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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 30 January 1890

" -j jf ." t rylseU "fckl biLme ii;;3JU( TKJa, i M ) V ABILENE. DICKINSON COUNTY, KANSAS, JAN. 30, 1890. THE ABILENE REFLECTOR, Official Paper of Citv and Countv. NO. 23. yol. vn. , REFLECTOR, Established-1883 GAZETTE, Established 1875 ,. .sssssssk feH I lassssf t Jtftl ilt.TY K V b f CARTER'S! if jC PILLS. tgl oMv jHlflg ff s Wvw;W CURE Bck Headacho sad relievo all tho trembles tesl dent to a. billons state of tho system, such C3 Dizziness, Nausea, Drowsiness. Distress after eating. Pain In tho Bide. &c While their rscsS remarkable success has been shown In curing Headache yet Carter's little- Liver Pffla arc equally valuabloin Constipation, etiringaud pie Tenting thisannoyingcomplalnt.whiIo they Up corroctalldUonlcrsolthoBtomachjitlmulatoUia liver and regulate tho ooweia. xsveuuiu;jriyf cursa 'AciothoTWOUldboahnostpricolesstothosowhC Buffer from this distressing complaint; but f ortu Mtclytheirgoodnessdocsnotendhera.andthc.se no once try them -will find these littlo pills valu...

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. — 30 January 1890

$ T?: 'T37TSwrr THE REFLECTOR, TTTTTKSDAY. JANTTARY 30, 1890. i: BEEXECTOR PDB. CO., Proprietor. ABILENE, KANSAS. CURRENT COMMENT. The Delagoa railway has been com pleted to the frontier of the Transvaal. The two rival miners' organizations formed an alliance in their recent meet ing at Columbus, O. NEWS OF THE WEEK Gleaned By Telegraph and Mail A report has come to Zanzibar from "the interior that Dr. Peters had arrived safe and well at SubakL Joseph Hickson, managing director of -the Grand Trunk railway of Canada, has been gazetted a Knight. High honors were paid in Rome to the remains of the late French Ambassador, Ilarian, which were sent to Paris. President Harrison has ordered the immediate dismissal of a number of land registers who show deficiencies in their accounts. The German Reichstag has passed the "bill authorizing loans for the military, naval, railway, postal and telegraph ser vices of the Empire. Judge Manisty, of the Queen's Bench division of the English High Court...

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. — 30 January 1890

TTTR TMSTHVEOTOB. THUKSDAY. JATSnQAE:T 30, 1890V ,4 h k R' P B REFLECTOR PUB. CO., Proprietors. ABILENE, KANSAS. TWO BOYS' JACKETS. "Why do those hall-worn jackets hang "" ) Upon the chamber Trail, T Just -where my eyes, last thing at night, Z&' And first at morning, fall? Jnd do they never leave their nail ! And are they never trom! The "Melton" still locks somewhat smart, The "Tweed" Is sadly torn. Thcv call to mind a last year's nest, Left on a leafless bough 1 scarcely know a r'suon why I keep those jackets now. ?--- i -; It's just a way we mothers have Of hoarding little things Mementoes of the time before 'Our fledglings found their wings, Of course, rm proud and glad to know The lads have grown apace, .And were not slack to seek the front ) To run life's gallant race. I've seen them do their manly part, ; J But in my heart they wear - The boyish guise of boyish days j The 'Tweed" and "Melton" there. The rough, gray jacket Horace woro, , : -wrjth pockets plentiful, - r&...

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. — 30 January 1890

xxa i H mem fact; -THAT THE OOP p 0 m JU u u '113 THE ACKNOWLEDGED Leader of Low Prices ! 1 That the cash buyer is able to underbuy the long time buyer and therefore able to undersell. Paying cash for all goods and selling for cash only en ables us to quote prices that we know cannot be excelled if equalled. A TALK W PEI6ES. Good Prints 5 & 6c per yard. Ginjimms 5 to lUc per jard. 1resa PUidi VAC per yard. Table Linen 22-23-S5c per yard and up. All Llnn table clotlin G5c and up. Table and Htand cot era 40c to 1.50. Bed Spreads G5c and up. . Blue and Brown muslins Gc per yard and up. . Table Oil Cloth best quality .0c per yard. Snulf Oil Clotn 5 & 7c per yard. Jean KMG-Oc and up. Ladlen Coneu 23c to 1.03. Good woYen concts 75 to 83c Olores l3-18-2oc and up. Ladles Collars 8 10c. " Cuffs lite per pair. Gent i ply linen collar? 8 & 10c. 4 " cuffs 13 to 20c. ' celluloid collars 15 & 2jc. cuffs 3.c per pair. Bastlnj thread will do good work On machine, So per. f pool. Spo...

