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7A JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, April 21, 2016 Phone 402-879-3291 or 785-378-3191 or come to 148 E. Third in Superior or 111 E. Main in Mankato to place your ad. 10i2 E. SIXTH St., Friday, 4-7 p.m~; Saturday, 8 a.m. - noon. Two TVs washer (needs repair), clothes dryer (works), high chair, Christmas and Halloween decor, floor lamp, candles, wall decor, magazines, table lamp, baskets, clothes, beach towels, dol- lies, mens caps, more. 3479 ROAD BC, half mile west of high school, Friday, 4 - 7 p.m.; Satur- day, 8 a.m. - noon. True treadmill, army desk, stackable chairs, micro- wave, receivers, speakers, buffets, paint gun, car ramps, bar stools, gas can, coolers, TV, hedge trimmers, sandbox, patio chairs, rocking chair. PROFESSIONAL ACCOUNTING firm is looking for a Part-time ac- counting assistant in our Superior office. This position involves book- keeping tax processing, greeting clients, answering phone calls and word processing. Must have strong customer service skills. Proficient in Word and Excel. Associates degree or experience necessary. Excellent benefits. Send resume to: Dana F. Cole & Company, LLP, 1248 O Street, Suite 500, Lincoln NE 68508 or hr@danacole.com. EOE 8-14-4c IN HOME care providers needed in Superior. Days, nights and weekends. Call 402-621-0480 or 402-621-0523. Leave message. 8-9-tfc EMPLOYERS: WHEN you place an employee recruitment ad in this news- paper you qualify for a free posting on NEHires.com, an employment job site of which this newspaper has an own- ership interest. 8-15-tfp 249 W EIGHTH St., Friday 3 -7 p.m. Boys clothes up to 4T; gids clothes up to 14 -16;bassinet.Johnny jump-up, TRUCK DRIVERS-Competitive rocking horse, bouncy house, sit 'n wages, short or long haul, paid vaca- spin, easel, water table, lots of toys. tions, sick leave, health insurance, TV stand, couch, computer desk, 401K, quarterly bonuses. Will train if outside baby swing, qualified. George Bros. Inc., Sutton, Neb., 68979, 1-800-228-4008. 312 E. EIGHTH St., Wednesday, Apdl 8-40-tfc 20, 1 - 5:30 p.m.; Thursday, Apd121, 1 - 5:30 p.m.; Friday, April 22, 1 - 5:30 THE KEITH County News, Ogallala, p.m.; Saturday, April 23, 8 a.m. - seeks a sports editor. Position re- noon. Flat screen TV, two burner quires game and event coverage, camping stove, old post cards, cook- photos, writing sports stories, and books, luggage, dishes, pictures, page layout. 308-289-1599, Christmas decor and wreaths, kero- newsboy@ogallalakcnews.com. 8 sene lamps, lighted Christmas CITY OF Ogallala is seeking a City houses, collectibles, metal file cabi- Manager. More info at www.ogallala- nets, many items to numerous to ne.gov or at 308-284-3607. Position mention, open until filled. Salary $87,505- 548 E. NINTH St., Fdday, 2 - 7 p.m.; $115,107 DOQ. 8 Saturday, 7 a.m. -noon. Multi family PLUMBER WITH quality workman- sale: baked goods, homemade jew- ship for new home construction in elry, mens bike, girls 3x -7x and adult Lincoln. Minimum five years experi- clothes, home decor and lots more. ence. No Lincoln license needed. 6-For Rent Good driving record. $24.00-$28.00 hr. 402-525-3630. 8 TWO BEDROOM, 1 1/2 bath, in Su- pedor. No smoking. No pets. 402- SCRAPER-MOTOR Grader opera- 879-5765. 6-11 -ffc tors and surveyor needed for grading contractor. 100 percent paid health TWO BEDROOM house for rent ininsurance. Commercial Contractors Superior, 402-879-3172. Leave mes- Equipment, Inc., 701 NW 27th, Lin- sage. 6-9-tfc coin, NE 68528, 402-476-1711. EOE A NEW front door will make your home pop. Call All Things Extedor in Beloit now to get a quote. 1-800-619- 5706. AIIThingsExterior.com. 10-12-ffc LICENSED ELECTRICIANS, T & L Pivot dealer. Repair all makes of piv- ots. Wassom's basket truck available for aerial work and repair. Call Power Management, Steve Houtwed or Bob Wassom. 402-469-4321 or 402-324- 4158. 10-8-ffc COMPLETE AUTO body paint and repair. Rock chip repair, glass re- placement. Superior Paint and Body, 402-879-4190. 10-1 -tfc SERVICING ALL MAKES and mod- els of furnaces and air conditioners. Scott TV and Appliance. 402-879- 3501. 10-11 -ffc FARM, RESIDENTIAL, commercial wiring. Moeller Electric, Byron, 402- 236-8619. 