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TIIKV (JHOSSKI) TIIK KlVkll.
The Sentinel's Record of Deaths
for the Year of
Kvcry year lias Its melancholy liar
test of old and young who have been
removed from the Held of action and
passed over to Join the silent majorl
ty. Sometimes the loss seems Irrepar
able, yut from the larger point of
rlcw, apart from Individual lieroave
iiieut, Providence lias tilted the
great scheme of things to these la
mentable exigencies. TI10 rankseloso
up; the gap Is tilled. Out of every I,
ooo,(XXl who are born tlio same ytar,
21.1,000 llvo for "() years, and 8,141 for
00 years, and but one oiitof thlsnum
ber live for 10.1 years. The year Just
closed witnessed tlio death In Holt
county of one who reached his litth
year 2d reached "0 years or past; 15
reached 80 years or more and 'J IX)
years or more. There have been live
of our residents who passed their
tooth year before death, since the cre
ation of Holt, county, In 1841. These
Kllabetb Kratly, died Oct. 7. IH7S,
Isaac Hayes, died Oct. in, mo,
Kllibeth Pope, died Oct. 7, h7S,
.Icsso Welch, died March llHi.1,
l'eter Meade, died May 0, 1007. ago
Our records show that during 'ho
past. '14 years, Including H'l-, there
have lieen 40 deaths of persons In our
county who had reached !M) years and
under 100 years. The oldest of these
who had reached W years was that of
David Pollock, who died .lanuary -,
11)07, at the ago of U5 years.
' The tlrst death occurring during
the year IM'J was that of Mrs. Daniel
Hulatt, .lanuary 1, age 7S. Tlio last
was that of Margurllo (illtlllau. Dec.
.M, age 7.
The oldest person to pass over the
river was Henry C. Long, of Illgelow,
who died November '-'"1, at t ho age of
Tlio greatest number of deaths oc
curred In March, II being reported to
us; in .lanuary and August there were
The total number of deaths during
the year 11)12 was 111 II males and 07
females. The average age of thu
males was .Vi years, and of the fe
males .Ml years. In making our 1 co
ords wo do not. Include deaths under
Thu latti census gives the average
death rate In the nation per Km 10 us
Hl.:i; in Missouii thu rate Is 12 and in
'Holt county it was 0.;;. I'm the year
.I1H2 Hie drat h rule in Hull county
was 7.;t per Woo.
The gicatcst vitality in Iiuiii.iii .Ife
Is shown to be between the ages 01 2"
and At. I' mm H'l to 71 the deutii i.tto
Is 11 percent: hot ween 2"i and .M 11 N I
per cent. Denver has I lie hlghiM
death rate, LU.n pur IO11O; St. I cj 1 1 1
rt.l per loon population; Holt county
7..H per Won. Asa general nile mc
Jlrst, three months 01' the ycai .vie thu
most fatal. Out record shows .17 of
the 111 total, during the Mist Unee
There was an average of one With
every 12 hours, and a death every 7K
hours in tint county during 1UI2.
There were several deaths during
the year that were out of Hut ordi
nary run of disease, anil wureuspeelal
ly sad to relatives and friends. Two
were killed by thu railroad In our
county. These were:
" I. . White, killed by the cars at
'Forest City, August 2D.
John Scott, aged f, ran over by the
train hontli of Craig, April 24.
, Geo. P. St roup died suddenly on the
truln between Itlgelowand Craig, 'De
Charlhie King, , age 2, drank carbolic
acid, and died July 2.1.
Ingle lltickmlnster, age 17, was
killed by lightning, June :io, at (lor
lon, Nebraska. .... ,
)V Catharine Hunker, age 11, died from
.burns, January 2.". .
i, Alfred D. Ueavls was drowned near
(lardenlor, Washington, May n. ,
ji' Wm, (loens suicided at St. Joseph,
'April, .10, by taking carbolic acid.
Hugo (Jell, age 11), was stricken
With apoplexy while playing football
gjn Oregon, and died the following day,
f liertJoselyii, formerly-of ItigeloW,
racu 28. was murdered near Itulo. He-
IV . . ' '
einoer 1.1. ,
Cornelius .limes, a negro; hotly
found In drift near llulo bridge, .Inly
Piper, A. I).,- killed In rallr.ufl
JJwreck, near Kansas city, January Jl.
