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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 15 April 1886

WtSSJBifa'.'r - Aajuax AiteMSsSStMi Hi:' L --"-v. S ;f?fei5wv $- -e-il - W,-;-.,. iMI 1?- yr-- i v--&j;a:c ' T" ? - -- . . - . v - ,-,'-t -- r - ic. i asf-S Bras- - J"5 , as. &. i-- i b? iVC Hi KELIGIOUS BEADING. DAILY BURDENS. Oh. hands that are wearr with toH'n?, Oh. ieo tint are butdencd with tears. Look on waul untl upward with imlicnco, And wait t. II the i'nster appears. For God Jb ap tender u- ever. He Klves you ttiose liurdens in love. Co bear them with cheerful endurance Till j ou reach the brijr lit city abov c. In that city po fair, which was buildcd liy the love of our Lord. Ioiik1 ajio, All the bright stones which pave the fair foot ways Were once borne as burdens below; From the pure sky ot Heaven all the shadows Wo feel on the earth are withdraw n, From the hind of the sumiirlit eternal All the dm liness lorever has gt)ue. Then lift up youres-cs with rejoicing, 'Jo the Suv our of lnllibie men. And with glad hearts and bright, beaming faces. Take up the day's b...

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. — 15 April 1886

Ek&r f Zl a 5feWw-rtif S -i..' t. wrr PTKK! S?X3 t. v ij-frt.?iMvJa!r,?LfjBe.a. -" -&J.. vts'jJiit, . . I j Z? tri---,"c' . Vw,' -w.?.-- -' - . "f-yvi-.i;. U-. i ) -. Vvrj- Ar7 y 1 4HE""MUMAS IWJUr.GAT. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. The strike has broken out anew. Four strikers ere killed by the ma litia, at East St. Louis, last Saturdaj-. CiuiaiTon, on the Santa Fe Rail road in Greelj county, has about 900 population. One year ago the town Tras inhabited by 50 persons. Congressman Hanback writes a friend in Norton count that he sees no prospect of a repeal of the pre emption and timber-culture laws. Oberlin Herald. The government postoffice depart ment will soon issue a stamped letter sheet and em elope combined. When read' for mailing it will resemble the style in use before envelopes were in vented. Smoky Hill Cattle Pool. The pool members had a meeting at Graintield last Monday. The fence enclosing the pool grounds ' -was ordeied to lie taken down as fast as possible. The oigan...

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. — 15 April 1886

.' im3- ICif , j -J.4 k k'l-j. M - Jig;" r. .1: a trA f r : sr Ml'-. Siiv lS?tt5 V t Hi IK ft i is; I ' ':X I tj(AmsiSvxi' i in '.! mmmm I. Oi&TIItt TIJAHftC TAUMTV iT ST'lIUi 1I1VMJL0 UHM1I ULI. Flour at Donelan's. Itye is looking well. Pumps at Meglemre's. Plows at Bean Bros. Plows at Meglemre's Groceries at Donelan's. Harrows at Bean Bros'. Buggies at Mcglenire's. :, Heavy Tain last Monday. ' Dry goods at Donelan's. The grass is getting green. Cultivators at Bean Bros'. Lou Cary is on the sick list. Court house Saturday night. Jardine & Reed, land agents. The Cat office for joh work. Garden beeds at Bean Bros'. Boots and shoes at Donelan's. Breaking plows .at Meglemre's. Pleasant spring weather again. Color printing done at this office. The price of land is on the boom. Boots and shoes at M Donelan's Periodicals at "Walker fc Yousse'. Seed Corn at J. W. Allen & Sons'. Give us a call at Paris Restaurant. Seed Millet at J. W. Alien & Sons' Olds' wagons at J. E. Megl...

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. — 15 April 1886

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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. — 15 April 1886

Si!t !- - "-" W &-"&. CTT5a (H r ': EI i s. K . t " b h r- h. & THOMAS COUNTY OAT. E. V. WORCESTER CO.,F-ili3fcerfc 'COLBY. KANSAS, A LAUGHING CHORUS. Oh. such a commotion under tho ground When March called: "Ho, there! ho!" Such sprcdin of rootlets far and wide, Such whispering to and fro! And "Are you ready?" tho Snow-drop asked; """Tls time to start, you know." " Alrroat. my dear." the Scilla replied; ' I'll follow ae soon as you go." Then, "Ha! ha! ha!" a chorus came Of lauxhter soft and low .From the millions of flowers under tho ground i'cs, miUtma beginning to grow. "ITl promise my bTossoms," the Crocus said, " When I hear the bluebirds sing." '" And straight thereafter," Narcissus cr.'ed: " My stiver and gold I'll bring;" ' And ere they aro dulled," nnother spoke, "The Hyacinth bells shall ring." .And the Violet only murmured: "I'm here," And sweet grew the air of spring. "Then "Ha! ha! ha!" a chorus came Crf laughter soft and low "From the Bullions of flowers un...

