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' , WEE, WEE, BOY, DRIVES BIG, BIG AUTO!
Master Doke Wilson and his car.
By Aunt Gertie.
Boys, .did you ever hear of a little
fellow ohly FOUR YEARS OLD be
ing able to drive a MOTOR CAR?
Well, well. It seems too wonderful
to be true. But here he Is.
His name is Master Doke Wilson.
His home is ur'England, over across
the Atlantic ocean, you know
Master Doke has the use of a 6HP
-He knows how to drive it.
He understands everything about
the machinery in it and can explain,
anything you like to ask him about it.
Here he is fixing the exjra; wheel
belonging to the car.
Does he look strong and happy and
well? He is dressed in a little suit of
overalls which he always wears, I am
told, when he is cleaning the car.
Master Doke is very 'proud because
he has learned all about the car.
Quite often he invites little friends
tC watch him while he works
Of course, Master Doke doesn't
drive the car all alone nor work
around it all alone. He has an in-'
structor, who is as big as he is little.
You'd love to see this tiny boy
driving his car, while the big man sits
very near to be at hand, in case he