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Page 7 We Believe in Oklahoma WWW.CHISHOLMTRAILNEWS.COM Chisholm Trail Community News January 8, 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. CLASSIFIEDS (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 a i l@Ch i sho lmt r a i l news . c m 3pm 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 CLASSIFIED (Word Ads) Personal 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 a i l@Ch i sho lmt r a i l news . com 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 and/or Other Products are Considered Business, Business Rates 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 2004 Ford Expedition XLT AdvanceTrac, 5.4L Triton, 125k. Very nice ride. $5,750 Call 405-990-7449 Price Reduced! MORRISON, TOMMY DWANE, Velma: 1. DOMESTIC ASSAULT AND BATTERY BY STRANGULATION; 2. DOMESTIC ABUSE-ASSAULT & BATTERY BUTLER, JERRY CLIFFORD, Duncan: POSSESSION OF FIREARM AFTER FELONY CONVICTION ROBINSON, CHAD LYNN, Marlow: 1. DRIVING A MOTOR VEHICLE UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF ALCOHOL 2ND & SUB; 2. TRANSPORT- ING OPEN CONTAINER OF ALCOHOL; 3. DRIVING WITH LICENSE REVOKED; 4. FAILURE TO MAINTAIN SECURITY DROUGHON, MADELINE MARLINE, Duncan: 1. ENDANGERING OTH- ERS WHILE ELUDING POLICE OFFICER; 2. ASSAULT AND BATTERY ON POLICE OFFICER; 3. POSSESSION OF STOLEN VEHICLE; 4. DRIV- ING A MOTOR VEHICLE WHILE UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF DRUGS; 5. DESTROYING EVIDENCE HULEN, STEPHEN TREAVOR, Marlow: BURGLARY IN THE FIRST DEGREE HERRERA, JONATHAN JULIAN, Winters, TX: 1. POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED DANGEROUS SUBSTANCE W/INTENT TO DISTRI.; 2. UNLAWFUL POSSESSION OF DRUG PARAPHERNALIA; 3. TRANSPORT- ING OPEN CONTAINER GONZALEZ, RAMIRO FABIAN, Duncan: 1. ASSAULT & BATTERY WITH A DANGEROUS WEAPON; 2. BURGLARY IN THE FIRST DEGREE Marriage License Applications CORLEY, RONALD EDWARD and MILLER, DARLENE G, both of Duncan WILSON, BENNY WILLIAM, Mar- low and WITTE, PAMELA JOY, Tulsa CULP, JEFFERY DEAN and HER- NANDEZ, TRICIA DEEANN, both of Duncan WOODS, GARY MACK, Coman- che and SEVIER, JANA MARIA, Walters Divorce Filings NAPIER, TANYA DENISE vs. NA- PIER, HUNTER WAYNE ZGLESZEWSKI, STEFANIE DIANE vs. ZGLESZEWSKI, MICHAEL DOUGLAS OYSTER, CHRISTY RENEE vs. OYSTER, GEORGE LLOYD GOBLE, JANNA MARIE vs. GOBLE II, GORDON LEE GIBBON, LARAMIE FLINT vs. GIBBON, JESSICA DENISE DRH Team pushes United Way over halfway to goal  United Way of Stephens County has hit the 65% mark thanks to the generous team members of Dun- can Regional Hospital (DRH).  It all started with the annual chili cook-off and con- tinued with the employee pledge drive; this year they have helped pushed us toward our goal of $325,000.  “The DRH team raised over $52,000 for this year’s United Way Campaign. I am truly proud of our team’s internal fundraising efforts. This represents a fantastic commitment to improving lives through- out our community.” said LeAnn McCord campaign coordinator for DRH.  Patty Wininger co-chairman of the campaign added “As a former employee of DRH, I am so happy for the success. They truly understand the need and work of the United Way. I encourage everyone to get in- volved and make a difference as 99% of funds raised stay in Stephens County.”  Funds raised will support our 14 partner agencies that include CASA of Southwest Oklahoma, Chris- tians Concerned, Douglass East Side Senior Citizens Center, Duncan Area Literacy Council, Duncan Com- munity Residence, Duncan Senior Citizens Center, Gabriel’s House, Girls Scouts, HeartLine 2-1-1, Legal Aid Services, Marie Detty Youth & Family Services, Marlow Samaritans, Safe Center and Velma Senior Citizens Center.  Contributions can be dropped off at its office at 12 S. 8th St., Suite 9 in Duncan or mailed to P.O. Box 1632, Duncan, OK 73534, by phone (580) 255-3648 or simply go online and make a donation at www. unitedwyaofsc.org. NOTICE: All Phone Numbers are 580 Area Code Unless Otherwise Glass Front Wood Stove with pipe, $300. 736-3349 02p I Buy Certain Riding Lawn mowers, chain saws, big wheel push weedeaters. Working or not. 656-7986 02p Poppy Trail (grape design) by Matlex 12 place settings, canister set, bowels, gravy bowls, & meat plates. Beauty shop equipment, dyer, stool, column of drawers, mat 3’x5’. Blacksilk antique rug 5’x6’.252-1313 02-03p 30” Glass Top Electric Range like new, $200. OBO 467-3517 02p For Sale 250 Gal. Propane Tank with 100 Gal. propane, $475. cash 467-4050 Duncan OK. 02p HAPPY NEW YEAR We can help with your new projects for 2020! New paint colors, color changing ceiling paint, polyurethane with stain, preformed countertops for kitchen and bath vanities. DUNCAN BUILDERS SUPPLY 116 NORTH 7TH 255-6409 02- 05C 2004 Ford Expedition XLT AdvanceTrac, 5.4L Triton, 125k miles. Very nice ride. Call 405-990-7449. 