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Help Wanted The Pattonsburg RII School District has a Fulltime Custodial position opening. Applications are available on-line at www.pattonsburg.k12.mo.us, or at the Superintendent’s office. You can e-mail application to Mr. Pottorff at pottorff@ pattonsburg.k12.mo.us or call 660-367-2111 for any other information. Equal opportunity Employer Place your HELP WANTED ad here and find your next GREAT employee. As little as $7 per week! 660-707-1820 or email us at AdZone@GPCink.com

Notices Daviess County Food Bank, 1210 S. Willow, Gallatin. Hours: 8am-12pm on Wednesdays. All business will be conducted outside. Please remain in your car. Visit the new Facebook page at Gallatin Adventist Community Center and message the page to let them know you are there. Services YOUR DIRT IS our bread and butter. Carpet and upholstery cleaning. David Baldwin, 816-632-2627 or toll-free 1-888-854-2949.

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801 S. Main, Gallatin | 660.663.5757 Anita Riley, Broker-Associate/Owner 660.663.5026 | Jeff Riley, Broker/Owner 660.663.5757 Amanda Riley 660.605.0575 | Tanya Burns 660.605.0059 | David Cox 660.663.7289 | Toni Cox 660.663.7918

Hamilton: Craftsman Bungalow with outbuilding! Inviting front porch. Charmer with original woodwork, wide baseboards & glass doorknobs. Updated kitchen. 2 bedroom on main level. 2 nonconforming bedroom in basement. 40X50 shop, heated, w/apartment & office! 1/2ac, fenced yard, deck & hot tub! $199,500 gpc2248337

Chillicothe - Reduced! Cute ranch home at a great price! 3 bed, 1 bath home is easy to maintain with everything on one level. Nice living room with updated flooring, and newer carpet in the bedrooms. Located just on the edge of town. This home offers central air and heat and has a nice updated bathroom. Nice level lot in a good location. $65,000. #gpc2236964 RE/MAX Town & Country, Gallatin, MO 660.663.5757 Chillicothe - Cute Bungalow! This nice two bedroom one bath home has lots of space to offer! Call Kristy to schedule your

Hamilton: Beautiful 8ac+/- overlooking Hamilton city lake! True ranch has EVERYTHING on main level with open living/dining room/kitchen layout, true master bed/bath, 2 additional bedrooms w/ 2nd full bath. Wood-burning fireplace. Deck, 2 car attached & 30x18 outbuilding! Just minutes from town! $239,000 gpc2230663

showing before this home is gone! 660.247.1208 $74,900. #27228 CENTURY 21 Team Elite Chillicothe, Chillicothe, MO 660.646.2141

rant facilities and dance hall. 235X250 Lot: Might be great storage facility $89,900. #13075 A1 Zion Realty LLC, Chillicothe, MO 660.646.0423

Chillicothe - Country farm cottage/small acreage on the edge of town. 4.90 Acres: Over 70 pecan, walnut, and fruit trees. Small barn with loft, double carport, and outbuildings. Creek runs through property.Possible 3br with upstairs apartment. Reduced: $78,000. #531 A1 Zion Realty LLC, 660.646.0423

Chillicothe - Business Opportunity! This commercially zoned building features 1,500 sq ft with half bath, office space with 3 garage openings. Don’t miss out on this rare find! Call Kristy Lauhoff today for your showing at 660.247.1208 $99,900. #26966 CENTURY 21 Team Elite Chillicothe, Chillicothe, MO 660.646.2141

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Chillicothe: 20+/- acre tract to build your dream home or hunting cabin! Electricity and water available at the road and is a great site for your country oasis & hunting passion. Part of an 80+/acre parcel that is being offered in 4 separate tracts of 20 +/- ac each. $119,500 gpc2239586

done several improvement to the home. New sewer line to the street, new appliances, new blinds, new carpet, fresh paint, free standing gas fireplace, privacy fence to back of property. Newer roof as well. Call today for your private showing. $105,950. #gpc27184 Eddy Real Estate LLC, Chillicothe, MO 660.646.6014 Chillicothe - Wonderful Family Home Ready to be Loved by You. 3 Bedroom Cape Cod. Beautiful lot close to park. NEW heating,air,water heater garage door and opener. Newer carpet and hard-