Ilanna, Mrs. Tom, colored, buritfd
s to death, at her homo In Oregon, .lliii
Hunt., John, killed by Wm. Wiiglit,
f al Redondo, California, July 11,
'J Taps were sounded for four yeter-
' ans three ef the Union 'and one of
I the Confederate armies, These were:
Remlgis Arraentro'ut, of the C.
A. L. Caskey, died Dec. 17, atSlerre
Hadre, California; aged W; 2d Minn.
Ir Onbsja, Vt Jui , ae3; U.
Caleb Holeri, died Sept. '.M, -ago 7!
1st Tcnn. Art.
The record of-rmarrlages, bhths,
deatlis and divorces for the past live
years, Including 1012, Is as follows:
II 241 127 2 1
12 201 103 : :
7 171 mi I
mi 1.1.1 .1 2
12 21(1 111 .1 0
Those who had reached their three
score and ten at the time of death,
during 11)12, were the following:
Allen, Mrs. Nancy, April In, age si.
Archer. Mrs. Martha, Mch. 1.1, age
Illrd, Mrs. KHabeth, Aug. 22. ago
Hoyles, Mrs. Nat.. April 2.1, ago so.
Ilrockman, Mrs. .1. I.., April 7. age
Ilertle. A. 11.. Mch. l.agcNi.
Davis, J no. W.. Oct. 1.1, ago 70.
Davis, Mrs. Klllott, May 10, age 77.
Kvans, Mrs. Joseph, April I. age 72.
I'M wards. Mrs. Haydcn.Mch. I7,agu
I'ra.er. Mrs. W. W.. Oct. 2, age" I.
(Hills, Mrs, Kil., .Inly ".age 7.1.
(iamhrel.Mrs. Dan. K.. Aprll.'fi.age
(Sentry. Mrs. .f April 8. ago 71!.
(lorinan. Mrs. Prince. Mch. in, age
(Salllher, John, Jan. il. age 77.
(Solus. Caleb, eterau. Sept. 2ii, age
Handy. Thomas II.. Oct. 12, age 7o.
Iloilgln, Jnlin, Sept. .1, agu Ml.
Hutraker. Phil., Aug. Ill, age 7.
Hulatt, Mrs. Dan.,. Ian. :t, agu 7s.
Ilulatt, Mrs. I. V., Nov. 1.1, age 77.
Klinhluy. Mrs. Jane. April 14. agu
Kunkel, .Ino. I!.. Mch. 12, agu 7.1.
I.undy, Mrs. P. I'., I'eb. 14, agu so.
i,aughlin,.l. II., I'eb. 12,7.1.
Long, Henry C, Nov. 2.1, ago HI.
McNulty, Mrs. (J. W.. May S.agu 7.1.
Mclutyrc. Mrs, Kll.abeth, April 17.
Meyer. Mrs. Jacob, April II, age s.1.
Merrill. Mrs. Nicholas, Mch. .11. age
Murphy, Mrs. Iloburl, Mcb.Jl.age
Pierce, Mrs. Silas, April 20, age SH.
Pollen, (S. W., Mch. 17, age 7.1.
Ilussel, Mrs. D. T., Sept. 10, age 72.
Candall, Mrs. ItolK'rl, .tan. 17, age
Smith. Mrs. Kll.a. Sept'. II, agu 77.
Spoerle. Mis, Michael, Oct. 17, ago
Strickland,, Mrs. Aug. 10, age n.l.
saville, Mrs. Kinlly, I'eb. 2S, age 7.1.
Mpes. .Miles. Vb. 27. age so,
Slnelali. Mis. I!. II.. Feb. II, aye
an I Hicm . .Mis. IMabeth. April
10. age 72
Wilson. Mrs. lMvld..lune27.age72.
Welch. Mrs. Itellton. I'eb. S, age 71.
Viuiiig, Mrs, II. II.. Deo. 2.1. aye 71.