10-14-tfc TRUCK DRIVER needed in Superior ADVERTISE STATEWIDE for $225- to Sutton area to haul ready mix con- 25 word classified ad. Over 165 news- crete. Applicant must have a current papers with circulation of more than CDL license. Call 1-800-422-0465. 365,000. Contact your local newspa- 8-33-tfcper or call 1-800-369-2850. 10 BANKRUPTCY: FREE initial consul- tation. Fast relief from creditors. Low rates. Statewide filing. No office ap- pointment necessary. Call Steffens Law Office, 308-872-8327. steffens bankruptcylaw.com. We are a debt relief agency, which helps people file bankruptcy under the bankruptcy code. 10 SAVE MONEY. Lowest cost medi- care supplements. Why pay more for federally issued standardized plans? Independent agent, multiple compa- nies. Call Jason! 402-675-3084. 10 12-Livestock FOR SALE: Polled Hereford bulls. Coming two years old. Fertility tested with complete performance records. Stillwater One, Joe Brockman, Lawrence, Neb. 402-756-7127 12-12-tfc S & S BY-PRODUCT for prompt re- moval of dead cattle and horses. 1- 800-919-8360. 12-35-tfc I BUY HORSES Gordon Murray, Mankato. Phone 785-534-0262 cell. 12-3-ffc 14-Sale Calendar SUNDAY, MAY 1,10 a.m., Thayer 3ounty Activity Building, Deshler, qeb. Antique and collectible auction .'onducted by Montgomery Auction and Realty. 14-16-2c NEW TOWNHOMES for rent in CONVOY SYSTEMSis hiring Class Mankato, Kan.: 1,200 sq. ft., two bed- A drivers to run from Kansas City to rooms, two baths, garage, handi- the west coast. Home weekly. Great capped accessible. Bethany Roe, benefits, www.convoysystems.com 785-378-3408, jewellcounty@hot Call Tina ext. 301 or Lori ext. 303 1- mail.corn 6-4-tfc 800-926-6869. 8 7-Wanted I O-Services JVEDNESDAY, MAY 18, beginning at 4 p.m. Real estate and personal oroperty auction for Sam Willett Es- tate and items for David Downing. Conducted by Mikkelsen Real Estate Auction LLC 14-15-6p 21-Feed and Seed CERTIFIED SEED oats, $6 per bushel. Nupride 8261, glyphosate tolerant soybean seed. Joel Masch- mann, 402-200-0004.21-8-15p 23-Recreational 2012 JAYCO Jayflight 29 RLDS, $18,500 OBO. Like new, extra clean, electric awning and jack. MSRP $27,359.402-879-4828 23-14-3c 24-Real Estate HOUSE FOR Sale: 202 Summit Ave, Webber, Kan., near Lovewell Lake. Completely remodeled. New plumb- ing, electric, heating, air, vinyl siding and windows. Corner lot with detached garage. 785-753-4098. 24-9-tfc 25-Moile Homes 2000 SQ FT doublewide under $80,000. Lenders offering $0 Down for Land Owners. Huge selection of true Modulars in all sizes. Wrap land, home, and land improvements in one package. 866-858-6862 25 26-Notice LINCOLN ANTIQUE Flea Market, Lancaster Event Center, April 30, 9- 5; May 1,10-4, Admission $2.50. Jay Albert, 402-202-5443. 26 GUN SHOW April 23-24, Sat. 9-5 and Sun. 9-3, Wichita Kansas Coliseum (I-135 and East 85th Street north) Buy-sell-trade info: (563) 927-8176 CRAFT SHOW in Superior 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., May 28, during the Annual Victorian Festival. For more informa- tion call 402-879-1251. Leave mes- sage. 26-14-6p 36 Thank you A HEART FELT thanks to all who shared in our 50th anniversary--our open house and the many greetings. Thanks also to our children and fami- lies. We cherish each and everyone of you. Don and Arlene Vorce. 36-16-1p WE WOULD like to thank Pastor Jeff Kimberly and the Lighthouse Com- munity Church of the Nazarene for building the ramp on the front of our house. Don and Peggy Sloane. 36-16-1p TO THE Class of 1979, Chris Petersen's family would like to thank you for the memorial in memory of our son, Chris. Don and Darlene Petersen 36-16-1 p OUR HUNTERS will pay top $$$ to BENCHMARK EXTERIORS and In- hunt your land. Call for a Free Base sulation, 785-439-6614. Free esti- Camp Leasing info packet and quote, mates on siding, guttering, windows, 1-866-309-1507 www.BaseCamp roofing and roof coatings, foam and . Leasing.com " 7 blown insulation. We are licensed, bonded and insured for residential, 8-Help Wanted commercial, industrial and certified inspections. 10-11 -tfc BUFFALO ROAM Steakhouse, COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE repair, Mankato, Kansas, is now taking ap- air conditioning work, computer diag- plications for day and night shifts, nostics. Hanson Automotive. 