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Tllli ! NORFOLK NKWS : FRIDAY , .JUI/V 7 , UIOR.
NOTES OF INTEREST FROM THE
KINKAID SPOKE AT SPENCER
Results of the Baseball Games Played
at the Different Towns Accidents
at Pierce Fair Weather Helped
Make the Crowds Bigger.
North NobrnsUn celebrated the
Fourth of July In good slmpo. At n
number of towns there wore fireworks ,
shouting anil sports. It was n good
clay , after all , with fair weather In
accordance with the weather man's
prediction , and the holiday will long
BIG PARADE AT PIERCE.
One of the Best Celebrations Ever
Known In the Town.
Pierce , Nob. , .Inly B. Special to The
News : The celebration at Pierce was
ono of the best ever hold hero In spite
of bad roads. There was a parade of
twenty good lloats representing busi
ness houses and comedy. Pierce and
Osmond bands played. In the ball
game between Pierce and Randolph ,
there was a controversy In the last
part of the eighth inning over umpire
decision. Randolph quit , score 7 to
C In favor of Pierce. In a broncho
busting contest spectators narrowly
escaped Injury. Freeman Francis lost
the flrlst joint of a linger by the pre
mature explosion of a firecracker.
Only the under side of the fuse
burned. A cracker exploded In
Schultz's saloon broke a plato glass
by concussion. E. R. Guorney gave
n fine oration.
CELEBRATION AT FAIRFAX.
Boncsteel and Butte Play Fast Game
According to reports in Norfolk to
day , the celebration at Fairfax , S. D. ,
was an exceptionally good one , from
3,000 to 4,000 people taking part in
the fun. Bonesteel and Quite played
n fast ball game there , Bonesteel win
ning out by a close score of 4 to 3.
A half-breed Indian pitcher was In
the box for Bonesteel and It Is said
that ho was a stemwlnder. He has
been hired by Scrlbner for the rest of
the season. Comptori's juvenile band
from "Wisner was present and made a
hit. There was fair weather at Fair
fax all day and last night.
BIG DAY FOR CREIGHTON.
Indians Were Strong Feature Base
ball Game a Hummer.
The Fourth was a big day at Creigh-
Ion , with the Indians as a strong fea
ture. An exciting ball game between
Plalnview and Stanton resulted In a
victory for Plainview. The Plainviow
band played at Crelghton. It was one
of the best celebrations ever held
The score of the ball game was 9
to 8 for Plainview.
GOOD CELEBRATION AT LYNCH.
Two Baseball Games , Horse Races and
Lynch , Neb. , July 5. Special to The
News : Lynch had a good celebration.
Lynch won the ball game in the morn
ing , with a score of 5 to 4 against
Dorsey , and lost in the afternoon to
Blackbird , 9 to 7. There were horse
races in the afternoon , a balloon as
cension and fireworks. The ladles'
baud played here.
ELGIN BEATS CRESTON.
Madison Band Made Music in the
Town all Day.
At Elgin there was a big crowd.
The Madison band played there. El
gin won a ball game of 10 to' 3 against
Creston. There was a tent show as
O'NEILL DOES IT RIGHT.
Characteristic Energy Made the Cele
bration There a Winner.
Characteristic energy made the cel
ebration at O'Neill a winner for fair.
There were sports all day , contests
from sunrise till dark , games , fire
works and people until you couldn't
rest. They drove In and walked In
and came on the cars and many are
still In town today.
VERDEL AND NIOBRARA.
They Each Had Very Successful Cel
Nlobrara and Verdel both had very
EWING HAS A GOOD DAY.
People Came From Miles Around to
See the Fun.
Ewing was one of the Holt county
towns that celebrated and celebrated
In the right kind of style. The farm
ers came from all of the territory trib
utary to Ewlng to see the racing con
tests and the ball game , which was
good. The fireworks and balloon were
good features ,
KINKAID AT SPENCER.
Congressman From O'Neill Delivers
Congressman Klnkald of the Sixth
district delivered a stirring address at
Spencer , and there were other fea
tures that were attractive. A great
crowd of people are reported to have
assembled there. The ball game was
n hummer nml the stores and business
houses nil word decorated wull for the
occasion. The vlHltura cnino from
many nillcH and nil full well pleased.
A Lynch band played there.
