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.
|Robbed While in New Jersey
W. M. Corry, Director State Bank of Quincy, Is touched Up by Pickpockets
|Local and Personal (from a Quincy perspective)
Miss Katherine Woodbery has returned from a visit to Lake City.
Miss Thornton left Wednesday for her home in Sparta, Ga., after a week's visit to Miss Margaret Woodbery.
The Empire Steam Laundry is hoping for your patronage. 21-2t
The colored population celebrated emancipation day last Saturday.
The old veterans who went to Birmingham report a fine time. The next reunion will go to Washington, D.C.
FOR SALE--Or will exchange for land, five-passenger Studebaker, good condition. C. C. Williams
Mrs. N. B. Jordan delightfully entertained at cards Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. J. A. Barnes entertained Thursday in honor of Miss Genie Hood, of Cuthbert, Ga.
Miss Genie Hood, of Cuthbert, is the guest of Mrs. Peter Miller.
Henry Munroe and Sheriff Gregory went to Tallahassee to help Quincy win the game.
O. M. Tillis, Mrs. L. R. Munroe and children and Mrs. Magnus Nicholson were here from Havana Wednesday.
Miss Robbie Mayton, of Hinson, visited relatives in Quincy first of the week.
Supt. W. W. Trammell was here from Chattahoochee Wednesday.
W. L. Taylor, of Dogtown, was in the city Monday.
T. J. Farr, J. C. Jessup, Randolph Jones, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Lindsey, Misses Celia McFarlin, Mattiette Davis, Abbie Munroe and Myrtle Robertson left Monday for Blazed Pine on a fishing trip.
Mrs. Maria May Clark and children left Wednesday for Tallahassee to visit several days.
Mr. and Mrs. Angus Hinson and children spent Sunday with relatives at Hinson.
Mrs. Lewis Lively, of Tallahassee, visited her parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Scott, this week.
Rev. and Mrs. W. A. Burns and Mrs. C. W. Woodbery arrived home Tuesday from Asheville, N.C., where they attended the Southern Baptist convention.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Willis delightfully entertained a crowd at their home Tuesday evening in honor of Miss Horn of Havana. Games were played until a late hour when ice cream and cake were served.
Have you bathed in the Bruce Pool yet? The water is delicious these hot days. Come out and take a plunge and get a drink of pure spring water.
Jas. A. Dezell of Greensboro was in the city Wednesday.
J. L. Shepard, candidate for State Senator, passed through Wednesday enroute to the eastern part of the county.
Mrs. C. E. Vanlandingham is visiting relatives in Blountstown this week.
Miss Lena Johnson, of Amsterdam, and Miss Gertrude Vanlandingham, of Juniper, are spending the week in Quincy, looking after C. E. Vanlandingham while his wife is away.
J. E. Landers spent Sunday at Hinson.
J. M. Oliver, Bob McFarlin, Misses Susan Johnson and Ettie Shelfer accompanied Miss Nellie Butler to her home near Concord Saturday, spending the day on the river fishing.
J. E. Shelfer spent the weekend with Lee Maxwell at Calvary.
James Maxwell and Leonard Butler, of Concord, passed through Saturday enroute to the Gretna picnic.
Harvey Henderson, of Monticello, arrived Monday and is with F. P. May Drug Co.
Mrs. R. K. Shaw and son, Roderick, are in Atlanta, having gone to that city to have the latter's eyes treated.
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