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Jack Ranger's Western Trip

From Boarding School to Ranch and Range

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Author: Clarence Young (pseudonym)
Published: 1913
Language: English
Wordcount: 62,577 / 180 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 94.6
LoC Category: PS
Downloads: 8,470 7709

This volume takes the hero to the great West. Jack is anxious to clear up the mystery surrounding his father's disappearance.

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ved that he and John Smith, would, some day, go in search of Mr. Ranger. However, Jack's aunts said he must finish his term at the academy, and this time was nearly up.

The students returning from their adventure were now approaching Washington Hall, and walking quietly along. Jack and John Smith were in the lead, and the others were strung out behind them.

Suddenly around a bend in the road there swung a big touring automobile. No lights were on it, and only for the subdued roar of the motor the car's approach would not have been noticed. As it was, Jack did not see it until it was almost upon him.

"Look out!" cried John Smith suddenly.

At the same time he sprang forward and pushed Jack to one side. To do this he had to get almost in the path of the car, and was struck by one of the projecting springs. He was knocked to one side, but not before he had pushed Jack out of harm's way, the latter being hit only a glancing blow.

"Why don't you look where you're going?" called an



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