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FARMS FOR SALE!
No. 1. FOlt SALK-80 acres', 51 tulles from Forest City and 01 mlcls
from Mound City: 4 room house, good smoko house, fair chicken house, com
nioti cellar. '- wells, one at house: Rood spring, new barn :t-tx 14 feet, crib In
bam. About .V) apple trees, some cherry, peach and plum trees: 4 acres tim
othy and "i acres alfalfa meadow. About :w acres timbered pasture, clover,
alsyke and timothy; 2n acres under hog-tight fence, balance barled wire; uu
acres In cultivation. Price, 980.00 per acre.
No. 2. FOK SALK-W". acres, 51 miles from Mound City, 0 miles from
Forest 'it v: new il-room house, new smoke house, new chicken house, new
Cellar, large new cistern, 2 good wells, fair barn for 4 horses, crib attached
to barn, old house used as an implement shed. Small fruit. 5 acres alfalfa
meadow, 25 acres tlmotby and clover pasture fenced hog-tight. AIout 45
acres good timber, balance In cultivation. Price, tM.uO per acre.
No. .1. FOIt SALE 4 acres, 2 miles from Forest City: new 5-room
Louse, smoke house, chlckeh house, common cellar, cistern, well, small barn,
corn crib, 2 acres orchard, C acres bluegrass. timothy and clover pasture.
Land is fenced hog-tight: 4 acres timber, balance In grass and cultivation.
This is a good, little place. Price, 1125.00 per acre.
No. 4. "FOU SALK Ult EXCi!ANOK-120 acres, one mile from city lim
its: 6-room house: halls and pantry, cellar under house, large basement barn;
stone smoke house, chicken house, hog sheds, etc. Most all kinds of fruit,
well and wind mill, .'I cisterns: about . acres timber, balance In cultivation.
Crass, etc, 40 acre good creek bottom. In Oregon schooLillstrlct: a good
stock and grain farm. Price tl35.00 per acre. Might consider small proper
ty or quarter section of cheap land as part of tlrst payment.
No. ), FOK SALE 120 acres; H-room house; smoke house, chicken
house: barn for 8 horses, crib and granary in barn, 2,000 bushels capacity: 2
hog sheds. 3212 and 54x12, concrete foundations. Nice maple and pine
grove: about two acres orchard. Peach orchard of 150 trees. Fenced Into
l fields and pastures. 20 acres hi uegrass pasture; 10 acres meadow or pas
ture; s acres line alfalfa, Just sown and up nice. 12 acres In oats, lo acres
Clover, about lio acres corn. This Is a line farm and must Ite seen to be ap
preciated. Price for short time only, IUhmki per acre.
If you have a farm, town or city property, merchandise, livestock, livery
stock, or cheap lands anywhere, see me. I can trade It for you and get you
what you want.
For results call on, write or phone,
A. W. COTTEN,
OREGON, Both Phones, 124, MISSOURI.
Property for Sale!
No. 2. Consists of IH acres, about one-half mile southwest from city lim
its of Oregon: has a splendid new dwelling of live rooms, goon barn
and other outbuildings also a brand new cement cave, 2 cisterns and
water In blanch usually. Plenty of fruit. Located on one of the
best roads leading Into the city. Price, tl.noi).
No. . Is a llttli! farm nf 51 acres, located one-half mile northeast of Forest
(,'lty school building: has dwelling of four rooms, barn 10x21, built
I'.llo: smoke house and chicken houses, a good well of water and two
cisterns. Price, tloo per acre.
Is a farm of 00 acres located near lllchvlllu, 15 acres In culllvtlon,
Incluillng grasses. Ilalattce In tlinlier, 20 acres hog tight and two
wires arotino nie loriy acres.
Is a splendid Hull county bottom f.irm of 07 acres, all under fence.
Good three-room duelling with cistern. Iurn4nx42. corn crib xx.T.,
hen house 1220, coal and hoj house. Lots of good stock water.
Apple and peach orchard. Two miles from good railroad town.
No. 1. Has duelling of six rooms, besides halls and closets. Tun level lots
-the vacant lot being will able for building purposes. Located l
blocks west of court house square. Price. t:i,Qnj.
No. 2. Is a one-Mory dwelling of 5 rooms, 2 closets, hall screened in porch,
cement lloor and good cave, with entrance from Inside of porch.
Duelling In good repair Inside and out. Plenty of fruit of all kinds.
Ilaru for team, cow and hogs Chicken house and lot. Iltiggyshed.
Two lots In good location and cheap at 2,5o.
No. 5. Is a I l-stot v frame six-room house with basement, small stable and
other out buildings. Plenty of cistern water. New cement walk
along cast side. Located In a splendid neighborhood, 2 blocks from
court house square. Price fl.ono.
