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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 25 December 1884

f"C . -"" "W . s, - B. F. BTJSSEL & SOXS, FIT COLLARS ARD WARRANT THEM NOT TO GALL. SEE THEIR NEW SLIP TUG HARNESS. SOUTH SIDE. ABILENE, KANSAS. NOTICE. The Reflector will not issue a pa per next week. We are sure our read ers, while missing the paper as a matter of course, 'will not object to giving us so short a rest from business. The of fice will be kept open all the time, how ever, and all orders for job work will receive prompt attention. And those of our subscribers who wish to leave a little of the "root of all evil" with us will have no obstacles put in their way. "We now take pleasure in heartily and sincerely wishing our patrons ami friends "A Merry Christmas and A Happy New Year." We also hope that the winds may be tempered to our ene mies. LOCAL AND OTHERWISE, Christmas ! The Chronicle and Gazette will not be issued next week. Masonic banquet at the Henry House Friday evening. Miss Mary "Wilder is spending the holidays at her home in Lawrence. Subscribe for the Refl...

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. — 25 December 1884

iV ff ya -V XfjST- 11 r f5 aaaaneaHBaaBHCBM HK 14 CJ"Any person who takes tno paper reyu ixrly from the post-office, whether directed to ills came or whether be is a subscriber or not, is responsible for the pay. The courts have decided that refusing1 tfi iako newspapers from the post-office, orre ViOYiBg and leaving them uncalled for, is flurlma facie evidence of kothtioxai. trash THE HOME-COMING. "Wo now are wed. Come from the church Straight to our home beside the sea, Bend low thy head, enter the porch; Thrice welcome home! Gille Machree. "Shy ldngdoin'8 here, light of my heart! My own dear love, sit down by me; Hours, days and years ere we may. part, Or leave this home, Gille Machree. "We are not rich; our vast estates Comprise this cot beside the sea, .And what few fish by tide or fate Get in my nets, Gille Machree. We are not poor, no, no, my sweet! For wealth untold I pain with thee; Gold can not buy the glance I meet In thy shy eyes, Gille ilachree! !This hearth's our own, ...

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. — 25 December 1884

-r i- "V ' '-. - i- 'jr""" "" TO HEAD OEJ? CHOLERA, Conf9ronce of Board of Health Delegates in Washington. Textoftho BUI to Bo Submitted to Con gress and Urged for Immediate Passage After the Holi day Iteccsa. Et. Ionisr Mo., December 19. Dr. J. C. Ilearne, of Haunibs!, Secre tary of the Missouri State Board of Health, returned yesterday from "Wash ington, where he has been in conference with the Secretaries of the State and municipal Boards of Health. There were present at the Conference about sixty delegates, representing the different States and municipalities. Hon. Erastus Brooks, of .New York, was elected Presi dent of the Conference and Dr. 3IcCor msrek, of Kentucky, Secretary. The cholera question was discussed at the Conference, and a committee appoint ed to draft a bill. The bill was llrst pre sented Saturday night. A copy of it is here given, 'i'lie Board of Health Secre taries fioai the several States called on the Senators and Representatives of their States, and urged t...

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. — 25 December 1884

5Pr Tazr V v.. it6 j ? .? ! PC I ' r m V U h It 5 r i 'U ft : i,U i f i i K t - $ m .r E ii r r l SCDr r t t ji ft 1 i. 1 m ' H-mJuu. fflUKATIOIAL GOLUMH. EDITED BY JD. D. HORNADAY, Comity Supt p"or the better advancement of the ed uastional affairs of this County we this wlek take charge of a column where in tin future, all those who are interested, Wfl find all matter pertaining to public 6c$obl "We will endeavor io make it as in lerestinp: and progressive as our limited til le will permit Under its heading will be it msojf interest to school boards, teach er jjjatrons, and pupils, and we ask con tri jutioos from all those who wish to see thl standard of our school system im privecLand benefitted. AH articles in tjdedifor this column should be sentln not later than Monday, and addressed to Djt D..HorDaday, Abilene, Kans. COMPETENT TEACHEES. fciJ beyond question that the effici- cyrbf our public schools in this County epds in the last analysis upon the com- ency of the teacher. isc...

