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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 29 August 1889

bH sa -' ? f ' -x A! ' I i THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. C. E. Kalb, . . Editor and Manager. JosEmA. Gill, . . Associate Editor. THURSDAY, AUGUST 29, 1889. PERSONALS And Other Items of Interest to Our Readers. Samuel Yousse has returned from his trip to Oklahoma. Art Gentzler has re moved back from Goodland to Colby. E. A. Ryder and family have re-moved from Colby to Omaha, Nebr. John McFarland left the "blessed ba by" lon enough to come to town. Mr. and Mrs. John SleFarland have a daughter -which arrived last Friday. John Love, of Randall, was in the city on Friday and called at the Cat office. Henry Wakeman, formerly of Gem, returned last week from Nebraska for a visit. Mrs. J. J. Sitton and family left last Tuesday for a visit to her home at Alma, Nebr. The siding has nearly all been put on the new Colby roller mills, and the work is progressing rapidly. J. "W. Dillon, of Copeland, was anions the visitors to the city yesterday, and gave this office a profitable call. Sunday evening, Sep...

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. — 29 August 1889

. ,,x.y-,J.i- : 'Tii if L ft -a fr S1 g, rfa,tf nawn-y x ' ;. f -s vnf?v( If J f , : P I!; i ; JM . :i J! I '6 ip b? $ 5 : IX R i-1 S 5 5 u 1.2 I THE SKINNEKS. Their Essay to Enter Society and "What Came of It. ANDY, it kiHder seems as if we'd ought to go to this here charity ball. We don't want to be stin gy with our money now we've got ii,and besides, I've pot a hankering to go " "Nathan Skinner, be you in your senses!" asked his wife. "Handy, that's just where I be. What's tohcnder?" 'Well, we're a pretty couple to think oi going to a balL How oid was you your last birthday 1" "Mandy, you needn't bo throwing it up to a feller that he's getting on to the shady side of Ufa I'm willing to adn.it that 1 ain't quite so 3 oung as I was once, but jou ain't so old as i'be. It's on your account 1 was thinking of it." "Well, Nathan, don't think of it any more. It's foolish " Nathan slept very poorly that night He was thinking of the ball. Poor, foolish fel low, he wanted Mandy to have one ...

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. — 29 August 1889

?-rrr'rrW -; V wmr ft Let I i i . ELECTING A POPE. Where and How the Cardinal 8e7ct a Head of the Catholic Church. Time was when the election of the supreme head of the church was vested in the Cardinal Bishops, "with the consent of the other Cardinals and the clergy and people of Rome, savins', also, the honor due to the King of the Romans."' But this recognition of a kingly and imperial right to inter fere with papal elections was the cause of endless troubles. It proved to be a fertile source of anti-Popes and other vexations, and finally became so intolerable that -Alexander III. took away from the imperial line the locus standi in papal elections, and a general council later on, held at the Lateran, decreed that the election should thenceforth rest "with the Cardinals alone." This Lateran decree was confirmed and de veloped at the Council of Lyons, pre sided over bj' Pope Gregory X., and in all its substantial features the discip line then laid down still obtains in all papal c...

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. — 29 August 1889

i2 r f.. s I , r".i Is Delinquent Tax List. COUNTY TREASURER'S OFFICK, J Colbt, Thomas Co., Kansas, V Juhr. 10. 1889. I Notice Js hereby given that I will sell at seqr swqr.. nwqr. neqr.. seqr.. neqr.. swqr.. swqr. 34 26 2614 29 92 29 05 816 27 44 36 79 24 2" 5315 1254 964 10 51 29 78 2546 22 01 1197 9 29 24 27 8 46 nwqr...3o IV ui swqr.. 25 10 33 2001 stfofnei3310 33 10 98 DVrnr...3(lUifl 21 oa swqr.. ..33 10 33 seqr i v m .. 1 month.) so much of each tract of land or town lot contained in the following description as may be necessary to pay the taxes and charsres thereon for theyear 1888. Agreeable to the provisions of an act of the Legislature entitled An act to provide (for the assessment and collection of taxes. Revised Statutes, Chapter 107, Article 17, I 109. Page 966, and otherparagraphs pertaining thereto. JlUnuAD AuwilonAr. ss nwqr... 34 7 33 $?06 nf.-. .31 7 34 neqr.....35 7 34 ne qr....-34 7 33 ne qr 8 8 33 nwqr 4 8 33 neqr... .20 7 S4 Bwqr ... 21 7 33 swqr .24 7 34 ne q...

