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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 3 June 1886

HWSi ' sBiss3Bh-v ts-!. - .lv3 ? - -; i ; a r The Jewel. FOR SALE BY BEAN BROS. DEALEKS IX Hardware, Tin- WARE, STOVES, Agricultural Implements, Etc BIMrhr1mrrhmmmbmbr& BEAN BROS. DEALERS IX HARDWARE K i im1 i nr --M- Steel Goods of EYery Description. "We handle the celebrated Wycth steel goods and every article bearing the trade mark as above is warranted. Stoves, Tinware, Implements. Call and see us and we can convince you that our prices arc the most reasonable and our jroods the best. W. H, COPELAND, REAL ESTATE ACT. SCHOOL LANDS HOMESTEADS AND TIMBER CLAIMS FOR SALE. THE Hardware Ps Store I. H. BULLERS' HAS A l'IXE STOCK OF Hardware, Tinware, Cutlery, Rope, Glass, Garden Seeds, Field Seeds; and agency for the GARLAND STOVES, "THE WORLD'S BEST." The Celebrated Gasoline Stoves, Ovens under or on top. Clidden Barb Wire and Moline Implements. Call :uul examine before huvinir. .South of Town Well. 160 ACRES, $14.00 -IX- SHERMAN COUNTY, KAS. Plenty of vacant land in this, the fin...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 3 June 1886

it- rr m V It- 3P ItTi. fSL JC - w. jlE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. Corn looks well. Books at tho Central. Croquet sets at the Centrel. Three inches of rain last week. Strawberries are on the market. Gasoline and coal oil at the-Central. A bran new girl at Tom AYhcaton'. Sweat pads of all kinds at Bean Bros'. Croquet ets at the Centrel Drug Si on Books of all kinds at the Central Dm Store. Tn;t srnt :i n(!v sunnlv of iroods at Bean Brs'. Good beds, irood rooms and good boa ird nt the Paris. Geo. Keys was down from Oberli yesterd.iy, Tom Hiskey starts Friday for Sherma couny. Smoke tii Drug Store. Mc's Boy. Call at Palace TV. H Lent's restaurant is crowded inese d:i- Span of mules for sale cheap at J. W. I1rn Xr. firms'. Allen & Sons'. Get your rcadi niatter at tho Centre! Drug btore Saddle pony for talc cheap at ,. AV. Allen L Sons'. . Dr. Martin i building an office north af Ids drug btorv. Commissioner. meet as a board of equalization next Monday. Monument i soon to have a paper to 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. — 3 June 1886

m9mmMm mmmmfmmmmwmmmm&mmmm PIWWMHWBMMiMMMiM MM M ??ssSv3Hs!f??BSRvll ' " v,- ------ - - ' " T"-:-';- f PTi TS?.T-M . . v, --, T, , . - ; ,- - - Tft IsnJa W1 l -- THOMAS COUNTY OAT. E. P. WORCESTER & CO., Publishers. COLBY. - KANSAS. RIGHT SIDE OF THE DOLLAR. I've lived sixty rears in tnls frisky old world, An' seen lots of chiitigin' an' turnin', .An' fllty of them by the swo.it of my brow, My bread au my butter been earnin", .An' I've larned many things in the way of hardtack (T never was any prcat scholar). An'herc's onelorjou: Whatever you do, Youns man an' young woman, I'm warnin jou. too Keep on tho right side of the dollar. 2o matter how much you may want this or that. If you c.m't pnro the money to buy it. Don't run into debt, or jou'll quickly regret That jou ever were tempted to try it. Thoujfh your clothes may be white at the seams, an' you lind Itouf-'h eiijres on cuffs an' on collar, Jet wait to get new till the same you can do. Young man an', young woman, I'm wa...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 3 June 1886

f. ' -- i " r ' V '' - t J' E3.VV r sv ir u- 11. ml '-- W fir ft. .tr s- 11 i" THOMAS OOirNTT OAT. S. P. WORCESTER CO., Publishers. COLBY, - - - - KANSAS. SPRING. Htjlo children pother round their mother, And ber her a familiar tale to tell vne that is dearer far than eny other, Because so olten heard and known so well; And as they watch her, prompting should she falter. And any variation quickly Fee. And cry: "Don't tell it to, don't change and alter. We -want it just the way It used to be." So do we come to thee, O Nature Mother, And never tire of listening to thy tales. mlus tliy ferins-time story now no other. That hath a -wondrous charm, which never falls. Tell it with nil the old-time strength and f-'lory. Fill it with many a happy son? and shout; IDon t miss one bird or blosstfn in the story, Don't,lca e one daffodil or daisy out. "Tell us each shade in all the tree's soft ereen inr. -Don't skip one blade of grass, one bee. one wren "Each little thing has grown so full of mea...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 3 June 1886

