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z& nag ~~ A,f ivT-, : istk* "> c 1?'Look. Dolly.'" said Dick "Grandpa's watch seems lo Ask M' Twee Deedle to fiy it up auick " ??Sr. Mr Twee Deedle. ill smiling and tollv. Made i midgci bi pick -mi.) a midget ot Dolly. 5?They turned the watch over. the> brushed and thev eved it "No use." said Tu-fe Deedle. "We musl all crawl inside it Then he mane Dick and Dolly a?. small as a minute. And Jhey crawled thrnueh the watch, juM to vee wh3t was in it ill they found 'tween the wheels, ? here the covl lilted in A small pun of duM like the point of .a pin. t5^."Tha?'s itT" >-n?<i Twee Deedle. .as he pulled out the jrratn. And the wheels started whirring with mijjhl and with main. COPVKIOHT. rar.. BY THE "EW YORK HERAI.D CO I All Rtfhu Rcumtd ,__J 7_Then he made ihe-n N-.'h in Ih? regular way While he hrpped o'er the vaich and he bade (hem poM day ."Vet, we've both been inside, and we hated to leave it, Dul Grandpa looked just like he didn't believe it.