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About The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191? | View Entire Issue (June 2, 1905)
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. " CAUSE ONE-THIRD OF
, " KIDNEY , " " . . " THE TOTAL DEATHS.
When the Kidneys : 'fail , ' to perform their functions properly by not straining out the poisonous -
\ ous waste matter . .from the blood as it passes through them , the poisons ; are carried by the
1t' circulation to every part of the body , deranging the different organs. This causes heart
. trouble stomach trouble sluggish liver and a host of other ills . all due to deranged Kidneys
H & FoLEY DYCU
corrects irregularities and cures Kidney and Bladder diseases in every form , tones up the
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I " . . . . CURED OF BRIGHT'S DISE ISE.
' Mr. Robert G. Burke , Elnora , Saratoga Co. , N. yt writes-l : am glad to have an oppor-
tunity of telling what magnificent results I have had from using FOLEY'S KIDNEY
CURL \ : after having tried other advertised medicines and several physicians. Before I began
it I hud to get up from 12 to 20 times each night to relieve my bladder. I was all bloated up
with dropsy and my eyesight was so Impaired that I could scarcely see one of my family
across the room. In fact , I was so badly used up , that I had given up hope of living when I
Y t was urged by a friend to try FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE. One 50-cent bottle worked won-
ders , and before I had taken the third bottle the superfluous flesh had gone , as well as all
f . other symptoms of Kidney trouble. My friends were surprised that I was cured , as they
all thought I was going to die. Every few days some one comes from miles away t.J learn
" " . the name of the wonderful medIcine that cured me of Bright's Disease , and not one that
has tried it has failed to be benefitted
Two Sizes , 50 Cents ! and $1.00.
. SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY .
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, Educational artment
Conducted by County Supt Croc1er
RTJLO SCHOOL NOTFS.
The reading circle met Friday
"evening , May 12 , and finished the
. work of the year.
; ' Last Friday tIre school held a
i picnic in the park. Many par-
ents were present. lVe had a
May pole dance , races , boy's base
ball game and girl's base ball
game , the third room girls win-
ning over the fourth grade girls.
Our high school grad uating
exercises were held last Friday
evening The pupils did splen-
didly. At the close of the exer-
ises five eighth grad ( ; graduates
'it marched forward and received
. . ' ! . If. ' eighth grade diplomas. The
. pupils in the grades have done
, strong work , many promotions
being made from each class.
Our institute will be held Au-
gust 7 to 12 , inclusi vc. The
school laws of Nebraska require
i ' - cash teacher to attend the insti-
\ / : 5 tu te.
. f' ; " 7 tute.The Stella high school received . .
I $1).48 as their share of the net .1.
M l QERMANY'S BLACK LETTER.
, . , Comparison of Texts Used in Printing
' r in the Fatherland-Show
. ' . " Unprogressiveness
t " , ' "It is remarkable that so prac
, tical It people 'as the Germans
should .continue to use their blind
. black letter , " says Jerome Hart ,
, r a in the New Orleans i'imes.Dem.
, 1 oerat. "The German text is ugly ,
. and when printed from small type ,
. on dingy paper , with hgh.speed
presses , as is the case with most
, . " daily newspaper , it is difficult to
decipher. Ever since the days of
Cadmus alphabets have been de.
proceeds of the county Field day :
This . was to defray expenses , but I
the boys have put it in the ath-
letic treasury to buy what things
they need for their next year's
The graduates of Rule high .
school met in the school room on
Tuesday evening , May 23 , and
organized an Alumni association. I
The , following officers were
elected : President , James Hos-
ford ; vice president , Miss Rose
Plante ; treasurer , 1\'lrs. lvIalvena
loran ; secretary , Miss Ella Car-
penter. After a short program
light refreshments were served.
About 85 were present.
