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L Ihe 77 CLOWN flT ByAnnieFel ByAnnieFelA ts
A ne Li lows Johnston
little man in motley thrusting thrustinghis
his face through the curtains of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the big cirrus tent looked out on onthe onthe oftThe
the gathering ga thering crowds and grinned To Tohim Tohim Tohim
him that assemblage of gaping back baekwoeds backGOds hackt
t woeds GOds pioneers was wa a greatr Ereat r shew shewthan she shethan iow iowi
i than the one he was ws afi traveling with al although although atr ¬
r though the circus ercU itself j tte1 lf was a pioneer pioneerin
l in Its way ay It wa was the first rst that had hadever hadeYer hadever
ever traveled through the almost un unbroken unbrekeit unbrokelu ¬
broken forests f rests of o southern rout rn Indiana and andthe andthe andi
i the fame of its it performance at Vln Vlncennes Vlncennes VinCenns
cennes had spread to the Ohio long longbefore longbefore tongbefore
before the plodding oxen had drawn drawnthe drawnthe drawnthe
the heavy lion cages half that dis distance distance dislance ¬
tance tanceStanding tanceSlandjn lanceStaudhig
Standing Slandjn on a barrel bhind b hind a hole holein h hill ho hoi
in i the canvas of the tent the little littleclown llttleelowfl I IIown
clown amused himself by watching the thestream thetream thetreain
stream of arrivals As far a is he hee could couldwe couMe
we e down the glaringly sunny road roadrising roadTislng roadrising
rising clouds iOUd of dust betokened the ap approach apIrOReh apiroach ¬
proach of a eeinlngly eO nlln ly endless proces procession IK0cet4f1on proe proe4on ¬
sion 4on The whole cn county nty appeared to be befioeking heftneklng j
flocking to the commons Just outside outsideof OtItsi OtItsiof
E of Burnvillt where the annual train training training trainV ¬
V ing In military militarr tactics took place on onmuster oni onmuster
muster days d3 People were coming comingby eommgby comingby i
by the wagonlOAd nearly every 1n horse horearried > rse rsecarried I
carried double and one old nag ambled ambledxip
ii up with Uh a row of boys astride her pa pettipnt jattint I Iti I
ti tint nt back from neck to tail tallIt t1IIt i iIt I
It was a hot afternoon in August and anda
a rank almoK overpowering odor HI HId > t tdogfennel t tdgfenne1 i
dogfennel d fnnet rose from the th dusty dU ly weed 1
I in any way The ole gentleman was wasso wasso wasso
so sick s fk he had to lean his head on her hershoulder hershoulder hershoulder
shoulder all the way and nd she kep kepastrokin kepastrokln kepastrokln
astrokln lila hi white hair with her fine finesoft finesoft
soft flngrs ftnl rs and talkin to him as if ifhed ifhed ifhed
hed ben a child She tried to chirk chirkhim chirkhirn chirkhim
him up by b tellin him theyd soon be beto beto beto
to Boone s home and talkin t kin bout boutwhen bouthen boutwhen
when hen Bootie was a little fetter f Jler tell Jim Jimcouldnt Jimcouldnt Jimcouldnt
couldnt hardly hard I stand it hes that son sotthearted
hearted heartedHe heartedHe heartedHe
He knew kite all the time what a dis disappintment disItPplntment disppintmeflt
appintment was in store when hen they theyshould theyIfflould theyahould
should set eyes on Mrandy and the thecabin theeabin thecabin
cabin and find Boone growed to b > so sorough sorough
rough and common It was as dark when whenthey whenthey I
they got thar Boone hadnt got home homeyit homeyit homeylt
yit and thar want ant a sign of a aUght light lightabout lightabout
about the place So Jim lef the ole olefolks olefolk olefolks
folks setting ttill in the wagon and went wentin wentin wentin
in to break the news to Mrandy Mrandyknowin MrandyInowln Irandyknowln
knowin what ut a hightempered hi htemer d piece pieceshe pleteshe
she is at t times He said she was set settin settin settin
tin on the t doorstep in her bare feet feetand feetand feetand
and dirty ole linseywoolsey dress dressjawin dressin dressjawin
jawin in little William Shed ben benamakin benamakln benamakln
amakln soap p all day and was as dead deadtired deadUrfd deadtired
tired tiredWhen
When Jim tole her what twas t as the thesurprise thesurprite theaurpriae
surprise seemed to strike her all of a aheap aheal aheap
heap Sh S never made a mov JnO 2 to git gitup gitUp gilup
up and nd as soon as she could git her herbreath herbreaU herbreath
breath she begun to splutter like blue bluebiases bluebla bluebIaze
biases bla She said some folks had more morehurdOM morehurdeeis
burdens laid onto their shoulders than thanh thanby j
hy h rights Ii hts was as their share and she sheouldnt sheouldnt I
ouldnt see what made them ole peo peoplf peolc j
pie lc rome trackin out where they the was as
sprang to their feet The little woman womanlooked womanlooked womanlooked
looked wildly Udl around for Jim with such suchan suchan suchau
an au anxious expression that the clown clownlingered cJo clownlingered Il Illingered
lingered a moment regardless of the thetrance thestream thestream
stream of people pouring into the en entrance
trance so near him that the curtain curtainwhich curtainwhich curtainwhich
which screened him from public view viewwas ylewwas viewwas
was nearly torn down He waited un until until until ¬
til he saw a burly goodnatured man manpush manpush manpush
push his way through the crowds and andtransfer andtransfer andtransfer
transfer the heavy he Y baby bab from the wo womans womans womans ¬
mans tired arms to his broad shoulder shoulderThen shoulderThen shoulderThen
Then he turned away with a queer lit little little littie ¬
tle smile on his painted palntedfa palntedfaHes face faceHes faceHes
Hes jest that softhearted he re repeated repeated repeated ¬
peated half under his breath The wo womans womans wemans ¬
mans story had stirred him strangely strangelyIts
Its a pity theres not more like Ji e him himhe himhe I
he continued I guess uess that too few fewJims fewJima
Jima and too many Mrandys is what hat is isthe isthe Isthe I
