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NO LOre FLESH
Pastor Russell Explains an Uii
THE RESURBEGTiON OF CHRIST
IbU Clear and Harmonious an Tills
6ubect(( Pastor nuesell Polnli Out.
Theory of Body Resurrection Unrea
lonable and Suao"'8 QhastUnesn.
"eh, and Blood Cannot (nher.it the
Kingdom of, God" Natural Men Can
not Appreclato Spiritual Thlngi.
April 14. Pastor
here todny. Wo re
port ono of Ills dis
courses frqip tlio
test. "With what
body do they
coino?" I Cor. xv,
On Inst Lord's
day wp discussed
the fnct or tho res
urredtlon and show
ed from St. Paul's words that without
God's purposo of n resurrection tioso
who' hdyo fallen nslecp In death would
havo perished ns brutes. Wo followed
T?lth the Apostle tho nssurnncca that
C&rjst did rlsq from tho dead nnd be
come the First-fruits of all thosa who
have gone into the sleep pf death. Oth
ers, Indeed, were awakened temporarl
yljfonir, jfer Instance, JnlrusMdnughter,
. 'LnShrW the friend of Jesus, nnd the
Bon of tho widow of Nnlu.
1'et.nono of those Instances Is count
ed as a resurrection, for It Is said that
Christ Is tho First-fruits of those who
Blentv Their nwnkoiilng was merely of
a temporary nature, and they soon re-
JapBed Into the sleep of death. They
did not have n full resurrection-oil-ag(qri
n raising up to perfection oi
life, such as the rcdomptlvo work of
Jesus guarantees to Adam and to all
his race willing to accept the same un
der tho terms of tho Now Covenant.
Yon. will recall that on last Lord's
day we demonstrated from the Scrip
tures that It Is not the Indif. but the soul,
that-lrt promised a resurrection that It
JESUS A SPIRIT
.; wna'oUrLdidV 'toil that went Jo shcol,
io'hatlh. to' the death state, and that
-God.raNed UJtn up from iloatli'mi'lhfl
d'-.jthj$TYhY?.lfi We noted a dlulclilty Into
wf?hJillJ'hrltt'julom wan. .plumed by
rt tho uiiscrlp'tirul theory that It Is the
JJO'lfilKnl'H w'I'V ri"ul rioted. '." r.o.-.
continue m,,N'.yvh unit t.nio v.i'l lui
-I." ItSl. ..111.. ". I. .4 I.'. I. .1.1.. . LI.
IU,,IIUH U.Uf 1 fHW Bjliill, IIW I
it plungiMl ii ns l !i'Vi. In tin wiiiV.i' i''
.' :brUtr""'tI',J,'.iilv In rxiiniVMiiii ,'
,Vjat)Viit.to I leiv.cn 7.
Olio nrdiiinr- tl.nnplil 1 1 i".--'tl i
tnindt in it"Me-t t,i li'iii " ('filli i'P'1
iJn restirrectlon Im tliatwhen He (mill !:
UJuUmlld not dl: thnt lV.'lt.- litljg.
tlto stiuT; roidd Miit d: tlmf., Iii-hmvU
jjp jyeut to itVaven, and J lieu, ju the
third 'day.iehnio back to get the body
whlclf had been eiucHlcd; und thnt lip
took It to henveu forty days lafer; that
lie" bn's hail that body ever since; und
that .He will huve it to nil eternity,
innrred with tho print of tho nails in
111b ba'uils uud'feet, tho thorns upon
Ills, brow, ;uid the epenr murk In His
slid. What u gh.iutly thoilghtl How
etrnngo that we should over havo been
misled Into so unscrlptural and unrea
sonable n theory! Sotno eudeavor to
rIoru tho mutter by suggesting that our
Jord'a tlesh is glorlfled-thot it shlncs
tho Hhlulng presuniably making the
wounds all tho more conspicuous.
