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10A The Mountain Messenger, Tuesday, March 27, 1990 FOr People I re-Seas0n Sal Prices NOW in effect to April 15th on all John Deere Lawn & Garden Equipment. Rt. 219 North Lewisburg, WV 497-2777 i I i America's favorite Saves time--stops dandelions and 50 other ugly weeds and gives quick, deep greening Greening lasts up to 2 months Safe, consistent feeding and weed control in every granule t Backed by Scotts No-Quibble Guarantee ,Turf Builder Plus 2. weed control plus lawn fertilizer 1/2 mile N of 1-64, US 219 North Lewisburg, WV 647-4769 (Grow) Greg Morgan ii iiii Alderson Market Friday March 23, 1990 149 head sold to 37 buyers amounting to $54,969.95 STOCKER AND FEEDER STEERS Choice 100.00 - 111.50 Good 86.00 - 98.50 Medium 75.00 - 84.50 Common 65.00 - 72.50 HEIFERS Choice 78.00 - 85.00 Good 70.00 - 76.75 Medium 57.00 - 69.50 Mountain International JIM JACKSON Insurance Division Manager MOUNTAIN INTERNATIONAL. 536-2000 TRUCK USERS, FORESTERS, AND FARMERS You are our NUMBER ONE customers t We have expanded our business to include COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICES through our new JNSURANCE DIVISIONI! We cover all Commercial Lines including VEHICLES, PROPERTY, GENERAL LIABILITY, AND EQUIPMENT INLAND MARINE. We can even offer Group Health & Life Packages for you and your employees. Call Jim Jackson for a competitive quote. LEWlSBURG 1-64 & Exit 175 (304) 536-2000 70.00 - 94.00 BABY CALVES By Head 50.00 - 140.00 SLAUGHTER CATTLE COWS Commercial 48.00 - 52.75 Utility 46.00 - 47.75 Canner and Cutter 43.75-45.00 BULLS Commercial & Good 56.00-59.50 Cutter 49.75 - 54.00 COW AND CALF PAIRS By Head 570.00 - 735.00 by head 380.00 - 480.00 HOGS No. 1 42.50 NO. 2 39,5O NO. 3 35.50 SOWS 38.00 BOARS 35.OO PIGS 13.00 - 23.00 EWES 22.5O Bluegrass Market Saturday March 24, 1990 240 head sold to 76 buyers amounting to $75,571.06 STOCKER AND FEEDER STEERS; Under 500# 74.00 - 110.00 500 - 750# 66.50 - 83.50 Over 750# 71.50 HEIFERS; Under 500# 69.00 - 96.00 500 - 750# 49.00 - 79.50 Over 750# 45.00 - 64.00 BULL CALVES 71.00 - 95.50 BABY CALVES By Head 37.50 - 160.00 VEAL CALVES 79.00 SLAUGHTER CATTLE HEIFERS 53.25 - 58.00 COWS 37.50 - 52.50 BULLS Under 1000# 51.50 Over 1000# 58.00 COW AND CALF PAIR~; By Head 690.00 COWS by hd. 490.00 SLAUGHTER 41.25 - 48.00 SOWS 42.00 - 44.00 BOARS 35.00 PIGS & SHOATS bh20.00-37.50 BABY LAMBS 13.00 - 30.00 ~, bh 10.00 - 48.00 SPRING IS HERE For A Limited Time - Bring Your Deutz- Allis Lawn And Garden Equipment In For Pre-Season Repair. Engine tune-ups, transmission checks blades sharpened. mower adjustments and anything your lawn and garden equipment needs to begin the 1990 season trouble free. Bring Them In Before March 31, 1990 And Receive 10% DISCOUNT ON ALL LABOR AND PARTS. Pay Cash And Receive 12% DISCOUNT. Hurry/Offer expires March 3 I, 1990. Bill Gillespie, Forestry Adminis- trator with the Division of Forestry, reminds citizens that the statutory Spring Forest Fire Season runs through May 31, 1990. During this period, open outdoor burning is prohibited between 7 a.m. and 4 p.m. because forest fires are most likely to start and cause exten- sive damage during these times. If it is necessary to burn vegetative de- bris during the spring fire season, individuals and business must, by law, conduct the burning between 4 p.m. and 7 a.m. "Three exceptions are allowed," Mr Gillespie said, "Small cooking or warming fires, around which all in- flammable material has been re- moved for a distance of ten feet from the fire; burning may be con- ducted when there is one or more inches of snow on the ground; burn- ing is allowable during prohibited hours by a permit from the Division of Forestry if burning is conducted