the matter with ith this dizzy old planet planetWhats planetWhats planetWhats
Whats that yere ere grumbling sn mbling about aboutHumpty aboutHumpty 1
Humpty Dumpty asked the pock pockmarked potkmarked pockmarked ¬
marked Irishman as he came ItJne up with withhis WithhiR withhis
his ninebanded armadillo all ready readYfor readyfor J Jfor
for the performance Then in his most mostprofessional mostprof mostprofeedonal
professional prof nal tones If it is the tooth toothache toothacne toothache ¬
ache yez have now J1 Ill be atther cur curing curin curing ¬
ing in it entoirely wid wan touch of this thisbaste thisba thisbaste
baste ba tE from fromOh fromOh fromOh
Oh get out exclaimed the clown clownputting clownputting clownputting
putting his hand on the tall Irishmans Irishmansshoulder Irishmansshoulder Irishmansshoulder
shoulder and springing lightly down downfrom downfrom downfrom
from the barrel b rrel Im dead sick of all allthis i ithis Ithis
this monkey business If it wasnt 8snt a amatter amatter amatter
matter of bread and butter I wouldnt wouldntlaugh wouldntlaugh wouldntlaugh
laugh again a din in a year yearA
A dull red glowed under und r the paint on
i He Had Been Funny Enough in the Ring But Now Thcy Found Fe und His Jokes Irresistible I
iratnpled 1Tam down around a n < < th tent The Thelittle Thehitie
j little clown was wa half stifled by thedwat thedwatthe the thedstthe duet duett
the t h heat Jte t and the smell and the per perspiration jteriratioft perriratkm ¬
spiration iratioft trickled down his Is grotesquely grotesquelypnnted grotesquelyr otes4tuel otes4tuelpa
pnnted pa r inted face but an occasional impa impatient Impat Impatietit ¬
tient t flapping pin oC o his handkerchief to tol toItar tolar
l Itar ar away th d dust st of a new arrival arrivalas rrtvalits
as all that betrayed his discomfort discomfortHe
He H was M absorbed in the fOnverMtion fOnverMtionIf Hiversiatf n
of If 1 a 3UI 111 IfIe gwtup 1IQ ep p whe M sftaiadf Matedton on a log IORcliievtly Jo Jod logtiTetly
cliievtly d ettly under unt > r his hi neei hole in the thei
L f iivas i were tre patiently JCIt nll waiting for th thr thp i if
p r rfornwince f > 10 rt begin beginMy beginMy
My hT motley cant hold a candle to loIlirirs tot I
heirs t hf rs he 11 thought thou ht with Uh an amused amusedf alnusedlH1t amusedtllUCkP
f liuekle lH1t > k as a he > surveyed thorn critical critically rilkallL ¬
ly ly Judging Ju ing by b the th rut ut of that girls girlscil girrs1M
cil 1M < l silk dross d it was a a part nart of her hergrandmothers bergrandmothrs hergrandmothrs
grandmothrs wedding weddin Artery nr er and she sheJrbRbly shejribabty
1 robably sun the stuff for that sun sunbonnet 8Unlknt sunlk4Uftt
bonnet herself Rut the man mantOMS Moses in inthe Inthe inthe
the bullrushes People back east eastwouldnt e eastI st stouklnt
I ouklnt believe me iie if I told them how howlie howhe 1
he is togged out outtmc tow trousers trou rs broad broadloth broadInt broadloth
loth Int h coat with Uh brass buttons bare barefeet IMlreft bflfret
feet and a coonskin cap on this the theImt thel1nl theInttest
Imt Inttest test of all the hot dog days ever evercreated evernaled everrented
created createdI naled1fekon
I wekon th the > eiyfnnt will m be the big biggpst bi bigpst biggst
gpst sight drawled the man Thats Thatswhat Thatshat TINtswhat
what hat drawed roe h hr r re < > I aint never neveryppn RYfrNn neversrrn
yppn Nn even the picter of an elyfunt and andthey andthey andthey
they say this is the real live article articlefrom arUrtefrom articlefront
from tttlltfr side of f the > world They Theysa i isav Id
sav sa d v It kin eat a cock of hay ha six ix foot footHsrh footheh footi
i Hsrh at o on meal mealHere nipalhere I IIIe
Here the baby by stirred stirr and fretted in intin InI
tin 1 h womans Wffl an arms and she hf wearily
lifted 1 i ft td it to t 0 an n easier position against againstTier aaln againsther t th
Tier h shoulder shouWerI hou houHI
HI I wish Iab Jim would oukl hurry m Un > she shesighed 1 1St shesighed
sighed St hPd wiping Ipin her hot fa face e on n a oar cerr
r tfr t or of hrr 1 is = r hom homf09JUn > s un gown gownHes JOwnHes gown1jos
Hes over yander heir ht1ln > in ole His 1is 1isPotter j I
Potter put ap u her gingerbread rbread stand standanswered standa standanswered
answered a n wred the t girl rl pointing to a large largenk la larget e
t > nk 0 k tree > on the t edjf of th the common tommonI i
I seen seenem em when she first ftrsfn come comendrivm comeridrivin
ndrivm n firlvln up on that big oxsled ox ted with withx witbbarrel
x 1 barrel of cider behind her Law la I Ireckon 1t 7tek041
reckon t kon she haint never mis miss d bein beinon hem hemC
on C I hand to sell her cakes c k krs and cider ciderhere elderhere lderhfrt
here > on muster days nary a t time in inten intII intI9
ten years yearsTaint rt eara earaTalnt > rs rsTatnt
Taint Mis Potter answered the thfoMr thfoOIIIn therider
rider woman OIIIn Shs sit ben laid up with withihetimatix withitimotiz ith 1 jI
ihetimatix I nearly nf > llrly all summer Its ItsRonne itslinp
Ronne ftatcliffes mother and his hi little littleWilliam littleIJiam littlev It
William WilliamYou v IJiam 1111amron IJiamTou
You dont mean it exclaimed the thefciif theilr theirl
fciif ilr irl with ith eager ea interest inte 1 standing up
to t get et a better v TJ viw w Not ole Madam MadamUHteHfft MadamnaltttttP Mtjamitaleliffe
UHteHfft all pap calls 111 her Ive Iv ben benlionhi henI
I 1 lionhi for a sight ht of her ever s sense > nse last lastspring laatIrin
1 spring Irin when w n I heerd shed come out outfrom outrOm I
from fro rOm Maryland ar JancL I used to hear about aboutli
li r 1 afore > Boon married Mrandy It Itwas ItW2 It5S I
was W2 5S Mrandy as told me m about her herShe herShe
She 1 said the ole lady was as so rich ri h and andso ands i
so s 1 stuck un that she II never even ton tied tiedher tkdher tiedher
her own shoe Thor Tht > v had slaves And Andland 4hndTtnd indT
land T l1d and money and everything that thatheart j jthat j
