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Times NEWS Winchester Trunk or Treat scheduled for Halloween night. See page A2

Otherwise occupied. See page A2 Bluffs September Students of the Month. See page A3

SPORTS Lady Cougars split games last week. See page A7

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By CARMEN ENSINGER Scott County Times Students in Dr. Claire Coonrod’s archaeology class at Winchester High School held a ceramic’s lab at the Old School Museum where they went through tons of pieces of pottery dug from Dorsey’s Ditch around 10 years ago. “For many of these kids this is their first time working with pottery pieces so I am walking them through it,� Dr. Coonrod said. “That is how I learned it – hands on learning. They are sorting it according to rim, body and base and are basically constructing an inventory.� There are 50 five-gallon buckets full of pottery pieces that were discovered around 10 years ago when the city was widening the street on Maple Street. “I was working as an archaeologist with the Illinois State Archaelogy Survey at the University of Illinois when the city contacted me,� Dr. Coonrod said. “They were widening the street and ran across a lot of pottery so they knew they had found something.� At this point Dr. Coonrod

said she started digging into land titles and realized that this property was owned by the first potter in Winchester. “It was owned by a man named Harrison and then by Thomas Kilpatrick and George Ebey,� Dr. Coonrod said. “Then Ebey split off in 1840 and moved outside of town and it was sold to a man named Nash who was also a potter and he owned it up until the Civil War. So that particular property was a kiln site that was sold to several different potters over the years.� Dr. Coonrod thinks most of the pieces pre-date the Civil War going back to 1840. “We found one piece that had a stamp on it and that stamp was Thomas Kilpatrick,� she said. “The oldest piece of stamped pottery in Illinois was found at the Edwards Place House in Springfield and that was a Thomas Kilpatrick piece. It was found in a privy and that privy dated to 1841 so this piece here in our museum is potentially the oldest stamped piece of pottery in Illinois.� As for the students, they were tasked with creating an inventory of the pieces includ-

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Dr. Claire Coonrod talks to students about the dig at Dorsey's Ditch, which revealed thousands of pieces of pottery which possibly date back to 1840.

ing identifying the interior and exterior glazes, identifying how many are salt glazed, how many are Albany slipped and how many are unglazed. They also did a minimum vessel count and told what forms are represented such as if the piece belong to a bowl, vase, jug or some other form. “You can actually tell what a piece belonged to from these

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little pieces,� Dr. Coonrod said. “I can look at a piece and tell right away because I have been doing it for years but you can look at certain shapes of rims and bases and the curvature of the body and envision what that piece might have been part of.� Dr. Coonrod spent about four days digging up the 50 five-gallon buckets of shards

from a one meter by two meter area and going down one meter. “It was almost like a layer cake of ceramic shards,� she said. “A lot of what we have here are seconds – the fire in the kiln might have gotten too hot or it was just a bad firing. Sometimes they would try to (See, ARCHAEOLOGY, A2)

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Logan Osterman, Jack Alberts and Raymond Jefferson go through a five gallon bucket of pottery shards that were recovered 10 years ago on Maple St. when the city of Winchester was widening the street. More than 50 buckets of ceramic pieces were found on the site which could date back to 1840.

By BETH ZUMWALT Scott County Times Bluffs Village President, Linda Sapp, was cautiously optimistic when she updated the village board on Bluffs’ attempt to attract a Dollar General Store. She apprised the board of the progress at the Oct. 2 meeting. “We have agreed to trade our senior center with the food pantry building and the bank has agreed to sell a portion of it’s lot,� Sapp said. “If we close the street, we will meet the minimum requirements for space and parking lot.� Sapp cautioned she has heard nothing official from The Dollar General Corporation but believes Bluffs is on the short list for new stores. The process may be a lengthly one, with the village being required to hold a public hearing for the swap of the two buildings, finding a new senior center, getting appraisals and other details. “None of it is complicated, just time consuming,� Sapp said. “Dollar General has told us what they need and we have put a package together.� The board also heard from Chuck Pine, Scott County’s representative on the Scott-Morgan-

“None of it is complicated, just time consuming. Dollar General has told us what they need and we have put a package together.�

Linda Sapp Bluffs Village president on the possibility of a Dollar General coming to town.

Cass Crimestoppers Board. “We want to get Scott more involved,� Pine said. “We want to put signs at all four entrances into town with the Crimestoppers phone number on them.� Village board member Tim Welch asked if this would replace the Neighborhood Watch, currently in place and active. “No, it will be in addition to the Neighborhood Watch,� Pine said. (See, DOLLAR GENERAL, A2)

Second annual Ladies Winchester awards contract for sanitary sewer extension Night Out Oct. 18 By BETH ZUMWALT Scott County Times Ladies Night Out in Winchester was a huge success last year and organizers are hoping it will be this year also. The event will strart at 5 p.m. Friday, Oct. 18 and wrap up in time for everyone to make the home football game versus Brown County. “We have 17 vendors so far, “Jackie Kuchy, organizer of the event, said. “And 14 businesses will be open.� The evening will include raffle tickets for a number of good prizes, refreshments, and special give-aways. “Plus individual businesses will be offering special events, sales and prizes,� Kuchy said. Kuchy said the Great Scott Market will be offering a box for donations that will be donated to the Outreach (See, NIGHT OUT, A2)

