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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 31 August 1909

J jEditor - m9 I^ropVietor a m THE CASS COUNTY SX!N published every Tui'dday, Is «mtt>r<;d A the I.lnden poitofflo® s« Swotut;Class -Antler. RATIOS or subscription: ■Single -copy pet y?ar ' $1.00 " six months ' .r>0 cents No papers sent out without the cash 4n advance; paper stopped when time is 'out, or we lose it. Obituary notices and cards of thrifts Svill be inserted at two-and-a-half cents §ie* line i I®§ picV>-.'' .f*, :/**?•." 'u .'4; 'f * * ■w' JBkri m' jtv,-<v> lw<d(. Im*j. H .,v-' — III' vSM-j' 1 I h The Texas school appropria- tion for this year has been fixed at $G 25 percapita. An X placed after your name on your Paper denotes that your lime is out, and that you must renew at ontfe if you want the paper continued. If you want to buy of sell a farm be sure to see l)i<hgeF, bar- ker or Luckel, they ccrhipoaS the Cass County Land and Alvslffitt Company, and ft Will be try your interest. ;; ' < WANTED—Lflrfdy of original State lease; Want timber l...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 31 August 1909

§• mm ■ .. ^T' 1 "4""f ""v ": •** "" & j "*'t' 7 '" " .1 ' Y^, * iy ■ .. .'• Mm LOCAL TJVTELZ1 - '• ' Eupion Oil al C. H Nelsc \V. T. Hatcher and wife were iu town Saturday. Breeden's Rheumatic. Cure never fails, ^abin l5ruf? Store. at All kinds of Tlirnip % ■. t.- ■ 7 .Harris Duncan & Faut. Mr. Leo \Villiafns is reported VigVit sick. Carhartts Overall at C H. Nelson. 5 or C doses '' Utir will CUre any ease of Chills and Fever. Price,25c. We ore glad to ilot© that our friend and neighbor J. W.JjUcaa- is able to cbme to town. Hums at 0. H. Nelson';* All siaies in LadieB and fahil- drens Hoa© at C. H. IfolBbn'a. Town i3 full of people 'Attend, lng court, too many to. try td iuake personal raentiori. Go to >. T". Sheffield '& Co. 'and save mouey on Slioes. Best mola&ees in town at G. jtt. Nelaou's. " r , - Ml. and Wra. T S Cromer and daughter, Miss Aohsab, were Shopping in town last week. Pure. Apple Viuegar lit 0. il Nolsou'a. . { ' — ^ Uuy your shboss and hats from...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 31 August 1909

B&UMi tmm it &L WATCH Towrft AffD CATTIC X/tAHL Kw9*8sW' i mm ■' • ■ I iiii AT/JS/O/Y HOlASf CHjio m/fijrs Some timo ago I felt led to take a pioneer journey Into a now African region. So, with Mrs. Wodehouse and others, we started on a journey of nearly live hundred miles, camping In our little tents at night, writes Robert Wodehouso, in Christian World. Our camp was made secure from the wild beasts, lions, hyenas, tigers, etc., by cutting down trees and piling them around us; large fires were kept burn- ing all through the night to frighten the animals away. We met with vari- ous incidents; one night four lions were roaring round us till the break of day, but our heavenly Father threw his protecting care around us, so that no one was hurt; another night our boys heard something just outside the Inclosure and, filled with panic, be- gan to scream and run toward our itents, crying: "Shumba! Shumba!" KLlon! Lion.) Victoria Is very beautiful In some >parts, and In others su...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 31 August 1909

Mpifi 5 I ■ ' m m- ws SShv* itz -r— = TOWS BURN1N6 BOtl TO SHALLOW WATER BY TEETH WISCONSIN ATTORNEY PROVES HIMSELF A HERO IN RIVER ACCIDENT. Manitowoc, Wis.—Strength In his teeth and ability to swim powerfully enabled Attorney Fred Dlcke of Two Hirers to prove himself a hero the other day. When his gasoline launch exploded with seven women aboard he Jumped overboard,! took the painter In his teeth and thus towed the craft to shallow water, where the women Jumped out and quenched the flames. Th« lawyer with a party of Two Rivers women was on a pleasure run up the east Twin river, when with- out warning there was an explosion in the bow Of the boat. The engine stopped and the women screamed and wore about to Jump overboard when I i/'. v" w I •,wi I / He Hauled the Little Craft Into the Shallow Water. Dieke thought of the way to save the situation. The guests, in terror, were about to plunge into the water, although not one of them could swim. Shouting to them to keep seated, the atto...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 31 August 1909

