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THE PADUGAH DAILY SUN.
Published
Kara loexptusr.
ovcry afternoon,
1 HE WEEKLY SUN
Weekly, per nuniiiu in ad
except
Sunday, by
1HE SUN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
iNconronAtiD.
P M KibiikR .
J, Ii. smith ..
J. J. Dorian .
J, P. !IOIX)..
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SKCHkTAKT
TniARUKIH
.MANAGING EDITOR
r.M.Flhr,J n Smith, It.W. Omenta, J K.
Williamson J, J Dorian
THE DAILY SUN
Will Blv urcclal attention to Alt. local hrc
ponlwrs of Interest In raducth ami vicinity,
nt netrlArtlnir ppneriil npWR. which Will be
jlven as fully as apace will permit without re-
in demoted to the Inter nts of our country pat-
tons, anil will at all times be newsy and en-
erlilnmp, while keeping Us readers posted
nn all Domical affairs and tonlcs'.wblle It w ill
be a fearless and tireless exponent of the doc
trines and teachings of the National IlepabU
can party.
CORRESPONDENCE.
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Tm MJN will b Its Correspondence Depart'
Went, In which it hopes ably to represent
every locaiuy wuum tne limits oi iva circu
latlon
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TIIUKSDAY, JAN. 14, 1897.
Those politicians who take so
much delight in the difficulties they
see ahead of the President-elect in
the selection of his cahiuct arc entitled
to be classed as patriots nit.
"American prestige in the Orient
demands prompt action," says a dispatch.
American prestige m the
accident will demand action of some
kind if a policy like that of the
present Administration is to be pursued.
Tub personal wrangle which took
place in the House of Representatives
Monday and Tuesday between Representatives
Johnson and Maguirc,
of California, in which language unfit
to appear iu print wa3 used, was a
disgraco to the country, and shows
that blackguards occasionally find
themselves in high places.
Nixe British subjects were
on the coast of Guinea. It is
safo to soy a British war vessel will
promptly appear and demand
for the injury. Whatever else
may be said of tho English government
it cannot bo denied that sho
protects her subjects throughout tho
-world. Una her subjects suffered as
have ours at the hands of Spain, her
marine would have thundered at the
gates of Havana long since. j
There nrc various reasons why
Great Britain may be glad nt this
time to effect a treaty by which her
differences with the United States
shall be settled by arbitration. There
are now several matters that might
become causo of serious friction.
One of these is the question of the
Alaskan boundary and should this
como in for settlement by arbitration
the United States will have to be on
the alert or "wily John Bull" will
set up a job by which he will own
those gold miacj.
The good work being done by the
legislatures of the various states !
electing Republican senators promises
well for the future complexion of
the Upper .House of the National
Legislature. The election of Fairbanks
in Indiana to 3uccccd Senator
D. V. Voorhees reduces the Democratic
membership by one nud increases
the Republican membership
by the same. Jlliuois will shortly
oilow tho example of Indiana in selecting
a successor to Johu M. Palmer,
and Kentucky likewise.
The American vice consul generni
Siam, has recently been
brutally assaulted by Spauish soldiers
and the government of Siam ignores
the protest of the United States minister
resident. It remains to be seen
whether Secretary 01iuy will be as
prompt and energetic to demand of
Spain ami Siam the amende honorable
as he has been to throw obstacles in
tho way of the struggling Cuban patriots.
The dispatch giving the news
of the assauU says "No American
gunboat has been here for live years.
American prestige in the Orient demands
prompt action."
Sksatoh Vkst played a strong
card when be held up the nomination
of Secretary Francis in tho senate
until bis own to the
should bo assured. Mr. Vest,
perhaps with reason, feared Mr.
Francis' influence, albeit it would
not bo o'crpowerul with the present
Mfssntiri legislature, would be used
against dim, and held this whip in
his hand till his own election was assured.
Though thcro was a strong
. A t.f. fas 4lA lAltts lilf tPA
Lwm amothercd. probably through
fffi'"' Mr. Francis influence, and Mr. Vest
fv came forth more than conqueror.
