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I’ve always been reasonably good at trivia, or so I thought. My friends and I used to go down to Applebee’s on trivia night and win various items emblazoned with beer logos; we have enough polo shirts and hats that we could probably successfully convince someone that we worked for Coors. So I was excited when I got the news that they wanted me for the Sedalia Democrat trivia team. “Travis, the Democrat newsroom is fielding a team for the Kiwanis Trivia Night,” wrote editor Bob Satnan, “We saved a spot for you.” Here it is — my chance to show the full-timers that I could dispense pop culture knowledge with the best of them. I’m not good at a lot of things, but my head contains useless facts in abundance. Besides, the questions at an event like this should be sub-game show easy, right? The Sedalia Democrat team was called The Know It Alls, based on a team shirt that declared that reading the newspaper would allow one to do just that. It’s a little uncreative to have a team name that’s just the name of one’s business, so that’s what we did when they put us on the spot. The team member limit was eight and the Know It Alls used all of their available space. I understand that John Hansen, entertainment writer and Sedalia Democrat bowling champion, was not pleased that he had to sit out. I have no doubt that he would have been a fine addition. The first round of questions fell under the decidedly vague category entitled “America.” And the questions were actually pretty tough — I’ve got to hand it to the Kiwanis Club, they tracked down some reasonably challenging questions. The table seemed to be collectively surprised at this fact. And in that round was a question that made me think that I wasn’t just there wasting a spot on the roster. Do you know what boulevard Fort Knox can be found on? Well, we didn’t really either. I supposed, at first, that it was something severely obvious like Gold Boulevard. I sat on that for a second and then I looked over the question again — Aha! The question admitted that the street suffix was boulevard, and the federal government probably likes alliteration

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as much as the next highly departmental organization, so it’s probably Bullion Boulevard! The rest of the table made generally Travis agreeable noises at McMullen this revelation and in the face of not actu—— ally knowing the DEMOCRAT answer we went COLUMNIST with my guess, which was the best guess that we had. And when we got the answer sheet, we were right. The United States Bullion Depository is on the intersection of Gold Vault Road and Bullion Boulevard. And that’s how we answered a few of the questions that night: We didn’t actually know as many of them as would have liked so we all threw out a few reasonably plausible answers and voted on them. And that strategy was serving us relatively well — second place was ours to lose. First place belonged to a well-seasoned team called the Key Notes. The deficit was not significant at any point, and we kept hoping for a category that would allow us to catch the Keys. We thought, perhaps, that the television category would be our time to shine. I couldn’t help but laugh when I saw that there was a question about “The Big Bang Theory.” My mother, Teresa is a huge fan and would have known in an instant what night is designated by the characters of that show as “Pizza Night,” but this McMullen did not and neither did anyone else on the team. We eventually agreed on Wednesday but we were ultimately wrong. In the last few rounds, we were making progress on the leaders one or two points at a time. Even a commanding 12 out of 12, 100 percent performance in the final round, “Miscellaneous,” only brought us within four points. The Know It Alls ended the evening with 65 points, second only to the Key Notes’ 69. They played a great game and didn’t trail any of the other teams at any time. Gold, silver and bronze plastic medals were awarded to the top three teams accordingly. But know this, Key Notes: The next Kiwanis Trivia Night is in July and we’re coming for you! We’re going to be training the brain and bringing the pain! Ohhh yeaaaaah!

