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   Cuba Pilot (Newspaper) - July 15, 1887, Cuba, Kansas                                THE CUBA Issued at Kan Editor arid McAFEE Job Neatly find Promptly a tliS PILOT PER YEAR IN AND SATISFACTION ORDERS MAY BE LEFT AT THE PILOT HOTJSE BORDING BY TOE MEAL OR AN D LODGING A BOARD FIRST CHAWES TRY A BITE o WITH PROMPTNESS AND CARE I DELIVER 1ALL HANDS HAS BEEN NEWLY FOilNiSHED FOR THE ACCOMMODATION OF THE TRAVELING POBLIO AND A GENERALHOTEL TABLES FURNISHED WITH THE BEST THE MARKET FOR COMMERCIAL AND BEST OF ATTEN TION GIVEN TO TRANSIENT IN THE MARKET IS NfOT GOOD FOR OUR Gall in at the YANKEE MEAT MARKET we know We can please and Give you your moneys u KANSAS STJBSOKIBE for tMe This contains v and Fancy of affMndsr as Smoking and Chewing Pont fail to call and see us FAMOUS EXCHA1M JOE WISHES TO SAY THAT HE HAS JUST RECEIVE07WOTPENED OUT ONE OF THE tOMPLETE AND BEST STOCK OF YQU1WAND BOYS FINE THE MY BOOTS AND FINE SHOES ARE W TO Bf EXGELLED oursielC Come and examine our goods are not here to make money but1 Just ior I Trains leave this station as follows Coins Passenger A H I Passenger Freight A M Freight 935 pi Entered at the postoffice at as class mail MARKET CbrnyT 21 LOCAL Tuesday was somewhat cloudy thermometer A slight though more gener al rain Tuesday On Monday onr thermometer nn tlifi fnnn d off JackCasper has boon nursing Rheumatic pains time On Monday the thermometer scored 100 in the coolest part of our Dn Loggan has hung out a bran now shingle on tho door post of Goeller Bros Drug Charlie Curry lost a valuable team by lightning Monday No rn Local rain Monday afternoon and with lightning and Theother last one we have seen came in last Farnrefs seem think well Tis a for Clyde the name LeGompte a a candidate for ily endorse believing in his hon and moral Our wide awake and fsntcr ishipped eggs this As one enter prise of this is s Council uict on Tuesday evening for and will meet demand until they get in good running Another son is unto us This time it is James two miles east of All we need more It is marshal Miller off mulemay pointlout and whereabouts witji his left ear and his grayhpund may overtake tlilinlr the Lumber Slerchauts for Cuba for and all farmers and others who so kindly aided witb wag ons and material in tliu street parade on the To most the bare sug gestion of a dose of castor OIL is When is nec cssary for the LittLo use Aycrs Cathartic are safe anil pLeasant to Try The western part of theconn are crying their thanks but to dafe in the eastern of the county are desiring the heedful shower Wersent three orders for PILOT got two of them caine in be fore 6 P They up in Jesso and ArcLio were tHe by tlie use of Ayere against thedisr Bases pecuLiar to hot This medapjbe of the and causing tluin to thn ajcumu Lation of the poisons which praduce Walkers a chbii to James but smoked all his leaves us out in the fine Its a ine boy all it ten derly nursing ofthe erysipelas iotj several days past lie is lloo plucky notwithstanding tlte jtistifica tion in so nor does his affliction prevent liimfr per petrating a joke opportu nity Joseph living four miles east of the was imforfnnate enough to by his live sLockis insured the Ins who have since simslactorily settled with through agent at fins of tlie iirm of Preble it returned last week from a visit with friends and relatives in Xcbras On Sunday evening he lis tened a discourse by Ekler whose efforts he speaks in terms of commend liiS friends rehutivcs are all Believers iif and churxdi which Foiscut In our report of tlie Fourth we iiiiled to Lockliart hayLiC entire charge of the street was enti tled to great credit for the exe cution of and we arc cognizant whilemost of us were resting and make pari the success it trust this notice offset any seem ing neglect on our Certain complaints have been put frcfirculmioirtiT tire effiiet tlttttMiv Camp on the is in an unhealthy and that water bad and also that typhoid several other citizens we the camp enijuireing into its sanitary examined the water and camp locution and were constrained pronounce them all trary character will be received abroad without allowance un less confirmed by reasonable Tho following nnmod persons are leading farmers iii Washington and Republic and each party having purchased a Decringall iiihdei of Preble of this express themselves as highly pleiisoil with their ZachurJah Marly Peter Oi Bow Mc Thomas Lang Wilkins Reed John ALbert John TyLer YVadsworth A ELLsworth Son ALLon Johnson Young Hy Pat these s arc aLL of one new business firm in speaks for the the Ma chines and the PILOT as an advertis ing There was a little breeze excitement last Monday everi and our foreman were enjoying tlie on they were slln suddenly surprised and the half told yam indent ately postponed by an electric explosion iii clcr ser proximity than was desire Beymer rolled off his our foreman dropped got mixed up in Beymers di ered to be examining 1113 oSvn cranial organization to sea whether it was in tact or few moments eCOir omisediv collecting scattered and the council ad journed sine Beyrner to his head Boyles to the