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FEED & SEED GRAIN & HAY 3-Twine Clean Dairy Quality Alf Alfa, & Horse Quality Grassy Alf Alfa, $210 per ton.

Ammunition Shell Brass Reloading Supplies HDTRBCH POKER RIDE/HIKE Join the High Desert Trail Riders for their annual Membership Drive / Picnic PLUS Poker Ride / Hike in the beautiful Fort Klamath Forests! Saturday, September 12th Please email: vcbtrees@gmail.com for more information, or look for us on Facebook.

RIDING LESSONS, 2554 Rush Avenue Malin, OR 97632 www.malinmorgans.com Nancy@hazelwoodts.com 541-281-7857

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Wheat and/or barley 50 pound bags, $8 each. 530-664-2771

HORSES & TACK FOR SALE: Gentle fourteen year old Thoroughbred-Quarter horse cross mare. Good riding type horse. $800. 541-539-5744

Never leave a child or an animal in an unattended vehicle. A friendly reminder from The Nickel.

541-891-7600 DROP CAMPS for elk and deer. Hunting Idaho Units 15, 16A, 19 and 20. From 9/15 to 11/11 with Silver Spur Outfitters & Lodge. For information, 208-842-2417. www.silverspurlodge.com.

SPECIAL: Chiappa Little Badger .17hmr or .22lr $225+$10

Grass hay, $130-$160 a ton. Bonanza 541-281-1750 541-545-6588

Tritacale Hay – 3 String Bales Grain hay cross (wheat & rye). Excellent livestock feed. $153 per Ton $8.50 per Bale

Firearms

Buying & Selling Used Guns, Ammunition, Reloading Equipment & Supplies, Knives, Holsters, Etc.

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Nice Grass Hay – 3 String Bales $200 per Ton $10. per Bale

Reloading Equipment

After 5 pm phone number: 541-591-2552.

Feeder Alf Alfa, $165 per ton.

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COMPUTERS & ELECTRONICS Full Computer Service for more than 15 years in the Klamath Basin Most Trojan and/ or Virus removal, $40 CSI Computers 4755 Shasta Way 541-892-1087 Larry

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Tuesday – Friday 10AM – 6PM *Closed For Lunch* 1PM – 1:30PM Saturday 10AM - 4PM PHONE: 541-891-5911 EMAIL: thegunstore@charter.net

Corner of 3rd & Main St. 239 Main St. Klamath Falls

CENTRAL OREGON'S LARGEST GUN & KNIFE SHOW Redmond Fairgrounds Saturday, September 5 9 am – 5 pm & Sunday, September 6 9 am – 3 pm Admission $6 per day 12 and under free with adult For more information contact 503-363-9564 or wesknodelgunshows.com BROWNING 338 WIN MAG STAINLESS MUZZLE BREAK SCOPE RINGS GLASS BEDDED PLUS 50 ROUNDS $800 541-884-6488


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Now In Stock – Bear Creek Moly Coated Bullets Laser-cast Lead Bullets Berry's Plated Bullets Brass Tumblers and Walnut Media. Buy and Sell Reloading Dies and Equipment. Bill's Upholstery 4755 Shasta Way 541-882-9491

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Dry, $150 per cord split and delivered.

2-Piece China Hutch, 72” Length, 70” High, 19” Deep, Excellent Condition, $375, Merrill, 541-892-7886 or 541-798-5706.

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MISCELLANEOUS •14” color TV, good condition, $20 obo. •Sewing machine in case, missing 1 part, reduced to $25. 541-884-9975 leave message. 3 Antique Dressers, Call For Details, 541-882-4842.

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11 ½ Ton Brave Hydraulic Wood Splitter, Works Great, $500 Cash OR Will Trade for 2-Cords of Good, Split Lodge Pole Firewood & $250 Cash

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If You Have Any Questions or Need Directions, Please Call

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SLEEP UP OFF THE GROUND WHEN CAMPING!!! New Camp Cot, Never Used, Paid $80 New, Will Sell For $60 Cash, Call 541-205-3993.

Fire season is in full effect this summer. Please be careful.

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195 East Main Street • 541-273-7553 www.KeepersCorner.net • Open Mon-Sat 10am-6pm

541-883-2292. 4 wheel adult SCOOTER Liteway by Golden Technologies Works great, includes extra batteries, charger, more. $600 541-884-6488

4-piece white wicker set, indoor / outdoor, love seat, 2 chairs w/ arms & 1 round table, 541-884-8560.

FOR SALE: New 20x60x60 Redfield Spotting Scope, Paid $200, Will Sell for $150 Craftsman Table Saw, $100 OBO 3-Gal. Air Compressor, $50 541-281-8851. Ladies my closet is an outlet store. 60 pairs of Nike, casual and boots. They need to walk out of my house. Variety of colors. Some new, size 6 1/27, $5-$20. 541-539-9300

We only charge for the things you ask us to provide We GUARANTEE the Lowest Funeral and Cremation Prices in the Klamath Basin, or we will

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Hildebrand Threshing Bee Saturday, September 5 9am-4pm Sunday, September 6 9am-3pm Sunday Morning Church Service With Pastor Dave Anderson at 8:00am

• Gas Engines in Operation • Antique Machinery • Classic Tractors • Antique Binding and Threshing • Steam Tractors • Tractor Parade • Grain Grinding • Dragsaws • Silent Auction • Tractor Pulls

