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,900 FIND IT IN THE ... Lewis Co., 120 McGary Ave. Weston. What about this one? Great starter or rental home with 3 bedrooms, eat-in kitchen, dining room. Partial basement with washer and dryer hook up. Partial fenced yard. Close to shopping, school and medical facility. $48,700. Lewis Co., 7354 US Highway 33 West., Camden. 15+/- acres. Whitehurst Farms. Very profitable business, at this time, but could be used for small (horse) farm, or to build your dream home. USE YOUR IMAGINATION! All inventory, at closing conveys with the property. $119,000. Lewis Co., 12 Center Avenue, Weston. Need more room? This home has it! 3 large bedrooms, large dining room and two baths for the large family. Hardwood floors throughout. Large laundry room on the first floor with a utility sink. You get a lot house for the money. $50,000. Marion Co., Rt. 1 Box 235 Rivesville. Beautiful farm land that is fenced for livestock. Two huge barns and an old garage used for farm equipment. Cellar house with above 15x15 bedroom. Also two storage sheds. $126,500 WITH 4 OFFICES TO SERVE YOU BETI R! Spencer 92%4400 -Clay 58%4622 *Sutton 765-2477 .Weston 269-7910 www malmmtum Tor David M. Greenlm, (attC~ mlm ~m~ yrd, Set to Deliver 'Straight Talk' to 9un ain State 1i ,ters ii When it comes to moving West have four years later. George Bush Over 250,000 West Virginians are Virginia and the United States for- has broken all of those promises, without health insurance. Seniors ward, there is only one choice this "George Bush has had his chance, face a record hike in their Medicare election -- to elect John Kerry as He failed. We need a president who costs. President. will keep his word. We need a presi- More than 18,000 West Virginia That's the message that Senators dent who will stand up for working children have seen classroom pro- Robert C. Byrd, D-W.Va., and Ed- families. George Bush hasn't and gramsdisappearbecauseofPresident ,lie ward M. Kennedy, D-Mass., will bring won't. We need John Kerry as presi- Bush's broken promises. 9n to Marion County on Saturday, Octo- dent," Byrd said. AndGeorge Bushhasn'tcomeclose as. ber 16, 2004. The West Virginia lawmaker noted --- not once --- to making good on his :el "The people of West Virginia de- thaL in the Mountain State and across pledge to invest $2 billion in Clean ial serve some straight talk," Byrd said. the country, too many people are with- Coal Technology. ,er "Four years ago, GeorgeBushwalked outwork. In the last few weeks alone, ,W. qrkingpeopleandfamiliesn~ ~f into our state and made big promises, six companies have announced plans a L~r~es~dem ~w~h? understands ~t I~e promised to stand up for our steel- to close operations in West V~inia, ~care~is~expens-ive~We n~ Ilk workers. He promised to invest $2 putting nearly 2,000 people out of a president who will work for job billion in Clean Coal Technology. work. Meanwhile, millionsofAmeri- security. We need a president who He promised new funds for our cans with jobs work longer for less will help our senior citizens," Byrd schools. He promised that he would pay because the Bush White House said. "That's why I am voting for ~5 create jobs in our state. What do we cut their overtime. John Kerry for President." d. ,,North Bend State Park accepts group reservations three years in advance starting Nov. 15 =J Group reservations wili be accepted phone only starting at 8 a.m. on No- rental criteria may also reserve the for three years'in advance, beginning vember 15, 2004. Group reservations conference room and/or picnic shei- on November 15, 2004 at North Bend for two years in advance or less will ter. All reservation policies and fa- 4 State Park in Ritchie