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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 3 February 1905

si s i . 1 1 j ' " ' li. - = = - = ' - = - ' - ' ; ' - - : . ' , . . ' . . . . . . . - = - - - - " ; ; ; - ' _ . . . . . . . . ' , . . : . ,1'HE ILLS CiTY TRiBUNE ctruest ; in his \'oi-1 : ; : can i resist the J . ! - - - - iilspiratiotl , of f these institutes ' ! : . : Published . .1 \ 'crFrirt ' .1 } , \ ' at 'l'hctend , lo raise itgriculture to _ . t .FAf..fA S : ' CI'J ' Y , NEBRASIcA tt Righter p1.ine of didnty aHl ! to . : . . _ B\ , inspire tiled to Netter and ; 1110r : ) . ! ; ' 1'IIPUa. PUBJASHING CO . prolithble method , " t' , . , : , ' , - .1 . , _ , . - . . . . . " " " . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . " ' . , jl : lItcdn , ns sc ell -claI S matter . . JIII\1. ' I ' lie AubunHerald speal.s ; of f , , 'd : : ; l : ; > ' ' UYJJl.ll tlit ! pD.4t : eli : ; eat i , 'a11 . . these dtys when sansagc ; is a ; 1 rn -I 1' Utt \ ' . 3VCh. ! , urltter the Act of ( : ot1gres , ' . . , (3fJtl ' . dady ; diet a ts , ground ) hog day . ' ; iIJ. " ( Jf' Iill'ch J. 111) 1" 'r' ...

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 — 3 February 1905

, f P Pt - . , A Hundred Years Hence. A hundred years lIence and whal natters all this toll and strife ? j A transient ! dawn a narrow little dar , And twllllht IIhall1.8 us for ct.rnlty. Peasant ! and pOll'ntata will turn al last And mix their dust , the worms will feed on rach ! 1 rnIIII'tln11 y. And If Indeed they Hpeak 7'he truth who tell U8 of Ii life beyond Each will meet each before 1throne , Wleli each Clean from the flesh , resolves Into 11I1an. . Ahl Symbols oC n rest that Is ! no rest Decking the worn out covering of flesh With atone and brass , and banncrct and Hhleh1 : All It you wOllldlroAer'o their very dust From contact wit a lesser kind's decay- Vhat of the night ? Why were wo born to sin : And suffering who gains by our regret ? Can we bl' even euro that al the elll ! Of all our trouble we shall be allowed 'J'o simply sleep ) eternity away ? Will all lie nchlng hearts and weary IImlm Dlsco\'PI' Hlumhl1r on the other Hide ? Or will they rise , as Prophets say they :...

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 — 3 February 1905

- - - . . ' -r , ' . J , ? \ / ' 1I " r. , , lI ll L , \ ' . , " , . ' $ ATE or 1l [ CUMN WAR ' , 7' " ' ' " ' ' ' ' LN j \1 \ . . . . ' . " ' ; : 't : ' , .BY ST'6 .R4m' : . . f , -.JV : . . , _ . , ' " , ; . . . . . . " ' - - ; ; . . Copyright , 1S7 ! ! , tly F. Tennyson Ne IY. I " , : , . CHAPTER XVI.-Contlnued , - , . ; : ; ; , ° , "Bravo ! II cries Jack ; "such sublime . ' , ; . 4 : . \ . - courage must always command my 1'0' . > i : BJect. I am at your side , senor If "t ; . there are ladies to protect , every man r. here , I am sure , will do his duty. " . , ? Jack undoubtedly means every f ' L' ' . word , although he dresses his inn- _ . , ' - . - guage in this bombastic manner In ort . . . : 't ' ' del' to match noblado , who , impressed ' : \ : ' . . with the fact that his devotion to uty- . . : " . ; " ' : . . : . . . . as a Spanish gentleman has borne . .t. : . .1" ' . " fruit , eagerly reaches out his long thin . . . . . . . . ' . - band. , . : : \ ; : . ; . " , "Sir...