1HZVWRUH RQWKHVTXDUH LQ:LQFKHVWHU By BETH ZUMWALT Scott County Times Those attending Ladies Night Out will have an extra stop on the trip around the square. Square Trade is a new store at 10 E. Cross Street. “It’s a good group of ladies including myself that have mixed a lot of things together,� MacKenzie BrownGeische, owner of the business, said. Brown-Geische says she has 12 women including herself that sell a mixture of gifts, household items, home furnishings and decor. The store has antiques, re-pur(See, NEW STORE, A2)

By CARMEN ENSINGER Scott County Times Winchester City Council awarded a contract for the Mechanic Street Sanitary Sewer Extension at the Oct. 2 meeting. City Engineer Reg Benton was also in attendance and reminded the council that the council allowed Benton and Associates to solicit proposals waiving the typical bidding process. “If the city wants to they can waive the bidding process and accept this proposal,� Benton said. “Our recommendations is the lowest bid from Brian Shafer Plumbing to be done in accordance with the IEPA permit that was secured.� Benton said the original estimate for the project was in the area of around $100,000. The bid came in much lower than expected with the total project cost, including Benton’s $12,500 engineering fees will not exceed $60,000. Superintendent of Public Works John Simmons suggested the city get new “Welcome to Winchester� signs.

“I’ve looked at signs in other towns and other than the one at Daws Funeral Home, ours look like crap,� Simmons said. “One is broken and leaning and they haven’t been updated in years. I think they need to be looked at and improved and maybe do some landscaping around them and make them stand out.� Simmons also suggested the city purchase a jon boat for use on the lagoon ponds at a cost of $600. “A lot of times people don’t want you to borrow their boat for out there,� Simmons said. “This boat would be perfect for us because it has bars on the side for stability. We have been treating the lagoons with some bugs that keeps the sludge down and in the future we can do it ourselves and save a ton of money.� The council approved the purchase of the boat at a cost of $600 which also included a trolling motor. The city is trying to come up with a solution to dealing with ordinance violations. Taking the individuals to (See, EXTENSION, A2)


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Winchester Trunk or Treat scheduled for Halloween night By CARMEN ENSINGER Scott County Times Terri Little approached the Winchester City Council on Oct. 2 to obtain approval to block off the north side of the square on Oct. 31 for Trunk or Treat. “Last year we had around 350 children and we had so many participants that we almost had to spill onto the other side of the square,� Little said. “We had a lot of cars handing out candy and we feel like it keeps the children safer than going from door to door.� Winchester Mayor Rex McIntire sees it as nothing but a good thing. “In addition to providing a safe area for kids to trick or treat, it also brings

a lot of business to the bowling alley and the Pittstop,� he said. “The Civic Group will also be having a costume contest.� After Halloween, the Civic Group plans to jump in full force to get ready for Hometown Xmas and in the meantime decorate the square for fall. “I’m here to ask for permission to decorate for both fall and Christmas,� Bobbi Jo Smith said. “We want permission to use the electrical outlets for the lights.� Smith said last year there were only four power outlets that were working around the entire square and was wondering if they would be working this year. “We were hoping we would have that conduit in but I don’t see how

we possibly can before Christmas, McIntire said. “I just think its great that you have the initiative to do this.� Smith said they plan to have 60 to 65 memory trees that will need to be decorated Hometown Christmas will be Dec. 7 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and the community room of the new city hall will be used for vendors set up. It was also announced that the high school will have another parade at 6 p.m. that night. “We won’t light the square till that night after the parade,� McIntire said Katie Gregory reported that the Civic Group will be holding a 5k on Oct. 26 at 10 a.m. Registration would be at 9 a.m. and plans are to start and finish at the park.

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Ringside seat There is no better seat than the side of the track to watch a football game. Paxton, Croy and Chelsey Suttles brought their blanket and snacks to watch the West Central Cougars take on the Carrollton Hawks in Carrollton last Friday night.

Steve Hilberg will talk about the CoCoRaHS program, an on line, nationwide volunteer precipitation monitoring program that provides vital precipitation information to agricultural and scientific organizations. There is no cost to attend. Register on line at https:// go.illinois.edu/rain or by calling 217-243-7424 by Oct.10. Q West Central Cougar Boosters will met Oct. 15 in the Winchester High School Library at 5:15. Always looking for new members. Q Winchester Ladies Night Out, Oct.18-5-7 p.m.

Night out and cold earlier plus we wanted to avoid conflicts with The Christmas Parade and other activities that time of year, so we moved it up a month.

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The public is invited to Morgan County HCE’s International Day Thursday, Oct. 17. It will be held at the Morgan County Extension Office, 104 N. Westgate Avenue in Jacksonville beginning at 1:30 pm. This year the group is learning about the county of India. The program will include samples of Indian food and information about the history, customs, and culture of India. There will be a slide show of photos from India. Our guest speaker, Pam Gass, will tell about her travels in India. The Illinois Association for Home and Community Education has proclaimed the week of Oct. 14 to 18 as HCE Week. Those attending International Day will not only learn about India but will find out more about our Morgan County HCE.

