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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 23 January 1903

Highland Recorder Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Iasucd ercr-v Fridav trcninvr bv JCTsr-row .*v?T*o r?-rjr-ai-i'3is3rrT;. Entered at the Monterey portofflceti second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Jan. ,23 1WM The Proper Public Sentiment Our people munt realize that whil* it is their duly to pay faxes for the protection of life aud prop erty, it is their still higher duty [? pav taxes f<>r the education ol' theil children. They must believe thal it is tho inalienable right Oae every child to demand and to receive tin benefits of an elementary cd nea tion at least, and that the moa! profitable investment of the bod) politic, measured iu dollars ft nd cents, is the tax fund invested ii the brains and capabilities of chil? dren. They must feel deeply thai conception of truth and recogni? tion of duty are not alone essential but that works must justify theil faith, taxes must be levied and col Jected, and wise, intelligent super Vision of the public agencies of cd ncation m...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 23 January 1903

Highland Reckodek _LOC AL> EWS. PERSONAL Brief Items of Interest to Hom folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. **^rors Maj; Se\ bert is sufferinj from erysipelas un lier face. Mr Mike Matheny ami son o * Buck Creek were up recently. Mr It F Gillett ami family hav< gone to Franklin to spend a conph of month*;. Mrs Jane Hunley an aged Indi of the McDowell neighborhooc I* died of pneumonia a few days ago A full line of wash goods foi spring are being shown hv Sh reek bise & Bear. Key Mr Johnston of McDowell made a business trip to Monterey Tuesday, accompanied by Mrs Reece Rodgers. Dr Sam Johnston and wife. Mr. Paul and Miss Katie Priest and Mr Hoy and Miss Carrie Campbell of m. Franklin came up last Friday to he present at the entertainment. Mr L A Orndorff has hepn con? fined to hi* home for a week on ac? count of healings in his ears. Anything in winter goods can be bought at first cost of Shreckhise & Bear. Mr Stephens and Rosa. McClung k colored were united in ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 23 January 1903

? A PASTOR WHO WAS BEFRIENDED BY AN EMPEROR SAVED BY PE-RU-NA. V.cv. H. Stubenvoll. of Elkhorn, Wis., is pastor of the Evangelical Lutheran St John'< Church of that place. Rev. Stubenvoll is the possessor of two Bibles presented to hini by Emperor William of Germany. Upon the fly leaf of one of the Bibles the Emp ror has written in his own handwriting a text. Thia honored pastor, in a recent letter to The Peruna Medicine Co., of Columbus, Ohio, buys concerning their famous catarrh remedy, Peruna: Thc Peruna Medicine Co., Columbus, Ohio. Gentlemen: "Iliad hemorrhages ot the lungs for a lona time, and all 'Jcspatred of me. I tonk Peruna and was cured, lt gave me strength and courage, and made healthy, pure blood, lt increased my weight, gave me a healthy color, and 1 feel well, lt ts the best medicine in the world. 1/ everyone kept Peruna in the houtie it would save many from death every year.?-H. STUBENVOLL. Thousands of people have catarrh who would be surprised to know it, becau...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 30 January 1903

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXV. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., JANUARY 30, 1903. NO. 3. I IN THE CHINA SEA ?*? A NARRATIVE OF ADVENTURE. -_^K By SEWARD W.T HOPKINS. (COPTBIOHT 1S99 BX ROBERT BOKKEB'S 80!Ti.) CHAPTER V. [CONTINUED.] When the two Chinamen reached the ledge leading around the edge of the inlet to the pit, the girl gave a quick movement and wrenched her? self away from them. She would have plunged Lito the sea had they not caught her quickly. She screamed and seemed to be beside herself. I caught sight of her face, and in spite of her disheveled hair and tear stained features, I saw at a glance that she was very beautiful. My first impulse was to discover myself and rush to her assistance. But upon reflection I decided that it would be an unwise move. Even though she were to be murdered I could not help her. I would simply meet with a similar fate for interfer? ing. These men were armed. It will be remembered that I was without coat or shoes. I had no weapons of any kind. ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 30 January 1903

