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Si Klegg

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SOME days later, Si had charge of a picket-post on the Readyville Pike, near Cripple Deer Creek. The Deacon went with them, at their request, which accorded with his own inclinations, The weather was getting warmer every day, which made him fidgety to get back to his own fields, though Si insisted that they were still under a foot of snow in Indiana. But he had heard so much about picket duty that, next to battle, it was the thing he most wanted to see.

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The Flag Replaced on Sumter

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The Flag Replaced on Sumter is written by W.A. Spicer. The public conveyances kindly placed at our disposal by the authorities, showed how effectively this order had been carried out. Such a sorry looking set of horses, mules and donkeys, attached to omnibuses, army ambulances and fish-wagons, would appropriately have found a place in a Providence Antique and Horrible procession!

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Simon Called Peter

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Simon Called Peter is written by Robert Keable. This tale of a priest's wartime affair with a young nurse has been described as "an astounding novel, the most delicate, the most beautiful, and the most outspoken love story of modern fiction."

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On the Trail of Grant and Lee

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On the Trail of Grant and Lee is written by Frederick Trevor Hill. The writer hereby acknowledges his indebtedness to all those historians whose scholarly research has made it possible to trace the careers of these two great commanders with confidence in the accuracy of the facts presented. Where equally high authorities have differed he has been guided by those who, in his judgment, have displayed.

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The Drummer's Coat

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The Drummer's Coat is written by J.W. Fortescue. The man got up looking dazed and foolish, with his hair full of forget-me-nots, into which he had plunged in his fall. The children gathered round him hooting and screaming; and he stared at them grinning vacantly without a word. From shouts the boys soon went on to taunts of "Shockhead! Shockhead!" .

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The Wasted Generation

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The Wasted Generation is written by Owen Johnson. An indictment of American morale.

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The War in the Air

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The War in the Air is written by H.G. Wells. "The War in the Air" is a story of the awful devastation following a conflict between two first-class powers with the resources of the air at their command. It is one of the most brilliant and successful of Mr. Wells's studies in futurity.

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A Yeoman's Letters

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A Yeoman's Letters is written by P.T. Ross. In "A Yeoman's Letters," Mr. P. T. Ross has written the liveliest book about the War which has yet appeared. Whatever amusement can be extracted from a tragic theme will be found in his vivacious "Letters."

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A Yankee Flier with the R.A.F.

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A Yankee Flier with the R.A.F. is written by Rutherford George Montgomery. When Stan Wilson joined the R.A.F. he wanted action––and certainly he got what he wanted. The dogged, grim fighting men who made up Red Flight sometimes almost forgot what rest and sleep felt like.

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Worrying Won't Win

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Worrying Won't Win is written by Montague Glass. The inimitable Abe and Mawruss view the war from their practical, humorous standpoint, to the delight of all readers. American politics and European statesmanship in the idiom of the garment trade are as funny as a sedate business man in a masquerade garment.

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