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TIIIO NOHKOUC NEWS : FHIDAY , MAY 0 ,
THE CLASS OF 10M ( WILL DC WEL
COMED THAT NIGHT.
TO DE HELD IN MAHQUARDT HALL
The Association at the Special Meet-
Inn Last Night Decided to Place
the Serving of Their Banquet With
Ladles' Guild of Trinity Church.
The regular annual high Hdiool al-
nnml banquet In thlH city will bo hold
tlh. year on the ovonlng of Mny 28.
lour wooUfl from tonight , In the Mar-
qiinrdt hall , third lloor. The banquet
: t will bo Borvod by the Ludlun Guild of
Trinity church and a largo crowd of
* the former graduated are expected to
bo present to welcome the Incoming
clasH , the largt-Ht that has yet re
ceived diplomat ) .
This wan determined at the special
meeting of the association which wan
hold In the high school room at 7
o'clock last night , a good sized crowd
of former high school HtudoiilH being
present. Several proposition ! ! were
mibmlttcd io the association but the
ono chosen seemed to ho the best
1 from every viewpoint.
Invitations will within a few days
bo HtMit to all "old grads" and It IH
hoped that the banquet may bo thu
host attended that has been held.
Pi-opart Ions arc bolng made for an
excellent ovonlng. Music will contin
ue during the progress of the dining.
Tasty programs will bo at the plates ,
an Houvonlrs of the occasion.
The graduating oxorclHOH will beheld
hold on the evening preceding , Fri
day , May 27 and the alumni banquet
will naturally follow.
r BICYCLE THIEVES ARE ACTIVE
Four Machines Stolen During the Past
Week , and W. C. Ahlmnn lo one
of the Latest Victims ,
lllcyclo thieves are Just at present
reaping n harvest In Norfolk , four
wheels having boon Htoh'ii during the
past wook. Ono of the latest victims
of the light lingered gentry Is W. C.
Ahlnian who lives on Madison ave-
uiio , who Is hlmsolf a bicycle man
and acquainted with every wheel In
the city. Lant ovonlng , about 7 o'clock
bo loft his machine , a new one , stand
ing besldo his door and when ho went
to look for It to place It Inside , It
was gone and In ItH place was a very
dilapidated affair with punctured
tires , that had evidently been ridden
for some distance on the rims. It
was a wheel that Air. Ahlnian did
not know and It Is suspected that It
was ridden Into town by a stranger
and"a trade made while the owner of
the better wheel was absent from
Thirteenth street Is bolng graded
so that water will run down that thor
Some of the youthful llshcrmon are
catching some very decent looking
suckers from tlio Nortbfork ,
At the rnto the people began arriv
ing this morning this will be another
big day for Norfolk merchants.
The grade teachers of the Grunt
school enjoyed a party in the school
building after school yesterday.
The lawn grass Is high enough to
require the services of the lawn mow
er and some property owners have al
ready opened up the season.
The small boy Is beginning to llvo
and enjoy spring. The first circus announcements -
nouncemonts of the season are up and
ho Is making a detailed study of the
reading matter and the pictures.
The proposition of Norfolk provid
ing a city park is beginning to have
considerable \\olght and it would not
bo a matter of surprise If the now
council took up the proposition and
worked it to a succeshful issue.
It Is expected that the government
building will bo occupied In another
six weeks. The lawns are bolng
placed lu shape and preparations for
laying the walks are about completed.
In a portion of the rooms the white
wall coat Is bolng applied and the flu-
Ishers are at work on the windows
Hattlo Creek , Neb. . May : . ' . Special
to The News : The village dads held
a short session Saturday forenoon In
which they granted saloon liquor li
cense to Wenxel Koryta and E. K.
Hans. The license Is $730. Tonight
they will moot again when they will
act on the application of Charles
Hacker and the question of granting
license to druggists. They will also
appoint a marshal and street com
William A. Carlco and family and
C. H. Wring and family arrived here
Saturday from Grayson county , Vn. ,
with intentions of locating.
Charonco Pratt , who is employed on
the cement brick walks by his broth
er-in-law , Michael Endres of Norfolk ,
was visiting hero with his parents ,
Mr. and Mrs. George Pratt.
