For some time there has been talk of a wholesale dry
goods house in Somerset. Several of our business
people are interested but no one has ever taken the
initiative. Somerset is ideally located for a
wholesale center. This is demonstrated by the fact
that two wholesale grocery houses have done well.
The territory to serve is large and wealthy. Why
send all our money away from home when it should be kept
D.H. Lyons of Mount Vernon a A member of the State Board
of Examiners, reported to Superintendent Colvin that the
teachers in Rockcastle this year answered entirely too
well in arithmetic and geography. A special
investigator was sent down from Frankfort with the result
that another examination was ordered. Now some of
the teachers in Rockcastle have become "peeved"
at Lyons for doing a plain duty and threaten him with
dire disaster. Hurrah for Lyons and shame on such
teachers! But it looks to us, from a letter by the
State Superintendent, that the whole thing is being
white-washed. This is a very grave matter and
should be sifted to the very bottom, accompanied with a
publication of the facts in connection therewith.
We call upon Superintendent Colvin to publish the report
of his inspector. It is so seldom that such things
are exposed, that when they are the severest penalty
should be administered to the guilty. Would it not
be a good idea for the next grand jury in Rockcastle to
make a special investigation? Would it not also be
a good idea to get the State Inspector before that
body? The people should know the whole truth about
the matter. If anyone has violated the law, let
such person be exposed so that future examinations may be
on the level. We feel that for the good it will do
the grand jury of Rockcastle should give this subject a
thorough and honest investigation that the real facts may
be brought to light and that the guilty, if any, may be
Patent. Mr. W.D. Brown of Somerset who invented an
automobile shock absorber and made application to the
patent office at Washington over a year ago, for a patent
has finally received it with his patent number, and he
can now proceed to manufacture them under protection from
the Government. This invention is known as Brown's
Shock Absorber and it is said by those who have used them
that they are better than any shock absorber on the
market. Mr. Brown has made several and put them on
cars in Somerset and they are now in use. He
intends to begin to advertise and manufacture the patent
on a large scale.
Wants Literature. Mrs. J.H. Kline of Atlantic City,
N.J., writes to the Board of Commerce wanting some
literature about Pulaski County. Mrs. Kline says
that she is the aunt, grand-aunt and grand-grand-aunt of
quite a number of youngsters in the county. She is
planning a visit to the county soon.
Buchanan Leaves Cumberland. Mr. Ed Buchanan, head
bookkeeper for the home office of the Cumberland Grocery
Co., at Burnside, has tendered his resignation to take
effect the first of August. Mr. Buchanan has been
connected with the Cumberland Grocery Co. for the past
thirteen years and has made the company a most valued
employee, therefore his services will be greatly
missed. He and his good family will remove to
Ashland, where he has a very nice position with a steel
corporation. Mr. Buchanan is not only a good
bookkeeper, but he is a first class gentleman.
County Convention. Pulaski County Sunday School
Association will hold its Annual Convention at Soule's
Chapel on Saturday night, July 31st, and Sunday, August
1st. Make your arrangements to attend this great
gathering of Sunday School workers. Prof. C.E.
Dusley and Mr. W.J. Vaughn, two of the Field Secretaries
of the Kentucky Sunday School Association, will be
present and deliver an address at each session of the
convention. Dinner will be served on the
ground. The people of this church extended a very
cordial invitation for us to hold this convention with
them and they are preparing for a great time. If
you are interested in any department of Sunday school
work you should attend and get the instruction and
inspiration from the addresses that will be
delivered. Wm. B. Gragg, County President.
House for Sale. House and lot on Freeman Ave., for
sale or trade. Newly painted, good condition.
Enquire of Plano Denham.
Barnett - Watson. Miss Mable Barnett, the oldest
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey Barnett of this city
and Mr. Otto Watson of Independence, Ky., son of Mr. and
Mrs. J.A. Watson of near Woodstock, this county, were
quietly married yesterday (Thursday) morning at the
Presbyterian Manse, Rev. C.H. Talbot officiating.
Those in attendance were Miss Mosella Vaught and Harold
Kennedy, and Miss Stella Bryant and Mr. Pete
Crocket. The bride and the ladies present were all
dressed in blue traveling suits with hats to match.
