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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 24 November 1908

a r,:> fi t ■Trnnliart^ DRUGGIST AND PHARMACIST. COMPLETE STOCK Stationery, Oombs, Brushes Pocket Knives, 1?erfume9f Rubber Good£, r*aint^, Gils, Varnishes and Window Glass. Agency fox* Hawkes Glasses. Phofte 32 ttew Mosely Building Lafayette St, Jefferson, « Fant & dfvens Livery Stable Carries a Pull Linfe of Peed Stuff. Will meet all trains at kildare day and night. Hack arrive at Linden daily 11:30 a. m. r,kick leave Linden daily.. . ....3:30 p. m. CASS COUNTY STATE BANK CAPITAL STOCK $15,000:00 We solicit the patronage of the people- of thi^- Section and promise Fair Dealings. We especially desire the business of the Farmers, knowing that it is to TIIE1R INTEREST to borrow money rather than to go to f he merchant and pay CREDIT prices. When you come to'Lihifeltf ffalT Ob tiff.' Respectfully, 0. H- NELSON", I N- MARETT, ^President Cashier- I, DR. BROILES i thcild reum'-e doctor). sloe st in ikoe and lonfiest locftth. resbur 8rmmtes in mebicire. 1 ^ ^ «E OFFER TOU THE UlltE...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 1 December 1908

••• v- iJmLA J. E. A. B4I\(«KK. Publisher. )■ ■ • | I ~ ~—■? " A. Paper Devoted to the best Interests ol the ^People. SuhwrlpH VOL 33. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1908. WANTED 1,000 Organizers, to organize the col- ored people of the United Statjjp into The Negro Farmer and La- borers' .Educational, Co-Opera- A NOISE TEN MILES LONG, NEW | score was mountain highest, the YORK'S IDEA OF A CELEBRATION.1 u£ht l1iished uroimd to the easti by ma 11112 alice phillips. tive Unibn of America, Charte^^H)erj|pC0 Gf one's first presiden ed by the State of Texuff, and election in New York, one Copy-Righted by the United ' concludes sleepily and drearily The people up in Connecticut, over in Jereey and along the NEW YORK.—Wheft one has ] Hudson aftd further up in the realy lived through the frazzling state could tell which way the election was going from these ■ "M States, and Indorsed by the Exe- cutive Committee of the White Farmer* Union of Texas; for further particulars address, J. E....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 1 December 1908

. WwSMS'. i; fyi • i. m&* iw . ,y: THE CASS COUNTY SUN JOHN BANGER, Publisher. LINDEN, - - - - TEXAS Thoy can send the suffragettes to Jail, but they don't seem to ba quite able to shut them up. Oregon produces a peacn weighing 17% ounces. Cleveland has hundreds of 'em that average 125 pounds. Prof. Starr denies that the Filipinos are lazy, and thus Chicago takes the credit for settling another world prob- lem. It begins to look now as though bal- loonibts fall to earth not less often but 0 more easily than aviators of aero- planes. Society, says Lady Randolph Churchill, has no brains. For society's retort read that sentence without the commas. < The New York Times says: "Old gas meters must go." Must? Great Scott, do the old things ever do any- thing else? Exchange says: "Cranberries are a good liver corrective." But what pos- sessor of a good liver wants any cor- rections made? THE WEEK'S EPITOME A RESUME OF THE MOST IMPOR- TANT NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAD. NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 1 December 1908

kmrn m , JAPANESE MINISTER OF WAR / From stereograph,copyright, by Underwood A Underwood, N. Y. Baron General Terauchi, one of the leading figures In the mikado's cabinet. FILLS PULPIT AT 11 REMARKABLE PRECOCITY OF LIT- TLE LOS ANGELES GIRL, Recently Took Place of Sick Pastor and Delivered a Really Eloquent Sermon on the Subject of Love, Los Angeles, Cal.—Taking her sick pastor's place in the West End Con- gregational pulpit, Inez Bowers, 11 years old, preached a remarkable ser- mon. Inez has shown remarkable facility for discussing theological subjects. She is an earnest student of the Bible nd knows hundreds of passages by heart. She wears short dresses, and when the pulpit does not call her she devotes much time to her doll, which she calls Sue. The church members were much surprised to hear a sermon worthy of a "grown-up." The girl apparently had not memorized it, and she stated « t the outset that she always depend- ed upon, occasions like this upon di- vine guidance. Here is a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 1 December 1908

