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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 4 October 1888

nTITT: ppp - fmr. -' ; ' 4 h: WOMAN'S DEPARTMENT. WAYS AND MEANS A Short Story Settlnjj 1'orth The Disad vant.nres Under Which Working Girls Labor. 'Listen, girls. Here is a story that mav be helpful to us. You know we are alv ays wishing that we could earn some money, and this tells us how one girl made enough picking wild berries, and making them up into jellies and preserves for market, to pay off a mort gage on tne farm; and, I suppose after ward pursued the business until she made the family rich, though it does not say so. Why couldn't we three go into some such enterprise, pray?' "Unfortunately we do not own a farm, with a mortgage and berry patch upon it,"' said Ellen, the oldest sister. "But if we had a farm, no doubt there would be a mortgage on it. So much of the story might apply to us, at all events,1 said Hester, the second, some vrhat bitterly. "Of course I didn't suppose that we could make jelly, or even pick berries, especially as we haven't any to pick," said Nan, ...

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. — 4 October 1888

y ' -s-Hxi f-sAsl 31 PALACE DRUG STORE a;- DRUGS, JyOiDXCnTSiSf DRUGGISTS' SUNDBIE8. Al! medicines uaranteed pore end frert. & tlons carefuUy compounded at aU LtrtS, store tor Dr. V. pharmacists. Orders can be left at tae sxoro v . PAINTS, OILS, WALL PAPER, WINDOW GLASS, TOILET ARTICLES, ETC., ETC , OnedeorsoHtkofPostoflee, Colbt, : : : . Kansas. MARTIN & HAMPTON, Proprietors. V. I1UUJ uu Ar. w. -r-r' DR. WM. M. BEAVER, Physician, Surgeon, AND OBSTETRICIAN. COLBY, KA8. Office in Colby drug wre. Besidenee four miles northeast of Colby. Calls left rith A.W. Patchln & Co. trill receive prompt -a"enon at all hours. Diseases of women and children a specialty. Colby Meat Market. n. o. spencer. Keeps a good line of Fresh and Cured Meats. Cash paid for hides and poultry. TBS Oberlin Farmer, Oberlin, Decatur Co., Kas. All about the Oberlin Land District, scription price, six months, 25 cents, box 43. Sub Lock . E. VANBPPS, FHOTOGHAFH E R. , OBERLIN and COLBY, Colby Gallery open s...

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. — 11 October 1888

gT"3 i ? ; e1-? -s &nuh ,wtee-r - " ;Wf w iW-WCTi&waSSO,.- .,-? Mft WrfitSM(9PVs(J . . r!--iiifnWK-.W'S5Jr T-jWfalHi'WWfiu-1.. J' A1 COUNTy '? Thomas Cat. VOL. IV. NO. 31. COLBY. THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER n, 1888. $1.50 PER YEAR V " - "' hn f ob jjeen Qui (ran3 fi$play? AT HUNTLEY 1 Ml If you haven't, WHY don't you come in and see it? Our stock is fixed up nobby, and new. No old goods all fresh, carefully bought, and there are "no flies on them." We MUST sell them! There's no use talking-THEY'VE COT TO CO!! OUR DRY 600DS Department is filled to overflowing, and we are proud to know that they are arranged nicely, so that you can see them easily. LADIES' GOODS, "OUR SPECIALTY," is where we "take the cake." The NICEST goods ever before brought to Colby. Ask any who have called, then CALL YOURSELF. Our Grocery Parlor IS IMMENSE! The celebrated high grade flour for fam ily use, "The Model Patent." All the hotels and bakeries in the city set up nights to talk about ...

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. — 11 October 1888

W PlSSfe?"" it&T, & " - ' X t 4 r THOMAS COUNTY OAT. JOSEPH A. CILL, Editor. OOLBT. KANSAS GOOD-BYE SWEET WORLD1 Good-bye, sweet world! tome so passing fair. Despite the misery, the want and sin That shadow sunlight and make Tool the air Beyond the flower-wall that shuts me in. To me thy sunny side did'st ever turn, Since of this mortal life I first drew breath, But not the best thou hadst to give could be Ought of defense against the serpent Death! In this last hour of passionate regret My heart doth cling to thee in fond farewell; Thy smiling face hath power to charm me yet. Thy changing joys still bold me in their spelL From the far land to which I soon must pass, Shall I not turn with home-sick longing here. To see again in spring the greening grass To hear the birds sing greeting to the year? "Where, all undimmed, the sun in glory shines, No cool, gray clouds upon the hills will rest; Or breaking, send the rain in slanting lines To wake the daisies on the earth's warm b...

