No Date - Mr C.A. HENRY AND Miss Nettie HOUSE were married last Friday.
The groom is an engineer of the Britton Lumber Company.
J. M. BRITTON of DeFuniak and Mrs Agnes HARPER of Portland were married
the Methodist Church in Portland Sunday Dec 4th.
24 Feb - Mrs Matt BISHOP of Freeport died last Friday 18 Feb.
Mr and Mrs James C. NELSON announce the birth of a son on Thursday 17
Criminal Court -
T.J. Hall doing business without a license, plea of guilty, costs of
Golester Porter, failure to work road, pleas of guilty $5 and costs.
Cook Sellars, wounding animals, verdict of guilty.
Arthur Helms, trespass after warning pleas of guilty, $2.50, and pro rata
Rube Joe Allen and Robert Vickery, trespass after warning, verdict of
W.S. Massenberg, cruelty to animals, verdict of guilty.
Bully Prescott, Bill Truett, and Jessie Angel, assault and batter,
verdict of guilty.
Roland Burnham, Frank Burnham, and Rufus Peterson larceny, verdict not
Warren Green, violation of local option, verdict not guilty.
No Date - Mr F.M. HOYT died last Monday and buried on Tuesday at the city
Mr Hoyt left here some time ago for Thayer MO, for treatment and at which
died. Some years ago he was badly bruised in a mill wreck and had never
recovered and which in his older day told on him. Mr and Mrs Hoyt came
30 years ago from Michigan. He was 59 years old at the time of his
death. He had
no children, but is survived by his wife and her two sisters Mary Newcomb
Mar - Mrs. J.N. McLane wishes to extend thanks for kindness and sympathy
the recent death of her sister, Miss Mary R. CHAPIN on 31 Mar. Miss
born in Alleghany County, NY and for many years lived in North Dakota.
past ten years she had lived in DeFuniak with her sister.
Mr J.A. GARRETT who was killed Monday night was interred Tuesday
Masonic honors. He leaves a wife and three sons, a mother, father and
sisters to mourn his lose.
Wednesday 16 March Miss Janie Pruitt of Troy, AL and Mr John D. WILSON of
city were married.
7 Apr - Mr Archie SLAY and Miss Ruthie MARTIN were married at the home of
parents on Sunday.
21 Apr - This article appeared in The Herald - A CONFEDERATE MENU
A subscriber has sent in this menu of Confederate days, the original of
was printed on wall paper just prior to the end of the siege of
Jul 4 1863, and was picked up by Col R.J. Redding during a sojourn in
It is interesting to note the straits to which the arm commissariat was
as well as the humor which never failed, even under the most adverse
HOTEL DE VICKSBURG
BILL OF FARE FOR JUL, 1963 (This is the date printed in the paper, it
1863, but it was misprinted)
Soup: Mule tail. Roast: Mule sirloin; mule rump, stuffed with rice;
saddle of mule,
a la armee. Vegetable: Boiled rice; rice hard boiled; rice any way.
head, stuffed a la Reb; mule hoof, jerked a la Yankee, mule ears,
fricassed a la
getch; mule side, stewed, new style, hide on; mule liver, hashed a la
Side dishes: Mule salad; mule hoof, soused; mule brinas, a la
ramrod; mule tripe on half (Parrott) shell; mule tongue, cold, a la Bray.
Mule foot, three to yard; mule bone, a la trench. Desert: White oak
beechnuts; blackberry leaf tea; genuine Confederate coffee. Liquors:
water; vintage 1492, very superior, $3; linestone water, late
fine, $3.75; spring water, Vicksburg bottled $4. Meals at few hours.
wait upon themselves. Any inattention in service should be promptly
the office. JEFF DAVIS & CO. Propr's
18 April - Notice of Application for Pardon - Notice is hereby given that
McCarty, who was convicted for the murder of John Barker at the fall term
circuit court in Walton County FL in 1897, and sentenced to the state
life will make application for a full and free pardon to the State Board
at their next regular meeting Chas. O. Andrews Attorney for Applicant
Date Unknown - M.M. Ferrell in who company Albert Armstrong, who was
(note: he is the deceased) in a blacksmith shop in Bonifay recently was
the coroners jury without bail on a charge of murder, some circumstances
arisen to create the impression that he was murdered and the shop fired
to hid the crime.
