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3480 Washburn Way: 541-884-1076 • 701 Main Street: 541 884-1077

An edition of the

Herald and News

December 12, 2013

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Number 15, Volume 32

2117 South 6th St Klamath Falls, OR 97601


“Who are kept by the power of God through faith unto salvation ready to be revealed in the last time.” 1 Peter 1:5

Been looking for it? We’ve got it! The Flexsteel Difference. Mission Hills Sectional

A Lifetime of Comfort, Quality and Style! Wyatt Power Recliner

Granville Leather Chair & Ottoman

Dana Sofa

Many More Styles to Choose From



Klamath Falls, OR 97603

Klamath Falls, OR 97601

3250 Washburn Way

1204 Main St

John 3:16

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WHAT DO WOMEN WANT? Do you want a man who leaves you alone at night while he parties with his friends? Or do you prefer a man who wont leave you alone at night? It's your choice. I am a single white male 40 yrs. old, searching for a single female for friendship and possibly more. Age, Race, Body Type, Kids or No Kids...... None of it is my concern, as long as you have a BIG CARING HEART. If interested call or text Jamie at 541-591-9237


Cash For Cars

Let Us

Turn Your Metal Trash

Into Cash!

2825 Broadmore St. (Behind Lithia Ford) 883-3583 • (800)779-3583


MONEY TO LOAN $$$ ACCESS LAWSUIT Cash Now!! Injury Lawsuit Dragging? Need fast $500-$500,000? Rates as low as 1/2% per month. Call Now! 1-800-568-8321.

HELP WANTED HELP WANTED! Make $1000 a week mailing brochures from home! Genuine opportunity! No experience required. Start immediately! HAIR STYLISTS & SALON MGMT Hourly wage, bonuses, great tips, paid advanced training. No clientele needed. Call Karrie today 541-891-2811.

Display Advertising Executives Victor Jackson Danielle Mays Beverly Schuster

Sales Manager Anita Moore

Production Staff

Maureen Hofstetter - Manager Please read your ad for errors on the first day it appears. Deadline for classified changes or cancellations is prior to 11:00am Tuesdays. This publication assumes no responsibility after the first insertion. Our liability shall be limited to the price of one insertion; adjustments will be made only for errors materially affecting the value of the ad. Credits must be used within 1 year. We do not guarantee display ad placement without prior arrangement. We reserve the right at any time to limit, edit or reject any/all copy which conflicts, in our opinion, with the established objectives of this weekly paper. In addition, we assume no responsibility for the authenticity, validity and/or reliability of any advertising, or of the advertiser placing such ads, in any of our publications. ©2013 - theNickel. All rights reserved. No portion of this publication may be reproduced, photographically, electronically, or by any other means, without the express consent of the publisher.

Klamath Fall’s 7-Day Forecast Dec. 12-18

3-string grass hay $17 per bale 3-string straw, $5 per bale Delivery available 541-884-7973

HAY FOR SALE Alf Alfa, Orchard Grass / Alf Alfa Mix, 3-twine bales $225 / ton, barn stored, delivery available, most credit cards accepted, 541-892-8306.

OTR Drivers Needed, I-5 Corridor, 2 yrs. experience, frequent home time, clean CDL, Mon. – Fri., 8AM - 5PM, 541-723-5261


HAY FOR SALE Red Clover Timothy & Orchard Mix, $12/Bale. Timothy Orchard & Triticale Mix, $10/Bale. 541-591-5428 or 541-591-0563

Custom Framing Decks Barns Greenhouses Wood Floors Remodels Additions Concrete And Much More!

RYE, GRASS, GRASSY ALFALFA $190 - $240. Delivery extra. Call evenings 541-892-3749

JBS Construction CCB# 135110 541-890-3634 or 541-884-6420


Drywall and Painting Contractor. No job too big or small. Light carpentry, repair work, interior and exterior, licensed and bonded #72051, clean and reliable, call 541-892-3078.


I gladly repair all guns, specializing in antique guns and hard to find parts. Steve Lytle Internet auctions from one item to whole 10403 Matney Way collections or estates of guns and all items. I buy guns, gun parts, and sporting goods. 541-883-7027 I appreciate your business. Free appraisals. 541-281-6322 Please call for availability and appointment

Office Hours: Monday 8:30am - 5:30pm • Tues - Fri 8:30am - 5:00pm

Tiffany Williamson

3-string alfalfa, no rain, $17 per bale

D's Delivery, the local Avon delivery company has an open route in KFalls that delivers every other weekend. Great opportunity for person with van or pickup with canopy plus a garage. PC with Microsoft based operating system also required. For info and details call 503-822-5698.

Steve’s Gun Repair

Published Each Thursday 2117 South 6th Street Klamath Falls, OR 97601 (541) 883-2292 • Fax: (541) 882-7716

Classified Advertising


2554 Rush Avenue Malin, OR 97632 541-281-7857

The Ultimate in home shopping! The Nickel.

Jesse Hilyard’s Senior Project

Bingo Night

All proceeds support the Henley Baseball Program Join us Sunday, December 15th in the Henley High School Cafeteria for a night full of food & prizes!!

Bingo Packets

It’s a Mexican Fiesta!!! Tacos and all the Fixings Dinner cost - $5.00

Prizes Include: Gift Cards/Certificates from Local Merchants, Gift Baskets, Electronic Items, OIT Basketball Season Tickets, Eagle Crest weekend getaway + Golf, and Much, Much More!!

This Week’s Local Forecast

$15 each Weather Trivia

When is the Pacific typhoon season? Thursday







Partly Cloudy 39/26

Mostly Cloudy 40/24

Partly Cloudy 41/24

Partly Cloudy 43/29

Mostly Sunny 45/31

Sunny 44/28

Mostly Sunny 39/25

Precip Chance: 10%

Precip Chance: 20%

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Precip Chance: 10%

Precip Chance: 5%

Precip Chance: 0%

Precip Chance: 5%


Answer: There is none. Typhoons can occur anytime during the year.

Ask For Andy Erickson Any Make, Any Model (541) 883-7701

It Works!




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3-Black Angus Cross Bronco-Faced Fall Pairs, 5 yr. old cows w / real nice 2-month old Heifer Calves on their side. Have been exposed to a Bull and may be bred back. Moderate framed real nice cows with good udders. Vaccinated and wormed. $1,600 each pair. Call 541-892-7172.

Refrigerators & freezers starting at $99. All with warranties.


MISC. AGRICULTURE Buying Market Goats, Dairy or Boar Goats, 541-274-0766


541-884-3778 WANTED TO BUY: Appliances – Dead or Alive. Must be complete. No TV's or microwaves. WANTED; Refrigerators, Washers, Dryers, Freezers. Paying at least $10 each. 541-892-0894


Ammunition Shell Brass Reloading Supplies Reloading Equipment Firearms

Buy and Sell Reloading Dies and Equipment. Bill's Upholstery 4755 Shasta Way 541-882-9491

Winchester Model 75, 22 caliber target rifle with Redfield peep sight, $700. 541-884-6488

December 14-15 Central Point Jackson Co. Expo Sat. 9-5, Sun.10-3. Adm. $6 1(800)-659-3440


Smith & Wesson, Model 29-10, Key Lock for Hammer and Trigger, $600, 541-850-3850 Wanted to Buy: Old Shotguns – No Matter Their Condition. Call 541-363-6750

Laughter is the shortest distance between two people.

The Nickel office is located at 2117 South 6th Street.

541-891-7600 308 Ruger Scout, New in the box, never been shot, $800 firm, 541-973-8829.


Herb's Guns of Klamath 15642 Highway 66, Keno, Sales and Service.

Holiday Home Photo Contest We want to see your home dressed up for the holidays!

COMPUTERS & ELECTRONICS Dell LCD Computer Monitor, great condition, $20. 541-545-6827 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

Post a picture of your home decorated for the season on our Facebook page. The most ‘liked’ picture will win a dozen chocolate strawberries from It’s a Chocolate Thing’s Christmas store AND $10 gift card to The Human Bean

Pentium 4 Dell Computer with keyboard and mouse, $125, monitor for $50 extra, 715-701-3432 PLEASE! IF YOU ARE DRINKING DON’T DRIVE! IT’S AS SIMPLE AS THAT!

Post your picture at We will pick a winner on December 17th & 23rd

The Premier Real Estate Team


Great Selection of Traxxas RC Cars and Trucks in Stock

Come See Our New GPS Controlled Quad Copters 2811 Broadmore #203, Klamath Falls, OR 97603 541-205-6610 • Mon-Fri: 9 am–4 pm, Sat: 12 pm–4 pm

Ask For Andy Erickson (541) 883-7701

Come visit Red Rocket Hobbies for High Quality Radio Control Items

Cash For Cars

32” Stihl Chainsaw Magnum, Perfect Shape, $450, 541-810-3150 •Regular tools, priced by the piece. •Hoe, $10. •5 heavy-duty working stands, wooden, $150 for all. •Dexter Battery Charger for TOOLS, new never used, $20. 541-882-4842

For Sale: Laser-cast Lead Bullets Berry's Plated Bullets Brass Tumblers and Walnut Media.


Any Make, Any Model

•4-Fishing Poles, $50. •2 antique dressers, $300 ea. •2 antique dressers, $150 ea. •Packsack Sleeping Bag, $10. •Camping Heater, $40. 541-882-4842 Antique 1890's authentic art print, Madonna with child, by C. Von Bodenhausen, beautifully framed $50. 541-5456827 •Antique logging tools, $25. •Antique skis, $20. •Antique trunk, $100. •China Cabinet included with glasses inside, $30. Antique Doll Buggy 541-882-4842 Antique wooden orchard ladder, 8', for decorative use only, $30 obo. 541-545-6827 Blue Admiral Antique Cast Iron Stove with top warming oven, restorable, but better as yard art, $300. 541-545-6827 Vintage Shell Oil gas can, great color, $25. 541-545-6827 Five Ways to Place a Classified Ad With Us: 1)walk in, 2) mail it in, 3)call it in, 4)fax it in, 5)online. Place your ad today. Phone 541-883-2292, Fax 541882-7716.

Bear Mountain Warehouse 707 South 5th Street.




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Ammo, any kind of gunseven parts & broken guns, reloading, knives, scopes, binoculars, tents, 4 wheelers & trailers of all kinds, etc. Will buy almost anything of value. Need cash? Call us! Call Greg 541-884-9494 before 7 pm


Smith & Wesson .357, Model 686 SSR, $700 obo Ruger .22 Mark 3 Hunter, Rosewood Grip, $450 Marlin .17 Thumbhole Stock Night Time Scope, $300 Beretta 12 gauge shotgun never fired, $350 Fatboy Gun Safe, $500 541-363-2903

Thompson Center .50 Cal. Hawken Black Powder Rifle. Bullets, Powder, Caps, Lube, etc., $350 Marlin .30-30 Lever Action, $225 Winchester Post-64, .30-30 Lever Action, $350 Remington Model 550.22 Auto Rifle, $225


NOW OPEN 1315 S. Alameda Ave

541-884-9494 (Before 7pm)

(Old Roger's Interiors Building)

Help the Pet

Saturday 3 pm – 7:30 pm

WANTED: Remington Model 700, 7mm Mag Rifle, 541-884-9494 (Before 7pm)

Population Problem!

Laugh uncontrollably...

Have your Pet

It clears the mind.

Spayed or Neutered!




Mon., Wed., & Fri. 4 pm - 7:30 pm

Concealed Handgun (CCW) Women's classes available 1 on 1 OR in groups

FIREARMS QUALIFY FOR YOUR CONCEALED HANDGUN PERMIT ClassesSunday, January 12 at 8am at the Klamath County Fairgrounds. Permit Classes$35 for Oregon, Utah, Arizona, or Florida. Or $135 for all 4 State Certification Classes NRA discount. Carry concealed in 36 states 32 years of firearms instruction experience.

ONLY instructor in KF with 13 yrs of Law Enforcement Experience

National Champion Team shooting coach.

OGRE's Den AIRSOFT “Serious Training for Serious Shooters”

or call Lanny Fujishin at 541-281-GUNS (4867) or email

541-892-1087 OREGON, UTAH, ARIZONA & FLORIDA CONCEALED HANDGUN PERMIT CERTIFICATION, $35 EACH. Get all 4 State Certifications $135 Same day. We notarize your Florida Application FREE- a $10 value.

