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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 28 December 1901

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Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 28 December 1901

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Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 28 December 1901

0 0j j j jI F I I irtL1 i R g 1 01 ftIE r SE C0LOEBB l lirtL1 y E I > Ii it Ii i w Altt tCAN W ASRmGTON D D1 C CI H t f 1 i THE BAPTISTS UNITING UNITINGI tJNITINGf UNITINGFL FL f < J the pie Two Great Bodies of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedCity F States States Hed a Meeting in This City for forthe fori i E i the Benefit of a Closer Union and andVery andJ andc c J t Very Wisely Agreed to Agree AgreeA Agreef Agreef f Ft + f A mOEt representative representa ive gatheiing of ofthe Ofthe oft t the colored and white Baptists of the theUnited theUnited i 4 ° United Blades BtB es met in this city last lastTfaek I r 1 week for the purpose pnrp e of settling their fcneiralleged theirf theiralleged f alleged differences and to bring about aboutunion aboutt r y t union and more harmony in the work workThe workThe workThe The colored 0 lored Baptista represented ther the theHome theHome r + i a Home Mi Mission 9Fion Boards of the theBaptist National NationalBaptist NationsBap...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 28 December 1901

tD CL cOLOrEb ED AMER10ANJ AMin2cYA1 W ASmNG ON D 111 r DOINGS DOINGSA AROUND SYRACUSE SYRACUSEA A Colored Headwater Succeeds a White WhiteOne WhIteOneLocal WhiteOneLocal One OneLocal Local News Notes NotesSyracuse lotesSyracuse 1 otes otesSyracuse Syracuse N Y Special SpecialMr Mr Ed Edward Edward Edward ¬ ward Powell who has been in Boston Bostonfor Bostonfor Bostonfor for several months as captain In the theCastle tbeCastle theCastle Castle Square Hotel was called home1a8 home homelas homelae las p week to attend the funeral of his hisfather bisather hisfather father in Fulton which took place placeMonday placeMonday placeMonday Monday at 230 p m The deceased deceasedwas deceasedwas deceasedwas was 61 years old and is survived bythree by bythree bythree three children two sons and a daughterAltar daughter daughterfbe daughterfbe fbe Y be beSccal Altar Guild Society gve gaV g + va a Crepon Crepongcc Grepon8ccsl gcc 8ccsl al at the th home of Mr C Bsiey Bai e Y 810 E Washington str...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 28 December 1901

cO cOI cOIf t tt7 e t7 I I s If 1 1I 7 j r J I f rZHl mzOOWUD OOEOXED Ut + i 1f nt = P t i if h L 1 PROGRESS P PgOG OGRESS RESS IN DIXIEtJ DIXIE DIXIEAfro 1 t 1t Afro AfroAmricans Americans mericans in Central Georgia Solv Solving SolvoIng Solyw Solyit ¬ a w tJ I it ing the Problem Prob emThey They are Controlin Controling ControlingFactors Controllnga g gFactors Factors in the Trades and Professions ProfessionsMieon Professions1f Professionsi i 1f Macon Ga G 1a Special SpecialA ecialA9 As your our readers readersHeldom readetaseldom readersseldom seldom here anything frcm irl m the central centralcity centralr centralcity r city of Georgia and decided de Ided to send a afew ad at 1 s d t few items whIch whic i may be of interest to tothe tothe tos F the th e many readers of our leading 3 b bLf race racepapar racepa Lf paper pa > r We are trying to keep step to tothe toibe tothe the mcaic mn lc in the march of progress progressWi progressWI IOre 88 88Zvi Wi hin the city limits th...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 28 December 1901

nJ i e I i ia a c A TO Do C 13 T NeISOftS sirilighline sirilighlineMakes SiF1 s PqIflinc PqIflincllirm Makes KINHY KINHYCU81V CU81V CU81VFREE lIidr llirm llirmTh Slridghl SlridghlThe The Th Ideal HAIR DRESSING DRESSINGF FREE F fREE PR FROM ALL SMJURiOVS CHEMICALS GHEffiiALSGUARANTEED CREMACALSUARARTEED GUARANTEED PERFECTLY HARMLESS HARMLESSJtfZf HARMLESSAT H4RMLESt JtfZf AT elsonJ I > s ftraightine ftficrhfitt t V lo ot ° only straightens the hair hai but by nor norJ flourcshcng = JLU1t J iJLrtelgriZirit L Ishlng the roots prevents it from falling fallingout falltngout fallingout out removes Dandruff cures itching irritating Scalp Diseases Di eases and gives a along along along long and Beautiful Head of Hair It is i used and highly endorsed by the best bestpeople bestpeople bestpeople people in all sections of this country We guarantee Straightine to be free freefrom freefrom freefrom from all injurious chemicals and cannot injure the hair Straightlne does doesnot doesnot doesno...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 28 December 1901