The ceremony was short and impressive, after which the
happy couple left for the home of the groom's parents at
Woodstock to spend a few days before going
to their home at Independence. Mrs. Watson has
forth past two years or more been one of the most valued
employees of the Farmers National Bank as bookkeeper and
has a host of friends in the city of Somerset and Pulaski
County. Mr. Watson was formerly connected with the
same institution before the war, offering his services
when the war started with Germany, made a fine soldier
and since returning has held a position with the
Ayer-Lord Tie Co., at Burnside, and is at present holding
a splendid position in a bank at Independence, Ky.
The many Somerset friends of the popular young couple
extend congratulations and best wishes.
Possum Trot. Rev. Willie Mills spent Sunday night
at J.T. Scales
Miss Lucy Girdler is spending a few
weeks at Ludlow
The children of Brint Lay are home
on account of the illness of their mother .. Miss Lizzie
visiting her sister at Somerset
Pearlie May Martin
has been spending a few weeks with her grandparents and
attending school here
Miss Jewey Hines spent
Saturday night with Mrs. Hardin Baker
Scales visited the Keith girls Saturday night
Owens has sold his farm to a Mr. Johnson of Tennessee
Bonnie Roy and wife attended church at Science
Mrs. Walter Hines and baby are
George Girdler and wife spent Saturday
night with his parents
Chas. Gregory and wife
visited his brother, Chris, Saturday.
Shafter. Our Baptist Sunday school is progressing
Rev. J.S. Abbott filled his regular
appointment here Saturday and Sunday .. Rev. Mills
preached here Saturday night
Colan R. Jones the
traveling salesman was at home last week .. Ed and
Velasco Girdler are at home from Cincinnati
Girdler and family visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. Jeff
Mrs. Callie Bolin visited Mrs. Fount
Bolin Thursday and Friday
Mrs. Mattie Prather
visited Mrs. Linnie Prather Thursday
Prather has been very ill
Ettie, the little
daughter of Logan New is very sick .. Ernest Jones is on
the route with his brother Coleman, this week
Ashbrook is able to be out again
Coy Abbott was
thrown from a wagon Friday, but was not seriously hurt ..
Ottis Bolin is on the sick list.
Hill. Walter A. Frisbie of Dayton, Ohio, is
spending his vacation with homefolks
Burton and children visited Mrs. Lula Frisbie Sunday
Mrs. Russell Nicholas and daughter
Rendye, Mrs. Quince Neeley and daughter Augie spent one
day last week at the home of Joe Brown
Frisbie visited Mrs. Noal Watson and Beatrice McKee
Miss Casada of Pulaski is visiting
her cousins Zona and Ova Casada
Sam Cowan and
family visited relatives at Waitsboro Sunday
Misses Mae and Grace Frisbie were Sunday guests of Mrs.
Oscar Casada spent Saturday night with
Clay Frisbie .. Joe Neeley and family were guests of his
brother Quince Neeley Friday night
visited her cousin Mildred Barnett Sunday
Quince Neeley and family visited his sister
Mrs. Russell Nicholas Saturday night.
Miss Sophia Woodall visited Ola and Della Adams Sunday
Miss Mattie Woodall has returned home from Dayton,
John Moore has returned to his home in
Misses Maud and Ina Bishop visited at
Misses Mary and Mattie Woodall visited at
Jim Norton's Sunday
Fount Burton and family
visited at Jim Moore's Sunday
Raymond Moore, F.
Smith and Earl Brinkley visited at J.S. Woodall's Sunday
Miss Sarah Woodall is very ill at this writing ..
A large crowd from here attended church at Flat Lick
Uncle Wm. Gastineau visited W.H. Bumgardner Tuesday night
Joe Vanhook visited his brother Saturday night and
Bob Eldridge had the misfortune of having
his house consumed by fire last Friday
death angel visited the home of Mr. and Ms. Rob Stevens
and took from them their son Richard age 26. he had
been ill for some time with that most dreaded disease
tuberculosis. Richard was loved by all who knew him
and leaves besides his parents a host of friends and
relatives to mourn for him
Byrl and Bertha Poynter
visited the Vanhook girls Saturday and Sunday.
to Johnson. Mr. Joe Waddle left Monday for Johnson
County where he will look after the interest of the
Pu-John Oil Company. The first well is down now
about 400 feet. Mr. Waddle will remain there until
the well is completed.
