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TIIK XOIM'OUC NKWS : I'MUDAY ' , APHII , in , 100-1.
COMMISSIONEH GENERAL LAND
OFFICE REVOKES ORDER.
ARRESTED TWO YEARS AGO.
Assessed n Small Fine , but la Now
EoMierated Judtjc of Oreoory
County May Again Take Final
Proof Action and bo Recognized.
JFroin Moiulny'N luillv.l
Tlio nrrost of County .Indue F. M.
Sturcliop u llltlo loan than two yours
HIM 1 still froah enough In I lie inlnilH
of Gregory county rlllr.oim Hint the
following derision of Iho Honorable
Commlwdonor of tlio ( Jotionil Lund
Olllco will bo self explanatory , nays
tlio Roiipslool Pilot Tlio many
friends of Mr. Sturdier , not ulono In
this cniinly , lint over tlio onllro stale ,
will In- highly pleased to Know Hint
ho hns ill Insl succeeded In placing
tlio lilmun where It belongs.
Department of Iho Interior.
( Jonornl I.mid Olllco.
Washington , n. r. MuiTii ii 1001.
Register nnd Receiver , Cliauibor-
lulu , 8. IV Sirs : 'I'hroo homestead
olulnmntH inndo cniuniulallon proofs
on thi'lr ontrluH lit tlio imino tlmo before -
fore Kdwlu M. SlurHier , eounly
judge. In those proofs certain inn-
( orlul fuels wore misrepresented , nnd
when confronted with thlH falHo tostl-
inony , tlio claimants Honied Hint I hey
inudo tlio statements appearing In
tliolr pniofH and asserted ( lint they
worn written Into Iho proofH by
Judge Stnrclicr after they had signed
thoin. Judge Sturdier not being able
to controvert Iho testimony of MIOHO
( hroo plalnianlH except by his own
oath was forrcil to pay u nominal
lino. This olllco being Infonnoil of
the fact and mil being aware of ( ho
extenuating circumstances or the
actual conditions under which Judge
SI urc lie r was forced to pay u nominal
line , directed your olllco to decline
to recognize or receive further proofs
taken before him.
1 now have for consideration a mo
tion for tlio revocation , of that order ,
which Is supported by statements
from a number of prominent and re
spectable citizens of South Dakota
and elsewhere , and by a petition
signed by forty-seven prominent busi
ness men and county otllclals who
represent that Judge tSarohor Is a
well Known , highly esteemed and
generally respected citizen who was ,
without culpable fault on his part ,
used as a scape goat by Ihe'three de
signing entry men , who In this man
ner sought to avoid the coiineipiences
of their own faults and fraudulent
The persons signing the petition
above referred to , stute that believ
ing that Judge Sturdier has siistim-
ed an undeserved Injury and that a
grout Injustice has been unlutontlon
ally done htm , and believing that Ii
common justice the order above re
ferred to should be revoked , ( hey
' j earnestly and respectfully petitioned
jVv that the order be set nslde. The peti
Vv tion Is also supported by an accom
panying statement from former
Speclnl Agent Iturdette C. Thnyer.
In view of the facts thus represen
ted and of the further fact that the
people of the county In which Judge
Stnrcher has resided since the pay
ment of said nominal line have announced -
nouncod their continued confidence
and respect by re-electing him to the
responsible otllce of county judge , It
is believed that It Is not longer neces
sary to continue said order In force ,
and it Is therefore revoked and you
are directed to recognize him In all
mutters pertaining to the taking of
llual proofs or ullhlavlts affecting
) public land matters.
\V. A. Uiehards ,
Commissioner General Land Otllco.
U. 11. Dunn of Harllngton Is In
II. R. Sowing was here from Hart-
M. Maiming was down from Tildon
J. R. Ramsey was down from No-
Frank Solinlz of Pierce was a city
visitor over night.
A. R. Wilson was a city visitor yes
terday .from Allen.
W. 15. Reed of Madison had busi
ness in the city yesterday.