1 X I '-'V.*'' , v T>, *h .} v '. f i > Imp far: vrity- ,, fpP :as, but one of the ms- We make simaM wlio give good se- There is no town that can successfully do business without a bank. We Went your account. If you have money deposit with us; if you have none come and borrow from us. I. N. MARETt1, O&shieF , % You and Your Family Cannot drink a more delicious or a more wholesome, pure and beneficial beverage than ■1 rnliM Mr W • v.r &.i'• ww.'/iy.- IB Let us repeat these words—delicious, whole- some, pure and beneficial. Do you like a nice cup of coffee for breakfast? It helps the day out, doesn't it? Coca-Cola between meals is just as delicious and beneficial and not a particle more harmful than the coffee, tea, milk or cocoa you drink every day of your life. GET THE GENUINE At Soda Fountains or Carbonated in Bottles 5c Everywhere COCA-COLA COMPANY, Dntlnt, T*\- '' . *' Gvntlermn; linplyiiig to> ui Inquiry f'ejjnrdlnff fho effect of ruff cl a J air' nlaij«vd In Co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 September 1909

y i s' 1 v ill £y*$< (?at; . > i>-5" f i|" -= * K". ie PL '&>*■ ■ \ **''*"'*■ fev< '." ' H>> ' .. .1 ' ' U ' -*L ^ ' •". ; '■ '' ''", '' ! '. ;:- '": ' ' " *'* ■V" "■" "," ' 'j '#'v '-r«, j- 13. A. JB4I\'C*IiR« Publisher/} .A. Paper D0votf!Hi to tlie best Interests ot* tlif? T5t3ople. Sub crii l«oM, t$l.<J"OFrr Airiium VOL. 34. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7. 1909. NO. 39. INCOMF TAX, "*rifnT • The following, copier] by the Dallas News from the Oakland {Cal.) Examiner, gives the clear- est, most conclusive argument in prlnthl favor of an income tax ''The income tax has been urged as a relief to men of small means and to the overburdened poor. But there is as much good to be said of it from the point of view of men of large means en- gaged invgreat enterprises. A properly graduated income tax. embracing all incomes above the living'wage is, of all tuxes I he least burdensome to bus iness men. This is true, because there is no other kind of taxation th...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 September 1909

■ m ■ E h ' «v Rife: E£ ' w ; i$f® • j ..., pgyp ' -'v HfWi —— VHE CASS COUNTY SUN <1.1. A. BANG BR. Miter and big deal in ore land XINDEN, - - • - TBXA8 TO MARK BRADDOCK'S GRAVE Citizens of Fayette County, Pa., Will Erect Monument to Unfortunate British General. The citizens oi' Fayette county, Pa., have begun to realize at this late day that they nave a historic attrac- tion, which, after remaining fallow for many years, is worthy of exploita- tion. The bones of Gen. Braddock, who was buried where he fell when slain by the French and their Indian allies, near Fort Du Quesne in 1755, lie in a grave that is unmarkod un- less it may be the monuments that nature has upraised. A great oak (roe ■was once the guardian xratlnel, but that waB destroyed by a storm, and nothing has taken Its place. Funds to the amount of >1.200 to erect a me- morial have now -been subscribed and the brave and unfortunate command- er will have his resting place hon- ored in a country for which he had ve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 September 1909

wNBmwsi - I! BKADY A POS^r MAJRim ROMANCE BY CYRUS >!L L ViS TP A Ttom sy WAY WALTER6 (COPYRIGHT, /90a GY W <7 . CHAPMAN) ■' rn ■:" I II If W • i r {* Ik? I I i. mi' 8YN0PSI8. The Escapade opens, not In the ro- mance preceding: the marriage of Ellen Slooum, a Puritan miss, and Lord Car- rlngton of England, but In their life after nettling In England. The scone is placed, lust following tho revolution, in Carrlng- ton castle in England. Tho Carrlngtons, after a house party, engaged in a family tilt, caused by Jealousy. Lord Carrlng- ton and his wife each made charges of faithlessness Against tin: other in con- tinuation of the quarrel. First objecting against playing cards with the guest#, v Lady Carrlngton agreed to cut cards with Lord Strathgate, whoso attentions to Ellen had become a sorfl point with Car- >J- rington. The loss of $100,000 failed to per- turb her, and her husband then cut for his wife's I. O. U. and his honor, Car- rlngton winning. The incident closed ex- ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 September 1909