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. — 30 January 1890

1 Y w $ ri i: ft K. Have your prescriptions compounded L at John M. Gleissner's Drag store. east side of Broadway, cor. 3d sL 39-J y elector THURSDAY, JANTJAEY 30, 1890 ABOUT PEOPLE. Commissioner J. W. Hoover who has been quite sick with la grippe is able to be about again. C. N. Hull, Herington's popular postmaster, was shaking bands with friends in town. 'Squire E. Barber had another stroke of paralysis this morniDg; the old gentle men is very feeble. H. W. Smith, one of Belle Springs' teachers, was in town. He wears an extra bright smile on account of the arrival of the first boy in his family. Miss Helen Meyer left Saturday night for Greeley, Colo., to take a posi tion as bookkeeper and typewriter for A. F. Wolfe, manager of the Perch-eron-Norman Horse Co. E. C. Dowling, one of Abilene's rising young attorneys, left at noon for Wash ington, D. C, in response to a telegram saying that he had been appointed to a position in a census department and to report at once for duty. Mr. D...

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. — 30 January 1890

V &? - .. THE KEFLECTOR. THUKSDAY. JANUARY 30, 1890. rrnrr i -- -r , i s r s 'irOEHMEE'S -MIBniON. His Attempt to Redeem His Honor and How It Failed. CHATEEL , iALidi carun, get thee gone!" ' The words came in a hoarse whis per, and Mortimer Francisco Del "Fuego Jones dashed wildly down to the front gate and grasped the hitching-posfc. For a moment the land scape swam before his eyes, hut with a superhuman effort he calmed himself, raised his head", and stood alone. The moon looked coldly down upon his agony and silvered the drop ofconcentrated woo that had ac cumulated in the left-hand corner of his off eye. He looked back, stared the silvery orb full in the face, raised his clinched' hand on high, and said, proud ly: "She thinks mo a weakling, but I will do the deed or die." These were his words, spoken in a ton?bf knock-that-chip-off-my-shoulder heroism that made the cucumber vines tremble upon the front ,f ence. - f CHAPTER IL - Mortimer Francisco Del Fuego Jones was an orph...

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. — 30 January 1890

THE K.EFLECTOK. THURSDAY. JANTTAKV 30, 1890. h ' k B i I up K n i . I aV i "" TALMlGS SERMON. Lessons to be Drawn From the Pidlippian Earthquake. TbejCrr of fhe Jailor of Old Anavreredby Practical Illustration Tho K- pljr Made Then Equally Applicable Xoir, The following sermon by Rev. T. Do "Witt Talinago was prepared for do livery in Lo"ndon onliis return trip from tho Holy Land, his text being: Brlleve on the Lord Jesus Christ and thou shtdt be saved. Acts xvl. , 31. Jails are dark, dull, damp, loathsome places even now; hut thoy. were worse in the apostolic times. I imagine to day we are standing in tho Fhilippian dungeon. Do you not feel the chill? Do you not hear tho groan of those in carcerated ones who for ton years have not seen tho sunlight, and the deep sigh of women who remember their father's house, and mourn over their wasted es tates? Listen again. It is the cough of the consumptive, or tho struggle of one in a nightmare of a great horror. You listen again, and hear a ...

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. — 30 January 1890

fiSz" E!Y&nJrV Jf -JWKXW&JI'Z'&M A '- W I ' K i it - r V" Jw- - . Z"1 '- BhI rJvA ? ., M A h r r ifejlmor. THURSDAY, JANUARY 30, 1890 HECENT REFLECTIONS. Ztsry bad little lamb, bl8tcd In cadenza; TwlU bleat no more Its blotter's eoro With Busaian Innuenra. ,gtolen 2-8 Sun says Manchester is to Lave a mill. -r Chapman claims to have no empty bouses. The ground hog will cavort next Sunday. An alliance with 20 members has organized near Manchester. A marriage license was granted Asa E. Bailey and Miss Francis Reed, both of Solomon. There has been a little the poorest sidewalk cleaning in Abilene this mouih ever known in her historj. There is not an Abilene man known to be a candidate for any office iu the gift of the people at the present lime. Nchamiah Green camp of Sons ol Veterans, No. 156, was organized at Solomon City Saturday night, nineteen members being enrolled. Mr. Pease, of .Enterprise, has a cuuiract for putting up 13,000 tons ol ice for the Rock Island railway ...

