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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 23 June 1887

sS aawataaiSMela3BlBSBtBagaRaa sssss 3MtBSH3t'' -'""T ' FOR OUB YOUNBEADEBa AN EXCELLENT REASON. Whatever the boy misht be about. At work or idle, in doors or out. Summer and autumn, winter and sprinj. "Whenever he bad a chance to sin?. He'd ra-se the tune that he loved the best. And a if it were "by special request," Ai'miii! krer it ui) in the air so long TUjI all were sick of the old, old song. It wasn't much of a tune, 'tis true. And where he'd heard it nobody knew, A.nd you'd never have thought for a sinsle minute It came from a nightingale or a linnet; ut Hob sans on as well as he could. And it seemed to do the poor fellow good. And a pleased expression the singer wore When the crows in the corntteld cned "Encore!" One day, as Bob was strolling aloisr. Cheerfully singin? his f-iv'riteson;?, He met a maid with eyes of blue. Who paused, with a pretty '-How d"yc do. Then said, with a sweet and roguish smile: "What makes you sing one tune all the while?" Said Bob, in a voice that ...

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. — 23 June 1887

"" 7-Tc'3r'r,'vl "LpY"' ft BEUGIOUSJREAPING. ELP AND COMFORT. IW It 1.1ft Vp Mine Eye Unto the Hills. ite narrow path of daily duty lies AIoiik the plain, beset with many ills; And treading this, I lift my longing eyes To read a lesson In the distant hills. In early pnng I see the freshening grass. The many trees, take on their tints of green, A stir or life, aud then it comes to pass; My heart grows soft while gazing on the scene. I think of Him whose tender grace and care Are over all His works; and while He gently clothes The barren hills with verdure, doth prepare A holy beauty for the souls He loves. Through lengthening summer days the great hills lie In calm content, bathed in the golden light, So would I rest myself in love, which I Can measure not in length, or breadth, or height. O gracious lesson, writ so large and fair Across the pages of the wooded slopes. Of love Divine, as free as summer air. Great as our need, and larger than our hopes! With heart and eyes uplifted, n...

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. — 23 June 1887

iiBjiMtaitjijaftjMiB!Me3a3 . m iv .tg-re .- ; - ,- - SRsassaa OPTION LOANS ! - M We are prepared to furnish money on Real Estate Security at an hour's notice. OUR TERMS are liberal,and OUR RATES i are low. Interest payable at Colby. No attorney's fees. No gold Payment. No cut-throat clauses. The best terms and lowest rates ever offered to the farmers of northwestern Kansas, call and see us. correspondence invited. AT STATE BANK OF COLBY. I COUNTY FAIR IN SEPTEMBER. Meeting of the Agricultlral Commit tee of the Colby Board of Trade. County Agricultural Society to be organized. The meeting was called to order by the chairman, J. E. Doom. W. H. Arch er was elected .secretary. In a few well chosen remarks the chair man stated the object of the meeting. On motion of John W. Gilmore, the Chair was requested to appoint a com mittee of six, whose duty it should be to draft a Constitution and B' Laws, and take all other necessary steps to organize u County Agricultural Society. The following...

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. — 30 June 1887

' COUNTy '-ArK-ri- -V &&? "''eni--'JUi--.itf-tf -- ---yi(i5- -Sor r-? ijiti r Vi V- , t' s te -nt.! ? VOL. III. NO. i 7. COLBY. THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 1S87. $1.50 PER YEAR. " t . Thomas Cat t 3' ii . l M IIP li 1 ! C. H. MARTIN & -DEALERS IX- 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 Carefulty 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 LAUDS. CHEAP CLAIMS. W. H. MARBLE, Has some of the cheapest land in Thomas county, limber Claims and Homeste...