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Q Winchester UMC Fall Burgoo Week will start Oct. 8 with noodle night, Oct. 11 veggie prep and set up for the Oct. 12 Burgoo 7 a.m. Kettle service available. Q A community collaborative rain, hail and snow (CoCoRaHS) monitoring will hold a class Oct 10 at 6 p.m. in the Winchester Extension Office. If you like keeping track of rain and snow events, and would like to share your recordings, come to this 90-minute training that will show you how to record and submit your information on-line. Retired Illinois climatologist

(Continued from A1) Center. The event is earlier this year than the inaugural event. “Last year it got dark

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posed items and new items, gift items and much more “It’s funny. The younger people come in looking for older stuff and the older people come in to look at newer stuff,� Brown Geische said. “We have a line of jewelry that has been very popular with all ages.� Brown-Geische said she has always wanted to have her own business and when the Old Fellow’s Building became available, she took the leap. “It took me two minutes to come up with the name,� she

said. The store is open Saturdays, from 9-4, Sunday,1-4 Submitted photo and for special events such as Ladies Night Out, Christmas on the Square, etc. “We are considering opening more hours in the future,� Brown Geische said. “Maybe on Friday nights when there is a home athletic event, to try to attract some out of town traffic.� The store has a Facebook page.

Dollar General (Continued from A1) The board agreed to work with Pine and help with the installation of the signs. Next month, the board should hear an update on

the new water tower. The engineer has all the information he needs and will hopefully have a tentative design ready for viewing at the next meeting.

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(Continued from A1) court costs around $2,000 for each violation. City Attorney John Paul Coonrod proposed that the city look into creating a municipal court to enforce the ordinances. “I thought that one thing we could do was set up our own municipal court and hire a judge to come in a few hours a month,� he said. “Benefit is that it can be done quickly and cheaply as opposed to me filing in Circuit Court.� Coonrod said they could also see if other towns would like to enter into an intergovern-

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mental agreement to share the cost. Two requests were received for funds from the TIF Façade Program. One is located at 27 South Main and the other one is at Studio 29, located next door. Both buildings need roof work done. Abe Kuntz acquired the building at 27 South Main and the projected cost of a new roof is around $26,000. The maximum amount of funding is 25 percent up to $5,000. The cost estimate for the roof repairs at Studio 29, owned by Scott and Kelli Gregory, is around $24,000. This building also qualifies for the $5,000 maximum.

Archaeology (Continued from A1) sell them as seconds but if they were too misshapen or not good enough to be a second they would just throw them out and so these were thrown out over the years making these layers.� Dr. Coonrod had counted and weighed all 50 buckets inventorying everything. “We counted everything and we tried to create a minimum vessel count and created the display that is in the museum,� she said.

“We were able to reconstruct enough of the pieces so they could be on display.� Dr. Coonrod has given several presentations over the years to local groups such as the Kiwanis Club and PEO. But for now the pottery pieces remain a teaching tool. “I teach about this every year at the school and I plan to keep bringing the kids here to do this ceramics lab,� she said. “So I don’t want to do a dissention of these artifacts because they are a great teaching tool.�

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Crime Stoppers Crime Stoppers of Morgan, Scott and Cass Counties are requesting information to assist the Jacksonville Police Department in their investigation of a recent burglary. Sometime between 8 p.m. and 11:30 p.m. Sept. 25; unknown person(s) removed a motorcycle from a garage located in the 100 block of Spaulding Place. Taken was a 2018 Icebear 125cc Grom Replica Motorcycle. The motorcycle’s value exceeds $1500.

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Chosen for the Bluffs September Student of the Month is Mitchell Douvikas, a seventh grader and son of Jace Douvikas and Allison Arnold. He says his favorite actives are video gams, playing sports with football being his favorite. He says he also enjoys spending time with his dad and

playing with his grandma’s dog, when ever she comes to his house. Alexis Bruns is the Bluffs High School September Student of the Month. She is a junior and the daughter of Autumn Bruns and Jason Kroger. Her interests are drawing, running and watching movies.

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soil tests show high levels of zinc which can be toxic to plants and could cause leaf chlorosis. QImpact on pests – Asian cockroach prefers rubber mulch over others. Q Flammability – When ignited rubber mulch is most difficult to extinguish. Q Decomposition – Rubber mulch is not permanent. As the product decomposes breakdown products such as heavy metals, plasticizers, and accelerators are released into the environment. Q Human Health Concerns – There is building evidence on toxins identified in crumb rubber. (The material used to cushion artificial turf) Crumb rubber is a near-identical material as rubber mulch, it is just much smaller. Studies have shown athletes playing on artificial turf with crumb rubber gain high exposure to these toxins through inhalation of the dust stirred up from play. There are, however, no similar studies on rubber mulch. Convenience is rubber mulch’s primary benefit. Rubber mulch comes in a variety of colors to suit a homeowner’s plant palette and home dĂŠcor. Along with being easy to apply, rubber mulch is also easy to find as it is sold in most garden centers. Additionally, rubber mulch’s decomposition rate is much slower than comparable mulches so reapplication is infrequent. Rubber mulch is commonly used on playground surfaces and for good reason as this material works exceptionally well at cushioning impacts. Finally, an interesting point brought up by Dr. Chalker-Scott is that the EPA classifies tires not dumped in an approved landfill as pollutants. So how does this differ from the legal “dumpingâ€? of shredded tires as landscape mulch? Good Growing Tip of the Week: While rubber mulch adds little, horticulturally speaking, to your garden and landscapes, there are many alternatives to rubber mulch. Course wood chips, compost, shredded leaves perform well as mulch and can help build soil structure.

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27 West Cherry Street Pastor Cindy Colbert 217-742-3311 Sunday School – 9:30 am Morning Worship – 10:30 am Everyone welcome

217-473-4110 Sunday School - 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship - 10:30 a.m. Evening Worship - 6 p.m. Wednesday Prayer & Bible Study - 6 p.m. Office open 3rd Wednesday of each month from 2:30-5:30 p.m.