se curity wf an inner and souglit the consoia morn ing soughtthe physi1 cianis and caine ouLoi the kinks all right we lost sight of Boyles but our foreman worried through the day the is all Fact and no Across the way Baker and family also had an When the explosion occurred Will thought7that he had been slapped in the face and felt the effect ii his entire left side his wife and stepdaughter were ah so similarly is probable that the amount of iroii composing the switches and cars had some thing to do with the eollcction of the subtle and being exploded by the lightning caused tlie unpleasant FAEMDfGTON We notice that the Clipper of Tladdaiu has two columns about the celebration at Well we suppose it needed bragging at blew its own and was tjhe best we know esper dally the parade arid jji u ii YrAloU VUll a j that he labored many gate dottt house on July 30th and The meeting will be pro Jane way preaches every two weeks at tlie Stone school House at four July 24th is her next Allens appoint uients at Eureka are as follows July I7thy 14thyj verytwtrweeks at 1Q oclock Lena and Lola Moody are at Clyde j Teeter and Jack Henderson are at work on the railroad this week andfor some Mrs Evans went toIowh July aicky time to attend the is at her is Eureka Jotter got away us Itake tHa July llth April 4th dent Elect Bales Dear Sir and I write by request to say your acceptance and conduct of this prom isiug enterprise will cheer the hearts the patrons of this Brunhaifgh and myself well remember and success with Michigan Leoni and we believe your large experience assureslarge You will find here a whole band of men who will to coop erate and aid in all efforts to mate this a grand success Your early and favorable response gratify your old well H7N7 TQ whlfih Baker replies tj Sly Dear Sir Your favor awakuus pleas ant rehiiulccrijes of oldLeoni what changes through the buf Aluunii hare jjone to a more left Led ni out ia the This call of tile trustees of the new Uni versity has been under and in must decline the honor and the wotkof so great an en est possible I whooping sofa nheaf and herikorrhages its effects ate Sur prising and Every bottle Bucklens Arnica Salye THE BEST SALVE in the world fpf 8aH Fever Tfittei Chapped Skin and positively cures no pay It IE anteed to give perfect The eleventh annaal Institute of Kepublic County will convene at on August 1887 m and close at noon September On the Kansas Law rence Nebraska Railway company was organized in Lawrencei On the the board of directors met in and Howard was elected president of the Stocks Kansas City wiirbe thfe Eeasterh terminus of this from this city will pass counties in Jef Repub lic and to the Nebraska state and thence to Column Edited by ANGELINE DEVOTED TO WOMAN AND THE TEMPERANCE We war not with human kind But agstost the Demon Alcohol The Cuba will hold its regular meeting every alternate Thursday at July air annual convention of this district of U will be held in Clyde early in September and thestate convetion in in The CubaUnion will entitled to two dele gates in each meeting The Continued Story omitted his week on accoan of Legal Three Cents a WJien Jyou want a or Try Shimeks ROLLER PATENT flour at per Brands of Crackers at 6jcts per at JFanjous S9 quality at lOc jer can at Famous 39 Yes that is the way you will find Salt hy HIP at Famous and tree from 39 otoistocked on andflue your want Hats and Cigars give us a is the place to aet yonr CandieS for the ThatWall Ifcmer at penters is See Give me a liet and piioes of land or town propertyyon wisblo sell cr My commisfliori is two and onehalf per caah in clutlng of all 10 t Jtteal Estate Cigars and 39 Dr Car Lano1 Arbufihnot has the best Mower Apple Cider for sale at Lang Silver knives and forts at Lang Flying Dutchman pltms a Lang Arbuthnotsi Lang Arbuthnot guaran tees the Dutchman to give sat TO LOAN Ou Parsonal and Chattel Real Estate Loans Negotiated with iuteraBt payable at this Mon ey paid over when papers are our 1 A Btngle botile of Ballai hound Syrap kept for IrnmediateTjfle a large and per hips hy thd of S or 4 latea For curing Consumption its Hnoeess ordinary eoughty sore juuupj r For aale by Croellef Bros In hundreds of suffer from boils aud other ernptive These evidence hat the system is trying to purge its self of and that it needs the powerful aid which is afforded by house of Ayers Sarsaparilla Statement of the condition of the Cuba State Bank of Kansas at close ot business June 1887 Resources Real estate Cash and Sight exchange Liabilities Capital paid Undivided Bills 00 State of Kansas Tobey cashier of the above named Bank do hereby lyswear that the above ij a true and correct statement to the best of niy and Subscribed and sworn to before me this day of July Commission Expires July Oor attest IT VV and offer to Farm Make you a in crease or Eenew your Old MONEY WHEN YOU SIGN OUR I loan direct frpm or and do not do business Abstract and pens Tho Interest is payablfr A me I ALSO REPRESENT OF THE VERY BEST i PANIES IN THE AND WRITE POLICIES ON AND SCHOOL HOUSE LOWEST LIGHT NING AND and and all OUBAv 1   

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