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JOHN YAGER OF ALBION FATALLY -
LY HURT AT AMES.
BOTH KNEES WERE RUN OVER
Jumped From a Train at Midnight
and Fell Under the Wheels Taken
to Fremont Hospital But He Cnnnot
Gurvlve the Injury.
Fremont , Neb. , June 9. Special to
The News : John Yager of Albion ,
twenty-four years of age , had both
legs crushed at the knee at midnight
In the Ames yards. Ho Jumped from
a freight train and fell under the cars ,
. the wheels passing over both legs.
The Injured man was brought to
the hospital In Fremont and every
thing possible was done for him , but
the doctors give It out that he cannot
survive the shock.
Mrs. H. E. Owen went to Columbus
W. W. Vaught of Pllger was In the
city over night.
A. E. Gore of Spencer is a visitor
in Norfolk today.
n. T. Arnold of Wakefield was in
the city over night.
H. J. Backes of Humphrey was in
Norfolk this morning.
W. D. Walker of Pierce was a Nor
folk visitor yesterday.
"Win. Zutz of Hosklns was in the
city Saturday morning.
M. Nichols of Foster had business
In Norfolk this morning.
Mrs. A. J. Rye ] has gone to Hot
Springs , S. D.-for a visit.
Mrs. Harned and daughter , Miss
Etta , of Orchard , are visiting friends
in the city.
Mrs. P. C. Marsh and daughter , Lil
lian , of Battle Creek , are visiting in
.1. A. Custer has returned from Can
ton , 111. , where he went to attend the
funeral of his father.
A. R. Etig and Elmer Dahlberg of
Plainview were in the city this morn
ing on their way to St. Edward.
Misses Mayme and Val Ecker were
over from Winslde last evening to at
tend the conservatory commencement.
Walter E. Wood of Omaha Is visit
ing his friend , President Geo. D. But-
terfield of the Nebraska National
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Turnbull re
turned this morning from a business
trip to Orchard , representing tbolr
E. M. Huntington went to Tildon
yesterday with his automobile for con
veyance and v-ill look after his farm
interests in tbnt vicinity.
Misses Eva Mohrmnn. Ethel Clill-
vors , Grace Craig , Mildred Martlndel ,
Ellen Clark , Isabelle Williams. Hazel
Keenan and Faye Hutton , and Mas
ters Lloyd Mohr and Chris Powers ,
form a party of young people from
Pierce in town today.
Senator Win. V. Allen was In town
from Madison today , meeting old
friends and acquaintances.
L. Sessions has returned from Oma
ha , where he attended the State Fun
eral directors' association ( luring the
Geo. B. Christoph and wife returned
last evening from York , where they
have been attending the annual meetIng -
Ing of state druggists.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. White of Sum-
erset , Ky. , arrived in the city yester
day. Mr. White Is a new train dis
patcher for the Northwestern.
Mrs. Pippin went to Omaha today
to visit her daughter , Mrs. Lester Par
ker , from whose home comes the re
port that an llpound daughter was
Neal Horiskey , who Is now cblef
train dispatcher of the Union Pacific
at Cheyenne , is expected borne this
evening to pay a visit to his parents ,
Mr. and Mrs. Horiskey.
Superintendent John Barnes of the
Tekamah public schools is home to
spend a portion of his holiday vaca
tion with his parents. Guy Barnes Is
also home from Tilden for a visit.
H. L. Spanieling passed another bad
night and was much weaker this
morning. It is considered that he
might pass away at any time , or that
ho may live several days , but hope
for his recovery has been given up.
Samuel Porter , special examiner of
the United States bureau of pensions ,
with headquarters at Grand Island ,
was in the city totfay on business con
nected with his position. He is one
of the four examiners looking after
the matter of pensions in Nebraska.
The other three are located at Omaha ,
Lincoln and Hastings. Mr. Forterhas
n large section of the state from the
west line to the east central portion
to cover , and Madison county is In
cluded in his territory. The business
of his office .keeps him going night
and day , very frequently.
Conductor Tailor and Fireman
Howell are building handsome new
homes on South Fourth street.
The grounds at the Grant school
building are being graded up , a lawn
will be started , and other work will
be done to make the yard handsome
Tomorrow Is Memorial day for the
Tribe of Ben Hur , and a memorial ser
vice will be held at Odd Fellows' hall
at 2:30. : The sermon will be preached
by Rev. J. F. Poucher , pastor of the
M. E. church.
Emll Moeller is having his pressed
brick sidewalk raised to the grade of
adjoining walks and IB , In addition ,
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giving the interior of his place of
business a thorough decoration of
nlcoly blended color In paint.
