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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 15 October 1885

-"? s-v? EWVLShHJ ,jrtyPlBBW4;,.ETf Mr" -i.WS. "-t- " -. "V . . "TW.:." -J'. J "J V -C- ."-sS TT Vl '. -'-.- -bcli. V-.JWKS3,JC -r V '.V V - k-""l. fss y t 3 hi 1 ' Ml' Iii! In 111 i1' .4 Only 22 Miles to Cleveland. , LU1CBS&, $19 TO $22. O-ABOHKT -A.3iTr) ROCK SHlHSTGr COAL, $6. Sc $7 Corn, 40 cents. Flour, $3. to $3.20. Ellsworth flour, Horse Shoe, and flour of Plains. jsrviEZEtryr tkhjtg- kept tost stock:- Come and See Us &Save Money. LC1A.FISBEB. .L. A. HANCHETT, Manager. ' THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. Thursday, Octobkk. Sth, 1885. Vote for Judge Nov. 3d. Indian summer. A little late this week. Jewelry nt the drug store. Clocks at Smith & Walker's, Magazines at the drug store. The school house loometh up. Funny papers at the drug store. (jo to I. 11. Builers' for hardware. Fresh canned goods at Donelan's. M. Donelan has received a new safe. Got your reading matter at the drug iorc . ' Don't fcget the show Saturday ,:ght. Ileular trains now run into Oberlin. Considerable re...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 15 October 1885

&"'?'&&irx?e fT- f$p k '?' W&V&MiM ;r4rw !-S - t&W0t?ii r &.'? 'ife-S, W. . . , ,,, Mr twx t .. ,,ii.t..a..i.mi , ljsv s-z.4& jtif m - UME KILN CLUB.-' The Evil Effect of Theories Upon Erery Day Affairs Practically Illustrated by Urother Gardner. "Am Kurncl Paradox Johnson in de tiall dis eavenin'?" blandly inquired Brother Gardner, as the regular weekly meeting opened on the forty-seventh degree, in due and regular shape. The "Kurnel'' arose. He was there. Some time ago he invented the theory that Canada thistles could be cultivated to bear mustard plasters, and his .countenance now betrayed the facttbat he expected to be patted on the back .and ordered to take the stool of honor, binder the Bear Traps. "Kurnel Johnson will pleasa step dis "wa-," continued the President, and the Kurnel advanced to the front, bestow ing a look of three-ply contempt on Hon. Erastus Furlong, as he passed iiim.. ' "Bruddcr Johnson.1 said the Presi dent, as the victim ato...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 15 October 1885

5tSrl?!sO t-Tc : rv j?r3s-- atr-ST ---. yy-ffFfWfm :" Fi?:Svsy'3-- ijsii 3i35IS35??3r?jc5i r' - V J TDBKEY'S tfATE. "Expulsion From Europe Appears To Bo Inevitable. The r Situation DtSod-Qa'ila AcMroiy Backing Bulgaria and the Other row ers Passive, For the Present at Least Possibilities. Loxrox, October 4. Diplomatic opin ion at this capital is unanimous that Turkey must yield. If the Sultan gives vtay without flhtins he will prove him self a wiser man than the caliph of 1877, who waged a bloody war and lost all the defensive barriers of the Turkish Em pire in Europe for his wins. Another campaign wuld be tolerably safe to leave the Porte without an inch of terri tory north of the Bosphorus. The situ ation is thus defined by a membur of the Government who was actively cngased in the military operations undertaken by England at the close of the Kusso-Turk-ish war: "It is absolutely certain," he said, "that Russia is directing this movement. Her soldiers, nicknamed volunteers, arecro...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 15 October 1885