FREE ADMISSION | Food from our country kitchen! Breakfast starts at 8:00 am FREE DRY CAMPING FOR EXHIBITORS! Local vendors selling their wares Location: Bodnar’s Chimney Rock Ranch, 22 miles east of Klamath Falls, Oregon – Hwy 140 East to Bliss Road, turn left and follow signs

For more information, contact Ronn Boehlke • 541-892-5814

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Hildebrand Threshers and Early Day Gas Engine & Tractor Association Branch 21 present

Silent Auction Sat & Sun Bids Close 2:00pm Sun

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•Acme Juicer, $40 •20 ft. Deep Freeze chest, $60. •8 in. Craftsman table with stand, $60. 541-882-9431 Antique Sewing Machine, 1909 Model, $400 OBO, 541-882-4842. Beautiful Antique Entertainment Center, Walnut Wood, Horizontal, Can Be Converted to a Storage Cabinet, $50, 541-884-8560. Beautiful Off-White Fluffy Wool Rug, 5' x 9', $69, 541-884-8560. Sell it now in The Nickel!

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2- Mobility chairs for sale! One brand new. Paid $2,000 asking $1,000 The other is like new-hardly used, asking $500. Both support up to 300 lbs. Interested call or text Elena at 925-437-9319

2701 Foothills Blvd. Inside The Herald & News Building

Stateline RV Park & Storage, 30138 Lower Klamath Lake Road, Tulelake, CA 530-667-4849

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Very old antique babydoll, $10 Antique Roller Skates, $5 541-882-4842.

Used Woodstove Oregon certified Century woodstove. Made in Canada. Good condition. 6" flue. U-Haul. Near Dorris. $250. 530-397-3182. Fotini622@hotmail.com

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Interior/ exterior remodels Car ports/decks etc. Minor electrical Tile Flooring Painting

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Now $1,695

NO Shooting, NO Tests! Carry pistol in 40 states

Regular price $1,749 Built On-Site! No Delivery or Set-Up fee's

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1 WEEKLY CLASS EVERY SATURDAY! ALWAYS 10am-2pm

Custom Built to your SpecsUpgrade from basic Greenhouse with optional- Doors, Ramps, Shelving, Windows, Fans, Roofing or Siding type

Certificates issued at end of each class. WALK-INS WELCOME!

Basic Greenhouse Includes 2x4 at 16” on center Primed Spruce Wood Trim and 26 ga. Steel Trim 4x4 Pressure Treated Runners Standard door for Basic Greenhouses SmartSide T-111 Siding 1 and Corrugated Clear Polycarbonate

CLASS LOCATION 1905 Oregon Avenue Klamath Falls, Oregon Carl 541-884-2828 See Web www.ConcealCarryGunClass.Com

We've moved! 3808 Hwy 39, next to KCC Now accepting credit cards!

$189, New .45 ACP Pistols, Lifetime Warranty, 100% American Made. $179 New .40 S/W Pistols, New .9mm Pistols $179 22 Ammo $7.50/box No Limit

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White Table Lamp w/ Brass Accent, Very Nice, $12, 541-884-8560 / 541-207-2463.

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In Stock Now: • Rock & Republic • Juicy Couture • X2 Quality Jeans • Adriano Goldschmied • Lucky Brand

• For All Mankind • Yunuk • Citizens of Humanity • Banana Republic • Matchstick

Buying Hours Monday-Thursday 11am-1pm

• David Kahn • True Religion • Michael Kors • Joe’s

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PU Box Utility Trailer, $250 (Regularly $2,049) Car Trailer, $1,500 Includes Full Size Mattress & Box 2x4 at 16” on center Springs, $100 7'3” inside truss heighth Grill Guard 96 & Similar 3/4” OSB Flooring Chevy PU, $100 30 year Architectural Case SC Tractor w/ Front Shingles Loaders, $1,500 Primed Spruce Wood Trim Nice! 3 Pt. Blade-$175 Movable with 4x4 PT Not So Nice 3 Pt Blade-$65 Runners Standard door for Basic Wood Heating Stove, Good Sheds One! $150 US SmartSide T-111 Siding EORebuild Stand, $65 Engine N Oregon License #75230 Nice! LLA Kona Speed Boat, Other Sizes available SCE19ft., 460 Jet Drive, $3,850 I Upgrade w/ optional doors, M 7 m/m Mag Rifle w/ Scope, windows, ramps, shelving, $450 roofing, or siding type. Mid 70's 4x4 Scout, $1,500 Now accepting S credit cards. Boat Trailer, 12-14 ft., $150 U Omoved! We've 541-884-9494, E N 3808 Hwy before 7pm. 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PETS & SUPPLIES

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PETS & SUPPLIES

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AKC English Springer Spaniels, parents w/ hunting backgrounds. Born on 07/10/2015 (7 )Males, and (4)Females, ready on 8/28. $800 M $850 F Call 541-480-9848

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APARTMENTS FOR RENT

HOUSES FOR RENT

Charming Loft Apartment in 6-Plex Spacious loft apartment in quiet antique building. Close to town & OIT. Laundry facilities. Water, trash, hot water included. $395. Background check required. Call 541-331-9681

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Clean, secure, downtown studio apartment. $260 - $360 + deposit. Laundry & parking. Water, sewer, garbage and hot water paid. No pets. 2 blocks to Bus, 4 blocks to Amtrak, 9 Blocks to Park, River and Bike trail. Only 5 minutes to OIT Call Mon.-Fri. 9 am-5 pm Hillary 541-591-4043 No calls on Sunday please. Kingswood Apts. 1 Bedroom. Appliances, drapes, patio, etc. 541-883-2986

