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' THE NORFOLK NKWS : FRIDAY , JUNE flO , 1U05.
FORMER NORFOLK BOY MANAGER
OF ONE IN ILLINOIS.
A SUGGESTION FOR NORFOLK
Jacksonville Plant Has Had Six Suc
cessful Years and is Organized Bet
ter and Stronger Than Ever Before.
"Bud" Powers is Manager.
The success of 1. Towers , jr. , for
merly of Norfolk anil known by this
city as "Dud" Power * , in establishing
a meat pitching house at Jackson
ville , 111. , not far from Chicago , gives
suggestion of whnt might be ilouo In
Norfolk with the old sugar factory
buildings. Jacksonville Is about the
same distance from Chicago that Nor
folk IB from Omaha or Sioux City.
ThlH ifi n better stock producing coun
try than Illinois. If the proposition
can be made to pay there , why can't
It be matlo to pay in Norfolk ?
The following clipping from the
Jacksonville Herald , tells of the ven
The Jacksonville Meat company
has been re-organized upon broader
lines , and Is laying large plans for
the future. The business of the plant
Is expected to be doubled by the addi
tion of a poultry and produce depart
ment ; the plant Itself will be substan-
dally enlarged , and five salesmen will
be put on the road to handle its goods.
Messrs. A. B. McCue , of the produce
department of Swift & Co. , nnd I.
Powers , superintendent of the branch
houses of Swift & Co. , In the western
territory , have put additional capital
Into the company and will give It the
valuable addition of their long expe
rience In the produce and packing
The present plant employs twenty-
two men and It Is expected that under
the new order fifty men will be used.
The Improvements in the plant Itself
comprise new Ice machinery , new en-
pines and an enlarged chill room , with
such other additions as may be re
quired from time to time.
The executive department of the
company will consist of I. Powers ,
general manager ; A. B. McCue , man-
nger of the produce and poultry de
partment ; Robert Smith , superinten
dent of the packing house ; J. J.
Schaefer , manager of the Smith mar-
Het , West State street ; Harry Dor-
wart , manager Dorwart market. West
State street ; Carl Schaefer , manager
Schaefer market , South Main atroot ;
A. R. Riinkle , manager Wiegand mar
ket , East State street ; J. J. Winder ,
manager Junction market. Two men
will be added to the book-keeping de
partment , one of whom is Louis Up-
pert , of Chicago , and of the five trav
eling men one will be Herbert S.
Sheehan of Chicago.
The Jacksonville Meat company was
organized six years ago and has had
n very successful earner. The estab
lishment has been of great value espe
cially to the farmers of this communi
ty , giving them a home market for the
products of their farms , and also fur
nishing .it all times'to the consumers
abundant supplies of fresh killed
meats. With the added capital and
increased facilities for handling all
kinds of butcher stock , produce and
poultry the business of Ihe company
will undoubtedly assume large pro
portions and become a source of con-
Blderable income to this part of the
Mr. T. Powers , who becomes general
manager of the company , is a thor
oughly experienced and capable man ,
nnd withal a very pleasant gentleman.
Ills associate , Mr. McCuo , is also well
able to care for his particular depart
ment , while Mr. Smith has already
proven himself a capable manager of
the , packing house. The company
nhops will remain under the same
nlanagement as at present , which will
bb agreeable to all who have deal-
The reorganized company starts out
under favorable auspices , and the
Journal tenders best wishes for a
prosperous career and Increased busi
Judge Cones was In the city yester
A. L. Patrick of Omaha Is in the
R. B. McFadon of Chadron Jg In the
Mrs. A. Barnes of Cherokee , Iowa ,
Is In the city.
Mrs. Ellle Sones of Quimby , Iowa ,
Is in the city.
Sam Dunn of Bonesteel was In the
city over night.
G. P. Hush of Battle Creek was in
town last night.
Miss Upton of Orange , N. J. , Is in
the city , a guest of Miss Weills.
Mrs. F. A. Long and daughter of
Madison was in the cit yover night.
Mrs. C. H. Swallow and children
were in the city today from Hum
The children of Mr. and Mrs. Ben
White of Omaha are visiting at the
camp of Burt Mnpes.
Miss Valley Garllnger , who spent
her vacation from the postofllce at
Excelsior Springs , Mo. , has returned.
