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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 12 April 1888

pi?w Hr3gr'J- H5"-re 3wr"& V&Xpg?Si f&, ? V A . "feci ' mm J3l 1 fi' 5. w -. 54 fs W &r r &e s&u : I'i.4i9 THOMAS COUNTY OAT. JOSEPH A. GILL, Editor. COLBY. - - . - - KANSAS THE BRONZED KID SHOES. Br!gbt,i in the 6un, as burnished gold. And In the shadows, brown, A dainty little pair of shoes My father brought from town, Forme! forme! It could not be! They seemed too fine to wear Less fit for treading dusty ground Than sklmminj sunny air! Not till, close-Htted on my feet, I saw them brightly shine, And I had tied the strings, myself. Could I believe them mine! Then, with proud sense Of consequence, I felt them press my toes. And wore them, with the full delight That only childhood knows! When Sunday came, thrice welcome day! As if with sunlight shod, Down the long street that led to church t . Exultingly I trod. And when, alas! It came to pass, Some dust my shoes made gray, I took my little 'kerchief out, And wiped it all away! But the third time I put them o...

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. — 12 April 1888

i ?,Yi?j-'-'-"j'-'"-?- JSCSj.sSr,V"il g-jrr. T Vs W -v rinwnyfflr,Trrry'-Tiit ix- - !. ." BBl H :i59a 't9l VR &&jv ?F & 1ST . 1 3 1 .1 Ifr X. He- iV i & .:. 'f lfs r ' 1 34 H THOMAS COUNTY OAT. . JOSEPH A. GILL, Editor. COLBY. - KANSAS. WILLING TO TAKE ADVICE. Sbc bad a star in either eye And roses in her face, Who asked my matronly advice With deferential grace. You are not young as once you were, But if i ou were," spake she ; - Which of the men would you accept, Who hang their hopes on mei" " You speak of years," I stiffly said, " As callow damsels do; I shouldn't marry any man, Who hangs his hopes on yon!" Her lids dropped over love-lit eyes, 1 marked the blushing cheek, And saw her trembling hands, the while She begged that I would speak. " Ah, surely your observing ways Have tr.ught you to be wise; ForgUe a maiden's blundering words, Be generous, and advise !" Won by her sweet humility. I could but acquiesce, And hope the counsel might avail To comfort her dist...

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. — 12 April 1888

wwph it i i ,i .jr,,!. i swtft--,-i sJaser7sraEirawwT, v. vjv mwEVBHHaH SiFW7 Jy V. i v ",fl. Vs. m: ' 33r tfatoArvXjacM-' T.il THOMAS I0UNTY CAT. OFFICIAL COU.Tr AND CTIY PAPER. Issued 1 j Tbom is tourty Publshing Co., at Colbj , Kunsn c cry Thursday of each week. JOSEPH A. CILL, Editor. County Republican Convention. A Republican County Convention will be beU Mt the court houe In the city of Colby, Kansas, on Monday, April S3, 18b8,for the pur pose of selecting four delegates and four al ternates to each of the following conventions respective! : Four delegates to the 6th con gressional convention to be held at Russell, Kan , on May 2d Four delegates and four al ternates to the convention to select delegates to the natioual republican convention irom the 8th congressional district, to be held at Oberlin, Kan., May Hth. Two delegates and two alternates to the convention to select delegates at large from the stale to the na. - tional republican convention, to be held at W.chiU, Kan.,...

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. — 12 April 1888

JjlLXWiM mRm nmzm Cat Supplement. i : i Every body in town is binv.- me prairies tire pulling on j emerald garments. I iiTiS Tpr-' their SMOKE. THURSDAY, APRIL 12,1888. ! Reports from farmers all over our coun- . r ' ly ns to croP prospects are very encour aging. Mc Gonigal & Son. are in the lumber 1 business and have on hand lumber of all See them before buving. Wc make a specialty of handling the finest cigars made, by the box. ALm some of the cheapest brands. . off Maktin & Hamitox. ll Kansas farmers on an average, for the , capital invested, have a smaller total in- rightfulness. rav a lower rate of interest. t.lr Ipr business rhnnm. run fewer kJnds uf h(iX qualities maIti? nnrl ilil ! 2lfr fklicin !.. Hi mi it the manufacturing and commercial das- Do you want Lumber, Lime. Lath or ses of the country. Atchison Champion, building material? Go to Mc Gonigal & Kansas is more truly an American j Son, who will furnish you the best at the State than New York, Ohio, or Ma-....

