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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 8 September 1887

riTBi inwh-iLIi i ca&aut iiian u er. I B. J. Woodruff. Esq., is off this week for si trip to Kansas City and St. Joseph. Dr. C. E. Corporan, formerly of Colby, but lately of Cheyenne Wells, has dis posed of his business interests at the lat ter place. Lou Caiy has returned from Cheyenne Wells to his first love, Colby, and is en gaged in J . H. McDougall's place at the Horse Shoe Grocery. Mr. McDougall will shortly begin teaching a fall term of school. Countv Clerk Summers brought to this office, on Monday, some Blue Victor po tatoes of this year's growth. They were raised on his place and were large and tine. The growth of these potatoes since the last rain, some ten days before, had been so rapid as to more than double the ize. We are sorry to note the continued at tack of typhoid fever that is prostrating Mr. G. W. Friend, and hope that ere our next issue he may be fairly on the road to recovery. The brothers of the Sun light Lodge. I. O. O. F., are caring for Mr. Friend durin...

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. — 8 September 1887

t-yji'i'T"; Farm Loans. w Loans on Second Mortgages on Land. LOANS ON CHATTELS. A in- kind of a loan you want, and on any kind of security that is good for the money. If you want big promises that cannot and will not be filled, don't deal with me. If you desire to business, ask your neighbors who have dealt with me, some of them many times over. No matter what sort of a loan you need, it will pay you to see me before making it. With many thanks know whether I am doing a square for past favors, I am yours truly. F. O. FINNERTY &SJB$agS'S3iff3S U COUNTY CAT. -7 W. G. POUTER & CO., Publishers. Baths ! Baths ! Baths ! Cat office does best job work. Pioneer Bakery best in Colby. Canned goods at Standard baker. Old newspapers for sale at this office. Job work at Cat office on short notice. Webster's Handy Dictionery at P. O. store. Subscribe for the Cat, it lias most news. Get your job woik done at the Cat office. Cigars and confectioner at Standard baker. NEW WOKKS OF FICTION at ...

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. — 8 September 1887

' a FOREIGN GOSSIP. The Celtic language is spoken by 540.000 people in Ireland, 64,000 of whom can speak no othor. The favorite pin and brooch of the Parisian woman is ornamented with one or several dogs' heads. Since the accident in the Theater "Comiquc, the provincial theaters in .France have had only empty galleries. A club has been started in Berlin -which has among its rules one which -provides that no one shall be eligible to membership unless he can converse fluently in at least one foreign lan guage. The title of baron was formerly the only one in the English language; now it is the lowest. Its original name was "vavasour," but the S.ixons changed it to "thane," and finally the Normans gave it its present appella tion. The cost of the British medical army staff is 240.000 a year, but, in addition, there is an item of 200.000 a year for pensions to retired doctors and surgeons. The medical officers retire from the service at forty-five years of age. and receive pensions for 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. — 8 September 1887

WJRLL'JS fi WOMAFS DEPARTMENT. UNFAIR WAGES OF WOMEN. The TJoJoat Dhterlminatlow Made ia Wages Paid to Women for Performing Skilled Labor. Even when doing the same kind of work, and work which a woman plain ly can do as well as a man, the woman invariably received less wages than the man. In the manufacture of cotton goods the men inule-spinners received one dollar and fifty-seven cents a week, men frame-spinners received one dol lar a week, and men ring-spinners (the third hands) received three dol lars and sixty-six cents a week more than women received who did precise ly the same kind of work. Girls, as spare hands in reeling and warping, earned five dollars and eleven cents a week less than men, though reckoned as second hands at the same work. In the cloth-room women were paid two dollars and fortj'-nine cents a week less than the men. In the manufact ure of musical instruments women action-makers earned six dollars and fifty cents less per week than the men. In the manufacture...

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. — 8 September 1887

pfcsSSH FARM LOANS At 10 Per Cent Interest and No Commission, R. L. RIDDLE, Paesident. L. Iu FRENCH, Cashier. LEW E. DARROW, Vice Prest STATE BANK OF COLBY. Y COLBY, KANSAS. Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Kansas. Capital Stock, 50,000.00 Capital Stock Paid In 26,800.00 At State Bank of Colby, This Bank is fully equipped for ever' kind of legitimate banking business, and offers to the public a liability of $100,000. Our stockholders represent 81,500,000, thus making it a safe positoryfor money and such other valuables as are usually placed in a bank. Our terms are liberal, and we s o it your banking business. Farm Loans Negotiated at Current Rates. KANS. COLBY, : : THE PIONEER IMIIIIINN OF THOMAS COUNTY, KAN. To the Farmers of Thomas County : I would respectfully call your attention to the FACT that I have iust received a large and complete stock of Farm Implements for spring trade of 1887, including the celebrated Rock Island plows, cultivators, listers, harrows, the ge...

