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State Architect Says They Will
THE COMMITTEE VISITS BOARD.
Stir up the Members nnd Got Assur
ance That the Work on Nebraska
Institution Will Start Before Very
Long Mr. Tyler Is Busy.
A cotnmtlloo of Norfolk business
inuii vlHltt'tl Lincoln Tuesday , returnIng -
Ing Wednesday , In the Interest of the
Insane hospital whirl ) Nebraska IIHH
appropriated $1011.000 for. They
Htlnod up the Htutu Hoard of 1'ubllo
hands mill lliilldlngs mid wore prom
ised that the plans would bo roiuly
liy November 1.
State Atrhltocl Tyler assured the
committed thnt bo Is now at work on
tlio plans and that ho will hnvo Ilium
ready within loss than a month.
After that It IH understood thai tlmo
will havu to bo taUon out for bid ad-
Yorttslng and to atltind to othur pre
liminary dotallH before actual labor
limy bo begun.
The committee consisted of 0. A.
Lulkart , W. M. Robertson , W. 1 ! .
HuchoU , N. A. Kalnbolt , Hurt Mapos
nnd ( ' . H. Jenkins.
It IH believed tlio pliuiH can lit )
complolcd and tbo contract awarded
during tlio month of January HO that
work on tlio building may bo com
menced early In thu spring. They
wort ) also pleased with tlio state-
inont that the boaid had adopted the
cottage HyHtoin. The building do-
Htroyod by llro will bo torn down nnd
In Itn place an administration build
ing will bo oroctod. The money
nvallablo may bo sulllclout to do thin
nnd to orocl four cottages. None of
the buildings for the patlontH will
) > o moro than two Htorlos In height.
AGREEMENT REACHED WITH THEM
State Board of Public Lands and
Buildings Promises to Start
"Wo reached an agreement with
the state board of public lands and
liulldlngs , " said G. A. Lulkart , one
of the committee who attended the
conference at Lincoln , "whereby
Norfolk's state Institution will bo
started without a doubt In thu early
"Stato Architect Tyler has agreed
to visit the site on November 1.
Ho has agreed to have plans ready
on December 15 and the state board
has promised that if tlio plans are
ready on December 15 they will have
the contract lot by January 15 so
Hint material may bo hauled to the
point before the building season
opens nnd then the work will bo begun -
gun as soon as Hpring commences. "
C. II. Krahn wont to Plalnvlow at
Frank Oolsllglo of Tllden was in
Mrs. Wolfe was In Norfolk from
Asa K , Leonard loft for Bassotton
the Wednesday noon train.
Dr. and Mrs. Edward Tanner of
Battle Creek wore visitors in the
Mrs. G. O. Rankln nnd Mrs. Hul-
Imrt will leave Friday for a visit
with friends at Fremont.
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Donnor are
the proud parents of a little son who
has arrived at their home.
Mrs. Charles Tarboll of Saguache ,
Colorado , Is visiting Mrs. II. E. Owen ,
corner Twelfth btreet and Nebraska
Henry Schumacher of Tildon , a
prominent farmer and old settler In
.Antolopo county , was in Norfolk
The Ladles society of the Congre
gational church will meet with Mrs
Mary Mathowson Friday afternoon ,
instead of Thursday.
WoKk on the frame of H. E
Hardy's now coal olllco on North
Fifth street Is well under way ant
advancing between bhowors.
Dr. A. Bear was called to Battle
Creek by telegram Tuesday after
noon to attend F. J. Hale. Mr. Halo
is quite 111 but In no danger whatso
United States Veterinary Inspector
Jones , who has headquarters ii
Norfolk , went to Lynch on Thursda >
noon to Inspect a largo shipment o
Rev. W. R. Peters , pastor of the
Norfolk circuit of the M. E. church
has removed his family hero frou
Scrlbnor and they are located at 4 : u
South Fourth street.
A telegram to J. D. Sturgeon an
jiouncos the critical illness of his sis
tor. Mrs. Hatcher , at Fort Collins
Colorado. Mrs. Hatcher will bo re
inenftiorod in Norfolk as having vis
Ited hero about a month ago. She
has boon 111 over since her return ant
is expected to die at any niomen
from the ojfeets of typhoid fo\or.
