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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 31 December 1885

ttr--&$QS&Cauc wmwWWW: r-P' f-s. r K"?. L -r II W. I fflM l Uv It-- M )r - " 'j - K&- r If THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT; CHURCH DIBECTOKY Colby Union Sunday School meet every Sunday tit 10 a. m. Pretieliinfr at 11 a. m. Sinjpn. at 7:30 p. m. Preaclnnjr at 8 i m. Services holcTiu Mr. Bean's Hall. All are Invited. "Whosoever will lnaycomo." E. A. CKOUSE, Pastor. Local news scarce. Sails at N. D. Bean's. Hardware at N. D. Bean's. The (lavs' are getting longer. Cross walks are needed badly. Wagon stock at X. D. Bean's. Taao social hops in town to-night Fresh canned goods at Donelan's. First day of the new year to-morrow. All kinds of nails at L II. Bul lers'. Ferd Dunlap has returned from Jowa. Nails, locks', hinges, etc. at I. II. Bullcrs'. -7-J. W. Ilutf has returned from Downs. Goodsoe loans money on chattel security. Couut3' commissioners meet n?xt Monday. '-Expert" cooking stoves at I. H. Bullcrs'. 31. Donelan has been invoicing this week. Legal papers of all kinds kept at the...

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. — 31 December 1885

sir 1- . H !1 i tt f EELIGIOUS BEADING. THE FIRST CHRISTMAS. Out iii me fields near Bethlehem, By night the Jewish shepherd Watched o'er his Hock. lest upon them Might lion come, or leopard. There came no beast, but in the east, Amid the starlight slender, All in surprise he saw arise -- A stur of radiant splendor. It could not be the evening star. That in the west was blazing; This in the east o'er Jordan far Shone with a light amazing. Their eyes to oft had seen aloft Each llaiiie-cltiil heavenly ranger. That each they knew by tokea true, But no one knew this stranger. nd while they looked with bated breath. And at the mairel wondered. And were it sign of life or death With growing terror pondered, Lo, suddenly, there seemed to be A door set open o'er them. And robed in white an angel bright Came down, and stood before them. ' Fear not, behold I bring," said he, Good news of greatest wonder To iou, and people all that bo This heaven of glory under. For word 1 bring that Christ you...

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. — 31 December 1885

mmitwS .MlR. i. V w s.iS'Ti ? fZ v3 r ? ? V4i i WP m ma w it air r a ffi 1& .FOB OUB YOUNG EEADEES. HE KNOWS. "Tie just as true That what x ou lo Old Santa Cluus He knows: beciuse He knew about My running- out To slide, that night It whs not riffht. Mamma said No; but I forgot. And In the morning- oh! g-uess what! My stockings were as thin and straight As when I hung them by the grate. I looVed Inside And. how I ened! I found a whip. And on u slip Of p:tper, this: My little Miss You should obey Mamma altvay: But If you're tempted j ct again I truly hope j ou will refrain Or pause, my little maid oh! paus. And think upon Old Santa Ciaus. And then' P. S. My little Hess. Now put our hand Ueliind the stand. And when 1 did I found there, hid, Mv nicest pair Of stockings, where He'd filled them full. Oh! dear! Such fual All knots and bob- and overrun . With everr kind of lovely thiug. I was so if lad I had to sing. " And in the too I found. you know, Another note Old Santa-wrote; The ...

