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Thursday, December 18, 2008 Sanborn Weekly Journal Page 7 I Buy it. Sell it. Rent it. Find it in the... All classified ads are cash! Minimum charge 25 words or less is $5.00 or billed for Over 25 words is 15 extra per word 75 additional for ads with blind address 55.60 CARDS OF THANKS & NOTICES Minimum charge 35 words or less $7.00 or billed for $7.60 Over 35 words is 15 extra per word For example, if your classified ad contains 26 words, it will figure $5.15; if it is 10 words, it will cost the $5.00 minimum. If we bill you, there is a 60 charge. Public Notices Protect Your Right To Know dreau, SD 57028. Deadline: 12-29-08. EOE. WANTED TO BUY: An- tiques of all kinds - Todd Brueske, 796-4625. SJ4-tfc RN POSITIONS - $3,500.00 sign on bonus, LPN positions - $2,000.00 sign on bonus. For more information con- tact: Bennett County Hospi- tal, DON Kelli Porch, 605- 685-6622 ext. 302. FOR SALE WELDING AND repair of all types at Dick's Weld- ing in Woonsocket, including portable welder. - Call 796- 4374. SJ-tfc TWO-YEAR-OLD hay, $45/ ton. You load. This year's hay, $60/ton, grass/alfalfa mix. Call 605-244-5946, Bison, SD. NOTICES ADVERTISE IN EVERY newspaper in the state for $150.007 You bet! That's the bargain you get with South Dakota Statewide Classified Network (25 words, additional words $5.00 extra). Call this newspaper for more details. port and donations during the year. -Letcher American Legion Post #93 and Auxiliary Commander Donald Moe , ~UUNg: FREIGHT GRAIN LIVEmCK a4 WOONSOCKET. SO The 2x2 Display Ad Network is an easy and affordable display advertising option for you to expand your market and increase your profits through South Dakota newspa- pers. By placing your ad in the 2x2 Display Ad Network your message will be placed in 128 newspapers and reach over .702,000 readers across the state of South Dakota, For more information call your local newspaper or South Dakota Ne~paper Association at... 1-800-658-3697. I II I ElL EL ,TRIC I n " COmmercial " Residential - Farm I I Water lines - TrenchingI L Woonsocket, SD 57385 Cell: 605-350-2263 FOR SALE: Corn fed beef, by the head, 1/2 or 1/4. - Keith Senska, 796-4943. SJl5-2tp FOR SALE: 2002 Yamaha Viper snowmobile, 2,800 miles. Good condition. Call 351-1992. SJ15-2tb FOR SALE: 1,000 gallon LP tank. Call Charles Knigge 796-4343. SJ 16-2tp =i BARTENDER - 3 p.m. - CLOSING, Monday-Thurs- day. - Artesian Longbranch, 527-2373. Leave message. SJ16-2tb NEED STORAGE? Stor- age units for rent. - Call N7 Storage 933-0214 or 796- 4806. SJ 15-tfc I South Dakota / 1 Classifieds I BUILDING STRUCTURES WINTER SAVINGS, FAST delivery on all steel/wood- steel buildings. Great service, great selection, high quality. Sentinel Building Systems, 800-327-0790 ad 26. www. BUSINESS OPPORTUNI- TIES ABSOLUTELY RECESSION PROOF with unlimited po- tential! 30 vending machines and candy for $9,995. 1-800- 459-9918. EMPLOYMENT AVON REPRESENTATIVES NEEDED! You set your own hours; you set your own in- come! Fifty percent commis- sion and bonuses available. Start now to earn extra mon- ey for Christmas!! 1-877-454- 9658. GOOD SAMARITAN SOCI- ETY - Wagner is in need of a full-time day charge nurse. Interested parties contact Theresa Culver, DNS at 605- 384-3661 for further information. MOODY COUNTY AM- BULANCE accepting appli- cations for full-time EMT- Paramedic. Excellent salary/ benefits. Contact HR at 605- 573-1622. Mail resumes: 101 E. Pipstone - Suite F, Flan- Do you have difficulty using the phone because of a hearing loss? Do you always hear the phone ring? Do you have trouble understanding voices on the phone? Different phone equipment