Morrow Appointed. Col. S.S. Morrow has been
appointed administrator of the estate of Sylvester
Vaught. Ed Thurman, Ottis Waddle and W. E.
McAlister have been appointed appraisers by Judge Tartar.
Dead. The Rev. W.F. Vaughn, 78 years of age,
formerly pastor of the Methodist Church in Somerset, died
at his home in Harrodsburg last Thursday of heart
disease. He served sixteen years as presiding
elder, four years each in the Covington, Maysville,
Danville and Shelbyville districts. Dr. Vaughn was
a very popular with Somerset people and his death has
cast a gloom over the community. He was a member of
Somerset Commandery Knights Templar and the following
members of that organization from Somerset attended the
funeral: V.P. Smith, Will Waddle, J.P. Kelsay, W.B.
Morrow, B.L. Waddle, J.M. Jamerson, C.L. Tartar, Harry
Jeffrey, E.M. Pettus, O.W. Swaim, Sam Farrell and Norman
I. Taylor. Others from Somerset attending were:
J.E. Girdler, Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Curtis, Mrs. Carl
Norfleet and Mrs. W.L. Clark. There were quite a
number from Burnside present also.
Problem. One farmer suggested the best way to solve
the road problem in the county would be for the county to
inaugurate an aeroplane service. It will soon take
an aeroplane to get anywhere.
Burnside. Dr. T.L. Gamblin was in Cincinnati Friday
Mrs. F.C. Sloan, Mrs. L.M. Cheeley, Miss Edna
Young, Mr. and Mrs. G.C. Nunn and N.I. Taylor attended
the funeral of Dr. W.F. Vaughn at Harrodsburg Friday
Mr. and Mrs. H.S. Barnett and daughter of
Cincinnati are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. N.I. Taylor
Earl Elliott has been discharged from the service
and is with relatives here now .. Miss Mattie Smith and
mother are spending their vacation with relatives in
L.M. Cheeley and Harry Waite
were in Somerset on business Monday
Phillippi and son were in Danville and Lexington this
Miss Charlotte Duncan was called to her
home in Monticello on account of the illness of her
Harold Hardwick of Torrent was in town
Mrs. S.A. Latimer and daughter of Oakdale
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A.G. Jones last week
Miss Doma Phillippi spent this week at the summer
Sunday school training school at Camp Kavanaugh, near
Dr. B.B. Lowdenback is visiting
relatives at Owenton this week.
Clyde Whitaker has returned to Indianapolis, Ind.
Meece and Bert Patterson of Public visited their brother
Elijah Woodall has returned to Indiana
Vanloe McDonald and wife visited at Marion
Bob Williams spent Sunday evening
with Frank Harris
Vella Speak visited relatives at
Burdine Valley Saturday and Sunday
spent Sunday here .. Elijah Burdine spent Sunday with
Marion Carlton visited Vanloe
School opened here Monday with Ina
Smotherman as teacher
McKinley Barnes is spending
several days with relatives here
Marion Farmer has
returned from Norwood, Ohio.
Waterloo. J.D. Rainwater visited his uncle A.W.
Audrey Rainwater visited her
sister last week
J. Calhoun and wife visited his
Willie Rainwater is visiting her
sister Myrtie McLin of Oil Center
visited Martha Silvers Sunday
Dewey Dick who has
been visiting here, has returned to his home
Columbus Calhoun visited her parents Saturday night.
Pointer. Wm. Hutchinson and family of Somerset are
the guests of Evertt Allen
Miss Loretta Doss and
little daughter Thelma were the guests of Anna Ware
J.W. Ware was in Somerset Saturday on
Anna Ware was the guest of her daughter
There were several visitors at J.W. Ware's
A.J. Butt of Sparta, Tenn., was the guest
of his daughter last week.
Delmer. Mattie Tartar is the guest of Hazel Muse
Mrs. Lora Barker was the guest of Mrs. Brown last
Electa Floyd was the guest of Mrs.
Fitzgerald one day last week
School opened at
Okalona Monday with Miss Anderson and Mrs. Coe Chapen
teachers and at Pole Bridge with C.W. Farmer and
Flora Sharp teachers.
