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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 11 August 1906

LabbbbbbbbBBpW?t5IS55j ,r "1 ""' BPjffff inn i jij.. .i'i ''-' '"--jw'iiw BJP ' DAZED WITH PAIN. Bl Tho Sufferings of a Citizen of Olympia, Wash. H L. S. Gorham, of C1C East 4th St, Bl Olympia, Wash., says: "Six years ago H I got wet and took cold, and was soon Bl flat In bed, suffering ttorturos with my back. Every move ment cnuBcd nn ago nizing pain, and the persistency of It ex hausted me, bo that for a tlmo I wan dazod and stupid. On tlio advice of a friend t began uti Ing nostra Kidney bb - lMtls, and ?oon no- H tier I n cliango for tlio bettor. The H kldi, v 'ocrotions had boon disordered H and Irregular, and contilned u heavy H sodlmont, but In n week's, tlmo tho H tirlitn was clear and natural again and H the passages regular. Gradually tho H aching and soreness left my back and H then the lameness. I used six boxes H to mako sure of n euro, and the Iron- H bio linn never roturnoi!." H Sold bv all dealers, nn cents a bos. H Foster-Mllburn Co., IlufTalo, N. Y. H 'I ho real ti...

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. — 11 August 1906

I I HON. W. II. KELBAUGtl OF WEST VIRGINIA v PRAISES PE-RU-NA. II Hon. W. II. Kelbaugh. A Cohi at Any Time of the year, is feeially in Hot Weather, is Very De pressing to the System. J'e-rn ua is in Unequaleil Tonic 'or .Such Case, m'fcid What 'cofe Say About I. oTooaooooe.OQS'OS'S 9 9 9 9 Hon. W. II. Kuibiiugli, Kx-Mcmbcr W. Vn. LcRlslttture. U04 Utli street, , N. E Washington, D. C, writes: "You can use my name and word '", at all times torPeruna as a net-1 cine and tonic unequaleil. I have tried It tor a stubborn cold and ' badly run down system. I tried all sorts of other medicines and paid . several expensive doctor bills. . Peruna cured me, strengthened me more than ever, and saved me 1 money." I 99 9 9 9 9 ' Mrs. Clara Llttcrst, Scafleltl, Ind., nays: "Last fall 1 toolc n severe cold. I took Poruiin, bepan to improve and ltept on bo until I was able to do ray work." Foremost of French Veterani. Tho French Rovcrnmcnt has Just i ponsloncd off Francois Qoromlnl, tho guardian of ...

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. — 11 August 1906

H. THE GARLAND GLOBE -';'.. H THE GARLAND GLOBE H INDKl'ENDKNT. H' J A.TVixojr, . . IMitor nnd Mugr. H Telephone No 22k H (Formerly Wyatt'a Butcher Shop.) Entered m econd-cIass matter February 17, W06, at the pout offlco at Garland, Utah, untlor the Act of Conrea of March 3, 1670. fl Saturday, Aug. n, 1906 H ITEMS OF INTEREST. Mr nml .Mr J II Wiilll wore Urigham H visitor Tuesday. H A It Smith mid wlfo were Drlgliatn H Ylsltorn lust Monday. H Morotil Mortcnsen nfllcar Itlvcr City, H va n (larlaud visitor Monday. H Mill Uarbara WimiIchs It vl-dtlng rein H live ill Suit Lake City this week. H J F FcHtlieiHtouo returned Thursday H from a business trip to tlm tttato capital. H Eph Coombs, .loli 11 auil Henry Htcpli- H ens wero Ogdcn visitors the fore part of M the week. H Mr. Jos.K.Corlicttot Iliincroft, Ida., H who liux been visiting In tills city, ru- H turned to her hoimi Monday. H A free concert Is to given lit the Amuse- H liient Hull Sunday crculiig by the Oar- H hind .Military ll...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 18 August 1906

I'' IBLI H: lLaLH I LaLH m laaLaLaV 1 Subscribe To.deyi-Youtaniw.iaf. F t W I . M A M W JA M W M . Jo Prlnllngi-tVi yon uw Latfc Laaal fort to N. without your IIOMC Oal i M M V M I M fl M M BaLJ J!"1''' HUtMnroti. Rill HisVla, FkH PArcn. Add your nam to our .Laafl Bof M F M I lV LK B Envelop. Card.. UutUr Wrap- beaaal lUt of aubacrifwra TO-DAY and fH ll f M M M IW Wg V peri, u? If oat w print thesa ( BtthooLOBEC2 times yr for . H aWLatl Balm H - amaLam I H H V Mai Mai EaT H H at this ofltce anil can astlefy row IH the iwn of One Dollar and a Half III 4 m. ami aBam I aW H amBm. M. V W kV A I L W B .W ami . tuarenteesatiifateta iamamamfl . '! DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY H i -iii i i .. i 11 i i iii i ii. i i - - - - - - - -..-. ..... ... jM fVol. I. No. 28. Published of Garland, Utah. Saturday, Aug. IS, 1906 H - i y I Musical Contest at Brigham City. A iniislc.il contest of lioth vocal hiu! instrumental selections Ii to bo held in Hrlgham City I...

