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September 12, 2018

Featured Advertisers WESTERN METAL COMPANY


Your Local Source for ALL Your Metal Needs!

• Residential, commercial, and agricultural metal construction

• Galvanized and Painted Siding & Roofing

• Custom Metal Building Trim

Johnson County Topsoil & Landscape Materials, LLC Topsoil Garden Mixes Bulk Mulch Flagstone Retaining Walls Boulders River Gravels Pavers

• 13 & Older -$30 suggested donation • Ages 6-12 - $12 suggested donation • Kids 5 & under – Free! Cost for families not to exceed $100 suggested donation

Register online at

913.681.2629 75108037


Join us for lunch at Holy Trinity School after the run! All proceeds to benefit Holy Trinity Church & School Sponsorship Opportunities Available! Businesses can advertise on the back of the event T-shirt for a $100 donation. Family names and in memory of a deceased loved one may be added for a $50 donation.


Elias & Scott are craftsmen who happen to install flooring. Let them install your new floor from Paola Carpet.


Hours: Mon.-Fri. 8am-5pm; Sat. 8am-Noon • 1202 S. Metcalf, Louisburg 913-837-4300 • KC Line: 913-681-8787 • Toll Free: 800-489-4100

Wallace Park, Bull Creek Trail Rain or Shine! Check in @ 11 am, Starts @ Noon

For more information or to sponsor, contact Jeannie Fedor at 913-294-3286 or

Local Installers = Job Done Right

2 Blocks West of US-69 on 199th Street


October 7, 2018

• Doors and Windows, all types

Carpet • Wood • Tile • Vinyl Laminate • Remnants • Install “Home-based Agriculture Equipment Business”

• Dew-Eze Bale Bed • Bush Whacker Mowers • Vitalix Protein-Mineral Tubs, also available with IGR • Hayliner & Hay Express Inline Hay Trailers • Pronghorn, Ironstar Beds • Elite & EZ Haul Flatbeds • Hay Saver Feeders & Feed Bunks • GWS Bulk Bins • Netex & Tama Netwrap & Plastic Twine • Travalum & Travelong Stock Trailers • Bumper replacements • Other items available, call before you purchase elsewhere! High-quality natural feed supplements for livestock: Cattle, Equine, Sheep and Goats... all supplement lick tubs are not created equal. Call us for all your Livestock & Agriculture Equipment needs.


Stone Farm Sales


Louisburg, KS 913-980-1716 Rick Stone

MoKan Dial Telephone Company’s Kansas Statement of Rates for Basic Telephone Service MoKan Dial Telephone Company is a quality telecommunications company that provides Basic and Enhanced services at reasonable rates within its service territory. Pursuant to regulatory requirements MoKan Dial Telephone Company offers its customers the following supported services: Voice grade access to the public switched network or its functional equivalent; Local usage; Access to emergency services such as 911; Toll limitation for qualifying lowincome customers. Individual Touch-Calling Access Line FCC Subscriber Line Charge

Residential $16.60 $6.50

Access Recovery Charge (ARC)


Business Single Line Multi-Line Single Line Multi-Line

$19.60 $6.50 $9.20 $3.00 $3.00

Lifeline Service

Lifeline is supported by the Federal Universal Service Fund (USF). Only one Lifeline benefit is available per household. A household is defined, for purposes of the Lifeline program, as any individual or group of individuals who live together at the same address and share income and expenses. A household is not permitted to receive lifeline benefits from multiple providers. Violation of the one-per-household limitation constitutes a violation of the Lifeline rules and will result in the subscriber’s de-enrollment from the program. Lifeline is a non-transferrable benefit and the subscriber may not transfer his or her benefit to any other person. Willfully making false statements to obtain the benefit can result in fines, imprisonment, de-enrollment or being barred from the program. Who qualifies for reduced Telephone Charges? To participate in the program, consumers must either have an income that is at or below 150% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines or participate in one of the following assistance programs: Medicaid Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) Supplemental Security Income (SSI) Federal Public Housing Assistance (Section 8) Veterans Pension and Survivors Benefit Additional eligibility criteria may apply to residents of federally recognized tribal lands. Consumers have to provide proof of eligibility upon application for Lifeline service. In addition, consumers must complete a Lifeline application and make certain certifications upon signing up for Lifeline and agree to re-certify their continued eligibility on an annual basis. Should you have any questions; please contact a MoKan Dial Telephone Company representative at (913) 837-2219 or via our toll free number (800) 758-1715. 75108216


