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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 29 March 1888

a , H v ,. - , M - I t ' IV -- w K am. THOMAS COUNTY OAT. JOSEPH A. CILL, Editor. COLBY. KANSAS. THE COUNTER-MARCH. Tramp, tramp. Tramp! With tbe morning clocks at ten. She skimmed the street with footsteps fleet. And hustled the timid men; Tramp, tramp, tramp! She entered the dry-goods store And with ecLoing treau the dance she led All over tbe crowded floor. She charged the throng where the bargains were, And eerybody made way for her; Wherever she saw a painted sin She made for that spot a prompt bee line; "Whatever was old or whatever was new She had it down and she looked it through; Whatever it was that caught her eyo She'd stop, and price, and pretend to buy. But 'twas either too bad, too common, or good. So she d d, and she wouldn't, and didn't, and would, And round the counters and ud the stairs. In attic and basement and every wheres; The salesmen fainted and cash boys dropped, But still she shopped, and shopped,and shopped, And round, and round, and round, and round, lake...

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 March 1888

'""..".'j" y. .I,JI "' i i "hi miM rw,-s K.33E1SI M. JS.jWv j JSiSi5Ki.ii s. .tf CJ'MKtys A,s&!(sssgsssHsaaRiiagsgsi 'SSTjEW Siii 'SJrWZ SsSKO'SAjQfflOffiSSis i?ii-''x., 3C?3S? f i20&23Z!1&&S '.- ir; s, jTyorTs.r -."-' .i-t.-i-' . jf-' " - ij fti.-SV-w'T'? T "- . vfc? V-V-' H&iCT3CC.- ..rf2S"" r"J w -cs. "if t t-v fVvjft ,., - 'V na ESS1 J Irsr IC ft A u Tr2S i ssvk V, S8" H fv WAIT SOB-US. This Spaoe Reserved for I0HN FOSTER & ' SONS, To advertise their stock of THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. JOSEPH A. GILL, Editor. LUMBER, SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, And AllKindsof Building Material. Our stock will be here in a short time, and we will be prepared to furnish all kinds of building material at prices to suit the times. Yard will be located one block east of the Opelt Hotel. Don't forget the place when in need of anything in our line. Will carry also coal of all first-class1 grades. JOHN FOSTER & SONS, Colby, Kansas. M. NISKERN, TJRNITURE HEALER! ftND UNBERTCtflSER. THE L...

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 March 1888

..rK.- 3-- .i ? ":T?i . vs? ' ts. i5H.T.ffL,ra. CJ rV333?32- v i lgraEMBoyfna ILIllileWsfJlWBWn r x v-rv ;-r J:J:T'::r . ; - a:. --. - , j - W ?' f v " . t o"" FV2V-' " i. 1 -' 7 -r3a,Ar,-..-fraT.rfi . r-ff cB- . ?f3t,t ?..,: . "" 1,," . i . ., l - ..-.. - ar - r "r i . ' iv ts "j-rfia:! . v ii... -" -j??:. A-r1 irts .-.r-w . '-t .w-l - - f - " r?5. a.- rw S, . i; BS v fe H.-JHjjsftv ifr-',k,- ft." - 1 L- ' -"- -, MM " " - - I VJ-fTg -l)rtM. ?vrAn, - , .! - .. ' .-.. I call it forward. I da There s Mel- .M. . T & .i: - .i.iTT'TTT'T' ""' i- HIPHIbHBHeHrHbEj jmHI lAg nmnmnnnPsmwca. BmHanmnsm Bn-)llZIzisnapmBnm THOMAS COUNTY OAT. JOSEPH A. CILL, Editor. COLBY. - - - - - KANSAS THE LITTLE OLD MILL. There's a little rill At the foot of the hilL .And a little dam, .And a little old mill, Shabby and still; Anatfce little old miller who once was there, 'With snow-white clothes and powdered hair, Who measured the grain, And who took the toll, Se is now as silent and still As the moveless...

