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About The Norfolk weekly news-journal. (Norfolk, Neb.) 1900-19?? | View Entire Issue (July 28, 1905)
THE NOHKOUC NI3WS : FRIDAY , , U'IY 2S , 15105.
RICH FIND OF A COLUMBUS FARM
ER CAUSES EXCITEMENT.
NUGGET IS OF PURE METAL
Farmer's Fowls Have Access to a
Small Stream that Flows Into the
Loup The Creek Will be Prospect
ed In Search for More Gold.
Columbus , Nob. , July 21. A genu
ine gold excitement has struck the
town of Columbus , and ninny arc
building cnstlcs tin they sco prospec
tive wealth coming to them rapidly
through the medium of gold nuggets.
The excitement started when Adnm
Gessler , n fanner living fifteen miles
west of town , came in and reported
that ho luul found n gold nugget in
the cnuv of n duck. An ussny of the
stone disclosed the fact that it is
gold without a doubt.
Gessler's fowls have access to n
small stream which Hews Into the Loup
river. Similar instances happened a
few years ago , at which time not much
was thought of it. Hut a repetition
nt this tlmo has determined n num
ber of gentlemen to prospect the
stream , in the hope that they may be
able to llnd the bed of nuggets.
MARKS WOfMHE RACE
Defeated Stevens of O'Neill Last Even-
O'Neill , Neb. , July 21. From a staff
correspondent : A foot race for $100 ,
more or less , was pulled off here last
night , when Al. Marks , the champion
foot racer of Stanton , and \V. Stevens ,
a local lad , dashed for 100 yards on
the track. Marks won the race by a
"neck. " It was a very close race and
one that attracted much interest.
Marks won right at the jump.
J. A. Harvey of York was in town
J. II. Houze of Plainview visited
S. W. Deuel of Meadow Grove was
in the city today on business.
J. M. Haefllin ot Columbus transact
ed business in town this morning.
Rred Hemender , a Plainview mer
chant , was a Norfolk business visitor
Ralph Sutliff returned last evening
from a visit with his mother at Ha-
warden , Iowa.
Miss Cora Luikart went to Tilden
last evening to visit with her brother ,
E. H. Luikart.
George Berry , owner of a big ranch
north of Battle Creek , paid Norfolk a
Perry A. Farrer , John Ross , John
Lerch and Jos. Joyce , all of the Black
Hills country , visited Norfolk yester
E. W. Hayes of Indianapolis , Ind. , is
in the city the guest of his father , Col.
S. W. Hayes.
R. G. Harvey of Sioux City was in
town over night. He was on his way
homo from West Point.
Mr. and Mrs. II. D. Baldwin of Plain-
view were in town this morning on
their way to Sioux City.
Ben Heckendorf came home this
morning from Tilden , where ho has
been putting in cement walks.
Clayton Ira of Lynch was in Nor
folk this morning on his way home
from a business visit to Soribner.
Mrs. A. E. Lonsbury loft this morn
' ing for Sioux City , where she will join
her husband. They will make their
'f home In that city hereafter.
Rev. and Mrs. J. P. Mueller returned
yesterday from their summer trip to
their former home in Canada and vis
its at interesting points enroute.
Messrs. Martin and Ernest Raasch
and Rev. Fred Slogler who is visiting
here from Bay City , Mich. , went to
Pierce today , for a visit with friends
at that place.
Gust JUitzke , a blacksmith of Mad
ison , and Chas. G. Gross , a real es
tate man of the same place , were in
the city yesterday. They were re-
.turning from Dlxon , where Mr. Gross
purchased a half section of land.
Rev. David Marquette , D. D. , of
Lincoln is in the city meeting old-time
friends. Dr. Marquette was formerly
presiding elder of the Norfolk district
of the Methodist church and has re
cently edited a history of Nebraska
Darius Mathewson has returned
from his visit to the east. He re
mained several days longer than he
expected , to hear Rev. Booker T.
