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Vaughns Mill
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Miss Katherirtij Tracy closed
her school at this place Saturday
M land Mrs Jim Daugherty
< nl Ford are visiting relatives at
this place thisweek
Mr and Mrs John Burgher of
Spout spring visited the latters
parents Mr and Mrs Melvin
Gravett last week
Clarence Gravett wholms been
making hisjiome in Illinoik for
some time is spending the holi i
days with his parents Mrand i
Mrs Melvin Gravest I
J G Jackson and cousin Ed
Wills who have been visiting
the family ofW L Jackson
for the past two weeks returned
to their hone at Harrodsburg
Saturday
Mrs Louan Mizo closed bet
school at lattje Creek Christmas
eve with n nice Christmas tree
There was a large crowd present
and everyone seemed to enjoy
themselves well
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Snow Creek
Born to the wife of J S Wood
on the 28 ult a girl
The Christmas tree at Log Lick
was a success in every respect
Mrs Frankie Elkin is quite ill
with complication of diseases
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Mrr Berry > Stone > gave ti hop
J ± itidi + y 1ight to thei gfo1ks1
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Henry Rice of Winchester is
visiting relatives and friends
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Uncle Tom Burris has rented I
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Henry Miller of Pilot r View
was here the first of the week
buying hogs t
Reuben Martin of Clark coun
ty spent the Christmas holidays
at this place
J F Eads and wife were the
guests of Ab Vivions family the
first of the week
S D Kerr of Log Lick has
sold his farm to harley Puckett
at private figures
Everett Dawson visited his
brother Jas H Dawson at Stan
ton several days this week
John Adams gaVe the young
folks a party Friday light which
was enjoyed by alJIpresent
Thos Ogden fr visited his
sister Mrs Nora Boone of Polot
View several days this week
Wm Tuttle and family were
the guests of tIlES Jatt rs parents
Mr and Mrs Vaughn this week
Albert Gravett who has been
working at Ford for Some time
r tlJrne1 home to take the Christ
rites holidays
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i Mrs H Alcorn visited Mrs D
N Witt last Thursday
Born to Mr and Mrs D N
Witt on the 21 ultIt girl
Born to the wife of C P Mc
Intosh on the 10 JUa girl
RJ Ayrtcox and jSani Hall
TlW bu jre hip1t L Hiiccllmmbnn
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Thos CroUch lost two valuable
cows last Sunday night by eating
tobacco
Harlin Jordon of Iron Mound
was in this section on businifs
last Tuesday
Aunt Mary Wiseman is very
sick at this writing Hope she
will soon recover
Miss Sarilda Winburn of Iron
Mound was visiting her sister
Mrs D N Witt last week
Aunt ilJalindn McIntosh aged
about 90 years is very sick and
not much hopes of her recovery
W H Wiseman our clever
merchant of Sams is enjoying a
good trade Success to you Bil i
ly
Married last Wedndsday the
brides home Joseph Hackworth
of Sand Hill to Miss NemaJohn
son of Winston
Mrs Sarah A McIntosh of
Vaughn Mill visited relatives
in this neighborhood the hitter
part of Jftst week i
J W Smith has moved to his
I farm lately purchased ofD N
Witt We welcome Mr Smith in
our unidst as he is a nice jentle
man and wish mini success in his
new home Ilastus
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We are glad to receive TUB
TIMES once more May it live
and ever prosper
N E Curtis and family have
all been low with typlioid fever
but are improving
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Your dent at this
place hJl ick for sane
time bait to e up and look
ing for rte I e future
The K KiSW river has de
stroyed a is M rn and fodder
by the recutwaters and
will niak sfiMiHJ5lff scarce and
high in thisAn J
Borlt at Itwife of J S
Moberlv aiimSlcnrl baby John
is our hrercii n t this place and
is so prown hislnind is 50
bemUddled h Ihis sell ra pint
of shot for a cud claining
that it pnt it 1ftpldthe world
around H I yl
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Mr Joe 4Borfwodd and two
sons Jim aii Tam who moved
from this placa year or so ago
going to IndhiTuTfhas returned on
a short visi61J 1o are glad to
see Daddy h wee more He
says he and his family are enjoying
ing good health and lire receiv
ing godd wr their labors
It is rumored fl t Tom is going
td take back Wfe with him
Adjiiant GeB nl Oorbins report
gives the casjialtti Inthc Philip
pine Islands for t Ie three years at
115 officers I1IF 2378 men killed
and 182 offlcerB I and ljC4C men
wounded This does not include
those who diet fr m diseases or in
consequence of woutada and expo
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senator can fi umsel win
ner This is foIlme double rea
son that nearly nof mankind
are liars and candidates are al
ways credulous Ex
A kind word isinever spoken in
vain It hasfrequentiysaved a
married man theebst of a new net
of dishes it
dishesCitizens
Citizens of the territory sur
rounding Olive Hill at a mass
meeting took steps to organize
a new county from surrounding
territory and jill present a
bill to the coming session of the
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Stop the Cough aad Work off the Cold
Lakativo aroma Quinene Tablets
cure a cold in ono day No cure
no pay Pice 2cents
Lexington Eastern Ry
Effective Oct ter 20 1901
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Daily cx Sun Daily ex Sun
Stations f M J AM
LvLexincton 310 740
Winchester r 2jM 8 35
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II I Junctfoi 867 887
I Clny Cit y 390 013
II Stanton JItjffiJlSi 023
II Natural BrWgej20 454
I Torrent WtSHi4 1008