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 March 1888

wmm& - - V 'A I i "Vi rf. 'dfe.v. r-. ,ai4v. Sfevi-j t HEX1 ff fe- .! v - t ;. &L. K i'V .,. k:' . ii.r y Vi VyAfFa.T MY OFFICE TO BASEMENT UNDER NEW BRICK BANK, Where I will be pleased to see all my friends. A good supply of Money on hand for Farm! Chattel Loans. THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. JOSEPH A. GILL, Editor. OAKLEY & COLBY RAILWAY. OAKLEY TO COLBY. TIME TAHI.K NO. 1. To take effect Monday, October o'clock A. M. 10, INC. 0 FOR THE fiOVKItSMKNT AS!) INFORMATION OF KMPI.OVES. WESTWARD. No. 1 leaves Oakley at 3.00 p. m .and arrives In Colby at 4. 20 p. in. No. 2 Icwps Colby at 8.4." a. in., and arrives In Oakley ai 10 15 a. in. Nos. 1 aMl 2 are Freight & Passcnjrer, antl ran daily, except Sunday. V. G. llor.UK, Supt. and Chler Enjrineer. Arrival and 'Departure of Mails to and from Colby. COMIV & OAKI.F.V I.OLTK. Arri s 1 p. m. daily; depart" 8 a. m. daily. coi.nv & oiiew.in. Arrivf-Tiie-daysnnd Fridays at 7 p. in. Dcpnit Mondays and Thursdays at 8 a. in. coi.nv...

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 March 1888

K2?oif-jMflpjw PlRRllMrii:r P;. f -rHWim &$fcV , W - " ,- rrs -.."ar-S I v J:33S!r 2 - ,,ttag,,M.,JMM,MJgfagf -t.-ty&'v ? --it'' j.t V? vt? ?;frgllElaaaaaaaaMaTT aWMiMMMiMaWMBMWiMMSaiM,1lllt,lt,',,MMMM,MIMI1 - '' ft. sr- !t y - v- i r KJ. ms; i&$g w&w i'iftf r sir "aw THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. OFFICIAL COUNTY AND CITY PAPER. Issued by Tbomas County Publshinjr Co., at Colby, Kansas every Thursday of each i eek. JOSEPH A. CILL, Editor. THE KANSAS SENATORS. Senator Plumb stired up the Senate on Tuesday, in a lively wa. his colleague, who was in the chair, was compelled to call him to order, but it was evidently a perfnnctorj, admoni tion for Senator Ingalls, whose oflice hampers him somewhat, no doubt en joyed the attack Plumb was making on the Administration. Neither of the Kansas Senators are afraid to meet an' one in debate. Ingalls is always deliberate, graceful, sarcastic, and in cisive in speech; Plumb is impetuous, and swift as a mountain torrent. J5ot.li are always...

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 March 1888

writimem && , "PMl a WOMAN'S DEPARTMENT. MODEL PRISON FOR WOMEN. Aa Institution Where Beformatory Bather Than Penal Measures Are Adopted. All true friends of women feel such an interest in tbe Reformatory Prison for Women at Sherborn, Mass., that 1 -can not resist giving onr readers a slight account of a visit there last week. It was on Friday, one of the coldest fdays of the cold spell, hut every part of the prison was moderately but com fortably warm, and the ventilation good. Order, quiet and neatness reigned throughout, and yet there was as little of severe restraint or forced regularity of behavior a3 one could imagine to exist in a prison. -L-- The laundry is supplied with steam, with washing-machines, mangles, etc, and the finest work is done. It is in demand in the neighboring towns, and it is even sent to New York. Its kitchen, with its ample range, its table covered with the well-browned loaves, and its huge kettle of hasty pudding, gave promise of an abundant meal...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 29 March 1888

