"I'm a trifle hungry, myself," declared the yellow hen.
"My name is Bill," said the yellow hen, somewhat gruffly.
"'The inspiration was that the window of The Yellow Room looks out in such a way that the park wall, which abuts on the pavilion, prevented my at once reaching the window.
"'I must also tell you, monsieur, that The Yellow Room is a very small room.
"You are sure, then, that we have found the way to the land of the yellow men?" I cried.
But see how closely, so far, each detail tallies with the world-old story of the hegira of the yellow race.
"We'll take a whole yellow butterfly, alive and well, to the Crooked Magician, and let him pull the left wing off."
It was a sad journey for Ojo, for without the wing of the yellow butterfly he saw no way to save Unc Nunkie--unless he waited six years for the Crooked Magician to make a new lot of the Powder of Life.
So they set to work in one of the big yellow rooms of the castle and worked for three days and four nights, hammering and twisting and bending and soldering and polishing and pounding at the legs and body and head of the Tin Woodman, until at last he was straightened out into his old form, and his joints worked as well as ever.
Now that they were reunited, Dorothy and her friends spent a few happy days at the Yellow Castle, where they found everything they needed to make them comfortable.
Only papers in the yellow silk-papers with queer marks on.
"Valdez throw away yellow silk, and I take for my arrows so rain not wash off poison.
Dorothy sat right down in the road, the yellow
hen in her arms, and began to stroke Billina's back.
Handkerchief, since his discovery of my empty pocket, had become most insolent in his bearing, and he wormed about among the other prisoners, talking to them with great earnestness.
I want to have a border all yellow
, every shade of yellow
from fieriest orange to nearly white, and the amount of work and studying of gardening books it costs me will only be appreciated by beginners like myself.