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Lake Park Towers Accepting applications from qualifying low income seniors. Clean, secure, Smoke-free building. Downtown. Equal Housing Opportunity. 541-882-2335

2 large bedrooms with large closets, 1.5 bath townhouse, fireplace, dishwasher, hookups, garage. Lots of storage space. Nice large yard, trash and sewer paid. Nice neighborhood on bike/walking path. $625/$600. 541-880-0033

3-Bedroom House w/ Guest House, Country Like Setting, Fenced Yard, Gas Heat, Pets Negotiable, Along Bike Path, Near Big Lots, 3704 Cannon Ave., $850 / month, First, Last, Deposit Required 3 - 4 bedrooms 2123 Oak, $800 month COMING SOON: 3 bedroom on Altamont/Onyx $750 month & 3-Bedroom w/ 20'x30' Shop, Large Doors, Fenced Yard, Gas Forced Air Heat, Pets Negotiable, Cross Streets Shasta Way & Kane, $950 month 541-884-3289 or 541-539-8827. Best Times To Call: 8 am – 9 am or 8 pm – 9 pm

DUPLEXES FOR RENT

4520 Bristol Ave. 2 bdrm, 1 bath, $585 + deposit

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Available Immediately! Newer 2-Bedroom House w/ Carport, Fenced Yard, Hook-Ups, Gas & Electric Heat, 2024 Holabird (Cross Streets Are Biehn & Oregon Ave.), $650 / month, NOW $625 / month

Nice 3 bedroom, 2 bath in Southview Central heat and air, 2 car garage. Fenced yard with in-ground sprinklers. $1,050 + deposit. 541-545-1825.

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Water, sewer & garbage pd. Income must meet guidelines. Small pets ok. Non-smoking.

DUPLEXES FOR RENT

Stateline RV Park & Storage, 30138 Lower Klamath Lake Road, Tulelake, CA 530-667-4849

1954 Auburn Street. 1 bedroom downstairs duplex, Off street parking, No pets/No smoking, Water, sewer & trash paid, Laundry facilities on site. $500 + first, last and $250 security deposit. Call 541-884-0501 (evenings)

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MINI-STORAGE 10'x20' and up, $75 per month and up.

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MFG./MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT 1604 Hope St. #4 2 bedroom / 2 bathroom, recent remodel, new kitchen, new vinyl doors & windows, carport, storage shed, fenced back yard, located in small mobile home park in quiet neighborhood. $650 / $650 Call for appointment: 541-783-3915 or 541-281-3690 Due to unforseen circumstances, Summers Lane Estates has two available lots for mobile homes for rent. Ask about our move-in incentive. Homes must be 1995 or newer, double wide. No Rvs. Summers Lane Estates is a 55 or older park with beautifully landscaped lots located in the South Suburbs area of Klamath Falls, Oregon at 3500 Summers Lane. The Park is on City Water. Water, Sewage and Garbage paid. Space is approximately 4,000 Square Feet and will accommodate a large double wide home. If you are interested, please contact Ron Cardin at 541-891-3212.

Manufactured Home For Rent in Merrill 2 bdrm, 1 bath, w/s/g/wifi paid, fenced yard. 1 pet with deposit required. Avail. Now $500 rent + deposit. Call Lee at 360-281-7333 Older mobile home on 1 acre. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, lots of outbuildings, wood heat. 3 miles North of Chiloquin in Woodland Park. Pets negotiable $650 per month + $500. deposit Cell 503-369-6644 or no answer call 503-556-9018

ROOMS FOR RENT

River Park Inn Clean, Quiet & Comfortable We offer nightly & weekly rates starting at: $216 for a single (weekly) & $240 for a double (weekly) *Prices subject to change.

Utilities, WiFi, Dish TV, Fridge, Microwave and 24 hour security included Located at 11 Main Street Klamath Falls, OR 97601 Please call for more information 541-273-0491

MOBILE HOME SPACES

3-Bedroom, 2-Bath Manufactured Home For Sale At Shasta Glen Manufactured Home Park. Nice Split Floorplan, Landscaped Lot, Big Deck, Choose Your Carpet! $39,900 Contract Terms With $6,000 Down Call Toni 541-882-4834 or 541-882-4834.

RV LOTS / SPACES FOR RENT RV Spaces for rent, $290 per month, Includes W/S/G and Free Wifi. Wiseman's Mobile Home Park 6800 South 6th Street 541-891-2269

Quiet Country Living, 5-Miles South of Chiloquin, 3-Bedroom, 1-Bath, $550 / Month, First, Last, + $300 Deposit, Non Smoking, 541-783-3430.

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2 bedroom, 1 bath, gas heat, range, refrigerator, washer & dryer hookups. NO pets, no smoking. 1236 Division $495/$495 541-281-2786

HOUSES FOR RENT

2.6 ACRES OUTSIDE DORRIS, CA Buildable, 215 Growable, 2 - Leveled Sites, Driveway, Large Trees, Southern Exposure, 1 ½ Miles Off Pavement, All Wheel Drive For Steep Rocked Road, Year Round Access, $7,500 CASH or Short Term 530-905-2250.

