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Items of Interest Gathered
From Many Places
By Special Correspondents
Tallahassee, April 19. Governor and
Mrs, Park Trammell will entertain at
the mansion next Tuesday evening- in
honor of the members of the legisla
ture and their families, and to which
the entire public are cordially invited.
This will be the first reception given
at the mansion in some time and the
first social function held there since
Governor and Mrs. Trammell have
been its occupants. This reception la
looked forward to as an expected
function of great brilliancy yet it will
be democratic In its nature for Gov
ernor and Mrs. Trammell are very
close to the rank and file of the people
of Florida.
Miss Mary Groover, of Jacksonville,
Is the charming- guest of Mr. and Mrs.
. T. B. Byrd. at their home on South
Calhoun street.
Mrs. B. A, Meginniss entertained the
Thursday Morning- Bridge club at her
home on Adams street.
Dr. and Mrs. W. W. DeHart, of
Tampa, left for their home Thursday,
after a delightful visit of several days
to Hon. and Mrs. T. M. Shackelford.
Andrews Meginnis Aven, has arrived
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William
J. Oven.
Mrs. M. H. Mabry will entertain at
Auction on Wednesday afternoon,
April 23, In compliment to her sister,
-.Irs. George Frederick Smith, of San
ford, and Miss Kate Rudd, of Monti
cello, the house guest of Mrs. W. II.
Ellis. "
Miss Cornelia Puleston, a charming
Monti cello girl, is the, guest of Mr.
una Mrs. T. B. Byrd.
Mrs. J. H. Iavet returned to her
home in this city Wednesday, after a
short visit to relatives at Bartow,
Mrs. S. Z. Ruff has issued Invita
tions to an auction party to be given
it ner home on North Monroe street,
.Friday afternoon.
. The Lilies Bridge had a delightful
meeting Tuesday evening at the home
of Mrs. John S. Wlnthrop.
Miss Carrie Syms, of Palmetto, ar
rived Tuesday and is thu guest of Hon.
and Mrs. W. N. Sheats on North Mon
roe street. Miss Syms is one of Man
atee county's efficient teachers, and
she has come to take advantage of
:he excellent course offered to teach
era in the normal department of the
Florida State College for Women .
Hon. J. W. Wldeman. of DeLand,
is spending several days in our city,
greeting old friends..
Mrs. Chas. Hopkins and two little
children had a narrow escape from
death on Sunday night at their home
reveral miles east of the city, when a
y luito netting became ignited from
Ug-hted lamp. Mrs. Hopkins was
quite severely burned about the ha.nds,
and the little girl received several
burns on the body. The seriousness of
her injuries has not yet , been deter
mined. The little boy was only slight
ly burned. Mrs. Hopkins has the sym
pathy of a large circle of friends, who
hope that they all will soon be en
tirely recovered.
O. T. Brackin, a young- man, who
Jhas been In the transfer business at
Bainbridge, has moved to Tallahassee
and opened a business of this kind
here. k
After a visit of several days to
Tallahassee friends, V. F. Balkcom
returned to his home 1 in Pensacola
The Epworth League of Trinity
Methodist church entertained Friday
nig-ht with a measuring- party. A very
Interesting program was given.
Cottage Hill. April 19. -The planters
are very busy getting- crops into the
ground. - and cultivating those that
planted earlier.
Mrs. Leslie Bell, of Quintette, was a
pleasant caller on friends here on last
Mr. and Mrs. Wright, of near Vln
cence, Indiana, who has been spending
the winter here, departed for their
home on Thursday.
Mr. Shiverly, who has spent many
win tars here, departed with . the
Wright's for his northern home.
Mrs. Borras, of Pensacola, spent the
clay here with Mrs. , S. J. Hill this
Miss Valley Walters, at one time a
resident of this place, was a pleasant
caller on Mrs. Stanley Pope, on
Thursday, and other friends, who were
giad to greet her. She was accom
panied by Mrs. Alice Shear.
