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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 29 December 1906

I' I t TiinflAUL.wnriTom:. M m The Garland Globe Published Every 8aturday at H GARLAND UTAH. H Termi of Subscription: B Ono year (In ndvnnco) S1.G0 K Six monthH 75 B , Threo months CO Advertising rates furnished on a? plication. B Entorcd ah second-class matter PJ February 17, 1'jOC, at tho postofllco at H Garland, Utah, under tho Act of Con m gross of March 3, 1879. J! l, A. Wlxom .... Editor and Manager mt ' M Saturday, Due. 29, 1906 M CHOSE DEATH FOR OFFSPRING. PI Mother Squirrel Would Not Have PH Them Live In Captivity. PH I was sntpo shooting In Northwest PH Missouri last spring when two boys PH camo along on their way homo from PH town. Tho shooting was not so good PH but that thero was llruo to stop and PH have a talk, and boforo we parted PH they told mo tho following story: PH They had caught a gray squlrrol and PH her four young ones, In tho usual PH way, by stopping up tho holo la a PH hollow limb. PH "Wo wuntod to raise tho young pHl ones, and took the mot'ier, so sho'd ...

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. — 29 December 1906

jR H charged with murder of children and husband PHILADELPHIA WOMAN UNDER ARREST H BR Mrs. Bridget Carey Said ta Have Beea Prompted ay Galhy Lara R ia Cemnuttal of Atredeat Act Wkoleiale Arieaic B Tragedy Hat Stirred Anbura, New Ytrk. HH Philadelphia. Charged with one of BBJ tho most horrlblo crimes on record, BBB the murder of her husband and two BBR little children, for paltry Hums of In BBB Hurance, with porhaps the added mo- BBB tlve of getting rid of them to facilitate BBR n marriage with another man, Mrs. BBBJ Bridget Carey, of Nineteenth and Ham- BBB 11 ton streetM, Is now awaiting trial, BBS while the evidence In hourly becoming BBw more and more strong that may send BBB her to the gallows. The police say BBV they will have tho woman's lover In BBB the dock with her when she faces the K Jury. BBB Not only Is she charged with these BBY monstrous murders of a devoted him- BBB band and tho children which she bore, BBS,' but also with that of a man and BBB woman who boarded with...

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. — 29 December 1906

I ' H I H L BBaaaasasasaH Ii . i ... i ... -- ' A New Year's Resolution I) i By AXE CRAWFORD . I 1 H t K.W)B T Ii o m a h Went- H , J;v4?f H worth was disturb H KTTHi( Itlg tO .Ills BOtlt'B H n 6-tCv1 Pence. For bIx H -. ijSSSiQr months ho had H , tiSFHr5riiK ',c0" vn'nl tr'n2 H i AV7 ufl l roposb ,0 H t !)(,' Melon Orlswold. B l)?)"jr Opportunities had I Jf3)' "ut l,cc1 ,ac,'"s' f- -y?i' Together thoy had studied moonlight Htructa from shadowy porches. Thoy M had discussed life and lovo In cozy M corners, hut the nil-Important worda M remained unsaid I-.very attempt to M speak them left him In a statu of B quaking disgust. At Inst lie framed a M little speech that exnetly bill tod his H needs. During nil his conscious mo H mout.s, yen, most of the unconscious H onos, he rclionrs"' It, with moro or M lew dramatic effect. Timo nnd again H ho had go no with the strength of Bam- H bo n to present It; lllte Samson, ho hnd H departed, alitjrn of his strongth by a H woman. H "Ah, hut such...

