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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 29 January 1898

RTJlTE PEMOCRAT. eligious Notices. Gratce Church.. at iiu., 7:30 p.m i. Week Inniu c .ent, 1\'ildlreslt ky a nil At.it mn. 4s30 p.p: 1 with ad 0 l~electea t4)JJ'cs from the Sermon pjount. Sunday' School every At . L. Goto. Ncwtnanui ttla. ,Serf iccs at Star 11111. ' Sunday in ever' month, Rev. W. aut, Baptist. Third miday in nitnh, Ml tholt'st. -. , at Roni~iu Catholic Church. 'M y of lit. tChrmel, St. Francisrihlo, finnAlly or eVCeY month, Rev. '11ieii, priest. 'oiIt Services at 133 ou Satra. th i Smta ,'et aeh ronotb, at 11 A. per and P'riodicafI Agency. drtiol received for the NE W ~ TIM3ES-DEMOCRAT, or an.y saper. or Periodical published. tlo tfrnisihed <hetm requested. F. M. M1UJMFORD, 211 Roy:l Street. O. n-~ -ks is having a new kitch tfor his conlforitab!e dwelling. ot:'i1ank 1,otEl. (Adv.) )r. 1Cl 'ito plreachld last Sunday at " etholdist litch, his initial sormon o-in. charge. it Edge"' butIter at E. Newmal.'s. Be, M'r. White and family will in the eottage on Prosperity...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 29 January 1898

MEMORIES. Oh, for a stretch of country,dear, A tree and a brook and a bill, With you sitting close beside me, dear, 8inging sweet love songs still. Just as you (ldid In the (ldays gone by, The days of long ago, When love's young dream made everything seem A paradise here below. Oh for a stretch of country, dear, With a meadow and winding lane, Where, strolling together,I told you, dear, Successes 1 hoped to attain. Just as I did in the days gone by, The clays of long ago, As beneath skies of blue, we pledged love anOW, Our future all aglow. Oh, for a stretch of country, dear, With its clover and fields of rye, That I might retrace our footsteps, dear, With many a sorrowing sigh. And dream o'er again of the days gone by, For, oh! I loved you so, When down through the heather, we wan dered together, In days of long ago. -James T. Sullivan, in Boston Globe. I DOR' S ORIR1FICE1. She had whispered, "Yes, Jack, I love you!" in response to his ques tion, his kisses were still warm on her l...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 29 January 1898

DBass Ilibernate in lid. e draining of a pond at the State lery, St. Joseph, Mo., a few days for the purpose of removing the to another pond furnished a sur to Fish Commi.sioner Yenawine $Superintcndent Carson. So few were fodnd that they suspected e thief had captured the former bitants of the water, but a short after the pond was drained one the men stumbled onto a fish in nijng ovcr the partially dry bottom ihe pond, and, upon picking it up, fould a bass, and investigation re ea alarge number of the fishes Thi ;ý0oneed in the mud, some of them some e inches below the surface. Com- care i ner Yenawin thinks this ex- lies nee should set at rest all doubts ire n o whether the black bass hiber- )eari t in thl i m 'l in th winter. plant s mes in y hat I The Japanese steamship company ear on Yosen Kaishu operates a fleet of he ; hty-thrce steamships, besides hun- inch a of coasters and junks, and has, So th one exception, a tonnage exceed- ) ig all other companies in the world. Is ra ...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 29 January 1898

MEMORIES, Ob, for a stretch of country,dear, A tree and a brook and a hill, With you sitting close beside me, dear, Singing sweet love songs still. Just as you (lid in the days gone by, The days of long ago, When love's young dream' made everything seem A paradise here below. Oh for a stretch of country, dear, With a meadow and winding lane, Where, strolling together,I told you, dear, Huccesses 1 hoped to attain. Just as I did in the days gone by, The (lays of long ago, As beneath skies of blue, we pledged love allOW, Our future all aglow. Oh for a stretch of country, dear, With its clover and fields of rye, That I might retrace our footsteps, dear, With many u sorrowing sigh. And dream o'er again of the days gone by, For, oh! I loved you so, When down through the heather, we wan idered together, In days of long ago. -James T. Sullivan, in Boston Globe. I DORA'S SARIFIMCE. She had whispered, "Yes, Jack, I love you!" in response to his ques tion, his kisses were still warm on her lip...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 29 January 1898

