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; TlfK NORFOUC tfKWS : KHIPAY , .1HIY 14. l 0fi.
MR. AND MRS. OWEN WADE GEL-
EDRATE GOLDEN WEDDING.
IT WAS A DAY OF HAPPY EVENTS
Family and Friends Gathered at the
Home for the Reception Beautiful
and Appropriate Services In Cath
The golden wedding anniversary of
Mr. nnrt Mrs. Owen Wade , who tire
prominent farmers in the neighbor
hood two and one-half miles south
west of Norfolk , is being celebrated
today in a manner enjoyable and en
thusiastic , by members of the family
nnd their friends. Special services
were held this morning at the Church
of the Sacred Heart and this after
noon and evening the guests of the
occasion are gathered at the Wade
homo for a reception and to partake
of the good things that have been pre
Father Kniger of Spencer , nnd Fa
ther Walsh and Father Leister of this
city officiated at the church ceremo
nies , Father Walsh delivering the ad
dress which was cleverly worded and
spoken , expressive of congratulation
nnd reviewing the life of the honored
couple. Special music was furnished ,
the Battle Creek church choir , led by
Mrs. E. Tanner assisting the local mu
sicians , and this feature was pro
nounced to bo especially fine by those
who heard it. The church had been
beautifully decorated for the occa
sion , many of the season's choicest
flowers contributing of their beauty.
During forty-two years of their hap
py wedded life Mr. and Mrs. Wade
have lived at Norfolk. Coming at an
early day , Mr. Wade has had the ad
vantages of opportunities and his fore
sight has enabled him to accumulate
a competency for his old age and that
of his bride of a half century ago.
Fourteen children have been born of
the union , five of whom survive , all of
them being married and having homes
of their own. All were present but
one son who lives at Cripple Creek ,
Colo. , and his family was here. Dr.
and Mrs. O'Keefe of Waterloo , Iowa ,
were among those present. Mrs.
O'Keefe is the daughter of Mr. and
Old Soldier Gone.
Papillion , Neb. , July 7. John Papo ,
an old soldier and a prominent man
in local affairs , is dead as the result
of being kicked by a horse.
Burwell , Neb. , July 7. Robert Liv
ingstone was accidentally shot while
out hunting yesterday , and his recov
ery is considered very doubtful.
MULES DO CERTAINLY KICK.
Ainsworth Farmer Has Three Broken
Ribs to Prove it.
Alns.worth , Neb. , July 7. Special to
The News : William Tolson , a farmer
living ten miles north , was kicked by
a mule while doing his chores. Three
ribs in Ills right side were broken by
the blow. Dr. A. Murphy was sum
moned and reduced the fracture and
the patient is getting along as well as
could be expected. This refutes the
arguments that have recently been
advanced that mules never kick , de
spite the assertions of the humorists.
TWO DAYS OF IT AT AINSWORTH
Number of Ball Games , Horse Race ,
Address and Dances.
Ainsworth , Neb. , July 7. Special to
The News : Ainsworth had a grand
time in her celebrations of the Fourth
and fifth , and the celebration was at
tended by good crowds. Three ball
games were played. On the Fourth
Springview played Ainsworth in the
forenoon ; on the fifth Johnstown
played the Ainsworth second nine in
the forenoon and in the afternoon
Springview played the Ainsworth first
nine. Ainsworth won all the games.
On the Fourth there was a fine horse
race at the fair ground track , Red
Top of Newport , ridden by Carl Ro-
mine , being the winner.
On the Fourth a grand address was
delivered in the Auditorium by Dr.
W. B. Ely , formerly a resident of this
place , but during several years past
being a resident of University Place ,
The dances Wednesday night at the
Auditorium and Ainsworth house were
well attended and greatly enjoyed.
FUNERAL OF GEO. R. DUNCAN.
Killed in An Automobile Accident at
Wymore June 30.
