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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 15 September 1905

TtlE VOLUME 2. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY SEPTEMBER 15, 1905 NUMBER 10 CAMPAIGN TO BE OPENED On Next Monday Night Going Springs at JOHN T. PICKENS, CHAIRMAN 01 the Republican County Campaign Committee. Democrats Put Out Ticket to Line up PARTY 101 MU1ILL AND COCHRR CONTRACT LET ' EOR WATERWORKS Princeton Plant to be cumplctcd by January I. T Republican (Mur.ty campaign amn tu ojien in fart and in Imih i Tli first ppe.-ch.-a of the campaign will be made at t.oing Spring school house, nest MotnUy night, Scptemlier lH. The plan of campaign for th ml nf th week, mi far M wi have it, ia a follows : 1'r.s.prcl achool hie. Tuesday night tcptcmher 19, and Cwkyville Thurs day Mghl, September 21. The nominee met Mumlay night ami mIix t-t John T. IVkrtii to art a cam paign chairman. Mr. IVkcn acted in the sama rapacity four year ago, hen, for the Aral time in many year, every Republican randi.Ut wa circled and pany f Ihe present Democratic nomi nee long, at that time, defeated tj ;?) Ui nea...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 15 September 1905

At m ..i'f ; U 1; i numtimi i i i TTrm;n HmtTtTtTI I I I I TTTTT fT Til I : a i ........ . . - ------ - EBEN HOLDENl By IRVING BACHELLER CopyrUtit, 1B00, by IOTHROP PUBLItHINC COMPANY nttttttmtttttttt Synopsis of Previous Chapters. M- fftffif 'TTTTTTfTTfTTfT ' t!n'Tii In tin TrllMino. IT Mo.pfd siiil- CHAITKK I I am left an orphan at ( ; , ,,. nnJ nollll(,r ,.,,. bix and am saved from adissolute unt-le i ',, '. , . , . . .,, ., .,, bv Kben II..I.I.-n. an old man who ha. " " "" hni1 w'" .Njm" worked fur my father. Uncle En takes me through the wilderness from Ver-1 mont to seek a new home in New York Stale. II. Our adventures in the woods, Uncle Kli scares away a panther. I III. A wom.in pnnenU a little waif on to me, to which r'red, our dog, is ! "itched. A man trios to enter ouri jimp in the wohU. IV. Uncle El repulses the intruder, j u. Tli.-n lie rose atuuiinny aim iook.-ii about Mm In alienee, even turning Ills fac e to the dark sky, where only a few Murt were vlslhle. Well," sa...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 15 September 1905

V4 f THE Hi I! ONE PW n EBEN HOLDEN Continued from page 2 iTi7ira aroaaTiul i fliWr mora In."" Ik ImikIhiI heartily ut tlili xuml nf fi-rvlil rliMUi'ln'i H1 ll''M we nihf from tin- tiitilf. He bad to in to tl olIW llint vciiliiK. and '' awuy noon iiTIit itlrintT. 1 hart iintlilnit to do mul wi'iit home. refln-HniC iimiii nil the tfPMit limn Imrt mii 1.1. 1 L. tfiin chortly to '' tl' tnilli "f vvlint In' li'i'l tolil iin- tn'ti lli klnif tin Iiiiii I of rli'lii-n tl' Ioiikii" of Hut Irry. I"' " ' ' tT--W-i Willi tin1 It' li "f v.'iuliy tlin' Hi") iir.iil."l for tlm I nn li "f n- il-i', ni'-ii '' l'" vvmilrt ,!,, p.Tliit-y f t iii'i'l;' I l I y lti.it most .if Hip lin n I mw wiTi- f (lint Ilk. Im' :,,.;misl' ' "I"'" ""' i.in y nf llf- In J.'r"t 1 ' wn-i it!ll "I'll v.'i.'lii" ut firt h' iiimIIiiu' ' 1 1 in it y wlm I. ml '"'li i'V'TV-wtii-iv iiinl '"ii '') 'ililntf. '" I""' innlir."l nil ai-lnii-ea ini'l ll l-li II -jililc. Mini 1'wliiriM in.itiy htIN "li IhimI ntnl I h"rt "n't I'"" h...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 15 September 1905

