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The Breeze – May 30, 1912 – Publication notice

PUBLICATION NOTICE

 

 

Notice of Publication

Robert Russ, of Argyle; HD #37517 for N ¼ of SW ¼, SW ¼ of SW ¼ and NW ¼ of SE ¼ Sec. 18, T1N, R18W, to make final proof12 June 1912; with R. Simmons of DeFuniak Springs, Grimes McNeil, James Fletcher, Richard Manning, all of Freeport.

 

Contributed by Mary Ellen Wexler

The Breeze – May 30, 1912 – Political announcements

POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

 

Notice of Special Master’s Sale [This bankruptcy is connected with that of the Boggy Mill and has several notices in the paper which should be read in their entirety by anyone with ties to EV Crawford, wife Kate or any of the names listed below.]

Lands to be sold 1 July to satisfy Bankruptcy of Consolidated Land & Lumber and TL Grant, Trustee; on section of which is known as the KT Whitmire land; another has a 20-year lease to Garnier’s Naval Stores Co. for Turpentine still quarters; Mill and fixtures on Boggy Bayou, bought of Mr. Eden; fixtures from Boggy Mill Co. & gasoline Launch “Marie;” D Stuart Gillis, Special Master; WW Flournoy, Atty. For Plaintiff [portions of this sale describing other lands lie on other pages of this newspaper and are of much interest to those studying the history of the area]. Others named in the suit are SS Spence and Mary his wife, DP McKenzie and Louise his wife, EV Crawford and Kate his wife of Boggy Mill Corp. & WK Hyer, Jr. Trustee and TL Gaunt, Trustee in Bankruptcy for Consolidated Land & Lumber

 

Notice of Special Master’s Sale

Foreclosure in favor of RM Cary against AD Morrison & wife, Flora C., ME Clark trustee, MM Morrison & Chrissie his wife and AD Morrison guardian for MM Morrison. Sale to be held first Monday in July 1912; AG Campbell Special Master; Blount, Blount & Carter Attys for Plaintiff

 

Notice of Special Master’s Sale

JB Jenkins & TH Earley partners vs. JA McGowan; McGowan’s items to be sold 1 July; D Stuart Gillis Spec. Master; Campbell & Son Atty for Complainant.

 

Town Tax Sale [Properties are described, so one may find out the probability of where they lived; also, as many women are named, one may find that they have recently become widows. Reading the original may be helpful, Ed.]

The following people owe taxes and properties will be sold if they are not paid by 1 July 1912:

1911 taxes -Mrs. E Shugart, FQ Tervin, Mrs. VV Chaffin, Mrs SE Cummings, AI Seckart, Mrs. MC Shields, Mrs ME Barnes, Mrs. EL Penn, WO Sheppard, LE Tappan, EPMader, HW Thomas, W L Adams, John McLeod, Presbyterian Church, LG Tappan, Mary McRae, Con. Naval Stores, Mrs. Ella Burk, Mrs Sharah (sic) Sheldon, Ellis White, Robt. Brunson, Wm. Wright, AP Martin, RH Adams, John H Lairs, Bert Powell, WA Winslett, Bert Powell, Robt. Brinson, Lula Wilson, Walton Land & Lumber Co., F Roulach, Emma McRae, F Richardson, Harvey Wimes, AJ Wadkins, JD Grider, WH Wilson, ??  Steele, Eva Young, Cary Jones, Wilkerson & Henderson, C Gipson, CE Campbell, ?? Gray, GW Merchant, West Fla. Fair Assoc., Mrs. WS Teas, West Fla Chautauqua Assoc., Henry Watson, IF Crenshaw, JE McBroom, Dr. HW Thomas, RP Bludworth, Fannie Manning, John Little, Mrs. N Sowell, Jane Smith, Geo. W Ward, Geo W Davis, WW Flournoy, JW Campbell, Medora Monroe, OM Stanley, Chas Crawford, JO Bradshaw

 

1910 – VV Thomas, Mrs. MC Shields, HW Thomas, DW Burke, JR Wilson, GC Dreyer, Sarah Shields, John H Laird, Robt. Brinson, Lizzie Harrison, F Rowlach, F Richardson, MA Warren, Henry Wilkerson,Sarah Gray, West Fla. Fair Assoc., Amanda Green, WL Smith, MW Thomas, AG Douglass, Fannie Manning, RG Stewart, RH Dryer, LM Hoyt, JW Fahmholtz, SG Smith, Catherine Woodward, Geo McQuilla, Geo W Davis, Palmer College, Medera Monroe, NL McLeod, Mrs. HW Thomas