GABS COUNTY SUN John Editor <fe Proprietor TlIKCASS COUNTY SUN fmblUbed every Tuesday, U entered at the Lluden {lustofflcu an Second;Class matte*. M Z'- -7^ kaths OF SUBSCRIPTION: Single copy per year ' $1.00 " six months ' 50 cents No papers sent out without, the cash in advanciS; paper stopped when" time is out. or .we lose it. S Obituary notices and cnrcls of thanks will be inserted at two-and-a-half cents per line OUR MAGAZINE SECTION. Did you notice the Mogaziuo (taction of the Cass County Sun ® last week'' How do you like it? Wo propose to give it, onco a month for twelvo months, to all of our subscribers and we think ii.aught to double or thrible our subscription list in the next two months. But it wont do it without your help. Just show >t to your neighbors and ask lliera to subscribe for the Cass County Sun. The Magazine comes free. Every one who will get a club efiivo new subscribers at $1.00 each and send us a postal order for $4.£0 or bring the cash, can fteep tho ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 1 December 1908

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE V •'-1- 1^^-5-5^ fcupion 6il at C. II. ftelson's. ~ v—?-y?—■«$! Justice Fraztors court con* vencd yesterday. Trade at C. II. kelson's and Save money. G. W. Coody wa8 a visitor to tlie biirg yesterday. Nice line of Overcoats from 1(13.50 to $15.00 at C. II. Nelson's The Commissioners' court met iii special session yesterday. Go to /. T. Sheffield & Co. for nicb dress poods of ftll kinds. II. C. Rirklaud Was in town yesterday. Dianidnd (15) colfee at Ilarris t)uncau & Fant. Mr. Lee Williams attended to lilisiness in Jefferson Saturday. 8 lbs. of tip top Roasted coffee jor $1.00 nit C II. Nelson's. tJncle John Miller was among the Linden visitors yesterday. !§ilk shirt waist at C. II. Nel- son's for all. D. B. Cates was in the hub ijresterdaj'. See Harris Daucan & Fant before you buy your groceries. / V * Mr. Jim Hamilton was on our streets yesterday. -Mens line pants at C. II. Nel- son's. Hair Tonics at J. J. Story's: Danderine, La Creole, Halls, I'aiker...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 1 December 1908

JOHN HENRY LAWMAKERS BY GEO. V. HOSART, ("HUGH M'HUGH.") ' , ' Dear Bunch: I've been in this burg for a few hours mingling with the lawmakers, and it isn't such expensive mingling at that—only about 50 kopecks to the hour. This afternoon I was introduced to a couple of hand-made politicians, and they certainly did hand me a scream. These two language-killers have been political enemies for years, and «very time they meet they simply stand around and throw worn-out words at each other. One of them listens to the name of Mike, and the other will squeeze up to the bar and nominate his brejjf. you call him Rudolph. As for their last names—well, tn tjft interests of good government I won't mention them. Suffice it to say that Mike bears the same relation to Albany politics that a mustard plaster does to a cold on the chest—even If he doesn't get there, he leaves his mark. When Mike reached the age of dis- cretion he decided to become a great man, so he opened a saloon and be- came. I was...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 1 December 1908

LEWIS' "SINGLE BINDER." A hand-made cigar fr«bh from the table, wrapped in foil, thus keeping fresh until smoked. A fresh cigar made of good tobacco is the ideal smoke. The old, well cured tobaccos used art1 so rich in quality that many who formerly smoked 10c cigars now smoke Lewis' Single Binder Straight 8c. Lewis' Single Binder costs the dealer some more than other 5c cigars, but the higher pricc enables this fac- tory to ubo extra quality tobacco. There are ninny imitations; don't be fooled. Them Is no substitute! Tell tlx> dealer you want a Lewis "Single Binder." How we dislike to accept a favor from a person we dislike! PE-RU-NA AS A LAST RESORT msgm % -lit \ * "m\ 'i0m I ... .V • ~ .'■'•-•irS' USED TO IT. NEWS FROM OVER TEXAS MR. WM. F. VAHLBEBG. Mr. William F. Vahlbcrj/, Oklahoma City, Okla., writes: "One bottle of Peruna which 1 hare taken did more toward relieving uie of an aggravated case of catarrh ot the stomach, than years of treatment with the best physicians. "I h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 1 December 1908

