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The DeFuniak Herald – March 12, 1914 – Advertisements

Advertisements

  • Cawthon State Bank (1)
    • To provide an unusually adequate service and to further the interest of its customers through helpful cooperation is the aim of this bank
    • Image: Bank Building
  • The Big Store (1)
    • Spring Opening: March 12 & 13, 1914
    • A display of the newest and prettiest Millinery to be worn the coming season.  It is hoped you will plan now to visit and inspect this wonderful showing of authentic styles
    • The Place to Buy Everything You Want, Especially Wagons and Guano
    • We handle “Sea Fowl” and “Cotton Bowl” Guano and “Studebaker” and “Cawthon” Wagons
    • Millinery Department well stocked with the latest in millinery and ladies dress goods
    • Image: Kabo Style 4025 (dress)
  • First National Bank (1)
  • Music Lessons (1)
    • Violin lessons available from Carl Gumph, who studied for 2.5 years at the Royal Conservatory of Music, Leipsie, Germany, under Hans Becker
  • DeFuniak Drug Co. (1)
    • Doctor’s prescription filled day or night by registered pharmacist
  • Buckeye Laundry (1)
    • Send laundry by parcel post, will pay return postage, prices right and work guaranteed
  • For Sale (1)
    •  Two Good Horses, Apply to L. H. Cawthon
  • DeFuniak Drug Co. (2)
    • “The Smile Behind the Beverage”
  • Perdue & McDonald (2)
  • King’s Drug Store (2 & 3)
    • Salves can’t cure eczema
  • James A. McLean, Fire Insurance Agent (2 & 3)
  • The DeFuniak Sanitarium (3)
    • Cures all diseases that are curable
    • If we can’t cure you we will tell you so, and if we can, we will tell you so.
    • Female diseases a specialty
    • All modern equipment, hot and cold baths.
    • A graduate trained nurse with six years experience.
    • Consultation free.
    • All the advantages of a modern sanitarium right here at home.
  • Circle Store (3)
    • Carries Vegetables, Fruits and Fancy Groceries, W.T. May
  • Dixie Drug Co. (3)
    • School Books & School Supplies
  • Perdue & McDonald (3)
    • Draying, Hauling and Moving, Satisfaction Guaranteed
  • Star Theater (3)
    • Change of program every night; clean, moral & elevating, well-heated & well-ventilated, Prices: 5¢ & 10¢
  • Palmer College & Academy (3)
    • Rev. Lynn Walker, D.D. & Prof. W.M. Kemper, Principal
    • Located in DeFuniak Springs, Seat of Winter Chautauqua, highest altitude in Florida, no malaria, unprecedented health record
    • Well equipped school buildings, two dorms, careful oversight, moderate expenses
    • Devoted distinctly to genuine happy home life, thorough education and character building through personal attention and competent instruction
    • Departments: Elementary, Music, Art, Elocution, Physical Culture, Gymnasium, Outdoor Sports- Tennis, Baseball, Baseball.
  • Best Market Native & Western Beef (3)
  • —— Back of First National Bank