District No. 101 , Vesta \Vil-
Hams teacher. The interest in
our school kept up well until the
close. The last day we gave a
big dinner , 44 visitors were pres-
ent Thepupils gave a program
in the afternoon and ciphered
against the visitors. We have a
library of 60 volumes , 30 books
and the dictionary were added
signed to convey ideas , and those
alphabets which transfer thought
with the most quickness , clearness -
ness and precision are tile best.
Considered from these standpoints .
points the German alphabet is ODf (
'of the worst. That it is a failure
is i shown unconsciously in many
ways. Advertisers , for example ,
have no sentiment about them.
They want to reach the reader and
each him quickly. Therefore
nearly aU be display a(1vertilw.
ments in German newspapers are .
printed in Latin characters.
"So , too , with the commercial
and financial pages. Stock brok- -
whole system , and the diseases that have
resulted from disordered Kidneys disappear ,
because the cause has been removed. Com-
mence taking FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE
at the first sign of danger. Do not risk
having Bright's Disease or Diabetes.
ers and merchants have no tinw
to waste in deciphering badly
printed German text ; therefore
he t commercial page in the Ger
man dailies is now nearly always
set up iu Roman t 'pe. Circu advertisements .
yertisements , theater placards
and advertising posters generally .
IJ' ; the names of streets on the cor- . I
ner signs ; the lettering on cars
and omnibuses ; even temporary
signs , such as 'No Thoroughfare'
01' Street Closed , ' ; you nearly
always see in Latin characters.
"Anothel' proof of the inferiority .
I itJ' of the German text is the fact
that nearly all German scientific
works are printed in Roman. I
This has been the case for years ,
but it has had little "effect on the
printing of books of a general na-
ture. Bismarck did much to retard -
tard this needed improvement ,
for he clung steadily to the Ger-
man text and frequently sent
back books which were printed in
Roman , refusing to read them. "
SMALL RAY OF HOPE LEFT.
stlry Doesn't Say Whether the Girl
Felt the Same Way-Tale
by Governor Folk.
Gov. Folk of l\Iipsouri was talk
ing about the bill prohibiting the
use of alum in baking powder ,
says the New York Tribune.
A legislator detcribed to tile
governor two conflicting aspects
\ > f the alum and baking powder
question , and each of these aspects .
pects was lamentable.
"I am reminded , " said Gov.
Folk , smiling , "of a Tennesseean
named George Jones. George
lived in Brownsville-Browns.
ville is my native town-and he
had red hair.
"Red hair is fashionable now ,
but in George Jones' early youth
it was considered a good deal of a
isgrace. Hence George , though .
a fascinating chap , did not lmvo
much success with the young ,
women. . . ' . . , - -
"However , one fine night he
raked up .enough courage to propose . ,
pose to a girl with whom he was
very deeply in love. She replied
lo his suit in a sad voice :
" 'I ' ' but 1
am sorry , George ,
could never marry anyone with ,
"George smiled hopefully and
" 1'hat is nothing. 1\ly \ barbel'
tells me that at the rate my hair
is falling out I'll be completely
bald in two years ' "
Matter of Stripes.
A small boy from the north who
was visiting a relative in one of
the southern states where convict
labor is employed in publio htn-
provements became interested int ,
the men in their black and White
striped clothes. One day he went
to a circus and for the first time
In his life saw a zebra.
"Oh , auntie , " he cried , "look ut
the convict mule-Lippincott's ! :
When Ethel cabled to her father
from London her engagement tOI
the duke of Manchester , he re- .
plied simply : "Congratulations ; " '
and when , 0. week later , she cabled )
that the engagement was offs
again , he answered with cheerful )
reiteration : "CoDil'atulo.tiolll."i
Reader Magazine I ;
"Going Up ? ! " j
"What was the man with the
turned.up nose asking you ? "
said a man coming out of a New
York office building , to a friend.
"Oh , he was looking for someone
one on the 15th floor , and I told
him to follow his nose.-Yon-
He-Why have you nick.nnmed
your dog "Circumstanccs ? "
She-Because I have absolutely -
ly no control over him.-1)etroit
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