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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 22 September 1887

S :'-" " - JT - v--: v--v- --. -- r"',i v -s;. . .-5 -J - r. . -v . ..i-.- . -". j L - -1 .: . r ii. , :T r- t xt f . mi c -" -v " V.' X p ABILENE REFLECf OK .. , PUBLISHED BY I,. EL 3LITTS & CO. A SONG OF WORK. J A charming tale was that of old, For lazy folks by poets told, SChat 'tis Love that makes the world go round Hound and round. With never a sound, Over and over. From Sydney to Dover Here we go, there we go, till the brain reels; Now on our heads and now on our heels; j Butwe know it is not Love at all That keeps a'going this cosmic ball; For oh! Tis"W6rk that makes tho:world go round, And Love only oils the wheels! Then prate no more of a "primal curse;" "With Eden kept, things might have been worse; For 'tis "Work that makes the world go round! So day by day We'll work away," ? ''Plowing and sowing, Reaping and mowing, pi:ning'and weaving and getting of meals, Forging and building and laying of keels; Slaves. and prisoners labor; free men disdain A word so fraught wit...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 22 September 1887

If .v.:. t v i jVt v v ;-v S " - - x- - - 1 "- - ---- - - .- v v- - t"S :- TTV:. 3. ,JA !-! . 4"S -iS.. -tj"..- IrfX - iA?K - ' U' - "?' - Stir S-X ' jSi. v - w 5 "' kt,- WWMIMBEBJimiL ..,- t -.iJm.i ..,.,-,. nTlilHtti.V .....' 1El.iu.L ni&i.i k A ' ABILENE EEFLEGTOE PUBLISHED BY Xi. H. ILITTS & CO. AS USUAL. There once ivas a lover who knelt tc his dove, And swore by the things that are sacred to lovo That if she would take hira and never forsake him 3he'd And him as good as the angels above. tHc swore by the sun and the moon and the stars Jo give up whe i married his pipe and cigare ; rifbat chewing tie weed he would stop, and. In deed, he JJvould ncvernivrc drink with tho fcoys at the bars. 'Hi vowed that it home would his evenirgs be Bpcnt, That nothing iie'd do without first her consent; He never would grieve her, no, never deceive her, And give her his money to even a cent. He swore that no lover e'er loved as he did That ever her slave most devoted he'd bi-; Ho'd thin...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 22 September 1887

- r-jf ' V - V -&&'?': -- "v raeLV-3-V 'V r- v X V M mim -;rrr- i y. XT Fall Clothing, Boots We can show you an assortment of goods fully equal and probably superior to anything of the kind you have yet seen, and the uniform scale of low prices, which we put upon every article in our stock, will be a convincing argument in favor of making your purchases right here of us. But, much as we would like it, we cannot bring our bargains to you. They are here waiting for you the best that money, care and experience can purchase and we think it is not expecting much of the people of this community when we simply ask ior a fair trial. A careful man will see it is well worth his while to look over our new and seasonable stock. We ask you to make a comparison in all departments. We have confidence in our goods and prices, and are anxious to have them examined on their merits. We will make you a big offer on anything you want in our line, and you will find us giving the Hock-Bottom Price...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 22 September 1887

iiiowiiiw.u,na,.v.eujuLU,ja.i mucn nea vier man usual. I I si Abilene Keflectox. SUPPLEMENT. Thursday, September 22, 1887 HENRY LITTS, Editor. From Wednesday's daily. Married, at the Probate Court room tills afternoon at four o'clock, by Juds Seeds. Air. J. N.Hobson.of Bon accord, to Miss M. E. Ilensley, of Abilene The Reflector extends its congratu lations to the newly wedded couple, and hopes their life will be a long and :i:tppy one. Police Court. Thos. McDonald, the Santa "Pe track layer who was taken off the streets, drunk, last evening, by Marshal Kirk wood, w."S arraigned before the J., P. this morning and fined $5 75. Xot be ins able to pay the amount, he was taken b;:ck to thf hole huthe wall. Ti-e two railroaders arrested by the ra"-'al la-t I'Vi'inj, h.'d fheir trial thi morning. Ed f'htrk (Jumbo) was lined $10 and cost, and Thos. Kemp So and cost. The Sew Post Oiuce. $100,000 TO LOAN. TVe have 5100,000 tp- loan on farm and city property at the lowest rates. Loans closed ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 22 September 1887

