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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 5 April 1901

2 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Kntcrtnl nt tin Pnstolllee in MnmliitH, Mo., nit Mvoml-clnts matter. THKMS: IM'.U YKAll IN ADVANCE. J. H. HUNTER, Editor. MAKSItAM., MlSSOUKt, AI'RII. 5. I90!. J. H. HUNTER, Lawyer, d'oriiKTly (tri'iir ,V IIiiiiIit.i Mill mt Hunk nf inline MARSHALL, MISSOURI. DAUGHTERS OF THE CONFEDERACY. We acknowledge receipt of n copy of n new monthly hearing the above title nnd published tit Jackson, Tennessee, the "editor" of which is Mrs. J. T. McCtttcheon. The magazine, which is devoted to the interests of the "Unit ed Daughter of the Confederacy." is filled with bright nnd interesting sketches, nnd of a high order of excellence. The editor is an old time and devoted friend of our "better half," is possessed of superior qualities of head nnd heart, nnd besides being ti wontnn of unexcelled attractiveness, is true to every virtue in life, and to none more firm ly than loyalty to friends and appreciation of favors shown. She is favotnbly equipped for ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 5 April 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 3 GEN. FUNSTON'S EXPLOIT. Many Earlier Attempts to Capture Military Leaders-' New Vurk Hun. Gcticrnl I; tin ton's achievement! itt capturing Agtiinoldo rc-.-alls earlier attempts made by officers of others armies to make prisoners of the tenders of hostile forces. The first attempt at seizing n general was never carried out; il involved too many persons, and the plotters engaged in it worked from the inside, not from without, as Punston did, and their plans were overheard, This was the attempt of June, 1777, to seize Washington in New York; the plan was changed later to an attempt to poison him. The plans of the conspirators were overheard by a woman, who disclosed them to the American authorities, and as n re suit the parties implicrten were captured and punished, one of them, Private Thomas Mickey, of Washington's lody-giiard, being hnnged. After Arnold's treason and his flight to the British, the Americans made an attempt to seize him. This undertaking was li...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 5 April 1901

4 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. John a Fray's Sudden Death. John A. Fray, one of Saline's oldest and most influential citizens, dropped dead white attending the school election at Blnckwater on Tuesday morning, April and, 1901 at the age of 68 years. He had heeu in failing health for months with serious heart affection, hut was seemingly as well as usual when he left home, although it had been known for years that he bad some affection of the heart making it very difficult for him to endure the heat of summer. No man in Saline and adjoining counties was better known or had more friends than John Fray, being of a genial nature, generous to the faults of others, he made friends wherever he went. He was one of the most public spititcd men, was the found er of the town of Hlackwaler and was greatly beloved by nil who . 1 knew him. I lew .is horn in Randolph county, Mo , Aug. 14, i.S.2 aifd was mar ried Jan. f, 1S53 to Miss Martha K. Herndoii, who survives him. He lived some time in Cooper and ll...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 5 April 1901

MAKSI1LAL REPUBLICAN. The Jake Smith House Burned. Tlie old Jacob Smith home on Highland, which ornamented that part of Marshall for many years, is now among the thing- that were, having been destroyed by fire Friday morning, March 2tst. The fire stnited in the rear part of the build ing, between the kitchen and din ing room, and was discovered by Mr. Shears, the present owner, about t2:,v. At the same time Mis. Davidsoii, a daughter in-law ni Mr. Shear, who occupied the tipper floor, was aroused from her sleep by the smoke, which almost suffocated her. Mr. Shears, asr-oon as he arose, opened the door of his room lead ing to the dining room and found it enveloped in flames and the roof ready to fall in. The fire company was called out. and, although it re sKuded promptly, the house was too far gone to save. Mis. David son succeeded in saving a few pieces ot wearing apparel and some bed clothes by pitching them from the upper window. Some of the fur niture in the trout rooms was save...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 5 April 1901

