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ot $>I,UUU for any substance injurious to health
found in the baking prepared with it.
Does not this and the fact that it complies u ith
all pure food laws, both State and National,
prove that Calumet is absolutely pure?
With the purity question settled—then Calumet
is undoubtedly the best Baking Powder. It
contains more leavening power; it is more uni
form— every can is the same. It assures i
better results—and is moderate in price. A
Received Highest Award World’s Pure Food Exposition
BAKING POWDER .
Pur* In tha Can-Pure
In tha Baking,
I*2£ Quality Place
W. F. Butler
Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Queensware
and Notions. The famous Kirkendall shoe
our specialty. Highest market prices
An exceptionally fine stock, all new goods.
Swell spring hats just arriving. Miss Lei
ta Butler in charge of this department. Al
so special attention given to dress-making
and ladies’ tailoring.
W. B. Butler
Barada :: :: :: Nebraska
Automobile flargains 0f ^11 jy|akes
Largest Dealers of AUTOMOBILES anil TIRES in the World.
1910 Kissel Kar, 40 b. p., cost $2,250, for.$750
1910 E. M. E., 30 b. p., equipped, perfect. 650
1910 Flanders, 20 b. p., equipped, perfect. 450
Buick 10 and Ford Model I , each. .. 4*50
Overland 38. 650
Rambler ,4. 450
Rambler '’4. 250
Ford 14.. .... *75
100 other cars in stock. Write for list.
Brand new Imperial tires, 75 percent. discount---direct
from manufacturer t > consumer. All sizes
1911 fresh goods.
28 x 3.$ 9.50
30 x 3 1-2. 14.50
32 x 3 1-2. 15.00
30x4. ..... 19-00
32 x 4.....#17.00
33 x 4.. .. 18.00
34 x 4 1-2. 10.00
34 x 3 1-2. 10.00
M.\ll. OltDKKS PltOMPTfiY PiMJil)
Times Square Automobile Company
1322 Grand Avenue, Kansas City. Missouri
Falls Victim To Thieves
S. \V. Bends, of Coal Cityt, Ala.,
has a justiable grievance. Two
tthiovos stole Bis health for twelve
years. They were a liver and kid
ney trouble. Then Dr. King’s New
Life Bills throttled them, lie’s well
now. Unrivaled for constipation, mal
aria, headache, dyspepsia. 25c. A.
Clyde Stump was called from Ver
de n to sen e on the jury but was ex
cused because of urgent busiii ns o r!
returned borne yesterday.
Mrs. Roy Edwards and her little
daughter arrived yesterday from
SI;liber’ for a visit with Mrs. John
Keep in mind the supper-given by
the ladies of the Episcopal church
next Tuesday at the residence of
Mr. and Mrs. Simon Davies and
little daughter returned year.; day
fiom Vrrdon, where they have sp i;t
two vteks with friends. Mr. D'.vi's
retailed Monday to Verdon from
Trenton where he was called last
week by the death of Lis father.
To the people of Falls City and
Knowing as I do that, there are
many people who know little or noth
ing about the Science of Magnetic
healing, or Suggestive Therapeutics,
I have concluded to give one and ail
a chance to investigate them, and for
that purpose I will give the hours
between I and 2 in the afternoon, and
two hours between 7 and 0 in the
evening over to those who may de
sire to investigate.
I will at those hours give one
treatment free of charge to any
one who is interested.
I had intended doing this long ago,
hut on account of being located in
my home it was impossible to do so.
But now I am located in the Powell
Building, south of the court house,
and able to invite you one and all
in to see me.
So kindly come in and see what
can be in the way of curing diseases
without the use of drugs, remember
it costs you nothing to investigate.—
II. A. Reynolds, Suggestive Therapeip
ist. Day phone 504. Night phono
531. 20th-23rd Ist-3rd 4t
Gus Nettlebeck is reported quite
Mrs. Kate Waggoner anil daughter,
Della, ot' Lincoln are visiting the old
Mr. and Mrs. Waggoner.
Ailo Coons returned back to school
last week, lie has been having a
ti ml owitli the measles.
Nina Snow spent Saturday and
Sunday in Humboldt.
Roy 11 inks was home fiuin Table
Rock Saturday and Sunday where he
has been working on the dredge boat.
William Riley and the Koan broth
, ers shipped out hogs last Friday even
: ing to St. Joseph. Davie Kean and
j Robert Thompson-taking them.
N. 11. Judd was on our streets lust
Jake Awk is building a little ad
j dltlon on to George Smith's house
. this week.
Mrs. Bill Albright spent a few days
1 last week visiting friends In Lin
Hugh O’Grady Sr., was In Falls Cit
Jim Neeld was a Falls City visitor
Steve Barlow had to move on the
other side of the street in the tin
shop with his hoe flxures.