heart could wish Ish and tlt thy y didnt think thinkt t
that t hat Mmndy enu1d was good enough nou h for forthir forI fortwir forViir I
thir only son R The > letters tt they writ writJn writo
r Jn o Boone trying to head him oft made madeMrandy madeIrand madeMrandy
Mrandy Irand so mad that I didnt suppose supposeshed suppolM8h1 supp suppshed
shed ever arit over it itShe iL iLShe itShe
She didnt answered am1lrt > d the th little litt wo wojian wo1ln wolnfl
jian And it was scant welcome they theygot tbe tbeot theygot
got ot when they come The letter they theys theyIIt
s Hlt < iit a month a aforehand never got t her berof herof I
5 1 of course nobody knowed they was wasemln 11 j
pomin > fmln and they want nobody nfbod down downto
to the Ohio river landin to t m met > et t > em emty m mJ f
My J ty Jim he happened to be thaI when whenth whenth
th the y got ofTn the ftatboat flat boat They Tht > y was wascirtadful wasdresdful as astinaUul
cirtadful put out when hen th thf they > y didnt fled flndBoone ftndRuofWl fledflone I
Boone watchfn out tJt for Vm fI11 ens after afterromin An afterflTtlifl r romln
romin flTtlifl all th the < way ay frojn fOJ fm Maryland Marylandcoodmss Marylandod1Ess
coodmss od1Ess knows what ud b bJotne lwcoo > come of ofrm ofm ofem
rm m ef Jim bwdnt dut happened arrost em emThe emTht ensThe
The b beat t h had d g gone ne on down the river riverand riverand rivernd
and nd left ft em Ift settiiT thar on shore sitoreamongst 1MtMfamongst shoreamongst
amongst the bales and boxes boxf > 8 as help helpless Jtep1fSS helpess ¬
less ess as two kittens Jim he h seen n em emasettin emasetUn emasettin
asettin thar and bein a softhearted softheartedchap softJtettrtedhap softheartedchap
chap < knowin suthin was as wrong rong be heup beup beuip
up and an snoke spokeThey snokeThey snokeThey
They was so bewildered like count countof countof j jof
of not ftndln Boone and everything eerythin eerythinin be being being ¬
ing in so difrunt from what they the lotted lottedon
on that they was wellnigh daft The Theolo Theolt Theole
ole man 1an had ben sick ever sense sen they the theyft
1 ft Pittsburg and they Ule was as both plum plumtuckered plumtuckered
tuckered out with ith that long Hat flatboat flatboattrip flatboattrip boat I Itrip
trip Jim Jim he jest histed em into thfwaSOn the thewagon thewagon I
wagon big chest and all and brought broughtCTI
CTI m on to Burnville BurnvilleHe BurnvilleHe
He said twas plain to be > seen n they theyhadnt the thebadnt theyhadnt
hadnt never been bef > n us d to roughin it
neither wanted nor rxpecteuV rxp xpfcted cte She Shehadnt Shehadnt
hadnt no akthly use for that st stMC stnckup stnckupole cku ckuole kup kupoIt
ole Attar Ralcliffe if she was Boones Boonesmother BoonesnlOther Boonesmother
mother Oh she jest talked HP scan scanlous scanIous semenbus
Mrandy didnt even offer to shake shakehands shakeInuuis shakehaud
hands After tt4r shed stared a minut minutshe minut5Ith1 minutshe
she s 5Ith1 M sorter stilt like Well I Ispoe Is Ispooe
spoe s yo you may Jta as well come col e on in inJim inJim InTlin
Jim says ys there t e was tears in the ole oleladys
ladys eyes when she he folhred foth red Mrandy
into the cabin bin but she sb wiped i 1 > tm m away awayreal awa awareal awayreal
real quick and spoke up cheerful to toole toole toole
ole Mr Ir Ratcliflfe RatcliflfeOle RatClitreOle
Ole Mis UatHiftV tried to apologize apologisefer KpotQgifer
fer comb She > said id that their daugh daughter ¬
ter ba bad k in Maryland tried to keep > em emfrem emfrom m mfrom
from it but that Boone Bo < mt > couldnt come cometo cometO otoeto
to them and it had been ten years yearssince yearssince ears earssince
since he had h d left home and they felt feltthey feltthey feltthey
they must see him once onc more before beforethey btforEthey beforethey
they died Jim said it was so pitiful pitifulthe pitifulthe itirul itirultile
the way she he talked that he got ot all allworked aItmrked allworked
worked up upWhy liphy upWhy
Why hy didnt they turn right around aroundand aroundAnd aroundand
and go home h tne the th next day cried the thegirl theirl thegirl
girl irl with flashing eyes Thats ThatsMrand ThatsMrandy
Mrandy Mrand all over again when she be once oncegits oneits oncegits
gits its her temper t mper up but people as rich richas richas
as them dont have to nut up with withnobodys withnobcdys withnobodys
nobodys high and mighty mi hty ways waysThey waysThey aY3 I I
They The ate al e not rich any more was wasthe wastm wasthe
the answer A few fe years yai ago they lost lostall
an they had slaves land MOO nd every everything > ery erything ¬ I
thing and their marrifd daughter dau hter in
Baltimore is takin t kin are cart of > em m She Shewas Shtat Shewas
was at sure l ure they wouldnt find it agree agreeable agreeahle agreeable ¬
able owl here so she provided proi < 1fod the themoney tiKlI1ORty themoney
money for em to come OftK back on but butthe buttlK butthe
the ole man had his pockets IHk t8 picked pickedoomin Jhktf1omin pickedeomin
oomin down on that ftatboat an they the thedont
dont feel as they the could < write back and andask andask andask
ask her for more mo Shes good 00d to > Om emas Omas m
as can be but she hasnt got ot any anvmore anywore anymure
more than t n she needs n s and they hate to toask toask toask
ask for it Thats why the th ole lady is ishere ishere Ishere j
here today takin Mis tI1 Potters place pl placeBoone j
Boone persuaded her to come and tole toleher toleller toteher 1
her if she could make as much as Mis MisPotter MisPotter
Potter always dr d dies es it will m be enough enoughto
to pay JIIIl their way back to Maryland MarylandHe
He helped her get ready I dont know knowwhat knowwhat
what hat he said to Mrandy to make her herstand hertand herstand
stand aside ide and not interfere but she shemade shemade ht
made up the tmtn gingerbread erbread as meek as asJiOtfs asMoses I I
Moses and let Jim roll the barrel of ofider o ofcider
cider out of the stnokehouse without witboutaerd a aword aword I
word erd