Freeland Hall and wife of Cincinnati are here for a few
Mrs. Roxie Wesley and little son of Lynch,
Ky., are visiting her parents here
John Warren and
family spent Saturday and Sunday in Science Hill
Lou Baugh is visiting at Dock Dick's
Adams and children of Cincinnati are visiting here
Mrs. Lillie Dick spent last week with Mrs. Rutherford
Mrs. Maxie Laird, son and
sister-in-law, Alice Laird, of Louisville, spent last
Mary Saddler and baby of Lynch, Ky., are
with relatives here
Lou and Lola Dick spent
Saturday night and Sunday with the Baugh girls
Mesdames Nannie Adams and Maxie Laird and son spent
Wednesday with Mary
Johnnie Godby and sister Laura are
visiting at Monticello
Lula Pitman spent Sunday
with the Jasper girls
Mrs. Lou Price and children
of Cincinnati visited here last week
P. Jasper and
wife spent Saturday at G.W. Jasper's
Dock Dick and
Harlan Vaught spent Sunday at Velber.
Roy Trivett was in Somerset on business Saturday
Ansel Griffin has returned to Akron after a visit here
M.P. Estes and daughter Mrs. Ruth Dinkins, were in
J.B. Gragg and wife spent Sunday
at M.P. Estes
Alfred Hays and family of Waynesburg
visited at Elisha Griffin's one day last week
Kate Singleton and son called at W.R. Estes one night
last week .. Mrs. Geo. Ellison is reported better at the
Mrs. Henry Hines of New
Castle, Ind., and Mrs. Ed Vaught of Eubank were visiting
their father one day last week
Hartgrove of Etna, visited Mary and Louise Higgins Sunday
and was accompanied home by her mother Mrs. Mercer
W.R. Estes and family visited his father Sunday.
Slate Branch. Mrs. Mollie Cundiff is very ill
Silas Cundiff of Pine
Village, Ind., is visiting here .. Fox Beasly and family
visited his father Sunday
Uncle Jim Cundiff
continues very ill
S.F. Ashbrook and wife visited
J.H. McBeath Sunday
Jessie Stevens and family
visited Chas. Wright
Saturday and Sunday
Mrs. Virginia Jasper is
visiting her sister here
Carl Mayfield and wife
motored from Bloomington, Ill., for a visit with his
D.F. Hudson and wife visited their daughter
Todd is visiting here
Sallie Slaughter and
granddaughter visited Stella Griffis Sunday
Mrs. Martha Dykes is slowly improving
is suffering from blood poison
visited Martha Phelps Friday night
visited Gifford Phelps Saturday night .. Mrs. Sabrah
Phelps visited Lizzie Phelps Sunday
and Fay Dykes were visitors here Sunday .. Alvin Phelps
visited at Bent Sunday.
Pulaski. Russell King of Dayton, is spending his
Addie Wilder has returned to
Luther Detherage has returned to
Bloomington, Ill., after a visit to his brother here
Chas. Ham has returned from Cincinnati
Marietta Rouse has returned from Tennessee.Pisgah.
Mrs. Bettie Tate is visiting Mrs. Goggin of Danville
Tibbals was the weekend guest of Evelyn Vaughn
Miss Amanda Newell is visiting relatives at Stanford this
Harry Bobbit of Somerset visited Raymond
Stigall Saturday night and Sunday
Bill Cowan of
Montana is visiting relatives here
Ramsey was the guest of Mrs. Joe Kager one day last week
Mrs. Mary Gibson and daughters Mahala and Nancy,
Bill Cowan and Ed Gibson visited at L.B. Leece's Sunday
Miss Grace Frisbie visited Miss
Thelma Claunch Friday
Miss Nina Tucker visited
relatives at Pulaski last week
Miss Mabel Claunch
visited Miss Cassie Jorden one day last week
Tucker and family spent Sunday at the home of Dennis
Casada of Pulaski
Foster Allen of Elihu visited
Roy Cowan Sunday.
Rev. A.J. Ridner filled his regular appointment here
Saturday and Sunday
School opened here Monday with
Robert Hail teacher
Joe Hunt and wife were the
guests of her parents Saturday night
Phelps and Zula Hargis attended the singing at Piney
Milton Herrin returned to Ohio
A.D. Inabnit is on the sick list
Lela Hargis is visiting
Stella Hargis this week
Mrs. J.K. Phelps visited
at J.W. Steel's Saturday night
The little daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Stogsdill is on the sick list
Alvin Phelps visited at G.C. Phelps Sunday
Golda Bray was the guest of Stella Hargis Friday night
Mrs. Frank Whitaker is no better at this writing
W.D. Gover spent several days at Indianapolis, Ind., on
Miss Bessie Goggin is visiting relatives in Lincoln
County this week.
