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YOUNG AT FIFTY. I
HOW A METHODIST MINISTER
CARRIES HIS YEARS.
From tho Times, Oswego, N. T.
Probably no mtin Is better known or
more highly respected In Oswego, N. Y
than tho Hov. William Young, of the
Methodist chinch. Mr. Young holds n
responsible position with the Oswego
City Savings Hank, where he has been
on employe for the ptist twenty years.
In the spring of 1S14 Mr. Young
looked as if his time on earth was lim
ited but, Instead of falling as was pre
dicted, he soon gained a more healthy
look and appeared stronger. As tho
months went by this Improvement con
tinued, until now he is as rugged and
apparently as healthy as a young man
of thirty, although his gray locks de
note a more advanced nge. A Times
reporter, determined to find out what
had made this great change, called
upon Mr. Young at the bank and put
the question direct and received the
"In truth I am a changed man, and I
owe my present good health to Dr. Wil
liams' Pink rills. In the spring of
1S94 I was all run down and had com
menced to think that my time had
come. I had to be prescribed for by
physicians, and although I received
temporary relief, the same old trouble
came back again and I was worse than
before. I had no strength or appetite,
and physically I was In a mlscrablo
condition. After my work I would go
home, but the general lassitude which
hung over me left mc without any am
bition, and when I would go to the table
to eat, my appetite failed me and I
would have to leave without taking
hardly any nourishment. My kidneys
were also badly affected, and I was in
utter despair. One day, litre at the
bank, I happened to pick up one of tho
local papers, and my eye fell on the ad
vertisement of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.
The advertisement gave a description
of a man who, afflicted as I then was,
had been cured by using Dr. Williams'
rink Pills I was not a believer In that
kind of doctoring, but concluded as a
last resort to try a box of tho pills, mak
ing up my mind that If they did not
help me I certainly would not be In
jured any. Going to a drug store I pur
chased a box of Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills and commenced taking them ac
cording to directions. Very soon aft r
I began to feel better and I saw I had
made no mistake in trying the pills, and
before the first box was emptied I felt
so much Improved that I Immediately
purchased another. I had taken seven
boxes of tho pills, and at the end of last
summer I felt I was entirely cured and
discontinued their use, but always keep
a box handy If occasion requires. I
am now entirely cured. The lassitude
has left me, my kidneys are all right
and my appetite well, you should sec
me at the table. I am a new man
again, and Instead of feeling like a man
of fifty, which Is my age. I feel like a
youngster of twenty, and I give Pink
Pills the full credit for this great
change. I have recommended these pills
to several of my neighbors and ac
quaintances, who have been relieved of
(Signed) WILLIAM YOUNG.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 25th day or May, 1895.
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills contain all
the elements necessary to give new life
and richness to the blood and restore
shattered nerves. They are for sale by
all druggists, or be had by mall from
Dr. Williams' Medicine Company,
Schenectady, N, Y., for BO cents per box,
or six boxes for $2.50.
Whenever you make a mistake, make it
teach you sometblog.
Among the curious Inventions Issued
last week as reported by Messrs. Suet.
&Ca, Patent Solicltors.'Omahn, Neb.,
is found u pneumatic tiro within the
tread of which the inventor has placed
a pocket which is filled with a self
healing composition which as soon as
the tiro is punctured oozes out and au
tomatically repairs and seals tho punc
ture. Another noticeable device is
that of a Frenchman who gets a patent
for a thill or shaft composed of a series
of compressed paper layers between
which is-fixed a lloxible steel plate. A
unique puzzle lias been patented to a
New Jersey inventor, which compribes
a series of transparent pictures of nota
ble persons which can all be placed in
one frame and held up to the light,
when a curious composite picture is the
result. A Michigan man obtained a
patent for a composition for destroying
Among the Nebraska inventors who
secured patents were tho following:
Emil It. Draver. Alliance, Nek, grain
scouring machine and a sifter or chop
grader; George R. McCoy, Osceola",
Neb., combined suspenders and shoul
der braces; and Henry Obermeyer, Be
atrice, Neb., churn.
Anj information relating to the law
and sale of patents may be had free
upon uddressing Sues & Co., Patent So
licitors, Bee Building, Omaha, Neb.
i, 'Ilio toe-ret of pro ongiug lifo is not to
Hummer I'.xrursloiia Via. the Wuliaali It. It.