Miss Bell McVoy, of Gonzalez, and
Miss Vetter, of - Pensacola. were vis
ttors at the home of James McCollough
on last Tuesday.
A break-down in the saw mill here
has delayed work for a couple of days
this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Richner, who has been
residents here for some time, have
rented rooms in Pensacola for & few
ioks prior to their going to their old
gome in Indiana for the summer.
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Marlanna. April 19. S. L. Ball, of
Graceville, was here Monday.
S. S. Norton, of Cypress, Is attending-
Dave Rawls, of Graceville, is clerk
of the grand jury.
W. R. Chapman, of Dothan, was In
the city Saturday.
A Gracevillcite here Monday was M.
O. King.
Joe Pittman, of Greenwood,, is fore
man of the grand jury.
Col. W. O. Butler, of Chipley,
attending court.
J. T. Gilbert, of Idlewood. was
the city Friday.
I D. Corkhuff, Bonlfay, registered
at the Chipola Monday.
A. J. Dickson, Jr., was over from.
Grand Ridge, Saturday,
W. M. McMullian, of Panama City,
was In our city Friday.
M. B. Pierce, of Graceville, was here
C. L. Hansford, of Alliance, is on
the grand jury.
J. W. I Parker, of Dozier, Ala,
were in the city Saturday.
R. F. Darts, of Graceville, was here
J. T. Pierson, of Alabama, Is at
court. ,
Drew Rodgers, of Bascom, is on the
grand Jury.
J. W. Hlnson was over from Cot
tondale Monday.
A. Pelham. of Hartford, was in the
city Friday.
J. M. Williams, of Cypress, Is on the
grand Jury.
R, J. Cooper, of Sn earls, is at court.
W. H. Ham, of Grand Ridge, was in
the city Monday.
J. R. McCloskly was a Chipieyite
here Friday.
Henry Ln graham was over from
Cotton dale Monday.
Micajah Tucker, of Altha, is attend
ing court.
Arch N earing and Walker Gainer
spent Sunday at ; Chipley.
W. A. Bevis, of Grand Ridge, spent
Sunday in the eity.
W. H. Leonard wu tip from Blounts
town Monday.
C, HBaker, of Jacksonville, was In
the city Saturday.
Rev. W. D. Owens, of Wausau, was
in the city last Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Keen spent
week-end fishing at Tola.
B. F. Williams was over from Cy
press Monday.
W. F. Phillips, a Chipieyite, was In
the city last Thursday,
O. C. Moore made a business trip
to Cottondale Tuesday.
Col. H.- A. Hays, of Greenwood, was
transacting business here Saturday.
J. Frank Adams, f Blountstown,
spent Sunday here. . '
C. B. McKinnon, a prominent citi
zen of DeFunlak, was In the city Fri
day. '
Maxgurltte Jones, of Grand Ridge,
was a guest at the Chipola last
E. W. and E. H. Beauehamp, of
Alliance, were in the city Monday.
W. W. Wester, of Inwood, was trans
acting- business here last Thursday,
B. F. Brackney, representing The
Pensacola Journal, was In the city
County Judge OMe Crocker, of
Washington county, was In the city
C A. Lang-ford, a prominent citizen
of Altha, was In the city last Thurs
day. Dr. Wilson, of Chipley, spent Sunday
here the guest of his daughter, Mrs.
W. E. B. Smith. . ,
Sheriff Bowles was m Tallahassee
last week at a meeting of sheriffs.
Mrs. W. E. Williams and children
left Saturday for a visit to Graceville.
Bruce Carter1, of Baxley, Go., is here
this week the guest of his brother,
Mayor Paul Carter..
Mrs. W. F. Moss and Miss Bstelle
Moss are now running- the Pastime
T. A. Horns, formerly a citizen of
this place, was here Tuesday.
P. A. Knight and wife, of Quitman,
Oa were in the city this week.
H. B. Gaskln, a prominent citizen
of Bloontstown. was In the city Mon
day. T. B. Futon of the Blountstown
Times, was in the city Tuesday en
route to Jacksonville on a business
Green and Geo. W. Hare were over
from Grand Ridge Tuesday.