Owen O'Xeill shipped three" car
loads of stock cattle up to his ranch
near Long Pine Friday.
H. S. Ovorockor was up to Mead
ow Grove on business Friday.
It's funny Battle Creek can't get a
rural route. People living only a
couple of miles from town got their
unit ! olllior fioni Norfolk or Mimdow
( Jno. .
A daughter wfl born to Mr. imil
MrV. . 0. Pluroa Saturday.
( ) . H , CralK wimo ' 'own ' from Intnnii
Pi May for a vlall lit Ilio homo of Mrs.
. ! . M. U'anior nnil Mm. Hurry NlUm ,
bin daughter * .
llowoll Avery of Tlldon WIIH down
li r Friday mi u vlnlt wllh relatives
iiutl In coiniinny with IIH ! brotlior-lii-
law , At. L. Thomson ( hey wont lo
I'liillo Cuntor on bu liienH , returning
Mllio I'lnuxck wont to Council IlluffH
Thurmlay anil relumed Satunlay with
IIH ! brother .losoph , who IIIIH huun
thuro for HOIUO llino In u lumpllal.
Hov. 0. KKBloBlon of Ilio At. 15.
church WIIH at Moiulow ( Jrovo and Til-
don Friday on mlHslonary work.
EAP YEAR CLUB ON BOATING
hlnk They Would Like to Enjoy the
Pastime Thin Summer , If Ever
In Their Life.
Said Anxious Annie , when the lit-
le hunch of leap year girls had gath-
rod together In their den hiHt night
though the entrancing moon made
vork outfdde more fam'timtlng :
"It IM coining lime for boating ,
IrlH , and what am you going to do
bout It ? There HCOIIIH to ho BOIIIO-
hlng lacking In the boyn of Norfolk
bout IhlH boating hualnoHH. They
, -lll promise you , along In the winter ,
hat on any number of different orca-
Ions , when the balmy days and
lights n'tiirn and the moon shines
irlght along the North fork , that yon
hall hiivo trips In canoes and all that ,
ip river. Hut when the time arrives
hey are all too bimy playing tonulH
o really do anything for you. Anil
ho result Is we huvo had to nit all
mmnor long with nothing to do but
"Tho trouble IH , " Raid Knowing
S'ellle , and any person knowing
NVlllo knows that Knowing Nellie
uiows "you have all done nothing
Iso but complain. It In my opinion
ivo have to c'omo half way. The girls
uimt take a brace and suggest a few
touting parlies and Invite the men
o come along. The aggressive girl
ivlll iiul up a lunch and then conde
scend to let the young man In on the
leal. Wo will have to take the lultla-
Ivo this year , at all events , since wo
ire In the leap year business. "
"Hut the glrln that get together to
; o up the river In a congenial party ,
lover got together at all on most prop
KsltloiiB and there IB anything but har
mony after that have gone , " suggest-
.id Cunning Carrie. "In unity there
: H strength and I move , dear sisters
Hint wo bury the hatchet. "
DECISION OF SUPREME COURTIS
EXPLAINED BY JUDGE BARNES
Breweries Which Have Got Petitions
Signed for One Man and Then Sub
stltutcd an Undesirable Character
arc Now Prohibited In It.
In speaking of the decision of the
supreme court which prohibits u
brewery from securing a llconso am
unlng It in any other than Its owi
name , Supreme Judge.1. . H. Harnos
of this city said to The News :
"Tho order will not effect any sa
loon In NorfolkIt will have little 01
no effect in northern Nebraska. Tht
case In question came from Omaha
where it was attempted by a browerj
to secure a license for one- man am
then to substitute any one whom the >
doslrcd as the manager of the saloon
The statute provides that a man Who
secures a liquor license- shall bo o :
good moral standing and that he shal
secure a. certain number of names
upon his petition. When the brewery
ory attempts to place another man li
charge , a stranger perhaps or at leas
a man who has not Individually ob
talned the names of residents upon
his petition , ho violates that law am
It was In regard to this that the de
cision was handed down. "
Miss Eva Carpenter entertained a
number of friends at her homo 01
South Twelfth street Saturday In lion
or of Miss Edith Altschuler , win
leaves the city for Canada where slit
will visit during the summer.
Drug Store Sold.