County. require the rental of five to 15 lodge cility-use guidelines are still valid. To qualify for the three years in rooms and/or less than all the cabins. Advanced deposits will secure reser- advance group reservations, there Two-year group reservations will be- vations as required. For additional mustbe a rental of 15 or more lodge gin at 8 a.m. on December 1, 2004. information, please contact Kristi Six roomsand/oralltherentalofaliofthe Group reservations will be ac- Steed at (304) 643-2931 or 1-800- cabins will be required. Three-year cepted on a first-come, first-serve CALL WVA and ask for North Bend reservations will be acceoted by tele- Brent Benjamin. Kicks mpaign into high gea / basis. Groups that meet the above State Park. FinanciaI Aid Survey places W. in upper tier of state spending f .. port, issued in May 2004, examined states can match our commitment ot ~i: .... ~ actual 2002-2003 academic year ex- both need-based and merit-based fi- ' penditures as reported by each state, nancial aid. Through the funding of According to the recently released cationGrant$2,718,earnedWestVir- annual survey by the National Asso- ginia a ranking of 19th nationally. ciationofStateStudentGrantandAid According to J. Michael Mullen, Programs (NASSGAP), West Vir-Chancellor for the Higher Education ginia placed in the upper tier of states Policy Commission, the state's finan- in the state-funded expenditures for cialaidprogramsarevitallyimprotant postsecondary financial aid. The re- in our post-secodary degree. Few BRENT BENJAMIN Challenging Warren McGraw'sRecord Brent Benjamin, candidate for the According to the report, West Vir- ginia ranked 14th in total financial aid (West Virginia Higher Education grant, PROMISE Scholarship, HEAPS) awarded in terms of both per-capita spending based on total population and on the number of 182 24 year-olds (college-going age). West Virginia ranked 16th in expenditures for financial aid programs as a per- centage of higher education operat- ing expenses. Only eight other states increased their spending on financial aid more than West Virginia during the period these programs, West Virginia is makng a wise investment in the state's future." The West Virginia Higher Educa- tion Grant Program has awarded al- most 200,000 grants totaling over $200 million since it was created in 1968. Monetary awards, comprising up to 70% of tuition, are granted to qualified undergraduate students who require financial assistance to attend an educational instituion located in West Virginia or Pennsylvania. The PROMISE Scholaarship of- fers each qualifying high school gradu- ate a full tuition scholarship to a state college or umversity or an equivalent dollar scholarship to in-state private colleges. Over 6,000 PROMISE Scholarship recipients are already attending a college or university in West Virginia. The West Virginia Higher Educa- tion Policy Commission is respon- sible for developing, establishing, and overseeing the implementation of a public policy agenda for higher edu- cation. It is charged with oversight of higher education institutions to,en- sure they are accomplishing their mis- sions and implementing the provi- sions set by state statute. surveyed. Between 2001-2002 and 2002-2003, spending increased 81.3 percent. Moreover, during the five year period 1997-1998 to 2002-2003, funds for financial aid inreased 214.4%. Much of this increase is at- tributable to the relativlely new video ioterry-financed PROMISE Scholar- ship Program. For the period surveyed, West Vir- ginia had an equitable balance in its distribution of financial aid as 48.4 percent of those receiving aid were sudents who receive dneed-based aid. Of those 78.7% attend a public