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00enlinei Tm&apos;ibun00 i00]assifieds To Place an ad -- Phone 274-6136 or 1-800-410-1859 Wednesday, July 20,2011 Page 9 Bargain Basement ATTENTION! Stop by and claim your Pyrex pan from Janice Wiggins! For Sale House for Sale: Two bedroom, central air. New carpet/paint. Hardwood flooring. Basement family room. 608 Elm Ave., Westbrook. $62,500. Lee, 507-829-3030. For Sale: Lots - Walnut Grove City Cemetery 12-1ot block on south edge of cemetery. Good location. $1500. Sandy Freethy, 707-592-6649. Garage Sales Garage Sale! Antiques and collectibles. 511 Bedal St., Walnut Grove. Fri. & Sat., July 22 & 23, 1 lam-7pm. Lots & Acreages For Sale: 307.43 acres, more or less, in Section Six of Dovray Township of Murray County. 229.9 acres of crop- land with an additional 29.6 acres enrolled in CRP. Both private and county tile lines. Call Eugene D. Longstrom, Real Estate Broker, at 1-800- 421-9411. For Sale: 80 acres, more or less, of hunting land in Section Thirty-one of Holly Township of Murray County. 73.26 acres enrolled in CREP. Seven annual CREP pay- ments totaling $57,526.00 remaining for the owner. Call Eugene D. Longstrom, Real Estate Broker, at 1-800-421- 9411. Rentals WESTBROOK: Pets wel- come! 1 & 2 bedroom units now available. Call Linda, 507-360-8959. www. lloyd- Equal Housing Opportunity provider. For Rent: One and two bed- room apartments at Westwood Apts., 801 8th St., Westbrook. Appliances, heat and garbage removal included. Call 507- 274-5624. For Rent: 2BR, 1 bath. Appliances furnished, water and garbage paid. No smok- ing, no pets. Deposit with garage at Brookview Apts., 850 Adams, Westbrook. Call 507-274-5900. Work Wanted Work wanted: Painting, inte- rior painting with attention to detail. Steve and Dixie Severson, 507-274-6327 or 507-829-0007. CUSTOM LARGE SQUARE BALING. Alfalfa, grass & straw. No job too far. David Kramer 507-967-2140 or 507- 360-9963. Automotive For Sale: 1995 Dodge Dakota -- 4 oyl., 5 spd., 2WD. $1900. 507-483-2936. Farm Equipment For Sale: Westfield 10-71 low profile hopper auger. Augered 55,000 bu., one year old. Call 507-360-7463. NEW & USED FEED MIXERS; scale repair, liners, augers, flighting, bearings, chain, etc. Post Equipment, Rock Valley, IA, 712-476-4500. Services MCCARTY MOTORS "The Place To Go" for outdoor power equipment. Snapper, Country Clipper, Briggs & Stratton, Kohler, Tecumseh. 712-472-3257, Rock Rapids, IA. DENNY'S SANITATION can take care of all your disposal needs. Commercial, residen- tial, farm pick up, roll off ser- vice and dumpster rentals. Call 712-472-2293. Wanted WANTED: SCRAP IRON, OLD CARS, etc. $155.00/ton (subject to change). Roll-off dumpsters, certified scale. B&C Metals, Rock Valley, IA, 712-476-4500. Steel Buildings Steel buildings, factory direct! Discounted inventory. 33x39, 42x57, 54x99, 60x156. Misc. material available, www.sun- Source # 12J. 800-964-8335. DNR QUESTION OF THE WEEK 1 Q: A number of bird species call Minnesota home or pass through every fall and spring. Where can a person go to watch these birds in action? A: More than 437 species of birds have been document- ed in Minnesota. Of those, more than 300 are either resi- dent or migrant birds that are expected to be seen annually in appropriate habitat. Based on the 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife Associated Recreation, Minnesota is ranked 13 out of 50 states in the total number of people partietpating in bird and wildlife watching. Based on population, the state is ranked fourth - tied with Iowa and Wyoming. Bird watching can be done nearly anywhere, but some great places include Blue Mounds State Park in the southwest, Agassiz National Wildlife Refuge in the north- west, Sax-Zim Bog (St. Louis County) in the northeast and Frontenac State Park in the southeast. With the help of famed ornithologist Bob Janssen, Jerry Bonkoski and others, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources conducted inventories of birds in most state parks and state recre- ation areas in the early 2,000s. These bird checklists, currently available for 70 Minnesota state parks and state recreation areas, can be picked up at park offices or downloaded from the DNR's website at state_parks/birdchecklists. html. - Ed Quinn, DNR Parks and Trails resource manage- ment coordinator I CLASSIFIED ADS WORK FOR Vll See a photo in the Sentinel Tribune you like? Now you can order it and other photos not printed quick and easy on line... You can have photos from recent newspapers printed professionally. Select pictures from albums including many that were not printed in the newspaper. These photos are available to you through easy online purchase. This blue button on our website links YOU to all of our PICTURES Click HERE to See and Buy Sentinel Tribune Contact the Sentinel Tribune at 507-274-6136 or 800-41 O- 1859 Also available all our sister publications: 13o any 2 papers - 2nd one I/2 price Photo Mugs, posters and T-shirts are also available. As summer r, mr: .00rar,Jres soar, some tips rc conserve energy and ay cool As temperatures and humidity begin to rise this summer, the Minnesota Department of Commerce, Division of Energy Resources is reminding consumers there are some simple steps they can take to keep