 

1909 – FQ Tervin, Mrs Margaret Shugart, Adams Bros., MC Shields, RW Storrs, WT May, WL Adams, Episcopal Church, Mrs. Sarah Stallings, Frank Evans, AP Martin, DeFuniak Telephone Co.,  WF McCormack, MTW Cawthon, Robt. Brinson, Jno. H Laird, F Richardson, F Rolack, Emma McRae, CF Turner, JD Grider, LK Jackson, West Fla. Fair Assoc., Mrs. WS Teas, Mrs. Jessie Miller, Amanda Green, WL Smith, Lucious Hubbard, RP Bludworth, Henry Taylor, JB Morrison, Fannie Manning, AG Stuart, WL McNeal, Davis & Rose, LN Hoyt, Catherine Woodward, James Mowatt, Hattie N Richfield, Geo W Davis, WW Flournoy, Medora Monroe, JT Stubbs, HW Thomas, Geo McQuilla.

ED Wesrter, Tax Collector The Town of DeFuniak Springs.

 

Contributed by Mary Ellen Wexler

The Breeze – May 30, 1912 – General news

GENERAL NEWS

 

 

Happenings In our Neighboring Villages

 

Rev. JT Mapoles, editor of the Milton Star was here Tuesday, visiting son, WH

 

Knox Hill

  • Still more of the residents on the east side are putting in phones
  • GB Smith, Mason Rushing, Leon Reeves were carpentering at Ponce de Leon last week
  • Ice cream supper to raise money to paint school house, held at Pleasant Valley Saturday night was well attended. Spekers: EH Miller, Dan Trotman, H Bludworth, AL Campbell, MP Rushing
  • Alwin Gillis was at home the first part of the week
  • Malcom Morrison visited WM Smith, Saturday night
  • John Ray, previously working in Drewry, Ala., is home again
  • Rev. Peacock spoke Thursday night at the Pleasant Valley school house
  • John Chamberlan visited last week
  • M/M JD Anderson and little nephew, Neil Emory Campbell of Eucheeanna spent Sunday with CA Campbell and sister, Mrs. Belle Brownell here
  • Rev. RQ Baker preached at Knox Hill Academy Friday night
  • AL Campbell was here campaigning Saturday afternoon
  • WH Elmer, Jr., who spent a few months in Lynn Haven, is spending summer here with M/M MP Elmer
  • John A Ray & John A Gillis attended closing exercise of Palmer College at DeFuniak
  • Miss Jeanette Campbell at Eucheeanna home, hosted party Thursday, attending were: Misses Kate Gillis, Laura Pouncy, Corrinnet, Ida and Sallie Ray, Mssrs. Oliver Pouncy, WC Gillis, John Ray.
  • Alvin & Angus Gillis, John & Dan Ray are fishing today
  • JA Hardy got sick at Mr. Gillis’ and could not complete the rest of his mail route on his motorcycle, Saturday
  • M/M Murray Elmer enjoyed new home-raised roasting ears for dinner Sunday
  • MP Rushing and family and Thelma Gillis attended singing at Beech Grove, Sunday

 

A Convict Killed

A Trustee at the Basin stole a suit of clothes and a pistol and led folks on a wild chase, ultimately taking a load of buckshot from Mr. Shuler. Mentioned in the article are: “little Joe Turner,” Capt. Reese, Stealie Preacher. As the Negro fired at Shuler, Justifiable Homicide was ruled in the shooting

Alex Goins, pleaded to manslaughter in 4 year-old case Thursday, and was sentenced to 4 years

$10 reward – TC Kenington, of Ponce De Leon,  offers reward for watch stolen from him 17 May 1912

Daniel N Trotman announces teachers Exams to be given and the books to be tested on

 

