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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 9 August 1888

"gsfc my1 - -i f-fii ,.-tni - - - W),,, 5-JJs- ) "i, ' ,u FARM AND CHATTEL LOANS. ON THE MOST FAVORABLE TERMS! I can make you a SMALL loan ! I can make you a LAJiGE loan ! I can make you a loan for A LONG TIME ! I can make you a loan for A short time ! I can make you a farm loan and give you the privilege of paying off any amount you desire, from $25.00 up to the amount of your loan, and stop interest on all you pay before due without extra charge ! I can make you a loan with the interest payable only once a year ! I can make you a loan so that you will only have to pay six per cent, interest until the end of five years. The remaining four per cent, is paid on this plan at the close of the loan. This is believed to be the most favorable loan made in this country. I can make you a loan with only one straight mortgage. I can and will make you a fair and square loan if I deal with you. as many of your neighbors who have dealt with me will testify. If while waiting for your farm loan yo...

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. — 9 August 1888

PPiH '-a-"ff3C?j rs V- WOMAN'S DEPARTMENT. WOMEN AND MONEY. The Capacity of the hex to I'aderfttand BtMlnrHH and Engago in FlnaacUl Traas ctiona. Our Girl lives from hand to mouth a "life of trust" far more pathetic than Muller ever knew or wrote of. If papa is in a good humor and easy in body and pursue, she gets money "on call." M one or all of thee conditions be want ing; she goes without it- She learns to dread the asking for it long before she leaves off short frocks, and as early learns to wheedle and maneuver to ob tain supplies. When she is married the difficulty become a complication. Papa owed her a living, legally and naturally. John is transmogrified from the suitor, whose joy and pride found inadequate expression in lavish gifts, into the judicious (and judicial) holder of the family purestrings. "Pin money" with the average wife means that she can not buy a row of pins ex cept with her husband's money and consent. She suffers humiliation in her own eye, and, she fancie...

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. — 9 August 1888

flj jgkmf-TT, w ! -4 "-"?'' w J' i 1 r i A . VK V f TSa- 3F : e j- THE SILO SIMPLIFIED. Preserving Fodder by Fackiaa; It so SB to Exclude All Air. Several years ago, and at different times, the theory was advanced that clover, cut green and packed in the barn, after being simply wilted, would keep sweet and come out bright in the winter. Many farmers tried it and most of them lost their hay. The mat ter was diheussed in the papers and at meetings of farmers, and many causes assigned for failure and as many direc tions given to be followed, but the plan was soon given up as a wild theory, and people concluded that it was best to follow the old injunction: -Make-hay while the sun shines." Next came the announcement that a Frenchman had discovered that green corn fodder could be packed in tight pits in the earth and kept sound and sweet. This was contrary to all former ideas and to the experience of farmers who had studied and labored in vain to keep corn fodder from rotting with all t...

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. — 9 August 1888

-i -.-sh -rrr SllgmfZ & SW-V J 5 : p- f . .-E r : vv? x SSW V V- As' ' M PALACE DRUG STORE.! MARTIN & HAMPTON, Proprietors. PAINTS, OILS, WALL PAPER, . WINDOW GLASS. TOUJT ABX1CLES, ETC., ETC One door south of PostoSce, Colby, : : : : Kansas. DHTTCS, MEDICI1TES, DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES. pharmacists. Orders cnn be left at the store for Dr. . C.EddyandDr.G.K.Stites. J 3 i JbJ""' yf'J V? Get-our photographs at VanEpps'. Open tills week. First class work guar anteed. County, Township and School warrants bought at Thomas Countv Bank. Photograph. Gallery open this week iinder charge of A. S. Steele, who does first class work. Buckeye Mowers and Reapers and all repairs at Colby Hardware Co. 14 Prices for photographs at VanEpps reasonable and vise. work. Open secon J week in each month. Where can I go to fet the most and est goods for the money? Why, to the Horseshoe Grocery, of course. The pro prietors, IVScCor mic & Bott, will take pleasure in showing you goods and giv ing prices ...

