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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 25 March 1886

ssP BSK It'VWV la?!: . lifSCliS it. i'E- ij. . K if &v u r: tf in i' g it N i I- FOE OUR YOUNG EEADEES. DR. CARL. Little Carl thought he A doctor would bo; So, out in the hall. He made his first call On Ids pet, Molly, With her wax dolly. He wore a tall hat, His papa's cravat, Tied in a large bow. Three inches, or so; He had a book, too, Pill-boxes. a few. He feltr very frrund With cane in his hand. And glasses on nose. Upon his tiptoes (To make himself tall) He squeaked through the hall. Then he made a low bow. Saving: "Madame, just how Does our j oiidk child appear? The sweet, little dear." And in his small fist He took the doll's wrist: Said: "Pulse is agoing! That's bad 2 There's no knowing What next it will do; Don't let it come through!" Vie studied his book Shut it up, und then took Prom the mother, her child; He twisted and smiled; Said : "A great man am I, My dear, she won't die." Then he said: "1 must see Kow her tongue dearie, mol Just put her to bed. Her tongue is al...

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 March 1886

-ftffJ w n r -y-t C-V - Hi '??: .so W.VJ" . fcrfl EVS M ",; Rfr "ass?-? - Bk f Mi N Jj ' " j " " HI xt; v an.qi Notice No 4924. Ik U.S. Land Office Oberlin, Kans. I'' March 1. 1880. fr for un" VCkW -S 11- dated Sept?, 1855. -upon the nw or cuon Ir 1". township 7 sout li range . w est, i n I Jio nas 3R-' county, Kansas with a view totl V cfJ"cV. '"" ft 4.-t.i ..-. r.m,ti.r:iiit alleges that (leicno lablished aresidenceon saidlaudsiucem.ikiiv SThen3d parties are -'V-",? appear at this office on the whrt ft.Sl -ilJ.- in nnini.- m in. to respond and nn nisii IfcsO. 10 o'clock -niil alleged abandon- testimom concernin. A L Patchix, Kegi-ser. nient. Bertram & Doom Notice For Publication No. 120 :i. 'Land Office at ObcrlhKaus Knrico is herebv given that the following ,,mffirtJ?Kll5j notice of his .intention bW qr foo 10 town 7 south, range f-t. tt ...,. f,.IWinns Witness" TO pjl Notice For Publicution No 424S. Land Office at Oberlin, Kan- leb. 10. 1880. - ..- i,,,nOiv "iven that the fo...

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. — 1 April 1886

S5 BBSfcNP ; . 'ssC'fl COUNTy Thomas Cat. VOL. II. NO. j.. COLBY, THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, APRIL i, 18S6. $1.50 PER YEAR. "r; " - fail f M ItiL u ?.? Which Is it ? Joe? BiK or Charley I Echo answer:: Li-w or Eked P. f I keen. A Weighty flatter to be considered. LOOK WHAT THEY OFFER AT 77 "57 Wf 'JIT LdLiHilwo jye have a fresh stock bought, Jjjt Chicago prices and we shall sell . jjower than the lowest, Live and let live is our motto. Eivery class of e'nl merchandise, How m stock. $5 fresh, sweet and clean, Such as we can guarantee to you. We )ffer no other. sJow is your time to buy. Stop and see us. JARDiNE & HEED, Real Estate Agents, Land Locators, SCHOOL & DEEDED LANDS FOR SALE, Relinquishments on homesteads and timber claims a specialty. Locating done in Thomas, Sherman and Wal lace counties, also agents for the Celebrated Woodmanse Windmill. Correspondence solicited. First Poor north of Windsor House. COLBY. KANSAS. W. H. COPELAND, HEAL ESTATE AGT. CH0GL LAID! On...

