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 - nvATtT FTJ.OM DRINKING TOO MUCH COLD WATER. PII...
nvATtT FTJ.OM DRINKING TOO MUCH COLD WATER. PII ILLIPS1 JURG, Jan. 24. Aaron Culver, a fireman in the employ of the Leghigh Valley Railroad i Company, died here recently after a short illness, due to excessive drinking of cold water Culver's extraordinary" capacity for drinking water made him noted along the entire line of the road. ; It was a common thing for him to. drink a two- two- quart pail or pitcher of water without removing the vessel from his lips. His usual quantity of water during the day was four gallons,; but he had been known to drink as much as eight gallons. gallons. This did not include the quantities he drank between' supper and bed time, which was correspondingly large. He never drank anything exempt water. He seemed to b al wayg; thirty, and th;e era vim? foiT water seemedo be just as strong in the winter as in the summer,

Clipped from The Gastonia Gazette29 Jan 1886, FriPage 3

The Gastonia Gazette (Gastonia, North Carolina)29 Jan 1886, FriPage 3
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