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Frank Merriwell's Bravery   By: (1866-1945)

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[Illustration: "The outlaws entered Cade's Canyon amid the mountains and finally reached an old hut." (See page 63)]



Author of "Frank Merriwell's School Days," "Frank Merriwell's Chums," etc.

[Illustration: logo for Boys' Own Library]


Copyright, 1903 By STREET & SMITH

Frank Merriwell's Bravery



I Two Travelers 9 II "Hands up!" 16 III A Thrilling Accusation 21 IV For Life and Honor 29 V Hurried to Jail 35 VI Solomon Shows His Nerve 43 VII In Jail 50 VIII The Lynchers 55 IX The Assault on the Jail 62 X In Cade's Canyon 68 XI Black Harry Appears 73 XII A Chance in a Thousand 77 XIII A Thrilling Rescue 84 XIV Walter Clyde's Story 90 XV Professor Septemas Scudmore 96 XVI The Mad Inventor 102 XVII Gone 109 XVIII Miskel 114 XIX Old Solitary 122 XX Mouth of the Cave 130 XXI Human Beasts 137 XXII Professor Scudmore Returns 145 XXIII Last of the Danites 152 XXIV Yellowstone Park 159 XXV Fay 164 XXVI Old Rocks 170 XXVII The Hermit 176 XXVIII Vanishing of Little Fay 181 XXIX Face to Face 188 XXX Search for the Trail 195 XXXI A Fight with Grizzlies 201 XXXII Trailed Down 207 XXXIII The Rescue 214 XXXIV In Sand Cave 219 XXXV A Peculiar Girl 231 XXXVI Friends and Foes 237 XXXVII Boy Shadowers 243 XXXVIII "Queer" Money 249 XXXIX Pursued 255 XL Eluded 261 XLI Big Gabe 267 XLII Over the Precipice 273 XLIII A Frightful Peril 280 XLIV A Girl's Mad Leap 285 XLV Queen of the Counterfeiters 292 XLVI After the Fight 298

[Transcriber's Note: The following list of illustrations has been created for this electronic edition. Some illustrations have been moved to positions closer to their appearance in the text.]


"The outlaws entered Cade's Canyon amid the mountains and finally reached an old hut." (See page 63)

"You must not linger here. Even now the Destroying Ones may be moving to fall upon you." (See page 124)

"The grizzly folded Frank in his embrace, crushing the lad against his shaggy breast." (See page 205)

"Frank brought the butt of his Winchester to his shoulder, and began to work the weapon." (See page 296)

Frank Merriwell's Bravery.



"Well, that's a pretty nervy piece of business!"

It was Frank Merriwell who spoke the words, more to himself than to any one else.

Frank was westbound, from Oklahoma City at the time, continuing the extensive tour mapped out after his Uncle Asher had died and left him so much money.

As readers of former books in this series know, Frank was not making the tour alone. Professor Scotch, his guardian, was with him as was also Barney Mulloy, his old schoolmate from Fardale. But, as the professor and Barney had not wanted to stop at Oklahoma, they had gone on ahead, leaving Frank to catch up with them later.

The "nervy piece of business" to which Frank referred was the following account of a hold up published in a leading Oklahoma newspaper:

"BLACK HARRY'S LATEST STROKE... Continue reading book >>

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