MV rbVbWiJf --! .; , - ,2 3 .-, i rv SCHWANER'S HAME TUG SECTION 31 Broadway. Successor to D. L. Pisle. Saddlery Goods of all descriptions Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Nets, Collars, Whips, Lashes, Robes, Blank ets, Dusters, and all styles of goods kept in a first-class harness shop. Fine Turf Goods. .Fine Featherbone Whips a Specialty. All Good Guaranteed. Call and give me a trial. 42-ly JOHN BENNETT'S . GROCERY! THREE TO FIVE DOLLARS A DAY Agents -who are now soliciting subscriptions to the WEEKLY DETROIT FREE PRESS tinder its special offer of FOUR MONTHS FOR TWENTY FIVE CENTS, are making Three to Five Dollars per day -with very little effort. We "want agents to represent us at all the County and District Fairs, and in every town in the United States. Send for credentials and agent's outfit at once. Very liberal commissions and cash prizes for largest lists. DON'T FORGET that any one can have THE WEF.KLY FREE PRESS sent to their address Four Months on Trial for 25 cents. Address THE...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 22 September 1887

:L. H. FAULKNER & CO. N NEW GOOD i - - HrffiW GOODS, -v W i 9 4 - Our two large stores are now filled with new goods for the fall trade Our trade this summer has been much larger than we expected, we never before sold our stock so low, therefore this fall we have bought much heavier than usual. 0 o z -J tf X -J In Our Clothing Room We Have $ 1 5,000 Worth of 1TEW A2TD STYLISH SUIT Just Eeceived for the Fall and Winter Trade, HlKETJ EBOM TBI MjLNUWAJmPUBXmS. No body Who needs olothing CAN AFFORD TO PASS US THIS FALL, For Our Stock Equals any two in the city. M as for Coffljeloi, Ib Do it Eecopize Any. Everybody concedes that we are Headquarters for Clothing in Dickinson county, and this fall we propose to create a new era in the Clothing Business, and sell suits to correspond with our corn crop. Every man and boy who needs clothing this fall should see our Immense Stock, and judge for themselves what we are doing. In Our Boot & Shoe Room All we wish to say to our large and in...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 22 September 1887

V - - ,r-- -H' --- . ?-, r ig? ft--. "' 5' i: -Tt a ,.- 3 ."-"- ""f3? "-". 1 -Ti' V - -ii'' ' " a '' s .- - l! 2ET"Any person who takea tho paper reg ciarly from the post-office, whether directed to his name or whether he is a subscriber or Tiot, is responsible for the pay. The courts have decided that refusing1 to take newspapers from the post-offlce, or re xaovinp and leaving them uncalled for, Is fcrima faclo eviueaee of istextioxJlI. fhadtx Adventures of Tad ; OB THE EAPS Aifi) MISHAPS OF A LOST SACHEL A. Story for Young and Old. BY FRANK n. converse Atrrnoit osr "Peppeh adaiss," "Blown Odt to Sea," "Paul GnAFTOX,'' Etc. ICopyrtyJal, JSSC, ly J). Lothrop & Co., Pullxhtd by Special -lrrungcmtnl. end CHAPTER XL Co:rrn.-rED. 'If there had been any thing olmuch value in it," Mr. Forrest observed, watching Tad closely, "the owner would have been likely to have adver tised in the city papers." "Yes," returned Tad, "but then we phouldn't be any the wiser for that, down here in Bixp...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 22 September 1887

"- .:- -- ;- - ;- y rA SHE, TOO, COULD SHINE. XXoxr a 'Frisco MltllonntrrM Wire Cleaned Out a Fashionable Hotel. A few davs ago a lady from S.n Fran cisco, who hail a very solid bank ac count, went to Lake Tahoc on a pleasnre trip with her daughter. She concluded that she would have a good time, and accordingly took along some plain, serv iceable clothes and no jewelry. When she struck one of the fashionable resorts she found herself in the midst of a lot of people making a vulgar display of clollnts and diamonds, and every time she turned around she was the subject of the most unmerciful snubbing. She was put off in an obscure corner to eat. and not one of the fashionable gwsis condescended to show her the slightest civility. The lady bit her lips for a few days, took in the situation ami with true feminine instinct decided on revenge. She dropped a line below, and presently there were deposited at the hotel twelve Saratoga trunks waybilled to her ad dress, fc'he and her daughter r...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 22 September 1887

