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Alliance Sun Newspaper Archive: June 25, 1891 - Page 1

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   Alliance Sun (Newspaper) - June 25, 1891, Cuba, Kansas                                CUBArREPUBLIC Society FUKE BAPTIST Scxetety meets every sfeecmd and fourth nioing nnd evening HO SD Episcopal Society meet every rtijd sroojid Pnnclnys mciujug and eVe Special invitation to F RKE METHODIST Society meets every second fourth niuining mid Pastor KS15TTEUT JiBeta sitSutilofk at 3 Mcthndtst society every firM end ihhil itibbfttli Ail hra G meets every Friday ever nc in vis KHAHK Si GKORKE Post Meets 97ery 4h Saturday nt Odd All cJd are cordial Invited to Pobt Pose Cuba Lodpte Independent Order of Odd Meats every jVeiiijgs Noble Flour cents per sack Baruott before buying your Considerable wheat is being harvest ed this The Itnest shade in the county at Cuba Richardson made a business trip to HaAdam returned from Mankato Monday Colebrate the natiooal holiday in You will not regret Ollie the fruit tree was iu the city Yon miss frtreat if you failto spend the Fourth in Sec if you and Joe Houdek are visiting friends and relatives in Cedar Will of Beloi guest of a ud Scott last Sat second nine done up the Jer ries to a tune of 8 to 38 the first of ihe toy pistols and the small boy again predominate on our Mayor Kennedy and family visited at last and proprietor of the Ville racket doing tn the city Childrens Day will be observed at the Agenda school house next Sunday at 11 Everybody invited to The Cuba base ball club play the of July game with a club north of They are said to be holy Frank Washichek Jeft Tuesdayfor where he has ac cepted a positiiin as night operator in Y Hill and Harris will represent the Cuba at the to be in Belleville 9 apd prominent poli tician and business man of regis tered at the Butler house Wednesday Taylor and two formerly of Farmington but now of Colora are visiting with the mother and Grandma Wagener and family this The following from the Eepublic City some of ouir readers On Wednesday Shrouf and Craig got into some sort of EDI altercation on the near A iew passes of a deinonjtinitrvecharacterVereindulsed when Craig clubbed a target which he had in his and when Shrouf was not expecting struck him on cutting a deepgash to skall an4 felling him to the Shrotif carried into where he was jei etored to consciousness and his wound dressed having three stitches in Craig pulled out of town and Cuba has two very creditable Sun and laiid David Jones building a large and handsome barn on his farm four miles of The Republican river was the high est known for several years iast Fri day j so report has A Swinson the place of Hi Beals offoreman the Agenda sectionThe hoys speak very ihiehiy of Joe Rogers Joe irotller took a drive across the canntfy to the first llio Week They report crops asiookiny tine A to of eared and presided over by OharVio gave the ba11 ground a ai last Since our last issue the Fats and Leans haveplayed a series of three Vsall games theformer winning IAVI oft hut feel justlyproiiftof thein gainos for the they the Editor of the Heilevilie Froe mun viaited our Of course be ciiiitd iit this SUN den nd wfciled sometime with Come to think of Rsptibhc county was in luck when so1 valuable acquisi tions as arvd bis Editor the leaves tomorrow in attend the Edi tor ial at Clay Center and will take an outing in the mountains with the boys before light will failto nicker on this but not 1e Well be In it next who is woiklnginan elevator at RuloT metwith a serious and painful recently that may cause the loss of an It near as we can he was driving a nail whenit flew and hit him the He was sent to Joe for and his eye is now getting His many friends here syrii pathizewfth him 5h his the five year old son of top of a boxcar on which with some other were in the switch yards last He wascaniid home in a senseless condi tion raid soon came too apparently none the worse his Boys can nytbe in remem ber the sud fate little Roy Delay about a year John wlioso home is inKen buv who for H timeKpsided writes to his friend Heck Fcrgeson of tiie latter that the played smash with the democratic majorijy in He says that the probate judgein his ctiunty necessifcated a and thatthe won by 150 majority where they used to have He thinks the democratic psrty a poor show this and be is a democrat ton One of those happy occasions like the oasis of are bright spots along toilsome pathway of every day life took place at the rural home of and B two