Compiled by Emily Petroskey

The DeFuniak Herald – March 5, 1914 – Advertisements

Advertisements

  • Cawthon State Bank (1)
    • To provide an unusually adequate service and to further the interest of its customers through helpful cooperation is the aim of this bank
    • Image: Bank Building
  • The Big Store: Spring Opening (1)
    • March 12 and 13, 1914
    • A display of the newest and prettiest Millinery to be worn the coming season.  It is hoped you will plan now to visit and inspect this wonderful showing of authentic styles
  • First National Bank (1)
  • The Big Store (1)
    • The Place to Buy Everything You Want, Especially Wagons and Guano
    • We handle “Sea Fowl” and “Cotton Bowl” Guano and “Studebaker” and “Cawthon” Wagons
    • Millinery Department well stocked with the latest in millinery and ladies dress goods
    • Image: Kabo Style 4025 (dress)
  • Music Lessons (1)
    • Violin lessons available from Carl Gumph, who studied for 2.5 years at the Royal Conservatory of Music, Leipsie, Germany, under Hans Becker
  • DeFuniak Drug Co. (1)
    • Doctor’s prescription filled day or night by a registered pharmacist
  • For Sale (1)
    • Two good horses, apply to L. H. Cawthon
  • The Buckeye Laundry (1 & 4)
    • Send laundry by parcel post, will pay return postage, prices right and work guaranteed
  • DeFuniak Drug Co. (2)
    • “The Smile Behind the Beverage”
  • Perdue & McDonald (2)
    • Draying, Hauling and Moving, Satisfaction Guaranteed
  • King’s Drug Store (2 , 3 & 4)
    • Salves Can’t Cure Eczema
  • James A. McLean, Fire Insurance Agent (2, 3 & 4)
  • The Big Store (2, 3 & 4)
    • Mohawk Tires
    • Call and see the new spring hats
  • Dr. E. L. Townsend, Dentist (2 & 4)
    • White Patronage Solicited
    • Crown & bridge work a specialty
  • D. H. Simmons, M. D. Physician & Surgeon (2, 3 & 4)
    • Office Hours: 10 to 12 AM, 2:00-5:00 PM
    • Office: DeFuniak Drug Co.
  • Dixie Auto Shop (2, 3 & 4)
    • You Cannot Always Escape
  • Dr. C. B. McKinnon, Physician & Surgeon (2, 3 & 4)
    • Office in the Dixie Drug Company
  • Star Theatre (3)
    • Change of program every night; clean, moral & elevating, well-heated & well-ventilated, Prices: 5¢ & 10¢
  • Palmer College and Academy For Boys and Girls (3)
    • Rev. Lynn Walker, D.D. & Prof. W.M. Kemper, Principal
    • Located in DeFuniak Springs, Seat of Winter Chautauqua, highest altitude in Florida, no malaria, unprecedented health record
    • Well equipped school buildings, two dorms, careful oversight, moderate expenses
    • Devoted distinctly to genuine happy home life, thorough education and character building through personal attention and competent instruction
    • Departments: Elementary, Music, Art, Elocution, Physical Culture, Gymnasium, Outdoor Sports- Tennis, Baseball, Baseball(?)
  • Best Market Native & Western Beef (3)
    • Back of First National Bank
  • John M. Laird Family Groceries (3)
    • New store room open in the new Cawthon State Bank Building
  • The Circle Store (3)
    • Carries Vegetables, Fruits and Fancy Groceries, W.T. May
  • The Herald (3)
    • $1 Per Year
  • H. L. Grace, Attorney at Law (3 & 4)
    • Room 9, McCaskill Block
    • Will practice in all courts except criminal in Walton County
  • Drs. Raborn & Bertrem, Physicians and Surgeons (3 & 4)
    • Freeport, FL, Office in J.J. McCaskill Building
  • The City Wood & Coal Company (3)
    • For coal and wood in any quantity call us
    • Pine or oak wood quickly delivered to any part of the city
      Terms strictly cash
    • This is a new firm and wishes to gain a profitable patronage by satisfactory service
  • Boarding House (3 & 4)
    • Mrs. Callie Sellars, Proprietress
    • Clean beds, clean towels, plenty to eat, meals 25¢
    • Rate by week or month, North 9th St
  • W.O.W. Magnolia Camp (3 & 4)
    • Woodmen of the World
    • Meets 2nd and 4th Thursday nights at 7:30 at Odd Fellows Hall
  • Harry Newsham Notice (4)
    • Second Hand Furniture Bought and Sold
    • Old Stoves Rebuilt
    • General Jobbing Work Promptly Executed
    • Small Jobs receive the Same Attention as Big Ones
    • I need all the work I can get and will appreciate your patronage
  • For Sale or Rent (4)
    • State Room House on East Baldwin Avenue, two blocks from Post Office
    • See W. A. McLeod
  • Parish’s (4)
    • New spring linens available
    • ½ off all ready-to-wear goods
    • Goods going rapidly at Parish’s since they made the reduction of ½ off ready to wear articles
  • DeFuniak Drug Co. (4)
    • All of the latest novelties in sterling silver and Parisian Ivory goods available
    • Any doctor’s prescription filled by an experienced /registered pharmacist
  • Furnished Rooms (4)
    • Nicely furnished rooms at Mr. S. A. Cawthon’s residence on Crescent St.

Compiled by Emily Petroskey

The DeFuniak Herald – February 29, 1914 – Advertisements

Contributed by Emily Petroskey

 