Hamilton: Unique ranch just on the edge of town with best sunsets around! Open concept family room/kitchen combo & new roof. Cozy wood burning fireplaces, up & downstairs kitchens, large bedrooms with 2 non-conforming bedrooms downstairs. Enclosed porch. Large yard. Storage! 2 car attached garage. $149,000 gpc2255076

wood floor $110,000. #25097 Gaslight Real Estate, Chillicothe, MO 660.646.1417 Chillicothe - Move-In Ready! 14,400 sqft Lot: Nearly new! This one owner, 3 bed, 1.5 bath home was just built in 2017! It is truly MOVE IN READY! Added bonuses are main floor laundry, open concept and it’s location in a nice, quiet neighborhood! Call Lori Holder at 816665-7191 for a showing. $111,000. #26838 CENTURY 21 Team Elite Chillicothe, Chillicothe, MO 660.646.2141

Chillicothe - Offering this 20+/- acre tract to build your dream home or hunting cabin! Everyone wants to get out of the cities and experience the clean air and the safety that the country life has to offer. If you have that thought in mind, then this just might be the property for you. This beautiful 20-acre tract has electricity and water available at the road and is a great site for your country oasis & hunting passion. Part of 80+/- acre parcel being offered in 4 separate tracts $119,500. #gpc2239586 RE/MAX Town & Country, 660.663.5757


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Simple way to kick those bad habits Bad habits run the gamut, from the relatively innocuous, such as biting one's nails, to the potentially deadly, such as smoking tobacco. As much as people may strive to avoid bad habits, few people may say they don't have at least one. A 2015 60 Minutes/Vanity Fair poll found that people tend to be more judgemental of themselves than others when it comes to bad habits. Nearly seven in ten Americans admitted they judge themselves more than they judge other people. Men and women who are hard on themselves when it comes to their bad habits may want to try some of the following techniques to break those behaviors. · Employ the buddy system. Men and women who aspire to lose weight often stay motivated by exercising alongside a friend or family member and/ or encouraging their families to adopt certain dietary changes. The buddy system also can be employed when trying to break bad habits. Whether a partner, family member or friend is trying to break the same bad habit or not, having someone along to praise your successes and discourage you from falling back into bad habits can make overcoming certain behaviors that

much easier. · Try something new. When trying to quit a bad habit, having something to do in its place can help. For example, men and women who want to spend less time staring at their devices or watching television can benefit from finding something healthy to do in the hours they would normally be spending online or on the couch. For example, adults may find joining a recreational sports league gets them out of the house on weeknights when they would otherwise be sitting at home watching television. Replacing something that's perceived as a negative habit or behavior with one that's considered positive can provide the motivation necessary to kick a bad habit. · Figure out what's triggering your bad habit. Another way to kick a bad habit is to understand what triggers it. Such an understanding can help people develop healthier reactions to the triggers, ultimately eliminating the bad habit. For example, if stress at the office compels you to smoke a cigarette, you can prepare healthier ways to respond to that stress, such as walking around the office, versus heading outside to smoke a cigarette. When necessary,

speak to a psychologist about identifying triggers if you cannot identify them on your own. · Educate yourself. Adults with especially harmful bad habits, such as excessive alcohol consumption or smoking, may find all the motivation they need to change their behaviors by educating themselves. For instance, smokers may be surprised to learn that, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, more than 10 times as many American citizens have died prematurely from cigarette smoking than have died in all the wars fought by the United States combined. The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism notes that excessive alcohol consumption over a long period of time can cause cardiomyopathy, arrythmia, stroke, and high blood pressure. People may recognize that smoking and excessive alcohol consumption are bad for them, but learning just how bad might provide the spark they need to change their ways. Breaking bad habits is seldom easy. But adults who commit to changing their ways can overcome even the worst of habits.

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Signs of postpartum depression For many women, the joy of welcoming a new baby into the world is enough to overlook all of the sacrifices and physical changes they must make and go through while pregnant. While that joy is unrivaled, women dealing with postpartum depression may find their initial weeks or months of motherhood are not how they imagined they would be prior to giving birth. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, there is no single cause of postpartum depression, which is likely the result of a combination of factors, some of which are physical and others that are emotional.

