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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 23 August 1888

golden, light yellow. Afeft.nde SMiigSJf'iye Cat Supplement. THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 1888. New goods at J. P. Bayha's the Colby Stationer. A meeting of the Union Labor parly leaders was held in Colby on Saturday last. Fine line dreis goods, new patterns, at New York Store. 24tf Car load of new furniture arrived this week at Niskern's Furniture Store. Everybody wants one of those receipt books ut the Colby post office. Price 10 cents. lw Mr. B. L. Hawley, of Gresham. Nebr., arrived in the city last week He called and paid his compliments to the Cat. C. H. Ogilvie, of Kingery township, was in the city on Saturday last, and we had the pleasure of meeting him and forming his acquaintance. Mr. and Mrs Ed. Pickari. of Kingery township, last week, lost their infant son Frank.aged six weeks. The family have the sympathy of the entire neighborhood. An exchange puts it thusly: "The year 8teen8t8 will be a hard one on the figure 8, likewise the candida8 will sure ly have to liquida8 if he ofllcia...

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. — 23 August 1888

andcalamitle in.threcuuu. ill ai. -.... I fa affmM ai.arallinanBVMl..lW . L3.1- --. 1 Unhnrt I C. A. R The National encampment will convene J in the city of Columbus, Ohio, on the 12th day of September. The grand parade will take place on the 11th day of Sep tember. Thi 3 encampment will assemble in the centre of the territory which fur nished the great body of the Unian sol diery, and it is believed that it will be the largest encampment ever held under the auspices of the grand army of the repub lic, and comrades Avill have a better op portunity to meet their comrades of yore than they ever had before. It is expec ted that the iates will be very low, not to exceed one cent per mile, making the rate from Missouri river points about 813 00 for the round trip, and these ticket it ' is understood will be good for 550 days, enabling comrades to visit their friends and their old homes of boyhood days. The State re-union will be held in To peka the first week in October, and every arrang...

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. — 23 August 1888

$& &S?T"9i4j s&r R i?f5 -Win J ."'- -ESartg- 1 i cubTbt -- gT-.-asv aswEiT:sjngt.j' ine& --bry-""- .. s " n r t-,- i.,'w a7, ---- s- . mh-jwi - tf- -a 'bjle r-'-arwrriP- v 3K W.V -"T E"-r Sl1- - - - 5 A ' " fj , J vra- -r ' c - ,' , . tT. v'HmwutfV eJT i V9k rfTiSfeftiF- i'VSfC V-I'-' 3, - 4HX,E ' ' -V- " "I'vJLSWi 4.VlSa?r .?W ' : T - Kl K. r v SMOKERS. Bay Small Boxes sad Do Not Light-Colored Clears. " Have you noticed the change that hate come over the trade respecting the standard cigar box?" asked a leading dealer of a reporter recently. "Not very many years ago the standard box held one hundred cigars. Now the standard holds but fifty, and the still smaller box holding but twenty-five is rapidly pushing to the front. Is this not accounted for on the principle that as nations become more civilized the coins in use become sub-divided to meet the demands of a more diversified trade? May it not come from a lean ing towards a fresh cigar? When one man attempts to co...

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. — 23 August 1888

. V -JUL I' J- .i ----,14;" TT?7 PALACE DRUG STORE. MARTIN & HAMPTON, Proprietors. PAINTS, OILS, WALL PAPER, WINDOW GLASS. TOILET ARTICLES, ETC., ETC One door south of Postofice, DHUGS, MEDXCXNSS, DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES. AH medicines guaranteed pure and fresh. Prescrip tions carefully compounded at all hours by competent pharmacists. Orders can be left at the store for Dr. V. C. Eddy and Dr. G. K. Stites. J I Colbt, : : : A2raAB. tg"- fey Ilk Delinquent Taxes. TEAR 1MT. OFFICE OF COUNTY" TREASURER, Colbt, Thomas Cocsty, Kas. July 10, 1888. Notice is hereby siren that the taxes for the year 1887 on the following described tracts of land and town lots ore now due and unpaid and if the same be not paid before the lirst Tucscay in September, lae0. 1 will on that day, and the neAt succeeding days, at the county treasurer's office, in the city of Colby, Thom as county, Kansas, proceed to &ell so much of each tract of land or town lot ns may be nec essary to pay the taves thereon for ...