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. — 15 September 1887

JPQxiiii,iat,'-liI'aCT!-,-. s. t , SBBHBHHaaH COUNTy Thomas Cat. VOL. III. NO. 27. COLBY. THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1887. TEN PAGES. $1.50 PER YEAR. S CHARDON! RAWLINS COUNTY, KAS. The Wonder of the West. A booming business place in a beautiful,, healthful, country. The place to put your money tk neSSe immense margins. Very few towns in Western Kansas are so happily situated. It is in the same line of townships of Denver, Colo!, where the Rock Island and Santa Fe roads are building air lines,also the extension of the Oakley, Colby & Northwestern to Denver Junction. It used to be said: "See Naples and die' We say, see Chardon and buy property, and settle down and live long as you can to enjoy the beautiful scenery and invigorating, healthful climate. 250 lots sold at $10 each. ,A business lot guaranteed to every purchaser of 10 tickets. Day of drawing, Oct. 1st, 1887. Address, Or J. B. McGONIGAL, President, Colby. M. D. WINTER, Secretary, Sappaton, Kans. Dire...

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. — 15 September 1887

&Sg &s&Km8te&ttmsi MnamacamKgtTaaBtg THOMAS COUNTY OAT, W. C. PORTER, Publisher. - " COLBY. - - - - KANSAS BACHELOR'S HALL. Hurrah! hurrah Tor Bachelor's Hall; The Queen's away and I'm monarch of all: I don't hare to hang up my coat or my hat, .And when I get lonely I talk to the cat. I come when I like, and I go when I choose. The finest cigars help me scatter the blue3; No bundles I carry, and nothing I buy; There's no one to care about only "big L" Ijrevel in wildest confusion around; There isn t a thing in its place to be found; My books and newspapers, they litter the room That hasn't for weeks seen the sight of a broom. There's clothing or something on every chair; My bed's never made, but it's little I care; I sleep like a top, for there's no one to call J take solid comfort in Bachelor's HalL I've used all the dishes, and now it's my fate To cat, when I'm home, on the back of a plate; I'm learning to cook, but, alas, I confess I choose to go hungry than swall...

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. — 15 September 1887

THOMAS COOTTY CAT W. c. PORTER, Publlsner. COTRY KAVc "THE ACORN AND THE PUMPKIN. A Paraphrase of a French Fable. "Tis said that once a man of thoughtful mind, "Unlearned withal, to study not inclined, "When, strolling through the fields, once chanced to see A pumpkin vine beneath an oaken tree. 'The pumpkin, largo and yellow, fine and round, "Still growing to the vine, lay on the ground; The peasant viewed it o'er, then looked on nigh TJpon the tree whose branches reached the sky .Beheld the acorns which the tree adorned, "Then, with a scornful voice, aloud he mourned: Alas! that Providence no more should know Than sadly to mismanage matters so; IJow, were I He, I never should have made This pumpkin vast to lie here in the shade, Growing upon a vine so small; instead 3 would have placed it on the tree o'erhoad, "While the small acorns on the vine might grow; An idiot, sure, would know 'twere better so." Thus, moaning that the gods were .not as he, He laid him down to rest beneath t...

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. — 15 September 1887

I t THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. OFFICIAL CODNTV -VXD CITV PAPER. Thomas Co. Cat Publishing Co. JOSEPH A. CILL, Editor. Republican County Convention- A Republican County Convention will be Tield at the court house In the city of Colby, Kansas, on Saturday, the 8th day of October, A. D.,lbS7. at the hour of 2 o'clock p- in., for the purpose of nominating' candidates for the several offices to be filled by election this fall, to-wit: One Register or feeds. One County Treusurer. One Sbcriir. One County Clerk. One Surveyor. One Commissioner of 1st District. Central Committee. The basis or the representation as adjusted by the County Central Committee is as fol- Oii'efl) delegate to every 200 inhabitants and major fraction thereof in each township.which entitles each township to the following repre sentation: Wendell, 4 Itovohl. :i Barrett, :S Hale, 0 Morgan, . Kanilall. 'i Summers, 2 It is recommended that the primaries lie held on Saturday, October 1. 1887, at the hour of 2 o'clock j. in., a...