"V . . 1. '■* /•••', : *, , " i ' ' ?r;-; V*. kitir.-feTTi, it ••MimirriTiiiW eSSSm&^&m ^.iiiiifoiii "'' 1 *>' 3 4 'li itJM BUN •ei, Editor cfc Propriefcoi' TI|«CA88 COUNTY SUN puUlUlied every Tuosdny, is cntVriyl at the Linden pontoilhV as Second,Class mflttcr. SatKs of-sv'isli Trri6.\: Single copy per year ' $1.00 " six months ' 50 cents No papers sent out without the cash ; in advance; paper stopped when time is i out, or we lose it. Obituary notices and cards of tiianki Wil) be inserted at two-and-a-half cvht? V>er line ■ ■ 1 1 .. 1 An X placet] after your tiaiYie on your Paper denotes that vottr time is out, ami that yoi't ftiust renew at once if you waftt tlie paper' continued*. WANTED—Land, of tii-f^hiiil State lease. Want tlnt-ber lands on Sulphur River; siiPtabie for ..-.Hog Ranch; or wotfkl blty as- signment- of an ol'igftial State lease. Describe Address, \V. S.,cnie of "Sun," Linden, Texas. ... . V'-:, ■ ■ J, •„«rr,svTiy- vttv - ~nr-aM t It Costs Not I DIST...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 September 1909

:'W 1 I I it Lir - f ■■■9 .-c and fit you from the the Outer Mail As Wdll as Ladies, come look at Our line of DRESS GOODS arid NOVEL TIES. Fine line of Shirts &c foi1 men; I We do not expect to get all yodr business^ but ask that Jr0u look through Our line before you buy. We Market Price for iJott&m Bi-iilg the family along; Make our stdre headquarters; Yours for business, (TS ) LOCAL IJYTELLIGEJYC/2 John S. Morris accompanied his son, Jeter, to Commerce, Cntaup at E. II. Sheffield's.- where lie expects to enter him 7 or 6 dos^s ' COO" will cure any case in the School Ot khat /Jflflcej. /«<• . Uf, ciiltlS aH8"Pe^et: Prtee ifk. l'ie ne&t terih. / Bret>deh's Mhetimtrtifc vJiire never fails. Cabin ISrttg Store. ELECTION ORDER. V"'"V 'XT' & NOTICE TEACHERS All school vouchers for the Miss Anna Lee Henderson left year closing Aug. 31st 1909 can last Meek for Big Sandy, where jje p^jd by 12th inst. Ikt - _ fit 1. <• •.« • >t 4- 1 * • >!« ^/\ft > kt • . _ ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 September 1909

n n-jm si miwmm '& /* ce'^<p:iPH lTED By* PETER. NEWELL fm ior WUI Finch glvea notice to every- ly in Retavlllo that' the party that «tole his Belgian lap-dog ie known to Mm, and that unlesB the dog is re- turned before next Wednesday noon will offer $5 reward for any infor- ■watlon leading to the ideutiilcation of •Lae thief. Will is all broken up over the loss at the dog. He paid a dollar for it *o a passing tramp who swore he had atoleii the pup, or he couldn't afford 4© eell it for the price. The tramp «dd the pup was a Belgian lap-dog, *nd to prove it offered to let Will see H lap up milk, if Will would furnish ihe milk. He said he had just re- tained from a pedestrian tour of Mex- Koo, passing through Belgium on his way to Betzville. Will sort of Bug- nested that a lap-dog wasn't one that lapB, but one that is Bmall enough to nit In a lap, and the tramp fell right ta with the notion. He told Will that was what made the Belgian lap-dogs 1*0 valuable, they were both kinds...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 September 1909

m :)X: K f A|NT DURABILITY FEW REMARK 1,200 LIVES ARE LOST IN MONTEREY FLOOD i I ' CONSERVATIVE ESTIMATES Otf PROPERTY LOSSES PLACE TOTAL AT 120,000,000, t RAINFALL SEVENTEEN INCHES ;l ■ I 1 Survivors Ar« Being Fed By Author!- tie*—Hundreds of Bodies Have Been Recovered. Monterey, Mexico, Aug. 30.—At noon Sunday it stopped raining for the flrat time since last Thursday afternoon, and some idea of the horrors of the flood Friday night and Saturday could be obtained. It was at first reported that 800 lives were lost In the disaster, but Sunday shows tho the number of dead will reach 1,200, and perhaps more. Monterey, Mexico, Aug. 30.—Eight hundred drowned, 15,000 homeless and property damage to the extent of $12,- 000,000 is the result of a flood which struck this city between 1 and 2 o'clock Saturday morning. For seven- ty-two hours It has rained In this sec- tion of the country and the Santa Catarina River rose gradually all day Friday, the cnest of the flood reach? ing here early S...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 7 September 1909