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. — 30 August 1888

.- ? " -r 7"" w-jir "-?tt '"fj. HS "? fer ''' " f kta TMBMEIWWIWrMBegkJM "- fi M'arMII.,.-g3WWM. t'iaFtk " 'J Thomas Gat. Pl1 Wl VOL. IV. NO. 25. COLBY. THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS. THURSDAY. AUGUST 30, 1888. 1.50 PER YEAR. ,-?" TJt M, 1' ft lr HtWasssssiiiiiiiIiJ Pi TAKE TIME! To til call on MUSSON & FERGUSON, AT lis (Jin ni, 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, aad complete our own loans, use our own money in making loans. We give 3-ou the privilege of paying loan at an 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 & FERCUSON. MEG'S LUCK. A STORY OF COLBY RELATING WHY A P...

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. — 30 August 1888

llV'S-f ---lr -" - ?MfS'r" . vs ri -, - . ? 4, THOMAS COUNTY OAT. JOSEPH A. CILL, Editor. COLBY. KANSA THE OLD STORY. Von may call it flirtation, or what not. But I don't see that I was to blame. Dow could I know that you loved me, When you never once mentioned the same! Tve walked in the starl'ght with many. And have risked my life on the bay. Yet among them I've never found any But had something decided to say. You thought that your silence had told met The silence that's golden we've heard; But the girl or to-day prefers silver. Coined into words sw eet and absurd ; There are lovers whom there's no mistaking, Whose language leaves no one in doubt: There are others who leav e one's heart ach ing For the word there's no living without. But since the sweet year has grown older, And you'te failed as a special pleader, Shall I be left out in the cold, sir. Because I was not a m'nd reader' You blame me, 1 think, without reason; If you really had something to say. What matters the time ...

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. — 30 August 1888

p I Si W THOMAS COUNTY CAT. JOSEPH A. CILL, Editor. COLBY. KANSAS QUIET WAYS ARE BEST. -What's the use or worrying, Of hurrying. And scurrying, Erery body flurrying And breaking up their rest? "When eery thing is teaching us, Preaching, and beseeching us. To settle down and end the fuss, For quiet ways are best. The rain that trickles down in showers A blessing brings to thirsty flowers, And gentle zephyrs gather up Sweet fragrance from each brimming cup. There's ruin in the tempest's path; There's ruin in a voice of wrath; And they alone are blest Who early leant to dominate Themselves, their violence abate. And prove by their serene estate That quiet ways are best. ' Nothing's gained by worrying, By hurrying , And scurrying; With fretting and with flurrying The temper's of tea lost. And in pursuit of some small prize We rush ahead, and are not wise. And find the unwonted exercise A fearful price has cost, 'Tis better far to join the throng That do their duty right along; Reluctant...

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. — 30 August 1888

ff" V Ill II 1 V4 && - v j-VAt-"- -''J'''wMftKa'tai THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. OFFICIAL COUNTY AND CITf PAPER. Issued ly Thomas County Publshing Co., at Colby, Kansas c cry Thursday of each v. eek. JOSEPH A. GILL, Editor. Republican Ticket. For President, BENJAMIN HARRISON. Of Indiana. Vice-President, LEVI P. MORTON, Of New York. FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. At Lanre EUGENE F. WARE JVtLarpe JOHN L. WALLER Pirst District ALONZO W. ROBINSON Second District FRANK R. OGG Third District.. .. TH03IAS P. ANDERSON Fourth District .. .. JOHN M ADDEN Fifth District D. A. VALENTINE Sixth District J. U. McGONIGAL Seventh District E.L. CHAPMAN For Congressman, E. J- TURNER. State Senator 40th District, HILL P. WILSON. OUR NEXT STATE OFFICIALS. THE GREAT FLOPPER. A treat- which was negotiated be tween Great Britain and the United States concerning the fisheries of the Atlantic was sent to the Senate by the president for confirmation. The Senate rejected it because it faded to remedy the evils n...