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The Hughes family of Hughesville was praised in the 1882 History of Pettis County, being named as part of the founders of Cooper County and among “those who braved the perils and endured the hardships of a primitive life to establish the civilization that we now enjoy.” Samuel Hughes came from Tennessee and settled near Pilot Grove in Cooper County in 1824. His son, Thomas J. Hughes, was born on Jan. 23, 1829. Thomas married Sally C. Taylor, of Cooper County, in 1853. The couple had four children — Isaac Newton, William, Susan and Lucy — before Sally Taylor died in 1866. In 1876, Thomas Hughes moved to Pettis County, where he raised his children on his 160-acre farm near Hughesville. He later moved to Kansas. Isaac Newton Hughes, who sometimes identified himself as Isaac and at other times as Newt, spent much of his time in Sedalia. He held a variety of jobs, working as a farmer and as a landscaper planting trees. Hughes was known as a “hard drinker” but had, according to the Sedalia Democrat, “never been in any serious trouble.” During the 1890s, Isaac Newton Hughes married a widow from Cooper County. The wedding was held at a downtown building later known as the White House Restaurant on Osage Street. The couple moved to Bunceton, a small town in Cooper County, where they managed a restaurant. Hughes later moved to Jefferson City and worked as a prison guard while Warden Starke was in charge of the Missouri State Penitentiary. When Starke left his post, Hughes lost his job. He then moved to East St. Louis, Ill., where he worked as a laborer at the National Stock Yards. He kept in touch with his friends in Pettis County when they visited the stock yards to conduct business there. On Jan. 9, 1902, the Sedalia Democrat printed an article titled “Is Hughes Guilty?” which detailed the Jan. 6 robbery of the National Stock Yard Bank in East St. Louis. The thieves dynamited two safes and escaped with $10,400 worth of property. Some of the take, about $4,000, was in the form of unregistered government bonds, the property of bank president C. Gordon Knox; $3,500 of the take was in postage stamps. The remaining $2,900 was in cash belonging to the bank’s depositors. The Democrat story continued to report that Hughes, then 40 years old,

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was at that time ensconced in the jail at Belleville, St. Clair County, Ill., on a charge of robbing the bank. County Sheriff Kickham described Rhonda Hughes as a “wellChalfant educated” man who “speaks with a frank—— ness that is convincDEMOCRAT COLUMNIST ing” while protesting his innocence. Hughes claimed that at the time of the robbery he was at home in bed, sound asleep, after spending the early evening “out with the boys.” He gave a more detailed account of his actions to a reporter from the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Hughes stated that he had left his job at the stockyards at 4:30 p.m., went to the Stockyards Exchange to get his pay, stood in line 30 minutes before receiving his wages, and then left the building. As he was leaving, he met assistant Chester Stewart and told him he was leaving work since he felt sick. Hughes took a street car to his boarding house at 122 St. Clair Ave., a residence above Flynn’s Saloon. He said he stopped at Flynn’s to pay a bill, walked east to a nearby drugstore where he purchased quinine and pills, then returned to the saloon and had two drinks of whiskey. Apparently feeling better, Hughes purchased raw oysters at Mike O’Day’s grocery store. When he returned to the boarding house, he asked Mrs. Lizzie Moulton to prepare them. At 7:30, Hughes ate the oysters, then he and another resident of the boarding house, John McHugh, went down the block to Workingman’s Saloon, managed by John Scully. Hughes and McHugh had squabbled the night before, and Hughes said he bought McHugh a drink as a way of apologizing. Hughes spent some time in the boarding house office with janitor Pete Scully, where they drank some beer. Sometime between 9:30 and 10 p.m., Hughes went upstairs, spoke with the African American woman who worked there, then went to bed in the same room as a boarder named Pat. Hughes’ story provides ample alibi witnesses who could confirm his whereabouts on the night of the bank robbery. The reasons for his arrest will be the subject of next week’s column.


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Wednesday Necessary Roughness (USA)

9:00 p.m.

While Dr. Dani works with two famous rockers,TK tries to get his old job back. Dani becomes convinced her subconscious is trying to tell her something about her love life.Also, the team struggles to adjust to Juliette’s unique brand of leadership.

Thursday 30 Rock (8) (41)

7:00 p.m.

Tina Fey fans prepare to say goodbye to Liz Lemon and the rest of the wacky “TGS” crew in the series finale of this hit comedy. The one-hour episode will feature an appearance by special guest star U.S.House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi.

Friday The 44th Annual NAACP Image Awards (8) (41)

Saturday War of the Worlds (9) (17)

Wednesday (5) (13)

7:00 p.m.

Super Bowl’s Greatest Commercials CBS Sports’ Boomer Esiason and Aisha Tyler team up to bring viewers the most innovative and funniest ads around in “Super Bowl’s Greatest Commercials,” airing Wednesday, Jan. 30, on CBS. The one-hour interactive special allows viewers to vote live for their favorites on Facebook and Twitter through CBS.com.

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Some of Hollywood’s biggest stars celebrate the outstanding work of people of color in the entertainment industry.In addition to recognizing achievements inTV, music,literature and film,the awards also honor those who promote social justice.

