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Cuba Pilot (Newspaper) - June 24, 1887, Cuba, Kansas THE Issued every t KdHor Xcatly iwlPrw af the 0 PEE YJUF THIS OS HAS THE TRAVELIX AivU A GKNEHALfioTELBUSINESS TABLES THE THE MARKET SAMPLE ROQVL AND BEST OP JULY a o n FK ITF F F r FF F r F A best and ileuHng iuoj can prepare themselves for grand an el bist1 styles of Em i 11 every The1 Freshest jind HHM u of from which to select for your dirmiT t and help us Cel n THE MARK fit1 IS NOT TOO GOO D FO R R K YANKKii We knov Give yon yjmr It Ko MEAL IK ANULODUING A PiAAnD CLASST VAMr4V3fD A contains B 1 Smoking and PROMPTNESS AMD CARE I DELIVER leave this station as follows Going Passenger jy M I PM itTcight I Freight Entered at the postolficc at as second class MARKET i Chickens 4 5 This is the PILOTHlontyoh Did you hear Win Rpcd is quite Koclc pretty Dalo is reported to be in del Chase is expected to preach Sundaycyenjngj j Cuba is a1 musical burg and dont you forget it we is remodeling the iutcjrior of his Tobey Brothers arc about to make an increase in the laud trade Beyaier of the nursery was tliis Tho PILOT office is besieged with 4tli of JulyandRock Island quits sick thefore pare of the Pitts complaint is catarral erysipelas eruption on one of A Bakcr will preach urduy ut the MHscamen of Omaha was in town and called on us1 this and we gave him an order for supplies Tobcy left for Kansas Cify on Monday and map not re turartillhc has crn r Ropirt has it that tenmiles of the Rock from Cuba has been let on acontract to grade and the camps Miss Ida HqwauV pf Ncbrasfca been visiting with her crit teaclier for short Mock Turtle returned to visit friends apd relatives the fore part ofthe The is said to be on a sheep ranch in Ne i I TVe published a joT mammoth posters this Lwe commendLtatiieiscrutiny of who tohelp somebpdycelebraicv Cuba will get The Rock Island is purchasing two hundred feet strip on farm of and adjoining and owned by rats thats all we know about who lives five miles south east of town has traded the Streator on the east partof town to Sherman for the White 80 acrefarm two oiiles Asa White traded Jus farm south of town tp forcity and now in town 4Vhite is a steady and in and deserves pros t RockIsland right of way has been of Between Cuba and and we has beeu success ful iu completing the busjness to tljis This marvelous exhibition was here last Tuesday and many of of thib wonderful piece of canvaaseotu ed went from here to The is then Republic City or they exhibit V aud will celebrate the glorious Gruhn is the T ro and the well old time Actor anii clown Pied C Har as business thaunger descriptive Adams is vciy Mitis hy o n eo f 11 er ai d o jt tieberg one day liasBeen sick this Gentile folks did our of July Walker dropped in picked up to John has the same faciiiation ovcrr me slic has ovJDrall have to There women whoni be tj ever love againi the gray and nulaucholy main is to the sailor the desert io the Bedouin and the Alps to the so Is Kiln as to her No one ever any enthusiasm about Wisconsin In diana The idea is pre It is are great prosperous but their inhabitants can remove aud never desire to They may hunger for the and make new homes without the maludic du pays gcfnuine Kansancau emigVatc He may he may he may He may go but no other state can cvtr claim him as Once alized the cuiu uover be Come a rushing the Door ing are the enrolled 35 Average attendance of Honor Joic jRosio Frank Georgio those who showed in ferior scholarship iu the monthly Class Lyle Anna Class Ork GeUrge Class Joey GUAMMKII Average attendance of Roy Eddie Stella Emery Slop May Clark Names of those who showed in rQlassAv l Til lie May Class Nettie Willie of honorconsists of the names of those whoiiayo been tardy nor absent during the SCHOOL iof J the month in Average vnrollment Average daily attendance Names pupils present during the entire 38 29 22J Minnie Afliert T Pupils perfect in j Estelia May Bertha Ger trude Addie Jesse people witnessed tba Jay Fred Joh Baird Delia Annie Mary