for industrial/commercial purposes only when the quantity of debris is too great to be completely burned during the allowable hours. Permits will not be issued to individual homeowners, because they can ei- ther divide the debris to be burned so that it can be burned completely during permissible hours or they may wait until after fire season to burn the debris. "Burning conducted partments or industry fire training purposes. Prescribed burning fc research purposes whE scribed burning plan has pared by a specially and approved by the estry. All outdoor burning an adequate safety strip than ten feet wide from flammable material has moved. Avoid burning dry conditions and keep tools on hand during the Before leaving any fires for riod of time, it must be guished," Mr Gillespie said. "The law provides for a up to $300 for violation of visions, plus payment of and fire suppression costs if escapes beyond the forestry employee said. "Forestry personnel forcement officers will be during the spring fire der to stop illegal which is responsible for cent of all spring forest state," according to spring nearly 14,000 needlessly ravaged by which caused more than damage to the state's est resources," Mr Gilles State Registration For Vendors of Plants Agriculture Commissioner Cleve Benedict reminds landscapers, man- agers of retail outlets and others who sell or distribute plant material that state law requires them to be registered with the West Virginia Department of Agriculture prior to selling or distributing rose bushes, hardy azaleas, shade trees or other plants defined as nursery stock (hardy, woody-stemmed perennial plants and sod). Anyone distributing nursery stock that they themselves did not grow must be registered as a "Nursery Dealer" with the West Virginia De- partment of Agriculture and pay a $40 registration fee for each outlet offering nursery stock. The tion requirement does not establishments that sell ding plants, bulbs, indoor vegetable seedlings. Anyone found guiRy exposing for sale or nursery stock without registration will be fined. for distributing nursery the proper registration was increased to a For additional the sale of plant material registered contact Plant Division, West Virginia of Agriculture, Spring Feeder Cattle Sale Steers and Heifers 300 lb. and UO April 9,1990 7:30 p.m. Alderson Livestock Marke! For More information Contact: Atderson Livestock Market 445-2945 or Eugene Thompson St u'k ; Bear Fruit. Since 1816. "Cheap" is seldom a bargain. When you buy cheaper fruit b'ees, you're often buy- ing trouble, now and later on. It may be hard to see the difference when you buy your trees, but when they start to produce, the difference may be all too clear. And that's a bad time to learn you've made a mistake. The truth is this: quality must be in the tree from the beginning, even if it doesn't show. Genetic differences determine how well a tree will grow and produce the results you want. If a t~ee doesn't have this quality to begin with. it never will, no matter how much time and care and money you spend on it. Cheaper trees can cost a lot more in the long tun because of extra time and care they'll require. Valley Garden Center 1t2 mile North of 1-64, US 219 N Lewisburg, WV 645-4769 (GROW) GREG MORGAN GREENBRIER TRACTOR SALES, INC. US ROUTE 219 N. LEWISBURG. W.VA. 645-1711 1,000's of buyers call UNITED NATIONAL every day! They are ready to buy all kinds of real estate farms, businesses, town & country homes, farmettes, vacation retreats, historic properties! 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. "AMERICA'S RURAL AND SMALL-TOWN REAL ESTATE COMPANY" MOUNTAIN HOME PROPERTIES David Cedarleaf: Broker 653-4421 108 S. 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