Alsey Baptist Church Sunday School-9:30 a.m. Worship Service-10:30 a.m. Youth Group-7 p.m. on Wednesday Grades 6th-12th Pastor Jeff Daak

Bloomfield Baptist Church

Terry Beauchamp- Pastor 224-326-4551 Corner of Cherry and Maple Winchester, IL 62694 Sunday Services 9:30 a.m. and worship 10:30 a.m.

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Bluffs Baptist Church

404 East Street Manchester, IL 62663 Pastor Shawn at 217-587-2761

Christ Lutheran Church 125 W. Jefferson 217-742-3919 Rev. Richard Harre, Vacancy Pastor Sunday, October 13: Divine Service, 10:30a.m. Wednesday, October 16: Confirmation Classes at Trinity Lutheran Church, Bluffs: 2nd Year - 2:30p.m. 3rd Year - 4:15p.m. 1st Year-5:30p.m.

Cornerstone Baptist Church 226 Cornerstone Drive Winchester, IL 62694 Church Phone: 217-742-8000 Pastor Ted Rhoades: 217-742-5841

First Baptist Church of Winchester Church: 217-742-3480 Email: fbcwinchester@frontier.com Website: fbcwinchester.com Office hours: Monday – Thursday 8 a.m. - 12 p.m.

First Christian Church 20 N. Main 8JODIFTUFS *-t fccwin@irtc.net Pastor Alan Bradish First Sunday Fellowship with coffee and donuts 9 a.m. Children’s Sunday School during service Sunday Worship 10 a.m. Bible Study 2nd-5th Sundays 9:15 (while interest continues)

Freedom Family Worship Center 428 N. Commercial, Winchester 217-883-3763 Pastor Gary Wells (Non-Denominational) Morning Worship 10 am Children's Sunday School during Service Country Gospel (Potluck 1st and 3rd Sundays) Come Expecting a Blessing! Everyone Welcome IF YOU

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New Song Ministries 1465 Exeter Road Bluffs Pastor David VanGiesen 217-754-3718 Morning Worship - 10:30 a.m. Childrens Church - 10 a.m. Wednesday Prayer and Bible Study - 6:30 p.m.

Pleasant Hill Baptist Church Route 106 - One mile south of Alsey Pastor Eric Kirgan 217-742-3202 Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Sunday Morning Worship 10:30 a.m. Sunday Evening Worship 6 p.m. Everyone Always Welcome

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Winchester United Methodist Church at Work! 20 N. Walnut Rev. Robin R. Lyons: 217-742-3610 Email: winchesterumc@frontier.com Parsonage: 217-742-3320 This Week’s Opportunities Wednesday, October 9, 2019 NO Disciple Bible Study 7 p.m. Choir Rehearsal Doorbell Dinners - WUMC Serves Thursday, October 10, 2019 NO Bible Study Doorbell Dinners - WUMC Serves Friday, October 11,2019 8:30 a.m. Veggie Prep and Set up 9 p.m. Kettle Prep work Doorbell Dinners - WUMC Serves Saturday, October 12, 2019 7 a.m. Burgoo Served / Clean Up 8:30 a.m. Kiwanis Food Pantry Sunday, October 13, 2019 8:15 a.m. Coffee and Fellowship time 9 a.m. Worship @ Choir at SCNC Service 10:05 a.m. Sunday School 6 p.m. BMW Monday, October 14, 2019 No School 6:15 p.m. Finance Team 7 p.m. Ad Council

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Tuesday, October 15, 2019 6:15 p.m. Parsonage Task Force

CHURCH NEWS LISTED PLEASE CALL US! 742-3313

Alsey Baptist Church Jeff Daak, Pastor Barrow Baptist Church Gerald Day, Pastor Bloomfield Baptist Church Cornerstone Baptist Church 742-5841 Friendship Primitive Baptist Church Pleasant Hill Baptist Church Eric Kirgan, Pastor Manchester Baptist Church (217) 587-2761 or 4211 Sandridge Baptist Church

Make plans to attend the church of your choice today! New Beginnings Church 742-3459 Winchester United Methodist Church Rev. Robin Lyons Church: (217) 742-3610 Home: (217) 742-3320

Manchester Methodist Church Rev. Robin Lyons 217-742-3320 First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) First Baptist Church Church: (217) 742-3480

St. Mark’s Church 742-5224

East Union Baptist Church

Winchester Assembly of God Pastor Cindy Colbert 217-742-3311

Grace Baptist Church Terry Beauchamp

www. WinchesterAssemblyOfGod. Weebly.com

Glasgow Baptist Church (217) 742-3680

Christ Lutheran Church 742-3919 Church of the New Song Church 217-754-3617

Why Not? I Pat Van DeVelde Peak Insurance Agency 16 S. Hill, 742-3316 First National Bank of Winchester 26 W. Cherry 742-3134

“Declare his glory among the nations, his marvelous deeds among all peoples.� Psalm 96:3 NIV

t is sad how often our plans to do something worthwhile are hindered by fear. Maybe it’s the fear that things won’t work out as hoped, or that it will cost too much, or that others will think we are overstepping our bounds. It is perhaps wise to have second thoughts about large ventures. Starting a business or charity, or deciding to go on a mission trip halfway around the world are serious, and sometimes risky ventures, and we do well to consider carefully how best to accomplish them. But human beings are made for adventure. There is an impulse to explore and accomplish great things in most of us. Don’t we all want to impact the world positively? So why not pursue that dream you’ve had, or the calling that has been nagging at you? The Gospels call all of us to spread the good news to the ends of the earth. With all of the problems around the world, and the ease of travel, this has become something that almost every person can do, especially when they have the support of a church or humanitarian organization. Think of all of the risks taken by the first Christians in spreading the good news and how much easier it is for us to do this nowadays. Instead of asking why we should do these great things, perhaps we should be asking why not? – Christopher Simon