( St. Louis Juno 13th to IStli.
BALK St. Louis July 2 'd.
PARK ' Wushimston July ,d to Cth.
(Bufia'o July Sth and Itu.
Now on tit o. Hummer Tourist Tkkets to
all summer resorts giod returning until
Oct. lst. Tlios. Cook & Sou's trivial
tours of Kuropo. For rntes itinerles, nal.
iagof Steamers and Jul information re
garding summer vacation tours via. rail or
vntercallnt the Watabh Ticket OJIice, No
141f Knrnam St., (1'axton Hotel Blocki. or
write (J. N. Clayton, N. W. J. A., Omaha,
y ii a policeman woes not preserve orer
-.f... ..... !.. - f 1 l
A Hummer Itenurt Hook Free
Write to C S. Crane, general passen
ger and ticket ngent Wabash llailroad,
St. Louis, Mo., for a summer report
look, telling all about the beautiful
lake region reached by tho Wabash
Many a man is very liberal In lining
wli'skey who docn not ray for the meat
&nd bread his children eat.
A cultivated devil has the chariest
The June Atlantic begius with an
other installment of the letters of
Dante Gabriel Hosetti, edited by George
liirbeclc 1H1L This installment con
tains tho letters for 18.15. Striking fea
tures in this issue are an article upon
The Politician and the Public School,
by Mr. O. L. Jones, superintendent of
schools, Cleveland, Ohio, and Restric
Wlon of Immigration, by IVosidrnt
Francis A. Walker, The book reviews
include a review of John T. Mort-e's
I'ife and Letters of Oliver Wendell
Holmes and reviews of recent publica
tions in historv and art. Poems and
the usual departments complete tho
DAIRY AND POULTRY;
INTERESTING CHAPTERS FOR
OUR RURAL READERS.
low Successful Farmers Opernta TliU
Drpnrtment of the Fsriu A Few
Hints nil to the Care of 1.1 vo Stock and
ON. Jonathan P.
Dollivcr, of Iowa,
delivered a ringing
address in behalf
of tho filled cheese
bill In the houso of
r e p r e sentatives.
Below nro EOino ex
tracts from it:
I support the bill
because It offers an
protection against tho adulteration of
tho people's food. In tho process of
taxation it identifies a fraud and es
cortB a notorious swindle into the light
of day. you have read the pre
cept of Scripture which exhorts
you to take no thought of what yc shall
eat or what yo shall drink or where
withal ye shall bo clothed. That Scrip
ture will need a now interpretation un
less wo can in some way manage to
rescue the food and drink and clothing
of the people of tho United States from
the hands of tho counterfeiters. As
tho case now stands, neither tho clothes
on our backs nor tho food on our tables
nor tho common vcapons for fighting
thirst between meal3 havo escaped sus
picion. In this carnival of deceit the
rich and tho poor alike suffer. I under
take to say that this world In which wo
live will not go on permanently under
a system like that. It will not go on
forever buying coffee gratnB delicately
molded out of blue mud. It will not go
on buying tea that has been generously
commingled with tho dried leaves of
tho forest. It will not go on drinking
wlno that has been manufactured In a
cellar without tho Intervention of
grapes, nor those other and more pene
trating beverages that havo entered
Into partnership with such a fatal as
sortment of exploslvo chemicals as to
greatly facilitate the descent of our
fellow-citizens, as tho old negro preach
er expressed It, down tho lubricated
steeps to tho opaque profundity of dam
nation. I do not say that all the manufac
turers in the present stage of the In
dustry are guilty of fraud. 1 will not
even go so far as to say that all the
wholesalers habitually perpetrate a
fraud. But I do say that the evidence
is sufficient to show that the business
Itself is a fraud, and for one I am here
for the purpose of looking a little to the
rights of the man who orders "Iowa
full cream cheese" and is furnished by
tho wholesale dealer with a spurious
and inferior article. I am here looking
to the rights of the citizens of this
country who go Into a store for the pur
pose of buying cheese and take home
with them an objectionable admixture
of skimmed milk and soap grease. I
am speaking here for tho victims of the
American boarding-house system who
eat cheese for the purposo of promoting
tho digestion of pic, and then have to
take another pie in order to secure the
digestion of tho cheese. The American
dairymen understand this question
thoroughly. Every profound student of
human affairs teaches us that agricul
ture is the basis of civilization itself,
and that no possible prosperity can ex
ist in this world tinder conditions that
do not yield to the cultivators of the
soil a fair return. So thnt if a new
business, begotten in tho laboratory of
the chemist, by false pretenses, threat
ens to narrow the opportunities of the
American farm by occupying its mar
ket place at home or by destroying Its
reputation abroad, as my friend from
Minnesota indicated, and the law comes
In and levies a tax on that new busi
ness, it does not ularm mo that the tax
may operate In some measure, at least,
to promote the welfare of the most
ancient and honorable occupation of
tho human race.