Cbc Crittenden Record, ISSUED WEELY. JAS. E. CHITTENDEN C. H. WHITEHOUSE Editors and Publiihers. SUBSCRJPTION ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Enteral a MTori'J-4 la-., matter July 15. 111. at th rt"rt'-l Marwn, Ky., utuli-r Act of Con greuof .rch 3. 1-TJ. FRIDAY. SEPT. l.r, V.m. REPUBLICAN TICKET. KOR STATE SENATOR ROBEKTL. MiiOKE KOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE M. I). CLAP.K KOR rol'NTY JIDdE WALTEIJ A. IlLACKBl'KN KOR COI NTY ATTORNEY CARL HENDERSON KOR rol'NTY CI.ERK C. E. WELDON FOR SHERIFP J. r. FEAN'ARY KOR JAILOR ALI:LI:T II. TRAVIS KOR ASSKSSOR J. AXTHOXY DAVIDSON were denounced as criminal! for so do ing by Democratic newsnaDers. His son is a most worth v votlncr man - - - j j n and cannot be influenced by such cheap di-maK'JKuery as that useI by the Press. There is a much brighter fu ture in the Republican Dartv for him than being postmaster in a small town. But when did the Press become a philanthropist to rijrht the wrongs of men? If it has, it had better lay aside its hypocritical coat a...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 15 September 1905

!.....wwvw.,wwv4,1-1 a-MaMAfs'.tftt.W RwlRwMwJLM,. ATHOMERQAIN! With a Large Stock of Fresh Drugs and a Complete Line in Every Department 3 I OUR OPENING LAST WEEK. Our patrons who were familiar with our Complete Line of School Books, XZZ&rZXJX " Pens, Pencils, Tablets, and writing mat- fln(J we wj fmt fo tne best djsplav ln . f. . r. - trials of all kinds always in stock. our ,ne to be found ln western Kentucky. llCW JlUlC UM lC UIU JIQHU ICE CREAM SODA, OH MY HOW DELICIOUS ! 1 1 OUR WALL PAPER DEPARTMENT. Cooling and refreshing ! Will be served as long as the season lasts. Cream received daily; furnished by Pred Miller, the well known cat- Will be the most complete ever seen in this section of the State, erer of Cvansville. Other cooling beverages ready for serving. purchases have been made and stocks will be ready for display as Lowncy's Best Candies Always in Stock. soon as our upper store room is completed. 3 Paints Oils, varnisnes, urusnes imu imc auppiita m o.un .u uu.ur ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 15 September 1905

THE SUNDAY SCHOOL. LESSON XII, THIRD QUARTER, INTER NATIONAL SERIES, SEPT. 17. Test of the Lesson, Dan. I, 8-20. Memory Venn, 10, IT . olden Test, Ran. I, H onunflllirr Prepared ha tter. It. M. (Mearns. Copyright, VXtS, by Ara.'rtrin Proa. Au-utlun. We should be Indeed pruteful for three lesson from the wonderful book of Daniel, but mure would have been better. Notice our Lord's Indorsement of the prophet and his Ixxik In Matt, xxlv, 15, and also InuiUTs nssoelu tlon with Noah and Job In Kzek. xlv, 14, o. Sir Isaac Newton said, "lie who denies Daniel's prophecies mi ileruilnes Christianity, which Is found ed on Itaiilel's prophecies concerning Christ." The time hail come, foreseen by liod from all eternity, when the dearly beloved of His soul (Jer. xll, 7 Khould be glveu Into tlie hand of her j euimles, and the times of the Ken tiles hcrfn, the seven times during which lie would punish them for their tilus as lie bad suld lU'f, xxvl, is, ill, 24, 'JUi. There Is every ream to be liev...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 15 September 1905

