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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 13 August 1885

m ABILEM REFLECTOB PUBLISHED EVEBY THURSDAY BY STROTHES BROS. CURRENT COMMENT. Dr. Galcsha Axdebsox, President of the Chicago University, resigned re cently. Nearly a year's salary was due him. The three men who pay taxes on the highest assessed-value of personal property in Great Britain are: Giles Loder, $15,000,000; Richard Thornton, $14,000,000, and Baron Lionel Roths child, 13,500,000. It was believed at Washington that XIr. Keilcy would return to the United States. It was understood that he would soon resign his present office and that he would not be appointed to another foreign mission. Ik a report recently published in New Orleans, regarding the cotton crop, fully three-fourths of the corre spondents say that the prospects for a large crop are better than they have SBjbeen at the same period for many p years. Ax official agent of the Transvaal Republic has arrived at Berlin to ar range a loan of two hundred and fifty thousand pounds for his Government, which was recently co...

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. — 13 August 1885

y A IBILEffE RKFLECTOB PUBLISHED EVEUY THUKSDAY BY ST ROT HER BROS. A "MODEL FATHER." iStory of a Scheming Tragedian and TTia Pretty Daughter. ZlA)r CnnnltJ and Selfish Ambition on the One Hand, and Innocent Purity and Dutiful Devotion on . the Other. BY DAVID CHIUSTIE ilUUKAY. CHAPTER III. CONTINUED. Ho played Macbeth that evening, and -the newspaper critics next morning told -their readers that he had never played :so finely. It was a tradition in tbat .school of traged- to which Mr. Mont gomery I'asett belonged that at cer tain portions of the play the actor hini self .should be so wrought upon that it -should be dangerous to interrupt the flow of his emotions, .even behind the scenes, where the spirit of the part was to be kept up by much solemn striding to and fro, and many savage execru " to ry .murmurs. The eminent tragedian had ' always supported this tradition, and now, with a genuine mental pas sion -added to an assumed mental pns s;ou which had grown almost real through j...

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. — 13 August 1885

- ,. -.- . B :. Delinquent Tax List DICKINSON COUNTY, KAN- STATE OF KANSAS, , Dickinson County. ! To All ichon it may Concern: XfOTICE Is hereby given that the lollow J3 lng described lands and town lot, sit uated In the County of Dickinson and State of Kansas, or m much thereof as may be necessary for that purpose, will on Tuesday, September 1, 18S5, and the next succeeding dayt thereafter, aa may be necessary, be Bold by me at public auction. In the County Treasurer" office, at Abilene, Kansas,.for the delinquent taxes and charges thereon for the year 181, unless the same shall be paid before the said day of sale: VIX)KA TOWNSHIP. r t r .-? 11 1 4 11 1 12 11 1 acre 474 151 100 SI ICO J T Blevlns w h and se q 44 ne q W H Tylor leq Jamea Jones n.ui i nwq 18 11 1 tfeo Dftkln h awq and a h ee q 'JO 11 -WILLOWPALB TOWSfMIIF. James 2f il twq 8 12 1 157 J IX Kennedy ihnwq li 12 1 bii A L Hylor n seq 12 12 1 bO - nq 13 12 1 100 H Ro4taor se q 14 12 1 If Uxty Foster ilineq 15 12 1 bO Mary ...

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. — 20 August 1885

V if '1 r THE TIME REFLECTOR W VOL. 3. -A-BILEISHB, DICKIlSrSOnsr COTJJfSTTY, :KjlSTS.A.S, A.TJG. 20, 1SS5. ISTO. 1. iBmCiBm ft i ft ffi 18 1ft ijl IwPiWT v -f A , X r A Abilene Eeflegtoe. Thursday, Aug. 20, 1885. To the Citizens of Dickinson County. Since I have been censured both as a citizen and a public official in regard to the sickness, death and burial of Josiah Cook, in justice to myself, I deem it to be my solemn duty to make a clear, full, and correct statement of all the facts in the premises, and then let you, my fellow citizens, judge whether I am deserving of blame. Josiah Cook, a soldier of the war of 1812, was brought to the Poor-house July 11, 1885, and died there Aug. 7, 1885, and was buried in the potter's field, Aug. 8. He therefore remained at the Poor-house 27 days, having been sent in from Sherman township. In the resolutions censuring me, passed by Post 63, G. A. It,, Hon. A.S. Davidson,an officer of the Post,and one of the authors of said resolutions, says t...

