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The ElectraLite $50/rick, 279-2008. 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.


Square bales of prairie hay, $6 ea.; firewood, $40/rick, 598-5860.


1,000 bales Bermuda mix, prairie & Johnson grass, 4'x5.5', net-wrapped, delivery available, 290-8854.


New motion detector light, $10; new entry & dead bolt locks, $10; carbon monoxide alarm, $10, 598-5286.


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


2010 Ford F-150 XLT, tan/ brown interior, gold-tone, 64K miles, $21,000, 432-8064, 333-2935.


1982 Chevy 1-ton, 78K miles, good condition, $2,600, 598- 5680.


1965 Mercedes Benz, 598- 1202.


1997 Chevy S-10, ext. cab,


3-dr. on driver's side, low- rider, Vortex V-6 eng., 20" rims, $3,500, 476-0154.


Farm


6 pc. Ridgid 180/x2 drill, Ridgid 180/x3 hammer drill, Ridgid 24-volt drill, 1 battery, multi-charger lite, needs bulb, $100 for all, 918-866-2440, 706-5233.


M9000 Kubota tractor, 662 hrs., cab, 4-WD, 3 remote valve LA 1251 loader, bale spike, fork lift forks 8 ft., box blade, turf ripper, 273-4703.


2-lever loader, control valve w/float feature, model #SAF2, mfg. by Cross, new, $200, 918-689-9038.


'72 Chevy 2-ton, 18' steel flat- bed, $2,450; '53 Ford 1-ton flatbed, $2,450; cattle & utility trailers, $195-$995; 60-gal. air compressor, $475; fuel tower 5000, $475, 606-9113.


1965 Minneapolis Moline pro- pane tractor for parts, $900 OBO, 379-5772.


Cutting torch w/hoses, bottles & cart, 567-3393.


Sawmill plus blade sharp- ener, electric & hydraulic movement, 918-716-8482.


16' gooseneck stock trailer, 16' gooseneck flatbed trailer, both like new, $3,750, 380- 3878.


Wood Mizer LT25G15 sawmill lightly-used, mobile sawmill w/blade sharpener, $5,000, 918-618-2136.


Rods - 5/8"-$5.50, 3/4"-$7, 7/8"-$8 ea.; 2&7/8" tubing #1- $1.20, #2-$1, 2&3/8 #1-$1, #2-$0.85, 380-6316.


Miscellaneous


Cattle racks for lg. pickup, $75; mixed rnd. half Ber- muda, yellow Hap, Bluestem rd. bales hay, $45 ea., buy 10 or more, $40 ea., 567-9008.


Seasoned & split oak wood, $40/rick, 279-2008.


Twin plots, Masonic, Shaw- nee Resthaven, make offer, 598-1202.


Girls carseat, $20; playpen, $30; ladies hospital scrubs, 885-0965, 765-2410.


Sq. bales prairie hay, $5 ea., rd. bales, $30-$40, 2 metal dog boxes, $75-$100, 820- 3862.


Oak computer cabinet, $50, 279-2911.


55 4'x6' rd. hay bales, good quality, net-wrapped, out by I-40 & Hwy. 99, Seminole, $40, 382-5045.


Full-size box springs, $10, 432-8064, 333-2935.


Wheat & grass hay, sq. bales, $4 ea., 567-3393.


New men's dirt bike boots, size 8 1/2, 36x30 pants, Jer- sey helmet, $200, 964-5663.


Billy Cook reining saddle, some silver, basket-weave, like new, $700 or trade, 240- 4438, 918-866-2555.


Split red oak firewood from 100+ yr. old trees, excellent quality, $60/rick, delivery available, 382-1444.


Queen Tempurpedic mat- tress, $400 OBO, 964-3813.


Metal storage bldg., 10'x8'x6', $300, wood storage bldg., 10'x16'x9', $800, 585-3156.


30+ used lights & poles for rodeo arenas, parking lots, etc., $400 for a pole & light - 25% off new price, 964-3553.


Oat hay, $6 ea., nicely split firewood, $55/rick, 550-9152, 550-9153.


2-yr.-old GE washer, $200; Maytag dryer, old but works good, $50, 567-7279.


4'x5' net-wrapped rnd. bales of grass hay, $35-$40, 942- 4538, 517-8507.


5-gal. whiskey crock jug, $75; 5-gal. crock pot by Marshal Pottery, $40; Dazey churn #40, $100, 454-2046.


Antique 1-horse buggy, 3-seater w/top, needs some work, $1,200, 273-4703.


4'x5' rnd. bales of wheat & oat hay, $30, 567-4334.


Split seasoned oak firewood,


1880 Liberty Head silver dol- lar, cut out & framed w/a gold scalloped design creating a 2&1/4" gold-filled chain, each letter & the 13 stars are cut out, $45 firm, 659-0305.


Pets/Livestock


19 young Red Limousine bulls, $1,200 ea., 631-1505.


2-yr.-old Pomeranians, 1 neutered male, 1 spayed female, shots, wormed, flea & tick control, 454-3136.


AKC Siberian Huskies, adults & puppies, $100-$800, 796- 0899.


Need to find a good home for a Pomeranian, 401-4486.


Real Estate


Tiny efficiency home, $5,000, 598-1202.


2-acre fenced business property, 40'x64' metal bldg., $105,000, Hwy. 18, 6 miles no of I-40., 306-9615.


Well-built older 3 BDR, 2 BA home, kitchen remodeled, about 30 acres, hay barn, garage/workshop, cellar, S. of I-40, Bethel Schools, 830- 4816.


LEASE - 159 acres m/l, farm- land, grazing only, off Hay 3, 1.5 miles s. on Hwy 9A, 878-0707.


1989 16'x80' mobile home, 3 BDR, 2 BA, stove, refrigera- tor, AC/heater, porches, skirt- ing included, $10,000 OBO, 279-3268.


RV/Marine


2002 25' 5th wheel, $,8,500, 598-5286.


1987 Escaper motor home, very good condition inside & out, new carpet, new tires, queen-sized bed, generator, $4,500, 761-1132.


Services


Haul away unwanted major appliances, scrap metal, car batteries, w/i 15 miles of Shawnee, 609-4365.


January 2014 Wanted


Size 2 T boys clothes, queen-size bed, microwave, 885-0965, 765-2410.


Land in South Rock Creek area, 395-2962.


Old Little League pitching machine, working or not, 2-tire type, 580-925-3946.


Instruction book for Singer Touch-Tronic 2001 memory machine, 386-5922.


3 or 4 rolling dining room chairs with arms, 386-5274..


CVEC Service Charges


When the power is disconnected due to non-payment, certain additional charges must be paid by the member.


Those charges are: Nonpayment disconnect: $25


Nonpayment reconnect:


- Normal office hours: $25 - After hours: $50


Other charges that may apply include:


Any notice left for OCC rule violations or nonpayment applications: $25


Nonrefundable connect charge: $25


Find Your Hidden Account Number and Win $25


If you find your ac- count number hidden in this issue of The Electralite, you could win $25.


In order to win, the account number must be your own. You need to report finding the number to us by the 15th of the month.


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