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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 28 March 1889

r&9h TJM ESBs&FT f&s? s$i nsji r '-rswt- "aHi -re v. tHUl W?mFWrW k? ' ,1; - K- Tf :!' 5-4. 2C :. t THOMAS COUNTY OAT. JOSEPH A. GILL, Editor. COLBY, -TTTTT KANSAf CALL AROUND TO-MORROW. I am an honest trading man; I keep a little store Where many take the easy plam Of running up a score. And say when being dunned for pay. With much surprse and sorrow: It's not conven ent, sir, to-day-Please call around to-morrow.' Thoe people always want the best, And want it very quick; They grumbie more than all the rest Who never buy on tick, Yet they, when being dunned for pay, Say with surprise and sorrow: 'It's not convenient, sir, to-day-Please call around to-morrow." Those humbugs have a lofty air And live in royal style, And, judging by the clothes they wear. They own a golden pile Yet they, when being dunned for pay. Exclaim in fright and sorrow: It's not convenient, sir, to-aay Please call around to-morrow." The customers who buy for cash. Have rights we should protect; To pa...

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. — 28 March 1889

rv. S 'K?M a- ,V- jT . 'il , - - .; T . . -v T v, -- j J N MM,M sansanmnssmsni """T & 3S M8t tr fc THE TH0MA8J0DNTY CAT. ""OFFICIAL COUNTY AND CTTr PAPEB. Issued by Thomas County Publshln Co., at Colby, Kansas every Thursday of each week. JOSEPH A. GILL, Editor. s?UI.ICATION OF PROOF NO TICKS. Parties desiring their proof notices published in the Thomas County Cat - -can have the same done by request on their application. See to it that your - application for proof reads in Thomas " County Cat. Applications and proof "notices filled out at this office free of charge. The charge for publication j -will'be.OO, payable in advance. A GREAT BARGAIN. "We offer the Thomas County Cxr and the Philadelphia Weekly Press one yecr for $1.75 in advance, to -all subscribers old or new. The Press is a huge, first-class re ' publican journal, seecd to none in the'TJnited Stales, giving in detml all the general and political news of the daj The Thomas Count)- Cat will give 'the news of the town, ...

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. — 28 March 1889

fifc - -,' X.i. J--' u 1, V 1 ) ' T- ,. s m m n I s vj II 3 ? ( 4 i if. It- Underwear, Flannel Dress Shirts, Work Overalls, Jumpers, Etc., Etc. THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. JOSEPH A. GILL, Editor. THURSDAY, MARCH 28; lSb9. SALINA & COLKY KY. TIME TAHLE. West. E.i-t Fr't & Pass'r. Lv d'l ex Sun day. STATIONS. 27fi U iPjifjs r. ! 27b .Fr't & Piiss'r io r. iir il'ly o Sun clay. LfSlV e Arrive daily. fluily. a. ui. 7.00 10 00 p. in. 2.40 4.40 7.10 9.TO n. m i. m. 11.40 0.57 7.10 5.31 4. IS 3.0-1 i). m. p. in. .-.T0 2.W a. in. !t.40 7.0S 5.05 a. in. 3.00 4..V. 6 35 ;.40 11.00 ..Salina Lincoln Centerj Pkiimille... ! Hill City... ..Hoxie i I ..Colliy I .Oakley. .." l). in. 12. IS 1.25 2. IS 2.151 C. K. &. N.-KOCK ISLAND UOUTE-iNOV 18, '8b. f.OINfJ WEST. Dist frm Uist frm Daj Ex Ni.t Ac corn Colo; Sp'ff Col by. Ex i) m V Ul Chicago St. JOSCph Kaiihiis City Norton Jonningh Selden COLBY Goodhind 1110 010 G24 2K 268 250 888 I1WI 145 a in a in 388 402 70 46 ): !4.1 p m 8S.1 a in p 111...

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. — 28 March 1889

,--? -" :3f tA ! 5 - . Ite-tf ' i7i &5$m&$ Pi Its v hi v tA it t 5 - rv; ; . THE PERSUASIVE PEDDLER. IIo drifted is la a quiet way, And he softly said what ha had to say. And we all sat still, For his manner was bland and his voice was mid; He seemed like aa innocent, trusting child, How could we kill A visitor who came in like that. Who didn't forget to take of his hat, Or wipe his feet; Who talked la a gentle, modest way. And softly said what he had to say In a tone discreet! He told of. the wares he had to sell, 'But so gently he told what he had to tell That we st.il sat still. For he was so quiet, and so polite That none of us, somehow, could make it seem right To try to All Tic circumambient air with him. Or to dislocate hira limb from limb, r As we used to do When agents called and bothered us so That we really sometimes didn't know Just what we had done till tt was all o- Ver and we'd got through. So he mildly sold us scissors and knives. And matches, and hair-ol, ne...