340 N. Pick up application at Buffalo Roam. Kansas St., Superior, 402-879-4111. 8-16-1c 10-26 tfc SADIE, OURadultcat, needs a sitter GET READY for summer. Will do in Superior for approximately 10 days wash, buff and wax for your car, truck the first part of June. She likes to be or boat. All air-conditioning repair, with people, so if you are home most tune ups and oil changes. Troy's Au- of the time, that would be ideal. You tomotive, phone 402-879-3612. will be compensated monetarily, 402- 10-10-tfc 613-8791. 8-16-tfp HOME SIDING can transform your NEBRASKA DEPARTMENT of home in a matter of days Call All Roads is accepting applications for Things Exteriorin Beloit now to get summer temporary position at Supe- a quote. 1-800-619-5706. All- rior, Neb. Apply online at ThingsExterior.com 10-12-tfc statejobs.nebraska.gov Must be 18 years old, have a good driving record NAPA Autocare Center and possess a valid drivers license. Tune-up, service and repair. Hours depend on the weather, may be more or less than 40 hours per Specializing in computer and week. An equal opportunity, affirma- electrical systems. tive action employer. 8-16-2c14 Detail, Inc. 402-879-5500 DAVES PLACE is hiring a grill cook and pizza cook. Stop in and get an ROOFING CAN save you money on application, 243 Central Ave, Supe- your home insurance Call All Things rior, Neb. 8-15-2cExterior in Beloit now to get a quote. 1-800-619-5706. AIIThingsExterior.com. FULLTIME year around experienced 10-12-tfc top level detail oriented professional accountant. Degree or tax, account- GENERAL CONSTRUCTION, cabl- ing and technology skills required, nets, roofing, remodeling, brick and Must possess general office skills block. Jason Gillilan, cell: 402-879- and work well with people. Excellent 5839. 10-9-tfc benefffs. Marian V Watson, CPA., GUTTERING PROTECTS the foun- 430NCentraI, Supedor, NE68978or dation of your home. Call All Things mvwcpa@windstream.net 8-15-ffc Exterior in Beloit now to get a quote. 1-800-619-5706. AIIThingsExterior.com 10-12-tfc HELP AROUND the house in Supe- rior four afternoons per week, four hours each Monday to Thursday. Call 402-879-3617. 8-15-21 Herdsman Gene Transfer Tech)- Full Time of,Scandia, KS Great opportunity in low stress work environment for individuals who enjoy working with elderly. CMA or LPN for Full Time Days, and Part Time for all shifts. See more details at www.wenskerepair.com PRN Cook Call or stop by 308 Washington, Scandia, Kan. for application. Willing to train the right person. Call Diane or Alexis at 785-335-2508 EOE A HEART FELT thank you to every- one who has reached out to express their condolences, whether it be with a card, floral arrangement, a visit, food, memorial or words of encour- agement at the loss of our son, Chris. Don and Darlene Petersen. 36-16-1p SATURDAY,: MAY 28; l~.f'fi; Edgar ,,Mankato Neb. Selling' r~mainin~'items from Edgar school including: wood doors, By Elaine Thomas chalk boards, two metal steeples, old Visitors of James and Letha Garst lights, coat hooks, trim wood and other last week were Stephan Saathoff and items. Will only last one hour. Mont- sons, Skyler and Seth, Beloit; Sean gomery Auction and Realty in charge Saathoff, Alton, and Tiffany Saathoff; of sale. 14-10-12cSara Bauer; Hadleight Cross, Salina; SATURDAY, JUNE 11, 10:30 a.m., Reiher Estate Auction to be held at farm located thee miles west of Red Cloud, Neb., to Road 900 and 3/4 mile south. Selling machinery and tools. Montgomery Auction and Re- alty in charge of sale. 14-16-8c SUNDAY, JUNE 12, noon at 741 N. Seward, Red Cloud, Neb. Selling ve- hicles: 2005 Buick 53,000 miles; 2007 Chevrolet pickup, 45,000 miles; trac- tor, tools, many fine pieces of furni- ture (some old), collectibles, house- hold and much more for the Charles Reiher Estate. Montgomery Auction and Realty in charge of sale. 14-10-14c Laura Shipman, Noah, Tanner, Makinna; Dale Wright and son Carlton, Jewell; Elizabeth Saathoff, Cadence and Caleb. Dennis and Judy Appleby, Wichita Falls, Texas, were visiting family and friends in the area. Dennis stopped by for a visit with his sister, Audrey Dia- mond. Danyelle Murray and dad, Danny Garman, Sylvan Grove, visited his sis- ter, Virginia, and Dave Pettit. Audrey Diamond was in Courtland last Tuesday afternoon to visit her sis- ter, Eileen Erickson. Sheila Diamond and Audrey Dia- mond went to Superior to attend Grand- parents Day with Dayne Clark at his school. NEW WINDOWS can lower your util- ity bills. Call All Things Extedor in Beloit now to get a quote. 