The News-Leader, Springfield, Washington County, Kentucky
Thursday, January 4, 1906
Daisy, aged 16 years, the beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Janes, died at the home of her parents below Springfield on last Saturday after an illness of several months duration. She was possessed of a sweet and amiable disposition and greatly loved by many friends. The funeral took place at St. Rose on Monday morning. The News-Leader extends sympathy to the bereaved parents and brothers and sisters.
Grigsby – Derringer
The solemn vows of matrimony were sealed over Mr. Harry Derringer and Miss Mary Grigsby at New Hope on last Thursday afternoon at 4:30 o’clock by Rev. W. H. Williams, of Springfield. The groom is a young man of sterling qualities with a host of friends, while the bride, who is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Grigsby, of Midway, is a handsome young lady well known in the society circles and much thought of by both old and young. Many friends of each witnessed the ceremony, and congratulated them. A sumptuous supper was served by the parents of the bride, of which many relatives partook. Mr. and Mrs. Derringer will go to housekeeping immediately. From the host of friends the newly wedded couple receive congratulations, and they have many good wishes for lifelong happiness and prosperity.
Mrs. Ellen Maxwell, widow of Dr. Cleland Maxwell, of Lebanon, died Monday of infirmities of age and was buried Tuesday morning at Lebanon. Mrs. Maxwell was an aunt of Mrs. A. C. McElroy of this place.
All person having claims against the estate of Oliver Croake, deceased, will please present same properly proven to me at my home at Croake’s Station on or before February 1, 1906, and same will be paid. Everett Croake, Administrator.
Mr. Joe Bishop of the county has purchased of Mrs. Kate Williams her residence on Lebanon Street for $1,550. Mrs. Williams bought of M. L. Searcy a lot adjoining the Christian Church and contemplates building. Supt. J. W. Bush has bought of O. F. Wharton his new residence on Virginia Avenue. Price $2,000.
Forest View Section
Mr. Arthur Carrico and family of Bardstown are at his father’s for a several day’s visit. J. H. Carrico and family of Simstown are also at Mr. Carrico’s. [Arthur and John Henry are my great-uncles. Their father, Joseph Benedict Napoleon Carrico!]
Miss Daisy Janes who died at her father’s residence in the Valley Hill neighborhood was buried at St. Rose Cemetery last Monday. We knew her well in her childhood days and a more amiable and sprightly child we seldom met, and as we write we feel that the good Lord had greater use for her than to leave her to suffer and fade away like a wilted blossom in the glowing sun, blooming amid thorns and thistles. She has been a patient sufferer for seven long months but she now sleeps the sleep that knows no waking. She leaves father and mother, three sisters and three brothers to weep o’er her bier but their sorrow not as without hope.
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