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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 10 February 1887

. ,'Vi,' jgc?- -, 4. fl" COUNTy Thomas Cat. t fr VOL. II. NO. 49. COLBY. THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1887. $1.50 PER YEAR. " 2 y m "?f. R. L. RIDDLE, President LEW E. D ARROW, V.-P., Coming, Iowa. L. L. FRENCH, Cashier STATE BANK OF COLBY. COLBY, KAN. Incorporated under the laws of the State of Kansas. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. CAPITA!. PAID UP $24,000. This bank is fully equipped for every kind of legitimate banking, and of fers to the public a liability of $100,000. Our share-holders represent $ 1, 500,000, thus making it a safe depository for monies and such other f valuables as are usually placed in a bank. Our terms are liberal and we solicit your banking business. - Farm loans Negotiated at Current Rates.- L. L. FRENCH, President R. L. RIDDLE, Secretary Thomas County Land &' Loan Co. COLE?, KANSAS. Negotiators of choice farm loans in Northwestern Kansas. We are prepared to furnish money on chdice real estate at the iowest rates of interest and commissions. ...

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. — 10 February 1887

tjh 'TiK .-v V,,' V f.-!S ' - A 'W1 " 4 " i, ' Cl it I -X,. LIB THOMAS COUNTY OAT, W. C. PORTER, Publisher. COLBY. - - - - KAXSAP THE TWO SEAS. 'When thou passest through the waters I will "be with thee." .Each night wc are launched on a sea of sleep; No doubts disturb us, no fears annoy. Though we plow the waves of the darkened deep, "We know we are safe in the Master's keep, .And the morning brings us joy. "What dread, then, should daunt us, what doubt distress, "When on Death's dark sea we arc launched alone i In that deeper sleep, should we trust Him less ! Shall wc limit to earth His power to bless i "Will the Father forsake His own J He made us nis children: he bears us to bed; And whether our sleep be the first or last, "What matters it where our souls are leJ. If our trust in the God of the living and dead Shall only hold us fast ? CJiamlert'' Journal HAG-PICKING- CLASSES. The 31-ao Blood Ownera of Horsss and Wagons. -Aristocrats of tlio llaml-C.'irt Tlie Com mon IttimiiiUKi...

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. — 10 February 1887

",r-cv-f . -,, " ?"- p .- .jt" -r,' BB8wiftwrapa X5" w J ""(& X " j art I 1J t y mm -jmg$ IHOMAS OOOTTT CAT. W. C. P03TEH, Publisher. corny. ... - . - kavsaq SHE STOLE MY HEART AWAY. I saw her coming doivn the stair, A form or youthful price: r" She had the freshness o the mora, Its sunshine 0:1 her face; She was so sveet. she tvas so neal; So gentle and so gay, VThat could I do? For, ere I Uncw, She stole my heart away. She stole my heart, I knot? not how; One moment it was mine, The nest was hers, and yet she inado Of victory no sign; JJut step by step came dovrn the stair . To meet roe with a smile: ., TIow could a little simple maid y , A wise man so beguile? J talked ofthis; I talked of that; I knew not what I said; 3. only saw her beaming eyes, Her lovely lips so red, Her soft browa hair, her roy cheeks, Her steps so light and gay ; I only know the witching hour She stole my heart away. i. , I went to seek it day by day; But soon "twas very plain ' "That nevermore my truan...

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. — 10 February 1887

rs' 1 A,? T'X ,x ian I " & tH At The BRICK STORE T Our new goods lately purchased are now arriving and we are happy to announce to the people of this county x and surrounding counties that the BRICK STORE is again full from top to bottom with KW GOODS AND BARGAINS We are now prepared to show over one hundred different styles in Embroideries from the very narrowest to the widest, w mte uooas 01 every description liki ami Brown hillniiv m mm in Hhnvv llimik 1 HVII MJIU) IH MUM UWW1IUI of every description, ladies' and gents' furnishing goods, all of which will be sold at bed rock prices. OUR - BOOT - AND - SHOE - STOCK Purchased from some of the best factories in the United States is also arriving and when all in we can fit any size foot with a FINE, MEDIUM OR COURSE BOOT OR SHOE, 4 at prices that are sure to please all who may wish to buy. Our stock of t 7 t f GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS ( was never before as large and complete as at present, and in the line of GRASS AND GARDEN SEED...