1-800-619- 5706. AIIThingsExterior.com. SATURDAY, JUNE 18, 10:30 a.m., 242 N. Cherry St., Red Cloud, Neb. Selling real estate, collectibles, toys, furniture, household and much more for Margreta Williams. Montgomery Auction and Realty in charge of sale. 14-10-15c 15-Opportunities ENTRY LEVEL heavy equipment operator career. Get trained - get certified - get hired. Bulldozers, back- hoes and excavators. Immediate life- time job placement. VA benefits, na- tional average $18.00-$22.00 1-866- 362-6497 15 16-Misc. for Sale For Sale:Winchester gun and office safes 402-236-8619. 16-2-tfc MILEAGE BOOKS for sale from Su- perior Publishing Co. Help keep track Automotive Technicians & Diesel Technicians Call 402-237-8700 (day) or 402-469-4257 The City of Mankato is taking applications for seasonal part-time help for LIFEGUARDS. Lifeguard applications due by May 3, 2016. Applications may be obtained and returned to City Office, 217 S. High St., Mankato, Kan. Contact City Office for more information, 785-378-3141. 1416 14~C Alice Kinsey went to Spearville to attend a track meet in which grandson, Mark Schmidt, participated. She then went to Russell and accompanied Allison and Nathan Ryan, Kayla and Harper to Salina where they all helped with the Shrine Circus for the week- end. A great time was reported. Alice went to Pratt Sunday and before com- ing home she attended a track meet there. Rick and Sheila Diamond were in Hastings to attend an event where stu- dents had on display inventions they had made. Their second grade grand- son, Dayne Clark, has been at the hos- pital for many hours with his little brother, Levi, and has seen that with each IV treatment Levi has he can never leave his bed to go for a walk down the hall, move to look out the window, or anything else unless some- one is there to push his IV pole. Dayne invented a way to attach the pole to a buggy type ride for Levi. Dayne's in- vention placed third place out of 18 entries. Guests of Mary Powell Saturday night for an evening of cards were Betty Becker, Jean Michael and Audrey Diamond. Judy Miller attended Saturday wed- ding events for her granddaughter, Katelyun Jacobs, and Jimmy Fox in Burr Oak. Among others attending were Shelli and Cortney Kuhlmann and Lane. Jennifer Thomas, Claflin, visited her family during the weekend. Satur- day guests stopping by the home of Elaine Thomas to visit Jen were Karen Grelinger, Sherry and Rob Partridge, Todd Davis and Taylar Elkins, Pais- ley, Jerzie and Remmy Ord; Graci McCary and Brian Williams. Brian had taken the Ord children to Salina to the Shrine Circus. Several from Mankato attended the medical benefit for Levi Clark in Su- perior Sunday evening. Sorry if you tried to call me with news. Once the most welcome rain hit they said there was moisture in the telephone lines so no phone. Still none at press time. Thrilled to say many reported receiving three inches of rain. Burr OakBy Glennys Barnes A painting class was held at the Burr Oak Community Center on April 12. The instructor was Deena Schultz, Deshler. Deena has been conducting painting classes in the area for about a year but has been painting most of her life. Attending the class were Kristi Hillman, Augustina Henderson, Tucker Johanek, Chelsea and Jenny Landreth, Diana and Patsy Ord, Shirley and Ma- son McMains, Peggy Wilson, Ashley Underwood, Jessica Barnes, Brynlee Manning, Renita, Mattie and Bella Volker, Gall Havens, Amy Hinds, Phyllis Liggett and Apryl Webster. T_hx_oughs~ij1, wir~t,nO: .s_now, show must gQ: on. Thl~ti was the word from Fort Collins, Colo., over the week- end where the Grate Expectations BBQ team participated in their first compe- tition of 2016. This competition was the Sam's Club National BBQ Tour and was held in the Sam's Club park- ing lot. Twenty-eight teams partici- pated. In the individual categories, Grate