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i.I UNITED NATI()NAL REAL ;TATE JONSERED The West Virginia Division of For- estry will issue permits to cut fire- wood on the Greenbrier State For- est. The Firewood cutting area is lo- cated along the county road on the top of Kate's Mountain within the sate forest boundaries. The trees available for cutting as firewood are any trees marked with orange paint and any down or uprooted trees. Signs will be posted to indicate the cutting area. Firewood cutting will be permitted from 8:30 a.m. on Monday, February 26 to 4:30 p.m. on Friday, March 2. The firewood is free, but a permit is required before any wood is cut. Permits may be obtained from the Greenbrier State Forest office lo- cated on Harts Run from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on February 26 to March 2. Permits will be issued on a first com~-first served basis. There is a limit of 5 pickup truck loads or equivalent per individual or house- hold. The firewood, is for personal use only and may not be sold. When cutting the firewood, ex- treme care should be d~ed when felling trees to prevent personal in- jury or damage to vehicles. Large or dead trees should only be felled by expert cutters. Any trees which fall across the road must be immedi- ately cleared to allow passage of vehicles. There are many uprooted trees blown over by Hurricane Hugo which have lodged in other trees. These trees should only be cut by expert cutters as they can be very dangerous and could result in se- vere personal injury if improperly cut. Firewood cutters with average capabilities should restrict their cut- ting to standing trees 10 inches or tess in diameter and trees fully on the ground. People with a low level of firewood cutting experience should restrict their cutting only to trees fully on the ground. Additional information concerning the firewood cutting may be ob- tained by contacting Walter Jackson, Service Forester or George Clarkson, Forest Ranger at 647-7426. I. Elmore's Farm Supply CLOSE-OUT SPECIALS ROUND BALE FEEDERS Heavy Duty 2 Piece (Round Pipe)._ !117.00 (Regular $133.00) Medium Weight (3-Piece) __$99.00 (Regular $.111.80) WHILE SUPPLY LASTS CASH.N.CARRY FARM "We're The Farmer's Friend" 647-4355 Weekly Specials Zimecterin Horse Wormer .......... 8.99 oa Wonder Blue Shampoo ........ ea Curry Comb ................................................ ea Hoof Picks ea Grooming_ Brush ................................... 3.99ea Ropes 25% OFF Halters - (All s_izes &_.AIl__colors)" Colt Maker .............................................................. 50 lb. 6.65 Sweet Feed ............................................................ 5o lb. 4.30 Prices Good Thurs. thru Sat. (2-28 thru 3-3-90) "Cash & Carry Only GREENBRIER VALLEY IFARM CENTER [, 920 Monroe Ave., Ronceverte, WV 647-49t 1 or 1-800-464-1717 {WV Toll Free Line) Ed TucleMIler, Sales Sales and Service Trimmers CHOCOLATE POUND CAKE 1/2 cup butter 1 cup Crisco 3 cups Sugar 1 cup milk 5 eggs 3 cups flour 5 tablespoons Cocoa 1/2 teaspoon baking powder 1/4 teaspoon Salt 2 teaspoons vanilla ;'4 Cream s rting & sugar. Add eggs, one at a time. Mix well after each. Sift dry ingredients and add alternately with milk & add vanilla. Pour into tube pan(greased & floured) Bake 1 1/2 hrs at 325o By J. Schumaker Sweet Springs Send your favorite recipe to Mountain Messenger 647-5724 122 N. Court St. Lewisburg, WV 24901 1,000's of buyers call UNITED NATIONAL everyday! They are ready to buy all kinds of real estate -- farms, businesses, town and country homes, farmettes, vacation retreats, historic proper- ties! If you are ready to sell, UNITED NATIONAL may already have a buyer. Call us today. Even better, come by for a visit so we can show you how to put a "SOLD" sign on your property. MOUNTAIN HOME PROPERTIES COUNTRY MAGIC There is a magical quality about country liv- ing. A magic born of freedom, purity, beauty, life itself. Freedom from too many restrictions and tensions, where it's pos- sible to go outdoors with out the constant feeling of being watched. Purity of air so vibrant it can uplift the spirit. Beauty of the vast array of ever changing light, colors, and shapes of nature. Anyone who has ex- perienced the bursting forth of life in spring, has no doubt that there is magic in the J Dave Cedadeaf: Broker 108 S. Jefferson St. Lewisburg, WV 24901 645-4110 ANYTIME Sales Associates: Maranne Cedarleaf 645-4110 Kay Gumm 392-626.1 country. "America's Rual and Small Town Real Estate Company" , Tract Tillers rators Push M Vacuums