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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 22 July 1886

PsS?32$ia5SI fi? ftvss is.. jsM1 r -ia1 .W s?s. m-!a r $m i ? N Wr- !? 8 &L' iaTOB QUE YOUM'EEADEBS. SLEEPY. I sat one eveninjr watching .Alitjle golden head - Tbat was nodding oer a plcture-boox; And pretty soon I said: Come, darlinjr, you are sleepy: Don't you want to go to Ded? 'No," Bbc said, "I isn't s'cepy, liu m't hold up iny head. -"Just iajw it feels so heavy, There isn't auy use: n Ho let me lav it down to rest On dear Old Mother Goo-mj! I sha'n't shut up my eyes at all. And so i ou needn't tear; J'll keep 'em open all the wnile . To see this picture hero. Atid, then, as T said nothing, She settled for a nap: One curl was resting on the frill Of the old lady's cap: Her una embraced the children small InliaBitmjr the shoe. . 0 dear." thought I, '-what shall I say? Tor this will net er do." I sit awhile in silence Till the clock struck a "dlngdlng. Aud then I went around and kissed The cunning Utile tbnur. Tne violets unfolded As I kissed her. and she said: " I isn't s'e...

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. — 22 July 1886

PT9Vm -sa ! rrSs !&. --.5. f 'f-ri-tt : mm Lftt 'sCii KVJ5" w. .?? fjf '!? & mSlS" 1? t IH ir If! ft gr .fl :$ . s 8: Ii SPfe 3? lv. ? M t Ell 5 U behgious heading: TRIBULATION. 4 r Itott thou feel thosltncs aa awmwa r&? Hr otltrap-onuft fm tn .. -.-. - - , ' te' cLouA iur Fiy with sorrows, C4i AndetabtXteraUtiiriiasti- A5&? Erowinsr eary hcarte 1 T5lilJLa strUe that wii notccaso? Do tbou think thy soul hath parted, J loc nil time, with joy aud peace.' Stink not thus. Though tolls environ, thers have the same withstood; Tis by constant blows that iroti Grows mora powerful tor good. Every tree is fuller fruited For the wound ot pruuing-sbears; Every tree is fanner rooted i, Forthe tesupesa of the ears. If the firo that burns thee sorely Be indeed a fiery cross. It retines thee, slowly, surely, Cleautsiuj,' all the gold of drees. And the porfectcnan ib builded Faster in the evil day; Every loss u cornice gilded. Every care astronger stap. So that, though the world grow...

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. — 22 July 1886

I ? ittc M RS?SSfsrssi m Wendell Items. More rain wanted. Farmers are cutting their small grain in this vicinity. There was a Sunday school organiz ed to be held in Mr. Ed Omara's house. J. Bogner got blood in his head and was not satisfied till he got it all over himself, Young man, take care. There is a new style in vogue in this neighborhood. Itis to borrow a corn shellerandtakeit home a piece at a Ego. time. Let Us Have a Fair A large number of representative men of Thomas county met at Colby, on Saturday, the 17th, to considerthe feasibility of an agricultural associa tion. All were enthusiastic that we should have one by all means. Persons were appointed ineach township to talk the matter up and find out the sentiments of the people in each township in respect to it, and report on July 31, at which time steps will be taken for a permanent organi zation. Everybody should take an interest in this matter. TVe can by this means get better acquainted, show what we have raised and f...

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 July 1886

Jt& '3ri FF? &s 3t E?v t, Ik $r Jz.it -" Willcoxon & Hovey have money to loan on Real Estate please remember. Get your money now,while you can. K Thomas COONTy Cat. tst-,: 'vul. 11. rvi i oc m ' COLBY, THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JULY&Sf i8S6. 10 Pages, $1.50 PER YEAR. & T. T. "pnTCXTmr DMn:,in.4. IS - "", xiwwueuu R. L. MIDDLE, Secretary. . CASH PAID FOR LAND. BY - t & " 7 ,r m , LOANS MADE IN A DAY. TME " THOMAS COUNTY LAND ANDI LOAN Money loaned on chattel security. Deeded Land, School Land, Homestead, Preemption and' Timber claims for sale. We want ioo relinquishments. Leave your land with us at a fair price and we will get a customer for you. Taxes paid for non-residents. . r Office at BANK OF COLBY. x HAERT MOYBR, Ml ANUFACTUBEB OF BOOTS & SHOSS All the latest style In pegged and sewed hnM ami hoAtfi. Renalrlnff DromDtlv and neatly executed. Having had seTer-lkJJL' S 0033. 1 ye are experience In the bmiiui, I can eare-M ly guarantee satisfactio...