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. — 5 September 1889

:r -w-U.i.: v- I COUNTy Thomas Cat. S VOL. V. NO. 26. COLBY. THOMAS COUNTY, KANS'AS, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 5, 1889. $1.50 PER YEAR. Wi; mm W. S. WTLLCOXON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, COLBY, H. E. Weld. KANSAS. J. E. Campbell. WELD & CAMPBELL. ATTORNEYS AT LAW Ofllce in Weld-Senter Building, COLBY, - - - KAXSAS. 1L E. VANEPPS, PHOTOGRAPH B 33. , OBERLIN and COLBY, Colby Gallery open second Monday In each inunth, for one week. JOSEPn A. GILL, Attorney at Law. iSOllice over First National Bank. COLBY, KANSAS Windsor House. E. L. BREWER, Fnor. Refitted mid refurnished throughout, walls elegantly cal cimiued, and everything in first class style. TEHMS REASONABLE. COLitv, - - Kansas. BORDEN & EDMUNDS, Attorneys at Law, COLBY, KANS. Practice before all the local courts and Gov ernment Departments at Washington. Heal Estate. "We do a genera! real estate business. Par ties having c ly property or farms to sell would do well to lit the same with us. as we adver tise every piece of property left i...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 5 September 1889

-- i';-3s! . - THOMAS COUNTY OAT. JOSEPH A. GILL, Editor. GHT.BT KANSAf AT FORTY-FIVE. HaltJ" cry the busies, down the column'! length. And noihinp loth to halt and rest am I. For summer's heat had somewhat taxed xny strength. And long the dusty ways before me He. The dew that glittered when the echoing horn Called reveille to greet the waking aay: The cool sweet shadow of the cheery morn. The birds that thrilled the bugles' rounde lay; The scented violets, with eyes of blue, That breathed sweet incense when we trod them down; The wild wood buds and blooms of brightest hue, Fair prophecy of honor's radiant crown; And all that made the earlier marching light, Have passed like incense of the rosy hours, And many a beaten field of fiercest fight Lies between noonday and auroral flowers. For all Us promise, morning brought us care. So soon its songs and pleasant shadows passed; Our ambushed foes lurked in each woodland fair; On every smiling plain we saw them massed. Our standards gay, ...

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. — 5 September 1889

" ' " "! V i - t ,70 - 'V.r .V? Se V n i if- THOMAS COUNTY OAT. JOSEPH A. CILL, Editor. m W1LBY. KANSAS HONESTY AND MORALITY. JECemorsc Considered in the tight of an Active Moral Sense. When in one of his cynical moods, "brought about by the contemplation of J3ecky Sharp, Thackeray remarked: "And for my part. I believe that re morse is the least active of all a man's moral senses the very easiest to bo deadened when wakened, and in some never wakened at alL We grieve at being found out and at the idea of .shame or punishment, but the mere sense of wrong makes very few peo ple unhappy in Vanity Fair." The .general truth of that observation, as -applied to a good many people who .are accounted fairly moral and respectable, may be accepted, al though it is not a pleasant reflection that "very few people" abhor wrong because it is wrong. The fault lies with the false code of morals that is Tery generally taught, not only in school, but in society. Children are taught that honesty is goo...

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. — 5 September 1889

s.i.,.U.'-i!,..ir v "JV". J W' '.J.' ... j.!,- rt- r.fTT: iS ---- - " - r j-r f. , r. , . - ft? - - ? - -" il u ?3ft ;v:"- v l- : i ' h , U THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. OFFICIAL COTINTT AND CTEY issued by Tbomw cnbiswiw co.at ; Dlby, Kansas every Thursday or eacn wee. . Colby ZT Editor aBd Manager. I . . AssoeiateEr. C. E. Kalb, . . Joseph A. Gill, .FINAL PROOFS. . ,. , 1 IT" i. i ' All final proof notices must be paid- , , . , , for or payment arranged for in art-' m i ui- ; Tance. The charge for publication is ! .. .. ,,,.- t;,.M $4.00. Parties having proof notices- i r 0i,ij t;v running in the paper should notify, . - -wo , us at once in case of mistakes in notice. ANNOUNCEMENTS. rorvTv cr-ERic. . foUmS to the deelson of the republican county con-1 vention. D-S-KARNS" no eb, an, nunc; i sell .as a caram wi "v- m . ..'P...i rwiim v rfmillllcail tion i-r the itoi'iimitlon as county clerk bud iecttoindeeHi.ii j.m.Summkus. UW1J Wi- TKEURKR. ... . . . .nir sMinrlfflnrn tnr - nomination of t...

