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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 17 June 1886

VA4v 7?-rl.t ZMimifjpH ?2-3SS P 'Ar !?riS5-v.i, $& St K? ii5Si -,- , k vf ; ,; - 5s58W55 I COUNTY DIRECTORY. Clerk James N. Fike, Treasurer N. D. Bean. Kegister of Deeds John W. Irwin. Superintendent Public Ins't W. W. Walker. 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 31. 3IcGreevy. ( Frank Pingree, Ch'n. Commissioners 31. W. Witham. I R.T. Heming. I. O. O. F. Su u light Lodge No. 273, meets regularly e very 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 cite-. trictof 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 till- lerent counties: COUXT...

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. — 24 June 1886

mii?f rS? -'S? Jv5ei. 1 ?M? ,3? '. Si n fesE ;" ii. -. Slfe Thomas Cat 5 & IH'Ppfww COUNTy PIHlf I HI- im m MiM. m Hjti m - F h i 1; 1 Rl VOL. II. NO. 16. L. L. FRENCH, President HEADQUARTERS FOR LAND, LOAN & LAW. 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 Comoanv. Jf Headquarters for land, C. 1. J '-OVU LAP, IXrPhysician & Surgeon, SrJ , Oflice at Walker & Yous(Ts linur Stoi e, Ji COLBY, . - - KANSAS. W " ESTAUcikIn culls day or night. 11. L. RIDDLE, Attorney at Law, t'ffV INUIAKI I UDL1U AH kinds ot loal Iii-inc-a- promptly attend--ed to. Collections nmilo in tln and adjoining MW Ollice n't ISanl: of CoH.y. JO...

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. — 24 June 1886

Ess rarii? . 3j? WPWm, w- ' & VvTS ..- Zg.i FOE OUE YOUNG BE ADEKS. A SUGAR-DOUGH BOY. I went to the kitchen. I wanted to see It Nora huil anv thin? pood therefor inc. She stood at a tabic with sugar and spice And raisins and currautd and every thinjr nice. And stiired with a spoon just as fast as 'twould go. And put m somo flour and rolled out some tioupli. And cut Jittlo round things as fast as she could. And baked them, and then they were cookies and yood! I ate one and two nnd then three and then four. And when they were finished I ate a few more. And then Nora gavo me a nice lump of dough. And told me to make her a jolly fine beau. I made something round and put currants for eyes, They stared, and looked solemn and sober nnd wise. I pinched up a nos in the middle and made A hole for u mouth 'twas u trcautittil head! T made him a wai-t with a beautiful row Of buttons 'twas currant, a dozen or so. I made hi:n some arms and some lingers and leet. 1 you could have seen him, so ...

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. — 24 June 1886

5t-jA5w -f J i E' . it m - K& RELIGIOUS BEADING. THE NINETEENTH PSALM. The mlllnp: skies, with lips of flame, llioir Maker s power ana skill proclaim; lay unto day ith proof ortlows: Aifht unto niplit H.s know,Jsc bhows; And though there be no s-poken word. And no attesting oice is heard. Tlf assurance or a tra clinp sound ItererberaUs the world around. In the briRht cast, with sold e:ir"cbed, He lor the sun a tent has pitched: ThatliKe a bridepioom. alter iet. Comes from his chamber r.chly dressed, Hetrcshtvl and stromr mid full of grace, And Klati to run h:s heavenly race Completes his round with tireles feet. And naught is bidden troru h.& hc.it. But Nature"'; book sums not the whole; God's pcrieet ltw conerts the soul; His sure unci rinjr voril tuppl.es The mean- to make the simple wise; His statutes are divinely right, A ii inspiration and ight; His pure coniiii.iiidui.Mit makes all clear; Clauii aud enduring is H.s tear. The judgments of the Lord are true. And rmhteous...

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. — 24 June 1886

lit rifn ssjWS jM&ifW ""' - f r'- . fr- 3-i$ SwT&tH? JZrl iHT iTiZr-:,?&hirL4Slxi i a. " r Jl,ll r Z r - -r 5. &m sgt THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. """Gov. Martin will be renominated In' acclamation. Ex-Senator David Davis is not ex pected to live. John A. Anderson is having a hard fight in the fifth district. Lane count- has "been organized, with a population of 2,73G. Norton and Osborne are apparently the only two Hanback counties in the district I. D. Young has carried the 31 itchell county delegation for Congress. This is a severe knock at the Hanback boom. Up to the present date President Cleveland has sent thirty vetoes to confess, the most of them on pri vate pension bills. The motion to set a day for the consideration of tariff reform has twice been defeated in the house. It is about settled that there will be no tariff legislation this session. Dr. Richmond, who has beat nearly ever' newspaper publisher in Kansas on advertising account, shot and kill ed Editor Stro...

