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Warren County Illinois
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Gossip and Visiting News

Wm. Bartley of Poplar (MT) was in town this week, and surprised his hosts of friends by bringing with him a wife. Mrs. Hartley was formerly Ora Miller of Monmouth, Ill., and the marriage took place in St. Paul on Nov. 20. Mr. and Mrs. Bartley visited various eastern points on their wedding trip, and also at his old home in Missouri - the second time back in twenty years. Mr. and Mrs. Bartley returned via the great Northern and this is their first trip to Glendive. Mr. Bartley is among the most prominent stockmen of Dawson county, and his friends have been busy extending congratulations to himself and bride.
[Yellowstone Monitor. (Glendive, Mont.), January 11, 1912]

C. W. Beveridge returned to his home in Monmouth, Ill., this morning. He has been visiting the University preparatory to entering this fall.
[The Columbia Evening Missourian. (Columbia, Mo.) August 05, 1922]

Mrs. W.R. Burford, of Monmouth, Ill., was the guest of her brother C.E. Henderson and family from Saturday to Tuesday.
[Monroe City Democrat (Monroe City, Mo.), December 02, 1915]

Mrs. John R. Hall has gone on a 3 weeks' vacation, during which she will visit relatives at Monmouth, Ill., St. Louis and Jefferson City, MO.
[The Morning Tulsa Daily World., August 29, 1920, SECTION-B, Page 7, (Tulsa, Okla.)]

R. Lahen, of Monmouth, Ill., who has been a guest at Camp Opp for some time past, returned home on Wednesday's train, after having spent an enjoyable vacation in the mountains.
[The Philipsburg mail.(Philipsburg, Mont.), July 28, 1899]

H.U. Scott, of Monmouth, Ill., is spending some time in the city. Mr. Scott formerly lived here.
[Hopkinsville Kentuckian.(Hopkinsville, Ky.), June 09, 1910, Page 5]

T.F. Shonts gives college at Monmouth, Ill., his alma mater, $10,000.
[The Intermountain Catholic.(Salt Lake City, Utah), December 02, 1905]

Miss Minnie Spurgin leaves this morning for Monmouth, Ill., in response to a telegram stating that her sister is critically ill.
[The Rice Belt Journal (Welsh, Calcasieu Parish, La.), March 29, 1907]

Mrs. Eliza Winship, one of our esteemed neighbors, will leave in a few days for Monmouth, Illinois, her old home.
["The Conroe Courier", Conroe, TX July 19, 1912] 


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