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. — 12 April 1888

-- ' " I J j . i i I I I "" --ViMBBaaiHIVlHB u w iinuinr IF T PJX -. -- J-- ' MOVED! 1 A X i MY OFFICE TO BASEMENT UNDER NEW BRICK BANK, L ,-, ! w- . . " t 4 v ', 1 1 k 0 r u !'1r ' vif' r Btrr Money THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. I JOSEPH A. GILL, Editor. union pacific time TABLE.) bOCTO BOUND. Ho. 2?2. Lea es Colby 10:00 a. m. NORTH BOWNIK 3fo. 2X1. Arrives aft Colby at 6:4s. m. OAKLEY. WtST HODKB. No. 20, Arrivej -at 11:59 a. m. Ho. 201, Arrives 61 11:10 p. m. EAST BOT7VB. No. 202, Arrives at 5:23 a. in. No. 204, Arrives at 5:02 p. m. No. 292. 1v s Colby 10:00, Ar Oakley 11:30 a. to No.2t-l, I5Jakley5:li, Ar Colby 6:45 p. w. D. A. FotTS, Station Aent. Arrival and Departure of Malls to and from Colby. VOMIT St OAKLEY ROUTE. Arrives ?5.m. daily; departs 8 a. m. daily. COLBY St OBERLIN. Arrivpsuesdajs and Fridays at ' p. . Departs Mondays and Thursdays at 8 a. m. COLBY Sc HOXIE. Arrives 'Mondays. WeBnesdavs and Fridays at 6 p.m. Departs Tuesdays, Thursdays -and Saturdays at a. in. COLBY &am...

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. — 12 April 1888

to- 5 ;S 'i4xdS& ,- '" V4. tiws jw V'H .ESitfS f. - f JWtKmSR SairSS M .A-!s ." 3 sg i?r-Ar --ii . X J h tJ.i rrt-zn? ";l fW &r- . MsmMsmmwmMmMH:m 9 vc r ,- n N 51. f5 - h r-t ' Is 4j 4& : 2-l $ ?& . I& -SSeRS. RESURREXIT. -- -i. jf IWrittea Tor This Paper.! HOST her soul all sor row sweeping Oomcs the o!ce of Mary weeping TYhere her Lord en tombed lay sleeping: Ho is risen, weep no more. ging with joy go tell th' eleven! Loosed by angel bands from Heaven, Unto yon your Lord Is given: Christ is risen, weep no more. Follow Him where'er Ho eoeth; So the way to you Ho showeth; 7hat is best for you He knoweth. He is risen, weep no more Still the blessed words are ringing, Comfo-t Into sadness bringing. Still the angel voice is singing: Christ Is risen, weep no more. Heart of mjne so wildly beating. Doubtful of hy Master's greeting, i Christ for thee is now entreating: He is risen, wro no more. Low his ear is bent to hear thee, t ft'll His spirit hovers near thee, . ,...