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. — 29 December 1906

H LUMBAGO I BBY ' AND I ! SCIATICA ST JACOBS I OIL K ; Penetrates to the Spot BBB Right on the dot. B. ' Price 25c and 50c BBW 8earrn of Mature Age. Hf Lord Charlos licresford, who has H Just been given the highest sea com BBW mand In the British navy, with thu BBB rank of admiral, Is In his sixty-first HK year. Admiral Dosanquct, who rclln HB qulshcs tho particular scrvlco squad BBV ron, Is 03, or a year older than any BBW American officer on tho active list. BB Tho new' commander of tho Mcdltor BBB, ranean station, Sir Charles Drury, is BBx 87. Vice Admiral Curzon-Howe, the BBBj new head of tho Atlantic fleet, Is CG. BB Tho chief of tho new homo fleet. Rear BBk A&tfiral nrldgman, who is C8, did not BB rcUcii his present rank until he was BE E5. Prince Louis of Dattcnbcrg, sec BB ond In command of tho Mediterranean BB squadron, Is H2. Fnrragut was 60 BBl years of ago before ho obtained flag BBV rank and CI when ho fought his great BB est battle. BH The American Adder. BBY A ful...

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. — 29 December 1906

1 THE GARLAND GLOBE M H THE GARLAND GLOBE H INDEPENDENT. H J A.Wixom, . . Editor nhd Mhgr. H Telephone No 22k H - (Form.rly Wyatt'ii nulchor Shop,) H' Entered ns icoixl-cU8ii mutter Frhrunry 17, H . 1W0. At Ilia boat office at GsrlnnJ, Utah, under H tMo Act of Congrcuof March 3..18T9, H Saturday, Dec. 29, 1906 ITEMS OF INTEREST. H II. M. Holler was In town yesterday. M J. II. Wnllls was In Salt Lako on bnsl- H ncss Hominy. H Q W Miller, who was recently scalded, Hl Is in ild ly Improving. H Miss Lena Argnll Is reported to lie quite H sink with pneumonia. H Mks Elvn Iioothc Is out ugnln after 11 H prolonged nttacl; of pneumonia. H Jack Rhodes returned from n trip to H Salt Lnko and Ogdcn Wednoduy. H Oscar Hsrrls and I1. A.Nonhjutst were H Ogdcu visltorn Saturday nnil Sunday, H Win, Preston spent a few da)n In H Weston, Ida, the fore, part of tho week. H .Miss Eva Carter spent tho foro part of H the week In Ilrlgham City, visiting rclu- H tlves and friends. H Putt Hnrlan of Salt Lako ...

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. — 5 January 1907

I THEGARLAND GLOBE " I I DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY I H A ' ' ' 4U Published of Garland, Utah. " ... . I ; " M LM 5- Saturday. Jan'v 5. 907 M January Weddings. H Mls Emily Barnard and Mr John H Rhodes both of this city wcro united In H marriage at Brlgham City Wednesday of 1 this week nnd returned to this city H Thursday cvonlng. Miss Barnard Is the H charming daughter of Mr and Mrs O. H Barnard and is well and popularly M Mr Rhodes Is tho son of Mr and Mrs A M D. Rhodes, formerly of this city who 1 now reside at Lehi, Utah . H Both havo many friends. M It h announced that Miss Clalro Lcav- 1 itt, daughtor of Mr and Mrs J. Q Lcavltt, M Is to become tho bride of Mr Charles Wm M "Wood about the Kt'i of this month. Tho M marriage will bo solemnized at tho Salt H Lake tcmplo and receptions tendered the fl y"gcouploatFarmlngtonand also at M tho home of tho brido's parents In this M The long-looked-for marriage of Mr M Henry Wood and Miss Oott Gall...

