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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.


Cedar tree removal, 816- 7863.


Will haul away lg. appliances, scrap metal, car batteries for free, also buy junk vehicles, call or text 694-9686.


February 2015 Wanted


Someone who hand quilts to finish some quilts, 430-9274.


Looking for a hunting lease near/around Depew area, 664-8445.


Draft Dodgers: Weather Stripping Your Home


All INFORMATION BELOW MUST BE COMPLETED


Name Address Account #


Automobiles


1957 Mercury Turnpike Cruiser, 2 dr. hardtop, garage kept, 401-4094.


1972 2-ton Ford, all-steel bed, 18.5’, $1,995; 1985 Crown Vic, 49K miles, $2,975, 606- 9113.


2001 Mitsubishi Montero Sport, runs good, $1,800 OBO, 598-1168.


Farm


Irrigation wench, lots of cable, $195, 606-9113.


Vicon 2800, 3-pt. disc mower, 9.5’, 452-3094.


Older model two-horse straight load trailer w/living quarters, all in good working condition, good starter trailer, $6,800, 641-3664.


Need to sell 1973 Ford trac- tor, only one or two things wrong with it, nothing major, $8,000 OBO; 3.5-ton heat and air unit, $800 OBO, (918) 716-0846.


New Holland TC-30, 30 hp, 6’ blade, 4’ box blade, 2 WD, $7,500, 567-2635.


Brand name 2003 gooseneck trailer, 24’x6’8”, rubber floor, like new, new 10-ply Hancock tires, $5,000, (918)-617-3237.


250’ roll of heavy guage field hog wire fencing, $75; 60’ roll of 5’ rect. .grid wire, $40, new wire, 273-8008.


2008 Kubota MX5100, 4 WD, LA844 loader 180 hrs. industrial tires, quick connect


Phone #


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


bucket, 52 hp, $22,500, 273- 7557.


Like new 7’x14’ Hamlin en- closed trailer, tandem wheels, heavy duty, finished inside with hooks, $3,700, (814) 650-5580.


6’ straight blade, adjusts to angles, 3-pt., like new, $150; 12’ wide harrow, $150; 6’ tandem aeriator disc, $150, 454-0510.


Miscellaneous


Approximately 1,000 board foot of walnut lumber, it has been stored in a barn, (918) 260-3109, (405) 740-2879.


Bermuda and native-mixed hay, 4’-5.5, $35-40 ea.; square bales prairie hay, $4 ea.; camper shell 1.5 Chevy cab $100, Wellston area, 820-3862.


Two plots in Resthaven Cemetery, 61D, 3 & 4, Gar- den of Prayer, $3,000, (918) 781-2187.


Hay - square bales, $4 ea.; round bales, 5’x5.5’, $30 ea; (918) 689-4997.


Nuerous beautiful Thomas Kincade and other colorful jigsaw puzzles in their boxes, $1 ea., or three for $2, 382- 2520.


23,000 BTU propane fire- place, 59” tall, 50” wide, 24” deep, $500, 567-2815.


Electric wheel chair, $250; Blue Ok tow bar, $500, 598- 6739.


Lift chair less tan, 1-yr.-old, $350, 899-4616,


Small bales of prairie hay, $6 ea.; complete computer sys- tem w/22” flatscreen monitor, 398-4912.


Small sq. bales of prairie hay, $6 ea., 598-5860.


Whirlpool washer and dryer, $200; gas dryer, $125; fire extinguisher, $15; electric smoker, $25, 275-3419.


Scott’s apple peeler, original box, price and date, $60; 2-burner Coleman camp stove, $25; shoe tree, $20, 454-2046.


Pets/Livestock


Heifer, bull, 1/2 Jersey & 1/2 Limo/Angus, young bull, market price, 201-8898.


Red and Blue Heeler pup- pies, $200 ea., 279-3383, 240-0960.


American chicks, $2 ea., 240-3926.


Big roosters, $2, Bantam chickens, 598-6711.


Real Estate


20 acres in Tecumseh, paved road, 606-9113.


Furnished cabin between Meeker and Prague, available for your out-of-town guests, 567-0159.


Services


Will haul away for free unwanted major appliances, scrap metal, car batteries w/ in 15 mile radius of Shawnee, 609-4365.


There is no doubt about it; the cold weather is here. Not only is it important to make sure your heating unit is working properly, but you should check your home to make sure none of that heat is escaping. During cold weather, drafts around windows and doors are constantly letting in cool air. Most people immediately want to raise their thermostat even higher; however, that will cause you to use more energy. The best solution is to weather strip your home. This is typi- cally an easy fix that will eliminate energy waste and help you save on your monthly electric bill. Sometimes drafts are obvious, and other times the openings are much smaller. Here are two quick ways to find out if heat is escaping from your home. For doors, look for daylight between the door and its frame, if you see even a hint of light in between the two, you need to weather strip that area. For windows, place a piece of paper between the sash and the seal then close it. If you can remove the piece of paper from the window without ripping it, you need to weather strip that area as well.


The great thing about all of this is that weather stripping is easy! There is an assortment of materials available to you (like rubber, foam, metal, etc.) and they are all inexpensive. Once you have purchased what you need, keep the following in mind before you begin weather stripping: be sure the surface is dry and clean, measure the area more than once for best accu- racy, and apply so that strips compress both sides of the window or door. To weather strip windows: • Place the stripping between the frame and the


sash. shut.


• Be sure that it compresses the window when


• Check to make sure that the stripping does not interfere with the moving of the window. To weather strip doors: • Choose the proper sweeps and thresholds for


your door. • Weather-strip the entire door jamb. • Make sure the stripping meets tightly at both


corners. • Use a thickness that allows for a tight press between the door and the ground, but one that does not make the door difficult to shut. Roughly half of the energy your home uses comes from heating and cooling. So the next time you feel an uncomfortable draft in your home, do not immediately crank up the heat. Check to find out where the draft is coming from and properly weather strip the area.


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