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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 22 August 1914

j , CITY NEWS. Mrs. Llgo Hendricks and son left to day for a two -weeks' stay la the country. Sirs. Martha Martin, mother of Mrs. Robert Simpson, 1323 Bast 14th street, Is 111 at her residence. FOR RENT 1011 Tracy Avenue. Nicely furnjshedi rooms In modern house, for gentlemen; reasonable. Born to Mr. and Mrs. James Ander son, 1105 Woodland, a son, August 9th. The little follow Is doing nicely. WANTED Colored lady barber. Splendid opportunity. 'Address Mad am H. C Walls, 878 South State St., Chicago, III. Madame P. M. Dabney, who has been touring the state In the Interest of her hair preparations, has returned home for a month's stay. FOR RENT 2440 Montgall avenue, 6 rooms modern, $22.50 per month. J. M. Day, N.. W. Cor. 18th and Paseo. Grand 1413 Bell phone Miss Vernon Carter, Garden City, Kas., Is In the city visiting relatives and Is residing at the residence of Mrs. Daisy Smith, 1211 East 21st street. Mrs. T. C. GreenBtreet, 2455 Mont gall avenue, left Sunday afternoon for Memphi...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 22 August 1914

Human Documents of Married Life By Virginia T. Vxn dm Water Intimate and Human, Intensely Alive, Each Story Presenting a Problem Which Might Occur to Any One of Us at Any lime WHY I LEFT HOME 7 WAS an only child. This in itself would seem to bo a sufficient reason for a daughter to livo at home. In ray case tt was not My mother was a sweet- faced, soft-spoken woman. One of my earliest recollec tions 1b of watching her making my dainty clothes, for she was deft with her Angers. I fancy I had a happy childhood, as childhoods go. There Is n popular fiction that the happiest time of one's life Is when one Is so young that one Is absolutely under the control of one's "governors, teachers, pastors and masters." Perhaps It la, but as a small girl 1 longed often to have my own way. I told my father this once when I was but ten years of age. He smiled whimsically and patted my head. "Ah, little girl," ho expostulated, "how foolish you are! Here Is your dad wishing that he need never decide w...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 22 August 1914

I mim cms - As a race, perhaps, we are too prone to emphasize the evil some few of the whites do ue, and too Inconsiderate of the good that others of the same race do for us; too rebellious against the wrongs that somo white men Inflict upon us and too unappreciatlve of the benefits others of the white race be stow upon us; too hasty, at times, In our sweeping denunciations because of somo discriminating statuto some white legislator would have enacted, and too unmindful of tho unostenta tious, forcible and unselfish service other white men are rendering us; too assiduous In oUr perusal of white an tagonistic publications for bitter criti cisms of the race and too lax In noting the splendid editorials and helpful ar ticles other white publications are pub lishing on and for us; too apt to make a country-wide issue out of tho dis missal of some $660 negro federal 'la borer, while overlooking the large con tributions of efforts and money that white philanthropists arc making for our u...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 22 August 1914

This question comes at a time of Great Bereavement. Many are Least Prepared for It Unhesitatingly the answer Is, the Firm that does not take Ad vantage of Its patrons because of peculiar bereavement, but Pro tects 'and Advises them Sympathetically. The firm that Is well known for Its Upright Dealing and Un questioned Integrity. Such a firm Is C. H. Countee, Undertaker and Licensed Em balmer. It entered the business first and Paved the way for the others. Its Nineteen years of un stinted satisfaction to Hundreds of patrons In the conduct of Thou sands of funerals enable It to un derstand, the Peculiar needs of the patrons of Greater Kansas City. The firm whose goods are of the best quality, prices the Most Reasonable services the Prompt est, Most Efficient and Most Courteous. IF YOU DESIRE MODERATE PRICES, THE BEST QUALITY, COURTESY AND PROMPTNESS, CALL C. H. COUNTEE, UNDERTAKER 2220 VINE ST. Lady Attendant' BOTH PHONES FOR KENT Six room house, strict yq modern, with steam heat. Inqu...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 29 August 1914