Bass Ilibernate in 1IUd. be draining of a pond at the State hery, St. Joseph, Mo., a few days for the purpose of removing the to another pond furnished a sur to Fish Commi.sioner Yenawine guperintPndent Carson. So few were foind that they suspected 8 thief had captured the former bitants of the water, but a short after the pond was drained one the men stumbled onto a fish in gover the partially dry bottom te pond, and, upon picking i; up, found a bass, and investigation re le a large number of the fishes 'conced in the mud, some of them elve inches below the surface. Com :,iloner Yenawine thinks this ex fence should set at rest all doubts to whether the black bass hiber aes in tha i.n,,l in the winter. The Japanese steamship company ipon Yasen KaIshu operates a fleet of ghty.three steamships, besides hun a of coasters and junks, and has, iih one exception, a tonnage exceed  sil other companies in the world. iawaii and Japan. ,spatches from Washington state that ere are about to b...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 29 January 1898

THE WILDPIGEON'S FATE LIKE THE BUFFALO IT HAS. ALMOST DISAPPEARED FROM VIEW. Countless Numbers In Various Parts of the Country-The Old "Pigeon Roost" WVas a Wonderful Exhibition-The War of Extermination That Was Waged. In Recreation, a sportsman's maga zine, Mr. Stanley Waterloo propounds an interesting query and goes is far toward answering it as he can. He wants to know what has become of the passenger pigeon-commonly called "wild pigeon" -- which within the memory of middle-aged men existed in North America in billions, and has almost utterly disappeared. The fate of this bird, says H. S. Canfield in the Chicago Times-Herald, is strangely similar to the fate of the buffalo. Both were hero in countless swarms and both were wiped out by the waves of civilization because they were easily approached and slain. Nature, how ever, generally has its balances. Anybody could kill wild pigeons by the car load where they were plenti ful, but the bird was gifted with an instinct which warned ...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 5 February 1898

niý 'I~E ..'b ' JZJ' :·I;;diY..LXIXJLFr~3333AL.L33 iJ;i r~~ ~~ ' + y ° ý "M,· :jl· ' , LEAE,.ST. FRPCJSVILLE, WEST FILICIANA PAISII, LAS SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5,1898. PI 1. , . pell1, John H. Stone, g t. ga vOllle. Clinton, La. POWELL & STONE, -torneYs " at - Law, o St, Francisville, La. nt I oBERT SEMPLE, ttor4Y . nt - Law, 1 Attorcy up will practice in the conrts of the mi thb and 14th j licial districts. Dur. pa ,;gvancation, will meet clients at the lor urtUl House in Bayou Sara whenever col eSfteS'. lor Ja poit-, Coupee Postofflce, La W. RICHARDS PERCY, A torney.at-Law & Notary Public, S81 .. . TF'RANCISYILLE, LA. Cc fro w,1ill practice in the 13th Judicial fol ttruict, 4th Circuit; Supreme and hi e"l Courts. Office in Bank Build. pr ;.:trOBT. C. WICKLIFFE, Attorney - at - CLaw, by ST. FrANCIB5IyLE, LA. Ofce near court house. Will prao- p1 1:ein the 13th Judicial and Federal C, lei of SDR. A. F. BARROW, Ti yslcian and Surgeon, s St. Francieville, La. TI :1. th in Leake ...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 5 February 1898

THE-:- TRUE -:-DEMIOCAT. Published Weekly at ST. FRANOISVILLE, LOUISIANA. Advertising pays, try it. I Those individuals who take pleasure in statistics of the elongated kind will be pleased to know that Lord Kelvin caleulates that the number of mole enles in a cubic inch of any gas is 100,000,000,000,000,000,000,000. He also declares that in each of these molecules there are several atoms moving among themselves at the rate of seventy miles a minute. If any man ought to know all this it is Lord I Kelvin. But is he quite sure of the number of these little molecular fel. lows to within, say, a million? An Indianapolis paper states that an investigation in that city has shown that the prevailing epidemic of diph theria among school children has been spread through the distribution of pencils and penholders in the schools. Under the system in vogue each child Is required to take its pencils and pens tp the teacher's desk in the after noon. They are placed in a box to. gether, and the ne...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 5 February 1898