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a full blood Arab and n Mohamme
dan in religion. Ho was elected
from one of tho outlying districts
through an ovcrshight of the political
magnates. He stood for election
with tho title of "Prophet of God."
He is highly educated, skillful in de
bate and a doctor of medicine. He
never refuses a consultntion, never
accents n fee and elves largely to
to charily. He advocates free mar
riagc and polygamy and practices nil
tho Mussulman rites, including bath
ing naked in the river. Should his
ideas prevail the whole population of
Paris, without distinction of sex
may bathe together in that form.
Theue nrc invested in manufactories
of various kinds in this country
no less than $6,000,000,000 and the
product of the factories, according to
tho last official census,rcachesthc im
mense aggregate of $9,000,000,000.
Tho average value of all the agricul
tural products of the United States,
exclusive of live stock, i3 but $,-
000,000,000, less than half that of
the factories, "i ct it is nu every day
thing to hear the advocates of a low
tariff claiming Uiat the ogricultural
interests arc above every other in importance,
and that the prosperity of
tho country depends on the prosperi
ty of the farmer. That is right only
it is just the other way. Vt hen the
multitude of manufacturing in this
tries are going and tho labor of the
country is fully employed, then it is
that the farmers' prosperity oomes.
SkNATOK Sherman declares he can
not accept a position in President
McKinley's cabinet because of his
advanced age. We may well accept
his assertion that he docs not wish
such a place, as true. There could
be little chauce of adding laurels to
those tho distinguished senator has
already won as the head of the treas
ury, and thcro is no position in the
gift of the president which makes
larger demands upon the physical
endurance of the incumbent than
does a cabinet position, and of all
perhaps no other is so burdensome
as that of secretary of state, the position
for which the senator is said to
be slated. If any additional honor
or fame could bo won by Senator
Shcrmon by entering the cabinet, it
could only be as the head of the
state department. It was here that
James G. Blaine shortened his days
very materially by the labors of of
fice. Should the requirements of
Mr. Sherman in that capacity be as
great as of Mr. Blaine, bj' reason of
international complications, he would
not live out half the term. His senatorial
duties sit lightly on his
shoulders, and there is no doubt ho
prefers them.
The Missouri legislature met on
Monday and already thcro have been
introduced into the legislature
some forty or fifty bills af
fecting corporations, principally railroads,
life insurance companies and
trust companies. No less than fifteen
bills were introduced ou Tuesday
providing for a reduction of passenger
fares to two cents per mile.
The attention thus far given the railroads
is practically confined to the
passenger rates, but one bill
tug with ircigUt rates. A hill in reference
to life insurance companies
makes nil policies nonforfeitable after
two payments without n return of
tho premiums paid. Evidently the
Missouri populists do not intend to
past tho opportunity they have to put
in practice their ideas with reference
to corporations. No doubt some of
the tcgiilations proposed nrc in the
interests of the people ami if not
made too radical may prove of advantage.
But the chances arc these
fanatics will overstep the bounds of
prudence and do more hnrm than
good.
A POPULIST OPINION.
L. C. liatcmau was the Populist
candidate for governor of Maine at
the recent election and is the recog
nized 'cader of the Populist party in
the Xscw England states. An opinion
expressed by Mr. Rfltcraau will
carry great weight with tho party
throughout the Union. And when it
is found to be in unison with the expressions
of other leading Populists,
recently matle, it may fairly be accepted
as the ground on which that
party may bo expected to stand in
future.
Mr. 11 a ten) an says:
Mr. Hryan is as dead politically as
Julius Ciesar. Ho has been vastly
overrated, both as an orator and a
reformer. Ills studied iusolcneo toward
the People's party and the utter
contempt with which he Ueatctl
Tom Wutson, its chosen
has completely disgusted the
Populists from ono end of this country
to tho other. His recent utter
collapse as a public lecturer only cm-
puasucs his waning popularity. Iu
fact, the American people hac taken
his roeasuru sud it is now a mutter of
supreme indifference with them what
views he may entertain oil public
questions. J can conceit-o of no possible
circumstance s under which lie
can ever again receive the support of
the Populists.
