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Alliance Sun (Newspaper) - August 13, 1891, Cuba, Kansas X a Xl llt 1 4 JREPUBLJG If Sobiety M Episropnl Society nioet every first uid eve Spotill iiivitHtioii IX EiRKK METHODIST Society meels every second and fourth morning uml hnrch Society jieels every second nnd Wtnrth Sundny school at 2 oclock nnd services every jy FJIASK McthMist Society every first and thinl Sabbath All itre nwxftseiveryFrldrty evening ill the Kuudus hull np PKASK UNIOX itli School every Soblmih iu 10 old uml MIN Viilou jHrtyer every Tlimsxldy 7 nOKfSS 4th Sutupdny 2 o3ock ul Odd Fullows All ocl eoiuwdcs ore iorrJinl EiriUjd to A V Cnbn Lodfic 37L Oder of Odd Meets ewiy day FBKU Route Time We 35 CJ Passeiigo Freight trains yfVKt TlJnrsOayjs nml COHCEBfMHB Wilf Smith and Casteei made a trip to Clyrte Seuseis bftilding an at Boach and were in town iast line of Snoots and shoes Barnett Remember the each and supper JiOiinorrow Harry Scott isexpecting a visit from bis mother in in the near fu of vasit ed relatives and friends in town X thcCylde p3 will pretty faces in Cuba Shellhammer Du bois at iitierjcling camp meeting iit Eldeithi s manager of the Chicago lumber was business in BcllcviUe and Baird visitedtfce family of four miles of town last Frank Sager and Gujeller have been unpointed executors of the esfcite late PostinaFter Fry visited Ms farm a few miies southeast of town Monday He reportswalldng Frank Washichek left Monday for to accept4situa tion on the Grandma Baird was very the latter part of last but is much better at present writing and Bund ns attended tlae 1 dedication seryicesof thenew Bohe Juian church at Mundeja last Bililwia has Jjeen sonie what imder the weather this week owing to teeth pulletl Remember 44ie Petticoat lieforai crs give a peach and cream sup her at the Rxuidus ball tomorxow Worloy lost a fine oalt last Fri dayevening by running ista wire fence and cutting its voile at i vaJQtage pur dimbblng and us Advance subsc ri pfcions this the Advocate to mosrfSy You by baying at Barnett They you but tiiey most of the tWngs and fureJjp tiwfey wilt sell you aujthi ng tbea why not ttjem Jbfea the departmeflt ol last Itisieporfc visited at someones 3tii bwlnjijto absence BASE Cuba to a Tune of 27 to 3 at Cuncordia We wasnt Otir Mascot proved a delusion and a Cubavwasnt used to playing ball In a cow yard among thistles and other discomruo Before the game commenced our boys took pocket knives and cut off several wagoa loads of Errors in account of the grass pur club to lose all interest in the game after the second Con cord ia played ball and played was not as good as ours they put up aa immense lidding They arc a Set of stinkers and fell far short of giving us a square men from Clyde Lincoln and elsowhere were rung in on The boys came home BeHeville last evening and have not own seen AJvia and Bob Ross came in frdai Missouri last Friday Another generamerchandise store is a future possibility Let them From will soon be commenced on proposed Rock Island Miss Kate McDonald is attendiug the institute at coiatiienc ins Monday The Cuba schools will commence on of this Thfi city will then take a vacation We will send the SUN to any address until after the campaign for a Hell your neighbor of The board of directors of the Al liance Exchange met last Saturday ami adjourned to next at 3 A ttice quiet little scrap In front even ing was fncerhipfced before it came to IWly daridy UaseMtaH presided behind the bat for Clyde in a game witii Milton vale at Clyde last The W U ladies will give a peach anii cream supper toiuorrow evening in the IJandus Turn out and the ladies Burk and James went to Cuba where tbey visited with friends and They returned fconielast Courtland Tine many friends of Nichols miles southeast of will be sorrVt to learn that she had lUhe get her left arm brotocn by a Mi last Howck was called and set the injured nienifoer and reports it doing and Mrsi korge Wylie drove up to Cuba last Friday to visit Wy lies mother andt other friend in that returned home Tues day of their farm near where that his oats crop for this ytar had yielded an aver age 50 bushels to the