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. — 18 August 1906

1 The Garland Globe H Published Every Saturday at M GARLAND .... UTAH Terms of Subscription: H One year (la ndvanco) $1.C0 H 8lx months 76 H Thrco months 50 H Advertising ratos furnished on nppll- H cation. H J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager LH ' U CRASHED INTOJ TRAIN M Disastrous Crossing: Accident 1 as Crowds Were Return- B ing from Ball Game. B A Score of People Injured, Two ol H1 Whom Will Die, at Result of De- H fectlve Air Brake on an Oak- H land Street Car. i i H Oakland, Cal. Tlio most disastrous H street car accident In Oakland In H years took place Sunday afternoon H when a Telegraph avenuo car packed H with plonHiiro crowds from Rcrkoley H and Idora park, craHhed Into tlio Koy H routo electric train, hound from Pled H jiont to the ferry mole, at tlio For- H tloth Btrcet crossing. A scoro of por- H eons woro badly Injured, at least two H of whom nro bo badly hurt that death H may result. H Tho Injured wcro nearly all riding H In the street car. Thoso on tho Koy H routo train...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 18 August 1906

I Women (& f I at, Soldiers , I or Fokiwie Soldiers ot fortuno among men aro not uncommon those who wander about the whole wide world seeking adventure, now mining In Africa, now ervlng In some South American war, J now fighting duels in China or India or whero not, spurred on by an Insa tiable lust for excitement. They may 'do considerable harm or considerable good and generully end by getting themselves shot and so good-by. Hut when woman Is cursed with the samo spirit she leaves a wake of trouble that Involves many other men and women. She must use men to securo those things for her which sho herself Is unable to secure. Men must bo her tools, mado to do her bidding under tho Influence of her fusclnatlon. In ovoryday life there are, of course, many minor examples of this, but now and then a woman arises who wanders over tho two continents Involving in her meshes men of International prom inence strong men generally thought to bo proof agnlnst such things. In tho old days such...

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. — 18 August 1906

ITTtTTv. . "r"BMMaaa"a"aaaBaBaBaaa jqbjbi Pw"nT7;r " v '- - "- -- vlF m n '- " " F "' ' III II 'I L I I H THE GARLAND GLOBE. It t I H The Garland Globe H Published Every Saturday at B GARLAND UTAH. M Term of 8ubicription: K Ono year (In advance) 11.50 B Six month 75 B ThrM months 50 H Advertising rates furnished on np- B plication. H aa-i e - ii -. H Entered as sccond-clasn matter H February 17, 190G, at the postnfflco at B Garland, Utah, -under tho Act of Con- M greis of March 3, 1879. H J, A. Wlxom .... Editor and Manager H Saturday, Aug. iH, 1906 a,.... t -H-r H Experimental Farm Gets Good H Results from Spraying. H The Utah Ccutnil Experimental Farm H at this placs'lias shown most satisfactory H result from spraying for coddling moth M and other iutlctlon Hint destroys npple H The orchards on this farm nffurdeil cx- HH ccllent opportunities for 11 genuine test, H from the fact Unit until this spring when the farm was purchased fer 11 statu ex- H pcriiuent, tho tree hnd practical...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 18 August 1906

f I "UTAH STATE NEWS I I Provo Is to have a now bank "with I a capital of fSO.000. f Twcnty-fivo members of the Utah J Grand Army of tho Republic ate In at- i tendanco at tho annual encampment at I Minneapolis. Peter Martin, county assessor of Summit county, has resigned and Alex ander Wright has been appointed to 4)l the vacancy. r Jesse P. Krauss of Ogdcn, employed 'as a brakemau on the Union Pacific, I was crushed to death bolween two cars H at Evanston, Wyo. f Rulon Sclbold, aged 7, of Ogden, was (I kicked In tno right eye by a colt and ! erlously Injured. The eyo was cut 1 1 entirely from the socket. J! Tho Utah Baseball league ha ' II "blown up," tho Ogden team with- drawing. Eureka, Salt Lake and Park II City will finish the season. a Elmer King, aged 15, was seriously jl Injured In Salt Lako City, a hay wa- 5 (on which ho was driving being struck n by a street car and overturned. rj W. H. Thomas was thrown from a jf wagon during a runaway at a llmo kiln jl near Salt Lake Cit...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 18 August 1906

