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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 6 May 1886

mamMaiiininiSHPffi mmBmmmsmm 3r-" 3.j'S:ci!nK VSf iiT1 i5ig& SRKS?W! re- mmmw , - u-j AT Tgf m HMPSEKS?VJ,yjfcK5Siira:E Hi!' THOMAS COOTTY OAT. E. P. WORCESTER St CO., Publishers. COLBY. KANSAS. WHAT TO BELIEVE. IIo has no jov who ha no trust! Tho frntiiest faith imnjrs greatest pleasure, .And I behevc because I must. And uouid believe in perfect measure. Therefore I send To jou, inv friend, This kuv to open mines of treasure: "Whatever elu i our hands restrain, Let laith be fiee, and trust remain. .Believe in summer's sun and shade. Although to-day the snow be tailing-: Expect ;.'lad voice In the irladc. Tnoufih now the winds alone are calling, "Jfuie eyes to see How fair things be; Let Hope, not Fear, prove most enthralling:; And skies that shine will ottenet be fctrctched lovingly o'er thine and theo. Have loval faith Jn all thy lrin, Believe the best of one another: One Fathers hear: takes all men in, lie not suspicion of thy brother. It one deceive Wliv disbelieve The rest,...

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. — 6 May 1886

-Sl?f irifw; j" .& ' f ,t , . j- ff .r ' - i "&? r i! Kft'l JU u THOMAS COOTTT OAT. E. P. WORCESTER & CO., Publishers. COLBY, KANSAS. LITTLE GRACIE'S SCHEME. She cl'mbed upon her father's knee, -And lauirhcd aloud iu girlish glee: Tn her winning graces and childish art "She nestled close to his loving heart; "Looking up with n glance of mirth and fan, She took his hand in her tiny one; Glances of sweet and loring grace She cu6t in her ljthcra beurded faeo. Tapa," she said, with a tender smile. "'Dojou loe jour Grade all the while?" He clasped to his heart his darling child. .And looked in her baby face and smiled. "What can be dearer on earth or above Than a sweet little daughter s artless love? Her face grew sober, and wondrous wio, "While a soft light shone In her dark-blue eyes: "Papa," she said, and nestled deep In the arms wnere bhe often fell asleep "Papa," she said, with a soft carets, ""Will j ou buy your Gracio a Sunduv dress?" -Tid-liils. HIT IT EIGHT. Mammy Ti...

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. — 6 May 1886

igs$g:-y& ;5S"SS5"iR THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. EUSTIS. "jlrWaWwMJ i. K &r it. n. in lr mm. Hardware HtFFIT?- r0PULAR, OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. Mr. H. M. Hoxie, First Vice PresL dent of the "Wabash system, is the son of poor parnts in Iowa, and in early life he is said to have been a hostler near Des Moines. Ex. The Union Pacific and Santa Fe roads alone, it is estimated are cann ing about G.000 settlers per month to the western part of Kansas and Neb raska. The tide of emigration west this spring is something wonderful. Commonwealth. The vote of Kansas congressmen on the passage of the Mexican pen sion bill was as follows: Morrill, Funs ton, Peters, and Ryan voted for it Perkins voted against and Anderson and Hanback did not vote, Mr. An derson being paired with Mr. Winaiis. of Michigan. The bill now goes to the senate. , A rather unique development of the labor movement is reported by a settlement that the Knights of Labor out in "Wisconsin have struck against the whiskey shops ...

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. — 6 May 1886

ivmm &3?i JminMAaOTflU 13&1H K 'coxon'JJHovey.' &f jnd'rrc looks wall W ,"- V .T "-V - f?v;''vr ,' auaBel4Tousse'8baniIsHearlycoiip!et QSF - a f0"F . . i : .t".7.viA'e'vy.v-iiT.x.5j - t.- ?i .? vv-y'-r-nwwCT tad. s-f tear. . M V z1 U & ? Hank of Colb. Flour at Donelan'g. Central Drugstore. Pumps at Meglemre's. Plows at Bean Bros'. Paints at the Central. Plows at Meglemre's. Groceries at Donelan's, Harrows at Bean Bros', Buggies at Meglemre's. Dry goods at Donelan's. Cultivators at Bean Bros'. Jardine & Reed, land agents. The Cat office for job work. Garden seeds at Bean Bros'. Boots and shoes at Donelan's. "Window glass? at the Central. Glass, all sizes, at the Central. Breaking plows at Meglemre's. Goodsoe loans mone on chattels. Boots and shoes at M Donelan's Money to loan at Bank of Colby. Periodicals at "Walker & Yousse's. Give us a call at Paris Restaurant. Remember the Central Drug Store. N. D, Bean is up and around again. Old-' wagons at J. E. Meglemre...

