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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 17 September 1910

I 1 Stye arkw6 lok COVERS THE BEAR RIVER VALLEY LIKE A BLANKET I Vol. S. No. 32. Published at faorland, Utah. Saturday, Sept. 17, 1lO STATE EDITORS ROYALLY BANQUETTED. i Tromonton Showed the Press Association a Genuine Good Time and Won a Home With Everybody. The Utah Press Association won't soon forget the royal reception tendered the State Editors in Tremonton Tuesday of this week. Elaborate pre parations were made for their coming and the Commercial men of that city spared no means or courtesies in giving them a royal welcome and tend ering to them a genuine "Blow Out." The city was tastefully de corated for the occasion and Tremonton Boosters were on hand everywhere to assist in entertaining the visitors. The special train carrying over 150 editors, their wives and a number of children, ar rived a little late, but was met by the Mayor and Town Board also members of the Commer cial Club and the guests of hon or were escorted to the Times office where they were feasted on the choi...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 17 September 1910

B The Garland Globe BJ .1. A. Wlxom, MltOf it Manager. B GARLAND UTAH I UTAH STATE NEWS W The total enrollment of the Mur- H ray school is s.m; Bj The Lewis) on sugar factory will BJ start Its annual run about Septcm H ber 19. BJ More than a million persons attend- BJ ed Hummer resorts in and about Salt BJ Lake during tho past season. B Scenes from the Ogden canyon H will grace one of the silver goblets P to he presented to the battleship Utah . by Weber county. L The annual Peach dny ceienranon at Ilrlgham City on September 7 was BJ the most successful celebration in the BJ nistory of the town. H Surveys for the $100,000 addition BJ to the waterworks system of Ogden. BJ authorized by the bond election, will BJ be started at once. BJ The district schools of American BJ Fork opened Tuesday with an enroll- BJ ment of over 950 in the grades and BJ 86 In the High school. BJ Glen Howard Hnuden. the 5-year- BJ old son of Thomas Hauden, a Mill BJ Creek farmer, was drowned In an ir- BJ riga...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 17 September 1910

Mlik os the akin soft as velvet. Improves nnj m complexion. Best Hhibuipuu triads. Cures moil ktn miH Inn. Munyou's Hair Invlgorator eures dnnilrrfT. top hair from falling out, makes hair g w If you have PyHpepila, or auy 'lver trouble, use Munyou's TivwI'iiw Pill. They cure 11 1 - iousneHH, Constipation I drive nil Impurities from the blood. MUNYON'S HOMEOPAIHIC HOME REMEDY CO.. Philadelphia. Pa. 17. L. DOUGLAS HV.!S8K8rD SHOES ITEN'H $2.00. $2.60. $3.00. 43.50, $4.00, 6.C0 WOMEN S $2.80, $3,$3.60, 4 --w BOYS' $2 00, $2.J0 &. $3.00 f a . THb' STANDARD Fft V FOR SO YEARS L i?. They are absolutely the Bp-y - "Bj most popular and bestshoea I for the price In America. I $tp is They are the leaders every- JjJ'a. , where because they hold VAjl K I their shape, fit better, ',''t look better and wear Ion- Ajw j fer than other makea. SfSS Z, fl.-i 1 hoy are positively the Rawfci W&W & '' I moat economical shoes for you to buy. W. I. tiouglas name and the retail price are stamped...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 17 September 1910

H The Garland Globe H INDEPENDENT. KB J. A. Wixom, . Editor nd Mngr. SI Telephone No 52 IBt TK11MH UP RrllSCHll'TION: BH One year (In h(Ivhiicc) .... ,1 50 B5 Six months ... ... ?ft MM Thri'i1 nioniliH . ... SO H Advert Uinft rules furiiMird on n HJH plleiitlnn. J Entered aa aecond-clagu matter February 17. BJJ t :'. at the pout office al Oarlaml. Utah, under H the Act of Congm of March X. 1H79. PJJ Subscribers who full to receive their PJJ papers reynhirly, please notify tblsnflirc HJ Saturday, Sept. 17, 1910. k An Editor's Love Letter j "Dear darling delinquent! Our H previous subscriber in arrears! M Vou are so shy? Do you think H we have sold out and gone? H No, little sugar plum, we could H not get away if we wanted to. H We are still at the same old M stand dishing out the advertis- H ers on sweet promises and M expectations. They make an M excellent diet, darling, with a H little pudding flavored with a H word o f encouragement t o H serve as a dessert. We are H waiting and w...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 17 September 1910