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. — 15 April 1886

ISjS ''. yv.;' " " " -tSJ A Mother's Thoughts Of a little son wbo died Juno 8th, 1&-5, Dear litTleSnmie arc you just over there. Dwelling with the ungels so pure and so fair, No more of sorrow and care do you know. Like your parents who dwell In the cold worm below. Oh Darling one. I feci that you are free. Tour sweet luring-face no more J shall see, But inv trust is in Jesus who dwells over there Ju that beautiful home where you know not a care. Oh wi.y did I weep when I saw you go home, For Jesus was with you he called you his own. I feel you are happy in Heaven above; There Jesus reigns in incrcy and love. T know I shall miss you in my home in the west. Hut oh, dearestSamie.you dwell with the blest. No more shall I meet you until life is ore. Then I trust 1 shall gieet you on Canaan sfair shore. Since you went away whom I once called my o"w'n, . , , . i . I feel a greater interest in Heaven s bright t iroiie. , I thought that without you I could never be content. But I know 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. — 22 April 1886

, 1 m ' i I I 1 VT A CM ' I8KUs -11 5-1-' A T 1 . ,SB-- -? ii x rxvivxxvkj sBj Vxi i f ,;.- ?fig j I VOL. II. NO. 7. COLBY, THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1886. ."" " $I.so PER yEAR. ' H 'I L ir SI. 251 m m j m v $ 1 C J I!! im m j is It 1 ijl? COUNTY DIRECTORY. I llerk Jamrs N. Fike, Treasurer X. IX Bean. Jlegister o Deeds John W. Irwin. Superintendent Public Ins't W. W. Walker. itcprcsentatire W. H. Copeland. Attorney W. G. Porter. Sheriff W. H. Kinjjcry. Probate Judjire M. L. Lacey, Clerk District Court E. J. Paine. Surveyor T. P. Chambers. Coroner M. McGreevy. ( Frank Pinjrree, Ch'n. Commissioners M. W. Wltham. I K. T. Homing. I. O. O. F. Sunlight Lodge No.273, meets regularly every Tuesday evening at Bcan'b Hall, at 7 o'clock p.m. AUincmbcrsoC the order arc cordially invited to attend. CHUKCI1 DIRECTORY Colby Union Sunday School meets every Sunday at 10 A. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. Singing at 7:30 p. M. Preaching at ii.p. m. Sen-ices held In Mr. Bean's Hall. All arc ...

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. — 22 April 1886

MapwwnnMudnnHHHHnhHiHH--.-lr 'i THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. - poo.a. jfj,iWiftcr-i i',, OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. Dixon, of Russell county, ie the latest candidate for congress. Strikes all over the country still continue. The switchmen at Chicago arcnow out Several towns in Minnesota were destroyed by a cyclone last week. About forty people was killed. Simon Motz, of Ellis connty, and W. H. Pratt, of Phillips- countv, are soken of as possible candidates for congress. Hon. David Heron, of Jewell county seems to have quite a following in this district for congress. Mr. Heron is one of the best men in the district, and should he be nominated and elect ed , will be a credit to the district Obituary. Mrs. Wilson was born in Fulton county, Illinois, on the 14th day of Tebruary, 1854, being 32 years old) was married to Mr. Wilson on the 15th day of January, 1875. In 1881 they moved to Iowa, and fronT there to Thomas county the 27th day of Jul j, 1885," and located on their claim, the & w quar...