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. — 10 February 1887

EB MOVED ! MOVED ! m k m I have removed my office to the first building south of the Brick Hotel where I will make a specialty of FARM - & - CHATTEL LOANS ! I I guarantee BOTTOM RATES on DOtn kinds of loans. Call and see me. u; Iw h K S : -? n , w -i & - i H J THE TIIQMS COUNTY. CAT. W. G. PORTER & CO., Publishers. Coal oil at the Central. Finncrty loans money at 7 per cent. Gasoline at the Central Drug Store. Prices are cut seriously at Donelan's. 100 barrels of apples cheap at Brady's. For the best board go to the Windsor Onl' one mortgage taken by Finncrty. M. Donelan is selling out regardless of cost. Go to M. Donelan's for the best over coats. C. H. Martin &Bros favorite cigar The Palace. Three cans of corn at 31. Donelan's for 25 cents. The lowest rates on farm loans at Fin nerty's. The Belle of Colby is the boss cigar, at E. P. Hovey's. Mone- to loan as cheap as the cheap est. Fkaxk Pioghee. All the swells smoke the Colby Belle. For sale at E. P. Hovcy's. Over...

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. — 10 February 1887

SwllP V pflS-ijfc -'$'' f 'i& JV H iflTi tj. r r5 f TOlt OUE YOUNG EEADEHS. OUR JACK. " Trn his getting up to his going to Ised, Our dear little Jack aijc-l four , "With plles.and piles of playthings, spread All orer the nursery floor, Is as hard at work as a hoy can be A boy that's so very small; t, .And the funniest part of it is you see, Vast he isn" t our Jack at all! . , He's a music man, -with a "jig baton; Or, vli Bridget's beat tin pan, .Ami his papa's cane for ills clattering gong, Hu's a breathless ambr.Iance man. He's a carpenter, shingling a pasteboard house ; AVith a table and big" jack-knife. And mamma's apron tied round his blouse, He's a batcher, as big as life. He's a fierce policeman, -with dreadful frown. And a threatening club clutched tight, .And arrests all the doll1 In the whole doll-town. Though they are harmless and peaceful, quite. He's a scissor 5 man, with the dinner bell; Hei a grocer, "vvjth a scoop: He's a peddler, with arrnfuls of things to sell; ...

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. — 10 February 1887

Bfcll I T 1 t r- &3'Z5rzr&:& 5&- xf v'fi f T'ff. Mw-V t'f. S - jy -Y w -Cf, orf- W ." 4l -c " . " ..-.k r vr -?jpt? .fe i4& IctV m av IK m Ki ms pa 7 1ST f m ?sy liiaa ! P u i & s K-L -! ls B& .! jFv iW: :r l?r W-' UEHGIOUS BEADING. WHAT I ASK. What fiol ask for thee, my street? When every night to grace Divine I send a prayer on pinions fleet "Let her light shiner I do not ask that human lore May hold thee in its inmost shrine; There is a gilt all bliss above "Let her light shine I" Nor yet for power or fame I plead, I care not that such dower were thine; I ask Him for thy greatest need "Let her light shine !" Kot life, nor health, nor strength, norgold. Are burdens in this prayer of mine; Immortal good those few words hold "Let her light shine 1" -Jl tiny taper's glimmering ray. Yet may it burn in upward line. And brighten to the perfect day . "Let her light shine!" 1 know the world's wind bloweth strong To flicker oat this light of thine; But though th...