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. — 30 June 1887

- 'VTntfiiiiMBliWMWOT r - HiiC'tiiri iTTHlttfWfTMihftl . - MM--fe!---p-NlC---l----'-m - i . -rtrT'v 5"i""" -i"' -? zl . f,--,- - t-Ta MfM rT ; THOMAS COUNT? OAT. W. C. PORTER, Publisher. COLBY. KANSAS. A VISION UNVAILEP. One day a mighty King, whose pomp and pride m , . Were known and honored, chanted far and "Was bowed in grief; his infant son had died. Great bells were tolling and a nation's moan "With every rite by wealth or knowledge known Mourned with the monarch, weeping on his throne. That morn a hovel by the pahice aid Contained a pauper Infant who had died, Its ragged mother weeping at its side. Kext day the royal cortege with its freight Met this poor pauper at the grave-yard gate; The widow turned aside, compelledHo wait. And when departing royalty gave room, There, lone and lonely, m the twilight gloom. She placed her pauper baby in Its tomb. Night came. The King, couched on his bed of state. In visions saw an angel and its mate Bear both these infants to Heaven's golden...

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. — 30 June 1887

M THOMAS COUNTY CAT. W. C. PORTER, Publisner. coLcr. KANSAS. MRS. PIPER. Mr3. Piper was a widow "Oh, Sear me 2 This world is not at all," she salfl. "the place it used to be ! 'ow my poor husband, he was such a good man to proride 3 nerer had the leastest care of any thing out side! 3ut now, "Why, there's the cow. A constant care, and Brindle's calf I used to feed when small, .And those two Ayrshire heifers that we pur chased in the fall On, dear! 3Iy husband sleeping in the grave, it's gloomy being here.' "The oxen Mr. Piper broke, and four steers two year old, The blind mare and the little colt, they all wait to be sold! Tot how am I to koep 'em now! and yet how shall I sell? And what's the price they ought to bring, fcow can a woman tell? 3ow Jacob Smith, he called last night, and staid til! nine o'clock. And talked and talked, and talked and talked, and tried to buy my stock; He said he'd pay a higher price than any man in town; "He'd give his note, or, if I chose, he'd pay the ...

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. — 30 June 1887

. 4 THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. Official County And City Paper. W. G. PORTER, Editor. Dedication. The new M. E. Church of . Will be dedicated next Sabbath JULY 3rd, 1SST, By Dr. McKaig, of York, Nebraska, President of York College. Everybody come. Service 10.30 a. m. Also evening 8 X) m. S. R. Feihjcsox, Pastor. MANCHESTER! The Booming Town Midway Be tween Colby and Eustis, on the B.&M- Survey. This new town lias unusual advantag es, and that is the cause of its collosal boom and growth. It is on the B. & M. survey, and is jut the right place for a depot, being half way between Colby and Eustis. Assurances have already been given of the location of a depot at Man chester. The town company, consisting of "Win. "Walker, of Eustis, president; "W. II. Copeland, vice president; M. A. Duff, secretary; S. Yousse, treasurer; and M. Donelan and W. G. Porter, is now push ing the town for all it is worth. A large store building. 14-10 feet, is now being built by the town company, as well as...

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. — 30 June 1887

Cat Supplement. THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 1887. St. Louis has a politician named Rain water; Denver has one named Drink water; Omaha has one named Rose water, and Dallas, Texas, has one named Allwater. These four water chaps ought to move into this State. Abilene Gazette. Burlington Xonpariel savs: .While the eastern states are having theirfresh ets. Texas and other Southern States are having their drouths, and the north west their fires, Kansas is moving swimmingly along, with naught to in terfere with her missionary work of plowing up the soil. The Lord is for Kansas. Good advice from the Atchison Globe: "If you want to make 3"our town lively, make it. Don't go to sleep, but get up and work for it. Push. Ad vertise it. Talk about it. Work steadily for your home place and home interests Trade at home; help 3-our home deal ers: public improvement is an invest ment that pays. Get up, Wake up, Rustle." A stranger appeared at the Santa Fe ticket office the other day and ask ed for a ticket to...

