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  1. home interior pictures selling for cheap…looking for turquoise jewelry…looking for brown country eggs…
  2. 3 – industrial type upholsterly sewing machines…$500/piece…corn-sheller…..412-3442
  3. trailer load of siding, 16 x 8 trailer, …615-218-8470
  4. registered TN walking mare…lots of saddles & tack….cherry drop leaf table $50….set of china $50….misc. items..740-9199
  5. house for sale: 205 sunset rd, 3BR & bath and a half….large garage, back porch, living room with fireplace..kitchens redone….441-1541
  6. stainless steel toolbox filled with tools, $800….treadmill….615-530-4156
  7. firewood for sale $40/pickup rick….tree work…615-838-6269
  8. diamond plate tool box for small truck….nice pocket knives…acoustic guitar & electric….931-289-4727
  9. wood that can be cut,…..5ft box blade…set of side boards.. turnip & turnip greens….615-799-0976
  10. Will clean out garages and buy your scrap metal call ask for Danny at 931 996 3753
  11. Phillips deep fryer $30….Pack n Play $20….5qt bottle of motor oil, 20/50 weight..$10…429-5297
  12. table top stereo $50….2004 Pontiac Montana Van, $1800…..neon “Open” sign,  $80…815-8615
  13. looking for hedge apples…looking for corn cobs..615-419-0552
  14. 110 heater $5….microwave, $10….615-438-5963
  15. 1993 Saturn, 2dr, 5spd, 1.9L….call 615-854-3634…looking for old train set
  16. reverse tetter, (stretches your back), …antique stand-up doctor scale….nice leather jacket, $50…446-6421
  17. Lay-Z-Boy sleep sofa, w/ queen bed in it…grey/tan color…..499-2034
  18. 1995 3/4 ton truck v-8 automatic  $1800 ……   1997 ford aerostar van  $1500 ..  615-772-6307
  19. firewood for sale, seasoned, $75/pickup rick..$100/delivery…615-975-2622
  20. hay spear for rear end of tractor $100….6ft pickup 3pt hitch disk…….10-empty propane tanks, $5/each….417-3792
  21. corner hutch $30 bounce horse $25 obo monster high sheets curtain and blanket for a full size bed $30 call 615-266-8076
  22. 8-piece gold flatware set, $25…..antique lamps for sale, $100/each…615-394-6554
  23. wooden simple desk, $50….call/text 615-815-5282
  24. 3 chainsaws…$40…..murray riding mower, $150…441-1753
  25. 2 holts for sale…300lbs or more…..2 squirrel give someone…428-0497
  26. hog pig for sale…4 baby pigs…3 nanny goats…615-598-6211
  27. two large black trash bags full of 9-10 size girl clothes….7-8 clothes…$120/each……white trash bag $50 …..615-720-7657
  28. looking for good chainsaw, 615-927-3855
  29. firewood $50/rick….931-996-4265
  30. looking for transmission for a 4-wheel drive Toyota…441-1753
  31. large outdoor shed, insulated, finished inside, drywall ceiling….used as a girls play house…$1000….615-604-9038
  32. 3 tier TV stand, $60….kitchen table w/ 6 chairs, no leaf, pine color $150….large wooden coffee table, $40…952-3875
  33. bookshelf, $20….cook stove $85…whirlpool dryer $95….585-1487
  34. large cherry tree for sale, buy wood…957-4352
  35. chainsaws, …looking for lawn boy lawn mowers, old….looking for 49-50-51 pickup….441-4618
  36. 2 – ATV helmets, matching design, pink & black,….XL and youth small…$100/pair…or $50/each…615-945-1312
  37. comic collection, $1500…..couple of office chairs….3-4 dozen clear canning jars, quarts & pints …$5/dozen…looking for old marbles….441-3735
  38. need a place to cut firewood..789-3905 or 545-6519
  39. 1998 Cadillac DeVille, $4000…..2002 Honda Rancher, good condition, 4wd $2250….615-210-0692
  40. needs someone to pickup leaves $100…..set of 4 Michellin tires, 225/78/18s…604-2717
  41. two lawn mower wheels & tires….looking for cherry picker to pull motor out of car…924-1615
  42. 1995 HydraSports dual console bass boat…18ft with 150hp Johnson..24v trolling motor…ready for tournaments…looking for a couple of utility atvs for trade. ..Also a nice electronic bed. Twin size with remote. On wheels so can easily be moved. 100$ obo….Call or text 615/973/7197
  43. pair of Rally wheels off a 1997 Ford F150…chrome…four center caps, 2 wheels,….$50…..full size tool box, for a full size truck, $50…..knives & die cast cars..615-290-4656
  44. looking for a gas golf cart…name brand guitars & keyboards….looking for small automatic car for wife..441-5266
  45. 6 x 12 dove trailer,…will trade or sell..615-686-8588
  46. Kenmore portable dishwasher $125….wood cook stove $400…….piece of sectional, free…615-310-5488
  47. will chain bottom of chairs, ….Ford 6 cynlinder motor, straight 6….Mitsubishi car, 140k miles, ..will trade for good pickup truck or van….931-380-5836
  48. looking for tires…225/70/15s…939-6764.
