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STATE ROAD RUN, 2.50 ACRES SURFACE ......... 189.82 JOHNSON BETTY JO, 1/72 FEE 43 ACRES FINK & COVE ....................................... 21.64 JOHNSON BE'CrY JO, 1/'72 FEE 27.40 ACRES LITTLE COVE TALBOt-r #1 S&R GAS VENTURES ........................................................................................... 21.64 JOHNSON BEFI'Y JO, 1/72 OG 1750 AC LI'I-ILE COVE ........................................ 21.64 JOHNSON BETIW JO, 1/72 OG12 AC LITTLE COVE ................................................ 21.64 JOHNSON BETTY JO, 1/288 OG 50 AC LITTLE COVE ............................................ 21.64 JOHNSON BETTY JO, 1/72 OG & 1/24 RENTAL 64 AC LITTLE COVE ................... 21.64 JUNKINS TAMMY, ADAMS #2-NABARTA FINK CREEK 2.86 AC SUR .................. 330.96 KING JAMES E SR & VERDA, 1/20G 20.21 AC SPRUCE RUN STALNAKER/HAYS &CO AGT .................................................................................. 21.64 KUHL ROBERTA, FEE 2.09 AC LOT S S PIKE ........................................................ 488.08 LAMB HERBERT, 1/12 MIN-PITTSBURG COAL 53 AC LOST RUN .......................... 21.64 LANCASTER F HANLON, LOFTIS/RUBIN RESOURCES 1/8 SUR 176.03 AC UPPER BIG RUN ........................................................................................................ 94.10 LANG TOMMY W, FEE-OG .85 AC LEADING CREEK ............................................... 45.64 LILLY KEVIN, PAW PAW 3 AC SUR ........................................................................... 47.32 MORRISSETTE DAVID LYNN, 1/32 OG 156.10 AC LITTLE COVE DOMINION TRANS LEASE ......................................................................................................... 21.64 PERSINGER GENE EDWARD &KAREN, SUR & 1/20G .98 AC HORN CREEK...382.00 PIERCE NELLIE STALNAKER, 1/3 COAL 4630 AC LEADING CREEK ................... 21.64 PIERCE NELLIE STALNAKER, 1/30G 23.05 ZC LEADING CREEK (PART OUT CROP) ................................................................................................... 21.64 PIERCE NELLIE STALNAKER, 1/60G 975 AC SPRUCE RUN ................................ 21.64 PIERCE NELLIE STALNAKER, 1/60G 9.75 AC SPRUCE RUN OF LEADING ........ 21.64 PIERCE NELLIE STALNAKER, 116 OG 30 AC LEADING CREEK R STALNAKEPJEAST RESOURCES ......................................................................... 21.64 PIERCE NELLIE STALNAKER, 1/60G 20.21 AC LEADING CREEK STALNAKER/HAYS & CO AGT ................................................................................. 2t .64 PIERCE NELLIE STALNAKER 1/30G 37.30 AC LEADING CREEK FIDDLER/STALNAKER OIL & GAS ............................................................................ 83.24 PIERCE NELLIE STALNAKER, 1/30G 18 AC LEADING CREEK .qTAL NAKER/RUBI N RESOURCES ........................................................................... 81.66 PIERCE NELLIE STALNAKER ETVIR. 1/3 MIN .15 AC SPRUCE RUN ..................... 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VEIN 6.10 AC FINK CREEK WILCOX #4/A DAVlSSON O&G .................................................................................. 21.64 SISK KENNETH. 1/28 COG-PGH VEIN 25 AC FINK CREEK WILCOX #4/A DAVISSON O&G .................................................................................. 21.64 SlSK KENNETH,If80G 28 AC FINK CREEK WILCOX#1/A DAVISSON O&G .......... 21,64 SISK KENNETH, 11144 MIN 94 AC FINK CREEK TALBOTr#1,2/ CLOWSER WELL SERV ............................................................................................. 21.64 SISK KENNETH, 1/640G 3.75 AC FINK CREEK ....................................................... 21.64 SISK KENNETH, 1/28 COG-PGH VEIN 3 AC FINK ....................................................... 21.64 SlSK KENNETH, 1/'72 OG 4 AC FINK CREEK ............................................................ 21.64 SlSK QUEENIE, 1/60G 133 AC CRANE RUN MATHENY #1/RITCO INC ................ 21.64 SlSK QUEENIE, 1/60G 11.60 AC CRANE RUN ........................................................ 21.64 SlSK QUEENIE, 1/80G 39 AC CRANE RUN ............................................................. 21.64 SISK QUEENIE, 1/60G 128.60 AC CRANE RUN ..................................................... 21.64 STALNAKER WADE O, 1/12 OG 66.25 AC LOWER RUN OSBOURN #1/S&R GAS VENTURES ........................................................................................................ 21.64 TAEBO'I-r WILLIS, 2./18 OG 4 AC FINK CREEK ......................................................... 21.64 TAL.BOTT WILLIS, 2/18 OG 3.75 AC FINK CREEK .................................................... 21.64 TALBOTT WILLIS, 2/18 MIN 94 AC FINK CREEK TALBOTT/CLOWSER PRODUCTION ....................................................................... 21.64 TAL.BOTT WILLIS, 1/20G 31.50 AC FINK CREEK BAILEY/PETROLEUM DEVELOPMENT ................................................................... 21.64 WHITE SIMON HRS, 6,"70G 7 AC LITTLE COVE ...................................................... 21.64 WILEY MYRNA R, 1/135 OG 36 AC PENN RUN HINZMAN O&G/DRILCO OIL PRODUCTS .................................................................... ," ........... 