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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 19 January 1922

ByMrs. D.. Brown, Jr. : : : : ' 0 ' • : Telshone No 84 -- . . . Mrs. Hancock and children were re- prevei cent visitors to Ruston relatives. count ed as Mr. Favian Bell, a New a fork cap- Rert I italist, will be the guest this week in the ye Sthe home of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Tooke. Miss Norma Duty spent the week- tions end in Simsboro, the guest of rela- into t] tives. year presei Messrs. J. W. Sherard and Watson nomin returned on Saturday from a business officer trip to New Orleans. On Mr, Glen Anders has gone to Haynes. an mE ville to work, and his wife will join bim there at an early date. husini turner Give nature a chance. Take Tan- Jones lac, nature's own medicine. City Drug study Co, Adv. most taugh Mrs. Hardy Jackson left on Wednes- ofileie day to visit her daughter, Mrs. Hoyt ing d Dobbs and family in Anniston, Ala. hers. freshi : Mrs. Glen Anders and her neice, pickl Margaret Williams, spent a day in crean Shreveport last week. of mi Mrs. T. D. Stewart's friends are A glad t...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 19 January 1922

PENITENTIARY BOND iSSUE SOLD JOINT BID OFFERING PREMIUM OF $33,100 IS ACCEPTED BY MANAGERS MTATES FINANCES IMPROVE Sale Attended By Representatives Of Almost Every Principal Bond Buying House In The Unit ed States. Baton Rouge, La.-Much interest was shown Thursday, when the board of managers of the Louisiana state penitentiary opened bids for the $1,000,000 forty-year 5 per cent bond issue. A Joint bid from Stacy and Braun of Chicago, E. H. Rollins of Chicago and the Bankers' Trust Com pany of New York, by Russell F. Hall, agent, offering a premiium of $33,100 with accrued Interest' from date of issue, was accepted. The next most attractive bid and one which proves the demand for such bonds, was one from W. R. Compton and Company, bond brokers of New York, Chicago and New Or leans, who bid par on the issue to be floated at .4 3-4. While this meant a saving of $52,000 at the end of forty years, It really offered no prem ium. The bid which was accepted offered a premium of about $70,0...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 19 January 1922

A Man To His Mate By J. ALLEN DUNN COPYRIGT DOBBS MERRIUL CO. RAINEY A HERO. term -in Ut tY sgNOPSIS.-Loitering on the San e.pnclsco water front, John Ral- "Hal Oy, newspaper reporter, is accost lid by a ggant blind man, who asks foun ; ey to lead him aboard the Siing schooner Karluk. The blind of an*n tells Iainey he is an old ship- grim ;m'ate of Captain Simms. In the 61 `cabin they find Captain Simms and 'a man named Carlsen. Simms rec. t s 0gnizes the blind man, calling him if he Jim Lund. Lund accuses Simms of Ti aandoning him, blind, on an ice 'floe, and denounces him. Simms t denies the charge, but Lund re war fuses to be pacified. He declares look hia intention of accompanying the (t Karluk on its expedition north, abo where it is going in quest of a gold $6ld which Lund has discovered. Wan ;'ypggy, Simms' daughter, is aboard, Wal =ai"d defends her father. Carlsen, Wre who is a physician, drugs Rainey. Isl Awaking from his stupor, Rainey ,,bds himself at sea. Carlsen in. at...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 19 January 1922

THE BIENVILLE DEMOCRAT PUBLISHED, EIPY THURSI)DA Advertising Rates on Application Subscription Rates. 1 year . ......................................... . 2 3 m onths .... ................................... (Outside of Bienville Parish.) 1 year........... . .... ... 6 m o n th s ... ............. ........................ 4ntereIr as Second Class Matter. April t1, 1912 at the postofalee at Arcadia ta., nrler the Act (,of March 3. 1579 A. COOK, Managing Editor and Business Manager C. C. TPAVIS..-.......Assistant Editor NOTICE--As is customary with ail newspapers the following charges will be made for Obituaries, Cards of Thanks, Resolutions of Respect, Church Notices for entertainments of any na ture where admission is charged, etc Rate: Less than 100 words 7c per line lec per word. Minimam charge 50c. six words to line: 100 words or more, * VOX POPULI * Expressions voiced by eon- * * tributors to this department do * not necessarily express the editor's * * views In the subjects whi...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 19 January 1922