Gco. R. Dungon , aged twenty-seven
years , who was killed In an automo
bile accident at Wymore on the after
noon of June 30 , was burled In Pros
pect Hill cemetery on the morning of
< the Fourth , Rev. W. .T. Turner officiat
ing. The body was brought to Nor
folk from the family home at Lincoln
nnd was accompanied by a funeral
party of eight people among whom
was the fiance of the deceased to
whom he was to have been married In
n few days , and the young woman's
father and mother.
The young man formerly lived in
Norfolk with his parents , Mr. nnd Mrs.
Q. A. Dungan. A grandfather and
brother nnd sister are burled In the
family lot in Prospect Hill cemetery.
T/ho / family made this their home sev
en or eight years ago , occupying a
house on Thirteenth street.
The father and son were both trav
eling men and in company with an
other traveling man owned an auto
mobile In which they made short
trips through their territory. The
young man had taken bis father and
the other man to n train nnd was re
turning to Wyinoro. In crossing a
bridge ho attempted to avoid n bad
hole nnd was compelled to make n
short turn which throw him over an
embankment six or seven feet high.
Ho was found a short time afterward
under the machine , dead.
The sorrowing family have the sym
pathy of many old time friends In
Norfolk over the bereavement.
Bright Little Boy Burled.
James , the 3-year-old son of Mr.
and Mrs. Owen Uugan , died at the
family home nt University 1'laco Lin
coln , Saturday evening at f > o'clock
from an attack of spasms , nnd was
buried in the cemetery nt Winner"
Wednesday morning nt 10 o'clock.
Mr. Uugan Is n brother of Mrs. Fred
Koerber of South Norfolk , and Is well
known hero. The family lived hero
all of last winter boarding at the Pa
cific. Mr. Dtigan is with the Nebraska
Telephone company , and had charge
of the Improvements to the service
made hero last winter.
The little boy was an exceedingly
bright nnd lovable little fellow , a pop
ular favorite with nil who know him ,
and the news of his death was re
ceived with a shock to the Norfolk
friends of the family.
Rural Route No. 3.
Burl Weston Is still "busting" bron
M. Frey'a new house is nearly com
The telephone line No. 92 , from
Pierce , is now doing good work along
the west side of Route 3.
Mr. and Mrs. Everybody celebrated
the Fourth , especially L. H. Lederer ,
who remained at home to celebrate in
honor of a little boy who arrived on
Owing to the rainstorm last Sunday
evening the Children's Day exercises
nt the Pleasant Valley school house
were postponed for two weeks.
DEATH OF W. E. BLAKEMAN.
Passed Away at the Home of His Son
William E. Blakeman , 77 years old ,
died at the home of his son F. A.
Blakeman , Thirteenth street nnd
Main , at 3:30 : this morning. The fu
neral will be held at the house tomor
row morning at 10:30 : , and the re
mains will bo shipped to the old home
In Independence , lown , for Interment.
The deceased was father of F. A.
and W. H. Blakoman , nnd had resided
with his sons In this city for several
Buy it Now.
Now is the time to buy Chamber
lain's Colic , Cholera nnd Diarrhoea
Remedy. It Is certain to be needed
sooner or later and when that time
comes you will need it badly you will
need it quickly. Buy it now. It may
save life. For sale by the Kiesau
PARTY LEAVESJOR THE WEST
Eleven Norfolk People Bound for Port
land and the West.
The Norfolk party of excursionists
to the Portland exposition and other
points on the coast and in the north
west left this morning on the Union
Pacific train for Columbus where they
will be assigned to a sleeping car.
The party will continue Intact as far
as Salt Lake City when the various
members will chose their individual
routes , by the terms of the tickets be
ing given entire freedom in the selec
tion of lines of travel and places of
stopping. The car was not filled by
Norfolk people and a number will join
the party at Columbus to make up the
carload. A number In the party in
tend to take the trip through Califor
nia , some going and others on the re
turn trip. Most of the members will
be gone at least a month.
Those who left Norfolk for the west
are : Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Shaw and
their daughters Katharine and Ruth ;
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ransom and &on ;
Dr. H. J. Cole ; Miss Maude Tannehill ;
Miss May Harrison ; Mrs. W. O. Hall ,
and Mrs. Fannie Maxwell nnd daugh
ter of Battle Creek.