Teachers Institute. Thursday aud yesterday the County teachers' institute was held in Brighara preparatory to the opening of schools, Monday, Sept. 19th. Thursday evening the Board of Education enter tained the teachers in the gym nasium of the High School. Following is the program carried out in the two-day ses sion: Thursday 10 a.m. Solo,Mrs. Lottie Cozier; preliminaries, Supt. Hyrum W. Valentine; 5aper, the First Day of School, talph Jensen ; general discus- "" Thursday 2 p. m. Solo, Miss Hortense Evans; paper, Child Study and Some of Its Practical Results, Prof. A. M. Merrill; discussion, led by Miss Rose Jones. Thursday evening, 8 p. m. Reception by the Board of Ed ucation and officers to the teachers and invited guests; dancing party, reading, Miss Lucile Thurman; dancing solo, Waldemar Call. Friday 10 a. m. Solo, Victor E. Madsen; paper, School Games and Athletics, Clifford Madsen; discussion, led by C. 0. Roskelley. I Friday 2 p. m. Duet, Misses Sevena and Daisy Madsen, sep ...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 17 September 1910

B J I j I IN THE PUBLIC EYE I ' ' a . ; BgM 0000000000000 000000000000 00 oooooooooooooooooooooooo I 1 MOISSANT, THE MAN-BIRD HHJ John Mdi'isiint. the young Chlcagoan who star- Hl rf7fflL l'e(' ,no wo,ld by his flight aerons the Dover chan- BaVl Jf' 'Wl, 'u ,u'' w'"1 a l"1RSO,1Ker n his way from Paris to Baf 1-C London, has been a "soldier of fortune" from his B I, 7ITf early youth. MolHsant wa born of Spanish par- HI ' lii ' ' Pn,B nr"' 'K an rf,hltfct Hp suddenly came Into BNJ wMcl V i ' V, prominence when he unexpectedly flew from rQ ; 'I Etampea to the Issy military ground, pausing 'm' V"L-N(, JWr'l over the Eiffel tower. Wi I, ,' Molssant la thirty-five years old and In of Jfl AV'" Wr f,lRht buHd. Ht ,a seemingly very Jovial In tern- WWm XJv,' y' '''f' perament. Ho first visited Paris rtome monthf? B ago and h' came Interr t 1 1 In the study of avla- B lion !! Ii'd two n: irlili's built after his own B Ay 'f'T'J? ''''' BI :Ul' f("m'' ,'''' ""''-I rt ,n faaclnntlng that B 1 '?"'...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 17 September 1910

B , . ' t The greatest of K all rings H The wedding ring. If yon are wearlnit H nne ol Parks you ran rent assured that it r will Isaf longer than you will Our wed- Br ding rinRK Indicate the good tatrtc and the BL K""d Judgment Ol the wearer. Finest In f 'l"allty, newest in stylo and design. ' L. Kxtremely reasnnndle In price. HK Correspondence invited. HF r- --... iri . . He I AtT LARt cItr.UT" I I J 1 B American Express Z4 I -Z Hours to California V A new electric llKhtcd train composed B exclusively of Pullman Standard and j Tourist Sleeper and Dining Can, jH effective AugllSt 2Mb, Will H Leave Salt Lake City daily at 3:00 p. m. H Anive Lot Angeles (nest day) 2:30 p. m. B Two other fast through trains H for California leave Salt Lake City dally. JH .VI ii i. in and I I 50 . in K 4i40 00 ' " ' "' Angeles and return, I p-rv.w rttlly un(1 September 80, llm- gg lied to October SI, 1910. H Colonist Riles T" Han Francisco. voionisi rvaies 8an Jofe Fretn0i C Los Angeles, Imperial, etc.,...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 17 September 1910

H The Garland Globe. H Saturday, Hept. 17, 1910. I In the I Social Realm. 3E The grand social given in H honor of the out-going officers B of t h e Ladies' Self-Culture K Club at the home of ivlrs. ft Lorelda Capener, Friday even- B ing of last week, was one Wm of the most pleasing and high- H ly entertaining events of the H season. Over 80 guests partici- H patcd in the affair and all pre- H sent had a very enjoyable time. PH The Garland orchestra was in attendance and furnished ex- cellent music. J A program, as follows, was H carried out: B Solo Mrs. Lottie B. Smith. H Interesting stor y Joseph H Jensen. H Clog Dance John W. Wing. H All present took part in a H guessing contest "Islands and H Countries Found at a Feast." H Mrs. Lottie B. Smith was H awarded a fine box of stationery H as the winner of the 1st prize H and W. D. Lewis received a H "Comfort" as the consolation H prize. H Partners for lunch were chos- H en by drawing cut cards and M an elaborate repast consisting m of...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 24 September 1910

