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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 6 September 1888

--; -y j l,Mf.'iafa'!?,'jM,. TgjrAV? ? , .;sr.v. f 7 " z. VS V j; - Si 1 3 m i. t- -V I k z1 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 lour per cent, is paia on mis pian at uic tiuac ui uic iuau. xms i uchcvcu w "- wai idvuruuic luein maac in uns country. 1 can make you a loan witn only one straight 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 vour farm lo...

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. — 6 September 1888

T ee "- " yv" vi' v V"9: 5?5S ,$.- - V1,.J-. .c-rf WOMAN'S DEPAffcTMEtfL FRESH FIELDS. Increasing Opportunities For Women t Karn Their Lit tag "What to Do With Our Girls," so fconjjer a Pnixle. In how many families every year in this city does the difficult question arise "what shall this daughter of ours do? Shall we keep her at home with no other prospect before her but a possi ble marriage, which may not come at all, and may be unfortunate anyway; or shall we teach her some independ ent method of gaining her livelihood, which should not of itself! in the pres ent state of popular opinion, prevent her from marrying any right-thinking man; and if so, what avocation is the best of those open to her?" This ques tion is being rendered more easy of so lution every year, not so much by any change in the abilities or disposition of the girls of this generation from those of the last, as by the ever-widening field of wage-earning which now pre terits itself to womankind. Some of these new...

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. — 6 September 1888

' . " "" - . . -"- aJ""J mi- " T 'i r ti i ' ii -i - i - i ' r hm i i i mm - -w- - vt jiii asa?f v3E: .r i-- Is Mgy:ifei , JUSTLY DISGUSTED. A Colored Piaster's Sad Experience with Uncle Sam's Government. An old negro called on a Government pension agent. The visitor's face wore an expression of deep anxiety. He sat down to await the leisure of the agent, and, taking off his old slouch hat, held it in his lap. and in a nervous manner fumbled with it. "Well," said the agent, as he placed a glass paper-weight on a cripple's sworn statement, " what can I do for you, Sambo? " "My name ain't Sambo, sah, but yo ken do er good 'eal fur me, all de same. I doan know whut makes de white folks call er nigger Sambo. I'a knowed er good many niggers in my time, an' blame ef I eber seed one yit dat wuz name Sambo. Tell you dat now, fur yo' own in Herniation." "That's all right, old man. The question is, what can I do for you? " "Er monst'us sight, sah, ef you does full jestice ter er mighty injure...

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. — 6 September 1888

ia&jc 'V-fsS i- sag;aji ?tr5stf SHIMF, the Clothier i GOTO AND MERCHANT TAILOR, For Clothing, Hats and Caps, Boots, Shoes and Furnishing Goods. BRICK BLOCK COLBY, KANS. '5FwSa rBBbS,T!Sl DRUGS, ltfEDICXITES, DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES. AV medicines fruarantecd pure and fresh. Prescrip tions curcfullj compounded at all hours by competent pharmacies Orders can be left at the store for Dr. . C. Eddj and Dr. G. K. Stites. PALACE DRUG STORE. MARTIN & HAMPTON, Proprietors. PAINTS, OILS, WALL PAPER, WINDOW GLASS, TOILET ARTICLES, ETC., ETC Oncdoorsouth of Postoffice, i. Colby, : : : Kansas. JOHN FOSTER & SONS, DEALERS IN Lumber, -Sash, Doors, BLINDS, AND ALL KINDS OF BUILDING MATERIAL. Goal of all irst - Glass Grades. HT" Yard is located one block east of the Opelt Hotel. . JOHN FOSTER &.SONS, Colby, .... Kansas. G B DAKIN, Real Estate Broker ! And Notary Public. Deeded lands, school lands, town lots, timber claims, homesteads, relin quishments bought and sold. Money loaned on rea...

