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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 28 July 1887

THOMAS COUNTY OAT, W. C. PORTER, Publisher. i m COLBY. KANSAS MUSH-AND-MILK. Ota, the flavor, sweet and rare. Of the simple farmer fare, Mush-and-milk, the wholesome diet Of the life so pore and quiet! Clear the realm of table showl Get thee hence. Delmonlcot Out, ye modern viands flat, A la this and a la tbatl Give me back the table bright. With its bowls so clean and xhitc. Iron spoons, in hands so manful, Milk so luscieus, by the panful! Ob, the fields of golden maize! Oh, the halcyon rustic days ! Nibblers pale, in rustling silk. What know ye of mush-and-milk? Once again, in foreign lands. O'er my bowl, I clasp my hands, Giving thanks that, as of yore, Mush-and-milk I taste once more. Oh, the rosy cheeks It gave! Oh, the arms so strong and brave! Mush-and-milk has raised the latest Of the nations and the greatest. Countrymen, if ye are wise, From the town turn off jour eyes. Vile with knavery, shame and brawl. And the stench of alchol. Off to the hearty life of old; Off to the f...

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. — 28 July 1887

I w i THOMAS COUNTY OAT. W. c. PORTER, Publlsner. COLBY. KANSAS THE GREETING AT THE GATE. .The eventide draws nizb. The sunbeams fall aslant 'From out the westers sky; The cooling; shades supplant The mid-day heat severe, And mark the hour is late; The good wife now prepares. With deft and lortng hands. The board, then quick repairs Without, and waiting stands To greet with welcome cheer The goodman at the gate. And soon the happy light Glows brighter in her eyes. As her far-reaching sight The well-known form descries, And still more quickly beats Her heart, by lore elate; "With worthy pride she gloats Upon his manly grace, And with fond pleasure notes The quickening of his pace. As smilingly he greets Her, waiting at the gate. The years go swiftly by, With added cares and joys; yew needs her hands supply, A troop of girls and boys. 2Jet always bright and kind, Nor all unfair, her fate; But, taken, all with all. She bears no Tain regret, Tfor would the past recall; And at the evenin...

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. — 28 July 1887

re- - W-H .HLm &jnGMt e av2?SS a. r iKs-t -jju y , " -si,SJMt - (" J35EKr -4SJSW x THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. Official County And City Paper. W. G. PORTER, Editor. The population of Kansas gained 138,508 last year. Oberlin Opinion. The U. S. land office again failed to tlisplaj a flag on the Nation's anniversary. Truly, un der democratic reign Nation is spelled with a small n. Tully Scott was Leant in Oberlin on the 26th day of Jane to tell a demo cratic editor that he expected this was his last chance, and he proposed to throw all into his hands possible. Sherman count News. Cashier I wish to many your daughter, sir. 3Iay I have her? Pro prietor (who lias just been examining the books) Well, I suppose I'd bet ter give my consent. T want to keep the mone in the famil. Jjen Butler says: f-We have sent lack to the South pretty much all we got from them. If the Hags are re turned, I think the next thing the will ask will be that we return the slaves captured from them. I pro pose to st...

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. — 28 July 1887

? -' fBWggfSyasffi' y$Sx J L I s i ii FREDERICK GIESE, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, And Notary Public. Residence on nw qr sec 5-7-32. P. O. Colby. Ks. Deutscher Nbtar und Friedensrichter, Con sular und Schiffs Ajrent. General Vollmacht uud anderc deutsche Documente rechtskraef tig ausfe'efertlfft. Photograph Studio. B. J. BEBB. Prop. Photographs enlarged, and in fact all kind of vork executed in first class shaie pertaiu to the art. Satisfaction fruuranteed. Studic ojiotit the Cat eflice. Coi.uy Kansas. JOSEPH A. GILL. Attorney and Counsellor at Law. COI.IJT, K.XX-. Will practice in thecourts of Thomas and adjoining counties, and before the district land oftice. Collection6 made and promptlv lemitted. Oilice with Martin Ilros & Co. Law, Loan and Land Office of willcoxox & co, Do ajrencral law business. Deeded and Fchool land for sale. Money to loan on chat tel or real etate socuiity. Correspondence solicited. Olhce Cor. Franklin A v. and 3d St. J. W. STUKGIS. WAGONMAKER, All kinds ...

