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FOR SALE- A walking exercise machine Gazelle like new barely used paid $200 asking $75 613-932-7594 Cornwall

FOR SALE- Garmin Etrek Legend Cx GPS, full color display and in very good condition. Comes with manual and CD for trip and waypoint management. Sell for $100.00, photos available. Call me at 613 330-7108

FOR SALE- Thompson Center Venture in .204 Ruger cal., blue w/camo synthetic stock. Come with Redfield 412 x 40 scope and second spare mag. This combo is very accurate and one of the best for coyote hunting, will not cause any damage to the fur with well placed shot. Both purchased new for over $1000 and used very little, like new condition, photos available. Sell for $900, PAL required. Call me at 613 330-7108.

FOR SALE- Lady’s full length raccoon fur coat size 16 excellent condition 613-984-2579 FOR SALEFuel oil tank $100 613-209-4881 North Lancaster




FOR SALE- Full set of Oprah books only sold as a set $80, large size dog kennel $60, large bird cage with accessories $50 call 613-933-9618 Cornwall

FOR SALE- 12-inch Mastercraft drill press asking $250, 2-door bridge asking $250 mint condition negotiable 1-438-828-0097

FOR SALE- Brand new, still in the box, Vtech 2 handset cordless phone system $25 call 613-938-1115

FOR SALE- Artificial Christmas tree with built-in lights & a dehumidifier for more info call 613-363-6669 Cornwall

FOR SALE- Lighted Christmas tree with pedals to change colors excellent condition $40 or best offer 613-935-3164

FOR SALE- 4-ply hand knitted slippers any color any size great gift $6 a pair 613-938-7670 Cornwall

FOR SALE- Like new Rapala Nitro 43cc two stroke 8” power ice auger. Purchased new two years ago and was used once for about ten minutes, has been stored since and is in like new condition. Comes with plastic blade guard. Will sell for $295.00 photos available. Call me at 613-330-7108 Ingleside area

FOR SALE- Tikka T3 Lite Stainless Steel in .270WSM, c/w matching matte silver Leupold 3-9 x 40 scope. Both rifle and scope are in excellent condition. Very accurate combo, great for long range and low light conditions. PAL required. A $1400 + value before taxes, will sell for $950 cash. Also available 3 boxes of Federal Fusion 150 grs ammo for $100.00 cash if you buy the rifle. Photos available, call me at 613 330-7108.

FOR SALE- 4 piece travel bag set. Prize from Sick Kids Lottery. Valued at $125 613-209-4881 North Lancaster

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Vol. 7 #22 - Dec. 1st to Dec. 15th, 2016



by Sylvie Legault

Dealing With Business Slow Downs When times are slow for your business, chances are you won't have the luxury of waiting and seeing if things improve. You'll need to take steps quickly to get back on track.




FOR SALE- Baby sled 32 X 15. $30.00; Childs wooden table and 2 chairs, Crockino board $25.00; 32 cup electric coffee pot $15.00 613-534-8596

FOR SALE- Snow blower Bolens 26-inch wide 2 stages 8HP engine excellent condition asking $450 or best offer 613-984-1227 Finch

WANTED- 60 year old looking for driver’s job delivering auto parts, small deliveries around Quebec border to Cornwall Ontario 1-450-829-2483

FOR SALE- 2 12-volt electric winches 1 2,000 lb., 1 1,500 lb. $50 ea., or best offer, 1 anchor lift for boat deckhand 40 paid $326 plus tax sell for $150, electric 4-ton wood splinter seal leaks a bit but works perfectly try it for yourself $100 613-527-2278 Maxville

FOR SALE- Cabinet oil heater 33,000 BTU $85, 2 kerosene 6,000 BTU heaters $60 ea., small jointer & shapers $50 ea., drafting table $65, 613-347-2078 Bainsville

WANTED- To rent a garage for my convertible for the winter time 613-932-7045

FOR SALE- Lady’s leather brown shoulder bag asking $10, bicycle shorts with back pad size medium matching top size medium never worn asking $30 call 613-933-4903 Cornwall

FOR SALE- Firewood, hardwood $80 per cord 613-577-2388 FOR SALE- Lady’s long red coat pure Virgin wool size 16 to 18 $30 613-931-1037




