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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 25 October 1888

r? PPiPiil ) A -5 ?w && "5-f-ir-' vsm jrr&v ,V' r -. t , - f&VL ft i X M 2? -tl y? THOMAS COUNTY CAT. JOfEPH A. CILL, Editor. COLBY. KANSAS. THOU OR I? Some day, dear, one of ua we twain Will watch alone in tears And call the other one in vain In oice of hopeless fears. As in death's silence one of us shall lie; Which will it be, dear, thou or I? Were one of us by death bereft So of love' b thought and speech. What other word of hope is left To utter each to each? So one shall watch and one in death shall lie ! Which will it be, dear, thou or I? Beside life's pathway as we go One will grow faint and fall. And seek another way to know Where death shall not prevail: And one will wait alone as days go by, For j et a longer space, God's pitying grace: Which will it be, dear, thou or I! I may be first to understand Tbe life so far from thine: Mine may be woe to fold thy hand Grown still and cold in mine As sign or death across thy breast to lie God chastens others so. Tha...

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. — 25 October 1888

TlSE THnMAbCOUNTY CAT. OFFICIAL county AND city papeb. Ipsucd I v Thomas County Publstainjr Co.. at Colby, Kansas every Thursday of each week. JOSEPH A. GILL, Editor. GEN. BEX HARRISON, "Who is t Sicckkd Gkovki: Ci.kvk laxh Maiicii 4, 1SSI. LE'f UORTOX, Oint Xkxt Yu-k-I'iiksiukxt iican Ticket. Tor President. UKNJAJMX HAUHISOX. ()1 Indiana. Vlce-Piesldeiit, I.KVI P. MORTON, or New York. FORTJtrsrDrcNTI A . KI.ECTOKS. At Laisre EUflENE F. VAHE .At Lance JOHN L. WALLEK First DMiict .. Second Di-utct Third Dittntt. Fourth JMstnut "Fifth District .. ALOXZO W MOHINSON Fn.VNK it. OGfi THOMAS P. ANDEHSON JOHN MADDEN D. A. VALENTINE -Sixth Dirnct I. B. McOONIGAL Seventh District E. L. CHAPMAN For Congressman, E. J. TUUNEK. Statu Senator 4Mh District, HILL P. WILSON. OUR XEXT STATK OFFICIALS. THE T.r.lTm.H'AX TICKET. For As-ociate .lu'-tice, W. A. JOHNSTON, Of Ottawa. For Governor, LYMAN L. IiaMPHUEY, f Tndeeiii!eiiee. For Lieutenant tlovei nor, ANDKl'AY J. KELT, ot Swnec.1. "Foi Societal v o...

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. — 25 October 1888

r -r : - T fliklg FIiETfT Y "HDP MONET FARffl CHATTEL L0AHS AND -71 8 f,A v , THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. JOSEPH A. GILL, Editor. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2.1. 1&S8. ADVERTISING RATES. 1 inch per month i!2 J column per month per inch " 1 column per month per inch CO I column per month per inch 0 Advertising for 1 week. 2. per cent ad ditional on above Profe-ioiml emd 7 cents per month. Locals cents per line each insertion: 5) line- totiie inch Legal jidvertiMng, leirul rates. UNTON PACIFIC TIME TABLE. mhitii iior.vo. No. 3K!, Lea es Colby 3:'!0 p. m. mihhi iiow.nd. No. 2S1. Arrive- at Colby at 1:1?) p. in. OAKLEV. 1IF.T :ioum. No. 'M'. Arrives at 11 :V a. m . No. 201. Arrh c- at 11:10 p. in. KV-T liOU.Mi. No. 202, A i rive- at ."1:2:3 n. m. No. 204, Arrive at .":02 p. m. No. 2S2. Lv Colby 10:00. Ar Oakley 11 :: 11. 1 No. 2.-1. L Oakley .",:l-),Ar Colby fi:4'i p. 11 I). A. F01.T-, Station A pent. C. K. & X. TIME TABLE. Comiv, Ka-., An?. 1-t, lSv. fiOI.VO K-T. No. 8. Pa-enjror, 2:Vi p. in...

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. — 25 October 1888

w&T&wste1!? -"v jj.m Fn v& H - 'iJ " fcU.rJri -. '7' fr WOMAFS DEPAETMENH SOUND SENSE. Pros and Cons of the Suffrage Question A Weighty Argument In Favor of Women as Voters. The arguments on the subject of woman suffrage are many and varied, "but they all resolve themselves into questions of capacity and expediency. The question of mental capacity on the part of 'woman to handle State ques tions has been more than answered in hundreds of ways. Women are doing1 grand work for home and State in many ways that necessitates their meeting1 and solving some of the gravest questions of the day. Then there is the question of physical capacity. The argument that "the ballot represents the bullet," is thought by some to be a clincher by all aspiring womankind. "Women can not fight," is their cry, "therefore they ought not to vote." "Yet the advocates of this idea never : d vance the equally tenable one that the Jame, halt and blind of m.-isculine hu manity should be disfranchised....

