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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 8 November 1888

nrTT" r ' - i nw P'j'1 & 5 VgfQR -? zfcsgSz n - i fi I! ES,- &i SHE FORGAVE HIM. tTIiy Coomr BMIger Was Not Compelled to Remove Ilfat Arm. "Billiger LIcSwat, remove your arm instantly.1' Great drops of perspiration broke out on the broad, intellectual brow of the young man to whom these words were addressed. "Have I presumed too much upon the kindness and familiarity with which she has treated me?"' he said to himself. "Have I lost her? No! No! It can not be! Itmustnot be!" And. he gave voice to the emotions that thrilled his soul. "Lobelia Grubb," he said, with the yearning, passionate warble of a young poet tendering tne nrst par- ' oxysin of his mu&e to a red-whiskered, cross-eyed, literary editor, "hear what I have to say first." Clearing his throat with convulsive energy, he went on: "For the love of heaven. Lobelia, do not tell me that I have been mistaken in thinking the uniform regard that has marked your conduct toward me during the last six months to bo a v.ann...

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. — 8 November 1888

wmmmmtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm !',1t 'i-! ffrl!Mifl'- Jr-a-ii?iySi?1V ij"l!."-tjM' ?- "' " Vfii PALACE DRUG STORE MARTIN & HAMPTON, Proprietors. PAINTS, OILS, Will PIPER, window GLASS, TOILET astjclbs, ktcl, etc OeefleottoataefPostoflee, COLBT, KAHSAS. DRUGS, MEDICHTES, DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES. All madicinea guaranteed "..'J!: -SS? ttoos carefully compounded ataH toon by compet" Sharmacists. Orders can be left at the store for Dr. V. .Eddy. DR. WM. M. BEAVER, Physician, Surgeon, AND OBSTETRICIAN. COLBY, KAS. Office in Colby drug store. Residence foui tailea northeast of Colby. Calls left with A.W. Patchln A Co. will receive prompt attention at all hours. Diseases of women and children a special ty. Colby Meat Market. 1ST. O. SPENCER. Keeps a good line of Fresh and Cured WeaJs. Cash paid for hides and poultry. TBS Oberlin Farmer, OisciiLix. Dfcvtuk Co , Kas. All about the Oherlm Land District, enption price, six months, 25 cents, box 43 Sub Lock j. E. VANEPPS, PHOTOGRAPH E R. , OBERLIN ...

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. — 15 November 1888

n5O01ITy fisSMIPtUMWaWWiesaWOTCWt L4 J' U v.' C Thomas Cat. ?r I ,., VOL. IV. NO. 36. COLBY. THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1888. $1.50 PER YEAR. m nei j&oirwiooesrss?Ticsi'ra: HT- i IT aye f ou een Quf (jpanil Display AT HUNTLEY m 1 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. THE GRAND CENTRAL, HUNTLEY IN NEW QUARTE...

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. — 15 November 1888

t- ir.rviv' JJ-fu X "I v V '" n . v THOMAS COUNTY OAT. JOSEPH A. GILL, Editor. COLBY. - - - . . KANSAS A BOUDOIR SECRET. Lucy: " Laura I" Laura: " 'What, dcarf' Lacy (blushinc vividly): "Oh. nothing much." Laura (beginning to be Interested): "It is, too J Tell me pl'aset' Jucy: " Not for the world '." Laura (sottovoce): "It beats the Dutch: I'll hae it, by degrees. (Aloud) "Oh, by the way. Jack Smith's In town." Lucy (with considerable agitation): "Jack Smitbr I I knew he was." Lauta: "They sjy he's bearded and burned brown; What makes you blush?" Lucy (withdowncastoyes); "Because!" Laura (after bestowing a Ion,?, searching and somewhat amused glance upon Lucy) : " But all the girls are after him Mabel, and Dai. and Nell, And Mame (I really pity Jim '.) And the two Kates, and Delle They're all half crazy over Jack; But why, I can't conceit e." Lury (shyly): "Perhaps, because he's just come back." Laura; Well, so has Charley Cleve V iThej both laugh. " Jack's homely that J must aver....

