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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 12 August 1886

-v Kw S!. i"-r r I' I l! THOMAS, COUNTY OAT. C P. WORCESTER CO., Publishers. COLBY. - - - - - - KANSAS. SYMPATHY. As out into the nijrht we stepped. And turned our faces toward the town. The stars (That hitherto had slept Unscenj looked swly down; And the pale moon threw off the cloud Within whose folds her light was lost, Awakened by the whisperings loud That thrilled the starry host. For they, their sister, she. her child I'eheld in thee, Orad ant inaid. lhan whom a fairer star ne'er smiled In Heaven, then earthward strayed! But when I mark the deep unrest That lurls within thy lustrous eyes, I question if that choice was best Which led thee troin the skies; Tor there thy steadfast sisters dwell. Forever br ght and strong and froe. Unmoved thoujrh tempests rise and swell, Calm as ctern.ty; "Whilst thou who chose another part, Jind all that plitter ng- state res sned To wear on earth a woman's heart And si mpathet.c mind Must suffer not those ills alone lhat even selfish lutures be...

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. — 12 August 1886

fi,v rv fr ywpyK T'TrSfw- -&S.C ywitsf ?& '4 - '.3 --- . JfC iK' v..' & is n. m W4s $3 It fc iv JU THOMAS COUNTY OAT. C P. WORCESTER CO., Publishers. OOLBY. - m m KANSAS. THE FUNNY MAN. The "f nnny man" sat In his easy chair, But the chair wasn't easy to hfm; For his eyes were fixed in a vacant glare, And his lace was dark and grim. I've written 'em up, an I've written 'cm down The Mother-! n-Law and the Dude, Chicago girl's boot and the Congressman's loot. And the Young Wife's slack-baked food. My liver is torpid. I'm losing in girtb. My brain's slowly oozing away: I O the ghnstliest joko on this whole wide earth Is this being funn'i far pay!' ' He s'ts to-day in his easy chair With a smile on his plump, round cheek, a here's an unctuous roll in his voice when e'er He laughs or ho tries to speak. )Tor he writes "Death Xbt.ces one line rer dime," And he pens all the clejrics sad: Be revels in "Acodcnts," 'Murders" and "Crimes," J And "One More Good Man Gone Bad!" As ho w...

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. — 12 August 1886

e-:;" ?:.... "?T-n'-riirei: E p3y - fTP'Sfi V-C --- V, ?$Siplf rsy 1&- F .... r- . 1-5. JSAriSt't kj,7 a : J i&j 3s" ' 5 h I. O. O. F. Cunlight Lodge No. 273, meets regularly every Tuesday evening at Bean's Hall, at 7 o'clock p.m- All members of the order are cordially invited to attend. COUNTY DIRECTORY. Clerk James N. Hke, Treasurer N. D. Bean. Register of Deeds John W. Irwin. Superintendent Public Ins't W. VT. Walker. Representative W. H. Copeland. Attorney IV. G. Porter. Sheriff W. H. Kingery. Probate Judge M. L. Lacey, Clerk District Court E. J. Paine. Surveyor T. P. Chambers. Coroner M. McGreevy. ( Fiank Pingree, Ch'n. Commissioners M. W. Withain. ( B. T. Heming. Strayer. Deeds of Kindness, Era Ryan. The little Boy who Died, Anna Mentlick. Old Santa Claus Visit, Hattie Hur lock. Little Jack Horner, George Cham bers, Elsie Middleton, FrankieLupfer, Katie Mentlick. Song, must we part. Clora C. Smith, Teacher. CITY DIRECTORY. Mayor M. Donelan. Clerk Fred P. Greene. Treasu...