Chns. Samuolson was a Norfolk vis
itor from Newman Grove.
C. A. Hollowag of the Norfolk- shoo
store. Is sick with the grip.
Miss Jennie McCormick returned to
her duties at Lynch this noon.
A. 13. Young nnd J. II. Foster of
Wayne were city visitors yesterday.
County Attorney Hurt Rlnpos wont
to Madison yesterday on olllclnl busi
ness.Mrs. . J. T. Long went to Crete this
morning for a visit with her brother
Ilev. W. R. Peters has gone to Stanton -
ton to attend the Norfolk district
Rev. S. P. Blmrpless held services
for the Presbyterian church In Lau
John Davenport Is over from Slous
City tor a visit with Norfolk relatives
Mrs. E. K. Wnteon of Plalnvlow Is
a guest at the homo of Mr. and Mrs.
John E , Smith.
( luvV Hume * ( HIM returned from
nidni. whore he held a position In
Hie Tllden Slalo hank
Mr and Mrs Chun C Cleveland
came down from frclghton on the
iirb train thin morning
\V C. Day of Ilulllo Creek was In
the clly over night , nnroulo home
'mm a huitlneHH trip lo Madlaon.
Captain Fullmer , wiio is In slarl out
n Norfolk In an offorl to secure u
iiisi'liMll organization for thin your ,
will arrive In the oily tomorrow night
Mrs. L. H. MusHolinan , deputy gram )
natron of the O. Ij. S. , wont to Nlo-
ii-ara today lo limped the chapter
hero and will probably go to Unite
Mrs. 10. 13. Konnurd of Omaha and
Mrs. llurford of David Clly returned
o their homos Monday , after a throe *
voi'litt' visit at the homo of their pa-
oiilx , Mr. unit Mrs. L It. MiiHsclnmn.
Jacob Jiislinh'k , grand master work-
nan of the A. O. H. W. of Nebraska ,
irrlved In Iho city this morning from
luluview and will attend Iho regn-
ar mooting of Norfolk lodge at Odd
Allows' hall tonight.
Mr. and Mrs. John lluohnor huvo
gone lo lloHklns , lifter a visit with
Norfolk friends and o.xpod lo make
hat town their homo. It In under
stood that Mr. Iliiehner will take ptm-
esslou of ( he general meruhundlse
tore there which has been run by
Mr. McKlralh of Wlnsldo bus pur-
Imnod the drug store at llosklns ami
ook possession on Saturday.
Tonight closes the union entertain-
nent course at the M. 10. church with
Overett Kemp on the program In an
O L. Carroll Is organizing In Iho
M. 10. church a Moody colporlage II-
irary. There are now u hundred
looks , and u hundred more have been
Rev. W. H. Peters , pastor of the
Norfolk circuit of the M. 10. church ,
UIH Just closed a very Interesting
hree weeks' series of revival moot-
ngs at llosklim ,
The annual meeting of the lire do-
mrlmcnt Is to be held tomorrow even
ng for the election of olllcers for the
nsnliig year. As usual with ( ho lire-
nen there Is much Interest In the
'lection and there will undoubtedly
> c a large attendance to help name
Miss Anna Craig of Omaha Is heron
n charge of the operaIng ! desk at
he Nebraska Telephone exchange ,
giving Instructions to Manager
Sprecher and Chief operator , Miss
larrlson , In regard to the systoniati/-
ng of the handling of local and long
Kvery member of Norfolk lodge No.
7. A O. V. W. will llnd It worth
vhlle to be present at the regular
looting of the order In Odd Fellows'
tall tonight when Grand Master Work-
mil Jacob Jaskulok will bo present
ml have something to say lo the
lembershlp. There will also be work
n the degrees and other things of In-
oreM to the order. Visiting members
vill bo welcome. This Is tlio largest
raternal benellelary order In the city
nd the hall will undoubtedly lie com-
Indications are favorable for a lot-
p of a day or ( wo In ( ho matter of
veather and It Is To Iio hoped that
he season for pleasant days will bo
xtemled beyond the usual spring Urn-
t , ghlng the farmers a chance of for-
vardiug their work and gardeners
or getting in their early vegetables.