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. — 22 April 1886

ItowBof tfce im im TSli rnnnr " sa5a&ax&S2&!53!2&3&itt2S!&a -rii immed suits atNW. Allen I Mrs. Patton are sisters. r H.XXXV1' rxxxv e xxxiv R.XXXIH 3.xxxii n.xxxi !! r i " r zzzzlzzzzzzzOszllllzlli1j - 2h nr x n JJ-f i 1 ?h j 37 -t llTi i r"n-qH?H4- ittttH e S 03 ii:::::rwffT i I LLt-IL 1 1 J . g 3 CO 1st. john Qeferv-ft- ' rr' o U The Thomas Cat. Again we are forced to present our readers a half sheet of manilla. The local freights on the K. P. railwa' are so irregular and can hardly he de pended upon. Otterbourne Salt and Pepper. Thus far we have heen silent, but the livery Cat has aroused us to thought, and induced us to speak. Farmers are bus- preparing the ground for com and potatoes. The late rain has given the grass a good start. Cattle are begining to pick up. Mr. Archer is bus' sowing oats. Isaac Crumley has gone to Sher man county to do breaking for his friends. Chas. Hovey has proved up and taken his family to Colby. Mr. Rockwell has purchased a b...

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. — 22 April 1886

Hs ? I ' THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. m m H.T1 Bank of Colby. Flour at Donelan't,. Pumps at jtfeglemre's. Plows at Bean Bros. Plows at Meglemre's. Groceries at Donelan's. & Harrows at Bean Bros'. Ckicken-pox is in town. Buggies at Meglemre's. Dry goods at Dont'lan's. Cultivators at Bean Bros'. Janline & Reed, land agents. The Cat office for job work. Garden seeds at Bean Bros'. IIcav3 r.iin "Wednesday night. Boots and shoes at Donelan's. Breaking plows at Meglemre's. "W. W. Walker is on the sick list. Color printing done at this office. Boots and shoes at M. Donelan's Money to loan at Bank of Colbj. Periodicals at "Walker & Yousse's. Seed Corn at J. "W. Allen & Sons'. Mead on tap at Palace Drug Store. Give us a call at Paris Restaurant. Seed Millet at J. W. Allen & Sons'. Olds' wagons at J. E. Meglemre's. Lou Car- is still confined to his bed. "Wm. Peed is down with the measles. AVilllow baskets at Palace Drug Store. A good lunch at the Paris Restaurant. Pamphlet novel...

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. — 22 April 1886

I e -iGoodsoe loans money oncliattel security. . Remember that proofs can lc made before the Clerk of the District Court . ; Remember! "We arc headquarters for Dry Goods, Loots and shoes. J. "W. Auex & Sons. Town Lots. Tim lots in the additions to Colby are nowWtWmnrket. Call quick and get first choice. Couvr Towx Co. Milk! Milk! At last, "Ward & Son come to the front as dairymen, and hy the first of May will he prepared to abundantly supply Colby's long felt want. 150 bushels of good millet seed for sale at Bean Bros'. . Dissolution Notice. Tlic firm heretofore existing in Colby, Knn., by the :namc of Pingree & Cox has this day been dissolved by mutual consent. The linn continues undcrthe Ann name of Frank Pin gree. FlIANK PlXGItEF. L. W. COX. For Sale or Trade- A four j'ear old horse colt, all sound, weight about- 1,000 )ounds, also one nearly new LaBelle wagon. Wagon can he seen at Meglemre's implement house. Horse van he found at the farm E. C. Achen. Will sell lor c...

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. — 29 April 1886

?? Pprpr " - ; n lir" -r vj,'k - sMasespefS' ?s vo&:tvaw'S5S I T?h iS ' COUNTy V Thomas VOL. II. NO. 8. COLBY, THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 1886. $1.50 PER YEAR. I? ACKS. $500 ililf Tl LBfifi!' AT ! IBY OJflTI 55?lPHSfRiwKlsSWIiMHHffiHHB -tiMI r - jffl Cat. kH&ITM If I I 1 1 M I E N I& JLfp .-v - V' iJ" We hnvp rnr rf thp hcr Agency." Can furnrsh money V on final proof, lands already patented, town property, school L'avc your land in our hands COL'KTY DIRECTORY. Ti i-a-'M (.. v. I). il-'Jin. Kepiri'i of T)rel .lohn V. Irwin. Superintendent Public Iiis't Y. V. VTall:er. lit ncnt:u"-c W. II. CopeUnt. Attf rn V. O. I.ter. Pli-.:i w iJ. Kmic-.m. PioUUe.li nve-.". J.. lcev. Clerk l)j.tnc. on:: X. .T. P.ur'C. Purvcjor L P. CinmuVrs. Ccronti M. "le'Jieeiy. i'lsmk Piiifriec, Cln. Commissioner: -, M. V.'. Whlmn.. hi. rl Iteming. 2. C. O. F. Su t- bjr'it t odjro ' o. :27.'). meets ; e sulnrly cvei y Tucadnv c. -i: i :stJc iii'n Hull, ct 7 o'clock p. in. Allinciiiiiur...