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. — 30 August 1888

"WjfW-i -Wftf r" Sfla?s'"5''m3V'jrv x-j(f,, 1 1 ---.- - iwiinan. tnw-mv? w. . w- gw-niWtwctBa,rerwMBiia'a r ' ' a.i'.f -:iib)' FARM AND CHATTEL LOANS. ON THE MOST FAVORABLE TERMS I 'CW lean 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 paving 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 J I can make you aloan 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 s-rairht mortgage. I can and will make you a fair and square loan if I deal with you. as many of your neighbors who...

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. — 30 August 1888

f WOMAN'S DEPARTMENT. WOMAN'S LOG.'C. The KsponIbilltT or Suffraire mm Viewed ly h Motbex Beuou War Woiaea Should Vote. . Thero is an old adage, "If you want a thing well done, do it yourself." If suffrage is a duty, should not intelli gent and conscientious women attend lo it for themselves rather than leave it to many less capable persons? Though men often fee! participation in politics a burden, has nny man every been dis franchised from choice? It is quite true that there are many women who do not yet dosirc to vote, not yet hav ing been educated to consider it their right and duty to do so; but the time ia within the recollection of many when the pro-slavery advocates claimed that many of the negroes were unwilling to be freed. Many women hug their chains from about the same motives. But, as it is quite true that there are men who neglect to vote, it follows of course that women could also who failed to appreciate the sacredness of the duty. The fact, however, that many men neg...

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. — 30 August 1888

It.isaxrreat.miatake,.when youare, lW1.ite h eori-ecilv renroduee in I ? " ,. V . A, . T "T "" iiwiiirttnou)riecaji(aiLieproauce)6mj .Jjiot delicate in kind, and they soon Adea others. Cat Supplement. THURSDAY, AUGUST 30, 1888. Normal school closes this week. I. N. Hitchcock of Lacey was in the city Monday. Postmaster Win. Archer was seen on our streets on Monday. Mr. A. G. Van Petten returned from an extended visit to friends in Illinois on Saturday last. A heavy shower Monday with the sun shining on all sides of the city was an incident of the day. The tenth annual Sunday School con vention of Decatur county will be held at Oherlin, Sept. 12 and 13. Mr. H. H. Miller has our highest re gards for remembering us with a luscious watermelon on Friday last. It met with a hearty welcome at our hands. The longest knife our office supports wouldn't begin to make an impression on the mam moth production, and we had to don a uniform and tackle it with a sword. Last week the name of C. B. Dak...

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. — 30 August 1888

-v, . ' Mb See F. C. Finnerty for chattel loans. Fine job work at reasonable rates at Cat office. Agricultural implements ot all kinds at Meglemrie's. She is a thing of beauty and a joy for ever the girl with the pug nose. Dressmakers say that the women of today are larger than their mothers. Hus-, bands of today recognize the statement as a fact. County, Township and School warrants bought at Thomas County Bank. McGonigal wants to sell or trade his Red Bud Ranch, 6 miles northwest of Colby, 800 acres, with the best of modern improvements, including the stock of cows, calves, mares and colts. A good chance to get hold of the foundation for one of the best starts in the west. 22 "We this week add the name of Charles Yail to our announcement list, as a can didate for count' commissioner from the 2nd district. Mr. Vail is well and favor ably known to all our citizens a a suc cessful and competent farmer and busi ness man. He would make an excellent and safe commissioner and would if no...

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. — 30 August 1888

"SKT v-aps.-; 1T6yiK,IV & &Xt :i &; k 5 If ITs. '! -i ABOUT RED NOSES. Cataaeoos Disorders of the Face Pro doced by Lacing and Gluttoay. A very common error is the belief that a red nose or chin, and pimples or; blossons " about that part of the face, are the result of hard drinking, and are always indicative of that vice. With many persons this is the case. The acceleration of the movement of the heart, the rapid heating of the body and slow weakening of the blood, three of the chief result of the use of alcohol upon the sysiem, too often find expressions in the unsightly symptoms mentioned, as well as others more te rious. These symptoms often arise from other and very different causes. In some instance-, exposure to the sun light will produce results hardly dis tinguishable from thoe of alcoholic indulgence, and more especially with those with impure blood, or whose habits have not been marked by the regularity demanded by health. Tight lacing or even the mere wearing...

