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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 2 March 1922

Mwtl~ ,Rases o (Outrid, of Bleuwvile Parish.;',:  r .......................:.. . ........ý. .; ...?..ý..2.b  tls ............... ........»:... "" °.. : tfeted aH Second (,las Matter, Apri! 1911 at the posto ei. 'eit adia *mder the Act of March 3. 10A~ A.COOK, Managing. Edlieand " Business aMi9ning * 1--As Is eusttfiry with ail 'papers the following,'c rg b. made for Obiti ar/igs, Cards of inl, Ilesolutions of Re pett, Chuich mt for enteitpn'! nt Of U1y ha wbore admi.s.ýoI i. ohrg eretc Less than 100 words 're'd - .U per word. Minimum charge ' Word.I to line; 100 words or more ANN4O16CEMRNTS` Democrat is authorized tb al. cc I, ... WIS', candidate for the office of Marshal Town of Arcadla. subect to the as expressed at the lemocratle, ry election to be heldl n Aril; BET" L "" er times" has been the topic edes.of ar~tics this year. We If It's thlnking, we are doing wei starving ,Rua---and we will that we are living right in the *arm, 'o, middle of "fetter e dýmpbo..be r aý' con ...

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 March 1922

V; % ~.4 DI D. B.1Fr Jr. tl?? ?gTebhne N4 .S4 Lyons Bros. Co, Servants of the Odp ie-Buying and Selling Everything. Mr. Foster Taylor and little son vis ited Shreveport last week. , Mr. Lamar Taylor has returned from a trip to New Orleans. Mr. Curtis Williams of Shreveport, was a week-end visitor to his mother, , Mrs. R. L. Williams. o de where your money goes fur , thLe.-Q~vea ru Co. -..ia MidoDaiq Auld returned on Tues day from a week's visit to Mpnroe friends. is: Anita )Monnette of Shreveport, was the week-end guest of Miss An nie Lesba Gloer. S eaemb wbo made It possible for )  tot r aper drinks and drs, ; " Drsr eo. Mr. and Mrs. Ross and daughter, Lucille, are In New Orleans- where they 'lwent to enjoy the Carnival seas Among those 'going to New Orleans dui g the past few days are,. Mr. R. S,. Williams, Mr. Julius Williams and Noue, Edwards. Miss Plora Glien Watkins has re ltaled to her home In Minden after a v it with her aunt Mrs. J. s ,y M -a i tmit. or ' ttry a. Stprman, ...

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 March 1922

OTO OF iVY 15OPPOSED NT SEEKS 10 RECONCILE ATMENT AND CONG. .88 ON EXPENSES. ENBY IS DETERMINED Cut Is Possible As House Cor. (Discusses An Appropriation A Force Of Barely .Y 60,000 Men. on. -President Harding t ted an effort to reconcile erences of opinion between Department and Congress as e and cost of the navyr for fiscal year. ite House conference with members of the House mmittee and Representa. 11 of Wyoming, the Repub. or, the president, seeking to oe what tome members have *as the "extreme views" is ve declared that with the o navy fixed by the arms the total enlisted person. not to be less than 80,000. Denby has insisted on an atrength of 90,000 and the icer personnel, including rs of the first class at An. 1 e graduated in dune. °; Otler and other members tee have said, however, nby's figures for an ap. bill carrying a total qf e too high, and ,reports the president that a number of House mem. ding a cut so sweep. may be funds- enough -avy bill for only 60,000 of determin...

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 March 1922

Following correspondence with some of the leading business men of Arcadia and after a This is an opportunity to get a business education right at home and save all t;, . "pe.nse and personal investigation, the Monroe Business College has decided to open in Arcadia in a very inconvenience of going away. We bring the College to you with 22 years of succt'stiul Business 'J few days a fully equipped, high-grade Business College, with both day and night sessions. College experience. Clerks, all young people employed during the day, busincss mn:., married Standard courses of study will be taught the same as in the Monroe College, and students at- w p s i. tending the Arcadia College will have every advantage students have who attend the Monroe women, publi school students and teachers, this is your chance if you ever expect to ke a busi. College. ness or short hand course. Individual Instruction. CHARTER MEMBERSHIP This is not a correspondence course or any thing of the sort. 30 Charter ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 9 March 1922

