Excerpted from the Gadsden County Times Newspaper, Quincy. www.gadcotimes.com
Articles were photographed by Donna Warlick and typed by Eunice Herren.
Where the full names of people are known, they have been added in parentheses by Angela Cassidy.
|Local and Personal
Miss Mattie Broome May spent the holiday with her parents here.
Don't buy lands without having title investigated. Greer & Williams. adv tf
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Jenks of Greensboro were in Quincy Saturday.
Just received a beautiful line of dolls. Prices fro 10 cts. to $10. J. Tarlowsky. 11-29-2t
Elton Dezel of Greensboro is now with the Bell & Bates Hardware Co.
Apalachicola Oysters fresh every day. John Geannarus. 12-6-8t
Pasco Walsh and M. L. (Mack) Hinson, well known citizens of Concord, were in Quincy Monday.
Wanted to Buy--2,000 pounds of fancy pecans, 3,000 bushels corn, 500 hogs and 100 barrels of syrup. Julian Howard. 11-22-3t
Mrs. J. A. Barnes, who has been visiting her sister in New Orleans, returned Tuesday.
Mrs. C. R. Shaw had as her guest last week her sister, Miss Oglesby, who left for her home in Georgia Sunday.
If it is a La Valliere you are asking for, we have them. Prices from $3.00 to $40.00 in solid gold at Conboy's/
Guy Jones, who is with the Hardaway Construction Co., at Construction, N. C., spent several days here last week. He returned yesterday.
For the best stock and poultry remedies try Dr. Hess's stock and poultry foods. For sale at Brewer's Drug Store. adv tf
Misses Euvene and Mamie Price came over from Tallahassee, where they are attending school, to spend Thanksgiving with their parents here.
Curtis McFarlin, who is in school at Auburn this year, came home last Wednesday for the holidays. He hoped to return to his school Saturday, but found that a slight operation on his neck was necessary. He returned Tuesday. He likes Auburn and is doing well in his work there.
B. L. Bryant of Greensboro, was attending to business matters in the city yesterday.
Miss Irma Strange came up from Hosford Saturday to spend the week-end with home folks.
We have the largest line of toys in town. Be sure and see them. J. Tarlowsky. 11-29-3t
Will Inman and Cecil Price left today for Jacksonville with the intention of enlisting in the army.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Q. Brewer are receiving congratulations on the arrival of a daughter, who will be called Louisa Branson. She was born Wednesday, Nov. 28.
George Bates, Roy Blitch and Charlie Jones left Monday night for Jacksonville, where they will try for positions in the aviatin corps or the quartermaster's department.
If you have any jewelry or watchwork to be done, kindly bring it in early, as it will be impossible to do this work during Xmas shopping. Chas. Conboy.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Watson have moved to the place known as the Holly House. They have recently bought this home. Mrs. Watson's grandmother has arrived to spend the winter with her.
Dr. Hess's stock remedies cannot be excelled. Keep your horses, hogs and cattle healthy by giving them this wonderful tonic. Get it at Brewer's Drug Store. adv tf
When all the pledges are in for the Y. M. C. A. work, the treasurer estimates that Quincy will have given almost $1400 to the cause. Chattahoochee and River Junction have also made liberal contributions.
Miss Kathryn Ball, who is teaching in Marianna, spent the Thanksgiving holidays in Quincy with friends and relatives. Miss Ball lived here for a number of years and her many friends are always glad to see her.
Heartburn is a symptonof indigestion. Take a dose of Herbine in such cases. The pain disappears instantly. The bowels operate speedily and you feel fine, vigorous and cheerful. Price 50c. Sold by Jessup's Pharmacy. adv Dec.
Miss Marguerite Folsom, one of the seventeen who graduated from the Gadsden County High School last year, is attending the Woman's College in Tallahassee. She was home for the Thanksgiving holidays.
Miss Mattiette Davis, who is teaching in Marianna, came home for the Thanksgiving holidays. Miss Davis has been greatly missed in Quincy since she accepted a position in the Marianna school. She is one of the most popular young women in Quincy and everyone is always glad to welcome her.
Misses Lilly and Irma Strange, Andrew Parramore and H. G. Strange accompanied Sam Strange as far as Bainbridge Sunday afternoon on his return to Macon, after spending a few days at home.
Mrs. Lee Munroe entertained twenty of her friends at a five course luncheon on Tuesday at her home near Havana. The luncheon was in honor of her guest, Mrs. W. W. Wright, and her sister in law, Mrs. Carl Gunter.
Lieutenant and Mrs. W. W. Wright came down from Macon Friday to spend several days in the city with friends. Upon arriving here Lieutenant Wright found a telegram awaiting him, calling him back to Macon at once. He left on the early train Saturday morning.
Mrs. J. H. Trump, Mrs. A. T. Hearin, Mrs. Ellis and Miss Alice Morgan returned Tuesday from an automobile trip to Macon. They went up to spend Thanksgiving with the Quincy boys at Camp Wheeler. They brought back a glowing account of the conditions at the camp.
Miss Mary Tarlouski, accompanied by Miss Galberg, and Mr. Mendelson, sister and son, motered over from Tallahassee Sunday.
H. G. Strange and Miss Lilly Strange motored over to Bainbridge Friday evening to meet S. E. Strange, who is stationed at Camp Wheeler and came home on a three days' furlough.
|Clarksville Items (Received too late for last issue)
Misses Maude and Robbie Broome, Claudia Kemp, Vera Perkins and Messrs. Riley Clark, Julian Kemp, Johnnie and Arthur Finklea went to Webb Johnson's Wednesday night to see the table walk.
