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7A JEJNELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, August 25, 2016 ......................... T ...... assifieds Phone 402-879-3291 or 785-378-3191 or come to 148 E. Third in Superior or 1t'1 E. Main in Mankato to placeyour ad. and household items for Sharon Pallas. Montgomery Auction and Re- alty in charge of sale. 14-32-5c SATURDAY, OCT. 1, 1350 N. Park St., Superior, Neb. Selling real es- tate, antiques, collactibles and house- hold items for the late Richard Wilford. Mikkelesn Real Estate and Auction LLC, in charge of sale. 14-32-8p SATURDAY, OCT. 8, CommUnity Center in Red Cloud, Neb., 9 a.m. Selling 144 lots of clocks. Uve and intemet bidding with proxibid, for the Goebel Estate. Montgomery Auction and Realty in charge of sale. 14-32-9c SATURDAY, OCT. 8, 33 N. Walnut St., Red Cloud, Neb., starting at noon. Selling 2011 FI50 pickup, 2002 GMC pickup, JD60 tractor, guns, tools, col- lactibles for the Leo Goebel Estate. Montgomery Auction and Realty in charge of sale. 14-32-9c SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, North- east Guide Rock, Neb., 9:30 a.m. Selling modem ranch house, Morton building on one plus acres land. Also tractors, pickup, car, household and collactibles for the Richard Kimminau Estate. Montgomery Auction and Realty in charge of sale. 14-34-10c 15-Opportunities CALLAWAY KITE Right, Sept. 3 and 4. Giant kites, kite making, horse rides, vendors and more. 10a-4p, $3 admis- sion. Details: www.facebook.com/ CallawayKiteFlight. 15 TRAIN AT home now. Begin a career in healthcare, computers, accounting and more. Online career training! HS diploma. GED and computer-internet needed. 1-888-926-6058 TrainOn ineNow.com 15 For the last 103 years the Wild Native Sunflower has been the State Flower of Kansas. This one stands tall in a road ditch east of Ionia. 24-Real Estate FOR SALE or rent: 1435 N. Idaho St., Superior, Neb. Would carry on con- tract for qualified person. Central heat and air, three bedrooms. Ideal for single or couple. 308-650-9558, 308- 16-Misc. for Sale 546-2618. 24-34-tfc HOUSE FOR Sale: ranch style house, FOR SALE: Electric fryer: boils and three bedroom, two bath, full base- steams up to 14 lb. turkey. Cookout ment, attached garage, detached Co., used once, includes all accesso- 14x20 garage. Good location in Byron, des. $40. Honda electric start, self- NOb. Call Kevin at 785-527-3439 or charging, self-propelled, 5-speed 402-236-8819 and leave a message. mower with mulcher and bagger,:11/2 24-32-3c years old, $650. Cabella's heavy duty 15-inch jerky blaster, $20. 402-639- BAYARD, NE, convenience store, 8706. 16-31 -tfc dell, food, alcohol, tobacco, Lotto, ga- fuel. 3,000 sq. ft. operating space, FOR SALE: Winchester gun and of- Main Street,,going business. Morrow rice safes 402-235-8619. 16-2-tfc Realty LLC at 308-262-1207. 24 MILEAGE BOOKS for sale from Su- 25-Mobile Homes per/or Publishing Co. Help keep track of travel expenses for the I.R.S. LENDERS OFFERING $0 clown for 16-38-tfp 16-Misc. for Sale PORTABLE OXYGEN concentrator? May be covered by Medicare. Re- claim independence and mobility with the compact design and long-lasting battery of Inogen One. Free informa- tion kit. Call 800-731-1968 16 21-Feed and Seed FOR SALE: Small square hay bales, twine-tied. Call 402-879-5100. 21-33-2p 22'Vehicles land owners. Roll your new home and land ]mp(0vernb6t~ ~hto =on~ ioack- age. Discount national pricing on Breeze II doublewide and our 60th Anniversary singlewide. Trade-ins welcome. 866-858-6862 25 26-Notice 1 lth ANNUAL U.S. 36 Treasure Hunt Sept. 16, 17, 18. Antiques and ga- rage sales - St. Francis to Elwood, 400 miles across Kansas. Details about maps and listings www.us hwy36.com 26 Post Rock Answers By Neff Cates, Post Rock Extension Continued from page 4 calves grazing native range in the fall will most likely require supplemental feed depending on the targeted weight gain. Calves moving from grazing to dry lot for weaning must learn to eat from a bunk. Bunk space needs to be adequate (one and a half to two/hd) for the number of calves being weaned. Maintaining feed intake is crucial. Feeding long stern'high quality grass hay the first two:or three days post- \ 2012 Ford F250 Superior Duty Larlet 4x4 Truck Two-tone brown with 49K bedliner, flipover ball, stepdown tailgate, sunroof, heated leather, navigation Beautiful, clean truck, inside and out, $35,900 OBO. Call 785-527-3568 or 785-527-3208 -.