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Alliance Sun (Newspaper) - August 6, 1891, Cuba, Kansas REPUBLIC Society BAPTIST Society meets every seeorad morning nnd MEfHGDIST Episcopal Socfoafy meet every Erhtand second Sundnys momitag mad eve ning Special fevitiiticwi to nlL PRHE METSODIST Society every second juid lourth morning and PRESBYTEiRTA Chmek Society every second niuh fourth Smiflny at 2 oftock and serrtees at 3 every ly EBMJK Methodist Society first Utird Sabbfljth All are AiaiAjrcE 3 in live wp UNiOX Snbbnth School everySabbath utlO Come old and Union pruyer fivsry Thursday 5 OBBKGS NOKES Poet every 4th Suturdny 2 oclock at Odtl 1 eHowi All old comrades are cordial Invited to Post Ottbn Lodge Independent of Odd day KU Xobie Heats every Wednes liontc Time a Freight Passenger trains except Ssradii west WedueBdiiye and Fri Thursdays and IN MY REPUBLICAN DAYS my republican dajis I tSiought it was right For a person to toil morning till Get but n small share all he coasM raise While liie rest was his my republican I believed flsat llirec things wcraW set its all right And to make them look plain wasmy greatest de It was silver demonetized Aad liie grand bunking my republican I thowght that tlie farmers should stay sad Pull weeds for his pigs and milk his oM 4Let the fellows in town lead Im political For thats asthey did MVBIJrepublican They would pick out their mea and fix np Ore slate Whet at election Id vote for theia For tree to my party tbey gaWMrae MCI And patted oay 5n my republcaia I always made brags that Td vote as I And to every reiialon didgallautly I followed and mimicked their For i thought It vras my republieaniiiays Ishooied for Hamsou at the top of aiy all my love and ny golt a share my But I hardly republican Wltan my Interest came due I toad naughtio So I MiortgAged oureow to raise it that Bat she objected and flew And called me my republican Wlien the mortgage came the sheriff came And from under my ramlly They turned us all out but was tlie ways reptsWican Host fflito in the biit mqide up my mind To bo to suy pacty souiewliat But my eyes got opened to their iief nrious And that was the end of my when they telli me bankers great love poor down below and Hie r3c3a nip I thimk of these tilings and ninaze And wonder at the leogth of toy Miss iiillie Springer is ttois Mas8 Lou Hall is TisCting friends Jn Washlceefe is hoipe frooa County Attorney Cooper was in i under the rst ofthe of gave this officea pleasaetcal Alliance Exchange took in of oats Scandias prouai nerifc was in tiie city last the Believilk ible was tfce postmaster thai sorry to tke illness Tho Cuba base ball club will play at Frank Poweis visited at liome Tues day haAlns a day off the Eicharrtson left yesterday for ialifornia on important Ross has moved htMv4aru ily nortto of the ol is Tislting In the city the guwsstbttoer Kunkle returned hprae from Monrhty eveahig alter velitl months absence in that and Geoj of Wash brotherrVnlaw and sister of were guests at the latters at Agenda last Fined Masonrand for merly residents of but now were visiting friends and relatives n the the first of Sissoll is suffering from an at tack of the typhoid malaria at his honie two miles north of SUN hopes to see his Iamsiliar our streets IX Wicks wants to know what vwas the matter with Brawns ice cream Kept blowing on it at Smithes birthday party last Was it too hot John Buwflctte vnillspeak at the Cuba Alliance two miles west of town Saturday Burdette is a good should greeted by a lartre oqme The will be an open meeting of GroYe Alliance two miles east of Cuba on Tuesday August at Good wHl be in Everybcwly is cor dially We to THention tlse Tact that AllenBaird Tiad gone to Morrow to accept apprenticeship in the blacksmith shop of Fred Allen is a steady teoyaod will make a good and CJarson moved to Agenda tfee first of the week where buy grain for Davis this While OUT citizens regretto lose so a faTJiily their best wishesgo with school board Tuesday and selected the teadhers for the comingyar Miss mar Miss Hattie In ter mediate Miss May Primary Miss Kate theseven sin of Miller had misfoTtyrie to left arm just below the elbow by falling out of aTteft at Jim Pughs last He was at oncebrought under the of Hall is Oliver HuS Teturned froui t3iewest last Monday evening He went to Washington last November and stay ingthore all winter started the spring and was taken with the typhoid fever where he lay in the bospital A few weeks of Kansas ttncl Oliver will be all right of Washington