKinnon

 

Road overseers are reminded to come Saturday to review the road work and ask questions of Mr Christian for their future use.

Col. Flournoy spoke at Vernon, Monday & Bonifay Monday night – campaigning for Congress.

 

District Registration Officers

Knox Hill, MP Rushing; Eucheeanna, JD Anderson; Sandy Creek, JW Henderson; Darlington, DD Laird; McDade’s Pond, BF Cockcroft at Paxton; Yelow (sic) River, WC Campbell; Shoal River, WA McCallum; Alaqua, Mack Trotman; Boggy, BP Edge; Portland, Henry Jernigan; Freeport, AD Mayo; Mosy (sic) Bend, WH Kennington; Bruce, JJ Ward; Crestview, JA Richbourg; Ealum, DL Colvin; Gaskin, HJ Henderson; Laurel Hill, RJ Hart; Moores, AA McLean.

 

Notice of Intention to apply for Letters Patent

DeFuniak Hotel Company applies for incorporation. Those involved appear in the 2/12/1912 issue of The Breeze.

 

Application for Pardon

Henry McKnight convicted for murder, William C Hodges Atty. For Petitioner

 

Notice of Dissolution

Meigs Bros: JJ & WF Meigs

 

Circuit Court

Deborah Thomasson, et al, Complainants vs. Frances Hilton, of Newton, Dale Co., AL,  et al, Defendants. [No reason mentioned] Chas. H Gordon, Clk. Cir. Ct.; Miles Warren, Deputy Clk.; WW Clark, Atty. Complainant

 

Notice of Master’s Sale

Third notice  – Five acres to be sold to satisfy verdict in case of John H. Givens vs. John & Connie Buford, 1 April 1912; WD McLean, Special Master; Daniel Campbell & Son, Attys. for plaintiff

 

 

Contributed by Mary Ellen Wexler

The Breeze – March 21, 1912 – Obituaries

OBITUARIES

Mrs. Frank Buchanan passed away in Florala while on her way here from her home in Geneva. Her pregnancy was the reason for her death. She is buried in the village cemetery with her baby.

Mrs Catherine Bishop, the wife of James M Bishop of Argyle, born to M/M Wm. She was born on 15 December 1846. Married 26 March 1869; mother of 5. [Long obituary.]

[Contributed by Mary Ellen Wexler]

The Breeze – March 21, 1912 – General news

GENERAL NEWS

 

 

Chautauqua Day by Day

  • Tom Corwin entertains
  • Dr. Geisel gives educational lectures
  • Next Saturday; Col. Geo. W. Bain gifted speaker; Otterbein Male Quartet
  • Moving Pictures at the Auditorium, instruct and amuse
  • Lecture by Dr. Atkinson. Tuesday night, on “Makers of the French Revolution” points at way our country could go
  • Dr. Geisel lectured on “new paper bag cooking”.
  • Superintendent Bruce arranged for the celebrated “Drummer Boy of the Rappahannock” to play next Saturday

 

Neighborhood News Items

Tioga

  • Measles over, here
  • Mis Mary Ellen Chamberlain is visiting her grandmother and aunt in Red Bay
  • DC Anderson & wife visited at Mrs. Chamberlain’s Saturday night
  • Joe Howard was visiting his little children here Sat. & Sun.
  • Tom Chamberlain & wife attended Chautauqua, Saturday
  • The Messrs McCall & EW Chamberlain were in DeFuniak, Saturday
  • WL Anderson & wife visited Mrs. Anderson’s father Sunday
  • Mrs. WJ Ward’s sister, Estelle spent last week with her
  • Mr. & Mrs. McCall, Edgar & Miss Maggie Chamberlain attended preaching at Red Bay. EW Chamberlain visited Dan Morris who has been ill with fever for some time
  • Mrs. Chamberlain’s family is over the measles, though all are weak

 

Niceville

  • M/M GW Allen, Mrs. Smith, JM Jordan & Joel E Allen, of Garnier’s spent Saturday night and Sunday here
  • John A Early died Monday at 4:30, after a long illness and was buried in Rocky Cemetery Tuesday evening, He leaves a wife, seven children and a host of friends to mourn his death.
  • JE Allen left Wednesday morning for Panama City where he will stay a while
  • Herbert Moller went to Pensacola Saturday, returning Tuesday
  • WJ Hailey left for Wausau Tuesday to accept a position in a store
  • HB Moller & H May went to Laurel Hill Tuesday
  • M/M JB Sutton of Laurel Hill visited relatives here this week
  • M/M JL Heath, M/M JB Sutton & Joe E Allen made a trip to Camp Walton Sunday evening
  • BH Sutton made a business trip to Crestview, Wednesday evening


 

  • Robert Truart is now with the Dixie Drug Co.
  • Mr. Eddy would like to know something of the man who formerly lived here by the name of Samuel L. Street. Does anyone know more about him?
  • This issue has many political announcements and editorials.
  • County Agricultural Agents had a 2-day meeting here. Present were: State Agent Meherg, Dist. Agent WL Watson, County Agents, J Ham of Holmes, CE Pledgeer of Jackson, GA Danley of Washington, JA Urquhart of Santa Rosa, DR McQuarrie of Escambia& JC Smith of Walton.