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. — 6 February 1890

? Qu&v niajLt P 4 &bilw Ifeekto -JA t VOL. VII. R-EFLECTOR, Established-1883 I GAZETTE, Established 1875 i ABILENE, DICKINSON COUNTY, KANSAS, FEB. 6, 1890. THE ABILENE REFLECTOR, t Oibcial Paper of Citv and Countv. NO. 24. XUju l&uh b k CAffllftSl Fiver Hl g PIUS. ,"Ei OUFII Eck Headache sad Tellers all tbo troubles IccJ dent to a billons state of the system, such as Dizziness, Nausea, Drowsiness. Distress after eating. Pain In the Side. &c 'While their raosfi re TTrVfthift Knr-fBi baa been shown la curing SICIC Headache, yet Carter'a Iittlo liver Pffifl arc equally valuable in Constipation, curing and pre venting this annoying complaint,"whilo they also correct all disordcrsofthOBtomachtiraulate tbo liver andregulate the bowels. Even IT they only carta .Achi they vronld bo almcGtprlcelcss to those who Defer from this distressing complaint; buiforta noiely their goodness docs not end here,and thoso Tf ho once try them will find these little pills vala rJble In so man...

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. — 6 February 1890

)&.&' t b r r (" f, r it ' jJt-V m . REFLECTOR FOB. CO., Proprietors. ABILENE, - KANSAS. CURRENT COMMENT. Wyoming has escaped bad storms this winter and the cattle are in first class condition. Hekr Aiiendt, town clerk of Berlin, is a defaulter for a large sum. He at tempted suicide. Rev. Dr. SrunoEON, tho famous Lon don Baptist preacher, has about recov ered from the gout. The Czar of Russia has conferred the. lighest possible decoration on the French Minister of Finance. Pkesidext Harbison' expresses him self as considerably troubled over the xace difficulties in the South. The mother of ex-Governor Warmouth, of Louisiana, has been awarded a Mexi can pension with back pay from 1857. It is rumored that the Duke of Cam Tiridge,Field Marshal and Commander-in--Chief of the British forces, will resign. Porter, Superintendent of the Cen sus, has prepared instructions to super visors desiring speedy and correct work. The schooner John nancock and a cargo of pearls has been stolen...

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. — 6 February 1890

w t k x ." ft i? . COPYHIGHT, 1SS3.1 I am a householder in a pleasant country neighborhood, about twenty miles from New York. My family con sists of myself and wife, our boy George William, aged two; two maid-servants and a man; but in the summer we have frequent visitors and at the time of which I am about to write my Aunt Martha was staying with us. My house is largo and pleasant, and we have neighbors near enough for so cial purposes and yet not too near or too many to detract from the rural aspect of our surroundings. But we do not live in a paradise; wo are occasionally troubled by mosquitoes and burglars. Against the first of those annoy ances we have always been able to guard ourselves, at least in a measure, and our man and the coolc declare that they havo become so used to them that they do not mind them; but to guard against burglars is much more difficult, and to become used to them would, I think, require a great deal of practice. For several months bef oro the period of...

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. — 6 February 1890

isKka mm mi -THAT THE Q 0 J 33 THE ACKNOWLEDGED Leader of Low Prices ! That the cash buyer is able to underbuy the long time buyer and therefore able to undersell. Paying cash for all goods and selling for cash only en ables us to quote prices that we know cannot be excelled if equalled. A TALK OH PF.IC3S. Good Prints 5 ft 6c per yard. Ginghams 5 to 10c per yard. Drs Plaids 4KC per yard. Table Linen W-23-25c per yard nnd up. All Lin en table cloths C5c and up. Table and Stand covers 40c to 1.50. lied Spreads 65c and up. Blue and Brown muslins 6c per yard and up. Table Oil Cloth beat quality 0c per yard. Shelf Oil Cloth 5 & 7c per yard. Jeans 13-16-20c and up. Ladles Corsets '25c to 1.00. Good woven cor.ots 75 to 83c. Gloroa l3-I8-2uc and up. Ladles Collars 3 10c. " Cutis 10c per pair. Gents l ply linen collars 8 & 10c. ' 4 " cntTs 13 to -20c. " ct Haloid collars 15 & 20c " cuffs 80c per pair. Uating thread will do good work on machine, 2c per spool. 8pool Silk 3c colors ...