~.2c 23-Recreational SET OF golf clubs, complete with bag and shoes. 402-879-3805. 23-34-1c We Want You Blue Hill 5 Star Quality Care is accepting applications for a Director of Nursing, RN charge nurse and CNA/MA's We offer 8 or 12 hours shifts for charge nurses and aides. PT/FT/PRN positions available. We offer shift differentials, weekend differential and benefits with Sign on bonus for FT permanent positions: $1,500 for a FT RN Equal opportunity $1,000 for FT CNNCMA Employer Blue Hill Care Center 414 N. Witlson St., Blue Hill, Neb. 68930 402-756-2080 email secton@Ssel.com or apply online at Fivefivestarseniorliving.com 34-2( www.agriaffiliates.com Clay Center Farm 151 irrigated acres for sale south of Clay Center, Nebraska Exceptional producer with great soils and water, fight on Highway 14. Adam D. Pavelka, J.D. (402)984-7744 (402)519-2777 ( AGR! AFFILIATES, INC. weaning, works well to start calves on feed. After two or three days, begin adding some energy feeds to the diet. The diet can be delivered as a total mixed ration or the energy feed can be top-dressed on the hay. Fermented feeds such as silage should be avoided until calves are eat- ing well, as it is not highly palatable to them. Additionally, energy is impor- tant but energy sources high in starch such as corn should be limited to 50 perecent or less of the dietary dry mat- ter. Weaning is a critical time on your operation. This stage of the production cycle can either set you and the calves up for success or failure. Regardless of if you wean in August or November use traditional or fenceline separation, or wean on grass or in a pen, have a plan in place and make sure you have the necessary accommodations. JewelFC0. m0ries August 21, 1896 Peach trees were breaking under the weight of their load of fruit, but immense flocks of blackbirds were destroying much fruit. With their building in need of much attention, members oftheJewell Chris- tian Church were raising funds for paint and steeple repairs. J.S. Fisher had occasion to hurry and as he started down an alley some loafers stopped him and asked if he was being chased by an officer. Mrs. H. O. Sluyter had been suffer- i;iii~iii~i~iii~iii]iiiiiiiii]i~ii~ii!!~ii!!iiiiiiii!i;i!iii!i~i!;i~ii~i!i~i~i~i~iiiii!~iii~i~i~iii~!~i~i;i~i~iiiii!iii:!i!i~i~i!i~iii~i~iiili!:ii!i The Pioneer Field Tour Day last Wednesday was well attended. Darrell and Damon Bohnert Pioneer Seed Reps, Jewell, sponsored the event. Following an afternoon of viewing crops in Jewell County the day was topped off with a meal served by the Bohnerts and other family members at the Jewell Community Center. Area youths were invited to the drained the pool for the season. The ing for a week with a sandbur in her finger. Her hand was badly swollen and causing her to have the chills. The people who were trying to keep the melted marrow from running out of their bones on Saturday had their coats' on Monday. Such was and is Kansas weather. Tom Karstetter received a carload of ice shipped in from Minnesota. A two-year-old Republic county child was lost all-night in a corn field. A big search party was called out but the child wasn't found until morning. He was asleep when found. A love-sick youth at Beatrice crawled into a straw stack and set it on fire before shooting himself. His body was cremated by the fire. In the editor's words, "Frank Bevington's residence looks very tony since its completion." www.agriaffiliates.com Coiburn Farm-Webster County 80 & 160.3 acres for sale south of Blue Hill, Nebraska This is a quality combination farm with non-irrigated cropland, pasture, and hayland. Adam D. Pavelka, J.D. (402)984-7744 (402)519-2777 AGR! AFFILIATES, INC ~ - Ranch Rei E,r~ate..CervicGs... Kansas Real Estate For Sale Majestic 3-story, 6 PRICE REDUCED bedroom home ready to be finished as you desire! New roof, windows, wir- ing, insulation, AC and 2 furnaces, wa- ter heater, siding yet to be installed. Ready 308 N Commercial, to be your gorgeous home! Mankato t17 N Commercial, Mankato PRICE REDUCED 605 N High, Mankato Beautiful 4 bedroom, two bath large Victorian home on corner lot has updated kitchen, main floor laundry, double car garage, heated workshop, 20x30 shed, wraparound porch and landscaped yard. Restored stained glass windows