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Alliance Sun (Newspaper) - July 2, 1891, Cuba, Kansas v RKPUBJul IT i Society BAPTIST Society meets every seond and fourth t imd fro Pnstoi METlSvfniST Kiiisfopiil Society every Spssjnnd scnohrl Siimlnys aurt to X KTUOPIST Society aud Tonitli morning tti John Brown U going to the practice for he has received a permanent to deJiver i i llureh Sooteity every Becoml fourth Snndiiy school atSptidck ami services Bveryliody 0 FRANK t PttpOTSJTANT Methodist Scmiety every first and third Stiblmlh iay speeches for says he likes that job Smiths their speakers Cuba pronlises in of thft She best her are the the her shade if her will be thirxttesiv Itel1 HurTiesl aiid AixAANir meets every Friday eveiiiiiK Ilnifius hit r Siibbut Conic 1iiiou T every at 10 oldmid every Tiiufsduy Post every Jth Siitiinlny x nil Odd All ollJ cornrthleK tire roniin luyitril to Vice President the will for tiso thVract that ser vices wen not secured until too late to Is festo Oim Kansas of and caivttillv read by every j voter in 1 H to be printed on the bills it is not ally known will is a line speaker and highly enteri should hear wHH tirenirH t and Sunday timl at Home cn tho lie city lt y lourtn th y J1 tho him to another world a few days if Odd day every W edne 1 n company Treble genial the writer tooka rideout to the farm of i i miles north and two miles last whereMn Shruufwascalled to start a binder Mr Tvlei a few lays It necessitated a tVw moments to get the in and We left as happy as a boy with a new pair red top uvor his but not without good reasons for the ring is most beautiiul and easy binder have is durable and dots ex cellent A ride rvim here to Tylers at of con1 r Stopand see Kansas is ihe Flour 85 cents per sack at Haniptl Sec liAniitl buying your fruit jars See Harnett befan Imying ymr WashicVick returned frwiu this Barnett are giving and returned hoane from California Tuesday evening weeds around the streets and allies are being exterminated this TToudek and brother Joe re turned home from Cedar last Monday evening Swiiiart and mwbhcr Thomas of wre guests at the Barnctt going t Clerky on and so dont be afraid you will not be waited The annual county eon Tilly 16 and instead of 9 as suited are well with of uly ir oUjeit will bo to sell them so cheap will c mie Editor and and daugh Miss returned home from their excursion trip Tuesday They report a pleasnnt Rev Allen will twist the lions tail at Republic City July And the people over there may rest assured it will be gracefully lloheiHians will celebrate the of John Iluss at Monday Frank Bundus of this place will deliver the Stop atRarnett on the Fourth wilt gladly see you and if you need anything they will sell cheaper than on other So wby pay big prices for everything because its the Fonrth the little one year oW daugh ter of and John got a shingle nail fastened in her throat one day last week and had it nob been for the timely assistance of Hall would have resulted O hog us to say that owing to tKe scarci tyjrf hogs being he will not be in town every and those having any to sell bj card or ttie day they will bring them ju will be ia Allen went to Lebanqn Satur June aud held the two Quar terly meetings of Lebanon and Salem charges and returned on the 12o6lcck night train the He re ports a good time and the gen erally hopeful of a large and in do5cl tbesir Hopes are well founded as he thinks crops look better there than Corn and oats are larger and wore even and wheat looks fine and to be well Surely the peo ple of Smith county need just suclfr a Allen was once pastor of then called from there tlvpyeurs ago last iadihim sit i Viith last Sunday j which haddried ad tlie circulation of air shoilv same seed his 1 droii niaking fnn id and i called him a As is a i common to Allen wants to if it the way they are and if so who put up thejob and will taken k i i JKUHV the best kmwn j of the new house in liie UnitedStatestwho Hie j hip Seventh Kansas is in j the city todayon liis way home to Barber Jer j ry go houie and harvest his wheat in to raise money to pay bis compliments so McKinley in In Tifils ud Boots nnc cheaper than anv On i1goodsarft with speca care tie cheapest liiarkot snd sold at prie s that so far have bpen the comingOhio The new iMcKinicys i thinks LUO den spot of Corn is a tritlobackward owiuto the lateness of the but has a good stand and most are free from bettor and the prospect more if such alhing is soine of an hundred bushel to the Wheat looks well aud is roaciy for the Ayiather not help iiuticing the large ninu of Ijeaul ifnlyoung orchards iiteniiiy loaded not belong be part of Kansas caui with tlRiu ithe iruit Oneoi the tin kno Jolin iowmarj with him to assist in ouanfi tyof ice and thus most viccAired last Satuniay residence of Sini the spcakoiship of the noxt lies bitween Millsand with chances j i iv fa for of the lie says no f millionain will be uqmrnatecl by the j Aliiance for lorry is lookj ing feeJrng well Anybody who sizeshim Up roraclrurnp not know the j j IK editorial writing will lay tli1 Farmers Alimico gust tiia just I now stalkiim tlie of UMiiVvrs and the neatly tkkot is not onlv thing essary loan electionin chuckus Jay CJwuTtls NowYork is Bnilt Vip an enormous trada aai saved money for our Highest price always paid for SEE iNOW as yet in i iWhat is saved and by bsip Ol f j w away f ron home Upon his return iii maiihe to lind a crowd of pouring into his from t Ycrk i all until had iissoiubhd to wish hiany happy returns of A those present we n awl James and Frank John and Mrs and and arid no Jorigerpiun for he had a pair of branvnew pants a Those the dis ceried free traie Mo1 York Even aeLends t iiabiy soonbo rtttericled with the j disnlnlion the j Day at Agenda grand songs a The commit tee on and decoration as a great deal of Though all was somethihirs thai inf I They carry and their v imported England for this special occasion and and Jesse Sarah Harriet Andy aud John and a few more Iwing unable to atiend in was well Ieprcsentecl Vy a valuable pipe and a huge of which he senb by Elliott as a token of his good wishes for The ladies at once proceeded to load the tables with good things of this and so large was the supply that it re quired some of Cases x2 choice lumberf carry After Squire Sager had declared that every one present had lone justice to their assembly to order and introduced John Brown who delivereda congratulatory address well suited tothe af ter which James Barton rendered some wry choice selections on the ac Masses Delia Tcrpening a nd Ella also played some very lino pieces rn the Barton sapg Bohemian A rfood supply of ice cream and cake and three lusty cheers for Smith brought the very pleasant ton Arrive Dont fail to see deserve special Two large bells madeof evergreens and flowers were as beautiful as could also two one by a Class ofboys who that old ly the Captain may Depend on and inarchedin a circleand at each turn and chorus one or two would drop and indeed yery Anotlier was a class of young ladies with hoops of flowers and all taking hold of till all were tiexHogother and as they marchtd and counter oh how suggestive to churches fact to all who wish to do good any reform Allen made some remarks on the hero and mind character Every day they have soue uew door south of Post BAIRDA Finest and moefc complete lice of groceries in and aresold aft bottom The best grades of FLOUK kept constantly oa Wia respectfully soacit your patronage CIGrARS AND and eternal their relation to the of the G reive are requested t be out Tues day Business of Come come Republic county Alliance Will meet in Friday and Satur July John Davis will speak at 2 oclock on the and Paul Van Der excommanderinchief of the will speak at S A laryo utteml unce is Just Bohemian weekly paper in the office of the Alliance has a era circufaitKii among Bohemians over the United v Address Frank
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