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. — 5 January 1907

H t H The Garland Globe H Published Every 8aturday at M SARLAND .... UTAH H Torma of Subscription: H On year (in advance). ....... .91.60 H Biz months 76 H Tore months 6U H Advertising rates furnished on appll- H atloa, H i. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager I annul I IEI1I JURY H Youth Who Brutally Killed His Father With an Ax H Declared Insane. H The Verdict Wat Received With Much M Disfavor In Spokane, There Being H Talk of Tar and Feathers for H Jurymen. H Spokcano, Wash. "Not Kullty by M reason of Insanity," was tho verdict M returned by llio jury In tho caso of 1 Sidney Slonnc, tho 18-ycarold boy fl charged with tlio brutnl murder of his H father,- James F. Sloanc, a plonocr M tncrclinnt 'of Spokuno. H Tho trial, which ban la'stcd flvo H weoks, wob tho longest mid most son- M satlonnl over bold In Spokano court. H It was clearly proved 'that on tho M slight of August 20th tho boy camo be- M bind his father, who was eating ainld- H night lunch, and struck htm six tcrrl- M tie blows o...

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. — 5 January 1907

III U u CUBAN RBVOLVTION j I " i Aug. 21 Uprising of Insurgents In west- crn Cuba. FI 2311 o v o 1 u 1 1 o n jBwJPrSKSX spreads anil gov- V bm ernmcnt decides to I ,vB. raise 10,000 men to -. M JlKlit rebels; 7,000 D iJJ jJB Insurgents under Wm O arms In IMnnr del ' l. J ') Illo province. lusMEl. 21 Heavy fighting Hr T a, In Plnar del Illo -fcT iA 20-Hand 'of 100 In- iiBfclp-sBJj surgents loot Las i Bw1MB Lajns, Santa Clara fflnKK&ftSssfiW 29 Government of- ; MBflP5vzy"!yr fers amnesty and I OTWK! v many leaders In ViWJMfy'Zr i Provinces of Ma- Racrntarv Tf tanzas and Santa secretary Taft. clara Burron,lcr, Cub U r Moines sails for It Sailors land from Cruiser Donver nt Havana but Immediately ordered to ro- i tlon itoftvessol! Kuarl for American lega- ' President decides to send Sec. of Wnr I 251.' a.nd. Assist. Sec. of State Bacon to Cuba to Investigate conditions nnd lend influence to restore peace. ..Kxtra ses sion of Cuban congress grants Tres. I alma fullest power to carry ...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 5 January 1907

aaB H TIJE OAKLAND GLOBE. H i r i - "" ...-. - . . I The Garland Globe M Published Every Saturday at H GARLAND UTAH, H Term of Subscription: H Ono year (In advanco) 11.60 H Blx months 75 H Threo months SO H Advertising rates furnished on np- H plication. H Entorod on second-class matter H February 17, liiOO, fit tho postofflco nt H Garland, Utah, under tho Act of Con H tTOii of March 3, 1879. H J, A. Wlxom .... Editor and Manager H Snturday, Jnn'y 5, 1907 I Third Term I Platform. H Following is tho platform adopted by H tho lloosevclt Third Term National H League: H Wo, tho members of the Koosovolt H Third Term National League, having at H heart tho great social and political prob M loms now confronting tho people, and In M order that tho rights of tho masses be B protected and that national harmony be M preserved, deem It impcratlvo tbatThco. M doro Koosovolt bo ro-dected to tho H Presidency In 1908. 1 Wo have como upon days In our social H and political life, fermenting with dls m...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 5 January 1907

Z '"- -- . ..-... . . .. . T . " f if M GIRL IN DUNGEON EIGHTEEN YEARS. AWFUL INHUMANITY OF A.8WI98 FATHER. ILOVED AGAINST HIS WILL Disappearance of Young Woman Caused Sweetheart to Commit Suicide by Decapitating Him self In Horrible Manner. 'Genovn, Switzerland. From I lit' commune bregomus, near (ieucvu, comes an almost Incredible story of parental chastisement, followed by a Ulcltlo.ln which the victim destroyed himself by decapitating himself with blades of a threshing machine. Adrian Thoney, an Ignorant pens tit, Is under arrest charged with 'having confined his daughter, Marie, She Was Kept for 18 Years In a Fil thy Dungeon. for 18 years In an underground dun geon, infested with nits and vermin, and into which no ray of light evor penetrated, ft Tho girl at the ago of 15 wns con- WORK CEASES WHILE WOMAN CLIMBS LADDER Niece of Rockefeller Inspects New Residence Where Stairways Are A Still Missing. Greenwich, Conn. Mrs. Percy Rock efeller, tho beautiful young wlfo of John D. Roc...

