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Alliance Sun (Newspaper) - June 11, 1891, Cuba, Kansas ijiREE BABSTISTSpgiety meets every second JC aud fourth and METHODIST Episcopal Society meet every first and second Snudays monilng and eve Special invitation to fftEEMKTHODIST Society meetsevery second and fourth morning und hurch Society every Bccond and fourth Sunday school nt 2 oclock aud senices at 3 every FRANK Methodist Society every first tliifd Sabbath All are C meets every Friday evening in Itundus hall up IIANK UNION Sabbntlv every Sabbath at 10 a Coine old rind prayer every Thursday 7 GEORGE NOKES Post Meets every4th Saturday i oclock at Odd All old comrades arc cordial to Post Iose FivOnha 371 Independent Order of Odd Meets every dny 5oble IT SS OJJiA A Only 1he millionaires to otirs is to play Let him toil for that he Pieties the cotton and hoeing the When he wears out and lays down His burden shall fall on his children and He is a Worker but we own his Weinke the honey and he gets Only a the millionaires Our mortgages cover crops of each The losses which come from famine or Affect not pur but take from his He works all the year poorly drowned and With husks for his pillow straw for his His wifeand his1children they have tfielame Butits all they says the proud Only a we millionaires dread For the fanner to get polities into If he thinks for himself he will bid us And march rigift into tlie farmers Both arc under our And the farmers nllinnce is bound to little machine is boiuul to Certainly next and this one Only a we While we select issues and then select Reforms may be hut the farmers a Learns not by that very dear When protections the he never objects Nor thinks for a moment whom it Bloody free and the wideawake lamp Will drive back every voter into his i Only a let the millionaire Ere lie rushes to doom another lost The industrial rebellion is beating its From the south and the west joyful news That a people labor Has riseniii arms that their worngs be Tig the army of labor millionaire listen Their shouts cau be their harness now Only a farmer let the millionaire notej Thrt in a the people can That duty neglected has been the chief Which gave monopolist the control of tha The mortgage has if it close its It will make our farmers an army of Aut their ballots well will give the And cancel the mortgage on body and New potatoes are on the Eoy Ward came up from Agenda last as they lasfc per pair at Barnett Childrens Day will be observed at the Baptist church next Sunday eve If you need a suit or anything else you will save money by stepping at Barnett and ac companies by Miss Sarah Belleville visitors A editor of the KonCon was in the cityyesterday and favored the Sus with a pleasant Jim McDonald left Monday morning for Cannon He was by of will visit the coast be fore Several of the boys had the pleasure of testing Jim Kesls elegant new boat on Mill creek last She proved to be a daisy and they en joycd a hours ofroyal With the exception of three the boys came back is they didnt get up The heavy and Sunday ail the earth hereto fore The rain was the heaviest and of longer duration than experienced here for several It the farmers in cultivating their corn and give theweeds a good INobodv is dissatisfied however It is sairt that the at the ball game yesterday laid a plan by which to steal Billie Bellevilles cut est little thing as they expressed it of ash rot and keep him to amuse the but it seems that some of boys caught and un formed him and he succeeded in evad ing them until train A boyin Osbornecounty was re cently struck by the of electricity struck on his head and one part running clown his CONCERNING See Barnett buyi ng your fruit V other in down the legs tearing the shoes from hisfeetanc entered the The boy wa picked up by friends and is now im Truly the days of miracle have not yet Reg passing Smiths apple or chard the other day we could not hell but notice how heavily Jadenthe tree Although not one half grown the apples bore the limb down so that they touched the in a great many Smith has two huudred ten year old and one of the finest little orchards in this part of Heset out several huudred more trees this Rinnanand Wilfred Smith re turned last Friday evening from an extended ltour through Illi then back through Kan sas into coming honie direct from that The boys left here the of March making the YESTERDAYS Thebase ball gamebetween Cuba nd played here of a A large rowd assembled at the grounds to vithess the game which was called at half past 1 our boys going to the making seven scores before vere retired to the their rst inning the j hfee times and did not not score again i intii the All through the i fame was conspicuous for its quietness