6 MAKSHALL KliPUhLlCAN THE PRIDE OF MARSHALL. Her Mammoth Busineu Houtet The New York Store m Seen by a "Republican" Reporter. The New York Store, which has ever proven such a comfort nnd pleasure to the people of Marshall and Saline county, nnd a ureal credit as welt, has come out in a new spring gown, having been hand somely papered, painted and re paired throughout and a number of changes made in the building that wilt greatly add to the convenience and apearance of this great store. The past furnishes no parallel to this the first dry goods opening of the twentieth century at this im mense establishment, where nil past successes nre overshadowed by the lavish and charming display of beautiful spring goods, each depart- handsome line of mercerized cotton j is draped at the window in panel foulards in beautiful designs and effect, and has never leen shown daintiest colorings, which so closely here before. Many handsome heavy resemble the real silks that it is I draperies were seen...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 5 April 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 7 ENTHUSIASTIC CONVENTION In the Interest of a New Jail for Saline County. The citizens of Marshall and Sa line county met in convention on Monday morning, April tst. at the court house in this city, to dis cuss the need of a new jail. Judge Rich, of Cambridge, was made chairman, and George W. Jackson, of Miami, secretary. The committee on credentials was composed of the following gentle men; J. P. Force, W. T. Swinncy, W. W. Vaughn, John Yeagle, C. W. Nichols, It. Burg.ss and S. I). Cochran. The committee on order of busi ness: K A. Tu-scy, Dr. T. II. B. Ish, Win. N'yc, J M. Spahr, John Hlackbiiru, J. A. I.arkiu and Dr. George Smith. The committee on resolutions was comH)ed of the following gen tlemen: K. George, Judge Rich. II. J. Orear. Alex. Long. George W. I.aukford, R. S. Givens and G. W. Davis. Afler the committees were ap pointed, a motion was made to ad journ uiiti i :,v p. m. When the convention was again called to order the comiiiinitte on organizatio...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 5 April 1901

MAKM1ALL : REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN BRIEF. Tliiuiiiin Ktucutd of St. Loul. hjkmU Sunday In Marshall. A. F. Hector ha returned from a business trip to St. Louis. I'. II lieu loft Wednesday lor a bun lues. trip to ColToovlllo, Kus. ti. W. Stanley of Liberty wn the guot of Marshall friend Sunday. Mis Mattle Hen returned Sunilny nfirlit from n hnrt visit to Kunu city Mosduinos T. I. Mi tn ami II. T. Holder wore guet of Slater friend Sunday. tieorgol'. Whitehead of Itoonvllle -pent Sunday with friend- at M. V. College. A; I!. Lnoml returned Saturday from a vlll to his old home hi Mont coiuery City. M. V. Hall and Dr. T. I. Hall of il.i' eoiinty were dlnucrgue-ts nl Hotel Hurt on Monday. Mls Daisy Morton left thin week for an extended v I - It to relative- In Colorado Springs. I.. I'. Vlley left Friday. Mutch 2nth, for Kentucky on a bu-lucs irlp, and will return this week. Mrs. (i. 1. Martin and Ml Jclo Martin of Arrow Hook were gue-t of friend hi Marshall Su'.urduy. Mr. Com. I'. Stnrts, the ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 5 April 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 9 LOCAL IN BRIEF II. It Pentck, of 8 later, attended to liunlfifHN In Marshall thin week. Iliirtiin Dawes of Sinter, was the guest of Marshall friend this week. I. S. M. HulT uml wife scnt several dujswllh friends ul Klk Hill this week. Mrs. Nellc Martin of Arrow Hock, wan lht jiiclof Mat-shall frlenilH re cently. Miss Palsy Hmnrl of Tipton, is the guest of Miss Mary Holluml In Went Marshall. Al Vawter, Jr.. has gone to work at Hnc ft Huekner's utter a vacation of severill weeks. Mcsdamcs Hcrthu anil Kute Koll, of Malm Itcnd, were In Marshall shop pint; Miitulay. Joe Mltehell, formerly of thin elty, has oHneil iii a tailor shop In Kxcul slur Springs. Mlses Minnm anil l.oule Nchccr of Falrvlllc, went shopping In Mar sliull recently. Cliatliuin Kwlug of May view, Is the guest tills week of J. I). Prlgmorc, ul the Imine of Dr. Illaek. Dr. C. II. Slmcoe has renteil tin1 litickucr proierty on Kast North street uml Is moving tills week. l-'or Hent-UIII's Hook Store wi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 5 April 1901

