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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 24 February 1887

T VK' IJffKHKiN' ? y J7? 'r:. rrggS J-aaaw l' T55gTiq-?E :&y?l UWPIB'JAIIwv - -.-wvJH -v'rrtygyiui 'JiJUA-jh rfc-STJvt ei5.Ti swrvl - -r-rtiiwwffri stV Z - - rS' $ -; - y r Nc Farm Loans at 7 Per Cent AND A REASONABLE COMMISSION. KJ&k, k m I -M OofI ONLY V5iVi v . . s r v "" : " ONE MORTGAGE TAKEN ! Chattel Loans at Lowest Hates. .""51 m ti m i 'f .' tv C. II. Timiex, Prest. J. J. Foltz, Vice-President. CAPITAL $100,000. OBERLIN LOAN, TRUST, and BANKING CO., of Oberlin, Kansas, for the accommodation of patrons in Thomas and Sherman Counties, Has established a BRANCH OFFICE at COLBY, KAN. Farm - Loans - at - as - Low - Rates As any reliable company can make. Loans closed and money paid here. Principal and interest payable here. A HOME COMPANY cannot afford sharp practice, which, insures fair honest treatment. Money furnished to make proof. Itefer to the 1st National Bank, Oflice with Frank Piugree. THE TIIOMS COUNTY CAT. W. G. PORTER & CO., Publishers. Coal oil at the Cen...

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. — 24 February 1887

-M? T 5 i&lSf Sh' ;' - T- $ J& ti S4 & THOMAS COUNTY OAT, W. C. PORTER, Publisher. COLBY. ------ KANSAS HIS ONLY FRIEND. He crouched upon the pauper mound Where his loved master's bones were laid; In dumb despair he gazed around One shaggy paw half-fearful laid Upon the earth so cold, so gray. Where his one friend, his master, lay. He whined and howled, his grief to tell; His face was piteous to behold; And lo the ram in torrents fell, , While long and loud the thunder rolled. He did not mind the angry storm That beat upon his trembling form. Who slept below? A worthless scamp, An idle outcast, people said. A waif a stray a ragged tramp. Who gladly shared his crust or bread With the fond brute, his only friend. Who lit ed to guard him, and defend. They had been comrades in distress; Misfortune marked them both its own; And now he missed that rude caress. How cold, how dark, the world had grown. He drooped his head, his eyes grew dim; Life held no ray of light for him. He...

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. — 24 February 1887

SJuiVt tea &, i A m? THOMAS COUNTY CAT. . .I. W. C. PORTER, Publisher. COT RY. TAVa! THE VALENTINE. She beard the postman blow his horn, Down to the gate she sped, , tThe softly falling flakes of snow A-whirl about her bead, J ;Herlips apart, her eyes aglow, .Her cheeks all rosy red. ' ."She kiss'd the letter o'er and o'er. Wider still the red glow spread; A valentine from farmer Ben;" Then to myself I said: "And next I'll hear, I'm pretty sure, That they are to be wed." The world will wish them well, I know. For they're a bonnie pair; No farmer lad more brave than he Than she, no lass more fair: .No hearts more true, no love more leal. No constancy more rare. Frank II. Stanjftr, in Good Houneletpinfj. ST. VALENTINE'S DAY. 3ts Origin, and Changes in Its Ob servance. "Mother, look at these valentines; aren't the' pretty?" said little Grace ""Wilcox, one evening toward the middle of February, as she placed a handful of light, gauzy, variously-colored cards .in her mother's lap. "M...