John Tannehlll , who was today
elected delegate from the district to
attend the Epworth league conven
tion nt Denver , will leave about July
Jack Murphy , who works with the
county bridge gang , had the middle
finger of bis left hand crushed
Wednesday. He was placing n ring
on the top of a pllu wlion the heavy
hammer dropped and caught the one
linger The wound was drossotl by
DTK. Bear and Pllgcr and It IB thought
that amputation will be unnecessary.
County Attorney Jack KoenlgHtoln
went to Madison today to try the
case of State vs. Kcl. Wheeler of War-
ncrvllle , who is charged with nMtmult
Mr. and Mrs , Henry HaKciipMug iiv
turned hint night fiom a nix weeks'
visit with friends at Portland. Ore. ,
and other prominent points along the
Union Pacific road. They enjoyed a
delightful trip and Mrs HuNonpllug
Is much Improved In health. Among
the cities that they vlsltod wore Se
attle.1 , Hismark , Minneapolis , Spohano
and Salt Lake. They saw Urlgham
Voting's tomb , the Mormon tabernacle
and other Interesting sights at Salt
Unko City. They returned over the
Great Northern. While they had a
pleasant time , Mr. Hasenpllug says ,
" 1 saw some nice country , but Ne
braska Is good enough for me. "
Whileat Spokane Mr. HaHcnpllug
saw B. W. Woolveiton , Benjamin
Lindsay , R. A. Stewart , 13. Sergeant
and other Nebraska citizens.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Grey of
South Norfolk ate entertaining n
brand new son at their home.
The rains have greatly interfered
with building operations and work on
the streets and many are hoping and
watching for a spell of dry weather
that will permit accomplishment In
Ed Wheeler , a 15-year-old boy of
Warnervllle who was charged with
assaulting a young man at Warner-
ville with brass knuckles , was dis
missed from county court , by Judge
Bates. It was charged that Wheeler
A barn was struck by lightning at
the Schmerer barn during the storm.
A son was welcomed to the home of
Brnkeman Done ! on Prairie avenue
knocked out several teeth with n
Another thunderstorm came growlIng -
Ing down on this vicinity this morning
between 3 and ! o'clock , but It was
mostly bluster , the precipitation be
ing light , for which the fanners and
other people are duly grateful. Show
ery conditions remain , however , and
more precipitation may be expected.
Secretary S. C. Bassett of the Ne
braska state fair and exposition
which is to be held in Lincoln from
September 1 to 8 , has sent out pre
mium lists , speed programs and other
Information regarding the thirty-sev
enth annual show. Splendid premi
ums are offered and a largo number
of classes are open for the display of
anything from an ear of corn to a
thrashing machine. The state fair In
creases in interest and importance
each year and the coming fair will
undoubtedly bo up to the usual high
standard and better.
A number of citizens of Wheeler
county are interested in the construc
tion of an electric line from Elgin to
Ericson , forming a connecting link be
tween the Northwestern and the Bur
lington. A meeting was held recently
for the purp.ose of organization and
a committee of three was appointed
to find the cost of construction and
maintenance of the proposed line.
Another meeting will be held to hear
the report of the committee. Power ,
it is believed , could be furnished from
the Cedar river. All were in favor of
voting bonds for the project.
Fred Trenepohl , arrested at in
stance of Sam McKiver , was not , as
stated , put in jail. He was allowed
freedom until tomorrow morning.
McKiver was compelled to go home
and get security to advance for the
cost of the trial before the matter
vould be taken care of by the court.
This is not the first time McKiver
has been in police court. He is hav
ing trouble with somebody more or
less all of the time. Two years ago
he figured In an episode In which a
little boy of the city ran away an'l
stayed at McKiver's house all night.
McKiver was the apple man and the
police were forced to search for some
time before they finally located the
Interesting reports from the storm
district continue to come in , and in
many portions It Is shown that It was
one of the most violent since this
country has been settled. One farm
er living west of Norfolk states that
the water falling In the short duration
of the storm was far greater than any
single rainstorm he had ever known
in twenty years. Five Inches of wa
ter was precipitated In an hour and
the water rose to a height of four or
five feet on his windmill tower. A
tank partly filled with water was
floated from Its position a distance
of a mile. Where the hail took effect
every growing thing has been cut
down and the fields that a few days
ago were waving a wealth of grain
are now as level as a floor , every vest
ige of the crops being pounded level
with'the ground. It Is estimated by
some that at least three thousand
acres of crops have been ruined in
northeastern Nebraska , meaning a
loss of perhaps 60,000 bushels of
grain. All fruit and foliage was cut
from the trees and devastation is com
plete In the worst stricken parts. It
is considered that the corn may re
cover , but at best it will be but a
partial crop. Some of the small grain
may likewise produce a partial crop ,
but at the present time the destruc
tion seems complete.
