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Page 7 We Believe in Oklahoma WWW.CHISHOLMTRAILNEWS.COM Chisholm Trail Community News March 18, 2020 HUNT MOTOR CO. I WANT TO BUY your car! We specialize in low mileage! 1 Owner Cars, trucks, and SUV’s. Please call me or come by, Mark Hunt, Hunt Motor Co. Duncan, OK. Office: 580-255-7071 Cell: 580-656-4464 812 N. 81 Hwy CLASSIFIED AD FORM DEADLINE: Tuesday 10am PLACE YOUR AD: Personal CLASSIFIEDS $5.00 - 15 words 15 per word for each additional word NOTE: Breeding animals is automatically categorized as Commercial FREE CLASSIFIED ADS The following scenarios ONLY, qualify as Free and must be limited to 15 words or less. If ad exceeds 15 words, Personal ad rates apply: • Mail or Bring in: 1898 North Hwy. 81, Duncan • Call: 580-255-2428 • Fax: 580-255-2636 • Email: email@chisholmtrailshopper.com • Individual Garage/Yard Sales (residential address) • Items to be given away • Lost & Found • Want to buy (non-commercial) • Item(s) selling under $100 on a “one time” basis One Free Classified Per Customer Per Week Commercial/Real Estate $6.00 - 15 words 25 per word for each additional word Front Page $12.50 - 15 words 25 per word for each additional word 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 Check or Money Order MUST Accompany Order if mailed in. We gladly accept all major credit cards. CLASSIF ED (Word Ads) Pe sonal Classifieds: $6.00 for up to 20 words 30¢ per additional word Business/Commercial/Real Estate $8.00 for up to 20 words 40¢ per additional word Premier Business Column $12.50 for up to 20 words 50¢ per additional word Note: Breeding Animals are Categorized as Business/Commercial em i l@Ch i sho lmt r a i l news . c m 3p CLASSIFIED AD FORM DEADLINE: Tuesday 10am PLACE YOUR AD: Personal CLASSIFIEDS $5.00 - 15 words 15 per word for each additional word NOTE: Breeding animals is automatically categorized as Commercial FREE CLASSIFIED ADS The following scenarios ONLY, qualify as Free and must be limited to 15 words or les s. If ad e xceeds 15 words, Personal ad rates apply: • Mail or Bring in: 1898 North Hwy. 81, Duncan • Call: 580-255-2428 • Fax: 580-255- 636 • Email: email@chisholmtrailshopper.com • Individual Garage/Yard Sales (residential address) • Items to be given away • Lost & Found • Want to buy (non-commercial) • Item(s) selling under $100 on a “one time” basis One Free Classified Per Customer Per Week Commercial/Real Estate $6.00 - 15 words 25 per word for each additional word Front Page $12.50 - 15 words 25 per word for each additional word 1 2 3 4 CLASSIF ED (Word Ads) Pe sonal Cla ssifieds: $6.00 for up to 20 words 30¢ per additional word Business/Commercial/Real Estate $8.00 for up to 20 words 40¢ per additional word Premier Business Column $12.50 for up to 20 words 50¢ per additional word Note: Breeding Animals are Categorized as Business/Commercial i l Ch i sho lmt r a i l news . c 3p Personal Classifieds: $6 up to 20 words, 30¢ per additional word. Business Classifieds: $8 up to 20 words, 40¢ per additional word. (Selling Animals an /or Other Products are Considered Business, Bu in ss Rate Apply) Mail or Bring Your Ad to 3456 North Highway 81 (1898 N. 81), Duncan. Call: 580-2 55-2428 email: ads@chisholmtrailne ws.com The following charges have been filed against these in- dividuals, however they are are presumed innocent until proven guilty. Information from odcr.com COURTHOUSE NEWS M&M Trailer Service, LLC 166494 Heffington Road Marlow, OK 580-658-6510 See Us for All Your Trailer Parts, Hookup & Flooring Needs! HITCHES • Gooseneck • Receiver • 5th Wheel Authorized Dealer • Repairs, Maintenance • Sand Blast & Paint • Brakes, Lights, Wiring • DOT Inspections • Hook-ups / more FLOORING • Shelby X-Lug • Plank • Wood •Tongue & Groove See Our Facebook Page M & M Trailer Service Younce Jr, Kevin Edward Lee; Manslaughter -1st Degree (Hm2) Campbell, Richard Shikief; Assault And/Or Battery On Emergency Medical Technician Yates, Robert Lee; 1. Child Sexual Abuse - Child Under 12; 2. Child Sexual Abuse Marriage License Applications Divorce Filings