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,v tARREST rooj a ( VMWA1 Do You YHINK YN/S IS, M WE!lTffi<, mm MI«] AN HOUR - CbMC ALQNtyJ ^ VNlYH j-—■—_ > / HftPON) I'M /N A / ^ NUftPv 1 _.... r How if you want to &o any? \5PEt|»NCT' Hir'tR yp-/ \SEE HOW FA^Y YOU CAN I^OYCTHE- PoMC&5)AY<ont/Apt Hearing of » wonderful plantation where a superior quality of rubber was produced, I permitted myaclf tp be ship, wrecked, washed ashore and captured by the boss ot the plantation native* ana tne cmei aDout tn« and, witn a »m*ll »heet of rubber, *howed them what T could do with good rubber and what money I could make for them. I ! then mad* «p a lot of rubbar Hket», had them don them go that I ght demonstrate my proves* of mam ufavture, They put them on unauspeet* Ingly and we galloped out Into the open, ANA P>pen piece of ground I had hands and put them through f what you children now call ihe whip.” Faster and more ry whirled, laughing joyously. The chief wanted to make away with K K*° < went after him hardeat. 1 got Ul ipcraekng the whip ao fiat that you Mrj eould hardly diitinguiah their form* aa (XI they flutad peat- _ and down several limes in iheir rubber jackets. The chief bounded away and couldn't stop, sp 1 let him go on and then released the nativea.