The lloston shoe store , corner Third
nd Main streets , has boon sold by the
nrnier owner , Frank 11. Scott , to W.
1 Van Pelt of llloomllold , the con-
( duration being given at $10.880.
Ir , nnd Mrs. Van Pelt have arrived
n the city and will make this their
ionic. Mr. Scott still retains Nor-
oik property In real estate.
With three good atractions on for
his evening it will bother some to
nuke u choice. The presence of
! rand Master Workman .laskalek at
lie regular meeting of the A. O. U. W.
vlll invite the presence uf members
if that order at the lodge hall. Those
nterosted In the union entertainment
course will llnd attraction at the M.
0. church and John GrltUth will
irge theater patrons to be pres
ent at the Auditorium to see the
ntorprolatlon of Shakespeare's "Mac
beth. " All are good In their way and
ill will undoubtedly be largely at-
The east Is not always ahead. Poo-
do living west and north of Norfolk
md for the matter of that as fur down
the main line as Scrlbner and northeast -
east to Wnyne. read about the mistaKe -
taKe In tiring at Now Cbwang yester
day afternoon before the people of
omubii or Chicago or New York , un
less the latter readers bought extras.
The war news flashed Into The News
olllce a little after 11 o'clock yester
day morning and was being road all
over northern Nebraska during the
afternoon. It came out In other even
ing papers In their regular editions
and was distributed in the cities in
time for supper. Tlio fact that Sen-
nor Quay was seriously ill was an
other item printed in the same way.
When an ) thing happens anywhere in
the world , U is Known by Tlio News
as quickly as by any other newspa
per. Wlion ox-Quoon Isabella died ,
you read It In this paper today and
others tomorrow. In other words ,
you got an evening paper in The
News on tlio same trains that bring
midnight papers , of the day before
from other points.
IMPRESSIVE SERVICES IN PIERCE
MANY PRESENT FROM NELIGH
Former Acquaintances nnd Friends of
the Fnrnlly Pny Tribute to the Utv
foitunntc Man Whoso Career Wns
Made Tr.iglc by Clrcumstancco.
[ From Monilny'H Onllv.l
The funeral of 10. O. Itoliiicrn , the
young man who died In ( ho Sioux
Falls federal prison lust week , wus
held from the Congregational church
at Plerco yesterday afternoon at 1.10 ! :
o'clock , the Ilev. J. 0. Taylor olllclat-
Ing. A largo number of former
friends wern In ultendiinco nnd a pe
culiar pathos dung ( o ( lie occasion.
Many of the prominent men of No-
llgh , who hud been associated with
lOd Uelmors and his father , camodown
lo pay a last tribute of regard for the
The sermon delivered by the pas
tor WIIH especially Impressive and was
made the moro so by the reading of
u letter from the matron at Sioux
Falls In which the gentlemanly con
duct of tlio young man during his iituy
( here and his genteel disposition wore
With the tlmo for dismissal tmch
a llttlo way off , It doomed a double
hardship that lOd Ilolmors should dlo
In prison. There ban always boon
profound sympathy for the family , es
pecially for the father who Is still In
Sioux Falls and who was not oven
illowed lo bo present for tjio burial
) f his boy.
When the two of them father anil
son arrived at Sioux Fulls to begin
serving the term which had boon
ilaced upon lliom by the grand Jury ,
hut senlonco having boon pronounced
mo Christmas eve , they were cor-
llally greeted by the warden. Tak-
ng the two strangers for visitors
'rom abroad , the olllclal courteously
ook them through the Institution
and explained ouch point of Interest.
At the end of tlio ( rip ho shut the
leers behind and bade them goodbye ,
expressing a hope that they mlglit
nivo enjoyed the visit.
"I believe there must bo some mis
ake , " suggest oil the younger Hel-
ners , whose funeral wus yostordnj
told. "We lire hero to stay. "
The warden wus astonished ami
could hardly bellovo his ears.
