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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 14 October 1886

i 1 $100,000 TO LOAN OIT FARMS, v . m -.-r :. ,,f ' :S , . dlt)iiid Parties wanting money to prove up with, or for any other purpose, can have it at the VERY LOWEST RATES, NO GOLD BEARING BONDS, and money may.be paid before due. Before completing arrangements for money, besure and call on us. As it is to your advantage to do so. Office Adjoining Post Office COLBY KANSAS. IK c W ii THE THOMAS JOUNTY CAT, Official County And City Paper. PORTER & IIOVEY, Publishers. I. O. O. F. SUBliuht Loihri'No.273, meet regularly even Tuesday oveliin at Bcuh's Hall, at 7 o'clock p. in: All member:, of the order are cordially cbuHTYPJlRECTORY. ( lerl: Jnmw- N'- Vi:t 33 Treasurer N. fi. can. Hcj.-i.sti of D-ciI JolmW. Irwin. SuperiHteiiaont Vuliiic In't-W. W. Walker Hcpreseiitutive W. H. Copclund. Attorney W. G. Porter. Sheriff W. H. Kinery. Fnihatc .l-.n-e M. L. Laccv, Clerk District Court E. J. Paine. Surveyor r. P. Chambers. Coroner M. McGreevy. i t iaiiK nnsjreci u. rs J M. W. Witbam. Commissi...

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. — 14 October 1886

ZStt---ttoem!RfMZ8xa!tms f uruiune ou ciKUicideoui) Mails over i. iruiaMn-stmJi.wmjiMmmmm .,. .l.l-The.bcstflouiJiUliCLXitvustli(uItOCuJ r i T ' V?5& Thomas. ,, .toragt . Cat -SuppLBMENf . -?U4 sk-L&ZC fT . V Warkham-FerryJ ? M V ' h Totterbcurni Items-' ,; " claim "...i, wiuusi i,i3iuiiw j v ureai many 111 mese parts are mr. uonagan is having worse luck flowery banks proviugstip, which makes us more tax- than ever. They are now on the third a few words from the. of the gently flowing wise-man's' river of arctic tendencies, i e, to-wit: name- I Jy The North Solomon.' apicpropeny and less neighbors. hole. Mrs. Irwin commenced a three Mr. Trtimi, was in f, si,.rmn.. .1 months term of school "Wednesday, . lnt. wool- " ' Sent 0r0i it tho MnwiT srlinn1 lwtn:i ! n t t .. . . n - Altlimiirh thP l.f tn ,.,mrt t, ... ' TT. t ' " ", 7 :, , ' '. " ", I . ucu- -w-iuaner received news aim- of Thonm.onntyin thrift jUjoU- Tto . of ttfo herd law is 7or "reon! B" "Lpnse. On the contrary beli...

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. — 14 October 1886

THE THOMAS COUNTS CAT; PORTER & HOVEY, Publishers. Com Gleanings. Everybodj' happjr at John Rose's now. Mr. Rose says its a girl this time you bet, and he's so tickled he is just grinning at everything. Mr. Saddler and Bryan have got back home; also Mr. Gurwell and sou. Mr. I. F. Wilkie and his uncle took a trip out into Colorado and report that it is a nice country, they both secured a timber entry in town 9 range 46 and have gone back to Nebraska. Mr. Mallock failed on his proof, but will try it over again. T'1 ) was some parties got lost on oJay night. So you see that it is bad business to be out so late of a dark night. We have got one smart joung man in our part, he is smart enough to write a 3 oung lady a letter and tell foer she had better keep her mouth .shut So she says said young man "had better go slow or he will get sued for Breach of Promise. Quite a crowd out at the republican caucus at Ira Jennings, nearly one hundred, all had a jolly good time, all hut two partie...

