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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 2 May 1889

-fA?.r'-v - - -. - -r t s ;-? V '"" 'jr 1 "", - """v' - U V ? C T , i t- AB1LENE ftEFLBCTOB -PUBLISHED BY immrn publishing company. LITTLE HAND. -Clasp mine closer, little dear white hand clasp mine lastly, till it grows so cold All your tender pressures will be vain To awake an answ'rinjj touch again, Till It lieth underneath the mold. I remember how I saw you first, Little hand Against the cottage wall Grew a spray of honeysuckle, till It had reached and touched your lattice sill, And there, saucily, It seemed to call For your touch to recompense its toiL O, I thought the spray was very bold? 'Twixt the silken curtains soft you crept, Little hand, and all my heart upleapt As you plucked that long, pale spray of gold. I remember how I kissed you first. It was underneath the stars of Jane. On that day whose mem'ry lingers sweet, You were lying on the old stone seat, "Wrought to marble purecess by the moon. Cold as marble till I clasped you close. And those little fingers soltly kist...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 2 May 1889

If"' 'F 'VV? V" I "r'.-T'T '-;? j-"- '-$--' ""i-yiv ZuA'. "?' " KTsSsi-ir? - - r -' - - ' - - -, t- X :$.. fi! V V " - rf I. k lb' t-r ' i PL S lire Medcr. THUBSDAY, MAY 2, 1889. EECENT EEFLECTIONS. If you're waking, call me early, call me early, mother dear, Tomorrow twenty-three of us to the picnic ground will steer And as wo reach the pie, mother, I'll say my little say. For I'm to be queen o' the May, mother, I'm to be queen o' JIay. &The Herington creamery receives 10,000 pounds of milk daily. igTne new Presbyterian church at Manchester was dedicated last Sunday by Eev. Steed, of Belleville. Gasoline stoves and cans, best and cheapest in the city, at Shockey & Snider's. eS"If you don't want poor Fido shot by the cruel marshal step up to the city clerk's office and pay for a license. JGS?Kausas City Times: Abilene is a stronger prohibition town than ever since that immense vein of pure clear water was struck the other day. All kind of field and garden seeds, fresh and wa...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 9 May 1889

- ' --' J. -r -?' :,. : V- Ls " tojb j pilmu Ifeekli) MM0I v ,'fej.j"- . X VOL. VI. ABILENE, DICKINSON COUNTY, KANSAS, MAY 9, 1889. NO. 37. v r yi-O- rUtJsinsi, r - V s r . LL m. , SlOO.OOO-To Loan $100,000. One hundred thousand dollars to loan at lowest rates on farm property. Fry, IIoyer & Co., 14-tf Citizens Bank building. 5100,000 TO LOAN. "We have $100,000 to loan on farjj and city property at the lowest rates. Loans closed promptly. No delay. Abilene Investoent Co., Hear room First Nat. Bank Sire lUHtdox. THURSDAY, MAY 9, J 889. Official 1'apcr of liickinxon County. Oflicittl 1'upcr of the City of Abilene. 3 per ot. With a commission or EIOHT per cent Straight. Money paid when papcre arc signed HILANU SOUTHWOBTH. K. E. SEEDS, Loans and Insurance, fSMoncy loaned on improted farm property at C per cent. andC J percent, interest with email commission, or 8 per cent, straight. Aloncy loaned on business and resident prop erty ata very low rate of Interest. H. E. SEEDS t57Ofllce...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 9 May 1889

f. , , --w 14 V -jm ayg s." ..- '- t' J& " ' 1- r " p? ' ABILENE REFLECTOR -rCBLISIIED BT- BFLF.CT08 PUBLISHING COMET. CURRENT COMMENT. W. D. Matthews & Co.'s large malt .house, X-eroy, 2s. Y., was de stroyed by fire the other day. Loss, $200,000. TnE Catholic Congress at Madrid unanimously adopted a resolution de manding the restoration of the tem poral power oi the Pope. Chief of Police Hubbahd, of Chi cago, after a consultation with Mayor Cregier, has issued strict orders to his captains and men to enforce the va grancy laws against gamblers and pre vent the opening of dens. It is probable that the United States steamer Brooklyn, now at New York, will be condemned. She has been placed out of commission and a board is now at work making an ex amination of her hull and machinery. A special from Deming, N. M., Eays: Frank Cady, who had charge of the San Simon Cattle Company's ranch at Deer creek, six miles from the Mexi can line, was shot through both legs and then put on a ...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 9 May 1889