jr - --' --. .'.-v- -" v- --- " 'fl General Kilpatrick's widow writes that she is on her way to America with the remains of her husband and expects to arrive in this country about the mid dle of the present month. An Important Announcement!: "V-V"r " Many people will be surprised to learn that Sam Jones, the Revivalist, has decided to make "Washington his permane:.'. abiding place. The fact is, the people of Washington have nbver taken kindly to the Jones-Small mode of saving sinners, and the eccentric elo quence of these men has never had much effect at the capital. However, Jones has decided to settle in Washing ton and, perhaps, lay permanent siege to that unimpressionable city. "Well," said the Car Stove to the Rotten Bridge yesterday, "you have had a pretty busy summer, and have hustled a good many people into the mysterious beyond, but your work is tame after all. You don't give them a taste of the hereafter. Just wait a few weeks and see me broil 'em." And they joined arms an...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 29 September 1887

' f '-r " b- Zlm ' iti i ra -, - t r a Wk VOL. 5. .ABrCJEEOi DIOKIiTSON COUNTY, BZA-IsTSS. SEPTEMBER 29. 1837. "O. 6- fC fc & 3E Por n5rn f ii n rPi -i? r--- fe IVE cyvaPyyv 3F" -A- ? t s r C BCa f BV5M fferv BEB Krf IS C3 r.5n .4Sfc. EE9 BBBab. ibyMi t V 11 e . ni.ociflM of Prnns o, rl tho nonsemient strinsrency of money, we are determined to give you the lowest prices on Clothing eyer known in all the history of the trade in this section. Not only in part of our stock haye we decided on this plan, but all through our entire mammoth stock we will positively make the LOWEST EBB PRICES EVER KNOWN TO THE TRADE. " Rg3S MrSfrSa 3s OT i BJSJl 11 IHtTHJ 'ES-! &&t 5g in Jlk, I aw Bi $2 TO $10 SAVED. Below we quote only a few of the many Sterling Values which may be found in our Immense Stock of Clothing, occupying the second " floor of our hoiuc. The prices quoted lierc are )Ositively the figures you will get at our house this fall. We invite you to bring this right with you. W...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 29 September 1887

t - -r-Sj- -. ." "-jr ., W r" --jr V - ' , - V J. '- ': r-" V J; -- A '. ft,l , -3" . 1W it $ 5:. ; ABILENE MFLECTUK PUBLISHED BY X,. EC. ICITTS & CO. THE DAY SHE DIED. Jill as she left it -within her room; Her footstool here where she used it last; Her choir drawn near to the plants in bloom The time of flowers trill scon be past. Here is her work-box, and white as milk Her velvet cushion lies by its side: And a needle threaded with rose-hued silk Just as she left it the day she died. On the sofa there is the dress she wore, Dainty the sheer soft muslin thing It suited her tender face of yore Because of :its tints like the buds of spring. A crumpled glove on her dressing case, The print of fingers within it yet. And about it lingering still a trace Of violet vague and mignonette. A ribbon dropped on the carpet near By her own soft fingers its knot was tied; No one has dared to enter here Since the sudden, sorrowful day she died. There on the table her open book. And the blot of...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 29 September 1887

P"!JI- v' '-psjfst-f mr "- i r v-. - - ,,,,, I 7- v- r 1 - . - "v' M -vf l t -- y n f ABILENE REFLECTOB PUBLISHED BY Ta. EL LITTS & CO. TO MY WEE BIT LAD. My ottii dear lad, my tree bit lad, My bonniest lad of all ! "With eyes like violets street with dew, Lips as the rose when petals fall In golden sunlight by garden wall, .Ah, lad, wee hid. none loved sae true, In all the world as I love you! "My dear wee lad, my own dear lad, The lail I love sae well! "Did ye learn in sooth your secret deep "Ere the spirit of Elaand fell asleep? May I never learn the mystic spell, But be content to love thee well, "Knowing none ere loved sae true, .My wee bit lad, as I love you! Bat, my lad, my wee bit lad, My bonniest lad of all, Trust me. dear, such love as mine Outlives the dreariest wintry snows. That blicht the violet, blast the ro?e; .Abiding midst, like sweet sunshine, Golden on the garden wall. It icaUcth all life s moments glad. This is the love, my bonnic lad. My wee bit lad, 1 bear...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 29 September 1887