APPLIANCES FOR SALE- Broan 30 inch almond colour 2 speed, 2 light under cabinet range hood, can be vented or non vented, like new $50.00 613-936-7219 Morrisburg FOR SALE- Danby Diplomat .9 cu.ft. microwave, works perfect, $30.00 613-936-7219 Morrisburg

Add Products And Services During slow times, your very instinct might be to cut corners, but in the case of your catalog of products and services this could spell disaster. Instead, you want to select additions carefully based on the needs and desires of your clients. Think of it this way: let's say you provide web design services. Your client hires you for the design work, then goes elsewhere to get a logo, hosting, and content. Having to hire four different companies just to complete one project is not costeffective or time-efficient for your client. So what if you could offer web design and hosting or web design and everything else necessary as well? Chances are you'd have a definite advantage over your competition. Even if you don't have the skills or ability to handle those aspects of the project, you could team up with other companies like yourself who also want to boost business and give themselves a competitive edge. No matter what product or service you primarily provide, you could find ways to provide additional necessities to your clients. Keep A Positive Attitude Times are hard. Your nerves are on edge. You're feeling the pressure. When a past client calls to ask how things are going, do you tell them the truth and hope they take pity on you? Do you wallow in a self-defeating attitude? NO! If you want to get through the hard times, you have to keep in mind two things:

1) No one is going to do business with a failing company and 2) Hard times are only temporary. Let's think about this. If you called up a company about business and the representative says, "It will be great to be finally getting some new clients" or "Things have been horribly slow around here lately" are you going to trust them with your project? No. The first thing you are going to be wondering is why they haven't been doing well. And that's what your potential clients will wonder about you as well. So how do you keep from breaking down on the phone with your clients? By remembering that business is a cycle and just as things are bad now, they will turn around and you will be doing well again. The only thing permanent is giving up. Market More Business is slow; budgets are tight. So what usually gets trimmed first? Marketing. Do you know what the results are? Disaster! When you conduct marketing, you are not selling yourself to generate business today or even tomorrow. Marketing is an investment in your business's future. In fact, research has shown that most marketing efforts don't pay off for at least six months. So think about that. Let's say you cut back on marketing in June and you weather the economic down cycle, what's going to happen in December? Absolutely nothing! Because all of your potential clients have been won over by the marketing efforts of your competition which were conducted during the summer. Instead of cutting back, a slow down is the time to boost marketing. Get back in touch with past clients, attend seminars, pass out flyers. After all, if work is slow, what else are you going to be spending your time doing?

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FOR SALE- A Canadian stamp collection new and used stamps $2,500 for it 613-362-7125

FOR SALE- Automatic transmission hydraulic Floortec $110, ice auger 4-inch $20, manual lift for ATV blade brand new $40, dimmer switches & signal light flashers best offer, cheap, 2 P175-80-R13 Yokohama Guardex tires $50 for the pair 613-527-2278

FOR SALE- Harley Davidson 1983 XLX 1000 Iron Head with rebuilt motor less 3,000 km asking $4,000 or best offer 613-209-9521

FOR SALE- Paul Gauguin print #3269 'EN QUOI. TU ES JALOUSE’, Pouchkine Musee, Moscow. $100 613-209-4881 North Lancaster

As of November 3rd until December 23rd, we will be open for your shopping needs the following times: MONDAYS, TUESDAYS, WEDNESDAYS, FRIDAYS & SATURDAYS 9 TO 5; THURSDAYS 9 TO 8 CHANGE TIMES We will be closing December 23rd at noon and reopening January 5th at 9

FOR SALE- Brent Townsend print The Algonquin #71 of 303 framed measuring 36 by 29 inches asking $300 613-652-1740 Iroquois WANTEDModel trains- all gages & repairs as well call 613-932-5640 Cornwall



FOR SALEJack Lalane power juicer like new used only twice $60 call 613-931-1037

FOR SALE- Sunbeam stand Mixmaster 4.6 quarts 12-speed 350 watts used only once, still in box, retails at $170 asking for $85 613-362-5700 Cornwall

FOR SALE- Used vacuum cleaners half price all kinds of vacuum bags cleaning out the inventory, open 6 days a week 8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. 613-925-2558 Prescott across from Shoppers

