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The Breeze – June 27, 1912 – Publication notices

PUBLICATION NOTICES

 

 

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; wit.: R?? Simmons of DeFuniak Springs, ?? , Grimes McNeil, James Fletcher, Richard Manning, all of Freeport

 

Walter MCNeil of DeFuniak, HE #07173 for NW ¼ of NW ¼, Sec. 20, T3S, R18W to make final proof, 1 August 1912; wit.: Lonie Slay, Dan Trotman, A?? Slay, Riley Slay all of DeFuniak; Henry Chubb, Register

 

Phillip Redrick of Santa Rosa, [very hard to read]to make final proof on Lot 1 Section ??, T3S, R20W; witnesses: Albin Anderson, JR Oakley, AR Oakley, StephenW Materson, all of Santa Rosa; Henry Chubb, Register

 

Willis Howard, of DeFuniak Springs, HE #37457 for N ? of NE ¼, Section 28, T3N, R20W; to make final proof 18 July, 1912; wit.: Matthew Nowling, Richard Henderson, John Cawthon of DeFuniak Springs & John Fields of Mossyhead, Florida; Henry Chubb, Register

 

William D Jones HE #07085 for E ¼ of NW ¼ & W ¼ of NE ¼, Sec. 2, T1N, R19W to make final proof 17 July;  wit.: Alex Anderson, Billie Donaldson, Perry A Jones, HA Jones, all of DeFuniak Springs; Henry Chubb, Register

 

Another announcement under this heading

JW Gladwell & MG Murphy dissolve their business Gladwell and Murphy; Gladwell will continue in business

 

 

Contributed by Mary Ellen Wexler

The Breeze – June 27, 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.

 

Contributed by Mary Ellen Wexler

The Breeze – June 27, 1912 – Obituary

Mrs. Minerva Chapin McLane died at her home in DeFuniak Sunday morning about ten o’clock. Fairly long obituary, but no information of interest to researchers – St. Agathas church, Odd Fellows mentioned; “leaves 2 sons & 2 daughters-in-law, grandchildren . . .”.

 

Contributed by Mary Ellen Wexler

The Breeze – June 27, 1912 – General news

GENERAL NEWS

 

 

Gossip by our Correspondents That May or May Not Interest You

 

Niceville

  • BH Sutton left Friday for Crestville and Laurel Hill
  • Dr. Strong of Freeport was here to see Mrs. Edge, Thursday night
  • Mrs. BP Edge has been ill for the past few days but is improving
  • Mrs GW Allen is visiting her cousin Ms. (sic) JM Jordan at Garnier’s this week.
  • WF Hill of Garniers spent a few days at the Rocky Ranger Station
  • Mrs. JL Heath has been very ill for the past few days but is improving
  • M/M RE Nathy (sic) have daughter, born Sunday June 16
  • JH Tison returned Tuesday on the Launch Viola from visit to home folks in Savannah
  • DP McKenzie, BP Edge, JS McKinney went to DeFuniak on business, Sunday, Mr. Edge returned on Monday

 

Eucheeanna

  • Mrs. PV Lindsey is still very sick
  • RL McLendon & family spent the day here Sunday
  • Cassy Davis of DeFuniak was at the sing here Sunday night
  • John & Campbel Morison of Arcadia, were here Saturday night
  • Miss Sarah Ann Casewell is visiting her sister Mrs. Davis at Freeport this week
  • M/M Herman Bludworth visited at Argyle Saturday night and Sunday
  • M/M Albert Lindsey , children and Frank Buihannan (sic) of DeFuniak spent Sundy here
  • M/M Philip Garrett hosted party, Saturday night

 

Pleasant Valley

  • Ezra Moore of Moores’ was at the sing Saturday night
  • Mason Rushing, Leon Reeves and WM Smith were at Ponce de Leon Saturday
  • Miss Mary Gomillion has recently returned from a visit to relatives at Caryville
  • Rev. Peacock has postponed prayer meetings for a few weeks
  • MK Rushing purchased a site in Ponce deLeon from GB Smith on which to put a swa mill
  • Granpa & Granma Reeves of Hartford accompanied by Miss Howell, visited their sons Bascom & Leon here, last week
  • Alex May’s son of Douglas’ Cross Roads regularly bring corn to be milled here
  • Douglas’ Cross Roads – picnic to be held July 3 (southwest of Ponce de Leon, near home of Angus Douglass)