SDGIETOF HUMOR; LAUGHTERPROVOKINf STORIES FOR LOVERS OF FUN. L me Lan's Plint-VWilllnfg-A Fellow yee• ;IIer eply-By Inference-An Aseelnce-Easily Answered-Just in STe..Mean-The Cheerful Idiot. Etc. ' will dayw,, ab, never more, T " ....his which makes us sorrow; ; 't a'r ;time old battle o'er, S t of bed to-morrow; . or . getL -Chicago Record. Willing. "T never censure lazy people.h. "Why not?" "The laziest man on earth isn't half  zy as I would be if I could afford it."--New York World. Her R.eply. Ee asked if he could kiss her, and naturally she blushed very prettily. "I don't know whether you can or not," she said; "but if you can't you're not a very strong man." Is it necessary to say what hap pened?-Chicago Post. A Fellow Feeling. "Why do you persist in looking at the moon and sighing?" she asked , while gently steering their course to ward the candy emporium. "Pure sympathy," in an absent minded way. "It's on its last quar ter."-Detroit Free Press. By Inference. "Women must ...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 5 February 1898

1 D-gMOORAT. *ISmAIAOF T'Ri PAULyTt. ARE, Ju., Proprietor. ,per gunflE $1.50. ID EV1PRT SATU'RPAY. he Post Office at St. Yraucia' ý., lsl eocld c1aie a attor. 1t).1, FEB. 5, I90S. PEN POINTS. a"" wld.yyoh so frienads never cpoi n time to do anly good. disl like utuecilage anid our" a valued for its sticking shkea tut nts urei never popuhItr. "of Ir, for examnple, though she titl truth, was execauted Ili dlire how e!l, we ale gettiig ilug People glowing up sh , not by our o.wil failings. 18 I attribute to a:cideCit or Il but inot to agev. s inext sixty tlays how I 1many t e WoIds t collalitlltio nliil conl- Ii will he spoken, written ilt id it is 1 Ia iniltnce, for they H to Sa.y argdi to set in type, adfilly up and down to write. We suggest thel tion Cou. acoll, to be itedl than state occasions, ver it igee as it were. True these light also mOan con Cspictllus cienceless, or clotoulndly id, but evien these mlleanings ve co1nsolinlg to ort. inultr tiring the next sixty days. e LawrIn...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 5 February 1898

11*. U*" 1I o 1 A" pto. Wllp* e SO~mnn t~'ý clwoci evcr3' 0 ai' Y 'Sn º. "- ict i P JiC1" ie t~c~e st Sara. n W 3)tb, aCtl iica Aur cr . ý aý nfi Snr~t. n~ar ~ tt a t ill A.lb SgEn11.r EART DIS __ "eivd for lth notteas1l 1)FCfvr ; O q', r :º, EldorWe TIC ui icdl publhsherd. afflicted fortlhlrl um r er t req t nsted . ease, in tact,*o fn :W ý(rýtu[l OIL, 211 lO31I, l ltreet Qr. · (J.!") .j Cm pe eplottb. ýb 2i. D. l~tIHllet~' RI W irllmrr -_` I t un de --- orlerd s ýtrdet. ptodllg vcil~l 1net' two years ago t%(11' il lneatt curs. S' s"C Aiti' Z I colitw "r tilQ,, perceptible ba axetsoF oitti , i f fail third I began t g~st o1 their tinued eor somto ne facoftt4d'P 'p St. 'e on ito bflie .i Dr. liotee ii R Eht j4IadtIS lI al f error the itt ig under E; n rat , last fi cek, it road benefits or ma *rjintre cento l ) and nerves set N1 '. (ºt' CDR. MILES 'il o e t~f t le tlrltggiii sy te lli r eaotro lA, < C 'll ll '1' ( I1 The fr inC2'8ll. C founte ora . this tiren wt' l tIe itrit tl b...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 5 February 1898

.THAT'S THE WAYc just a little every day, Just a little every day, That's the way! That's the wayl Seeds in darkness swell and grow, Children learn to read and write, Tiny blades push through the snow, Bit by bit, and mite by mite. Never any flower of May Never any one, I say, Leaps to blossom in a burst. Leaps to knowledge and its power, Slowly-slowly-at the first, Slowly-slowly-hour by hour, That's the way! That's the way! Just a little every day. Just a little every day. -Ella Wheeler Wilcox, THE RUBY HEART a a. UNT JESSICA had been round the o world more than once. ro She had been what Sis vulgarly called a "globe-trotter." In her day she had ccl lected many rare and enrious and beautiful things; but now she was an old woman, and her time was come to die in the great, silent house filled with the furniture that had belonged to Aunt Jessica's for bears many score years ago, and en riched by the spoils of many lands, brought home by the energetic hands of Aunt Jessica herself. Th...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 5 February 1898