Albki | ! , Nob. , May 3. Special to
The News : G. W. Llndoll , who fo
the past twenty-five years has boon tin
leading druggist In this city sold hi
stock of goods to 15. A. Baldwin mi
John O'Neill who for the past so\
oral months have boon managing hi
store for him. These two young mo :
are boys of energy and push and wi ;
undoubtedly keep up the roputatlo
of the place.
Coal at Lynch.
The artesian well.has been showIng -
Ing a new freak the last few days.
It has thrown up quite a little coal ,
one chunk alone weighed about 15
pounds. It Is clean , with a bright ap
pearance , and rather lighter than the
average soft coal. Quito a number
of different kinds of rock and min
eral have been discharged by the well
and It has become quite an Interest to
watch It Lynch Journal.
VILL BE IN NORFOLK MONDAY ,
AMPBELL BROS. , NEBRASKANS
Illy Ferguson of This City Wns With
the Company and Snys They're the
Right Kind They Will Come Bright
and Early on Monday.
A clrciiH IH coming lo town. Camp-
oil llros. , I ho NobntHka aggregation
hlch originated down In Falrhury
ml has very frequently appeared bore -
> ro Hpcctatoi'H In thlH city , will bo
em on May 1C , two wcokn from Moil-
ay the HIUIIO day that the Rosebud
< > Horvallou opens up.
Tlie II ml advertising car for the
how IH In town today and the bill
ion are scouring the country , past-
iig up their llthographH and letting
lie people who drive hereabouts know
hat ( bore IH going to be something
Hilly Ferguson of Norfolk used to
e with Campbell Hros. , and HHVH It
s the right kind. Ho knows the poole -
lo In It and will have a lot of comps
vhen I hey arrive , bright and early
or the two performances only.
This la the llrst circus to strike
S'orfolk UIH ! year. It comes on wash
nornlng so that the approaching
raliiH can bo I ho hotter hoard. The
mall boy will hate to go to school
hat day and will CIISH the show for
lot waiting a couple of weeks. May-
jo ho will bo glad , after the day la
lone , that It comes when It does , thus
living him a chance to cut classes.
Hattlo Creek , Nob. , April 30. Spo
clal to The News : Frank Derrick and
Minnie Patton were united In
narrlago at the Catholic church
Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock by
lev. Father Walsh of Norfolk. Hoth
ire well known In this vicinity. Mr.
derrick has been for many years In
he employ of .1. .1. Hughes , while his
irido IH the oldest daughter of Wll-
lam Pattoii\j \ who lives four mile :
lorlh of town. The young people will
go to housekeeping on ono of Mr
Hughes' farniH four miles west of
own In Highland precinct.
C. M. Taylor of Columbus has been
lore this week buying cattle.
, Iohn Rlslk , jr. , IH employed again
it Jos Sovora'a general store.
Woir/.ol Koryta , the proprietor ol
ho "Corner , " has been on the sick
list thin week.
W. A. Sutherland Is papering am
painting the palace saloon. It wll
lie opened next week by Charles
Thomas Wndo wont to Fremont yesterday
torday on business.
Wlllam Hrodrolscn wont to Fromoni
Monday , where ho will make his fu
lure homo with his brother John.
Dave Carrlng of Platte Center drove
through Hattlo Creek Tuesday wltl
1107 head of cattle , onrouto to Clear
water , where ho will pasture them or
his 11100 aero ranch.
Miller Mather of Norfolk Is work
Ing here on Thomson's now brlcli
Postmaster Willis had the postof
lice repaired and repainted tills week
Walter Elly , deputy sheriff , was
hero on business Wednesday.
.John Haggi'inolor , who lives on ru
nil ronto No. 2 , Norfolk , Jumped. lnt (
the Daily News band wagon Monday
Wednesday Gworo Scckel shlppei
one carload of fat cattle and ono o
hogs ; .loo Flukra and Frank .Sabotki
ano car of cattle together and Wllllan
Klein ono carload of cattle.
Otto Tapport of Norfolk was hero
Tuesday on his regular business trip
Otto Is now the oldest man on the
road , which means that ho has bcei
with ono linn eighteen years.
Death of Baby Boy.