The following are some of th
bankers of northeast Nebraska nt *
tending the state mooting at Llncoli
this week : E. C. Million. Elgin ; W
T. Wattles , Nollgh ; C. H. Cornell
Valentino ; Geo. C. Merrill , Carroll
M. Bengcr , Columbus ; P. E. McKil
lup , Humphrey ; E , A. Wlltsle , Pen
dor ; Harold Forrest , Lyons ; Georg
J. Adams , Hooper ; C. W. Prlestle )
) akdalo ! Congressman 3. J. Mc
Carthy , I'onca.
The autumn noamm Is now on-
onvorlng to demonstrate that It IB
H much of an old Hoalc as tlio bal-
neo of thu muninor In this vicinity ,
nil ( hero are those who are already
teglnulng to fear that next Hoason
will bo weter than the hint and that
IHTO will bo stacltH on HtacltH of
HIHIW between Union and during the
The marriage of George H. Wha-
> y. formerly principal of the Nor-
oik high school , and MHH ! Ilettha
lomlnglon , will taku place Wodnos-
ay night In the Congregational
hurcli at Nollgh. Rov. W. J. Tur
ner of Norfolk will perform the cor-
oniony. Mr. Whaloy will bo cordially
remembered by many Norfolk frlemlH
and MHH ! Remington Is a prominent
oung lady of the Antelope county
P. F. Doyens and wife took In the
'real carnival at Omaha lint I of the
E. Nurnherg and family returned
rom their Illinois trip Tuesday af-
C. H. Johnson and wife went to
) nmhu Wednesday to take In the
Ights during the carnival.
The Peoble and Hlxon farm wan
old last week at the fair price of
50 per acre. Bruce Sires made the
Contractor Kepler began work on
he Hank of Plalnvlow block Monday.
A second story Is being built over
ho went wing.
A. L. Button went to NorfolkTues-
lay whore ho took charge of a big
ixenrslon of land seekers to North
) akotn. Several prospective buyers
iccompanlod him from this point.
Orr Palmer , George Wellor , Her-
nan Nelson , Al and Dick Dnnaway
mil Frank Flck attended the grand
mil at Meadow Grove Saturday ovon-
ng. The Dunaway Bros , furnished
he music for the danco. All re-
urnod Sunday morning.
TWELVE COACHES TO BONESTEEL
t Is Expected that Fully 800 People
Will Take Advantage of the
Prospects at the Northwestern
icadiiuartors this morning wore that
it least 800 people will take advan-
age of the cheap rate to Bonostool
tonight and that fully twelve passon-
gen coachoa well bo required for the
.transportation of land seokors. The
excursion train will leave Norfolk
Junction station at9IO : o'clock , ar
riving at Bonesteol Thursday morn-
A good program of sports and at
tractions , including the famous war
lances of Chief Boar and Hovoral
cowboy feats of daring , has been ar
ranged by the enterprising citizens
if the end of the railroad. The res
ervation land , consisting of 410,000
icres of government ground which
will likely bo thrown open soon , will
bo visited nnd thoroughly Inspected
[ > y the city's guests.
Excursionists will arrive In Nor
folk on all evening trains from Sioux
City , Omaha , Fremont and ether
points , to say nothing of the jam
which Is expected from the North
western line west.
PLAINVIEW MAN IS GONE.
D. H. Fair , Merchant Burned Out ,
Plalnvlow , Nob. , Oct. II. Special
to The News : D. H. Fair , one of
the merchants whoso store was
burned in the recent fire , has lett
town and has neglected in his de
parture to liquidate a number of fl
nanclal obligations In Plalnvlow. The
man whoso house Fair lived in is
holding the sack. So is the tele
phone manager. So , also , a furnl
turo dealer and several others for
small amounts. It Is thought Fair
went to Omaha. Before leaving he
told some of his creditors that ho
had received no insurance mono }
nnd was unable to pay. To others
ho said nothing. Good authority
however , points to the fact that Fair
did receive his Insurance. It is
claimed ho hauled his housohok
goods to the train without knowledge
of people in town nnd when an attachment
tachmont on property was attemptoi
the goods had gone.