in- state col mad 21% attend a private or propriay imauaion. Tk maxi- mum award level for the Higher Edu- West Virginia Supreme Court, is cam- paigning to make our courts indepen- dent forums for fairness and equality. A member of the state bar, Ben- jamin has practiced law for 20 years with the West Virginia law firm of Robinson &McElwce. His practice includes a landmark civil rights judge- ment on behalf of a child who was sexually abused by a teacher. After that verdict, Benjamin won sweeping reforms which protect thousands of children and serve as a model for other schools around the Mountain State. He and his wife. are the proud par- ents of five hil&re,. Benjamin maintains the campaign is a referendum on Warren McGraw's record. MeGraw has refused every invitation to debate Benjamin. Ik*l~ The ~tm-e m no more unee~in than the present. ---Walt Whitman Thursday, Oct. 14, 2004 -- The Glenville -- Page 1 IA REALTOR" AGENCY INC. - i!:i:i ::!: ~:~ #0305 - R.F. STEER CREEK: Home has 2 large bedrooms, larqe living room, dining room-Kitchen and bath. Steps to-floored-attic that cou]d .be u.sed for living space. Roof is being replaced. Block tounoation, prime #1200-INDIAN FOR K: 3 bedroom ranch style home has s=ding, flow furnace, no NC. Cellar with finished room dining room-kitchen area, large, utility room and bath. above. Spring house and dolled well. Septic reported. 2 House has been remodeled with new carpet and vinyl, oar detached garage. 5 acres or more- being surveyed, new paint, roof is threeyears old, new hot water tank, 112 mile from33/119. Price $50,000. drilled well, septic reported. Exterior is block with new vin~l on gable en_ds_and vin~ soffit. 2 acres of land, cellar, oumui~omg. PRICE $65,000. MAKE OFFER - OWNER WANTS TO SELLI! #0400- COX'S MILLS: Brick ranch has large living room with fireplace, kitchen-dining room area, 3 bedrooms, 2-1/ 2 baths, utility kitchen and two-car garage. Cellar, appl. #2314-TANNER: Contemporary style home on 42.98 outbuilding. Three buildings., on opposite side of r.oad, acres. Lovely well-maintained home has living room 11.078 acres of land. Nice Dig yard. $120,000 MaKe a with fireplace, dining room, kitchen, 3 bedrooms, 2 reasonable offer, baths. 2 oar detached garage. $165,000 f #0200-BURNSVILLE: Metal building, 50x120with 1.28 #1300-KANAWHA DR. HBGHTS: On Fit. 5 West~ 3~ acres. One-half of interior is finished, presently being building lots from one-half acre to over one acre. Gas used for a bar. Possible uses for th~sproperty are electricandwateravailable.PRICESVARYFROM$10,000 unlimited. Call for more details. Price $340,000 to $20,000 #0201.BI.FINSVKJ~ 2 sto~ ~ buildr~j (46x52) ~ ~ #1303-BAILEY ST.: Lot with two mobile homes. Excellent beingusedasabusinesswilhtworentaluni~q0stai~Couldl~ave rental property is within walking distance of high sd'Kx:)l and 4 apaflmer~ wilh some ~. Prioe $95,000 college. $22,500 ~ hick hc~e has iv~ roorrt #1304-BROOKLYN ADDITION: 3 houses, used for rental c[ring room, ki~hen,dr~ r13o~-1~'~31bedi[x:Ins, ~arld2~Ful ~ has on two lots. Good income from houses. Call for details and ~%~,~or~=~=~,a~=0~.V~o~'*~.m~, p,c~. #1305-MAIN STREET: Two stoq(, brick bldg., p,,mse.ntly #0204 PINE ST.: 3 BR home has living room-dining room- housing a successful restaurant with equipme .nt. upst~rs kitchen, bath, full basement with an apartment. All for has two apartments. Large older boilding behino restaurant $38,000. DRASTICALLY REDUCED! has lots of possibilities and is used for storage. All for $175,000. #304-WAHBASH ST., SAND FORK: 2 bedroom home has living room-dining room-kitchen-sunroom and bath. #1306-602 WEST MAIN STREET: 2 Bedroom brick home Partial basement. Extra lot across the road. 1 -car garage, has