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Ready to move? On Sunset Lane is this stately renovated 1906 Victorian home on just under an acre. 3 bed. 2 bath. Many new items roof, siding, windows, doors, furnace, water heater, flooring, plumbing and more. Large deck, one car attached garage, plus a seperate 26 x 26 garage. Must see, to appreciate. Call for your private showing.

$134,900

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272 N. Main Street, P.O. Box 272, Richland Center, WI 53581 Phone 608-647-2911

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TRUCKS


FOR SALE used 16 ft. horse trailer 1/2 price of a new one. 7393442

Honey Crisp, McIntosh, Cortland & Others for Cooking & Eating Discount Tuesday’s 10% off apple purchases

Pick your own grapes.

AKC LAB PUPS: SILVER, CHARCOAL & CHOCOLATE Dews/1st Shots/Worming. Info 715-582-4076 harborlabradors. com (WCAN)

Fresh Apple Cider Apple Cider Donuts Caramel Apples

AKC RED, BLONDE & WHITE GOLDEN RETRIEVER PUPS Ready Oct. 8, $700 horsesponiespets.com 715-645-2231

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EVERYONE IS flooded, we not only have water but lots of cats and kittens ready for adoption. We always need volunteers to help socialize our feline residents. Call 538-5483(Let LIVE) to make an appointment. We always need help and love for our pets.

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Reception/Rehearsal Facilities Arthur’s Hwy. 14, Spring Green, WI ........................ 608-588-2521

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Sissy’s Cafe in Loganville Mister G’s Richland Outlet

Tuxedos by NEDREBO’S FORMAL WEAR 140 Richland Square, Richland Center........... 608-647-3543

Dreams Bridal Boutique

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Things we want you to know: New Retail Installment Contract and Device Protection+ (DP+) required. Credit approval also required. A $25 Device Activation Fee applies. A Regulatory Cost Recovery Fee (currently $1.82/line/month) applies; this is not a tax or gvmt. required charge. Additional fees (including Device Connection Charges), taxes, terms, conditions and coverage areas apply and may vary by plan, service and phone. Offers valid at participating locations only and cannot be combined. See store or uscellular.com for details. Device Protection+: Enrollment in a DP+ Plan is required for this promotion. The minimum monthly price for DP+ is $8.99 per month per Smartphone. A service fee/deductible per approved claim applies. You may cancel DP+ anytime. Property insurance coverage is underwritten by American Bankers Insurance Company of Florida. The Service Contract Obligor is Federal Warranty Service Corporation in all states, except in CA (Sureway, Inc.) and OK (Assurant Service Protection, Inc.). All these companies operate under the trade name Assurant. Limitations and exclusions apply. For more information, see an associate for a DP+ brochure. Limited-time offer. Trademarks and trade names are the property of their respective owners.©2016 U.S. Cellular P3B_2016_ LeadOffer_Print_6x9

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Catering Service & Wedding Cakes 608-415-5915 • 608-415-7865

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Bridal Fashions Brides ‘N’ Belles

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Invitation Printing

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REGISTERED KITTENS: Nonpapered females, 1-calico, 1-white, marbled. $60 obo. 608284-0893.


GUITAR And Bass LESSONS 22 years experience Teaching all ages.

Attention Knitters and Crocheters.

Scott Banker

Thanks to the generous donations of yarn we have a good supply for anyone willing to make hats, scarves or mittens for our annual drive held in October/November. Please stop in to the Shopping News to see what we have to offer. Thank you for your support.

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CUSTOM PRINTED LABELS: Many sizes, shapes, and colors to choose from. Free estimates. Shopping News, 272 N. Main, Richland Center, 608-647-2911.

GET RESULTS... place you classified in the SHOPPING NEWS! Call 608-647-2911, Monday thru Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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Partnership Dog Training

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For Richland Center Area:

Toby Witkowski 608-434-4413

• 29 and 26 Gauge Metal • Standing Seam • 40 Year Warranty • Pole Sheds • Garages • Mini Barns • Lumber • Vinyl Siding • Shingles • Entry Doors • CHI Garage Doors

Professional Foresters on staff to assist with your management goals.

Garages built to suit any needs.

Positive Reinforcement Training with GARY GARBE Learn how to communicate effectively with your dog! Classes start October 3, 2016 at the Richland Community Center CALL 608-549-3551 TO RESERVE YOUR SPOT

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Vinyl Windows, Vinyl Deck and Fencing, Steel Roofing.

FREE Estimates

Complete Packages Available!

RUSTIC RIDGE BUILDING SUPPLY

E2875 Hwy. 154 • Hillpoint, WI 53937 Freeman and Paul Mast

See us for experienced professional installation of

CARPET, WOOD, TILE, VINYL, LAMINATE, CUSTOM TILE SHOWERS

We supply lumber and also build lots of sheds.

• Doublehung • Bay • Casement • Slider • Awning • Picture Custom Built Vinyl Windows

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Bernard S. Pratte, D.D.S. DENTIST & PROSTHODONTIST

(Personal Care by an Experienced Specialist) 107 W. Louis St., Prairie du Chien, Wisc.

(608) 326-6993

Mon.-Tues.-Wed. By Appointment Only

Friday October 7, 2016

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Tickets $20 available in advance of the event only

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Complete line of Handcrafted Solid-Hardwood Furnishings.

Central Boarding House Antiques Deanne’s Designs Dreams Bridal Boutique

Many wood species and stain color options available. Order your Heirloom Pieces to match your unique style.

Visit our Showroom Bedroom Sets ~ Dining Room Sets Much more on display 109 E. WALNUT ST., NORTH FREEDOM, WI Marvin and Lillian Mast

Harlan’s Furniture & Mattress Gallery JJ Walsh Jewelery Ocooch Books and Libations Press Box Richland Rejuvenates Shopping News State Farm Insurance

Mrs. Mast’s BAKERY

The Phoenix Center

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FOR SALE: 80 head 500 pound SHOW CALVES for sale, also FOR SALE: Red Angus bulls. FOR SALE: John Deere 300 ear bulls, Charolais, shorthorn and 608-647-3162 leave number for corn picker, wide row head. 563Holstein steers. 608-778-0483. crossbred. Platteville, 6980348- call back. 599-7995. FOR SALE: Hampshire Rams and 7772. ewe rams. 608-732-4802. FOR SALE: Oats, straw big bales, SUFFOLK AND Polypay Rams ADVERTISE HERE! can deliver. 608-574-2160. HAY FOR Sale 546-2225 small for sale. 608-994-2390. Call 608-647-2911. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 2016 • 9:30 AM DST squares, large round bales. HAY AND straw of all kinds delivAMISH LUNCH & BAKE SALE ered. Walter Mathys, 608-482- ANGUS, RED ANGUS, LIMFREE COFFEE & DONUTS UNTIL AUCTION STARTS! FLEX AND LIMOUSIN BULLS, 1457. LOCATED: Located 3 miles west of LaFarge on Hwy. 82 to right onto Cty. D, then 3 miles north to right on 9663 Cty.Trk A, Box 332 Buckeye Ridge Road,then 1 mile east to left on Dell Rd. Property on right. –OR 1 mile north of Westby on Carcass ultrasound data, semen REGISTERED ANGUS bulls for Bloomington, WI 53804 Hwy. 27 to right on Cty. P, then stay on Cty. tested, large selection, delivery. P for 9 miles to “Dell” then right on Dell Rd 1 mile to farm on left at S2568A Dell Road La Farge, WI. Watch sale, yearlings , semen tested, Office (608) 994-2020 Spring Creeks Cattle Company. for auction arrows! call Mike McNett, 608-778-7840. CATTLE & DAIRY EQUIPMENT: 32-head of high quality Holstein cattle 18-Holstein cows in var608-553-8070. Fax (608) 994-2022 WANTED: FARMLAND cash buyer wants farmland for crops. 6 0 8 - 5 8 8 - 6 3 6 5 cropground@att.net

FOR SALE: 10hp & 7.50 hp electric motors. (Best offer). 20 bales dry second crop. Covered by plastic 4x5, $20.00 each. 608647-6438. Leave message.

FARM AUCTION!