Price Walker has taken the mall
route now. He did not get his
household goods moved In before he
had to begin his work.
Guy Daggett went to Texas Mon
day to see the beautiful country that
Is down there.
Tom Harbor moved into the house
he purchased from Dan Riley last
week. He moved last Monday.
Mrs. Joseph Foster will move Into
her house that Tom Harbor 1b mov
ing out of as soon as possible.
The Miles Brothers had a sale last
Monday and everything sold well.
Male I Stiier and her mother went tc
St Joe last Tuesday to market.
John Ryan -vciit to Texas last
Ti.tM.1ny !ct set' ai cut his land .lcwn
The Unger Longer club met with
Mrs. John Holman Wednesday after
Mrs. Eva Cooper Stanley of Brookly
N. Y. came to thlB city Wednesday
from Kansas City to pay a visit with
relatives here before leaving with her
husband for the Phllllpplnes.
Mrs. B. Stramer left Sunday for 8t.
Louis where she will purchase her
Chris Lionberger made a business
trip to Nodaway, Mo., Wednesday.
Chas. Goddard who has been con
fined to his home with a broken limb '
for several weeks is now suffering
from la grippe with a tendency to
Dr. Chas. Elliott who for several |
weeks has been a practicing veterin-1
ary in this city lias decided to locate [
at Seward. He and his wife will mov’j
It) elicit city in the near future. Hum-1
boldt regrets to lose these estima ;
ble young people.
The Humboldt band boys return d |
Sa'urday from then trip to Toys i
All report an enjoyable trip ami are
well pleased with the country.
Walter Legg returned Friday from
a business trip to St. Louis.
Lloyd Staldt r was a passenger to
Falls City Wednesday.
.Mrs. Clove Sullivan departed Wed
nesday for Texas. Her husband fol
lows shortly and they will take up j
their residence at Lay City where
her parents, Frank Wilson and wife
Lewis Edwards was up from Falls
Master Kris Buersteta has been
quit; sick the past week.
Mrs. Agnes Richards went to Salmi
Wednesday to visit relatives.
Hugh L^atherman ad wife of <_>
| maha are guests of the former’s fath
i r, John Leatliciman.
Utto Kotouc came down from Lin
coln and spent the latter part of the
■week vvit.li home friends.
The last number of the lecture
course was given by the Kinqler Don
ovan converters Friday evening.
Elmer Woods and family moved in
to the Frank Wilson property on NT( -
malm street the latter part of tin
Mrs. Abe Billinger was buying mil
linery goods in Kansas City this week
Mrs. Arthur Gergcns has been visit
ing with relatives in Lincoln this
Benjamin Mickey left Monday to bo
absent for several weeks.
Miss Maebelle Davis will teach in
Mr. Mickey's place in the high si bool
during his absence.
Mrs. W. C. Ford has returned to
her home in Beatrice after a visit
witii .1. M. Ford and family.
Mrs. Mary Hlavaty of Linc oln is a •
guest of friends in Humboldt this
Frances Stump and wife went to
Omaha Tuesday to see their daughter
i Mrs. Jesse Spangler who underwent
an operation at Omaha a few weeks
ago. They took Mrs. Spangler's
children up witii them.
Mrs. H. J. Pritchard spent a portion
of the week in Falls City.
Daisy Peck and Vera Shaffer were
guests of Mrs. H. Schott last Wednes
Mrs. N. Peek was a guest of Mis
('. Mueller last Wednesday afternoon.
Ned lc-acli id of Norcatu, Kansas
Is visiting with his uncle, Wes. Ned
row and other relatives,
Fred Whltroek sold some fine Dur
o • Jersey hogs last Saturday In Fall)
City and they brought good prices,
lie always has fine hogs.
Mrs. N. Peek was a guest of her
friends in Falls City Monday.
Vera Shaffer was a guest of Mrs.
P. Gunn, Monday afternoon.
John Mears and family returned to
their homo from a weeks visit in
Missouri with relatives.
May DoMer was a guest at the
homo of L. S. Nedrow and wife on
P. E. Shaffer, wife and Donna spent
the first of the week with Frances
Stump and wife.
Miss Hath Lewis accompanied Miss
Dorothea Miller from Falls City on
Sunday and is a guest of Miss Mil
ler at the Center school.
Ida Doner was given a Burprlso end
« miscellaneous shower Monday even
ing by tier umy friends A good lira?
wasf reported by all.