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. — 1 April 1886

are r i" .WlPr rfWi mi fct '&$ ?" TSSm?yfi SWiC J 1H 1f & ITOE CUE YOUNG EEADEEa WANTED. Beys of spirit, boys of will, lioysol muscle, brain and power, Tit to cope with any thing: These arc wanted ever hour. Not the weak and whining drones, That, all trouble magnify Nbtihe watchword ot l can't." Hut the nobie one: " I'll try." J)o whate'er you havo to do With a true and earnest zeal; Bend your sinews to the tabk: Put your shoulder to the wheeL Though your duty may behard, Look not on it as an ill; If it be an honest ta-. Bo it with an honest wilL At the anvil, on the farm. W heresoever you may be. From your luturo eiforts, boys. Comes a nation's destiny. . Treasure Trove. THE STAR-FISH. The Curious Habits of This Most Interest ing Animal. No animal is more common on the sea-coast than the star-fish, and for this reason visitors to the sea-shore are very apt to pass it by, and search for the more attractive and rare sea-anemones. But, in doing this, they pass by one of the mo...

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. — 1 April 1886

xWW-RPpe? nr ' m:: e is FiN vr Ti . w&- fl2 3 " 9 I I'. k r ft 1 1 i II m KELIGrlOUS READESU A MORNING SONG. IFrom the German of Benjamin Schmolcko. Each new day demands new living; Swiftly glides hte's stream along, Ah! that God should grace be giving, Waking lire to Him a song, what would be my wretched lot. If He lost me from His thought.' Beautiful the light of morning: Father, let me kiss Thy hand: .Angels had from Thee tliis warning. Round my couch to take their stand. 3 have Hid me down and slept. Living. Thou hast ttill me kept. This new debt my soul discern'ng, Laj s herself an ouering here: Buck to Thee each morn returning, As salvation draws more near: Th s inv morning psalm shall be: "When i wake, I m still with Thee. Thou canst make the davpropitious Flowers around niy pathway bloom; Canst defeat all toes malicious. Give each better purj ose loom. If Thv spir.t in me reign. Live I not this day in vain. If rav bread with tears be eaten, i;le.-s Thou it beiore I break...

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. — 1 April 1886

vylfip m; If -V THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. Mr. Sparks Reversed The Secretary of the Interior has decided that Mr. Sparks was wrong in Ms construction of the law and has reversed him. As the matter now stands a homesteader can pay out or commute, and then take back a pre emption; he can also take a pre-emption and pay out and then take a homestead and also commute. This is as it should be, and is according to the practice of the land office before Mr. Sparks was called to fill the office. It sc'ins strange that when men are called to iill high positions, their very first act is to undertake to inaugcratc some new system or upset some old established decision, that custom and ace has made law. Com Gossip- Look out, Messrs. Saddler and Ells worth, Mr. Woodcock is watching you. or would if some one would get up a penny purse to get him some more spectacles. Perhaps it would be better to get a chain to hold them to him, for he will lose them if they are not extra tight...

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. — 1 April 1886

m sir I; 1:1 ft rm .Ti ffMsSPspffi"' iBte8: F'TSSS&SSaCj-- a f 3rT -SS-"5 " W m THOMAS COUNTY CAT.! toril Ist. g"7 -A'lonrtit ij cm elan s. ; Plows at Bean Bros'. . -Groceries :it DontltinV. Harrow.- at Bean Bros'. Dry gyoils :it Donelan's. Cultivators at Bcnn Bros'. Millet ceecl at I. II. Bullers. Jardine & Reed, land agents. The Cat office for job -work. Garden seeds at Bean Bros'. W. II. Copelaml is at Oberlin. Boots and shoes at Donelan's. Plenty of coal at the road again . The daily mail dates from to-day. Periodicals at "Walker & Yousse's. A fclight touch of -winter last -week. Seed Corn at J. V'. Allen & Sons'. Boots and shoe at M Donelan's 3L T. Rowland is heic from Iowa. Seed Millet at J. "W. Allen & Sons'. The commissioners meet on the 12th. Cow for sale, inquire of W. P. Smith. Pamphlet novels at Walker & Yousse's. Moline Plows and Harrows at I. II. Bullers. All kinds of farm implements at Bean Bros'. Xo'.ke the new adv. of J. W. Allen & Sons. ...

