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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 10 March 1887

hen&m1m , tM r"1'3 -?" ffljr. Kb 1 !T f 'it 'trrr.r' TUiMtt ptteea tamy nva r w pets.. onal property, tar for Ae yfarlSBS. Par- ties who are owing weir lax are urgenuy requested to call at my office and Mgtff? the same, and save costs. Yours tnfly, MartWithai SherJC. For Sale. One secebfeband Chal lenge windmill, with toer, pump, pipes, and complete outfit, as gooa as new.. In quire of W. M. Kenly, Colbj,or at the w or of section 14. town 8. ranee 83. i " 49tf If you are suffering with weak or in flamed eyes, or granulated eyelids, you can be quicklv cured by using Dr. J. H. McLean's Strengthening Eje Salve. 25 cents a box. James W. Miller 1 Before N.J. Adams a Jus- -.s ytice or tne reaceoi .Morgan firnnrft Mullen 1 townshln Thomas Co. Kan, Said defendunt 1 hereby notitled that on therein duy of February 1887 on order of attachment fr the sum or tw-nty-ix ana nvpnt-one-hunclredth dollars was Issued by the abo e mimed Justice of the Peace against bis goods in the above entitled 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. — 17 March 1887

mm?m. 5--i-jt r MrJE I'igytat s. ?! VOL. III. NO. 2. COLBY. THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1887. iSSvi $1.50 PER YEAR. & S " ' 'iacVr " - " .ww-i - - -- , 5j .- H ' "..' j. "i " "--'' ff - - 3! a-. ' ' " r w ' . . r v r-a f - cOUIITy : " .'P Thomas 11 . Cat ; 1 W ifcH V) 1 Im ? Ju IS&Sj mz rar An Old Gentleman's Musings. Well, 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 He didn't differ much from the two-legged pugilist of mod ern days, only he vas more of a gen Reasons why itis to YOUR interest to deal with us : tleman than to walk up to a man and shake hands w ith him and then haul off and bieak his face. ITo was aw fully indifferent to. It made not the -slightest difference where he got his riib so he got it, and independent ! Great Scott ! He used to go aiound like as if owned the Newell House 1st. We allow Full Opti...

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 March 1887

ls&Crfe3HIS8 r-t-nj.n .s'f'i-?;vi" ' -ft.r,iv . AftsifSiA J &- bsi IK& f ?-- ftJK. S s 5& ; r? ? .Sp-v .' Si JSSm-P' i- rir'ae,r' EX)B OUIi YOUNG TEKADERR BE TRUE. Be true, dear youth, true In thy thoughts, Think never thought ot 111; Let earnest, noble thoughts be thine. Such as uplift the will. Bo true, dear youth, true in thy words, Oh. never falsely speak; Let all thy words be faithful ones Alike to strong and weak. Be true, dearyouth. true in thy deeds. To friend or foe the same: Let naught by thee t2 ever done To cause a blush of shame. Yea, dearest youth, in all b3 true In thought, word, and in deed And thou shall giin earth's best reward. And Heaven's eternal meed. '. J!. Strong, m Ool-J'n Uayt. A BIG ORDER. IIow Charley Got Into Trouble by "Foot-in-" with IIU Mother's Slat?. "What is that sl.ite and pencil hang ing there for?" asked Charley, looking out of the folds of the towel with which he was rubbing his face. "To write down what we want from the store,"...

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 March 1887

W"ff"MBTBtBroHlBBPBrTlWCp 1 si MtstntKxtGEtsTZMKHUJUisvLBUMisf. 'in iiiiM mi .11-11 .1, "f-' "X RM Si's ITOBJ ?:!"-& -tm.2. v--- mwm twwm i-f s. &&r.yizzi.tziC7mmK& iws;&f-.:i ?& ?35KTKKi'i:3Bir3?-Cf fi ;- . fcTvfil -- S&N 4-1 --; & -'il BsajasaaaaawaaawaawaaaaaaaaaaaBBBaassa - vH";i m r&Pi r A U. ftl te?- ls l&r J k FACTS WORTH KNOWING. Valuable Saggestloas Concernlnr tbm Wa terlas mnd Feeding of Horse. The watering and feeding of animals is important from a hj'gienic stand point. It is especially so where horse3 are concerned, since the care of these animals is more artificial than that of any other farm stock. One of the cast iron rules with stablemen is to water twice a day. The rule will not work especial harm if applied to horses of every-daj work, which leave the stable in the morning and return at night. Water, of course, is supposed to be given at intervals through the day, and especially at the noon-day meal. The time of watering is ...