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. — 6 February 1890

V A M i in fc E V Have your prescriptions componnded at John M. Gleissner's Drug store, east side of -Broadway, cor. 3d st. 39-Jy ejledor. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1890 ABUUT PEOPLE. D. F. Shirk was up from Chapman. Win. Ramsey, one of Solomon's prominent farmers, was in the city. W. E. A. Meek, Dillon's prominent farmer, was in town attending court. J. W. Lowe, Herington's popular druggist, spent the afternoon in the city. C. R. Troxel, one of north Dickin son's best teachers, was a Reflector caller. Judge M. B. Nicholson's familiar figure once more ornaments the streets of Abilene. Frof. S.; M. Cook, principal of the Caapman high school, was in the city this morning. A. M. Crary, editor of the Uerington Times, is one of the leading jurors of the district court. Mrs. A. II. Smith, one of the Re ixectou's many Dillon friends, was in the city this morning. Fred Ilartman, one of Herington's prominent business men, is in attend ance on district couit. J. C McXamee, Hope's real estate man,...

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. — 6 February 1890

:j IK if LoVfs LABOE LOST. J ' f The Beginning and End of the Chi cago University. Base Uses to Which Stephen A. Douglas' Gift to Chicago May Come The Uttle Giant and His ," . Weighty Son. 2, Special Chicago Correspondence The name and fame of Stephen A. Douglas are closely identified with the growth and development of the State of Illinois and the city of Chicago. The "Little. Giant," who, horn in 1813 in Vermont, and early apprenticed to the trade of cabinet-making, was compelled to educate himself, always had a loving sympathy with struggling young men; and prompted hy this feeling ho was easily persuaded to contribute a portion of his possessions toward the foundation of a university in Chicago. How he ac cumulated his wealth is a matter of his tory. Ill health compelling him to give up tho trade for which his paronts had intended him, he studied law in Canan daigua, N. Y., and in 1833 came West, settling at Jacksonville, I1L His tal ents were quickly recognized and ap preciated...

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. — 6 February 1890

n W i L V i.t P V J fr" CAMP-FIRE STORIES. RELICS .OF TECUMSEH, HI) Powder-Horn and a Piece of His Skin Presented to a G. A. R. Post. An interesting bit of Indian war his tory of this vicinity i3 brought out by the presentation to Huff Post, G. A. R., at Lawrenceburg, of a powder horn, one the property of the Indian Chief tain Tecumseh. This horn was carried slung across Tecuniseh's shoulder in the famous battle of the Thames in 1S13. It was presented to the post by Henry Morris, of Lawrcnceburg. He is a son of "VVm. Morris better known to Ohio Valley pioneers as "Indian Bill," who figured in many savage and bloody encounters. After the great fight, seventy-six years ago, "Indian Bill" found the body of the slain warrior. The powder horn still attached to the string around Tecum seh's neck, lay on his breast. The scout removed it and preserved it as the most sacred of his relics. At his death, a few years ago, he presented it to his son Henry. The horn was cut from the head of the f...

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. — 6 February 1890

pP&vttB$Jf&iet i.di y mj jjn njrjvrjjt ajjnysuni ?5 hr Mife THURSDAY, FEBRUABY 6, 1890 RECENT REFLECTIONS. SIght,dr:ifts often cause temporary blindnepr AKeuTy spring lints are appearing in the dry goods store windows. Where do all the men come from when a dog-fight alarm is sounded? Thefirst twelfth of the year is gone; so. are most of the resolutions made q it. .. As&Balley and Miss Francis Reed were married at Solomon, Jan. 26, by Rev. E. H. Bailiff. Ash Wednesday, the beginning of Lent, dates from the 19th of Febrnaiy this year, and Easter Sunday, the close of Lent, falls on April 6th. Humanity seems to have about so much 'sickness all the time. No more is measles gone than whooping cough and chicken pox are on hand. The real estate transfers recorded in Dickinson this week amount to $41,700 and no exceptionally large deals were va'fide. ' Who says no property is changing hands? The real estate men are daily re ceiving inquiries regarding lands from eastern parties, ...