F. A. Orlssoy , who has recently suf
fered n relapse from an attack of ty
phoid fever , Is reported to be very
low at his homo on North Ninth
street , and his friends and family fear
Unit ho may not survive during the
day , unless there Is a sudden and rad
ical change for the butter.
W. A. Schwertfergor was one of
the locomotive llremen who enthusi
astically planned for the picnic at
Nellgh , but who had good and suffi
cient reasons for not attending. Ho
remained at home to properly outer-
tain a bouncing eight-pound son who
arrived at his house that morning.
A Norfolk base ball team , organized
this week with William White as man
ager and Walter Dunn captain , went
to Pierce today to moot a tonm of that
city on the diamond. The Norfolk
team Is composed of good players
and they expect to meet anything that
comes along and show them a good
The Norfolk Electric Light and
Power company commenced stringing
wires this morning from the power
house to the hospital for the Insane ,
which will bo lighted from the city
plant. Down Main street the line is
being strung among the other wires
of the system , necessitating closing
down the day current this morning
from 7 to 10.
Just two days more until show day ,
and It promises to be a show day , so
far as the attraction is concerned ,
Hiich as Norfolk has not seen for many
years. The extent of the attraction
Is manifest by the fact that but two
dates are made in Nebraska Omaha
and Norfolk. Omaha gets it by rea
son of being a city with a good terri
tory to draw from , Norfolk by reason
of Its location and railroad facilities
Crelghton Courier : A decision was
handed down Tuesday in the district
court regarding the village extension
case which has been hanging fire for
some time. 270 acres were ordered
taken into the corporation and lays
as follows : 20 acres south of the
mill known as the Packard land , ex
tends to ( lie mill pond on the east ;
10 acres , lying north of town , known
as Peyton stock farm ; 40 acres north
and west of the Catholic church , ex
tending to the section line ; 30 acres
south of Crelghton known as a portion
of Columbia Heights addition. This
extends from Mrs. J. C. Cleveland's
residence on Bryant Avenue to the
section line south of town ; and 140
acres , known as the entire Carlin's
addition to Creigliton , lying south and
east of the city , taking in Dr. DIs-
brow's and M. II. Rafferty's interests.
BODY OF DAN FOUEY RECOVERED
AT HOOPER LAST NIGHT.
SECOND OF TWO DROWNED MEN
Foley's Body Was Found a Mile Below
the Point of Drowning Fourth of
July Celebration at Hooper Aban
Hooper , Neb. , June 10. Special to
The News : The body of Dan Foley ,
who with his companion Ed. Nell was
drowned by the capsizing of a ferry
at this place on Tuesday , was recov
ered last evening. The body of Neil
had been found earlier in the day.
Both bodies were badly decomposed.
The body of Foley was found a mile
down the river from where the two
young men were drowned , while that
of Neal was recovered five miles down
The funeral over the two unfortun
ate young men was held this morning
and was attended by all the prominent
citizens of the town , among whom
there Is general sorrow and regret
over the untimely death of the two
young men. It has been decided to
abandon the Fourth of July celebra
tion that had been planned , on ac
count of the gloom which hangs over
A first class eighty-acre tract of Im
proved land , splendid location , good
soil , nil lays level and nice , only five
miles from Norfolk , Neb. Price right.
G. It. Seller ,
Norfolk , Nebraska.
Two Ball Games.
There were two ball games in Nor
folk Sunday afternoon. A picked
team defeated the Fair store team
18 to 3 and a picked team played
against the traveling men.
CHILDREN'S DAY EXERCISES.
Little People of the Sunday Schools
Give to Missions.
Children's Day was observed Sun
day by a number of the. Norfolk
churches with pretty and Impressive
exercises III which the little people
of the Sunday schools took prominent
parts. The day Is planned to foster
the missionary spirit among the chil
dren , when they may give of their
savings to help spread the gospel
nmong the heathen of foreign lands.
Very generous contributions were
taken. Flowers play an important
part in the exorcises of the day and
the church decorations were gorgeous
In peonies , roses , ami other flowers
of this season of the year. The chil
dren taking part showed careful trainIng -
Ing and enthusiastic zeal in doing
credit to the occasion.