Bloomington Livestock Exchange

BILL GORMAN ESTATE S6950 Glass Road, Readstown, WI WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12th

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bIddING StaRtS oN MoNday, Sept. 26th at NooN and eNdS oN WedNeSday, oCt. 12th at NooN. LOcAtEd: West of Readstown on hwy 14 approx. 3/4 mile to County Rd t, then north on “t” approx. 1-1/4 miles to S Glass Rd, then north on S Glass Rd approx. 1 mile to the entrance to the property. 20.95 AcrES Of rOLLiNg hEAviLy timbErEd LANd: in the town of Kickapoo, Vernon Co with a perpetual non-exclusive deeded easement to the property. Included is a 16’ x 24’ cabin with two lofts, kitchen and living room, that was hand crafted by the amish. there is both phone and electric service run in to the property. there is a 12’ x 12’ storage shed, and an outdoor bathroom with manual fill electric water heater, shower, and electric composting toilet. all cabin furnishings are included. excellent deer hunting with existing stands included in the sale. OpEN hOuSE: there will be an OpEN hOuSE on SAturdAy, OctObEr 1st, from 10:00 Am to 2:00 pm for buyers to view the property. a representative of Nolan Sales will be present at the site to answer questions. rEAL EStAtE tErmS: a 10% buyer’s fee shall be added to the high bid to determine the final sale price. high bidder shall sign an offer to purchase and related documents and put down ten (10%) percent of the final sale price within 48 hours of auction ending. Sale is subject to Seller accepting the sale price within 7 days. offer will be written as a cash offer not subject to financing, and the transaction will be closed by a title company to guarantee clear title. Closing to be held within 30 days of auction ending. property is being sold “as Is - Where Is” with no warranties either expressed or implied. online auction will have a soft close (if someone bids in the last 3 minutes of auction it will extend another 3 minutes). Sale clerked by Nolan auction, Inc. Regular auction terms - cash or personal check. everything sold as is, where is. No Warranties. SaLe CoNduCted by: p.o. box 486, Marion, WI 54950 (715) 754-5221 or toll-free 1-800-472-0290 tim Nolan & Gerald “Sonny” Nolan, Reg. WI auctioneers, Lic. #165 & #142 visit our website at www.nolansales.com and click on “Online Auctions”.

DAIRYLAND AUCTION

SPORTING, HOUSEHOLD & COLLECTIBLE

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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 2016 • 9:00AM LUNCH: Pioneer Valley Catering LOCATION: Located in the Vernon County Fairgrounds Building in Viroqua. Watch for DAIRYLAND AUCTION ARROWS on Hwy. 14-27 at the north edge of Viroqua. GUNS & SPORTING: Savage Mdl. 99 300 Savage lever; Ruger Mini 14 Ranch .223 w/6.5x20 Borska scope; Browning Mdl. 71 High Grade .348 w/box; Browning BAR .270 w/scope; Browning A-Bolt 7mm Mag #73/100 2000 WI Rocky Mountain Elk chapter; Win. Mdl. 94 (pre 64) .32 spl; Win. Mdl. 94 30-30 w/4x scope; Rem. 7400 30-06 auto.; Rem. 7400 .243 auto. w/scope; Marlin Mdl. 36ADL .30-30 lever; Glenfield Mdl. 30 .30-30 w/4x scope; Weatherby Mark V .22-250 w/pistol grip & Leupold scope; Rock River 5.56mm w/2.5x10 scope, bipod & case; (2) Magnum Research Inc. Lone Eagle .308 & 30-06 s. steel single shots; Thompson Center Encore .243 w/scope; Browning T-Bolt .22 Mag. w/scope; Rem. 597 .22 s. steel; Winchester 1904 .22 single; Kodiak, CVA & Hawkins 50 cal. muzzleloaders; Browning Citori 12 ga. o/u; Belgian Browning A-5 12 ga. 2¾"; Beretta 12 ga. 3" auto.; Raikal 12 ga. 3½" auto.; Win. Mdl. 1200 12 ga. pump; Stevens Mdl. 94 12 ga; Mossberg 835 UltraMag 12 ga. camo/syn.; Rem. 870 12 ga. 3"; Mossberg Mdl 185DB 20 ga. bolt w/clip; Ruger Red Label 12 ga. s. steel; .22 single break action pistol; (10) Framed Federal Duck Stamp prints 1983-1992. ANTIQUE, HOUSEHOLD & TOOLS: 1896, 1931 & 1983 Vernon Co. Atlases; Atlas coffee grinder; Crock jugs; Yarn spools; Wash tubs; Nail kegs; Wood boxes; Water pumps; Steel wheels; Horse plows; Golf travel bag; Spray paint; Old greeting cards; Oval frame picture; (3) toy tractors; (2) sofas; Love seat; Queen bed, dresser & night stand; Glider rocker; Elec. recliner; Weather radio; 2012 14' Hormar stairway chair lift, 350 lbs.; Hand cultivators; Luggage; Bar stools; Hoover vac; Nordic Track exerciser; (2) Pyren fire e xtinguishers; Shepherd hooks; Mens & womens X-country skis & poles; Books & cassettes; Iceman boots; Corner & book shelves; Candles; Kirby vac; Dart board; Stereo; Doilies; Enamelware; Lanterns; Egg crates; Pop bottles; Fax machine; Lg. Christmas dinnerware serving; Stuffed animals; K. tables & chairs; Christmas décor; Antique chair; Folding tables; Tupperware; Blankets; Ironing board; Pictures; Totes; C. holders; Lamps; Rugs; Dolls; Walker; Shampooer; Lawn mower lift; 18' alum. ladder; Wood ladder; Hose reels; ½" drive sockets; Level; Drill bits; Wrenches & sockets; 3-door rolling tool chest; Scotts spreader; 6.5hp power washer, needs new nozzle; B&D elec. trimmer; 14' & 16' log chains; Sander/polisher; Water sprinklers; Rhode Gear bike rack (new); Trek adult bike helmet; Weight sets. TERMS: Cash or good check with proper ID. 5½% sales tax applies. AUCTIONEERS: Tom Simonson #244 & Kurt Monson #123 Registered Wisconsin Auctioneers CLERK: Mike Frye Clerk; CASHIER: Randy Frye for Dairyland Auction Service, Inc., #23 P.O. Box 118, Elroy, WI 53929 • (608) 462-8218.

**** Special Note**** Please pay special attention to the “New/Updated” 2016/2017 Feeder Cattle Sale Schedule. The 2016/2017 Schedule can be found on our website; we can also send out a copy if you did not receive one in the mail

Upcoming Feeder Cattle Sale Schedule All Feeder Sales start at 9:00 am

Friday, September 23rd “Special ALL BEEF New Crop Calf/Yearling Sale” (No Holstein Steers Please) Friday, September 30th

“Special ALL HOLSTEIN & DAIRY CROSS Steer/Heifer Sale”

Friday, October 7th

“Special ALL BEEF New Crop Calf/Yearling Sale” (No Holstein Steers Please)

Friday, October 14th

“Special ALL HOLSTEIN & DAIRY CROSS Steer/Heifer Sale

Slaughter Sales: Every Tuesday starting at 8:30 am Lamb Pools 2nd & 4th Wednesdays, as scheduled

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Feel free to call with any questions, concerns or anything else you may need so we can serve you best!! Visit our auction live at www.cattleusa.com Like us on Facebook Thanks Again!! From All the Folks at Bloomington Livestock Exchange

PUBLIC AUCTION!