A fine girl arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.A.
Cassada this week.
Mrs. John Offutt and daughter Ruth are visiting in
Lebanon this week.
Mr. Emergy Heath of Burnside was in Somerset Wednesday on
Dr. H.C. Dye of Mintonville, Ky., was in the city this
week on business.
Mrs. Childers of Dayton, Ohio, is visiting her daughter
Mrs. J.A. Cassada.
Florence of Corbin, Ky., is spending the weekend in
Ben D. Smith has been in eastern Kentucky this week on a
Clay Hughes of Lexington was in town Wednesday calling on
Mrs. Ernest Parsons is visiting her brother Dr. V.G.
Trimble at Decatur, Ill.
Mrs. James Davis and son are visiting her grandmother
near Burksville, Ky.
Miss Mary Floyd who has been teaching in Louisville is
visiting Mrs. J.H. Allen.
Mrs. Elizabeth Ashurst and Miss Ina Ashurst left this
week for a visit to Auroria, Ill.
Mrs. John R. Mounts of Atlanta, Ga., is visiting her
sister Mrs. J.E.
Mrs. Chas. Beatty of Greenville, Ohio, is visiting her
mother Mrs. Mattie Gilmore.
Mat H. Barnett, electrician for the Southern Railway, was
in Chattanooga last week.
Master George Caywood of Frankfort, Ky., is visiting Miss
Marie Denton this week.
Mr. Fred J. Brunner of Cincinnati, Ohio, was in the city
this week on a business trip.
Mrs. Chas. Colyer of Oakdale, Tenn., is visiting Mrs.
Conrad Heuson on Griffin Ave.
Rady of Louisville is visiting her cousin Mrs. T.E.
Horrell on College St.
Miss Lillian Woodall who has a position at Dayton, Ohio,
is visiting her parents this week.
Arthur Bradshaw who has a position at Stanford, Ky.,
spent last Sunday with homefolks.
Mr. Froman of the Fair Store and Mr. Lewis Hussing were
in Lebanon Sunday.
Dave Phelps county road engineer of Whitley County spent
several days at home this week.
Miss Gertrude Mason is visiting her brother Durelle Mason
at Middlestown, Ohio, this week.
Mr. Howard Stigall of Danville is the guest of the family
of Judge James Denton this week.
Mrs. Elizabeth Newell and son George of Georgetown, Ky.,
are visiting relatives in the county.
Mr. Joe C. Parker, state engineer in charge of work in
Rockcastle County was at home this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Waddle and children have gone to
Monticello for a visit with her parents.
Mr. W.S. Apple, popular merchant and farmer of Ansel, was
here Monday transacting business.
Victor Stone and family will leave tomorrow for a motor
trip to Hodgensville and Mammoth Cave.
Mrs. W. Logan Wood of Danville is expected today for a
visit with her sister Mrs. J.E. Claunch.
Mrs. A.S. Latimer and daughter Ruth of Lancing,
Tennessee, were in the city this week visiting.
Mrs. J.W. Bradshaw and daughter Miss Katherine are
visiting her mother at Birmingham, Ala.
Miss Lucille Donahue returned to her home in Danville
Sunday, after a visit with Miss Marietta Farrell.
Messrs S.P. Honeycutt and Dan Swift of Science Hill were
transacting business in Somerset Monday.
Mr. Arthur Joseph is spending several days at Ashville,
N.C., with his wife who is visiting relatives there.
Mrs. Baker Brissom and son, James Lewis, of Erlanger,
Ky., were the guests of Mrs. Ben D. Smith this week.
Mrs. Margurette Trimble is taking a vacation from her
duties at the Fair Store and visiting relatives at
Mr. and Mrs. W.P. Smith and Mr. and Mrs. William Waddle
left today for a two weeks stay at Graham Springs.
Misses Albert and Roberta Witt of Knoxville, Tenn., are
visiting their cousin Mr. Denny Gooch and family.
