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God Bless America
Chisholm Trail Community News
May 1, 2019
Any questions call Countryside Veterinary
580-537-2324
Everyone Welcome!
Countryside Veterinary
Spring Rabies Clinic!
May 4th 10am - 2pm
LOCATED: CLAUD GILL ARENA
Homes for Rent
Duncan Home Real Estate
580-255-1880
* Equal Housing Opportunity
1313 West Ash, Ste. 101, Duncan, OK
All lease terms are one year.
2 Bedroom 1 Bath,
House for Rent
611 North 17th St. Duncan
Rent $475 Deposit $325
2 Bedroom 1 Bath,
House for Rent
713 West Elm, Duncan
Rent $375 Deposit $325
(580)
251-0523
Lynn Parr
Broker
(580)
467-3773
Dale Evans
SalesAssociate
For
Sales
Appraisals
Rentals
1402 N. Grand Duncan, OK
BRIDGES AUCTION & SALES CO.
(580) 492-5260
bridgesauction.com
Fri. May 17 - 12 Noon
951 Rocky Ford Way - Rush Springs, OK
(From Jct. 17 & 81, go 5 N, ½ E, Signs Posted)
Auction Preview: Sunday, May 5 - 2 to 4 PM
Offering 171 Ac. +/- Total and in (4) Tracts
TRACT #1:
Beautiful 4000 sq. ft. +/- 2 story home, 3 car ga-
rage, pool & pool house all on approx.. 17 ac. Fantastic hilltop
view! Only one like it in the area!
TRACT #2:
2698 Sq. ft. +/- ranch style home w/large trees on
4 Ac. +/-.
TRACT #3:
Great building site on 17 Ac. +/- w/barn, corral,
elec. & water well.
TRACT #4:
133 Ac. +/- Farm & Ranch land. All located on oil
& chip road, short drive to Chickasha or Duncan.
Come and bid on (1) Tract or any combination. View web for
terms, pictures & details or call Auction Co.
REAL ESTATE AUCTION
Billy 591-2719 Kelly 695-5420 Jason 695-6692
HAMMOND
Veterinary
Hospital
Jeff Hammond, D.V.M.
118 N McKinley Rd.
Marlow
580-658-7300
Large & Small Animal Clinic
House For Sale Twelve
Rooms, two bathrooms, two
kitchens, corner lot, good
plumbing & electrical, needs
painting $20,000. OBO 467-
2593
18p
Building For Lease Former
Allstate building Hwy 81 &
Plato Rd. 32x40 building.
255-5335 560-4380 17- 18p
Nice 3 Bedroom 1 Bath
Frame home, corner lot,
picket fence, CHA, good lo-
cation, near school & shop-
ping areas.470-5678.17- 18C
For Sale: 160 (
mol)
Acres
$2100. Per Acre, 4 miles west
& 3 miles north from blink-
ing light at Rush Springs.
Jim Allen
Real Estate 580-
656-3769
18-22C
2017 Clayton Single Wide
Mobile Home. Brought
new! 18x76=1368 sq.ft.
3bed, 2bath, Everything is
New! $50,000 OBO. Must
be moved!! Seller will pay
$2000. on moving cost Call
Gary for details & direc-
tions. 405-702-3037 18-26p
Cash Offer For Land And
Houses in Stephens County,
Bill Speegle, Broker. 255-
9060 18-22C
204 Lakewood Brick 3
bed-
room, 2 bath, 2 car garage,
CHA, covered patio, fenced
yard, $695. month, 595-
0531
18p
Courtyard
Condos
Now Leasing
Come join the
Courtyard Family/
Sr. Living Beautiful
Grounds, Gazebos,
Pool, Shelter.
The best neighbors ever!
Jim Allen Real Estate
580-252-7425
580-656-3769
Home is Where the
Heart
Is
OWNER SAYS SELL!