No. 0. Is a one-story house consisting of six rooms, wood shed and coal
house. Ilarn, 2 splendid clstcrits-.iiecr dry-one lot with some
fruit on same. This dwelling Is situated within 2 blocks of court
house and In good repair.
No. 8. flood 5-room dwelling with basement. Dim room built one year ago.
New front porch, new roof and gutter, house and roof well painted,
good cistern and pump; good barn, room for .'I horses and buggy,
sman crin ami norse ioi: gnoti ciiickcii ioi, wnn neu utilise: pcacnes,
plums, blacklterrles, strawlieirlcs. cherries: four good lots, about 2
in alfalfa. Will make you a good price on this if sold soon.
I am pictured to make you a loan on your farm at 5 percent annual
interest with a reasonable commission. Or, If you have Idle monev
I will place It for you on good security and at a good rate of Interest'.
See mo for any of above business.
ZR. O. BBKTTOKT,
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For Statu Senator, Thlnl Setialoral
FltANCIS M. WIJ.SON,
For Member of House of licprcsciita
GKOItC.K V. CLICK,
Mound City, Mo.
For.ltidge County Court, First Dl,
D. C. STALL Alll,
Forest City, Mo.
For .ludge County Court, Second Dls
M. L. NOItMAN,
Mound City, Mo,
For Prosecuting Attorney:
DON M. III'NT,
My alfalfa seed Is recleaned, free
from weed seed and' ready, for sale, a
cheap as can be bought any where.
Have standard scales here. a
Hoth Phones. W. J. Fikld.
Dr. Wliltsell, eye and ear special
ist; se corner 6th and Kdmond, St.
Joseph. Both Phones, 843.
For County Assessor:
For County Treasurer:
.1. II. FICKKS,
For County Surveyor:
JOSEPH P. OA1UIKTT,
For L'ublla Administrator:
1LC. HKNTON, '
TK AC II KltS' ASSOCIATION.
Atchison. Andrew, Holt, Gentry,
Worth, and Nodaway
Northwest Normal Building Mary-
ville, Mo., November 7, 6,
I. This Is the regular three days'
fall association provided by section
10,034 of the Missouri school law.
2. Headquarters will be located at
the Llnvllle hotel. When you arrive
In Maryvllle, come directly to the
Llnvllle hotel unless you have already
secured board and lodging. In that
case have the bus take you directly
to your boarding place. Hotel rates
will be from $1 to 2 per day. Pri
vate board l to 41.50 per day.
Those desiring reservations made
write W. M. Oakerson, Supt, of Nod
away county, Maryvllle, Mo., or the
.1. Lunches will he served at flic
Normal building at the noon hour for
those who desire to buy lunch there
and save returning to their boarding
4. All sessions of the association
will be held In the Normal school
fliritSDAY, NOVKMHKIt 7. 1IU2.
ChrlitnatiC. II. Allen, Supt. ol
U:.':o Devotional e.erclses
conducted by Itev. Leu llarrell
directed by Prof. I'. O. Latidon.
Pres. II. K.Taylor
Leslie M Dohhs, Supt. Andrew
Dr. Herman l). Peaise, Kansas
I::ki ( iiieiilug exetcNes
til veil by the Maryvllle Public
2;oo Li.'Cttiic.Dr. Herman K. I 'curse
;I:iki- Sectional meetings:
High School section -Library.
Conductor C. A. Hawkins,
Supt. Maryvllle Public Schools.
I'he High School Curriculum:
(a) Its A I my
Chas. L. Moslej, Supt. Stan
Iwrry Public Schools.
(b) Should It He Staiidardlt'dY
It. .1. Splckermau, Supt. Itock
port Public Schools.
(c) Intensive or KxtenslveV
.1. I. Crosen. Supt. Mound City
(d) KIcctlNe or FixedV
A. II. ('ooper, Supt. Grant City
(e) The Old and the New tjues.
Ceo. F. Nardlii. Supt. Savan
nah Public Schools.
Grade Section Normal Audi
torium. Conductor Ira Itlchardson
Dep'l Pedagogy. Maryvllle
Classification In llural Schools:
(a) llasisof Classification....
MKs Itess lltirch
(li) How Dispose of Ihu Irregu
lar PupllV....Mrs. A. M. Laird
Function of and Method lit the
Teaching of Grammar:
Miss Faniilt! Hope, Maryvllle
High School Work in the One lioom
Karl A. Itock, Supt. of Holt
Klllclency In the Teaching of Geog
MKs Golda itouch
Miss Mary Hughes, Maryvllle
Primary Section doom 211.
Conductor Miss Can In Hop
kins, Maryvllle State Normal.
Dramatizing In Language Work
Miss Lulu Hughes
The Value of Story Telling
Miss Atla Albert
How Provide for Kxceptlonal Chil
dren Mrs. Alberta Murphy
Nature Study and Literature
Miss llellii Wattcnturgar
":,'Hl -Concert, given by Prof Lawler's
8:00-1 K'clamal ory Coin est .