cool, save money and conserve energy. "This summer, consumers can save energy and help family budgets with some simple energy-saving tips," said Commerce Commissioner Mike Rothman. "By following during the day. * Take short showers instead of baths. * Wash only full loads of dishes and clothes. * Air dry dishes and dry clothes outside. * Turn off your computer and monitor when not in use. * Plug home electronics, such as TVs and DVD play- ers, into power strips; turn the power strips off when the equipment is not in use. * Use compact fluorescent light bulbs with the ENERGY these tips, we can also a'oid STAR label. overusing our state's power * Look for the ENERGY system by easing high demand." To beat the heat and con- serve energy, the depart- ment's energy division offers the following tips: * Install and use a pro- grammable thermostat and set it to 78 degrees F; or, if you are home throughout the day, manually turn on and off your air conditioner as need- ed. * Supplement air condi- tioning use with ceiling fans and other fans, which can create a wind-chill effect. * Clean or replace your air conditioner filter monthly to improve efficiency. * Keep air conditioner coils clean and free of dust and dirt to increase efficiency and lifetime use. * Keep shades pulled and doors and windows closed STAR label when purchasing new appliances and products. For central air conditioners, look for a Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) rat- ing of 14 SEER or more. * Enroll in energy-saving programs from your utility. The tips above were col- lected from several sources, including the U.S. Department of Energy and Xcel Energy. For more ener- gy-saving tips, visit www. <http://> or talk to your utility. For a wide range of ideas on ener- gy conservation and energy efficiency, visit the Division of Energy Resources website at < gov>. ! : S,F, EnS] Advertise your items using your local paper. 5 for 20 words (Extra words 25 cents each) Any one Peach $7.95 - extra words 25 cents each For em mare anvtrap advertise in the Narthw k)v Peac SOUthW M/nnesoCa PeadJ * South Dakata Peactm Or for your best coverage reach 79,000 households for on/y $15.95 (Extra words $1.00 each) Sell those small items that are cluttering the garage. Bargain llr00llr Basernent I0 words or less for onty $2. (Extra words 75 cents each) CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING All classified ads for non-established accounts must be pre-paid (or charged to Visa or Mastercard) before running. Not responsible for errors in ads taken over the telephone. NOTICE RESPONSIBILITY: Please check your ad after the first insertion and bring any errors to our attention immediately. Corrections will be cheerfully made. We are not responsible for errors beyond the first insertion. If you fail to notify us, the publishers liability is limited to cost of the first insertion of the ad. INVESTIGATE before you invest: The Sentinel Tribune does not knowingly accept fraudulent or decep- tive advertising. Readers are cautioned to thoroughly investigate ',Business Opportunity" and other ads which require an investment. CLASSIFIED AD DEADLINE 9 a.m. Friday THANK YOU The WWG Music Boosters would like to thank the individu- als and businesses that donated to our auc- tion. A big thank you to all who visited and took part in the auc- tion. The money raised, over $1800, will be used toward the upcoming band and chior trip. 187221 Bridal Shower i for i Abby Knott brkle--be of Salkrday, July 31) + liana "l'ty Lafll ,+ Walnut Grove, MN 228924 187378 CLASSIFIED ADS WORK 228928 LYNDON LAROUCHE WEBCAST THURSDAY, JULY 21, 2011 " SAVE OUR CONSTITUTIONAL REPUBLIC-- Impeach Obama, Restore Glass-Steagall" lPM(est),12PM(cst) Tune in live: For more info call: 800-929-7566 Ad paid for by Bruce Green, ALPAC Murray County Medical Center is currently searching for a qualified Chief Information Officer. This person will be responsible for institutional leadership in all areas of MCMC information systems as well as management of day to day IT operations. Qualified applicants should have a strong background in health information technology with a thorough knowledge of electronic medical records, order entry, single sign on, document knowledge of CPSI, HE7, DICOM, OnBase, and SQL preferred. This is a full time salaried position with competitive wage and benefits. EOE Application deadline is July 25, 2011. Please complete application which is available at the MCMC Business Office or find it online at Contact: 228931 Nancy Andert/HR Murray County Medical Center 2042 Juniper Ave Slayton, MN 56172 507-836-1262 Murray County Medical Center has a part-time position available for a Registered Nurse. We offer flexible hours, competitive wages, and promote continuing educa- tion. Must be willing to work any shift needed and will include 12 hour weekend shifts. As our medical staff is expanding, our need for nursing staff has increased. Come join our friendly, competent nursing staffin a caring and progressive environment. EOE Application deadline is August 1, 2011. Please complete application which is available at the MCMC Business Office or find it online at Contact: 228932 Nancy Andert/HR Murray County Medical Center 2042 Juniper Ave Slayton, MN 56172 507-836-1262