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 March 1887

3p P vV, tfttWiftAimrfs&i vi TO!?2Vig ita;-- rJ :Ti;xra,r-?j2: -sx a 'f$m ' F'W: ivfflSt' V51 383 - J" 1 4ja5faseir. t"? ipp-fll "Sy tesss && IV Lv Is - THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. Official County And City Paper. W. G. PORTER, Editor. "All the cities of Maine have republi can majors. Kansas is the only state having a state forestry commission. If Queen Victoria lives until June she will have reismed fiftv vears. Topeka is now on the boom. The Sock Island is to build its shops at that place. Maine has passed a law creating a labor bureau. It is copied largely from Kansas law for same. Dr. Mary Walker has one great sor tow. She has no little boj's for whom she can make over her old,'pantaloons. Governor Martin has appointed during the past year two hundred and twenty-three notaiies public in "Wich ita. Supt. Fagan sas we will have a through line to Denver over the Mis souri Pacific, beioi e January lst,lS8S. Beloit Gazette. Gen. Fairchild. commander-in-chief of the Grand Armv o...

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 March 1887

r" m VJ$$& $ "!"i"f.X3T a. ? ) C. H. 4J.W. MARTIN, phtsiciajnS and" sdKgeons: COLBY, KANSAS. tyOfflce. opposite Cat. C. L DOUGLAS, Physician & Surgeon, t"STAttcnd Calls day or night. Office at Wal ker & Yousse's Drug Store. COLBY. - KANSAS. FARMERS'! MERCHANTS' BANK Commenced business Jau. 3d, '87. "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. Ciias. HnscHOW, Pros. A. Huteiuuch, v-Pres. David Zeuwekh, Cashier. A. L. Tosdlin. P. S. Ecstis. Geokge F. Joiida.v, Cashier. Tomblix & Eustis, Props. Sherman Co. Bank. Does a general Itimkinc business. Sells for eign exchange bn all priECipal.citie in Europe. ErsTi.s - Kansas. SAXTH OF EUSTIS. Sherman County Kanst.s, We furnish money lor final proofs or short time loans WANTED. Homestead and Tree Claitr.lieliiH-uisbments. Cite us a call if you have land t...

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 March 1887

: Ji W. ALLEN & SONS, Fashionable - Merchant - Tailors, Latest styles of spring and summer goods on hand. FINE WORK A SPECIALTY. A FIT CTTARAXTTSSS. I. H. BULLERS, DEALER IN Garden and Field Seeds, Hardware, Stoves, ImpFts. The siw.. i.andled aro not commission goods, but new and fresh. Come and 1 uy early while there is a good assortment. Prices low. Fanners who have had experience in using various rod plows, declare that the Cricket IJreaker is the strongest, runs the easiest and does the best work. J also have the Flying Dutchman Sulky Plow, which only needs to be mentioned. Call and get prices before buying. South oi town pump, Colb'," Kansas. . H. HULL, President. THOMAS COUNTY BANK. Colby, Sans. Does akgeneral banking business. interest on time deposits. Loans made tion given to collections. SECOND DOOU NOKTH H. D. BEAN & SON, DEALERS IN Harness, Saddles, Collars, Whips, Combs, Brushes, Harness Oil and Sweat Pads, Etc. Manufacturers oi Light and Heavy Harness. First Do...

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 March 1887

Hdii Ksiss-kk;1! gR'gfj:- -il?-i!C-B J j-rl-r & Farm Lons at 7 Per Cent -1 m: ne u S1 AND A RE SONABLE COMMISSION. ONE MORTGAGE TAKEN! a 3 SI .- ONLY i SraM-' -r4 'x & Sit M m- . -' THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. W. G. PORTER & CO.. Publishers. Coal oil :it the Ccntr.tl. All land men are full of work now. Flying Dutchman at I. H. Bullers'. Finnerty loans money at 7 per cent. Gasoline at the Central Drug Store. Pric-e-s are cut seriously at Donelan's. W. G Porter loans money on chattels. Cricket breakers at Bullers' hardware. 100 barrels of apples cheap at Brady's. For the best board go to the Windsor Walker & Yousse sell Salinger's cigars. Choice seeds and low prices at Bullers'. Frank Burling is working at Russell Springs.. Salinger's Stand-by cigars at Walker & Yousse's. Chas. M. Hovey went to Russell Springs this week. When you go to Oberlin, go by Colby and Oberlin stage line. Patent medicines of every description ut Walker & Yousse's. Colby and Oberlin stage lin...

