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THE ARGUS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 24.1895.
A PECULIAR CASE.
PHYSICIANS PUZZLED BY THE EX
PERIENCE OF MRS. BOWEN.
The EpUcopal Hospital Said fete Had
(From the Heeord, Ituladclphia, fa.)
Last July tlie Episcopal hospital admitted
a wro iu whoe pale and emaciated f.ic an'l
rmkiiijf coupb proclaimed her the virtini
cifon-umptioti. filie irare Hit nirae ilri.
SrtUi'! (i. Uowen, wife of Wtn. ti. Unwen,
r-'i I'-nw, IM9 Meihan St. J'hilaiWphia.
Tn wai dia?ncd nnd fhc wa told
pl iinly tiiit sho was in an advanced jtafre
( r-ir'iimiitinn. The examinius i.hysiciun
rv. n kIi "mI hir the suuken place in U'T
li.en-' n lvre tli- crivity in her lunc was hiii
ji I t exit. She went hmne to her fmtiilv
a b.olteri, ilishvarteued woman with 'leaih
sriiiZ li :r in the I'aee. That was the bL'in
niir; of the story, the cnJwas told by Mrs.
11 .wen, 7do lit) longer expects to die, to u le
p.irter who visited her home.
" The lirt symptoms of consumption ennae
in til's form of terrihle sweats, loth ni'lit
a-i i d.i. r'Torn April until SepU'tnljer I
wi crii'istintly cold and kept wrapped op
1.1 li!:i!ikatlhro!ish the hottest weather. A
t -rrible cough took possession of me, my
l.ivat was sore to the slightest tourtli.-atid
my liin'x were like cold clay. The hardest
r iWiin r with the coarsest towel would not
cr at" tiie sIi(;liteH flush, anil the 1 a--t ever
tioii wouM iwtxliaust rue that i cauld barely
pin fir water.
' I ax-it to the hospital !a July and tli; y
ili.inos-d mv case as above stated. It
w,v wh;n the clouds were the darkest
t'iRt 'th first dint of furntiize came. Mr.
'.MM-liner line, a friendj who lives around at
l':H!. I inetitincSt.,snid tome one day, "Mrs.
I! nvi'ii did von ever trv Dr. Williams I'i'iK
i'ii!-. fir Pole People ?" I had never h-.-ard of
th" mlieina but in mv condition could not
t.p n is d.-:if oar to aiivtliin? that nfiVi-cd rc
lief. It was after considerable thought and
i;jvi:ti:ition that I concluded to discontinue
nil the rii'dicine 1 was t-ikinj, ineliidiim
i i 1 liver oil. and denend entirely uiion I'inl:
Pill:). 1 b.-?'in to take the pil!s, at first
with bat little crieourazeme'.it. The fir-t
t,r iinorovement was a warmth a i l
n tiiiilin;; -nation in my limbs. -Finally
(lie eo i'rh disiiiineared. mv chest lost its
ir nr. i and 1 bi-L'all to cain fli-sli until 1
wuj tinrn poiHids heavier. All this I owe to
Jr. V.'iili iiu'-' Pink Pills and 1 cauuot praise
;...,. 1,1. I,i -i,K- "
Mr. Uowdii is n kind'v f.iced lady of
middle n.r, a church ineiiiber well-known
nnd hiil.lv esteemed. She looks to-iluy,
w, 11 n-id strnn-' mid st seems llllllost 1111
i,osilil.' that she was ever tiven up by em-lo-'tst
pbvsieinns ns nn ineiira'ile innstinin
tive. Yet such U the case beyond all dia-
I""". . .
Dr. Williams' Pink PilU fcr Pale Peojoe
contain ail the i-lrmi'tili necessary to five
new li!'.- and richness to the blood and restore
battered nerves. Tnev maybe hid of ull
lrnftjists, or direct from the Hr. Williams'
Medicine Company, Selieneetady, N. Y", for
Cite, per box, or six boxes for Sl'.CO.
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Bow Boy Criminal Are Pnnfc&cd bj
Thrashing In Enslaad.