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. — 12 April 1888

rfWMWMPHl IIIJIMiW ?3S5 ';r',' &2 " JF&-. f irI.Cii! d 'alii1 34 dSt- W .&' "" V 5St; 5-f 'as4" 5eTi ss3g & p t, s? -S y v in u pTT " ,. PMMMfPPIPBMVWMMtt-L-. LI. . . . ---r t . - - "" 5T i?HK' - -r-i h j W-M4 "J ... .jS virnTTT'T" femwisi t, "5-; . - i. r' - j -, . i.i-o?vsr!S2't a rf.fl: r , - - . r . a. .- v' .("ty 'isi'4. v .-i- - r . 'i. ft ,w -i - . .' r H ioSt? mi & ! S I i &.? W it ;5. A t t& -. K? I rs If PERSONAL AND LITERARY. Rider Haggard is said to have 'made over $75,000 from his novels. George Routledge says that for fifty years he has published hooks at the rate of two a week. Editor Charles A. Dana is seventy years old, yet no man walks up Broad way with a jauntier air than he. Ex-President Grevy is an exquisite classical scholar. He loves music and painting and has a chastened style in writing and speaking. Mr. Carl Zerrahn, the eminent Boston musician, thinks Josef Hof mann is the most remarkable musical prodigy since Mozart. It is repo...

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. — 12 April 1888

TOOE'Vl wt - f----W lr?JJ-JBi"' S ' ' i. S?y ""- FARM LOANS! IX" t . 11 Bap .' ' g ; : ft i & r 4 - I am now occupying Farm v4 REPUBLICAN CONVENTION. Thomas County Republican Convention, Court House in Colby April 23d. Primaries April 21st. County "Republican club to be Organized. The republican county central commit tee met pursuant to call on last Saturday and was fully attended. On motion, Thomas Reed was chosen chairman and J. A. Gill secretary. The meeting was called for the purpose of apportioning delegates for the differ ent townships in the county and of fix ing a date for a county convention to select delegates to various conventions which have been called, and in which Thomas county is entitled to representa tion. The different conventions are: The Oth congressional convention to be held at Russell, Kansas, on Ma' 2d. Delegates to national republican con vention from Oth congressional district, to be held at Oberhn. Kan., May 16th. Delegate at large convention, to be h...

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. — 12 April 1888

"&. 1 -"- .J Wirr ? m& M-T-vT Jif-WSsJL i m&$g8&5S MKJS i as -! JCi ?Ei5e;2:'Hwr- -V "i. f3X.L i L . f . . -W - ----- -c vi- --vc- rfiSfig- ,&&$ 'vfStt. m1 8? i -& f A? rs A IW V V lie V. f J t; I Pa ia&& ", a?v Ifc JSSsE?? w , 1 -Yr " &Lj tMI&t, WAIT FOE US. This Spao JOHN FOSTER & SONS, To advertise 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. Votv4 will Vip'lncaterl one block east of the Opelt Hotel. Don't forget the anything in our line. Will carry also coal of all first-class grades. JOHN FOSTER & SONS, Colby, M. NISKERN, 'URNTTURE SND UNDERTAKER. I -THE LARGEST AND- Finest Stock in Northwest Celebrated Wove Wire Bed Spring Mattres sesSpiral Supports. A full lice of Center T.vbles, Bureaus, Bed Room Suits, Chairs, Rockers, Tablrs, What Nois, &c.5 &c. Carpels. Oil Cloth...

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. — 12 April 1888

tste pmmmmmmmmmmmamjmi l -.- i t ; r " y sv - -'ST 1? ' "Tfv" v -"; - THOMAS C0TJMTT OAT. JOSEPH A. CILL, Editor. COLBY. KANSAS THE POLITE BURGLAR. Tour watch, sir, please, ana your iUw spoons" The Distol was at his head "And remove the gold from .your pantaloons," The burglar polite? said, 1 have no gold," said the wakened man, "And no watch-or cash have L" "Well, then," smiled tho other, "as fast as yo can You had better prepare to die ! n am in no hurry," the burglar said: "If you'd like to fix your hair. Or shave yourself, ere you're filled with lead Til wait in this easy-chair. You had better stick la the mirror rim A nice little good-bye note, And mention your favorite funeral hymn. And the cut of your burial coat. "And then the directions, if so you pleas. For your obsequies might be writ, Togetherwlth such like pleasantries As flowers kindly omit.'" j "Mr. Burglar, in spite of your call to-night. Both refined and polite you are; And while my final letter I write. Won't you p...