Why Thy dent Boone scratch ratch around aroundand aroundand sromdand
and raise ra the money monto somehow put JUt in inthe inth inthe
the th man who had hewed in interested interestedsHence interestede intertedMience
sHence e a H be listened to the story Now Nowhe Nowbt Nowhe
he stopped to bite another ltnot r mouthful mouthfulfrom mouthfulrom mouthfulfrom
from rom a big twist t ist of tobacco he took tookfrom tookfrom tookfrom
from his broadcloth coat pocket pocketPears pocketPears JOketPea
Pears Pea like their only onl son is i the theone theon theone
one on that ought ou t to do fer em and at atleast atleast atleast
least he could make Mrandy shut up upand upand upand I
and treat his parents civil civilBoone civilBoone ivJl ivJlBoone
Boone sniffed the woman Why Whyhes hy I
hes under Mrandys thumb so tight ti tightthat ht htthat
that he dassent das nt sneeze eeze if she dont donttake donttake donttake
take snuff Besides Bet ides hes ben on the thefiat theftat theflat
fiat of his back Ok off and on all summer summerwith sumtnerwith sumutnerwith
with dumb ague Its run into a slow slowfever slowfen slowfever
fever fen r now 110 and it takes every eer picayune picayunethey pkayunetbeyean Pieyiinethey
they tbeyean can scrape raDe together to git his hismedicines hismtdicilWs hismedicines
medicines Then too 00 Mrandy randy sprained sprainedher sprainPdhet sprainemjher
her ankle a month or HO back and andthings andthinls andthings
things have been awful senoe 5e then The Theole Theole Theole
ole man he dont realize he is in the theway thewa theway
way wa hes g so childish and broken down downHe donHe downHe
He jest sorter droops around pinin pininfor pininfor pininfor
for the comforts hes always ben used usedto UBe UBeto ueeto
to in a way W8 that almost a breaks his ole olewifes oleifetf olewifes
wifes ifetf heart She feels it keen Kef enough enoughfor enou enoughfor h hfor
for both of em because he < a she cant bear bearto bearto bearto
to see e him larkin anything be needs needsand needsand needsand
and shed ed rather die than be a bur burden burden lairden ¬
den to anybody anybodyI
I tell Jim Im sorry rr for the whole wholeset wboleae wholeset
set ae and I can see e it isnt the pleasant pleasanteut pletl nt ntat
eat thing for or Mrandy frAnd to give up a aroom aroom aroom
room te them when hen thars only two in inthe inthe inthe
the cabin and her h r ways ays aint their theirways theirays theirways
ways ays and their bein hem thar puts every everything everything everything ¬
thing out of joint but Jim he sides sideswith sidestth skieswith I
with tth the oe people Hes mighty sorry
for em and would ould have put his hand handin handIn i iin
in his own pocket and paid their ex expenses exJfneS expenses
penses long ago back to Maryland ef efhed eChed ofhed
hed aben able Hes Heo ben a great greatcomfort sreateotnfort greatcomfort
comfort to the ole oJ < I lady hes jest that thatsofthearted thalBOfthearted thatsofthearted
softhearted I hope hO shell she II sell out as asfasv asfas asfast
fast fas as Mis Ii Potter always alwa s done doneBefore doneefore donelefore
Before the girl irl could echo no her wish wishthere wi5hthere wishthere
there was a discordant scraping inside insidethe insidethe
the tent nt a sound of the band begin beginning b beglirung glll glllning ¬
ning to tune their instruments jn trum > nts In Instantly IntantlV Instantly
stantly tantlV there was a rush toward the thetent thtttut thetel
tent tel and nd all throe of the little liltl group
the clowns face and nd he ran into the thering
ring in resiMHise r respoj to the signal without withouta ithoutit i
a reply A thundering round of ap
ptause greeted him which bicb broke out outagain outagain outagain
again as he glanced all around with a apurposely apurposeb apurposely
purposely silly leer Then he caught caughtsight Miughtsi caughtsight
sight si ht of Jims honest face ace smiling ex expectantly oxPertantly x xPfttanUy ¬
pectantly on him from one of 01 the front
benches btch it struck hUn hr like a pain painthat painthat paintht II IIbtch
that this man could not look through throl b
his disguise of tawdry circus trappings trappingsunder trappingsand 1 1al1l
and see that a mans heart was as beat
InJ under the th clowns < motley There Therecame Theream Therecame
came am a sudden fiene fler longing lon ing to tear tearoff tearoff tearoff
off his 1 outward character of mounte ¬
bank for a moment and show Jim Jimthe Jimthe Jimthe
the stifled natirc underneath un rnf > 8th nook nookenough noblelnough tiebleenough
enough to recrgniae the t th tender chiv chivalry hi hialT hiv hivairy ¬
airy alT hidden in the rough exterior of the theawkward theaWkward theawkward
awkward backwoodsman and to be beclaimed beclaimro beclaimed
claimed by him as a kindred spirit spiritAs spiritAs spiritAs
As he laughed and danced and sang sangno Sin Sinno sangno
no one dreamed that his thoughts kept keptreverting keptrfn keptreverting
reverting rfn rting to scenes nes that the womans womansstory womansstory meomansstory
story had called up or that a plan planwas planWas planWas
was slowly slowl shaping in his mind where ¬
by b he might ml t serve the homesick old oldgoul oldul oldsoul
soul ul waiting out under the oak tree for forthe forthe
the performance to be done doneXo doneXo doneNo
Xo wonder that people accustomed accustomedto
to seeing eillg old Mrs Ir Potter in it that place placegowned placegowned
in homespun bom un and knitting knlttln a acoarse
coarse IttMSe yarn sock had stopped to stare stareat I
at the newcomer Such uh a type tF of high I
born perfect perf t ladyhood had never nf > ver ap ¬
Pared in their midst before The dress dressthat dressthat dressthat
that she hp were was A a relic of the > old oldAiaoland
Maryland days f tY so was as the lace cap < ap
that rested r tpd like n bit of rare frost frostwork fr frontwork Rt Rtork ¬ I
work ork on her silvery > hair Mrs Potter
knew everybody f > for miles mil around and andwas andwas andwas I
