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March-April 1949; paper; ctc; my scan
Volume: #1, Issue: #3
Published: March April 1949, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 52, Editing: Edward Cronin
Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Golden Age U. S. Paper Stock: Glossy Cover; Newsprint Interior Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format: Was Ongoing Series
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page)
Credits: Pencils: Dan Zolnerowich (signed) | Inks: Dan Zolnerowich (signed)
Genre: Western-frontier

Advertisement (1 page) Cigarette Case and Lighter
Featuring: H & S Sales
Synopsis: Cigarette case with your name engraved.
Credits: Letters: typeset

Comic Story (10 pages) The Lost Dutchman
Featuring: A True Story
Synopsis: Not one has come back searching for the Lost Dutchman Gold Mine.
Credits: Pencils: Mike Suchorsky | Inks: Mike Suchorsky
Genre: Western-frontier
Characters: PROSPECTORS: Pedro Peralta Manuel Peralta Ramon Peralta Jacobs Ludi Jake Waltz Ed Kropper Bert Foster McNeil Adolph Ruth

Comic Story (8 pages) America's First Bank Robbers
Featuring: A True Story
Synopsis: The hold up of the bank in Northfield, Minnesota, by the Younger and James gang ends in disaster.
Credits: Pencils: Ed Smalle (signed) | Inks: Ed Smalle (signed)
Genre: Western-frontier
Characters: Bob Younger Cole Younger Jim Younger John Younger Frank James Jesse James Ed Reed

Comic Story (7 pages) Bucky O'Neill the Warrior Marshal
Featuring: A True Story
Synopsis: The exploits of Bucky O'Neill, who was Sheriff in Arizona and died in the Spanish-American war on Cuba.
Genre: Western-frontier
Characters: Bucky O'Neill Jim Dolan (crooked Railroad Boss) Borden (crooked Gambler)

Text Article (2 pages) Race on the "Big Muddy"
Synopsis: Competition between fur companies in the Rockies and upper Missouri.
Credits: Letters: typeset
Genre: Non-fiction Western-frontier
Characters: Manuel Lisa (fur Trader) Wilson P. Hunt (furtrader)

Comic Story (5 pages) The Wanderer
Synopsis: Tim Hanley's search for his brother's killer.
Genre: Western-frontier
Characters: Zack Cruckston (wanted Outlaw) John Hanley Tim Hanley

Comic Story (6 pages) The Man and the Mountain
Featuring: A True Story
Synopsis: Zebulon Pike's explorations in the Rocky Mountains in 1805.
Genre: Western-frontier
Characters: Zebulon M. Pike (soldier Explorer) Joe (scout)

Comic Story (8 pages) The Widow Maker
Featuring: A True Story
Synopsis: The story of Clay Allison, a Texas desperado after the Civil War.
Credits: Pencils: John Prentice | Inks: John Prentice
Genre: Western-frontier
Characters: Clay Allison (desperado) Jed Ted Clayton (gunman)

Advertisement (1 page) No Mercy
Featuring: American Merchandising Company, Inc.
Synopsis: Revell's new 1947 Model Portable Radar Radio.
Credits: Letters: typeset

Advertisement (1 page) Have Fun!
Featuring: Hollister-White Co.
Synopsis: Get laughs and amaze friends with harmonica, movie projector ormagic pencil.
Credits: Letters: typeset

Advertisement (1 page) A Memorial to Your Loved One...
Featuring: Rockdale Monument Co.
Synopsis: Don't let the grave of your departed go unmarked.
Credits: Letters: typeset

Advertisement (1 page) Prizes for Everyone!
Featuring: Lancaster County Seed Co.
Synopsis: Sell Garden Spot Seeds and get prizes.
Credits: Letters: typeset

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