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. — 28 March 1889

p'fjflfSfPS " w - IrffiV 1 tV SSSKn:. rc w -A 3 I iS ft; l 3 It s THE SPANKING PROBLEM. A Weight? Question That 8tUl Bathers the Heads of Families. It is surprising what theories men and women have about the training of young children, particularly boys, un til they have the children to train. There's nothing quite so confusing and disturbing to a first-class, well-regulat ed theory as a collision of that theory with the child for whom it was formu lated. Girls are supposed to blossom out like rosebuds Into fragrant and beauteous womanhood all of their own sweet will and accord. But a boy has always been considered a born rebel, anarchist and iconoclast, about as much to'be depended upon as an active vol cano and as easy controled as a Kan sas blizzard. One boy will introduce rebelion into the most harmonious household, two boys are a perpetual riot, and three boys are a continuous insurrection. Mothers of boys need all the wisdom of Minerva and the majesty of Juno, the witchery of ...

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. — 28 March 1889

4,JM -f V ,-W -, TSr-' t J B?!?!ISMIWiflH -"iai- .-7 - Ft 1t " -ai - .TT - .. m:, W -" .- . ""-an - ar T.aL 7 . rl.a .- i . j- -aus - J- t- -T:ir: lunr,, . HCj-y.-r-: -?w" j. ji - . s - V r ft aaaTaaaaaaaaaBaaaWSmaa '"''''''''"'"''"'"'''MMMMMa -' Forest Trees! Fruit Trees! THOMAS COUNTY NURSERY! HAS A LARGE SUPPLY OF Forest and Fruit Trees ON HAND. All contemplating setting out Forest or Fruit Trees this spring or fall should PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY. Prices Lower, Better Stock, Surer Growth, Fresher from the Nursery without Long, Dry Shipment. Nursery three miles north of Colby, Kansas. Call on or address, B. N. BANCROFT, Prop. COLBY DRUG STORE I The Colby Drug Store has now opened up with an entire new stock of Official County Directory. Clerk James M. Summers. Treasurer-C. M. Horey. Retfater of Deeds-James C. PasseU. Sberiff-M. W. Witham. Surveyor T. P. Chambers. Cororttr-L. N. Hitchcock. ' f First Dlst. W. H. 8nutk. CoM'rs Second " A.J.Senter. Third " -W.M.Beldwla. Probate Judge ...

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. — 4 April 1889

Fft COUNTy mm S3 yj Thomas to . 'ltKi . - Cat. J. vx VOL. V. NO. 4- COLBY. THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS. THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1889. 1.50 PER YEAR If 3NEWf M ani Ml IK. Our New Goods are now in, and we were never before able to offer Prettier Styles or Lower Prices than Now. The spring and summer styles in Dry Goods are Very Attractive, And while there has been no great decline in prices at the great dry goods centers, we have secured bargains, and are now ottering our customers BARGAINS That Will Be Appreciated. NEW DRESS GOODS AND TRIMMINGS, From a 6c cotton to a $1.50 silk. We call special attention to our HENRIETTAS IN COLORS AND BLACK, which we think. Superior IN Quality and Lower in Price than any ever offered in this market. LACE FLOUNCINCS, SWISS FLOUNCINCS, CAM BRIC FLOUNCINCS, WHITE PIQUETS, CHALLIES AND LAWNS, EMBROID ERIES, IMPORTED AND DO MESTIC SATINES, SCOTCH ZEPHYRS, DRESS CINC H AMS, FANCY PRINTS dec, &c, &c, In large assortment, pretty styles and low prices. PARASOLS...

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. — 4 April 1889

tVJWj "isl. "-.i;ji, L'-t? ?NrJ4v' .V r -?-&: -S5i - -t " iV tS'& "; N&T ;-, -., ' ?C5,b3' CS,;RVli3 JS rA. lx t "'A. &?', v fHOMAS COUNTY OAT. JOSEPH A. CILL, Editor. OOLBY, - - - KANSAff , SUCH A FOOL! j ' -fie -was always a fool Tom Lake and weal ways were telling bim so. ,' Bat wtaerr was the barm In that J It was just as well ne should know. And be didn't mind it a tit mot he or but once in a way Vex him? I think that be liked it! What else would one think here to-day I "We'd a holiday given last week, and we walked d'ye see it, the mill A-twirl like a fly on a pin! But that morning its sails stood still. Well, just below it, the lane and the railroad meet. Some deserve To be bung for that level crossing, not twentj yards from the carve. And there, as we came to the place where we saw the smooth metals a-snine, The mill folks' bit of a child, that's blind, had strayed down on the line, And had lost itself and got frightened it couldn't have told you why; .It own...