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 March 1887

S'l .sWV -r"- ;?Sir7rTig9reS7'3gre-5 !'? "i.-5 f V iS U I., i r"",'"""y'"" fin i hi "' 'r"j ..mi ii. lili.1 & vv -??. ?.8s?-- w ?- r THOMAS COUNTY OAT W. C. PORTER, Publisher. COI.RY. KAXS4- AN EMPTY NEST. A prove old man and a maiden fair Wal'-cd together at early morn; The thrushes up in the clear cool air Sang to the farmer planting his corn. And, oh, how sweet was the fresh turned moid I And, oh, how fair were the budding trees 1 For daisy's silver and daffodil's gold Were full of the happy honey-bees. Ah, look! there's an empty nest," she said; "And I wonder where sing the last year's birds" Then the old man quickly raised his head. Though scarcely he noted her musing words; He tore the nest from the swaying tree, He flung to the winds its moss and hay. And said: "When an empty nest you see. Be sure that you throw it far away." "But whyi" she asked, with a sorrowing face "Why may not the pretty home abidcS'' Because," lie answered, "'twill be a place In which the worm and t...

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. — 17 March 1887

WWmBSS. jcr, --?-! w'-sajesw :sa?r Jf Tj'vS? $"&'& i? JJeJE? Sc --fi M:1 gS?- SSBS irfS" -t: vrj - ? M: r"-.". '- j , -a .1 P. J t. - h t 'THOMAS COUNTY GAT. , W. C. POSTER, Publisher. rr.,vv. - - - - - - kav.m MOTHER'S COOKING. Italian, French and German cooks, and Yankee ones, beside. To satisfy my appetite, alas, have vainly tried, .For all their skill and knowledge, backed by lots of money, too, .Can not produce such cooking as my mother ucd to do. tHer pumpkins, mince and apple pies, tiro inches thick at least, Are still to me in memory a sweet perpetual feast. ."Her puddings, bread and biscuit, pure and lighter lhan the snow. 3 dream about, but netcr eat, no matter where I go. But of the many dainties that my mother used to make, .1 think her home-made crullers nearly always took the cake. .Iyct can see her making them, her hands with Hour white, "VWhile round her stood us children small, a-watching with delight. "'Beside the stove an earthen pot stood ready to be crow...

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. — 17 March 1887

HP 54 v ,( "' Commissioners Proceedings. Continued from last week. Beginning at the northwest corner of sec tion (1) one, town (8) eight south, range (34) thirty-four west, thence due west on township line between townships (7) seven and (8) eight, range (38) thirty-six west, thence due west in said'township to the northwest corner of section (8) six, town (8) eight south, range (38) thirty-six west and we respectfully represent that each of us is a householder of said jounty residing in the vicinity where said road is pro posed to be laid out and that said road if so laid out will be of public utility. M. a. Duff, W. H. Kingery, M. M. Kingery, P. N. O'Hara, John D. Huges, G. W. Hamtnons, D. F. Barker Geo. McLaughlin, -T. W. Lamont, Joha F. Mar tin, J, F. Korar, Win. Kribbs, Walter Barker, Jas. Palmer, J. B. Morley, J. A. Hutnerford, Frances Tubbs, John Shafer Frank L. Newton H. M. Bartlett, A. M. Brownfleld. State of Kansas 1 ss Thomas County) M. A. Duff one of the within petitione...

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 March 1887

c"-C ; , c&r v - t K , .T -i rsM I -a' ; pOUNTy Thomas u VOL. III. NO. 3. ' COLBY. THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1887. 1.50 PER YEAR. OPTION LOANS !f -V! -t-1 Cat. I :' We are prepared to furnish money on Real Estate Security at an hour's notice. OUR TERMS are liberal, are low. Interest payable at Colby. No attorney's fees. No gold Payment. No cut-throat clauses. The best ever offered to the farmers of northwestern Kansas, call and see us. ' .. . .correspondence jnyited. PARMERS'I MERCHANTS' BANK Commenced business Jan. 3d, '87. jy Docs a seneral 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. Citas Buschow, Pres. A. Lmjtekiich, v-Pres. Da id ZtnwKKii, Cashier. A. L. Tombliv. P. S. EOSTIS. Gi-OHGK F. Jordan, Cashier. Tomblin & Eustis, Props. p Sherman Co. Bank. f Does a general Rnnkinir business. Sells for '...

