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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 7 March 1889

'-& K21 V lV3k- 131 i i V3- KCI V saaaaasaaasssaBaaasaOTaaOTOTOT- . . . - ! aaaaasaaaaaaam J v I I . i i Bf: S' hi 11 it. PROPHETIC VERDICT. Ths Handwrltlas; o the Wall Walea Pointed to Amerlcaa Independence. Gouvcrneur Morris dated American liberty, not from the Stamp act of 1765, but from the prosecution of Peter Zenger, in 1734, on the charge of libeling the Governor of New York and his official friends. WiHiam Cos by Was the Governor. He was an ir ritable man, who, having been sent to the colony to mend his broken fort une, did much to hasten colonial emancipation. Unscrupulous and av aricious, he insisted on new surveys of land and new grants, in order that he might clutch at great perquisites. "Do you think I mind that?" he an swered those who objected that the Governor was acting against law. 'I have great interest in England." : The New York Weekly Journal was established to defend the cause of the people against the arbitrary Gov ernor, who was trying to play the part o...

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. — 7 March 1889

7 BM'p W3& 4' v Es5SR'5- S 'a w " -- r 4. ". Pr & fCJPtVa-T.! .-' : t- - vr.v ' irjMmi&mmm .-avaaMsaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa i - ' x , "- . r - - -. i n- . . . '-. mJS "" r 't O. K. LIVERY BARN. 'Fine teams and carnages with or without drivers. FEED AND SALE STABLE. SAMUEL YOUSSE, Prop. EAST FOURTH STREET, OOLBY, KANSAS. HARRY MOYER, M ANUFACTUHER OF BOOTS & SHOES All the latest styles in pegged and sewed shoes and boots. Repairing promptly "and neatly executed. Having had sever al years experience in thebunlnnss, I can safe ly fmarantee satisfaction. Shop two doors north State Bank, Colby, Kas. R. CYRIL TAYLOR LOANS MONEY On Chattel Mortgage. NOTARY PUBLIC. ISr Over the Hall &. Martin Bank. V. C. EDDY.M D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON COUNTY HEALTH OFFICER. D calls answered from residsnee on Mission Bidge Avenue between Fourth and Filth Sts. E. VAN METRE, ATTORNEY AT LAW.- Will practice in all the courts, room 5, oor 1st National Bank. Office in CQI.BV, Kansas. CITY MEAT MA...

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. — 14 March 1889

w&$ km jrj- trSc r i i! -,Fi , -i, tv - -. pOUMTy .s s ilJ Thomas Cat tJL'5 ' . vesfci 4 w iffi ?--i ."r ,- v- "3W9 rteg 2 fJ VOL. V. NO. i. COLBY, THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS. THURSDAY. MARCH 14, 1889. 1.50 PER YEAR. UiHBA.Xl sfHasssssssssssssssiss mm ft i rj j 1 t. iC$ k3. H. Martin, President. sfl ? Hill 1 i.4i E. A. Hall, Cashier. I Bill, X (Success?13 to First National Bank.) PAID UP CAPITAL, $50,O0O, Directors: C. H. Mai Lin, W. S. Willcoxon, Joseph A. Gill, E. A, HUL, It. M. 3IcGoni;al W. TI. Concland. C. E. Corporan. ESPDoes a general I'-inrfing business, Duys and sells exchange, home and foreign, pajs interest on time deposits, oayd special attention to the pay ment of taxes for non-residents. SST'A complete set of abstracts of title of Thomas county kept in the bank. Office hours, 9 a. m. to 12 ni.; 1 p. m. to 4 p. m. COLBY DRUG JSTORET The Colby Drug Store has now opened up with an entire new stock of kenpal PAINTS, OIL, GASOLINE, COAL OIL AND TOILET ARTICLES OF ALL DESCRIP...

