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Page 210 - izmo. Cloth. Illustrated. Jacket in full colors Price per volume, 50 cents. Postage 10 cents additional. The highest ideals of girlhood as advocated by the foremost organisations of America form the background for these stories and while unobtrusive there is a
Page 208 - Afloat and Ashore 6. BILLIE BRADLEY AT TREASURE COVE or The Old Sailor's Secret
Page 207 - Illustrated. Jacket in full colors Price per volume, 65 cents, postpaid 1. BETTY GORDON AT BRAMBLE FARM or The Mystery of a Nobody At twelve Betty is left an orphan. 2. BETTY GORDON IN WASHINGTON or Strange Adventures in a Great City Betty goes to the National Capitol to find her uncle and has several unusual adventures. 3. BETTY GORDON IN THE LAND OF OIL or The Farm That Was Worth a, Fortune From Washington the scene is shifted to the great oil fields of our country. A splendid
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Page 206 - By MAY HOLLIS BARTON izmo. Cloth. Illustrated. With colored jacket. Price 50 cents per volume. Postage 10 cents additional. May Hollis Barton is a new writer for girls who is bound to win instant popularity. Her style is somewhat of a reminder of that of Louisa M. Alcott, but thoroughly up-todate in plot and action. Clean tales that all the girls will enjoy reading. 1. THE GIRL FROM THE COUNTRY or Laura Mayford's City Experiences 2. THREE GIRL CHUMS AT LAUREL HALL or The Mystery of the School by...