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. — 25 October 1888

SSirfSSIH i! m sgj )" u m MM 5s sfe' HOME AND FARM. Pork made on clover is not only cheap meat, but very delicious, if finished off with grain in autumn. Growing1 fodder is excelent for cows that are kept under the soiling system, but the fodder will be more nutritious if allowed ,to grow and the crop cut just when the ear begins to glaze. It will not do to run a plow through an orchard, as the roots of the trees may be cut and hacked to pieces so greatly a's to do injury. A light cultivator may be of service, however, as b y its use weeds and rank grass may be kept down. Cracker Plum Pudding: Fill dish .vith buttered Boston crackers, in lay ers, with raisins spread between them. Fill up the dish with milk, cover and leave all night. Add four eggs beaten stiff, one-half of a cupful of sugar. Steam one and one-half hours, and brown in the oven. To Spice Plums: To seven pounds of them take three-fourths of a pint of vinegar, and three pounds of sugar. Boil the sirup, throw in the plum...

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. — 25 October 1888

vp . ;ggggggglgggggSggggggg fc K$mmip!n3&f&'ti&atgitfr& 5 ?Ti M punts; ons, Mix' paper, v - DEUGSr : DRUGGISTS' sundries. Al medicines aruaanteed pure and fresh. Pref orip tlonsrefullycSupoundedat all hours by competent XSts. Orders can be left at the store for fir. V. C. Eddy and Dr. G. K. Stitcs. WINDOW GLASS, TOILET ARTICLES, ETC., ETC One deor south of PosfoOee, COLBT, . KA5SA9. MARTIN & HAMPTON, Proprietors. DRUG . ' - V V J-r m , - js. -i . " ' 'maw STORE MXDiopne, nAI Ark Inln.e3"B I 1 u l-fe- -s J mv DR. WM. M. BEAVER, Physician, Surgeon, AND OBSTETRICIAN. COLBY, KAS. Office In Colby dnijr store. Residence fou miles northeast of Colby. Calls left vri th , A.AV . Patchin & Co. will receive prompt attention at jUI hours. Diseases of women and children a (specialty. Colby Meat Market. IT. O. SFENCSR. Keeps a good line of Fresh and Cured Meats. Cash paid for hides and poultry. THE Oberlin Farmer, Or.nm.ix, Decaiui: Co., Kas. All about the Obeilin Land DMi...

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. — 1 November 1888

r If -iV - &3 "awaaag3c5fCrfsaitos4aaa awBawwRwaww "wwa-www. r Thomas Cat. VOL. IV. NO. 34. COLBY. THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 1, 1888. 1.50 PER YEAIU swJsaaaaaaaaaaaaLsc I u E :t ft A 1 i P;s I 3i 1 I are foil Seea Qm? (frani fjilplay? y AT HUNTLEY 1 1 If you haven't, WHY don't you come in and see it? v 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, then CALL YOURSELF. Pur 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. THE GRAND CENTRAL, ...

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. — 1 November 1888

ppspsp ' ' 1 1- ' " ; &' , 'r-rt '&? Jj Y'? n 1 lnt-V , V . i & & f i S s THOMAS COUNTY OAT. - JOSEPH A. CILL, Editor. COLBY.'- - - - . KANSAS. THE OLD GARRET. A charming old place was that preat dusty at tic, "With its dim nooks enlivened with spider and mouse, The store-room of rubbish, the joy the chil dren. That precious old garret in grandmother's house! There wero chairs lame and backless, and books minus covers, A tiny tin foot stove, a jrreat spinning wheel. And another much smaller that went by a treadle, A pair of wool cards and a queer little reel. There were bunches of odorous herbs on the rafters, "Much better than drug-stuffs," grandmother would say; And we daintily tasted of mint, and of catnip, As we spent in the garret some long rainy day; Going up the steep stairs with our clatter and laughter. While grandmother's ehlding up after us steals: "Now, children, be sure and not get into mis chief, E And whatever you do, pray, don't trouble tho wheels'." ...