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Nice 3-Bedroom, 1-Bath Brick House for Sale. Located on a quiet suburban street in a quiet neighborhood. Next to Kiger Stadium, Fairgrounds, Fred Meyer & other shopping. 1,040 sq. ft. with 326 sq. ft. attached garage. Huge 1,600 sq. ft. paved driveway & parking area for your RV & boat. Big fenced backyard for kids, pet, garden. Nice 575 sq. ft. covered patio for the BBQ. & a storage shed. Buy now & save thousands before I hire a realtor! $120,000. See at 1903 Crest Street or Call 541-892-2627. We Will be working on the house through Sunday, 23rd

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HOUSES FOR SALE

OPEN HOUSE! Saturday, September 5th (10 am – 4 pm) & Sunday September 6th (2 pm – 4 pm)

ANNOUNCEMENTS Chrome Wrench Landscaping The new division of Chrome Auto Works Yard Maintenance Creative Landscaping General Cleanup Snow Removal Winterizing Handy Man Repairs Your first mow on us! (first time customers only)

Home For Sale By Owner!

chromewrenchauto.com 541-891-4226

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For Sale: 2 - Bedroom, 1 – Bath Mobile Home with 20x22 Garage with Plumbing, New Roof, Fenced Yard, Thermal Windows, Gas Heat, Sheet Rocked Inside, $65,000 OBO, 541-883-2572 or 541-850-0290.

KEEPERS CORNER BOOTH RENTAL SPECIAL!!

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LARGE CABIN: with lake, fully furnished, well insulated, deck, has 61" TV, generator, canoe, extras, $210,000, 541-7014448.

195 East Main Street Klamath Falls, OR 97601 Phone: 541-273-7553

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BOATS & ACCESSORIES 18 HP Evinrude Short Shaft Outboard, Good Duck Boat Motor, Runs Great, $250, 541-850-2022. 5 HP Johnson Short Shaft Outboard, Great For Small Boat or Inflatable Raft, $200, 541-850-2202.

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Firearms 541-891-7600

WANTED: Military Vehicles, Dead/Parts/Running, World War II Vehicles Preferred. 541-884-3289 (leave message w/ number).

YARD & GARDEN

BURROWING RODENTS? Moles, Gophers, Ground Squirrels

541-331-2404 Commercial • Residential Ranch • Farm • Public Lands gopherbusters@live.com

ATV Utility Trailer, 4' 59” Wide x 12', Like New Tires & Spare, $800 OBO, 541-887-2288. HOME AWAY FROM HOME 2006 Pegasus by Fleetwood 27' bumper pull. Queen bed. Sofa & table make into beds. Nice kitchen area with microwave, range, refrigerator / freezer, pantry. Bath has tub/shower, sink, toilet & closet. Lots of storage throughout. Inside / outside AM / FM / CD players. Outside shower. Air conditioner. TV hookup with rooftop antenna. Slideout. $12,500 OBO, 541-591-8330.

If you’re drowning from financial circumstances or unsecured debts like medical bills, credit card debt or unsecured personal loans,

YOU NEED TO SPEAK WITH AN ATTORNEY. Karen Oakes is an experienced Bankruptcy and Trial Attorney, specializing in Consumer Rights.

Polaris Aluminum Factory Made Snowmobile Trailer w/ Drive On / Drive Off Ramps, Excellent Condition, 541-770-2038.

RV STUFF

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Camco Olympian Wave 6-Catalytic Heater w/ Extras, Used Once, Like New, $295 Thetford Smart Tote 4-Wheel Model 27 Gal., $125 Call 541-539-7490. NO TEXT

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WANTED: Looking To Buy A Used or New Car Dolly w/ Surge Brakes, Call 541-850-8081 or 541-591-6468.

Hobie Mirage Outfitter 2-Person Kayak Like New, Comes with Pedals & Paddles, Also Great Fishing Boat, Asking $1,200, Call Ron, 541-281-3766.

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Display Ad Deadline:

New copy Monday at 5pm, corrections Tuesday, 10am.

Classifieds: DEADLINE Tuesday, 11am. CLASSIFIED ADS: GENERAL MERCHANDISE: $11 for 1 week, $21 for 3 weeks, $36 for 4 weeks. Includes border, B/W photo, 3-50 lines, New Today banner. (Color photo addt’l $3.) DEALS ON WHEELS: 1x3” ad, $15 for 1 week, $28 for 2 weeks. Dealer Deals on Wheels: $20 for 1 week, $33 for 2 weeks. Includes color photo and border.

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Billing: Classified ads must be prepaid. We accept Checks, Cash, Visa and Mastercard. If an ad is not prepaid, the ad will not run. The Nickel cannot issue cash refunds. However a check can be sent to you. If the ad was paid for with a credit card, a refund will be issued to your card. The Nickel cannot guarantee specific page or location placement of any ad. If an error occurs in your classified ad, please notify us immediately. We are responsible for only one incorrect insertion. We will credit your account for the amount of the ad for 1 week only. The Nickel reserves the right to refuse, edit or omit any portion of any ad. We will not be responsible for the authenticity and/or the reliability of any advertisement in this publication.