was ready rf > 8d to laugh Ja u hand and joke with tth any anyone anyone
one who slapped at her stand Mrs 1111
Ratcliffe R8tliffeat sat in dignified dini ed silence a I
faint color deepening in her cheek ch k like
the blush of a winter rose It was wamueh < so somuch somuch
much worse than she had anticipated
to have these tb rude strangers staring starin starinat staringat
at her as if she were a part of the thesiw theshow
show siw She breathed a sigh of relief reliefwhen ltef ltefwhen
when hen the music nu began be Kn for it drew the thecrowds thecrowds j I
crowds into the tent as if by mack ma k i 1 i
She and little William
were ere left en I i
tirely tirf y alone aloneHer aloneHr aloneHer
Her white hite head dropped lower and i
lower until presently she wax 3 oblivious obIhiousI I
to all surroundings Little William Williamsitting Williamsitting
sitting on th the > old wood woom oorl sled siem with ith hi his h I Ibttck
back again t the cider barrel barrelgotten was as for forgotten 41 ¬ I
gotten Mrandy randy and the illkept abin abinvanished I
Vanished entirely from rein her memory
She was wa bark in the old Maryland days dayson I
on her b r fathers plantation
hedged hedgedabout bPdgedabout hedgedabout I
about with loving Io inlorethouht forethought a as ten ¬
derly dEIi sheltered as some m delicate white
flower Every path had been made madesmooth I Ismooth I Ismooth
smooth for her b r every wish anticipated anticipatedall l
all her life long until that day when I
they > y had set their faces fa es westward w tard to I
find Boone ne It I was w coining Cnin down dw the
Ohio on HI that long In journey jurey by b ftatboat
that she suddenly sdey woke 10 to the knowl knowledge KW KWedgp cnowledge ¬ i
edge that tht her h husbands husbas illness in bad bd left lef
him a brokendown bkedn old ol man as a weak weakand wek weakand
and irresponsible irrpD as at a child childBut hid laidBut
But mercifully mrciCuly her dreams were back backof bck bcko backof I
of o that time tm They were we back bck with wih
Boone in his gay J young youn manhood manh when whe
he h danced dance miniets with the th governors
daughter and aD entertained enteainf his I college clfe
friends Cntlt8 in lordly 1 rd b style on the th old ol plan ¬
tation tatin Back Bck of that tht time tmt when wh Jan the therestlessness therelessne therestlessness
restlessness of his
relessne hip teens tel8 sent nt him roy ro ¬
big over the Alleghenies Alehnl to the th frontier frontierregardless trntlr trntlrregardle frontierregardless
regardless regardle of their thir Jongcherished IngCfried am ¬
bitions bitons for f r him Back BCk of the th time when
in a sudden sud n mad whim hlm he had married marrieda
a settlers stters pretty petty daughter whom ho he hewas heA hewas
was A ashamed to to take to civilization civilizationwhen elvllizationwhen hmZtin hmZtinhe
when he he thought thu ht of the Baltimore Blmore
belles lIe to whom he had paid pi boyish boyishcourt byi byiur boyishcourt
court < ur He toad 4 not nt stopped 8t to t tu consider coPder
her htr rough h speech and uncouth
ru eh an UAuth man manners manners manners ¬
ners He had been ben a I long JnI time tMe out in
the th wilderness widees he was only 2 o and her
full ful red re lips lp tempted tempe him himIf hintIt
If I the dreams drems could coul only have hve stopped stopp
then that little lite space spce she aloft sft while hie
the circus band nd thrummed and
cirus thrmme ad drum drummed drm drmmed drummed ¬
med inside im ie the te tent tet and an the shadows shadowsof shdows shdowsof
of the th hot August afternoon aftrnOI long Jen Jenthed ¬
thened thed under the still sUI trees tre outside outsidewould otsi outsidewould e ewould
would have been a blessed bleS respite rette But But Butthey
they the repeated the
repete unpleMnt parts prts as aswell aswell
well wel They came tHmf on o down do to the night nightof nightof I
of that unwelcome unweko1 arrival arrival They Theyshowed ThlY ThlYshowe Theyshowed
showed showe her the te days when Boone Bonf Boi lay layprostratod layprostrated
prostrated pr trato with wih a slow 90w malarial malaril fever feverthe fevfr fevfrtbf feverthe
the days when the fierce
tbf fprce heat made him himirag himdrag hhncrag
drag < his pallet plpt desperately dEspertely from frj one onecorner nneCnrner ottocorner
corner to another across afrO the th bare
puncheons trying to find fnd a spot spt where whorehe wherehe wherehe I
he could c uld be comfortable cmfota comfo table lf She could couldsee culd culdsee couldsee
see him lying as ne ne had so often lain lainwith lan lan1th mimiaith
with 1th his face turned tured toward toward the t back backdoor backdoor backdoor
door looking out with wih aching eyes eye on onthe 01 onthe
the tall tl corn cor that filled flle the little lte clear clearing cer cering clearing ¬
ing In his feverish fe erish wanderings he liecomplained hecmplained hecomplained
complained cmplained that it i was crowding crwding up uparound uparound uparound
around the house trying to choke him himAnd hlmAnd himAnd
And there was Wa little ltte William Wiiam little littlenineyearold ltte littlenineyearold I
nineyearold William WUiarn sitting sittng on the thefloor thefoor thefloor
floor foor beside beide him attempting atemptng to flap flapaway napa flapaway
away a wa3o the flies fie with wih a bunch bnch of walnut walnutleaves walnutleaves waflutleaves
leaves There were long Intervals Intervalssometimes Intenalssometmes Intervalssometimes
sometimes sometmes when the heat overpowered overpoweredthe oVEr ered eredthe
the child with wih drowsiness drowsine Then Ten the thewalnut te tewanut thewalnut
walnut branch brnch wavered waverd uncertainly or orstopped o orstopped
stopped in midair midai while whie he leaned leanedagainst leanedagainst beanedagainst
against the table tb leg vith ih ith closed eyes eyesand ee eyesand
and open mouth Sometimes Sometmes Miranda Mirandaslept Mirandaslept Mirna Mirnaslept
slept on the doorstep doortep barefooted brefoote as asusual a asusual