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. — 29 April 1886

wiwmfwmlmWAm:W SS!H??V 5; jjw tvwii wISESff -is 5a. x tWwaHw., "" J" rvn r - - " THOMAS COUNTY CAT. E. P. WORCESTER & CO., Publishers COLBY. KANSAS. A SONG OF EASTER. EInpr, children, sing! it And the lily censers swing: Bing that life and Joy are waking And that Death no more is king. Bingthe happy, happy tumult of the slowly brightening spring; t lng, little children, sing! Sing, children, sing! Winter wild has taken wing. Fill the air with the sweet tidings till the frosty echoes ring! Along the caves the icicles no longer glitter ing cling; And the crocus in the garden lifts its bright face to thesun: And in the meadows softly the brooks begin to run: And the golden catkins swing in the warm airs of the spring: I Sing, little children, sing! Sing, little children, sin?! The lilies white you bring Inthejojous Easter morning, for hope arc blossoming; And as the eurth her shrowd of snow from off her breast doth lling, 0 may we cast her fetters off in God's eternal spring! Bwcet...

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. — 29 April 1886

MWOTWH '?: t, ' y.5 vrfL. ,"By fsbi I' s ff ,4 E.t 1, M' J 1 It 1&EHGI0US DEPARTMENT. THE SONG OF THE BELLS. i'.l eat last night at my -window As the solemn church-bells rang', .nd 1 listened with many a heart-throb 'o the musical souk they saug-. To the beautiful sighing and swelling; To the tales of life they were telling The story of Christ and His dwelling On earth for the glory of men. . And my heart was filled with the story Of Christ who for men had died: ..As 1 l.stcncd with faint heart swelling To the bells of the Easter-tide. And I w ondered if souls in their mad ness Could list to this story of gladness. And cast away pain and all sadness In the peace of tho Euster-tidc. 0 hearts that are weary of sinning. And hearts that are weary of lite! fTouid joii list to the bells and their music Your lives would be free from strife. Your souls with their peace would be thrilling, All the pain and the bitter grief stilling With the rupture and 1ov swift-tilling Of the musical Ea...

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. — 29 April 1886

- '"tf'i "A Mrf-fJ .&. " .- - fc v - afc-.Js tf-Ssi'' 4sr- 5 THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. A list of the twenty-four aldermen elected in New York in IBS! has been published. Fourteen are marked "arrested," two are marked "honest," two are marked "fled," one is "ia care of district attomcj-' one is "'out of city" and one has no "marks or brands risible."' Champion. U. S. vs. A. 31, Brenneman, at To peka, Kansas, a verdict of not guilty was rendered bj- the Judge and Jury without leaving the box. Thus another big land fraud has been shown up at an expense of several thousand dollara to the government Ludell Settler. Digging for coal has commenced in earnest near the town site. The Lin coln Land Company is supposed to be running the business, and has a pocket book that can settle the coal question on the Beaver with probabilities of thirteen to one in favor of success. Ludell Settler. A syndicate of eastern capitalists have bought the military reservation at fort Ha...

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. — 29 April 1886

?jr, '-. Eg." :jsi jy-r 5 II u- .if s 1- K. THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. .Bank (if Colby. -Flour at Donelan's. Central Drugstore. Corn planting time. Pumps at 3Ieglemre's. Plows at Bean BroV. j . PainLsat the Central. ' '8 -Plows at Meglenuc's Groceries ht Donelan's. Harrows at Bean Bros'. Buggies at Meglemre's. Dry goods at Donelan's. Cultivators at Bean Bros'. -Jardine & Itecd. land agents. The Cat ollice for job work. Garden seeds at Bean Bros. Boots and shoes at Donelan's. "Window glabs at the Central. Ghifcs, all si7.es, at the Central. Breaking plows at Meglemre's. Boots and shoes at 31 Donelan's Honey to loan at Bank of Colby. Periodicals at Walker & You.wj's. .Seed Corn at .1. "W. Allen fc Son. Give us a call at Paris Restaurant. Seed Millet at J. "W. Allen & Sons'. Remember the Central Drug Store. X. D. Bean is up and around again. Olds' wagons at J. E. 31eglemre'. A good lunch at the Pari Restaurant. 3Ir. "Win. Reed is sick with the measies. Lead and oil at the Centr...