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Tim Robbins,Tom Cruise and Dakota Fanning star in this updated version of the classic sci-fi film.When strange,alien machines come up from the ground and start terrorizing and destroying the world,a family joins together to fight for survival.

Sunday SuperBowl XLVII (5) (13)

5:30 p.m.

Jim Nantz calls the action and Phil Simms provides commentary as theAFC champs take on the NFC victors at the MercedesBenz Superdome in New Orleans at Super Bowl XLVII.This marks the third time Nantz has called the anticipated game.

Monday Monday Mornings (TNT)

9:00 p.m.

Doctors face their personal and professional failings as they review complications and errors in patient care.The new drama from David E. Kelley was inspired by a novel written by neurosurgeon Dr. Sanjay Gupta, who is CNN’s chief medical correspondent.

Tuesday NCIS (5) (13)

7:00 p.m.

The team is hot on the trail of a renowned hacker that could provide them with clues to the most-wanted cyber-terrorist in the world. Focused on agents that investigate crimes relating to the Navy and Marine Corps,the series stars Mark Harmon.

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Why not try the Business & Professional Services Directory. • Painting • Electrical • Light Plumbing It is a great, economical way • Kitchens & Baths • Flooring • Guttering to reach all your prospects • Lawn Maintenance & More! Phone 660-826-1001 or Give Us A Call!P 3-20660-826-0186 800-892-7856 for information

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Quality Accessories Residential & Commercial • Insured 660-438-6381 or 660-221-5768

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• FENCING •

For all types of Fencing: Pipe, Vinyl, Chain Link & Farm. 30 Years Experience. Call Tom Smith Toll Free 877-271-4609 660-668-4973 or 660-232-3308

“Good Fences Make Good Neighbors.®”

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OAK POINT LAWN CARE

ProChoice Linings

Job Site Clean-Up, Etc.

573-378-9339

• LAWN •

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• BED LINERS •

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• Truck & UTV Bedliners • Rocker Panels • Garden Trailers • Trailer Floors & Ramps • Swim Platforms • Storage Racks and More!

Anthony Litwiller P 3-13


Jan. 30, 2013 Misc. For Sale

135

Buy MATTRESS Foundation $1; Frame $1 -- on select models. Furniture City, Clinton, MO 660-885-7088

Misc. For Sale

135

HOSPITAL BED with rails, 6 button control. In Warrensburg, MO. $300. Call 816-461-8445

BUYING JUNK BATTERIES • Automotive • Farm• Marine • Construction. ALSO collecting used oil. 210 E. 3rd DC Battery • 660-826-9971

NEW MAGIC CHEF keg cooler with top system regulator Co2 bottle and gauge. Asking $275. Please call 660-826-9031

Electric Lift Recliner

New mattress sets; Twin $89.99, Full $99.99, Queen $179.99 & King $299.99. Queen pillow top $249.99;. Dutch Kountry Market, Call 660-563-2941 10340 50 Hwy, Knob Noster

On sale now! Furniture City West side of Clinton Square (660)885-7088

FORD 8N Pedal tractor, new, assembled, never ridden or sat on, displayed only, original box, instructions. $185 660-827-2395 G.E. Flat Top ceramic stove oven in good shape, 3 years old. $275 or best offer; Hypro 6.5 HP Water Pump, new in box $295. Call 573-377-2069

 NEW TODAY

OUTDOOR Wood Furnace, Hot Water, 240,000 BTU, never been used, new $7500, will sell for $6000. Days 573378-4770, evenings 378-7401.

FARM REAL ESTATE AUCTION

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SAVE ON HEATING bills! Fedders heat pump/Air Conditioner 2.5 Ton with a coil. Needs un-installed. $350 or best offer. 573-377-2069 Smith Corona Electric typewriter, automatic memory correction, spell-right. Manual, used very little, $60. 660-826-4240

Social Security Disability Claim Denied? Free Consultation.