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. — 13 September 1888

r r t Cat. Sl w 4:- I . COLBY. THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER i3 1888. VOL. IV. NO. 27. 1.50 PER YEAR 't 3-f ? . w "-. y- t & - . ; Thomas o O. H. Martin, President. lilM wild PAID UP CAPITAL, $50,000. Directors : C. H. Martin, W. S. Willcoxon, E. A. Hall, W. H. Coneland. C. E. Corporan. nes-TWa o rmnoroi honL-intr hnomcss. buys and sells exchange, home and foreign, pays interest on time deposits, deals in county and school bonds, pVd special attention to tne payment 01 uiaus iur uuu-iuvu. -A comDlete set of abstracts of title of Thomas county kept in the bank. Office hours, 9 a. m. to 12 m.; L. L. McCormick. - HEAR YE! iMcCORMICK Have something to say. (if you want Six lbs. Coffee for $1 -OO. Warranted Flour for S1-O0. Highest Price for your produce. Prompt, Courteous Attention. Cood Fresh Goods at Lowest Prices. Fruits and Vegetables in season. Queensware below Cost. GO TO THE IHorseshoe COLBY iDRU6 The Colby Drug Store has entire new Jtenpalf ? Ml- PAINTS, OIL, GA...

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. — 13 September 1888

r V vj-i?": k " v 3-yy - THOMAS COUNTY OAT. JOSEPH A. CILL, Editor. JOLBY. KANSAf A PRAIRIE ROAD. The early aster's purple mist Upon the dewy wayside lies, And through their clouds of amethyst The yellow sunflowers rise. Like candelabra, tall and bright. The silver-clustered mulleins show. Till t'pping every branch, like light, Their burnished blossoms blow. Beneath the briar's scented screen, "Where shining spider-nets are strung The nesting turkey's brood and preep And hide thctr callow young. And circling low the crested jays Adorn the sunny roadway fare. And feast from off the trailing sprays The wild blackberries bear. While thrusting back tho leafy shields The green mock-orange hedges hold, A troop of sparrows seek the fields To rob them of their gold. And yonder through the plumy weeds. Where tufted cornflower buds are blue, A little russet rabbit feeds. And dnnks the morning dew. On cither side, on level sweep Of boundless, glowing, golden miles. The summer sky bends blue 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. — 13 September 1888

"" '"jr'-Tzx m 'W -., :FTT55T5!W-pB ffi'- &?&,' y-T!i , , V : . "' I ft ., I ft - B .v !"s- 13T 3 THOMAS COUNTY OAT. JOSEPH A. GILL, Editor. COLBY. KANSAS AT ALDEN'S. We were s'ttinjr by the chimney. In the hearth-Are's flickering light, On the cliff, in Alden's cottage, ' Where I rested for the night; And I told the scenes and customs Of the lands beyond the sea; While old Alden's little daughter Sat and listeaed at my knee. In her blue-eyed radiant beauty There was something shy and wild, And the maiden's romance mingled With the wonder of the child. Hours had passed, the old sea captain In his arm-chair dozed and dreamed; Sadly moaned the neighboring ocean; On the panes the tire-light gleamed. Then she spoke of knights and tourneys, Andlier cheeks were all aglow, For all day that little maiden Had been reading Ivanhoe: Spoke of ghosts and ol magicians. While her voice to whispers grew. Toward the panes cast startled glances. Wondering if such things were true. And I impro...

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. — 13 September 1888

Be! "TS ' - f -, .-& y . . THE THOMASJOUNTY CAT. OFFICIAL COUNTY AND CITr PAPEB. Issued by Tbomas County Publshimr Co., at Colby, Kansas every Auuresosy 01 1 w rc. JOSEPH A. CILL, Editor. Republican Ticket. Ibr President, BENJAMIN HARRISON. Of Indiana. Vice-President, LEVI P. MORTOJf, Of New York. FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. At Large EUGENE F. WARE JU Large JOHN L. WAALER First District ALONZO W. ROBIN80N Second District FRANK ft. OGG 'Third District THOMAS P. ANDERSON Fourth District JOHN MADDEN Fifth District D. A. VATTENTINE Sixth District J. D. McGONIGAL Seventh District -E.L. CHAPMAN For Congressman, E. J. TURNER. Stute Senator 40th District, HILL P. WILSON. OUR NEXT STATE OFFICIALS. THE KErUBMCAX TICKET. For Governor, LYMAN CT. HUMPHREY, of Independence. For Lieutenant Governor, ANDREW J. FELT, otSwneca. For Secretary of State, WILLIAM HIGGINS, of Topeka. For State Treasurer, JAMES W. HAMILTON, of Wellington. For State Auditor, TIMOTHY MCCARTHY, r Lamed. For Attorney Genera...