w&BMwmRM&m WW&Wtm&zWlgm . COUNTY DIRECTORY. Clerk Jamos N. Fike, Treasurer X. D. Bean. Register of Deeds-John-A. Irwin. Superintendent Public Ins't W. W. alker. Keprcsentative "W. H. Copeland. Attorney W. G. Porter. Sheriff W. II. Kingcry. Probate Judge M. L. Lacey, Clerk District Court E. J. Paine. Surveyor T. P. Chambers. Coroner M. McGreevy. I Frank Pingree, Ch'n. Commissioners M. W Withara. I It. T. Heming. I. O. O. F. Sunlight Lodge Xo. 273, meets regularly every Tuesday evening at Bean's Hall, at 7 o'clock p. in. All members of the order are cordially invited to attend. Democratic Congressional vention. Con- The Democrats of the Cth congressional dis trict ol Kan-as will hold a delegate conven tion in the city of Stockton, on July 8th. ISS'J, sit 11 o'clock a in, for the purpose of nominat ing a. candidate for congress. The following is the apportionment of delegates for the dif ferent counties: COOXTIES. IlELERATKS. ALTKKITATIIS. Decatur - - Ellis r, G Ellswor...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 10 June 1886

ffx - J ' v -" " - i , ':''-" v ' - f r " -, " -v t. - .- . I -B i: - J HOMAS li (jAT.. t:;.: 1 f V6U H- NO J4- COLBY, THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JUNE io, 1886. ' $1iQ PER YEAR " j l! . FIFE'S SUNNY SIDE. "! A Heroifiein Fix. I firhnnl I on QalA BSMZmABUim, I 1 k J KM r Ii I S W J m 9 t-IFE'S SUNNY What you arsdull to-day? . Ia & mull to-day? Tip and be social and.stirring I pray. " Why so lugubrious? Take a salubrious Walk, and v, e'll talk, for I've something to ay. . Verily, verily, Thlng-s will go merrily When you are merry and busr and bravo. Hut if not cheerfullr "v - Tempered, but tearfully, life is srtyrunt, and you are its )nve. If j ou xo wilfullv. How ever skillfully Kursintr jour moods mid vour dehcat whim. Life will be duiiib to ou. , All things will come to oil Touched by a sl:.idow that saddens aud dims. Life h:.s two ide to it. Take the best guides to it, 1Ook.at the best and the brightest, my friend, lie a philosoiilicr. Don't look so cross over Matters ou...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 10 June 1886

mimmwmmmwwwWKwmmm! V. 2J:'-- ', - ' . . ' . ' . ' - " i- AS? - " : : .sr I - - -.7 - a hlT - ' ' .-Ssa Be- as li&M'b K l EEIIGIOUS BEADING. LISTENING. In the crimson of the morning; In the white ness of the noon. In the amber plory of the day's retroat, .In the niitfmght. robed In darkness, or tho gleaming- of the moon. I listen for the coming-of His feet T have heard His weary footsteps on the sands of Galileo, On the temples marble pavement, on the street, "Worn with wcipht of sorrow, faltering up tlio slopes of Calvary, The sorrow of the coming of His feet. Down the mlnster-nislos of splendor, from betwixt the cherubim, Thionprh the vondernijr throng, with mo tion stronsrand licet. Sounds His victor tread, approaching with a music far and dim The music of the coming of His feet .Sandaled not with Mioon of silver, girdled not with v. oven gold. Weighted not with shimmering perns and odors sweet. But white-winged and shod with glory in the Tubor-light of old The glory ot the co...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 10 June 1886

BSS'SSyPwBf Ssaf.j4iiWrUJkWLW .iP ,- -s-- vsv-ciji 'UVsC :vV5V?JjPS3! M'Vf "181 - ?v V- ?5BBga 7 - &&&' . i.t ppfMW;Hl" 08a- i ii- . ' v ST w IV 1 t - w-. - FOE OUR YOUNG KEADEES. DO AT ONCE. Some little folks aw apt to say, When asked their task to touch: 'I'll put It off, at least, to-day; It can not matter much." Time Is always on the win?: You can not stop Its Might; Then do at once your little tasks; You'll happier be at night. But little duties still put off Will end in Never done;" And "lly and by is time enough" Has mined many a one. Well Spring. NATURE'S WORKSHOP. One of the Tiuiilefct and Yet Most Oulet of I'laces Wonderful 'Workers That Xe-cr Make 31 intakes. If you were to go out on one of these early spring days into a forest you would .-see that a great work was going on there, though you could not hear a sound save, perhaps, the rustle of a J breeze among the branches, nor see an- thing in motion cfcept it might be a waving bough or a il uttering leaf. But...

