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f w M1K NnKKOI.K NIOWS : KIUDAY , JAN AUY 111. 11)05. )
BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEET TO
CHECK UP THE BOOKS.
FIND A FLOURISHING CONDITION
' Have a Total of $19,083.24 tin the Treasury -
' sury A Membership of 1,795 In the
Sate Lost But Three Members by
Death This Year.
\ The board of trustees of the grand
lodge Order of Sons of Hermann of
Nebraska held their semi-annual
meeting In this city yesterday for the
' , _ . " purpose of auditing the books of the
jt jt grand secretary nnd grand treasurer ,
and to discuss such matters as might
como before that body. The books of
both grand officers were found cor
rect and showed the order to bo In
; xcellent condition.
The funds on hand at close of busi
ness January 2 , 1905 , wore as fol
lows : Reserve fund , $14,000.00 ; ben
efit fund $5,172.90 ; general fund ,
$510.28 , making a total of $19,083.24
available cash. The secretary report
ed n membership In this state of 1-
795. Losses during the year were the
lowest since the organization of the
grand lodge in this city eight years
ago ; only three members were lost
The following grand officers were
present at yesterday's session :
Grand President Fred Volpp and
Grand Secretary J. II. Lohmann ,
Bloomfield ; Grand Treasurer J. E.
Melchcr , Wlsnor ; Trustees Carl Rohdo
and August Boettcher , Columbus , and
Aug. Brummund of this city.
Last evening tit C o'clock at tbo
Baptist parsonage , Mr. Ira Bunting
and Miss Minnie G. Marble were unit
ed In marriage , Rev. J. II. Clay , the
pastor , officiating.
The couple will malco their homo
In Madison where the groom has a
position as baker. The bride Is from
Tllden. May true happiness bo
Jenkins and Carkeek.
San Francisco , Cal. , Jan. 10. The
most Important wrestling match to be
seen hereabouts In a long tlmo Is
scheduled for Woodward's pavilion tonight -
night when Tom Jenkins and Jack
Carkeek arc to engage In a bout to
settle the question of relative su
premacy. The men have been trainIng -
Ing faithfully since the match was
made and a lively contest Is expected
to be the outcome. The articles of
agreement call for the best two out
of three falls , catch-as-catch-can rules
Evangelist Rev. J. W. Thompson
, i of Omaha , will begin a series of spe-
V clal meetings at the Baptist church
next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock.
Mr. Thompson Is an evangelist of
wide experience and of recognized
ability. Ills command of the Bible Is
wonderful. As a speaker ho Is force
ful and earnest , and his passion for
souls Is manifest to all. A most cordial -
dial invitation Is extended to all to
attend. We will give you a warm
welcome nnd try to do you good. To
the Christian people of the city we
extend a special invitation to give us
your presence , and prayers as far as
possible. J. II. Clay , pastor.
Mr. Thompson deserves to be large
ly known as an evangelist. He is a
man of very sympathetic nature and
makes hosts of friends ; secures the
respect and confidence of all with
whom he comes In contact ; holds him
self to the one thought of winning
souls to Christ ; has a faith that does
not tremble or waver ; preaches the
gospel plainly , forcibly , lovingly ; presents -
sents it from the love sldo mainly ;
i though by no * means Ignoring Its stern
aspect ; and in every way a most use
ful and efficient laborer. Ho wins to
Christ and by love. H. B. Foskett
( Essex , Iowa ) In Chicago Standard.
Willis McBrlde Is In the city today
August Boettcher , mayor of Colum
bus , was In the city over night attend
ing the meeting of the Sons of Her
mann grand trustees , and was shown
about town this morning by August
Ex-Senator William V. Allen of
Madison is the leading attorney for
the defense In the murder case against
Attorney V. R. O'Shea of Chicago.
O'Shea Is charged with murdering his
wife. This is the second trial.
