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DELInqUENT REAL ESTATE TAX LIST AND NOTICE OF SALE: Notice is hereby given that the taxes for the year of 2015 on the following tracts or parcels of land tn Jewell County, Kansas are unpaid and tf the tax is not pald before the f~rst Tuesday of September, being September 1, 2016 each tract or parcel of land wtll be sold to the county for the amount of the dellnguent tax and legal charges as provided in K.S.A. 79-2302. THIS IS NOT A PUBLIC SALE OF PROPERTIES LI~STED. Amounts don't tnclude Interest and advertising fee. 2015 1"-FB144 ANITA ADAMS FORMOSO ORIGINAL TOWN - BLK 18, LOTS 13 THRU 24 216.52 2015t-0R104 DAVID ADAMS ESBON ORIGINAL BLK 3, LOTS 17 THRU 20 &Nl'/2 OF 16 625.40 20151-MB091 JOSHUA & KASHA ALCORN (WROS) ~ANKATO OLD CHAPMAN'S 1ST. ADD. S. 100' OF E. 150' OF 15 16-3-8 734.20 2015 i-RB023 PETE C ALDANA RANDALL ORIGINAL TOWN - BLOCK 1, LOT 4 & N 1/2 OF LOT 5 397.88 20'15 1-BB085 CURTISS JAMES ANDERSON 'BURR OAK ORIGINAL BLK.7, LOT 10 652.94 2~5 1-HE570 GLENN E & BETTY A ANDREASEN (WROS) .HABKATO BISHOP'S ADD.. BLK. 14, LOTS 7-8 S.25" OF LOT 1,617.25 2015 1-RC102 ARIZONA GROUP VENTURES , BRIGHAM, CRILL & RANDALL'S 1ST ADD - BLOCK 9, LOT 1 160.60 20151-E0039 DUSTIN AULT & VALERIE STANDLEY ESBON CITY TR. THAT PT. OF 22 IN SWNE t180'X170') 3-3-1 152.02 2015 1-I0229 DUSTIN AULT 'IONIA ORIGINAL BLK 15: LOT 16; 1/8 OF 15 205.26 2015 1-JB166 BACON CREEK ENTERPRISES LLC ZDWIGHT HELLER .JEWELL ORIGINAL TOWN - BLOCK 37, LOTS 7, 8 & 9 1,028.78 20151-FD154A RICHARD & JESSICA BAKER (WROS) FORHOSO LEYDIG'S ADDITION - BLK 1, LOTS 15-16-17-18 269.92 20.15 1-FD1548 RICHARD & JESSICA BAKER (WROS) PORHOSO LEYDIG'S ADDITION - BLK 1, LOTS 19-20 11.50 20151-OR153A GUY & SUZIE BALL (WROS) % ANDREW & MICHELLE ROHLEDER ESBON ORIGINAL BLK 10, LOTS 19, 20, & 21 (75X140) 9.87 2015 1-HE480 CORRINA BANKS MANKATO BISHOP'S ADD. BLK. 1, W. 50' OF LOTS 1,2,3 205.42 20'15 1-BG2OOA KEITH & ROBIN S BARRY (WROS) BURR OAK WRIGHTS ADD BLK 1, LOTS 13,14 & 15 60.42 2015 1-BG206 KEITH & ROBIN S BARRY (WROS) BURR OAK WRIGHTS ADO. BLK. 1, LOTS 16,17 435.44 2015'1-RC069 JOHN BAUER BRIGHAM, CRILL & RANDALL'S 1ST ADD. BLOCK 1, LOTS 1THRU 4 INCL. 4.28 2015.1-RB060 JOHN A & TONJA N BAUER RANDALL ORIGINAL TOWN - BLOCK 6, LOT 3 & N 1/2 OF LOT 4 238.40 2015 1-HIO44A 30HN E & SHERRI L BEAN SE1/4 LESS ROW 10 1,531.60 2015,1-WH190B JOHN E BEAN IHP'ON LSD LAND 35-2-10 TR BEG AT APT 1 350' W OF NE COR NE/4 TH S 110 TH W 200 T,HS 230 TH W 450 THE N 340 ~ | 650 TO POB 475.79 2015 1-FB136 JOHN W & JANE E BELT (WROS) FORMOSO ORIGINAL TOWN - BLK 16, LOTS 8 THRU 12 INCL. 368.65 2015.1-RB035 CLAYTON & AMANDA BIELYEA (WROS) RANDALL ORIGINAL TOWN BLOCK 2, LOT 10 116.90 2015 1-RB021 HARCIA L BELYEA RANDALL ORIGINAL TOWN - BLOCK 1, LOT 1 & N 1/2 OF LOT 268.03 20!5 1-WA136B STEVEN BILLENWILLHS $1/'2~NW1/4; 2 A TR IN SWNE1/4; LESS ROW 23-1-9 119.02 2015':1-WA136C STEVEN BILLENWILLMS SE 1/4 23-1-9 1,791.14 2015 1,WA137 STEVEN & BILLENWILLNS N.1/2 NE 23-1-9 684.96 2015 1,WA138 STEVEN BILLENWILLHS N.1/2 NW 23-1-9 