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author.) .... --------- Henry C. Pitz...................... i i

PALMER, Alice FREEMAN. See “Princess, The.”

PARADISE, Found—A You NG Folk's. Sketch. (Illustrations

from photographs.)............................ Helen Carew King............ 38
“PATsy.” Picture. Painted by Clarence R. Mattei.......................................................................... 117
PHANToM Gold. Serial Story. (Illustrated by George Varian.). Kenneth Payson Kempton 49
151, 306
Philosopher, THE. Verse. (Illustrated by Harold Sichel.)........ Berton Braley....................... 175
PIRAtes, DuckING For. Story. (Illustrated by W. P. Couse.)....Nelson Robins...... ... 472
PIRATE, THE GENTle. Verse. (Illustrated by Harold Sichel)...Malcolm Douglas . ... 643
PLAYRoom, MY. Verse. (Illustrated by Reginald Birch.).......... Faith Pan P. Pilas............ 573
Pola Nd. See “Fall for the King, A.”
PRINcess, THE. Sketch. (Illustration from photograph.).......... Mahel Ansley Murphy...... 648

PRUNIER. See “Truce of the Rapids, The.”

RAMSEY FROM Mont ANA. Story. (Illustrated by Edwin John

Prittie.) ...~~~~Joseph B. A mes.................... 76
Roy Al Show, The. Verse. (Illustrated by the author.)............ Charles F. Lester................ 518
Roy Al S.Nowball. FIGHT, THE. Verse. (Illustrated by the
author.) ... Charles F. Lester................ 390
SAviNG TIME........ Hildegarde Hawthorne...... 266
Second-BestER, THE. Story. (Illustrated by Edward C. Cas-
well.) ... Brewer Corcoran................. 477
SMoke-CHASERs. Sketch. (Illustrations from photographs.)......George Bancroft Duren.... 644
SNow FUN. Photographs by Kenneth D. Smith................................................................................ 4OO
SPElling-MATch, THE. Story. (Illustrated by Harold Sichel.). Tudor Jenks......................... 44
Spring SoNo. Verse................................................................................ Eleanore Myers Jewett...... 642
Stocking th At GREw, THE. Story. (Illustrated by Edward C.
Caswell.) ... Christine Whiting Par-
menter .............................. I 32
SUN BEAM, THE. Verse.......................................................................... Louise Marshall Haynes.... 524

TALKING To THE WHole World. Sketch. (Illustrations from

photographs.) ... M. Tevis............................... 258
Telephone, THE STORY OF THE. Sketch. (Illustrations from
photographs.) .................................................. Floyd L. Darrow................ 598
TENNis. See “‘Davis Cup' Stars of 1930, Our.”
THANKSGiving, 1621. Verse. (Illustrated by W. M. Berger.)....Florence Boyce Davis........ I 2
THANksgiving, A Spoiled. Verse. (Illustrated by Reginald
Birch.) ...H. H. Folwell...................... 3o
THRING, THE BORough PRESIDENT, AND THE BUtchER's Boy, The.
Story. (Illustrated by Harold Sichel.).....................................Morgan Parker Taylor.... 503
TRUce of THE RAPIDs, THE. Story. (Illustrated by J. Clinton
Shepherd.) ..... T. Morris Long streth........ 230
TURNER Twins, THE. Serial Story. (Illustrated by C. M.
Relyea.) ... Ralph Henry Barbour...... 3

166, 26o, 381, 495, 607
TYPEwriter, THE STORY of the. Sketch. (Illustrations from
Photographs.) ...James H. Collins................ 486

UN cle SAM's Adve NTURERs. See “Dates, Two Young Americans'
Venture for,” and “Yukon, A Pathfinder of the.”

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Charles W. Licht and Harriet R. Boyd.).......................... Kitty Parsons.................

“Why Not?" Verse. (Illustrated by Mabel B. Hill.)...... l

The Camera Bird. Verse. (Illustration from photo-

graph.) ...~~~~ Alice M. Cahill....................

In Bedroom Land. Verse. (Illustrated by Frances

Hitz.) ................ ....Mahel H. Andrews ............

