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Page 349 - THE ROVER BOYS ON THE OCEAN Or A Chase for a Fortune THE ROVER BOYS IN THE JUNGLE Or Stirring Adventures in Africa THE ROVER BOYS OUT WEST Or The Search for a Lost Mine THE ROVER BOYS ON THE GREAT LAKES Or The Secret of the Island Cave THE ROVER BOYS IN THE MOUNTAINS Or A Hunt for...
Page 343 - WHEN SANTIAGO FELL ; or, The War Adventures of Two Chums Captain Bonehill has never penned a better tale than this stirring story of adventures in Cuba. Two boys, an American and his Cuban chum, leave New York to join their parents in the interior of Cuba. The war between Spain and the Cubans is on, and the boys are detained at Santiago de Cuba, but escape by crossing the bay at night. Many adventures between the lines follow, and a good pen-picture of General Garcia is given.
Page 349 - ... than this story of life and adventure at an American military school, introducing as he does all sorts and conditions of boys, as well as several girls, and a plot that is bound to hold the reader's attention from start to finish. Anybody who loves an out-and-out boy's book should read this volume. THE ROVER BOYS ON THE OCEAN; or, A Chase for a Fortune This is a complete story in itself, but forms the second volume of the series. During a vacation at the school, a fortune is stolen and carried...
Page 349 - The Rover boys are off on an outing, when some old enemies turn up and make it decidely lively for them. A lonely island is visited, and the secret of the cave is such as is calculated to hold the majority of youthful readers spellbound. THE ROVER BOYS OUT WEST ; or, The Search for a Missing Mine In this tale the Rover boys are first taken back to dear old Putnam Hall school, and then transported to the mountainous districts of Colorado. A valuable mining property cannot be located, and the missing...
Page 349 - THE ROVER BOYS AT SCHOOL? or, The Cadets of Putnam Hall Arthur M. Winfield has written many tales for boys, but he has penned nothing better than this story of life and adventure at an American military school, introducing as he does all sorts and conditions of boys, as well as several girls, and a plot that is bound to hold the reader's attention from start to finish.
Page 349 - ... the missing parent. The hunt leads them into the very heart of the Dark Continent, where they become lost and fall in with many strange and savage natives. How all escape makes reading that nobody would care to miss. Other volumes of this series in preparation Press Notices of Arthur M.
Page 349 - A new story by Mr. Winfield is always hailed with delight, for the boys know they are going to get just what they are looking for— something bright and wholesome, without being either too sensational or too wishywashy.
Page 349 - ... JUNGLE ; or, Stirring Adventures in Africa The father of the Rover boys had gone to Africa and had not been heard of for a long time. At last, unable to stand the suspense, the boys, accompanied by some older heads, start on a search for the missing parent. The hunt leads them into the very heart of the Dark Continent, where they become lost and fall in with many strange and savage natives. How all escape makes reading that nobody would care to miss.
Page 179 - Snobyn about to speak, checked herself, and took two or three turns up and down the room in evident vexation, if not displeasure.