and gor- geous woodwork make this unique home a must see! Cute 2 bedroom, one bath remodeled home has new windows, new front deck, central heat and air with detached single car garage and 417 S Lincoln, Mankato fenced in backyard. Must see! Stylistic Shears building in Mankato with 1,972 square foot on main floor and 2,000 sq. ft. upstairs. Updates include win- dows, roof, high-effi- ciency furnace and partitions which can be removed, if desired, Very nice intedor! Gerald Zimmer Auction For more information or to 8( Real Estate schedule an appointment to view these homes, call Beloit, Kan., 67420 Deborah Warne 785-738-2010 785-3 78-3008 www.zauction-palaee.eom Mankato Municipal Swimming Pool Thursday evening to observe and assist as the Mankato Volunteer Fire Department firemen provided the popsicles and the youths were encouraged to get wet. enrollment of 140 the previous year. August 25, 1916 community's-visitors a good time. Plans for building a hopperdozer The Hessian fly hasn't had much to C.F. Wood's house was struck by were published in newspapers through- eat so far. If we can keep his cupboard lightning, out the area. The device included a pan bare for another month, he will have to The Jewell Schools were set to open that was filled with Water and kerosene emigrate. Sept. 4 with~ 1 ] t~dchers ~dtninig- ~ in which to trap the dozed up grasshop, = Thursda2 ahd Fri~y'werebig car- tr'atdrs. Tuition was $3 "a~hmth ~6rs ............... " nival days in Randall'. |twas noted the high~ geho6f stffdeflt~' an~CST/50 fb~r C R Seeley offered to throw in residents of Randall knew how to take elementary school pupils. The high furniture if one or two school boys care of a big crowd and show the school had 39 graduates and a total would rent the large room he had avail- able. We will offer for sale to the highest bidder at public auction the following real estate and personal property located at 210 East 6th St., Superior, NE Beginning at 11 a.m. Real Estate will set at 12:30 p.m. j Announcements day of auction take precedence over advertising. All licensees of Mikkelsen Real VEHICLE 2010 Chevrolet Impala LTZ4 door. Red paint w/ polished aluminum wheels, spoiler, Flex Fuel 3.9 Litra V-6, 9,100 actual miles, this car is like new ; iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiili!i!ili!iiiiiiiiiii iii?iiiii~iiiiii;iiiiiiii~ii~!i~!~ i~;~ilili~iiii;! GUNS, FISHING AND HUNTING Sears and Roebuck JC Higgins Model 583.4 shotgun Old Ithaca dbl. barrel shotgun Colt PTFA pistol barrel Remington wood amrno box 12 - Boxes 12 ga, shotgun shells Old paper shotgun shells fishing equipment Wood duck decoys Outers blue rock thrower Sentry personal safe TOOLS Craftsman radial arm saw on stand Craftsman 8 in. bench drill Craftsman disc belt sander Craftsman 10 in. band saw Craftsman 12 in, wood lathe Craftsman lathe duplicator (new) Craftsman wood lathe tools Ladders, wheelbarrow pole climbing gear Wheel grindstone Miscellaneous hand and power tools Lawn and garden tools TERMS: 3% BUYER PREMIUM UNLESS PAID WITH CASH OR CHECK with proper I.D, Property is yeers when bid off. All items sold "AS IS. Description to the best of our ability However, the owners, auctioneers and pnnter make no warranties, expressed or implied. The owners and auction company are not responsible for any stolen or misplaced property or acddents. No property removed until settled for All announcements day of sale take precedence over written advertising : DESCRIPTION: 2 1/2 story Victedan home. Main level consists of I master bedroom w/bath Forman living room and dining room, kitchen and 1/2 bath. Beautiful open staircase to 2nd story which consists of 3 large bedrooms, 1 bath and sunporch. Walk-up unfinished attic. Approximately 2,280 square feet, unfinished basement is 1,010 sq. ft Central heating and air condi- tioning and solar heating. 2 car detached garage with attached workshop. Vinyl siding, 50 tt. x 135 ft. corner lot This home is very unique and ornate with beautiful woodwork, built-ins and fireplace, LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Lots 7 and 8 Block 14 Original Town of Superior, Nuckolls County, Nebraska TAXES: 2015 taxes and all prior years to be paid by seller 2016 taxes will be pro-rated to date of closing 2015 taxes were in the estimated amount of $843.36 TERMS: Immediate possession upon final settlement. Closing to occur within approximately 30-45 days. Purchase of real estate IS NOT contingent upon financing. 