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The Mountain Messenger, Tuesday, April 3, 1990 Spring Feeder Cattle Sale Steers and Heifers 300 lb. and UD SJ,tt.e, Le April 9,1990 7:30 p.m. Alderson Livestock Market Ill ilnl For More information Contact: Alderson Livestock Market 445-2945 or Eugene Thompson 466-4134 II =% MIfJA Husqvarna Model 22RL Trimmer .................... $246.00 Husqvarna Model 25R Brush Regular $289.95 Cutter ............... =299.00 Husqvarna Model 26RLC Trimmer ................... $139.00 (26cc) (15" cut) ELMORE'S "We're the Farmer's Friend" Ronceverte, WV 647-4355 FARM SUPPLY I I NEED A BUYER? United Nahonars coast-to-coast advertising br=ngs buyers from all over the nation plus attracts prospects from European & As~n countries as well How do we get these real estate =nvestors? • CATALOG This famous publication is read world-w,de by hundreds Of thous'ands of men & women looking for all k~nds of real estate • NEWPAPER & MAGAZINE ADVERTISING Umted Nahonal has continuous ~advertisong in leadln8 newspapers all over the U S, foreign papers, specialty magazines, sports tournal˘~ & umque pubhcahons with readership in the mdhor~s O ILLUSTRATED BROCHURES & 4*COLOR PROPERTY BRIEFS: Tens of thousands of tt~ese brochures& briefs are circulated weekly to prospects all across the nation If you need a buyer for a business, farm. country estate, historic home or any other kind of real estate, call us today! WIDE OPEN SPACES. Modern people can find serenity with a fishin8 rod even in a fast-moving and progressive state They can still get away frorn it all m the country, They can be their own boss. decide their own future, throw away the clock and forget the crowd, Most important of all, rural life offers the best of the past AND the fu. ture "AMERICA'S RURAL AND SM,IJ.L-TOWN REAL ESTATE COMPANY" MOUNTAIN HOME PROPERTIES David Cedarleaf: Broker t08 S. Jefferson St., Lewisburg, WV 24901 645-4110 ANYTIME Sales Associates: Marianne Cedarleaf: 645-4110 Kay Gumm: 392-6263 [ ] Pumpkin Roll 3 eggs Filling 1 cup granulated sugar 1 cup powdered sugar 2/3 cup pumpkin 6 oz. Phil. Cream Cheese 1 tsp lemon juice 4 tbs. butter 3/4 cup all purpose flour 1/2 tsp vanilla 1 tsp baking powder 2 tsp cinnamon 1 tsp ginger 1/2 tsp nutmeg 1/2 tsp salt 1 cup chopped pecans Beat eggs on high speed for 5 minutes, gradually adding sugar. Fold pumpkin and lemon juice in. Sift together flour, baking powder, cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg and salt. Fold into mixture. Pour into 15x10x1 greased cookie sheet. Top with 1 cup chopped pecans and bake at 375 for 20 minutes. Turn out on heavily powdered sugared tea towel. Sprinkle with powdered sugar. At narrow end roll towel and cake together. Let cool. Filling: Combine sugar, cheese, butter, and vanilla. Beat until smooth. Unroll cake, spread filling, re-roll with- out towel. Chill. By Jerry Turner Send us your recipe! j anq FARM AND HOME LOANS bodykm the field better. Lewisburg 645-1575 BLUEGRASS MARKET, INC. Caldwell, West Virginia Wednesday, April 11 8:00 P.M. Saturday, April 14 2:30 P.M. FOR INFORMATION CALL Bluegrass Market, Inc .................. 645-7861 Bill Irons ............................. 647-4357 Charlie Long .......................... 645-2120 The cause of a problem always lies deeper than the effect. With a good diet, environment, and mental attitude both cause and effect will vanish. The three main functions of herbs are to help with elimination, purify the blood, and build up the body. As alternatives are used for blood purifiers and tonics for build- ing therapy carminatives, diaphoret- ics and diuretics are used in elimina- tion therapy. To rid the body of tox- ins does deplete energy, so be gentle. Carminatives are agents which expel gas from the intestines. These include allspice, angelica, anise, balm, basil, camomile, caraway, cardamon, carrot, celery, chick- weed, dill, fennel, feverfew, fragrant valerian, garlic, ginger, goldenrod, hyssop, juniper, lavender, Iovage, marjoram, mints, myrr, nutmeg, on- ion, orange, parsley, pimpernel, rue, sarsaparilla, savory, star anise, sweet cicely, and thyme. For any mild stomach upsets nibbling on any of these herbs produces almost im- mediate effects• ANGELICA, Angelica atropur- purea (Ammiaceae) also known as masterwort, purple angelica, alexan- ders, and archangel is found in damp mountain ravines, riverbanks