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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 9 June 1887

'2Z3&p3m&&&& ? r, A SONG FOR PEACE. Decoration Day, 1887. Original. MIGHTY realm oe- twcen the mlgnty 6eas! I mark thy rivers posh thcr crystal down. And bear rich ships by foot of field ana town. While all thy high ways murmur as C7 wv 5 I see sweet homes up on tny nappy iea. And roofs by mount and mere and beaches brown. And all my heart stirs with thy brave renown And yields its voice-e'en such slight notes as these. That I am of thee makes me loving bold In question of thy welfare; ecn that thou Puss on to utter peace this song I fold In (lowers and thy beloved banner now, .And lay the tribute on thy priceless mold The golden dust of each slain hero's brow. lluck roses and mingle your tears with their dew Fetch poppies that fire the long furrows of corn, JJnng daisies meek-featured, and iolets blue. Ml pure a3 babe-eyes when they twinkle at morn. 75ring spathes of the apple, and bluebells to toll A knell that is fragrance above each green tomb; I.ring mayflow...

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. — 9 June 1887

p TB-JH?1 TPg9fW"W If'PRST " " 3f T&zyj. ffVgtf. t- ,j. lSr- ,-w-YTOpse. eaTr;'Sv-"r''"''-w IV STRUCK BY A WHALE. An Interest! Tale Kelated by the Mat of New Iledford Craft. It vrva on the 2d day of April, 1S53, and the hour was tvro o'clock in the -afternoon, when the man on the look out sighted a -whale. Observations taken at high noon of that day showed us to he doe north of Juan i'ernandez 130 miles. Our ship was the Home ward, of New Bedford, Captain Sam uel Clayton, master, and we had been out fourteen months and were in good luck. The whale sighted on this after noon was the first spout seen for three days. He broke water within half a mile of the ship, remained on the sur face for three or four minutes, and then went down again amidst a great smother of foam. As he went down he "lobtailed" for a moment, and by this sign we knew that other whales were in the vicinity. " Lobtailing' is when the big fish slaps the water right and left with his flukes or tail, and whalers ha...

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. — 9 June 1887

iwimj i a pjaMiMr-gjMkElBftyjjjiljj-BJlfelJtfOTItfiflVKjiy IdHBlWiV u!?trif3J-" SPECIAL lis- sr Jit 3 We are now receiving our 4s- AIlODICIHlfc NEW STOCK OF SUMMER GOODS J Consisting of dry goods and notions, boots, shoes, hats, caps, &c and wish to call the attention of the public to the fact that we have secured some choice bargains, which we are now offering. Among the many bargains we have we will mention a few, as follows: 25 different styles embroideries at 10c per yard, worth from 12 1- to 20c. We also have a large line of wide embroideries at from 12 1-2 to $1.25 per yard. " " A big line of dress ginghams, among which will be found some choice styles in Scotch goods. Big line of crinkled seersuckers of newest and best styles; also lawns and sateens. Choice line of parasols, at 25c and up to some extra fine ones. ... 100 dozen ladies', gents', and children's hose, from the lowest to the best grades, at astonishingly low prices. Big line of ladies' and gents' summer underw...

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. — 16 June 1887

-sT f j ',t''' ..- rr -Ktiw,fcT(Ufcr..amisac .-fcwuj'. T - na,.(i1wrti(rfwfc. COUNTy Thomas Cat. 4 Jk i! VOL. III. NO. 15. COLBY. THOMAS, COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 1887. $1.50 PER YEAR. Basesa , f T -5fc, fyH99 HI I! IE! C. H. MARTIN & -DEALERS IX- r P Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Wall Paper, Window Glass. Toilet Articles, Druggists Sundries, Etc., Wines and Liquors for medical purposes. All Medicines Guaranteed Pure and Fresh. Prescriptions Carefully Compounded By Competent Pharmacists. Opposite Cat Office. - - Colby, Kansas. 3N0TICE. As my lease expires September 1st, I shall close out my entire stock of Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes, Groceries and Provisions, and will discontinue my business at Colby. All owing me will please CALL AND SETTLE AT ONCE. In the future my terms will be Spot Cash, Witn No Exceptions. Respectfully, M. DONELAN. CHEAP LANDS. CHEAP CLAIMS. W. H. MARBLE, II:is ome of the cheapest land in Thomas county, limber Claims and Homesteads NE...