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. — 20 August 1885

"" - ' ii - ' ' '' ' "" ' " ' ' " Jr ' " Any person wbo takes tn paper regti Iarly from the post-oflice, whether directed V his name or whether he is a subscriber or not Is responsible for the pay. The courts have decided that refusing- i take newspapers from the post-office, or rt moving and leaving thciu uncalled for, t A "MODEL FATHER." Story of a Scheming Tragedian and His Pretty Daughter. Xow Canning and Selfish Ambition i the One Hand, and Innocent Purity and Dutiful Devotion on the Other. BY DAVID CHUISTIE JlUnRAY. CHAPTER IV. CON-nifUED. Tack would have obliged his chum -vrith a laugh in the old times, and now the Irishman missed that friendly con tribution to the gayety of the day. "Bad luck to me," he grumbled, "I don't know whether the girls are more like poodles, or the poodles are more like girls. I can't paint to-day." Jack "worked on in siienc3, and Cassidy fidgeted miserably for an hour or two. A knock came to the door at about the usual hour for luncheon, and the se...

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. — 20 August 1885

I' u V ; x -i r M SPECIAL DELIVERY SYSTEM. The System to bo Introduced on the 1st o October Next. "WAsmxGTOic, August 13. A circular relating t the immediate deliver' system, which ii to be put in operation on October 1, has been prepared, and will be sent to postmasters at once. After quoting section three of the Post-office Appropriation bill, which provides the terms under which ita mediate deliveries re to be rascie, the cir cular stys: "It fcas accordingly been de cided t introduce the special delivery sys tem a the 1st of October, 1SS5, at all the -rxsiroffices at -wliich it Is permitted by law, Tit, those at wfcich the free delivery sys-,1 tern is m operation, and these in cities amir r.-,- honincrx nnnulntinis af 4.000 or over 1 as shown by the last Federal census w-i.l.l. .nnii. mf fhpA CTlMMEl ! delivery stamps will be sent to the pest office in the country which may make "re quisition fcr tiiem, and -when received :ey re to be teken up by ibe postmaster tr. his account cu...

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. — 20 August 1885

Abilene Eeflectob. Thursday, Aug. 20, 1885. Institute Notes. C. II. Harger, the very able corres pondent of the Chronicle, is one of our best humored young men, and will cer tainly succeed in the newspaper profes sion to which he aspires. Go ahead Charlie, and may yon become one of the great men of the age. The Highland school board were in last Friday and employed J. II. Neisley to teach their school. The selection is a good one. J. II. Engle will be found at his old place, Dist. Xo. 10, this winter. John is a success in whatever he undertakes. The ladies are doing good, work, and we are glad to note that many of the schools of the country will be filled with lady teachers. The old idea that it takes a strong, muscular man to teach school is passing away, and parents are beginning to realize that women can teach school just as well as men. Give the ladies a chance. Quite a number of the teachers signed for Johnston's Encyclopedia which is said to be a very excellent work. Prof. Pal...

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. — 20 August 1885

- f2',r.,?nEr'7?-vss:- &&5i0 s" 7T'"3i3y4- T'V vV ' yqrrwywjt"'L e. r -?fypw',ifry-Ht-" - v ---- wm A CM SlffPUIIF': n Tii'&mnmQ -s m i LOOK AT THIS! TI 1ST STUPENDOUS COT OF TI SEASON! hi I 3 mo; V VEK I TING Mat; I line of rtain j . E. ( ag of ti 5. Gnu ! clergj Iff I t even H-1 p3 02 tad E-i 02 CO CO CO CO - CO E-h E- OO TO A. E BISHOP & CO.'S GREAT GASH BARGAIN STORE WHEEE YOU WILL FIND THE FOLLOWING UNPAEALLELED BAEGAINS: One Lot P3 Standard 8c Calicoes ------ Fast Colored Gingham "Dress Style" Gingham, worth 12 1-2 cents, Best "Dress Style" Gingham, worth. 15 cents Best 1400 Fine lawns (wide) worth 15 cents X Fast Color lawns, worth 8 and 10 cents Fine Brocade and Lace Buntings, worth. 25 cents Plain All Wool Bunting, worth 25 cents All Linen Towels (very large), worth 40 cents All Linen Damask Towels, Fine Quality, worth 35 cents Fine Narrow Embrpideries, worth 8 to 10 cents Ladies Gauze Vests, worth 50 cents Ladies Balbriggan Vests, worth 60 cents Gent's Balb...

