C. W. MONTGOMERY
C. W. MONTGOMERY, head of the Montgomery Printing Company, has been a resident of Troy, Ohio, for nearly twenty years and is one of the most active of the younger generation of business men. He was born at West Milton, in Miami County, Ohio, in May 1865, and is a son of Stephen and Sarah (Randall) Montgomery. C. W. Montgomery was reared in his native village, and attended school there and one year in Dayton. When about fifteen years of age he began learning the printing business in West Milton, where he continued for three years and then moved to Indianapolis. He was employed by the job printing establishment of Carlon & Hollenbeck for a number of years. In 1890 he located at Troy and for some years was foreman of the printing plant of the Buckeye Company; he was part owner of that concern nine years, after which lie sold out, and in November, 1903, he established the Montgomery Printing Company. He does general job printing and has built up a large and well paying patronage. In 1894 C. W. Montgomery united in marriage with Miss Martha Landrey, who was born and reared in Troy. He has taken a more or less active interest in politics, and has served on the Democratic County Central Committee and the executive committee, being secretary of the latter for four or five years. Fraternally he is affiliated with the Masons.