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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 17 August 1911

*"v*. I \ ' : I I P Too Good to be True. I A Missouri editor who was brimful of hard cider, got a wedding account and a sale ad J. U. G. Club The J, U. G. Club is noted | for its delightful meetings, tended trip, term of twelve months, extended to responsi- ble parties, other .vise spot cash luncheon will be served at the | |~jt t'f,e one given last Tues- table. After this Mr. and Mrs. (| week by Miss Dessje mixed, and served to ins read-. Smith will go to housekeeping | bounce was the most enjoy- ers this dope: I in a cozy home at the corner ^ble of the season> ^ ' The decorations were car✓ ■ ied out iu the club flower and colors; and sunflowers banned 1 make old hats look like j-, the hall added to the sunny new for 50c. | welcome of the hostess. The J110. W. Ray, I shape of the score cards told Experienced Tailor. us the game of the afternoon would be "Hearts" and many Morrill. "" merry games made Mr. and Mrs. Harold Smith j pass all to quickly, left Thursday for an extended ,...

Publication Title: Alto Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 17 August 1911

nagi V., l You Can Solve This Puzzle As anhrlvertisenient we will give these prizes absolutely and unconditionally free, to the persons semi• j-^Ti 1"'.^ in the \--atvst correct solution oi the "Twenty-Seven Puzzle." The neatest correct solution gets the- .piano, and the other prizes will be awarded in the order of merit. r J IVn FIRST PRIZE > beautiful $350 Upright Piano SECOND PRIZE $350 Upright Piano for $125 THIRD PRIZE $35° Upright Piano for Si50 FOURTH PRIZE Ladies' Watch, Value $2.s FIFTH PRIZE Ouitar Outfit, Value $20.00 12 AM) Eighty-Eight Other Additoual Awards 19 the next eighty eight neat- est qqrrect solutions- Every- body .who sends a correct so- ' lutiou .will .receive a beautiful prizo. 1 Si Si I v% Messrs. ('< !'"• Taylor, President Citizens' Xajioual Bank: John I,. Ilooty, General Manager Tyler Jce Co., and T. I!, Raniey, Jeweler, Tyler, Texas, are ample guarantee to the public that tlr.* awarding of prizes in Send in your solution QUICK am! you .nay! 'T'L.*'...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 17 August 1911

'T— I f V •mam i i - .'| r ;§, Staple & Fancy Groceres I carry in stock a complete line of Staple and Fancy Groceries, the bcs< grades o Canned Goods, Fruits, Candits, Nuts, Tobaccos, Cigars, &c. I also handle the best cold drinks in town. I will appre- ciate a share of your trade. s IWBJK37 The Grocennan IMS- : Telephone H6. THE ALTO HERALD )■. E. ALLEN, Editor, SUBSCRIPTION RATES Six \toutlis •50 Three Months - ,.., j .25 All subscriptions are payable in Advance. No name will be put on the books until paid for. • —w ; A duel was lately fougLt iu Texas by Alexander Shott and John S. Nott. Nott wars shot and Shott was not. In this case it would be better to be Shott than Xott. There was a rumor that Nott was not shot and Shott vows that he shot Xott which proves either that the shot Shott shot was not shot c.r Xott was shot not- withstanding. Circumstantial evidence is not always good. It 111 av appear on trial that the shot Shott shot s!'ot Nott, or Notice to the Public*...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 17 August 1911

V the alto lv. I.C. ALLIEN, Kditor. SUBSCRIPTION RATlS One Year Six Months... Three Months. All ft A division between and its supporting "-RALD one ol the Ten Conunandments v.'ith l">- there are many people who towr would not have a present of a countiy would prove injurious corner lot on the principal to, b,°th- Texas is now fifth | street, and these are our most st;^L> >u ^ union in point of yl: ; irable citizens, too.. While population. If it wes divided i.!:e city is 3 ou up.is the time 11 P. into ihoVe states as people | to issue a .'.Monroe Doctrine' ba\e t, ied to do the Texajis that will save it forever. The would lose the greatenthusiasm , 0 ' graft in the Jarge cities would required to place her in the ' lnU be impossible ii: proper meas- ^irst place in population as she ; 11 res weve taken early. Visi- , Entered as sccond-cIasH matter tors a^vays liked Alto and ni. 3. 1901, at the postofTice at wished that they could live \ltuj Texas, un ler act of March! here ev...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 17 August 1911

