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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 19 September 1889

x e X f wm -OF- new Are first in the field with their great stock of Fall and Winter Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Trunks, etc. Have you seen the piles of New Goods in our house? There are more to come. 28 Cases of Hats & Caps Already in, and more to follow. One Car Load of Clothing Already received, and another car load to follow goods that are being made especially for us. Exclusive patterns. We invite early buyers of Fall and Win ter Overcoats to call on us. We will show you a beautiful line at very low prices. We will show you more Clothing than any two stores combined. Will positively show you more Hats than any three houses in this city. We will positively make Lower Prices than all the other houses combined. In short, we are the leaders in our line. Young men and old men, who want to be well dressed at a very small outlay, visit our great WHITE-FRONT CLOTHING HOUSE. GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES, Q. C. STEEL' & CO Ilave your prescriptions compounded at John M. G...

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. — 19 September 1889

, ABILENE HEFLECTOE -published nr- REFLECTO PUBLISHING COMPAKI NEWS OF THE WEEK. CURRENT COMMENT. Ciiakir Pasha, the Governor of Crete, has banished from the island four prominent Christians, one of whom was a member of the Cretan Assembly. Gleaned by Telegraph and MalL While Prime Minister Crispi was driving in Rome the other day a stone thrown by a man on the roadside struck him in one of his eyes, inflicting painful but not serious injury. The assailant was arrested and found to be a lunatic. In the columns of the Pall Mall Ga zette it is announced that russet shoes are very bad form indeed and the au thorities of Eton and Harrow have is sued instructions that the pupils in these schools must not wear them, as they do not consider them either "be coming or dignified." Estimates of the loss by the recent fire at Antwerp range from 25,000,000 to 35,000.000 francs. M. Corvitain, proprietor of the cartridge factory, is charged with homicide by imprudence. His defense is that the fire...

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. — 19 September 1889

t .fawTrita.m T ff n mfrmifn ABILENE REFLECTOR PUBLISHED BT- EEFLECTOfi PUBLISBTO COMPANY. THE FARMER'S BOY. Oh tell me not of city beaux. Who strut about with dyed mustaches, Who owe the tailor for the clothes In which they cut their extra dashes. The city fop I ne'er will choose To tread with me the path of life, sir. And should he woo, I'd e'er refuse: I'd scorn to be a dandy's wife, sir. The farmer boy with ruddy face. Whose hand is brown with toil and tan, sir, "Whose brow is wet with honest sweat. Is my ideal of a man, sir. He knows his place, and feels discrace Is not attached to honest labor. He is a blessing to his race, A goodly man, a kindly neighbor. 2 e'er sing to me of city boys "Who walk the streets so very grandly, roiite whene'er they meet the rich. And bow and smile so very blandly. The lowly poor they never see. And needy one whenever meeting They coldly pass, 'tis not genteel To have a heart with kindness beating, Then oh he farmer's bov for me : Ho holds communi...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 19 September 1889

, - - " j"irf- . i iM8" f r $20,00 j WORTH 02r New Goods! B MI! IT I. I. MB t ft'i Great Mi The Largest Stock of ni nniiMP iuto mag AND FUKNl&Hlli UUUJJ, ucuTTmurim EVER RECEIVED IN ABILENE. We are too busy to write lengthy adver tisements, we will leave that for our compet itors who have more time. All we wish to say is, if you want any kind of CLOT We are making our store more emphatically headquarters than ever this season. We have the goods, and guarantee to discount any prices on all grades of goods. Drop in and see for yourself what we are doing. We are going to make a G-reat Special Effort on Hats this season, and have received a CAR LOAD OF N iW STYLES We can astonish you with the great variety of new shapes that we are able to show you. As for prices you will find hem right. r Call and see the busiest Clothing House fe the County. LBLFaulb l MI I . 'THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 39, 18S9. B2CEUT ItEFLECTIOHS. 8SA. lodge of A. O. U. W. has been rganlsed at Chapman. EST The Christi...