Misses Dot and Dollle Ransom of
Neola , Iowa , have telepgraphed that
they will also join the party and make
the trip with them.
Naturally a fine trip is anticipated
with the advantage of a congenial par
ty enroute. Other Norfolk people ex
pect to go on a similar trip later in
PAPER BY WOMAN PHYSICIAN.
Members of Woman's Club Invited to
Hear Dr. Ewing.
Members of the Women's club of
Norfolk are interested in the meeting
of the Elkhorn Valley Medical society
which Is to he held in the Elk's club
rooms next Tuesday. Mrs. H. L. Snyder -
der , corresponding secretary of the
club , this morning In an Interview
gave the following reason for that In
terest and stated that the members of
the club had been Invited to attend.
"Dr. Halle L. Ewing of Omaha will
road a paper on 'Adolescent Insanity *
nt the meeting of the society , nnd the
members of the Norfolk Woman's club
are cordially Invited to listen to thin
paper which will be given at 4 o'clock
Tuesday afternoon at the Elk's club
rooms. Dr. Ewing is the only lady
physician who has ever attended a
meeting of this society. "
We sell flour , oil meal , mill feed ,
stock and poultry supplies. Flour nnd
Feed store , Pacific block.
PROMINENT FIGURE IN EARLY
HISTORY OF STATE.
HE CAME TO NEBRASKA IN 1856
Was an Able Lawyer , a Fast Friend
nnd n Genial Gentleman Died at
His Home In West Point nnd Fu
neral Will be Held Tomorrow.
West Point , Neb. , Juyl 7. lion.
Uriah limner , a prominent figure In
the early history of the state , Is dead
at his homo In this city.
Uriah IlruncM' bocnmo n resident of
Nebraska shortly after his marrliigo
and settled on a farm north of Oma
ha , whore ho lived for thirteen yearn ,
nnd then removed to West Point. Mo
was admitted to the bar nnd practiced
law for twenty-live years. Ho wan n
prominent man In the early days of
the state and an able lawyer. In an
early day ho was one of the firm of
Nollgh , Hrunor & Klpp. who conducted
od a bank and mill at West Point.
When the United States land olllco
was removed from West Point to Nor
folk In 1873 ho was Its receiver and
was succeeded by J. S. McClnry , now
of Norfolk. Ho was a genial , wholesome -
some man , against whom no one over
had a word to say , and whoso friends
were glad to be numbered among his
acquaintances. Ho loaves a widow
and eight children , one of whom in
Prof. Lawrence Bruner of the State
The funeral will be held tomorrow
at Grace Lutheran church.
L. A. Fisher of Onkdale Is in the
W. S. Wnnser of Plnlnvlow IB In
L. J. Horton of Stnnton was In the
city over night.
John R. Smith of Lincoln was a city
Myron Hodges of Pierce was in the
city this morning.
Clias. Houston of Plnlnvlow was In
town this inronIng.
John Schroeder of Brunswick was
in the city over night.
Miss Luella Blood of Plainvlew
a city visitor this morning.
Dr. J. M. Alden Is arranging to make
a short business trip to Chicago to
morrow or next day.
Geo. Davenport has removed his
family to Madison , where he Is to en
gage In the exclusive shoe business.
Miss Clara Rudat returned last
evening from Madison , where she has
been visiting with Mrs. F. W. June-
Misses Laura and Clara Law re
turned last night from a visit with
their sister , Mrs. Annie Howe , at Ran
Perry Covert , who has held a posi
tion In Superintendent Reynolds' of
fice , has gone to Casper to take a po
sition with O. B. Walker , superinten
dent of supplies on the extension work
of the Northwestern.
C. D. Jenkins , wife and daughter
Gladys , returned last evening from
his farm in Kalamazop precinct , where
he has been cultivating health. He Is
considerably improved and hopes It
will not be long now before he Is ful
Dr. P. H. Salter leaves tomorrow
for Buffalo , N. Y. , to represent Nor
folk lodge , No. C53 , B. P. O. E. , as
delegate to the grand lodge of Elks.