 

Knox Hill

  • Mrs. Senn of DeFuniak visited relatives here last week.
  • Angus McKinnon & Ned Beattiie passed through her Friday
  • WH Elmer of Lynn Haven is visiting relatives here this week
  • JA Gillis visited his grandparents near Ponce de Leon Sunday
  • JA Ray & JA Gillis visited Caryville Saturday
  • Rev. Langley of Bartow, Fla., preached here Monday night
  • Robert Bell & family visited Mrs. MP Rushing last week
  • Miss Kate Gillis & brother Alwin left this morning for the big picnic in Florala
  • M/M Elmer and Miss Salie Rey on business in Ponce de Leon, Monday
  • Alwin Gillis & Casy Davis of DeFuniak visited friends and relatives here Sunday
  • LE Laird & Curry Douglas attended sing Friday night at Knox Hill Academy
  • County Solicitor Campbell reminds county residents that selling of non-necessary items on Sunday is not allowed
  • FQ, Tervin’s mill near Bearhead burned last Thursday evening; loss estimated at $1,000
  • Captain Stinson of Company KFST of DeFuniak Springs organized  a squad, here. Joined: Will Talbot, Robert Davis, Cecil Miller, Rue Tew, Armor Johnson, H Kates, CE Miller, JH Dixon, Price Hickman, Howatd Cox, P Allen, Ed Allen, Will Allen,Horace Dixon, Claude Hollis – Bonifay Advertiser

 

Teacher Assignments

  1. Gaskin – Louis Blount, Dollye King
  2. Paxton – JJ Hathaway, Beatrice Cawthon, Effie K McDonald
  3. Clear Springs – Alma Recket, Bessie McGhee
  4. Laurel Hill – JT Hathaway, Minnie Tippin, Mrs. AL Coleman, Neta Campbell
  5. Ebenezer – Ezra Moore
  6. Magnolia – WF King
  7. Campton – WT Brannon
  8. New Harmony – Kate Gillis
  9. Glendale – Misses FE Gillis, Mary McKinnon, Christian McKinnon
  10. Mossy Head – Minnis Bragg
  11. Silver Springs – Jimmie Lou Burks, JA Gillis
  12. Crestview –  Jimmie Lou Burks
  13. Mt. Olive – Louisa Tappan
  14. Iona – Stealle Preacher, Thelma Gillis
  15. Pleasant Ridge – Frank Miles
  16. Antioch – Annie McDonald
  17. Arcadia – Pallie  Miles
  18. Pleasant Valley – Miss Eppa Jones, Will Wooten
  19. DeFuniak Springs (grammar grades) – Sexton Johnson, Irene McSween. Flora E Gillis, Mary V Boyle, Dollye King, Ruby McConnell, Christian McKinnon
  20. Alaqua, No. 1 – Joe McKinnon, Rae Ackley
  21. Steele – Howard Thalimer
  22. Eucheeanna – Christian Gillis, Harvey Biddle
  23. Mossy Bend – Minnie Tippin
  24. Alice Creek – Callie Ward
  25. Svea – Aubrey Stephens, Lillian Stephens
  26. Boggy – Ross Brown
  27. Portland – CL Trotman, Irene McCallum
  28. Natural Bridge – Malcolm Morrison
  29. Freeport – Lee Smith, Annie McDonald, Ada Campbell, Jennie Campbell
  30. Black Creek – Fena Yent
  31. Seven Runs – Ola Miller
  32. Dorcas – Willie Dowling
  33. Moores – Mabel Moore
  34. Rock Hill – WL Hurst
  35. Beach Grove [sometimes spelled Beech – Ed] – Jeanette Campbell
  36. Juniper Bay – Sarah E Ray
  37. Attica – Ina Kennedy
  38. Sardis – Mrs AG Wyatt
  39. Hulion – Tillman Clifton
  40. Basin – Crma (sic) Mickler
  41. Deerland – Mary V. Boyle
  42. Indian Creek – Laura Beck McConneell (sic)
  43. Darlington – two months, EHS Beall
  44. Pleasant Hill – Ebin Burlison
  45. Tioga – Cleveland Prescott
  46. Ceutral (sic) – Ada Campbell
  47. Union – Minnie Kennedy
  48. Argyle – Christian McDonald
  49. Halford – L Ross Baker
  50. New Home – Minnie Kennedy
  51. Stella – Maggie Colie
  52. Campbell’s Rest – Minnie Bragg, two months
  53. Pond Creek – Nettie Oman
  54. Gum Creek – Evie Oman
  55. Chestnut – Nettie Oman