a Beattyv11IeJun bH 1020
Ar Jacksonl i 6 0 1130
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StatfonBr Mi AM
Lv Jllc sonfit 120 025
lJelttyvllle1 a 2it9 7 26
i Torrent fW 80 714
I Natural Brl E2 801
tr Stanton 1123 828
I I O1n T 0711MiS 837
1 LkEr ctoa 4 be 010
H WIncla ri 083
AtL9dng t78o0 1010
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I Flourishing SundaySchool
Communicated
The Clay City Union Sunday
scool is progressing nicely There
is an unusual interest taken in it
by the young folks especially
the little boys and girls It is en
couraging indeed to the officers
and teachers to see so many come
out at 280 p m each Sunday
afternoon and it is their hope
that the interest thus shown will
not be for a short time only but
continue to grdw in the hearts of
the children as they pass from
childhood to youths from youth
to manhood and womanhood and
from thence to old age
It is said that man learns more
in the first seven years of his life
than in all the subsequent years
How important that what lie
learns then be sound and good
But teaching is not enough It
must be accomplished by train
ing A child that is trained to
prey to remember the Sabbath
day and to ke6p it holy to go to
church and Sunday school to o
bey its parents and teachers to
speak only true and pure words
to be courteous and unselfish in
spirit and conduct is likely to
practice these things through
life Therefore parents should
not fail to sow these seed in the
minds of their children while
young
Now our Sunday school could
be swelled to twice its present
size if the parents of the bright
jittteiboyjL i ndj girlsr would ac <
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company thentr We have Hpte
ken particularly of the little
folks but there is also a goodly
attendance of young ladies and
gentleman who take a lively in
terest and we hope soon to have
classes from the little tots to the
more composed of the children
and young people of our city
How many people have noticed
that no portrait of u man has ever
appeared on a United Slates coin
or the picture of a woman on the
postage stamps An observing editor
remarks on these facts that they
constitute the reason why we lick
the stamps and squeeze the coin
WANTEDSeveral persons of charac
ter and good reputation in each state
one in this county required to repre
sent old established wealthy business
house of solid financial standing Sala
ry 118 00 weekly with expenses addi
tional all payable in cash each Wednes
day direct from head offices Horse and
carriages furnished when necessary
Inferences Enclose selfaddressed
stamped envelope Manager 310 Cax
ton Building Chicago
The latest census bulletin gives
the number of mules of voting ago
in the United States in 1900 at
21320816 Of this number 2325 1
255 are illiterate and 5102534
are foreign born
bornI
The tax rate of the city of
Louisville for the year 1002 will be
8150 This rate will yield a reve
nue of 187516704 It is an in
crease over last year of 0 cents
Last Friday the State Auditor
received from the Louisville and
Nashville Railroad Company the
largest check oVer paid in for rail
roads taxes in Kentucky The
amount was 110040720 and was
to pay the 1001 taxes I
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The Standard Oil QOJ BjUSt
declared a dividend of 8 per cent
making a total of 40 per cent for
this year It has earned 271 per
cent in the past ten years
There was a time when the United
States imported horses regularly
and had practically no exporting
record in that line In the last
fiscal year however we exported
C5OQO head and in the past five
I years have sold horses aboard to
the value of 817000000
The most remarkable family
discovered by the census enum
erators was at a little villiage
named Marys Home in Miller
county Mo about thirty miles
from Jefferson City The enu
ineratorin that district reports
that he found a Mrs Henry
Smith wife of a storekeeper 82
years old who during a brief
marriage of seven years had
presented her devoted husband
with sixteen children Only one
of them was a solitire There
were two pairs of twins two sets
of triplets and one quintet five
sturdy boys at a birth aveya9ing
six pounds in weight They are
all alive and hearty their mother
is as active and strong as any
woman in the State
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While Massachusetts is fight
ing the graspy moth simyly to 1t
prevent it from spreading and Ft
other States are spending large
sums to protect against insect
pests man goes out armed to the
teeth to destroy birds for sport
that are necessary to his very
extetainet rffwJ tliEivna
man will not be capable of hold
ing his own in combat with in
sect pests which multiply faster
than he can destroy them While
some sportsmen nary gain a dollar
or two in value of game birds the
insects may be destroying or will
destroy in season a hundred times
as much in trees fruit or crops
It is time that farmers protect
the birds when they can do so
The Louisiana Purchase Expo
sition at St Louis will be a
worlds fair It will open May
1 1008 The minimum cost will
be15 000000 of which Congress
has appropriated 5000000 The
site of the fair is in Forest Park
the second largest park in Amer
ica It will contain eleven main
exposition buildings of whicn the
largest will be the agricultural
700 x 2000
2000Fnrm
ITnriw For Sale
Farm of 50 acres all bottom land
at Walters Ferry 2 miles from Clay
Citywith good dwelling of 6 rooms
and all necessary outbuildings Cis
tern convenient to house Will be
sold at a bargain J W TIPTON
Clay City Ky
Try our cough mixture Best in
the world 25cents for 4oz 13 Lit
tlepage Son
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