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The Frankfort roundabout. (Frankfort, Ky.) 1882-1908, February 29, 1908, Image 2

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fINAl SUMM
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Irk COMES TOJM WALKER
WAS QUITE WELL KNON HERE
9 SPENT SEVERAL YEARS IN
ii REVENUE SERVICE
Mr J M Walker died at his home
i Sn Paris Tuesday morning after qnit e
a long Illness the immediate cause
4i
4 sof his death being heart failure
iMr Walker had been a resident
of Paris for several years and wan as
i6 an officer In j Internal R nenue
jt service being stationed at the d G
4 i < iyhlte Distilling Companys plant In
< that city He waa a native of Owen
tj county and was a v ran of the
Civil War Mr Walk kas a fine
irisiness man a gentle P dt genial
< rnits of character and had a large
hi circle of friends who will regret to
Near of his death
t He was quite well known In Frank
J fort where for several years he was
3h the Internal Revenue service being
F stotlcnetd at The Old Crow Distillery
The Hermitage Distillery aid at E
H Taylor Jr Sons
He Is survived by his wife nee
Mary McGibbon one son Postmaster
Thomas I Walker of Lexington and
Miss Mat 1e Walker who resides wit h
her parents at Paris The funeral
+ pservices took place from the residence
t Thursday afternoon at 1 oclock and
were conducted by Hev Carey E Mo r
I 7g an The body accompanied by rela
lives and friends of the family was
waA
onent took place at 3 oclock In the
Xexiag1 on cemetery
i cemeteryMARRIAGE
1
MARRIAGE
0Of Miss Nora Smith and F M
rr < < Stevens of Lexington
Lexingtonf
7 v Here
The consummation of a romantic
v courtship was developed when Mr F
< M Stevens and Miss Nora Smith of
+ Lexington were marrledhere Thursday
C day morning
The happy couple returned to Lex
ington during the afternoon and an in
3 f formal reception and dance was held
1 < an their honor
Ji After the usual felicitations good
<
i I
r wishes and congratulations had been
41freely and Joyfully extended an even
ri lug of joy unconfined and Jolly good
fellowship was participated In by those
x whose honor it had been to be the re
v
+ clpients of such openhearted and gen
titerous hospitality as that which was
lA extended to those who had the pleas
i acre to attend
I 1
COL STONE
And Guest Dr Leonard of Germany
iSpend The Day Here
i l Ex Auditor Sam H btone of Lout
4s idlle and Ills guest Dr Rudolph
4 Leonard of Germany passed through
Q here Wednesday morning en routt to
r
Lexington where they were enter
t Gained at luncheon toy Mr Charles
Berrynvan at Elmendorf the country
try home of Mr James J Haggln
y They spent Thursday in Paris as
the guests of Mrs Cassius M Clay 4x d
from Paris they made the trip to this
city over the interurban While here
they called upon Governor Willson
f and other State officials They re
turned to Louisville yesterday morning
ni
ing Dr and Mrs Leonard left last
night for New York and will sail In
April for their home In Germany
l
t
YOUTH
Thirteen Years Received At Peni
tentiary From Harlan County
1rY The youngest boy ever received a f
A the penitentiary to doa stripes was
brought here Wednesday by toe sher
I iff of Harlan county He is Thomas
< Simpson aged thirteen years sen
ii tenced to serve two years for murder
h He Wiled another small boy by hlttiag
t him In the side with a stone The
jury is said to have been inclined to
be lenient with tlje little fellow but
the dead boys father an Influential
i man is said to have demanded that
the youthful murderer be sent to the
penitentiary An effort will be made
to send him > o the Retorm School at
t Lexington but that Institution Is
crowded and he may huve to serve
Us sentence here
V
Bishop Lewis Burton of the diocese
then
clergy under him to pray for the Gov 1
ernor and Legislature at every service
and to ask for divine guidance In the 1
movement to restrain lawlessness In I
the State I
I
1
Hemp la now quoted at U40 a ion
r the highest price for pevral years
ant many farmers In the Bluegrass
mill raise hemp instead of tabocco J
L
L TES
Y Y
AdJutaWGeneral J hnston1I11III
Wednesday evening HVlorlda for a
cruise on his boat The Pelllam Hi
will be Joined there by his son
EPe1llnm Johnston and a pac
frIends from Lexington wnoj
with him during his stay
Mr Luke C Norman leay
meday for Louisville where he
cepted a position with Thcd
Gilbert Company He will
the firm taking the terrli
late Mr Jno C Herndon J
Drosephh oggi
leased Miss Laura Crad
on Shelby street regent
Rev and Mrs T F Ta
Ietalce possession during t
week sr
eJudge Wm ocean
Panted by Re FLouis 1 1d
Arnett and DI attendee
tthe Charity Ba the hall o f
the Independent if Red Men
In Lawrenceburg last evening