Remington 1100, 20 GA, good condition, $650 Western Field M155 410 Bolt – Pre 1968, $250 S.P.A. Luigi Franchi Brescia-Italy 3”, 12 GA Semi Automatic, $450 Browning Bar-Belgium 270 Synthetic Semi Automatic, Iron Sights, $850 Browning Bar-Belgium 30-06 Wood, Semi AutoNO Shooting, NO Tests! matic, Iron Sights w/Scope Carry pistol in 40 states. Rings, $1,000 CAI, US Property 303 Need a Permit to carry in Oregon? No problem! British, $750 Winchester Ranger 30-30 As LOW As 1 WEEKLY CLASS w/scope, $450 Eddystone 1917 US 30-06, EVERY SATURDAY! $1,000 10am-2pm Franchi Brescia-Damascus Certificates issued at Steel 12 GA s x s, $4,000 end of each class. Reminton 1100 12 GA WALK -INS WELCOME! Wood, $600 Remington 700 7mm, wood NOW THROugH 12.31.2013 CLASS LOCATION w/scope, $500 pLus NO pAymeNTs fOR 90 dAys 1905 Oregon Avenue Remington 550-1 .22LR Klamath Falls, Oregon tube feed, pre 1968, semi automatic, US$300 Carl 541-884-2828 EO UMC Trainer, Remington N www.EliteTeamUSASecurity.Com Loan approval is based on creditworthiness, age of collateral, and terms of the loan.Your rate can be higher LLA Bolt (1951?), $350 depending on credit performance, term of loan, and type of collateral. Loans currently financed through E22LR C Remington 1187, 12 GA $199 each, New .45 ACP Pacific Crest Federal Credit Union cannot be refinanced with this offer. There is a $15.00 application fee. S I 3”wood, $650 Semi-Automatic Pistols, M Remington 41 Target Lifetime Warranty, 100% American Made. Master, .22LR, pre 1968, Also new .380 SACP, $169 $300 541-884-2828 Remington 190, .22LR, OU E Semi Automatic, Tube N A Feed w/scope, $250 LL E 6 Package Discount stom 71 SC I m 7 o 2 e M on All Guns d Cu c l 8 d raw 0 sa )8 n o Local 209-598-2290 r 1 cti d 3 o s as w no , $ Fo tru e(9 (54 541-850-2000 to 5) s s y d x n 5 u e a av le, ”H 5 Ho Sh y Co1,29 8x •F he tab x26r $7 S by bile y $ use 25 y , 92 U i W o r b a f ” k 2 a c WhereHoto callsBat The l Nickel ve des x30 ee EO on enho$1,4e! 3-2 le n for Display (3) ter 0”L ll thr AN l fi e rly Sit )88 Da ForSales: h L r a , 1 6 t c y L u a g G la n- te a b p s, or Beverly Schuster 541-331-0657 le 54 bin sic egu ilt O r Se la •( 5 e 20 SCE er ch er a a I $ 1 c w $ l R B Danielle Mays 541-331-0656 M a ea Buery os of K ta s, 60 , , file -dr 0 97 e v e n me sign 2 l r Victor Jackson 541-880-3750 i y g f r eli 5 mil te s o si s to (1) t, $2 let ral er ign eer o Din 2call ilt fro For Classifieds lS, e e r e s l u t N n e b B e th la Fa r rb w er r wi 00 n m ad o d Th ba541-883-2292 Be irro US irro dra $1 age ng oo sto pgr enh m , O m t ma 4 u o w n s l h E a U 4 ch ed e D 0 ' C n l ig N er kfa Gr nal- W $3 ,k r s pe , 8 ea light LLA rea israw ee l Co ners io ing, rs, eeT t i t b E l d r b 1 r d a p y e T n 5 o ta o elv fing 4 0 SC ch dv ed $2 neone vin g ba hS wo ien MI r a ach $3 Sh Roo 6T ter 5 se d or g isin leg e 1 s r o l h e l e t a T o l t 1 R go ing re b h h r u p h 5 h $ l t c 2 ve ac ny $1 m a So up air, cGa aig an ith tch ble, 25 g e i a i s, r d l e t g $ 7 s v a 4 s , s 1 0 n r or 10 ch Ba 2x im Eleure wign e e ta 21 $2 large nne glas ach new angi om ,$ 5f us S it es offe 00 rs, , r a ge Pr irs $2 rio each h 3• f U e n 3 3 p b a , r a d 1 i s $ O v 0 , cha Tr ch ”c es E Fu 20 ng inta s, $5r lamglas t trim 50 re h i 0 n 1 0 y , N c r 6 o $ 4 4 A h $1 s ta ”x 00 cou avy 3 v ade floo ed ugh y, $1k wa y L p , s , e l 0 L r p s e t u 3 ,4 ng he r to E d sh ass stain wro eav drin ice ec ck ku hor D C o •J f 1 s f c o y a o S . i l s e l r r $ s l s p e ” rd b ge ith s, h ed eo at ds MI die arg oe rdw rs 00 too 72 ) stu ach ick co $15 lar p wbee carv -lin ee La m/L s sh ha ty h cto m 15 ck / 2 n 4 0e e eN y m h ( . a t e , t n u r i r h l c s p i l 5 la pp ce a r ra , wi du a nt all •T tub alo h fo ua ed dre d u $2 A -pie 50 ots, avy 20 e e , Co x4 R be iles ot $200 10 nd , bot jet h s, h Qes Mze 9 7 an 1 ,$ of phs 7 h $ e m 4 a c e c m g 2 t t 9 , i h u s , g n i a h e h l 94 ion s t n p a 9 t e h $ s s t s r H a o d g a e c 1 e e a o t P g d it 0 s cam an nva erm leb s ea Cl W & rices Gl ers os rtm ho V Do d w 30, smis 2 me s ca pap pp so d lit p. 2 P ed e i6-p erm ua 'R s 2 A l q a be x, 1 ran bo 4 ) m e a n r h s u o u f ng rf A a (1 w t m ra ou ntic e 2 b, ob bo w t 0 o 89 w rge gs nd yf hi colo s fro e ne 45 ne 600 ore0 ca ,700 La intin 50 a ne ,80 all ey Muth -25 b n n 4 4 d $ 53 h s k 3 a w ac sio ic f $ h 8 m n 3 $8 , n , t a $ o i 8 2 a k m l a b p r J a , c e fes f M te o ri br d tu 41 -88 e w ach oil m Ma 84 V les $5 pro rs o fica 41 te ll 5 nu om50 e 00 19 evy 6 mi ro- , i 5 e a i b s 5 c t e h i 2 t r m , h C e c s ad s e s r$ 7. r M lay C ,06 alu k Tr lad po ith c 5 ea tein 5-$ s fo e, xtra ll fo s, f P to 2 b r e h 40 e l o o t d s $ e c 7 l h o u it t w , $ er s, he il p la ith , se ho se 53 an ale Dr -h s 6-h tr w ni 0 ty be r lid p s $7 n's s te 19 ks thne , rS Mi 14 w$85 ial el, ½ ur hevy ctor ice e 1 s e m r l , o e d t o t m 1 a p p e 5 o F a d l F r C tra w m r 7x sts m fro boo to e pe ulip fam 0's k, $ g bo x R mo le, , o l fo fo rs ter 00 Co s, 0 od ial


Cash For Cars

Ask For Andy Erickson Any Make, Any Model (541) 883-7701

Paying Spot Cash For Guns & Hunting Equipment


Auto Loans



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FIREWOOD FIREWOOD FOR SALE Senior Discount $150 per cord, Delivery available within Basin area. 541-205-1317 or (cell) 541-363-2601

Firewood Lodgepole Pine, $140 per cord, $75 per ½ cord delivered in the Klamath area. 541-810-8176

Nickel Classified Hours are Monday and Tuesday 8:305, Wednesday 10-2, Thursday 8:30-2, and Friday 10-2.

Honest Abe'sFirewood Sales Be Toasty With Quality Dry Lodgepole Firewood No Rot. Rounds at $135 per cord & Split Wood at $165 per cord Call now before prices go up! Free Delivery Within 25 miles of Klamath Falls Contact number 541-591-4046. Order now while prices are still low!

2117 South 6th Street

“Sell Your Unwanted Items Today And Have Money Tomorrow.”

Juniper Firewood Rounds $130 / cord delivered. 541-591-3686 Juniper Slabwood, cut to length (14” - 20”), U load, U haul, $80 cord, call for more information, 541-892-3622 (John), 541-891-3710 (Dennis)

Lodgepole, $125 rounds, $150 Split, Free Delivery for 2 or more cords. 541-281-9068 Pine Firewood Split, $135, Rounds, $120 / cord, Delivered, 541-205-8859

Where to calls at The Nickel for Display Sales: Beverly Schuster 541-331-0657 Danielle Mays 541-331-0656 Victor Jackson 541-880-3750 For Classifieds call 541-883-2292

Letter of Thanks

Andy and Sheila Abbott, Kim Abel, Scott Allen, Mike Angeli, Shawn and Amanda Blodgett, Donnie Boyd, Carl and Amber Bradley, Ryan Brosterhous, Judy pictured from left to right - Landon Crismon, Max Crismon, Kristi English, Buckingham, Mary Liz Bunch, Former Klamath Brian Quick, Courtnie Bellamy, Margot Durand, Kelley Minty Morris County District Attorney Ed Caleb and Kelly Caleb, Marc Kane, Dave and Marion Campbell, Lisa and Scott Carter, Jason Chapman, Max Crismon, Chuck Collins, Dennis Davenport, Jeanette Davidson, Former Klamath Falls City Councilor Betty Dickson, John Dougherty, Margot Durand, Dr. Ralph Eccles, Kristi English, Former Klamath County Sheriff Tim Evinger, Kelly Evinger, Steve and Leigh Anne Farris, Kristy Federico, Samantha, Bob, Gillian and Bridget Fenner, Tracy Fields, Dick Garbutt, Luis Garcia, Michael Garrard, Stan Gilbert, Paul Grabke , Tony "AJ" and Shannon Halda, Tori Haley, Shannon Hand, Frank and Renee Hernandez, Ray Holliday , Brendan and Krissy Holmes, Karin Hughes, Jay Ingersoll, Larry and Maureen Jesperson, Lauren and Molly Jesperson, Klamath Falls Mayor Todd Kellstrom, Angie Kemp, Dan Keppen, Dr. Todd and Becky Kirschenmann, Former Klamath County Commissioner Nel Kuonon, Valeree Lane, Dick Ledgerwodd, Tracey Lehman, Beverly Leigh, Teri Leeper, Dr. Ryan and Gena LeMert, Steve Lowell, Jason McClung-MC’s on Main, House Minority Leader and State Representative Mike McLane, Ron Miller, Sheryl Mobley, Ken Morton, Tami Narramore,Josh and Jill Nelson, Howard Newman- Desert Lake Technologies, Mike Noonan , Chris O'Conner , Klamath County District Attorney Rob Patridge, Judy Phearson, Tim Phillip, Aimee Reichlin, Jill Powley Russell, Jeanette Rutherford, Darin Rutledge, Bill Scally, John and Joan Staunton, Lisa Stewart, Holly Stork, Ted Swain, Linda Mills and Robert Taylor, Former Klamath County Emergency Manager Bill Thompson , Brian Quick, Jason and Sara Ward, Former Klamath County Commissioner Steve West, Dr. Robyn and Erica Wilde, Becky Wilson, Allison Weider York and For information on how to support this go to Pete York, Mary Lou Wogan.

Ask For Andy Erickson (541) 883-7701

During the season of gratitude, members of the Elect Kelley Minty Morris campaign would like to thank the long list of people who are supporters of our efforts to promote a vibrant economy for Klamath County. The list includes:

Cash For Cars

Package Discount on All Guns Local 209-598-2290 541-850-200 (9 to 5)

call 541-883-2292

Any Make, Any Model

Winchester 1300, 12 GA Pump 3", $350 Winchester 37A, 12 GA Single Shot 3", $250 Baikal-EAA 12 GA, Single Shot 3", $100 Savage 99C, 243 Lever, $450 New Browning Buck Mark Rifle, $500 Remington 870 Wingmaster, 20 GA Pump, $400 Marlin Original 39A, .22LR Lever, New, $550 Thompson Center Icon 308 Bolt, New, $800 Marlin Cowboy Limited 45 Colt, Oct. Barrell, New, $800 Marlin 336 35 Cal Lever, $450 CZ CZ527M, 223 Bolt w/Leupold Scope, Almost New, $700

To place a Classified listing




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Lodge Pole Firewood


Split $150 or Rounds $125 Top Quality Firewood Woods closed from Dec. 31st to April 1st, So get your firewood now before its too late!


Cash For Cars

Ask For Andy Erickson Any Make, Any Model (541) 883-7701

Full Cords Free DeliveryWithin 50 Miles of Klamath Falls Call 541-591-7363 or 541-892-1809 Leave a message and we will call back the same day!

Only 4 months use, brown fabric. New $1,050, sell for $700 obo. Call 541-880-3750 between 8 am – 5 pm Mon – Fri.

HOUSEHOLD GOODS Antique iron full size bed frame; headboard, foot board & rails, $50 obo. 541-545-6827 Entertainment center for big screen TV, $50, 715-701-3432 Huge selection of quality used furniture in stock! Come check out the great buys. Bear Mountain Warehouse 707 South 5th Street

Check out Santa’s schedule and bring the kids, grandkids, nieces, and nephews to have their picture taken with the jolly couple.

541-884-3778 Kenmore washer, works good, $125 with guarantee, 715-701-3432.

Ezell Suty FuEl Local photographer, Barb Meng from JT Studios, is making this special holiday offer that includes a free 4x6 photo along with another copy of the photo sent to your email address. The 4x6 photos will be ready for pick-up at the YMCA on December 19th. Photo packages will be available for purchase.

“Quality Fuel and Excellent Service at Prices You’ll Love”

Ezell Suty Fuel

Donations to the YMCA Community Support Fund will be accepted.

