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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 3 October 1889

?- -" f "jc. -Vb1 " t f! l THOMAS COOTTY CAT, JOSEPH A. CILL, Editor. OLBY. KANSAS REUBEN BARABBAS. ""Sixty per cent.," said Reuben to my lord, ""To save your honorl "Tis not much to pay, Td make it only nrty if I could; .But money's scarce, and life's a lottery, And your old father may outlive his son. You can't afford It? Well, no more can I -Afford to run the risk on lower terms; .-Andif you can't, you can't; and so cood-bye." SIy lord looked angry, but a young and rash, And lingered on h:s se.it, and b.t his Lp, .And launched at Reuben words of hate and scorn With fearful meanings. But ho signed the bill, -And tooK the hard-won and degrading cash; -Hard-won, but lightly parted with ia bts and Play, .And jewelers' and milliners" accounts Tor the Aspasia of the passing hour "That held his fancy and h.s purse in thrall, "Till his mind changed or hers, more likely still, 3n favor of some newer fool than he. 'That night, in bed, Harabbas had a dream. Half-wakiug and half-sleeping, as...

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. — 3 October 1889

::! THE THOMASJOUNTY CAT. OFFICIAL COUNTY AND CITY PAPER. Issued by Tbomas County PublBhinjr Co., at Colby, Kansas every Thursday of each week. C. E. Kalb, . . Editor and Manager. Joseph A. Gill, . . Associate Editor. FINAL PROOFS. All final proof notices must be paid for or payment? arranged for in ad Tance. 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. REPUBLICAN TICKET. Tor Judge 31th Judicial District. CHARLES W. SMITH. For County Treasurer. J. F. ROWLAND. -?-... .- " . .S.KAKXS. For Rt,n-t r of T'omIs, JAMES C. PASSKLL. For Sheriff, ALEX SHOWALTEK. For County Surveyor, W. H. EATON. For Coroner, SCOT HARNEIC For CommisSionerM District. .'...THOMPSON. TOWNSHIPTICKET. F"or Trustee, wm. s. irwix. For Treasurer, L. L. FRENCH. For Clerk, C. H. PLASTER. For Justice of the Peace. JAS.A.MCKILLIP. For Constable?, C II. DAKIN. W.M.DODDS. Ex-Governor Martin is reported as being seriously ill. B...

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. — 3 October 1889

ft -ryWwrmj'i -:ry V5v -s--jiiR-c-i rT-'-'jKr?' v1 & x THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. C. E. Kalb, . . Editor and Manager. JosErnA. Gill, . . Associate Editor. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1889. O. P. RY., L. & C. BRANCH-TIME TABLE. PASSENGER. WEST HOUND. No.275 leaves Colby 1:0.) p.m. F.FT HOUND. No. 276 leaves Colby 3:3op.tn. FREIGHT. No. 277 arrives at Colby v.. .:30p.m. No. 278 leaves Colby 2:.a.m. All trains run on central time. Nos. 275 and 276 passenger exclusive. t Nos. 277 and 278 mixed same as before. C. K. & N.-ROCK ISLAND ROUTE-.N OV 18, '8 GOING Vr'KST. Dist frm Colo Sp'ir St. Joseph... Kansas City. Dist frm 2!T7 Day Ex Ni.t Ex a mm m 935 810 i) ma m 900 9.M) a m'p m 1043,1104 n ma in 640' 650 Ac- com p m 330 GOING KAST. Denver COLBY... Knnfias City. St. Joseph I B10 a m p m 297 750 725 p m a m 330 22.-) a m p m 402 710 510 38S 835 510 D m 850 Tnol .4.rl.t twilnairillrjin nhond of time Or beannulled attheeompany'pplensure. Daily except Siindaj". All other trains daily. All t...