Price Reduced
$35,000
The Greens Apartments,
now leasing 1 and 2 bed-
rooms. Call for more in-
formation, 252-0592. 421
South 27th, Duncan. 18-
26C
1304 1/2 W. Elm 2 Bed-
room apartment, large back
yard, $470. month. 467-
2562
18p
Get Ticked off
by Jamie Battiest
 April showers brings May flowers and with all the of the beautiful vegetation comes some unpleasant visi-
tors: ticks, fleas, mosquitoes and more. According to the CDC tick-borne illness has tripled
since the late 1990s. There were 59,349 reported cases of tick caused illnesses in 2017, up
from 48,610 in 2016. Many people may have Lyme or other tick bite diseases and be
completely unaware because the symptoms can be obscure. Lyme is known as the
“Great Imitator.” It can be misdiagnosed as cancer, Crohn’s disease, chronic fatigue
syndrome, fibromyalgia, Hashimotos, lupus, multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid
arthritis or many other illnesses that may seem to fit your symptoms. It can
even be mistaken as mental illness. The reason for common misdiagnosis is that the
bacteria which causes Lyme attacks multiple areas of the body.
 Unfortunately, if it’s not accurately diagnosed, proper treatment will be delayed and this
leads to progression of the disease which in turn causes the patient to suffer and possibly face
Chronic Lyme Disease for many years.
 Other tick-borne illnesses include Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, Anaplasmosis, Babesiosis, Ehrlichiosis,
Powassan Virus Disease, Borrelia miyamotoi Disease, Borrelia mayonii Disease, and Tularemia
 May is Lyme Disease Awareness month. Our local community will be kicking off the month with the
TICKED OFF AT LYME Golf tournament on May 3rd at the Duncan Golf and Tennis Club. This tournament
is a fund raiser for tick borne illness and proceeds raised will go to the Global Lyme Alliance Organization.
After losing her husband to the results of a tick-borne illness , local resident Bandy Sanders founded a schol-
arship fund in his honor and to help raise awareness about such diseases.
 The TICKED OFF AT LYME tournament begins with a golfer luncheon at 11:30. Tee off is at 1:00 and
there will be 34 teams participating in the 4 man scramble. Three flight winners will receive $500 each.
There is a putting contest and the winner will receive a scotty cameron putter. There will also be a $50,000
prize for the lucky hole-in-1 winner! Some of the other fun games available for participation include chipping
for charity $100 prize and Longest Drive $100 prize.  
 Anyone wanting to participate in this fund raiser by sponsoring a hole may do so by contacting bandys-
or at (580) 467-6477.
 Lyme and other tick-borne diseases are not to be taken lightly. Take preventative measures by caring for
your pets, keeping your grass trimmed, and educating yourself about signs & symptoms. Learn more at www.
aldf.com/lyme-disease.
These Business want you to be tick aware
National Day of Prayer
 The theme for the 2019 National Day of Prayer on
May 2, 2019 is Love One Another. The theme comes
from the words of Jesus in John 13:34, “Love one
another. Just as I have loved you.”
 Duncan Mayor, Ritchie Dennington and the Dun-
can Chamber of Commerce is hosting a local Day of
Prayer designed as a time of prayer for our city, state
and nation. The event will be held at the Simmons
Center at 7:30 am on Thursday May 2. Sponsor-
ships are available for tables or individual tickets are
$15.00
  The National Day of Prayer was created in 1952
by a joint resolution of Congress, and signed into
law by President Harry S. Truman. In 1988, the law
was unanimously amended by both the House and
the Senate and signed into law by President Ronald
Reagan on Thursday, May 5, 1988, designating the
first Thursday of May as a day of national prayer.
Every president since 1952 has signed a National Day
of Prayer proclamation.
 Our hope is that individuals, churches, and spiritual
leaders in America, will humble ourselves and unify
in prevailing prayer for the next great move of God
in America. We can come together in clear agreement
that this is our greatest need. We can become a visible
union, standing together in prayer. We can pray more
than ever before, and practice extraordinary prayer
for the next great move of God in America that will
catapult the message of the gospel nationally and
internationally.
 “There is no great movement of God that has ever
occurred that does not begin with the extraordinary
prayer of God’s people.” Dr. Ronnie Floyd
1,2,3 5,6,7,8
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