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Cuba Pilot (Newspaper) - July 22, 1887, Cuba, Kansas HECUBA issued every Friday at Ih Editor and fe job fceatly and Promptly at the PILOT JULY PER YEAR IN IT HAS BEEN DECIDED BY JUDGE AND JURY and Senfiraiei tig all the highei TIME Trains leave this station as Going Passenger 8 n A M 1 Pa sehger 630 p M Freight 9 to A M Freight 935PM HBLEK MOST ACCOMMODATING AND KEEP ND GROCERIES WEST OF THE MISS OUR OTHER REMEMBER THE PLACE ONE DOOR NORTH ADAHS HOUSE Entered at the postofflce at Cuba second class mail AND at 7 Helen wife aged teen lv HelenMarionSmith I tinrn ft Column belonged to the beat families of J LOCAL WITH PROMPTNESS I DEMVER ALL a girl if it its anniversary will occur on July hereafter Oh give us a but dont forget to cut down the weedson your and vote solid f6r bonds next Tues 1 a and belonged to we should kick THIS HOUSE HAS RECENTLY OHANGEI BEEN NEWLY FURNISHED FORTTHE ACCOMMODATION OF HE TRAVELING A GENERAL HOTEL TABLES FURNISHED WITH THE BEST THE MARKET SAMPLE ROOM FOR COMMERCIAL AND BEST OF ATTEST TION GIVEN TO TRANSIENT against such ornamental fly screens has placed in front of the Baker having been to aid a Brother at a terly meeting on the and 24th will ihorefore be here un next regular p Colt telegraph operator at this place for sotng months past has gone as night ope rator in the sSme office with Frank HosnesB of Iowa Cqtts place the of July Her i She grew to working in the factorgr nntil the age when Vhp went with her parents to the Jay in she married three years later they to Pike and sooti Kalb wherd they KvSd nntil Moved thence to and taence in 1870 to her late hpme in Heie they and iheir childrenhave lived and have built up a home for Thetrials and hard work of those Heigliboaf having been through the Ten children have boon born to ihis three of whom Edited by ANGELINE DJBVOTED TO WOMAN AND THE TEMPERANCE iflife wttr not jHth humaix kind bujLagsjnst the Demon The Cuba hold regular meeting every alternate at this district of TU Wllbe held in Clyde early in September and the state convention in in Optober The be entitled to two dele in each Kicks ASorj of Decoration Day TIAt Captiari Armstrong had been oixe of the youngest soldiers of the Union Hereceived his commission for bravery in in which many officers just before the close On came the children completely fillingthe sideWalk between Nick and his desired Temperance Ring 2b 6fi Before ids too A who are disposed lo Consumption or who suffer from any affectionti the of find a pobitive BallaidVHorehound No medicine can show such a record OI worderlul Thousands of once helpless sufferers now giatefnlly proclaim their to thin incomparable No Cough can withstand its 6 Freesampes bottles at Tliree Cents a Wh for his theme Is there a The audience met in the open air after the goingdown of the and ed attentively seeming to enjoy the service Next Suhday evening the experiment is to be repeated at the of the sub The theine will Shall thesego into ing punishment IN T HE MARKET IS NOT TOOGOOD FOR OUR tv5 YANKEE MEAT MARKET we know we can please and Give you moneys Of the three daughters are arid three and one daughter at home from which the central has gone Still was B healthy woman until the spring of she began spitting blood and failing She continu ed to and during the past wla ter was expected to die for a long None can know what she suffered but her suffering only made He was still a FOJi LAND OfiiCf AT July Notice istiereby given that the settler has filed nolice of his lo make proof in support ol his an that said or wilt be matte before the Probate Judge of Republic at Kansas on 16 1887 rirrSamuel No 762 bribe N M N EJjf Section Town 3 South Kangc i a He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence and cultivation said viz Mohlon ol Kepublic of Republic Aanin of Republic Republic you want a or life of any company and popularamong his It had been whispered that Armstrong Jsras tie trap but go to Kasl get a od renters is See a list and you wish to sell ur J i S 1J to the fact that some is two aQd one drinking too and that 1 10 t f liquor was likelyto be his He was northe officer of the day percent cagh in closihg of all sales Heal Estate Glass Fruit cans at neState Insurance Des Moines to insinuate that State In surance of Des I herewith submit two Laiig Baird is tejoicirig over a I Der mpre loving and Igeatle lo all muringthesprltfg she gained won and it seemed almost a mir over it that he eat up to two nights in see any needof him getting excised NORTON KANSAS SUBSOEIBB fbr AAEON over it is not by any published last week the little fellow was crowded out and gut left but he is here now acle to see herat meetings and in our homes once Her family that honor belonging to Gaptian ten years his seuicny Oaptian Loder did not halt his men directly front of the ban quet andalthough the lutions his were supposed tobe in honor of the hoped she might be spared to them many A week ladies who were to entertain they served very well as a houae before her ofthe On July 11 Bodily health and vigor may be as in the winter if he blood is purified and with Ayers Every person who has used this remedy has been greatly it this she called her husband who found her Ugeding at themoutfa delicate compliment Itb minded who sub Nick watched his opportiini yj and the instant the order