Local News

  • Millard Owens of Bonifay, was here Saturday
  • Ten yards of calico, 35 cents at the OPCH
  • Ben Morris of Clayroy, here Monday
  • Dr. DL Campbell builds new addition to his house on east side of town
  • TW Hentz, of Marrianna visited his sister Miss allieHtof the primary dept. of the grammar school, Saturday
  • State Convict Inspector Ferrall was here Monday
  • Miss Erma Ecker visits her aunt Mre. REL McCaskill
  • Dave Donaldson, of  Freeport was business visitor here last Saturday
  • Lanznar’s Orchestra provided music for the dance at the Armory hall Monday night
  • Will Mapoles, of Laurel Hill News, candidate for Reprsentative visited here, Saturday
  • First National Bank stock for sale
  • BP Edge, of Niceville was here Saturday
  • 2 Colored convicts in the road gang died last week
  • Allen’s Minstrels next Monday night
  • Mr. Smith, of the Madison, S.D., Chautauqua has been an interested visitor here the past week
  • EH Miller, up from Freeport, Tuesday tells us politics are quiet in the bay country
  • M/M M McCaskill have gone to Hosford to take charge of the Hotel there
  • Judge Daniel Campbell returned Saturday from campaign trip to Holmes County
  • The Junior Christian Endeavor will have a birthday party at the home of Mrs HE Wickersham, Friday, March 22 from 4 to 6.
  • Principal HJ Rogers is able to be at his post at the High School again
  • “You will laff and grow phat if you attend the minsterl show Monday night.”
  • Knowles Hyer and Miss Dalay Hyer visited M/M Jas. Muldon, Saturday & Sunday
  • CH Nundle, of Hillsdale, Ill., was here Saturday and may come down next fall to spend the winter
  • JJ Raughton takes orders at Laird’s store for fire wood
  • Amos Lewis of Marianna and a bevy of  young ladies were guests at the Hotel Chautauqua, Saturday
  • Miss Bonnie Burnham, society editress of the Pensacola Journal is expected here Saturday
  • Hon. WH Milton, strong candidate for Governor, was here Friday and Saturday
  • RN Tarance, Supervisor of Registration says registration books will be open 3 days 18 March- 14 April.
  • Pleasant Ridge Church to hold Graves Association meeting 30-31 March. Mentioned: Rev. John R. Anderson; Rev. D. Anderson; Rev. JP Sauls; MG Morrison; Rev. SJ Catts, PM Scott; Rev DT Arrant, Rev, JE West; JW Baker; CD Frink.

 

Contributed by Mary Ellen Wexler

The Breeze – March 21, 1912 – Advertisements

ADVERTISEMENTS

 

  • Murray’s
  • The First National Bank, DeFuniak Springs, Fla.
  • Hartford Insurance, Chas. Murray, Jr., McCaskill Bldg.
  • Beach-Rogers & Co., lumber, shingles, paint
  • JL Edwards, Gen. Merchandise, Glendale
  • Choctawhatchee Lumber Company, general merchandise, near Pt. Washington
  • DeFuniak Furniture Co., McCaskill Block – Farm and Delivery Wagons
  • Buckeye Laundry, GA Reisinger, Prop.
  • F & AM Defuniak Lodge #170, Wm Rogers, Sec., JR Brown, W.M.
  • Circle Store, fresh groceries, shoes
  • RS Inge asks Ice customers to pay up
  • Empire Launder, Douglass & McKinnon
  • City Pressing Club, James Horne, Prop., DeFuniak
  • DH Simmons, MD, Phys, Surgeon, DeFuniak Drug Co.
  • Dr. JD Rayborn, Phys, Surgeon, Rooms 12 & 14 McCaskill Block
  • Dr. H Cawthon, dentist, Ofc in McCaskill Block, DeFuniak Springs
  • WT Bludworth, Atty. 6th Street
  • HE Wickersham, Funeral Director, Licensed Embalmer, DeFuniak Springs
  • CE Thompson, MD, McLean Building
  • Dr. CB McKinnon, Phys, Surgeon
  • DG McLeod, Attorney, Gillis Building
  • New Business – Parker & Company Next to First National Bank, Clothing
  • The Racket, shoes & clothing, WK Jennings, prop.
  • The Pure Food Store, Douglass & McKinnon
  • WL Cawthon, Banker, DeFuniak Springs
  • City Market, meats, HP Prescott, Prop.
  • Dr. TG Yates, Optician
  • Magnolia Camp #10 – WOW, meets at Odd Fellows Hall
  • Landrum’s Drug Store
  • Sanitary Plumbing, Rudolph Rogers, DeFuniak Springs
  • Mutual Life Ins. Co, Campbell & Morrison, Agents
  • Palmer College, DeFuniak Springs
  • Southern States Life Insur. Co., Burton B. Murray, General Agent, DeFuniak Springs
  • OPCH (One Price Cash House), clothing & material, McCaskill Block, DeFuniak
  • Chas. F. Turner, DeFuniak Springs, selling Real Estate
  • DeFuniak Drug Store, the Rexall Store

 

Contributed by Mary Ellen Wexler

The Breeze – March 14, 1912 – Publication notices

Notices for Publication

2nd notice – Joseph Davis, Deerland; HE# 38102 for E of NE ¼ and E of SE ¼, Sec. 22, T3N, R22W to make 5 year proof 28 March 1912; wit.: SR Mason, EM Parker, IA Parker, all of Deerland, WH Swiney of Dorcas; Henry Chubb, Registar.

 

2nd notice – Willie Mabry, Freeport: HE# 37518 fo SE ¼ of SW ¼ and SW ¼ of SE 1/4 , Sec. 5, T1S, R18W to make 5 year proof 28 March 1912; with Reuben Blackshear, Bill Godwin, both of Freeport, Callie Plowden, Mose Howell, both of Bruce; Henry Chubb, Registar.

 

Notice of Master’s Sale

Second notice — Five acres to be sold to satisfy verdict in case of John H. Givens vs. John & Connie Buford, 1 April 1912; WD McLean, Special Master; Daniel Campbell & Son, Attys. for plaintiff

 

Contributed by Mary Ellen Wexler

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