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. — 16 August 1888

-.. "; ??s?3!Swr - ;-ftVTYsir . , , jyVUi aMtWKSfe-!"" taaU0Haaama !?tS8 3fr ..f.4ft 3 3 f mtiA i M V -. . - 'sr t , v'iiv-Jl'fiF. . . ' 1 4 . 4 , ' .;. . r.XAU riMKUJU fiAMOfti COUNTy mc as ,in Thomas Cat. n " MP"1 ? t 1 SB ft " -" VOL. IV. NO. 23. COLBY. THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY. AUGUST 16, 188S. H.50 PER YEAR. I 1 TAKE TIME ! To call on MUSSON & FERGUSON, AT fiiin COLBY, KAS., Before leaving your application for A FARM LOAN. Our rates are the lowest, our terms the most accommodating. We make our own inspections, fill our own papers, and complete our own loans, use our own money in making loans. , We give you the privilege of paying loan at any time. We collect and remit the interest free of charge. We are old at the business and have made a large number of loans in this county. Call on us. We can refer you to parties in your immediate neighborhood as to the way in which we conduct business. Cash ready as soon as final proof is received. Very respectfully, MUSSON & ...

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. — 16 August 1888

ii -"-fJ!. 4'i.-k,,..',,', 'Vf"""'" i n- rr s . ' i. j ' ! THOMAS COUNTY OAT. JOSEPH A. CILL, Editor. COLBY. KANSAS. DECLARED OFF. We've pliRhd trotli; the day is set; Tbere Is no fairer bride than she, Than I no fonder lover, yet Thmt match is destined not to be. An awful bar is in the way. For though I've wealth in goodly store And can not fear a rainy day. Her name is Rica, and my name's Poor! "Why did I never think of this To save her from so dire a fat And from a lifelong wretchedness? For she was reared in high estate. How very dreadful would it be For one so gentle to endure The taunts of those who'd say that she, Who once was Rich, had wedded Poor! Then "A Poor-Rich Affair" we'd sea In every paper, and the wits Would set to punning busily. The public laughing at their hits; I'll call the invitations in. However much I must deplore, I'd rather, just to save the din. She'd still be Rich and I'd be Poor. A. H. Btllaw, in Dttrolt Free Prt$$. SUPERSTITION KAMPANT All Sorts of Peo...

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. — 16 August 1888

v srr- ?"?'i vT9sz&'-rJ' , -fj. V 3BE-.-- -7T ' f&rfx'r' -MP" ' i -vj-7a'wytj5 ff?P3S55?!P i " 'jpi - I u l rc THOMAS COUNTY CAT. JOSEPH A. GILL, Editor. coi.Br. - - - KANSAS THE OVERLAND TRAIL. Ort r the sage-brush desert gray Through all.ali patches pale. It stretches, away and away and away The wearj Overland Trail. Where those who I olio wed have smoothed the path For the track of the Iroa horse. Between the rock and around the hilts It threads its sinuous course. And"ever the wagon tracks diverge Like strands of a parted skein .And anon the old trail straightens out And rathe rs them in again. Who runs may read as he speeds along, Its record of blood and tears; May see dim specters, wan and worn The ghotts or the anished years. These deep worn tuts that dnidc the bank At this dry arroyo's brink Still tell of the awful, maddening thirst - Of the beasts that rushed to drink; Itushed down to drink, too oft, alas. To find but a bed of dust, Or hero and there a sunken pool W...

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. — 16 August 1888

'. ii VSSal ET THE lHUMAb tUuJMI IAI. OFFICIAL COUNTY AND CITY PAPER. Issued ty Tbomas County Publshing Co., at Colby, Kansas every Thursday of each week. JOSEPH A. GILL, Editor. Republican Ticket. For President, BENJAMIN HARBISON. Of Indiana. Vice-President, LEVI P. MORTON, Of New York. FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. At Large EUGENE F. WARE At Large JOHN L. WALLER Hrat District ALONZO W. ROBINSON fiomtoinicrHpt FRANK R. OGO Third District THOMAS P. ANDERSON Fourth District J0I?N. MU&ES Fifth District D. A. VALENTINE 3ixth District J. D. X?SP!th Seventh District E.L. CHAPMAN For Congressman, E. J. TURNER. OUR NEXT STATE OFFICIALS. THE HEI'L'IJLICAN TICKET. For Governor, LYMAN U. HUMPHREY, of Independence. For Lieutenant Governor, ANDREW J. FELT, of Seneca. For Secretary of State, WILLIAM HIGGINS, or Topeka. For State Treasurer, JAMES W. HAMILTON, of Wellington. For State Auditor, TIMOTHY MCCARTHY, of Larned. For Attorney General, L.D. KELLOGG, of Emporia. For State Superintendent, P...

