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A Graphic Interpretation of
Edgar Rice Burroughs' A Princess of Mars
James Killian Spratt.
On The Arizona Hills
better known as
nearly a year prospecting in company
a million dollars worth of ore . . .
We decided that one of us
must return to civilization,
purchase the necessary machinery
and return with sufficient men
to properly work the mine
would make the journey . . .
they were out of sight.
Then, about a half hour later --
I was much surprised to note
three little dots in about the same place
I had last seen my friend
and his two pack animals.
I am not given to needless worrying, but . . .
. . .
by nine the moonlight made it easy
I reached the waterhole where
I urged my horse onward at a most dangerous pace.
white with Indian teepees . . . and . . .
Powell, his body fairly bristling with arrows . . .
I snatched him from the midst of the savages . . .
. . . shooting and whooping . . .
I made a dash for the opening
to the pass . . .
I heard the yells of the
I was on the wrong trail .
I soon became so drowsy . . .
of the cave only to reel drunkenly
against a side wall . . .
. . . and from there slip prone upon the floor.
. . . to be continued
in Chapter Two
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