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. — 28 July 1887

u P THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. I iCfficial County And City Paper. W. G. PORTER, Editor. COUNTY DIRECTORY. Clerk .Tames M. Suinmers. Treasurer C. M. Hovej-. Kcsistcrof Dceds-J-W.rnvin. Supeniiteiuleiit Public Jn't W .V.V alker Attomev W. S. Willcoxon. Sheriff M. W. William. Probate Jiidjre M. L. Lacey, Surveyor T. P. Chamber. Corontr Dr. S. IS. Lutjrpn. Firt DiSt. W. H. Smith. ' Com'rs ?econd " Frank Pmjrrec, Cii'n. e Third " W. il. IJaldwin. Kepreetit:itie G. W . Goodoe. Clerk l)itnct Court E. J. Puinc. District Judge L. K. Pratt. CITY DIRECTORY. Mavor M. Doiielun. Clerk i:. S. Teal. Treau i or .1 K. M egicmre M:irh:il Win. Vociim. "Police Judge X. .1. -Adam. I Tr. K. Conoran. CouiiPiimcn F. H Smith. P.. A. Hall. .1. W. I ruin. CHURCHES- I Cii!(iTH riiiMirii-Feniw- 'ver-6ico u mid lourth Lord dav in each month, morning If llllll C CIllll?, ill Illl' V Hill l 1 mil -v. 1 ..M. Cir'Wiit J "s'w'i I n... -.......... . . ri. ,.tw. if Qirt lfr ill tllO i ' I-lll.Mll ll.nn.- .". -' "XT'. , ., r...

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. — 28 July 1887

N,-.-. ;-jT- l' -5J igjp' ' ,t . "-" "-Tf 'L ' " " s jsr - M"9vw ' - - - ,,. -..V WV't,. . -Jr -rM-t r JT t, 5 ttsra4rflb "fci -.& s , -wJ , LUM15AKU iNYCi&rraciNi' wM - - - CAPITAL, 3H,25O,O00 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 lidn diirino 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 to loan on chattel security and on second mortgages on land on as favorable terms as can, be found. If you intend making either...

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. — 28 July 1887

'- ' vi1 y h MR. AND MRS. BOWSER. JL Kemawhat BxMperatler K-cperleaee with Three Gene UMiUrii Four weeks ago Mr, Bowser began Co behave in a strange manner. I no ticed him looking at the outside of the fiouse from the front and back, ac companied by strange men, and from ny open window I heard them talking About "modern colors," 4,meadow .grecn" and other mysterious things. It was not until I found a board in the back yard with half a dozen colors of fresh paint on it that I suspected any thing. Then I asked Mr, Bowser: 'You can't be thinking of having any j .tinting done around here this spring? "I think the cornice ought to be touched up a little' "But we had erery thing painted a year ago, and you said it would stand for ten years." "If I said so it will, but the style of color has changed this year, and I guess I'll have a man for two or throe days." "And you'll have us all in a muss for the next month. Mr. Bowser, can't you let this house alone for a day or two?" Ho gave me a l...

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. — 28 July 1887

K: t, T-r iJh 3 J b V . sk- ,sfc REPLANTING CORN. A rractlce TTbIc Has JCever Proved to t Be Very Profitable. Let the reader think if he ever knew replant corn to do any good, more than to make a little fodder. If replanting missing hills is done it can not be until sufficient time elapses to give all the first planting a chance to show itself and often it is three weeks from the time of the first planting before the replanting is done. Even two weeks difference in the ages of different hills, gives the older ones such a decided advantage in size that the younger are soon shaded so s to be deprived of their needed pro portion of light and air. Then in cultivating all through the season, any one who has worked in a cern-field knows how difficult it ts to So good work when the hills vary in ize- Cultivation, to be effective, must the adapted te the height of the corn, as regards tne depth of working, near ness to the hills, and character of tools. Another point, and an important owe, ...