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FOR SALE by owner: 1999 Mercury Mystique. 93,000 miles. 36"x20' steel culvert. 618- NO TRESPASSING or hunting allowed on the land in Batchtown owned by Marcy Klocken786-3737. 10.16.19 kemper, Judy Lamer, Jeremy Russell, Bonnie Stepanek and Cindy Mezzos. Violators will be 400 prosecuted. 8.5.20 FOR RENT OFFICE SPACE. Prime location. Ample parking. West Washington St., Pittsfield. Call 217285-2848, 217-285-5925 or 217-653-0212. TFN

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MAYFAIR FARMS ground North of Highway 10 East of Nebo is private property. Trespassing is forbidden. Violators will be prosecuted.

PITTSFIELD: 442 S. Illinois St. Oct. 10, 11, 12, 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Estate sale. Nicknacks, some furniture, household items, good company. Home is also for sale. HUGE YARD sale during Fall Pickin' Days. 36018 265th Ave., Pittsfield, IL 62363. A few miles off the New Salem/Pittsfield interstate exit. Thursday, Oct. 17, afternoon; Friday, Oct. 18, all day; Saturday, Oct. 19, all day; Sunday, Oct. 20, all day. Household, tools, contractor equipment/supplies, horse tack, vehicles, trailers, pet supplies and much, much more. 10.16.19 MULTI-FAMILY BARN and garage sale: Sue Cox's, 24328 US Hwy. 54 West. Friday and Saturday, Oct. 11 and 12, 8-5 rain or shine. One mile past Farm and Home in Pittsfield.

FOR RENT in Winchester: 3 bedrooms, 2 1.2.20 bath, newly remodeled. $600/month plus utili- NO TRESPASSING and no hunting of any ties and deposit. 300 W. Cherry, must have kind, is permitted on any property owned by references. No pets. Call 1-217-652-2522. 10.9.19 Double Creek Farms. Can be prosecuted. 10.16.19 BUILDING FOR rent on the square in MULTI-FAMILY SALE: Friday, Oct. 11, 121000 Pittsfield. Great business location. Will build 6. Saturday, Oct. 12, 9-? 446 Piper Lane, PETS to suit. Call Megan at 217-285-2196. tfn Pittsfield. Don't miss! PITTSFIELD: 390 Shetland Dr. Oct. 11, 8-5 BICHON FRISE: 2 females. 10 months old on 500 10/7/19. Fantastic personalities. Non-shed- and Oct. 12, 8-12. Garage sale. Tall men, FOR SALE ding, hypoallergenic. Not house broken, not women, men's clothes. Household items and so much more! MOBILE HOME for sale: 3 BR, 2 BA, new fixed. $400. 217-435-3491. 10.9.19 roof, new paint and updates. Must be moved. /HDGHUVDUHQHZVSDSHUUHDGHUV 1100 $8,000. Call 618-466-6940. 10.16.19

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Public Auction Having moved to a Retirement Center Sandy Wille will Sell Antiques, Collectibles & Household When: Sat., Oct.19th @ 10:00 A.M. Location: Hardin, IL, 62047 @ The Calhoun County Fair Grounds, 244 Poor Hollow Rd., Hardin, IL 62047. (watch for signs) Antiques & Collectibles: Motherâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Rocker, Knock Down Wardrobe, Old Writing Desk, Dining Room Table w/6 cane bottom chairs, Step Back Kitchen Cabinet, School Desk, 2 Trunks., Marble Based Floor Lamp, Lamps, Oil Lamp, Cane Bottom Chairs, Childs Folding Chairs, Costume Jewelry (lots), GLASS: Pressed, Carnival, & Depression, Iron Stone Pitcher & Bowl, China Tea Pitchers, Old Fans, Dinner Bell from Hidden Valley, Books, Cook Books, Guardian Service, Old Silverware w/boxes, Fancy Work, Old Records, Sheet Music, Calhoun Memorabilia, Granite Ware, Cast Iron Framed Mirror, Rocking Chairs (wood & cane bottom), Bench, Cow Bells, Stone Jars & Jugs, Oxen Double Tree (wooden), Milk & Cream Cans, Horse Collars, Single Trees, Old Kampsville Centennial Paper & Michael Coloring Book, Other Items, Round Wedding Ring Quilt, Cedar Lined Hope Chest, Round Parlor Table, Old Hats, Wheat Dishes, Metal Watering Cans, Sm. Bell Collection. Household: Full Sized Bed (extra Long), Dresser, Chest of Drawers, Desk, Chair Wooden Organizer, Childs Card Table & Chairs, Accent Chairs, Recliner, Occasional Tables, School Clock, Dishes, Sm. Kitchen Appliances, Handi Cap Items, Pots, Pans, Sewing Machine, Old Type Writer. Misc. Items: Lots Of Toys,VHS Tapes, metal Free Standing Storage Shelves, Fire Place Items, Seasonal Decorations, Yard Tools, Sm. Air Compressor, Car Ramps, Weed Eater, Old Apple Crates. Other items Too Numerous To Mention. Lots Of Boxes Still Needing To Be Unpacked.