City Lots and Residences. Have you seen the desirable building lots in Clark's Addition to the city of Marion, Ky., and the residences therein that are now being offered for sale by W. H. Clark ? If you have not it will certainly be to your interest to do so before purchasing real estate elsewhere. These lots and residences are in East Marion and within the corporate limits of the city of Marion. They are of easy access, well located and command a splendid view of the city. They front on the principal streets and are in the coming residence portion of the city. Just the place for a residence. ruy Conceits Predicted For the Coming Season. It JIINd M'OTTF.I) NF.T (KMVNS. r linMirmnt l'ar( In m ('ulmi ,-lirnie hr Die Ornament la llir Hale annie llnlnlr tiluraarnli, larla la Nairn Kara (nil r. rilii- lnii h'-e veil Unit U ilniiiitl Lint the I'll iiib of iiiiii Ii of llio la w mlc-iir. fulllnir lii liiuu. L'ruccful I.IiIh In hind, I n pretty ninl Imm'uiii- hg f;ialiliii. I. Ill line (lin...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 15 September 1905

I flfAI WFW The Continued Story LUwlL llLllJ of Current Events Dycutburg. A dance wm invwj at the haJ) on Mui Beulah MeCoII'jm, who haa ln ! at Mwehouae, Mo. for more than k year, return! borne one day last ' week, i Monday even.ng. Mr. rd Mr. Carle Braaher n.t , Will Bridge wer.tt" Daw-urn Spring- to Fad'ah .Sunday. ' Moryiay. He eipe.-'ji Uj lake k va'.a- Mim Lula 1'iiaM waa k jot of Mil ' tw,i uf;'jl th ,;n,t ,jf lh -v'1,r 'h' h Khea 0,-A.ey It wtk. " r'jm hu oM J'1"'- ,ltr, f,jr Clemer. ii Liken. Mr. N'ewland. of Card .n. Jvi.. vailed l I'rol. K. relative her thji wet-ic. Mr. and Mr. T. F. O.arie, z.l, Term, h-re. are jf-j-is of '-flira- flfcU V-l! Mr. I-a-jra I..if felt -r.'J little tun.r. if Mdyviile, are "-k'j of Mr. K. J. Broun. ri-;.e Hayward and lilti aor., of Manor, vn.tf-d M.n (.'ora 'trave-ii re-.-i-r,tlv. F'. JiaUj a K"-f Saturday. J hn 0-y began m:r.;r.r lant week. Two litt children of Mr. Snow have diphlher.a. Ur.' l'r J.r.'i Lawje. of J'v, was here lat week. ! j Jar...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 22 September 1905

39ugJ tfnt f ittEEldEH JlSeraf ri. r n" J :. ,UME 2. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY.t SEPTEMBER 22, 1905 NUMBER 11 -'V sr. 4 5? 5? !J the they fent. CAMPAIGN WAS OPENED tester Represented Dem ocrats Monday Night IDLVG ISSUES DISCUSSED Li-County Judge b Asked to Sole His Position n Vital Ques tions and ts bptaln BUS STATLMUTI MADE BT BII ft. county cmpaxsn opened Monday ht t Going gnff school hou. M"TT , 7T. Cliy. me atew.nran outlmed apl-.f.m,n.arleW L. ,,Ule.andpl--.ndpubluhedtJilr(.jl m jkmg the the r..ntyciV. office by I). Wood them and uVl-U the laaura of tae it-heaia ,., ...r. k. Jmpaign. The ihtmocrBtie U-adeJ ad been holding arveral ronsulULua the office of the aminty chairmaa ir aWwherebut wee the tteuple beran p gather at Gin(r Spring Monday llht. only Kx-t "ounty Ju-W K-hcstrr. U'nin the Irmorrtit' nominee for tiir l!,. r of county juWe. howed up. Mr. Jt.i.hetrr liring the only lemTatic nrwlKUtr to h.w up. many thougbt it fo It for the folluing purpose; The lertnrrUc party ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 22 September 1905