A. F. Harrell, W. C. Price, B. H,
Lid ion and Marmaduke Dickson took
-TV . X'. llOi K T. M. 1 II.
in the ball game at Tallahassee. ,
W. IT. Watson, a prominent attorney i
cf Pensacola, an erstwhile citizen of ;
Marlanna is attending court here. !
Rev. Lynn R. Walker, D. D., presi
dent of Palmer Oollejr DeFunlak, was
here Friday en route to Wewahltchtea.
C. L. Wilson. Jr., who is attending
the University of Gainesville, Is spend
ing' a few days at home.
Mrs. Virginia Llddon returned from
Dothan last Thursday, but Miss Man
gle was too si ok to bring home.
J. W. Hlnson was over from Cot
tondale Monday.
A. D. Carmichel was over from Chip
lay Tuesday.
C. F. Porter, of St. Andrews, was
In the city Monday.
W. C. Alford was over from Com
pass Lake Tuesday.
School met In special session Sat
urday. Ira Hutchinson was over f rgm Chip
lev Tuesday.
G. M. Thomas, of Compass Lake,
was here aionaay.
Jas. Russell, of BettS, was In the City
Satoroay. .
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Mrs. Ruffhaus was going- to be grand
marshal of the parade.
Second Militant Suffragette) She
was; but the arrangement committee
objected when she wanted to use a
side saddle. Judge,
Florala, April 19. At a special meet
ing of the directors of the Covington
County Fair Association, held last
Thursday, Griffin Miller, a farmer, was
selected to make a trip through this
section, for the purpose of arousing
Interest among- the farmers. He will
call on the farmers and explain the
premium list and at the same time
urge that they at once prepare to make
exhibits this falL Among- other mat
ters discussed at the meeting was
opening day at the fair. It was de
cided to invite every singing society
within a radius of 100 miles to attend
the fair and compete for a beautiful
silk banner and also to bring some
thing to place on exhibition. The fair
management will be better prepared
this year than ever before to take
care of live stock exhibits. Last year
the poultry exhibits wu a splendid
ont, but this year it is expected that
there will be at least a thousand chick
ens on exhibit.
One of the most enjoyable social
affairs of last week in this city was
the entertainment given to the Sun
day school class No. 5, of the M. E.
church, by Miss Miry Doster, at her
hospitable home on Fifth street. On
the arrival of the guests they . were
met by Miss Doster and escorted Into
the parlor, where tables were prepared
and the fascinating game of rook was
in progress. This game was indulged
In until a late hour when delicious
refreshments, ' which consisted of
strawberries, whipped ceam and cake,
were served. The hostess Is famed as
a maker of divinity fudge and the
young people considered themselves
highly favored when Miss Doster and
Miss Emma elements brougiit in trays
laden with this' delicious candy. On
leaving for their respective homes the
eighteen young- ladies and gentlemen
voted Miss Doster an ideal hostess as
well as an accomplished Sunday school
Mrs. J. P. Phillips, who carried her
little daughter, Mabel, to Montgomery
last week t ohave her eyes examined
by an feye specialist, has returned
home. The little girl was benefited
very much by the trip.
D. W. Burke, a prominent business
man of DeFunlak Springs, spent a
part of last week In the city.
Miss Effle McDonald, who has been
teaching school at Wauchula, has re
turned to her home in this city after
an absence of several months. Miss
McDonald is quite popular socially,
and her numerous friends throughout
the community will be pleased to learn
that she is again at home.
Miss Jessie Ray and Miss Susie
Cenxenta left Monday morning- for
Huntsvllle, Ala., where they went as
delegates tq attend the State Sunday
School Convention, which is now in
session. Miss Ray was elected from
the Presbyterian Sunday school and
Miss Clements was elected by the
Methodists to represent their interests
before the large convention. It is said
that both young ladies carried excel
lent reports.