THE ADVANCE GUARD LEFT FOR
WILL PICNIC FOR TEN DAYS
Tyler , Mapes , Koenljjsteln and Others -
ers Start for the Woods This After
noon and the Others Will Follow
U'nitn KrUln > 'n Onllv.l
Attorneys Tyler , MapoR and Jack
Koonlgstoln of Norfolk , C , H. Kolsay
of Nellgh and Andy Olson of Winner
left today for Nlohrarn , whore they go
as nn advance guard to the plonkof
the bar of northeast Nebraska , which
starts at that place tomorrow. As the
time for the outing approaches those
restive limbs of the law could not
withstand the temptation to hie themselves -
solves to the sequestered wilderness )
of Government Island and thus gain
a day over the regular picnickers.
Besides , there are n few things In do
and they thought they could do them
better than the others , so they have
hiked up n day In advance.
They went equipped with a big nut-
tit of tents , gasolene stoves , various
kinds of provisions but no moat , and
I a supply of remedy for snake bites.
! The snakes are said to bo pow'ful
thick on Government Island , and nn
abundance of "remedy" Is required.
No meat was provided for by the
commissary department , as It Is into
of the requirements that enough fish
be caught to supply the table [ | HI ! or
starve will be the rule with the law
yers next week , ami who ever hoard
of a lawyer starving ?
The advance guard will also ar
range for busses to hurry the lawyers
who arrive tomorrow directly from
the train to the tall timber of the
picnic grounds , so that they may go
into seclusion as speedily as possible.
Tomorrow the rest of the bar of
north Nebraska will put in nn appear
ance at Niobrara. Among those who
go from here will Attorneys Powers
and Weatherby and Judge Barnes ;
Senator Allen , Lawyers Heed and
Foster from Madison ; Judge Jackson ,
Judge Boyd of Neligh ; Goo. Boyd of
Oakdale. A number are exported
from towns northeast of here , and
every station between hero and N'lo-
brara will furnish its complement of
legal plcnicers. Then the towns east
of Niobrara will send -a bunch , and
the picnic will be complete. They ex
pect to remain ten days.
Getting Ready for Nlobrarn.
Niobrara , Neb. , Jnuo 0. From n
staff correspondent : There will bo
legal phrases In the air around N'lo-
brara for the next ton days. Begin-
niiiR with today the lawyers nf north
ern Nebraska are assembling here
and until the end of next week there
is going to bo something doing. There
arc already letters In the postofllcn
for Burt Mnpos of Norfolk , who Is
one of the loaders In the organiza
tion for the picnic scheme and that
is taken as a sign that , the lawyers
are coming to town.
The spot that was selected for the
ten days' outing of lawyers , judges
and clerks , is the most beautiful one
on the river bore , and It has boon
prepared in the finest sort of shape
for the arrival of the barristers.
There is a place for baseball , fishing ,
bathing and all forms of recreation.
There in the cool retreats , away from
the hurry and rush and worry of a
strenuous world , the legal lights will
enjoy every minute of their recrea
Niobrara people have made nil
plans for entertaining the visitors and
are looking for a great time with
them. It is presumed that Burt
Mapes and Jack Koenigsteln will get
into the water the minute they arrive
and never leave until they go home.
Burt will catch the fish for the crowd
and he will cook them , too. His
friends have a photograph of Burt
catching bull heads and sticking them
iqto bis pocket instead of using a
The lawyers will have the time of
their lives , for Niobrara never does
things by halves. Attorney Houston
of Niobrara is working hard to get
the park ready.
Peaches and Apricots.
Treading on the heels of the last
of the southern strawberry crop ,
peaches and apricots have arrived In
the Norfolk markets , and will contest
with the home grown berry , now com
ing on , for favor with lovers of fruit.
As is usual with the first fruit of the
year , the first shipment is not of the
highest grade and quality , but It will
answer the purpose of a change very
HAIL IN COLFAX COUNTY
A Severe Storm Visits the Central
Part of the County.
Schuyler , Neb. , Juno 12. Special to
The News : A , heavy hall storm
passed through the central portion of
Colfax county , extending to within
six miles of Schuyler. Pigs and
chickens were killed and much dam
age was done to vegetation. It was
the most severe storm this section
has experienced for years.
Last Rites for Mrs. Estabrook.
In the presence of relatives , neigh
bors and friends , the last rites for
Mrs. D. S , Estabrook were given Fri
day afternoon at 3 o'clock at the home
of the family on South Ninth street.