William J. ADKISON vs Sophronia ADKISON, Bill for divorce 2 Apr 1910
Mrs D.S. MCALLISTER, of Red Springs NC announces the engagement of her
Mary Janet to Mr Robt S. SHINE, of this place do early in June.
Mrs Angus BOWNELL, WHO HUSBAND DIED IN THE HOSPITAL AT Montgomery April
7th is at
home now with her father and brother C.A. and N.P. CAMPBELL.
Criminal Court Records -
Kid Henry, was convicted of shooting into a railroad train was sentenced
2 yrs in the penitentiary and for carrying concealed weapons got 6 months
jail, to follow his other sentence.
Joanna and Louis Coleman were found guilty of selling liquor.
Arthur Johnson, plead guilty to breaking and entering and also to
into a dwelling house.
W.H. Oliver was found not guilty of larceny of a log, was convicted of
and battery and plead guilty to open profanity and for this last offense
fined $5 and costs.
Bill Daniels for carrying concealed weapons was handed $150 and costs or
six months in jail.
George Anderson for assault with intent to commit manslaughter drew two
years in the pen.
Charlie Jones who sold liquor since last October got 10 months in jail
and 2 months
additional if he fails to pay the costs with the alternative of a fine of
T.L. Carver for profanity got off with $1 and costs.
Robt Vickery for trespass got $10 and costs or 30 days.
Will Cooper will pay $15 and costs or serve 60 days for assault and
Jas Mann alias Dummy a deaf and dumb negro stole a hog and was let off
with $10 and
costs or 60 days.
28 Apr - Freeport -
Mrs Emily GARRETT died last Friday, Walton county loses one of its oldest
and best loved women. She had reached the ripe old age of 85, and all her
been a like an inspiration and a benediction to those who knew her. She
at Hatcher cemetery and the service was conducted by her long time friend
Rev George Berry. Four children, 32 grandchildren and 34 great-
grandchildren survive her.
R.P. BLUDWORTH died last Tuesday. He was well known as "Pat".
Criminal Court -
Doll Daniels, aggravated assault, $75 or service 12 months in county
Joanna Colemean, selling liquor $25 or serve 4 months.
Lewis Coleman selling liquor $100 or ten months.
Arthur Johnson, for throwing missiles into a dwelling will go to the
for 12 months and for break and entering 9 months.
W.S. Massenberg, for cruelty to animals $25 or 4 months in jail.
Taut Goode was found guilty of carrying a concealed weapons.
Lewis Goode was convicted of assault and battery on a charge of
The cases against Geo Hudson and Will Cooper for vagrancy were continued
to the June term.
Wm A. KELLY, A MEMBER OF Yellow Pine Camp No. 12 of Portland FL died
April 6th and
was buried April 7th at the Hatcher Cemetery.
May - Freeport -
Mr and Mrs Chas MCCASKILL's infant daughter died last Sat nite and was
Valley cemetery on Sunday.
M. Willis HOBBS and Miss Jennie BLOUNT were married at the bride's home
on 18 May.
Died last Friday, May 20th, at the home of Mr L. I. SMITH, Mrs DYE, wife
Dr A.A. DYE, cousin of Mrs Smith's and with her husband had spent the
Her daughters Mrs MANSON and Mrs THOM of Warsah, Wis. She was buried
back at her home.
Will RICHARDS and Miss Ada MCDANIEL were married last Sunday.
19 May - Mrs Will SMITH died at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs
The remains were laid to rest in Euchee Valley cemetery on Saturday.
26 May - Mrs Warren WARD died last Monday at her home in Bruce, she was
on Tuesday at Antioch cemetery.