The baby boy of Mr. and Mrs. E. H
Gerecke , but a few weeks old , dice
In Omaha on Friday and was brough
back to Stanton for burial Saturday
afternoon. The little fellow had never
been very well and was taken to
Omaha In the hope of recovery In a
hospital. Manager J. N. Bundlck of
the sugar factory went to Stanton for
the funeral , Mr. Gcrocko holding the
position of agriculturalist with the
Finger Torn Off.
Alnsworth , Nob. , May 3. Special to
The News : Edward Henderson , who
was up In the tower of a wind mill
belonging to French Day doing repair
work , caught his right hand In the
cogs when the chain broke and his
forefinger was torn off. Dr. G. 0.
Rcniy dressed the wound.
Twenty Years Ago.
State Journal Items of two decades
The Third Nebraska district con-
ventfon mot at Norfolk and sent
Charloa P. Mathewnoii of Madison and
J. II. MoColl of Dawson as delegates
to the national convention.
G. W. E. Dorsey was declared to bo
In the lead for congress In the Third
Nebraska district , ro-igrossman Val
online having nnmri""i > d his with
drawal from the nu
MR. MEMMINGFT ARRIVES.
New President of t Citizens Na <
tlonal Banl "orfolk.
T. F. Mcmmlisidont of the
Indlmm ntulu bank Mince 1897 , baa
irrlvod In thin city to asHiiino the dn-
Ion of the president of the CltlzoiiH
S'atlonal bank , to Hiiccocd (1. A. Lill
ian who was recently killed In Nor-
oik aveiiuo by a horno.
Mr. Memmlnger wii8 elected preal-
lent of the Madison State bank In
S',17 and IIIIH altico boon connected
vlth It. HO IH aim ) at the head of an
Olgln hank. Ho baa represented the
Stewart IntoroHtH , not yet having ills-
Hod of them. Ilia present position ,
Hiwuvor , will make a disconnection
loccHxary aa .Mrs. Stewart IIIIH bought ,
stock In the Norfolk National hank
Dandellona are right assertive this
spring and It will require sonio energy -
orgy to prevent them from taking the
The lawns Mid the tree topa are
iBBumlng the shade of green that
nakoH north Nebraska one of the
lirotty placca of the earth.
The weather man came on this
nornlng with hla promised molaturo
mil there la every Indication that he
will keep It coming more or leaa dur-
ng the day.
C. E. Finch , who at ono time lived
n Norfolk and baa acrved In various
capacltlea In the employ of the Amer
ican Express company In Omaha for
Lho paat three yearn , during the last
year having been general superinten
dent of the Iowa and Nebraska divi
sions , has been appointed superinten
dent of the St. Loula olllco and has
gone to hla new field of labor. Mr.
Finch la HUi'oodod In Omaha by F.
W. Schiller of Milwaukee , who al
ready has taken up hla work. Mr.
Schuler baa been In the employ of the
American for more than a dozen years
In various capacities and leaves the
position of route agent to become su
perintendent of the Iowa and Nebras
ka work of the company.
G. A. Loveland of Lincoln reports
( ho past week generally favorable to
the growth of crops , although much
of the crop Is loss advanced than is
usual at the llrst of May. The warm
er weather following the rains of a
wool ; ago have been bonellclal , and
continuing , hla summary aaya : "Win-
tor wheat baa grown well and im
proved decidedly in condition in western
orn counties. Oats are coming up ,
with a few reports of a thin stand.
Grass hna grown slowly , hut In parts
of the state cattle obtain a living in
the pastures. Plowing for corn has
progressed rapidly and is now well
advanced ; corn planting is just com
mencing in nearly all counties. Apri
cot , plum and cherry trees are in
bloom in southern counties , while ap
ricot and plum trees arc just coming
Into bloom in central counties. "
PRIEST ASSAULTED BY ROBBERS
Rev. Father Gary of Omaha Clubbed
and Left Prostrate by Two
Omaha , Nob. , May I. Assaulted by
robbers , Father Gary , the assistant
priest at the Church of the Holy Fam
ily , Eighteenth and Izard streets , lay
unconscious most of Monday night.