 

Colored Schools

  1. Macedonia – Lottie M Wilson
  2. Oak Grove – Grant Campbell
  3. Bruce Creek – Sarah R. Jones
  4. St Johns – Eldest McCray
  5. DeFuniak – Grant Campbell, Beulah Joyner, Evana Gipson
  6. Cedar Grove – EP Sanchez
  7. Black Ranch – ML Clay
  8. Poplar Springs – Maude Thomas
  9. McDuffie – Birdie Moore

 

Major Cawthon & Lt. Cawthon of the 3rd Battalion along with; Sgt Richardson, & Pvts. Fisher, W Cawthon & C Ward, Sgt Bradbury, Corp. Hall & pvts. Ackley and Spence left Saturday for at the annual target shoot at Black point; LT Kennedy will join them

 

Local News

  • Dave Vaughn of Ponce de Leonwas here Monday
  • Charles Campbell was up from Freeport last week
  • M/M Herman Bludworth of Eucheeanna were here Monday
  • BP Edge was here from Niceville on business, Monday
  • Ducan (sic) Wilks of Ponce de Leon was here on business, Monday
  • Jim Clary here from Laurel Hill for court last week
  • AC Bailey and daughter, Lola are visiting relatives in New York state at his boyhood home
  • WL Cawthon was fishing at Basin Friday
  • CK McCaskill offers a used Brush runabout for $175 cash
  • Mrs. Varanadoe of Atlanta, GA is visiting her perents, M/M TF Bludworth
  • Harry (sic) Muray and Will Meigs and others were in Florala to attend the Masonic celebration on Monday
  • Jim Hadley “must work six months for totin’ a pistol” [presumably without a permit – Ed]
  • Postmaster Eddy has info on carrier opening for Alaqua
  • CK Anderson was down from Argyle Saturday
  • Walker Howell & Martin Day from Arcadia were here Saturday
  • Mrs. RW Storrs and children returned from St. Andrews last Thursday night; she is much improved
  • Mrs. JR Brown gave house party in honor of Miss Waite of Pensacola, Wednesday at Red Bay
  • Mrs. AE Bowers announced the marriage of her daughter Annie Myrtie to William Walter Kinsaul at Lockhart, Ala. Sunday June 16
  • Jim Laird brought tomatoes to town Saturday
  • Mr. Geo Boutelle, former resident died recently; principal of Braidentown (sic) High School
  • Rev. JB Cummings, editor of the Alabama Christian Advocate preached at the Methodist Church Sunday; formerly pastor of the Marianna Church, 20+ years ago.
  • Aaron Brewer of Deerland brought his son to have the doctor remove a deeply embedded splinter from his foot
  • Petitions for appearance on the ballot of city: Mayor – DS Gillis, Clerk – AR Campbell & Murray S Cawthon, Marshal – John W Douglass & ED Wester, Councilmen – WL Cawthon, PL Biddle, DH Simmmons & DH Simmons
  • Hand churned buttermilk, 5cents per quart. Englewood Farm
  • Mrs LH Cawthon left Monday night for her old home in Notaslga, Ala
  • CLSC met Tuesday night with the Misses Landrum
  • John Cawthon of Pensacola visited relatives here last week
  • Miss Chirstie Gillis to visit Mrs. WE Quarterman at Live Oak for 2 weeks
  • Miss Minnie McCaskill hosts Miss Virginia Jones of Augusta, Ga.
  • Dance held at Chautauqua Hotel in honor of Miss Bell of Pensacola visiting Mrs. Chas. F Turner
  • Miss Ruth Catts left Thursday for house party in Ala.
  • LJ Bush is expected home after some weeks away
  • Mrs Oscar Rogers and little son Howard, are back after several months in Pensacola
  • Miss Christian Gillis is giving a house party in her old home at Knox Hill
  • Dr & Mrs McKinnon, Miss Armints McKinnon, Miss Kate Morrison, Miss Mary Campbell, Miss Matlock, Ralph Campbell, Angus Gillis, JL McKinnon were fishing down at Pink Ward’s last week
  • Misses Ashley, Marian, Nannie Pearl & Elizabeth Cawthon returned Tuesday from visiting relatives in Florala
  • Major Harley , Walter & Hope Cawthin took honors at shooting match at Black Point
  • Judge William Wilson of Santa Rosa was her yesterday on his way to Vernon
  • L&N RR offers round trip to Chicago for $29.95