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NAMES: Mr. & Mrs. Mahlon Lambright ADDRESS: E3501 Hillpoint, WI 53937 DATE: Thursday, September 29, 2016 TIME: 9:30 AM LUNCH: Amish Lunch. LOCATION: 1 mile west of Hillpoint on State Hwy.154. AUCTIONEER’S NOTE: Owners have sold their farm and are moving out of state HORSES AND HARNESS: Te am of Belgian/Paint mares, 8 & 9 yr. olds, 1,250# 16 hands & well broke. Paint stud colt (son of Maple Chip). Set of nylon work harness(very good); Horse collars of various sizes; Breast harness; Neck yokes; Eveners; Sulky road cart w/rubber on wheels; Delaware style 3 seated top buggy w/lights & hard rubber on tires(good cond.); Single top buggy w/lights & hard rubber on wheels; New lead rope snaps. CHICKENS: 24 Barred Rock hens and 1 Rooster. Chicken waterers and feeders. Partial rolls of 4' chicken wire. FORKLIFT: Daewood 3,000 lb. lift W/7,000 hrs., pneumatic tires & 62" fork extensions and snowplow attachment. Very good condition and ready for work! MACHINERY: Pioneer wagon w/5'x8' rack, ramps, phils and 8' pole; Moline manure spreader w/ plastic liner (good cond.); 2 wheeled forecart w/ hard rubber tires; 3' culti-mulcher w/ swivel; Ariens 27 ton wood splitter w/ gas engine; 6' lumber roller; 40' bale elevator; 2-section springtooth; 1-horse garden cultivator; (2) hand push garden cultivators. SHOP ITEMS: Toledo 400# dial platform scale; Dewalt chopsaw w/Robin motor and 6' roller(14" sawblades & 1" arbor for chopsaw);10" Jet bandsaw w/6 am airmotor (can rip up to 30"s); Jet 10" bandsaw w/6 amp airmotor & 1" & 1/2" blades; Drillpress w/ airmotor; Milwaukee 18 volt sawsall; 750 amp inverter; Honda 5 h.p. engine; Yamakoyo 2.5 h.p. motor; 12 ton press; Bostich N8o air nailer; Max N70 coil air nailer; Bostitch N6o coil air nailer; Power washer; Efco & Husqvarna chainsaws; Portable battery charger w/gas motor; Jumper cables; 12' extension ladder; 4' pallet jack; (2) 32" pallet jacks; Toolbox w/allen wrenches; Air hoses; Extension cords; Large open/box end set of wrenches (1 & 1/16"- 1 & 7/8); Large leg vice; (3) ratchet ties; Weatherhead 180 compartment bin w/bolts; Disc stand for bolts; Cans of spray paint and painters masks; New door latches; Barrel w/ hydraulic oil; Barrel pump; Pipe vice, cutters, and threaders; Come-along; Overhead gas barrel w/ stand; Banding cart w/compartments for clips; Boxes of new banding clips (1/2", 5/8", & 3/4"); Banding crimpers for 1/2", 5/8" & 3/4" banding; Banding tightener; 5' shop dust mop; Overhead barrel w/some kerosene; Shop woodstove w/8" pipe; Log chains; Wheelbarrow; Estwing & sledge hammers; Splitting maul; Nail pouches; V-belts. MISC: Plastic port-a-potty; 26' guard rail; (2) RR ties; Corner fence brace; 8' door track; Shovels, forks & other misc. hand tools; Approx.10 face cords of dry hardwood firewood; Round bale feeder; 4-ton white metal bulk bin mounted on wooden beams; 6' X 10' 2-sided hay feeder w/roof; Tree stand; 50 firebrick for stoves; Older milk cans; Small sparrow trap; Plastic and metal barrels; Clean 5 gal. pails w/lids; 5 bundles of wooden lathe; Pile of 3' 2x6’s; (2) bags of Quik Crete; 4'X 6' sign board; Stainless steel stovepipes; Roll of alum. screen; Pile of used steel siding and scrap iron; (6) 16' hog panels; (10) corral panels; Misc. wire & rope. FEED:123 small bales of 2nd crop hay; 3 1/2 big squares of hay. LAWN & HOUSEHOLD: Honda 22" lawnmower; FS 130 weed eater; Simplicity snow blower w/hood; Swing in A frame; Moveable wash line; Kingsford wood fired grill (like new); Small wishing well planter; Gardening tools; Living room woodstove; Maytag washing machine (good cond.); 12 gal. Western Stoneware crock; 8 drawer dresser w/ Formica top; Picnic table; Heavy-duty fiber-glass top folding tables; Smith-Corona manual typewriter; Corn-hole games; Kerosene heater & other misc. household items. TERMS: Cash or good check. No buyers premium. CLERK & CASHIER: Provided by Simonson Real Estate & Auction Service, LLC, #446, Cashton, WI 54619. (608)343-5162. REGISTERED WI AUCTIONEERS: John Marg, #231, Black River Falls, WI & Tom Simonson, #244, Cashton, WI (715)284-4684. SELLER’S NEW ADDRESS AFTER AUCTION: 4634 Lamie Hwy., Charlotte, Michigan 48813

ious stages of lactation; 6-springing heifers (5-close); 4-Holstein heifers (exposed to bull); 4-open yearling heifers. Note: Cattle will be vet checked and complete info will be posted on the day of the auction. 30 S.S. milk cans; S.S. strainers; S.S. milk pails; S.S. wash vat; Kylo milk cooler; Ashland milk cooler; S.S. square water heater; Kant kick cow clamps; cow lift; Loyal barn lime spreader; dehorners; feed carts; round bale feeder. HORSES & TACK: 2-Teams of red sorrel Belgian geldings (13 & 15 y.o., well broke); smooth mouth sorrel mare; 3 y.o. sorrel gelding (broke); red sorrel yearling gelding; weanling stud colt; 4-sets of nylon work harnesses; collars; halters; 2-buggy harnesses; eveners; neck yokes. Note: Horses will be Coggins tested and reports given to buyers the day of the auction. MACHINERY: 80 HP Perkins diesel; 85 bu. Lancaster spreader; hay rack on 6 ton Kasten gear; hay rack on 8 ton EZ Trail gear w/springs; Kasten 6 ton gear; 5’x10’ box wagon w/gear; JD 2-btm 12” trailer plow; Oliver 2-btm 16” trailer plow; JD 1-btm 16” trailer plow; Hostetler left hand sulky plow; 2-way sulky plow; JD walking plow; 2-7’ JD tandem discs; 3-section square bar drag; JD 8’ quack digger; JD 10’ spring tooth; JD grain drill w/fertilizer & grass seed attach.; 8’ dbl. roll cultipacker w/grass seed attach.; IHC 250 corn planter w/JD 1240 plateless units, tongue, hind-dolly wheel & seat w/liquid fertilizer; MW 2-row cultivator; 2-McD 1-row cultivators; auto-steer cart w/blade; Pioneer cart; IHC corn binder w/bundle carrier & roller chain; IHC 7’ grain binder w/canvasses; IHC #9 7’ regular gear mower; 2-IHC #9 6’ regular gear mowers; swather; NH #56 roll-a-bar rake; IHC side delivery rake; NI green crop hay loader w/steel bars; IHC hay loader w/steel bars; Pequea 7’ hay tedder; JD 24T hay baler w/pick-up; Rosenthal 4-roll corn shredder; fertilizer spreader on mower gear; Gehl C-40 silo filler; BearCat 18” grinder w/auger; dump sled; snow plow; narrow bobsled; bale mover; potato planter; JD buzz saw rig (needs work); stone boat; slip scraper; brush saw. FARM MACHINERY IS ALL FIELD READY! GUNS & ARCHERY: Remington model 742 .280 auto w/3x9 scope & sling; Remington 870 Express 12 ga. 3” mag. w/turkey choke; Ruger pellet gun (new); PSE compound bow w/quiver & arrows. SHOP & LAWN: Pipe wrenches; hand saws; hand planes; drills; vice grips; hammers; braces; block laying tools; 1/4”, 3/8” & 1/2” drive socket sets; other misc. wrenches; handyman jacks; block & tackle; pressure washer; roof & ladder brackets; scaffolding plank; American reel lawn mower (new); 2-Eclipse mowers (sharpened); 2-Scotts mowers. MISC.: JD hand crank corn sheller; fanning mill; sleigh; cross-cut saws; circle saw blades; clevises; chain hoist; JD planter plates; grease guns; oil cans; shovels; axes; picks; bars; load binders; skidding tongs; 32’ fiberglass ext. ladder; 28’ wooden ext. ladder; large anvil; C-40 filler knives; Clipper belt lacer; fencing tools; fence posts; post hole diggers; post pounders; T-post puller; log chains; skidding tongs; come-alongs; tandem hitch ropes & pulleys; platform scales; wheelbarrows; 15 Jamesway stanchions; 100’ hay track; hay carriers; Myers pump jack; well pipe dog; hydraulic tri-pod wagon lift. HOUSEHOLD & POSSIBLE COLLECTIBLE: Ashland cook stove; Maytag wringer washers; folding chairs; dishes; blankets; luggage; books & games; beds & mattresses; metal cabinet; 2-solid wood rockers; Superior 10 gal. cream separator; Country ice cream freezer; 2-Hipolite lanterns; gas & oil lanterns; anniversary clock; glass butter churn; Singer treadle-type sewing machine; Chop-Rite #22 meat grinder w/stand & trays (gearbox type); foot corn-cutter; Cyclone hand seeder. TERMS: Cash or good check. CLERK & CASHIER: Provided by Reuben Shrock & Associates REGISTERED WI AUCTIONEERS: John Marg, #231, Black River Falls, WI (715) 284-4684 & Ken Leonard, #1215, Elkader, IA.