II anybody has any harness repair
ing to do , let him bring It In before
the Bprlng season begins. Paul Nerd
THE SPECIAL ELECTION IN THE
FOR BURKETTS SUCCESSOR
Because There IB No Session of Con
gress Before the Regular General
Election , the Call May be Illegal.
Ncwc of the State.
Lincoln , Nob. , Juno 2-1. There IIHH
developed In the First cnngroHHloiiul
district , where war over the congres
sional nomination was wagt > d HO
stiongly , the possibility that the call
for n special election to name Bur-
kt-tt's succi-Hsor may bo Illegal , on
account of the fact that thnto will hone
no session of cougiesH before the gen
eral and regular election In the state.
S. B. Smith of Red Wing Is In the
J. N. Siren of Tllden was In town
O. P. Rodeen of Brlstow was in the
city over night.
Mrs. H. F. Hllhurn of Oichard Is
visiting in the city.
M. Sullivan was In Norfolk over
night from Bcemer.
C. T. Peterson was In the city to
day from Plalnvlew.
John R. Hays returned last night
from a trip to Omaha.
S. C. Blakeman of Battle Creek was
In the city over night.
Mr. and MrH. F. Moore of Creighton
were In the city today.
H. Hasenpflug IB quite ill at his
home on North Seventh street.
E. S. Maggie of the Nebraska Tele
phone company Is in the city.
Miss Otelia Pllger has gone to
Stnnton for a visit with friends.
W. L. KlrU of the Creighton News
was In the city this morning enrouto
to Sioux City.
R. E. Williams went to Omaha this
morning to spend Sunday with pa
rents and friends.
William Darlington , city moll car
rier , returned to work this morning
after a two weeks' vacation.
Miss Elizabeth Cockroft of Ossin-
ing , N. Y. , arrived yesterday to ho
maid of honor nt the Ralnbolt-Wcllls
Miss Genevleve Stafford Is home
from Omaha where she attended the
Sacred Heart academy during the
W. P. Bushnell of Kansas City Is
visiting friends in Norfolk. This Is
the first time he has been hero in
Martin Kolterman who has made
Norfolk his home for the past four
years , left this morning for Shelby ,
Iowa , where he will reside in the fu
Mrs. Charles Stltt loft , today for
Burlington , Iowa , whore she will re
main during the summer , visiting Mr.
Stitt and attending a conservatory of
Miss Bernice Whitney , daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Whitney of Oma
ha , is in the city , visiting at the home
of her grandparents , Mr. and Mrs. I.
D. C. Ressegure and son Eugene of
Madison were in the city over night
and took the early train to Algona ,
Iowa , to visit a son and brother who
is quite ill.
Mrs. J. W. Humphrey returned last
night from a two months' trip to Ex
celsior Springs , Mo. She feels much
benefited by the trip. She was met
at Omaha by her son , Graham.
Mrs. L. M. Keene , jr. , of Fremont
arrived in the city today to visit a
week at the home of her parents , Mr.
and Mrs. J. S. McClary , and to at
tend the Ralnholt-Wellls wedding
next Wednesday. Mr. Keene will ar
Sisters Marae and Damien arrived
at noon from Chicago for a two-
weeks' visit with the Horiskey family.
Sister Marae will be remembered as
Miss Maggie Horiskey , who left home
about five years ago. She Is now a
member of the Dominican sisterhood.
Dr. H. J. White , formerly postmas
ter at Bassett and a Norfolk Elk , has
moved to Sprlngview , Nob.
A meeting of the West Side Hose
company is called by President Jonas
for June 20. "Come or pay a fine , "
says the announcement.
Mrs. E. P. Weatherby was hostess
at a delightful 1 o'clock luncheon this
afternoon In honor of her sister , Mrs.
Joseph Shoemaker of Omaha.
George Krotter , of the Krotter Lum
ber company , met with a bad run
away accident near Bonesteel this
week , as a result of which his team
were fatally Injured and his buggy
shattered. He was bruised.