usual with wih a dirty bandage h8 dage around aroun her hersprained hersprine hersprained
sprained sprine ankle ankleIt anldeI ankleIt
It I was the sound of her own sobbing sobbingthat sobbinbthat sobbingthat
that awakened her and an she sat st up with witha
a sudden start realizing relizing that tat she had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been asleep She must have hve slept J a long longtime lng lngtme longtime
time tme In that tat Interval interal of unconscious unconsciousness unnslous unnslousness ¬
ness the tavern keeper keepr from Burnville Burnvillehad Burvie Burviehad Burnvillehad
had erected ereted a a rival stand a few rods rodsaway rds rdsaway rodsaway
away awayShe awayShe awayShe
She saw sw sa with wih dismay i iay his attractive attractivedisplay atrcthe atrcthedisplay attractivedisplay
display of store goods odp Thou The her herface herfact herface
face fact flushed fu he as he began begn to set st out outwhisky outwhisky itt ittwhisky
whisky bottles bottes and an glasses sae Her first firstimpulse fnt fntimpulse firstimpulse
impulse was to gather gthr up her belong belongings beIO belongings ¬
ings and get home as quickly as pee POHsible po posible peesibie
sible In her perplexity perexlt she looked lookedaround lokEd lokEdaround lookedaround
around for little ltte William 11 i m Regarding Regardinga Re arding ardinga
a circus crcus with wih such contempt cntempt herself herselfit heMet
it had never occurred to her that he hewould heould hewould
would ould care carf to see It ItHe I ItHe
He was a timid tmid little lite fellow flow who al always always always ¬
ways hid when company compn came to the thehouse thehouse thehouse
house and he Ill had never nver been n away awayfrom awayfrm awayfrom
from frm home more than a dozen times timesin tme timesin
in his life The crowds frightened him himand himand himand
and he stayed as closely coely as a shadow shadowat shadoat
at his grandfathers gndfathers elbow Ibw until unt the themusic themusic themusic
music began b an Then he forgot fOlot himself himselfIt himselfI
It thrilled him indescribably and be hewatched bewatched bewatched
I thried in rlbabh an
watched with longing eyes as the pee ¬
pie crowded crowde into the tent I It seemeato
to him him that he must mu t certainly go wild wildif wid widif wildif
if he could not follow but they tey had hadsold hadsold hadsold
sold nothing nthing Even if ii they had he hewould bewould hewould
would not have dared dar 1 to ask for enough enoughmoney tRuSh tRuShmnev enoughmousy
money mnev to pay py his admission admisn it seemed seemedsuch seeme seemedsuch
such an enormous eormus sum As A > she began beganto
to nod no In her chair he heb began an to edge edgenearer edgenfartr edgenearer
nearer nfartr the tent He could tld catch Mth new newand newand ncwand
and then th n a word of the clowns jokes jokesami jkes jkesand JokesaDl
and hear the roars ror of laughter la1 hter that thatfollowed thatfolowe thatfollowed
followed followedRegardless folowe followedRegardless
Regardless P ardJs of consequences conequele he threw threwhimself threwIdm threwhlmnelf
himself Idm f on o the th grass gnH and wriggled wriggledaround wrgled wrgledarou1 wriggledaround
around until unti 4ie Ie succeeded succfe in squeezing squeezinghimself Suteing Suteinghim8J squeezinghimself
himself him8J under uner the canvas a 1 a8 There was wasa
a moment m1nt of dissy dizy bewilderment bwihlenent as he hesat hest hesat
sat st up and looked loke around Then some somecold sm smo seinecold
cold o squirming SuinllnJ thing thin touched touchf1 the back backofhis Mckor bekofhis
ofhis or hi neck Hek He gave ga V a smothered cry cryof cryof ry ryof
of terror t rro it i was the th elephants elepant trunk trunkHe trunkHe trunkHe
He He had come J up directly dlreUy under undfr the theanimal Uteanimal timenuimmial
animal from tother tothEr side sdf of the world worldthat worldthat I
that tlt could oul eat a I sixfoot ixfot cock of hay hayat hayat hayat
at one meal mealAs mel mealAs
As A he sat st there shivering and blob blubbering bhtbb blobboring ¬ I
bering b rin afraid Afri to move because Itus he did didnot didnt didnot
not nt know kn which whih end of the tP clumsy clumsymonster Cumsy Cumsyon clumsymonster
monster on ter was ws head hed and which while tall tal he heheard heheard
heard ber a bound lund guffaw ulaw The Th pock pockmarked pk sxk sxkmarked ¬ I
marked markN Irishman who had charge cha p of ofthe ofthe I Ith
the th ninebanded nlnfbaned armadillo armadio had seen sen the thelittle tl thelittle I Iltle
little side show and it doubled him I
ltle sidt sio an ouble up upwith ui uiwith
with He roared and
laughter > slapped slappedhis lapld i ibl
his bl thigh and laughed lauhe again a ain until unt h1 h1was h hewas 1
was a out of breath breth Then he gravely gvply gvplywip1 gravelywiped I Iwiped
wiped wip1 his eyes eye and drew the boy b out outfrom outfrom I
from under the great t animal animal William WilHamclung Williamclung Vliam Vliamrltn
clung rltn to him him sobbing sbbing Then Then the warm warmhearted warmhearted aTm aTmhearte ¬
hearted hearte fellow eJo seeing ein that he was real really realI really ¬
ly I terrified terrif took him around aid aidshowed aT ardshowed r
showed shwed him him all tn t this sights In the de delight deJght dolight ¬
light Jght of that hour home llne grandmother grandmotherand rnlther rnltherand
and the thl world outside outie were ere completely completelyforgotten comptEly completelyforgotten
forgotten forgottenMeanwhile foroten forotene forgottenMeanwhile
Meanwhile e hle Mrs tn Katcliffe Ratcife sat st wonder wonderIng wonderIng wonderIng II
Ing what hat had become boe hoc eeoc of the boy by Peo People Peopl Peopie ¬
pie pl began 1gan to straggle out of the tent tentThere tentThlre tentThere
There was to be another an thr perfomance perfomanceafter lerfomanCP srfomanceafter
after afer dark and ad she sh expected txpte to find findher fnl fnlher timidher I
her customers among amon those th who stayed stayedj staYfd staYfdI stayedfor
