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He looks over the once barren prairies of North Da kota and beholds a land pregnapt^th plentySrbut it's not his plenty. He goes to the County se^ oyer^|,.r1railroad that he has built—but it's not his railroad. are not hiji "bahk&-r-nor his clearin And-Yet He Is Thankful .VV-::V' HE farmer lifts his eyes and gazes out over a world he He reads the government figures of the large wheat crop— has redeemed from the plains and. the.wilderness-—but but the other fellow got that, too. it is not his world.- ~sa And yet, he is thankful Thankful because there is bope-rJbope ahead. Thankful that he is able* not only to produce wealth, but to* -94fight to keep it and enjoy it^ 5 -st' He reads of the wonderful North Dakota**"business adnni/^ istration—but the businessmen got that, also. He reads of the great, unparalleled and unequaled $rbs-' perity that abounds—and, gUhe gets^ is the neck and thl wish-bone. ,:Jk£K |SfS' 1 •Sfhf*--'' •sM.'