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REAL ESTATE 600 HELP WANTED WANTED: LICENSED Cosmetologist. Call Tuesday-Friday, 217-285-2730. 10.9.19 FULL-TIME TECH repair needed. Minimum 2 years experience. Prefer I-Car and ASE certified and/or tech school training. Apply in person at Spencer Auto Body, 5074 State Rt. 140, Bethalto, IL Includes wages, vacation and benefits package. GFC MANUFACTURING is looking for an experienced salesman! Please call Lisa Brown at 217-285-6487 for more details. 10.9.19 10.16.19

FREE ESTIMATES! This is the time to get necessary tree work done (trimming, removal, 900A etc.) before winter ice causes trees to fall on NO TRESPASSING houses and garages. Trust the local Tree Guys Calhoun County that have many years' experience, the knowhow, and the very best rates anywhere. Call NO TRESPASSING or hunting allowed on the or text 217-320-8438 or 217-204-1154. We land in Batchtown owned by Steve and Cindy will call you back as soon as we can. Meszaros. Violators will be prosecuted. 8.5.20 tfn

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Pike County, Illinois FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1ST AT 10:00 A.M. AUCTION VENUE: Crossroads Center â&#x20AC;˘ 125 W Jefferson St. â&#x20AC;˘ Pittsfield, IL

FOR SALE: 368 acres in Montezuma Twp. 120 ac. tillable, good farmland ($18,000/yr. income), 70 ac. CRP (3 more yrs contract, $12,000/yr income), 178 ac. Timber (good deer hunting). $4,950/acre firm. Call Wade at 228-669-5690. 10.30.19 INVESTMENT RENTAL properties for sale in Winchester. Call 217-500-0075. 10.9.19

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The farms are located in Sections 6, 7 & 8 in New Salem Township in Pike County, IL. All 9 tracts are currently being surveyed. Farms represent productive tillable land, outstanding Pike County, IL whitetail deer hunting & an older country home. All tracts will sell free & clear of any farm tenancy for the 2020 crop year.

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Also selling...a commercial real estate building located at 140 N. MAIN ST., BAYLIS, IL. This building is currently leased to the USPS with an annual income of $5,400.00.

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This Day In History Oct. 9

Q 1858: Mail service via stagecoach between San Francisco, CA, and St. Louis, MO, began. Q 1876: Alexander Graham Bell and Thomas Watson made their longest telephone call to date. It was a distance of two miles. Q 1919: The Cincinnati Reds won the World Series. The win would be later tainted when 8 Chicago White Sox were charged with throwing the game. The incident became known as the "Black Sox" scandal. Q 1983: Helen Moss joined the Brownies at the age of 83. She became the oldest person to become a member.

TRACT #10 (BAYLIS PROPERTY) â&#x20AC;˘ SELLER DETAILS, MAPS & PHOTOS AVAILABLE ONLINE:

www.SullivanAuctioneers.com REPRESENTING ATTORNEY: Ronald K. Hoskin 130 S Madison St. â&#x20AC;˘ Pittsfield, IL 62363 â&#x20AC;˘ PH: (217) 285-4822 AUCTION MANAGER: JOHN BORROWMAN (217) 430-0645

SULLIVAN AUCTIONEERS, LLC â&#x20AC;˘ TOLL FREE (844) 847-2161 www.SullivanAuctioneers.com â&#x20AC;˘ IL Lic. #444000107

Brown County, Illinois TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5TH AT 2:00 P.M. AUCTION VENUE: Knights of Columbus Hall â&#x20AC;˘ Mt. Sterling, IL

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Selling in MULTIPLE TRACTS

Q 1994: 1994 - The U.S. sent troops and warships to the Persian Gulf in response to Saddam Hussein sending thousands of troops and hundreds of tanks toward the Kuwaiti border.

Farm is located southeast of Mt. Sterling, IL via Hwy. 24 and just south of the small town of Cooperstown and is located in Sections 27 & 28 of Cooperstown Township. The farm will be sold in multiple tracts. Over 300 acres currently in row crop production with additional hay & pasture ground. This farm also has excellent wildlife habitat with large wooded draws and creeks.

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DONALD COLCLASURE â&#x20AC;&#x201C; SELLER REPRESENTING ATTORNEY: William M. McCleery Schmiedeskamp Robertson Neu & Mitchell LLP 525 Jersey St. â&#x20AC;˘ Quincy, IL â&#x20AC;˘ Ph: 217-223-3030 SULLIVAN AUCTIONEERS, LLC â&#x20AC;˘ TOLL FREE (844) 847-2161 www.SullivanAuctioneers.com â&#x20AC;˘ IL Lic. #444000107

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FAMILY FEATURES

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y incorporating versatile ingredients into your holiday cooking, you can make a vast array of tasty seasonal goodies. For example, California grapes are abundant throughout the holiday season and add taste and visual appeal to dishes of all kinds, such as Seared Salmon with Spinach and Grapes, Grape Caprese Salad Hors dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Oeuvres, Grapes in RosĂŠ Wine 6DXFHDQG:LOG5LFH6WXŕľśQJZLWK Grapes and Hazelnuts. Plus, theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re an easy, fresh, healthy snack to keep on-hand for hungry guests waiting for the meal. With their natural beauty, grapes can also be used to create tablescapes and centerpieces for festive holiday settings. Find more holiday recipe inspiration at grapesfromcalifornia.com.

