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The ElectraLite Trading Center Classifieds


Each CVEC member family is limited to ONE free clas- sified 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.


onry (Bushmaster), never fired, chrome-lined barrel, all parts made in USA, lifetime transferable warranty, w/man- ual clip, sling, & case, 500 rounds .223 REM included, $2,395, 408-2720.


7 vending machines (extra parts & changers) $500 OBO, 279-3946.


Pets/Livestock All INFORMATION BELOW MUST BE COMPLETED


Name Address Account #


Automobiles


Ranger XLT, s/c, $1,785; '96 Dodge 1500, s/c, $1,950; '06 Chevy HHR, needs work, $1,950, 598-0932.


1973 El Camino, restored to original show condition, NADA price $10,197 OBO, 279-3582.


1996 Ford F250 4 WD, diesel power stroke, super cab, 157K miles, 788-7073.


2003 Cadillac DeVille, red, 165K miles, $7,000, 374- 2870.


1966 El Camino, no motor, 3-spd. std. transmission, good title, $2,000 cash, 598- 1717, 598-1174.


Farm


New 1/2" Pittsburg torque wr., $25, 454-2046.


Snapper Rider, 28", $400, 245-6810.


16' cat. trailer, $975; 8', 12' & 16' utility trailer, 20' hay trailer for rd. bales, $785, 598-0932.


3 pt. posthole digger, 12" & 9" auger, $400; 10 HP Lincoln welder/Gen. trailer, propane cutting torch & hose, $1,800, 567-5241.


John Deere tractor 650, 4 attachments, used one sea- son, $4,500 firm, 964-2959, 964-4217.


3 pt. straight blade, 5' swiv- els, $130, 454-0510.


1974 John Deere tractor w/ loader & bale spike &roll top,


Phone #


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


$11,500; 140F metal slip forms, $6,250, 221-0353.


Tan 3-horse slant trailor w/ escape door, new tires, pt. mats, lites, rock guards, $4,500 firm, 452-3267.


Sears garden tractor w/at- tachments, $300, 273-0817.


Paul's cattle scales, 1,600 lbs., w/cage, gates, ramps, $1,000, 820-7489.


Heavy steel 3/8" thick pipe 10 O.D., 3-20', 2-6', total 72', welded or make great tin horns, will sell separately, $600, 830-1928.


500-gal. propane tank, $500, 279-3897.


Miscellaneous


Professional KitchenAid elec- tric mixer, restaurant-quality, $275, 214-0622.


Firestone tire, P235/75/R15, 6-ply, good tread, $20, 3 pairs of tire chains, $30 for all; 2 repair books for Volkswagon '79-'90, Yamaha '87-'96, 382-5045.


Fall wedding reception tablecloths - 12 rectangle, 7 round, artificial flowers & leaves, glass for candles, $200, 273-3651.


Dominoes, $8/set, 598-6711.


Plate glass mirror, 42"x48", $35; 7 100" tall heavy white drapes, 544" total width, $35, 279-2616.


Will haul away any unwanted scrap metal, car batteries or major appliances w/i 10-mile


radius of Shwnee for free, 609-4365.


Swimming pool slide, diving board, cover, pump & filter, rails, $1,200; ET/8 treadmill, $200, 245-6810.


Antiques, collectibles, vintage & glassware items, big old rolltop desk & much more, 878-0180.


HearthRite 30K BTU heater, $99; Holmes oil-filled heater, $28; Holmes heater w/fan, $12, 788-7073.


3-tier round table, $150; over 100-year-old wicker table, $150; old cookie jar, $25; CB radios & parts, $25, 454- 2046.


Swam & bee removal, 432- 9352.


Electric stove $100; Maytag washer & dryer, $200; ice box, $100; gas stove, $100, 275-3419.


Panasonic 40" projection TV, 46" high wood cabinet w/ doors, 273-2249.


Sterling silverware service for 12, tarnish proof, $200; water softner, $50; hand-made afghan, $125, 575-398-1785.


Meeker High School year- books, 1st grade through 12th grade, '69-'78, $40, 273-1845.


Pro-form treadmill, speed & distance, used very little, $85, OBO, 382-2520.


16' rabbit cage, 5 compart- ments $15, 454-0510.


New AR-15 Windom Weap-


Delaware chickens, raw Alpaca fleece, all colors, farm fresh eggs, $2.50/doz., 567-2404.


Half Blue Heeler & half Cocker Spaniel, very cute & healthy, born 3rd week of Feb., $15 ea., 570-4503.


Good 1-year-old Angus bull, 1 gray Brahman heifer, $600, 9-year-old red roan AQHA gelding, 99% foundation breed, $1,000, 580-925-2436.


6 pure-bred Black Angus heif- ers, 12-15 mos., vaccinated for Black Leg/Lepto., $1,100 ea., 275-4432, 863-6228.


Angus bulls/reg. Limousin bulls & heifers, blk. polled, gentle, 474-2018, 279-3398.


Reg. Limousin bulls & heif- ers, blk. polled, gentle Limflex - Homozygous top genetics, 517-3824, 279-3398.


Donkeys - 1 Jack, 5 Jennys (1 foal), canine friendly & gentle, want calf or pigs, OBO, 918-866-2552.


Pygmy goats, brown Aqouti buck, de-budded, shots, wormed, tame, DOB 12/24/12 $75; 2 & 1/2-year-old buck, $65; buckling born (2/17/13), doe (2/23/13, $55-70, 306- 1459.


Farm-raised pure-bred Angus bulls, 12-14 mos. old, 275- 0689.


Roosters, $2 ea., 598-6716. Real Estate


50 acres, 3 BDR, 2 BA brick house, barn, shop, play house, fenced, great well, S. Pottawatomie Co., close to amenities, great hunting, stocked ponds, 580-925- 2140.


2 BDR, 1 BA house, very clean, remodeled, garage, cellar, Tecumseh, $53,500 OBO, 202-7608, 808-1939.


1 acre lot near the Illinois River, gated community, golf, hiking, restaurant, $2,500 OBO, 390-2571.


April 2013


RV/Marine 6-room frame house, to be


moved, $8,000, 567-2815. 15 acres, 1 pond, 3 BDR,


2 BA, 1,700 sq. ft. home, & 3 BDR, 2 BA mobile home, $90,000, 382-0589.


1987 Ford Escaper motor home, new carpet & tires, runs good, $6,500, 761-1132.


14' camper w/AC & new refrigerator, $950 OBO, 279- 3817.


Pop-up camper, power lift, 3-way refrigerator, queen bed each end, 740-7968, 740-7069.


1990 Prowler 24' 5th-wheel w/attachment, queen bed plus 2 other beds, fully con- tained, very good condition, $3,500, 487-0116.


1992 Cobra Sandpiper 5th- wheel travel trailer, $5,000 OBO, 401-4094.


Leave Electrical Work to the Pros


Even the handiest do-it- yourselfers know it’s not safe to repair their own electricity. Your best bet: Spring for a licensed, qualified electrician when your home’s electricity or electric appliances are on the fritz.


Even if you turn your electricity off at the circuit breaker box, it’s not neces- sarily safe to work on your home’s plugs and wiring. The Electrical Safety Foun- dation International also recommends:


• Study your panel’s circuit breakers or fuses so you will know which one controls each switch, light and outlet.


• Suit up in safety goggles and gloves before touching electrical components. • Triple-check that you have turned off the right circuits before you start any work. It’s easy to flip the wrong switch by accident. • Make 100 percent sure the circuit cannot be ac- cidentally turned back on while you are working. Let everyone in the house know the breaker box is off limits until you say otherwise.


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