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. — 10 February 1887

3sSRV i'ffiEsSS fSav ', S Jetf-" - . -r i r -1 - i s Vv Jf 1 tf'T aaaamBmmmBmBiaaaaMaaBaaaaiaaaMMMMBMMMaaBaaMaammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmaaawaMM --?- - . - - - - , - vs. ..- ,-. 7-rvrr a -, - i--3 ti -v-rt . r f i'ar"".. -- "r ".?-? x -jt . IB--0?. w: g& fefer - . I- IV i -tsSL ;Sv For the besf and freshest meat go to Gillispie's meat market. For best frinter overcoats go to M. Donelan's. They are the cheapest and iest. Champaigne, wines and liquors of ev ry sort at the Central, for medical pur poses. Prescriptions carefully and promptly compounded day or night at the Central Drug Store. Look at those-beautiful picture frame at the Central Drug Store. The best in the market. Daylight Soap, a wonderful discovery for house cleaning. Call at the Central nd get a box. Don't purchase paint until you have called at the Central Drug 8tore. We can save you money. Meglemre & Marble have the very best coal for sale cheap, $10 per ton at Colby implement firm office. You can get m...

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. — 17 February 1887

rSfe . ? art. v- JJC t ftsf v f?-Mr :-.-i 6- COUNTy 1 Thomas Cat. ss&r - vsrtsr . S&? fe' 8 ! VOL. II. NO. 50. COLBY. THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1887. $1.50 PER YEAR. S 3fei i m i I ) ST. JR. L. RIDDLE, President. STATE BANK OF COLBY. COLBY, KAN. Incorporated under the laws of the State of Kansas. CAPITAI. STOCK, $50,000. CAFXTAIi PAID TJP $24,000. This bank is fully equipped for every kind of legitimate banking, and of K fers to the public a liability of $100,000. Our share-holders represent $1,500,000, thus making it a safe depository for monies and such other ' valuables as are usually placed in a bank. Our terms are liberal and Ave solicit vour banking business. Farm loans FARMERS'! MERCHANTS' HANK Commenced business Jim. .M, 7. J27Does a kuici-hI bunkinjr business. Ex change bought and -old Moiie loaned on chattel and pei--on.il -etuntj, at current rates. Collection, will h e cai cful attention und j)roni)t rtmittunce Intel est p.dd on Juno deposits C...

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. — 17 February 1887

:&& ss :Cnr V ? ' . - t y j. k. jyj r f THOMAS COUNTY CAT W. C. PORTER, Publisher. COLBY. KAXA LOVER'S CATECHISM. Hobby, -wouldst thoa have me In a cotton dress? "Wouldst thou take me, Bobby, Though my dower were less" 41 Pretty Nan, Yd have theo Let gowns nothing cost! Fain I'd take thee, lassie, II thy dower were lost." Eobby, wouldst thou have me If my blushes paled ! "Wouldst take me, Bobby, Z Though my beauty f ailed!" M Bonnie Nan, I'd have thee If thy blushes went; Take thee, knowing, dearie, Beauty is but lent!" Bobby, wouldst thou have me Should my hair turn gray? "ft'ouldst thou take me, Bobby, Mine eyes bleared alwayl"' " Sweetest Nan, I'd ha e thee Should thy locks turn white; Lass, I'd willing take thee Thine eyes dim in night." ' Bobby, wouldst thou hae me If my step grew slow! Couldst thou take me, Bobby, Laughless! No, no, no!" " O my Nan, IM have thee, Whatsoe'er betide, Since I take thee only. Nan, to be my bnde!"' William Strulherf. , TWO WEDDINGS. At "Whi...

