Miss Ottie Rogers has been quite ill for the past few
Miss Lou Hardin is some better after a severe illness for
the past ten days.
Mr. and Mrs. H.M. King will go to Lexington today to
attend the State-Centre basketball game.
H.C. King, district Passenger Agent, Southern Railway, is
in the city today on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Kiser will go to Cincinnati Saturday
where Mrs. Kiser will appear in a concert given by the
Cincinnati Conservatory of Music. Mr.
Kiser's parents will meet them there and return for a
Mrs. B.J. Bethurum is spending several days in Louisville
Judge W.N. Flippin is at home from Mt. Vernon, Ky., where
he has been attending court. Judge Bethurum is expected
Mrs. Porter Bolin entertained the Five Hundred Club with
a Valentine party last Monday morning at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Beecher Smith. Dainty
refreshments followed the game. Four tables
played. The prize was won by Miss Ella Mae Waddle.
Mrs. R.E. Hill will spend the weekend in Louisville.
Mr. G.D. Stevenson of Stryker, Ohio, is visiting friends
and relatives here this week. Mr. Stevenson is a
former Pulaskian and says he always likes to come back to
the old home for a visit.
Mrs. Ella Ellison of Ghent, Ky., is visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. George W. Thomas is home from Louisville where she
has been under the
care of a specialist. She is much improved in
Mr. Logan Denton, of Geary, Ind., was in Somerset this
week en route to Olivet, Ill., where he will be located
in the future.
Messrs Lester Harrington and John E. Vaught of near
Science Hill, Ky., now residents of Livingston, Mont.,
arrived home this week for a visit.
W.B. Denny, who has been helping at Denny's Fair, is now
out on the road with his shoe samples.
I. Harkins returned to Ashville, N.C., Monday night after
spending a month
Miss Marie Tandy entertained Monday evening at her home
on Jarvis Ave., with a Valentine party. A two
course luncheon was served. The colors were pink,
white and green. Those present were Misses Marie
Tandy, Mary Austin Waddle, Hazel Barnett, Emma Cundiff,
Alice Jasper, Mabel Day, Edith Parker, Ruth Day, Tony
Jasper, Mary Parker, Irene Bryant, Christine McClure,
Bonnie McDaniel, Josephine Greer, Lena Sears, Elfreda
Peterson, Millie Fletcher, Messrs Morris Tandy, Leonard
Cundiff, James Tucker, Cecil Godby, Edward Jarvis, Donald
Holmes, Milton Gover, Douglas Holmes, Ernest Johnson,
Garrett Woodall, Wilson Gregory, Leonard Lorton.
Mr. John W. Randolph of Forsythe, Mont., arrived last
week for a visit with home folks. Mr. Randolph has
been away from Pulaski County for about seven
years and says he is glad to get home on a visit.
He is a ranchman and is doing nicely in the west.
Mrs. William Waddle invited quite a number of friends to
her home last Saturday night to hear a concert given by
William Hays Meldrum, pianist, of Cincinnati. Mr.
Meldrum has been visiting in the city. Refreshments
followed the music.
Miss Blanch Crane most charmingly entertained with a Five
Hundred luncheon last Saturday. The home was
beautifully decorated with cut flowers and ferns.
There were five tables playing. The prize was won
by Mrs. S.A.
Mr. Parker Wesley, who has been in school at Centre
College, Danville, Ky., is now with the drug firm of M.C.
Williams & Sons. He will enter the Louisville
School of Pharmacy in the fall.
The many friends of Major A.T. Keen were glad to see him
out automobiling this last week. Major has been
confined to his home for several months but is getting
much better and it is hoped he will soon be entirely
Miss Janie Hansford has resigned her position with The
Fair Store to enter business at Mark, Ky.
Miss Mary Roberts is now with The Fair Store. She decided
to turn down the flattering offer which she had at
Richmond, Va., and remain in Somerset.
Mr. and Mrs. A.A. Basham have returned from a ten days
visit to their old home in West Virginia.
Mr. E.L. Shotwell is in Winchester, Ky., this week
attending a meeting of the Kentucky Utilities managers.
Dr. L.I. Farmer was in Louisville Tuesday on professional
W.A. Moore is in New York buying spring goods for his
Mr. and Mrs. A.H. Rayborn have returned from a four
months trip through the west, where they visited
relatives. They are for the present with their
daughter, Mrs. Ed Moore, on Harvey's Hill.
Jack Converse and Royce Flippin were down from Danville
Rev. F.W. Harrop is in Louisville this week on
Raymond Dutton of Ludlow, and John Dutton of St. Louis,
were called here this week on account of the serious
illness of their brother "Tweedy" Dutton.
W.S. Brown of Nancy and D.R. Brown of Liberty, Ky., were
in Somerset on business this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Oats, of Danville, have been guests of
Mr. and Mrs. O.B. Vaughn.
Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Jones of Oneida, Tenn., spent several
days in Somerset this week.
Mrs. W.S. Taylor entertained with two tables of bridge
Wednesday afternoon at her home in West Somerset.
Dainty refreshments followed the game. A bridge
club was organized.
Miss Maggie Adams of Oneida, Tenn., spent several days
with her mother.