yeis;. ■ <o I m ¥ I 11 Make the Liver Do its Duty Nine times in ten when the liver is right the stomach and bowels are right CARTER'S LITTLE OVER PILLS gently but firmly com; pel a lazy liver do its duty. Cures Con- stipation, In digestion, Sick Hendftrhe, *nd Dittrett After Eatfng. SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE. Genuine must bear Signature Carters ITTLE PILLS. PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM C1r }i*r$ ami toautifiea Urn hair. I'ioiuo'pi a luxuriant growth. N« or Falls to Restoro Gray Ifair to ita Youthful Color. Cure* ditPMra K iimIr (ailing. 60c,ami 11 1*1 at l>ruimliH Thompson's Wafer tlvaa ualck relief lo ay a IrHlatlooa br datl, sua ar wiuJu RDfiP^Y TUMATKI). Ulvo quick ro- UnUrvl 11of( usually remove iivrel- ling and short bri nth In n few duys and omlr« relief In 16-4ftdnym trial Lreu intent FHICK. OR. UMKKSIH HO.>S, lloi A, Atlaala,Oa. never atfeka to the Iron. Wntnon E. Colentm^ Wash- ington, I). liookalrw. Ilitfli ortt retcruuooa. IUim rwuiUk DEFIANCE STARCH PATENTS DA...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 17 August 1911

I 'mm NEWS FROM OVER TEXAS Pecos is planning to build a no* ftiotlitxlist church at a cost of $^0,000. 15 miles of roada have been graded out of hnnlB, and are now being grav- eled. Mans have been put on foot to bo- curo an ice and electric light plant for Grand l*rairle. Serious riots took place in Liver- pool Sunday growing out of the Btrlkes of transportation helpers. Mart is selecting the sort of paving to bo used 011 proposed street im- provements in that city, delegations of her citizens having visited otliei [cities to examine work done else- ' where. A union depot to bo used by the Texas Central, Abilene, Southern and the Orient roads, is under way of promotion at Hamlin. A $100,000 oil company is being or- ganized at Nocona for tho purpose o( drilling for oil on tho lands leased by Pennsylvania parties during tho coming spring and summer. The Pomancho High School has do- ckled to take advantage of the State's; offer to approprlato $2,000 a year to High Schools that will app...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 17 August 1911

*4 I - i ( >U' i' * f J VA ■V/i' ■-- u'-u.—r..^.... —'—* "" ■ J b~ I „ ~ ... _ „.a-. ..-v i<-«. Sk m. V t* v ?t-: '*.• •* *C. ®iu xl' , 11 '> ;V.1 V~ :V.s •Xi' .v.'/ .V. * : v * 33i v-.l •:e. w\t A&-- ?L': T" .<•'■* i \i*-: j silr-: AV'v I '4v • >".• i \Vi >■' .■•> i ^V*' 3 iU . I .••'. ) ! iV>.i 1 :X": •.v, <wi vii: >V; >- "5 o EK2ictmcv".-.'^;"n-I ■sad? ms-n sacmsa No business ;maertakmg~*no enterprise, of whatever nature ft may be, can possible hope to succeed and rise to its highest ambition unless strictly business methods are employed in ev- ery simple transaction. We have—from the very beginning; a year ago—adopted a method which we thought at first would prove an ''unsuccessful effort/' To successful manage a business upon different principles, appeared to other as to a rather hazardous undertaking, but at the same time we were determined to ' succ cd." We could see the need of a one-price—no-cliarge-storo-in Alto and we were successful i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 24 August 1911

4-^ im .vV ' f. fey' \/ fry v 2 *cl fx r Ok tLbe H Voi.umh XI ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, August 24, 1911 Number 38 The Sensation of having a few dollars, onst f<?w hundred dollars, to your credit, is a mighty good one, This Bank experiences a very pleasant sensation when you select. us for "your bank." If Yon Are not a customer, ask some one who is, and be con- vinced. ALTO STATE BANK j PROGRESSIVE ALTO. 1 , ' With a Few of Its Fine Buildings and Improvements That Has * Been Erected This Year. Our Facilities * j Blood at Austin. 1 Austin, Texas, Aug. 21— The first real blood from the present prohibition agitation surrounding the legislature flowed tonight, when J. F. Wolters, chairman of the anti- prohibition forces, • kuocked down Thomas B. Love in the lobby oPthe Driskeli hotel arid Mr. Love's nose was cut and face stratched. The feeling is rather tense as a "result of some of the testimqny being given and the subsequent con- tradictions, and two of the State Rangers, Captaiu San- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 24 August 1911