Santa Rosa, April 19. Farming in
this section is in progress. Cane, po
tatoes, corn, oats and garden truck
are growing- fine. '
The Gulf Lumber Company makes
cn an average of 20,000 shingles per
day; also saws pine and cypress lum
ber of the best grades.
Mr. and, Mrs. Reeves, of Alberta,
Canada, and their son-in-law and his
family are looking- over farm lands.
and ftgxuinig on going- into business.
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For sals in Pensacola by The Crystal
Pharmacy. Brent Building, V. F. Balkcom
Drug Company. 17 S. Palafox street, and
drasglsts everywhere.
C. E. Rodhe of Vernon, was a visitor
here Friday.
Attorney A. W. Weeks of Bonlfay,
was here Friday.
Mr. King of DeFunlak, was a vis
itor here Saturday.
W. A. Hardy of near Graceville, was
here Saturday.
J. C. McLeod transacted business at
Marlanna Friday.
W. O. Butler, Jr., spent a portion
of Monday at Vernon. -
County Commissioner John W.
Tharp was in town Saturday.
A. F. Rooks was in from the farm
and spent Saturday here.
Dr. . Datwkins of Vernon, was in
town a short while Saturday.
Mrs. Maria Tharp and son, of
Chipley, spent Monday at Graceville.
E. M. Sessoms of Caryvllle, was one
of the visitors In the city Monday.
H. Harrell of Bonlfay, was shaking
hands with friends here Saturday.
Mrs. Cain of Graceville, visited with
her daughter. Mrs. Briles, here Fri
day. D. J. Jones Is at Marlanna this week
presiding- over the Jackson county
circuit court.
L. D. Watts of Enterprise, Ala.,
visited with relatives here a day or
two last week.
Fraser Williams and wife were vis
iting with relatives and friends here
Saturday. . ... . ,
O. L. Pippin was -Up from Vernon
and spent a day or two here on busi
ness last week.
J. J. Cox, one of Wausau's popular
merchants, was transacting business
here Wednesday.
Rev. W. D. Owens wa3 up from his
farm at Sodam, and mingled with
friends here Friday morning.
E. A. MoClosky visited with his
father. J. R. McClosky, and family,
several days this and last week.
Dr. F. C. Wilson was confined to
his room several days last week, but
we are srlad to say he is now afole
to be out again.
Mrs. Amanda Bryan and children
of Compass Lake, visited with her
parents. Rev. and Mrs. W. A. Bryan,
first of the week.
Jordan Taylor, of Macon, was in
town Wednesday; he tells us he had
the misfortune to have one of his farm
horses die Sunday.
C. A. Helton 'and wife left Monday
for Palatka, where Mr. Helton will
represent Chipley Lodge No. 58, L O.
O. F., at the grand lodge meeting.
EL M. - Pender and wife, who have
been spending some weeks with Mrs.
Pender's parents. Rev. and Mrs. W. D.
Owens, near Wausau, is at home for
a few days. Mr. Pender's nealth is
much improved.
A fishing- party composed of A. A.
Myers, T. J. Auycock, W. D. Peters
and G. M. Myers, wiho spent several
days on Cedar and Bear creeks last
week, say they had a glorious time.
They brought home with, them nearly
a barrel of fish.
DeFunlalk, April 19. Since the close
of the assembly the different clubs and
organizations have renewed work in
its own line with much Interest. On
Tuesday morning the C. C. L S. C.
held a very entertaining- session at i
the home of Mrs. R, E. L. McCasKHl,
on Wright avenue. Rev. D. P .Slaugh
ter's reading was one of the most
pleasing features of the program.
Tuesday afternoon the W. C. T. TJ.
resumed work, by meeting with the
president, Mrs. N. Manning.
St. Agenther's Guild had first after
noon with Mrs. Ben Noyes, on Georgia
The Sewing club chatted, sewed and
epent a very busy and happy afternoon
Wednesday, with Mrs. Bert Murray,
on Live Oak avenue.