Among those who attended from
Nellgh were : lion. N. 1) . Jackson.
Mayor M. It. Huffman , C. II. Kelsey ,
G. W. Park , C. L. Wattles , William
Wolfe , Robert Forsyth , W. G. llomig ,
G. D. Palnmtoor. They returned on
i freight train yesterday afternoon
mil made connections with the main
I no west.
WARNER HALE OF BATTLE CREEK
Sturdy Virginian and Patriarch of a
Large Family Paoscd Away This
Rattle Creek. Nob. . April 11. Spe
cial to The News : ( irandpa Warner
Halo died at fils home here Ihls morn-
ng at I ! o'clock , aged eighty six , of
jld ago disability , and the funonil
will ho held Wednesday morning tin
ier Masonic auspices.
Warner Halo- was the father of a
argo family of pioneers of this sec
tion of country of whom his oldest
son , Hon. F. J. Halo , is perhaps the'
boat Known. PViur other tons ami
ive ( laughters survive to mourn his
OH , besides a largo number of grand
children. The second son , H. A. Hale ,
lloil at his homo In Humphrey some
tlmo since. Ttie other sons are : J.
P. Hale of Loup City ; J. H. Halo of
Sturgis , S. I ) . ; Thomas Hale of Rap-
d City , S. D. , and Cftarlos A. Halo of
Seattle , Wiishfngton. The daughters
ire : Mrs. Rosmond Osborn of Vir
ginia ; Rlrs. Alice Sutherland of Mad-
son ; Mrs. W. . Roberts of South Da-
tota : Mrs. Surah Cox of Hattlo Creek
nnd Miss Marj" Hale of Uattlo Crock.
Mr. Halo was a sturdy Virginian ,
coming to this country twenty years
ago and taking a hand with his sons
lu Its development. The family has
boon a prominent factor In the de
velopment of the west nnd Madison
county lit patrifitiar. Since then the
family homo has been at Rattle Crook
and It wns there that the family in
fluence has been most largely felt in
Madison county's development. The
family has prospered with the growth
of the now territory and are honored
and respected by all who know them.
Mr. Halo was taken sick during the
latter part of November , since which
tlmo ho has boon confined to his
homo nnd has gradually lost In
strength until the end came.
THE AFFAIRS AT BATTLE CREEK
New Cut in Elkhorn River Bed is
Done Town Board Meets for
H.ittlo Creek , Neb. . April 11. Spe
cial to The News : Anton Krivancck ,
who had been sick about throe years ,
died at his homo six miles southeast.
Ho was lUty-ono years old and moved
bore about ton years ago from Dodge
county. Ho loaves n wife , four daugh
ters , nnd four sons. The oldest
daughter Is married to Lambert
Krbcl , who nro residing nt Tlldou.
The funeral was held Saturday forc-
noon from the Catholic church and'
Interment made In St. Patrick's com-
m-ry. Hnv. Father Walsh of Norfolk
I ) . 10. Cameron of Norfolk was hero
' 'rlday In the Interest of Iho Chmd
J. W. Hirers of Norfolk was hero
list week In Iho Interest of the Os-
Kirn harvester company.
Often I raveling men coming to town
IH | ; business men , "Have yon Tlio
Morfolk Dally News ? I would like
o MOO It a minute "
Mrs. Conrad Werner , sr.p who lives
hroo mlloH west of town , Is seriously
II. She has boon sickly and under
lie doctor's care for several yoarrf.
Next Saturday evnnlng , April 1(5 ( ,
ho Woman's llellef Coijm w'll ' gi\e
in nntcrlulnnu'iit at the oporn 1101100.