. ' ,pV,MothoiIst frleufls, have not yet
chitugfd their statement or tup maer,
namely, "Ho ascended up on high.-taking
TJis fleshly body with nim, undl!
thafnnpQitalncd thereto, and eat down
on 'tho right hnud of God." This me
' dlovfil Btatement correctly admits that
' tho fleshly body was not tho Lord's,
but tlmtJIe, tho soul, took It with Him
" nsluggage. Tho Btatement, "and nil
that appertained thorpto." presumably
wonld rpfpr to owr Lord's snndul.
wuiklug stick nnd audi clothing ns the
(soldiers did not divide amongst them
at tho time of Hs cruclflxIonHf lu
deed Ho had nny Qthersl But our dear
yethqdlst frleads want to bo suro that
nothing was left behind.
' A this is of w piece with tho theory
thaV tho 8qUit wlcn tl)cy die go to
ll'enven.nnd then, later, cd.mo bnck nnd
get their bodies, "and all things nppcr
raining thereto" tho Incouvenlenccs
thut they havo been rl(I of for ccn
turos! , How Piny truiikloads of
"thing's appertaining thereto" may bo
taken by some, r.:id how mixed an as
BorUijeut by others U not stnted. Xol
thor'uro, pnrticH'nis Flvep rpsjjcctlng
tjio'so whoso clothing, etc., havo mean
time worn out. Put wo havo ,hud
enough of this, if it has helped us to
ki.o im ubmrdlty of pur thepile re-
rolffif i-oui iho "Dnrk Agos"-if It has
nwtjW vu lis to thqught pnd to Bible
love" Uui on till lmpprtapt and In
' Wljat Say thq Oerlntiires?
jTho J!be premitatloil qf hls euh
JetHu every Way rua'soiiuhlp. consist
nrtriud. harmoulous. St. Paul points
oUt'tCaV "there Is u natural body and
tberp. Js , B.lrlt body." Hp doep nt
menu nnd be does not say that the
iplrltbody Is u human h"dl' glorified
Qujte. tonjlio contrary, flp declafoa
IhafT'Flesli and blood canuot Inherit
tho Kingdom of Ood"-no matter how
glorlfled it might be. A human being
iwoBlfl" bT r totally different frqm a
plrlt being' that, a,a St. Paul Bnya, ''It
doth not yet nppoar what wo shall be,"
n our resurrectlqn change; nid tho
M ffitoo TnerW tocMfrtfW al'we
now bear the Jmngo of tho cnrjliy,
Adam, Wo Bhall, by tho glorious resur
rtctlon change, bo given n share In thu
naturo nnd likeness of the Second
Adam, our glorious Lord. We shall bo
like Htm nnd see Him ns He is; and.
bo It noted, wp must clmngo from fleali
nnd blood conditions to spirit condi
tions by resurrection power, In order
that wo mny seo Hlni ns Ho Is. Surely
this proves that our Lord Jesuit Id no
longer flesh, ns He onco was "In tho
days of Ills flesli'-Hobrown v, 7.
Difference Between Heavenly and
Our toxt calls attention to the differ
ence between celestial bodies nnd ter-
restrlnl, or earthly bodies, nnd declares
that they havo different glories. It
tells us thntlhe first Adam was made
n living soul, a human being, but that
our Iledeetncr, who humbled Himself
nnd tool: tho earthly nature, "for tho
Buffering of death," thereby became
the Second Adam tho Heavenly Ldrd.
Tho wide distinction between tho Sec
ond Adam and tho first Adam la clear
ly set forth. Ono wns earthy nnd tho
other heavenly. As wo now bear tho
Imago of tho earthy, wo rthall, If faith
ful, bear tho heavenly Imago of our
Lord, tho second Adam, nfter our res
St. Pnul Illustrates by saying thnt
wo know of many kinds of organisms
on tho earthy or fleshly plnno-ono
flesh Qf man, another of beasts, an
other of birds and another of fish. But
however different tho orgnnlsms they
nro nl( earthy. Go, on tho heavenly
plane, tho spirit plane, thero nro vari
eties of organisms, but nil nro spirit.
Our heavenly Fflthor Is tho Ilend, or
Chief "God Is n Spirit." Cherubim,
Ecrnphlm, nnd tho still lower order! of
nngels nro nil spirit beings; nnd Christ
Jcsuo, our Redeemer, nfter finishing
tho work of sacrificing appointed to
nim, wns resurrected to tho spirit
piano far nbovo nngels, principalities
nnd powers next to tho Fntnor; nna
thus wo rend, "Now tho Lard is tjint
Spirit." And again that "no was put
to death in tho flesh, but quickened (or
mado nllvc) in tho spirit." I Pet ill, 18.