No Fee until you get paid. BTS Group, Inc. Specializes in Appeals and Hearings Read the Testimonials at: www.btsgroup

inc.com

1-800-466-0606

Your Metal Warehouse

Misc. For Sale

Building Materials 147

WILD WOODS: Domestic & Exotics, Diamond Willow, Carving, Basswood, Maple, Turning, Squares, Blocks, Slabs, Quilted, Fiddleback, Specialty Figured, Lumber, Flooring. (660)596-5579

Livestock

SAT., FEB. 9, 10:00 AM This 218 acre m/l farm offers 103 acres m/l of farmland with the balance in scattered timber. There is electricity to the farm, in addition to a well and a pond. The farm is easily accessible with ½ a mile of highway frontage on N in addition to nearly ½ mile of gravel frontage on Ash. There are currently entrances off N on the north side of the farm and off Ash on the south side of the farm. The west side of the property could be farmed as it is terraced and currently in improved grass. The lot where the machinery was kept has been cleared and, with a little dozer work, could be ready to be put into service as pasture. Lastly, the property offers several nice building spots and some of the best hunting around. TERMS: The opening bid on the farm will be only $1,200.00 per acre. Any bid at or over that amount, and the farm sells to the high bidder. A down payment of $20,000 will be required sale day, with the balance due at closing to be held on or before Monday, March 11th, 2013. Sellers will provide owner’s title policy, buyer is responsible for any lender’s policy, taxes will be prorated and the closing fee will be split 50/50. Auctioneer’s Note: Anyone that went to auctions knew C.J. and Larry Edzards. I was amazed at their memories in that they could tell you where to find a part out of thousands of pieces of equipment they had. The farm has been in the family for a long time, and this will be your opportunity to buy a farm with a lot going for it!!

OWNERS: THE DAUGHTERS OF C.J. EDZARDS, MARDELLA RAINES & BONITA EDZARDS Visit www.auctionarrows.com For More Pictures Of The Farm

DICK HUTCHISON AUCTION & REAL ESTATE L.L.C.

(573) 378-8822 Cell • (660) 347-5656 Office • (660) 826-0278 Home Auction Associates: Toby Brown (660) 473-6008 dickhutchisonauction@me.com

As Always No Buyers Premium or Fees ... What you bid is what you pay!

153

 NEW TODAY

BOTTLE CALVES $95! Holstein/Jersey crosses, 3-5 day old bulls from MO dairy. Delivery available. Quantity discounts. Call 660-909-7864 or 660-238-9858

Livestock

153

For Sale: Hay, Bermuda, 4 x 5’s, $83 per bale, Purebred Angus bulls and yearling heifers. Bestest Yet Angus Farm, Cole Camp (660) 668-3068

 NEW TODAY

MIXED MILKING GOATS 3 Milking Goats, $130-$150. 1 Mother goat with baby. 6 baby goats, 1-2 weeks old, $40 each. Call (573)392-5430.

8,500 BUSHEL GRAIN BIN with perforated floor, unloading auger, and fan with heater. Asking $2000 Call (660)674-2607.

156

PIPE FENCING

2 7/8”, 2 3/8”, and all other size pipe. 1” and 7/8” Sucker Rod, Also Fiberglass Sucker Rods, Heavy duty Farm Gates, made to order. Call 573-280-5938. www.nickelsbrokerageinc.net

Over 100,000 people will see your ad in the Plainsman. Phone 660-826-1001 Mon. - Fri. 7:30 - 5:30.

Farm Equipment

159

 NEW TODAY

9N FORD Tractor, starts & runs great, includes 5’ Brush Hog, bottom plow, grader blade, $3000. Tandem crosscut “King Kutter” 6’, new fall 2012, plowed small garden 3 times, $500. (660)826-6972

Your advertising advantage is The Plainsman. Phone 660-826-1001.

• On Feb. 8, 1587, after 19 years of imprisonment, Mary Queen of Scots is beheaded in England for her complicity in a plot to murder Queen Elizabeth I. Her son, King James VI of Scotland, accepted his mother's execution, and upon Queen Elizabeth's death in 1603, he became king of England, Scotland and Ireland.

Metal Buildings ROOFING • TRIM • DOORS INSULATION • FASTENERS Z&C PURLINS • STEEL TRUSS

23059 Hwy V • Sedalia, MO • 660-826-4515 • 800-256-4515 *Some restrictions apply

www.LTLSteel.com

ABSOLUTE LAND AUCTION 240 Acres • Green Ridge, MO Area

MON., FEB. 25 • 10 A.M.

