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Fame and Fortune Weekly No. 6: Building a Railroad

Read by Keith Salis


Frank Tousey


Don and Gil Winthrop inherited their father's business to construct a railroad in a developing location in upstate New York. Engineers thems…

Fame and Fortune Weekly No. 9: Nip and Tuck

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Frank Tousey


Nip and Tuck are the best of rivals. Throughout the time they've known each other, they seemed to be interested in the same things and in co…

Fame and Fortune Weekly No. 5: Hard to Beat

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Frank Tousey


Bob Brooks is a young messenger boy on Wall Street, who uses his business sagacity to take advantage of some serendipitous tips to get a car…

Fame and Fortune Weekly No. 7: Winning His Way

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Frank Tousey


The recent death of Frank Morris' father, Owner and Editor of the Green River Argus, has left his 18 year-old son, Frank to take up the chal…

Fame and Fortune Weekly No. 11: A Lucky Penny

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Frank Tousey


Tom Garland is a young man in Boston who is sent to learn a trade at an Industrial Farm near the bay. There he meets another young man who's…

Fame and Fortune Weekly No. 15: A Streak of Luck

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Frank Tousey


Some folks are judged by their social or economic standing. Our hero, Ben Bailey, shows that true worth comes from richness of character. Th…

Fame and Fortune Weekly No. 8: The Wheel of Fortune

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Frank Tousey


This is the story of Bert Hawley who, at a young age, saw his mother die of illness and had to fend off his drunken father in their ramshack…

Fame and Fortune Weekly No. 13: Baiting the Bears

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Frank Tousey


Phil Thorne can really bounce back! The story starts with him unceremoniously losing his job (due to his own indiscretion), but immediately …

Fame and Fortune Weekly No. 12: A Diamond in the Rough

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Frank Tousey


Fred King is a young man who has been working in the coal industry for years, but it hasn't soiled his positive, helpful attitude nor his am…

Fame and Fortune Weekly No. 10: A Copper Harvest

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Frank Tousey


Jack and Charlie meet a prospector by saving his life. They all join up to start digging into the prospector, Gideon's, copper mine in Monta…

Fame and Fortune Weekly No. 16: A Good Thing

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Frank Tousey


Bruce Hardy and Joe Ramsey are chums from Hurricane Hill Military Academy in Jew Jersey. From their studies to sports and even their daring …

Fame and Fortune Weekly No. 14: A Gold Brick

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Frank Tousey


Joe Vickers, a young man of humble circumstances, was a strong and conscientious worker for the railroad. Starting as a Wiper, he took advan…

Fame and Fortune Weekly No. 18: Pure Grit

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Frank Tousey


Eric Gordon, though a store clerk and postal worker in a small coastal town in New York, has plenty of optomisim about his abilities in any …

Fame and Fortune Weekly No. 17: King of the Market

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Frank Tousey


Rex Richmond is a young messenger for a brokerage firm in New York City. Through Providential tips and situations where he can show his cour…

Welsh Rarebit Tales

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Harle Oren Cummins


Ever have a strange dream after a particularly big or heavy meal? Ever write those images down and ahve them published?That's what a certain…

Mystery Ch 1

In Murray's Adirondack Tales

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William Henry Harrison Murray


Two delightful tales surrounding the adventures of John Norton, the Trapper. He gives us a good glimpse into life in the deep woods, and how…

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