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NAME: Dave Krueger Estate Yenti Eilertson PR DATE: Friday, September 23 TIME: 9:00 a.m. LOCATION: E10744 Highway 136, Baraboo, WI 53913. One mile west of Baraboo WI on Highway 136. LuNCh: Country Gals. NOTE: Following is a partial list of a large auction. Pictures at www.gavinbros.com. TrACTOrs: Zetor 3340 tractor, MFWD, ROPS w/Zetor 92 loader, s/n 8214, 3 pt., single hyd., 1,100 hrs. (bought new); hydraulic snow blade & pallet forks for Zetor loader; Case Model “L” tractor, runs; 1936 Farmall F-20 tractor, NF, runs; 1936 Farmall F-30 tractor, NF, runs; McCormick Deering W-40 tractor, WF, doesn’t run; Massey Harris Wallis tractor on steel, s/n 62532, loose, for restoration; Farmall 1020 in parts. FArM MAChINEry: Kuhn EL 320 rototiller; Bush Hog SQ 720 3 pt. rotary mower; 3 pt. 6' blade; trailer w/1920s Cadillac limo wheels & axle; side delivery roll bar rake; wood box spreader, mdl. 140; sickle bar trailer mower; back blade; single disc; drag section; flat rack & gear; saw rig; belt drive planner; insert tooth circular saw & other large circular saw blades other parts and related items. TruCk/VAN: 2005 Ford E-250 Cargo Van, 82,726 miles; 1991 Dodge Ram 2500 pickup, regular cab, 5 speed, 4x4, Cummins diesel, 51,000 miles. LAwN MOwErs/OuTDOOr ITEMs: Simplicity Legacy XL 27 hp 60" diesel lawn mower 4x4, 670 hrs.; Simplicity Regent 15 Hydro 38"; Simplicity riding mower (older); White 650 push mower; 2 Snapper 6 hp push mowers; Cub Cadet 526 SWE snow blower, like new; Troy-Bilt Tuffy rear-tine tiller; Stihl 041AV & 020 AV chain saws; Stihl BG86 leaf blower; Stihl FS45 & FS 76 weed eaters; Homelite 719 chain saw; Agri-Fab lawn sweep; Montgomery Ward’s walk-behind gas cultivator; 2 lawn rollers; fertilizer spreader, more. TOOL ITEMs: Milwaukee M18 drill & impact, NIB; PorterCable drill set; Delta drill set; Porter-Cable brad nailer; Porter-Cable pancake compressor; Delta miter saw; Wilton chop saw; Delta table saw; Craftsman radial arm saw; table saw; circular saws; Delta tabletop drill press; Forney welder; lg. bench grinder w/stand; Workmate; Porter-Cable battery tool set; cement mixer; shop vac; work lights; plastic shelving; Keller 6' stepladder; ext. ladders; plastic saw horses; platform scale; lots of misc. hand tools; clamps; lots of carpeting tools including stretchers, knee kickers; rollers & seaming tools; lawn & garden tools; misc. lumber other tool items & supplies. hOusEhOLD/ANTIquE ITEMs: Hiawatha bike; wooden oars; wooden propeller; Airline radio; GE upright freezer; lift chair; recliner; couch; Duncan Phyfe table; end tables; desk; 3 piece bedroom set; chest of drawers; spool bed; bird’s eye dresser w/wishbone mirror; double bed; roll-top desk; glass door china cabinet; 5 gal. Red Wing crock; 4 gal. Western crock; hump-back trunk; dishes/china; everyday kitchen; file cabinets; Gone w/the Wind lamp; box camera; transistor radio; charcoal grill; picnic table; quilts, bedding; 45 rpm records; etc. BOAT/GuNs/huNTING/FIshING: Lund 16' boat w/25 hp Mercury motor & trailer; Remington mdl. 514 .22 SS; Montgomery Ward’s Field Deluxe Model 60 20 ga. pump; single shot 20 ga.; stack-on gun cabinet; fishing poles/tackle; misc. ammo; Evinrude outboard motor; live traps other hunting & fishing items. TOy ITEMs: Tractors: 4 Farmall F-20s; IH 706; Case “L”; McCormick Deering 15-30; IH 856 -1997 IH collectors; JD 820; McCormick Deering 2236; Titan tractors; model cars; boxing gloves; baseball gloves/mask; Erector set; bikes; more. TErMs: Cash or good check. VISA or MasterCard 3% convenience fee. adno=486671-01 GAVIN BrOs. AuCTIONEErs, LLC. (wisconsin registered Auction Company #274) reedsburg, wI Baraboo, wI (608) 524-6416 (608) 356-9437 www.gavinbros.com info@gavinbros.com

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Dashir is hiring a FT Evening Cleaner for the River Valley School District. We offer competitive wages and benefits including Paid Vacation, Sick Days, 6 Paid Holidays, Retirement Plan, Short Term Disability, AD&D, Life Insurance and Health Insurance. Requirements: Detail oriented, ability to work independently, organized.

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SUNSET ORCHARD has year around positions open. We are looking for quality employees for our sliced apple processing. Duties include sorting, packaging and boxing our sliced apple products. Prior applicants need not apply.

Call for interview appointment at 647-4038. Sunset Orchard, Hustler Ridge Drive, Richland Center, WI

QPS is currently hiring for multiple positions located from Richland Center + Spring Green to Boscobel + Prairie du Chien on all shifts.

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SCHMITT WOODLAND HILLS EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES Schmitt Woodland Hills and its partners offer people a wide range of quality services and facilities through good stewardship with a Christian Philosophy.

•CNA – Full-time days, evenings, and night positions available. • Supportive Home Care Workers – Hours Available Applications are kept on file for one year.

JOB OPENINGS

Schmitt Woodland Hills 1400 West Seminary Street, Richland Center, WI 53581 (608) 647-8931 “This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer.”

Plateco is seeking skilled and qualified applicant for our current open position. Must have HS diploma or equivalent, excellent attendance, strong work history, and be able to pass pre-employment testing.

Director of Engineering

Manage the Engineering department and all functions within. Provide customer and sales support. Applicants must have a B.S. Degree in Structural Engineering/Metallurgist or 8 years related technical experience in metal stamping, metal forming, or zinc plating operations. Such desired experience could also include working with metal surface finishing additives pre-plate to post-plate, chromates, topcoats, finishing aids and an understanding of the surrounding chemistry. Prefer both experience and degree. ***Competitive pay scales + 60 day/annual reviews. Growth within the company! Plateco offers a benefit package for full-time employees, including medical, dental, life, 401K, flex, disability, holiday, vacation, shift premiums, birthday paid and more.

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Puestos de producción a parr de $12- $13.40 / hora basada en el puesto del empleo y las cualificaciones, pago diferencial por turno de trabajo está disponible. Pago de incenvos también están disponibles con el potencial de ganar de hasta $16 + basado en desempeño. También ofrecemos: acceso gratuito al centro de salud y bienestar, 401K con contribución parcial de la compañía (al 4%), empo de vacaciones pagado, seguro dental, de visión, y de vida, la cobertura de la discapacidad, el reembolso del costo de clases, y la oportunidad de ascenso.

Entrevistas Inmediatas Aplicar en persona en 700 Ash Street, Reedsburg, WI 53959 (7:30am - 3:30pm) o visita www.grede.com

Maintenance & Electrical starng wages are based on skills and experience.

Con sede en Southfield, MI, Grede LLC es una de las principales fundiciones del mundo, con más de 4700 empleados y 14 instalaciones que sirven una base de clientes global. La fundición de Reedsburg ene oportunidades para los individuos muy movados para ingresarse a una de las mejores operaciones de fundición del mundo.

We also offer : Free visits to the Worksite Wellness Center, company matched 401k (to 4%), Paid time off, dental, vision, healthcare, life, disability coverage, tuition reimbursement, and opportunity for advancement. Immediate Interviews Available Apply in person at 700 Ash Street, Reedsburg, WI 53959 (7:30am - 3:30pm) Or visit www.grede.com

IT’S IN OUR

Grede LLC. A division of MPG, is an equal opportunity employer and a drug-free work place.

NATURE.

MPG is headquartered in Southfield, MI . We are one of the leading foundries in the world with over 4,700 employees and 14 facilies serving a global customer base. The Reedsburg foundry has opportunies for highly movated individuals to join one of the leading foundry operaons in the world.

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Grede, LLC, una división de MPG, es empleador de la igualdad de oportunidades y un empleo libre de drogas.

Producon posions start at $12.00 to $13.40 per hour based on posion and qualificaons, shi differenal is available. Incenve posions are also available with potenal earnings up through $16+ based on performance.

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• Competitive wages, great pay! • Flexible hours, great part time job • Training provided

Full-time and Part-time Seasonal Positions **ALL SHIFTS AVAILABLE** Apply in person or online at www.cabelas.jobs (Job #31771)

• Base wage: $9.50/hr. days, $11.00/hr. nights (includes shift differential) * Earn additional bi-weekly pay based on performance with unlimited earning potential in select areas including packing and filling.

• Benefit package including 401K and ESPP • Merchandise discount • $1 per day lunch program available • On-the-job training. No experience necessary • Drug/lift test & background check required

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Please apply Monday – Friday (8am-4:30pm) at: 1375 Industrial St., Reedsburg, WI 53959 or hr@platecoinc.com

Contact Sara Baudhuin 608-647-4446

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If you wish to apply for a position, please come in and fill out an application, mail a resumé or e-mail resumé to jameje@mwt.net. Front office hours are from 9 AM to 4:30 PM Monday to Friday and 8:30 AM until Noon on Saturday.