"Tho moro wo cxnmtno tho tmbjeet
tho more foolish and unscrlpturnl tho
views handed to us from tho Dark
Ages appear. For instnuco, tho Scrip
tures clearly set forth thnt our Ho
dcemcr, prior to becoming u Man, was
n spirit being "tho Only He-rotten of
tho Father, full of graco nnd truth."
Ills leaving the spirit piano to become
n Man Is Scrlpturally described ns n
great stoop or humiliation. Is It rca-H
Hounblo to supposo that tho heavenly
Father would perpetuate to nil eterni
ty that humiliation, nfter it had serv
ed Its intended purpose? Surely not.
Tho Illblo tells Us why Jdsus hum-
,bled Himself to tho human natufe-"n
little lower than the nngels." It yraii
becnusc n man had sinned, nnd tho Re
iWmor must, under tho Lav. be on
tho Bnmo piano qf bolpg ns the no
whom Ho would redeem- Thus Jiho
vah particularly specliled, "An nyp for
. , ,- y -- Ti , - '
an eye, n tooth for n tooth, n, llfu for n
nfe. Hence tho death of nu npgcl, or
of our Lord In Ills pre-humnii eohdl
tlon, could not hnvo affected tho (jay
mentof man'H penalty nnd the t'0i)so
(pi'dtit relenso of tho' condemned race.
Tbmr ngnln wo rpad, "A Jiody hast
Thbu prepared Me." "for thd HUfferlng
.of tlenth." Hebreya x, r; ll, 0.
No ono questions tbnt this nppiies
cxclunlvely to our Lord's experiences
during thu years In which "Ho who
wns rich for our mikes becamo poor,
thnt wo through Ills poverty might bo
mado rich." Surely It la unsnpposablo
that tho Father would arrange n Plan
by which our Redeomor'8 faithfulness
in accomplishing hiuii'h redemption
would cost Him nn eternity of povprty,
humiliation, degradation to n piano "a
little lower than tho nngels," whllo tho
Church would bo mado rich, nnd would
atta,lu a spirit otato "far nbovo nngels"
bo mado "pnrtnkers of tho dlvlno na
turo." II Peter i, 4.
God Highly Exalted Him.
On tho contrary, tho very'samo Apos
tip who tells us of our Lotd's humilia
tion carried tho nutter to thu climax,
telling us of His faithfulness, as the
Man Christ Jesus, unto death, even
thd death of the cross; and then ho
adds an assurance of the heavenly
Father's faithfulness In not leaving
Ills Son on u Iqwer plane: "Where
fore." says the Apostle, "God ulso high
ly exalted Him, aud hath given Hlra a
namo above evory nume." This, too,
Is In harmony with our Lord's words
in His prayer to tho Father. A Joy
had been set boforo Him by tho Fa
ther n Joy of pleasing the Father, of
bringing n blessing to mankind, nnd
'.ho Joy nlso of exaltation, as u special
,rpward for obedlcncq.
But tho Redeemer, Ignoring nil tho
promises of a higher glory as a reward
for His faithfulness, merely prayed to
tjio Father Jn thoso words, "Father,
glorify Thou Mo with tho glory which
I had with Thco before tho world
was." In humility ?Io asked no ro
ward. Ho did not pray, Remember
thnt you promised a still greater exul
tation In gjqryl No, lip would bo quite
(.intent to havo served tho Father's
purposo nnd plnus nnd then to return
to tho gjqrlous stnto In which Ho was
boforo no left thp glory, and for our
snkes becamo poor mm took upon nun
self tho human nature. Aud wlmtHi)Id
tho hcnrouly Father lu response to Unit
.ppaycr? Oil vo roniembqr tho words
'.. T.'l....l. ...MA .If l... l,...IA...l
III UUIIUY1III UIU, I IlilVU KIUIIIILII
Thee, and I will glorify Thee ngaln."
or further tho implication is that of a
still higher glory than the one which
no tnJoj'od boforo Ho wus mado flesh.