The average agu of these- 11 was sj
The following Is 'I'm; Si:ntiki.'
death rob for the year 1012:
Adklus, .1. It. i Hue), Nov. ll.agit.'lo.
Arnieiitniut. lleuilgls, Oct. 12, age
07: ('. S. A.
esd.ilc, Mrs. Wilson. Aug. 21, Val
Adams, .Inn., July 10, St. Joseph.
A Ibertsiuit Marcus T., July , agu
Anderson, .Ino., May Is, age .1.1.
Allen, Mrs. Nancy, Apr. 10, age ss.
Archer. Mrs. Martha, Mch. 1.1, agu
Arnett, Mrs. Lora, Mch. 2. Morris,
Iloharl, J. (. Dec. .10, age 01, in
llrown, Win. i;., Dec. IS.
'llarrett, Mrs. Kllabelh, Deed, agu
4; Wanatchel, Wash.
Ilrohan, Hugh, Jr., Dec 18, "age 21).
llrown, Mrs. J. S., Nov. 7, at Chi
cago. Itcggs, Mrs. Lowell, Nov. 0, age:il.
llrooks, Tom, Sept. 7,. age 18, Cla
Hunker, S. I., Sept. 2.1, age .18.
Illrd, Mrs. Elizabeth, Aug. 22, age
Dowers, Mrs. .Ino., July 20, agu on,
. IJuekmlnstor, Ingle, June :io by
lightning at (Sordon, Neb., age 17.
Hunt, .Ino., July o, murdered at
Hotter, Clara,. Imie II, ago 20, Ihook
Hoyles, Mrs. Nat., Apr. 2.1, agu so.
Howies, T. J., Apr. I, at St. .loseidi.
Ilrockman, Mrs. . I. L., Apr. 7, age
Ilertle, A. II., Mch. I, agu Ml. I
llarr, Mrs. Sadie, I'eb. s, In Penn
sylvania. Hunker, Catharine, Jan. 2.1, agu H,
Haer, Noah, Jan. ID, agu 7,1,Cushlon,
liotklu, .Ino., Jan. l,Colwell, Idaho.
Crow, Harvey L., Nov. 17,, ago 28.
Caton, Josle, Nov. i:i, age 12.
Caton, Nettie, Oct, 20, age 1.
Craytor, Jos. C, June 21, Kansas
City. - .
Cakyj,'L.j Jee. l9,aKe76,Hlerre
CaUao, Bacbael, June 10, aye 82,
CottcnOIrs. Ilu,scl. Dec. .10, age 20,
Carver. Adomlcc, May 10, age 70
Carr, Mrs. And). Apr. I", age i.0,
Campbell, (Sen. W., May 1. age HI.
Chcscbro, Isaac. Mrh. it, ago ni.al
Santa Cru.. Cal,
Cot ten, darnel t. April 12. age I.
Carpenter, Pert. I'eb. 27, at I 'alls
Comb. Mrs. Chas.. I'eb. u. Fairfax,
Craig, Mrs. Krnest.Jan. 11. age .12.
Cowan. Mrs. Chas, 0.. Jan. s. ago
.18. Kansas City, Mo.
Douglas, Mrs Stephen. Dec. 7. age
02, Cheyenne. Wyo.
Iiykc. .Ino. K., Nov. 20. at Tarklo.
Dieber, Mis. Win. !'., Aug. 7. age
Davis. Jnu. W.. Oct. 11, ag 70.
Dryileii, Vernle, June 21, age 2. Si.
David, Mrs. C. W., June II, age .11.
Davis, Mrs. Klllott, May 1.1, age 77.
Downs, Krnest, Oct. 1.1, age 2".
Dobbins. Mrs. Win.. Mch. 21, age 28.
F.vans, Mrs, Joseph, Apr. I. age 72.
Kdwanls. Mrs. Hayden. Mch. 17. age
I'ornev. Mrs, Joseph. Nov. 2.1. age
81, Falls City, Neb.
Ferguson. Mrs. Kllen, Oct. t.age7l,
at Omaha, Neb.
Fra.cr. Mrs. W. W .Oct. 2, age .
Fuller. ( ('.. Aug. II, age .VI.