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. — 5 September 1889

:?? s?', f-pc ', sA ' p T? --?- " v"' V' '"sa?? "m W:.- r WZfct -rr Jl k a i rmtnirm 1ATTVPV TiT i THK H M A I, I X 1 1 tAl . C. E. Kalb, . . Editor and Manager. Joseph A. Gill, . . Associate Editor. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 18S9. C. P, RT., L. & C. BRANCH TIME TABLE. PASSENGER. WEST BOCSD. No.275Ieaves Colby l:0jp.m EAST BOUND. No. 276 leaves Colby 3:35 p.m.! FREIGHT. No. 277 arrives at Colby 2:2pral No. 278 leases Colby 2:30a.m., All trains run on central time. Nos. 275 and 276 passenger exclusive. Nos. 277 and 278 mixed same as before. '. C. K.&N.-ROCK ISLAND ROUTE-.NQV1S83. GOING WEST. DiSt frm Diet frm Day Ex Ni.t Ex Ac- STATIONS. Colo! Sp'p com a m d m St. Jasepta... Kansas City. COLBY Denver 935 HiU d ma m 900 9 P0 a m p m p m 330 101104 n m'a m 2J7 64U boU GOING EAST. a m p m Denver COLBY Kansas City. St. Joseph... 75 297 750 p m 222 330 a m 624 402 710 610 383 Sa5 a m p m 225 8 50 P ni 510 510! Local freight trains will run ahead of time or be annulled at the company'...

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. — 5 September 1889

.- V'H .' ""'iii i I jb9ft9atf!taf - if' Jtt tm. jt xroMEy iiw -JZ.- 1 . c -". -3- -- Hj i jnwirrnrjyiii, " i" r""- i n- i' A- ?, ft If ,, ? A SONG OF THE SAND-MAN. !Hn! Tor the Sand-man ! jolly old fellow. With twinkling eyes and a cleesome smile; HJe comes when the candles flicker yellow, And he does his work in jauntiest style, yor he lightens his cumbersome bag of sand With a light and a brisk and a generous band. JHi! for the Sand-man 1 merry old codger, -His aim Is firm and his shot is crack, Ad the sharpest wiles of the nimblest dodger Can baffle him never, nor hold him back; 33tte eyes, gray eyes, black eyes, brown, 3Se powders them soft and the lids drop down. Ho! for the Sand-man I funny old rover. He stops the playing and halts the fun! Ec doesn't wait till the games are over. He doesn't care whether the romps are done. Ills shazcy old head pokes in, and lo ! 2Touths gape wide open and feet lag slow. .Ho! for the Sand-man I blithesome old caller. Mothers esteem him and nu...

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. — 5 September 1889

H C ' V "V 'i TT J ' --j.- S- S1 . AN EDUCATIONAL ELEMENT. Hie Ballot s an Educator of Mankind The Ennobling Tendency of the Elec tive Franchise Its Effect on the Condi tion of 'Women. Education is not the mere acquisition of facts. It is not synonymous with intelligence, nor can it be impartei by instruction. That was once the popu lar notion; but a better philosophy of mind has corrected our definition. Edu cation, according' to our most advanced thought, is the development of the whole being, and in a subjective sense has reference to the training and disci pline oi the intellect, the sensibilities and the tvilL Now, it follows, of course, that the sentient subject does not receive all his ducation in the school-room. The true teacher seeks to arouse the dor mant mind, and to put it in a receptive state. Ho supplies the datum, gives the individual implements by which he can work, puts zhe powers into harness and applies the goad. This is all he can do- He knows that, if the true ...

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. — 5 September 1889

" tvvr3-v ' .V'.i 41 & -m - iA . A u 1 Mi B2 t FLORA AKD FAUMOFCENTRAL PARK. William Nye and the Wild Ani mals Are Thrown in Contact. He Thinks the Elephant Should Shortea Bis Suapender Explains Why the Kan garoo Carries His Vitals in the Base of Bis System He Also speaxsei me una Ionss Who Eats Nothing bat FToar'a Xffs and Rmgontm of Beet Copyright, 1888. by Edgar W. Nye. It is indeed a great delight to the busy truck-driver and other brain-workers of New York on a quiet Sabbath afternoon to stroll about our great, free menajrerie and congress of living wonders near the Sixty fourth street and Fifth avenue entrance to Central Park. Here the great breakers of clvilitation along the celebrated avenue break upon the shores of an artificial wil derness. A few paces from the wealth and refinement of the great thoroughfare the great gray recks and spreadipg elms of the primeval forest extend themselves, as one may say, whilst the roar of the Fifth ave nue stage and the rattle of the ...