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. — 8 January 1885

C 't -i f rrr -. --. ' T Ucu-'O THE XJLX-Li Wi ' X a "VOL. 2. -AJBILEjSTE, rIOKII3SrSOIS3" COUNTY, KANSAS, JAN. S 1885, NO. SI. I --. ...--...- fiJffiffiiB DOTTrT U 1 ili JMMiiM3MMMSJ5B l II II lil'ili I Ml. U J i fc s Mil ITT The finest portion of the finest State in the finest country in the world. Land is so fertile that it needs only to be tickled by the hoe to laugh with a harvest. In possibilities a State in itself. Destined to be a material. polit ical and social leader among the counties of a great State. With an active, energetic, in telligent population, With unexcelled church school privileges. and With her agricultural resources unlimited. And wiih a soil and climate finely adapted to stock rais ing and fruit growing. Dickinson county offers an in viting home to all desirable people, no matter from where they come. The history of .Dickinson comity is not fraught with any great romantic in terest. It is not so many years ago a man born in the oO's can remember wnen tins p...

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. — 8 January 1885

A ABILEM REFLECTOR PUBLISHED EVERY THUESDAT BY STKOTHEE BEOS, CURRENT COMMENT. Colonel John- 3L Fkye, the father of United States Senator Frye, died re cently. Five feet of snow fell in one storm in Oregon recently, an unprecedented fall for that region. r Serious trouble -was feared between the Christian and pagan Indians on the Onondaga reservation. Lorsis Kossuth, though not dead as recently reported, was very seriously ill and his recovery was doubtful. A Venezuelan gold mine is said, to have yielded one million eight hundred and fifty thousand dollars to its Ameri can owners in the last six months. The South American Trade Commis sion sailed on the 1st from Sew Orleans for Havana, whence they will go to Venezuela, Colombia and the Central American States. Steamship racing across the Atlantic continues, and the "Oregon" has again lowered the record six days, six hours and fifty-two minutes between New York and Queenstown. The total railway mileage in Texas on the first of Decemb...

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. — 8 January 1885

v 'h 1 . L i L. ? I F ;w vv ABILEKE EEFLECTOR PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY STROTHEE BROS. FRITZ'S COURTSHIP. lo r a Kocltation In Costume. ""Taw; yust T vsis von happy mans, I laufc'h mine self to bits Mino vife she vunts ve caMt him Hans, I dinks ve caldt Iiim Fritz. Dot vas our papyl F-r-i-t-z dot vns.speWt Dot vas m!m; name you sec v e-n I vas younk mult rot no peldt, llung-dondt jot lore vor me. Dot vas mine vater-in-lawJ "Von tr.y I po to look npoud, " To hiindL-ne voru bluce; I meeUt von fm-Jlein valkin oud Dot hot a lirctty vace. Dot vas Kntrinal I ston tnidt her to lalk ubid. She loofk at me ilin vay Den I hire oud her vater mid To help him maskc do hay. Dot vas pizncss! Kctrina she vas vork mid me, She abroad de day I cudt, Undt veil I slob to iootrk at he Her :cheek srot redt like bludt. Dot va pa.4Iivulnes! Ve valk oud ven de moon vas schinc, Ve see loe -dar- apove; I dakes her leedle handt in mine, She loo;jk mid me vit lofe. Dot vas vlirtations! J h obits her rai.t, I do...

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. — 8 January 1885

' '- t.' '" - ' CONTINUED FROM FIRST PAGE. d sts built a handsome structure on F.ictory street. The physicians of the town are Drs. Upshaw and I3rooks who have been here for some time and Dr. Broadfoot win came from Ontario in 1884. AVe should not forget that" in 1882 Hoffman & Son erected large elevators on the outskirts of the city and are do ii.g a large business. V.' II McDowell started in the drug business in the fall of 1SS3 and has an immense trade. The fly of Enterprise was improving ho rapiuiy and business and trade grow ing so extensive that a bank was need ed and in the summer of 1883 The En terprise 3ank was established with a capital stock of $50,000 and llenry "Warner as cashier. The town is at present supplied with 0 dry goods and grocery stores, 2 hard ware and implement stores, 2 drug stores. 1 jeweler shop, 1 tonsorial artist, '2 blacksmith shops, 1 dentist, 2 livery rotables, 2 harness shops, 2 restaurants, 3 lumiMT yards. The Commercial Hotel was erected in t...