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. — 31 December 1885

t-J -??, g" '-Wgb..' ---- PPBWfFsW SKSwC-Ai :e?T S.lSMsS' &4 v . ?$ "fV" S?P-3l' iJ'.f w tjt-C - vs Notice No 41 5G U S Land office, oberlln. Kansas Oet 13. IsK.1 Notice 1 - r Publication No 404C Land Office at Oberlln. Kans.. -Dec.8. lSST. Notice Is hereby given that tho foliowiiiir- Alias Notice No 4048 U. S. Land Office. Oberlin, Kans. Nov. 19, l!"K. Complaint having been entered at this of NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION ; Land Office at Oberlin, LUMBER Dee; i Notice Is bercbv given that the?f Complaint having- been entered at this named .settler has filed notice of his Jte; to make tlnnl proof in support of ale I rained settler has filed notice of his intention fice bv Larkin J. Fletcher against 1. N. Drake claim ana mat saia prooi win be inaac Dexen- 1.. ms A Dates, rD. 11 a . fffilpf 'acassss-sssEis - Cr -i -,; -v i r VtVVvr SSISa -vr 57SS,T&53faji3T yf 1 nffiwhr Hnftic TVmtlilf ot... li. v A r.rhVn.innin.; final prooi in .-import of bis datcebApl 8, Ks8.-5.ubon tbeeS wh w; so...

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. — 7 January 1886

pnP s- -ii ?-" vs1 wv 3 --. - Cat ,7,iSv ,y-1 ,,.-- ?& VOL. I. NO. 44. COLBY, THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 1SS6. $1.50 PER YEAR. COUNTy Thomas i fe- BUSINESS CARDS. X. 11. TOHPUN. W. F. SAOK'l. E. A. Ilu.r. CiuOiicr. Thomas County Bank. To.MUUN & S.VGKU, IVopS. T)-o- 11 jretii'i-.U li.uil..i!i:? l)iiinc-a. loans uione, viit- iiisuiancc. m-Us rmtrrn ex-t-lmns?i-. Collection-, nionijuly atu-sulMl to. RAWLINS COUNTY BANK. R. A. HENDRICKS. Notiiitcs lo-.irs on ie:ii -Ut In Thtmas. ltttwiin- anil I'lujfiiw coimtic. fjtf'T.n-.j-ti'iui- ami quick returns. "llSSENGFl Sc jaccar. Law, Loan and Land OFFICE. Ml kinil- of 1t1 l-i-i"'c tnin-actotl. TVed v,l mill -ci-ool Ju.mW lor ul. Mono to li.a-i in rti:!to suit the bonowcr. Cotri'sjo-Uc.it' solicited. Offic- opiOUo t'o:ninicml Hotel. COLUV. THOMAS nlNTV, KANSAS. MASTKKS & ALLIXU. Liver? and Feed Stable Opjio-iU- Cisy Hotel. 7.. T. 1JE5T0N, -t Hoiisc,Qirriagc and SignTaijiter Co:.in. Kan vs. J .S01IX A. WALK Hit. iliv...

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. — 7 January 1886

9W"3rgraBiw5sdK3s?'SHBsr J 3. -f-" - bflf ,? ' yJ 5E TOE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. WOECKrfl ER & GASEY, Editors. Taking Claims. In the midst of the clamor and I , .... . ,i. , .,.f- -nf I tuiuer raibeu willhu lu i.--... l.v , years regarding fraudulent entries of ; public 'lands, there is a vast amount of nsseition, based on windy reports from ir-e-,ponsibleaud ignorant agents, sent out by the department to do work for which they were incompetent in a way which had all the appearance of "blackmail and bottomless dishonesty. There are frauds in the taking of pub lic lands, but'they are the exception and not the rule. It is claimed at the Ueneral Land Oflke that the mass of the entries in the northwest are fraud ulent. Speaking for Kawlins county, we know that this .statement is false. The mass of the entries made in this county are by bona fide settlers, with the intent to comply with the foims jmd provisions of law in making each for himself a home. There are conflicting of opinions i....

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. — 7 January 1886

xS'- 73&l&&P?KFtt jr&B&&mi&.Mmu& jvpu f " W -, - w-- C -- w - " r -S iri r ? i; 18 IV & mp. 'M I. 13- .18 t' $'" k. lift I !. K . THE THOMAS COUNTS CAT. CHUBCU PinEcroitr (kdhy Union Sunday School meotc overy Sunday at 10 a. m. Prosichinje at ILa. si. SiiiKiiifc at 7:30 i. m. VroMclniiff at S.p. y. Services hpld'in Mr. Bean's Hull. All uro mwicu. "wtosceveiMvill mnv-come." E. A. CHOUSE, ra-tor. Ed Paine kissed the bride. Fresh canned goods at Donekm's. All kinds of nails at I. II. Bul lera'. S. 0. minis' sister is here from Iowa. XaiLs, locks, hinges, etc. ac I. U. JJullcra'. What has become of the literary sciet'? Attond the sociable "Wednesday evening. j ius money on chattel V,i U1J fcj . "H Dan Bowers is clerking for JJ. Ponelan. J. -W. AU?n & Sons are invoicing This week. - "Wonder if the county property is insured? Cooking and heating stoves at T. H. Pullers'. Legal papers of all kinds kept at the post oiiice. If you want candies or nuts ...