PfP?Pp , " r S 5? ggg1 ' - '- - " -u"f - - " -A J. I' u' I 1 i .3 T Wt L?W m; t M ? i w. fw O '! K ku p GSo r-jv H? 1 5- HMS. 'f-Z NECESSITY OF MANURE. Why It Shonld Be LJ be rally TJsed Wher erer It May Be Needed. If continued drafts are made from a bank deposit with no additions being madc.it will in time become exhausted. The soil is the farmer's bank deposit of fertility from which he expects to make drafts for the production of such crops as he puts under cultivation, and so if he makes no additions to his bank of fertility, it must suffer exhaustion just in the ratio to the demand upon it Without going into the discussion of the exact composition of manures, it is sufficient to say that all are com posed of certain mineral elements and combined gase3 in different propor tions. The gaseous elements are be lieved to come largely from the atmos phere while the mineral elements being drawn from the soil are the chief agents in causing dimin ished fertility. Now, if all plants ob t...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 29 March 1888

11 SW" Offfiolal County Directory- Clerk James M. Summers. Treasurer-C M. Hovejr. Register of Deeds James a Passell. Sheriff M. W. Witham. 8urveyor T. P. Chambers. CorontrDr. S. B. Lutgen. ( First Dlst. W.H. Smith. Com'rs Second" -J"?"??: n' f Third " W.M.Baldwin. Probate Judge M. L.Lacey, Superintendent Public Ins't-W. W. Walker Attorney-W. S. Willcoxon. Kepresentatlve-G. W. Goodspe. Clerk District Court K. J. Paine. District Judge L. K. Pratt. City Dlrocory. Mayor M. Donelan. Clerk-E.8.TcaL Treasurer J. E.Meglemrc Marshal C. M. Stewart. Police Judge-J. B. Irwin. r w. w. Walker, , .. J Dr. C. E. Corporan, Councilmen v w Smith. IE. A. .Hall, Republican State Convention. A delegate convention of the republi cans of Kansas will be held in the city of Wichita on the 9th day of May. 1888, at the hour of twelve o'ciock. M.. for the election of four delegates and four alter nates to the National Republican Con vention to be held in Chicago, June 19th, 1888. Also for the nomination of two ...

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. — 5 April 1888

jjsi t- j-.T'J t iUie-. s'!&ft-? .- 's':v:w:55555: g COUNTy -?,? ..,- ; k.-r?- . i a if ''I ' U ,1 lirl ? - 1 Pt-l SWS1 rvsit, : v& B U $ & -j5 Be?. 3 t4 !- i mW ST7 .&' M &ri Thomas r.W;t f Mlim HU ,... f-E anBI MM KJB:' at A nanaaV. m VVl 5Cfc-' I Htll rBVi-i t: l!A.5! Mi. ;- . ' S- - " Jf ' VOL. IV. NO. 4. COLBY. THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY. APRIL 5-, 1888. &- Joi jB Ira j BiV && in rl&: 8Si Who said the Rock Island bonds would not carry? Jones, Brown and Smith all said they would. Now, whom are you going to buy Colby Real Estate from? I will tell vou whoi. . GoTfelit on thecorner w Franklin avenue and fifth street Opposite Fizst STation&l Baals Building, . J. - n 'Ji-pflS Jster TLT I it h Tin s" $"- 1 UKuH, l;liuuii UUILUIAU, COL.ll V, KaS. AND SEE- MARTINBROS&CO. We have 1,000 Town Lots, (Not in additions to Colby, but all inside lots), Store Houses, Dwelling Houses, and all kinds of improved and unimproved Real Estate. OUR '. FRI...

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. — 5 April 1888

ILHIHBaaaaVaMHMPLwiH'VPCPPPaaVPP KCrS?J Jf ' - P III . THOMAS COUNTY OAT. JOSEPH A. CILL, Editor. COLBY, "KANSA? UNCLE SETH AND EMERSON. A man named Em' son, so they say. Got off a purty phrase one day. About a chap I don't know who Who "builded better than he knew." In spite of Em'son, now, I swan He was built on a curious pUn, Accordin' to a strange idee That don't at all resemble me; In spite of all that I can do Tve builded worsor than I knew. I was a young and lazy lout. But had my palace all planned out; Its beauties nerer can be told Rosewood, mahogany and gold; I tell you, 'twas a sight to see,. "With all its gilt an' filigree; But my real house scarce stops the rain. An' has an old hat in the pane; I did the best that I could do, But builded worser than I knew. I used to build my stately ships An' launch 'em grandly from the slips, An' in myjreams did oft behold Their I reigbt of ivory an gold. On, they swep' gran'ly roun' the Horn, An' rode the oshun like a swan; But the r...

