View with Alarm: Sep. 29, 1924

Having perused well the chronicle of the week, the Vigilant Patriot views with alarm:

A noise like the trumpeting of wild elephants. (P. 9.)

An afternoon "all American" and pretty poor. (P. 12.)

Every known artifice of the pulpit, the stump and the vaudeville stage. (P. 17.)

Thousands of morons gathering at Maywood. (P. 31.)

A sore and swollen arm. (P. 1.)

A young couple who could endure storms, hazards. (P. 31.)

A U. S. Senator "sullenly, in California, twiddling his thumbs.' (P. 3.)

One Thayer. He ate 8,000 biscuits. (P. 27.)

A man more loyal to his friends...

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