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From: "Gerri Sutton" <>
Subject: [KYLAUREL-L] Excerpts from The Mt. Echo 1903 (52)
Date: Thu, 2 Mar 2000 13:41:47 -0500
Reprinted with permission of the Laurel Co Historical Soc.
AUGUST 14, 19003
Wes Owens has a very sick child.
Mr. John Miller is very sick with typhoid.
George Ridings is very low at his home with typhoid.
Mrs.. James Pugh, who was very sick last week is much improved.
The little son of James Dunaway who was killed by the train, was buried here
Dave Roark will soon move his family to Artemus, where he is mine foreman.
Mrs. Elbert Stillings is very low with the flux.
Daniel D. Jones returned to Indianapolis Tuesday.
G. H. Vandeventer, our Bush correspondent, was in town this week,
Mrs. Chas Jones and child, of Barbourville, is visiting her parents, Mr and
Mrs. W. S. Jackson.
A man by the name of "Jack Frost" was here this week. What a queer thing for
the middle of August..
Messrs. S. A. Lovelace and J. B. Eberlein left Tuesday for a stay at
Fred Pigg and family left Sunday for Los Angeles, Cal., where they will make
their future home.
Joe Brummet was arrested near Corbin and lodged in the London jail for
stealing a mule from Chas White.
Bill McCollum, who several months ago killed Sid Baker in Clay county, was
arrested in North Vernon, Ind., by Geo. Thompson, an is now in the
I am going to Texas to live. All persons indebted to me by note or otherwise
will come forward and pay me or R. Boyd. Jr., with whom I leave them for
collection. R. BOYD
Our bush and Lesbas correspondents tell you of the death of Mrs. S. S.
Phillips on last Sunday at her home at Bush. Mrs. Phillips had many friends
and relatives in this county, and we sympathize with them all in their
The following marriage licenses have been issued by our County Clerk since
Sam Todd to Nancy Moore
Fred Strub to Laura Webb
Stephen Burnett to Hulda Mullins
Silas Brown to Mollie Swoford
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