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. — 3 October 1889

tVSj' y&-m &gfd sar -- -s? "yx ""'-' r ' -s :--vft-c v ' :f " " "? "" ' -. n x I THE THOMAS CODNTY CAT. C E. Kalb, . . Editor and Manager. JosErnA. Gill, . . Associate Editor. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1889. ff. P. RY., L. & C. BRANCH-TIME TABLE. PASSENGER. WEST BOUND. No.275 leaves Colby 1:05 p.m. E ST BOUND. No. 276 leaves Colby 3:35 p.m. FREIGHT. No. 277 arrives at Colby 9:30 p.m. No. 278 leaves Colby 2:30 a.m. All trains run on central time. Nos. 275 and 270 passenfrer exclusive. t Nos. 277 and 278 mixed same as before. C. K. & N.-ROCK ISLAND ROUTE-N OV IS. 'SS. GOINO WEST. Dist frm Dist frm Day Ni.t'Ac- Colo Ex I ex com SpV a m,p m 935 810 ii ma in St. Joseph... Kansas City. COLBY-. Denver 610 C24 900 9 SO a m'p m 1043.1104 d ma in p m 330 2!7 640' 650 GOINO EAST. a m p m 75 297 750 725 p m a m 222 330 225 a m p m 024 402 710 510 filO 3S8 835 510 Denver COLBY-. Kansas City. St. Joseph... D m 850 Local freight train 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 7 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 3 October 1889

f?t iPwHSS i 3 -. y ? t -2 'H PKISONEB 411. 35JHE State prison at jjjjJJ C was a gloomy place at the best, but this June morning the sun streamed over its high, bleak walls, flooded the cheerless yard and ix-rn lit. thfi dismal ", 4 U lit. corridor with an un- Ixjp !$-&, -r wonted glow. Never ,p i-2r2S had the outside world seemed brighter anu Sberiy sweeter to a young man, scarcely more "than a youth, who stood peering Uiroughthe bars of a narrow window at the little of the outside world included in 4a vista. His reverie was broken by the tern words of a turnkey who came upon ifja unnoticed. "Lcafii eh!" said the official. "You'll be with us a day longer for that- Get to -crk, d you" and finish your job !" The convict danced at the official half defiantly, but made no rcplj and picking up the long-handled mop that had fallen at his feet proceeded with the washing of the cor xidor floor. The turnkey eyed him for a moment and then passed on to the rotunda, so constructed as to co...

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. — 3 October 1889

- - r r cpwap r & K V UNDER THE STARS. The midnight hour Is here, and silence broods "With folded -wings oer all the sleeping world; The vnippo',vrill -within the sedgy lea Hath tusned his querulous song, and the dull owl Sits ca'm and voiceless in the darksome -wood. .Impelled hy sleepless care I walk abroad Throu;h the moist meadows, where the breath ing flowers Csnd lorth sweet Incense to the stooping hills, "Whose shadows hold the vale In loved em brace. Softly the breeze comes from the groves alar And pattering from the meads a thousand sweets Bears them away in silence to the stars, Whilst earth s ts weeping tears el pearly dew Tor the dear loss, but sptaks no evil word. Ont of the moonless skies the luminous stars, Circl'ng in wondrous harmony and grace 'Round the great central throne of majesty. Flash down sweet words of peace and truth and love; Peace :n the perfect motion of the spheres, Truth in the lJsai th Jt streams upon the world, And love m the aread pow er that ...

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. — 3 October 1889

"',3J V-",, "-' f; k r E. -SPECIAL CORRESPONDENCE. SOUTH SOLOMON ITEMS. South Solomon, Sept. 27. The weather la very nice. Threshing is going on nobly in the neighbor hood. Farmers arc sowing their small grain. Double the number of acres will be sown that were last fall. Henry VanMetre started for Nebraska yes terday to get work. He Is a clever worker. School begins on the 7th of October in Dis trict No. 54. Mrs. Keck will be the teacher. Arthur McKIung is at home on a visit from Denver. He will remain about a month. C. F. Crooks has put up a windmill. The literary society will commence again In the Smith district next week. Come, every body and have a good society. The farmers are cutting and baleing their broom corn. Mrs. C. F. Crooks, after a long illness, is so that she can git up again and her many friends willbc pieascd to hear of her convafescing. Mr. Thomas had a team to run away the other day which resulted in one of the horses' legs tbe'.ng broken. The animal had to be kil...