10 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. BVNorsi3 or sermon At runeral of Xrs J. W. Hyl.mu by Rv. B. Marge mu. "Anil Aliriiliiini liurliil Hnrnli. Iil wlf". In t It i'f 111'1 'lil nf Miii'liflitir fir. urn. si: H'-v. Atiriilimii wn I" ii triinui' liiml hikI In ilii'ii tlllri mcr tin' ilinlli nf Sitrnli. hli wife, llfliililfil I" tin' "i" 1 1 ! l i ll lilin n imrt't'l tf niiiiil fur n liiiryliitt Int. n Inn. "Tluil I limy I'lir.vin.vil'ii'l "ill ti( iny-lulit." I" UWf minni' i- w iin'oni mnt'ly In iifl 'f ii I'l'if' llml ' m,y l',,r' iiiirilt'nil "Hi nf ttiir lulu. Till I-ii tiiti.l of rtiilliy mill ilt iilli. Mini llnTi'diri' nf uriiviinl nml Intnli-limi-. itur lined oii' iiri' 'iinimiil illint.mnl Inixlim ii I" '''P "''r ,,"',r di'piirtiii". IIm' lUInu know llml il' lnill ill"." mill Hint llii'lr Inw-d ""' limy ill" iH'fur" llmni, iiii two rii '! It - I Irnin llil" wur'lil ll"Tl" lliiin hy ili'iilli. V.niH'H nml 1 : 1 1 j 1 1 1 , nrrr -n tiiMinil.il"! fur Hielrnwii -iik.-.lml llml Hi"W"H"l niluhl n...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 5 April 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. II Doi gjtrty aud the 'Trenu" Habit- New Vork Sun: "llcfinc starting fiir III- Clay county home," tin Hon. .lolm Doughtcrty, M. C, of Missouri groaned loiully anil pltcotisly. "Kvery Iovim' of n democratic form of govern uii'l," xulil the Cluy county Colossus, "cannot lint view with forebodings and iipprc'tcnslon thn tiend of American politic." Tin- "trend" linlilt anil the foreboding habit un- common among Democratic congressmen, lint there nri" ninny excellent sprinir medicine. Tin Hon. .IiiIiii Dougherty' Hist visit after hi ret u rn to t'lny county hIioiiIiI In1 to it drug store. Oaks TwrutvGvd Years Old- When Wlllliini Tulbol nml Ml- l.jdlli StootliolT. Imtli of Greenwich, Connecticut, were married twenty-live year- iil'o. Inteud of cutting their wcddlm: c.tkc nml di-trlhutlllg pieces to their frlci.d-. they had u large ves sel lii-ide, In which 1'iey pluceil the hilt,')' fin It cuke, mid then soldered on u cover. Ah.iiit llfly of their relatives (uthered l...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 5 April 1901

12 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. An Old Mat) to a Young Man. What would I do If I were In your place nml bvtflnnltijr life over ntfnln? Well, I wouldn't ilo u lot of tiling 1 have iloni'. It wasn't worth while. Wlmt waethe tty U thcUiMloti that hrl-t'r- up on every year that I hnvc livnl. It KiMituN Imil to uk. Will ll piiyV" hut It hin t! an oM iniiii awfully to think how much ilhlu't pay. 111 ti'll you what I would ilo-IM ll-icti more to what Mary liml to uy. Vnunjr man. If ever yon i t married, keep your earcln-ctoyour wife' Hp. It will not mtiii an nice u-kW-lnn her. hut It will Ik a inlchty ultfht lictter for you. And when -he dnc-n't -uy any thing, hut look- fcrlou-, thi'ti lUtfii harder than ever. Von can ilown her iiitruiurnt-. hut you can't talk the look- out of her eye-. Hemline your ulfcV fiici1 I- lielter than rcmllni: editorial- In tin' ncw-pnici. Yon will -leep -minder at nluht and lie on liet-ti'i- term- with ynur-elf In theiluy time. Sweet Sirlnjr Herald. R;l Eitate Trftnifer...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 5 April 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 13 U. 8. DEPAR rMENTOr AGRICULTURE Olimate and Crop Bulletin of the Weather Uureatii Miwourl Section, fur ths Moutb of March, 1001. Coluiulilo. Mo.. April 1, IIKil. Thi'tniiiitli of Mnre'i, Just closed, Iiiih been the most disagreeable inontli of tlu winter. Thu miuhii teiiiH'ratiire differed 1 mt little from the tiormnl, lint tin; weather wiim very changeable with frequent high wIikIn, nml Icnn ilinn tin ii-onil uiiiiMint of NiniHhlnc. Tin- pre cipitation exceeded the normal ninounl over thu greater purt of the xtntu, and quite heavy snows full In some of the northern counties. Thu snow were hcucllcliil to the wheat erop, however, mid there In now Millluitnt molstcr for ptc-clit needs In till sections o.' the Ntiltc. In u number of the tiiiil!ii'utern nml ii few of the cnM-ccntrul nml ninth wctern counties out -owing In ncurly HiiInIiciI, early potatoes luivc been ilunteil mid considerable ground plow eil foreorn. hut ihrotighouithcrcmnlii tier of theotiitu the...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 5 April 1901