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. — 17 February 1887

ws& & J; i 1 e - - J isr S I V !"? J Urt te&f it kX y ? ' ri-s - . "W-1"? gtr ;- y.--yvfe vfrryt - - w , - v-;;Wf f gj tBrj& .j ,--t - :?.- && j nnsaaaaassssssssssa i i i . - ma 53,-r ; - . i. I THOMAS COOTTT OAT W. C. PORTER, Publisher. V vp THE SMALL BOY. The small boy Is a strange affair, It's wonderful how he Xscapes the dangers he will daro And In e a man to be. .-Ce, never for a moment still, "'Perpetual motion" sbows; -.His happy whistle, loud and shrill, , Is heard where'er he goes. Sat home he's "tired" and he'll shirk An errand, or a chore, But at a neighbor's how he'll work, And et en cry for more. He'll shriek with terror long before He feels the slipper hot. Then skip out West in search of gore And Indians kill a lot. Jn school he's timid, dull and slow, But when he's in the street "There's nothing that he doesn't know; His smartness can't be beat. I "Woe to a man if he becomes A small boy's enemy. The lad and all his little chums "Will drive him...

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. — 17 February 1887

. . , . - o 1 1 i imf 74.YMPi.I.i2 -.a-sKiVV? -S?T "- ;1 iC-tl7SrviSV'-V?CViyTOW " a. ?," ."y" - -? -. - . ' -i .t--.- .g fMIkt fV te-7?'V '."-? " t .r J- v At Our new goods lately purchased are now arriving and we are happy to announce to the people of this county and surrounding counties that the BRICK STORE is again full from top to bottom with NEW GOODS AND . M We are now prepared to show over one hundred different styles in Embroideries from the very narrowest to the widest, White Goods of every description , ijwuiumi m" J.L' L""wjqwu?Llj w iwt-' '!yjgg?Fir,s?"??3'g.'-ee'- H iH xne 3 if j I n ill I. f Ai :0raV:!iWi .m. ?fl.?VM f 5-ms.3sw. - xJ A A b 1 1A Mm tr & h fc B5V bts 5V. V , filrarliH ud llnmi mm, m Sp li m hi iili of every description, ladies' and gents' furnishing goods, all of which will be sold at bed rock prices. OUR - BOOT - AND - SHOE - STOCK Purchased from some of the best factories in the United States is also arriving and when all in we can fit any size fo...

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. — 17 February 1887

a n -$ lOKsv- .!"-. r Tf- t s3stf &?&?&. ' ""'-Str K-. .- -TiSil T vs.' -. ? J-,'-ajt. , J"ffiJ-i,i ----S :-- iin',-''.-.jf .---..:. sst'f -- -. - . --M-4-: ?- sasss-s Vti. V A ar mm l&S- K, fe; fe 3- &2vt ?are " I have FARM WsJ--? . - - - 'r THE THOMS COUNTY CAT. W. G. PORTER & CO., Publishers. Coal oil at the Central. Finnerty loans money at 7 per cent. Gasoline at tlie Central Drug Store. Prices are cut seriously at Donelan's. 100 barrels of apples cheap at Brady's. For the best board go to the "Windsor Only one mortgage taken by Finnerty. M. Donel.ui is belling out regardless of cost. Go to M. Donelan's for the best over coats. C. II. Martin & Bros', favorite cigar The Palace. Three can, of corn at M. Donelan's for 25 cents. The lowt st rat on farm loans at Fin nertj's. The Belle of Colby is the boss cigar, at E. P. Hovey's. Money to loan a cheap as the cheap est. " FllAXK PlORllKE. All the swells smqkc the Colbj Belle. For sale at E. P. Hovey's. Over...