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. — 14 March 1889

r- TJC j'JJ' ' s'"-f M Mv$tf$ fPrFr wt&. ' . . ffffr ' I fR. : mi l --v. j THOMAS COUNTY OAT. JOSEPH A. GILL, Editor. COLBY, - - . . KANSAS (A SECRET. A secret, friend? Oh. stay I Give it not me, I pray Theunoanny thing! It loves the darkness best, And it carries a strange unrest 'Neath its vampire wing. Once when my wit was youagr, f Too young to restrain my tongue From careless words, (I doubt that 'twill e'er be sage Enough, howe'er old, to cage Sach restless birds.) I accepted, with flattered pride, secret to keep and hide For a trustful friend. But my pride turned to pained regret, Indeed 1 suffer it yet; With power of a llend Round its cage in my brain it flew, Beat the bars till it broke them through, And, I own it with shame, Flew out o'er my silly tongue. Kemembcr my wit was young Ere you harshly blame. And this is the pitiless end: I lost the regard of my friend By betraying his trust! So take the weird birdling hence; But I pray you take no offense; Refuse it I must. ...

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. — 14 March 1889

ji.5'Vei& -S-K . rAifS -.ir f. 1 T - ' vt3" i - ;y?3 $1 l . i t THOMAS COUNTY CAT. JOSEPH A. GILL, Editor. KANSAS. COLBY. THE CLEVER DETECTIVE. Although of Wood He "Was Worth a Dozen of the Ordinary Klad. " Who is the new man on the force?" There was no answer. None of the nffinas ncsnm Vilnrl u. VlOJldnilJirterS w.r nnv tlnn ,rninr him ex- sw-.w-.4- 4V4- iV. ?r,crvnnfn liorl Vtrmifrht bimin miietlva few evenimrs before and introduced him as Sergeant Tetchem. The strange inappropri ateness of si.ch a name for a detective had str ack them at once, but the new man had gone to work without a word as if thoroughly familiar with his du ties, and his first 30b had been the ar Test of a burglar whom he had caught in tho act and overpowered, bringing lim.to the station alone, despite tho i fact that the prisoner was a burly, T,o,,.f1 fl W rrlv twicn thfi si j,v,r. . ....., oi ms cjjnor. Every day since his accession to the force he had signalized, himself by some unheard-of exploit He h...

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. — 14 March 1889

te? ; .,.- v.!Vl-4!-J- r..r.--! -- i! r "?ft5 ?? 1&BS . sfEC VZi --U, "ST Tf,v : c s&p- ? ' '3 v-v - YisEr"v?r; rs?z fo'swrtj -T . , i - . jrvT -" '- -. t Sltt'jSfl."" . i ---S3--- ," . T "5 ffcJL," f!f Jt Vr V J , , , j. t,"? . T!t6l I ' vx-r., ,' . TV . .' 1 - , . , r. -'i: -' , 'i te : 5 - r t r I J0 r ? ; fe . PPw ' THE THOMASJOUNTY CAT. OFFICIAL COUNTY AND CETr PAPER. Issued fry Thomas Conpty Publshlngr Co., at Colby, Kansas every Thursday Of each week. 1 i; JOSEPH A. qiLL, Editor. A GREAT BARGAIN. We offer the Thomas County Cat and the Philadelphia Weekly Press one year for $1.75 in advance, to all subscribers old or new. The Press is a large, first-class re publican journal, second to none in the United States, giving in detail all the general and political news of the day. JPhjB Thomas County Cat will give the news of the town, connty. and neighborhood as fully as possible. With both these papers no reader need "be ignorant of passing events. They ought to be in 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. — 14 March 1889