  49. 2 leaf blowers…electric & gas…$65/piece…6 x 16 Tandem trailer $950….nativity scene, made in 1981, good condition, $75…789-5352
  50. 2 ranks of firewood, oak, $40/rank $75 both..207-7128
  51. hardwood flooring for sale, honey in color, oak wood….Blazers, size 12, in excellent condition….several pieces of christmas decorations..446-3954
  52. 2 water heaters (gas) & 1 electric water heater (electric)…19gall. …..commodes & sinks……wire rim wagon wheel table, glass top, $150…..2 BBQ Shoulders left over, frozen, $40….763-0520
  53. looking for throw down rug…712-3326
  54. bass boat, 16ft shadow, 90hp Johnson, 12/24 V trolling motor….$3000 or trade for truck or 4wheeler…..looking for set of checkered plate bed rails….235/75/15 tires..931-996-8347
  55. 2 digital TV converters…615-864-6939 or 615-487-0718
  56. keyboard, on stand, Yamaha, great condition, w/ stool & book..$300…..789-1068

Mr. Robert I. Blue Sr. will be remembered for breaking racial barriers as well as how hard he fought for improving the quality of life for all citizens of his hometown. Mr. Blue died Wednesday in St. Thomas West at the age of 84. Viewing begins today at 2 pm at the Taylor Funeral Home. Visitation with Mr. Blue’s family will begin at noon Tuesday at the First United Methodist Church on Main Street in downtown Dickson with a going home celebration at 2 pm with Rev. Alexander Gatson officiating and Pastor Stacy L. Cowan delivering the eulogy. Burial will be in East Dickson Cemetery. A lifelong resident of Dickson, Mr. Blue was elected as an alderman in the town of Dickson in 1969, making him the first African American to win an elected office in Dickson County’s history. He would serve a total of 36 years as the town transitioned officially into a city and the governing body became the Dickson City Council. He served under five mayors: Dr. W.A. Crosby, Slayden Weaver, J. Dan Buckner, Tom Waychoff and Don Weiss Jr. Mr. Blue was instrumental in efforts to improve the economy of his hometown, working tirelessly to help secure block grants and other federal funds to develop public parks, public housing and more. While representing a Fourth Ward that eventually grew all the way to Interstate 40, Mr. Blue always kept the best interests of all of the citizens of Dickson as his first priority. He was a voice for the people in their own government, regardless of their race, economic status or residency and as recently as last year continued to campaign to return to the city council after losing his seat in 2007. Mr. Blue was active in helping the local branch of the NAACP in its efforts to advance opportunities for minorities and fought continuously for equal treatment and benefits for all citizens. He was a lifelong member of St. James AME Church in Dickson and attended Bowman Chapel United Methodist Church. His career also was centered on service to others as a committeeman for the United Auto Workers Local 737 at the former Nashville Glass Plant, where he worked for 39 years. Mr. Blue was recognized by the Clement Railroad Hotel Museum with the Trailblazer and Beyond award for his role in Civil Rights promotion and was honored as one of three men who served at least 30 years on the Dickson City Council by being a grand marshal of the 2014 Old Timers Day parade in a celebration of the city of Dickson. He is survived by his wife of 54 years, Laura Dell Blue; six children: Benny Overton, Rusty Overton, Cecilia Holt, Lori Tyson, Robert Blue Jr. and Randy Blue; and 42 grandchildren and great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by two children, Bettina Overton and George Overton Jr., and his parents, Doy Reddon and Richard Blue Sr.

