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2009 Chevy Silverado 1/2-ton truck, ext. cab, 4.8 L.S., auto, electric windows, black, 59K miles, $16,500 ¿UP


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owner, $10,500; 1992 Ford F150, FARM & RANCH


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50-gal. pull-behind sprayer, 6-ft. spray, hand-held attachment, paid $1,000, asking $800, 405-556-1116.


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20'x10' $50; 10' International hay rake, $550, 405-454-0510.


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Clothesline poles, $60; farm gate, 16' long, 4.5' wide, $50; steel gate, ORQJ


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All kinds of old horse pulled farm implements, prices vary; Lincoln arc welder, 225 amp, long leads, $200, 454-2046.


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2001 Safari Cheetah motor home, all new batteries, tires, w/slide-outs, washer & dryer, cat engine, excel- OHQW FRQGLWLRQ


2006 Wildwood bumper-pull camp- ing trailer, 1 slide-out dinner area makes to a bed and couch, tub and VKRZHU


Nerf bars, Dodge HD hitch, $100; canoe, $250, 290-1506.


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$V H[SHFWHG PRVW SHRSOH GRQ¶W WKLQN PXFK about water heaters. They take for granted they make it possible to have hot showers, clean din- ner dishes and enjoy load upon load of freshly laundered linens. The lonely water heater, tucked away in the basement or a utility closet, is out of sight and out of mind. There are times, however, when your attention turns to that most essential of appliances: when an H[LVWLQJ ZDWHU KHDWHU EUHDNV or when building or renovat- ing a home.


At those times, a home- owner will make a decision that has consequences that persist for a decade or two, maybe longer. Your water- heating choice will have implications for energy HI¿FLHQF\ FRVW RI XVH WKH environment, safety and reli- ability.


As a member of the co- operative, you might already know about many of the DGYDQWDJHV DQG EHQH¿WV RI electric water heaters. First, electric water heaters are VDIH 7KHUH LV QR WKUHDW RI FDUERQ PRQR[LGH SRL- VRQLQJ FRPEXVWLRQ RU H[SORVLRQ (OHFWULF ZDWHU heaters are environmentally friendly and capable of using electricity generated from solar, wind, hydro and other renewable sources.


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