Advertisements

  •  Cawthon State Bank (1)
  • First National Bank (1)
  • Newsham Jobbing Work (1)
  • Parish’s (1)
    • ½ off all ready-to-wear goods
  • For Sale (1)
    • Two good horses, Apply to L.H. Cawthon
  • J. Cady, Merchant Tailor (1)
    • Invites patronage, is located just behind the Herald office
    • Suits made to order and satisfaction guaranteed, Cleaning, pressing, dyeing and repairing of all kinds
  • Dixie Drug Co. (2 & 4 & 7)
    • School Books & School Supplies
  • Perdue & McDonald (2 & 4 & 5)
    • Draying Hauling & Moving
  • DeFuniak Drug Co. (2)
    • “The Smile Behind the Beverage”
    • When You’re Sick Your Wages Stop- Rexall Olive Oil Emulsion, a nerve, blood and strength building medicine.
  • Idlewood Hotel & Cottages, Scotts Ferry, FL (3)
    • Where to go fishing- Idlewood Florida on the Dead Lakes
    • No laws prohibiting fishing at any time
  • Boarding House (3 & 4 & 5 & 7)
    • Mrs. Callie Sellars, Proprietress
    • Clean beds, clean towels, plenty to eat, meals 25¢
    • Rate by week or month, North 9th St
  • The Big Store (3 & 6)
    • Sells everything including Studebaker and Cawthon Wagons and Sea Fowl and Cotton Bowl Guano
    • Millinery Department is well stocked with a complete line of the very latest ideas in millinery and ladies dress goods
    • Image: Kabo Style 4025
  • DeFuniak Furniture Company (3 & 6)
    • Minnows, Reels, Rods, Lines, and everything else for fisherman except booze and bait
    • Quality and price on furniture of all kinds
  • For Sale or Rent (3)
    • Six room house on east Baldwin Avenue, two blocks from Post office.  See W. A. McLeod
  • DeFuniak Drug Co. (3)
    • Doctor’s prescription filled day or night by registered pharmacist
  • For Sale Cheap (3)
    • White and Brown Leghorns- Charles Cawthon
  • For Exchange (3)
    • Two houses and five lots in Wausau, FL.  Will exchange for A “Ford” automobile or any other car as good.  Will sell cheap.  M. Sullivan, Glendale, FL
  • L&N Excursions (4)
    • Jacksonville, FL Round-Trip, Annual Reunion United Confederate Veterans May 3-7 inclusive. $6.05 for trip, void after May 15th, can be extended to June 4 for 50 cents
    • Nashville, TN Round-Trip, Account of Southern Baptist Convention, May 8-13. $15.75, void after May 30, can be extended to June 15th for $1
    • Atlanta, GA Round-Trip, Account of Annual Meeting Imperial Council Ancient Arabic Order Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, date of sale May 7-12 inclusive. $10.05, void after May 20. Can be extended to June 20 for $1.
    • See local agent for further information
  • Dr. C. B. McKinnon, Physician & Surgeon (4 & 5)
  • J.D. Raborn, Physician & Surgeon (4 & 5)
  • Blacksmith Shop (4 & 5)
    • Now open at the Thomas Miller Old Stand
    • J.A. Baggett, Proprietor
    • Horseshoeing 75¢ per pair, or $1.40 all around.  General repair work on buggies, wagons, etc. Wood, steel or iron work at a reasonable price.
  • Chas. P. Diamond, Lawyer (4 & 5)
    • Office in Cawthon State Bank Building
  • W.T. Bludworth , Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Chancery (4 & 5)
    • Will practice in Supreme Court and lower courts of Florida and United States Courts
    • Office in building formerly occupied by John F. Watson
  • H.L. Grace, Attorney at Law (4 & 5)
    • Will practice in all courts except criminal law in Walton County
  • Star Theater (4 & 5 & 7)
    • Daily change of program of the best class of movies, starting every night except Sunday at 7 p.m. A Moral place for pastime
    • Admission: 5¢ and 10¢
  • The Sanitary Market (4 & 5)
    • Now Open, A.H. Hamilton, Proprietor
    • General line of Fregh (sic) Meats of All Kinds, Vegetables, etc.
    • Market Located at Former Stand Occupied by R.H. Stapleton
  • Best Market Native & Western Beef (4 & 5 & 7)
  • James A. McLean, Fire Insurance Agent (4 & 5)
  • Dr. E.L. Townsend, Dentist (6)
    • White Patronage Solicited
    • Crown & Bridge Work a Specialty
  • The Buckeye Laundry (6)
    • Send laundry by parcel post, will pay return postage, prices right and work guaranteed
  • Real Estate for Sale (6)
    • ½ of Block 1806, containing about 10 acres, and also about 3 acres in Block No. 248, near the high school, all in DeFuniak Springs
    • Apply to Joseph Cochran, 715 Poydras Street, New Orleans, LA
  • W.E. Parish & Co. (7)
    • A Grand Spring Opening at Parish & Company’s, Friday & Saturday March 12th and 13th
    • Special Program: the store will be closed from 10 to 4 on Thursday, at which time the store will be opened and we will show all the latest creations in spring millieery (sic), including imported novelties and a splendid line of dress goods, etc.
    • A cordial invitation is extended to the public to attend this opening
  • Cash Millinery Store (7)
    • New millinery store opened in the store room formerly occupied as the annex of McCaskiill & Croft
    • Under the management of Mrs. J. Katcliff, recently of Gloster, Mississippi
  • Circle Store (7)
    • W.T. May
    • Carries vegetables, fruits and fancy groceries
  • Palmer College and Academy for Boys & Girls (7)
    • Rev. Lynn Walker, D.D. & Prof. W.M. Kemper, Principal
    • Located in DeFuniak Springs, Seat of Winter Chautauqua, highest altitude in Florida, no malaria, unprecedented health record
    • Well equipped school buildings, two dorms, careful oversight, moderate expenses
    • Devoted distinctly to genuine happy home life, thorough education and character building through personal attention and competent instruction
    • Departments: Elementary, Music, Art, Elocution, Physical Culture, Gymnasium, Outdoor Sports- Tennis, Baseball, Baseball(?)
    • Enrollment increased last year 78%
  • DeFuniak Furniture Co. (8)
    • Call on us and get our prices on everything in the Furniture and Hardware line
    • Make our Store Headquarters while you are in town
    • See our line of wire fencing
    • A big  line trunks of all kinds
  • Furnished Rooms (8)
    • Nicely furnished rooms at Mr. S. A. Cawthon’s residence on Crescent Street
  • DeFuniak Drug Co. (8)
    • All the latest novelties in sterling silver, Parisian ivory goods
  • For Sale or Rent (8)
    • State Room House on East Baldwin Avenue, two blocks from Post Office
    • See W. A. McLeod