mmwmWwf ,1.S m i-' r: . . '3-.?r J W J ;,Ail-Jv.yJs .. J," )L .' " . ." fat-aajjagfifcva V mmwm THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. Notice for Publication No 3754 Land Office at Oberlin, Kans. . Oct 6, 18P.5. -Votice is hereby jriven that the following ninicd settler has flled notice of his intension To make final proof in support of his claim a-id that paid proof will be made before Res fr and Receiver at Oberlin, Kans., on Nov SS v: LouisaJTeft D. S. No. 2184 for t ip nw or sec 5, town 7 s, range A w. E 11am w havinir H E No. 6185 on same land is notifl ri that unless he appears at the samo timo i h E will be cancelled He names the following witnesses to prove nh5 continuous residence upon and cultlva o" said land, viz; Walter Devoe, Win Swihart, Fnk S,Kobt. Lincoln, all of Colby. Kan. ranK utaa' A. L. PATCHIN, Rcjrister. II E Weld 32-37ola Notice For Publication No 3755 Land Office at Oberlin, Kans. Oct 6. 1885. ' Votico is hereby given that the following rvniHl .-ettler has tiled notice of h...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 22 October 1885

t .. ? x - V vaTrt jfV-SPy M&& -V TfS?- T - tem 1 Thomas Cat rf" 1 VOL. I. NO. . COLBY, THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, iSS. 33' $1.50 PER YEAR. a,?t COUNTy e - ft t a &" & i JVS. I- IP Kl- ft Vf l ia i-3 l BSr- m& & CHUHCH DIItECTOItY Colby Union Sunduy Scnool meets every Sunday at 10 a. m. Preuchinjf at 11 a. m. Sinning at 7:30 i. m. Prwicbiufir nt 8 i m. erieefi held in Mr. Bean's Hall. All are Invited. "Whosoever will mavconu." E. A. CKOl'SE, Pa-tor. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. GEO. W. GOTDSOE. Attorney and Counselor atofe Tlpul'ERtnUs lioiijrht and Hold. Money lAuniM on chattel and real estate security. Okfice ovek Post Orna Ccl'oy, IKTa-nscis. W. (J. PORTER, Attorney at Law Notary Public Ji7All land biihincFS promptly and accurate ly done and natisiactionpuarantcd. II. E. WELD, Attorney & Counselor AT LAW. OrHOSITB THOMAS COCSTT BANK.' WiW ami Improved lands boupht and sold. In-urance -ecurel in the moPt reliable 'omimiiim. luxes jiaid for uon-...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 22 October 1885

lBSSMCTH!PHPHMSWP8BlBlHHiHBBiHHHHHIIHH 3 's? &mr: SIP:- - -45 - "- lift? ' W SS WiWfSl !A&V THOMAS COUNTY OAT. X. T. WOMCEttm CO., Publishers. COLBY. KANSAS UEWS OF THE WEEK. Gleaned by Telegraph end MaiL WASHINGTON XOTES. Surgeon General Hamilton said at "Washington on the 12th: "The danger of a cholera invasion of this country has passed for the present." The Supreme Court reconvened at Wash ington on the 12th. Advices received in "Washington from the Asiatic squadron say that in the latter part of August, on the Ossipee, lying off Hiago, a number of cases of cholera ap peared among the men, and the following died: Edwin Herbert, private of the marines, John McCourt, seaman, and H. P. Siebert, first sergeant marines. August 29; Alonzo H. Lane, ordinary seaman, August 31 ; Thomas Cassidy, ship corporal, September 3. A recfnt Washington special says there was a well supported rumor that Mr. Charles Codman, of Boston, has accepted the place of Civil Service Commissioner, vaca...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 22 October 1885

E7s?-tJvs- SMCi Cl iTt ! is W 'is' t &f pktt2f THOMAS COUNTY OAT. Z. P. WOXCESTSK ft CO., Punliahars. CTRY. KANSAS. SAILING. A sunlit bay The distance jp-ay Bodes stormy weather; Alishing-boat And we allout, Alofae together. A laugh so sweet, A foot so neat. And she discreetly So jrrave and shy r That by and by I'm lost completely. The lino -won't po ller head bent low, A golden glory; 'Her hand near mine, A touch divine The old, old story. Still worse the knot. The lincforxot " A happy lover! The sky grows red, And overhead The sea-birds hover. The sunlight fades To oj e's dun shades, The day is ended; Who heeds the hour When beauty's power With love is blended Long years have gone; AVe still s lil on Through life together; And side by side. Till death divide. All storms we'll weather. The shadows gray Oit cross tie way To lile immortal; Each grows more dear As we draw near The golden portal. .Sow Francbco yeica Letter. ON HIS TEACK. A phance Discovery Which Led to Important Re...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 22 October 1885