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. — 15 September 1887

tgi Si ll ll fit n 1! I Kit ' '? i STL -in-Ss. nS3rti-?.-- . -i,-.. :'-.-. aV TSiWfesKr EETir:.-'-. - . u: 7-r, . J-ii!.-jri, .,. rt - . ;.-! Es?-i - -Tf "a. ."5?-' . - :-.. I;,' , ,:.;-f-6fti' .-V " 3Sl -. w ;vi r j.. "il"'!. ;'- . V' .'--j - :"j;i 'X;. . - . ,- . &4 '"'-;", --A, , -tiS-i ffT&V - .' JiJf --' ' ' -15 - ,'A')t'!rt'..fKX , "i. "-l-Ai'- '-.,.,. -Kx!t' :?.:' Kiaa i?v!!i , , . v- -y-sE The FARMERS & MERCHANTS' BANK il OF COLB? k if- h Lotus 11 km il 9 iit I'm kM wr Inn! 1 1 Favorable Options Granted. No Commission charged. , . y fc . ; ,5 !l JX WE AlSO MAKE- Chattel loans at lowest current rates. Sufficient money.always on hand to supply the demand. t.-vi'-'.'$ '-'."', ,."' JV' . C -::W.. ' .,: Our arrangements are replete in every respect to -s DO A GENERAL BANKIN6 BUSINESS. I Our terms and methods are the most liberal and favorable consistent with safe banking. Our patrons feel at HOME with us. Money furnished to make final proofs. We invite you to call and...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 15 September 1887

W iS-fi 3i.t?-f fB-? lev? '? Si3gSL 3 '': s?- EP&iv ss?; gi fK KSSS f3"f6 P7 MP? ' ; 1 A. - tj fc tF"', V - 3"---. Y i Pi IJ I- $fc 3' fr &V ri .r.1 ., ?V fsfl sa &$&. wi sar aiv" - 2S& THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. OFFICIAL COUNTY AND CITY PAPBB. Thomas Co. Cat Publishing Co. JOSEPH A. CILL, Editor. COUNTY PIWECTORY. Clerk Junes M. Summers. Treasuror-C. M. Hovejr. Beslsterot Deeds J. W. Irwin. Superintendent Public Ins't W. W. Walker Attorney W. S. Willcoxon. 7H : r w witham Probate Judue M. L. Lacey, Survej or T. P. Chambers. Corontr Dr. S. B. Lutgen. Gom'rs I Second " Frank Pin jrree, Ch'n. J Third "W.M.Baldwin. Beprescntative G. W. Goodsoe. Clerk District Court E. J. Paine. District Judge L. K. Pratt. CITY DIRECTORY. Mayor M. Donclan. Clerk-E. S. Teal. Treasurer J. E. Mclcmrc Marshal Wm. Yocum. Police Judge N. .1. Adams. fW. W.Walker, I Dr. C. E. Corporan, Councilman F. H. Smith. I E. A. Hall. i J. W.Irwin. CHURCHES. CniusTrAN Cnuucii Services every second and fourt...

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. — 15 September 1887

jpjfcgryiyTr rjMyijrJjj " j " s I n,i . ii- . , - m i '" j Farm Loans. Morti LOANS ON CHATTELS. $& br&$& in & f Any kind of a loan you want, and on any kind of security that is good for the money. If you want big promises that cannot and will not be filled, business, ask s our neighbors who have dealt with me, some of them many times over. So matter what sort of a loan you need, it will p ly you to see me ' THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. W. G. PORTER & CO., Publisher?. Baths! Baths! BathTi Cat office docs best job work. Pioneer Bakery best in Colby. Canned goods at Standard bakery. Old newspapers for sale at this office. Job work at Cat office on shoit notice. Webster's Handy Dictionery at P. O. store. Subscribe for the Cat, it has most news. Get your job work done at the Cat office. Cigars and confectioner' at Standard baker-. NEW WORKS OF FICTION at the P. O.-Storc. Full line of confectioneiy at the Stan dard bakery. School books and supplies at postoftice book store. ...