One-half tho American people live
on the farm; and nearly all the rest of
them that are worth mentioning were
born there. The general welfare, to
provide for which our institutions were
established, requires that tho food-producing
millions should be secure in
their pursuits; nor should any adroit
imposition, however backed by money,
bo allowed to take from the farm any
portion of Its legitimate earnings. Give
tho American cow a fair chance. She
has been the faithful servant of man.
Sho landed with our ancestors at Ply
mouth Rock; and, tied behind tho old
weather-beaten emigrant wagon, she
has marched, with tho household goods
of the pioneers who havo taken posses
sion of this country, from ocean to
ocean. Sho has increased and multi
plied and replenished tho earth, until
today the industries which she has
made possible contribute annually to
the wealth of the world more money
than the great combinations of modern
capital more than Iron and steel, more
than lumber and coal, more than cot
ton and wheat, more than all tho looms
of New England, more than all tho mys
terious riches of gold and of silver.
I notice in tho Farmers' Review some
Inquiry as to the value of Black Lang
shans, and conclude to give my views
of them, I have been raising them for
eleven years, and for the last seven
years have not kept any other breed.
They are all-round good fowls, being
of good size and hardy, and most excel
lent winter layers. They make good
mothers, and are quick to mature.
Their flesh is nicely marbled, and hence
they make a good table fowl. For tho
month of December I sold from a Hock
of eighty hens fifty-four dozen of eggs,
and did not keep account of the eggs
UEed in a family of nine. For the month
of January I sold sixty-two dozen. As
tho two months nnmnd nro not very
good months for egg production, I think
tho record a good one. .
Mrs. Jennlo Roberts.
Johnson County, Nebraska.
(.'OltlllCtltlTO 1 ,11 Till p.
I seo you asking for tho egg records,
and as I havo not sent you a letter for
a long tlmo I thought I would send you
a few lines now. I do not know your
object in asking for theso records,
whether to compare thl9 year with last
or to seo whnt wo nro doing thl3 sea
son. At any rate, I will give you the
strnlght of it as it is with me. My
hen parkB nro fifty feet square, that Ib,
fifty feet each way. Each park contains
a cockerel and six or eight pullets. I
havo always stuck up for tho Leghorns
and Hnmburgs, still, I must say that
this spring my "White "Wyandottcs havo
hept in tho lead, at least until they
wanted to sit. Yet thoro may be a
reason for them doing so well, for my
Wyandottcs nro all pullets, whllo my
Leghorns and Hnmburgs aro mostly
old hens. I keep tho old hena because
I think they give better and stronger
chicks, even it thoy do not lay so many
eggs. I had to use pullets in my Wy
andotto pens, ao I had no old Vyan?
dottee. I have averaged In these, pens
four or five eggs a day, and that, too,
all the spring. For nbout two -weeks
straight every pullet of my "Wyandotles
laid six eggs for eight hens. My Brown
Loghorns did about the same. My Ham
burgs nro a little behind, laying, about
50 per cent of a possiblo hundred, tl)nt
is, three or four eggB for a pen of six
hotiB. For some reason unknown,
poultry nro not laying so well this sen
son no for some years back. This is
truo of other poultry as well aB of
chickens. Also the now chicks arc not
showing up very fast. What are
hatched out seem very strong nnJ
healthy. Tho old hens are not so In
clined to sit as formerly. Perhaps they
havo been reading Foster's weather
reports, and are putting oft business
for settled weather. But there is plenty
of tlmo yet, especially with the small
breeds. I raised my best chicks last
year in June, and soino were even
hatched in September. They wero
hachted in nn Incubator, and nro now
laying Just as well aB the chlcka
hatched earlier. The best laying my
birds ever did for mc was threo years
ago. Six pullets In April of thnt year
gave mo 152 eggs, and then one of the
pullets was out seven days.