The DeFuniak Herald – February 26, 1914 – Advertisements

Advertisements

  • Cawthon State Bank (1)
    • Savings department pays 4% interest compounded quarterly
    • Commercial department provides every facility for the maintenance and operation of a checking account
  • The Racket Store (1)
    • Not Selling at Cost
  • First National Bank (1)
  • The Big Store (1)
    • Sells everything including Studebaker and Cawthon Wagons and Sea Fowl and Cotton Bowl Guano
    • Millinery Department is well stocked with a complete line of the very latest ideas in millinery and ladies dress goods
  • Furnished Rooms (1)
    • Mr. S.A. Cawthon’s residence on Crescent Street.
  • DeFuniak Drug Co. (1)
    • All the latest  novelties in sterling silver, Parisian ivory goods available
  • Brother R. J. Ross (1)
    • Tombstones, Monuments or Cemetery Fencing, he represents Coggins Marble Co.
  • DeFuniak Drug Co. (2)
    • The Smile Behind the Beverage
    • Doctor’s prescription filled day or night by a Registered Pharmacist
  • Perdue & McDonald (2)
    • Draying, Hauling and Moving
  • Kings Drug Store (2)
    • Salves Can’t Cure Eczema
  • James A McLean, Fire Insurance Agent (2)
  • The Big Store (2)
    • Mohawk Tires
  • Dr. E.L. Townsend, Dentist (2)
    • White Patronage Solicited
    • Crown & bridge work a specialty
  • D.H. Simmons, M.D. Physician & Surgeon (2)
    • Office Hours: 10 to 12 AM, 2:00-5:00 PM
    • Office: DeFuniak Drug Co.
  • Dixie Auto Shop (2)
  • Dr. C.B. McKinnon, Physician and Surgeon (2)
  • For Sale or Rent (2)
    • St. Room House on East Baldwin Avenue, two blocks from post office
    • See W. A. McLeod
  • The Buckeye Laundry (2)
    • Send laundry by parcel post
    • We pay return postage, prices right, work guaranteed
  • For Sale (2)
    • Two good horses, see L. H. Cawthon
  • DeFuniak Drug Co. (3)
    • Rexall Orderlies – makes healthy bowels
  • Circle Store (3)
    • W.T. May
    • Carries vegetables, fruits and fancy groceries
  • Dixie Drug Co (3)
    • School Books and Supplies
  • Star Theater, A.H. Hamilton, Manager (3)
    • Change of program every night; clean, moral & elevating, well-heated & well-ventilated, Prices: 5¢ & 10¢
  • Palmer College and Academy for Boys and Girls (3)
    • Rev. Lynn Walker, D.D. & Prof. W.M. Kemper, Principal
    • Located in DeFuniak Springs, Seat of Winter Chautauqua, highest altitude in Florida, no malaria, unprecedented health record
    • Well equipped school buildings, two dorms, careful oversight, moderate expenses
    • Devoted distinctly to genuine happy home life, thorough education and character building through personal attention and competent instruction
    • Departments: Elementary, Music, Art, Elocution, Physical Culture, Gymnasium, Outdoor Sports- Tennis, Baseball, Baseball(?)
    • Enrollment increased last year 78%
  • Best Market, Native & Western Beef (3)
    • Back of First National Bank
  • Music Lessons, Carl Gumph (3)
    • Violin lessons available from Carl Gumph, who studied for 2.5 years at the Royal Conservatory of Music, Leipsie, Germany, under Hans Becker
  • Stenographer and Typewriter (3)
    • Orders will receive prompt attention if referred to William E. Smith, Phone 144, Residence East End
  • DeFuniak Furniture Co. (4)
    • Call on us and get our prices on everything in the Furniture and Hardware line
    • Make our Store Headquarters while you are in town
    • See our line of wire fencing
    • A big  line trunks of all kinds
  • W.O.W. Magnolia Camp (4)
    • Woodmen of the World
    • Meets 2nd and 4th Thursday nights at 7:30 at Odd Fellows Hall
    • D.W. Burke, A.D. Stanley
  • H.L. Grace, Attorney at Law (4)
    • Room 9, McCaskill Block
    • Will practice in all courts except criminal in Walton County

Compiled by Emily Petroskey

The DeFuniak Herald – February 19, 1914 – Advertisements

Advertisements

  • Cawthon State Bank (1)
  • First National Bank (1)
  • The Racket Store (1)
    • Not Selling at Cost
    • We are trying our best to stay in the mercantile business, hence we are not selling our goods at “cost” but we do sell them as near that figure as will enable us to make expenses.  We are so glad that our friends are realizing this and are giving us as good business as they are
    • Beautiful Line of Spring Linens at cost
    • Wright’s Health underwear at cost
    • 5 pairs men’s hose 15¢
    • Ladies 25¢ hose for 3¢
  • Furnished Rooms (1)
    • Nicely Furnished Rooms at Mr. S.A. Cawthon’s residence on Crescent Street
  • DeFuniak Drug Co. (1)
    • All the latest novelties in sterling silver , Parisian ivory goods
  • Brother R.J. Ross
    • Tombstones, Monuments or Cemetery Fencing, he represents the Coggins Marble Co. of Canton, GA
  • DeFuniak Drug Co. (2)
    • “The Smile Behind the Beverage”
    • Doctor’s prescription filled day or night by a registered pharmacist
  • Perdue & McDonald (2)
    • Draying, Hauling and Moving
  • King’s Drug Store- Salves Can’t Cure Eczema (2)
    • J.F. King, Proprietor
    • Recommends D.D.D. Prescription
  • James A. McLean, Fire Insurance Agent (2)
  • The Big Store (2)
    • Mohawk Tires
  • Dr. E.L. Townsend, Dentist (2)
    • White Patronage Solicited
    • Crown & bridge work a specialty
  • D.H. Simmons, M.D. Physician & Surgeon (2)
    • Office Hours: 10 to 12 AM, 2:00-5:00 PM
    • Office: DeFuniak Drug Co.
  • Dixie Auto Shop (2)
  • Dr. C.B. McKinnon, Physician and Surgeon (2)
  • For Sale or Rent (2)
    • St. Room House on East Baldwin Avenue, two blocks from Post Office, See W.A. McLeod
  • The Buckeye Laundry (2)
    • Send us your laundry by parcel post.  We pay return postage.  Prices right, work guaranteed
  • For Sale (2)
    • Two Good Horses, Apply to L.H. Cawthon
  • Will Return in February (2)
    • J. Conrad Scott, Piano & organ tuning & repair
    • Will return from Pensacola on February 18th
  • DeFuniak Drug Co. (3)
    • Rexall Orderlies- Makes Healthy Bowels
  • The Circle Store (3)
    • Carries Vegetables, Fruits and Fancy Groceries, W.T. May
  • Dixie Drug Co. (3)
    • School Supplies
  • Star Theatre, A.H. Hamilton, Manager (3)
    • Change of program every night; clean, moral & elevating, well-heated & well-ventilated, Prices: 5¢ & 10¢
  • Palmer College and Academy for Boys and Girls (3)
    • Rev. Lynn Walker, D.D. & Prof. W.M. Kemper, Principal
    • Located in DeFuniak Springs, Seat of Winter Chautauqua, highest altitude in Florida, no malaria, unprecedented health record
    • Well equipped school buildings, two dorms, careful oversight, moderate expenses
    • Devoted distinctly to genuine happy home life, thorough education and character building through personal attention and competent instruction
    • Departments: Elementary, Music, Art, Elocution, Physical Culture, Gymnasium, Outdoor Sports- Tennis, Baseball, Baseball(?)
  • Best Market, Native & Western Beef (3)
    • Back of First National Bank
  • Music Lessons, Carl Gumph (3)
    • Violin lessons available from Carl Gumph, who studied for 2.5 years at the Royal Conservatory of Music, Leipsie, Germany, under Hans Becker
  • Stenographer and Typewriter (3)
    • Orders will receive prompt attention if referred to William E. Smith, Phone 144, Residence East End
  • The Big Store (3)
    • Ladies Millinery Department is being painted  and repaired for their new spring goods this week
  • Glendale Mercantile Company (4)
    • Closing Out! Going Out of Business.
    • Commencing Saturday, February 21 and continuing till everything is sold, the following prices being for cash only:
    • Youth’s shoes from 49¢ up.  Ladies’ shoes from 95¢ up.  Men’s work shoes from $1.19 up.  Men’s dress shoes from $1.69 up.  Mens’ Fawn Brand hats for $1.10.  Mens’ falcon brand Hats for $1.69.  Youth’s Hats from 40¢ up.  Youths’ and Mens’ caps at any old price.  Men’s and boys’ gloves 34¢ and up.  Overalls from 24¢ to 89¢ per pair.  Mens’ Mayfield Pants- 3rd grade value $1.69, 2nd grade value $1.99, 1st grade value $3.49.  Boy’s knee pants, good value 44¢ and up.  Men’s work shirts 43¢ and up. Boys’  work shirts 33¢ and up.  Men’s dress shirts 29¢ and up.  Calico from zero down.  Good Dress Ginghams at 8 1-2¢.  Alseason Galatea at 11. 950 yards of Flannel Outing, all shades, at 8 1-2¢.  Cotton Flannel for any old price.  8-4 unbleached sheeting, 19¢.  Bleached sheeting 21¢. Large Parlor Lamp, 69¢
  • Drs. Raborn & Bertrem, Physicians & Surgeon (4)
    • Office in the J.J. McCaskill Building, Freeport, FL