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. — 8 January 1885

'1 f. V. I wA H F h b which is surrounded by attractive grounds. He attributes his success to the quality of goods he handles, and to a one-price cash system. lie always manages to "get to "the front" and we hope that he may never lose that valua ble quality. SIMON ROTHSCHILD began business in Abilene in 1878 in company with his brother, Jake Roths child. In July, 18S0, Simon sold his interest in the business to his brother, and the September following began business for himself with a stock of about $2,800. He lias done a careful and growing business, until now his at tractive and well-displayed stock of Clothing and Gent's Furnishing Goods will average $8tt,O0O. lie has built up a solid business, and is now known as one of the substantial men of the city. Simon is wide-awake and public spiri ted, and tlie Reflector is glad to re cord his success. IJERRY I'.ROS. MERCANTILE CO. is the largest retail establishment in the state of Kansas. IJeginning busi ness in 1874 in a small frame ...

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. — 8 January 1885

V I J3S"AU comnsnnicaon for till papet should be accompanied by the name cf th author; not necessarily for publication, but ts an evidence of g-ooo faith on the part of &e trriter. Write only on one side of the p per. Be particularly careful in giving namrt and dates to kavs the letters and figurea ilai and dlsuaat. THE EYES OF LOVE. They tell us love is blind, but is it so? Is not Lore open-eyed and quick to boo Th hidden good that from all other cyea Deeply concealed may be? "What can he see in her?' one asks, dismayed. "fcmall, plain and poor, with not one bit of mind! TJrued to worldly ways, quiet in speech Surely, Lovo must be blind!" Another questions, laughing: "What can the. With all her gifts and countless graces, find 3u bun. so crave and plain a perfect clod? "Ah," archly, "Love ix blind!" 'See," sneers another, "how the mother bends More srravclv tender. smiliDirslowand kind, O'er tnat frail child most worthless of them all! Aye, truly. Love is blind!" So the- world ...

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. — 8 January 1885

"- -fcrfVte !f id m t I I MAKING PAPER PATTERNS. How "Women Vlio Live Away From the Center of Fashion arc Able to Cat Their Garments as Stylishly as Those In the Big Cities. One often heare of the severe fashions of "ye olden times;" of plain skirts and Ihniooc Tint in mntnrinl lint- cimnlrpnn. t , .. o "t L -.4- n structed, even for "the Sunday fccrt." and we can but look in astonishment to see the contrast a few years have brought about. Wondering how this great revolution had taken place, a re porter called on a large fashion-house to make inquiries. Having stated his ob ject, he was conducted to a suite of, rooms, each occupied by a number of pretty girls, all busily engaged in cut ting and folding papers. "When dresses became more elabo rate, people in moderate circumstances, little able to afford dressmakers' bills, and who yet wanted to keep up with the fashions of the day, were at a loss to know what to do, till the inventive genius of man came to the rescue with paper patte...

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. — 8 January 1885

jf - ABILENE'S BUSINESS DIRECTORY. .pviwiB Attorneys. J. B. Burton, S. A. Burroughs, J. H. Jtfahan, J. W. D. Pierce, Stambaugli & Hurd, -Southwortli & Moore, Kilgore & Smalley, J. P. Campbell, Jas. Culbertson, IV. P. Seeds, C. S. Crawford, C. C. Bitting, C.F.Mead. T.E.Dewey, J.C.Royer. Auctioneers. George Hoisington, Si Liggett, George -Mies. F. A. Smalley. ArcMtect "W. Vanscojclu Bakeries. D. W. Keller, Attrick & I fees, U. Guettler. Banks. Abilene, First National, Thos. Kirby. Barbers. Z. T.Bush, H. Hunter, G. Randolph, H. TJpdegraff. Billiards. O. D. Merrill, Henry House, F. Gibbons. Blacksmiths. . .,'..' Fisher & Croft, Como & Lashure, Lupee & Son, Jno.Luker, Levi Simmers. Boarding Houses. Mrs. II. McCollam, Carpenter House, Farmers' Home, J. Fields, V. Myers, C. Thrasher, Broadway House, P. Davis. Book Stores. T. E. Sewell, M. M. Bowman. Boots and Shoes. T. C. Mclnerney, L. II. Faulkner, G. "W.-C. Eohrer, G. W. Wright. Brickmakers. Joseph Brown, Nick...

