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Alliance Sun (Newspaper) - June 4, 1891, Cuba, Kansas V COUNTSKANSAS 4 JIHEE BAPTIST Society meets every second and fourth morning find Bpiseopnl Society meet every lirst mid second Sundays incrning ana eve Special iiivittvtUm to Pastor CtKEE MKTHOlIST9ocIety meets every second aiid fourth morning and Church Society every T Becopd and fourth Sunday suhool itSocloek and serriceBttVO every FBASK FROD1STANT Methodist Society every firw i and tWH SaBfoath evening Alt are ALTJANCB meets every Friday evctilng the Knnflns wp FKANK i of vss in the city Carson lias resigned the idar shalship of the Carson has served the city very acceptably duri ng his reign as The first buildinsrevei in the city is being torndown this week and moved over into to make room for ICesls new While home from Belleville team became jumping sud tbe judges brealtfttg her cellar Quite an exciting ball game was grounds last Frjday evc the socalled flrsi iJnd CONCERNW6 K Gartis Sundayed with Danceat the Eundus hall tomor row f Friday Houek has been appointed city clerk by the Delos Hazen came up from Wayne last Friday on Arbutanot took inthe ball game at Belleville one of wasin the city of gaveus a pleasant Monday morning Hill had some fun hiving a swarm of bees last Sunday of con templates oDcning a law office in Cuba Another beautiful rain the first of the week gave the few more Knfghts ro the willow expect to lock horns with Clyde Lookout fora L John SlopaJistey returned home from Joe last brought a diploma from Iiitncrs Business Col lege along Allison and of aaevisiting with Allisons Allison of Fairview Sam of Roolfs for merly a resident and at one time city marslial of visiting friends and relatives here this Marshall Cnrsnri and wi ie drove over y nail One Sixteen Ths way in decoration day in Cuba far surpassed the expectatipnsof the most The morning services were held thii Baptist wheve an excellent the the nmg Ixitweeii Second supervision oV Jim ami the latter commanded by Frank Springers men the best of it toward tin when by hard play i rig ami errors on the oppi aiie Powers lads took the Crood plays were numerous on The stutxt n to y It is generally customary to usher out a long term of school with a dem onstration of some kind and in accor danccwith that theOuba schools closed Mast Immediately af ternoon many of the includ assembled at the school program was carried Alien Wits at his bost dhdUteliveicd very The slngi ng was et1 fec and e procession io in iifont of thurcri and headed by The largest fcnd most stock of Millinery and Notiobs iuid the house to witness flag raising It On the band wagon to tn6 ceni where the remainder of the pro gram was carried Theproces sion consisted of onehundred sixteen teams and it is seven hun dred and was nearly a mile in It was the largest Lion ever witnessed in Famnington cemetery large number visited the Quaker cemetery five miles east day also duly Mayor Kennedy would make el d ru m n Curtis make an excellent mar shal of the The band boys hadyt heir j wagon ap propriately The procession very much resembled a Fourth ofr July acted asfpresklent of the meeting at the The band boys much praise from the The committees deserve much praise for their laborin making thebccasion a L Richardson deserves the hearty thanks of all for his untiring efforts in preparing the The was the produced in according to competent T or The of the old soldier still la Hate and Boots and Shoes in end cheaper than store Our goods are selected withfpecial care in the cheapest uiMket and sold at prii3 s that so far have bees was raised to the top of the pole the belfry as the baud played il ing Through Tfce then presented to the schtwi by in behalf of the and was responded to Walters in few appropriate svords proposed threecheers hi the which were lustily Thescholars were in line the grades in their order niarched to the Baptist church where the remainder of the ex ercises were while not was very good and nice ly carried each nerionuing their parts with accuracy and Miss Malabyspupils in exhibit ed some very proficient At the close Allen gave a short and profitable The pu pils marched back to the school house lives andyis sacredly cherished by the and were dismissed in the usual LasTuesday a few of our base ball lads donntd their and went over to Belleville for the pmposo of al ii ci ner with the