Monday, June 15 1914--



Death comes to One of Princeton's

         Best Women


  Mrs. Mary M. Mauck, widow of Abram Mauck, was stricken with heart disease Sunday about noon at her home in Spring Street, and expired almost immediately.  She was one of Princeton's most beloved women, and her death brings sorrow to countless friends.  The unexpectedness of the summons was a great shock to all.

  The funeral will be held Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the home of her son, Frank Mauck, 209 Spring Street.  Interment will be in the Archer cemetery.

  Mary Miln was born at 28 Queen Street, Golden Square, London, England, on February 9, 1825.  In 1833, she came to America with her parents, who settled near Princeton.  On January 23, 1862, she was married to Abram Mauck.  Three children were born to this marriage, Will, who died in Memphis, Tenn. several years ago, Frank and Arthur, who survive her.

  In 1851, she united with the First Presbyterian church, of which she had been a member since.  The cause of death was heart failure and old age, the deceased being 89 years, four months and five days old.  While the death was sudden and unexpected, she had been for a few weeks previous in failing health and under the care of a nurse and physician, but, had recovered sufficiently to come and go among her neighbors as usual.  She was a good christian woman, and her absence will be deeply felt in the home circle and among all who knew her.