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. — 16 June 1887

- -n .--.. .-- la ,j. - .-r - tg IIVXaiUHBiaMMHnMSHHKflPi II Et h THOMAS COUNTY OAT, W. C. PORTER, Publisher. COLBY. --.-'- - KANSAS NAMING THE APPLE. "Please name rey apple,"' she gayly said, And held up the fruit that was blushing red, "While in her eyes, so blue and bright. There shone a rojjuish, laughing light. 'Just name it some one whom I know," Her winsome face was all aglow Be sure, too, that he's rery nice, f If not, you'll have to name it txieo. ' ' He took the apple from her hand And said: "I don't quite understand; Of all your friends X know so few . I really can't think v. ho would do. Just what to name it let me see I wish jou would enlighten me. And gie a letter as a cue." She blushed and answered, slyly: "T7." liotion. Budget. A FOOL IN THE FAMILY. Bill-Dick's Little Scheme, and How It Worked. CHAPTER I. 'You're a fine lookin' spcc'imcnl to "be axiiT fur a -wife, ain't you? W'y, dog my uglj' cats ef it don't seem that the less account a young feller is these days th...

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. — 16 June 1887

THOMAS COUNTY OAT. W. C. PORTER, PuDllsner. COLBY- - - - - - - KANSAS MY MOTHER'S FACE. There is one face of all the world The fairest face to me, fairer than any artist's dream Of angel face could be. J see it in my dreams at night; I see It in the day; The glcry of that angol smilo Lights all my weary way. "When but a little wayward child I sought my perfect rest, ""My tired head p Hovred peacefully Upon my mother s breast. "That same sweet face above me bent; That smile upon me shone; And now into my inmost soul Its peacefulness has grown. The fairest maiden in the world Is not so sweetly fair: I see her with her glossy bands Of silver-sprinkled hair. That fall in parted ripples down Beside the tranquil brow, 'The blessing from her calm, brown eyes Is with me even now. 1 feel upon my fevered brow The touch of her cool hand; 1 hear the music of her voice, I hear and understand Tis she vho guides me tenderly With wisdom pure and strong; 1 feel her chiding when my hoart Turns willfu...

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. — 16 June 1887

, - -rtWW--w'SS3jSgr!r?55S5BSJ- '-.'-g' -"--"r"Ty' l'L!K-M-"111'- ..'. .1,.,- , r-i .Mi.. a r ' c : & THE THOMAS COUNTY. CAT. Official County And City Paper. C. G. SORTER, Editor. O U I 0 K V I L L E HO! The Trustees of the Thomas Count Land and Tovrn Site Company held a meeting on the Quickville Town Site on Fridavthe 10th mst. " A large and en thusiastic crowd was present, and the demand fr Lots was such that the Coni innv v.v.s induced to place ".() more ticK its on tlit' mnrket, almost all of which weie sold on the ground. M..t. oftt settlers of the surround ing count-were present, and all express ed themselves as highly pleased with the prospects of Quickville. Most of them were there for Business, and will erect lmildings at once. A half dozen build ings are under process of erection, one of which is built by the Company. A well is also being put down this week' Verily the boom continue1-, and in less than 30 davs Quickville will have 20 business houses erected. Stock is n...

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. — 16 June 1887

Cat Supplement. THURSDAY, JUNE 16. 1887. Cumberland Items. Weather pleasant with occasional showers. Crops are looking fine. It makes the farmers glad to ee it rain; all except Knndson. He can raise a nice garden without rain, so he says. Another one of onr young ladies has taken her a claim. That is right girls, hurry up and get a claim before they are all taken. Fred was out buggy riding with his best girl Sunday last. There is a certain voung man of8, this neighborhood who said he wentjo visit our school: but we think differently. We think more likeh it was the school- marm. I'AXSY. ! J. W. ALLEN & SONS, Fashionable - Merchant - Tailors, i I Latest styles of spring and summer' snoods on hand. I FINE WORK A SPECIALTY. A FIT GUARANTEED. DRUGS! DRUGS! Com Cleanings. E. II. Halladay is on his' pegs again, and has gone to the Smoky to buy a span of ponic. A. K. and Maggie Heed have gone to Colorado to get timber entries and lease school land. Crops all look well. l?ye promises a g...