Compiled by Emily Petroskey

The DeFuniak Herald – February 12, 1914 – Advertisements

Contributed by Emily Petroskey

 

Advertisements

  • Cawthon State Bank (1)
    • Savings Department pays 4% interest, compounded quarterly
    • Commercial Department gives every facility for maintenance and operation
  • First National Bank (1)
  • Dixie Drug Co. (1)
    • School Books & Supplies
  • Perdue & McDonald (2)
    • Draying, Hauling and Moving
  • DeFuniak Drug Co. (2)
    • “The Smile Behind the Beverage”
  • Will Return in February (2)
    • J. Conrad Scott, Piano & organ tuning & repair
    • Will return from Pensacola on February 18th
  • Music Lessons, Carl Gumph (2)
    • Violin lessons available from Carl Gumph, who studied for 2.5 years at the Royal Conservatory of Music, Leipsie, Germany, under Hans Becker
  • DeFuniak Drug Co. (3)
    • Harmony Hair Beautifier & Shampoo
  • Circle Store (3)
    • W.T. May
    • Carries vegetables, fruits and fancy groceries
  • Star Theatre, A.H. Hamilton, Manager (3)
    • Change of program every night; clean, moral & elevating, well-heated & well-ventilated, Prices: 5¢ & 10¢
  • Palmer College and Academy for Boys and Girls (3)
    • Rev. Lynn Walker, D.D. & Prof. W.M. Kemper, Principal
    • Located in DeFuniak Springs, Seat of Winter Chautauqua, highest altitude in Florida, no malaria, unprecedented health record
    • Well equipped school buildings, two dorms, careful oversight, moderate expenses
    • Devoted distinctly to genuine happy home life, thorough education and character building through personal attention and competent instruction
    • Departments: Elementary, Music, Art, Elocution, Physical Culture, Gymnasium, Outdoor Sports- Tennis, Baseball, Baseball(?)
    • Enrollment increased last year 78%
  • Best Market, Native & Western Beef (2)
    • Back of First National Bank
  • DeFuniak Furniture Co. (4)
    • Solid Car Load of Pittsburg Electric Welded Wire Fencing
  • The Herald (4)
    • Chosen by County Commissioners as official paper of Walton County
  • King’s Drug Store- Salves Can’t Cure Eczema (4)
    • J.F. King, Proprietor
    • Recommends D.D.D. Prescription
  • James A McLean, Fire Insurance (4)
  • Notice- Henry Newsham (4)
    • Second hand furniture bought and sold
    • Old stoves rebuilt
    • General Jobbing work promptly executed, small jobs receive same attention as big ones
  • The Big Store (4)
    • Mohawk Tires
  • Dr. Raborn & Dr. Bertrem, Physicians & Surgeons (4)
    • Freeport, FL, Office in J.J. McCaskill Building
  • Dr. E.L. Townsend, Dentist (4)
    • White Patronage Solicited
    • Crown & bridge work a specialty
  • W.O.W. Magnolia Camp (4)
    • Woodmen of the World
    • Meets 2nd and 4th Thursday nights at 7:30 at Odd Fellows Hall
    • D.W. Burke, A.D. Stanley
  • Boarding House (4)
    • Mrs. Callie Sellars, Proprietress
    • Clean beds, clean towels, plenty to eat, meals 25¢
    • Rate by week or month, North 9th St
  • D.H. Simmons, M.D. Physician & Surgeon (4)
    • Office Hours: 10 to 12 AM, 2:00-5:00 PM
    • Office: DeFuniak Drug Co.
  • Dixie Auto Shop (4)
  • Dr. C.B. McKinnon, Physician & Surgeon (4)
  • Parish’s (1)
    • ½ Price reduction on men’s goods
    • New Spring linens available
  • L.H. Cawthon (1)
    • Selling two good horses
  • DeFuniak Drug Co. (1)
    • Doctor’s prescriptions filled day or night by registered pharmacist
    • All the latest novelties in sterling silver and Parisian ivory goods available
  • Furnished Rooms (1)
    • At Mr. S.A. Cawthon’s residence on Crescent St.
  • Buckeye Laundry (2)
    • Send laundry by parcel post, will pay return postage, prices right and work guaranteed
  • For Sale or Rent (3)
    • St. Room House on East Baldwin Avenue, two blocks from Post Office, see W.A. McLeod