Mrs. Geo. Marconi, who has been
for weeks with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. McCasklll, returned to her
home In Pensacola Friday.
Mrs. Meigs, Mrs. Finlayson, Mr. and
Mrs. W. F. Jones chaperoned a party
of young- people at a fish fry at Ponce
de Leon Springs Tuesday.
Mrs. W. F. Jones and son, Ellis, ac
companied Mrs. Finlayson. (the gTiest
for a few days of Mrs. Jones) to her
heme in Laurel Hill.
Robinson Point, April 1?. The box
steial. given at the school house re
cently, for the benefit of the Children's
Home Society, at Jacksonville, was a
success. Some that could not attend
the social donated to the cause, and
by Thursday's mail a check for $16.00
was sent to Mr. R. V. Covington, the
treasurer of the society.
Mr. Rutledge Lindsey visited,, his
family In Pensacola Friday and Sat
urday. Mr. F. C. Ohatman and Sir. John
Lewis, of Bellhaven. were business
visitors o nthe Point Friday.
Mr. E. K. Bonlfay was a business
visitor to Pinewood Friday.
A man who had been troubled with
bronchitis for a long time cal rd on a
rather noted doctor. After a few Ques
tions, the doctor told him he had a
very common ailment that would read
ily yield to treatment.
"You're so sure you can cure my
bronchitis," said the man, "you must
have had great experience with it."
- "Why, my dear sir," confided the
doctor, Tve had It myself for over
twenty years!" Judge,
Chipley, April 19. O. Crocker
Vernon, was in town Friday.
Wausau, April 19. G. M. Myers was
in from his still and pleasantly spent
a few hours with Wausau friends Mon
It Is rumored that R. E. L. Mc
Caskill, of DeFunlak Springs, will be
here in a few days, looking over part
of his realty holdings, preparatory to
colonizing- a large tract, putting up
a large cotton gin, canning factory,
Douglas Rogers, one of Washington
county's prominent school teachers,
was a pleasant caller and shopper
Ex-County Commissioner S. L.
Davis of-.the Orange Hill section, was
a business caller Saturday.
Marvin McKeithen, the efficient mall
man of the county capital, was visiting-
with his mother Monday.
State convict superintendent of
Sneads, Fla., was looking after busi
ness here one day the past week.
Uncle Perry Home of near Chipley,
was visiting and tranpacting other
business through here one day the past
C. A. Gru'bbs was In from his still
looking after business througn here
two or three days the past week.
The aged Mrs. W. B. Jones, was
shopping and visiting with relatives
here Monday of the past week.
Judge C. L Barfield held a rignt
lengthy session of court here Friday
of the past week.
County Supt W. T. Home was in
from the county capital and ming-led
with friensd through hre Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Daniels of the
Pradford section, was shopping and
visiting through here Tuesiay.
Bunyon Griffin, a prosperous mill
man- of White Oak, was a business
caller for a few hours the past week.
Our little fburg was filled with peo
ple Friday, to witness the closing ex
ercises of the music school, which has
been running for the past four weeks.
Our genial mill man, Perry Wilcox,
hied himself off to Southport Thurs
Our deputy, J. D. McKeithen, re
turned from the bay country Monday
"with another negro murderer, and
safely lodged htm in Jail over at Ver
non. Mr. and Mrs. James Jones, of Ver
non, were pleasant callers here Sat
urday, and left on the morning train
for a few days, pleasuring on the bay.
Mr. and, Mrs. Homer Jones, promi
nent citizens of j Summerall, Miss.,
came in on the noon train Sunday for
a two weeks' stay with friends and
relatives. It has been five years since
Homer's last visit, and he received a
hearty welcome here.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Cox visited with
Mrs. Cox's parents near Vernon, Sun
day. The W. O. W. boys met in large
numbers here Saturday night, and put
on the Morning degree.
Miss Dovle Jones, a student of the
Chtpley school, was visiting with
homefolks here Friday and Saturday,
returning for school Sunday.
