I wonder,” remarks the station-agent, “if that Rockafeller telegram was genuwine.
I asked the station-agent and the conductor, but each refused, saying it would not be consistent with their duty.
The station-agent, even in the smallest towns, has a less lonely time.
The station-agent's assistant bustled to unhitch the mules and put in fresh ones.
And whilst you was away, she had a talk with the station-agent–about rates East.
In a minute or two the station-agent came out of the shanty and looked at her with obvious curiosity.
In a few months he could handle the key about as well as the station-agent.
Meanwhile, in the privacy of the baggage room, the station-agent was whispering excitedly to his companion.
Tevis's grandfather was the station-agent at Middleton, and he spoke with an air of certain knowledge.
The south-bound train had not arrived and as I turned away the station-agent again changed its time on the bulletin board.