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OVERLAND MONTHLY

AN ILLUSTRATED MAGAZINE OF THE WEST

SEPTEMBER, 1904

CONTENTS:

In Lighter Vein at the University.. By Osra Birdsall
The Miracle of the Thunder God.. By C. J. White

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The Peanut Butcher's Story ...... By Edward M. Applegarth ...214
Comradeship of Knights Templar.. By Armond
The Man on the Car-The World's Awheel Again..

Off for 'Frisco Town

By Sidney Pell Makinson
Anonymous

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By Austin Lewis

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Three Nurses and a Chicken Ranch..By Eugenia Venegas
A Business Education
Lima Beans

W. A. Tenney

Twentieth Century Problems .... By H. L. Chamberlain

The Greatest Good to the Greatest Number

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Copyrighted, 1903.

OVERLAND MONTHLY COMPANY, Publishers. 320 Sansome St., S. F.

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