The Christmas Runaways. Story. (Illustrated by Regi-
nald Birch.)............................. -------------------------------------------------- Jane E. Lyman.....................
Dancing School. Verse. (Illustrated by Reginald Birch.). Faith Van V. Pilas..............
Why Not?—Three Ponies. Verse. (Illustrated by Regi-
nald Birch.).....Arthur Guiterman...............
Baking Day. Verse. (Illustrated by Harriet R. Boyd.). Kitty Parsons.......................
The Wail of the Gingerbread Boy. Verse......................... Maggie Wheeler Ross........
The Bubble.—The Rain Riders. Verse. (Illustrated by
Decie Merwin) ........................................................................ Clinton Scollard..................
My Shadow. Verse. (Illustrated by Decie Merwin.)......John Matter..........................
Flyaway and Vagabond. Story. (Illustrated by Edith
F. Butler.)................................................................... Ida Lee Davis......................
Hippety-Hop to the Baker's Shop. Story. (Illustrated by
Edith F. Butler)...................................................................... Ida Lee Davis......................
The WArch Tower. (Illustrated.) .................................................. Edward N. Teall................

198, 314, 426, 539,

“To himself, he did not seem to be moving.” Drawn by

Edward C. Caswell.......................................................................................... Facing page
“The poet felt as if his future depended upon it.”
Drawn by Bernard J. Rosenmeyer................................................................ * - - i.
“There on the terrace a tall knight stood.” Drawn by
Henry C. Pitz....................................................................... -- **

“Nearing Port after a Winter Storm.” Drawn by

s 1. W. Taber............................... it. --

“In the kitchen Rebecca greeted them with a warning

‘Sh-sh'." Drawn by Dudley Gloyne Summers.......................................... ** -i.

“‘But .don't you think almanacs make mistakes some-

times?’ asked Polly.” Drawn by C. M. Relyea..................................... * . ...

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WAffles, DAYton's. Story. (Illustrated by Ralph Pallen

Coleman.) ................. Elizabeth Price.................... 283 WARD of Seventee N Cowboys, THE. Story. (Illustrated by

Edwin John Prittie.)...................................................................... Katherine Dunlap Cather 176 WASHINGToN. See “Mount Vernon” and “Master Hobby's

School.” WAY OUT, THE. Story. (Illustrated by George Varian.).......... Emma Gary Wallace........ 63o

WILDYRIE, WiNTER AT. Sketch. (Illustrations from photo

graphs.) ............. 392 WIND IN THE CHIMNEY, THE. Verse................................................. Clinton Scollard 517 WIND, WIND, UP IN MY TREE. Verse.

Hudson.) ... 250 WiNTER SONG. Verse............................................................................. 295

Wireless PLANT, The World's GREATEST. See “Talking to the
Whole World.”

WonderiNG Boy, THE. See “Knight of the Gloomy Counte-
nance, The.”

YoUNGSTER's LAMENT, A. Verse....................................................... Clara Hersom Weeks........ 405
Y Ukon, A PATH FINDER of THE. Sketch. (Illustrations from
photographs.) ... Rohert Forrest Wilson...... 4 16
Zoo-ILLOGIcAL SPREE A. Verse. (Illustrated by Frank Fidler.)...Jean Ferguson Black.......... 628
DEPARTMENTS

NATURE AND Science For You Ng Folk. (Illustrated.) 2O5, 319, 434, 546, 658

Petroleum Deposits. ... Crittenden Marriott.

The Heat Eye................................................1. Russell Bond.................. 93
Constellations: November, December, January, February,
March, April.......... Isabel M. Lewis.................. 95
- - 205, 319, 434, 546, 658
The Manchurian Governor's Castle on Wheels.................. G. F. Paul............................ 99
Unbreakable Glass......................................................................James Anderson.................. 97
Bailing Out a Coal-mine.............................................................1. Russell Bond.................. 203
The Traveler's Tree.................................................................. Henry Pendelman.............. 2O4
The Wonder of the Watch...................................................... S. Leonard Bastin................ 207
Grain Elevators of the Cameroons.......................................... 4. R. B................................. 2O7
Radio Has Perfect Control of Small Electrical Car.......... G. F. Paul............................. 321
The Mesquit.................................................... J. Smeaton Chase.............. 322
Fleet of Planes Frightens Wild Ducks........................... ....Frederick Hall .................... 323
A New Kind of “Air-plane”...................................................1. Russell Bond... 323
Millions on the Wire.............. ...M. Tevis............................... 431
Saving Birds from Destruction... ....S. Leonard Bastin.............. 433
An Ice Burning-Glass............., ------------------- S. Leonard Bastin.............. 433
The Flying Motor-Boat.—Casting a Pipe Without a
Core. ...1. Russell Bond................ ... 544
Neptune the Thief...................................................................... Pauline Barr ...................... 545
The Clever Dunlin...................................................................... Edwin Tarrisse .................. 54.5
The Electrical Cotton-Picker.................................................... M. Tevis ................ -------------- 655
A Wonderful Plant Tourist...................................................... S. Leonard Bastin................ 657

Woodpeckers Store Pebbles “Just for Fun."........................ G. F. Paul............................ 657

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