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. — 24 February 1887

- if i,jJi . COAL! COAL! COAL! At $9.00, $9.50 and f 10.50 per ton for the next 90 days. Now is the time 'to get your coal of the Chicago Lumber Co. 300D RESULTS IN EVERY CASE. D. A. Bradford, wholesale paperdealer of Chattanooga. Tenn.. writes that he was seriously afflicted with a severe cold, that settled on his lungs; bad tried many remedies without benefit. Being induced to try Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, did so, and was entirely cured by use of a few bottles. Since which time he has used it in his family for all coughs and colds with best results. This is the experience of thousands whose lives have been saved by this wonderful discovery. Trial bottles free at C. H. -Martin & Bro's. Drug Store. 6 ' ZW WHITE GOODS. A new lot of white dress goods and embroideries, lin ens and towels, just received at the brick store. Now is the time to buy cheap. We never will know whether tame grass will grow and do well in Thomas count)' unless farmers sow the s-eed. Woodruff...

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. — 3 March 1887

l S3 -3 COUNTy . v . Thomas Cat. xsl .& - flfi vi && s& ,t . . ' '& -5H VOL. II. NO. 52. COLBY. THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1887. $1.50 PER YEAR. 1 Tj4 . CvJ J' ;$ 11 & An Old Gentleman's Musings. Weil, here I am way out west on a claim. This is a wonderful country, and that reminds me of a little story I read about a wonderful dog. The dog was a prize fighter. He'd sooner fight than eat. lie didn't differ much from the two-legged pugilist of mod em days, only he was moie of a gen Reasons why it is to YOUR interest to deal with us : tleman than to walk up to a man and shake hands with him and then haul off and bieak his face. II was aw fully indifferent to. It made not the slightest dhTerence wucie he got his grub so he got it. and independent ! Great Scott ! lie used to go around like as if owned the Newell House i st. We allow Full Option clauses. and half of Colby besides. One day he was looking aiound and he hap pened to drop into a saloon. ...

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. — 3 March 1887

Zirt ??) r r BT "v V Tfc IS EVk N &&. ;&. iSSA r-jr iVE " tlf THOMAS COUNTY OAT. W. C. PORTER, Publisher. COLBY. - - - - - - kavq.' THERE, YET HERE. IiSSt April she was with me, who, to-day-Is some where In the far-off world of God, Far off, said IT She if not far away When Heaven and earth are Hindered by a sod. Sere is the spot where, in the rain-wet moss, I found the first shy blossom of the spring; I see, again, a sun-shaft strike across The flower's heart, and hear a. robin sing. And then I see her face, so fair, so sweet ! So full of tender thoughts, and oh, so true! And with that April's joy my pulses beat To-day, my darling, as I think of you. "No flower so sweet as violets," you said, And took the blossom, smiling dreamily, Because they always bear, alive or dead. This message born of love: 'I think of thee.' " Sere on this knoll we sat awhile to see The amber sunshine fade to rosy light; And heard the hum of some belated bee In hiveward-faring, pollen-laden fli...

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. — 3 March 1887

Trrrr-znnz-?. .S.1 j-w iK.'r C 4, ir. - Vil - -" - i.. - " 'HI W- y4W !ji'?ii1IWPJllly. :l'tlW . y-gs Jn8lf" ?& . ? " - T. liMllstMl j.1-u, ' jiLuj-,vzgi?M8raj'v,w'njwi'wciTt-jaiiiii'WJi r-jgejgBiiM8BPggSi3Bg-:iia8g. i imsmwi nil i" I'm in i wwim win immii wii 5 2v 4- fcSlC SS i-- iw. Th- bf .V m v i 3 ,h m a" hs Ffe-S te re 'lisp- BB& V THOMAS COUNTY OAT W. C. PORTER, Publisher. VSuAiY. KANSAS. TO THE COMPOSITOR. O mncn-reviled, harshly scolded one, I of the pen a humble wielder -can "Witness that you with my essays have been A very patient, long forbearing man. .Tor many a -word omitted you've supplied. And many a word superfluous left out, .And many an involved paragraph released. And many a line parenthesised about. .And oh, what thanks for semicolons, and Whole colons, too, to you, my friend, be long ."Help which from readers mine the fact has kept That I in punctuation am not strong. True, once you cruelly " boiled" my heroine When she but " toiled," and once I saw My ...