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. — 20 August 1885

- - --- ; . " fwrf 'T?v? i- --9K;-r.' -.yi y :; f&Ky 33-PF r:f: his . Jc ertah ork, i off Delinquent Tax List OF DIOKIHSON COOTTTT, XA2T. 8TASE OF KANSAS, ( Dickinson Connty, To All whom it may Concern: "VTOTICE Is hereby given that the lollow "jM ing described lands and town Jots, sit uated In the County of Dickinson and State of Kansas, or bo much thereof as may be necessary for that purpose, will on Tuesday, September 1, 1885, and the next succeeding days thereafter, as may be necessary, be sold by me at public auction, In the County Treasurer's omce, at Abilene, Kansas, for the delinquent taxes and charges thereon for the year 1881, unless the same shall be paid before the said xlay of sale: FLORA- TOWNSHIP. s t r 3 11 1 4 11 1 12 11 1 18 11 1 J T Blevins w h and se q ne q W H Taylor n e q TaniM K Jomes n h nw a Geo Dakin s n sw q ana nwqni WILXOWDALE TOWNSHIP. 6121 12 12 1 12 12 1 James Neil sw q J H Kennedy s h nw q a I. Sivlnr h sen neq iiiui H Boemer se q 14 12 1 Mary Fo...

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. — 20 August 1885

UPSH A W FURNITURE and CARPET Ca Our Fall Stock is now ready for your inspection. We have the largest assortment in Central Kansas of 7 BED BOOM SUITS, PARLOR SUITS, FINE PILT.AU EXTENSION TABLES. LIBRARY TABLES, SLUE BOABJJS, CENTEE TABLES, BOOKCASES, LLBBAEY CASES, ' HAT TBEES, WAEUROBES BEDSTEADS, BUEEAUS, WASH STANDS, BED SPEING MATTEASSES, PILLOWS, CHAIRS, ROCKERS, &c. CARPET DEPARTMENT. and e MmM 1)011 1 ill I ca mm V i , A Contains the largest and most complete line in the AXMTNTISTERS, MOQUETS, VELVETS, BODY THREE PLYES, EXTRA SUPESS, MEDIUM SUPESS, DOUBLE COTTON CHAIN, SINGLE COTTON CHAIN, CARPETING, STRAW MATTING, Druggets, Rugs, Mats, Art Squares, 23f Also a very large and elegant line of Curtains, Window Shades, Curtain Poles, Lace, Raw Silk and Turcaman Curtains, and all kind of Curtain and Shade Trimmings and Fixtures. R. F. RUSSEL & SONS, FIT COLLARS AND WARRANT THEM NOT TO GALL. SEE THEIR NEW SLIP TUG HARNESS. SOUTH side. ABILENE, KANSAS. ryExtra copies of th...

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. — 20 August 1885

ABILENE &KFLECTOB PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BT STR OTHER BROS. CURRENT COMMENT. Germany's colonization scheme for Zanzibar is condemned by many of the German newspapers. Four brokers who acted for Farqu harson, the defaulting manager of the Dublin Munster Bank, have failed. Colonel Fked Grant, it is said, in tends to abandon military aspirations and will take a position as civil engin eer of a railroad. The aristocratic citizens of St Petersburg are donating money lor the purchase of a silver tea service to be presented to Mr. Gladstone. Miss Josie Croker, an actress at Chicago, was in court recently charged -with the larceny of the manuscript of Hartley Campbell's "Galley Slave." A couple ran away and got married at Birmingham, Ala., the other day. They were both nearly seventy years old, and eloped so get rid of the oppo sition of their children. Laura Claxton. the two-year-old child stolen July 11 from the sidewalk .near its home in Philadelphia, was re covered by detectives a...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 20 August 1885

i i r y M AB1LESE REFLECTOR PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY STBOTHFB BROS A LESSON IN TENNIS. They played attennis that summer day Where was ft? O, call it Mount Desert The place matters not: I will simply say: 'They were playing1 tennis that summer day. And she wore a short and striped skirt. ne played but ill 'twas his first essay And she his partner and coach was both: 'Though perhaps not "up" in the points of play, "Yet she knew the frame in a general way And to give him points seemed nothing BLi loath. Ke did his best, but hi best was poor; The halls served to him on his side staid; And thus it went on for a round or more. Till, anxious, he ventured to ask the score. "The score? Why, it's Thirty Love," she said. And Love? What is love?" he fain would know. Yet blushed to nsk it. for he could see What nardonless ignorance he must show; But she calmly -answered him, speaking slow: "Why, Love Is nothing, you know," said she. 'The sun of that summer day is set; "That season is Rone, as...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 20 August 1885

