Aunt Jane's Nieces on Vacation

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1st World Publishing, 2005 - Fiction - 200 pages
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Purchase one of 1st World Library's Classic Books and help support our free internet library of downloadable eBooks. Visit us online at www.1stWorldLibrary.ORG - - Mr. Judkins, the station agent at Chazy Junction, came out of his little house at daybreak, shivered a bit in the chill morning air and gave an involuntary start as he saw a private car on the sidetrack. There were two private cars, to be exact - a sleeper and a baggage car - and Mr. Judkins knew the three o'clock train must have left them as it passed through. "Ah," said he aloud; "the nabobs hev arrove." "Who are the nabobs?" asked a quiet voice beside him. Again Mr. Judkins started; he even stepped back a pace to get a better view of the stranger, who had approached so stealthily through the dimlight that the agent was unaware of his existence until he spoke.
  

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Contents

1 THE HOBO AT CHAZY JUNCTION
7
2 THE INVASION OF MILLVILLE
12
3 THE DAWN OF A GREAT ENTERPRISE
23
4 THE WAY INTO PRINT
30
5 DIVIDING THE RESPONSIBILITIES
37
6 MR SKEELTY OF THE MILL
48
7 THE SKETCH ARTIST
56
8 THE MILLVILLE DAILY TRIBUNE
67
14 THE DANGER SIGNAL
117
15 A CLEVER IDEA
126
16 LOCAL CONTRIBUTION
132
17 THE PENALTIES OF JOURNALISM
144
18 OPEN WARFARE
150
19 A MERE MATTER OF REVENGE
156
20 DEFENDING THE PRESS
163
21 THE COMING OF FOGERTY
168

9 TROUBLE
71
10 THURSDAY SMITH
82
11 THE HONERBLE OJOY BOGLIN
95
12 MOLLY SIZERS PARTY
103
13 BOB WEST INTERFERES
109
22 UNMASKED
176
23 THE JOURNALISTS ABDICATE
186
24 A CHEERFUL BLUNDER
195
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