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Alliance Sun (Newspaper) - May 28, 1891, Cuba, Kansas CONCERNING Pay your dog gentle is it wet enough for was in the city last Omaha Bee man was doing the town family Sundayed in the Kennedy was doing business in and family visited in country Dusehberre is selling binders for Tom Arbuthnot at Republic StrAttoiV of r was i city A game of ball played Monday ball park resulted in a scor6ot 12 is a to the hoiuo folks in Illinois in the near Several Agendaites came last Satur day evening andt enjoyed the luxuries of city life a oSeveral of tho young bloods attend ed the Bohemian dance three miles southeast of town last Saturday ITigh hail visited different parts of thestate last week causing several deaths and doing much dam to Read the official notice in another column and then pay for a years lease on your dogs give bam to some ohe or shoot Lou Rogers has gone to work Shoemaker seven miles north and his familiar warble is missed from sec1 bnd bag by the base ball Joe Rogers came in from Denver Tuesday morning after an absence of Several reports it muddy all the way from Denver Will who has lain at the point of deathfor the at the home of his father six miles north of isslowly Hank Wilkmghby and little son came up from Abclerie last Monday evening and are visiting with their daughter and Lou Frank Runclus and wife visit ed in the the guests of and Pelecky six miles north of last Satur day evening and Sunday Mesdames Harris ajndMisses Powers and Ethertori were passengers on the gravel train down to where the steam shovel was at work Thesubscriptions are rollinj in every and so far our readersseem pretty pleased with the little Ijesixe and If somewhat aqrifnst but it will outgrow bosh In the siie In Several pf our street poHticIaas have been in some of their John Brotfn to make the most noise and by the in some stiff pugumontat the same The band came off last Friday Evening and a pleasant ex perienced by all Owing to the condition of the roads a great many country were defcainedat The boys came out a little ahead of the The fact that tho country Is a plea sant place to visit just nofr Is being fully demonstrated by the number of our business men and families that drive out on Wait until fruit time then our fanner friends will have plenty Sunday of corn this r of in town last A workman on the steam shovel was so unfortunate as to get a leg broken last and turn out decoration day Farmers should your dinner and stay all Bead the program in this School closes ate exercises will be bythe pii pils Of each are i n vited to come out and juVlge for themselves the progress their children have We wontfer what was the matter with the male portion of the choir at the Baptist church Sunday morning Not one of them could be Young men if you dont do Better you will lose your The SUN published at Frank crtiton comes to our table as an It is a neat paper and promises to be a We welcome It to the Several funny and embarrassiog cir cumstances happened while leaving the church door last Sunday night owing the extreme The one happening to we promised not to giveit A newspaper is usuallyas good a its patronage it to and of tenvery much hence to have a good advocating your interests Requires that ydu a liberal support and interest yourself to extend i ts ci e ce Button brought jevera curraut bushes into the Clipper the other day that were loaded heavier with fruitthan we have ever seen The doctor he plucked them on Daniel Zort mans farm in Republic No only of but allkind arc and Zortman wil have a fine yield this sjeason Thd MuffemalPs and Neverhitem met on the diamond at Ball park las Saturday afternoon and a pretty game was the The main features of the game the regularity with which the Muffemalls caughtflies and the stentorous voice in which Umpire Powers called strikes and fowls oil the Following is the score Muffemalls 302 46 0 2 012 JJevefhitems 4 2 0 3 2 0 4 and Moon Neverhi terns and At the tequest of the ladies Rev Allen delivered a temper ance sermon Sunday evening at the Baptist He was greeted by a well filled house aad held their close attention for over lAe discourse waspartly and delivered in easy and bippy way made the evening very interesting and profitable to As a temperance lecturer we must put Allen down among The only echos the wish of theentire congregation when it says It would went over to yeateraay on j The Cburtland BteKlster is o be quite a Aflaong hings1 it Six and mule You will grelbly help our local page by telling us the little jident that may within your ight or tiiaterlai In the sold lafit Saturday for to Whitleyv iron was worthseveral tjinies that Courtland Regifitet Frances tJ Clyde from uba last Sunday on a blqycle for the purpose of 69cffcgA5BtaTentsv Mon day he to playing and how he hasSa sniashed 4 Duringthe past seven J our wholesale ogg and shipped fourteen car loaHsof Kennedys route all the towns can be reached by bo ides keeping one or more wagons on road all the and reaches within ten miles of Kennedy is considered as the tnost extensive esg dealer betweso Denver and To Twelve of beerwere dumped from the express car to the Cuba depot platform on eve ning aaking if this was a usual occurence we were informed that itwas but that some of the boys were preparing to imitate Leases which somewhat Tho Cifpper maa has mis A would te suffi cient to drown the sorrow of all toe in iown with enough left to put the pillbeaded Olipper tor to MAYORS I respectfully request that all business housesdn thecity of closed between the hours of 10 oclock and 2 oclock on Saturdavv Jn observance of lecoration like again in the near Mite been quite poorly for the past few scarcly able to move with attacks of rheuma tism contracted in pf Uncle Zbok deserves a liberal pen sion and if justice is done him he will soon pot The SUN hopes to see Will out again Our reporter saw Marshall Carson cleanl ng a musket that looked big enough be a halfbrother When asked what do wtth it he replied he would have of Lou Gurtisand didnt propose to take any to was going to that he expected kill that white ture on the same accompanied by of Washington re turned from the Cincinnatti confer ence Saturday morning clear up to their necks in enthusiasm over the and especially the birth of the peoples They report the most harmonious and enthusiastic meeting they ever had the pleasure of witness the north aad south uniting as Exunion soldiers met exrebel soldiers under the folds of the stars and shook hands and claimec each other as causing walls of the auditorium tovibriate the applause sent by the assembly tears of joy down the cheeks of hundreds of old WhjV said Melton a barrel of tears were The peoplesparty was organized with a natidnalcentral committee and stafc All the states were re except Kansas taking ttie leadwith Ohio Most southern delegati Mr Melton says they were loyaly entei tained by the and had a ploasarit time alj All persons owning or keepintr dogs withinthe Corporate limit of the City f are hereby nbibiaecl that uh ess the following tax is to Dannefer city within ten lays from the Males Females I wilf kill all dogs on whom said tax is1 loot as required by City Marshal Dated at Cuba this day of DECORACIOK Comradeff meet at at DEALER IN The largest uiid most stock of Miilitiery and Notions and i be lu JM and Boota and Shoes iu aud cheaper tfaac any other store Our selected with Epeciai care in tbo cheapest market and sold at prict a that BO lav have been Builtup an enormous trade for us and saved money for our customers Highest price always paid for c ALL AND SEE Erocesaion forms in front of with military band in old soldiers whether or not then soldiers daughters dressed in black sash over left ahoulder aad under right followed by eons of veterans of old veterans whether organized or not then school children followed by citizens and head ed by band march to Baptist Music by band until all is Columbia bows in Grief By Chaplain and Noble O GENERAL MEECHANRtSE STOEE Is the plnce to get what fieed beoauee they will not tmly sell you everything than But you atgr find just need on their COUN at half end besides you get an ele garit premium whore your trade amounts to 5earaU Uiwinmind andgv ww them anid sati Something BARNET1 By Noble Boys in Blue v Meet a By Finest and jnostxjomplete line of groceries in tho Th6 bestiradea oi FLOUB kept constantly on respectfully solicit your patronage AND Form march to the At cemetery form as Decoration Falling Into n A Bohemian Weekly paper office of the Alliance has Bohemians eral circulation the United Address ffrank
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