Category: Confessions of Dodd Gaston

No Food Fads for Us

The Topeka Daily Capital, Kansas, April 12, 1906

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Hard to Believe

The Topeka Daily Capital, Kansas, July 19, 1903

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A Wood Fire and Something to Poke it With

The Topeka Daily Capital, Kansas, December 9, 1904

 

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Put a Hammer in My Hand

The Topeka Daily Capital, Kansas, October 9, 1902

They say if one breaks a mirror it means seven years of bad luck. They must have put a hammer in my hand and turned me loose in a furniture store the day I was born.

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Nothing Surprising About It

The Neodesha Daily Sun, Kansas, August 1, 1916

When one considers the alternative with which they are confronted there is nothing surprising about the fact that women kiss each other.

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A Whole 36 Hours

The Topeka Daily Capital, Kansas, June 27, 1903

Word of Warning

The Topeka Daily Capital, Kansas, December 16, 1902

Retracted!

The Topeka Daily Capital, July 8, 1903