The program will consist of vocal and
iiHtrumental selection ) ! , recital lon.i ,
readings , etc. The proceeds will bo
ised for benevolent purposes
Mrs. Rov. Hoffman and Miss Aug-
mtn lloodor , who have boon sick for
some time , went to Sioux Clly Friday
'or treatment In tlio Lutheran lins-
P. F. Xlmniorman completed bis
work cutting a new (100-foot ( bed of
he lOlkhorn rlvor on H. Stolio's
six miles northwest of town
Tbo now village board met nnd or-
ranl/.od by the election of Joseph Se
vern , chairman ; RI. 0. Doerlng. clerk ;
W. L. Hoyer , treasurer. A cominiiteo
was appointed to chock books of re
Irlng treasurer and clerk. The board
voted to hold regular meetings the
irst Monday evening of oacl- mouth
it the real estate oillco of Wade it
'recce , over the llattlo Creole Va'.ley
mnk. They adjourned to meet Tues-
Carl Nouwork , the 15-year old bon
) f Rlr. and Mrs. Fred Nouwork , who
esido live miles north of town , took
voiy sick suddenly yesterday morn-
ng with bond trouble. Dr Tanner
was Liiimnionod immediately.
The evening services at the Luth
"ni : church will commence at S
/clock from next Sunday on.
ADVERTISE IN THE BLACK HILLS
Party of Sioux City Business Men
Passed Through Norfolk Last
Night on an Excursion.
A Pullman car full of Sioux City
iiislnoss inon and representatives < > t
hat stock market passed through
Morfolk hist c'veniiiK onrouto to the
Ulack Hills whore ( hey will enjoy an
MitliiK and advertise Sioux Oily inter
ests for u week. They came In over
the RI. & O. and wore transferred to
ho main line of the Northwestern.
On one side of the car wns u I > ! K
streamer , "Sioux City Commercial
Club , " and on the other , "Sioux City
Stock Yards. "
AmotiK those on the car were :
C. A. Kniipp , L. L. KolloKK. K. L.
Hilton. Tlionnu ? Deal try. II. C. Plorco ,
C. I- ' . Abbott , J. II. Osftorne.V. . RI.
Ward , F. I ? , rtnrbank , O. .1. Moore ,
lohn llornick , 10. R Favllle , Iton Ora-
luini , Andy Simons , John Mclfugh , II.
A. Johns. R W. Cnldwrtll , W. W.
lloiicli , Joseph C. Head of Latrobe ,
Jerome Rlaglviiy left in advance of
the * party to arrange headquarters in
the different towns that will bo visit
ed. The car will he well stocked with
provisions , and no want will attend
Iho week's outing.
A handsome booklet , advertising
the various Industries of Sioux City ,
has boon printed expressly for use
ipou this trip. Mt has ; > 2 pages , of up-
o date , handsomely Illustrated adver
tising , ami attractive views of Sioux
Tbx- party will reach Rapid City
I hi * morning and remain ( hero until
Wednesday evening , attending the
Western South DaUota Stock Grow
ers" association April 12. The follow-
up forenoon Sturgis and Wbitowood
will be visited , the- party arriving til
Hello Fotircho at noon and remaining
tlioro until noon of the l"ttt. ; The
NQrthwratern Stock Growers' asso
ciation will then bein session at Hello
Kourche. On the tsth , the party will
run into Dead wood , spending the fol
lowing day there and at Lead. On
the evening of theICth the party will
go to Hot Springs , where Sunday will
be sp < > nt , reaching Sioux City next
.Monday nt 3:55 : p. m.
THINK THE RATE IS REASONABLE
One Advertising Firm Jumps at a
Chance to Get into the New
When a newspaper Increases Its
circulation , the benefit results for tlio
advertiser more than anyone else.
People who advertise systematically
and everlastingly , appreciate the ef
forts upon the part of a newspaper in
branching out. A good many of those
people live awny from homo. As an
example of encouragement being re
ceived by The News , a letter from tlio
R T. Rooth company of Ithica , N. Y. ,
is given :
Ithaca , N. Y. , April 7. The News :
W6 wish to congratulate you upon the
largo Incrp-iso in > onr circulation
i'.nci' list spring. With your present
i1'ruction ! your rotes ere not unrea
sonable und you may enter our order
JoC inches one year , tor which wo
will pay you $1.CO per iuch per month ,
in accordance ) with Quotations.