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. — 7 January 1886

MSS9PJP" Clothing at your own prices till January iotn, at tne via KeliaDie store oi ivi. Donelan, on the Corner. Look in and see. 'g n t .1 i i -vit t i i i ri.T -vsv - i . - tw m -z m !-!. & vm THE THAW 0 ' PAI1NTY P IT anc Pumk"is arc -n good-demand ts Illfi illUjliiJ lUUlMI VAl.winter for barns and h0uses VoA WORCESTER & CASE!", JtolTOKS. ll During the last eight years, ending .rune 30, the United States has sent abroad 1.1 00,000,000 bushels of wheat J j The greatest amount ever exported in ta srnirle season w.is jou.&.si.i- bushels.- i I ! pods arc used as ferry boats on the Arkansas river, and onion seed aie much sought after for walling wells and. terrace work. Rye straw, prop erly connected, makes superior pipe for drainage, and the husk of the berry when provided with rockers, make unique baby cradles. North of Cooledge are several lakes of strained honey and we often have showers of rose .U Robert Toornlw. th" great Georgia fire-eater."' who lias been m poor t...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 14 January 1886

VOL. I. NO. 45. COLBY, THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY $1.50 PER YEAR. tut fse r BUSINESS CARDS. M. H. TosinuN'. W. P. S-vqek. II. A. II.11.X. Cashier. Thomas County Bank. Tomelix & Sagee. Props. Docs 11 general banking business, loans n.oiiev, write insuiance, selI-3 custern ex ch nsu. Collections proinptl;. uttomled to. Col'cy, STarLs. RAWLINS - COUNTY - BANK. R. A. HENDRICKS. .TTWOOID, - - KIEL'S. Ifwrotiates loans on real estate in Thomas, Hamlin- and Chcjcr.nu counties. CjT"Eafc terms and iuic' returns. MASTERS & ALLING, Livery and Feed Stable Opposite City Hotel. Z. D. I5ENT0N, HoaseXarriage and Sip Painter Colby, Kansas. JO FIN A. VALKEK, Livery & Feed Stable Goo d rigs and plenty of i Stabling and Feed. ZiI-2SrSuS. Bimker Jllll Roller Mills! liKALC &FllAEINS, Props. Capacity 200 Barrels per Day. Onowf the most complete roller wills in the Statu. BUXJOilt HILL, KANSAS City Meat Market ! T. P. PEEK AN. Fresh and cured meats for Sale at all Tiuies. Cowi...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 14 January 1886

BEUGIOUS BEADING. A NEW YEAR. 2 know cot what tho year may bring-, Nor know I what the year may lalto, But take or bring whate'er it may, I know tbat there can come no day In which I may not trust aud smg: " The Lord, my soul, will not forsake." Eis promise stands forever sure; 'Mid changing scenes unchanging-, Ho; "Whatever el&c may pass away, TJpou His woid my liiit'u I'll stay, Bis mercy must for aj o endure. And that is joy enough for me. Should care be mine or loss of health. Or poverty, or loss of friends, SInee the dear Lord of all is mine. My soul shall ne er more icpme: For hnppiuctt comes not of wuiilth. Nor joy ou earthly eoui.ee depends. Witli God's foitfivcneos for the past. And with His KraK:ror diivs in Store. Tliouj-li blunt or long tliosu dais imy Ls, s The luturc hath no tlied lor me; He will le wiln me to the lust. His, love he mine for eeimoie. Ccmc bane orbIe"ng. pood or ill. All ilium me un !cr His control; The boundlest iinivor-o llii fine, 1 none tin ks i...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 14 January 1886