Local News

  • Dr Davis Cawthon returned from Atlanta, Sunday
  • George Ward came home from Wausau to vote
  • Col. Flournoy left on business for Chicago, Tuesday night
  • Mrs. OA Watson is visiting son WH in Pensacola
  • JJ Raughton offers wood for sale at Laird’s store
  • WCTU to meet at Mrs. CA Landrum’s, Saturday
  • Howard Thalimer is back from attending University at Gainesville
  • Former County Judge CO Andrews visited old friends here first of the week
  • Col. Flournoy was in Quincy Monday, bidding on the new court house bonds issued by that county
  • BH Lindsey spoke to DeFuniak voters Monday night
  • AF Paderick continues to offer house on Live Oak Ave. for sale or rent
  • Mrs. CE Morgan and niece, Miss Ruth Wylie, left for their home in West Virginia, Tuesday
  • Misses Ethel & Gladys Bludworth visiting brother Herman in Eucheeanna
  • JT McKinnon offers pigs for sale
  • Franklin Henderson visited this office Tuesday
  • Bloom & Wadsworth offer ironing services
  • Mrs. Storrs and her 2 little girls are at St. Andrews, she is improving in health
  • Mr Chapman holds preaching at Universalist church Sunday
  • Jeff Perdue seems to be doing well in Panama City where we saw him last Saturday
  • Ted Balkom, Union, Fla. Offers six-year old mare for sale
  • Burrus Cawthon building addition to his house on the circle, his wife left last night to visit her parents in Texas
  • Supt. Saltmarsh & Atty. AC Blount in Tallahassee last week trying to secure changes on train shed planned here
  • Capt. JD Gray’s body was brought here from Gulfport, Miss. For burial in the village cemetery under auspices of local camp of Woodmen
  • Frank Bludworth, Jr. won first prize in essay contest on Electricity by National Electric Light Assoc. Prize will be trip to their meeting in Seattle
  • Leroy Tappan left early this week to build a brick dry kiln for the Graves Lumber Co., at Hosford
  • Dr. CB McKinnon gave reception Thursday for graduates of Palmer College
  • MG Murphy, Glendale, offers town lots for sale
  • Walton Co. Abstract & Real Estate Co. offers house and 25 acres of land in DeFuniak Springs for sale
  • The library thanks friends for donated books: Mrs. Ben Noyes, Mrs WL Cawthon, Mrs Hanns, Chas. Murray, Jr, Mr. Burdick, Mrs Schwinkler, Mrs JM Reynolds, Francis Hulbert, Mrs. Colver.

 

 

Contributed by Mary Ellen Wexler

The Breeze – May 30, 1912 – Advertisements

ADVERTISEMENTS

 


  • Murray’s
  • The First National Bank, DeFuniak Springs, Fla.
  • M & H Auto Company, DeFuniak Springs
  • Brush Runabout, auto, REL McCaskill, sales agent
  • Inter-State Fair Assoc., Pensacola, NJ Lillard, Sec. & Gen. Mgr.
  • City Pressing Club, James Horne, Prop., DeFuniak
  • Hartford Insurance, Chas. Murray, Jr., McCaskill Bldg.
  • RS Inge asks Ice customers to pay up
  • DeFuniak Furniture Co., McCaskill Block – Farm and Delivery Wagons
  • Landrum’s Drug Store
  • Empire Laundry, Douglass & McKinnon
  • City Market, meats, HP Prescott, Prop.
  • Dixie Drug Company
  • The Quality Store, Parker & Company Next to First National Bank, Clothing
  • F & AM Defuniak Lodge #170, Wm Rogers, Sec., JR Brown, W.M.
  • Dr. CB McKinnon, Phys, Surgeon
  • HE Wickersham, Funeral Director, Licensed Embalmer, DeFuniak Springs
  • 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
  • Dr. TG Yates, Optician
  • WT Bludworth, Atty. 6th Street
  • CE Thompson, MD, McLean Building
  • Magnolia Camp #10, WOW
  • The Racket, WK Jennings, Prop.
  • WL Cawthon, Banker, DeFuniak Springs
  • The Pure Food Store, Douglass & McKinnon
  • Sanitary Plumbing, Rudolph Rogers, DeFuniak Springs
  • DeFuniak Springs Sanitarium
  • Beach-Rogers & Co., lumber, shingles, paint
  • Palmer College, DeFuniak Springs
  • Buckeye Laundry, GA Reisinger, Prop.
  • Co-Operative Automobile Agency, McCaskill Block
  • DeFuniak Furniture Company, DD McCaskill, Mgr.