The NIMH points out that postpartum depression does not result from something a mother does or does not do, but may be traced to hormonal changes in a woman's body that occur after giving birth. After childbirth, a woman's estrogen and progesterone levels quickly drop, potentially triggering mood swings. When coupled with the inability to get adequate rest that many women experience after childbirth, these hormonal changes can contribute to symptoms of postpartum depression. Reconizing postpartum depression is not always so simple. For example, many women ex-

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perience feelings of exhaustion after giving birth, but that does not mean they are suffering from postpartum depression. The following are some of the more common symptoms of postpartum depression, courtesy of the NIMH. · Feeling sad, hopeless, empty, or overwhelmed · Crying more often than usual or for no apparent reason · Worrying or feeling overly anxious · Feeling moody, irritable or restless · Oversleeping or being unable to sleep even when her baby is asleep · Having trouble concentrating, remembering details and making decisions · Experiencing anger or rage · Losing interest in activities that are usually enjoyable · Suffering from physical aches and pains, including frequent headaches, stomach problems and muscle pain · Eating too little or too much · Withdrawing from or avoiding friends and family · Having trouble bonding or forming an emotional attachment with her baby · Persistently doubting her ability to care for her baby · Thinking about harming herself or her baby While those are common symptoms of postpartum depression, women and their families should recognize that not all womens' experiences with postpartum depression will be similar. Only healthcare providers can diagnose postpartum depression, and women or their loved ones who suspect the disorder might be affecting them or their loved one should consult a physician right away.


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The beneifts of breastfeeding By: Caitlin Roberts Breastfeeding Peer Counselor, Daviess County Health Department

Often when we think of health and wellness we think of things such as diets exercise, eating healthy food, limiting alcohol, not smoking, and having regular checkups with our primary care provider. I’m going to talk about a different side of health and wellness that you probably haven’t thought of before, breastfeeding. I know, breastfeeding, how does it pertain to health and wellness? Well, it’s actually quite beneficial for both baby and mama’s health. Breastfeeding is not only natural and provides your baby with the perfect milk made just for them, it also comforts them, regulates their body temperature, helps soothe them when they are upset or in pain, and protects them. When babies are breastfed, antibodies from the mother are passed on to them, building up their immune systems to help protect them from all of the germs and viruses. Breastfeeding has many benefits for both mamas and babies. Often people tell me they know breastfeeding is the healthier option for babies, but

they don’t know why, and they don’t know it’s also good for mama too! Breastfed babies have less chance of developing allergies, eczema, asthma, ear infections and respiratory illnesses. It also lowers their risk for diabetes and cancers. Along with that, breastfeeding also lowers the risk for SIDS. Mothers also benefit from breastfeeding in many ways. Breastfeeding releases the naturally relaxing hormones oxytocin and prolactin, which can lower mama’s stress, anxiety and depression. Therefore breastfeeding can benefit mama’s mental health, as well as her physical health because breastfeeding also helps your body recover from pregnancy and childbirth. The benefits don’t stop there! Breastfeeding can lower mama’s chance of breast and ovarian cancers, as well as lower chances of diabetes, hypertension and cardiovascular disease. That’s just a quick overview of the multitude of benefits breastfeeding can provide for mamas and babies. I’ve tried to stay away from mentioning COVID-19 in this article, but I do feel it’s important to make

it clear that breastfeeding is highly encouraged during this global pandemic. We encourage breastfeeding to continue through colds, strep throat, influenza and now COVID. Of course, take precautions while handling your babe while ill. Wash your hands, wear a mask while feeding baby, if necessary. Please consult a healthcare provider for specific questions. Once you are experiencing symptoms, your baby has likely already been exposed and continuing breastfeeding is the best protection you can give them. Not only are you passing on antibodies to your baby to build their immunity, but you also will not have to worry about finding formula if shelves go empty again. If you go on quarantine you won’t have to worry about when and how you’re going to get your baby’s formula. Are you or somebody you know struggling with breastfeeding, or have questions regarding breastfeeding? Give me a call at the Daviess County Health Department. We are here to help you meet your goals and support you!