: sv,' 111 m ft! If, Iff as ' r if m m fe- ? tr? tji SORT OF RECKLESS. Another Case of Waking: the Wrong: Pas senger on the Railroad. . He was the greenest old man you lever saw. He looked around the pas isenger coach in a wajr to prove that he :had never entered one before, and he 'sat down so softly, and seemed to be so afraid of damaging something, that (all the passengers smiled. By and by a young man went over and sat down beside him. This young .man might have been directed by filial affection, and he might not. "Which way, uncle?" he softly asked. "Me? Oh, I'm goin' to see niy darter Jin Connecticut." "Ever travel much?" "This is the first time I was ever on the keers. I've driv off seventeen jmiles with the oxen to see my other idarter, but oxen hain't no comparison to these keers." "I should say not. It takes lots of money to go to Connecticut and back' . Drefful lot, but I jist sold the farm, r ou know." "I presume you could change a one (hundred dollar bill for me." ; "Oh...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 14 January 1886

1 4 -?&"!& ? ?g "' w m - DRUGST DRUGSia -ift?' Ml - - - l. have been purelv accidental bad not Pt voting men in the county, and . , M'M & CQ., :l ASP?" f 1 i. i. m W fcKi & ilX Si CLOTHING At Auction PRICES. a My stock is entirely too large, and it must be closed out. Overcoats at one-half former prices. Forty per cent discount on everything in . the line of clothing. This sale will continue until The Last Hour of Jan uary. FRESH GROCERIES I always keep on hand the choicest groceries, canned goods, cigars and tobbacco, best brands of flour, including the famous OUEEN OF THE . WEST. I have no grand openings, but plain every day bargains to all alike. Thanking my friends for their liberal patro nage in the past, I solicit a continuation of the same THE PIONEER. M. DONELAN, Proprietor. It becomes our painful duty to send forth the news of fourth deaths by freezing in Thomas county during the past week. In such a storm it would have been purely accidental had not some be...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 14 January 1886

j "?yilv concede v. RC v I) I IP& r. "; - :3v HI '11 nfj H I! , d u? & If THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. CHURCH DIRECTOR?" Colby Union Sunday School meets eery Sunday at 10 a. m. Preaehing- at 11 a. m. Singing at 7:30 p. m. Preaching at ,p. jr. Services held In Mr. Bean's Hall. All are iavited. "Whosoever will may come." E. A. CKOUSE, Pastor. Trusses at Smith & Walker's. Fresh canned goods at Donelan's. All kinds of nails at I. H. Bul lers'. Lots of Jack rabbits on the prairies. Nails, locks, hinges, etc. at I. II. Bullsrs'. Goodsoe loans money on chattel security. Looking and heating stoves at I. H. Bullers'. Clothing at cost for ninty days at M. Donelan's. Fine line of cigars and tobacco at the post office. The Passell bovs have not vet .found their cattle. Pnmomhnr TWbm na, tl,n best brands of flour. Climax. Pour X and Queen of the west flour at Donelan's. ' . In other States the storm -nas as scv ere as in Kansas. Don't buy an overcoat until vou see Donelan's new stock. Reme...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 14 January 1886

gal."lPH! xHssF'r! i.VtT-? ;v? J&&fZmrZ? 5a2 ; .-s-VYnJIKL ' .. .SSt . 55 -. .-. "W-i - v .21 f--- 'f4 V V !.. -M' 3Fl" jr--Sfl -. 1 X THOMAS COUNTY OAT. E. P. WORCESTER & CO., Publishers - ' - OOTHV TvAvc,S """ NEW YEAR'S GREETING. The dyinp year Is overpast: , ,4 ,, Wrapped in winter's shroud it lies; 1 hear its requiem in the blast That bears its spirit to the sklesl Once again the muse awakens To the rhythmic march of time;, The future, rich In expectations, Crystallizes into rhyme ! The New Year lies before thee. Free from care; All Its days are pajres. White and fair. Write thou then with steady hand ' Thy record, for it aye shall stand When heaving seas and solid laud Shall chafe no more! The New Year opens up a vista, Vast and lonp. Teopled with hopes and fears. Many and stronp. Walk thou onward by Faith's slffht; Ask not, trave not. for a light, t Trusting- Him who knows no night, Till time is o'er! The New Year is a stream that flows Swift and deep. Between the...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 14 January 1886