21) e Ifougfe ALL THE NEWS FEARLESS DEFENDER OF THE RACE ALL THE TIME VOLUME VII. NUMBER 1. KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI, 'SATURDAY, AUGUST 29, 1914. TRICE, 5c. MAYOR J OST : Shall Prejudice and Wrong or Right and Justice Prevail ? Bun REV. J. W. HURSE, the brilliant pastqr of St. Stephens' Baptist Church of this city who had the biggest vote of any manln a contest at the Grand Lodge of U. B. F. TENNIS CLUB SCORES BIG HIT Splendid Conduct of Players Both On and Off the Field WINEAVORABLSCOMMENT The' Matchless Management and Handling of the Men by Captain McQueen Carrion Largely Resoonsible for Their Overwhelming Victory. , PREPARATION FOR NEXT YEAR. Tlie magnificent and decisive vic tory of the Kansas City Tennis Club over their St. Louis rivals is still the talk of the big town on the eastern border ' of our state. And they are still dazed from the crushing defeat administered by the boys from the banks of the Kaw. St. Loufs was much elated on the first day when KANSAS CITY'S CHAMPION. TE...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 29 August 1914

DIRECTORY OF TUB Negro Business League of Kansas City; F. J. Weaver, Pres. E. A. Robinson, Secy. Members will please report any mIMako or change of address to 13 ' A. Robinson, Financial Secretary and Fiscal Acent. Bell Phone East TBI AUTHOR AND WRITER. C. A. Starks, 1125 Vino street. Bell phone, East 1128-W. AUTOMOBILE'S. Bob Robinson, 7 Passenger Car to Hire, 1219 Baltimore Ave. Day Phone, Grand 3125; Night: Bell, East 1769; Home, Main 84G7. Chas. Monroe, 2102 Woodland Auto & Hack Service. Bell EaBt 5194. Jas. Cowden, 1617 E. 12th St. Automobile to hire. Bell East 26; Home Main 1632. ; Wm. D. Foster Auto Co., 1423 Forest, hire and repair; office Bell' Grand 1630W; res. phone Bell East 4417 W, Thomas Black, 7-Pnssenger Packard, Safety and Service. Bell, East 2833. Home, Main C545. BAKERS. Bessie Evnns' Cook Shop and Catering, 2428 Vine St. Bell phone, East 3637. Henry Compton, home bakery, 1512 East 18th. ' Susio Owens, 2329 Vine. George Purnell, 1312 Vino; East 4915W Bell. BAR...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 29 August 1914

iNjUMnoM SHNSQM LESSON , Dr E. O. SELLERS, Director of Evening Department, The Moody Bible Institute, Chicago.) LESSON FOR AUGUST 30 A DAY OF QUESTIONS. '' WESSON TEXT Matt. 22:15-22. ..(JOLDEN TEXT "They say unto Him, Caesar's. Then said Ho unto them, ren der therefore Unto Caesar tho things that Are Caesar's; and unto God the things that are God's." Malt. 22:21 n. V. M ue h fe b ach's "A HOME PRODUCT" "A DELICIOUS DRINK" "A BEER OF PURITY" a Surpassed by None in the Market. Geo. Muehlebach Brewing Co. Bell Phone 777 Grand Kansas City, Mo. Home Phone 3277 Main The tltlo of this lesson Btiggcets moro than the portion of Scripture se lcted Beoms to warrant. Wo have seen In previous lessons how the Mas. ter condemned and denounced the rulers by his teaching In parables. This led tho Pharisees to take coun. sel how they might ensnare him (v. 15). Threo questions were asked, one political, one doctrinal and one ethi cal. Our next lesson deals with tho third question. Secret Methods. I. ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 29 August 1914

THE KAN SAS CITY SUN All 6ommunlcatlona ihould be addn to The Kanstu City Sun, ISO! Bast 18th Pall Phone Emt 989. Entered as second-class matter, Augutt 12, 1J08, lit the postofflce at Kansas City, Nelson C Crews...... ..Editor nnd Owner WHIa B. Glenn General Manager Qeo. E. Thompton, ............ Adv. Agent J. a, Tyler Advertising Solicitor Kva P. Washington , , .Traveling Representative Jlosa Morton Collector .Ima Crews Collector . SUBSCRIPTION RATES: -One Tear ...... ...,.....$1.S0 61x Months 75 Three Months , CO It occasionally haonena that tinners sent to subscribers are lost or stolen. In case .you do not receive any number when due. Inform us by costal card and we will cheerfully forward a duplicate of the missing aumoer. ft ADVERTISING RATE, 60 CENTS PER INCH. CHURCH DIRECTORY. Bethel A. M. K. Church, 24th and Flora. Bt. Stephen's Baptist Church, 604 Char lotte Bt. Christian Church, 19th and Tracy. Centennial IX. li Church, lata and Woodland. Second Baptist Church, 10th and ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 29 August 1914