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. — 6 May 1886

fStxXCgwSH'i'S ,!?e-V'Ji?s i!pri T? "v? 4 npirV"' ""trr- Br -n : giS. . t EELIGIOUS BEADING. A REVELATION. Ana I trcnt into the valo of Kcavor. and as I went I preached repentance to the peop.e. .And one morning; situnsr by the flie, a KreaJ cloud came over me and a temptation beset inc iul it was said: "All things come vy Nature: ' and the Elements and the stars cameoicrmc -nd as I sat still and let it Uone a IsViiiff hope arose in me, and a true Voce' wh-eh a.U : "1 l-cre is it living God who made all thiujrs." A C mmcdmtely the cloud and tho tciiipmt'or.s -.a u-hed, and Life rose over all. and my he.iit as chid, mid I praised the Living God. Jouiit"1 of George vox, 1620. Still, as of -old. in Hi to "3 Vale, Oman of God: oi. a pe and laith The Elements and Si.a iis-ail. And the awed spirit liolds its breath, JJlovru over by a wind of death. TaVes Nature thought for such as we, What place her human atom fills, The w-ed ilnft of her careless sea. 'i he imt on her unheeding hills? Wh...

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. — 6 May 1886

-ww B ?-. - " -- - K-4a "Kf-1 i'jHiff . - . , stjus.?- ..S&Ea- fcW BS. Spy?IP.e4I - .fc HF m 1ft :ft 4i VI Pi" it" Ui- .FOEOUEYOUN&EEADEKS. CRYING POLLY. Miss Polly was pretty and dainty and noat, And would have been charming and cunning and sweet, But alack and alack! for a verv bad way Of crying- or sobbinjr or sulking :ill da-.-, one crieu it 'twere cold, and she cried if 'twere hot She cried if 'twere stormy or if 'twere not She cried in the summer or winter or spring At every person and every thin-? At every hour and every season; For an j- excuse or for any good reason; Or if ne'er a reason -w as under the sun. She'd cry all the harder because there was none. One day she had cried for an hour or so; 1 would tell what about, but I really don't know; Perhaps she was nervous, perhaps she was sad; Some ono may hare said her behavior wa3 bad Or that she had freckles and hair that was red; Perhaps she was tired or her kitten was dead; She may have been hurt: do nut ask me to...

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. — 6 May 1886

Wwmm"Wwm Vto m ? SWfSPI '- A Vi .si- strti k Sunny Western Kansas. Tbe cabin homes of Kansas! How modestly they stood Along the sunny hillsides, Or nestled in the wood. They sheltered men and -women, Brave-hearted pioneers; Tach one became a land mark Of Freedom's trial years. The sod-built homes of Kansas! Though built of mather earth Within their walls so humble Are souls ef sterling worth. Though poverty and struggle May be the builder's lot, A sod house is a castle "Where failure enters not. The dug-out homes of Kansas! The loveliest of all; They hold the homestead title As firm as marble halls. Those dwellers in the caverns, Beneath the storms and snows, Shall make the desert places To bloom as the rose. The splendid homes in Kansas! How proudly do they stand Amid the fields and orchards, All o'er the smiling land. They rose up where the cabins Once marked the virgin soil. And are the fitting emblems Of patient years of toil. God bless the homes of Kansas! From poorest to the b...

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. — 13 May 1886

$ vt "??; TK-S. 'ym4?Ty & i rtrW-s &&$2C' S-R r-A L.-V fl s - II m .- a?. Thomas Cat hfssr :' Bgs- B5 krs- m VSKSeol COUNTy M r is- I m-i aif t K IP ft lift U Hn- ,- r sw K - 6. fir .If. y t Ik m fe rr . fete t.j? ? i f r, r I r n1 in- L m i ' !? L VOL. II. NO. io. COLBY, THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1886. $1.50 PER YEAR. t AfeT t-ggj .J- artgXryjt X. X. FRENCH. President AN ENTIRE NEW DE HEADQUARTERS FOR LAND, LOAN & LAW. R. L. RIDDLE. Secretary. -s Jk THE THOMAS COUNTY LAND AND LOAN CO. Will loan money and buy and sell realestate. On farm loans the money will be paid over our own counter the day the papers are prepared, and we prepare our own papers the day application is made. We will prepare papers for final proof. Real estate bought and sold. We will get you the highest possible price for your farm. Remember the place. Thomas County Land and Loan Company, Headquarters tor land, loans, lsw, at n s 3 N K o iSHf TTI m. M I VEBRT $500,000. We have one of...