nY
Mrs Margaret Nazor last w6e
purchased the frame cottage of Mr
Edw J Roberts on South Shelby
erstreet The consideration being 2
000 cash 111 Nazor will take pos
s sGlon on Monday Much 1st
Mr Ralph R Wilson and farallj
will during the coming week mover
into their new home on Shelby street
1recently purchased from fir J P
Hanley who will early in April re
move to Louisville where he will
make his future home
State Auditor Frank P James has
leased the residence of Mrs Mary
Brown Day on Third street recently
ocupled by Mr Wm P Hudson and
family and will early next week move
his household furniture from Harrods +
burg to this city
Mr S B Buckner Jr who recently
graduated from the United Slates Mil
anF
ofwho spent a week here as the guest
apes nt
several days in Louisville with Co 0
and Mrs M B Belknap enroute to
Henderson where he will be a memo
dbel of a house party given by Mr
Thos J Johnson a classmate at West
Point
PointAIr
n1fr Huston D Wood and family
who for the past two years have been
living on Mr Stephen Blacks farm
on the Georgetown road removed this
week to Frankfort and have leased
1the residence of Mrs W G Bullitt oas n
Yapping street
County Clerk N B Smith on Wednesday
nesday Issued marriage licenses to
Nitorlo Serafeno aged 23 years and
elide Benassi aged 18 years of this
city and Wm A Roberts aged 38
years and Llda Yount aged 19 years
of Hatton
I
Otto Clark who stabbed Harry Path
terson at the Leonard Hotel la Lex
ington some several weeks ago and
who has since been out on bond was
arrested here Tuesday morning and
anHi
returned to Lexington that night He
did not give further bail and was reo
manded to Jail to await his trial
Next Wednesday is Ash Wednes
day the beginning of Lent The al
manac reveals a very remarkable inj
cldent that Easter will be observed I
later than it has been celebrated fort
a century or more The date of this
great feast day is determined by the
first Sunday after the full moon
which happens upon or after March
21st It is possible for the last day
to be as early as March 21st This
year the full moon happens April 16th I
and the next Sunday Easter is the
19th
Hon William P Thorne ex Lieu
< nant Governor and wife of Emi
nence weh here Thursday en route
home from Wllllarastown Kentucky
where they had taken the latter s
mother Mrs Agnes Dlckersoh North
cutt for interment Mrs Nort hcutt
the e
diedo
Sunday evening at their home in
Eminence Mrs Northcutt was the
mother of Hon W W DIckerson of
Cincinnati former Congressman from
the Sixth Kentucky District
Mrs Mary Gaines Shy on Tuesday
afternoon filed suit for a divorce from
her husband Sim Shy former super
intendent of the Old Crow Distillery
In Woodford county Mrs Shy al
leges that her husband has acquired
the drink habit and that he Is wast
lag his estate and does not provide I
for her and under the circumstances I
she asks that she not only be given an
absolute divorce but also that her
maiden name be restored She is the J
daughter of John W Gaines of this I
city t
cityThe r
The regular monthly mooting of the
Knights of Columbus Club = Was held t
if 1 I
I
j
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BOSWORTHS BILL I
THE SENATE MON II
AFTERNOON
The Senate was the busiest place
in the State House Monday passing
upon much Important legislation In j
llthe afternoon the Senate by a vote of
31 to 4 passed the bill introduced
by Senator Joseph Bosworth appropri
sting the sum of 460000 for the com
pletion of the new Capitol
v The bill appropriates 460000 to
e
furnish and complete the new Stare
House came up as a special order
Senator Oliver moved to strike out
the section providing that the present I
architect be retained Lost by 13 toI
16 Senator Sewells and Senator I
Walkers amendments to the same ef
feet were also lost Senator EctonsI
amendment to cut down the amount
ntto about 350000 was lost by 11 to
18
The Cureton amendment which was
first offered by Senator Combs and i
then withdrawn providing that the
present architect be retained only in
his capacity as architect and superln
tendent was adopted The bill as
amended passed by 31 to 4
I I
i
DECISION I
nIn Five Cent Rate Case to be An
nounced by Railroad Commission
on March 4th
oChairman A T Slier of the Ken
tucky Railroad Commission said Red
nesday that the decision of the com
mission in the Glasgow railroad case i
would be handed down on March 4
Complaint was made to the commis
slop that the allroad persisted In
passent
gel rate between Glasgow and Glas
gow Junction the road being ten
miles in length The complaint was
heard by Commissioner Slier and L
P Tarlton Commissioner MoD Fer
guson being prevented from attend
ing the hearing on account of illness