 

Contributed by Mary Ellen Wexler

The Breeze – May 9, 1912 – Publication notices

PUBLICATION NOTICES

 

 

Notice of Publication

Albert D. Stanley of Freeport, HD #07?40, SE ¼ of NE ¼ sec 15, T1S, R19W, to make final proof 2 May 1912; witnesses: HE Adams, LW Melvin, RJ Burnham, HG Stanley, all of Freeport; Henry S. Chubb, Register

 

Robert Russ, of Argyle; HD #37517 for N ¼ of SW ¼, SW ¼ of SW ¼ and NW ¼ of SE ¼ Sec. 18, T1N, R18W, to make final proof12 June 1912; wit.: R?? Simmons of DeFuniak Springs, ?? , Grimes McNeil, James Fletcher, Richard Manning, all of Freeport

 

Deborah Thomasson, et al, complainants vs. Frances Hilton, et al, Defendants; Frances Hilton of Newton, Dale Co., Ala.  Ordered to appear in court 23 April 1912

 

Contributed by Mary Ellen Wexler

The Breeze – May 9, 1912 – Political announcements

POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

 

Notice of Special Master’s Sale

Sale of property to satisfy ruling on case of Bank of Laurel Hill, a corporation vs Davis and Mary L Clary, deed at cost of purchaser, on 6 May 1912; D Stuart Gillis, Special Master

 

Application for Pardon

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

 

Notice of Dissolution

Meigs Bros: JJ & WF Meigs

 

Contributed by Mary Ellen Wexler

The Breeze – May 9, 1912 – General news

GENERAL NEWS

 

 

Happenings in our Neighboring Villages

 

Pleasant Hill

  • Miss Daisie L Foreman, of Perate (sic), Ala. is spending a few days with her Uncle, WA Jernigan.
  • Riley Bass, who has been working at JN Booths leaves for his home in Ala., Monday.
  • All day sing at Davis School House, Sunday the 4th
  • WF  and DH Arnett & Giley Mason called at A Jernigans, Sunday
  • WJH Matthews called at WF Arnett’s Sunday evening
  • Hardy Davis called at AD Ward’s Sunday
  • Rev. Riley will preach at Pleasant Hill, Sunday

 

Bruce

  • Miss Callie Ward teaches here satisfactorily
  • Misses Lillie & Laura Ward are at home for a while
  • Ralph Snowden came from DeFuniak to visit home folks
  • Mrs ER Ward, of Freeport, spends the week with her mother at JJ Ward’s
  • M/M NS Townsend were shopping here Monday
  • John F Silcox has moved here
  • WA Ward was in Washington Co. last week
  • WF Commander was over from Ebro, Monday on business
  • M/M Cb Ward were here on business, Monday
  • Mr. Joe Ward is still confined to her bed for over a year at home of her sone JJ Ward
  • Dr. Strong was called to see John Bozeman’s wife and baby last week. Mrs. Bozemanis improving, but the baby died Saturday night
  • Henry Rogers continues to show “Hard Sense” in running the school – long article.

 