Saturday, September 15, 2018 10:00am


DIRECTIONS: 169 Hwy. to Baptiste Drive Exit (Walmart Exit) go East on Baptiste Drive around curve to 311th , go East on 311th to Somerset Road, then South On Somerset Rd. ½ mile. Or take 69 Hwy. to 311th St. Exit, go West on 311th to Somerset, then South On Somerset Rd ½ mile TRACTOR 1965 Oliver 550, gas, 6 speed, single hyd., original 3pt., excellent rubber, over hauled years ago & very few hours after over haul Oliver Cylinder (sold separate)

TRAILERS WW 16x5’ Stock Trailer, canopy top, tandem axle, divider, open & slide gates, side door, wood floor w/rubber mats, 2” 16x7’ w/2’dovetail flatbed trailer, fenders, ramps, tandem axle & wooden floor

EQUIPMENT 6’ 3pt. blade Rhino 5’ Brush Cutter 3pt. Bale Carrier B&J 3pt. Dirt Slip (reversible) 3pt. PTO Grass/Fertilizer Spreader 6’ Single tine Garden Disk Pickup Bed Bale Carrier


Mineral Feeders 3-Poly Feed Bunks 3-Big Bale Rings Misc. Barb & Woven Wire (new roll of arb wire) 2-Loomix Fiberglass Stock Tanks Square Bale Feed Bunks

10-16’ Panels 5-12’ Panels 2-12’ Walk Through Panels Mark 7 New Electric Fence Charger Electric Fencing Materials Calf Bottles Stock Tank Heaters

MISCELLANEOUS Implement Seat Corn Sheller Lard Press Canning Jars Glass Soda Bottles 2-8’ Folding Tables

SHOP EQUIPMENT Pittsburg Engine Hoist Electric Cement Mixer Duracraft 10” Contractors Saw Sawsmith Magna Table Saw Craftsman 8” Table Saw Dewalt, Craftsman & Makita Cordless Drills 16’ Ladder Pacer 205cc Water Pump w/B&S 8.25 Engine Handsaws Set of Heavy duty Ramps Misc. Cable 25-2x25” Waterline Hoses & a 200’ Hose

LAWN & GARDEN JD LX255 42” Cut Riding Mower w/bagger, 15hp. Stihl Gas Weedeater Homelite Gas Weedeater Dusk To Dawn Light Tarps Hand Garden Plow

OUTDOOR SPORTING EQUIPMENT Vio Holda All Welded Aluminum Boat Coolers Life Jackets Fishing Nets & Minnow/Crawdad Traps Perch Trap Weights Boat Fuel Tank (brand new) Coleman Propane Perfect Flow Stove w/2 Burners Cabela’s ¾ hp. Commercial Grade Elect. Grinder 3-Camo Deer Blinds 3-Deer Stands 16’ 2pc. Pipe Deer Stand ladder Deer Scales Pipe Deer Feeders Numerous Deer Antlers 8x3’ Metal Live Trap

SMALL ANIMAL EQUIPMENT Poultry Cages Chicken Brooder Chicken Waterers & Feeders Old Dog Box

TERMS OF AUCTION: Cash, check or credit card w/proper ID. Statements made day of auction take precedence over written materials. All items sell “as-is”, where-is & without warranty expressed or implied. Owners or auction company not responsible for accidents, theft or loss of sale items.

View online @

23496 County Rd. 1077, Parker, KS 66072 Dennis Wendt, Auctioneer 913-285-0076 Bill McNatt, Auctioneer 913-849-3519 Danny West, Auctioneer

Office: (913) 898-3337 Toll Free: 800-416-2993 Email: dennis@


Lifeline service is a government assistance program that provides discounts on monthly telephone service for eligible low-income consumers. Customers have a choice on where to apply this credit. 1) Voice Only Service: This will require a customer to remain with the company providing your service for at least 60 days in order to keep the discount, OR, 2) Internet Service: A customer may choose to apply the credit on a qualifying internet service, which may be part of a bundle. This will require the customer to remain with the company providing your service for at least 12-months in order to keep the discount.


