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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 30 September 1904

1 ' - , t\r A QUICK RECOVERV. A Prominent Officer of the Order of " Rebeccas writes to Thank Doan' . " Kidney Pills .for It. cif Mrs. C. E. Bumgardner , a local offi T eel' of the Rebecca , of Topeka , Kans , Room 10 , 812 Kansas Avo. , writes : "I used , Donn's Kidney Pills , - during the past year , for kidney trouble _ und kindred ailments. 1 was suffering from pains In the back and , ! t headaches , but found . after the use of ere ' - box of ' the remedy . ' that the troubles gradually disappeared + so that before 1 had finished 0. second package I was well. I , therefore , heartily endorse your reme- . dy. " ( Signed ) Mrs. C. E. Bumgardner. A FREE TRIAL-Address Foster- Milburn Co. , Buffalo , N. Y. For sale by all dealers. Price , to cts. It sometimes happens that when n man offers to stake his reputation on n thing ho would win by loslng.-Chl. al . . cage News. . ' r f' I BEST BY TEST I "I hAve tried all kinds or wAterproof I clothing and hAve never found anything at any pri...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 30 September 1904

r " SUf.llcnent to FALLS CITY TRIBUNE Friday , September 30 , 1904 a FALLS CITY. ' - NEBRASKA . BOLD , MANLY AND HONEST , \ . President Roosevelt's Letter or Acceptance Warmly I Praised by Travelers NOT ONE ISSUE IS EVADED Professional and Business Men Read tile Lester on a Train and Unite in Commending Its DIrectness. nostonInss" , Sept 2.-On thc day when President Uoosevelt'-s letter accept- lug the uominl\tion for the presidency was Issued through the newspapers : , a trainload of people were tra \ "elinfro111 / Boston to New York The train left &stOI1 quite early in the morning / , mill every man in the parlor car settled him- self down to uninterrupted study ( of hits ! morning paper. With plenty ot time before them ! , with nothing to distract their attention , with no business cares tn come between them , it was quite natural that e"crIIan , in that car should give ' close reall- the letter nn extraordinarily In& In point ot fact , it was easy tu He that e'er1Jlan in ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 30 September 1904

. . 'K : : . . - - - - - - - - - - - - - - . e " eLET LET INCENDIARIES BEWARE .slanderous , Firebrand Methods Again Coming Into Vo : ; : ; ue. [ Baltimore Americ-an. ] It would seem to the per : : on of a fair I -deree ; of per - ; picaeity that the lesson "taught lIy the incident of Leon Czolosz ; three years ago was sunlcientl forceful to have lasted longer than the present .Jlctions of certain persons and publications - tions would lead us to believe it bas ast- ] o.d. A hue and cry was raised against President McKinley along the line of alleged - eJed militarism The absurdity ol that ' cry was admitted hy everybody even before the great t.1tesmm had been in- ; .atlJurnted. But the seeds of sedition lived : r .and throve in the poisonous soil ot : an- archy. In the soul of Czolos7. and his murder < YUs advisers the harm was done. 'The crop grew ; and bore fruit. Ill' had read the papers which falsely ! ! ; ! and traitorously - - ' torously ! declared that : Prcsil1ent McKiu- I...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 30 September 1904

- - AS THE" FARMER SEES REASONS WHY HE BELIEVES I AND TRUSTS REPUBLICANS , They Have Never Deceived Nor nee + tra.ed ! Ih Interests aOlI have At litrcash'cl Favored Lelslation fc IUs Benefit. - Each national camJ.in ; ; ; : emllhasizc [ , the fact that the "farmer" vote must hc 1 rcckoncd with and catered to , and nil parties put forth their beat nrnmcnts then addressing the farmer. Away : fmm ; the madding : ; : crowd untrllnme1e(1 ( by the prejudices and false cries of the pout clan the farmer ea huly reads IUIII thick , lUll thinks and read , and decides tIte question with a discernin ; judgment that : leads to' a decision which is honest ami dlt. : ! hi lSG ! it was generally feared thJ.t the farmer would IJc deceived by tLe ; ; neat : promises made of the beneficent re- . f'nlts to he attained by voting for free' silver but this was not so ; the farmer might he deceived when away from home , J'ut at his own fireside , with plenty of time lo weigh ; the question , he decide for ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 30 September 1904