9"Ti ""' 'f J WS-2T9 ?-" f; Here Radical Fraud Exposed. Every day brings some new revela tion of the dishonest and dishonora ble methods that grow up under re publican rule. The latest is furnish ed by Mr. Edward Jussen, of Chicago, who was appointed Consul General to Vienna by President Cleveland. The character of the particular fraud exposed in this case is thus shown in a report furnished by the new Consul General to the Secretary of State: "My pred ecessor, instead of payinghis lessor S600 on account of rent, put this money an nually into his pocket and charged it to the government as rent paid. The les aor, Dr. "William Ilerz, signed and de livered a receipt for the rent quarterly, but declined to take the money in con sideration of the assurance that he would be retained in his present posi tion :is vice-consul-geueral. The whole transaction was simply a bargain be tween Dr. Her and my predecessor, ilr. James Jliley Weaver, by wWcli the title of vice-consul-general was sold to...

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. — 3 September 1885

tv " ' ' Kn t I w THE ABILENE LECTO VX)!,. 3. -A.BILE2STE, DICKINSON COUNTY, BZAJNTS.A.S, SEP. 3, 1885 NO. 4, s .J REF 1 ' v " f N k ft ft A Abilene Beflector. Thursday, Sep. 3, 1885. Gov. Hoadly. Gov. George Hoadly: "My trip East at this time has no political signifi cance," he said to a World reporter. "I came with my family to visit our friends, Mr. and Mrs. John King, at Long Branch. My next speech will be at Hamilton a week from next Saturday. After that I shall devote all the time I can spare from my office to the cam paign. ,1 expect the active support of all the leading democrats of the State, but cannot say at this time who or how many will take the stump on our side." "Two years ago there was some feel ing among the colored people against Judge Foraker. Does that feeling still exist?" "It does, and has been intensified, I think, by the fact that the last general assembly, which was democratic, pass ed two civil rights bills giving the col ored people all the rights enjoyed...

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. — 3 September 1885

CsrsAny-persorivno takes tni pr.perreira iarlyfrom the post-oflice,whtherdirected to its name or whether ho" is a subscriber or not. Is responsible for the par. The eourtH have decided that refusing to take newspapers from the post-o Rice, or re moving and leaving them uncalled for, it Dnma facie evidence o- i.vtkxtiokju. fkact MOTHER EARTH. 0. mother earth, how sweot to rest TTore on thv breast, Vh.le overhead the fair blue sky. Yit'i sun lit cloud-wraltbb Moating- by, iEends lovingly. irow sweot the ino'at smell of thy sod "Where grasses nod: "Where, halo-crowned in her own raya Ouo slcn-'lRr stem the daisy sways Through fctiunner days; "Whore clovers tempt the wandering boos V ith honeyed lees: "Where lolls the wind on lazy wing, 'While in btz breath tho light leaves swing iu!nt fluttering:. , mother earth, go kind art thou, "My t red Irow, o long with weariness oppressed, 3'orgcts the aching and unrest 'While on thy breast; Torgcts the striving and the pain That racked the brain...

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. — 3 September 1885

'V y "T X STORM DISASTERS. Fearful Logs or Life by Floods at Canton, China A South Carolina Cyclone. Washington, August 27. Details of the destruction in Canton, China, and vicin ity by tlie recent great rain stonns there have been received by private parties 5n this city. The flood was the mo-t serious which has visited Canton in thirty years. .More titan 10,000 persona lost their lives and a far creater number are left in a starv ing condition. Entire villages were en gulfed and the rice and cilk crops in the vicinity were almost ruined. The price of t rice has been raised IS per cent in conse quence of the loss to the crop. The rair. fell since the latter part of June, filling and overflowing the rivers. Man' streets of Canton were flooded for over a week. At Sezni City the water broke through the city wall. It is reported that several thousand people were drowned at that place. The embankments of the rivers were broken in numerous places and the waters swept across the sur round...