llplit lii them; her vole a plalntlvs. ITT t ITT 1 "TTTTT1 EBEN HOLDEN By IRVING BACHELLER Copyrifbt. 1900. by LOT H R OP PUBLISH1NC COMPANY ) -M Synopsis of Previous Chapters. CHAITKI. I I am left an orphan at nix and am saved from uilissoluto uncle by Kben Ilolrlen, an old man who has worki.il for my father. I'ncle Kb takes me through the wilderness from Ver mont to ,-eek a new home in New York State. II. Our adventures in the woods, t'nrli; Kb scares away a panther. III. A woman present a little watf on to me, to u hu h Fred, our doe;, is i 'utcho.1. A man tries to enter our '.imp in the woods. IV. -t'nele Kb repulses thu intruder. : Ve stay in an old cabin and are warned .iirintf the niht to leave by its myste- ious owner. i'II I meet Jed I'eary, a country oet ! who takes a liking to me. I am almost frozen to death and am saved bv L'n-1 cle Kb. ' ; VIII - Hope and I try to save our old ( do;; from the butcher's hands, but are compelled by circumstances to leave him to starve. I ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 22 September 1905

CONCERNING RUNT PIGS. Cmnma ol Their Poor Cm4ltla la I'niKllr KtarvalluK. A Brent ninny farmer ami hreednra term iitir pl n runt Umt la amallar than liU fellow nf tli.) aame litter. Till" la o mlHtnkc, miy a Kentucky fanner Id llrceder' tiiir.i-tte. huiu lit If W1'" developed anil fairly plump ahnuld continue with the iliim, ami fra (iHMilly will ml rli ii In Krowtli with U larger lltfK of llii' litter. Komo plK lire iHiru runt, luit ninny runt Ihioiiic no after Mrtli during the Umt few week of their 1-xlnU-nre fmin lu Jiir!i', iiiiilinitrllloii nml other cmme liM'iili iil tu tin- life of I'lirly plKiliim, M lit caeh caic ahntilil lie t rent is I im In tliratnl by the )iiiitiiina inauiriwtod. I have aeeii wmic very Mxir runta come nut of llttrra that pmmLmil well at birth. t'mii wntchln- audi rime rliiHi'ly you will Ami aurli pig) IukkIiix amity trjlntr to ci trait milk from an tindci clopoil udder, a teat Hint Im no tnllk In It. Thee pig are made ninti tiy Mtarvatloii aolWy, and mu...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 22 September 1905

DOME MAIN ! With a Large Stock of Fresh Drugs and a Complete Line in Every Department. AT fnmnUo I mo nf Mnnl Rnnkc UR 0PEN,NG LAST w,m ()ur Ptr"n "rc familiar with our LUIIipiClC Llllc Ul JUIUUI UUUIU, If you did not attend our big opening last location before the big fire, will have no Pens Pencils Tablets and writing mat- WCk vu missci 0 trt, but come any time trouble in finding us now. It is simply a eofanHiUsaiwaVsmK. A New Store on the Old Stand, ICE CREAM SODA, OH MY HOW DELICIOUS ! OUR WALL PAPER DEPARTMPNT Cooling and refreshing ! Will be served as long as the season lasts. whll rrri UL.rrl I I IL.li I Cream received daily; furnished by Fred Miller, the well known cat- will be the most complete ever seen in this section of the State ererof Evansville. Other cooling beverages ready for scrv nq. n.,r,iw... . . . . . ... . mt- iart. i n u. r . Purchases have been made and stocks will be ready for display as Lowney's Best Candies Always in Stock. soon as our upper store room is...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 22 September 1905

'J BELIEVING ! IS NOT ALWAYS But Is Generally Beneficial. Come in and See Our New Goods SEEING The Demand Dress Goods For Good Clothes In Broadcloth was never better, nolioir, Serge, and we have deter- Venitian. mined to show the Solid Silks, best line in or,;g fjg. den County. This and many other Clothing is made to Pabrics in all of the fitand madcto wear. Latest and most It is tailored on the'f Q0 . . . . . . You should sec bench and finished ; them to fuilyappre. by hand. Itiate their value. Duttenhofer's ; Carpets, Rugs, Fine Shoes Druggets, Mats For Ladies and! An entirely new the best School line of Hats and Shoes on the Market for Caps. "Lion Brand" Shirts and Collars, Boys and Girls, Neckwear, are found witlvSuspenders, Hand us at the very kerchiefs and lowest prices, everything pertain- The quality is always the best. ing to a gentleman's wardrobe. Don't Ask for them. I fail to see them. You May Not Have Worn The W. L. DOUGLAS Shoe, but you have always heard of them. They ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 22 September 1905

THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON XIII, THWD QUARTER, INTER NATIONAL SERIES, SEPT. 24. Teit of thp IxHiHon, a. 'oiiipreh.nle inrtrrl' Hevlew l.olden Tell. I', rut, ft 4mmpntiry rrnrrd by llev. I). M. ftlrarna. ASSIMILATION I -i; "ts8s Cvansvlllc, lOowrifc-rit, llssS, by Anv-rtfau I'rwi A."cUtt.Y. I.ksson I. SemiH.eherlb'H liivunlon (II Climn. xxxll. 0-23). (ioldcii Text, II Clinm. xxxll, 8, "With im Ik tin- I-orvl our Ood to help im ami to light our battles." One of the inoM U'liiitlful things la UiIh Ickkoii, which Is no full uf the immlfi-Mtutluu of the curual mind, In ti Ni-e tlie king and the prophet tnk- lng hold of fiod In prayer i verse IM) and to nolo their aim In tiMkiiiK dollv ranee, "Tlint nil the kingdom of Un earth may know tliat Thou art tin Lord iod, even TImki only" (II King xlx, lit). Lkkso.n II. Uczoklali'ii prnyer (li. xxxvill, I). (.olden Text, Ph. xlvl. 1. "Gd U our refuge and Htrength, u very present help In trouble." In lnot lefnon the trouble wna national; now It la p...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 22 September 1905

EBEN HOLDEN Omtinucd from paifo 2 Aim talrlus" TuiHiow "Iliiou. Hi' wm so preoccupied with his pit M.r tliut I weut out Into tliu l rixmi ami Hut down, awsllliiK n better time. "The prlntoi-'B kuIiik to Washington to 1 it Ik. with tin- pn-sidi'iit," suld an editor. Jut tliHi Mr. tlrcrli-y went rtiniilntt tmrrliill' up tint Nilrnl stiilr on liU wuy to tlii type room. 'I'lin or four com IiokIIom lisu K'lni' up b1iiii of lilm. Do tiuil risen out of hIkIiI uIicii ii heard a tn'MH'iiiloii iipnuir iiIhim' alnlrs. I run up, two NlrpN lit 11 tliui', wlilln the lilti'i ml.' Mr. tjni'li'y cnni pour- fmA U A TuT only herST " We wnt Into camp there on tne lone ly flat! of east Maryland for a day or two, u we lupptNu-d, but really for qulto two weeks. In the loiitf delay thnt followed my wuy troversisl tho doiul lorels of routine. When south em Hympnthy hail ceased to wrenlc Its wrath upon Dm rullroml nliout Hultl more wu piiHlii.il on to WusliliiKton. There I got Idlers from fncle Kli iind KIIz...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 22 September 1905

f H. K. WOODS J. H. ORME r f Woods & Orme i nmififiivn; J - ' J Largest Line of Drugs in the County J J j j FULL LINE BOOKS AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES. J Two n-tfiKtcred pharmacists, ttrintf your prescrip- J tiorwawl have them filled, at any hour. Y Famous 20th Century Sanitary Soda Fountain jj Fresh Drugs, Druggists Sundries, Fine Cig ars, Patent Medicines, Toilet Articles, Office Note Books and Ledgers, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes, and Wall Paper. LOCAL NEWS The Continued Story of Current Events Blackford. it. C. Hill, of Weston, tu in town Tuesday. Jesse Olive, of Eddyville, wu here Saturday. John Nunn, of Kvansville, it visiting his father. J. N. Truitt, of near Rodney, wu here Tuemlay. C. W. Dehaven lost a sts-k barn by fire last week. Miit Trude Carnahan in tt-nlinr school at Hupk innville. I. S. Maxwell, of Marion, was her Saturday shaking hands. T. J. Stahl, of I'adurah, wan a guest of the family of Wm. Martin two days last week. A little aon of Win. Kir.! Ml while climbin...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 29 September 1905