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. — 28 July 1887

--t- r a . t jAkhAfaMkaaHikiBHBaBiaMtfAt r-?r R. L. RIDDLE, Paesident. L. L. FRENCH, Cashier. LEW E. DARROW, Vice Pre. STATE BANK OF COLBY. Jvfc.. FARM LOANS At 10 Per Cent Interest and No v Commission, At State Bank of Colby, COLBY, : : : COLBY, KANSAS. Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Kansas. Capital'Stock, $50,000.00 I Capital Stock Paid In $26,800.00 KANS. This Bank is fully equipped for every kind of legitimate banking business, and offers to the public a liability of $100,000. Our stockholders represent $1,500,000, thus making it a safe depository for money and such other valuables as are usually placed in a bank. Our terms are liberal, and we solicit your banking business. Farm Loans Negotiated at Current Rates. t ff s-i. , r MANCHESTER! This booming town is located on the B, & M. survey, half-way between Colby and Eustis, in the midst of an old settled and rich agricultural country. The opportunity of a life-time to make grand investments.- Lots given to parti...

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. — 4 August 1887

- M -jrttr rsrr 7c. OOUIITy ""' W'-WW4r --y,- -!.. "osjawewfcfc. TS!e.Se3S, Thomas I'lr VOL. III. NO. 21. - COLBY. THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1887. $1.50 PER YEAR. -(,Ti!B Sf Cat ) I'll ill 1 ! C. H. MARTIN & BRO., Proprietors. DEALERS IN ( 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. 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 CALE AND SLTTLE AT ONCE. In the future my terms will be Spot Cash, Witn No Exceptions. Respectfully, M, DONELAN. THE PIONEER I I M OF THOMAS COUNTY, KAN. To the Farmers of Thomas County : I would respectfully call jour attention to the FACT that I have just ...

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. — 4 August 1887

TfX" THOMAS COUNTY OAT. W. C. PORTER, Publlsner. COLBY. .... . . Kavcv HIDDEN ANGELS. X never knew a father's love or mother'E tender care. My bands were never taught to fold in attitude of prayer; My eyes grew cruel, hardening fast. I knew nor love nor fear; Had never felt affectionate kiss or shed a bo mane tear. Td tasted every cup of sin, of bitterness and woe, The human soul In degradation steeped could ever know; My manhood lost, hope's rudder gone, I stood a wreck alone. All nobler instincts dead; my heart, though living, turned to stone. "With reckless gait I strode along hark! What is that I hear? A human sound or angel sigh wafted from un seen sphere? I turned; two pleading eyes as blue as heaven's ethereal dome Gazed into mine; again that cry: "I'm lost! Please take me home!1' She'd grasped my hand my sin-stained band as tho' 'twere undeilled, In perfect confidence; a little golden-haired, fair child; , You lost, sweet one? Then where In God's wide universe am Ii" She loo...

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. — 4 August 1887

i j r I I J ' lili V1 THOMAS COUNTY OAT. W. C. PORTER, Publisher. coi.ur. - . . . - KASSAS. THE MONARCH'S MOTTO. Once a mighty potentate Placed above hia palaei jate, Colden letters bright and clear: "None may pass, or enter here, 'Who no kindly deed hath wrought. Or some paupers blessing caught." "Warriors fierce in blood-stained pride-" Head its words and turned aside; Princes rich in power and gold .Felt its message, clear and cold; All turned back, and none returned 'Till its permit they had earned. -Soon in all that roomy land Blessings rose on every hand; -Great men made their kindness sure, "Rich men helped the sick and poor. "Words and works in sweetness blent, -Clothed the land in glad content. Men who came and turned away Le.imed what good in kindness lay; Hard hearts cursed its terms, but went Finding, In its work, content 'So. ere many years and days. All the land was filled with praise. 'Then each heart and thankful tongue With the monarch's praises rung. Thankful thoug...