Speaking of the futuro, Mr.
said:
"From one end of the country to
the other the foptilists uro
a reorganization of our forces,
and that henceforth we have notliliif'
wMch corresponds to our Houso of I whatever to do with tho Democrats
IteprescntatlvPHjlifl
ins a member who Isj Iho moment wc fuse with that party
BEWARE OF FAKE LURES
v
Take Paine'sGelerv Compound
Need a True Remedy,
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it forever' prevents us from caininc
any converts from the Republicans.
We shall keep straight in the middle
of the road iu the future. The Dem
ocrats may adopt anything they
please for a platform ; it will not
us iu the slightest degree. We
aro forever done with them Neither
do we want anything more of Mr.
Bryan or his issue. Free coinage is
a humbug at best. It would not add
$3 extra per capita to our circulating
medium. It isjextremcb doubtful if
goes into our p'atform again.
Reforms always go farther than their
agitators first demanded. The
French revolution commenced at a
simple question of royal etiquette ; it
You
Do Not Allow 'a Salesman to Palm
Off AnyXSubstitute.
Health Is Too Precious to Listen to the
Pra&ching of Quacks.
Paine's Qlerv
Compound Makes the Sick
Well Again.
The Wonderful Prescription That Results
from the Life Work of America's Greatest
Physician, Investigator and Practitioner.
There is rno direction, as Dr.
Geirgo F Shrady, America's first
surceoittlistiuctly sajs, in which
people hccitkU) need cnlightcnmont at
present moro tDHnthey have for mauy
) ears past. s.
"This is the rationhUapprocidtion
of the danger of quackeryand fako
cures." v
Dr Srndy's article in the New fcpik
World of Dec. 27 should bo read by
every man or woman wuo is ever inclined
to listen to the nonsensical,
but too ortcn plausible, ramblingB of
traders in patent medicines.
When Prof. Edward E Phelps, M.
D , Lb. D..f of Darmonth collate,
after a long life of study in the mpst
recent scientific investigation of dis.
case, evolves tho marvelous formula
of Paiuc's celery compound wheb
after tho closest possiable observance
by tho best practitioners it is found
that this greatest remedy of our gcn
cration not only docs all, but oven
accomplishes moro than tho modest
doctor the giant among men that he
has proved to be more than ho was
willing at first to claim when thous
ands of suffers in every walk of life,
suffers from the ailments that como
from overwork, deranged digestivo
organs, impaired nervous Byutcms,
too poor or too rich living, mattcat
ion to hygenic laws, liavo been absolutely
restored to health by Palne's
celery compound, after vainly trying
every other possiablo remedy, and
being dosed by well meaning but in-
competent so-called physicians.
vYhen this is takes into consideration,
and at tho same time we find
hostri, of people still willing to bo led
astray by the hundred and one nostrums
which irresponsible traders try
to foist upon them on the pretext that
these preparations ate "as good as
Paino's cqlcry compound" Tout really
because luy mako a big prom on such
preparations, it is time for everyone
who detests fraud, to warn his neigh
bora, and take the warning to himself
that when he goes to get a bottle of
Paibc'e celery compound ho must not
bo wheedled into Ukiug some other
rcracuy.
Paino's celery compound make's
people welL These other things woik
harm.
Paino's celery compound is not a
patent medicine Its formula is given
freely to every physician. '
These trashy stuffs that you aro
asked to buy arc made up pf ingredients
that should never bo ' taken into
a sick stomach.
These ordinary nervine tonics and
sarsaparillas aro no more to be com
pared with Palne's celoy compound
than a glimmering candle is to tie
compared with tho wonderful modern
search light.
If a person noeds a trueucrvo tonic
a real blood purifier, a reliable diuret
ic, that will restore strength, renew
vitality, regulate the kidneys, liver
and bowels, and mako one well, let
that person try his or her first bottle
of Paino's Celery compound and mark
the wonderful remit'
Pnducnli Public Library.
I have read with interest the articles
advocating the founding of a
public library in our city. This
question is one that has long been
dear to my heart and one for which
I havo spoken more than once
through the medium of the press.