All the proof Is in and the briefs of
the attorneys have been filed
e
BLACK BESS
Col and Mrs John Cunningham oE
Cunningham Station Bourbon county
Ky have among their art treasures
a striking picture of General John H
Morgan the Confederate cavalry lead
er mounted upon the thoroughbred
mare Black Bess which he rode dur
ing the greater part of the war and
which was captured with him in the
raid through Ohio This picture
could be used in meddling the eques
trian statue of General Morgan as
well as his horse to be erected by
the United Daughters of the Coned
eracy In Lexington Col Cunningham
Waba warm sympathizer and a memo
ber of the Sons of Liberty
I
LOCK NO5
Closed to Navigation For a Period of
Fifteen Days
The following notice has been Is
sued by Col Warren Notice is here
by given that Lock No5 Kentucky
river at Clifton will remain closed
to navigation for a period of fifteen
days from the date of this notice for
the purpose of completing the work
or reconstructing In concrete the
upper miter sill of this lock Should
it be necessary to make any further
change in the time of doing this work
due notice will be given
Ed Turner of Breathltt county was
hanged in the county Jail at Chatta
nooga Thursday afternoon He went
to the scaffold without a tremor
Turner killed his wife Lillian Turner
on the side of Lookout Mountain on
oho afternoon of April 2 1907
1
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J r tj f
frsChas
I Mrs Chas
i quite ill with
grip at her 1
was yesterda 1 I
The condition of Mr Ji
er who has been so 3
with pneumonia at his ho
I provement t ly avenue continues to
Llifts
j1Irs Henry Gober who has c
critically 111 for the past three eeks
I at her home on Holmes stree was
yesterday reported as being greatly
Improved
Miss Margaretta Gaines who has
hase
on Fourth street Is greatly Improved
and will be able to be out next week
Miss Clara B Haly who has been
quite lit for several weeks at her home
on Wilkinson street Is reported as
toeing Improved and will be able to
be out during the coming week
11Ir John D Griffin leaves this after
Noon for Louisville where he goes to
spend the weeks end with Mrs Grif
fin who has been quite Ill for the part
three weeks at St Josephs Infirm
ary v
The condition of Mr Jan ODonnell
who has been critically ill at his nome
lon Broadway street for the past two
weeks was yesterday reported as be
lag but slightly improved
Mr E L Samuel who recently re
turned from Tryon North Carolina
Where he spent several weeks for the
benefit of his health is still confined
to his home on St Clair street and
his condition shows but slight inv
provement
provementMaster Y
Master Harry B ODonnell who Ins
been quite ill at the home of his
mother Mrs Hannah ODonnoll on
Fourth street for several weelcs is
much Improved and will be able to
be out the coming week
Mr Walter G Chapman who has
been spending several months In the
mountains of North Carolina for the
benefit of hla health returned home
Wednesday morning and his many
friends in Frankfort will be pleased tr
learn that his trip proved quite bene
ficial r
Reliable
ReliableGarden
Garden Seeds
We are handling
this season as we
have for years
Landreths
LandrethsI
I LandrethsGarden
Garden
GardenSeeds
SeedsI
SeedsThese c
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These goods have
the reputu atiollI
of insuring crops
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Can Wea
Supply You
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Transfer Co
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Hauling ofI
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Office L 6 N
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Prices Reasonable Phones
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When Ready to
Be Served 1
ServedY W Saffell t
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Y Has Lverytring Best
vand Freshest in t
Staple and Fancy Groceries < j
Turkeys Chickens 1 Etc j It
tBoth
Prompt Delivery Sole Agents for
Both Phones Famous Seal Ship Oysters < IJ
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ANN STRLLT < trL
THERE IS A GREATER DEMAND FOR
High Grade Vehicles Ij
Than everbefore The public have at last come to theAJ
conclusion that a CHEAP vehicle is IEAR at any III
price Our work is strictly handmade and is sold under < i
a guarantee that means something If you want a vehicle 4
rthat
us a card and we will call to see you We know we PI 1
suit you in both quality and prices All we ask is aa
opportunity to discus the matter with you f 1 t
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H K WARD vC M BROW TN wI ori J
President I Sec and Treats J t 1
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