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. — 10 June 1886

33 vr-1 iig-$ S-- rs ms .-fl A GREAT FLOOD. A great flood of preaching was poured out upon the good people of Denne's school house last Sunday. The programme was earned out as follows : At 2 p. m. a long metre -sermon 13' 3Ir. Wilson, after which a Suiukiy school was organized to the tune of a short metre by 3Ir. Bullers. Mr, Ahrens was elected superinten dent Miss Wilson, assistant superin tendent Geo. Achen, secretary, 3Irs. Denne. treasurer and librarian, 3Irs. Miles, chorister. Then a common me ter intermission ensued, followed by a service of song, after which another long meter sermon by Mr. Mitchell, concluded by a high metro exhortation by Elder Stewart. We then went home to the tune of .Yst G"s. Harrington. A TRIBUTE. Once again, dear friends, we beg the exercise of your patience in our behalf while -.so free our mind a little, promising at the same time that the ufllictiou will not be continued in our next. We merely wish to contribute our humble share of praise to the com...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 10 June 1886

iV Xtt' i9Tr3e2a&Ur B1M:"0Hraaien -t.iurw wiw ? t- THVr:viS4F5 'Vasfc. LV&x'-r "are: -WT h . ir ; i.i a v" fcf SHE THOMAS T0UNTY CAT. Harvest time. Colby, Jul-3d. "Warm weather. Books at tlie Central. Come to Colby on the 3d. Croquet sets at the Centrel. Quickvillc will celebrate July 3d. Gasoline and coal oil at the Central. Croquet .sets at the Centrel Drug'Store. H. "W. Miller i back from his eastern trip. Book of all kind at the Central Drug Store. 100 in prizes on horses on the 3d at Colby. "W. "W. "Walker returned from the ea-t last night "Will Cary and bride are expected back next week. fSonri bed, at the Paris. Smoke the good room and good board Mes Bov. Call at Palace Drug Store. Span of mules for sale cheap at J. "W. Allen & Sons. Get your reading matter at the Centrel Drug Store. Saddle pony for sale cheap at J. "W. Allen ifc Sons'. A carload of salt jut received at J. W. Allen fc Sons'. Mr.s. "Wm. Smith has returned from her visit in the south. Match game of ...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 10 June 1886

$& n -"spf str-9 'XW W4fe JB i m. mBm: Sir, TB0SL4S COUNTY CASL C It. WORCESTER CO., PuMMim. OOLBT. - KANSAS. THE ROSE OVER THE DOOR. A. cottage, all fitted and furnished. Stands daintily over the war, And here a young pair to housekeeping Came promptly the first day at May. Thu place seemed so home-like and cozy. The sun shone bright on the floor, Ufet one dewy eve saw them planting A Hose to bloom over the door. Un, how they watchd over it3 growing; And trained it with tenderest art. And swift, as its bright buds unfolded, The Io e of home grew in their hearts. The husband came home in the evening, Ail weary and worn from the store. To find the wife's welcome the sweeter For Itoses that Bloomed o'er the -door. JJut 'love." they say. '-flic out of the window When poverty enters before:" But against all trials and troubles These two young hearts garnered full store. Tor, w hen fell the hush of the twilight, Tiiey whispered anew love's fiweet lore, Wove closely the bonds of affec...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 10 June 1886

rKiiv -? ICf -i- Ki f II : M i ;i " ft J5 -' li. rer THOMAS COUNTY OAT. E. V. WORCESTER CO., Publishers. COLBY. ... 1 - . KANSAS. WHEN THE CIRCUS CUM. Tou kin talk o your circuses nowadays, An' your railroad shows, and s;ch, An' the wonderful things the riders do, An' your manners pettin rich, Fer it tetches a tender spot, an' sometimes A tear starts tricklin' down As I think o' home an' the village green. When the circus cum to town. I remember well how we'd scampcrout, Long afore the break o' day. An' how one'd collar a waterin' pail An' t'other a bunch of hay. An' with carryiu' water an feedin th' hay An' doin" odd jobs aroun', "We all stood In fer a topmost scat When the circus eyin to town. An I can't forit how my heart'd thump At the sudden turns they made. As we stood an watched em drive in line, Fer the "daijy street parade." .An' I think how we'd all fall in behind, An follcr 'om all aroun'. Till my Treavt beats fast as it used to do When tho circus cum to town. H kin see t...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 10 June 1886