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. — 15 November 1888

JHH363BKttBSJ -X - f tJ .-KtN " --7i 1 tl It I iii 9J II , l) THOMAS COUNTY CAT. JOSEPH A. GILL, Alitor. COLBY. KANSAS TWO LIVES. We worked together, aide by s'de. We planned our future glory so. Till Lo-. e called hor, and, deeply tried. The woman bade the artist go. I strive alone and, lonely. And That toil which once was pleasure sweet; Yet choose the path, with steadfast mind, Marked out before my willing feet I clamber up the heights alone. How far they stretch what eye may see? Men follow where my steps have gone: Yes, men arc glad to follow me. And she pav e all her hope for this: One little hearthflre bright to keep; But for her goodman's nightly kiss, Her baby to sing soft to sleep. And I am great; and she is blest; Life can not give it all to one: To her. the quiet ways of rest; To me, the praise for deeds well done. Uy woman's heart at times would give For what she has all else beside. ler ardent soul, how can it lite Thus trammeled and be satisfied! With children grouped...

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. — 15 November 1888

:"-h w T- j. 3m i-iS'1' "J!?.-ffSF,.T3fWPn II Vjr; '3f --Z'i V. " V ";..,., rw uj7. iF i,.Vx-j-?v"yi-. lf - i5&l ajaawrr s-jasrastast. .aurc,ad'a$i4WEsaBS nrfftun.'yww TasswtJamteSiif AtTW5 x ' "''Tn'-rM.ihinji s '."111 II v aFEICIAL-Rvg'FyRNS" . -- .H.Mati. Presides.: T' k H rrPTjrrrnri irvr HE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. CAM Wfc DO ITT , f Is 'it PMslbl to IncrMM and Equalize the Rainfall In West ern Kansas? ju AlRfcKAJ SiigH&CagbW m M" r' c Hi . :t ? j ijui&s fcqge OFFICIAL COUNTY AND CITr PAPBB. Issued by Thomas County PnbtohlnrCo at Colby, Kansas every Thursday of each weeio JOSEPH A. CILL, Editor. Of the Election Held November 6th; In Thomas County, Kansas. 1888, A Scheme or Two Which We Think and Pwitioely Believe Would Work. If It Can be Done Millions of Dollars Wilt be Added to Lane County's Wealth. a 3 In 1H T i Ism- i ji ran i .' THE UNION PACIFIC. Consolidation of Its Kansas Colorado Lines. and A New line Projected to the Coal Fields of Colorado The Principal Offices ...

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. — 15 November 1888

(f j -' ' "" jtfilitey ' v .,' Ha fe-T V VV J-H' - , 1 v" I ' V r$ jMateaKBagasaaBW?yp'yw.a,M rf'ii PLENT Y OF MONET IT I 'Jb'f' i- $&. TOBl mm CHATTEL LOANS. N- AND ? rr K' S-r M Li Itfi $ B a jjj .V s: E- li CK w .1 .. I J . THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. JOSEPH A. GILL, Editor. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15. 1888. ADVERTISING RATES. 1 inch per month $1.00 i column per month per inch .75 - column per month per inch 60 1 column per month per inch 50 Advertising for 1 week, 25 per cent ad ditional on above. Professional cards 75 cents per month. Locals 5 cents per line each insertion; 9 lines to the inch. Legal advertising, legal rates. UNION PACIFIC TIME TABLE. MlCTII IIOBMI. 'Ji, Leaves Colin 'i.W p. m. No. NORTH nOWNIJ. No. 381. Arrives at Colly at 1 :30 p. in. OAKT.EY. WEST UOUMI. No. 2OT, Arrives Htll:.Va. in. No. 201, Arrives at 11:10 p. in. EIST BOUND. No. 202, Arrives at 5:23 a. in. No. 204, Arrives at 5:02 p. m. No. 282. Lvs Colby 10:00, Ar Oakley 11 :30 a. m No. 2bl, Lvs Oakley 5:15. ...

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. — 15 November 1888

BfSf M ,.m',, WOMAN'S DEPARTMENT. MONEY MATTERS. ae Source of Tronble 1m th Rttvrhr,T 'Women 1 at SCarrled , Dlaad- vantage. There is bo more common cause of troubles in families than the vexed money question. Young women who have been earning good salaries marry, and give up their opportunities of securing an income of their own, in order to make a home and take care of it They have been accustomed to draw their money with tneir own nanas and plan how to use it. But now it is all different No money comes into their hands as their own; they have to ask some one else for every cent they require to meet their personal wants. And however dear that one may be, no two people ever see things just alike, and this necessity sooner or 'ater be comes exceedingly irksome, not to say unendurable. From this very thing arise probable most of the differences and heart-burnings of wedded life. The English father of wealth or mod erate means demands that the suitor for his daughter's hand shall sett...