" :for the biggest direct current A- genorator ever made are being tYd b he General Electric works are, N. Y. It will have a Iep wee " of 400) and will weigh .or, sevpO e to s. It will b3 con ¢ r ae' for the Louisville Street Rail of Comnpany. Arewcra zJSect in Conneticnt. 0Ae5r ratsi. the . dtto reccntl d1m pierw9 '.heel her" as they said. b. e ddie d tin osequene,1 fownmuch be' &ttSmcs have ber inflbe ite with flob r mas Hotthrs ehit h not onlycures en manstafrt for the devil, his wife hen,, 1 appaing for a divorce. ThaIt EIerlasting Irritniag Itch. Thatdcribea 'fetter, Eczema and other bi Takdesr"be centse will cure them-stop t i41i, toltIstorenor postpaid prfora o5 cent Tetterips from J.'1'. Shuptriue,Savanab,iIGa. Every churce should manage to convert a h aewipaper reporter. _- Bow fewmen are ofany actual use to the world! ft Oh, What Splendid Coffee. Soodmsa, Williams Co., I11., writes: Ir. one dackage Salzer's German Coffee B erry o sting l5 I grew 300 lbs. of better 11...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 5 February 1898

GOOD ROADS NOTES, General Stone on State Aid. The subject of State aid for road uilding was touched on by General tone, Chief of the Bureau of Good toads of the Agricultural Department, a his address at the annual conven ion of the National Road Parliament. le said: "The provision of State aid is the inly possible method by which the Itate and the corporate property of he cities can aid in the building of oads. Throughout the United States he cities and corporations, as far as I :now, are quite willing to help, and he only question is how they can do "It is of more vital importance to he cities to have good country roads han it is to the people of the country hemselves. Every ounce of food hat is consumed in the cities must ome from the country, and if the :ountry roads were wiped out to-day, he farmers could go right on living, )ut the people of the cities would anve to scatter to-morrow-they could not live a day. They are beginning :o realize it; they are beginning to !eel that th...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 12 February 1898

Official Journal of the Parish of West Feliclana and School Board. .-,. l A, Jr,, Pub. and Prop ST. FRANCISVILLE, WEST FILICIANA PARISH, LA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1898. VOL. VLI.NO 2. t-I~ 3 I 3 John H. Stone, E . i ?ol ll t Clinton, La. p WELL & STONE, rw rneys L. at - Law, by t. t, Francisville, La. or ROBERT SEMPLE, Attorney at Law, prillpraotice in the conrts of the sen p ,nd 14th judicial districts. Dur- gen ~,stion, will meet clients at the the oa House in Bayou Sara whenever and tel. 21 i COUPOo Postoffice, Laco att gre W; RICHARDS PERCY, bri nel7at.Law & Notary Public, IOU Sr. F$'ANOSVILLE, LA. of Willpractice in the 13th Judicial an( c, 4th Circuit; Supreme and poi ral Courts. Office in Bank Build. Ira in pal ect OB1T. C. WICKLIFFE, up tofney * at - Law, Es T, r ANaISYrILLE, LA. op tre s ner court house. Will prae- me is the 13th Judicial and Federal the wl to< SDR A. F. BARROW, in uclan and Surgeon, de St Franciseville, La. W la Leake building. Telephone ab it...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 12 February 1898

'IE :- TRUE -:- DEMOCRAT. Published Weekly at T. FRANOISYILLE, LOUISIANA. In September twenty-five years had lapsed since Switzerland got its first ailway-from Zurich to Berne. The value of the churches and the and on which they are erected, in ,his country, up to July 1, 1.897, is es timated at $680,000,000. A medical authority asserts that "so ong as a scorcher breathes through its nose instead of his mouth there is to danger." But how is a pedestrian o know when a scorcher bears down in his direction at top speed whether the fellow is breathing through his nose or not? After giving to the world of letters a small volume of travels that no one ever heard of, Ira Nelson Morris, of Chicago, has abandoned literature and plunged into pork packing. As the elder Morris of many millions sneer ingly remarked: "rA million men can write books; few have the opportunity of my son to pack pork." CI ---"-- = - - - ..... "--... .. . The London Chronicle questions the wisdom of erecting a statue ...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 12 February 1898