For All Your Outdoor Power Equipment Needs, Stop By And See Us. We Also Service Other Brand Name Equipment - So Get That Spring Tune-Up Now! 1/2 Mile North Of 1-64, US 219 North Lewisburg, W.Va. 645-4763 or 1-800-464-1717 Joe Gullette, Service 8A The Mountain Messenger, Tuesday, February Now we can move on to antisep- tic herbs. We all know antiseptics are agents that kill germs. In herbal language the intent and action is a little more than the "hype" of a televi-' sign commercial on cleanliness. Antiseptic herbs act as agents for destroying or inhibiting pathogenic or putrefactive bacteria. In common language this means we finally got the bad guys. The prefix patho always indicates disease or suffering. Genesis, as in the first book of the Bible, means beginning. Genic is derived from genesis in shortened form, meaning the potential is there. Therefore, pathogenic means capable of caus- ing diseases. The bad guy is on the scene; what will we do about him? Putrefactive means bring about putrifaction. In a way we all know what this means -- something just smells bad. Instinct tells us some- thing must be wrong -- out of order. All of the above is true. Our sense of smell does tell us that something of organic matter is decomposing, breaking down to basic parts, bacte- ria invade. Bacteria are free-loaders. Some- one is taking a free ride on OUR back and just waiting for a weak- ness to occur. What actually is hap- pening, happens all of the time. We can ignore the bacteria or we let them get to us. Obviously when we ignore their presence there is no problem because we do not allow them to be. They are just there en- joying their free ride. Problems oc- cur when we allow them to exist. This happens when we don't take proper care of ourselves. The weak- est part of our bodies, our "Achilles heel," is the most susceptible. Prime time TV is on the scene and cam- eras are ready. The very rested freeloader parasites are totally pre- pared to take advantage of this weak situation. They invade. Our Helen Woodward body goes from AGRAVATION and is DESTRUCTION period. good time for antiseptic the scene. Beechdrops, chives, Robert, Lady's mantle, periwinkle, Peruvian sewa, poplar and wild some of the many good herbs. BEECHDROPS, Epifag canus or virginiana chacese), is a parasitic taches itself to the beech tree. This is a ample of "an eye for an negative actually treats negative condition. Any plant can be used to minor cuts and wounds, skin irritations. CHIVE, Allium is a member of the which helps to promote stimulate the digestive Chives should always be to maintain the maximum their iron content. Chop add to salads or soup. HERB ROBERT, tianum (Geraniaceae) NESBILL, Geranium (Geraniaceae), (common nium with clusters of ers blooming from late June early July, leaves are lobed and usually spotted) only two members of the family used medicinally. used for color and scent have specific labeled, noted, medical green crushed leaf of the will clean, cleanse and cuts, inflammations, and tea of this herb makes a mouthwash and diluted strength, a good eye-wash. We do need to learn care of ourselves. No Bake Fruitcake 1 one pound box graham cracker 1 10-ounce jar maraschino cherries drained 1 14 ounce can sweetened condensed milk 2 cups chopped pecans or walnuts 1 3.5 ounce can flaked coconut 1 cup dates or raisins Crush graham crackers into crumbs. Drain juice from cherries, Combine all ingredients in an extra large bowl. ( Tip. You may divide the ingredients equally two large mixing bowls.) Mix with electric mixer until Add enough cherry juice to make dough stick together. well. Divide dough into four equal sections. On waxed form each section into roll or loaf shape. (Dough may be! one hour for easier handling.) Decorate top of loafs with I: halfs. By Christy Fairlea Send your favorite recipe to Mountain Messenger 647-5724 122 N. Court St. Lewisburg, WV 24901 , , -= A Page For People Who Work Close to. the Earth IL Bring Your Soil In Now For Early Its. Our Fort Spring Location Will Soon Be Open. By An Bluegrass 4' Saturday February 2, 147 head sold to amounting to STEERS; Under 500# 78.00 - 1 500 - 750# 47.50" Over 750# 72.00 HEIFERS; Under 500# 66.00 500 - 750# 65.00 Over 750# 58.50 "~ BULL CALVES 81.00" BABY CALVES By Head 20.00- VEAL CALVES none 8~AUGHTER CATrI~ STEERS none HEIFERS none COWS most sold 47.50" BULLS Under 1000# none Over 1000# 53.00 COW AND CALF PAI~ By Head 435.00" COWS t2y hd. none HOGS SLAUGHTER 43.00 SOWS 35.50 - BOARS 32.75 t:LEEE_ .aM# BLUE 55.O0 RED None OTHERS 56.50 - GOATS. bh 5n nn