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. — 16 June 1887

UOiUV IS IUC piUCtt IU UU1 ii.tiiiv.- even-tiling in that line of Bcrry.Bros.. chattel loans. ..lume,and'getmgagaSa :OHMaMOac'n""1 .-.- :i. TOWS 1). RANGE 34. METEOROLOGICAL RECORD. Patterson, Kansas. From l)-34 we come again, And. owing to the plentiful rain, ! Which makes to sprout and grow the seed J Of golden grain and noxious weed. We see at noon, night and early morn. The fields of millet, cane and corn. Ami weeds enough to set a man crazy. If he is either slow or lazy. : Hut a homesteader can never shirk: ! He must late and early beat his work With plow or planter, hoe or spade. j Till for himself a home he's made. And now some news we have to tell. .Mr. Lovett will soon put down a well. Ami build him a house too, i lam," That he may Use the old one for a barn. .Mr. Castor has traded his oxen for a pony And aiso received fifty dollars in . money. W. !. Jones, who lives on the Sappa. And to own a claim here is happy. Has planted ten acres of corn with a lister. Which some thin...

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. — 16 June 1887

y vj w. ! jv, sr-t-f FINNERTTS HV --, r , ,. iwsA - s ? $-" Y -..- . FARM LOANS FARM LOANS. ?-- i . V ) THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. W. G. POUTER & C0.3 Publishers. Baths ! Baths ! Baths ! Cat ofiicc docs best job work. Canned goods at Standard bakeiy. Pi ices are cut seriously at Doneliui's. Job woik at Cat oilice on short notice. For the best board go to the Windsor Go to the Wind-or, the best hotel in town. Subscribe foi the Cat. it ha most news. CL'sirs nnd confectionery at Standard hakery. Make chattel loans at Weld Bros.' NEW WORKS OF FICTION at the P. O. Store. Full line of confectioner' at the Stan dard bakery. School books and supplies at postoftice book store. Frank Pingree will insure you cheaper than anyone. School books of all kinds at the post oflice bookstore. When you go to Oberlin, go by Colby and Oberlin stage line. Colby and Oberlin stage line is the best conveyance to Oberlin. For the best and freshest meat go to Gillispie's meat market. Ladies call and see those 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. — 16 June 1887

skF3 133 fOE OUR YOUN&EEADEBS. TWO VIEWS. 1 know a bright yoanz fellow. And so, perhaps, do yon. "Whose age might range most anywhere From six to eight times two. Se's often gay and jolly. He's often toad and trne: .And then again But listen. While I hold him up to Tiew: He comes into the parlor. When a guest is sitting there. And lif ts his hat politely, With deferential 3ir. He answers to your greeting " With modest, manly eas. And if obliged to pass yoa. Says: "Excuse me, if yoa please." He stoops to pat the kitten. And takes the nearest seat; Kor tilts his chair against the wall. Nor elevates his feet. He listens with attention. Or tell the latest news. Or talks in modest fashion. Of any thing you choose. 3n spakiag of him after. The guest is heard to say: "A noble, manly fellow Mo-t pleasing every way. Hut listen still a moment. While I give the other view. "Which though it widely differs. Is equally as true. The scene is at the table. Where waits his vacant chair. He slams...

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. — 16 June 1887

ar-e-f-ffi-?--ss33 s BEUGIOUS READING. TRUSTING. Though He slay me, yet will I tnut ta Him." Job xlii: 15. Oft by trials overborne. Baffled where I strove to do. Not the way 1 would have gone. Thou, dear Lord, hast led me through; Yet, believing, I can say. It was best this very way. And to-morrow con I doubt What Thou orderest will be best? Darkness may be round about; Faith may meet its sorest test; But the past must lend a ray Of assurance for that day. iot in vain Thy grace has wrought ' Secretly, against my will, -" Bringing me to think this thought, s - And to trust Thy mercy still; Trusting, as I surely may. Just because of yesterday. Kay. forgive me! poor indeed .1 j Is the faith whose baclard gase "" Seeks for signs that it may plead "' In behalf of coming days, 1 Strengthening timid hope to ay: J p- 'He was ijp-acious jesterday."' ' Ah. hflw little do we know Of Thy mercy's magnitude! How ocr faith should burn and glow "With the thought that Thou art goodl And fp adoration...