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. — 4 April 1889

r lT- r " 'is " J . Vr fk utf. .! tS&T' e i "X" 3 !. nl i 'ay V- (, rw. PSSKS'. M ', -iS . -iaswt-oc THOMAS COUNTY OAT. JOSEPH A. CiLL, Editor. COLBY. .... KANSAS REVIEW OF FASHIONS. TTIiat WellOresscd Women Will Wear During the Coming Season. The new goods show no diminution in the favor for woolen goods that has characterized several seasons past. All the favorite weaves appear in weights suitable for the season, but to give variety there are numerous fancy styles stt ipesf plaids, brocades, some times even combined in the same fabric in solid color, or a combina tion of colors or shades of one color. The broche woolens, as the figured serges are called, have the pattern Taised like embroidery from the fabric, -and a corresponding plain goods is provided for combination; for as long as the present popular taste for strong contrasts and variety continues, com binations of materials will remain fashionable, although some of the most stylish dresses for the coming season are made...

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. — 4 April 1889

,-nHr,.' 'wft&Pp' - 11 ' V" i I.s85k Jt-t THE THOMASJOUNTY CAT. OFFICIAL COUNTY AND CUT PAPER. Issued ly Tbomas County Punishing Co., at Colby, Kansas every Thursday of each -week. JOSEPH A. GILL, Editor. PUBLICATION OF PROOF NO TICES. Parties desiring their proof notices published in the Thomas County Cat can have the same done by request on their application. See to it that your -application for proof reads in Thomas Count- Cat. Applications and proof notices filled out at this office free of chaige. The charge for publication will be $4.00, payable in advance. A GREAT BARGAIN. "We offer the Thomas Counts- Cat and the Philadelphia Weekly Press one year for 1.75 in advance, to all subscribes 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 da-. The Thomas County Cat will give the news of the town, count- and neighborhood as fully a3 possible. With both these papers ...

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. — 4 April 1889

i fe - - ,. - ' i II Underwear, Flannel Shirts, White Shirts, S CENTS' FINE GENTS' FINE BUSINESS 4 Dress Shirts, Work Overalls, Jumpers, Etc., Etc. Dress SUITS. M SUITS. r-&f wfc - -, L-lT8ff"'tf t -. y.- - " r.-.r i 6 a.-"'- Hats, vj. ' Dress-'Shoes, Plow Shoes, . - Old Men's rr - v Trunks, and - isa -.ar Valises. VJtvX yoX A j " ' " Vf S H I M P 9l ... a 1 " tJ- F j . K v I 'A " , THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. JOSEPH A. GILL, Editor. THURSDAY, APRIL 4, I8bf). SAL1XA & COMiy KY. TIME TABLE. West. East 278 Fr't & Fr't & Pass'r. Lv n ex Sun STATIONS. 27C Pass'r. Pass'r pjus'r. ar tl'ly ex Sun day. Lcu e daily. i.rrio lail). :i. in. 4..v i). in 111. 5.30 T.liO 10.C0 p. in. 2.4(1 4.40 ..Salina 11.40 Lincoln CcntL'r! - 2.30 a. in. 9.40 7.0.-. 5.03 a. m. 3 00 J.40 11 00 p. in. I u.n ..PIainillc... ..Hill (lty...l Homo I ....Colbj ...Oakley. .. T.10 ii.31 7.10 4.1V D.TO a.O'i p. in. .IV 2.1(V C. K. A: N.-UOCK ISLAND KOUTE-NOV 18, '88. GOING WEST. IDistlUist Ifrnillrin Da Ni.t Ac ...

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. — 4 April 1889

$V AT ivajr i w :$,x X. 6i , .sfST- f ; , THE BOY OF IT. In this enlightened A J boy Most C A lot of fun: Inventions for him 2 N joy R 1 derf ully done. His pockets, never M T, hold A bric-a-brac B A Of cun K C Ts untold And mostly in D K. In K C must ass'st bis dad He has no NRG. But, when he helps N A box's lad. He works frith X T a -Sweet things to E T will enjoy, Iiike K Q know, and pie; The stuff that goes in N E boy 'Would E Z make us d'e. He hates to wnsh his face & &', Though dirty to X S, But when a sweet R T commands How he'll X L in dress. To A K sleepy boy for school Is awful to S A; To go a Sshing N A pool He's up B 4 the day. On thinnest I C loves to skate, In water D P d ves. In D D goes in dangers great And, as U C, surv ves. In P c never lets you rest; He'll C Q right away And then to TZ tries his best With noise you-can't L. A. At his youig A G must enthuse Or L C can not grow; His youthful spirits we X Q's We used 2 B just so. But In the N D will repay All...