SAD DEATH DF A CREIGHTON MAN
Aleck Johnson , After Two Weeks
Illness , Dies of Consumption In
Crolgliton , Neh. . Oct. 15. Specla
to The News : Aleck Johnson , BOI
of Mr. nnd Mrs. Paul Johnson of th !
city , died this morning at Jiilobuvg
Colorado from consumption after hn
two weeks' Illness. The decease (
man leavVs n wife and three little
girls. Ho was but twenty-four year
old and an eminently popular youui ,
man. A brother twonty-oiio years o
ago died of the same disease in th
spring. The remains will arrive to
morrow and the I'unoral services , h
charge of .Mr. Oleson of NVausa , wll
be hold on Saturday afternoon.
He-hides his own family there nr
a heartbroken father and mother , tw
brothers and two sisters.
. Card of Thanks.
Wo wish to thank the inanyfrlond
who wore fao kind to us In our sai
allllction in the death of our blosse
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dyorly ,
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Hyorly ,
Sisters and Brothers.
Degrees of the Royal and
CONFERRED LAST EVENING.
Officers of the Grand Council Were
Present and Did the Work Link
Between Chapter andCommandery ,
Well Pleased Members.
At the regular meet Ing of Daman-
IIH chapter , No. " 5 , H. A. M. , hold
ml evening , the Hnynl and Select
ogrooH wore conferred upon a mini-
tor of candidates , Hc.sldoH the local
lemborH there wore present \V. L.
llltor of Oinnlin , grand master of the
'rand council , Arthur Truondnlo of
'romoiit , Judge PhelpH of Schuylor ,
udgo GrlmlHon of Schuyler , A. H.
Icaghcr of ColumhuH , all officers of
lie grand council of Royal and So-
oct Masters. Those upon whom the
egreoH were conferred were very
veil pleased with the work. The
loyal and Select degrees form a link
letwcon the Chapter and Command-
ry work In Masonry and are gain-
ng In popularity wherever Intro-
A special dispensation will bo Is-
ueil to Damascus Chapter to confer
ho degrees and when there are
niotigh members In Norfolk to con-
tltulo a council ono will bo estab-
Ishod. The grand olllcors loft for
heir homes this morning , promising
o return and Institute a council
when Norfolk s roady.
LOCAL VIEW OF AWFUL AFFAIR.
The death of Johnny Wagner ,
aged live , occurred last Saturday
nornlng. and In this' appears to bo
nvolved ono of the most shocking
ragodlos over heard of In this vi
cinity. Conflicting stories make it
uird to ascertain the true facts In
ho matter , but the account first cir
culated and qulto generally given
credence In dlcatcs that the llttlo
) oy was the victim of a deadly as
sault committed by two older school
mates and that his death was the di
rect result of the brutal treatment
received at tholr hands. Johnny Is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Wag-
lor , living about ono mile south of
own , nnd had been attending the
Oakdnlo schools , In tbo beginners
class. On Tuesday afternoon of last
week the llttlo fellow came homo In
an exhausted and Injured condition ,
mablo to hold his head up straight ,
but neither the boy nor his folks
.hen realized the serious nature of
ils injuries. From the account the
loy gave his folks of how ho got
inrt It would seem that ho was set
ipon by the boys , presumably in the
sandy lane west of the school ground ,
and whllo prostrate on his face in
: ho sand was jumped upon by the
Kiys , which severely injured or party -
y dislocated the upper part of his
spinal column , nnd also forced con
siderable sand Into his mouth. Ho
save the Blames of Sammy Black and
Nat Wilson , nine-year-old boys ol
the primary department , as his as
sailants. So far as known , no ono
else saw the affair. It developing
that the boy was badly Injured , a
doctor was called who found the
boy suffering from severe Injuries to
the spinal cord. The boy lingered a
few days , becoming partly paralyzed
after a time , and died at 1 n. in. Sat
urday. A coroner's jury was ompan
clod and the Inquest hold Saturda >
afternoon. The ovldonco submitted
to the jury was not sufficient In its
estimation to enable it to declare
the cause of the fatal Injury to the
boy or to fix the guilt upon any per
son. The Black and Wilson boys
denied knowloge of the matter
though It was reported they made in
criminating admissions before the
fatal termination of the case. Were
the Injuries Inflicted accidentally or
unintentionally nnd without malice
it might do to stop hero. But if the
llttlo boy was assaulted in a vicious
manner with intent to do him great
hurt , then it practically amounts to
murder and It will be most unfortunate
nato If nothing can bo done to con
vict tlio guilty parties and give them
a penalty commensurate with the
crime. On Saturday afternoon the
funeral was hold at the home. It is
a sad blow to the family. Johnny
had always been a strong , health ;
boy , and the cruel manner of his
death Is an agonizing thought to his
family and friends. Oakdalo Sen
Judge Meyer was in Lincoln las
week , having some cases to bo presented
sented to the supreme court.
