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[ Bluegrass Market i Saturday October 13. 1990 707 head sold to 110 buyers The Joy of Farmin Amount,ng to $22856644 __ Ella S. Galford I STOCKER & FEEDER [iCuino~eatOl~ a!a~ndg~!l~!li~;;ct~tm~eI~nia~engerwsei~hf STEERS: ii . Under 500# 66.00 106.00 I ~a~lt~:ntmg 500-750# 62.00 90.00 Over 750# 46.00 78.00 ~ts visit West'Vir- dirty finger tips left those HEIFERS: ~out the year. They smudges of brown on it. I lookUnder 500# 62.50 103.00 ~jhlstorical sites, gee- closely at the tree and am un-501-750# 52.00 82.50 ~ers, attending fairs able to discern any two leaves in ~als, they fish, hunt, the exact same color pattern. I Over 750# 50.00 76.00 ~e come to enjoy the have no doubt a master artist BULL CLVS 65.00 91.50 ~llfestyle and scen- has been at work on this tree.BABY CLVS 32.50 135.00 ~l~rs like to swap the 1 lean against the trunk of a ~!wSUmmer days of the birch and stare through it's pure SLAUGHTER CATTLE lands for the natu- yellow leaves at the brilliant blue HEIFERS 48.00 tioning of our hills, sky. Gold and blue -- how ap- COWS 36.00 59.00 , October with it's propriate that those are our MOST SOLD 45.00 48.00 ~and wealth of color state colors. I turn to watch two BULLS 51.50 67.00 treasure month in chipmunks chase each other Under 1000# 52.00 66.50 r it Is now that the through the leaves and go scare- Over 1000# 51.50 67.00 rth such an enticing pering up a tree sidewinder fash- at it is almost im- ion. ihr folks to resist visit- An almost black-green red 840.00 ~,Those who visit once ~lly so entranced that ~ again and again in this annual invita- E gold -- I like that. r is much more than Bqllnk looking out my L ladow at Spruce Knob g/-~k. Almost over night L'~een transformed into E rsian rug. Or, has [ Ung a rich Oriental over them? What- the artist has not Flla~lor. There are reds, oranges, golds, dl roons, russets and IK"u e Shades of green. As ~i~eYes to the ridge pas- rye an emerald sea white which I know razing sheep flock. gtlard in the corner of a flaming red maple ~-~ at it and think of Elag aside to see the h that was not con- e flames. front lawn I let the of the nearby hills un- Colors to me. They r himmer and pulse and their colors until I it. Almost bel r ~, ray feet have carried Wood lot. It is plain blexpected because my [~uaa been strewed with F .glds. I scuff my feet lilld in me is pleased oLse I make. The rustl- release the fragrance humus earth and I ply or it. ~,a leaf from a sugar F~tl Stand in awe and spruce beckons to me. The breezes have playfully decorated its branches with multicolored leaves. Were they playing a Hal- loween prank or is this a preview of a Christmas tree? I look yearningly at the bounty of cones in the top branches but have to settle for some low grow- ing cones on a nearby hemlock. I stuff my pockets with these to carry home to be used in Christ- mas decorations. l'd like to spend all afternoon here but chores call to me. As I retrace my steps I am suddenly aware I walk in beauty. It forms a canopy over me, floats silently through the air around me, sur- rounds me on all sides and Is trodden on with each step I take. The Ohio tourist said a lady at a tourist information booth had suggested he take Scenic Highway 150 from Route 219 on Elk Mountain to the Cranberry Center before going to Hillsboro -- because the leaves would be at their peak color on this drive. However, he felt she had given him little indication of the spec- tacular colors and views he would encounter. He insinuated we natives did not really appreci- ate our Autumn Gold. I smiled, thinking of my