Very truly yours ,
The R. T. Uoolh Co.
Blank leases at Tbo News offlca.
LOCAL COMMITTEE IS OUT WORK
ING UP INTEREST.
NORTH NEBRASKA MAY PLAY IT
There Seems to be No Reason , the
Fana , Say , Why a Good Lot of Fun
Could Not be Had In This Territory
Now Other Towns Interested.
( From Monday's Dallv I
With the weather warming up ,
baseball enthusiasts In Norfolk are
getting ready for the game of tin-
season. Captain Fullmer , of Seliuy-
or , Is expected In Norfolk today to
lake charge of tlio management of a
local team if ono can bo supported.
It has boon estimated by those Inlor-
eslod Unit $210 can bo raised outside
: lie saloons , whoso contributions will
Increase the sum.
A committee has started out toi'py '
to see what can bo done and what en
couragement may bo had for the or-
; anl/atlon. Last year there was no
team here but for three years pre
vious to Hint there was good sport.
'Wo moan to give as good a team as
has boon had here , " said Spauldlng ,
tlio baseman , in speaking of it.
Already towns up the IJonosteol
Ine with whom Norfolk could play ,
such as Untie , Spencer , Lynch , Fair
fax and others , are said to bo gettir.fr
busy and a good circuit could he
formed. West Point Is also becoming
Interested and the sport this season
should prosper In north Nebraska
TRIES TO RENT EVERY HOTEL IN
IN ST. LOUIS.
WAS UNABLE TO CORNER SUITES
The Amount of Money Being Spent for
the Hearst Cnmpnipn is Staggering
Some of the Leaders Bills Will be
$3,500 a day For Room.
Through the refusal of St. Louis
holelkoopors to soil all the space In
their taverns to William II. Hearst ,
delegates to the democratic * national
convention In July and others attracted
od by the event who do not desire to
be ? the guest of Mr. Hearst will stand
a chance of being accommodated. If
the- original program bad gone through
there would have been little room left
In St. Louis for any except ITcarst
delegates and Hearst supporters.
As tilings stand there Is no parallel
In the history of national political
conventions for tlio plans that have
boon perfected by the Hearst presi
dential bureau to house an army. Ills
delegates and sboutors are to bo enter
tained , roomed and fed at his expense1
It will not cost any one who comes fo
St. Louis to vote or root for Hearst
anything except his time , so far as
can bc > learned.
At the Planters hotel Hearst has
three full doors reserved for tlio con
vention period of six days , and tried
to rent , the entire hotel. One of the
Hearst agents ottered to remunerate
tlio management to tlio amount of
several thousand dollars a day , but the
management refused oven to consider
the proposition , on tlio ground that
It expected to he in business after the
convention. Finally It was agreed to
place the eighth , ninth and tenth doors
at Mr. Hearst's disposal for the con
vention There are fifty rooms to a
floor , so the Planters reservation ag
gregates KM ) rooms.
At the now Jotforson hotel , close
to the convention hall , where the
headquarters of tlio national commit
tee are to ho located , and whore tlio
formul opening wilf take place on
Thursday , the Hearst agents wanted
to reserve live entire floors. The
management refused the request. LSnt
Mr. Hearst did succeed In reserving
ninety-two rooms , occupying two
whole llooi-s and the major part of a-
third. At the Southern hotel , whore
the Hour space is measured in acres- ,
tlio agent would have been satisfied
with a single lloo.r but on , the pretense
of having to attend to prior applica
tions he was turned away.
The cost that will attach to the
rental of rooms alone gives an ink
ling of tlio expense of tlio Hearst
campaign. Expense of what the dele
gates and sliouters cat , and of the bills
they otherwise Incur , Mr. Hearst's
hotel bill will amount to $3,500 per
day. The Hearst campaign , by its
prodigality , has staggered some of the
Surveyor is Busy.