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. — 16 June 1887

BH v;. -TiitSi'iiiMBMBWUBBHBBirtfcJtiiiSriBffi L"o-wm wiim ww. ff&MUjjBaaAiSS!feMj jf-r wto ww vsgsselisws-.e SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS ft V n i 5rtt i We are now receiving our "ftv ,-fii 4. i f&- ? r i ..-. .. .... -,-,. , .. -ji2-iWi-?:MasaiFi.'-ii(iK !M"g"MMa""M'wiKg;:MMggnBagB,j'"'t h r i 'Z." " TTTff '"TirH"" r i -" llll ih III '"'"TT'l i I NEW STOCK OF SUMMER GOODS, . Consisting of dry goods and notions, boots, shoes, hats, caps, &c and wish to call the attention of the public to the fact that we have J secured jome choice 'bargains, which we are now offering. - "Among the many bargains we have we will mention a few as follows: 25 different styles embroideries at 10c per yard, worth from 12 1- to 20c. We also have a large line of wide embroideries at from 12 1-2 to $1.25 per yard. ?. A big line of dress ginghams, among which will be found some choice styles in Scotch goods. Big line of crinkled seersuckers of newest and best styles; also lawns and sateens. Choice line ...

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. — 23 June 1887

COUNTy Thomas Cat. 14 t -. -fcv 3r VOL. III. NO. 1 6. COLBY. THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1887. $1.50 PER YEAR. tVUrf ml ifc. if JBial 3 i 1 II C. H. MARTIN & -DEALERS IN- Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Toilet Articles, Druggists Sundries, Etc., Wines and Liquors for medical purposes. All Medicines Guaranteed Pure and Fresh. Prescriptions Carefully Compounded By Competent Pharmacists. Opposite Cat Office. - - Colby, Kansas. NOTICE. As my lease expires September 1st, I shall close out my entire stock of Clothing-, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes, Groceries and Provisions, and will discontinue my business at Colby. All owing me will please CALL AND SETTLE AT ONCE. In the future my terms will be Spot Cash, Witn No Exceptions. Respectfully, M. DONELAN. CHEAP X.A2TDS. CHEAP CLAIMS. W. H. MARBLE, lias some of the cheapest land in Thomas count', limber Claims and Homesteads NEAR COLBY, improved and unimproved, and "will be sold at a bargain. Some choice lots in the City of Co...

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. — 23 June 1887

F T THOMAS COUNTY CAT, W. C. PORTER, Publisher. coLur. KANSAS. SIX YEARS OLD. I know a darling little girl Six years old Eer hair bas many a kink and carl Just like gold. That little girl Td like to see, That little girl is dear to me, And lean scarce believe that she Is six years old. She thinks it's ancient to he quite Six years old. And she can read and she can write So I'm told. She writes: "I'd presents such a lot! But none from you, so mamma thought That very likely you'd forgot I"s six years old.' A girlie should be very good At six years old; Never naughty, never rude, Bad, or bold. "When I go home at summer time, On my knee she'll surely climb. And she'll whisper: "Papa, I'm Six years old." "Lvle AAarp," in Detroit Free Prett. SLIPS OE THE TONGUE. Collection of Remarks Better Left Unsaid. In the hurry of speech, and often in our very anxiety to be polite, soiwe of us are liable to occasional slips, which ma' have the ludicrous effect of putting an entirety- different constr...

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. — 23 June 1887

I' ' ' THOMAS COTOTY OAT. W. C. PORTER, Publisner. COLBY. ------ KANSAS LESSONS FROM NATURE. O, man! with cares of life distraught. And schemes and intrigues dreary; O, woman! worn with social rounds, Or overworked and weary Come forth, and let the stirnnz air -Smooth from your brow the lines of care. 'Let the sweet perfume of the flowers. The breezes softly blowing, "The gushing laughter of the nils. From rock to meadows going. Sweep from your yeart3 the revered heat. And leave them pure and calm and sweet. 'The hill and vale, with varied oice O punty, are telling; 'The tale is wafted on the breeze, And in the brook is welling; "While clear and cool, on airs of morii, 'The breezy sounds of life are borne. In giddy life and civil strife The loving heart is shrunken; "Unselfishness is dned away; The soul in self grows drunken; liutlook on Held and flood and sec 'Their quiot love and harmony. ilan, fretful, hurries through his work, Nervous and worn and weary, .And looks with eager he...

