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19 STRAW, CLEAN and bright. 725-5183. 2/41tf NEW AND used farm discs, rotary cutters, 6, 7, and 8 ft. blades. $265 and up. Used tractors of various equipment. Plows, First llme ESTATE AUCTIK)N BR, l:h BA BrickJ Fully privacy fenced HPtCAC. JF4682404 .$110,000 304-671-5278 877-876-2627 Email: adamlink2t mris.com Last Long HELP [/VA NTED r to maintain, 1.30 acre level Full Basement, HP/CAC, Deck. S175,000 for Resale location on 1.75 acre 10t fully privacy fenced views. 3 BR, 2-'/2 f~ basement. Needs reha- ~8 S199,000 |st Realty 322 West Washington St., Suite 5 Charles Town, WV 25414 Direct: (304) 725-1001 Toll Free: (866) 725-1001 www.thekableteam.com Claretce Haymlker, Broker Helps Boys & Girls of Jefferson County ust corner, national retailer, Fin- off its annual With the Bo, & including the in the Eastern Pan- now and De- , Finish Line Will be invited to of $1 or more at Finish Line. help the Girls Clubs of Mor- and Jefferson sports, fitness activities for de- to supporting a patrons will re- booklet worth savings on future Finish Line. Last of Finish Line the country to the promotion. "We are grateful to Finish Line, its employees and customers for raising money for the Boys & Girls Clubs," said Pamela Holstein-Wallace, board mem- ber and public relations chair- person for the Jefferson County Boys & Girls Club. The promotion pairs Mor- gan County Boys & Girls Club with the Cumberland, Md. store, Berkeley County Boys & Girls Club with the Martins- burg Mall store and Jefferson County Boys & Girls Club with the store in Winchester at the Apple Blossom Mall. "During this holiday season, I can think of no better way to show you care than by giving to pro- grams that truly make a differ- ence in the life of a child," said Holstein-Wallace. "Please con- tact your local Boys & Girls Club and ask how you can help." Nicotine Addiction one of more than found in the tobacco products cigars, and primary compo- that acts on the tobacco prod- snuff and chewing COntain many tox- as high levels of recognized most frequently a natu- ~colorless liquid when burned Zres the odor of to- exposed to air. :e smoking is the form of nicotine the United States. the U.S. mar- COntain 10 milli- more of nicotine. kaling smoke, the in lto2 per cigarette. substantial ta the sale and con- of Smokeless tobacco .also, and more re- the is absorbed skin and mucosal raouth and nose or in the lungs. De- on how tobacco is can reach peak bloodstream and Cigarette smok- mple, results in Lion of nicotine throughout the body, reaching the brain within 10 seconds of inhalation. Cigar and pipe smokers, on the other hand, typically do not inhale the smoke, so nicotine is absorbed more slowly through the mu- cosal membranes of their mouths. Nicotine from smoke- less tobacco also is absorbed through the mucosal mem- branes. RESA VIII Safe and Drug Free Schools program encour- ages parents to discuss nicotine with their children. Other adults are encouraged to dis- cuss nicotine with children they care about. Information provided by RESA VIII Safe and Drug Free Schools Coordinator Donna Kuhn. Kuhn can be reached at djkuhn@access.kl2.wv.us or 304-257-2641. ~'" Support ur Country, Supporting y Your CommuniW. 0 Unibed Way Please Give To The Un~ed Way of Jefferson County sizes. Edgar A. Bohrer {304) 229-8354.4/1/tf NEW AND used parts for older tractors. Edgar A. Bohrer. 229-8354. 8/3/tf 2 YEAR OLD regis- tered Angus bulls for commercial breeders. Eastwood Angus. Call Stanley Dunn, 725- 8308. 11/6/tf CADILLAC Deville '93. 69,376 hwy. miles. Overdrive, ma- roon, well maintained. $4,995 obo. 304-725- 8020. 12/4/1tpd 1 BR APT. on South Childs Rd. Refrigera- tor, stove, air condi- tioner. 725-5753. 10/30/tf 2 BR large apt. Shenandoah Junc- tion. Washer/dryer hookups. Nice, quiet area. $690 mo. plus sec. dep. 876-6339. 10/30/tf 4 BR COUNTRY house between Charles Town and Berryville. Will do short term. $1,400/ mo. 725-6670. 11/272t 4BR, 2 story brick home w/ full base- ment on large level lot. Complete living quarters, 1st & 2nd floor, must see to ap- preciate. On Rt. 9 near Ranson/MARC train. $1,000/mo + sec. dep. 724-2090. 12/4/5t LARGE 2 BR fur- nished apt. Utilities in- cluding cable. 1 mile from Ranson/MARC train. $700/mo. + sec. dep. Available after Christmas. 724-2090. 12/4/5t FOR A low cost for spay and neutering call Spay Today--728- 8330. 5/30/tf CROPLAND TO lease. H.M. "Marry" Kable (304) 725- 2465. 2/13/tf Adam Link ABR, GRI, SRES Certified Seniors Specialist Serving/be area's people Jbr over 30)'ears tielping the mature sellers make better decisions with planning your rc~al estate needs. 7: = :.. ERA Liberty Realty John Kflroy, Broker 201 Jefferson ave., Charles Town, ~%' 25414 RN Position open immediately in Martinsburg office for a growing in-home services company. Multi-county travel required. Position entails home visits and coordination of caregivers. RN licensure in good standing and valid driver's license required. Experience working with the elderly and disabled preferred. Fax resume with cover letter to Director, 304-472-4673. Position remains open until filled by qualified individual. EOF--/AA Employer Further your education and your career by completing your program in less than one year. Specialities available in: ~. Accounting Medical Legal Administrative IW VAU r Cozze6e (304) 263-0979 . PRESENTED POSTERS AT SYMPOSIUM SHEPHEI~DSTOWN-Jef- fbrson County residents Aaron Ix.