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B22*Lancastar Fanning, Saturday, September 30, 1995
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QUESTION Ellen Ranck, Cochranville, would like to
know where to purchase the first reader book, “Ben and-
QUESTION A.M. Rohrer, East Berlin, would like the
words tb the poem that begins: “When I was young and brave
and strong, when right was right and wrong was wrong....”
QUESTION A subscriber would like to know where to
locate a 1965,1966, or 1967 gas tank (new, old stock) for a
QUESTION Robert Noller, Medford, N.J., writes that
some time ago an ad appeared in this paper for plans to build
a vegetable stand. He purchased the plans and misplaced
them. Anyone able to help him with a name and address?
QUESTION Henry Stoltzfus, Gordonville, would like to
know where to get address stampers with interchangeable
letters, new or used, or other printers.
QUESTION A Lehighton subscriber writes that she is
the person who had requested an address for the company of
the Merit Quik Chef Fast Grill. Someone sent an address, but
when she wrote to it, her letter was returned. Does someone
have an up-to-date address?
QUESTION Jeff Connors, Perryville, MD, would like to
know where he can purchase a toy Farmall 560 1958 NFAN
QUESTION Joan Francisco, Stroudsburg, would like to
know where to purchase oil of cassia, used in Italian cooking.
QUESTION Yvonne Lawrence, Newburgh, N.Y., would
like to know where to purchase a rhubarb and soda mixture
used for indigestion. She used to purchase it in a pharmacy
but finds the New York pharmacies don’t stock it anymore.
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f. l AI
SO ton early cut Timothy
hay, stored inside,
4x4x6Vl' bales, $75/ton.
Adams Co. 717/334-6655.
Ear com 6-8 ton; tractor
F2O on rubber, runs. Perry
Aroostook rye, cleaned and
bagged, $5.25/bu. Berks
Firewood: locust, walnut,
etc. Already seasoned. You
cut up. $lO pickup load. JD
A, needs some repair,
$BOO. Lane. 717/684-5352.
smooth mouth, anyone can
drive, traffic safe. Jonas M.
Hoover, 492 Reidenbach
Rd, New Holland 17557,
QUESTION Mrs. William Pierce, Palmyra, would like to
know where to purchase antique two-bottom dishes for crock
type chicken water fountains. Must be white with 10-inch top
and 8-inch bottom.
ANSWER Minnie Stauffer, Ephrata, wanted to know
how many different peanut butter glasses imprinted with a
flower and name are available. Thanks to Kathleen Doll who
writes that she has approximately 100 different flowers and
350 different colors in her collection. She knows that she does
not have all of them, but she enjoys looking for them and
would be glad to help. Contact her at R. 2, Box 2213, Glenviile,
PA 17329 or call (717) 235-7298.
ANSWER Marie Lorah, Tamaqua, wanted to know
where she could purchase some owl glasses? Thanks to Gre
ta Nafe, who writes that she has sdme to sell. Contact her at
R.l, Box 53-H, Glen Rock, PA 17327 or call (717) 235-1104.
ANSWER Michael Pronio, Hummelstown, wanted a
double wheel coffee grinder, the type used at the old general
stores. A 26-inch coffee grinder (Woodruff & Edwards Co.) is
available at Shartlesville General Store, Box 212, Shartlesvil
le, PA 19554.
ANSWER L. Hoover, Denver, wanted to know why her
gladiolus turned a moldy brown before they opened. Most
were newly purchased bulbs. If the bulbs are saved, will they
do the same thing next year? Thanks to Minnie Stauffer who
writes that she had the same experience with newly pur
chased bulbs, which spread it to 1,400 bulbs. The county
extension agent said that thnps were causing the problem.
You cannot see thrips but they work inside the bulb and plant.
Last fatt, they mixed Diazinon Insect Spray with water,
dipped the bulbs into that, and spread them to dry on the barn
When dry and ready for storage, the bulbs were dusted with
bulb dust and put away for the winter.
This summer, after they were eight inches high, the bulbs
were sprayed about every 10 days with Diazinon. There were
still cases of it, but it was kept under control.
Only ads submitted on this official form will be published in our
mailbox markets. No photo copies accepted!
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For. Sale I I Notice I I Wanted pa
Douglas & Conoolor Fir,
Whits Pine, Blue Spruce.
Cut & baled or you dig. Call
for wholesale brochure.
Nl ground driven manure
spreader $990; Kubota 6'
box grader, 3pt hitch, $550;
6' York rake $250. Perry
2000 bales of good
Timothy and Orchard grass
hay for sale. Asking
wagon, 14', 3 beaters w/
roof, $BOO. Franklin
| finishing mower for 3
P TH, good condition. Call
evenings & weekends,
18 County Phone No,
ON PAGE D-2
Massey Harris 82 combine
12' header for parts or can
be restored, motor needs
repair. Northern York Co.
Horn loader fits 77 Oliver
w/80’ snow and manure
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Markets that do not meet thesi
430 Case w/loader; 250
gal. gas tank w/pump; 250
gal. mel oil tank;T-20 craw
ler tractor and parts. York
4’x4’ slate stove board
excellent cond. Small ddsr
press, 3 bu. capacity com
plete. Lane. Co.
Dalmations AKC, 8 wks, ifl
shots, wormed, care kit,
home raised w/children,
$2OO. York 717/266-7326.
(2) 1966 Mustang coupes,
6 cyl. auto, sell 1 or both,
$5OO each, ready to
restore, kept inside. Lan
JD 216,214 forage wagons
for parts or fix ups. Juniati
Stallion pony, 3 years old,
drives, needs exp. driver,
MF 40r5 bottom trailer
plow, Gleaner E-3 com
bine, good condition. Union
Reg. Anglo mare, 2 yean
old, $2000; teg. ArabcoM
months, $lOOO. George
Barry, Jr., 232 KashnerOr.,
Danville, PA 17621.
Reg. Belgian stud, reddish
blond, white marking, 6 yr
old, Big Top quality. Ervin
Hoover, 328 W. Maple
Grove Rd., Denver, PA,
Stirator Suk-up for 27 bin
w/update package; Ford 6
3pt heavy duty rotary mow
er. York 717/229-2352. -
JD 606 3pt mower $800;
$65; Batter-n-Bens fir#
place insert plus ash buck
et $2O. Lane.
iar corn hopper attach
ment for 830 harvester, ’/> ’
screen for ear com; Silo
matic Titan 20' silo unload
er parts. Fulton
Fiberglas truck cap 8' rad,
$75; Berks, 6KV856-7764
P.Q. Box 609
1 E. Main St
Ephrata, PA 17522
No Phone Celle Pleaa