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 July 1886

1- &l to , JEEHGIOUS BMTMft. THE KINGDOM.' Tor behold the Kingdom of God is within JOB-" . Tby kingdom herol Lord, can it be? :5earcoiug and seeking everywhere For many a j ear, "Thy kingdom come" lias been my prayer, Was that dear kingdom all tho while so near? Blinded and dull With selfish sin. .Have I born sitting at tho pates Cailea Ucaut.ful, "Where Thy fa.r angel stands and waits "With hand ui.on the lock to let me in? Wrs I the wall Which barred the wry. .Darkening the glory of Thy grace. Hid ng the ray "Whicb, shining out as from Thy very face, Had shown to other men the perfect day? Was I the bar Wli cb shut me out Trom the lull joynnce which they taste Whose spirits are "Within Thy paradeo embraced Thy blessed paradise, wnicli seems so far? Let mo not sit Another hour, Idly awaiting what :s mine to win, Blinded in wit Jjord Jeus, rend these walls of self and sin, Jleat down the gate, that 1 ma enter in. tiityUih Pulpit. Sunday-School Lessons. THIRD QUAHTEB. -3uly 11 Je...

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 July 1886

a"a"Ba"e""1:s? 'RPsBaSBBJSBaBSjBSBBBBasa oT (& K& 1 w SI lff he is? w K I. iif &,t ! t K s;. te.fi ua s c POE qURNallB& w When the Sun, iu his wb!'ejfaud nlgbtcap. Gets tired, and sa, s: 6ood-n tchf," And sinks, wbere thoslcf is reddest, Co82pteety ut of sigat, Alrtrelthhts..trchandWdi)r, f Setting tt lamps H-gfowing T1At flickering- through the town,' Then the little TwKIght Elfln. Withe, tough an umerrr smile, & " Hpsout from his cozy corner, , K lt'j And travels mauy a mile. f5-t I" O'-er land and water coes hot, - f This elf, withli s face solnild, ' And as he rocs he.kiee. v The ei ts olacu tired cbild. -As soon as tire kiss has fallen,' Thev follow thsdrowsv trod: 7 Thei climb up the Dream land ladder, V adu reaca tne ianuoi joa.r V uben all night long they travel 7 - The Jouruev wondrous teems ' The e'.fln still beside them, A-whipering: 'Pleasant dreams." IhirjKr' Young I'evpU. ABOUT ELEPHANTS. The Two Kinds Their Usefulness When Turned, and Tlicir Modes ...

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 July 1886

W pa. top Sfc-ri ? jtftlPi ', 1VJLUI1CV un THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. PORTER & HOVEY, PuWisners. I. O. O. F. Cusllriit Lodge No. 273, meets regularly ererr Tuesday evening at Bean's Hall, at 1 o'clock p. m. All members of the order are cordially invited to attend. COUNTY DIRECTORY. Clerk James N. Rke, Treasurer N. D. Bean. Register 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 Juage M. L.Lacoy, - - Clerk District Court E. J. Paine. Surveyor T. P. Chambers. Coroner M. McGreevy. ( Fiank PIngree, Ch'n. Commissioners M. W. WItham. B,T.Heming. CITY DIRECTORY. Mayor M. Donelan. Clprk Go W.Hyatt. Treasurer h . W. Miller. .Marshal Wm. Hprvev. -Police Judge N. J. Adams. Mtfi fDr. W. M. .Edwards, J T. P. Feenan, Councilmen , W. W. Walker, Dr. C. E. Corporan, i Hobt. McGonlgaL StateAuditor Brown of Iowa was acquitted in the impeachment trial at Des Moines Iowa, recently. .It is said tha...