cxrnii and citizens Alliance was a visitor at this office Walker organized an Ailiance at Haddam Tuesday evening At Barnes and will organ ire at Washington Walker gDes to Ohio next week where be will lend hisaid in defeating Major McKinley for governor of that The Topeka Advocate grows better with each Every Alliance man in ttoe interested in reform should not be without It is bright tellable and and contains six teen For one dollar and fifty cents we will send you the Advocate and the SUN both Tor one Remember the Advocate is the officialstate 1 i I am nowon the road represfenting the Kansas city It will pay you tosee aie bMore giving busipess was doing and Jhaacls with The Smithes at On last and W Smith having made to take dinner with and were greatly surprised about 10 oclock to see the Smiths pouring into town from every until about fifty persons hadassembled ia their and Smith was heard to uancl heres Brown along with I won tlar whats to which her mother Why dont that tliis is your In a few minutes and vv restot the aiithpd ties of suapchad in proper order to the sceiaies flit The ladies at proceeded JM load tsXibles with things uf this after charged tlielr stomachs 6 theiTivbtQost capacity with fruitsj eaikesandl Bother pro visions as the Smith ladies kimnv liow t provide in excellent called the assembly to and TtouF1 fey and lark played some tions on t5je sang sorqe ihoice pieces by sonic of the rest oftfie friends Tile ihairman then called oia Jcihp of who deli short addness on womans paying a high tOTbute to and eX pressing the regrets of tinepeople of Cuba in Dosing so estimable a Missouri State Annual Kansas August 19and Forthis occasion the BurKngtoH Rovite will sell ttekets atone for the JBebets on sale August 18 and jgood to xe TTV5 DEALER IN Tlie largest uncl nsost complete stock of Miiliuerj In Shoes in any other store Smith the reciBietit of al valuable An ample sup ply of ice cream and cake a very pleasant meetingto a close Susr joins the fneiKls of Smith in wishtsag her many turns of the Poimdl poiind supper was favour wideawake energetic last Tuesday evening at the residence of LIsherfor the betiefltof the of Over one hundred persppis were pTes a very pleasant aitd agreeable The Cornet band was presenifc and discoursed some ex cellent The young people nisned instnrmental and vocal Ave mnst was efJ fectively and beautifully Ice cream and cake were served i Q aiteundanceand ninety persons en josed the cooling effects It has been put down on the social list as thci largest naflst pleasant as Following Is the list of presents received by Chamlilih Eight coffee ten onns canned goods three pounds starch eixpoXinda crackers VHjIrty rounds sugar four poiuids dried facrr ipunds dried ctirrante six pounds ttiree ponrids cheese elgbt bars two 3ptmds one bag head four ptKtudspluius unepcmtdteaand Business House Jacket store of Richardson Melton was closed Tuesday morning by their owing to1 a misstep by one of the members of the firm of the Clyde causing all out stand ing claims of both stores here and at Clyde ieTush in at once temporarily suspending Melton was seen by the day aiid authorized us to say that they would undoubtedly busi ness agaam in a few ft LATEK store openefl for business tfeis Millionaires or Which Have you read the book Millionaires OT the greatest book for reference eTer pub lished See what it Whooontrolled congress from 1859 to Hard cause atitl ef Total amount of sin circulation each year from 1866 to Bopulatiotx each jsear from 1866 to Circulation per 6thj Failures each year from 1866 to Loss each Table stooWswg and every passed showing who voted for andwho This 1s worth price ttfe It the number tranps in the each year for twenty something that no other ibook Increase in the itional debt if arariaroducts hundreds of other ecpery peaeon should A book of 60 well printed on good papei plain all for 15 cents or 10 per Alliauee Boots cheuper ithaa are suc ap care in it be laariet and so4 at prics thdt so faij hnyo boec Built up an euormons for and saved money for our Highest price always pad CALL AKDSEE AT Dont Jail to see them in their Building and remember that their Price is seldom met and never beaten so that dealing with them you will save more than you Try AP1BAIE1 most complete line of grofleries and are Bold a bottom The best grades of FLOUE kept constfintly on btotcl respectfully solkjifc your CIGABS AND HEADQUARTERS FOR 9 all CURTIS Fif st door north of Also first Curls
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