Mrs. John llelsehlck was a visitor
ut she home of M-s. Fred Qerlt lest
Rev Schultsse pi ent a part of this
week In Missouri
Speedy Relief From Kidney Trouble
"I had au acute attact of Bright's
disease with lnfluuimutlou of the
k Incys and bladder, and dl»iiiu'3.S'i,"
says Alls. Cora 'ihorp, Jackson, Allc.
1 A hot t of Foley’s Kidney Reui*“«Jy
overcome the attack, reduced the in
flammation, took away the pain and
made the bladder action normal. I
wish everyone could know of this
wonderful remedy.” A. G. Wanner.
Foley Kidney Pills axe a reliable
remedy for backache, rheumatism and
urinary irregularities. They are tou
lc in action, quick lu results and
afford a prompt relief from all kid
ney disorders. A. G. Wanner.
E. Humbaugh left Tuesday after
noon for Omaha.
Joe Estas was a Stella visitor last
Frank Maddox wub dow'n from Au
Miss Edith Cullen is home from
a recent visit with friends at Howe.
L. O. Cornell was a passenger to
Falls City Monday afternoon.
W. Robb Is enjoying a visit from
his mother who came down from O
Messers Joe Smith and Iru Houtz
were transacting business In Falls
John Keefers returned home Fri
day evening from Omaha whore he
purchased his spring goods.
Dr. Hahn was up from Falls City
an professional business one day the
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Veach left on
Monday afternoon for Kansas City
returning home Thursday.
Miss Rue Fuller has accepted a
posiation as stenographer In the of
fice of Edwin Falloon at Falls City.
Mrs. Elinor Humbaugh returned!
Iinme from Nemaha City Thursday
evening where she visited relatives
a few days.
Tile little son of Mrs. Mattie Ben
nett was taken very ill last week
with pneumonia and is very ill at
this writing, x
Mrs. Augusta King left last week
for College View in this state' where
she will visit a few days and from
there she will go to Kimball, Nebr.,
to visit her daughter, Mrs. Thomas
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THE REAL SAORY OF GEORGE
AND THE HATCHET
Such An Act Of Heroism Is Worth
More Than A Thousand
“George," said his father, ‘do you
know who killed that beautiful 1»t.;I■
cherry tree yonder in he garden."
This was a tough question; ami
George stuggen d undi r It for a
moment, but. quickly recovered him
self; and looking at his father with
'lie sweet face of youth brightening
with the inexpressible charm of all
conquering truth, he bravely cried
out, "1 can’t tell a lie pa; you know
1 can't tell a lie. I did It with my
"Run to my arms, you dearest boy,’
tried his father In transports, "ruu
to my arms; glad am I, George, that
you killed my true; for you have paid
me for it a thousand fold. Such nti
act of heroism In my sou la more
worth thau a thousand trees, though
blossomed with silver nad their fruits
the purest gold.' —Weems's Lifo of
The veracity of Parson Weems has
long teen Impugned—ever since It
was discovered that he hnd cribbed
from "The Llfo of James Hay Beat
t'.e," the sotry of the seeds planted
'o spell the name of "Ueorgc"whlca
he attributed to the Washington fam
ily. Now W. B. Norris insists that
he has found the real origin of the
cherry tree story. A grandson of
Weems, living In Texas. has as
sured him that the Incident happen
ed In Wee in's own family.
The culprit was Weem’s tl-year-old
son, Jesse, who cut down a gummy
tree, known ns the pride of China.
Jesse confessed and got a licking. To
make his "Life of Washlngton”more
Interesting Weems transferred the
affnlr to the Father of His Country
and gave the tale a happy ending.
In such ways have histories been
written.—K. C. Star.
Missouri Pacific Shop News
W. B. Woods the supervisor of
the bridge and building department
of Atchison, was hero yesterday.
The coal chute is in need of help. ^
But it seems that there are a great
many men wanting work, but will not
work for $1.75 per day.
Dennie Frame is not at work to
day on account of the grip.
The Funeral of Mrs. Elsaesser Was
Held This Atterrccn
The funeral of Mrs. Katherlna El
saesser, who died yesterday morn
ing at the home of her daughter,
Mrs. Sigmund Spaeth, was held from
the residence this afternoon at two
o'clock and was attended by many
Grandma Elsaesser lias been an in
valid fur more tlian a year and al
though her death was not unexpo: ted
it is a shock and grief to tiioso who
loved her. She hal reached the
advanced age of SI years. A na
tive of Germany, site came with her
family lo America in 1880, Her hus
band died after they had been here
about five years. She leaves three
daughters, Mrs. Robt. T. J. Pruosse.
Mrs. Rgimond Spaeth and Mrs. Ilurg
man of California. The sympathy of
many friends goes out to her sorrow
Mrs. Mario Connell, aged years,
wife of Will Connell, living four miles
southeast of I’resion died suddenly
• Ills morning. She lias been in poor
health for the pant two years but
Him nerning seemed as well as usual
She 1-a , < s ji husband and five child
r>'ii to mourn lri death and to these
Is a xtended the sympathy of friend
through Thu Tribune.