522.48 2015 1-WA140A STEVEN ~ILLENWILLMS 23:L-9 SW1/4 LESS 18.89 ACRE TRACT LESS ROW 1,120.02 2~15 1-RD134 BENJAMIN A BLACK 'BRIGHAH, CRILL & RANDALL 2NO ADD - BLOCK 5, LOTS 1, 2 & 745.60 2~15 1-ii0025 FAYE C BOLLER ~OT 1 LESS 20'; 2;(W.1/2 NE LESS S. 20') 6-4-9 464.78 2615 1-I0026 FAYE C BOLLER 'LOTS 3 TO 10 INCL. LESS TRS. IN 9 & 10 6-4-9 2,154.04 2~15 1-LI186 FAYE C BOLLER 30-3-09 LOTS 14-15 & E 5 AC'S OF LOT 13 115.34 2~15 1-LI197 FAYE C BOLLER ~31-3"-~ $1/2NE1/4, LOTS 1,2,3, E 5 AC'S ~.&. ~,8,9,10,15 & 16 LESS ROW 3,929.18 2~151"-LI200 FAYE C BOLLER SE 31-3-9 945.70 2~15 !-J0031 JUDY L BOLTE %JUDY BOLTE LEONHARDT "JEWELL CITY TRACTS - N 1/2 TRACT 16 OF 30-4-7 217.94 2~15 i-WS228 HELEN MAE & BOBBIE DEAN BRIGGS (WROS) HONTROSE ORIGINAL - BLK 18, LOTS 21THRU 24 INCL. 9.54 2~15 1-AT031 IGNATIUS BRUMNER ~JUDY CADY 6-5-9 LOTS 14 320.81 2~15 1-ERO05 IGNATIUS BRUMHER %JUDY CADY NESE 1-5-10 73.25 20:15i-'HC106 HERBERT 3. BURTENSHAW HANKATO ORIGINAL BLK. 2, LOT 3 & 4 198.24 2~15 1-HC370 SCOTT B CARPENTER & LISA H HEFNER T/C ~ANKATO ORIG fNAL ~LK. 41, LO~7,B&W '~2ff'OF 9: 140 421.76 2~15:~i~:'i~2~7~:~AViDw CH~'~N~T~&/ORPCHRI~TIN~"L,~HESTN ~, .... .:;. ~IONIA NORT~,~B~DE ADD. BLK.~ 5:~.LOTS:1,4~.5~ &8 ...... 127.12 2ff15 1-HI132A KAREN R CLARK i27-1-10 PT OF SW1/4 BEG AT THE SE COR SW1/4 TH W 183,40' TH N 547.80" THE '983,40" TH S 547.80' TO POB 387.98 2015 1-0R142 TERRY & KIMBERLY CLINGMAN (WROS) :ESBON ORIGINAL BLK. 9, LOTS 5 THRU 12 277.68 2~15 '1~MD434 AARON S ~ JANA L COIL (WROS) 'MANKATO CASE ADD. BLK. 15, LOTS 2 THRU 5; & N 20" OF LOT 29.76 2ff15 1-MD437A AARON S & JANA L COIL (WROS) HANK&TO CASE ADD. BLK. 15, LOTS 35 TO 39 INCL. LESS RR 15.62 2ff15.1-JO015 DUSTIN W COOK & CATHY JO MCDONALD (WROS) ;JEWELL CITY TRACTS- PT. OF TRACT 16 (88.08' X 162") IN SEl/4 25-4-8 26.82 2015 1-0L009 STEVEN & AMANDA CORDIS J/T LOTS 1 & 2 BLK 2: CAP 80' S OF THE SW COR OF LOT 7 BLK 3 OF LAWN'S 2ND ADD :THE 269' TH S 196' TH W 269' TH N 196' TO POB 30-1-6 57.22 2015 1-JB124A CHARLES CRAIN .JEWELL ORIGINAL TOWN - BLOCK 25, LOT 3 120 X 44 24,52 2Q151-JB123 WILSE E CRAIN ,J~W~LL ORIGINAL TOWN - BLOCK 25, LOTS 1 & 2 188.80 20i51-J8116 BETTY L CRIHFIELD C/O CHARLES MYERS ~JEWEI_L ORIGINAL TOWN BLOCK 24. LOTS 1, 2 & 3 724.52 2015 1-E0064 BENJAMIN & JOSIE CRISP ESBON CITY TR 49 PT OF N1/2SE LESS TR 25'X140' 3-3-10 229.80 2615 1-JB119 R JERRY & DEBRA DALRYMPLE (WROS) JEWELL ORIGINAL TOWN BLOCK 24, W 26' ~OF LOT 8; &E 38" OF LOT 9 163.56 2,015 1-JB122 R JERRY & DEBRA DALRYMPLE (WROS) JEWELL ORIGINAL TOWN - BLOCK 24. LOT 10 & W. 6' OF LOT 9 12.37 2015 l"LBU241D R JERRY & DEBRA R DALRYMPt.E (WROS) :BUFFALO IRREGULARS - LOTS 4 & 5; W 62' OF LOT 3; 1/2 VACATED TCHOUPTLOUS ST. 25-4-8 176.30 2015 1-JB121 R JERRY & DEBRA DALRYMPLE (WROS) JEWELL ORIGINAL TOWN - BLOCK 24, LOTS 11 & 12 13.24 2015 1-JF395 R JERRY & DEBRA OALRYNPLE (WROS) ~JEWELL BERRY'S ADDITION - BLOCK 1, :LOT 1 & 2 & E 31' OF LOT 3 & 1/2 VAC TCHOUPTOULAS ST 183 19.57 2015 1-0W016 VICTOR DEARMORE ~WEBBER ORIGINAL - BLK 1, S 8' OF LOT 2 & ALL OF LOT 3 2015 1-RB062 CINDY