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   Alliance Sun (Newspaper) - May 14, 1891, Cuba, Kansas                                i REPUBLIC KAN M Lease Greeted by liarge Harmonious Audiences at the v Ruiidus A Citizens Alliance Fiftyfive Charter One the largest and most hajpr political gatherings ever as in thiscity was that of last afternoon and evening to gr4ct of lady orator and speaker of the Rational Farmers Alliance and dustrial The floating flags and the enthusiasm of people car ried minds of the old timers baclc to the time when the republican party was ah so striking was It sliort the gathering lastThursday was a repetition of for Joh 1l 0 B Delilah G A Frank Dlforthupi Ai iuer farmer left his his wife her household duties and Hocked in liear the much heard of and Hoted When the hall doors were Open at half past 2 oclock withiri fif teen minutes its capacity to contain more people was At 3 oclock Lease was intro and A L P Li Hie Mattie Louisa Edwin Fred C SB Joseph Frank Sagert Thefowowing ted and 7 eleelcd McDonald Wm JH Smith T Marion Mead SW Sarah Ella A James Ellen Duggau GA Lewis Manion A P TO riotnina Pfipr Pnuik duced by Chairman spoke for about one hour upon the condition and situation of our nation at the present time She plainly and unmistakebly showed the lotten ness in the leadership of the old pajr ties and the way in which of government have been mana ged for agood many fully Iirovcd by theutterances of their own She concluded with a short talk upon the subject of was greatly appre ciated by the Before clos ing gave out au irivititafcfon to any person who might be of di viding the vrith her in the eve The fact that no one accepted alone is r When the chairman called the house to order at eight oclockia the jevejiingjitwas nljod curjier with an eager and enthusiastic aUdi ehce leaving many standinu onthe sidewalk unable to train Af ter being introduced Lease was greeted with As had been previously her subject was The Demands and Principles of the said are con tained inthree planks of the Louis The abolition of National Unearned land grants and governmental control of Trans Taking up the first plank she graphically drew a tnlrid picture of how the farmer and labor ing and Uncle Sams unequal treatment of his After carefully and plainly presenting this demand she took up the next and told how the representatives of the gov without authority from their granted immense tracts of land several railroad corporations instead of reserving it for the war scared veteran who fought and bled for the preservation of his and has even receicevd jus tice from the The peo said only ask for justice and with nothing Then taking up the last demand she very clearly and forcibly proved the neccessity of a goyermcntarcontrol of the railroad and telegraph after which the auaience was dis Fto organizing a citizens Northern IlUhurdson Baker A Mel tori Inside Mead Smith Outside The first meeting will be held tomor row May in the Run dux hall A full attendance is requested as there isjlnportant busi ness to be During her speeches both afternoon and evening the audience was very attentive and showed high appre fciatiouby often cheering Lease many of the re ports circulated aMut espeo ially that of the associated pfess in regard to Washington Also that of her war qujte to the satisfaction of the old vets My said wasstarved to death in Anderson my two brothers inlisted as rji the Bucktail Kifle sharpshooters of Penn and God that I should eyer raise my voice against the com rades with whcm they bled and The citiJ5onsalliance was dfganiz with the following charter me Gi tONCERNISS Costolo was in the city Tues day visiting the public The high school is preparing to give a public entertainment at the close of the A law suit inSquire Sagers court last Saturdaywas one of the attrac tions of the A Mjtolul is relieving Agent Ol i ph i n of the Hotk I sia I e 11 be here about forty LIss took a spin ovir lastSat Mur til iKjys in for Vvwlfy were outtohvar Joitv of The new brass band is making progress and promises soon to furnish citizens some excellent pro ductions in the way of The base boys off an elegant ground just south of town and arc now prepared to entertain any team that has desire to play The citizens alliance will receive its ritual and other hooks soon and then an opportunity will be given to those wishing to become members to do so pitching is the chief amuse ment amohgxour old sports in just now Banker Seymour and Bon are disputing over the championship The SUN ftist visit its readers as small child by reason of the but as business opens up it will in crease in size and growto be as big as any of Green has accepter the po sition as manager of the Chicago Lum yard afcthis The