+e, Kearneysville; ,ling I)ong, Ransom and Bernie Boswell, Harpers Ferry, were among seven Shepherd College stu- dents who presented posters at the Sixth Annual Undergradu- ate Research Symposium in the Chemical and Biological Sciences at the University of Maryland in Baltimore on No- vember 1. Lee was awarded first place for his presentation and Boswell was awarded sec- ond place for his presentation. More than 170 presenters from ten states participated in this conference. CTC TOUR IN MARCH 2004 SH I~I)HEt~I)STOWN--The Community and Teclmical Col- lege of Shepherd (CTC)is spon- soring a trip to Rome, Tuscany, and the Riviera March 18 to 26, 2004 Coordinated by the llivi- sion of Business and Technol- ogy at CTC, this educational tour will also visit Florence, Pompeii, the Colosseum, the Sistine Chapel, Pisa and the tit- mous leaning tower, and the Mediterranean in Nice and Mo- naco. The cost fbr the tour is ap- proximately $1,4"/5 for partici- pants under 25. Over 25 will pay slightly more. For more information, con- tact Rebecca Moore at 304/260- 4377. 312 4111 Street, Shenandoah Junction, WV Directions: RL 9 turn onto Shenandoah Junction Road between the Ruritan Building and TA Lower'/School Go to 2rid sharp curve and go straight onto 4th Street to auction site. (Watch for auction signs.) Saturday, December 6, 2003 Beginning 10:00 A.M. Walnut Upwright Meister Piano by Rothcild & Co. (Chic, age), Maple Vanity w/Stool, Maple Dining Room Table w/5 Chairs, Cherry Dresser, Old 4 Drawer Chest of Drawers, Old Pantry Buffet, Old Sin. Wind-up Record Player, 3 Oak Dressers w/Mirrors, Oak Washstand, 3 Pc. Bedroom Suite, Blankets, Vacuums, Single Bed, Double Bed, Round Wash Tub, Glassware, Christmas Decorations, Plant Stands, Box Lots, Kitchen Table w/4 Chairs & Bench, Sofas, Love Seats, Sin. Appliances, Chairs, Crostey 21" TV in Cabinet, Coffee Tables, Pictures, Lamps, Clocks, Spice Rack, Dishes, Lots of Figurines, Fans, Baskets, CD's, Shelves, Bookcase w/Drawers, Speed Queen Washer, Old Fern Table, Tar Paper, metal Wardrobe, 30' Alum. Extension Ladder, Shingles, MTD 12.5 HP 42" Cut Riding Mower, Lawn & Garden Tools, Hand Tools. TERMS ON PERSONAL PROPERTY: Cash or Check Sale Day. Real Estate to be Offered at 12:00 Noon Old Two Story Home built approximately t903 on Lots 9 & 10 in Block 18 on the comer with road frontage in Shenandoah Junction. Lot sizes are approximately 55 ft. x 126 ft. each. Home consists of Kitchen, Living Room, Dining Room, Foyer, 1/2 Bath, and 3 Bedrooms with usable attic. Conveniently located near Marc train stop and schools. Recorded in Jefferson County Courthouse Deed Book 160, Page 186. Auction Note: This home has a lot of potential with a little TLC. OPEN HOUSE Sunday Nov. 23 & 30 from 11:00- 2:00 TERMS: 10% down sale day, non refundable. Balance due within 30 days or upon delivery of deed. No Bidders Premium. Announcements sale day take precedence over advertised material Lunch on premises. Not responsible for accidents on premises. Angela Banks, Executrix for the Estate of Elsie Housden 312 4th Street Shenandoah Junction, WV 25442 AUC~EERS: BRAD BENNETT wvuc. 1039 NATI" BENNETT WVL~. 1545 Commercial 5tore~ront NO BUYERS PREMIUM james G. Cochran, CEO/Auctioneer Thomas E. Bikle, Director of Marketing This historic multiuse real estate with improvements is located at 188-196 High Street in the Harpers Ferry District of Jefferson County, West Virginia. The land area is approximately .48 acres which is zoned B-1 and better described in the Jefferson County Book of Deeds at Book 0096(;, Page 00130. IMPROVEMENTS include a double brick historic structure with stone foun- dation containing both a large storefront and a smaller storefront on the first level, residential apartment on the second story, a turn key restaurant complete with equipped commercial kitchen on the lower level with out- side entrance as well as an outdoor patio dining area over looking the Historic Harpers Ferry Train Station. A parking area is located to the rear of the property off of Potomac Street and across from the train station. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION OR INSPECTION OF THE REAL ESTA11E #case contact David W. Irvin, Senior Vice President, Bank of Charles Town at (304) 728-2470. TERMS OF THE REAL ESTATE includes a non-refundable deposit of $25,000.00 in certifie_,d funds in the form of cash, certified check, or in other forms at the Auction Company and/or Trustee may determine acceptable prior to the auction. The docu- mentary stamps, transfer and other related fees are to be paid by the purchaser(s), with taxes and utilities prorated to date of settlement. Settlement to be made within 45 days. The sate is subject only to the acceptance of the trustee and or representatives of the Bank of Chades Town. Additional terms and conditions may be announced by the trustee at or before the time of sale. For a free, full-color brochure on thb auction, please contact the Auction Company at (301) 739-0538. JOHN C. SKINNER, JR TRUSTEE Cixhran AUCTIONEERS & ASSOCIATES LTD. Professional Auctioneers and Appraisers Since 1972 7704 MAPLEVILLE ROAD BOONSBORO MARYLAND 217130222 301-739~538 WV423 NATIONALLY RECOGNIZED- AWARD WINNING AUCTIoNEERS SINCE 1972