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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 29 January 1885

A 1 - t ( . fe" LECTOR. 'ts hf .A-BiuEirsrE, rioKiisrso3sr qottetttt, blajstsajs, jajst. 29; isss. "VOL. 2. 3STO. 24. WJL1 LctIzljL Am "v w w "S5 fl "Ek "7 'I 111 I 11 M Jd ILmN -Hi REF i hi. A- . t ..4 i 1 . h !, r SV I ' V U. P. BALLROAD TIME TABLE. GOING 17EST. Hsxleton, (Chapman,).... 4:07 a. m. t 3:09 p. m. Detroit, 41 " tia " jxii t uiuy 3J 3:49 Eolomon, 6:50 GOING EAST. Solomon, 11:50 ABILENE, . :12:H p 10:H) " m. 1W0 " ' M0-.55 " ' 11:11 Hazleton, 12:42 " Refekznces () stop on signal; (t) do not stop: o stop 17 minutes lor meals. Local freight trains cany passengers on per mits of etatlon agents. W. X. Hendricks Is agent a&Abllene. DIRECTORY. STATE offices?. Governor, John A. Martin. Lieut.-Gov.. A. P. Kiddle. 6k. of State, E. R. Allen. Andltor of f tatc, E. P. McCabe. Treasurer, Sam'l T. Howe. Attomcz-General, S. B. Bradford, Sunt. Public Instruction, .1. H. Lawhead. Ohlel Jutlce Supreme Court, A. H. Horton. Associate Justices S. C, J If. Jl. diciiuuc. i W. A. Johnson. ...

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 January 1885

-- & &iT5- - - --- s V - i jv , T & i. i ?-.. s. r V $ " -' 19v ft AB1LEM REFLECTOK PUBLISHED EVERY THUKSDAY BY BTEOTHEE BROS. CUBRENT COMMENT. ' South laws. Cakolixa has no divorce Ax Aberdeen physician describes a case of scarlet fever in a canary. Tiie newest craze is to collect all hinds and shapes of parlor lamps. The famous shell road of Xew Or leans is a boulevard of almost snowy whiteness, nearly two hundred feet in width and nine miles long. The deep salt well at Bay City, jtfich., completed to a depth of 2,550 feet, is expected to produce twent' threc pails of brine per minute. A young married woman of New York, who has bsen addicted to paint ing her lips as well as her cheeks and eyelashes, is now under medical treat ment to reduce the size of her lips, which have become "horribly enlarged'' by chemical poison. There is but one place in the United States where gun cotton is made. Until six montlis ago the navy was obliged to depend upon England for all the gun...

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 January 1885

"f A- vj '-3- r"v ." - -w - D f A u uHf r 11 I V , 12 'sw IT- ""W i ? $' ABILESE REFLECTOB PUBLISHED EVEIiY THURSDAY BY STBOTJEHTxl BROS. A COLLISION. Only a youth but lie stood out there In frjiito of the wind :unl the biting air That Hurj like a bee and cut lilco a knife And he really appeared a thing ol iilu. Only a thistle loud and shrill Which was excciitt-d with a will And teemed to exhau-t the oxygen "Which yjat gentle youth had stored 'within. Only a wind dw overhead Which opened ft and exposed a head That wai lmn;rod in front and curled behind, .As if to confine it- owner's inind. 'Only a jrirl but he clipped below To pa with the youth an hour or ?o, .And li-t to til- words or u love intense .And t-oine gusli, if it so pleased Providence. -Oily a ooot of dimensions fair. Hut it m-ide that Mveet youth or in air; And youth, and cane, and a pomade scout Laid there in one sad ruin blent. BULLFIGHT IN MEXICO. How the Brutal Sport is OHlcially Conducted. Two lirolcen Down, Itlind...

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 January 1885

-". al V . -.--, -i E- - If ". -. r .? -Srf' , .-ov " r- -, - - v rVi v . -; --v; . ' .- ; u h Abilene Eeelectoe. Thursday, Jan. 29? 1885. B L. aTT.Cn 11ER. S. K. ETEOTHEn. stbothebbrothees Editor and J'uhlMtem. The St. Jonx matter is still raging. Legate has published a long letter which exonerates St. John. The apos tle of prohibition yet stands unharmed and unsmirched, while his detractors are calling each other liars, scoundrels and other graceful English words. The appointment of Bev. A. B. Campbeli. as Adjutant-General of the State is very unsatisfactory to the sol dier boys. They do not like the idea of being commanded by such a "fat, oily man of God1' a personification of Dickens' Ciiadiuxd. But Mr. Mar tin was forced to appoint him or else break a promise. The United States government con tinues to mass troops against the Okla homa boomers. The Reflector; sym pathises with the settlers. The title of the land is undoubtedly vested in the United States, and war against the se...