':.. ;0 The Bienville Democrat AEPN DAY EXMARCH. 9. 1922 ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, MARCH. 9. 1922 NME IT Weofiey ou Secure Shelter for your :·Monn , r ' .After you work hard and save up money, you want keep it safe for your and your family's future. Then put it in Our Bank. It will be SAFE; it will eady when you want it and NEED it. SYou can always get the advice of our officers about investment you are thinking of making, free of ge. Come in. We Welcome You. e CONNERCIAL BANK "Tb e Bank That Service Built" - ARCADIA, LA. I ON ICE REDUCED #e at once tht price on Ice will be to i .80e per O1 ibs. In less than 100 lb. lots . 68er100 lbs. Si· M00pound lots lnunons Ict Dehlvery Service handling our ntniupc. -th$1w improvement in the ri * e made at once. An add wgo*Ui M lt on, which gives the n4o -I ~f44otoWn each a wagon. ~-fuel C., nc. LA.~ r r ?. M y 7i ii t, V, COURW IN RAIL ACTION ew Otl.as, Match 6.-Judgmeit of ;es t 5.pI J. c. Dali, director sen. aof railroad...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 9 March 1922

r CONDENI O FOOD The .dehydration process with fruits and vegetables leaves all the food value and nourislhment in and tnkes out all the water andl waste. This makes shipments ea-ir and freight charges lighter. It also simplifies preparation for the table, s:; s the Los Angeles Times. Following the dehydrating proee s, a California con cern is now making and eCxportinfl pumpkin flour. It is a fine thing to be able to make the pumpkin pids di rect from flour that was once a pump kin itself. FlIur is malde from potal toes, parenips, ,turnipa adtl Other vegetables. In this woya n :o pnay have his bread and veo tlo in (nU course. He can have his 5sqIual i'tie into doughnuts if he wishes it. (:r he can have a chemi t imike him up a meal of vitir mines a111 cr(!t ries whirh he cnn get at the coillr drg -:trie. People won't need to ha e any n hlo manners at all when th s ! tists get through with our nourishmvnt. Farmers are findir ; pirle acid use aful in clearing their inds of st!Z:ns and...

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. — 9 March 1922

.R., ry y~:~) , ' ýIlustrattons by D yedP s / opright.)y; Doubld, Pae Cmpan to IACHER'S PET." -With his grandfather, sy Mllholland sla watch 'Decoration Day Parade" town. The old gentle 'teran of the Civil war, to impress the youngster la sgnificance of the great hadmanY years afterward he was to remember hid m startling vividness. In w, a few years later, Is not distinguished for Cl * He hates German even arithmetic. hi ER I-Continued. -2. m too, there were moments a in her class, when she e the lesson and tell the t Germany: What a beau- k gontry it was, so trim and such pleasant customs, people sensible, energetie a drheTe was "Miule"C" again a class, which was an- a on; though it was the Si pangled Banner" oar. was tired ofthe seidg "y Country 'Tisof a awere bores, 'bat it was glag them in German. Ia sounded "sort,o' tafunny," ' midthis bit of the days ' later theme arrived his of this pfteniular morn then being the oldet ao the houses he was D tb. blackbosr4, supposed? eid the ...

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. — 9 March 1922

EVERY THURSIDAY l iaur Is ates on Application Subscription Rates. 1 year .................................. $:.0 lr month s ...................................... 1.23 S(Ouyide of Bienville l'arish.) I Fý year - .. J _~~~~~~~.................................i22 6 months .................. 1.50 · Irreed as Second Class Matter, Aprl3 U, 1912 at the postoflce at Arcadia, I"., under the Act of March :, 1879. 8, A. COOK, Managing Editor and Business Manager . CC. TRAVIS..............Asslitant Editor NOTICE--As is customary with all newspapers the following charges y 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 is l per word, Minimum charge 50c six words to line: 100 words or more, It seems that Congress will eventu ally succeed in cutting Henry Ford out of the Muscle Shoals, Ala., project. Whether they are acting wisely in do lfg this we are una...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 9 March 1922