Klamath Fall’s 7-Day Forecast Aug. 27-Sept. 2

Mike's RV & Eddy's Great Outdoors Parts, Repairs, Storage, Consignments Wanted. We sell your used RV at no cost to you! We can haul to lot. Outside storage $15/mo+ up. Enclosed cargo trailers super sale over 30 new 2016's prices $100 over our cost. Get new trailer for used price while they last. We special order to your specifications. 5x8-$1784.70, 7x14 – $3653 8x16 – $4268.75, 8-1/2 x 20 – $5336.75, 8-1/2 x 22 - $5861.50 Older 14x70 fixer upper, $1995. 24' travel trailer, $1000. Both as is. Live in and pay off like rent. Carports 12x21 start at $795 delivered & set up. 2016 Springdale & Passport Travel Trailers, all season construction plus Passport has all aluminum frame tow to 36' w/ ½ ton. Prices start at $13,995. LEER Canopy Sale, go online leer.com for factory direct discounts & free installation, over $200 savings through 9/8/15. Open quad trailers &car haulers w/ramps, $1099+ up. Try us, you'll like our service & prices and quality product! Carports 12x21 start at $795 delivered/set up. See at Mike Eddy's RV Open 6 days, 8am-6pm Sunday, 10am - 4pm 7350 Southside Bypass 541-273-1111, 281-0146

AUTO PARTS & ACCESSORIES

YARD SALES

HEAVY TRUCKS & EQUIPMENT

Final Moving Sale Thursday, Friday and Saturday, August 27-29 9am-3pm 4611 Frieda Ave Lots of items, furniture, camping gear, and misc.

•8 Foot Diamond Plate Flatbed for sale for $1000. •350 Chevy Four Bolt Main Very low miles. Call 541-883-2610

•8 Foot Diamond Plate Flatbed for sale for $1000. •350 Chevy Four Bolt Main Very low miles. Call 541-883-2610 Boss 20” Wheels With Nexen OFF 207 Mustang 245/40ZR20 Tires, Excellent Shape, $500 or Trade OBO, 541-205-6160. Four 15” Custom Center Line Wheels & Tires, Fits Chevy, $500, 541-851-0570. Full Size Truck Canopy, Sliding Windows, Flip-up Back Window, $150, 541-892-2841. Protech aluminum toolbox for 8 ft. bed. Paid $724. sell for $325. obo. Contact at bradhoward@charter.net or at 541-882-4283. Snug Top for a 1994-2001 Dodge Pickup shortbed with T-300 regular cab, $200. Call 541-783-3430 Transmission 700R4, fresh built, fits BB/SB Chev, $800. 541-851-0570

CARS

ANTIQUE / CLASSIC CARS Vintage tan colored 1961 Cadillac 6 window sedan for sale. Was running when stored. Property has been sold, need to remove from premise. Odometer has 96,000 miles, body is straight. Original hubcaps. Call 530-598-4256.

CARS

FOR SALE!!! 1995 Chevrolet Monte Carlo One owner, well maintained, 150,000 miles, Asking $1300.

541-892-4995 Good buys are good news! Read The Nickel!

Ford F-350 Hitch Prep Package- 5th Wheel/ Gooseneck. Frame Mount For Reese Hitch, New, $390

GARAGE SALE

Call 541-539-7490. NO TEXT

Friday, Sept. 28th (11-6) Saturday, Sept. 29th (11-5) Sunday, Sept. 30th (11-5)

TRUCKS & PICKUPS

12790 Keno Worden Rd. 1-Mile Past Keno School.

77 Dodge ½ ton pick up. 360 engine, runs good, good tires, $3,000 541-884-8703

Garage Sale

SUV / 4 WHEEL DRIVE

Saturday, Aug. 22nd & Sunday, Aug. 23rd 10 am - 5 pm

2003 Mitsubishi Outlander SUV, Very Good Condition, Great in Winter Weather, 4-Cylinder, Automatic, Runs Good, Hankook Winter Tires, $4,750, 541-892-2841.

2378 Hwy. 422, Chiloquin

NICKEL CLASSIFIED HOURS are Monday and Tuesday 8:305, Wednesday 10-2, Thursday 8:30-2, and Friday 10-2.

Tools, Heating & Air Conditioning, Houseware & Misc.

GIANT MOVING SALE IN MERRILL Sat., 8/29 & Sun., 8/30 9 am – 3 pm

434 E. Second St.

Yard Sale Trail

Avon Collectibles, Vintage Schwinn bicycle, Nick Knacks, clothes, bookcases, & way more!

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1937 Painter St . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sat & Sun, 8-4 635 Division . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fri-Sun, 9-? 2042 N . Eldorado . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Thurs-Sat, 8:30-4 430 Addison St . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sat, 8-3

Out of Town

12790 Keno Worden Rd, 1 mile past Keno School . . . . . . . . Fri, 11-6; Sat & Sun, 11-5 2378 Hwy 422, Chiloquin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sat & Sun, 10-5 434 E . Second St, Merrill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sat & Sun, 9-3 4221 Old Midland Rd, corner of S . Spring Lake Rd . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sat, 9-? 36565 Modoc Point Rd . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sat, 9-2

This Week’s Local Forecast

HUGE ESTATE SALE Friday, August 28th Saturday, August 29th 8 am – 3 pm 4336 Sycamore Drive Klamath Falls 90 years of living & collecting! Includes all household furniture, bedding, linens, dishes, cookware, clothing (men's & women's) shoes, games, puzzles, toys, tools, books & more. Huge Yard Sale Saturday and Sunday August 29 & 30. 8am-4pm 1937 Painter St. Bunk beds, toys, holiday, kitchen, appliances, adult clothing, meat smoker, furniture, chest freezer & more.

YARD SALE Friday, August 28 Saturday, August 29 8 am - 4 pm

1330 Carlson Dr. (Moyina Heights)

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635 Division Washer & Dryer, Clothes, iPod, Tools, Bikes, Furniture, Baby Stuff, Bed, Dishes, & Much More!