-V ' C mSx . sfcjki a ,?: :?VJT i- v2 5F V l-r r - V' v - - -y- Jw V r (: - T ;A ABILENE REFLECTOB -runr.isnED bx- ON THE ROAD. The enterprising drummer comes "With grip and saiiple case; He very vigorously drums Each calm bucolic place. He meets the merchsntat his door And buttonholes him straight. And funny stories by the score Be, smiling, doth reLite. The merchant's children, with a smile, He chncketh'neath the chin; The merchant, too. he doth beguile 'With beer and eke with gin. He fllrteth with the merchant's wife And with his daughter coy: He gives a shoddy pocket knife Unto the merchant's boy. He takes the merchant out to drive O'er muddy rural rosds. And with cigars at "three forSve' The merchant's pockets loads. In manner very rash and brash Expenditures he guides. He spendeth bis employer's cash, Likewise his own besides. And then he learns foh hapless fate ! He can't express his. pique) The merchant will the drummer trait Who comes along next week. America. BUINEDBY SUCC...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 9 May 1889

-v - -i-f - --- --n ar, . - -v; - ip"555--w :--j"fv- a-'-5!i5 Sotstx-3-' - y - - j- - '. r - . T- e.-v.Jj Vfp" lifSP t r r s ES 1 Hie Iitfedo. THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1889. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. ft Selector HMMdai Conpy. JOHN J. COOPER, President. O. L. MOORE. Vice President. RICHARD WARING, Secretary A. W. BICE. Treasurer. JOHN J. COOPER, A. W. RICE, O. L. MOORE. B. P. NELSON. C.M.HARGER, H. W. WILSON, RICHARD WARING. RiCHABD Waring, Business Manager. ADVERTISING BATES. lwlm3mHim ly e column c-half column. Ose-fourth column. Onc-ciffhth column. One inch f3 5 218 13 8 4 835 60 35 J135 20 20 12 8 4 3 12 8 4 12 6 SUBSCRIPTION RATES. gneyear . - - 21 50 Bz months Three months Again Selected. The council of the city of Abilene at its meeting last night again honored the Beflector by choosing it as the official paper of the city. Although there were two other bids for the honor, the council wisely selected the Reflector, not only because it has a circulation more than thri...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 9 May 1889

-TS , i i.-v t IS ' j cT 7 ,-- - , T -, R " , JT' V -' - j V - " " J' ,T T- r .. - -r- t V i; i. Have your prescriptions compounded at John M. Gleissner's Drug store, east side of Broadway, cor. 3d st. 39-ly Ifje Reflector, THUESDAY, MAY 9, 1889. RECENT REFLECTIONS. JMancbester and Herington are talking of organizing brass bands; and yet those communities expect Provi dence to smile on them this year. TThe county superintendent's office has a new set of record books of the school interests of the county, one of the most complete sets in the state. jy-John May, of Hope, has been ap pointed deputy sheriff. Mr. May will make a first-class officer and wrong doers will see the error of their ways in his hands. J-Dillon is a "deserted village" indeed. The large double store build ing erected three years ago is being taken down and reduced to its primi tive form lumber. JSS?The seven months old child of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Andrews living at Elmo, died yesterday of inflammation of the brain ...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 9 May 1889

. f" -.-r' 51 tr. '-; -V -, .. t ?-j , t M fX' i'' K , re K R. GDAitDED BY THE LOEJ). An Appropriate Centennial course by Dr. Talmagre. DIS- Oar Country Guarded By the Divine Hosts Struggles of the Thirteen Colonies Other rerlls Safely Passed A Bright Future. At the Brooklyn Tabernacle on the Sun day before the centennial of the inaugu ration of George "Washington as President of the United States, Dr. Talmage preached a sermon appropriate to the approaching- anniversary. The test was from 2 Kings vL 17: "And the Lord opened the eyes of the young man; and he saw; and, iebo!d, the mountain was fall of horses and chariots of fire round about Elisha." Dr. Talmage said: As it cost England many regiments and U.00D,03J a year to keep safoly a trouble Eocis captive at St. Helena, so the King of Syria nends out a whole army to capture one minister of religion perhaps 50,030 wenVto take Elisha. Daring the night the army of Assyrians came around the vil lage of Dothan, where the prophet was f...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 9 May 1889