III ,-. ' ' III II III Mrs. E. C. Bunch Is eonvaleslng'from a sovero attack ot tonsllltls and la grippe. N Mr. B. J. Banks, 1022 Michigan, who has been 111 for flvo weeks, is Con valescing. Miss Glover Hawkins of Lexington, Mo., Is spending a week with Miss Beulah Douglass. FOR. RENT 1011 Tracy Avenue. Nicely furnished rooms In modern house, for gentlemen! reasonable. Miss Armeda Jarrott has returned from a visit of eight weeks with her sister, Mrs. D. A. loving of Chicago, 111. Mrs. Laura Allen of Jacksonville, 111., en route home, stopped In the city the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Mai lory. Mrs. A. h! Tucker and Bertie L. Fisher of 2.34 Woodland avenue, went to Excelsior Springs lor a two weeks' stay. Mr. David Allen and Miss Leila H. Rogers spent last Thursday In Excel sior Springs, renewing old acquaint ances. ,Mio TVtiiaiaiifi nnd Miss Tiella Rob erts havo returned from a threo weeks' pleasant- visit In Minneapolis and St. Talil. Mr. Anthony Overton passed through the city en ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 29 August 1914

Human Documents of Married Life By Virginia T. Van da Water Intimate and Human, Intensely Alive, Each Story Presenting a Problem Which Might Occur to Any One of Us at Any Time WHY I MARRIED AGAIN ERHAPS tho calendar hang ing above my desk, tolling mo what day of the month this Is, has set mo think ing ot the reason that led to my second marriage. For this Is tho anniversary ot my first wedding day. It seems strange that I should remember this, and that there Is nobody to whom I can talk ot tho thoughts that the date brings to me. Ernest and I were absurdly happy, our friends said. Maybe they were right, but I did not see any absurdity in our bliss. My husband's Income was a comfortable one, but not large. I suppose we could have saved money, but we did not try to, and lived up to every cent we had. "Why should we bother?" Ernest would ask merrily. "I'm sure of my Job, and It brings us In enough to give us a good time and to pay as we go. Slnco we have each other, why not make tho mo...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 29 August 1914

SOFT DRINK IS 0L0 Ancient Physician Believed in Efficacy of Pure Water. . M-1EI1 CMES Fifty years of neglect have engon dered conditions which the new-born coal of southern whites, armed with all tho wisdom which modern social science can furnish, will be hard put to to combat. And alas! the south had first to forgo hor own weapons, nay, even to build the forge. In all the south there was no training school for social workers, few social experts, few libraries of social science. The slnglo library of Columbia university contains more valuable books than are owned by all the colleges of the south put together. So the first thing was to train lead ers, all tho way from district nursed to Banltary engineers. Tho new south la daring. It not only contemplated a school for social workers whose fac ulty of white experts should teach In a negro department as well as In classes of their own people, but It dreamed of rallying seven religious de nominations to tho support of the training schoo...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 29 August 1914

'W This question comes at a time of Great Bereavement. Many are Least Prepared for It. The firm that Is well known for Its Upright Dealing and Un questioned Integrity. Unhesitatingly the answer Is, the 'Firm that does not take Ad vantage of Its patrons because of peculiar bereavement, but Pro tects and Advises them Sympathetically. The firm whose goods are of the best quality, prices the Most Reasonable services the Prompt est, Most Efficient and Most Courteous. "i ...j Such a firm Is C. H. Countee, Undertaker and Licensed Em balmer. It entered the business first and Paved the way for the others. Its Nineteen years of un stinted satisfaction to Hundreds of patrons In the conduct of Thou sands of funerals enable It to un derstand the Peculiar needs of the patrons of Greater Kansas City. IF YOU DESIRE MODERATE PRICES, THE BEST QUALITY, COURTESY AND PROMPTNESS, CALL l' C. H. COUNTEE, UNDERTAKER BOTH PHONES 2220 VINE ST. Lady Attendant For Rent Neatly furnished rooms. Modern, quiet neig...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 5 September 1914