 

Contributed by Mary Ellen Wexler

The Breeze – June 27, 1912 – Advertisements

ADVERTISEMENTS

 

  • Murray’s
  • The First National Bank, DeFuniak Springs, Fla.
  • M & H Auto Company, DeFuniak Springs
  • Steamer Capt. Fritz Excursions, WH Daniel, Manager
  • Dixie Drug Company
  • City Pressing Club, James Horne, Prop., DeFuniak
  • City Market, meats, HP Prescott, Prop.
  • Brush Runabout, auto, REL McCaskill, sales agent
  • The Racket, WK Jennings, Prop.
  • Parker and Co.
  • F & AM Defuniak Lodge #170, Wm Rogers, Sec., JR Brown, W.M.
  • Dr. CB McKinnon, Phys, Surgeon
  • Magnolia Camp #10, WOW
  • DH Simmons, MD, Phys, Surgeon, DeFuniak Drug Co.
  • Dr. H Cawthon, dentist, Ofc in McCaskill Block, DeFuniak Springs
  • HE Wickersham, Funeral Director, Licensed Embalmer, DeFuniak Springs
  • Raborn & Huggins, Physicians and Surgeons, Freeport
  • Dr. TG Yates, Optician
  • CE Thompson, MD, McLean Building
  • WT Bludworth, Atty. 6th Street
  • Empire Laundry, Douglass & McKinnon
  • WL Cawthon, Banker, DeFuniak Springs
  • The Pure Food Store, Douglass & McKinnon
  • DeFuniak Furniture Co., McCaskill Block – Farm and Delivery Wagons
  • Landrum’s Drug Store
  • Sanitary Plumbing, Rudolph Rogers, DeFuniak Springs
  • Beach-Rogers & Co., lumber, shingles, paint
  • Palmer College, DeFuniak Springs
  • Hartford Insurance, Chas. Murray, Jr., McCaskill Bldg.
  • One Price Cash House
  • Buckeye Laundry, DeFuniak

 

Contributed by Mary Ellen Wexler

The Breeze – June 13, 1912 – Publication notices

PUBLICATION NOTICES

 

 

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; wit.: R?? Simmons of DeFuniak Springs, ?? , Grimes McNeil, James Fletcher, Richard Manning, all of Freeport

 

Phillip Redrick of Santa Rosa, [very hard to read]to make final proof on Lot 1 Section ??, T3S, R20W; witnesses: Albin Anderson, JR Oakley, AR Oakley, StephenW Materson, all of Santa Rosa; Henry Chubb, Register

 

Willis Howard, of DeFuniak Springs, HE #37457 for N ? of NE ¼, Section 28, T3N, R20W; to make final proof 18 July, 1912; wit.: Matthew Nowling, Richard Henderson, John Cawthon of DeFuniak Springs & John Fields of Mossyhead, Florida; Henry Chubb, Register

 

William D Jones HE #07085 for E ¼ of NW ¼ & W ¼ of NE ¼, Sec. 2, T1N, R19W to make final proof 17 July;  wit.: Alex Anderson, Billie Donaldson, Perry A Jones, HA Jones, all of DeFuniak Springs; Henry Chubb, Register

 

Other announcements under this heading

AP Bjorkland of Freeport and a number of other Socialists met here Saturday and nominated Capt. Eric Von Axelson for Representative of this county in the General Election . . . . – Laurel Hill News

 

The Woodman Camp at Red Bay is preparing a big 4th of July celebration

 

JJ Wilson here on jury duty this week

 

 

Contributed by Mary Ellen Wexler

The Breeze – June 13, 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 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.] Repeated from previous week

 

The Rock Hill Still of Walton Land & Lumber Co burned Friday.