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. — 30 June 1887

All sons of old soldiers, who are over I ing that patients may be tcmptecLinto j A VeryPertixent Question. From the Topcka Commonwealth. Why should not the people of Kan sas, Colorado, New Mexico. Arizona and Southern California have the bene fit (if it is one) of receiving their pa pers and letters a few hours earlier as well as those further East? A special mail train without an- passengers is run from New York via St. Louis to Kansas City at a rreat expense, in the main in the interest of Eastern news papers. Why cannot the papers of Kan sas City, Topeka and other points have an opportunity at the expense of the government to be '-'expedited?" As it is now, the mail on the special express is assorted and promptly delivered, while the mail through Kansas to the West, for the lack of clerical force and car room, is carried by and delivered twelve to twenty-four hours after the time it should be. The condition of the mail service in Kansas would not be tolerated an hour in a despoti...

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. — 30 June 1887

M FINNERTTS KtOtjte ? U FARM LOANS FARM LOANS. i- r 1 &&. tl THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. W. G. POUTER & CO., Publishers. Baths ! Baths ! Baths ! Cat oflicc docs best job work. Canned goods at Standard bakery. Prices are cut seriously at Donelan's. Job work at Cat office on short notice. For the best board go to the Windsor Go to the "Windsor, the best hotel in town. Subscribe for the Gat, it has most news. Cigars and confectionery at Standard bakery. Make chattel loans at Weld Bros.' 2TEW WORKS OF FICTION at the P. O. Store. Full line of confectionery 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 Obcrlin, 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 sec those elegant pins at Douglas & Walke...

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. — 30 June 1887

i2-7ajl aaataaMaaaaa3a)Wwa"'B!,llw',MTJI?rrS 2 ? . t I Jt)R OUR YOUNGBEADEES. BE STRONGI-BE TRUE. -"Whon I was a boy," the pranfislre said -Of tne victors crowned with fame I real. Who triumphed on land and sea! And through the years, from the ueatileu A summons ha sounded Ion: To youth, and manhood, and hoary aje. The message JsthU: 'Be strong!' "When I was a boy " he paused and said To the llstcnor by his knee "Of tho men who were as lights I read In a dark world's history! They prized the truth and were loved of God, And no fear of man the? knew: And still, fro-n the glorious heights they trod. The measasc was this: 'Betrue!' " Quittr. BIJE'S TURTLE. low ne Captured tho Creatare, and How lie Got It Home. Ab'jah was strolling along the creek that ran through the stump lot, a few i oils back from his father's house. He wore as a protection against dirt a luc gingham over-garment, made afr ?r the fashion of a man's shirt, and reaching to his knees. He could walk when he had it on. b...

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. — 30 June 1887

j JTOJt THE WOMEN. PLEA FOR SHORT SKIRTS. , Plea for Them as Against the Divided Garment. On the subject of short skirts a writ er in the Woman's Journal says: I still maintain that the present short skirts which ladies wear are short enough to protect them from the most perverse weather and the deepest snow and mud often seen in the streets of Europe. I have seen many lands, in cluding Russia, Denmark. Holland. inuany aid Switzerland, in rain, snow and sunshine. In all those coun tries the workiag-womea, ewa those Avho work in the fields, wear skirts short enougfe to keep the from the ground, but no shorter. If such & dress suffices even for country women who work in the fields ia a&l weathers in every wantry of Europe, why should ' they not bc convenient enough for equally Wiigh work in .America? Ltft us not be:so fixed upoa'cne subject :as to be blind to justice, even to a short ikirt, merely because It is fashiotiaule. Surely, what suits -a woman in stiie nynm'tiri.s of ...