Local News

  • AJ Loudermilk came up from Pt. Washington, Monday
  • RE McCaskill was in Pensacola Monday & Tuesday
  • WF Croft was in Crestview on business Sunday night
  • CA Moreland of the Brown Hotel was in Pensacola, Monday
  • “If feed goes much higher the dairymen will have to raise the price or dilute the milk.”
  • Doctor Adams & John Henderson of Glendale were here Monday
  • Henry Jernigan was here Monday on his way to Veteran’s reunion in Macon
  • MC Braswell is back from Florala where he ran a lunch stand during the Chautauqua
  • Unusual number attended the Commissioner’s meeting Monday.
  • Col. Flournoy left last night for Jacksonville meeting of State Executive Committee
  • WK Jennings bought the Saunders cottage just west of Mrs/ Mannings and will move in soon
  • Dr. Frank Cawthon has caught the fishing fever
  • JW Kelly of Portland was here Monday
  • WH Kennington of Red Bay was here Monday
  • NO Straughn of Florala was here first of the week
  • Quarterman McCaskill was here on business Monday
  • EW Richardson has opened a colored grocery store in the east end of town
  • M/M Herman Bludworth of Eucheeanna were in town Monday
  • AF Paderick continues to offer his house for rent or sale
  • JT McKinnon continues to offer pur bred Jersey Duroc pigs for sale
  • Joe Allen of the Breeze has the measles.
  • Major Harley Cawthon & Lt. Stinson are attending school for officers at St Augustine this week
  • Mr Biddle, chairman of the street committee, is having work done on the streets
  • Miss Gladys Storrs had a birthday party with 25 friends, Tuesday afternoon
  • Theo. Tharp now with the Crown Bottling Works at DeFuniak Springs came up Tuesday and spent Wednesday here with friends and relatives – Chipley Verdict
  • Rev. ACS Smythe purchased the WB McLeod farm east of town and will reside there with his sons, who will arrive about the first of the year
  • Dr & Mrs. WG Wade, spending winter with Capt. & Mrs. Lason, returned to their home in Monmouth, Maine thi week
  • County Commissioners: Monday approved firearms bonds for JW Taunton & JH Poole; notary bonds for SK Gillis & JH Warren; referring pension application of JE Owens to the UVC for examination; paid Dan Geohagan $25 for road right of way.
  • M/M MA Warren and daughter Myrtie held a graduation party for the seniors of Walton High School
  • Complete results of first Democratic primary, 30 April 1912 is printed.

 

Meeting of Ex. Comm.

Voting canvass – lengthy article; people named: SK Miller, WP Balkom, Peck Cawthon, Mr. McCrimmon, JG Churchwell, NO Straughn, JK Spradley, JD Howell, Herman Bludworth, Campbell, Henderson, Jeff Richbourg, Col. Steele, CD Meigs Mapoles

City Council meeting: ordinance regarding pool rooms – fixed age at 18 and laid out rules for operation. Sales of soft drinks, etc. on Sunday was tabled till next meeting. Delinquent taxes sale set for first Monday in July. Police docket addressed

The Schooner Thos. W. Knight, employed by Standard Oil, is at Pt. Tampa for a couple of weeks while Capt. TL Parrish visits home folks.

JH Richbourg thanks for support in vote and reminds public that he will be in second primary and asks for support, then; several others did same.

Teacher’s exams will be held at High School 4 June 1912 – books are listed from which questions will be asked

FT Nolin, one of Darlington’s leading farmers, in town Monday says the rain is hampering planting as well as ruing crops.

 

Contributed by Mary Ellen Wexler

The Breeze – May 9, 1912 – Advertisements

ADVERTISEMENTS

 

 

  • Murray’s
  • The First National Bank, DeFuniak Springs, Fla.
  • M & H Auto Company, DeFuniak Springs
  • Circle Store, fresh groceries, shoes
  • Buckeye Laundry, GA Reisinger, Prop.
  • Dr. TG Yates, Optician
  • F & AM Defuniak Lodge #170, Wm Rogers, Sec., JR Brown, W.M.
  • The Racket, WK Jennings, Prop.
  • Beach-Rogers & Co., lumber, shingles, paint
  • Palmer College, DeFuniak Springs
  • Sanitary Plumbing, Rudolph Rogers, DeFuniak Springs
  • Mutual Life Ins. Co, Campbell & Morrison, Agents
  • Parker & Company Next to First National Bank, Clothing
  • 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
  • CE Thompson, MD, McLean Building
  • Dr. CB McKinnon, Phys, Surgeon
  • HE Wickersham, Funeral Director, Licensed Embalmer, DeFuniak Springs
  • Magnolia Camp #10, WOW
  • The Pure Food Store, Douglass & McKinnon
  • WL Cawthon, Banker, DeFuniak Springs
  • Hartford Insurance, Chas. Murray, Jr., McCaskill Bldg.
  • Co-Operative Automobile Agency, McCaskill Block, DeFuniak Springs, Fla.
  • City Pressing Club, James Horne, Prop., DeFuniak
  • JL Edwards, Gen. Merchandise, Glendale
  • Choctawhatchee Lumber Company, general merchandise, near Pt. Washington
  • DeFuniak Furniture Co., McCaskill Block – Farm and Delivery Wagons
  • RS Inge asks Ice customers to pay up
  • Empire Laundry, Douglass & McKinnon
  • City Market, meats, HP Prescott, Prop.
  • Landrum’s Drug Store
  • OPCH (One Price Cash House), clothing & material, McCaskill Block, DeFuniak
  • Rexall Drug Store

 

[This issue shows is full of thank you’s for votes and pleas for votes in the next primary, not transcribed; Ed.]