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. — 3 March 1887

VXSjSWV ?VC-f-22?3? ?$ "X?72t T2.; r ?&' 3-tV r5' ' jLL- s-il :'fi M' - r ' i ra t? . 3B, . fe M ." r li? THE THOMAS COUNTY" CAt Official County And City Paper. W. G. PORTER, Editor. New spring goods arriving daily at P. J. Assenmacher & Co's. Smoke Belle of Colby at the Postoffice. Last Sunday, Feb. 27th, seven armed men went from Leoti to Coronado to clean out the town. Six of the seven weie shot dead by Coronadoites, and the other has since died. It grew out of the county-seat fight. The latest is that Le oti people in revenge have burned Coro nado. More blood is expected to be spil led. Hon. G. "V. Goodsoe was seriously ill for about one week, and it was at the time the railroad bond question came up. He was sick in bed for four daj's. hence his silence on that score. Mr. Goodsoe has made an excellent representative, always attentive to the interests of Thomas count, and an able and elo quent advocate of northwestern Kansas. He has the highest esteem of his com peers in ...

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. — 3 March 1887

S3 Cat Supplement. THURSDAY, MARCH 3d. 1887. PLEASANT VIEW. er 1. Fine weather, with plenty of windand su-j Severe one forTor ht but by no A' .,..., . , I TOean3 tle least of his storms came sweeping VZT tgr ''! L rormfour to down upon us the ITth, and made glad th weeks yet bfore it will be safe for us to lea el hearts of many of our citizens UaTleVT woodc!,uck- ! Hiram Thompson, ct Colby, was Morm-stai.l There has been but one wedding in town 7. ! in Georgetown this week. n v .. . .,, , lr .u , , "". unwns Jonn vanvalklnburg has gone to Fremont B.-.V artl? iS n.OW Pres,dent of the ! of others bein matrimonial! inclined, we c unty. Iowa, where be will remain for a few i irst National Bank, vice Judge Newell, ."re aware that this is a new country, there- months, after which he will make Thomas ...o ... .Uuu,C3 ,c, , iimku uaaie siowiy. county his home. we admire the pen of lonely old maid. A universal grab, grab for some of the tt R. land. Our literary holds a standing: session, and...

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. — 3 March 1887

-Ji-i Km:um:iv i -n BALDWIN NEIGHBORHOOD. ! TcMe-Kltty Wells." The dance at P. N. Davis' was a grand sue- How lonely was I here that evening. - eess. iSerjonpe?joyeanimeii. The blizzard was more severe In 7-3S than at Colby; but very little stock Is reported lost. E. L. Temple was caught at tliv railroad by the blizzard. F.Kjes, Mr. Temple's brother-in-law, with family. ha e gone back, to Missouri with the idea that Thomas count is oh top. The homesteaders of 7-b are dead against bonds in Thomas county. 7-3H is sensiblc.and let us hope that not a man or 7-36 will be so foolish as to vote bonds. Frank Marcie has departed for Nebraska to be gone a short time. His object is to lay in a new suppl) of blacksmith's tools. James Sellman is contemplating sending his daughter back to Indiana to attend school. W. M. Baldwin is prepared for the wort bliz7ards now, as he has plenty ol good shel ter for his stock. Tim Howard makes a -food correspondent lor the Democrat. Peter Brady's fat hogs lo...

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. — 3 March 1887

'-WLL w ilUMMISSION. tn " y .i Cat Supplement. THURSDAY, MARCH 3d. 1887 Rev. Ferguson has returned. A. J. Senter P. M. is on sick list. Ed Case is very sick ut Farmers Hotel. Mr. Logan helped on the Cat this week. J.S. Warden went Friday to Frankfort Kansas. Ed Teal is deputy County Clerk and also City Clerk of Colby. Russell springs is to build a $5000. court house this summer. ChasM. Hovey is now President of Pioneer Town Site Company. J. S. Warden has bought an interest in Russell Springs St. John county. Mr. Evans, attorney of Holdredge Ne braska was in the cit' this week. State Senator Blue of Linn county has the enviable sobriquet of "the objector. A boycott has been made on Leaven worth Times by saloonists of Leaven worth. Senator Ingalls ha- been elected Presi dent of the U. S. Senate. Kansas again to the front. C. H. Wallingford is erecting several residences. They will add much to the beauty of this city. M. Donelan hereby gives notice that all parties must come in and set...