Camp Walton. April 19. Fifty
gruests assembled at Mrs. Mayers's and
In a body proceeded to the Indianola,
where they found Mrs. Frances Pry or.
in whose honor the surprise party was
given. Although very much surprised.
Mrs. Pry or welcomed her guests most
cordially. And though having passed,
a very b-usy day, as a number of
travelling men being detained by the
hign water were entertained at the In
dianola In addition to the regular
guests, Mrs. Pryor entertained the
party most royally as she always does.
The musicians were on time and had
their Instruments In fine shape, and
played excellently. The leader of this
little orchestra Is Calvin Broxson, a
boy, 14 years of age. He has never
had any Instructions, but plays entire
ly by ear and his talent Is remarkable.
He evidently loves his music, for when
it was suggested that he sit near the
pavilion Inside the door, as the night
was cool, he replied: "I don't feel the
cold after I get to playing," and the
way he handles 'his violin shews his
affection for the Instrument.
Dancing- was the order of the even
ing, and all had an enjoyable time.
Dainty refreshments were served.
&nd the ruests departed for home with '
the hope that some other one of the
merry party would be surprised In the
same way.
Sunday Mrs. Frances Pryor gave a
lunch party In honor of the popular
school teacher, Miss Rose Gainer,
whose term of school closed on Fri
day. Though there were thirteen In
the party no disaster of any kind oo-
curred, so none of them are afraid of
13. The members of the party were
Mrs. Williams, Miss Mildred and Miss
Vernile Williams, Messrs. Rob Lath-
rop, John E. Pryor, Howard Rogers,
Blalney Brooks. Miss Era and Willie
Mayers, Mrs, Pryor and children.
They went to the Forest Station,
sltuated at the head of Oarnlers bayou,
and all report a most pleasurable trip,
They were delighted with the beauties
of the Forest Station, and tell of the
hearty welcome and courteous treat-
ment of the "Rangers.'
Miss Gainer returns to her home In
Chipley soon, and she will "be greatly
missed by all her numerous friends in
and around Camp Walton.
by sew psrnle method. BO DEPOSIT
OKI-EX ronMod nti ears fceeed.
Endoceedby Governor and otber Btmtm rTionla
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Crestview, April 19. Rev. Mr. Sel
lars, the Southern Methodist minister,
filled his regular appointment here
Sunday. Rev. Mr. Slaughter came
Monday, and the meetings continued
until Thursday night. A gTeat deal of
interest was manifested, and we be
lieve much good was accomplished.
Our Sunday school Is still Improving.
There was a large attendance Sunday
A beautiful service was witnessed
by the immediate friends of the fam
ily. In the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Bowers. Thursday afternoon. In the
baptism and christening of their two
Tree girlies," Nannie, Luoile and
Evelyn Harriett.
Mrs. C. B. Ferdon was hastily
called to the bedside of her mother,
Mrs. Paston, who is very ill in South
Carolina. Mrs. Ferdon left on the
night train Thursday. Her stay in
South Carolina will be Indefinite.
Mrs. Florence Helm spent the week
end with relatives In Mllligan. -
Irvin Douglass, who has been sick
Is now able to be up.
Mr. L. E. Bowers spent Sunday in
Mr. King was the guest of Mr. L. E.
Bowers Saturday night.
Rev. G. Stanley Pope passed through
Crestview Monday, on his way to In
terlachen, Fla.
Rev. Mr. Allen, of Mllligan, attended
the meeting here this week.
Mr. G. D. Campbell was In Crest
view Sunday.
Mrs. Kahn Is on the sick list this
Yubah Cleg-horn is improving.
Mrs. J. M. Jordan and little daugh
ter, Nora Jane, were the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. White, the past
Mrs. Woodruff has taken the man
agement of the hotel "Crescent," and
seems to be giving entire satisfaction.
Mr. Levy Moore was a visitor in
Crestview Friday.
Mr. J. D. Cobb has a beautiful new
horse and buggy, and seems to be
be enjoying the hard road Immensely.
