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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 11 April 1889

m&B$vwi8m&&&imt. Hv r FV1 "C$ B2S& - -m- pI: IV Underwear, Flannel Shirts, White Shirts, i Dress Shoes, Plow Shoes; 4 Dress Shirts, Work " Overalls, Jumpers, . Etc., Etc. ' Old Men's Boys' Trunks, and ' ' ' - Valises. - v 'K-t !tk. V -i t, I CENTS' HE S GENTS' FINE Dress y& &Sv BUSINESS sdits. aj suits. tK. v?"u s a 'Si- v .f 2 S & " -.,! I v r THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. JOSEPH A. GILL, Editor. THURSDAY, APRIL 11, iSfcn. SALIXA & COLHY KY.-TIME TABLE. "Vct. East "77 75 ., -T 78 Fr'"t & STATIONS. jivt & Pass'r. Pass'r .Pass'r. Pass'r. Lv d'ly I ar d'ly ex Sun Loaco Arrive ex Sun-da-, daily. dailj. day. a. ui. a. m. i p. m. p. m. 7.00 4.55 Salinu 11.40 5.30 10.00 b Si Lincoln Center) 9.57 2 :$0 p. in. a. in. 2 40 9.40 ...Plaiinille.. 7.10 U 40 4.40 11.00 ...Hill Citj... 5 31 7.05 p. ni. 7.10 12.15 Hoxic 4.15 5.05 a. in. 9.30 1.25 Colby 3 03 3 00 p. in. 2.15 ....Oakley. .. 2.15 C. K. &. N.-KOCK ISLAND KOUTD-NOV 18, '88. OOING WEST. DitDi?t fr...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 11 April 1889

-&3m BUnensRlF,''-'1 ".aunw W- 'AMV ViHS"i?ftv ' - T-s. -" i T7?TWi -JJlL.p-rJ "V i :-. AHritiA "V'fi'Mt.' ;o e&vBSZHm&8H&jgsFi&MuwMn SHHSkwrawTaBaasBsaBennnsan1 r& n? IS.. j5- S h s,L . irak EtT i " VOMAFS DEPARTMENT. ONWARD AND UPWARD. Keep Etriving! The winners are those who JiaTc striven And rought for the prize that no idler has won: To the hands of the steadfast alpne It is given, And before it is gained there is work to be done. Keep climbing! The earnest and steadfast have scaled The height where Uw pathway was rough to the feet. But the faint-hearted faltered, and, faltering, failed. And sank down by the wayside in helpless de feat. Keep hoping! The clouds hide the sun for a time. But sooner or later they scatter and flee. And the path glows liko gold, to the toilers who climb To the heights where men look over land scape and sex Keep onward, right on, till the prize is at tained! Front the future with courage, and obstacles falL By those, and those ...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 11 April 1889

. V'E.T) 5S3 PKiS?3 sfs-3f W?W :3pr zw K3?K-jr,r tjrf&r- . vwE?fiSc .-1i?---tjr mn -; SSO ritSE: 1 V , . N "sv tr'vr: A fcw' H &VS',..S .CY3V? 4sfv 4? Jv 51 i-' -,-?- '"J - Sr SA '-? - -ft L 6' &tr JV i-as tc5-? -rS I, ii&& ir-5 :it y MARGERY GAY. Oh! Margery Gay was a clever lass. And many ihe Trooers who came; ThouRtt time in her presence did gaily pass. She answered them ever the same: It's money I want, said Margery Gay; "When that comes along, Its "Yes," I shall say. Then you can all scatter and go where you please, "While I'll be a lady and live at my ease; And Margery Gay, with her coquettish way, Like a cat with a mouse with her lovers did play. At last came a suitor with wealth to give. But ahl he was ugly and old; Could Margery Gay, with a life to live, Her happiness barter for gold? I know what I'm doing, said Margery Gay; Til be a rich widow ere many a day; Then handsome and clever, and gallant and all, The nicest young fellows will come at my call; A...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 11 April 1889