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. — 3 March 1887

fFarm Loans at 7 Per Cent 1 i AND A REASONABLE COMMISSION. i JONLY ONE MORTGAGE TAKEN! I Chattel Loans at Lowest Hates. j j V" F. C. FlNNERTY, Next to Brick Hotel. " M m, " 'C. H. TiLi)i:.,Picst. Evertox Doom, Manager. T TT J JP I ' J.J. Foltz, Vice-President. Otis L. Bextox, See'y. CAPSTAL $!O,OO0. OBERLIN LOAN, TRUST, and BANKING CO., of Oberlin, Kansas, for the accommodation of patrons in Thomas and Sherman Counties, lias established a BRANCII OFFICE at COLBY, KAN. Farm - Loans - at - as - Low - Rates As nny reliable company can make. Loans closed and money paid here. Principal and interest payable here. A HOME COMPANY cannot afford sharp practice, which insures fair honest treatment Mono' furnished to make proof. Refer to the 1st National Bank, Colby, Kansas. Office with Frank Pingrec. ?! THE TIIOMS COUNTY CAT. W. G. PORTER & CO., Publishers. Coal oil at the Central. " Flying Dutchman at I. H. Bullers'. Finnertj- loans money at 7 per cent. i Gasoline at the Central Drug Stor...

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. — 3 March 1887

:41 m &? -lZ. m - y ''' r? m u SS wiSfj EKLTGIOUS LEADING; IN 'THE DARKNESS. "Unto the upright there ariseth light lm the darkness." Psalm lt:t. Tight In the darkness !" O, boot good cheer, Iet not thy sorrows o'erwhelni thee with fear; Trust in Jehovah to lead thee aright, Pillar of Fire to guide thee by night. All thing3 against thee! No breali in the clondJ Troubled and stricken, thou criest aloud. Friends may forsake thee and foes may sur round, Light in the darkness" in Jesus is found. J thy faith sVikcn with doubt undefined! Darkening thy soul and bewildering thy mind! Go, tell thy Saviour! He ever is near. "Light in the darkness"' will surely appear. "Light in the darkness." When tempest is nigh Hear the Voice saying: "Behold it is I;" "When on the billows Christ cometh to thee. Peace thou shall welcome, and light thou shalt see. Upright and strong, let thy course be pursued; Blott'n? out evil and striving for good: Trusting and striving, whate"cr may befall, 'Light in th...

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. — 3 March 1887

&K- .. - -- aOPe 't "ri -- . TV6 vv-v . ytrr -v- S3sr.-:a3&,s - i J-ti ..- 'izPW&jgg- m vai Si t&' is " F nt ;$ w . r, & tf- -rs ?rj" m . H&r- 5'- -&$ PS m. --fji .o-irsir it W-' &I& Pl-S RS& r'Sr' i,-fe2 zt t&m Jr -KUa jw- 5- IP ss E-aS? irf SL-if , G5 - FOB OUR YOUNG HEADERS.! REMEMBER THAT. THE CIBU "Now, Pussy Gray, Come here, I pray; Listen to what I have to say Sit on the cushion at my side And jave your ribbon neatly tied; You must not scratch, nor growl, nor bite, And you must never steal, nor fight; But clear the house of rats and mice, And keep your fur and whiskers nice. The things that other pussies do Would not bo right at all, for you, You are my cat; Bemember that. TIIE CAT. Oh, Mistress May, Your Pus.sy Gray H.is quite as much as you to say: You should not scold, nor pinch, nor strlka, Nor feed me only when you like, Xor fchut me out to freeze at night "When you arc tucked up warm and tigh But treat me always in the way You...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 3 March 1887