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. — 5 January 1907

H ' - ' I BBSS! H H Mr. Matterson Answered. H Rov. Mr. Mastorson, a summor res- H Idcnt of Mnrblohend Neck, for rea- H boiih bent known to himself, wears In H tho hottest weather a long coat and H. a hnndkorchlet around his neck. Thus H drnnscd bo frequently tnkes long runs H about town, but has docldcd objec- H tionH to bolng stared at. Ono day H recently ho was running along, and, H mil Icing a small boy gazing at him, ho H ittoppod and asked quorulotuly; H "What are you looking at?" Tho boy H promptly replied: "I'm looking at a H it n Cool." H New Extension Is Completed. H The Durllngtoii'Drcat Northern ex H t tension to Ashland, Wis., has been H complntod, and a mixed service Is now H bolng maintained. Full oporatlons H will not bo started for at least a H month. This extension opens the Dur- H llngtnn's connection with Lako Supe- H ' rlor, and opens a new route for No- H Ursm& grain to tho Atlantic seaboard. H The M H "Yea, my son." H "When a fellow gos to a circus H and ge...

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. — 5 January 1907

" . .. . SLH TORTURED WITH GRAVEL. Blnee Using Doan's Kidney Pills Not a Single Stone Has Formed. Capt. S. L. Crute, AdJL Wm. Watts Camp, U. C. V Roanoke, Va., Bays: "I suffered a long, long time with my back, and felt drag&y and list less and tired all tho time. I, lost ; from my 'usual weight, 22G, to 170. Urinary pas sages wero too frequent and I have had to get up often at night. '""'' I had headaches and dizzy spells also, hut my worst suffering was from rennl colic. After I began using Bonn's Kidney Pills I passed a gravel stono as big as a bean. Slnco then I have never had an attack of gravel, and have picked up to my former health and weight. 1 (in a well man, and glvo Doan's Kid ney Pills credit for It." Sold by all dealers. GO cents a box. Foster-Mllburn Co., Duffalo. N. Y. Prominent on Lecture Platform. Senator Tillman probably earns moro money every year on tho lectura platform than any othar American who talks to tho public for pay. From an authoritative sourco tho ...

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. — 5 January 1907

., r-WkM4 SBS I Till'; GARLAND GLOBE I i THE GARLAND GLOBE H . , INDEPENDENT. H J A. Wixom, . . Editor and Mngr. I Telephone No 22k M (Fonntrly Wratt'a Butcher Shop ) H EnUrod m corM-clau matter February 17, H 1900, at tha post ofllc t Garland, Utah, under H , tha Act of Conirreaa of March 3.U879. ) . H Saturday, Jan'y 5, 1907. ITEMS OF INTEREST. K Fon 8ai,k Good milk cow. Apply to Hr W. II. Crandall, Garland. It. 1 Miss Hnzcl Evans left Thursday for M Suit Lnko city to ottcud school. 1 II. itcrt II. Foulger, tho photographer, ' spent n fow days In Ogdcn last week. j Wines and Liquors for Medicinal pur' H poses nt Itltcr Hros Drug Sturo. J0-tf H Uutter paper for salo at this ofUco gflw SOcts per hundred sheets. ! Wo pny 80 cents for eggs. Roothe H Mcrcnntiln&ProducoCo. tf H MIssIIortcnso Evans, of Itrlgham city, H sister of Wright Evans, Is visiting In this H Mr and Mrs W. II. Crandalt arc visit H' ing relatives and friends In Ogdcn this H week. Hj David B. Foulger rcturnod Wcdn...

