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   Alliance Sun (Newspaper) - September 10, 1891, Cuba, Kansas                                hrr r V Vfl I REPUBLIC Society BAPTIST Society meets fomth indriilni and evening UOLL Kplsfopnl Society Ineet every flistnixl sepoiul aiid eve Special invitation J 1 FREE METHODIST Society meets every second and fourtl morning und PRESBYTERIAN linrch every iiml fourth Sunday school 1 at S oclock and services at 3 every Everybody f v KKAJTK Ruitnirs PROD1STAXT Methodist Society every first and third Subbnth All ftre VIu meetsevery Friday evening the Uundus halliip 1TNIOK Siibbnth School every Sablmth nl irt Come and Slips Union prayer meeting every K VOICES Post Meets evefy llh Siitiirdny 2 bolocfc pdJ Follows All old comrttdcs ure tiord inMtod o A Post Posd Oubn 37i Inlorendont Orderhf Odd every Wedues 5tty IIAIK FiJne eh Walt Minor went lo Morrow Satur day to buy Ivsl went to the farmami lust Ffy is relatives in To peka and attending the state Frank is assisting at thw KiKik Island of the boys took in the theatre at Bolleville is soon fio hwe ny This what Cuba CUBA Burlington Route Time j Freight PasSenRer trnins except ycst and Fri Thursdays and TRAISS WEST i 8 55 sc Passenger andExpress Freight 55 TRAINS Mail Express AM AM freight 02 x Freight 56 All trains JACOB MEN the dnst The Vermont Fair Is the state paper of the Vermont fiend tweiityflve cents and gej it eiiery for three PHYSICIAN AND Ward boysentertained from Republic City the first of the and ed the fair at and John Dillons theatrical troupe were in the city hours between trains and Smith took the fair at Concordia couple ol ays last f FSmith and her Miss witnessed the ball game at Hubbell last The new elevator is beginning to lit on a good 4t oon be ready for i is nursing a ghme leg his weekon account of a sprain re eived while stacking Quite a number of ourtlliance peo ile will hear Folk at Washing pn today and Emery The SUKcomes out a littleearlj this week in order that the devil might heir Polk Washington aod Foster were pre a fine twelve pound son ast All doing John Lang and children drot over to Hubbell last Friday and visit d a few days with the family of Preble and Shrpuf was present and witnessed the boys do up lie HubbellChedter aggregation at Miss Katie who has day aijd Female diseases If you want some mire anple cider see UFi He also has ap ples for all In Ladies and Gents and ChHdrens underwear we a large stock and iecided bargains at If you wish to purchase Canton we have them at from 5c to 18c Dannefers are selling piles of clothing and no wonder they sell every thing for prices never hearxd of Gentlemens irenuine Kangaroo shoe for Ladies hand turn for at Barnett What have you been for them Public There will be Van open Cuba Alliance at Silverthdrn schoo house on Saturday night Sept at m Everybody invited to at C H4 Boyd and Notice 1 I am now 6n tlie road repiesenting the Kansas nursery Kemernber that I warrant ail stock true to name and will replace any that may die It will you to see me before giving your The C R I P Ry will sell tickets at one fan for routed trip plus 50 cents for admission to Kansas State Fair to be held at Topeka Sept 11 to Tick ets to be sold Sept 10 to good re turning Sept Rate from Pubais with additional 50 cents fo ad mission to JACOB Party itpeoples party rally will be held a Sept 10 A tfull program has been Col president of the Ifationa jFarmers alliance and Jndustria Tin ion be present and address tb meetingai l3i m the first day Every and Frank Herrod will speak the second Sow is th for our citizens and alliance peo pie to hear Polk and Emery t The1 trains run just right fo all those to go that way Let all go that possibly The Owiba Bluep Take j From the The ball game ITtibbpll last Fri day between the Cuba club and the was an interest ing one notwithstanding fact that our boys were considerably ahead after third The Hubbell team played a fairly aud es pecially wastheir IMd work long rhtes found brawny iinn we found the bal of club vyiis ff the worst chronic klckers we ever displensure of The rest clubwere boys were at homp th starjt probably ample fime to the the exceptlbu of two bad pfays in the leUihg in two played an excellent Not a double play was by our The Holding was good every being with one excusable The features of the game the hardbatting of our boys and Frjs home runhit in Jthe third inning when the bases were full letting In Following are the names ofplayers their positions and score I PLisher Arbuthnot Slopanskey Kesl Frv McDonald P Lisher 0 1 1 3b cf r f 1 b If ss c P 0 2 Eiddle Gorden Johnson Leslie 21 0 0 0 0 1 14 at itubbell for several return ed home this Mrs Mary Shrouf and adopted fanir lies of her eon and Sbrouf and and numerous other friends Their home