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. — 15 November 1888

m -y fvfcT "- -v -'ia&gr ! mss -j S''V'3's',' iJ i ji I r ;& rj. AC SC Si ! i r n v- U H . i I H WOODCHUCK'S BURROWS. A Sportsman Wh Exasalaed Them Tela How They Are Contracted. Through some parts of the State of Connecticut it would he hard to pick out a clover field of any size that did not have a woodchuck burrow in some part of it Sometimes they choose a site somewhere under the stone wall which surrounds the field, or if there is a large rock, as is often the case, anywhere about the middle of the field, the animal will burrow under this as a very choice location. Finally the rooti of an old apple tree or other tree are oiten chosen for its strong hold, the burrow being dug down among them, the owner seeming to possess a realizing senbe that no one would ever dream of attempting to dislodge him from such quarters. As is the case w ith the excavations made for their habitations by most fossorial mammals, the burrow of a woodchuck at first descends obliquely into the eart...

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. — 15 November 1888

C?y:- !$ffu zpzizm: t '"fpinpMHIHHH -' j Pi "A"VTiKt PALACE DRUG STORE. PUNTS, MLS. WALL EABEW DHTTCS, MBDXCXNSIS. DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES. AUwedlciiiesguanteedport ; fft- ggjgg tiont carefully compounded idlhoMy g" pharmacists. Orders can be left at the store ior .ur. y. WINDOW GLASS, TOILKT ARTICLES, BTO, 1C OnedeorsouthofPostoBee, O0" KAXtAS. MARTIN & HAMPTON, Proprietors. .Eddy. v -Tj .J ff Vil M Official County Directory- Clerk James M. Summers. Treasurer C. M. Hovey. Better of Decd-James C. Passell. 8beriff-M. W. Witham. Surveyor T. P. Chamber. Coroner-Dr. S. B. Lutgen. I First Dist.-W.H- Smith. Com'rs Second " -"1,"' n' I Third W. M. Baldwin. Probate Judge-H.TlAcey, w.,ker Supenntendent Public Ins t w. w. waucer Attorney W. 8. Willcoxon. Henrccntarive G. W. Gpodsoe. Clerk District Court E. J. Paine. District Judge L K. Pratt. City Directory Mayor J. B. Merrison, Clerk-C. B. Dakin. Treasurer J. E. Meslemre, Mni-hal S. S Burlina. Police .Tudpc J. B. Irwin, Attorney Jos. A. Gill...

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. — 22 November 1888

i -v - CSW ' 't " '' - :v V? - - T - f ' i . 7 'j'" 1 -v 'i, . - . ,-.-. . r- , 't-zmr -" f .is.v- S'fe' TTTT v' '-.- , ".- ? S!33 "t -a -yrrCT JMatftr.!, p-tA OOUNTy w - Thomas Cat - VOL. IV. NO. 37. COLBY. THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 2-S, i88. $1.50 PER YEAR. &V -T - i v y I - 'are f on jeen Qhp ranl jjiiplaj? AT HUNTLEY & BEHNE'S, 1 m m ft. I. 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 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 ...

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. — 22 November 1888

v ,; rri JHmte A&gpgRHJlRPipi - & J , tfSS K. " . 't s. ' 4 yA ft . i THOMAS COUNTY OAT. JOSEPH A. CILL, Editor. COLBY. ------ KANSAS JUST A NEIGHBORLY CALL. Who's that a comin' up the path! run. Betsey Jane an' see. Til bet it's horrid ol' Mis' Jones a comin' here to tea. Mis' Perkins, is it? Wuss an' wuss. Td ruther hear it thunder. She's on a tat'lin' trip, I s'pose. What brings her here, I wonder! II J I how that woman likes to talk. Don't ask her if she'll stay, For if we urged her hard enough she'd never go away. Of all the gosslpcrs I know, Mis' Perkins beats 'cm holler. She's jest chuckful o' news an' things, I'll bet a silver dollar. She's got that ol' silk bunnit on. It's older than the hills. Land, don't it look redickerl'us, all ruffles, puffs an frills! What's that you say! She's got her work? Wall, han me down my knittin. I'll ask her whyol' Jim Tom'songive her da'ter Ann the mlttin. Com in. Mis' Perkins it this you! I'm awful glad you come, Fer, as I says to 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. — 22 November 1888