a i CJllt l SHI 80LQ81B OOL 1m AME8K3AH ASmIGm > > t IItI ffIiIItta ffIiIIttaa a IIiI 1 IISL CI 1IIi IE > > 414JOOiiJOiiJoloo6oiiJOiiiloiiiloiiil 4 4pi9oiiJiitPoiiJooiiJ 4oil1 oJiloiif1oiiOiiJo41Oi6oOo oJiloiif1oiiOiiJo41Oi6oOof f II 18E N T EeEIVED ft ftft I ITo ft = To THE COLORED COLOR ED PEOPLE PEOPLEof OF AMERICA 1iMERICRKing I ft t 4 IJ 4 King J of all Hair Tonic e eZONO ZONO f re 0 0III 0C Q < C I C IIIC III t 0 0I D 0D I i I FORE A fF 1 AFTER AFTERi 1 p f lt e i rf lta Jl Recognizing the fact that there ther are many SOCALLED 50 CALLED hairgrowers hair growers and andi t P a I i hairstraighteners now on the market and knowing to a certainty that many J of these are frauds pure and simple we ve wish to make a straightforward i honest statement to the colored race through this great paper In InjP jP the year 1871 our late secretary Mrs MI S M 1 Moore through a fortunate fortunateJ fortunatecircumstance J l i circumstance acquired the receipt re eipt for OZONO OZ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 28 December 1901

IT I AICSBlCAir WAHI W VAThI ASBn < < e rroN JIfs A II 1 I CLAIRVOYANT CLAIRVOYANTAND C1A1AVOYANT C1A1AVOYANTAND AND ASTROLOGIST ASTROLOGISTLife Life from cradl to grave Give Givenames Givenames Givenames names in fall o othose athose othose those you have orf orfwill orlwill orfwill will marry causes causeshappy causeshappy causeshappy happy marriage to tothose tothose tothose those you desire desireunites desireunites desireunites unites those sepa separated separated separated ¬ rated never fails failsIf fail failIf failsIf If you are in doubt doubtas doubtas as to the outcome outcomeof outcomeof outcomeof of any undertaking undertakingin in business social socialor socialor socialor or domestic life lifesickness lifesickness i isickness sickness divorces divorcesseparations divorcesseparations divorcesseparations separations law lawsuits lawt lawtsuits lawtsuits suits lost or absen absenfriends absenfriends absenfriends friends in inter t ere e re e j ou i if you desire to...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 28 December 1901

1 z i l iH j I 11 to i mI1Jt fj t 1J JIImm DRmGTOJi Gt GtI < > < i w + < r wqen JI I a it j e a c l c tjf fgffJ 4 vTtJtbryR < h 0 L iYI f J c < J 1 4 i T J1 Lt A Y UV i Y 7 ra n yj Y aQ 8 8a 1 1 1tt f d < i < V SMiY w tt H I t t q a fffl t i t 1 p 1 TJ i J U I If t I f 1 1 i7 1 iw es5 I Ifffl r r f 4 r rA ra ry I It n t a t I It t t t A y SraighFens KfflkyCury Har Harr t J < f itc itcA A 3 r y S Sf f 9 M Mr T 7 7r r V 7 t 4 j IIi i J j i < j 1 t r TTRAD MARK t f 71 71TTRAD I I 4 r j = C37 1 1cQD cQD r l 1 r rr ri ri rr r i i k c r v tfmI2 = f iIfiI tSiI tSiN iIfiIE J r I E V TE i < f t c i < > JI A AlP 7 > > < H > f d i 1 1i i 1 N order to protect the public from the numerous quack nostrums now on the market which claim to straighten and cause c u ethe ethehair the thehair thehair < II hair to grow long and which are simply put up by a lot of p quacks uacks charlatans and fakirs who have no chemical skill with the thesole thesole...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 4 January 1902