me Aspeds of the Farmers' Problems3 By BERNARD M. BARUCH (Reprinted from Atlantic Monthly) ed-from last week) bu Ssmay be conceded that but' mental aid may be nec. busine I general interest, we must shay" ast It is difficult to see why autom ;d the production and dis- the gi products are not ae- tldlvi Oe opportunities that are ductli ..ther businesses; espe. I merci onjoyment by the farmer I cessoi itmes would appear to nated 'contributory to the * aral anr in the case of other btlsi The spirit of American duch a unalterably opposed, wood special privilege and to*st I privilege of unequal op. self a lust arises automatically or 1 11ure to correct glaring world tltes. I am opposed the I of government Into much j do believe that it li an other o of democratic goy. er of Suaslize opportunity so sleek SIdths Its power to do so, him the repeal of archalc Chici .t smactment of modern farm ait.trult laws keep the and Odeavorln adcientiflcally ntel athUr industry while other be of gd a ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 19 January 1922

THE UNIVERSAL CAR Announcing A Decline In The Price Of Ford ars Efective Immediately (F. 0. B. Factory) Touring Car............................................$ 48.0 Runabout ............... ............................................. $319.00 Chasis "T".... .. ....... .... ....... ...........285.00 Truck ..... ........ ....... ............... .... .......... $430.00 Coulpe.................... ..... ............... .........................$580.00 Sedan . ............................................$645.00 Tractor............... ................. ... $625.00 Arcadia Motor Co., Inc. ARCADIA, LA. m m ' A1, LA, 0000·~ MING, LACK OF WELL C.mIqunlity Brought Ingenuity . u. to Secure Supply of Suit. able Drinking Water. ir+ a school In Iewa, situated In ,t where suitable water for purposes is to be procured i'~.1ing a well to a consider met the situation by con * wash from the root of ouS, passing it through a hE bolding It for use in a brick, t . uboll Surmountes ffloulty. tank provide...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 26 January 1922

Shi _ienvi e_ _emoc VOLUME X ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JAN. 26. 1922 NUMBER FORTY-FOUR ifme is slippin away Begin to bank your Money NOW Yesterday is GONE! But TODAY is here and years are in front of you. Determine to quit extravagance and HAVE MONEY. Come in and start a Bank Account and add to your balance REGULARLY-it will grow fast and the fu ture will be bright and comtfortable. We will welcome you. The COMMERCIAL BAINK "The Bank That Service Built" ARCADIA, LA. II I SSAV NEAT WITH ICE Bring our me at to us and cure it in Cold Storage at s5c per 100. If you cannot bring your Meat to us you can cure it at home in warm weather by using Ice. , Arcadia Ice & Fuel Co., Inc. ,,l ISS , - - ARCADIA, LA. just four things: You think, be, you magine, you act. Pou learn to think better, re- lea better, imagine better or act tal ou Increase your efficiency and tic your incomes Perhaps you an S lccertol now, but of how 'c, t will a practical business gr be to you. Y...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 26 January 1922

'PLANS MADE FOR FOUNDEWSSHAT KIWANIS CLUB BACKS MOVE MENT TO ERECT MONUMENT WILL FORM AN ASSOCIATION Suitable Monument To Memory Of Captain Henry Metier Shrove, Founder of Shreveport. Shreveport, La.-Initial steps look lng to the erection of a suitable monu ment to the memory of Captain Henry Miller Shreve, a native of New Jer sey, as the recognized founder of the city of Shreveport eighty-seven years ago were taken at a meeting of the Kiwanis Club when the Rev. Claud LI Jones, pastor of the Central Christian Church, offered a resolution providing for a special committee of Kiwanians to attend to the necessary prelimi nibs. The plan outlined by the Rev. Mr. Jones also provides for the orga nisation of the Henry Miller Shreve port Memorial Association, to be com posed of represntatives of civic bodies, churches and schools, to do vise ways and means of establishing the memorial. As stated by Rev. Mr. Jones, his torical records show that Captain bhreve was an engineer of national note...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 26 January 1922

