The Press: Texas Magazines

Ioway, Ioway, that's where the tall corn grows. . . .

By thy rivers gently flowing, Illinoize, Illinoize. . . .

Songs are all right. They go handily from mouth to mouth. But certainly the sovereign states of the U. S. have matters of more permanent value than dithyrambs. Texas has. What does it do with them? It puts them into a new magazine called Bunker's Monthly, 160 pages of eye-easy type. Does Vermont (native state of Calvin Coolidge) fill as many pages each month with readable material of its own efforts? No. Does Iowa...

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