Miss Florence MCCULLOUGH AND Mr M.M. BRAZILE were married at the home of
parents last Thursday.
A young woman of about 30 summers was being chided for not getting
married and making
a happy home for some man. The young lady had thought of all this perhaps
but concluded she would be better off single, the she said: "I have a
smokes, a cat that stays out late nights, a parrot that swears, a goat
and a dog that growls; pray, tell me what use have I for a man.!
Mr James Walter GRIFFIN, of Vernon FL and Miss Pearl PRESCOTT were
the home of the bride's parents on 10th Street and Nelson Avenue, Mr and
James C. PRESCOTT.
Cards are out for the wedding of B.G. STANLEY and Miss ROOKS of Chipley
on Jun 22nd.
Miss Cillia Marle left for her home in Destin after a visit with her
Mr and Mrs Geo. PARISH.
16 Jun - Miss Sadie Rowland DONALDSON and Mr Henry v.d. HART ROELOFS,
were married at the home of her mother, Mrs S.E. DONALSON, on Tuesday
7 Jun at Pt Donalson, Parker FL, on St Andrews Bay FL.
Mr and Mrs D.J. ADKINSON'S daughter Gladys, who was so frightfully
before last, died last Saturday and was buried on Sunday.
Criminal Court -
Coley Bragg pled guilty to public drunkenness and profanity as did Jas
and H.A. Clark pled guilty to assault and battery.
Coley Bragg was sentenced to pay $5 and costs or serve 60 days in jail.
Jas Shirley, for his offense got $6 and costs or 40 days in jail.
H.A. Clark was assessed $5 and costs or serve 30 days in jail.
Cleve Dannely pled guilty to assault and battery and profanity and the
for both was $50 or ten months.
J.A. Dorsey pled guilty to petit larceny and drew $15 and costs or 60
John Hart admitted that he cursed some and the sum of his repentance was
$10 or 60 days.
Wm Sutton assaulted and battered and it cost him $10 or 60 days.
Will Cheatham charged with assault with intent to murder plead guilty to
Ted McDaniel charged with petit larceny was let off during good behavior.
Art Carlin was found guilty of carrying a concealed weapon.
Miss Mattie WISE was here to visit her sister Mrs A.E. WISE and left for
her home on Sat.
Card of Thanks in the sickness, death, and burial of Mr E.P. BLUDWORTH.
Herman BLUDWORTH, Mrs O.A. WATSON, and W.T. BLUDWORTH.
Mr Samuel RAY, who with Mrs Ray and their aunt spent the winter in
Springs, three years ago, died at his home in New Brighton PA, on May
Jun - Arcadia -
Mesdames Victoria MCLEOD and Christian CRAWFORD of Red Bay, visited
David George, Sunday.
Mr and Mrs B.F. INFINGER went to Alaqua last Thursday, being called there
the death of his sister.
Mrs George H. HUNT and little son Fred, of Campbellton, are visiting Mrs
HUNT's parents, Mr and Mrs J.C. DAY.
Mr and Mrs Tobe TROTMAN are the proud parents of a daughter born last
Mr Grady COOK returned to his home in Texas after visiting his sister Mrs
Mrs Robert SELLARS died last Tuesday.
23 Jun -
Mrs Tom KING returned home from Graceville with her daughter, Mrs Wm
Mr and Mrs M.A. WARREN are the proud parents of a fine boy born last
30 Jun -
Mrs E.P. MADER has left for Mobile to visit her parents Mr and Mrs
Mr Will MORRIS and Miss Hattie STUBBS were married last Wed at the home
the bride in Freeport.
Mr Austin HUTCHINSON, of Inwood FL and Miss Molly YON, were married
The groom made the acquaintance of the bride at the marriage of his
just a month before their own wedding.
14 Jul -
Mrs C.I. MCLEAN died at the home of her daughter, Mrs W. L. MCDONALD,
She was buried on Tuesday at Valley Cemetery.
Mr B.L. WIGGINS and Miss Agnes WILSON on Tuesday evening.