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 — 3 February 1905

t Twice Told Tules. Mel Hcr hey of Falls City spent the fore part of the week in Verdon.- Verdon Vedettc. Fritz Herbster of Falls City was interviewing friends in in these parts 'J'uesday.Verdon Vedette. ( - - - A small company of 1riends were entertained on Wednesday evening by j l'a Cooper at her hem , complimentary to her guests , thc Misses Holland , Slo- , , . . cum and Klnntan.Tll1St was indulged in and dainty refresh- meiits aldcd to the - cvcmng's pleasure. II um bold t r4eadcl' - - - - One of the new lady editors of the Beatrice Express has her bon- net on straight when she writes that justice will remain un- throncl and wrong'S unrig'hted ese so long as party weighs more than principle and ballots have a 11101H'Y val'le.-Hutt1boldt Lead- e r . - - - - Gideoal Daes l111er is now printing - ing' a pap r at Darrow , O. ' 1' \ , for thc Gi iitlirie , Ii'ain'icw l & Western ' Construction Co. , Whldl has fuundcel the ' town. He has asked to he made postmaster and will doubt...

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 — 3 February 1905

- . f . . .I' I J "L. " .r : Y r - v . ' 1" " . \ . r . rr. < < I . - ; ( " , r " - . . ; ' . , , ? jI. I' ; . , J. - . - . . lJ . . . , I . , . . 1 . . . ' " ' , ' ? ' LESSON V.-JANUARY 29. ' , ' GOLDEN TEXT.-l"or " God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten . Son that whosoever uellcveth In him should not perish ! , hilt have everlasting Ilfl -John. 3:16. : I. The Kingdom of Heaven-What Christ came to 10 , as he himself pro0 claimed ( l\Iatt. 4.17) : ) , was to bring the kingdom of heaven to earth , to transform . form the peoples of the earth into members of that kingdom ] , and thus to change this world into the new heavens and the new earth , the city _ of God , described In the last ] two chapters of Revelation. The first thing to do in taking tip this lesson Is to obtain a clear view . of what the kingdom of heaven Is. It la not any outward organization , however . _ ever many organizations may he In. eluded in It , but It Is that condition of things where , ...

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 — 3 February 1905

. . - - - - - - - W Loans Lands. . . 610 Acre Marshall : County , I1aUS ( S. 51,000. Will consider 80 acres as part p.t ) ' . i HO Acres Richardson County , Neb. $6 , 100. . . J / Part in cu1t'a tion. Prairie land. , ' - 4 Good residence at a bargain , close to business Falls City , 150 Acres. \ \'ell1OCttetl. ; f1 ] Barg-ain in heal l Estate. : I , \ "Ioncto - I.Oai1. Annuai In- ' t terest. Optional Paymel1t I - - L--Hen C. I Mortag-es boug-h - - enry I Smith , Falls l City , Neb. : ShutJin . But True People the world over were I horrilied on learning the burn- I I ing- of a Chicago theatre in which nearly six hundred people lost ! their lives , yet tore than five times this number over 3.000 I pl'ople lied from pncumoni'a in Ch l : lJo luring the same year , with scarcely a passing notice. 1 very one of these cases of pncu- mrl1ia resulted from a ( old and could bare been prevented by the timl'ly use of Chambcrlain's Cough l emcd ) ' . A great many who had every reason to fear pne...

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 — 3 February 1905

r . . . . ; ' - " - - - - t , DECREES OF FASHION ' - STYLES AND COSTUMES FOR ANY AND ALL OCCASIONS Waist' and Skirt to Match Is Now the Proper Thing-Evening Waist of Ivory-Colored Silk-Winter Frock ' . . for a Child-Lace Robes In Favor. 'y 4" , Late Vogues In Laces TJiore Is the splendidly showy Point _ de Flanders which wears forever and can be patched and darned afterward with bits of finer lace. And there Is the heavy IrIsh crochet which can always - ways bo reclaimed hy a stitch or two or crochet work. There are hundreds or Imitation " laces which are very nIce , Indeed , both for trimmIngs and for making up the k . vest and smaller parts of the gown. - . . . . -r- A great many laces are applied in . long panelesque fashIon and , for thIs r. purpose , the strong heavy laces are uRod. And , then , along each side of L. the lace panel there Is an opportunity . . . . for some very fine hundworle. One , -r- lace panel was bordered with emhrold- . ered daIsies in the middle of which ...