j for that The tavern keeper keepr began begancalling bgn bgnealn begancalling
I calling ealn attention atentin to ti his refreshments refreshmentsJin refrehmnt refrehmntin >
Jin in a facetious factlons way that drew an anamused anamused anamused
amused crowd crowt around aroud him Her hopes hopessank hop hopessank
sank as group after aHe group gru passed pssed her herwithout herihut herwithout
without ihut stopping 9 Two young fellows fellowsfrom fellws fellwsfro fellowsfrom
from fro the th village iage who wJ bad hld been ben drink drinkins uirtoking Iik IikI
ins in pushed psed roughly rul ly against a aint her table tableHi tabltHi tableHi
Hi Granny Grann3 = hiccoughed hioughe one of ofthem DCthem ofthem
I them Purty fine doughonuts dughout ole olegirl oleirl olegirl
girl irl He Ip gathered up a plateful pateruJ and andtried andtried
I tried trifl to find his pocket pket with ith unsteady unsteadyfeelinpr unstedy unsteadyfiigers I
flgen fiigers She he stood tol tll tiji with a sikening sikeningfeli sickening sickeningfeeling
feeling feli of helplessiHs hepl J Ad nd looked lookedaround lookP lookedmermaid
around appealingly alnply Just 11M then thn a heavy heavyhand hevy hevyhand heavyhand
hand struck time tht fellow felfw in the tht mouth mouthand muth muthan mouthand
and an jerked jrke him him back bk by his coat oat col collar colJar en enlar ¬
lar The pockmarked Jkmarkpl Irishman Irishmn to towhom tohom towhom
whom hom the bewildered bwiklere little lte William Vii m still stillclung sti stillclung
clung had undertaken underlken to find fnd the boys boysgrandmother bs bsI boysgrandmother
grandmother grndmther for him The childs chids art artless artle artless ¬
I less le story had aroused arous his warmest warmestsympathies warmst warmstsympthis warmestsympathies
sympathies sympthis and an nothing could cold have havegiven haveiven havegiven
given iven him greater breater pleasure peuure than this thisopportunity thisI thisOpportunity
opportunity opprtunit to fight fght for her herThe herThe herThe
I The Irishman Irshmn looked lOK embarrassed embrrasS as asMrs asI asMra
Mrs Irs Ratcliffe Ratclte began bgan to thank him with withtears withtears ith ithten
tears ten in her eyes Eve and hurried hurrie back to tothe tothe tothe
I the the tent tpnt The Th look of distress distre deep deepened dep depne deepened ¬
ened ne on her hr face Everybody EVrby passed passedher psd psdher passedher
her table tabf for the one made popular ppular by bythe b bthe bythe
the loudvoiced IOlooif man who h knew so o well wellhow meelihow el
how h to advertise adWrt8e his Hi wares wa With a astifled astHd astilled
stifled stHd groan rOn she looked lke around on the thegreat th thgret thegreat
great gret pile piP of provfc Jro provishmus imis s she s had hid bought boughtWhat bJlght boughtWhat
What quantities quntUn of good Jo material mattri1 ut utterly ofteriy ¬
terly wasted aste What W t would old Miranda Mirandasay Mirandasay irnda irndai
say sayAs
As she i looked loe around Aroot her in dismay dismayshe di dismayshe na nashe
she saw 5w the th clown coming in toward towar her herstill her herstm herstill
still in il his hi cap rIl and an bells bns He had been beenwatching l1 bentwatching
watching alchin the th scene se from fro a a distance distanceHer dttane dttaneHer distanceHer
Her distress distr was wa pitiful ptCul To be b com cornpolled
ple polled to wai wait on thIs Jesting Un fol fool like likeany I
any ny common barmaid brmi would woul fill fil her hercup
cup of degradation dtration to overflowing OerJin OerJinVhat
What could cohJ she do if he h heaccotmted accosted KCte her hr herfamiliarly
familiarly famiirly as he did di every everyone one else elseHe el elselie
He Hi leaned lent over and took tok off of his hi gro groteaque gr gretesque
teaque teue cap ap Madam he said sid in a alow
tow respectful retut tone to I have no n money moneybut lnn mooneybut
but if you 0 will i kindly kind give me a cake cakeand cakeand
and an a a mug of cider ider you shall shl soon soonhave soonb soonhave
have b ve plenty pnty of customers rlmors customersGreatjy
Greatjy Gretl surprised ur r she M tilled tne him himcup hi f a aup
cup uP wondering ondfrng what ht he t would old do doThere doThere
There Thre was a a rush rU for fo that part prt of the thegrounds tb thegrounds
grounds as a as < the ti hero of th th lime hour ap appeKred apPetered
Petered He had hd been funny fun mimmy 1 enough in inthe Inth 1mmthe
the th rime rin but now no they thy found enog his hi joke jokeirresistible jOk jOkirrciltble JokesIrresistible
irresistible irrciltble Ills lb exaggerated txaggratt prate p praises s of ofall ofal ofall
all al he ate and drank were wcrt laughed laugh at atbt atbut
but bt everybody eer boy followed fokP his hl example exampl exampleMore
More Moe than thal one oe gawky wky boy bought bugh some f
thing for the sake ke of o being made the thesubject ti thesubject
subject subjc of his hil nattering tering witticisms itiims The Thetavern Te Tetvf Thetavern
tavern tvf keeper kepr called clld and fang aang in vain vainAs vainAs ain
As long I as a the th down < on told funny ftnny stories storiesand storiesand to
and praised Mrs Ratcliffes
pri HatdUfet ginger gingerbread gingerbread ¬
bread bred all Mi other allurements a11urfnnU were werepowerless werepowerless ee
powerless pwerle He stayed staye with her Ir until untilthe uni unt untthe
the last 1a t cake eke had been bn bought bught and an the thecider th theelder
cider barrel was
brrtl empty emptyIt empl emplI
It I was a nearly sundown sndown when she shestarted se segCarted shestarted
started home hoe Jim Ji came cme up I toroll to Tol the theempty th thempty theempty
empty barrel brrel on to the th sled tde to place placeher p placeher
her chair against a jns it i and halo ho little littleWilliam lite liteilm littleWilliam
William ilm hitch up the th oxen but when whenshe mehensite en ensh
she sh looked loed around to thank thnk the little littleclown Dltleclown littleclown