FOR SALE- Fridge GE stainless steel color black $250 or best offer 613-984-1227 Finch

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FOR SALE- Antique dining room set china cabinet a side board 6 chairs & table circa 1939 in good condition $650 negotiable if interested call 613-931-2373 Cornwall

FURNITURE/BEDS FOR SALE- Brown reclining chair $30 613-935-7626 Cornwall

FOR SALE- 2006 PT cruiser power window, power locks AC, 4 cylinders 144,610 km, presafety done, e-test will pass, 4 new winter tires on rims call after 3 p.m. home 613-525-4035, cell to 613-571-6345 FOR SALE- 2005 Kia Spectra 1 owner as is, CD air conditioner rear seats fold 240,000 km $800 or $1,300 with timing new belt, 1998 Mercedes E320 with 8 meg safety & e-tested $3,600, 2002 Jaguar X type medium blue 3L sports car 103,000 km 8 meg 4 by 4 $4,900, 613-347-3994 FOR SALE- Very Rare. 1990 Olds Toronado Trofeo. New transmission,A/C, Michelins, radiator. 3.8 V6, 164,000 Km. Safetied and E-test September 2015. 1000 page GM service manual. $5500. Moved to the country, no place to store. 450-562-0162 Lachute QC

FOR SALE- 2006 Camry 288,000 km summer & winter tires rims, good condition asking $3,900 613-3472078 Bainsville FOR SALE- Project car 1967 Mustang Coop completely torn apart needs to be restored, I have a new hood, trunk lid, door skin, full quarter panels, fender, trunk & floor pans, torque box, & more also a built 289 motor & automatic transmission $4,000 or best offer the motor & transmission can be sold separately 613-932-5197 St. Andrews

PARTS & ACC FOR SALE- 2 snow tire P 2 0 5 - 7 5 - R 1 4 613-984-1227 Finch FOR SALE- Tires P205-55-R16, no rims, set of 4 $300, P215-60R16 95 ice & snow with rims 4 Michelin $500, P205-65-R15 ice & snow with rims set of 5 Nissan $350 613-936-2921


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FOR SALE- Set of used tires 225-75R 17. $50 613-209-4881 North Lancaster

FOR SALE- 4 snow winter tires ice & snow P225-60-R18 Blizzak Bridgestone, 4 tires P255-55-R18 ice & snow Michelin Extreme, 2 tires P245-75-R16 Goodyear, 2 snow & winter tires P205-75R14 best offer 613-984-1227 Finch

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FOR SALE- Ford F150 6.5 ft bed mat original Ford F150 inlay, new condition 1/4 inch rubber $90.00 613-936-7219 Morrisburg FOR SALE- Single axle 16 ft. trailer with new tires all metal $500 613-347-3994




FOR SALE- P275-55R20 inch tires $100 ea., P235-75 R15 4 of them on GM rims $160 for all 4, P275-65-R18 4 of them $200, 2 Ford F150 tailgates 613-932-5197 St. Andrews

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FOR SALE- 2 snow tires brand new never used P195-70-R14 $100 cell 613-361-2626 Alexandria

FOR SALE- Snow plow blade with arms 7 & 8 ft. wide best reasonable offer 613-301-1747

WANTED- Tailgate for 2002 Ford 150. Reasonable. 613-209-4881 North Lancaster

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FOR RENT ROOM FOR RENT- A room in my log home must be honest, nonsmoker, references $500 a month to $750 depending on needs 613-347-3994

SHOWS & EVENTS CRAFT SHOW- Join us for a “Crooked Christmas Market” this Saturday, December 3rd from 11am until 6pm at The Crooked Cashé 113 1/2 Pitt Street, Cornwall. All ages welcome. Photos with Santa, sleigh rides, gift wrapping, alcoholic beverages, and more! Free entry with food or clothing donation, or $2 at the door.

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Don't wait until the next snowfall!


