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   Alliance Sun (Newspaper) - July 30, 1891, Cuba, Kansas                                TT Y REPUBLIC 5i353J f every second morning and METHODIST Society m eecdiia SuiidrVjs mt ruing and eve SpectoJl invitation to TDRKE KETHOUISTSaclety meets every second and morning and Society seciud mid fourth Sunday school f gt Z oclgck Riid services ftt 3 every FRAJIK JBODKTANT Metlutdlsf Booiety everj ami third AH ate ALIJANCB rooets every Friday cvenlng In the llundus hall up FBAKK TTNION Sabbjith School every Sabbath at 10 Come old and Union prayer meeting every Thnrsday 7 OEOKGJ3 XOKfiS Post Meets every Saturday 3 oclock at Odfl Fellows All old comrades are cordial toviuil to Post Cuba Jjodge Independent Order of Odd Sleets every Wednes day Jf oble Burlington jRonte Tiitte a Freight trains except wcBt end Fri COfflJERNIMB Clint Davis came up frqm Clay Cen Streets received a much needed renovating this Dont miss the great closing out sale at Barnett Sense and littlo daughter Visited friondsaibHaddam this Frank Rundus is dojng busi ness in Cedar this Miss May Baker and brother Arthur are attending the normal Melton and Baker met with the central committee at Belle ville last 1 Johnny Harris and of Stock are visiting relatives and friends inthe city and vicinity this of state Superintendent of Sunday school work was a pleasant visitor at the SUN of fice last has our thanks fora peck of the finest peaches possible to Wooden will have a good many bpshel this of occupied one of our upholstered chairs Thurs day was rustling business for the McCormick Something never offered before What Barnett are going to do next Saturday was never done before in this and it surely will be money thrown awav for everyone that will fail to appear andpurchase good for less i J The fnepds of Baker were given an ice creanl supper at her home one of town Jasti Thursday theoccaslon being her Ttye evening was pleasantly spent gamer paired to their respective hom4 wish ing their charming hostess many tiappy returns df thar Miss May received several pretty and Valuable You will notice at the head of these columns this week a call for the Peo ples party convention to be held at September 19tp By pertisfng the cali the question pf choosing candidates naturally arises jn sour In regard to this work allow us tu offer a few suggestions So farthe candidates have keptprett and made the fact gen Jn selecting candidate1 all Reeling of friendship and personal interest7and unite on die strongest men whose interests puns and greed moral anf J T rVfindintegtitr our young people ttended Ink dance i n Jones three miles northwest of ast Friday A splendiel time r We or Slavey Which14 from thfe Alliaace this week ind flM very tvaluabie Article for in anothercol umn anrl sendfor a nur sery Yeports business Starting oil t godd this1 falljVtfie first vested amountingto upwards of our friend Jim giving an order for one thousand apple besides a fewsmall orders for other The farmers natty rest assured that Wooden will givu them a square A terrible hail storm the vicinity of Taltuo on to taly destroying the cwips of several of tile best Clara Shepherd and a number 01others whose nafnies we failed to lost The hail in two hours after the storm could have been shoveled by the wagon It is a terrible misfortune tu these A young lady with a wart on her nose timidly approached Hall on the street the other and asked if he could take warts The doctor pre scribed a mixture of dimethylpyrazolimes and tyldimethylmetbane and told hex go up and have John Goeller fill iL Af ter looking at the prescription ment she handed it back with the re mark Thank I believe Til keep the The young friends of John who makes his home with frank Teeters four miles north of cele brated his 21st birthday ia a befitting manner last Saturday A very pleasant and sociable time te re John received several nice which will highly appre but the gift he most cher ishes was endowed upon him by our countrys constitution andgiveshim the privilege of voting the Alliance Closing out sale Barnett are going to close out their immense stock of summer goods such as and The 8 and 10 cent Lawns will go for 12i and 15 cent Lawns at 10 De Bays that always sell for 8 or 10 in this sale 4 To make a big day it they will sell everything very Dont be but comeearly for many of the bargains may be gone and everything you buy will be divers Alliances tributary to Cuba met last Saturday in joint meet ing and appointed a board of directors to supervise lihe handling of their grain here this It was re quested that the board met in the office make the neces sary