14 MAKSIIALL REPUBLICAN. LOCAL IN BRIEF Mutt Camplicll, of this city, Is very 111 with heart trouble. Mrs. .1. K. Staples, of Nelson, sicnt Monthly uml Tue-day In this city. Cabinets, 41.00 per dozen, at Now Studio, over Marshall Hook Store. (It It. Itichardson, o I toon v Me, was the guest Tiit-Mliiy night of I.. W. Scott ami family. Kiniiictt Merry, of this city, will leave thl- week fur Oklahoma to look out u location. Mr. ami Mrs. Fa-ley, living on Wc-t Arrow street, arc both iiltc sick with Fr.Vslpcllls. t'omc to the New Stmllo for Faster Photo- at 41. Oil per dozen, over Mar shall liook Store. It Mln- Lulu Maekey returned Tucs day afternoon from an extended visit to relative at Clurksvlllc liuurantccd Cabinet Photo- at 41.00 per dozen at the New Stmllo, over the Mar-hall Hook Store. It Karl llcrekcnrath. of Fulton, will arrive Frlilnj for a visit to hi uncle, T. W. Hunter, and family. Ml lllliilM'tli Le-uciir. the guest of Mr. W. C. (lower, returned Wednes day to her home In K...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 5 April 1901

MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. 15 BD0KET8H0P MEN FOROED TO riOUT Hew Federal Law, L'efigneJ to Entrap Them. Goe Into EfT-ct Next Week- Kniioiio City World. Anxiety In fell In locitl HppiMilatlvu eh elf' UK In tlx ponnlbloilovelopments mi April I, (he duteon which thn new fcilcrill lllW lllTcCtlllir llUt'lftHllllH KIH'H Into fciitv. The law linpon" tux of 'J ecnt on each tllNI III Valuation IH'-rc-ciitedbvbuekct-liop trade In (.'ruin, provl-lon mill cotton, und I cent on tin1 xiiiiic valuation In Mock. The tux un tin llr.t time lit tide named In double tliut which Iiiih been lmpnetl for tlm liihl three yeiir mi bucket-hop mill liounl of I nidc peeulntlve hul lit', while tin tux Oil Mock lt un-I'limiui-il. Hut then I no Increu-c In the miioiinl of levetitie to lit.1 eolleeted from liounl of truth operator. Con Kit' wn Induced to tlm ill-crlinln-ute liy ii loldiy xeiit to Wnhltij-lon by the Chlcuu'o lioiiril of tl'iule, the object belnu lo criirdithe bin kel-hop. VITAL l-TATI'ltl. OK Til K LAW. ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 5 April 1901

16 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. To Keep Boys on The Farm. To stein the tide of emigration of farmer boys to the cities will here after le one of the duties of tc Illinois district school teacher. At the meeting of county school super intendents at Springfield the state ment was made that the attendance tift fnnntri untmnttf ttnu fflllltlfr nff so fast as almost to threaten their extinction. This assertion was con-' firmed in a measure by the last 1 census report, which indicates clearly that the rural population of Illinois is drifting gradually to the cities and larger towns, leaving the farms with a smaller population each year. A plan to check this emigration has been a problem engaging the attention of country educators for years, and they think a Mlntinn has been reached finally in the bill permitting the consolidation ol poor districts and the new course ot ag riculture just introduced into the rural schools of the state. Assuming thnt the country boy grows up ignorant of the real bea...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 12 April 1901

MARSHALL-'REPUBLICAN. VOL. X. MARSHALL, SALINE COUNTY. MISSOURI. APRIL 12. 1901. NO. 9. OUR FACTORY SUGGESTIONS APPROVED RY BUSINESS MEN. K. B. Ruff: The question as to the fcasi liiiity of manufactures at Marshall, must de pend upon the desires of its inhabitants. Without the henrty co-operution of theeitizetis, factories and other institutions of industry cannot le established here. If the eop1e of Marshall are satisfied to have a town composed almost entirely of citizens drawn hither by the allurements of good schools, wholesome surroundings and a quiet inex pensive place to live, then there can be no question that factoiies are not desired. Hut if on the other siik- 'a lively, energetic and pro ductive addition to our community is to le de sired then we should have institutions of in dustry, among which are those of manufacture. It is questionable, judging from the devel opment of other cities whether tin industrial growth is the !est beginning of a city, but in Marshall " lure ...

