Excerpted from the Gadsden County Times Newspaper, Quincy. www.gadcotimes.com
Articles were photographed by Donna Warlick and typed by Mary Tuttle.
Where the full names of people are known, they have been added in parentheses by Angela Cassidy.
F. A. Green spent Sunday with relatives at River Junction.
Wilbur Dezell and Raymond Vanlandingham left Monday for Jacksonville to enlist in the navy.
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Bush left Sunday for Camilla, after spending a week here. They were accompanied by Mrs. Fate Green, who will visit them and Col. B. C. Gardner before her return.
Mrs. May Castleberry and niece, Miss Flossie Anderson, returned Saturday, after a month's visit in North Georgia and South Carolina.
H. O. Davis and son, Alexander, spent Sunday here and returned to Hosford that afternoon.
Earnest Stripling of Columbus, Ga., and Mrs. W. O. Brewer and children of River Junction were visitors here Sunday.
Rev. P. A. Fletcher has been conducting a protracted meeting at Old Mt. Pleasant the past week. He was assisted by Rev. H. G. Davis of Quincy.
O. C. Brewer and family were business visitors to Quincy this week.
Dr. W. C. Wall has returned from Atlanta, where he spent last week. Dr. Wall enlisted and has his commission as First Lieutenant. He is awaiting his call to the colors.
Miss Essie Inman entertained a number of her young friends last Friday evening with a Rook party.
Mrs. W. H. Dones is receiving congratulations over the arrival of a son on July 26.
W. H. Fletcher of Sycamore was a caller here early this week.
Neil Johnson and Willie Basett left Tuesday night for Pensacola, where they will join the navy.
E. C. Mahaffey of Jacksonville, spent last week-end with his relatives here.
Miss Louise Smith spent Thursday with Miss Gertrude Lynch.
The Sewing Club girls of Gretna gave the soldier boys a farewell party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Hough on Tuesday. After music and dancing delicious refreshments were enjoyed.
Miss Clifford Humphrey is the guest of Miss Thelma Harris of Quincy, this week.
A. W. Watson made a business trip to Quincy Wednesday.
Misses Maude and Robbie Broome of Gradyville, Ga., are the guests of Miss Margaret Hall.
Hugh Hough and sister, Miss Hazel, were Monday visitors to Quincy.
Alex Thompson left Wednesday for Pensacola, where he will be examined for the navy.
|Marriage Licenses Issued
Licenses to marry were issued during the month of July to the followng white couples, from the office of County Judge P. S. Thomson:
Sam Garner and Miss Lizzie Proctor.
Walter Vickers and Miss Tip Stephens (Tip BARBER, widow of James E. Stephens).
Manning Elkins and Miss Ettie Strickland.
Fifteen colored couples secured licenses during the month.
|Local and Personal
Judge W. H. Ellis of Tallahassee was in town last week.
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Munroe of Havana were in the city Monday.
Miss Laleah Wight of Cairo is the guest of Miss Edith Munroe.
Try that good butternut bread; we get it fresh daily. Love & Hearin. adv-7-26-2t
J. E. Luten and family of Amsterdam were in the city Saturday.
Dr. H. G. Davis was in Tallahassee Sunday, where he filled the Methodist pulpit.
J. E. Shelfer and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Butler near Concord.
Mr. and Mrs. I. T. Mattox and family and Miss Beulah Butler motored to Concord Sunday.
James Love has returned from Missouri and Kansas, where he has been working in the wheat fields.
Ed Hopkins and bride of Tallahassee were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Allen.
Judge P. S. Thomson, who has been off on a short vacation, is expected home the latter part of the week.
For the stomach and bowel disorders of babies McGee's Baby Exlixir is a remedy of genuine merit. It acts quickly, is pure, wholesome and pleasant to take. Price 25c and 50c per bottle. Sold by Jessup's Pharmacy. adv
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Luten were the guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Taylor at Dogtown.
J. Gus and Harold Bert of Scotland spent Sunday in the city, as guests of Dr. and Mrs. W. Scott.
Corry Hinsey, a former Quincy boy, but now located at Tampa, spent a few days here last week with his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. __. __. Willis returned Friday from a visit to Thomasville, Dawson, Valdosta and other points in Georgia.
Dr. and Mrs. G. E. Boring are the proud and happy parents of a boy baby, who made his advent to their home yesterday morning.