clown he had hd disappeared dspr Xo one onecould oe oelould onecould
could tell tel where hre IK had gone goneNever goneNever on
Never in her girlhood gilho rolling roln home hn in inthe Inthe Inthe
the stately family famiy coach rh from fro some SI gay gaysocial gy gyskl gaysocial
social skl conquest cOnlut8 had she he felt so victori victorious v tlri tlriOU8 ¬
ous She jingled the l silk Nlk reticule at t her herside 1r 1rside herside
side with childish chiklih pleasure She could couldhardly cold coldhanl couldhardly
hardly hanl watt ai for theslow the slw oxen t 10 o plod plodthe po plodthe
the two long miles mlls toward to ard home h0e and andwhen andwhen amidwhen
when when they stopped opp in front of thelittle thelittlecabin thlite thliteabin thelittlecabin
cabin she he was trembling tremblng with eager eagerness eagernes eagerness ¬
ness nes Hurrying HurrYins up the patch pth through throughthe thrugh thrughthe
the gathering dusk dusk she sh poured re her hertreasure hertreasre hertreasure
treasure treasre out on o her husbands husbands bed bedLook bd bdLok bedLook
Look Lok she cried crie laying her face fa e on onthe onthe onthe
the pillow piow and and slipping s1ppn an arm around aroundhis arund arundhis aroundhis
his neck We are ar going ging back to Mary Maryland Maryland Iay Iayland ¬
land dear der heart hert She nestled nl her herfaded berfade herfaded
faded fade cheek against his hi with ith a a happy happylittle hppy hppylte happylittle
little lte sob Oh William Tn m we need not notbe notbe notbe
be a burden any longer for were we going geinghome goinghome IQS
home tomorrow tomorrowLater tomorroLter tomorrowLater
Later Lter the full August moon mon swung swungill ung I
iip UJ over the edge ed e of the tht forest It Itflooded I Itflooded
flooded foo ed the little lite clearing fearol with its il white whitelight whitelight
light lght and turned turne the thf dusty du ty road rod in infront infrnt infront I
front frnt of the cabin a bin to a broad brr > r band of ofsilver oriver ofsilver
silver iver A slow steady tramp tra trani of many
foot marching across a < 1 a woodon 0001 bridge bridgf
in the distance fell on theintense the intense still stillness sti stillness ¬
ness ne s of the summer night nightIts night nightIts
Its Is the circus crcus said Sid Boone Boone raising
his head to listen
lsten I reckon theyre theyretravelln theyretrveln theyretravelin
travelln trveln by night on account of the
heat and theyll be pushin on down downto
to t the river riverHis riverHis riverHis
His wife limped lmpd to the door and sat st
down on the step to watch for its itscoming it itscoming
coming cming but his mother hurried hurred out to tothe tothe tothe
the fence and leaned lened across the bars barswaiting br barswaiting
waiting waitingA waitng waitngA
A strange strnge procession procesion of unwieldy un1lld un1lldmonstET j
monsters monstET never before seen in this thispeaceful thi thispeaceful
peaceful paeerul woodland wooland loomed lom up in the
distance huge and black black while whie a astranger j
stranger strngfr procession proession of fantastic fanta t shad shadows shadOVS shadotvs ¬ I
ows stalked grimly grim I by its is side The Thesleepy Thesleep Thesleepy
sleepy keepers kEEJr dozed in their saddles saddlesfiling saddlesfiling I
filing filng by in ghostly ghosty silence iemp save sVc for the tht
Mrs llrs Mary A Geertser 1525 24th 24thStreet 24thStreet Uh UhStreet
Street Ogden Itah ItahHere rtahHere ttahHere
Here are Mrs Irs Qfertsens own ownwords ownwords ownwords
words I deem it i my duty to ten tendor tendcI tender
dor dcI this my testimonial tpstmonlaI as an of offering offering offering ¬
fering of gratitude ratlude as I feel fel that thatunder thatunder thatunder
under God Go Prs Pr Shores ShQr Shores Shoreshave Shoreshap Shoreshave
have been btNl the moans m am of restoring restoringmo r toing toingmf
mo to health heaU and changing changi my life lifefrom lfe lfefrom lifefrom
from one of depression Ijlpression and pain to toone toone toone
one of joy and happiness I suf suffered suffEred suffereel ¬
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fact far had Nervous ervou Debility Dehity in the theworst thewo theworst
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and bladder bad er trouble and it seemed seemedas
as thought I must die until unt I began begana ocgn ocgna
a treatment with ith Drs Shores ShoresShores Shore ShoresShores
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of RSay MayThe The Best Month of All Al the Year to Cure Catarrh Chronic and andPrivate andPrivate andPrivate
Private Ailments AUmentslf If You Have Been Putting Off Your Treat Treatment Treatment Treatment ¬
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the hot weather is upon upn you youome come while hie the season seasn is right and the rate rte is low and be cured cure for halt hal or orwhat orwhat ofwhat
what it may ma cost you later on onMANY onMANY onMANY
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other season of the year yearases cases that usually usuaI require three months m nths treatment often ofen are cured in one month monthNOW monthNOY monthNOW
NOW If I you YOl have Catarrh Asthma Deafness Lung Trouble Hay Fever Catarrh of the Stomach Liver LiverKidneys Lver LverKidnes LiverKidneys
Kidneys Bowels or Pelvic Pelvi Catarrh or any an complications complctons of the above troubles 55 5 a month pays the bill bi for forone forone forone
one whole month monthmelCines monthmedicines medicines included incude includ out IF YOU APPLY APLY THIS MONTH THIS OFFER IS iOUR fOU LAST LASTCHANCE LST LSTI LASTHANE
Aches and Pains Are the Danger DangerSignals DangerSignals DangerSignals
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irreparably cure irrepraby you ou destroyed dsroyed Drs Shores SbrE rni can cancure canou cancure
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any or all of them seek gk Drs Dr Shores Sbor now
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