BATTLE CREEK'S CELEBRATION
One of the Madison County Crowds
One of the towns in Mud I sum coun
ty , besides Norfolk , to colebrnto the
big ilnyvns Ilnttlo Crook. There
\voro varied forum of amusements ,
sports , rnccs , bull playing and the like.
It wns n very successful celobrntlon
from stnrt to finish.
BASSETT HAS GOOD TIME.
People Were Gathered From Many
People Blithered from ninny miles
nrotind to sec the celobrntlon at Bus-
sett , which wns n hummer. The fine
new opera house the best between
Norfolk nml the. Ulnck Hills It Is
claimed wns dedicated. There wns
a hall game and fireworks gnloro. Ev
erybody had n good time.
VERDIGRE BAND AT OAKDALE.
Ball Game With Creek Rats Broke up
In a Row.
At Onkdnle the I'nvlek hand from
Vcnllgre made line music , and there
wns a general good time. Onkdnle
and the- Creek Rats played bull and
the game broke up in n row. Onkdnlo
AINSWORTH HAD TWO GAMES.
National Sport Given Leadership Yes
terday and Today.
Alnsworth had a celebration thnt
drew well. Two bnll games , horse
racing and good music wore features.
The celebration will last until tonight.
BABY OF FIVE YEARS LOSES LIFE
BOTH HORSES WERE DROWNED
While Driving Home From the Cele
bration at Lynch , Perry Scott Lost
the Road and Went into the River.
Searching for Baby's Body Today.
Lynch , Neb. , July 5. Special to The
News : While driving to their home
in the country after celebrating the
fourth of July hero , Perry Scott and
his wife drove off the road and went
Into the creek. Both horses wore
drowned , as was also their 5-year-old
child. The body Is being searched
Gathering in Denver.
Denver , Colo. , Juyl 3. The interna
tional convention of the Epworth
league opens here day after tomorrow.
Visitors are already beginning to put
in an appearance and Indications point
to n large attendance. Many of the
early arrivals have scattered to near
by resorts to spend a day or two be
fore the conventions begins.
What the Christian Endeavor is to
the other evangelical denominations ,
such Is the Epworth league to the
great world of the direct followers of
John Wesley and his teachings.
Strong efforts have been made at dif
ferent times to Induce the Methodists
to come within the fold of the Chris
tian Endeavor , but the governing spir
its of the denomination , reinforced in
a large measure by the rank and file ,
have preferred to maintain and de
velop their own organization for young
people. To this end they have labored
with unabated zeal and energy , with
the result that , In numerical strength
and in spiritual influence , the Epworth
League of Methodists is now second
only to the church proper itself.
Notwithstanding the fact that the
present convention Is held BO far wast ,
remote from the great centers of the
denomination In the eastern states
and In Canada , the arrivals to date
and the advices concerning the organ
ized delegations and Individual visit
ors who are en route indicate that the
convention will be one of the largest
ever held under the league auspices.
It will be notable , moreover , for the
number of distinguished people who
are to take an active part in the pro
Hart and Root to Battle.
Reno , Nev. , July 3. Marvin Hart of
Louisville , who nsplres to succeed to
Jeffries' championship title , and Jack
Root , the Chicago heavyweight who
owns to n similar ambition , have com
pleted their work of preparation and
are ready for the gong to call them
Into the ring to engage In a finish
fight to settle the question of their
relative supremacy. James J. Jef
fries is on hand to act as referee. An
arena has been specially constructed
Jnr the battle with a seating capacity
of 0,500. Many sporting men are ar
riving from'out of town nnd from pres
ent Indications seats at the ringside
will be at n premium.
Reports today from their respective
training quarters are to the effect thnt
both Root nnd Hnrt are In first class
condition and fit to engage in the bat
tle of their lives.
If you have an article that you want
to sell ; or If you need an article thnt
you'd like to buy ; or If > ou have a
bouse for rent or are after one try
News want ads. They reach thou
sands of people , and among those people
ple there Is likely someone anxious
to make a deal with you.
FAIRFAX CHILD WANDERS LITTLE
WAY FROM HOME.
FALLS INTO HOLE OF WATER
The Only Child of Mr. nnd Mrs. L. H.
Scluiltz Stumbled In Some Manner
Into a Hole That Had Been Filled
by the Recent Rains.
'From ' Mimtlnv' " IVillv 1
Tim little 2-yonr-old daughter and
only child of Mr. nml Mrs. L. II.