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Monday thru Friday 7 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Austin Moore

The Wildcats improved to 2-0 with the victory.

Sale Every Friday 1 p.m.

26701 Eagle Dr., Paola Sale barn: 913-294-3335

Maurie Bourquin Home: 913-294-4348 Mobile: 913-731-4348

Josh Bourquin 913-731-4240

Contact us for farm visits!

Look for upcoming Sales and Marketing Reports on our website!

24-hour advance notice suggested.

For Reservations call Eric at 557-4361

This project funded in part by the KDOT Public Transit Program





the road Friday evening, 27-7.


General Public Transportation

the Tonganoxie Chieftains on

Paola Livestock Auction Inc.

1201 W. Amity, Louisburg, KS 66053 • 913-837-5191

FREEDOM FESTIVAL September 15, 2018 11:00 am to 5:00 pm September 16, 2018 12:00 Noon to 5:00 pm

John Brown Memorial Park • 10th & Main Street, Osawatomie, Kansas Saturday, September 15th, 2018 11:00 am to 5:00 pm

Sunday, September 16th 2018 12:00 Noon to 5:00 pm

• Triple Cross Sutlery • Frontier Artisans • Food booths • Special Tours of the Adair Cabin by Mary Buster, great-greatgranddaughter of Florella Adair and half-sister of John Brown • Visit the Civil War Reenactors Camp • Mountain Man Camp • Historical and Community organizations booths.

• Triple Cross Sutlery • Frontier Artisans • Food booths • Special Tours of the Adair Cabin by Mary Buster, great-greatgranddaughter of Florella Adair and half-sister of John Brown • Mountain Man Camp • Historical and Community organizations booths

11:00 am : Reenactment of the Battle of New Georgia

10:00 am: First Presbyterian Church Service: The public is invited to attend!

12:00 pm: Mary Buster, The Great-Great-Granddaughter of Florella Adair Presentation “Florella Adair, Living in the Shadow of John Brown” 1:00 pm: Vintage Baseball Game The Old Cowtown Vintage Baseball Team vs the Osawatomie Nine 2:30 pm: Raelene Croster, Storyteller 3:30 pm: Wild West Gunfight by the Kansas River Gang

12:00 pm: Band of Oz in Concert: Patriotic and Civil War Era Music 1:00 pm: Reenactment of a Civil War Battle between Union Troops and Confederate Partisans


2:00 pm: The Rutlader Cowboy Band: Country Gospel Music 3:00 pm: Spring Leaf Band: Traditional Ozarks Music 4:00 pm: Wild West Gunfight by the Kansas River Gang


Sponsors John Brown Museum State Historic Site

Schedule Subject to Change Contact: 913-755-4384 or


Visitors Guide M I A MI C O U N T Y


The Following Businesses hope you have a Fun and Safe time at the Freedom Festival!


BREWER’S Automotive Repair 817 Sixth St. Osawatomie

121 S. Pearl, Paola, KS. (913) 755-FREE


“Get That Second Glance”

Amy Winterscheid Attorney at Law


514 Main St. • Osawatomie (913) 755-4946


AIR CONDITIONING & HEATING • Sales • Service • Installation

603 Pacific Ave., Osawatomie


• General Practice •Wills & Probate • Collections • Civil • Corporations 913-294-3400 • 913-557-2262 13 S. Pearl St., • Paola

Eddy-Birchard Funeral Home 203 Main St., Osawatomie


913-294-2744 Fontana








Spring Hill

12/8/17 12:30 PM

Equipment Rental & Sales 31600 Old KC Rd., Paola



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Early Deadline:

