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The ElectraLite Trading Center Classifieds


Each CVEC member family is limited to ONE free classified ad per month. The form below must be used. The length of the ad cannot exceed three lines on the form. ads run only one time. Area codes are not used unless outside the 405 area.


FEBRUARY 2012 Spring clean kitchen All INFORMATION BELOW MUST BE COMPLETED


Name Address


Account number Real Estate


2 br 1 ba log cabin, 30x30 metal building garage, Eagle Bluff Eufaula. (918) 341-4080, (918) 521-6870


2 be, 2 ba, mh, excel cond., 5 acres, cellar, barn w/3 space carport, new fence, fruit trees, NRC Schools. 273-5877


Older mobile home for rent, $150 mo, McLoud, must be retired. 240-1530 1 br, 1 ba, 5 acres, pond, propane tank, heater, stove, frig, wood stove, fencing, good hunting. $29,8000. 383-2494 Shawnee Twin Lakes, 31902 Lake Rd, 1.3 acres, waterfront, 2128 sq ft, 3 br, 2 ba, 2 car, office, safe room, deck, boat dock, ramp, stainless steel kitch- en $159,000. 245-6810 Acreage, no down, owner finance w/of Tecumseh on Oak Trail Loop. 850- 6160 3.84 acres, all elec. Home, 5th wheel, 8N tractor, equip, on city road north of Paden, $30,000 for all obo. (218) 639-9772 Brick house, 733 sq ft, 5.9 acrs, 4 stocked ponds, fixer upper, well, septic, ch link fence, xtra build- ings $60,000. 279-1288


Phone number


Classified must be received by the 5th of the month to appear in the following edition of The Electra-Lite.


Automobiles


92 Isuzu truck, $1,000. 395-2962


Suzuki four wheelers, 07’, 08’ 50 cc elect start, $800 ea. 273-7176 64 Impala. Ready to restore, $800. 535-6209


RV/Marine


98 Triton F&S boat, 225hp $9,600; 04 hitch- hiker LS II 5th wheel, $24,500; 5x5x3/8 steel angle 10&20’ $6 a foot. 964-3232


Farm


50’ tandem-axel trailer frame w/brakes, 2 5/8 ball, $400. 333-2466.


Pets/livestock


Donkeys. 593-7447 Hereford bulls, females, reg. w/trp records, top quality. 598-3540, 274- 3580 AKC Mastiff 11 m/o fm, fawn, brindle, $300, affectionate, never bred. (918) 618-4044


4 y/o Charolais bull reg, gentle, excel breeder, $2,500. 598-2330


Chickens, day old to


grown. We custom hatch your eggs, 300-400 in stock. 567-0233


Misc


Boots, pants, jersey set, $50; fooseball table, $100. 273-7176


Firework, seasoned oak, $60 per rick. 273-7054 Cemetery plot, Arlington Memorial Gardens, Midwest City. 273-5959 Seasoned firewood. 598- 5860, 598-2749 Wanted: 1 ea 15-20 ton log splitter w/gas engine. (918) 689-7526 Gold bridal


set, gala


mounting by Vellmar, center stone ¼ caret, 4 smaller stones, $350. 659- 0305 Wanted: round bale hay, call w/price, kind, loca- tion. 812-5628, 650-2990 Clocks for sale and repaired. 513-2986 8’x5/16” wallx20’ WH- PVC tinhorn, $50; porta- ble sewing machine, $25; Brother portable sewing machine, $25. 386-5201 Firewood seasoned and green, oak, hickory, cut 15”-16”, delivery avail. (580) 235-2119 Women’s blk leather jack- et, lrg, $40; Lane double reliner sofa, $100. 567-


Don’t just knock the dust around the kitchen this year while you’re doing your spring cleaning. Roll up your sleeves and give your appliances and other electrical equipment a good once-over. Refrigerator. You know when the inside of the fridge needs scouring; you can see it when a bottle of sticky syrup or fruit spills, and you can smell it when the container of leftovers that you pushed to the back has outlived is expiration date. Ask a friend to help you push your refrigerator away from the wall so you can unplug it and clean the entire floor underneath of it. Then, use a bottle brush or a long, narrow vacuum hose to clean the coils under the unit. Washing machine and dishwasher. They work hard all year to clean your clothes and dishes, but they don’t do a good job of clean- ing themselves. Clean your dishwasher with hot, soapy water. Then place a cup of white vinegar on the top rack and run the otherwise empty dish- washer on the hottest setting to wash away grime and odors. To sanitize your washing machine, fill it will hot water until it begins to agitate. Add a few cups of white vinegar and half a cup of bak- ing soda. Turn it off and let the mixture sit for an hour. Turn it back on, let it complete the wash cycle and wipe it down, inside and out, with a damp cloth.


Garbage disposal. To keep your disposal’s


metal blades sharp, pour a couple of cups of ice cubes and a cup of rock salt or white vinegar into it every now and then. Turn on the cold water and run the disposal for about 10 seconds. Next, plug the sink drain and fill the sink with about four inches of water. Remove the plug and immedi- ately turn on the disposal. Finally, peel an orange, grapefruit or lemon and throw the rind into the disposal while running the cold water. The citrus peels will deodorize your disposal and leave the sink and kitchen smelling fresh.


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Entry door, dead bolt, locks, new, $15; smoke and carbon detectors, $5; Singer sewing machine, head old, $25. 598-5286 Seasoned firewood, $55 rick, minimal charge for delivery. 831-7323 Crystal stemware from Dillards, De-Camps, water pitcher, brandy decanter. 333-2592


Full size mattress, like new, $100. 556-0297 Quilts, all sizes, machine quilted. 784-5575 Cedar trees cuts, stacked, by hour w/commercial saw. 637-4328


Seasoned fire wood, $60 rick. 273-4853


Seasoned oak firewood, $60 rick. 279-2008 Kerosene heater used 3 hrs, $75. 279-3638 Whirlpool washer, dryer, $200; gas cook stove, $100; hunting books, $40. 275-3419


Wheat straw sm sq bale $4 ea; 5 or more $3.50 ea. 567-4334


LOPI top loading cast iron woodstove. Fire run red enamel, used one winter, $1,200. 210-2377 Wanted: used books. 878- 8858


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