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. — 3 September 1885

ff I A h V ABXIiENE Selector. Thursday, Sep. 3, 1885 The New York Democratic State Committee will meet at Saratoga on the 25th of this month. President Clevklakd will soon re turn, refreshed from his summer vaca tions, and then the procession of out going republicans will resume its march. Dr. Leoxakd, the Prohibition can didate for Governor of Ohio, is drawing hosts to his support. And it is now olaimed that lie will poll over 30,000 votes. The question whether sensation is ex tinguished when a roan's head is cut oil has3 afforded ground for among scientific mcn.-JY. I. Tribune. There ought to be a good many Re publican Postmasters in the country who could give testimony on this sub ject We fancy most of them retained sensation Jong enough to say "Sl.eol! The tariff question is sure to come up in the next congress, and it is right that it should. It is not likely that anv effort at tariff reform will succeed with the present hostile majority in the senate, but the subject should be...

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. — 3 September 1885

and CARPET CO. T Our Fall Stock is now ready for your inspection. We have the largest assortment in Central Kansas of BED ROOM SUITS, . PAELOR SUITS, FINE PILLAR EXTENSION TABLES. LIBRARY TABLES, SIDE BOARDS, CENTER TABLES, BOOK CASES, BEDSTEADS, 3UREATTS, LIBRARY CASES, HAT TREES, WARDROBES, WASH STANDS, BED SPRING MATTRASSES, PILLOWS, CHAIRS, ROCKERS, &c. UPSHAW PURNI ! y . JO A CARPET DEPARTMENT. Contains the largest and most complete line in the city, consisting of AXMINISTERS, MOQUETS, VELVETS, BODY BRUSSELS, TAPESTRIES, THREE PLYES, EXTRA SUPESS, MEDIUM SUPESS, WOOL FILLING DOUBLE COTTON CHAIN, SINGLE COTTON CHAIN, CHINESE CARPETING, VENETIANS, COCOA MATTING, STRAW MATTING, NAPIER MATTING, Art Squares, Druggets, Rugs, Mats, Carpet Lixixg, Floral Oil Cloths, &c, &c. $?" Also a very large and elegant line of Curtains, Window Shades, Curtain Poles, Lace, Raw Silk and Turcaman Curtains, and all kind of Curtain and Shade Trimmings and Fixtures. R. P. RUSSEL & SONS, ...

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. — 3 September 1885

ABILENE KBFLECTOB PUBLISHED EVEKY THURSDAY BY STTrT H F 13 BROS CURRENT COMMENT. Ax expulsion of Polish subjects from Austria has beun. All classes alike are expelled. Hog cholera has broken out in Illi nois, and quite a number of hogs have died from the disease. One fanner who had one hundred head lost eighty eight of them. Many other farmers make simi!ar reports. TnE American Minister at Brussels declined to interfero in the case of Cbatoaunef, who was arrested in con nection with the murder of Mile. Wenetel in Paris, and who claimed to be a naturalized American citizen. A fatal disease is reported prevail ing among the horses in the country near Shellr, ville. 111. William Carnes, a Shelbyville Township farmer, loFt seven head. Prominent veterinarians pronounce the malady pericarditis. A noteworthy phenomenon was re icntly reported from Callao, South America, where a loud report was heard proceeding from the sea and a large column of water was seen to rise. A similar occurrence w...

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. — 3 September 1885

'Y ! L1 hi 4 A ABILESrHEFLECTOii PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY BT STPOTHEB BROS. A "MODEL MAUL.' Etory of a Scheming Tragedian and His Pretty Daughter. -Xott Cunning and Selfish Ambition on the One Hand, and Innocent I'uritjr and Dutiful Dorutlon on the Other. BY DAVID CIIIMSTIE MUKUAT. CHAPTEU "VI. COXTINITED. "It isn't as if we were asking her to do anylh:ngto-make berseh unhappy, is it, lias-eft?" itlie lad demanded. "I am sure I'll try to make her happy. There's nothing a woman's heart can wish for that -Ehc shan't have. She's only got to ask for it, and she shall hav- it.'" "We arc signally united," said Mr. Bassett, seeing his way to something to his own advantage here. "We are sig nally united, my little gyurl and I. The greatest difficulty I shall experience, dear hoy, will he in persuading her to part from her unworthy father. It is, chieliy for my sake, as I am well per suaded, that she has refused your oiler. She fears to leave the old man lonely." "You could come down and see...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
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