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. — 4 August 1887

i rtn mrMiaawJtMIII ,-'- HBf - tv. -?". ' F- ..? 'Kr4 Jat'T-:Js,VsS'4JM &: 1.3fv ,-&5ii : i.iiiH'.illt1WliHW'lil'Wii""'r- THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. Official County And City Paper. W. G. PORTER, Editor. Judge It. S. Newell is back from Frank fort, Kas. Borx. To Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H.Reed July 31, 1887, one boy. For best Ice Cream and all in the bak ery line go to Pioneer Bakery. Phil Troutfetter is over from Burling ton, Colo., this week. It is said Phil has got nearly tired of baching it. S. C. Britton received a handsome pair of jeans pants yesterday; and wet them for the first time last night. James Stewardson was in Colby Tues day. He has one of the best tree claims in the count'. He has three acres of trees, some of which are 20 feet high. and a foot through. He has shown that trees can be grown in Thomas county to advantage. Miss S. S. Davison, the new proprie tress of the Farmers' Hotel, is doing a good business and receiving a large pat ronage. Mr. A. I. Pratt is clerk. The...

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. — 4 August 1887

6 i 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 will bring you in a good income. I have also TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS to "oan 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. THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. W. G. PORTER & CO., Publishers. Baths! Baths! Ba...

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. — 4 August 1887

p?-"1y!?fiF5"::5J!''''5,-' .-m-i-. ., i r - V? .. BELf GIOUS READING. TRUE LIVING. flow can they live whoa earthly hopss take wings Who hare no hope on high I "Who in hfo's dessrt find but bitter springs? Who nerer see the r woes to blessings turn, .Nor feel their yearning hearts within them burn Because Thou. Lord, art night "How can they lire through days of loneliness When fr.'ends. however dear, Seem far away: when loss an 1 grief oppress, An J human sympathy is all in vain To help us bear the burden or the pain, If Thou, Lord, art not near! How can they lire, who, sinning, never seek To hare their sins forgiven. Who, knowing that the strongest yet are weak. Ask not Thy grace and never know Thy peace Tlie gift unspeakable of thy.release. The pardon scaled in Heaven! How can they live who never, never fed Poor starving souls on Thee; Needing so much who will not own their need; "Who empty go from barren year to year, Wlica Thou comnassionate dost draw so near Our Dally Bread to b...

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. — 4 August 1887

1) - EXCITING BEAR HUNT. A afan, a Grlzsly aad a Katttesaaka at the . Bottom of a His Hala. I One-eyed Zekc, who hunts for a liv ing around Owen lake and along Owen river over in Inyo, came in the other day to be doctored for a sprained ankles Spraining that ankle saved his life on this last trip. Zeke has a scheme of his own for killing grizzlies that is very effective if a man has nerve enough to work it and his gun doesn't miss tire. He carries a heavy double barreled shot-gun and a 44-caliber re volver, hut never lugs a rifle even when he goes after bears. When he sights a grizzly he pops at him with tho revolver and gets him mad, standing in Che open where the bear can sec hisn, and shooting often enoagh to dis pel any possible doubts ia the beards Koddle about the annoyance. A grizzly will go his own way usml ly if not interfered with, but if insulted with pistol-shots he is pretty certain to make a disturbance -of Ac peace. The exasperated bear snaps viciously:st the place wh...

