Ashworth and Epple
Mr. Ashworth was appointed constable of Richland
Township, and Edward Epple Road Overseer in placeof Wm. Schlormann,
Source The Advertiser-Courier, Mar. 1, 1875, page 5, Hermann,
Miss Allyn Bridges
According to the Lamar Democrat, Lamar is
to furnish a "memorial room" in the court house to the memorry of Miss
Allyn Bridges, a Lamar woman who was widely known for her civic and
philanthropic work, as well as her unsefishness. The room will be a
rest room where every comfort will be found for the weary.
Kansas City Star, Kansas City, Mo., March 5, 1919
The Jerico merchant, William Holbein, who disappeared in Lamar,
has not been found. While thirty men from Lockwood were dragging a
pond in Lamar the word came that the missing merchant had been seen and
was on his way home from Joplin. He did not appear.
Kansas City Star, Kansas City, Mo., Nov. 20, 1909
ten days ago C.W. Wilcox of Milford went to Carthage borrowed six hundred
dollars, got on the train and started for Pierce City, since when he has
not been heard from. Mrs. Wilcox was in town yesterday and stated
that she knows no reason why he should absent himself and is afraid that
he has been foully dealt with. We trust her fears are groundless and
that Mr. Wilcox will soon put in an appearance.
Missourian, Lamar, Mo., June 11,