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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.


April 2018


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.


All information below must be completed. Name Address Account #


Phone # AUTOMOBILES & BIKES


Project vehicles - '58 Chevy panel van, '76 Laguna S-3, have parts for Laguna, 405-598-0216.


2007 Nissan Xtera, high miles, good vehicle, good inside and out, $2,150, 918-623-6278.


1995 Buick Park Avenue Ultra, owned 17 years, 1994 Chev- rolet Lumina van, owned 22 years, both in good condition, $1,200 ea., 580-925-3978.


FARM & RANCH


2013 Diamond T 35' and 5' gooseneck, dovetail, spring assist, ramp fold-up, tandem dual axles, oil bath hubs, 2 jacks locking toolbox, 16" 10 ply tire $6,500 OBO, 405-201-6888, 405-818-7255.


Craftsman 2000 psi pressure washer/6 hp Quantum XTE 2.0 GPM $1,50; Poulon 40 cc/18" bar w/extra chain $60; Poulon HDF550 front-tine tiller 5.5 HP 26" $200, 405-567-9294.


Paint mare, $500, 405-301- 0945.


Limebulls, 3 black, pole, 15 mos., 1 yr., 10 mos., reg low birth, all triple black, 405-613- 5170, 405-7251.


Black Angus bulls and heif- ers, 12- to 15-mos. old, Bull of the Woods Angus Farm, located northwest of Shawnee, AltheaWodds72@gmail.com, 405-919-3630, 405-275-0689.


Brahma bull, 9 mos. old, $900 OBO, located in Konawa, can send pictures, 405-584-3181.


John Deere 450 grain drill w/ cylinder, $2,750; chain hoist, $100, 405-567-3393.


HOME & LAND


1995 Homestar mobile home, 28'x 56', 3 BDR, 2 BA, CH/A, as is, to be moved, price includes a moving allowance, $18,000 OBO, 405-831-4509.


43 acres MOL, unimproved, 4 miles east of Seminole, $98,000, 405-740-2219.


3 BDR, 2 BA home, 1,946 sq. ft., in North Rock Creek, $192,000, 405-602-4643.


MISCELLANEOUS


Tree Terminator, 3 pt. mounting, $3,400 OBO; antique 2 row Bermuda Sprigger, make offer, 405-452-3094.


Seven Hi-Cap mags for s/w models with "59" in model number, also fits Marlin model 9 camp rifle, $20 ea., 405-964- 4141.


Refrigerator, freezer, washer and dryer, cook stove, dish- washer, freezer, 9.5 hp boat motor w/tank, 16' tandem-axle, all steel utility trailer, 405-273- 7874.


Seam tank BT34 Lair Liquide, very nice, $500, 405-641-4585. Kenmore portable washer and dryer, $200/pair, firm; electric


rocker, recliner, new, $275, 918- 667-3656.


Hundreds of books, 50 to 200, 4 bicycles $25 for all; G. E. Spectra free standing range, $50, 405-275-3363.


FOUND - Family Bible with names - Coffman, Mancil, Mar- tin, Holland, Johnson, appears to be a birthday gift to Lana Joan Mancil, 405-279-2160.


Two Seedoos and trailer, as is, $2,50 OBO; factory-made wooden I-beams, worth $3,500, will take $1,500, 405-301-0945.


Collie puppies to good homes, $35 ea. or 2 for $60; lot of fur- niture, tables, recliners, paddle boat, wood panels, cement blocks, car hauler, pickup rack, 918-866-2468.


Will pay someone who sells items on the Internet and help with information in getting your Indian card, 878-6697.


Cedar tree clearing, $85; hay hauling, $4; brush mowing, $40; driveway leveling, general tractor or skid steer work, 405- 642-9356.


Rent a reliable dump truck service by the day, week, or month, hauls 12 cu. yards/15 tons, $600 per 8-hour day, 405- 279-3410.


Antique ice tongs, $25 ea.; Antique auto screw jacks, $35 ea.; antique waffle iron, $25, 405-659-5047.


Quality and honest builder in Bethel, Dale, Tecumseh, and McLoud areas, can build on your land or ours, contact Fuzzy and Janet at Custom Homes, 405-641-9958.


Compost, cow manure, or garden-ready soil, $50 small pickup load, will load your vehicle, off 3600 and south of 99A, 405-683-9128.


Double-Pane Windows Keep the Hot Sun Out


A lot of the cool air your a/c blasts into your home in the summer winds up outdoors because your windows let it escape.


If you live in an older home, it prob- ably has single-pane windows. In fact, most U.S. homes do, and those windows also are letting the heat in during the sum- mertime, forcing your air conditioner to work overtime.


If you want to replace your windows,


get double-pane models, and keep R-value top of mind. The R-value is a measure of how much heat can get through the win- dow in an hour. Windows with a high R- value allow less heat to enter your home. The greater the R-value, the greater your energy savings will be. And look for the Energy Star label, which means the window meets strict energy-efficiency standards. If you are building a new home, installing energy-ef- ficient windows might save you money by allowing you to purchase a smaller heater or air conditioner.


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