The Little Shepherd of Kingdom Come by John Fox, Jr.

Etext scanned by Mary Starr, corrections by Martin Robb. THE LITTLE SHEPHERD OF KINGDOM COME by JOHN FOX, JR. To CURRIE DUKE DAUGHTER OF THE CHIEF AMONG MORGAN’S MEN KENTUCKY, APRIL, 1898 CONTENTS 1. TWO RUNAWAYS FROM LONESOME 2. FIGHTING THEIR WAY 3. A “BLAB SCHOOL” ON KINGDOM COME 4. THE COMING OF THE TIDE

The Last Stetson by John Fox Jr.

Prepared by David Reed haradda@aol.com or davidr@inconnect.com The Last Stetson by John Fox Jr. 1 A MIDSUMMER freshet was running over old Gabe Bunch’s water-wheel into the Cumberland. Inside the mill Steve Marcum lay in one dark corner with a slouched hat over his face. The boy Isom was emptying a sack of corn into

Hell Fer Sartain & Other Stories by John Fox Jr.

Scanned by Charles Keller with OmniPage Professional OCR software donated by Caere Corporation, 1-800-535-7226. Contact Mike Lough JOHN FOX, JR. `Hell fer Sartain’ and Other Stories TO MY BROTHER JAMES AUTHOR’S NOTE CONTENTS ON HELL-FER-SARTAIN CREEK THROUGH THE GAP A TRICK O’ TRADE GRAYSON’S BABY COURTIN’ ON CUTSHIN THE MESSAGE IN THE SAND THE SENATOR’S

Christmas Eve on Lonesome and Other Stories by John Fox, Jr.

Christmas Eve On Lonesome And Other Stories By John Fox, Jr. Illustrated By F. C. Yohn, A.I. Keller, W.A. Rogers, and H. C. Ransom 1911 CONTENTS Christmas Eve On Lonesome The Army Of The Callahan The Pardon Of Becky Day A Crisis For The Guard Christmas Night With Satan ILLUSTRATIONS Captain Wells descended with no

A Mountain Europa by John Fox Jr.

Prepared by David Reed haradda@aol.com or davidr@inconnect.com A Mountain Europa By John Fox, Jr. TO JAMES LANE ALLEN I As Clayton rose to his feet in the still air, the tree-tops began to tremble in the gap below him, and a rippling ran through the leaves up the mountain-side. Drawing off his hat he stretched

A Knight of the Cumberland by John Fox Jr.

tell her no more than she knew, however, and then she said she was sure she had seen the Wild Dog herself that afternoon, sitting on his horse in the bushes near a station in Wildcat Valley. She was sure that he saw her, and his face had frightened her. I knew her fright was

A Cumberland Vendetta by John Fox, Jr.

Prepared by David Reed haradda@aol.com or davidr@inconnect.com A Cumberland Vendetta by John Fox Jr. TO MINERVA AND ELIZABETH A Cumberland Vendetta I THE cave had been their hiding-place as children; it was a secret refuge now against hunger or darkness when they were hunting in the woods. The primitive meal was finished; ashes were raked
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