Lynn Haven, April 19. Our popular
young contractor, W. H. Moorly, and
Miss Nellie Nelson were united in the
bounds of matrimony on April 15, by
Rev. J. S. R. Burnette. They are now
housekeeping in their home on Georgia
avenue and 10th street. Will has been
at work for several weeks, fixing up
the cage for the bird.
Mr. and Ms. J. F. Thompson of For
rest City, Iowa, have been in town
for several weeks, and have made sev
eral trips of inspection around the bay.
They return north next week, hoping
and intending to come 'back next fall
and spend another winter In our de
lightful climate.
Dr. and Mrs. Stewart and daughter.
of Topeka, Kansas, arrived April 16,
to spend a week or so here, and look
over the town and study its prospects.
At the meeting of the Literary So
ciety, held at Mr.s Hanford's on Fri
day, the officers for the ensuing year
were elected, after which an inter
esting program was rendered subject,
"The Stoneage."
The Presbyterian Missionary So
ciety met at the Bank hall, Wednes
day evening, with a good attendance.
The readings were upon Judas.
Mr. and Mrs. John Rogers and Mrs
Bruce spent the day Tuesday, at St.
Mrs, Bowen entertained a party of
twenty-flve ladies at her home on Ohio
avenue. . Dainty refreshments were
Hon. W. H- Lynn, president of the
St. Andrews Bay Development Com
pany, is spending the week in town,
looking after the Interests of the town,
and the company. He made an ad
dress at a public meeting held in the
Interests of the city charter. He will
undoubtedly urge harmony of action
among the citizens, and that there
should be such harmony seems most
essential for the growth and progress
of the town. The senator promises
large - and important improvements
and developments in the Bay country
during the next year.
Cromaton, April 1. Two vessels
loaded lumber last week, one by the
uerman American Jo., ana one a
steamer, by the Moore Mill Co. Sev
eral men received Injuries at the
work. One was killed and one with
a leg smashed, necessitating amputa- .
uon oeiow tne Knee.
Qulte a number of building are now
under construction here.
Mr. Johnson is making preparation
to build on his lot.
Rev. Mr. Miller has bought the
Brantley store building and moved It
on his lot, and working it over for
residence ana win soon occupy same.
Mr. W. M. Croman Is getting lum-
ber across the bay for quite a number
of buildings.
Capt Ray Ecker has the Job of
towing - It across the bay. i
Mr. J. T. B. Manger Is Quite low at
this time, with little hopes of his re- ,
covery. i
Mr- Helm, of Panama City, Ls on this
Bide, surveying- his ten-acre lot In
Mr. E. S. Kinney belongs to the
Stevedore gang now, and assisted In
. loading- the steamer last week.
Mr. Rotot. Hodge ls working at the
Ice plant at Panama City now.
We are in hopes our legislative body j
will get down to do something- soon, i
appears that a few men are ex
pected.,to d ail of h-work, i
Milton, April 19. (Mrs. W. A. Mc
Leod and her guest, Mlas Irene Camp
bell, of Chumuckla, visited friends in
Pensacola Wednesday.
Mrs. T. F. West, who has been seri
ously ill, is rapidiy recovering to the
gratification of friends.
Mrs. H. A, Brosnaham left Wednes
day for New Orleans, where she will
be the guest of friends, also visiting
points in Mississippi making a pleas
ure trip of several weeks.
J. R, Stewart was a business vis
itor to Pensacola Wednesday.
Miss E. A. Simpson pleasantly en
tertained a party of friends Wednes
day in an outing down on Santa Rosa
Mrs. Omega Hewett left Tuesday for
IJungerford, Texas.
Dr. C W. Humphreys Is attending
the meeting of the Presbytery, in De
Funlak, this week.
Miss Roberts and Miss McMillan re
turned to Pensacola Saturday, after a
pleasant visit with Mrs. D. T. Wil
liams. Mrs. W. W. Clark is home again,
much Improved In health, from Mobile,
where she has been under surglc&i
and medical treatment the- past
month. '
Mr. W. W. Powers, one of our re
cent appendicitis patients has returned
from Mobile, much improved.