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. — 12 August 1886

THOMASCAT-SUPPLEMENT. C0LBr THOMAS CO. KANS. THURSDAY, AUGUST 12, 18SG. We had the largest rain of the sea-' am0n thTm 5 fonte wells and some building now houses son hist Friday. It rained five inches I joh ftiim" hna B . Mr- Bruus building one 16x32 feet, and the fanners are feeling good over ' Pohnd 0, tT" i ' .Mn Thmas is the Tland-V "neklaver the same. There is prmtlKwn. for a good crop of corn and millet t Sled stock I? pnit m fnU 3,Ir' Middleton has gone to Nebraska We were sorry to hear of the dsath SlSTl ?5.d l"0"--1 to dispose of his corn, of which he I,a or Mr. uarrough. one of our most re-1 at- tx :. " . " ... "m4 quite a lot. snantwl r.itin.r TI,o f,.,:i.. i..,., .... :'" -""iniiguiu is puttlllg down a dWcst svmplthy in their saVloss. Se " Mr. Johnson, of Oberlin, made us a i a " -i.i . , Hying call. lie was highly nleased i,, "M i " xa"m uere.Tas ' The Rev. Mr. with the country, and said it was the not lon " ' W, !! s ' , , n lns claims m SootI sbrtPC- He finest he ha-1...

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. — 12 August 1886

1 -'r't1ri-Tli nir-TTii.il j! . nfi - T-rni rr I rtl nl.oll-ootr-lwMUftl: n JiJ JJ5,S2SbH!Mon suite at f Vad 11185 IW THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. PORTER & HOVEY, Publishers. Cem Cleanings Mr. Keck has sold his cattle, and wants to go to see his girl's folks. Smith Woodcock still lives,although he was reported dead a few days ago. Mr. Hoback was here to-day, as lively as a cricket. He is plowing his stubble ground, and has the largest crop in these parts. He has about 80 acres of corn, and it all looks well. Mr. Disbrow has gone to visit his sister, who lives in Nebraska. Mrs. and Miss Fox and Miss Carrie Barnhill are visiting a daughter and sister in Sherman count-, Kansas. Mr. Crawford's child is getting bet ter. Pleasant View Sabbath school is prospering under Mr. William Wood cock, Superintendent. He gave the school a sad and interesting address last Sabbath. We hope it will still increase and much good be done. The Prairie View Sabbath school, held at Mr. Ed Omara's, was largely ...

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. — 12 August 1886

rcsH-St s 7, w VSnShi -St-ST! -tA"6-. 5?r "2.3. ; fc i .-'t - s-:a 'j- ?t.v:'K. ?i mi .rx :rcj ? . rt.-Krjt.acir .r.neci7r ' M7i. ft i i I n mip n nun n p i i mm !'' w !! in nw ii'i . pj wi iwipii wmmKmmmmmmmaimMBmmmi ? , ,.,-, - sraww i$Ps MjlipppapgMiapMfc-Mpw"pwpM"'111'1 'tJC'iHE&l is ' I Urn- mm 'THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. PORTER- & HOVEY, Publishers. Local Hews. A carload of apples was brought into the city on Monday.. Mr. S. W. Parrish brought in a wagon load of watermelons on Monday. Mrs. Ellis Adamson was blessed with a bright little boy last week. Mr. Bruce, formerly our reliable car penter, now of Gopher, was in the city Monday. The city marshal should look after some of the nuisances in the way of hog yards. Mr. Nbrthrup. one of our popular bar bers, is jubilant over the advent of a lit tle girl. C. H. Olds is suffering from a cactus that he got in his foot last September, while on his way out to Thomas count'. Mr. Marvin Uiskin, from Sutton, Neb., is here looking for...

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. — 12 August 1886

5- -.-. . . I Z- H 1 I I FEMININE VAGARIES. 4 Inpatient Yoaar UHjr and M Obtlte Old Sscas-Kter. There are perhaps few places where one may more easily study human nature in a variety of phases than at .the railway stations, and there is per haps no branch of human experience in which the ethereal vagaries of the feminine mind are more fully displayed than in the ingenuity shown in the in vention of mistakes and wrong-headed-ncss at the stations. I was recently the involuntary listener to a con troversy between an exceedingly irate young woman and a baggage-master, which may serve to illustrate what I mean. The young woman wished to claim a trunk which she said belonged to her, but the check for which had been thoughtlessly left in a hand bag which a friend had taken down, town shopping. The young woman, wlio was pretty, vivacious and of remark ably inlcfiigcnt expression, explained to the baggage-master, and incidentally to a line of waiting people, half of whom were in danger of pa...