Publication Title: Marshall Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 12 April 1901

2 MAKM1ALL v. KLPUbLlCAN. MARSHALL REPUBIJCAIV. I'.ntcrt'il nt tlie ltitttlloc In Mnrxlinll, Mo., nit Mvoml-clas mutter. TKKMS: I'Ktt YKAU IN ADVANOK. " J. H. HUNTER, Editor. MAKSHAU., MISSOURI, Al'KII. 12. I9". J. H. HUNTER, Lawyer, j iriTiiuTly tinitr .V lliinlrt.) i nilli mt Hunk nf HiiIIik- MARSHALL, MISSOURI. A CORRECTION. Last week's issue stated that Fred Link would move to Colorado. The name should have leen Fink. We arc pleased to announce that Fred Link will continue in Marshall, has no thought of leaving, and will sell groceries as cheap as the cheapest, as heretofore. MORE REPUBLICAN JUGGLERY. When William McKinley took the reins of government a little over four years ago, the railroads which span the continent, and are familiarly known as the Pacific lines, were in debted to the government about 5130,000,000, all past due. ana all junior to mortgages held by individuals. Little hope was entertained of realizing anything. The congress under Mr. Cleveland had initiated ne...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 12 April 1901

MARSHALL KLl'UbLlCAN. 6 KANSAS THE TENTH MUSE. William Allen White Tell of (he Stale That Advertises. WHIinm Allen While, of "what's the mai ler with Kansas" fume, creator o( Boyville and keen ntuily st of character, contributes a .sprightly article to the Kaster number of the St. Louis Mirror on "Kansas the Tenth Muse." The Mirror, hy the way, was full of spirkling things, hut this article e(tinlle(l any in universal interest and its point issharieucd hy the loud acclaim which has arisen since its writing hy Funston's spectacular coup in the Philippines. The article is as (oltow: There is a foolish Knglish question or con uuilruin, which runs: "Why is a mouse when it spins?" There in no answer to it. It is on lv a silly coiuhinalion of words, and in this same spirit and by the same token one might ask "Why is Carrie Nation when she smashes?" Why is she? Heaven knows. Why does all the world stop its business and stuml agape while this fat. little, old woman, who, until ten weeks ago...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 12 April 1901

4 MARSHALL REPUBLICAN. Easter Sunday at the Churches. Sunday was the fairest and bright est Kaster that vc have seen in many years and the day was ob served with appropriate services at the different cLurchcs, as follows: KI'ISCOI'Al. CHURCH. At the earliest celebration of the Holy Communion at 7.30 a hand somely embroidered set of altar draperies and altar linens, given by the Voting Ladies' Guild, were con secrated for the use of the church. The little church never looked more beautiful than upon this Kaster morning, with its pure white dra peries, on which sprigs of ferns were artistically arranged. The organ was covered in white, with a handsome display of Kaster lilies and carnations. The west side of the altar was banked with palms, a variety being used. The Kastvr services began at 10:30, when the following program was given. Hymn 1 16, Roper. Morning prayer, including "Christ our Passover," Te Deum, Jubilate and Glorias. Hymn 111, Kimbault. At 1 1, choral celebration of Holy...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Marshall republican. — 12 April 1901

MARSHALL KLl'UbLlCAN. 5 Mrs. Mary T. Shirley. Mrs. Mnry T. Shirley, wife of the Intc William Shirley, died on Wednesday at 3:30 p. m., at the home of her daughter, Mrs. L, Herryhill, on Vest street, at the age of 79 years and 29 days. She was horn in Salem, N. J., where she remained until after her marriage to William Shirley, mov ing to Illinois soon after, where they remained until 1 868, when they went to Hiawatha, Kas., where the devoted husband died two and a half years ago. After his death the aged widow came to Marshall to seiid her Inst days with her daughter. Deceased had enjoyed fairly good health for one ol her years until she contracted the grip some four wieksago, which brought about a combination of troubles, resulting in her death. This dear old lady of (junker de scent, with her jovial disposition and quiet, patient, manner, will lie greatly missed in the home and by all who knew her. She had spent such a happy married life that her loneliness and grief over the loss...

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