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. — 10 October 1889

Ig, ,w u T-iA' mm04mfM jC - '"Cffvrrft (1 Thomas Cat. ?-- ? tjf, . . -t n- iijfi VOL. V. NO. 31. COLBY. THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 10, 1889. 1.50 PER YEAR. OOUNTy t ! i & U. SELDOM A fly on the nose of the man in the moon, a hen witn false teeth a dog taking his own bark for the chills, or Bargains Like Tiosp "Wc are now offering at such hug-the-dirt-get-lower- if-1-could prices, j You will see all the above remarkable tilings, and also: A happy land, aland beyond the seas, where POTPIE smokes in boundless lakes, and DUMPLINGS grow on trees, before you see such bargains again. Yours to command, Mccormick & bott. Undertaking Burial ALWAYS BURIAL ROBES, SUITS, WHITE SEEEESEEEZ f3f Special attention Riven to preparing and snipping bodies at low prices. 1ST Night calls promptly attended. jjeJ If you need anj thinir in the f urniturc Une, kinds of parlor suits, kitchen goods, at erj 5o. prices. I k tub NUVr HOME 3EV.T MACHINE, and a full stock of needles and machine...

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. — 10 October 1889

WMffp!BreHismMMalaMmmmaWmswMwswE :", yWX . iv - v -c - ii-"i.j w ?V1 m . THOMAS COUNTY OAT, JOSEPH A. GILL, Editor. COLBY. KANSAS HOW TO HANG PICTURES. "Why ArtUts Are Desirous of Having Their "Work Hung on the tine." Most persons who frequent picture galleries have heard the expression "hung on the line," and among the number there are doubtless some few -who have rather vaguely wondered as to the meaning. If there are any such it may afford them some satisfaction to know that a picture is so spoken of -when it is hung on the level of the eyes of the spectator. They are said to be "skied" when they are placed so high that it is difficult for one standing upon the floor to comfortably bring them within the range of vision, and the meaning of this term many an artist is familiar with to his sorrow. It will be readily understood that a picture placed either too high or too low down upon the wall is seen at great disadvantage, though perhaps the latter position is the more prefer able ...

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. — 10 October 1889

I-- , Jj v vty; - JT v vv? r ?. - 8 . K, h "Y THOMAS COUNTY OAT JOSEPH A. CILL, Editor. COLBY. KANSAS A LATTER-DAY DELUSION. Sow swiftly now tbe seasons glide. When ono looks back to hours of youth, A day seems past, scarce more in sooth, ."Since the child roamed wondering-eyed. IBut days were then as now are years. Life's path appeared an endless "climb;" There was for all things so much t.me; Tolly to let its waste wake fears! "With face turned futureward, before Our feet the way untrod, intent To seek, to find, to know, we went, Uor reckoned of the moment's store. ' "Yet now we say we squandered you, ' O, hours, that have become so brief I The fault stands out in bold relief .Against the wide, time-distant blue. And our regret rings, as the tone Of cloistral bell, within our hearts; "While to our lips the moan upstarts: Ah, if we then'had only known!" But vain it is to deem that we "Would use the wisdom of the years. E'en though we could, ere care and tears Hai e n rought it to m...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 10 October 1889