WMSK3i n?-&7?3$ara9&GBB h-.il-.-v i -Z.'-t ' Si fSfU-S V ' i . . varsi' r-iws . .ft'-$v3-z-gu'j 5l3t- .-ij Asstvaf'.jji-J'-. ts. vKr -feirFjS", Jyi-wr.: , v-jvAv----. . '.,-wji s t .' rT. ' :tJfS!An7frf1'-nIfrffii , , w-rf "."rJ.'V . j1 i - . .-V-wr "", is'S -7?ii$' j Jie-if.-Wir, rv-,V i 9 . af x - - . T . "Si,.. - - V . - 9 - r" V ( - - . Ti l v T ' "?- - ? -.:; 4 i. -,-w x - ? iTA 1 --. i ZZTTS ?: f ?- Ji .li?f-- .1J . 7 jS h JUr fee 4 - 1. )- 'Ml: Forest Trees! THOMAS COUNTY 7 NURSERY! HAS A LARGE Forest and Fruit Trees ON HAND. - A11 contemplating setting out Forest or Fruit Trees this spring or fall should PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY. Prices Lower, Better Stock, Surer Growth, Fresher fromjthe - : ; Long, Dry Shipment. Nuvser- tbree miles north of Colby, Kansas. Call on or address, B. N. BANCROFT. Prop. COLBY RUG The Colby Drug Store has entire new praf knpalfj J PAINTS, OIL, GASOLINE, COAL OIL AND TOILET ARTICLES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. Finest Line of Cigars in the City. H5F"...

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. — 18 April 1889

aWf .O""' "" 0STK,,',SBWSriJ tJs.. &?:r kVJ C- it Jgr Thomas &s COLBY. THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS. THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1889. VOL. V. NO. 6. i.5o PER YEAR if A ft1' h ' k '-1 "V" l if -f aaf 1 A ". 3 B I bbbj - ts. -v . - 5r' iifc GRAND OPENING Spring i Summer Goods. The largest part of our Spring Stock is now in the store. We think we can show now as large if not the largest stock of goods in town. We call your attention to our nice new sateens. They represent the best goods in the country. Our Henrietta dress goods are in new shades, and prices from 25 cents to cents. They are nice and cheap. Our line of Dress Trimmings is extensive. trimming braid in the new patterns the differdnt shades. Our stock of India Linons, lawns, laces, lace flouncing, embroidery and embroidery flouncings is complete. You should not buy until you see how cheap we are selling them. Ladies' silk gloves and mits, hosiery, the new ribbed undervests, the old reliable Balbriggan underwear always carried in s...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 18 April 1889

-""'i"-iL" ' jfc? Ff?&1& v&JWrr&&jmJ- iT:s!raaswH V"5rr?:&,M i - ,?, v; Jt- ' . - r v 7 "V-5 iii f .At I THOMAS COUNTY CAT. JOSEPH A. CILL, Editor. COLBT, ...... KANSAS THE LESSON OF THE BIRDS. "What do the birds do when the wJnterneareth, And dead leavei drop downward, and every bough Is bare, And the p.ols are 'cc-crusted, and he who listens heareth The rustle of the snow-winps In theupper air? Oh! the birds they are brare; their fine per vasive senses Discern the distant warmth and balm beyond the frost and sting: The old ones tell the young ones in secret con ferences. And the young ones learn the lesson, and trust in the spring. In the close pine coverels they crowd for pro tection The lef t-behind who cling to home and will not southw. rd go. They know the hardy berry-beds, and need no direction To seek rut drinking-basins in the half melied snow. When the sunshine warms the world the b rds rehearse the r s n2i"g; Low trills and twitters break the quiet...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 18 April 1889