Flke. .Ino. A.. July 28. agu .11. at St.
Fullerton, Wm.. Mch. 2s. age 70,
Sprlnglleld, S. D.
Fearnow, Mrs. T N.. Mch. l. ago
Flckes, Maud. Mch. I, age 22.
Flke, Karl, Feb. s. agu .to, at St. Jo
seph. Cllllllan, Marguerite, Dec. :io.agu7.
Coyer, .las. P., Sept. 1 1, age on.
(Soolsby, Mrs. .las., Aug. 28, agu 2o.
(51111s, Mrs. F.d., July .8, age 71.
Graham, Ira, veteran. July 1.1, age
(Sambrel. Mrs. Dan. K., Apr. :io, agu
(Soens, Wm., Apr. :io. St Joseph,
suicide, carbolic acid.
(Sordon, Ken., Apr. 18.
(Sentry, Mrs. Air., Apr. 8, agu 711.
(ileene, A. J.. Mch. 10, at Twin
(Stoves. K. !.. Mch. 1.1. at Hopkins,
(Sorinan, Mrs. Prince. Mch. In, agu
(irahaui, Joe II.. Feb. 20, age 00, atj
Kansas City. !
(Sallabur, .Ino., Jan. 0, age 77.
(Slcnn. Mrs. II. C, Nov. 2, age ill.
Cell, Hugo, Sept. 2". age 10 whllu
playing fool ball.
(Joins, Caleb, veteran, Sept. 20. age
Ileaton. Mis. W. II., Dee. 2. at
Haltoii. Kohl. I... Nov. II. age 72,
at Denvel, Col.
Hulatt. Mr. J. W.. Nov. M. age
Ilardiiiau, Petty, i let. 2.1. age u.1.
Houston, Mis. Mortimer. 'Vt. II,
Handy, Thomas II,, Oct. 12, age 70.
Ilodgln. .Ino., Sept. .1, age s.
Hopkins, Mrs. J. I... Mch. 12. ago
11, at Sheldon, Mo.
HulTaker, Phil., Aug. i::, agq 7s.
Holt, KatutS., Feb. II, age 08.
Hickman, Laura, Jan. 12, ago 2o.
Ilanna, Mrs. Tom, colored, Jan. 11,
age on, burned to death,
Hulatt, Mrs. Dan., Jan. .1, age 7.
Joslln, Kert, Dec. 1.1, aged 28; mur
dered near Hiawatha, Kas.
Jeffries, .Ino., Dec. 8,"agcd "1,at St.
James, Stephen, Aug. 27, age 0.1.
Jumps, James, Aug. 1.1, age 18.
Jones, Cornelius, colored, body
fourid In drift near Itulo bridge, July
8k body takcn.to Omaha,
Jaekon, Mrs. Jho., Mch. 10, ag'.l,
Atchison county. ' i
Krti.or,.l. W., Nov. U, agu .17, at
Kock Port, Mo.
King, Ktta, Sept. II, agu 2.
KletTer, Pearl, Aug. 18, age 2.
King, Mrs. S. (S., July 21, age 7o,
King, Charline, July 2.1,agu2,drank
Kirk, Mrs. Kllen, May II, agu 00.
Kirkland, Mrs. Jane, Apr. .10, age
78, at Kansas City.
Ivlmbley, Mrs. A. .1., Apr. 11, age
Kunkel, .Ino. K Mch. 12, agu 7.1.
Klippel, Mrs, Adam, Feb. 0, age 71,
at Portland, Oregon,
Klllou, Sain, Jan. 2.1, In Texas.
Lowe, .1 allies, Dec. 24, age .18.
Long, Frankiu, Dec. 21, Hamburg,
Long, Hunry C'Nov. 21, agu 01.
Long, A. W., June .10, age 57,
Leach, (Ic6. P., May 4, aged .10, at
Lewis, Mrs. Ilich., Sept. 21), age Oo.
Lamb, Clarence, Feb. 18, age 21, at
Lacty, W. II., Mch. ll,age.1.1,Mays
Lundy, Mrs. P. F., Feb. 14, age 80.
Laughlln, .1. II., Feb. 12, age 75.