Boys who are foand guilty of miner
offenses iu England aro Fcntcaccd by the
judges to a sound thru.-liinf- at thcliniids
of the isiliix uiiiu. Hi ro is a doscriptiuu
of it taken from au Engl::-h paiicr:
The birch i.s a verv different iu.stni-
ruent of torture from tho c:it. The for
mer in made up of a uuiiibt-r of loiig
birch twifps, while tho hitter is really a
whip with in tic knotted small cord
lashes When tho cat is r.dniinistcred,
tho jiri.-oa doctor must bo present, but
whoii the birch is put on it is only ncc-
os.sary for tho inspector or rnporiiitend
ent of jiolice to witness it, although the
parents or near rc-lativcs of a boy sen
tenced to be flopped may be present at
the csstipation. When a dose of the cat
is dealt out, none bnt those connected
with the prieou are allowed to be there.
Like the cut the birch may be njado a
very severe pnni.shment or a compara
tively trivial affair, not merely accord
ing to the number of strokes, bnt from
the instruction:) given the constable who
is told oft' to do the lliKKiS- I have
st-en a boy after t-:ix strokes resemble
nothing so mueli as a piece of raw beef
and bleeding fe;irfuly, vhile I have
also seen a boy after six strokes merely
a trillo red.
.Some policemru dread tho duty cf
flogging, iind after tho first two strokes
get a hharp ordr-r to "hit tho boy cud
not play with him." Other constables
delight in the work and lioa:;t of their
ability to draw blood at the first stroke.
Various modes of administering the
punishment obtain in different parts of
the country. In sonio places Ixiys are
placed face downward on a form. One
cotihtahlo holds his arms and head firm
ly, while uuother does him the came
service with his legs, and tho third ad
mini.stcr.i the punishment.
Iu other prisons the culprit is placed
on a cf'i! table's back, and ns ho sit.3
there with his arms around tho officer's
neck, iiv.v.itiiig"thecvent," his attitude
Etrikes a spectator more as ono of affec
tion than (iiieomforf Am it her way is to
compel u liry to lean over a chair as if
ho were playing, then run a i;tr:ip right
around his legs anil tho legs of tho chair,
a constable holding his head and arms
fvom tho other side. Brooklyn Eagle.
Tha OriKin of Itilllnrd.
In a letter dated 1750, which has been
presented to tho Hibliotheipio Natioualo
iu Paris, a highly ingi nions account is
given of tho origin of billiards. Tho
writer declares that billiards were in
vented in England about the middle of
tho sixteenth ceutuay by a pawnbroker
named Dill Kew. This man, it is al
leged, nsed iu his leisure moments to
play on his counter with tho three brass
balls which bo hung up as a sign. For a
cu8 ho hail a yard measure, whence the
term bill yard, or Bill's yard, corrupted
into billiards. This etymology will
hardly satisfy Air. Skeat, but it is at
least curious as showing to what length
the siicculative etymologist is apt to go.
Tho must astonishing thing about it.
however, i:i the fact that it is tho work
of a l-Vtifhtiiati. who might have secu,
at a bianco that billiards is merely a
corruption of his own word "billiard,"
from "bille," a bull, tho termination
"ard" lieing perfectly regular nnd uat
ural in the couipisitioii of a word in
tended todesiguate the table upon which
tho balls are nscib London Telegraph.
With tho character and extent of Cal
ifornia mountain forests most persona
are tolerably familiar, as a largo por
tion of .them can be seen from tho great
interior valleys, tho traveler also get
ting a glimpse or them when crossing
over the Sierra by rail. Cut about the
redwood lands (.itnated far from tho
main lines of travel and difilcult of ap
proach few persons have much accurate
information, and yet tho tree growth
here presents more that is calculated to
intcrct and attract even the unscientific
mind than anything found on tho
mountains, save only the few scattered
groves of tho fceouoia gigautca, our
wonderful "bit; trees." With tho ex
ception of the latter, the average size of
tho redwood, the bcmuuit MMiipeTYirons,
great lv exceeds that of any other class
of tho conifers, the quantity of lumlx-r
they turn out to the acre being without
any parallel elsewhere. Iho total prod
net of Ihe redwood forests of California
amounts to about 35,0000,000 feet per
year. Wood and Iron.