- i - - ' t - . t- J ' -i .-,v - -, V '" v- ,y-t '$r- . X V fc L? lr r. ilv I? 11 TEE GKEAT DAT. Colebration of the Washington Centennial at New York. A Great Crowd and aiagnlflcent Street Pageant President Harrison's Address Services at St. Paul's Church TJie Old Stales in Line. New Tons, May L The moment the centennial exercises at the sub-treasury began yesterday the military parade started up Broadway from Pine street on its triumphal march with General Scho field commanding. The parade was in three divisions, the first consisting of reg ular troops, cadets and a naval corps. The parade was led by Major-General J. 1L Schofield, accompanied by his staff and corps of aides. The right of the line was given to the "West Point cadets, 400 strong, who were followed by the regulars under Major-General Howard, and these constituted the first division. The second division consisted of State militia. Tbey marched in the order of admission of States to the Union, as follows: Delaware 750 m...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 9 May 1889

r " t - - ' r " yv phTv - ir ; . V ? Ik 14 efletfor. THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1889. 3Uilway Time Tables. JJ. P. B. B. OOIKO WEST. No.203-lfight Express 330a. m No. 201 Overland express 3-o P-m No.217-Freicnt i1;?? No. 211 Freight. 5.00 a. m OOIKO EAST. No. 202-Orerland Express l:2a- No. 204 Night Express r2-"7- No.21R-Frelght 19.:(la-5J No. 212 Freight 7:30p.m A..T. &S.F.B. R. Going North. Passenger Freight. Passenger... Freight. .. JrX a. m- ..ll.lOa.m. . 957 p. m. ... 3.-00 p. m. Golnc South. 8ALINA BRANCH. Going West. Passcnsrer, 8:00 a.m. 11:15 a. n. Freight.. .......... Returning to Ahllcne. Passenger , P- ? Frelcht 10:45 a.m. PassengeV trains ran dally. Freights dally ex cept Snnday. ROCK ISLAND R. B. Going West. Accommodation M-USS Passenger. ,S-S?5'5?' Passenger 12:05 P-m' Going East. Passenger s-mm Passenger k-mS'S' tccommodation....... ??.-: Passenger trains run daily. Accommodations daily except Snnday. EECENT EEFLECTIONS. Now with line and jug and hook, See the flsher by the...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 16 May 1889

. 5, i "X - v v j- z - - - - V- . r X k VOL. VI. ABILENE, DICKINSON COUNTY, KANSAS, MAY 16 , 1889. NO. 38. j-4 Y v p- JS ' . - ' a? 8100,000-To Loan-8100,000. One hundred thousand dollars to loan at lowest rates on farm property. Fry, Hoybk & Co., 14-tf Citizens Bank building. 8100,000 TO LOAN. We have $100,000 to loan on far jj and city property at the lowest rates. Loans closed promptly. No delay. Abilene Investment Co., Rear room First Xat. Bank 6 per ct. With a commission or EIGHT per cent Straight. Money raid when papers arc signed HILANDSOUTHWOBTH. H. E. SEEDS, Loans and insurance, jSMoney loaned on improved farm property at i; per cent, and 6!4 percent, interest with email commission, or 8 per cent, straight. Money loaned on buslnet-s nd resident proj crty at a cry low rate of interest. H. E. SEEDS- tSroftice comer Th'rd ana Broadwjy, over Gleissner's Drug Store. B. C. CRANSTON, Attorney at Law Room 1 Over Palace Drug Store. ABILENE, KANSAS. ABSTRACTS Made for all lands a...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 16 May 1889

4- -- 4 r V -- ' -V rr ri- " V' Kv. V &ETEOSPECTIYE. Or. Talmage on the Livinjr Over of Other Days. Tlie Value of Early Training Looking Backward on Life The Bright Days of Youth Sorrow Often Productive of Good Christian Comfort. In a recent sermon at Brooklyn on the subject ' Other Days Lived Orer,"Rev. T. DeWittTalmage took his text from Deuter onomy viii. 2: "Thou shalt remember all the way which the Lord thy God led thee." He said: .Before entering on my subject 1 wish to say that some newspaper correspondents, referring to a recent sermon in which I welcomed foreign nationalities to this country, Jinve said that I advocated as a desirable thing the intermarriage of the white and black races. I never said so I never thought so, and any one who so misrepresents that sermon is either a vil lain or a fool, perhaps both. But to open this morning's subject I have to say God in the text advises the people to look back upon their past his tory. It will do us all good to rehearse th...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 16 May 1889