mzmm&m?? 1 -J i & tz TOE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. WORCESTER &' CASEY, Editors. Call for Mass Convention. The citizens of Thomas County are request ed to meet in Colby, atlp. in. shurp, Saturday, October 24th, to nominate candidates for the various county offices, to be ailed at the spe cial election on the 17th day of Not ember next. Signed dv CI Voters. ANNOUNCEMENTS. I iuiu candidate for the office of Register of Deeds of Thomas county. D. A. L. Thompsox I am a candidate for the office of Register of Deeds ol Thomas county subject to the decision ol the lugul oter& .it the November election. .I.W.IRWIN. We are authorized to announce the name of James N. Fiko for tho office or county clerk, .subject to the com out. on. William Mitchell ! a candidate for the office .of clerk of the dintnct court subject to the primaries. Plenio announce the name of Thomas Reed as a cuudidatu for rcpicentativc. 31 any Citizens. We are authorized to announce the name of M. DonelHii as a cand...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 22 October 1885

5f sssxb ss? ? .$&? a3 S . - 5?' .-;? ms . I f5 XJ II I nm BRKJ 1 1. ss rat fk kfl SSM" ' $. .. Ls 'j& "lr 'J 1 " t! Only 22 Miles to Cleveland. LUKES?-, LTJMS1R, $19 TO $22. OAZRBOlSr jA.lSriD ROOK SIPIRHSTG- OOAL, $S. Sc $7- Corn, 40 cents. Flour, $2. to $8.20. Ellsworth flour, Horse Shoe, and flour of Plains. EVEBT THinSTG- ZEPT -TIN" STOCK- Come and See Us &Save Money. L01&FISDEB VL. A. HANCHETT, Manager. THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. See the new furniture at Adams' Red Front store. Vote for Judge Nov. 3d. n Coal famine. Four lumber yards. Hotels "are crowded. Convention Saturday. Pleasant weather again. Carpenters are all busy. Saddles at X. D. Bean's. Jewelry at the diug store. Jiock-j Jit Smich & Walker's. ---Magazine at the diug store. Caught napping the notaries. Commissioners meet Saturday. Funny papers at the drug store. Go to I. 11. 33 idlers' for hardware. The ground is thoioughly soaked. 4i .-11med goods at Donelan's. ... . -p from "Wilson. .1 Adams'. ,Ul ...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 22 October 1885

(MSP r? &S T , .v.?;if3A It . t.- 't-if-CCti- ?r rM t . i - Tj"itP!" t. f-jh i , j- ffi-v.w,i .-k.'.- 'Bjrv-i r-vrr,i. i : )r -. v.v..;:.-5 . ,- -1 -X - '.s.U . i?f j - -w - - - .-,. i s-e 5S45Sir - -i, Jffvy EEIIGIOUS EEADING. RECOMPENSE. If I am sad and hcart-woary. My neighbor beside mo is say; If 1 feel tJie niplit dows full.ny. He fees the promise of day. hall I choo'-e to siumblo i darkless heu LtinEt is the l.fc'ht and the way? Jf the clouds lmn? a pull above mo. Somewhere is the jruitl sunshine; Jf I dnuk .V:irah s watots. Some soul drinks hfo a red wine. Shall 1 1 oison my neighbor's life draught Utciiube of the bitter in mine.' 3f I shudder in cold and darkness. Shall 1 envy ins sutiiitilnjs, Tlioiifru 1 iv.Uk in thorny deserts, And he n How cry way-.' If I wr.irtiie.innentijof mournlnff, I Shall 1 pluck on h.s lobe ot praise J 2Jay, God s'ttr-th in Heat en "Making the baltmcc jf-od. JVi.d unto the least of tlio creatures He jrivcth its da 1 food. .And over me and my n...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 22 October 1885