Ho Appeared and Disappeared.
Two lines of dlfllcullle.3. present them.
selves, ono of which can beVanwcred
and tho other cannot. Tho uannswer
qtlp fltfllculty Is wlieio n m,tufu-mlid
cd man undertakes to reason tho sub
ject out. Ho Iliula It impossible of
comprehension ns ho finds otbr items
of Dlvlno revelation, St. Paul explains
this, Bqylng, "Tho natural man rec,ely
eth not tho. things of tlio Spirit of God,
neither tun he know thorn, bocn.ijqo
bey aro spiritually tllBqerued." T'ho
THE MARION PAttY MTOOR, MQffPA-Y,,
nro wjrtirai men. except mivJi nn havo
been begotten by tho Holy Kpirlt. AH
mitiifnl inon will, in IJielr resurrection,
receiVo lenrlfily, or hitmhn bodlH, while
nil iffmllunl outs. New Creatures In
.Christ, will receive nprlt bodlet, ns St.
l'nul csplrtlns In pur context, verses
Those of my hearers, therefore, who
have never accepted Christ, nnd made
n full conseervtlon of Ihrlr nil to bo His
disciples, following In His footsteps,
mny know thnt they hrtvo not been bo-
gotten of tho poly Spirit (oeiMjUBo oniy
pou these terms nro any begotten of
tho Spirit). tThcse, therefore, 1 will
nsk to donsldcr what I say, nnd hold It,
If they plense, tentatively, until hucIi
time ns, Iti GOd'ri providence, they mny
bo lie'gotten of tho Holy Spirit, nnd
thu.' bo enabled to understand spiritual
matters such ng this.
Another olaSa who havo difficulty on
tills subject nre tho splrlt-begotten ones
WtlO lllivo ueuii 'iiiniigica in uicir run
KQnlng by the declaration of tho creeds
respecting tho resurrection of the body.
It Is dilUcult to uulenrn error. When
visiting various lands nnd learning of
tho hold 'if superstition upon tho hea
thens. I !aid to myself, I bcllove that
wo Chrl' tlaus oxperlcnco Just as much
cilfllculty in unlearning our errors us
these heathens do lu getting free from
The Uncon:ocratod Cannot Understand
Coming to tho point of what is to bo'
resurrected, wo noto tho fact that our
Lord appeared in n body of flesh, nnd
showed tho disciples the print of tho
nails and the hole -made by tho spear.
But wo, perhaps, failed to noto that
only twlco did Ho thus uppenr, hud but
for n few moments each time. His
other six or seven nppenrances during
thnt forty days wero also very brief,
nnd In various bodies onco ns a gar
dener, another tlmo ns n traveler Ills
third tlmo ns n Btrnnger on tho shore,
nnd to Snul of Tarsus, as n spirit be
ing, of moro than angelic brightness,
"shining nbovo tho brightness of tho
HUh at noduday." Wo overlooked the
fact that theso appearances, If nil put
together, would probably not havo ex
ceeded four hours out of tho eutlro for
ty days In which our Lord tarried with
nis disciples after Ills resurrection
nnd boforo Ills ascension. Wo wero
not critical students when wo over
looked thoso things, nnd forgot to
usk ourselves why theso things wero
Now wo see moro distinctly why our
Lord did ns He did. His disciples wero
natural men nnd therefore could not
appreclato Bplrltunl thlng3. Further'
more, they could not receive the guld
llig of tho Holy Spirit until tho Lord's
ascension nnd npponranco lu tho pres
ence of tho Father on behalf of IIIu
Church, to mako satisfaction for their
Bins, nnd to jnnko them ncceptnblo
Jolnt-sncrlflccrs with Him. Meantime,
had Jesus not tarried thoso forty daya
had Ho ascended immediately after
His rcsurrcction-tho dlsciplc3, stunned
nnd bewildered, would havo had no
(insurance of His resurrection. They
would havo found It impossible to go
out and tell the pcoplo that He had
risen from tho dead when they Jmd no
proof to this effect.