1 .ANYTHING FOR FILTHY LUCRE H Writer's Cynical Justification of Mean H Piece of Work. A certain Kitted writer of whom It was onco said that ho wouldn't recoK- H nlzo tils wlfo if ho met her on tho B strcot wrolo a charming lovo story B not so long ago, and It was printed In a popular mngazlnc. His friends nnd H all thono of tho circle In which tho B nuthor moved iccoRnlted the story na B an oxnet nnd recimt transcript from B tho llfo of the writer, Involving " very ticaiillful youiiK woman, also u!I B known In the mi mo set. One mnn, comlm; across) thu author, took him to H lor H "What In tho win Id did jou wilto H up Ihiil nrfnlr with Mls Htank for?" H he d H Tl tutluu looked at him unmoved H ami wllli I lie same ex'tulslto mini nnd B clearness that characterized his wore, "; needed tho moiioy." H DIG NCW SHOE BUILDING. It If Dedicated by the W. L. Douglas H Co. at Drockton. H Tho dedication u Miort time ago of H tho now administration and Jobbing Hi house building erected by tho ...

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. — 18 August 1906

fl f I. v I ! HERITAGE OF CIVIL WAR. Thousands of Soldiers Contracted Chronic Kidney Trouble While J In the Gorvice. The'cxperlcnco of Capt. John L. Ely, !of Co. E, 17th Ohio, now llvlnj; at 508 East Second street, Nowton, Kansas, will Interest the thou- C?gJ panda of veterans f V&A who came back from LetW'S tho Clv" Wnr suffer ed PjPmwI l"B tortures with kid f! xXlW ny couiiiliilut. Capt. V imvl Ely says: "I contracted Mtomfr kldnoy troublo lur WMuEfiaM i"B tho Civil War, BmTSfRiB and tho occasional iWwtaw attacks finally de veloped Into a chronic case. At ono tlmo I had to uso a crutch and cano to get about. My back was lamo and weak, and besides tho aching, thcro was a distressing retention of tho kidney secretions. I was In a bad way when 1 began HBlng Doan's Kld noy Pills In 1901, but the remedy cured mo, and I have been well over since." Sold by nil dealers. CO cents a box, Fostor-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Objects which are usually tho ob jects of our travels by laud uml...

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. — 18 August 1906

111 ! THE GARLAND GLOBE ;J . """ . . . il ly- . THE GARLAND GLOBE K INDEPENDENT. Hi J A.WnoM, . , Editor and Mtigr. Hi Telephone No 22k Hjt (Formerly Wyatt's Hutclicr Shop.) Hj Entered n econd-cl&s matter February 17, Hi 10W. at tha pout ofllcc at Garland, Utah, under H I the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Hi Saturday, Aug. i8, 1906 ITEMS OF INTEREST. ; Kit, Rogers wn a visitor to tlicstittc B, capital Sunday. H' X S Chrlstopherson of ilriglnitu whs H' in town Tuesday. W Mis i.ula Keller of Mantua, 1-t Isit. Hi ing friends In Garland, B Mls Marie Hnwru l spending the H week nt Hrtgimm City, H Mrs. I' A Nnrdipilst a ml children arc B visiting relative lu Ogdun. BBJ Mw. Herbert returned Turwlay from BBJ it vltli with rxIntivi'S tit Ogden. BBJ The Mlics Aifniu IfuiiM'it hmiI llililn BBJ NtNou of Hriglmm, vir; (iiirlanil visl- HHfl tun tlic fore p'trt of tint wiek, H it, firkins of Suit I.ako nieiit a few H day In this eity visiting with the Hay H fiiinlly. lie returned hnmu Tues...

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. — 25 August 1906

1 I1 r I ' " ' "I I TT7-T " . !H U i, DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY ' !H J " i ' 'i'1 :H 18 Jol. I. No. 29. Published at Garland, Utah. i1 Saturday, Aug. 25, I90G I T : : ! I 1 Recent Showers1 !l Prove Beneficial. VlPrth $25,000 to Valley 1 A1 , ' flay and Qntln Receive Borne Damage . But tho-Beet Crop Gets a Benefit. f t In a conversation with Agricultural Supt. Geo. 'Austin, we wcro Informed f tlmt the recent down j pour of rain, . though Injurious to bay and grain crops, j 1 was a great blessing to tho beet growers ' of the entire valley. Ho stated that ! 23,000 was alow estimate of value the ralu has been to the bfects. Mr Austin just returned from a tour of tho Bear River Valley and reports tho prospects cccdingly bright aud the beets in ox ell.iit condition. The prediction made , k-ojiie lime ago that tho Bear River Val ley would produce tho best crop of beets grown in the stato, will be UtqtJuly fui ' filled. Some big surprises await the ...