& y w rl ;, IK I W m jFKHs WWMfWnW ,,, - ' K 1 COUNTY OAT. I'i ,5, , I is? $ iJr-fvrOMVXMTXM co ., nutiun S1 !E -. - i C0LBY KANSAS. A DOSE'T OF BLUES. r pot no patience with blues at all! And I ust to kindo tulic Apinst 'cm, and claim, 'tel along last fall, They were none in the fiunbly stock; Snt a nephew of mine, fiom Kelinoy, That visited us last j ear. Bo kuulo convinct lae different While he was a-staii' heie. Tnini ever'-vhich way tlint hlnes isfrum, They'd tackle liim ever wavs: They'd come to him in the niht, and come ni SuiHitiy-s, and lainy days: "Tiiey'd tackle him m the cornplautin' time, -And in iinnest, an" aiily tall. JJnt a rto.e't o blues in the winter-time He 'lowed was the worst of alii .Td all (licenses thpt ever he hid 'I lie mumps or the rheumatic T.r ivc oiuei-div ftifjsrcr s had I'uit uili asanytmn is! Lv a i- j"i)iii!"l(.'.srty, on the back of his IK'fU. Kr ii led in his thumb Tlni urn kcciiilic Idtie-t uwav from him, .i.l nil o" tue lcUeould come! j (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. — 14 January 1886

mf' p .trs i a-- - -t - "jke- whbihhwc'jh tjt v ,;?mmaLi.s&&rszz!t.' -vmx s& Jsafe it m -f THE' THOMAS COUNTY CAT. Worcester & casey, eimtoks. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. Commissioners' Proceedings. BEGULAR SESSION. Colby, Kan., Jan. 5, 1SH5. Commissioners met pursuant to adjourn ment (not being- able to reach the county seat on January 4th, owing to the inclemancy of the weather) in regular session. The follow ing were present: Frank Filigree, chairman. M WV.i.ii.tin, county commissioner, and Jas N Tike, county clerk. Minutes of last meeting were read and ap proved. Petition of T P Chambers for establishing a road described as follows: commencing nt the north Uie of town 0, range S3 west, between sections 4 undo, thence running south on sec tion hn e to the northeast corner of section 17, town 7 south, range 33 west, ltoad to be sixty feet wile. Also petition ot W H Archer for load described uslollows: commencing at the not th hue of town 6 south, range 3j wo-st, be twee...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 21 January 1886

NO. 46. COLBY, THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1886. 1.50 PER YEAR. Ill vvs ft vo. fc i.y w, THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. ciiUHcn DiuncTORr golby Union SunJay School meets Sundny at 10 . m. Preaclunjr at 11 a. m. glnt'inj. at 7:30 I', si. Preiicljnis' at b . ;t. Service held m ?Ir. Ilcan's Hall. invited. "Whosou'ver wjjl mavcorrc.' All are i:. A. CKOUSE, Pastor. !. O. O. F. Cualijtht Lo lure Xo. 273, meet regularly every - .Tuesday evening at llcun's II.ill. at 7 o'clock p.m. AUino'iiberaof thoorderare cordially lavited to attend. GO'JHTY DIRECTORY. ' 1t Jsi'nos X. Fike, Treamer X D. Iieun. Iieju-ter of Deeds Joan W. Irwin. SuperirU'iiileiit Public lut, t W. W. Walker. Kepn-ciitativc W. II. t'opeland. Atton W. G. Poiter. Shcnfl V.'. H. Klngery. Probate .liulire M. L.'l.accv, Clerk District Com t 15. .1. Paine. Survcjor T. P. Chambers. Coronir M. McGieevy. ( Pnitik Pinreo, Ch'n. Commissioners J. M. W. '.Vitliain. K.T. llcmin-'. OXE FOURTH. Our paper for the past four weeks has...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 21 January 1886