When you yawn a good deal in the daytime, feel dull, achy, and want to stretch frequently, is is an unmistakable symptom of malaria, and unless you do something at once you are booked for a spell of chills. Herbine is a medicine that will prevent or cure the disease. It drives out the impurities on which the marlaial germs thrives, strenghtens the liver and cleans the bowels. Price 50c. Sold by Jessup's Pharmacy. adv.
Miss Bexie Wilson left Monday for New York and points in Massachusetts, where she will remain for her usual summer vacation.
Mrs. Robert Sylvester and children left today for Jacksonville, where they will join Mrs. Sylvester's parents and from there go to the mountains of North Carolina for a vist.
Jesse Reeves spent Sunday in Gretna.
R. R. Jones returned Saturday from a visit to Jacksonville.
H. L. Stuart was here on business from Gretna Monday.
Highest price paid for suckers, trash and refused tobacco by J. M. Oliver, Quincy, Fla. 6-28-tf
Miss Ruby Ball of Thomasville is the guest of relatives in the city.
Earnest Mahaffey of Jacksonville is home on a visit near Gretna.
Wallace Allen returned last week from a visit to relatives in Tallahassee.
Corn Wanted--I want to buy 2,000 bushels of old corn and 1,000 bushels of early new corn. Julian Howard, Quincy. 8-2-2
Judge Oven of Tallahassee was in Quincy on business the early part of the week.
Golden Godfrey has enlisted in the regular army and has been assigned to the infantry.
Miss Esther Snyder, who has been attending college at Chattanooga, returned home Sunday.
Alex Thompson, Neill Johnson and Walker Bassett of the Gretna neighborhood were in Quincy on Monday.
Miss Helen Bryan of Marianna arrived Monday and will spend a few days in the city as the guest of Miss Elia Ellis.
Miss Genie Woodberry and her guest, Miss Cecil Harrell returned Monday from Panacea where they spent the past two weeks.
If you feel "blue" "no account," lazy, you need a good cleaning out. Herbine is the right thing for that purpose. It stimulates the liver, tones up the stomach and purifies the bowels. Price 50c, Sold by Jessup's Pharmacy.
Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Munroe and their guests, Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Munroe, returned Friday from a short visit to Columbus and Atlanta.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. B. Massey, son Frank, and little Miss Daisie Anna Massey and Miss Butts of Dade City are the guests of Mrs. Massey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. P. May.
The F. P. May Drug Co. has secured the services of E. J. Hatcher, a registered pharmacist, to fill the position of prescriptionist in their durg store made vacant by F. P. May, Jr., who volunteered in the National Guard.
C. H. Gray returned Saturday from Gainesville, after attending the one week course at the University for county superintendents and other school officials. Mr. Gray is intensly interested in school work and never misses an opportunity to inform himself on questions pertaining to schools and their management.
The following from the Post-Intelligener of Paris, Tenn., will be of interest to the many friends and relatives of the bride, who visited her aunt, Mrs. J. R. Foster, and other relatives here recently:
One of the prettiest weddings of the season occured Tuesday, June 26th, at 4:30 o'clock at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Beasley, when Miss Anne Elizabeth Beasley was united in marriage to Mr. Fred Mills Morris. Rev. W. A. Freeman officiated, using the beautiful and impressive ring ceremony. The ceremony was witnessed by the relatives and a limited number of friends. The wedding music, which was very beautiful, was furnished by Miss Jewel Frances Story of Savannah, Tenn. The Beasley home was artistically decorated with lilies, sweet peas and ferns, the predominating colors were pink and white. The bride made a lovely picture in her exquisite lingerie wedding gown with veil of tulle attached to a chaplet of blossoms. She carried a chatelaine boquet of brides roses and lilies of the valley. The matron of honor was charmingly gowned in white charmeuse and crepe and carried a shower boquet of white sweet peas. The maid of honor wore a beautiful gown of lace over taffeta and carried an arm boquet of pink sweet peas. Immediately after the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Morris left for a northern trip. The bride is one of the most attractive and popular girls of Paris. Mr. Morris is a valued employee of the L. & N. and has made Paris his home for the past five years.
|Card of Thanks
To our many friends we desire to express our deep gratitude for the great kindness you have shown us in our recent bereavement. We can never fully express how much we appreciate your sympathy
at this time. We trust that the future may bring blessings to all who showed us such Christian kidness.
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