Brown. Jr. : : : : : ' ' Teleghome No. 34 .Guire w11eti to Mon 'p visit relatives, -ons retirned on Fri rt, where she we(nt remloved. {, of Houston, Tex on Tuesday in the 0( Mrs. L. M. Tol'oke. who is making her home Mrs. J. C. Andrews ews, has been visit 1omer. 'rly left on Satur duties at Newcomb Her return was t f illness. of Mr. George Sut - regard to his condi delicate, at times is hoped that he will aggal strength. has the sympathy in her anxiety about Middleton, of Many, - 1 in the Sanitarium gM Truluck left on bedside. of Ringgold, is bedside of her A. Cook, who has the past ten days. I'nds wish for a jad Mrs. Carl Goff ations on the `Me last Friday, Jan  little daughter, who assIme of her maternal Caroline Under jboke and daughter, Op Wednesday for an to California. Their wgon is Los Angeles, visit other places of lends wish for them winter. They were t of the way, en n Bell, of New their house guest Uand who is leaving in New Mexi. iDomon, representing ion Department i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 26 January 1922

TE BIENVILLE DEIlOCRAT PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Advtising Rates on Application Subscription Rates. year ................................... .. $ .00 6 months ..... ........... (Outside of P;ienville Parish.) 1 year . .................. $2.2 6 m onths ................... ........................ 1.5 fntered 5s ,S ," 1tl rC'lass Matter. April 11, 1912 at tlhe postffice at Aradiar sA., iruder the Act of Mlarch 3. 1S79. S. A. COOK, Managing Editor and Business Manager C. . TRAVIS............. Assistant Editor NOTICE--As is customary with all ne,spapers the following charges; will 'be made for Obituaries, Cards of Thanks, Resolutions of Respect, Church Notices for entertainments of any na ture. where admission is charged, etc. Rate: Less than 100 words 7c per line lc per word. Minimum charge 50c six words to line: 100 words or more, Co-operation Wat is co-operation? Webster says it's !'Joint action." In other words it is the combined effort of a body of peo ple Working in full accord ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 26 January 1922

A Man To His Mate By J. ALLEN DUNN COPYIRiGHT 0BBS MERRL CO. "MEBBE A QUEENl" Synopsis.-Loitering on the san Francisco water front, John Ral ney, newspaper reporter, is accost ed by a giant blind man, who asks railney to lead him aboard the sealing schooner Karluk. In the abin they find Captain Simms and a man named Carlsen. Simms rec ognizes the blind man, calling him jim Lund. Lund accuses Simms of ,abandonmng him, blind, on an ice Ioe, and denounces him. Sirmms denies the charge, but Lund Te fuses to be pacified. He declares his intention of accompanying the jtarluk on its expedition north, where it is going in quest of a gold 'leld which Lund has discovered. Peggy, Simms' daughter, is aboard, and defends her father. Carisen, who is a physician, as well as first mate, drugs Rainey. Awaking from his stupor, Rainey finds himself at sea. Carisen Informs him he has been kidnaped. He offers Rainey a share of the gold, and Rainey is ,forced to declare himself satisfied. tfnd gives him ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 26 January 1922

Record Warrants Faith The reports of this bank show progress and successful in vestment. Strict adherence to the bank ing laws, careful transaction of the business and honest consideration of our depositors' interests go to'make this institution a safe, substan* tial and reliable depository. Our record justi. fies the faith of our great number of depositors and insures protection. I Sa ety-Honesty-Courtesy-Service BANK OF COMMERCE Gibsland, La. f llouiown FAIL TO RESPECT PROPERTY Ort Body of Americans Need Edu. stlon Concerning Proper Usage of Publio Places. The mental make-up of men and wUs who scatter papers along the dhiods, who trample down growing aops,' who break down farmer aggels, and who are real,sible for ,tirounding our woodland streams wit a beadwork of tomato cans is e easy to understand. Such peo mi a erely primitive indivlduallstsr be have not yet advanced in dvll ilems to a point where they can vinalise the property rights of others. There is another group of wayfa...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 2 February 1922