21.64 Any of the aforesaid tracts or lots, or part thereof or an undivided interest therein, may be redeemed by the payment to the undersigned sheriff before sale. ot the total amount ol taxes, interest and charges due thereon up to the date of redemption. Given under my hand this t8th day of October, 2004, Gary L. Rose Sheriff & Treasurer Legal Class III 3t 11-11c EARLY VOTING IN The County Clerk's Office will be open additional hours for early in-person as follows: Saturday, October 23, 2004 9:00 am to 5:00 pm Saturday, October 30, 2004 9:00 am to 5:00 pm Early Voting in-person will be conducted in the County Clerk's Office from October 13, 2004 through October 30, 2004, at all times when the office is open for regular business.. Beverly Marks Clerk of County Commission The Gilmer County Democratic Executive Committee Wishes to Thank All Volunteers who Helped With our Meet Your Candidate BBQ. A special thank you goes to Chef Mike Audia, Bob Radabaugh, Barry Lay and Ed Broome, We also thank all our Headquarters Volunteers, Phone Bank Workers, and Sign placement volunteers! Your help has been appreciated!!! REMEMBER- VOTE DEMOCRAT!!!!! Paid for by theGilmer County Democratic Executive Committee Thursday, Oct. 28, 2004 --- The Glenviile Democrat/Pathfinder -- Page 9B GLENVILLE CITY POLICE TRAFFIC REPORT A green 1999 Ford Truck driven by Arden F. Byrd, 80, and a red 1998 Chew dnven by Daniel E. Fraahure~ 21, were involved in an incident on East Main in Glenville. The Ford was damaged on the front bumper and the Chew was damaged on the back bumper. (10.12.04) A red 2003 Dodge Neon driven by Dylan W. DaRosset, 23, and a brown 1985 CheW S-10 truck driven by Stevle Clevenger, 19, were involved in an incident on West Main in Glenville. The Neon was damaged on the driver's side door and the S-10 was not appre- ciably damaged..(10.12.04) GILMER COUNTY MAGISTRATES COURT Scott J. Hartahom was charged with driving too fast for road condi- tion and failure to maintain control by the County Sheriff's Department. (10.21.04) Ronald Ervln Lovlne was charged with Improper sun acreenlng by the State Police. (I 0.4.04) BRAXTON COUNTY STATE POLICE & A ROSEDALE RAID According to regional news reports, the Sutton Detachment of the State Police, using a Sat., Oct. 16 search warrant, investigated a tip about a possible manjuana manufactunng op eration in Rosedale which is located in both Braxton and Gilmer counties. Following a search of a residence, John Michael Carter, the occupant, was arrested and charged with three felonies: possession with the intent to deliver, possession with the intent to manufacture marijuana, and manu- factunng marijuana. Law enforcement authorities estimated the take at 24o- 4 Ibs., with a street value of up to $2,000 per lb. Carter was lodged in the Central Regional Jail in lieu of a $45,000 bond. FACTS OF LAW By F. John Oshoway Certified Criminal THai Lawyer by M.B.T.A. An antiquated law in several states forbids the direct sale or shipping of out of state wines to consumers. In some states, such activity may be a felony. *** Adultery is still considered a crime in many states, and is punish- able by a fine, jail time, or both. The federal Age Discrimination in Employment Act also prohibits age-based discrimination in job ben- efits, such as life or health insur- ance. 811till Under federal law, the Immigra- tion and Naturalization Service may deny admission to the United States to persons who are HIV positive, CHAMPERTY is an arrangement in which one person, such as a law- yer, agrees to pay another person's expenses in a lawsuit in exchange for part of the settlement. Brought to you as a public service by F. John Oshoway P.O. Box 156 Grantsville, WV 26147 354-9204 Citizens with disabilities can register voting complaints by phone West Virginia are strongly encour- aged to vote on November 2. West Virginians with disabilities are par- ticularly encouraged to vote, and a historically significant collaboration effort is underway to encourage assis- tance and remove barriers that may prevent them from doing so. The West Virginia Statewide Inde- pendent Living, Northern West Vir- ginia Center for Independent Living, Fair Shake Network, West Virginia Advocates, and the Voting Rights Institute are offering assistance to voters with disabilities. If you have difficulty accessing polling places or casting ballots- at the poles or through the "no excuse" early voting process- call West Vir- ginia Advocates at !