Mikvf Mi vv. W ' ! r;fcr .fv i L- I W T & &'- lip5 IBS? Hills-'-' ,mteS WW B'r- ?-. TIMBER STEALING. ' Bow Cnscrnpu'ous Corporation Cart On a System of Knbbery That Would Con nljrn a. Privato Individual to tho Peniten tiary Operations of the "JHontana 1m prevement Company." Washington, D. C. October 13. Commissioner Sparks, of the General Office, has received uie following report in regard to the culling of timber in the Northwest: Department or thk Inteiuoh, G users "j Land Office, Ratbdbum, Idaho, October 3, 1SS5. J To Hon. CbmmUtloner General Land OjJfce: Sin: I have the honor to report that I haye . jmpleted the reports in the Northern ) .i- j rnmnlMcd the ranovts cine uauroau uotnpany anu rue iui-ii"- Improvement Company timber trespass caes and herevith transmit iljiht reporta, making, -with what I have alre.ulT transmitted, thirty-one separate inuict merits in all, showing that tlieo contor ations have caused to be cut Iron the put lie domain 45,100,000 feet of lumber...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 22 October 1885

s BBS? fcs- ftv att&i-coiiNn cat. Ifesc 'Notice of Election. To the voters of Thomas count-, Kan- s:is: - WHEr"e.S. on tho ith cay of October D Ik-.".. Hon. John A. Martin. Governor of liie State or Kansas, did. by authority ot law in him vested, appoint and commission H. . Heaston, W. II. Kintrerj-, and E. A. t rouse H Omnty Commissioners and bamuel btewurd sonns Con lit v Clerk ot said county ol Ihom-a- n:.d di.l desisnate and declare the lown or Coli.i a.- the temporary County Seat ot -aid c-oifi t, State or Kansas. THEUt-K KK. be it known, that on the l.th lav ,! No.-cmber, -V. l.1s-.", between the .hour- of .. o'clock a. M. and C o'clock l. il.. ar the voting precincts dc.-isi'-ated below, countv or Tltoum-. Slate of Kansas, a special .elceiion will be held lor tiie purpose ol votms !or the permanent iodtinn o! tuo county seal ol said count;, ar.U for count and ton ii-hip ottieors. ' The lollowiiur is a list-ol the same: COLW'TV OITICKUS. f ne Count v 'oinmi-oner, 1st Distr...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 29 October 1885

&8 eys 'KHr.T;- StV" "5 - COUNTy la"' Fares K5 Thomas 3 'H VOL. I. NO. 34. COLBY, THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1885. $1.50 PER YEAR. PgOsPlgBBg BEBBBBBBBBBBIBlBIBBJBIBBHBIHBBBSPiPBKl PPSJIJW&- j . ;? -A- --'jfJcSv4,cVv--:!,T5P n.eSt- -i .i. ."ii?' . .-. .".. . k- ii JI-i. -"Vftrw "VV -v ifl 4r J 7 . -eVSSIH'' M 3rscsy -' t-?; P ---3',t - rfT"V-;r jrjj ;-gr - irl7v fiKI ii -1 Cat. h?, tTv, & m Wfr i. , 1 & ft ST f?i ft' Rf' if : L.5AL jc W W fc ' fev LI? i & !? K f " Rs kSj -i $2 I;? IS UIKS? liKm fc feCV Ffe P-, t.-. & IXST' ft s fe 7a?- E. J&&A. , R. h$r ' bs" iss" ye5r ?t -V" $r CHUllCII DIRECTORY Colby Union Sunday School meets eery Sunday nf 10 a. m. Preachinjr at 11 a. m. Sinsrinj. at 7:30 r. M. Preaching at 8 p.m. Ferviccs hold in Mr. Hean"'; Kail. Allure Invited. "Whofcooverwill ninv come." E. A. CHOUSE. Tastor. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. GEO. W. GOODSOE. Attorney and Counselor at Law. Ueat'Etate bought and old. Money loaned on chattel...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 29 October 1885