Lipscomb, Ashley Kay Vs. Lip- scomb, Brance Kale Franklin, Ashley Lynn Vs. Frank- lin, Micah Eugene Michel, James Travis Vs. Mi- chel, Shanda Caylyn Leaser, Lynzee Ann Vs. Leaser, Stephen Christopher Reeves, John Vs. West, Stepha- nie Villagran, Skyler Ann Vs. Espi- nosa-Villagran, Juan Ivan Wortham, Drew Aaron & Feil, Kayla Jo Howard, Jace Wesley & Reagin, Bryanna Hope Sleeker, Tyler Anthony & Ar- nold, Jacobi Diane Wheeler Coberly, Richard Lee & Hall, Amy Salena Baker, Joshua Leland & Ben- ham, Christina Nancyelaine NOTICE: All Phone Numbers are 580 Area Code Unless Otherwise Huge Garage Sale, Yard tools, wood lathe, table saw, other tools, wood crates, furniture. Lots of misc. 2004 W. Birch, Sat. 9-? 12p 1120 Primrose Court Fash- ionable lady & girls clothing & shoes, home decor, furni- ture, Tiny Tikes bicycles. Too much to list. 9am Fri- Sat 12p Plastic Barrels Clean, 55 gallon, solid tops, $8.00 606-0620 12p Moving Sale Furniture collectibles, 4 poster queen bed, extension ladder, gar- den tool shed, well pump & tank. Free cats. 3210 W. Osage Rd. Starts Thursday. 12p 2 Burial Plots Side By Side Resthaven Memorial Gar- dens, Duncan call 656-4659 12p 1977 Glastron Carlson Ski boat, 16’, Evinrude 115 HP motor, fiberglass. $2500. Located in Duncan 262- 613-7957 12p WINTER CLOSE OUT Gas and electric heaters and gas log sets 15% off, Ice scrapers 25% off, Leather winter gloves 14.99 reg 20.99 DUNCAN BUILD- ERS SUPPLY 116 N 7th St. 255-6409 10-13C Boles Carpet Cleaning 252-2784 10-13C Best barns, shops and carports! Exclusive sale, save up to 12% best pric- es, best quality anywhere guaranteed!!! Free delivery and installation, call us to- day Land Pros Real Estate 580.252.3880 or come see our display across from the fairgrounds in Duncan. 12C TREE-B-GONE: Licensed & Insured. Tree Trimming, Tree Removal & Stump Grinding. Excellent Clean Up. Call for free estimate. 580-475-4973 10-18p Interior Exterior Painting, texturing, brocade, staining, tape & bedding, yard main- tenance, tree trimming & re- moval. gutter & flower bed cleaning. Free estimates, 606-3543 658-0535 12p 2009 Honda Goldwing less than 10,000 miles, factory navigation & satellite radio, extra windshield and pipes, luggage trailer available. Make an offer ! 656-5011 467-8370 12nc Buy & Sell, Silver & Gold coins. sports cards, pocket knives, 2000 Buick Park Avenue $2100. collectors Cokes, Collector DOLLS, 9 S. 9th 475-5132 10-13P ABC Power Chair & Scooter Repair. We buy dead power chairs & scoot- ers. We sell refurbished chairs & scooters. 580- 222-5735 580-222-6033 12p For Sale: Peavy KB-400 Keyboard amp, $350 obo. Peavy Valve King 112 tube guitar amp, $300 obo. Peavy Delta Blues tube gui- tar amp with 15” speaker, $400 obo. Crate Acoustic guitar amp, $50 obo. Dan electro small bass amp, $50 obo. 405-320-0055. 12nc VOTE CRIS LANG FOR STEPHENS COUNTY SHERIFF 2020 08-26C Americam Bully Pup- pies available Easter Day. 6 males, 4 females, parents on site. $400. with $100 de- posit. Beautiful markings. 860-7020 12p Dog Free to Good Home He’s half Chihuahua & Cor- gy. Call 252-5651 for infor- mation. 12p Real Nice Brown Recliner Part Leather, part cloth, like new, $175. 475-6130 12p Machine Quilting Any Size $55. All work guaran- teed, several years experi- ence. 606-3001 12C Free Small 2yr Old Dog Call 467-8671 12p Garage Sale Fri. 3-20-20 Lots of Misc. 2911 Amy Lynn 8-3pm 12p Want to Buy Glass Display case. 656-4055 12p Special Sale Cordless Wo- ven wood blinds, on sale till March 29th. Village Designs And Blinds. Free Estimates 467-3662 11-13p Americans Do Not Trust Self-Driving Cars, Study Finds  A new American Automobile Association survey on automated vehicles reveals that only one in ten drivers (12%) would trust riding in a self-driving car. According to AAA’s press release, even more Ameri- cans – 28% – don’t know how they feel about the technology, signaling consumers are stuck in neutral on the road to accepting self-driving cars. AAA says it believes consumer sentiment of automated vehicles will be driven by tangible information on key issues and, equally important, quality education and experi- ence.  