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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.


KitchenAide professional 550 Plus stand mixer, still in box, never used, $250, 273-5532.


Armstrong 3-ton condenser, $200; Trane A-coil, $100; Bosch 36" vent hood, $50, 964-4448.


Extreme Performance wind turbine generator, HDPE blades, radical hubs & sealed bearing swivel assys., designed, tested for extreme Oklahoma conditions, 788- 7758.


All INFORMATION BELOW MUST BE COMPLETED


Name Address Account #


Automobiles


'95 Chevy conversion van, 89K miles, shop kept, 1 own- er, 4 captain chairs, couch/ bed, $3,500 firm, 356-2264.


1957 Hudson, 4-dor sedan, model #35785-Z, not running, 90% complete, restorable, good condition, 964-2477.


1987 Freightliner w/Rivinius trailer LBA25AT, runs good, 1949-50 1-ton Studebaker truck parts, '47 Studebaker 1.5-ton w/dumpbed, 795- 3900.


Farm


Sears Craftsman 18" chain- saw, $75, 878-6697.


2-ton foldable shop crane & engine stand, both for $125, 598-0941.


500-gal. fuel tower, $475; 60-gal compressor, $475; '72 Chevy 2-ton all-steel flatbed, $1,995; '97 Chevy 1-ton van, $1,995, 606-9113.


John Deere 3-bottom plow, F-35 & F-45, still has the paint on it, manuel available, in ex. cond., $400, 382-5045.


Allis Chalmers D17 converted propane to gas 63-hp 2 WD, $6,000; MF/35 parts only, $1,000; 24' gooseneck trailer, 45' dove w/winch, $4,000; 5'x14' stock trailer open top, $1,200, 808-0842.


18' steel-bed trailer, good tires, $1,750, 830-1011.


Craftsman router & org., metal case, $50, 454-2046.


Phone #


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


Structural tubing: 2&7/8" @ 95¢/ft.; 2&3/8" @ 85¢/ft.; 5/8" @ $5.50/ft.; 3/4" @ $6.50/ft.; 7/8" @ $7.50/ft., 380-6316.


6' finish pasture mower, hooks to power takeoff on a tractor, $400, 795-0166.


Heavy-duty pallet forks for a 40+HP tractor, quick at- tachment style/Alitec model PF40485, $500 OBO; hay fork, $100, 567-5608.


25-lb. trip hammer, 795-3900. Miscellaneous


2 lg. outdoor speakers, $100, 878-6697.


Queen-size mattress w/box springs, $85; boxes merchan- dise, food for thrify store or garage sale, $3 ea., & up, 398-4912.


2 plots in Shawnee's Rest- haven Cemetery, Masonic Gardens, spaces 1 & 2, Lot 65B, make offer, 598-1202.


New #425 Schwinn, Nautilus ellipicial/stepper machine, antique tea sofa, antique fried pie maker, 443-8209.


200 square bales, prairie hay, $5 ea., 820-3862.


30 4'x5' bales of hay, $30 ea., 808-0842.


Wooden wheelchair ramp, 36" wide x 15'7" long, $75, 964-5257.


Small square bales, prairie hay, 598-5860.


11 square composition shin- gles, 25 yr., shades of brown, $50/square, 664-8102.


Burning or feed barrels, $10- $12 ea.; a single bale hay hook, (square), $125; iron pipe, 567-7921.


Car hauler trailer, 15 steel concrete forms, 631-1506.


5 new 2014 Toyota PT Cruiser wheels & tires, take offs, P265/70R17 Dunlop tires, $800 OBO, 964-5663.


Pet cages for any small pet, 4' tall, 4' across, 2' from front to back, each door section, pictures upon request, $400 ea., firm, 802-4415.


2-person garden glider & cushions, $50, 273-1059.


Jacuzzi whirlpool tub, white, left-handed, drop-in, 36"x60", holes for Roman faucets, brand new, has a repairable crack, $400 OBO, originally $780, 831-4509.


Small, upright piano, $250, 830-1011.


1-qt. Stanley thermos, $10; Northwester gumball ma- chine, no key, $60, 454-2046.


2002 EZ-GO gas golf cart w/ seat on back, $160, 918-617- 0215.


Iris & day lillies, dug fresh daily, many colors, Tecum- seh, 598-8103.


2 plots in Resthaven, $3,000 OBO; old bottles, magazines, stamps, settee, pictures, all great deals, 273-1331.


Winchester model 94 30/30, $500; Remington model 700 300 Winchester Magnum (scope, extras), $500, (918) 866-2440.


Hollow core doors, $7 ea., 543-9652.


Pets/Livestock


8 cow & calf pairs, 6-8 yrs. old, $2,200-$2,500/pr., 820- 3862.


3-yr.-old red male llama, $175, 830-1011.


Alpacas, starting at $250, 202-9967.


Real Estate


2 BDR, 1 BA home in Harrah area, needs lots of work, $3,000, (918) 869-9278.


3 BDR brick home w/lg. garage on 10 acres be- tween McLoud and Meeker, $164,000, 313-0021.


12'x60' mobile home to be moved, needs repairs, would make a great storage shed, $2,000; 3.6 lots in Wetumka, $5,000, 380-6823.


160-acre farm, home, fenced, 4 ponds, live creek, 300 pecan trees, Lincoln Co., 258-0256, 240-4992.


Secluded 5 acres, all trees, good water well, 2/25 miles S. of Macomb on Gaddy, $2,300/acres, 333-2466.


2.5 acres on Whispering Oak Drive, N. of Jackstown off Hwy. 177, $20,000, 279- 3638.


RV/Marine


1997 27' Sun Tracker pon- toon party barge, w/Mariner 90 ELHP motor, great condi- tion, $9,500 OBO, 664-8445.


6-wheel Argo Amphibious, great shape, $4,000, 258- 7359.


Services


FREE - Haul away major appliances, car batteries, scarp metal, old vehicles, 694-9686.


September 2014


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


Wanted


Vs & shells pattern for af- ghan, 932-1204.


2 serviceable cassette player-recorders w/ or w/o radios, 452-3252.


Stainless steel fry basket w/ long handle, 543-9652.


Rolling metal stairs w/rail, 382-6518.


Embrace Fall’s Bounty – for Natural Energy Savings


We’re about to enjoy the best of autumn weath- er, when it’s too cool to leave the air conditioner running but too warm to power up the heating system.


So throw open the curtains during the day to let the sunrays in to naturally light and heat your home. South-facing windows, especially, should go uncovered on sunny days. Close drapes at night to keep out au- tumn drafts.


Next, inspect the windows in rooms that feel cold at night even when it’s not too cold outside. Chances are, the windows are drafty. Third, resist the


urge to crank up the heat when it’s cool but not cold outside. 803381601 Throw an extra blanket on the bed or pull on your flannel PJs. Still cold? Set the thermostat as low as is comfortable during wak- ing hours, and turn it back at least 10 degrees for the overnight. You could save up to 10 percent a year on your heating and cooling bills this way


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