Quincy Adams Sawyer and Mason's Corner Folks eBook

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C.M.  CLARK PUBLISHING CO., BOSTON, MASS.

MARJIE OF THE LOWER RANCH

BY FRANCES PARKER

This is a ranch story by a real ranch girl.  She has woven into her breezy Western romance vivid pictures of ranch life from the viewpoint of a girl who has lived on the great Montana ranches since childhood.  Miss Parker’s writing has the Western dash that might be expected of a girl who would not ride a broncho that she herself had not broken to saddle.

Illustrations by Victor A. Searles

Attractively bound in cloth, 1.50

C.M.  CLARK PUBLISHING CO.  BOSTON

Telling an Hitherto Unrevcaled Romance In One of New York’s Oldest and Most Exclusive Families

$TITO$

BY

WILLIAM HENRY CARSON, author “Hester Blair”

UNANIMOUS PRAISE FROM THE PRESS

“A story of strong power, depicting the human emotions.”—­CHICAGO JOURNAL, March 23.

“There is no more attractive figure in current fiction than that which Mr. Carson has conceived.”—­NEW YORK WORLD, March 14.

“Told with delicacy of feeling and thorough knowledge of the Italian temperament.”—­PUBLIC OPINION, April 2.

“The reading public will take it up with increasing and consuming interest—­will love Tito.”—­CHICAGO RECORD-HERALD, March 28.

“It contains abundant action, numerous startling scenes and no end of mysteries.  There is a fascination about Tito that compels sympathy and interest.”—­BOSTON TRANSCRIPT, April 8.

“The author has placed the simple Florence youth far above the characters of recent fiction—­it is a masterpiece of dramatic fiction.”—­NEW YORK AMERICAN AND JOURNAL, March 28.

“Mr. Carson has handled his material in a masterly manner and given fiction a strong book.”—­INDIANAPOLIS SENTINEL, April 5.

Illustrations by C.H.  STEPHENS and A.B.  SHUTE

Bound in Red Art Crash

Price, 1.50

C.M.  Clark Publishing Co., Boston

The Critics are Enthusiastic

OVER

$ON
SATAN’S
MOUNT$

By DWIGHT TILTON, author of
“MISS PETTICOATS”

$Read What They Say:$

$HOW TO KNOW THE BOOKS, April, 1903$.  “This story has a prophetic side, reminiscent of ‘Looking Backward,’ but its clever satirizations and veiled illusions to living personages give it more of actuality than that widely read social study.”

$NEW YORK AMERICAN, Saturday, April 11, 1903$.  “So strongly written and presents a national peril so boldly treated as to insure immediate attention and provoke comment which will make this book of more than passing value.”

$THE NEW ORLEANS SUNDAY STATES, Sunday, April 5, 1903$.  “It probes the secrets of capitalism and labor, of politics and journalism with a surety and a conviction almost discomposing.”

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