A DELEON ~RANpALL ORIGINAL TOWN - BLOCK 6, LOT 7 2~15 1LJ0046 LORI DENNIS & DENISE MERTENS (WROS) ~TRACT 6 IN NW (286'X77"10") OF 31-4-7 2015 1-BB069 MAC B DIEHL & CYNTHIA L HARUNIAK ~BURR OAK ORIGINAL BLK. 3 LOTS 9 & 10 2015 1-FBD97 HORIAH DYKE FORMOSO ORIGINAL TOWN - BLK 9, THRU 20 2015 1-J0054 DAVID & RACHEL ENGEL JEWELL CITY TRACTS - TRACT 5 NW (286'X92')OF 31-4-7 2015 1-BU242 DAVID W & RACHEL L ENGEL (WROS) 25-4-8 BUFFALO IRREG - CAP 228' W OF THE SE COR OF BERRY'S ADD TH S 123.7, TH W 14'~, TH S 123.7', TH W 839", TH N 123', TH W 356" TH NELY 127', THE 1173'T0 POB 44.58 2015 1-JB277B DAVID W & RACHEL L ENGEL (WROS) JEWELL ORIGINAL TOWN - BLOCK 54, S. 12' 8" OF LOT 13 & N. 26' OF LOT 14 359.50 2015 1-J0007 DAVID W & RACHEL L ENGEL (WROS) JEWELL CITY TRACTS - E 264" OF 6 OF 25-4-8 50.70 2015 1-HA023 PATRICK G & ABIGAIL HOPE FAULKNER HANKATO TRS. TR. 11 NW (20RDS X 4 RDS) 22-3-8 182.34 2015 1-HD462 PATRICK & ABIGAIL HOPE FAULKNER WROS HANKATO CASE ADD. BLK. 27, LOTS 47 TO 50 INCL. 1,177.20 2015 1-I0208A FLETcHER'S FOLLY LLC IONIA ORIGINAL BLK 5, L 1.12 2015 1-BG203 JOHN & AMANDA FRAMPUS (WROS) BURR OAK WRIGHT ADD. BLK. 1, LOTS 21, 22 124.14 2015 1'-BA026 DANIEL & SANDRA FRANCO (WROS) BURR OAK CITY TR. 11SE THRU LOTS 16 15-02-09 673 84 2015 1-WA188 THE SANDRA FRANCO SHARE OF THE DOUGLAS S.1/2 SW; E.1/2 SE: SWSE; E.25 1/2 ACRE OF NWSE 32- 2,766 46 2015 2-HA214A SANDRA FRANCO LIFE ESTATE 6-1-8 W1/2NW1/4 (MIN RES) 2 94 2015 2-WAOOIA SANDRA FRANCO LIFE ESTATE 1-1-9 E1/2NE1/4 (MIN RES) 3 95 2015 2-WA190A SANORA FRANCO SHARE OF THE DOUGLAS GILLE N1/2, NWSE, & E1/2SE (1/2 MIN INT) 6 91 2015 1-B0082 SANDRA & DAN FRANCO TRUSTEES OF SANDRA J E.1/2NE 15-2-9 2,110 40 2015 ~:E0049 WILLIAM E FREIsNER ESB~N CITY TR. - CAP 274' E OF SE COR OF 431.40 4.95 1,819.40 855.98 LOTS 17 200.44 1,120.87 203.04 BLK~CIO, TH N 250'. THE 76', THS 100', TH!E'59', TH S 15P',TH W 135' TO POB 3-3-10 20151~Y-OR101 WILL!y\~ FROST JR ESBON ORIGINAL BLK 3, LOTS 10,11,12 71.80 2015 1JB106 HEGAN M FULTZ %COLONIAL SAVINGS FA ESCROW DEPT 054 JE~ELL ORIGINAL TOWN - BLOCK 20, LOTS 7 THRU 9 INCL. 36.84 2015 1-BI260 AUNDREA GARDNER BURR OAK LEWIS 2NO ADD, BLK. 5, NE 114 0 F LOT 8: E.1/2 OF 9-10 92.88 2015 1-NC376 ROGE~ D GARRETT C/O OOMC OUTSOURCING NANKATO ORIGINAL BLK. 42, LOTS 6,7,8 476.86 2015 1-RD132 SID GODDARD BRIGHAM, CRILL & RANDALL 2NDADD - BLOCK 4, LOTS 7, 8 & 9 305.02 2015 1-DK070 CAHERON GRABAST WEBBER DICK'S ADOITION - BLK 3, LOTS 7, 8,9,10,11 & 12 811.02 2015 1-BL323 THOMAS M GREEN,GLENN H PUCKETT,NED C/O THOMAS H GREEN BURR OAK NC CORHICK 2ND ADD. BLK. 1, LOT 12-13 189.76 2015 1-ME516 ROBERT GRUENBERG MANKATO BISHOP'S AOD. BLK. 5. LOT 13: E. 20' OF 12 27.40 2015 1-MD477 JODY 3 HADACHEK MANKATO CASE ADD. BLK. 28, LOTS 34,35.36 1,066.34 2015 1-E0060 TERRY J HAND &MICHAEL W HANNING ESBON CITY TR. 45 SE 3-3-10 1,101.34 2015 1-FB081 3EANNEA HIGBEE %JEANNEA THOHAS FORMOSO ORIGINAL TOWN - BLK 8, LOTS 1 THRU 4 INCL. (MOBILE HONE ON PERSONAL PROPERTY SOLID WASTE FEE LISTEO ON REAL ESTATE) 111.24 2015 1-30013 AUSTIN HOELSCHER & CRYSTAL CHEATHAH WROS %LERETA LLC, TAX DISBURSEMENT TEAM 3EWELL CITY TRACTS - CAP 250' N & 33' W OF SE COR OF THE SE1/4 TH W 129' TH S 47 TH W 78' TH N 159" THE 207' TH S 112' TO PDB 656.62 2015 1-RE150 KIM HOPPE RANDALL HCDANIEL'S 1ST ADD - BLOCK 1, LOTS 4. 