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. — 12 September 1889

gresg " hdM'hA " r au-" ; w . - -i . T .-, -, -c 3Wi -V .T""" 4 J s-SSFaESfc.'-Ty-rt -c - V ' JT 5"'45' i ?. Thomas Cat. : b iX. '4 - - 7 VOL. V. NO. 27. COLBY. THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 12, 1889. $1.50 PER YEAR. COUNTy mm HAS COME TO COLBY TO STAY. He represents the Challenge Windmill! It never blows down. Three hundred now in use in Vc estern Kansas. Jones sells windmills on terms that any farmer can get a, windmill. Cash monthly payments quarterly payments semi-annual or annual payments. The Challenge Windmill challenges the admiration of -all for durability, excellence in work and cheapness. Jones, the windmill man, may be found at Colby, Kan sas, ready to sell his Challenge mill. "New York Racket" Dry Good House 1 ESTABLISHED JULY 1st. 1889. LEADER Z2T LOW PRICES. DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, NOTIONS, HATS AND CAPS, BOOTS AND SHOES, STATIONERY, MILLINERY, HOSIERY. UNDERWEAR, EMBROIDERY. LACES, JERSEYS, TRIMMINGS, RIB BONS. CUTLERY, JEWELRY, CLOCKS, ETC. Amongour daily ...

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. — 12 September 1889

V- '. I &$& OB'nS".-- rJi. Trt' ' i.-x J &T .. - vs? r X IS ste THOMAS COUNTY OAT. JOSEPH A. C1LL, Editor. - COLBY. KANSAS THE SOUTHERN POLE. IVliat "We Know of Its Environments A G igan tic Wall of Ice. The golden age of Antartic discov ery arrived when Captain, afterward Sir James, Ross was dispatched from England in 1840 to fix the position of the South magnetic pole and any other position he could discover on the way there. Before Ross could reach the scene of his lahors other explorers, English, French and American, were busy forestalling him. Of these the first was the Englishman, Baileny, who, sailing in Enderby's ship, the Eliza Scott, discovered in 18ii9 the islands which bear his name, and which lie almost under the Antartic Circle, and almost due south from New Zealand. Baileny could not land on Ihe islands, but he made sure of their existence, and afterward, sailing far to the westward, ho saw many more signs of land, and suspected the exist ence of much whic...

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. — 12 September 1889

-f -, - -i- Hgtfz -r '' " $'Jr - , s j Wh F- V5Ti k-"SL. J 4trffeW? .-H . ' I-.!. 5T 'S X . "xf ""V h ' K. & ' THOMAS COUNTY OAT, JOSEPH A. C1LL, Editor. COLBY, KANSAS WOMAN'S WORK. TVitfc many a turn my steps I take. Is many a crook and crevice: .And many a biscuit must I bako For Maud and me and Lev a. J sweep, I dust, I cook, I rise Up in the morning early; 1 wash the breakfast dishes, and I churn, then dress the baby. I make the dust and dry leaves fly Against my new broom fairly; I chatter, chatter as I go. Because I rest so rarely; "For men may come and men may go, But X ko on forever, ever, I go on forever. move about and in and out. While here the chickens feeding, And here and there at hawk to shout, But little they are heeding. I walk, I run, I skip, I hop From one thing to another; I stop to dress a bruise or cut. For the children run to mother. Then to the garden I must go To see what work is needeJ, For plants must be set out, you know. And then they must be weeded....

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. — 12 September 1889

' , VjfK'SSKTM.'Sy? . 1 4 v .-s. ?sr- r T t rx 1 THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. OFFICIAL COUNTY AND crrr i PAPER. Issued by Tbomas County Publshtag Co., at Colby, Kansas every Thursday of each week. C. E. Kalh, . . Editor and Manager. Joseph A. Gill, . . Associate Editor. FINAL PROOFS. All final proof notices must be paid for or pa3'Hient arranged for in ad vance. The charge for publication is $4.00. Parties having proof notices running in the paper should notify us at once in case of mistakes in notice. ANNOUNCEMENTS. COUNT- CLERK. I hereby announce tr.yself a a candidate for the nomination of county clerk subject to the decison of the republican county con vention. D. S. Kakns. I he) eliv announce myself asa candidate be fore the Thoinu county republican conven tion for the nomination as county clerk sub ject to its decision. .T.M.SUMMKIK. TKKASUItKR. I hereby announce myself a candidate lor nomination of treasurer of Thomas county subject to the decision of the republican coim troneittlo...