20% of sale prise eemest deposit required on day of auction, balance due in certified funds at dosing "title insurance will be used and the costs will be split 50-50 between buyer and seller. Ideal Title LLC of Superior, Nebraska will be the escrow agent, escrow fees will be sprit 50-50 between buyer and seller. To be sold "As Is' "Where Is" with no warranties expressed or implied, All statements herein are believed to be correct, However, the auction firm, sellers and printers make no warranties, either expressed or implied Information obtained from courthouse records, government agency offices is believed to be correct All announcements day of auction take precedence over any printed matedal Estate and Auction LLC are representing the seller as seller's agent in this transaction. FOR PHOTOS, GO TO MIKKELsENAUCTIONSoCOM APPLIANCES COLLECTIBLES (White In Color) Will Rogers portrait Lone Wolf picture 1984 Hesston belt buckle and other collectible belt buckles Whirlpool refrigerator Sun heater Farmal1806 toy tractor Whirlpool stacking washer and dryer Toshiba fiat screen ]'V Old metal wood grader toy FU RNITU RE (Modern and Antique) Old cast iron and metal toys Copper tea kettles Several old local business advertising pieces Antique Birdseye maple bedroom sat Ornate iron bed Old Superior High School memorabilia Copper boiler Hadderff small upright piano, very ornate and good condition Coca-Cola boxes and bottles Wooden keg 1920smusic cabinetWood square granite top stand Oval and bubble glass pcture frames Pitcher point Glass claw foot square top stand Large wooden trunkMannequin Croquet set Cedar chest Fern stand Daze butter churn Crock bowls 5-Leg oak table Pine child's rocker Harness hanes Radio Flyer wagon Retro dresser and chest of drawers Antique wood high chairs Wood porch posts Dionne quintuplet dolls Midney shaped top wooden desk Antique spool cabinet Old Barbie dolls, clothes and cases Silhouette pictures Antique oak dresser w/mirror Leather baby shoes and bonnets Ice cream parlor table and chairs Wicker baby buggy Straight razors and shaving cup Oak rocker 6-Drawer treadle sewing machine Embroidered handemhiefs, pillowcases, linens, towels and Mantle clock Oak kitchen clock Drop front oak desk miscellaneous pieces Gate leg table Howard Miller grandfather clock Shoe lathe ice tongsOld kitchen utensils Oak veneer rocker Hard rock maple end tables Okinawa Japan wood and bamboo pieces Oak TV stand La-Z-Boy sofa sleeper w/matching love seat from Korean War era Upholstered cane back chair La-Z-Boy reclioer Handcrafted wicker baskets Coffee grinder Glider rocker Queen size bed Kerosene lamps 5-Drawer chest of drawers End table Nebraska Centennial decanter Husker trash can and memorabilia GLASSWARE Nebraska University Pepsi bottles Roseville No 368 bowl Old Fiesta ware dishes Old cameras and accessories, old books and records Very large assortment of green and pink Depression, black am- Jewelry Large shooter marbles ethyst, Foster/a, Carnival and clear glass items Kennedy, Harding, Nixoo and others presidential campaign RoseviJle and McCoy pieces Pink Fenton buffet set buttons and pins Black teapot w/cranmer and sugar Occupied Japan Old pocket and wrist watches Old pocket knives Mug style toothpick holders Hippou china dish Carved ivory pieces Stereo scope and cards 12-P/ace Ken china set, "Silver Pine" pattern Seller blue vase Brass pieces Bedding, blankets Cup and sauce~ collection German plates Silverware and chest Lawn ornaments Hersay glass Ber~ set Lawn chairs Pink Depression pitcher, cracker jar and other miscellaneous pieces Marigold Carnival bowl Glass pedestal cake plates McCoy frog Bamboo sakia sat Game bird glasses Pyrex and Fire King bakeware Van Bdggle pottery pieces I AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: All items are in excellent condition, everything is nice and Seller: H u Ida (H oney) Schaaf Estate estate sale. clean. Plan on attending this exceptional ..... Mikkelsen Real Estate & Auction LLC Aucllonsef Gale Mikkelsen, Real Estate Broker & Auctioneer, Corey Mikkelsen, Auctioneer, Appraiser & Real Estate Salesperson Matt Becker, Auctioneer Nell Bouray, Auctioneer 356 East 3rd Street, Superior, NE 68978 Phone: 402-879-4464 E-Mail: mikkelsenre@gtmc.net Website: mikkelsenauctions,com