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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 6 January 1887

m it y &- i & W 3 uv ?v I w THOMAS COUNTY OAT. W. C. PORTER, Publisher. COLBY. KANSAS. THE CHOIR'S CHRISTMAS. Die hurry and bustle of Christmas time. The gladdest nnd saddest of ml the j ear; ")n the morrow the Christmas bells would chime To the merry hearts, to the heart so drear. the church in the village frith holly was bright, AuO wita trailing Christmas preens made lair. While to see that the carols should all be right The choir met for the last time there. But the tardy organ-boy had not come: They waited granting' a moment's grace Out time was precious, and they went on With u little fellow called in his place. The choir beg-an. and at first the boy Was busy keeping the ortrnii rifrht. While clear and sweet rose the words of joy, 'I he hymn of that first glad Christmas night. But the boy, as used to the work ho grew. Had time to listen, and more and more The stransrc, sweet music thrilled him through, f As nothing nod ever done before, Making the teare in his gray eye...

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. — 6 January 1887

i s'ggMBHRwf?' BwaawmmeiBamnmBmnBBWawawawawawawawasj -Hl- S5Sow!Tr .5 eiij?'sr2v''r" i ! ' C -"VvStF - i. "" vt ? 'Jf ' ' v illilMIf'' - v : H 6 Kf tfSi a m lsiVs it H C 5L 5i -. L w u iu. w to ,v Fi rA f I SSs-i h JT3S rat t.u' ggff ikp: 1, III I I? SfV li," liOV IS IS "Cv THOMAS COUNTY OAT. W. C. PORTER, Publisher. COLBY. .T7: . . KANSAS. GOT VHERE1 Tes, St Is done: but how 'twas done. Or what I saJd, I can t discover: J. only know that she is won. And 1 am her accepted lover. 1 know I stumbled comtasr in, To make a jrraccful entrance trying; And scleral chnirs were tamrled in My feet in all directions nyingr. J know 1 looked a perfect fool. While she talked on In maimer kindly. Jit last, unmindful of all rule. I saw my chance, and grasped it blindly. I know no more until I saw My dexter arm her wait surrounding; One little hand (now mine in law) Mj other hand I found impounding; And now my mind is set at rest, I'm (as 3 ou may suppose) in clover. But of all thoughts this one's th...

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. — 6 January 1887

s' , 4. c There is a time in the affairs of men, which, taken at its ebb, leads on to fame ancTfortune," and the modern bard light truthfully- add that now z the time to start the foundation of the fortune scheme by examining the rare bargains at the v OLD PIONEER STORE This advertisement is not for fun, but to impress vividly upon your memory the fact that for the next thirty days we will sell ! Wc are not o-oing to put in a tailoring department, but we have the largest stock of Clothing in the city which we are bound to sell al cost, with freight added. We mean just what we relate, and n you wnl call we will explain our exact cost mark to you. lotHing, Notion FibCP liOW S, Groceries, Glass and Queensware, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Etc. Everything in our large stock goes for the balance of the year. Trhsfis our annual clearing sale and those who have the ready cash 'crn save money by laying in a year's supply of groceries, or rigging out the family in clothing, or we can supp...

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. — 6 January 1887

Wg&F If iA iT-vS K --. XVCi M LOANS. CHATTEL LOANS. LOANS AT 7 PEE CENT INTEREST. And a reasonable commission. Only one mortgage-taken. Money ready at all times. O TO LOAN ON CHATTELS. Si 1 fl fill 4 x w5.vJ S? WW , ! 1 n 05 isr: 1 m v iB&- 1? LsV fcl'Ws'rf.' Iir-i r& '& JC'. gl53i & HE TMiiS COM' ' "iV. G. POUTER & CO.. Publishers. COUNTY DIRECTORY. lerk JiMiH N. FiKe, Tiea-nrcr X. I). I Jean. li-sri-tT ir Tlee.l .lohnW. Irwin. Ftipcriiitendent Public Ins't W. Wall.er IJeoresentatho W. I!, ropcland. Attoniev V.. (!. Porter. Micntr W. H. Kiiifiory. Probate .Tndjre M. h. Lncer. Clei k Dlsn iet Com t E. J. Paine. Surveor T. f. Chambers. Cot oner M . MefS i ee vv. ( I'mrk Tin-Tree, M. A Witham. ( It. T. lleuunir. Mirk rinjrree, Clin Coniml-slonvrs !. O. O. F. Su.liirlit r.oiljrcNo.'". meets rejrularlyeveiy T:iudiiv ei-eniajr -it Uean' tli'Il. at 7 o'clock fi. in. Alliiim'ersof tneorder are cordially nvitf.l to attend. 'Tiio-iinv ei-eniajr -it Hem tli'Il. at 7 o'...

