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Page 143 - The story centers round the coming of love to the young people on the staff of a newspaper — and it is one of the prettiest, sweetest and quaintest of old fashioned love stories, » » » a rare book, exquisite in spirit and conception, full of delicate fancy, of tenderness, of delightful humor and spontaniety. A SPINNER IN THE SUN.
Page 139 - The fame of the pine lured a young engineer through Kentucky to catch the trail, and when he finally climbed to its shelter he found not only the pine but the foot-prints of a girl. And the girl proved to be lovely, piquant, and the trail of these girlish foot-prints led the young engineer a madder chase than "the trail of the lonesome pine.
Page 140 - Cup gets down to the essentials in its discussion of religion, so A Far Country deals in a story that is intense and dramatic, with other vital issues confronting the twentieth century. A MODERN CHRONICLE. Illustrated by JH Gardner Soper. This, Mr.
Page 139 - little shepherd" did not know who he was nor whence he came — he had just wandered from door to door since early childhood, seeking shelter with kindly mountaineers who...
Page 140 - Hodder is called to a fashionable church in a middle- western city. He knows little of modern problems and in his theology is as orthodox as the rich men who control his church could desire. But the facts of modern life are thrust upon him; an awakening follows and in the end he works out a solution.
Page 142 - Sister, the youngest member of a large family, but it is concerned not so much with childish doings as with the love affairs of older members of the family. Chief among them is that of Laddie, the older brother whom Little Sister adores, and the Princess, an English girl who has come to live in the neighborhood and about whose family there hangs a mystery. There is a wedding midway in the book and a double wedding at the close. Illustrated by WL Jacobs. "The Harvester...
Page 140 - ... desire. But the facts of modern life are thrust upon him; an awakening follows and in the end he works out a solution. A FAR COUNTRY. Illustrated by Herman Pfeifer. This novel is concerned with big problems of the day. As The ' Inside of the Cup gets down to the essentials in its discussion of religion, so A Far Country deals in a story that is intense and dramatic, with other vital issues confronting the twentieth century.