living room - dining room - family room - 2 baths & full PRICE $25,000 basement. House needs some work. 71.6 acres with large pond possible marketable timber possible free gas. Lots #306- HALE ST.: Three lots on Hale St. in Northview area. of possibilities. Beautiful location. Call for more details! All the lots are suitable for home sites. All three lots for $237,500. #1400-111 N. LEWIS ST.: House and 4 lots. Older home #307- AIRPORT ROAD AREA, BRAXTON, CO.: 3 has living room, dining room, kitchen.pant~ 4 bedrooms bedroom home has living room, dining room, kitchen, and and ba~. Lane contains .689 acres./oneo mr resioentia~ 1-1/2 baths. 13 acres of land with fruit trees & garden area. and business. House is out of the flood zone. Many possible Cellar&cellarhouse, outbuildings.Callfordetails.$96,000, uses. Call for more details. $94,000 #0403-BRAX'rON COUNTY: ~ on Three Lick above #160~-SAND FORK: 3 bedroom ranch with living room/ gas fumace.'House is well rr~ PRICE $49,900 #0407 - 201 HOWARD ST.: Older home in average#1840-SAND FORK: Located on Route 5 about 3 miles condition. Little TLC will tum it into a nice starter home or from the prison. Garage apartment, 3 bedroom, living good rental. Home has 3 BRs living room/dining room/ room, dining/kitchenarea, bath,fullbasementwithgarage kitchen, laundry area and bath. Basement and smell yaro. and utility room, rewired, new carpet, repainted, new PRICE REDUCED $32,900 paneling in bedrooms, new rear en!rance, storm doors, garden space. Make reasonable order. #0408-RT. 5: Nice tri-level home with 20 acres (+/-). Home has liv ~g room, kitchen, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, #1845 - BURNSVILLE: Older 2-story home has living f " I . " " r ic room, diningHouserOOm, kitchen, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths and util~ [~~ I ~.IRI~c. room. has been remodeled with new windows, insulation, forced air, AC and vinyl siding, cellar and room. Large ban' p ,le building or shed. ~lmost entire farm is Off-street parking. Reduced to $89,000 open and f, ~ ~. Block building is 30x40. Lots of possible use, Ca,, ,o~--~ 0~,,,s ~,,C~ ,, ~,~ ~=,~,,,,,,~ p~ illiglrJ #0409- GRASS RUN, CENTER DISTRICT: 2 houses, large shop building and 95.30 acs. Larger house has livingroom-dining room & Kitchen, 3 bedrooms & bath. #195&, 19 BROOKLYN DR.: 1-1/2 story home has living Fullbasement w~h family room with nice fireplace, BR, room/diningroomwithchinacabinetandbaywindow, kitchen, bath and 2 car garage. Smaller house has living room, 5 bedrooms with large closets, 2 baths, basement, front and Kitchen, 2 bedrooms & bath. Downstairs has 2 rooms & back porches, fenced back yard is landscaped and very laundry area. Shop building is 56 x32 with addition that .at~'aclJve.Onecargarageandthreeoff-streetparkingspaces. is 12'x40'. Cellar with finished room above. Ottier Upstairs of house has been remodeled, as well as many other outbuildings. Land is mostly wooded hills with some items. Call for more details. PRICE REDUCED TO $.58,000 meadow and garden spots. All of this for $229,000. #0500- RTE. 5 EAST: Nice 2 bedroom home has living #1959,ELM STREET: -41otson Uttle Kanawha River. Lots roorn-oining room-kitchen, laundry, and bath, above- of possibilities. PRICE REDUCED $5,500 ground basement has finished apartment that cou!d ~ #1960.S.LL=WISST.: - 30.63 acres o( land in two parcets ~ rented. Upstairs has FA and CA. Large garage is 56 x24. ~tls (1/2) are included in sale. PossUe 10t~rr~g site~ Some o(the Outbuilding, nice yard, place for garden. City water. Some land is pmser/tybei~g pasltrect REDUCED TO $65,000. owner financing possible. Reduced to $63,000. #1962-COLLEGE ST. - Remodeled older home has 4 #060e-MINERAL