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. — 12 August 1886

V'TJrPS . .. , . ' -w l 5! -. VI ft---mm tr, ift iV m SVv IT . 5 H m 9? LU ii rA T fr. A-WlR HTTP VfiTTWH tTtt ATlsTDa 1 3F-.i$y w"" vw" -a.vrv.vB Jiiiinajimi & :-T,?"-2 i DOLLIE'S SAD FATE. I ted long- golden tresses, and trim lltUe dresses. And j es tbut were brilliant and bine: I bad neat l.ttle feet, and a figure complete; Bat my charms now, alas, are but few. 1 re been knocked, I've been battered, my uoso has been shattered ; My smile has been turned to a leer: X? "en " at on, I've tempted the cat on To carry me oa by the ear! , The moments I treasure, when beaming -with Pleasure, My mistress turns kindly to me. And, so great her bliss li, I'm covered with kisses. She bugs me and chatters with glee. But wljen she s enrujred, she s ufttimes en pajred In boxing mi ears in her freak; My free, once so bloomy, is now pale and gloomy; She i knocked all the p:nk off my cheek. Apart from this chidinar, she's always confiding-Her joj s and her sorrows to me; 6he brjnjrs brother Lica...

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. — 12 August 1886

3aS?'?3wj?wwS v. s-r- w? .v.: j'3y.',! . ? a '.rtaeaa ? Dont forget that the Central Drug Store keeps a full stock of paper and en velopes, toilet articles, perfumeries and every thing in their line. They have at the Palace toilet articles that will creditably adorn any house from a sod house to a mansion. "When you want a feed of corn, a sack of flour or bushel of potatoes go to Gam ble & Co's flour & feed store. Goodsoe loans money on chattels and real estate. Money the day the papers are signed at E, P. "W Worcester's, at the office of Duff & Reed. Call on Boerncr for boots and shoes. He means just what he says every pair is warranted. Call on I. H. Bullers for hardware. Inflammation otthe Stomach. And in the inflammatory stages of dysen tery no better or safer medicine has been ound than Begg's diarrhoea balsam. It prepared expressly to relieve all in flammation of the stomach and bowels, and does not leave the bowels constipat ed. Always keep the best on hand, it co...

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. — 19 August 1886

I W l I !! I III HI II ll I IH DHraRKt.C'. Tfliff III' i W Willi l"H H Hill II iF1 ' pill I I 1 1 I in II MBP IHIWHI "III I 1111 I ! I "TTir'H" TflTITrTBIbl I il T TTT IT l-mM I I I 1 1 I : T : rtt js rTT Willcoxon & Qo. havejnggey, to loaaonReaLEstate please remember. Get your money now,, while-you can. rf J kvTfiSE is if ViT-SS'L. v?S. -:?i4?4?1 m cr 53V COUNTy 1 Thomas l -V( IV.J im i VOL. IL NO. 24, COLBY, THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 19th, 1886. $1.50 PER YEAR. LrJj. FRENCH, President. & L.- KIDDLEr Secretary. pgpgppipp Cat ra'iiM) n Am W A i 1T0 ? LJ I v 1 -f T2 y 1 jf, f V r.i J q& &il iffijJjJffinK fsyfVn i-C- EEM rodftft WrKii vw JM CCTlOii Miij fcixg frtn. Ifftfi 1 AOTJ Tm TTX Ti-wO T Jl VAan i-ii-f rvn iutruis. BYTHETHOMASCOUNTYLANDAXTD LOANCCh Money loaned on 100 relinquishments. W. G. PORTER, Attorney at Law Notary Public. t3PATllaiHl business promptly and accurate ly.done and -etUibf act ion guanwted. M. R LESSENGER, il ff " Attorney and Coun...

