The Breeze – April 21, 1910 – Page 3

The members of the Freeport and Pt. Washington camps W. O. W. will unveil the monuments erected to the memory of the late Blueford and Brad Colvin at Pt. Washington next Sunday, the Steamer Capt. Fritz carrying these from this side of the bay leaving Freeport about seven o’clock. THE BREEZE acknowledges a cordial invitation to be there.

[Contributed by Michael Strickland]

The Breeze – April 21, 1910 – Page 1

On the excursion train Saturday night a white man fell from the train at Ponce de Leon trestle. He was picked up by the train crew and taken to Bonifay and turned over to a physician, who patched up his bruises and left a man to watch him. The nurse went to sleep and when he awoke the patient had vamoosed. A negro woman fell from the same train on the Caryville trestle and broke her neck.

[Contributed by Michael Strickland]