Fi7Er.'- Iv rj-s lf "" ' pST TS&- .T. "VSr5T NEW PRESIDENT. NEW ADMINISTRATION! -II jM SHIMP, THE CLOTHIER, l wH r . ON DECK WITH NEW SPRING STYLES. COME AND SEE US AND BUY YOUR SPRING SUIT. id rT'sw-1' c- f.i m n New Spring Suits for New Spring Pantaloons, New spring Flannel shirts, THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. JOSEPH A. GILL, Editor. THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1889. SALINA & COLUV KY. TIME TABLE. West. East FrF'& STATIONS, j ,FJt& Pass'r. Puss'r ,1'ass'r. Fass'r. Lv il'ly ' ar d'ly ex Sun Leaves j Arrive ex Sun day, daily. idaily. day. a. 3i. a. in. . I. m. p. in. T.(X) 4.55 Sulinn j 11.40 5.30 10.00 6.3.1 Lincoln Center 9-57 2.30 p. m. a, m. 2.40 9.40...Plainn!le... 7.10 9.40 4.40 11.00 ...Hill City... I 5.31 7.05 p. m. I 7.10 12.15 Hoxie i 4.15 5.05 I a. m. 9.30 1.25 Colby I 3.03 3.00 p. in. 2.15 ....Oakley....! 2.15 C. K. Ac N.-KOCK ISLAND ROUTE-NO V 18, '88. GOING WEST. DistUit frm frm Day Ni.t Ex Ac corn Colo Col Sp'gl by. EX p in p m Chicago St. Joseph Kansas City Norton ...

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. — 14 March 1889

t- . & ; 27- . i, j ubm. . ... s 9r 5t'i -V"y " s?v (. w vt 5jjr'v J7HR55 r.-vrf-st'v-r- k - rtV'is: j OS: - ILir. feM v, y ? ' - ! . vl pf w- ,- -" ' y " f.-.-' " v '3b rdW j . WORK. Or course I loved him. (One, two, three. And slip the fourth.) Dear fallow, 70s, He fairly worshiped me. (Now look: This lime you take two stitches less.) Quite tall, well bu.lt; his eyos wore gray (You pull that thread the other way. Two loops.) A dimple in his chin. The sweetest hair. (My dear, observe.) He was a poet. (This begins The second row, and makes the curve.) Tm sure you'd like to read the rhymes He wrote me. f Round the edge, three times.) Poor boy ! His fate was very sad; He d ed quite young. (Another one But not so tight) It broke mv heart. (There, that is very nicely done.) He was my first love, and my last. (Be carelul, dear; don't go too fast.) My husband? Oh, the kindest soul! I met him (now. the pattern shows!) In Europe. Wo were married there; And oh, well, yes I as marr'age go...

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. — 14 March 1889

. &.&- AiSSlGae 3l??3fl .'-v$-r ' . &$ IS CS&SeS-: i&4,'L? v v J"? ir"- &y&zrzLM P- " &rr-4 - j S.di. . -J v3 V "- - . , lwf I & I "o 1 4 i A 1 i i 1 i .If J WOMAFS DEPABTMMH A WOMAN'S REFLECTIONS. That things are hard tor women, came boa To me at the last election, When I couldn't go and help elect Candidates of my own selection. And many a time I found that I Was a woman's lot upbraiding, When I sat at home, and men were out Torchlighting and parading. And settling, just as it pleased themselves. All the affairs of the nation; But that woman had equal interests at Stake, Never entered their calculation. Many a time I hare been assured That nothing could be much plainer, Than, if a woman did have a vote. That wouldn't make her a gamer. Well, maybe not, though men sometimes find It a help in gaining a living; Why, just this last election, I know Our Ward Committee was giving Five hundred dollars for every vote . They gained from the opposition; An...

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. — 14 March 1889

'g8fcS fe JWJsf V rsff t'Sb ' Via ?.?mrai3sT?. J3" " -' -4T'KV.Tr'-.. rwPiimBrasrasssn Ri ' -; i - . r M r nf r- 3t : fl &r.e v ri- COURT DOCKET. CRIMINAL. Sttfte of Kansas vs J. L. Gandy and Alex. Snow Larceny. State of Kansas vs. Joseph Beach Larceny. State of Kansas vs. Joel T. Harris Murder. State of Kansas vs. James Wilson Obtaining money under false pretence. State of Kansas vs. James. D! Ball Assault with intent to kill. CIVIL. L. L. French and R. L. Riddle vs. Lew E. Darrow, Jacob Clinkin beard, Wrh. Equal, Robert A. Wells and Wm. Frazies Fore closure. Lew E. Darrow vs. John Slining, M. A. Neal and Elizabeth Neal Foreclosure. Lew E. Darrow vs. Evan Young and Sarah J. Young Fore closure. Lew E. Darrow vs. Fred Snell and Louisa Snell Foreclosure. Lew E. Darrow vs. Edward Snell and Ida Snell Foreclosure. J A. McKillip vs. Earnest Boerner, Henry Boerner, Colby Town Site Co., R. S. Newell and J. S. Warden Suit to open pub lic alley. J. B. VanClevc vs. C. K. & N. Ry. Co. A...