May, George, December 17, age 7.1,
k Miller, Frank L., Dec. 7, age 08,
Kansas Glty. ; :
Moulden, Thos., Now. 22, ae JSU.
Mulllm, Jno. W., Oct. o, afe3.
Musch, Klla, July II, age ;ti.
McNulty, Mrs. (ieo. W., May s. .u-u
Meyer. Mrs. Jacob. Apr. II,-age s.1.
Mclntyre. Mi.. Kllahelh, Apr. 17,
Merilll. Mis, Nicholas. Mch. ill, age
Mlddleton. Itev I). S.. Mch. In. I n
Murphy. Mi. Ilobt., Mch. .11, ago
Mori Is. Kenton, Feb. Is, ago
Mulllns, lloberl. Jan. .1, agu .10.
N'ordlob, Frit. W.. May 10, age 0.1.
Norrls, Mrs. Win.. Sept. 0. age 1.1.
Otllt, Mis, Thos, K., Oct. I. nt St.
Perkins. Wlllard, No ,;io, age .VI, al
Potter. Mis. Kdwln II . Mav s. age
Peebley. Win. A.. May II. age 10,
Poynter. Mis. (ieo. W., Apr. 21, agu
.'!.'. Kansas City.
Patterson, Mrs. Jno.. Apr. II, ago
. Ilolcbklss. t'ol.
I'U rce, Mrs. Silas, Apr. 20, age so.
Piopus, Mrs. I'lorlnda, Jan. 20. age
Piillen, (S W.. Mch. 17, age 7.1.
Patterson. Mrs. (!eo., Jan. II. age
II, at Kxcelslor Springs, Mo.
Piper. A D., Jan. It, killed In rail
road w reck near Kansas City, Mo.
Poacher. Mrs. J. It , July 22, ageos,
Pearson. W. H.. Aug. s, at Centra-
Proitlt t, James, Dec. 21, at St. Jo-
Hlce, Stephen, Dec. 21, age 7.
Ilussel, Karl, Nov. 10, age:i.
Ituhl, Mrs. Wm.. lunu 10, age :
Ilussel, Mrs. D. T., Sept. 10, agu 72.
Ileavls, Alf. I).. May .1. drowned
near (Sardenler. Ore.
Itoderlck, ('has., May I, ago .12. at,
Kandall, Lena, Mch. 7, agu 2.
IMIey, Mrs. Anna. Feb.27,age.f2. at
Kandall, Mrs. Kobt., Jan. 17, agu 70,
Kodccap, Daniel, Jan. 0, White
Slroup, Oeo. P., Dec. .1, agu .11. on
train near Illgelow.
Spoerle, Mrs. Michael, Oct. 17, age
Snell, Mrs. Carl, Nov. 1, age 2.1.
Sykus, Shepherd, (jet. 10, age 10.
Strickland, Mrs., Aug. 10, age 0.1.
Savllle, Mrs. Kinlly, Feb. 28, age 7.1.
Slpes, Miles, Feb. 27, age hi).
Sinclair, Mrs. I'. II. . Feb. II. agu
Slsk, lleny, Feb. o, age 00.
Storey. Mrs. Klla, .lunu 21, agu ss,
St rough. Harry. Aug. II, at St. Jo
seph, age 27, kick of mule. i
Swalm, Mary D . June 7, age oo. j
Kinwn Co., Ks.
Smith. Mrs. Klla, Sept. II, age 77. '
Show.tliei. Mis. David, Mav 22, age!
Slemlller, Mrs. Cyrus, May in, age
7.1, llavaid, Neb.
Seoit.Jno., A pill 21. killed by c.n.
Skeeles. Mrs. Frank, Jan. II, Si.
Snyder, Mrs. Nancy. Apr. 0. age us.
Shaw, llldley. Jan. s, age 78, Dead
wood, S. D.
Steele, Mrs. Klln A., age 88, Crab
Snell, Abe S., Jan. I, age 01.
Tribble, Sam, Sept . 2, agu .17, St .Jo
seph. Tbrailkill, Mrs. Ann, Aug. 2.1, age
7.1, Odessa, Mo.