IuIIuuuIIp-uIupII - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - rk e NEW ERA - fOR GREAT WEST President Roosevelt's National Irrigation Act to Be Wonder-Worker. } - 1 MilliONS OF CHEERFUL , HAPPY HOMES Avenue of Relief to Congested Cities-Health , . i ' Prosperity and Patriotism Fostered by : , ; Contact with Soil-Republican . " Party Leads the Way. , ' " l ' i i : Even thc Denh1l'r:1ts ire beginning to . i t realize sOlllethill of , the possibilities for i good which are to COllie to the whole . . United States through the nationlll irri- illtioll act passed hj' Il ItI'lmLlil'lln Con- . Itoose'elt lUul signed Lj' President jres , ; ; , June 7 , JHO : _ : . The ell1cwrnts Ire uOW \ dniminJ that they "did it. " Still , the [ fart remain that President Roosevelt , bj' the force of his own identity , put the and made it measure through ; Congress . it the law : of the l nil with his olllcini si- ; I , nature I1S Pre : , tIent. It is not a dream , hut a fact , that the I , present Ilolllllution or th...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 30 September 1904

- ' - - - - & - . - . . . . ' > v - . . ' ' " . . . . ! ' ( . . , - . 1 _ . ' " . . . - . . . . . . ' , . ' . . " ,1. . . . . - " " ' AIISRf xa It I t ! ' IiI I Scptember : o , 1904 TI-IE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE . . _ . _ . - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - I The Rosbud Cotlntl'Y. I filed f on a farm 45 miles north west of Boncstecl , .tnd 27 miles nearly clue south of Chamberlain , ' S. D , and I am ninc miles from " . bona , There ( is a store and In- I dian school four miles frolll mc . i I have a ii ice level farm , . . . far better one than many who held )1 ) I thc first 300 numbers , only I had II : , I to go a ; litHe farther from thc ' ' is rich black " 'I ' railroad. 'l'he soil a loam and I can plow every foot of it. Some hay , but cattle have run over and partly destroyed it so it is not hardly fit to cut. _ . . ' ( 'he settlers are very hospit- able. My land joins an Indian settlement where we tarried for I a tilllc , They live in good houses have pianos , hold dances and...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 30 September 1904

wb - . 2 , . , , DARKEST RUSSIA 3 I DY n. aRATTAN DONN LL2. _ . Copyright , 1800. bY Street Ia Smith . All rghte ! rClcr Cd. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ' . " CHAPTER XVI-Continued. ; , The wolves were closing in upon I 111m. 4 ; _ They were on all sides , a famished , i howling pack of devils , their white fangs and fiery eyes showing with her ; , rlhle distinctness as they sprang at him. him.Tho The rifle , swung with all his right strength from left to right , and from right to left , cleared a path for him and no sooner did one of the brutes fall than a score of Its fellows literally . tore It In pieces. . Alexis was becoming exhausted. : . . = : : It was too much for him in his weak ened state. . ' . One of the wolves , one larger than . . , . . the rest , made n bound for his , , throat , but before it reached him sank " , In death agony with a bullet In its brain. " At the same moment , by the over turned sleigh , Alexis caught sight of the object of his heroic quest. It was a woman ! . . ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 30 September 1904

. . . . . . "n ! II- 1 1" . September 10 , 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE . _ _ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - . - THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE Published Evcry J riday at 1'AI4LS I CITY , BRASKA By TRIBUNE PUI3LISI-IING CO. Entered 1 as sccond.clasR matter , January - ary 12 , 190 lat thc post olliceat Falls j City Ncb. , under the Act of Congress of March 3 , 18i9. ONE DOr.I4AR PER YEAH Telephone No. 22 ( , . REPUBLICAN TICKET. For . President , 'l'heodorc HpoHcvcll , N. V , For Vice President , ehm W. Fairbanks , In ) Prcsi c1tiat Elcctor - . l\A. ! Barton , Pawnce A. C. Rlllith , Douglas A. C. Abbott , Dodge . ' 1' . 14. Non'al , Seward W.P Ball , Phelps " ' . , ' M. A. Brown , BUffalo ( _ , 11 . 11. Wilson , ancasler J. C. Robinson , Douglas Governnr--------------- J. 11. Mickey Lieutenant - Go\'crnor. . B. G. l'Gi1lon Secretary of State --------A. Galusha Audilor..I 1 , .l\I. Searle , Jr. 'Treasurer. . . _ _ _ _ _ . . . _ Peter Mortc1\scn \ Superintendent------- J. 14' M'...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 30 September 1904