George B. Butterfleld is in Omaha
C. E. Doughty returned last night
from a two weeks' visit at Marshall-
I town and Belle Plalne , Iowa.
| Mr. Gordner , formerly of Butte but
I j now of Bolso City , Idaho , was In the
' " city yesterday on business.
C. A. Blakoly has Just returned
from a trip up the Bonesteel line. Ho
reports a storm In Boyd county today.
Miss Jennie Mills Is homo from
Franklin , this state , where she visited
with Miss Helen Hutchlns during her
Rev. S. F. Sharpless left on the
noon train for Knox county. From
there ho goes to Osmond , where ho
will hold special evangelistic services
In the Presbyterian church of that
Miller Mather is building a now
homo on South Fourth street.
Governor Mickey recommended mi
appropriation for the Norfolk asylum ,
for the rebuilding of the west wing.
Fremont Tribune : Up at Norfolk
a live garter snake was discovered on
the highway. Seeing snakes Is of
course something not confined to any
season. The question IB , was the
snake actually there ?
The Warnorvlllo school baa opened
for the winter term with an enroll
ment of forty-two pupils. Miss Gertrude -
trudo Nollflon continues as teacher.
Two hundred visitors wore present at
the closing exorcises of a very suc
cessful fall term.
James and Edward .Tones , two broth
ers who had been In Jail at O'Neill for
some time , pleaded guilty to the
charge of burglary at Page and were
sentenced to one year each In the
penitentiary. A. Koaly of Knox coun
ty was fined $100 for borrowing a
horse without asking the owner's con
sent. Kealy is from Knox county.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Morrow of this
city have received word from Pasa
dena , Cal. , which says that Hey Gard
ner , formerly of Norfolk , older BOH of
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Gardner , ban been
married at that place to Miss Pauline
Cartmlll , of Bowling Green , Mo. The
marriage took place at the homo of
the groom's parents on Christmas day
and was attended by only a few of
the most Intimate friends. The groom
is now employed in a largo grocery
house there and will continue to re-
sldo in Pasadena.
State Secretary J. P. Bailey of the
Young Men's Christian association ar
rives in the city today for the purpose
of interesting Norfolk In the organiza
tion of an association hero. A big
men's meeting at the Methodist church
tomorrow afternoon nt 3 o'clock and
a largo mass union meeting tomorrow
night at the same place is the pro
gram for the day. It is expected that
thcso meetings and Mr. Bailey's per
sonal work today and Monday will
result In completing the necessary
list of members for the organization
nnd it Is hoped to not only maintain
a permanent secretary but bath
rooms , a gymnasium and other fea
tures of interest to the homo and
transient young man.
On Monday morning at the usual
hour the teachers and pupils of the
Norfolk public schools will be sum
moned from their two weeks' holiday
vacation to resume their school room
duties. Monday will be the beginning
of a twelve weeks' term to close with
the spring vacation. There have been
no material changes In the school
since its close for the holidays. The
same teachers will preside over the
same grades , and very generally the
same pupils will be In attendance. A
few new studies have been added to
the high school course. During the
vacation the buildings have been thor
oughly cleaned and renovated to pro
vide for the health and comfort of pu
pils and teachers and it is expected
that the new term will open with re
newed interest In the work.
Through the courtesy of W. H.
Bucholz of Los Angeles , Cal. , The
NQWS has received a copy of the New
Year's edition of tbo San Francisco
Chronicle , which Is a marvellous evi
dence of the development of the printIng -
Ing trade on the coast and gives a
wonderful Insight Into the growth of
the coast with particular reference to
California. The paper consists of
eight sections of eight pages each.
Many of the pages are printed In col
ors and all are extensively Illustrated ,
while the matter calls attention to the
growth and development of California ,
its desirable climate , Its mining , fruit ,
fishing , farming , lumbering Industry
and its scenic attractions. Coast pa
pers have frequently Issued these
handsome advertising numbers but
the Chronicle seems to have set a new
mark through this edition.
