WAGON


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WAGONWestern Australian Government Overseas Network
WAGONWorld Alliance of Geeks Online Network
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No sooner had the wagon stopped than the little fat man turned to Lamp-Wick.
"But I warn you, my little dear, there's no more room in the wagon. It is full."
Hardly had the words passed his lips when the wagon shook; there was a sound of breaking reims and trampling hoofs.
Having provided themselves with a wagon, and a number of empty casks, they sally off, armed with their rifles, into the wilderness, directing their course east, west, north, or south, without any regard to the ordinance of the American government, which strictly forbids all trespass upon the lands belonging to the Indian tribes.
An automobile, darting out from a cross-street, caused the driver of the wagon to pull in abruptly and apply the brake.
A few minutes afterward a belated farmer's boy met a light wagon which was being driven furiously toward the town of Marshall.
In the front seat of the wagon sat Dorothy and the Wizard.
But so many people came flocking to the little wagon and paid the sixpence to go inside and see the pushmi-pullyu that very soon the Doctor was able to give up being a showman.
The three men in the wagon kept a short distance in the rear, giving him occasional friendly "chaff" or encouragement, as the spirit moved them.
"Well, anyway, as I was sayin' if I can sell Caswell's six horses, why, we can stand off this month's bills an' buy the wagon."
Her husband, pale and gaunt, the shadow of death in his weary face and the droop of his body, sat leaning against one of the wagon wheels trying to quiet a wailing, emaciated year-old baby while little tow-headed Nellie, a vigorous child of seven, frolicked undaunted by the August heat.
"What a fine fellow you are, friend!" said the Cossack to a convoy soldier with a wagon, who was pressing onto the infantrymen who were crowded together close to his wheels and his horses.