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. — 14 October 1886

V jtltfwb gw ti 4Si F r ? i Vl a la!' r?s , V 4' 1 'SI - THE "THOMAS COUNTY CAT. PORTER & HOVEY, Publishers. By oversight the Republican cindidate for County Commissioners from their respective districts were not put in this count' ticket. They are in this week. They are all very superior men and the oversight will be overlooked by them we think. The Rail Roads are cutting and slashing in "Western Kansas for the Territory. No one railroad can hence forth rest su preme and hold all the trade. Each must fight for what it gets. Survival of the' fittest. Thomas county will have two Railroads. Hon. K. S. Xewell came in from Colly; last iwuruiiy. .jr. jevjn, anu,0thor gentlemen or means are eiectIjjy a nc brick hotel in Colby Uich will cut 811,000. R. S, .kcTifliasiasiic in his praise of Tho'limmXy :mj hcr pro5. itia. -Tankfoit liee. j. "W." Skinner of Kansas City Missouri and C. C. Gtilman of Marslialltowi). Iowa. both prominent railroad contractors "Were in the city recently looking...

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. — 14 October 1886

FOIL OUE YOUNG HEADERS. A WICKED STYLE. Tos, mamma, .res: do take Jt off! Its ei cs so coldly stare: A prettv bird so still and dead Indeed, 1 can not wear. Tor cverr time I bend my head I see one sort blue win?. TVliich brings roe thoughts of trees and flowers. And birds that sweetly sing-. 3'm nnpry, then, because my bird Was not allowed to fly Arid sine and swinjron waving trees beneath the summer sky. Tes. 3 es: I know it cost so much Five dollars did ou say? If 1 were rich I'd pive twico that To see it lly away. "But, mamma, tnoueh your purse is filled With coins that brlgrntly shine. They'll not brine back the stolen life To this poor bird of mine. That women's hearts are kind and good 1 hear most people sav. And vet they'll hae these dear birds killed To make themselves look gay. I'm sorry I'm a little j-irL Were 1 woman ktou n I would not buy dead birds, but pay To lime them let alone. JJut, mamma, please to Fashion write And tell her (do not mile!) That this is such a wicke...

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. — 14 October 1886

SMaHMMVHMHBeaMaHMMMBttKfeM 8-n I I 1 y f& 'f . -. KELIGIOUS READING. PSALM CXLVIII. Hallelujah! all unite. Praise Jehovah in the height! Prom the heavens let praise arise To the Maker of the skies. Praise Him, all ye angels bright, Praise Him. all ye stars of light! Praise Him, sun and moon, whose rays Beautify the nights and days. Pra'se Him, ye that upward soar, Heavens of heavens for ei ermorel Praiso Him, waters, of the sky. Stored in airy depths on high. let them praise His name, whose call Out of naught created all; Settled them by firm decree Since they first began to be. Praise Jehovah from the earth! Praise the power that gave you birth, All ye monsters of the main All the ocean's depths contain. Praise Him, fire and hail and snow, Mists and stormy winds that blow 0 cr sea and over land, Executing His command. Mountains and ye hillocks all, Fruitful trees and cedars tall, "1. Herds and Hocks the fields supply. Creeping things and birds that tly, Kings o'er nations holdi...

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. — 14 October 1886

Yorktown Items. Our items were delayed last week, and did not get around in time, but hope these - may get in in time to be printed. Another contest. The claim of Mr. Writers has a contest on it. His fam ily starts to-day from Michigan, to Thomas county, to make it their home. Will get here only to find it taken from them. Hope there is a law that will nve their home back to them. LT). Clavpoole is haulinjj his cane to the molas"ses mill. Mr. Worthing makes them. Mrs. Ed Sunday, from Seward, Neb., and Mrs. Moore, of Thomas count-, were guests of .Mrs. W. TI. Hull last week. Mrs. Sunday, it will be re membered, was the lady who lost her husband last spring. He died in Oberlin. Got that far with their goods. He was taken back dead. She has been out having a house built on her claim, on which she ifttends to make her home after nest spring. Mr. William Howell has his house finished except the plaster. He has his well augur about read- for work. A good many waiting on him. There was a c...