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. — 23 June 1887

THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. Official County And City Paper. AY. &. POUTER, Editor. Colby. Kansas Jcnk 11th, 1&7. Eitoh Cat: "lliero wems to be some misuniicr ataudiii,or no lindemtandinjf at all with not a i'ew professing christians upon the subject of dancing. Therefore we concluded to write a Ijrief discourse on the subject for the benefit f yourinuny readers. Our tCAt will be found in Kcc. :J-4, whicli read as follows: "A tj'me to weep, and a time tolaujrh, a time to mourn and a time to dance," In discoursing briefly upon the above pas sage, we only propose to dir-euss the lift member of the sentence "a time to dance." 1st. When is the time to dance? 2nd. Is there a time when christians may lawfully and properly cnjrnjre in dancing1! To arrive at proper conclusions in rc;ninl to the fhst question, we imi'-t refer to the prac tice of the people of God in ancient times. We .shall here refer to some of the most promi nent examples of dancing mentioned in the Bible. "And Miriam, t...

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. — 23 June 1887

county will have :i fair in Sep- Gents. don't forget vour bath to-day. I v-""'1- l" "1U l"" '"' ....,. c,. Pr.,,,L- Pin- Colby Cornet Band plays July 4th at lNOLomnm II UU WWll lll?UUUlV, ijv,- m. -. --- -i.Colby. tmliE tn(ll thisp T fat ci Ivans nortl A whic Jard itisj Yt alfu'l acre Pret d: trea ary D byf doc acri inl C fro tint who iiwit-ui Cat Supplement. THURSDAY, JUNE i3, 1S87. COUNTY DIRECTORY. lerk James M. Summers. Treasurer C. JI. Hovev. Itegiterof Deeds J. W. Irwin. Superuitendcnt Public ln't W. W. Walker Attorney W. S. Willcoon. Sheriff M. W. Wltliain. Probate Jude M. L. Lacev, Surveyor T. P. Chambers. Coroner Dr. S. H. l.utpcn. ( First DM. W. H. Smith. Coin'rs Second " Frank Pinjrii'e. Ch'n. Third " W. M. Haldwin. Hepreentative G. W. Goodsoe. Clerk District Court E. J. Paine. Di-trict Judtre h. K. Pratt. Union Degree Team I-O. O. F. Major Ben. Perley Poore has made a compilation of the veto messages of all the presidents. Washington wrote The Union Degree team, of this ...

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. — 23 June 1887

:jm WfifJJl Tnd imunht ami .sold on commission, ilon- (J. fll. xioyey, Only eleven Republican post-musters RESULT OF PROHIBITION, remain in the state. Judge John W. Harvey, of the Third judicial district of Iowa, makes an At.i.icr. i,n f i- interesting contribution to the current rotoTi?.1! SU,tS :lSrC" flisssiocerning the influence of "stSeIote Arm-VSC:im,)- the prohibitory.law, "where enforced, gn. sa tue Wobe- upon crime. He has been a judge four years and a half, beginning January 1, Republican papers generally in the 18S3. In that year he sentenced31 per Kirwiu and Oberlin land districts are sons to the penitentiary: in '84 the Suing the register therein merry sheol number was 23; in '85, 20: in '86, 14; for monopolizing for Democratic pur- and the first six months of '87, 3 poses the printing of lb al proof not- Judge Harvey says: ices. Our Republican brethren can well I am frequently asked what is the cause atl'ord to wait the little while between f this decrease in crime dii...

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. — 23 June 1887

FINNERTTS y i FARM LOANS, FARM LOANS. I. s. J THE THOMAS COUNT!' CAT. W. G. POUTER & CO., Publishers. Baths ! B.iths ! Baths ! Cat oflice does best job work. Canned goods at Standard bakery. Prices are cut seriously at Donelan's. .lob work at Cat oflice on short notice. For the best hoard go to the "Windsor Go to the "Windsor, the best hotel in town. Sub-tribe for the Cat, it has most news. Cigars and confectioner" at Standard bakery. Make chattel loans at Weld Bros.' NEW WORKS OF FICTION at the P. O. Store. Full line of confectioneiy at the Stan dard bakery. School books and supplies at postoffice book store. Frank Pingree will insure you cheaper than anyone. School books of all kinds at the post office bookstore. When you go to Oberlin, go by Colby anil Oberlin stage line. Colby and Oberlin stage line is the best conveyance to Oberlin. For the best and freshest meat go to Gillispic's meat market. Ladies, call and see those elegant pins at Douglas & Walker's. Lowest rates o...

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