RALPH GRANGER'S FORTUNES
WILLIAM PERRY BROWN
Illustrated By W. H. Fry
[Frontispiece: "Grandpa!" cried Ralph. "You shall not shoot, I say!"]
The Saalfield Publishing Co.
New York 1902 Chicago
The Saalfield Publishing Company
TABLE OF CONTENTS
I. Ending the Feud
II. Ralph and his Grandfather
III. Ralph Continues his Journey
IV. The Moonshiners and the Railroad
V. Ralph's First Railroad Ride
VI. Ralph in Columbia
VII. An Enraged Photog...
Yee-Haw!! The Pony Rider Boys are on the move again. This time the boys at Delaware Creek, dead in their saddles. They had been riding long and hard into Texas, looking forward to their next adventure. But, trouble finds them once again, this time Stacy Brown may have been shot! What will happen next is anyone's guess.
Previous book in the series: The Pony Rider Boys in Grand Canyon
Next book in the series: The Pony Rider Boys on the Blue Ridge
The Pony Rider Boys with the Texas Rangers
On the Trail of the Border Bandits
By Frank Gee Patchin
THE OUTDOOR CHUMS
AT CABIN POINT
The Golden Cup Mystery
CAPTAIN QUINCY ALLEN
AUTHOR OF "THE OUTDOOR CHUMS," "THE OUTDOOR
CHUMS IN THE BIG WOODS," ETC.
Bob Strong's Holiday; or, Adrift in the Channel
by John Conroy Hutcheson Bob Strong and his sister Nellie are the children of a busy barrister, too busy to take them on holiday, and they are sent by train down to Portsmouth to spend the summer holidays with their aunt. The dog Rover travels in the guard's van, and in the same compartment of the train there is an elderly gentleman who turns out to be a retired sea captain.
The train is moving out of Guildford when a grubby boy's face appears at the ...
ALL OVER THE WORLD LIBRARY
FOUR YOUNG EXPLORERS
ALL OVER THE WORLD LIBRARY
By OLIVER OPTIC
Illustrated, Price per Volume $1.25
A MISSING MILLION
Or THE ADVENTURES OF LOUIS BELGRAVE
A MILLIONAIRE AT SIXTEEN
Or THE CRUISE OF THE GUARDIAN MOTHER
A YOUNG KNIGHT ERRANT
Or CRUISING IN THE WEST INDIES
STRANGE SIGHTS ABROAD
Or A VOYAGE IN EUROPEAN WATERS
RUTH FIELDING IN THE GREAT NORTHWEST
THE INDIAN GIRL STAR OF THE MOVIES
ALICE B. EMERSON
AUTHOR OF "RUTH FIELDING OF THE RED MILL," "RUTH FIELDING IN THE SADDLE," "RUTH FIELDING DOWN EAST," ETC.
NEW YORK CUPPLES & LEON COMPANY PUBLISHERS
[Illustration: BEHIND HER THE TIMBERS POURED DOWN THE BLUFF. "Ruth Fielding in the Great Northwest." Page 159]
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A CAVE AND WHAT IT CONTAINED
BY LAURA LEE HOPE
AUTHOR OF "THE OUTDOOR GIRLS OF DEEPDALE," "THE MOVING PICTURE GIRLS,"
"THE BOBBSEY TWINS," "BUNNY BROWN AND HIS SISTER SUE," ETC.
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=THE OUTDOOR GIRLS SERIES=
THE OUTDOOR GIRLS OF DEEPDALE
THE OUTDOOR GIRLS AT RAINBOW LAKE
THE RED ERIC, BY R.M. BALLANTYNE.
THE TALE BEGINS WITH THE ENGAGING OF A "TAIL" AND THE CAPTAIN DELIVERS
HIS OPINIONS ON VARIOUS SUBJECTS.
Captain Dunning stood with his back to the fireplace in the back parlour
of a temperance coffee house in a certain town on the eastern seaboard
The name of that town is unimportant, and, for reasons with which the
reader has nothing to do, we do not mean to disclose it.
Captain Dunning, besides being the owner and commander of a South Sea
whale ship, was the owner of a large burly body, ...
SON OF MONTE CRISTO.
THE WIFE OF MONTE CRISTO,
AND END OF THE CONTINUATION TO
ALEXANDER DUMAS' CELEBRATED NOVEL OF
"THE COUNT OF MONTE CRISTO."
"The Son of Monte Cristo" stands at the head of all exciting and absorbing novels. It is the sequel to "The Wife of Monte Cristo," and the end of the continuation of Alexander Dumas' phenomenal romance of "The Count of Monte Cristo." Like its renowned predecessors, it absolutely swarms with thrilling and dramatic incide...
A beautiful, intelligent young woman – is she a traitorous spy or a patriot? An aristocratic soldier permanently injured during the war – is he a patriot or is there more to him than meets the eye? A clandestine meeting on a beach – espionage or peace movement?
THE DEVIL'S PAW
By E. Phillips Oppenheim
The two men, sole occupants of the somewhat shabby cottage parlour, lingered over their port, not so much with the air of wine lovers, but rather as human beings and intimates, perfectly content with their surroundings and company. Outside, the win...