Items of Interest from the Troy Free Press, Friday, March 4, 1904
Troy Free Press (Troy, Lincoln County, MO), March 4, 1904, p. 1 col. 3.
Transcribed by The Hockmans.
Troy Free Press Newspaper
Friday, March 4, 1904
Allison Page Hockman, great granddaughter
of Joseph Page
Miss Elphie Lee TRAIL is reported sick.
Chas. NAGLE is very low with pneumonia.
Quite a number here and in this vicinity are "'gripping"'
The debate billed for this place last Saturday night
was postponed on account of sickness.
Some days we think spring has come, but by the morrow
we are fairly satisfied we were mistaken.
M.N. FINNERTY of Brussells came up Saturday to see his
daughter, Mrs. Birch HUMPHREY, who is threatened with pneumonia.
W. M. MATTOCKS was called home last Thursday (by the
sickness of his wife) from his store at Blair, where he had been for a couple
of weeks selling out his stock of goods there.
Eld. J.H. THOMAS filled his regular appointment at Elm
Grove Sunday, but on account of the intolerable roads no services were held
that eve (sic) at the church, but at the home of B.N. CALLAWAY's instead,
where quite a number gathered and a profitable service was conducted by the
One of our aged and worthy citizens passed to rest last
Wednesday Feb. 24, in the person of Uncle Joe PAGE. He had suffered for
several days from a complication of lagrippe and other troubles. He leaves
a wife and several grown children and a host of sorrowing friends. His
remains were interred in the Catholic cemetery at Troy, as he was a Catholic
Miss Tice HEADY started to Buchanan College last Tuesday.
M.H. BROWN and daughter, Miss Jeannie, are both
on the sick list.
Wm. H. BRYAN and wife have both been sick with grip but
Harrison CHAPPELL was in this vicinity one day last week
Mr. WILSON, of Wellsville, visited George WILLIAMS a
day or two last week.
Abbie WILLIAMS sold a good work horse to a gentleman
near Foristell one day last week.
Chas. WILLIAMS and little daughter of Moscow Mills, visited
at J. J. ELLIOTT's last Tuesday.
Abbie WILLIAMS is the possessor of six angora goats and
six sheep which all run in the same lot.
After a week's vacation on account of scarlet fever scare
our school was taken up again last Monday.
Wm. JEANS has just completed a new barn on the farm he
bought of Joe TICE. The KOEHLER boys did the work.
Born, to Andy STEPHENSON and wife, a fine nine-pound
boy, on Feb. 23. We are informed that they named him James Andrew.
Burt JEANS and family moved to his new farm they bought
of the PENN boys last Monday. John GLENN and wife will occupy the farm
vacated by Mr. JEANS.
Mr. MATHEWS has a curiosity. He has a sow that
acts as mother for three pigs and three pups. It looks funny to see both
lots taking their meals at once.
[Transcriber's notes: I ordered from the State Historical Society of
Missouri, my g. grandfather's newspaper obit. Lauren Leeman, Ref. Specialist,
sent me a copy of the Friday, 4 Mar 1904 Troy Free Press Newspaper, page 1,
Col. 3. Listed below is the info that was on the sheet I rec'd.]
File submitted to HERITAGE PAGES of LINCOLN COUNTY, MISSOURI by Alison Page Hockman, 15 Sep, 2008.
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