Fill DAY, NOVKMHKIt .
Chairman Mrs. Cora Karly,
Supt. or Worth County.
0:15 Devotional exercises ,
'Conducted by Itev. . I. D. Itan
0:ooLecturu ...Dr. W. W. Charters
Dean of School of Education, M,
S. V., Columbia, Mo.
11:00 Lecture "Hoy Leadership"
Dr. . I. Adams Puffer, lloston,
Chairman Miss Hettie Antho
ny, Dep't Home Economics,
Maryvllle Slate Normal.
1:30 Opening exercises
Music furnished by Mr. H. It.
Hancock, Maryvllle, Mo.
2:00 Lecture "Home Economics" ,
Don't Wear Yourself
Out Working in Heavy
Buy a pair of light weight Elk Shoes-they
are cut from Chrome Glove Stock that is
soft and easy oh your feet.
Men's, in Black and Tan, at
$2.00 to $2.50
Boys', in Tan and Brown, at
$1.75 to $2.00
THEY ARE IDEAL, LIGHT WEIGHT WORK SHOES.
THE FITTS-BUNKER MER. CO.,
COME TO US FOR YOUR SHOES.
Mrs. Ilattlc Mitchell. Drake
i'nlverslty, Des Moines, la.
.1:00. Sectional meetings.
High School Section Library.
Conductor W. M. West brook,
Prlit. Maryvllle High School.
High School Activities:
(I) Their I'se and Control ...
K. M. Hrooks, Supt. of Lan
caster Public Schools.
(21 Should Fool hall hel'la.ted
by the High School?
W. It. Lowry,
Supt. of Hopkins Schools,
(h) Literary and Dcliat lug So
cieties 1. C. Godhey,
Supt. Tarklo Public Schools.
(c) Class Organizations
II. II. Ilanklus, Supt. Hurling
ton Junction Public Schools.
(d) F.ntertaluments and School
Papers C. F. Daugherty,
Supt. of Albany Public Schools.
Discussion Dr. W. W. Charleis
Grade Section Normal Audi
torium. Conductor Mrs. Sallle V. Gre
by, Supt. of Atchison County.
Consolidation of Schools:
(a) Importance of Consolida
tion Clyde llushy,
Supt.Skldmurc Public Schools,
(h) How Secure Cjtisolltlat Ion?
Miss I tic. Florea
Discussion I'res. II. K. Taylor
The Value and Practicability of the
llural High School
K. C. Duncan, Prin. Darling
ton Public Schools.
7::io lleceptlon Given by the fac
ulty of the Northwest Normal
FRUIT TREES OF QUALITY
Choice, elenn, whole-rooted Nursery Stock of nil kinds, both fruit
If you want HKTTKIt trees, plants and vines, either for famllv
or commercial orchaid, we hae them, but no cheap Inferior grades.
We are building a business lor future tears on the totiiiilation stones
ot WALITV and SlCAItK DKALlSC.
Having spent a life time in the business I should know good
fruits and good nurserv stock.
WK WANT YOl'lt TltADK and will treat you ItlGIIT.
We have Ih'cii here forty years, and you are not dealing with
strangers or agents when you patronize the
GKO. It. M mil AY, Proprietor,
SATI'ltDA Y, NOVKMHKIt I'.
Chairman -W. M. Oakerson, Supt. of
Conducted by Klder C..I. Miller
10:00 -Lecture" Vocational Guidance"
Dr. . I. Adams Puller, lloston,
ll:oo Lecture.. Hon. Win. I. Kvans,
Statu Supt. of Public I nl ruc
tion. .UTKIt.NOON SKSSIIIN.
l::iu Musical Program furnished by
Miss Alma Nash's Juvenile
Dr. Frank M.Mc.Murry, Teach
ers' College, Columbia Culvers
Ity. New York.
:i:iNi Distribution of prizes for Noda
way County Agricultural and
Domestic Science Association.
We, ihu county superintendents of
Atchison, Holt, Andrew, Gentry,
Worth and Nodaway counties, extend
our greetings" to the teachers of
these counties. You will II nil before
hand the program that we have pre
pared for the Joint educational meet
ing, November T-l, HH2. We have
endeavored to make this program
nractlcal. helnftll and Interest liii? ami
Iwllcvc you will Mud It so. Come
with the expectation of being helped
and also of helping others and this
will he an educational meeting thai
w III long bu remembered because of t lie
good that it will hatu done. Head
the program, aNo noles carefully.
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Mils. ClIltA Kaiu.v,
Fi.MIL A. ItOt'K,
I. KM. IK. M. Ulllllis,
( HAS. . Al.l.KN,
W. M. o.ki:iis(in,
. Grapes for sale In quantities to
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