And even if Jesus hnd appeared to
them oh Ho did to Saul of Tarsus,
nbovo tho bright shining of tho sun,
this would not havo been convincing
nnd satisfactory. They might havo
suld, Hero Is u phenomenon, but how
can wo positively assoclato it with the
llfo nnd death of Jesus? Matters were
different with Saul of Tarsus. Ho
needed something to thoroughly nrouSo
him und to teach him for nil .time,
nnd others through him, thut tho Lord
la not n Mnn, but "thut Spirit." Be
sides, some of tho disciples who nl
ready believed wero nblo to glvo Saul
of Tarsus assurances of what they
know respecting tho resurrection of
Jesus and Ills ascension.
No Foollah Suggestions In Bible About
Tho Lord adopted tho only reason
nblo way of helping His disciples to
'understand that Ho was no longer
dead that Ho had risen from, tho dead
aud that no was no longer human,
but bud been glorified, and had becomo
a spirit being. Tho two things wero
necessary and they wero done nt tho
Even on tho occasions when our Lord
appeared In n body like to tho ono cru
cified, Ho took care that tho manifes
tation should bo under such conditions
ns would positively provo thnt Ho hud
becomo a spirit being. Ho camo Into
tho room whero they wero whllo tho
door wn8 shut, nnd nfter n fow words
with them Ho vanished from their
light, ns no human being could have
i'oiio nnd ns Ho never did during His
mrthly career. That tho Apostles
taught tlio thought is well ovldouced
iy St Paul's argument on the sub
ject iu our text. Thero Is no foolish
Bliggrstlon lu thq Blblo about Jesus
having ii fleshly body in heaven that
Is till In our creeds and hymn books,
prepared for us by our well-meaning
but mistaken forefathers, who ucd to
burn ono another at tho stnko if they
failed to promptly ngrco together on
Wo moqrn tlio dead, but they shall wako;
Tho lost, but they shall bo restorodl
Ol vel our liqnmii heartn might break
Without that sacred word!
Dim cyoH, look up! end hearts, rcjolcet
Seeing Ood'H bow of piomlco through,
At sound of that prophetic voice;
"I will muka all thine" new "
Also Vlth Gloves.
Assistant Editor Hero's n farmer
writes to us asking hqw to treat; sick
Editor-Toll htm ho'd bftteir treat
Ihom -yvlth respect.-Boston Transcript.
tyot Too Much.
In Austria, It Is stated, many nctoru
receive salaries of Icsn than $5 n week.
This wD not seem exorbitant whoa it
is furthor loled thut theso ore, real
iictora.r-Cloyeland Plulu Dealer.
The Dig Show,
Post Thinks he's the wholo thing,
Parker-Well, I'll imruiy go aq rur aa
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106 1-2 S. Main St.
SOME CHEAP HOUSES.
,-i rooms West Center $1 ISO
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7 rooms FIch Ave SliHMl
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rooms Gliltul A0. St 100
l rooms Mtiiliul St SI 050
ft rooms IJiKNiplier Si MOO
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APRIL 15, 1912, w'
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AGE Wo move, crate, store and
do transfer work at any time.
Phono 1S05, S. Knoch, 822 Rel
mont. J. WILBUR JACOBS nas movod Into
pew law oflees on east Center St.,
ovtt Nolaon't Jewelry store. He will
continue to pratllua Til nil courts
and will glvo special attention to
tho settlement of estates. Office
phone 9. rnsldenco 839 B.2-tf
See the Clark Co. for Farms
and City Homes.
A varloty to suit tho common peo
plo as woll as the most fashionable.
Do not only glvo your oar to our plea,
wo want your presonco so wo can In
struct you moro fully. Some choice
homc3 In Marlon to sell. Homes in
Dolawaro and Columbus, nlso farms
In Marlon and overy county round
ing It as woll as many other Ohio
counties. Wo can sell you land In
Michigan. Unimproved farms, $5 por
aero up to $20. Improved farms $30
up to $75, small payment down, bal
ance long tlmo at B por cent, Klrsi
excursion, Tuosday, April 1C. Wo can
soil you land In foxns in tho Pan
hnndlo or Gulf Coasts or East Toxas.