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. — 1 April 1886

lHB!HSV"raK7L7TV -JTTlt Ti n:$te3 f?f-?v ni?. T-:-t,5rV'j3Ew.t'sAAian '3..r...'rtr: A- V --ric -T -a. 0 J V ?" - v ' W i -. JTJ- 'At :"5ar ' sv: ? L tH-"--0Ti" fVTvrT i "-2v .. .-Vr i-assfM VV . -.-. Ai rs" '1 w ir.HS.s,-tf?gpeFS fKa&Tfi&F i V ' - nr 1 1 fi ' THOMAS COUNTY OAT. 3E. P. WORCESTER ft CO.,PuMl3liera COLBY. KANSAS SUCH A WIFE. Each ft -wife as Willie has! Such a bonny, lovinj? wifcl She is like a bit of sunshine, xn the rainy days of life. Ersv still her clever lingers, And bhe's never cross or slUy, It were well if every husband Only had a wife like Willie. Oh." safd Charlie, with decision, " Willie's wile is very well; But she's out of all comparing. With ray own dear darling- NolL When I'm happy, she's so happy, When 1 m sad. she's full of care, And I'm sure m all the village,. 1 here is not a wife so fair." Thereyourowronj?."said Farmer Caroy, " And it's I that ought to know, Fori married ray sweetMnry More than twenty years airo. She wiiB counted then 'The B...

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. — 1 April 1886

svv' h. 4,v xtsn r jyT.:?v3Bia ry-wcc,-?,. 2 ,.ia&sfccwx tv -Ti x- -:" j "- " r ' ! "- & j -3: z- "tA';'i. t- r-, ' - - . .. ' r - '" i ft 5-W 2?WX - yms.mr&g&i. "& W? 5JtX Ss- - 'f w. I Ift a, V I" r. i,r, , a t- u i'ih - J IF THOMAS COUNTY OAT. - t X. P. WOBCSSTEB ft CO.. Publisher COLBY. - - - KANSAS. A WOMAN'S ORS. " Men work from morn till set of sun.' do. u But a woman's work Is never done.' true. They Quite For M-hen one task she's finished, some things found JLwalUag a beginning:, all year round. Whether it be To draw thu tea. Or bake the bread, Or make the bed. Or ply the broom. Or dust the room. Or floor to scrub, Or knives to rub, Or table set. Or meals to get, Or shelvci to scan. Or fruit to can. Or seeds to sow. Or plants to trrow, Or linens bleach. Or lessons teach, Or butter churu. Or jackets turn, Or polish gluts. Or plate or brass. Or clothes to mend, Or children tend, Or notes indite. Or stories write 3Jut I must stop, tor really if 1 should INn...

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. — 1 April 1886

SPilPK mwmm, , ,"? i W W - 7r)Wf-ww .?&&& i-i- j3 r J! Notice No. 4715. U. S. Land Office, Obcrlin, Kan., February 24,1880. Complaint having been entered atthis office liy Jefferson Head against C. F. Wright for abandoning his homestead en tryK o 2S20, dated April 10, 1885, upon the iw qr section 6, town 8 south, range a? west, in Thomas county, Kansas, with a view to the cancellation of said entry; contestant alleges that there is no house on said land suflicient to live in. there is no plowing or breaking up on said land. . The said parties are hereby summoned to appear at this office on the 22ddny of April, 3886, at 10 o'clock a. in., to lespond and furnish testimony concerning said alleged abandon ment. A. L. Patcuin, Register. JLB. Lcs'senger. 2-5ml8 Notice No. 4878. U. S. Land Office, Obcrlin, Kan.. .March 11, 1SSC. Complaint having been entered at this office Jjy George "W. Brown against J E Harstine for abandoning hi homestead entry No 301". dat ed April 20 1885,...