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In heavy saucepan, bring chicken broth to boil. Add wild rice and stir. Cover pan and reduce heat to low. Let simmer 1 hour until rice is tender and has popped open. In frying pan over medium heat, cook bacon until almost crisp, about 8-10 minutes. Add butter to bacon pan then add onions, celery, mushrooms, garlic, thyme, salt and pepper. Cook over medium heat 5-7 minutes until onions are translucent. Remove from heat and fold in parsley, hazelnuts and grapes. Add rice with any remaining liquid to frying pan and toss well to combine. Nutritional information per serving: 166 calories; 5.4 g protein; 21 g carbohydrates; 8 g fat; 40% calories from fat; 1.4 g saturated fat; 8% calories from saturated fat; 5 mg cholesterol; 126 mg sodium; JÂżEHU

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Servings: 4 1 1/2 cups rosĂŠ wine 1/2 cup sugar 1/2 vanilla bean, split 1 pinch salt 3 cups halved red, green or black California grapes In large skillet, bring wine, sugar, vanilla bean and salt to boil, stirring until sugar has dissolved. Stir in grapes and let cool. Serving suggestion: Pour warm grapes over creme fraiche or vanilla ice cream. Nutritional information per serving: 250 calories; 0 g protein; 49 g carbohydrates; 0 g fat (0% calories from fat); 0 g saturated fat (0% calories from saturated fat); 0 mg cholesterol; PJVRGLXPJÂżEHU

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SPORTS/PUBLIC NOTICE

Wednesday, October 9, 2019

Buzzer beaters dooms Cougars By KENT COULTAS Scott County Times Carrollton scored with 1:10 remaining in the game and beat West Central 34-28 in football Oct. 4 at Carrollton. West Central (1-5, 1-3) will host Calhoun (1-5, 1-3) Friday at 7 p.m. North Greene beat Calhoun 19-14 last week. The Hawks led 26-12 after three quarters, but West Central rallied to take the lead with 2:45 remaining. Andrew Kaufmann scored on a 21-yard run with 11:21 remaining in the game. He also scored the two-point conversion to cut the margin to 26-20. West Central forced Carrollton to punt on its next possession and took at its own 17-yard line. The Cougars drove 83-yards and tied the game when Kaufmann scored on a 4-yard run. He also scored the conversion to give West Central the lead. Kaufmann had runs of 12 and 13 yards, and Lathan Barnett had a 10-yard run during the drive. Carrollton went 65 yards to score the winning touchdown on a 3-yard run and also scored the conversion. West Central committed a personal foul penalty in the drive. Carrollton also faced a four down and 9 in the drive, but the quarterback was able to scramble for a first down. West Central fumbled on

the kickoff off return and got the ball back with less than 30 seconds remaining but threw an interception. Carrollton scored on a 4-yard run on its first possession to take a 6-0 lead with 9:03 remaining in the first quarter. Kaufmann scored on a 2-yard run with 10:39 remaining in the second quarter to tie the game. Jack Albers caught a 23-yard pass from Wes Hughes to give West Central a first-and-goal at the 10-yard line. Hunter Coultas scored on a 39-yard run with 5:41 remaining in the quarter to give the Cougars a 12-6 lead. Carrollton scored on a 16-yard later in the quarter and added a 13-yard pass with 1:52 remaining in the quarter and led 20-12 at halftime. West Central turned the ball over on downs at its own 14-yard line in the third quarter. Carrollton scored on a 3-yard run a few players late to take a 26-14 lead. It was the first time that the Cougars lost after either leading or being tied in the fourth quarter this season. The Hawks gained 159 yards rushing on 34 attempts and threw for 168 yards and finished with 327 total yards. West Central had 357 total yards and 22 first downs in the game. They finished with 308 yards rushing on 61 attempts and had 49 yards passing. The Cougars committed five turnovers

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in the game. They lost one fumble and had four passes intercepted in the game. Kaufmann rushed for 209 yards on 40 attempts to lead the Cougars. Coultas rushed for 54 yards on nine attempts. Barnett rushed for 31 yards on seven attempts. Hughes rushed for 14 yards on five attempts. Hughes completed three of 11 passes for 49 yards. Brayden Little caught two passes for 26 yards, and Albers caught one for 23 yards.

Lady Cougars split games last week By KENT COULTAS Scott County Times Routt beat West Central 25-22, 25-15 in volleyball Oct. 3 at Winchester. West Central led 5-3 early in the first set, but Routt rallied to take a 10-6 lead when a tip by West Central sailed wide. Routt led 22-17 before the Cougars tied the set. Sydney Elliott had two ace serves, Summer Davis had a kill and Elliott had two more aces to tie the set at 22-all.

Routt regained the lead when a serve went long, and Routt had a kill before ending the match. Routt scored the first five points of the second set and led 14-2. Routt led 24-10, and Emma Slagle had a kill, Halie Daniel had two tipped balls, Slagle had a tip and West Central got an ace serve to narrow the margin to 24-15 before Routt was able to get match point. West Central beat Western in two sets Sept. 30 at Barry.

