Wm. A. Watkins and wife went to St.Louis Wednesday where they will attend
the World's Fair.
Mathew Grey of near Callao called at this office Saturday and renewed his
subscription for the Appeal.
Born at Keota, Mo., on Friday, June 24, 1904, to the wife of G.L. Thomas,
manager of the Central store, a boy.
Miss Winnie Jones went to New Cambria Saturday to visit with her aunt, Mrs.
James T. Davis and family north of that town.
C.F.Hale and wife and their cousin, Miss Mabel Richards, returned Tuesday
night from a visit to the World's Fair at St. Louis.
Miss Hattie Evans, who has had charge as teacher of Prairie school for the
summer term just closed, left Saturday for her home in Marceline.
James Moser and wife and child, of Dawn, came here Saturday and remained
until Tuesday the guests of Mrs. Moser's sister, Mrs. Al(mark on page-can't
read) James and husband.
Mrs. E.E. Brammer and children of Brookfield, came here Sunday to visit a
few days with her brother, M.S. Thomas and other relatives. She returned
home Wednesday morning.
T.D. Thomas, sr., and wife returned home yesterday from a ten days visit
to the World's Fair at St. Louis. They are delighted with their visit and
greatly enjoyed the magnificent sights at the Fair.
Mrs. J.W. White, of Texas, who had been visiting last week here with her
brother, Edward Jochims and wife, returned to Macon Sunday, accompanied by
her father and other relatives who had been spending the day here.
Owen Evans, of Huntsville, came here Friday to visit his sister, Mrs. John
Thomas and family. He went to New Cambria Saturday and remained until Tuesday
the guest of friends. He returned Wednesday to Huntsville accompanied by
his neice (sic), Miss Winnie Thomas, who will make a visit with him and relatives
Mrs. Belle Scheller and two sons, John and James, and daughter, Miss Mariam,
of Frostburg, Maryland, are here the guest of the former's daughter, Mrs.
Richard S. Thomas and family and will make an extended stay. Mrs. Thomas
and children accompanied by her mother and sister went to New Cambria Sunday
and remained for several days to visit with friends.
Mrs. Wm. L. Thomas has been seriously sick with fever but is now slowly
Mrs. Ed. Rowland and three daughters, Misses Ida, Elizabeth and Matilda,
of Pocatello, Idaho, arrived yesterday and will remain for a week or two
the guests of the former's mother-in-law, Mrs. Ephraim Rowland and family.
D.D. Jones and bride arrived here last week from chicago. Where they wer
married Wednesday, June (can't read day); and are the guests of Mr. Jones'
parents' Lewis D. Jones and wife. Bevier people extend him and his bride
their best wishes for a long and happy voyage through life together.
Homer Walter and wife and little son went to Ardmore Sunday to make a visit
Charles Barnes returned Monday night from a several days visit with friends
Born at their home southwest of this city, on Monday morning, July 4, 1904,
to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Jones, a girl.
D. T. Owen and little daughter, Calentbe, went to New Cambria Sunday and
visited with friends there for a few days.
Mrs. Daniel T. Edwards and neice (sic), Miss Edith James, who had been attending
the World's Fair at St. Louis, returned home Friday.
John L. Jones left Friday for his home at Diamond, Indiana, after a short
stay here the guest of his cousins, Elder and Mrs. Frances A. Evans.
Misses Lizzie and Sallie Phillips were the guest of their sister, Mrs. J.G.
Lloyd and husband of New Cambria from Sunday over the fourth.
Addison Orr came home Saturday to spend a few days with his family. He returned
Tuesday to Huntsville where he has been working for some time.
W.H. Wilkinson and children, Marion, Tommy and Vivie, left Tuesday morning
to make a visit with his parents and other relatives in Dalles County, MO.
Wm. H. Thomas, of St. Louis, came here Saturday to make a visit with his
parents, David D. Thomas and wife and remained until Tuesday morning. He
spent the Fourth at New Cambria.
Mrs. James E. Rogers and son and daughter, David J. and Miss Lizzie, of Moberly,
came here last week and remained until yesterday the pleasant guests of the
former's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Harris and other relatives. Mrs. Rogers'
neice(sic), Miss Sarah J. Heather, who had been here visiting her mother,
Mrs. Mary Heather and family, also returned yesterday to Moberly, where she
has been staying for some time.
George Richards, George Frame, Charles Wardell, Richard M. Jones and F.T.
Mussell left Monday for Pittsburg, Kansas, to represent Local Union 919 at
the Interstate convention of the United Mine workers which convened Wednesday.
The organized coal miners of Missouri, Kansas, Arkansas, Indian Territory
and Texas are represented in the convention. After the close of the convention
the joint conference of the operators and miners of the states named will
meet to arrange a scale for the coming year.
Six room house and lot, with good rock foundation and cellar, and two wells,
on Linn street, Bevier. For particulars inquire of B.W.Thomas Bevier, MO
Welsh Cong'l Church
Pastor Thomas Evans will preach next Sunday morning at 10:30. sunday school
at 2 p.m. Evening service will be conducted in English at 6:30; the pastor
will preach. All are invited.
First Baptist Church
Sunday school at 9:30 Sunday morning. Rev. John B. Richards will preach at
10:30 and also to the evening at 7 o'clock. All are welcome.
Howard Sharp to Serve Sentence.
City Marshal Brush arrested Howard Sharp last Monday morning, in accordance
with a request made in a telegram he received from sheriff Burton of Monroe
County, which stated that the decision of the lower court sentencing Sharp
to the penitratiary for ten years for the killing of Robert Soneking in December
1901, had been affirmed by the supreme court. Sheriff Burton arrived later
and left that afternoon with his prisoner for Monroe county. Sharp's attorney
was J.H.Whitecotton who was charged with mutilating the records in the case.
Sharp has a wife and two small children and has lived here nearly a year,
being employed as driver by the saloon firm of Quinn & Thomas