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. — 11 October 1888

Tf&ggY f Wr K' THOMAS COUNTY OAT. JOSEPH A. CILL, Editor. COLBY. KANSAS. GRETCHEN. Her wealth of tangled yellow curls, Her eyes cerulean blue. The crimson dye of lips and check Outvie the rainbow's hue. Two dimples nestle in her cheeks, And one imprints her chin; Her sunny smiles play hide and seek To chase them out and is. She's like the varying moods that cros The blue of April sky; One moment, beaming like the sun, The next, a storm is nigh. She loves to waken tenderness With all a soman's wiles; To lead you on the road to bliss. And cheat you with her smiles. She's rich in kisses dewey sweet To showor on you at s'ght Beware the honeyed proflerings. They're couriers to a bite ! Oh, Gretchen! sweetest little maid, You're loveliness' own self, And I would gladly purchase you With all my worldly pelf. I love you with a wealth of love That far exceeds your ken; For your sweet sake r vo grown to be The veriest slave of men. But ah! so much I fear the thought. Love's thraldom's not...

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. — 11 October 1888

,,, , ijtHi . ...-, .i ..,..., .TT--PIPM ' tfb&&&!i ? JTis 'xyt nt&tmift 1 , r f j; - n - f H THE TIIOMASJOUNTY CAT. OFFICIAL COUNTY AND CITY PAPEB. Issued by Thomas County PublBhlnff Co., at Colby, Kansas every Thursday of each week. JOSEPH A. GILL, Editor. Republican Ticket. For President, BENJAMIN HARRISON. Of Indiana. Vice-President, LEVI P. MORTON, Of New York. FOB PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. At Large EUGENE F. WARE AtLanre JOHN L. WALLER FlretDistrict ALONZO W. ROBINSON Second District FRANK R. OGG TWnl District THOMAS IP. , ANDKBSON Fourth District JOHN.S&S55S Fifth District D. A. VALENTINE 8ixth DiBtrict J. B. McGONIGAL Seventh District B.L. CHAPMAN For Congressman, E. J. TURNER. State Senator 40th District, HILL P. WILSON. t)UR NEXT STATE OFFICIALS. THE REPUBLICAN TICKF.T. For Governor, LYMAN U. HUMPHREY, of Independence. For Lieutenant Governor, ANDHEWJ. FELT, of Sneca. For Secretary of State, WILLIAM HIGGIXS, of Topeka. For State Treasurer, JAMES W. HAMILTO...

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. — 11 October 1888

rv? h I s mmf 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 mortgaged 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 have i...

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. — 11 October 1888

mmmmmammmmmmm tvx'trivaG&ir w ?jati& V - -V V 11 -, . - ;3 &&$pr&&?. ' S . i WOMAN'S DEPARTMENT. WHITE SLAVES. A Class of Laborers Who Never Strike Women Workers Who Know Xo Best. There is a class of people in this country who get up at five a. m., and seldom get back to bed until ten and eleven at night; who work without reading the whole of that time, and re ceive no other emolument than food and the plainest clothing. They under stand something of every branch of economy and labor, from finance to cooking. Although harrassed by a hun dred responsibilities, driven and wor ried, reproached and looked down upon, they never revolt, and they can not or- ganize for their own protection. Not even sickness releases them from tneir posts. No sacrifice is deemed too great for them to make, and no incompetency in any branch of their work is excused. No books or essays are written in trib ute to their steadfastness. They die in the harness, and are supplanted as j qui...

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. — 11 October 1888

r-rwt ti?4i$f, fifZlj'-iiKnF-iM,L:''T1 v WP, rac -T5- -? H -Ci Jfts; 55s - $ .3F f t-j-r-wi1" i . , Bss-J..k?-ki rj jjjj J m 5T-. -- A. '" l -T THE BELLES OF LAMA. Characteristic f the Beeatlfal Womes of Fera's Chief City. Lima from the earliest times has been' noted for its beautiful women; not merely for symmetrical features, but elegance of physique and graceful movement. In speaking of the women of Lima reference is made to the su perior class of Spanish descendants, the genealogies of Pizarro and his fol lowers, who, as Prescott states, shod their horses with silver shoes and gambled away in one night the ac cumulated wealth of centuries. A typical Lima belle is of greater stature than the North American model of beauty, possessing a well-rounded, graceful form, small and elegantly molded feet, and pearly teeth. The eyes are dark, large and so bewitching in their expression as to drive care from the skipper's mind as he whirls his idexil beauty through the long hall way, his so...