irigtan Republiatru Inajprivate letter who is now in graphi cally describes a train wreck whictohe passed near Granfl The entire train was thrown off tihe track and parts of it pretty badly Very no one was seriously and after a delay of twelve hours were again GIB their Had the wreck occured forty tods further says it would been doubttiulif us would come out AS it was it was a miiacle thatr sonieof them were not In company with Jackson we rode out to the Siiyerthorn school house behind bis flae iast Saturday where the 3aftereil of was Announced for The house full and with theyfar sons and daughters amd people from all Alike 16 hearing the colortt genjan tbe issues now before They werefulty compen sated for being Mt Bur dettes speeeto was full good logical argument and and met with the hearty of with thepossi orie fellow we noticed squirm in his seat Bupdetjte medto be before the and has been sold on the or jaa much Is fifteen J hundred f THEY MEAN SOMETHING Meetings as e Held at the SUverthoMiand Grove School Houses Hare a The feople Have Awakened to the Pact that 1A11 nbjt Gold that At A large gathering was present at the open alliance at the Grove school housetwo miles oast of town Tuesday of the Belleville gave ITS a rattling good speech facts arrl and it was roceivijd with a moit pleasing JUuxlctte followed with one of hiss roundel pis and what ttoyd didnt say he ITedid not beat around the as it butcalled titles by thcjr proper names regardless of When the meeting ctime to a close at as Boyd called the jpeoole wanted Everyone present went houu in a good frame of mintl and no doubt u stmnger peoples party taan or wo man than 7 An Uncle Toms Cabin Company will exhibit in next Its a Dave Smith the finger smashed while at work ou the iast of lias selectod ass pripcipal our He eomos repom f Barnott are goiug to jilose out some of r summer goods for about It vvill see According tw tbo journal Scinidia most le a the boys of that had lurtunity of iuspecting of tiie cooler last is a rich Alliance pa per and full account of the work in the tweafcyfire cents a nd i t three this Missouri State AnnaaJ of Kansas August 19 and occasion the Route atone the found Tickets on sale August 16 19 to turn August Notice Farmers I on the noad representing Kansas liememher that I warrant ail stock true to name and replace any that may die It will pay you to see me bftorj giving yoijr Cuba The Farmers AVife Wewiil the Farmers Wife to any merrtfeer cf any suljallsanoe or lai borunionone year fiee that will send us two yearly subscribers at flfty cents or four six eiBat This offer is good an til Sepfccniber THK ALLIANCE TheYermont Fair Is the state papier of the Vermont Seiid twentyilye cents and get It euery eek for three la battlosoarred and But In tba the samol Totblne ownaelf And It VHl follow aa the night the thon Caastnotthon befelsetomyman i THE WON Is farinsr to help THE MEN Who kraow ore harfl up and want tokslow way ana how to get UnlBBs Ton VOTE for wtat yon want you iava no right to expect tt from The nuiuber of dabs nder nn apple tree indieates the quality of the fruit It bears The clubs thrown at us attest our work Proposes root these iMtMonopoliea together irith tbecorrnpt JPar ties which have loeter eflondted and it can not be done without their v ITbnt In tbe etfd Kight Jmyaa ind Uie PflOPUil WliiVSnT THOSE ABE OUR in4 If yon eenil yonr anbBCrlptlon Largertaad Oldeit Circulation west Chicago 8UBSORJPTIOK r Ono Tear SlinioB 75 Three In olnbB of fl DEALEB JN The largest and most complete stock of Miiiinery and Notions and In Hats and ami Shoes in and cheaper thaa any othf r stors Ourjgoods arevsekcted care in the ehenpest market and sold at prie s that HO far have Bnilt tip an eiioriDOus trade us and isaved money Jfojr our price aMays paid for CALL AND SEE AT Bont to see them in their Brick Building and remember that Price is seldom met and that with them you will save more than you Try IsTOPiTHE BAIED Finest complete line of groceries in the and are ttdnr The best gradeEi of FjDOTJB kept constancy respecunlly solicit AND Ol ail kuada at CUSTIS Firnt door north of
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