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. — 13 September 1888

V$$fc Cat Supplement. THURSDAY, SEPT. J13, 1888. O. W. Carter, Esq., of Rovohl, left on Saturday last for eastern Kansas, where he will visit for a number or weeks. Mr. M. N. Campbell, so long connected Vith the Colby post office, on Friday, started with his family for a visit to his old home at Petersburg, Ills. Deputy Sheriff W illiam Heed brought back a man named Porter from the Ober lin jail Saturday. Porter now languishes with Harris in the Thomas county jail. Mr. John Ellis, accompanied by hi? family and brother, started for Mattoou. 111., on Friday last for a .month's visit. 3Ir. Ellis is one of the successful farmers of this township. Mr. H. H. Miller, a prominent farmer liying north of Colby,and an old veteran, was one of the man' who boarded the C. K. & N. train on Friday last, bound for the G. A. R. reunion at Columbus, O. Henr' Boerner. Daniel Bowers and Martin Fceley, three of our popular young gentlemen, started for a visit to their former home in Seward, Nebr., la...

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. — 13 September 1888

Mr. McCollough returned Tuesday af ternoou with Mm. SlcCollough and their child. The little boy, who in very bright and the favorite of all about the hotel, 'has been and is yet dangerously ill. It Ls thought that the return here will do him good, and that he may recover. Rev. James Lathrop, of Oberlin, ad dressed a large number of our citizens at Armory Hall Tuesday night, in the inter ests of the Union Labor party. The rev erend gentleman made no points of any consequence, and his address was a Meepy affair throughout, eliciting no en thusiasm of any kind. The C. K. & N. (Rock Island Route) will sell tickets on the certificate plan at rate of one and one-third fare for the round trip to parties wishing to attend the Annual Western States Conference of A. M. E. Church at Lcavenwoith.Kas., Sept 22d, 1888. Albo to the annual meet ing W. C. T. U. at Wichita Sept. 23th to 2Sth inclusive. At a special meeting of St. Thomas Lodge No. 300. A. F. & A. M..the follow ing resolutions ...

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. — 13 September 1888

III I'll 71 I mi i'i "iiii'. ii. -in " "" 'r"T l -sr,f- it UP J I 4, If itt k 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...

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. — 13 September 1888

"'W" "? " "" . V" ? r i1 ' -ffev .? T55?MA1v'r .JTwSvifvsl W02TAFS DEPAJETMENTL WORKING GIRLS' UNIONS. TYkat Tney Are Doing- la Um Way af Organisation. Ono of the finest signs oPthe times is the united societies of working girls, their good sense and ability in manag ing their own affairs, and the correction of many errors and misconceptions, which their action and methods are bringing about in the public mind. It has been discovered for one thing that they do not want charity, that there is nothing they resent more than being held up to public view as objects of sentimental pity, and without the power to tako care of themselves, and, if need be, assist others. There is a splendid spirit among the majority of these girls, now that it has been brought to the sur face and found expression. They want improvement, advancement, oppor tunity to elevate their own condition by &tudy, by practice in the arts, and they gladly accept the aid which they re ceive in the formation of classes ...

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. — 13 September 1888

f". i" -4 A Vr ECONOMY IN FENCING. Kelafal State fir Aim DMimi ef -larWarkaaaMaaey. J First, I have Learned that farmers do not need half the fences that they keep up on a majority of farms, and that they can farm more pleasantly and profitably in large than in small fields. I have a neighbor with a farm of 160 acres, who, two years ago, removed a mile of division fences, and now tells me that he would not allow any one to put them back if they would do it free of cost. Several farmers of my neigh borhood who have removed division fences, so as to give them fields from 100 to 160 rods long, have made a careful estimate of the amount of work a team can do in these long fields as compared with short ones, and they find it takes a third longer to plow a given amount in short rows Mr. Bonham, State Secretary of the Ohio Board of Agriculture, has some fields which are nearly a half mile long and only about one-fourth as wide, and he tells me that a team would cultivate one of thee fields...