P ,- Uf - i -A - 'r. - 'j -v.- fW- w,s -vrr s-.-r,j " 7 1 . i t V Hi it THE THOMASJOUNTY CAT. OFFICIAL COUNTY AND CTCr PAPEB. Tipued by Thomas County PublshingCo., at Colby, Kansas every Thursday of each week. C. E. Kalb. . . Editor aBd Manager. -Joseph 1. Gill, . . Associate Editor, FINAL PROOFS. All final proof notices must be paid Jor or payment arranged for in ad-j vanre. The chaige for publication is 4.00. Parties having proof , notices' running in the paper should notify us at once in case of mistakes in notice. REPUBLICAN TICKET. For Judge 34tb Judicial District. CHARLES W. SMITH. For County Treasurer. J. F. ROWLAND. '..KARKS. r rr 'v. Is, .M V fl C. PASMJMi. vitf. ATyT HOWALTKK. !- .- " 'lrrj Survivor, ' W . 1IEAT0N. For Coronor, SCOT HAKNER. For CoromUsioner.ld District. 7. L. THOMPSON. TOWN8HIPTICKET. For Trustee, W. M. IRWIN, For TroaHurer, L. L. FRENCH. For Clerk, CH. PLASTER. For Justice of the Peace. JAS.A.McKILLIP. For Constables, 0. B. DAKIN. W.M.DODDS, Road Overseer...

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. — 10 October 1889

' i -t- J. e-f- ev. - ys r Q t .' KTi ' V. I, ',Vi iWI - " yT?Sw a 1 J J THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. C. E. Kalb, . . Editor and Manager. Jo8EPhA.Gill, . . Associate Editor. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 10. 1889. U. P. BY.. L. & C. mMNi,H-TIME TABLE. PAS'ENOEK. WEPT BOUND. No.2751eaves Colby 1:05p.m. rast boitnu. No. 276 leaves Colhv 3:35 p.m. FKETGHT. No. 277 arrives at Colby 3:30p.m. No. 27 loaves Colby 2:30a.m. .All train run on central time. No?. 275 and 278 paJPfMiger exclusive. Xo. 277 and 278 mixed same an before. C. K. & N.-KOCK ISLAND KOCTE-.N OV 18. 8S. fiOINO WKCT. P1 frm DiRt frm ny Ex Ni.t Ac Ex com STATIONS. Colo SpV a m n ro p m 81' a m 8t. Joseph... Kansas City. COLBY-. TknYfr 900 9W a m p m 1104 p m 330 1043 n ma m vr, R40 6501 fiOJNO EAST. m p m Denver COLBY... Kansas City. 8t. Joseph... 297 7.V pir p m 8 50 33W 24V a m 710 i I P m 510 510T Lcnl f reiRht trains will run ahead of time or beannnllcd atthe company's pleasure. Dailv except Sunday All other train3 daily. All tra...

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. — 10 October 1889

s r&r 1 7s" "! ' V 1 SrtK' .TV. Y V ' :- -?i ". V Wj. s I- W THE BOWSEES. -4Ir. Bowser Takes a Trip to tb Courrtfy. rlHi, what do yon think!" exclaimed Mr. Bowser, as he camo hurrying home from the office the other afternoon. "Have you gone and got some more hens or bought an other borsel" "Mrs. Bowser, the event of our life is about to happen." "What is it J" "You know Gregg? well, Gregg owns a little farm out here about twelve miles. There's a good house on it, and he says we can occupy it for the summer. We will fcave a cow and a horae, pigs, poultry and other stock, and we'll go out there and tan tip and get fat, and have the best time in the world." "I don t think much of the idea, Mr. Bow ser." "You don't I You don't want cool breezes fresh eggs freah berries rich milk songs of birds lowing of the kine and rest from care!" "You will bo disappointed if you expect any such thing." "I will, eh? Perhaps I don't know what the country is. You are always ready to throw cold water...