&fJ-"" r n-n Fi:.'r-i--MrT "H V " " JS' wrv -SV li j - JC' r& ,. a -i !jn2 S" " THOMAS COUNTY OAT. JOSEPH A. CiLL, Editor. LBY. KAtfAS BOATS' MUS1ER AT SEA. The Fire and no.it Drill on Board X Transatlantic Steamers. In these days of ingenious marine inventions it is inexcusable if a ship be eent to sea unfurnished with the best of those life-saving appliances which modern ingenuity has produced. Nev ertheless, it unfortunately does very often happen that when a shipwreck occurs a score of contrivances for life having -which ought to be on board are . wanting. Sometimes it is the boats that are at fault perhaps they are stowed bottom up, or hang in badly working davits and the ship sinks before they can be cleared and got over the side. Things are nowadays better ordered on the great transatlantic liners, on the "best of which the crew s are periodical ly drilled in handling the ship's boats, in watering and provisioning them, and in preserving their seaworthiness as structu...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 18 April 1889

rfww V -rt ' v v Sj 4 i. 1 sv :,: t K m m - . .. . s w . . n. - a . .kmiiibf im THE THOMASJOUNTY CAT. OFFICIAL COUNTY AND CTTY PAPER. Issued by Thomas County-Punishing Co., at Colby, .Kansas every j.nuiwmy 01 wch wee. 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 j-our application for proof reads in Thomas County Cat. Applications and proof notices filled out at this office free of charge. The charge for publication will be 4.00, payable in advance. The appointment of Hon. J. B. Mc Gouigal as receiver of this land dis trict gives general satisfaction throughout its length and breadth. Col. J. H. Tait, of the Dark Horse, has been appointed postmaster at Goodland. Our congratulations, Col onel. The appointment is a good one. The Union Pacific road has a pro ject of building a line from Alma. Neb., sixty miles northeast of Norton, to a...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 18 April 1889

.t&.vj-'.7v;-t'S SP? " , -s-vrv,-: 'r . -ss fSM'M-" wmzj tT" 1 ;-ss,- xc jvv ri?jh. r' ' ' i ' c WvS$r M : . viSja. Vl'i'.sri aa. .u.u jl-j.i . rwTTnT7yw ' i ,S344' !??- i7-5aC3wL.3?:to. if3r&wf!aw'-.?s?w,i.H'wn " .v :-.- f-r r-Jf W3 . 'irvTKife.'V(V..r C- ' j. - ' - . T- - . "4!wr73ii'--'i .S iS. - Y - j ''SftV- - 'X'.' f. ) - 1 ' THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. JOSEPH A. GILL, Editor. THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1889. SAXINA & COLBY BY.-TIME TABLE. West. East 077 7t 1 276 278 Fr'"t &. STATIONS, j Fr't & Pass'r. Pass'r .Pass'r. Pass'r. Lvd'ly ! ar dly ex Sun Leaves Arrive exsuri- ,day. daily. 'dally, day. a. in. a. m. p. m. p. m. 7.00 4.55 Sauna 11.40 5.30 10.00 6.35 Lincoln Center 9.57 2.30 p. 111. a. in. 2.40 9.40...PlaiimlIe... 7.10 9.40 4.40 11.00 ...Hill City... 5.31 7.05 p. m. 7.10 12.15 Hoxie 4.15 5.05 a. m. 9.30 1.25 Colby 1 3 05 3.00 i p. ni. 2.15 ....Oakley. .. 2 15 C.K.&N.-ROCKJSLANDROUTE-JSOVIVS GOING M EST. Dist frin Din frin Day Ex Ni.t Ex Ac- Colo Col by. Sp'g...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 18 April 1889

