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Containers For Sale New & Used, 20’, 40’ & 40’HC


bath, sunroom near Tahlequah. $181,900. Ameriland Realtors 918- 458-6300.


BUSINESS PROPERTY on highway with living quarters upstairs, Ft. Gibson schools. $135,000. 918- 239-4099.


1998 18X80 3 BEDROOM 2 bath. Must sell. To be moved. Will consider paying half of moving with 100 mile radius. Nice home. Write 1904 S 8th St, Lot 24, Rogers, AR 72758 or call 479-202- 3029.


LAKE TEXOMA beautiful custom 3/2.5/2 with office or fourth bed, approx. 2,285 sq. ft. Sits on approx. 3/4 acre.


Gated


community. Two pools, tennis and ponds. Sits close to lake & 18-hole golf course. Tons of storage. Must see. Located in Kingston, OK. 219,000. Call Ginger at 580-564- 5405.


LAKE TEXOMA - 4 bed/3 bath home, possible 5th bed, 2 car garage, garden room, covered breezeway, large kitchen and living room, outbuildings. Approx 2,700 sq ft on 1 acre. Alberta Creek, Kingston. 580-564-4482 or 580- 565-2626.


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WANTED! OLD CARS. Hard tops and convertibles. Running or not. 918-482-3272.


WANTED! OLD PICKUPS, CARS. 1900s to 1970s, gas pumps. Convertibles, hardtops, others. 580-658-3739


J&J CHAPMAN CONSTRUCTION is currently looking for a reliable crew to erect pole buildings. Top dollar paid for quality work. If interested, call 918-557-7209.


LIKE TO HUNT pheasants? Come see us, T&M Game Farm northeast of Guthrie. Give us a call at 405- 282-1386. Stan and Alice Dowers.


Vacations


BIG FISH SPECIAL - LAKE TEXOMA 2 days fishing & 2 days lodging. We guarantee fun & excitement! The Thrill of the Hunt with lures. Call Bill today 903-786- 4477 www.striperexpress.com


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30’X50’x10’ Fully Enclosed ...... $7,175.00 30’X50’x10’ With 15’ Shed ....... $9,000.00 36’X50’x10’ Horse Barn ......... $8,100.00 30’X60’x10’ Fully Enclosed ...... $8,000.00 30’X40’x10’ Fully Enclosed ...... $6,450.00 20’X60’x9’-7’ Cow Shed ....... $5,450.00


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