Expectations received a first place in chicken, seventh place in bris- ket and eighth place in ribs. Overall the team received ninth place. They re- ceived a trophy for their first place finish in chicken. The Grate Expecta- tions team is made up of Nick and Kelley Bunting, Billings, Mont., and Jerry Barnes, Powell, Wyo. Kelley and Jerry are the children of Cheryl Hilhnan. Katielynn Jacobs and Jimmy Fox were married in a 3 p.m. ceremony at the Burr Oak Community Center Sat- urday. Renita Volker, justice of the peace, was the officiant. A reception and dance followed the wedding cer- emony: Katie !sthe_dau_ghter of Ranae Our Growth Creates YOUR Opportunity! Dollar General values a positive, friendly attitude. In fact, our rapidly growing company has become the nation's largest small-format retail discounter by improving lives through service, We also serve our employees by offering competitive compensation and advancement potential. We are now hiring for our Superior store. We are hidng for the following positions: Assistant Store Managers Lead Sales Associate , Sales Associates DollarGeneraltruly cares about ourcustomers, our employees, our communities and our world. Interested candidates may apply online. Learn more at www.dollargeneral.com/careers and search for your area and apply online todayl Serving others is our mission. Make it yours. 16.16 16-4p Jewell County Health Department is accepting applications for an immediate opening for Clerk-Office Manager. Preferred applicant should have good clerical skills with excellent people skills. Experience with QuickBooks and Excel is a must. Applications are available at Jewell County Health Department 307 N Commercial Suite 2 Mankato, Kansas 66956 Position is open until filled. Jewel/Coun Health Department is an E O.E 15.16 or send resume to Angela Murray at jchd@nckcn .corn Jacobs, Don and Tori Jacobs. Much needed rain fell in the area Sunday. Reports ranged from two to three inches. "Good News When Times Are Hard" was the title of Richard Cox's message at the Christian Church on Sunday morning. His selected scrip- ture reading was Acts 9:32-43. This portion of scripture tells of two indi- viduals, one who was cured of being lame and another who was brought back to life. This happened through the power of prayer as Peter ministered to them. It also brought others to believe in Christ Jesus as the news reached the people of the area. Hard times are not new. Times of trouble and tribulation are as common as the sun rising each morning. Living in obedience to God does not mean we will not have troubles. However, it does mean that we are not alone when we go through them. God does not abandon us in the trials of our lives. God can use our difficult times to bring others to Christ and to draw them to know the love of God. Cliff and Glenny Barnes and Cheryl Hillman attended the movie, "Miracles from Heaven," at the Ute Theater in Mankato Sunday evening. The movie is based on a true story and was well received. The May 7 date for the Mother- Daughter Salad Supper is quickly ap- proaching. Those who plan to attend need to get their tickets ordered. Cheryl Hillman and Peggy Wilson have those tickets available. Funeral reminder Services for Ethel McNabb will be held at 10 a.m. today (Thursday) at the Esbon United Methodist Church, with Pastor Gerry Sharp officiating. Inter- ment will be in Mount Hope Cemetery, Mankato. David Kimminau David Joseph Kimminau, 67, Beloit, died Sunday at Mitchell County Hos- pital. He was the son of William Jo- seph Kimminau and Loretta Catherine Kimminau. He is survived by six broth- ers and two sisters. A vigil service will be held today (Thursday) at 7 p.m., at St. John's Catholic Church, Beloit. Visitation was yesterday (Wednesday) and will con- tinue today (Thursday) 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Melby Mortuary, Mankato. Services will be held at St. John's Catholic Church, Beloit at 10 a.m. tomorrow (Friday) with Father Damian Richards officiating. Burial will be in St. Theresa's Cemetery, Mankato. Mer0y Mortuary, Mankato, is han- dling arranlzements. By Nell Cates, Post Rock Extension Once again, we are experiencing a lack of moisture to begin the spring. I pulled