t.. {fl y 3 .' , .... M ' r. a .z) I :l5VBmr .r tZ! w*hlsN WEb in Black and Mw 0. Collinsworth. Lorris Wimberly spent in Shreveport. returned this week from family at Wichita Falls, :ohsde without a spring. . See it illustrated at . A. Conger. if and little daughter eport this week on a via White is spending a t in Alexandria, with 1 3VCORD BSALE-.Pjiee t3e on each record. 's Variety Store. "Johnson visited Shreve the carnival, Her sister, o Johnson, was queen Gras in the High School. Davis anticipates with i a visit this week from lies Faye 3nd Thelma f of Mrs. ary' C sorry to lean of a llnew and hope she t in. d bbug flue wlle ik Cor~ Pa toekr s bi , ,(bldwell of Bastrop, A hrs. Leo 3),a sn who ti coming Is orily d b to..both. c - ~3 . Men pt. Butler, tE crcllede her little `. Shreveport Jest 1t specialist Inthe inter. ' A~a } u ! ' u bi sot bet- t.. '· a - , i~4 . .. Ar~ s - i Na' evening at Bluff Sprlngs. Aftermany pleasant and interesting games Were ent joye , the thrilling eve...

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. — 9 March 1922

f e ere Your Taxes Go How Uncle Sam Spends Your Money in Conducting Your Business By EDWARD G. LOWRY Author "Washinton Close-Up." Banks and Financial Systems," etc. Contributor " oitical and Economic Articles to Leading Periodicals and a Writer of Recognised Authority on the Natoal Government' Busmein Method. Copyright, Western Newspaper Union XII. WHY GOOD MEN QUIT Go today intp the Treasury depart ment, the Department of Agriculture, the Department of Commerce, or Into any other establishment of the govern ment doing important technical work, ' and they will tell you that their chief difficulty is to retain competent em ployees in the supervisory and tech nal*l positions. Their turnover is ab. normally high in these positions. .. Every day men leave the service to accept private employment at ma terially increased salaries, so that the departments are continuously going through a process of selecting and training executives and technical em ployees, only to lose them, as they be o...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 9 March 1922

COLLEGE TO OPEN IN NEAR FUTURE in this issue of the Dbm. b found the advertise. Arcadia Business Calege, It is anouniced that the Col oen within the next few Aradia [Business College r the 4iireiion of the Mon. and ii~st been established te purpose of advertising ghool, atid will only take 'fir touc full course; The of the school believes uY can place their school ore the public that they the patronage they are °s a business college of the 'Jnnedy and Downing who In Arcadia for the past ,in the interest of the `te that their success hab -ng indeed, and that they ate their work within the ys. Joat feels that the Area. College is all that it is to be, and is an excellent for 30 young men and to take a business course -o 1Y, YOUNG MAN, HOW USE YOUR MONEY AND TIME? as important to be able to =of your money after you 1 ,to be able to get it. We t time while It lasted. We money in 1919 and 1920 `before in our lives. We the recklessness that al. rs "easy money." We we didn't need, gener ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 9 March 1922

IOR STOMACH INDIGESTION Sedfcrd's Black-Draught Highly Recommeded by a Tennessee Crocer for Troubles Re. Msuing from Torpid Liver. Mat Nashville, Tenn.- The effle iany of Thedford's 13!ack-Draught, the genuine, herb, liver medicine, is vouched for by Mr. W. N. Parsons, a grocer of this city. "It is without Ioubt the best liver me:d!cine, and I don't believe I could get along without It. I take it for sour stomach, head ache, bad liver, indigestion, and all other troubles that are the result of a torpid liver. "I have known and used it for years, and can and do highly recommend it to every one. I won't go to bed with. out It In the house. It wil do all it claims to do. I can't say enough for It" Many other men and women through. out the country have found Black Draught just as Mr Parsons describes '.valuable in regulating the liver to Its normal functions, and in cleansing the bowels of impurities. £ Thedford's Black.Draught liver med! hte is the original and only genuine. ACcept no ...