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. — 11 October 1888

'," "" '" ?-wif r-.-.-HJk 4-y r PALACE DRUG STORE. MARTIN & HAMPTON, Proprietors. -PAINTS; QUVWAtt PiPET, WINDOW GLASS, TOILKT ARTICLBS, ETC, BC Om doorwmtk of Postoflee, Colbt, Kahsaj. k DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES. fjens carefully compounded at all hours fcr Ev ebarmacists. uraerscaneMu.vBw,MDwv C. , Eddy ud Or. O. K. Btites. .DRUGS, MHDIC1NIS, DR. WM. M. BEAVER, Physician, Surgeon, AND OBSTETRICIAN. COLBY, KAS. Office In Colby drug store. Residence four miles northeast of Colby. Calls left with A.W. Patchln ft Co. will receive prompt attention at all hours. Diseases of women and children a specialty. Colby Meat Market. XT. O. SPEUCBR. Keeps a good line of Fresh and Cured Bloats. Cash paid for hides and poultry. TBS Oberlin Farmer, Oberlin, DECATun Co., Kas. All about the Oberlin Land District. Sub scription price, six months, 25 cents. Lock box 43. . E. VANEPPS, PHOTOGRAPH E R , OBERLIN and COLBY, Colby Gallery open Bccond Monday in each month, for one week. Frank Pingkee. C. H. Plas...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 18 October 1888

Thomas tFmii i ,'1 ,J i z h v, VOL. IV. NO. 32. COLBY. THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 18, 1888. H.50 PER YEAIU 4 I IT-. I 14 faf 6 f Ott AT HUNTLEY n V If you haven't, WHY don't you come in and see it? Our stock is fixed up nobby, and new. No old goodsall fresh, carefully bought, and there are "no flies on them." We MUST sell them! There's no use talking-THEY'VE COT TO CO!! OUR DRY 600DS Department is filled to overflowing, and we are proud to know that they are arranged nicely, so that you can see them easily. LADIES' GOODS, "OUR SPECIALTY' is where we "take the cake." The NICEST goods ever before brought to Colby. Ask any who have called, then CALL YOURSELF. Our Grocery Parlor IS IMMENSE! The celebrated high grade flour for fam ily use, "The Model Patent." All the hotels and bakeries in the city set up nights to talk about it. Try a sack. I THE GRAND CENTRAL, HUNTLEY COLBY DRUG The Colby Drug Store has entire new knpalj lWft - PAINTS, OIL, GASOLINE, COAL OIL AND TOILET A...

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. — 18 October 1888

f -r s .. THOMAS COUNTY OAT. JOSEPH A. CILL, Editor. COLBY. KANSAF A SONG OF REST. O weary hands! that all tLe day Were set to labor hard and lonff, Now softly fall the shadows gray. The bells are run? for evensong; An hour ago the golden sun Sank slowly down Into the west; Poor -weary hands, your toil is done; 'Tjs time for rest! 'tis tune for rest. O weary feet! that many a mile Have trudged along a stony way, At last ye reach the trysting stile; No longer fear to go astray. The gently bending, rustling trees Rock the young birds within the nest, And softly sings the quiet breeze, "Tis time for rest! 'tis time for rest?" O weary eyes! from which the tears Fell many a time like thunder-rain O weary heart! that through the years Heat with such bitter, restless pain-To-night forget the stormy strife And know what Heaven shall send is best: Lay down the tangled web of life; 'Tis time for rest! 'tis time for rest! Florence Tyler, in Christian at Work. FORTUNE-TELLING. The Extent to Whi...

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. — 18 October 1888

i I I ! V ! I II Jt ' It . -p1- ,- ' Zt' vr THOMAS COUNTY OAT. JOSEPH A. CILL, Editor. COLBY. ------ KANSAS. UNDER THE APPLE-TREES. This Is the orchard, here they grow, The apple-trees in triple row, Ah, '"ell I micd the years ago, "When we were young together. Kow we're In middle life, we sav. They show the inoss, and I the gra-, "VVe both have borne, this many a day, The wear of time and weather. They stand it well, this Baldwin, now. The red fruit fairly loads the hough. Has it forgot. I wonder, how 1 used to d'g around it! Hard work, I thought, and never done. And life was made for naught but f en A sad mistake, a I, for one. Long, long ago hare found it. This pippin, standing next, they say Bears apples good the following May! B.te one, you d think 'twould last for aye. Though all so fair and yellow. Such tnm I've known, pray who has not. That hardened as they older got. Would shrivel, shrive!, yes, and rot, But never once grow mellow. Our sweeting's lonesome, as it were; The p...