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. — 5 April 1888

f"Y -1&&r&'jhi'iX. iggl1 r3sT T lLrW-.5 m HSWf!& ifea V; Jjg-SDy vrf , i-" 1 rsfwi ev- y I I t f. i .? ll , Ui V it, MJ& :11 I W w. r : f . $ . iU tlr II !: :& THOMAS COUim OAT. JOSEPH A. CILL, Editor. COLBY. KANSAS. THE MANSION. A mm can build a mansion And furnish :t throughout; A. man can bu.'ld a palace, "With lofty vails and stout; JV man can build a temple. With high and spacious dome; But no man in the world can build 'That precious thing called Home. So 'tis a happy faculty Of women far and wide, To turn a cot or palace Into something else beside. Where brothers, sons and husbands tired, With willing footsteps come, A place of rest, where lore abounds, A Verfect kingdom Home. Janet Jones, tn Christian at Work. THE NEW PEEACHEK. The Experience by 'Which His Soul Was Changed. Most people would say that it was no new preacher at all; he had the same eyes, nose, mouth and hair, was of the same height, aud offered the same hands. But others who can read be...

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. — 5 April 1888

ffijjft Avre- ' && 'jr-i,- ix tr N- t 'X-&r - "V4" .HW a?ie&P', . t " j7 sr St-- - S , -SW" V - ji" -A' w-w W;MWMj J!U te? Ifi' t ", T.it THOMAS COUNTY CAT. OFFICIAL COUNTY AND CITY" PAPEK. ( ' Issued tj Thomas f ounty Publshinp Co , at Colbj , Kai cr s t rj Thursday cf Cflph w cek. JOSEPH A. CILL, Editor. Free Trade Low Wages Freetraders want free trade be cause, t'jcy s;y, it will cheapen goods. Lot us make an application of this theory. Why will free trade cheapen goods? Because, as democrats hold, foreign goods ate cheaper than our domGstic product. Why are they cheaper? Because wages abroad are lower than wages paid in the United States. Suppose that instead of the product, the European factories were brought over to the United States with their poprty paid uorkiugmen and operated by the side of American factories, with their high priced labor. how long would it be before the American factories would all be closed and the foreign factories have all the trade? Th...

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. — 5 April 1888

ra? ".-3g'Akl-u-A.rV- nss fc?-?- ??5Sfv. ..1-'J.-i.i;.''-'-n ' T !?' '?1?1 "V iS-Eeq y -j . t ?? &- 32 St, ft: it i . fef ".V V rt r x 4? 1,1 IT i w , THOMAS COOTTI OAT. - JOSEPH A. CILL, Editor. COLBY. ------ KANSAS. A HELPFUL LITTLE BODY. A helpful little body Is a certain maid I know, Who's always glad and ready Her assistance to bestow; She is not worth a fortune In silver or in cold. But oh! there is within her heart A wealth of love untold. In sickness or in sorrow,' In busy, crowded davs. Her many gifts and graces Serenely she displays; Brings order out of chaos. Relieves each sore distress By tender words of sympathy. And hearty helpfulness. The needs of every body She appears to understand: And oh! it seems as if a touoo Divine was in her band; She listens ever kindly, Impatience ne'er betrays, And never once forgets to give The needed word of praise. O. many a grievous burden She's helping others bear. By words of hope and courage That rouso them from despair; Should s...