Washington speak In Pomfret , Conn. ,
last Sunday. Mr. Mathewson was well
pleased that he remained , as he dls-
scrlbes the address of the able colored
gentleman as one of the most brilliant
oratorical efforts ho ever heard.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Ralnbolt are
getting nicely settled at housekeeping
in one of the Cotton cottages , 1103
A dancing party was given in Mar-
quardt hall last evening , which was
well attended and a very enjoyable
affair. Music was furnished by the
The Atkinson Graphic Publishing
company has gone out of existence
and the paper is now owned solely by
Dell Aikin , who is also editor , and is
making a good paper of the Graphic.
The dance at Freythaler's park last
evening was nttended by the largest
crowd that has been on the ground
since the day the park was opened.
Music was furnished by the Stanton
band and the evening was just cool
enough to be pleasant. A handsome
new piano was added yesterday to the
1 equipment of the park. j
, Complying with the order oi tin-
city council , n gang of Western rnlon
linemen from Omaha are today engaged -
gaged in moving the telegraph poire
on Fourth street outside the curb line.
The gang Is in charge of G. W. Jones ,
Paul , the 12-yonrH-old son of Mr. and
Mrs. lladonx , died yesterday afternoon
of Inflammation of the bowels , after
an Illness of three days. The funeral
will bo held tomorrow morning at 10
o'clock at St. Paul's Lutheran church.
The lire department is about to re-
colvo six pair of the very latest coup
lings , for the use of the hone compa
nies. They are made of gun metal
and are non-orosHnble , and the flro
boys will undoubtedly appreciate their
advantage In actual use.
Alex Wlrhnian went to Omaha this
morning where ho IH to mibmlt to nn
operation In the Methodist hospital.
Ho was accompanied by W. F. Wag
ner , who recently recovered from nn
operation for appendicitis , performed
in the same hospital by Dr. Jonas.
Three names are to bo voted on and
four candidates have boon notified to
appear for Initiation nt the mooting
of Elks lodge tomorrow evening. Dr.
Suiter , who represented the lodge at
the recent meeting of the grand lodge
In Buffalo , will make his report , the
owning to close with a social session.
Tin1 improvements on the store of
Parish the grocer are now complete
and it IH strictly metropolitan. Solid
oak counters and oak shelving have
boon put in , as well as double decked
show rnses , with plate glass fronts
and tops. Other appointments of the
store have been made to harmonize
with those modern fixtures , and the
whole bears a decidedly swell appear
Norfolk ledge No.1C. . 1. O. O. F. ,
elected nnd installed officers for the
ensuing term of six months nt its
mooting held last night. M. C. Walk
er was elected nnd installed as noble
grand and John Purvlanco wns elected
and Instated In the office of vice
grand. S. R. McFnrland was elected
and installed In the office of vice
unoxplred term of IT. L. Spaulding. do-
ceased. Resolutions of respect and
condolence wore drawn covering the
death of H. L. Spaulding.
The bakery of T. Lewis in the
Schoroggo building had another fairly
close call from fire yesterday after
noon. At about o'clock smoke was
seen issuing from one of the rooms
on the second floor of the building ,
and on investigation it was found that
the bed in the room was afire nnd
smoking to beat Vesuvius. The crowd
of men who turned out of the neigh
boring buildings quickly pitched the
br > d out of doors , and the danger wns
nil over. Fire had not yet communi
cated to the bedstead nnd the wood
work of the room wns not scorched.
No alarm was turned in.
A few days ago when the Omaha Com
mercial club was making one of their
jaunts through the southern part of
the stnte , just as they reached a town
a nice shower commenced to fall , nnd'
of course the club immediately claimed
credit for bringing it , arguing that
the inclinations of the members wore
so strongly In favor of water that | ( .
( hey must necessarily bring rain Wher-l j
ever they went. That sounded very' '
pretty down south. This morning a |
nice shower commenced to fall here , ,
nnd the Omnha Commercial club has I
not boon within 120 miles of thin ROC-
tion. demonstrating thnt north Ne
braska can got along very well , thank
you , without Omnha or the Omaha' '
Commercial club. ! I i
Landlord Howe of the Queen City ! i
hotel is on the war path todny. The' '
cnuso Is a common one nmong hotelmen
men , but It mnkes them angry just
the snmo every time it happens. A
guest stopped with him last night nnd
loft for the east on the early train i
this morning. When his room was
visited after he was gono. it wns found
that the stranger had taken with him
nbout everything he could carry thnt
wns removable from the room. The
cake of soap went with him , the tow-1 1
els disappeared , the pillow cases went
Into his grip , and Mr. Howe in his
wrath is consoling himself with the
fact that the nmn's grip was not big
enough to carry the bedstead , chif
fonier and carpet , otherwise he fools
satisfied that the stranger would hnve I
swiped them nil while he wns nbout it.