bt < 3 7 Y Ya ti tij a j Y Yr < r V Ar Ark I f I k c dlgiQt I G GhS t 1t 1 > hS f ff 1 1 1tit tit titiJ iJ t I t tj tt t j II r it itt t 11 1 1VOL i 15 4 f VOL IX NO39 NO 39 WASHINGTON D C SATURDAY JANUARY 41902 4 1902 PRICE FIVE CENTS 1 R RPU TOUCAN p BtlGAN ICAR ICARThe SUPREMACY SUPREMACYTbe SUPREM GY I II I I The Tenets o of the Party of Lincoln Lincoln LI coIn Grantand GrantandMcKinley Grant and andMcKinley 1 McKinley McKinleyI McKinleyThe t I The Party of Progress Progress The Party of ofRight ofRightand ofRight Right Rightand and and Justice JusticeMr = Mr MrGaoW GBO W E his lisAnatbamezes UsAnal hisAnatbamezes Anatbamezes Anal amezes the Democracy land Pa Pass Passt s sa sa t a Glowing Tribute Trib t to President Rocse RooBevclt Roesewelt Rocsevelt welt velt and the Nejjre egre Soldiery SoldieryWe SoldieryWe Soldieryt t j We cannot present the picture of the theisub thE8l1b1 theis is 1 > isub = 8l1b1 ct ctof ci of rour our s etch to thPrreaders th thpread < re...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 4 January 1902

i iI F f c I I iSSS S OOLOBKD XUJBBD AinflttOAJt ou If WJ J tBDGT ER330H 1ft IX f t How Shall The TheNegro Theme ThemeNegro ss ssNegro Negro be Educated Only In a limited Um1t d sense can the con oontent content content tent of education be the basis of constitutional consti constitutional constitutional ¬ tutional enactment The question of ofmethod ofmetho ofmethod method is necessarilly o ne that will willprovoke wIllprovoke willprovoke provoke discussion for human policies policiesmust policiesmust policiesmust must ever change to meet the require requirements requirements requirements ¬ ments of new ideas Civil Clvllizltin CivIllz z itin it i in iscomplex is iscomplex Iscomplox complex and the human mind that thatgraapi thatvaBpl thatgrasps grasps the ruling ideas of our times timesmust timesmust timesmust must be trained and cuituredain IP D many manyarta any anyarta ny nyartD arta that hat give color and cast to civillzatlon civiliza civilization civilIzaIQn ¬ tion tionIt tlon...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 4 January 1902

n I I II I I I Y U UJitEb urmtt A1fW WASHttCGtoir 91n1fG1 1f fit tt rFJ REV JOSEPH A BOOKER BOOKERPresident BOOKERPreldent President of Arkansas Baptist College C01 lege r A MAN MAN OF HISTORY HISTORYProf HISTORYProf HISTORYProf Prof Joseph A Booker BookerThe The Leader of ofthe ofthe ofthe > the Southwest Educator Orator Oratorand Oratorand and Journalist JournalistI JournalistNo JournalistNo L No man in the country has risen risenabove risenabovee risenabove above abovee adenity eYlronment and carved out of ad adversity adraUT ¬ versity raUT a more honorable place in the theblitorj thetltory thebt bt blitorj ° tory of his fellowmen than has Prof ProfJoioph ProfJouph Joioph A Booker President n the theArkansas theArkansas theArkansas r Arkansas Baptist B ptllt College Born De Deo DeOtmbor Deoombor o Otmbor mb r twenty sixth oizth1S59 1859 near the ru rur rural rural ral r l Post Office Oftl e of Portland Arkansas Arkansasbli ArKansashi Arkansashis his hi early years were spent o...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 4 January 1902

I IAtAL dii e rJ IiJMI < 1 JY c NEW JERSEY TO THE FRONT t The State of New Jereey is not very verylarge verylar verylarge lar large eIn In area but ehe Eh is great in the re resources reBonroes reeoaroee sources of her citizens She was the thebattle thebattJe thebattle battle battle ground of the Amerinnn Amerifl < jn n Revolu Revolution ReVllutlon Bevolution ¬ tion and from colonial days down own to tothe tothe totbe the present time rer > er sons have ba e been re renowned rEnowned renowned ¬ nowned in war end illustrious in peace peaceShe PeaoAShe peaoRShe She bas been perhat perbaiS s the fair fatrt st of all allthe aIJthe allthe the states of the t e Unicn In the trea treament treament treameat ment of her colored colorsdcltizens citzens There Therebaa Therebas lherehaa baa been no time In the history hiat ry of the theState the8tate theState State when colored men didnt vote voteand voteand voteand and when the colored and white people peoplethroughout pent peoDletbr ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 4 January 1902