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 July 1886

CTtaa jsskt sr5?T cr-'w ffi .&& -S ji jJVV- ,--v - - T -."; ;S&iJ! i &cXJiTf $' . $&. W BgggMSfJE THUS." COUNTMAT. Xfl- -"" . H'Jp1 -Crops are assured now. ?-$. Plenty of rain all around. :"?i tri .t . . . -j3 hub luwusuip wants a prcacner. Chas. Copeland has gone to Nebraska. Walker & Yousle moved into their g,ew drug store this week. 1tlA1f Vao nnnAMl Min 11 AA.fTl.m P-i S Cniint.V last ironV gag t, ue vvinasor looKsnne wnn me new aug coaioi paint. s.5 Rn,k..Ml man 1..Mj12. a ... . ... . -v uciGini iicyt uuiiuiiigs hiv guiug up uu -Calamity Avenue. H?& Land buyers are beginning to flock into iT&CoIby again. feet Whosnid OnThv -war tn liJivft'n nnrk V packing house? a W3 ?. utbab UULUU1J Drtli; Ul UCIT JUIIUU ;UW9 rSTA4 3vnl k...t. UnlI nf ..AWT .mSlnl. nAOT.n 55., VOIUjr, -iVUg, t, 1O0O. Xj. UBOqUET. The brick at Hoxie are a failure. So fioxie won't have anv brick buildings. jc ... , hjx vne. peculiarity oi tjoiDy is inai an ner 4 buildings are pain...

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 July 1886

SSaiiw4 h :jhvv"W7 )i't3,?rif."T. ,.- .iy !-. , - fH- 7 ---,- &i r: -.Ttr-v -V' " xjv '- -,i .-r. "-7! jwyjBgTHBacaiB umhwi flujwi Miitgresrssa ".m Mr wm ''MiMi"iMtfifflgiaiwjJUigBMBWwwwi s-ii?5V--JSa3;y:vSaH7JS -a i-f . J5TV ',?9rK.tr-73jr -"5'X-', y"53S?Tif1S.l? a.TPSM . x . . r?'L'.J-.''.vJvaf, i-w.ir - , - . ... .r-r: .r s ". ' .r -a-. -5-,--.- i 17'r t. -u . J -- s , . - T- . -. - . . .. . , n-3HK . .: . -- ;jCra-'"" -reggggssr v 'j-gyy " r 7 ir-4f,f4rgSvr gBgggSSL j i n.i ifin .- ".' ' ''"' mmm , , 1r i;. lrt If f "" " --!i!Tnrf rrtn R,?1' riTr thomas (XHnMftiS C P. WORCESTER -CO.f Piblshri? I i - - ; - , - ! - -J- -4 i.UL.iMJJaptain COLBY. - - - - KANSAS. VHAT WORTH THE WINNING. "That has the world worth winning? v What for our hopes and fears? JWhat payment is all-sufficient For the care and toil of years? What that is true and fadeless i Have we when the day is dona , . I!TotelloC.thehearand,burdcn j v . In the blaze of. the noonday sun? - .'What has the world worth 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 July 1886

fflefif Kf irfe;' im y J 5y..iW?raR?y:iP'SVyKS".kf.i v n, isr - J&&&, " - ; vr- iffiOMAS COUNTY OAT. 3&afwom"tt''lt' ' t. F. WORCESTER CO.Publlsher COLBY. ..... . KANSAS BY THE JOB AND BY THE DAY. O, listen to the swinging flail Through all the livelonjr day: its strokes beat out a merry scale Ot music light and gay; "With the quick returning tanpings. How it patters on the grain, Use the restless, nervous rapplnga Of the raindrops on the pane! -Frora the Hushing of the morning Till the stars the tol er greets, Comes the happy, joyous stoppings On the floor in rap d beats: Ivory hint of respite scorning Still the whirling arm is seat -On its mission, ever warning That no time for plav is spent; Tor the ringing and the singing, As of kettle on the hob, ;JIarW the swift unbroken swinging 'Of the work done "by the job," Uy the job, by the job, by the job, job, job 'Tis the working without shirking By the job. listen to the slow strokes of the flail, I 1 ke the booming o...