W. A. Wngner nnd his son Martin
were in town last evening for the first
time since the latter wns gored by n
bull Inst Saturday. Martin says the
sensation of being attacked by a big
brute is not the most pleasant in the
world. The animal that attacked him
was not supposed to be vicious , no
one over having had trouble with him
before , those about the place being
nblo to lend him nt will. But he wns
not familiar with Martin , who hns only
recently returned from the university
\yatcrtown , WIs. , whore he is studyIng -
Ing for the ministry , and when he saw
him in the yard ho made n dash for
him , knocking him down , rolling him
over nnd finally picked him up on j
his horns and pitched him over a four-1 i
wlro fence. When the bull struck j I
Martin with his horns one of them en-j ]
tored the lower part of his abdomen , i
tearing a gront hole thnt is still in n
serious condition. Mnrtln says he had
not expected the attack ns the animal
\\as considered safe and he was whol
ly unprepared to defend himself or
get out of the way. Frightened ? Ho
says ho wns never so frightened in
his life nnd never expects to bo again.
His nerves nre still decidedly shnky
nnd ho don't know when he will get
them back into their normal condi
tion. However , ho is thankful that
the result was no worse.
PEOPLE AT FT. NIODRARA SATIS
FIED WITH RESULT.
THEY ARE GLAD HE IS IN JAIL
The Promised Disclosures to be Mnde
by Capt , Klrkmnn'a Forthcoming
Book are Not Feared by Army Offi
cers , Even Though Sensational.
Fort Nlobrara , Nob. , July 21. From
n stuff correspondent : The air around
thin pretty military post of Uncle
Sam's is quieting down after the dls-
turbnnco caused by the late Captain
Klrktnan , nnd there IH a sigh of relief -
lief heaved by every olllcor In the
fort at the fact of Klrkmnn'a Impris
onment at last ,
"We are finally rid of that scoun
drel , " every olllcor says , "and wo are
glnd he Is behind the Imra of prison.
The only feature wo regret la that he
didn't get enough. "
Regarding the report thnt Klrkman
Is now publishing a book , an ofllcor
said : "Ho states thnt ho will nttacK
the social side of army llfo and he
will no doubt make many assertions
intended to give a wrong Impression
of the army. Wo have no fear , how
ever , of what ho will wiy. "
Mnjor Pcnroso la a fancier of flue
dogs nnd one hnndsome anlmnl of his
Is to be entered next year In the Hold
trinls nt O'Neill. The dog Is almost
perfect now , but needs a little more
Work is now on In earnest toward
the building of the now $15,000 struc
ture to replace the old ono destroyed
by fire last winter. Tills will bo
much larger and more durable.
Fred Brueggemann represented Col
umbus in Norfolk todny.
D. B. Perry of Crete transacted busi
ness in Norfolk yesterday.
Sam Rothwell of Sioux City Is trans
acting business In Norfolk today.
Chas. Ulrlch of Pierce was a busi
ness visitor to the city yesterday.
II. Dudley , a Sioux City stock man ,
was in Norfolk on business yesterday.
C. E. Turnbull of the Elkliorn nur
sery , is home from a trip up the Bone-
Rev. and Mrs. J. R Poucher re
turned yesterday from their visit to
Miss Helen Bridge went to Grand
Island this morning to visit some of
her sorority friends.
Mr. and Mrs. G. Abrahamson of
Holdrege were in the city over night
on their way to Bloomfleld.
T. J. Potras , manager of the Singer
Sewing machine company , returned
this morning from a business trip to
Mrs. C. S. McCaslin nnd daughter
I Grace left this morning for n visit
I i with relatives and friends nt Glen-
wood , Iowa.
j i Mrs. G. W. Box of Sioux City ar
rived in Norfolk over the M. & O. , at
noon , and will visit old friends here
for a few days.
Miss Mabel Hooper of Wayne ar
rived today and is visiting her undo
and aunt , Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Turnbull
of South Third street.
