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Page 311 - A Texas Ranger How a member of the most dauntless border police force carried law into the mesquit, saved the life of an innocent man after a series of thrilling adventures, followed a fugitive to Wyoming, and then passed through deadly peril to ultimate happiness. 12mo, Cloth, Illustrated. Popular Edition, 50 cents Wyoming In this vivid story of the outdoor West the author has captured the breezy charm of " cattleland," and brings out the turbid life of the frontier with all its engaging dash and...
Page 311 - Arizona; of swift-riding men and daring outlaws; of a bitter feud between cattle-men and sheep-herders. The heroine is a most unusual woman and her love story reaches a culmination that is fittingly characteristic of the great free West. BRAND BLOTTERS. A story of the Cattle Range.
Page 311 - RIDGWAY OF MONTANA. The scene is laid in the mining centers of Montana, where politics and mining industries are the religion of the country. The political contest, the love scene, and the fine character drawing give this story great strength and charm.
Page 311 - ... MacLEOD RAINE THE PIRATE OF PANAMA A tale of old-time pirates and of modern love, hate and adventure. The scene is laid in San Francisco on board The Argus and in Panama. A romantic search for the lost pirate gold. An absorbing love-story runs through the book.
Page 311 - THE VISION SPLENDID A powerful story in which a man of big ideas and fine ideals wars against graft and corruption. A most satisfactory love affair terminates the story.
Page 299 - Ben read the telegram over several times before he could realize its full meaning. Then a pang of pity and sorrow shot through his heart. There was no question of what he would do. He would go to her on the first train. But there was time to take Ruth 'for the ride, first. So he drove over and she went with him. He had not settled in his mind whether to tell Ruth of the telegram or not. It seemed to him that perhaps it would be better not to do so, and although he was several times on the point of...
Page 309 - The Banker's Daughter," "The Fire King," "Checkers," "The Curse of Cocaine" and "The Kentucky Derby." WHAT THOSE WHO KNOW HAVE SATO: "In my opinion, based upon six years' experience producing motion pictures, Mr. Eustace Hale Ball is the most capable scenario writer in the business today." (Signed) WF HADDOCK, Producing Director with Edison, Eclair, All Star, and now President, Mirror Film Corporation.
Page 139 - Stop drinking? No." He turned to Joshua and held out the bill, saying, "Look here, old friend, you'd better take this money back; I don't honestly believe I can do as I've agreed.
Page 136 - We knights of the road," went on the laughing tramp, "call a hay-field Widow Green. I must have .3 _o TJ a it : 1 . .;*; A.-- n.:' t. .V IJL * Ml Ml Ali.'t old gentleman, you haven't such a thing as a cigarette about you, have you?
Page 57 - Rube," answered the old man, with characteristic honesty, "I s'pose I'd git all-fired mad, an' feel pooty bad over it, but I don't think I'd let their talking drive me from a good hum." "Maybe not," retorted Rube, in an injured tone; "but you can't tell what you'd do till you try it." "Thet's so, Rube; ye never kin tell who's governor till arter election ; an' ye know I feel sorry, real sorry fer ye, Rube.