The attack upon him was at 10:20
Father Gary was pacing up and
down the walks In the churchyard ,
for exercise , when suddenly a strange
man from the street 'called to him
The stranger said ho was In trouble
and needed help. When the priest
went to the gate ho was dealt a stroke
with some blunt Instrument upon the
head. Ho fell stunned. A secom :
strange man suddenly appeared from
While the two robbers were bendIng -
Ing over the prostrate figure Father
Flt/.gcrald got off the street car am :
appeared upon the scene , and the
strangers did not have time to rillo
the pocixots of the assaulted priest
They took to their heels and were
pursued for over a block by Father
Fitzgerald. They disappeared in an
alley , and ho was unable to trace
SAM PARKS DIES IN SING SING
New York Labor Leader , Sentencec
to Prison on Charge of Extor
Osslnlng , N. Y. , May 4. Sam
Parks , the Now York labor leader who
was sent to the Sing Sing penltentlarj
some months ago after a convlcttor
which was rendered on the charge o :
extortion , died in prison today.
Alpha Delta Phi Convention.
Chicago , May -I. The Alpha Delta
Phi fraternity , ono of the oldest Grool
letter societies In America , began Its
seventy-second annual convention h
Chicago today. The delegates , who
represent a majority of the leading
colleges and universities of the conn
try , are bolng entertained as guests
of the Chicago chapter of the frntcr
Revenue Collector Roberts ,
Kansas City , Mo. , May -1. Frank D
Roberts , collector of Internal rove
uue , died today of Brlght's disease
at the age of forty-two. Ho was on
of the most prominent republicans ii
Drew College Destroyed by Fire.
Carmel , N. Y. , May 4. Drew co
lego , ono of the pioneer cducatlona
Institutions for women In the counlrj
was destroyed by ( Ire entailing a f
nanclal loss of fully ? 100,000 , with
only f25,000 In-nuance.
LONG STRING OF BILLS ALLOWED
AT REGULAR MEETING.
BRIDGE HAS BEEN REPAIRED1
Family Must Go to the Poor Farm to
Secure Any Mere Aid From Madi
son County About a Score of Wolf
Scnlps In the Bunch This Time.
AtiullHon. Net ) . , April 28. The hoard
f county commissioners mot piirau-
nil to adjournmunt. All momhors
> ro8ent. The minutes of the last
Meeting were road and on motion ap-
irovod. On motion the following
) HlH wore allowed :
3r. F. 0. Walters , quarantining
.Hinall pox cases $ 1C 50
Vestern Wheel Scraper Co. ,
repairs 2C 37
Oshea & McHrldo , lumber for
road district No. 24 12 CO
Oshea McHrldo , lumber for
road district No. 31 7 Sf
Oshea & McUrldo , lumber . . . . HOC 22
Oshea McHrtdo , coal 231 55
C. A. Antlsdel , road work , com
missioner district No. 1 . . . IS 00
Stanton county , one-half ex
pense ( bridge work ) 128 00
Ino. M. Urown , bridge work . . 12 00
I. F. Ni'idlg , bridge work 5 00
I. II. Hulff , printing 10 50
City of Madison , electric light
and water rent 23 13
V. D. Howe , board for paupers 1 50
M. IX Tyler , attorney for Clark
In case of state vs. Clark. . . 75 00
Nebraska Telephone Co. , toll
and rent IS 00
I. I. Heach , hardware 12 05
' 'rank Flood , fees In case state
vs. Ed Losoy , 9 25
. M. Lund , fees In case of
state vs. Kd Losey 1 50
W. P. Uowlett , constable ( elec
tion 1001 ! ) 2 00
Martin Kane , state vs. Clark. . 11 05
II. Ballard , taking Henderson
to poor farm , . . . . 3 00
W. N. Huso , printing docketIt 50
Felix Hales , printing $10.25 ,
less tax $10.05 C 20
3nrt Mapes , salary and ex
pense , county attorney 201 90
Frank Martin , Schmidt vs. Noi-
dig l 50
I. H. Donovan , printing 40 20
itetta Leo , witness fees , state
vs. Howells $1.10 , applied on
tax of G. W. Lee.