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. — 6 January 1887

tii CHRISTMAS. , How shall I tell of the ages, ' When Christmas was never kept; t 7hen the earth, in dark revolution Blded her time and slept? ; How speak of the tardy unfolding Of mom in the crimson East 'Whenlo! for the Heavenly Infant There waited the solemn f east? The shepherds sing I In slow accord: ; "Is born our King, The blessed Lord." A quiver as if down the ages Mortality's cry echoed still; So long had it voiced every heart-beat, It lingered the daybreak to nil ; 1 Each bitter, discordant, low earth-wail Shocked Heavenly air as it rang ; The Babe breathed; Divinity woke, - .And the angels in rapture sang. The shepherds say t We seek Him, alL H Look at the Star O'er Bethlehem's stall. J The Babe enwrapped in the manger, I His tiny hand folded soft ; j That hand, to be put forth for others I In loving strength, so oft; I, To be, even in willing submission, t Extended from Calvary, How rests on the Mother's bosom, 1 In beautiful Infancy. The shepherds whisper, J v On each k...

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. — 6 January 1887

:"as- . -is . -T r t5" l ',- -i- - "-" -'jyf-- "? K jtv "? 33' ? -y '.if.'Sr;-1' WJtYV.i. - F J 3?1 ! E ( ft. t ft , s . i Si m-' & A -- BIF JaSTt '1 ABOUT TEASING. The True Position Occupied bj tk Cbroav le and Incorrigible "Teaser. Probably almost everybody whose eye falls on the above heading has at some time or other been guilty of teas ing. If those who have been guilty will reflect on the state of mind they were in at the time, they will find that its description includes the following points: Negatively there is absent a high purpose, absent an earnestness in the pursuit of good, absent that char ity that impels one to love his neighbor as himself. A person intent on accom plishing some positive improvement or advantage for himself or for others is so far removed from the temptation to tease that it does not touch him. He can not turn aside from his pursuit and lapse into the idle state of mind the chronic teaser is in. If he has the right feeling for others, whether thos...

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. — 6 January 1887

"?f." US t J ! B- H. ST DRUGS! 'Walker & Tousse Keep a full stock of Drugs, Medicines, Toilet articles, Paints and Oils, Patent Medicines, etc. G. N. Coffirin, jeweler, in this store. m OLBY HARDWARE Successors To Bean Bros. RAN We are prepared to meet the wants of the people of the Northwest, in Hardware, Tin ware, Stoves, Iron, Steel, Nails, Wagon and Plow Material. We are here to stay and will meet all competition counties. Yours Very Truly, C. E. CHANDLER, Proprietor. raAPJIC H. S$5.TH. Manager. LNTRAL URUG TORE. MAKES -Li?IlALTY OF Pure Drugs and Medicines Everything in our line of the best obtainable. When you are in need of paints, oils, per fumes, stationery and all kinds of fancy no tions. Don't forget to give our house a call. Moulton & Griffis, Props. A. W. Patchin, Manager. C0LBY& OBERLijN SI AGEL1NE 2 5S oo 2 O w Q Headquarters at O. Colby, Kansas, and O. Kansas. 160 ACRES, $14,00 -IN- SHERMAN COUNTY, KAS. . We Also Have 20,000 ARES OF SCHOOL LAND LEONARD &a...

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. — 13 January 1887

rr -" t "..-. n2- t 4 "Vs i I- S. COUNTV Thomas 1 t. "I . VOL. II. NO. 45- COLBY. THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 13, 1887. $1.50 PER YEAR. o L. L. YBEXCII, Piesidcnt. iT R. L. RIDDLE, Secretary. - tfi- . JL B NZA! IjAI II f is 1&1B sJkZs 1 ( B.i m m l53i fe 1 kW EPA Money loaned on Real Estate security on short notice and on the mostiavorable terms. ment and other cut-throat clauses. We" Give Privilege of Paying-Principal Any Time Interest Is Due. Interest Payable i 'THE THOMAS PARMER'S" MERCHANTS' BANK Commented business Jn. .5(1. '87. SSfDoes . ireneril hi'i'Mnir business E jlian'u liniitfht and sold. Mnne loaned on tli.iticl and )ironul Lci:rit, ut cm rent rates 'o!l ctions will liae eaicf.il attention jiimI jnompt icmittaiite. Inteiet iaid on tmn deposits. On vs liusoii vw. Pro. A. IikUTHlltUI!, V Pll'v U w ii 7a iuvkk.ii, Cu-hier. C OBY HOUSE. Hc-t fi'im-licd rooms and most commodious sip irtmtnt- loi tnuclniK wen For le-t boird jind accommodations stop ut Coll Ho...