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. — 24 June 1886

JSKST 5zm&ii7&mf' ?AW"Wi 'fsSffSfS r - A si-2 . x&sr" . --k?w?'j?&!;? S&SHsras, " 7 ' 's - s - ' ' , .-vti Jiii 5-C" lH,? j" KP & r . ! jjajtiujm; - ij mawmjM-jn-i THE TOOMAa COUNTY- CAT. Come to Colby on the 3d. Match game of ball on the 3d. Try Morehead for a good well. Chris. Shire- is on the sick list. Closing out at cost at Donclan's. Remember Bebb, the photographer. Prices are cut seriously at Donclan's. Morehead, the successful well maker. It has rained even daj' for two weeks. - 100 barrels of salt at J. w. Allen & Sons. Treasuier Bean is still confined to the Louse. Buy your -salt 1)3" the barrel at J. w. Allen Jc Sons. Judge Newell has been on the sick list the st week. Morehead uses heavy galvanized iron tubing in his wells. A. S. B'jymer was up from Monument Hits first of" the week. A good steady boy wanted to learn the printer & trade." Immediately. Go to the gallery and get your photo graph. Bebb is a first-class artist. , Go to .1. -M. ...

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. — 24 June 1886

HHft5 HHsKfwSBEHSSBOSraBBS c r -frrcf rv 'fml ff-kJi. A5? 'SfXTI svsa? "" -fC-rH , ' J" . .,- v. I!1 3I as - f 1 THOMAS COUNTY CAT. E. P. WORCESTER & CO., Publishers. COLBY. ----- KANSAS. A SCHILLERESQUE BALLAD. 4Uover placed a golden rlnfr Upon his lady's hand. DearestI" he vowed, my love for tneo Endless till time doth end Bhall be! Tia like this golden band." Time fled. The lover faithless proved. Uo more fond words he spoke. Another pressed his lady's hand, ' He squeezed too tijfht one evening, and The golden circlet broke 1 "Ha! ha!" the maiden cr.'cd, in scorn, The rinj? is like his love! The end has come, ana ho has gone, Bnt never mind, the thing I'll pawn. Twill pay for one new g love." Butlack-a-day! her fair intent, It never came to pass. Loud laughed old Isaacs when she came. " Wh-at, geer five tollar for that same" The ring was gilded brass! SomervilU Journal. AN UNDERTAKER'S TALE. A- Horriblo Story "with a Most Distressing End. Perhaps I am more sensitive to the "h...

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. — 24 June 1886

lniRnHHMRwi9MH9Rr?'allHi9CRBIK!BIRHBiKB r?-' mm ?4 4 C.j?i, sr .i ?SiJ i?tJfe i-1 .? IS K n r ' T "5- m Mgi THOMAS COUNTY CAT. E. P. WORCESTER CO., Publishers. COLBY. - - - - - - KANSAS. AFTER DEATH. -At first when my face shall bo changed, and 1 K To dwell In a silence that can not be broken, -A few whom I love will lament me, I know. And eyes will be dim when my name shall be spoken. If any have blamed me. their censure will cease. For when the full lfjjht of eternity flashes. There's nothing to do but to whisper of peace. And no one can war with a handful of ashes. JJut O, to be -gone from the home that was mine, With no more a share In Its joys or its sor row: JIv nart in its plans to forever resign. No thought of to-Uay aud no euro for to morrow 1 All this is beyond mc. How strange it will be To goon a journey that has uo returning, "With j ear after ear speeding on without me To plddden or grieve when the sunsets are burning! Tim children will lean their light weight on the st...

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. — 24 June 1886

mm a"" $.gr ??g 1$ 37.K-S-1;:?I- P. J AJ. ' ... "-s&si fi l"-33. t? Ff-? QSSfi&S, W SSSS $ $.21 MH 9 ir. WW IB aB&22SCSU I. O. O. F. Cuvlight Lodge No. 273, meetsregularly everv Tucsdav evening at Bean's Hall, at 7 o clock -p. m. All members of the order are coruiauy anrited to attend. Democratic Congressional vention. Con- The Democrats of the 6th congressional dis trict of Kansas will hold a delegate conven tion in the city of Stockton, on J uly bth, I860, at 11 o'clock a in, for the purpose ol nouimat inga candidate for confess, a he follow J nj,' is the apiKirtionment of delegates tor the dil- icrent couuuus; COUXTIES. 1 Decatur JEIlis Ellswortk Graham Jewell Lincoln Mitchell Norton ATES. AXTEHNATES. ;!;;";"""!! 2 8 8 1 1 10 10 :(..... a Osborne ., Phillips ; T, Kawlins - 7 Kooks Kus-ell ', Sheridan i Smith , i Trego - By ordcrVik't li" "District" Central" Committee. H. A. YOUNG. Sec. Ed. M. Hakkis, Chn. FIRST NATIONAL BANK. TREASURY DEPARTMENT. Office of Comi'thoixe...

