O'Donnell Harry B 4 Feb 1905

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O'Donnell Harry B 4 Feb 1905 - I BEATH5 YRgSAt his homo in Louisville on...
I BEATH5 YRgSAt his homo in Louisville on Tuesday Mr Hugh IL Ayres aged about 45 years from pulmonary trouble Mr Ayres was born and raised in this city He prepared himself for the profession of a civil engineer and was in the employ of the L N Railroad for many years and was so employed when he passed away He was the son of the late Mr Edward and Mrs Margaret Ayros and was a cousin of Mrs Dunne Brown of this city He was a quiet unassuming and modest gentleman of sterling integrity and ability I Ho leaves a wife and one son Edward besides a large circle of relatives and friends to mourn his untimely death The funeral services were conducted from the chapel in our cemetery on Thursday morning at 900 oclock by Rev M B Adams of the First Baptist Church after which the remains were laid away in the family lot ODONNELL In this city on Tuesday lust at his residence on the South Side Mr Harry B ODonnell aged 40 years Mr ODomoll was born in Lexington but came to this city when but a little lad He was an industrious and energetic man and a number of years ago ho and Mr Chas L Weitxel entered into a partnership in the dry goods business on St Clan street afterwards I removing to the storeroom next door to tho corner of St Clair and Main streets By energy and close attention they succeeded in building up a large and profitable business the partnership in which gas only I dissolved some three weeks since by the retirement of Mr 0 Don noilSome Some four years ago Mr ODon nell was attacked with a nervous trouble which culminated in loco moter ataxia and after long months of suffering carried him away I awaySome ten years ago Mr ODon S Dell was married to Miss Hannah I Haly daughter of Mr D h Italy I and they were blessed with three children one son and two laugh I ters who together with his wife two brothers Messrs James and I Will ODonnell of this city and two sisters Mrs 11 McGarty and Mrs Win Cady of Washing t ton City are loft to mourn his I untimely death Ho was a clever gentleman and a devout member uf the Catholic i Church I I The funeral services were eon ducted from the Church of tin Good Shepherd on Thursday morning last at 980 oclock by j Hey Father Thos S Major after which the remains were laid to rest in the Catholic Cemetery KALTENBRUN At the resi deuce of her son Dr V A Kalte nbrun on Mondnj night Mrs Fredricka Kaltenbrun aged 76 years of the infirmities of age Mrs Knltenbrun had been n resident of this city for over hull a century she and her husband I coming here from Germany when I they were both young people She had lived a long and upright life II respected by all who knew her Sue was a devout member of the Episcopal Church The tender love and affection subsisting between her and her husband drawing them closer together as the years went by was noted by everyone who was ao iqimintecl with them When her life partner was called hence something over a year ago she seemed to lose interest in the affairs of life and to long to follow him IIOW frugality and industry this good couple had acquired a liand I some competence which was invested in the city of their choice and whoso prosperity was dear to both Mrs Kaltenbrun loaves two children Mrs Freddie Weisen burg and Dr V A Kaltenbrun both of this citylnd a large number of grandchildren jid triends to numrn her death Tho funeral services were con ducted by Rev A B Chinn on Wednesday at 1080 oclock and the remains were laid by the side of 11 + r husband in our cemetery MINOR At his homo in this county on yesterday Mr JoiF Minor aged 7f yours Fuller notice next week I BIRTHS I CllUTCIiER In this city on Tuesday January HI 1005 to Mr in L Crutchur and wife a son I NINETY YEARS OLD Mrs Elizabeth Vallandingham t uulobrated horHOth birthday on Tuesday and vas remembered by bur numerous friends with presents of Mulcts She reiteived six dnun uarnatioiifi besides quite n nuniboi of roses and other winter blossom Tho old lady is quite active for her years rets up and makes her own liru each morning and takes care of her room her eyesight allowing her to read to some extent May she still Lo able to bless her friends with her penile presence when tho century mark is passed el I I II I begins I I j I

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  2. 04 Feb 1905, Sat,
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