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. — 13 January 1887

t M e hM ;s iiELMOUS HEADING. THE NEW YEAR'S FLEET. Ab, tiie New Year hath a fleet , Of a thousand gallant ships; Ail their sails are of lose and of sold. And they carry heavy freight Ak they sail from ut our sight Gait the splendor of their lading is not told ! Some are bound to distant shores Some to ports along our coast, And they speed from the quay like winged things; "While the blue waves gi ro swift room To the ripple of their prows. As they face the wind and spread their bal anced wing3. Ah. Old Year, how many ships Have you seen sail swift away Toward the sun, and the honzon, clear and fair, Ivhich went down with sullen plash. Crushed between sharp-fingered rosl:?. From Ihe sunlight and the fragrant summer air! Or the merry little crafts Dashed their slender hvc3 away Beat ins: on the quicksands out of sight; Or went down in sight of pon "With their sails full set for home. Storm-hid. from the warning bsacon-light? Yet this Xew Year smiles once more "While the freighted -ve...

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. — 13 January 1887

'$&&$&? f?V" "'TPrl V fa FOB QUE YOUNa BBADEB& BY AND BY. Xafis. with manly bents and true, Slurdv bands to cany through High and bold endeavor. Shun the Street of By and By! Go not near ril tell you why; That's the road to Never. Down the Street of By and By He that stands to gaze will spy Many a dreary token; Ruined walls where grass has grown, "Wains of treasure overthrown. Houses wrecked and broken. All is retire, gloom, despair: Cheerful hubbub hums not there, .Axe nor hammer clashes: Mist, and mold, and silence deep! "While the townsfolk drowse or weep, O'er the whitened ashes. Turn not down its winding track Whoso enters comes not buck; Ah ! the woe, the pity ! Ftorward, lade, with earnest brow Tread the busy street of Now, On to Fortune City. Little Folks. NEW YEAR RESOLVES. t&esttlcncsK, Self-Drnial, Coarfoeay anil Other (inod Trait Which Do Xot Itf-Iong to tlie "MulT," But the Real, Hearty, Man 3y IJoy. While the j-car is young we, one and all, examine ...

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. — 13 January 1887

f vt --o- K 1 r There is a time in the affairs of men, which, taken at its ebb, leaps on to fame and fortune, andThe modern bard . , might truthfully add that now L the time to start the foundation of the fortune scheme by examining the rare bargains at the ; EH STORE OLD 1 This advertisement is not for fun, but to impress vividly upon your memory the fact that for the next thirty days we will sell k X n t'j COST MARK We are not croino- to cost, with freight added. DRY GODS, LOTflING, NOTIONS, PROVISIONS, Groceries, Glass and Queensware, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Etc. - Everythino- in our large stock goes for the balance of the year. Th.s is our annual clearing sale and those who have the ready cash crn save money by laying in a year's supply of groceries, or rigging out the family in clothing, or we can supply you with substantial arti cles for holiday gifts. Call at the old reliable Pioneer Store for anything and everything in the general merchandise line. M. DONELAN, Propri...

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. — 13 January 1887

1- ' Fi THOMAS COUNTY Come direct to Thomas County, where you can have your NATURALIZATION PAPERS Made out tlie same day you. select your land. THOMAS COUNTY HAS MORE SMOOTH - GOVERNMENT - LAND Than any county in the land district. AN ABUNDANCE OF GOOD WATER By digging from 40 to 150 feet. RAILROAD WITHIN 20 MILES OF THE CENTER OF COUNTY. Coal can be- bought at Railroad for S5.50 per ton, C. C. REYNOLDS, Dep. Clerk of District Court. J. R. VAIVCLEVE, Practical Surveyor.