might help! TheTelecommunications Equipment Distribution Program has equipment available at no cost to South Dakotans with hearing loss or speech impairments. Call (866) 240-S759 or visit www.sdrelay, com/tedp. ~"" CS~ Human Services Need to find or list a rental property? Start your search at SOU!H DAKOTA DEVELOPMENT AUTHO~ITY Building a better quality of life. 1-877-428-8844 you awake at night? Hotline Thursday, January 8, 2009 Sale Time: 10 a.m. I I 1 I I I I I 1 I 1 1 1 I 1 1 471.45 Acres of Western Miner & Eastern Sanborn County, SD Land - Situated in the Heart of Pheasant Country Near Carthage, SD, with a mixture of Cropland, Pasture and Hunting & Wildlife Production Habitat We will offer the following real property at auction at FARM #1 - Located from Carthage, SD Jct. of 425th Ave. & 222nd St. - 6 miles west on 222nd St. and 3 miles south on 419th Ave. to the NE Comer of Farm #1; from Howard, SD - 9 miles west on Hwy. #34 to the Carthage Oil, then 6 miles north on 425th Ave., 6 miles west on 226th St. and 1/2 mile north on 419th Ave. This auction presents the opportunity to pur- strictive conservation easements according to US chase land that has been in the Zobel Family Fish & Wildlife. The 2007 RE Taxes payable in for over 60 years, that is situated in the heart of 2008 on Tr. "A" (NE 1/4) were $1,348.08 and on some excellent cow-calf and hunting sectors of. "B (NW 1/4) were $770~22. This is a parcel Miner and Sanbom'County, SD. This land offers of land that may be purchased as eithertw itt= a mix of cropland, native and tame grass pas- dividual parcels with Tr. "A" containing a relatively ture, along with some excellent areas of hunting high percentage of cropland or Tr. "B" - which is & wildlife habitat. This property will be offered as virtually 100 percent pasture or as a larger 311.45 FARM #1 - 311.45 Acres in Miner County, SD acre unit that will be well suited to fit the needs - As Tract "A" the NE 1/4, Tract "B" - the NW 1/4 row crop and/or crop-livestock producers. or Tracts "A&B" Combined - the 311.45 Acre Unit FARM #2:160 Acres of Afton Twp., Sanborn and FARM #2 - 160 Acres located in Sanborn Co., SD Land - Located from Carthage, SD (Jct. County, SD. of 425th Ave. & 222nd St.) - 8 miles west on FARM #1: (SALE SITE) - 311.45 Acres of 222nd St. and 2-1/2 miles south on 417th Ave. to Redstone Twp., Miner Co., SD Land - Legal the NW Corner of the Farm; from the NE Corner Desc.: The NE 1/4 and Lots 1 & 2 and the E 1/2 of Farm #1 (Jct. of 419th Ave. & 225th St.) - 1-1/2 NW 1/4, all in Sec. 31, T. 108N., R. 58W., Miner miles west on 225th St. to the Southeast Corner County, SD. Farm #1 will be offered as Tract "A" of Farm #2; the Southwest Corner of Farm #2 is the NE 1/4 - +160 Acres, Tract "B" - the NW 1/4 situated at the Jct. of 225th St. & 417th Ave. Legal - +151.45 Acres or Tracts "A&B" Combined- the Desc.: The SW 1/4 of Sec. 25, T. 108N., R. 59W., 311.45 Acre Unit. Presently Farm #1 is carried Sanborn County, SD. Farm #2 consists of approx. on Miner Co. FSA records as Tract 1527 of Farm 160 acres which has a mix of cropland, pasture #1452 which according to FSAinformation is car- & hunting/wildlife production habitat. Presently ried on their records as a 301.9 acres of farmland Farm #2 is carried on the Sanborn County FSA re- with approx. 147.9 acres of cropland (all of which cords as Tract 28 of Farm #1849 which according is situated in the NE 114, as the NW 1/4 is all in to FSA information presently has approx. 