The Eller Rip Van Winkle company
was greeted by a full house at the
Auditorium last night and those who
attended were generally well pleased
with the entertainment. Mr. George
Mlltlmoro in the title role was a fa-
\orlto with' the audience from start
to finish and carried through a diffi
cult part with credit to himself nnd
the company. The two little tots ,
Anna Eislng and Crystal Eislng as
Little Helnrich and Little Meenle.
were popular and took the house.
The singing of Anna was particularly
charming. The orchestra music and
the specialties went a long way to
make up enjoyment to the patrons
of the house. Deserving of spe
cial mention was the bicycle act of
Professor Harrison who showed won
derful dexterity with his wheel and
it was the opinion of some of the people
ple that ho could ride anything , from
a wagon wheel to a doughnut. The
moving pictures and the illustrated
song were other features that were
well appreciated. The next attrac
tion for the Auditorium Is Lincoln J.
Carter's "Tho ollart of Chicago , "
which Is billed to hold down the
boards next Tuesday night.
WILLIS WAS SET FREE.
Holt County Man Tried for Selling
O'Neill , Neb. , Jan. 9. Special to
The News : James Willis , who was
tried in this court for selling mort
gaged property , was sot free. Ho was
arrested and tried on information fur
nished by J. II. Davidson nnd W. P.
Scott , who had sold him the stuff.
But after the trial began , Scott ap
peared and gave testimony to tbo ef
fect that ho had given Willis permis
sion to sell property.
COUNCIL MET THURSDAY NIGHT
AND PAID SOME DILLS.
DADS ARE ASKED FOR DAMAGES
Lydla Wetzcl Wants $2,500 for In-
junieB Sustained From a Fall on a
Defective Sidewalk To be Reported
on at the Next Meeting.
The city council mot In regular HOH-
Hlon. Present , Mayor Ha/en mid
Coiiucllmen Gow , IlalvorHtlno , PMHO-
walk , Spollman , Walker. Absent , Klo-
sau , Parish , Wllklnmm.
The proceeding ) * of the regular
meeting of December Ifi. 1001 , worn
road and approved an road.
The December reports of the treasurer -
surer , police Judge and street commis
sioner were road and referred to the
auditing commlttoo , as the report of
Martin Kane for tlmo extending from
May 1 to December 15 , 1001.
The public works commlttoo re
ported regarding the fence desired by
John Krantz , Hint the matter bo post
poned until spring and then the city
repair the fonco.
The auditing committee reported a
settlement with I. T. Cook and that
they had reduced the bill to the
amount of $3.00.
Mr. Gow made request for L. Sclicn-
zel for a permit to erect an Iron cov
ered barn on the rear of the lotH
where his meat market Is located.
The council referred the matter
back to Mr. Schenzol for him to fllo
plans and specifications according to
The following claims against the
city were read as having boon exam
ined and approved by the auditing
( Councilman Klesau entered at this
J. C. Lnrkln , salary and ex
pense $ I ! 1 80
Martin Kane , salary and ex
pense 33 1C
C. II. Pilgor , salary and ex
pense no 75
W. II. Livingstone , salary and
expense ' 12 00
Ed. Conloy , salary and labor.1C 00
J. W. Duncan , labor and haul
ing sand 5 00
William Zastrow , labor on
streets 3 75
John Book , labor on streets. . 1 20
George Mather , laying side
walk 10 01
Byerly Bros. , draylng 2 00
M. R. Green , hauling hook and
ladder truck to fire 1 GO
Richard Peter , repairing hose
carts 2 50
Star Clothing Co. , four rubber
coats for firemen 10 00
Norfolk Electric Light & Pow
er Co. . lighting city building 8 00
C. W. Braasch , coal to city
building 15 CO
Sailer Coal & Grain Co. , coal
to city building 3 00
Albert Degner , supplies and
hardware 1 57
M. Endres , making cement
crossings 251 87
II. L. Spaulding , salary and
postage 20 00
August Oraul , salary CO 00
L. L. Ileckondorf , hauling coal
to pumping station 9If !