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 July 1886

5Ern 1lr &tfc piirisw-ri "-3W-M"S-5 -. . in ' - v,rzT'&8&:. wWrri: femwtwK Tprz&&&&k& z-z&z --e :"hi C&r Ifr- WMldll ItWIM. Heaty rain Friday evening, whick is enjoyed by everybody in Western Kansas. Mr. Munn is having a well dug on his claim. Mr. Ward is "doing the work. Also Mr. Sharp is having him a well dug. Plastering is the order of the day in this vicinity. Married Blood Boger. At Kev. Armstrong's; July 10th, 1886, Miss Lindy Blood to Mr. Jonas Boger,Rewj . Armstrong officiating. Wonder how John Samnelson and Wilfeer Meyers enjoyed the pie and cake. Trapping badgers is all the go in this neighborhood at present There was another Sunday school organized in this neighborhood, at Mr. Witham's, to be held in Mr. Omara's house. It proves to be a success. Wonder what the yonng man thought that was out buggy riding with two young ladies, when he fell out of the buggy. Report says that he did not swear, but the first words he said when he got o...

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. — 5 August 1886

Cat. VOL. II. NO. 22, COLBY, THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 5th, 1886. $1.50 PER YEAR. fggTuZL. FKENCH, President. B. L. RIDDLE, Secretary at' mPi 1$ Thomas if iHi XAAlffC? 5. j:ii H'v a m rii ft'i I'm iri j-iwi . gr m mmu it v 1 eMA&&M0r tan tiMCttAfeft L4 ICASH PAID-FOR LAND. , LOANS MADE IN A DAT BY --, THE TUAM A O iY I MTTV T;.AWr ATCTTI' I AAW fA C0LB7, - KANSAS. s is S5 l m iJV Money loaned on chattel security. Deeded Land, School Land, Homestead, Preemption and Timber claims for sale. We want too relinquishments. Leave your land with us at a fair price and we will get a customer for you. Taxes paid for non-residents. Office at BANK OF COLBY. HARRY MOYKR, "1 T ANUFACTtTRER OP BOOTS & SHOES n I All -ttm lnrkkt eft lncln iin rtrftl nnrl SPirwl !, IV I shoes and boots Repairing' prompt!) ' U1IU JIUIUIV UVUUUIUII. UUllllg IIUU s-.iu- j.Y'-al years experience in thebuiupas, I cansafc f "3y guarantee satisfaction, 1? Pirst Door Eiist of A-J- AUen's Co1 " y W.R....

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. — 5 August 1886

mwmwrfmm lArS Ci-J Wfr. rS3T,2MS fr- ; . m w wt- THOMAS COUNTY OAT. - PORTER & HOVEY, Publishers. COLBY. KANSAS. THE ROADSIDE SPRING. Tall houses crowd the rislngr yround, where stood the woods before. But still unchanged the crystal spring and as jt was of yore ... The yellow log through which It wells, its bot tom strewn with sand. The gourd hung on the alder bough, so ready to the hand. The lush-grass growing on the edge, the bushes drooping low It Is the same old roadside spring of fifty j ears ago. Here one time was the grazing farm where I wus born and bred: There stood the farm-house they have built a mansion there instead; This street was once the turnpike road, o'er which in drought or rain There used to pass, on creaking wheels, the Conestogawain: And here, however gtven was he a stronger draught to take. The driver always stopped awhile his cease less thirst to slake. How frequent, on my way to'school, I tarried at the brink, And looked within its crystal depth before...

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. — 5 August 1886

jXXIl ? :'i m rRi " K6 55 tv HgS isst- 13- & i ii j" i M' iH r M & 'THOMAS COUNTY CAT. PORTER & HOVEY, Publishers. , s COLBY. ... - - KANSAS. A COQUETTE'S QUESTIONS. Not by Mrs. Brownlnjr.l "Do you know you have asked for the costliest tiling Thatfiishion has ever devised -For a. WMiiau s love, with her many bills, which are never undersized? I3o you know you have asked for this costly thing With the cheek of a millionaire. 'TorgettIn;rtou have but a thousand a year Its myriad burdens to bear? " Tou have asked my affection, my hand and my heart; (Ah! what is a heart, by the way?) Now stnnd at the bar where my doggie pre sides, ' And answer my questions to-day. "Tou require that I take your detestable name And become Mrs. .Tones evermore " Will you buy me a bonnet whenever 1 ask. And never find fault with the score? ""You require that I love but my doggie and jou, And give up my flirting and fun: Will ou build us a house on the Fifth av enue I'll marry you when It is done...