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. — 22 January 1885

--' --.'- y , - v. 't ? "' I " " . Tr"ll" .W-- r irr :k V i1 A-RTT.TPNn DICEZIISrSOlSr COTTjSTTY, K-A.rSA.S5 JAJsT. 22, 18S5. 3STO. 23, "VOL. S- '-1 - -" " ' " ill3l JT -JoEL." n i O . P. EAILBOAI) TIME TABLE. COIXO -WTST. Hftzleton, (Chapman,)... ABlL?Ef Solomon, 4:07 a. m. t 3.-09 p. m. '431 " t 351 " 6:00 " 3:55 6:50 3:49 ' GOING EAiT. 11:50 " 10:20 " :12:H p.m. 9-.50 " '1232 " '10-.55 12:42 " '11:11 Solomon,... Abilene,. . Detroit,.... Hazleton,... Refxkzsces CI stoD on signal: ft) do not Eton: (:) stop 17 minutes lor meals. Local freight trains carry passengers on per mits of station agents. W. X. Hendricks Is agent at&bilene. DIRECTORY. BTATE OFTICKRS. Governor, John A. Martin. Lieut.-Gov.. A. P. Riddle. Sec'y of 3tate, E. R. Allen. Andltor of State, E. P. McCatoe. Treasurer, Saml T. Ilowe. Attorney-General, S. B. Bradford, Sunt. Public Instruction, J. H. Lawhead. Chief Justice Supreme Court, A. H. Ilorton. . . t .. ,o r, JD. il. Valentine. Associate JusUces S. C, w K John...

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. — 22 January 1885

'SC'Z' '--v?!?? KTS&GBi&rf "aBSsJJ-rsf:? T-T "'V " n o? GOYEEKOE'S message. Govemcr Jchn A. IIartin'3 Re view of Stato Affairs. State- rinsaccs I'ui-ZIc Institutions Our Schools State 'School Land Kaa- eai KallroacS antl Oilier 3Iat- tcra or General Iu- tcrrst. irnr.ouccTonr. To the Senntc and House of Keprcsontctives: Before the I.ejrl'-lature aj-ain assembles in regular ses3ion, Kans; will have completed j bo? first -inarterol nccniuryasaSt-iicinthCi Union. Admitted oa the rrJih day of Jauu-1 ar. 1B61. just on the outbreak of the most I vitai anu trwnei'uous connict the world has ever known, the liisUirr of "va-isus afford'- a siffnal and illustrious examtjle of the -rrov-th and devc-!opmr-nt of an American Common- wcaitn can orra increased to b.htv-tiro. and the nonuiar'on of tho State, then but little in excess of 1K.- Oft,ls now fully l,v.7J,iOt. Then only i'rJAGi aercs ex its vs.st area of productive so'l wero under cu'tiation, and the leading crop jiro- duct of the St...

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 January 1885

;-,i- . k ' ' "C it -,- 5TV-; - . ft w & n i: 1 TERPSIGllOREAN REVELS. Mr. IIomMpna Rends the Newspaper Ac count amtl Ills Family Make Their Com ments. "I declare, mother!" exclaimed -Mr. Homespun, looking over his newspaper, "they had quite a time down to the hall last night.' "Well, what kind of a time was it?" replied Mrs. IL "I knowed soraethiu' or other was pin' on thee. The Sprig gin? gals had their hair done up in pa pers all day yesterday, and I seen 'em goin" down town last night, all rigged out in their Sunday best, and smellen" like a 'jiothecary shop. And there was a crowd 'round "the hall all day, and they was carryin' in boxes and barrels by the cartloads. What does the paper say, father?" "Where was that now?" said Mr. Homespun, turning the paper over and over in his search. "O! here it i: Terpsichorerln Revels wonder what in thunder that is!" "Xever mind, father. It sounds kinder nice. It'll tell, probably, pretty soon." Homespun legnn again: " 'Teri sichorean ll...

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 January 1885

"- ."J " T .11- 'jrtll'Jtvf f- - C ? --r r- - T i Abilene Keflector. Thursday, Jan. 22,1885. S UBTXOTHER. S. K. ETHOTnEK. STEOTHER BROTHERS JZHlort and I'uhlithcrs. Our new Governor recommends that a Pardoning Board be established, so that he may be relieved from the re sponsibility of granting pardons. "We are afraid that 31r. Maktix's backbone is aittle weak. He should borrow a section of Geoiige "W. Click's verte bral column. A Pardoning Board would be an unnecessary extravagance. It is not needed. Mr. Maktkn should face the music and do his duty. In about the same spirit of unanimi ty the democrats of Missouri and the republicans of .Kansas will return Sen ators Vest and Ixgalls to the Senate. Xew York republicans, after a warm contest, have decided to make a Senator of that lean and hungry statesman, Wai. M. Evakts. In Colorado, the contest was bitter and venal, and ex Secretary Teller won. The Illinois fight is still on, and the "Sucker" capi tal may be expected to furnish muc...