Norfolk people are reasonably sure
of the delicacies for the table that
may be made from currants. The
bushes are loaded and the fruit la
ripening beautifully. With tha wanIng -
Ing of the ( strawberry crop this will
be the next to demand attention from
Tomorrow afternoon there will ho
somewhere for Norfolkans to go , who
desire recreation In a park. John
Freythaler has made arrangements
with the Stanton band one of the
finest bands In the state to make
music for the occasion and will open
his park to the public , east of town.
Ice cream will he served on the
Plalnvlew News : During the elec
trical storm of Tuesday evening , light
ning struck near the W. G. Wooley
farm residence seven miles west of
town. The shock ntunnod Mr nnd
MI-H Wooloy and their daughter , ten
during them uwoiiHcloiw for several
mlnutos. They had n clone call , In
deed , and wo are pleased to note that
they were not seriously injured
Pierce Leader : William Xulniif
ramo up fioin Norfolk Saturdav even-
lug to look after bin IIIIHIIOHH | iifTnlin
and for a brief visit with his family ,
returning the next day. lie Is now
living temporarily at that plaeo anil
training his young borne , King Wood-
foul , on the race tracks , so that he
will have him In Hhape to race later
on. Mr Xulnnf Is nlso handling the
Konel mare which Woods COUCH hits
had hero for several mouths. She IH
said to be quite speedy and may be
entered In some of the races ( hero on
the third and Fourth.
Announcements have been received
In Norfolk from Dr. George W. Wil
kinson of the marriage of his daugh
ter , Lisle , to Mr Robert L. Cheney
at Leslie , R. 11. , on Wednesday , June
It. Mr. and Mrs Cheney will make
that thulr home The bride has lived
In Norfolk for a number of years and
has n great mnn > friends In the city
llr. Wilkinson In one of the pioneer
soltloiB of northeast Nebraska , hav
ing formeily lived In Dakota City ,
where the bride IB well known. The
bride visited In Norfolk during the
spring just past , and a number of
parties were given for her at that
The shade trees In Norfolk have
boon putting forth an unusual growth
this year nnd the need of trimming Is
again paramount. Some property
owners Intend that the tree branches
shall not Interfere with pedestrians ,
hut the first thing they know In a
season like this the heavy foliage
has drooped the lower limbs until It
Is threatening to a short person and
positively dangerous for one who Is
tall to pass along the walks during
a dark night. A systematic campaign
of trimming should bo Inaugurated
during the coming week that the
whole beauty of the city might ho In
evidence to Fourth of July visitors.
The battered down corn , stricken
by the hall storm , has not yet had a
chance to begin growing. H Is re
ported that two hall clouds seemed
to come together at the Ray corner ,
west of the city. "At that point , "
sayB Rural Route Carrier Rouse , "the
strip of hall IB divided. There is a
patch pounded down on either side of
the Ray farm , and it seems to join
and , both clouds In one , move east
At that place the cloud seems to have
been about a mile wide , and the far
ther cast It Is three miles wide. "
Some farmers have begun to mow
their winter wheat that was struck ,
and are planning to use it as bay
Some of thorn were so hard hit that
they can't oven use die ciops fur bay.
Farmers who had routed their land
and who lost everything , feel a bit
discouraged as they have their land
to pay for and a year yet to live with
out Income. A number of them have
been bringing In their livestock that
they had on hand , deciding to sell
what they had in order to realize tin-
cash from it.
TRIO OF TRAMPS ARE ARRESTED
WEST OF AINSWORTH.
THEY GOT 520 AT POINT OF A GUN
Arrested While Heating Breakfast ,
Three Tramps are Jailed and Tried
Today Stole Grip of Ed Hale at
Alnsworth , Neb. , June 20. Special
: o The News : This morning the sher
iff arrested three tramps while at
breakfast at the home of Charles
Hamilton , two miles west of here.
They are wanted at Long Pine for
petty stealing. They are said to have
stolen a grip belonging to Ed Hale ,
which contained clothing and other
valuables. He Bwore out a warrant
for them and a man from Alnsworth
says that they held him up near Long
Pine at the point of a gun and got
& 20. Their names , as given , are :
Asked If they wanted attorneys and
witnesses , they said they did not.
They will be tried today.
Chamberlain's Colic , Cholera and Di
needs no Intioductlon to the public.
It has been in UKC for over thirty
years and has proved itself to be the
most successful lemcdy yet discov
ered for bowel complaints. This rem
edy Is for sale hero by Leonard the
Wabash Special Train
for teachers and their friends to As-
bury Park , N. J. , leaving Chicago 2
p. m. June 20 , going via Detroit , stop
ping at Niagara Falls. Albany , steam
er down the Hudson river to New
York and salt water trip to Anbury
All agents sell via Wabash from
Marry E. Moores
G. A. P. D. Wabash R. R. ,
Omaha , Neb.