I OGtjfcr f h- " IPfflMm ; v''.v, ?Vjy as icioas and Wholesome Summer Drink When you are casting about in your miiul for *'tne best beverage" to quench your thirst, refresh you and cool you oft, think: of If- il" It does all of these things to perfection and Has the addi- tional value of being as absolutely wholesome and bene- aficial as the tea, coffee, milk orcocca you drink every day. While it does not taste at all like coffee it has the ^r same refreshing qualities, and being a cold idrink is a splendid summer hetween-meals beverage. l® : v:-- I#.", 5c Everywhere At Soda Fountains or' Carbonated in Bottles xocKronn man ?crrooL v l'Uy tcA *mI Cltcuiiairy K ckfortl, lit.. July 31, ITO7. Mr. n. N. Hclfrr, Rockford, XII. Dunr Birt In reply to yoiw letter c f JMf 27th, I hnvo this i® «ny: la our I£f*U School 1'heniiitry Clhfls. I kiave hntf my jWTjWIs uniMyxo Coca-Cola for the lust two years'. We hnvo novvr l c<ni afcle to find tjraie of alt;f*hnl, itnri wo hove Applied wry d*licn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 September 1909

J E. A. Publisher. > VOL. 34. A. ."Paper Devoted to ilie besft Interests of the People, IP wlwrs - >■ L I J. L. Griffin's Reply to "One of the People." V —' Mr. Editor: Mr. O. P. seems to be some- what offended at my closing re- marks of former article. I had no reference to him, as he wholly ignored the laborer, and his whole theme was for the consum- ed * % All banian beings are consum- ers,'and consumers of the fruits of labor; for this and this alone adds comfort as well as preserves life to the human family. A good father JobRs gfter the well being of his own family first, then, should he have time, he tries to help an unfortunate neighbor. 1 am interested about the American producer of wealth, wishing good wages for hi in, I hat he gets more of the ill gotten gains of the drones who feastup- on the products of labor. The higher his wages, the bet- tor rthto he is to pay.,his taxes, professional fees of all kinds,- etc. Ilia stock in trade is his fruits of labor, be lie a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 September 1909

' ; . I . 'v ' " ' , ; ' * • • « -f • ' .v::^ i:,! ■if '■■ i m Parc ; vi mi ifaSil SKP ( [ I V;F NORTH POLE DISCOVERED BY DR. COOK OF NEW YORK LONG SOUGHT FOR GOAL REACHED OY AMERICAN Story of Finding Almost Forbid- den Land April 21, 1908, and Dash for the Pole. STARS AND STRIPES WERE PLANTED ON COVETED SPOT Comparatively Smooth Ice Found at Pole by Explorer and Esquimaux Natives---Dr. Cook Writes of Experiences. DR. COOK'S STORY. Lerwick, Shetland Islands, Wednes- day.—After a prolonged fight against famine and frost we have at last, suc- ceeded in reaching the North Pole. A new highway with an interesting strip of animated nature has at last been explored.. . ). \ ^ Big game haunts were located, which will delight the sportsman and extend the Eskimo horizon. Land has been discovered on which rest the earth's northermost rocks. A triangle of 30,000 square miles has been cut out of the terrestrial un- known. The expedition was the outcome of a summer cruiso in Arctic seas. The yach...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 September 1909

I i I i ■ ESCAPAD] A POST MARITAL ROMANCE BY CYK US TO (IL L i/tS T/?A T/ON6 BY 'PAY WALTERS (COPYRIGHT, /90Q I \WO_ CHAPS-fAM SYNOP8I8. The Escapade opens, not In tho ro- mance preceding tho ninrrlagi? of Ellen Hlocum, a Puritan miss, and Lord Car- rington of England, but in their life after settling in England. TBo scene Is placed. Just following the revolution, in Carrlng- ton castle in England. The Carrlngtons aftor a house party, engaged in a family tilt, caused by Jealousy, Lord Carrlng- ton and his wife each made charges of faithlessness against the other in con- tinuation of the quarrel. First objecting against playing cards with the guests, Lady Carrington agreed to cut cards with Lord Strathgate, whoso attentions to Ellen had become a sorn point with Car- rington. The loss of $100,000 failed to per- turb her, and her husband then cut for his wife I. O. U. and his honor, Car- r. Tho Incident closcd ex- ng for each other appar- tly arose between Lady Carrington and Lord Stra...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 September 1909