Vanleer Mayor Larry Robertson’s term officially ends with tonight’s regularly scheduled meeting of the Board of Aldermen. The five aldermen re-elected without opposition were sworn in last week and begin their new terms tonight with their first item of business being to determine which one of them will serve as vice mayor. Still for the board to decide, will one of them be elected vice mayor and then officially become mayor or will the office of mayor remain vacant for the next two years while a vice mayor performs the duties of the mayor. Nobody ran for mayor in the Nov. 4 election, either on the ballot or as a write-in candidate. Robertson is no longer eligible to serve because he has moved just outside the town limits. Jason Weaver, Ruben Schmittou, Raymond Fletcher, Dwight McIllwain and Westley Albright were elected to new two-year terms without anybody else getting on the ballot. While the town’s charter clearly states that at the first meeting following the municipal election, the aldermen will elect one of their members to be vice mayor, what is open to interpretation is whether the vice mayor must take over as mayor in the event of a vacancy or whether he can continue to be the vice mayor, retaining his seat as an alderman and therefore being able to vote on all matters of town business. Attorney Tim Potter has said in viewing the vacancy as being similar to a temporary inability on the part of the mayor to perform his duties, the vice mayor would fill in by chairing meetings and performing other duties without officially taking office as mayor. While the charter does not specifically address what happens when nobody runs for the office, the Municipal Technical Advisory Service has interpreted the vacancy to be the same as if the mayor died or resigned in the middle of a term, meaning the vice mayor would officially take over as mayor and then be replaced on the Board of Aldermen. So far, none of the current aldermen has publicly expressed a willingness to become mayor, which would mean giving up their right to vote except to break a tie. Also in question is what happens if none of the current aldermen agree to be elected vice mayor and then ascend to the vacant office of mayor. Potter said last week he is not sure what happens then, other than whomever is elected vice mayor would fulfill the duties of mayor without becoming mayor. But that leaves the question, can an alderman be elected vice mayor and refuse to become mayor if the vice mayor automatically fills a vacancy in the mayor’s position according to the charter. Also yet to be discussed is whether the board could call for a special election for mayor, should it want to incur that expense, and, if so, would anybody run. The board of aldermen meets at 7:00 tonight at Vanleer Town Hall and will try to decide the issue of who will be mayor of Vanleer for the next two years.

Creek Wood’s Red Hawks opened District 11-AA action cruising to an 86-58 win over Stewart County in Charlotte Friday. Improving to 3-0 overall, the Red Hawks blew open a close game in the second period with a 36-point explosion against the Rebels. Leading only 22-17 after the first period, Creek Wood turned up the heat to outscore the Rebels by 22 points in the second quarter and take a 58-31 lead into halftime. The margin was at 26 points after the third frame and the scoring cooled off in the fourth as both teams went to their benches in Creek Wood’s 28-point win. Ross “Chico” Plunkett led the Red Hawks with 21 points, all in the first three quarters. Ross Cummings added 19, which was matched by freshman Coulter Dotson coming off the bench. The Lady Red Hawks had a little more difficult time in putting away Stewart County 45-28. McKenzie Haislip had the hot hand at the start as she sank a trio of three-pointers and scored 12 of her game-high 14 points in the first period to stake the Lady Red Hawks to an 18-12 lead. The Lady Rebels trimmed the margin to five at intermission, 26-21, then Creek Wood finished the third period on a 7-0 run to lead 36-23. The Lady Red Hawks completed the victory with defense, allowing only five points in the fourth period for a total of seven in the second half of the 45-28 decision to move to 3-1. Haislip was the only player in double figures with her 14 while Candace Meadows connected on two three-pointers in her eight points and McKenzie Broadway added another eight. While the Red Hawks will take a long holiday break, the Lady Red Hawks will see action in a Thanksgiving Classic at Forrest High School in Chapel Hill where they will face Summit at 1:30 Wednesday, Cascade at 3 pm Friday and Huntsville at 10:30 am Saturday. Creek Wood returns to regular season action Dec. 2 at Fairview in another District 11-AA matchup.