A. Many Laughs as There Arc Vowel.
Laughter has long been recognized as
tho solv propertv of man and as that
divine virtuo of much suffering human
jty which separates it distinctly from
the lower beasts. No scientist bus hith
orto sought, however, to analyze this
peculiar noise of mirth. It has remain
ed for a Brussels investigator to deci
phcr the phi losophy of laughter. ' Thero
are as manv laughs as there are vow
els," he declares. "Persons who lan
ca A laugh openly and frankly. Tho
laugh iu E is appropriate to melancholy
peri-ons. The I is tho habitual laugh i f
naive, slavish, timid or irresolute per
sons. It is also the laugh of blonds.
The O indicates generosity and hardi
hood. Hinu like a pestilence these that
laugh jp lT. It is the tone of misers and
hrpocritcs. " Beware, by all means of
the laugh in U. - It is thus that ono may
"laugh and laugh and be a villain
still. " Exchange.
In tho Same RoaL
Prompted by the fielitiR that it was
his duty, the bishop remonstrated with
ono of his clergy for attending a local
"We!l, your lordship," replied tho
offender, "I really do not see that thero
is any more harm in hunting than in
going to a balk "
"I presume," answered his lordship,
"that yon refer to having seen my nanio
down ainot g thc who attended Lady
ikimerviUo's ball, bnt I assure yon
throughout the wholo evening I was
never once iu the same room as the
"Tbat-.niT lord, is exactly how I
stand I was never m the same Held as
Then tho bishop sat down, and silence
reigned. London Tit-Bits.
Living sconca In Falkland.
Tho most ccrious specimens of vege
table or plant Ufa in existence arc the
to called "living stones" of the Falk
land islands. Thoso islands are among
the most cheerless spots in the world,
being constantly subjected to a strong
polar wind. In such a climate it is im
possible for trees to grow erect, as tney
do in other countries, but nature has
made amciidd by furnishing a supply of
wood in 4hs most curious shape imagi
nable. The visitor to tho Falkland dees scat
tered here atid thero singular shaped
blocks of what appear to bo weather
beaten cud moss covered bowlders in
various sizes. Attempt to turn one of
these "bowlders" over, and you will
meet with a surprise, because the stone
is actually ancliored ny root oi great
strength in fact, yon will find that
u are fooling with one or. the nai
trees. ro other conntrv iu the worm
has snch a peculiar "forest" growth,
and it i3 said to be nest to impossible
to work the odd shaped block into fuel,
because it is pel fcctlv devoid of "grain"
and appears to be nothing bnt a twisted
mass of woody fibers. London L,x
Reaped the Advantage of Heing Dead.
A well known Italian poet hit on a
neat plan for securing tho distinction
that comes from death, without the
pains. lie published a rtriking volume
of lyrics, affixed an unknown name to
it, and in a laudatory preface told of
the bard's wretched life and eariy un
timely taking off. even pointing out for
the benefit of admirers the position of
his tomb in a certain cemetery. The
book hail all the flavor of genius polish
ed in its young promise, and secured a
big sale, 4 deluge of sentimr nial tears
being shed by countless damsels over the
dead singer. And when the deceased un
known ws secure in his posthumo-.is
reputation and had raked in shekels
enongh to make tho publication a good
thing on tho business sido the well
known poet camo out with tho confes
skin that no such young writer had ever
existed. Tho name was a pen name
adopted bv himself. Tho bogus death
was a device he had invented. The sue
cess of his peculiar log rolling caused a
sensation, arousing indignation or
amusement, as it happened, but on the
wholo vastly helping his own selling
powers. Hartford Conrant.
Illrda Shnn Soar Cherries.
" Birds nro said to havo a sweet tooth
ns well as members of tho human fam
ily and can tell a sweet cherry from a
sour cherry better than the average boy
who is supposed to know more alipat
cherries than any other creature. They
certainly let alone tho sour class of
cherries, as tho Moreilos aro usually
termed, when they have rthe chance of
foraging on tho sweeter kinds. For this
rensou tho Morello, or "pie," cherries
tiro much moro popular around cities
where birds and boys are likely to be
troublesome. A point not generally
known is that these trees usually grow
a.1 dwarfs, but make qnito largo trees
when grafted on the Mazzard stock.
They grow dwarf and are very produc
tive when grafted on tho Mahalcb. If
not quite as productive as when grown
on the latter, the fruit is much finer iu
every resiect, and for this reason as well
as from tho fact that they make larger
trees they nro moro popular for tho sit
uations iudicatod. Median's Monthly.
