Livedville was a dark, small town. It is located in the great state of Washington, 17 miles outside of Seattle. The approximate population of Livedville is 11,600. The city's main street was W St. There was a bank, a supermarket, the Church of Jesus Christ, and a hotel on W St. The supermarket was the only one in town, so it got all the business. The bank was also the only of its kind in town. There are several churches in town, but the Church of Jesus Christ was the most popular. No one really understands why there was a hotel such a small town. The hotel was mostly used by the prostitute…
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