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. — 8 April 1886

fl ar- -ifr J.fftS r?r3i'' ? ififcr." w t-i JWu PA Cat jfr . - VOL. II. NO. ;. COLBY, THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, APRIL S, 1SS6. $1.50 PER YEAR. ipiSS4?pp COUNTy m T IVV 1.1 111 Si m m p 1 1 B! r ! I iE& i- J H 14 Which is It? Joe? Bill or Oharley Eelio answers Llw or Fkkp P. Gkcex. EIhHDHHmHHHIIHRs A Weighty Matter to be considered. HEAR THIS ! LOOK WHAT THEY UFFKK AT J.W.ALLEN&SONS e have a fresh stock bought, pt Chicago prices and we shall sell Lower than the lowest, Live and let live is our motto. 51 very class of ge'nl merhandise, sJow in stock. - fresh, sweet and clean, guch as we can guarantee to you. Offer no other. fjow is your time to buy. Stop and see us. R f d, Land Locators, SCHOOL & DEEDED LANDS FOR SALE, Relinquishments on homesteads and timber claims a specialty. Locating done in Thomas, Sherman and Wal lace counties, also agents for the Celebrated Woodmanse Windmill. Correspondence solicited. First Door north of Windsor House. W. H. COPELAND, REAL E...

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. — 8 April 1886

ip i i ' i Hajngtrgjiwa,.ii jig?j.yyff-J.v;naj.ytj'vv."Axra--';,-:-rygKT,K a'-jte:vtyjwj!Sr.iga b.-&'a s---:'.K.i.j::2iew ,l igg-4 J&, -ja 1 MWMMB lffl FPWPIPJ lllil WW Ml W " i i M WW ' IMI'BlPMWI ""' I ' ' ' ' H " ""ffllHi I fr I 11 3t)B0UK YOUNG EEADEIfflJ& -" SS.hlSSS OH DEARI Katy at the -window, looking down. Wrinkles up her forehead in n frown. Saj-8, half-poutSnj:: l would like to bo The little jnrl there in the e treot I see! She doesn't have to stud." hours and hours -Awar lrom all the binls und bee? ami ilowers: She wears her oldest dresse3 every dav. -And when she wains to cm ffooutandplay; She never has to sit still -n a chir. So that she will not tuiiib:c up ner halrl Oh dear'" "Kitty on the sidewalk, pa-njr by. Glances up and gives a little sifiii. Thinks, bu'f-sadly: -1 w..-!i was there .Siltm-riii that nice. foft-cu-'hloiie.l camr. Ain't her curls real pretty hum her dres? Jitic doesn't wear old i.itc.:eJ up oaes, I pi: ess. -And. -.he has all the lire-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. — 8 April 1886

M?A tfi rr i II II: . if t i M ; " i. 1) h li ' lr li I j i I lit - I J' i rfl m ? ? ra,v 3H . BEHGIOUS EEADIN& WHAT IS TRUTH? Tx! "What is Truth?" mid pomp of spears. The haughty Roman saW. The question lingers down the years 'ilid broken vows, 'mid douuts'and fears. As if all truth were lied. And Science hath no answer found, Nor light in hermit's cell. The wavcless air gives forth no 6ound. And stars in silent depths profound Nor speech nor language toll. 01 "What is Truth?" sneak, Lord, once more, Let Thy dUciples hear. Speak Thou as in the days of yore, Thou in the ship, we on the shore, For Thou art always near. Xo! This is Truth! Put guile away And be what thou dost hecm. Thy Lord i faithful. Him oley. Itemember that "I am the way," And all thy time redeem. S. Cowell. inJT. T. Obterver. mam International Sunday-School Lessons. SECOND QUAHTKU. Apr.l 4 The Word made Flesh. .John 1:1-18 April 11 The First D sciples John 1:3551 April 18 The First Miracle John 2:1-11 April 25 ...

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. — 8 April 1886

JK rz&Vtftizw- 'yv" !OSiC,vrA' "i?t,. iCS '0 tl THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. Land "again. patents are being issued Cattle are dying of starvation the Cherokee nation. Secretary Manning, who has been seriously ill, is improving. The Jacksonian succeeds the Sod House at Cimarron, Kansas. Forty-five car loads of goods were shipped to Oberlin last month. Kansas City elected a Democratic council and a Republican imvyor and auditor last Tuesday. The timber culture and pre-emption acts have not been repealed with even chances that they will not be. A very severe storm is reported along the Atlantic coast, while the southern States have suffered from floods. A vein of coal live feet in thickness has been discovered in Cheyenne county, 2G0 feet below the surface A number of shafts are being put down. The present season will finish up the balance of the government land in Kansas. Those wanting cheap farms and homes should come west litis season. The more that Dr. Phillip ...

