Hagan. SunGazette 29 June 1895

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Hagan. SunGazette 29 June 1895 - His i»iRS. MAKGARF.T A. HAGAN. " \Vell Known...
His i»iRS. MAKGARF.T A. HAGAN. " \Vell Known And Bucc«»frl Kltt- trlclan. Mrs, Margaret A. Hagan, proprietress trf: the- Electric Bath rooms,. 581 East Third street, Is a living example of what a woman woman can acc acc o m p 1 i s h when imbued with energy and determi- n a t i o n , whether hei flkin be as black as ebony ebony ur 8,S white as the fairest telle the sun ever cast its rays upon. Born in obscurity and reared in poverty during, during, that dark period when M _- h e r r a c e MB * was withering under the slave driver's whip, she had no opportunity of securing a complete portion'of that which was being distributed among the more.^fortunate of eaith an education. Yet with a will bora of determination, she* commenced preparing- to meet the battles of life, which her great strength of mind and natural skill has enabled her to~ triumph over thus far along the thorny paths of tiiiie. When a young and inexperienced girl In her teens, she entered Dr. Buckler's hospital, in Rnith.inrp, and took a- course of training as a nurse. Subsequently Subsequently graduating from that Institution Institution r .»h*'followed that profession in the south for a number of years, then came north and located In this city. Here she found obstacles to contend with she had not expected, chief among which, being the race she belonged to. In her own words, "colored people weren't In it in Wllliamspoi t at. that time/' .._. , .Discovering to her sorrow that such was-the ca.se and that her professional ability "would not aid "her to any great extent In"galning a livelihood, she es tabllshed a laundry at 44 TSast Thi :+ street. -This she conducted for seve I yea'rs, or up until the" lime she turn to curing people by t'n. 1 Since that timfeher success has-been marvelous In treating ail kinds jjlpdis- eases, causing her fame as a phenomenal phenomenal electrician to become widespread. Hundreds who were given up to die ; their physician and friends, nave been cured and sent-home, rejoicing by Mrs. Hagan. She Is a natural bora elec-" triclan, and her method of treatment leads only, to curative success, not patching up the sick" to" continue to eke out a miserable ovlstence, as Is too often done by regular practictloners of the healing art. There Is not a or gentleman in Williamsport or throughout the country but who -.will corroborate the above statement," and I to get more proof concerning the beneficiary beneficiary results attending her efforts In treating suffering humanity, needs only a fev minutes devoted to glancing ov,er the thousands of testimonials and.news-' paper clippings in her possession. Mrs. Hagan is now at magle's Mere, where she will remain during the heated heated season, attending to her large and ever-growing practice, and where you can 'he afforded an opportunity of testing testing her curative powers if you are victim of any disease flesh is heir to. HK8IDJSNCE OF J..T. CARTKft, 1881. (P» useut idtc of Jftiulson Blocfe, West Fo'art*

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  1. Williamsport Sun-Gazette,
  2. 29 Jun 1895, Sat,
  3. Page 42

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