The OLUME 2. MARION, CRITTENDEN COUNTY, KY., SEPTEMBER 29, 1905 NUMBER 12 (ALL MEETING OF THE FARMERS' CLUB I i'To I led Dclugute tu Attund Louisville I Development Convention. The Crittenden Counly Farmers' Club is hereby called to meet at the riHirt house in Marion at 1 . m. sharp, Saturday. J. Kkank 1'iw.f.K, Pres. ( iiak. W. Fox. Seo'y. Some ini.rtant matter are to lx considered kt the meeting Saturday and among thrm is the subject matter of the following letter fmm Commissioner Vreelund; September U, IJ(. My Dear Sir: The Statu Development Convention which will he held at Unjiaville under the auicc of the liumville Cummer rial Club, October In. 11 ami 12th. will undoubtedly result in much g.ssl to I In state agriculturally an well aa in other waya. J.swph K. Wing, .f Ohio, ami I. fi. Iloldcn. of low at. have Iwn iihiii tin- liallot, thinking that there would bu no trouble to net the names lifter we hud been endorsed, but lit thin late day, the second Monday in September, they a...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 29 September 1905

I I 0 f e Sa i I Sol chun Mu nnrj Fr, EBEN HOLDEN By IRVING BACHELLER Copyright, 1800. by IOTHROP rnmmmm Synopsis of Previous Chapters. CHAPTER I I am loft an orphan at six and am saved from a dissolute uncle by Kben Holden, an old man who has worked for my father. Uncle Kb takes me through the wilderness from Ver mont to seek a new home in New York State. II. -Our adventures in the woods. Uncle Kb scares away a panther. III. A woman presents a little wajj on to me, to which Fred, our dog, is 'itched. A man tries to enter our lamp in the woods. IV. -Uncle Eb repulses the intruder. V'e stay in an old cabin and are warned .tiring the night to leave by its myste ious owner. HI I meet Jed Peary, a country poet who takes a liking to me. I am almost frozen to death and am saved by Un cle Kb. VI 1 1-Hope and I try to save our old dot''fom the butcher's hands, but are .orhpelled by circumstances to leave him to starve. IX The mysterious "night man," a nocturnal prowler of the countryside, i...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 29 September 1905

EBEN HOLDEN Continued from page 2 girl, nil, ' agreed tr marry ye! Why, driilliiT hev ber 'u till bull rlty o' New Vork." "So liiul I," wu my unawer. "Wniil. you aln no luckier 'n ilie U -not ii tilt." lie added. "A good man' belter 'n gol' mine v'rjr time." "Wlio know," until Hoik. "He tuny 14- prraldfiit aoine lny." Tli'T' one tiling I hnte," 1'iule Kb continued "Thnt'a the Idee o' hevln' l' uihhInIiM ii n' luirn tin' gurrd full thi'in Infernal irub irilcra. Ye enn't I iik i' tin decent cure uv lion there 'u Ilie atuMe they're n piled up. One 'cm liiinlilril down tni o' me t'otluT tiny. "I ruilnT 'twould 'a' lieoti a pan ther Made me a' mml I took a rluti nil' knocked that b'ller Into rocked hat. Tain t right! I'm dirk o' tlie night or 'em " "they'll make a good bonfire mint day." l'l Mm. "Iinn'l U'lleve they'll burn," be an swered aorrowfully. "Tbey're tin." "Couldn't w hnry Vni?" I suggested. "lie purty rosily funeral." he ar swrre.1 thiitightfully. "Ye'd her t' dig a Me deeper ...

Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crittenden record. — 29 September 1905

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Publication Title: Crittenden Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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