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. — 16 August 1888

FARM AND CHATTEL LOANS. i ON THE MOST FAVORABLE TERMS! M'J -.- iM: "Ha 'Urm; I can make you a SMALL loan ! I can make you a LARGE loan ! I can make you a loan for A LONG TIME ! I can make you a loan for A SHORT TIME ! I can make you a farm loan and give you the privilege of paying off any amount you desire, from $25.00 up to the amount of your loan, and stop interest on all you pay before due without extra charge ! I can make you a loan with the interest payable only once a year ! I can make you a loan so that you will only have to pay six per cent interest until the end of five years. The remaining four per cent, is paid on this plan at the close of the loan. This is believed to be the most favorable loan made in this country. I can make you a loan with only one straight mortgage. I can and will make you a fair and square loan if I deal with you. as many of your neighbors who have dealt with me will testify. If while waiting for your farm loan you need some money on chattels, I alw...

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. — 16 August 1888

- 3 V m bis I WOMAFS DEPAfiTMENT. ONLY A WOMAN. Ocl- a ww can : A delicate woman ! Who starts at the sight of a mouse; Whose weight is four-score (Not many pounds more). A:id yet what a power in the house. Calmly, serenely, she orders her household With almost a soldierly drill; From chaos she's bringing. Yet al" the whiie singing. Sweet order, her part to fulfil. Only a woman! a soft-hearted woman. Whose bright teare are ready to flow; And yet, nhose small hand Is made to command In her womanly sphere here below. Small things may try her and ruffle her temper. And yet w ith great trials she'll rise, , And shame even man. With borne well-derited plan 'Dial must haic dropped down from the skies. Only a woman! a far-sijbted woman. Who struct to make wn of her boys, Who read, their young hearts. The while she imparts True principle in with their joys. Training h?r daughters their constant com panion Softly leading them each by the hand, Teaching them truths In their innocent jouth. Tha...

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. — 16 August 1888

-m Cat Supplement. THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1888. See Taylor & Smith for a farm loan. Judge M. L. Lacey was in on final proof business last week. Mrs. K. L. Chambers, of Colby, is visit ing with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Yates. General Alvin P. Hovey is the republi can nominee for Governor of Indiana. He is a strong man. A wagon load of watermelons were brought to town last week. The whole load was disposed of at once. Miss Emma Ball of Beatrice. Neb", sis ter of R. G. Ball. E-sq.. of this city arriv ed here some ten days ago and will make Colbv her future home. Smith Lawrence was in from Quickville Saturday and reports the republicans of that township up and doing. Smith is stirring around lively himself these times Col. S. S. Reynolds of Grainiield, Gove Co., was nominated on the 9th inst. for state senator from the 40th district by the democratic convention. An empty honor. G. P. Clark of Mattoon, a friend of Win. Baldwin bought three-quarter sec tions of the Carter farm no...

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. — 16 August 1888

!jfR1 fW Tlie Hoxie Club is a dandy. A magnificent rain fell oa Wednesday night. Good meals served at all hours at the Rock Island Restaurant. Our streets were literally crowded Tuesday afternoon and evening. Hon. M. A. Chambers, of Hoxie, was in attendance on the convention. Mr. J. Frazier, editor of the La Crosse Chieftain, .made us a visit while in the city attending the convention. Mr. A. R. Smutz, of Chejenne county, and a delegate to the convention, visited our office several times during the week. Charles Behne of the G rand Central, who has been visiting at his former home in Seneca, Kans.. returned on Friday. Hon. M. P. Isenberg.of Millbrook, Kas , chairman senatorial committee, 40th dis trict, was in attendance at the conven tion. John Hargrave, of La Crosse. Ru-h count-. Kas., who was a candidate for the nomination for senator, attended the convention Hon.. J. Waltei Wilson, of Oberlin,onc of the best and most forcible campaign speakers in northwest Kansas attended the co...