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. — 21 March 1889

??lfH - 1 fcaa t - fcKSH Thomas IW VOL. V. NO. 2. COLBY. THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS. THURSDAY. MARCH 21, 1889. 1.50 PER YEAR. jl f. C. H. Mastin, President. MiHirl 1 (Successors to First National Bank.) PAID UP CAPITAL, $50,O0O. Directors : C. H. Martin, W. S. Willcoxon, Joseph A. Gill, E. A. Hall, R. M. McGoniual W. 11 Coucland. U. .E Uorporan. IST'Does a general oimang business, 0113-3 and sells exchange, home -and foreign, pays interest on time deposits, pays special attention to the pay ment of taxes for non-residents SPA complete set of abstracts of title of Thomas county kept in the bank. Office hours, 9 a. m. to 12 m.; 1 p m. to 4 p. m. COLBY DRtTG STORE! The Colby Drug Store has now opened up with an entire new stock of Tf ( IknpaMj PAINTS, OIL, GASOLINE, COAL OIL AND TOILET ARTICLES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. Finest Line of Cigars in the City. 53T" Prescriptions carefully compounded da or night by registered 'Pharmacist. Come and see us, whether 3 ou buy or not. A. W. PATCHIN. West Si...

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. — 21 March 1889

&m. 3S& reg tv W" z?i , Ifti U .. THOMAS COOTTY OAT. JOSEPH A. CILL, Editor. COLBY, KANSAS THE BUILDER'S STORY. What time we were wedded our prospect was high First floor down the chimney my Milly and I; Our neighbors below thought more happiness theirs, But we climbed up to hearen when we mounted the stairs. Some rickety furniture filled up the place; On the walls our two photographs hung face to faco; A square of old carpet its pile had been lost; One toacup between us less sugar it cost. When the sunset was making for darkness a way, And the jack-plane and hand-saw I 'dropped for the day, H How I entered the house with a skip and a hop, And, two steps at once, cl mbed the stairs to the topi The teakettle sang a new song when I came; The fire, at my voice, showed a ruddier flame; And better than lamp-light to chase away gloom, The smile of my Milly illumined the room, There were beautiful iews o'er the tin-covered roofs. Away from the sound of the street horses' hoofs; Wit...

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. — 21 March 1889

tears? !iAVft T - VA A f'1 nif;-f Tas&S- v . 4Ki?iTr-i3ty: K? - -c xT W?', Z82ki3S&E2'. ki hjv.ewuv sa-T j j. . '-. - tr i.' " Xr ml 'bt'CP vVii - iW' ' 'a! h. -&i s j) (1 vf u? . i it fr T I! f- THOMAS COOTTY OAT. ' JOflEPH A. QILL, Editor. OLBY. - . KANSAS CARE OF CARPETS. Mow to Sweep Then and How to Re move Grease sad Ink Spots. Acarpet that has been cared for properly, although only of an ordi nary kind, -will outlast one of a su perior grade that has been neglected. Therefore at is very important that the carpet be carefully treated. The sweeping of a carpet requires, to be sure, some strength, but generally housewives give too much strength to this work, more than s ever needed. It is very foolish to dig with the broom so hard that it seems as though you were trying to get at the floor be neath, jet that is the way many "women sweep, some of them sven working the carpet from the sides of the room in spots. As the dust on a carpet is always on the surface, a light,...