D. C. Hcrrington , draylng. . . . 50
National Meter Co. , five water
meters ' 52 00
Fred Klentz , draylng 25
Norfolk Electric Light Pow
er Co. , lighting the pumping
station 3 00
L. L. Rembe , repairing motors
and corporations 2 50
Oscar Uhle , supplies I 20
II. A. Pasewalk , supplies , ex
press , and cleaning standpipe -
pipe 18 15
O. W. Rish , repairs on leaks
nnd hydrants 28 40
Norfolk Electric Light & Pow
er Co. , lighting the streets. . CO 00
Norfolk Light nnd Fuel Co. ,
lighting the streets C2 C5
The bills as read were allowed by
the following vote : Ayes , Gow , Hal-
vcrstlno , Klesau , Pasewalk , Spellman ,
Walker ; nays , none. Carried.
The claims of W. F. Donner for 50
cents and of August Schulz for $1.20 ,
both for labor on the streets were not
approved by the committee and were
l > y motion laid over until next meet
ing and the claimants requested to
appear and make more explicit ex
planation regarding the matter.
Councilman Parish entered nt this
tlmo and took his seat with the coun
Moved by Walker , seconded by Kle-
san , that the Norfolk Electric Light
& Power Co. bo required to put In a
water meter within thirty days and
if this request is not complied with
then the water commissioner Is in
structed' to put in the meter accordIng -
Ing to the provisions of the ordin
Roll call : Ayes , Gow , Ilalvorstlne ,
Klesau , Pasowalk , Parish , Spellman ,
Walker ; nays , none. Motion carried.
The claim of Lydla Wetzel of ? 2-
500.00 for damages alleged to have
been sustained from a fall on a de
fective sidewalk , and also the claim of
F. L , Wetzcl In same case wcro read.
Moved by Spellman seconded by
Halvcrstlno that the matter bo re
ferred to the auditing committee and
the city attorney for adjustment and
also to confer with Mr. Cotton regard
ing the mutter nnil report at thu next.
nuM < llng Motion carried
.Moved and Hoeondod to adjourn
S. 11 MoFarlmid , city Clorlt.
VAN HOOSENJOUND GUILTY
Colored Soldier Fined $20 for Steal-
line a Watch.
LHP Van llimoii , the colored noldlor
from Fort Nlnhntra , WIIH found guilty
of Hloallug a watch , In the Madlmm
court , and Illicit $25. The ( heft watt
committed \Vimiorvlllo , and a farm
er Hiifforod the IOHH. The value of the
watch nindu the crlmo nun of potty
larceny nnil tbo tblof WIIH lluod bo-
oaumi ho couldn't bu Hout to the peni
tentiary for It.
Allied Scliloforolt IIIIH mild hlH farm
IIvo mlle.H north to Carl Kurpgowelt
and lifter ho IIIIH dlHpoHeil of liln per
sonal property will locate at North
SnohmlHh , Washington.
Clarence Pratt IIIIH moved Into the
Allen IIOIIHC iiour the depot-
Rev , J. Hoffman and W. H. Fuontt
went to Hloux City TliurHiliiy to at
tend I bo directors' meeting of the
Lutheran hospital iiHHoclnllon.
Wm. Doyle returned Woduomlay
from a two-wool < H' visit with bin pa
rents at Hod Cloud.
Wonzcl Korytn IIIIH moved onto MH
farm ton miles north , lu i'lurco coun
Mr. IIorHt , landlord of the Prlnco
hotel at MadlRon , Hloppud here ' 1'liurn-
day onrouto to Tlldeu.
David CoHHiiIrt arrived hero
WodnoHday from Liberty , Mo. , for an
extended visit at the homo of his
daughter , MI-H. Wm. Mahor.