"' - t-. -v M" "" 3 1 1 V K L - A KING IN EXILE. He Still Dresses Gorgeously, Thoneh Be Is a Monarch Without Subject. At the Government House receptions and on other gala occasions here, a short, thick-set negro is one of the most conspicuous persons on view, both because the newspapers of Europe and America have had much to say of him for over a year, and also on account of the extraordinary figure he cuts in his state costume. He wears an Ad miral's coat with immense bullion epaulettes, over a yellow plush vest with big green enamel buttons. The vest is cut very low, displaying a large area of immaculate linen. His jean trousers have broad stripes of blue and red, and black silk hose and a pair of gorgeous, flower-embroidered slippers cover his nether extremities. On his head he wears a broad-brimmed hat of African manufacture, something like a sombrero, and in the band are stuck at uniform distances five long ostrich feathers. In his ears are gold rings of unique design, and enci...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 16 May 1889

j7r-- - &r -u 53T-y NS. yf- V f J- ' J It: flje Mtfttttot. L O W I ALWAYS TO PRICES" h I if IF THUBSDAY, MAY 16, 1889. FOUND AT J. B. CASE'S lie Befleetor PnlsMi Company. JOHN J. COOPER, President. O. L. MOORE, Vice President. BICHABD WARING, Secretary A. W. BICE. Treasurer. Having now fully completed our purchases of Spring and Summer Goods, we invite all our many patrons and their friends to come in and convince themselves of the fact that we have the best and largest line of goods to select from ever displayed by any TWO HOUSES in Abilene, and at Prices that we Guarantee to be Lower than you will be able to obtain of our competitors. Come, examine our Goods and Prices and we feel confident that they will suit you. JOHN J. COOPER, A. W.RICE, O. L. MOOBE. B. P. NELSON. C.M.HARGER, H.W.WILSON, BICHABD WARING. Richard Wabing, Business Manager. '''' ?' ST BE J JL" V ADVERTISING BATES. lw 1m 3m 6m ' ly ne column EC-half column. fee-fourth column... ne-eighth column... One inch $18 ...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 16 May 1889

!S -W """'' -:, ': ; ':r .-wt 11'. -.- irti i" r' w l CLOTHING, HATS, AND FURNISHING GOODS! 1 J Sf? KBADQ1TARTERS TOWl CAPS L. H. FAULKNER A CO., The Old Reliable Clothiers, Are Leaving Their Competitors Far Behind this Spring. Their stock isd ouble anv in.he.,oifcy. and thqywilLsell jumMn.CE CHE AP.ER. Go and see for b- yourself where ti goods than all th fr-'fz ire selling' more mcfad: JS V The New York World, in speaking ofKanassayB: "She is a little over twenty-five years old, and more people have risen from poverty to affluence in that State than any other State in the Union. The poor old crawfishing Chronicle is worrying 'abdut the financial stand ing of its contemporaries. Such non sense in a sheet whoe paper shipments are garnisheed weekly to secure the 'payment of its editor's debts is enough to make men and gods weep. JQUARTERS. c CO. ASTONISHING! )0.'S Have received One Oa! :' Hosiery and One Bale of " 4 these goods at 33 1-3 per'c and will sell them at the sr : -THE PRIC...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 16 May 1889

r v j' I - O TO HEADQUARTERS FOR YOXJFt ViL I HATS, CAPS AND FDfflSHIG L. H. FAULKNER & CO., The Old Reliable Clothiers, Are Leaving Their Competitors Far Behind this Spring. ''BSsj CLOTMG, GOODS! X II. T a Their stock is double any in the city, and they will sell you MUCH CHEAPER. Go and see for yourself where to buy your SUMMER CLOTHING and you will be convinced that they are selling more goods than all their competitors combined. If you want to save money, go to HEADQUARTERS. Have received One Case of Prints, One Case of Boys' and Misses' Hosiery and One Bale of Unbleached Muslin. e have purchased these goods at 33 1-3 per cent, less than the usual "wholesale prices and will sell them at the same low figures. 2225 yards of regular 8c Prints in Spring and Lawn colors, PBICE 5CL 1254 yards Unbleached Muslin worth 9c per yard, "WILL O-O -A.T 70- 720 pairs Boys' and Misses Hosiery, new fast dye, French ribb, in black only, sizes to lit from ages 4 up to 12 years old. These goods ...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 16 May 1889