Tlio rain on Tuesday seriously Interfered
terfored with the threshing opera
tions in this Immediate vicinity.
W. V. Allen went to Lincoln las
week to look after some matters ii
the supreme court in which the ilrn
of Allen & Hood Is interested.
Nathan Lowry , who operates a
largo ranch In Stanton county , wa
In the city on Monday handshaking
with his old-time friends , and al
wore pleased to greet him.
Mrs. J. J. Clements received won
from Marengo , Iowa , on Tuesday
that her brother , Charles Clapper
who resides there , was quite sick
and she took the train Tuesday even
Ing for his bedside.
Miss Mildred Fraser , who ha
been spending the past two month
In Colorado , returned on Thursdaj
evening last and save her parent
surprise , ns they were not looking
or her coming that evening.
Chan. Ofe , and family from near
Oakdalo , visited at the homo of ( Jeo.
Croltninn , Sunday. They were en-
onto homo from Creston , where
lioy had gone earlier In the week
n a visit to friends and old neigh-
COMPANY L DRILLING STEADILY ,
Norfolk Militia Boys arc Getting In
Shape to Do Things to the
Tbo boys of company L will give
hi'lr Hocond dance of the Reason lit
Armory hull tlilH evening and It IB
expected that n big crowd will at-
tend. The tnllltlamon are jiiRt now
putting all of their spare tlmo got-
Ing ready for the camp at Fort HI-
IP.V lOvory night the boys uro drill
ing hard at the armory and just now
they are getting In shape on battal
ion drill. They expect to do things
o other companies In camp nnd
every Indication points toward the
fart that they will. Tbo Stanton
contingent will arrive on Friday
light In charge of Captain George
The Ladles guild of Trinity church
will meet with Mrs. Doleson Friday
ifternoon at 'JtO. : !
0 W. Hamilton of Croighton was a
guest over night at the homo of his
son , F. L. Hamilton. Ho was on his
way home from Dodge City , Kansas ,
where ho has been looking over the
country with a vlow to Investing.
I'ho fanners there ilnil that they can
raise abundant crops of winter
wheat without Irrigating , and Mr.
Hamilton Is of the opinion that the
country will build up rapidly. He
visited one farmer who bad 10,000
iiishols of wheat stacked up in his
yards , having no granary room In
which to store It.
The early morning train from No-
llgh brought to the city Mr. and Mrs.
George H. Whaley who were married
at Nollgh last night. Mr. Whaloy
will bo remembered as having made
Norfolk his homo during his high
school prlncipalshlp. Mr. Whaloy
spent most of the morning calling
on his friends In Norfolk. Somehow
or other they had all hoard of It be
fore ho came around and they also
had been put next to the way ho was
Jollied by Mayor Mad Huffman of No-
llgh after the ceremony last evening.
Mr. Whaley was given no surcease
from the jesting hero.
For several days past there has
lieon a disagreeable if Interesting
spell of weather. Intermittent show
ers and a chilly northeast wind have
started numerous colds , and not a
few cases of grip , so that the doctors
are again having something to do.