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. — 25 August 1906

BBssslsBEsffi'l1 fWfTTlil?:M'"""'t " " " - " I H I The Garland Globe H ,i Published Every Saturday at m 1 GARLAND .... UTAH B w Terms of Subscription: H f One year (In advanco) $1.50 H , 8lx months 75 H , 1 ,Tbroo montho 50 H v j Advertising rates furnlshod on nppll- H cation. 'jU H i J, A. Wlxom Editor and Manager I BALKAN TROUBLE I - AGAIN HACl I'1 H , Old Question of Domination H Between Greeks and Bui- H garians Revived. 1 It Is Asserted That the Patriarchal H Church at Constantinople Has H Acted as Accomplice of Greek H Dands In Order to Strength M en Church. M 3ofla, Bulgaria. The anti-Greek fl movement In Itoumnnln, and especial- m i ly In nulgarln, Is dally assuming M greater proportions nnd threntens to H i bocomo n serious danger to pcaco. H The Uulgnrian government, It appears, fl , will bo forced to tnko exceptional H measures to tormlnato the disturb- M ances which nro duo to nntl-Grcck M feeling, with which tlio entlro popu- M lntlon of tho principality Is Imbued. M Th...

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. — 25 August 1906

'.PlAFITTB f J BY JMJARY gEVEREUX I I . 1 MTH ILLUSTRATIONS BY DON C. WILSON J CHAPTER XXIX. W Less than a week later, one early .afternoon, the members of the house hold at La Tcte des Eaux were start led by the booming of cannon In tho direction of Lake Borgne. - What had happened was this: An Kngllsh fleet, with twelvo hundred men, had, with the Intention of throw ing an attacking force across Lakes Botgno and Pontchnrtaln, sailed Into Inko Borgne and opened an attack up on the Americans, whoso presence was a surprise to tho enemy, as Capt. Lockycr, commanding tho latter, had ( understood that this, point was de fenseless. A flerco battle followed, resulting In a partial victory for tho Kngllsh, who were now mnstcrs of Lako Borgne. It was the Shaplra who, late In tho afternoon, bi ought this news to Ia Tete des Kaux. Tho house was soon In a bustlo of preparation, tho Inmates packing has tily the few things they were to take with them In their (light, and conceal lng such property...

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. — 25 August 1906

P "1PJH iiiiH H THE GARLAND GLOBE. H The Garland Globe H Published Every Saturday at H GARLAND H Terma of Subscription: H One year (In advanco) fl'.SO H 8lx months 75 H Three months CO Advertising rates furnished on aj H Entered as second-class mattef 1 February 17, 100C, at tho postofllco at H Garland, Utah, under tho Act of Con- B grots at March 3, J, A. Wlxom .... Editor and Manager H Saturday, Aug. 25, 1906 BBH , tfttfMMMTTTTT TtTTrTTTT H Sugar City Notes B (From Sugar City Times) H Thos.R.Cutlor Sen., general mnnnger H for tho Utah and Idaho Sugar Cnmpan- B les, Mr Engnlls, consulting engineer for H theabovo mentioned companies, and J. H II. Gardner, assistant general manager H for tho Utah companies, were In Sugar H last week. Messrs Gardner and Engnlls H returned to Utah Friday evening and H Mr. Cutler went to Island Park with his son Thos. It. Cutler, Jr. Mrs. Kmma H Potter of Tremont, Utah, daugtcr of H David Sunders, was hero visiting last H Friday. Mr. Potter has been vis...

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. — 25 August 1906

m ., . . . . I m . j I COLLEGE DORMITORY splendid crops having been gath- 5 ered this year. The -pnrnde grounds and certain cottages for i College employees complete the College plant, which altogether 1 embraces llfi acres. i Consider the fact that each and 1 every building has the most up-to-date equipment, and the insti- i tutiou in all its extent is before ', you. Does it not impress you thnt i this is an institution worthy the pride of any people, of any state? SIpE OF WORK. If then, the institution has the physical and moral environment desirable, and the buildings and equipment necessary for the most , ill'rctive work, what other phases are there that enter into a con l sideration of the value or need of the school? The courses offered and the educational worth of the instruction, of course. The bill providing for the land grant institutions sets forth that the colleges are instituted "for the purpose of promoting the lib eral and practical education of I the industrial class...