Lady Cougar Payton Grove had a double-double before the end of the opening period as Dickson County dominated the first half in a 53-40 win over Beech at home Friday night. The DCHS senior scored 12 points and 10 rebounds, including some at the offensive end, as the Lady Cougars built a 15-6 advantage. Dickson County slowly continued to pull away in the second quarter to hold a 13-point edge at halftime, 31-18. The Lady Cougars never let the Lady Buccaneers get back into the contest and held the same 13-point advantage at the end of the game to improve to 3-0. Grove finished with 18 points and 14 boards. Emily Beard added 11 points and Carlee Wilson connected on three three-pointers. Dickson County’s Cougars had the upper hand on Beech for a little more than the first period before the Bucs began to take control. Beech managed to take the lead on a pair of free throws midway through the second period and was ahead by six at intermission, 29-23. The visitors dominated the third period and pushed the margin to 21. Dickson County would rally early in the fourth quarter but could not get any closer than 11 points, then went ice cold for the last two and a half minutes as Beech took the 17-point win. Robert Triggs led the Cougars with 11 points while Dalton Rainey had two treys in his 10 points. Dickson County High School gets one more doubleheader in tonight before the holiday break. The Cougars and Lady Cougars will travel to Harpeth for a pair of non-district contests. Creek Wood swept a pair at Harpeth last week. Dickson County and Harpeth tip it off at 6 pm with coverage on the RFC Sports Network starting at 5:45 with the A-1 Signs Pregame Show. Also on the schedule for tonight, Charlotte Middle School hosts Cheatham Middle and Harpeth Middle visits William James in White Bluff. Both those doubleheaders begin at 6 pm. Dickson Middle School wraps up its pre-Thanksgiving schedule hosting Siegel tomorrow night at 6:00.

The man who led Dickson County to its only football state championship will be inducted as part of the first class of the Tennessee Football Coaches Association Hall of Fame. Jerry Pearson has been named one of 46 Tennessee high school football coaches to be inducted in the first Hall of Fame ceremony Dec. 6 at the Clarion Hotel in Cookeville. Pearson was the first head coach at Dickson County High School when it opened in 1972 and led the Cougars to the TSSAA Class AAA state title in 1988. Pearson was on the sidelines for more than 200 victories during a coaching career that included stops in Greenbrier, East Robertson and Springfield, in addition to DCHS. Pearson was the head coach at Dickson County High School three different times, 1972-73, 1987-92 and 2001-03 before retiring. With the Cougars, Pearson never suffered a losing regular season and took the team into the postseason in all 11 seasons. At DCHS, Pearson compiled an 84-25 regular season record and was 9-9 in the postseason, which included bowl games and playoffs. In the second year of his second stint at Dickson County, the Cougars powered through a 10-0 season then added five more wins in the playoffs culminating in a 10-0 win over Oakland in the 1988 Class AAA Clinic Bowl. Pearson was the first head coach when Dickson County consolidated its three high schools, leading the Cougars to a 7-2 record in their 1972 debut season and a berth in a bowl game. The Cougars went 9-1 and won the Midstate Bowl in their second season. Pearson would leave DCHS to coach at his alma mater, Springfield High School, for eight seasons before returning to DCHS in 1987. Pearson played quarterback at Springfield under Boyce Smith, who also is a part of the inaugural Tennessee Football Coaches Association Hall of Fame Class. Other inductees include Gallatin’s Calvin Short, MBA’s Tommy Owen, Columbia’s Jim Cartwright and Cheatham County’s Ralph Spangler. Tickets for the TFCA Hall of Fame breakfast are $10 for members and $15 for non-members. For more information, visit Pearson was inducted into the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association Hall of Fame in 2012.

  1. looking for queen size bed…615-596-6168
  2. 2 baby strollers $10……615-375-7004
  3. matching set of couch & love seat..$150…in good condition….stretch couch cover, tan color, ….615-881-5750
  4. home interior pictures selling for cheap…looking for turquoise jewelry…looking for a living room rug (olive green color)…looking for brown country eggs…615-732-8099
  5. rank of firewood for sale $35…..pickup…347-0116
