Mr. and Mrs. John Robinson of Cincinnati, Ohio, spent the
weekend with their aunt, Mrs. R.F. James, on Mt. Vernon
St. Mrs. Robinson is the daughter of Col. M.W.
Powers, of Wayne County. They were just returning
from their wedding trip in the south and will be at home
in Covington, Ky., after January 15.
Mr. Garland Mourning left Tuesday for his home at
Pittsburgh, Pa., after a visit with his mother, Mrs. Anna
Mrs. Mary Williams and daughter, Mrs. Cleo W. Brown, of
Mt. Vernon will leave Saturday for a visit with Judge
R.G. Williams, Covington, Ky., after a visit here with
the family of M.C. Williams.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Enlow have taken an apartment at the
home of Mrs. George
Smith, Mt. Vernon St.
Misses Bernice Addington and Bess Healey spent last
Sunday in Harriman, Tenn.
Mrs. Edwin Baute has returned from a visit with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. B.P. White, Jr., Versailles, Ky.
James Denton Jr., is out after a severe illness of a
Bee Whitis was at home this week from the Wayne and Adair
oil fields, where he has extensive interests.
Mrs. Ed Taylor and son, Carl Norfleet, are visiting
relatives in Whitley City.
Miss Edna Prewitt of Lexington spent several days with
Mrs. R.E. Higgins.
Mr. Al Wallace has accepted a position with the
undertaking establishment of Denney & Dodson.
Mr. Malone will return to Paducah.
Mr. L. Harkins is here from Ashville, N.C., for the big
sale at The Fair Store.
Mr. and Mrs. Eben Pettus have returned from a trip to
Miss Elizabeth Eason who has been employed in the
Southern Railway offices in
Cincinnati, has returned to Somerset and has taken her
old position in the Superintendent's office.
Mr. John Slessinger spent the first of the week in
Mrs. A. Lovett was called to Knoxville, Tenn., on account
of the death of her mother.
Sheriff J.M. Weddle spent several days in Frankfort on
Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Moore and son, Marion, of Corbin, Ky.,
who have been
visiting her mother, Mrs. M.J. Brooks, and sister, Mrs.
Effie Benton, have
returned home, accompanied as far as Stanford by Mrs.
Benton and daughter.
Miss Clemmie Spaw will leave the last of the week to
visit her sister in
Tulsa, Okla. She will stop off at St. Louis and
Kansas City, Mo.
Mr. T.E. Horrell has returned from a visit to
Louisville. Mrs. Horrell and
children remained for a longer visit.
Hon. W.A. Kinne of Stearns was in the city last weekend.
Mrs. H.M. King will return from Lexington Sunday.
|Mrs. J.P.W. Brouse
will leave this week for Irvine, Ky., where she will
teach in the Irvine schools.
Mrs. W.L. York is visiting her daughter Miss Jessie in
Mr. Owen Goodloe is spending several days on a hunting
trip in Alabama.
Mr. John Goodloe is visiting in Harrodsburg.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Goldenberg left on Tuesday for
Cincinnati, where Mrs. Goldenberg will undergo a slight
Mrs. Harry Lewis and Mrs. W.D. Gover left Tuesday for
The Journal stated last week that Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Fritts of Phillipsburg, N.J., would make Louisville their
home after March 1st. We were in error. Mr.
and Mrs.. Fritts will be in Louisville until March 1st,
and then will return to their home in Phillipsburg.
Mr. Sam Mayfield has resigned his position at the Farmers
Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Owens spent several days in
Cincinnati this week.
Col. Robert Stearns head of the Stearns interests, was in
Somerset this week
for a short business trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Greene have returned from Chattanooga.
Mr. and Mrs. Seth Swartz and two children of Lexington
have been visiting her father R.T. Welch.
B.H. Malone and family left Wednesday for Paducah where
they will make their future home.
Mr. J.E. Edgette of Erlanger, Ky., has been in the city
this week on business.
Miss Elizabeth Doyle is visiting relatives in Cincinnati.
Burnside News. Mrs. Turner of Bowling Green was the
guest of her sister Mrs. J.H. Lewis the last week
J.M. Lloyd returned home from Windy City Saturday night
"all smiles" with the report of plenty of oil
J.M. Dugger was in Chicago, Ill., this
week on business
The whole town was shocked
Thursday evening when Mrs. J.T. Carter died at her home
after a very short illness. *****Mrs. Carter had
undergone a very successful operation a few months ago
and was apparently in very good health when she was
stricken again, and only lasted a few days. Mrs.
Carter's true Christian character, sunny and happy
disposition and lovable way made for her hosts of friends
wherever she went. The Eastern Stars conducted a
short funeral service Saturday, after which they body was
taken to Middlesburg, Ky., for burial. Mrs. Carter
is survived by her husband, three sons and one daughter
and two sisters, Mrs. Sharp and Mrs. Wheat, of
Middlesburg, to mourn their loss. The beautiful
floral offerings from her church lodge and friends
appreciation for her noble life
Mrs. P.W. Tuttle and children were with
relatives in Somerset last week
Mrs. J.M. Dugger
was the guest of Mrs. M.E Tate of Somerset most of the
Rev. C.L. Hawkins of Wilmore filled his
regular appointment at the Methodist Church Sunday
We wish to express our appreciation to the many friends
for their very great kindness to us during the illness
and death of our wife and mother. J.T. Carter and
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