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. — 21 October 1886

unTrrvr n ii'r"'i,"rrTr!i)if i i. iTn n .1 iu&. n. .- r"y"sTJiM-ir -r Porter & Hbvey have money to loan on Real Estate please remember. Get your money now, while you can. r COUNTy Cat: ;0 4- ' ,. oi' ifta IS', fe rs ? ? ' MS i lies n - Thomas & - yt Yk II 1L ,ft IS?-' Nf vi , ' '! : fV VOL' - .II. NO. 00-' rwnrw-Brz L. L. raESCiJ, to-i-e::r. .- J -4f,l 1 olMjrac-y loaned on ?"' !' .. We Give Aae.-1 . V 8 '1 it '-? v.. .'i. I'OUTJ!!, Attorney at i-av Notary Public. M. D. LESSEMGER : Aitomc-y ar (ounseiorat Law. 315J A v PUH' KO. :OODSOK. i Attorney j-nd Counselor at Law. XOTAIiY VUT'.hlC. Kcl F-t.!?o boinrht im l nM. Mor.ev lo.i: i T (n e)'utt'l :nnl imi! er.Utf s-cciuilj . Oyru'i: ovki: At.z.'ii:. &.-js' TOItt., Co1Td3t. - - ITcriscLS ;k7L jhddle" Atorney at Law, NOTARY PUCLIC. Ml ItiutN of Icvnil luipiiio- jnciujitly attend 0(5 to. tollecf.ons made in tliis and :idjoinm,r conntie-. Olliee at I!r.nkof Colby. SAIiiS "&WASHBMK, Attorneys at La w. 011:ceoei State Ha...

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. — 21 October 1886

- . r y "&Tf- i J I 3 in FOli OUE YOUNG BEADEES. AIMING. There were four little boys. Who started to go X Irom the very same spot To make tracks in tho snow. "Who made his paths straightcst, They laid in their plan, Of all the contestants Should be the best man. JTott, this little four "Were Philip and John. And merry-faced Harry, And somber-eyed Don: The best friends in the world. And full of invention - Jn play, but they seldom Were found in contention. f Well, they started together. And traveled along. But John, Don and Harry, In some way. went wrong: ' But Phil made his path Nearly straight, and they wondered, When all tried alike. Why they three had blundered. Then Philip replied: ', The reason you bee: Though no harder I tried To succeed than jou tlirco. X pushed lor that oaK. Going forward quite ready, 1 While i ou straggled on Without aim and unsteady." Now, you see, my "dear boys, What such lessons tenth If there is a point That you wish to reach, A position in life At ...

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. — 21 October 1886

at & ,ff, & f a J v, &a M' H, M V. iff $( I 'I !! ( tl f 'X I m lb , P ". . "I I I , I i ", P 1 :' M 't 35 J M 1! if EM' , , p jt i - jr. j 1 ' 3M !t BSj y 11X7' !' JL EEHGIOUS BEADING. AT SUNSET. ' !The sun is setting in the west. His rays are line'ring in the sky, Btil! nature now invites to rest. The hour for meditation's nigh. As rose the sun this morning bright. In cloudless sky, with cheerful beams. So, too, man enters into light, To shine amid earth's changing scenes. But ere the sun bad reached high noon, i Some cloudlets o'er his disc were thrown; His beams of light were hid too soon ,' To v lit the lilies lately mown. Thus ns we pass from morn to e'en Of life, we. too, expect the shades Of toil and sorrow will be seen. By all who run through life's dork glades. But as the lil'es lately mown Were shielded by the bidden sun, So God's great shadow will have thrown Protection o'er our lives begun. As sets the sun. let it remind Frail mortals of life' setting sun; 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. — 21 October 1886

' 100,000 FARMS. & T-' .? z m&i "fParties wanting money 'to prove up with,; or lor any.oineiuipube, uummvc iidi uic vtnr LUVYtai : ;: U UULU BLAKINla BUNU&, arid money may be paid before due. Before completing arrangements. for money, besure and call on us. j. . w to your advantage to do so. -V 1 " . v V- I ' n Office Adjoining Post Office fiOTRV V A WSAS. " mmmmw mm MBafliv ivaanri S ic! & W4it) w aai aii TOE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. Official County And City Paper. POUTER & JIOVEY. Publishers. I. O. O. F. CiiBliirht LodfcXo.73, meets regularly every K c-uii.? aMlY-an's Hall, at 7 oVock j). in. Ails ifir .r-or the order are cordially COUttT i' O? A ECTOR Y. ( lork .Tallies X. I'sKc, .-,",1, Trcasuior X JL. liean. . Pen-tcrol Ii-oi-.Iohn.. Irwin. Superintendent 1 ahAs Ins't 1 . V. . Wa.ker Repte-ent.itnc rt'. II. (. opel.ind. Attornev W f J I' rter Sheriff W. 11 ! -iery. Probate .Jii(!t.c M J I-,ccv, , Clerk IJjti .ct Court E. J. Paine. Sun ej or T. P. Chambers. Coroner...

