These articles are available courtesy of The Gadsden County Times newspaper, Quincy.
Articles were photographed and typed by Angela Cassidy. The writers almost always use initials of people,
so I have inserted in parentheses the full name of people that I know through my genealogical research.
Rev. Wells delivered a fine sermon to an attentive audience at the Baptist church last Sunday.
C. H. Richards and wife made a business trip to Quincy on last Friday.
The B.Y.P.U. at Greensboro last Sunday night was just simply fine. The next Union goes to Quincy.
There will be preaching at the Providence Baptist church on next Sabbath. Everybody has a cordial invidation, so let there be a full attendance and assist in the good cause of the Master.
Mrs. C. E. Blount entertained a number of her friends and neighbors at a quilting on last Thursday. All had a pleasant time and two quilts were finished.
Mrs. J. F. Richards was a visitor to relatives and friends in this section last week.
Mrs. J. E. Dean and daughter, Ebie, were in Quincy last Saturday.
Miss Martha Potter of Sycamore, is visiting friends and relatives.
|Local and Personal (written from a Quincy perspective)
Mrs. C. J. Prentiss, who has been the guest of relatives for the past month, expects to leave for her home at Indianapolis, Ind., next week.
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Jones went to Tallahassee last week and were guests of Mrs. Money at the Dixie Highway Lodge.
J. B. Lewis of Waycross, Ga., was a business visitor to Quincy last Saturday.
T. J. Davis of Mt. Pleasant, was in town Monday.
New line of Wash Shirts, $1.25 to $6.00 -- H. W. Jones, "The Quality Store." Adv. 1t
Messrs. M. L. Johnson and W. H. Glenn, two good farmers of the Greensboro section, were in the city Tuesday.
O. M. Tillis, candidate for State Senator, was in the city Tuesday.
Mrs. Miles Womack of Havana, came to Quincy Tuesday for treatment under Dr. J. C. Davis, an operation being performed Wednesday with pleasing results. Mrs. Womack is at the home of her sister, Miss Sallie Gee.
S. J. Fletcher of River Junction, was in Quincy Tuesday afternoon.
J. H. Storm of Juniper was in the city Saturday and formally announced for the legislature.
W. L. Taylor of Dogtown, was shaking hands with friends in Quincy Saturday. He also cast his hat in the ring as a candidate for State Senator.
County Commissioner Mack Hinson was a business visitor Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Olin Brewer of Greensboro, were Quincy visitors Tuesday.
Miss Annie Morgan, principal of the Chattahoochee school, spent Sunday in Quincy.
Miss Sara McMullen, a student in the Tallahassee College [Florida State College for Women, later Florida State University], spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. E. W. McMullen.
The many friends of Rev. W. A. Burns will be glad to learn that he is able to be out. He has been suffering from a carbuncle.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Long of Harrisburg, Va., are Quincy visitors. Mrs. Long was formerly Miss Annie Malone of this city, and is always a welcome visitor.
Commissioner S. W. Anderson of Greensboro, was in the city Wednesday.
S. H. Storm of Juniper and W. L. Taylor of Dogtown, were among those coming into the speaking Tuesday night.
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