The DeFuniak Herald – January 29, 1914 – Advertisements

Contributed by Emily Petroskey

 

Advertisements

  • Cawthon State Bank (1)
  • First National Bank (1)
  • Carl Gumph, Music Lessons (1)
    • Violin lessons available from Carl Gumph, who studied for 2.5 years at the Royal Conservatory of Music, Leipsie, Germany, under Hans Becker
  • Will Return in February (1)
    • Around February 18, J. Conrad Scott will be in DeFuniak, to repair and tune everyone’s piano and organ, first class work at regular city prices
  • The Venomous Snake (1)
    • See Newsham for jobbing work
  • Parish’s (1)
    • ½ price reduction on all ready-to-wear goods
    • New spring linens available
  • The Racket (2)
    • Men’s 10¢ sox (sic) for 3 cents
    • Cluett dress shirts worth $1.50 and $2 for 90¢
    • $1 hats for 60¢; $1.50 hats for 75¢
    • Men’s hemstitch handkerchiefs (sic) for 2¢
    • Mr. J.W. Trammel, salesman of the Kahn Bros, tailor-made suits of Chicago, is at the Racket taking orders
  • Fresh Jersey Cream Milk (2)
    • Ring 92
  • Best Market, Native & Western Beef (2)
    • Back of First National Bank
  • Circle Store (2)
    • W.T. May
    • Carries vegetables, fruits and fancy groceries
  • DeFuniak Drug Company, Prescriptions, Druggists and Manufacturing Pharmacists (3)
    • The past year was the biggest in the history of the business
  • Star Theatre, A.H. Hamilton, Manager (3)
    • Change of program every night; clean, moral & elevating, well-heated & well-ventilated, Prices: 5¢ & 10¢
  • Palmer College and Academy for Boys and Girls (3)
    • Rev. Lynn Walker, D.D. & Prof. W.M. Kemper, Principal
    • Located in DeFuniak Springs, Seat of Winter Chautauqua, highest altitude in Florida, no malaria, unprecedented health record
    • Well equipped school buildings, two dorms, careful oversight, moderate expenses
    • Devoted distinctly to genuine happy home life, thorough education and character building through personal attention and competent instruction
    • Departments: Elementary, Music, Art, Elocution, Physical Culture, Gymnasium, Outdoor Sports- Tennis, Baseball, Baseball(?)
    • Enrollment increased last year 78%
  • John M. Laird, Family Groceries (3)
    • New Store Room in Cawthon State Bank Building
  • King’s Drug Store- Salves Can’t Cure Eczema (3)
    • J.F. King, Proprietor
    • Recommends D.D.D. Prescription
  • James A. McLean, Firs Insurance Agent (3)
  • The City Wood & Coal Co. (3)
    • Pine or oak wood and coal delivered, strictly cash
    • New firm seeking patrons
  • E.L. Townsend, Dentist (3)
    • White Patronage solicited
    • Crown & bridge work a specialty
  • The Big Store (3)
    • Mohawk Tires
  • H.L. Grace, Attorney at Law (3)
    • Room 9, McCaskill Block
    • Practices in all courts except criminal in Walton County
  • Drs. Raborn Bertrem, Physicians & Surgeons (3)
    • Freeport, FL, Office in J.J. McCaskill Building
  • Dr. C.B. McKinnon, Physician & Surgeon (3)
  • Dixie Auto Shop (3)
  • Boarding House (3)
    • Mrs. Callie Sellars, Proprietress
    • Clean beds, clean towels, plenty to eat, meals 25¢
    • Rate by week or month, North 9th St
  • D.H. Simmons, M.D. Physician & Surgeon (3)
    • Office Hours: 10 to 12 AM, 2:00-5:00 PM
    • Office: DeFuniak Drug Co.
  • DeFuniak Drug Co. (4)
    • Rexall Olive Oil Emulsion
      • Alleviates weakness, prevents illness, guaranteed
    • Latest novelties in sterling silver, Parisian ivory
    • Any doctors prescription filled by an experienced/registered pharmacist
    • All latest drinks served hot or cold by an expert soda dispenser
  • The Buckeye Laundry (4)
    • Phone 132, send laundry by parcel post, will pay return postage,
    • Prices right and work guaranteed
  • For Sale: 2 Good Horses (4)
    • L.H. Cawthon
  • Furnished Rooms (4)
    • At Mr. S.A. Cawthon’s residence on Crescent St.
  • Stenographer and Typewriter (4)
    • Orders will receive prompt attention if referred to William E. Smith, Phone 144, Residence East End

