She got a chair-car after that, but, having got into the way of it, drowsed again.
But the proffer of the money for the chair-car chair broke the ice a little.
She has a chair-car reservation on the Pennsylvania train leaving there at ten o'clock in the morning.
He kin always get in somehow, ridin' the rods, or comin' blind baggage; religion sorter tags behind and waits for the chair-car.
She remembered that she had forgotten to pay Davidge for the seat he surrendered her in the chair-car.
My chair-car was profitably well filled with people of the kind one usually sees on chair-cars.
She did not mind now the curious glances of those passengers from the chair-car who were within the limit of her view.
Indeed, the two friends were about the first to leave the chair-car by the rear door.