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. — 8 April 1886

II.. UULWI fcj'tfMSfrf.; iay&asasaggffis 'X-ri-., -Jti5Tn i-- x.t : '-Kj-r.jw.-jst'si TrmmmrnttvgmwgmMmuMm',. ikumumiHHH Lafe?, I 1 - . fi'U K&r. Kit ft L i if l . 2? h; H THOMAS COUNTY CAT. S April showers. Flour at Donelan's. Plows at Bean Bros'. Groceries at Donelan's. Harrows at Bean Bros'. Dry goods at Donelan's. Cultivators at Bean Bros'. Millet seed at I. H. Bullers'. .Tardine & Reed, land agents. The Cat office for joh work. Garden seeds at Bean Bros'. Boots and shoes at Donelan's. Plenty of coal at the 3ards now. Color printing done at this office. Periodicals at "Walker & Yousse's. Seed Corn at J. AY. Allen ifc Sons'. Boots and shoes at 31 Donelan's Give us a call at Paris Restaurant. TV. G. Porter has gone to Topeka. Seed Millet at J. "SV. Allen & Sons'. Commissioners meet next 3Ior.d:i3'. The building hoom lias commenced. Cow for sale, inquire of "W.R. Smith. A irood lunch at the Paris Restaurant. Pocket compares at Palace Pros Store. A church buildin...

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. — 8 April 1886

tv!ftiBcsfrfw.-tf3 -.... J'JB'V -sa MMMWBwJjMjyB' isf-, j't SSSg! assssBSssw!?1 "t l :'v?fiS p-i W37eX'5'sjWf 'SXW ' . " " " v , v va ls-;'Av rjsr Ik THOMAS COUNTY GAT. E. P. WORCESTER . CO., Publinfcers. COLBY, KANSAS "CUT, CUT BEHIND I" Ylien shnoiv und ice vas on dcr ground, Uud merry bhleljrh-bells fell nl-: Vhen Shack Troit ho vas peennround. Ond mal.cs m oidt care tmplo J hoar Uliosc rou'sh ;?.un ns say: Lot shoy pc uucontiued!' liud dhen dncy jjo forefrv shlelgb, Und jell: "Cut, cuti-ehind! It mnkes mc shust feel roimjr some more, lo hear dhose iouiiKctcr3 ell. Und eef 1 d.m d vsu- elitill' und "nre, I'y Philips! 1 shust vould i II, Vhen conio nldt puns vas cuoinm' py, I d n. I'd leel inclined To i-htiuip ribdt in uLoii dcr shly, , Lud 6liout: "Cut, cut peliind!" I ra'nd me vot m:ne fader said Vouce, vhen I vua poy, 51 t me schief ulvats m m no head, Vnd fool olf life und ghoy: ' Now, Huus, keep oil dcr slileigbs," says be, " Or else shnst bear 111 mind, I daso jou r;pbdt acr...

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. — 8 April 1886

wwspp t2iLMKmmH3a gggg&aK m- sss- EWPWKHUiJ a 1 IK I; F I.-. VK- V W ' I- i',3 11 l& r E2mypOT8oii"wlio takes the papor reg--nlarly from the post-office, whether directed "to his name or whether he is a subscriber or not is responsible for the pay. The courts have decided that refusing: to take newspapers from the post-office, or re Tnoving and leaving: them uncalled for, is prima facie evidence of intentional i-raud. THE EDITOR'S GIRL. Spoken at the Banquet of the Delta Tau Delta Fraternity. BY nEnUEKT W. COM.INGWOOD. Tou know the old fellow who, long ng-o said. After painfull)- thinking and rubbing his head, That with one simple lever he'd make the world jump Prom its place into space with a terrible thump If he had but a lotr and a good place to stand, .He could move the whole world by one touch of his Imud. The old lellow's lever was easily found. But the log and the place to stand never came round: And the people laughed loud at the dreaming old man. J.'hey culled lumu ...