The sun has not shown his face for
several days , and the dampness re
sultant has lowered the vitality of
the people so that they have been
ready victims to the germs of ag
gravating If not dangerous diseases
that have been floating around
through the air. This morning the
wind changed to the northwest and ,
though damp and chilly , It has boon
loaded with 07.0110 that makes the
people feel decidedly moro comfortable -
able than the depressing northeaster
that has held sway.
L. J. Horton and G. A. Eborly went
to Papillon Sunday noon on business
Mrs. A. A. Kearney was a noon
passenger to Fremont to visit with
Mrs. Joe Vlges left yesterday noon
for Boomer to visit with her parents
a few days.
Mrs' B. B. Baer and son wont to
Omaha Friday morning to spend a
week visiting with relatives.
On Tuesday Judge Vining Issuer
license to wed to Emil Sporlng , agec
22 , to Miss Ida Kuber , aged 18.
Albert Pllgor , Chris Toxley , Pete
Davidson and Will Brown drove to
Pilgor Sunday morning to visll
among their friends.
H. D. Miller and his sister , Miss
Gertrude , wont to Omaha Friday
noon to witness the play of Ben Hur
They returned homo Saturday noon
Henry Lambrecht , Herman Soidol
\Vm. Sydow , Bob Appleby , Mr. ant
Mrs. John Kelly and Mrs. A. F. Enos
and daughters wore noon passengers
to Omaha today to. attend the Ak-Sar
Last Friday Mr. and Mrs. , T. J
England , Mr. and Mrs. R. Y Apple
by. Mr. and Mrs. M , B. nnd Mrs. Hen
rietta Myers , Mr. and Mrs. Hobor
Grattun and II. D. nnd Miss Gertrude
Miller went to Omaha to attend the
play Ben Hur. They were greatlj ,
pleased with the rendition of this
WEDDING AT PILGER.
Mrs. L. G. Grainger and Mr. Eaton
of Iowa , Married.
Pllger , Neb. , Oct. 15. Special to
The News : At the homo of Rov. F
P. Kennedy last evening at 0 o'clock
the marriage ceremony uniting Mrs
L. B. Gralngor , formerly of Ply
mouth , Illinois , and Mr. Eaton o
Emerson , Iowa , was performed. The
hrido has made her home in Pilgor
for six months. Mr. Eaton is a bust
ness man at Emerson and is von
wall-to-do. Ho will go west today t <
look after land interests and return
ing next week will tnko Mrs. Eaton
to tholr Iowa homo. The ceromon >
was performed In the presence of a
few intimate friends.
Precinct Convention Held in
City Hall Monday.
WAS A BAD NIGHT FOR MEETING
But Despite the Elements , a Large
Number of the Party Turned Out
to Help Place a Ticket In the
Field Prospects Never Brighter.
For Justices of the peace S. W.
Hayes and L. M. Gaylord.
For constables J. A. Hninoy nnd
I. M. Covert.
For road overseer district No. 1 ,
For road overseer district No. 8
Vugust Sennit ? .
That is the ticket which the re
publicans in precinct convention at
ho city hall Monday night , placed
It was a bad night for a convcn-
.Ion hut for all that a number of the
oyal members of the party came out
'or the convention and helped name
the ticket. The convention was en-
.huslastlc and speeches tended to
show that prospects could not bo
The committee was empowered to
The following are members of the
committee : W. H. "Wldaman , , Take
Li. Horshlser , S. R. McFarland , Jack
iCoonigstoin and C. P. Bycrly.
"If I Could Get Rid
if this abominable cold , " exclaimed
; ho sufferer , when the end of a
spasm of coughing gave him a
chance to talk. The way out of the
trouble Is plain. Take Allen's Lung
[ Jalsam before the merciless grip of
the cold has fastened upon throat
nd lungs. After a few doses the
cough is easier and less frequent ,
and a complete cure is but the ques
tion of a little time.
PLANTING 10,000 FINGERLINGS.