H. C. Hunt.
Tazewell County, Illinois.
Disinfecting Turkey Quarters.
The Bureau of Animal Industry has
been investigating "black-head" in tur
keys. Incidentally It glveB tho follow
ing Instructions as to disinfection:
From our present knowledge of tho
transmission of this disease it is sug
gested that farmers nnd poultry raisers
who havo recently had this disease In
their flocks should dispose of their old
turkeys and start by hatching turkey
eggs under hens or with turkeyB ob
tained from non-Infected districts,
preferably from the south, qb this dis
ease Is not known to exist there. As a
precautionary measure, tho turkey
roosts, especially tho accumulated
droppings, should be disinfected early
In the spring before the young turkeys
are hatched or old ones introduced. The
liberal uso of slacked lime in the yards
most frequently occupied by the dis
eased turkeys is recommended. A ser
viceable disinfectant for buildings nnd
places containing the feces of diseased
turkeys is the following:
Crude carbolic acId....one-hnlt gallon
Crude sulphuric ncid... one-half gallon
These two substances should be
mixed In tubs or glass vessels. The
sulphuric acid is very slowly added to
tho carbolic acid. During tho mixing
a large amount of heat is developed.
Tho disinfecting power of tho mixture
is heightened if the amount of heat is
kept down by placing the tub or glass
demijohn containing the carbolic acid
in cold water while the sulphuric acid
is being added. Tho resulting mixture
is added to water in the ratio of 1 to
20. Ono gallon of mixed acids will
thus furnish twenty gallons of a strong
disinfecting solution, having a slightly
milky appearance. It Is quite corro
sive, and caro should be taken to pro
tect the eyes from accidental splashing.
Stock raising is not a business that
can be engaged In without experience
as all those who have ventured can
testify to. It requires time to grade
up a herd to a high standard, such as
every ambitious breeder should
aspire to. But even if it does re
quire time, that should notj, be a
stumbling block. It is far betUe'r to
take a little more time and htfve u
high grade than economize time and
raise Inferior stock. The tlmo has
gone by when' scrub production is
tolerated; every progressive farmer
has his eyes opened to tho advantage
of thoroughbreds, and those who get
out of tho old rust first will be bene
fited. Where one is able to invest suf
ficient capital to secure superior ani
mals at the start there will be a saving
of time and profit will come in sooner,
but ordinary stock can only be im
proved by allowing a sufficient period
of tlmo for so doing.
Moreover, stock breeding Is not
much more than in its infancy, and
an opening on the ground floor yet
remains. Among Llvo Stock.
lirovru fCacliorn V.cu Iterortl.
The following ia my record for
March. The report is of the egga laid
by nineteen Brown Leghorn hens. To
tal egga received 407, an average of
about twenty-one and a half eggs per
hen. My chickens keep in good health,
and eggs are hatching well,
E. Scott Hatch.
Rock County, Wisconsin.
Tho soberest one Well, let's have
Just one more, and then we'll both go
homo tm.o .- mi. - -
both, don't y' sbee'-Detrolt News.
THE LONDON SEWERHUNTER.