some numbers from KSU's Weather Data Library April 10. Since the first of the year, the weather sta- tions located in our district recorded precipitation as follows: Jewell County 1.39 inches, Osborne County 1.42 inches and Mitchell County 2.14 inches. A good practice to be prepared for a potential year of subpar moisture is to develop a drought management plan for your operation. What should go into a drought man- agement plan? The first thing that should be included in your plan is, deciding your stocking rates for turn out. We would all like to be able to guess the exact amount of forage that will be grown and the right amount of cattle to graze it. Unfortunately, we can't predict the future very well. Therefore, stocking pastures moder- ately is a safe practice. Set stocking rates on grazable acres, not total acres. In pastures some areas will be utilized more heavily than others. Distance from water, soil types, topography and other factors affect how willingly cattle graze in a given area. Cattle generally do not graze pastures evenly. Take this into account and set your acres per cow based on the expected forage produc- tion and number of acres they will use, not total acres. Next is determining which pastures to go to first. Different parts of the plant do not grow simultaneously. They are all competing with one another for products of photosynthesis such as starch and sugar. Growth of plant parts is reduced or delayed when green leaf area is removed. Grazing pastures ev- ery year at the same time, when root growth, bud formation, stolon growth of rhizome growth is seasonally most rapid, reduces subsequent year forage production potential of most mid and tall season grasses. Bottom line, mix up your grazing rotations so you are not grazing the same pastures at the same time year after year. This will help increase plant vigor and the sustainability of your pastures. Part of your plan should include critical management dates. As cattle graze and we do or do not get appropri- ate rainfall for sustained forage growth, set critical management dates to make decisions. For example, if by June 15 we have received less than 80 percent of our annual precipitation, decrease stocking rates by 30 percent, which means early weaning. On Aug. 15, if July and August precipitation totals are less than 70 percent of normal, we will end grazing the first of September and begin to dry lot cattle. Different operations will have different criteria for establishing these dates and for modes of actions to combat the dry- ness. No two ranches are the same and no two ranch drought plans are either. Take the time now to calmly think of what you will do in response to drought issues in the future. It is not a matter of if we will experience a dry year, but are you prepared for a dry year? Company banned from telemarketing, fined in Kansas A New York based company has agreed to pay $10,000 in penalties and fees to settle allegations that it imper- sonated a local agricultural co-op and violated the Kansas No Call Act, ac- cording to Derek Schmidt, attorney general. Carso, Inc., doing business as Sup- ply House, Coating and Chemicals and Jack Caratozzolo, all of New York state, agreed to a consent judgment ordering them to pay $10,000 in inves- tigative fees and civil penalties. The judgment was approved earlier this ...... month by Judge Franklin Theis in ,Sha~rtee:County District_C- ~tu~ ....... In 2014.the attorney general's of- fice received multiple complaints from Kansans who had received telemarketing calls from the company. The callers identified themselves as representatives of "Farmway," which is a local Kansas cooperative with no connection to the defendants or the alleged telephone calls. The callers were trying to sell agricultural chemi- cals. Under terms of the settlement, the defendants are prohibited from misidentifying themselves to Kansas consumers and are banned from future telemarketing in Kansas. Kansans who wish to register for the Do-Not-Call list or file a complaint should visit the attorney general' s con- sumer protection website at www.InYourCornerKansas.org. Office Supplies Superior Publishing Co. 148 E. 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