Sol Brox , Mrs. Vanslyko and Mrs.
Siles of Ord passed through the city
this morning on their way home from
Atkinson , where they had been attend-
ing the funeral of their sister , Mrs.
J. B. McCoy , editor of the Mouowi
News , was in town this morning on
his way to Bloomfleld. Ho hns given
up the publication of the News nnd
hns taken n position in a printing of
fice at Bloomficld.
C. S. Hayes returned last night from
a business trip to Chicago. Ho ar
rived there just ns the wholesale hous
es were placing on display their fall
line of jewelry and had the advantage
of choice in the best effects.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Fox of Hcllgrado
nnd their son , Fred Fox of Spencer ,
arrived in the city on the early train.
Fred is here to buy a new threshing
outfit and Ills parents loft for their
home on the Union Pacific nt 11
Mrs. G. A. Kuhl is looking for the
arrival this evening of her sister , Mrs.
Blumenthal of Columbus , WIs. , whom
she has not seen for nine years. Slio
hns been visiting at Lincoln. Miss
Blumenthal , the daughter , is visiting
Miss Lottie Kuhl at Omaha , and both
nre expected in Norfolk on Tuesday.
"They had a fine rain at Clearwatcr
yesterday , heavier than here , " said
Secretary Williams of the Elkliorn In
surance company , who has just re
turned from a business trip to that
section , " and their crops are looking
magnificent. They really did not need
the rain. There is an abundant sup
ply of moisture not far below the sur
face , to bo drawn on by plant llfo when
needed. Things are looking flue and
the farmers nro cheerful over the
splendid prospects for a crop. "
Street Commissioner Richie Is ex-
erclslng the city grader on Norfolk
avenue cast of the Jjridgo todny , ro-
pnlring a point of road that wns in bad
"Doc" Bradshaw hns purchased the
Rniney property in the eastern part
of town. Mr. Bradshaw is said to bo
the only colored man In town who
owns the property where ho lives.
Adjutant General Culver of the No-
brauka national guard has issued com
missions to Fred Gcgnor , formerly
captain of the Madison mllltla as ma
jor In the first regiment and to Dr.
F. M. SIsson of Stanton as chaplain
with ( ho rank of ii ] > tnin ID ( ho HIUUO
The News mated \cxicrdny ( bat
there would be dancing at tinUugloH
picnic tomorrow Tliln statement WIIH
made on the authority of a nienilior of
the order , and wan supposed to bo
correct. Now It IH stated that there
will bo no dam-Ing , and Hint that
nuiUHomonl WIIH not u purl of the
original program for the picnic.
The body of lli > rnian PnaHcli , who
wan drowned at Crowell In ( tin I3IK-
horn river WodnoHday afternoon , waa
recovered yesterday afternoon at i !
o'clock , forty eight hours after the
drowning. Search IIIIH conllmted alnce
the drowning and the body wan found
four mlloH below the place of the
ilrownlng. It WIIH badly dlnllgurod.
MrH. J. K. Iloas entertained a parly
of lady friends yecterdny afternoon In
her beautiful new homo on Madison
avenue. Hlx-hand euehro furnished
the nmuHcnicnt , followed by a delight
ful repast nt 5 o'clock. At the done
of the games Itvan found ( hat Mr .
J. Damn had captured first prl/.o , and
Minn Annie McMrido won the all-cut
Fourteen traveling men registered
nt the Oxnard thin morning for over
Sunday , and It Is not n very good HOII-
son for traveling men either. This
WIIH the early morning registration.
Olbei-H will be In during the day and
this evening. Norfolk IB the Sunday-
Ing place of a large- number of com-
moiTlnl men who make north Nebras
ka lowiiH , as they can got in and out
easily and quickly.
A certain buBlm-sn man of the city
fell asleep nt the back door of hla
place of business the other day , nnd
while enjoying a peaceful mmo/.e Homo
practical jokers treated him to a gen
tle Hhowor bath. Later , ho awakened
and went inside , nnd as ho examined
bin dripping clothing , ho exclaimed :
"My ! This must be n hot day ! See
how I Hweat ! " Then those who won.1
next , to what had happened snickered.
