The Circus Boys in Dixie Land; Or, Winning the Plaudits of the Sunny South

The Circus Boys in Dixie Land; Or, Winning the Plaudits of the Sunny South

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The more he thought and planned the greater his perplexity became. There seemed no way out of it. His only hope now seemed to lie in Mr. Sparling becoming alarmed at his absence, and instituting a search for him. His employer would quickly divine something of the truth after Phil had remained silent for two or three days. Perhaps, even now, the owner of the Great Sparling Combined Shows had sent someone on to learn what had become of his star bareback rider.

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