Superintendent W. J. O'Brien of the
state fish hatcheries at North Bend
lias just succeeded in convincing the
government fish authorities that No-
Liraska should bo included in the
list of trout states , and has secured
a consignment of 10,000 rainbow
trout from the government hatchery
at Neosha , Mo. , which ho will plant
In tlio Nlobrara , river and its tribu
taries. He has been able to secure
fish eggs of almost any kind de
sired , but this is the first consign
ment of trout set aside by the gov
ernment' hatcheries for Nebraska.
The 10,000 secured are what Is
known as fingorllngs , which means
that they are from six to twelve
months old and quite competent of
looking after their own welfare.
Rainbow trout were selected because
they do well in Nebraska streams ,
although brook trout are equally suc
cessful. An attempt to plant lake
trout In Nebraska has met with fail
ure. Of other varieties in the waters
of North Nebraska , Superintendent
O'Brien is quoted as saying :
"Tho brook trout have made a bet
tor showing and as a result of their
Introduction , practically all the
tributaries of the Niobrara river con
tain this species. During the sum
mer of 1901 I had an opportunity to
examine some of thcso streams , and
have seen many line trout taken. It
Is no uncommon sight during the
summer months to sco strings of
from a dozen to fifty trout brought
into Nellgh , Ewing , O'Neill , Atkin
son , Stuart , Long Pine , Bassett ,
Tohnstown , Valentine , Chadron , Harrison
risen and Crawford. The principal
streams in which they are found are
the Verdlgro in Antelope county ,
the Bazllle in Knox county the
Eagle , Red Bird and Big Sandy In
Holt county , Pine and Plum in Brown
county , Evergreen , Mlnnechaduza ,
Boardman , Gordon and Schlegal In
Cherry county , Chadron and Bor
deaux in Dawes county , Hat , Sow
belly creeks and White rlvor In
Sioux county. Limited numbers are
also taken in the headwaters of the
Niobrara In Sioux county , they are
also found in a few streams in CUB-
tor , Keith and Kimball counties.
Llko the brook trout. th rainbow
trout have also proven very success
ful. They arc found in practically
all the streams that contain brook
trout , and specimens weighing as
high as seven pounds have been ta
ken from Pine creek , Brown county
I personally caught ton in a small
tributary of the White river In
Sioux county in 1898 that weighed
in the aggregate nearly forty pounds
As no trout wore found in the state
previous to 1883 , I think no one wll !
question the success of "this branch
of the commissioners' work. Hun
dreds of people go out from Omaha
Lincoln and ether towns to fish in
thOhO clear sparkling streams for
trout , and the nionoy spent in this
way IB considerable.
The rainbow trout have made If
anything a bettor showing than the
brook trout in the streams in the
northwest part of the state , and the
demand for the stocking of streams
with this llsh is extensive and Insist
From about forty brown trout In
the ponds , wo collected about 25,000
eggs during the 1901 spawning sea
son , and about the same number the
past fall. Small plants of those
trout have boon made several times
along with the brook and rainbow
trout , but tholr introduction into the
waters of this state has not been at
tended with the same success , as
has the brook and rainbow trout
hose planted hint spring wcro put
n with the rainbow trout and
counted as such. Were It not for the
act that wo have n few breeders OK
mud I would favor dispensing with
heir culture. Wo have abundant
ovldonco that the brook and ralnbovr
rout are best adapted to the waters
> f this state , and the propagation
> f ether trout has boon largely a
waste of tlmo and money. "
MYSTERIOUS FIRE AT NIOBRARA ,
; ire Broke Out in the Draper House
From Unknown Cause , but
Croighton , Neb. , Oct. 15. Special
, o The NOWH : Fire which started
'rom an unknown source , caught in
the Draper house at Niobrara this
morning nnd threatened damage for
a tlmo. The blaze was finally ex-
.Ingulshod by hard lighting men and
Ittlo harm resulted. There is no clue
as to the start of the flames.
Light Business for Them at Albion.
Albion , Neb. , Oct. 15. Thieves en
tered the C. & N. W. depot in this
city Monday night by prying through
the window and they wore success
ful In getting the sum of J3.05 in
small change that was left in the
money drawer. They loft the safe
without trying to break into It.