It has only been n few days since
our papers were boasting of the firm
financial basis of the city, quoting
only six failures, I believe, for the
year just closed. It is a pardonable
pride we feci m this, but can we
boast of being so well grouuded iu
intelligence?
I once heard an educator of
ntttioual fame say to a body of
ended with the decapitation of 28,000 !l''e, in speaking of municipal got era
of the best and noblest heads of i '"out and interests, "A new
The anti-slavery agitation tnaiidment 1 give unto you, 'Seek ve
begun with the simple demand for. ''"t the education of tho people nud
non-extension into the territories; all other political blessings sha 1 be
ended with the complete tic- added unto you.' " That the public
structiou of the whole system, library is au important factor in the
The silver question was only the education of the people all thought-entering
wedge of tho great monetary, fid persous arc ready to admit. Every
reform demanded by the People's community, so soon as it rises above
party. Wc shall now demand the the most pressing and immediate
ter destruction of the wholo metal re- wants, fceN tuo need of n collection of
demption system. A scientific paper books which may supply its higher
currency, based upon the entire necessities. Wo haye certainly beeu
wealth of the country, ami feeling the need of such a collection
ble only In taxes and debts, bo for years, but while wc have
the future, kiumledged it one to another we
ment ownership of railroads, have felt frightened at the apparent
graphs and telephones will be in- magnitude of tho undertaking,
scribed upon our banners. We ask' Other writers have set forth the
no quarter and shall grant none, fact that the hope for tho future lies
Weak-kneed pio hunters can go io the in the children of today. A boy's
Demociatic party, where they be- r girl's education is not completed
long. This battle has Just com-' wl'cu he has finished the curriculum
mcuccd. Wc shall fight it to the bit-' of the school from which he
ter end, mid WC shall win. Even is graduated, no matter
such a man as George Fred Williams
sees the comui; storm, and he
hedges. He hardly mentions free
silver, hut virtually indorses a'l
demand. His place is iu our
party, and there ho must eventually
land. The pcoiilc nrc in no mood to
bother with any moro Hryans, with
their do.id issues. He who hesitates
is lost, and Uryan has gono down to
rise no more."
HONOR IO WHOM IIONOIC IS
DUE.
In looking over tho acts of of tho
present council which is composed of
city, the Sf.v is convinced there is no
one who deserves more credit than
docs Councilman LiviugUon. For
his labors as a member of the finance
uoinmittcc he deserves Urn thanks of
the I'ilisteiiu, as it was through lfo
endeavors that the city' bonds wcru
refunded, which saved the city hundreds
of dollars. Ho geucrally in-forms
himself upon all subjects that
come before hc council and when
the time comes to vote, demonstrates
that he givqs tl;c city's affairs tljo
same careful consideration that has
brought success to his own business.
Ho wss one of the leaders in haing
the tax rato reduced on cverv
hundrrd dollars, thereby bunpfjltiu(r
directly every tax payer in tho city.
The services of such men should bo
appreciated by'tho public.
' V Stove Wood.
For nice stov ood telephono '20.
$1 per load. if,
Ohio JIivkk Sji'OKh.Ajgu Jim Co.
how well the work has been donp.
Ho has only mado a beginning; if
ever finished, books must be tho
predominating influence, liookslary
1 old of the intellect and charade In
ways that can neither be anticipated
or traced. The most essential lessons
of life nro to bo learned from
them lessons of duty, piety, patriotism,
contentment, industry and frugality.
Put them Into tho hands of
the children. Says Oliver Wendell
Holmes, "All men aro afraid of
hooks who have not handled them
from infanoy." How important,
then, that we give tho rising genera'
some of tho best business men of tho I tion tho opportunity of handling them
from infancy.
Du'.y is the key note of true living.
Let us see nud recognize our duty in
the matter and set about it.
I suggested before that the Appar
ent magnitude of tho undertaking
nail irigutcncu us. for the
of till let )0 tel you of a
little pooui that I icinctnber, tho lua.