fmmwmmmw wwwwmkf4m 'Wfi ':&. gr. vrJt JV5? ; -Vsj V- ,. i ! iW - - - fi Sf?PSps COUNTY DIRECTORY. . Clerk James N. Fike, Treasurer N. D. Bean. Register of Deeds JolinW. Irwin. Superintendent Public Ins't-W. W . W alkcr. Representative W. H. Copeland. Attorney W. G. Porter. Sheriff W. H. Kingery. Probate Judge M. L. Lacey, Clerk District Court E. J. Paine. Surveyor T. P. Chambers. Coroner M. McGreevy. ( Frank Pingrec, Ch n. Commissioners M. W. Withani. I R. T. Heining. I. O. O. F. Cu alight Lodge No. 273, meets regularly every ijTuesday evening at Mean's Hull, lit 7 o clock p. m. Allinembcrs of the order are cordially invited to attend. Demccratic Congressional vention. Con- Tlie Democrats of the Gth congressional dis trict of Kansas will hold a delegate conven tion in the city of Stockton, on July 8th, 1886, at 11 o'clock a in, for the purpose of nominat ing a candidate for congress. The following is the apportionment of delegates for the dil- fri'nt. witiiitics: f'OUXTIES DELEG...

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. — 17 June 1886

3WiW B5bwP5p$!33 Fx- erst ?w? Thomas Cat -tS .V T-iSfe t X; VOL. II. NO. i. COLBY, THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1886. $1.50 PER YEAR. L. L. FRENCH, President R. L., RIDDLE, Secretary- AN ENT E NEW DEAL. COUNTy irf k s D l!i (fc I lili Ai m i. I iff WP HEADQUARTERS FOR LAND, LOAN & LAW. THE THOMAS COUNTY LAND AND LOAN. CO. Will loan money and buy and sell realestate. ' On farm loans the mpney 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 for land, loans, law, at School Land Sale. Count Tre:iMirer'h Office, Colby, Kan., Slay 24, 1880. 1 vill offer for sale at my office, on THURSDAY. JUNE 24th, 188(5. between the houi.s of 10 o'clock a m and -J o'clock p in. the following described school land si...

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. — 17 June 1886

BtMM.atu,ju9.vui.i mm lauju iKftSMK Taf3 ,C Ii23 - V 1 ', ?yi.' ST' - fis? KK& t firv sit. ,--y &? tj TF'ir?ta L1G10IJS HEADING. WHAT SOON SHALL BE. -Soon and forever! fcucu .Tonuse on i trust; Thouch a!ie- in -Iit3, And dust unto dust; 0011 and lorecr. Our union shall be "Mndf jerfect. our glorious Hedeenn-r in Tliee. "Win n tl'o s:ns and llic sorrows Ot 1 111c slinll le o'er: J: y.mp, siiid it-, imi-Ung? HememLored no more: Wiien lilecuii not Ihii. And v. lien death can not sever. Christians witu Clu-ist bliull bo, tooii and lore it. Soon nnd forever. The hicikiutf ol dir Shad drive all the durk clouds O! sonow away: Soon :t;id torevcr, W e'll ree as we re seen. And learn the deep iiiciininr - Ol t'nii-rs that li.tve been: Wiit-re lightings without us And lu.irs Irom v.ituni, Sh.dl i ary no more J 11 th" w:irfnro ot sin; A here tciraniid whcic fears. And wl.uru deutli snail lie never, Ciiiist'aiib with Clirist ahull ho Soon and ioreer. Soon and foiever. The work shall be d...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 17 June 1886

M "53??"X ? SV" 3 SlfSKLSviPeil i-fe"Sv, i"-Sv. s if A tits. Ks& Timil I&f -V r J Ptte F'1: ?$ ft Jc I -V 5 ? t n titi c Ri - it FOE OUK YOUNGJREADEES. A FRUITLESS SEARCH. On cushSons of pink velvet, ia a thistle, she lay hMruitfiiifr. A. fay, with only Lady Moon to heur her plaintive biutriuar. "Ah me! nlackaday!" she sanjr. "I've hunt ed bv tne hour," .And here her cr still tears fell down like dew upon the ilower: " I've been to marble palaces, acl huts with vr.ndows creaking One hardly can -npsre-t a place where I have not I'eeu bt.-emu; I've looked in daytime all I dared, and soon as c.:me the uvli.triit, I've crept in mativ a mortal' house through w mdow or thtourli skylijrliL, " And. whil" abov my puzzled head my firo llv lantern keeping. I've tripped iro:n little bed to bed and scan ned the children blcepinir. "Hut nlwavs proved the search in vain: I really fee! like -eo:dmj.' To th nlc of ail tue lovely things that wait that child s beholding; "I have a Foitun&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. — 17 June 1886