Thero can bo no hopo apparently of
laying new foundations for a rational
theology iu any direction excepting that
of tho flndy of the universe and of hu
manity cs manifestations of the supreme
power, in that spirit of thoroughgoing
intellectual honesty of .which Hnxlov is
truly said to have been au illustrious ex
ample. That wo are mado and intended
to pursuo knowledge is as certain as
that wo are mado and intended to strive
for tho improvement of our e.-tate, and
we cannot tell how far or to what rove'
latious the pursuit may lead us. If revC'
liition is lost to us, manifestation re
mains, end great levelations appear to
be opening on cur view. Agnosticism is
right if it is a counsel of honesty, but
ought nut to bo heard if it is a counsel
of despair. From "(inesscsat tho Rid
dle of Existence," by Professor (Jolu
whs Smith, in North American Review.
Anecdote of Norbary.
It is suid of Lord Norbary that ho
would at any time rather lose a friend
thauaj'iko. On r.no occasion he began
tho sentence of death iu this wise:
"Prisoner at tho bar, you have been
fonud gailry by a jury of your country
men cf tho criino laid to your charge,
and I must say I entirely agree with the
verdict, for I see 'scoundrel' written in
your face. " Here tho prisoner interrupt
ed with. "That's a strong reflection
from yoi:r lordship," whereupon tho
judge, keenly appreciating the joke,
commuted the sentence iuta transporta
tion for seven years. .
tie I'nderatood Woman.
Ethel (( angrily) Why did yon not
come last night, as you premised?
Jack I had good reasons for not
Ethel I don't believe it. What were
JneVWf.ll. -inrt ns I wna nHnnt. fn
nw,,m aa ir.
start Miss Brown dropped in to see
Ethel Yon poor dear! Forgive me.
What a tiresome evening you must have
had. Boston Courier.
White Cap pint- Cp to Date.
"I understand that the citizens gave
Jones six hours to leave town?"
"What was tho trouble?"
"All cf them wcro owing him
money. " Atlanta Constitution.
Faith is a certain image of eternity.
All things are present to it things past
and things to come. Jeremy Taylor.
THROUGH OTHER EYES.
Life at Harvard College From the Eac1k:
Point of View.
The student life of America is emi
nently cn American institution. It has
grown up in an odd compound of nativo
manners and foreign influences, which
form an essentially new product. It is a
good deal more complex in its organiza
tion than anything known on tho Isis or
the Cam. There is more details in it,
and consequently loss breadth of effect.
Tho university organizations aro in- i
numerable. Men are banded together in ,
college clubs for every conceivable pur
pose of study or amusement. Their bond
of union mav be their attempt to talk
Greek with tho accentof modern Attica,
or it may bo only a pareiou for domi
nos, bnt it has all tho notes of institu
tion in its machinery of committee,
president and secretaries. Great variety
of life comes from tho differences iu for
tune among tho students, bnt of lato
years thero has been a laudable attempt
on tho part of the university and college
authorities to introduce a nioro uniform
simplicity. Plain living is tho cry, nnd
with this secured it is behoved the
thinking will take care of itself.
At Harvard some time ago Professor
Palmer tried to discover how far tho liv
ing had departed from the philosophic
standard by asking somo hundreds of
students for a return of their animal ex
penditure. The answers showed that
Harvard at least had nothing to bo
ashamed of. Many of the students, less
than a fourth, spent loss thani:iOa
year; some less than 100. Tho avcrago
probably did not amount to the 200 a
year which tho professor regards as an
eutiiely adequate allowance for both
ease and rcnCemcnt, Yale is loss costly
than Harvard, so these institutions at
least aro not open to tho reproach that
they have introduced tho millionaire in
to American university lile. London
The Duke of York's Baby.
Thoro is a report that tho Duko of
York's baby is deaf and dumb, but ev
erybody will hope that it is not true,
and that the royal suckling will talk and
hear as well as anybody when tho time
comes. If not, tho disability will not be
without its alleviations. Only a few cf
his line havo said anything good or
heard anything good cf themselves in
six generations. One of his succession
earned this epitaph, which hp may de
servo whether ho talks or not:
Hi Tn lies Prince Fred,
V.h:i nai nlivc nnd dead.
IL-.d it Ihx n hi father
I t:i 1 inuiJi rather.
