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t 8A The Mountain Messenger, Tuesday, January 9, 1990 See your locally owned PRO Hardware, Home Center, and Building Supply Store for all your needs. (]4970)(l) CLASSIC" BRNID UITERIES PROFESSIONAL CARPENTER'S $ WOOD GLUE Dries fast allowing reposltiorung Sandable and paintable 8" fi oz (E701) NON- LE $ CONTACT CEMENT One quart, fast dry formula. (00272) LUMD SHOR TOILET PLUNGER Heavy Duty, 6" Force Cup, 19" Handle. (PS2453) 6 OZ. WD.40 Stops squeaks. Protects metal. (40606) $ 3 PC. JIG SAW Lr, O-rr.MP" 6 Pc. Power BLADE SET Screwdriver Sot Iso-Temp toughened. For all variable speed Designed for cordless drills and screw guns. machines. (30083) Iso-temp tough. (16449) 6 PIECE THRIFTY SCREWDRIVER SET 6 popular screwd~vers~ Storage rack. (64A57) 6" ONE HANDER $ BAR CLAMP High carbon, heat treated steel barllght ,strong, fast. The bar clamp that's so easy you can use it with one hand. (00506) I'DaSIaNG SANDER $ WITH DUST BAG tar heavy duty application 14,000 1,6 AMF motor. (B04550) SPEED STRAIGHT LINE JIGSAW Handles materials from wood to steel. 1/3 HP., 3.0 AMP, Variable speed 0-3,200 SPM Trigger lock. (4235) ERaLASS $ IB8 Premium, cushion grip hammerl (11-402) ===mlm= mmlau~ IIERE'S A TIP ON HOW TO NAIL WOOD TO WOOD. ~e ns,l~l 2yz io 3 Chnch~na~ tot Toene=l jo~n=8Use i c~emp arid Dovetail ne,hngAvo1~ ne,Jmg ~han s~tong ~olnts mey be t)utlo(J or a b~ock o~ wood~s Oone l~y ~n~o ~he same they opposite Ibove Op~o~mg w~en IOene,hng at mng~es ~o~ w,~ s~hl d~r~chot~s end ne~l$ inouto F,r~ na~l w~ belief gr,~ the woo~ U|e bend ~tle Oo~nls be OttSel to ho~o wh~V~ Ins S~a~iI rtalis b~r~ na~Is ~nIo Ins wOOd DeS8 eech other secor~(l ~s driven r~ave r~oo~ et~ec,, r~ea~ ~ er~s ~*pt~t on0| con Avo,d nlt~httgPrevent oounc~P,g 8hnd-neHmg B~*rtO-n=, rote Pusfl smstl nl~ls be mm~m~z~:~ by ~nto her(~wOOdwhen na~hng Ch~se~ u[~ wood floorboards by enO Itc)~s l~rough Culling WOOd It nsl~S must Oe unsuppor~eO sllwer end ~rlve cl~lv,ng I~ough th~ cerc~boerO Over~ol~gth Nell uleO, Or~fl D~OI wo0~ by ~otdlng e r,~s~ ~nto the tongue and hotoet SO lhel ~t in ~ace ~oles shght~y hee~ block roces~ G~e Ihe S~ou~oer D,~ve ~,nQers can be before sew,rig ems~er lnJ~ t~ege~(~sl ~ne tree ~hver Deck ,n 81 $~,g~l eng~e)~e~t lelt O~ t~e ~,xcen nl~ ehen~ s~oo o~ t~e wo~ pos,l,o~ es shown el Ihe f~smmer Here's where to get PRO Advice Pius a real good price National Forest Open House The New Castle Ranger District of the Jefferson National Forest will host an "open house" Saturday, January 13 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The open house is designed to give the public an opportunity to find out about the various activities planned for the District during 1990. District personnel will be on hand to de- scribe specific projects, answer questions and suggest ways for the public to get involved with Distriat activities. "This is an excellent opportunity for folks to find out what we are doing and why," stresses District Ranger Robert Boardwine. The Dis- trict will have on display several maps describing the various projects slated for this year. "We are in the process of completing our analysis of the Johns Creek Opportunity Area. The open house will give people a chance to let us know what they think of the specific projects we have identified for that area," said Mr Boardwine. "It's also a good time for them to let us know what sort of 'burning issues or concerns they may have about management prac- tices on other parts of the District. Volunteer labor will be a critical factor in getting various projects completed in the Fenwick Mines