. - - - r' ; i I T NEW INASKA ] \ ' . NEBRASKA CORN AND OATS. I ' What II Shown by Union Pacific Ag rlcultural Bulletins. Agricultural bulletins just Issued by l the Union Pacific show what Is being . ' Ing done this year hy the farmers I working In conjunction with Mother Nature In the production of corn , i , wheat and oats In Nebraska and Kan- ' , ' Bas. In both corn and oats Nebraska , , mItes a splendid showing , both by taking this year's crops by thomselveu and by comparison with last 'ear. . In wheat there is a fnlllng off in .1 acreage , - In Nebraska the corn acreage in - . creased from G,964,048 last year to 6,174,040 acres this year. This acru ago produced an average yield of 34,23 bushels , malting a total corn crop of 211,230303 ; bushels. The com averages of higher quality than last . , ear. In Kansas there was a { Ie- crease In both acreage and yield on account of continued wet weather at . . . . . . planting and cultivating time r J The Nebraska oat crop hm a slight...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 30 September 1904

- - - - - - - - - - . - . I } \ , ' . . j ! . " I. ; r 1 September 30 1904 'l1-1J ; I' l\LL l.,11 Y 1 KIJjUN I . - - - - - ; " ' } l ! LOCAL AND PERSONAL. a I , Mrs. Herbert IJedg-es went to I. Mound City 'l'uesday. I Mall Hoffman and Toni Frank drove to Rule \Vedncsday. Henry Smith returned from Humholdt Wednesday morning- V Mrs. George Schtneliel : and ! " - Humboldt visitors laughter were . ; ! 'Wedncsday. I Cider and pure apple butter at _ the new cider 1hill at the cream- I cry building- Just received a fine line of street hatH at the Bon Ton Millinery - lincry store , I New cider mill at the creamery I building four blocks north of the .I Douglas mill. 'i 1\lrs. Kate E. Thomas of Lincoln - "l Lin- coin is visiting friends in and near this city. l\Irs. C. Coleman of New Con- - cord Ohio is visiting her niece , Mrs. H. I. Hunt. 1- I Emma and Otto Werner returned - turned Wednesday from a weeks I visit at St. Louis. I A. Miller and family returned from a trip to Missouri the latt...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 30 September 1904

. " . ' r. r " ' 1 . ' , " i : I , - 1 , ; , I ' . . , , , 'T . ) . x ; ' L ° How Weeds Come In. Weeds come Into new regions large ly through the carelessness or the land ] owner. One of the commonest ways of bringing them In Is to Import them In screenings from flour mills or from other mills that clean grains and sell the screenings. Probably none of our states have a law like that , In the Northwest TerrItorIes of Canada , which prohibits the sale of screenlng'3 except to feeders of sheep , and then under certain restrictions. k Screenings contain almost all kinds ' ' . of weed seeds , and from these they : get Into the manure pIle and are car- ? . rled onto the land ant are placed In I the soil In the very best shape for growing. Frequently the farmer pro lutes the weeds on one part of his j farm , has them screened out when t the wheat Is thrashed and shovels the I ! refuse Into the manure pile 01' Into , . some place from which It reaches " 7 . ; -.L he t manure pile , and Is ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 30 September 1904

_ - - - - , - - - = = : : .i. : ! II _ . . < ; ; : N.- _ < " ' ' ' ' - . . . . ' . ' . ' . . ' . . . . - . ' - - . . ' .r"I , " I ' . -.1 { . . . . . : - .J. , ; . . . . . . . . . ' . ft' . ' ' ' l" . ! . , i. . _ . : ; ' ! { " , ; " . . ' 1. . . . . . . ' . . . , . . . . . . . ' . ' ' ' _ ' ' ' - - ' ' _ _ _ _ _ _ . _ . . . . _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , , . . . . . . . . ro , . . . . . . . _ . . _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ . .u. . . . _ _ . _ # . , . . . - . " . - . " P. " ' _ . . . . . . . . " ' " ' - . - , . . . . " . , . . . - - - . . . . . . . September 30 19u1. . . ' , , : ' 11-Ii ; PALLS LI I'I { 11.S : U\Jih " . . . , . . r : . , . . . " . " . . . , " . . . _ .1" ' . t ' ; : . . Curd of Thanks. ' ' emotions of thc The [ tcnder ! good people of halls City and vicinity - cinity are easily moved by thc quick to respond to that mysterious - " that makes ous "touch of Nature us all kin" and our feeble words arc not adequate to fully express our seep gratitude for ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 30 September 1904

i , f y 1 . (1 , laf- . The Cost of Production. The Question Is frequently asked whether the farmer should try to t . make money'by getting a lager price for the things he grows or by cheapening . enlng vroductlon. We reply both , but In the main It must be by cheap ening production. The reason is that l the control of cost of production Is % more under his hand than the control of selllns price. The selling price Is ; 1 regulated by conditions extending far beyond the boundaries cf his own farm. This depends on the kind at . ' / a crop he Is growing. If he Is proS duclng a crop that Is perishable he , will be facing prices controlled by 10' I cal conditions largely. If he Is grows . lug wheat he will be facing prices s that are made by world.wide condl tlons. What Is the use of a man : stopping production o _ wheat and sayS Ing that before he produces any , mON wheat he wlll help shove the . " , price up to a figure far in excess of - that prevalllng at the present time Some men ar...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 30 September 1904