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. — 17 February 1887

?w rtV"? rm;rxiv gfgggsgiaaagaagifefcftit --"i.iJjr " fia-s i-s - J? s -n itWKW F iTS M N 13 :K Jf Iffr ? -'s 'm $- . i& jCC si! . 3 r&sj 2 99 KELIGIOUS EEAD1NG. TO A SHUT-IN FRIEND. Great things I wish for theedear heart. Bat clumsy words my longings smother, So walls of silence keep apart ' r Dear friends so near they touch each other. But God is kinder than our fcare. His care more tenderjhan a mother's; Thy faintest breath of prayer He hears. His love Is deeper than all others. Think not, dear one, this is the worst. Life's hardest thing, that thus befalls thee; riret shall be last, and last be first It aJl means good to which He calls thee. A lack of prji liege may lead Through patience, meekness, faith, docility. Unto the mountain-top, indeed. .That loftier cliff, humility. The sick room is a testing place Appointed us, 'tis not our our choosing. The Comforter gives needed grace And inward gain through outward losing. To inexperience, the cross Is foolishness than all ...

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. — 17 February 1887

ByaBHHl " '"'" " III ! I i was SSCA'&f , ?il2r' SjW' ?X.-. '-siiyi5. r' ."Xr." i'''?k. 8Sre5?Rr!SSr. rfSSSfctJitf - aJS.- t . - -N -. .-v . J - aftvRaSiEJ&r r MM:! ., - . r- -I'fH.f iy ' jvr-sss Iter ft i ' Ri S ' Pi f .. j v i. if? if r r& ?. i 0 I A. c ims. m m m y k R - "& ml IS if S-VS23T ' ' f . !JT--i.r- rt JK'ZiSiSttt FOK OUBYOUNaBEADEBS. THEIR REVENG& Twas five o'clock one winter day; Lessons were over, school was done. And laughing, chattering, full of fun, A group of school-boys sped away, Joyous at leaving work for play. Then, as though striving hard to shun Their gay companions, three boys sought A quiet corner hid from sight. And talked in whispered words, half caught, Somewhat to this effect: v "You're right! Jones is a sneak! what made him go And tell old Doctor Robinson That you and Jock and I bad done That ugly drawing meant to show The doctor minus the red wig That covers up his bald old pater Of course we do not care a fig For punishment; at an...

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. — 17 February 1887

r rrmmwiwtw:r . :wm?r$mmmvy- s?&.7g?s &&Tgg&g?rm lSST i - - . i i i i , fri i v , 4-; Ax ' . 2 K t:r 'V -, , r3rg. : r- mi & . Cabbage at Kaub & Smith's. If you want insurance, see Frank Pin gree. Frank Pingree will insure you cheaper than anyone. Another lot of that extra quality Den ver cabbage at Eaub & Smith's. Men's shirts, over seventy-five differ ent styles, at the Brick Store. Preaching at Max Giese's residence, Wednesday, February 23d. '87. Best California Evergreen Broom Corn Seed for sale at the Brick Store. For the best and freshest meat go to Gillispie's meat market. For best winter overcoats go to M. Donelan's. They are the 'cheapest and best. Champaignc, wines and liquors of ev ery sort at the Central, for medical pur poses. Prescriptions carefully and promptly compounded day or night at the Central Drug Store. Look at tlio,e beautiful picture frame at the Central Drug Store. The best in the market. Daylight Soap, a wonderful discovery for ...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 24 February 1887

Wmmmmgismsmmsm s-r: 'H&'sysifs' WJ55se5Ss srti'i .j--tx ;v- vsz?-"3r - "a. tifrrt.J,i!eiif-atSisT-3-- Gounry fi?- Thomas Cat. ?4w . ,. jrZyrlj v Ifr? s: 'm tcH VOL. II. NO. 51. COLBY. THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1887. $1.50 PER YEAR. I ! I - Hii ii -1 ' ' -iiili iii I Tjt W 4-4L - fc. AN OI.I CENTLEMAVS MCSIXGS. (From Peck's Snn.) Well, here I am, away out west on a claim. This is a wouderful country, and that reminds me of a little story I read about a wonderful dog. This dog was a prize fighter. He'd sooner fight than eat. lie did't differ much from the two legged pugilist of modern dajs, only he was more of a gentleman than to walk up to a man and shake hands Farm loans made at eastern rates by French & Riddle, with him and then haul ofl and break his face. He was awfnlly indifferent too. It made not the slightest difference where lie got his grub so he got it, and independent, Great Scott ! He used to go around like as if he owned the New ell House and ...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 24 February 1887

