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Cuba Daylight (Newspaper) - January 6, 1916, Cuba, Kansas REPUBLIC 1916 NO 30 LIFE ENDED Itaess of Hortpn Was By Rock Island En gine Sunday Night the saddest deaths in our city in many Sunday son of M and acob Schulthess of was struck by the engine ckIsland train thrown about twenty His about 45 minutes la mi thess had been visiting MtjCall home and depot that evening to 19 train for his He tried by Misses Kuth iret The train minutes and Broached the ailthess and the Misses left the depot and started the deceased could board Att No one knows exactly accident He the distance he the or else the if and the first thing the the Sunday Epworth Lea gue at 7 MissNellie Engle And at 8 oclock in the the regular song and praise service by the Evening If you are a regular attend ant at another House of You are cordially invited to worship with come and Come on time and join in the ser Heavenly vice of Praise Our Sunday services for Sun day Jan are as follows 10 Sunday 11 Reading Preaching 1 Weneed your sympathies and you need Get with Francis is at the one had depot been that hit by the picked up in front of room door and carried Wesley Ham night depot immediately cal ledical which soon there was nothing could His Jaw and his right was He passed away at i ly wajs then taken to the iindertjaking and iner He arrived iree and ihere be ling that he could did an The body taken care of bv Otto 4 x t await tho arrival of who had been notified of Pat Lesher In a letter received here by RURAL ITEMS News From Surrounding Local our Associate Editors Agenda Items Dora Boal spent Sunday with Alerta Hulva spent Sunday with Anderson Leslie spent the Mann ing and Harry Flick re tired the farm and moved to town George Wharton and family and Robert Wharton of spent New Years day at the Riley Wharton Deatherage from Pat who was recently injured by a pitchfork falling on is getting In the letter Lesher says he was hauling kaffir corn and it was dry and slick and the hay rack turned over and he does not know whether the fork fell on or him on but three tines run into the fleshy part of his leg just above the One of the tines went in deep and it took quite a pu 1 to get it He is about but the chil dren arc having a siege of the Monday even ing the deceaseds Miss Frida Blair arrived from Tope Miss Sehujthess is em and made arrangements to to train leased was twentydne and was employed Island shops at Hor sVe he a position of iar builders While Og man jWas a stranger in every one who had the of meeting were of and that ho was and his untime in our city will long be and the sympathy Ire community is extend bereaved family in this Former Residents The wedding of and Mary Baird oG cursd at home of the parents in Wisconsin on December The newly jvedf ded couplQ will make their home in Timber where Smith holds a position of County and also Superin tendent of the schools in Timber Smith is well known having taught in the schools of this andhaving left here six years ago Thanks kke this means of extend heartfelt thanks to our iends for their assistance isickross and death of and and rch Notice ilatlQ y vy The many friends of Stanley Forney willbe pleased to learn that he was united in marriage to Miss Irma Wolf in on Tuesday December They will their home in where Forney is en in the sutoatorium Forney was formerly a dent of this city and was employed as at the Rock Island depot for a His many friends here wish him a long and happy Ivedded District and Jess Dorman took dinner with Earl Devore of Emporia spent the holidays here with his Ha worth and wife spent Sunday with Chappelis at Hacl r Ward came up from Vining Tuesday evening on busi Misses Delia and Hazel McCracken spent with Barids of Charles and John McCracken llicir vacation with their Hees of r Rose Martin and Ruby Northup spent the latter part os the week vyjth their grandiiiolher Miss Bernicc Cosand has been spending vacation with home folks to Courtland Sun day Walker of Ok lahoma Murdock of Texag returned to their homes Monday after holding a series of meetings at the friends Coles last Thursday for a few days School Maggie Wood house has not yet returned from her visit in Miss Ruth McCail was out school the first part Oj the weekvj The next examination wil be held Friday 6th and The nexfr meeting of the Rep ublic County Teachers Association will be held in Munden Saturday January Miss Bcttie Wiruth is teachfng this week in the place of Miss