--- ft ,- " - , -A - . Rr v - ,.-. .-c j ,-- v - ---'V S-, - & OMttHiBBi Ml Facts Which Cannot be Disputed by Anyone .i . - HAZL ETT & CO ' j JLJii -Are now reatjy to show you an entire new stock of fall Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, and &ents? Furnishing Goods, jfr TT hGs ; 4- We can show you an assortment of goods fully equal and probably superior to anything of the kind you have yet seen, and the uniform scale of low prices, which we put upon every article in our stock, will be a convincing argument in favor of making your purchases right here of us. But, much as we would like it, we cannot bring our bargains to you. They are here waiting for you the best that money, oare and experience can purchase and we think it is not expecting much of the people of this community when we simply ask for a fair trial. A careful man will see it is well worth his while to look over our new and seasonable stock. We ask you to make a comparison in all departments. We have c...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 29 September 1887

''" '-T& . S-9 rf? i s ,-- - V ' r& t r if iJtiuJtinrfliin r -' - r -, - lT , rnn i, , , H. FAULKNER & CO. ,? JSTEW GOOD 3NTEWr GOOD b W' iJ Our two large stores are now filled with new goods for the fall trade iu VWi wa WM.V waaaw KJ AJLJLijjj. v-fi is.ww wvvaa ill u. vju. i m;a vi " v v.juuuvw.j WOUCVC1 U C7JLU.E. 7 iJUUL VSCAJ. J3UVSVX. so low, therefore this fall we have bought much heavier than usual. V B fa Q 9 We Have $15,000 W s orth f TYLXSH SUIT Just Eeceived for the Fall and Winter Trade, jtf 1MBMT- Fl Ol Ml M AHTUFAGTUIBISRS. D M(t U eSej No body wlio needs clothing CAN AFFGKD TO PASS US THIS FALL, For Our Stock Equals any two in the city. M ae lor COiBlltlOD, ft Bo it lecopize ki ESzi Everybody concedes that we are Headquarters for Clothing in Dickinson county, and this fall we propose to create a new era in the Clothing Business, and sell suits to correspond with our corn crop. Every man and boy who needs clothing this fall should see our Immense Stock, and...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 29 September 1887

njk-n-"'; -'.' vjw "jv''vr'. - .r - --twj --..-t-A - s. SrA-?-r?fc. -i-w, ...v-c--.. x - -v- - e ffV . T ' it y- - - -"V! ,1? ' - V jfaould be accompanied b.rtho name of tuior: not necessanlc for publication, bui isaneviaence of good faith on the part at aio writer. rite only en one side of tea paper. Bo particularly careful In eivJps it&mcs and dates to have tlio iotters and 2? brut slcln and ifztlrjit. Adventures of Tad OB THE IAPS m MISHAPS OF A LOST SACKEL A Story for Young and OldL BY FRANK H. CONVERSE, Armoit or "Peppeh adams," "Blows Out to Sea," "Paul Graftox," Era Ccpyriohltd, KS5, by D. Lothrop & Co., PuV.Uhtd lff Special Arrangement. and CHAPTER XIL cosmruED. . For one brief moment Deacon Whit ney gazed at Joe's grotesque garb in silent horror. And then, with a stride which brought hi in within reach, he seized the red man's ear with consider able emphasis. "The flower of the tribe will just stop this tomfoolery, an' march along homo with the avenger," remarked th...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 29 September 1887

-tf' R i i 1 i 'A' PIRATE BLACKBEARD. Career of One of the Most Cruel Buc caneer of the Last Century. In Blackboard" we have a. real, ranting, raging, roaring pirate per se one who really did bury Meas ure, who made more than one captain walk the plank, and who committed more private murders than he could number on the lingers of both hands; one who fills, and will continue to fill, the place to which he has been assigned for generations, and who may be de pended upon to hold his place in the confidence of .othcis for generations to come. Captain Teach was a Bristol man torn, and learned his trade on board of sundry privateers in tbo East Indies during the old French war that of 1702 and a better apprenticeship could no man serve- At last, somewhere about the latter part of the year 1716, a privateering captain, one Benjamin Hornigold, raised him from the ranks and put him in command of a sloop a lately captured prize and Blackboard's fortune was made. It was a very slight step, and...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 29 September 1887