Ilia ii land Recorder. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued ererv Fridav evening by ?atai-ros* .?viT-o rsTj:*B:^,x?:Exx:-?*. Bnteied at the Monterey postoffice as second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Jan. ,30 1903 A WART1HE INCIDENT Death of Miss Laura V. Arnold Recalls Her Reply to Milroy. Winchester, Va, Jan. 10.?Miss Laura V. Arnold, who died suh'ei - le at Cumberland. Md., yesterday., was a native of Winchester,) an 1 is remembered here because of her devotion to the Confederacy anl because of an incident which has hi ernie almost aa famous through the South us the al leged Barbara Frietchie episode has through the North. The Federal troops under Gener? al Milroy, were in possession of Winchester, and the Federal com? mander, one day, noticing a fine Jersey cow belonging to Miss Ar? nold's father, prom pl ly confiscated the animal and would not. give it up until Miss Arnold, who wns known to have rendered the Co.? federates valuable service, won bl take the oath of alle...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 30 January 1903

Highland Reckodek LOCAL M EWsT^ PEKISONAL Brief Items of Interest to Hom* Folks About Their Friends Ami Acquaintances. Mrs Phoehe S wad lev of Winder? pool is visiting Mrs L S Dickenson L H Stephenson made a trip tc Richmond this week. Mr W A Sipe ami daughter Mia* Cora Sipe are on a trip to the Val ley. ? Hominy rolled, flake, and grit* at Bishop's. Dr and MrsN A Whitelaw spent Monday in town with friends. Col D V Ruckman and wife are spending a month with Roanoke relatives. J Trimble Esq. has been cour plaining some this week. Ginghams, madras and percales, Plenty of new pattern* at Shreekhise & Bear. Mr Tobe McClintic of the River spent Tuesday night with his sis? ter, Mrs W P Campbell. Mr and Mrs John YV Simmons were up recently. Sap Spouts aud Bucket*??at V B Bishop & Co's. Mr Ambe Winier of the Bottom called while here Friday, last. Mr W S Chew of Grundy Center Iowa, arrived here Friday and i> visiting Crabbottom relatives. If we have what vou want in Furs or Cloaks...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 30 January 1903

CAUGHT BY THE GRIP. RELEASED BY PE-RTJ-NA. Congressman Geo. H. White's Case. A Noted Sculptress Cured. V??/?yV^V?a/V*VV*VVVV**v*'V*? ?%??* .*VVVVVVV*^*VVV^VV**VV1.1 The world o f medicine recogn izes Grip as epi? demic ca? tarrh. - - Medical Taik. IA GRIPPE is epidemic catarrh. It j apara ny c)hm oi nationality. The cultured and the ignorant, the aris? tocrat and the pauper, tlie minmi and the classes are alike subject to la grippe. None are exempt?nil are liable. Ha\e you the grip? Or, rather, has the grip got you? Coip is well named. The original French term, la grippe, has been shortened by tlie busy American to read "grip.'' Without intending to do so a nev word has been coined that exact 1 deacribca the ease. Av if some hideoi ?iant with awful Gmr had clutched us i its fatal ciasp. Men, women, chil'liet whole towns and cities are caught in th baneful grip of a terrible monster. Pc-rti-iiii Fot Urip. Mrs. Theophile Schmitt, wife of the El Secretary of thc German Consulate, write...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 6 February 1903

RECORDER VOL. XXV. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., FEBRUARY 6,1903. NO. 4. *^H IN THE CHINA SEA I -*- ' * ? || A NARRATIVE OF ADVENTURE. ?g ** 'CHAPTER V. [continued.] / "No!" I replied, notiug the time. ?'You had better keep it. It is now two o'clock. If Cha Fong does not arrive before night I shall be vary im. patient. Dont forget to wind your iratch, for wo may want it to-morrow." I "I will not forget." We went into the temple and ate lome rice from the golden bowl. "Do be careful, Mr. Criokmore," Miss Arnold said. "You must not give Cha Fong any advantage. He is no ordinary Chinaman." . "Do not fear. I shall be prudent," I replied. "Now I think I will go on deck and reconnoiter." p "On deck?" she said, smiling. f "Well, what would you call th? top of this thing? How does 'roof strike you? By the way, is this the tenth ol January?" I*, "No?this is the eleventh." B "Then I spent all day of the tenth In stupor, as a result of meddling with Cha Fong's tobacco. No wonder I ?was hungr...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 6 February 1903