City Engineer W. H. Lowe is just
now busy laying out the lines and
platting the property that A. J. Dur-
land is to place on the market next
week. The property that is being laid
out Is the addition Joining The
Heights on the south and the 1 Toll
man addition in the northern part of
In the police court tills morning a
man giving tlio name of Vanderbilt
wns up for disorderly conduct. It
wns believed by the jndgo that the
name was fictitious because the pris
oner had no money and was compelled
to put up his watch as security for
the fine and costs.
makes American men the
tallest and strongest in the
world and no wonder. The
most and best of it is baked
by their wives and mothers ,
and raised with the cele
brated Yeast I'oatn. Such
bread is light , sweet , nour
ishing and productive
of men of sue and
is a compound of
the finest malt , hops and
corn , made in the cleanest
nnd best-equipped factory
in the country. It's always
fresh nnd ready for use. Try
it for griddle cakes , buck
wheat cakes , or anything
where yeast is used.
The secret is in the yeast.
Put up iii a neat package
containing seven cakes-
enough to make 40 loaves of
bread for 50. Sold by all
grocers. Send for book ,
"How to Make Dread , "
NORTHWESTERN YEAST CO , ,
are the most fatal of all dis
KQKEY ! ( JURE Is I
or money refunded. Contain !
remedies recognized by emi
nent physicians as the vest for
Kidney and Bladder troubles.
PRICE SOc , acid $1.00.
She Has Cured Thousands
racticing Aloopatliy , Home
opathy , Electric and Gen
Will , by request , visit profesionally
NORFOLK , NEBRASKA , PACIFIC
IIOTTOL , THURSDAY , APRIL ,
21. ONE DAY ONLY.
returning every four weeks. Consult
her wlille the opportunity Is at hand.
DR. CALDWELL , limits her practice
to the special treatment , of diseases of
the eye , ear , nose , throat , lungs , female
diseases , diseases of children nnd all
chronic , nervous and surgical diseases
of a curable nature. Early consump
tion , bronchitis , bronchial catarrh ,
chronic catarrh , headache , constipa
tion , stomach and bowel troubles ,
rheumatism , neiiralKia , sciatica , kidney
diseases , UrlKht'x disease , diseases of
the liver and bladder , dizziness , ner
vousness , indigestion , obesity. Inter
rupted nutrition , slow growth in child
ren , and all wasting- diseases Jn adults ,
deformatles , club feet , curvature of
the spine , diseases of the brain , par
alysis , heart disease , dropsy , swelling
of the limbs , stricture , open sores ,
pain in the bones , granular enlarge
ments and all long standing diseases
Ill I and Skin DINOIINCH.
Pimples , blotches , eruptions , liver
spots , falling of the hair , bad com
plexion , eczema , throat ulcers , bone
pains , bladder troubles , weak back ,
burning urine , passing urine too often.
The effects of constitutional sickness
or the taking of too much Injurious
medicine receives searching treatment ,
prompt relief and a pure for life.
Diseases of women , Irregular mens
truation , falling of the womb , bearing
down palus , female displacements , lack
of sexual tone Lnurorrhcn , sterility
or barronoss , consult Dr. Caldwell and
she will show them the cause of their
trouble and the way to become cured ,
ClIIICITH , ( illltt-r. FlNflllll , I'lll'H
and enlarged glands treated with the
subcutaneous injection method , abso
lutely without pain ami without the
loss of u drop of blood , IR one of her
own discoxerips mid is re.illy the most
Rolontlllc method ui this advanced ace.
Dr. Caldwell has pr.ictlced her profes.
slon in pome of tlio largest hospitals
throughout the - .
r-nuntry. She has no
superior in the treating and diagnosing
of diseases , deformities , etc She hna
lately opened an oilloo In Omaha , Ne
braska , where she will nji. > nd a portion -
tion of each week treating her many
patients. No incurable canes accepted
for treatment. Consultation , examina
tion nnd advice , one dollar to thosa
DU. ORA CALDWEL1 , A CO. .
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