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. — 5 April 1888

WWtetfBHF'w V-ft Jft&: '&fi i TjgK ET r Bwgsp?" i ?' 'TiKglPM Tiliiffff COLBY! Boom! Boom! , BOOM! The Poor Man's Chance. THE RICH MAN'S OPPORTUNITY. A $2,000 HOME FOR $30.00! IN THE GRAND DRAWING WAIT FOB US This Space Reserved for JOHN FOSTER & SONS, 'I To advertise their stock of LUMBER, SASH, DOORS, SLiNDS, And All Kinds of Building Material. Our stock will be here in a short time, and we will be prepared .to furnish all kinds of building material at prices to suit the times. Yard will be located one block east of the Opelt Hotel. Don't forget the place when in need of anything in our line. Will carry also coal of all first-class grades. JOHN FOSTER & SONS, Colby, .... Kansas. M. NISKERN, 'URNITURE SW1 WNBERTMvER. -THE LARGEST AND- Finest Stock of Furniture in Northwest Kansas. Celebrated Wove Wire Bed Spring Mattres sesSpiral Supports. A full line of Center Tables, Bureaus, Bed Boom Suits, Chairs, Bookers, Tablrs, What Nots, &c. &c. Carpets. Oil Cloth. M...

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. — 5 April 1888

jiV tiSSiis mm 9i ?, MOVED! &&&-. -3& - -tsr MY OFFICE TO BASEMENT UNDER NEW BRICK BANK, Where I will be pleased to see all my friends. A good supply of Money on hand for Farm! Chattel Loans. Yours truly, F. C. FINNERTY. t k M at : i-J I V ft rOTTMTV 'J . ' 1 CAT. JOSEI'IT A. GTLL, Editor. TJXIOX PACIFIC TIME TABLE. rem slnd. No. 2S2, Lcncs Colby 10.CO a. in. OUTH HOUND. No. 2S1. Amvi' ut Colby nt 6:45 p. m. OAKLEV. EI BOC.ND. No. 205, Arm C3 at 11 :.V1 n. in. No. -01, Airics at 11:10 p. m. fast houm. No. 202, Arnvos at 5-23 a. m. No. 204, Ai n es at 5:02 p. in. No. 2a2. Lvs Colby 10.00, Ar Oakley 11:3J a. in No. 2bl, Ls Oakley j:1", A r Colby 6:45 p. m. D. A. Folt, Station Apent. Arrival and Departure of Mails to and from Colby. COLUV & O UtLEV KOGTE. Arriveslp. in. daily; e'eparts 8 a. m. daily. COLBY &. OBEIILIN. Arm osTuePdi sand Fridays at 7 p. in. Departs Monda s and llmr&days at 8 a. m. coi.nv & IIOXTE. ArnesMonrtiU. Wednesdays and Fridays at C...

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. — 5 April 1888

H ivrSS .kj); "ii y i' -i ,r v ?7' Tlfv WOMAN'S DEPARTMENT. HEALTH OF AMERICAN WOMEN. Xho Probable Effects of Suffrage Upon . Womau'j Physical Condition Discussed. ' The exercise of the suffrage would presumably tend to improve, rather than to impair, the health of the aver age woman. There is nothing dangerous tc licnlth in reading political articles in the daily papers, in discussing political questions ivith relations or friends, or in walking the distance of a few hun dred yards and depositing a piece of paper in a box. Many women now do all these tilings without any suffering in consequence. On the contrary, the reasonable exercise of any faculty, and of all the faculties, of mind and body, is positively beneficial to man or woman. "Nervous energy run to waste" is the secret of much of the las situde and sickness prevalent among American women. "For my own part," says Sir Spen cer Wells, one of the greatest liv ing physicians, "I think women capable "of a great deal more than t...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 5 April 1888