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 — 3 February 1905

1 II I I ' 1 \ I' ' I , . " ' . ' , , , , _ , , , , , , , , , , , , , , .uoMO"-- _ . , . ' . , . . I : i FOR THE YEAR 1905 trl. . . . 1 I : F _ H _ _ _ > > H LJ r % I' ' I ' 'lh. \ : I If. . . I \ tl : , -t . ) . \ . ; ; , . ' } - 'I ; , lf : ? ( , ; , ) { j .J .g L - . . . -T , . . . . _ . , 1 ir s ; 1. ! .IIX..I : . . . ' " " , } , . ai : b t ' . . . . : : ; ; i : ; ; ; ; r ; ; ' Mattings better than ever. The Spring ! line now coming in and at a price always the \vest. I , We have just received i , UOO ( yards of " Japanese ftattings that ve viII sell as a leader at 25c per yard. This . grade . always brings 35c in other stores. You viII do well to anticipate , your . needs. The war has shortened the supply and when this is gone \ve cannot duplicate. . \\le will carry a fuller line of Carpets this spring than usual. Keep this in lilind. We are in a situation to save you nloney. All ! ! Car- pets sewed on our own l1ulchines. Vie can give you an Ingrain Carpet sewed in 20 , "...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 3 February 1905

Palls City Tribune BY TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO. ALLS CITY . . NERASKA. Strange to say , the New Yorker who tried to eat a whole roast pig on a " - K . wager did not get the better of the other animal , which was plainly the smaller of the two. Now that a Paris scientist has dls. I covered that kissing instead of being dangerous and deleterious is really pathologically beneficial , it is possible the practice will be resumed. The Washington Post thinks DI' hulls , after stating for one reason why young men do not enter the ministry - - - . that it does not wasted ; . - - - istry pay , f time in thinking up seven other rel1- sons. - - - Miss Joyce , the "perfect model , " , , leads the simple life to keep a pert - t " ' " ? , . ' - - feet figure. That kind of argument will have more weight with women " than years of preaching by Parson Wagner. t t A correspondent asks us to define a " , . philosopher. 'Ve reply that a plitloso ; pher is a man who has nothing that can bo stolen , and who ...

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 — 3 February 1905

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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 — 3 February 1905

.1' 'J " l t , : f i , ' . . . , I I , ) II I I I , I . i , " fl. H- . . I I . t f . . , ; . ' . , , [ , ' , " - " ' " " ' . - . li : r ' - t- \ " I , . ' - . - ' t rr-- ff " i . - 1 " ; : - - - - - - - - - - . . . - - - - - - - . LESSON VI-FEBRUARY 5. GOLDEN JX'l'-WIIOSOC\'Ct' will , let him lake the water oC life rl'cclnc " 17 , - - . - . . 1. The Teacher nesting by n Famous Well.-Vs. 1.G. For several months , Jesus und John were preach- - lug to crowds at time same time in different parts of Judea ] , John extending . ing his labors up the Jordan , hut not entering Galilee , so far as wo Imow. Jesus , through his apostles ) , brought the believers to open confession by baptism. John ] , from the nature of his work , sent to .lesus those Interested and desiring to bo delivered from sin , till ere long , .1"HU had ] snore Ccnm ' fessed followers than John. John's glory ] was In seU.renunclatlon , and In ! leading ] men from himself to the 1\Iessluh. Time natural result was that the...

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 — 3 February 1905

i r l , : . . . = ; ' ; ; ' " ' ; ; " .u. . - - . . . . . . . . . . _ . . . . . : . . . : . . . . . . : - ! District COlU't. \ : ft. ' ' [ 'hl' COlll't house ! has ! heen n I. Vl'I'Y busy place this week The [ f ( ; raid : jury wns itl1pnnnelcd Monday - clay and .Tl\tlg'c \ elJig'al' } appoint- . l'cl ( ; eorgeVa1kins fore inan. The I jury has ! been \'el'Y active in in- V ( tig'atillg''al' ells ofTences ll(1 E at this \ writing ( 'I'hursdal ) is V' " , till It wOI'I Indictmellts have t' r heed I rl'ttl\'l1ed \ against l \VIJiatl1 ( { t Perkins , a you ug colored 111:111 : , for t forrv. ; Otis Sitl1ms , the young I plan \ who hit C. Stllcke over the t hetl ; with a billiard cue at Nuns \ ( 'it , last fall was indicted for assault ! with intent to kill and 1111'l'lll'I' . Simlll ! was released ! 011 J 1011(15 of a thollsand dollars alld ( ; will probably have his trial next L wet . lt. I . Fattnoll and A. .1. , I - 1\ ' ( ' , fiver will appear ; with COllllt ) ' attorney James for t...