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. — 19 April 1888

fil l.c--fV ..'V. 'J." fcfcX B ? ., , . . SKK1rwBBWai;,,2S - ?- '-2lSi jrfe f asS COUNT V ' . . . -""' . t V - Uf .v. - : w ,,. tr Thomas X M Jh Lt& 4 .,-- -i . Ki 11 - J VOL. IV. NO. 6. COLBY. THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS. THURSDAY, APRIL 19. 188. TEN PAGES. f 1-50 PER YEAR. Si UAT V'- it" 1 ! I WANTED ! 1000 KEN To know that we make loans on First Class EiRM AN D CITY PROPERTY.' Rates as low as the lowest. .No delay. Call at our office on South Franklin Ave., Colby, Kansas. ROARK & WILSON. B. J. WOODRUFF. New Goods, New Goods. Low Prices. Our Stools of DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, FURNISH ING GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, ETC., For the summer trade is now complete. Our stock of DRESS . GOODS! A AND TRIMMINGS, WHITE GOODS, PARASOLS, FANS, LACES, SUMMER SHAWLS, EMBROIDERIES, ETC., was never before as large, and we were never before able to make as low prices as now. We have just received a new supply of Shoes and Slippers, in all grades and sizes, and will offer better bargains than ever...

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. — 19 April 1888

COUNTy IfalW'LlI Thomas Cat r VOL.MV. NO. 6. COLBY. THOMAS COUNTY; KANSAS. THURSDAY. APRIL i9 iSSi. TEN PAGES. $1.50 PER YEAR. im $ m Mi "si-. 200,000 Acres of Land in Thomas County, CONSISTING OF UD P. PY LANDS, DEEDED SCHOOL LAND! AND TIIIB The laigest list in Thomas countv. Oity Pioperty vacant and inipjovcd LANDS, GIwESTEADS 3-CLAIMS. Also acie piopcrty in the additions Austiacts ot litle File and Toinndo Insmance. Farm Loans. McGOlTXGAL, SOIT & CO., COLBY, KANSAS. Plain Words from One Who Knows. FOURTH OF JULY! On and after this date (Api 11 I (1th). to July 4th. inclusive, anyone pur chasing goods of me in any line, consisting of Millinerj-, Dress Goods and Dress Trimmings of all kinds, Hosiery, Parasols, Fans, Notions, Etc., to the amount of &5 00, "w III be entitled to a ticket free of charge, in a drawing for a fine Di ess Pattern as first prize, :uul a $3.00 Hat as second prize. Dress 'attorn can be seen on application. Flat can he selected by winner. Pur chaser ai...

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. — 19 April 1888

wj ntty Aiwmmimmmmmmftm : X ?t a A,V W -5--? sx HVvr r ?&?,. :w t 5.f 3 VM ,'".3 ? "t'SWvtf v&r at .-v,1 & SSS f & m mw rsr aft. ta ifcv ;X w4 m h && - THOMAS COUNTY CAT. JOSEPH A. CILL, Editor. X)LBr. KANSA? AT SUNSET TIME. - The painted shadows fall From the church windows tall; Its pictured saints look down Upon the quaint old town, At sunset time. No tramp of horses' feet Disturbs the quiet street; The distant hill-tops seem Wrapt in a halcyon dream. At sunset time. A bird flits to and fro. Above the branches low. And sings in monotone Of joys forever flown, At sunset time. Strange shadows, floating, riie Across the evening sKies, As daylight wanes apace la this sequestered place, At sunset time. '.The glowing tints grow dim, And faintly, like a hymn Heard through the half-closed gate, They fade and it is late. At sunset time. Pale watchers! though the night Shall quench yon rays of light, Know that all sorrows cease. And troubling sinks to peace, At suns...

