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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 19 May 1906

xJ xJIIGF I 1 Saturday IIGF lGfl H H May tpAfJE 1 19 9 l 1906 fij THE 1 H E SUN 1 E D I I i r T Pr I 0 I PostPrimary Reflections ReflectionsReturning Reflectionseturning ReflectionsReturning Returning one night from a ball at which he had been numbered among the thegayest thogayeBtoftbetll thegayest gayest gayeBtoftbetll of the throng ong assembled aS8em led to todohonof do honor to the tbeearefreo care carofrco freo goddess who presides presidesat at the dance his senses freed from the t no intoxicating intoxic ting thrill tllrilltJaat that comes to him who whot t g gives1limself 11is Ives vcs himself up to the pursuit of pleasure with the perfume of flowers gone from 1 liis nostril the inviting strains of rythmic music mU ie no longer 8oundin sounding in his tieI tieears ears with yiththo the lights that shone so a brightly the Iw friends who who talked so gayly I the swish of silken silkeDskirtathe skirts the pattering of slippered feet the low murmur of whispered words that hatc...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 19 May 1906

IT I A L S d f r THE HE r t SUN d Saturday SaturdaMa NINTH May 19 7 PAGE VAGESaturday 1906 i ident telephoned to his friend and defendor Senator Lodge a denial of tho Ohand ¬ ler statement and an accusation that Mr Chandler had liedBut lied liedBut liedBut But Senator Tillman has produced the Chandler statement and documentary evidence from the White House which conclusively proves that Senator Chandler Chandlerwas was w s not the one who did the lying lyingFrom lyinglirom lyingFrom From this spectacle of the President of tho United States convicted of pre prevarication prevarication pron ¬ varication and doubledealing wo turn with gladness to tho ono presented prcsentcdby by Senator Tillman who has proven himself to bo a man of courage well able to take care of himself on all occasions and ALWAYS FORTIFIED WITH PROOF PROOFof of all of his statements t p pC u C Roosevelt Psychology PsychologyUnder Pscholo PscholoUndor Under the headline of Roosevelt Psychology the Now York Evening P...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 19 May 1906

mi j r flL May May19 10f 1 1906 1906rhe < Tenth r nth < Page PageThe TitlE SUN < 1 E The he Czars Spy P Chevalier I William WI am Le Queux He turned upon me suddenly 8uddenlywitb with an anevil anvilllasbin anevil evil villlasbin flash in his dark eyes and a snarling snarlingI I imprecation in Russian upon his lips lipsHis UpsHi8 lipsHis His hand still hold the order committing committingme y me to the fortress fortressBut fortrcssBut fortressBut But before I leave you yonwlll will destroy that document It may moyfollinto fall into other otherhands otherhands otherhands hands YOU know and I walked wolkcdtowarde wolkcdtowardeIm towards towardshim towardshim him Im with quick determination determinationI I shall do d nothing of the kind J tJ ho hosnapped bespa hoanapped snapped snappedWithout spa ppcd Without further word I snatched the thepaper thepnper thepaper paper from frombie his thin white fingers and andtore andtore andro tore ro it up before his face His counte count...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 19 May 1906

May 191906 19 il + 1906 THE SUN Eleventh Page PageUnpublished PageUnpu PageUnpublished Unpublished Unpu lished Letters of Pat Dear SpottsHave Spotts Havo ye missed me 1 Tis mesolf who asks yor forgiveness for leaving ye in tIle midst of ycr primary gumshoe gutn slioo stunt but if ye know how me dear chum Jim Taliaferro begged mo to come to Washington and put him next to his plain duty on voting for the kind of canal we will leave for ¬ pos posy terity to dig across tho isthmus of Panama then me darling Spotts yer vexation would pass away as fast as a bill to favor the railroads passes the aver ¬ age Florida Senate SenateYo tennteYe Ye see its this way Spotts The canal commit ¬ tee is betwixt and between Some want a sea level canal and some want locks I says to Jim Talia ¬ ferro me boy we dont want anything locked Make everything wide open openThats openllmts openThats Thats my opinion Pat and yet I was not sure I wanted the free and untrammeled expression of a lofty and unbiased min...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 19 May 1906

