The man addressed as “Jack” sprang alertly to the roof of the caboose.
The conductor and crew of the local freight were lounging comfortably in the caboose.
It did not occur to Bucks that the caboose was standing still.
Mears, greatly disturbed, ordered the men off the grade and into the caboose.
He was not on top of any of the cars, nor in the caboose, and must have been left behind.
You 'tack me and I'll have you in the caboose, sure's my name's Gedney Raffer.
Just then Willie Wallace came through the caboose, and the train stopped.
The caboose was gone, and so was everything on deck not thoroughly secured.
Forward is the caboose of the crew, a wide, low, but roomy erection.
The locomotive whistled, and the brakeman ran back to the caboose.