Miss Hathaway of Flomaton AL has been visiting her sister Mrs SPENCER.
Mr and Mrs Henry BLACKMAN of Stella announce the birth of a son last
4 Aug -
Murdered on Friday while on her way to school Miss Bessie May MORRISON,
old daughter of Mrs Gus MORRISON (she was a widow), who lived near Leonia
house in Holmes county. The body was found on Sat. and the three colored
responsible for this was Tom Johnson, Jeems Price, and Barney Baker.
Considering the circumstances and only after an incontentestable chain of
evidence had established their guilt they were killed by a lynchers group
the terrible crime they had committed.
Mrs WOODS of Dothan AL is visiting her daughter Mrs J.L. ENNIS.
Mr and Mrs B.L. GRAVES and daughter Thelma are her visiting from
Mrs GRAVES parents Mr and Mrs J.C SMITH.
Mrs Harrison of Milton has been here visiting her bother Judge Campbell.
Miss Wille Belle MCDONALD was in town visiting her sister Mrs Dan
Mrs Bert MURRAY left last Saturday to visit her brother Mr Sam MCCALL at
Mrs W.C. MURPHY of Denton TX, with her daughter Caroline and two sons
William is visiting her brother Mr W.T. MAY.
18 Aug -
Mr and Mrs T.J. WEST's son died. He was badly hurt last Sunday by a horse
lot where he was playing.
Infant son of Mr and Mrs W.W. HICKS died Friday and was interred in the
25 Aug -
Explosion - Boiler at Nichols' Mill Blows Up - Two Men Killed and Mill
A boiler explosion at Nichol's Mill, three miles from Mossey Head, last
Tuesday morning instantly killed M.O. SHELLY. John HUILON lived for
hours, dying early in the afternoon of his injuries. JJohn HINOTE had his
broken and is otherwise badly bruised. Charles MARLOWE, the fireman, is
painfully scaled and bruised and the boiler is completely wrecked, having
ends blown out. HULION also leaves quite a large family.
Mr and Mrs John D. KING are the proud parents of a girl, born last
23 Aug -
Mr M.O. SHELLY was killed in the boiler explosion near Mossyhead.
He is survived by his son J. A. SHELLY. Mr Shelly's wife died a year or
ago and we learn that he leaves a large family of small children.
Sep - Mrs Jennie EDGE died at Pensacola yesterday. Her daughter is Miss
EDGE, step-son and daughter, Mr Ernest EDGE and Mrs W.T. MAY. Mrs EDGE
to rest in Valley cemetery this morning.
Mr and Mrs Burruss CAWTHON announce the birth of a daughter.
Miss Kate MCKINNON died yesterday morning at her home in DeFuniak
She was the sister of Mrs John L. and Alec MCKINNON. The funeral was
at Euchee Valley this morning.
1 Sep -
15 Sep -
Mr and Mrs G.B. CAMPBELL'S daughter Helen died last Friday. The funeral
was held on Sunday and internment being in the family lot at the Valley
22 Sep -
Mrs Julia YONGE, 80 years of age, died last Saturday, and the body was
Pensacola for internment. She is survived by a son P.K. YONGE. Two
Miss Julia YONGE and Mrs Frank SIMMONS.
Mrs Mary J. SENTERFITT died in Whitfield, FL on 20 Sep, from heart
She was the wife of W.H. SENTERFITT, who died five years ago. Two
survive both grown, her mother, and two brothers besides her step-
Married on Sunday at the home of the brides parents Miss Essie PERDUE and
Mr Brazile PERDUE.
Born to Mr and Mrs John WILKERSON on last Sunday a daughter.
Mr W.E. BELL returned from Georgia where his mother passed away.
Miss A. MILLS OF Ponce de Leon and Mr BROXTON of Westville were married a
few days ago.
6 Oct - Circuit Court -
The only case in which there was any particular interest was that of
Jones, for $20,000 damages for alienating the affection of the
according to the declaration filed in the case and this was continued on
of the illness of important witnesses. Judge Wolfe will return here
next week to try the case.