  6. lawn mower, 21in push mower, 5hp bridge & stratton engine., missing discharge cover $25….615-375-7015
  7. looking for a 5th wheel truck to move a camper trailer 15 miles….615-927-4062
  8. 110 heater $5….microwave, $10….Kenwood car stereo, 45wt, $20….615-438-5963
  9. bar table w/ 2 chairs…$65…..2002 Chevy S10, w/ brand new tires, automatic, …931-623-1092
  10. couple of registered horses….lots of saddles & bridles & other tack…..cherry china hutch & drop leaf table & set of china…..couple of rods & reels…740-9199
  11. looking for place to cut wood..789-3905 or 545-6519
  12. looking for 245/65/17 or 245/70/17 tires…two or more……for sale; Cobra brand walkie-talkie’s..$25…Pontiac Montana van $1750…429-5297
  13. deep fryer $30…..pack n play $20…..table top stereo $50…..815-8615
  14. black & tan hound, …..5ft box blade for sale….set of side boards for pickup $100….615-799-0976
  15. brown leather couch, …parts for a 1986 Chevy Caprice….girl clothes, etc…615-982-2716
  16. bass boat, 16ft Shadow, 90hp Johnson motor….looking for checkered plate bed rails & 235/75/15 tires…..for sale; spotter scope, 931-996-8347
  17. looking for scrap metal…for sale; fiberglass bed cover, short wheel base..931-622-3139
  18. 1994 F150, $2500….797-9194
  19. 4ft Christmas tree in box $10…1952 worldbook encyclopedias …441-1687
  20. wood  flooring, honey color, oak……holiday decorations….446-3954
  21. firewood for sale, $50/rick…931-996-4265
  22. will chain bottom of chairs, …ford motor, 306 cylinder, straight 6, will sell $300….931-380-5836
  23. amp for electric guitar….lawn mower wheels & tires…..924-1615
  24. lost cat, tricolored……looking for a treadmill….615-812-7594
  25. for sale, L – desk…….looking for christmas tree/decorations/unwanted toys etc..615-425-6579
  26. Will clean out garages and buy your scrap metal call ask for Danny at 931 996 3753
  27. large cage for 30 ,bounce horse 25 ,desk wood 25 call 615-266-8076
  28. keyboard on stand, Yamaha, $300…1978 F150 Ford truck…789-1068
  29. house for sale: 205 sunset rd, 3BR & bath and a half….large garage, back porch, living room with fireplace..kitchens redone….441-1541
  30. looking for a 2 BR – 1 bath…$500/month…615-426-3959
  31. 50hp boat motor…will trade for smaller boat motor…..for sale; roosters ….446-0264
  32. 4 – 175/70/13 tires….5 rank of split white oak & hickory wood, $40…..207-7128
  33. floor model stereo for sale, $30….615-418-4054
  34. barn lumber, …pile of logs…metal high beams, 881-6814
  35. looking for a 36in or bigger stove hood ….looking for baby swing….615-612-9524
  36. new lift chair, excellent condition, $300…446-0734
  37. free puppies, to give away in few weeks…looking for porcelain dolls, …615-952-3117
  38. goat for sale…baby pigs for sale…call 615-598-6211
  39. gas water heaters $200/piece…handicap toilets…etc…763-0520
  40. christmas tree, 4.5ft …763-2758
  41. looking for hedge apples & corn cobs….763-6228
Robert Blue

Robert Blue

The funeral service for former Dickson City Councilman Robert I. Blue will be 2 pm Tuesday at the First United Methodist Church on Main Street in downtown Dickson. Visitation will be noon until the time of service Tuesday at the church. Burial will be in the East Dickson Cemetery with arrangements under the direction of Taylor Funeral Home. Mr. Blue died Wednesday at the age of 84. He was the first African American elected to an office in Dickson County history and served a total of 36 years representing the 4th Ward under five different mayors. Mr. Blue was honored by the Clement Railroad Hotel Museum as a Civil Rights Trailblazer and served as one of three grand marshals for the 2014 Old Timers Day Parade, along with Richard Arnold and Ralph Sullivan as three people who served on the city council for at least 30 years. Mr. Blue retired after 39 years with the former Ford Glass Plant in Nashville, working as a shop steward for United Auto Workers Local 737.

Dickson County Sheriff Jeff Bledsoe confirmed Friday that the administrator of the Dickson County Jail is on leave pending a criminal investigation. In a brief statement released today, Bledsoe said Capt. Donnie Young was placed on administrative leave on Oct. 8. The statement says the employment action was prompted by an allegation of a criminal act. The sheriff’s statement says the investigation is being conducted by the office of the District Attorney for the 23rd Judicial District. DA Ray Crouch will decide whether any evidence or testimony will be presented to a grand jury. Bledsoe declined to comment any further on the ongoing investigation.