122.7 pasture), with a 72.6 acre corn base with a 32 acres of cropland with a 54.3 acre corn base with bu. direct and 72 bu. CC yield, 47 acre soybean a 38 bu. direct and 66 bu. CC yield and a 54.3 base with a 23 bu. direct and 28 bu. CC yield acre soybean base with a 19 bu. direct and 22 and a 15.3 acre wheat base with a 23 bu. direct bu. CC yield. According to the Sanborn Co. Soil and 28 bu. CC yield. According to the Miner Co. Survey and information obtained from Surety Soil Survey and information obtained from Surety AgriData this property has an average productiv- AgriData this property has an average productiv- ity index of 69. The topography of the cropland on ity index of a 59, although individually Tr. "A" has this farm is generally gently rolling and the pas- a rating of 75 and Tr. "B" has a rating of 42. The ture is gently rolling to rolling. There are remnants quarter section property line between Tracts "A" of an abandoned bldg. site on this land. The pas- & "B" runs through remnants of an abandoned ture contains 2 dugouts and there is also an area existing bldg. site on this property, if divided into with a dugout that is surrounded by trees which individual tracts removal of some or all of these provides a very desirable area for wildlife habitat structures may be necessary to clear the site and & hunting. The 2007 RE Taxes payable in 2008 on install a section of fence to divide the tracts. Tract this property were $1,573.58. Farm #2 is a parcel #2 - Consists of large parcel of pasture which ap- of land that is well suited to fit the needs of a va- ~ears to be native grass pasture with a very hilly riety of buyers including crop-livestock operators, terrain and includes a large dugout and portions hunters and/or investors or others in the market of a creek for water, this is a very good parcel of Sanborn County, SD land: of pasture which is not encumbered by any re- TERMS: CASH -A 15% nonrefundable earnest money payment on the day of the sale and the balance on or before February 27, 2009 with possession. Personal Representative's Deeds will be conveyed and owners title insurance provided with the cost of the owners policies divided 50-50 be- tween the buyer and the estate. All of the 2008 RE taxes payable in 2009 will be paid by the sellers. The total acres are based on the acres stated on the county tax records, with this property sold by the acre with acres to be sold - more or less. The seller does not warranty or guarantee that existing fences lie on the true boundary and new fencing, if any, will be the responsibility of the purchaser pur- suant to SD statutes. FSA yields, bases & payments are estimated and subject to County Committee approval. Information contained herein is deemed to be correct but is not guaranteed. Sold subject to existing easements, restrictions, reservations or highways of record, if any. The RE licensees in this transaction stipulate that they are acting as agents for the seller. Sold subject to confirmation of the Co-Personal Representatives. ~ i lib i l B l i BIB i I1~ mill i i lib MICHAEL ZOBEL ESTATE Mary Ennen & Carmen Preheim - Co-Personal Representatives Sarah Richardson Larson - Attorney for the Estate If you arein the market for cropland, pasture, land with a mix of cropland & pasture and land with some hunting and recreational amenities that is suited to fit the needs of a variety of buyers, then make plans to inspect these properties and plan to be in attendance at this auc- tion. For additional information, contact the auctioneers. DAVENPORT, EVANS, Hurwitz & Smith, L.L.P. - Sioux Falls, SD - ph. 605-336-2880 CHUCK SUTTON - Auctioneer & Land Broker - Sioux Falls, SD - ph. 605-336-6315, WAYNE BESSMAN- RE & Pers. Property Auctioneer - Madison, SD - ph. 605-256-4980 TERRY HAIAR - RE Auctioneer & Assodate Broker - Alexandria, SD - ph. 605-239-4626