He Flmtt ItlnmoiiilK nnd Money t VerV
Before commencing operations cnh
man in a gang provides hlmeolf with n
buU's-oyo lantern, a canvas apron nnd
n pole somo seven or eight feet In
length, having nn Iron atlaohmont at
ono end, Bomcwhat In tho shape of a
hoe, saya Pearson's Weekly. For
groator convonlcnce tho lantern Is In
variably fixed to the right shoulder, so
that when walking tho light Is thrown
ahead, and when stopping Its rays
slilno directly to tholr foet. Thus ac
coutred, they walk slowly along
through tho mud, reeling with their
naked foot for anything unusual, at
tho same tlmo raking tho accumulation
from tho walls nnd picking from tho
crevices nny nrttelo they see. Nothing
is allowed to cscapo them, no matter
what Its worth, provided it Is not ab
solutely valueless. Old Iron, pieces of
rope, bones, current coin of tho realm
and articles of pinto nnd Jewelry nil
Is good fish which coinos to tho hunt
or's net. With "llns" in tho wny of
coins, of course, tho "humble penny"
predominates. Sixpences and shillings,
howqver, otton Increase tho vnluo of
their qollectlon nnd at rare Intervals
too rnro to ploaso tho hunter halt
sovereigns are discovered. Like tho
flics In nmbor, the mystery Is how they
Among other artless of Intrinsic
worth silver spoons nro most often
found, although shirt studs, diamond
rings, silver drinking vchvIb and many
other quite out of place articles swell
tho list from tlmo to time. Lucky finds,
such as those above mentioned, do not
deter the sewer man from keeping a
keen lookout for loss vnluablo articles
as they Mont by. His sharp eye, from
long practice, Is capablo of Judging tho
worth of tho floating refuse before It
would bo even discernible to the or
dinary observer, Milo nfter mile docs
tho sower hunter traverse underground,
until a tolerably heavy bftg Is a result
of his labor. Night nnd day is all one
to the man. Some gnngs enter tho
sowers at night nnd work on until
morning, while others carry out tho
search only durjng the daytime. RatB
abound everywhere, somo of them be
ing of enormous size, Inrge enough to
frighten any beginner at the game. The
experienced hunter, howover, takes no
notice of them and the rats are only
too pleased to sneak away In the darkness.
llr-cnit Alike, but Knileil Differently.
The tragedy of the sea that has Just
occurred between Singapore and tho
Carolines seems to surpass In horror
the fnmous butchery of the "Flowery
Land." Tho Maria II. had an Eng
lish captain and a Chinese crew, and the
crew mutinied under the leadership of
the boatswain. They murdered tho
captain, the mate and a negro pas
senger, tied the bodies of the two
officers to an anchor and threw It over
board, nnd thon made prisoners of the
captain's wife nnd child. Next they
fought among hcmsplvns, like the mu
tineers of tho Bounty, and three more
wero sent after tho captain and tho
mate. The survivors steamed n course
to the Pelew islands, hoping, no doubt,
to And a new Pltcalm. But they were
overhauled by a Spanish cruiser on the
way and taken to Manila, where they
now lie In Jail. What would have hap
pened but for that Spanish cruiser?
The Bounty men went at it with drink
and tho knife, until theso and other
mischances thinned their numbers
down to one. Ho turned pious and
founded the most perfect Christian
community on all tho broad earth. To
this day It flourishes In primitive pur
ity of faith, morals and manners, on a
speck of rock, and few crews that pass
that way can resist tho temptation to
land and say their prayers. London
WHEELING WIT AND WISDOM.
Coast defenses brakes.
Look out for your digestive organs,
which means ride aB much as you can
within reason. When a man's stomach
goes, he is very likely to follow It.
The horso that uses tho city streets
costs the public 100 times as much In
wear and tear of pavements as the bicy
cle. There Is, therefore, less reason for
taxing tho lattor than the former.
GRAINS OF COLD.
The truest end of life Is to know that
life never ends. v
A good character la In nil cases Iho
fruit of personal exertion.
Doing good Is the only certnlnly hap
py action of a man's life.
There's nothing ugrees worse than a
proud mind and beggar's puree.
It Is not easy to straighten in tho
o.jk tho crook that grow In tho sapling.
The prayer of the grateful man will
pleaso Gol, whether It pleases anybody
elso or not.
GEMS OF KNOWLEDGE.
A barrel of rice weighs COO pounds.
First Atlantic cable operated. 1S5S.
The first steel pen waa made m 1830.
Slow rivers flow seven mllfts au hour.
Light movea 187,000 miles per sec
ond. The first Inciter match was made in
A storm jnovos thlr'y-slx miles per
First musical notes use 1, 133S; print
Battles of Bunker Hill and Lexing
National banks first oaiabltehed In
United States, 1810.
Experiments have shown that soft
inuuu uiiuci prxsure uweomes consul'
bly harder than ban, wood uudtr
wood under pressure becomes conshl
Diphtheria Antitoxin In Newnrk.