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. — 16 March 1922

Ili Bilenville D3emocra__ OLIJME __________________ARCADIA, BIENVILLE PARISH, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, MARCH. 16, 19?22NME FIT OE Will J A ' A T AM W*nmn n t. ip.p Backing youcanhava When you have money in the bank, you don't need i any other backing. Business emn know that the man who puts his money in the bank regularly has GOOD HAB ITS. They know they can DEPEND upon the boy or man with the baqking habit. If you haven't the habit, start today and get it. $I.oo will open an account in our bank and you can add :to it every day. We Welcome You. Te OIWERCIAL BANK "The Bank That Service Built" ARCADIA, LA. SON ICE E. UCED Effective at~ .i the. price on Ice -will be uced to I 1. O er 100 lbs. in L: sthan 1l01b, lots ; per IGO lbs. . . .. -pn iots d*6ry Service handling our an 'improvement in the be made at once. An add 4 , tio put on, which gives the ide o town each a wagon. ;yPA INi '". 2%'q I oauss rtsin f& or. 28881 :) Or* g eveMlrr the Ditie to an i° dueste t witb ~S~ttd~e# toi ...

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. — 16 March 1922

iMIVILLE DENOCRIA!1 EIJILOISHD EVERY THURSDAY Mvertising Rates on Application Subscription Rates. .ye .........$2.0 year .................... ...... 6 months ................ .............................1.? (Outside of Bienville Parish.) i year .......... ......... m onths .............................................. entered as Second Class Matter, Apri' l1, 1912 at the post,)fiMce at Arcadia, [,., under the Act of March 3, 1879. S. A. COOK, Managing Editor and Business Manager C. C. TRAVIS ..............Asslitant Editor NOTICE-'As is customary with all newspapers the following charges will he 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, We call the attention of our read era to a notice by Dr. W. L. Atkins, city health officer. This notice states the requirements of certain sa...

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. — 16 March 1922

.Illustrftons b Corihtby ,Doubleday, Page &Company. U- - .- OY THE FIGHT. -With his grandfather, Milholland is watch "D ecoration Day Parade" town. The old gentle veteran of the Civil war, to impress the young the significance of the flict, and many years aft 4 boy was to remember with startling vividness. " ebooiroom, a few years Ramsey is not distin for remarkable ability, pronounced dislikes are , "Recitations" and Ger sharp contrast to Ram wardness is the precocity Dra Yocum, a young. lady -his bitterness he denomi. her's Pet." ER III.-Continued. -3 a serious affront, at least jfIholland's way of think sey, also now proved r e quieted his friends .-an1d advanced toward do look here! Who -you __ Wesley hotly 're, body chat goes around dles' names on the pub. pups!" are they?' Ramsey as "Well, you juast look ; my otn father men* s name on the public he wants to, and, yc my father a pup, ,and what happened to i do about iltl bhead s2o, " Mao4 a what r do, ~beca-e Amy father or ...

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. — 16 March 1922

.f:/ ., 2 ALL GENERAL WORK STRENGTH E: NED BY 75 MILLION CAM. , : PAIGN, IT IS SHOWN. "" WHERE THE MONEY GOES funse That Have Been Appropriated To Various Objects Set Forth By Headquarters Office At S Nashville, Tenn. 0M.. Be Ghia, Baptist H epreBentative In EuroI~pe, on Left, and P. V. Pavloff of :" All Russian Baptist Union. Pro]hm the beginning of the Baptist 78T Million Campaign to January, 1922, t/ total Of $80,356,319.41 had been paid In to objects fostered by the Cam, ,;:, Ijn it is announced. by the general bleiBauarters office at Nashville. Of Wi*:' l~l. laOlunt $28,799,971.15 came in 011041 the payment of regular Cam " $1,151,348.26 in special contributions. ý", e~abr receipts from the various F I4t follow: Ala., $1,301,134.76; Ark., :133.09; D. of C., $123,280.01; Fla., .68; ell., $8,000,174.10; Ill., 813; KT,, $3,187,656.15; L a., " I|,{ 1,18.; Mdh $398,517.46;, Miss,,I d.60; Mo., 11,190,754.70.; N. M., 2'l, N. C,, $2,211,741.50; Okla.,I $h,633,840.53; Tenn.. ,ll;T...