Triplet!, Lillian, July 18, agu I,
Thornton. Itev. S. W., July 2,Clrro
Teare, Frank, Mav 1, age 18, Fair
fax. , ..Thorpe, Wilbur, Mch. 8, agu 1,1.
,,, Thompson, Itev. It. I. Mch, 1.1, at
t yanduvetij.er, Ilael, Aug. I I, agu 2.
' Vanvlckle, Andrew,. Ian. II, age in,
VauDu.eu, Mrs. Kll.abeth, Apr. 10,
White, I. I., Aug. 20, agu 27, killed
by cars at. Forest Cty.
Walters, Leonora, Oct. 21, age 07, at
St. Joseph. ,
Welch, Karl, Dec. 0.
Wilier, Daisy, Aug. 20, age 1.1, at
Whltiuer. Mrs Martin, Aug. 17, agu
Weller, Mrs. Paul, Dec, 17, age 17,
Wright, Wilbur, May ;io, agu II,
Wilson, Mrs, David, Juno 27, age 72
Williams, Lu Ihy. Mch. 20, ago .VI.
Watson, Dr. W. M., Fub. K), age .78.
Welsh, Mrs. Andy, Feb. 10, ago 0.1.
Wulch, Mrs. Ilenton, Feb. 8, age 71.
Wallace, Maggiu Martin, Jan. 21,
age 05, at McPhurson, Ks.
Williams, Mrs. Kd., Jan. 17, ago 1,1,
Young, Mrs. II. 11., Dec. 2.1, age 74.
Young, Hov. .1. N Jan. 10, age 84,
Kureka Springs, Ark.
Young, John T., Oct. 2,1, age -42, at
Zachman, Mrs. Henry, Jan. 18, age
Zeller, Mrs. Herman, Feb. 10, at
Mrs. MatUe Barnes is now In
obargo of the Bluff City acbool.
FARMS FOR SALE!
. J,.J"-W! acr'-"'' "I "ll,us ''' Korest (flty and 0 miles from
Mound tity; I njom bouse, good siinlko house, fair chicken house, com
mon cellar, 2 wells, one at house: good spring, new barn .1.1x11 feel, crib In
barn. About. .o apple t roes, some cherry, iwidb and 'plum .trees: 4 acres tim
othy 'and .1 acres alfalfa meadow. , About, .lo.acrcs timbered pasture, clover,
alsyke and timothy: 20 acres under'hog-tlght, fence, balance barlied wire; Co
acres In cultivation. Price. t'O.oil rKr acre.
fl. IJ.. .ii.r.ic .M ...It... l. ...... I ...ti.... r .
( Ity: new O-rootn bolise. new smoke house', new chicken house, new
eel ar. large new cistern, 2 good wells, fair barn Tor I horses, crib attached
to barn, old house used as an Implement shed. Small fruit. .1 acres alfalfa
meadow, 2.1 acres timothy and clover psstnrc foncud hog-light. About 45
acres good tlmls-r, balance In cultivation. .flco,.7f.(Xi per acre.
Mil 11 1 . I ........l U. ........ I......... .......I.... I - .! .... , . .
. . ..n:s, ."IU.111 iiuum:, siiiukui iiuuse, cinuKun iiousu;
barn for 8 horses, crib and granary lu barn, 2,(W0 bushels capacity; two
hog sheds. .12x12 ami .11x12, concrete foiindatinno. Nice maple and plnu
grove: about two acres orchard. Peach orchard or l.'iO trees. Fenced into
0 ileitis and pastures. 20 acres bluegrass pasture: 10 acres meadow or pas
ture; acres tine alfalfa, Just sown ami up nice, 12 acres fall plowed, 10 acres
clover, about, 00 acres corn. This Is a Hue farm and must he seen to be aa-pi-eclated.
Price for short time only. fl80.m per acre. Located II miles
southwest or Malt lam.