To settle the estate of the late Ralph Chaney, the following will be sold located from Green Ridge 3 miles west on B Hwy. 200+ TILLABLE ACRES: 240 Acre farm that is currently in pasture, has perimeter fences and cross fences & pipe corrals. Improvements include: a 2 bedroom home w/kitchen, living room & utility room. Home has a basement & large carport. Central heat & air. Outbuildings include: 100x48’ all steel building w/2 sides open, 60x42’ all steel building & cattle & hay barn. This farm has been in the School District: Green Ridge Chaney family since the 1940’s and is Soils Inventory: Hartwell Silt Loam 0-1 Percent Slopes 173.5 Ac a great farm that Ralph has always Friendly Silt Loam 1-4 Percent Slopes 45.6 Ac had cattle on but can be a very productive row crop farm. Also has over 1 Dameron Silt Loam 1-3 Percent Slopes 5.6 Ac mile of road frontage in a good community with good neighbors. AUCTIONEER’S NOTE: We’ve done business with the Chaneys for over 25 years and it is a privilege to sell this farm & equipment. Ralph took a lot of pride in his farm and his cattle and it has always been represented that way. Don’t miss this opportunity. Remember everything will sell absolute to the highest bidder. Terms on the farm will be: 10% down day of auction with balance due at closing. This land will sell by the acre and will sell absolute. Possession on land will be one week after the auction. Possession of the house will be 60 days after February 25th. The house is currently leased and they are willing to stay but that will be between new owner and lessee. Title insurance furnished and 2013 taxes prorated. For soil maps or any other information, call Drenon Auction Service 660-890-4898 Equipment sells at 10:00 a.m. Farm sells at 10:30 a.m. Be on time, very few small items!! Thank You! TRACTORS & FARM EQUIPMENT: 2003 Massey Ferguson 4345 Tractor, FWD w/1070 Loader, 298 Hrs., Cab, Air, Left Hand Reverse, Like New Condition; 1962 Massey Ferguson 35 Tractor; Bush Hog 2615 Legand Mower w/Chains, Good Condition; 2005 Frontier MS1112 Manure Spreader 10x5’ Box, Like New; 3 Pt. 5’ Blade; 3 Pt. Post Hole Digger; 300 Gallon Fuel Tank; Few Tools & Fence Supplies

ESTATE OF RALPH CHANEY Larry Drenon 660-596-8515 Laramie Drenon 660-221-4386

- WANTED -

Crop ground to cash rent or crop share for the 2013 Crop year, paying competitive rate. References available. Serious inquiries only. Call Brad Paxton at 660-351-0543, 660-647-3417

Farm

REGISTERED RED ANGUS Bulls, 16-24 months, forage raised, semen tested, easy calving, shots, wormed & poured. FSG RED ANGUS 660-827-1391 • 660-281-9892

Serving The Midwest Since 1981

PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVES: SUE AUSTIN SHIRLEY BROWN

156

Moments In Time

Bull, 2 year old purebred, AI Sire/registered dam, $1650. (660) 668-3068

M-F 8 to 5 • DELIVERY AVAILABLE*

Farm

POLLED HEREFORD BULLS 12-20 Months of age. Calving ease bloodlines. Call 660-473-6750 or 660-337-6000, Tipton.

Brown Swiss

218 acres m/l off Ash Road Stover Mo

From the Junction of Highway 52 & N in Stover, Missouri: take N Highway north 2.8 miles to Ash Road. Turn left (straight on gravel when N highway turns back north) on Ash Road and continue a short distance to sale site on right. Sale will be held on site just inside the gate. Watch for sale signs:

135

William A. Rogers silverplated, Chatelaine pattern. Service for 8 in velvet lined wood chest with drawer. Never used. $200. Call 660-826-4240

Page 10

Office 660-547-2646

Rodney Drenon 660-890-4898 Jake Drenon 660-441-7716

Terms: Cash or Approved Check. Nothing Removed Until Settled For. Not Responsible For Accidents. All Statements Made Day of Sale Take Precedence Over Printed Material.