.-v ? r - - i. - 4' t ' i wmm - ft . - -.--- A 4t . i v 4 MU An eastern Republican paper sug gests Simon Cameron for President and Hannibal Hamlin for Vice-President, adding "they are old, but tough." ortant Announcement!: An rJL.-l.JL J- kj "The man who winked at a Federal juror in this city,5' says the San Fran cisco Alia "will be taught later on that justice does not run a soda-water fountai:1. The Xew York Tribune says: "The material progress of the South in the last seven or eight years has been re markable." This is just about the length of time the southern states have enjoyed home rule under Demo cratic governments. He who accumulates wealth as a means to useful ends, is like one who industriously builds a mound under him; he who amasses it as a mere end in itself, heaps the mound over himself. The act of the one is real elevation: the success of the other is mere sepul ture. Ex. The vision of "a mountain of iron and a valley of coal" has induced an iron aad steel company of...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 6 October 1887

" f -' r LS F-fcrr T v-j? J v. v rv f'- - T& - jL i " -. -- " f - -' JT . " i ; jysuztL ,"v W s . X - 1, f L K5 -CL . j ft i at -ft ? -" p V- j OBiBBBBaBBaaaaiHBmBBaHHBBaMaBBHBaBaEBHnBBBBaaBBnHiB.irviiBHHiBBniBiHHBBMnHM -1 T -r -r- I n rj A mLMv ft K ft r i i ft ; U rf . uukkw V m y X : "VOL. 5. Announcement "EX Ready-Made We have now on our counters all the latest novelties, which are first class in every respect. "We only carry such goods as will give our customers value received. We are fully prepared to carry out our part of this undertaking, and all you need to do to prove that we mean business is to drop in any day and let us convince you with goods and figures that this statement is backed by solid facts. In order to accomplish our aim and make it interesting to buyers with limited means, we haye cut prices within their reach. OVERCOATS! OVERCOATS! We have on our counters all new, and the best quality that can be bought ' $10,000.00 worth of overcoats, which are going to ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 6 October 1887

"'. ' T " . ?."c --- v i-?. X .. -iC ? - . ci- -"' - x - i' HT"i- oorcrauncunons Tor ttus pspn jt.u i.u. uu -eeoiepunie-i n,- xno a-iiie or ui. tul.or: cot necessarily fer r-ablicatlon. bu u an cvia ?p.te of good faith on the part cC :ae wriier. vmie omy rn jne eiac aiiss paper. Be narticularly careful In piviKi? iaras and dates to have tbo .otteri acd 3 5-ruAz.lntn 'ird 0'tuuj- "I SAY WHAT I THINK." "I cfty whs. I tlitnlc," says tlio valiant man, "VViJh a voice and a look of daring. Determined to act on a selfish plan, And Icr nobody's comfort caring ! siy what I think;" aad at every chance This impulse of his obeying. Tis plain to be seen at a single glance lie doesn't think wast he's saying. O, many an orro-c trill reach the heart For which it was never intended. If a careless marksman winp-s the dart, And the hurt can never be mended; And many a friendship may he lost, And many a love-link broken .Because of neglect to count the cost Of -words taut are lightly spoken. "'I say wh...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 6 October 1887

-. - r '. '? ". -s. h t ft 1! X" - ;- V fe. THE IDEAL EOILER. .An Invpnllon Tint Must i:jTn1ntlonIza ," . IIm-Cost of ?Jotur-Iowcr. An in3ntion i ruinon'iced v.hich, if the accounts given of it are frco from any very rros cr'icreration, mn?S work a revolution in th-; app'icnbility aniHn the cost of m-ch.iMir.-iI motor poSveT. The investor :i en tint he ran reduce the ordinary demaml for boiler space by no c- than 96 it cent.! The method proposed i- the -nb-titution nf :!..ill eomwr Iidiier.for the hirire iron iwilers nov in use.., A cylinder of copper, or iiiteen inuiivb 1:1 uiaiuuieL ami twenty inches lonjr, has a hemi spherical cud. in which are placed loose i)iece5 of broken copper. At tho . !, .. .i:.......trM opposite end of the vcs"l two pipe? arc- j introiiiiced one to lead in tne water, and ," tkn.nfhRl- tn lK: orr Inc. SlOfltll. Through tne iirst pipe the' wfctur :i forced ao'as Jo spread in a fine spray over Paid. the broken copper, '.vaich. it 1; immediately converts it i...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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