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. — 10 October 1889

MM ;v-$- ' "vv-. M yaf' Ox,, -v; ,! u IF f J J-. AUNT OHLORIE WHITE. JL New Jersey Woman Who Once Slapped Queen Victoria. In a picturesque village among1 the -well-wooded hills of Morris County, U. J., lives an elderly woman from whom Dr. H. S. Drayton has drawn the following naive story. The nar ration is in the old lady's words: Oly father," said Mrs. White, was a clerk in the arsenal at Wool wich when I was a chit of a girl, and I was very fond of running ahout in the arsenal yard, where I used to play among the big guns and the heaps of cannon balls. The officers all knew me, and I knew King William very -well, and the Duke of Kent. They visited the arsenal occasionally, and there would then be parades and evolutions and cannon firing, which delighted mo very much. King Will iam called me Chloric I don't know -why and sometimes said that he would cut off my curls. I had a great lot of hair that curled. Sometimes the Queen would be naturally in the party that came to the arsenal....

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. — 10 October 1889

w-!'mwim ' -fA n "r-vr v- -- -VJf f7f3t fK x'-s. SPECIAL CORRESPONDENCE. RANDALL BIPPLES. Randall, Oct. 11. We are having some pleasant weatnenor wis or,y i.u, .. ' early, our first frost fell tho 5th of September. On the 25th ico froze one half Inch thick. Our crops are good for this country. Borne wheatmade 23 bushels to tho acre while our corn tho best will make 45 bushels. Our fall grain leoks promising and so we think Ban dall township Is a little ahead of her neigh bors'. Every one has their winter feed put up and atock'looks ood . . W.M.Ames is still peddling school charts in Nebraska. Frank Wiseman and his father will make a flying trip to" Oberlin this week. Mr. Fairchilds bids all his friends good by io-morrovr, he Is leaving the country. 3Ir. Bustetor is putting up a wind grim mill. Hir. Thomas Reed lost his baby last Thurs dayIt was buried on his father's land. Mr. Reed has the sympathy of all. Mr. B. Wasson is running a molasses fac- t0Jefinings and Reed have a fine lot...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 17 October 1889

PWHHBMlr??TTS ,, i niiiimiif in" rTrnnTcaani firm"1 i, 'Ml JBEffSWBB T7fM it3ti?",-. ' ' ; ' " . -.i Xi. f " ? t tx rvftrf j- jr Ha9ctaR.4flv' - Thomas Cat. 4 'V-A --V VOL. V. NO. 32. COLBY, THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 17, 1889. $1.50 PER YEAR. i COUNTy mm ! . THE GREAT BARGAIN SALE OF -OVERCOATS!- lira), It 171 IrikllrL tt d al, IK I'l We will sell all our overcoats at prices never before made in the state, on above dates. Remember, we have the Largest Stock in the West. Mens' Gray Tweed $2.00 Worth double the price. Mens' Striped Heavy Ulster $4.50 A blizzard protector! Brown and Blue Chinchilla $5.00 Cheap at $8.00. Ulster, large Astrachan collar and cuffs $6.0O A marvelof cheapness. GENTS' Brown and black Worsted dress $8.00 Cheap for $12.50. Satin faced and extra fine Melton $14 00 Tailor made. Chinchilla, all wool, large fur collar and, cuffs. s 10.50 Exraordinary value. STORM KING ! ! Extra heavy, fur collar and cuffs, at prices we will defy COMPETITION. Extra he...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 17 October 1889

ft.",' i . T-.-( f t t ' '' ft m fiViio vn w THOMAS COUNTY OAT JOSEPH A. CiLL, Editor. COLBY. KANSAS A VAIN SACRIFICE. A trite, at length, old Blimber took, And, very oddly, wed his cook. Blimber was quite an epicure, JJaught but the best .vould be endure; And having wealth, could well afford To give carte blanche to spread his board To Kate, the cleverest in her line. Ah! 'twas a treat with him to dine! And Kate had been for j ears with him, And knew his palate's every wlnm. One day she said: "I really grieve To tell you, sir, that I must leave," "Leave me? "Why why this must not be I Just think how long you've been with me. 'But in a month," Kate sljly said, "I marry to your coachman, Ned; And, with our savings, laid away, "We're going to open a cafe." . Old Blimber, with a smothered swear, Doubled her wages then and there; . But she was firm to be a wife She'd not be single all her life! Inspired bv stomach, not by heart, A thought struck Blimber: "Let's not parti In dinners none...