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. — 15 September 1887

WOMAN'S DEPARTMENT. A GOOD SAMARITAN. The Story of Jennie Collins mad Her Phil anthropic Deeds. Sixteen years ago, writes Miss Liv ermore, in the Women's Journal. Jen nie Collins was a tailorcss in Boston working; for her daily bread. Born unto poverty, she had gauged its depths for many years, during which she had fought the battle of life single handed and hlone. She had measured Iy pprsonal experience the deprivations nnd misery of the large class of shop girls iho lived in cheap boarding houses and lodging-rooms, without re sources and without friends, in time of sickness and trouble. But at last, when more than half-way through life, she won a little vantage ground for herself, and immediately hastened to realize her long-cherished dream of helping her less fortunate fcllow-wortc-ers. " If I had called my place 'Head quarters for Working-Women,' or any other similar name," said Jennie, when criticised for giving her humane establishment so incongruous a cog nomen, "it would hav...

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. — 15 September 1887

h...'i 'fc ith.il.JlwEB555 I ill sn. g--- , ,,. ,11 J h TRY THIS METHOD. Bow to Have Straw Stacked So That Is Will Keep WelL Straw will keep fully as well as mixed hay, if it i3 stacked with as much care. The trouble is, usually, that too few and incompetent men are placed on the strawstack, while tha more desirable places about the thresh ing machine are given to tho more careful workers. Straw will not keep if merely piled up in an irregular pile without thought or system. To make a good stack of the straw from twenty or thirty loads of bundles, one foreman and two to five helpers are needed. Among the great mass of farmers in grain sections the plan of "changing work" is quite generally adopted in threshing. Every one has a dislikefor the strawstack, and very few men take a pride in building a stack so it will keep. If a man gets a reputation for building good stacks every one wants to "change work" with him and he is asked to stack straw. As there is hard work, a great deal of d...

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. — 15 September 1887

R. L. RIDDLE, Paesident. L. L. FRENCH, Cashier. LEW E. DARROW, Vice Prert STATE BANK OF COLBY. COLBY, KANSAS. Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Kansas. Capital Stock, 150,000.00 Capital Stock Paid Is 26,800.00 This Bank is fully equipped for everv kind of lpritimitn honirin,r hniinM n nflfo.. m nKi;n i:.k:k.. of $100,000. Our stockholders represent 1,500,000, thus making it asafe pository for money and such other valuables as are usually placed in a bank. Our terms are liberal, and we so it your banking business. Farm Loans Negotiated at Current Rates. COLBY, KANS. FARM LOANS At 10 Per Cent Interest and No Commission, At State Bank of Colby, COLBY SCHOOLS. Teachers. Attendance. Tuition. The Colby schools began last Monday with the following corps of able teach ers: "W. P. Sullivan. Principal, whose room is in the court house; Miss Hattie Ded rick, teacher of Intermediate Depart ment; and Miss Edie Lawrence, teacher of Primary Department. There are now 80 pupils enrolled, 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. — 22 September 1887

wmmm&mmmfmmMmmm- jfMiMPPaMcm-BKCPS VjJWBBBBfcggBBJMMMfcfialB3BMBttgi Tmm 1, HMIW1H i n ii ii 1 II i hi iii n i iTimWM ill iimi ""WB1M :A Thomas $ CO0Ty , -" .,',.!' ''": ; ':Z' -M - VOL. III. NO. 28. COLBY. THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1887. TEN PAGES. H.50 PER YEAR. THE 'j HORSESHOE GROCERY! rF S. C. BRITTON & CO., -f 58 Wholesale and retail dealers in j- FANCY and STAPLE GKOCEBIES. This firm is known for its enterprise and fair dealing. It has the largest trade in the county, and proposes to maintain it regardless f i t .. . - . - . . ,, .-. - w w w m w w v W V W W y ot labor or cost. PRICES FOR UOiD ASTON ISHlNtiLiY L.U W. FLOUR. FLOUR I FLOUR ! Finest grades flour. Fresh car load flour just arrived at and another on the way to S. C. Britton & Co's. Now is the time to lay in your winter supply of flour. if Queensware. Wooden ware, Tinware and Crockery, A Fine Teas, Coffees, Sugars, Canned Goods, Salt Meats, Soaps, Etc. Everything to be found in a fir...

