Tax Notices – May 25, 1917 – Part 1

The tax notices will be broken up into sections, as they came out on the xeroxed pages – 11 sections. This is the first of them.

Relevant names in this set include:
Ida L. Wheeler
Mrs. D. C. Hiers
S. & W. D. Zant
S. P. Cates Heirs
Clarrissa Postell
Ella Singletary
Emma Postell
C. A. Nelson
The Hamilton In. Co.
J. E. Johns
J. H. Johns
Robt. Wright
John Mack
Annie Williams
W. R. Bush Hiers
Mathew Randolph
Mrs. M. E. Shiver
G. M. Chitty
D. C. Hiers
Stephens Bros
Miss Lenora McCall
T. W. Beaty

There is a reference to J. H. & S. Zant, J. H. Gardner, B. F. McCall, and J. R. Jennings. These names are listed in property descriptions, as references to where the property is located.

Articles from the Interior Pages of The Jasper News for May 25, 1917

Published today are the articles in the remaining pages of The Jasper News for May 25, 1917.

Included names are: Frank Clark (congressman), Joseph Y. Porter, J. E. Taylor, James M. Cathcart, Hayes H. Lewis, M. L. Lee, J. H. Kendrick, L. M. Greene, W. M. Weeb (W. M. Webb), B. B. Johnson, J. A. Jackson, Frank Green, J. F. Caldwell, O. W. Baily, Wolf Lipsitz, Geo. L. Branning, Julia Bell DeGraffenried, Julia Tuten, Pearl Caldwell, Jno. M. Caldwell, J. M. Thomas, J. H. Hones, Bro. Hiram, J. M. Guilliams, Bert Smith, A. Geiger and Stafford Caldwell.

List of articles included:
Jasper News – May 25, 1917 – Interior Pages
Frank Clark’s Tariff on Egyptian Cotton.
The People, Not The Newspaper, Lose.
The Sabbath.
No title – Porter, Taylor
No title – Cathcart, Fletcher, Lewis
No title – Failure
Arrival and Departure of Trains.
Local Matters
For Your Child’s Cough.
No title – Cigars, hair tonic and booze
No title – Guilliams
Don’t Let Your Cough Hang On.
Card of Thanks.
Strayed or Drove From The Genoa Section.
No title – Perfect Love
Duty on Egyption Cotton.
More Progress.
No title – Teachers
No title – Winter Haven cannery
No Title – Caldwell

Jasper News Advertisements, Part 2 – May 25, 1917

Well, for some strange reason, when I posted the set of advertisements from the front page of The Jasper News the other day, I saw the hugest spike in visitors I’ve ever seen for my site. I have no idea what everyone’s looking for, but here’s a second set of advertisements. I guess we’ll see what happens. :)

So, with that said: here is a second set of advertisements, scattered throughout the rest of The Jasper News for May 25, 1917. There weren’t enough on each page to separate them further, so I didn’t.

Take note of the one from the Jasper Dollar – I added a small excerpt from it. I found it rather amusing. :)

Advertisement – M. Myers
Advertisement – Mill Flourist
Advertisement – Peninsular Metal Co.
Advertisement – Edgar Eyes
Advertisement – Antonios Zembillas
Advertisement – Thos. S. Adams
Advertisement – Stafford Caldwell
Advertisement – K. C. Lee
Advertisement – Hotel Burbridge
Advertisement – united newspaper
Advertisement – Barney Cheshire
Advertisement – By A Jasper Dollar
I AM A DOLLAR. A little ageworn, but still in circulation. I am proud of myself for being in circulation. I am no tomato can dollar – not I. This town is only my adopted home, but I like it and hope to remain permanently. When I came out of the mint I was adopted into a town like this in another state. But, after a time, I was sent off to a big city, many miles away.
Advertisement – Selective Conscription Law
Advertisement – Wolf Lipsitz
Advertisement – H. V. Lane
Advertisement – The Peruna Company
Advertisement – P. F. McCall & Son.

Some Hamilton County names of interest include: M. Myers, Antonios Zembillas, Thos. S. Adams, Stafford Caldwell, K. C. Lee, G. H. Wynn, McGhin, Max Itzkovitz, Cody Wilson, Pennington, Omar P. Hewitt, Braxton Small, Wolf Lipsitz, H. V. Lane and P. F. McCall.