The work of decorating and oiling
and pnliillng the up-Htnlrs rooms in
the city building Is proceeding mills-
fnctorily nnd the olilcoH are being
much benefited In appearance by the
renovating proccus. Some of the of
ficers have allowed their ImnglnntlonH
to soar as high ne lace curtains and
sofns or divans ns they have noted the
Improvement that n few brushes of
oil nnd n few rolls of paper have
The cement walk that is being laid
to the high school building on Sixth
street is among the best planned Im
provements of the sensoii. being n lo
cality whom good walks are needed
through a great portion of the year by
the school pupils. With the grading
of the streets nnd the touching up of
the crossings nnd culverts In that
same neighborhood the high school
building will have materially bettor
surroundings nnd approaches.
A report from Lander , Wyo. , says
that the Northwestern extension Is to
go through to that town , on the prom
ise of General Manager Hldwell. A
mass meeting of citizens wns held nt
which Mr. Bidwell wns present nnd
It was promised that Hint Ion grnundH
and right of way would be given the
road and It Is the Intention to push
the line through nt once , reaching Lan
der before June , IfiOfi , if possible. It
was Intended to stop building at Pol-
son Creek , but the enthusiasm of the
Lander people hns resulted in a
change of plan.
At Omaha railway headquarters It
Is considered that there will bo a
great Influx of land buyers to Nebras
ka during August nnd September. The
railroad men have been besieged with
inquiries for crop bulletins from people
ple living in the east , and it is taken
ns n sign that the easterners uro about ,
to give up their high priced lands or
quit paying high rents and rnovo to
the west. The showing of the past
few years by Nebraska lands has
awnkonod a now Interest In the state
and It is believed that a grent number
of now residents will flout Into the
state tliis fall.
Decidoil relief from the 9D degree
hent of the early part of the week
was brought yesterday by a cooling
shower which continued Intermittently
during the forenoon , bringing the ther
mometer down to 80 degrees as the
highest for the day. This morning the
atmosphere was decidedly cool , the
thermometer standing nt 55. Besides
bringing relief to sweltrelng human
ity , the shower was a very good thing
for growing crops. While the ground
Is aboundantly saturated with mois
ture from the long continued rains of
the early part of the season , yet the
hot sun had begun to bake the surface ,
and the rain wns just enough to soften
It up and start everything to booming
again. Only .15 of an inch of rain
fell during the day.
Herman Rlssmnn loft yosterdny
morning on the 11 o'clock train for
Denver where ho hnd been summoned
by a message from his wife. Mr. Rlss-i
man hns boon visiting in the city since' '
Saturday and was kept busy meeting
all the old-time friends thnt ho pos-
slbly could , nnd wns only sorry that
his stay could not be prolonged soi I
that ho might meet more of tlicm. |
Mr. HIssman lives at Alamcda. Cal. , I
where ho has a prosperous wholesale
cigar business , dealing exclusively in I
high grade ten-cent goods. Ho has
been to St. Joe on business nnd
stopped here on his return. Mr. RIss-
man left Norfolk nineteen years ago ,
when yet a boy. He Imd been a rcsi-j
dent of the town with his parents for
twelve years. He went from hero to
San Francisco and promptly worked
himself Into a good business In Cali
fornia. His old friends enjoyed his
visit very much and regretted that ho
could not remain longer.
OLD SCORES WILL SOON DE SET
SHELDON DILL DEGINS ITS WORK
Under Its Provisions One Mill n Year
Is Applied on the Debt , nnd the Levy
for General Purposes May be In
creased to Five Mills.
The board of eipuill/atlon In HOHHOII |
at Lincoln IH ooiwldorlng the ndvlmi-
blllfy of making a slain levy for gen
eral purpoHos of H mlllH. Should IhlH
be done If will leave n Hurplim of JSIIO-
0(10 ( to $10,000 after all the npproprln-
Ilium have been met and IhlH would be
applied toward wiping out the Indoht-
cdnoHH thai ban been IncreiiHlng and
drawing added InloroHl for n number
of years pant. With thin levy and olb
erw to follow , during the next few
yeai-H NohraHhn would be freed from
debt , and II IH considered by many
thai no boiler lime could be ehoHen
than when everyone IH proHpcroiiH tea
a mi In place ( lie stale on a canh basis.