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. — 13 May 1886

mfm srf ;c-'Ww" t- !fSfW ses &&&&$&&&$ j 2 w. - ' ,, 5S.X ?ni- X?i c ms8?m$F jt: . THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. A. J. Davis, of Stockton, is a can didate for Auditor of State. 3Ir. Davis is a first class man and lias a large following through the -west 3Ir. Davis' chance, are verv fluttering. Strikes still continue throughout the east. The question is not '-what shall be done v.ith the laboring man,' but what shnll be done to compel the large corporations to pa these em ployees living wages. Thousands of men receive less than a dollar a da in the east. A lot of Bohemians and Poles, com munists, are causing trouble in the large cities. Chicago has been the scene of the principal trouble. So long as the government allows Europe to ship their pauper and criminal class es to this country, just so long there will be trouble. All the larger cities are controlled by a foreign element, who refuse to take decided steps toward the suppression of ri...

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. — 13 May 1886

f;; f.T MS3 - ' ??? fpppffglp H'tfel l' v I" Uv . m ipE THOMAS COUTY CAT. TWO MORE MURDERS Inst ns nnnnln hfl srttlii1 flrnrn to the & , Jft?Jjpinion mat the war in Kawlins county IS MVwas over, the news reached town of the v . . . iBT :, ,... v j Rjtuuruer ol iwo more men. une man i3 VtSi v.n..r.,i "DM..1.. ..r.-i .. ..,.. .. ..,.1... ,j tive of Plumber's, were planting corn in 1l& finll ivti.n ortrtio imifl mrm rmh ill) and shot them both, killing them almost instantly. This is an outgrowth of. the previous shooting? matches in that neigh borhood. Latek Cazad is the name of the man killed and Plumber was only a boy fifteen . l , years old. The bodies were on me gi uuuu where they fell, this Friday morning. The parties who done the shooting are well known. Latest reports s-ay mobs were forming and men were Hocking in from all quarter- with Winchesters to commence n war of extermination of the v parties that caused the trouble. Two ntcii have been killed on each side up to t...

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. — 13 May 1886

!5KS;5rj F-fa' IW'i: V-&&&f '-s'V. Hyic"'- -c-'ijc.'r: f-jstf ; m3 jTt ' .'i-C NMM m. n& 3T-?, &- LOCOMOTOR ATAXIA. ft. Disease Characterized Ifj Disorderly Muscular SloveaeaU. Ataxia means want of order. It iq not a paralysis, as was once thought, lor the muscles retain their fall strength. The affection may be slight or exceedingly severe. In the latter case, when fully developed, the move ments of the limbs may be very gro tesque. In most bodily movements many different muscles must act in harmony and at the same time. This demands that they all .be presided over by one unifying will, or some other controll ing central force; and, moreover, that kh muscles be in unobstructed com munication with the central force, or unifying will. All motive force sent from the brain to the muscles of the limbs must pass through the posterior portion of the spinal cord; all feeling in the same muscles depends on im pressions conveyed upward to the brain through the anterior po...

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. — 20 May 1886

ijBilllfflllB Z&zfS&zgr? !'" "i ""-5pjy i,'v " , -s, - - - f" v r. . assmr ??"- m .r " i w& CpUNTy &c St Thomas Cat lliBU VOL. II. NO. ii. COLBY, THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1886. $1.50 PER YEAR. 5r S55St L. L. FRENCH, President R. L. RIDDLE, Secretary ' AN ENTIRE NEW DEAL. "1 HEADQUARTERS FOR LAND, LOAN & LAW. 1 THE THOMAS COUNTY LAND AND LOAN C0i .- l ' V Will loan money and buy and sell realestate. On farm loans the money will be paid over our own -counter the day the papers are & prepared, and we prepare our own papersithe day'application is made.' Wewill prepare papers for final proof. Real estate bought and ess sola, vv e win get you me nignest possioie price, ior your iarm. jxememoer me place. 1 nomas county L.ana ana ioan company,. jy Headquarters lor land, loans, law, at am msraatimnmm Gn'MmcMWKZ t m t & ; - -5 f l& i F. JV jHl Ml JLC K'llraV CWW SmSrII 0 VTi'.BtvWV J-l J-l Jnv: JFvw J?ILa saw w :Tv; dMCfJMfcft TsKt ffl If-1 MTI ...