5 & 6 10.40 2015 1-CE125 MICHAEL P HORRELL, JOSEPH POPE, THOHAS MICHAEL P HORRELL N 1/2 OF 19-3-8 LESS ROW 2,609.58 2015 1-ME547 JACOB HOSELTON NANKATO BISHOP'S ADD. BLK. 11, LOT 6: S. 1/2 OF 5 864.54 2015 1-BB082 RANAE L JACOBS & DEREK H AULT (WROS) BURR OAK ORIGINAL BLK. 5, LOTS 1 & 2 177.96 2015 1-BB091 RANAE L JACOBS BURR OAK ORIGINAL BLK. 7, LO 438.20 2015 1-H0167 DONALD D JANSSEN S1/2NW: SOUTH 5 ACRES OF N1/2NW 30-1-7 129.76 2015 1-E0002 JAY D JOHANEK ESBON CITY TR. 125' X 160' IN SE (PT. OF SE 1/2 A.) 3 1,271.34 2015 1-ME506 RALPH L & LORENA KIHMINAU (WROS) C/O LORI & STAN ST JOHN E 70' OF THE W 140' OF LTS 7,8 & 9 & LESS BEG 70" E OF THE NW COR LT 9 THE 30 TH S 30 TH W 30 TH N 30 TO POB& BEG 40' *E OF SW COR LOT 8 TH N 30 *THE 30' 591.66 2015 1-CE133A KINDER MORGAN INTERSTATE GAS TRANSHISSIO TR IN 20-3-8 BEG AT SE COR THEN W 530' THEN N 530' THEN E 530' THEN S 530' TO POB LESS ROW 168.86 2015 1-I0014 DANIEL R &-RUTH A KRAMER (WROS) E.1/2 SW 697.40 2015 1-MC239 SHELLI KUHLHANN MANKATO ORIGINAL BLK. 27, LOTS 3,4,5,6 491.02 2015 1-MC429 PAN LA RUE NANKATO ORIGINAL BLK. 49, LOT 9 LESS S. 7" 2015 1-GR124 SHANE R & HANNAH L LANGSTON TR 2 IN NW 2015 1-GR125 SHANE R & HANNAH L LANGSTON TR 3 IN NW 2015 1-GR126 SHANE R & HANNAH L LANGSTON TR IN 4,5,6,7 IN NW 21-3-6 80.64 2015 2-B0004B JUNE L LANGWORTHY % ROBERT LANGWORTHY SESW 1-2-9 (1/8 MIN. RES.) .50 2015 2-B00658 JUNE L LANGWORTHY % ROBERT LANGWORTHY SW1/4, W1/2NE1/4, S1/2NW1/4NE1/4NW1/4 (1/BTH HIN. RES.) 2.50 2015 1-J8313 JANE E LAVE JEWELL ORIGINAL TOWN - BLOCK 59, PT. OF LOT 7 & PT. OF LOT 8 (APPROX. 26'X120') 926.44 2015 2-ODl19A IRA CLAYTON W.1/2 NE 26-4-10 9 (1/2 MIN. INTEREST) 3.87 2015 1-MB089 RICKY LEHRLING MANKATO OLD CHAPMAN'S 1ST. ADD. S. 50' 0 F N. 112.52' OF E. 150' OF TR. 15 16-3-8 292.34 2015 1-MC199 RICKY D LEHRLING MANKATO ORIGINAL BLK. 21, LOT 6 & S 35' OF LOT 5 341.82 2015 1-MC283 RICKY D & LORA G LEHRLING MANKATO ORIGINAL BLK. 33 LOTS 12,13.14 75X140 800.10 2015 1-HI026 ELWIN L & GWEN R LEWIS (WROS) SE: & E 1/2 OF SW IN 6-1-10 1,349.16 2015 1-F8126 JOSEPH LINTZ & KARLIN BRYANT (WROS) FORHOSO ORIGINAL TOWN - BLK 14, LOTS 13- 14 & 15 281.30 2015 1-ESO62A LARRY & PEGGY SUE LOCKHAN (WROS) 9-3-10 TR IN NW 1/4 COMG AT THE SW COR OF SW1/4 TH N 2769' TO POB TH N 340' E 140" S 340' W 140" TO POB LESS ROW 284.86 2015 1-FA026 JERRY P & DOROTHY LOHNES (WROS) %SEAN MCFARLANE FORMOSO CITY TRACTS - 100'X125' IN NE CORNER OF TR. 8 21 21.5.8 2015 1-FA029 JERRY P & DOROTHY LOHNES (WROS) %SEAN HCFARLANE FORMOSO CITY TRACTS - TR 6 & 7 IN SE (136'X100') 21-3-6 317.96 2015 1-I0166 DARWIN & CRYSTAL LONG (WROS) . 32-4-9 COMG 90 S OF SW COR LOT 8 BLK 1 OF DUSEBERRY'S 1ST ADD THE 150 TH N 30 THE 147 TH S 1033 TH W 29~ T4-1N ~073 TO POB 311.18 2015 1-I0166A MATTHEW LONG .......... 