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AMONG US MORTALS
THE CIRCUS COMES TO TOWN By W. E. Hill [n the hall of freaks. "He may be wild?but he certainly do look like de man dat used to come for our ashes!" -?-?-;_:_i ? The queen of the ring goes back to the dressing tent. Gee, I'm soakin' wet!" The dressing tent on a hot night. We paid our prompt boy Friday, and Saturday morning "ain't that the limit?" Bessie, the acrobat, is sympathetic, just what you might expect from a prompt boy. he was drafted? A hot day is no time to but adds that it is kid the fat lady freak and expect to get away with it. Charley's cap h.?s fallen thiough the seats, and Aunt Daisy, who believes a parasol is made to poke with, is trying to get the usher's attention. Charley is inward ly making a solemn vow never to go out with Aunt Daisy again. J The side show barker describes "most marvellous assemblage of extraordinary and remarkable monstrosities!'' The bottom row of the "bleachers. " Now. Georgette, you stay right here by Mama, or I'll go right home and leave you!"