 

Contributed by Mary Ellen Wexler

The Breeze – June 13, 1912 – General news

GENERAL NEWS

 

 

Neighborhood News

 

Garden City

  • Mrs Stokes of Laurel Hill was visiting friends here las Sunday
  • Barson Scott and Malory Green were hurt badly Friday night when driving mule wagon too fast
  • Plaist Masions’ little girl has been quite ill for the last week
  • Miss Eula Mae Green “made a flying trip to Bascon Geren Friday evening.” [I believe that should read Bascom Green – Ed.]
  • Miss Velmer Reckford has been quite ill the past few days
  • Mrs. AL Hare has been ill for the past week
  • Miss Margaret Reickord, father and brother made a business trip to section 3 last Wednesday
  • Mr. Battersbe went to Montgomery to see a doctor

 

Niceville

  • M/MBH Sutton, M/M BC Davis, Miss Lula Edge, SS Spence and Mr. Ross visited in Camp Walton, Saturday
  • JR Bedding left Sunday to spend a few weeks with relatives in Opp, Ala.
  • M/M Jacob Benton and children, M/M Linsey of Opp, Ala. Visited here and went on fox hunt
  • BM Archibald spent a few days in Pensacola this week
  • Mrs JE Jeraunld, returned to her home in Pensacola Saturday after visiting here
  • M/M BH Sutton, BP Edge, M/M RC Davis, M Ross, Miss Lula Edge, Walter Miller and Master Joel Edge spent Tuesday fishing at Pippens Lake
  • BH Sutton took his wife and little girl, Berlas to Pensacola to the doctor
  • JH Tison left for Savannah, Ga., Saturday to visit relatives – had been here for a year
  • Miss Rosa Browne, of Laurel Hill is visiting Miss Lula Edge
  • IA Helms of Holt is spending a few days with relatives and friends
  • WF Hill of Garniers is spending this week with ER McKee at the Rocky Ranger Station

 

Knox Hill

  • Norman Gillis has been sick for the past week
  • Dr. CB McKinnon made professional visit here Tuesday
  • John Gillis and sister, Miss Thelmer (sic) have returned from DeFuniak where they were taking the County Exam
  • Alwin Gillis came home Thursday came home to see his sick father; he will stay for a few days
  • Messrs. Frank McKinnon, Knox Gillis & wife, of DeFuniak visited Mr. Gillis’ sister and brothers last week
  • Mrs. WH Elmer, of Lynn Haven is visiting her father and son for a few days
  • Dan Ray & Will Smith attended services at Beach Grove Sunday
  • Oliver Pouncy left for Lockhart where he will work for a while
  • Mrs. PD McSween of Pleasant Ridge visited friends here Saturday
  • WC Gillis was in Ponce de Leon Saturday on business
  • HE Wickersham & Stuart Gillis of DeFuniak visited their uncle Norman Gillis here Thursday
  • JW Gillis and son Alex were in Ponce de Leon on business Saturday

 