ND PH RMACIS < dm ri.t :tk stock stationery, Combs, Brushes Pocket Knives, "Perfumes, Rubber Goods, Paints, Varnishes and Window Gloss. Oils, Agency for Hawkes Glasses. Phone 32 New Moscly Building Jefferson, - Texas* Fant <5v (livens Livery Stable Carries a Full Line of Peed Stuff. Will meet all trains at Kildare day and night. 'Hack arrive at Linden daily 11:80 a. nj. Mack ledve Linden daily . «...8;30 p. m. Pif : >■'. Slllw HSjlSfeiv ■"* yV' I1' ■■■ " m GASS COUNTY STATE BANK capital stock $15,000.00 i ' '* ! ' •' ' . •/;>{.'• /•£ ' '• \te solicit the patronage' o! the people of this Section and promise Fair Dealings.. * ' ' We especially desire the business of the Fanners, knowing that it is to THEIR INTEREST to borrow money rather than to go to the merchant and pay CREDIT prices. ' Whe*i you come to Linden call on in: , Respectfully, (i i r. xi:ijso>t, i ]sf. maeett, ^ 3?resident- Cashier* DR. BROILES I THE OLD RELIABLE DOCTORS. OLDEST IN ME AND LOWEST LOCATES. G...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 8 December 1908

/ ■ K^SSE1'* I J A. fl IXiKR. Publi li«i t Interests ot fch iroted to tbe be ■M«T#W rijtt^eis VOL 33. LINDE , TEXAS, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8. 1908. WANTED 1,0001 REPORT OF RELIEF COMMITTEE f I ' | Hrafgn S£'M fi® Organizers, to organize the col- ore! people of the United States into The Negro. Farmer and La- borers' Educational, Co-Opera- tive Union of America. Chatter, jed by the State of Texas, and Copy-Bighted by the United States, and Indorsed by the Exe- cutivn Committee of the White Farmer.* linibh of Texas; for urther particulars address, J. E. BAXuKH^Lmdeiv Texas, r-. i. l^. IVK:ONrM. D. Offers -hfe sw evicts to the people of (linden and [.surrounding c'dfuiitrv. f'roqipt atteu- ♦jon given I o all calls ay or night, your pract ice solicited'. Olfict \vi(l| Dr. Davis." v uiimB Cull ;it .J. O. [Good titan's B«tr- ifchon lor first class work " ' J:'*.'!'. Eiarvihing clean and nice, up-r ;;ii r jpi.it j sharp razors iluires, all in apple G. E DAVIS, M. t>„ li'l.VN, illld oliSTKTU...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 8 December 1908

(. r i-' W M IS m ■I $ II1C CASft COUNTY MJN JOHN BANGER, Publisher. linden, texas It Is naturally hard for a woman masquerading In male attire to be a man among men. The fall styles in football yells are reported to be somewhat louder than last year's patterns. THE WEEK'S EPITOME RESUME OF THE MOST IMPOR- TANT NEWS AT HOME AND ABROAD. NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE A man while trying new boots on in £ store fell and broke his leg. Must have been a pretty slippery customer. An aeroplane garage has been con- structed on the roof of a building in Paris. It is probably reached by a fiigbt of stairs. "War would be a crime," said the mayor of Tokyo. War is a crime, but are all the great defenders criminals? There's the rub. It is rumored that Pullman fares are to be reduced. Nothing has been said about a readjustment of the scale governing "tips." Kaiser Wilhelm says he told Queen "Victoria how to run the Boer war. Does the kaiser mean to imply that he wants all the blame for Its conduct? If the t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 8 December 1908

, ' I 1 I ■ ,P2€TK/mS ESY & rmv •Jt COPYA/CHT. /SOT BY «. C / rrCLUtG &4 f o. * CHAPTER I. I nev' ?r quite knew how It was that I took \Vincent with me, except that we both needed a holiday at the same time anil the same kind of holiday ap- pealed «to us both. Vincent's whole name almd title is Lord Wilfred Vin- cent, for^ he is the younger son of the ok', duke^ of Totten. Men of his own age call lHim "Freddy," but I call him Vincent or Wilfred, because I con- elder curi ailed appellations undignified. Vincent i s an artist—that is, he calls himself rtne; his friends call him "a dabbler iJn art." He doesn't really go in for It,seriously, you know, but he did little, sketches of cows and that sort of thiing rather well, I fancy. So we agree'll that our aim was to find a little bid village, far away from London, jind get rooms in some old farmhous.9. My idea was that Vincent would goiout and paint the cows while I would ^le in the hammock and the old lady j would bring me butt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 8 December 1908