Sun ALL THE NEWS ALL THE TIME FEARLESS DEFENDER OF THE RACE VOLUME VI 1. NUMBER 2. KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, SEI'TEMBR 5, 1914. PRICE, 5c. Big Negro Fair at Bunceton, Missouri, Sept. 910-11. Great Programme. mm MAYOR JOST URGED TO VETO OR DINANCE WHICH IS BOTH VICIOUS AND ILLEGAL. September 3, 1914. Hon.. Henry L. Jost, Mayor, Kansas City, Missouri, Dear Sir: Believing that you are the 'Mayor of the whole people, sin cerely Interested In seeing justice done to oven the minority, the jJegro business League of Kansas City wishes to protest Against the recent ordinance prohibiting the location of Colored schools within a radius of twenty-four (2,400) feet of any white school, vice versa, and asks that you veto It. The sponsors for this biH are frank In admitting that Us object Is to prevent the use of the property at Thirty-third street and Jackson avenue for the schoo lof the Negro Baptists of .Missouri.. So eager were they to attain this object that they Jammed the ordinance t...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 5 September 1914

MtlMTlONAL stmrsoiooL LESSON CBr VS. O. SELLERS, Director of Evening Department, The Moodr Bible Institute, Chicago.) LESSON FOR SEPTEMBER 6 On the Day He Celebrates HVk I 11 fT M-lEBICi CULLIWES THE GREAT COMMANDMENTS. LESSON TEXT Mark 11:23-4. GOLDEN TEXT "Thou ehalt love the Lord thy Clod with all thy heart, and with all thy oul, and with all thy strength, and with all thy mind; and thy neighbor a thyself." Luke 10:21. This lesson considers a third ques tion asked of our Lord; two others In this connection we studied last week. It was not so much a ques tion of placing one commandment In competition with another, but rather which commandment most clearly epitomizes or reveals the Qnal prin ciple In law. It was the business of this scribe to know the law and to interpret the commandments. Jesus in his reply quotes from Deut. 6:4, and from Lev. 19:18, which are both in a sense an exposition of the Deca logue. Lova the Dasls. I, The answer of Jesus, vv. 28-34. The scribe's question ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 5 September 1914

STATEMENT OF FACTS BY THE BOARD OF MANAGEMENT OF THE WESTERN COLLEGE. Submitted by Dr. J. H. Qarnett, .President. Tho Board ot Managers ot the West ern College and Industrial Institution located at Macon, Mlssoiirl, 'desires to make tho following statement ot facts to its friends, concerning Its purchase and ownership ot tho property located at 33rd street and Jackson avenue Kansas City, Mo. For the 'past twenty years tho com lege has been located at Macon, Mo., and during its exlstenco there, Wo are proud to say, has accomplished a great work ot education tor the.nra blttoua youth ot our race. As n re sult wo have men' and women In many useful walks of life, and some mis sionaries In tho foreljjn field. It has ,been the wish ot tho managers of the institution for a number or years to locate our college at some place where wo coud bo In close touch with a largpr Negro population than it is pos' slble for us to reach, at Macon, Mo., and also to locate our school where Indigent studen...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 5 September 1914

THE KANSAS CITY SUN All communications should be addnmed to Tbe Kaniaa City Bun, 1803 East 18th Dell phone Eait 999. Entered aa second-class matter, August iz, 1903, at the pottonice at Kansas Ulty, Mo., under the act of March 3, 1879. Nelson C. Crews Editor and Owner Wills B. Glenn General Manager Geo. E. Thompson,.,.. Adv. Agent J. G. Tyler Advertising Solicitor Eva P. Washington , Traveling Representative Rosa Morton Collector HVlma Crews Collector SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Tear , , S1.S0 Biz Months , 75 Three Months .50 It occasionally happens that papers sent to subscribers are lost or stolen. In case ?ou do not receive any number when due, ntorm us by postal card and we will cheerfully forward a duplicate of the missing number. 'A ADVERTISING RATE, to CENTS PER INCH. CHURCH DIRECTORY. Bethel A. M. E. Church, 24th and Flora. St. Stephen's Baptist Church, 601 Char lotte SU Christian Church, 19th and Tracy. Centennial M. E. Church, lsto and Woodland. Second Baptist Church, 10th and...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 5 September 1914