Dr. and Mrs. Kerr Go South
Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Kerr left to
day for New Orleans to spend none*
(Into at the home of their son, Dr
C. J. Kerr. They will have a de
ilgbtful visit and their friends hope
the* trip will benefit their health as
noth have been In III health so long.
Returns From Old Mexico
Ilert Simanton returned today from
a trip to Old M< xioo. Ifo was a
member of the Humboldt band on this
trip, that organization having been!
engaged to accompany the Nebraska
d( I nation of Lumbermen on the Lum |
bormaa's excursion to Mexico. Betti
says he has enjoyed a splendid trip. j
When given as soon as the croupy
cough appears Chamberlain’s Cough
Remedy will ward off an attack of
croup and prevent all danger and
cause of anxiety. Thousands of motli i
era use it successfully. Sold by all
KANSAS CITY WOMAN SUES HER
HUSBAND FOR DIVORCE
Mrs. Speck Accuses Her Husband of
Transferring Affections To A
Falls City Woman
The Kansas City Post Is authority
for the statement that Margaret. KC
Ion Speck of that city lias sued her
husband, Joseph Speck, a Missouri
Pacific conductor, for divorce on the
grounds that he has transferred his
affections to a Calls City Womia
Speck is known here, having spew'
most of his time here since the plug
trains were put on. Some have
been under the Impression that, he
was a divorced man and free to pa#
Me attentions to the ladles. Hi*
wife claims they have been married
twenty yearn and accumulated a for
tune of $40,000, and asks a nhara »f
it as alimony
Why Not Have A Band
As spring approaches, and tfc*
time draws near when music is a
commodity to be dealt for, vw
thoughts turn toward the potiaiblllt#
of organising a local baud. W« have
the talent and all tbc requisite raw
tertal for u good baud All wn lack
is capable leadership and a getting to
gether, and going to work Hlawa
tho, Humboldt and 'Fable Rock and
other nearby towns have good local
bunds, and Kails City la ever at the
necessity of paying them toll, for
their help on special occasion#. Why
not be independent, raise a fund, hlro
a leader ..mi have a baud all our
owu. We have a baseball club but
no bund to escort them out in pro#
er style Never before waa Falla
City in the way of appreciating a
home baud so hugely as Just now. Let
us luy hands to and have una What**
High School Notes
The "All Star" team will play
basket bull at the • -mnnslurr. Pi
ll.oitow liigbt. Tt esc boys aro g.-i-.
basket ball players ami were once
on the High School team *
MIhb Bertha Dwrfrldt Is on the
sick list this week.
We are glad lo sec Lewis Davis in
school again. He has been kept
out of school for the last few weeks
on account of a sprained ankle.
The seventh grade Central will
give a program next Friday, consist
ing of some recitations and n debate.
MAGUIRE TELLS WHY HE FAVOR
Nebraska Congressman Says It is
Not Substitute For Real Re
vision of The Tariff
Washington, l>. C., Feb. 28— When
asked to state briefly his views on
Ue> Canadian reciproeij agreement.
Congressman. Maguire said:
' Tills is a trade agreement nego
tinted by representatives of the
United States and Canada and sub
mitted to congress by President Taft
I favor the agreement for just what
it is worth and no more. It can
not tie tiaatr d as a substitute for
a general tariff bill, nor do I con
sider ii a compliance with the gen
eral d< maud of the people for a gen
uine revision of the present tariff
"1 supported and voted for the
agreement, and I believe it can be
the first place it is a movement for
freer trade relations between the
i'nlted Stall's and Canada, a policy
which must inevitably result in
benefit to both countries.
"I am unable to understand how,
under the circumstances, any con
sistent and sincere believer in tariff
reform could refuse to support tilts
agreement. Although the past does
not go far i neugli in reducing our ow
,seh( dales as against Canada, yet it
will operate to reduce the Canadian
tariff wall, and I am willing to
trust to the next congress to com
plete the work of lowering of our own
schedules against Canada, where
they seem to be either too high or
J. L. Gandy has received the ap
pointment from Governor Aldrich,
as delegate to the State Conservative
and Developmnt Congress, which eon
enes at Lincoln, March 23-24. We
understand Mr. Gandy will be present
and take part in the proceedings of
the congress.—Humboldt Leader.
Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Davies ra'aim.
■ .1 la si night from Trenton, where
they u < re called last week by the
deatli of the former’s father. Their
sorr,, who have been in Verdon fo<*
i few days, returned with them.
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