Occupational wellness Occupational wellness is not necessarily a familiar term, but it's something that most professionals strive for. According to the Student Health and Counseling Services at the University of California, Davis, occupational wellness inspires people to find work from which they will gain personal satisfaction and find enrichment. Occupational wellness promotes the exploration of various career options and the pursuit of those opportunities that most appeal to each individual. While it may seem like common sense to aspire for an engaging, enjoyable career, the effect that finding such a career can have on overall well-being might not be so apparent. In an analysis of a recent Gallup World Poll, a survey that asks hundreds of thousands of workers across the globe about their jobs and their job satisfaction, Harvard Business Review found there is a correlation between job satisfaction and life evaluations. People who report being satisfied with their jobs seem to be happier overall. So how can one embrace the concept of occupational wellness? UC Davis offers individuals the following suggestions as they begin their journeys to occupational wellness. · Perform some self-reflection. Reflect on yourself and what you need out of a job. Are there certain occupational tasks you enjoy? Are there some you find burdensome? Identifying those you enjoy and those you feel are onerous can help you narrow down your options to careers you will find engaging and rewarding. · Consider unpaid work and volunteer opportunities. Even though they don't pay, unpaid

work and volunteer opportunities can still enrich your life and provide personal satisfaction. Such opportunities should not be overlooked. · Practice open communication and proper conflict management with colleagues. Negative working environments can be stressful, leading to dissatis-

faction on the job. Openly communicating with colleagues and resolving conflicts in a proper, professional way can foster a positive working environment, potentially contributing to greater job satisfaction. Prioritizing occupational wellness can help people live happier, more fulfilling lives.

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Runners Up: Daryl Fry, Jamesport; Sylvia Ward, Cameron; Ellie Sidebotton, Gallatin; Kole Wilkerson, Braymer; Ellie Toney, Gallatin; Ryley Wilson, Altamont; Caylen Wiseman, Cameron; Lavern Yoder, Jamesport; Wendell Eitel, age 2, Hamilton; Eli Fry, Jamesport; Collin O'Rourke, Jamesport; Philip Troyer, Jamesport; David Schwartz, Jamesport; Clara Archer, Cameron; Regina Troyer, Jamesport; Molly Riley, Gallatin; Paizley Corbin, Hamilton; Glen Ginderich, Jamesport; Lydia Mae Yoder, Hamilton; Declan Robinson, Winston; Chester Gingerich, Jamesport; Joel Stauffer, Breckenridge; Savannah Lee, Weatherby; Delores Burkholder, Jamesport; Sarah Hilty, Kidder; Walker Estep, Winston; Kenzie Huston, Gallatin; Michael Bontrager, Hamilton; Sheryl Miller, Jamesport; Jonathon Miller, Hamilton; Maggie Brooke, Braymer; Kristian Winfrey, Chillicothe; Quincy Baxter, Chillicothe; Lainey Tan, Chillicothe; Graham Randolph, Chillicothe; Mason Oser, Chillicothe; Logan Maples, Chillicothe; Harry Goad, Chillicothe; Brynlee Butler, Polo; Colt Judy, Chillicothe; Astraea Trotter, Chillicothe; Grady Allen, Chillicothe; Scarlett Hall, Hamilton; Kyndrig Sanders, Braymer; Zeven Reynolds, Smithville; Owen Kreatz, Chillicothe