Wetlands Complex and on several designated horse trails this year. "The open house is one way the public can find out how they can get involved with these projects," Mr Boardwine said. The open house follows the third annual Jefferson National Forest Conference held in December on the campus of Virginia Tech. The conference and open house are part of the Jefferson National Forest's ef- fort to keep the public involved in National Forest management. The new Castle Ranger Station is located on Route 615, approxi- mately 2-1/2 miles east of Route 311 in New Castle, Virginia. New Company Outdoor Power The area's newest outdoor power and equipment center --- Greenbrier Vallgy Cub Cadet Sales and Service -- is now open six days a week to supply outdoor power equipment supplies and service. It is located on U. S. 219 North, one-half mile north of the 1-64 Interchange. Ed Tuckwiller of Lewisburg is sales manager and Joe Gullette of Union is mechanical service repre- sentative. "Whether you are a home owner or a commercial user of lawn and garden tools, we have something for you," Mr Tuckwiller said. "From a 21-horsepower diesel garden tractor to a 20-inch push mower, we can fit your need." The Center also serves as a deal- Alderson Market Friday January 5, 1990 289 head sold to 63 buyers amounting to $106,812.61 STOCKER AND FEEDER STEERS Choice 80.00 - 86.00 Good 74.00 - 79.50 Medium 68.00 - 72.00 Common none HEIFERS Choice 72.00 - 78.00 Good 65.00 - 70.00 PEANUT BUTTER CANDY 2 Sticks oleo 12 oz. jar peanut butter Stir until it boils up, add 1 lb. box confectioners sugar. Pour into greased pan. "Good and Easy" By Ruth Huffman Alderson Send your favorite recipe to Mountain Messenger 647-5724 122 N. Court St. Lewisburg, WV 24901 .J ELMORE'S FARM SUPPLY SPECIALS 250 lb. 25% Protein Blocks. ........................................... =33.95 100 lb. 14% Beef Feed ..................... .................................. =8.85 100 lb. Whole Corn ............................................................ =7.70 Check with us for High-Mag Products Bagged and Blocks Elmore's Farm Supply "We're the 117 E. Edgar Ave. F~...er~ Fr/end" R0nceverte, WV 647-4355 I II I I I I I I, | ' II II I I I Trees Now West Virginia landowners begin planning for spring ing now and place tree soon as possible. The tree season in this part of West begins in mid March and through the end of April. lings can also.be planted when there is adequate However, tree seedlings planted before April 30 to good survival rate .... ~asKet When planting tree seedling- _ landowner should determine t~an h~ jec.tive of planting the trees ar~er ch develop a plan to meet that ! tive. The plan should include of the area to be planted, ership for Echo and Jonsered power moisture availability, size of equipment. "The Jonsered chainsaw be planted, and direction the} is a new line to this area, and it fea- faces. Tree species vary in th~ tures the first turbo-charged chain- quirements for good growth a~' saws," Mr Tuckwiller said. . vival so these factors are nect~ Other items featured are chain- to determine which species to~ saws, weed trimmers, generators, Some of the most snowblowers, and landscaping sons for planting trees are equipment, tion, wildlife habitat, erosion "We are a full-service dealer and and Christmas tree we will service and repair other When planting trees for brands of equipment also, says Mr tion, the species selected she Gullette who has 12 years' experi- suitable for the area to be ence in mechanical service. and have the potential to Mr Tuckwiller's prior sales experi- valuable timber. Trees ence includes being a sales repre- wildlife should be of several dit sentative in West Virginia, sections species to provide both coverl of Pennsylvania and Maryland for a food supply. Trees intended f0~ large farm equipment company sion control should be fast-g~ which served seven states, and have the ability to witl~ B_IiLLL_~J,_~,~ 70.00 o 83.00 harsh growing conditions. See~ ~_Y..D3L~ planted for Christmas trees By Head 40.00- 80.00 be adaptable to the area int~ SLAUGHTER CATTLE for planting and of the speci .