Raymond Gray has taken Duncan McRae's place at the store.
Mr. and Mrs. John Booth and son, Gordon, called on Mrs. Broome and family Sunday afternoon.
Miss Ellen Walsh has gone to Cairo, Ga., to spend a few days on business.
Mrs. Broome has been on the sick list for quite a while.
W. W. Mobley and family have moved to Eastman, Ga., where he has accepted a position in the machine shops.
Misses Claudia Kemp and Vera Perkins, Johnnie Finklea and Julian Kemp called on Misses Maude and Robbie Broome one night last week.
Miss Maggie (should be Maxie) Logue and Raymond Gray spent Saturday in Gradyville, Ga.
Dr. W. H. Bryan of Gradyville, Ga., and Miss Ellen Walsh took supper at Mrs. Broome's Tuesday.
Misses Maude Broome and Ellen Walsh spent the day with Mrs. Pasco (Emma Finklea) Walsh of Concord Wednesday.
Dr. W. H. Bryan of Gradyville made his usual round Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. R. W. Ponder of Gradyville, called on Mrs. Broome Sunday afternoon.
Misses Maude and Robbie Broome and Julian Kemp were among the crowd that attended the cane grinding at Walter Walsh's place last night.
|Dr. Jackson Dead
Miss Phronia Jackson, who teaches the second grade in the primary school, was called to her home at Rock Bluff on Tuesday of last week on account of the illness of her father, Dr. Jackson. She arrived in time to talk with him before he sank into unconsciousness. He died early
Thursday morning and was laid to rest in the family burying gound. Until a few years ago Dr. Jackson was actively engaged in the practice of medicine and was known in this and adjoining counties as one of the best physicians of his time. He was highly esteemed by all who knew him.
Miss Jackson has the sincere sympathy of her friends in this bereavement. She returned to her work here Monday morning.
|Death of Rev. Switzer
Rev. D. Lee Switzer died yesterday morning at Chattahoochee at the age of 55 years. Rev. Switzer was a brother of Mrs. A. S. Woodbery and the funeral services were held at the home of Mrs. Woodbery this morning at 10 o'clock. Burial was made in the Eastern cemetery. Rev. Switzer had been a member of the Methodist conference for nineteen years and had served a number of churches in this conference. Funeral services were conducted by Dr. H. G. Davis.
|Greensboro News Items
Among those who spent the Thanksgiving holidays at home were Misses Farris Davis, Ruby and Hattie Inman.
Col. J. D. Gardner and wife of Camilla, Ga., spent Thursday night at the home of Dr. Gardner, and returned to Camilla Friday.
Messrs. R. M. and J. H. Anderson of Savannah are visiting at the home of their brother, S. W. Anderson.
Mrs. P. A. Fletcher was summoned to Savannah last week on account of the severe illness of her sister. On Thursday Mr. Fletcher received a message bearing the sad news of her sister's death. Mrs. Fletcher will remain there with her people until after Conference.
Mrs. Joe Campbell spent last week here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cumbie. Mr. Campbell arrived Sunday and left that afternoon for their home near Perry, making the trip by automobile.
A great many from here attended the show in Quincy this week.
Miss Elin Larson, one of the popular teachers here, spent Thanksgiving in Tallahassee with her sister at the college.
After a most delightful trip to Marianna and Argyle, Miss Jeannette Campbell returned Sunday.
|Clarksville Items (Received too late for last issue)
Miss Maude Broome spent last week in Bradyville, Ga., the guest of friends.
Miss Robbie Broome, Riley Clark, Miss Maude Broome and Julian Kemp attended church in Concord Sunday night.
Mrs. R. W. Ponder and children, Ellie and Dewitt, spent Sunday in Clarksville, guests of Mrs. Broome and family.
Wade Mobley is spending a while in Eastman, Ga., trying to regain his health.
W. W. Underwood has returned to his home near Swainsboro, Ga.
Mrs. R. J. Broome is spending the week in Gradyville, Ga.
Emory Johnson of Gradyville, Ga., spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Vickers.
Misses Maude and Robbie Broome, Claudia Kemp, Julian Kemp and Riley Clark attended the cane grinding at Walter Walsh's place Tuesday night.
Riley Clark and Julian Kemp went to a party near Gretna Thursday night.
Mrs. Emory Walsh and mother, Mrs. Perkins, spent Saturday afternoon with Mrs. Broome
Misses Ellen Walsh and Maude Broome attended the cane grinding at Mrs. Vickers Tuesday afternoon.
Riley Clark made a business trip to Calvary Wednesday morning.
|Juniper Notes (Received too late for last issue)
There was a big party at the home of Charlie Vanlandingham Friday night of last week.
W. R. Carven was a visitor at the home of his brother, T. C. Craven, Saturday night of last week.
Abe Chester was a visitor at the home of Henry Todd Saturday night of last week.
Jean Sapp has been very ill for the past few days.
Abe Chester spent the night at the home of W. R. Craven Tuesday.
|Meeting Eastern Star
All members of Washington Chapter No. 43, Order Eastern Star, are requested to attend the regular meeting Monday evening at 7:30 at Masonic Hall. Election of officers and other important buiness. Visiting brothers and sister are cordially welcomed.
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