?!?S! ;?" t ' rtt&g2&$&gI ' Ja3& TL,.' 'JXte,iXi-idiS'-)1 ' ..SCX va-a si j . 'S. . t.se ?-?& ,52rH -JZZtAe- J- V- A. rt . Tv dfaHaafl sfe&ip fgHi?v;s-- l-VLisffe? jgs4s fes-A,- rJHl " "! V " lV - i-JV 65 fvgsr M JFkZJz- ?s?c JS',- ':5m- rVE J . C. J. Jones contested'tbe seat of H. P. Myton, of Finney county. The commit tee on elections duly investigated the case, and went to Finney county to take evidence. The committee, except two, Tlev. O. X. Bottorff, of Sumner count-, and M. L Potter, of Dickinson county, favored a uissjority report for .Myton. But afterwards contrary to expectation, they favored 3lton ana voted for him. It is now charged that they received town lots and other boodle for their change to Myton. The exposure was made Sunda last. Rev. Bottorff Saturday morning opened the house with prayer, and prat ed for all the wicked world and that their deeds might not find them out. His prayer was speedily answered. His name is now uotliev. Bottorff hu...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 3 March 1887

SpttE .w?"5 MEANS' WSfiRGEONS. i Vv, RE AL ESTATE & LOAN AGENT. y. - . . - -" V ir. 'gir IlKSSF iSt COLBY, KAK8A8. ,2JOffice opposite Cat. , C. 1. DOUGLAS, Physician & Surgeon, 2TAttcnd Calls day or night. Office at Wal ter & Toussc's Drug Store. COLBV. - KANSAS. FARMERS' MERCHANTS' BANK Commenced business Jan. 3d, 'ST. t2?Does a general banking business. Ex change bought and sold. Money loaned on -chattel and personal security, at current rates. Collections will have careful attention and prompt remittance. Interest paid on time deposits. Cha5. Busciiow, Pre. A. Lautekiiacii, v-Pres. Duid Zehw kkh. Cashier. A. L. Tombus. P. S. Eustis. Gkoiuik F. Jokdiv, Cashier. Tomblix & Eustis, Props. Sherman Co. Bank. Does a general Himlinu- liiine. Sells for eign exchange on allxrliicipiil cities in Europe. Eustis - Kansas. SAITX OF EUSTIS. Sherman County Ksms:.s. We furnish money for flnal jii oofs or short time loans WANTED. Homestead andTreeCIaiir ltelinqtiishinents. Jive us ...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 3 March 1887

KM3f?;-c!'; a l& E-L ij-.J '' 'Ji 55? fcKEV?W??fira3Kr'.iS Er?-'' - V . $&&&$8g -' - ?f &vs R A W L I 11 S " B.ZZXVZ B.XXXV a.XXXIV RXXXIII ELXTXll- "B.XXXI :t mi S vi o row mm wiMmB-j M ' TT p nTT rr.-rlTTT I ' I T I PT-Ti -sriir i liffrj I I 1 lS-agaavl I I ITM 1 1 II 1 1 JHMaHifFFf i I U-tfTOi rrfefe?sBitmgCT pTOftffrpffifr44IM4JFfffiw m4i4HTfrrffHJ , I I fcr r5.tp h m riTvfcfeXrTTTi i SznEMtixrHtefrlSK ill&J I s t.' V 6 V k ' cjisiphrcir Psftifi flNil THE NEWEIi HOUSE. FIRST HOTEL BIRTHPLACE OF THOMAS CO. CAT. in3rruiT'S5,'W rffj-- Mr. Win. Summer's every Wednesday night, we hope they will change it to some other night if it is agreeable, we would like to ut. tend but it interferes with prayer meeting at Georgetown. Giving to the bad weather the writing teach er has not been able to meet the people at the new church, but says, if the public is interest ed enough to get him twenty names and send him he will come and teach the school. We learn from the word...