W. M. Robertson , who was delegate
last year , will also attend nnd later
go to Ithaca , N. Y. , to visit his daugh
ter. Mrs. Robertson and S. D. Rob
ertson will accompany him.
After a short session of the city
council last night , adjournment was
taken to Monday night of next week.
John Purvlance Is just recovering
from the fracture of a few ribs , which
he sustained a couple of weeks ago
by falling from a house.
Miss Glennio Shlppee entertained n
few friends Wednesday evening at her
home in honor of Miss Lulu Drake of
Albion. Music nnd light refreshments
added much to the enjoyment of the
Miss Mary Covert of this city has
been elected secretary at Bellevlew
college , and has entered upon her du
ties. It is a very good position and
carries with It a nice salary. Her elec
tion speaks well for the ability of the
A short but somewhat strenuous
shower contributed a share to the
moisture of north Nebraska last night ,
but the showers are gradually becom
ing less frequent and giving down re
duced amounts of wetness , with the
prospect that they will soon cease fern
n time and give the ground a chance
to dry and the farmers an opportu
nity to perform their tasks without
F. F. Ware & Son received notice
yesterday from the commissioner of
public lands and buildings that the
contract for furnishing the Norfolk
hospital for Insane with drugs for the
three months , ending September 30.
had been awarded to them.
Mrs. H. T. Holdon entertained the
Kaffee Klatsch yesterday afternoon at
her home , corner of Thirteenth and
Mnlu , in honor of her sister , Mrs.
Brandt of Omaha. The guests spent
a social afternoon and wore served
with an appetizing three-course sup
per at C o'clock.
M. Clark , of Omaha , one of the
state representatives of the American
Central Insurance company , was here
yesterday and settled the JOBS on the
Levl Boomer barn which was de
stroyed Monday. The amount of the
nsuranco , flOO , was paid lit full. 8
R. McFnrland Is the local agent.
Albert Uockor , son of Mr. and Mrs.
W. 0. Uecker , Is one of the Norfolk
miffororn from n Fourth of July nccl-
lent , having a very badly burned and
accraU'd ' eye to remind him of the
ml Ion's holiday , It was at first
thought that ho. would lose the sight
of the eye , but the doctor now glvoH
Hit some hopn that It may bo saved.
Albert was celebrating with a toy can-
ion. Ho had touched off the artillery , '
nit It failed to respond Immcdlntely
md ho Htoopod over to oxamlno It
when It exploded , minding a stream
if tire and powder Into his eye and
The city council hold a short moot-
ng last evening nt which It was or-
lored that a notice bo served on the
luilniiaii of the Fourth of July outer-
aimiicnl committee to have the
booths removed and the HtroelK va-
. atod at onco. Mayor Friday Issued
in order yesterday forbidding the
nso of bladders on the streets and an
ittompt was intiilo to Holier down the
carnival crowds. Thorn was not as
largo n demonstration on the shoots
is usual last evening , but the carnival
it I factions rout lulled to run and drew
Ilio attention of those who were down.
Tomorrow Is the last of the carnival
latos , but a number of the business
men arc Insisting Hint the streets bo
loured up for the benefit of the Sat-
inlay trade , nnd It Is possible that
Ilio carnival people will bo asked to
move out today.
VIOLENT ICE CREAM MAN
Drives Customers Out With Hatchet
and Butcher Knife.
The Plerco Lendo- gives the follow
ing account , of how Martin Wagner , nn
co cream and bakery man at that
place disposed of a quartet of custom
ers because ( hey Insisted on cake with
Lheir ice cream , using a hatchet and
butcher knife as persuaders :
"On Tuesday afternoon four young
people living east of town , Vlrglo Stu-
irt , George Thomas , Ethel Wood and
Mary Marshal , went Into the Wagner
bakery and ordered four dishes of Ice
cream from Martin Wagner. The Ice
cream was brought nnd sot down on
the table. Mr. Stuart gave Mr. Wag
ner a dollar for the four dishes of Ice
cream and received his change , sixty
cents. Stuart then asked If they could
have some cake and Mr. Wagner re
plied yes , and went and got the cake ,
set It down on the table nnd wanted
ten cents for It , The young people re
fused to pay for the cake , remarking
that It was customary to get it with
ice cream. Thereupon Mr. Wagner
took the plate of cake from the table.