No. 8. "si acres, only 21 miles rrom Oregon: new improvements; i-tooiri
house below antl :i unllulsbed rooms alsivc: nice China closet; 2 p-rrches;
wood house anil work shop combined; extra well built brick arch favc; B
chicken houses: cistern at house: barn, 21x18 feet, crib In barn, plentv bay
room; 11 acres fenced liogtlght, balance 4 wires; 2 good wells, one at barn, one
In pasture: hog shed, 12x10 rcct, 5 stalls; crib, lox2o boxed ami painted
shingle roof; basement shed under crib: I acres orchard Jonathan, Crimes
(Soltlcn, Ken Davis ami Wlnesap, 10 budded peach trees: about 12 acres scat
tering timbered bluegrass pasture, mostly Hurr Oak and Itlckorv: never fall
lug running water. This Is an extra good, newly Improved, small farm and
Is a rate bargain at tl 10,00 per acre.
No. 0. ItiD acres, .1 miles northeast or town; new Improvements; X-rooni
house: smoke house: chicken house: common cellar; cistern: 2 bored wells,
(lump in one; barn, 2Sxlo rcet, room for 10 horses: 20 ton bay mow: crib,
12x.lo reel: 1 acre young orchard, some small fruit: II acres alfalfa: land Is
fenced and cross renced with wire and hedge: 20 acres fenced hogllght; creek
runs through farm: all except creek can be cultivated: 2) acres wheat and
sown to timothy; 15 acres rye. This Is a splendid farm. Price. l2.1.on per
acre. One-half cash, balance may'ruu .1 to 7 years.
No. It). 80 acres, 7 miles from Oregon, I miles from Flllmoie: .Vroum
house, pantry anil porch: smoke house, chicken house; stone arch cave: barn
1 1x20 reet, well at. house, spring at barn, well lu pasture, corn crib 8x12 feet .
sbcil II reet wide full length of crib: enough orchard for family use, most,
all kinds small fruit; 20 acres timber pasture set to bluegrass. Land s
fenced antl crossed fenced, mostly hogtlght; in acres fall wheat and .1 acres
rye. This Is a good farm Tor the money. Price, to.lon.oo. Other land near
this cannot be bought ror less than tlio.tK) to tr.M.tX) per acre. Pioposetl In
tertirban Into Fillmore will enhance thu value to !:.'". 00 in a short time.
No. II. -About 21 acres, :tj miles from Mound City Tin; ininrovumeuts
consist of l-room house, concrete porch, "nxi barrel cistern anil brick cave at
door. House Is nicely decorated and newly painted, has brick foundation:
concrete walk, lawn Is fenced: cow barn ror 1.1 cows, heavy oak Moors; hay
room ror about 5 tuns haled bay. horse bam, I horses, crib In barn. Kxi
bushel capacity; oat bin, 2.10 bushel capacity, shed attached anil stalls In
same lor 11 horses or cows:, mow lor 5 or ) tons hay: work shop, .1 chicken
houses, gootl snioku bouse, garden fenced with 5-root woven wire: 2 good
wells, ouu has gasolluu engine, both pump and engine housed In house, has
concrete foundation; orchard of 50 peach trees, 12 cherry trees, 12 plum
trees; lautl Is practically all lu grass, scattering timber enough for family
use: thiee-foonhs miles to school and church: on main road: telcphohe and
It. F. D. The laud Is rough, but gootl soil, no rocks, laud Is renecd anil
cross-fenced. This little farm Is now used as a dairy farm. Is a money maker
anil Is a goodiplace for anyone wanting a small dairy farm anil a nice homo
at a modest cost. Price foripilck sale, t250ti.no. If Interested, get busy.
No. 12. so acres, 7 miles from Oregon, about. I miles of Fillmore: house
id 0 rooms, closet and pantry; smoke house, chicken house, common cellar;
2 cisterns, well at barn; barn 10x12 reet, crib Included, looo bu. cauacliy;
shed attached to barn. Small orchard or pears, some small fruit: 20 acres
timothy ami clover meadow: tl or 7 acres bluegrass pasture: laud Is fenced
and cross renced, mostly hogtlght: about 5 acres timber: balance could bu
cultivated. This Is a good n ror Hie money Price, tMl.no per acre. This
anil No. to would make a good loo ror anyone wanting a gootl stock farm.
H Interested, get busy.