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 July 1886

Ei5?Piff V" ?' - a , i 4 ?l COUNTy -a f JJlfc - ! sr S 1 "v. CJaES Thomas sg- " Sn& && ?r- m mx ft. is ''? L $ B. i fc B Rjj lr1. rS' F3L i SB tf& K VOL. II. NO. 17. SgSf X. L. FRENCH, President CASH PAID FOR LAND; T H m Mnnpv loan en on UIP ,. . , Hpr 100 reiinguisnments. . C. I. DOUGLAS, Physician & Surgeon, Oflice at Walker & Yousse's Di ug Store, 6lBY, - - KANSAS. 2T"Alten(ls calls day or night. 1. L. RIDDLE, Attorney at Law, "NOTARY PUBLIC. .All kinds of lcvil business promptly attend ed to. Collections made in this and adjoining counties. Office at Bank ot Colby. JOHN A. WALKER, Livery '& Feed Stable Good rigs and plenty of Stabling and Feed. g SOLBT, -TS-S. ST . VANCE BROS., BLACKSMITHS! Shop first door north of the Cat office. General blacksmithing done. HARROWS MADE. Breaking plow s put up. If you want a good "breaker call and-seetho Kansas Clipper man ufactured by VANCE BROS, at Colby, Kans. Horse shoeing done, New Lajs made. ou that lunc old pl...

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 July 1886

IH-H r u m: IF "- RELIGIOUS EEADINGL is?. '-- WHY NOT NOW? "Why not bravely meet the duties ltaat around ourpathwav Her Suckle on the waiting armor With firm hand unshrinkinjrtr. When, the wrong so boldly triumphs O'er ihe r.ght, the ?ood, the" true, And there wait for us the labors That no other hand can do? Why not thrust the sharpened slckl While the flclds of sroldon grain "Wait the reapers' tardv coming. On the world's wide harvest plain? iihall the Master's garner suffer Losses, while we idling wait, "With so many sheaves unfathered And the daylight drawing late Why not raise a fallen brother Sinking in sin's vortex wide. Wnen the multitudo unpitying Pass him on the "other side,' Or with scorn and jest upbraid him W itn his folly and his sin? Bv thine aid that deathless spirit Might an angel's glory wn! Why not? Ah, could wo discover In the far beyond that lies Now concealed from mortal vision. All Uie sacred tnin'strips We m, yht gie to other spir.ts. All he hope, the faith, ...

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 July 1886

rfy;-? iSr--avr M3t Rft CC 5 a. V -O hSAHf1 ' ' V.-rf 5, fS fiS-je P?- Lra. rv fcrSVS sfr5 ? Vo Egg: . 55 . Mi' 3r -V K? ii ' FOE OUE YOUNG EEADEB& IN DIMPLE-LAND. iHD'lBple-Iand, In Dimple-laud. 31io grass Is always green! JrJLMay and My Ko hand In hand, w its. not a storm between. Ti all jonquils, And daffodils. And dandel.ons gay: . AP?,res.tnal dress 'n pink and whiter And birds that sing- all day. he lucky folk In Dimple-land uo naught from sun to sun. Yet every thing that s fine and grand (irows there for every one. With little smiles. And cunning wiles, Cnor buy whate'er they miss: And naught is there too great or dear To purchase with a kiss. Euch fun they have in Dimple-Iandl It is the drollest placet Somebody shouts, or wares a hand, Or makes a funny tace; ' Then all the folk Join in the joke, And jump, aud sing, and laugh. So many merry games they know, 1 can not tell you half. And when at last they just begin To tire of so much play, The Queen of Dimple-land comfs in...

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 July 1886

pis i'21?Z42S-2 WST BF" Sv ' 1' rr lv ! srt TOE. THOMAS COUNTI CAT. COUNTY DIRECTORY. Clerk James N. like, Treasurer N. D. Bean. Register of Deeds John W. Irwin. Superintendent Public Ins't TV. W. Walker. 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. ( Prank Pingree, Ch'n. Commissioners M. W. With am. (E.T.Heming. The delegates from Ellis county are for Turner. Ex-Senator David Davis died at his home last week. The Lake Shore switcnmen at Chicago are out on a strike. Sixteon men were killed by the Ycquai Indians on the 27th, near Con, old Mexico There are over fifty convicts in the penitentiary confined under the sen tence of death. The Kanapolis News is a new candidate for favors, published at Kanapolis, Ellsworth countv. The Fitz-John Porter bill passed the Senate last week bj a vote of 30 to 17, and now awaits the President's signature. The Lud...