Miss Ruth Ashurst who is attending State Univ., will
arrive today to spend several days with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Rufe Ashurst.
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Lester of Pine Knot was in town this passed week on
business. Miss Mary Ellen Williams of Bakerton
passed through town Wednesday of last week en route to
Louisville, Ky. E.O. Stone of Danville was in town
most of last week selling insurance. Mrs. S.E.
Cooper was visiting her niece, Mrs. Roland
Raugherty, of Somerset, last week. Mrs. Sam
Weaver entertained the Mite Society to all day quilting
Friday of last week. Mr. W.R. Hewlett was
home this week from Unionville, Tenn. The mill he
had in charge burned, but will be rebuilt at once.
Misses Nina Beaty and Elizabeth Allen were hostesses to
the Burnside Amusement Club Saturday evening.
Jesse W. Taylor, farmer, of Antioch, fell last Friday and
broke two ribs from the back bone. Mr. Taylor is
doing very well at this writing. J.L. Wynn of
Luretha, traveling salesman for F. Aukenbaum & Sons,
Cincinnati, O., was in town Monday on business. Mr.
and Mrs. Jess Ross have a new baby boy in their home,
born Sunday night. Frank D. Orwin was in Georgetown
this passed week visiting. Miss Addie Caldwell of
Campbellsville, is the attractive guest of Miss Maisellle
Johnson. Kelsay McWhorter of Danville spent the
weekend with his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. E.E.
Kelsay. W.J. Davidson was confined to his room the
first of the week with a severe cold. Mr. and Mrs.
H.C. Amos, of Lewisburg, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.M.
Lloyd this week. Geo H. Williams attended the
revival services at the High Street Baptist Church in
Somerset Sunday. Miss Maiselle Johnson delightfully
entertained a number of her friends at a party Wednesday
afternoon in honor of her guest, Miss Addie Caldwell, of
Campbellsville. J.E. Darr of Knoxville was in town
Tuesday on business.
Plato. The wet weather has put the farmers behind
with their plowing here. Mr. Dillard Couch had a
sale Feb. 11 at Valley Oak. A nice crowd attended
and everything sold well. He is going to
Cincinnati, O., in the near future. Mr. John W.
Cape, three mile east of Pulaski, and one-half a mile
east of Mayfield school house, will offer to sell his
property at 10 o'clock a.m. February 23, 1921. He
has many things to sell. Mr. Bill Debord near
Pinto, Ky., purchased a farm from Mr. Mink a few days
ago. Mr. Chester Howard is sick at this
writing. Mr. Elmer Randolph has been sick but is
better at this writing. We are sorry to report Mrs.
Mary Ping is no better at this writing. Miss Grace
Robbins has returned from Berea where she has been for
some time. Ida Bullock visited at Mrs. Isabelle
Randolph's Sunday. Mrs. Isabelle Randolph visited
her mother near Mt. Pleasant. Her mother has been
very poorly for some time. Mr. J.M. Purcell visited
Mr. E. Bumgardner Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Randolph and daughter, Beatrice, visited at Elmer
Randolph's Sunday. Mr. Bill Owens went to Somerset
on business Monday. Mr. Robert E. Latham and
Flossie Cummings were married Monday. Miss Verpa
Eldridge visited at Buck Ping's Sunday. Miss Grace
Couch of Valley Oak returned from Berea last Thursday
where she has been for some time. Mr. George Ping
visited his mother Sunday. Mr. Bob Smith spent
Saturday with W.P. Smith. Mr. Vernon Owens spent
Sunday with Bob Smith. Mr. John Randolph went to
Somerset on business Saturday. Mr. Jeff Anderson is
making his regular calls at Mr. Alexander's. Mr.
John Ping visited at W.P. Smith's Sunday night. Mr.
John Childers visited Mr. Henry McKinney Sunday. Mr. John
Ping visited Mr. Will Stevens on business Saturday.
Colored Notes. Mrs. Redman died at the Somerset
Sanitarium Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock, while
undergoing an operation for tumor. The body was
shipped to Albany yesterday for burial. She was a
relative of Burl Jones, the barber.
"Aunt" Retta Sandusky is yet quite ill.
Mrs. Idell Richardson has
returned from Lexington where she has been for a few
months stay with her husband. Miss Ada Gilmore of
Indianapolis, Ind., was here last week visiting her aunt,
Mrs. Margaret Johnson, who has been very sick. Miss
Mattie Rains died last Sunday night about 10 o'clock and
was buried Wednesday afternoon. "Aunt"
Mattie, as she was familiarly called, was a good
Christian woman and was loved by all who knew her, both
white and colored. She leaves a host of friends to
mourn for her. Rev. Woods conducted the funeral at
the Baptist Church.
Cave Hill. Solomon Ashley is moving home to get
ready to farm. Harlen Ashley had a public sale
Thursday and will move to Eubank. Stock brought
fair prices. Rev. E. Vaught attended church at
Science Hill Sunday. People are making preparations
to repair the old Sardis Church and to fence the church
yard. Rev. Geo. Thompson is teaching a singing at
Wilsonville. Willie Zelber and family, Logan Bryant
and Mr. Whitaker visited Henry Young Sunday.