Riding lawn mower, furniture, and misc household items, baby stroller, swing, bouncer, Bumbo seat and toys, etc. 2 sets of china lots of blue willow collectibles

Saturday only! August 29 9 am - ? Tools, sporting goods, furniture, games, tire chains, x-mas decorations, general household items. Fabric, crosstitch & knitting materials, camping gear, 4 person raft, gardening tools, paper back books and etc. PRE RETIREMENT SALE 430 Addison St., Klamath Falls,

The annual Trash to Treasures Yard Sale sponsored by Agency Lake Neighborhood Watch to support the Chiloquin Ambulance Building Fund, will be held:

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36565 Modoc Point Road Many sellers will be there & will have a wide variety of items for sale. There will be a 50/50 drawing (tickets are $1 each or 6 for $5 ); 50% will go to the ambulance fund & 50% to the winner. For questions or more information contact Jeff at: 1-415-302-1059.

“99” Ford Ranger XLT

YARD SALE

541-882-7780 After 3pm or leave message.

V-6, 4.0, 4x4, automatic. Lots of extras, low miles. ONE OWNER! Asking $6,500 cash only

Saturday, August 29th 8 am – 2 pm

1517 Derby St. (off Shasta Way)

MOVING SALE/ ANTIQUES!

2042 N. Eldorado

Generator, canoes, fishing & hunting, western paperbacks, Louis Lamoure collector series, knottie pine dressers & bookshelf , old table saw, studded snow tires, baseball card collection & many misc. items! No Earlies!

RECYCLE! Find Out Today How You Can Help. NICKEL CLASSIFIED HOURS are Monday and Tuesday 8:305, Wednesday 10-2, Thursday 8:30-2, and Friday 10-2.

Beautiful Car

875 West View (North Hills Area) Name Brand & Designer Women's & Junior's Clothes, Older Washer & Dryer, Decorations, Twin Bed Mattress, Basketball Hoop, Oak Futon & Many Other Household Items.

T he Nicke l s e r ve s A ltur a s, Beatty, Bly, Bonanza, Chemult, Chiloquin, Dairy, Dorris, Fort Klamath, Keno, Lakeview, Macdoel, Malin, Merrill, Midland, Mt. Hebron, Rocky Point, Sprague River, and Tulelake, as well as Klamath Falls.

Quilts, Glassware, Iron Bed / Brass Knobs, Commode, Fiesta, Dolls, Clocks / Shelves, Christmas, Plates, Black Americana, Pictures, Lamps, Toys Burl Table, Brass Impact Sprinklers, 1969 Mustang Wheels / Hubs, Horse Tack, Saddles, Sprayer, Spreader, Wide WW Tires – Like New, Exercise Bike, Kids Skis / Boots, Car Racks, 12' Step Ladder, China Cabinet

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2002 Subaru Forester All wheel drive Manual 5 speed transmission. 30 MPG highway Custom wheels

$3,000 Stock wheels

NO TRADES–MUST SELL!

541-331-5157

Call 541-591-0081

2003 Harley Davidson 100 Year Anniversary Edition. Lots of chrome, Forward controls, Windshield, Saddlebags.

$8,000 firm 541-331-5157

Chapter 7 & 13

Mike Spencer 541-891-9426 *Applies to Bankruptcy Cases filed on or before August 30, 2015 and does not include court costs. I am a debt relief agency. I file Bankruptcy for persons under Federal Bankruptcy laws. Free initial consultation.

29 Ft. 1983 Terry 5th Wheel

$5,250 FIRM

Both vehicles have the 216 motor and 4-speed transmissions. The 49 has the bed, (all steel) and appears to be in process of making a dump bed. This trans also has a power take-off which runs the winch and the Gin Poles. The vehicle is a 3-window. The other is a 50. It is a 5-window with a flatbed on back (needs work). Neither truck has been started because of bad fuel in the tank. Will consider splitting if the right offer is made. $3,800 541-887-9731

Duck Boat 14ft Lowe

Ready To Be Lived In Now! Brand New FridgeGently Used, Very Nice Converted to 220 Electric Water Tank-(35 G) Newly Updated 7-Gal. Propane Tank Registration Current(for 1-year) $900 OBO

30HP Johnson Trailer Custom duck blind, Custom storage boxes, Fish finder $3,200

541-281-2724.

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10% OFF LEGAL FEES*

3.5 V6, Automatic, AC, 142,900 miles, pw, pdl, tilt, cc, ps, new tires, good license and tags. Tan interior, gets great gas mileage, and very fast.

$2,000

Less than 21,000 Barely ridden/garage kept

It Works!

2005 Nissan Altima SE

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If You Love Antiques, Don't Miss This One! Collector Downsizing! Thursday, 9/27 Friday, 9/28 Saturday, 9/29 (8:30 am – 4:00 pm)

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Scent A deer’s first line of defense is its sense of smell, so take every precaution to mask your own scents. A scent eliminator can be used on your clothes to remove any odors except for those present in the surrounding environment. Know how to take advantage of the wind by deciding which way it is blowing and where your game is travelling from before you set up your stand or blind. Pay careful

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Movement A deer does not use its vision as much at its sense of smell and hearing, but it is still a factor that should not be neglected. Even though deer cannot clearly discern colors, they can detect the smallest of movements. Always try and blend into the background in your blind; the secret is to avoid any contrasts. Avoid sudden movements when walking the terrain, and move along the flank of a hillside in order to use the background as camouflage.

