1 "Dern'd if I would," said Huck.
2 Pretty near, but not yet, Huck.
3 Huck, Muff Potter don't know it.
4 Huck scanned his own clothing forlornly.
5 Huck began to pick up his scattered clothes.
6 No, Tom's true-blue, Huck, and he'll come back.
7 "But they don't say anything over it," said Huck.
8 Huck could not bear the look, and dropped his eyes.
9 I've took off thousands of warts off of my hands that way, Huck.
10 As the night deepened, Huck began to nod, and presently to snore.
11 They shoved off, presently, Tom in command, Huck at the after oar and Joe at the forward.
12 And then it was discomforting to see Huck eying Joe's preparations so wistfully, and keeping up such an ominous silence.
13 They lay around in the shade, after breakfast, while Huck had a smoke, and then went off through the woods on an exploring expedition.
14 Huck started sorrowfully away, and Tom stood looking after him, with a strong desire tugging at his heart to yield his pride and go along too.
15 While Joe was slicing bacon for breakfast, Tom and Huck asked him to hold on a minute; they stepped to a promising nook in the river-bank and threw in their lines; almost immediately they had reward.
16 Huck found a spring of clear cold water close by, and the boys made cups of broad oak or hickory leaves, and felt that water, sweetened with such a wildwood charm as that, would be a good enough substitute for coffee.
17 Then Joe and Huck had another swim, but Tom would not venture, because he found that in kicking off his trousers he had kicked his string of rattlesnake rattles off his ankle, and he wondered how he had escaped cramp so long without the protection of this mysterious charm.
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