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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.


President's Message...


the Cooperative Finance Corporation (CFC) and CoBank, continue to look favorably on the Coop- erative. This is a must for any electric utility to operate. Our customer


All INFORMATION BELOW MUST BE COMPLETED


Name Address Account #


Phone #


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


Automobiles


2004 Chevy Z71 Suburban, 4WD, runs great, new 10-ply tires, $6,100, 657-8226.


Farm


4 Uniroyal Liberator A/T P21570R16 tires, $60; 4 Liberator All Terrain LT265/75R16, $35, 207- 8405.


1940s Farmall cub tractor, new tires & attachments, $2,000 OBO, 567-0277.


500-gal., gasoline tank w/ pump, $800, 598-3845.


5' finish mower, 3 pt. hook up, like new, 214-9362.


2-horse bumper pull X-tall horse trailer, $1,000, 918- 689-9502.


1980s diesel tractor, 650, 4 ATCHs, no front-end loader, $4,500, 964-2959.


24' flatbed gooseneck trailer, $3,500, 657-8226.


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


Band saw mill w/blade sharpener, $6,200 firm, 918- 716-8482.


4x8 utility trailer, needs floor & sideboards, $225, 543- 9652.


16' cattle trailer, $995; 8', 12', 16' utility trailers w/full ramp & wench, $1,195; 1-ton flatbed, $2,950; '72 Chevy 2-ton 350, 25 pd. axle, steel flatbed, $2,975; gas welder,


$295, 598-0932.


16" bumper pull trailer, 665 Montana tractor loader, 2 au- tomatic water tanks, 16' open stock trailer, 54" Cub Cadet mower, 964-2622, 740-3664.


Truck bed trailer, U-Haul tow bar, A-frame w/2-ton wench, boat trailer, 508-5916.


Miscellaneous


Weight bench, weights, exercise bike, upper body exerciser, 4-gal. fish tank, $50, 454-3157.


Drum set, $300, 899-4616.


Used lumber, sheet rock, electrical, building materials, 382-2243.


Gas cookstove, $100; Whir- pool washer & dryer, $200, 220-volt electric AC, $100, 275-3419.


Matched set Kenmore washer & dryer, $175; Kenmore cookstove, $300; 2 recliners, 1 blue, 1 brown, $150, 585-1504.


175 red bricks, $100, 279- 3638.


Full-size mattress w/box springs, 543-9652.


21 stacks left-over bricks, 99 in ea. stack, $624, 598-6883.


Buy, sell & repair clocks, 513-2986.


Dinette set, w/6 white chairs w/natural wood seats, $75, 273-8472.


Small square bales prairie hay, $5 in field, 598-5860, 826-5320.


Large amount of fleece,4" & 5"-square scraps, different prints/solids, 454-6816.


Side-by-side burial plots in Shawnee's Masonic Rest- haven Cemetery, 598-1202.


Antique O'Keefe & Merritt gas kitchen stove, very clean, $650, 694-0710.


Poulan Pro seat for riding mower, good shape, $35, 454-2408.


Over 300 VHS tapes, $1 ea., 694-1689.


Pets/Livestock


2 Morkies, 1.5 yrs. old, male – 3/4 maltese & 1/4 yorkie, female – 3/4 yorkie & 1/4 maltese, $200 ea., 878-6697.


Baby guineas, $3 ea., 598- 8339.


Guineas – assorted colors & ages, $4-$10 ea.; Alpaca fleece, or by lb., 567-2404.


Donkeys – 2 Jacks, 2 geld- ings, 1 Hinny, $50 ea.; 3 Jen- nys, $125 ea., 333-2546.


Rhode Island Red rooster, $10, 207-8405.


Ducks, Bantams, pullets, Cornish chicks, big roosters, $2, 598-6711.


Hereford bulls, gentle, stout, and growthy, 12 mos. to 3 yrs., $1,200 to $2,000, out of efficient, productive cows, 598-3540.


ABGA boer goats, bucks, does, kids, show or breeding prospects, 598-5238.


High tech/low touch Bob White quail, flight condi- tioned, NPIP certified, state licensed breeder, 527-0730.


Real Estate


Yahoo, hobbits, fairytale houses, saloon-style, $5,000 to be moved off property, 598-1202.


3 BDR brick home on 5 acres w/pond, Bethel Acres, 275- 5636.


205 acres, mostly timber, 2 cabins w/electric, water, sewer, NE of Paden, $1,500/ acre, 918-261-3099.


FOR RENT – Full-size arena & 40-acre pasture, Konawa, 580-925-2640.


RV/Marine


2009 38' Heartland 5th wheel, washer & dryer hook- up, 4 slides, king bed, electric awning, loaded, $38,500, 382-7206.


14' camper-trailer, best offer, 279-3897.


Services


Will haul away unwanted ma- jor appliances, scrap metal, car batteries for free w/i 15-mile radius of Shawnee, 609-4365.


Wanted


Want to trade shop smith wood lathe for small metal milling machine, 273-7335.


A 1955-1957 Chevy or a 1962-1972 Chevy Nova, 918- 689-6969.


Will buy 3-pt. finish mower 48", 60", 72", will buy 12"x16' to 20' tin horn for driveway, will buy John Deere 1020, 2010, or 3020 tractor for parts, 273-2405.


base continues to grow. In comparisons made by our lenders we have one of the most effective and efficient employee groups not only in Oklahoma but also in comparison to electric cooperatives nationwide. Your Board of Trustees continues to make operating deci- sions very conservatively and evaluate more ways for our Cooperative to cooperate with other electric cooperatives to share services, man- power, equipment and inventory to hold down costs and build a more responsive servant utility. A key component of this is cooperating with other cooperatives. This is one of our guiding principles and it works very well. In short, 2012 was a good year for Canadian Valley Electric Coop- erative. We, as Board and Management, will continue to look for and evaluate possibilities and options to make your electric cooperative the best servant and the most cost-efficient it can be and among the very best of all electric coopera- tives. We will keep you informed as we move forward and look to the future. It is my pleasure to serve on the Board of Trustees of Canadian Val- ley Electric Cooperative. It is my honor to serve as President of our Board of Trustees of the Coop- erative. Our goal is to be your servant. That will continue to be our guiding principle. Thank-you.


September 2013


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