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. — 21 March 1889

if '."." T" h "" w s7r 'STvwIn srW" lV& r?P?V .J r ' ,- ?? fr ,i '' 7 rs jt ' r r.'? .. ijf . (' Jfll -Jw fc - 4.Ct . UJJi. V M , . ( N & 1r tfc. r r & trr Hvr THE THOMASJMW CAT. OFFICIAL COUNTT AND CUT PAPER. Issued by Tbomas County PublshipK Co., at Colby, Kansas e ery Thursday of each week. JOSEPH A. GILL, Editor. A GREAT BARGAIN. "We offer the Thomas County Cat and the Philadelphia Weekly Press one year for $1.75 inadvance, to all subscribers old or new. The Press is a large, first-class re publican journal, second to none in the United Stales, giving in detail all the general and political news of the da'. The Thomas County Cat will give the news of the town, count and neighborhood as full as possible. With both these papers no reader need be ignorant of passing events. They ought to be in the hands of ever fam ily in Thomas county. Kansans hunting public Federal po sitions do not seem to hunt with suc cess. This spring should not go by with, out an organization of ...

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. — 21 March 1889

"-ar''wVj SC& v5?.J$ Vy, 5&? m ' - r - ?-." i'v:' Y-vfSiv . r-H""- v".- j-isi-ocv -i hJ&i" ' -TNrtTv ; - -ji- i . . . -... , -jaM.---5r; Jr, - VI- .TmP It 's&i - vB-- f . , Ur Sir Ifefc ", .--.: J&- Underwear, Flannel Dress Shirts, Work Overalls, Jumpers, Etc., Etc. JOSEPH A. GILL, Editor. THURSDAY, MARClT21,l89. SALINA i COLBY KY. TIME TABLE. 1 a : T ViS HIM PfeV i - yT - ' 'V?t ' TiVq x IVI J&x THU THHMAQ rmiNTY TAT Removal. Joe lmonts West. Eust Fr'A 27'' STATIONS. lFl,?8& Pass'r. Pass'r Pnes'r. Pass'r. Lv d'Jy , r d'ly ex Sun Leaves Arrive ex Sun day, daily. dally, day. a. ui. a. in. p. ra. p. ni. 7.U0 4.55 Salinu ll.0 5.: 10.00 0.33 Lincoln Center .57 2.30 p. m. a. in. 2.40 0.40 ...Plainille... 7.10 9.40 4.40 11.00 ...Hill City... 5.31 7.05 p. ni. 7.10 12.15 Hoxie 4.15 5.05 a. ni. 9 30 1.25 Colby 3.05 3.00 p. ni. 2.15 ....Oakley. .. 2.15 C. K. & N.-KOCK ISLAND ROUTE-MOV 18, '88. CJOINO WK8T. Dist frm Dist frm Da Ex Nl.t Ex Ac coin Colo sp'g! Col ...

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. — 21 March 1889

J-- t'"' ',! i 3kEi ,K;r.lI ' v v.-i. - 7. . ask .ZlVK- T COQUETTE. 1 lore her so! Sae does not know The ardor of my passion. Though she's divine. Such love as mine Is sadly out of fashion. She Is so sweet! , - But though discreet, She's playful as a kitten, And lean see ' She'd laugh at me It she knew how I'm smitten , 'Sae'dlaagh at me 1 ' I plainly see, For Jotc is out of fashion Wiih such as she, She's fancy free, , And only plays with passion. Vet, after all. On earth's round ball There's no one ranks shore her, I want her so! By Jove! Til ko And tell her how I lore her! Louisville Courier-Journal. A BRAVE EHN FOE LIFE. How John Colter Escaped a Ter rible Death. Ho Travels Naked for Sevea Days Pur sued by a- Bloody and Relent less Foe and at Last Reaches j a Place of Safety. What is known as Lewis and Clarke's expedition to explore the Missouri river took place in the year 1805. It was manned by Captain Merriwether Clarke, three sergeants and seven sol diers of the United State...

