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AN ILLUSTRATED MAGAZINE OF THE WEST
In Lighter Vein at the University.. By Osra Birdsall
The Peanut Butcher's Story ...... By Edward M. Applegarth ...214
Off for 'Frisco Town
By Sidney Pell Makinson
By Austin Lewis
Three Nurses and a Chicken Ranch..By Eugenia Venegas
W. A. Tenney
Twentieth Century Problems .... By H. L. Chamberlain
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