southwest of town last Sun it being the 4nnlvrsary o1 Smiths birth and her friends and relatives took advantage by giving her agenuine Alto gether there were Seventyone guests among them County Superin tendent Costolo and Judge As Smiths motherinlawsbirth feas npjt been seep writ day came the next she received a share of the Many haiidsoine and valuable presents were and only two incidents occured to mar the peaceful brilliancy of the namely in his insatiable desire to get there got lost anc not untilhe had visited every house within a radius of several miles did he succeed in getting his half famished family to the nght and Jim sad to think ol missed that excellent din pie strawberries and and all because he could not find a pair of pants big enough to at He has the sym pathy The occasion will long be remembered as one of the post plea and agreeable ofthe CUBll Great Preparations Made For Ob Uervivif Freedoms liirthday In An Alliance Oraioiv of JTiichl will Ad Dress the Everything Ms been1 uba will don armor irul celebrate the sary Anwricaix mge circus tent capatile of holding ftItueii hundred poople hin secnr and wiJ e located near the Bap list The Cuba1 GurnetBttrtd boon secured will usswt furnishny vocal stiaius of The Uike place at thebase bal1 ground south oi Pan neters stoijia iu the wLil be called in1 which Haddam will content boys for the EveiVtlviui issuntialfeo M iHimbor one Fourth of July celebva ju Everybody is Y invited us observe the largest r stock of LffyG Notions and tlie j5o lirlinery In Hats and Boots and in eheaper any storn See bills forpar At thelast tlie Temperance Tnion adopted vndj ordered published in tiio eare cheapest market and at prie s that so lav hivve beee That the Womans Chrus tiaaTeiuDerahce Unkm ofCuba notes with proucl satisfaction frhe wise and houoniyle stand taken by Mayor i a recognizing the sovereignly of tbeptioplc on the question of licensing bi ii iitid ami would re mi fid certain honorable of theHoard of Councilmcn public officeis public unist in wliciv the individual prejudice be to the ex pressed of the reports a flae ten pmimi girl at the residence of few miles northeast ot on Sunday morning All doing including the desires us to say that owing to the hogs beinu he will not be iii town every day and those having any to sell notify card or the they will bring theni iiTand he will be in Childrens Day was very appropriate ly observed at the Baptish church last Sunday evening under the superiu The recitations and diaiogues by the chil dren were nicely rendered and highly Attlie close Case presented each of the Sundayschool scholars with a little flower pot containing a pretty plant as amemcn to of the Taking the plant as the subject of iicr clcsing talkto the Case drew out some very instructive The SUN has no in saying the evening was profitably enjoyed by While we are on the alert for and especially of an exciting yet sometimes things bap ten that is difficult to do justice to all in writing it Such a case we find in the difficulty between Miller and Sense last Fri day We are not going to who we think is inoslb it is not for us to and we hope the parties concerned take no offense at this As this trouble arose from quarrels between their and Senses boy being tlie it looks as if Miller might be justified Jor taking the course he but par ents should be very careful in taking up their ctiiidrens quarrels lest they we all are very and the parents of ready to put inmlicit faith in and in many iustances their stqris may deserve a bad hoy andhe probably does a great many like other he ought not to and again he may be blamed for things lie does not Be that asit parents should te very cautious tb in vestigate both sides thoroughly before they uphold their childrens acts too asdemonstrations like that the other evening only tend to make rnattefswbrse no matter who is in the Miller and are ashamed enough of them selves besides being compelled to nurse black eyes and oorenoses for some time to call it at The hopes so enormons trade for custoniersi est prlfee always paid 3lbarr hat IJK saved Time and money by buy ing everything at They carry avery Every day tbey have some new door soutli of Post Arrive daily fail to see BAENETT Q BAIRD most complete line of groceries inihe ami are sold aft bottom Ibe best grades of FLOUK kept constantly oo We respectfully aoKeiit your CIGARS Justcaitl A Bohemian weekly paper publislieii in the office of the Alliance has a gen eral circulation all TJnited r Address Frank   

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