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Plateco is seeking skilled and qualified applicants for our current open positions. Must have HS diploma or equivalent, excellent attendance, strong work history, and be able to pass pre-employment testing.

Plateco is seeking skilled and qualified applicants for our current open positions. Must have HS diploma or equivalent, excellent attendance, strong work history, and be able to pass pre-employment testing.

Quality Supervisor Oversee Quality Inspectors and Maintain ISO Certification. Perform quality control inspections, checks, and tests during the manufacture of products. Inspect materials, parts and products at different stages of production. Records observations and may make recommendations for improving processes. 2 years Quality experience, Supervisor, and ISO 9000 experience preferred.

Floater (Make up to: $13.50/hr + $.80 3rd shift premium) 1st shift & 3rd shift Racking/Un-racking on Rack 2 and 3, as well as, Off Line Material Handling as needed. Helps all lines meet production goals. Plating Assistant (Make up to:$13.50/hr) 1st shift Racking/Un-racking on Rack 2 and 3 to meet production goals. BO/WT Apprentice (Make up to: $13.50/hr + $.80 - 3rd shift premium) 3rd shift Racking/Un-racking on Rack 2 and 3 to meet production goals. Back up for the Bake Oven and Water Treatment Departments in the operators absence.

***Competitive pay scales + 60 day/annual reviews. Growth within the company! Plateco offers a benefit package for full-time employees, including medical, dental, life, 401K, flex, disability, holiday, vacation, shift premiums, birthday paid and more.

***Competitive pay scales + 60 day/annual reviews. Growth within the company! Plateco offers a benefit package for full-time employees, including medical, dental, life, 401K, flex, disability, holiday, vacation, shift premiums, birthday paid and more.

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Nu-Pak is adding new production lines! We are currently seeking motivated, dependable employees to join our growing team. Qualified candidates will have a strong work ethic, positive attitude and the ability to work effectively in a team environment. Nu-Pak offers on the job training in a safe, healthy working environment. Benefits include: medical, dental, vision & disability insurance, vacation, 401(K) with company match, and opportunities for advancement. Interested candidates should apply in person or online at www.nu-pak.com

Friendly, hard-working individuals needed for various departments throughout store!

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NEW PAY SCALE!

Please apply Monday – Friday (8:00 AM - 4:30 PM) at: 1375 Industrial Street, Reedsburg, WI 53959 www.platecoinc.com

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Cabela’s is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE) and seeks to create an inclusive workplace that embraces diverse backgrounds, life experience, and perspectives. Cabela’s shows commitment to the men and women who have served in the United States Armed Forces by providing meaningful, challenging career opportunities where military skills and experience may be applied.

WE LIVE UNDER THE HOOD Would you like to be part of a team that engineers products that make a difference for some of the biggest and best brands in the world?

We are hiring motivated people to join our team!

$17.00/hr. Starting Pay

MPC is holding drop in interviews every Tuesday in October from 8am – 4pm!

and one week of paid time off in the first year of employment!

Please fill out an application online before coming to the interview.

3rd Shift Production Filler Operators

MPC offers a competitive wage, benefit package and access to an on-site wellness clinic.

plus shift differential

Days vary and may include weekends.

Full-Time and Part-Time Positions: Assembly Operators – 1st and 2nd shift

Qualifications: High school diploma or equivalent – Required Manufacturing background preferred

We offer great benefits including health insurance effective upon start, 100% match up to 8% 401(k), and more! LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR BENEFITS AND APPLY ONLINE!

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The Richland Hospital, Inc. is seeking an Advanced Practice Nurse Practitioner (APNP) specializing in Family Medicine to cover shifts on an as needed basis in our provider-based Rural Health Clinics located in Muscoda, WI and Spring Green, WI. The APNP will provide primary ambulatory care in collaboration with physician(s), serving individual patients of all ages. The APNP will maintain advanced knowledge base and skills in health promotion and maintenance, disease prevention, physical and psychosocial assessment, and management of health and illness in the health care of individuals across the full spectrum of ages; pediatrics, adult, geriatric clients. This is a PRN, week-day position, providing temporary coverage as required. Qualifications/Certifications: APNP with unrestricted Wisconsin License and a minimum of two years of experience in an ambulatory clinic setting. Current certification from national certifying body approved by the Wisconsin Board of Nursing for Nurse Practitioners, Current certification as an advanced prescriber; Medicare/Medicaid eligible, no exclusion; DEA Registration, ACLS, PALS, CPR and a valid Wisconsin driver’s license.

REGISTERED NURSE PERIOPERATIVE The Richland Hospital, Inc. is currently seeking an experienced Perioperative Registered Nurse to join our Surgical Team. This is a regular, part-time day shift position (approximately 72 hours per bi-weekly pay period), involving rotation of call (approximately 6 days per month, including every fifth weekend) and holidays. The Perioperative RN provides direct patient care to surgical patients, with primary emphasis on the intra-operative period and responsibility for pre-operative assessment, post-operative evaluation and recovery. Qualifications: Current Wisconsin RN licensure with prior surgical experience and knowledge of general, orthopedic, gynecologic and specialty surgical procedures required. Applicant must be BLS and ACLS certified.

REGISTERED NURSE MEDICAL/SURGICAL UNIT The Richland Hospital, Inc. is seeking A qualified Registered Nurse to join our Medical/Surgical Unit. We currently have a twelve hour night shift position available with an every third weekend and a holiday rotation. The Registered Nurse will deliver age-specific care incorporating assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation utilizing the nursing process. The compassionate, personalized care and service that our employees give to our patients is the foundation of our organization. Qualifications: Graduate of an accredited school of nursing; maintain state RN licensure; CPR certification; excellent verbal and written communication skills; ability to make knowledgeable clinical assessments and judgments, ability to educate patients, a professional demeanor and the ability to work as a member of a team; ability to prioritize tasks; and maintain proficiency in computer applications.

REGISTERED NURSE CLINIC COORDINATOR Are you looking for an opportunity to advance your nursing career to a new level? The Richland Hospital, Inc. has that opportunity. We are currently seeking a night shift Nursing Clinical Coordinator. The Clinical Coordinator is a Registered Professional Nurse (RN) who is responsible for the management and coordination of patient care during an assigned shift. The Clinical Coordinator is responsible for recognizing and assisting in solving patient care, professional, administrative, and supervisory problems. He/she serves as a management/administrative liaison to hospital departments and services. This individual is responsible for overseeing effective patient placement, assure adequate staffing resources and safe and effective care delivery in addition to performing in a staff nurse role if the need arises. The Clinical Coordinator will provide leadership in a manner consistent with the hospital mission and core values, ethical directives and established policies and procedures in compliance with The Joint Commission, OSHA and other regulatory requirements. Leadership responsibilities will also include giving input into performance reviews, participation in quality improvement and professional development programs for staff. Qualifications: Graduate of an accredited school of nursing BSN preferred; Current licensure as a registered nurse in the state of Wisconsin; Two years of acute care experience Required; Completion of Emergency Department Competencies (and the ability to staff independently in the ED); Neonatal Resuscitation, ACLS, TNCC and either PALS or ENPC. The Richland Hospital offers excellent benefits, continuing education, competitive wages and a core value based work environment. Interested candidates may complete an application on-line or submit a resume to Rhonda Sutton, Director of Human Resources: Rhonda.sutton@ richlandhospital.com

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JAMES M. URSIN September 10, 2016 James M. Ursin, age 91, of Richland Center, died peacefully at home on September 10. Jim was a man of great Christian faith, and his actions and spirit reflected that. His gentle kindness was f elt by all who knew him. He was born June 12, 1925, in Suttons Bay, Michigan, the son of Nikolai and Olava (Larson) Ursin. Jim graduated from Wittenberg High School and enrolled in St. Olaf College. In 1943 he left St. Olaf to enter the U.S. Navy, where he served as a medical corpsman during World War II. After his honorable discharge in 1945, Jim returned to St. Olaf to receive his bachelor’s degree. He went on to the University of Iowa in Iowa City for his master’s degree in social work. In 1948, Jim was united in marriage to Pearl Nysted McDermott, who died in 2002. Early in their marriage, Jim and Pearl lived in the Des Moines area, where Jim worked for Lutheran Social Services, resettling more than 300 European refugees. The couple moved to Wausau, and Jim continued working at Lutheran Social Services before becoming the social worker for the Wausau School District, and later a family counselor for an independent agency, retiring in 1987. They were members of Immanuel Lutheran Church, where Jim sang in the church choir and taught