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 January 1885

f: fc V't'urvj j .'".";- Ir - " ' -i,m : 4 - . y 4 i ( It & H"1 t h u R. F. RUSSEL & SOXS, FIT COLLARS AXD WARRANT THEM NOT TO GALL. SEE TIIEIR NEW SLIP TUG HARNESS. SOUTH SIDE. ABILENE, KANSAS. EB""Extra copies or the Reflector can be found at Seven's Book Store, at D'Huy'sXews and Tobacco stand and at this office. LOCAL AND OTHERWISeT Services in the Baptist church Friday evening of this week. ilrs. Harry Harris, of St. Louis, is visiting her lather, Dr. Rowers, in this city. Don't forget to go and hear Rarton's Mastodon Minstrel Co. at Case's Hall, Thursday, February 5th. No vulgarity. Oceans of fun. Admission 25 cents. The coal bills for the extremely cold month of January will make the cold shivers run all over a man and make him wish that he was a tropical heathen. Rarton's Mastodon Minstrel Co. will give one of their grand entertainments in Case's Hall, Thursday evening, Feb. 5th. Everybody invited. Admission 2b cents. The Reflectok was pleased to see Mr. A. G. Ruchan...

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 January 1885

2- ix- ;-;-. v.- PffAnj person who takes tiie paper rem larly from the post-office, whether directed tc itis name or whether he is & subscriber or not is responsible for tho pay. The courts have decided that refusing tc -take newspapers from the post-office, or re moving' awl ieavinjr them uncalled for, ii SLrima facie evidence of istzstiosjo, nuna SAVED. The wind i spent and tho gale is past. And the moniins- sun shines forth at last; It shines on a strip of yellow sand, .And a good ship sinking in sijjlit of land. Over her deck and her battered side muly washes the e!l;nj tide; -Out of the stm-frle and deadly strifo Xrf! nothing aaved but a baby life. Atrte frail thiriR- is the one poor waif, A wee frail thing to be sound and safe; lint all forgotten its brief alarms, Jtg-ayly crows in the stranger ara3. A sailor looks at the littlf form "'lis a tiny emit to have stemmed the storm r lie 'lirhs a bit as he bend him low. And his thoughts ily back to the long ao. -Just such a bab...

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 January 1885

V r ty.' i -.-- Y-,-, -. s -. -,y -V- V" " -"-fr- f I - B '. r 4 "Air ; A ft THE EXPOSITION. A Condition or Affair 'ot at All ComplI- mentary to the Management The "Wom an's Department Appropriation Appar ently Hypothecated A Jjuly Exhibitor's Complaint The Affair Characterized As a " Gigantic .Swindle." tt, r,.ft, n -" - The United Stales Cominis-sioners the Exposition held a nicetin- yesterday. Julia Ward Howe, chief of the depart ment of woman's work, presented a long ! communication the .substance of which was that of the sum of $30,000 apnropri- ntPfi tnr i.,.. ,i.m,vai.' ,..,i Lt ho,,, hh. tn nn ,,., fiKKinfrnm tn .w. ....t uvjun.ui.ui. BUI. U..I. v -.. management. In consequence, she had been forced to curtail her original dc sigus for the exhibition and been driven to the necessity of paying her own ex- penscs, including board bills, railroad , fares for herself and assistants. Her landlady was threatening to distrain her J goods and chattels for her board bills. Mrs. Howe a...

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 January 1885

r? -;? v- "' '", '-jCf1' D. T. and N. D. A teacher should not do for a pupil what the pupil can, with reasonable effort, do for himself. iehy Bros. Mercantile Company's Jt v, J yor every 25c wortb of Cigars bought at D.T. SU.D., -we PRESENT you with a ticket which attUee jou to one chance In d'htjy's free $ 1 5. Silver Watch Drawing A teacher should not become tired of correcting faults of pupils, or of telling them how and what to do. t BEAD "WHAT FOLLOWS: This Is to certlfv that we the undersigned have tea drawn one of the above mentioned patches and have found them to be solid sliver, genuine Ajatrtam levers, and excellent tlmekeepera. W. n. Doake, Abilene 7B D. McCOT, " EDUCATIONAL COLUMN. Edited bj D. D. Hobnaday. Co. Supt. S. B. Goodspeed is teaching his second term in Dist. G9, South Dickinson. His good work is appreciated bj the patrons. J. M. Swan&on is in Dist. 114, south of Herington. J. 31. understands how to teach and handle a school. Miss Mildred Lewis is ia 2s'o. ...