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. — 26 September 1889

'I st&U V)hjMr-utAut I 1' ntetit TEN PAG-ES. ABILENE, DICKINSON COUNTY, KANSAS, SEPT. 26, 1889. VOL. vn, NO. 5. s&xiciXf ft t BR SB onBaaBaBBsmEKaM - 7"Ae Great SWn Remedy Kelieves and Cures Itcbinga and Irritations of the. 633n - .j. and Scalp, ' jEPXLixUtS r Either Itching or Bleeding:, ULCXiuJioira, Ccts, Wotrrros, Brcibks, Poi aoNS, Bites of iNSEcrs.CATAium, DrrLAiira Sorb BTEg.CniLBLAiKS, Ouaw and ClIATES. Jtlnttantiy relieves the pain of Burns and Scalds, and cures the worst case tcithout a ecar. Email boxes 25c. Largo boxes 60c. . Cole's CarbolLsoap prevents pimples, blackheads, chapped and rrfly skin, and pre serves, freshens and beautifies the complex ion. It la unequaled for use In hard water, and 1U absoluto purity and delicate per lump makes It a positive luxury for tho batn and nursery. Cautfon;- The labels on the gerralno ore Black ani the letters Qrccn. Prepared only by J. W. Colo & Co.. Black Biver Tails. Wis. curzeat & '-PILE8, 4 BffJffiaBtofrjLi iij...

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. — 26 September 1889

4 ABILENE REFLECTOB PUBLISHED BY- EEELF.CTOB POBUSTO COMPAQ CURBENT COMMENT. Three lead miners have found near Dubuque, Iowa, a cave full of native galena almost pure. The freedom of the City of Dublin las been conferred upon Lady Sand hurst and Right Hon. James Stands ield. The Russian Government is prepar ing a military administration of the "railroads to take charge in time of war. A National convention of protec tionist wool growers has been called lor Washington for the first day of the next Congress. Six children of Harry Seemthal. a mover by wagon from Boone, Iowa, to Milwaukee, Wis., died of diphtheria while on the trip. Mahsiiall Field has followed the example of George M. Pullman and subscribed 100.000 to the Chicago World's Fair guarantee fund. An unknown tramp recently saved a train on the Chicago & Northwestern between Crescent and Stony Creek, Iowa, by discovering a broken rail. JIucn alarm was felt at Vienna in consequence of the arrival of six reg iments of Russi...

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. — 26 September 1889

T ABILENE REFLECfOB -rUIJLISHKD Bt- EF.PLKCTOB PDBLISHINB COMPANT POOR WILL. O Will, poor Will, what hast thou don That, nightly with the set or sun, Thy kith and kin of ancient fame. Pass sentence dooming thee to shame? "Whip poor Will! whip poor Will!" Ere yet the first pale twilight stars Peer through the gold and purple bars, From yon tall cedar's dusky shade The mandate sounds across the giadc: "Whip poor Will : w hip poor Will " And straightway comes in mocking tone, From dell and dingle wild and lone. From tangled brush and bosky glen. From briery copse and fern-grown fen: "Whip poor Will: whip poor Will!" From distant -woods across the cove. From darklinp depths of yonder grove. From thickets where the 1 rook runs by, With malice keen they hoot and cry: "Whip poor Will : whip poor Will 1" O, heartless crew, too long, too long Night hath been saddened with the sons, The world is wiser now than when You sang first to the sons of men: "lVAip poor Will! whip poor Will!" And'neat...

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. — 26 September 1889

if i ii mi rn in i n ir-n"ELZ KNO Ij $ For nvr We have received a car load of New Clothing. "We have received a car load of New Boots & Shoes. We have received a car load of Hats, daps, Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Valises, Etc. 25,000. We PKICES. We of a Piano ticket, for only one customer can draw a piano, and everybody is directly interested where everybody is benefited. Do bluster, but test it yourself. Go elsewhere and get prices then come and see us and we. will Li.F1 BilBIE9laHuaS r"1 & Ikj'icdor. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2G, lShi). Tie Reflector PnilisMi Gnpj. DXSECTOES, JOHN J. COOPKR. RICH A KD WAKING. C. M. HAUOER, O. L. MOORE. A. W. IUCK, K. F. NELSON. JOHN J. COOPER, President o I.. MOORE. Viw President Itir.HAKVt WARING, Secretin- A. W. KICK Treasurer Richakd Waring. Business Manager. BEPUBLIGAN COMTY TICKET. For Treasurer, W. L. NIXON. For County Clerk, M. U.BERT. For Register or Deeds, W. D. NICHOLS. For Sheriff, D. W. NAJLL. For Surveyor, A. C. ROMIG. For Coropcr, E...