the manner tn which boys Our ads played a very igood infield ind especially our Mitchell did effective Jitchell seventeen Our boys batting was excellent j they aaving but littleHrouble in finding The visitors were unable to find our twiner the eight ning when the found him for three or bur safe Poor fielding and wild throwing allowed the visitors to score seven in the Umpire didas well as could be exnected jn that hiST decisions being as impartial as with a few pos sible exceptions on either but as Shaver Is one of the anda fine the lads were considerate with his The following score ives the runs by inriings Cuba Belleville T and Feed 1 at Marshall is laying a neat stone in his cellar this John Smith has an antipathy for the ni at least thats John Kuch eras view of Agendas popular merchan was the a short time Monday Eye will soon be ready for the har The from the present will be unusually of formerly a residentOf this was visit ing old friends in foe city first Frank Powers is again doing duty as brakesman on the Rock Island fast freight running between Belleville and Kansas Read the How much money lr circulation in this It conr tains some interesting figures and fully explains county attorney of Wash was in the city Monday May was elected to his present officeon the alliance ticket last Since Frank Powers left Jini Spring iea and Shrouf are employed in Kennedys egg caee It takes on an average one hundred cases to supply the Lane is having the elevator thoroughly renovated preparatory to use as soon as the wheat and oats are ready for the Asa White and Bob Etharton are doine the jGomer Davies has evidently become tired of trading papers with o nohorse The Clyde papers are having a jsterial Out of your sphere you Will of vis ited with his brother Charles here the first of the Culver came down from Belle ville yesterday to see the ball game and shook hands with many old friends The ladies seem to take quite an in terest in the success of oilr base ball laddies from the way they came out to see the game yesterday Jake we are sorry to is confined to his bed with aiiattack of at the home of his in Belle We hope to see Jake post here in Cuba in a few days The first and second nines crossed paddles on the diamond Tuesday eve After a spirited and closely contested gaine the first nine came ofl victorious by being allowed to score eight times in the eurhth The game was much better and more skill fully playepl than the one between Belleville boys yesterday as the folio score will show i entire trap with funds as j Cuba f or his paper so far has they happiened td earn by days failed to reach this here and They look as if they had eat seenis very probable that we will celebrate in Twomeetings have been committees appointed and everything gotten in Considerable money has raised for the purpose of defraying the neces sary Another meeting has been called for tomorrow night at the hall to arrange ancl perfect defi nite The following are the different the names of those appointed Decoration Joe Kesl and Frank and kal and Goeiler Preble f Firing morning Moon and BL Curtis and L Vocal Seating Sense JqJsn Joe JU Ejchard The lasgest complete of and the In Eats and and Shoes in and cheaper thaa any other store Our goods are selected with special care in the cheapest market and sold i at rici ftiat so far have been Built up an enormous trade JforJ us andsaved money for Highest price always paid for produced CALL AND SEE What is saved Time and money by buy ing everything at They carry everything aad their Every day they have some new it door south oi Post Arrive Doafc foil s one of the spiciest papers know of and a valuable but we without it if have The nfght agent at Mankato was held up by a robber last Sunday As about 1 oclock while the agent was seated in the office as the weather was had the office window his attention was sud called to the window by a slight tapping on the There he beheld a which we think would make qnifce an impression qn his ctervous A before him with his revolver within a few inches of The command was given to throw up bauds and then to hand out the which amounted to about lie was then commanded to put on his coat and eo ahead of he proceeded to he had gone ul the track about eighty rods his new friend relieved him of his watch and about in which own money saved from his in the then parted feeling that each had gained their short stranger got the money and fcjie ths BAIED Finest and most complete of groceries in the aife soMt M bottom The of FLOTJB constantly on respectfully solicit your OIQARS AND A Bohemian weekly ptper in the ojBftce of the Allitoce has a gen eral circulation among Bohemians the United
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