Had it In u his brother
rWtnt'r than tho other.
Had it been hU sisu-r
Tin-re's uo one ould have missed her.
H:td it tieeii bid whole generation
All tho ln ttcr for the nation.
lint a-i it's only Fred,
Who was ulivu and i dead.
There is nolhiUK to bo said.
New York Tribune.
Tnr? Knew feacn utner.
"It's a w inder to me," said tho dear
old lady from tho country as she stood
waiting on tiro crossing, "that them
electric cars don't run off' tho track
"They do, ma'am," said the small
boy at her elbow, who saw his oppor
"Mercy mo, child, and how do the
people keep from being run over?"
"They don't, ma'am. When ono o'
them cars goes gee whiz off tho track,
there ain't time fur anybody to get ont
of the way.
"La, sakes, child! Let mo get up on
them steps. Now, aro you telling mo
tho truth V"
b hopo to die, ma am! Bnt yon
ain't iaiy safer on them steps than in
tho streets. When they take a notion.
them cars can jest climb any steps in
this town. Honest Injun, ma'am !
The old lady turned and looked at tho
box. fc-he saw a frank face, on the sur
face of which a few freckles floated,
mild blue eyes filled with innocence and
just a twinkle of mischief.
But sho had r-een boys before and
knew tho trade mark. Before sho had
time to apply her clnbbed umbrella tho
urchin was gyrating down tho street.
He had seen that expression ou a wom
an's face before, and lie, too, knew tho
trademark. Ch icago Times-Herald.
Chased by m Lion.
Ono of the post rider's horses fell sick
and died on tho road, so ho loft it and
walked on. After somo time ho became
aware that ho was being followed by a
lion, which stopped when he stopped
and went on when he went on, always
keeping about tho same distance behind
him. Evidently it meant to wait till
night to Fpriu upon . him. Ho knew
that a few miles ahead was a deep drift
in a river, and ou tho opposite bank
higher cp was a farm. Ho went down
tho drift, put a largo ant heap between
himself and the lion, hastily stuck his
stick in the ground and hung his hat on
it so that it should just show above the
top of tho ant heap, and then, still keep
ing tho mound between himself and tho
lion, rnshed down into the water whero
the bank concealed him. Then ho hur
ried up stream till he got to tho farm.
Next day the ground round the ant heap
was found torn up in all directions, and
the Lat had been reduced to a pulp.
i National Review. -
Privations of a Prima Donna.
Pity, the privations cf the prima
donna ! Ecre is a story cf Mine. Patti :
i ' wmii sue returned irom ner uauy
drive, she was exceedingly
asked M. Nicolini to have procured for
her a glass of water. Nicolini was hor
rified. "What," he shrieked, "ma
mignonne, you know that yon are go
ing to sing tomorrow night, and the
water will chill your-blood. Oh, no! I
forbid water. " "Then give me a taste
of wine." pleaded the thirsty Patti.
"Wine!" roared Nicolini. "Ma mi-
gnouue, you are going to sing tomorrow
night, and you know that wine will '
heat your blood. No; I cannot permit I
wine." "Please, cannot I have somer J
thing wet?" pleaded Patti, with parch-!
ed lips. Nicolini pondered long and
deeply. nd at length. with his own
hands carefully prepared for tho great
singer a 6oothing draft of magnesia.
There aro many varying ideas of ;
what gratitude is and in what way it
should find expression. It is reported
that a soldier in the civil war it mat
ters not whether ho was of the north or
the south meeting his former com
mander, expressed gratitndo to him.
"Don't you know me?" he asked
"No, my friend, said tho lornier
"Whv, sir, yon once saved my life!"
exclaimed the other.
"Ah, how was that?"
"Why, sir, I served under yon at tho
battlo of , and when you ran away
in the beginning of tho fight I ran after
yon, else l mi g tit nave neeiiKiiien. i vo
always thought of you as my preserver
my benefactor bless you !" Youth's
The Echoes of an Eagle'. Neat.