Sfe. i9i v$c. , JSS- S! Wr U- A V&r w it is- tV. ltc rm' t-Vft A LITTLE GIRL'S, VALENTINE. Ml Not Quit True, It On;ht to Be. Valentine's Day Is on its way; 'Twill be here very vn. For I heard sister Sue say so To Bell this afternoon. But rm afraid nobody '11 think To tend me even one, Cause I was only seven years old Whpn the new year begun: And so Til write one to myself (I couldn't bear to be Witnout a single valentine). And play 'twas sent to me. "Dear Gracie" that's how ril begin- "You arc a lovely child: You never drive your mother or Your grandma nearly wild; You never tease the baby, nor Refuse with him to play: You study hard, and know by heart Your lessons every day; You keep your dress and apron neat, Your hair is always curled. And j ou are just as nice a girl As any in the world." There"! that sounds very pretty, and I think that it will do. But 'pears to me it isn't quite Exactly truly true. But then it outfit to be, and that's Almost, I think, the same. And so down...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 24 February 1887

&&&&& mm rZys; r mmwka ?3jmbkw !&ss atn,igrfiwK?aaafcr--ytjiMia.1 -m .v-tiaU-sy a ml- .iaam jjuju owmjEJLiyifeMP. v-A-aai -WJiigaPiwsaiwBWHBBHBiHHiwiiHiBBWMiBMMMMMiMM ffliSCR-ErsK Pr m I u V""I m l I l&i 3$te KS' BBBBBBBBBBBBB. , M- -fl , II II meMM I maMi . ata Mll M - - ' r-'V W W K- -' " RELIGIOUS BEADING. THOUGHTS OF HEAVEN. Life changes all our thoughts of Heaven; At first we think of streets of gold. Of walls as white as snow, wind-driven. Of lofty arches, grandly cold, Of gates of pearl and dazzing light. Of shining wings and robes of white. And things all strange to mortal sight. But in the afterward of years It is a more familiar place; A home unhurt by sighs and tears. Where waiteth many a well-known face; Where little children play and sing, Where maidens and the old men bring Their tributes to theigracious King. With passing months it comes more near. It grows more real day by day; Not strange or cold, but very dear. The glad homeland not far ...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 24 February 1887

MrmstmM'mmaAsmmimiw iJmm9prfsmrzmmHmssrf 3&Fn&a8B3zzsi&mittm r-v r-asaBBs &? s TTIXis I V 3 - 's .jr'T'i? i'v? . r " " -l-3af ... ts.' I. ArA r;' r ;srir ii-sTtf" .rmMimmis&smmmm mmmtzmsm z ... -m . - - . - v .-.-,- r ; s - ttv - w m. v, - - v--3rss,iK2iv - - -,& st -,,, - , , ,-': '- " W4"3" r r .b- -- if . g, m ".T-t-r -r ar T'3fS TVri1T' .- -.. -.. e KS w c. s :- -"' j-i -"Tjfi : ,.- A. s Bf Jf" Lr ?- a; It 13. P s. ;. K? fe PSV SB SH- !-.' "5" THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. Official County And City Paper. X. G. PORTER, Editor. Married. Sunday, Feb. 20th, 1887, at the residence of tfie bride's parents, west of Colby, Mr. Wm. Ham- Moyer and Miss Lena Shafer, Rev. J. V. Van Eman of ficiating. Mr. Moyer is one of our popu lar boot and shoe dealers, and is doing a fine business. Miss Shafer has a large circle of friends here. 1 hey will live in Colbv. The Cat wishes them f elicit- lifelong. S. W. McElrov returned from Norton Monday. He reports that the Rock Isl and, k...

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