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 March 1887

r"7M -A SSI 'T' ILELIGIOUS BEADING. MY PRAYER. Oft whca I pray that God will blest l'y friends most dear. Will make their trials something less. Or crown their lives -with happincsa, From year to year; Soon as my fond petitions rise, The thought will coma That the dear LorJ alone is wise. And He ordaineth saeriflco As life's true sum. "Whichrrer way our path may lead, Thcro looms the Cros9, No less to beckon than to plead. The while it covers human need. Demanding loss. "If thou wilt enter life, resign Thy life," it saith; "A soldier of the Kinj Divine, Tho martyr's spirit should be thine, If not his death. "What thou possesse3t, count it l03s; It will not last: The wealth of this world yield as dross; Hold blessings humbly; but the cross Tho cross hold fasti" Not less of trial, then, not more Of happiness I crave, as I have craved before, For those I pray for o'er and o'er. And fain would bless. But now my fond petitions rise; From things of time, Lord Jesus, turn away their eyes, ...

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 March 1887

:-T-jTV"fr PFY w&zi ;- lJt3' .w . 41. fc-JjtWel" if" i Ii In ? Bi , FOB OUB Y0UNOEEADEB& A KING'S DOMINION. -The carpet in the parlor is no better than the floor; Or the carpet in the library one can say little more; There's a good one in the dining-room, although it's rather small; But the carpet in the nursery is nicest of them alL There's a palace in the middle, circled with a wall of blick, "With a moat of yellow water, four brown path ways runnis- back Throueh a fear-til, frightful forest from the windows to the door, 'Hound four lakes of deep dark water with green grifllns on the shore. At the corners there are castles, and in one King Arthur reigns; In the north one is a giant, and the south is Charlemagne's. But the castle in the corner by the closet is the best, .And from this I rule my kingdom and reign orer all the rest. But the middle park and palace are a very won drous place Statues, vases, fairies, graces, flowsrs and bow. crs through all tho space, 'Tis a gal...

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 March 1887

.yff? mmmmmmmm i Ml 3 THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. Official County And City Paper. W. G. PORTER, Editou. Dr. F. P. VanValkenburgh, of Hebron, Hcb., stopped oyer Sunday at tbe Wind sor House. He.is to locate in Sherman county. Eusfis probably will be the point. He believes Eusti. is the town of Sherman county by all means. It may be a little dry this yoar owing to the new prohibitory law. One don't have to pray for moisture under the new .regime but must swear for it. Swearing does good sometimes, even if it is for fire water or drug store kill-me-80-rods. E. P. Worcester, Dr. C. E. Corporan, I C. B. Cok and Tom Sutton went to Bur lington, Col., Sunday to look for invest ments and sce the country. If the In dians or cow bo3s of Sherman Center don't w.iv lay them they will be back this week. Jack Broderick was agreeably surpris ed on hU claim east of town Tuesday evening by about a dozen couple of Colby young folks coming in on him after lie had retired. They proceeded to clear the room and...

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. — 24 March 1887

,rr- y V- -. Jo-. lM .-y-i-; rs V Farm Loans at 7 Per Cent i AND A RE 1SONABLE COMMISSION, ONE MORTGAGE TAKEN! ONLY v I f . i ,- a ; r .$ .-i v fc- THE THOMAS COUNTY- CAT. W. G. PORTER & CO., Publishers. Finnerty loans money at 7 per cent. Prices are cut seriously at Donelan's. W. G. Porter loans money on chattels. 100 barrels of apples cheap at Brady's. For the best board go to the Windsor Walker & Yousse sell Salinger's cigars. Salinger's Stand-by cigars at Walker & Yousse's-. When you go to Oberlin, go by Colby and Oberlin stage line. Patent medicines of every description at Walker & Yousse's. Colby and Oberlin stage line is the best conveyance to Oberlin. Don't forget the fine line of druggists' sundries at the Palace Drug Store. Fancy articles of all kinds at the City Drue Store Smoke Salinger's Stand-by, at Walker in Yousse's. -aiojsSnjp s.ossnojt apjaqiuAt oj o3 uaqx -noA"i,upip 'pafooioo Clocks, watches and jewelry neatly re paired at Sun Beam photograph gall...