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. — 25 August 1906

U THE GARLAND GLOBE 1 SUPPLEMENT GARLAND, UTAH, SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 190G. SUPPLEMENT. - OARU 3 THE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE OF UTAH Thrca piles! Tho Agricultural College nil - hnvo licnrd of it, somo have seen Ent ;t an(i tho entire citizenship of irebroi the stftte llJ8 iIuiircctly profited mul y and through it, but how many ' ore familiar with tho fact that in . A. V this school tho State of Utah pos- -' scescs an institution which in the Sa sixteen years of its existence has m made a record for educational cf- j ficiency and general worth that ; placen it high among the schools s ' r its hind attaining a rank sc- .l I'imd to none of its age? (V iilOSi forthoj How many know that at the SI. Ics.Jlr! Louis and Portland Expositions tho abot the work of the students of this in II. Garj stitution, in competition with that for the from many of tho great institu- iMtwco lions of tho country, was given returned I he highest awards gold medals Mr. Cut! son The mv Inn"v 'tll(nv l'mt 'rom n Pot...

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. — 25 August 1906

UTAH STATE NEWS David A. Johnson tins boon ap pointed postmaster at Moab, Grand county. Madgo Hamilton, a denizen of Salt Lake's half-world, suicided Saturday, taking morphine. The thlrty-Blxth annual conference of tho Methodist missions was held In ASnlt Lake City last week. fr Harold Jones, aged 10, of Salt Lake i City, Is dead from lockjaw, caused by a small splinter in his foot. Grasshoppers nro doing consider able damngo to the second alfalfa crop In the fields near North Ogdcn. Work on tho waterworks system for Monroe Is progressing rapidly, tho last carload of piping arriving last week. Tho United State Ozokerite com pany has purchased 1,015,000 feet ol lumber on tho Uintah rcscrvo In tho v!cln!tyi of Colton. Tho public schools of Salt Lako City will begin a week later than tho usual tlmo this year, tho dato set be ing September 17. It is expected that 1500 delegates will be present at the annual meeting of tho National Wool Growers, which will bo held In Salt Lako City In Ja...

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. — 25 August 1906

w Hi hHhhsBjV Hh No man too poor to use H ,j Bain. Wagons HH J No mnn tvenlthy enough j HH lo buy hotter. ) HH Your grandfather was fimlliar with Hl j the Rood qualities of Tho Dnln, j HH J and your grandchildren will be. j HB t Don't be misled) there ii only one HH , Dot In (arm wagons, and expert' .' HH cnce proclaims DAln, always Ualn. HH ! When needing Implements, Ve- j HH hides or Stoves, write us We sare , Hl you money, give ycu good goods HH and good treatment. M Leading Implement Dealers H Utah and Idaho H Consolidated g H Wagon and Machine Company H GEO. T. ODELL, Gen. Mtfr. HHfl Houses at Salt Lake, Ogden, Logan, HHJ Idaho Falls and Montpeller HHJ Wft 0L08I SATURDAYS AT 1 ". M. H The Modern Machinery HHfl W have lately Installed la our Jewelry Sbop mikes It possible for us to handle difficult HHflH work promptly and very reasonably. $3& M - 'H3rMAIN ST. M SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. Hi , Union Assay Office l at. . MANAUaR. 'P.O. 101 144 HHHj I. v. aaoLin. bait laksoity, utam...

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. — 25 August 1906

MISS LEOPOLD, SECY LIEDERKRANZ, Writes : " Three Years Ago My System Was In a Run-Down Condition. J Owe to Pe-ru-na My Restoration to Health and Strength." IHtff v-' '" x vbBmiII Hck sbBBRBBBBBBaH IWTlSS niCKA LEOPOLD, 137 Main " street, Mennslm, Wis., Sec'y Lied crjcran., writes : "Tlireo years nffo my system was In terrible run-down condition and 1 was broken out all over my body. I bejjan to be worried about my condition and I was glad to try nnythlng which would relieve me. "Peruna was recommended to mo as Af fine blood remedy ami tonic, and I oon found that It wns worthy of praise. "A few bottles changed my condition materially and In a short tlmo I was all over my trouble. " I owe to l'cruna my restoration to health and strength, i am glad to en dorses It." Pc-ru-na Restores Strength. Mrs. HettioOreen, It. It. 0. Iulca.Ill., writes: "I had catarrh and feltmlsera lilo. I bepnn tlio uso of I'eruna and began to iniprovo In every way. My tiend does not hurt mo so much, my appetite...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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