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Hunting and camping near water sources Much of eastern Oregon has little water. As a result of this, livestock and wildlife often are dependent on artificial water sources. Additionally Oregon can experience periodic and sometimes severe drought conditions that impact both natural and artificial water sources. Drought can cause difficulties for livestock and wildlife. When some water sources dry up many animals may be forced to migrate long distances to water. This water can either be permanent streams or springs or artificial sites like guzzlers and livestock water cisterns. Drought impacts of reduced food and water are hardest on the young and the females trying to raise them. • Avoid camping at or near waterholes, springs, guzzlers, and other sources of water for wildlife and livestock. • Livestock are constrained by fences and do not have the option of moving to alternative water sources. • Avoid hunting over water sources when that activity keeps livestock and wildlife that waters during daylight hours from obtaining essential water. • Never alter or plug water sources

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Things to bring along on your next fishing trip

Fishing is a beloved pastime for many people. Fans of fishing are often passionate about the sport, and that passion has inspired many novices to try their hand at becoming anglers. Though there is no way to guarantee you will catch a fish the first time out, you are likely to have some fun, especially if you head out to the nearest fishing hole with a fully stocked tackle box. While even first-timers know to bring a fishing pole and some bait along on their trips, there are some additional items to add to a tackle box that might not seem so practical until after your trip.

Bobbers are the items you attach to your fishing line that let you know when fish are taking a bite on your line. Bobbers come in various shapes, but many people are familiar with the red and white round bobbers, which can be easily attached to your line. Round bobbers limit how deep you can cast your line. If you’re looking to cast a line deep, slip bobbers allow you to do just that because they can be slid up and down your line. However, slip bobbers are more difficult to attach to your line than round bobbers, something first-timers might want to keep in mind.

The extras When planning a fishing trip, it never hurts to bring along some extra supplies. Many a maiden fishing trip has been cut short when fishermen realize they did not pack enough line or hooks. Fishing line has a tendency to break, even if you aren’t expecting to reel in many fish. Fishing line can break in the mouth of a fish or on items in the water, so you will almost certainly need some extra line. If your fishing hole is known for difficult conditions, pack some heavier and more durable line that’s less likely to snap. When conditions are more serene, a thin, less visible line should suffice. You should also expect to lose a few hooks on your trip, so pack extra hooks of various sizes. Hooks come in many sizes because fish come in many varieties. You’ll want to have various hooks in your tackle box to handle whichever fish seem to be biting on the day of your trip. When buying your hooks, speak with a store representative and let them know which area you plan to visit. They’re likely to know which fish you’re likely to encounter, and they can help you choose the appropriate hooks. Just remember to bring extras to account for the ones you’re likely to lose.

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Strong current, big fish! Fishing in lakes, ponds, and streams is common practice but have you ever tried fast flowing rivers? It’s an amazing experience, even though conditions can be difficult. There are two ways to fish in rivers, depending on the strength of the current—fly fishing or fishing in pools. These difficult-to-access areas can be very gratifying to exploit, especially because they are often under-fished. Strong currents cause riverbed erosion, so fast flowing rivers usually have some deep pools where the current slows. Don’t neglect such zones, as they create whirlpools that lift and mix many micro-organisms that attract fish. Fishing with a light rod and using lures with sufficient lead is recommended. The farthest corners

of these pools are always worth exploring. Jigging, using lures, or even casting with a simple rig and live bait are all efficient options. Just remember that you should retrieve your lure quickly, as it can easily snag in this type of water. Reduce the risk of snags by keeping your bait off the bottom and plenty of slack in your line. Keep your casts short and frequent, which is just as efficient as casting far from shore. Even if you’re careful, the chances are your line will snag and break anyway. Be prepared to fix your rig quickly and efficiently. Remember, the important thing is to keep casting: the more your line is in the water, the more likely you are to land a prize! Happy fishing!

Fast flowing rivers have pools where big fish gather to feed.

Boating On E10

Good News About Your Fun On The Water (NAPS)—There are over 12 million recreational boats in the United States. If you are a boat owner, it can be smooth sailing if you take care of the motor and follow the proper guidance when it comes to fuel. While many boaters have heard warnings that ethanol cannot be used in boat engines, nothing could be farther from the truth. A 10 percent ethanol mix (E10), which is used in almost all transportation fuel nationwide, can be safely used in marine engines today, including two-stroke engines, four-stroke engines, inboard motors and outboard motors. In fact, a 10 percent ethanol mix has been approved for years by marine engine manufacturers such as Honda, Kawasaki, Mercury Marine, OMC (Johnson/ Evinrude), Pleasurecraft, Tigershark (Artco), Tracker and Yamaha. Boating Experts Agree As Vernon Barfield, former Technical Chairman and Vice President of the National Boat Racing Association, explains, “There is a myth out there that 10 percent ethanol is not good for marine engines, but we have been operating for over 20 years and have not had any issues with it whatsoever… There are absolutely no problems running on 10 percent ethanol.” What About E15? Boaters should remember that although E10 is fine for marine engines, E15 is not approved for use in boats. E15 is approved by the Environmental Protection Agency only for use in flex-fuel vehicles and vehicles model year 2001 and newer. If you have any questions or concerns about what fuel to put in your boat, consult your owner’s manual or contact your engine manufacturer.

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Boosts Octane, Enhances Engine Performance Ethanol is a high-octane fuel additive that gives your engine a boost on the water and helps achieve optimal engine performance. It also helps reduce emissions and keeps lakes and rivers clean for future boating adventures. Proper Maintenance And Care In addition, there are other ways to keep your engine going strong. For example, you should always check the engine before going out on the water for any water contamination and ensure your engine has a tight-fitting cap. Engines respond poorly to water no matter what type of fuel goes into your tank. Also, keep up with routine maintenance and ensure that the boat is properly stored in winter. Learn More Further facts can be found at www. EthanolRFA.org.

