At the rear end of the car the flagman worked with one of the tail-lights that burned badly, and the conductor watched him.
He passed the flagman, going like a brunet typhoon ten days overdue.
The flagman at the shanty one hundred feet away had evidently witnessed the tussle between the two boys.
A flagman shouted something at them as they passed a switch.
In the aisle near the forward door she encountered the flagman.
"Skeeter's it," announced the flagman, a self-constituted umpire.
He remembered Casey, the flagman, but probably there were many Caseys in that camp.
I nodded again; only, I thought, I should like to hear the flagman tell the story.
flagman at crossing claims to have been sick at the time of the accident, was in his shanty sitting down.
Neither the conductor nor the flagman said a word in answer.