2360 So 6th St


Open to the Public ber Decem l Specia In ve No Mo get d Fee an of month ee r April F

December 21st 11:00 - 2:00

Participants & Vendors Needed Call Paula 541-882-7009

151 N. Williams Ave


Howard Miller Majestic Curio Floor Grandfather Clock, Blonde wood, crystal cut glass, glass shelves, Westminster chimes, blue moon phase (astrological), 3 brass weights, great Christmas present, $2,500 OBO. I.T.F. Antique Hardwood Wall Clock With Pendulum and One Hour Chimes, $700 OBO. Call to see both 541-331-0244 Like New, Large Dark Brown Naugahyde Swivel Glider Chair, $50, 541-891-0694. Majestic 360 Filter Clean Vacuum, $750 OBO, 541-891-7243. Queen Bed Complete, Dark Cherry Frame, $125 Rocker Recliner, Like New, Green Flash Black Tweed, $75 Call 541-892-2841 Samsung Microwave, medium size, white, good condition, perfect for dorm or office, $15. 541-545-6827 Samsung Microwave, small size, white, good condition, perfect for dorm or office, $15. 541-545-6827 Single Day Bed w / Nice Frame, $75 Pine Dresser, $65 Refrigerator, $85 Call 541-892-2841 Tempur-pedic full size mattress with mattress cover, base in not included, $799. 541-591-4973 Treadmill by NordicTrack, $150 Oak Table w/ 4 -Chairs, $95 Competition Downhill Skis, $35 Pair Small Natural Pine Desk, $35 Call 541-892-2841 We Buy Complete Estates! From 1 item to all. Bear Mountain Warehouse, 707 South 5th Street 541-884-3778

Nickel Classified Hours are Monday and Tuesday 8:305, Wednesday 10-2, Thursday 8:30-2, and Friday 10-2.

$1,000,000 Jewelr y

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Total Stock REDUCTION SALE! e v Sa % 5 7 % * ! 0 2 torewide Register To WIN Over $10,000.00 In Fabulous Prizes!




Join Our FOOD DRIVE to benefit

“Klamath County Food Bank!”

Bring in non-perishable food items and you can Win Fabulous Prizes!

Sale Hours: Monday thru Saturday 10 AM to 6 PM CLOSED THANKSGIVING DAY!

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m Henry, Rythm Clocks, Pandora, Fossil Watches, welry, Alex A. Religious onds, custom designs, prior ways, special orders and REFUNDS ON SALE

2834 South 6th St., Jefferson Square Mall Klamath Falls, OR (541) 884-9033

TERMS OF SALE! Cash/Check/AMEX/MC/Visa/Discover Clip & return this ad for 1 *Sale excludes William Henry, Rhythm Drawing Clocks, Cheri Dori, Ticket Simon G., Pandora, Fossil Watches, Chatham good towards Created Jewelry, Alex A. Religious Jewelry, loose diamonds, custom designs, prior sales, previous prizes! layaways, special orders and repairs. SORRYwinning NO REFUNDS ONfabulous SALE ITEMS! Coupon Expires 12/03/13

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The heart has reasons which reason does not know.

Buying or selling? Call The Nickel! 541-883-2292.

$ CASH $

Deb's Country Market & Pizza House Visit us out at the Round Lake Golf Course. Round Lake Road, 3 miles off Hwy 66


Cash For Cars

Ask For Andy Erickson Any Make, Any Model (541) 883-7701

Victor Jackson Display Account Executive

Open Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday

cell: (541)880-3750 | desk: (541)850-6333

Store Hours: 9 am – 7 pm Pizza Hours 11 am – 7 pm

For Dead Cars The Marketplace of the Community

541-882-7978 or


One Stop Auto Wreckers

The Klamath Tribute Center

Friday & Saturday 9 am – 9 pm Now Serving Beer & Wine, On Tap & For Sale We will be having the Civil War Game here Nov. 29th! Get your favorite team beer glass while supplies last.

Take & Bake, Bake & Take or Dine in. 541-850-2075

***November Special*** 10x15 Unit $50 a month

More Ways to Save


We only charge for the things you ask us to provide

Outside Storage for your RV or Boat, $20.

Embalming only $295


Others charge as much as $395

We would like to Thank our customers Present and Past for their business. And We would like to Wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving.

We GuarantEE the Lowest Funeral Prices in the Klamath Basin

541-273-0606 or visit our website:

Call 541-884-5555

Just past the New Pilot on HWY 97N 5040 Wocus Road (Turn right on Wocus Rd)

Across from Home Depot

Life is a work of art designed by the one who lives it.

Pre-Owned Merchandise With Antiques for Christmas at the Cottage in Downtown Bly, Oregon! 9 am – 5 pm Wednesday through Sunday

Immediate Denture Special $



per arch

(Extractions not included) offer good through 12/31/13

Open Monday thru Friday 8-5


2650 Washburn Way, Ste 200

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6 New Large Red Stockings & 6 New Stocking Holders (silver color), from JoAnne's Fabrics,Paid $55, But Will Take $20 obo. 541-545-6827


AA Tree Service, LLC

Will pay $8 per battery for car batteries.

Topping, trimming, pruning, or removal of trees or bushes, also stump grinding. Cordial, careful, quality work. Bonded and insured, CCB#149565, Call Glenn, 541-884-3969

4D's - $12 8D's - $15 541-892-1996 $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

Cash Paid For used tires, wheels, and batteries.

40 Size Barnstormer 3D RC Airplane w/.38 Helimotor and Pitts Muffler, Receiver Ready, $175, Reduced $150. 541-545-6827

CANNA CARE Co-Op Our goal is Information, Education, Quality medication, Private safe access. To become a member you must be a current OMMP card holder Photo ID required Christmas Decorations: 2 new hand towels, $3 ea. 2 decorative trees, gingham design, $10. Wreath with plush snowman, $5. 541-545-6827 Christmas Village Houses with Boxes, $5 each, 541-891-0694.

Call Big Mike's Fencing for a free estimate. 541-882-7847 CCB#162199

FOR SALE Wards power craft snow blower 4hp $150.00 Call 541-810-3803

FOR SALE: Older Sears Treadmill. Good Quality, Excellent Condition & Well Cared For, $175. 541-884-2446 Please no phone calls after 9 pm. Knittax Jac 40 knitting machine attachment with 53 cards and instruction, excellent condition, ATTACHMENT ONLY, $15 obo. 541-545-6827 Sell it fast in The Nickel!

Don’t wait until the last minute to prepare for tax season! • Tax Preparation • Bookkeeping Services • Business Consulting • Payroll Services • Estate Planning

Display Account Executive

cell: (541)331-0657 | desk: (541)850-6332

409 Pine St, Suite 311

97 Chevy Tahoe 99 Dodge Durango 93 Chevy Suburban

6.5 HP, 29"

Lot #1

V8, AT, 1 Ton


350, AT, 4x4






Pelican Auto Sales

86 GMC Van


360, Auto, 4x4

350, Auto, 4x4, 122K

93 Plymouth Voyager


On Lakeport (Just off Biehn Street)


98 Toyota Corolla Shipping Container Delivery Available


V6, Auto





1,295 1,395 Lot #2 You-Pull-It Auto Wreckers $




20’ x 8’ $

Corner of Lakeport & Montelius

2,595 40’ x 8’ $3,795


Ask For Andy Erickson (541) 883-7701


The Marketplace of the Community


It’s all in here - The Nickel!

Certified Public Accountant

Beverly Schuster


HOVEROUND MPV 5 Battery Operated Wheelchair, Rarely Used, With Portable Ramp, $800, 541-850-2223

DeAnn M. Bogart, CPA

The Nickel: 541-883-2292

Craftsman Snow Blower

GUNS Guns/Collectables 410 Shot Gun $300.00 270 w/scope NEW $300.00 ELVIS award metals for 1978 run in Germany Gold $180.00 Silver $150.00 Both for $300.00 Please call 541-533-2148

Chain link, wood, and vinyl. Commercial & Residential

Turn Thom Tire Factory 2052 Washburn Way Next to Bi-Mart

Friendship is the gold thread that ties hearts together.

Market at Running Y is selling out all shelving, racks, coolers, freezers, computers, display racks, counter, phone system, soft-serve machine, mats, and all office supplies. Call 273-7246. 5416 Running Y Road

Cash For Cars

2 Coats, Sz. Large, 1-Genuine Leather-Black, 1- Beige Suede w / Fur Trim, $50 each obo, Call after 4 pm or Leave Message, 541-884-9975.



Call 541-205-6471

Aluminum sprinkler pipe and farm items, Railroad items, Timber and logging, aviation, autos, trucks & trailers, construction, military items, tools and production equipment, irrigation and electric, etc. Estate Cleanup Greg 541-884-9494 before 7 pm.


•Christmas items, $30 for box. •Heated ice scraper, brand new, $10. •Ice skates, mens & womens size 10, $20 each. •Dexter bowling shoes, mens size 10, worn twice, $20. 541-882-4842

Art Explosion, 800,034 CD clip art set with image catalog, compatible with Windows XP, 2000, '98. Like new, $25. 541-545-6827 Bachmann Trains G Scale Passenger Cars, Like New $40 each, 541-891-0694.

Buying scrap and unwanted equipment of all types.


Any Make, Any Model

18 ft. inboard boat, motor & trailer Couch and Love Seat Computer Desk Wall Mirrors Glass End Tables and Coffe Tables Very Nice Black TV Stand Misc. Tires TV Recliners Washer Dryers Freezer Oak table with leaf & 4 chairs Electric stoves Dresser Chest of drawers Bicycles Coffee and end tables Call 541-892-6990




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Cash For Cars

Ask For Andy Erickson Any Make, Any Model (541) 883-7701


BarTer Shop

Buy • Sell • Trade

Furniture | Housewares Come in Christmas ATVs | Collectibles Special and Sign Much More CTK Keyboard Up for the Casio New in box Great $60.00 10 % Off Christmas Stun Gun Flashlights Everything in Store $60.00 Giveaway! Short 12/13 - 12/24 Long $70.00

Hobby Houses and Custom Sheds by Dan Bailey Construction Basic Greenhouse 8x10

$1,425 Built On-Site! No Delivery or Set-Up fee's within 25 miles of Klamath Falls

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

6660 South 6th Street • 541-891-6290 • Tues-Sat 9am-4pm

Primary Health Care TDAP Availab Vaccines l Whoop e Now for ing Cou gh

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

Can view same type at 50.htm Location: Meadow Loop at Sayler, KF

• Immunizations • Sports, DOT Physicals • Immediate Care (Suturing, Biopsy, Casting) • Insertion and removal of: ~ Implanon ~ Nexplanon • Women’s Health Care • Well Child Check-ups

X-Ray Facility Available at Both Locations The Merrill Clinic The Bonanza Clinic 125 North Lincoln Street, Merrill, OR 541-798-5073 & 541-798-5074 M-F 9am - 1:30pm, Sat 9am - 1pm

31863 Highway 70, Bonanza, OR 541-545-1820 & 541-545-1821 M-F 2pm - 6pm

Michael A. Sheets, FNP

Family-Centered Primary Health Care

INFRA-RED HEATERS Brand new, better than Eden. Only $188. Discount Vacuum 4535 S. Sixth St. Klamath Falls, OR 541-851-8000

MINI-STORAGE 10'x20' and up, $75 per month and up. Stateline RV Park & Storage, 30138 Lower Klamath Lake Road, Tulelake, CA 530-667-4849 Nikon D-80 Digital Camera w / AF-S Nikkor 18-200mm 1:3.5-5.6GED Lens. Mint Condition, Comes with a Ton of Accessories, $850, 541-205-1433 Radio Control Airplanes With All Needed Equipment, All In Great Condition, Call 541-884-8424.

Ladies scrub tops, sizes large & small, short & long sleeves, great condition, $2 each. 541-545-6827

Mathews Target Bow Rival Pro, Right Hand 60-70 lbs, 26” – 28” Draw, Winners Choice String Cable, Sure–Loc Challenger Scope, Trophy Hunter Rest, Stabilizer Case, $650 OBO, 541-882-9416


•Large recliner chair, in good shape, light brown, $85. •Wooden table with Formica top, $25. •Newer bagless vacuum, $60. •Small bird cage, $10. •Large dog crate, holds up to 70 lb dog, $70. •5 Barbies, $3 each. •10 porcelain dolls, $10 each. •Silver zirconia ring, $20. 541-281-7984

Oregon License #75230 541-883-5867


MISCELLANEOUS JACUZZI $800 SEATS 6 Elite Spa by MAAX Premium 50 2500 WF series, insulating cover; steps; power box with circuit breakers in it; lights; blue inside; waterfalls; therapy pump; comes with big heavy-duty dolly crawler with wheels. 2005 model; 260 gallons. David (541) 274-9773.

Second Hand Store

RIGID coumpound miter saw with laser, $250. RIGID surface planer, $250. Rigid 14 inch band saw, $250. CRAFTSMAN belt/discsander, $80. All for $800 obo 541-850-8548

Hurry! Classified deadline is Tuesdays at 11am.

Danielle Mays Display Account Executive

cell: (541)331-0656 | desk: (541)850-6334




Register online at Registration

Registration deadline is December 6, 2013.