George Nllos and family of Mead
ow Grove vltdtod at the homo of his
parents , Mr. and Mrs. K. I. Nllen ,
I. N. NightIngale of Norfolk was
hero Wednesday In the Interest of the
Sturgeon Music Htoro.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Prouskor cele
brated their Hllver wedding Wednes
day at their comfortable homo four
miles northeast of town. L. C. Mlttol-
Rtadt and other relatives and frlendH
of Norfolk and Ilaltlo Creek were
present and many valuable presents
were received. Rev. J. Hoffman do-
llvored a brief sermon.
Adam Solp of Green Garden visited
his parents hero Wednesday ,
James Cossalrt was over on busi
ness from Platte Center Wednesday.
Chas. Fenske Is around again tosoo
his friends. Ho carries his right arm
In a sling and it will take Homo tlmo
before ho Is able to do any work.
The railroad bridge four miles west
of town burned out Wednesday night.
A farmer notified Agent Day over the
telephone on the Battle Creek com
pany's line and the passenger train
was hold hero until the bridge was
repaired , perhaps preventing a seri
ous accident. A number hero think
It would bo a good Idea to have the
depot connected with this lino.
EDUCATORSARE TO MEET
Department of Superintendence Will
Assemble In Milwaukee.
Milwaukee. WIs. , Jan. 7. Tbo fol
lowing program has boon announced
for the annual meeting hero next
month of the department of suporln-
tomlcnco of the National Educational
Tuesday , Fob. 28. Rovlow of the
educational features of tbo Ixmlslana
Purchase exposition. Papers and ad
dresses on : Means of Increasing the
efficiency of our public school worlc ;
some of the conditions which cause
variation of the rate of school expen
diture In different localities.
WednoHday , March 1. niKcusslonn
on charter provisions as related to the
organization of school systems. Re
port of the commlttoo on conference
on uniform system of key notation for
Thursday , March 2. DlHCiisslonsof
child labor , manual training , working
.ho elementary , high school and col-
In connection with the meeting of
the department of superintendence
will bo held a meeting of the Educa
tional Press association , when the
subjects of "graft" and "proposed
postal changes" will bo considered.
The National Society for the Scien
tific Study of Education will also meet
at the same tlmo nnd will discuss the
preparation of secondary teachers.
Another division to meet Is the So
ciety of College Teachers of Educa
tion. Educational psychology will be
discussed , the discussion being based
on papers previously prepared and
sent out to members.
Very Low Excursion Rates to Denver ,
Colorado Springs and Pueblo , via the
Northwestern line , will be in effect
rom all stations January 7 , 8 and 9 ,
1905 , with favorable return limits , on
account of annual conventions , Na
tional Live Stock and Wool Growers'
associations. Two fast trains through
o Colorado dally , only one night For
full Information apply to agents Chicago
cage & Northwestern R'y.
Verdel Hotel Closes.
Vcrdcl , Nob. , Jan. 9. SpcpUd to The
News : Will Canning1 , , Jgtib "KyuktCiJ
the hotel building , has t$5l f | JB8TJ *
keeping. I. A. Louncs , whiT'MfM the
hotel , lives In the roar part of It but
will not reopen the hostelry. Mr.
Klopfor , the barber , will occupy the
front portion of the hotel until spring ,
when ho will build a now barber shop.
ELKHORN VALLEY MEDICAL SO
CIETY WILL CONVENE.
MEETINGS HELD IN NORFOLK
The Ninth Annual Convention of the
Elkhorn Valley Medical Society
Will bo Hold In the ElkfT Club
Hoomn of Thlo City Tuesday.
The ninth annual meeting of Hie
KlUliorn Valley Medical HOOO\ ! | . will
bo held at Ibo lOIkH * lodge room In
Ililii city on TnoHilay , .human H ) . af
tcrnoon am ! ovenlng. The pnijnmiH
buvo JIIH ! boon iHHiied.