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. — 12 September 1889

?jgf?"4J?'9r ty lp lyf v J& V& ill ly-? -O fv , 15 he THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. C. E. Kalb, . . Editor and Manager. Joseph A. Gill, . . Associate Editor. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1889. C. P. KY., L. & C. J1KANCH TIME TABLE, PASSENGER. WEST BOUND. No. 275 leaves Colby KAST BOUND. No. 276 leaves Colby FREIGHT. No. 277 arrives at Colby No. 278 leaves Colby ...1:05 p.m. ...3:35 p. m. . .9:30 p.m. ...2:30 a.m. All trains run on central time. Nos. 275 and 276 passenger exclusive. Nos. 277 and 27S mixed same as before. C. K. & N.-KOCK ISLAND ROCTE-.NOV 18, '8 CrOINO WKST. Distl frm Colo SpV Dist frm Day Ex Ni.t Ex Ac- com a m! n m St. Joseph... Kansas City. COLBY... Dener on.-.1 BJU n ma m i 900 950 a m'p m p m 330 1043,1104 n in' a m 297 640! 6u0, OOINO KAST. a mp in 75 297 750 725 pmaui 222 330 225 h m p m C24 402 710 510 1 B10 36 835 510 Denver COLBY.. Kansas City. St. Joseph... p m 850 Local frelKht train will run ahead of time or be annulled at the company's pleasure. Dall...

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. — 12 September 1889

'SfT "-T J. K- jl f f t?? ? -?i i -yi n A REMINISCENCE. Memory View of the Little Brown School-House. iHE little school- bouse that stood perched above the road, on the piny hillside, was brown with age, not paint, as long ago as I used to go plodding to ward it in my brief home-made trousers and brass-toed shoes. No doubt it was orig inally a furious red, but long since every trace of paint had dis appeared, and only the residuum, mixed with a thousand beating rains, and crum bling fosts and heat, remained to im pregnate the ancient clap-boards, and give AWAITISG AX OPPOBTUKITT. them their sober, Quakerish hue. A great chimney rose sheer above the little build ing, like a stove-pipe hat on a callow college youth. It summer it was always murmur ous of tho nesting chimney swallows, and in winter it belched great clouds of smoke tbrougn the somber pines, or waved with the storms that poured into its wide throat. Hero, about and within thU little build ing, center most of the youthful ...

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. — 12 September 1889

'ArvrV V' &?-? " i' ,,lSVV 3. e- wi"5i: .?- -."-s-iiv-'- ?-"' W$ l'V- &teJ&g& t i4- : - Ti r j. : V K & IN BONANZA DAYS. When All California Was "Wild In the nunt for Wealth. The report that Mrs. Macker, wife of the California millionaire, had en tered suit against an English news paper for publishing the statement that her mother -was a washerwoman, has revived talk about the old bonanza days on the 1'aciGc coast. One of the California colony, who makes Wb headquarters at the Gault House, chatted pleasantly about those times the other night. "Did you ever know," said he, "that it was in a sa loon on Washington street, San Fran cisco, that the bonanza princes of the coast laid the foundation of their wealth? It was kept by Flood and O'Brien, and was a great resort for the truckmen in the neighborhood. Occasionally an old winner, who had come down to the bay, as they called it, to have a good time, visited the sa loon; and among them was Mackey and Fair, who scon ...

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. — 12 September 1889

T7 V.5.. ':. .- vv- M ' "v ? t ..ti -!. i? t G. A. R. ITEMS. . THE ARMY BEAN. Am "Sweet By and By." There'6 a spot that the soldier's all love. The mess-tent Is the place that we mean; And the dish that we like to see there Is the old-fashioned white Army bean. CHOBUS. Tisthobean that we mean. And wo'll eat as we ne'er ate before. The Army bean, nice and clean ; We will stick to our beans evermore. Now the bean In Its primitive state, Is aplant that we have all often met; And when cooked In the old army style. It has charms we can never forget, CHORUS. The German is fond 01 -Bauer krout. The potato is loved by the Mick: But the soldiers have Ion since found out That through life to our beans we should stick. CHORUS. REFRAIN. Air "Tell Aunt Rhoda." Beans for Jteakfast, Beans for Baner, neans for supper. Beans! Beans! Beans! Beans! Beans! Beans! The next na tional encampment of the G. A. R. has been located at Boston, and the bade will no doubt be a bean. Up to this date 400 monuments...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
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