Grades 1-2: Y Member $60/Community $75 Six-game season Grades 3-4: Y Member $65/Community $80 Grades 5-6: Y Member $70/Community $85 Six-game season and tournament THE YMCA OF KLAMATH FALLS 1221 S Alameda Ave Klamath Falls OR 97603 Contact us: 541.884.4149 or

The Marketplace of the Community

Snow BWeewillGone Shovel, Snowblow & Salt to keep your Driveway & Walkways clear of Snow & Ice

We provide quality service to your property

l Business ResidentiaFree Estimates

Call now for our Early Signup Discounts

Mike - 541-281-2704

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OREGON, UTAH, ARIZONA & FLORIDA CONCEALED HANDGUN PERMIT CERTIFICATION, $35 EACH. Get all 4 State Certifications $135 Same day. We notarize your Florida Application FREE- a $10 value.

Trailer Bar-B-Que, Custom Built, 3' x 4' Screen, 13” Wheels, $300, 541-891-8223.

NO Shooting, NO Tests! Carry pistol in 40 states. Need a Permit to carry in Oregon? No problem!



Classified Deadline is Tuesday @ 11:00 am. Place your ad early to avoid the Tuesday rush.

RECYCLE! Find Out Today How You Can Help.

Paying Cash For your old gold Dental Crowns and Bridges

541-884-9494 (Before 7pm)

We Will Clean Them and Pay You

MUSIC/ INSTRUMENTS Marshall Electric Guitar Combo Amplifier, Series MG30DFX, w/ Reverb Delay, Chorus, Flange and FDD. Excellent Condition, Reduced Now $100. 541-545$150 6827

Jefferson Coin & Watch

2972 So. 6th St., Suite C (541)882-7314

Next to Ross • Hours: Mon–Sat 9am–3pm Ad #815297 Size 2x2 Date 01-10-13 Designer JMH

Carl 541-884-2828 www.EliteTeamUSASecurity.Com

$199 each, New .45 ACP Semi-Automatic Pistols, Lifetime Warranty, 100% American Made. Also new .380 ACP, $169 541-884-2828

Scott Stevens, M.D. Physician/Surgeon of the Eye

Cataract Surgery including: ACRYSOF® Toric, Astigmatism Correcting IOL, Crystalens®, Accommodating IOL

Snowblower for sale, 24", 6-speed, 2-stage, MTD Yardman, $200, 541-281-6475 Superior Commercial Kegorator, Excellent Condition, New $1,500, Now $250, Call 541-205-1433. Top Cash Paid!

I buy old guitars, banjos, mandolins, old tube amps, in any condition. 541-773-3575

Viagra Users! Why pay more?? Sixty 100 milligram tablets, $229. Call 1-800-607-2519 Open everyday.

Five Ways to Place a Classified Ad With Us: 1)walk in, 2) mail it in, 3)call it in, 4)fax it in, 5)online. Place your ad today. Phone 541-883-2292, Fax 541882-7716.

Lucentis® (Ranibizumab Injection) & Avastin® (Bevacizumab Injection) for the treatment of Macular Degeneration

Mark Fay, M.D. Physician/Surgeon of the Eye

Laser Treatments for Secondary Cataracts, Diabetes, Glaucoma and Retina Repair Functional and Cosmetic Botox® Jennifer Sparks O.D. Optometrist


Every Thursday & Saturday OPEN at 4:30pm & CALLING at 6pm Casual meals & snacks available! Thursday blackout pays $500! Saturday blackout pays $1,000!

1st time Players Bring This Ad in for a FREE Odd or Even Blackout This fund-raising event depends on volunteers. We need callers and floor help! Call us!

Edwin Tuhy, O.D. Optometrist

(Botulinum Toxin Type A)

Routine Vision Exams Optical Goods Complete Medical Eye Care Outpatient Surgery in Association with Klamath Surgery Center

Klamath Surgery Center specializes in outpatient surgery. Our patients enjoy many advantages including personalized service, excellent medical care, comfortable, convenient facilities and low costs.

Klamath Basin Senior Center

2045 Arthur Street 541-883-7171

2640 Biehn St., Suite 3 Klamath Falls, OR 97601


Ask For Andy Erickson (541) 883-7701

Guitars Wanted

Functional and Cosmetic Eyelid Surgery

Cash For Cars

CLASS LOCATION 1905 Oregon Avenue Klamath Falls, Oregon

WARM YOUR HOUSE!! Toyo Model 56 Programmable Kerosene Heater, $750 Ward's Oil Stove, $65


Any Make, Any Model

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

Treadmill by NordicTrack, $150 Queen Bed Complete, Dark Cherry Frame, $125 Oak Table w/ 4 -Chairs, $95 Rocker Recliner, Like New, Green Flash Black Tweed, $75 Competition Downhill Skis, $35 Pair Small Natural Pine Desk, $35 Single Day Bed w / Nice Frame, $75 Pine Dresser, $65 Refrigerator, $85 Call 541-892-2841




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Trust these car care professionals to handle all of your auto maintenance and repair needs. AUTO PArTs

Don’t Do It Twice – Use The Parts The Pros Use Quality parts, accessories, paints, tools & supplies. Complete lines for cars, light trucks, SUVs, RVs, HD trucks & farm equipment Including hydraulic hoses.

Klamath Falls

541-883-3473 • 2128 Washburn Way Se Habla Español Open 7 Days a Week • Mon-Sat 8am-6pm • Sun 10am-4pm

Serving You For Over 75 Years with NAPA National Warranty Program



My Mechanic, Inc.

bATTery & elecTric

Ray’s Auto Electric & Battery City

A Reputation for Integrity


• Transmissions • Factory Scheduled Maintenance • Electric and Computer Diagnostics

• Diagnostics • Electrical • Brakes • Tune Ups • A/C • Maintenance • Transmission • Oil Changes • Warranty Work

3000 Pershing Way • 541-273-5577 (next to Denny’s)

Mon-Fri 7:30am-5:30pm

• Alternators • Generators • Starter Rebuiling and Exchange • Complete Line of Batteries for Auto, Truck and Tractor

2905 Avalon (541)883-1389

You Can Learn A Lot By Listening To Your Car


• Complete Engine Machining • Engine Repair & Rebuilding • Balancing and Much More

3032 Hilyard Ave cAr bUying

$CASH$ FOR DEAD CARS 541-882-7978 or 541-885-2457

One Stop Auto Wreckers

(NAPS)—Drivers who listen closely will find that their car is actually communicating with them by using a language all its own. Sounds such as squealing, thumping, hissing and grinding are all signs that your vehicle may be trying to tell you something. That’s the word from the experts at the Car Care Council. While many motorists are familiar with noises their vehicles make on a daily basis, any noise that is new, different or suspicious may indicate a problem. For example, a high-pitched squeal that stops when pressing on the brake pedal is a sign that a vehicle’s brakes should be inspected. The same goes for grinding that could be the result of worn brake pads that should be replaced. Thumping that increases and decreases with the speed of the vehicle could mean a trip to your local service center. The diagnosis may be a tire problem like a bubble in the sidewall or torn rubber that could lead to a blowout. Under The Hood As Well Sounds under the hood can also indicate that your vehicle is in need of attention. Hissing may be caused by a disconnected or cracked vacuum hose. A squealing noise while revving the engine could be due to a slipping drive belt. Inspection and repair will allow your vehicle to operate more safely and efficiently. “It’s important for car owners to listen and act accordingly when their vehicle speaks up,” said Rich White, executive director, Car Care Council. “By checking out what your vehicle is saying, you can take care of the problem now and avoid a breakdown or more costly repairs later. “The number of sounds a vehicle may make is endless, so when your car is trying to tell you something, it’s important to be alert, listen carefully and take action,” added White. The Car Care Council is the source of information for the “Be Car Care Aware” consumer education campaign promoting the benefits of regular vehicle care, maintenance and repair to consumers. For more information, visit


J&A Auto Repair Complete Auto & Truck Repair Computer System Diagnostics Foreign and Domestic

• Mufflers • Maintenance/Tune-ups • Auto Electrical

• Brakes • Air Conditioning • Engine/Transmissions

541-850-9876 • 2960 Maywood Drive #4 behind Pacific Crest Federal C.U.


Family Owned Since 1955


ASE PArtS SPEciAliSt Auto-Farm-Truck

aTV Battery Specialists Performance accessories Batteries - Filters PPG automotive Finishes mon-Fri 8am-6pm Sat 8am-5pm closed Sunday

You Can Learn A Lot By Listening: Experts say that any noise your car makes that is new, different or suspicious may indicate a problem.


5412935 S. 6th St.

(Between Subway & denny’s)

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Ask For Andy Erickson Any Make, Any Model (541) 883-7701

Cash For Cars

Quiet, clean,secure, new paint, new insulated windows, gas heat, appliances, large walk in closet, large bath with tub/shower. Water/sewer/garbage paid, Off street parking, no smoking, no pets $450 rent/$450deposit. 541-884-2479

Clean, secure, downtown studio apartments. $250 - $300 + deposit. Laundry & parking. Water, sewer, garbage and hot water paid. 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 541-892-2231 or 541-281-0762

The word “impossible” contains the word “possible.” –Mr. Spock, Star Trek

Apartments for Rent Month-to-month free geothermal heat, water, sewer, trash. Secure building. No pets. Laundromat downstairs We accept HUD vouchers $450-$475 per month 1711 Main St 541-883-1784


APARTMENTS FOR RENT Kingswood Apts. 1 Bedroom. Appliances, drapes, patio, etc. 541-883-2986


ATTN: College Students Hot Springs Area Close to OIT, Newly Remodeled! 2 bedroom, $625 Available now!

2750 California Ave. View of Klamath Lake, mountains, and golf course, 3 bdrm., 2 bath. Water, Sewer, and garbage paid Non-smoking. Small pets ok. $750 or $850 plus deposit


*Move in Now* Large Nice 2 Bedroom House Recently remodeled Built 1998 Large living room Dining are 1 bath Carpeted Stove Refrigerator Mini blinds Gas heat Storage area Laundry hook ups Fenced yard Garbage paid Pet on approval only

2046 Worden Immaculate 2 bed, 1 bath. New paint, carpet, stove, dishwasher & gas furnace. Washer & dryer hookups, garage with opener, basement, $700 mo + $700 dep. No smoking Pets- $200 fee per pet Available Now Joni at 541-892-4392

All for the price of $575. Call for details on deposit. 541-883-2611 or 541-205-6524


All utilities paid. Randy 541-891-2628

Cedar Garden Apts. 2 bedroom apartments currently available in quiet non-smoking complex. Free WIFI. Located behind KFC. Please call 541-882-5989 or Lake Park Towers Accepting applications from qualifying low income seniors. Clean, secure, Smoke-free building. Downtown. Equal Housing Opportunity. 541-882-2335

Arthur Village 1400 Arthur St. ~ Free Geo Heat ~ $550 and up plus deposit. 2 bdrm., 2 bath, townhouses Water, sewer, and garbage paid. Non-smoking. Small pets ok. ••••••••••••••

Applegate Trails 4520 Bristol Ave. 2 bdrm, 1bath $535 + deposit 3 bdrm, 1bath $615 + deposit Water, sewer & garbage pd. Income must meet guidelines. Small pets ok. 541-331-6219

104 Washington St 1910 Craftsman Style Home Charming older home with modern conveniences 180 degree views of City and Lake Ewauna 4,200 square feet 4 carpeted bedrooms 2 full bathrooms Gourmet kitchen with a 12 foot island Laundry room on main floor Hardwood floors in living & dining rooms Polished tiles in entry, hallway & kitchen Spiral staircase to basement Upper deck & lower patio Gas heat & fireplace insert Walkin cold storage cooler No pets/No smoking

2535 Darrow Small 2 bedroom, gas/ electric heat, garage/storage, washer & dryer hookups, spacious fenced yard.Near bus/shopping. Must see! $615/$715 dep. Available December, 2013 541-281-2185

$1,400 month + $1,200 deposit Call 541-602-5337

Trenna Morehouse, Property Manager


2-Bdrm. / 1-Bath Apartment for Rent, Washer / Dryer Hookups, Malin, $325 / Mo. + Deposit, 541-810-1610 or 541-891-7677. Se Renta Apartamento En Malin, 2 Cuartos / 1 Bano, Lugar Para Labadora y Secadora, $325 / + Dep., 541-810-1610 or 541-891-7677. 3-Bdrm. / 1-Bath House, Washer / Dryer Hookups, Klamath Falls, $550 / Mo. Plus Deposit, 541-810-1610 or 541-891-7677. En Klamath Falls, Casa de Renta, 3 Cuartos / 1 Bano, Lugar Para Labadora y Secador, $550 / + Dep., 541-810-1610 or 541-891-7677.

