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1?-"Oh, ho" said Twee Deedie. There's friend .Tnhnny Rabbit,
Who offers a chance for a ride Let us grab it"
^2?They mount and go smoothlv till Johnny says "Hushr
I SEE A GREAT PUPPY DOG back of that bush"
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3 ? Away. w>ta a squeak, goes the rabbit while after
Him comes that bad pup "But" savs Johnny, ' he/Ll hafter
i~Do better than this, or he'll lose us this minute.
Fop there is my house, and we*ll simply scoot in if.'
S?The pap tries to follow-?*some dogs won't behave
While the others watch from the rear door of the oave.
6s?Then thev softly slip out and look down from the hill
On the busy young pup who is digging there still
(COPVMOKT. t*i?, BY TRK"
NEW YORK 'HERALD CO 1
All lri?>*s Ktvru?!
T?To his back the three jump with -a-shout, and hofd tight
As the dog dashes off in a panic of fright
8?When the pup's all tired out. says Twee Deedle. "Please learn
That at frightening folks wr cm each take a turn."