Clipped From The Cincinnati Enquirer
Hear Xebanon, Ohio. sraciAX, bisrATca To "-"" "-"" "-"" . , Ki . Lebanon. Ohio, October 10. The famous Shaker farm of 4,0f acre, . near here. sola to-oay to-oay to-oay to tne United Brethren Church to oe usea as a home for sunerannuated minister, ana missionane, and their wives. arm as an orphanage. The purchase price was 150.000. of srhtch 75,0X) will be paid March 1. 1113, when the church assumes possession; S10U.0Q0 on January 1. ma. and 1173,000 January 1, jonn it, n.mg. d. d., for the- the- past 18 year, -superintendent -superintendent of United Brethren Mission, ln Africa,- Africa,- will be Superintendent or tne I arm. The contract was signed on behalf of the church by Rev. W. M. R. Funk and Joseph Phillips, on behalf of the Shakers bv Josepb Holden, head of the Shaker min istry: Arthur Bruce, Irving Greenwood and James Fenneseey. - Incorporation paper, have aleadr been signed to secure a state charter for the Orphange Home, the Incorporator, being Congressman James M. Cox, Democratic gubenatortal candidate: Fred H. Rika. President of tbe Rlke-Knmler Rlke-Knmler Rlke-Knmler Comnahr. Dayton; Rev. Dr. W. H. Washlnger. Superintendent Superintendent of the Pennsylvania Confer ence and Treasurer of the Qulney Orphan age; Attorney jay ti. Cogan, Canton: Dr. J. M. Phllippi. editor Rellgioue Telescope. whose efforts resulted tn the consummation of the deal; Bishop G. M. Mathews: Chicago, Chicago, and Dr. W. R. Funk. . publishing agent, Dayton. The Trustees -win -win include tbe ,bov, and Bishop W. M. itfeekly, Kan sas City, ana state Senator Matt Edmonds. McLoutn, isjm.