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. — 4 April 1889

1 if ' ,ff k&z&m&M -&& 'x'-''ii $ ? ?.-'?"-v)U,- x i . ' j? zW$. ' -" -" .. V Jtlmi HmH 4 i -It VENOMOUS REPTILES. ejareful Experiments SHtawXk BrlB Doira heir Frey. Dr. Oswald, happening to be in Mat amoras, Mex., when an amateur col lector was selling out a choice collec tion of snakes, he bought a cage con taining a male and female of these speckled ophidians. He first tried them with a mouse, but either through fastidiousness or laziness tbey tarried so long that the mouse got away. Next day he treated them to a nest with five young sparrows in it Three of these died before their snakeships conde scended to partake, while old spar rows, rats and cockroaoi.es were tried with ne better success. One morning the gamins of Che neighborhood caught an old black wird and sold it to the experimenter for two pieces of stiok candy, and the snakes, who had iasted for twenty four hours rather than eat "cock roaches, got a okance for a square meal After fluttering around i...

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 April 1889

,-;.. - - - ','j-1 V' -9 i" " t -' . ;?i? ' :- 'sSr! ?c; v ii. M V- frj i -,. mt -aaaawaaaaBaaaaaaaaaajaaajaaaajaaajajajaaa r s V rr s NT i KK Forest Trees ! Fruit Trees ! t THOMAS COUNTY NURSERY! HA8 A LARGE SUPPLY OF Forest and Fruit Trees ON HAND. All contemplating setting oat Forest or Fruit Trees this spring or fall should PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY. Prices Lower, Better Stock, Surer Growth, Fresher from the Nursery without Long, Dry Shipment. Nursery three miles north of Colby, Kansas. Call on or address, B. N. BANCROFT. Prop. Official County Dlrotrv. Clerk Janes M. BuHuaera. TreaaurerC. M. Horey. Bedeter of Deeds James a Panel. SberW-X. W. Wltkaa Surreyor T. P. Clumbers. Coroner L. N. Hitchcock. i First Dirt. W. H. SaUta. Com'rs ( Second A. J. Scoter. (Third " W.JL Baldwin. Probate Judge J. E. Leak. Superintendent Public Inst W.P. Sullivan. Attorney J. I. Loar. Representative James M. Rtewardaon. Clerk District Court Chad. Bobbins. District Judge L. K. Pratt. L JL FRENCH, Casakr...

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 April 1889

mm- mmt -W'-'W -S,, ' I Ll countv 1 Thomas Cat. US3Sig3 r a- ?.tw . " i JS VOL. V. NO. 5. COLBY. THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY. APR.IL n, 1889. i.50 PER YEAR. f 1 mm mwJmmHHam95 4 v. 1 1 -1 1 NEWt flu IM. Our New Goods are now in, and we were never before able to offer Prettier Styles or Lower Prices than Now. The spring and summer styles in Dry Goods are Very Attractive, And while there has been no great decline in prices at the great dry goods centers, we have secured bargains, and are now offering our customers BARGAINS That Will Be Appreciated. B. NEW DRESS GOODS AND TRIMMINGS, From a 6c cotton to a $1.50 silk. We call special attention to our HENRIETTAS IN COLORS AND BLACK, which we think Superior in Quality and Lower in Price than any ever offered in this market. LACE FLOUNCINCS, SWISS FLOUNCINCS, CAM BRIC FLOUNCINCS, WHITE PIQUETS, CHALLIES AND LAWNS, EMBROID ERIES, IMPORTED AND DO MESTIC SATINES, SCOTCH ZEPHYRS, DRESS GING HAMS, FANCY PRINTS &.C., &c, &c, In la...