Qtyc fltafttonft lobe I COVERS THE BEAR RIVER VALLEY LIKE A BLANKET I Vol. 5. No. 33. Published ot Garland, Utah. Saturday, Sept. 24, 1910 Our Public I School Opens. Monday the public school of 0 J Oavland opened with an attend ance of 1(50 pupils, an average of 88 to each of the 5 depart ments. The census report gives Garland 205 pupils of school age, 15 of these being graduates from the 8th grade leaving 190 pupils between the ages of 6 and 16 who should attend school. The enrollment was a splendid showing for the opening day, only 30 more pupils yet to come in. It is ex pected that these 30 pupils will inlist within the next few weeks. The teachers are all well quali fied and everything is going along in good shape. Parents should make an effort to get their children started in the beginning as it is of vital im portance to the children, teach ers and parents. Moved Into New Shop. Schneider & Henninger, blacksmiths, moved into their new shop opposite Jensen Bros, on Main stre...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 24 September 1910

The Garland Globe Ml J A Wiv-r & Manager Hj GARLAND UTAH JEM ' I UTAH STATE NEWS H During an elecrieal storm at Ne HE phi. lightning struck tb- ha; u of KS ,'T- Howard, burning It to th W ground ''harJea Bnrnall. under arrest In B Kail Lake City has confessed to fo ir- H t' ' ' in ths capital city K during 'he M1 four months. H ln 'iidiarifs are emitting consider- H able damage In Met vicinity of Santa- H quln. several haystacks having been H d'Mroyed by fire the past week VHJ The liatuberger road will be double tracked in the immediate future, iroin fc' Farmington to Kaysville, and also for iv- miles out of Salt Iak- and Og H den MM Clarence Morgan, a mirier employ- H fed at the Silver King Coalition mine. MW at Park City, fi'll down a chute fifty H fnei in length and escaped aerious in- MM With the largest representation in H tli history of the union on hand tiM H Ha" convention of the W C T L' MM i'-d In Provo on the Hth for a MU three days' session. Mm 'Jhe license r"tai and...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 24 September 1910

1 GIVEN UP TO DIE. I Doan's Kidney Pills Effect Marvelou Recovery. Mrs. M. A. Jlnklns, Quanah, Texns, aays: "I was bloated almost twice natural size. I had the best physi cians but they all failed to help me. tFor five weeks I was as helpless as a baby. My back throb.bed as If It would break and the kidney secretions were In terrible con dition. The doctors held out no hope a:;d I was resigned to i-y fate. At this critical time, I began using Doan's Kidney Pills and soon felt relief. I continued and was cured." Jk Remember the name Doan's. For sale by all dealers. 50 cents o j box. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y I Absence makes the picture posl cards accumulate. Mrs. Window Soothing -imp. Forchiidrrn Mining, lofteai laajraaie, ralasesta &UUUiHtuillJtlU vs 111(1 i urt'H IV lull ,:i 1 1 It:. '2x!U buluo. When the yellow streak begins tc work out of some people they have a fit of the blues. Nothing of the Sort. "Have you any avuncular rela tlons?" "Nary one. Ain't no disease of ...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 24 September 1910

RaS itt? W The Garland Globe B UfDIPIKDINT H J. A. Wixom. . Kdltor urul .Miilt B Telephone No 52 UIb tkiimm of At'tiM itir-noN: H One ycnr (in ixlvuncc) . . . .11 5 R Six month! 75 HH TUroc month SO KB AdvettMag rates furnished M up HH plication. PPH Entrrol an socoml-clasH matter February 17, HH 1909. at the post office at Garland. Utah, under HvH the Act of Contra of March S. 18TB. H Suli,( ri! i- who full to receive their HB papers regularly , pleMc notify thin "Hi. i M Saturday, Sept. 24, 1910. W A good brass hand in Garland Ht would be worth more t our m town than any thing else we H can think of just now. Not B that the band is especially M needed today, but what about M next Hummer? The town in m full of talented yonug men, who m under the direction of a tutor WM like J. H. Kirkham, could, with H a little hard practice, put up M sonic splendid music. Now is M the time to think and talk about H a band. The winter evenings M are coming on and if the boys H would get together, f...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 24 September 1910