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. — 1 November 1888

v r -i?? a s ii I 5 -V t fe ll . . 1 f THOMAS' COUNTY OAT. 9 JOSEPH A. GILL, Editor. COLBY. ------ KANSAS A SHATTERED ILLUSION. Xknow not If 'twere chance or fate That brought the aatd amd Be together: At tailed hoi one night at eight Our talk began about the weather. "We bad no introduction no; Hut this displays no lack of breeding; Our seats were next each other, so It was a natural proceeding. She dressed in stunning English style; Her hair was neatly coiled and braided. "Ah! blessed," I thought, "is Britain's isle If home for eyes so softly shaded!" Our rambling chat that waxed apace Was interspersed with frequent "fanncy." Til not deny the "fetching" grace Of riA" slipped betwixt her glances. Still something nameless made me doubt Her being truly, bluelj Briton, Yet when one little phrase slipped out, "With horror was my bosom smitten. " yu " She could not call it back. And laughed to hide her sweet confusion. Oh, lovely Anglo-maniac, To shatter thus my fond illusion! lluttll C...

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. — 1 November 1888

A . THE THOMASJOUNTY CAT. OFFICIAL COUNTY AND CITr PAPE. Imucc ly Thomas County Pubtetain Co., at Colby, Kpns cveir Thursday of each week. JOSEPH A. CILL, Editor. GEN. BKN HAKRISON, "Who is to SrccEED Grovkr land March , 1889 Cleve- LKVI P. MORTON. Ouk Ni:xt Vice-President. Republican Ticket. For Prrllnr. BENJAMIN HAltUISON. Of Indiniia. Vice-President, LEVI P. MORTON, Of New York. OR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. At Large EUGENE F. WARE AtLawe JOHN L. WALLER First District ALONZO W. ROBINSON Second District FRANK K. OGR TWrd District THOMAS P. ANDERSON Fourth District JOHN MADDEN FifthDlstnct D. A. VALENTINE -Slith Dilrict J-JMSSffSS& . Seventh District E.L. CHAPMAN For Congressman, E. J. TURNER. State Senator 40th District, HILL P. WILSON. OUR NEXT STATE OFFICIALS. TnE REPUBLICAN TICKET. For Associate .Justice, W. A. JOHNSTON, Of Ottawa. For Governor, LYMAN U. HUMPHREY, of Independence. For Lieutenant noernor, ANDREW J. FELT, of Seneca. For Secretary or State, WILLIAM HIGGINS, or Top...

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. — 1 November 1888

&"?-& 5V VV' rrs - ' a- - k.s ciAv oasss-iiwa . i J.wt65fc, -sUtvaOaS tSr-"e!v.s "W. . rf S?3" t .jOi-i T-ffiEXStfi ,! V PLENTY OF MONET t' S9ss i jm m CHATTEL L0ANS AND $$. mi m " -. OFFICE IN BASEMENT UNDER BRICK BANK. F. C. FIXTXTERTY: THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. JOSEPH A. GILL, Editor. C. E. Chandler is in the city this THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1. 18b8. ADVERTISING KATES. 1 inch per month $1.(J i column per month per inch 75 J column per month per inch .f50 1 column per mouth per inch .50 Advertising for 1 week, 2" per cent ad ditional on above. Professional card. 73 cents per month. Locals Ji cents per line each insertion; D liTrcs to the inch. Legal advertising, legal rates. UNION PACIFIC TIME TABLE. socru BOUMI. .No. 2- Leaves CoRiy 8:70 p. ni. noitii nnvMi. "No. 281. Arrives at Colby at 1 :J50 p.. OAKLKY. V-FST nODMI. "No. SOT, Arrive? 'at 11:V a. in. Uo. 201, Arrives at 11:10 p. id. EAST BOUND. i No. 202, Arrives at 5:23 a. m. ; No. 204, Arrivca at 5:02 p. m. No. 282. Lvs Golb...

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. — 1 November 1888

HMnmmmmmmBnMHmlnmmMHB1 SSil!ll IJhTjt&cVe 'vSWrrfi- s- - o i&kAte-jy irswSEEt? C-T'' jr - ' t ..." ir ' r - -,. r r tv i: " - a- .a ... set i. 'w rr 3rM f:33sn PAPER MATERIALS. How Tbey Are Manufactured in SlnYremt Parts of tbe Barth. , Tho Chinese generally make their paper from the bark of the bamboo, but they have some kinds made from linen rags, some from the outer case of the silk-worm's cocoon, somo from the paper-tr6e, some from the cotton shrub and some from rice. The Jap anese paper is made from the mulberry tree, and the material from which it is fashioned is of such strength that from it cordage is manufactured. These Japanese manufacture paper, for a variety of domestic purposes, and from it paper cloaks, gowns, tents, urn brellas, bed-hangings, etc., are made in excellent imitations of silks, satins and other fabrics. The paper is ren dered impervious to water bj painting and colored varnishes, and they are admirably made to deceive. The Cingalese write on the l...