Br . •• '... ■ Ipf * iwMMaMMtai ■ *Sr--. & - VI ft J ■ I I ;, . ■ CAS8,COUNTY SUN John Banger, JEditor «Jfc Proprietor THE CASS COUNTY SUN jiublUheil every Tftcodiy, u entered at tbe Liutlou Jiostoffi'io aa Second,CUbh matter. kates df subscription: Single copy per year ' $1.00 " six months 1 cents No papers sent out without the cash i A AdvancB; pa pet stopped when time is tint, or we lose it. Obituary notices and cards of thanks will be inserted at two-and-a-half centSt ^>cr line MA6AZINE SECTION DISdONtiNUEO. We wish to inform our read- ers tliut by a ruling of* the Post Officc Dtpartinont we lenrn that newspapers arc not allowed to send out Magazine Secticns with their sheets, when printed else- where, only as third class matter. •This of course makes it impos- sible f<>r us to continue sending (he Magazine Section. Our agents are therefore instructed fttft. to use the section as an in- ducement to Obtain subscribers. medicine That Bs ItlU'iliciiie. "I have suffered...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 8 December 1908

•if' , > I t*Farmers you can get a good • ) hot lunch at all times at Beasley l*.v. f r 1 •'.'v • V WlwM, jpion Oil at C. H. Nelson's., Born to Mr. and Mrs. R. M. fetouo & boy last week. 'trade at 0. H. Nelson's and attVflf ffioney. 6orn to Rufus Pato and wife a boy on Monday of lr.st week. Nice line of Overcoats from $3,150 to *15.00 at C. H. kelson's Wamby Smith of Naples waB a business visitor in the city yesterday. VxTuTj/l. SheKhf~i& Co. for nice dress goods of all kinds. Misa Fannie Stevenson was Visiting iu town last week. Diamond (15) coffee at Harris ftuncan & Fant. Mesdames J. A. Roberts and Claud Willard, of Kildare, were ;;<£ ■ [{■ . visiting in Linden last week. , . , MM . -* ^ ^ Look out! The laundry goes * off Monday the 14th before Christmas, J. J. ^toty. 8 lbs. of tip top Roasted coffee ""for $1 00 nt 0 H. Nelson's. Mrs. Teble, of Watren Sprin's Community i foas trading in town H Saturday. Currents, SeeSed Raisins fitid Mince Meat at E. H. Sheffiel...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 8 December 1908

No Others It Is a class to Itself. It has no rivals. It euros where others merely relieve. For aches, pains, stiff joints, cuts, burns, bites, etc., it is the quick est and surest remedy ever devised. We mean Hunt's Lightning Oil man, th called for he is no honest handtin Lor*-* in rate*. He Bay8: ''I have u e< 8P0UNS D1STEMPKH CURK for 12 yearo, always with beat success. It ia the «)u!y remedy 1 kut-w to cure all farms of distemper ami prevent horses in Kiime wla tile having the disease." 50c and $1 a hot tli*. All druggists,^riinanufacturers. Spohn Med ical Co., Chemists, Goshen, Ind. % Is This True? "I wouldn't do for politics, I guess," iaid the pretty girl. "I'd simply vote the way papa votes." "In that," remarked an observer, you wouldn't differ so very much from most men." Friend, what you'd get, first earn. Browning. Important to Mothers. Examine carefully every bottle of CASTORIA a safe and sure remedy for Infants and children, and see that it lined with black, for eyes....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 8 December 1908

I eHH RrbjI 8pi8p I 1 fl R:' —— news from oyer texas NINETY-EIGHT FEET 8HY. SEEMED W0R8E EVERY DAY. wt. C. C. Garner, a farmer living near' Weatherford, shot and killed himself Saturday night. The cotton mill at Corslcana, after an idleness of several months, start.- ed up Monday with a full forc^" of op- eratives. Burglars crackod the safe in the office of Ivorentz & Kepley, commis- sion merchants of El Paso at an early hour Sunday morning, securing $50 in money. A young man whose effects indicate that he was Oscar Heard of Brown- wood, Texas, was found dead in his room on the third floor of a hotel in St. Louis Monday. The cotton receipts of San Angelo are now nearlng the 10,000 mark, which breaks the record for the same time in the past history of that city as a cotton market. Daniel Benchoff and Joe Decker of Menardsvllle announce they will put on an automobile passenger line be- tween Brady and Menardville about the imiddle of December. A Joint session of the city and coun-...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 8 December 1908