Roy. J. P. Poucher paid fitting tribute
to the llfo and character of the d (
ceased in her devoted work a wlft
mother grandmother and to her di ep
religious /oal , speaking IORMOIIH for
the living and paying tribute to the
dead. Beautiful mimic was rendered
by a mixed quartet and the llornl of
ferings banked about the casket at
tested to the remembrance of friends.
Brief commitment services were tipok-
on at the grave In Prospect 11111 cemetery -
otory and the thoughtfulness of
friends was again In ovldenco there ,
where Iho grave had boon lined ami
beautlllod with sprays of llowors and
Butte News Notes ,
Butte , Neb. , Juno 11 ! . Special to
The News : The teachers of Boyd
county who spent the last week very
pleasantly attending Ihe teachers' In
stitute In this city , left Saturday even
ing for their homes.
Ira Hull , recently of this city , loft
Saturday evening to accept n posi
tion as drug clerk at Lyons , Nob.
Carl Warner and Floyd Hull started
to drlvo to Anoka Sunday morning to
get a buggy which was In a smash up
the night before. The horse they
wore driving became frightened tit
the buggy on the side of the road and
started down one of those steep hills
at a rnto that was terrifying. The
drivers landed nt the bottom of the
hill quick enough , with n few close
calls and another badly binashed bug
The Bank of Boyd county has boon
making very extensive Improvements ,
and are now having It finished and
dcoorntod by C. R. Williams.
ATTORNEYS MAY QUIT FRIDAY
Lawyers Spending the Week at Nlo-
brara Prepare to Break Camp.
The attorneys In camp at Niobrara
may break camp Friday and return
to their homos on a freight train Fri
day night. M. 1) . Tyler of this city
who has just returned from a trip to
the camp , says that when ho loft ( hero
was u fooling in favor of this.
PONY NAMED NORFOLK.
Shetland Born Here Is Attraction nt
the Show Grounds.
A beautiful little Shetland pony
born at the circus grounds hero this
morning has boon named "Norfolk"
In honor of the city. The llttlo ani
mal Is about the size of a cat and Is
carried around In the arms of the
\Vo sell flour , oil meal , mill feed ,
stock and poultry supplies. Flour and
Feed store , Pacific block.
CONSIDERABLE DAMAGE DONE
TO PROPERTY LAST NIGHT.
ELECTRICITY AND WIND RAGE
Several Business Houses and Resi
dences Struck by Lightning and the
Aultman-T.iylor Warehouse Is Un
Omaha , Neb. , June 10. Special to
The News : A severe electrical and
wind storm passed over this city last
night , doing considerable damage to
property. The Glencoe elevator , the
Prague hotel and two residences
were struck by lightning. The Ault-
man Taylor warehouse building was
unroofed by the fierce wind.
The "Koonigsteln Pharmacy" hav
ing been changed to "F. F. Ware &
Son's Pharmacy , " we take pleasure In
commending the new firm to the pub
lic as in every way worthy of not only
holding the patronage the business
enjoyed under our management but to
increase It. We wish also to express
our appreciation of and thanks for
the liberal patronage we have re
ceived during out thirty-two years of
Announcements have been received
here of the marriage of Miss Alta
Katherine Blewett to Mr. Julius John
son , both of Fremont. The wedding
took place at the home of the bride's
parents In Los Angeles , California.
Announcement cards have been re
ceived in Norfolk of the marriage of
Miss Clarice Elizabeth Neumann to
Mr. Fred J. Kelly Wednesday , June
7 , at Wymoro , Neb. Mr. Kelly Is su
perintendent of schools at Cedar RapIds -
Ids , Neb. , and Is well known among
northern Nebraska teachers. Helms
many friends In Norfolk , having vis
ited hero on several occasions. They
will bo at home In Cedar Rapids Sep
tember 1. Mr. Kelly Is a graduate
of the state university.
As an advertising medium The
News-Journal is unexcelled In Its ter
Wabash Special Train
for teachers and their friends to As-
bury Park , N , J. , leaving Chicago 2
p. in. June 29. going via Detroit , stop
ping at Niagara Falls , Albany , steam
er down the Hudson river to Now
York and salt water trip to Asbury
All agents sell via Wabash from
Marry E. Moores
G. A. P. D. Wabash R. R. ,
Omaha , Neb.