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. — 5 February 1885

:.' ' " v"vr -c" J -;"'-- ff REFLECTOR ' VOL. 2. ABILENE, DIOKlIlsrSOiT OOUnSTTY, KAJNBA-S, FEB. 5, 1885. 2STO. 25. HSpr THE '? . rt . 4- p o 4 is e- 5 J A A L o r ; J? TJ. P. EAHE0A3) TIME TABLE. GOING TTE6T. Hazleton, (Chapman,).... 4:07 a. m. t 3:09 p. m. Detroit, 7..........Tt. .... 4:24 " t35l " AiiUKNE, 6.-00 3:55 " Solomon, 6:50 3:49 " GOING EAST. Solomon, 11:50 " 1050 " ABILENE, :i2:u p.m. WO Detroit,?- 'I--32 10:55 Hazleton, 12:42 " 11:11 References () stop on signal; (t) do not stop; (:) stop 17 minutes ior iaeais. Local freight trains carry passengers on per mits of station agents. W. N. Hendricks is agent atAbllene. DIEECT0EY. STATE OFFICERS. Governor, John A. Martin. Lieut.-Gov.. A. P. Riddle. Sec'y of state, E. R. Allen. Auditor of State, E. P. McCabe. Treasurer, Sam! T. Howe. Attorney-General, S. E. Bradford, Sunt. Public Instruction, J. H. Lawhead. Chief Justice Supreme court, A. II. Horton. Associate Justices S. C, JSn"0' UNITED STATES SENATORS. John J. Ingalls, Pre...

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. — 5 February 1885

K&r-- l, - r - V ' 1 if arAnj person who take Te paper rero rlr from the post-office, whether directed t iu name or whether he Is a subscriber or not ii responsible for the pay. The courts have decided that rcfuslnz tc c&ko newspapers from the post-office, or removing- and leaving- them uncalled for, U CriHia f set? evidence of ijcxestiohai. rso.u& r THE KEY OF LIFE. "If I had the key of lif e, she said, Smilin? and nodding- her golden head, "What would I do, do you wish to know? I'd unlock the gates of the future so 1 could learn the things that I long- to know. 1l I had the key of life," her face Was flushed by the morning's glow and grace, "I'd unlock the wonderful gates of gold And part the curtain whose mystic told "Veils the beautiful future's red and gold! "'If I had the key of life I'd see "What lies in the future for you and me, And And," her face flushed with ruddy glow, "If together wo through life are to go Or not. All things that I wish to know!" "If I had t...

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. — 5 February 1885

-- - -v ! ii or . y f Lv sv V " A t . - ?w THE CONGO BASIN. Communication From Secretary Frellnjj. Imysen Explaining: tlie "Whys and the "Wherefores of American .Representation In the Congo Conference TIio Course al Our Delopates. iAVashixgtox, D. C, January 3a Secretary Frellnghuysen has sent to the President a long commnnication In response to the resolution recently in troduced in the House by Representative Perry Belmont and adopted by that body, calling for information respecting the participation of the United States in the Congo Basin Conference; the motives which led this Government to participate ; the manner in which it participated, and the views which may have been sustained by its delegates at the conference. The Secretary refers to the resolution adopted by the Senate in April last, advising the President to recognize the flag of the In ternational Association of the Congo, and the appointment of a commercial agent for the Congo Basin as the tirst steps to ward an inte...

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. — 5 February 1885

!?Iai?3 'V , f j sr. -s., - - - x - -c r -rr l V wl. A.. K :. k Abilene Eeflectoe. Thursday, Feb. 5, 1885r BI BZSOTHKB. E. K. BTB OTHER. STBOTHEB BROTHERS Editors and Publishers. It is very generally agreed by the Democratic press of the country that as many Democrats should go to "Washing ton the 4th of next .March as can con veniently get there (and hack), but there is an almost universal demand for No Flummery. Every acre of Government land should be kept for actual homestead settlers only. It should not be used for any other purpose. The Reflector is in receipt of a copy of the Lamed Eagle-Optic, ahand eome and well edited weekly. It pub lished a trade edition of Lamed and Pawnee county, and the Heflectou would be pleased to receive a copy of it and be glad to receive weekly visits from its handsome contemporary. The democratic statesmen who in terviewed Mr. Cleveland last week find that his most distinguishing trait is common sense. It would seem, therefore, that after a lapse ...