-' "'- Tr .-" -c - "; Vtsif - "$-'"T?' ' - -'t i C 'L" !rr"r J- ri ,r .-'. f tT . ABILENE REFLECTOR -PUBLISHED BY- ? BEFLF.CTM PUBLISBM COMPANY. GTJBRENT COMMENT. The new bridge over theRio Grande between Nino Larias and Laredo was opened May 6. The Italian Government refuses to surrender Villela and Benevinde, the murderers of Paymaster McClure, who are now under arrest in Italy. The Florissant (CoL) outlaws have "been captured. They gave their names as Jim Hunter and A. Floyd. A hitherto respected citizen named A. M. King, living eight miles north of Florissant, was implicated in the robbery. Sexatok Gorman says that the re port that he is to succeed the late W. ' H. Barnum as chairman of the Demo cratic General Committee is incorrect and that at the June meeting Calvin S. Brice will be unanimously chosen for that position. O. F. Chaitell, the Confederate soldier with whom General Roger Pryor left his horse when he went to the Yankee lines, has sworn to a long statement in which h...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 16 May 1889

V ' --"' L S ? i ii a ft w ABILENE REFLECT OR m ' ' ' ' ' -FDBUSHED BI- DEFLECTOR PUBLMHG COMPANY. MAKING UP. Was Jt ail & mistake ! Ah, fold your arms closer. Anil press 1117 head nearer your breast; For my brain has grown weary with thinking and vceping, Andmy sal heart iilongin? for rest. Was it all a mistake when within your dear hand You clasped mine with quickening fcrath And vowed before God that, forsaking all others. You would love me and keep me till death. Was it all a mistake? Is there any one dearer. For whom your man's heart cries aloud? Is there any sweet hope lying dead in your bc-cm. That your marriage vow hides like a shroud? Was it all a mistake when I thought I could cheer you. And brighten your pathway through life? Do ou aix-am 01 a xace mat is lairer than my late? Of a name you hold dearer than wife? Was it all a mistake? Are you longing for free dom? Ah. I pray that release may be near. That death's arms may take me and bear me to heaven. To await what wa...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 16 May 1889

,vvs-s"-n i ZHFk.-JT"f T TTVS , " . 'W.JfJ3L J8" . vSRS 1 -C -V r He Mtfttdn. THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1889. BECEflT EEFLECTIOHS. j-Abilene will have a balloon ascension on the Fourth of July. MTThe new Presbyterian church at Dillon will be dedicated May 29th. All kind of field and garden seeds, fresh and warranted to grow, at Shockey & Snider's. jKBThe fanners will be in town in full force the latter part of this week. The Quick Meal gasoline stove handled by Shockey & Snider for four years has never failed to give satisfac tion. 31-tf S?-Tbe croakers' organ, the News, is the laughing stock of the town be cause of its childish whine at the city council, so plainly prompted by jeal ousy and disappointment in regard to the city printing. The Eli riding plows at Shockey & Snider's. Farmers, look at them be fore purchasing. The Improved Buck eye churn sold by Shockey & Snider is a veritable boon to butter makers. It is unexcelled for butter-making, at Shockey & Snider's. J...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 23 May 1889

2w' .-5 ' ' - """ - . - "V VX HZn Ibiletw Itedeto X ABILENE, DICKINSON COUNTY, KANSAS, MAY 23, 1889. NO. 39. VOL. VI. i ftifctof. V U ' I? V LV r j.. 4 I ,v- y S100,000-To Loan $100,000. One hundred thousand dollars to loan at lowest rates.on farm property. FKY,H6YER&C0., 14-tf Citizens Bank building. $100,000 TO LOAN. "We have $100,000 to loan on farja and city property at the lowest rates. Loans closed promptly. No delay. Abilene Investment Co., "Rear room First Nat. Bank 6 per ct. With a commission or EIGHT per cent Straight. Money paid when papers an signed HILAND SOOTHWORTH. H. E. SEEDS, Loans and Insurance, rMoncy loaned on improed farm property at 0 per cent, and C4 percent, interest with small commission, or 8 per cent, straight. Money loaned on business and resident prop erty at a very low rate of Interest. H. E. SEEDS- TOfflce corner Third and Broadway, over Gleissner's Drug Store. B. C. CRANSTON, Attorney at Law Room 1 Over Palace Drug Store. ABILENE, KANSAS. Made for...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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