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endnotes Room A/C Keeps You Cool—And Healthy


Drinking lots of water, wearing light-colored clothing and staying out of the sun will protect you from dehydration and heat stroke during the "dog days" of summer. So can your air conditioner.


The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ranks air-conditioning as the No.1 protection against heat- related illness and death.


So take good care of yours. If you rely on single-room air conditioners instead of a central a/c system:


• Have a qualified


service technician perform routine maintenance and an inspection of your unit once a year.


• Repair defects as


soon as you’re aware of them. That can prevent a fire or a surprise breakdown on a hot summer day.


• Plug them into


grounded, three-prong outlets, and make sure each outlet you use is on a circuit that is large enough


to handle the load. The only way to know that is to ask an electrician.


• Avoid using an


extension cord to reach from the window a/c to a grounded outlet. If you have no choice, buy a cord that is designed for use specifically with air conditioners.


• Consider updating


your room air conditioners if they are more than 10 years old. Newer models are far more energy efficient. According to EnergyStar. gov, an Energy Star-qualified model can save you $25 on your summer electric bill.


For more energy saving tips, please visit togetherwesave. com, or contact your co- op at 800-888-2731.


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2-660 JD side delivery hay rakes. Very good condition, $1,000 ea. 918-429-9107.


■ MOTORCYCLES & ATV'S


Honda 350 4-wheeler, 2006 model, low hours, excellent condition. $2,500. 918-429-9107.


■ REAL ESTATE


Home for sale, Hwy 2-Sardis Lake area. 2BD, 2 BA, large LDK area, open 68 ft porch, 12 x 16 deck, carport, outbuilding, cellar, 10 x 24 washroom, lots of windows & doors, great for outdoor lovers, fishing or just being outdoors. 918-385-1700.


2 lots, end to end, driveway and street on both ends of lot. 140 x 40 ft, 32-ft 5th wheel, 14 x 20 deck w/ electric. Close to bathhouse (1/2 block), 16 x 35 ft metal roof over trailer and deck, good condition. Piney Creek. 4.5 blks from boat dock on Pecan St. $15,00 obo. 918-367-6333 or 918-399-6333.


■ MISCELLANEOUS


20 Acres of hay to be cut in Poteau. Land clear, no rocks. $150. 918-635-0701, large building to store hay if needed.


Looking for male or female mute swan. If you know where I can locate one, please call 918-688-2304.


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ENERGY EFFICIENCY Tip of the Month


During summer months, our homes can be extremely hot, making living conditions uncomfortable. Before you turn up your air conditioner, try cooling off with a ceiling fan first.Using ceiling fans can actually allow you to raise your thermostat setting by four degrees and still feel just as comfortable.


Source: Department of Energy


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