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• CF Fencing & Metal Building: Fencing of all types, shops, barns, carports, etc. Call for free estimate. 226-2930.


• Dump truck: topsoil, sand, gravel, recycled asphalt, mulch, manure & compost when available. 496-3338 or 326-2247


• Dumpster Rental: large roll-off containers, you load, we haul. Remodels, new construction, roofers, storm clean up. Can help with large items. 496-3338 or 326-2247.


• Jim’s Painting & Remodeling: Interior & exterior, wallpaper, popcorn ceiling removal, sheetrock repairs, texture, power washing. Free estimates, quality work. 20yrs exp & insured. 366-0722.


• Stump Grinding: Competitive prices. Call Danny, 329-2230 or 779-5362.


• Licensed Home Health Aide: Care for elderly, day work only, Lexington/Purcell area. 527-3476.


• Concrete work: driveways, patios, sidewalks, metal building slabs, Norman & sur rounding area. 640-5866.


• General Motors Speedometer Repair: Are your GM instrument cluster needles acting erratic? I can fi x them with updated parts. Lifetime warranty by ASE certifi ed technician. Remove, repair, install, $100. 213-8014.


• Timber Tree Service: Beautify your property by trimming or removing unwanted limbs,


trees


& brush. We are fully insured & experienced in tree care. Call Randy McCarter for your free estimate, 821-1027 or 392-2399.


• The Busy Bee: Fresh local produce, local pure raw honey, vintage signs & much more. 10005 US 77, Slaughterville, OK. Open Monday-Friday 9-6 & Saturday 9-1. 250-2045.


• Lawn Mowing & Property Clean- up: large or small, South Norman, Noble, Lexington. 527-0778.


• Masonry work & repair: Brick, block, stone & repair. All size jobs: Fireplaces, mailboxes, planters, tuck pointing, pavers, brick replacement due to erosion. 34yrs experience, competitive prices. Danny, 329- 2230 or 779-5362.


• Weld up steel buildings: 30x50 = $17,200; 40x60 = $27,250. Cost includes concrete, fi nancing available. 872-0338.


• Bargain Barns: 18x21 steel carport = $695; 12x31 RV cover = $1,770; 20x21 garage = $3,560; 24x31 garage = $5,165. Financing available. 872-0338.


• Rent to own portable buildings: 8x12 = $1,495($74.75/mo); 8x16 = $1,895 ($94.75/mo); 10x16 = $2,590 ($129.50/mo). No credit check. 872-0338.


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