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. — 30 August 1888

sSfcsSSs SC GO TO AND MERCHANT TAILOR, For Clothing, Hats and Caps, Boots, Shoes and Furnishing Goods. BRICK BLOCK COLBY, KANS. n SHIMP. the Clothier, DHTTGS, MEDICIXTES, DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES. AH medicines jftiaranteed pure and fresh. Prescrip tions carefully compounded at all hours by competent pharmacists. Order can be left at the store for Dr. . C. Eddy and Dr. G. K. Stites. PALACE DRUG STORE. MARTIN & HAMPTON, Proprietors. PAINTS, OILS, WALL PAPER, ' WINDOW GLAS?, TOILET ARTICLE?, ETC., ETC One door south of Post office, Colby, : : : KassasI Delinquent Taxes. YE Alt 1837. OFFICE OF COUNTT TKEASUREK, Colby, Thomas County, Kas. July 10, 1888. Xotice is hereby jrlvcn that the taxes for the year 188" on the following described tracts of land and town lots are now due and unpaid and if the same be not paid before the first Tuesday in September, 1888, 1 will on that day, and the next succeeding days, at the county treasurer's office. In the city of Colby, Thorn a county, Kansas, pr...

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. — 6 September 1888

rvcj"-- eBS" Tj?? "v rsF- n Vss' rw,,4 A. -f Q . ' wwBMiijaapWMawffawBp8W m , immeuMSwi t r iMwtn-jWii u.ytgija - -jre - ft Cat. Thomas h u r VOL. IV. NO. 26. COLBY, THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 6, 1888. 1.50 PER YEAR " 4fgrsj!- ,s I PuU Si Bl aVtaVHaflLl As V - O. H. Martin, President. I IN lilllilllili PAID UP CAPITAL, $50,000. Directors : 4 O. H. Martin, W. S. Willcoxon, Joseph A. Gill, James S. Warden, V- t E. A. Hall, W. H. Couelantl. C. E. Corporan. t lyTfBBllMlKiaMfl -Does a general banking business, Duys and sells exchange home JL" iinfw.nn m dnosits, deals in county andschool bonds, and auu "B" f ""'r'"r f pays special attention to the payment 01 I3TA complete set of abstracts of bank. Office hours, 9 a. m. to 12 m.; 1 L. L. McCohmick. HEAR YE! Mccormick Have something to say, k If you want Six lbs. Coffee for S 1 .OO. Warrantor! Flourfor S1.O0. Highest Price for your produce. Prompt, Courteous Attention. m Good Fresh Goods at Lowest Prices. Fruits and Vegetab...

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. — 6 September 1888

nFSg0 Uu.LtJat ifikrs i THOMAS COUNTY OAT. JOSEPH A. CILL, Editor. COLBY. KANSAS SALLY UNDER THE APPLE-TREE. Oh! the Jolly old apple-tree. With Sally standing under. Holding her little apron wide, To catch the rosy plunder! The while Jack shades with mlRht and na'a Till apples, ripe and mellow, Come pouring down, a ruddy rain, For Jack's a sturdy fellftw. Tnen Sally'lifu her flower-like face, Framed in a pink sun-bonnet. And pays him in a fragrant kiss With all the bloom upon it. Oh: Sally under the apple-tree, My little darling pet! The sweetness of that kiss you gav3 My memory treasures yet. But years have come and years hae gone, And all the world grows older, And while our pockets till apace, Our empty hearts grow colder. I think of all the years have brought. The joys I've bought and pa'd for (For men must always foot the bills What else, pray, were they made for) A palace on Fifth avenue, A stylish clipper yacht, A hunting stud, a Tally-ho, The winning colt what not? A wife an...