, ^ v,*. • ^ v $ >1 ?r *? ?i >• \ .'A, rs X •> [i r* 'n \ t ; TUB ALIO HERALD 1.1. Atll N, Proprietor A.LTO, TEXAS Tan 1b cheap now. Tho lucky aviator la the on*. Niagara occasionally falls as a fool Mller. Aviation shows a marked tendenc] ■towards precipitation. An alert toad eats 285 flies an houi W—If he can catch them. On some summer days straw hati Iflefy meteorological conditions. Most of the women who put on bath Jug suits this summer get them wet. Tho electric fan crop Is more lmpor tant Just now than even a cereal crop I Joy riding In the air bids fair to be come a sky feature either tblB year oi next Most of the early presidential boomi *111 be badly frostbitten before anoth «r spring There are microbes on a dollar bill but dollar bills do not fly about tc •light on one. The sweet girl graduate has desert •d the fountain of learning for thi •oda fountain. A cat can look at a king, and foi that matter most any sort of a man can grow a pointed beard. The coatless ma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 24 August 1911

0- ! JACQUES fUTRELLE lUCSIRAHONS bjy M.Q.KsEtti\es- COPYRIGHT I9O8 fy THE ASSOCIATED SUNDAY MAGA2INE3 COPYRIGHT 190Q by THE D0BD3 - MERRILL COMPANy SYNOPSIS. Count dt no*!nl, ttie Italian ambas- sador, la at dinner with diplomats In thfl national c&nltal when 11 mcHsengor frlnga a note directing him to come to the fmbnssy at once. Here a beautiful fonnc woman anka that alio ho given t ticket to the embassy bull. The tlcU- t la made out In tho nnme of Miss Is- abel Thorne. Chief Campbell of the fecret aervlce. and Mr. Orlmm, his head elective are warned that a plot of the -atln races against the KiirIIsIi speak- ing races is brewing In Washington. *nd Orlmm goes to the state ball for information. In a conservatory his at- tention Is called to Miss Isabel Thorne, who with her companion, noon disap- pears. A revolver shot Is heard and .ampbell and Grimm hasten down the Ball to And that Honor Alvarez of the M'Xlcan legation, has been shot. A wo- plan did It, and Orlmm Is assured It...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 24 August 1911

mm ry *> ,v,-« ' r>"" A? tftfC'J. ■5!- ■HHP" LOCALS *.• i •" v.« -I <2 r\ v >. 3 The church service at Sand plat ,vas largely attended Suuday. The pastor, Hio. Welborn, is doing splendid worK and is very popular, Presh turnip seed in bulk, all varieties, at J. F. Noell. Tlie estimated yield of cot- Jon1 in the vicinity of Arrant's gin is one fourth of a bale per acre. The Herald would be pleased to hear from other places in regard to the cotton crop, but insists that a close examination be made before sending in reports, J. O. Murphy has purchased the grocery store of E, A. Woody. Mr. Murphy has been a resident of Alto for some time and is an upright and honest man, 'Squire Davis will have charge of the ptore until Mr. Murphy is ire.idy to take charge. Car fresh flour just arrived at Carter's. Prices low as the lo.vest. The ice cream supper given by the Woodmen Circle on last Saturday evening was well patronized and a neat sum of money realized, 42 was played throughout ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 24 August 1911

/N -rr —r n*i — -7' f You Can Solve This Puzzle p,i As mi advertisement we will give these prizes absolutely and unconditionally free, to the persons send- ingSu th-- neatest correct solution of the "Twenty-Seven Puzzle." The neatest correct solution Rets the piano, and the other prizes will be awarded in the order of merit. FIRST PRIZE ljs:u;' if til $350 Upright piano SECOND PRIZE $3,y Upright Piano for $125 THIRD PRIZE $.3,5(5 Upright Piano for $150 FOURTH PRIZE LadieS' G. Watch, Value $23 FIFTH PRIZE N Guitar Outfit, Value $20.00 0 1 9 12 AM), Eighty-Eight Other Additonal Awards fro the next eighty-eight neat- est correct solutions- Lvvery- body who sends a correct so- lution will receive a beautiful prize. 5—ne..>*a.'*( .' u.:.riTT.r~r a v v DIRECTIONS—Take the numbers from 3 to 13, inclusive, and place them in the squares so that Vjv .when added together vertically, horizontally and diagonally, the total will be Twenty-Spven • No mmibei : can b-: used twice. Use this or a s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 24 August 1911