AGES 7-9 Runners Up: Joy Parker, Gallatin; Joshua Parker, Gallatin; Nathaniel Monteith, Pattonsburg; Ashlyn Wilkerson, Braymer; Manda Wenger, Chula; Milly Gay, Gallatin; Joel Hunter, Altamont; Anne Stauffer, Gallatin; Molly Trenkle, Gallatin; Lovina Burkholder, Jamesport; James Ray, Marshall; Maynard Miller, Hamilton; Kaige Bennet, Altamont; Helena Henry, Cameron; Jayson Hostetler, Jamesport; Mervin Hostetler; Jamesport; Levi Bontrager, Kidder; Leroy Todd, Cameron; Clayton Kurtz, Jamesport; Harper Haenni, St. Joe; Eli Lee, Weatherby; Lillianne Arnold, Gallatin; Jessica Arnold, Gallatin; Hadley Corbin, Hamilton; Leah Gingerich, Jamesport; Lilian Yoder, Hamiton; Corbin Thomas, Polo; Steven Potts, Hamilton; Elsie Gingerich, Jamesport; David Zimmerman, Breckenridge; Lynelle Zimmerman, Breckenridge; Evan Zimmerman, Breckenridge; Jentry Lee, Weatherby; Whitley Estep, Winston; Izabella Sprague, Trenton; Khloe Huston, Gallatin; Tucker Wilburn, Albany; Duane Miller, Hamiton; Olivia Gillette, Gallatin; Joseph Bontrager, Hamilton; Barbara Schwartz, Jamesport; Carder Kreatz, Chillicothe; Lynette Martin, Meadville; Keaton Goll, Ludlow; Destinee Midget, Chillicothe; Arianna Kost, Braymer; Archer Lee, Hamilton ;Addison Oser, Chillicothe; Karmyn Wynne, Meadville; Kadence Clark, Chillicothe; Regina Detweiler, Jamesport; Hayden Judy, Chillicothe; Anthony Farris, Ludlow; Laney McCauslin, Chillicothe; Kacie Clevenger, Braymer; Zoey Gardner, Chillicothe; Paityn Smith, Meadville; Andi, Ludlow; Annabel Yarbrough, Chillicothe; Brielle Jacobs, Chillicothe; Elle Carpenter, Meadville; Reese Depuy, Chillicothe; Isabella Weidman, Chillicothe

AGES 10-12 Runners Up: Raymond Detweiler, Jamesport; Rosanna Zimmerman, Gallatin; Anna LeFevre, Pattonsburg; Justin Kurtz, Jamesport; David Troyer, Jamesport; Amy Burkholder, Jamesport; Jane Zimmerman, Wheeling; Rhonda Hostetler, Jamesport; Annie Trenkle, Gallatin; Tea O'Rourke, Jamesport; Robert Schrock, Jamesport; Rhonda Schrock, Jamesport; Regina Miller, Jamesport; Duane Troyer, Jamesport; Cord Endicott, Gallatin; Kaden Robinson, Winston; Brayden Thomas, Polo; Janita Zimmerman, Breckenridge; Crystal Zimmerman, Breckenridge; Teagan Ford, Hamilton; Adele Stauffer, Breckenridge; Marvin Hilty, Kidder; Evan Malott, Jameson; Scott Prater, Jameson; Kaden Clair, Coffey; Waylon Estep, Winston; Maggie Tucker, Gallatin; Hannah Tucker, Gallatin; Ivan Bontrager, Hamilton; Titus Yoder, Hamilton; Mildred Yoder, Hamilton; Henry Yoder, Hamilton; Ernest G. Bontrager, Hamilton; Kinsey Heisey, Polo; Jaecy Heisey, Polo; Serenity Sheffield, Polo; Jacob Miller, Hamilton; Allen Bontrager, Kidder; Josi Conrad, Chillicothe; Linnaea Shaw, Chillicothe; Melody Swindler, Ludlow; Evan Randolph, Chillicothe; Helen Zimmerman, Wheeling; Caden Osborn, Jamesport; Cadence Judy, Chillicothe; Vernon Schrock, Jamesport; Katie Mast, Jamesport; Sara Mast, Jamesport; Mikeal Peirce, Ludlow; Zoey Reynolds, Smithville

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Chillicothe, MO Jan 11: Tool boxes: MAC tool, Snap-On, Matco, Craftsman, Waterloo; Tools: Snap-On, Craftsman and others; Chainsaws, hoes, ratchets, chains,

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shop built trailer and much more. Rafter C Online only. Bid at rafter conline.bidwrangler.com Lawson, MO, on January 14: Tractor, Machinery,

Guns, Boats, Saddles, Shop, Power Tools, and Household. See Cooper Farm and Household on ShoMeMore.com by Pickett Auction Service, Ph: 816.669.3433.

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Linn, MO, on January 15: . See St. George Catholic School Fundraising on ShoMeMore. com presented by Scotty’s Auction Service, Ph: 573.356.4405.

Independence, MO, on January 16: . See REAL ESTATE 2 Br, 2 Ba HOME on ShoMeMore. com presented by Steve Ritter Auctioneering, Ph: 816.630.1252.