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. — 20 May 1886

w'mwmmmmm $ ""in 3-35&i - - sr sv B - KSpr ALEXANDER HAMILTON. Characteristic of the 3Ian Who Marked Out the Unes of American Go rem anent. The most precocious young iwan of that'daj, save perhaps William Pitt, he had already given promise of a great career before the breaking out of the war. He was born on the Island of Nevis, in the West Indies, in 1757. His father belonged to that famous Scottish clan from which have come one of the most learned metaphysi cians and one of the most original mathematicians of modern times. Hi3 mother was a Frnch lady, of Hugue not descent, and biographers have been fond of tracing in his character .the va rious qualities of his parents. To the shrewdness and persistence, the admin istrative ability, and the taste for ab stract reasoning which we are wont to find associated in the highest type of Scottish mind he joined a truly trench vivacity and grace. His earnest ness, sincerity and moral courage were characteristics alike of Puri tan and of ...

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. — 20 May 1886

asf5 f55g5 afHISSgwg 6rt. S3&SP' -,- - ysws3l i V'-f s.5 as. H ' IU Pfflf, it I b . i ir t. ,i & t ii v H$ - il BEIIGIOUS BEADINa IF GOD BE IN THE HEART. Though skies mar frown, And friends prove false. And fortune's smile depart, The hpirit soars Unheeding each If God be iu the heart. Tears will not fall, Save thosejof joy, If hope still bids us fair, And bosoms true Scarce heed a wound If God still lingers there. The sacred balm For age designed. To heal each hidden smart. Is love and trust In that tried One Who dwelleth in the heart But oh 1 so few Hold fast the bliss These uueen ties impart. They turn away And cherish not God s kingdom in the heart. They scatter pearls ISeneath their feet And lock ttieir hearts of stone, " And deem ail faith In God and man Unhallowed as their own. JJrs. E. It. Dye, in Interior. EDUCATION. Christianity Always It Originator and Promoter. The relation of Christianity to pop ular education is a parental relation. Christianity has always been...

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. — 20 May 1886

8sSSs s.Ts??arl I.T .,-. -F- W iCiSt'i'SyS - '. J " T SS!Si - ! ' ,. p. S-tfA i in i imii m m 1&Z I I Hi I II I i .-.. rrtJ f - i. i avmimmmmaw m mmm i nEfc-j.Bpy j a THE THOHAS COUNTY CAT. Dart as superintendent; Olga Geise, assistant ; William Bartlett, secretary. We are proud of our neighborhood, mi 4- ..,, !. ! tcif. UUHi me people uu.c ucuiuikuuui xxiu tu:iu 0ui0 xiC v, wc " . ' school house to educational purposes ed-bv severe wrnd storms and water i"""1 ""., . . wj to social entertainments that are spo ! both morily and spiritually elevating. Secretary Lamar has reversed the- We hope some minister of the gos- decision of Commissioner Sparks in pel ivill hunt us up and preach to our , , -i. tt. i -ji j - ; . "IAtt. TT rrT- regard to the Union Pacific land grant people. Wno U. Think. J. H. Schaeffer, one of the best men What Did You Say, Sir? In this Congressional district, seems x young man possessing a brilliant to have a clear held for the Democrat- mind, a large heart a...

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. — 20 May 1886

mm' IN S Kf THUFliOMAS COUNTY CAT.1 B" , - i Vt'anu weather The Star Grocery. A "writing teacher in town. Improvements s-till Continue. Ice cold -inger ale at the Palace. Township caucus-next Thursdsvy. Mr. LIoi!e3'iv building a residence. Ready mixed paints at the Palace. Psiim loans :.t "Willcoxon is Hover's. Fresh groceries at the Star Grocery. "Wall paper at the Palace Ding Store. The Ice man lias made ins appearance. Potatoes cheap at .7. -M. Gamble &Co's. The postoflice building has been paint ed. Ice cold soda water at the Palace Store. Drue your gro- Lesscnger went up to Oberlin Go to the Star Grocer' for ceries. :,r. D. yesterday Tne Star Grot-cry will give 3-0:1 f..jr dealing. James Fike has moved out on his home stead. Dr. Douglas is visaing his brother at Atwood. Fre.-'i stock of jewelry at "Walker o. Yous'-e'.s. Xew brands fiesh canned goods, at the Sti'iGnx-.-ry. Fresh irraiisim Hour at Gamble & Go's. Hour and feed store. A large stock of mineral paint? 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. — 20 May 1886

