Books: Fiction: Oct. 17, 1927

Woodcutter's House

The Story * Metabel Adams walked over the hills from Early. It was the spring her father died. "Trembling and meek he stepped into Jordan's dark icy water, the cold tide froze him, and he came out again in Zion with a look of peace; he seemed to be saying humbly to the angels, 'I don't amount to much, but I feel friendly.' "

Metabel felt lonely; and, save for her dog, Musket, she was all alone as she stepped through the woods that lay along Hemlock mountain. Finally she came to...

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