3on of which Is applicable hero. An
oltl and wcaiy man was passing a
school houso when he observed a
group of merry children trying to
climb the steps, which were covered
with ice. Again and again they
slipped, but undaunted kept on try
ing. At last ona bright eyetl llttlp
girl cried out, "It is easier if we take
hold of hands." Let us make thp
lesson ours ; let us joiu hands, hearts
and bruins in the good work.
AlAtr F. Popjoy.
tyHICfl,
As a settlement of tho cstalo of 11,
Wellle, Sn. (deceased), must bo
made by FobWry 1, 1807, all par-tics
knowing themselves indebted to
the firm of II. WcilloS Son will call
at once and settle. 'Respectfully,
J5tl.$ R. Wjjjllb i jq.v.
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We hope not. r urtlicrmoro wo wishou lieullit
throughout the coming year. But, if yotroru sick,
and if you do get sick, come to us for drug Wo
have cvcrvthinir vou want. Aro nddiiij: t our
stock daily ami aro your nearest ami best
Drug Store.
IN-
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J, D. BACON & CO.,
PHARMACISTS'.
Cor. "lb and .Int'k.Min St.
P. RLALLY
IS IlKiUUAKTKRS FUR
Holiday Groceries.'
Fruit Cake Materials,
Apples and Oranges,
Fresh Cakned Goods, &c.
HOME-MADE LARD ASPEOIALTY.
Tclcimone 111). Cor. ilth niul Trimble Sts.
ARTISTIC PHOTOGRAPHY
AT LOW PRICES.
The lowest place in town tn get first-class PHOTOGRAPHS
for the Holidays Is at , x
112 S. Third Street.
We Make
a Specially of
High Grade
Work.
BRUGES STUDIO.
Job Printing
DONE BY JOB PRINTERS.
DONE CHEAPER.
DONE BETTER.
DONE QUICKER.
If youwant Neat; Clean Work; Printed in
Modern Style ; if you want full count, reliable
goods, give us a call. We guarantee
our work, and give you what you buy.
The Sun.
Our January
Cloak Sale
la in full swing. Thcro are ham'-some
Jackets in our Cloak Room
aa when the season began. Many
of tho finest styles arc hero yet, as
is often the case the beat is left because
of their cxpcnsivcncss. Wo
upset the price and cut all of them
In half, They arc just as stylish,
just as good, but thoy nro not so
costly. Remember tho prices arc
tho original prices.
Handkerchiefs.
See for Yourself
What values we are oilering in
Ladies Handkerchiefs. During
tho rush before Christmas several
dozen handkerchiefs got crushed
and soiled Wo otfor tho entire lot
at 17o. each or thrco for 50c. Tlu.e I
JW Steam
J, Laundry,
J. W, YOUNG & SON,
Propriclors.
10G JJHOAUVAV.
lIXiilMIO.NB 200.
Givo us vour laundry if you w .nt
first claim work ami prompt do
Ivory.
J. S. GANSTER
Ibey ari our 25c. quality, aro bcoI. ' Pensions carefully intended to.
iujvi tunu auu vuiuruiucrcti, ami
most of them nro nil linen. Also" 714 S. Third Street.
20 dozens of ladies' all linen and """
embroidered Handkerchiefs that
wero 35c. now go at 25c.
dor o out the entire lot, and oiler
tliem at 10o. jicr rmlr.
Ladies'
Mackintoshes.
This is tho tlmo to buy a Mack,
intosli, for this is thp tjmo of tho
year you, neet) t Wp havo two
excellent numbers at f .'! 50 and
$t 05. We also have a few odds
and cuds of numbers that we havo
stopped buying. Wc oircr them a,l
lie. each. AJapy of them aro
worth ta,50,
L B. Ogilvie & Co.
unicu Horn
7 toll a fu, A) 3 p
0!cc, No
213.
HI.
Broadway.
DR, W. CEUBANKS,
JlOMlKOl'ATlllST,
.. Oitlri" ,1.(1 lltniilway Telmilmni" I'JI
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"OI.ll ITOji OK
United States, Pension Claim;,
Prompt and thorough attention given
to all cases,
ouchcrs for quarterly payment of
Matil,Effinger&Go
oClSSOrs. Undertakers and cmualmcrs.