lEig BaBB3gg l&awe -- - " ' "' i ir tm-: H&3 1' A MILE A MINUTE. 4Fke TtaIhIbc aad Use or Homing Pigeons fa Times of Peace and War. "The recent performances of homing pigeons bred by American fanciers in breaking all previous records for dis tance naturally revives the interest of those who are not fanciers in this pork. Although the systematic de--veloyracnt of the bird has only been attempted in the last seventy-five years, their use extends back for a score ot centuries. Noah was the first to experiment in this direction. He sent out the raven and the dove to 'bring him news of the world's condi tion after the flood, and while the raven flew idiotically to and fro, the -dove buckled down to work and brought back the olive branch. That was before tne day of ingenious in ventors, and there was no patent trap to ingulf the bird when it alighted, register the exact second of time, and ring a bell to at tract the patriarch's attention. In a more prim five way "he put forth his...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 29 October 1885

WfJiSK RI : ??&. ,m "C-aJ-VJ w 4f IfeV- Fl- O .- r&. is IK? IS F.F fF 3aV Lt VtV m r- W Iv fc" S" ' & ! '- TO? fPr nlfi ?. . .. . . . . . .. SABBATH-DAY BEATING. RECOMPENSE. If I am sad and heart-weary, My neighbor beside me is gay; If I feel the night-dews falling, Ho sees the promise of day. Bhall I choose to stumble In darkness When Christ la the light and the way If the clouds hang a pall above roe, Somewhere is the glad sunshine; If I drink Marah's waters, Some soul drinks life's rod wine. hall 1 poison my neighbor's life-draught Because of the bitter in mine? If I shudder in cold and darkness. Shall I envy his sunlit days, Though I wall in thorny deserts, And he in flowery ways? If I wear the garments of mourning, , Shall I plucjt off his robe of praise.' Kay, God sltteth in Heaen Making the balance good. And unto the least of the creatures He giveth its daily food. And over me and my neighbor Is His infinite fatherhood. ' He knows, in the high blue Heaven lie the ...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 29 October 1885

i -Tt '& THOMAS COUNTY CAT. V.-OHCKSTER & CASEY, Editors. ANNOUNCEMENTS. r am a. candidate for the office of Register x) Deeds of Thomas county subject to the 'incision of the lejral voters at the November jctioit. J. W. IKWIN We are authorized to announce the name of y. Donelan a a candidate for the oRice of county treasurer subject to the decision of 1 -3 t'oten at the polls. The ineiirK of L. Sims hereby announce his : jl:w for re jt-U:r of deeds subject To the dc v sion of the velcrs at the polls. To The Voters of Thomas Cocntv: G'-ntleuien: I would respectfully offer vny sjlf n. an indopendciit eandiuato for theof r.oeof tountv superintendent. Should I be -o fortsinatc as to bo elected I proml-c to aitbfull;. and conscientiously perform the out es of the oilice. I am respectfully, Makv A. Hay. Otte-bourne. 0ct.2Tth. ' Election November 1 7th. CITIZENS' TICKET. Tor County Commissioner 1st District, M. W. WITHA.M. Tor County Commissioner 2d District, KKANK FJN'GKEK. Kir C...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 29 October 1885

BPiBsSSiEl &&& PJ-JK &H ' r ?A r r if sr If psrv 8 E& ss s rte1. K-w" y, ,- Only '22 LUMBER; t7 CLA.ZR,IB03Sr -A-ILSTID ROCK SDPIRllsrG- 00-A.Xj, $6. Sc 37- Corn, 40 cents. Flour, $2. to $8.20. Ellsworth flour, Horse Shoe,' and flour of Plains. lEVJEiRr thzhstg- kept tint stock. Come and See Us &Save Money. LH9A.PDSI9EB. L. A. IIANCHETT, Manager. THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. Vote for Judge Nov. 3d. GRAND OPENING. On Saturday next we will have a irrand opening of our first winter's .stock in tlu place, consisting of a grand display of fancy dry goods, silks, velvets. hosier underwear, fan cy (Loss goods, slippers, boots and ihoes. hats and caps and a complete line of miilineiy goods. Tn the even-1 ing the store will be illuminated by a dozen beautifully decorated hanging lamps and chandeliers. All are in vited. Our cleiks deem it an honor and pleasure to show goods and give prices, whether you wish to purchase or not. J. AV. Au,::x & Soxa. Cheap freights. Organi...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 29 October 1885

