Jim Waring of Sonora-town: Or, Tang of Life

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Grosset & Dunlap, 1918 - 393 pages
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Page 401 - ... for freedom in the old world. BLACK ROCK A story of strong men in the mountains of the West. THE SKY PILOT A story of cowboy life, abounding in the freshest humor, the truest tenderness and the finest courage. THE PROSPECTOR A tale of the foothills and of the man who came to them to lend a hand to the lonely men and women who needed a protector. THE MAN FROM GLENGARRY This narrative brings us into contact with elemental and volcanic human nature and with a hero whose power breathes from every...
Page 395 - K." Illustrated! K. LeMoyne, famous surgeon, drops out of the world that has known him, and goes to live in a little town where beautiful Sidney Page lives. She is in training to become a nurse. The joys and troubles of their young love are told with that keen and sympathetic appreciation which haa made the author famous.
Page 397 - But when the Girl comes to his '' Medicine Woods," there begins a romance of the rarest idyllic quality. FRECKLES. Illustrated. Freckles is a nameless waif when the tale opens, but the way in which he takes hold of...
Page 401 - THE SKY PILOT IN NO MAN'S LAND The clean-hearted, strong-limbed man of the West leaves his hills and forests to fight the battle for freedom in the old world. BLACK ROCK A story of strong men in the mountains of the West. THE SKY PILOT A story of cowboy life, abounding in the freshest humor, the truest tenderness and the finest courage.
Page 155 - Tie to the story an' drag her past us," advised C. Titus, LS, 125. 152. "I got that tune where I can keep her in sight as long as she lopes on the level. But when she takes to jumpin ' stumps and makin ' them quick turns, I sure have to do some hard ridin' to keep her from boggin
Page 270 - I come peaceful and paying my way, but if they 'a anyone here got any objections to how I wear my vest or eat my pie, why, he can just oil up his objection, load her, and see that she pulls easy and shoots straight.
Page 403 - Country," with the same wild background, with its half-gypsy life of the squatters — tempestuous, passionate, brooding. Tess learns the " secret " of her birth and finds happiness and love through her boundless faith in life. FROM THE VALLEY OF THE MISSING A haunting story with its scene laid near the country familiar to readers of
Page 279 - The wind from off the ranges whispers out across the sand ; And who would think to find a fire in this forgotten land? Yet in the desert spaces a tiny ember gleams, And by the fire a wanderer, asleep in splendid dreams; Dreams of gold...
Page 397 - ... v/pe of the self-reliant American. Her philosophy is one of love and kindness towards all things ; her hope is never dimmed. And by the sheer beauty of her soul, and the purity of her vision, she wins from barren and unpromising surroundings those rewards of high courage, AT THE FOOT OF THE RAINBOW. Illustrations in colors. The scene of this charming love story is laid in Central I Ldiana The story is one of devoted friendship, and tender self-sacrificing love.
Page 147 - ... hands. Joyce, D, 65. 41. Bud suffered in silence, consoling himself with the thought that while there were many pianos in the lower country, there were none like hia. And "As long as you don't monkey with her works or shoot her up," he told his friends, "I don't care how much yon carve her.

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