The DeFuniak Herald – January 22, 1914 – Advertisements

Contributed by Emily Petroskey

 

Advertisements

  • Cawthon State Bank (1)
    • Reinstalled electrical alarm system
  • DeFuniak Furniture Company (1)
    • Sale held because they need to raise $5000
  • First National Bank (1)
  • Newsham- Jobbing Work, “The Venomous Snake” (1)
  • Best Market, Native & Western Beef (2)
    • Back of First National Bank
  • Palmer College and Academy (2)
    • Rev. Lynn Walker, D.D. & Prof. W.M. Kemper, Principal
    • Located in DeFuniak Springs, Seat of Winter Chautauqua, highest altitude in Florida, no malaria, unprecedented health record
    • Well equipped school buildings, two dorms, careful oversight, moderate expenses
    • Devoted distinctly to genuine happy home life, thorough education and character building through personal attention and competent instruction
    • Departments: Elementary, Music, Art, Elocution, Physical Culture, Gymnasium, Outdoor Sports- Tennis, Baseball, Baseball(?)
    • Enrollment increased last year 78%
  • W.O.W. Magnolia Camp No. 15 (2)
    • Woodmen of the World
    • Meets 2nd and 4th Thursday nights at 7:30 at Odd Fellows Hall
    • D.W. Burke, A.D. Stanley
  • D.H. Simmons, M.D. Physician & Surgeon (2)
    • Office Hours: 10 to 12 AM, 2:00-5:00 PM
    • Office: DeFuniak Drug Co.
  • Boarding House (2)
    • Mrs. Callie Sellars, Proprietress
    • Clean beds, clean towels, plenty to eat, meals 25¢
    • Rate by week or month, North 9th St
  • John M. Laird, Family Groceries (2)
    • New Store Room in Cawthon State Bank Building
  • Circle Store (2)
    • W.T. May
    • Carries vegetables, fruits and fancy groceries

The DeFuniak Herald – January 15, 1914 – Advertisements

Contributed by Emily Petroskey

 