32-4-9 COHG 90 S OF SW COR LOT 8 BLK 1 DUSENBERY'S 1ST ADD THE 150 TH N 30 TH E 147 TH $1033 TO POB TH S 70 TH W 297 TH 70 THE 197 TO 6.22 2015 1-SI217 ROBERT LOVEWELL LOVEWELL ORIGINAL BLK. 3, LOTS 9, 10 7.65 2015 1-CE155 MANKATO RANCHING LLC %KENT FULLER 22-3-8 CAP 1188 N S~ COR NE1/4 TH ON N 155 THE 185 TH N 154 THE 140 TH N 534 THE 1182 TH S 760 TH W 860 TH S 112 TH W 648' TO POB LESS ROW 11.22 2015 1-CE165 NANKATO RANCHING LLC %KENT FULLER TR. IN NE LESS TR. 154'X190' IN 22-3-8 30.12 2015 1-BAO08 CYNTHIA MARUNIAK 14-2-9 TRACT IN Sw 1/4 100 75.70 2015 1-BC136 CYNTHIA MARUNIAK BURR OAK GODFREY'S 1ST. ADD. BLK.1, LOT 11 & 12 1,687.82 2015 1-BC137 CYNTHIA MARUNIAK BURR OAK GODFREY'S 1ST. ADD. BLK.1, LOTS 13 & 14 10.46 2015 1-JB261 SHERYL L MATSON C/O CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK 3EWELL ORIGINAL TOWN - BLOCK 52, LOT 9 474.30 2015 1-JC368 MARTHA A NATTHEWS 3EWELL KREAHER'S ADDITION - BLOCK 3 LOTS 4,5.6,10,11, 1,137.96 2015 1-BJ285 BILLIE E MAY & TRISHA J MAY BURR OAK LEWIS 3RD ADD. BLK. 3, LOTS 6 & 13: S. 40' OF 5 & 14 & VACATED ALLEY & 1/2 VACATED LINCOLN ST. 394.62 2015 1-BE165 TERESA JOSEPHINE MC DANIEL & JAMES BURR OAK GODFREY'S 3RD ADD. BLK. 2, LOTS 1,2,3 184.90 2015 1-FA022 DIANA HCFARLANE FORHOSO CITY TRACTS - PT OF TR 3D IN NE (150'Xl15') 21- 245.90 2015 1-FB078 DIANA CHRISTINE MC FARLANE FORHOSO ORIGINAL TOWN - BLK 7, LOTS 13 THRU 17 INCL. 250.20 2015 1-FB109 DIANA C HC FARLANE FORHOSO ORIGINAL TOWN - BLK 11, LOTS 13 THUR 16 INCL. 95.22 2015 1-FE172C DIANA NC FARLANE FORMOSO HAWLEY'S ADD BLK 2. LOTS 14 - TO 20 INC. 17.12 2015 1-FE174 DIANA NC FARLANE FORHOSO HAWLEY'S ADDITION BLK 2, E 1/2 OF LOTS 21 TO 26 INCL. 89 22 2015 1-FB085 ROBERT L NC FARLANE FORMOSQ ORIGINAL TOWN - BLK 8, LOTS 13 & 14 11 02 2015 1-FBllO ROBERT L & PATRICIA A HC FARLANE (WROS) FORMOSO ORIGINAL TOWN - BLK 11, LOTS 17 THRU 21 INCL. 408 68 2015 1-RB042 EDWIN T MC MILLAN RANDALL ORIGINAL TOWN - BLOCK 3, LOT 7 & N 1/2 OF LOT 8 300 32 2015 2-HI142B WILLIAM C & BERNICE MCNEICE %DAVID B GARWOOD 30-01-10 Wl12 1/2 MINERAL RIGHTS 7 20 2015 1-MC183 ROGER L & MARY ANN MEIER (WROS) HANKATO ORIGINAL BLK. 19, LOT 6 564 28 2015 1-JB308 JUSTIN MENHUSEN 3EWELL ORIGINAL TOWN - BLOCK 59, 13' OF E SIDE OF LOT 4; 11" OF W SIDE OF LOT 3 17B.62 2015 1-3B309 MERLYN R MENHUSEN %DARRYN HENHUSEN JEWELL ORIGINAL TOWN - BLOCK 59, LOT 5: W 20' OF LOT 4 267.12 2015 1-BE180 BOB NESSER BURR OAK GODFREY'S 3RD ADD. BLK. 7, LOT 3 & S. 1/2 OF 2 71.36 2015 2-JA013C D MICHAEL NEYER 3-1-6 LOTS 3&4 (7.43% HIN RES .53 2015 1-MC236 ROSA MICHAEL HANKATO ORIGINAL BLK. 26, LOT 10 &1/2 VACATED ALLEY 27.18 2015 1-WAO51A CORY & BRANDY HILLER WROS 8-01-09W BEG SE COR SE1/4 TH E 301 TH NL Y 625.55 TH NLY 299.72 TH NLY 97.82 TH N ELY 377.36 TH S 1229.91 TO POB 645.40 2015 2-WA132A PANSY N MILLER. DECEASED %STEVE BILLENWILLMS 1/2 INTEREST IN MINERAL RESERVATIONS NW 22-1-9 3.95 2015 1-BF195 COLE D MODLIN: TANYA L MODLIN; CHAD S BURR OAK BURTONS ADD. BLK. 2, LOTS 1 & 2 203.30 2015 1-WS130C ABE & KARYN MOHLER (WROS) 8 1/2A TR. IN NEOF SE 22-3-7 378.96 2015 1-VI037B SPENCE~ MOHLER