Stránka:tales 1905.djvu/125

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When the Oak-leaf is the size of a Squirrel’s foot, take a stick like a Crow’s bill and make holes as big as a Coon’s ear and as wide apart as Fox tracks. Then plant your corn, that it may ripen before the Chestnut splits and the Woodchuck begins his winter’s sleep.