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. — 21 October 1886

iv :( , w. w h w ft .' I kb 2 i ' m vn u M I I ""f k r. IV ' i U.. ' r ' s i ! Z&lV THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. 1'OliTEl: & HOVEY. J'ub'iEhers. Eovey, Goodsoe, and Willcoxon, Brad bury and Tom Reed went out to Summeis Tuesday evening. Col. Gilo said Kansas' "was the most pro gress'vo bfcue in the Union. v.hy? be cause it is Republican. Dr. J. W. Martin relumed j-esleulay from his trip to nib foriiior i-ome iu .Mo., Glad to tea the Dr. back again. 3Ir. Colwis next door to Adams Fv.i ni tuic store is very lovra'td needs attention and watchers, do as y .1 '.vibh to he dvv.ii by and go and see what you can do, Dave Mitchell tVnigh a strong Demo crat wllls.jppcr- J..i 3.::nm;r for cou::ty clerk ami v.'ent out to t'e He-publican rally at Mr. Summers house on Ttia&day c ening Sabbath school will be held r.oM Sun- flsiv lnnrniiif fit f'niirl ffriii.-( Also preaching 13 Rev B. R. Turner at the Court House Sunday next at II o'clock a. m. Frank Ladtl of QuickviHe was. in town this wsi'K...

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. — 21 October 1886

THOMAS COOTTT OAT. PORTER & HOVEY, Publishers. COLBY. - - - - KANSAS. WHAT JACK SAW, Jack and I In pleasant talk, BatiKcd one morn a tfoodlana walk. Lending from our sea-ffirt towrn To a broad, breeze-courted down; Soou, Jack's ever restless eye. Keen and curious, sought the sky; Fragments of a gale o'er blown Hound the irusty heaven were strewn; -Oh:" quoth Jack, with sudden glee, 'Father! did you ever see Such uncouth, fantastic shapes? Yon cloud-head is like an ape's, Grinuinjf. with his monstrous mouth O'er those prim pines pointed south: Aud above the jngjrcd rocks There's a mist-formed, wily fox, Itunuing from the wind that sounds Kearward, like a puck of houuds; And whv father! don't you spy That bijr fellow lifting high Uoth his vapory arms to smite Some one lurkinjr out of sitfht? Then, half crimson, and half dun, Mark that face of impish fun, With a sun-ray. red as rose, )n the tip of hi nupe nose. Strange, how man v shapes there be Floatinjr'round this sky-born sea! V...

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. — 21 October 1886

u h to- i Is". I if 4 if.j. s F 41 yi : .i ir 4 & v f lL t- P- t. i't ;. i El M ' tf ir .. THOMAS COUNTY OAT. PORTER & HOVEY, Publishers. COLBY. KANSAS. SOUND THE ALARM. When you meet a friend nil smiling; Ono who loves to joke and chaff. One who seeks- to be beguiliujr Some acquaintance to a lauh, .And he starts the ancient story Wh ch ho neer fails to tell, .Mercilessly check his glory Gently touch the chestnut bell. "When the drummer brines his samples Cheerily into our store, JVnd he cites n good cxamDlcs Men who ve bought of him before: "When jou've told bun oft, but vainly. That to you he can not sell. Pur the matter still more plainly Gently touch the chestnut bell. When the man who reads the papers. Taking- care each joko to scan, Starts to tell about the capers Of the President and "Dan," Taker not, you know our duty; All i our tense of pity quell; Crush him. e'en in 3011th and beauty Gently touch the chestnut belL "When the maid i ith whom you're roam mjr On an eve...