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. — 5 August 1886

:fsv f'- x. A 4- " !' K -y V .-VT''; S 8 1 Br Money to Loan on THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. PORTER & HOVEY, Publishers. i. O. O. F. CuHlIjrlit lodge 2C0.273, meets rejplarlj-every JTucdav evening' sit Bean s Hall, at i o clocx iiirited to attend nTn Aliinenmers uj. mcuiuu m. .wiu...j COUNTY DIRECTORY. Clerk James N. Pike, Treasurer X. D. Bean. . Bejristerof Deeds John A. Irwin. Superintendent Public Ins't W . VT. Walker. Jlepresentative W. H. Copcland. Attorney W. G. Porter. Sheriff W. H. Kinpvry. Probate Judjre M. L. Laccy, Clerk District Court E. J. Paine. Sun ej or T. P. Chambers. Coroner M. McGreevy. ( FinnkPmjrree, Ch'n. Commissioners M. W. Witbam. I K. T. Heminjr. CITY DIRECTORY. Mayor M. Donelan. Clerk Fred P. Greene. Treasurer H. W. Miller. Marshal Win. Hrcy. pniioo .Tuiinn X. J. Adams. fDr. Dr. v. 1. .uwarus, T. P. 1'cehan, Councilmen -! W. W. alkcr, j Dr. C. E. Corporan, 1 liobt. McGonittal. Gov. Foraker of Ohio favors Sena ator Sherman for President James Cr. Blaine ts to o...

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. — 5 August 1886

A-J'j-iijM Jk OT rt' ,L Tr " w -i 5 v'S "rT""'T " ;sr - . -. - i- i,t -- v "u .ars, & - V "S&i5S ' -s?SS ya3 V2 k r , isi-s- &i. if- m ra us s rl is? i? .w . pAl IN" iCK i? I"TJ. 2 fcft ' M Ml &k! JSft bv7ia 'fil! i&& " j bb f -? f IS ls iii i; & i ,& ftfej W m Ef5 -V4 M aa rV- r 2. l t It? J .Hj A a S5E- II THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. POUTER & HOVEY, Publishers. Local Hews. Rain. Plenty of rain. Horse racing daily. Litigation is on the increase. A Gr-at mam are proving up now. Mr. Lent has leased the"Windsor Hotel. The copious rain makes the air quite cool. Great excitement over horse racing last week. Rain again, reaching all over the coun ty. iliss Morgan is very low, hut will prob abty recover. Frank Ladd. of Quickville, lost a $200 mare last week. Injunction is the favorite remedy out in Sherman county. Iowa and other states cry drouth hut western Kansas says plenty of rain here. Jim Summers and "W. H. Summer were in town Saturday. See Hayes &...

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. — 5 August 1886

TtSfS SfcWfc iuf" rr - " .. ' ' !- " ! .. n ' " "'"' ' & " J i-J I I?' IS I II f i 5. u tj 8 x I' $UE OUit YOUNG EEADEES. THEORY. T theoretic turtle started out to seethe Be came tb a stop at a liberty-polo in the middle of the road. "Row howr, in the name of the sportine whale." the indignant turtle cr.ed, "C-n I climb this pcrpeudicular cliff, and set on tne other side? "If I only could make a biff balloon, Td lightly over it fly: Or a very Iou' ladder miffht reach the top, though it does look fearfully bitch. "If a bearer were in mr place, he'd gnaw a passage through w itli his teeth; Jean t do that, but Lean dig a tunnel and pass beneath' He was dtggins his tunnel, with might and uiiiin. when a dojr looked down' at the hoe. "The eaa.cst way, my fr.end." said he, "is to walk around the pole " --A. It. Weils, in St. Xidiolas. A BOY HERO. T,Vhat Tommy Brown Did to Protect Ills Little Krother. He was only six years old, little Tommy Brown. His father was a pioneer out in. Oregon...