Jacob Henderson , coflln for
pauper 20 00
Hammond & Stephens , ofllco
supplies , 19 90
Hammond & Stephens , $10.33
allowed at S 35
State Journal , books and rec
ords 38 30
Hees Printing Co. , tabs and
oil sheets 13 25
Perkins Hros , records 49 25
Geo. Harris , board for jury. . . . C 25
Walter Klnkel , S wolf scalps. . 1C 00
Herman Radon ; ? , C wolf scalps 12 00
Geo. IX Smith , commissioner
salary $73.90 and money ad
vanced paupers $3 , total . . . 7S 90
Christ Schmltt , commissioner's
salary $99.12 and money paid
for removing fence $3.CO , to
tal 102 72
S. .1. Finnegan , commissioner's
salary for 2 months 71 GO
.1. J. Clements , boarding pris
oners , jailers fees , etc 1CS SO
Gns Kaul , 2 months salary and
court bailiff 90 90
J. R. Gardels was appointed consta
ble for Battle Creek precinct.
The bond of J. R. Gardels was ap
Hoard adjourned to 1 o'clock p. m.
Hoard mot pursuant to adjournment.
On motion it was agreed not to ex
tend any further aid to the family of
L. II. Lyons unless they become in
mates of the poor farm.
On motion the tax against the State
Insurance company of Nebraska was
ordered stricken from the tax list for
the reason that they did not transact -
act any business in the county In the
Hoard of county commissioners ad
journed to May 2o , 1904.
Emil Winter ,
FINDS TEN WOLVES.
Week-Old Cubs Wm Net Norfolk Man
Just $20 Bounty.
Warnervillo , May 4. Special to
The News : Mr. Hearst of Norfolk
while driving over the school section
just east of town , found a coyote's
den and extracted ton young ones
therefrom. They were apparently
about one week old and their scelps
will net the finder $20 bounty.
Fire at Randolph.
Randolph , Nob. , May 4. Fire de
stroyed the Trawl livery barn and
contents. Nine , horses wore burned
to death. Mcshcr , Slageman & Chap
man owned the contents and lose $3-
000 with small Insurance. The lessen
on the building was $1,500 ; Insurance
The Iinploment house of W. K.
Jnckson also burned. It was nearly
empty. Loss $300 ; no insurance.
Delegates O. E. S.
Alnsworth , Nob. , May 3. Special to
The News : Mrs. Moll Hanny , Mrs.
Walter Williams and Mrs. Darnes
started yesterday for Omaha aa dele
gates to the grand chapter of the 0.
E. S. which meets there today.
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of bread without yenst
bread is cold , dead dough.
You never tasted finer ,
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moist until the last
contains the energizing
principle of leaven in its
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from healthful vegetable
ingredients , malt , hops ,
corn , etc. , in the largest ,
cleanest , yeast factory in
the world *
Tits secret is in the yeast ,
All grocers sell it at 5 cents
n package enough to make
40 loaves of bread. With
proper care it never grows
stale. Keep it on hand all
the time. Send for our book
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NORTHWESTERN YEAST GO , ,
are the most fatal of all dis
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NORFOLK , NEBRASKA , PACIFIC
HOTEL , THURSDAY , MAY
19. ONE DAY ONLY.
returning every four weeks. Consult
her while 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 and all
chronic , nervous mid surgical diseases
of a curable nature. Early consump
tion , bronchitis , bronchial catarrh ,
chronic catarrh , headache , constipa
tion , stomach and bowel troubles ,
rheumatism , neuralgia , sciatica , Kidney
diseases , Brlght's disease , diseases of
the liver and bladder , dizziness , ner
vousness , indigestion , obesity , inter
rupted nutrition , slow growth in child
ren , and all wasting diseases in adults ,
deformaties , rlub foot , rurvuture 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
IlllMXl 1111(1 Skill DNrnNCM ,
Pimples , blotches , eruptions , ' liver
spots , falling of the hair , bad com
plexion , ec-zema , throat ulcers , bone
pains , bladder troubles , weak bade ,
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 cure for life.
Diseases of women , irregular mens
truation , falling of the womb , bearing
down pnlns , female displacements , lack
of soxuiil tono. Loticorrhea , sterility
or barroness , consult Dr. Caldwell and
she will show thorn the raupo of their
trouble nnd the way to become cured ,
CniirrrN , ( loiter , I'lHliiln , 1'llcN
and onl.irged srlands treated with the
subcutaneous injection method , abso
lutely without pain nnd without the
lo8 of a drop of blood , is one of her
own dlsoovorii's imd is really the most
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