T 4 r IIto ftl OOLORmJ WR ArER10A AOAtATG 1tA to1tr yA < J 8 NEW EW SCHOOL SCHO L PRINCIPAL PRINCIPALMrs l Mrs Anna J Cooper Chosen to Succeed SucceedMr SuCceed SuCceedMr SucceedMr Mr R H Terrell TerrellAt TerrellAt TerrellAt At a ppecicl me meting < tinjr of the board of ofeducation offdooRtl ofeducation education fdooRtl < lD held at the Franklin Bnil Build 8oIMIng BuildIng J Jing ing last Saturday Mra Anna 3 Cioptr Cioptrvice CJOpHvice C roper ropere e vice principal of the TW street high hichschool highpchool highschool school was W 8 promoted to be prlncipf1 prlncipf1to 1 1t t to succeed R H Terrell resigned resignl d Mr MrTerrell MtTerrell MrTerrellWas Terrell TerrellWas was recently appointed one of ofthe ofthe ofthe the justice of the peace for the DiR District DiRtrlct Dietrier ¬ trict and his resignation was accepted acceptedat acceptedat at the meeting held last Tuesday even evening evenID evenIt ¬ ing ID ingjt It was necessary to eleob a successor MRS ANNA J COO...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 4 January 1902

tea teaB r v B SEE COL01ID AMERICAS WASEIHGTOH D 0 t P BOOKER T WASHINGTON WASHINGTONA A Brief Panygerlc of Ihe 1 he Races Most MostRenewed MostBenowed MostRenowed Renewed Leader LeaderOne LeadrOne Leaderi LeaderOne i One of the most marvellous of ofAmericas ofAmericas ofAmericas Americas Nln eteeth Century achieve achievements achievements achievemente ¬ ments la that remarkable genius and andunique andllnJque andnnlque unique character known as the Self SelfHade SelfMade SelfMade Made Man and one of the moat illus illustrious lllastrlonl hluetrione ¬ trious examples now living llvln is Booker BookerT T Washington WaBhln ton the inimitable uWiz uWizard Wizard Wiz Wizaid ard of Tuskegee It is an oftrepeatedsaying oftrepeated oftrepeateday oftrepeatedlalnlt saying ay ing that some men are born great greliome greatsome ret retlome some achieve it and some have great greatness greatDES9 greatnese ness thrust upon them Whether Whethergreatness Whethergreatness Whethergreatness greatness...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 4 January 1902

m 7 7I I i ir r I lID f C fOBID tI IUOU maGlVlr D It n f Ii L r eiVA eiVAr eiVAIYpft t r IYpft IYpftThe The Me Mrst st Worshipful V orshlpfl11 Grand Lodge Lodgewu LodgeV V wu convened 1D the 54th 4 h annual communloatlon com comIDunlostion IDunlostion Wednesday December 11th 11thbV 11thby bV the Moet W Worshipful r hlptul Grand Master MasterRobert MaaterRobert Robert H lerrell ap81ated bV the theBEVerd theseveral several grand officers in their respective respectiveItatlone respectivestations > stations the first business was the lead IeadIng 1 Ing of the minutes of the semi annual sonualand annualand and special communcatlons by the ther venerable Grand Secretary Will am H Hlyer HMyers r Myers lyer alter whloh the Grand Lodge MR L O BAILEY BAILEYL BAILEYdtPposed t dlllp08ed ot two petitions cummg from fomWarren fromWarren L Warren Lod Lodge e No8 No 8 when the fo low lowIng 1owing Ing Grand R3vrelentatlves from the theI theatatea Itattl of Weet Virginia VirgInIa and andSouth and...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 4 January 1902