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. — 30 June 1887

R. L. RIDDLE, Paesident. L. L. FRENCH, Cashier. LEW E. DARROW, Vice Prest. STATE BANK OF COLBY. v--- .- At 10 Per Cent Interest and No COLBY, KANSAS. Incorpoaated under the Laws of the State of Kansas. Commission, JLt State Bank of 50,000.00. Capital Stock Paid Ix 826,800.00 COLBY, : :. : KANS Farm Loans Negotiated at Current Rates. FARM LOANS Capital Stock, WOl Dy f j v-Ws as are Sua..- placed taP.bk. C&r&&gZ& SUCh "- YORK. Health is generally pood. Crops in old ground look fine; on sod not so jrood. Judsre Uiiiley has ptirclia-ed for himself a line large maie, -which makes his team whole ajrain Our school is progressing nicely under the management of William Cole, Sabbath school is attended with interest, -with Hew Hinley and Mr. Sims as teachers. Gras seeding i the order of the day. Nothing like having a pasture under fence. See R. T. Hunting's. Mr. Howell, the well known well man, has two augers iu running order, and the third one on the road. That's right, we li...

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. — 7 July 1887

o. COUNTy it. s -- , . .SZ -W 5T i r JF . 'ij- J3: "tr xmf Thomas Cat J"" .. - 7 VOL. III. NO. 17. COLBY. THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JULY 7 , 1S87. $1.50 PER YEAR. t Ill II I H ! ) C. H. MARTIN & BRO., Proprietors. DEALERS IX Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Wall Paper, Window Glass. i Toilet Articles, Druggists Sundries, Etc., Wines and Liquors for medical purposes. All Medicines Guaranteed Pure and Fresh. Prescriptions Carefully Compounded B3- Competent Pharmacists. Opposite Cat Office. 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 LANDS. OHF.AF CLAIMS. W. H. MARBLE, Has some of the cheapest land in Thomas county, limber Claims and Homesteads NEAR COLBY, Improved and unimproved, and will be ...

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. — 7 July 1887

ZgJ,-'i "TTgi waBBBmSB ssrss Skc.--? '-" ' (' , MWfMiPi-!Wfett! - THOMAS COUNTY OAT. W. C. PORTER, Publlsner. COLBY. - - - - - - KANSAS. IN VANITY FAIR. Through Vanity Fair, in days of old. There passed a maiden with locks of gold, And a peddler opened his tempting pack, Crymz: - O my pretty lass : what d'ye lack? Here's many a ware Costly and rare. Come, buy oh, come, buy I In Vanity Fair." "Silks and satins arc not for me; Lace is for damsels of high depree; The lads would laugh in our country town IX I came clad in a broidered gown. But yet there's a ware, Precious and rare, I fain would buy me In Vanity Fair. "Pray, sell me, sir, from your motley store, A heart that will love me for evermore, That, whether the world shall praise or blame. Through sorrow or joy will be still the sama. 'Tis the only ware For which I care. Mid all the treasures In Vanity Fair." "Much it grieves me, O lassie dear," The peddler said; " but I greatly fear The hearts that loved in the old sweet way Hav...

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. — 7 July 1887

THOMAS COUNTY OAT, W. C. PORTER, Publisher. I coluy. KANSAS. THE ALPHABET ILLUSTRATED. A is the Apple. How small boys delJght To stand 'round an apple and beg tor a bite! The Apple. O : is for Ball. It Is used in a game To capture gate money. How base Is its aim! The Ball. O C is for cup. When it's filled with hot tea The women gos-sip it. They're toad of beau-he. The Cup. j l in for Dolfar. A Dollar, you know. In round. That's the reason it rolls away so. The Dollar. $ 5 la for Eg. It is laid by a hen. When fresh, ft and cracked it resembles borne men. Tl Egg. o F is for Fishhook. This fishermen prize. If they had no fish-hook they couldn't tell lies. The Fishhoolc J O is for Goblet. Some people, alas, Gel very red noaes who gaze in this glass. The Goblet. J fl Is forhaird. A Hand costs a lot When some other fellow can rake in the pot. The Hand. XST I 1 tor Icicle. Like a poor joke. Its point is transparent and easily broke. The Icicle. V J is for Jackstraws. This little game serve...