1 HtorHTelc phone 16
Wo have about 10 dozen scis, "'"'lfM 'feiepbnnw 'm
sore, big nnd littlo, that wo havo
been selling at 25c. Wo want to
130 S Third
R,M, McCUNE,
Plain and o'lM -Ornamental
OJUil
221 Court St. PAINTER.
O I' JCfTT, M.V, II. K WlU.UMSON, M.U.
JUETT WILLIAMSON,
Physicians ahTSurgeons
JIC61U(QC, llX) JiMroui St. Telephouu 119.
vuivv uu
luUlHlHV, 1-3,
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DIEHL
310 BROADWAY.
New Fall Styles,
See our new French
calt, Trilby too, only
Q
w. n.
IK AM IN I Hi
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ALL KINDS
Toionhnnn I9A
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O PRKSH MATS AND
WAYS ON "HAND.
-i 1 ou c
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FOR THIRTY DAYS
Wc will' mako n
BIG REDUCTION IN
IQMllrUI'llk
GLEANING AND DYEING
Suits cleaned: 1...,,J mispressed for $2.
Unllo
for $a.oo.
All work
dyed nntl
pressed
uS'taninr",C,aH!'an,,uI,
Paducah Steam Dye Works.
"H2UN. Third Street.
O. Kosk & Sov, j
I'rortotwi. J
an find it at-
All Sizes, All Widths from O to E. ,
Men's, Ladies' aii Children'sX
Sioes Exclusively.
LATEST STYLES, POPULAR PRICES.
Men's ShofcsY i to 5.
ALL NEW GOODS. ,
Trilby, Orient and Razor Toes.
W. R. KOLiLiEY
JIANt'KACT, L'ltl.K
Fumar. "Co.Q.V Jap and Midget Havana
& CIGftKS
Strictly Havana filler. HAND MADE.
1 :un carrying the largest and mostJselct stock of Imported and
Corn.r fwwml nl
Uroadwajr,
Has an tiling in the Grocery
ami Provision Line that you
want.
-0 1 GROCER, i
BLKNKET7S.
We li:io Ihein Heavy, Fine and All MimiI. Alo ehtuip grades.
Ihc per cent off mi tcrj iir.
Holiday Books,
Bibles, Prayer Books and
Devotional Articles.
WHEN YOU DRINK
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DETZEL'S.
Where we keep the finest of
Whiskies, Wines, Beer, Cigars',
RESTAURANT OPEN AT ALL HOURS,
PADUCAH CYCLE WORKS.
OYSTKKS AI,-
Neau Pauiki: Housk.
HKAI.KIIS IN-
Do-
mesne pipes In the uity.
GOLD-BUG and 16 TO I Silver Mounted Pipes are Beauties.
The latter nro Novelties. Have ajso an Immense lot of Cho wing and
Smoking Tobaccos.
It will pay you to call and examine my cntjro stock.
437-441 S. Third St. ?
UNTIL THKNEW YKAU A SPKCIAL BARGAIN S VLB FOR MKN
VAOMKN AND CHILDHKN VtlLL UB CONDl'CTED AT
DORIAN'S
Where jou can find many iieful and appropriate HOL
IDAY GIFTS. This is your clnnce to sno 25 per
cent, on every pair of Ladies', Men's ainlC'liililtin's Shous.
We havo the
Finest Cheap Shoes and
The Cheapest, Fine Shoes
IV Till. 11TV.
Twenty.
Ladies' and Mens FURNISHING GOODS.
1U.T Ijl ALIT1 AM IaWIM PltJCES.
John J.orSan,
205 TSroad'vay.
BRINK THE BEST1
etc
nnd 12C 128 North Fifth Street,
HiglixGradQ Bicycles
and BlCVClo Sinnrliocr
Agent for WJJJlP'coM.OO. Sultaulo for Ministers,
Lawyers, Icaehcrs, nntl in rcacji f all.
The Only F.xcluslvo Ilicyclo Houso in the CItv i... v: . i
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For An Easy Shave
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106 JMOApWAY
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