COMMITTEE EMPLOYS THE DIXIE
AMUSEMENTS OF HIGH CLASS
A Number of Free Street Attraction !
mul a Band Finances Coming All
Right Valentine Band of Twenty-
I From Hatiinln.v'H Kiillv 1
Preparations fr ( ) the Fourth of July
celebration and borne meet are pro
gressing rapidly and It Is an assured
furl now that the event will he n hum
mer. The soliciting company was out
yesterday and mel. with a ready re
sponse to the financial call , Indicating
that the business men are anxious to
give their customers a good time.
A contract was closed by the aniiiso-
men ! committee this morning with
.1. J. Davis , advance agent lor the
Dixie On nival company , Dave Thomp
son maungor , to bring their aggrega
tion of atlnirllons to this city on July
, ' 1 mid I. The committee has been In
vestigating the merits of the company
for several days and Is fully satisfied
that It will moot the approval of the
people. Yesterday Secretary Mathow-
KOII of the Commercial club telephoned
A. C. Felt , cashier of the First Na
tional hank of Superior , where the
carnival IK showing this week , and
the reply was that the shows are
clean and respectable and are giving
satisfaction. The advance agent has
a number of recommendations with
him from towns where the company
has been and In every ease II Is slated
that there Is nothing Immoral about
the exhibitions , and that Ihe company
Is composed of high class , rcllnod pee
ple. The local committee saw the
adxautago of the attractions offered
provided they were all right , but did
not propose to stand sponsor for any
more shows of the character that have
hot n hero In the past. Hence they
took plenty of ( line to Investigate
and bollevo they have not bought a
gold brick this time. They have ro-
setTcd the right In the contract to
close any show at any tlmo that the
exhibitions are not considered all
The carnival comes for n week begin
ning July ! l , but the committee deals
with them for two days only , the third
and Fourth. They given certain number
of free attractions on the streets ami
besides have lout shows at which an
admission fee will , ho charged. The
company consists of about 100 people
ami carries a circus band of leu piec
es. It has Its own light , plant , and
uses thousands of electric lights to
Illuminate Its grounds pud louts. The
free exhibitions will be given on .Main
street Olid the tents will bo elected
along that thoroughfare.
The lending feature of Iho free ex-
hlbltloim will bo the high dlvo , an
athlolo diving from the height of
ninety foot into u tank containing four
fool of water. Two exhibitions of this
character are to bo given on the
Fourth , afternoon and evening , and
ono each day during the remainder of
their engagement. Thou there will
bo aerial artists who perform on bars
In the air , acrobats and contortionists.
The tent shows , to which an admis
sion will be charged , are live In nuin-
bor. Roselle , electrical serpentine
and radium dances ; Port Arthur , kl-
nctoscoplc representation of the war
In the far east ; the train robbers , real
istic representation of holding up a
train , Edison's latest masterpiece ;
the Old Plantation , songs and charac
teristics of the south before the war ;
Loretta the snake charmer. Besides
the company ; carries a Ferris wheel
10 foot high and a merry-go-round.
All these attractions arc designed to
coax nickels from the pockets of the
people , but there will be enough free
shows to keep up the Interest , and the
time will be so well filled that no one
will need to take In these shows un
less he wants to.
When it was decided to hold a cel
ebration and horse meet the plan
contemplated hiring two bands for
the occasion. The carnival band will
fill one place , and the committee on
music has accepted the proposition of
the Valentine band for the other.
This band consists of twenty-five
pieces and its recommendations are
that It Is a first class musical organi
The committee on racing events
several days ago outlined their pro
gram for the two days. On July 3 the
track events will consist of two trot
ting races , for purses of $100 and $150
and a running race of half mile dash.
On the Fourth there will be two
trotting races , purses of $150 and
v" \ running race for $75 , half mile
and'repeat , roadster race for $30 , and
an automobile race for $50.
At a quiet home wedding last even
ing at 0:30 : at the homo of the bride's
parents , Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Shoff ,
Miss Ethel A. Shoff was united In
marriage to Mr. Henry A. Hartman ,
a druggist of Rapid City , S. D. , Rev.
J. F. Poucher of the M. E. church of-
ficiatlng , and the newly united pair
left on the train an hour later for
their new home in Rapid City.
Miss Shoff has for eome time been
teaching elocution in Norfolk and is
herself a reader of finished training
and natural ability , through her tal
ents coming in contact with a large
number of the people of Norfolk who
will wish her a happy and prosperous
fu'uro ' In lur new relation Though
she ban lived In Not folk but n ohorl
Him , i.lnci her father bought the Ox >
mini bold , nho has won many warm
frli uds and acquaintances.