Land In Arkansas that will, prqilijcn
nny kind of crops. Wo can treat you
woll lu Kansas land, aomo very ohuap
You that cannot ront land In Ohio,
como with us nnd wo will tnlcq what
you pay ront for ono yoar down and
wait on balance uiitlltybu can lin
provo land so us to mako It pay for
Itself. Why rent when you nan own
your own liomo. Booing Ih bullOVlug,
Como and se. Wo can trade some.
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Trv us. AVo court investigation. Ua
monnber our pliee, OtTIco 111 Court
St, Marion, Phone 877.
An Advertisement tor itne
Benefit of all the Citi
zens of Blarion.
500 People in Marion Want
Information as to How to
Improve the Outside of
The lots nvft A'rom 33 lo 50
foot wide and from 100 to
150 feel deep. They want to
know how host to improve
Ihom at the least cost. They
want lo know how much oC
to remove, and how
place it with good soi
also want to know whore lo
and whore they can get the
rich earth and tho
how io mix it, how to pre
pare the ground for Iho
planting, and when to plant,
what to plant, where to
plant and how to plant.
They also want to know if
there is anyone who will
come to their homes and
of the various things above,
and toll thorn
What it will cost
to furnish the material, and
also what the contractor will
do the whole thing for com
plete. They also want' tjie
mlormation as to how they
ill COiniOciion Willi HoVCV? flubJuct t0 tho decision of tho.De.mo
III L.U111H ( LUM 1U1 I IUWI If-, lrnUo voler8 at thfj Iir,mnr,e)! May 21.
shrubbery, etc., and how to
utilize the fences by
what tho netting costs, what
size netting to use, how to
fasten it to fences and walls,
and how to put a
on top of the fence so ns to
grow the most vegetables in
the smallest space.
Please answer this by an
advertisement in the news
papers, giving particulars
.".long these lines.
Spring is here
and wo would like these an
swers at the earliest possible
time. We appeal to all peo
ple avIio have any knowledge,
on the above subjects or
have anything to sell, such
as people who havo compost
and shrubbery, to give full
particulars in the PaPOl'S,
state how much a cubic yard
is worth, and any other in
formation that they can fur
nish. uncicMr4ia G.whath-SHR
LOST A diamond ibrooch Thursday
afternoon between Probst plumbing
hop east Conter treet and Knlor's
confectionery wost Center. Roturn
to 209 1-2 Eatt Center, recolvo re
Pemalo Help Wanted.
CANVASSERS Tho best houso to
Jiou.io proposition on tho mnrkot.
Quick sties; 'big profits. Address
Lock Uox 389, Cleveland, O.
Male Help Wanted.
CANVASSERS Tho boat houso to
house proposition on tho market.
Quick sales; ihlg profits. Address
Lock Box 359, Cleveland, O.
Editor Ot Tho Mirror:
Plcaso announeo thnt I am a
candldato for tho nomination to tho
fTIco ot Roproaontntlvo on the
Democratic tlckot to bo voted for at
tho coming primary, Muy 21nt, 1912.
I. S. GUT11ERY.
Editor Mirror lPloas announeo
to tho Democratic voters of Marlon
county that I am a candldato for tho
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- ' nomination tor iinproBouiauvo, bum
Jeot to their decision at thu primary
I to be held May 21, and respectfully
..ii.1 ,'. an
"o""1 t,,wr nm- 1TMLWi'
11 J'J. IVilUUUi
For Probate tfutfge.
Editor aflrror: Plenso announeo to
tho voters of Marion" county tha-t I nni
a candidate for a second term ns pro
bdto Judge, ami will appro-clato their
support, W. S. SpKNClSm.
Editor Mirror: Please nnnoUn tj
tlio Democratic, votorri of Marlon county
that I tim a candidate for prosecuting;
attorney at tho Domocratlo primaries)
to bo hold May 21, 1012. If eloetd(
this will be tho only public office I
havo over 'ne1d. I earnestly appeal to
each and every Dqmocrat, to help n
in till effort to 'mol(e good "
HOMER E. JOHNSON.