T?'-^*-"- ""nu ii nu i* nm i-sht msis ir,ist.ni,<ii.r n , IIlGliLAXD RECORDER. A Terms, ft/CO a Year in Advance. I??t*ed er*ev f*'ifidii.V **/*ninj,rhy t*K PC*. ff^A.'i'METsnZ-, "*?" r"*" ~Y ?A.s7l*o p-vTsr-isiirn. EnUicd il the Monteiev pofttottceas ae second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Feb. ff, 1008 ? _ i i he Real Interests of the Negro.!" ia,"* cannot suv loo eftbliaiicnlly s ij'wit, in our OpImoUt, -Ats. V:iatr?'rs a iUud ut present-, .Mftifta o?iW;s nra* vi of no use at all,to the /negro We]J, in the Soutli. .P^KTent UiHW'Veft )ius in the main acm) upon this View. An exceptional appointment. like tiytt or Dr. Criim, nltttoi-gli ? absolutely ?Justified liv the lVesi dent s logic and to be commended I'la ? I i I ' *? un severaltheoretical ground.-', does ( iVdl Work well in practice', Ijecan'a* it f,j creates A local irritation Mini im- j Jj !>eri)s things that nie ni real ini yorlaiia-e t'p the Nfjj.ltl'. Just now. | ^ in .seVer'nl bouHi'e'rn State-, there is j a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 6 February 1903

Ure. ll LAXt) ItfefckODEK \) LOCAL NEWS. i rfcKSONAL. fcrief Ittetas of interest to fl ititi ?? Wk* About Their Fi ivudw And Acquaintances. VMr Hawse KatelHt ffke returned Yroin Dunmore. Mr LevJ Jack Vii l^a'a waters was ?rn tn wi, TWeAY. lr* Wi ho\ Sh "!' tn of III* em hi fail Mit, V cn tu I'i ti lu !! iii re I er in iiU'ik'eHi^Tvi V-'n'nifnrVs *V riki at is S'hreekljfe'rx iieur. Mr I*a3c Simmons ttfc ftftfoll'i vreek waa np Tuesday. v Mr Jacob Hevvirelr, Ww him' Vhild of Craubot't^. tytat ftrVtifeav Sn town. j;.; y Mr \V;a,V.*r &.W, of 'fW^Vot foin ia tem bing the 'colored school nt Monterey* ftVcafr*, gi nft,v?Ws tftH\ Wraflnw Vire eiriVfutf in NAM 5f-WtV lois af, SlMr-WMMfet Keir .^neof tor te>HM -cfo Mr* n R ia thought itVk Carlet. feW. You cnn fSk\ Vholographs as fin* Hit any city work and murli cheap? er in price at Stuhl a rt h's. SiMl-flethl'. ^MflMra* ?Mud raer'c?1e>.j.\ Plenty 41 ?*%% jpat ,'iW' at fcnVe.A'rYise & JVar. IJev NV fl fVHbWe Viii preach ???? New...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 6 February 1903

FOR TWENTY-ONE YEARS Catarrh Remedies and Doctors Failed ?Pe-ru-na Cured. ELGIN, ILL.?In a very recent commu? nication from this place comes the news that Mr. Arthur Ernest Kidd, a well known architect of that city, has made complete recovery from catarrh of the head, from which he had suffered for nearly a quarter of a century. He writes from 18 Hamilton ave,: "I am 42 years of age, and have had ca? tarrh of the head for over half of my life, as a result of scarlet fever, followed by typhoid fever. I got so bad that I was al? most constantly coughing and clearing my throat. The catarrh greatly impaired my eyesight, and the hearing in one ear, and reduced my weight to 110 pounds. "1 tried nearly every catarrh remedy ad? vertised, besides a great many different physicians' treatments, all of which failed "I bsd heard and read of Peruna, and finally decided to try it two months ago. 1 hav-.' now taken seven bottles, and weigh 172 pounds. Never felt happier or merrier. Feel tip top."?A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 13 February 1903

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXV. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., FEBRUARY 13, 1903. NO. 5. I IN THE CHINA SEA! -X A NARRATIVE OF ADVENTURE. ?** \*f By SEWARD TV.' HOPKINS, J& 2?$ '? *???- <CorT*aioHT 18? bt Robkkt Bonnee's So*ig.) U*^j CHAPTER V. [CONTINUED.] t "How, how, did you get?here?" he gasped, faintly. "Oh, I got here all right enough!" I replied, with a grin. "I have ways of transportation that are unknown to you." He had been very pale but seemed to grow whiter. "I ? thought ? you ? would ? drown," be said. I did not inform him that for soma* little time I had labored under the same impression myself. "Oh, no! I never drown," I replied, nonchalantly. Miss Arnold smiled. Mr. Snell seemed to grow every moment more ill at ease. 1 'What ? aro?you ? going?to?do ?wiz?me?" he asked, looking fur? tively at the rifle that was placed care? fully out of his reach and easily in mine. "Well, Gambok Snell," I answered sternly, "tbat is a problem the solu? tion of which depends largely...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 13 February 1903

