These articles are 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.
Miss Lizzie Humphrey is visiting relatives in Jacksonville.
Miss Dollie Vickers, Mrs. J. S. Bassett and children motored to Chattahoochee Friday.
Miss Alice Thompson left Monday for Jacksonville, where she will have her eyes treated.
Miss Mollie Sullivan is in Faceville this week the guest of Miss Lena Fain.
Misses Ethel Lewis, Bessie and Clifford Humphrey spent the week-end in Chattahoochee with Mrs. C. S. Hearing.
E. C. Mahaffey of Jacksonville spent the week-end with relatives here.
Elbert Luten returned home from Connecticut last Saturday, where he has spent the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Stewart are spending the week-end in Jacksonville with friends.
Lafayette Nixon of Mt. Pleasant was here Thursday.
Rev. W. A Fischer will deliver his usual regular interesting sermon at the Methodist church Sunday; everybody invited to be present.
Dr. H. M. Smith made a business trip to Jacksonville last week.
Miss Annie Rowan spent the day very pleasantly with relatives in Greensboro last Sunday.
Miss Leona Williams has just returned from Dothan, Ala., where she spent several days the guest of relatives and friends.
Prof. N. H. Ramsay, who is teaching the Red Bluff school, was in our midst last Sunday--but "Laws," what a disappointment! It's funny how some things can happen some times to some people anyway. Cheer up and come again, we are all at home now.
A. D. Freeman is the Chattahoocheeite who extended his smiling expression to Mt. Pleasant last Sunday evening.
H. A. Howell and family left Saturday en route to relatives in South Florida by auto, where they expect to spend several days outing.
Dr. W. M. Bevis was looking after business affairs in Jackson county last week. After returning Saturday he had as his guest from Tallahassee his brother.
J. S. Bassett of the hospital corps was called home Sunday night to the bedside of his sick daughter, who was reported as being very sick, but we are very glad to announce that she is much better.
W. E. Butler made a business trip to Jacksonville the first of the week.
The strike is settled and it is about time somebody else is getting married while the habit is on.
Hon. S. J. Catts will be here on the 26th of this month. Let's all look forward to that time.
R. W. Sorrentino spent last Sunday very pleasantly in Apalachicola.
Messrs. Dale and Frank McPherson attended Holiness services at Hardaway Sunday night.
J. R. Hare was the guest of relatives and friends near Hardaway last Sunday.
We regret that I. C. Cloud is on the sick list at this writing, and hope he may have a speedy recovery.
A congenial party of young folks from the hospital autoed to Altha, where they spent the day very pleasantly with relatives and friends last Sunday.
Miss Mae Terry is on a visit to relatives at Ft. White this week.
W. M. Traylor left here Tuesday night for Grand Ridge, where he will spend several days with his father, J. M. Traylor, who is reported as being very sick.
H. B. King and family of Hosford are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Trawick this week.
Dr. A. E. Conter, chief physician of the Florida Hospital for the Insane, is looking after business affairs in Blountstown at this writing.
Misses Aleene and Maretta Sanders and L. B. Edwards autoed to Quincy Tuesday.
|Old Mt. Pleasant
Our school opened Monday morning with a good enrollment. Miss Maysel Crane, principal, and Miss Susie Barineau of Faceville, Ga., assistant.
Mrs. R. C. White left Sunday morning for Waycross and other points in Georgia to visit relatives.
Roy and Raymond Nixon of Tallahassee were guests of relatives here last week.
Mrs. B. F. Lennard of Havana is visiting at the home of S. C. White.
Miss Bessie McKeown returned Saturday from a visit to Marianna.
Horace Clark of Greensboro visited in our neighborhood Sunday.
Miss Sallie Key of Quincy spent the week-end with her uncle, Joel Rice.
The news in Juniper is more than scarce this week.
Newton Suber has been sick for a few days, but is now improved.
J. E. Suber has a supply of oats just thrashed out by Ollie Dean. The oat crop this year in Gadsden county is evidence that this grain can be successfully grown. R. E. Parramore, R. L. Parramore and J. E. Parramore of Federal Roads community also had two or three hundred bushels to thrash.
T. C. Croven and family of Wetumpka visited in the Providence neighborhood at the week end and his daughter, Miss Howell Dean, returned home to visit.
Misses Elsey and Susie Dean are visiting friends and relatives in Jacksonville this week. We miss them from school but (don't) begrudge them this trip to Florida's metropolis.
Quite a party of young people from Providence motored to Chattahoochee Sunday; among them were Lenn Suber, Miss Eva Suber and Miss Ada Law.
Mr. Editor, your paper is full of editorial spice and iron in plenty. Gouge ahead through. If you can get those patriarchs to do anything to make Quincy keep step with the county, you shall have great praise here.
The Holiness meeting at Bethel closed Sunday night and while no new members were added, the meeting seems to have been very beneficial along spiritual lines.
F. S. Rowan made a business trip to Greensboro Saturday.
Clarence Truluck is supposed to have gone to Quincy Friday and Saturday on business.
W. B. Johnson's cane patch seems to be quite an ideal gathering place for some of our people these days. We are wondering if Mr. Johnson's sweet crop will be cut short.
Clarence Fletcher seems to have found some attraction in the vicinity of Hawkins, as he was seen going in that direction.. (rest is missing)
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