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the Bethel Bible Series. He also sang in the Wausau Lutheran Choir. In 1997 Jim and Pearl moved to Richland Center, where they joined St. John’s Lutheran Church. Jim was united in marriage to Lois Moe Anderson in 2003. He stayed active in retirement, volunteering for Meals on Wheels, visiting shutins, swimming daily, knitting countless blankets and baby sweaters for Lutheran World Relief, singing in the St. John’s Lutheran Church choir, and participating in Sons of Norway. Fluent in three languages, he enjoyed several trips abroad, especially Norway and Germany. Jim is survived by his wife, Lois; three children: John (Chris) Ursin of Oklahoma City, OK; Eric (Deedee) Ursin of Phoenix, AZ; and Kristi Ursin of Sayner, WI; three stepchildren: Anne (Scott) Fischer of Bowler, WI; Joy (David) Coyne of Barneveld, WI; and Kari (William Pink) Anderson f o Shorewood, WI; eighteen grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; and many nieces, nephews, other relatives, and friends. Jim was preceded in death by his parents; his first wife, Pearl; and siblings Elliott, Trygve, Norman, Ellen, and Alice. A memorial service will be held on Friday, September 23, at 1:00 PM at St. John’s Lutheran Church in Richland Center with visitation at St. John’s f rom 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM. Military Funeral Honors will be provided by the Local Military Memorial Honors Unit. Memorials may be directed to St. John’s Lutheran Church. The family would like to extend heartfelt thanks to the Upland Hills Hospice staff for their compassionate care. The Pratt Funeral and Cremation Service is assisting the family with their arrangements. Online condolences can be made at prattfuneralservice. com.

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SEPTEMBER 15, 2016 On the evening of September 15, 2016, William Peter Kirchoff Jr., known to family and friends as Bill, passed away peacefully in his farmhouse, with his wife and daughter by his side. But it is not the way that he passed that we will remember: It’s the way he lived-fully, simply and unselfishly-that will continue to inspire and positively impact generations to come. Bill was born in Chicago, Illinois, on October 1, 1936. He was the second born child of Alice Hansen and William Kirchoff. Throughout his life, everyone who knew Billfrom his family, to his 1954 graduating class at Steinmetz High, to the community of Viola, Wisconsin-knew the SAME Bill. His character was unwavering; and, in times of uncertainty, Bill could always be counted on to stand firm, encouraging others to do the same. Bill was the kind of a man of who stood by his word, the kind of man who lived with respect and compassion f or creatures great and small and the kind of man who didn’t take ordinary things for granted. Bill loved to fly airplanes. He served as a medic in the elite 82nd Airborne Division and aided in highly specialized missions in Panama. He was a long time member of the American Legion. He was a loving father, a proud

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$100 Income/Mo. = $30 Rent $500 Income/Mo. = $150 Rent $900 Income/Mo. = $270 Rent

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AFFORDABLE RANCH…R983 3 bedroom home with 2 car detached garage on a large level lot in Muscoda. Many recent flooring and upgrades. Dry basement with storage. Make your dream of home ownership come true. $99,900 COMMERCIAL OPPORTUNITY…C344 Start or relocate your business to this completely remodeled downtown building. 1,050 square foot main floor includes 4 rooms, tiled ½ bath plus file area and storage. Features: new drywall, new suspended tile ceiling with recessed lighting, 6 panel interior doors, recent floorings, new bath and more. Upstairs is a newly remodeled and decorated two bedroom, 1 bath apartment. $79,900

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PRIME COMMERCIAL: 10,700+ sq. ft. Prime Rental Space (4 units, 100% main occupancy on main level) 2,800 sq. ft. of lower level insulated storage (w/elevator access, bath), paved parking, offer 20+ stalls, w/handicapped parking and access, minimal exterior maintenance, up to date mechanical. Great investment opportunity. Price $395,000.00

Ken Hansen - Broker/Owner

416 Church St. Unit 1 • P.O. Box 531 • Richland Center, WI

608-604-4803 • 608-647-6654

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ONE STORY…R995 Functional 3 bedroom ranch on the north edge of Richland Center. Oak floored home (some under carpet). 3rd bedroom presently has washer & dryer hookups. Garage, patio, recent built-in gas range and oven, new roof in 2011, updated entry doors, recent furnace. $89,900

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The Town of Marshall is accepting bids for 300 yards of sand and 120 yards of screenings to be delivered to the Marshall Town Shed by November 30, 2016. Bids must be in by October 12, 2016 to Town Clerk Melanie Ring, P.O. Box 52, Richland Center, WI 53581. Write the word “BID” on the outside of the envelope. The Town of Marshall reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Melanie Ring, Clerk adno=487335-01 SCHOOL DISTRICT OF ITHACA

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VANS 2006 Chrysler Town & Country, V6, auto., 7 pass., well equipped.................. $3,996 2005 Dodge Grand Caravan, V6, auto., local trade ...........................................$2,995 2004 Dodge Grand Caravan, V6, auto., 7 pass..................................................$3,996 2003 Dodge Grand Caravan, 7 passenger, local trade.......................................$2,495 2002 Chrysler Town & Country Limited, quad seating, heated leather........ $3,995

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The School District of Ithaca is accepting Bids for Snowplowing at the Ithaca School for the 2016-2017 Winter Season.

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The Right Mattress A GOOD NIGHT’S SLEEP IS A NECESSITY Good health and sleep are closely linked. Just as we improve our eating habits for better health, we should also improve our sleep habits for better health. Sleep debt is a costly problem in our society, both fiscally and physically. Four out of every five people suffer from back pain and studies show we are not as productive or safe when we do not get enough rest. Back pain comes in a close second to the common cold as the most frequent cause of lost work time. Sleep should be a priority and not just a negotiable need that is determined by our busy schedules. Good sleep not only lessens costly back problems but helps to prepare us for a more productive, alert and safe day ahead. Poor sleep and back problems are like the chicken and the egg theory. Which came first? Are backaches the cause of lack of sleep or does lack of sleep cause back problems? Both may be helped with the right mattress. The lower back or lumbar region is the most common area for back pain because it bears the wear and tear of bending, stooping, sitting, and lifting. A good mattress supports the back and allows the muscles to rest and rejuvenate during sleep. Poor sleep does not allow this to happen, nor does a poor sleep surface. Experts recommend mattresses that offer superior support without being too hard. The bottom line is: The right mattress is very important to our overall health.

It is important to find a mattress with edgeguard because it gives you more mattress surface to actually sleep on. You might as well use all of it since you are paying for all of it! Everyone has natural curves in their back. Usually the harder the surface the more the back has to drop out of alignment to meet the mattress. The optimal mattress has enough padding to support your back without allowing it to drop out of its natural alignment. A plush mattress with good support will do just that. VALUE Most people sleep about one-third of the life. What else do you do for that amount of time that affects the other twothirds of your life? We think nothing of spending $300 to $400 on a TV that comes with a one-year warranty and that, if you are lucky, will last five years. But many people think it’s appalling to spend $700 to $800 on a new queen mattress that comes with a 10-year nonprorated warranty and will easily last 10 years. This same mattress, if picked properly, will give you many nights of great sleep and ultimately better productive days, too. Many will pay up to 40 percent more for a new car than they did a decade ago, yet the same person expects to pay the $299.99 prices of a decade ago when it comes to buying a new mattress. Value is relative, but when you think of using an item everyday, 365 days a year for 10 years, a good quality mattress for $800 is costing you a little less than 26 cents per day. Shopping for the best value doesn’t mean finding the lowest price. Bargain bedding is no bargain when it comes to getting a good night’s sleep. Are you the type of person who will spend $150 on running shoes that you wear three or four times a week but is only willing to spend $330 on a mattress that you sleep on eight hours a night for 10 years? There have been many advancements in mattress manufacturing. Many are designed by orthopedic doctors with proper support and great comfort levels to keep you properly aligned all night. Mattresses have many price points to meet everyone’s pocket book. Bottom line: If you aren’t satisfied with your current bedding and sleep comfort, there is a proper support mattress out there for you in your price range. And remember, how you sleep at night generally determines how you will feel for the rest of the day.

Four out of every five people suffer from back pain and studies show we are not as productive or safe when we do not get enough rest.

THE BIGGEST MATTRESS MYTH The old adage “hard is better” is truly a myth. No single sleep surface is right for everyone. Therefore a store that carries a varied selection of comfort levels is the place to start. Such variables as body temperature, sleep position, and lighting should be taken into account. Mattresses come in plush, pillow-top, ultra plush, ultra plus pillow-top, firm and cushion firm. All these comfort levels are just that - comfort levels. It is different from support level. Support level has to do with the coil count and coil construction. The proper support may be achieved in all of the different comfort levels. Depending on whether you are a stomach, side or back sleeper (or a combination) will determine the comfort level you will sleep better and longer on. And that is the goal. Although there are some exceptions to the rule, a good coil count number to keep in mind for proper support is as follows: Twin 420 or higher, full, 600 or higher; queen, 736 or higher; king, 930 or higher. The quality of fabric and different foams used should also be taken into consideration.