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 — 3 February 1905

if \ r y - : : - EASY TO INCREASE HEIGHT. , ' \ \ - - 1 Apparatus That wrll Accomplish Task Recently Patented The Bertillon system has received a sad blow in the demonstration of ( the fact that a person may to a very great extent change his physical " I ' pro" I . . . t' . . . portions. Postal Inspector William A - , ' ; Williams , attached to the Denver post. a . office , has taken it on himself to show l ; . how this could be done , and some , . , lime ago he subjected himself to an iI r " 1 : : . ' examination and then started In on I. ' . a systematic scheme for the purpose ; f , of bringing about such changes in his T general shape and appearance as to r t . . . , , } \ , " L ( I f , - y- U. U . , . . , . . . , - , . , t i..4 ' fJ . . . . : ' I'.t , , / i' " ' . ' ; \ . . : - : . . . I . j \ . " ' , , . ' " ' " ' 11" : , , j J \ ' ; - .pf ' > make it difficult to identify him hy / the measurements previously made hy r' the Bertillon system , which were c thought to be infal...

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 — 3 February 1905

- . - - - - - - - 1 , Venlon. . Fred Shafer of near Shuuert and Maggie Hanley of Verdon were married at the Catholic F F church in Dawson by the priest at 8 o'clock a. in . 'he ( 'cddinti party returned to the home of the 1' bride where all excellent dinner was sen'ed. l\Ir. Shafer is an ex- I , cmplary young man and an in- ' chtstriouR farmer. The ] bride is the daughter of our esteemed cit- e izcn i , James Hanlc ) ' . She is a popular young lady a graduate from the Verdon Ugh school and 1 will be missed in society. May peace and pleasure : 'tlend them through their matrimonial life. Sheriff Hossack was in Verdon j 4 'l'Ul'sday on official busincss. { 1 School has been closed at Cu- H palo on account of scarlet fe\'er. ± Two of Mr. Leon ards children arc quite sick. Cards are out announcing the ' ' ' of marriage on next Tuesday WIllic Burns and Lettie 'Vea\'Cl" on'l'ucs- Lan Yantiss came In on - lay " from Long Island , Kansas for a short visit to relatives and . . ftil'nds. - Leo...

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 — 10 February 1905

- . . a . , . ' ht jj alts otitl ! rth'rnw ' 1 s .tf _ _ . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ r Vul. II. N To. 6 FALLS CITY , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 10 , 1905. \V hole No. 58 - - - Saylor-Thorn At noon Feu. , 5th at the homc of the brides pan.nts who reside r tire miles northwest of Falls City \1' Hubert Saylor aid Miss Nct- tic 'l'hornhl1rg" were united in marriage , the l cg , E. Haskins of the Falls City Brethren church ot1 dating' . 'rhe ) ' were attended byr No l 'l'hornunrg" a brother : - of the bride and Miss Maude . loore , Miss 1' uth Moore playing , the wedding" march. After thc . I ceremony :1 bountiful \vcddiUg feast was scn'cd. 'l'he young peo- ple will reside near Morri11. Kas. \ It. . nnd / Mrs. U. M. Saylor of \ lorri11. Kas. . are parents of the g'room. . Among : the g'l1csts'cre the \f't' \ following : \ [ r. and : \Irs. F. M. . . r. , 'Thornburg. lcssrs Frank :4khty , f \Vesley Rose , Misses Uric Cook , \ lay Cook , Rutlt Moore , Maude \Ioorc [ , Nay , Claude and...

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 — 10 February 1905

. w _ u , . , _ _ . _ . _ . _ . . _ . . . . f. .a WORK THIS WEEK . - ELECTORAL VOTE WILL BE CANVASSED - VASSED WEDNESDAY. - - VOTE ON THE STATEHOOD BILL All Amendments ' Mast/re " Itself to Be Disposed of at Once-Rail- road Rate Legislation Has the Right of Way In House. ' ° WASIfINGTON-'J'he senate bas { ] aid out an extended program for It- t4 belt : this weel According to this ' plan l\lotlllay and Tuesday will he given over ! allllost entirely to the statehood hili. Wednesday the senate - ate will proceed to the hall of representatives ! ' Hentallvos and assist In canvassing the electoral vole On Monday the HlalehoOlI bills will he displaced telll- ' . . ' ' of lol'llrlly ) 10 permit the managers the Swuyno impeachment trial to m present ) he 1 replication of the rouse ] of representatives 10 Jlldge Swayno's answer In the proceedings against him , hilt. It 16 not expected that they will consume much lIm { ' . Appropria- } lion hills will occupy the balance of the tune during the...

