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MarionThe Gazette
February 5, 1902

Mrs. Otis Andrews is still confined to her bed from a relapse of slow fever. She is convalescing.

Mrs. E. Roark is now up after a long and serious spell of fever.

Mr. Lavelle Hopkins, son of B. T. Hopkins is improving. He is now able to sit up some.

Mrs. Jesse Nettles is, we are glad to say, able to be up after a spell of fever some eight weeks.

On account of snow there has been no school here fro three days. The weather is broken today and we expect to resume work tomorrow. School is very good, as we now have on our roll 87 pupils.

Miss Turner, of Antioch, Tenn., opened a school at the Defee Academy, District No. 5, on the 13th inst.


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