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The Somerset Journal
A Democratic Paper Published Every Friday
Feese & Williams
Somerset, Ky., Friday, December 12, 1919.
Harry Bobbitt was in Burnside last Saturday.
Councilman John Cox is quite ill at his home on Mt. Vernon street.
Mr. John W. Sloan of Burnside was in the city Tuesday for the day on
Mrs. Steve K. Vaught of Winchester, Ky., is visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. O.W. Swain has been quite ill at his apartments on Main street. He is
much better and hopes to be out in a few days.
Mrs. W.G. Lovelass of Pulaski is getting along nicely after an operation.
She is at the home of Noble Lovelass in South Somerset.
Mrs. H.C. Day is improving after an illness of several weeks.
Miss Ella Mae Waddle attended the inaugural ball at Frankfort Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brinkley of Danville are visiting relatives in the city
The many friends of Major A.T. Keen will regret to learn that he is quite ill
at his home on North Main street.
Hon. John M.P. Thatcher of New York City is expected to spend the holidays
with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Thos. M. Thatcher.
Mr. C.B. Cundiff, assistant Supervisor of Census, was in the city Wednesday
en route to London to see his new Supervisor Nat Elliott.
John S. Gover of Elihu was in town Tuesday on business.
Miss Mattie Keen was called home from Washington on account of the illness of
her father, Major A.T. Keen.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Keene of Strunk, Ky., were called to Somerset Tuesday on
account of the serious illness of his father, Major Keen.
Mr. C.A. Hurt was the guest of friends at Frankfort Tuesday.
Mr. Joe McGee took in the Inaugural ball Tuesday night at Frankfort.
Mrs. Sue Owens and daughter Miss Margurette, attended the Inauguration
Misses Bessie and Florence Healey left yesterday for Cincinnati to spend
Master Mechanic J.A. Cassada was among those from Somerset who witnessed the
inauguration ceremonies Tuesday.
Messrs. George and Charlie Flynn are erecting a large barn on their farm.
Several from here attended Virgil Wallace's sale last Wednesday at Beech
Mrs. Ester Hendricks and children are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N.R.
Randolph of Ansel.
Lula and Retta Adams were Sunday guests of Laura Godby.
Messrs. Ottis Baugh and Marvin Hays have gone to Cincinnati to work this
Locie McKinney and wife returned home from Rockcastle county where they spent
a few days.
Mrs. J.F. Miller has returned from Jackson county where she has been visiting
relatives for the last few days.
Miss Mollie Hansford spent Monday with her sister Mrs. John Buchanan at
Mrs. D.B. Wyrick and Lyda Buchanan visited their sister, Mrs. John Hansford,
The family of James Blanton are very ill with measles.
Miss Helen McKinney visited at Tom Buchanan's Sunday.
Mrs. Martha Farmer still remains very sick.
Richard Lovins and wife sold their property Friday and will leave shortly for
Ohio to make their home.
Tom Eldridge of Laurel county is here on business.
A very lengthy courtship ended last Saturday when Glen S. Minter and Miss
Jessie Bobbitt went quietly to Somerset and were married. Glen, who has been
clerking for D. Couch for several years, is well known here, and his young
bride is the eldest daughter of J.A. Bobbitt. They returned Saturday
afternoon to D. Couch's where an elegant supper was served. Their many
friends wish them much happiness.
Moved to Monticello. The Strateymer Lumber Co. have moved their office from
Somerset to Monticello. Mr. George Hill, the manager, will still make
Somerset his home.
Rev. J.S. Greer filled his regular appointment at the church of Christ.
Luther Leight has returned from New Castle, Ind.
Miss Cela Taylor has been visiting friends here.
Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Holiday of Oakdale, Tenn., are visiting her sister, Mrs.
Miss Alice Singleton is visiting friends in Lexington.
Elvin Eubank has returned home from New Castle, Ind.
Walter Singleton of Stanford has been visiting Virgil McMullin.
Virgil McMullin has returned home from Cincinnati.
Reca and Audry Acton are recovering from a severe case of measles.
Burnside. News and Happenings. Rev. W.F. Vaught Preached at Methodist
Arthur Keuhmstead of Chicago has been the guest of Moiselle Johnson.
Mesdames Robert Briggs and Stanley Lawson of Shelbyville were the guests of
Rev. Overstreet last week.
Mrs. Jerry Spears returned home Monday after a visit with her parents in
Mrs. J.N. Lloyd was in Cincinnati Tuesday and Wednesday.
Mrs. T.W. Barker left Tuesday to visit her daughter in Louisville.
Dr. and Mrs. T.L. Gamblin are visiting in Albany, Ky.
T.B. Grissom, wife and mother left Friday for Erlanger where they will make
their future home.
J.C. McKeenham of Louisville was in town several days this week.
Effie Rankin and Elizabeth Allen spent the weekend in Monticello.
J.J. Crutcher and Imel Parrigin were in Monticello Saturday night attending
the basketball game.
Chas. T. Dow left Saturday for Mill Springs.
Mrs. John Bell and daughter of Blessville, Ark., are the guests of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Martin.
The young peoples Missionary Society met with Mrs. Frank Sloan Tuesday.
Dr. Vaughn of Harrodsburg preached at the Methodist church Sunday. His many
friends were glad to see him again.
Mrs. Roxie Ledbedder is on the sick list.
M.S. Godby went to Elihu last week to work.
Steve Mills died last week from the effects of eating walnuts.
Vadie Godby is visiting her brother in Somerset.
Grover Meece visited his mother Sunday.
Will Hollars of Wayne county was a Saturday night and Sunday visitor here.
Myrtle Pitman has returned from a two weeks pleasant visit with her sister in
Charlie Vaughn and wife of Burnside are visiting at her fathers, M.T. Pitman.
Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Adams, Aunt Jane Howell, Eliza and Delmar Baugh were in
Somerset last Monday.
Mrs. Grace Adams and little girls spent Sunday with Mrs. Howard Light.
What has become of our Mt. Hope correspondent? Let us hear from you.
Clay Hall and wife of Clifty were Sunday visitors of Mr. Virgil Baugh.
Aunt Ellen Vaught is some better at this writing.
Goldie Baugh who has typhoid fever is some better.
Sherman Godby came home Saturday from his work at Dry Ridge.
Mrs. Elmer Hargis and Lora Light are on the sick list.
Mr. and Mrs. Gusta Hollars, Mrs. Sam Hollars and Miss Eller Jones were in
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