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 April 1889

(; y t---'p. ' " Tr, 0" - THOMAS COUNTY CAT. JOSEPH A. CILL, Editor. BOLBY. KANSAS. A THANK-YE-MA'AM. IHE SORT OF VERSE THAT MAKES JAMES .' WH1TCOVB "RILEY." The Spellin' Bee wuz over. I stood close by the sill, My face ez red ez Are, my toes all in a chill. Till Susan got her things oa, an came up ter the door, An' then I crooked my elber-joint an' held It out before, But Hezefciah lirindle sez: "Permit m if ye nleasc:" A-shovin' in between us, with most amazin ease. Then Sus'c's head went backward, jest ez a robin s m'ght. Said she: "Thanks! SI 11 take me! her eyea a-shinin' brght. So Hezekiah stood quite stilL ez meek ez any lamb. An' soon he softly slid away without a . I stowed her 'neath the buffalers an' wrapped her warm in tipht. Old Dobbin's bells went jinglin' sway Inter the night. I sot ez close 'z I dared ter an' wished 't wu closer yit, v An' whether 'r not we made remarks, I d'clar Icleanfenrit! Fer I sot tbar contrivin' what words I ought ter say Ter win that gal fer ...

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 April 1889

Vi5F,Te&a rafifr V -5. iv l f I I I . H 1 ' v I II - ha ft THOMAS COUNTY OAT. JOSEPH A. CILL, Editor. COLBY, -TTTTT KAHSAf DIGNITY OF LABOR. Why There Can Bo No Honest Ufa la the World Without Work. There is no doubt that as people grow wiser and older they have more re gard for matters of use and learn more respect for any useful tasks, however humble. It is only the parvenue who looks with scorn on those whose rank in life has made them servitors instead ot served. It is a failure to recognize the true meaning of liberty confound ing of lawlessness with liberty which has engendered in this country the acorn of work too often found among ignorant people. The Scripture is even quoted to prove we are all branches of one vine, and to draw from hence conclusions anarchical to the existing laws of society. All the branches of a vine are useful. Some bear fruit and make brilliant showing, while others simply serve to bear the sap to these higher branches, carrying out the symbolism o...

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 April 1889

& 'iv ? xr-mwfmtmmm w wkMsmmmm&ms&m I. ME THOMASJOUNTY CAT. OFFICIAL COUNTY AND CTTY PAPEK. Issued by Thomas County Publshlng Co., at Colby, Kansas every Thursday of each -week. JOSEPH A. GILL, Editor. Arbor Day to-da. Robert T. Lincoln has accepted the posititoii of minister to England and -will sgl -abou t May 20th. Great and destructive fires, entail ing loss of human life, are reported as occurring last week in Dakota. Emigrants to Oklahoma may do well to bear in mind the historic spepch of the traveling showman: "Walk in, gentlemen, walk in, and take m- word for it. you will be high ly delighted when you come out." Commonwealth. Tins C0I03- Democrat will be remov ed shortly to Oklahoma, and arrange ments have been made with this p:i per to complete all final proof notices the publication 01 which will run after the Democrat stops. Final proofs w hich have been paid for piior to April 10th -will be fiee of fmther chaige. Edwin Booth, the great tragedian, was suddenly...

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 April 1889

:V.!fiaHHCS3iSasSbBSw ' Cat Supplement. ro 0 w la re T et 1 ac to H Tl -. THURSDAY, APRIL 11. 1889. EDITORIAL. Farmers, have you bought your spring hardware? There are thous ands of different at tides handled in first-class hardware establishments, and the question is. have you pur chased what you need to begin your crop with? - Our gardening outfits arc Xo. 1, and we have all grades and prices., Ae shouldn't be surprised if we sold them out. clean, although we have a big stock on hand. Of course we handle barb witv; and good, too. Best in the market. "Glidden" is the name of it. Glidden wire is the kind that people (some people) like to compare their wire with. Not that theirs is as good, but the mere mention of the word "Gli 1 den" helps to sell their wire. We buy this wire in carload lots get it cheap that way. We had a car of some other kind coming, but have countermanded the order. Glidden is good enough for us. Our line of stoves is a trifle broken, but we have enough to last ...

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 April 1889

jio-iij owj county m the state, J aupplj". The elements h ;0. wSKbUeiniLJ- Tn..-s,'MX1n" B. Qurwell of Gem. came in on Satur day. Rev. L. D.Goodwin preached at Hoxie last Sunday. For expert horse shoe pitching, enquire at the Court house. The new council were sworn in and organized on last Saturday night. The Horse Shoe Store has added dry goods to the large stock they carry. Mrs. Joseph Lamnnt visited the city on Saturday, accompanied by her son Roy. A rain such as Thomas county 1ml last Sunday is something to be thankful for. District Clerk Robbins is thinking of removing his family out on his claim in Rovohl township. Remember, the Clerk of the District Court is upstairs at the court house, the place to start your proofs. I buv and sell, or exchange lands in Thomas County. Isaac Mulholi,and. Hoxie. Kansas. Mr. L. L. French has removed into the old W. W. Walker property north of fifth street. All youths desiring to try the examina tion for the naval cadetship should read the condi...

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