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. — 22 September 1887

x&m&8&g&&ffi&& SSS5SSS5H jaeaBSuS nsHaamEw 3W" SssaE3safiEHBaHsHi l.'.'iL)iipiw'iiirniifpjM.ilgt."Titf3iiSr''ii' v V s&tsss THOMAS COUNTY OAT. W. C. PORTER, Publisner. COLBY. - - - - - - KANSAS WHEN OLD JACK DIED. Whec Old Jack died, we staid from school (they said. At home, we needn't eo that day), and none Of us ate any breakfast only one, And that was papa and his eyes were red When he came round where we were, by the shed "Where Jac'.c was lying, half way in the sun And half way in the shade. When we begun To cry out loud, pa turned and dropped his head And went away: and mamma, she went back Into the kitchen. Then, for a long while. All to ourselves like, ve stood there and cried "We thought so many good things of Old Jack, And funny things although we didn't smile ' We couldn't only cry when Old Jack died. "When Old Jack died, it seemed a human friend Had suddenly gone from us; that some face That we had loved to fondle and embrace. From babyhoo...

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. — 22 September 1887

sg:sji lCjSWHafc-'v'y'j----aaaaaJyaO m-rrriri wr"iv ' 'i . - . SSnsaSSmSPPVPaMBMIHPBIBaMMHaHaMBHBHBHBBBHI tf,'i&"'f" ' '?," 2KVf SU ii-.- vsi. -?-Wt?Tc!!flHIHiHHHHIHiHBiHHIHHHBIMftiMiMfaateL - - k ' -XS1 'r'-RKr If 1 hX 41 - THOMAS OOOTTT OAT W. C. PORTER, Publisher. rr.. ?v KANSAS. HEN SHE WILL FORGET KIM. " Forget him? If' the maiden said. And fondly smiling shook her head. Forget the bouquets, bud and rose, Of Marcschal Neils and Jacqueminots, With which this most artistic youth Has wooed me a whole month, forsooth? These are not tokens I forget. And deep within my heart are set. "toryi him? All the dainty words He's used, comparing me to birds? jVnd saying how the lilies sigh As I, 'more graceful, pass them by'? And how the tints upon my cheek Pure thoughts within my heart bespeak? 'Tis true I've heard the same before, I3ut v, hat we like will bear encore. ' Forget him With the perfect tie To his cra at? And clothes that lie Without a wrinkle tuch a form ! And eyeglass, that...

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. — 22 September 1887

I If : 5- k h a & F THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. OFFICIAL COUXT1 AND CITY PAPEK. Thomas Co. Cat Publishing Co. JOSEPH A. CILL, Editor. Republican County Convention- A Republican County Couention will be held at the court boute in the city of Colby, Kansas, on Saturday, the fcth day of October, A-D.,lb87. at the hmir of 2 o'clock p- in., for xhe purpose of nominating- candidates for the several offices to be filled by election this fall, to-wit : One Register of Deeds. One County Treasurer. One SheriiT. One County Clerk. One Surveyor. One Commissioner of 1st District. Central Committee. The basis of the representation as adjusted by the County Central Committee is as fol lows: Onel) delegate to cery 200 inhabitants and major fraction thereof in each township.whlch entitles each township to the following repre sentation: Wendell, 4 Rotohl. '! Barrett, ' Hale, Morgnn, 5 Randall, Summers, 2 It is recommended that the primaries be held on Suturday, Oc'ober 1. Ifc87, at the hour of 2o'ciock...

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. — 22 September 1887

lCi' . L- A. , Cat Supplement. THE THOMAS COUNTY FAIR. THURSDAY, SEPT. 22, 18S7. Fair continued over Saturday. Gents, don't forget your bath to-day. Standard Bakery has best bread and cakes. Chickens by the hundred at the Red Front. Best bread and cake at the Pioneer Bakery. Fine job work at reasonable rates at Cat office. P, O. Store has received a fine line of dit 'i i-iries. buy groceries at the Brick Store and save money. We are sony to learn that Mr. M. Mc Greevey is confined to his room with ton sllitis, and trust his illness ma' be but temporaay. J. O. Smalley, Esq,, of Hussel Springs, is now visiting" in Colby Mr. Smalley was here about a year ago. and is much mpressed with the growtli of the city. G. J. Zenvekh, Esq., of Iowa, brother of David Zcrwekh, is viiting in Colby this week. He has become interested in the A. Lauterbach claim, south of the cit New stock of Oueensware.. Glassware and Lamps at the Brick Store. All parties owing for advertising to Thomas Count- Cat pri...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
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