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Alliance Sun (Newspaper) - June 18, 1891, Cuba, Kansas Society BAPTIST and fourth SundaySinjOTiilug and METHODIST Episcopal Society meet every first und second Sundays morning and eve Special Invitation to REE meets every second aiid fouith morning and PRESBYTERIAN Church Society every second and fourth school oclock services at every Evarybpdy PROBISTAWT Itfethodlst every flrt and third Sftbbsth All are CITIZENS ALijiAKcs meets every Friday evening in the RunduB ban up FRANK rNTOX School every Sabbathat 10 a Come old and Case Union prayer meeting every Thursdaj 7 SOKES Post 346 iifc sajurdav it oclock a OclJ Fellows old comrades arecordia invited to Post Pose Cuba Lodse No Order of Odd day FRED Noble ixdepender Meets every Wcidnes and enter ained BellevKlle friends Misses MairthaEtherton anddilliati Powers returned home Sunday from i few days visit Belle This office recfevoda power press di rect from New this t is a beauty and has a rupidrty of one thousand an Come to it a matical organized class of about twentyfive rrTembets horji the ftrstof the week Smith awl rhilflienMt inorning her In Te absent Jive and OII phi ni return ed home from their wedding tour last Sunday evening and serenaded at the Cnrtw by the bandTues day We will give sixmontlis subscfiiption to the SUN lo the prrsori bringing in the finestquart of This proposition will only hold good until Warevpf the makes a heart rending Republi central cpmru i in a recent la which of them to wake get to work 03 the wht will at ho distant day become nieniiice to our liberties und our institutions will gain you poor old The patriotism of the people extends the f till widtii and iefigth oi1 our glorious and is if not thanall tnat Hoard Coineout andialk rsvight cease warring lfiid pencil if or naught vtm are too a fellow to be givi ii such stuff The largest and raciat complete etock of Millinery Notions and the CONCERNING June Those of our readers who put stress on tfee Daylights report tnat this office was about to be shipped to See before buying yoiiril upon xhe dasiands of a fruit jars J chattel mortgage ned have no ion HUN vilh alldue regard the be nt zoal of there zeal without naQ we would that to de fend a kietijl is wot tif airtHint his but by showing noble chaKictcr by It is good in a trisrid to con sult recordssignad and sealed by gover rime at stamps and supported by unquestionable HtTSIUUG In Hats and Boote and Shoesin and cheaper t any other Sunj dayeveningl Mayor Kennedy visited BteOeville Couriland is preparing to build a fiyetlhousasid idollar koteL Quite a number 6f Oubaitefi the ball game at Belleville Hill returned home last Sun day after an iabseaoe of ChaldrensDay will be Sun day being postponed the previous Fall aad winter is ably damaged by the Jieads seem to Burdette delivered a at the Baptisla chuffcn lastSunday evening front of the post a IJUTT belonging on eonae baby Call at this offitse and get it An alii anoe near Courtland Initiates twelve new nrembers 1his The good work jstill moves and Wagener liae opened a Jaw office in Cuba and now ready for btrsa The Susr wisbes Wagenes Artethwot yery busv this week stowing up the goed OR a Ccty Mdton 1e organizing zetfs alKances to He has been cormniBslonetl to organize Sn that Oregon and Said a Bellewiile auan yesterday1 is today than A3 we thought iso too there was na cfagjitje an for no event will The little game didnt Erank is reported to have hinged himself at his home in Mahas Waehingtoh Korous will be remembered as a merchant of this city or three years mov froni here to Business fail ure and financial assign ed as the We are informed that mortgages that call for payment the interest arid principal in gold have been placed on file in Republic Why not make payable in diamonds they are still trot they would not increase the chances of loosing the This is peach Celetorate the Fourth in Flour 85 cents per sack at Bavtwtt j l AHoLher 6uiiing yesterday i Hill is somewhat iinclei ths weather this of quarts 4f are cominginto town Preble received a car load of binder twine this Frank Powers visited at home Tues having a day off the v TJae son of and V Miller itj quite sick this The weather croaker has now weather Harve Streator cameittp fdrom Wash ington yesterday tctnrnlng this morn as that T Freeman The Tapefea Advocate and the Cuba is the sweetest town in both for Come to and Ourgoods are selected with specif care in the cheapest market and Bold at s that BO far have been part of the not only has the prettiest but se Danwefer hasjut received load of sugar intone iimidred pound New Ovleans which he sells ycu itbeirig full weight Call ard see before buying jvijr sugntw put up fruit The gentlemen who Irave been hon ored by appointment tlie Boly ville aawl Scandia posUirilces seem to get the offices Brock was appointed several months ago and he has filed a good and suffi cient bond and forwarded the saoee the department but the commission is not We understand stands about the same way 1H the SeaBdia City Again Monday the Qoba base ba41 cdub Ml of anil iecl ifig of their abilVty vvield handle un pf is visiting in town the guest of Frank Kundus goes Saturday and Avlllpreach there Kottfk hate moved back from whure sbe enrmigratsd sev eral weeks Tlie up an enormous trade fcaj us money paid for GALL AND SEE to be the mot to STllK SlTN TOOT All it can Fruit en Bee Tlull to gethis One hundred persmis to The leaned play a game of What is saved 1 ing everything at and They earrv everything Everv day they have some BOW i ioor soHtih of Dont fafl see i l bas lujoved Ms flour and feed StQek the red front into the little brick first door soutb of Will jBoreaaae caaae UP evening A0d was tlse of last brother until fee the i next day J Band Sons have fitted op a neat little room to be used as jam ice cream If you want ageoddisb of creani and a nice quiet place eat itgothene In of tjie fifty thoueand have been added to the alKapce Hst short timeSuballiances are being organized by the ecsores every On last Suaday to AI riily sphere v Uterally rnopiap the dUunond with their went over to villeto indulge in a game with teaiift ut that all thjuss and full of and nothing more than a ball and such it was OUT The v gsto e commenced at going to the bat and scoring where had it not been for the unexcuseable eirors of our boys they would have been retired to the field without such it Was up to the ftfflTtk innjng when the was fieWed Accountof a shower p f sai n w i tK the over the Upground fche playing At the tf flltu the gaiaae was onoe by this time so itimpossible to play Jaclf Sloxjanstey to win his money Everybody to join the arithmetic The to quit playing ball on Everybody to celebrate theFcrarCh aad a bigi bright Motfaec aad babj doing and the expects to beable toflU his regular appoiatmeat next Sunday Webb a prominent lawyer of Smith was the city Tiies McNall will be jeHiembered as the gentlemaii defeated bj Wm the alliance for 5en of the sixth district it to a consequently Belleville was entitled the score be ing to Jfotwith standiag fact that Belleville im potted a catcher and otherwise im pioved their club y adding new Cuba could arid would have won the game had it not been were nicely treated by the Tille players and came home feeling that they would like to plaj it To see Pad Hasher on the streets again Everybody triag their job work to To knew why Joe Rogers didat get Ms To see the base ball dlub win a game from Fourth of July committees get a on to come out to the Fourth E July meeting To see the work on Kesl andTretiles oaew buildings Tpoknovvwho the joung lady is Char lie CaTirmchaers sweet Five thousand people to Cuba on the and help us cele Everybody to come to the best business town in the to do their Bichardson Melton prohibited from sellingimineral water to the boy when they go awaj to play a JTzTUlflTJI solidt your patronage CHOABS BAIBD A befctom TOBAOGCX AJBeheMiian Weekly in the office of the Affiance to a eral circulartioa among Bohemians the United Address JFraiiK
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