The liilnliiOHH Hoimlon will be called
to order n ( 2 o'clock. Tlieie will be
reading of mliiulCH , report of committee -
too on crcdonlliilii ami election to
momberHblp , payment of annual IIIOH | ,
roporlH of Hocioliiry and treiiHurer ,
and tbo roporlH of connnlllooH on ami
Illng. amuiKomoiitH , grlovimcoH anil
necrology. Tbo election of olllcci'H
The Hclontlllc. piogrum InclmlcH pa-
pern an follown :
"A fiiHo of Purpimi llomorrlmileu , "
13dward Tanner , llalllo Crook ; "Homo
General CoimldonillonH In tbo Dlag-
and Treatment of Abdominal
, " Chun. O'Nolll Rich , Omaha ;
"l.lttlo Neglected CIIHCH , " I ) . W. Heal
tie , Nellgb ; "ProHoutatlon of Several
CIIHOH , " P. H. Sailor , Norfolk ; "LUor-
Ino niHplacomontH , " W. O. Ilonry ,
Omaha ; "Primary Carcinoma of the
Niiwil Septum , " E. A. Hoard , Stanton ;
"Tho Need of PliyHlclumi Combining
for Mutual Protect Inn , " J. H. Mackay ,
Norfolk ; "Report of a Few Interesting
CaHon , " W. F. Con well , Nollgb ; "Fur
ther Observation ! ! In AppondlcltlH"C.
C. AlllHou , Omaha ; "Lachrymal Htrlc-
turo , " Geo. If. Illckncll , Omahii.
Olllcors of the association are :
prcflldent , J. J. Wllllamn ; Ilrnt vice-
president , F. L. Frlnk ; HCCOIK ! vice-
president , H. P. McKnlgbt ; Hocrolary ,
F. A. Ixmg ; troiiHiiror , W. ll. II. Ha-
CommltteoH are : CrodontlnlH ,
Frlnk , Alkln , Hoar ; iirrangoinenlH ,
Hiigoy , F. G. Suitor , Con well ; grlov-
ancoH , P. II. Sailor , Ollllgiin , Alden ;
neurology , Hlldrotb , Sackett , Iloattlo ;
auditing , Cherry , Porwm , Summon ) .
SUGAR BOUNTY ACT ILLEGAL
Supreme Court Declares That State
Is Not Obliged to Pay $40,000.
"A moral obligation can never be
doomed to roHt upon tbo people of tbo
Htate to dlKchargo a contract made by
the legislature In diiect violation of
the constitution. "
So declares tbo Huprome court In
sustaining the decision of the Lancas
ter dlntrlct court In repudiating tbo
sugar beet bounties claimed by the
Oxnard Hoot Sugar company ami the
Norfolk Heel Sugar company.
The boct companion claimed boun
ties aggregating $10,000 based on an
act passed In 1895 authorizing a bon
us for Hiigiir manufactured In the
state. Tbo claim wan not paid and
the companion petitioned tbo legisla
ture for tbo Hum. Two years ago the
legislature gave pcrmlsHloii to the
claimants to bring suit for the money.
The suit was filed In Lancaster coun
ty and to the petition of the plalntlffK
tbo state Interposed a demurrer ,
claiming that the original act cm-
braced two subjects , such an act was
not a public object and a direct appro
priation must be made. Tbo district
court sustained tbo demurrer and the
supreme court has approved tbo deci
Will Build New Home.
Henry Haano lias sold his lots at
the corner of Park avenue and Elev
enth street to C. F. I Inane , who will
move Into tbo city and build a new
dome early In the spring.
MRS , ASTOFTS LAST BALL
Twelve Hundred Guests Invjited to the
New York , Jan. 9. Twelve hundred
persons , or three times the prover
bial " 400" which Is supposed to con
stitute Now York high society , have
been Invited to attend Mrs. Aster's
annual ball tonight. AH a reason for
the unusually largo number of invita
tions many say this is to bo the last
of Mrs. Astor's famous annual balls
and therefore it Is natural that the
venerable leader of Now York society
should wish the greatest audience
present at her final dance.