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Maryville, MO, Jan 16: Phyllis Scott Estate on ShoMeMore. com presented by YAC LLC d.b.a. Younger Auction Company, Ph: 816.582.5360.


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Maryville, MO, on January 21: 220 Acres +/- of Nodaway County Farm Land. See Pauline G. Hoyt Trust Land on ShoMeMore.com presented by Younger Auction Company, Ph: 816.582.5360.

Maryville, MO, Jan 21: 80 Acres +/- Gently Rolling Ridge Ground in Nodaway County, w/ Older Home & some out buildings. See Rose Robbins Trust Land on ShoMeMore.com presented by Younger

Auction Company, Ph: 816.582.5360.

Raytown, MO, on January 21: . See Raytown North Kansas City, MO, Warehouse and ResiJanuary 21: Silver & dence on ShoMeMore. Gold and Sports Memo- com by Cates Auction & rabilia on ShoMeMore. Realty Co. 877-781-1134 com presented by Cates Labelle, MO, Jan 22: Auction & Realty Co. Sharpe Farms Airport on Inc., Ph: 877-781-1134. ShoMeMore.com by Sul-

Cooper Farm & Household Auction Thursday, Jan. 14 @ 10:00 a.m. 34340 State Route D, Lawson Due to the passing of my husband, I will hold an auction at the farm approximately 6 miles east of Lawson, MO on Route D or approximately 6 miles west of Highway 13 on Route D – Wilderness Camp Road area. Signs posted. Plan to attend this good auction. Good parking on the farm.

Outside auction • Plan to dress warmly • Free COVID masks Tractor and Machinery

7740 NH Power Star SL diesel tractor with dual power cab, 3 sets of hydraulic outlets, 18.4 x 34 Good Year radial tires 2057 Hours, SN 53865 equipped with Westendorf TA26 loader with 6ft material bucket; Front Bale Spike; 3 pt boom; Bush Hog brand 3 pt 7ft cutter; 3 pt slide under carrier; 3 pt 8' rear blade; 3 pt 7' box blade with scarifies; 3 pt 12' field cultivator; Vicon disc mower with 540PTO; Parts only Caldwell Bat Wing mower; 3 pt Pig Carry all – needs floor; Older 16' GN Stock trailer; Pickup bed trailer

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Good list of tools – Several almost new; Black Max Coleman air compressor; Troy Built 24” snowblower (like new); Craftsman self-propelled 21” mower; Clark pancake air compressor; Clack sandblaster; Simpson pressure washer; 2.5 HP 21 gal. air compressor; 2 ¼ ton floor jack; Stack on tool chest; Miller Mate Challenger welder; Older band saw; 16speed floor model drill press; Big 6” vise on stand; Ladders; Sachs Dolmar chain saw; Hand and power tools

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Location: 34340 State Route D, Lawson, MO 10 a.m. Thursday January 14th, 2021 Tractor, Machinery, Guns, Boats, Saddles, Shop, Power Tools, and THE Household Due to the passing of my husband, I will hold an auction at the farm approximately 6 miles east of Lawson, MO on Route D or approximately 6 miles west of Highway 13 on Route D – Wilderness Camp Road Signs posted. Visitarea. us online: www.HamiltonBank.net Plan to attend this good auction Good parking on the Strong farm – Outside auction- Plan to dress warmly – Clear Vision, Purpose! Free COVID masks. MANY PICTURES AND ADDITIONAL INFORMATION POSTED SOON. Loans - Checking & Savings Accounts Tractor and Machinery Certificates Deposit 7740 NH Power Star SL of diesel tractor with dual power cab, 3 sets of hydraulic outlets, 18.4 x 34 Good Year radial tires 2057 Hours, SN 53865 equipped with Westendorf TA26 loader withMO 6ft material Hamilton, MO Lathrop, MO Breckenridge, bucket 816.583.2143 816.528.4200 660.644.5815 Front Bale Spike 3 pt boom Bush Hog brand 3 pt 7ft cutter 3 pt slide under carrier 3 pt 8' rear blade 3 pt 7' box blade with scarifies 3 pt 12' field cultivator Vicon disc mower with 540PTO Parts only Caldwell Bat Wing mower 3 pt Pig Carry all – needs floor Older 16' GN Stock trailer Pickup bed trailer