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 July 1886

:rega3gg m M &4n&wbs&&&? ssUCl'swA- &V t Bfr 'i- ,V5f m vj & ?' WW. COUNTY. CAT. Send us in Items. 'Local news scarce. High old time Saturday. Come to Colby Saturday. Fun in Colby on the 3rd. g Heavy rain Tuesday night, p- 'Fine corn growing weather. i -ve harvest has commenced. t New potatoes are in market. t Whowill you have for city officers. ij Commissioners meet next Mondnj-. i Tho Traffalo grass has taken a second growth. The Chicago Lumber Co., have enlarg ed their yard. R. L. Riddle has been on the sick list the past week. TheM. E. presiding Elder is expected here next Sabbath, r Postmaster Senter has forty acres of fine looking corn. Mr. Moaley is putting up a house in the west part of town. H. E. Weld w.is over in Sherman coun ty the first of the week. Dr. "Weld came in from the wilds of Sherman county Monday. An awning has been put up in front of J. W. Allen & Sonsjstorc. C. H. Martin & Bro have added twenty feet to the end of their sto...

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 July 1886

aaPf Jv 18: W ft few THOMAS COUNTY OAT. E. P. WORCESTER & CO.. Publishers. COLBY. KANSAS. A SONG AND A PRAYER. A. song for the girl we lore God love her! A. song for the yes wiih their tender wile, And the frasrant mouth with its melting smile, The rich brown tresses uncontrolled, That clasp her neck with tends rest bold, And the blossom lips and the dainty chin. And the lily band that we try to win. The girl we love uod love ner. A prayer for the girl we loved God loved her! A nnrnr fnr thf PiM of faded lllfht. And thn rhxir irhnrrfd rose waned to white. And the quiet brow with its shadow and gleam, inn hn lushns dmnrxd in a lone dcoD dream. And the Small hands crossed for the church yard rest. And the flowers dead on her sweet dead breast, The girl we loved God loved her! y. O. TimtH-Demoerat. ELDING ON A PASS. The Fate of Mr. Pettigrew, a Timid "Dead-Head." Mr. Adolphus Pettigrew was an eld erly bachelor of a thrifty turn of mind He was very comfortably off indeed, lint he ne...

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 July 1886

W!&&stgew SfjJf,tf " '-y-w' awssaaKwrsaswi wmmMLh.wm o- jrSj' ;r. afe i-m r 9. eft- K&k J afv-s IvS" &? 2P5 "V? Jl Prsk . ' ?. ?-& &&- tvx.3. 3W rVif U. I ft? g i&r r?., & & Pw- . v& tzn wz & ' ffC3 UEW" M. DMAS1 OOUHTT CAT. TVT VX. - WMMnn a. o. . .. . '.35 -" s ww., SMHNMNsra. aSi .. TOLBT. KANSAS. g?Y NEIGHBOR'S GUINEA HEN. J'a5 n tJata of ose and gold PSJUft?10" rai8e8 unfold: I hear tkat clattering guinea hen. nn ob Incense breathing-moral' Thy cbeery meal to nie Is borne. 4.7.J V lPemce wlth "" "en -But for that cackling guinea hen. 2Jhen I would read some book moet dear "The printed thoughts 1 can not hear; A6, ot hear the dinner gong, -But I can hear thy ceaseless song. ?Son'8 ' dreamy afternoon. jWith girls and birds and books in tune. 2u drovrn'st in notes more harsh than Sin with thine eternal, senseless din. .And then at evening's holy hour 3can not feel the sacred power Of better thoughts on wings divine, -For that distrac...