Advertisements

  • Cawthon State Bank (1)
  • First National Bank (1)
  • DeFuniak Furniture Company (1)
    • Sale held because they need to raise $5000
  • John M. Laird, Family Groceries (2)
  • Burke & Stanley Insurance (2)
  • Palmer College and Academy (2)
    • Rev. Lynn Walker, D.D. & Prof. W.M. Kemper, Principal
    • Located in DeFuniak Springs, Seat of Winter Chautauqua, highest altitude in Florida, no malaria, unprecedented health record
    • Well equipped school buildings, two dorms, careful oversight, moderate expenses
    • Devoted distinctly to genuine happy home life, thorough education and character building through personal attention and competent instruction
    • Departments: Elementary, Music, Art, Elocution, Physical Culture, Gymnasium, Outdoor Sports- Tennis, Baseball, Baseball(?)
    • Enrollment increased last year 78%
  • Newsham (employment) (2)
    • Hiring out-of-town labor is like hiring a venomous snake, see Newsham for jobbing work
  • Star Theatre, A.H. Hamilton, Manager (2)
    • Change of program every night; clean, moral & elevating, well-heated & well-ventilated, Prices: 5¢ & 10¢
  • Carl Gumph, Music Lessons (2)
    • Violin lessons available from Carl Gumph, who studied for 2.5 years at the Royal Conservatory of Music, Leipsie, Germany, under Hans Becker
  • King’s Drug Store- Salves Can’t Cure Eczema (3)
    • J.F. King, Proprietor
    • Recommends D.D.D. Prescription
  • Dixie Auto Shop (3)
  • James A. McLean, Agent, Fire Insurance (3)
  • The City Wood & Coal Co. (3)
    • Pine or oak wood and coal delivered, strictly cash
    • New firm seeking patrons
  • E.L. Townsend, Dentist (3)
    • White Patronage solicited
    • Crown & bridge work a specialty
  • The Big Store (3)
    • Mohawk Tires
  • H.L. Grace, Attorney at Law (3)
  • Physicians & Surgeons (3)
    • Freeport, FL, Office in the J.J. McCaskill Building
  • Dr. C.B. McKinnon, Physician & Surgeon (3)
  • DeFuniak Drug Company, Prescriptions, Druggists and Manufacturing Pharmacists (3)
    • The past year was the biggest in the history of the business
  • Will Return in February (3)
    • Around February 18, J. Conrad Scott will be in DeFuniak, to repair and tune everyone’s piano and organ, first class work at regular city prices
  • The Racket Store (4)
    • Strictly cash, bargain prices
    • W.K. Jennings, just opposite the depot
  • Best Market, Native & Western Beef (4)
    • Back of First National Bank
  • Post Office Café (4)
    • Short Order Dinners, pies, cakes & sandwiches
    • “Bread Like Mother Made”
  • Circle Store (4)
    • W.T. May
    • Carries vegetables, fruits and fancy groceries
  • D.H. Simmons, M.D. Physician & Surgeon (4)
    • Office Hours: 10 to 12 AM, 2:00-5:00 PM
    • Office: DeFuniak Drug Co.
  • Boarding House (4)
    • Mrs. Callie Sellars, Proprietress
    • Clean beds, clean towels, plenty to eat, meals 25¢
    • Rate by week or month, North 9th St
  • W.T. Bludworth, Attorney at Law & Solicitor in Chancery (4)
  • Munn & Co. Patents, Trademarks, Design (4)
  • From the Local News Items (4)
    • Rooms to Let, Inquire Mrs. D.W. Burkes
    • DeFuniak Drug Co.
      • Any doctor’s prescription filled by an experienced/registered pharmacist
      • Latest novelties in sterling silver, Parisian ivory goods
      • Latest hot and cold drinks served by expert soda dispenser
      • Phone orders accepted for the delivery of any item
      • Offers most complete drug store in Walton County and can save money
      • More than 25,000 bottles of Murphree’s Chill Tonic without a dissatisfied customer
      • Will fill and return prescriptions in minutes
    • For Rent: 3 nicely furnished rooms, inquire Mrs. N. Manning
    • The Buckeye Laundry, Phone 132, send laundry by parcel post, will pay return postage, prices right and work guaranteed
    • Mr. S.A. Cawthon has fine young trees for sale, this is the season for planting fruit trees
    • The Racket
      • All winter garments at cost
      • All ladies hats at cost
      • $1.50 and $2.00 hats going @ $1.00
      • Beautiful line of new shoes received since the holidays
      • Will reduce prices further to make room for spring goods
      • All enameled dippers and wash pans at real cost
      • See our 4¢ enameled dippers
      • Enameled wash pans for 6¢
      • Selling remainder of winter goods such as overcoats, sweaters and ladies coats at cost
    • For Sale: 10 acres in DeFuniak Springs, desirable location, bargain for a quick buyer, address “owner” box 524, Aunapolis, MD
    • Mr. K.J. Hanak, recently from Germany and directly from AL offers services as a house and sign painter to people of DeFuniak Springs and vicinity, also a paper-hanger
    • Mr. Tebe Cawthon- every man in DeFuniak should have a few Satsuma trees- hardy, easily grown, adds a Florida appearance, best stock available; see Uncle Tebe Cawthon for Satsuma and Grape Fruit Trees
    • Two good horses for sale, see L.H. Cawthon
    • Furnished rooms at S.A. Cawthon’s residence on Crescent St.
    • Dr. Ames Optical Parlors- Free eye test and glasses fitted at a reasonable price, next door to post office
    • Dr. Ames- offers first class jewelry, in front end of Star Theatre
    • Henry Newsham- Furnished rooms for rent
    • The Big Store
      • All silks and messeline at ½ price next Friday and Saturday
      • Will offer all shades of China silk at 35¢ per yard next Friday and Saturday
      • All silk muls and fancy voiles suitable for evening dresses at ½ price next Friday and Saturday
    • Mrs. Johnson- nicely furnished rooms, south side
    • Wanted: position as book keeper and general office work, can furnish best of references, Clayton Griffin, DeFuniak Springs, FL
    • Home made candy is sold at library every Saturday evening
    • Davis & Wickersham will place a car load of horses and mules on the DeFuniak market about the 17th.  They will be sold for cash or on good security for as close a price as possible.
  • The Racket (5)
    • Will reduce prices lower on most stock to make room for spring goods
    • 35¢ gilded dinner plates
  • D.H. Simmons, M.D. Physician & Surgeon (5)
    • Office Hours: 10 to 12 AM, 2:00-5:00 PM
    • Office: DeFuniak Drug Co.
  • The Big Store (5)
    • Try tin from Mohawk
  • The City Wood & Coal Co. (5)
    • Pine or oak wood and coal delivered, strictly cash
    • New firm seeking patrons
  • Boarding House (5)
    • Mrs. Callie Sellars, Proprietress
    • Clean beds, clean towels, plenty to eat, meals 25¢
    • Rate by week or month, North 9th St
  • Dr. C.B McKinnon, Physician and Surgeon (5)
  • James A. McLean, Agent, Fire Insurance (5)
  • Dr. E.L. Townsend, Dentist (5)
    • White Patronage Solicited
    • Crown & bridge work a specialty

The DeFuniak Herald – January 8, 1914 – Advertisements

Contributed by Emily Petroskey

 

ADVERTISEMENTS

  • First National Bank (1)
  • W.E. Parish & Co. (1)
    • Grand Closing Out Sale
  • Cawthon State Bank (1)
    • Reinstalled electrical alarm system
  • John M. Laird, Family Groceries (1)
    • New Store Room in Cawthon State Bank Building
  • J. Conrad Scott, Piano & Organ Tuning & Repairing (2)
    • Will Return February 18th
  • Burke & Stanley Insurance (2)
  • Palmer College and Academy for Boys and Girls (2)
    • Rev. Lynn Walker, D.D. & Prof. W.M. Kemper, Principal
    • Located in DeFuniak Springs, Seat of Winter Chautauqua, highest altitude in Florida, no malaria, unprecedented health record
    • Well equipped school buildings, two dorms, careful oversight, moderate expenses
    • Devoted distinctly to genuine happy home life, thorough education and character building through personal attention and competent instruction
    • Departments: Elementary, Music, Art, Elocution, Physical Culture, Gymnasium, Outdoor Sports- Tennis, Baseball, Baseball(?)
    • Enrollment increased last year 78%
  • Dixie Auto Shop (2)
  • Dr. E.L. Townsend, Dentist (2)
    • White Patronage Solicited
    • Crown & bridge work a specialty
  • H.L. Grace, Attorney at Law (2)
    • Will practice in all courts except criminal law in Walton County
  • Dr. Raborn & Dr. Bertrem, Physicians & Surgeons (2)
  • Uncle Tebe Cawthon (2)
    • Selling Satsuma & Grapefruit Trees
  • S.A. Cawthon (2)
  •      —- Nicely furnished rooms for rent on Crescent St.
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