8hn.ltnt Fairfax. 8. 1) . , met nn acci
dental ilonth while playing near homo
ono day last week , according to the
Kali-fax Advertiser. The lit Ho girl
had wandered some dlstntiro from the
homo while the mother wns busy , and
In some manner foil into n small liolo
thnt had boon Illlod with water from
the recent rnliiH , and was drownod.
The accident occurred while the fa
ther was away from home , funeral
services wore held next day. The
mother and father nro almost pros
Goo. OofT , Jr. , was In Norfolk from
II. J. nnckiis nnd wife of Osmond
nro in the city.
W. S. Wanser of Plalnview wan In
the city today.
Tims. Knno of Plalnview was ono
of the celebrators In Norfolk.
J. flemlng of David City wns a
guest of f. f. Wnro yesterday.
A. M. Reed wns down from Hrlstow.
W. L. Nles wns over from \Vnyne.
Miss Mabel Ilolcomb of Hrokon How
Is visiting with Miss Olennle Evans.
Miss field of Madison IH visiting
with her friend , Miss Kale Rurnham.
Simon Mayor of Lincoln spent the
fourth with his brother , Sol. G. May
George Heels of Osmond helped to
swell the crowds on the third and the
Dr. Peters was among the Stanton
People who observed the fourth in
Harry Miller of Stanton , who hnd
been attending the celebration nt
Crelghton , where the Stautnu base
ball team played against Plalnview ,
returned to Norfolk last night.
County Assessor J. L. Rynonrson
was among the delegation from the
Vorn Kendrlck of Fremont wns a
guest of A. II. Brockloy over ( he third
Deputy County Clerk J. L. Daniel
wns over from Madison to hell ) Nor
II. 12. Owen came up from Omaha
Monday evening to spend the fourth
with his family.
Clerk of the District Court W. II.
field and his wife of Madison cele
brated in Norfolk.
Hon. n. T. White and family of
Omaha were guests at the home of
A. J. Durland yesterday.
Rev. and Mrs. Sieglor nro in the
city , visiting nt the home of her pa
rents , Mr. nml Mrs. f. Pasewalk.
Horton Munger was In tiio city yes
terday from Omaha , celebrating the
fourth of July with Norfolk friends.
The Misses Ada and Grave Gentle
of Creston , Iowa , are visiting at the
homo of their brother , n. C. Gentle.
Mrs. M. P. Suitor nnd two children
of Chndron nro guests at the home of
Mrs. Suitor's sister , Mrs. S. f. Dunn.
E. R. Gnornoy of Fremont passed
through Norfolk enrouto to Pierce ,
where ho delivered the fourth of July
A. K. names is in the city from
Kearney for a two months' vacation
and visit with his parents , Judge and
Mrs. J. n. Barnes.
frank Denel was summoned to
Strawberry Point , Iowa , to see his
father , who Is very sick. Ho left on
the noon train yesterday.
Mrs. E. A. Garlichs returned today
to her home in North Platte after a
visit of two weeks with her parents ,
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Tannehlll.
W. B. McQueen of Hay Springs was
In the city Saturday. Mr. McQueen Is
a banker nt that point and a promi
nent citizen of western Nebraska.
John Tannehlll , clerk In the post-
office , left yesterday for Denver to
attend the Epworth league convention
as delegate from the Norfolk district.
II. E. Gllssman and family loft at
noon yesterday for their homo In
Doon , Iowa , accompanied by Mrs. E.
P. Hummel of Sioux City and Miss
Minnie nrummund of this city.
T. A. Tlknlskl , editor of the Verdi-
gro Progress , cnmo to Norfolk on
Monday to enjoy the celebration but
became 111 nnd wns nimble to partici
pate much In the festivities of the
holiday. He said that there would
have been n largo crowd of people
from the Verdlgro section of the state
to attend the races If the weather had
been favorable. As It was a number
cnmo to see the races who hnd to go
back home disappointed because of
"Did you see the high dive ? " was
the common greeting yesterday after
the mnn had made the leap for life.
The carnival company remains the
balance ot the week to help the people
ple to ease off from the celebration of
Mrs. Henry Slxberry of Pllger died
Saturday morning In an Omaha hos
pital following n surgical operation.
The funeral was held at Newport.
The shade was not as much In de
mand as on the usual Fourth of July ,
but there were many who found It
grateful before the day was over.