Annie litta Number Edited by ANHEMNE DEVOTED TOWOM AM AND TIIE TEMPERANCE CAUSH pjivcp full slati liukuc in the The tho for The common people of Kansas for out stride even the Delect men of the cultrretf old old hay stater in the onward march tohigGer civilivaUon nTid tents are even pitched in the vaA of The next moetiffg of tlie will be held in the church 1 luirs day afternoon July As iiiwgs but pnee in will not be many before the should pay their soxiaunual dues thct our treasurer may be able to forward our state due before the 1 books are closed for the Reply To EDITOJ Iti youv last issue publish a itioa irom Arbutlmot of Fanningtou in which lift offers some suggestions to citizens of Riciiand township in the m aiding the Rock Island Arbuthuot a position thiit 1 deem not only tenablu but absolute ly jubt I desiru to surit ufurlher suggestion in the line even if admitted though we duny that the I and B i M will pay as much tax as the whole remainder of the township up to the of of bonds the factstill remainswhen that the pay tho ttyces levied against the railroad just the It certainly cannet be shown by any mathematical deduction not even by school of road luminaries themselves that person into the county treasury direct and 31 to the railroad Stccbc has any greater sum left than would from the stance of having paid S2 directly into the In refutation of acl vanced by it is 1 plain thatevery business iiujustry in this sectioii that a a pr or suppcnt us reeomppse for facilitating exchanges between producer api consumer is paid by the and it is not therefor material to the by what agency the moneyreaches the treasurysb tong its he is polled to fmrnish Mr Arbuthnot does not seek to show that a fund raised be largelybenhted in orderto ize the tho those more remotely benefited is of itself his objection wholly on the fact that by tho sub scription method the railroads will escape a slightrbtvrden amounting at in same line of reasoning would tho people of tbidtownship in granting of Rock Island and thus iclieve the railroad jaf just si the people of this township to take alarm at the leak of the sipgot while theyignore the flow from But as Arbuthnot Aosa not openly raise the question of priuciple orpuWic policy in I do notcare suffice to say that the recent election tllis county clealy depionstratcs that the farmers under stand whashakos the and ffiofruitTaridthatrfigures wre faliy prepAred byjrailroad magnates San not be uaod with this it is tbe end that presumably interest Arbuthifot as outsider perhaps he will the so Ijngy as the tsx pi this terposo no J June Cuba celebrate this year and wishes it disftuctlv under our extras tins syj i Tlirce Whenj ou a o I dooiyafd dont colilo up a ratj ile lo arid get a Try Shinies RohLfcR PATKNL of iAils pur Yes thatis yon vvili tin at free f rjiii o U Excliangi ovm itnekod nui give1 is i to got jonr aiid Candies for tho jJ the lifnuiKii simp jif ibr fJijico ul A Carload of iar StuiT hr sTtii 10 be i T twin si uc boUuiii i IIIM OM That Wall uper at nentcrri J3 you r w a t foot wide at Aj AVhiitluithtriiro theul before GHdden AVire uiig Ar If ii AJs and see the Mevurmiek all Millet Arbuth 3 Wf PT i Listlilg Harrows that sviH ejeaii listed corn at 1 Give me i list anij of ur town ym wish to cr vrndo JLyl it t wo i Ior in sing of jjl 10 t Wiioiu it lauy Xulice is horlij givjsvi vhai the ou the 4h of May pctirum the Pnibete oi Republic Cmin tv laws of the svato of nui Petition bo heard ou tiay cf at inthoolHcR ot the Probate oi at KasisaH This oi Mnj Fiaak Sitysueky To the My fine Ilorae anil Jack ivill ndijfor service seasnii K will he to your interest to those and gel iiiy way down prices before selecting a horse to breed Thanking my patrons and fri cn d s for th e i r HI e patron I respectfully solicit a contiu On Parsoual and Chattul Real Estftte iuterosl this Muti ey paidQvpr Jail umi gflt our OUBA STATE O Ho rebound Hot a New Discovery t stateH bflttti Uniiivn to jihyKiciniis n tl all 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