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. — 21 October 1886

?i J. A. CASTOR, 'Contractor & builder. ' ' COLBY, KAN: Estimates furnished and satisfation guaranteed. Parties desiring to build .will do well by calling on me bofore letting the contract. ' - 1- (Corv.j C'hcaoo. APCit.2is JSrfO. Thi h ti certify, that th Illinois Trust and Savings lisnk has tin. day received from the Union Cigar Company cf Chicago, to be held as a Special Deposit. ,. - U. S. 4Io Coupon Bonds, . , Z!S.T. , MarLct Value ofwhich is JllS JSSU S!012. .-.c-f. 11, ft I soo. i (S.) 7as. S. Gibbs. Cash. We cfier tha rbove as a FORFEIT, if cur "FAIi'CV GHOCEK" docs not prove to be a genuine HavMa-nuerCir.-UnionCrjar Co. GAR Our LA IOMA 10c Cigar Is strictly Hand jaade. Elegant quality. Superior workmnnhip. Sold by all Grocers. UNION CIGAR COMPANY, 75 X. Clinton St., CHICAGO. Retail by E. P. Hovey at the To;! Onire K. v " fBOPOSED AMENDJIEST TO THE CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF KANSAS. House Joint Resolution No. 4. House Joint Resolution No. 4, For the sub mission of a pr...

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. — 28 October 1886

i- V ."? l& fcfty - V3.fCT'-- "" j 9MW3-aC5Wt ,' ?-W jr. fe.'W(SJ' "i" -Jr-JH --. ' -''' -, aV' 0"SW& S" aKejiS? -, y"-n &' i" wes-"-" IT- " ,, - r k- t. fii . fvtXi E$U is--- -2 fe&C K'iK1 i a-i- -i ? K? : -a.. porter & &?--r 0s - VOL .II. NO.:34. 1L. L. FRENCH, President. .;"', Money loaned on We Give w, -w-. --ft. vi4h?t THE THOMASCOUNTY LAND And LOAN CO. OFFICE AT BAITS OP SOLS? - AV. G. PORTER. Attorney at Law Notary Public. ITS'" All land liiinlncrs promptly and accurate- Jy done and t-npracun iruaramro. M. D. LESSENGER, MtorncyaMlounscloratLaw NOTARY PUBt-t- - GEO. W. GOOD.SOE. Attorney and Counselor at Law. KOTAUY PCnLIC. "Heal Fctata lHiuirht nitd sold. Money 0:1:1 ! on cViittel and real cetnte kccunt). OfTU'K OVER ALI.KK &5.Mh' MX) UK, It. L. RIDDLE, Atorney at Law, NOTARY PUCLIC. ' All kinds of lojral business promptly attend ed to. Collections made in this and adjoinliiK counties. Olh'cc at Hank of Colby. HAIRS & WASHBUEN, Attorneys at Law...

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. — 28 October 1886

- i VAV . ?z. THOMAS COUNTY OAT. PORTER & HOVEX. Pflb! ber. tin .lib J U colby ------T-srxanisasr DOMESTIC ECONOMY. - - j Taking care of their inonej .. Some men never learn;. They, thinking it's foney. . , All teaching will epeara. ? To pive them the knowledge . I To spend as they shouid, A financial knowledge Might be very gould. Just think of how many Jk Would proflt if they Should write down each pan? They waste in a dey. Then Jf, when not busy. They'd add what is there: Twould make their heads dusy And raise up each here. Though'sinartarethev wholly And sharp as a kmfs. They'll get'along wholly By aid of a kwife. H. C. Dodge, in Goo&aXCs Sun. 'THE GREAT TACITURN." How Count Von Moltke Lives at His Quiet Home. The Silent Soldiers' Peaceful Retreat and It Military Adornment The Family Motto: "First Weleh.'Thea Kbit" n Amiable Warrior. "War is an element in the God-ordained order of the world." It was Count Moltke who wrote these words toj'rof. Bluntschli anent the flatter...