The History Channel

• On Feb. 5, 1631, Roger Williams, the founder of Rhode Island and an important American religious leader, arrives in Boston. Williams alarmed the Puritan oligarchy by speaking out against the right of civil authorities to punish religious dissension. In 1635, he was banished from the Massachusetts Bay Colony by the General Court. • On Feb. 6, 1917, a German submarine torpedoes and sinks the passenger steamer California off the Irish coast. The explosion of the torpedo was so violent that the 470-foot, 9,000-ton steamer sank just nine minutes after the attack. • On Feb. 9, 1942, the Normandie, regarded by many as the most elegant ocean liner ever built, burns and sinks in New York Harbor during its conversion to an Allied troop transport ship. A welder accidentally set fire to a pile of flammable life preservers, and by morning the ship lay capsized in the harbor, a gutted wreck.

• On Feb. 10, 1957, Laura Ingalls Wilder, author of the best-selling "Little House" series of children's novels based on her childhood on the American frontier, dies at age 90 in Mansfield, Mo. In 1932, Wilder, then in her 60s, published her first novel, "Little House in the Big Woods."

• On Feb. 7, 1970, Louisiana State University basketball star Pete Maravich scores 69 points in a game against Alabama, setting a Division I record that would stand for 21 years. He died of a heart attack at age 40 in 1988 during a pickup game of basketball in California.

• On Feb. 4, 1983, Karen Carpenter, a singer who long suffered under the burden of the expectations that came with pop stardom, succumbed to heart failure brought on by her long, unpublicized struggle with anorexia. She was just 32 years old. (c) 2013 King Features Synd., Inc.


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Jan. 30, 2013 Farm Equipment

159

Martin’s Tractor

Warrensburg, MO Kubota: L3130 31HP 4x4 Loader, Nice L4850 48HP 4x4 with loader M7040 70HP 4x4, Cab, loader Ford/New Holland: 3930 45HP Loader, Canopy 4000 50HP Gas, Refurbished TT75 75HP Canopy, Loader John Deere: 1520 48HP Gas, Live PTO 5103 50HP loader, low hours 5310 4x4 with loader, reverser 2350 56HP with loader, $9800 2550 65HP 4x4, Cab, Loader • Full line 3-point Implements! • Front Loaders for all makes! Only partial listing - Please call for details 660-747-1170

Farm Equipment

159

 NEW TODAY

NEW HOLLAND TT60A Tractor with bucket, 435 hours, fluid in tires, under $20,000. Always stored under cover. Call (660)668-4925.

Horses & Tack Boarding

Feed & Seed

SouthPlainsman.com

162

Feed & Seed

Grass Hay

500+ BIG ROUND bales of Fescue hay for sale, $100 per bale. Price discounted for large quantities. Call 660-351-0543.

162

Feed & Seed

baled after the rains last fall, 25 full size bales, net wrapped, Call 660-829-4822

Big Square Bales



HAY: Horse quality- Brome, Orchard Grass, Timothy mix, small square bales, $6/ bale. Also big round bales Fescue mix, $50+/bale. Cash only. Call (660)527-3778.

ALFALFA hay avaiilable, Versailles area (573)378-6667.

NEW TODAY

WHEAT STRAW: $3.50/ bale. Over 50 bales $3. No Hay available. Myers Farm, Cole Camp and Windsor. 660668-4445 or 660-287-6508.

 

160

NEW TODAY

SADDLES & TACK White Horse Trading Post New & used American-made Saddles,Tex Tans, Circle Y, and more, Versailles, MO (573)378-0153

NEW TODAY

BIG ROUND BALES HAY Net Wrapped, $70 each. Delivery Available. Call 816-456-7631.

162

Red Clover Seed, cleaned, bagged and germ tested. Asking price $1.50 per pound for 60 lb. bag. If interested call Jeff 660-909-1539.

Fuel/Firewood

Red Clover Seed

165

Seasoned OAK Firewood 18”-21” Long, 4x4x8 cord $70 Per Cord, Cash You haul.573-569-5331 Call evenings 573-377-4253

Lange Feeds 308 W. Main • Sedalia (660)826-5363

Start The New Year The Right Way With A New Vehicle From 2013 CHEVY SILVERADO 1500 EXT CAB 4X4 LT $