A 12 ACRE TRIN NW 6-4-6 456.82 2015 1-FE167 VIRGIL HOHLER, VERNON HOHLER, HONA HOARD %ABRAHAH R & KARYN H HOHLER FORMOSO HAWLEY'S ADDITION - BLK 1, LOTS 14 THRU 17 INCL. 14.08 2015 1-WS261 MONTROSE GRAIN COMPANY, INC. %UNITED GRAIN INC MONTROSE EAST SIDE ADDITION - BLK 4, S 181' OF LOT 20 8.73 2015 1-JB215 GARY MORGAN JEWELL ORIGINAL TOWN BLOCK 44. N 1/2 OF LOT 7: E 28' OF N 1/2 OF LOT 8 138.32 2015 l-FE17~A WARREN & SHARON MORRELL (WROS) %BECKY SIBLEY FORMOSO HAWLEY'S ADDITION - BLK 2. LOTS 8 THRU 13 186.30 2015 1-MD464 MICHAEL & FRANKIE L MOSELEY (WROS) MANKATO CASE ADD. BLK. 27, LOTS 51 & 52 26.54 2015 2-CE029B INTERNATIONAL MINING CORPORATION HIN. RES. IN NE; & N 1/2 OF NW (12 1/2 HA) .49 2015 2-CE036B INTERNATIONAL MINING CORPORATION MIN. RES. IN SE & NWIN 8-3-8 (16HA) .98 2015 2-CE042C INTERNATIONAL MINING CORPORATION MIN. RES. IN SW (14 1/2HA) IN 9-3-8 .49 2015 2-CE062B INTERNATIONAL HINING CORPORATION MIN. RES. IN N 1/2 OF N 1/2 IN 13-3-8 (25 1/2HA) 1.46 ContinuM ~Pa~5 25.90 21 613.74 21-3 5.38 Thursday, August 25, 2016 JEWELL COUNTY RECORD 4A Public Notices (First published August 11, 2016 in the Jewell County Record) Notice of Hearing on Petition for Final Settlement In the District Court of Jewell County, Kansas Case 2015-PR-03 In the Matter of the Estate of Rich- ard R. Roush, deceased The State of Kansas to all persons concerned: You are hereby notified that a peti- tion has been filed in said court by Robert R. Roush as administrator of the estate of Richard R. Roush, de- ceased, asking for final settlement of said estate; for settlement and allow- ance of his account as administrator; for approval of all acts and proceed- ings of such administrator; for com- pensation for him and his attorneys; for a determination of the heirs of the decedent; for assignment of the assets and property of said estate to those entitled thereto; and for all other proper relief; and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before September 2,2016at I 1:00 a.m. of said day, in said court, in the City of Mankato, Kansas, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fail therein, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon said petition. Robert R. Roush, as Administrator of the estate of Richard R. Roush, De- ceased Attest:John L. Bingham (Seal) District Magistrate Judge We.ltmer-Phillips Law Office P. O. Box 303 Mankato, Kansas 66956-0303 (785) 378-3172 Attorneys for Administrator ZNEZ 32-3c Pinkeye treatment Continued from page 3 addition, it covers secretions from the eye so that flies cannot transmit the bacteria to other animals. The length of recovery time gener- ally comes down to the severity of the infection and individual variability. If the animal is immunocompromised for any reason, it won't respond like it should regardless of antibiotic use. If the animal is otherwise healthy, it should respond well to early treatment. Preventative care A preventative herd health program through a veterinarian aids producers in keeping optimal herd health, Tarpeff said. A proper