1904 September 20 - Lizzie Hiser death
CRS. BAILEY BURIED v MONDAY HORNING Monday morning: tt 11 - ' o'clock at West Union church was held 'the funeral funeral of Mrs. Caroline Bailey, widow of the late Simon Kenton Bailey. Death took place Saturday morning at f o'clock on the old home place la Salamonle township, near Warren, being due to paralysis, with which (he fed lady had been ' afflicted . four Jn, : - v:,'v - '. - - t Seventy years and eight days before tier death Mrs. Caroline ' ; Wheadon Bailey was born In ' Warren county, Onto. - Thirty - three years ago she and ter husband moved' to , Huntington county, settling on the farm on which the death of each took place. On this ""place they lived and prospered and jrere known a among the most sub . fctantlal people of the community. They were members of the Old School Baptist church and were faithful to their profession.' A number of years ago Mr. Bailey died. Rev. Bitzer, pas tor of the Baptist church at Brown's Corners, officiated at the funeral Monday. Monday. Six children survive their mother. mother. They are Mrs. Margaret McKln - ar of Montnllar. Mrs Nattla Mur phy of Bluffton, Mrs. Laura Klepser Of Kelso, Henry Bailey 'of Muncie, ; Wmiam P. Bailey of Andrews and Marion Marion K. Bailey, who lives on the home n1 m jA flavan aam evetei n A II A mam t A one brother, Rey..B. B. Wheadon of Lena, Ohio, also survive. , ," 0 - ; A Death In Michigan. , ' Saturday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. E. A, Myers of, Clearcreek township re ceived telegram informing them of the critical illness of Mrs. Lizzie Den - . del. Mr. and Mrs. Myers left on the evening train for her home near Hop kins 8tation, Mich. Later in the even Ing another telegram came bringing the aad Intelligence of her death. The lady will be better remembered by the name of Lizzie Hiser, who for a number number of years was a music teacher in the northern part of the county. The voice once familiar in song has been forever hushed in death. Nearly four weeks ago she submitted to a surgical operation and a short time before her death a second . was deemed necessary. necessary. ' ' .v.vv ,. Mrs. Dendel was thirty years old. Her parents have been' living in Nebraska Nebraska since her childhood, she having been raised by Mr. and Mrs. Myers. Mrs. Amanda Bonebrake, Mrs. Cora Eberhart and Miss Lois Myers went to Michigan Monday morning to attend attend the funeral which took place today. today. SOCIALISTS NAMED THEIR. CANDIDATES ,The socialists of Huntington and vicinity held their district convention Monday evening at tne home of Ed O. Nix on Washington street The results results of the convention were as follows: follows: ' ; : - r ', ' - : John C. Baker was nominated for representative in congress from the Eleventh district Cou tnny328546..6 Eleventh district County nominees are: Harry Gray for representative, Fred Connon for prosecuting attorney, Joseph Shearer for treasurer, William Dyer for sheriff, B. F. Doudna for re corder, J. C, McMarlln for coroner, Charles Blackburn for surveyor and J, J. Cappells for commissioner of the second district John C Baker was chosen permanent chairman of the county central committee. ' Oliver Doud Byron, well remember ed as a star in "Don Cesar de Bezan," and who played "Across the Conti nent" for twenty - two years, will re - turn to the stage this season in the company of his sister - in - law, Ada Rehan. . r): : ..