They also entered the moat market
of J. E. Vascy and obtained $1.50 in
pennies and nickles. It is supposed
that the work was done by some lo
cal parties although there is no clue.
Albion has experienced several
small burglaries In the last year and
up to date no arrests 4 > ave boon
RAIN IS A BIT DISAGREEABLE.
Bonestecl , S. D. , Oct. 15. Special
to The News : With a rather dis
agreeable rain falling upon thorn ,
522 excursionists , occupying sixteen r'
passenger coaches and requiring two
special trains to carry them , arrived
in Bonesteel early this morning to
look at the tract of reservation land
which is to bo opened to homestead
ers at some future date.
Te first train arrived over the
Northwestern at 4:50 : o'clock nnd the
second came in at 5:25 : this morning.
The visitors were a bit tired after
the night's ride but good breakfasts
braced thorn quickly. On account of
the weather all of the sports planned r
for this afternoon may not bo carried
out , but Chief Bear and his band of
warriors are hero and there will
likely be something doing.
The visitors arc pleased with Bone
stecl , its location , its enterprise and
its modern advantages.
She Has Cured Thousands
Given up to Die.
Practicing Aleopathy , Home
opathy , Electric and Gen
Will , by request , vliit professionally
NORFOLK , NEBRASKA , PACIFIC
HOTEL , THURSDAY. OCT.
29 , ONE DAY ONLY
returning every 'our weaki. Consult her whIU
the opportunity ia at band.
DR.CALDWELLlimiUlier prnctce to IU
special treatment of diseases of the eye , ear.
noes , throat. Innss , female diseases , diseases ot
clnldroa iind all cbruuic. nerron > and burgical
dlBoasre of a curable unturo Early consump
tion , bronchitis , bronchial catarrh , clirrnio
catarrh , bonda I.e , comtlpatlo , plomaeh nnd
bowel tronb eg. rheumatism nenralgia , eci-
allea , lirieht's dlirnBo.kldney dieoaeos.dUeatei
of the liver and bladder , dimness , nervousness ,
IndlKOBtlnn , obesity Interrnpted ntritlon.
slow growth In chlldre" . and all wanting dig-
. in adults deformities
oajo. , dob-foot curve-
lureot thosplnu , dlseaHOBoftlie brniu , paraly.
bis , heart dieeaco , dropsy , swollln * of the Hmba.
strlPtnre , open sores , pain In the bonee. granu
lar enlargements and nil loug-etaudtng die.
enses properly treated ,
lilnod mill hkln DlKeatieit.
rimplos. b'otchcs , oruptionb , liver spots , fall
ing nf the hair bad complexion , eczonm , throat
ulcere , r.o. . o mine , Madder t.oubles , weak
back , burning nnno.pn sint ; urine lee often.
The ollocts of constitutional sickness or the
takiiiB of too much injurious medicine rocolvo *
sosrch'Dg treatment , procrpt reliuf and a cnrs
for life. .
nirpaBCfi of women , irregular moubtnmUou.
fnlliLg of the omb , bonrlug dowu pains
fomii'o " 'hplacomonts , lack of Koxnal tone.
I one rrhea eternity or barrenness , cnntnlt
Dr Lnlilwoll nut * elio 111 chow thorn the can 9
of their trouble ami the way to become cnroj.
ClIIICMIM , rioltlir , riHtlllll , I'llt-8
an t enlarged glands treated with tha subcu
taneous IDJCCI on motliod , absolutely without
pain anil without th lew * l a drop of blood
is one of berowndlbco\ericand in really the
mosUoient He method ot tufa advanced
Dr. ( aldwell has practiced her profession nge In
some of the largest hospitals throughout the
couu ry. Shela. no buperl r I. , th ? treating
nud dlaguoeing dleeabOB , de'ormitios , otc. She
has latlj opened an otllcn inOmahn , Nebraska ,
where she will epeiiUH portion of each week
treatlrg hnr many patients. No incurable
cases accepted for treatment , Consultation
examination and advice , one dollar to those in
ereHed. Da. DBA CALUU KI.I , A Co
Address all mall to IIoo Dnlldlng , Omaha
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