was the 14th The little one had ed very indifferent health since its occurred some two months ago during child and Thursday night she had another Saturday morning she was up and when anoth er came about 8 and from this lime rapidly till her the next She was conscious fdr pome time before the All her children were pres ent except her Whojives in the western part of Canned Crack and fectipnaries Jestitufe of bind households and reflection of the scattered hopes of what he oncff accepted as a lifelong Died in Sons camp of typhoid John rarley of thel with and Ghewing J5oirtfail tb Ml and see 26th year of his Farley had been but a few days In the West when the influence of intense change of climate and added to the fever which had taken hold on his system before reaching this He had just entered a career of usefulness and activity which pfomiseTtb Jlace Mm in a among was honored by his employer to posi tion of honor and the She rested on the Sahhath The funeral sermon preached by Aliens in the groveloear the 10 Mondayi singing ICLere The pastor read the 90th One Sweet Solemn Thought and of Well Done were The lilke hands I commend my The nermon was able and closing with singing Asleep in A laige procession ed the remains to Farmington ceme amidst the grief ot as sembled Earth to earthr ashes to the last sad rite was Still made peace eight or nine years Bgot and joined the Jaith grew like a plump offeringthe hospitalities The sun had shone out with fervor march had been a warm Most of men were ready enough to go in for a Captain Lpderwas even though he stopped to banter Janet ArmBtrongs sweet face Mowers are going off fast if youlwant OTIC before they are all come arid see give jpu any kind ot terms you at a lowrate of We also have the best Hay Bake at prices that be competed Treble Ingham Baird have been already largo stock of undeiy takers Bpting all of which they propose to sell at rpf ice slthatlief yc from have to know whereof they and I solicit a repd inoof the same insiyring public J The is snmciently well known in KaiiBas to receive from yearly iii premiums I represenl this Company in both the farnr and Mar State Insurance Co 1 Des 1 acknowledging recqipt of your for proportion of loss by fiire on best Mower the affords 1 Anyldndof Coffee package at go to1 Apple Oider for sale at Lang occurrcd on the fifth Wo are very mucli pleased with the af the lands ef the adjusters in adjusting our anl dssire to promptness with paid its t we a good word for tho put uT down fur as large a policy in the1 State on ohiStock as you wish W Very freely as a reward for faithfulnets in integrity of purpose and honesty in business by his fellow workmen for his generous and humane traits of A stran ittonge rat the and she weflt rejoioing to her Wo dealli tor many years has so touched the com The vacancy can never be tion of her He long ed to say but how the invitation of the man fifty dollars othelmoment and they would have gone after a floekof a But what that coming down the sidewalk in the dis tance The breeze was against but the sound of the sing jng and the stardy tramping on the boaid walk began to Ye boyssaid Arhi here Eemember Shimek is cheapest Tobacco man in he setts 1 Silver forts Lang Just received at Joe Shiineks April 87 e believe the State of Des to per invoice of the best oOcenM per epecia and in order to iutro itfhewill sell forSL r Flying Dutchman plows a Lang Arbuthnot7 guafan fees the Dutchman to give sat of tins and know them M be in every way honorable gcnUcmeS Of excellent busmes capacity The election will Committees Of tne finances for the celebration fourth of at Amount 1 Amount received on AMOUNT heli1 MOUSE PAINTING his dying pillow save those won by his own manly de The funeral services were Qlled until we meet around the They all stopped to and erfbugh about a hundred little children step ping rapidly to their marching little girls in myrtle Martiil FireWorks Uowcry eakefs d Chattel Mon solemn and and though jimia and Julia Clark of iuflamation Sunday at 8 in her fif teenth daughter of Ben SAGGING CUBA KAVBAB all the fondiemembrances that cluster around thTfSmily alter were far away Jie went not unwept and tenderly gared for to his last resting attended a goodly of sympathizing who reverently bowed with the writer over the open grave in tfre Tissad when we reflect on the un certainty of is a heart less neither blooming wreaths and white dresses half a dozen Loyal Legion banners flying boys andgipls allsing I ing like a of my Allison kept step at the ea sae interest payable at this ey paid over when papers are Gall and Ret our CUBA STATE Other Bolamceonband Fite Worit LeftOxer Treasurer OR LODGE TOU BY T0E WEEK MOST REASONABLE j signing ashes to dust to bleeding hearts so far The ser were condirctedby Elder D for his Victims and are natt al subjects of his It is only question of care and clrcum BtonceH whuir our time ohall liiarking sharp n her lovclT FRANK Cffi Houses suid lots left be attended to With fefs Whether swampy or Notice Is named settler make final Hid pfouf He itinnvs y E it rwltli the fon of whitehaired veperamis fraught with change and Prince or beggar j theB urprise she W sprung up gases ol cityBiwersrinalaaal ppuoaa are the Ayers fex is wterantad spoetfiR lately gave up a half notion of lf feave boon abfa ning
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