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. — 6 September 1888

r" "v '? J " " W THOMAS COUNTY CAT. JOSEPH A. GILL, Editor. COLBY. KANSAS. BABY FAL. Dainty locks or gold brown hue, 32yea of purest, brighest blue, X. ps with budding kisses red, Cheeks that form a d'mpled bed, This, a fairy maiden gay Came into our home one day, .Stealing all our hearts away: BabyFaL She, a queen upon a throne, "Wields a scepter all her own. Papa, mamma, grandpa old. Uncles, aunties, manifold, .All to her their homage pay, AH are subject to her sway, Ruling in her own sweet way: Baby FaL Ah? the charm not understood, Ah 2 the wiles of babyhood. Who can tell the wondrous art. How she wins each loving heart. How she gladdens every day. Changing winter into May, Brightening all the future way? Baby FaL Ada 21. Simpton, in Good Houttletping. A NAKROW ESCAPE. Besieged By a Herd of Half-Wild Texas Cattle. The Danger of Hunting on Foot on the "Western Plains A Race for Life lirave Cowboys Hurry to the Rescue. One morning' in August, after vre had been at the Sierra La Sa...

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. — 6 September 1888

r -"&& -J-?-" t2PS3aKGrtrTKS, 3 '"? " "ViW'S:.iwvjS i.7 , mmmmm;m , j j , -1,- ai'-li-. VZ1 .1 l-AIJ ! l-g"". r J LB 'srSK - :? ts--- 5BarasTSsTSKl--?rW7S Tl THOMAS COUNTY CAT. OFFICIAL COUNTY AND CITY PAPER. Issued ty Tbomas County Publshing Co., at Colby, Kansas every Thursday of each week. JOSEPH A. CILL, 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 Law. JOHN L. WALLER Hrst District ALONZO W. RODINSON Second District FRANK R-OGG -Third District THOMAS P. ANDERSON Ftourth District JOHN MADDEN HfthDIstnct D. A. VALENTINE atrth District J'?P?USh Seventh District E.L. CHAPMAN For Congressman, E. J. TURNER. State Senator 40th District, HTLL P. WILSON. OUR NEXT STATE OFFICIALS. THE REPUBLICAN TICKET. -For Governor, LYMAN U. HUMPHREY, of Independence. For Lieutenant Governor, ANDREW J. FELT, of Suneca. For Secretary of State, WILLIAM HIGGINS, of Topeka. ...

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. — 6 September 1888

I in 1 111 nr&sm&rA T ,--$ ,. C 's?-.-'t Cat Supplement. THURSDAY, SEPT. G, 1888. J. F. Thompson, of the Selden Times, was in town Saturday. Our office was favored with a call. Mesrrs J. H. Wallace, of Lucey town ship, and McKee, of Kingery, called on our office on Saturday last. Judge Hayes, of Oberlin. was in Colby List week attending to the defense in the case of the State vs. J. T. Harris and Io na Harris. S. L. Wilson, editor of the Wallace Register. will be a candidate for the nom ination of State Representative from that county. Mr.' Wilson would make a fine representative. ' Sir. and Mrs. Samuel Yous-c spent a pleasant five days visiting various places of interest in Colorado last week. They report their mountain trip as enjoj able in even- particular, and brought back with them some fine specimens of ore of different kinds. Our old friend ,T. E. Meglcmre. Esq., of this city, received pleasant word from his father, Thomas Meglemre. in Missou ri, last week. He voted f...

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. — 6 September 1888

ms&mmi iSUSK.ThnmMWJefferson.-whe 1 ZSEXJzSZ. suluu kj. :zi. lH-O-144.. Hale township holds a republican meet ing at the Kingerj school house on the evening of September 8th. Everybody' invited. - ' . Mr. M. N. Campbell and family leave to-day in pursuit of several weeks enjoy ment visiting relatives and friends in central Illinois. Mr. Palmer Stedman, of Ohio, is visit ing the family of Mr. R. Waters, of Hale township. Mr. Stedman is highly pleased with Thomas county, lie is an uncle of Mr. Waters'. Mr. W. H. Cowgill, of Tobias. Nebr., and post master of that city, was in Col by during the week. Mr. Cowgil' owns land in Thomas county, and' thinks our county a goed place to tie to. Mr. C. W. Dart, who has for the past two years so faithfully discharged the duties assigned him as tinner in the Col by Hardware Store, has severed his con nection with that firm and accepted a po sition with D. A VanderpooLof Burling ton. Colo., an extensive dealer in Hard ware. Mr. and Mrs. Dart sta...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
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