-C5 j ., '7 m . M i M I I & 91 a i : I'M I a lit r J i 14' U jfi I ! i XT j MOVEMENTS IN MAINE. Progress of the Cans' Wenu 8afrgt . , In the "1'lae Tree State." , There is a genuine Woman Suffrage Bevival in Maine, says H. B. Black- well, in Woman's JournaL From Saco to Eastport numerous petitions in its favor, signed, it is said, by about twenty thousand citizens, have been sent to the Legislature. Remonstrances have been forwarded by about one thousand and two hundred women,' mostly of Portland and Bangor. The petitioners include many women of the hisrhst f'"5-1 sHndintr. large tax payers, an x almost wunout exception the leaders in charities, reforms and beneQcient publio enterprises. They are representative of the best mental and moral elements of the State. The remonstrants are largely composed of society women," influential in that class whose men arc often most remiss in the exercise of their political duties and everywhere averse- to change. It is a strong argument -for ...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 18 April 1889

HHPMMPI rx' ff y JF p crr-s?F5C" NC 4 V T r v& . yj ip " i 41 i M . la If If If ft ' 5 i I KiJ 1 U if 1 TOO MANY BOOK-KEEPtftS. Competition Is So Great That Bat Few Are Well raid. "Book-keeping as a profession is be ginning, like many others, to feel- the influence of popular folly," said an old book-keeper, in reference to the present condition and outlook of the calling. "Men, induced doubtless by a mistaken idea a3 to the commensal opportunities offered by metropolitan ities, keep flocking to the great cen ters of trade and industry, under the impression that they can easily get re munerative situations. Young men, too, keep the commercial colleges well filled, and after a few terms of study graduate as "professional book-keep-era' The result is that the ranks are filled to overflowing, and many an able accountant is obliged to take a subor dinate place other than that for which he fitted himself. This is especially true of the great commercial centers, where a slight depress...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 18 April 1889

- 111 , ' y - ' I Forest Trees ! THOMAS COUNTY NURSERY! HAS A LARGE 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 Fresher from the Nursery without Long, Dry Shipment. Nursery three miles north of Colby, Kansas. Call on or address, B. N. BANCROFT, Prop. . . C. B DAKIN, Real Estate Broker ! And Notary Public. Deeded lands, school lands, town lots, timber claims, homesteads, relin quishments bought and sold. Money loaned on real estate and on chattels. One acre and three acre property in South View addition, 200 lots in South Park addition, and 500 lots in the town proper. Improved property to rent Farms purchased for non-residents. Invite correspondence. Office with State Bank of Colby. THE Farmers & Merchants Bank COLBY, KANSAS, Does a Regular Banking Business. Collections carefully made and promptly accounted for on moderate terms. Favors most liberal consistent Interes...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 25 April 1889

FkJiJI .a v r -riETS'?7!. - "V - v TV! iw-" sr-?v3r, -y&H VV ' AS. i -- r j -" ,'t"" - - -"flSWV?! -'. -E!5fyvw.st 1MIWWK ,JWH Mtt-ANWSIi' ,Jljt!S.Al.-'-- fUr !SrSKpi.U-rS,,jv,'I OOUNTy - WSWOfWMJ,, !ahirvji31-jn((- r Thomas el a ; ,i?s .t. J VOL. V. NO. 7. COLBY. THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1889. $1.50 PER YEAR Cat 1 i. GRAND - OF - Spring i Summer Goods, The largest part of our Spring Stock is now in the store. We think we can show now ! as large if not the largest stock of goods in town. We call your attention to our nice new sateens. 1 hey represent the best goods in the country. 0 Our Henrietta dress goods are in the new shades, and prices cents. They are nice Our line of Dress Trimmino-s is extensive. The gilt trimming braid in the new patterns: Dress buttons to match the differdnt shades. Our stock of India Linons, imbroidery and embroidery flouncings is complete. You should not buy until you see how cheap we are selling them. Ladies silk gloves and Lnderve...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 25 April 1889