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Guns and Boats Western Field 12GA pump Mossberg 410 bolt action Sears model 25- 22 cal Stevens 22 bolt action Glenfield Middle 100G 22 Gun case Lund “Rebel” 16' Boat with 25 HP Yamaha motor and Shoreland trailer 13' boat with Minn Kota trolling motor and trailer Saddles Australian stock saddle English saddle Saddle rack & tack Shop and Power Tools Good list of tools – Several almost new Black Max Coleman air compressor Troy Built 24” snow blower (like new) Craftsman self-propelled 21” mower Clark pancake air compressor Clack sand blaster Simpson pressure washer 2.5 HP 21 gal. air compressor 2 ¼ ton floor jack Stack on toolchest Miller Mate Challenger welder Older band saw 16 speed floor model drill press Big 6” vise on stand Ladders Sachs Dolmar chain saw Hand and power tools Household- a partial list Very nice wardrobe Roll top desk Several 1920's and 1930's furniture pieces 2 book cases Antique Treadle sewing machine 1925s cedar chest Round oak table with 6 chairs Slate top pool table and accessories 2 curio cabinets Announcements at auction take precedence over previous ads NOT REPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS, THEFTS, OR ERRORS IN ADS Terms cash or valid check Mrs. John Linda Cooper Eddie Pickett Auction Service Inc. Eddie Pickett 816-632-0700 email klp39@yahoo.com Trent Mumm 660-238-3960


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Chillicothe - Offering this 20 +/- acre tract to build your dream home! 20.00 Acres: Everyone wants to get out of the cities and experience the clean air and the safety that the country life has to offer. If you have that thought in mind, then this just might be the property for you. This beautiful 20-acre tract has electricity and water available at the road and is a great building site for your country oasis. Part of an 80 +/- acre parcel that is being offered in 4 separate tracts of 20 +/- ac each. $119,500. #gpc2239580 RE/MAX Town & Country, Gallatin, MO 660.663.5757

Chillicothe - Offering this 20 +/- acre tract to build your dream home! 20.00 Acres: Everyone wants to get out of the cities and experience the clean air and the safety that the country life has to offer. If you have that thought in mind, then this just might be the property for you. This beautiful 20-acre tract has electricity and water available at the road and is a great building site for your country oasis. Part of an 80 +/- acre parcel that is being offered in 4 separate tracts of 20 +/- ac each. $119,500. #gpc2239553 RE/MAX Town & Country, Gallatin, MO 660.663.5757

Chillicothe - Looking for space or possibly a home that could be used as 2 units? You’ve got to stop by and see this nicely updated 4bed/2bath/2 car garage home with loads up space. Updated Kitchen with open concept. There’s also a kitchen in the back of the home that could possibly be utilized as a separate 1 bedroom/1bath unit. Some separate utilities. $124,900. #gpc2253957 Remax Innovations - Randy Swope, Kansas City, MO 816.550.7879 Chillicothe - Offices and apartments near Courthouse: 2 apartments. Great return on invest-

ment. Currently rented for $1,800/mo. $139,900. #913 A1 Zion Realty LLC, 660.646.0423 Chillicothe - Buildings, Warehouse - Room to Expand: 40x50 building with 30x60 space with loading dock, overhead door, facility has office, heat, ac, restrooms & warehouse building. 40x60 building 60x90 building 55x48 buildingproperty has multiple access points from Clay, Martin & Herriman. $145,000. #3168/26198 Gaslight Real Estate, 660.646.1417

bathroom completely gutted and remodeled, upper rear entry door replaced, stainless appliances replaced in 2018 Reduced: $224,900. #2653 Gaslight Real Estate, 660.646.1417 Chillicothe - Location, location, location!! 54x112 Lot:! Historic building in beautiful downtown Chillicothe right on the square, corner location. Currently occupied by Ballet Arts, an office space, and a gift shop. Old JC Penney building. Includes a basement, and a cool upstairs that would make some great apartments. Let your imagination run wild! About 22,400 square feet total. $225,000. #gpc2226035 Platinum Realty, 888.220.0988