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. — 28 October 1886

fce-y- MS3eSB33E33B3SSSattees .f f tt Wrt Mt m.ay i JR? Irf ml y 1 iH r i ffc W 'm4 B' ; 11 C 5?M -i wn THOMAS COUNTY CATkSJfLSA PORTER & HOVEY, Publishers. COLBY. - - -- - KANSAS. THE WEIGHT OF A WORD. Have you ever thought of the weight of a word That fulls in the heart like the sonp of a bird. Ihat Klmldcus the apring-tunc of memory and 3 outh. And srni lands with cedar the banner of Truth, That moistens the harvesting spot of the brain Lite dw drops that fall on the meadow of trnuii. Or that swivels the germ and destroys the fruit And lies like a worm at the lifeless root? I saw a farmer at break of day Hoeing his corn in a careful way; -An enemy came with a drought in h's eye. Discounted the worker and hurred by. The keen-edged blade of the faithful hoe Dulled on the earth in the long corn row; The weeds sprung up and tue.r feathers tested Over the Held, and the crop was lost A sailor launched on an angry bay When the heavens entomlicd the tace of day; The Hind arose like a...

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. — 28 October 1886

r.- ,000 "t T tf k 4 .Y&VGII i Parties wanting mpney to prove up with,or for any other purpose, can have it at the VERY LOWEST P4 : HO GOLD RFARINP ROJMnQ and money may be' paid before due. Before completing arrangements for money, besure and call on us. 'Ai it'is'to your adrantaeto do so Office Adjoining Post Office COLBY KANSAS. Jk THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. Official County And City Paper. PORTER & IIOVEY, Publisher: The Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe has changed its name to the Chicago, Kansas & "Western, and will build several bundled miles of road in Kansas next 3'enr. I. O. O. F. Uxljre Xo. 'ST3. meets regularly o ery 'riicJii7 ovfinrg' at Mean's Hall, al 7 o'clock in. AH ineuiliera or tsio oiuer arc connauy Cmli CC'J ITV DIRECTORY. lerk Jaut - v. I'lLe. ,vsjs Tr iwuer N l I ft an. Kcijiator m1 I'c J .John W. Irwin. Sii'cni!trptlont 1'nblie I'is't W. W. Walker Itciircsentalnt. W. TI Copt-land. Attorney N . O. J'ortur. SlionU W. H. Knujuiy. Probate Jmlv'M. L L:ccv. CIc...

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. — 28 October 1886

-sTr? ' mi life THE THOMiS COUNTY CAT. J'OliTEK & HVEY, PuWisheis. i The Followingprogram wa finely ren- dcied last evening jit jreans Hall sit the Oysstai Supper. for benelit of the Metlu dist church. 1 Qu.u telle, "Come Lovely D.irlinff." . I. II. Uullers. 2 Instrumental. 3Ir. Fiank Marble. i Unet. vMitltcr and Robin." Nii. r C. Ilovey and IM. IIovcv. ,-. 4 lutrtinu-ntal, Mrs.-" V. "V. Yalker. .1 Soio. "Prettv Pond Lilies" Mks ' EImo Maibie. G Ii.NtiumeMal, I. n. Stiller. 7 Stile, "'"l:n tl-j Robin- 2ct Airain " Mr-. C Hove;. C'o!bv Til dc Qirirle'te, .Messrs. "Welti Riffi.le, Oie;. . ml B-mLv.. 'J S.lo 3Ir Fiank Hiuitb. 10 Duet, jIi, Ci.jr.; Johii0:i a:stl V Sol . r-ifr- S C B("!ep. i i'-l Ji's:n;nicrt".l rh.j'tou" Giard il.iicb." Mjs-s Clara Beaver. STATEfcllrST. Ov. n j -t::o-.ients :.i Ue lv T, :"), I.cer. wp fll rn mil fn7)im.1 1Irai1li.li i' 'h."..!i.u-. iur &crcl si herii" oi Davis c.vji.fj. To. J ---- . ..a i WOUld t?a Tnat ' nor Mr. llrsi.'iini r o:-t'n eiTf "Tik-...

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