SAVE OVER

10,070

WK ADVANTAGE LEASE

309 1,770

$

2013 CHEVY CRUZE LS

22 CITY 35 HIWAY

2013 CHEVY EQUINOX FWD LS

149 1,951

$

PER MONTH**

$

22 CITY 32 HIWAY

WK ADVANTAGE LEASE

DOWN

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#192859

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WK’S PRICE

27,599

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$

2013 BUICK LACROSSE

17,999

$

MSRP $19,020

WK’S PRICE

PER MONTH**

$

$

**S

WK ADVANTAGE LEASE

189 2,790

$

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23,999

$

MSRP $24,880

After $500 Rebate

#163200

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2013 CADILLAC SRX FWD LUXURY COLLECTION 2012 CHEVY SILVERADO 1500 2 WD #284958

#210906

WK ADVANTAGE LEASE

299 1,720

$ 25 CITY 36 HIWAY

PER MONTH**

$

DOWN**L

MSRP $32,535

WK’S PRICE

30,499

$

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#177761

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2012 CHEVY SONIC LT 26 CITY 35 HIWAY

#232417

39,999

$

MSRP $43,425

W/POWER WINDWOS LOCKS, AND MIRROR, LS PACKAGE, LOCKING RR DIFF., AND KEYLES REMOTE After $1,000 Cadillac Loyalty Rebate

MSRP $26,030

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WK’S PRICE

15,699

$

After 500 Rebate

$

AT WK ONLY

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2013 GMC SEIRRA 1500 4WD CREW CAB SLE

2013 CHEVY SPARK 1LS #528252 28 CITY 37 HIWAY

MSRP $17,125

19,999

$

SAVE OVER

10,090

WITH POWER TECH PACKAGE

13,920

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Wanted to buy: STANDING TIMBER: Walnut, Burr Oak, White Oak and Maple. No in-town trees. Call Mike Silvers at (660)747-6224, (816) 632-2173

Jerry Baker Auto Sales 600 Industrial Dr. Sedalia, MO

660-826-5451

04 Chevy CrewCab 2500 4wd ...14995 03 Chevy 3/4T 4wd..........13495 07 Ford SC 4wd...............14995 04 Chevy XCab 4wd........11995 04 Ford SC FX4...............12995 06 Dodge 2wd 72K..........10495 04 Dodge Shortbed 72K...8995 99 Ford F150 .....................4995 05 Lexus RX330..............14995 06Expedition4wdEddie Bauer.......12995 06 Jeep Commander 4wd .........11995 05 Equinox AWD...............7995 05 GMC Envoy 4wd ..........8995 06 Escape 4wd..................9995 06 Rendezvous AWD........9995 99 Durango 4wd................4495 98 Blazer 4wd....................3995 07 Chrysler Pacifica 40K....10495 09 Pontiac G6 64K..........12495 06 Pontiac G6 Convt.......10495 06 Buick LaCrosse ...........8995 08 Gr.Prix...........................9995 01 Mustang Loaded..........5495 07 Ford Fusion 62K........12495

www.jerrybakerauto.com

MSRP $40,790

$

Wanted To Buy

WK’S PRICE

30,699

$

After $3,000 Rebate, $1,000 Trade In Allowance, $1,000 Incremental Cash PDU $1,000 GMC/Chevy Loyalty*

Wanted To Buy

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Acreage For Sale 258

  NEW TODAY

WANTED: OLD TRACTOR in useable condition. Older than 1960, any kind, not restored, less than $1500. Call 660-668-2837

WANTED: Standing Timber Cottonwood, Maple, Ash, Walnut, Oak. Mid MO Logging. Caleb Crooker 660-815-0397, John Crooker 816-806-5808, Dustin Allred 660-334-0701

Houses For Rent 209

119 S. Washington, 3 BR, 1.5 baths, newly remodeled, central heat/air, must have references. $650/month + $500 Deposit. Call 660-619-0981

Mobile Homes For Sale

237

2000 16 X 80

All electric, fireplace, appliances, 3 BR, 2 baths, clean home. Call 660-438-2505 WANTED TO BUY Used 14’ - 16’ single or double wide manufactured homes. PAYING CASH. Call 816-806-4792.