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. — 1 November 1888

p-; far, ifeVW ' ' -. . i. " ' t - . t SzFXzxJSM Mi m i i. I v $? . 14 AN ENGLISH HOTEL. How Londun Caravanaartes Are Bob on the American Plan. If you have never stopped at an Eng lish hotel conducted on the American plan, you should do so at the rst op portunity, because you will enjoy it im mensely. They have American pen sions (pronounced pon-say-ongB) in Paris, Berlin and Vienna, which lure many of my countrymen and women to destruction, and of which I hope to be able to tell you something later, but with all their faults I think they have some claims upon our consideration as tourists which lay over the English hotel conducted on the American plan. You are driven up to this hotel in a carriage, and you expect to alight at the ladies1 entrance, as you would un der similar circumstances at the Palmer or Grand Pacific. But jTou don't do any thing of the kind. The driver descends, and, approach ing a large iron gate, pulls a bell-knob, which pull is responded to by the ham mer of a...

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. — 1 November 1888

f" " J "v A : .. -. i "s. rt .-,-; r?; , . - ". ? -rj. '- ? -" .PillflMILS, Will .PiPEk.V WINDOW GLASS, T0ILT ASTKX-aS, -TO, ETC O-BaWorseu-irffMtsaT-e, COLBV, . KaK-UL Qse.- . VMVWf 4 DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES. U SJEratta eS&t MARTIN & HAMPTON, Proprietors. SsScSSr' Orfertcan be left st the store for Dr. V. C.-44-. a IMW DRUG Hk HHil j B-t TYBTTrr anroxczuajiis. -r tm m .rrar m r liffc aWj.--w.- B" i "-- -- t. DR. WM. M. BEAVER, Physician, Surgeon, AND OBSTETRICIAN. COLBY, KAS. Oflce in Colby drug "tore. Besjdenoe fout miles northeast of Colby. Calls If? wKb A.W. Fatcbln Co. will receive prompt attention i at all hours. Diseases of women and children a special tr. Colby Meat Market. XT. O. SFE1TCT.R. Keeps a good line of Fresh and Cured Meata. Cash paid for hides and poultry. THE Oberlin Farmer, Obeiilik, Decvtuk Co., Ka. All about the Oberlin Land District, eenption price, six months, " cents, box 43. Sub Lock . E. AN EPFS, FSOTOdKPS E H , 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. — 8 November 1888

ranpvl ".v iv',' 5." "' '..TS'- " -1 w'-aavx" V .- "y --3st-v jf- - ; Vd -y ."! JT ?- . awt-fcas couiiry L . 3f- Jf J. -v -yatt- Thomas Cat. H ' ' '! i VOL. IV. NO. 35. COLBY. THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 8. 188. ti.SO PER YEAR. . i "r-" ,w- ' " to v fTafe Y0tt Been O111 iraE BP AT HUNTLEY 1 If you haven't, WHY cJon't you come in and see it? Our stock is fixed up nobby, and new. No old gooos-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 600 OS 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 i...

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. — 8 November 1888

-- r?&?xzhFr'3C:'"r,' f&sssswrsin " " & lW ' . 't . '' " THOMAS COUNTY OAT. JOSEPH A. GILL, Editor. 0BY. KANSAS. THEY ARE SEVEN. "How many roses are there, deari" I asked a little maid. Seven," she answered, counting them With eyes demurely staid. "Why, no, dear; one has fallen down Here on the shelf, you see; And standing In the pretty vaso ToRettier there are three. "The other three are in the glass. Only reflected there."' She looked and nodded in assent, That l.ttle maiden fair. Three in the vase, one fallen down. And in the mirror three: Add them together, auntie dear; There will be seven, you see." I took the vaso down from the shelf. "Xow, Annie, come, look here; Dnly four roses with them all Together that is clear." With eyes serene, and far more calm Than Wordsworth's little maid, Sweet Annie heard my protest through. And listened und smayed. " If I were you," she gently said, With blue eyes raised to Heaven. I'd put them back there on the shelf. And then there ...