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. — 18 October 1888

as r'Tf'FPfSgigsisaBwrasH !ffi M -T" ' - $C . if "" J. "- - V"J-lf-n - " ' ' " -. ATZ - -.. -JW ."V r - t.- . Sj? S- .-.Ti'- i rt. jCV -w s - T ar " rill I MTV I' AT LuUIHl I lA 1 ; OFFICIAL COUNTY AND CITY PAPER. Tmued rv TbonsBS County Publablujr Co., at Colby. Kansas cTw Thursday of each week. GEX BEX HARRISON, Who is to jm-(veki Ghovjjr Cleve land March 4, 1S3!. P. R1DUT0X, O'UK N-: . Vl"K-l,KIIIK.VT. Repub1 ForPreMrti-ni. UK?..: C3 Ticket. A MIX IIAKUISOX. tI Imliiuri. .VI T MOHTOX. )t XowYoilt. IVKxTlAI. CfKCTOttS. ... .rX'IKXK F. WARE Vlcc-rresicU'i'f. Fouriu: At Larjre... . AtLarjro First Df-tiK't. BecondDKir c Ttaiid Dittiict Fourth Dinner Fifth I)i5tncr Slxth Dis net Seventh Dtiiit. . ... JOHN L. WALLEI . AJ.O.nZO W. ROIUNSOtf l'UANK R. OfjG THOMAS T. ANDfiRfON .10IIN MADDEN . ..I) . VALEN'riNE .7. K cGO?iGAL K. I. UHJMAN r Con;noiniuii. I.. .1. TURNER. State Siii.itir 40th Oi'jtriet, HILL V. VMIi ,N. OUR NEXT STATE "OFFICIALS. THE l(r.l''lU.',CAX TICKET. For Governor, LYV...

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. — 18 October 1888

"''-' N,;$!?r 'W1' .' ( ' i" S! ,lri-,i. ' v ft - A b& $ PLENTY OF MONET 3 3 -$ " WSfJ for - FARM lICHATTEL LOANS. N- M -A is AND OFFICE IN BASEMENT UNDER BRICK BANK. -, k THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. JOSEPH A. GILL, Editor. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18; 188$. ATWrcUTISTXG RATES. 1 inch per month $1.00 i rnlnmn ner month ner inch i column per month per inch 00 Z t : .i :..,.!. nn i coiuuui perimuiui pei iiu;n " Advertising for 1 week. 23 per cent ad ditional on above. Professional cards 73 cents per month. Locals 3 cents per line each insertion; 9 lines to the inch. Legal advertising, legal rates. UNION PACIFIC TIME TABLE. SOUTH BOUND. Leaves Colby 3::W p. in. NOKTH BOVND. Arri es at Colby at 1 :30 p. m. OAKLEY. WEST BOUND. Arrive? atll:.V)n. m. Arrives at 11:10 p. m. KAST BOUND. Arrives nt .1:23 a. in. Arrives at 5:02 p. in. Lvs Colby 10:00, Ar Oakley 11:30 a. m Ls Oakley r:15,Ar Colby B:45 p. in. D. A. Folts, Station Agent. No. 2S2, No. 281. No. 203, No. 201, No. 302, No. 204, No. 282, No. ...

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. — 18 October 1888

PP5!PWPp!i?? rx j I S.T WOMAN'S DEPAETMENT. A STRIKE. Once upon an evening dreary, As I pondered, sad and weary. O'er the basket with the mending from the wash the day before ; As I thought of countless stitches To be placed in little breeches, Eose my heart rebellious in me. as it oft had done before. At the fate that did condemn me, when my daily task was o'er. To that basket evermore. John, with not a sign or motion. Sat and read the Ycnlee A'ofion, With no thought of the commotion Which within me rankled sore. 'He," thought I, "when day is ended. Has no stockings to be mended, Has no babies 10 be tended. He can sit and read and snore. He can sit and read and rest him; Must I work thus evermore i" And my heart rebellious answered, "Nevermore; no, nevermore.1 For though I am but a woman, Ei ery nerve within is human. Aching, throbbing, overworlcod, Mmd and body sick and sore, I will strike. When day is ended. Though the stockings are not mended. Though my course can't be defended,...