Buena Vista

2423 Homedale Road • Open Mon-Fri 10am - 4pm


1215 Main • Commercial Property . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $550 527 1/2 Upham • 1 Bdrm/1 Bath/Duplex . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$395/$495 2360 Vine • 2 Bdrm/1 Bath/Home . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$525/$625 5431 Glenridge • 2 Bdrm/1 Bath/Duplex . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$625/$725 4406 Denver Ave #B • 2 Bedrm/1 Bath/Duplex . . . . . . . . .$525/$626 2110 Madison • 2 Bdrm/1 Bath/Duplex . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$450/$550 5635 Cottage • 2 Bdrm/1 Bath/Home/1 Acre Lot . . . . . . . .$600/$700 2915 Summers Ln • 2 Bdrm/1 Bath/Home . . . . . . . . . . . .$675/$775 527 Upham • 3 Bdrm/1 Bath/Duplex . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$595/$695 1904 Wantland • 3 Brdm/1 Bath/Home . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$525/$625 2439 Homedale • 3 Bdrm/1 Bath/Home . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$650/$750 5101 Ridgewood • 3 Bdrm/2 Bath/Home . . . . . . . . . . . .$950/$1050 1825 Hope • 4 Bdrm/2.5 Bath/Home . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$995/$1095 14311 Ravenwood • 4 Bdrm/2 Bath/Home . . . . . . . . . . . .$895/$995 Secure Mini Storage aVaiLaBLe


Available January 1st!! 2 Bedroom / 1 Bath House, Fenced Backyard, In Malin, $400 Rent / $200 Dep. 541-810-1610 or 541-891-7677 BONANZA RENTAL Small 2 bd, 1ba house in town of Bonanza. Fenced backyard. Washer, Dryer, sewer fees & trash included. Recently Reduced to $450.00/mo. plus $500.00 deposit. Call 541-545-6885 AAA Property Mgmt., Inc. 2008 Oregon Avenue Klamath Falls, OR 97601 541-883-6424 **Ask about our specials** ***1 Bedroom/Studio*** House 2215-1/2 Orchard $375 $425 Dplx. 423 Martin House 253 Martin $425 Apt. 2544 Union #21 $450 $450 House 1526 Sargent Apt. 2045 Oregon #4 $500 House 1818 Portland $525 ****2 Bedroom*** House 344 Martin $450 Dplx. 1432 Division $475 $475 Dplx. 2649 Pear #1 House 350 Martin $495 $525 House 2134 Stukel $550 Apt. 2544 Union #11 $575 House 215 Mortimer Dplx. 1607 Sargent $600 ***3 Bedroom*** 4Plx. 3605 LaMarada $575 Mfg. 4435-1/2 Winter $600 House 4668 Boardman $625 House 14427 Hwy 66 $925 House 4914 Grossbeak $1200

3 bedroom, 1-1/2 bath, fresh paint, new carpet, fenced yard. Single car garage, available now! Pets on approval. 1st, last, deposit 541-591-8110

3 bedroom, 2 bath, fenced ½ acre, gas heat, air conditioned, attached garage. South Suburbs. $800/month + deposit 541-884-1454

BEAUTIFUL VIEW ON AGENCY LAKE 3 bedroom home with 2,000 sq. ft. garage and pond/pool in the back yard. All appliances included. Air and heat pump as well as gas stoves. If you like fishing and wildlife and a beautiful view, you will love this. $1,400/month, first, last and deposit. No smoking/illegal drugs. Call Sharon: 503-592-9198

Clean & Neat 3 bedroom, all new paint and carpeting, fireplace, attached garage, fenced yard. Close to OIT & hospital. Water, sewer, garbage paid. Pets upon approval. $650 + Security, references. 541-892-5552 or 541-882-1528

Klamath Pacific Companies Your Premier Materials Provider & Construction Company in the Basin

KLAMATH PACIFIC COMPANY is the premier aggregate, asphalt and ready mix concrete supplier in the Klamath Basin. We also provide construction services specializing in paving, grading, crack sealing, seal coating, driveways and underground projects. OFFICE HOURS M-F 7:30am - 5:00pm Office located at: 2918 Edison Ave., Klamath Falls, OR 97603


***Commercial*** 3304 Crosby #1 & #6 $350 small office, ½ bath, 900 sf

Office: 541-882-8788




Home & Rentals

2 bedroom, 1 bath apartment

2 bedroom, geothermal heated unit, lights, water, garbage included in $550 rent. Off street parking, laundry on-site. No smoking, no pets. 541-850-3313 or 541-591-1114


OR License #150240 CA License #905764

PHONE: 541.884.6184

Clean, 3 bedroom, 2 bath house Large dining room, large utility room, range and fridge, washer / dryer hookup, 4-stair gas furnace, gas hot water heater, ceramic tile in kitchen, utility and bathrooms, hardwood floors in dining room, carpet in the living room and bedroom, attached garage w / opener, no smoking, no pets, $750/mo. + $750 deposit, 2530 Darrow Call 541-891-7006 or 541-891-7002


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For Rent 3 bedroom. Large garden tub, off street parking. Rent $475 + $500 deposit 541-884-1724



MINI-STORAGE 10'x20' and up, $75 per month and up. Stateline RV Park & Storage, 30138 Lower Klamath Lake Road, Tulelake, CA 530-667-4849 New Paint & Carpet Neat & clean 2 bedroom, large kitchen with fridge & stove, has hookups, gas heat & hot water. Fenced yard, garage, close to shopping. Pets on approval $550 + Security, references. 541-892-5552 or 541-882-1528

NICE AND CLEAN 3 bedroom, 2 bath house, gas heat, water, garbage paid. $700 mo./$750 dep. 2200 Patterson Street 541-884-7228

ONLY PAY HALF DECEMBER RENT! Clean and cozy 2 bedroom, gas heat, large utility room. Spacious kitchen has new floor and custom cabinets. Stove & fridge included. Go see at 2161 Eberlein, corner of Martin. Rent is $475 + $650 deposit. Call 541-884-6488 Sprague River Rental 2 bedroom, 1 bath furnished mobile home. Barn and outbuildings, 5 aces fenced and crossed fenced. No smoking, pets on approval. Must have 5 years good reference. $550 month + first, last and deposit. 541-891-9308 Studio Cabin, on the river with a patio, w/s/g/electric paid $450 per month and $400 deposit. Call Williamson River Resort 541-783-2071

Uptown Place in Downtown area 3 bedroom, 1 bath. Washer and dryer. Efficient heating system, detached garage, fenced garden area and yard. $800 + $800 deposit. Pets ok with $200 nonrefundable deposit. Not HUD certified 541-810-1245 0156

CONDO / TOWNHOUSE FOR RENT Near OIT Nice 3 bedroom, 1 ¾ bath townhouse. Single car garage. Washer & dryer hook-ups. No pets Water/sewer/garbage paid. $800/$800 dep. 541-892-2152



Application being accepted for quiet, clean 2 bedroom duplex with extra office / storage room. Hookups, dishwasher, refrigerator stove. Water paid. Referenced required. $650/$600 deposit. Application available by calling 541-884-7835 Clean 1 bedroom duplex. $450/$350 Call Terry 541-882-8543

Extra nice 2bdr / 1.5 bath, economical zonal heating, appliances, yard maintenance, water and sewer paid, near K.U., $695 plus deposit. 535 12th Street (right off of 11th on Lincoln) 541-891-9303 or 541-884-0610

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2 BEDROOM 1 BATH Mobile Home for Rent $545 per month w/s/g included 2705 Wiard St, unit #9 NEW OWNER 541-817-6455 For Rent 2 bedroom, small yard, not on bus line Rent: $395 + Deposit $425. NOVEMBER SPECIAL Move in $500 OAC 541-884-1724 2 bedroom, 1 bath in Merrill, storage shed, fenced yard with dog run. $485 + dep. Credit check. Water/sewer/garbage & wi-fi free! 541-798-1654 or 360-281-7333

Klamath View Estates 1663 Greensprings Dr. 541-281-0146 klamathviewestates@ •••••••••••• 3 bedroom, 2 bath double-wide, fireplace, large dining, utility, kitchen carport & storage. $825 per month Lease/Option. Possible Owner Carry. •••••••••••• 15 NEW DOUBLE WIDE SPACES AVAILABLE SOON!! Private & Quiet Setting Only Minutes from Downtown UP TO 1 YEAR FREE SPACE RENT Scenic Views of Mt.Shasta, Lake Ewauna, City & Country ACCEPTING DEPOSITS NOW ~ COME AND SELECT YOUR FAVORITE SPACE

River Park Inn Extended Stay We offer extended stay, weekly or month to month. Rates starting at $150 weekly $500 monthly

4647 Winter Ave Klamath Falls

Utilities, WiFi, and Satellite dish TV included with rent.

We also have new and used homes available with Excellent Financing Options!

Roommate to share house near OIT $500 per month- includes weekly cleaning service, All utilities paid, plus internet. Male preferred Available November 1st! No pets. 541-331-3456 Roommate to share house near OIT $500 per month- includes weekly cleaning service, All utilities paid, plus internet. Male preferred Available November 1st! No pets. 541-331-3456 Studio Apartments For Rent All utilities paid, cable included, own bathroom, no full kitchen. $350/month. Call 541-281-7933

Call Toni 541-882-4834 Space available for 1992 or newer double wide. Ask about 3 months free special. Restrictions Apply

Aspen Mobile Village A family park 3950 Homedale Road Call 541-884-4282 0182

RV LOTS / SPACES FOR RENT RV Space Grassy yard, patio. Water, sewer, trash all included. $60. week


It Works! Branch Office 2650 Washburn Way #150 B Klamath Falls, OR 97603 Phone: 541-882-6700

Klamath Falls Town Center

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A nice Family Park with a Common area, Playground, and Boat & RV storage.

Please call or email for more information 541-273-0491 or 541-887-7878


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Located at 11 Main Street Klamath Falls, OR 97601

25' Travel Trailer, Option to Buy, $425/month Space, Water, Sewer, Trailer Payment & Electric Allowance Included.

Five Ways to Place a Classified Ad With Us: 1)walk in, 2) mail it in, 3)call it in, 4)fax it in, 5)online. Place your ad today. Phone 541-883-2292, Fax 541882-7716.

Shasta Glen Manufactured Home Park Has a space to move your home to. $290 per space includes water and sewer. Newer park with carports and/or garages and each space accommodates a double wide.


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cell 541-891-0397 Mike Rawson Owner CCB#169865

Shelley Conrad 541-891-4494 Broker

Donnie Miller 541-281-7440 Broker

Lisa Stewart 541-891-2700 Principal Broker

Debra Gisriel, Principal Broker/Owner

Gregg Sherrill 541-891-3780 Broker

Ask For Andy Erickson (541) 883-7701

Applications being accepted for 3 bedroom, 2 bath mobile home. Available now! Beautiful view of mountain, rivers and farm land. Very quiet. Storage area, wood stove and electric heat, water paid. Laundry room w/ hook-ups, dishwasher, lots of cabinets and closets. Out in the country 4 miles outside of Keno. No smoking $700 + $800 dep. References & background check required. Pets negotiable with non-refundable fee. 541-883-7294 Leave message with your phone number.


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Hot Springs area 1100 sq. ft. Take Main St. past Crater Lake Parkway, right to 109 Laguna. 2 bedroom, 1 bath. New gas range, refrigerator, microwave, garbage disposal, new carpet, tile. New natural gas heater. Large laundry room with washer/dryer, hook-ups. Attached storage shed. $650 + deposit Owners 530-605-1245


Furnished 2 bedroom duplex includes all furnishings. Quiet, good neighborhood. Water & sewer included. $895/$650 541-882-8543 0162

Hwy 62 near Agency Lake. 3 bedrooms, two baths. Beautiful grounds 8 acres, two corrals, detached garage, car port, covered deck. $800/month. 541-7830914,




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Rent, Lease or Possible Owner Carry. Move-in ready. Remodeled. 3 bedroom, double car garage, fenced yard, 1/3 acre, corner lot. Chiloquin. $700/month plus st 1 , Last, Security










Fenced, Cross Fenced, Over an Acre Ready for Your Horse All custom and beyond, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, approx. 1,450 sq. ft. Hardwood and tile floors, Tiled showers, Central Vac, Cert. Wood Stove, High efficient Furnace, Water heater. Huge walk in closet, storage building 7' x 24', 36' x 30' shop, 12' x 12' door with opener, 220 power, 24' X 8' insulated office. On quiet street. Utility's only average $70 $159,000


1995 Fleetwood


3 bedroom, 2 bath Double wide Lots of storage Good floor plan In good condition Freshly painted

12238 Jennie Drive

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4 bedroom, 2 bath ranch home in Midland with den. Recently remodeled with vinyl windows, cement siding, new paint, newer roof. New remodeled den and bedroom.

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Motivated Seller PRICE REDUCED! $168,000

WOW New Price!!! Space #9, $24,900

Covered porch and rear covered patio.

MLS 83453

4661 Boardman Call for instant showing. Possible rent to own with $15,000 down.

Call Dan Bailey 541-883-5867


Rookstool Moden Realty LLC

1998 Champion 3 bedroom 2 bath New carpet, new vinyl, new paint throughout inside Excellent condition

Licensed in Oregon

Space #81 Wow! New Price! $23,900 Owner will carry with 10% down. Can be seen at Aspen Mobile Village 3950 Homedale Road a Family Park 541-884-4282



220 Mortimer 3 bedroom 1 bath house for sale

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MOVE-IN READY! 3 Bdrm / 1 Bath Home with partially fenced yard in the suburbs Updates throughout, Paint, Carpet, Vinyl Windows,Gas Heat


L E K C I D E N I 1 F I S N S O I A T CL C Deadline Johnson Builders SE

Great rental or starter home. Newer roof, new interior paint and carpet. Vinyl windows, fenced backyard, electric heat and natural gas is available. Close to downtown in a nice neighborhood setting. MLS # 82051 just reduced, possible owner financing.