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. — 26 September 1889

M itr rJ st d buil iftfff ttesox imftbiV M. & ldSXf otjjGf Koepfj .nd oil ownsll a. Wil II audi Mi Ierinjj maeA e W.k iroru'us ua n lit RfcKIV&V r G. IjE.: j busied" See? amoun: .er & a duni- iQtil'S ozen ipetitq nearly JWingJ; t.-Ti 3- E& -J& ETw be fact! Beflector Sileient anti-prohibition, andwlien to stand no the fence, and how to, do all tbree at once." Eut the young man in politics should not seek his own in this way. There should be organization but or ganization upon a higher plane where ev-y man cn f-ater and maintain vatCYfr position he mprits. The despatch steamers get in coaling 200 After leaving Hong Hong with re tons an hour, it being carried on board gret you 'pass out by Lye Moon pass in baskets of about 120 lbs. by two (two narrow entrances into Hong Kong . yr.nng man in politics to get his own i Fr-'m Singapore you pass through should first help dpstroy the prejudices against him simply because he is young; help neutralize the power of patronage...

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. — 26 September 1889

t i' Fo 1 r S TOIBER! Boards we VTi 9-4.. 4-4-. find a resrular stock, .. And millions of feet waiting on the dock. Qur grades they are in the strictest terms complete, And we'll sell you from one to one million feet, And at prices so low that our competitors will pout "And confess most assuredly that they are knocked out. Although it may hurt them, we'll do what we say, And remember it's to be done at very small pay: There is the barn and the hay, which is all to be free. You say you can not believe, we say, just drive down and see, you ask where is the place this confusion is about? Oh ! it's the Chicago Lumber Co., the best on the U. P. route, Located on Cottage'avenue, just east of the depot, So come buy your lumber before tne bargains a11 g- 45-est THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1889. HS2E33C5 WHERE LEARNING THRIVES. A Visit to the Academy of the Sis ters of Mt. St. Joseph Two miles north of the city on an er&lnence that overlooks the country for miles around stands the imposing c...

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. — 26 September 1889

iif.jLninji hi HU USINESS! READY FOR Vn THE HATTER. It is a well-known fact that G. C. STERL & CO. carry the largest and most fashion able stock of Hats and Caps in Central Kansas. Buying, as we do, direct from the manufacturer, enables us to sell our Hats at the very low est known prices. We have received our fourth shipment and are now showing the latest Dunlap, Yeoman, Knox and Miller blocks. Call and see the styles. llave your prescriptions compounded nt John M. Gleissner's Drug store, east side of Broadway, cor. 3d st. 39- Jy t Motor. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1889. ABOUT PEOPLE. E. A. Sumner is iu from Hope. 0. L. Thisler was up from Chapman. John B. Baxter was iu from Holland, i'rof. D. F. Shirk was up from Chap man. Postmaster Gillett, of Woodbine, was In town. llev. D. W. Ross, of Talmage, did business in the city. 1. C Grovier aud J. B. Wheldon were up from Hope. Jas. C. Harper, of Ilollaud township, was a county seat visitor. Thos. Jessup, of Hope's Commeicial hotel, di...

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. — 26 September 1889

) OR ( Prom SIiot) to Mansion. The Eomantic Story of a Maker's Rise in Lifa Dress By Mrs. F. M. Howard. J Copyrighted, ISS3. . CHAPTER VI. COhTlMD. 'Do' y-o'u wish me to go with you, or would you prefer going alone?" he said, as he smoothed her hair with a sympathetic hand. "I think I had better go alone," she said, slowly, after a moment's thought; "it might distress auntie to have a stranger see her in her sorrowful, straitened circum stances." 4True, your intuitions are finer than mine; but I dread to have you take the journey alone." "Do not fear for me," she replied, quietly. I am accustomed to traveling alone, and shall do nicely." "You will stop in New York and bring Hiss Ford home with you?" he said, inter rogatively. "Yes, I think so." she replied, looking up at him with a pleased smile; "how readily you plan for me." "If you find her badly off, I had better meet you in Xew York, in order to assist her," he suggested. "Thank you; I will telegraph to you in time should I nee...