after- noon in the woods, but agreed that he could be right. We na- tives know this beauty has a short season and we do take to the highways, by-ways, lanes and paths to enjoy it. We know our Autumn Gold soon turns to dross and is crumbled under our feet and we moan and groan as we work to rake and bag the many leaves from our yards. Page For People Who Work Close To The Earth ore i . Nylon Dog Collars Take $1.00 off the collar of your choice llield Coating (Bright) $99.00 Osed Reg $44.95 Chain Saws rm Supply "'We're the FarmerS Friend" 6a7-4355 Iain tional Manager f ER$, FORESTERS "Nb FARMERS ' NUMBER ONE ~.~e have expanded our ~,~s~SS include [ TE INSURANCE 1 lhrough our new [ ' We , ~:~_~1" erical Lines I VEHICLES, ~"~,~NERAL LIABILITY, ] UlPMENT INLAND N ~t~h ~en offer Group I Life I Jim Jackson tor a [ itive quote. !L.,L 1"64 & EXIT 175 I I Alderson Market Friday, October 12, 1990 190 head sold to 29 buyers Amounting to $65,388.07 STOCKER & FEEDER HEIFERS: UNDER 500# 67.00 86.00 500 to 700# 65.00 80.00 MEDIUM COMMON STOCKERS & FEEDERS STEERS: UNDER 500# 80.00 101.00 500 to 700# 76.00 88.00 OVER 700# 68.50 77.50 COMMON STOCKERS & FEEDERS BULLS BABY CALVES 80.00 95.00 HOGS SOWS BOARS COW & CALF SHOATS PAIRS 430.00 PIGS COWS, BH 740.00 COWS HOGS COMMERCIAL 50.00 52.00 SLAUGHTER 52.00 58.50 UTILITY 46.50 47.00 SOWS 39.00 47.00 COWS&CLVS 700.00 770.00 BOARS 38.00 41.00 COWS, B. H. 410.00 690.00 PIGS & SHOATS BULLS By Head 26.00 64.00 COMMERCIAL & GOOD 53.50 CUTTER HORSES EACH 155.00 465.00 PONIES SHEEP & LAMBS BLUE 4 1.00 BLUE HEAD SHEEP & LAMBS BLUE 45.00 RED 40.00 MEDIUM COMMON OTHERS 17.00 48.75 EWES, CWT EWES 10.50 20.50 EWES, B.H. BUCKS 15.00 19.00 BUCKS, B.H. WETHERS . -, GOATS GOATS By Head 16.00 22.00 By Head The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, October 18, 1990 7A Shreds leaves, weeds, peat Model 500...Our Most and other organic matter to Popular Model produce compost Food crops and ornamentale need no other form of fertilizer other than good compost produced by a chipper/shredder Compost builds good soil structure, provides draught protection, helps eliminate erosion and ~mprove your soil. Controls soil pH, stimulates plant growth, and lengthens your growing season ~',"~ Turns brush and leaves into beaubful mulch Heavy-duty 12 gauge steel conslruchon Modal 800...For Large Lots and Gardens Model 2000,..For Small Farms SOLD BY: Greenbrier Tractor Sales Route 219 N., Lewisburg, WV 645-1711 No other national real estate organization reaches more prospective buyers for its seller's properties than: UNITED NATIONAL MOUNTAIN HOME PROPERTIES Main Office Branch Office Lewisburg , ~ , t/' Hillsboro 645-41 i0 653-4421 Dave Cedarleaf--Broker Marianne Cedarleaf--Sales Kay Harper Gumm--Sales Associate III II I 56.50 12.00 16.00 1990 Bluegrass Market, Inc. Lewisburg, WV 24901 Wednesday, October 31, 8:00 P.M. Calves And Yearlings For Further Information Bluegrass Market, Inc ................................. 645-7861 Charlie Long ......................................... 645-2120 Bill Irons ............................................ 647-4357 m IS NOW AT IT'S NEW LOCATION I 6 MILES NORTH OF ALDERSON ON RT. 12 AT ASBURY Stop in and see what Agri - Supply now has to offer youi Cargill Feeds. Bench Feeders Farm Supplies Safemark Tires & Batteries Grease & Oil Fall Seeds Gates Youngs Minerals Livestock Handling Equipment i 445-7383 Alderson WV. Monday October 29th 8:00 p.m. November 5th 8:00 p.m. r.. i COW SIDLE nancy Tested ,rmat,on Call \/i=" Alders-on Mkt...445-2945 C.D. Co!e ....................... 884-8886 John Spnker .................... 884-7915