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. — 19 April 1888

FARM LOANS ! -(" - J- -JR-' I am now occupying my new office in the rear of the First National Bank, and I am prepared to offer " ,. . Farm Loans at a Low rate of Interest! And can furnish the Money the day of application. Call and see me. Yours respectfully, S. C. BRITTON. WATT FOR US. This Space Reserved fcr JOHN FOSTER & SONS, To advertise their stock of LUMBER, SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, AndAlLKindsof Building Material. THE THOMAS COUNT? CAT. JOSEPH A. GILL, Editor. WI -l--Wttaiv. '&&'M&-$r.iEZZ I -V "tJT3 J- 5F37 wtx rs -w r, i :ii ir -li : -i-fi.-iirA uur siock win De nere in a biiui- ef? 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 Dealer! ftND WNWEKTSWEK. Every pair of shoes is wan anted at Boe...

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. — 19 April 1888

te ' mis? .-&, 7pT yASSS' "J in : - Rt V i" lv K. f a & F THOMAS COUNTY OAT. JOSEPH A. CILL, Editor. COLBY. - - KANSAS. PLAYING SCHOOL, Hat-tat! on the table, and school has begun. .As I'm the tihole school, why, the class num bers one. The teacher's my own little girlie of five, .And as busy is she as a bee in a hire. My arms must be folded, and then I spell cat, .And other hard words that include rat and bat; J do quite impossible sums on the slate; .My name is put down then for coming In late. JFor somo fancied fanlt I am sent to the wall With an impatient gesture by this teacher small, .And then I'm forgiven with smiles very sweet; .A "good boy" again, I return to my seat. Tm the mostjstartling facts in geography told That Europe's in China, the torrid zone's cold! I'm scolded, I'm given a "good" ticket there, And all with a serious, occupied air. Ob, sweet are the lessons I learn every day From this tiny teacher! No truant I play, As I'm the whole class no rival I dread...

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. — 19 April 1888

m m MOVED Mfc J I v ' MY OFFICE TO BiSEMENT UNDER NEW BRICK ey "Ji V 4 i h 1 fc - j ' '- f Money Arrival an Departure of Mails to and from Colby. COLBY Si OAKLEY ROUTE. Arrives 6;15 i. m. dailj ; departs 9:30 a. m. daily. COLItV A. ODERLIN. Da'ly both wujs; Departs 7 n. in. Arrive- 0 p. m. COLBV & HOXIE. Arm es Mondaj s. Wednesday 3 and Fridays at 6 p. m. Departs TucmIjjs, Thursilajs and Saturdays at 7 a. m oi.nr WttOOD. Airnes Monday . Wednesdays and Fudai s. Departs Tne-dnj s. Thursday and Sutuiilajs at 0 a m. COI.1IV& FUSTI"'. Aiiie-TiiOu.i..anil SitturiJajs Depu ts 3f outlaw and J'!. days at S a. m. TJVFOX V CrFIC TIME TABLE.! BT! MIU'.U 2o i2. I ( ive Colby 10 T, a. m. Nor.Tir noifM). 3o."-l. Ariic-nt Colby at '.:4" p. in. OAKLET. l sT ltOOM. Ko 2'!lAii)e; at 11 -Via. :. No All, Airives at 11:10 i. in. 1 AST I5()U:.D. No 202, A rim- at .VS! a m. No 204. Arnes at ." 'I! t. in. No. 282. l.v- Colby W.OO, Ar O.iKIey 11-30 a. m No. 2il, L OaUIei ."):", ArColbj' G:-S'5 p. in....

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. — 19 April 1888

Sl'&lc⁢32d3Sai&l ' e-sr.r-3'--50J- - ariS(srs?i BseswcsaaSK: .vvC?- . '?4a 33g V- ' $-3 K&Sg y. -fe?SjVT'. i - " - & ' W Kt jC V? , '- i jrp '!&SjK&n$c ,-, - "V Krj,:'r3i?SK5E r&MHaB5P! sPT- ' 5s,?WS'fl,3BS2WI5I5 -V ' . -?"; " j - . . -w - " -- v.t.WvAv f. i. THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. OFFICIAL COUNTY AiTD CITY PAPEK. IstsitcO Vj Ibomas County Publbinjr Co., at Colbi, Ksoisas cvti Thursdaj of each week. JOSEPH A. CILL, Editor. County Republican Convention. AB6pubcan County Convention will be "held at th court house in the city of Colby, . Kansas,n Monday, April 23, 18fe8,for the pur pose of selecting four delegates and four al ternates to each of the following comentions respectively: Four delegates to the 6th con Fresatanal convention to'be held at Russell, Kan, on May 3d. Four delegates and four al ternates to the convention to select delegates to the national republican convention from the 6th congressional district, to be held at Oberlin, Kan., May...