"rf :· ." - v L ' t º -· r^ý 7 iý ,ýý t eeplng lHogs In Dmrnyardls. the It is not a good plan to allow hogs are to rnloose in the barnyard with other end. stock. Their odor is very disagree- clea ble to all other domestic animals and of t bhey will not cat their food so well its i when hogs are near them. Besides, upo cows and horses, if loose, will trample The on or otherwise injure hogs runnilng a theirheels. The only excuse for win beeping hogsin'the barnyard is that side they rsay root over the excrement o_ fo; cows or horses that are fed on whole won grai. No doubt the hogs will get mo' some grain in this way. But the bet- ally ter way is to have the grain ground in and feed enough less to pay for the sire ginding. With either cows or horses in 1 the meal with cut hay or straw will be Sol much better digested than will wholeo do grain. fa Step Ladders For Fruit Gatherlng. Considering how easily step ladders are are made, and their small cost it is sur- f prising that they aroQ ...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 12 February 1898

- or JE DEMOCRAT. I;jo ,URNALOF TIEPARISII 'f Ihe right o. Strii LE, JR., Proprietor. Ilolla ed to 11 per aannm - - $1.50. The SEVR.ItY SATURDAY, cheap e Post Office at St. Francis i it ,as second class matter. well tl be till DAY, FEB. 12, 1898. he th go od IORT CUTS. leave mid Hu1l of Woodville Nc a round hale plant in have says theo ]elpnhlieln. It , Crusade! Not to the Lent l--but that yo' may be nitd b to any land away trotm An te on a decent public wichi otldvillo IRepublicani tln 'e been shown at letter by Th nan Wilcox from the At. stool stitution Pub. Co. Ideily. total hey lhave ever elndorsed ras hiinmless ,lotton. They It' mtnmittal with regard to heat a of that variety. As so votn cur readers are interested tter, we publish the iteml tt may be worthy to each ' P ly. skel fly. _ ý - _ dlen who claim that woman's tion in politics would be all for to I Ile were given Ihe franichise ise the name of tt's. John cab )" Ohio as an example. She wolnan who could have de- try tuna...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 12 February 1898

~I SNotices. ,7:30 l a. d dnt s,' ý1'cduestat wil -(Il 111) tl n. Ser m on0 o it w ,IsV , to ;(. from tc rU~ o Sl School euvry 5. ýtjult eu.·V uut'L Snplt. Suprluý at 9" ýztSa 111 ntlS t \' li rl it' ~ y e~ \V.i %Qll i( III vcr' 111011t,11, Rev. pl t Ti Smmnday ill r C Olt i il"ttt C atl olO ic C lh u c li of1 t. prie t }atbC' 1e at 141,1n Sar~a. ketitotlist 5eCrvu: jeo(1Idny 0' h month, at 11 A. It nd 7x30 PSm'n "t"'.d periodical Agelnc3 - spa per for the ME,' suit is SalI4rdtMESDIhMIOCA 1T', or any nah, 5: e5Ai° V ..rPeriodical published. Junel .hereperuhed when requested. last y Cogu . MUMFORD, 211 Royail Street. J t" k (adv.) ireut: a tel. new depot as been built at Laurel .lAnel depothasbeh B0ilt Edge" butter at E. Ne\luan's. li of this place, sys he night dr blanytbhing do hint so much good or giresLch quick relicf from rhleuol- ative l amb r in's Pain Balm. 11e waVs gi t ~a reatl with shooting piius frot bgenei oeo reati l e usedlI this liniment: and to knee until heitsef...

Publication Title: True Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The true Democrat. — 12 February 1898

THE WANDERER, At drowsy dawn I left the Gate-so very long ago, WUhcther that home to memory or dream I hardly know. The cloud-hung visions of the morn were far more real then Than now are thronging city streets and cries of eager men. The hours ere yet the sun was high were like eternities, But now how swift the shadows run, how near the darkness isl Ah, well! 'Tis aye the happiest day comes swift to even-song; With merrier comrades never yet did pilgrim pass along. The paths that widest seem to part still winding turn and meet; I'erchanco they do but homeward lead again our wandering feet. Familiar faces vanish, but the voices vibrate still, And nothing now seems far away, at the ending of the hill. To one warm hand alone I cling, as fast the night grows lato, And crave that we may come at last together to the Gate. William Cranston Lawton, in the Century. 1 A REMARKABLE STORY. Dy 1VILLIAM A. TAAFFPI. O.4 t\ \% N \. DAMS is a good man," said the chief of the detective bu i isteut, ...

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