Mr. T. M. King, of Gainesville, was
here Wednesday In capacity of audi
tor of the Southern Express Com
pany. Mr. and Mrs. George W. ChlMerson,
of the Milton Gazette, are being con
'gratulated upon the arrival of a son
Mr. F. Chapman, who spent tha
winter here as the gruest of Mr. and
Mrs. L. P. Dowda, has returned to his
home in Henderson. Ky.
Capt. John Rourke has returned
from Palatka, where he attended the
Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Evans spent
Sunday with friends In Pensacola,
Mr. John Hurley, of New York, Is
here to be the guest of Mr. Charles
Simpson for several weeks.
Miss Fattie Walker, of Pensacola,
spent a few days the early part of the
week the guest of friends in Bag
dad. Mr. and Mrs. William Sweeting and
Mrs. Dan Whltsworth spent Saturday
In Pensacola,
Mr. Kenneth Chappelle, of The
Journal, who lived In Milton some
years ago, during his father's pas
torate here, was in town Wednesday
in the Interest of The Journal and
was heartily welcomed by old friends.
Mrs. D. F. Cater has returned from
a pleasant visit as the guest of Mrs.
J. E. Creary at Roseland, Fla.
Mrs. Robert Stevens spent Satur
day in Pensacola.
Miss Hurst and Mr. Brown, of Pen
sacola, attended the Clvio League
dance Friday night as the guests of
Miss Irene Collins,
Dr. Carter and Mr. Abbott - Bras-
well had their tract of land, on North
Park avenue, recently purchased from
Mr. G. L. Metz, surveyed Wednesday
preparing to lay It out In building
The lawn party and dance given at
the Masonic hall Friday night for the
benefit of the Civic League was a big
success both financially and socially.
Bagdad, April 19. -Messrs. Norris
and Coeley. contractors, are here from
Alabama, In the Interest of the new
hotel to be erected soon.
Capt John Rourke left Sunday for
Palatka, Fla to attend the grand
lodge of the L O. O. F.
Mr. S. RigeL the wood's superin
tendent for the Bagdad Land and
Lumber Company, is spending the
week in Bagdad.
All the lodges are getting together
to run a big excursion across to the
Life Saving Station, on the steamer,
Baldwin, the 20th of May.
C. H Kelly, Jr., left for East Bay
last Tuesday with his moving picture
' Miss Delia Cater, who has been
spending some time In Roseland, Fla.,
has returned to Bagdad, and is now
with Miss MoArthur. .
The Odd Fellows are expecting to
celebrate their 94th anniversary the
26th of April. Quite a nice program
has been arranged for the occasion.
P. E. Vowbrough, of Scotland, has
returned to accept a position In the
office of the Bagdad Land and Lumber
Miss Tatle Walker, of Pensacola, Is
visiting friends in Bagdad.
The lumber company has been low
ering all the voltage on the lines.
which now makes the town a standard
R. E McEwen has Just about com-
nit6 hi automobile, which, when
finished, will be almost entirely hand-
nlldei an(j from all reports will be a
Mr c Burgoyne. of Pensacola, was
ln Bagdad this week.
Mrg l b Kimball, of Chicago, and
Miss Minnie Creary are visiting their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Creary.
C. E. Moss, of Raleigh, N. C, ls in
Bagdad for a few days.
Bad breath, bitter taste, dizziness
ana a general "no account" feellnr Is
a Bure Bin cf a torpid liver. HER.
BINE Is the medicine needed- It
makes the liver active, vitalizes the
blooi reruktej the bowels nii rMfnr,,,.
a fine feeling of energy and cheerful
ness. Price 50c Sold by all druggists,
i - (Adv.)
Hamlin Wlfey told me to be home
? early, as she has something she want a
to tell me about,
Buggs My wife jrenerallv want to
talk to me about the thlna-a th Kaanr
Totr-Chicago News.

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