-."'Hi 5 ??ipaC'vKl - l344. i? if? - THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. Gladstone was defeated by a ma jority of thirty on his home rule hill. The politicians are after Anderson's scalp down in the Fifth district. The State Democratic convention will be held at Leavenworth, July 4th. Hon "B. F. Morrill was nominated for Congress by acclamation at Seneca, Wednesday, of last week. Senator Plumbs' bill to prevent the acauiriag of real property by aliens has passed the Senate. A prohibition and a Knights of labor ticket will probably be 'in the field in this district this fall. The Topeka Capital says that lion. Tom Fenlon, of Leavenworth, will be the Democratic nominee for Governor. Jewell county gives Heron 12 dele gates, Rvissell gives Dixon -L Smith gives JlcXall 0, Sheridan gives Turner 1. The Hanback counties seem to be a little slow. The order of Commissioner Sparks stopping the entry of timber culture and pre-emption claims has been re voked. Sparks went a little too far and was compelled t...

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. — 17 June 1886

mi &f m !& w- IS ff-" iJ! I'.l m I 1 m lis?. I Lll lit; :!i -rt. tor 1 1 1 !- $ -J M I-. Qj ,il ki 'S m iih im . P-tHE THOMAS COUNTY. CAT. Railroad. Cradles at I. H. Butters. Come to Colby on the od. Cattle are looking well again. The building boom still continues. Oaklev was flooded with water vester day. Fires have been started in the brick kiln. 100 barrel of salt at J. w. Allen & Sons. A base ball club has been organized in town. Will Can' and wife are expected back this week. Judge Haves will speak in Colbv on the yd. Mrs. Jos at Oaklev. Lamont is visiting relatives Buy your salt by the ban-el at J. w. Allen & Sons. C.Bonner is putting up an addition to Lis shoe shop. , Dr. C. II. Martin has gone to Missouri after his family Mrs. Tho. Feehan has been quite ill but is convalescent. L. L. French is contemplating putting up a hou.-e in town. French & lliddle nicthc hardest hit ters on school land. Railroad men have been numerous in town the jiat week. A'iinl of...

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. — 17 June 1886

& m l!f - THOMAS COUOTY OAT. E. P. WORCESTER CO., Publishers. COLBY. - KANSAS. A PHANTOM. A phantom there is which men call Death, And he follows where"r we go; Like the north wind's blast is nis icy breath And his eyes have a Miake-like plow. And he follows hard, ana be follows closo lie .our footsteps fast or slow. He sits by the Kin? in 1.1s chair of state. And he walks by the plowman's side, Cor alike to him is the low or preat, Mean birth or vaunted pride; Impartial to all he follows all Wall a never-tiring stride. " In the glndes of peace, or in scenes of str.ie. In the hush of the calm, or storm. In the deep, still night, or when danger's rife. At evening, noon or morn He walks, he stands and be lies by our sldv, This .terrible phantom frm. He sits at our board, and fits at our hearth, As a eelf-invlted truest. And often when loude.-t the strains of mirtX Or keenest the wit and jfc-t, II s -Siannw silently la Is upon That which the heart loves best. He shatter;- at will m...

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. — 17 June 1886

m iwpm: :w WJg W- gfW& - m C P"? BR UtVl IS5I Kf&l & 'if I r d3 rs? - s w Kfc P? I is? I tl l H. -ii ti W .2 HiSI .'U yi -s 0 & I if . 1H0MAS OOTJUTT CAT, E. P. WORCESTER & CO., Publisher.. COLBY. ... 1 . . KANSAS A SIMPLE BALLAD. I love to set up In the morn. When all is bright mid lair, And neatly mend my trousers torn. That lie upon a chair. I love to sew the button? on The neck-band of my hirt; I love to rub benzine upon My garments soiled With dirt. I love to hunt around the room For things the chamber-maid Has swept away with ruthless broom. And burned up, I'm alraid. I love to eat my frugal meals At a cheap restaurant. Where, notwithstanding my appeals, I can't get what I want. I love to go to bed at two. Get up again at eight. And know that no one cares a sou Why I was out so late. T love all other things above. When I'm asleep, to snore In short, kind friends, 1 dearly love To be a bachelor. Somcrville Journal. CALIFOENIA TKUTHS. "Hints to Home-Seekers i...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
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