102 S. Silver St., Paola 913-557-4333

Final Deadline: Doherty Steel, Inc. PAOLA, KANSAS

Friday, October 26

411 E. Main St., Osawatomie


319 E. Main St., Osawatomie


McLean Auto & Truck Repair Paola • 913-294-5086

GK Smith & Sons Inc. 1700 Industrial Park Dr., Paola



Country Vintage Inn 1117 Sixth Street Osawatomie, KS. (913) 755-2400

Attorney At Law

1615 Parker Ave., Osawatomie (913) 755-4165

Paola, Kansas

13 S. Pearl, Paola (913) 294-2200

Friday, October 5


Oct. 5 Oct. 26 Eighth Page Horizontal (3.87” x 2.59”) $245 $295 Eighth Page Vertical (1.87” x 5.18”) $245 $295 Quarter Page Square (3.87” x 5.18”) $395 $425 Half Page (7.88” x 5.18”) $695 $725 Full Page (7.88” x 10.375”) $945 $995 Full Page (Inside Front, Inside Back or Back Page) $1,275 $1,350 Directory Listing (Or free with your display ad) $40 $50 Up to four lines. Includes: Business name, address, phone number and website.

Osawatomie Pet Clinic


Insurance Service LLC 313 Eastgate Drive, Osawatomie 755-3527

Promote your business or organization in the 2019 20 Miami County Visitor Guide. The guide will w be distributed through state travel and visitors iinformation centers on major travel routes in Kansas, Missouri, K Oklahoma and Nebraska.

Osawatomie, La Cygne, Paola, Spring Hill & Louisburg

309 Eastgate Drive Osawatomie


For More Information Or To Place An Ad Call: Teresa at Miami County Republic • 913-294-2311 • 75108343



Enter your favorite photo for a shot to win a spot in our 2019 Calendar!

MIAMI COUNTY NEWSPAPERS is looking for 13 winning photos to begin production on our 2019calendar that will be inserted in the Dec. 5 issue. Extra copies will also be available for purchase to take home for bragging rights! Browse your archives or get clicking today, and submit your photo selection for any month of the year. Photos should be seasonal shots of local landmarks, landscapes or other scenic images from the Miami County area.

In addition to having their work appear in our calendar, the winning photographers will each win a $50 Cash Prize! $100 for the winning cover photo. ENTRIES MUST BE POSTMARKED NO LATER THAN OCT. 19, 2018 2019 PHOTO CALENDAR ENTRY FORM

NAME:______________________________________EMAIL: _______________________________ ADDRESS: _______________________________________________________________________ CITY:______________________________________STATE:_______________________ZIP ________ DAYTIME PHONE:____________________________EVENING PHONE: ____________________________ Please title your entry, including location. This will appear with your photo – if selected. By signing this form, I agree that I am an amateur photographer, and have never taken any money in payment for photography. I am over the age of 18, or under the age of 18 with a parent’s or guardian’s signature. I have read the contest rules and affirm that this entry is in compliance with them. I understand that Miami County Newspapers assumes no responsibility for the photographs submitted. Selected images are used on a non-exclusive basis. Miami County Newspapers retains the right to use photographs in any advertising and/or promotion it deems suitable.

Photographs may be emailed to or dropped off at the Miami County Republic office, 121 S. Pearl St., Paola, KS 66071. ____________________________________________/_______/ _________________________ Signature Date ___________________________________________/________/_________________________ If under 18, Parent or Guardian Signature Date


CONTEST RULES: 1. Photos will not be accepted without a completed entry form. Fill out the form below and submit with photo BY E-MAIL OR bring a copy of your CD or DISK to the Miami County Republic office, , (please do not send thumbnail size photos, they will not work) 121 S. Pearl St., Paola. You may put all entries on one CD or disk. Print needs to be a minimum of 8 x 10 in size. 2. Only five photos per person will be accepted. Only ONE can win. Do not write your name or any other information on the photograph. 3. Digital entries preferred. Resolution of digital photos should be a minimum resolution of 300 dpi and submitted in jpeg, tif or eps format. CDs or disks will be accepted. 4. Photos must be taken in Miami County. 5. Do not submit original copies. Photos become the property of Miami County Newspapers and will not be returned. 6. Mail to: Miami County Newspapers, Attn: Photo Calendar Contest, Teresa Morrow, P.O. Box 389, Paola, KS 66071 or email teresa.morrow@


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