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. — 7 July 1887

BaK3gtofe&.fclW wagaqapayjg&gsttfcya -, at ris - Jv..x?s - US5jAt kj - ,, JfcWS- ' . . . &r rtKS! 11 THOMAS COUNTY CAT. Official County And City Paper. W. G. PORTER, Editor. Long, steady rain Sunda night. Iso dust the Fourth; too much rain. Colby -will have a ?10.000 brick school liousc. Colby's Fourth eclipsed all rival all were well pleased. Found: A ladies pocket-book. and Call at this office and describe contents. Xebniska and Iowa are suffering badly from chinch bugs and dry weather. See Farmers' and Merchants' Bank, of Colby, before making farm loans. The Herald of Independence, publish ed at Bird City, is now discontinued, and no more forever. Henry Ames has sold his interest in the Hoxie Sentinel to 3Ir. "V. I. Humes, who is now sole proprietor. Scott City has sent a delegation to get the "Wa-Kceney land office moved to -Scott Cit3. Oakley's turn next. The Farmers' and Merchants' Dank, of Collry, Kansas, make farm loans at the lowest current rates. Sol Miller gav...

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. — 7 July 1887

sc irar- u - M i Mi M B LOMBARD INVESTMENT CO., - - - CAPITAL, $1,250,000 F. C. FINNERTY, AGENT, Offers the Best Terms ever given on Farm loans in Thomas County. Privilege of paying off the loan before it is due. Also other privileges in the payment of interest not given by other companies. I can also make you a farm loan so that your interest will cost you only 6 per cent for five years; the remaining four per cent to be paid at the end of the loan. For the use of this 4 per cent I will charge you 6 per cent interest, In this way your interest is very light during the first few years while you are getting your farm broken out and in good cultivation, so that it willbringyou in a good income. I have also TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS t0 lan on chattel security and on second mortgages on land on as favorable terms as can be found. If you intend making, either a farm or chattel loan, don't fail to call and get my terms. F. C. FINNERTY. V I THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. W. G. PORTER & CO., Publish...

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. — 7 July 1887

r A MATERNAL DUET. ITxro Fashlonabl Mother Threw Some New Light ob IfttneiT Management. Louise Oli, Helen, how your baby "rows! He is quite catching up to Jlupert. Helen Yes; you know he's quite four months old now. I wish he would wake up. Louise So he is aren't they too .sweet any way? Kupert has two teeth, you know. Helen Oli, has he? I am crazy for Baby to show one. I thought I felt one yesterday, but nurse says I didn't. Louise Oh, of course not. Kupert was six months old before he cut his first tooth. Helen Was he? I'm sure Baby will do better than that; his gums feel really hard. Louise Oli, Rupert's were hard, too, for fully two months before the tooth appeared. Helen Were they? How disap pointing! Louise Oh, yes; it was such an event the da" we discovered the little white pearl sticking through! I had been out, and Helen Oh, I do so hope I shall find IJaby's tooth first Louise And when I came in, the dear little fellow looked up and cooed so sweetly. Helen Baby is beginning...

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. — 7 July 1887

THE GOLDEN BERYL. Aa Sttpert'a TJeserlprtoa eC a Hew Stake , Which I C(wlj Fopalaa. Ls there auy Uiing new in gems?" well-known dealer in precious stones was aslced. The only thing I can think of at this momeat," replied the dealer, is the golden beryl, which has recently made its appearance in the jewelry market. The distinctly feature of this stone is that it is native only in this country. It has been pronounced by fiVof. Dana, of Yale College, as different in color from anything he us ever before seen. Beryl stones hxve been discovered in loth henri syiieres, and indud varieus colors, stfnong them the emerald and aqua Tuarine. Formerly it was t:lassified :a different speck from the emerald, but modern mineralogists classify tie line green tint a; the same species. The beryl has never attained ny great popularity in 'ips country, tout in England it as -prized as highly as the topaz in Sprmv. A Hrlue beryl -surmounts tlic glove in'the crown of Great IJritiaiu In the Hope eollectie...

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