Do you want to rent your bouse ?
Offer It through News want ads , and
you will probably strike the person
who wants to rent It. A Newe want
ad IB more economical than losing
THROUGH THE LEGS.
ALVA BOWMAN 18 RUN OVER
While nt Play With Other Little Fel
lows Saturday Evening , ! ) -Ycnr-Oltl
Bobble Marquardt IB Badly Wound-
nil With .1 Gun.
tNnm Miinilny'H 1'nlly ]
Killlo "Hobble" Miininniill , 0-year-
old son of Mr. anil Mrs. C. F. A. Mar-
iiuardt , WUR accidentally Hliot thiough
HK > logs Saturday evening while at
play with oilier boys The build n
22ealllneeiiteteil the right leg ,
pierced It and onlciod Ihn Infl one ,
lodging llsell an Inch and a half deep
lu Ihn lli'Kli , whete It still remains
The boy IH resting as easily today as
could bo expected.
A number of little fellowH weie
playing together with the gun as an
Incident of their sport Heal bullelH
worn being lined for ploicliui targets.
Snapped unovpoolodl.v In the hands
of Lloyd Walton , the gun sent a bull of
load Into the right leg of the Mar
qiiardt youth , where It plowed com
pletely tbtougb , later entering the
left limb. Ho was Immediately taken
homo and n surgeon called. Probing
proved useless for extracting the bul
let and It was allowed to remain un
disturbed. Dr. Macombor and Dr.
Tashjiian bad the case.
The gun belonged to August Dig
nan , who Is tmltl to have bought It.
After the accident the Walton lad
tossed the pistol Into the river. The
boys had boon playing with bullets
for some time and had been wainod
that there was danger In the shooting ,
but they failed to see that feature of
It until one of them was shot Satur
Some of the stores handling car
tridges have stopped Belling them to
Dlgnan'B parents were unaware of
the fact that the boy owned a pistol.
Ho says that the pistol was a blank-
cartridge gun , for use as a toy , but
loaded bullets were being tried In it.
BOY GETS RUN OVER.
Lad on Wheel Slips Under Homes'
Feet and Is Bruised ,
Alva Bowman , little son of Bradley
Bowman , was quite badly brulhod by
being run Into Saturday night by a
loam belonging to W. P. Illxon. The
lad was riding on his bicycle In the
road when the wheel stiuck a brick ,
throwing the rider under the horses.
The hoof of one of the animals struck
the boy's hood , cutting a gaMi , and
another hoof stepped into the middle
< if his neck , lie was picked up arid
carried homo , where ho is resting as
easily as could bo expected. Dr. Hoi-
don droitacd the bruises.
A DAY OF PRELIMINARIES.
Legal Battle Is on in the Chamberlain
Tecumseb , Neb , June 27. Special
to The News : The first day of the
Chamberlain trial was devoted to a
preliminary sparring between the do-
ffiiHO and the prosecution and it is
probable that another day or two will
pass before the couit gets down to
There are sixteen criminal cases
against Chamberlain , who was former
ly cashier of the Chamberlain bank
Ing bouse of this city , alleging bank
wrecking and other criminal act .
The court is presided over by Judge
\V. H. Kelligar of Auburn. County
Attorney Jay C. Moore , assisted by
G. A. Adams of Lincoln , is conducting
the prosecution and the defense Is In
the hands of J. F. Rose of Lincoln
and E. M. Tracy of this city.
NELIGH SCHOOL MEETING.
Officers for Year Elected 20-MIII
Levy is Voted.
Nellgh , Neb. , June 27. Special to
The NewB : The annual school meetIng -
Ing for the Nellgh city schools was
lield yesterday. Attorney A. O. Wil
liams was elected to succeed himself
an director and Captain J. D. Hatfleld
to succeed W. S. Cleaver , who had
held the office for six years past. A
twenty-mill levy was voted.
TRAMP KILLED BY TRAIN.
Body Was Ground to Bits Under a
Train at Gannett.
North Platte , Neb. , Juno 27. Spe
cial to The News : A tramp , riding
on the rods under a train , fell off
near Gannett and was Instantly killed.