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. — 26 September 1889

v 'TEJLBUTES TO GEAOT. Orations Delivered at the Late Tin. vailing Ceremonies. Following are the orations delivered at the recent nnvailine of the Grant statue at Fort Leavenworth: GENERAL MEBKITT'S KEJIARKS. Gineral Merrht opened the exercises by saying: It is my pleasing privilege, as president of the Grant Monument Association, to welcome yon here to-dav and I do so most cordially. An oc casion of the kind we have met to celebrate is especially interesting. A good work has been completed, a worthy object fulfilled. I do not propose to enter into a history of the statue nor to discuss wbo is entitled to special credit for its erection. This has rxen done in the Journals of the day. Those who furnished the means to erect the statue have been duly recorded on the granite of the pedestal: those who have attended to its erection desire no special mention. I shall not, however, neglect to call attention to the careful management of the funds by the treasurer of the association. Colonel...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 26 September 1889

4 THE GhREA-T Bargain 25,000 WORTH MLM jEr a WILL BE OFFERED FOR THE NEXT 60 DAYS At Prices a Trifle Above Mamsfaclursrs5 Cost, We wisli to state prepared to back our XXRTST GOOjDS ever shown in Dickin son county. A 25,000-Dollar Stock of Dry Goods, Cloaks, Shawls, etc. We believe in doing business on the Spot Cash basis. We buy for CASH; we sell for CA SH. We give our ',.o-hQ frill hPTiftfit. ui our discounts. iSTever before during over ten years in the city oi iionene nave we opened a fall CAMPAIGN with such an un limited stock and unequaled equipment for doing business. We feel that every man, woman and child in Dickinson county should see us and get the benefit oi the extremely low prices we are making. It is to your inter est to see us. It is money in your socket to SEE fJHSPSlAMm burk few fads lliat it is to your Interest to koow:ca We are one of the firms of Abilene who -'have not ONE MILL of foreign or borrowed capital invested in our business. We have no interest to pay; we...

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. — 3 October 1889

e tT" t0 '- Ir TEN PAGES. ABILENE, DICKINSON COUNTY, KANSAS, OCT, 3, 1889. VOL. vn, NO. 61 Jill V S. STEELSIVliTH, M. D., Practice? limited to Surgery, Surgical diseases-Diseases of "Women and Dis eases of the Eye. au3-d&c ABILENE KA5. ABSTBACTS Made for all lands and lots in Dickin son County, at Reasonable Rates. IIILAND SOUTIIWORTII, Abilene, HOME NURSERY! A full line of first-class Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Viuss, Plants, Sfcrcte, Scsbs, HI:., Can be purchased of the Home Nursery for less money than any traveling agent can afford to i-cll them. The Homo Nursery It located one-half mile west of Abilene Cemetery. Send for price list. 5.2m CI1AS. YOl KG, Proprietor. We have Money to loan at 6 1-2 per cent, interest, with privi lege of paying in mul tiples of $100.00 at any interest payment. LEBOLD, FISHER & COL. ITCHING and Irritating Eruptions and every form of skin and blood disease, f rom a commonPimplo to tfaeworst case of Scrofula, can be cured by the use of Bludblld...

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. — 3 October 1889

JBABRL; -) OR (- rom Shop to Mansion. The Bomantic Story of a Maker's Bise in Ufa Dres3 By Mrs. f. M. Howard. Copyrighted, isso. CHAPTER VIL COXTIKCED. 'AndsoyoumetMrs.Monteith in Phila delphia," laughed Mrs. Stanford, "and she doubtless thought she was showing me a favor in crushing you." Mrs. Stanford forgot that Mrs. Monteith had but shown the same spirit she had her self cherished. "Really, I must contrive to let her hear this delightfully romantic story of yours." Mrs. Stanford looked at it in a mercenary and social light only, while Isabel's heart was full of the sweet, strange joy of having found out the long-sought knowledge of her parentage, and she changed the subject by telling her sister-in-law her plan in re gard to Lottie Ford. The lady was in a facetious humor, and cried, gayly: "I shall expect to hear next that you and Harvey have started an orphan asylum, or at the leastan invalid's retreat," and she laughed heartily at the brilliancy of her idea. "But really, jokin...