ROAD: Beautiful brick home haS 3 apartments, laundry area, off-strestpa~.Househasbsen .bedrooms, living room/dining room area with very nice well maintained. Separate building being used for an office. fireplace, kitchen, craft room, utility room, 3 baths and Good income. REDUCED TO $82,500 large carport. Price $235,000 #1963 - 115 N. LEWIS ST: 3 story home and lot, street #0700 S. MAIN ST. - Prime commercial real estate, level has living room-diningroom-Kitchen, 2 or 3 BRs and acrossfrom Pizza Hutindowntown Glenville. Storebuilding bath. Second,leer has 2 BRs- family room or living room, with two apartments and large paved parkinglot. 150 fee~ bath and large utility room. Third floor (or basement) has of frontage on S. Main. Call for details. PRICE $160,000 2 rooms and1 bath. Were used for rentals. Yard at back of house. House is in average condition. Would make #0833 - UNN: 2.5 acres, 3 or 4 bedroom home. Has IMn~ excellent rental property. Off street parking and carport. room, kitchen, Srmgroom, bath. Carpetedthrougho~ $35,000 t.;entra~ air and heat one-year-old. PRICE $85,000. #0834 - 316 WEST MAIN ST.: Completely remodeled #2200 - KANAWHA ST.: 3 BR home has living room- 2 bedroom home has living room dining room - kitchen, dining room-Kitchen and bath. Basement is finished with full bath & full basement. 4 lots (.71 acre). House has carpet on the floor. It has 1 BR, bath, and family room with vinyl siding, shingle room. FA heat, small wood stove and fireplace. Recently remodeled. Very nice. Call for more 2 area ACe. Must see to appreciate. $47,000 details. $112,500 #0835 - CAMDEN HILL, LEWIS COUNTY: Large building housing a tavem (Hill Top Inn) with living area upstairs. Tavern with inventory food service equipment including tables, chairs, etc. Partial basement. Apartment has living room, kitchen, 4 bedrooms, and bath. City water, septic reported. Almost an acre of land. $115,000 #2308 - WALNUT/SPRING STS: This house on the comer of Walnut Street and Street has three #100~1~ 1,-2 Q-IN:ILES $11:1~: 3 bedroom brick house, has ~n~ ~k'lg room, kitl::~ frc~ room, 1-1/~bab~ uligyroom ~Thmeapar~entsbehindhouse.Nfor$110,000 Kitchen, fa ily room and a bath. All three #1006 - COX'S MILLS: 2 or 3 bedrooms, living room $90,000. dining room/kitchen area, and bath, small basement, #2311-210HUNTIERsTREET:l.1/2storybrickhomein cellar, good windows, 2 porches, 2 garages, 314 acres nice neighborhood. Home has living room, dining room, with garden spot; new septic and well lines. Reduced to kitchen with appliances, sunroomandl/2bathdownstairs. $56,000. Make an offer- owner wants to sell. Upstairs there are 3BRs and a full bath. Full basement w=th family room with ,wood burner, cellar, room with .#1104. CAMDEN F L.ATS: 3 bedroom ranch style home shower. One-oar garage. ALL FOR $69,500 nas ~iving room, kitchen with laundry area, and bath. PRICE $'38,000. NEGOTIABLE: OWNER WANTS TO SELL! 112312-206 HUNTER STREET: 2 bedroom home has ....... living room, kitcheh ,and bath. 4/5 basement, paved #1105 - EAST MAIN: l~siness for sale ~ two houses on ~te,~/ and carport. Good rental unit or starter home. corner lot: hous the Cra/ s Patch. IJp01aim is m apa~ne~ Second huee has 3 ~'n,..(~ng. #2313-206 HUNTER ST.: 2-car garage with apartments ~ and bath. AI irNett~in L;ralt~s p,acn is inctjd~ ovedop. Each apartment has living, bedroom ~ lhe pdce. C-Kxx:I rer~ ~, plus a l:xJsinees. $199~500 and beth. Good rental property. ~34,500 Mary Lee McPhereon Broker 462-7039 Bred McPhereon Agent 462-5729 Sherry Bailey Agent 349-4265 Or 349-2615 Jack Heeter-Arnt 462-55281 110 E. Main Street Glenville, WV 26351 (304) 462-7039 Office Monday thru Friday 9:00 to 5:00 Seturday EOUAL ~OU$.~G o~Tu~v 9 a.m.-12 p.m.