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. — 16 March 1922

fiJBSMN NEWS. oM. Kerlin and Miss Lillian of Homer, were married at of Rev. B. C, Conant, last evening, Rev. Conant ofil. . Miss Bosley was a member Homer High School faculty and .often come for a week-end visit sister, Mrs. Baton Stall. She re best wishes of many friends -Mr. Kerlin is a prominent bus. F man and is manager of the house of the Ciaiborne Hard. and Furniture Co., at Haynes. `The happy couple left immedi A $ter the ceremony for New Or. fo a short visit and when they will be at home to their friends yVlle. Will Frown*visited relatives d" in Biryceland last weak. Shaw of Blenville, was the A her sister, Mrs. W. R. Dunn, oral days last week. Hortense Bosley, after spend. eral weeks visiting her Biter, ton Stall, has returned to her at Montgomery, La. *ednesday of last week the Bap. Oman's Missionary Society had prayer service for Home Mis t the church. In the morning, B. Morgan was leader of a toresting program, and the af. program, led by Mrs. L. W. . 7was much enjoyed. ...

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. — 16 March 1922

i.. Where Your Taxes Go o How Uncle Sam Spends Your Money in Conducting Your Business By EDWARD G. LOWRY Author "Washington Close-Ups," "Banks and Pinancial Systems," etc. Contributor Political and Economic Articles to Leading Periodicals and a Writer of Recognized Authority on the National Government's Business Methods. Copyright, Western Newspaper Union XIIIL UP TO YOU AND CONGRESS At the present time it would be a misnomer to speak of the national government having a personnel sys tem at all. The reform accomplished by the establishment of the civil serv ice commission and the merit system has touched but one phase of the per sonnel problem, and that but partially --entrance into the government serv Ice. Practically nothing has been done in the way of erecting the government services into careers that will attract and retain etficiut men. Bud as con ditions were in this respect before the war, they have become many times worse during and since that event. The correction of these ...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 16 March 1922

IL~E. B~arowJ 13~ : z : : ! t: : TcDHe~b.rN.3 end Mrs. Dodson and Cascfel si n vl;ited Shreveport last ic 0I G Daisy Marshall is back at her Sthe cenltral office after a tedi of grippe. I to Ilorence Sutton visited her sis- 1 Byron Vaughn and family in last w cek-end. WWm. Agurs, of Shreveport, was a, of her daughter, Mr. W. L. o the latter part of last week. B Daisy and Annie Marshall t Sunday in the home of their Dr. and Mrs. Marshall of the Gibsland. jArmour White is stationed in w a for awhile and Mrs. White in in at that place for the pres- i di is and Mrs. J. D. Jordan and lit. e ter, Audrey, of Bear Creek, in it guests of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel. the Celebrated Clinton Shoe M 'They are Cstoem Made- F Dlid B. A. Honaker left on Thurs Hot Springs where she has ng the benefits of the hot S Sher health. A and PrePing. For the w work, rn phone 123, or ti to JACK CASKET, in dl atow Bros. Store. ti etta Hargrove of Nashville, a dellghtful gest of her aunt, P. Wagner and family. Her be e...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bienville Democrat. — 16 March 1922

FUNERAL LARGELY ATTENDED Body of Herman W. Brown Laid to Rest With Impressive Ceremonies. The body of Ifornini W. Brown who died suddenly Thu rsday ii .ht. was eonfd(ted S`t 'rlay afternoon fronm th; Methodist chur.h and Was one of the roost beautif!ul ,;ld ipl)re iVe The service a his chiurclh was under the charge of Rlev. Z. 1). I.nkey. Th( church w)as (ii.rai-t'l wilh po)1trt' plants and floral ofl''-ring;, anrd tht caskt nuti <.h; w-l i a + 1!:i d'Ie will then. A -rot (,'',-. of fiies sto'1t in III(. cci,),l r. 1. .i, 1- ,acr tl((, aita( stood i . i:i',at li lil l],, a p e,' , Into a Masonic eniý ('nii sat hI-r' l; hI s h,,:;n !(:l:;i :ll (;a 1 i ), t:al. l.a., w ill the rtu('ijO tl that it lac '),, to thi grave ly Ih(, hlest Ms+,i .ic friend(l o' the rl,'e '(l A . 'Irh)s till'hiii honni Wa) 9 )Qet ountl iiiw)) U . L. Boyer r. Jr, Appropriate iu,.ic w'a. re(ndl(ered by a select choir nail a ili I (3i:'rtet, n(om hers of the Sunday S .hodl class of which the dei('as'eoi' was...

Publication Title: Bienville Democrat, The
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