Call Dan Bailey with Exit Rookstool Realty at 541-883-5867

2000 Marlette, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 1,234 sq. ft.

RARE Small acreage in town 1.73 acres180' frontage, over 420' deep Remodeled home (in progress) 1,600 square feet 3 bedroom, 1 bath Huge attic room, gas fireplace.

Motivated Seller $56,500 MLS – 80869

Call Donna Brasiel 541-591-1194 Licensed Oregon Broker Rookstool Modern Realty, LLC Call for Appointment

New- electric, plumbing, windows, siding, roof, cabinets, furnace, hot water tank, tub, etc. BUY IT NOW S choose colors OU & flooring.

4647 Winter Ave #42

Needs new underlayment, carpet & vinyl, some sheet rock. $12,000.

Home must remain in park, S possibleUowner contract.


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SHASTA COUNTY One Plus Acre with old 10' x 50' mobile home, trees, view, power available, near upper Sacramento River, end of paved road, $1,900 down, $445.20 / month ($39,900 Cash Price) ALSO 1.7 Acres on paved road, OWC – OWNER 530-605-8857




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Marshall Electric Guitar Amplifier, Series MG30DFX, w/ Reverb Delay, Chorus, Flange and FDD. Excellent Condition, Reduced $150 Now $100. 541-545-6827

OFFICE EQUIPMENT Panasonic plain paper fax, copier, phone, $15. 541-545-6827

7.0 Acres Commercial/Residential Over 3,800 sf including finished garage, apartment and main building (ideal for a Pizza Restaurant), room for expansion. $279,000 Action Realty 541-884-3367

Large Female Pit Bull, Very Loveable, Good Watchdog, Fixed and Has All Shots, Indoor Dog, $50, AND “Toy” Chihuaha Puppy, Female, Will Get No Larger Than 4 lbs., $250 Call 541-281-7984.

Wolf-Husky Pups, Gentle, Playful; Female Pure Siberian Husky Pup, $400 each, 541-977-7019 Prineville

4-year old Miniature Pincher, has all shots. Cute and well cared for. Looking for a new home, $50. 541-884-9494 Before 7pm

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


Need money for Christmas? Sell your unused items fast in The Nickel. 541-883-2292.

RECYCLE! Find Out Today How You Can Help.

Making a List? Checking it Twice? No matter if they are Naughty Store Hours: Mon-Sat. 10-6 Now through December 24th or Nice, “The Store You Can’t Ignore” find the perfect gift at Antique, Craft and Keeper’s Corner! Collectible Mall

195 East Main St. • Klamath Falls • 541-273-7553

When Every Nickel Counts, Count on Just In Time For Christmas! Female Purebred Chihuahua, 7 Weeks Old, No Shots, No Papers, $150. 541-892-0914

It’s all in here - The Nickel!

Danielle Mays Display Account Executive

cell: (541)331-0656 | desk: (541)850-6334

CLASSIFIED The Marketplace of the Community

Christmas Trees From $14.99 and up

Corner of Del Fatti & Hwy 97 10 am to 9 pm or call 541-205-8639 after hours

Delivery Available Bouncy House Free Hot Chocolate & Coffee Save 15% off your purchase with this ad.

Ask For Andy Erickson (541) 883-7701

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(“Chief” - 10 Mos -Boy) PLEASE MAKE ADOPTION YOUR FIRST OPTION! See More Pets at YOUR ANIMAL SHELTER 4240 Washburn Way Mon – Sat 10:00 – 4:00 and our FaceBook page! HELP A PET Be a Monthly Supporter Through your Automatic Bill Pay, by Mail, or PayPal at

YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE Your donations are the ONLY Source of Funding for Pet Care. PLEASE Send Your HELP to: Klamath Animal Shelter

P.O. Box 482 Because Pets Need YOU! Klamath Falls, OR 97601

Pets Thank You! 541-884-PETS (884-7387)

Does your doggie have anxiety about getting groomed? Does he have a disability-(bone / hip probs, Diabetes, Arthritis, etc?) Does your doggie get stressed / scared easily? Are you tired of the long hrs. your doggie spends in a salon? Do you like your dog crated & kenneled all day? Do you feel nervous leaving your baby at the groomers? I'm here to take all of those fears away! I offer a personal, home atmosphere complete with a large backyard. I have love & compassion for your special friend. December Winter Specials! Reservations being taken, limited availability, so call me now! No Walk-ins, Appointments only please.

The Pet Experts! Since 1975 WE'RE ALL ABOUT PETS.

ENJOY THE BEST Shopping & Prices Boarding & Day Care Grooming & K-9 U-Bathe Pet Foods, Toys, Treats, Supplies & Pet Gifts Dog Training Classes that are FUN for you and your K-9 Friend! Kindergarten Puppy Class Super Puppy Class Beginning Class Off-Leash Control Class AKC Star Puppy Program AKC K-9 Good Citizen AKC Rally and Obedience Agility Classes Private Lessons Behavior Solutions DOUBLE – C Here for you and your Very Important Pets! Bring your pet and PAWS TODAY!

Call Katie 541-591-6477 Don't forget to ask me why I have the lowest prices in town!!

4141 Washburn Way (541)882-K9K9

Classified Deadline is Tuesday @ 11:00 am. Place your ad early to avoid the Tuesday rush.

Help the Pet Population Problem! Have your Pet Spayed or Neutered!

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2013 HOLIDAY CANNED FOOD DRIVE December 3 – 18

You can Foster the “SPIRIT OF GIVING” by donating items such as canned food, noodles, mac-n-cheese, cereal,etc. Monetary Donations are also accepted. Drop-offs may be made at:


Where: Applebee's Klamath Falls When: Saturday, Jan. 11, '14 Time: 8 - 10am Cost: $7 for pancakes, eggs, sausage, juice & coffee

Bonanza Lions Club Annual Crab Feed

For more information, please call: 541-783-3915 or visit

Saturday, February 8th At South Poe Valley Grange Hall Tickets are $40 & must be purchased in advance There will be a Feeds at 4pm and 7pm Children 12 & under admitted at 4pm feed for $15. We Will Be Serving All-You-Can-Eat Fresh Picked Crab, Cole Slaw, Potato Salad & Rolls. Wine & Beer will also be Included. Profits go back into the Bonanza Community to help our Students (Five $1500 Scholarships have already been given this year!) & local citizens w / eyeglasses, hearing aids & others in emergency situations. For Information Contact: Clyde Gillam-541-545-6294 Bob Collom-541-545-6705


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ROOSEVELT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL will be assisting the Klamath – Lake Counties Food Bank with their annual food drive!

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Victor Jackson

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Display Account Executive

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Professional Chimney Cleaning

369 S. Sixth St. (541) 576-4547

Save Your Cans for KU Cheer! KLAMATH UNION CHEERLEADERS are having a

PANCAKE BREAKFAST When: Saturday, Dec. 14 8 am – 10 am Where: Applebees's 2750 Campus Dr.

Donate your recyclable cans, glass & plastic bottles Call Paulette at 925-325-2739 to arrange pick up. Donations accepted!

Fred Daum, D.M.D.

Brighten Your Smile for the Holidays!

All proceeds go towards travel expenses.

Tickets: $7 per person Call 541-331-2542 or 541-331-8333 to purchase your ticket. KU Cheer receives $5 for each ticket sold.

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

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.

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Need extra cash? Let us sell your RV, Horse Trailer, Stock Trailer or Utility Trailer you no longer need. We will show it, advertise it, and get the best possible price.

Cash For Cars

(541) 324-3076 224 S. Broad St. Klamath Falls, OR

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The Marketplace of the Community

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Want To Earn Cash Now? Same Day Pay Outs!!!!

SPORTING GOODS New Huffy Mountain Bike, Adult Size, Never Been Used, Gift ???, $75, 541-891-8223.

WANTED $ CASH FOR $ Ammunition


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The Hours Are Flexible And Part-Time.

Super Savings in K-Falls! Conveniently located right next door to Diamond Home Improvement on South 6th Street!


ACROSS 1. 5. 10. 15. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 25. 27. 28. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 37. 38. 41. 42. 45. 47. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 55. 56. 57. 59. 60. 61. 62.

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Open Monday-Saturday 10am-5pm 63. 64. 66. 67. 70. 71.

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NEW Pocketed Coil Queen Sets $499 NEW Gel Memory Foam Queen Sets $599 NEW Pocketed Coil King Sets $699 NEW Gel Memory Foam King Sets $799 WOW! Tons of Twins & Fulls at super low prices! BIG City

As is, cash & carry.

You could earn $600 - $800 per month

51. Persian wheel 54. Claim on property 55. Lesions 56. Like onyx and sardonyx 58. Plant fiber 59. Cushiony 60. “King --” 62. Country bordering Togo 63. Snorkel of comics 64. Cincture 65. Old Hebrew measure 66. Showed 67. Dudley or Demi 68. Wipe off 69. Challenges 71. Calyx part 72. Theme park attraction 75. Liability 76. Some bus riders 78. Fought 80. Down source 81. Prince on a stage 84. Basswood 86. Flow swiftly 87. -- Minor 89. Rutabaga 90. Strains 91. Not widespread 92. Become 93. Husband of Emilia 94. Blackthorn 95. Blend 96. River in England 97. Zen riddle 98. Tiny colonists 99. Sine -- non 100. Spot on a card 102. XXV + XVI

To Become An Independent Sales Contractor Contact The Sales Manager Daniel Sanders Email: dsanders@ Leave messages at 541-885-4482

PROFESSIONAL EQUIPMENT GROCERY STORE CLOSING Market at Running Y is selling all NSF wire shelving, displays, coolers, freezers, soft-serve machine, microwave, etc. 541 273-7246 5416 Running Y Rd

The Nickel office is located at 2117 South 6th Street.

Reloading Supplies Reloading Equipment Firearms 541-891-7600 Disabled and have to drive with hand controls. Looking for an electric seat for a Ford Explorer at an affordable price, 715-701-3432. WANTED: Chainsaw, Larger Size Preferrably, Will Trade For Wood, 541-671-8986. We Buy Non–Operating Flat Panel TVs. Must Be Complete With Remote & Stand, Will Pay $5 - $40, 541-273-7349

YARD & GARDEN Snapper 24" Heavy Duty Snow Thrower, 8HP-Tecumseh engine, model No. 8246, Part No. 84924, Asking $750. 541-539-9341

T he Nicke l se 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.

CROSSWORD THEME X-Factors by James Barrick

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CRAFTSMAN 26" SNOWBLOWER Like new condition 2011 Craftsman model 247.889 Includes: - 208cc OHV engine - 8 speed trans - Used only 8 hours

For Your Hunter: From Turkey Vests to Name Brand Youth Overalls Keeper's Corner 195 E. Main (Upstairs to the Right)

$550 (a steal compared to new Sears price of $899) Will Deliver to Klamath Falls Area Contact Number: 520-235-7146 (cell)


21ST ANNUAL BUFFALO HUNT Raffle. Troy Lions club at Whitepine Ranch. Guaranteed trophy bull package: hunt, meat, hide, head, horns. $5 ticket, drawing December 31, 2013, hunt January 2014. Order on-line; By Mail Box 11, Troy, Idaho 83871; By Telephone: 208-835-TROY, Visa / MC.

WATERFOWL HUNTERS Avery Quickset Boat Blind for 14' boat. Blind materiel and clamp on framework, dead grass pattern. $500.00 OBO. Jackass Motorlift for 25 HP motor. $150.00 OBO. Both in great condition. 951-243-4572 Anytime.

Camp Trailer, $150 Needs TLC! 1964 Dodge 1-Ton Dump Truck, $600 Trash Trailer, $300 Woodsplitter, $300 541-884-9494 (Before 7 pm)

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#2 Montgomery extended chain plus drags, $10, #3 double long springs, $10, 541-783-2450 or 541-891-2217.


2117 South 6th Street

Cash For Cars


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Any Make, Any Model

1989 Evinrude VRO 90 hp outboard motor with auto trim & tilt, includes controls. Runs great, $1,200 obo. 541-545-6827

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Listen to your

Hurry! Ad deadline is Tuesday at 11:00 am.

heartbeat and dance.


Beverly Schuster Display Account Executive


Cash For Cars

Ask For Andy Erickson Any Make, Any Model (541) 883-7701

cell: (541)331-0657 | desk: (541)850-6332

The Marketplace of the Community

Emergency and Social Service Contact Numbers


EmErgEncy Only . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .


Sheriff Office Business . . . . . . . . . . . . 541-883-5130 city Police non-emergency . . . . . . . . 541-883-5336

Domestic Crisis Services

Klamath crisis center . . . . . . . . . . . . 541-884-0390 Domestic Violence crisis line (24 hr) 541-884-0390 rape crisis line (24 hr) . . . . . . . . . . . 541-884-0390

Emergency Social Services

Klamath Falls gospel mission . . . . . . 541-882-4895 Klamath/lake county Food Bank . . . 541-882-1223 Oregon Human Development corp . . . 541-883-7186 Salvation Army . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 541-884-7778 Integral youth Services . . . . . . . . . . . . 541-882-2053 community Point of contact . . . . . . . . . . .541-885-4929 Street Outreach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 541-850-7385

Health Services

Poison center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-800-222-1222 American red cross Klamath/lake chapter . . . . . . . . . . . . 541-884-4125 Klamath county Public Health . . . . . .541-882-8846 Salvation Army . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 541-884-7778 Safenet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-800-723-3638 Alcoholics Anonymous/Al-Anon Hotline . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 541-883-4970 narcotics Anonymous Hotline . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-888-518-8166 gambling Hotline . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-800-233-8479 Oregon gambling Help line . . . . . . 1-877-2SToPNoW Sky lakes medical center 2885 Daggett Ave . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 541-882-6311 mental Health Division . . . . . . . . . . . . 541-882-7291

Community Resources

Klamath co Veterans Service Office . 541-883-4274 Disabled American Veterans . . . . . . . 541-884-9125 Senior center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .541-883-7171 Department of Human Services Self-Sufficiency . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 541-883-5511 Humane Society - Klamath Animal Shelter 500 miller Island rd . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .541-882-1119 Oregon road conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 511 Out of State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-588-2941 In State Only . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-800-977-6368 california road conditions Out of State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 916-445-7623 In State Only . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-800-427-7623 Dog control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 541-882-1279

Utility Emergency Numbers

Avista Utilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-800-227-9187 Pacific Power . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-877-548-3768 city of Klamath Falls Utilities Water & Sewer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 541-883-5301 Amerigas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-800-414-3675

2117 South 6th Street Klamath Falls, OR 97601 541-883-2292 • FAX 541-882-7716


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.)



Mike's RV & Eddy's Great Outdoors

$ CASH $

Parts, Repairs, Storage, Consignments Wanted We sell your used RV at no cost to you! We can haul to lot. Black Friday Sale on new enclosed cargo trailers to Dec. 24th. Reduced to $25 over our cost. 40 new cargos due in by Dec. 24th. 4x6 - $1234, 5x8 - $1738 6x10 - $2135, 6x12 - $2198 7x14 - $3468, 7x16 - $3825 8x16 - $4078, 8-1/2x20$5144, 8-1/2x22 – $5493 8-1/2x24 - $5737 26' snow trailer, $8165.25 All parts plus labor will be discounted 10% with this ad now through Feb. 1. Leer Canopy Sale, free installation plus carpet headliner through Jan 8th. 24' used trailer, $2,500 or live in and pay off like rent, $425/month. Space, trailer, w/s, electric included. 8 motorhomes $795 & up Big selection used trailers 30' BP Rambler, $3995 1998 Thor 5th w/slide, $4995 Open utility trailers $125 & up or new $695 & up. Carports 12x21 start at $795 delivered/set up. Happy New Year to all! See at Mike Eddy's RV where storage & consignments are appreciated. Open Mon – Fri, 8am-5pm Sat & Sunday, 10am-3pm 7350 Southside Bypass 541-273-1111, 281-0146

AUTO PARTS & ACCESSORIES Automotive manuals; Toyota Celica / Supra 1971 – 84 & Honda Accord 1976 – 83, $5 each. 541-545-6827 Cash Paid For used tires, wheels, and batteries. Turn Thom Tire Factory 2052 Washburn Way Next to Bi-Mart

BaSiC VehiCle aD: $11 for 1 week, $21 for 3 weeks, $36 for 4 weeks. includes border, 3-50 lines, New Today banner (no photo.)

Running boards for SUV or pickups, partially chrome, never used, $450. 541-887-0707

Real eSTaTe FOR Sale & ReNTalS: ask your Classified ad-visor for our new great pricing. PiCTuRe ClaSSiFieD Monday, 5:30pm.


ONliNe PlaCeMeNT Monday, 5:30pm.


WeBSiTe ChaRGe: included in pricing. aDDiTiONal ChaRGeS FOR: bold words, color, underline, italics, additional photos.

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.

Dead Cars 541-882-7978 or

541-885-2457 1103

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Ham & Brie Crostini Ingredients: 1 Tbsp. olive oil 1⁄8 tsp. salt 1⁄8 tsp. pepper 12 slices French bread baguette (1⁄2” thick) 12 thin slices Kentucky Legend Ham 6 oz. Brie cheese, cut into 12 slices 3 Tbsp. raspberry preserves Directions: Mix salt and pepper with olive oil. Brush baguette slices on both sides. Place on a baking sheet. Broil for 1–2 minutes on each side or until toasted. Top each slice with raspberry preserves, cheese and ham. Broil 3–4 inches from the heat for 2–3 minutes or until cheese is melted. Makes 12 servings.

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Help With Baking Your Holiday Treats Is Just A Phone Call Away (NAPS)—Whether following a treasured family recipe or trying something new, many newcomers mistakenly see baking as an intimidating challenge. Fortunately, thanks to a professionally staffed holiday baking hotline, you’ll never have to tackle these tasks on your own again. The baking hotline is staffed by trusted, test-kitchen experts who are ready to answer your baking questions throughout the holiday season and the entire year. The holiday hotline number is 1-866-430-KARO and is open from 9 a.m.–4 p.m. CT, Monday through Friday. To add to your collection of holiday recipes, here is one for Mini Apple Pies that can be given as gifts and one for Sour Cream Rolls that are sure to become a family favorite.

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Yield: 6 pies Mini pies are all the rage! Prep Time: 30 minutes Bake Time: 20 to 25 minutes Crust 11⁄4 cups all-purpose flour 3⁄4 teaspoon salt 1⁄3 cup Mazola® Corn Oil 3 tablespoons cold water Apple Filling 4 to 5 large apples, peeled, cored Holiday pies, oh my. Sharing the recipe for these Mini Apple Pies as a gift is sure to be a big hit this holiday season. and chopped (about 6 cups) 1⁄3 cup sugar 1 tablespoon Argo Corn Starch 2 teaspoons Spice Islands Ground Saigon Cinnamon 1 tablespoon Karo® Dark Corn Syrup 2 tablespoons apple juice 6 wide-mouthed, 1⁄2-pint jelly jars 1 teaspoon sugar

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stir. Add liquids all at once to flour mixture. Stir with a fork until just moistened. Form dough into a ball. Roll between 2 sheets of waxed paper, forming a 14x 12-inch rectangle. Note: Dampen work area by wiping with a wet dishcloth to prevent wax paper from slipping. Place waxed paper–covered crust on a baking sheet and refrigerate until ready to use. For filling: Combine apples, sugar, corn starch, cinnamon, corn syrup and apple juice in a large bowl. Mix until all apples are coated. Spray inside of jar with cooking spray. Portion apples into jars, filling to the top. Remove top layer of waxed paper from pie crust. Cut a circle the size of the jar (the jar lid makes a great template). Cut out center of crust with a small decorative cookie cutter. Carefully peel crust from waxed paper and place on filling. Repeat with remaining jars. (Only about half of the crust will be used. Place in a large plastic bag to freeze for later use.) Sprinkle pies with 1 teaspoon sugar. Place pies on a baking sheet. Bake for 20 to 25 minutes until crust is lightly browned and apples are tender. Freezer Tip: Place lid on unbaked pies and freeze. To bake, remove from freezer and remove lid. Place in cold oven and bake for 40 to 45 minutes at 400˚ F.

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Prep Time: 15 minutes Rise Time: 1 hour Bake Time: 15 to 18 minutes Makes 12 rolls 2½ cups all-purpose flour 2 tablespoons sugar 1 envelope Fleischmann’s® RapidRise Yeast 1 teaspoon salt 3⁄4 cup sour cream 1⁄4 cup water 2 tablespoons butter or margarine 1 egg

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Combine 11⁄4 cups flour, su­gar, undissolved yeast, and salt These Sour Cream Rolls are sure to become family holiday favorites. in a large mixer bowl. Heat sour cream, water and butter until very warm (120˚ to 130˚ F). Add to flour mixture. Beat 2 minutes at me­dium speed of electric mixer, scraping bowl oc­ca­sionally. Add egg and re­­maining 1¼ cups flour to make a soft batter. Spoon evenly into 12 greased (21⁄2-inch) muffin cups. Cover; let rise until doubled in size, about 1 hour. Bake at 400˚ F for 15 to 18 minutes or until golden brown. Remove from pans; cool on wire rack. For more seasonal recipes and baking tips, visit www.Breadworld. com and

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For More-Marvelous Mashed Potatoes (NAPS)—Here’s a quick tip for a delicious dish: Slow cook your mashed potatoes. Slow cookers save time, energy and space in the kitchen. They’re particularly helpful during holidays, when extra stove top and oven space are in high demand. Slow cookers actually save you time because there’s no need for constant attention or frequent stirring and there’s minimal cleanup. Here’s one slow-cooker mashed Idaho® potatoes recipe that could fast become a family favorite:

Slow-Cooked Mashed Potatoes Approximately eight cups

3 pounds Idaho® potatoes, peeled and cut into 1-inch cubes 11⁄3 cups water ½ cup (1 stick) butter, divided 1 teaspoon salt or to taste ½ teaspoon black pepper or to taste 1 cup whole milk

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Coat a 3½–4-quart slow cooker with cooking spray. Add potatoes and pour water over potatoes, Add room-temperature butter and milk to your potatoes for a rich creamy taste and texture. stir, cover and cook on high setting 3 hours or until potatoes are tender. Reduce heat to low, add all but 1 tablespoon of the butter, salt and pepper. Using a potato masher or a handheld electric mixer, beat on medium speed until potatoes are thoroughly mashed (while potatoes are in the slow cooker). Slowly add the milk and beat until creamy; do not overbeat or they will be stiff and have a “gummy” texture. Quality Service that will keep Place the remaining 1 tablespoon butter in a small microwave bowl and cook on high setting 25–30 you running back! seconds or until just melted. Drizzle evenly over potatoes.


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Perfecting The Classic Pecan Pie (NAPS)—Time spent sharing a traditional holiday treat with family and friends can be a wonderful way to sweeten your day. Here, for Thanksgiving, is a Classic Pecan Pie recipe created by the trusted experts at Karo Syrup’s Test Kitchen. Plus, for a definite crowd-pleaser at any family gathering, try this Creamy Caramelized Onion and Bacon Dip, delicious and easy to serve with kettle chips, snack crackers or fresh vegetables. For more seasonal recipes and tips, visit or

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Preheat oven to 350° F. Mix corn syrup, eggs, sugar, butter and vanilla using a spoon. Stir in pecans. Pour filling into pie crust. Bake on center rack of oven for 60 to 70 minutes. Cool for 2 hours on wire rack before serving. *To use prepared frozen pie crust: Place cookie sheet in oven and preheat oven as directed. Pour filling into frozen crust and bake on preheated cookie sheet. Recipe Note: Pie is done when center reaches 200° F. Tap center surface of pie lightly—it should spring back when done. For easy cleanup, spray pie pan with cooking spray before placing pie crust in pan. If pie crust is overbrowning, cover edges with foil.

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ounces bacon (6 to 8 strips) tablespoons butter medium-sweet onion, chopped medium red onion, chopped tablespoons Karo® Dark Corn Syrup tablespoon red wine vinegar cup sour cream package (8 ounces) cream cheese, softened cup diced green onions Crumbled bacon and green onions (optional garnish)

Cook bacon in large skillet over medium heat until crisp, about 10 minutes. Remove bacon to paper towel–lined plate to cool; crumble. Remove all but 2 tablespoons of the bacon grease from skillet. Add butter to skillet with bacon grease. Stir in sweet and red onions and cook over medium heat until soft (about 5 minutes), stirring frequently. Stir in 1 tablespoon corn syrup. Continue to cook for 10 to 15 minutes until onions are caramelized. Stir in remaining 1 tablespoon corn syrup, vinegar and crumbled bacon. Mix well and remove from heat. If needed, drain any excess grease. Let mixture cool for 20 minutes. Beat sour cream and cream cheese in a bowl with hand mixer until well blended and creamy. Stir in green onions. Stir in caramelized onion and bacon mixture and mix well. Serve immediately or chill until ready to serve. Garnish with additional bacon and green onions, if desired. Recipe Note: While dark corn syrup is preferred, light corn syrup may be This Creamy Caramelized Onion and Bacon Dip is a crowd-pleaser at substituted if desired. any family gathering.

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These Decadent Cookies Are Also Gluten-Free (NAPS)—If you think all gluten-free cookies are also taste-free and serious—think again. Here’s a recipe for delicious gluten-free cookies that contain pistachios—the happy nut—white chocolate and maraschino cherries. The recipe was created by Carol Kicinski, a professional re­c­ipe developer, Editor-in-Chief of Simply Gluten-Free magazine ­( and TV chef. Many bakers are known to use maraschino cherries to add color and flavor to cookies, cakes and other dishes. That’s why it’s common to find a jar or two in their pantries. That way, the cherries are available when the inspiration strikes.