Chillicothe - 80+/- acre property. electricity & water available at road and great building site for your country home, hunting oasis or continue to farm. Seller WILL DIVIDE into 20+/- acre parcels that are being offered in 4 separate tracts of 20 +/- ac each. $396,000. #gpc2239809 RE/MAX Town & Country, 660.663.5757

Chillicothe - 2 story all brick home. 1.5 acre lot. Hardwood floors, tall ceilings, and windows all across back. Offers main floor office & dining room, large Chillicothe - $7000 Kitchen kitchen with oak cabinets, Allowance Upgrade! 93 x granite counters, newer 120 Lot: Most flooring replaced throughout, master stainless-steel appliances, New & breakfast nook. Main Listing floor laundry, ¾ bath, sunChillicothe - Custom Votek room, master bedroom built. Selling under ap- and large master bath. 2 Ne Listi w ng praised value, 3-4 bed, bedrooms upstairs, full fireplace, vaulted ceilings, bath & bonus room over New New oakLiskitchen, full walkout garage. Full finished walk ting New Listin Listing g basement, corner lot, out basement has 2 bedowner/broker $299,900. wrooms, ¾ bath, family room New Ne sting Realty LLC, #861 A1 LiZion & lots of storage. Mainte660.646.0423 REDUCED nance free deck, patio & 2 New New car attached garage. near Listin PRIC g E city park & golf course. Redu ced Call Glenda Johnson at New 660.247.2034 $439,000. PRIC LAKE E #26533 CENTURY 21 New Come see us for all Team Elite - 660.646.2141 Listing

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COUNTRY HOME ON .5 ACRE- This spacious 1275 sq. ft. manufactured home offers a kit/dining room and a nice size living area. Off the living rm, there is one BR and full BA. Other end of the home has a lg. master BD, master BA, a third BR and utility room w/washer & dryer that will be staying. Outside features an 8x20 front deck, metal garage, storage shed and a good size yard with lots of shade trees and blacktop frontage. #1287 $53,900 BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY SETTING- This is the perfect location to build your new home! This 48+/- acres near Jameson, Mo. offers a nice mix of gently rolling hay ground, 5+/- acres row crop, a 26x48 older building, and a creek that borders to the north. Come enjoy the fresh air and nature with the conveniences of shopping and dining close by. Public water along the road and electric on property provides endless opportunities. #1285 $360,000

NW Missouri 210ac Farm w/CRP Incomeis the ideal tract for the buyer looking for a multipurpose hunting farm. The farm consists of 146.59 +/- acres cropland (per the FSA office), including two CRP contracts, 73.8 acres and 64.9 acres both expiring 9/30/2022 and a annual income of $16,829. Property includes a 45x50 machinery building, 40x46 building, and grain bin. Great hunting with mix of timber, creek, surrounding crop fields, great cover for whitetails and turkeys, plus 6 good sized ponds which some are stocked. Water and electric are available so this is an ideal home sight, investment property, or weekend retreat with blacktop frontage. #1290 $693,000 CORNER LOT-This freshly cleared corner lot is located close to downtown Cameron. Mature trees border the back of the lot which makes this 50 x 150 property a perfect location for building. #1197 $15,000

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New hours for Gallatin ACSC Thrift Shop & Bill’s Barn Hours: We will be open every Wednesday from 8-3. 1207 S. Clay, 660-663-2478. Visit our Facebook page at Gallatin Adventist Community Center or online at www.foodbank-daviess-county.net

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Chillicothe: Grand River Health Care currently seeking C.N.A’s, dietary cook, part time dietary cook aide and part time CMT Apply at 118 Trenton Rd, Chillicothe or online at Indeed.

R Huston Trucking & Construction. All kinds of dirt work, clean out ponds, demolition clearing, pulling trees, site prep, dig basements and tree removal. JD Tractor w/ Hyd ditch mower, brush cutter, track hoe, track loader, back hoe, dozer, scaper, mini hoe, skid loader, dump trucks. Insured! Call Rick 660-3340997 or Ron 660-663-3234, cell 816-390-5161 Wanted Wanting to buy standing timber: Cottonwood, maple, oak, walnut. Call 660646-5082 after 6:00 p.m. M000Ldtf

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Puppies for Sale: 3 months old. Boxer & Read Heeler mix. Great farm dog! Available: 3 Male. 1 Female. $75 each. Please call 660639-2522

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