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1894 Newspaper Clipping
Posted by: Tarney Smith (ID *****4621) Date: January 27, 2003 at 07:49:40
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From a collection of memorabilia:
Newspaper clipping from an unnamed Tuscumbia, Miller County, MO newspaper:

THURSDAY, MAY 24, 1894
Sam Lawson was in town Saturday.
Hon. W. A. Hackney was in town Sunday.
Jno. Watson of the South Side was in town Saturday
Mrs. George Edwards of the South Side was in town Saturday.
Miss Mary Kallenbach visited in the country Saturday and Sunday.
Charley Clarke left Monday morning with his clothing trunks for a tour of the south. Charley will talk fast this trip.
Mrs. Rebecca Crisp of near Pleasant Mount was a caller at this office last Thursday. While here she was the guest of Collector Miller and family.
C. J. Thompson, of Jas. Thompson & Son, Brumley, was here Thursday on business with the probate court. Also W. F. Karr of near the same town.
M. M. Boltz of near Elm Springs precinct was a social caller last press day.
Wm. Wetlock of Charleytown was here Thursday making settlements in the probate court.
Joseph Wilde, the jolly blacksmith of Charleytown was here last Thursday attending probate court.
Miss Emma Kallenbach was in town Monday.
Uncle Mike Wyrick and wife were in town Tuesday.
J. J. Haynes of near Eldon was in town Tuesday on business.
Attorney Lumpkin was in town Tuesday and gave us a business call.
Conrad Wenzel and wife and Grandma Artz spent Sunday at John Kallenbach’s.
Miss Lizzie Bear, who is attending school at Aurora Springs, passed through town Saturday on her way home to spend Sunday with her parents. She was accompanied by Miss May Welcher, one of her school friends.
Hon. H. C. Jackson and daughters were in town one day last week. Mr. Jackson is one of the South Side’s most successful farmers.
Sam Gardner has just completed a handsome “jump-seat” buggy for J. R. Wells, below town. Mr. Gardner is a splendid carriage builder.

“Lizzie” (Mary Elizabeth) Bear was my husband’s grandmother. She married Samuel Arthur Adcock.

Tarney Smith

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