Com pany isro be congratulated on secur ing the services of so worthy and c6m petent a gentleman as f Gilliland and family left via the overland route for Oklahoma yes where Gilliland expects to piecd of Bart Simmons took a load of gobds for him and will look round a little before A who for the past few monthshas been manager of the Chi cago Lumber yard at this evening for SmithCenttr to take a position ina yard at that The best Haber lys Cuba friepds with Frank Bltind38 had the mis to tfare foot down on twelve penny upwards of course usSfofe etiring Tuesday He Retiring Tuesday tone foot mocas Baird gazed oh Belleville last L Frank Baker is doing duty as a juror this term of district court at Belle of and at one time a merchant of this was in town last Joseph Lang is building an addition to his already commodious barn on his farm northwest of Saturday was day for our merchant despite the fact trie farmers busy putting in their of the Lnmber been city by Mayor The appointment is a good Earth was presented with a white mantle by Jack Frost last Sunday The old lady discard ed quickly that her pres tige was aprarantlynone the The bridle was taken off John Grays pony whItstanding on the street last Thursday acts of this kind committed of and the better look a little The steam shovel crew now at work on the Rock Island a few miles from unearthed a nest of upwards of forty snakes mostly of the racer And we are reliably informed that the boys were duly In reply to our query as to the dam ige to the fruit by the frost Sunday several of our farmers inform us that it is rather difficult to ascer tain the damage as the blossoms were so far but thought it Jim for the past year has been at work in Cannon returned to the haunts of his youth visit says Kansas looks better this spring than ever Slopanskey received the sad news of mothers death at last Friday Slopanskey was about 74 years of age and an attack of ylagrippe took her The Doctor and family have sympathy of all7 TArbuthnot and children visit at the of rVrbuthnots and last Tom was left athometo feed the and milk the but no sooner had left than Tom was seen up town en joviug game of base ball with The band boys vy ill give a grand dance oii Friday for the bencftt of the Our citizens are all interested in the the boys have made and the progress they are should exhibit their ap preciation of this fact by their pres or a contribution of an equal Hmoutit oh occasion The pupils of the grammar room took a half holiday last Monday after noon and took a ride onthe Rock Is land work train down to where the shovel wasi at work five miles sotithpast of to see for them selves how it was They report a jolly time Charlie Melton to you about The band boys made their first ap pearance on the street Monday evening and the people got their music ear opened up to listen to some harmoni ous strains from the brazen throats of their but were sadly disapqint for after parading the street and executing some very nice drilling ma they retired to the practice After a second thought the the citizens thanked the boys for being so Tbe prospectsfor a large crop of small grain was never brighter in this section of Natures So far the festive chinch bug has failed to put in an appearance and it is hardly expected that it but if it should conclude to pay usv a visit we wouljl advise those making the discovery to write at once to Lawrence and he will send you an application for exterminating the pests with direc tions for Snow has tried the experiment in seyeral of the coun ties in Kansas with great A fleld can be ridded in a very short It is done by depositing sick bugs log a contagious disease in the These bugs can had ones ad DEAiEE mm The largest and most complete stock ol Miilinery and Notions and the V In Hats and CnpSj Boots and Shoes in Cuba and cheaper than any other store in ti Our goods are selected with special care in tie cheapest market and sold at price s that so far have been Builfc up an enormous trade for us and saved money for our Highest price always paid for GALL AND SEE GENEEAL MEEGHAlSrDISE STOEB Is the placei to get what you need because they will pot only sell you everything cheaper than you could get it at any other But yon may find just what you need on their BARGAIN COUNTER at half and feefides you get gant premium where your trade amounts to Bear ull this in mind and go and sea them and satisfy Something New Every r BAKNETT BAIBJD PRO Finest and most complete line of groceries bottom bos grades of constantly on We respectfully solicit your AND I A Bohemian weekly paper published in the office of the Alliance has a gen eral circulation among Bohemians all over the United Addrejss Frank   

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