Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah

Short Stories

Silas Jackson

Friday, June 27th, 2014

Silas Jackson

by Paul Laurence Dunbar (1900) Silas Jackson was a young man to whom many opportunities had come. Had he been a less fortunate boy, as his little world looked at it, he might have spent all his...

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The Psychomorph

Friday, June 20th, 2014

The Psychomorph

by E. A. Grosser (1940) Two men sat in front of the entirely useless fireplace, watching the flames. They were roughing it in a centrally heated mountain lodge. Suddenly two words quavered on the crisp spring evening air:...

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Man From the Wrong Time-Track

Friday, June 13th, 2014

Man From the Wrong Time-Track

by Denis Plimmer (1941) For immediate release! The statement which follows concerns the entire world, and for that reason I, Paul Dicey of Irving Place, New York City, am sending copies of it to the world’s leading newspapers....

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The Captain and the Miracle

Friday, June 6th, 2014

The Captain and the Miracle

by Edna Wahlert McCourt (1918) The captain had been in and about the trenches there years before he crossed the Atlantic. And yet, although there were apparently hordes of us Americas who were eager and able to talk...

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Slippery Elm

Friday, May 30th, 2014

Slippery Elm

by James W. Egan (1920) The average dick ain’t supposed to be much of a sleuth. They’ll tell you his head is no good except as a parkin’ place for a derby, and that he’s lucky if he...

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The Wild Ace

Friday, May 23rd, 2014

The Wild Ace

by Robert Sidney Bowen (1938) Major Precott, hardboiled, two-fisted C.O. of the Yank 39th Pursuits, looked at the lean, tow-headed pilot for a moment or so, then turned his attention to the letter the fledgling had handed over...

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Tenor On Horseback

Friday, May 16th, 2014

Tenor On Horseback

by Matt Sprague (1945) Rex Bannon, half owner of the Diamond-C, let out a howl of anguish as the piece of scenery came down full on his left toe. It was Rex’ third season as volunteer scene shifter...

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Bull

Friday, May 9th, 2014

Bull

by W.O. McGeehan (1919) To begin with it had been a tough winter. The reformers had killed the fight game and I didn’t see much chance of cornering a lot of jack, working Jersey with my stable of...

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Last Chance Acre

Friday, May 2nd, 2014

Last Chance Acre

by Maitland Scott (1937) Nan Stewart clutched a tiny, whimpering bundle of human life to her quivering bosom. She faltered clumsily on her thin legs, which her threadbare nightgown revealed had lost their roundness of feminine charm, while...

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The Idiots

Friday, April 25th, 2014

The Idiots

by Joseph Conrad We were driving along the road from Treguier to Kervanda. We passed at a smart trot between the hedges topping an earth wall on each side of the road; then at the foot of...

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