mtercainment nn ap-rr: , .' , r 7 iTS II I II .i nnn i . I Vfltll liipliioivo I, unit Niur 1 1 I I n tl) a i I Garland Globe Supplement. J Vol. 5. Garland, Utah, Sept. 24th, 1910. No- 33- V. - p iar ' Ducks Dying jw By Thousands. Lm' Jofeeph Jensen and J. R. e Kennard visited the Boothe Valley last Sunday in the int- y crest f that ward. Both going and ooming they were surpris ed to sec so many dead ducks the on the edge of the lake. A re- inn cent issue of the Deserel News ,tH contained an article Stating ft that ducks were dying by the . thousandi from a contagious ' . disease having made its appear- rvi auee among" the feathery tribe. lint Following are extracts from the Mp article: ult "Ninety per cent of the ducks ' m j at tne mouth of the Jordan lor river are dead," was the start- - ling statement made this niorn- u ing by Cashier O. (J. Beebe of ' I the ion's Saving Bank & 8m Trust company, who made a II special trip Friday down to fm Jordan to satisfy himself as to . the...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 24 September 1910

OVER $3,000 IN PRIZES! THE CELEBRATED CHICKERING A SONS PIANO needs no introduction, but the fact that we hnve re cently been appointed factory representatives for the Grand Old House needs advertising. We feel honored to think this confidence has been placed in us, and intend to prove ourselves worthy the distinction. We want every resident in this intermouutain country to become familiar with the fact that GLEN BROS, are sole agents for the time-honored CHICKERING & SONS' PIANO in this torritory. OVER $3,000 IN FREE PRIZES In order to quickly and thoroughly advertise this important agency m coming to an Ogden house, we have adopted the following novel plan : A MELOGRAPHIC CONTEST How many times can you write this sentence on a postal card! "Glen Bros. Piano Co. sell Chickering and Steger Pianos." CONDITIONS AND RULES GOVERNING CONTEST. 1. The person who writes "Glen Bros. Piano Co. sell Chick ering and Steger Pianos" the greatest number of times on a . A regulation postal card...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 24 September 1910

H Diamonds EnB 150 per Carat bWMI Tli i- price ll for elenr, peril i't, absolutely HHHBft flBWlCM stmiea, miuiim: from mil' lc lun BhH Snuitli r sizes Kiinriinti-nl perfect LlBqH at 1 per BBBBB When lllcwe lire (OM Ilicre pruliulily pnBBaBBV will In-tin more. Now is the time to HHhQB Invest In n diamond. Ami remember. Bh II IS mi Inveatinont. Valued will BBBBB continue nn upward innve. HBJ r ii'..-t.i, B SALT LAKE H American Express H 24 I -2 Hours to California BBBBB, A new cleetrle lighted train eompoMd BBBBBBBJ exclusively n( I'iiIIiiihii Sliiniliinl nnil BBBBBBBJ Tourist Sleepers anil Dining fam, paBBJBJB Annus! '-"'tli, will H Leave Sail Lake it v daily at 3:00 p. m. JhBJB Arrive Lot Angeles (next day) 2:30 p. m. H Two other fast through trains 1-fpJPB tor California leave Suit I. nke 'Ity dully. BBBBBBBJ BBBa st.tM OH '" I "" Anifeles unit return, BBBBJBBJ qttU.WU ,UV until Si'iiiiinlier :), Hill' pajBJBJBJ to aBBBBJ" Tickets, literature and Information at BBB3BBBJ City Ticket...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 24 September 1910

I SLOW. "What, hasn't George proposed I yet?" I "No, whnt can yon expert of a man who won't speed his automobile over I fifteen miles nn hour." 1 FOR THE SKIN AND SCALP V Because of its delicate, emollient, B sanative, antiseptic properties derived fl from Cutlcura Ointment, united with I the purest of cleansing Ingredients I nd most refreshing of flower odors, S Cutlcura Soap Is unrivaled for preserv- H Ing, purifying and beautifying the II skin, scalp, hair and hands, and, as jl slated by Cutlcura Ointment, for dls JE pelllng Itching Irritation and In B flammatlon and preventing clogging of the pores, the cause of many disflg- urlng facial eruptions. All who de 1 light In a clear skin, soft, white hands, I a clean, wholesomo scalp and live, I glossy hair, will find that Cutlcura I Soap and Cutlcura Ointment realize I every expectation. Cutlcura Reme I dies are sold throughout the world. I Potter Drug ft Chem. Corp., sole pro I prietors, Boston, Mass. Send to them R for the latest ...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 24 September 1910