20 Oct -
Married on Sunday at the home of the bride Mr J.E. DAVIS of Crestview to
Lilia EARLY of this place.
Criminal Court -
Henton Murphy charged with assault and battery and who was given a
Nora Brooks plead guilty to gambling and was given $10 and costs or three
in the county jail. Nora Brooks also plead guilty to a charge
of assault and battery $10 and costs or three moths.
Jack Garrett, Bob Weeks, Frank Weeks, Toad Qualls all plead guilty to
public worship $20 and cost or two months in county jail was given to
Geo Peters was charged with assault and battery, found guilty $10 and
or 4 months in county jail.
27 Oct - Criminal Court -
Willis Johnson (col) pleas of guilty, aggravated assault, $75 and costs
or 9 months in county prison camps. Tom Kennedy, plea of guilty of
$15 and costs or 90 days in county prison camps.
James Baker, please of guilty of assault and battery, $10 and costs or 90
days in jail, also plea of guilty of exhibiting a weapon in a dangerous
and threatening manner $15 and costs, or 90 days in jail.
Lydia McRanie (col) plea of guilty of selling liquor in violation of
option law, $100 and costs, or 5 months in jail.
Edd Waldron, plea of guilty of profanity, $10 and costs or 90 days.
Bill McFarlin (col) pleas of guilty of vagrancy $25 and costs or 5
William Godwin, plea of guilty of profanity, $10 and costs or 90 days.
Sam Alderman (col) verdict of guilty of adultery, $50 and costs or 9
Clara Alderman (col), verdict of guilty $25 and costs or 5 months.
Andrew Carter (col) verdicts of guilty of manslaughter through
sentence suspended upon payment of costs.
Ark Corbin verdict of carry concealed weapon fined $100 and costs or 3
Tucker Brown (col) vagrancy, verdict of guilty, fined $25 and costs or 4
John Bell (col) breaking entering a dwelling house with intent to commit
misdemeanor, verdict of guilty, sentenced to one year in State prison at
John Bell (col) assault with intent to rape, verdict of guilty sentenced
10 years in the State Prison at hard labor.
George Brantley (col) selling liquor, plea of guilty, fined $150 and
or serve three months. Noah Brooks (col) verdict of assault and battery,
$20 and costs, or three months in county prison camps.
Noah Brooks (col) gambling, plea of guilty $10 and costs or three months.
Ruben Nixon (col) enticing away unmarried female under sixteen years for
clandestine marriage, verdict of guilty, fined $100 and costs, or 6
months in jail.
Jack Garrett, Frank Weeks, Bob Weeks, and Toad Qualls, all entered pleas
guilty to disturbing public worship, each fined $20 and costs or 60 days
county prison camps. George Peters assault and battery, pleas of guilty,
and costs or 90 days. Charles Bruner stealing hogs pleas of guilty $35
costs or four months.
Will Lassiter stealing hogs plea of guilty, $35 and costs, or 4 months.
Tom Bruner and Hub Mahair, same offense pleas of guilty, fined $16 and
or two months in jail. Felix Tuttle alias Felix Edison, carrying
weapons $100 and costs or six months.
A.B. Housman, selling liquor in violation of local option law, verdict of
guilty $250 and costs or six months. Hinton Murphy verdict of guilty for
and battery $20 and costs or three months. Edward Brown (col) aggravated
plea of guilty of assault and battery $25 and costs, or 6 months in jail.
Willie Martin (col) age 10 charged with maliciously setting the woods on
plead guilty, sentenced to Reform School. John Barker (col) aggravated
verdict of guilty $50 and costs or 6 months in jail.
James P. Laird died last Thursday and was buried on Saturday at
Church. He leaves three sons to morn his death, Wm A. John H. and James
he was proceeded in death several years earlier by his wife. (NOTE: I
more information on this family and if you will contact me I will be
to share this with you).
