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   Alliance Sun (Newspaper) - July 9, 1891, Cuba, Kansas                                THE ALLIANCE SUN REPUBLIC Society PttEE BAPTIST Society meets every second and fourth morning and TlTETtiODIST Episcopal Society meet first and second Sundays morning and eve Special invitation to TUiEE METHODiST Society meetsevery second and fourth PRESBYTERIAN Church Society jieeW every second and fourth Sunday school at 2oclock services at 3 every Everybody l FRANK KROJMSTANT Jfethodist Society every fin and third Sabbath All are xs AMIANCB meets every Friday evening in the Rnndns hallup Sabbath School every Sabbath at 10 Come old Mm Union prayer meeting every Thursday 7 OE0KCJE NOKES Post Meets every 4th 1 Saturday 2 at Odd Fellows All old comrades are cordial invited to Post Pose Adjutant Cuba Lodcr Independent Order of Odd Meets every Wednes day A FBBII Stable Squire Sager wafe doing business in Belleville Maurice of was doing busi ness In Eeab of was the guest of the writer last Friday Pitts has a yearling bull he Wishes to sell You will do well see Do not fail to hear John DaVls andPaul Van Der Vourt at Fry has purchased the Harve Streator residence and will take possession Our base bnll team will probably go to Belle ville to morrow give their club another The Cuba Reds cross bats with an aggre from Agenda at this place s6 we The Citizens Alliance Will have special busi ness at the meetingFriday Every member is asked to be We doatwant to celebrate again for a We hqd such a dundy time this Fourth its a wonder we would ever want to Do not fail to attend the Citizens Alliance you one week from tomor row July ITtk Dont Interesting Look out for some gushing eloquence among our now the editors are home from their For pity boys ling It off before the end of the CONCERNING More rain ffier first ofthe Abe Hail is under the weather this Frank Rundns had in Bfellevllle yes wem conspicuous OH the streets We are tinder oSHgKGons to Ed Moon for aid on the case this Ozzie Curtis is at what under Miss Emma Barnhlll is her home near Joseph A fine boy wag bom to Fourth of July morning and died the next morn They have the sympathy of John Smith was confined to his bed with a se vire spell of sickness the first of the Shoe maker John U the one we have reference HarveyStreator left M6nday morning for Can non He lasa position therein a barber shop set dollars a ington The Republicans will hold their county The Demo crats are supposed tobe at least they aie not from any i Lisher returned home from Washington where he has been for about a last in to a letter stating tbat serious illness of his in time to see and converse with his father before he passed Our friend D Foster had the misfortune to cut the end of his big toe off while cutting weeds t on the Rock island section last Foster says he dont caie so much for losing the piece toe as he does for the damage done to the Remember the county alliance meeting tomorrow and Congress man Davis speaks two oclock Friday utter noon and Paul Van Der excommander inchief of the 8 oclock the even All old soldiers should come out and hear their old The county convention of the Peoples party will be held at Belleville on September The election of delegates will take place on Thurs day the at the usual polling places lathe various The representation is based upon thevote for John Davis and is one dele gate for every twenty votes and major fraction of twenty votes cast for In anuwer toa telegram announc ing that his was expect ed to live but a short landed here Tuesday morning from two days after Ushers remains tad been laid to Martreports things generally in good shape and circumstances there and says he IB doing fairly but he longs to be once more located on a Kancas The members1 of the citizens alliance at this place wffl be sorry to learn that Melton tail ridto get the commission sent to him latalifor nia giving him authority or organize in that and Washington Melton is of the opinion that his failure to receive it is due to the careless handling of the mail by the hotel clerks where he Melton says the people there are eager for the new party and had he got his commission could have done a good I f x Pat who lives three mUes east of Cuba while Salt creeK two miles here met accident that crossing bridceViwhichjiBvery smalland no afeog behind tean VlasaOfi thing that broken selling is gnateeoime than jum drink Id ralber be the wont drunkard that reels the and beaja iis fate in nocent than Bailer the final judgement i Bin and Vho taM forlt belong in the So the ons odf Bellv anxl orixnte of tftiMltv sin to sign the ypUjpy or V H 4 ONE MORE AT Fortbe first time in the existence of the SUN it becomes our sad duty kr chronicle the death of a beloved and esteemed citizen and Lewis Lisher who died at his home this Friday July of Erights aged years and 18 His last days were full of suffering and death to a welcomed Lisher was an old Kansas em migrating from Indiana in the early on a farm near Washington and moved with bis family to Cuba sir years ago when the town was but a year and ever till the grim visage of death came up on has been an honored citizen and He was an exemplary citizen against whose moral character and habits no man could say A kind husband and father to his family who are left to mourn his