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(Article by Ellen Bell)

Christmas Tree Decorating: How to Design a Show Stopping Tree


re you wanting to do something really fantastic with your Christmas tree this year? Here are a few easy steps to decorating a tree that's as unique and interesting as you are. Christmas tree decorating is more than just a family tradition; to some, it's an art form. While it's true that anyone can decorate a Christmas tree, decorating one well does require some talent, forethought and planning, and a good eye for design. To decorate a holiday tree that really stands out from the crowd, there are a few things to keep in mind and a few important design principles to put to the task. Theme: First and foremost, a really well decorated Christmas tree usually has some type of central theme that ties the design together. For example, if you are someone who enjoys baking and cooking, why not

decorate a small tree especially for your kitchen. Things like wooden spoons, cookie cutters, small spice jars, and recipe cards can make very charming ornaments, and most importantly, they all serve to anchor the tree to one specified decorating theme. Colour: A well decorated holiday tree should not be a pandemonium of colours, but rather, should follow one specified colour theme. If you aren't sure how to come up with a colour scheme that works, a good place to start is with a color wheel and a basic book about colour theory. Be sure to consider the colour of your tree as part of your colour scheme, too. For example, a white tree is a good backdrop for almost any colour of decorations, whereas a green tree is slightly more limiting. If you are using a traditional green tree, be sure to begin your colour scheme with green as the primary hue.

Quantity of Decorations: Holiday trees that are really striking usually feature large numbers of ornaments. Trees that are sparsely decorated rarely attract much attention. So the general rule of thumb is, if you want your Christmas tree to be a real "show stopper," be very generous with the ornamentation. Variety and Scale of Decorations: Assuming that all the decorations you've chosen for your tree follow a central decorating theme and colour scheme, variety of scale and type of very important. That is, don't go to the store, choose two or three varieties of ornaments, and simply buy 50 or 100 of each type. This tree will be decked out with a lot of ornaments, true; however, they will all be mostly the same thing, which is visually boring. Instead, try to choose a variety of different ornaments that all fall within your specified colour scheme and

theme. Be sure to consider the sale of decorations, too. It's easy to end up with a tree that features only 3 inch ornaments. Try to select a wide variety of sizes and shapes. Element of Uniqueness: Last but not least, try to find at least one or two things about your tree that can be extremely unique or comment-worthy. These elements of interest can be almost anything; your imagination really is the limit. For example, one interesting finishing touch to your tree might be to add large feathers in your specified colour scheme, sticking out from all different parts of the tree. This is not only visually interesting, but also a very unique touch. Whatever distinctive final touches you put on the treeFree Articles, try to keep it honed within your decorating theme.

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by Aileen W. Donovan,

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But Bowser, It's Cold Outside!


f you're a pet lover like me, you're concerned about your charges keeping warm when outside in these frigid, wintery temperatures. As the deep freeze arrives, I've seen dogs of every size and breed out sporting the latest fashions in overcoats as well as footwear. Here's what you need to know! Dogs who really do need protection from the elements are those who are old and/or infirmed. They just don't have the stamina anymore, needed to keep themselves warm. Mexican Hairless Dogs, Whippets and Italian Greyhounds along with certain toy breeds are examples of healthy dogs who could also use protection from the elements. Please do give these dogs the extra protection they need!

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Otherwise, nature has well equipped your canine friend to stay warm. Short-haired dogs do not need extra protection with man-made coats as long as you are reasonable in their outside time. The dry air experienced inside of homes tend to make Bowser's fur shed. Therefore, he doesn't have quite the same fur-coat he used to sport when he was sitting at the cave's edge, with his best-friend, Neanderthal man. If there are extreme weather warnings that skin will freeze in less than five minutes, keep your dog's outdoor time to a minimum. Please use common sense and don't take him from inside your warm home and leave him sitting outside on the porch shivering for an hour to do his business. He can suffer from frost-bite. Chances are, he’ll do his business quick enough! Unless he’s a Nordic breed or one already accustomed to colder weather, he will not benefit from