At a recent meeting of tho Newark,
N. J., bonrtl of health, tho bnctcriolo
gist. Dr. Ktchnnl M. Connolly, reported
that slnco tho making of antitoxin was
begun 1,'JOO vials of the serum had been
produced. Tho scrum was used In 000
cases out of a total of 0.10 cases of diph
theria reported slnco July, 1805. In
tho 000 cases treated with antitoxin
thoro wero olghty-llvo deaths. Of tho
333 patients treated In the old way 138
died. Dr. Herald, in his annual re
port, said that antitoxin had proved a
great llfo saver in the hands of physl
cinns. Medical Record,
When tho Sniniiinr Itrreto
Mows through tho trees, most of us lvliocnn
sets off for a country Jaunt, l'cwcr crosR tho
Atluntlc. Whether It In biiKlncsn or pleasure
calls one from home, lloUtitlor'.s Htomnoli
Hitter In tho best uccoiiipiinluiiicnt of a
voyage or an outlntr. Yachtsmen, scamp
tarns. I'ommui'olnl truvularM niul emigrants
concur In this opinion. Tho Hitters is tiurl
allcil for tillllons, malaria, dyspeptic or
ll cr disorder.
Doing good will pay better In tho cud
than digging go'd.
. FIT8--AU1-lttopMMlriTli Dr. K line's flrrnt
fero Ilcstorcr. No Klt utter tli tint .Ik) 'pt.c.
llarrrlouscim-s. Trentl-nan.l U I ml lot tie fin' t
Wo often wish wo hud nothing to do but
to attend to tho things wo ought to do, but
If tho Ilnliy Is Cutting Tcotn.
Be sure and use that old and well trlod renirdy, Hot.
Wins low's BootuiKU Briar (or Children Tee thine-
God nindo somo laws to show how much
ho hates idleness.
"It's a Good Thing. Push it Along.
Why buy a newspaper unless you
can profit by the expense? For 5
cents you can get almost as much
"BATTLE AX" as you can of
other high grade brands for JO cents
Here's news that will repay you for
the cost of your newspaper to-day.
maintained in Columbia Bicycles could secure such
indorsement as comes unsought to Columbias. j
If you are able to pay $100
content with any
POPE MFG. CO., Makers, Hartford, Conn.
Granth Store and Agencies in almost every cjty and tqwn. If Columbia! are not
properly represented in
She's just "poll parroting.
There'a 0 prettiucss in plus,
is that pretty docs." In that i
case she's right. '
do cure biliousness, constipation,
anil all liver troubles.
Ill;utrivtpl cntnlnmio showing WELL
AOOKItS, mHJKUUILLH, HYDHAUJjIU
AND JKTT1HU AIAUIUNKKY, M.O.
bxmt Fbkb. IIsto been toitoa and
Bloux City Engine anil Iron Workt,
BuecrMor to I'tth Vtg. Co,
NIoiik '!- lutvn.
Tins ttomttit nuu lUciusxnr i'o .
1111 Wet KlfTrnth fitrmt, Kamtaa City .Mo.
f)DIIIIIIIn,,UCl,rrt Kit tnll7L Tlioniandt
Ii PI U Wi cur,s1, UhBspwt and limit cure. ra Taut.
"' """Wtlntiiw, DiuMaihii. Qulncy, Mich.
Popularity docs not come without
Nothing but the stand-
quality that is invariably
EVERYBODY'S Whn The New tk Jaut.
j-t"Vrp nal oflircd the chj ol the
nU,V,C' ten leading maUiafUiy..lci
recently to die ten inneri cl a guttuag cuattit,' tvtry
OKI eftht If ii Kletted Columbus. UnJ IV Journal
bought ten Columbus at $100 each,
TI FFAN Y'S Wlwn Tiffany & Co., the asaui Jew.
r ii r p p tiers, desired lo mate an rtunt
ith elaborate ikcoritijAotbwyclct, ,
Ihey of coiirc first selected a Columbia and paid $100 ,
lor it. Tliey have decorated other bicye'es sisce, but Coir
utnbia Has Hrvt choice.
When the United Slates Government recently asVed lot
proposals (or furnishing five bicycles, it receive! biil'irom '
other maters of from $50 lo
CHOSEN by the $ss and our bu oi $100
GOVERNMENT ca,-h 'or C011"11. iW" in-
variable price. And tot- ex
perts selected Columbus, as in their opluiM Culiunbict ,
ncrc uorlh ctcry dollar ol the price asltcd.
for a Bicycle, will you be
but a Columbia ? .
your vicinity let ua know.
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