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. — 12 January 1907

Bl '''''BBBBBBBBBBBBiBBBBBlBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBH I lA " I tmsj THF CAR I ANTI fil ARF '"ssif&ss I DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY H H tf ' ' - . ,....-. i ii- ........ ,, ,, ,... i i. ii MHBHj I Vol.1. No. 47. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, Jan. 1 2, 1907 iH H . BB Surprise Parties. MYRTLE JENSEN. H Ml Myrtle Jensen was given a pleas- H ant surprlso at tlio homo of her aunt, Mrs H Joi. Jensen, Tuesday evening the event H being In the form of a birthday surprise. H About twenty guests participated In tho BJ affair and tho evening was spent In vari H ous parlor games. Dollcate refreshments BJ wcro served and all present spent an en- BJ joynblu evening. I . LANE GLEA&OI B Tuesday evening tho friends of Lane BJ Glcnson tendered him a pleasant sur- prise at his home In the northern part of this city. The jolly crowd made the H tilp In a sleigh and a very pleasant even- ing was spent, Dainty refreshments H wcro served. Bl ' j! ! ! N...

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. — 12 January 1907

m Mf - I The Garland Globe H Published Every Saturday at GARLAND .... UTAH M Terms of Subscription: H One year (In advance) 11.50 H BIx months 75 H Three months CO Advertising rates furnlshod on appli- ' cation. J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager I UNMAN LIKES ARE I BEING INVESTIGATED H Interstate Commerce Commission Is B Looking Into the Consolidation of H the Great Railroads. H Now York. Modem methods of com- H billing mid consolidating mammoth railway systems nnd extending tho H prlnclplo of community of Intcrcnt H wrro Investigated hero Friday lit H groat length by tlio lntorstnto com- H mcrco commlBslon, Which began an In H qulry Into tho so called "Harrlman H linos." Tho commission rocs next H week to Chicago. Sovcrnl othor clt- H It's may bo visited before all tho do- H Hired testimony Is In tho hands of H tho government roprcHcntatlves, whoso H object is to dotcrmlno whether any of tho railroads of tho country nro H consolidated or combined In restraint H of trade. H At Friday's...

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. — 12 January 1907

(MISflbSKlDaQS NOT CONCERNED. "Sir," nskca tho pale-faced, sfde whiskered man of tho heavy-sot, chubby-cheeked man who wns smoking a long, black cigar and reading a sport ing paper, "would ysu permit your boy no smoke cigarettes when ho grows up?" "That's a question you'll have to do- Iclde for yourself," rophed tho heavy, set man. "I don't know how you would look at It, you sec. It's you nnd your boy for that." "I did not refer to myself In tho question, sir. What I meant to in qulro was whether you Intended to permit your own boy to smoke." "I'vo novor given It a mlnuto's thought." "What! never pondered upon tho offoot "upon tho constitution, to say nothing of tho morals, of your Rn to allow him to smoko tho deadly things?" "Never a thought no, Blr." "And will you allow him to drink?" "I have nover thought about It." "Oh, can such things be can such things bo? Allowing your child to grow up In tho midst of temptntlon and never speaking n fatherly word to" "Look here, colonel I You...

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. — 12 January 1907

LaaV ail M THK OAKLAND 0I.OIIE. I H it ii i ii -.-. -. ... , - .. . - ... . . n -T- -narwnr i n j r j jti.i .n J u as J i.niiiirri '1 - .-- H I The Garland Globe H Published Every Saturday at M OAKLAND UTAH, H ! p H Tarma of Subscription! H One rear (In advance) 11.60 H Six months 76 H Three months 60 H Advertising ratea furnished on ap H plication. 1 Kntored ail accond-clus matte H February 17, 1900, at tho postofflco at H Garland, TJtah, under the Act of Con- M greaa of March 3, 1879. m i, A. WlKam .... Editor and Managar H Saturday, jHti'y 12, 1907 I Fruit Raising. H Editor Globe. M I know you will pardon ma for tlrrust- 'nK myself Into your notice and occupy M ngo much of your space Some fellows M occupy the spsco In a nowspnper by M roasting Tom Kcarns, scorching Hood 1 Smoot or grlxzllng Howell; or In boost- M ingono or the other of them, and when M one ha read a column or two of such atulT ho U no wiser than boforo. This Is M paper wasted and time thrown away, M both by tho 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. — 12 January 1907