Lewis who is sick at her home in We are at least one month ahead of where we should be in each subject in the Hjgh This givesus plenty of time for review and supplementary e v Teachers Association January First Music Munden Schools Personal Attitude of the Tea School Report Of Silverthorne School No 34 for the month esding Dec enrolled boys enrolled girls Total daily attendance boys A daily attendance girls Total Cases of tardiness abent nor 13 8 21 12 20 2 tardy Willie and Lottie Blazek Hilary Skocny Mel v in and Freda Tiilmore Anna and Trecek Ernest Havel Charley Novak District Ben Lahodiiy corn last Barton Iws been ill for some Lahodny lost two young heifers last Little Marie Brown is n the this Arthur Brown and Klima shelled corn Arthur Brown lias been on the sick list the past few Quite a few attended the tele phone meeting at Cuba Monday afternoon from these Quite a few from around here attended John Saips funeral of near Munden last Edwapd Krou lik and Johnson called at Frank Hromatkus Monday even Frank Marsicek and arrived home Friday evening after a few days visit in Dan Smithwho has been visiting in these parts left for Wy Monday for a with cher toward the Teaching Profess ion Miss 9 and Miss Wolfe Suggestions for Teaching His tory George Dist Question Second Sossion Music Munden Schools r Practical Agriculture Mi Etta L An Efficiency Test for the Teacher County Superintendent Lulu Jewell Schools Interpretation of Stories Dem onstration Miss Mnble Shavei Lessons on Choosing Life Miss Elsie The Individual and the Group the Music MUnclen Schools My Obligation to My School1 Board of Miss Inez Rich 35 Results of Visitation in School Miss Bessie Roll Call Superintendents Mary Edna Mrs Hnmrnon and two diu7h Had a Nice The Embroidery Club which met witli George Traver last Friday was well attended in spite of the inclemency of the Eighteen members were present gnd all enjoyed the afternoon very The next meeting will be held on this Fridziy afternoon with Restaurant Changes After spending 10 years behind the counter dishing up eats for Ivis many Lewis Hos tinsky decided to quit the restaur ant business and on Friday morn ing sold his place of business to Ludwick Hostinsky retains the Wiruth is not a new hand at the business having formerly owned the restr urant just north of MET JTONDAY Stockholders of Cuba Telephone Company Elected Directors Monday Afternoon The annual meeting of the stock holders of the Cuba Telephone the ba era House on Ivionday of this There was a good attend once and after regular routine of the came the election of three directors for three and also the election of one director to fill the vacancy caused by the The following persons e lected directors for the next three years Emil Fred MaK tin and Luther Joe Fil inger was elected to theunex pired term of Kohodt for one The transaction of most impor tance before the meeting was the raising of the The matter was but no defi nate action was taken owing to the fact that there not enough present to vote on Another meeting held January time the matter will be The directors will hold their meeting on January There being no further business to the the meeting so adjourned until the set for the special meeting oft January oft at which taken up Open Piano Disbrow has rented the building formerly occupied by the Fairmont just north of the post and will make pictho re finish ind repair He will con duct a regular piano Disbrow has had several of practical experience in thiskind of having previously been in a large and ind is capable of doing the work A Royal Gentleman It is not often that the theater ofthis vicinity have lie opportunity to as good as clean a bill as was present n at the Cuba Opejra House on night of last by the Guy Oaufman The ompany had an open date and he advarce man made arrange nents for the show to come to his although they do not as a rule stop in this small a There were six members in the cast nnd every one wf them was an The pUy itself is a good and contains a mora which is very instructive to the The house was crowded by any means owing to the fact thaf it rained narly all that day and but the attendance wafj go 1 considering The company went from here to Man where they showed the next Singletttn and Caudd eft Wednesday morning for Ex celsior where thd former will take treftiment for1 He will endeavor to serve some He will bo his cijstomors in a way1 that they duties at it
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