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. — 8 November 1888

trfe?' r:?T8f' SSSV W -'Sl1rBi- J t ! THOMAS COUNTY CAT. JOSEPH A. CILL, Editor. COLBY. fcANSAS THE PICKPOCKET. Dear,' she sobbefi, timidly (she was a bride), "My pocket lias been picked T' Witiiout a word (She -was a bride), he never once demurred: Oat from his rocket took, nor even sighed, A crisp new bill, and asked: "What was it, deari A. ten or twenty J See, I have it here !" (She was a bride.) "Only ten!" with pretty blush she cned; But looked so sweet that joyfully he laid . The twenty is her hand, and thought he paid Small price lor her quick kiss she was a turned; but a low whisper met his ear: "Perhaps perhaps I ought to tell you, Cear ' (She was a bride.) Her voice sank lower still; she faintly sighed And sought for words she could not seem to find; At last: "'Twas I who picked it; do you mind?" OI course he didn't mind (she was a bride), But tnought it such a pretty little trick. He laid down twenty more for her to pick. She was a bride, v Alice W. Iiolhm, in Time. GOOD ...

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. — 8 November 1888

-" 1 m..i..j ! i i ' i , i i --rrtTrmmmmlwmr--m-rTlTvrHml, vfTSsf-Sis 'i " ' - ,Vi - , C. H. Martin, President fi. A. Hall, Cashier, n THOMAS COUNTY CAT. i Sii: v?raKF3Cwrc--J ,?s!?i5?5ss rKgf -.tow t - ", - vv 5V ", ' ' " i ; - F : - p frHCAJ CUL'NTY AND CITF PAPER. It-turn !i Tlc)n.HsCountyPubIehlnjrCo.tat Colbj , Kui-mi e ery Thursday of each week. JCCLFK A. CILL, Editor. Oi'R PRESIDENT. on? vrT. 'UK? DENT. WiKop fi r onat' IlmT.ih f llanUon. IIiui'ioi: " me-idcnt. Tl.-iii. H c: ".:. Piosident. ?t'-u'K'in Tin H'ii.'-entative. Cit I'oi.u k'c'mn on tin 13th inst. Now Yc'.k i- v.iiil to I'O cm lain for Harrison t sop hi- -ii tin that General Har rison te to lio our president. President floehind has named Thursday N." 2!Mh. for a day of Almost f' MOO niik? of lailroadhave been built 'ii!'-1 JaM 1. 1SS8, in the United Ft lies James M. Eddy, a persistant digger after Capt. Kidd's supposed buried treasure on ihe 1st inst. dug up a kettle full of Sp.inish eoins near West port, 11. I. The...

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. — 8 November 1888

PLENTY OP MONET FOR CHATTEL L0ANS AND FARM m THE "THOMAS COUNTY CAT. ' TrSEPII A. GILL, Editor." THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8; 1888. ADVERTISING RATES 1 inch ner month .81.00 i column per mouth per inch 75 I column per month per inch.' j0 1 column per month per inch 50 Advertising for 1 week. 25 per cent ad ditional on above. Professional caids 75 cent per month. Locals 5 cents per line each insertion; 9 lines to the inch. Legal advertising, legal rates. UNION PACIFIC TIME TABLE, s SOUTH ISOCM). No. 2SI, I.enes Colby 3::50 p. ni. NORTH KOKND. No. 2S1. Anives at Colby lit 1 :31 . tn. OAKLEV. WEST llOUNb. No. tW, Arrive? tit 11:59 a. m. No. 201, Arrives at 11:10 p. in. EAST HOUND. No. 202, Arrives at r:25 a. m. No. 201, Arrives at 5:02 p. ni. No. 282. Lvs Colby 10:00, Ar Oakley 11:30 a. m No. SSI, Lvs Oakley 5:13, Ar Colby 6:45 p. m. D. A. Folts, Station Agent. C. K. & N. TIME TABLE. Coi.BV. Kas., Oct. 31st. 18S8. On Sunday, November 4th, the following time card will be in effect on the C...

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. — 8 November 1888

S v --.- r r JtySlE! . -?,. "T3U WOMAN'S DEPABTMENTL SHALL WOMEN VOTE? Tell us, honored prilsrun fathers. Who through stonny days and nlshtj Sought our shores la frost and winter In the quest of human rijrbts; Bad you then no pilgrim mothers. Seeking here for freedom dear! Was it only for your brothers And your sons you labored here? Men of Concord, Boston Harbor, Lexington and Banker heights. Were you for your sex contending? Was it not for human rights? Was your blood thought any richer Where the fearful work was done. Than the blood of Molly Pitcher On the field of Bennington? Did the founders of our Nation Shirk our patriot mother's cause. When they claimed for all creation Equal rights before the laws? When they claimod that payinj? taxes Gave the taxed the nght to vote. Did they mean should be included Only those who wear a coat? If King George were such a tyrant, Taxing them against their will. Then to tax defenseless women Made then greater tyrants stilL To affirm this is to...

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