HP 1 HI ' ■ M* ;! «spf RStS1- ;■ Hi | I. J iii .d it.oi ■■-• . 'k_y ■ s? ' I £J;.£^Wv, $ I .;?W "1: |r 1 i . . ^ ...... A'- . •-. DIVISION • ; '■ : •;:v :flPjj ;" $Ri" , IW^—....i ■■A-Ulf™ Fletcherism for Drunkenness. T> I R K O T f- lK^ I-' ' "■ ■ \ There is no worse Washington lost: A new and, hinth'UTieu to the cause of Christ j aovel cure for drunkenness is D R U G (l 1 ST A N |) PJiAR MAC 1ST. loday in the world tlmu so many! proposed by the now famous Mr. divisions in nearly all denomiua- Fletcher, who took u hint from COMPLETE STOCK Stationery, Combs, Brushes, Pocket Knives, Perfumes, Rubber Goods, Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Windo^v Glass. Agency for Hawkes Glasses. Phone 32 New Moscly Building Lafayette St; Texas, ft . ;1 Churches Jefferson, I ant & Givens Livery Stable Carries a Full Line cf Feed Stuff. Will meet all trains at Kildare day and night. Itaek arrive at Linden daily..........!..... ....;.J 1:30 a. m, flack leave Linden daily..;... \. 8:30 p. in. , \oo . ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 15 December 1908

jr. E A. B4NCEW^. PubliHher. )■ A Paper IDovoted to the best Interests ot vol 33. Linden, texas, Tuesday, decemb pttrtemm-aynjniam 111 ■ i mil 11 ire I J M wanted 1,000 rganizets, to organize the col- red [Ml pie of the United States a to The Negro Farmer and La- jrers' Educational, Co-Opera- j^^ion America. Charter /the State of Texas, and I ytighted by the United jtftte^, and Indorsed by tlid Exe- Ritivej Committee 'df the White farmers Unioti df Texas; for .irther particulars address, J. E. V. •Banoku, Linden Texas. ft K. LIOOH, M. 33. /ifjg'rs his services'tb the people [uarif Linden uiid surrounding 5js country. I'rOntpt atten- tion given to all calls day or night, your I. practice solicited. "v Office with I)r. Davisi Lat J. 0. Goodiiian's Bar- hop for first claSs work •yt.hing clean and nice, ;:p- ,-M'ate hair cut, sharp razors lid clean shavesj all in apple fieokler. OPEN LFTTER TO FARMERS' UNION State Lecturer aiid Organizer Joe Ed- aiondson Makes PiiClic Address to Members...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 15 December 1908

/ / ITI1C CASft COUNTY SUN "3228) JOHN BANGER, Publisher. LINDEN, - - - TEXAS Count Zeppelin probably thinks that the aeroplane Is all right as a toy. In 1,000 years, Bays Nanuen, the end of the world will oome. Which end, explorer? - Male servants In the Argentine cap- ital get 66 cents to $2.20 gold a day and female help 40 cents to $1.10. Count BonI de CasteTlane has not been saying much recently, but we feel safe in assuring the public that he is not sawing wood. If, as a scientist claims, trees think. It would be Interesting to know their opinion of the man who deliberately starts a forest fire. Missouri man has his life saved by a package of cigarettes in his inside pocket. Don't cheer—a brier pipe would have been just as effective. Cato learned Greek at the age of 80 years, owing to the fact that he was not living in a country where every fool was permitted to carry a gun. William Howard taft will be the only president with a middle name since Chester A. Arthur. All but seven...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 15 December 1908

<nm JKjl J8L t #H § rmr &7A CAMPBELL _y** AiuEsmm WILSON copyn/crtt. /pot by a. c. mfcl u*to i CO. UYN0PSI8. Lord 'Wilfred Vincent and Archibald 4>rhune are Introduced at the opening of the story, In England, the latter relating the tale. The pair on an outing miss their train and necking recreation meet "the Honorable Agatha Wyckhoff." Her land Is much sought after, because of J.Br wealth. On visiting the Wyckhoff castle they are Introduced to tw.o other girls, both known aa Agatha Wyckhoff. CHAPTER li.—Continued. The meal was well cooked and beau- tifully served, and by the time the salad course arrived Vincent and I had lost much of our constraint and self- consciousness and were talking and laughing with the best of them. The levity and freedom from the conven- tionalities usually observed at a din- ner party, in which those girls in- [f dulged, was a bit shocking to me, al- though it did not seem to disconcert Vincent in the least. After dinner our adventure de- velop...

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