m?mr? VSfev Smm -?5rfjX THOMAS COUNTY OAT. E. P. WORCESTER & CO., Publishers. COLBY. KANSAS. MY TREASURES. My children, how many? Why bless you, there's four: Two rollicking, fun-loving boys, "Who always give mamma enough work to do, But working is one of my joys. Dear Ruby, who "helps mamma lots," in her way." And mv baby so vinninjr and sweet. Bright Jew e ndominjriny wifehood's crown In a home where untrcls may meet. At the close of the day, I sit down beside My bubv, to lull her to sleep; In sweet dreams of childhood, tho ethers re pose: Kind Father, Thy watch o'er them keep! Ton ask am I worried with trouble and care; Ah, no, it is restful and sweet To be the fond mother of blossoms so fair, To gu.de in the right their young feet, 'Would I wish to exchange?" Not for king dom or crown! Nor tor all of jour wealth, and your pleasures: You Keep your fair lands and your couches of down, I'll keep, what i best, my four treasures. Klxic C. Allen, in Gond lloustlitcptng. JOHN'S STO...

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. — 20 May 1886

q&8!QR&. mm wm mm rwt &? vi; -l. rgtf"f: mi sM m StF' SSSA2 ''h k- Tt sr Vt l!"tl t itf M B , l h a J i 9 THOp.S COUNTY CAT. E. P. WORCESTER & CO., Publishers. COLBY. 1 - - KANSAS. THE REASON WHY. . . HE. one nas no mass of golden hair No wondrous piles of money, I can not say that she is fair. Nor that her temper's sunny. -And yptl call her "aweet" and "dove;' I am in truth devoted. 1 swear she is my only love My ardor's oft been noted. "Whv do I seek her ev'rywhero? Why ever have I sought her? Her father Is a millionaire. And she's an only daughter. SHE. Jle Is not comely to the sight. He hL no great position: Jle can not like a Dickens write. Nor can he paint like Titian. 1 do not like him very well His presence oft distresses. "Why do I not this to him teli. And spurn all his addresses? In youth I spurned too many men. For whom I've since beon signing; Z've not the choice that I had then, And Time, alas, is Hying. Rambler. A MUSIC LESSON. .&. Few Valuable Hin...

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. — 20 May 1886

: " Svf-?ft-V. ?i&- t.lh. Colic, Cramps, and Pains in the Stom ach, arc quickly subdued by taking a few drops of I)r. J. H. McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment on sugar or mixed in syrup. School Land Sale. County Treasurer's Office, Colby, Kan., May 18, 1886. I will offer for sale at my office, on SATURDAY, JUNE 19th, 18S6, between the hours of 10 o'clock a in and 8 o'clock p m., the following described school land situated in Thomas County, Kansas : SPsa S 2 2 2s a c - 5. DESCRIPTION. s to 300 do neqrof no qr mv qr of no qr 6oqrof neqr sw qr of ne qr neqrof nwqr mv qr of nw qr seqrof mr qr sw qrof nw qr ne qr of pc qr nw qr of se qr fie qr of be qr sw qr of se qr lie qrof swqr nw qr of sw qr be qrof swqr sw qr of sw qr 33 so 36 36 M :v, :3 30 10 10 10 10 IS 10 10 10 do do 1000 do do do do do do dc do do do do do It a SO 3ti WJ 30 M 3(5 36 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 11 fO 10 00 TKRMS OP SALE Onc-teutli the purchase price must be cash in hand and the balance secured by a bond approved by...

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. — 27 May 1886

3- . . . . fe DOUBLE EDITION. 16 PAGES. Thomas COUNTy 3,v u Cat ESI - VOL. II. NO. 12. COLBY, THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, 'MAY 27, 1886. $1.50 PER YEAR. It- i. L. FRENCH, President. R. L. RIDDLE, Secretary. AN ENTIRE NEW DEAL. .iksmj a HEADQUARTERS FOR LAND, LOAN & LAW. THE THOMAS COUNTY LAND AND LOAN CO. I 1TT11 T . - -m V 'I Will loan money and buy and sell realestate. Un larm loans the' money will be paid oven oiir own counter the day the papers are 1 prepared, and we prepare our own papers the day application is made Wewill prepare papers for final proof. Real estate bought and I sola. We will get you the highest possible price tor your larm. Kemember the place. 1 homas bounty JLand and JLoan Company, I irleadquarters tor land, loans, law, at hi Jra IP v-ir mm I -Hf St n ' w tefcr 'Vr 4 i&. $500,000. GREEN BACKS. $500,000 WWBI Tl LOfilt AT SI VEST 1 8STE We have one of the best loan companies in the United States, "the Chicago Loan S't Agency." v Can furnish money o...

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