NEW TODAY

BREATHTAKING VIEW from this 15 acres on hilltop North of Sedalia with 3 BD, 2 Bath mobile home, enclosed pole barn & pond. $95,000. #62802. Real Estate Brokers of Missouri. 660-827-0900

Lake Property For Sale

267

 NEW TODAY

LAKE OF THE OZARKS - Pre Season special-LAKE LOTS $3950 each, $75 down, $59 per month. Also 3+/- acre tracts starting at $12,900. Owner financing, no credit checks, immediate possession. Beautiful trees, lots of turkey, deer and other wildlife. Free lake access, boating & fishing areas. Missouri Conservation dock and boat ramp. Ad ends February 11th. Ivy Bend.(573)372-6493. www.ivybendlandoffice.com

Auctions

282

Automobiles

300

Houses For Sale 249

3 BR Sedalia Home $35,900. Financing available. Ranch style, vinyl siding & windows, central heat/air, attached & detached garages. 417-667-5084

 NEW TODAY

PICTURESQUE 1 BD, 1.5 bath home with income producing guest cottage. This neat-as-a-pin historic home has been tastefully updated & well taken care of. Beautiful landscaping. Within walking distance to everything in Cole Camp. $76,500 #63287 Real Estate Brokers of Missouri. 660-827-0900

Ford 2007 FUSION SEL 4-cylinder, automatic, full power, black with leather, 89K miles, light hail. $6350. (660)368-2902

Reader’s Guide

View These And The Rest Of Our Pre-Owned Selection At wkchevy.com $

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24,991

38,991

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43,499

U05928

U57212

U49210

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$

24,994

U05878

U5664

2011 FORD F150 XLT 4X4

1994 CHEVY IMPALA SS 1 OWNER

2010 CHEVY TAHOE Z71 4X4

2010 CHEVY CORVETTE GRAND SPORT

2011 CHEVY CAMARO 1LT

$

$

$

$

$

9,796

13,996

$

$

19,780

U48517

U03729

2011 NISSAN TITAN CREW CAB SV 4X4

2009 CHEVY SILVERADO 2500 HD EXT CAB

2008 PONTIAC VIBE W/SUNROOF

$

$

20,998

23,793

U30881

2009 CADILLAC CTS4 $

2011 CHEVY MALIBU LT $

30,990

U84144

2008 TOYOTA TACOMA CREW CAB 4X4

15,994

U211398

2012 FORD FOCU SE $

23,492

U16773

2007 CHEVY SILVERADO 3500 LT CREW CAB DUALLY DURAMAX DIESEL 4X4

U96536

2009 TOYOTA VENZA $

27,993

14,296

U08115

U57764

2010 CHEVY EQUINOX LT V6 $

2011 HONDA CIVIC

11,994

U05655

U04020

2011 HYUNDAI ACCENT $

24,991

16,493

U10379

U32545

2006 TOYOTA COROLLA LE W/SUNROOF

29,991

20,995

U86512

2010 FORD F150 LARIAT CREW CAB

U07197

2010 HONDA ODYSSEY

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The South Plainsman is a free distribution newspaper delivered to homes and single copy locations surrounding Sedalia, Missouri. It is distributed on Wednesdays by independent carriers exclusively to nonsubscribers of the Sedalia Democrat. To Place an Advertisement: Call 660-826-1000 or 1-800-892-7856 during business hours to speak with an advertising representative. Advertising Deadlines: Classified advertising must be received by 11am Friday and display advertising must be received by Noon on Thursday. Advertising Statement: The advertiser agrees that the publisher shall not be liable for damages arising out of errors in an advertisement beyond the amount paid for the space actually occupied by that portion of the advertisement in which the error occurred, whether such error is due to the negligence of the publisher or otherwise, and there shall be no liability for non-insertion of any advertisement beyond the amount paid for such advertisement. This newspaper will not knowingly accept or publish illegal material of any kind. Advertising that expresses preference based on legally protected personal characteristics is not acceptable. Advertisement placement is guaranteed at a 25% premium, however every effort will be made to follow customer requests when possible.

WANTED

Junk Cars & Trucks, no Titles, We pay Cash, FREE pick up. Call 660-221-4003.

Automotive Accessories 302

Mazda Truck Bed made into trailer, 2 extra Goodyear tires included. $225; 1988-1989 Ford Fiesta LX seats in good shape. $50; 573-377-2069

Sports Utility

305

 NEW TODAY

Chevrolet 2002 S-10 BLAZER 4-door, V-6, automatic, new tires & brakes, good heat & air. Well maintained, other updates, $4250. Call (660)829-1925.

Campers & RVs

308

CAMPER SHELL

for 8 ft. pickup bed, lift up side doors, step in back door. $250. Call 660-826-1738

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