Y May 19 1906 1906t1 Twelfth Page THE SUN SUNt t t1 I rr yr yrI PageJOHN JOHN HENRY ON TH THBy THE GRIP GRIPB r P PBy By GEORGE V HOBART I f r > Say did you ever spar a few hot hotjjjV Ilotr hotrounda r jjjV PC > t rounds with a real attack of grip gript f u i t When it comes right down to toa a case caseof casor jl t tr r of being a bad boy tho grip has every everyt everyother I14 t l other disease shipped to toa a sitdown sitdownhad sitdotmiili1i42 iili1i42 v > I had the grip 0 some weeks cek8 ago and andever ii 1 > ever eo since my system yatemha8 has felt like eight eightcents eightceltsworth eightcents cents celtsworth worth of cheese cheeseThe cheeseTho The medicine sharps toll us that the thogrip thegrip thegrip grip is caused by a small germ which whichemigrated w1tichcml whichemitted emigrated cml ted to this country originally fromRussia fromRussiaA ft from in Russia RussiaIf A If thats tho case Im glad the Japs Japsput TapsP1 Japspit put P1 thp Q Ib boots ts t...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 19 May 1906

rI rII r r L i i iMay I 1 1tray l May May 191006 19 1906 I THE SUN Thirteenth ThIrf pnfh PJUY S itting ilttingIlliui ll iini nl tine Seat Seatoff off f the theRev SCOfIl1lflUln SCOfIl1lflUlnBy By Rev l ev T Henry BleinnLiis BleinnLiisDavid David the sweet singer of Israel in recommending recom recommending recommending ¬ mending the practice of reverence for righteousness righteousnessas as well tho avoidance of tho pernicious tendency of ofsinfulncss ofsinfulness ofsinfulness sinfulness exclaims Blessed is the man that thatwalketh thatwalketh thatwalketh walketh not in the counsel of the ungodly nor stand standeth standeth standeth eth in the way of sinners nor sitteth in the seat of the scornful Ps I IRidiculing IRidiculing IRidiculing Ridiculing religion is a stage of impiety a pitch pitchof of diabolical attainment requiring more than an anordinary anordinary anordinary ordinary portion of the spirit of the evil one To Tobe Tobe fobe be callous to all ll sense sense of religion ...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 19 May 1906

lrF ra i iPourteenth i 1 1fE9urteenth fE9urteenth Pourteenth Page THE SUN May iGI 1906 r y I The Czars Spy SpyContinued SpyContinued CContinucdfromTcnth Continued from Tenth Page Pagesomewhat Pageaomowl1at I i somewhat unresponsive and busied my myHolf my8clfwith myself self 8clfwith with my bag bagunUlwe until wo entered the thegreat thei theegreat i great echoing terminus whence I could couldsee couldSCQ see the Neva Nevaglcamlng gleaming in the pale sun sunlight sunlight sunlight light and the city beyond The fellow followmade fellowmade fellowmade made no attempt to follow mebe me he was wastoo wasJ wastoo J too clever clev r a secret agent for that He Hemerely lIemerely Homerely merely wished me sdravetvuito sdravstvuito sdrovstvulteralsed sdrovstvulteralsedJiB raised raisedMs raisedhis Ms hat politely p Utely and disappeared disappearedA t A porter p rtCr carried carrledmy my bag out of the thestation the8t thestationand stationand station 8t U61artdIaroveacross and I xdrovo d...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 19 May 1906

M at atMay V VM Irv 4 4 w v is May May1911906 J01006 THEJSUN THH SUN Fifteenth Plfteea th Page The Czars rSPY rSPYfrom Spy Continued from preceding pageburg page pageburgtlf pageburgIf burgtlf burg If ho had desired to rescuo her lie liewould lIewould howculd would have taken her in the opposite oppositedirection opposiwdirectionto oppositedirectionto direction directionto to Stockholm where she shewould shewouldbo shewould would wouldbo bo free freewhereas whereas ho took her an anescaped anescaped anf f escaped prisoner into tho very midst of ofperil ofperil ofperil peril It was true that her passport passportwas was in order yet I remembered that that an anorder anorder anorder order had been issued for her er transpor transportation transportation transportation ¬ tation to Saghalien and now once ar arrested arrested arrested ¬ rested she must be lost to me for ever everThis everthis everThis This thought filled me with fierce fierceanxiety fierceanxiety fierceanxiety anxiety Sh...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 19 May 1906