Coming back to the table Wagner
struck Stuart with his fist on the side
of the head. Wagner In a very excit
ed manner then ran to the back room
and got a hatchet nnd butcher knife ,
nnd chased them out of his place of
"Mr. Stuart shortly afterward had
Wagner arrested and on Wednesday
afternoon the case came up for hear
ing in Llttcll's court. After the testi
mony was finished , Wagner was fined
$10 and costs , which he refused to pay
and appealed the case to the district
court. W. W. Quivey Is the attorney
for the plaintiff , while Douglas Cones
appears as counsel for the defendant. "
Finger Taken Off.
Freeman Francis was one of the
sufferers from the cannon cracker on
the Fourth. The accident occurred
shortly after supper. Ho attempted
to light a cracker of the glnnt size but
thought the fuse had failed to catch
and stood holding It In his right hand
close to his loft breast. Ho says It
seems a minute after he had attempt
ed to light It that the explosion took
place. Seeing that ho was seriously
injured he was taken to Dr. Pringlo's
office. An examination showed the
hand to be badly burned inside , sever
al deep gashes across the lleshy part ,
the base of the thumb torn away from
the hand so as to require several
stitches to bring the gaping wound to
gether , while the third finger had to
be amputated at the first Joint. Dr.
Pringlo was assisted by Dr. Oelke In
the operation. The young man stood
the operation grlttlly nnd was able to
be around the next forenoon. The
concussion also Injured his breast bad
ly and ho complained of suffering more
there the next day than -with the in
jury to his hand. Pierce Call.
HANDSOME NEW HOME.
One of the Finest Houses in the Coun
ty at Stanton.
Stanton Is one of the towns In the
Elkhorn valley noted for Its fine
homes , substantial walks and beauti
ful lawns and surroundings. Many
handsome houses have been built In
the town within the past few years ,
and now Hon. Louis Smlthbergor ,
stockman and ex-ropresentative , is
putting up one of the finest houses in
that county. It IP to cost $10,000. Is
located on four acres of ground In
side the corporate limits of the city ,
and will make a model home In every
particular when completed.
SONS OF HERMANN.
Installation of Officers of Local Lodge
John Schindler , mayor of Stnnton
and ex-grand president of the Sons
of Hermann , will bo in Norfolk next
Friday evening to install officers of
the local lodge.
Received the Money.
Grover C. Cornott of Battle Creek ,
who carries a policy in the Elkhorn
Life and Accident association , yester
day received $100 from the company ,
because of injury to his foot.
WEALTHY SOUTH AMERICAN 18
HERE TO GET POINTERS.
SUFFER FROM LARGE LOSSES
His Family Lout $100,000 From Foot
nnd Mouth Dlccane Lnst Year Ship *
nient of $ HOO,000 Scion of a Weal
thy Arnentlnln Family.
I l''ioin Jiiltml'iv'ii linllv ]
Dr. Juan f'arloH ToniqulHt , who Is
at present a guest at the Pacific hotel
In this city , In a Milw year's gradual'1 '
from the veterinarian department of
Cornell university. He Is here to got
practical Information about the dis
eases of animals In tills country and
the treatment of their aliments , lie
IH the scion of a wealthy ntockmaii of
Hie Argentine Itepubllc and was In-
lluoiicod to Inkn a conrso In veteri
nary science In this country because
of the success here In the treatment
of Much diseases and because of the
vital need of such science In hln coun
try. Last year bin family lost $100-
000 V'orth of Block from the "fool and
mouth" dliense alone , \vhllo they suf
fered other IOSHOH from other diseases.
Phe Importance of the cattle liuluiitry
to that country Is shown by the fact ]
hat his family shipped lust year to
Kuropo , Asia and Africa $800.000
worth of cattle , not to monllon Hie
lioof consumed at homo. It. IH now
winter In Dr. Tornqulst's country and
lie fatal stock diseases have subsided
nnd ho improves Ilio opportunity to
Invostlgato here when Hie conditions
ire at their worst to promote opldnin-
les among entile and other stock. The
doctor tall < H English well and ext
lirossoH himself as well pleased with
Ills experiences In North America.