Thin surplus from n 5 mill levy would
be combined with the Hum to be raised
under the Sheldon act and $700,000
would be available for application
against the slain Indebtedness. Ofj
course Mils amount lit somewhat de
pendent upon the ( 'iiforeemeul of the
IIIWH by lhi > county assessors and trea
surers , but I lint Nebraska will be clear
of debt In I he next decade In very prob
able. If , however , the fi mills are
levied ami collections are kept up II
IH figured that Nebraska will be en
tirely out of deb ! four years hence.
Tin * returns now being reviewed by
the plate board show that the lolnl
assessed valuation of the slain after
It IIIIH been equalized by the board IH
going to exceed $ : tfOOOn.100. Tills
will be enough to more than meet the
running expenses on a fair levy and
will leave n neat siun to apply on the
Hlale debt. The Sheldon bill provid
ing for the levy of one mill each year
to be applied solely to the retiring of
the stale debt , went Into effect July 1
and under this law more than $1100,000
will be raised to pay off the debt dur
ing Hie proHonl year. AH Ihe assessed
valuation of the state will Inerease In
stead of decrease next year It IH prac
tically assured that more than $000-
000 of the debt will bo paid under the
Sheldon act alone.
Members of ( ho Htnto board of equal-
I/atlon bnvo not begun to consider the
matter of the general levy , and so far
as Is known none of thorn bnvo dis
cussed It , with friends or with each
other. The board nt present Is busy
equalizing I ho personal properly IIH-
sessnient of the counties. After this
will eomo real oHlato and Iberi the fix
ing of the levy. The board spent its
entire lime Saturday In adjusting as
sessed valuations on cattle , mules ,
hogs and grain , and a number of av
erages wore agreed upon. However ,
nonn were declared final nnd It Is
probable that they will remain tenta
tive until after all classes of property
have been compared and tlio question
of the amount of the levy solved.
Then they will be gnno over ngnln nnd
fixed to raise the amount of revenue
needed by the state.
There Was n Big Crowd nnd Good
O'Nolll. Nob. , July 21. Krom a Staff
corroHpondcnl : The big flue stock
sale on the farm of D. J. Croulu bore
yesterday , In which 110 head of tbor-
ouglibrcds wore sold , drew a lar o
crowd from all directions and the
prices ran on an average of $100 cacli
Gow Brothers Have Moved.
W. .1. Cow and Urolhor today moved
into the now quarters that have boon
prepared for thorn In the roar of the
Clll/.ons National bank and are Dotting
settled and ready for business. For
years they have occupied the lower
floor of the Homo Miller block , but
they consider that the change will bo
beneficial In more ways than one. It
Is not yet known what will go into the
rooms vacated. The firm is In the
loan , Insurance and real estate busi
ness. The now rooms have boon nice
ly fitted up for tliolr business and fur
ther room will bo given for their use
when the addition now building is com
FORMER NORFOLK GIRL GETS
ONE FROM "BUFFALO BILL. "
DESCRIPTION OF THE PRESENT
Hand Carved and Silver Mounted Re-
clplent to Take a Ride on It Through
Big Horn Basin and the Yellowstone
Miss Lorna Doono HaUo , daughter j
of Mr. and Mrs. II. H. Hake , formerly
of this city , whoso name was brought
up in connection with the recent suit
for divorce between "Iluffalo Hill"
jand Mrs. Cody , has received from the
famous scout the elegant saddle the
gift of which was brought up during
the suit. A dispatch under a Denver
date line , gives the following details
regarding the gift :
Ono of the finest saddles over seen
In Denver Is that owned by Miss Lor-
nu Diiinio | | niti > , diuichlor of n H.