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. — 19 August 1886

w ? ' V U.", J i." ' ' -fr, st- ,' v,J '-J'-1 V ,a57I - C V S'' .. " f .TH!."VT J f- SvT .r WJ. .A. 7 .K, v?U r -'S St- f- - fl L f RELIGIOUS READING. THE FIRST PSALM. IBlcst Jb the man that hath not walked, Nor in the ways of stnnoiS stood: In counsels or ungrdly talked. Nor found the Beat of scoruers gooo. But his dclirht fs In the lw Of God, who l.uoweth righteous ways; . .And prosp'rinfir always in this law Will exercise him all hid dayu. Xlkc tree, firm planted by the brook. Brings forth his fruit in season due: .His leaf also keeps preen, and. look! Sbuii prosper whatsoo'cr he da It is not so with wicked mon: The unirodly shall not till the land: The wind ltUo chaff shall scatter them Who in His judgment can not stand. The ungrodly man shall perish ouite. The Lord alone the righteous knows; All sinners hide them from HI sijrht, Who proudly vanquishes Ils foes. A", u. Ttmea-ZhmocraL m TWO PATHS. living for the Cratillcatlon of Seir, and Lit ins fr tue Good f Other. A biography ...

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. — 19 August 1886

5H5?$311ll "esartjc- - !(' mmcmm .g&v err SArtt ' & . itfc fcfl r- K&. k-MX't, s.: itts& kscei FOE 0E YOUNG RTCADTR SAVlHG. AND DOING. WHAT DAIST SAID. "" tt I'd a carnage all my own," Said little Daisy Wood, rra sure I would not ride alone. Like Miss Rebecca Hood: I a ask poor people, huge and small, no never go to ride ut all; I'd be bo kind aud good." WHAT DAISY DID. "Oh! take vour dirty dolly. Den, And don t j ou ever dare To put her lu my cart again iih lot ely Lady Clare: That horrid tlnug all r-sre and dint. Has soiled my iadv'edrcssand inured Her pretlv golden hair!" Eintna v. Uincd. in Our Little Out. A HOUSE OF SHELL. The Many Wonderful Thing? Packed in One Little Box. Most of the curious things you pick up on the seashore arc really wrecks deserted houses, cast-off clothes, or outgrown cradles and retreats of some of the many strange and wonderful creatures thai live in the sea. If we could read the tales they might tell we bhould have a more "fascinating ...

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. — 19 August 1886

3rsar ctfVjiS1 -5- v?- Js i "' ."I-se: vr.r-ss "--- s " 3 r:J.-'Jr"s-irjjr-; - r- 1 . "" 3 XlM rgtettA?i 4- Mh T JZ-Z ' 5 ' -v v-i , "V -Vr1 fc; Wrvria4:iB ajyv-ta.-ir&g:; X.'ipjregyss?& ' i&r &&m & r I. O. O. F. Canlight LodgeKo.2i3,Tneets regularly every "Tuesday evening at Bean's Hall, at 7 o'clock p. m. All members of the order are cordially Invited to attend. COUNTY DIRECTORY. Clerk James K. Flke, Treasurer N. D. Bean. Begister of Deeds John W. Irwin. Superintendent Public Ins'tW.W. "Walker. Bepresentative 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. McGrcovy- ( Fiank Pingree, Ch'n. Commissioners -c M. V. Witham. I K. T. Homing. CITY DIRECTORY. Mayor M. DoDelan. Cleik Fred P. Greene. Treasurer J. E. Meglemre Marshal Wm. Htrvey. Police Judge N. J. Adams. fDi-.W. M.Edwards, I J- . P. Fechan, Councilmen W. "V. Walker, I Dr. C. E. Corporan, t Mob...