A sou was born Wednesday to Mr.
and Mrs. John Seokol.
Paul Walter of Hcrlbner Is visiting
with friends iiero tills week.
Karl Eartnoy and Frank Risk were
visiting at Meadow ( Jrovo Sunday.
Mike Amhrozo of Tildon was vlslt-
ng at the Hans home here Sunday.
Judge and Mrs. Win. Hates were
Iiero from Madison for the Fourth.
Herman Hogrofe shipped two car
loads of cattle to Omaha Tuesday.
Ijiiinbort Kerbel and Malon Ander
son worn Tililon visitors Saturday.
W. L. Miller Is erecting n largo
barn on his farm In Highland pre
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schoregor , jr. ,
were over from Elgin on the Fourth
for a visit with relatives.
Julius Gnrdeln of West Point IH vis
iting bore this week at the home of
his uncle , J. II. Gardels.
Col. T. D. Prceco cried a sale for
Mrs. Fannie Maxwell Saturday. John
Rodgers bought the opera house for
Mrs. M. Warnko , Mrs. Fred Scher-
oger and Mrs. John .lost returned Mon
day from a two-days' visit with rel
atives nt Elgin.
A hall game was played here Sun
day afternoon between Pierce nnd
Battle Creek. The visitors won by a
score of 0 to 2.
Alvln Luebko , who is attending college -
lego at New Ulm , Minn. , Is homo for
the summer vacation at the homo of
his mother , Mrs. Mary Luchke.
C. Beyor , theological student , who is
hero on a visit from St. Louis , occu
pied the pulpit at the Lutheran church
Sunday , and In the absence of Prof.
M. G. Doorlng the organ was played
by Albert Hoffman.
August Volk , who went to Cleveland -
land , O. , three weeks ago , where he
was married to Miss Otlelle Wienck.
arrived home on the Fourth. The
young couple will go to housekeeping
on the furm of the groom's father.
A very large crowd was here on the
Fourth and the whole program was
carried out without any disturbance
The Tllden Cornet band rendered
some very fine music. Emorlck and
Battle Creek played a game of ball
for a purse of $50. Score 5 to 8 and
Etnerlck got the pluin.
POLITICS WARMING UP
Call for State Convention Issued and
The republican county central com
mittee is about to Issue the call that
will start the political machinery to
moving In Madison cotinty at an early
date by calling the convention to se
lect the delegates to the state conven
tion which meets In Lincoln on Sep
tember 14. The names of various
candidates for various offices have
boon mentioned nnd It Is possi
ble that some interesting pro-conven
tion contests will develop.
At the meeting of the republican
state central committee it was decid
ed to call the convention for Septem
ber 14 to name a candidate for supreme
premo judge and two candidates I'or
regents of the state university. The
apportionment of delegates was fixed
upon the vote cast for H. H. Wilson ,
who headed the republican state tick
et last fall. This will give a total of
1.201 delegates In the convention. Of
these Madison county is apportioned
19 , Wayne 13. Pierce 10 , Stanton 8 ,
Knox 18. Antelope 1C , Cedar 15 , Dlxon
13 , Dakota 8 and Thurston 7.
Will Hurry Krug Building.
J. 13. Hermann , the contractor , who
secured the Job of rebuilding the west
wing of the Norfolk hospital for the
Insane , expects to begin on the new
Krug buildings Monday morning and
hurry the work along to completion
I < | gel It out of the way ( if Ilio Inmpl-
lal roiilrnol IIH much nn poxxllilu. The
mnlorlnl IH all on dm ground nnd ho
oNpoolH to Imvn a Inrgo force of men
working on the WIIH | | nl an early hour.