t j IIl It 1 1k Y Ir ti i C CI l r I r rs k 17 w wI s I i d di If THE HOUSE OF CABLE CABLEV t i i 1 1A 1 1J A J A f 1 f Musical Circles Grc l es as asthe asif l i SI r n I Is as well known in in Florida 1 if t 5J 1 + z L the House of o Seven Gables is is in in Literary Circles Circlesianos Circlesi d i J5imi J5imifr i 2 < < I IJ5imi > i I i t f i 1l I t 7 r b fr Et rf 5 Pianos r a I Il no S Organs Orga r ns and Piano Piano r r Players Dl Layers tji > V i if l o i iL n r y y urn Y Yn Yr j IV d L 1 t f r J H ji > 7 i iIV 4 t k > j jY Sold C Ot IJ it b by Y Us uS T T are so high h 19 h in In grade graue J and an d so solasting sod r < 1 + 9t Y + gisr i < i 1 + H las in quality that respected respectedas res hected hectedt F Fd Fy Fr M 1 1i c d ir t y w 0 Y Y1i lasting ilng Zn q t we are 1 1I 12 1as I I k r t 1t 1 t I 2 q as well as we are known gf f sf dd r rI f sf l sTCa sT dI I I V k f V Ca Call on or ttfrfeTHE write to 110 esi THE CABLE C AB lE CO COeoa Jacks...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 26 May 1906

Story of ofthe the Murder of ofNicholas Nicholas Eppes EppesSS IN l ISSVE S THIS THISISSVE ES r x t 1 1A I 1 1Q M1 w Q 4ii 4iih + h I If IA + + M f A Journal if Cartoon and Comment ir Its light RI ht We Are Fir If 1 Volume 1No 1 No 28 JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA MAY 26 261906 1906 Sln Single le Copy 5 Gents i f itk L J Jw w 11 jI z 7 I Ir Ii = r 1 f t I 7 i f fry fryi fryLET i 0 LET EM FIGHT FIG FIEJITIT liT IT OUT 0 s 0s 0 0 a

Publication Title: Sun, The
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Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 26 May 1906

jtidfd F tV r rI I l k I 7IF IF ITS RIGHT WE ARE FOR P0kL IT ITUN Co Coi CoCLAUDJ3 I 1 1IT CLAUDJ3 CLAUD E4I LENOLE NQILO A CKTAYI CKTAYIr K TAYLOR TAYLORCartoonist TAYLOEditor R J c cr L I SRJN UN i r Editor d star TN B ij CartoonistAIIILLUITIIATD Cartoonist CartoonistNlUtTHATBI r oo ls F FAN AN NlUtTHATBI WEEKLY WITH A WILL IF ITS OWN WHNTEl P INTEl FM THE PEOPLE IF Mill BY THE lUll COMPANY AT 81 WEST FOMYTH STREET JACKSONVILLE FLOR18A FLOIlISVolume FLOMiIAVolume Volume INo I No 28 JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA MAY 261906 261906gvv 26 1906 5 Cents per Copy 2 per Year YearEnter ry ryEntered Entered d at the Poet Office at Jacksonville J Fla aa eecondelaas s matter gvv IN THE SUNS CHARIOT CHARIOTIntimate Intimate Talks Between I PubHsIher lubl Pu sIhler amid Reader J SCI LLS 1 1it I i it 11 g HEfiv 1 1t t o11 1 1hibgIm rfx is isk k hibgIm I + p pHg I I II 1 r rII Hg I i II IIij f4I ij ijj j h o o5tf 5tf 5tfa i a N I I s smr mr ME MOTTO t + olto WM nAht HOI CORT i I TURPS TURPSa I a h i r rIv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 26 May 1906

J t zT r c ry r ra ry 1 y a IA IAMay May May 261906 26 261 1906 O6 THI8 THEjSUN SUN t Third Page T o + A 1 JRO V I t atT T P PERPLEXING t tGR J PL f v J f rIN C C Tim93 ti A aS E O r o f fThat 0 0o 0That t 1That That of Caldwell and Larkins Condemned to Death for the Murder of ofThomas ofI ofThomas I Thomas Jeffersons Great Gr at Grandson Will They Hang or Go Free By leaving the Capitol on the right li bt and turning turningto turnl g gto to the loft at the next corner and amlrhhng riding duo east for Jorthroe forthree forthree three blocks one comes in sight of a twostory two story red redbrick relbrick redbrick brick building sot in a lot sloping sharply away from fromthe fromtho fromthe the street level and surrounded by a high board boardfence bOlrtlfunc boardfence fence fenceTurn Turn to the right head south and heavily barredwindows barred barredwindows blllro1windows windows come into view on the rear of the structure structurewhich structurowhich structurewhich which toll th...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 26 May 1906

