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,he November American Boy.)
In getting out this specially at
tractive number to mark the be
ginning of its seventh year, the
publishers 01 the American Boy
i(re certainly to be congratulated.
The artistic, vigorous cover-page
picture has Thanksgiving writ
ten all over it, and the contents of
the paper almost marks the limit
of what boys enjoy. "The Tri
pod Fox," a continued story, by
Clarence Hawkes, is the top-notch
in animal stories; "A Conquering
Hero," by the Editor, shows how
''pride goeth befoie a fall;" "The
py Claim," a continued story,
by Will Lisenbec, is a stirring
story of the neutral lands in Kan
sas; "My Four Years at West
Point" and "A French Frog and
an American Eagle," are each
continued two chapters; "Under
Nelson's Flag" Is a splendid story
of the days of the great English
Admiral, and "The Stuff of Cap
tains," by Will Levington Com
fort, is a football story which will
be hard to beat. "The Boy from
Poplar Cove'i tells how a boy
with few advantages "madegood"
in school; ''A Long Fight With
Wolves" descriles the perils of
winter traveling in the. great north
west, and "A Modern Knight"
shows that self-sacrifice for friend
ship's sake is never lost. There
are articles on "The Boy Who
Thinks He Can't "When the
First Thanksgiving Was Held,"
"How to Inflat a"FoolbaltTfinely
illustrated; "The Boyhood of Gen
eral Grant," being the first ot a
series of articles on "The Bov
hood of Great Americans;" "The
Young Royal Prince of England
and the Royal Naval College" and
"The Lost Money Bag." Shorter
articles are "From Page-Boy to
Playwright," "The Grey Wolf of
Siberia," "A Millionaire in Over
alls," "The Cecil Rhodes of Old
Ireland,0 "President Roosevelt's
Pluck'etc, etc. For the boys
whp. are, .doing and want to do
things? a wfrple lo'tjof hints will be
found in "Boys as MoneyMak
ers." "The Stamp, Coin and
Curio Collector," "The Boy
Photographer," "The Boy Mech
anic and Electrician," "The O. A.
B.Page," "The Tangle Page"
and "Bovs' Books Reviewed"
will be found of unusual interest.
There are 85 splendid illustrations.
Subscription price $1.00 a year.
The Sprague Publishing Co., De
Sleek and Fat in Spring.
Wanted Horses to winter in
-Vede valley; reliable party; plen
ty of hay and good alfalfa pasture
(100 acres) Terms J3 per head
per montrf. Driving from Wil
liams $1 per licara each way. Will
be in Willprfns Nov. 1st, and if
justifiabagain on the 15th. Ad
dress C. -C. Callaway, Camp
Verde, or A. W. Kinsey, Flag
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