02nc 2009 Honda Goldwing less than 10,000 miles, factory navigation & satellite radio, extra windshield and pipes, luggage trailer available. Priced to sell! 656-5011 467- 8370 02nc Special Sale Window treatments 10% off your choice of product. Village Designs And Blinds. Free Estimates 467-3662 02C For Sale: Peavy KB-400 Keyboard amp, $350 obo. Peavy Valve King 112 tube guitar amp, $300 obo. Peavy Delta Blues tube guitar amp with 15” speaker, $400 obo. Crate Acoustic guitar amp, $50 obo. Dan electro small bass amp, $50 obo. 405- 320-0055. 02nc Boles Carpet Cleaning 252- 2784 01-05C McCollum Automotive 116 West Main. A Buy Here Pay Here Car Lot! We do not check your credit! All you need is a down payment, source of income, proof of residency, WAC. 786-4838 02C Buy & Sell, Silver & Gold coins. For Sale comic books, collectors Cokes, sports cards, Collector DOLLS, Hot Wheels, pocket knives, pennies. 9 South 9th 475- 5132 01-05p ABC Power Chair & Scooter Repair. We buy dead power chairs & scooters. We sell refurbished chairs & scooters. 580-222-5735 580- 222-6033 02p 2018 Ford Explorer Limited, 23,000 miles leather navagation, loaded Hunt Motor Co. 812 N Hwy 81, Duncan OK 73533, 255- 7071 656-4464 656-7262 02C 2017 Chevy Tahoe LT 46,000 miles one owner, leather, navagation, loaded Hunt Motor Co. 812 N Hwy 81, Duncan OK 73533, 255- 7071 656-4464 656-7262 02C 2014 Ford F150 Crew Cab One owner 10,000 miles. Hunt Motor Co. 812 N Hwy 81, Duncan OK 73533, 255- 7071 656-4464 656-7262 02C Round Bales Some Bermuda, some mixed, fertilized, no weeds. Call Larry 252-3819 467-2003 02-03p Large Dog House, Nice $20. L A. Jones 2106 Country Club 656-1772 02p I Do Hemming! Jeans, pants, dresses. $8.00 an item. 475-0033 02-04p Machine Quilting Any Size $55. All work guaranteed, several years experience. 606-3001 02C I Buy Old Marbles. Please Call or text 695-1276 All messages will be answered. Top Dollar Paid! 01-05p 2010 GMC Terrain SLT SUV, V-6 with 6 speed transmission, fully loaded, leather, heated seats, tow package, luggage rack, 18 inch wheels, newer tires, power seat, electric windows, sunroof, stereo with satelite, back up camera, GPS, bluetooth, 20+ mpg, high mileage, professionally maintained, daily driver, non smoker. If you need a family car with comfort features this is it. You will love this car. Call Wayne at 405-320-1539 to see, drive or learn more. Priced under book. 02nc Primary Voting in Oklahoma  Every odd-numbered year, recognized political parties in Oklahoma are required to notify the Sec- retary of the State Election Board whether or not the party will allow registered Independents to vote in its primary elections.  State Election Board Secretary Paul Ziriax an- nounced today that he has been notified by the Oklahoma Democratic Party that it will allow Inde- pendents to vote in its primaries in 2020-2021.  The Oklahoma Republican Party and Oklahoma Libertarian Party have notified Secretary Ziriax that they will close the r primaries to Independent voters.  “This means, there is no change for unaffiliated voters in 2020. As h s been the case for the past two years, Independent voters may continue to vote in Democratic Party primaries, but not in Republican r Libertarian primaries,” Ziriax said.  Oklahoma is a closed primary state, meaning only registered voters affiliated with a recognized politi- cal party may vote in that party’s primary elections. However, state law gives recognized parties the op- tion to open its primaries to registered Independents by notifying the Secretary of the State Election Board between November 1 and November 30 prior to the election year. The Democratic Party notified the Elec- tion Board of its decision before the deadline, which extended the deadline to December 15 for the other r cognized parties.  Vote s can confirm their party affiliation or make changes to their voter registration online using the OK Voter Portal at: elections.ok.gov/OVP.  Secretary Ziriax reminded voters that state law prohibits changes in party affiliation from April 1 through August 31 of even-numbered years. Party changes submitted dur- ing this time period are processed and activated on September 1.  For more information on elections in Oklaho- ma, visit our website at: elections.ok.gov. “A leader, once convinced a particular course of ac- tion is the right one, must have the determination to stick with it and be un- daunted when the going gets rough.” —Ronald Reagan Sunshine “A friend is someone who understands your past, believes in your fu- ture, and accepts you just the way you are.” CLASSIFIEDS 255-2428

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