UB" ' -' ji ' . .M BP .W VK'MiMKUmUtJKmlMlii'.. I'll i UL lit ''l.mmraBWmBI lli JJWI MIBIIMB'1' BiW iWW MWkWi'W S&3 sssj? THOMAS COUNTY OAT. X. P. WOBCXSTXX ft CO., Pntllalinrs. COLBY, KANSAS. GOLDEN-ROD. It stood, the bloomlnjr flowers amonp, When spring's soft airs were whispering, And all the woods were ;Ind with song, A poor, unsightly, weed-like thing. The summer, with her languid MrIi, Stole on and warmed the unmoving air, And yt II the wild bee psissed her by, And otill she grew neglected there. All scattered lie the flowers of spring, The summer's early boom is dead, The .sonu-birds have forgot to sine. The thrush to other haunts is fled. The mountain wears a misty crown, The ilrst red leaves are fliifrng by, Itut to the lields is drifted down A glory from the glowing sky. A reflex of the ripened sun. AH spring and summer stored with care. The patient plant-heart's work is done. And now all nature owns her lair. And from each dainty golden cup, With amber nectar richly s...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 29 October 1885

IRmMIHSgSW iuSaaaaBSaaBBiaiiailBSBSiaBllllMaiaimaSasaiaVBlimaaaBbaaaaaaaBaaaiSaSBasSllllM ff iA'ir KS-Ssrs'?"- iW P& s i I' HL, iw ffl :m r-o th. w m W m 4L w nv Ij ?. V I THOMAS COUNTY OAT. X. T. "WQMCmmXMM ft COMnbliantr. COLBY, KANSAS. WAITI IThen a thoupht comes to tout brain That would place on life a" stain. Crush It out from heart and mind; Tor a purer thought to find, Walt! "When your lips In haste would speak Words that show a judgment -weak, Through a pulsion that would blind, Or an impulse yet unkind. Walt! When a deed you lain would do, That you might have cause to rue, Till the shadows flee your mind. Hands withhold o calm your mind, Wait! Walt to pns-tion all subdue; "Walt for loving thought and true; Walt till lips bre-tthc tender w ord. For deeds by gentle impulse stirred. Walt! The Pansy. KAG-PICKING. How and By Whom This Indus try is Carried On in Cities. In no class or place of human ex istence docs the maxim that "necessity is the mother of invention11 appear...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 29 October 1885

iffeC -, --- - .. -n-..ai .W 5f5s?"3. 3- r- 5'sfV. "& 'MMMMMaMMHKMla THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. Notice of Election. To the voters of Thoinacounty,. Kan sas: WHEREAS, OH the 'Mb. cay of October A. I). lsfcorHoumohn A. Martin. Governor of UioUite or Kansas, did. by authority of law o him vested, appoint and commission B. K tide-ton. W. H. Kiiigory, and K. A. Crou-e a vounty Commissioners and Samuel titewaru t onns County Clerk of said county of Thom--.and did designate and declare the Town jr (,-,y as the temponiry County Seat of -aidio.. ty. State ot Kansas. TUrtu Oilr., Sic it known, that on the l.th .lav ot Noveudier, A. D. ?.", between the uoiirs of it o cioek A. M. and t$ o'clock . M., at ne voting precincts designated below, countv of Thomas tate of Kansas, a special election will be neld for the purpose of voting .or t.n- permanent location ot trie county seat ut -11111 coui.ty, and lor county .md township UliCcr-. The blowing is a list of the same: COUNTY OFFICEKS. One County ...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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