ILsttfti mamtmmmmtm ivlfe 1 - f&$.?3&&& t - NffriT'-. 4-X' t . ST-?' K' Ai, k - -, V 11; "" s- a si a-mm-smSS-t IV t . fc ;?i 13 n BwV V l v htp rr - fei - SYMMETRY IN CATTLE. Tlie Form tVhlcli Will Give the Most Meat or tlio Best Grade. The opinions of breeders vary widely ns to the merits of different breeds of cuttle, and even of the families of a "breed, but all aim at one result in rear ing beef cattle, to secure the form which w ill give the most meat of the greatest value, with the least waste. The form that gives this is the best form for all, because it is not only the most symmetrical, and consequently the most attractive, but the most profit able as well. Now matter how strong the preference for a particular breed, let that be which it may of the several that have become popular, it will bo noticed that when skillfully prepared lor tne olocK there is a marked sim ilarity in the animals. Men may have their preference for certain breeds, on account of specia...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 5 April 1888

M CITY ELECTION. The City election was held on April 2, a meeting of the citizens of Colby bad been called pn Saturday March 3.1st, for the purpose ofchosing nominees for the offices of Ma or, Councilmen and Po lice Jndge. The following, called the citizens ticket was uominaed: J. B. Morrison. For Councilmen, J. A. McKillip. M, J. Feely. J. H. Boden. K. M. McGonigal. E. Van Metre. For Police Judire, J. B. Irwin. s On the morning of the election another ticket was plared in the field, in which the following nami's appeared: For Ma'or, Frank II Smith. For Councilmen, J. Alcott. James X. Fike. - , ( K. M. MrGonigal. : .7. A. McKillip. h. L, McCormick. ' For Police .hitle, J. B. Iiwin. Both were stion tickets and the fol lowing icsultsjiows t lie people's choice: For Mayor, J.'li. Morrison. 121 Frank II. Smith, 1 G For Councilmen. ' B. M. M ftmiignl, 235 J. A. McKillip, 230 j L L. McCormick, 138 J. Alcott. 130 ! E. Van Metre. 11G James K". FiUo, 110 i J. II. Boden. 11.", j M. J. Feely. ...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 5 April 1888

& A n& &4 '0 - . -'- Cat Supplement. THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1888. M. A Duff, Esq., of Hastings, Kas., was in the city on Tuesday. Mr.W. G. Boyle, of Russell, Kansas, called at our office on Tuesday last. Count? Commissioners will hold their regular April meeting beginning Monday next. Dr. J. W. Martin left on Tuesday for a trp to Denver. He will be gone about ten days. Miss Frankie Talbert, of Salina, Kans., sister of Mrs. J. B. Irwin, arrived in the city Monday. Billy Boyd, of WaKeeney, Kansas, is expected to arrive to-day. and will be em ployed by A W. Patchin, as assistant pharmacist. W. G. Porter, Esq., has sold his in terest in the Colby Drug Store, to A. W. Patchin, and is talking of shaking the dust off his feet and going west. , Howard Carpenter and wife were called to Atwood to attend the funeral of Mrs. Bailey, motner 01 airs, uarpemwr, j the fore part of the week. C. B. Dakin,the well known real estate man, contemplates a change of location of office before long. ...

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. — 12 April 1888

&&? iC - 4' '' 3M& v, Thomas lJf SJ VOL. IV. COLBY. THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY. APRIL 12, 1888. ill', Cat. '? J T "" J ' tr K i-50 PER YEAR. I Sg 'ft r M 4 y m : M m sr ;x hJ Ltt l-Vft i 4 A m Who said the Rock Island bonds would iot carry? Jones, Brown and Smith all said they would. Now, whom are' you going to buy Colby Real Estate from? I will tell you whom. Go right on the corner of FRANKLIN AVENUE AND FIFTH STREET, Opposite 2ftrqt' JSTortioxial Bank Building, MART I B 1,000 Town Lots, (Not in additions to Colby, but all inside lots), Store Houses, Dwelling Houses, and all kinds of improved and unimproved Real Estate. OUR and terms easy. 2- Non-residents property handled on N. B. Don forget when you buy from us you buy from ' the-original owners, and not from those who buy in small amounts and have to sell out at a large profit. For any information call on or write Martin Bros. u,. if I' m i'Ai ierz-? M OLBY, m -arsi nf k fin 4 U) LkA dS) -AND SEE- We have '. PRI...

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