J. L. Jackson of Vernon FL died on Tuesday. He is survived by his brother
R. H. Jackson of this place. The funeral was held at Mosseyhead as well
10 Nov - Chipley -
7 Nov A tree cut by three older brothers fell on the 2 year old son of Mr
Mrs N.B. HAYS, of this place this morning, causing an instant and
12 Nov Panama City -
Circuit Court recently held at Vernon the trial of Jeff Coxwell of
for the murder of his father this summer resulted in a verdict of murder
and a life sentence.
Nov - No date -
F.M. (Marion) MCCULLOUGH of Chipley died on Sunday and was buried Monday.
He was a former resident of Freeport and was a brother of James and John
McCullough of this place and Mrs C. A. Stanley of Freeport.
Nov - Criminal Court -
George Hudson, vagrancy and nol pros. John Colvin, assault, no pros.
Dave McLendon, petit larceny, con't.
W.J. Wilkerson, alias Billy Wilkerson, concealed weapons, nol pros.
Coley Bragg, profanity, plead guilty.
James Shirley, drunkenness and profanity, pled guilty.
H.A. Clark, assault and battery, pled guilty.
Cleve Dannelly, assault and battery and profanity, plead guilty.
J.A. Dorsey, petit larceny, plea of guilty.
John Hart, profanity and drunkenness, plea of guilty.
William Sutton, assault and battery, plea of guilty.
W.L. Smith, enticing away laborers under contract, nol pros.
R.W. Williams, wantonly killing an animal, nol pros.
Willie Cheatum, assault with intent to murder, plea of aggravated
Ted McDaniel, petit larceny, plead guilty.
Houston Gilmore, concealed weapons and assault to murder, continued.
Ark Colvin, concealed weapons, verdict of guilty.
W.J. Adkinson and Mahalia Miller, continued.
Henry B. Lweery, exhibiting deadly weapon, plead guilty.
Will Cheatum, aggravated assault, plead guilty.
Harvey Hattaway, petit larceny and carrying concealed weapon, plead
Henry Brannan, aggravated assault, plead guilty.
J. G. Perryman, assault and battery and exhibiting weapon, continued.
Reno Wilhelms, selling liquor, verdict to guilty.
Fred Coleman, beating way on train, plead guilty.
Isam Sullivan, assault and battery, and exhibiting weapon, verdict not
Charles Marlow, breaking and entering to commit misdemeanor, verdict not
Anderson Carter, inflicting wounds by culpable negligence, nol pros.
Anderson Carter, manslaughter, continued. H.C. Register, embezzlement
and false pretense, verdict of guilty.
Tom Moore, breaking and entering, plead guilty.
J.T. McCullough, violating Sabbath, continued.
John McMillian, disposing of property under lien, continued.
Tom Moore, breaking and entering to commit felony, plead guilty.
W.T. Bedsole perjury, verdict of guilty.
J.W. Henderson, aggravated assault, concealed weapons and exhibiting
deadly weapon, continued.
J.D. Stanley, disposing of property under lien, continued.
Joe Smokey, gambling, nol pros.
John Jackson, petit larceny, verdict of guilty.
John Jackson, concealed weapon, plead guilty.
Wilt Williams, vagrancy, verdict of guilty.
Ira M. Laughton, slander, plea of guilty.
John Taylor, breaking and entering, verdict not guilty.
Jim Floyd, concealed weapons, verdict of guilty.
Mary Day, assault to murder, plead guilty to aggravated assault.
Mary Day, concealed weapons, nol pros.
Mrs William SNYDER died last Friday. The remains were laid to rest in the
Crain Cemetery Saturday. (Info was submitted from the Santa Rosa Star).
Married Yesterday - Shortly before noon, at the W.L. Cawthon Bank,
Mr Macom ADKINSON and Miss Hazer COSSON, of Bear Head, were married.
Mr Howard Cawthon N.P. performed the ceremony according to Marquis of
Queensbury rules in the presence of a goodly number who accidentally
dropped(sp?) in on business with the bank.