MMHm M I t • ( ■niM^i n■ u*i ■ttf mrnim Staple & Fancy Groceres • k- .. I carry in stock a complete Jipe pf Staple aod Fancy Groceries, the bepf grades o 'fU ( ! • i ^ \ Canned GoofU, Fruits, Candies, Nuts, Tobaccos, Cignrs, &c. A* i " I also handle the best cold drinks in town. I will appre- ciate a sharp of your trade. * c ul"> ' t -J.W. WILLIE- 1 'Ji The Grocerman : : : ; Telephone N6. —m £ AL/TO HERALD K. E. ALLEN, Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES t Year ' $1.00 X MonthsT;. 50 . , . , . , , iree Months. 25 111 tins country who 1 subscriptions are payable in advance. No name Will be put 011 the books until paid for. iKntered as second-class matter ■*!. 3, 1901, at the posto(fice at |- to, Texas, ti'11 It-r act of March J 1S79. - -- .... — - . - Notice to the Public. Any erroneous reflection upon the •.1,meter. standing or reputation of i\ person, firm or corporation, -h may appear in llie columns than not the monied man es- capes entirely. In theory ev- ery man in this count...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 24 August 1911

THE ALTO HERALD sary K. R. AIJ.KX, Editor SUBSCRIPTION RATES U 'A1 ^Tsa'ry to be'doV, an^Tat'"all'1' ■ times works .vitli a singleness jbf purpose for the interests of his county an idchl JL. J'-'. He would make superintendent of road and bridge construction, One War $i.oo!aU(*. *vou^ appointed to that Six Months pusitiou, cave this county fhree Months 25 mdny times over the salary payable in I t^iat would be paid him. All subscriptions nrc • advance. No name will be put 011 the books until paid for. Entered as second-class matter Jan. 3, 1001, at the postoffiee at Alto, Texas, 1111 ier act of March j, 1879. Notice to the Public. Any erroneous reflection upon tlie character, Standing 'or "reputation cf any person, firm or corporation1, wjiich may appear in the columns df Xhe'Heraki will be gladly cor- rected' upon its being brought to the attention of the publishers. Bk proud of your town; talk about it to your neighbor and tell them of its great advan/ tages. , What is there in Alt...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 24 August 1911

gPpyMMP tl I J ire a* i" on ICn / ll ! lb Y cl i itf r 'HREE hours after the first dose. That's all the time it takes for Oxidine to "get busy" with a tor- pid liver, sluggish bow- els and kidneys and a weak stomach. Tones and strength- ens vital organs. Try just one bottleof OXIDINE —a bottle proves. The Specific for Maiana. Chilli and Fever and a reliable remedy (or all dueates due to diforders of liver, stomach, bowels and kidneys. 50c. At Your Druggi$t$ Via IIBIIHI MVS 00 Wtoo, Tozas. Farmers' Educational and Co-Operative Union of America Matters Especial Moment to the Progressive Agriculturist CARY ACT Inndnnd water rlphta.Qpev to eutry on Jtiu NVood Rlvor Project In Southern tubo. fto.ft'j on acre In 1 fuinaal Innt«l1tni>riia. Ample waters pply ktmrun- Uod. IDAHO UlUlUA'ATuM OO., lUclWld. IdiihU HIS BRAVE ACT UNREWARDED Bectowal of Two Black Eyes Alto- gether Too Much for Heiress to Overlook. i Tfcejr wore a pleasant party at thw country house, and It was only nat- ural tha...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 24 August 1911

/? (J- TEXAS NEWS HAPPENINGS f j . A bath house and sanitarium for negroes has been opened at Marlin. Eight "mashers" was tho haul made by Dallas police one night last week. Swift & Co., packers, are preparing to build a $100,000 warehouse in Ok- lahoma City. Paris has bought a now auto tire engine, which has stood satisfactory teats. Will Clements was shot and killed At Pledger. 17 miles south of Wharton Saturday. Contract was let for tho Federal building at Cleburno last week. The prive is $75,520. Alfred Moore of Dallas was held up a few mornings since and robbed of Jowelery valued at $900. The excavation for the now Fed- *ral building at Terrell has been com- pleted. The Lewisvlllo district of Denton County has voted an l3suo of $75,000- road bonds. While roummaging among some old papers, a resident of San Antonio ran across an $8 bill of colonial issue dated six months previous to the Dec- laration of Independence. Dr. Thornton Whnllng, formor pas- tor of the First Presbyte...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 24 August 1911