Important Points

1. Mattresses come in plush, pillow-top, ultra plush, ultra plush pillow-top, firm and cushion firm and all can have the same proper support. 2. Find a mattress with edge guard because it gives you more

mattress surface to sleep on. 3. The best foundation is a box spring with a steel center beam and cross rails of steel and wood. 4.Once you choose a comfort level, you’ll want to choose the best mattress in that level that you can afford.

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A Nursing Home

Mission – Driven Schmitt Woodland Hills exists to fulfill our mission of offering people a wide range of quality services and facilities through good stewardship and a Christian philosophy. As a not-for-profit we are committed to our mission of providing high-quality care and services to the senior citizens and those in need of rehabilitation services in Richland County. Not-for-profit institutions exist for the sake of their mission. They exist to make a difference in society and in the life of the individual. The first task of our Leadership is to make sure that everyone sees the mission, hears it and lives it. Governance No one owns a not-for-profit organization in the same way that shareholders own a for-profit corporation. Schmitt Woodland Hills is overseen by a Board of Directors whose members volunteer their time and talents to ensure quality services and management. With no expectation of financial gain, our Board members are committed to making sure we remain true to our mission, respond to local needs, plan effectively for the future and manage financial resources effectively. Our volunteer Board members have a deep awareness of evolving local community needs. They play an important role in bringing our offerings to people outside our immediate community. The Schmitt Woodland Hills Retirement Community has a strong commitment to being an active, contributing member of the localities we serve. We embrace opportunities for social accountability, not only to identify community needs, but to exercise leadership in meeting those community needs.

profits also have been driving important reforms, including reductions in the use of restraints and psychotropic drugs in nursing homes. Schmitt Woodland Hills is in the business of serving others for the long term. As we have expanded and created new buildings, we choose materials and designs expected to stand the test of time. When we use our not-for-profit status to seek tax-exempt financing for construction, we expect the buildings to still be in service for up to 50 years or more. We are not in the business of developing commercial real estate. We are in the business of creating better living options for older citizens or those requiring rehabilitation services. Profits Although all businesses expect to generate returns on investment, there are significant differences in the ways private equity companies and not-for-profits allocate proceeds. • A private equity company’s chief objective is to create financial returns for owners or shareholders. • A not-for-profit like Schmitt Woodland Hills cannot operate for profit or distribute corporate income, but must reinvest returns in ways that support our mission. • Not-for-profits must use funds to help support the mission described in their charter. Every year we are required to demonstrate how our work fulfills that mission and benefits the “greater good” of our local community, society or the world around us. Schmitt Woodland Hills’ true bottom line is not an annual profit/loss statement. It is resident satisfaction.

Does your loved one need more care than you or your family can provide? Things to consider when it’s your turn to care for those who cared for you.

Quality A major study of nursing home quality in the United States and Canada found that not-for-profits consistently delivered better outcomes in four key areas relating to quality: • More and/or higher quality of staffing • Lower prevalence of pressure ulcers • Lower prevalence of restraints • Fewer Government citations for deficiencies A 2014 study published in the Journal of Health Care Finance found lower levels of registered nursing staff in privately owned nursing homes and also linked the lower mix of nursing skills to a significantly higher number of deficiencies. Not-for-profit organizations have been at the forefront of improving services for older persons, pioneering the introductions of new options such as the neighborhood/household model of “small house” nursing homes. Unlike more traditional nursing homes, Schmitt Woodland Hills’ skilled nursing facility has no long hospital corridors, or institutional kitchens or dining rooms. It’s a great, small, home-like environment where everyone knows one another. Not-for-

What You Should Know... • Fewer deficiencies in total • Fewer deficiencies causing harm or jeopardy to a resident • Fewer residents taking antipsychotic medications

Commitment to Staff and Staffing As part of our not-for-profit mission, we recognize that staff satisfaction and commitment are related to sufficient numbers of staff, fair wages and benefits, work flexibility when needed, continuing education/growth opportunities and an environment of respect. Benevolent Care Like many not-for-profits Schmitt Woodland Hills offers residents the assurance of knowing they can have lifelong access to living arrangements and services should they outlive their financial resources through no fault of their own. Each year we provide approximately a half a million dollars in benevolent care to residents who find themselves in just that type of situation. The Continuum of Care Schmitt Woodland Hills offers multiple ways for older persons to find a satisfying living arrangement or the care they need, whether home-based or in living arrangements ranging from independent housing to 24-hour skilled nursing. This continuum of services allows people to access the services they need in whatever place they call home.

Research has shown that the type of nursing home ownership can affect the quality of care. The research showed that non-profit nursing homes offered specific advantages including: • Lower prevalence of restraints • Higher staffing ratios overall • Lower prevalence of pressure ulcers • Higher ranking on the Centers • Lower hospitalization rates for Medicare & Medicaid Services • Higher staffing number of Five-Star Rating System registered nurses

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For many people facing a life-limiting illness, hospice is an unfamiliar model for receiving health care. They may correctly equate hospice with comfort-focused, “whole-person” care at the end of life, but most people’s understanding ends there. We are fortunate that Richland County is home to exceptional hospice care that’s available to everyone who needs it in the last six months of their life. Our local nonprofit hospices have some of the most innovative services and facilities available anywhere in the country. Not only is hospice care one of the most comprehensive forms of care people can receive at the end of life, it’s also very affordable. In working toward choosing a hospice, it’s helpful to explore some myths and facts about receiving high-quality hospice care.

Myth: Hospice is for the last few days of life. Fact: People are eligible to receive hospice care when they have 1) a diagnosis of a life-limiting condition, 2) a life expectancy of six months or less and 3) a primary goal of comfort, not cure. They do not need to be bedbound, wheelchair-bound or even homebound to enroll, but two physicians must certify that the person meets the basic hospice eligibility criteria. When patients are able to have hospice care for several weeks or months, there’s more time for hospice staff to support and comfort them—body, mind and spirit. Hospice care also includes emotional and spiritual support for patients’ family members, to help them prepare for the loss and process their grief after the death.

Myth: Hospice is only available to people who have health insurance. Fact: For people who don’t have health insurance, hospices’ charitable care programs can often help. For example, at Agrace HospiceCare, people who need hospice care but don’t have the means to pay for it can receive free or discounted care through Agrace’s donor-supported Care for All program. Myth: When people enroll in hospice care, they have to give up Medicare. Fact: When a patient covered by Medicare chooses to enroll in hospice, their standard Medicare benefits continue—for items and services that are not related to their terminal illness. Care that is related to their terminal illness is typically included within the Medicare hospice benefit, which pays for covered items and services that are provided or arranged by the hospice. When a loved one has a life-limiting illness, hospice can be incredibly helpful. While practices and costs are similar at most nonprofit hospices, certain differences can tip the scales for prospective patients, including the hospice’s accreditation, staff expertise and certification, access to inpatient or residential hospice care, volunteer support and community reputation. It’s wise to ask your doctor to explain your choices and his or her recommendation.

Be informed. Find out about the hospice services available in your area. Visit with representatives from any hospice you are considering.

Myth: All hospice patients must have “do not resuscitate” (DNR) status. Fact: Hospice is patient-driven care. Most hospices encourage patients to make their own choice about whether they prefer to be resuscitated or to die naturally in the event their heart or breathing stops. When patients enroll with Agrace HospiceCare, Madison, their care team talks with them and their family or health care agent to be certain their end-of-life wishes and advance directives are known to, and fulfilled by, their care team. Myth: Hospice care is expensive. Fact: Most patients have minimal out-of-pocket expenses for hospice care, even for medications and equipment that are often needed in the last months of life. The comprehensive care and support provided by hospices is almost completely paid for by Medicare, Medicaid or private health insurance, although there may be small co-payments for medications.

HOW TO MAKE A DECISION

1. Visit with your physician. He or she will help you and your family decide when the time is right for hospice care. 2. Be informed. Find out about the hospice services available in your area. Visit with representatives from any hospice you are considering. 3. If you and a family member resides in a nursing home/assisted living facility, visit with staff there. They can provide you with information on the hospices available. 4. Visit with friends and family members who have used a local hospice service. Find out if they were satisfied with the service they received. Remember, although all hospices provide the same basic services, how those services are rendered will vary from hospice to hospice. 5. Always remember that you and your family have the right to choose which hospice you use. Be leary of physicians, hospital personnel, hospice staff, etc. who attempt to deny your right to choose.