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. — 16 August 1888

C--s-v? v J V f LI M WASTED SUNBEAMS. A SacCMtire Article on the Snnsttlae Wasted on Hoasa-Tope. The relation of sunshine and oxygen to health -was not at all understood tv century and a half ago. Xo one knew that it was the oxygen of the air that purified the venous blood of its effete matter, and that the same element was absorbed by the corpuscles and con veyed through every part of the sys tem for use in its complex chemical processes. No one knew the disin fecting power of oxygen out of the body, nor, until quite recently, that the sunshine itself was one ol the most valuable disinfectants in nature. Within la'.e years we have learned that ccnUgious diseases are vastly more curable and les liable to spread, when treated in shelter-tents than in our homes or hospitals: and we are more and more caring for the ventila tior. of our dwellings and school-houses and churches, preferring tho sunny side of our houses for sleeping-rooms. We are building cur cities with wider streets and ...

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. — 16 August 1888

,&t,yw- -!., -y ; ( i !fcM.'!lStoMiiM'WW"W a&WiWiaMiatfaABgtwiirT-gMaearwg'i wwsgrgttgr'wgs''sVais -tf,!B -r -i -VU T-? m-- ;v .f4-A". A -j" 1 tt . ' 2 PALACE DRUG STORE. MARTIN & HAMPTON, Proprietors. PAINTS, OILS, WALL PAPER, WINDOW GLASS, TOILET ARTICLES, ETC., ETC One door south of Postoce, DRUGS, DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIE8. AU medicines guaranteed pure and fresh. Prescrip tions carefully compounded at all hours by competent pharmacists. Orders can be left at the store for Br. V. C. Eddy and Dr. 6. K. Stites. I Colby, ; Kansas. ;. Delinquent Taxes. YEAH 1RST. OFFICE OF COUNTY TREASURER, COLBT, THOMAS COUNTY, KAS. July 10, 1888. Notice is hereby given that the taxes for the year J8ST on the following described tracts of land ntd town lots ore now due and unpaid and if the same be not paid before the first Tuesday in September, 188S, I will on that day, and the next succeeding days, at the county Treasurer's office, in the city of Colby, Thom as county, Kansas proceed to sell...

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. — 23 August 1888

fth. ..; -( 3 9K$?ssr t3J!?SA.-rJPJ3( cars1 i v "iai7v" v -n " " " i i "CjErF -.ai. j. g. .- ;v J,( suvn.-f . -rv ? V COUNTy Thomas Cat. : r- r VOL. IV. NO. 24. COLBY. THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS. THURSDAY. AUGUST 23, 1888. $1.50 PER YEAR. FSP BmBBhAs TAKE To MUSSON &' AT iW COLBY, Before leaving your application for A FARM LOAN. Our rates arc the lowest, our terms the most accommodating. We make our own inspections, fill our own papers, and complete our own loans, use our own money in making loans. We give 30U the privilege of paying loan at any time. We collect and remit the interest free of charge. We are old at the business and" have made a large number of loans in this county. Call on us. We can refer you to parties in your immediate neighborhood as to the way in which we conduct business. Cash ready as soor. as final proof is received. Very respectfullv, MtfSSON &. FERGUSON. JOHN FOSTER & SONS, DEALERS IN Lumber, Sash, Doors, BLINDS, AND ALL KINDS OF BUILDINC MATERIAL. o...

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. — 23 August 1888

5H??S5?!5J59j5'! t-s. THOMAS COUNTY OAT. JOSEPH A. GILL, Editor. COLBY. KANSAS THE M'TTEN. Simpson Green I bate like smoke, We was arter the same gal, Ias' nite in a crowd he spoke, Thar was Zeb, an Cy, an' AI, "Boys," set he, "I've got a joke On Uztah Pllkin s Sal Gin him the mitten." How he beard It I don't know. Then they turned their lafs on me,. "Boys." sezl, "what Sim said's so." He was tickled, I could see. "Sim 'n I wuz both her beau. Let me tell ye jes' how she Gin me the mitten. "We wuz thar in one o' them swing At the picnic, Sat'day week, Seemed as if we went on wings Back'n forruds like a streak; To my arm she up 'n clings With a han' thet I saw peek Through a silk mitten. 'Couldn't b'lic e that It wuz me, I wuz sure thet she wuz her. They quit pushin' us, yit we We went funic r 'n more fur. Jus' like flyin' it seemed to be. An' my heart all ov a stir With 'at ban' 'n mitten! Sal," I said, "ef I could fly This-a way through life with you I 'ud nevet want to die. Tell me...