His body was so ground to bits that
It was unrecognizable , and but slight
clews to Identification were obtain
BRIDGE FALLS INTO ELKHORN
While Moving a Bridge Across the
River , It Falls In.
Watorloq , Neb. , Juno 24. While
moving a wagon bridge across the
Elkhorn river here yesterday the big
weight became unbalanced and the
bridge , toppling over , went Into the
river. It now rests on the bottom of
the river , right side up , with one
span broken and the entire structure
Mrs. Lucy Roberts of Roberts , 111. ,
Is the guest of F. E. Pettltt and fam
After a visit of two weeks with
friends here , Mrs , Guy Warner re
turned to her home In Bpnuldlng on
Henry llovo ntnrtcil for Denver
Tuesday , where ho has secured a
position n M ( licnmn on one of the rail-
mads running out of the city.
A telephone message was received
Monday by Mrs. O. II. Muimon that
the sloiIc luiil loft a 12-pound boy at
the homo of her son , Dr. II. O Mitn-
mm at Hntllo Cieek.
At the animal school mccllnc Mon
day In district No id , Union ! , . - ) , . | ,
was re elected treasurer an < l nlni )
niiinlliH ueluml was voted. The school
biinid IIIIH contracted with Clark llry-
nnt of Norfolk In loach Ilio fall tiinn
of school. In district No. 2T n 11.
Mcdlnnls was ro elected moderator
and It was voted to build a barn and
paint and repair the building. The
board has contracted with Ml Gas-
Mo , who recently anlvod In thla state
from Ohio , to teach the fall term of
SON AT F. E. DAVENPORT'S.
Bouncing Boy Baby Arrived Thin
Morning at Their Home.
A bouncing boy bnby arched tills
nininlng at the lumie ol Mr. and Mrs.
F. 10 Daenpoit , on West Not folk av
Yoil Must Not forget
We arc constantly improv
ing in Hie art of timkinu Fine
Newest Styles in
Cards and Finish ,
Wo also carry a Fine Mne
i. M. MACY.
W , J , GOW & BRO ,
NORFOLK , NEBRASKA.
Moeejf en Hind
She Has Cured Thousands
Practicing Alcopatliy , Homeopathy
opathy , Kleclric and ( Ion-
era ! Medicine.
Will , by request , visit profesloually
NOHFOMC N'KllRAPKA , OXNARD
HOTKI , 'JHKiUiAY. Jt NK 29
ONB DAY OM Y
returning every four weeks. Consult
her while the opportunity IB at hand.
DR CAhDWEI-L , limits her practice
to the special treatment of diseases of
the eye. ear , no e. throat , lungs , femal *
diseased , ( licenses of children and all
chronic , nervous nrid surgical disease *
of a curable nature. Early consump
tion , bronchitis , bronchial catarrh ,
chronic catarrh , headache , constlpa-
tlon , stomach and bowel troubles ,
rheumatism , neuralgia , sciatica , kidney
diseases , Hrlghfs 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 ,
deformatles , club feot. curvature of
the spine , diseases of the brain , par
alysis , heart disease , dropsy , swelling
of the HrnbK. stricture , open sores ,
pain in the Sones. granular enlarge
ments nnd all long standing disease *
Illunil mid Skin DUrnnri.
Pimples , bhitciies , eruption * , liver
spots , falling of the hair , bad com
plexion , eczema , throat ulcers , bon
pains , bladder troubles , weak back ,
burning urine , pausing urine too often.
The offeftH of constitutional sfcknesa
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 pains , female displacements lack
of sexual tone. Leucorrhea , sterility
or barreness. consult Dr. Caldwell and
he will show them the cause of their
trouble nnd the way to become cured.
CIIIHTI-N , Colter , I'Utiiln , I'lltm
and enlarged glands treated with th
subcutaneous Injection method , abso
lutely without pain and without th
loss of n drop of blood , Is one of her
own discoveries and Is really the moat
Hclentlllc method of this advanced age.
Dr. Caldwell has practiced her profes
sion In some 'of thr > largest hoipltula
throughout the country. She has no
superior In the treating and diagnosing
of diseases , deformities , etc. She hai
lately opened an otllce In Omaha. Ne
braska , whore she will spend a portion
tion of each week treating her man/
patients. No Incurable cases accepted
for treatment. Consultation , examina
tion and advice , one dollar to thoi
DR. ORA CALDWKIX & CO.
Address al ) nail to DOC Building- ,
Onmha. NU .
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