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. — 5 February 1885

" I " IK. h x f h R. F. RUSSEL & SONS, FIT COLLARS AND WARRANT THEM NOT TO GALL. SEE THEIR 7TEW SLIP TUG IIARNESS. south side. ABILENE, KANSAS. ty"Extra copies or the Reflectok can be round I at Sewell's Book Store, at D'Huy's Xews and Tobacco Stand and at this office. III! - . - - - l LOCAL AND OTHERWISE, ' Ed. Sutter went up to Russell last I Friday. Abilene is now a city of the second class. The warm weather of Saturday brought a large crowd to town. L Patronize Plowman's Band Concerts and thus assist the boys to buy uniforms. f A. W. Rice is spoken of as a promi- ' nent candidate for Mayor at the April election. Get your sale bills printed at this office. Satisfaction guaranteed in every particular. Sommer Brothers, with the Plow man's Concert, Union Valley, Friday, February 6th. Interesting meetings are being held this week in the Christian and Baptist churches. Attend. "W. S. Stambaugh left last Friday for a visit to Chicago and Eastern points. He will probably be gone thr...

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. — 5 February 1885

4- - V--" -T - - ri"t - ; ---! st?-"- ABILENE EEFLECTOE PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY BTEOTHEE BROS. CURRENT COMMENT. Three billion -wooden toothpicks are manufactured each year in this country- -- The Bank of England's rate of dis count has been reduced to four per cent Birmingham, England, has the greatest button trade of any city in the world. The Dominion Government has de cided to take a census of the Northwest Territories with a view to giving them representation in the Canadian Parlia ment. An expert base ball player tried to catch a ball thrown from the top of the Washington Monument, but was unable to hold it. So great was its velocity that it dented the ground like a cannon ball. Joseph Palmer, partner in the crime of Berner, the decision in whose case was the original cause of the Cincin nati riots, was granted a new trial by the Supreme Court. He was under sentence of death. The moongooses imported into Ja maica to eat up the myriads of rats abounding there have accomplish...

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. — 5 February 1885

id r' IJ- 1 i M ABILEKE fiEFLECTOPi PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BT STROTHES BEOS. 1 MY LEGACY. A rare and priceless legacy -iu iair, swcct summer Jfft to mi: Hare pictures jtcuim, I think th-m all. hich I have hunt' on memory" wall. A.?'i in..lny ,,eart tH summer lives V ith all the joy that summer gives. Green hill-sides dotted o'er with trce3, Tall graces bent with plavful breeze. Yide meadows sturred with daisies white, And OVCr all. thn cnnJilnn liHs-ht- O. winter has nn nmrnr to chill A heart that holds warm summer still! Butmore thnn nil Ite birds nnd flnirorn. Far more than e'en its golden hours. The graciou summer left to me, In its most priceless legacy, A sweet true love, which can not dio, However cold the winter's sky' Close in my heart I hold the gift Which from my life ah clouds wiil lift. Together love and I recall The pictures hunt? on memory's wall. My little love, with sweet brown eves. Who came to me 'neath summer skies. The golden hours were brijrht to me Only when ...

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. — 5 February 1885

a-4-V" ." ' " re-fe wr-tr-y V tgf " " D. T. and N. D. For every 2."c worth of Cigars boueht at D. T. X. V., weFHESENTyou with a ticket which entitles ypu to one chance in d'huy's fkeb $ 1 5. Silver Watch Drawing READ WHAT FOLLOWS: This Is to certlf v that we the undersigned have asb drawn one of the above mentioned Watches s-aQ have round them to be solid silver, genuine American levers, and excellent timekeepers. IV. H. Doake, Abilene 7 4a li. McCoy, " EDUCATIONAL CDLUM EDITED BY D. D. HOBNADAY, County Supt, Telling or Teachin Many teachers (?) have not learned the difference between telling and teaching. "When the teacher recites the lesson for his class, he is telling not teaching. "When he asks the question, answers it and asks the student if it isn't so, lie is telling, not teaching. When he works all the difficult points for his students, he is telling, not teach ing. "When he thinks that the language of the student would be too rough and ungrammatical to express the idea, he ...