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. — 19 August 1886

?-t vse -- st--. " ?& . t"1- Ss ""4 '"-""..- - " Q' .4JJV VI " "i KM "v?"' 1 4 m -. vsarfa?, a 4"isr-SiA . 5asPjtsesw!rtNw! f.HEflterga'-iisqsfrfr'W r- MH ii ITHE THOMAS COUNTY CAf fj -a PORTER & HOVEY, Pub)ishers The pioneer grocer, M. Donelan, has decided to remain in business for anoth er year, at least, and will be found attHc old stand. Mr. Donelan was the firit man to ensraee in business here, and his liberal and obliging manner hasmai nosis oi menus. More Rain! On Monday last we had a terrible thutt, tier storm, such as is seldom seen here. It Tained hard for five hours steady. If, God is ever partial, he is to northwestern Kansas this year. Encouraging report,. come in irom all parts or tue countj mat there is plenty of rain, and crops of all kinds aie assured. JNbw is the time W come to western Kansas. rf ",. y- till please bKKLAK. -; THE JHOMAS COUNTY CAT. PORTER & HOVEY, Publishers. The Cat office did a large job of printS ing for the Sherman Hotel, Sherman Ce...

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. — 19 August 1886

&VgflaJitC'J CJB3BSTavfga8WMWsagCTK .pns."!?!?! r??&gg&z? arfr ts?3 Ss-,J F- -r - ,-ic ' -i ''. s ?- - i-fe cjp-; f.r: . - ""-.' ""V"J'-" -3T-r v-Z .. t " j- . . -fJ"--1-s,a.- -- t ".,- fcK" J " . ft f. '?- I. O. O. F. reguiaar all, at fjD srare oil Outfight Lodge No. S73, meets to OTiipRfiftr Rvfitiinar at Bean's Hal v. m. All members of the order are invited to attend. COUNTY DIRECTORY.?! . d $ Clerk James N. Rke, Treasurer N. D. Bean. "Remster of Deeds John W. Irwin. Superintendent Public Ins't W.W. "W Eepresentativc W. H. Copeland. t Attorney W. G. Porter. I Sheriff W. H. Kingcry. I Probate Judge M. L. Lacey, Clerk District Court E. J. Paine. Survej or T. P. Chambers. Coroner M. JIcGrcevy. ( Fiank Pingree, Ch'n Commissioners M. "VV. Witham. I K. T. Homing. CITY DIRECTORY. Mayor M. Donelan. Cleik Ficd P. Greene. Trcasurei J E. Megleinre Marshal Wm. Hin ti . Police Jud,?c N". J. Adams. fDi. AW 31. Edwards, I T. P. Feeli in, Councilmcn -i . W. Walker, Dr. CD Corpoian, t...

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. — 19 August 1886

FKfe. r -, rw -WV i. -, " ' . -r ...sSKaWaast ' 3?i K mtv t a m w fci v S itS ?-& BISSj- L I- !', k ; --, -TO jh r IV& V 0 -4 IK; : V V. I THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. m S POUTER & HOVEY, Publishers. The pioneer grocer, M. Donelan, has decided to remain in business for anoth er year, at least, and will be found at the old stand. Mr. Donelan was the first manto engage in business here, and by lis liberal and obliging manner has made hosts of friends. More Rain! On Monday last we had n terrible thun der storm, such as is seldom seen here. It Tained hard for five hours steacfy. If God is ever partial, he is to northwestern Kansas this year. Encouraging reports come in from all parts of the"county that there is plenty of rain, and crops of all kinds are assured. 2sow is the time to come to western Kansas. The Cat office did a large job of print ing for the Sherman Hotel, Sherman Center, Kans. 3Ir. L. J Gamly is pro prietor. The Sherman Center people have enterprise, and the report...

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. — 19 August 1886

Jf'tSV' " aT i-- C iftl iil I i? IB i& It THOMAS COUNTY OAT. PORTER 4 HOVEY, Publisher. COLBY. ------ KANSAS. THE SUMMER MAN. In summer, at the mountains blue. Where life is fair, but men, are few. He ffayly sport, he baa bis day; And by the sad sea wave also He is a much-admired beau Until the season fades away. Re dresses in the height of style. There's fascination in his smile. He's nimble in the giddy dance; He picnics plans with ready skill. With love-makinps he plas s at will. But is not hurt by Cupid's lance. He wins the good-will of mammas, The dark suspicion of papas He waives away with graceful tact; He sings love songs with tender power. He alw ays wears a little flower. He knows loth bow to speak and act. At archery, in tennis court. He rivals all in the gay sport. But pirns so that the faire&twins; And yet, througn some most subtle art. The vanquished belles still take bis part. And leave biin witb unpunished sins. But summer joys, alas! are brief: He's cut down...