vaccination program manages viruses such as infectious bovine rhinotracheitis, commonly known as IBR, and bovine viral diar- rhea, or BVD, that can affect the sever- Environmental controls to prevent the spread of pink eye include cleaning areas where flies reproduce such as in stagnant pools of water and areas where manure builds up. Clipping pastures may also help -- when cattle graze in tall forages they may scrape their eyes and get the disease. Trimming grasses reduces a physical irritant to the eye. It' s also helpful for cattle to have shade from the UV radiation found in direct sunlight. Post Rock Answers By Neil Cates, Post Rock Extension Children are back to school, nights are cooling down and the sun is setting earlier. All signs that fall is just around the corner. It also is a sign that the time to wean your calves will soon be ap- proaching for some or has already ap- proached for others. Just as heading back to school can be an exciting yet stressful time for kids, weaning time can be stressful for calves. Reducing separation and managing stress, pro- viding proper nutrition, and precondi- tioning against disease increases the value of the calves and improves their performance when they enter the grow- ing and finishing period. Which separation method should 1 use ? Separating calves from their dams causes behavioral changes that lead to stress. Vocalization, walking fences and reduced intake can all result in reduced performance and health con- cerns. Producers should choose the separation method that works best for their operation. Traditional weaning is defined as separating the cows and calves abruptly without any residual contact. Calves may be moved away from the ranch, or they may be con- fined to a dry lot or a small pasture while the cows are taken away from the immediate area. Traditional wean- ing results in vocalization and fence walking which can last up to three days or longer. Fenceline weaning (placing cows and calves on opposite sides of a fence) has been shown to result in fewer vo- calizations, less fence walking and more weight gai~ post-weaning, com- pared to traditional weaning of calves. Fenceline weaning works best using a tight, four or five strand barbwire fence, reinforced with woven wire or electric fence. However, successful fenceline weaning has been accomplished with two strands of electric fence. One key to successful fenceline weaning is en- suring the adjacent pastures share a fence long enough for the cows and calves to spread out and maintain rela- tively close physical proximity. The process takes about five to seven days. Fenceline weaning is best accom- plished by removing cows from the ity of pink eye. pasture the pairs were occupying rather ,,Th,~,~ ~,~ ~,',,,'~-I ,~,,~i,~,,~ for v.a,- than moving thecalves to a new oas- cines to control pinkeye," the veteri- {ure because die calves are accustomed narian said. "Some issues with vac- to the watering location and feeding cines are they are given too close to when the animal becomes infected. It takes