Mr. Morse is the station master and is eagerly awaiting the arrival of the 8:30 train. As he checks his watch, he sees that it is now 8:20 (jewelers often set their display clocks at this time so you can see the writing on the clock face and because it is the p.m. time when Abraham Lincoln was shot.) On the back of the station are two uniform buttons which have been misplaced. They are in “lost and found.” Mr. Morse is proud to be a distant relative of Samuel F.B. Morse who invented the electric telegraph in the 19th Century. If your dictionary contains the Morse Code, then you will be able to decipher the message on the back of the building that is enabling Mr. Morse to smile.