h .-.- 4s-v4S'r"-, ovis P 5V Jf -V ' "" W?" .- t - ' "-"' ;- -3iaej V- - i f THOMAS COUNTY CAT. JOSEPH A. CILL, Editor. COLBY. 9 KANSAS. IN SIGHT O' LAND. Above the restf nl summer sea The skies are clear, tne winds are bland; And the ship rides oa lull merrily, In sight o" land. Glad songs of home float on the air From those upon the deck who stand; Ana eyes prow dim and wistful there in sight o' laad. An hour and friend with friend w.ll meet. Lip cling to lip, and hand clasp hand. O! how the heart throbs sorely sweet In sight o' land! Butlo! athwart the radiant heaven f Alas for hopes by mortals planned) The thick clouds of the storm arc driven. In sight o' land. Cursed by confusion dark, as though God had awhile resigned command. Tfce furious waves crash to and Xro, In sight o' land. And that proud ship, which oft has crossed The changeful sea from strand to strand, "With every soul on board, Is lost la sight o' land. The morning comes, with joyant breath But cold and silent on t...

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. — 22 November 1888

r&r pss-vm ' TS : s I &1 " &j 2s" '- V5lfr - - a- ,jjfeab, ' HE THOMASJOUNTY CAT. OFFICIAL COUNTY AND CIXF PAPER. Issued by Tbomas County Publehlng; Co., at Blby, KanEas every Thursday of each week. Colby, JOScPH A. CILL, Editor. The gold product of the U. S. in 1887 was $33,093,0003 the silver pro duct $53,408,800. . The democrat who estimated that Martin's majority in Kansas would be 30,000, only missed it a little over 100,000 votes. A dispatch from Texas saj's that Mrs Geo. Hersh, of Nevarro county, gave birth to six children on Nov. 3d. It wasn't much of a dayfor births in that family either. The Newton Republican recom mends a change in Kansas manner of counting votes on election da', so that while the voting is going on the counting may also. It would facili tate mutters very much if the Repub lican's suggested change were adopted. Newspapers in Kansas are said u be dying at the rate of one per day- Kansas is the banner republican state she gives Harrison 81,000 p...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 22 November 1888

o j.'" -"iHi,5 '.'ri v. ,?j .Jr?,"vi vj-tV- y, - wvvvj- $ -r .7 - - - - - - II- s 2f v PLENTY OF MONET FOR FARM HATTEL LOANS. N- n : AND ) "V 'Li fc?s j I. v 4 1 1 M h V .s- THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. JOSKPH A. GILL, Editor. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1888. ADVERTISING RATES. 1 inrh per montli $1.00 i column per month per incli .75 i column per montli per inch 60 1 column per month per inch 50 Advertising for 1 week, 25 per cent ad ditionnl on above. Professional cards 75 cents per month. Locals 5 cents per line each insertion; 9 lines to the inch. Legal advertising, legal rates. UNION PACIFIC TIME TABLE. SOUTH BODNI. Loa es Colliy 3:30 p. m. NORTH BOUND. Arrives at Colby at 1 :30 p. m. OAKLEY. WFST BOUND. Arrive? at 11:59 a. m. Arrives at 11:10 p. in. EAST BOUND. Arrives at 5:23 a. m. Arrives at 5:02 p. m. Lvs Colby 10:00, Ar Oakley 11:30 a. m Lvs Oakley 3:15, Ar Colby 6:45 p. in. D. A. Folts, Station Agent. Wo. 282, No. 281. No. 203, No. 201, No. 202, No. 204, No. 282, No. 281, C. K. &...

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. — 22 November 1888

w '. U h-i f" it- '3 . . WOMAFS DEPARTMENT. A LIMIT TO USEFULNESS.' ' 'What can a helpless female dor Bock the cradle, and bake and brew. Or, If no cradle your fate afford. Rock your brother's wife's for your board: Or live in one room with an invalid cousin. Or sew shop shirts for a dollar a dozen. Or please some man by looking- sweet. Or please him by jjivlii? him thins to cat, Or plfase him by asking much advice. And thinking whatever he docs is nice. VUit the poor under supervtsionj ; Doctor the sick who can't pay a physician; Sa e men's time by doins their praying. And other odd jobs there's no present piy in. But if you presume to usurp employments, deserved by them lor their special enjoy ments, Or if you succeed when they knew yon wouldn't Or earn money fast when they said you couldn't. Or learn to do things they'd proved were above you. You'll hurt their feelings, aud then they won't love you." Journal of Yoman' Work. RIGHTS AND NO RIGHTS. The Difference Itetween Woman's Ri...