= 1 1B = = B f fHB HE COLORED AMERICAS WASEJffOTOir ACO1 < < ft tJt tJtL S L 041 A J 1 L 1Jbe FIeolored Golored GoloredPubllilitd lored 7IlIlerican 7IlIlericanPubl1ahed Publlilitd by rEX COLORED AMBBIOAH Pub Publlnblng Publ1 Pubneblhg llnblng l1 blng Company CampanyA A NATIONAL N NE6JtO ttKO NEWSPAPER NEWSPAPERPubUabBd NEWSPAPERPubJ1JlbCtt1 NEWSPAP1yRPnbllthad PubUabBd tlVUIJ vury Saturday at 459 9 C St N W WWuHDlngton WWwmlngton WWw Ww WuHDlngton nington D J C CriUBbOKLPTION cUB CdUBSORIP11ON riUBbOKLPTION UB ORLPlION BATES BATESOne BATESOne RATESOne One year 5200 52003Ix 200 2003ix 200lx 3ix lx months monthsThree 110 110Th 110Thte Three Th Thte a monfiH mont1l 60 60INVABIABLY 00INV BOINVABIABLY INVABIABLY INV ARIABL Y IN ADVANCE ADVANCEdab ADVANCEdubacrlptlon ADVANCEr ADVANCESubscriptions r Subscriptions dab orlptlonn may be aent by postofflca postodloamoney postofflcamoney postomcemoney money order express or by registered < letter 1letterAll letterAll letterA11 All comm...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 4 January 1902

lit j 1 q fBX IImIX UDC4HKD AKKRK5AR AW fUOAR e t 1 l1iry jfiy heights the t 1 Negro baa h8 evinced a apatriotism apatriotism apatrlott patriotism patrlott that is the marvel of the theworld theworld theworld world Great was the soldier who ho fol followed followed followed ¬ lowed Alexander In the conquest of the theworld theworld theworld world or Caesar Car8 r in the tbeeubjugatlon subjugation of ofthe ofthe ofthe the Ganls or the reat Xflaptleon v In all alltte antte tte dszz Ing splendor splendorger of his histhe military militarygerina mlltaryget gerina get iua Ban greater was the colored coloredecldier coloredStldhr coloredeildkr ecldier wI 0 followed Grant to Appc Appcruattox AppCIIJsttox Appemattox ruattox EdtJbafter to Santiago The Theformer Theformer former fought ft ught for the glory of his general gen general general ¬ eral the lattter for the glory of a prin principal princlpal principel ¬ cipal as stateless as a star The former formerfought formerfungbt formerfIugbt ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 4 January 1902

V c cCOLOie L t i COLOie COLOt J Al A1ir 1UOANW OAN A mrmGT II O1 f D Ct 0 I i H p A J 1 It to lt I IA I A LOCAL DENTIST DENTISTABfl DENTISTI DENTISTAid I And His Power To Extract J 7t 7tN N lPt i8t OC t One of our uptown dentists who isnoted is isnoted 18noted noted for his skill skillin In the torture Cham Chamber chamber ham hamber ¬ ber and for his muscular development deralopmentbad dev developmenthad lopment lopmenthad had an experience recently with one of ofhis ofhis ofhr his patients a well known p pote8sloml pote8slomlKentleman ofeasiontl ofeasiontlgentleman ofeesiontlgentleman gentleman which while it proved his hisability hisability hisability ability and peraeverence lost him a acustomer acastomer acietomer customer ana and cost him some cash foi foirepairs fOlrepalra foirepalra repalra The patient in question had an anunsound anuUBound anunsound unsound molar which caused suoa suf euffaring suffering suIferlnK ¬ faring that he finally overcame his biflnatural blsnatufl...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 4 January 1902

L r I r Ir 1 j jI I t i ic E I I < c d tWilCOL t Ifift oDLOisb bAII AM UOA AK t HItG1 xx a n l f = MARRIED HER STEPSON STEPSONon STEPSONtomsntio Itom tomsntio ntic Young Hoosier Gets She SheConaent SI e eConsent Consent to the Stranget Union Unionon Unionon on Record RecordA A marriage which has the distinction distinctionof isUnctionof of being one of the most unique ever eversolemnized ever50lemnized everEolemnized solemnized in northern Indiana and in inother inother inother other states perhaps took place a afew afewdays few fewdays fewdays west of Bremen Ind The Theparties Theparties Theparties days ago parties in this strange contract were wereWilliam wereWilliam wereWilliam William and Florence Randers the thebride thebrido thebride bride being the young youngmans mans step stepmother stepmother stepmother ¬ mother motherThe motherThe motherThe The young oungman man applied to the county countyclerk countyc1erk countyclerk clerk for a marriage license but his GETTING THE L...

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