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 March 1887

f. -" :? ammaawmtttammm "- rc. B.'V -a m '' Y THOMAS COUNTY OA1 W. C. PORTER, Publisher. COirtY. - - - - - - KAVQ' EVENLY BALANCED. She Is beautiful, she's charming, but she don't know, when she sees, The transcendental, philosophic baked beans of the Bostonesc. Eer attitudinosity Is such as Is adored. But you never saw her posing o'er the family washing board. Ah, in her pianosthctics she can show her fingers deft, , But betting on her sewing yon would certainly get left: And her conversationally astonishes her sex. But then its grammarology is likely to perplex. She's familiar with the operas, yet she doesn't seem to know That the music of the household has its start ing point on dough; In the ball room's strict devotions she is always quite severe Her devotions of a Sunday well, perhaps the angels hear. Proudly doth she wield the scepter in the bngbt and gilded room. But at home it's not synonomous with dusting brush or broom; Still the man she matnmonializes needn't sit and groa...

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 March 1887

';;. -i-'pC''p' m , 4? II K? I" i I i ii " V l s I h. W U V k 'B, ? !- THOMAS COOTTY OAT. V. C. PORTE?, Publisher. "COLBY. - - 71 . KAVS4 HER WISH. -"'I -wish my fairy would come to-day Acd brush the dust from these rooms away; "Thcrfwbivcbs, too, oathe cc'tos high, ..Empty traps, -with never a ff '"Iiowhorr.d they look! ;ion my life, "IThe torment-of every tijywife! 'I wis! my fairy my ?!sce would talte la the kitchen, aiJ .- me see hr hake, ' For rm so wear I really dresd She thought of kneading a batcn of bread." ;3Jcr husband beard her wish that day, jlJut scarcely heeding it, hurried away. ,At night he locked h's office door, And gladly entered his borne once more. As round the cozy room he glanced. His eyes with pleasure fairly danced. "The fire-dogs of polished brasv .For burnished gold almost would pass. His easy chair was in its placo JJe6lUe it beamed a smiling face. Jo wonder that he turned to her. Half husband and half worshiper, Andsaid: " Some fairy has had full s In e...

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 March 1887

tiH 7--fti' iv?'Vs '" n" ''''. -"- M if.; . ' J 't . It II THE U. P. LANDS Are now on the market and open for ACTTTAZi SSSTTIiBMB2TT. THOMAS COUNTY. The Garden Spot of the Garden State. 200,199 ACMES OF THE RICHEST, SMOOTHEST AND BEST LAND IH THE UNITED STATES. TERMS OF SALE : TEN YEARS' CREDIT. One-tenth of the purchase money is paid at the time of nale. At the end of the first year no part of the principal is due. but interest at the rate of seven per cent, per annum is paid on the deferred principal. At the end of the second year, thereafter, one-tenth or the principal is due, together with interest on the deferred amount, at the rate of seven per cent per annum. Example. 160 acres sold March 1st, 1887, at $4.00 per acre, 1640. The payments would be due as follows: PAYMENTS. WHEN DUB. PRIN. INT. TOTAL. First March 1,1887. 164.00 194.00 Second " 1888 $40.32 40.33 Third " 1889. 64.00 40.32 104.33 Fourth " 1890. 64.00 15.84 99.84 Fifth " 1691. 64.00 31.36 95.36 Sixth " 1802. 64.00 2...

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. — 31 March 1887

"iSs, f KiC. s33.v ;! jjfcjw' - COUNTy t . 1?'s' - VOL. III. NO. 4. COLBY. THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 1887. 1.50 PER YEAR. Thomas Cat I1 n. n -" IM-i 11 i THE REASON OF IT. The whole of the great growing and rapidly developing West is enjoying a "boom" this year greater and more sub stantial than it .ever had before, and the reason of it is that the long con tinued sunshine of its prosperity is chasing away from the minds of our brothers of the east the shadows of the "bugbear" stories so long told and believed concerning this "great Amer ican desert, which now proves to be the Garden of the World. People have at last awakened to the idea that crops are as ceitain in Kansas as any other state, and that the same care and attention will produce the same results here as in any state east of us. Right in the center of the vast re gion of the splendid territory of the West, stands Kansas, the most fertile, most beautiful and most productive of them all Kansas, the maligne...

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