Page 1 of The Jasper News – May 25, 1917

Posted today is a page one of The Jasper News from May 25, 1917.

A Leader Among the Nations Daily Newspapers And Dixie’s Favorite
Big Cattle Deal.
Clear Away the Waste.
No title – McGhin, Morgan, Jackson
No title – Brennan, Hunter
No title – Smith
No title – Smith
No title – DeGraffenried, Tuten, Bryan
Latest improvements.
High School Students of the Nation Should Receive Military Training
Legal Advertisements.
No title – Tact
The Origin of Carrier Pigeons.
Prompt Decisions.
Muscle Soreness Relieved.
Government and Business Must Co-Operate In Upbuilding of American Industry

Names pertaining to Hamilton County include: W. M. Webb, Lee Bird, A. W. Miller, B. M. Smith, Benton Smith, Kathleen DeGraffenried, Julia Tuten, W. L. Bryan, Kate McGhin, J. A. Jackson, Roy Morgan, C. W. McGhin, W. L. Morgan, Stella Brennan, Myrtice Hunter, Esther Smith, Wallace Smith, B. B. Johnson, Virginia P. Polhill, and J. C. Bracewell.

Advertisements from May 25, 1917

These advertisements are found on the front page of The Jasper News for May 25, 1917.

Several of the ads pertained to Hamilton County businessmen:
E. V. Moore, F. C. Caldwell, I. J. McCall, B. B. Johnson, C. A. Stephens, Russell L. Frink, Dr. W. M. O’Cain, Dr. M. W. Knowles, R. L. Watson and C. R. Horne.

Jasper News – May 25, 1917
Advertisement – A Beautiful Present for You From The Jasper News
Advertisement – Fertilizer Combination Brand
Advertisement – The Bank of Jasper
Advertisement – Laboratories, Cleveland, Oh.
Advertisement – E. V. Moore
Advertisement – F. C. Caldwell
Advertisement – Colonial Flour
Advertisement – The Reliable Professional Directory of the City of Jasper, Florida.

March 17, 1944: Jasper News

Quite a few articles from the Jasper News for this date, March 17, 1944. Of course, not all, but just a smidgen of bits and pieces, plenty to keep you wondering what’s going on.

Hamilton County related names are: Reid, Bradshaw, Carter, McCall, Vickers, Black, Slaughter, DuBose, Johnson, Bland, Harrison, Dunkle, Griff, Overstreet, Bamberg, Peeples, Register, Camp Blanding, Chandler, Camp Wheeler, Nix, Caldwell, and Simmons.

As always, enjoy, and let me know if there’s something you would like to see!

Index of Articles:

Democrats Meet Saturday April 11
Auxillary Police Being Organized
New Postal Rates Effective March 26
Modification of Mail For Army Personnel Overseas
Harry T Reid Says “Thanks”
(No title) – McCall
(No title) – Vickers, Black
Leonnard Slaughter
Square Dances
March Rally of WMS
Red Cross Drive Meets Halfway Mark
Johnson Circle
(No Title) – Bamberg
Corp R L Peeples
Charles Register, Jr of White Springs,, Killed in Action
(No Title) – McCall
(No Title) – Camp Blanding
(No Title) – Chandler
(No Title) – Nix
(No Title) – Caldwell, Simmons

News from June 11, 1943

Some interesting news from June 11, 1943. Several names appear, including Reid, Vickers, Bryan, Register, Buckels, Short, Collier, Casey, Bradley, Brown, Wilkes, Biddle, Sandlin, Rogers, Crouch, Nix, Adams, Tuten, Williams, Ratliff, Malpas, Perkins, Vann, Bedenbaugh, McCain, Hughes, Halstead, Adicks, Boone, Crawford and Harvey.

Index of Articles

Harry T Reid Returns Home
J O Burch Accepts Job Of Chief Observer
Coastline News Braggs About Canning Units
(No title) – Bryan, Lennard, Buckels
Recent Marriage of Wide Local Interest – Collier & Casey
Mrs Art Bradley Entertains at Suwannee Springs
Mrs E C Crouch Entertains Bridge Club
Memorial For Williams Held
(No title) – Malpas, Perkins, Vann
(No title) – Bedenbaugh, McCain
Military Burial Held Wednesday for C B Hughes
Marvin Boone to Manage “Eagle”
Ground Broken For New Telephone Exchange
(No title) – Harvey, Freeman

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