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. — 19 April 1888

. 4 ' i,r l r;?Vf. 'J!- 4tS ft. F)-;z,Jj,'li 1 ?Ste3&rW J :2-j-r&rZ2z fr " Z?J&ZG S 'VCAi iv lavT'iSwisrj WOMAN'S DEPAETMENT. A MODERN MAIDEN. Tin a bad in philosophy's school, I heed not the thorns in life's roses; The life that is guided by rule In wisdom serenely reposes. Hot a man with his smile or his frown Makes my heart beat one atom the faster; Thro the world, from the king to the clown, I acknowledge no man as my master. There are plenty to smile when I smile. Or sadly to look when I'm grieving; Ah! little they think, all the while, I know they are only deceiving. Ji. man makes a very good slave. Like fire though a cause of disaster, "When once all deception you save By calling his lordship your master. Tis better 'mid flatterers to rove, If blandishments do not deceive yon Than to bask in the light of a love "Whose tenderness wins but to grieve you; Better live an unfettered old maid. And die like an autumn-dried aster, Than always to sigh in the shade Of a mas...

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. — 19 April 1888

srr4-. . w ipymy-f Bf.iV' P&8 f V r MX rU , -.. . ...... ... . ,,..,r- y.-i '. ,, , - "i - . 'K ""- ?' .r -THWWBiMWHHHH ; :? ?i? gmmrtWM V , l r if C 1 M tA X T V m; m L Mi m -& aK 'r ..IHfe WORDS OF ADMONITION. Ab Open Letter to the Plata Man Who .Despises Affectation. Plain Si: I have a sincere pity for your unfortunate case, and would al leviate your miseries if I could. But I fear you are beyond human help, so long as you insist upon being plain where other men are trying to be pol ished. The rough diamond is no doubt much iJetter than a piece of chalk; but in the matter of utility, the chalk is preferable to it, and as a gem, it is not likely to find as much popularity as its cut and finished brothers, Your estate is the more unhappy that outwardly you are the very embodi ment of content and peace-of-mind, while inwardly you are as ravening wolves and as a whited sepulcher. You go through life telling ua that your ways and habits and tastes are good enough for you; that...

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. — 19 April 1888

-"V! 'v. ,nre.?-5a--.., ?Tau.jysysi. a'- .. .jfiyrrawF' w w v?ti r? ?r wc3 -- v ! "3 i -?. .- s BMNMaaaMsr JlfH,, rd'bim; E 7a- - "- Mir - NOTICE! '. ?S '. fel - '5 r vm?v Parties wishing to purchase tickets in the South Park Drawing and we wish to make settlement with our agents on that date. GRANDITIZENS'iBALL. W&V5 ;C?2 r. Wednesday Evening, April 1888, at Armory Hall. 25. CCoinmittec on invitation: J. B. Mc Gpnigal, Dr. J. H. Martin and E. A. Hall. Coramittre on programme: David Zerwckii, B. J. Woodruff and 6. H. Eaub. Committee on reception: Dr. C. E. Corporan. W. P. Sullivan, W. 8. Willcox on, C. A. Bebne and H. Carpenter. Floor managers: R. M. McGonigal, C. C. Siggins and S. C. Britton. As this will probably end the dancing season, a full attendance is expected. Every gentleman is expected to be ac companied by a ladv. MASONIC BANQUET- The A. F. & A. M.v, of this city, will open up in their fine new hall on Friday night, May 4th, with a grand Masonic banquet. Everythi...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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