Pleasant Valley

  • Mason Rushing returned from Ponce de Leon Friday, where he had been carpentering
  • WM Smith was in Ponce de Leon on business Friday
  • Miss Lillian McDonald of Westville visited her grandmother her for a few days after visiting her sister in Milton.
  • Miss Mary Gomillion returned Sunday from visit to relatives in Westville
  • Rev. Peacock lectured at the school house Thursday night
  • Misses May Smith, Nora & Mary Gomillion were guests of Miss Mary Rushing Sunday
  • Jerry Day made his usual call here Sunday
  • WM Smith made his usual call down Beech Grove way, Sunday
  • Miss Lillian Mc Donald and father of Caryville, were here Friday and Saturday
  • Miss Mary Gomillion was in Westville Saturday
  • Jenry (sic) May of Caryville made his usual call at MK Rushing’s Sunday
  • Miss Ann Kennington and Aden Ward passed through on the way to Ponce de Leon
  • NA McDonald & FL Gomillion from camps near Douglass cross roads Saturday night. FL Gomillion wxpects to move to Caryville next week
  • M/M John A McDonald of DeFuniak spent Sunday and Monday with parents here
  • Messrs. Willie & Harlin Campbell and Lonie King spent Sunday at Ponce de Leon
  • Mason Rushing is home after working at Ponce de Leon with Geo. Smit
  • Messrs. Bob Hinson and John & Geo. Lee and Preston Bass left Douglass Cross Roads for Pleasant Valley
  • Miss Ola Gomillion visited Miss Carrie Adeline Rudhing, Sunday
  • Our Sunday School is progressing nicely under the management of Miss Mary Rushing, Sect., Mrs. AP Peacock, Supt, and first teacher, Mrs Sarah McDonald, second teacher and Mrs MK Rushing third teacher.

 

Eucheeanna

  • Mrs Bludworth & Mrs Lindsey were shopping in DeFuniak Saturday
  • Crowd of young folks at the sing at CE Howell’s Saturday night
  • M/M RJ Garrett & niece, little Miss Isabelle Garrett of Freeport visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday
  • Rev. Sellers filled regular appointment here Sunday
  • Mrs CE Howell returned from long visit to Pt. Washington
  • Miss Mollie Ward & William Smith attended Sunday School here Sunday evening.
  • TJ Garrett & m/M Charlie Garrett visited here Saturday night and Sunday
  • Porter Infinger attended church here Sunday morning
  • Ed Laird made his regular visit here Sunday evening.
  • Misses Mary D Bowers & Savannah Garrett spent Sunday with Miss Ella McLendon
  • Earnest & Michael Burke attended church here Sunday morning

 

New home

The One Price Cash House is erecting a 54X140 ft, 2-story building with elevators on the lot just east of the McCaskill garage

 

  • John Q. Adams is here from Portland this week
  • Miss Minnie McCaskill is home from college

 

Local News

  • Frank Bell was up from Eucheeanna Monday
  • Davis Clary was down from Laurel Hill Monday
  • Mrs. Cameron visiting Mrs. Sue Gillis this week
  • “Uncle Billie” Powell of Dorcas was in town, Sarurday
  • Mrs RG Smith & children visiting in Bagdad this week
  • Ernest Walden was here from Mossyhead the first of the week
  • JJ McCaskill left Tuesday night on business in Chicago
  • Ben Morris from Claroy visiting homefolks Sunday
  • M/M Chester Beard of Mossyhead were shopping here Saturday
  • RL Burnham & DL Ingram of Freeport were here Tuesday
  • Wavy Wadsford will enter Dental Dept. of Vanderbilt University this fall
  • Malcolm McCaskill was here from Hosford on business first of the week
  • Wanted at once, 5 log teams at Wausau – REL McCaskill & Co.
  • S Kropman, district mgr. for Standard Oil Co., was here on business Saturday
  • M/M Gifford Garrett & Miss Annie Storrs were up from Pensacola to spend Sunday with homefolks
  • Jenkins Lowe was up from Eucheeanna Saturday; he is 81 years old and has never worn glasses
  • RH Adams resigned from the city council
  • Mrs. WL McDonald of DeFuniak visited daughters Mesdames Oscar Steele & AD Campbell last week – Laurel Hill News
  • “Mr Carden has the neatest thing in the way of a compact pocket camera we have ever seen. It fit nicely in the breast pocket if the coat and still takes a nice picture”
  • Wm W Flournoy offers 2 6-room houses for rent
  • Bob McCaskill went to Pensacola Tuesday night
  • J Walter Kehoeis attending court here this week.
  • JT Gilbert has been spending the week here overhauling his auto
  • “M/M Geo. Marzoni are here on a visit to the latter’s Mr and Mrs JA McCall” [presumably parents of the wife – Ed.]
  • Col Flournoy returned from important business in Chicago last Friday
  • REL McCaskill left Monday for Wausau to attend his saw mill interests
  • LJ Bush of Hotel Chautauqua is away on business for the hotel
  • MR Gaskin did effective work on the slayed streets last week with county road equipment
  • Mrs Storrs is improving at St. Andrews and expects to return next week
  • Books & stationery at a  bargain to close up the estate of the late DG MdLeod at his store the remainder of this week
  • Bob Drake bought 2 Brudh autos from REL McCaskill, local agent, with which to cary the mail on the Freeport route
  • Mrs Frank Wilson hosts social for BYPU next Friday night
  • WCTU meets 4 PM next Saturday – either at the Lake yard or at Mrs. Mannings, depending on weather
  • WC McLean of Knox Hill is attending court this week
  • Doc Davis came up from Niceville Sunday
  • JJ Meigs came over from Bristol Saturday night for a day with homefolks
  • Eugene Thorp is back from college at  Greensboro
  • ME Savage & MF Shaw prominent turpentine men from Crestview were here Tuesday
  • Miss Myrtle & Evelyn Bowers were here Sunday on a short visit to their mother, Mrs AE Bowers
  • Mrs Dowling & daughter, Miss Willie of DeFunisk Springs are here visiting Mrs. Mathison, Mrs. Dowling’s daughter, this week – Panama Pilot
  • Robert Touart, with Dixie Drugs for the past few months, has taken a position in Mobile and leaves this week
  • TF Bludworth, Jr., attends the Convention of the National Electric Light Assoc, in Seattle and will make extended tour of the west – New York Paper
  • CB Ferdon of Crestview was here Friday
  • De Murphy was called to Pensacola to visit his seriously ill wife; he had mumps and had to wait till it was safe for him to “venture out”
  • HE Graham & Miss Anna Thompson, eldest daughter of M/M HW Thompson of Bagdad, were married at an early hour last Wednesday morning and left on the 9 o’clock train for parts in Lousiana.” – Milton Star