Built np an enormous trade for otf and saved for otir Highest price always paid for hearts the people of Cuba and vi mqnstrated hero last cinity a wa GENERALI MEE to tho fourth inniuii it was quite In Oals to Agenda lastSit lldViy uiu i i te ii VViat p rnniediivtely af day wasworn by bout two i r I ihoirS bovs put ap Just whv Frank Powers objected to i l Spenranceand up the ladies visiting base ball games has been a mystery until by event which happened over at Belleville Jini McDonald will soon Cannon and ivsinne the tonsorial Jms visit at has been a pleasant one and to see him back many We dropped into UegJster of Deeds ofiice Wednesday and took Strawberries Frank Washichek is in Topeka this1 Renuiivber the Fourth ofJuly ineet Bestbanannas in town at Carmich uy of Frank Rundus business ip to Belleyille McCracken this oilice a a look at the newindex record prepared by the Ifc is a mar vel ofbeauty and will take sixmonths to complete We our Wi of Scandia5 over at Bellevilie Tuesday and had the pleasure of a few minutes We failed to convincti the alliance would cjrrry off the plum in MissMalaby left for her home in Clay Center last Saturday after closing a very successful term of school Miss Malaby has made many friends during her stay m our eity be eadly Postmaster Fry and Frank Groff went up to Belleyille Tuesday on a railroad bicyelfi see tbe Tfaey say the boys bad a wreck on We dont wortdeir at it after witnessing auch a yarotiy on Spaldings A meeting has been called torto niifhi toascertain Whether or not Cuba will Why not Cuba will draw her share of the crowd and her oitiRens arc just the people to make it for eaisly get wp a that will eclipse anything ever yet had in this and dbifc besides we want to keep wbst tbef is at By all let us ceie notwithstanding several wild throws orftho part of our boys letiliig in several butfronj that taio on it cejiiecl to lie a ball gaihe and wai do of i turned inio a iun i Spaldingmade Some new rulings j I rdr this yeaiiand failed to give j ville a special notice of this eonF Joe Barnott returned yosterdayjroj round fault with the j Joe he bus been bf all thcichronics the Belie a new stock of summer Is the place to get wiifit you aeed because they will not ouy sell you cheaper than you could got itfit any other But you ifnd just what you need on iheir at half ana ypu an ele gant premium where jour trade amouuis to EtaroJi fiis in miHu and go see a visit in California this Somethin ville ball team out chronics old Chronic a boefers they are hard to it beiug the only think in the base ball line they aro They by a gang of igoo rauiuses who dont know any more about base ball than tlm tho moon does alKJUt the Fourth of tried toplay but made a failure of In accustomed to playing with civil pec pie and became so disgusted with the Tom Arbufchnot from Cu Via Tuesday tonttond the Eiipinsition May Baker closing exercises of the Friends Aciidcmy at Washington this Mesclanies Lane and Scott accom panied their over to the to see the boys play i your ball Lou Miss Mattie Wil Finost line of groceries in the and soldafr bottom The best grades of FLOUR kept constantly on Wft IJiC rax vtiv i way they were treated that all interest loughby and Springer aecom Springer overto Belie Aftcrsluggirigrpauicd S sing each other ville in the gaincv was the ball around and cussing and the parody The return game will be played on bur HVKtth assure our Belleville friends will be supplied with some day either Tuesday or Following the positions and the score by innings McDonald Springer Keel Coyr Powers 3 4 Carpenter 1 Moon s Shrouf 5041 SO Walker 2 Humphrey r Ferguson 1 Doherty 1 b Miles Simonds 3 Miles c Belleville 4 Cuba Pa W I and Jacob Oliphint passed through town on their east last Friday They will uat home after the Will Gray strolled into our sanctum yesterday and cheered up the gloomy of the editpr by his name on our already large subscription Come in and see us when in all of whether you areasulmcriber or cheers an editor up like having his friends come in and see brakesman on the steam shovel train on the Rock Island while making a coupling Wednesday was struck over the right eye by the shovel and severely CIGARS AND A Eoheinian weeldy paper published in the office of the Alliance MB a gen eml circulation among BoheMans all o the United v i Address Frank Eundusr
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