B I UTAH STATE NEWS I The report of the stato auditor shows that the bonded indebtedness of tho stato of Utah is $900,000 The receipts at the Provo postoffice I for the year were $15,038.20, and dur I ing tho year 1905 they were $14,891.49, I gain of $141.71. I Dudloy W. Stone, a contracting I carpenter of Ogdon, who fell from a I third story window, Is dead from the I Injuries sustained. I William Hearst, wIiobo homo was I formerly In Coalville, was killed at I Tonopah, Nevada, on Now Year's day, I being struck by n steam shovel. I-rfirs E. Eggertsen, superintendent of the Utah county schools, was elect- ed president of tho State Tcachors' H association at the annual session In I Ogdcn. I The Utah Stato Poultry assocla- B tlon has completed arrangements for tlio annual poultry show to bo held at tho Fair ground In Salt Lake City, I January 2.1. I Fred Hacks, u dishwasher, fell Into I a cauldron of boiling water In tho I Wilson hotel kitchen In Salt Lake I City, and Is In a hospital...

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. — 12 January 1907

9 II I, i z 1 I (tlffHTflRl TIIE MitMWilfil BEST jlVjl TEA I A BOS GROWN I Im(7HI "it" M miif.nmmrrmA nvr from 1 HWffirJTMffll yovr M VjjggjjJjjjjjgggJ GROCER H Townsend's Enamel Cream H MtketkUracilrBfclmi cd nlolj. Superior to faee iow1ra. It iihi Ii nut detected. H For ! vnywhM. Price 30 oants I It is Not Too Late Yat to buy a Dlomontl at tho 1000 M prloe. Don't put It ofl too long. H Wrlto us. M ""'!! I'i&IMAIN ST. M SALT LAKE CITY. UTAH. I Union Assay Office H 4. V. DLIN. ItlT tKI OITT, UTN H Some Death Bed Rlmetters. H Thoro have been numorous In- H Btancos of poetical nnd grammatical H deaths. Emperor Adrian mntlo n po- H otlcal address to Ills own soul as death H was caatlng tho seal of flnal silonco H ovor his ll)3, nnd Margaret of Austria, M while almost within tho grasp of H doath, In n terrific Htorm at sua, calm H ly sat down and coniposcd hor epitaph M In vorso. Tho ship weathered the H galo, howovor, and tho epitaph was B not needed. Tho Sunday Magazine. H A Monst...

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. — 12 January 1907

'al AN IMPORTANT CASE Patient Cured of Ataxia Gives the Entire Credit to Dr. Williams' Pink Pill. Mrs. S. C. Wcllocl:, of 114 Clovcland Avenuo, Everett, Mass., the wife of an employe In tlio government works at Chelsea, says: "I find been troubled with nervous ness for ten years and tho disease Kept srowlns on mo. Then I learnod that I wes sulTcrlnff from locomotor ataxia. I had terrible tremblings In JJiy rlsht leg which would set rigid iul when this happened In tho street 1 unj to stand still until It passed nway to keep from fnlllnpr. My rlsht nrm feltns If a thousand noodles wore prlcMiiR It. Tho sheet touching my hneo In hod would nenrly cause mo o scream out with pain nnd both Knees were so veal I could hardly stand. "I had to tiso n cane and bo helped about by my son. Then tho pain lie- Ban to settle In tho calves of my legs nnd tho muscles became- numb and quivered constantly. Tho cords un- der my knees Formed to bo drawn tip tight nnd tho terrible hhootlng pains In my logs ...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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