being left outside alone, for more than a few moments. Booties are another story...Dog's footpads generally do very well in cold weather unless you are walking your dog on pavement that has been treated with a chemical agent to melt snow. This can cause very serious chemical burns on your dogs' feet. Salt will burn as well. If your dog has long fur between his foot-pads, check for sticking snow or ice, when he comes back inside. As this can also cause a lot of discomfort. Booties for dogs are as important in the choosing, as they are for humans. I've seen stores sell nasty rubber things that look like empty balloons and expect people to put those on their dogs! It isn't easy to judge the correct tightness and comfort in a dog's boot. If you are going to use them, make sure you have the best fit possible. Buy a natural material like leather, that is comfortable and breathable. Otherwise, you can cause a lot more damage to your pet's paws than if they were bare. Not to mention, many dogs cannot stand the feel of these boots and will spend their entire outside time trying to get them off, rather than enjoy his outing! That’s not really fair now is it? Finally, ask yourself, "Does my dog really need a coat and/or booties? Am I doing this for the care and comfort of my pet or am I trying to satisfy my own, inner fashionista?" In the end, I know you'll choose what's right for your Beloved Bowser. ~~~~

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by Aileen W. Donovan,



***STOP! And Smell the Snowflakes!***


arning! We're going from our busy lives into the busybusy season now! The time where life seems to whip up a fresh plethora of frenzied activities, and we believe we simply must feast upon it all. However, with such a tempting bounty laid out before us, we are often left, frazzled, exhausted and just a tad, short in temper. We lose the entire meaning of the holiday season by trying to do, buy and accomplish more; when, in fact, life isn't about how much of a thing was experienced, but rather, how well! So, I tuned into the angels for advice on how we can better cope during the extra-special, season of 'Light & Love,' and received this, loud and clear! The angels are here and have this to give us now: “STOP! And smell the snowflakes! Here, you will find Creator's bounty is more richly satisfying to your body, mind and soul, than any other activity you have stuffed into your list of 'todo's.' Humans have often erroneously thought that more is better. When indeed, it is slowing down and cherishing each nuance in the events, as well as, being with the people of your life, that is most nourishing. When you keep your eye, always on the next prize, you miss the gifts that were given to you in the present one. This is part of the reason why you find yourself in a continual need to keep busy, keep searching, and accumulating. All done, for that missing 'something' that is forever just outside of your reach.

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We ask you, please stop...and smell the snowflakes. Have you ever done such a thing? If you had, you would notice what a beautiful, fresh and lovely scent they have. How calming, and peaceful. How beautiful, and how renewing to your spirit. But there is even more than that… We ask you! Just take a moment, only a moment, from the hustle and bustle of what you have created for yourself, and there next enjoy, what Creator has gifted upon you. Peace. Contentment. Joy. Belief in the goodness of your world and all who live in and upon it. For when you take the time to stop and smell the snowflakes, you are sending a message from your soul, to your heart, unto your conscious mind. You are trusting again ~as you did, when you first arrived~. There is a beautiful plan for you, and this world and all else! It is going perfectly, according to that plan. There is not, any need to rush, and frantically pursue that which is just out of reach. Because, if you take the time to stop and breathe, you will find that there is nothing that belongs to you, 'just outside' of your reach. Everything, that is meant for you, comes to you, in its own perfect timing; Right to you! Like a fruit, perfectly created, ripe and ready, your great good will also, drop easily into your hands. Do not rush. For that which is great, takes its time to become so, and that which is yours, will come to you, in its perfect timing. Therefore, you miss nothing, when you take the time to stop, and smell the snowflakes! Always know, you are perfectly in tune with the universe, and all the great good Creator has especially for you!” ~~~

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63. An analytic literary composition 65. Savvy about 66. Biblical garden 67. Strainer 68. Flat-bottomed boat 69. Gala 70. Stair 71. Evergreens

DOWN 1. Clock sound 2. Winglike 3. The outer area 4. Take advantage of 5. Sweet potato 6. Relating to urine 7. A type of tree 8. Not digital 9. Germ 10. Dwarf buffalo 11. Immediately 12. Puncture 15. Comment to the audience 21. Hubs 23. Large mass of ice 25. Dash 27. Type of sword 28. Wrongs 29. Legislation 31. Continual and persistent demands

32. Tropical vine 34. Directed 36. Jittery 39. 16 1/2 feet 40. Fly high 43. Agricultural laborer 44. Hearing organs 46. "Darn!" 47. Hansen's disease 49. Districts 50. Vomiting 53. Something of value 55. Cook 56. Go on horseback 57. Yeses 58. Rescue 60. Put away 61. Scatters seeds 64. Yes (slang)

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