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A pedicure that cured all my pet peeves

Dr. James L. Snyder Since I was a young person, I always had some pets around. Most of these have been dogs, hunting dogs in particular. And I loved my pets. In getting older, I discovered that having a pet dog around is a lot of work. More work than I care to do in light of my busy schedule. So I have exchanged these pet dogs for a few pet peeves. One More...

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By Clay Free Press On Wednesday, April 9th, 2014
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Echoe From the Hills – April 9, 2014

“Hark, I hear a robin calling! List, the wind is from the south! And the orchard-bloom is falling Sweet as kisses on the mouth. In the dreamy vale of beeches Far and faint is woven mist, And the river’s orient More...

By Clay Free Press On Wednesday, April 9th, 2014
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Bible Doctrine

I ran this series of articles five years ago, and I felt that it would be good to run them again; as some of you may new readers since 2009. How do you feel about Bible doctrine? I know that many people today are More...

By Clay Free Press On Wednesday, April 9th, 2014
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A Church was in Need of a Preacher

By Lee Roy Anderson One of the deacons was interested in knowing just what kind of minister they desired. He therefore wrote a letter, as if he had received it from an applicant. He read this letter before the pulpit More...

By Clay Free Press On Wednesday, April 9th, 2014
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SPRINGTIME IN OUR SOULS

By Joseph J. Mazzella When Springtime fmally comes to the mountains of my home the days feel like a preview of paradise. Spectacular sunshine arrives to bath the woodlands in its golden glow, and there is hour after More...

By Clay Free Press On Wednesday, April 9th, 2014
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Dog Run 4-H Auction

Dog Run 4-H will be having an Auction on April 18, 2014 from 6-9pm at the Clay Lions Club. Items will include a hand made quilt, lots of primitive crafts, a Longaberger basket, Tupperware, photo sessions with several More...

By Clay Free Press On Wednesday, April 9th, 2014
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Humming Birds and Thistle down

By Quindora Dobbins A man was plowing with a mule when suddenly the sky turned black, thunder sounded; lightening frequently flashed and then one flash struck a tree near by making a loud sound. The man could not More...

By Clay Free Press On Wednesday, April 9th, 2014
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Echo From the Hills – April 2nd, 2014

March delivered the hills another blow last night, with a winter snowstorm that covered the landscape and roadways. A cold wind prevails today, although the sunny is shining from a bright blue sky. The yellow daffodils More...

By Clay Free Press On Wednesday, April 9th, 2014
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Spring Flowers

By: Martha Deems We searched for spring flowers and there were so many to see. The wild ones were scattered about where Mother Nature wanted them to be. In the valleys, upon the hills and near the streams, growing More...

By Clay Free Press On Wednesday, April 9th, 2014
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Spiritual Leadership That Counts

By Lee Roy Anderson One of my favorite questions that people will ask me on occasion is what is God like? I immediately reply, he is like the perfect father anyone can have. For some of us that is a difficult concept More...