Consumers told AAA that they’d like to see more news stories or public information on key issues sur- rounding self-driving vehicles like safety and liabil- ity:  Six in ten (57%) Americans say they would like to have a clear understanding of who will be legally responsible in the event of a crash with a self-driving vehicle.  Half (51%) are interested about laws to make sure self-driving cars are safe.  Half (49%) want to know how vulnerable they will be to hackers.  Automated vehicles are still decades away from hitting the roads, however AAA says it conducts research like this study and others to help inform and encourage the industry, media and policymakers to find ways to help consumers connect better with advanced vehicle technology.  Attorney General Mike Hunter has joined a brief in support of the National Pork Producers Council and the American Farm Bureau Federation in their lawsuit against the state of California’s Proposition 12 rule that burdens every farmer, rancher and consumer of U.S. agricultural products.  The brief, signed by 15 state attorneys general, says the rule violates the Commerce Clause of the U.S. Constitution by prohibiting the sale of any veal, pork or eggs produced from animals not raised in accordanc with California’s animal-confinement regulations, regardless of where those animals were raised.  The Commerce Clause prohibits state laws that un- duly restrict interstate c mmerce in order to preserve a national market for goods and services.  Attorney General Hunter said Proposition 12 is unconstitutional and of no benefit to anyone in the United States.  “The Constitution does not allo California to Attorney General Hunter Files Brief Opposing California’s Restrictive Livestock Regulations mandate nationwide policy on how to raise live- stock,” Attorney General Hunter said. “For farmers and ranchers to comply would be a major financial burden for Oklahoma producers that would translate into significantly higher prices at the grocery store. Growing up on a wheat and cattle farm in Garfield County, I understand the extremely difficult condi- tions our farmers and ranchers already face. Adding more red tape, like California’s Proposition 12, would make this way of life next to impossible. That is why I am pleased to stand with my attorneys general col- leagues and Oklahoma agriculture producers against this law.”  According to the National Agriculture Statistics Service, Oklahoma has over 77,000 active farms. Many of these operations export their products around the country and world, meaning they would be directly harmed as a result of California’s Proposi- tion 12.  Attorney General Hunter has consistently pushed back when California attempted to circumvent the Con- stitution in ways that would hurt Oklahoma’s agriculture industry. In 2017, he joined 12 other attorneys general in ral- lying against sweeping California hatchery regu- lations. Earlier this year, he also signed another brief similar to today’s, in support of the North American Meat Institute.  In addition to Oklaho- ma, the following states signed this week’s brief: Alabama, Arkansas, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Missouri, Nebraska, Ohio, South Carolina, South Dakota, Texas, Utah and West Virginia. Drinking and Driving  As you well know, some of us have been known to have had brushes with the authorities on our way home from the odd new years social session over the years.  A couple of nights ago, I was out for a few drinks with some friends and had a few too many beers and some rather nice bourbon.  Knowing full well I may have been slightly over the limit, I did something I’ve never done before - I decided I would take a bus or a taxi home.  I had not taken a bus since high school so I decided to take a taxi. I arrived back safely and without incident.    If you do this, park it on the next street over because the police will block off your street for hours when they come to get the taxi. Classifieds 580-255-2428

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