Tlie flag on the mast of the federal
building Is Hying nt hnlf mast today
In honor of the Into Hocrolnry of Htato ,
John liny , whoso funeral son-loos took
The rain hint night Interfered sonic-
what with Iho flroworltH , but nftor It
Imd cleared away numborH of private
pnrtloH sent up dollars worth of rock
ets , roumn candles and tmlloomi.
This morning the commlltoo hnd
moil and teams nt work cleaning up
Iho streets nnd removing ( ho rent
liooths nnd otherwise preparing Nor
folk for a resumption of Hit ordinary
roiirsu of life.
People In the northwest , In lloyd
county and In Gregory county , 8. I ) . ,
ire feeling good over Iho prospects
for n bumper crop In all products of
Ihnl region. Props are said to bo lookIng -
A largo sl/od crowd of dancers at-
1 ended the ball at Mnniunrdt hall hist
voulng , the Moor lining Illlod com
pletely. Many from out of town , who
ind boon In Norfolk to colebralo ,
spent the evening nt the dance , us did
many who llvo In Norfolk.
Postmaster Gonornl Cortolyoii MH
ssiiod nn order providing Hint horo-
iftor service on all rural free de
livery routes Khali bo suspended ou
Now Year's day , Washington's hlrlh
lay , Decoration day. Fourth of July ,
Ijiibor tiny nnd Thanksgiving day.
Tim regular soinl-nnnunl mooting of
illroctorn of the Norfolk National bank
was hold Saturday afternoon In the
mnk parlors. The usual dividend
was declared. The directors from out
) f the city who wore present were
Pol. F. P. Hnnlon of Omaha , Senator
f. J. Halo of Ilnttlo Creek nnd Wll-
lain /M\.7 \ of HoHklns.
Prof. Compton , with his Juvoiillo
mud from Winner , passed through Iho
Ity this morning enrouto homo from"
Fairfax , S. D. , where they made merry
music yesterday. The band inado n
great , lilt In Fairfax , It Is snld , and
wns n good feature of n mighty good
celebration. The music delighted the
1,000 people who had gathered In the
town for the celebration.
Fire In the second story of the
building occupied by A. Wilde , be
tween Second and Third streets on
Norfolk nvenue , broke out Into Mon
day evening and nn alarm was turned
In. The dnmngo was slight. The
rooms arc occupied by Mnrllln. a col
ored woman. The flro was In the vi
cinity of the steve plpo and was easily
extinguished. Some dnmngo was done
Charles Flowers , the 17-year-old boy
who wns arrested Monday on n charge
of passing n forged check at the Star
clothing store and the Boo Hive , with
the name of George Tnniiehlll at
tached , was released from jail yes
terday , the mnttor having been set
tled to the sntlsfnctlon of nil. flow
ers sold his pony In order to obtain
money for the settling of the matter.
No complaint was filed by Mr. Taiine-
George Tnuneblll nnd B. P. Gentle
this morning created Interest by
climbing up the ladder that belongs
to the high diver. A crowd quickly
gathered , trusting that ono or the
other or perhaps both were about to
make the perilous leap for life. They
wore merely sounding the water with
a polo in order to learn whether or
not there wns a net in the tank to
catch the man. They proved that
there Is none and that the mnn lights
in pure , unadulterated water.
Ono of the first and perhaps the
very first conviction under the new
law providing for the sending of dip
somaniacs to the asylums of the state
wns made nt Columbus Monday when
.Tosepb Wells wns convicted by n board
of special commissioners and sent up
to an inebriate asylum until such time
is ho could bo cured of his uncontrol
lable appetite for Intoxicants. Before
being taken to the asylum , Wells wns
brought into district court by County
Attorney Latham for a renewal of
recognizance on the criminal charge
which Is now pending against him for
shooting Ezra Mahaffey last spring.
Dcgnor's hardware store and Hum
phrey's clothing and furnishing store
have marks thnt will serve ns remind
ers of the Fourth of July celebration
and nlso emphnslzo the fact that some
fools never know the limit when given
n little license by a fre.e-for-all good
time. In each of these stores there
are holes through the largo plate glass
windows. In the Degner store there
Is ono hole and In the Humphrey win
dow there arc two perforations. Two
of the holes are clean cut as though
made by bullets and ono is dug into
the glass without going through , as
though a blnnk cnrtrldge pistol hnd
been held close to the glnss nnd the
wad had dug Into the crystal surface.
It Is such actions as these that are
forcing the blank pistols and cartridg
es out of existence.
South Dakota Medics.