?j mM"MPm rvs?n, V?? $&& - tt r i' Bi i t t WE. THOMAS COUNTY CAT. WORCESTER & CASEY, Editors. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. Galveston buy was frozen over last weei. The Kansas legislature met at To peka Tuesdii. J0V1 Sherman has been re-elected Senator from Ohio. Secretary "Bayard's daughter died at Washington lastweek. The Oberlin postoilice has been made a presidential office. The tberinoineter indicated 11 de grees below zero in the late storm. Tully Scott has been confirmed as "ceiver of the, land office at Oberlin. Three men -were frozen to death jia CLw enne county in the late storm. Navigation in the James river, Vir .giiii has been stopped on account of the ice. John Itoachs, ship "Dolphin" ia to Jbe finally accepted by Secretary "Wnitnev. The Kansas State penitentiary, for the six months lai past has earned $27,111.85 over and rtbove expendi 'Sures. Over $47,000 -worth of coal has been mined by the convicts of Uie .State penitentiary, in the past six months. Twelve th...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 28 January 1886

? " cOUNTy $? . p $' IS Cat HOMAS M rS ip: r$ 1 1 T i-4 VOL. I. NO. 47. COLBY, THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, 1886. 1.50 PER YEAR.. u -i Ul Jill. ve. sr r n w rB9BS9aflBjL92 ! Wfj THE Tri SK- S a CTIU2CJ7 DIESCTORT Cmiby TJnioa Susdar School meeU rresr Prea inn tt 11 . f jttnjrlDh &t 7.30 1 is Preachin? at S,r. k Servicag held in Mr. Bein'i Hp.I1. All ara JferiteU "WbosceTer will zs.a.7 come " E A. CHOUS?., Faator. CAT. I J- J Real Estate Agents, i. C? ?.. . llht Lodge No. i73, meets regularly every Tuesday eom .u at Dean h Hull, al 7 o'clock . Allmenoer-. of t lie order are cordially InTited to attend COUNTY DIRECTORY. fclerir Jarrf 3"reaurer N I) Mag r!k. liean. sifter of '"teds John W. Irwin ftuDerlntondent Public Ins t W. W. Walker. Jjanr"" ' W If. Copcland. Attorney W. G. Porter. Sheriff W. H. Kinjjtry. Probate JtidRGM. L Laoey, Slerk District Co art E J. Paine, imeyor T. P. Ctiatnbera Voroner M. MoGreevy. ( Frank Pingree, Ch'n. CesomiHSlouers - H. W. Wlthtim....

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 28 January 1886

KSSMMmmmiWmkms fnrfWWWt mmMWfWfmi m wm s wmmw?W 1 ? " -' - -!r Jix4 :ji 18 il5 v lEIdigJQUSEADiya HIS JUSTICE. 1 John, i: 9. .ffot a linrd Master did I deem my Lord. -If at just, since He bad plodged his royal word. -And written in the changeless rolls ou high; The soul that sinneth, it ahull surely die;" "So when iu dreams I heard the solemn call Summon invspuit to the judgment hull, Uremitliiuf, 1 eried; "In this my utmost need 1111 with His justice let His mercy plead.?' 3Of to the door, with irrcet'mg hands, there came -One with a welcome, in inv Lord's dear name. -jras)iiip her srarmcnfs hem, J poured my plea: ""OienderIiyJJitujgwijiejivithjthee!" Justice must smite:" but, with a radiant look, -r ,. SSie ihowftil the pases or thejudfmient-book; J hiu ills justice; hast thou never itcaid Jitl to fnni'Cc is written in His Woid.-" EirMu lluntitujUm 3itUeym N? T. Independ ent. - - CHURCH MANNERS. A Few Siis;e.-tloni an tb" How "We SHonld Deport Ourselves When In the Lord's Ifoue. 1...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
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