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. — 13 January 1887

r- v ," "ff-'CFJ.?'37'"-" -J5'- --.. "-$7; ;? v -- v . " - fiw.!MMiir,vivM.i...vim;iw. j.owim w ..o&gam.-a'w,.. -vuVaMMtenr' ". fww- - Ma'BtnjB(w3g 4rvwiw"",,r,Mcw'rr' -""-rtM"W,s'''1 'Jw-5eiB, vrais-fprf ?-gs(iHrr,ft- - .svtn r H s i ;'' I: l. '1 IS i mn r IK! ' FARM LOANS. II A IT- "1 W A I 1 11 if5 B I H f it S.. ftWW - r ' THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. W. G. PORTER & CO., Publishers. Coal oil at tiie Cent nil. Boots and arctics at Boerncr Bros. 8 packages good coffee at Donelan's. Prices are cut seriously at Donelan's. 100 barrel;? of apples cheap at Brady's. For the best boaidgo to the Windsor CJo to M. Donelan's for the best over coats. Boeiner Bros, furnish even style of boots and arctics. Money loaned on chattels at Thomas county "Hank, north of brick store. Go to Weld Bros, for money on chattel mortgage. Overcoats regardless of cost at M. Don elan's. Go to the Windsor, the bct hotel in town. Yousse's stage line goes to Oberlin ever' day. Meglemre sells more windmills than ...

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. — 13 January 1887

Y' rKtw-ajjtptjufi-j t" "S' zZ7TZZZi2" THOMAS COOTTT OAT. W. C. PORTER, Publisher. COLBY. ----'-- KAXSAS GHOSTS. Twelve by the chime; from idle d reams aw ak inir. I trim my lamp and mount the creakinjr stair: - The shadows through thecarven arches shaking-Seem mocking phantoms that pursue me there. The faded portraits in the lamp-light's gla mour Look down -with coM. inquisitorial pazc: The sculptured busts, the kuights iu rusted armor, I loom larjre against the window's pictured m.ize. Thick dust falls from the time-worn, tattered hanjrmjrs. TThick du-t lies on the tessellated floor: My step sounds loud, the doors sepulchral dancings Boll far along the guty corridor. .Ah me! amid iny dwelling's dcolat'on It seems some fable that my bra u recalls, ' That once a glad and gallant generation Loved, laughed and leastcd m these lonely halls. Silent the voice of song, and hushed the laughter. Cheerier and cold the empty banquet-room: The spider weaves in gilded gro n and rafter. The shri...

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. — 13 January 1887

ft" 4 I S H K- wM Iffl F. P sks an k i w f w r A THOMAS COUNTY OAT, W. C. PORTER, Publisher. COLIiY. KANSAS. NEW YEAR WISHES. .A kiss for the lips now mute and cold. A rose for the mound above their mold, A tear for the happy day that were, A rttnir for the burdens sad hearts bear: Such are the themes that minstrels sin?. Such an the thoughts that New Years bring: ! 'These are the things Tor which we sigh; Olie&e ate the flubs of days gone by. .A hope for the meetings soon to come, A torch Tor the weary wav of some. A cross for a Immicoii o'er Time's sea, A God and a blessed eternity .Such are the hopes of maid and man. Such are our quests since earth bciran. "These aie the wants that New Years bring; 'These are the joys that true hearts sing. A health lor the wearv worn of life. A. balm fertile stricken maim'd in strife, A. iKjace for the leeble thralls of time, A rest for the true of every clime Such are the jr:ft of gcncinus soul. Such arc tic hands tiie clouds control, The-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. — 13 January 1887

" '4-tv r.-(Ss"' ss-s vbH - '""S?Rit?'"'"'i - ii M- Ordinance No-18. . . Published January 13th, 1S87. & . An ordinance to suppress restrain and prohibit houses of prostitution and other disorderly houses and practices. Be it ordained by the Mayor and Councilmen of the city of Colby: Section 1. That any occupant or owner of any premises, land, lot, or building, in said city, who shall keep or suffer to be kept on said premises, land or lot or in said buildings, any house of prostitution, house of illrfame, house of assignation, brothel, bawdy hovse, or any house of like character, shall upon convic tion thereof be fined in a sum not more than one hundred dollars, and be imprisoned until such fine and costs are paid. Sec. 2. Any person either occupant; owner, agent, or otherwise, who shall lease or let any premises, land, lot, or building in said city, for the purpose of having, kept therein any house of prostitution, house of ill-fame, house of assignation, brothel, bawdy house,...