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 April 1886

rssr 'v "Si TOUTHS, DEPABTMENT. A QUEER LITTLE GIRL. -An queer a jrirl as ever wns Rccn "Was little May Evelyn Caroline Green. Sbo Eat a-wishmjr from morning' till night ibr every thwg m, or out of, bcr sight. "When it was morningshe wished it was night, Yet when it was evening nothing was right. tChc same with the weather, it always was wrong. And wishing 'twas otherwise made up her song. Ser small brother Ned, who thought Sister Way "Wai silly to pend her time wishing all day. 3'ol(i nure in confidence, once after dinner. That he was afraid she'd a wish-bone in her. Mr. K. U. Landrcjan, m Our Little Men and U'ouicn. ALBERT'S GEOGRAPHY. She Brave and Determined Manner in "Which He Earned It. It was more than seventy years ago. "My young hero was only a lad of thir teen when the incident occurred of which I am going to tell you. His name was Albert, and he lived in a pleasant farming town in the State of Maine. Being a farmer's son, he had a, great many chores to do in the early win...

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 April 1886

iipffwssp ssgsss izm .WW f45wii:-.-i-5-! B& ?$?( vc".- ssmv - , vj 1 ft S-AST' sw: vsgsp fc,-r M" ki R 01 Sfr ri. ui: i I V II tf n T STRAWBERRY INSECTS. Instructions for the Extermination of Varl. oas Enemies of the Strawberry. We have had several inquiries recent ly about remedies for insects that work upon the strawberry. For some of these insects Prof. Forbes says no cheap er or more satisfactory method can be used than that of capture and destruc ' tion by hand. Sweeping back and forth along the row with an ordinary insect net is a ready means of capture avail able for such exposed insects as do not cling closely to the plants. It may be used to advantage for those attacking the flower and fruit at a time when less laborious measures are not allowable. For species of feeble locomotive power, which infest the leaves in summer, after the fruit has been gathered, it is a com mon and verv uscfu Ipractice to mow the Ani.i :. i . .1 mciu ut ury vveaiuer, ournmg it over in a brisk...

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 April 1886

State Superentendent of instruction Lawhead estimates the amount of school land in Kansas remaining un sold at 350,000 acres. The perma nent school fund now on interest amounts to 3,620,000. Senator Ingalls has introduced a uill providing that no person or cor poration in this country shall own more than 0-iO acres of land, and that all land held contrary to this limita tion after three y$ shai!,be forfeit" ed to the government- The measure will be apt to encounter considerable opposition on tlje ground tiJat lfc fere only a partial remedy for thC e jpf the unequal distiiburion of this, world's goods. To be thorough and consistent, it should also stipulate a. u '"" A.iftn and now man j ..orses, cattie. s... other domestic animals a man may own. the shirts a man may own. how many shirts a man may allow himself. and what kinds and quantities of food he may buy for each member "of his family. Exchange. Georgetown. "Winter is gone. Funny Kansas shines out in all her glory. The Kansas ze...

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. — 6 May 1886

t ; COUNTy Thomas Cat. , -- I VOL. II. NO. 9. COLBY, THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1886. $1.50 PER YEAR. i iff 1 Kir ra I- v H m . I m J &v Wwl &s sf m I- si fa I ftlflj- ill ' r i III! ill! Br &&. $500,000. We have one of the best loan companies in the United States, ''the 'Chicago Loan Agency." Can furnish money on one hour's notice (no long and vexatious delay), we loan on final proof, lands already patented, town property, school land and county script. Leave your land in our hands to sell and we can get get you the highest price. COUNTY DIRECTORY. Clerk James N. 1'ike, Treasurer N. D. lJean. liegistcrof Deeds JohnW. Irwin. Superintendent Public Ins't W.W. Walker. Itcprcsentatu e W. II. Copehuid. Attorney W. G. Porter. Sheriff Y. II. Kingery. Probate Judpe M. h. Laccv, Cleik District Court i:. .1. Paine. Sun ej 01 T. P. Chambers. Coroner 31. MeG ree y. ( Frank Pmjrrec, Ch'n. Commissioners - 31. W. With.un. ( It. T. Heminjr. !. O. O. F. -CiiRl'riit Lolpo...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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