Bart Sterlings Road to Success

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1st World Publishing, Jul 1, 2006 - Literary Collections - 204 pages
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You can't go in that room. "Why can't I?" "Because that's the orders; and you can't smoke in this room." Bart Stirling spoke in a definite, manly fashion. Lemuel Wacker dropped his hand from the door knob on which it rested, and put his pipe in his pocket, but his shoulders hunched up and his unpleasant face began to scowl. "Ho!" he snorted derisively, "official of the company, eh? Running things, eh?" "I am - for the time being," retorted Bart, cheerfully. "Well," said Wacker, with an ugly sidelong look, "I don't take insolence from anyone with the big head. I reckon ten year's service with the B. & M. entitles a man to know his rights."
 

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Contents

THE THIRD OF JULY
7
WAKING THE NATIVES
13
COUNTING THE COST
19
BLIND FOR LIFE
26
READY FOR BUSINESS
31
GETTING SATISFACTION 39 VII WAITING FOR TROUBLE
46
THE YOUNG EXPRESS AGENT
50
COLONEL JEPTHA HARRINGTON 56 X QUEER COMRADES
61
A FAINT CLEW
107
A DUMB FRIEND
113
FOOLING THE ENEMY
119
BART ON THE ROAD
125
A LIMB OF THE LAW
130
BART STIRLING AUCTIONEER
139
GOING GOING GONE
143
MR BAKERS BID
150

FORGET IT
65
THE MYSTERIOUS MR BAKER
72
HIGHER STILL
79
MRS HARRINGTONS TRUNK
84
AN EARLY CALL
93
AT FAULT
99
A NIGHT MESSAGE
154
ON THE MIDNIGHT EXPRESS
162
LATE VISITORS
170
THIRTY SECONDS OF TWELVE 176 XXIX BROUGHT TO TIME
185
STILL HIGHER
191
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