The ball will bo held In the twin
mansions of Colonel John Jacob Astor -
tor and Mrs. Astor at Fifth avenue
and Sixty-fifth street. They can ac
commodate 1,000 dancers easily , and
there are two drawing rooms which
make an Ideal supplemental ball
Starts New Passenger Service.
Atlanta , Ga. , Jan. 9. The Seaboard
Air line today began the operation of
passenger trains between this city
and Birmingham. Freight service
has been maintained over the line
for some time with good business re
sults. The Inauguration of the pas
senger service between the two cities
Is supposed to bo preliminary to the
establishment of through passenger
trains between Birmingham and New
York by way of Atlanta.
is due to
Y uit Koain li thn ynnit
Hint took tlio Klrnt ( Iranil
I'run itt thn Ht , I.onU Kx-
pONitlon , nnd ! lolil | > y all
Krncum nt fxi. a p nUnE.
unoilKh for 40 lonven. Our
book "Uoud liroad" fr.c ,
NORTHWESTERN YEAST CO ,
PAR/Yl / LOANS
W. J , GOW & BRO ,
NORFOLK , NEBRASKA.
Money on Hand
She Has Cured Thousands
I'nid.iriiitf Aloopathy , Homo
opaihy , Electric and ( JcMi-
Will , by rotniost , visit profeslonally
NORFOLK NEBRASKA. OXNARD
HOTEL. THURSDAY , JANUARY
12. ONE DAY ONLY.
returning every four WOOKS. Consult
her while tlie opportunity IB at hand.
nil. CAL.nWEL.Ij limits her practice
to the special treatment of dlsoasoa of
the eye , ear , IIOHO , throat , lunga , femaJ *
dlsenBea. cllneuHes of children and all
chronic , nervous and surKlcul diseases
of u curable nature. Early consump
tion , bronchitis , bronchial catarrh ,
chronic catarrh , headache , constipa
tion , stomach and bowel troubles ,
rheumatism , nouralula , sciatica , kidney
dlHo.-iHos , BrlKlit's disease , diseases of
the llvor and bladder , dizziness , ner
vousness , Indigestion , obesity , Inter
rupted nutrition , alow growth In child
ren , and all wasting diseases In udulU.
deformities , 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 disease *
Illouil nnil Skin Dim-nut- * .
PImplcH , blotches , eruptions , liver
spots , falling of the hair , bad com
plexion , eczema , throat ulcers , bon
piilns , bladder troubles , weak baclc.
burning urine , passing urine too often.
The effects of constitutional sicknes *
or the taking of too much Injurloui
medicine receives searching treatment ,
prompt relief and a cure for life ,
DlnenKeH of women. Irregular mens
truation , falling of the womb , bearing
down pains , female displacements , lack
of sexual tone. I.oucorrhea. sterility
or barroness , consult nr. Caldwell and
me will show them the cause of their
trouble and the way to become cured.
Cniif.Tn , ( Jollcr , KlNtiiln , IMlen
nnd enlarged KlnndH treated with th
subcutaneciiiH Injection method , abso
lutely without pain and without the
IOSH of n drop of blood. Is one of her
own discoveries and Is really the most
srleiitlllp method or this advanced age.
Dr. Caldwell hits nnutivil her profes
sion In Home ol th- largest hospltnl *
throughout U < f nuiitry She has no
superior In thn trt > atum nnd diagnosing
of diseases , deformities , etc. She ha
lately opened an ottli-e In Omaha , No-
braakn , where nli will spend a portion
tion of each week treating her many
patients. No incurable cases accepted
for treatment. Consultation , examina
tion and advice , one dollar to tuo
nil. ORA CALDWELu & CO. .
Address all mall to Boo BuUdlri/ ? .
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