  1. home interior pictures selling for cheap…looking for turquoise jewelry…looking for a living room rug (olive green color)…looking for brown country eggs…615-732-8099
  2. 1994 GMC 1500 Sierra, new tires/wheels, etc….615-557-5230
  3. house for sale: 205 sunset rd, 3BR & bath and a half….large garage, back porch, living room with fireplace..kitchens redone….441-1541
  4. black & tan  dog….5yrs old, not registered, $500…..5ft box blade, in great shape, ….looking for chickens or pullets…615-799-0976
  5. Ford F150, runs good….Aluminum checkered plate tool box, from Lowe’s ….Ford alternator, off a Lincoln…517-2562
  6. will do yard work, clean gutters etc…..for sale, seasoned firewood $40/rank pickup..$50/delivery…789-3905 or 545-6519
  7. couple of saddles; english saddle, $50…15in western saddle, buck stitch $150….half a dozen others.. cherry china hutch, ..cherry drop leaf table, & set of china…2 tier saddle rack….Dolly, 2 wheels, $40…740-9199
  8. Couch to give away…black vinyl, 6yrs old…8ft …..763-6107
  9. lawn mower wheels & tires, …coon dog, for sale or trade….924-1615
  10. Kerosene heater for sale, $25….3 chainsaws & weed eater, $40….tires $15….441-1753
  11. bar table w/ 2 chairs…$75…..22hp Craftsman LT 2000, lawn tractor, great condition, $450….Bayer compound bow $40…931-623-1092
  12. looking for a bedside commode or tub bench….615-516-9249
  13. dresser w/ 6 drawers & mirror….$50….931-624-3117
  14. have a desk for sale 25 ,…..bounce horse 25 or best offer …..island 25 ….call 615-266-8076
  15. pocket knifes….tires….931-289-4727
  16. does bush hog work, 763-6209
  17. cameras, …outside antenna $30…..seasoned firewood, …708-4558
  18. heater, 110 wt, $5…615-438-5963  call/text
  19. looking for a swing set…..for sale, pickup truck, 1990 Dodge $1200…..1998 Saturn $1200….739-3508
  20. firewood for sale, $50/rank….931-996-4265 leave a message
  21. looking to buy an old house, within 10 miles of dickson…$50k budget ..615-418-3760
  22. Harley Davidson motorcycle, 1986 Sportster 1000, $1900 OBO…615-218-6762
  23. deep fryer, brand new $30….coal oil lamp $15..pack n play..429-5297
  24. pontiac montana van $1750…looking for tires. 245/60/17s ..815-8615
  25. 1994 Jeep Wrangler w/ custom parts….1997 Firebird convertible, low miles…..looking for a hard cover for short bed 96 truck…446-6421
  26. 6yr old black TN walking horse…..couple of dogs…761-8144
  27. looking for a queen size mattress or box spring..446-6204
  28. works on pianos & pump organs, 797-4312
  29. looking for old dishes/glassware..ladies dresses size 20…looking for old costume jewelry/magazines…306-3459 after 12-noon
  30. 3 chainsaws, …$125/all…..home lights …looking for old lawn boy, 2 stroke mowers, 441-4618…looking for 49-50-51 dodge truck.
  31. looking for a golf cart….6 x 12 utility trailer…3 guitars for sale..441-5266
  32. puppies to give away..ready in 2 weeks…..615-952-3117
  33. pile of logs in front yard…..metal structure w/ 6in high beams……ford/chevy wheels….881-6814
  34. looking for some hedge apples & corn cobs….419-0552
  35. 3 – 4 ricks of good seasoned firewood, $40/rick… 615-556-9632
  36. grass hay, square bale $4.25/bale…446-2154
  37. looking for help with leaves…vaccuum yard……for sale; hard wood floor, oak, (honey color)….446-3954
  38. 16ft Bass boat, Shadow…90hp Johnson..hummingbird depth finder..24v trolling motor..GPS, etc..w/ trailer..sell or trade…..looking for a checkered plate aluminum tool box for Nissan king cab…& rails…931-996-8347
  39. 1998 Cadillac DeVille….good shape…will sell or trade….2002 Honda Rancher 4-wheeler…..several riding mowers ….210-0692
  40. 3200 BTU fireplace w/ full mantle $500…or trade….587-6276
  41. set of 175/70/R13s on rims……wood, 18in, all split, oak & hickory $40/rick…207-1728
  42. in need of 2 or 4 – 215/65/R16s….615-864-6791
  43. gas hot water heaters $200/each….electric stove vents, 30in … electric wall heaters…615-763-0520
  44. punch bowl set, $25…..candy dish…….small block chevy parts….446-1999
  45. 1994 Ford F150, $3500…797-9194
  46. looking for a 6 cylinder Ford engine, for a 1988 Ford truck….763-6206
  47. will chain bottom chairs…..for sale, Ford motor, straight 6….1995 Mitsubishi car, 140k miles, will trade for good truck or van….931-380-5836
  48. quilt scraps….446-6733
  49. 38in chains for chainsaws…all been sharpened….797-3914