Editor Mirror: Plcaso announca
that I am a candidate for tho nomi
nation of prosecuting attorney sub
ject to tho will of tho Democrattd
voters of Marlon county nt tho ipri-
nmry olectluit May 21, and thul 1 will
appreclato any assistance civen to mo
during this campaign.
CHARLES IL CONLET.
Fur Clerk of Courts.
Mr. Editor: Plcaso announce thnt
I arn a nndldate for nomination for
clerk of courts, subject to tho decision
of tho Democratic voters ot Marion
county, at the coming primary elec
tion. FRANK X.. 8PJCER.
For Clerk of Courts.
Editor Mirror: Plcaso announca
that I am a candidate for tho Demo
cratic nomination for clerk of courts
ut tho primaries May 21, 1912.
LEWIS W. TRON.
For County Commissioner.
Editor Mirror: 1'leaso announce
that I am a candidate for tho nomi
nation for county commissioner sub
ject to tho will of the Democratic
voters at thee coming primary.
For Connty Comml.sloncr
Editor Mirror: Plcaso announca
that I am a candidate tor the nomi
nation for county commissioner sub
ject to tho will ot the Domocratlo
voters ot tho coming primary.
JAMES D. CHARD.
For Comity commissioner.
Editor Mirror: Plcaso announce In
your paper that I am a. candldato tor
tho Democratic nomination for county
commissioner, subject to tho Domo
cratlo primaries to be held May 21.
J J. LOYER.
For County Commissioner.
Editor Mirror: Plcaso announce to
the Domocratlo votora ot tho county
that I nm a candldato for tho nomi
nation for county commissioner, sub
ject to tho will of tho Domocraitlo
voters nt tho primaries to be held May
For County Commissioner.
Editor Mirror Plcaso announeo
that I nm a candldato for nomination
for county commissioner, second term,
J. 1C. LEEPER.
Tor County Commissioner.
Editor Mirror: Plenso announca
that I nm a candidate for county Com
mfsslonur subject to tho decision ot
tho Domocratlo voters at thd primaries,
May 21. J. It. ItAVB.
For County CoinniX.lon('r.
Editor (Mirror. 'Plcaso announce In
your pa'por that I am a candidate for
lhi nomination for county connmlsslon
.! on th Republican ticket, subject to
the iliclIoii of tho Republican voters
nt tho primary, 'May 21.
J. C MESSENGER.
For County Auditor,
Editor Mirror: Please announce to
tho Domocratlo voters of Marlon coun
ty that I am a candldato for County
Auditor at the primaries to be held
Ma7 21. 1912.
JOHN K. PETERS
Editor Mirror: Please announce
that I am a candidate for county re
corder, subject to tho will of tho Dem
ocratic Toters ot Marlon county at
tho omlng primary election.
Mirror: Please announca
to the Democrat! voters of Marion
county mai i am a canuiuaie zor m
nomination for county recorder at
tho primaries, May 21,
WILLIAM J. BEITER.
Editor Mirror: Please announc
that I am a candidate for the nomina
tion for county recorder, subject to
the will of tho Democrats voter at
tho coming primary.
JOHN J. BTAIilFORD.
Editor Mirror: Plcaso announce
that I am a candidate for tho Demo
cratic nomination for county recorder
at the primaries, May 21.
E. II. HUG GINS.
EDITOR MIRROR Ploaao an
nounce In your .paper that I am a
candidate for the nomination for
sheriff, subject to the will of the
Domocratlo voters at the coming pri
mary. QEORGE OR1ANS.
I deslro to announeo and solicit sup
port of all Democratic voters ot Ma
rlon county that I nm a candldato for
tho nomination of sheriff subject to
tho primaries to be hold May 21st.
W. IT. Rolnhart of Erio county Is
nnnouncod ns n candidate (progres
sive) for dologato to tho Domocratlo
natlounl convention subject to tho de
cision of tho Democratic primary elec
tion Tuosday, May 21, 1912
An attachment for n telephone re
ceiver by which another person can
hoar what U holng said over a wire
n, Btenogruphor for Instance, who la
to tuko both sMoh of a conversation
has been Invented.
Roth tho rose nnd the chrynanthe
mum originated in China, recent In-
vestlgutlon baa ullucloeed.