Sir. K. J. Banks, 1022 Michigan, who has been 111 for flvo weeks, Is ton' valesclng. ' A largo delegation has gone to Par sons, Kas., where the U. ti. P. and S. II. T. grand lodges hold forth this week. , Miss Eva Taylor has returned from tho East, where sho visited .with friends In Toronto, Detroit' and Chi cago. ' , . Mrs. John -Taylor of Lawrence, spent the we.ek end with Mrs. Essie Lewis. Miss Margaret Mason has returned' home to St. Joseph, after a pleasant Btay with her father at 1908 E 13th street. Every, Negro In Greater Kansas City should visit tho Carnival. All kinds of amusements and then think what It's for. Miss Lela Williams of Philadelphia, will be the guest of Mrs. P.iJ. Weaver, 2635 Euclid avenue during the next ten dayB. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Cotton, 2322 Flora avenue, have returned from a month's visit with their parents In Springfield, Mo. - Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Cotton, 2322 Flora avenue, have returned from a month's visit- with their parents 'In Springfield, Mo. ' FO...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 5 September 1914

Human Documents of Married Life By Virginia T. Van dm Water Intimate and Human, Intensely Alive, Each Story Presenting a Problem Which Might Occur to Any One of Us at Any Time THE TIE THAT BINDS PPOSITES attract each other," say those who would explain tho mar riage of two persons totally unlike In taste and temperament. They may attract, but do they aJ noia eacn oiner; uncn thfk ATplrAmont nnd flush . i Qj of passion mistaken for J lovo havo subsided, the two parties to an uncongenial union remain distinct entitles, together but entirely separate. Of course when people fancy them selves In love they will not bellevo these facts. With the fine sophistry born of that condition, they think they know their own minds and that they are right and all tho skeptical world Is wrong. So It was with Daniel Drayton and Daisy, his wife. Their Christian names wero not more unlike than their characters. She was fond ot so ciety, caring nothing for Intellectual pursuits a butterfly of a girl. The m...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 5 September 1914

MARLEYJHE CLOWN By ELIZABETH SCHOEN COBB. From a distance Marley, circus clown, worshiped tho daring female equestrienne, Gloria. It was no won der! She was unlike any datnty-toed, sylph-fashioned girl who had ever swayed trippingly across the plat formed back of a trained ring steed. "There was none of the simpering praise Becker In her smile or of flam ing audacity In her pose. She was Elmply a lively, delighted girl, full of vivacity and loving the sawdust at mosphere because she had been brought up in It, her father having been a ringmaster for over a quarter of a century. Gloria's father watched his mother less child as the applo of his eye. Hd was Jealous of any attention bestowed upon her by her fellow actors. When her part was over, her chaperone took charge of her, "A new clowns eh?" he remarked to the manager tho day Marley appeared to succeed the one invalided. "Yes, and a good one," was the re sponse. "Ho will have to learn the antics, but as to the face and voice, he Is...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 5 September 1914

An Inexpensive Outing for the whole family Five cent fare for adults; half fare for all between 8 and 12; children under 8, accompanied by fare, ride free; universal transfers. Kansas City, Missouri, Kansas City, Kansas, and Rosedale. An instance: Transfer to Swope Park line, continue to Swope Park for a picnic. Possible walk from Swope Park, 67th and Cleveland, to south end of Dodson line, 85th and Prospect, and return by cars to your home, Metropolitan Street Railway Co R. J. DUNHAM Receivers FORD F. HARvEY COOPER & CAMPBELL Successor to G. A. Roy Carry a Full Line of DRUGS, Patent Medicines Cigars, Sundries and Paints PHONES: Home Main 7344; Bell East 43 18th and Paseo Summer Tourist Fares VIA Missouri On Sale June 1st to Loj Angeles and San Francisco. $60.00 Portland and Seattle 60.00 Salt Lake and Ogden 30.50 Denver, Colorado Springs and -Pueblo 17,50 Nashville, Tenn 26.10 Chattanooga 27,45 Return Limit New York 43.00 Boston 42.50 Atlantic City 43.00 Niagara Falls 31.10 " R...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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