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 - he lost consciousness. - - . Mr. Palmer bad...
he lost consciousness. - - . Mr. Palmer bad been in good health for some years, and death was considered by the family as a remote event. He spent last summer in E a ropes and returned in the fall In robust health. The start of his decline was a severe cold he contracted during the Christmas Christmas holidays. The cold developed Into a light form of grip which kept him confined to hU home for the greater part of the time, under under the care of Dr. Henry B. FavilL He did not take to his bed until three weeks Ago, and .then he did not consider his condition serious. He went to bed to effect a rest cure, and tb family felt no alarm. . Yesterday morning he was perfectly rational rational and was suffering little. Mrs. Palmer and her sister, Mrs. B. L. Honore. and a trained nurse, attended him in the morning. At It o'clock in the morning Mr. Palmer was feverish, but his temperature was only 101. Shortly afterward his temperature began began to rise, and early In the afternoon he became became slightly delirious. Then Mrs. Palmer became - apprehensive that his Illness was taking a serious turn, and sought to sum mon Dr. Favlll by telephone. The physician could not be reached, and Mrs. Palmer sum moned Dr. Marquis.- Marquis.- Relapses lata Stapor. At 3 o'clock Mr. Palmer sank into uncon sciousness, and Mrs. Palmer summoned all the members of the family to his room. All were In- In- easy reach and hurried to the bedroom, bedroom, except .Mrs. H." H. Honore, Mrs. Palmer's mother, who is 111. Dr. Marquis arrived shortly after 3 o'clock and saw that Mr. Palmer was sinking rapidly. He applied restoratives, but .was unable to bring him tack to consclousuc6a. Dr. Favlll and Dr. 1

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  1. The Inter Ocean,
  2. 05 May 1902, Mon,
  3. Page 1

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