Deadwood , S. D. , July 5. The twen
ty-fourth anrrtial convention of the
South Dakota Medical association bo-
gnn hero today and will continue over
tomorrow. The program provides for
a largo number of papers and ex
haustive discussions on topics of In
terest to the profession. Following
the convention's close a majority of
the members will leave for Portland ,
Ore. , to attend the annual meeting of
the American Medical association.
Weds English Army Officer.
London , July C. A fashionable An
glo-American wedding today was that
of Miss Maud Gnines Simpson , daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest L. Simpson
of New York , nnd Peter Kerr Smiley
of the Twenty-first lancers. The wed
ding was attended by many prominent
members of the American colony in
CAMP OF THEM FOUND WEST OF
MANAGER IS PLACED IN JAIL
The Sheriff of Brown County and n
Deputy Viflit the Scene of Dlnordcr
.ind Locate Dlnck Women and White
Women Remy Taken Paper.
AliiHwnrlh , Noli. , July I--Special In
The News : Fur somn lime past \VOH |
of Long Pine there has been n
uogrn , John Mnylleld , camping ou
Iho creek with several lenls and
the HliorllT was notified that he was
conducting an Ill-famed resoil and
selling Ilipmr without a license. The
sherllT nnd W , II. Kealy n good liu-
Kealy armed himself with n liollle
of whisky and a Mslilng mil and went
to the camp lly the time he arrived
Kealy wns supposed to be lee drunk
lo'llsh , HO lit ! entered the lent. He
saw both black and while women.
The sheriff , finished Hulling , started
to Hud bin pard and ns Kealy was
IViund with the outfit , the sheriff pro
posed he buy a drluk. Kealy handed
out fifty cents and got the licor. but
took It along to drink on the road
Then the sheriff arrested the negro
who wns jailed and who has pleaded
Kiillly to both charges and Is await-
lug the arrival of the Judge to sen
CELEBRATE KIM'S ' BIRTHDAY II
Official Date for the Celebration Is
London , Juho : IO. King Edward's
birthday wns ofllclnlly celebrated to
day. The king's real birthday Is on
November ( I , but ns everybody Is nwny
from Ixindon at that lime of the year ,
Kcntlorod at. the shooting lodges In
Scotland , at country houses In Eng
land , or else on the continent , another
ditto Is always selected by him for
the celebration of bis birthday during
the London season. Today's celebra
tion , however , was limited to the Brit
ish Isles. In all other parts of the
empire the day Is celebrated on the
The genuine affection with which
the British regard their sovereign was
evidenced as always In the keeping
of a general holiday and the suspen
sion of business. The towns through
out the kingdom were gaily decorated
nnd the shipping at the various ports
miido a liberal display of bunting.
The day was observed at all the home
military and naval stations with pa
rades and snlutos.
The chief feature of the Ixindon
celebration was the ceremony of
"trooping the colors" on the Horse
Guards parade. Thousands of per
sons lined the Whitehall route nnd
cheered his majesty ns the royal pro
cession passed on its way from Buck
ingham pnlnco to the scene of the
ceremony. Stands covered with crim
son cloth were erected about the pa
rade and wore occupied by thousands
of privileged spectators , Including the
now United States ambassador , White-
law Reid , his wife and daughter. The
king was greeted with loud npplauso
as ho made his appearance with a
brilliant escort thnt included many j
notables. The troops taking part In '
the ceremonies wore the Grenadier
guards , Scots guards , Irish gunrds and ;
Life gunrds. After an Inspection of
the troops and the presentation of the
colors , the ceremonies ended with n
review of nil the troops on the ground.
Estimate of Expenses.
The wnys and means committee
submitted the estimate of expenses
for the city of Norfolk , ending May 1 ,
General fund :
Salaries of officers f 3,000
Office supplies 100
Fire department IfiO
Streets nnd alleys 2,000
Less miscellaneous re
ceipts $ 450
Cash on hand 2,100
Street light fund $1,700
Interest due on bonds
due In 1907 $ 480
Interest on bonds duo
in 1911 450
Interest on bonds duo
In 1911 450
Interest on bonds duo
in 1919 1,710
Less amount on hand. . . . 890
To pay bonds due In
1907 $ 800
To pay bonds duo in
Water fund $2.000
For repairs and extensions. . . . 1,500
Total amount to be raised by
Receipts for year ending May 1 , 1905.
