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The ElectraLite Electralite Classified Ads


Each CVEC member family is limited to ONE free classified ad per month. Length of the ad cannot exceed space provided below. Ads run only one time and must be resubmitted to appear in the next edition. Return the completed form to P. O. Box 751, Seminole, OK 74818. Forms may also be dropped off at either office location, or email your ad to editor@canadianvalley.org. Ads must be received by the first of each month.


Statement of Non-Discrimination All information below must be completed.


Name Address Account # Phone #


AUTOMOBILES & BIKES


2012 Honda Accord, 16K miles, $16,000 OBO; 2011 Honda Shadow motorcycle, windshield and travel bags, $3,600, both in excellent condition, 432-8064.


1989 Ford 3/4-ton Econoline 260 van, extended roof, V8, auto, AC, plus roof AC, sleeps six, 45K miles, $4,200, 598-5757.


Great used tires - P195/55/R15, $25/each, 567-5147.


2008 550 flatbed, 4WD crew cab Ford diesel truck, very low mileage, price negotiable, 275-3294.


FARM & RANCH


Angus-Watusi cross bull, pure black, great on young heifers, easy calving, Okemah, 970-302-7541.


Prairie hay - small, square bales, $4/bale, 598-5860.


16'x5' bumper-pull stock trailer, full rear swing gate w/slider, center and side-swing gate, $1,200, 863-3419.


WANTED - Right rear tire for a 1952 Ford 8N tractor. Tire size is 12-4-28, rim 11-28. 615-6571.


WANTED - Tractor with front-end loader, excellent mechanical condi- tion, looks not an issue, 279-2616.


Yearling Angus bulls, gentle and growthy, six to choose from; hay - 4'x5' bales, net-wrapped, native grasses, $30-$35, delivery avail- able, six miles east of Shawnee, 974-0409, 640-2838.


Alpacas, Earlsboro, 202-9967.


5'x10' utility trailer w/ramp, $700, 567-5147.


Mixed prairie hay, round bales, Ber-


muda, bluestem, yellow hopclover, new-wrapped, $40/each, if more than one bale, 567-9008.


Purebred black polled Gelbvieh bulls, will work good on ____ crossbreeding, will add a lot of extra pounds at weaning, 567-3125.


HOME & LAND


Refrigerator-freezer, washer, dryer, AC, cook stove, 273-7874.


Three-piece entertainment center/ curio cabinet, bottom storage, holds 32-39" TV, very good condition, oak, $400, Prague, 630-5560.


Double-wide mobile home, 2,300 sq. ft., 3 BDR, or office space, 2 BA, all wood floors, metal roof, 30'x40' shop on two lots, $69,000, 614-0073.


MISCELLANEOUS


Coin-operated bar pool table, very good condition, $1,000, 550-0533.


GRD 2 BRNG 30--06 Belgium 4X Redfield scope, BRNG high-power Belgium extra clips, military ammo, 997-9772.


Whirlpool chest-type 17 cu. ft. freezer, good condition, $75, 273-4703.


Kenmore washer and dryer, $200; gas cook stove, $100; electric barbecue, $35; Dirt Devil vacuum, $35, 275-3419.


Almost new Maytag washer, uses less water and works great, $300 OBO, 410-1578.


Honey bee and swarm rescue/ removal, please do not spray bees, 432-9352.


Clear glass tabletop, 36"x54"x1/2", like new, no base, only top, $50, 615-2616.


Culligan whole-house water soft- ener system, $150, 567-5147.


Compost/manure ready for spring planting, $50/standard pickup load, will load for you. 382-4468.


WANTED - Free rock and/or brick for low-water creek crossing, 567-3685.


Reliable photo service, 8MM, VHS, slides transferred to DVD, 275-6884.


Firewood & nuts - oak or pecan - $75/rick; hickory - $95/rick - unshelled black walnuts - $1/lb., Macomb/Pink/Shawnee/Norman area, 598-6274.


Heated, jetted Jacuzzi drop-in tub, #6060, 60"Lx60"Wx22"H, 10 jets, $300; 1/4" wall mirror, 6'6"x3', $50; 1/4" wall mirror, 5'3"x3', $40; frosted glass shower door and frame, 62"x2", $25, 595-8660.


Canadian Valley Electric Cooperative, Inc., is the recipient of Federal financial assistance from the Rural Utilities Ser- vice, an agency of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, and is subject to the provi- sions of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended, the Age Discrimina- tion Act of 1975, as amended, and the rules and regulations of the U.S. Depart- ment of Agriculture which provide that no person in the United States on the basis of race, color, national origin, age or handi- cap shall be excluded from participation in, admission or access to, denied the benefits of, or otherwise be subjected to discrimi- nation under any of this organization’s


Find Your


Account Number and Win $25


If you find your account 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.


And you need to report finding it by phone, mail or in person. Good luck!


programs or activi- ties.


The person responsible for coordinating this organization’s nondiscrimination compliance efforts is Bob Hood, Interim General Manager. Any individual, or specific class of in- dividuals, who feels this organization has subjected them to discrimination may obtain further infor- mation about the stat- utes and regulations listed above from and/or file a writ- ten complaint with this organization; or the Secretary, U.S. Department of Agri- culture, Washington, D.C. 20250; or the Administrator, Rural Utilities Service, Washington, D.C. 20250. Complaints must be filed within 180 days after the al- leged discrimination. Confidentiality will be maintained to the extent possible.


Bob Hood, Interim


General Manager


March 2016


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