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.
|Local and Personal (From a Quincy perspective)
A. T. Hearin is in Jacksonville this week.
Miss Edith Munroe is in Atlanta for a few days.
T. J. Edwards of Chattahoochee was in the city yesterday.
Miss Rilla Stewart of Gretna was in Quincy Monday afternoon.
Mrs. Ruth Shepard of River Junction, was a visitor to Quincy Saturday.
Wanted--4,000 bushels of corn; 1,000 bushels of peanuts; 3,000 bushels of cotton seed; 2,000 pound of pecans; 100 barrels of syrup, 1,000 bushels of velvet beans. Call or write W. S. Loyd, Havana, Fla. adv-1t
H. Sizer left Saturday for Birmingham where he will spend a week before going to make his home in Virginia.
Henry Edmund Corry is a student this year at Tome Institute at Port Deposit, Md.
Sheriff Gregory returned Friday night from Mulberry, where he went to bring back Walter Gadsden, a state convict who escaped three months ago.
Editor Weaver of the Bristol Free Press and Mr. Calhoun, a large turpentine operator in Liberty county, passed through Quincy Sunday on their way to Atlanta to attend the fair.
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Jones are in Atlanta this week. While there they will attend the fair, and will also visit the Gadsden boys who are at Camp Gordon. They will return Thursday.
Rev. W. A. Burns in in Winter Haven this week.
Angus Gillis was a business visitor to Tallahassee Saturday.
Julius Mills of Lloyd is one of the new salesmen at J. S. Shaw's store.
The family of the late F. B. Radcliffe of River Junction have moved to Pensacola.
Lieut. W. M. Corry, Jr., is with the United States Naval Detachment in Paris.
Misses Ruby and Jimmie McDavid of Hinson were in the city Monday.
Rev. D. J. Blackwell returned last Saturday from Montgomery, where he went to undergo an operation on his throat.
Misses Celia McFarlin and Evelyn Phillips returned Sunday night from Auburn, where they went to attend the football game between Auburn and Howard colleges and the opening dances.
Dr. and Mrs. Robt. L. Kennedy came over from Bascom last week and were accompanied home by Mrs. M. C. Kennedy, who was here on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Quarterman.
Rev. Logven filled his regular appointment at the M. E. (Methodist Episcopal) Church Sunday, he was called to Quincy to preach Sunday night.
B. A. (Bennett) Kemp made his usual trip to the coast this week.
Gid Chewning left here Sunday morning for Montgomery, Ala., where he will spend a few days.
Miss Ettie Vickers spent Saturday and Sunday here with relatives.
The many friends of Mrs. O. N. (Lillian) Chester will regret to learn of her illness for several days.
E. M. Welsh (Emory Mitchell "Mitch" Walsh) and J. H. Darsey left here today for Carrabelle as delegates from the Baptist church.
J. F. B. (John Frederick Beauregard) Connell, one of our leading merchants, made a business to Quincy Monday.
Joe Long and family returned home Friday, after spending a few days with relatives at Live Oak.
We are sorry to note the illness of Mrs. Pasco (Emma) Walsh.
John H. Gray and B. A. Kemp went to Tallahassee on business Friday. We are glad to note that Mrs. B. A. Kemp is improving, after an attach of rheumatism.
After a delightful visit to relatives at Camilla, Ga., Mrs. O. W. Gardner and little daughter, Margarete, returned Saturday. Mrs. Ross Bush accompanied them and will spend some time here with her sister, Mrs. R. L. Green.
E. B. Fletcher, Jr., better known as "Eddie", left last week for Atlanta, where he enrolled as a student in the Southern Dental College.
Dr. M. T. Kemp and family came up from Vilas Sunday and spent the day with relatives.
There will be services at the Baptist Church next Sunday evening, conducted by Rev. A. P. Matague, of Columbia College, Lake City. Everybody is cordially invited to hear him.
Miss Fay Simmons has returned, after a short visit with Miss Willis, near Quincy.
A number of young people enjoyed a fishing trip down on Telogia Creek last Friday.
As per announcement made some weeks ago, there was a very interesting meeting at the Methodist Church here Wednesday. There were several speakers of note, and the day proved a very profitable one.
Several from here attended the Red Cross meeting in Quincy last Friday evening.
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