-800-950-5250 or the American Association of Per- sons with Disabilities at 1-866-OUR- VOTE ( 1-886-687- 8683.) This hotline will provide you with answers toques- tions and can help you access an ad- vocate or an attorney to advocate for you and ensure your right to vote is not violated. "We have known and heard of prob- lems with discrimination and access to the voting process for voters with disabilities for many years," says Ann Meadows, Executive Director of the West Virginia Statewide Independent Living Council. West Virginia Humanities Council Awards Local Grants Normantown / Stumptown waterline update The West Virginia Humanities The next two mini grants deadlines Council announced the award of five are December I, 2004 and February If you live along the proposed Nor- residenceorbusinessisffton thePSD's new grants totaling $5,775.65. l m 2005. For more information on mantowrdStumptown/Cedar Creeklist, the new waterline will by-pass Grants were approved for the fol- mini grants or to request an applica- waterline, the Gilmer County Public you. lowing local projects: Doddridge tion, contact Humanities Council Service Districtis now asking you to With reliable public water in those County Family Resource Network, grants administrator Pam LeRose by sign up for a hook-on to the main line, areas, it will not only promote good "Festival of Talents," 4912.36 (West phone at (304) 346-8500 or via email so that you will have reliable and health for the people but also open Union, Doddridge County.) atlerose @wvhumanities.org. Guide- safe water supply, western Gilmer County to economic West Virginia Humanities Council lines and applications are also avail- Individual residences and busi- development and progress. mini grants are awarded bi-monthly able on the Council's websitenesses, which have not signed the Call the PSD office at 304-462- for projects req uesting $1,500 or less. www.wvhumanities, org. proper forms to-date, are requested to 4272, if you have any questions about - do so immediately because the engi- the sign up procedure. But, most im- neers want to complete the new portantly, SIGNUP! system's Final Design.. And, if your DHC, Sr., Publisher-Editor Flynn's Tax Service 462-7603 It has always been our policy at FLYNN'S TAX SERVICE to help our clients keep as much of their money as possible. We have never before endorsed any political candidate. With some candidates pi'omising to repeal the BUSH TAX CUTS and with the erroneous information circulated about only the TOP ONE PERCENT benefiting, we thought it our responsibility to present the facts. The following is for a An Editorial Note: I 40,000 2,221 49 I 2,172 150,00o160,0o0 3,721 5,221 1 549 3 049 2,1721 2,172 typical family of four. Income 130,000 Tax: 2000 484 Tax: 2003 -2 150 Savings 2,634 The first movie comic to have a pie thrown in Ilia face was Fatty Arbuckle. Mabel Normand did the toaaing in the 1913 ailent film A Noise From the Deep. ® HTHORBED REPRESENTATIVE Melissa "Missy" Bartlett, owner 124 E. Main St. Harrisville, WV 26362 The only coast to coast Walkie - Talkie is here! CELLULARONE® Authorized Dealer Office: 304-684-CELL (2355) or 304-643-2800 Cellular: 304-299-2139 Fax: 304-684-CELL (2355) E-Mail: missyscellular @ zoominternet.net Oct. 23, Shooting Match Results Small Bore Pistol Large Bore Pistol lsl -Van Ramsey ........................................... 198 2rid -Tom Smith ............................................. 189 3rd -Bud Cain ................................................. 160 41h .Mike Fishe˘ ............................................. 157 51h-,f~n Statnake~ .......................................... 147 1st -Van Ramsey ........................................... 176 2nd- Tom Smith .............................................. 163 3rd -Pele LaRocca ......................................... 142 4th Jim Stalnake~ ........................................... 124 5th -Bud Cain ................................................. 111 Mike Fisher ............................................ 111 Open Class Pistol Ist- Tom Smith ................................................ 199 2rid- Bud Cain ............................................... 193 3rd. Van Ramsey .......................................... 176 4th - Jim Slalnaker ......................................... 140 Pete LaRocea ........................................ 140 Scoped Rifle lsl- Van Rarnsey .......................................... 206 2nd . Tom Smith ............................................ 199 3rd- Mike Fisher ............................................ 180 4~- Jim Stalnaker ........................................... 167 Iron Sight Rifle Ist- Mike Fishe .............................................. 168 2nd- Van Ramsey ......................................... 157 3rd- Tom Smith ............................................. 148 4th- Pete LaRocca ........................................ 131 Next shoot is Sat.,Nov. 2004 at 3 p m. Gilmer County Public Shooting Range Gli.MF.R IF ELECTED I WILL: - Work to support the Sheriffs Department. - Work to be responsive to ALL citizens from ALL parts of Gilmer County. - Work to establish a trauma-type care center in Gilmer County. - Work to resolve issues involving questionable decisions that have been made in the past. - Work to improve services to residents. - Work to initiate a program to address Gilmer County's problem of flooding. Paid the candidate. GILMER COUNTy CH! LDRE N ARE I MPORTA NT! ! |alllH |illl| ON NOVEMBER 2., VOTE FOR THE CHOO - LEvy!! I This levy is a continuation of the current levy And WILL NOT increase your taxes. ] • This ad paid for by contributions from: Wendell & Percy Tomblin, Bob Jones, Kenneth Foglesong, Butch Drake ,, ˘