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. — 12 February 1885

&--' V -AJBILEZSTE, DIOKIiTSOiq" COUNTY, IKtjSTSS, PEB. 12, 1885. 2STO. 26. VOL. 2. A TDTT "W lp 1 M u iiijj liiliiiiijliiiii . it - ,j XT. P. EAILKOAB THIS TA2LE. GOING WEST. narieton, (Chapman,)--: Ea-.?'t2p'..in' ABILENE, 0.00 - 4 Solomon, Gwo J-J GOING EAST. soiomon, ?i " ijja ;; Abilene; il2:lt p.m.;M0 Detroit,.'. '12.&. 10- Uazleton, 12: " 11:11 Eefekenccs () stop on signal; (t) do not stop; (t) stop 17 minutes for meals. Local freight trains carry passengers on per mits of station agents. W. X. Hendricks is agent atAbllene. DIRECTORY. STATE OFFICERS. Governor, John A. Martin. LicnL-Oov.. A. P. Mddle. Sec'y of State, E. K.Allpn. - "' Auditor of state, E. P. McCabe. Treasurer, Sam'l T. Howe. Attorney-General, S. K. Urartford, Sunt- Public Instruction, J. H. Lawhead. Chief Justice Supreme Court. A. H. Norton. .. c r, 1. M. A alentlne. Aisoclate JubtscesS. C, -j XV- a. Jo'usson. united states senators. John J. Ingalls, Preston B. Fluinb. MEMnEUS OF CONGRESS. 1st District,...

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. — 12 February 1885

-" - u prAn person who tabes tne paper regtv Urly from the post-office, whether directed tc -alt name or whether he is a subscriber or not. responsible for tho pay. The courts have decided that refusing U take newspapers from the post-office, orre eovingr and leaving- them uncalled for, it fcrima facie evidence of ihtektiosai, t&mbu BECAUSE. Good-mornInj-, pretty maid, whose eyes Thn brightest stars outshine. I've, come to be? that you will choose Me for your Valentine." "And why should J choose you, and why?" Tho pretty maiden made reply. "Because I have a goodly house Set 'mid the goodliest lands, "Where you may reign, served faithfully By willing hearts and hands." "That is, I think, no reason why," The pretty maiden made reply. "Because I can on you bestow Tho loveliest things to wear. Gay silken robes and laces fine, And jewels rich and rare." "That is I think, no reason why." The pretty maiden made reply. "Because I love you, oh! so well. So tender and so truo, That I woul...

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. — 12 February 1885

-J' ." r i av . DRAWBACKS OF DRAINAGE. Positive TIcwr ofa Practical Farmer With Illustrations From Experience. Farmery in 1832 expended $j.500,0Q0 for t3e and dug nearly 53,000 miles of drains to put them in. Besides, thou sands of miles were laid with stones. Tile-makers anil theorists have created md fostered this craze, and if continued it will result in a perpetual water fam ine. Wholesale rrles adopted without discrimination are a big curse in agri culture, and drainage is one of the most potent for mischief. It is true that in many cases drainage improves land and makes it more tillable, but not always more fertile. Oftentimes a wet lot, or a wet patch, will, on account of the wet ness, produce more, grass than any Dther portion of the farm, and by being let alone supplies some spring which is invaluable. J he drain fever seizing the owner, the water is speedily carried off, the early and constant pasture spoiled, and the spring fed from it de stroyed. Does this outlay pay? Th...

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. — 12 February 1885

f !- I Abilene Eeelectoe. Thursday, Feb. 12, 1885. B L. ffTHOTKEn. S. K. ETBOTKEU. STBOTHER BROTHEES Editors a:ul J'ubUhcrx. Mr. Cleveland has been receiving calls during the past week from the leading democrats of the nation. lie has been sitting at the feet, as it were, of the many broad and patriotic states men who so signally honor and distin guish the democratic party. He is learn ing wisdom from them, and is laying up stores of knowledge for future use GROVEitis singularly attentive to the remarks of his distinguished visitors, and it mav be said with all confidence that his administration will be success ful. And it will be democratic. In less thad a month the country will en ter upon an era of good government. Civil service reform works nicely in Kansas. Last Thursday Gov. Maktix nominated and the Senate confirmed a large number of persons to different state offices. It is needless to say that a large majority of the removals were Glick appointees, whose terms did not natura...

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