~ COWS ferred by the public as Chri~ Commercial 45.00 - 49.50 trees. | Utility 40.00 - ,~4.50 The West Virginia Division Canner and Cutter 25.00- 38.00 estry has seedlings available~ the Clements State Tree NuJ BULLS - The Division of Forestry has !~ Commercial & Good57.00 58.75 By Head 630.00 cies available to West Virginia| COW AND CALF PAIRS owners for planting within the~ By Head 500.00-575.00 The seedlings are availal~ COWS by head 500.00 - 770.00 bundles of 100 or 500 dependi~ HOGS the species selected. Orders No. 1 47.00 be placed by April 15 to assu~ NO. 2 46.00 livery in time for the optimum NO. 3 40.00 ing season. Some species SOWS NONE able in limited supply so BOARS 22.00 - 27.50 order early have the best SHOATS 27.50 - 30.00 obtaining the species they PIGS 9.00-24.00 An environmental PONIES 80.00- 110.00 packet is again available for SHEEP AND LAMBS landowners who do not BLUE 56.00 plant a large number of BLUE HEAD none packet contains 30 seedlings~ RED 53.75 ~~~~t~, [~~ MEDIUM 63.25 ' ' ~ ' ! " , ~ ' COMMON none EWES 12.00 GOATS 42.OO Bluegrass Market A new urban green paci~"- Saturday January 6, 1990 available this year. The packe~ 634 head sold to 84 buyers designed for homeowners wh01 amounting to $134,272.14 to plant several trees for a bo!~ $TOCKER AND FEEDER windbreak This packet contai~ STEERS; seedlings of either Scotch Under 500# 69.00- 96.00 white pine, or Norway spruce 500 - 750# 50.50 - 90.50 homeowner may select the Sl0 Over 750# 54.00-73.00 , he prefers. This packet also HEIFERS; $18 including delivery. Under 500# 65.00-83.00 Order forms for see.dting~ 500 - 750# 50.00 - 74.50 environmental packet, and tt~ Over 750# 48.00 - 70.00 ban green packet are now av8 BULL CALVES 69.00- 70.00 from the local Division of Fo BA8Y CALVES office. By Head 32.50 - 90.00 The West Virginia Division 0~ SLAUGHTER CATTLE estry has a Service Forestert STEERS none able for every county. The S~ HEIFERS 46.50-51.25 Forester can help a landown~ COWS 34.50 ~ 48.00 velop a planting plan or sel~ most sold 44.00-48.00 proper species to plant on BULLS area. In Greenbrier County, Under 1000# 55.00 - 62.50 Walter G. Jackson, 717 North JI Over 1000# 52.50-60.75 son Street, Lewisburg, phone} COW AND CALF PAIRS 7425. By Head 525.00 - 700.00 ~ ~,OWS bv hd. 365.00 - 580.00 ~ ! HQG~ BLUE 56.80 SLAUGHTER 31.00- 47.00 RED 54.00 SOWS 18.00 - 37.00 OTHERS 54.00 - 62.80 BOARS 22.00, 30.00 EWES 10.00- 27.00 PIGS & SHOATS BH6.00-34.50 BUCKS 19.00 .270.00 WETHERS none 75.00 - 115.00 GOATS, BH 25.00 - 51.00 J Sellin 20 Black and B/W 5 Hereford Cows All cows have been Wormed, Delouced, and Pregnancy Inconjunction with our regular sale Friday Jan. 1 2 PRO BUILDING 3, Highland Center, Railroad Avenue Alderson, West Virginia 24910 Phone: 445-7137 Due to physical size, mercttancl~in~ policies and manutacture:'s shortages, some stores may be unable to stock all ~tern,= =hown l-towever, most items can be ordered special by your Dealer assuring you o~ the sale price teatuxed We reserve the llght to limit quantities Alderson Livestock Market 445-2945 A Pag For People Who Work Close tothe