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God Bless America
Chisholm Trail Community News
May 1, 2019
Jobs - Careers - Employment Opportunities
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:
• 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
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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
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
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:
• 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
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CLASSIF ED
(Word Ads)
Pe sonal Cla
$6.00 for up to
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 dditional word
Note: Breeding Animals are Categorized
as Business/Commercial
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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, Busin ss Rate Apply)
Mail or Bring Your
N. 81), Duncan.
Call: 580-2
NOW HIRING
• Diesel Mechanics
• Work Over Rig Hands
• Class A CDL drivers
with tanker endorsements.
Competitive pay, vacation
and benefits available.
Apply in person at
Advantage Oilfield Services
14272 E CR 1558
Lindsay, OK 73052
Clinic
Openings
Duncan Regional
Hospital
&
Solutions
Practice
Management
are currently seeking
full-time
dedicated
professionals for our
local clinics.
Individuals inter-
ested in a fast paced
atmosphere with
multiple providers
are encouraged to
apply!
LPN
LPN/MA
Patient
Experience Rep
Excellent benefits package
and salaries commensurate
with experience!
To apply contact:
Human Resources
Phone: (580) 251-8595
Fax: (580) 251-8829
To apply online visit:
Branch Out Tree Service. Jobs large or small
we do them all! Trimming, chipping, grinding, re-
moval. Free estimates, experienced & insured.
580-678-9737
18-25C
CARPET CLEANING: Only $30 a
room, 2 ROOM
minimum. Call Boles Carpet Cleaning. 580-252-2784.
18C
ROGERS METAL HOMES AND BUILDINGS.
Metal
Homes built complete . Free es-
timates on any size metal or wood
building or home. Over 25 years experience.
30x40x10, 8 ft x 8 ft door and 3 ft walk-in door, start-
ing at $22,000. Subject to city codes and ground
surface. Carport specials, metal roofs and sheet
metal fence installed. Professionals in all areas.
Rogersmetalbuildings.com 580-512-9609. licensed,
Bonded, Certified & Insured
18C
HOUSE LEVELING: Common Signs
of foundATION
failure are cracks in sheetrock, unlevel floors, door
dragging or sticking. We specialize in pier & beam
house leveling. D&H Construction. Free Estimates!
580-470-5678.
18-22C
T C Lawn N Construction, painting,
carpentry, clean-ups, handyman services and more.
Call 736-3252 or 736-8313
18C
B&K Tree service Inc: Tree
trimming, tree
removal & stump grinding. Free estimates! Insured,
20 years experience. Robert Griffith. (580)222-3434
18C
STEPHENS ROOFING & CONSTRUCTION 580-251-
0088.
We Fix Leaks and House Problems No One Else
will! Roofing, Siding, Remodeling, Free Estimates,
Licensed, Insured since 1966. 18-22C
THE FINISHING TOUCH: Interior
painting,
texturing, acoustic & wallpaper removal. References.
Free estimates. Call Elaine Carnahan, Christa Fields
580-606-9220 18-22C
A&A REMODELING, DRYWALL, AND TEXTURE,
Car-
pet, tile, paint roofing.
580-656-2200
18-22C
D&H CONSTRUCTION: All Types
of construc-
tion, metal buildings, fencing & concrete work &
remodeling. Also tree trimming & removal. Free es-
timates! 580-470-5678.
18-22C
Legal Document preparation & typing ser-
vice.
Divorces, wills, power of attorney, leases,
rental agreements, contracts, etc. Divorces no chil-
dren $50. Please call This-n-That Pro Services 580-
736-1401
17-18C
Stogsdill Lawn care. mowing, weedeating,
trim hedges, edging. All lawn care needs. Call for
free estimate. 580-736-8844 17-20C
FINE FINISHES INTERIOR/EXTERIOR painting, faux
finishes, staining, texture matching, popcorn re-
moval, window glazing, etc. Commercial & residen-
tial, free estimates. References, 10+ years experi-
ence. 580-230-5808 17-22C
CLASS I F I ED
Professionals
Call
580-255-2428
Place
An Ad
Hire a Professional ... Get it done right!
Up to 20 words for $12.50. Additional wording 40¢
each word over 20. Deadline is 1:00 pm Tuesday
Handy Man 736-1765 text
or call.
18p
Tree Man Small Or Tall
In
God & Trump
I trust! Trim-
ming or removal, Experi-
enced, Stephens County, in-
sured. 795-4189 18p
Housekeeping, Residen
tial
Deep thorough clean. Refer-
ences. Lisa Anderson 641-
2925
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H&H Home Improvement;
All your home improve-
ment needs; Interior, ex-
terior painting, drywall,
siding, flooring, etc. Free
Estimates,
Call
Andy
Heavener at 580-736-3831
18-22p
Small
Engine
Repair.
Spring tune up your lawn
mowers, string trimmers,
chainsaws, tillers, blowers,
Pick up and delivery avail-
able. Call or text 817-517-
9671, 50 years experience.
18-22p
WORK
WANTED
 “I want to make sure I make it easy for industry to
do business in Oklahoma.”
 That’s why Governor Kevin Stitt says he signed
Senate Bill 1001 into law on Tuesday.
 The piece of legislation prohibits municipalities
from banning or putting a tax on auxiliary containers
made of materials such as cloth paper, cardboard,
aluminum, glass and yes, plastic.
 The bill was pushed through the House and Senate
after Norman announced plans to put a 5 cent tax on
single use plastic bags.
 “They are not good for the environment. They
blow all over the place. The plastic bags do a lot of
damage to the equipment and that’s gonna drive up
the cost of recycling,” said Lynne Miller, current
Norman Mayor.
 Miller says the money raised from the bag tax
would have gone to educate Normanites on the
dangers they pose to the environment, but both sides
say it’s about more than just plastic bags.
 “I just don’t think that we should be putting laws
and rules on business from 500 municipalities,”said
Stitt.
 “This prevents a patchwork of regulations all
over the state,” said Mike Jackson, Executive VP of
Government & Political Affairs for the State Chamber
of Oklahoma.
 The State Chamber supports the new law, saying
it’s about business efficiency and choice for the
customer.
 “If they want to have a plastic straw or they want
a plastic bag to help carry their groceries at the retail
level, we want to make sure that businesses have that
capability in our state,” said Jackson.
  Opponents of the law say it steps on the toes of
local governments.
 “It takes away the rights we believe cities should
have. There is always a lot of talk about the federal
government staying out of the states business and to
some extent the municipalities feel the same way,”
said Miller.
 The Governor says if there needs to be changes
to plastic laws, there are ways already in place to do
that.
 “I believe in city flexibility. We are all for that,
but you have to have some kind of uniformity of
how you do business from city to city and county to
county throughout our state. If there is anything in
the future that needs to change as far as a state law in
Oklahoma, we can change it through the legislature,”
said Stitt.
Governor bans ban on bags
Audiology & Hearing Aid of Duncan
1206 N. Hwy 81 Chisholm Mall *South Entrance
••Hearing Evaluations: Hearing Aids • All Brands Free Service
••Batteries $3 pkg.
Cynthia Reidenbach - Aid Technician • Matt Campbell M.S.,CCC-A--Audiologist
580-252-9005
In 1999 I was cautioned,
“Do not get into a car
with a stranger.”
In 2009 I was told, “Do
not meet people from the
internet alone.”
In 2019 I am inst ucted
to call UBER ... Isn’t
that ord ring yourself a
stranger from the inter-
net to get into a car with
alone”
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