MM i asaaaaaaa a i H The Garland Globe. H Saturday, Sept. 24, 1910. H V. B. Scott of Malad was IS here u few day. the week. H For Sale A Good Boat. 0. H Steffenson, Elwood, Utah. m si7-oi B J. H. Keatherstone of Logan D was her' lust week in his tour- ing car. M O. Li Winters spent last M Sunday with his family in Ogden M Mi - Ilattic Hess returned H Sundny evening from a trip to M Ogden. J For Sale Good grapes 5c a , pound or $4.50 jer c. w. t. n Arthur Barber. 21 m The Garland Amusement M hall is being replastered and M repapered. Good M Mrs. Chas. Barnes of Ogden B is the guest of her sister, Mrs. m Thomas Carter. M F. D. Baird, George Brans- fl ford and S. II. Bingham were M Brigham visitors last Sunday. H A fine son arrived at the H home of Mr. and Mrs. Brigham M Marriotts early last Saturday H morning. Lost A pocket ledger be- M tween this city and Thatcher. M Finder please return to this MM office and be rewarded. 1 WM Brig Marriotts was exhibit- B ing a bucket of fine Elbert...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 1 October 1910

1 lje arkttfo lok I COVERS THE BEAR RIVER VALLEY LIKE A BLANKET I Vol.5. No. 34. Published at iiarlanl, I Itoh. Saturday, Oct. 1, 1910 I Grand M. I. A. 1 Social and Ball. I The grand ball given by the M Y. II. M. I. Assn. at the Gar- land hall last Saturday night, was a rousing social event. The ball was well attended and everybody present had a very enjoyable time. The assoeia I tion realised a neat sum to as E sist them in their work. B A handsome mirror was offer- ed as a prize for the most pop m ular young lady present and E Miss Ethel Porter was the lucky H winner. Following is a list of the votes easts Ethel Porter 2,975 votes. Roxey Hudson 1,430 votes. H Altii Harris 1,400 votes. K Jennie Wanlass (i,',r votes. K Alice (Jrover 50 votes. m Mrs. F. O. Haws .'15 votes. m The social was given to int- B erest the young folks in Mutual K- work. tj Kicked by a Horse. B N. C. Mortensen of this city mk sustained severe injuries Wed- B uesday of this week by a horse H kicking him with b...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 1 October 1910

K The Garland Globe H .1. A. WIlOU, Editor & Manager MB GARLAND UTAH I UTAH STATE NEWS H The Socialists of Weber eounti M will have n full ticket In tfafl field at H the approaching county election. H Harvey Moore, a resident of Wan- m ship, was sevi rely hut not seriously H Injured In a runaway In Park City. M V'lld ducks, geese and snipe are B liarred frotu the Salt I ake market H through an order Issued by the city jH health commissioner. H A prominent grower of Weber jH county declares that, with present r flourishing; conditions, the not. returns from an aero of full-grown Jonathan apple trees is $00 annually. B one of the attractive Feature df H the fruit exhibit at the state fair this M year will be the carload apple dls- H play. Four carlon i, or 2, nut) cases. m of apples will he in one exhibit H Following the lead taken hy north- H ern Utah peaches on the eastern fruit H markets, the Ogden Jonathan apple Is :iid to have taken precedence H Offer apples from every sectio...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 1 October 1910

T" RY MURINE EYE REMED V For Red . Wtak, Weary, Watary F v ud V GRANULATED EYE1JDS H ! Murine Doesn'tSmart-Soothes Eye Pain Draff bto S.U Mark Era Rasaf r. Uaaia. 2Sc, Mc. $1.0 " V Murine Eva Saba, in Aaaptlc Tub.., 2 Re. $ 1 no KYE BOOKS AND ADVICE FREE BY MAIL Murine F.y n Remedy Co..Chicago 1 IN THEIR QOWN3. Papa That was the supreme court of the United States we Just came out of. Tommy (aged seven) Gee, pop! dere wasn't anybody dere but a lot of bearded old women dressed In black DONT NEGLECT YOUR KIDNEYS. Little kidney troubles gradually grow more serious and pave the way to dropsy, diabetes and fatal Bright's disease. Begin using Doan's Kidney t Pills at the first sign of trouble. They cure all kidney ills. Mrs. L. E. Wilcox, 27 W. Cherokee St., McAlester, O k 1 a., says: "I was seized with an awful at tack of kidney trou- j - ble which came on me in an instant. My back ached intensely and I lost all power of control over the kidney se cretions. My health became greatly run do...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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