in Books The sheriff of Cloud county was in town lastThursday with Jim of in alleged to orokenina store at Jim was ddurned in Braceletsand seemed toen jpy theisTtuation aa muchas possible under the Houck reports a serious case from near A 13 year old son of Marley was kicked in the face by a horse terribly crushing the left upper jaw Some pieces of bone were The doctor says the little fellow is getting to and Samuel Phelps lastSatuaday Mother and child doing and Sam ie jubt recovering Being ab sent at the time and on entering the house after returning home and hew ing the wail of an infant was eq frights ened he and it was wiih difficulty friends persuaded him to He is gradually all right and with tender care will be all in a few While performing on the trapeze in the freight room of the RqciFTsland depot last Monday Clarence tbenight fall that will probably keep him laid up for several The trapeze swings about six foet from the floor the distance he striking oh his head knocking him Houck was imme diately sent for and in about two hours he began to return hut did not come to himself clearly until the next He was carried to the hotel and kindly cared His parents at Republic City were tele graphed and his Ingram arrived on the midnight We called atthe hotel the next morp ing and found him getting along as nicely as possible under the circum and if he will socn be able to be around The allianco has been the cause of higher prices for rye and oats wouU htive been had thny not organized exohatiges thrtMighivut bbft There aro manv other good the alliance has and have credit notice that are being fyrmed all over tha and a good move it is Siase wn tevehjulan exchange of this charac ter has been from cjne to five cents higher than it have been Too much cannot be said in praise of this of Eepublic gave us a pleasant call while in town this week in attendance upon his son We found hi into be a plea sant and agreeable airood conversationalist and well informed on the the political of our Ingram informed that the farmers of that vicinity deyJsiiig aieans to organize a shippers association at Beseemed impressed with the way the associa tion here ie being conducted and will recommend it to the farmers This is a vary wise The by this can save enough in season an elevator with the necevsary fixtures and have money Ingram says their present buyer pays only fifteen cents for sevencents leps thnh ispaid fpr ty to fortyfive for fifteen totwen tyflveceats less than here sixty cents for thirty cents lower than XTSslrtf iff ereneer DEALEKSJIN The Jjlargewt complete stock of Millinery and NotionH and tie In Hats acd Boots anil Shoes in nul chtjuper than any otlict stbro Our goods are euro in market and sold that so far havH bicQ The farmers of this ricihjtyheld a meeting on Tuesday evening for the purpose of forming soine planby which they can handle their own We do not know juist what was but learned that the meeting adjourned to meet again on Saturday at which time they hope to do something tangible in the If the farmers cando any thing by which they can increase the price of farm we are confi dent that every business man in Had dam do he can to assist The more money our productions bring the better it is for all branches of and the more prosperous all of us wlli We if it helps prices that a stock be ot ganized and that the scheme will meel with We understand thai alliance or any other politics is not in The farmers of that vicinity have come to livery wise and profitable That it profitablethe many farmers tributary to Cuba can testify for we have a grain association of that kind here that has been doing alarge and successful business for some rhe more there are of farmers grain associations the The al liance is to be thanked for this Built an enormous tricta f or us and saved money for Highest price always paid for CALL AND SEE TT ARE YOU SEEKINGBARGAINS Or dont you care whafc you pay just so you get good crops and gdod prices for them If this is thecase dont stop at JBarnttt Brothers for they wont oharge youfauoy prices for Bat if you LIKE TO YALTJiS Then stop and look over their immense stock they have the largest stock of General They dont put np anything for leaders But Sell Everything For Look in and price Dont specially buy a suit of dlothea Boota or Shoes without pricing their because they can and will l Saye You Dollars Oh every item mentioned in the mercantile Yon are al welcomed to look their They are always only glad to show vou their goods and quote you prices SID BAIBD Finest and bottom Ihe beatgrades pi FLOUB kept oonsianHy oii We respectfallyBolicit your CIGARS HEADQTJARTEES FOR OftUtincteat CURTIS First door north of Postoffice Also firstclass accommodations at the Curtis Near   

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