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. — 10 March 1887

St- &Wr45i -v iJ-;'-.? JJ.-3T' Bnss sa" jmm 57 z - .r-ry. ----- ,--ir-.-TWB- jc" j-TT.TTKaftttF. ,t. fc3"M 5: ""r?!-",-2""2Srtg vr; 53i sssrvr sn . j,wv Pt' A-4-- -rjK- -a. .- --. rt- '.? .-2,?. - . tee 4jvt$i. -!, G W- rl i--"- A St- - .6 qati' . rilv&F" V?fr.A mm c n. ,. ."-;'$ J f 0r1yi -1" r it -nr-r." K ' fr1S5d 1 ? 'K O 1 'T &! . 5 . z&M VOL.111. NO. i. COLBY, THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH io, 1887. r.5o PER YEAR. f 3a Jt E&rm rf "-rvpH r :at--rfc-Tr W-r '"H ? VJK tf A - aP I I I I I ll WJ A T . JL JL. at l 1 XI 'P - If itt fe&i m tsL fi& $Vv-t, L K?' An' Old Gentleman's Musings. "Weil, here I am way out west on a claim. This is a wonderful country, and that reminds me of a little i story. Tread about a wonderful dog. The dog was a prize fighter. He'd sooner fight than cat. He didn't differ much from the two-legged pugilist of mod ern days, only he was more of a gen Reasons why it is to YOUR interest to deal with us : tleman than to walk up...

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 March 1887

1.. & -- Ife ?S. fe" K K& E EStf F&r fc2-v- 3 Li" -fi m& iH M&Ri. K&l KJ& r Wi- lfi&& n vxs Wfr' &&-- wm?mMmm!$&mw&m ft1 nftl mlffl acu UJOM MLA If rWui am ' at r c . .Tvmnimaiivi,tntr'uiifl?ii,'i i-w . iHiar mrBHBi inviMr Official County And City Paper. Y. G. POKTBR, Editor. . The B. & "L are making -arrangements to come to Colby and as the ask no bonds the people of Thomas count- and Colby should think this over and give what encouragement they can. The State of Kansas ex rel. S. 33. Bradford, attorney general of the State of Kansas vs. the city of Lea Tenwortli, in the supreme court, was lvon by state. The derision declares illegal the lemonade licensee ' under which whisky was so!d. A victory for prohibition. Brick Pomeroy say there arc bad men in states prison, small men in Uice and mean men in church, but v.c 1. 1 i 't. 1 1 sin'.1', or mean as he who Das not onongli a i.bition and re gard for the county ai. I town he live...

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 March 1887

i m j i 3Pw jj-wy jflffliBH ir :H3''pgg-mBWM 1 HHHI ?. iL t - ' ? NEH-iygt s v m - A 'S-T'-V AND A REASONABLE COMMISSION.; ONLY ONE MORTGAGE TAKEN I Chattel Loans at Lowest Hates. 4'.V: -? ?4 X fcws 1 ( sjfr 1 - STi' Ji-J r-' ' r i .- at rBBlB H went i - i. rVSt aim SPSS SI, ' rSl . ? ,W; 8) 1 if .r mrrt : H. Tii.dkx, Prest. J..T. Foinz, Vice-President. CAPITAL $100,000. OBERLIN LOAN, TRUST, and BANKING CO., of Oberlin, Kansas, for the accommodation of patrons in Thomas and Sherman Counties, Has established a BRANCH OFFICE at COLBY, KAN. Farm - Loans - at - as - Low - Rates As any reliable company can make. Loans closed and money paid here. Principal and interest payable here. A HOME COMPANY cannot afford sharp practice, which insures fair honest treatment 3Ioncj furnished to make proof. liefer to the 1st National Bank, Colby, Kansas. Office with Frank 1-inerec. THE TIIOMS COUNTY CAT. W. G. PORTER & CO.. Publishers. Coal oil at the Central. Flying Dutchman at I. II. Bullers Finn...

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