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. — 3 October 1889

i" I) w It "A i" 1 v , OHIO'S DEMAGOGUES. Xbe Most Abnrd Utterance nn Trusts and Combines Ever Made. The most absurdly demagogical ut terance on trusts is the following from the Ohio Democratic platform: "We regard trusts, in whatever form, as the legitimate result of our present tariff system." This is as silly as would he a platform declaration by prohibitionists that "We regard in temperance, in whatever form, as the legitimate result of high license" If the Republicans of Ohio have any sense of the ludicrous they can laugh their overreaching opponents clear off their platform. "Trusts, in whatever form," for sooth! Ohio and every other State which has manufacturing interests is full of "trusts in whatever form." A partnership is one form of a trust, a corporation is another, while trade combinations and associations, of which there are scores in every large State, constitute still another, and they have no more to do with the tariff than the man in the moon. Farmers' protective ...

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. — 3 October 1889

r jr -Tff ; f - fc "PSST ' 5 J -" - J-a-"-- -,-v-jr-' rv t s 'T' AMD AH :e&jlfjiw I -?- -V V MuAL BS eSs? l JH r.i&- wBm Sm Ktf nibvHp 3m L9 WE SHALL OMIT THIS YEAR FOR THE SIMPLE REASON THAT WE AEE GOING TO m eim MM PUS - 3 iH& vfi T Br RBI xr m2. feSa 1 BBI nil ni: . wra ri -- - ai i m ln ajc-aa uNfl x w mrmmmt blwu i .' vjwsw ! x iK-nn ii ti iHra tii bKrrj. -mti jm m hi vur7?M. x Jfi& jaa,4-i jwh gra J. i -gjB-i!Ea- rss?1 gii For a "sTIll "Tills IFsill Dsulse Tlielr 3Lia,rg;e ZDo-u-Tole Stores ZESeacLqTjLaxtexs "H 111 fryjyw,f?a KaSa &&rcS32ZSt23 sJsjffin 3. tin. Slioe uyer legau-AHsa- We have received a car load of Mew Clothing. We have received a car load of New Boots & Shoes. We have received a car load of Hats, Gaps, Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Valises, Etc. 1SWT Jl WW u s a i$ 1T II 4VT &? 8 H Ti K a L I V '1 .10W h-NTMMlffi H f J vr 'ILfi.NJ xs i i 1 recc nomine Factories AND OWNED AT PRICES THAT WILL ASTONISH OUR COMPETITORS. HATE THE GOODS an...

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. — 3 October 1889

v?: --; 3P- .fc .- Vj t Befiector. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3d, 1889. The three dfe-graces of this year are Hr. Maybrick, Mrs. Terry and Mrs. Hamilton. The forty-two star flags are flying over federal building in many parts of the country. A tower one-quarter of a mile, 11, 320 feet, Is proposed by 2iew York if a fair Is held there. Vice-President Morton's new home in Washington contains thirty two decorated rooms. We sometimes envy the man just starting in newspaper work all the old Journalistic chestnuts are new to him and he gets solid comfort out of rehashing them. The betting men refuse to wager any money on the success of the repub lican ticket in Dickinson county this year they say they do not wish to risk anything on a sure thing. This Is a "fair" year in Kansas. Gould all the county fairs be rolled to gether, we'd have a world's fair of di mensions that would outstrip anything New York or Chicago can do. There will, we hope, bo no chance to make fun of the slowness of the censua t...

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. — 3 October 1889

-J. - v- --; 9 aft .a- thi ill tlu tir tei lia Fi t tb' of ha Be trf a rc il tt 111 iiiiii " tf Dumber! lumber! lumber! 'Boards we have got without number, 2-4, 4-4, and a regular stock, And millions of feet waiting on the dock. Our grades they are in the strictest terms complete, And we'll sell you from one to one million feet. And at prices so low that our competitors will pout And confess most assuredly that they are knocked out. Although it may hurt them, we'll do what we say, And remember it's to be done at very small pay: There is the barn and the hay, which is all to be free. You say you can not believe, we say, just drive down and see, 5fou ask where is the place this confusion is about? Oh ! it's the Chicago Lumber Co., the best on the U. P. route, Located on Cottage avenue, just east of the depot; So come buy your lumber before the bargains all go. 43-cSt SI. 25 PER GALLON. I II J SI. 25 PER GALLON. IL Fy rsd at Last! A MII1D PAINT THAT CAN. III! SOLD FOR $i 25 PER GALLON ...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
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