Tho most wonderful echo in tho
known world is that heard from the
Eagle's Nest iu tho lake regions of Ire
land. Tho rock known as "Eagle's
Nest" is the most prominent peak to bo
found amoug the heights that surround
tho Killaruey lakes. Its apex is 1,350
feet above the surface of tho water, and
tho extraordinary echo is heard to tho
best advantage from a spot 100 feet to
tho west from un opening calM tho
Devil's Month. At that point the effect
of tho re-echoed sounds is absolutely
startling, tho slightest whisper being re
peated as often as 1,000 times. Tho re
bound is always clear and distinct and
appears to come from the crags, cliffs
and jieaks which surround the experi
menter on all sides. St. Louis Repub
Dont Carry Out the LOocU
"Very few women aro .altogether con
sistent iu their tailor rigs, remarked
a masculine critic, "They aro very apt
to commit somo littlo solecism in their
dress that quite spoils the general effect.
"I saw a funny sight today that was
a case in point. A pretty girl nxle past
mo on a very handsome horse. Hio wore
a skirt and shirt and looked very nice,
I thought, until her horse broko into a
"Then suddenly np rose two excres
cences on either side of her, which bob
bed about in tho most ridiculous man
ner. They wcro the big h'g o muttou
sleeves of her shirt very pretty and
becoming in their place, but utterly ab
surd for riding. Tho effect as sho gal
loped off ahead of mo was indescribably
Gentlemen and Cats Objectionable.
The following shows how the new
woman is getting on. Not only have
men lost their attractions for her, but
mice, it would seem, have lost their
"Required, furnished apartments for
nine ladies. Accommodation for bicy
cles, (icntlcmcn and cats objected to.
Write B. O."
So far as tho men are concerned, how
ever, this strikes me as a little previous.
Would it not havo been better to wait
and see whether any living man wonld
dare to trust himself under tho same
roof withuiuo bicycling females? I feed
confident that these vestals may disiuks
their fears. London Truth.
A Trick of the Huntsman.
During a visit to Montana a promi
nent Chicago gentleman went with a
party just starting for a grand "hunt
for big game in tho Yellowstone re
gion." Ho remarked to tho leader,
"You cannot hunt in Yellowstono
nark." "Oh. no." said tho leader. "We
go outside the limits of tho park, and if
the game won t come to nso we Know
how to manage to mako it come." Such
excursions are not uuconniiou, and it
will not be strange if hungry Indians
should occasionally imitate their white
brethren. Chicago Inter Ocean,
v Too Dense For Him.
Stago Villain Aha ! The plot thick
ens. Disgahted Auditor Then I'm off!
Can't mako head or tail of it now, and
I'll never see through it if it gets any
thicker. London Tit-Bits.
Thla Explains It at Laat.
A greater number of men than of wo
men become stout lato in life. No satis
factory explanation is offered of this
fact unices it bo that the women are
kept thin worrying about tho men.
I aacute. Lcndt. Ne. charm
To beauty when it discloses a pretty
set of teeth. Whiteness, when na
ture has supplied this element of
loveliness, may be retained through
life bv using- the fragrant Sozodont.
Are like Fire.
To keep your Nerves steady,
Your Head clear.
Build up your Strength,
K!iat'ieii your Appetite,
You must have
Pure Rich Blood
The Best Medicine to Vitalize
and Enrich the Blood, is
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Prominently in the Public Ere.
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3 -Minute biscuits.
Biscuits to be biscuits that will tempt the appetite,
must be light and flaky. They must be baked
quickly. Think of baking biscuits lor breakfast in
three minutes! Yet this Is a daily occurrence with
users of the . ; :
This Range is a perfect cooking apparatus. What
more need be said of it? It is made of steel and
malleable iron. It is not like any other cooking
apparatus you can buy.
The MAJESTIC Is unique.
It is far-and-away the best.
We sell it.
H. SIEMON Sc. SON, Atrents.
1515 Second Avenue, ... ROCK 1SHNP. ILL.
Favorite Gas Stoves,
Ohi6 Ice Cream Freezers,
The Prince Lawn Mower.
All of the above are
If you are interested
Prices never were
Corner Third Ave. and Twentieth St.
Ton ice tbcm everywhere.
Model 40 Columbia
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the best of makes.
call and see them.
Rock Island, 111.
Bicycle beauty comes
from graceful lines and
fine finish, in which points
Columbia bicycles excel.
But there is more than
mere looks to recommend
a Columbia. Back of the
handsome design and elegant
finish is a sterling quality
that over the roughest
road and the longest
journey will carry the
rider with safety and satis
faction. Buy a
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