From saloon occupation tax. $ 2,750.00
From miscellaneous licenses 350.00
From dog tax 113.00
From general taxes 15,251.00
From ronil Inxen , poll tnxos ,
sidewalk repaint 1,1(58.83 (
Hocolplii from water fund. . . . $1,591.40
Paid nnlaileit 1015.00
Coal and Supplied 2387,87 ,
Repairs nnd extension ! ! 333.03
On hnnd 825.56
$ l.r > 91.4G
Julius W. Ilulff , City Clark.
Tom Lawnon GOCB West
lloslon , July 5. Thomas Lnwnon ,
copper iiingnnlu and nrch-f e of thtj
Standard Oil crowd , left IliiHioii today
eu route to Kansas wlioro he i < - sche
duled to speak at several chnutnuqua
leatherings ou the methodof the
tfliiiiiliird Oil trust and those nt the
head of the combine. Prior to Ills
loparluro Mr. LIIWHOII nmiouiiomi tlmt
lie would travel west by way of Can-
idn for fear thai. HOIIIO l un ! action
might ho taken mi ho passed through
Now York lo delay hlH arrival In
A llttlo want no , wTilcli is road b ;
several tluuiHiind poruotiH every day ,
may bring just what you \\nnt One
cent a word IH not too oxpnusivo to
YoO MUst Not Forget
We arc c.oiistiinlly improv
ing in I ho url , of making Fine
Newest Stijles in
Cards and Finish ,
\Vo iilsii c.an1) ' ii Kino Line
I. M. MACY.
towcsl Rale : .
W , J , 60W & BRO. f
NORFOLK , NEBRASKA.
Money on Hand.
She Has Cured Thousands
IVadiciiif , ' Aloopalhy. Home
opatliy , Klorlric and ( ion-
Will , by request , visit profoaloually
NOUI'OLK NI5IUIASKA , OKSARD
IIOTI5L , TllimSDAY Al'GlST tJ.
ONK DAY ONLY.
returning every four weeKs Consult
her wlille. Die opportunity la at hand.
I Ml t'Al.Ii\VEM < limits her Pfuctlc *
lo the Hpei lul in-atinunt of i ) 'souses of
Hie y . ear HOMO , throat. lungs. female
diseases. diseases of children nnd all
chronic * , nervous and surgl ' disease *
of u curublu nat.ire. liurly consump
tion. bronchitis , bronchial catarrh ,
chronic catarrh , headache , constipa
tion , Htomach and bowel troubles ,
rheumatlMin , nuuralglu , sciatica kidney
diseases. HrlKhfs disease , disease ! ] of
the liver and bladder , dizziness. ner-
voiiHiieHM , Indigestion , obesity. Inter
rupted nutrition , slow growth in child
ren , and nil wasting1 diseases in ndulta.
deformatles , club feet , cur\ature of
the spine , diseases of the brain , par-
uJysls. heart disease , dropsy , swelling
of the limbs , stricture , open sores ,
pain In the bones , granular enlarge
ments and all lout ; standing disease *
Illooil nml Skin DIstMiNt-n.
1'Imples , blotcnes. eruptions , liver
spots , falling of the hair , b > d com
plexion , enzema. throat ulce.i bone
pains , bladder troubles , weuk back ,
burning urine , passing urine too often.
The cffectH of constitutional suknus
or the taking of too much -urlous
medicine receives searching treatment ,
prompt relief and a cure for 1 'a ,
Diseases of women. Irregular mens
truation , falling of the womb , bearing
down pains , female dlsphn-eme a. jack
of sexual tone. I.euc-orrhea s'erlllty
or bnrreness. consult Dr. CaKlvxell a , id
Oie will show them the cause of their
trouble nnd the way to become cured.
C'litirtTw , Ciiiller , riMulii , rile *
anil enlarged glands treated with the
subcutaneous Injection method abso
lutely without pain and without the
loss of n drop of blood , la ono of her
own discoveries nnd Is really the most
Hclentlllc method of this advanced age ,
Dr. Caldwel ! has practiced her profes
sion In some of th largest ho.ipltali
throughout the Country. She has no
superior In the treating antl diagnosing
of discuses , deformities , etc. She has
lately opened an olllce In Omaha Ne
braska , where she will spend a portion
tion of each week treating her many
patients. No Incurable cases accepted
for treatment. Consultation , examina
tion und advice , one dollar , to those
DU. QUA CALDWBLt , & CO.
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