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A list of lands and town lots and mobile homes, situated in the County of Scott and the State of Illinois, upon which the taxes for the year 2018 Real Estate and 2019 Mobile Homes, remain due and unpaid. The tracts of land and lots and mobile homes will be $5.00 per parcel IRUFRVWVRISXEOLVKLQJDQGIRUFHUWLÂżFDWLRQ In addition to the above costs and amounts as shown opposite each tract, there is also due a sum of 1.5 perFHQW SHU PRQWK RQ WKH ÂżUVW LQVWDOOPHQW DIWHU -XO\  2019, and 1.5 percent per month on the second installPHQW DIWHU 6HSWHPEHU   7KH DERYH FRVWV DQG amounts for mobile homes as shown opposite each tract includes a sum of $25.00 per month penalty to a maxiPXPRIDIWHU-XQH STATE OF ILLINOIS, COUNTY OF SCOTT Public notice is hereby given that in accordance with the provisions of the Revenue Laws of the State of IlOLQRLVWKHXQGHUVLJQHG0DUN-)RUG7UHDVXUHUDQG&ROlector of the County of Scott in the State of Illinois, will apply to the Circuit Court of the County of Scott in the State of Illinois on October 23, 2019, at 9:00a.m. (CDT) for judgment against the delinquent lands and lots and mobile homes described in the following list for taxes, interest, and costs due severally thereon for the 2018 for Real Estate and 2019 for Mobile Homes, and for said amount of special assessments for delinquent installments of special assessments herein after quoted with interest and costs thereon, and for the amounts on said lands and lots and mobile homes as may have heretofore been forfeited to the State of Illinois for the general taxes for special assessments or installments thereof and remaining due and unpaid, together with interest, penalties, and costs due thereon and upon lands and lots and mobiles homes which the taxes have been SDLGXQGHUSURWHVWDQGIRUDMXGJPHQWÂż[LQJWKHFRUUHFW amount of any tax paid under protest and for an order to sell lands and lots and mobile homes for the satisfaction thereof and also that on the 30th day of October, 2019, at the hour of 9:00a.m. (CDT) all of the lands and lots and mobile homes described in the following list against which judgment shall have been rendered and for the sale of which an order will have been made on all unpaid taxes at that time will be exposed to public sale at the south door of the county courthouse in the City of Winchester, Illinois, same being the building where the circuit court is held in said county, for the amount of said taxes, special assessments of installments thereon, interest and penalties and costs due thereon shall not have been paid, have been sold, or offered for sale. Dated at Winchester, Illinois, October 7, 2019. /s/ Mark J. Ford Treasurer and Collector Scott County, Illinois SCOTT COUNTY DELINQUENT REAL ESTATE LIST 2018 PAYABLE 2019 01-12-301-011 HOPKINS, LOU ZELLA............1,033.95 0l-12-301-022 TURNER, TAMMY A.....................124.48 1(/621-(5, ..........................254. 74 1(/621-(5, ...........................213.71 01-12-301-054 STAAKE, BRIAN G. & STEVE SAPPING ...................................................................... 01-12-400-002 SMITH, LEO B. ............................. 01-12-400-009 SMITH, LEO B. ............................. 01-13-102-104 SMITH, LEO B. ........................... 0I-13-102-127 SMITH, FREIDA M. ........................ 01-13-102-140 MURPHY, TINA, KATIE & WYATT LU ............................................................................120.95 01-13-102-143 BURNETT, GENE & SHIRLEY .. 112. 14 &52:/(<-26(3+ .................720.14 01-13-102 155 ASHCRAFT, LESLIE DAVID ....... 60,7+/(2% ............................. 01-13-102-173 WILLIAMS, MARGARET C. ........ 01-13-102-174 WILLIAMS, MARGARET C. ........157.20 01-13-200-001 SMITH, FREIDA M. .....................270.95 01-13-200-003 SMITH, FREIDA M. .....................105.02  .21&25 /28,6 :,//,$0  &$52/ - ............................................................................20.03  .21&25 /28,6 :,//,$0  &$52/ - ............................................................................15.29 Ă&#x201A; .21&25 /28,6 :,//,$0  &$52/ - ........................................................................... 12. 11 02-05-300-001 SMITH, LEO B. ...........................493.95 &22/(<-211$ 52%,168//,1*( ............................................................................297.59 6+,5/(</8(//$ ......................

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Left: West Centralâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Andrew Kaufmann stretches to reach the first down in Fridayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s game at Carrollton. Despite a late game rally, the Cougars fell to the Hawks 34-28. Carmen Ensinger/Scott County Times

Below: West Centralâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Landon Barnett applies the tackle to Carrollton quarterback Hunter Flowerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s during Fridayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s game at Carrollton. The Cougars fell to the Hawks 34-28.

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West Centralâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Brayden Little and Andrew Kaufmann break up a pass play meant for Grant Pohlman during Carrolltonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Friday game against West Central. A late fourth quarter square led the Hawks to a 34-28 win over the Cougars.

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Staying on her toes Sydney Elliott stays on her toes on defense, but also had two ace serves in the loss to Routt last week. The Lady Cougars will host a sub-sectional volleyball tournament. Winners of the Lady Cougars subsection will meet the winner of the Augusta Southeastern sub-section to determine who goes on to the Athens sectional. Teams in the two sub-sectionals include; the two host schools, Western, Camp Point, Triopia, Franklin, Griggsville-Perry, ISD, Routt, Liberty, Mendon, M.Chambersburg, Brown County and Payson. John Craig/Scott County Times

Eye on the ball Calista Fox keeps her eye on the ball as she waits to see if the ball is coming in her direction. The Lady Cougars lost to the Routt Lady Rockets last week. The Lady Cougars are on the road the rest of the season as they face, Franklin Pleasant Hill, Rushville, Waverly Tournament, Beardstown and Triopia.

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