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. — 4 August 1887

finiYTFiii'i'iiiiwiH T" ii iwi uml'wNMwn - FARM LOANS At 10 Per Cent Interest and No Commission, B. L. RIDDLE, Paesident. L. L. FRENCHCashfer. LEW E. DARROW, Vice Prest. STATE BANK OF COLBY. At State Bank of Colby, COLBY, : : : KANS. Capital Stock, COLBY, KANSAS. , V Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Kansasl1 - . - - 50,000.00 I Capital Stock Paid In ' j ' 26,800.0G This Bank is folly equipped for every kind of legitimate banking business, and offers to the public a liability of $100,000. Our stockholders represent 1,500,000, thus making it a safe depository for money and such other valuables as are usually placed in a bank. Our terms are liberal, and we solicit your banking business. Farm Loans Negotiated at Current Bates. ."3 V 3fc r -J5fJ 'eft MA M ml T I R! ' v " This booming town is located on the B, & M. survey, half-way between Colby and Eustis, in the midst of an old settled and rich agricultural country. The opportunity of a life-time to make grand investments...

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. — 11 August 1887

V I '. tf03'w y - --'. won, A n Of?4 tif , - -v - .w nmw tMwvtMveak . '-,.-, wftv, w-(wiiadSrf1swJ1 JV Thomas li tJATs . ) V) V 1 ! r- i VOL. III. NO. 22. & DRY & K Gloves and Mittens, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Groceries, Provisions Queensware, Glassware and Woodenware Etc. As we have now been here one year, we are well posted in regard to the wants of the people, and will use our best efforts to keep in stock just such goods as the people demand, and at prices as low as the lowest. We wish to say to the people of Thomas county and surrounding country that we wish to make the Brick Store HEADQUARTERS for Western Kansas, if goods and prices will do it. You will please bear in mind our stock is new, fresh and clean. We have no old "trash" to shove off on our customers, but will make as low prices as any house in the west, and will assure every customer who favors us with his patronage a square deal. Our goods are bought for spot cash at bottom prices, and to all who may ...

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. — 11 August 1887

-1i-!yaegyrfjff THOMAS COUNTY OAT. W. C. PORTER, Publlaner. COLBY. ------ KANSAS LIFE. Dining and sleeping. Laughing and wecplnr. Slfihing for some new toy; Loving and bating, Wooing and imatlnp. Chasing the pbantosi, Joy. Losing and winning. Praying and sinning. Seeking a higher life; Hope and repining. Shadow and shining, Care and worry and strifes Hoarding and wasting. Loitering, hasting, Missing the golden marie; Praising and flouting. Trusting and doubting Taking a leap in the dark. Clarence It. Ptarion, in Current. A MILE A MINUTE, The Grizzled Stranger's Unparal leled Feat. "I have made a mile a minute on Lon-eback. in the saddle." As a grizzled stranger with a quartz itc pin made this remark, a silence-fell upon the little group of turfmen who sat in the corridor of the Windsor Hotel, at Denver, the other evening. The man who had just told of driving an unrecorded mile in 2:11 arose de liberately, brushed the ashes off his cigar, buttoned his overcoat and "walked away. "I am...

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. — 11 August 1887

m 0 THOMAS COUNTY OAT, m W. G. PORTER, Publisher. COLBY. KANSAS OUR SAINT. The one I sing was born and bred JEre prtaid Queen Fashion's whims had led -A. single maid to rex ber head O'er pug or poodle; riler form was lithe, ber tace was fair. Her laugh was blithe and debonair, IHer voice was sweet her favorite air Was "Yankee Doodle." She used to play an old spinet, j The same is in existence yet .Amid the dust and cobwebs set ; High in our garret; .And oft she spun from dawn till gloonr Jn some quaint, low, be-gabled 100m; :She loved the fabric of her loom, Nor scorned to wear it. Jn stately minuet or reel, "With large-bowed slippers, high of heel, 3Iers was the step that roused the zeal In hearts of gallants; '.Folk high and lowly both to please, To mako bright tnott and repartees, To bake, to brew she numbered these Among her talents. "Whene'er she passed in quilted gown .Along the highways of the town, iSmall wonder that swains bowed down In admiration; .And when a handsomo stra...

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