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 January 1885

" if Y 1 n A V u i i 'W w i, .si I R. F. RUSSEL & SONS, FIT COLLARS AND WARRANT TIIEM NOT TO GALL. SEE THEIR NEW SLIP TUG HARNESS. SOUTH IDE. ABILENE, KANSAS. LOCAL AND OTHERWISE. Fay Templetoii continues to grow in the hearts of Kansas people. Meek, Hughes & Co. have moved in to theirnew building fronting on second and third streets. Our United Brethren friends are holding an interesting revival in their church on the south side. Services in Haptbt church even evening of this week except Friday anil Saturday. Everyone will be welcome to these services. Fay Templeton to-night at the Opera House in 'LaBelle Coquette." Charm ing Fay will be greeted by a large and fashionable audience. J. 3i. Case has ceiled and painted his double store room and otherwise im proved it. J. I J. is nothing if not ener getic and progressive. Attention ! clerks and business men, take your supper next Friday evening at the Baptist church. Oysters, stewed and fried, cold meats, ice cream and cake. Th...

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 January 1885

:.?,;.- ? - v;- v 4- i -- ', ,r..j . t - - .., r H" - --S,"" ' V--1 T . ' AB1LEBE EEFLECTOB PUBLISHED EVEBY THURSDAY BX STBOTHES BROS. CURRENT COM32ENT. A silver half dollaiyis the only ad mission ticket recojiized at 'the New Orleans Exposition. The American steam 'brake is nev an use upon nerrly all the railways -of loth England, and France. General. Dkcsc says tat during the last five years 1L901 soldiers have de serted f rom the regular-army, or cearly every other man. P. T. Bakstjm, the showman, ras offered General Grant $100,000 for his trophies -and testimonials for &e j pur pose of exhibition. SuBSCRrrnoxs tor the "Bart&oldi pedestal fund were being taken ip. Ber lin. Each subscription wae lim ited to one dollaT, and the list of -subscribers Taras said to be a Jons: one. Advices from Buenos Ap.-es state that the 'Government is seeking to overcome the financial crisis 1 jy decree ing aSorced -currency for tw o years in Savor of the National BarJk. Ak electrical instru...

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 January 1885

r ?l9T & '?" 1 1s iv H I b ; in t L- V 4 ki4, 1 X4 AB1LEHE REFLECTOR PUBLISHED EVEBY THURSDAY BY BTROTHEE BROS GIVE?! Ar!D TAKEN. Smoothing soft tlic nestling head Of a maiden lancy-itsl. Thus the grave-eyed woman said: JUchet pifts arc thor- -.re raahe, Dearer limn the love ire take That ve g-ive for love's own t,al:c. "Well I know the heart's unror; 31ine has t.ecn the commoir in3t To be loved am therefore blest. "Favors undeserved were mine; At :ny feet a on a shrine Love has laid its Kilts divine. "Sweet the offerings fccined. and yet With their Mic'ctnc.ic-Hine regret. And a sense or unpaid debt. "Heart of mine un:itisSod, Was it vanity or pride That a dee;,er joy denied? "Hands tlint ope but to rocoivc, Emiitj- close; thy only hvo lticaly who can richly pivc. "Still." she sK'hed, with moisten!: "Love 1- s-wcel m any guise; But its bot is saerillce: "He who, giving, does nit crave, Life's t is to Him who save Life iteeir the loved to save. eyes, "Love thalsoif-rorjretful gi...

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 January 1885

4.-f"zt-l -Jl '."S-Vjrv V --vW - j at V- -- If r- D. T. andN. D. "Tor every 25c worth of Clears bought at D. T. &X. D.,TrePKESEXTyou with a ticket which entitles you to one chance In jd'huy's fkee $15. Silver Watch Drawing BEAD WHAT FOLLOWS: This Is to certify that we the undersigned have each drawn one of the above mentioned Watches and have found them to be solid silver, genuine American levers, and excellent time keepers. W. H. Doikh, Abilene 7 an D. McCot, " Penmanship H. S. Humfield. Physiology in Country School J. K Engle. Committee on Music Miss Lena Unkefer, T. A. Unkefer and Frank J. Price. Everybody invited and please come earlv. Berry Bros. Mercantile Company's Thos. McDowell, J. B. Shields, Win. Kyle, D. E. Conner, W. Moses, D. D. Stroup, F. P. Traster, Wm. Shicht, S. M. Lesher, J. TV. Mitchell A Short Story and George Mayes are among the live workers in the schools of South Dickinson. '- i Jfcv EMCATMAL COLUMN EDITED BY D. D. HOBHADAY, County Supt I 1 o THAT HACKING...

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