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. — 13 February 1890

' V -tV-ytctcs 1 Ibileme tl It Z i VOL. TO. j REFLECTOR, Established-1883 1 I GAZETTE, Established 1875 i ABILENE, DICKINSON COUNTY, KANSAS, FEB, 13, 1890. I THE ABILENE REFLECTOR. j Official Paper of Citv and Countv. NO. 25. "Ti. Ju JZtC&tTb y B CARTEKSI CUR! Bck H adache and relieve all tho troubles lnc dent to a bilious state of tho system, sncli tz Dizziness, Nausea, Drowsiness. Distress after. eating. Pain in tho Side, &c While thoIrTncct remarkable success baa been shown in cuzir Headache, yet Cartcr'a Llttlo liver Pfila ai2 equally valoablo In Constipation, curing end pic venting thla annoying complaint. whilo they also correetalldisordersofthostomachtinjnlatotba Jivor ana regulate the bowels. Even IT they only curea Acliatheywonldbealmostpricelesstotliosewho Bnifer from this distressing complaint; butfortu nately their goodness does notendhereaind thoso nho once try them will find theso llttlo pills valu able in so many ways that they will not bo wil ling to do witho...

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. — 13 February 1890

THE KEFLECTOB, THURSDAY, .FEBRHABY 13, 1690. IlVjWf;., w TO FLORENCE. A Valentine. CAHCE I dare tovteH you, Florence, " Of the secret that I hold, Lest you, with a fine ab horrence, , Saying lam over Bold, Tos your queenly head and pont your Pretty scarlet lips in scorn; But I've dreamed so ranch about your Loving ways both night and morn. That at last I have de cided, Though you think me sadly weak, And declare me most misguided, Now to speak! When the summer's golden glory Hade the earth divinely fair. First I dared to breathe the story Of my secret to the air, Longing that some sprite or spirit, Disembodied, lurking near. Listening might chance toTiear it. And repeat it in your car. With my message no befriending Fairy to your chamber flew. Or I should not now be sending This to you. Autumn'? tnzy skies above yon Wy& as brilliant as tho trees, When, at eve, I heard "I love you, In each murmur of the breeze. Yet I could not summon courage. Could not trust my faltering tonguo, ...

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. — 13 February 1890

THE "REFLECTOB, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 1?, 1890. ; i ? Jr y fiUIN NOT IN SIGHT. FrM-Tradn Claims Controverted by JILs .& torjr and Experience. - Boger Q. Mills was at Boston the other 'day to make an address at a f ree trado banquet, and among other things ho said: When the home market is shut In toy Chinese vails or Boston port bills, or Morrill tariffs, im portation is shut off; thtt shuts off exporta tion, that throws down the prices of agricult ural products, that lessens the capacity of half the pouulatlon to buy, that restricts consump tion, ihat decreases production, that shuts out employment, lowers wages, decreases wealth and brings blight and mildew on the land. Well, wo have had "Chinese walls," if you choose to call Morrill tariffs by that name, steadily for almost thirty years, but they have not "decreased wealth" nor brought "blight and mil dew on the land." On the contrary, this country is incomparably more pros perous than arj free-trade country on the face of the Jl...

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. — 13 February 1890

!l OLID ' 5 a A k S1A9 :jC RESUSCITATED! WE HAVE JUST TRADED FOR A $20,000.00 stock: oif1 mm SRFYiSTi fTT i H Ok All purchased since last March. Also, bought H. S. Tisdale's interest in the wm m i ubme e s . We do not propose to keep these goods on the shelves. We invite the general public, and especially the old patrons of the Bee Hive, to call-and inspect this fine stock. We have an unusually large assortment oi Boots & 3 hoes For Men and Boys, Ladies and Misses. Also a large stock of Rubber G-oods. These are good, clean goods, but we cannot afford to carry them in stock and in order to dispose of this surplus stock we propose to give our cus tomers an advantage, such as was never off ered in Abilene by any business house, name ly: From Thursday, Feb. 13, '90, at 9 o'clock a. m., to Saturday, March 1st, at 6 o'clock p. m., we will give you, or any member of your family, a AW l bl On this lot of Boots and Shoes, and any ar ticle of merchandise, except Groceries, for sale by us....

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
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