BEIDLER, Elizabeth Ann Fisher - obit.
USEFUL LIFE IS ENDED ALL AROUND PICK-UPS. An Old Resident of Waterloo , Passes Away. MRS. JOHN BEIDLER DEAD The Mother of the Messrs. Re idlers Died at the Borne of a Daughter la Ken-i , ! dallvUle. i. Mrs. John Beidler, sr., died last Sunday at KendallviUe where she had been visiting her daughter, Mrs. James B. Taylor. The remains were brought to Waterloo, Tuesday, and cared Tor at the home or her son, Johu C, w here she had previously made her home, and the funeral occured at 2 o'clock yesterday p. to., from the residence of John C. 'Beidler, on West Maple street, Revs. J. D. Snyder and C. H. Burgener officiating, and the burial was beside her late husband in the Waterloo cemetery. A large congregation assembled to pay their last regards, to one who was highly esteemed In life.add who was ever a friend to those in need. OBITUARY. Elizabeth Ann Fisher, daughter of i A n-.f ELIZABETH ANN George and Margaret Boyd Fisher, was born Feb. 3, 1823. In Stark Co., Ohio, died at the home or her daughter, Mr. Kate Taylor, in KendallviUe, Indiana, March 24, l'.toi, aged 79 years, l month and 21 days. She was married to John Beidler in Holmes county, Ohio, on March 3, 1841. She was the mother of eight children, all of whom, except Samuel E.. survive to moun her departure. In the year 1847, she removed with her husband and hree oldest children from Holmes county. O., to this state onto the farm adjoining this town, where she bore her part of the hardships and privations of the pioneers of the country in clearing up a heavy timbered farm. In early lire she was con verted. and with her companion united with the United Brcthern church. She lived a quiet, faithful, christian life, devoted to the welfare of her husband and the adornment of her home. For a number of yars past her health has iern broken, she being a partial invalid most or the time, but she bore her afflictions uncomplainingly, and walled patiently until her appointed change should come when she should be translated to an heavenly country. j J '1st one week previous to her departure she was taken with a severe case of LaGrlppe, which resulted In her death at nsn on last Sabbath. Her seven remaining children, fourteen grandchildren and six greatgrandchildren rise up and call her blessed. Press want ads will bring Auburn is to have an factory, j : j: Milo nusselman calls his Butler "Hogan's Alley!.' The Philippines will be under a civil government about Winona 'Assembly will in improvements the' coming Mr. Carnegie says: "Put all in one basket and then basket." j Geo. M.jRay, of Shelbyville, last confided in the prison Michigan City paying the bad life, a warning to schemersj i Butler citizens held a meeting Monday evening I to arguments io favor of city and Mayors Garwood, of Camp, or Garrett were addressed the meeting. P. McGloln moved his Monday to his farm near ; Peru. McGloln expects to go to work the Wabash, but does not exactly at what point. John rooms and will open a law that city. Ashley Times. 12 it LA 1 1)i V, FISHER. BEIDLEIt. Afier next Monday no documentary stamps f will be checks, as It Is believed that supply will last until July 1, law will be repealed. Df. T. C. Kinmont left a at this office which had a flavor, lie gathered them the !fall and threw carpets Instead or hurrying them. hadi apples to.keep during better and retaiu their flavor as tjhese. Hicksfllle, O , Walter Q. Olds', formerly Colum-bla'City, but more recently Cnl-cagf, has suereeded to the partnership made vacant by Huh. R. C. Bell jat Ft. wl(l hold the place occupied Brtl as attorney; for the and Nickel Plate, roads, a important position. The Northerrj Indiana of ! the M. K. chUrch will Elwood, April B. Card dancing will have some-consideration. It) I strange that anyone to' live a consistent life In, should compromise their by social indulgences not the church in which they mem-bcrs. :: . i j In Ohio the Insurance are canceling all policies gasoline lamps are used for There is a law against them state, and a company who lamps will carry a case to