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. — 8 April 1886

&. m Vi. - tip su They are-Welcome. The Times is pleased to note the fact that a heavy immigration is now pouring into Kansas. From the three hundred exchanges that come to our table weekly, we gather this informa tion. .Every section is receiving an enterprising class of people who come to Kaasas to build homes and become citizens of this favored common wealth. The new counties of last year will be the old counties of next year, as the indications point to an extension westward of the settled region many miles, and the peoplengof a section of the state which heretofore has been thought devoid of any inducements to attract attention. The most cheering feature of the present immigration is the sturdy character of the people who bring -with them large numbers of fine bred horses and cattle. Indiana, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Illi nois and Michigan, are sending out colonies composed of their most stable farmers, their sons and daughters, to seek homes in "Sunny Kansas," and to 'build up ...

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. — 15 April 1886

w'd.Tr , M ' i p BP WF- ?3S t. ,,' ,T2 -tsitr COUNTy Cat i ... v- i W )MA 1 , -" :! fT I r . V Z?fr& VOL. II. NO. 6. COLBY, THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1886. $1.50 PER YEAR. tnsia-Hcsu9Kcsr3ri gSff,! jh KaMut i ivvs est I H I 1 JLjLv Q ID. UM ) Lfc t tv f A. s iV v lu ? -t h f r r IXfT ri mn fir mi fir COUNTY DIRECTORY. lerk .TaiiM. X. Fike, Treasurer X. D. Ue.iu. Hejri-terof Deeds John V". Irwin. Supeiintemlent I'nblie Iiis't W. W. Walker. Iteprc-untatAe W. H. Copt hind. -Attorncv W. G. Pnrtci. Shcntl W. H. Klngi-iy. Prolmte .Tudf-'O M. I,. I.ncev, C'erfcBi-bict Court i;. .!. I'.i:n. Sim ej 01 T. 1. f lnmbt-rfa. Coronti M. McGixcvy. ( Frank Tina roc, I M. W. Withum. I K. T. Heinii:;r. . Lhn. Commissioner: I. O. O. F. Suwlifdit Lodjre No.".l, meet i ejnilm ly c or Tuesday e cnins- t IJciii"" H.ill. al 7 o'clock p. m. Alhnembei or the 01 dcr are conl.allj United to attend. CHUItCH DIItnCTOUY Colby Union Sunday School meets eerj Sunday at 1U a. m. Preaehinjr at 11 a...

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. — 15 April 1886

stra 5iS?n i:?rx &sT T,g JV-Wi 'f$&s .rt'Sijf t tesjr iw3K -Sift YSi 1 a"r t-AWtiUV-)fr'n(WafJSSUSB94e'Su ' !-f7?? rj?lik'v!St;4'j L r-f- '7C rl''tr?rZ?''7.Wfr Kl ZrWJSmAK&tTMl ls3&' K- lr rOK CUE YOUNG RE ADEKS. THE SANDMAN. Now nfdcly nid nod. and iiiddy dee dee, O where cam tusit lostermp snndm.m bo? This babj's vyco uro bnxht as pins, heigh ho; Jfow u here is that sandman lingering so? O sandman, dear sandman, wherever you bo. Hasten, J pray, to this boy on my knee! Perhaps lip's at Kork far across the deep. A-gettinjr Uie little Jap boys to sleep: Or tripping on thronjrii tin Kskiuimuux town. To fasten tome winking eyelash down; But sandman, dear sandman, what shall wo do To still this young tyrant's shout of: "Goo, goo?" The bee is nleep in the crimson rose, And niddy nid nod tiie poppy's head goes: The ellow. clucks bleep ueath the old hen's breast. But here is my bird still out of his nest; So sandman, dear sandman., o'er land and o'er sea. Haste, fpnnkle you...

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