On 25th Mar Mr Julius Caesar Day died leaving wife, 3 sons, & 6 daughters to mourn his loss. Mr Hugh M Day, Argyle, Wallace of Eucheeanne, Ernest of this place; Anne who lived with her parents; Mrs Mary Hunt; Mrs Bill Wilks, Ponce de Leon; Mrs Emma Infinger, Mrs Sallie Infinger & Mrs J F Robinson; also 18 gr children, 7 gr grands. Uncle Jewel, as he was known, was one of 16 children, only two brothers now living, Mr Jeff Day of Marianna, and Mr William Day of Orange Hill Fl. Mr Day was born Dec 12 1848 near Opelika, Ala. In 1856 the famiy moved to Knox Hill and in 1872 he Married Sarah Abigall McDonald. Services held at the Valley on Wednesday Mar 27; internment in Valley cemetery.
Mrs. Wm. C. Cutts, formerly Ida Hinote, daughter of TJ Hinote, died 18 January 1912, in Crestview. She was born in Milligan and was 26 years old. She was a member of the ME Church. Survived by her husband & 2 week old daughter, father, six sisters, and four brothers. Interment at Dorcas, beside her mother, the Rev. WG Miller officiating.
A lengthy obituary for Miss Jeannette McKinnon, daughter of the Hon. & Mrs. John L. McKinnon, who passed away on Saturday. She was a member of the Presbyterian Church and Sunday School. Services were held at the church and were conducted by the pastors, Rev. Lynn R Walker & Rev. RQ Baker; interment to follow at the Valley Cemetery. Baptist, Episcopal, Christian & Universalist churches suspended services so congregations may attend.
JOHN L. CREARY: Mr. John L. Creary of Pensacola, who has been here for the past year living in the pine woods in the hope that he might get some relief from consumption, died suddenly Thursday night (January 26, 1911) from a hemorrhage . The body was taken to Pensacola on Friday night for burial there.
F.S. WILLIAMS: Mr. Floyd S. Williams Sr. died at his home on 13th St. on Sunday evening from apoplexy after an illness of only a few hours, and was laid to rest on Tuesday morning. The Rev. D.B. Slaughter conducted the services. A wife and 3 daughters, Mrs. J.E. Douglas of Tarpon Springs, Nellie Mae and Julia, and 3 sons, A.G.,F.S., and Ralph are left to mourn his loss.
Mr. Williams has been a resident here for several years and was formerly in the turpentine business at Glendale.
INFANT CAMPBELL: The infant babe of Mr. and Mrs. A.D. Campbell of Laurel Hill was taken to the Valley Cemetery for burial.
Helen, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Campbell was taken ill last Friday [September 9, 1910] and in a few hours had passed away in spite of every effort that could be used to relieve her. The funeral was held Sunday the interment being in the family lot at the Valley cemetery.
The death of little children is always one of the saddest and when it came as sudden like this it seems doubly so. The little one was the idol of everyone who knew her, her sweet winsome ways making her a general favorite, and the deeply bereaved parents are not alone in their sorrow.