Get the Information You Need From Doctor Visits.

Ask Your Doctor These Five Critical Questions:

• Write down questions in advance. • Bring along a person you trust to write down/ remember what the doctor says. • Ask what tests and procedures are being done and why. • Ask about treatment options. • Complete a Power of Attorney for Healthcare; update it every five years. • Tell your doctor you are comfortable talking about hospice.

1. Can this treatment cure my condition? 2. If I am not cured, how long will this treatment prolong my life? 3. Could treatment complications shorten my life? 4. How will this treatment affect the quality of my life, both positively and negatively? 5. If I choose not to be treated, how long might I live and with what quality of life?

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Agrace brings care to wherever you call home in Richland County.

Facing a serious illness is never easy. If you need someone beside you on this journey, ask for Agrace. We come to you, wherever you live. This could be at your own home, a relative’s home, a nursing home, assisted living or other residential facility. Agrace is much more than medical care. We focus on whatever matters most to you— your comfort and dignity, your mind and spirit, your goals and wishes.

Hospice care is for people who:  have a serious illness or health condition,  are expected to live six months or less, and  are seeking comfort, not a cure.

Who pays for hospice? Hospice is typically

paid for by most health insurance plans, Medicare or Medicaid. The payment covers:  visits from your Agrace care team,  medical supplies and equipment,

 medicines related to your illness (you may have to make a small co-payment), and inpatient care, if needed.

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The reasons for preferring cremation are varied. For some, it seems a more natural process than burial. Others have environmental concerns with burial. Still others are not sure why they feel more comfortable with cremation but are interested in learning more. This article is for all of you. Most funeral homes provide some type of cremation service, but some specialize in providing cremation services. For many consumers it is important the funeral home they select own and operate their own crematory as opposed to transferring the deceased to an off-site crematory. The peace of mind of knowing one funeral home is prepared and experienced to provide the services you require is well worth the effort required to become educated and make an informed choice. Because it is important to be informed, many people choose to make their decisions in advance. Making pre-arrangements with your selected funeral home will help assure your wishes will be carried out following death. It also spares your family from the burden of making decisions during the emotional time after a death. Many people wonder whether cremation is consistent with their religious beliefs. There was a time when some religions disapproved of the cremation process. Today, most permit cremation. It is a good idea to discuss your concerns with your clergy, as individual congregations may differ from nationwide or worldwide church policies. Another reason for preferring cremation is the many options available for services and final disposition. In fact, cremation offers more options than does traditional burial. For example, choices are available in the type and scheduling of gathering or celebration, the final disposition of cremated remains, and ways to remember or “memorialize” the deceased.

Cremation followed by Memorial Service: Following either private or public viewing, the body is cremated. A service or gathering is held at a place of the family’s choosing, to commemorate the life of the deceased. Eulogies, readings, music and the sharing of photos, videos, and personal collections and hobbies are often part of the gathering. The gathering is an opportunity for those who cared about the deceased to remember them in a special way, and to say good-bye. Funeral Service followed by cremation Probably the greatest misconception about cremation is that there can be no funeral. Many people choosing cremation have a traditional funeral service, followed by cremation. The funeral service may be conducted in a funeral home, church, or any other appropriate setting. Clergy may conduct the service, but this is not required. Some will prefer a less formal format of sharing memories and feelings. The funeral service is personalized by including things to help those attending to better know and remember the deceased, such as flowers, photos, videos and music. Choosing a casket, urn, burial vault, and stationery items that reflect the loved one’s life complements these items. Funeral directors who specialize in cremation will have many examples for you to look at and choose from. Anyone who has ever tried to write a family history knows it can take a little time. Planning to personalize a memorial service or funeral service is much the same. The plan may consist of simple, brief notes or a detailed set of directions. With so many choices and options, the value of preplanning becomes evident. No one better understands your wishes than you. Meeting with a funeral director who specializes in cremation services allows you to collect information on options and costs, and to record your wishes for your family to refer to later. You may even want to pre-pay your final expenses as a way of relieving your family from this burden and saving money. There are many good reasons why thoughtful families are beginning to strongly consider cremation. Let an informed funeral professional with experience and special interest in cremation make suggestions as to your options and choices.

The reasons for preferring cremation are varied. If you are interested in learning more, then this article is for you.

Immediate cremation Those preferring to have no services or gathering can arrange for removal of the deceased and immediate cremation. You will want to review cost, administrative requirements, and other details with your funeral director. Many families who choose direct cremation later regret the decision because it ignores their need for closure. Participating in arrangements, viewing the body, and meeting in a formal or informal setting with supportive friends and family are meaningful parts of a ritual, like baptisms and weddings, that help us understand and cope with loss.

The Top Four Things You Should Know...

1. Become educated and make an informed choice.

3. Make decisions and pre-arrangements in advance.

2. Find a funeral home that is prepared and experienced to provide the services you require.

4. Pre-pay your final expenses as a way of relieving your family from this burden and saving money.

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Planning Ahead Making important decisions now, regarding your last wishes, will take the burden off of loved ones in the future. Pre-fund now and protect against rising cost. Planning ahead will help you preserve assets for your heirs. Please call Josh to make an appointment, 608-475-1630.

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Who Is Your Provider? The importance of establishing a primary care provider. The relationship we have with our primary care provider is one of the most important relationships we have. It’s a working relationship focused on maintaining our overall health and wellbeing–a guiding hand through every stage of our lives. A primary care provider is a health care practitioner who provides care to people with common medical issues. These individuals are usually a Doctor (MD), but they can also be a nurse practitioner (FNP, DNP, NP, etc.) or a physician assistant (PA, PA-C). We find ourselves in need of medical care at every stage of our lives, from birth to the end of life. As a result, it’s likely that your primary care provider will be involved in your health care for many years, so it is important to choose someone who you work well with and who makes you feel comfortable. The role of your primary care provider. Primary care providers are your main contact in non-emergency medical situations. They provide preventive care and promote healthy lifestyle choices, diagnose and treat common medical conditions and provide referrals to medical specialists when necessary. Primary care providers typically provide care in an outpatient setting through clinics. If you are admitted to the hospital, depending on the circumstances, your primary care provider may be asked to assist in directing your care. This is most common in cases where longterm medical conditions, such as asthma, may have caused complications resulting in being admitted to the hospital. Having your primary care provider on hand in these situations is important as they are able to provide the hospital staff with a history of the condition as well as provide you with some much needed reassurance. As our needs change, so should our providers As we advance through the various stages of life, we find ourselves needing different forms of care. As we prepare to raise a family, we are most in need of a primary care provider who can provide obstetrical and gynecological care, pregnancy care and lead us up to, and through, a healthy and successful birth. Once we give birth, we may choose to stay with our primary care provider while our newborn child begins their care with a provider who specializes in pediatrics. Our child may stay with their pediatrician until they are 18, when they move on to choosing a general or family practitioner. The cycle continues from there.

It is important that you select the right primary care provider for you and your expected health care needs for each stage of your life. Insurance Many insurance plans place limits on the types of providers you can choose from, so it’s a good idea to contact your insurance provider to make sure you know what your insurance will cover before choosing your primary care provider. If you do not have a primary care provider, and a non-emergency health problem arises, you should seek non-emergency care from an urgent care clinic rather than a hospital emergency room. This will often save you money. TYPES OF PRIMARY CARE PROVIDERS Family Practitioners/General Practitioners: These doctors see children and adults of all ages and in many cases handle obstetrical care and minor surgery. They have also completed a residency program, around 11 years of post-high-school medical education and are board-certified or board-eligible for their specialty.

A primary care provider is a health care practitioner who provides care to people with common medical issues.

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Pediatricians: These doctors are specialized in the care of newborns, infants, children and adolescents. They have also completed a residency program, around 11 years of post-high-school medical education and are board-certified or board-eligible for their specialty. Obstetricians/Gynecologists: Doctors who specialize in Obstetrics and Gynecology often serve as a primary care provider for women, particularly those of childbearing age. Nurse Practitioners: Nurse practitioners go through a different training and certification process than doctors. They are registered nurses (RN) with advanced training in diagnosing and treating illnesses and have the ability to prescribe medications and administer physical exams. Physician Assistant: Physician Assistants also go through a different training and certification process than doctors. They are licensed medical practitioners who work under the direction of a physician (MD). They diagnose and treat illnesses and have the ability to prescribe medications and administer physical exams. The MD who they work under also reviews their work.

Pediatricians. These doctors are specialized in the care of newborns, infants, children and adolescents. Obstetricians/Gynecologists. Doctors who specialize in Obstetrics and Gynecology.

Nurse Practitioners. They are registered nurses (RN) with advanced training. Physician Assistant. They are licensed medical practitioners who work under the direction of a physician.

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