The nilfHi IHIVO Interfered wlili the
work for wooliH. but unless there In
mmthor Hliirm Ilio himlncsH of hiving
! hu fomiiliillon can bo commenced
II will Inko Homo ilnyH to llnlnh up
Ilio prollinlnnrloH of getting iln > lmH-
jtllal ( Minlnict ready and after that
Mr. Horinnim expects to liavo mnii
mill lenniH employed nl getting Ilio
mnlorlnl on the ground HO ihn ! the
work of construction will not bo de
H.indBorne New Church ,
( 'outmet IIIIH been let nl Stanlon
for the erection of n now OongroKa-
llniinl eliureh. which l > i lo bo : linnd-
Homo Hlnielmo. The eonlrnct on the
building proper cnlln for nn expendi
ture of $ ! i.r.io. ( niul when II l complut-
"d II IH expected Hint Ilio property
will coHl the Hoclely Illi.OOO.
New Trlnl Granted.
TeeiiniKeli. Neb. , .Inly S. After h < > nr-
Ing iirgmnenlH on a motion for n imw
Irlu ! of CiiHhlor Cliniiilierlnln. inillrtcd
for iii'Hon , Judge JOSHOII niuiniinceil
Hint he would grim I the roqucHl
Yoil Most Not Forget
Wo nni constantly improv
ing in Ilio art of makinir Kino
Newest Styles in
Cards and Finish ,
Wo also c.arry a l''ine ' Line
I. M. MACY.
i W. J , GOW &
NORFOLK , NEBRASKA.
Mont ; on Hind.
She Has Cured Thousands
IVacUcing Aloopulhy , Home
opalhy , lOlcot.rio and ( Ion-
era ! Medicine.
Will , by request , visit profesloually
NORFOLK NISHIIASKA , OXNiVRD
IIOTICL , Tlll'RSDAY Al'Gl ST 3.
ON'K DAY ONLY.
returning every four weeKH. Consult
her while the opportunity la ut Hand.
nil CAMWELL limits her practice
lo the Hpei lul troutmcut of dlsea s of
the eye. ear , none , throat , lungB. female
dlm-astis , diHuuHes of children unil all
chronic , nervous niul surKloul diseaaei
of n rumble nature. Early consump
tion , bronchitis , bronchial catarrh ,
chronic catarrh , headache , cuudtlpa-
tlon , btomach and bowel troubles ,
rheumatism , neuralKla. sciatica , kidney
rlH ! < > ; int'K. Hrlulit K < llHeiit > . cIlseaHua of
the liver and bladder , dizziness , ner
vousness , Indigestion , obesity , Interrupted -
rupted nutrition , slow growth in child
ren , and all wasting diseases in adulU.
doformatles , club feet , curvature of
the spine , diseases of the brain , par-
lUyalu , iiearl disease , dropsy , swelling
of the limbs , stricture , open sores ,
pain In the bones , granular enlarge
ments and all long standing disease !
Illnoil niul Skin DlMfiiMm.
Pimples , hlotciies , eruptions , liver
spots. fulling of the hair , hnd com
plexion , eczema , throat ulcers , bona
puliiM. bladder troubles , weak back ,
burning urine , passing urine too often.
The effects of constitutional slcknesi
or the taking of too much Injurious
medicine receives searching treatment ,
prompt relief and n cure for Ufa
Diseases of women. Irregular mens
truation , falling of the womb , bearing-
down pains , female displacements , lack
of sexim ! tone. Leucorrhea , sterility
or barrenesH. consult Dr. Caldwell and ,
the will show them the cause of their |
trouble nnd the way to become curod.
C'liiirrm , ( Suiter. KUdilit , Jll < -
nnd enlarged glands treated with the
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 most
scientific method of this advanced ago.
Dr. Caldwell has practiced her profes
sion In Home of the largest hoipltuls
throughout the country. She hus oo
superior In the treating and diagnosing
of dlneases. deformities , etc. Sh < ha *
lately opened an oftlce In Omaha. Ne
braska , where nhe will spend a portion
tion of each week treating her many
patients. No incurable cases accepted
for treatment. Connultatlon , examina
tion and advice , one dollar to the
DJl. QUA CALDWELt & CO. .
Address all nail to Bee Bulldl'itf.
Omaba. N b. J
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