Skidmore Real Estate Deals, March 1909

Real estate news from the March 4, 1909 Skidmore New Era (Skidmore, Missouri):

Traded Restaurant for Farm
J. W. Miller has traded his Quitman restaurant to James Melton for his farm 2 1/2 miles southwest of town. Mr. Melton took possession last week.

James Weddle Bought Property.
James Weddle purchased the W. M. Howden residence on Oak street Monday and will move his family from Quitman here as soon as he can repair it a little and make some changes in the home which he wishes to have.

Bought Lots for a Home.
George Chester, son-in-law of A. B. Kingery, has purchased the old M. E. Church lots and will erect a residence thereon this fall. Mr. and Mrs. Chester have been making St. Louis their home while engaged in the theatrical business, but prefer to live in Skidmore where Mrs. Chester was raised, and can have the companionship of her parents and friends of her girlhood when she is at home.

Traded Residence for Land.
W. L. Mitchell traded his town property to Clifford Frost for 160 acres of land in Stevens county, Kansas, located one-half mile north of the Oklahoma line, 24 miles from Guymore, Oklahoma. Mr. Mitchell will move this spring to Chase, Kansas, where he and his brother-in-law will put in a blacksmith, wagon and general repair shop.

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