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. — 22 November 1888

v'r Vt TvC-;3" 5ltfV ,'N r ?- '"i rm hr.g- ".-?- fcS m J ' th , 4 'i! ,- ,( I) i I l. 1 FISHING FOR AMBER. The tTorld' Supply Caught In the Waves Off the Baltic Coast. Tho bulk of the amber supply of tho Trorld comes now from the region known as the Samland, on the East Prussia coast of the Baltic, about half way between Kurisches Haff and Frisches Haff, and from the lighthouse at Brusterot can be seen with the naked eve lhi whole stretch of coast on which the precious petrifaction is now found, and frum which it has come for threo thousand years. The belt of "blue earth" in which the detached frag ments of amber are found lies from twenty to thirty feet below the surface of the beach. The amber can be, and is to some extent, obtained by mining, but unacr the water the vein comes much n.-arer to the surface, and is fro quentlv exposed entirely by the action of thevraves, so that fishing for tho amber '.5 easier than digging, and most of it i obtained in tlmt way. The amber fishermen...

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. — 22 November 1888

-y-Ai i.-H "ir Hffefcl i" .v iwj.v,xi-'n-W-v.lJ-' m mtBE: PALACE DRUG STORE. PAINTS, OILS, WAIL PAPER, WINDOW GLASS, TOiLFT AHTICLBS,eTC., KtC Om deorstmtli ot FostoOee, COLMT, Raiwaj. LEW E. DARROW, Vice Preat. DRUGGISTS' 8UNDRIES. Al! medicines guaranteed pure ' "S? ttons carefully compounded t 1 bpuisby fomge pharmacists. Orders can be left at the store for Dr. v. MARTIN & HAMriuiN, rropnetors. C. Eddy. Mr Official County Directory- Clerk James M. Summers. Treasurer C. M. Hovey. Register of Deeds James C. Passell. Sheriff M. W. Witham. Surveyor T. P. Chambers. Coronfcr-Dr.8.B.Lutgen. I First Dist.-W. H. Smith. Com'rs Second " -FrankPinKree, Ch n. Third " W. M. Baldwin. Probate Judge M. L. Lacey, Supenutendent PubHc Ins't W. W. Walker Attorney W. 8. Willcoxon. Kepresentative G. W. Goodsoo. Clerk District Court E. J. Paine. District Judge L. K. Pratt. City Directory Mayor J. B. Merrison, Clerk C. B. Dakin. Treasurer J. E. Meglumre, Murolial S. S Burlinfr. Police Judge J. B. Irw...

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. — 29 November 1888

WP :-v? rsev- igsssa V. &&&P- fff fyg. rtC?5 rsa Jt .V MMfc1 er JKi - " i .TS I Thomas Cat. VOL. IV. NO. -,8! COLBY. THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 29, 1888. I $1.50 PER YEAR FWWmwem COUNTy mm m fou gees AT h HUNTLEY 11 mi urn 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 are proud to know tnat they are arr 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. ,ur Grocery Parlor IS IMMENSE! The celebrated high grade flour for fam- f ily use, "The Model rand bakeries in the city about it. Try a sack. 1 THE GRAND CENTRAL, HUNTLEY IN NEW QUARTERS. THE Pioneer Store ! Of Thomas County is now in the NEW' BRICK BUI...

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. — 29 November 1888

ammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmni v;-' K--p? W'WML'iL -fcWUlL J JHMHIHPPaBBi T- TT'JKS?- rA7 t'? ; x- , - ""-, 7 , ' - - "3 WA u .1 i THOMAS COUNTY OAT JOSEPH A. GILL, Editor. COI.BY, - KANSAS IF LIFE WERE ONLY GLADNESS. We weep for sadness, dear, to-day. And wish the world were better, And from Fate's hands would tear away The heavy iron fetter Of sorrow, wherewith she doth bind Hearts that deserve the sweetest And happiest lot mortals may find; Lives fairest and cotnpletest. We ra 1 at wrongs and pray that God W.U right earth's baleful badness; But should we not bow 'neatb the rod. And find the good of sadness? Is not day more glad that night It ever follows after? Wbat eyes mo-e fair than those made tright By tears, as well as laughter? The present's pain and trouble earns The futu e's peace and Joy The gold that in the furnace burns Comes forth w thout alloy. The soul that beats the cross of woe And tells the saddest story On earth, in Heaven's peace shall know The heights of lovu and gl...

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