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Higgins & Sons Buildings


SPRING SPECIAL!


30’x40’x10’ BUILT $13,997


Available as a Pre-Cut Kit or Built On Site COMPARE OUR QUALITY BUILDING FEATURES


•Family owned and operated for over 36 years. •Lifetime Warranty on our laminated treated wood columns with our decay proof plastic sleeves (only when we erect). •50 year snow load warranty (only when we erect). •4 year warranty against roof leaks (only when we erect). •26 gauge #1 painted metal roof and walls (installed with screws). •2x6 #1 grade yellow pine roof purlins and wall girts spaced 24” o.c. •The only 2x6 wall system ready to finish inside. •Sealed engineered drawings available. •No sub-contracting! Put our 36 years of experience to work for you with our expert company-trained building crews. •Only A Higgins & Sons Buildings will include all these quality features – No other building compares! Call for Pricing & Fre


405-273-0904 ree Color Brochure with Featu Tecumseh, OK • Established in 1974


MIDWEST STORM SHELTERS


MIDWEST STORM SHELTERS


INGROUND STORM SHELTERS AND SAFEROOMS Toll Free 1-877-886-5508


MIDWEST STORM SHELTERS


MIDWEST STORM SHELTERS


1-800-541-1228 eatures List Engineered Post Frame Buildings


for Wild Horses Deadline: April 10, 2012 Location: Continental U.S.


Large Pastures BLM Seeks


Pastures must accommodate 400 - 2,000 wild horses in a free-roaming environment.


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Compensation. Also looking for descendants from people who are listed on the Dawes Rolls as “Freedmen Status.” Would also like to be in contact with couples who have a common- law marriage status. Send information to Hazel Davis, Veteran’s Advocate, 20750 E. CR 1140, Stigler, OK 74462 or call at 918-967-2468 or email at bojacks1@ yahoo.com.


Found quilting frames. Will sell for cheap. Send information to Agnus Emmerich, 502 N. 3rd St., Okarche, OK 73762.


Over 40 Years Experience 10 Year Warranty Included


Our storm shelters are designed and constructed with your protection in mind. They are reinforced with fiber as well as steel rebar, and they are poured with a minimum of 6,000 psi concrete. At no extra charge every storm shelter comes equipped with a double handrail on the steps, a gas operated door closer, 8” wind turbine for ventilation and 6” vent.


Fax 1-918-686-5512


Tree Seedlings and Forestry Assistance for Oklahoma Landowners


Let us help you!


• Grow trees for reforestation and income • Provide food and cover for wildlife • Protect water quality • Reduce soil erosion


• Increase crop yields and protect livestock • Recover from wildfire or reduce wildfire risk


Purchase conservation tree seedlings from our Forest Regeneration Center and obtain free technical assistance from a professional forester near you.


To Order seedlings or to speak with a forester, call toll-free 1-800-517-3673,


or visit us online at www.forestry.ok.gov for information or an order form.


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Found three years of used Christmas cards I would like to give away. Send information to Leo and Brenda Sulivant at luckyleo@ windstream.net or call at 918-647-2568.


CUT UTILITY COST BY 40%


SPRAY FOAM INSULATION & ROOFING


A division of Link Painting • Serving OKC Since 1938 405-370-0423 FINANCING AVAILABLE


For information on low-income spay/neuter programs all across Oklahoma, visit www.okspaynetwork.org or call 580-924-5873


Found Christmas card fronts I would love to share with those who make projects out of them. I will pay postage. Send information to Linda Ruff at 35938 E CR 1480, Mangum. OK 73554.


Thank you


Thank you for the Okra seeds and the multiplier onions. I have received all that I need. Thanks so much, Johnnie Mae Grimm.


Thanks to everyone for helping me fi nd my family. I wrote in last month looking for the Toney family. I’ve been searching for my family


Please visit our website at www.higginsandsons.com


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