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. — 23 August 1888

Sf 1 $ I ) ?. J THOMAS CODHTT CAT. - JOSEPH A. GILL, SsUtor. COLBY. KANSAS. TO A CHILD. Oh. my cluld, mj pure and perfect man-child, With the light of Heaien in your eyes, JUid your yellow hair lilte glory resting O'er a face so angel-sweet and wise ! Oh. my child, I hold your hand and tremble When I think of all that you must meet On the way, where there is naught to guide you Save my clouded eyes and stumbling feet. All the nobleness that sleeps within you Waits my touch to waken into grace; Ah, the man you will be haunts my future With reproach, not love, upon his face! 1b the gardener not appalled and daunted When he sees but lifeless twigs, and knows That witnin the bare, brown things there slum bers. Waiting for his waking hand, the rose! So I fear, from fingers all unskillful. Some rude touch your perfect growth may mar; If the prunin;-knife slip but a little. You must carry, all your life, a sear. Oh. my child, unknown, unconscious currents Meet and mingle in your young, war...

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. — 23 August 1888

V-Ki'??'! 1 ses:wrafW,-; v. . , - " - i ir. j r f . f-' ' -A THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. OFFICIAL COUNTY AND CITr.PAPEB. Issued bj Tbomas County Publshingr Co., at Colby, Kansas ca ery Thursday of each week. JOSEPH A. GILL, Editor. Republican Ticket. Tor President. BENJAMIN HARRISON. Of Indiana. Vico-rrcsidtnt, LEVI P. MORTON, Of New York. FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. At Lanre EUGENE F. ware AtLaree JOHN L. WALLER Rponnrt District FRAnR R. OOu -TTWrd District. ... THOMAS P. ANDERSON wSShDSTnet nJAHAlMFANTNE Fifth District D. A. ALETJftb Sixth Disi net J. 11. McGONIGAL Seventh District E.L. CHAPMAN For Congressman, E. J. TURNER. State Senator 40th District, HILL P. WILSON. OUR NEXT STATE OFFICIALS. THE REPUBLICAN TICKET. For Governor, LYMAN U. HUMPHREY, of Independence. For Lieutenant Governor, ANDREW J. FELT, of Seneca. ForSccretarj of State, WILLIAM HIGGIKS, of Topeka. For State Treasurer, JAMES W. HAMILTON, of Wellington. For State Auditor, TIMOTHY MCCARTHY, of Larned. For Attorney Gener...

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. — 23 August 1888

( $ . v H " - J FARM AND CHATTEL LOANS. ON THE MOST FAVORABLE TERMS! I can make you a SMALL loan ! I can make you a LARGE loan ! I can make you a loan for A LONG TIME ! I can make you a loan for A SHORT TIME ! I can make you a farm loan and give you the privilege of paying off any amount you desire, from $25.00 up to the amount of your loan, and stop interest on all you pay before due without extra charge ! I can make you a loan with the interest payable only once a year ! I can make you a loan so that you will only have to pay six per cent, interest until the end of five years. The remaining four per cent, is paid on this plan at the close of the loan. This is believed to be the most favorable loan made in this country. I can make you a loan with only one straight mortgage. I can and will make you a fair and square loan if I deal with you. as many of your neighbors who have dealt with me will testify. If while waiting for your farm loan you need some money on chattels, I always hav...

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. — 23 August 1888

-fJ S-1 .V3vf y , A tSuJS? rf ' k F WOMAFS DEPARTMENT, I iivouaj. I THE WORLD'S GOOD WOMEN. Good women ate as sentinels ; in the darkest of earth's aight . Tfcey hold mth stout hearts. silently. We s rat- posis toward the light Abu at Go4 Almish'y's roll call, 'xnozg the hosts that answers -Here," The voices or good women sound strong, and sweet, and clear. Good women are DraTe soldiers: ia thickest of the light They stand with stout hearts patiently, saha. tied for the right. And tbo' no blare of trumpets or roll of dram is heard. Good women, the world OTer, are an army o. the Lord. Good women save the nation, tho they bear not sword nor gun; Their panoply js nffhteoascess; their will with Gt-d's as one. Each ia her single person rerealing- God on earth. Knowins that to, and only so, is any life o. worth. Dost talk of woman's weakness! I tell you that this hour The weight of this world's future depends upon their power. And doxn the track of ages, a time's flood tides are told. The...

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