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. — 13 September 1888

j -yr" vt GO TO AND MERCHANT TAILOR, For Clothing, Hats and Caps, Boots, Shoes and Furnishing Goods. BRICK BLOCK COLBY, KANS. SHIMP. the Clothier, ' DRUGS, MEDICINES, DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES. j All medicines Rruamnteed pure and fresh. Prccnp- J tions carefully compounded at all hours by competent pharmacists Orders can be left at the store for Dr. . C. Eddy and Dr. G. K. Stites. J PALACE DRUG STORE MARTIN & HAMPTON, Proprietors. PAINTS, OILS, WALL PAPER, WINDOW GLASS, TOILET ARTICLES, ETC., ETC OnedoorsouthofPostofllcc, Colby, : : : Kansas. JOHN FOSTER & SONS, DEALERS IN Lumber, Sash, Doors, BLINDS, AND ALL KINDS OF BUILDING MATERIAL. Coal of all lirst-Class Grades. B3P Yard is located one block east of the Opelt Hotel. JOHN FOSTER & SONS, Colby, . . . C. B. DAKIN, Real Estate Broker I And Notary Public. Deeded lands, school lands, town lots, timber claims, homesteads, relin quishments bought and sold. Money loaned on real estate and on chattels. One acre and three acre prope...

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. — 20 September 1888

FV-V-rv.' '- ftr'-'' jijv-"? lSVj . f - . if- I f COUNTy I Thomas Cat. $Q VOL. IV. NO. 28. COLBY. THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 20, 1888. H.50 PER YEAIC ? CLamA m fed NOTIONS, Furnishing Goods, BOOTS AND SHOES, T A DIES', MISSES', AND CHILDREN'S CLOAKS ! Our Larsfe New Stock of Fall 3 Winter Dry Goods Is now arriving, and when all in we will show the largest and best stock, and at much less prices than ever offered in this market. We have visited large eastern markets, made careful selections, and bought Straight, Honest Goods at spot cash prices. OUR DRESS GOODS Stock is full of new and nobby styles, from a 6 cent fabric to the finest in the market, with a complete line of trimmings to match, of very latest styles. We would be pleased to show our stock of Dress Goods and Trimmings to every lady in western Kansas, as the styles and qualitis are perfect, and prices right. If you want a new dress, don't fail to see our stock. We will please you and save you money. IN Cent...

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. — 20 September 1888

-" " ., ' -v 't'-ir-.,'""Tirr.-rr - " "3ftilS!.lf " "i"f" rWK' . ,r-r,n tMJW TEOMAS COUNTY OAT, JOSEPH A. CILL, Editor. COLBY. - - - -. - - KANSAS A FAMILY AFFAIR. Ga !y :bal night e jilayed oar parti : tt lover and or maid. Tle piay! I scarcely know, but hearts, Pierced by a pair of Cupid's dans, Loved on all uadlstuayeX And what a varied lot of Ills AVe had to undergo; Our p-iraM's wrath, which seldom killi Dciths doubt suspicion miss.nf; wills Xcurly three acts of woe: But as the play approached its cad All evil turned to good: Each enemy became a fnend. Oar hearts were then allowed to blend J- at the first they should. And we. united, took our stand Well forward to the right. V la lover's clasp I held her hand. "With lover's breath her cheek I fanned And gared with keen delight, Within those eyes whose perfect blue Seemed purer blue for me. Upon he- hair, whoe golden hue Had almost made me miss my cue, And whispered tenderly: "Dear, let's make earnest of this jest, A tact from f...

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. — 20 September 1888

p MmffiifM r wr. vwfie-- 'if- THOMAS COUNTY OAT. JOSEPH A. GILL, Editor. JOI.IsT. - - KANSAS THE SILENT LAND. Orcr jondersthe s'lentland. That 1 es at peace in the evening light; The eloquent silence of beautiful hills Staunch through the day and darkest night. .At peace while the golden sunbeams creep. At peace when the stars their pale watch keep, "Yet holding for me what my heart understands As a message from out of the silent lands. Torever at rest; oh my beautitul hills! O'er the keys of the organ my Sogers creep, While I str ve to awaken jrom tones loved best The di earns my beautiful hills must keep. The low-toned, changeful, loving theme. That rings like & voice of the silent dream. Bringing the message so solemnly. That cries from my beautiful h.lls to me. Sometimes there's a mist o'er my faithful hills My beaut ful land lies bathed in tears: And the theme grows sad with minor tone, Full of earthly, wistful fears. And nought can span the space between Their weary waste ...

