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The Frankfort roundabout. (Frankfort, Ky.) 1882-1908, September 15, 1900, Image 7

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RELIGIOUS
ASCENSION EPISCOPAL
OHUIICH Rev R L McCready
Hector Roy B E Abraham As
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Holy Communion at 0 oclock
Morning prayer anti sermon at 11
oclock The rector has returned from his
vacation and will preach on Sun
day SubjectII Salvation in tho
cJ OnlyNo
y No evening service
Sundayschool and adult Biblo
class at 916 a m
Evening prayer and litany
i on AVednesday at 780 oclock v
TO all these services the public
i + t ire cordially invited Seats free
y BAPTIST CHUftCH Bev M B
Adams the pastor will preach at
r TL1 a m and 780 p m
+ t The Young Peoples Society will
meet in the chape at 680 p in
Pray r1neetlng Wednesday night
at 700 oclock
Sundayschool in the chapel at
945 a in Special classes for
young men v
i Seats free and all arc cordially in I
Titad
witedCHRISTIAN
T O CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev
George Darsio the pastor will
breach at 11 a m and 780 p ni
Night subject Slander and its
Cure It
t Owing to repairs upon the main
audience room the service Sunday
Will be held in the enlarged and
p 1Jelutllled chapel
tr SundlfoOsohool meets at 980 a m
j r4 The Young Peoples Society of
Christian Endeavor meets in the
L r chapel at 646 p m Leader Lizzie
t McEwan
i HoEwanTopic The Broad and Narrow
r Ways
Junior Endeavor Society meets
at 880 in the chapel
chapelPrayermdeting night
t 780 v
Topic The Duty of the Young
f to the Church fI
The public will be cordially wel
corned to all these services and es
peoially strangers in tho city
G i CATHOLIC CHURCH The
Usual services tomorrow conducted
by Bov Father Thomas S Major
tfie pastor
r Low mass at 780 a m High
t mass 10 a m Vespers at 780 p
I m
t ° FIR S T PRESBYTERIAN
f CHURCH Bov J McOlusky Blay
hey D D the pastor will preach
at 11 v
a1n
I 1 No evening service
Sundayschool at 945 a m
Young Peoples Society of Ohris
1 I tlari Endeavor meets in the Sunday
I tc Schpol room at 045 po m
Prayer = meeting Wednesday even
t tng at 780
I lfho pulbtc cordially invited
g METHODIST CHURCH Rev T
I r i + F Taliaferror the pastor will
preach at lli m and 780 frxnt
I y Sundayschool meets at 9 t 4 1
v m
E wottll TJ ngu > 1n Smday I lipci1
llrf Toom at 045 na m
ti ll F Pruyormeeting Wednesday night
4 s at 76
l Tuesdayy
y
Y evening
k2henIublic cordially invited to at
< r teedper
J > SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN
U y OHUBOH Bay Win Crowe jrthe
> pastor will preach at 11 a m and
V 780 P m
t Sundayschool at 930 a m
f l Prayermeeting Wednesday night
Ii nt7t
t JH T Young Peopl Society of Chris
tian TSndeavor meets at 045 pm
To all thoso meetings the public
is cordially invited
J THE FEE CHRISTIAN CHAP
vi JBL JXEST SIDE Preaching every
th9r
v Sundayschool at 280
Prayermooting Thursday evening
g1 at 780
tiCOURTS TO DECIDE
j <
ir Wtr South Trimble filed suit in
< rvrthe circuit court on Wednesday
pJeventJ
County Clbrk Smith from putting
j the name of Mr W B Moody un
4 fL der the Democratic device on the
1official ballot as a candidate for
Congress in this district
> It is understood that the case will
w it ba decided at once and an appeal
f4 taken to the Court of Appeals
THE LORDS PRAYER J
The following beautiful composition
tion was found during the Civil
war at Charleston S C It was
printed on very heavy satin July
4 1823 This copy was taken from
the original and was picked up by
A P Green of Auburn Ind in
Corinth Miss the morning the
Rebel forces evacuated it May 80lh
1802 We have been asked to re
print it for preserving in scrap
books Thou to the Mercy Seat our souls
doth gather
To do our duty unto TheeOur
Father
To whom all praise all honor should
be givenr
For Thou art the Groat God Who
art in Heaven
Thou by Thy wisdom rul at the
worlds wide fame
Forever therefore Hallowed be
Thy name
Let nevermore delays divide its
from
Thy glorious grace butThy King
dom come x
But let Thy commands opposed bo
by none
But Thy good pleasure andThy
will be done
And let our promptness to obey be
even
The very sameOn earth as tis in
Heaven
Then for our souls 0 Lord we also
Thou wouldst be pleased to Give
us this day
The food of life wherewith our
souls are fed
Sufficient raiment andOur daily
bread
With every needful thing do Thou
relieve us
And of Thy mercy pity And for
give us
All our misdeeds for Him whom
Thou didst please
To make an offering for Our tres
passes
And forasmuch 0 Lord as we be
lieve
That Thou wilt pardon usAs we
Let that forgive love teach whereith Thou
dost acquaint us
To pardon alLThose who trespass
against us
And though sometimes Thou find
est we have forgot
This love for Thee yet help And
lead us not
Through soul or body want to des
Nor lot peration earths gain drive usInto
temptation
Let not the soul of anytruo believer
Fall In time of trialBut deliver
Yes save them from the malice of
the devil
And both in life or death keep Us
from evil
Thus pray we Lord for that of
Thee from whom
This may 10 hadrFor thine is the
kingdom
VMs world la of Thy work its won
drous story
TO Thee belongs The power and
ttie glory
And all Thy wondrous works have
ended never
But will remain forever andFor
ever
Thus we poor creatures would con
fess
Ant Vt1f1 would pay eternally
> ffineni i Jt <
j j
SAFFELLS OPENING
Saffeirs hew flrsfccliiss staple
and fancy Grocery House will
base its formal opening on Tues
day September 18
This house has a clean entirely
now and fresh Stock of goods
which embraces everything han
dled by such a house
They propose to sell as low as
pure goods can be sold for
Dont forget the place Masonic
Temple Ann street
Give them a call
KENTUCKY MASONIC GRAND
LODGE CONTRIBUTES
On Thursday Capt John H
Leathers of Louisville Grand
Treasurer of the Grand Lodge of
Masons sent 500 by wire to the
Relief Fund of Galveston as the
contribution of the Kentucky Grand
nodgeI
Illi rHoUStWork ihd WQ rk witOtit Dust J
Waking Willow Furniture and
r Wicker Chairs
M Wicker elilira seeR become MlM Inrt they
I w be o4eBed to look like sew with
1 Gold Dust Wiping Powder
sad warm vater Ueo a ecrubblag brush when
water becomes Aa least soiled ICe fresh follow
with a soft dry cheese cloth and wipe dry
thisr
method but must be wired dry quickly
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Insist upon having them take no others and you will get the best shells that money can buy
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