Unite * , propricinr of iin > Si .laiiu'H ho-
ii'l It In fn-Hh from ilu > imiUorH' hinidH
nnd IH prl/i'd by Ml n llaltn. not only
for HH homily of carving and finish ,
but bociniHo It IH a gift from Tol. Wil
liam l-\ ( 'oily ( Murrain Hill ) , who IH
known IIH "Undo Will" to Ilio recip
The middle will bo put In MHO at
Cody. Wyo. , Ilio phico Co ] , Cody ohilmii
IIH | IH ! hniiin , mill whom hit IIIIH Homo
of Ilio liirgoHl InloroHlH or any slnglo
Individual In Hint ulnlc. MHH | Haku
will line the Hiiddlo whllo on a trip
thnninh the Illit Morn liiiHln and Yd-
InwHloiio park , on which oho will Hlui-l
Tim Hiiddlo Is hand-carved and sil
ver mounted and frnin HH lonkn should
bo an CIIH.V riding one. It IIIIH Ilio
name , "Lorna. " In solid Hllver on the
canllo and a Hllver plnle on tlio raw
hide Imrn , hearing ( ho IiiHorlpllon ,
"Undo will. Murrain Mill to l.onin
DIKIIIO Hake , innr. . . " On HIM Hill-nip
leather IH a largo "L" with "from"
and n drawing of llultalo Mill In Hcout-
Ing coHliime. There IH nlim a line Hit-
ver-mounled bit with the naddlo and
the millll IH complete. In every way.
After imlng ( he middle on Ilio Wyom
ing trnllH , MHH | llnko will go to Now
York In the full to llnlHh her vocal
training with Home of the henl , loach-
ei'H In America.
Toil Mil8t flot Forget
Wo iiro Hiusliinlly improv
ing in I ho ; irt of making Kino
Newest Styles in
Cards and Finish ,
We iilso raiTV a Finn Line
I. M. MACY.
I'raclicin 4 AliMialhy ) | , Homo
opatliy. I'llcclric and ( Jen-
Will , by request , visit profoalonally
NORFOLK NI5MUASKA , OXMAIID
IIOTHL. Tlil'KSDNY At'CIIST ' 3.
OM3 DAY ONLY.
rnlnK every four weolts. Consult
ln-r wlilk- "pportimlty IH at bund.
UU. CAUVKUlimits her prnctlca
to the Hpuci.il Irt'utineiit of diseases of
ilio uytj. oar. nose , throat , IUIIKS. female
dlsi'-ihOH. discuses of children ami all
I'lironlu , nervous and Hurclcnl diseases
of u curable nut.iro Karly consump-
tlon , broncliltlH , bronchial catarrh ,
chronic catarrh , headnrhe , constipa
tion , Htotnuch nnd bowel troubles ,
rheumatism , neuralgia , sciatica , kidney
diseases , HrlKlit'x < HneaHe. diseases of
the llvor anil bladder , dizziness , ner
vousness , Indigestion , obesity , Inter
rupted nutrition , slow growth in rhlld-
lon , nnd nil wanting diseases In adults ,
dofornmtles , club foot , curvature of
the spine , diseases of the brnln. par-
nJysls. heart disease , dropsy , swelling
of the limbs , stricture , open sores ,
pain In the bones , granular enlarge
ments and all long standing dltteasea
Illooil mid Skin nixriiMt-H ,
1'lmples , blotclics. eruptions , liver
spots , fulling of the hair , bad com
plexion , eczema , throat ulcers , bone
pains , bladder troubles , weak back ,
burning urlno , passing urine too often !
The effects of constitutional sickness
or the taking of too much Injurious
modldno receives searching treatment ,
prompt relief and n euro for llfo.
Diseases of women. Irregular mens
truation , falling of the womb , bearing
down pains , temalo displacements , lack
of sexual tone. Leucorrhen. sterility
or barroness , consult Dr. Caldwell and
the will show them the cause of their
trouble and the way to become cured.
Clim-frx , ( iiillrr. KlMllIn , IMIra
nnd enlarged glands treated with the
subcutaneous Injection muthod , abso
lutely without pain and without the
loss of n drop of blood. Is ono of her
own discoveries nnd Is really the moat
Bclontltlc method of this advanced age.
Dr. Caldwell has practiced her profes
sion In some of th- largest hospital *
throughout the ' .
'ountry. She has no
superior In the treating and diagnosing
of diseases , deformities , etc. She hn
lately opened nn olllce In Omaha Ne
braska , where she will spend a per
tion of each week treating her many
patients. No Incurable cases accepted
for treatment. Continuation , examina
tion nnd advice , one dollar to thoie
DH. QUA CALDWELL & CO. ,
ChlcdBO , tU.
Address all nail to Doc BuUdUur.
Omaha , Neb , J
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