 

 

Contributed by Mary Ellen Wexler

The Breeze – June 13, 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
  • Empire Laundry, Douglass & McKinnon
  • Hartford Insurance, Chas. Murray, Jr., McCaskill Bldg.
  • City Pressing Club, James Horne, Prop., DeFuniak
  • RS Inge asks Ice customers to pay up
  • Dixie Drug Company
  • The Racket, WK Jennings, Prop.
  • Landrum’s Drug Store
  • F & AM Defuniak Lodge #170, Wm Rogers, Sec., JR Brown, W.M.
  • Dr. CB McKinnon, Phys, Surgeon
  • Magnolia Camp #10, WOW
  • DH Simmons, MD, Phys, Surgeon, DeFuniak Drug Co.
  • Dr. H Cawthon, dentist, Ofc in McCaskill Block, DeFuniak Springs
  • HE Wickersham, Funeral Director, Licensed Embalmer, DeFuniak Springs
  • Dr. JD Rayborn, Phys, Surgeon, Rooms 12 & 14 McCaskill Block
  • Dr. TG Yates, Optician
  • WT Bludworth, Atty. 6th Street
  • CE Thompson, MD, McLean Building
  • WL Cawthon, Banker, DeFuniak Springs
  • The Pure Food Store, Douglass & McKinnon
  • Buckeye Laundry, GA Reisinger, Prop.
  • DeFuniak Furniture Co., McCaskill Block – Farm and Delivery Wagons
  • Palmer College, DeFuniak Springs
  • Sanitary Plumbing, Rudolph Rogers, DeFuniak Springs
  • Beach-Rogers & Co., lumber, shingles, paint
  • One Price Cash House
  • City Market, meats, HP Prescott, Prop.

 

Contributed by Mary Ellen Wexler

The Breeze – June 6, 1912 – Publication notices

PUBLICATION NOTICES

 

 

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; wit.: R?? Simmons of DeFuniak Springs, Grimes McNeil, James Fletcher, Richard Manning, all of Freeport

 

The Baker Banner, Editor, James Brown, formerly with the Breeze, is the latest addition to the Florida newspaperdom

 

JC Smith, County Demonstration Agent writes about farming practices

 

B, C, & St. A RR is written up with towns it services. “Dug” Campbell operating the road, Dick Scarlett, general manager, JD Campbell, conductor, “Blox,” agent – “a bunch of old DeFuniak boys”.

 

Contributed by Mary Ellen Wexler

 

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