1 1r r 1 11r JJILR Nt ll it 1r i 1 r l lFourth 1 May 26 6 1906 1906Whats 196Whats 1O6Whats i Fourth Page THE TH SUN Whats Agitating the People These Pays The Now York Sun always untiringin yin its search searchfor Bcarchfor scarchfor for genius and eager to tomalieknown make known its discoveries discoveriesoffers di8coveriesoffers discoveriesoffers offers the following contributions contribu tion8 of Georgia poetry Harry Stillwell Edwards of Macon who has liasneyor hasnever 1118 1118never never had a thought that was not chaste and beautiful beau beautiful bcautiful tiful has changed the name of the mocking bird to tolanier toIanler toIanier lanier Maze Scrobbs of Cowaneta is helping in inthe intho inthe the good workPoet work workPoet workoot Poet > oot without a peer peerWhose poorWhose peerWhose Whose song in bright strong waves wavesRolls WalvesUOUH wavesRolls Rolls flowersweet flower awcot as Temple Graves GravesLanier GravesLanier GravesLanier Lanier LanierEven I IEvon iEv...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 26 May 1906

r May 261006 26 1906 THE SUN Fifth Page II P Editorials Hitherto Not Written P HAPPY LJAPPY is ho she or it that supplies the < long felt want Not only does the aforesaid he she 01it or orit orIt it have the surpassing satisfaction that self approval brings but the male or female person 1 ersan or the thegenderloss thogenderloss thegenderless genderloss thing that seizes the opportunity presented in furnishing the much desired will bask in the thewarm thovarm thewarm warm sunlight of popularity popularityTHE THE SUN finding the door of opportunity open will enter without knocking by printing printingeditorials printingeditorials printingeditorials editorials on everyday commonsense subjects These editorials should have boon written long ago agoand agoII agoand II and the wonder is that they were not but THE SUN SU N has no time to wonder it will got into the game gameat at once with editorials that will supply the vaiit long felt by every person who knows his own wants wantsLook ...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 26 May 1906

± n r T y I ISixth i ff I May 26190 26 6 1906 1 06 < s j jt Sixth Page THE SUN i 1 I Shaking the Old Plum PlumBy Tree TreeBy By Edward Fitzgerald FitzgeraldIT fr > a r i f i i < aryl r g gII 1 1 I I II 1 f I is rnarYp I 4 I 1 t r < i fdi r J < r rf 0 I J 1 h I 0 f V i i I J X y l i 1 i Py f fi i Y i a IJ X iif ft ftJ 5 J t IT LOOKS LOOKSLIKE LOO 5 5i i LIKE THE PEOPLE PEOPLEcan PEOPLECRN PEQPLECAM RBOUT OUT OUTtOfU5 f fOf can COUNT on R I ID7 tOfU5 Of U5 At1fHOf At1fHOfIIIi f 111 D7 I IIIi i1U i1Uw I I II k kI I ij4 A A Al ttnft1 Y t f < r J JJ i i f 1 l J if ifI ifi qfi qfin0f A W Wf r rJ I w I j ji l 1 J lV IVY t ALWW5 ALWW5BELIEVtD I II BELIEVtD BELIEVtDIN I I II II II Ij IN INHONE5TY MOT ME MErn HONE5TY rn TRUE TO TOTHEr I CORPORHTIOI15 THEr THErCORPORHTIOI15 1 1r I i r r lam I I I I j J IJ Raking the State Senate Over I Those whoso memories carry c rry them far enough enoughback cnoughback enoughback back to recall tho days of Pinafore l > will remember rem...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 26 May 1906

rw May 2 26 26106 < tf I 06 THE SUN Seventh Page a Unpublished Letters of Pat u Dear ear Spotts SpottsHows Hows yer pulse after the pri primaries primaries primaries ¬ maries I hear Icar yo have thrown away yor rubber heels ami arc wearing yer lingers fin cr8 out counting over the members of the Senate trying to figure out a ma ¬ jority agin Broward and yer find yer shortfingered shortfingeredand and lose yer count countAh countAh countAlt Ah mo boy dont worry Yer not the only lad thats s lost a count by the token of the glorious up ¬ lifted voice of a free people in primary assembled Talk of hard luck Spotts I saw John Stockton the themorning thomorning themorning morning after and by the whiskers of the sacred sacredgoat sncredoat sacredgoat goat oat he had a face as long as the viaduct and as free from charm charmlie clmrmHe charmhie lie too was counting on his fingers but there was wasnaught wasnaught ensnaught naught to it ithaughty iiuughty naught for his Baker Ho forgot to...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 26 May 1906