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. — 21 March 1889

",a4 "S ,v.MJA - V. i-7E&. v ( s ) i is & ff I jf CULTIVATION OF SOIL. To What Depth aad to What Exteat farm Utnds Shoald Be 'Tilled. The cultivation of the surface soil to a depth sufficient to supply at all times the conditions of mellowness and moisture is the great desideratum in the production of crops, for if these conditions exist the greatest amount of plant food and moisture will be supplied, and the greatest possible growth of crops will result. How little, then, has man to do toward the pro duction of the fruits of the earth. He can not produce growth, nor does cul tivation itself produce growth, but simply and only supplies the con ditions for the appropriation of plant food and moisture, and for its supply to the greatest degree. To "till the ground" is the great thing and the only thing which man can do, and all the rest is provided and supplied by a beneficent Creator. To cultivate, or "till the ground" to a sufficient depth and to a sufficient extent to suppl...

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. — 21 March 1889

r it Th Hon. J. B. McGonlgal started for Wash ington, D. C. Saturday last. Does Oberlin want a college? is the question now being propounded to the citizens of that place. Samuel Yousse, Esq,, our popular liv eryman, proprietor of the O. K. Livery Barn, made a trip to Atwood Monday. H. B. Finley, of Hastings, representat ive of the Nebraska Loan and Trust Co., visited Colby in the interest of his com pany this week. Master Boy Dean, son of L. P. Dean, city marshall, has been seriously ill for the past two weeks, but is said to be slowly recovering. Dr. C. H. Oakwood, of Abilene, an eminent specialist, was in the city last week and performed a number of diffi cult surgical operations. Capt. J. B. McGonigai returned on Fri day last. He is now Junior Vice Com mander of the G. A. R. having been elect ed such at Emporia last week. Now is the time of year when the thrif ty merchant advertises. Place your bar gains before the public, and you will reap a benefit, as well as your customers. ...

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. — 28 March 1889

i-t-V-rc f . K i ix-A $ isgBssr V J -; F'-W5wr33i d i yt. J S . j . v Isa4x ." LMfi Thomas Cat. A v i -W - I4 i VOL. V. NO. 3. COLBY. THOMAS OUNTY, KANSAS. THURSDAY. MARCH 28, 1889. xe 4 $1.50 PER YEAR W r couiiry ' KaVaanununuuHnnuun' - it- 1 - 1 1 . . it I I, B I K W M J. H. Martin, President. Vail i M (Successors to First l PAID UP CAPITAL, $50,000. Directors : -A. J. H. Martin, W. S Willcoxon, Joseph A. Gill, ' E. A. Hall, If R. M. McGonisjal. W IT CoDeland. C. E. Corporan. l EP"Does a general innKing business, duj s ana sens eMiaugc, uv IV And fnrwirm n interest on time deDOsits, uayd special attention to thepay- 1 tment of taxes for non residents EF"A complete set of abstracts of bank. Office hours, 9 a. m. to 12 m., 1 THE Farmers & Merchants Bank COLBY, KANSAS, Does a Regular Banking Business. Celled ions caiefully made and promptly accounted for on moderate -terms. Faors most liberal consistent with safe banking extended to patrons. Interest paid on time deposits Chas. B...

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. — 28 March 1889

I6 IN ; t fe h S-SV rftv THOMAS COUNTY GAT. JOSEPH A. CILL, Editor. 40LBY. - - - - KANSAS WHEN PEOPLE DIE. Physicians Throw' Some IJght oji a Very Interesting- Sabject. For many years medical science has been wondering whether there is any particular hour in the twenty-four at whieh more deaths occur than at any other time of day, and while statistics have been compiled and the figures subjected to exhaustive investigations, but little, if any, light has been thrown upon the subject Here in this city the physicians at the different hospitals are almost entirely of the opinion that there is no reason to believe that peo ple die at any particular hour any more than there is to believe that peo ple are taken sick at a certain hour. and, as no statistics as to the hours at which patients died have been kept, it is impossible to state even if there are more deaths at one time of the day than at another. Dr. Wells, the chief physician at the Almshouse Hospital, said he did not believe the...

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