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. — 19 August 1886

I--3 Kvswajgsg $ x&j mfKj . V j T " VTlT n S: i rfffi r v - g&- Kr - " .A1 j y u it tt- j lrf r- K.V t UT i -ncesx "THOMAS COUNTY OAT. PORTER ft HOVEY, Publishers. COLBY. ------ KANSAS. 'WOULD MAKE THINGS LIVELY. . If I were a railroad bralccraan I'd holler the stations so plain That the man who was g-ninjr to Texas - ..WouId S c,car through to Maine. ra open the door of thesmokitiir car . rnd Id ive nim sucn a mighty roar That the passengers back in the sleeper Would all fall out on the floor: For I couldn't afford a tenor voice. And I couldn't afford to speak 'In the sweet, soft tones of Jtohuu harps For eleven dollars a week. If I were a bMrgageni aster I'd rattle the trunks about: Td stand them up in the corner And I'd tear their bowels out. 1 would pull the handles out by the roots, 1 would kick their corners in. And strew their stuffing: all round the car. And make them lank and thin. Tor 1 couldn't afford to wear kid gloves, Nor put soft pads on my feet. Nor to handle...

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. — 19 August 1886

KJMga'gwraapi 33PPP2H s jfc.1."i' Dont forget that the Central Drug 'Store keeps a full stock-of paper and en velopes, toilet articles, perfumeries and every thing in their line. Gasoline and coal oil at the Central. Ladies, examine our stock of dress goods at the Great Western Dry Goods and Grocery House. Croquet sets at the Centrel Drug Store. A full supply of boots and shoes at Boerners. Every pair warranted. Man ufacturer of boots and shoes. Repairing promptly and neatly done. Next door south of Walker's drugstore. Goodsoe loans money on chattels and real estate. Call on Boerner for boots and shoes. He means.just what he says every pair is warranted. Call on I. H. Bullers for hardware. Alias Notice No. 590G. TJ. S. Land Office Wakeeney, Kans July 23, 1886. Complaint having been entered at this office by Peter C. Weber againsts Charles B. Boguc lor abandoning bis homestead Entry JoV7702 dated May 0, 1885. upon the se qr sec, 10 town 10 south, range 33 west in Thomas county, Kansa...

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. — 26 August 1886

-- y ' i'V-,1"1 STj, 't'fP.J rssr'- wa?f l5 ;r Willcoxon & Co. have -money to loan on Real Estate please remember. Get your nioney now, while yo.O&rii Triiro zimm COUNTy i A: V?; " "i-: - - - - - jEtt , i" w-)' .1)Bi"t "5? 87 A '!3wi: r -. 1 VOL.IL NO. 25, COLBY, THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 26th, 1886. 51.50 PER YEAR. ' w - r Thomas Cat P fr V i5 1 ft V hA m L.3L. FRENCH, President feAj K. L, RIDDLE; Seeretarji RP A 11 JUjSfT A 111 m PlW 3!ftIlL HRw' ; Jwmtivtm ws fW B HBSw WwSvV ffflP fwHIP Ill xll if jppi jJA-iL f ILBi IMaalk MM c&XJk JjU li. J!l -. JSUla mm f sk mm wmmmwmESL m wmmrnjmmm mmm x ;-!l k i 1 MB 11 VM JrlrlL J?m k vw M a WL WxM m - CASH PAID FOR LAND. , LOANS MADE IN A DAY. BYTHETHOMASCOUNTYLAND AND LOAN CO. C0LB7, - ZjUTSAS. ff r tml W . Money loaned on chattel security. Deeded Land, School Land, Homestead, Preemption and Timber claims for sate.- We want 100 relinquishments. Leave your land with us at a fair price and we will get a customer for...

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