i 41 r t i s I 1 I 4 4I tY I S SI Si Sff I f I I I I I i ff i + I 1 1o I o I I I 4 j i f 4 4ra ra raS S a t jIIw1r i I i N 7 rfj3 1 rTiTii 1 tf = + N j Ie IeI IeGfFCH 1 1y I GfFCH VJ1QL VJ1QLSaturday d THE 1 HE SUN ef EDIT E D I T i Saturday May Ma y 26 261906 1906 n Special Interest I Journalism JournalismIn J oumali3mi i In an editorial printed May 10th last which was the day following the primary pri primary primary ¬ mary tile TimesUnion Times Union made a review of the result It said that the prejudices prejudicesof of personal feeling should be proportionately weakened after a closer inspection of ofcandidates ofcundidutes ofcandidates candidates made possible by the narrowing of the Held that we should grow growmore growlUore growmore more careful since important questions of administration must occur in tho sev several BOVoral scvoral ¬ oral counties and important questions of State policy will be settled at the nextsession next nextHCHsipn nc t tHCHafon HCHsipn session of t...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 26 May 1906

d t r a s i I A L S THE SUN NINTH < PAGE PAGESaturday PAGEif if f if Saturday May May261906 26 1906 plainly marked on tho result in tho primary WHEREVER BROWARD DROV ARD WENT WENTthe VEN1tho the vote showed tho effect of his presence presenceHo Ho spoke in Volusia County and cut down tho usual large majority of thopopular tho thepopular thopopulul popular Sams to a beggarly fiO fiOHo GOHo 66Ile Ho spoke in Lake County and had for his antagonist tho effervescent Major MajorAbrams MujorAbrnms MajorAbrams Abrams the son of this same Major was beaten in his race for the SenateIle Senate SenateHo Ho spoke in Dado County and BO great was tho effect of his talk that DOTH DOTHCANDIDATES nO IUYVIICANIIIA1ES ln lnCANIlIDN1 CANDIDATES S for Representative hastened to get on his drainage platform aiiddeclare and anddeclare Inilldeclaro declare openly for itTliero it itThere itfholo There aro a few scattered contests loft for the second primary and wo pre proodiet predict prodict ¬ dict that ...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 26 May 1906

f t t i + t Tenth Page ag THE 1n FIHISNP I8 SUN May 26 1906 1o I 1t By ByChevalier s Chevalier William Le Queux x i r rj a t 41 ii 1I j i n I II II II II II II II II II I I I I I I I I I I 1 I i i 4 4i i i f I r I t I 1 Ii i c I I 5 5M M 1 vaHMHMIWMMM HMHH HHMHH > Mi H MHHM iB > H B B H MMBaBHBM B > M M MI I S II I assured her I would not IOBO a single singleInstant singloI singlefnstpnt I > i Instant and five minutes later I was wastearing 1 ° W S tearing tcnringlown down the Morskaya in a adroskynlong drosky droskyalong droHkyrat rat along the canal and across the Nicholas Nicholast F t f i Bridge to the address upon the envelope envelopej j iii V k The TJlohouso ho house was I found somewhat somewhatfjtg somewhatra fjtg li ra i smaller smallorthnn than its neighbors but not let letiV lett letout t iV t r out in 1 flats as the others Upon the theft tholVoto ther r ft lVoto f door was a largo brass plate bearing the thennmo theS S 1 name Olga Stassuloviteh modes I Ipres...

Publication Title: Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The sun. — 26 May 1906

May 261 261906 26 1906 06 THE SUN Eleventh Page PageJohn PageR PageJohn f R John Henry on Courting CourtingBy By ByS ByGEORGE GEORGE V HOBART S Are you wise to the fact that every ¬ thing is changing in this old world of ofours ofours ofours ours and that since the advent of fuss fusswagons fusswugona fusswagons wagons even tho oldfashioned idea of ofcourtship ofcourtship ofcourtship courtship has been chased to the woodsIt woods woo1s4It Y YIt It used to bo that on a Saturday Suttldll evenjug even evening evtming ¬ ing tho young gent would draw down downhis downhiK downhis his six dollars worth of salary and chase chasehimself chasohimKclf chasehimself himself to the barber shop where the thoDago thuDugo theDag Dago lawn trimmer would put a crimp cringein in his mustache and plaster his fore forehead forehOlul foreItettd ¬ head with three cents worth of hair hairand hnirund hairand and a dollars worth of ofaxle axle grease greaseThen RreusoThen greaseThen Then the young gent would ...

Publication Title: Sun, The
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