two doses and several weeks to build immunity." Moraxella bovis has many types and sub types, which also presents challenges. Vaccines only have cer- tain strains and are not all cross protec- tive. In some cases they are very help- ful but if given too late in the year or if a vaccine is for a different strain, it will not work. Proper nutrition assists in prevent- ing pinkeye. Assuring an animal has all of the essentials to perform well helps to keep its immune system func- tioning. Fly control is also essential, Tarpoff said, since flies spread the disease rap- idly. Effective fly control plans may include insecticide sprays, special ear tags or cattle rubs. facilities. If calves are going to be supplemented, consider supplement- ing the pairs three days a week begin- ning about three weeks prior to wean- ing. Nutrition is a key element in the weight gain and immune response of weaned calves. Milk is rich in energy, protein, vitamins and minerals and needs to be replaced with high quality forage and possibly a supplement to maintain pre-weaning nutrient intake. Unlimited access to fresh, clean water is essential for weaned calves. If the post weaning water source is unfamil- iar to the calves, make accommoda- tions to familiarize the calves. Your nutrition program of course, depends on your weaning site. Native range in the fall is in a state of declining nutrient content. Weaned Continued to page 7 Jewell County Conservation District Field Day Tour The Jewell County Conservation District along with NRCS will hosting a Field Day Tour, Thursday, Sept 8 at 1 p.m. This tour will be an opportunity to meet the new N RCS District Conservationist and to view conservation practices located on 5 sites operated by individual District Board Members. The conservation practices include pipeline, solar pump, livestock watering facility, cover crops, cross fencing, prescribed grazing. Following the tour a meal will be served at the Mankato Community Center, RSVP by Friday, Sept 2. Call 785-378-3961 x133, or email monteimler@ks.nacdnet.net or stop by the USDA Service Center in Mankato for an agenda. This week's report from Inc. Friday, Aug. 19 9 BIk Bulls 423 186.50 50 Mix Steers824 147.50 6 BIk Bulls 511 170.50 9 Mix Steers 683 145.00 6 BIk Heifers 565 161.00 12 BIk Steers809 141.50 6 BIk Heifers 535 159.00 43 Mix Steers882 140.00 8 BIk Heifers 606 151.00 14 BIk Steers951 135.00 42 BIk Heifers 680 150.00 14 Mix Steer 819 94.50 6 Mix Heifers 610 146.50 8 Red Cows 1,1451,900.00 9 Mix Heifers 905 130.00 9 Red Cows 1,1581,900.00 8 BIk Steers 449 183.00 7 BIk Cows 1,2091,800.00 7 Mix Steers 674 159.50 7 Red Cows 1,1821,800.00 15 Mix Steers 577~155.00 7 Mix Cows 1,2301,550.00 8 BIk Steers 736 152.50 6 Mix Cows 1,2441,550.00 66 Mix Steers 847 .149.00 7 Mix Cows 1,35977.50 55 Mix Steers 834 147.50 15 Mix Cows 1,36675.00 Consigned for Friday, Aug. 26 350 BIk Steers, 850-1000 Jon Russell, 785-374-4577, Cell 785-819-6115 Nell Bouray, 402-879-5566 Scott Greene, 785-545-8612 Kelly Bouray, 402-879-3051, Cell 402-879-5567 ! /