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. — 20 January 1887

?-. t 'r. T COUNTy Thomas Cat. fez I" VOL. II. NO. 46. COLBY. THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1887. $1.50 PER YEAR. gnm.j,-.;"zrT-vjM X. L. FRENCH, President. R. L. RIDDLE, Secretary. A BONANZA! ?m && f - v HBHaSBSHBBsW'i M r ml m F9 M.Z 'i M rat IP m a 7 r 5HI fell Money loaned on Real Estate security on short notice and on the most favorable terms. Our papers are free from Gold Pay-. ment and other cut-throat clauses. We Give Privilege of Paving Principal Any Time Interest Is Due. Interest Payable at Colby. CASH PAID FOR LAND. THE THOMAS COUNTY LAND & LOAN CO. .:,.- OPPICS AT BANZ OP C0LB7 . FARMERS'! MERCHANTS' BAN Commenced business Jim. 3d, '87. "Does si jreneral banKm? business. Ev clianjje bouifht and told. Money loaned on chattel and personal tecunty, at current mte. Collections will have c.ireful attention and prompt i omittance. Intel est paid on iinif deposits. Oms. Hupchvw, Pres. A. LUTEitncii, v-Pros. David Zekwekh, Cashier. CO BY HOUSE. llest f...

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. — 20 January 1887

-&- -- fWF s-fF fefjrl Si j K 1 ,t FOE OUB YOUNG EEADEES. WORK FIRST, THEN FUN. The boys 'were waiting in the road For Joe to come and play; We'd like to know what keep3 you so," Impatiently cried they; We've waited nearly half an hour. Do hurry, Joe," they cried. Til be there when my .work i3 done; Not tiU then," he replied. Comcon,romeon-, tie work can wait," They uiged, "till by and by." at mijV, or course, bat I don't think It ?nV," was Ka reply. "When I've a task o 4.0,1 lite To do it right Mray; Work nrst,' my father says, 'then fun;' And what le says, say." Hurrah for Joe ! Such talk as that Is what I like to hear: But many boys will not agree With Joe and me, I fear. Play first, and last, and all the time Would suit most boys, I know; But that, Tm very glad to say, Is not the way with Joe. When you've a task to do, m7 boys, Don't put it off, and say You'll do it, when you've had your fun; But do it rigfif away. This "putting cfT' soon forms, my lads, A habit to deplore; ...

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. — 20 January 1887

vj . " ' 1. I ,L,f fiSSSS"""MgB1B ' -eaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa &t -4-A't " "" Jv ' v' " - ".. " '"i'MBBMBBBBBBBm! If ' ' - ' 1 1 v powaaamasssssasBBBmaaaasssssmasjaaassB i 'J i 1 H i?1 ia Um m m n LA K JTi I fSfe P ! ; 'MM s f& BEUGIOUS BEADINE. AT CLOSE OF DAY. The night is come; like to the day Depart not Thou, great God, away; Let not my sins, black as the night, Eclipse the luster of Thy light. Keep still in my horizon; for to mo The sun makes not the day. but Thee. Thou whose nature can not sleep, On my temples sentry keep; Guard me 'gainst those watchful foes Whose eyes are open while mine close. Let no dreams my head infest. But such as Jacob's temples blest; "While I do rest, my soul advance; Make my sleep a holy trance. That I may, my rest being wrought, A'vrake into some holy thought; And with active Igor run My course, as doth the nimble sun. Sleep is a death; oh, make me try, By sleeping, what it is to die; And as gently lay my head On my gra e, as no x my bed. However I...

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. — 20 January 1887

Is .vA-1? -- sT$yf&crt' -aa?.l $& ' 1 v V &"i & There is a time in the affairs of men, which, taken at its ebb, leads on to fame and fortune," and the modevn bard might truthfully add that now L the time to start the foundation of the fortune scheme by examining the rare bargains at the OLD PIONEER STORE H This advertisement is not for fun, but to impress vividly upon your memory the fact that for the next thirty days we will sell jy' il, V ? 1. u OVERCOATS BELOW COST MARK i We are not going to put in a tailoring department, but we have the largest stock of Clothing in the city which we are bound to sell atsV cost, with freight added. We mean just what we relate, and if you will call we will explain our exact cost mark to you. DRY GOODS, 6LOTHIN6, NOTIONS, PROVISIONS, ' Groceries, Glass and Queensware, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Etc. Everything in our large stock goes for the balance of the year. This is our annual clearing sale and those who have the ready cash...

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