The I'lomn Is a litnlily-recomiiftidi'd
biiNlnoNM man of Iho Black Hills and
IniM the ruHpecl and cHlooni of u Inrgo
clrclo of acquaintances.
Pierce 15 ; Norfolk M ,
At Pierce Saturday afternoon the
Plorco junior baseball team defeated
the Norfolk juniors In a long , hard
gnino , the final score standing IT. to
M. Norfolk boys had Iho hotter of
the game until the seventh Inning ,
when they went to pieces ami allowed
Plcrco to score freely. After Unit It
was a slugging match In which Pierce
won by a nock. A game between
PInlnvlow and Plerco In being played
ut Plcrc.0 this afternoon.
A Swift Gnme.
Aln&worth , Nob. , Juno 9. Special
to The News : A great giiino of ball
was played on the diamond bore > os-
terday afternoon , between Alnsworth
and Valentino. The snore stood tit
the end of the ninth Inning 1 to 1 ,
and In the last half of thu tenth Alns-
worth made ono more.
A Gnme for Blood.
Crolghton , Nob. , Juno 10. From a
slnlT correspondent : Plainview won
a biiHeball victory hero over Lynch In
one of Iho most hotly contented games
of the season , by a score of 10 to 8.
Moth teams played for blood. Lynch
did Us scoring In the latter part of
Iho game. A largo crowd saw the
Repairing the Oxnard.
( ) . i' . SholT , owner of Iho Oxmml
hotel , has under way oxlenslvo repairs
to that hostelry. Steel ceilings are
replacing the out-of-date llmo and
sand arrangement , a now roof Is Ink
Ing the place of the old and the rooms
are being re-papered and Hie building
thoroughly renovated throughout.
IW , J. GOW & BRO , I
NORFOLK , NEBRASKA.
Money on Hand
Slie Has Cured Thousands
DR. CALDWELL ,
I'nirlicintf Aluopiifby , llmno
opulhy , Kl 'dricinnl ( JIMI-
( 'rul Motlu'iiio.
Will , liy request , visit profesloiiallj
NORFOLK NEBRASKA , OXNARD
HOTKL , TJIRSinY. .ir.NE ri :
ONE DAY ONLY.
returning every four weeks. Consult
her while the opportunity IB at hand.
DR. CALDWELL limits her practlc *
to the special treatment of diseases of
the eye. ear. nose , throat , lungs. TemaU
UlECHxes , diseases of children and all
chronic , nervous and surgical disease !
of n curable nature. Early consurop-
tlon. bronchitis , bronchial catarrh ,
chronic catarrh , headache , constipa
tion , stomach and bowel troubles ,
rheumatism , neuralgia , sciatica , kidney
diseases , Orient's disease , diseases or
the liver and bladder , dizziness , ner
vousness , indigestion , obesity. Inter
rupted nutrition , slow growth In child
ren , and all wasting diseases In adults ,
deformatles. club feet , curvature of
the spine , diseases of the brain , par
alysis , heart disease , dropsy , swelling
of the limbs , stricture , open sores ,
pnln In the bones , granular enlarge
ments and all longstanding disease *
Illnuil find Skin DUtnurii.
Pimples , blotcties , eruptions , liver
spots , falling of the hair , bad com
plexion , eczema , throat ulcers , ban *
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 cure for life.
Diseases of women. Irregular mens
truation , falling of the womb , bearin *
down pains , female displacements , lack
of sexual tone. Leucorrhea. sterility
or barreness. consult Dr. Caldwell and
ihe will show them the cause of their
trouble and the way to become cured.
Ciinorm , Goiter. KUtuIn , I'lltm
and enlarged glands treated with the
subcutaneous injection method , abso
lutely without pain and without th
loss of a drop of blood. Is one of her
own discoveries and Is really the most
scientific method of this advanced ago.
Dr. Caldwell has practiced her profes
sion In some of the largest hospitals
throughout the country. She has no
superior In the treating and diagnosing
of diseases , deformities , etc. She has
lately opened an office In Omaha. Ne
braska , where she will spend a per
tion of each week treating her many
patients. No Incurable cases accepted
for treatment Connultatlon , examina
tion and advice , one dollar to the
DH. ORA CALDWELli & CO.
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