24 Nov 1910 -
Died Mr Braswell former minister who preached at the Methodist church
died at his home in Memphis TN on the 14th.
4 Dec -
Invitations sent out for the wedding of Dr Harley Cawthon and Miss Altha
Thompson, will be solemnized at the Baptist Church on the 21st of Dec.
Mr and Mrs T.J. McKee arrived on Sat night from Boggy. Mrs McKee is
the holidays with her sister Mrs Turnipseed.
Mrs W.R. STAFFORD and children, returned from Mosseyhead last Friday
where they had been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs C.D. Meigs.
Mrs Robert SELLARS died last Tuesday.
Mr George Cawthon and sisters, Misses Fannie Lou and Ashley, returned
from Nostasulga AL where they had been to visit their grandfather, Dr
Dr John C. Burruss, father of Mrs Hutch Cawthon, died at his home in
AL on Mon afternoon at the age of 93.
Married last Thurs in Pensacola FL Mr R.W. STORRS, Editor of the DeFuniak
general manager of the Inter-State Fair Association, was married in the
Christian Church at 10:30, to Miss Lillie Downer, formerly of England,
her home in FL.
22 Dec -
Birth of twins for Mr and Mrs P.D. BEVILLE, was an error. The doctor told
it was twins, and he didn't know any better till he reached home and
found it was
only a boy, and a might fine one at that.
The five year old daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank HUNT, DIED AT Ponce DeLeon
Saturday night, throat trouble being the cause.
Mr F.J. GALLAGHER, died at his home on Live Oak Ave last Sat night and
with Masonic honors Sun afternoon. He was related to Mr T. M. MCCONNELL,
leaves a wife and several children.
Lake wood -
Mr John STAFFORD and Miss HISSEY were married last Saturday.
Miss Effie NIPE arrived on Saturday to spend time visiting her sister,
Mr E.R. SPRAGUE, died at his home Monday eve. The funeral service was
from his home on Tues and the body was taken north that night for
at the old home at Broadhoad WIS.
Mr. E.C. PATTERSON and his wife arrived from New York a few days ago to
control of the Hotel Chautauqua.
Mr and Mrs HILLIARD, OF Cincinnati, have moved to the farm of Mr Louie
just east of town, and will make their home there, Mr LEIBERT is Mrs
Mr Bullied CAWTHON, has purchased from Rev J. W. MATHISON the 80 acre
just south of Palmer Heights, comprising the STUBBS old place.
Mrs Mary Jane MORRISON, died at her home in Euchee Valley on 23 Nov and
body was laid to rest at Valley Church on the 24th. She is survived by
children, two daughters, and four sons - one of her sons being Mr Neal
MORRISON of DeFuniak Spgs, Mrs MORRISON was a sister of former sheriff
CAMPBELL of this city. Mr Neal CAMPBELL, Mrs Belle BROWN, and Mrs Sarah
MCDONALD, of Knox Hill.
Dr Harley CAWTHON and Miss Altha FLETCHER were married last evening at
Mr and Mrs Herbert Jones spent the holidays with his parents Mr and Mrs
29 Dec -
Mr and Mrs Newt MARTIN living near the planing mill was burned last Wed
died on Thursday. From what we have learned is he was playing with a
of wood when his clothing caught on fire. He was buried on Friday.
Criminal Court -
Jerry Miller for murder was convicted and sentenced to seven years in the
state prison, $311.08 total costs.
John Bell found guilty and sentenced to 10 years in the state pen, $66.67
12 Jan 1911 -
Maggie Rice SMITH, daughter of Matthew and Emily Rice, and wife of Wm
was born near West Salem IL on 4 Feb 1850. She died on 9 Jan 1911 age 60
11 months and 5 days. Father, Mother, three brothers and one sister have
her in death. Two sisters Emma J. COKLEY, of Illinois and Mary E. NODING
of North Dakota, one brother, Marshall RICE of DeFuniak Spgs. Funeral
were Tuesday and the remains were taken back to Albion IL for interment.