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Quot; She now made a list of the things she needed and dispatched messengers to every part of Oz with instructions to obtain them and bring them to her as soon as possible. And one of her messengers met the little Wizard of Oz, who was mounted on the back of the famous live Sawhorse and was clinging to its neck with both his arms; for the Sawhorse was speed " " ing to Glinda s castle with the velocity of the wind, bearing the news that Royal Ozma, Ruler of all the great Land of Oz, had suddenly disappeared and no one in the Emerald City knew what had become of her.

Alone as they did, the Yips had queer ways and notions of their own and did not resemble any other people of the Land of Oz. Their houses Living all surface; not like a 7 city, grouped together, but set w herever their owners fancy dictated, with fields here, trees there, and odd were scattered all over the flat 7 paths connecting the houses one with another. It was here, on the morning when Ozma so strangely little disappeared from the Emerald City, that Cayke the Cookie Cook discovered that her diamond-studded gold dishpan had been stolen, and she raised such a hue-and-cry over her loss and wailed and shrieked so loudly that many of the Yips gathered around her house to inquire what was the matter.

In other words, the Frogman was ambitious to become still greater than he was, which was impossible if he always remained upon this mountain. He wanted others to see his gorgeous clothes and listen to his solemn sayings, and here was an excuse for him to get away from the Yip Country. So he said to Cayke the Cookie Cook: go with you, my good woman," which greatly pleased Cayke because she felt the Frogman could be of much assistance to her in her search. "I will mighty Frogman had decided to undertake the journey, several of the Yips who were young and daring at once made up their minds But now, since the next morning after breakfast the Frogman and Cayke the Cookie Cook and nine of the Yips started to slide down the side of the mountain.

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