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Beluthahatchee is a country where all unpleasant doings and sayings are forgotten, a land of forgiveness and forgetfulness. When a ...
Diddy-Wah-Diddy ... is a place of no work and no worry for man or beast. The road to it is so crooked that a mule pulling a load o ...
In one notable instance, where the United States Army and a hundred years of persuasion failed, a highway has succeeded. The Semin ...
The fish in neighboring streams and lakes are so voracious, it is said, that fishermen have to stand out of sight behind trees whi ...
The almost unexplored Everglades lay close by and with a half- hour's start a man who knew the country was safe from pursuit. As o ...
The highway presents an interesting study of American roadside advertising. There are signs that turn like windmills; startling si ...
West Hell, said to be the hottest and toughest part of that notorious resort, was once the home of Big John de Conqueror, who elop ...
Heaven has a Sea of Glass on which angels go sliding every afternoon. There are many golden streets, but the principal thoroughfar ...
Along the highway, all but lost among blatant neon lights flashing 'Whiskey' and 'Dance and Dine,' are crudely daubed warnings ere ...
Sir: Between buccaneers, no ceremony; I take your dry goods, and in return I send you pimento; therefore, we are now even. I enter ...
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