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Protect and enjoy public parks

Millions of people visit public parks across North America every year. Nature preserves and natural parks are home to picturesque landscapes, monuments, natural wonders, and abundant wildlife. Visiting parks is a great way to enjoy the beauty of nature and learn something along the way, but such visits also come with a great degree of responsibility. The National Parks Service and The British Columbia Ministry of Environment provide these guidelines to remain good environmental stewards when visiting popular parks and preserves. Know the laws National parks may be protected by federal law that may prohibit or restrict hunting and trapping animals to specific times of year. Wildlife living in parks may become less fearsome of people over time, especially when they grow accustomed to being fed or handled. Many parks prohibit feeding and close interacting with wildlife. Otherwise the animals may lose their hunting or foraging ability, or pose threats to people when the animals rapidly approach for an easy handout. Learn park rules so you’ll know what is acceptable behavior within its borders.

Keep a clean camp Camping and parks often go hand-in-hand. Keep a clean camp so you are not attracting bears and other food scavengers. Use trash receptacles and store garbage and food out of reach. Cook and clean away from your tent and immediately clean any cooking supplies after you have finished your meal. Only wood and paper should be burned, and try not to prepare food or fishing bait in close proximity to your campsite. Prepare for weather Weather can change on a dime when you’re in the wilderness. Pack accordingly, dressing in layers so you can change clothes as the weather demands. Have a flashlight and other emergency supplies available in case you get stuck in a storm.

Higher elevations and exposure to the sunlight can cause severe sunburn. Always apply and reapply sunscreen. High elevations also can increase the chance of dehydration, mountain sickness (headaches, nausea and dizziness) and the aggravation of preexisting medical conditions.

Avoid damaging vegetation Animals are not the only natural wonders to protect. Use caution when hiking so you do not trample vegetation. Keep pets on leashes so they do not disturb sensitive habitats. Do not pick flowers or berries and take them away from the park. Respecting local wildlife and taking steps to keep parks clean can make your hiking and camping experiences that much more enjoyable.

Keep wild animals wild Feeding animals is perhaps one of the more dangerous things park visitors can do. In recent years, the National Park Service has had to euthanize deer, coyotes, rock squirrels, and other animals that have become too aggressive toward humans because they grew accustomed to receiving food from people. Keep your distance from wildlife. Use proper equipment to view or photograph animals from several feet away. Stay even further away from animals that are breeding, nesting or raising young, as parents can become particularly protective of their children and turn aggressive.

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Embrace an active outdoor lifestyle Blue skies and warm weather entice people to enjoy the great outdoors. For many people, few things are more enjoyable than soaking up some rays and breathing in some fresh air. Moderate temperatures help make many outdoor activities that much more enjoyable. But even if the weather isn’t perfect, individuals can make the best of the situation and still get out of the house. As the seasons of warm weather return, those itching to get outside can explore these entertaining outdoor activities.

day or haven’t taken one for a spin in years. Many towns and cities across the country have become much more bike-friendly in recent years, clearing space for biking paths and lanes even in the busiest metropolitan areas. And mountain bikers still have plenty of trails to traverse as well. Check that your bike is in good working order and that the chain is freshly oiled. Take your bike to a local cycling shop for a tuneup if necessary. Verify the fit of helmets, especially on children who may have grown since the most recent cycling season.

Hiking Thousands of miles of hiking trails crisscross North America. These trails include rough and rugged paths blazed across natural areas and long-distance trails that stretch over portions of the country. From the Appalachian Trail in the East to the Bigfoot Trail in the west, hikers and nature enthusiasts have plenty of trails to tread. Hiking is a great outdoor activity in part because it can be enjoyed by people of any age and just about any fitness level. Hikers can work up from relatively short and flat trails to more intense vertical and varied hikes. Local parks, government preserves and rural areas offer plenty of places to walk and hike. When hiking, it’s best to go in pairs. In the event anything occurs, such as an injury, the other hiker will be able to go for help. Hikers also should alert people at home as to their itineraries. Leave a map and plot out where you will be, especially if hikes take you off the beaten path. Remember to pack a portable snack and plenty of water. And when out in the sun, apply sunscreen and reapply as needed.

Horseback riding Nature takes on an entirely different look when you are atop a horse. Horseback riding isn’t just for country folk or cowboys, and it can be a great workout as well as a recreational retreat. It takes balance, strong legs and quick reflexes to stay in a saddle. Those interested in horseback riding should visit a stable or riding academy nearby. You likely do not need to own a horse of your own, as riding schools and stables will have animals you can work with. Remember to wear the right clothing, including long pants and boots, for riding. A hat can shade you from the overhead sun, while a helmet is adviseable for people new to the sport or those who want added protection. Always arrive early so that you can familiarize yourself with your horse and have him or her get to know you. Approach the horse from the front left side. Horses are prey animals and can be skittish by nature, so a firm, calm greeting can reassure the animal. These are just a few of the many outdoor activities people can enjoy when the weather warms up. Try taking exercise routines outdoors, such as running on a path instead of the treadmill. Swimming, walking, gardening, and sports activities are other fun ways to enjoy the great outdoors.

Biking Biking is another outdoor activity ideal for people of all ages and athletic abilities. Once you’ve learned to ride a bicycle, that ability stays with you, whether you ride a bike each

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