and meadows across Europe, Asia, and from Canada to the Carolinas, or cultivated in gardens. The green- Beef and dairy farmers in West Virginia are reporting more cases of grass tetany and the state's veteri- narian believes poor hay quality last year may be the culprit. Grass tetany is a form of shock in the cow due to magnesium loss while the cow is nursing calves. The cow's heart cannot function without the proper amount of magnesium. The illness is very often fatal to the cow unless an intravenous mix- ture of magnesium and calcium is administered within a day. "We had a log of it early this spring," said Lewis Thomas, director of health programs for the West Vir- ginia Department of Agriculture. "We had a log of green grass in February, but the soil was still cool (from thawing) and in heavily fertil- ized fields that blocks the magne- sium in the soil from getting into the grass. Market Bluegrass Market Saturday March 31, 1990 432 head sold to 112 buyers amounting to $150,959.63 STOCKER AND FEEDER STEERS; Under 500# 84.00 - 102•00 500 - 750# 67.50 - 98.00 Over 750# 56.00 - 81.00 HEIFERS; Under 500# 60.00 - 89.50 500 - 750# 55.00 - 79.00 Over 750# 53.50 - 70.50 Statesman® 1/2 hp Shallow Well Jet Pump No. NCSSI-26. 115/230v. High pressure. Multi-use. Self-primtng. Heavy duty ball bearing motor. Lexan glass impeller. Dual voltage. #060-113 I0 Submersible Pumps 5 yr. limited warranty (ask dealer for details). Built-ln lightning protection. Stainless steel pump and motor shell, wire for told-depth weds. No con- trol box required. No. 8SP4CO2PF-S. l/2 hp. # 060- 11661 26995 Monthly Paym•nt $13.48 No. 8SP4DO2PF.3/4 hp. #060- 11663 3499" Monthly Payment $17.47 3 Wlre. 1/2 hp. 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Mercury float switch gives automatic operation. Piggyback plug with l0 ft. power cord. Pump body and impeller are rust-proof, abrasion resistant, glass-lined polproplylene. Capa- city 40 gal./mlnute at five feet of llft. I I/2 in. NPT discharge. #060- 11516 YOUR CHOICE Frost Proof Hydrant No. 80Z 2 R. bury depth. Adjustable flow rate. Round bail scat for longer life. L~ Polyethylene Pipe 0 ~Lra strong, Resists cracking, NFS approved for dfinking water. 1% in. x leo It. lO0 lb. psi rated. 1 in. x 300 It 160 Ib, psi rated. #060-33863 "060-33868 Farm • Home • Garden 920 Monroe Avenue. Ronceverte, W.Va. 647-4911 or 647-4455 W.Va. Reg. Toll Free 1-800-464-1717 Helen Woodward ,~n-white flowers to August. In herbal roots, rootstock and for many stomach problems. Angelica ciat to the skin and relief for rheumatic compress for gout. As tive, angelica is very nerves. The monks France make a tasty queur flavored with and vodka are often angelica oil. A hot tea will break no time. As a general should always be ing epidemics as it is poisons, comfort and heart, blood, and spiritS. nary medicine the herb diuretic and as a the food industry all plant, flowers, leaves used in baked goods, nishes, jams and saladS. ing plant attracts bees a good crop of honey. With so many practi~ gelica should be garden. Editor's Note: are intended for poses only. They are to treat, diagnose or nor to be considered tute for "Plus cattle had been I~ hay from last year whiChV good. There was too rnu ing the cutting said. He recommends a be called once a cow is magnesium is admini= quickly or too slowly, tl~ cow. You have to with a stethoscope. "You have to keep ment down until the had one farmer set the cow to get her up, an more cows drop dead Cows lose their serves while producing farmers put out blocks in the early recommends farmers mal two qunces of a day sprinkled on Report BULL CALVES 67.00 BABY CALVES By Head 130.50- VEAL CALVES none STEERS none HEIFERS none COWS 39.50 BULLS Under 1000# 50.50' Over 1000# 50.00" Bulls By Head 740.00 By Head 550.00 37o.oo HOGS SLAUGHTER 43.00 - SOWS 23.00 " = BOARS 22.00 - PIGS & SHOATS HORSES 310.00 PONIES. none MULES none BLUE 59.00 RED 52.00 OTHERS 59.00 EWES 17.00 BUCKS 19.00 20.00 BABY LAMBS 7.00 - WETHERS None GOATS, bh 21.00 - 43.00 Alderson Friday March 30 159 head sold to 31 STEERS Choice 100.00 - Good 85.00 - 98.( Medium 69.00 - 82. Common 59.00 - 613. HEIFERS 'Choice 81.00"- 68.00 Good 70.00 - 79.50 Medium 59.00 - 68.50 71.00" COWS Commercial 45•00 - Utility 3900 - 44100 Commercial & Good ~I By Head 6400.00" by head 325; SHOATS 31.00 - 37.00 PIGS 14 00- 26.00 BLUE 59.0O RED 58.00 MEDIUM 65.00