- - - - - - - - . r . . . , ' . . . . September 30 Igu4' ' 1'1-1l 1.ALL ell Y ' KlUUN : ; - - - - - - - - - - - - II : . . UNCLE JOE CANNON , , , - I I ' ( Continued from first pati c , ) ; 1 1 to take more chance There was an improved ! condition in the { market which everyone saw , and the wheels began to turn. f The Rcpubtican Party believes i that this change was duc to thc principal of protection. Now I want to touch my final point in this address , and I wilt conclude. 1'0 do that I must go back and give a little history. . . . South of an , , imaginary bile called - ed Mason's and Dixon's lincthere was in 1860 servile labor-owncd and drivcn lahor. Many of us were born south of that line ; 1 was. This labor worked without com ) cnsatton except support. North of that line there was free labor , which had a voice in thc control of thc Reoublic , sovereign ' in respects - labor , and doing , many spccts ; thc same kind of work. Tiiey voted , and to bc educated to assume thc respo...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 14 October 1904

. . . . . . _ . s , . . . . . . . a.u. . . . . . . . . sYr .M.r.Y VI .L.Y..i..tat.'Y > Y1T KJ:4i3i.4 S Ip re/ It ; ' " . ' " . . - . KI . L 7 . atht alts Gtitl atrihunt. t : . - VOLUME I FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , OCTOBER 14 , 1904. NUMBER 41 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - If"THE FACTS IN THE POOL CASE tI Ever since C. F. Reavis put a label on Martins political ambitions and placed them on the shelf with the rest of the fossils , the Falls City Journal has never lost an opportunity to direct the batteries of its slander upon him. Last week in an article _ on the Pool case they resorted to the usual prac- tice of falsehood and abuse.Ve would not notice this \ . screed if it were not for the fact that a county official ( the F - county attorney ) tries to befog the public mind on the real issue. We therefore print the facts. This woman , Ida Pool beat a little child until his life was despaired of. A complaint was made and the ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 14 October 1904

- . . . . - - - - SENATOR IS DEAD1 I - - GEORGE F. HOAR OF MASGACHU SETTS PASSES AWAY. AFTER' A PROTRACTED . ILLNESS j I A Flpht for Life That Could Not Overcome the Inevltable-A Cnreer That /s / Bound Up In Half a Ccn tury of the Country rs History. , VOltcESrE1t 1\lass.-Oeol'gn 1.'r.1' 1110 Hoar , nOlllut' Ulllted States senator ' tor from J\lasHaC'huHoUH , died al his homo III tills city nl 1:16 : : \ ( ; o'clocle 1"1'1. " IllY mOl'llrII'rho / / ellll followed n 1101'1011 of tlllcunRclouSIWSf1 lint ( had Outinuctl t IIlneo olll'ly 'l'utHHlllY , 111111 canto flO gently that ollly the itttend . hIlt lIh 'HIC' ans were aWIIJ'o of the exact 1II111110llt of the dlsEohlt ; Ion. 'I'ho aUOllllln phystcuanH IlespalrOl ! of the RellntoJ"1 ; mJ six weeks ago ' , hat flitch waH the vitality exhibited hy their IlIsllngulHhl'd pat lent that even tht'y'or(1 1111I'1)1'18011 ) , and the IlIIhlle was at Imen t 1l'1 ! i to cherish ! faith In all ultimate recovery. Last ! Sunday , howo\'tI' ! , all ...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 14 October 1904

. THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE _ October 14 , 1904 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - . , . f # ' ; - ' - LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Ed King went to Atchison thc first of the wcck. li'rcd Oswald is visiting in Cor- . ning , Missouri this week. . 1Irs.Bohr left Tucsday aftcr- ) . ' " , . iron for Reserve , Kansas. "t , Hotl. E. J. Bur1\ett will speak , . in l i'alls City Octob 26th. ! ' , r' ' at . Dead pencils given away fJ , Kit1g's with each 5 cent tablet. A cordial inviatton is extended to all to partake of our " dainty Ma jestic lunch all next week and t ; see thc great Majestic in opcra- tion.-Alex F. } 1\cycrs Just received a fine line of street hats at the Don Ton Mil = \ liner ) ' store , i . t . Frank Simon of Rule was tran- . sacting" business in this city rl'ucs- clay. School children buy your tablets - at l"ing's , and get a lead pencil free with each tablct. _ _ _ n . . . . " . . - - _ . . " , . . . . . . . - _ _ r i , . , . G'eMingTheafre f ! \ H ! Onl1 Night Only . ' Tl\uK'sday , Oct...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 14 October 1904

- T11E BALLAD OF TfJE SAUCY [ ( [ Try rot 1i ; j1 r. . : _ r i/ : : ' i 2 - - , L - - Once 1 wnR shipped ) n'1 1'lIgIrH'CI' upon thl' Saucy Kllt ' , AR good II tug 1114 1.1'1'111111 tn seuSs II I'll toni thl' Illy. 'Vo 1I0\lllllell down thl' Hoole one lillY , nut oily swell a-I'olllng-- Olle or those hl.'l1110E"g'r days , will all the bell buoys tolling , " ' ! 1'hrl'c' \\'Pllthcl' III the south , " fJlI'fI I , " 'Oll het , " says Bill 1\Inguhe , "And If wo get a $ itiiing , ship , WI"11 nlnkt' her Jar ) our hhe " " ' 0 HrlIttrred ) Clown till sliding lens , and ! splutu red III the trough , Until the JclHey shorn uheum lay li west miles on' , And there wo hulled n Hpnlliult Ing' ! with flJlal'M : Ul tall liS thunder , Anti she wars freighted , to the leeks nil 1U1l11lg" gllll\\'nien under , "Now , tinily 111I11 , " siys Bill \Iagllll'o ; i "tho \\'euther'l l'omilltllicle / , Ant If WI tlllw that hrig wc'lI have a Job to lIIalw liS Hick " ' \'n 1'11'111111'11 ' to hCllpnth ) hoe del...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 14 October 1904

. , . ' . October 141 1904 THE FALLS CITY TRIBUNE . & - - - - ' ' 'J' LOCAL AND PERSONAL. " Eat Sowlcs Candy. Sec \Vani1cr for tablcts. Jim Mctt went to St. Joseph \Vcdncsday. ) . . Books of all kinds at A. G. Wan n CTS. F. Roberts of Merrill spent Sun- day in this city. Chas. Snyder of Salem was in this city trucsday. \Vhen you need a tablet call at A. \Vanncrs. . B. Ii' Miles was in this city thc 'B. ' of thc week. i El Eaton of Auburn was an Ii' \ C. visitor Saturday. E. P. Stringficld came down from Stella Sunday. Mr. Fallcrs is enjoying thc fair at St. Louis this wcck. Mrs. \V. I r. Kerr left \Vcdncs- ; . , , ' day for Kansas City. _ R. C. James of Humboldt visit- ed this city on 'l'uesday. Go to A. G. \Vanner for all kinds of school supplies. Dr. A. Gaiser , dentist over Richardson county Lank. Al Pylcs of Preston registered at thc City Hotel Monday. George Holt returned from Omaha Wednesday afternoon. Win Brown and O. Snodan of _ Hiawatha Sundaycd in Falls City. , , A. La...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 14 October 1904

- DRIVE BACK JAPS RUSSIANS TAKE OFFENSIVE AND BREAK OYAMO'S LINE. KUROKI MAKES FATAL MISTAKE - Russians Seize a Hill He Failed to Occupy and Fortify It-Japanese Right [ ) Also Turned and They Are Forced to Abandon Position. ST. pg''mnSDURO-Genoral K1Iro /lllll / < ln'H order of the day announcing his determination to take the offensive 114 RUPlllomcntod tonight by the news flint I an offensive movement has already . ready begun and that the Japanese lines have been broken at Bentsia . 11IIt1.e. The Japanese occupied a front of about flfty.two miles , stretching from BonttHIn.llulzo on the east through Yon tal and across the railway 10 the banks of the Hun river on the west The Russian force has been moving south In close touch with the .lallunoHo udvanco since .Octollor .1. The Japanese oulllOSlll were driven hack In a series of skirmishes , and on October G the Russians reoccupied the station of Shalehe , fifteen miles south of l\Iuleren , the railway ullttllllon restoring . . s...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
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