FRANKFORT WEEKLY TIMES Sat. March 4, 1905 ANSWERS FINAL CALL At 11 o'clock Sunday night, Mrs. Jane T. Moon died at the home of her son, O.P. Moon, at No. 252 West Green street, death being due to a sudden attack of heart trouble. She had been sick with the grip and Mr. and Mrs. Moon were sitting up with her when they noticed her breathing suddenly become very labored. Dr. Brown was hastily called, but she died before he arrived. The deceased was a Christian Scientist and the funeral services, which were held at the residence at 10 o'clock Tuesday morning were in charge of Joseph P. Palmer. The interment was at the Baker cemetery, near Scircleville, the body being sent from here on the 1:01 train Tuesday afternoon. The deceased was seventy-three years of age. She was born in Butler county, Ohio and in 1869 came to this county with her husband and family. The husband died about four years ago. Two sons, O.P. Moon and W.T. Moon, of Goldsmith, survive. Typed as written.