HlflHLAlTO Recorder.; Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued ercrv Friday i yening.>v W. l-l. Ivfli^.TPIEIsr'T, *------*-* "r? 3% ^.it*o I?TJ-*EB-l,2sS--X-n:i*4. Knteied at the Monterey postoffice af second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Keb. 13, 190:3 Of 217 rtost Illiterate Counties in the United States, 213 Are in the South Tu tho Southern states there are two li 11 nd red und twelve counties in which one fifth or more of the native wliite males r.f voting ag?I (twenty-one years old and over) ure illiterate; in all other states of the Union only five. In two states. North Carolina and Louisiana, nearly half the counties are in the class. I ? fiftyone of the Southern j counties the illiteracy in this class! i> thirty per cent or more. Of these three are in Virginia, three iu North Carolina, nine in Kentucky, eigh? teen iu Louisiana ami eighteen in Texas. In any of these counties the bnU'-ce of power is in tiie hands of tiie illiterate voters, and il'iter pev is kin^'. ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 13 February 1903

Highland Regbod.gr LOCAL NEWS. PERSONAL Rrief Items of Interest to Home ?Polks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Mr. M A Colaw was np Monday Swaping a few. Mr Wash Carrol of Hath county was in town Monday. Mr J H Ilidy of McDowell spent Monday night in town. Blankets and comforts at cost at Shreekhise & Hear. Messrs W II Armstrong and J E Sola wu of Waycross, were oyer Monday. SuddartlTs Alt Gallery is now in> operation iu Monterey and will continue until April 1st. Mr Boyd Siple and ilise Ida Quidore were iu town Saturday. ,/M F Wiley, Esq. of Hendricks, W. Va, was in Highland on a bus? iness trip last week. Percales, ginghams and madras are arriving in solid case lots at Shreekhise & Bear Mr .1 M Jones of Doe Mill left] us a nice order for job work while in towta recently. Mr (Jeorge Brock will make a Viale of his property on the 20th j and will soon thereafter move to Indiana. You can get Photographs as fine as any city work and much cheap? er in price at Suddartb...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 13 February 1903

SISTERS OF CHARITY Rely on Pe-ru-na to Fight Catarrh, Coughs, Colds and Grip. SISTER* BEATRIX. ^.MAMtAM w*.wa?%%%%->*?.%% %%%*?%*?-V-a.*--%'vv?~~vv-~ %%%%**?%%%%%**--?*-**??*?? A letter recently received l>y Dr. Hartman from Sister Beatrix, 410 W. MU. street, New York, reads as follows i J Pr. S. B. Hartman, Columbus, Ohio: \ Dear Sir<-"1 c%txnot say too mach in praise of Peruna. Eight t bottles ot it cured me of catarrh of the lungs of four years' stand \ ina and 1 would not have been without it for anything. It Ixelped < several Sister* of coughs, and colds and I have yet to find one case \ of catarrh that it does not cure. "SISTER BEATRIX. , Interesting Letters From Catholic Institu? tions. THE SISTERS GOOD WORK. In every country of the civilized world the Sisters of Charity are known. Not only do they minister to the spiritual and intellect? ual needs of thc charges committed to their care, but they also minister^ to their bodily needs. With so many children to take ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 20 February 1903

LAND RECORDER VOL. XXV. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., FEBRUARY 20,1903. NO. 6. ^dTsrnSS^ ^tzSdL^- ^ 2w\&*' ^ trf*r\** **.&'''< Se* *CtT ''''tr m. 7*/ '"/''VaflN ' " Va S -1'"- ':,'-'jiAA ^*?ant t^Ms^gfiteb-^ IN THE CHINA SEA A NARRATIVE OF ADVENTURE. By SEWARD W/ ITOrKIXSi (COPTBIOnT 1999 BT r.OBERT BONNEE'S SOXB.) CHAPTER Vt [CONTINUED.] I waited some time impatiently, watching foreigns of land, but none appeared. Looking astern, I was startled at the sight of a largo flu stick? ing abore the water, and following the yacht. I knew it was a shark. An? other thing that alarmed me even more than the presence of the shark, was the fact that the wake of tho vesse! allowed that she was describing a cir? cle. There must be a motive in that, and I divined it to be a plan of Mr. Snell's to keep us afloat until, wore out by exhaustion,Jl would go to sleej and become an easy prey. I had slept but little the night before, and if Mr. Snell could keep up his tactics niucl; longer, I...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 20 February 1903