0 r*' * r J j ■ i / '■ sri I ^rl'i- ■ ,J,r m m §§ «& i-S $J!5* ^yv, vtiv i* ■ < !v>.i , • Lr , fV& !x*>. ^ fS'*- -. L r. Wl.1* ■y.r,- I * Lr'. !vj,^ <VK: ,'• I— :=%T $ik AVJ V [i'l.'i !v>.f S?;* X' v '^y.Vi . «-- r . ■ WJle^.Vs i KWI y^'fWj >.«• :<!> *i>>Tt/ ?ie Sflt <i?is $«!$ <*Jie wit wis *"s SUCCESS Mwufkvesm i L. !\V Vv th jl*-: .Kl,^ 1^/ JU P- Ste 1«.' £L* No business undertaking—no enterprise, of whatever nature it may be, can possible hope to succeed and rise to its highest ambition unless strictly business methods are employed in ev- er^ simple transaction. We have—from the very beginning a year ago=-adopted a method -which we thought at first would prove an "unsuccesstul effort/' To successful manage a business upon different principles, appeared to other as to a rather hazardous undertaking, "hilt at the same time we were determiued to "succeed;" We could See the need of a one-price—no-charge-store-in-Alto and we were successful...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 31 August 1911

*1 I. I f llU'V , f ..ft' i I til, I - -:x . w wuliw ijisbpakj t wt3 ti 8£fc. - ^'LdJX itiLvel t&j Volume XI ALTO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, August 3r, 191 r Numbkr 7 i «THvia?Mnatr.-.". «aBBagftv?:aM At . u3EE05Ea8HB ALTO'S Tl i HI of having :i few dollars, or a few hundred dollars, to your credit, is a mighty good one. experiences a very pleasant sensation when you select us for "your bank." SECOND DAY TRADES ;-^5SSfc-^a6ESA^.t«iv i.v StJSilVialkii. Wi ■. To Pc Held Tuesdc ', October: 3rd Over $ :.;0 la Cash B:sides the Merchants' Premiums to be Given Away. not a customer, ask some one who is, and be con- vinced. ALTO STATE BANK i TO POULTRY RAISERS. TI.3 Annual Poultry Show to be Given i.i Connection With the Cherokee County Fcir. 90 Pa?es. Up to the time of going to press (Thursday morning) Alto had re;c'vcd c^o bal.s of od reason. cation. We look for tJy .crop, and A'to will still be The members of the Poultry 1,, , ,• , , r . • rr,, , A J the leading cotton market of Association of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 31 August 1911

riMMH r Ik yw'v^. >r-, GP r*Y SsM Sfo Sfcbi §ws vLk r * . '.v..* liS «? SB? H #2 >•> 1 -Li v" $ «* & |£ ft *5 I U«i a (• B IX* $ ? Is £? I ft X <■% r JE* JACQUES FUTRELLE ILLUSTRATIONS' Ap M.G.Kszrftivei- COPYRIGHT 1908 by THE ASSOCIATED .SUNDAY MAGAZINES COPYRIGHT 190g by THE DOBB3 - MERRILL COMPANy SYNOPSIS. Italian umbos- Iftd mfSHArujfir nutitmonH him to the <*in- biiHKy, whero n beuutlfnl yotmir wonuin iikIcb for a ticket to tin* embassy ball. Tho ticket 'h rnail« out In the name <n Miss Isabel Thorn©. •'hlcf < 'ampboll of the Hue ret worvlco, 11 ml Mr. (Jrlinm, bl beud dot not I vc, nr-- w.irnoil that i plot Im bn-wlriK In Washington, and (Irlmrn goo« to tho «tnt« hall for Information. Ills At- tention la oallod to MIsm lsab«*l Thorn©, who with her companion, illHuppoars. A phot in heard and Senor Alvarez of tho Mexican legation, in found wounded. Orlmm In assured MIhs Thorne did It. ho visits her, demanding knowledge of tho affair, and arrests I'lotro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alto Herald — 31 August 1911

I 1 Ekoxm ^WILBUR p. NESB1T 50NG oftiie WlLDCmurrEDR I [ want to ko out In my automobubble. My automobuhblety-bobblcty-bubble, And rattlo and roar till I run against trouble; I want to cut loose with the Gabriel tootor, To Hklp and to scamper about with my scooter. My howler, my yeller, my shrleker, my hooter. My autoinobtibblety-bobblety-babblo. fl'hut ronrs at the rubbering ring of the rabble, My trlplr-e*panBlon and forty-honse- double, My automoblbblety-bobblely-bubble, With honkety-honkety-honkety-blngl And tootlety-tootlety-tootlety-splngl My automoblpper— My automozlpper— Ker-smash! t want to whop out and go whirling and whizzing And scooting and tooting and flzzlng and slzzlng And flipping and flashing and (usslng and flying And gliding and sliding and shooting and shying; I want to go tilting around every cor- ner A-honklng and honking my Gabriel warner; I want to scare dogs till they seem to have rabies; I want to bewilder nursemaid* with their babies; , t want to whir pas...

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