HUNTINGTON, OREGON RAILROAD STATION AGENT Melvin Conway reached over his desk for the automatic numbering machine and began stamping the pile of forms in his “IN” basket. He the papers one-by-one, stamped each form and then transferred them to the "OUT" basket on the other side of his desk. After twenty three years in his current position, Melvin had developed a unique cadence to his stamping so as to work in harmony with the oscillating fan that sat on a bookshelf next to the window in his small office. In that rare moment when a train was rolling through the station at the same time, his concert of stamping reached a crescendo in what an observer might consider the zenith in railroad clerk artistic expression…thump…clickety-clack…thump…clickety-clack…thump…clickety-clack...

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