- 'f-8'.A i-. lW v irelfKSB " SVoT Of?- - 1 -. f ft- A . 1H0MAS COUNTY CAT. JOSEPH A. GILL, Editor. COLBY, KANSAf OUR LITTLE PET. Our little pet Is a brunette. Her hair of jet Is fine and soft as gossamer. Her ringlets snort Shade lines of thought, And they hare caught In lasso a philosopher. ) The light that lies la her dark eyes No evening skies Can omtshine in their starry splendor. Ob, I have oft Seen glances soft As light aloft, But hers are pure and sweet and tender. X,lps undented Kissed this sweet child And nature smiled At loveliness so tender-hearted. Her words disclose, A face that glows jtj though a rose Woclfi utter speech with petals parted. O gift divine. Bright pet of mine, A smile of thine Would cheer me in my saddest sorrow; And light the heart As rays that dart From clouds that part, With beams, that promise glad to-morrow. George W. Bungay, In Phrenological Journal. "OH ! I SAY, BILLY." Romance of the Old Man and His, Pretty Editress. The old man had gono to his ...

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. — 25 April 1889

Y ,- A? " " - - mr-nm t- , t 4-. .1H v".--- "&Si , i "t"' - ".sW-! II vis a3..Traft3,-i?i-vir'i:'f frfS-Zf V a $ I n ! THOMAS COUNTY CAT. JOSEPH A. CILL, Editor. COLBY. - KANSAS.. BANKING IN CHINA. How the Merchants or the Celestial Em plre Conduct Their Financial Aflalrs. There is at present no national bank in China, and the proposed American tank, with its $50,000,000 of capital, would, in a measure, take the place of a national bank. The Chinese, how ever, possess thousands of private banks. There are 400 banks in Peking, 300 native banks in Tientsin, and Can ton has banks and pawnshops by the hundred. The rates of interest are high, and short loans in tight times reach 33 per cent The pawnbrokers charge 36 per cent a year, or 3 per cent a month, and the rates of ex change from one province to another are very heavy. China has no national currency, and each bank issues its own notes. These are much like our notes, save that they are Ch'inese characters and on cheap white pap...

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 April 1889

i BP P lw hum i i pill i , M I WW"' ! 1 l ' W I lpif V 'I UWWWf1 M I III I Hi : "5S37(iTlJ3r- -sraj- siv v I'r.MjJV ? I MTUAMAC PA1TWTV PAT I IIIUJMj lUUiul tAl.! OFFICIAL COUNTY AND CTTr rr . Issued by Tbomas County Publshlnjr Co., at , Colby, Kansas eYeryThursday of each week. JOSEPH A. GILL, Editor. -PUBLICATION OF PROOF MO TICE8. Parties desiring their proof notices published in the Thomas County Cat can have the same done b' request on their application, bee to it tnat our application for proof reads in Thomas Count- 'Cat. Applications and proof notices filled out at this office free of charge. The charge for publication will be 4.00, payable in advance. Shall Colb- have water works? , John, W. Love, of Phillips coucnty, its former trusted count clerk, and lately mayor of Phillipsburg. is a large defaulter and has absconded. In regard to the Hour null no pro positions were read- to be presented on Tu esday last, the paities intend ing to oner propositions not at that time havin...