m . MMlaeigt*« *! ', 1 - . mh, v-.j"'' • ■ ■' 7 f' ~r OASS COUNTY 3UN John Ba&ges, Editor «fc Proprietor ■T injjiBj- . . '1 - THKCA9S COUNTY SUN published oT<->f Tuemlftj, la entered at th* Linden jjostoffi' e hb Secomi;Cluao matter. rates of subscription: Single copy per year ' $1.00 " six months 4 50 cents No papers setft out without the cash 4rt advance; pap'er stopped when time i£ -out, or we lose it. Obituary notices and cards of thanks will be inserted at two-and-a-half cents per line This section of Country in Very d'fy and dusty. A good rain would" be greatly appreci- ateVl. It ! m Attend the Industrial League mass meeting at Atlunta next Saturday, aud help boost Cslss Couuty. Cotton is not turning cut yory much. A slim crop is re- ported. The corn crop- is re- ported as being very good gen- erally. general repair and Blacksmith shop I have a well equipped black- smith shop at Lanier and am prepared to do all kind of black- smith work. J. a. Goodman. •f c WANTED—La...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 September 1909

caws j I A WORD T® THE ' jjsp • ¥> iiT. g'.r :m-< I ■ i ■ i I We have just put in the Nobiest Line of Dry Goods and Notions fever shown in linden; We can furnish and fit you from the ground up. j$ zaas. Can Satisfy the Outer Man as Well as the Inner. Ladies, come look at our lirie of DRESS GOODS and NOVELTIES. Fine line of Shii'ts &c for men. !, We do not expect to get all your business, but ask that you look through our line before you buy. tVe Pay Market Price Jor (Cotton* Bring the family along; Make our store headquarters; Yours for business* HARRIS, DUNCAN & FANT* local intelligence Catsup at E. H. Sheffield's. or 0 doses "000" will cure any ease cjf Chills and Fever. Price 25c. our young Rheumatic Cure Sorry to report friend, Chad Nelson, on the in tlispcteed lifit: Breeden's hever fails. Cubin Drug Store. tio to JTr. Sheffield & Co. and save tfc'oney on Shoes. Mrs. T. I. Stanley, of liloorri- btirg; is oW a ^isit to her daugh- ter, Mrs. I. N. Marfcit. List y...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 September 1909

,«w. m fgtWl aKL " \ V, i I i 04 ROBERT E.PEARY FINDS NORTH POLE United States Naval Officer and Explorer Plant- ed American Flag at Arctic Goal, So Says the Message. VANKft GRIT CONQUERS FR02EN LAND flie first Word of Peary's Success Reached New York Monday at 12:39 o'clock and the Homeward Voyage Was Re- sumed Immediately On Sending News "New York, Sept 7.—Peary has sue- tiered. "Stars and Stripes nailed to the North Pole." From out of the Arctic darkness there was flashed yesterday this mes- sage, which stunned the scientific world and thrilled the heart of every layman. 4Trom the coast of Labrador Robert J3„ Peary «ave to the world the news that lie had attained his goal in the ilS'ar North, jsthile at the same moment '{n far off Denmark Dr. Frederick A. •Cook of Brooklyn was being lionized tjy royalty for the same achievement. Undeniably, Yankee grit has con- •qjiered the frozen north and there has • been created a coincidence such as the ^rorld win never see again. Two America...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 14 September 1909

"■ : • (R? M^WMIRPa I n '§ il I > I THE CASS COUNTY SUN d. E. A. BANGER, Editor and ProprUto. = iLINDEN, TBXA8 One ol the signs of the times—' straw hats marked down. May we look forward and upward to s strike of flylng-machlne opera tors? According to the woman's page a little cold cream will be good for the sunburn. 8ince It was not able to keep the Wright brothers France Is satisfied with Blorlot. Aeroplaning over tho English chan- nel Is a safer Job than soaring above stumpy Virginia farms. Howover, the English channel puz- eled Julius Caesar a lot and .Napoleon never could manage to cross It. Victims of the week-end habit do not desire to be cured while the grand and. lovely weather hangs around. - _ : Judging from the way irrigation projects are being snapped up the people of this country are still land hungry. With one squint of the prescient eyo wo foresee people giving their friends sure cures for airsickness within a year. Olily a little bit more and the aero- plane wil...

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