Gluten-Free Cherry Pistachio White Chocolate Chip Cookies

1 cup (2 sticks) unsalted butter, softened ½ cup granulated sugar ½ cup light brown sugar, packed 2 large eggs 1 tablespoon heavy cream 2 teaspoons pure vanilla extract 2 cups pastry-quality all-purpose gluten-free flour 1 teaspoon baking powder ¼ teaspoon kosher salt 15 maraschino cherries—stems removed, patted dry and chopped ½ cup shelled pistachios, chopped 6 ounces good-quality white chocolate chips


Preheat the oven to 350° F. Line 2 baking sheets with parchment paper or silicon baking mats. Cream the butter with the two sugars in a mixer. Beat in the eggs, one at a time, beating until each egg is fully incorporated. Add the cream and vanilla and mix well. Combine the flour, baking powder and salt in a mixing bowl and whisk together. Add to the butter and sugar mixture and beat just until combined. With a spatula, scrape the bottom and sides of the mixing bowl to make sure all

ingredients are thoroughly combined. Add the chopped cherries, pistachios and white chocolate chips and fold in. Drop spoonfuls of the cook­ie dough onto the prepared baking sheets. Gently flatten the cookies. Bake for 10–12 minutes or until lightly browned. Let cool on the baking sheet for 5 minutes, then remove to a wire rack to finish cooling. Servings A gluten-free recipe that makes about 36 cookies, depending on the size.



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Preheat oven to 350 F. Line a pan with aluminum foil, place the pork chops on the pan and drizzle with the cooking oil to coat. Make sure that the oil covers the whole pork chop to prevent burning. When the oven is preheated, put in the pork chops and bake them for 30 minutes. While the pork chops are cooking, combine the peanut butter, chili powder, vinegar, milk, and salt in a small dish. Whisk together to emulsify. Remove the pork chops from the oven and evenly distribute the sauce between both chops, brushing on in an even layer. Put the pork chops back in the oven for 10 more minutes to finish cooking and to allow the sauce to thicken.

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Holiday menu planning for first-time hosts Novice holiday hosts often have a lot on their plates. Whether hosting family or friends or a combination of both, first-time hosts typically want to impress their guests while ensuring they get enough to eat and have an enjoyable evening. Since dinner is such a big part of holiday gatherings, hosts often place extra emphasis on what to serve, and that can be tricky when this is the first time they are hosting.

When planning the menu for your holiday soiree, consider the following tips. • Get a head count. Though other factors will influence what to serve, the size of your guest list may ultimately dictate what to serve. For example, a small gathering of four to five people will likely rule out turkey, as even a small turkey will prove too much effort and produce too much extra food. On the same note, a small dish like lasagna might not be doable for a larger crowd, as it will force you to prepare multiple entrees, which means more time in the kitchen juggling the various cooking duties and less time with your guests. Once you have confirmed just how many guests you will be hosting, you can then choose a main course that suits the size of your guest list. • Decide which type of party you want to host. The type of party you want to host also will influence what you serve. A formal gathering should include an appetizer, a main course and a dessert, including both caffeinated and decaffeinated coffees. A less formal gathering gives hosts more leeway. For example, whereas a formal gathering may include soup as an appetizer, hosting a less formal gathering allows hosts to put out some snacks or bread for guests to whet their appetites before everyone sits down for the meal. The more formal the gathering, the more formal the menu. Hosts of less formal gatherings may even want to host a holiday pot luck buffet, inviting guests to bring a favorite dish or side dish while the hosts take care of the main course. • Ask guests if they have any dietary restrictions. Upon being invited to a holiday dinner, some invitees may let hosts know if they have any food allergies or medical conditions that restrict which foods they can eat. Solicit such information from all of your guests, and do your best to cater to each of your guests’ needs. Some guests might be on a gluten-free diet while others may need to limit their sodium intake. You might not be able to meet everyone’s demands. Let guests know if they should bring an appropriate snack if you cannot provide one for them. • Include traditional holiday fare. People have grown to expect certain things from holiday meals, be it sweet potatoes on Thanksgiving, brisket for Chanukah or holiday cookies or even eggnog at Christmas parties. When planning the menu, be sure to include at least one of these traditional items, even asking guests for suggestions. Such fare will give the party a genuine holiday feel, and guests will appreciate seeing some items on your dinner table they have enjoyed at their own holiday celebrations over the years. • Don’t overdo it. First-time hosts want to ensure everyone gets enough to eat, so it’s easy to overdo things and prepare too much food. This can be expensive, and guests may feel obligated to overeat so hosts don’t have to discard any of the food they worked so hard to prepare. Though it might once have been a holiday tradition to overeat, many men and women now prefer moderation, and hosts should keep that in mind when preparing their holiday meals. Hosting a holiday dinner for the first time can be nerve-wracking.But there are a variety of steps first-timers can take when preparing their menus to come off looking like old pros.

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Enjoy The Holidays Even More With These Time And Money-Saving Tips (NAPS)—More, more, more! While the holiday season should beckon a spirit of joy, it can become stressful with increased demands on our time and money. But holiday traditions don’t have to exhaust our energy and financial resources. Sometimes, less is more. The experts at Grocery Outlet Bargain Market can help you trim time and money spending, so you can focus on what’s more important.

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• Prioritize your commitments. The festivities are endless, but an overcommitted holiday calendar can bring out the Scrooge in anyone. Make a list of the holiday traditions that are most important to you and your family. Then cut the list in half and focus on the traditions that make you happy. • Limit shopping time. Forget those aimless shopping excursions and schedule only one day to complete all your holiday gift shopping. Make a list and stick to one theme for all gifts to make it easier to choose. For example, everyone on your list gets a book, or a game, or a specialty food item. • Make hostess duties easier. The experts at Grocery Outlet Bargain Market suggest asking your guests to contribute an appetizer, side dish or dessert to the big meal. You can focus on the turkey or ham and spend less time in the kitchen. To avoid last-minute hostess stress, set your table two days before with a non-perishable centerpiece. Include empty serving dishes and utensils, labeled according to intended foods, so your helpers can assemble the feast.

Tips For Saving Money

• Give gifts from the heart. Reduce your gift budget with homemade treats and gifts of your time. Consider framed photos from your digital archives, children’s artwork for grandparents, homemade cookies, or a coupon for petsitting. • Start early. The earlier you start shopping, the more you can take advantage of sales and the less inclined you’ll be to overspend out of desperation. • Shop smart. Take inventory and shop your cupboards before you buy anything. Then, shop discount retailers first, such as Grocery Outlet, where you can find brand-name items for 40–70 percent less. Find the location nearest you at • Utilize social media. Take advantage of offers on social media sites. For example, followers of Grocery Outlet’s Facebook page ( get shopping tips and notice of sales not found elsewhere. • Utilize leftovers. Save money and time by planning meals that make the most of leftovers, such as the following recipe.

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Preheat the oven to 400° F. In a large heavy skillet or saucepan, melt the butter over medium heat. Add the onion and carrots, and cook until soft and golden. Sprinkle in the flour and cook for an additional minute, then whisk in the stock vigorously to avoid any lumps. Whisk in the milk and bring to a simmer, then turn the heat to low and cook until thick but still saucy, stirring often, for 5–10 minutes. Stir in the turkey and peas, then season to taste with salt and pepper. Arrange six ramekins on a baking sheet. Spoon the filling into the ramekins. Roll out the biscuits to fit the top of the pot pies and cover each rame­kin. Bake until the crust is golden and the filling is bubbling, about 20 minutes.

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Try Delicious Duck Bacon For Breakfast (NAPS)—For a breakfast, brunch or light lunch with a twist, try a decadent French toast stuffed with Brie cheese and duck bacon. Easy to make and elegant to serve, this dish is baked in a hot oven, making it handy for feeding a crowd.

Duck Bacon and Brie Cheese Stuffed French Toast recipe by Celebrity Chef Ben Vaughn Total Time: 30 minutes Serves 4 8 slices day-old bread (sourdough) 4 large eggs, lightly beaten dash salt 2 tablespoons sugar 1⁄2 cup milk 1⁄2 teaspoon vanilla extract 1 ounce of bourbon 8 ounces domestic Brie cheese 12 slices Maple Leaf Farms Duck Bacon, cooked crispy 8 tablespoons melted butter for topping Maple syrup and pow­dered sugar for topping Preheat the oven to 375° F. In a small bowl, beat the eggs with salt, sugar, milk, vanilla and bourbon. Pour into flat-bottomed dish large enough to accommodate a few slices of the bread. Submerge bread slices in the dish to soak up some of the egg mixture. Turn with a spatula and let them soak on the other side, but not too long or they will be too saturated and difficult to handle. Gently remove four soaked bread slices and transfer to a well-buttered baking sheet. Place 2 ounces of cheese on each slice. Add three slices of crispy bacon on top of each cheese portion. Finish by topping with an additional soaked bread slice. Press the filled bread together firmly. Place the sheet pan with the French toast in the preheated oven; bake for 15 to 20 minutes, turning after the first 8–10 minutes to brown on both sides. Serve immediately with melted butter, maple syrup and powdered sugar. Why Duck Bacon? Aside from the great taste, duck bacon from Maple Leaf Farms has 57 percent less fat and 26 percent less sodium than pork bacon. It also doesn’t compromise on taste or texture like other poultry bacon. “It’s a lean and tasty alternative to the standard, overused pork belly bacon,” says celebrity chef Ben Vaughn. The naturally applewood-smoked duck bacon is excellent with eggs, sandwiches, in salads and even in brittle for a sweet and savory snack. Where To Get It You may find duck bacon in the meat case of gourmet grocery stores, at retailers and online at Learn More For additional information, call (800) 348-2812.

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New Year’s Eve is a festive occasion, full of lavish parties or more intimate gatherings at home where food and drink are important components of the celebration. Many people toast the new year with a glass of champagne, but those who would like to buck tradition can raise a glass of any cocktail, including martinis. Though martinis have many incarnations, traditional martinis are made with gin and vermouth and garnished with an olive or lemon twist. Gin is an astringent-tasting liquor made from the juniper berry. Vermouth is a sweet wine that is added to counteract the tartness of the gin. Dry martinis are those that use a minimal amount of vermouth. Because martinis can be an acquired taste, mixologists have breathed life into newer, flavored martinis that use vodka as a base instead of gin. These flavored cocktails have little to do with the traditional martinis but are served in martini glasses and have become quite popular. Serving a nontraditional martini at a party is quite easy to do. Hosts can create a signature flavor to go along with the theme of the event. This way only one selection of ingredients is needed, rather than assembling spirits for a multitude of different martini recipes. Many different martini recipes are available; hosts may find it difficult to settle on one. Here are three recipes that could fit in with a winter or New Year’s Eve theme.

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Shake all ingredients together and strain into a martini glass. Sprinkle with nutmeg and serve.

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ounce citrus vodka ounce orange liqueur ounces pomegranate juice Chopped ice teaspoon lemon juice Lemon slice for garnish

Combine all ingredients in a cocktail shaker. Add ice so that the shaker is about one-third full. Shake for several seconds and strain into a cocktail glass. Garnish with the lemon slice.

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The holiday season is known for many things, not the least of which is all those special treats that find their way onto holiday tables each year. Though moderation should reign when indulging in delicious holiday treats, what would the season be without a few extra cookies and confections? Baking is popular come the holiday season, and the following recipe for “Triple-Chocolate Cookies” from Michael Recchiuti and Fran Gage’s “Chocolate Obsession” (Stewart, Tabori & Chang) is sure to add some joy to an already festive time of year.

7 ounces unbleached all-purpose flour 11/2 ounces unsweetened natural cocoa powder 1/2 teaspoon baking soda 6 ounces unsalted butter with 82 percent butterfat, at room temperature 31/2 ounces granulated cane sugar 41/2 ounces dark brown cane sugar 1/2 teaspoon pure vanilla extract 1/2 Tahitian vanilla bean, split horizontally 1/2 teaspoon fleur de sel in fine grains 3 ounces 41 percent milk chocolate, roughly chopped 3 ounces 65 percent chocolate, roughly chopped

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Preheat the oven to 325 F. Line the bottoms of two 12-by-18 inch sheet pans with parchment paper. Remove the logs from the refrigerator and unwrap them. Using a ruler to guide you and a sharp knife, cut each log into rounds 1/2-inch thick. If the dough crumbles as you cut it, reshape each slice. Place the rounds on the prepared pans, spacing them 11/2 inches apart. Bake on the middle shelves of the oven, rotating the pans 180 degrees halfway through the baking time, until set but soft enough to hold a slight indentation when pressed with a fingertip, about 14 minutes. Let cool completely on the pans on wire racks. Store in an airtight container at room temperature for up to 1 week.

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Sift the flour, cocoa and baking soda together in a bowl. Set aside. Put the butter in the bowl of a stand mixer fitted with the paddle attachment. Beat on medium speed until creamy. Add both sugars and the vanilla extract. Scrape the seeds from the vanilla bean into the bowl. Sprinkle the salt over the top. Beat on medium speed just until combined. Reduce the speed to low. Add the dry ingredients in three additions, pulsing the mixer to incorporate each addition before adding the next one. Pulse just until a crumbly dough forms. Add both chopped chocolates and mix on low speed just until incorporated. Turn the dough out onto a lightly floured work surface. Knead a few times to incorporate any crumbs. Divide the dough in half. Roll each half into a log about 11/4 inches in diameter and 12 inches long. As you roll, gently push the ends toward the center occasionally to prevent air pockets from forming and to keep the logs at an even thickness. Wrap the logs in plastic wrap and refrigerate until firm, at least three hours or up to three days.

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