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 July 1886

SMriisasSB! m-rMmwymK- -ijs si viw--r- 1&te?'v.v2.,rs: 't;: Slr "Wi isf&tN te55l?S'?ttr?S!iiiW '"&Ke?h..t .rtVu- ,.v" SS" . j- a y 'iK"v;-fCV -Art-fK-tii-i MSC v -'WMresjKtv swrtaws TOrr35-.3 - ', rir-;. -". '?,? - 3--fiff)f 'M VKfeSfU ,--' I. O. O. F. Cunllght Lodge No. 373, meets regularly every Tuesday evening: at Bean's Hall, at 7 o'clock p. m. Allmemuers or tne oraer are coraiany invited to attend. Democratic Congressional vention. Con- The Democrats of the Bth congressional dis trict of Kansas will hold a delegate conven tion in the city of Stockton, on July 8th, 1880, at 11 o'clock a m, for the .purpose of nominat ing a candidate for congress. The following is the apportionment of delegates for the dif ferent counties; COUNTIES: DEIiEGATES. ALTERNATES. Decatur 2 2 ElMs 6 6 Ellsworth 8 .'. 8 Graham 1 1 Jewell 10 ;.:.: 10 Lincoln 5 5 Mitchell 9 9 Norton 3 3 Osborne 7 7 Phillips 5 2 Rawlins 2.:. ..: ". 2 Hooks 4 4 Russell - 5 5 Sheridan 1 1 Smith 7 7 Trego 2 -. 2 Tho...

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 July 1886

Wj 7 "- fg. v f -"V-2,t'" 'v', ' f it ' 4 & yfrxP - - .as m x-,; r J it COLBY, THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1886. $1.50 PER YEAR. X. L. FRENCH, President i R. L. RIDDLE, Secretary 41 '"5V Tv'v-S43iiiiaBa COtiNTJr Thomas GAT: ill?? a, -llVOL. II. NO. 18. i 1& IX- ir Si. '& IT ASH PAID FOR LAND. 5r fr LOANS MADE IN A DAY. BY - THE THOMAS COUNTY LAND AND LOAN GO. COLB7,. -'ZAWSAS.' - M. s-wsaaai Money loaned on chattel security. Deeded Land, School Land, Homestead, Preemption and Timber claims for sale. We wantMw 100 relinquishments. Leave your land with us at a fair price and .we will get a customer for you. Taxes paid for non-residents " V' Office at BANK OF COLBY. GEO. W. G00D30E. I 'Attorney and Counselor at Law. aa.j XOTAItY PUBLIC. vSTr, KealTTstate bought aHd sold Money '3? " ,0,i:ii .. 1 titttluudua 31 2 security. it? IK Ol llvl. 0 1 K AI IAN vV S )NS STORL. &. Cel"fcjT7- -.ansas. law, Loan and Land Office of WILLCOXON & IIOVEY, Do nircneral I.iw...

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 July 1886

wrmmMmnmlMmiiiPsiTwi TH&? IV. ",.iV:3WRHS i: zrrtrj s," ff?!SJ&&Si T $- r a. -r- ' - -5 iri -v ,i .. " 52fi f ,r- Eg f ffi: '5 1 5S Kfc' :' IS "-FOB CUE YOUNG EEADEB& &&"- A PAPA'S PUZZLE. We're going this year to Littleton. My w.fc our Jack, and Nan and L Jfow Nan is seven, and Jack lb ten; How muny tickoU shall 1 buy? Jack rays half fare, and Nan pays none. Though ith her dolls slio nii3 a seat; .However stem conductors tire. 'J.hei jrn e her only glances sweet. "But this year, Nan her kitten takes, A little, purring, pUiul thing: V. hilo Jack has .i gnu e youiur pus: . W Inch evcr here he & bound to bring. "Kan has a long legged Ernhtna chick She lotes that pet with ail her heart; Auu Jack owns three pretty doves. liumwh ch he can not bear to part. In cage and basket," say the two, " ell covered up, our pets can go " They htu e iio doubts; but I hat p miuo, And this, is what I ventto know: If the cat mews, the puppy barks. And it the dove at once all c...

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 July 1886

sJrt' pv2 E-jeJ- S& . IV ?. S US m && tr-it IW& w Pks E im .. .Ss7 w v H s m fe law MPfe M-sawjnaawawaawawaw .TIliTTTOTnTTa Tn rvrvrn -xvuooijyrwu. V DOWN TO SLEEP.1 pSr 3 wV 1y us calmly down to sleep L when friendly night has come, and tear -mr. -" vivni mo rest; ethe.r ve wako to smile or weep. Or wake no more on Time's fair shore, Ho knoweth best -"8'113 the"sun In western skies T Wb?ndayj& done and twilight dim Comes silent on. o fades the world's most luring pr.'ze On eye3 that close in sweet repose Till wakes the dawn. 4 " -a Tirvex our souls with wearing care, why shun the grave, for aching head Bo cool and low Have we found life so passing fair, 60 grand to be. so sweet, th.it e Should dread to go? Eomc other hand the task can take. If so it secmeth best, the task by us begun: Ho work forwrrch we need to wake" In joy or grief, for life so brief, Beneath the sun. Father! bless in love Thy child!' We lay us down to sleep. Presbyterian. IN EVERY THING BY PR...

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