No. II, loo acres. Ii tulles Irom 1 iiegou Tblsl. ;m fat 111. new im
provements. O-room house with batlirooin. 2closuts and paulry: hum .10I0,
concrete crib 1000 tin. capacity lu bat 11. large haymow; smoke house, chicken
house: large conciele cave; 2 gootl weIN: 2 etra gootl never falling springs;
1 or 5 acies oicbard, most all kinds small fiult, .'10 Klcilcr pear trees; 15
acres alfalfa: 25 acies clover and bluegrass past me. Including 20 acres tlm
beietl iastii.ie sel to bluegrass; 2u ;vcres wheat: laud Is fenced and cross
fenced Into 1 Hclds anil pastuies hogtlgbi This s an etia gootl farm and
a nioiii t maki 1 Mio-l I e seen in he apmicialt d. Will carry half or more
on the laud fir fiom 1 1"7 vears irtlesliiil al less 1 bin 0 per cent iuleiest.
(Set pi ices 011 nl her good lands, then eoiiie mil loot. Hits faun ver and
compaie still, impiovemeuls ami pi Ices Pi Ice. J.1.tii
No. II. liiOacic, s miles sum Ii itf Malt laud, s, uilles limn tiiegoii,
less than 5 miles fmiu .tool her iowii; tiiipiuvciin'iits uinv f.iii. lml soil con
sldcii'd this laroi N a tare b.iigaiii .: acies wheat: alx.ui 15 acies grass; ex
cellent fence mostly hogtlgbi. This latin Is fin sal,., , cash and thu
pi leu Is light lietler cinue tt oitlct and get parlli'til.iis
Have a lltilt faun to tiatle for small s.,ck of gmceiles. Some land
in exchange for cheap Western .pianei What have you to exehangeV
No. I. 5-1 1 house Willi p.ucli: hiue leclllc-llghlul lliloligliollt: fine-
tlonal block, containing almost I city lots: good well, cMcin and city water;
cellai: 2 rooms hi harioelit: slaba-fur I lenses; coin crib, hog lots, etc,
No. 2. Com! latgc "-iiinui bouse and .1 pinches; eiectiic-ligliled tliniuch
out; located on 2 city lots; city water mil 2 cMcnis: pump hi kitchen: good
cellar under house: also cellar under work house; cniiciele walks in finut of
property: also around house: some froil; vHieyiud, etc ; good out-hiilUllngs;
gootl location: will make a ftliun price for ipiick sale
No..'!. IS) acies, . 1-1 miles ft'oiu Craig. Mo.: 5 iu.nn house. Haiti antl
pantry, smokehousu. chicken lioui and giauaiy: new clsieiu, .Inn hiiici
capacity: water piped Into house. Kxtia large brick cave 21x21 leit, s led.
high, walk straight Into cave, no steps. Karu t s"'! feel; hay mow ami corn
crib. Apple, peach and pear orcbanl.
pasture. This Is an excellent home fn
the city limits. Price 1,000.00.
i have otherlpropoi tics lor sato anil exchange. Cull.it oillce foi fiutlier
Information, Youis for dullness,
A. W. Cotten,
Both Phones. 124.
FRUIT TREES OF QUALITY
Choice, clean, whole-rooted Nursery Slock of all kinds, I. oil, I'nill
If you want IIKTTKK trees, plants and vims, either for family
or commercial orchard, wu have them, hut no cheap Infeilor grades.
Wo are building a business lor fiituie yeais on (he h uiidalinii stones
or QUALITY and SQUAKK DKALlMi.
Having spent a life time in the business I should know gootl
rrults and gootl nursery slock.
WK WANT YOlMl TKADK and will Heal y o KKIIIT.
Wu have been here foily yeais. and you are nni dealing with
strangers or agents when yon patronize thu
HKO. it. Ml'KKAY, Proprietor. ollKliON. MO.
Woman's Union Projnim.
I'KIIIUJ.VUY .1, 101.1
Roll Call- Current Kvents.
"Women of thu Campaign," Miss
"Which Sldu of the FenccV" Mrs.
"Progress in Suffrage," Mrs. Mono.
"The Third Way in Suffrage," Mrs.
Music Mr. Boy Kunkel.
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