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 — 10 February 1905

r Local and i ersonal Robert Hulc was a Salem \'isi- S ' tor Sunday t \V. A. Grccnwald wcnt-to 'rc- J 1 moat on Monday. 1 " James Sinclair was ' up from Preston 'l'ucsda . Jack Walsh of Humboldt was , in this city 'l'ucsday. Robert Batc of Hiawatha 1 spent Tuesday in this city. Dr. Griffith of Preston was in . this city on business Ionclay. ° t . ' rr.Iichcl1 wpnt to Fremont thc first of the week via thc Burl- ing-ton. Ji' . \V. Cleveland returned to this city from Salem Tuesday aftcrnoon. \lrs. Robert Rule and daug'h- , tcrs returned from Salem Ionday . - , fternoon . . lrs. Ed. Hammond was down from Stella on a visit to her par- cuts this wcck. . Hcrbert Cullen of crclon saw - "Old Home Folks" at thc Gclll- _ il1g' 'rucsday cvcning- F. C. Cleveland returned to Sal- cm Tuesday after a three clay's visit in this city. Rev , Moore of Omaha visited with \lr. atdIrs . F. \V. Clc\'c- . land thc first of thc wc ( > k. \liS5 Clara Savior who has , - - w I McNall's GROCERY . . .T / - /l...

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 — 10 February 1905

, . , . . - - - - - - r . - - i fJIjJl6Y-l ; xJD ( lJ1j ) e Some Queer Cr&1dlct : A emllio. Well , perhaps you might not call It that , but the little Lapp baby Is quito sat lst1 ( ' cl with It , Not only his eights but his days ns well are spent In thin funny cmlllo , which 16 really only II piece of wood , hol loved out and shaped like a hoat. ; lie has nothing hilt dry moss to lie K on , and no clothes whatever to cover his little naked body , hut ho Is n'J cozy us possible tinder the soft moss and warm reindeer skin which his careful \ mother spreads over hllll Generally , ho Is hung UII lJy cords to the silo of the lint , 01' rather his ! clalllo : IH , butsometimes It Is tied on his molhel"s hacl When the fame fly start on a journey it Is SWUIII 011 mho horns of a reindeer , raid the baby 111118 a good time , and Hoes all the sights , I The little Eskimo l lives and sleeps In his 1II0thCl"R fill' hool1. 110 , too , wears no clothes but Is quite warm In the soft fill' When ...

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 — 10 February 1905

- - - - - - - - . . . - , f' , Twice Told Tales. \ ? - - - ' 'I' , A girl who asked a druggist . , for a sponge bath whcn she meant a bath sponge is being laughed at.-Hiawatha World. ' How it must hurt certain 1 icli- ardson county poHticans to refer _ to him as Senator Burkcttl- ! - Humboldt Entcrprisc. . Sunday was thc birthday of thc martyred McKinley and it is to be regretted that more of his favorite - oritc flower were not in evidence I on "carnation day. " A few in I Humboldt remembered the day ' . ' ; JIII"- - ' appropriatcly-Humholdt LcaJ- ca. - - - - - - ( l\fr . Frank Smith , who has I . , been a pa ticn tat he Mercy --Q Hospital in Falls City for sonic time , is now entirely recovered and will return home as soon ; as thc weather gets a little warmcr. -D < lwson Ncwsboy. r The dread small pox is making its appearance in certain quarters of tlH' county but in reality sonic think it not so dangerous as pncu- monia. But it will do no harm to use every preventative within...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Falls City tribune — 10 February 1905

r _ . - . . - . - - , BATTLE AGAIN ON JAPANESE SAID TO HAVE BEEN SUCCESSFUL. - - OYAMA'S TROOPS AT lUlTlKO - l < ourop 1tkln's Men Makc Two Coun ter Charles , Both of Which Are Repulscd.-CzLlr's Forces RetrcLlt to the Right Bank of the Hun River. - - LONDONTelegraphic al1vlces re- celvell tic rc from the . .Jl1panesotan. . ' c chlll'lan headquarters say : Our de- tnchnnents occupied ) l..lutl1w 'estcr- ) , day ( Saturday ) nnd were twIce coutt ter.aUaclwd hy a superior force of the enemy last i Igltt.1 ; a enUI'oly re , lllhC1I ! the onemy. , Our other detachment at dawn today - n day ( Sunday ) ntlaclwll the enemy In mho nelghhol'hoocl or 1.'oltssalhotzlI about two 1\11103 north llel1wlltal and m occllpled the poslllon. 'l'he enemy tlmcely countOl'-allaclwll our force F- which assoiled lJellwulal last night , hut was ropulsoll ontiroly. Today our i force occupied the neighborhood of ! lollwutal. ' 'I'he enemy In time direction of Uutl- i ice and lIell\Outal has entirely 1'0- t t...

Publication Title: Falls City Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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