arrangements and get some one tcuiet as The board met as requested and after due consideration selected com menced worfe This company is pretty thoroughly organized and will be a success if such a thing is of directors com prise the following gentleman Cuba Alliance Frank Grove Pat Richland Lafayette John Bow Eureka EL HL Jefferson Fridfi Monday Mayor John Brown and the writer drove out to Lafayette lour miles south of where the Mayor and were billed to v OJQ arriving at the school house we f it well filled and the people eager t6 what the speakers had to Kennedy was first called on gave us a forty minute speech full of sound logic and undisputable followed with one of his characteristic speeches which was f ul ct mirth as well as sound argument Brown is an able speaker and dis posed 6tthe questions people very Tfee LafayetterAlliance to be in a prosperous and unoer the tsupei vision ot President tOona will conttrjbute shaie knocking propsfbut from tW The trip wag highly The Topeka witheabh n in shopld not be wtfefrout It is bright contains six teen1 pages of Phfrcme dollar and fifty cents we will fend you the the SCJN for one i ilemember tlie Advocate is the cial v J Tlie Post has t that two young teachers attending the with a Mt was proved aid the icanofthat place cliSewrers tho fstct the youtfg ladies IrfKjiiestioii are bothEepnbliCaiis in anl left Because Jtihey coura get board Poor old Quite a serious and wellnigh fatal accident on Saturday at the home of tnrPeJuiles west of Fraulc was fool ing with a revolverwhen itwas ac cidently the ball striking his on the right cheek glancing1 and passing ver the right ear it lodtred against tho From the number of such cases one may read of in the papers of the country it would that the Amer ican peojple to learn that fire arms are dangerous playthings and not at all fit for ordinary instruments of are able tosay that this caste is not so seri ous as it might have The young lady will but will very prob ably carry a vhrough dam I am now on the road representing the Kansas It will pay you to see me giyingyour Monday ohe of Cubas largest business men was seen just this side of Belleville with the team headed to wards This individual is a a man of lighi shaved The doctors counte nance wasradiant with a smile most child like and his whole demeanor conveyed an idea vthat his feelings were wrought up to the high est point in anticipation of what might transoire in the office of the probate Thj matter will bear Millionaires pf Whjeb Have yqti read the bookentitled Millionaires or the greatest book for reference ever pub lished See what it contains Who controlled from 1859 to cause and ef Total amount of money in circulation each year from 1J366 to Population 1866 to Circulation per Failures eaclTJ year from 1866 to Losfe Table showing and every bill passed by congress effectingour money showing who voted for and who This Is we 11 worth the price of the It tells the number of tramps in the country each year for twenty something that no other book Increase na tional debt if paid in products and hundreds of other points thul every peison should A book of 00 well printed good papei with plain for15 cents in or per Alliance handed us last wbek after the were qp Jhe press BESQUmONS BlEHEVltLlf 129 F t It ha pleased tto jSod In His Inscrutable to tjie ham Of death our order of Free and Ac cepted AJasons have suffered the worthy by his fearless and generoys nature endeared totthe of this it That we M a lodfee ex prebs our eincereBorrow the sustained in his dearth that yi Jhlsher the order bl PreeMasonp and nil the fauifcflttd In his our Wee one pf to and loyal That while taitlgote thegreat gffef Uiptnow haiiga over home neverthflleis and our tiieir nutojd and vffieiQ Grand Maste of prepared a place abdv JWheie the ttes gf families may be re copy ofthebe1 resoplutloUB U d family ot tim they bespread upon the records of tills lodge thai a1 copy be furiflsliod Belleville atidCubo DEALER IN largest aofl most complefaa of Millinery the In Hftts Boots and Shoes in an cheaper thsn any other store t I TR In TSi Outfgoods are soltcied with care in tie cheapest1 market and sold at pric e that so far lAve been an enormous trade for and saved money for our Highest price always CALL AND SEE US New Dont fail to see them in their Brick Building and remember that theiF Price is seldom met ami never beatjen so that dealing them you will save more than you Try JSTOI1TI3 SI BAIBD Finest and most opmplete line of grooeries in the eity and sold at bottom the beat grades of FfcOUB kept eoestanily on CIGAES class aocommoaations at   

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