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Tom: Hello, Huckleberry!
Huck: Hello yourself, and see how you like it.
Tom: Say-what is dead cats good for, Huck.
Huck: Cure wart with.
Huck: I know something that's better, spunk-water.
Tom: Spunk-water! I wouldn't give a dern for spunk-water.
Tom meets Huck on his way to school on a Monday.
Tom: D'you ever try it?
Huck: No, I hain't. But Bob Tanner did.
Huck has a dead cat and Tom wonders what it is good for. Huck claims that the cat is good for curing warts.
Tom: Who told you so? What if they all lied?
Huck: Well it was passed down from a lot of people. They wouldn't lie.
After Huck says that dead cats are good for curing warts he says that spunk-water is way better.
Tom: Now tell me how Bob Tanner done it, Huck?
Huck: He dipped his hand in a rotten stump where the rain-water was. It didn't work because he didn't say the saying before putting his hand in the stump.
In this scene Tom is wondering if Huck has ever tried spunk-water. Huck claims that Bob Tanner had tried the spunk-water.
Tom is wondering who told Huck just in case it was not true. Then Huck said that the people who passed the myth down wouldn't lie.
Tom ask how it is done. Huck has a whole explanation for how it worked. Huck said it didn't work on Bob Tanner because he didn't talk to the spunk-water before putting his hand in.