By his death the Ma sonic and orders lose an esteemed and valued and the community at large a staunch The aged companion and familyof the deceased have the heart felt sympathy of the community in their of sorrow and afflic and may they seek consolation in the beantitul thought that big spirit is at rest in that bright beyond where sorrow never and joy abounds The fnnerel obsequies were held in the tent in the south part of town Sun under tbe auspices of the Masonic and of conduct ing the from selected by the deceased a few days before he died Therefore be ye also ready for in such an hour as ye think not the Son of man Fully fifteen hundred people paid their last respects to the to the remains and a large concourse of followed the hearseto the Farmington ceme v GROVE July 7th Whereas It has pleased onr great Creator to remove from our midst our esteemed bi there fore be it That in this we recognize the hand of God and we also realize that our Alliance has lost a worthy brother and the community an es teemed and be it further That ths Alliance extend to the be reaved family its heartfelt sympathy is this their sad That a copy of these resolutions be printed In the ALMANCK of and also file BepuWic County There win be a meeting of the members of the Mutual Protective Association of Republic cotm tyatPoweUB on the first Saturday In August at one oclock us to say that owing to the scarcity of hogs belnsr marketed he will not be In jbown every clay and those having any to sell please notify by card or the day they will bring them IQ and he will be in THE fOTOTH IN How the Day was Observed Our WideAwoke Patriotic As is her custom Cuba Whether the brilliancy of lier success was as brightas on former occasions we are not here to Still she could probably have showed tip her crowd and program with any of hersisterS The program for the forenoon was carried out nndet the Inviting shade of a spacious caivass secured for just south of the The Cornet Band clayed exellent of and the singing by the chtir was perfectly and beautifully and high After the reading of the atlon of by Joe Mayor Kennedy introduced theorator Of the Noah of vflio spoke to the audi ence for some speech will be found iti this Issue the after If you didnt hear it yon can your own Judge as to how it suited the While we endorse the and the facts it so much so as to reproduce wethinlc it was ill timed arid should not have beepdeliyered that audience the Fourth of Ju ly from the fact that In itspollticalnature justice could not be done to the represcntatlyes of different parties Read it and It wlft do you good whether you think it was out of place or After dinner the sportive of the crowd assembled at the ball where it was announced the amusements would take The freeforall footrace was the first to take and waswon by who took first Joe Kesl taking The Haddam ball club not putting in an appearance the clubs of this place contested coveted ten After a ragged slug gish and beefy gamer the first uine Fol lowing are the positions and score SECOND McDonald c Smith e Fry 3b Shronf p Graham cf Moon lb Northup ss Carpenter 2b LanepandSb W Smith 3b Sprihgerp and 2b D Smith s s 1 JKesl Ib ABairdrf FKesl rf EBairdcf Slopanskicy 1 f Hill If First nine Second nine 21 The day passed without an accident swings and stands seemed to receive their usual The tent afforded the best shade possible and proved to be cool and Doc of played the tuba for the band boys in the absence of Coilnty Superintendent Cpstolo came down from Belleville and celebrated with Cuba It was the quietest Fourth eyer celebrated in Cuba so far us persoiial altefeattons were con Eddie Baird surprised the old sprinters by cap turing first prise in the foot Ed Is more an athlete than he Richardson deserves much praise for his untiring efforts in preparing such excellent mu is in fact does the entire Moon andhis anvil keptall the babies in town squalling from 12oclock until atleast Fry and From the number of ladles to Witness the ball game we would Infer that It is very popular with the gentler part of this Burdette will preach in this cityiSaturday and Sunday 25 and and at Prairie Home at 11 oclock on Sunday top Dray and Care taken in moving and handling Transfering done with neat ness and Give me a FRANK v City jEverything in line prompljrf at tended Your patronage is spectfully PHYSICIAN Calls promptly responded to both day and Female diseases ol City Barker Shop Haircutting in the latest SEE THIS OFFICE JOB WORK DEALER IN The largest and most complete stock of MiiUnery and Notions and the In and Boots and Shoes in cheaper than any other store fii le I Purgoods are selected care in the cheapest nuirket and sold at pfic s that so far have been enormous trade for us f mopey for our cnsfcomera Highest price always paid for GALL AND SEE What is saved Time and money by buy ing everything at They carry everything and ibQir Goods Every day they have some new door south of Post Arrive Dont foU to see BARNETT BAIRD Finest and most complete line of groceries in the and are sold at bottom The best grades of FLOUR kept constantly on respectfully solicit your CIGKARS AND HEADQUABTERS FOR Bv CURTIS First door north of Also firstclass aooojoomodationa at the Curtis depot ER OO Cement anJ At Lowest Yard north of 1 JOSEPH   

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