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. — 17 October 1889

EiLui- i' 7 "V - zy" ' I. - - "? , ' TK, T .-5?N M .THOMAS COUNTY OAT JOSEPH A. C!LL, Editor, COTJlV. - - - - - - tKAW FROM AFAR. . The wlrd is blowing, -The stars are glowing, .So are cbine eyes, my soreroign queen I Up in the heaven the moon is riding Abore the clouds she is gliding, gliding, 'Gazing at thee, I ween. THer light is passing, "The clouds arc massing, , The shadows reign supremo. Thy love eludes me. Thy glance deludes me, Mocking, with eyes that dream. ' Thou fair moon-maiden, Tly heart Is lad an, Xaden with longing, deep with fleepair. Thy strange alluring, Tiy soul immuring. Xeaves it a captive there. , The world doth claim thee; I do not blame thee; ,' Only the darkness is mine. It still contents me That naught prevents me, Afar, I may watch thee shine. ' The moon is out, and the earth is black, And the sun is quenched in its liery track, And the stars are drowned and my heart is dead, "The darkness reigns where the light hath fled, Tis the end of alL 'tis tho hand...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 17 October 1889

"pKJ-T S- -ry V '-?' ," - c Jjr3si L-j-an: t i.' ---- ,1 Vi 1 1 V i "- ' ' " "Tifi HI L' .. f. . w v. THE THOMASJODNTY CAT. OFFICIAL COUNTT AND CTTY PAPKB. IwmednonMPnWjMwOrt Colby, nnuNu citij .u .. C. E. Kalb, . . Editor aHdMnnager. Joskpii A. Gill, . . Associate Editor. FINAL PROOFS. All final proof notices must be paid for or payment arranged for in ad Tance. The charge for publication is 14.00. Parties having proof notices running in the paper should notify us at once in case of mistakes in notice. REPUBLICAN TICKET. For Judge 31th Judicial District. CHAULES W. SMITH. For County Treasurer. J. F. ROWLAND. Tor County Clerk, D.S.KAKNS. For Register of Deeds, JAMES C. PASSELL. For Sheriff, ALEX SHOWALTER. For County Surveyor, W. H.EATON. For Coroner, SCOT HARNER. For Commissioner District. W. L. THOMPSON. TOWNSHIPTICKET. For Trustee, V. M. IRWIN, For Treasurer, L. L. FRENCH. For Clerk, C. H. PLASTER. For Justice of the Peace. JAS.A.McKJLLIP. For Constables, C. B. DAKIN. W.M.DODDS, ...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 17 October 1889

attract a large ECTp,wdjmdJ,it Kdpubtlegg 1 tMkd dwn.qnj!ie sjdewaJk.Jtwi I otmatrhanavMdAndmw-r-. mJtL Cat Supplement. THURSDAY, OCT. 17, 1889. Sunday School Convention. Program For Randall township Sun day school convention to be held at Belle Prairie school house Nov. 3d 1889: Call toorder by President 10:30 a. m. Sony by Convention Gospel Hymna No. 62. Praier J. T. Bates. Song Belle Prairie Sunday School. Address C. Nahrung. Song Belle Prairie Sunday School. Adjourn for dinner. Call to order at 1:30 p. m. Song by Congregation Gospel Hymns 145. Address Kev. G. M. Glick. Souk Union Sunday School. r.-say Mrs. W. H. bmitb. Song Union Sustdny School. Address (duties of Sunday school superintend ents) Jas. Mason. K-say (Sunday cchool literature) Jas. M. Siewartson. Song Independant Sunday School. Address J. V. Potter. Talk to the children J. E. Carr. Sow; Independant Sunday School. Address W. II. Eaton. Song Pretty Prairie Sunday School. Essay Anna Bates. Song Pretty Prairie Sunday Sc...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
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