The Bienville Democrat X ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, FEB. 2. 1922 NUMBER FORTY-FIVE 1 U 1 WU. fSill I jiro is a better shopper than a na; she is ..more ..areful money go farther. If every mat will give his WIFE a rSpt, bhe will soon find out that she SAVES HIM MONEY. an open a separate account for your wife in our Bank or a ACCOUNT for both wife and yourelf.. We will waeom you. COMMERCIAL DANI "The Bank That Service Built" ARCADIA, LA. SEAT WITH ICE your meat to us and cut it in Cold Storage ptr 100. If you cannot bring your Meat to can cure it at home in warm weather by dia Ice & Fuel Co., Inc. o~ , - .* ARCADIA, LA. ruADIA lBID scompeald by a b ,eulve4 ths week mctor of the Amrad , LA. Ia. 26' 1922. Aradia Bhad, t Smeetlt n o the1 last idlht a treo am sunat-n dtOht tbhe 3pp a doantin me dO chelk for thst a attrbute to door tear, a- b ian aor am awa Soatm*t ther tow tint it Is %bsr wsh heaa tart will h* " Gt hea Re date tbst more intaent to 1- -, ,a0 -asrag...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 2 February 1922

PHYSICIANS AID] HEALTH CRUSADE INSPECTION BY DOCTORS AND NURSES AID IN CURBING OF DISEAS fS PUBLIC AID FREELY GIVEN Many Schools In Rural Districts Arel, Visited By Public Health Phy sicians And Nurses To Examine Children. Baton Rouge.-Physic!ans of the various parishes and the public in gen eral are co-operating with the public health nurses in their work of school n Inspection, according to reports re ceived here. Epidemics are being 1 kept down and contagious diseases jl checked. Reports to the State Depart- 0 ment of Education from public health nurses for the month of December fol- t low: T Beauregard parish-Miss Beatrice I Daniel, nurse-Number of schools vis- ai ited, thirteen; time spent in schools, p, thirty-one hours; examined by phy- h sician weighed and measured, 709: examined by nurse, (instead) modern health crusade started in schools; tv treatment by nurse, typhoid vaccine tl given, 150; home visits, eight; mis- e. cellaneous visits, three; on account w of approaching ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 2 February 1922

rD ..m,. : : -~i - t • • . Mr. Tom Jones made a business visit Bilenville last Saturday. .rs. E. H. Davies and Mrs. Dixon vies were in town on Monday. MUr Sl. A. Honaker will leave this wIk to make her heme in Shreveport. Ib T. N. Harper and little daugh -iº are visiting relatives in Haynes. 1, .. Wilkerson, of Ashdown,  was a recent guest of his sons, Ed and Claud Wilkerson. t se Nonnle Edwards and Onra went to Ruston on Tuesday eve. to see "Way Down East." 11sses Mary and Maurine Daniel last week-end at home ,returning aoday, to resume school duties. L. M.Looke, Misses Nellie Hays Johnson, saw the Photo-play, Down East" on Tuesday eve. At Ruston. and Mrs. Jamieson, who have occupying rooms at Mr. and Mrs. Sutton's have moved into Miss Gof's home. and Mrs. P. E. Brown, Misses and Jessle Brown went over to to see the Griffth production, Down East" Tuesday. Angle Candler, whohas been In the house owned by Mr. 8. known as the Dalton place, last week to Junction City, Ark. Marion Cov...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 2 February 1922

.offici on s na new  Jgl ~~......a..$,00Cet "" 1.25 Den, /:. .................................... an  ,Lo! B!enville Parish.) and e..e.. . . ......... $2.25 inter - ..- ..1.50 the r " ,.. {vest] • *L Jh' Class Matter, A Mril .tat the postofice at Arcadia As is customary with all pu r the following charges 1 an for Obituaries, Cards of L)lolptione of Respect, Church ea ;,l eteranments of any eh n Ad iss on is charged, etc. Stitan h0e words charg line w1Vo d. Minimum charged, Met. to line: 100 words At more, that a irr. lIvide Your Head? r i lh Pd ,you will succeed or fall of- what is Inside of your head. the X-ray nor any other do. finvented or ever likely to be ;*r111 snable a prospective em- se to look into your brain. Even _., wirer and psychological holi but little. And many a boy $10 at tehead of his class in q: " ,turf or college never makes good kn y aty somewhere behind your the the ability that will enable ma; ;wla. But that ability has got beg tried out. You've~ot to ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 2 February 1922

