The Go Ahead Boys and the Racing Motor-Boat

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THE GO AHEAD BOYS AND THE RACING MOTOR-BOAT

BY ROSS KAY

Author of "Dodging the North Sea Mines," "With Joffre on the Battle Line," "Fighting in France," "The Go Ahead Boys on Smugglers' Island," "The Go Ahead Boys and the Treasure Cave," etc., etc.
The Goldsmith Publishing Co. CLEVELAND OHIO MADE IN USA

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  • Title Page 7
  • Preface 8
  • Contents 9
  • THE GO AHEAD BOYS AND THE RACING MOTOR-BOAT 11
  • Chapter II - ON THE WAY 20
  • Chapter III - JOHN DISAPPEARS 29
  • Chapter IV - THE LOST IS FOUND 38
  • Chapter V - THE MISSING BAG 48
  • Chapter VI - IN THE TAVERN 56
  • Chapter VII - AN UNWELCOME PARTY 65
  • Chapter VIII - THE COMING OF THE CALEDONIA 74
  • Chapter IX - A FRIEND IN NEED 83
  • Chapter X - IN TROUBLE 91
  • Chapter XI - RESCUED 100
  • Chapter XII - A BATTLE WITH ARMS AND LEGS 109
  • Chapter Xiiii - A SURPRISE 120
  • Chapter XIV - A SURPRISING PASSENGER 129
  • Chapter XV - AN UPSET 138
  • Chapter XVI - THE RESCUE 147
  • Chapter XVII - SENDING FOR SAM 155
  • Chapter XVIII - A TEST 164
  • Chapter XIX - THE LOST FISH 175
  • Chapter XX - SAM'S WARNING 185
  • Chapter XXI - THE SUMMONS IN THE NIGHT 195
  • Chapter XXII - A COLLISION 205
  • Chapter XXIII - THE CALL IN THE NIGHT 214
  • Chapter XXIV - THE MAN IN THE BOAT-HOUSE 223
  • Chapter XXV - THE OWNER OF THE BOND 233
  • Chapter XXVI - CONCLUSION 242
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