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. — 20 September 1888

'fpfSS w; r rf W; - e f. aV " ' ,-xm ft THE THOMASCOUNTY CAT. OFFICIAL COUNTY AND CTTr PAPEB. Iesued by Thomas County Publehinj? Co., at Colby, KanslS every Thursday of each week. JOSEPH A. CILL, Editor. Republican Ticket, For President, BENJAMIN HABHISON. Of Indiana. Vice-President, LEVI P. MORTON, Of New York. FOtt PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. tinnre EUGENE F.WARE 5S JOHN L. WALLER Vint District "7.7... ALONZO W. ROBINSON SondDJsSct..-. FRANK R. OGG 2? tK"? THOMAS P. ANDERSON S,.i. niaJrJnV JOHN MADDEN F?fTni?tri -D. A. VALENTINE Sixth Dret -J- " WcGOMGAL .?', mstriot-r: 7.-..-E. L. CHAPMAN For Congressman, E. J. TURNER. State Senator 40th District, HlUi P. WILSON. OUR NEXT STATE OFFICIALS. THE REPUBLICAN TICKET. For Governor, LYMAN U. HUMPHREY, of Independence. For Lieutenant Governor, ANDREW J, FELT, of Seueca.. For Secretary of State, WILLIAM niGGINS,. or Topcka. For State Treasurer, JAMES W. HAMILTON;. of Wellington. For State Auditor, TIMOTHY MCCARTHY;, of Lamed. 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. — 20 September 1888

ll IIKU1 i ,.... notrrnnnrii vvnii lldVC Uixik iui Cat Supplement. THURSDAY, SEPT. 20, 1888. Sbanklin & Vail have contracted to build a large frame house for Willis Sum mers, Esq.. on 27-6-32. The contract price is $640.00. Dr. J. W. Martin and L. D. Mason were seen on Thursday last at the St. Joe, Mo., Fair, right side up. and still booming Colb'. , The premium melon of the Oakley ex hibition weighed 5V2 pounds, and became the property of county clerk Summers, who brought it home and spent 'Sunday last surrounding it. Oberlin had a fire which destroyed $ 50,. 000 in a few hours Goodland had a large fire the same week. What precautions has Colby taken to guard against a simi lar calamity? Our thanks are due to Mr. O. II. Strat um for a fine present of sweet corn, string beans and a large pumpkin grown on his place just east of the city. May his shadow never grow less. Mr. W. W. McKay, of St. Francis, Cheyenne county, and one of the dele gates to the republican' senatorial con ve...

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. — 20 September 1888

uuto v.j.yi.iu.m.v.,.. lias ph.ircrp ,lrunmoit tcltiph - I IkOl JiUUUttji,IUHKttCU j G. W. GOODSOE, LAWYER, COLBY, : : KANSAS. Grocery Store W. H. ARCHER. Kab. Otterbourne, pgA good selection of fresh groceries, ulso carry some clothing and dry goods. For sale at Reasonable Prices. DR. WM. M. BEAVER, Physician, Surgeon, AND OBSTETRICIAN. COLBY, KAS. Office in Colby drug store. Residence foui miles northeast of Colby. Calls left with A.W. Patchin & Co. will receive prompt uttention at all hours. Diseases of women and children a specialty. Colby Meat Market. XT. O. SFSXTCBH. Keeps a good line of Fresh and Cured Meats. Cash paid for hides and poultry. THE Oberlin Farmer, Oberlin. Decatur Co., Kas AH about the Oberlin Land District. Sub scription price, sii months, 25 cents. Lock box 43. K. E. VANEPl'S, PHOTOGRAPH E H , OBERLIN and COLBY, Colby Gallery open second Monday in each menth, for one week. Frank Pinoiike. C. H. Pi.Avri.it, Notary Public and lnsur'c and Col's Ch'rm'n Co. Co...

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