Highland Recorded . Terras, $1.00 a'Year in Advance. Issued ercrv Friday treninj:bv W. JrZ. TwIA.XHCElSrTr, Enteied at the Monterey postoffice a second cla.ss matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Feb. 20, 1W Anions our exchanges we lin* noticed a paper or two castinj about. hare mid there for some ;tr Rtiment lo present to their reader that would in some degree ten down the crime of the shooting n Editor Gonzales bv Lieiit-Governo Tillman of South Carolina. Th ground, that it is the custom in thi south to shoot when one'*; cha/ac ter has been attacked, is taken ti make the crime of the shedding o blood under such circumstance less terrible. If sue lr be-the custom, to decidi as to the degree of horribleness ns sociated with the taking of tin life of a fellow-Win j; in accordant ?with such custom, we might as! Mr. Tillman. Should he speak tin truth we have no doubt but tba he would condun the custom mos bitterly, and would earnestly wis! that his hands were now free fron the blood of his f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 20 February 1903

-Highland Reckodek LOCAL NEWsT PERSONAL Brief Items of Interest to Home Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Mr Wash Carroll disposed of u fine beef in town Saturday. Mr Leslie Bustard of Bolar was up Saturday, purchasing supplies. Blankets aud comforts at cost at Shreekhise & Hear. / Mrs L S Dickenson and little ^daughter, Vernon, are visiting rel? atives at New Hope. Percales, ginghams and madras are arriving in solid case lots at Shreekhise & Hear Dr Fox was called to Crab Run VTuesday to see Mrs D C Reston Who is ill. You can get Photographs as fine as any city work aud much cheap? er in price at S:iddarth\-?. Young Mr Greaver of Staunton came out Monday to plaster Mr Will Bussard's house. Ginghams, madras nnd percales. Plenty of new patterns at Shreekhise & Hear. Messrs Henry Hevenerand Chas. Waggoner of Crabbottom were do? ing some trading in town Satur day. Mrs S B Elkins will give the V'town of Elkins, VV. Va., a K>0,0.)0 Y.M. C. A. buildup. Wanted?A s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 20 February 1903

TO WORKING GIRLS FREE MEDICAL ADVICE Every working girl who is no1 well is cordially invited to write to Mrs. Pinkham, Lynn, Mass., for advice; it is freely given, and has restored thousands to health. Hiss Paine's Experience. '?I want to thank you for what you have done for me, and recommend Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to all girls whose worh keeps them standing on their feet in the store. The doctor said I must stop work ; he did not seem to realize that a girl cannot afford to stop work? ing. My back ached, my appetite was poor, I could not sleep, and menstrua? tion was scanty and very painful. One day when suffering I commenced tc ?aka Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege? table Compound, and found thal ft helped toe. I continued its use, anc soph found that my menstrual periods were ireo from pain and natural everyone is surprised at the change in me, and I am well, and cannot be toe grateful for what you have done foi me."?Miss Janet Paine, 530 "West 125th St.. Kew York City. ? $...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 27 February 1903

TGHLAND RECORDER VOL. xx v. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., FEBRUARY 27, 1908. NO. 7. IN THEtHINA SEA! m_ ~ ?-*. A NARRATIVE OF ADVENTURE. -* Ey SEW ABD W." HOPKINS. (CorTBIOHI 1899 BY ROBIRT BOWNEB'S 80K8.) CHAPTER VIII. ON TERRA-FIRMA. Tho warm sun beating down on my face awakened me. I opened my eyes and looked up. Tho sails hung loose on the yards. I could feel no motion. I got on my feet and looked around me. .._. .... The yacht was grounded. } I rubbed my eyes to make sure the vision was a true one. , There was land, sure enough. The yacht had gone ashore on alow, sandi teach, where the gradually sloping bottom led out about two hundred feet to where the yacht had plunged hei nose into the sand. On the laud were trees and green grass. It had not been very long since ] had seen grass and trees in California, but the grass and trees on thal island seemed the most inviting and refreshing green I had evei looked at. It looked most luxurious and cool in there. Whether this was an i...

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