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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 5th of each month; if received after the deadline they will be printed in the next issue.


September 2016


Weatherproof Your House to Stay Warm


All information below must be completed. Name Address Account #


Phone # FARM & RANCH


3-pt., 9-ft. springtooth harrow; 3-pt. 4-ft. disc plow; 2 section drag springtooth harrow; A-frame road drag, 405-567-3685.


Sprayed Bermuda grass hay, 4’x5’, net-wrapperd bales, four miles north of Seminole, $35, 405-382-1444.


4’x5’ net-wrapped grass hay, $32/ bale, 405-942-4538, 405-436- 7924.


950 John Deere tractor with 5-ft. disc, box blade, brush hog, springtooth tiller, lift plow, 3-pt. scoop, $7500, 405-585-1344.


Reg. Hereford bulls, polled, gentle, excellent milk and meat genetics; 1 yearling $2,000, 1 19-mos. $2,500; a few heifers also avialable, 405-598-1920, 405-210-8794.


International seed drill, 10-ft. seed box, good condition, $700; 2 self-feeding dog feeders, 2-gallon capacity, $8, 405-454-0510.


HOME & LAND


Accepting bids for farming and grazing lease, 160 acres, 1 mile south of Hwy. 9 on 9A, 112 acres open pasture, two water wells, new fences, low water crossing, Tonya at 405-395-0113.


One acre lot in Flint Ridge near the Illinois River, pay transfer fee, 405-390-2571.


MISCELLANEOUS


Pallets of assorted new mer- chandise from $200 to $350 ea., Seminole, 382-7250.


Handcrafted furniture solid wood indoor and outdoor, lots of de- signs and colors, 405-885-0947.


Racing homing pigeons, cham- pion blood, $10/ea., 405-585- 1744.


Motion lights, $10; Kwick Set entry and deadbolt locks, $15 in pkg.; heavy metal firewood rack, $150, 405-598-5286.


Purebred Heeler dogs - Blue female, spayed, Red male, 1&1/2 yr. old, $100 ea., (cash), 405- 240-7750.


Lots of used lumber, free; sheet metal and concrete blocks, $150, 405-382-3335.


Seasoned red oak firewood, $60/ rick; extra for delivery, 405-380- 3043, 405-625-6354.


John Deere riding mower, w/dual bagger, snow plow, chains and weights, just serviced, $1,000 OBO, 405-765-7513.


Rough-cut lumber, firewood, metal roofs, custom projects, bring your log and we will mill it, Hatler Sawmill and Construction; concrete picnic tables, $450, 405-397-6618.


1976 16-ft. Fleetwood Powler travel trailer, roof does not leak, nothing works, $1,000, 405-964- 7855.


Weatherproofing is an inexpensive way to save money on your energy bills during the winter. Even the tiniest gaps around windows, doors, light fixtures, elec- trical outlets and air ducts can slowly let your home’s heated air escape to the outdoors. That can add up to substantial heat loss. Here’s how to avoid leaks: • Caulk throughout the house wherever walls meet floors or door frames, and between the outside of the window frame and the siding. Choose caulk designed for the surface you’re caulking, and try a higher quality caulk, which will last longer. • Apply weather-stripping to all exterior doors and


windows. Weather-stripping is a thin piece of material that seals the gap between where the door or window meets the jamb. Self-stick foam pieces are quick and easy to apply. • Replace worn door sweeps on exterior doors to help prevent heat loss under the door. • Seal windows with thin plastic sheets using an


insulator kit. Shrinking the plastic film with a hair dryer ensures a smooth and tight seal.


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