A Man To His Mate By J. ALLEN DUNN ScovRwrAPT -on d .. .co. QHNAPTER X.-COntjRnd. I , .ir ICHAPTER X--Continued. S-11- x Lund sooner or later, meant to take willing or unwilling. le had so, none too Covertly, that very ang. And, if Rainey meant to d between her and Lund as a pro or, Lund would accept him In that aracter only as the girl's lover and rival. For the time being, the safety of Karluk and the succestful carry. Sbut:of the pupose of the trip took 'of' lJUtd's attention andt energy. e h :had ;been thwarted by the easher from gleaning hlitgold har. et, ant ft began to look as if the attempt might be no more for ater heKarluk's stout," he said oneb, shle in't built for the Arctic. It - glt nipped badly she'll go like An .elf." - "And then what?" Rainey ask , "Git the ,gold ! That's what we I for. If we have to make sleds Sthba-nt.ers for a'dorga m." laughed ,indomitably. "We'll make man of you yit, Rainey, afore we back." _und was snatching sleep in scraps, ig always to fee...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 2 February 1922

Your Protection You not only protect your savings, but you get paid for doing so when you have a savings account at this bank. Moneythat'sidle means money wasted. Put your saving to work and watch the interest grow. We watch both the prin cipal and interest for :., ·you and relieve you of all the banking worries. .a - oonest-Couwry-Serc _ NK OF COMMERCE + :,`"FGibeland, La. "4 's NOW w I 011 SSwa r busiadness vsi- pr : ` g tu d a 7, B e 1went to Shreve ( t t heat ousae's 1band W <nt Iat the idsfortune tI oealie kiled ptweek. p tf ti s aoyed b st bothoe folks at l si `. e has *rein d W *etItMs at iffln and is & J4 eta r t' ;la ner t4 Yg r i , ~'~b a Wednesday of last week. Some of the larger boys were working with the cap on one of the raditom whn a hoeay pressure of steam gushed ,out and scalded the boy. He was taken home at once and a physician summoned who pronounced the injuries bad but not serious. - On last Wednesday evening the pretty bungalow which was being ,built 'fo...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 9 February 1922

r ~ -ii "e •~- "?e·; --~· ;'.- ·r. - .. ', " . "'. ;L1· . .4.i,.I: A .· % j · jC ,~Nt: *'·' ~ ~ IJ' . 4pt 1 ~ r ~··~ ~* r : 5 * Xi 4 · ID ePlr Binvll De oca - -.;: ARADA BLENILL PARSH LOIINTUSAFB 9 92NME OT u would unlock the door of sucche you must rethe bahking habit and deposit your., poney -RLY, As yqur balanc6 grows, your Influence. other men with money will seek you out and more Opportunities fort making more moaney. T today. C e nand open an account. 8uc. BU,. O We weCMr e you. he tervice Buii" ARADA L4. 4 *1 ý V ý ,ýtCor~i r!4r yyhKR 2ý ý 1 it A ý fi I 51 1 i\ · tit ý iittY ý ?t 1 S { (SW -- r ·i s a31 .. - - h :5-:nc'k riy~k ?J'Cu ý.; 5 ts ' a7~~: -·~ .L . ! f !t , ýttY, - 4 ~ 4 v~t,, J "ý`t " p r r~ t r ý tJ4I i s~~pbec. A' 4- 3 L i.F t ^F 16. c # . . rI K u:S '! is ý ý iý t { Y t ARCIIBISOP O0 MlN , CaOSUN Por0 BY CONCLAVE It is announced by the daily press that Cardinal Archille Ratti archbish op of Milan, has been elected to sue ceed late Poke Benedict XV as su preme...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 9 February 1922

Where Your Taxes Go How Uncle Sam Spends Your Money in Conducting Your Business By EDWARD G. LOWRY ttast hintos Close-Ups," "Banks and Financial e eSr te Contributo Poitical ad Economic Articles to Leading Periodicals and a Writer d Recognised Authority on the National Government's Business Methods. Copyright, Western Newspaper Unioo viii. INCOMPETENTS ARE KEPT :' The annual turnover in the govern i; ment service is something allost in credible. No business corporation, however strongly established, could long endure the heavy annual drain.on its resources. Hundreds of men leave the government service daily; and new, untrained people have to be taken on and taught to do the work. This costs money, as every employer Sknows. The: resignations from the govern ment service are chiefly from the su ,t :pervisory and most highly paid posi tions and from the very lowest grades. :i he men at the top, if they have any finitiative or ability or ambition to : aaiske i name for themselves, are ...

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