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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 26, 1913, Image 5

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THEN THE BAND PLAYED
"Fine piece of land out here!" said
the dusty, shrewd-looking man, as he
descended from his trap outside the
farmer's house.
"You're right there," replied the
farmer eagerly. "It's the best to be
found In the county."
"Bit too high a figure for a poor
man, I reckon," cried the stranger.
"It's worth every penny of three
hundred pounds an acre," answered
the farmer, with an eye to" business.
"Were you thinking of settling and
buying in these parts?'
"Hardly," murmured the traveler,
making some notes in a book, "I'm
the next tax assessor!"
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