Mrs. Bee Whitis will leave Sunday for a trip through the
Northwest. While gone she will visit her brother in
Mr. Harry Wait of Burnside, a valuable employee of the
George P. Taylor Co., was in town on business the first
of the week.
Thos. Prather has sufficiently recovered from a recent
operation to be moved from the hospital to his home on
George Curd returned to Cincinnati Tuesday after a visit
with relatives here.
Mrs. Curd and children will return Saturday.
Misses Isabel and Jane Hardin left this week for a visit
to their mother in Colorado. They were accompanied
by Mrs. Bell Curd.
O.L. Conyers and daughter, Miss Lucille, accompanied by
Miss Lou Hardin, are
spending several days in Carlisle and other Kentucky
towns visiting friends and relatives.
Mrs. Susie E. Roberts and daughter Miss Margurette, of
Danville, Ky., are visiting at the home of W.J. Gilmore
on Maple St.
Esquire F.C. Boyd merchant of Dykes, was spending a few
days on business in Somerset the first of the week.
Miss Ada Zachery has returned from Danville where she has
been employed in the Cumberland Telephone office.
Mrs. John Detherridge and daughter Lena Maude have
returned to their home at Washington, Ill., after a visit
with her sister Mrs. J.E. Girdler.
Messrs W.D. Baugh and E.S. Crawford of the popular firm
of Lester, Crawford & Baugh, Science Hill merchants,
were in Somerset the first of the week on business.
Rev. Wesley Colyer and Mrs. Colyer left Monday for a six
weeks visit with
friends and relatives in Illinois, Oklahoma, Missouri,
Arkansas and Texas.
D.F. Epperson of Oak Hill is spending this week with his
daughter Mrs. Minnie Stigall on N. Main St.
"Uncle" Dave was a pleasant caller at the
Journal office Tuesday morning, Come again Uncle Dave, we
are always glad to see you.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Colyer and little son James Logan are
spending the week visiting at the home of his sister Mrs.
Howard Bodkins at Shopville.
E.M. Waddle the popular Assistant Cashier of the First
National Bank has been away from his duties this week on
account of illness.
Misses Thelma Farrell and Florence Healey left this week
for Rochester, Minn., and Niagara falls. They will
be gone about two weeks.
Otto Watson arrived home this week from Independence,
Ky., for a visit with his parents. Otto has a
position with the Bank of Independence.
Mrs. Rance Hicks after a visit with relatives here, left
Monday for Nicholasville, Ky., for a visit before
returning to her home at Urbana, Ohio.
Messrs Ed Buchanan of the Cumberland Grocery Co., and
Harry Wait of the Geo. P. Taylor Co., Burnside, were in
Somerset Monday on business.
Dr. and Mrs. J.A. Bolin are spending the week at Mt.
Sterling attending the fair. Their son, Porter, is
there with his string of trotting and running horses.
Mr. and Mrs. Tilden Burch and children who have been
visiting friends and relatives here, have returned to
their home at Greenville, Texas, accompanied by Rev.
Wesley Colyer and wife.
Mr. Ed Sherman, of Norwood, Ohio, who has many friends in
Somerset, was in the city this week for a short
visit. Mr. Sherman is in charge of the terminals
for the Southern Railway at Ludlow.
W.D. Brown and family left this week for a visit to
Dallas and Galveston, Texas. Mr. Brown has just
received a patent from the government for his shock
absorber and will interest some prominent automobile
manufacturers while he is gone.
"Uncle" Dave Epperson, one of the truest
Democrats in the county, was in to pay the Journal a
visit this week. "Uncle" Dave has not
been in very good health for some time, but we are glad
to state that he is much better now. He says all
signs point to the election of Governor Cox.
Mr. E. Claunch and son-in-law Albert Murphy and family
left Wednesday for Bloomington, Ill., to spend two weeks
visiting at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Dora
Burden. They will return via Dayton, Ohio, to visit
Mr. Claunch's daughter, Mrs. Mike Smith, and his son,
Mr. and Mrs. M.B. Hines of Science Hill will leave in
about thirty days for Tipacanon City, Ohio, to make their
future home. They have sold their property at
Science Hill and bought in Ohio, but will claim Kentucky
their home the balance of the year 1920, as they both
have expressed a desire to vote for Harding for