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 April 1889

.stw 4Vy" f J i$rr - tvr " " S f fcTaiJr wx r 4 r . .Sf, 3 .V!3 SJ jKAaSfe,iSiJE t-tiVi6ja-Ei-,vf Sp?wwSaS, IV 1:1 s ha ,? h THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. JOSEPH A. GILL, Editor. THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1889. SALINA & COLBY KY.-TIME TABLE. West. East ! Frrt i. " STATIONS. Fr't & Pnss'r. Pass'r Pas'r. Pas' r. Lvd'ly ', . rdly ex Sun Leaves lAl ex Sun day, daily. ay- !' i an ii m. P- ni. p. 111. TOO 4 55 Salin:. 11.40 5 30 10.00 C.35 Lincoln Center! 3.57 2.:J0 D. in. ! " ,n- 2.40 9.40 ...PluniMlle.. ' 7.10 9.40 4.40 11.00 ...Hill City... I 5.31 7.05 p. in. ; i . 7 10 12.15 . ...Hoxie ' 4.15J ..0. 1 ' a. in. 9.30 1.25 Colby...... 3.05. 3 00 1 P- "' ....I 2.ri . .Oakley. .A 2.151 C. K. & N.-KOCK ISLAND ROUTX-AOV 18, W. OOINO MEST. DistlDist lrm fnc Day NI.t,Ac stations. Colo Col- Ex Ex coin Sp'gl by. ' p m p in Chicago 1110 S8S1100 145 .imam St. Joseph tf 3S8 b30 945 p m Kansas City C24 402 855 950 a in p in a ni Norton '--r 70 9551039 1100 p ni Jenniiurs 3S 46.104S 112J 140 I a in Sel...

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 April 1889

fyyj'. rr- "&; VZJJf- llii Vj SVt .r it " - -M . sT,-i.v.irut V. V & lt ?i', K5- !-.. SAVED. Ah, what a story she coald hare toldl Seated there, with gleams of gold On her fingers, and milk-white wrist TTader the snowy, filmy mist Of laces as priceless as orient pearls -Ijveliest of all the beautiful girls. 'Memories : how they would ghost-like, glide XUte shadows that darken the green hill side, Ctose to the kiss of the sun, and so fade in its fervent, golden glow; Her life's shadows had faded, all, Za the bright son of this festival. Sixteen birthdays, and six of them fled XJke white-winged angels over her bead. Softly she turns, with her heart aglow Where was she only six years ago! Tarns to the woman who stands by her aide, "Whose eyes meet hers with tender pride. Oh, yon took me from hiunts of death, Yon. sweet lady, whose fragrant breath Stfrs the ringlets that touch my cheek, I must die if I do not speak TTutl, O angel, so pure and white. Do you retuemDer that terribl...

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 April 1889

j.- V M la'r - fe I . CARE OF FLATIRONS. Bow to Keep Them fa Good Coadltsaa and Always Ready for Use. j It is so easy to keep the flatirons in j good condition that there is little ex- cuse lor any nousewue ucjiiecnuij them, no matter how busy she may De. Any woman can easily tell at a glance when these articles are well kept Some housewives will have in their possession irons that have been their I mother's before them, and though they have been in constant use for years, are still as firm and smooth as any one could wish. Other women, with the same kind of irons, would, by neglect and carelessness, in a year or two render them unfit to use. Where there are many starched clothes to be done up weekly, it is a good plan to wash the irons once a week, but where plain clothes and only a few starched are to be done, once a month is enough to wash the irons. Take some clean ammonia soap suds, and with a cloth wash the irons well, afterward wiping with a dry cloth, then put on the back 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. — 25 April 1889

1 v--' - IT 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, Official County Directory., x Clerk James M. Summers. Treasurer C. X. Hovey. Register of Deeds James C. PaseeU. Sheriff M. W. Witbam. Surveyor T. P. Chambers. Coroner L. N. Hitchcock. ( First Dist. W. H. Smith. Com'rs Second " A.J. Senter. Third " W.M.Baldwin. Probate Judge J. E. Lesh. Supenutendent Public Ins't W.P.Sulliran. Attorney-J.L. Loar.. Representative James M.Stewardson. Clerk District Court Chas. Robbing. District Judge Chas. W. Smith. City Directory Mayor T. P. Feehan. Clerk C. B. Dakin. Treasurer J E Mejrlemre. Attorney Joe A Gill. Police Judse J. A. McKilHp. f Marsnall Win. Dodds. ,r rA.B.Canileld. -f I H. C. Shimp. ' Councilmen -J G. W.Goodsoe. -V H.E.Weld. (.J. B. Irwin. CHURCH DIRECTORY. M. E. Church. Preachi...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
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