 

Contributed by Mary Ellen Wexler

The Breeze – May 2, 1912 – Political announcements

POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

 

Application for Pardon

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

 

Notice of Dissolution

Meigs Bros: JJ & WF Meigs

 

Notice of Special Master’s Sale

Sale of property to satisfy ruling on case of Bank of Laurel Hill, a corporation vs Davis and Mary L Clary, deed at cost of purchaser, on 6 May 1912; D Stuart Gillis, Special Master

 

Notice of Sheriff’s Sale

Sheriff, JM Bell to sell lands to satisfy ruling in case of RL Studebaker vs. Melissa Niles, et al, on 6 May 1912.

 

 

Contributed by Mary Ellen Wexler

The Breeze – May 2, 1912 – General news

GENERAL NEWS

 

 

Local News

  • N McGuire went to Florala, Saturday
  • NS Townsend was up from Antioch, Saturday
  • Quarterman McCaskill was here from Freeport, Monday
  • WT Bludworth had the mumps last week
  • WL Cawthon & RG Christian went to the Basin to fish, last week
  • Will Laird writes that he likes Arizona, but misses Florida
  • FJ White was here last week looking after the well of the ice plant
  • JI Langley brought some beautiful specimens of petrified wood to town Monday morning
  • M/M Wallce Bruce left Tuesday for their summer home in Brooklyn, NY. He is in much better health than when he came down in the fall.
  • Mr. Mitchell the erecting engineer at the ice plant should have things running well in about 3 weeks
  • M/M Kenneth Bruce will leave on July 13th to spend the summer in Scotland and Europe where Mr Bruce will gather material for a series of illustrated lectures
  • CD Frink was here Monday
  • CL Choate left for his homein Tallahassee Monday morning
  • Miss Ethel Senn returned Sunday from Troy & Montgomery, visiting relatives
  • ME Johnson, Dr. Stephens & JM Reynolds, of Mosseyhead were here Friday night
  • A large number of young men attended the ball near Florala last Friday night
  • WCTU will be held at the home of Mrs. Manning next Saturday at 4PM
  • Roubert (sic) Tourat left the first of the week for Pensacola and returned Wednesday morning
  • CA Stanley was here Monday on his way home from Pensacola where he has been for some time for eye treatment
  • The Dixie Drug Co. is making improvements
  • Dr. CB McKinnon purchas a car from the M & H Auto Co.
  • Mrs. HA Sherman, spending the winter with friend Mrs. HP Lason, left for her home in Ashtabula, Ohio. She was accompanied by her son who was here on short visit
  • EV Nedernach, Ford agent, left last night for Atlanta to bring back WH Butler’s car
  • Malcolm Bruce is planning installation of a water plant on Bruce Creek for electrical power
  • The Princess, by Tennyson, will be given by the BYPU of the DeFuniak Baptist Church, Friday night, May 10. Feature Mrs. Minnie Brown, of DeFuniak & Miss Minnie Tippins of Brewton, Ala. Article by Sidney J Catts

 

Company “K” News Notes

Major Harley Cawthon was assigned command to the Third Battalion, National Guard of Florida. Lt. Stinson was elected to Captain Co. K in his stead. Lt. John J Kennedy, first Lt., Private John McSween Second Lt..  It is noted that Dr. CB McKinnon is Major in the Medical Corps. The commissioned officers will leave next Saturday for St. Augustine to train under officers of the regular army. Their regular encampment will be in Chickamauga in July.

 

For Sale

  • JT McKinnon has 3 pair Duroc Jersey pigs for sale
  • HO Davis, Guardian of Alice Davis, minor to sell property in her behalf (one-third interest), 20 April 1912; Co. Judge, WE Parish

 

Deborah Thomasson, et al, complainants vs. Frances Hilton, et al, Defendants; Frances Hilton of Newton, Dale Co., Ala.  Ordered to appear in court 23 April 1912.

 

Contributed by Mary Ellen Wexler

 

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