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. — 18 October 1888

.. &l '.." .. ' --" li ! ' - ' t. a t a -41 Ik CURIOUS OLD TOWN. A. Massachusetts VUIace Where Every Body Talks FIh and Uses Fish. Provincetown, down on Cape Cod, Is a funny-looking little place built on a reef of sand stretching out into the gray ocean. The low wooden build ings arc grouped around in a wild and distorted manner, separated by narrow and crawling lanes and alleys. The people wear quaint and primevil garbs, and the whole town is begirt by flake yards which "sweeten" the air for leagues around. The mighty power that gives life to every thing and pushes the wheels of industry along is the fish. This great product of the sea enters into every thing. It is bar tered at the grocery stores, shoe-shops and bread stores for all the commodi ties of life. It is as potent as gold. Take the fish away from Provincetown and all trade would be paralyzed and poverty would stalk abroad. The main business street is paved with rock cod. The women use the hind fin of the great halibu...

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. — 18 October 1888

'r ,W" "S "J 4H " PALACE DRUG STORE. MARTIN & HAMPTON, Proprietors. PAINTS, OILS, WALL PAPER, WINDOW GLASS, TOILET ARTICLES, ETC, KTC One deor soata of PostoBoe, Colby, . Kansas. DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIEa tedicines nnmteed pare ,Md fwrt. Prescrip- ehi carefully compounded at jd I hours by competenl Pharmacists. Orders can be left at the store for Dr. v teni C. Eddy aad Dr. G. K. BUtes. -J A v t" 4 DR. WM. M. BEAVER, Physician, Surgeon, AND OBSTETRICIAN. COLBY, KAS. Office In Colby drugstore. Residence foui miles northeast of Colby. Calls left with A.W. Pat chin & Co. will receive prompt attention at all hours. Diseases of women and children a specialty. Colby Meat Market. IT. O. SPENCER. Keeps a good line of Fresh and Cured Weas. Cash paid for hides and poultry. TBS Oberlin Farmer, Obkklix, Decai uk Co., Kas. All about the Olicrlin Land District, scription ince, six months 25 cents, box 43. Sub Lock ji E. VANEPPS, PHOTOCEAPH E R , OBERLIN and COLBY, Colby Gallery orcn sccond Monda...

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. — 25 October 1888

VOL. IV. NO. 33. COLBY. THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 25, 1888. $1.50 PER YEAR h I Pi ' L if kn Ifon 1 A. !66B AT HUNTLEY i t If you haven't, WHY don't you come in and see it? Our stock is fixed up nobby, and new. No old goods all fresh, carefully bought, and there are "no flies on them." We MUST sell them! There's no use talking-THEY'VE COT TO CO!! OUR DRY GOODS Department is filled to overflowing, and we are proud to know that they are arranged nicely, so that you can see them easily. LADIES' GOODS, -OUR SPECIALTY," is where we "take the cake." The NICEST goods ever before brought to Colby. Ask any who have called, jthen CALL YOURSELF. Our Grocery Parlor - is immense 1 The celebrated high grade flour for fam ily use, "The Model Patent." All the hotels and bakeries in the city set up nights to talk about it. Try a sack. THE GRAND CENTRAL, HUNTLEY & BEHNE. COLBY DRU'o The Colby Drug Store has entire new knpalp, PATNTS, OIL, GASOLINE, COAL OIL AND TOILET ARTICLES OF AL...

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. — 25 October 1888

-$ -t" W ..!' rVr J V"T -t- "9t if v' f ? N. i X -i: "" --JM V hi f- Sv THOMAS COUNTY OAT. JOSEPH A. CILL, Editor. COLBY. KANSAS ONLY A LITTLE SPARK. 'Twas but a little spark that fell. When lighting the evening fire; She but a moment left the room, When came one to inquire The way to towa; the spark meanwhile 9 In flames rose higher and higher. The cheery home they so much loved Seemed destined to be lost; The little spark that lightly fell Had very dearly cost; And hope seemed fled until, to aid, Strong men the threshold crossed. Then water waged a war with flame. Stout hearts ths danger braved; The fiery tongues were robbed offcasts Their hungry passions cruved; And finally their skill prevailed, And that dear home was saved. 'Twas but a little word that fell From rosy lips one day. Her weary b dy was not well, And things went the wrong way. Twas but a very little word A little thing to say. But O: into one heart it sank, And there it stayed and grew Into a dangerous tire state. ...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
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