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. — 5 August 1886

Pwr-l ?S&'atB:SKE 'fftVifii tWTA'" VH5?'..',C -AV.- ttVl ' .v-a."-. -..'v-ift-r. r,iU.i. "i-." - T" ST 'r.AEW&GC. -MSK2r Mj, -'! '7 i&S..VXs&a Vv' j. ' i&t "".SV 3 i' jv" ; t Tf -vyyjwti t 4 ' - : i r ; x "i ,-.;? ?. itm ."tiV iS5a .- ' ETr EiST ,?, fcV i'. S :vi r" fl -EEIIGIOTJS BEADlisU BLIND ATHEISM. Hie ran shines on the i at era; and the waters to tho wall Of piy poor cabin, narrow, dark and small, ilmg a perpetual unpurposed liow Of luminous pulses dancing- to and fro; And from the wa:l the muj-njckeriuK show Shoots to m , e e, Far traveled from Its fountain in the sky suppose me born and bred In such small homo. Cabined and oribbed, with never a look out- eide Into the heaving t de. Or upward to the bright expati3lve dome hich men call Heaven, what should I say of Light.' Ta say, belike, it was a tangled maze 01 freakish raj s, flitting about to feed my wondering gaze, Hedecmed such-wise from Chaos and old INight .A bright confusion without law or rule, A...

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. — 5 August 1886

ifSP -v 'r .mM!? 2t .-assays? r.-. y T .as g.y.,, m -?fJ-y,'arlp ; gg a? t& K- 58 I ,?& s Ti:1 iv 1 m s; la fui cwl m mi m m j City Meat Market ! T. P. FEEHAN. Fresh and cured meats for sale at all Times. Colbt, Kansas. Grocery Store ! W. H. AUCHER. SA good selection of fresh groceries, also cany some clothing and dry goods. Coal for sale at Reasonable Prices. OTTERBOURNE, - KANSAS. N. J.. ADAMS1 RED FRONT Furniture Store. Keeps in stock a full line of Bed Eoom Sets, Uureaus, wardrobes, lounsres. tables, fancy stands, wash stands, and everything belonging to the Furniture Trade. ALL ORDERS IK UNDERTAKING Promptly and carefully filled. Also accent for all kinds of SCHOOL FUR NITURE, for Thomas Kane & Co., the largest factory in the world. School directors of this and adjoin ing counties will find it profitable to see or correspond with me before pur chasing. Remember the Red Front. COLBY, KANSAS. N. J. ADAMS, Prop. FARM LOANS! For chei .in loav me, cal rom one to five ye ...

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. — 12 August 1886

tf v5nS5 -V P jw;k an "..5a K COUNTy Thomas Cat v a SyL. II. NO. 23, COLBY, THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 12th, 1886. $1.50 PER YEAR. E?OL FRENCH, President R. L. RIDDLE, Secretary. ." " IP? ' F U! PCASH PAID FOR LAND. - LOANS MADE IN A DAY. BY - THE THOMAS COUNTY LAW iA.NI? .LiOAN -C0LB7. - "ZAHSAS. Money loaned on chattel security. Deeded Land, School Land, Homestead, Preemption and Timber claims for sale. We want ktlL Tn rplinnniQVimpnt; T rPVP tmnr mnri with 11c if 1 fnr- rr'me anrl -wrt will nvf o rnctnmpr fnr vmi mypc risiirl frr rirnieirlorifo Office at BANK OF COLBY. iKL .wiv f A m. s HARRY MOYER, 'ANUFACTUREIt OF BOOTS &, SHOES All the latet stles In pegged and sewed shoes and boots Repairing promptlj and neatly executed. Harlncr had set er- al years experience in thebuiiunss, I can safe ly guarantee satisfaction, m flf First Door East of A. J. Allen's, Colby. W.R. SMITH , Wagon Maker COLBY, KS. All kind of wagon work done prompt" Ily. Material Always on Hand ...

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