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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, rORTLAND, TUESDAY . EVES INO. . JANUARY A 9. 1004.
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WOTICE. Th Vanm-T agency Tie Ore-
Son Daily Journal U located at Mala atraet.
n p. Luadbar. affect. -''VJL!
VANCOUVER IS i
THE BIG ADVANCE
BT7SXVZSS BErO&E THE . CZTT
: . corn en. last bight show ijt-
DUSTRIAL INTERESTS TO BE
QB0WIWO OTHEB MATTERS IW
THE TKSXVXN0 TO WW.
NOTICE. -Salem antMcrlNra will nlraa tak
r.ftloe tbat Th Jnnrnal agency baa been trana
fmred to E. E. Davla. ISO atate atraet, wbe
will - rewlTt aubacrlptlona, s eotuplalnta,' paj-tt-onta,
OREGON WINTER IS
. ONLY PASSING JOKE
(Journal Special Service.) "
Vancouver, " Wash., Jan. 19.---At the
city council, which met last night In
regular session, business which came
before it for consideration Indicated an
-industrial Increase for Vancouver.
One of the most Important proposi
tions for consideration last 'night was
the gas franchise sought, by J. K. Mor
rison. This franchise was read the first
' and second times andrererred to the
committee on streets and public Im
provements, t '
The main features Incorporated In the
ordinance are . That the city will not
construct nor enter Into any contract
nor partnership with any other parties
to construct a similar plant for 20
years; that the Morrison company be
granted a 10-year exclusive franchise;
that the city will be given sufficient gas
to light the city halls and heat the fire
engines and furnish four gas jets of 60
candle power for the engine house.
A similar franchise was sought some
time ago by two different companies,
but neither of them gave the required
guarantee that work would be com
menced within a certain time, and no
further action was taken by the coun
cil; but, in , this instance, the company
seeking the' franchise deposited the re
quired amount $1.000 to ' Insure that
the franchise is sought In good faith
and that construction work on the plant
will be begun . and finished within the
Star Brewery Company Will Build.
: The ' council ' also granted the Star
Brewery company permission to con
struct a two-story brick building 50x100
feet, on its property facing Seventh
street, between B and C street. .
Frank Lacks ff was also granted per
mission to erect a story and a half
building on the southeast corner of C
and Sixth street. .
John Elwell last night made an offer
to the city council to rent a room fac
ing on Third street for a -city council
chamber, and -also- part-of -the- room -4b
his office cornering on Third and Main
streets for the city clerk's office, to
gether with the use of . the vault, for
15 for month. - ,
The city council directed the fixing of
the grades on East Twelfth street and
intersecting streets between East
Twelfth and Thirteenth streets.
MIbs Maud Dix has accepted a posi
tion in a manufacturing -establishment
(Journal Special Berrien.)
Salem, Or., Jan. 19. Salem had the
first snowfall of this winter yesterday.
and to say that it was disagreeable
is drawing it mild. Early yesterday
morning a light fall of snow whitened
the ground, but at daylight this began'
to disappear as warm rain was falling
I for a time. : But during .-. the forenoon
the air suddenly turned cold and, driven
before a high wind, .came a genuine
snow squall that drove everyone to
cover. Fortunately this did not last
long, and after an hour's experience of
a snowstorm, the sun suddenly broke
through the clouds and the snow soon
disappeared under the warm rays. A
number of Eastern people who are here,
having heard 'from local friends that a
snowfalji was rare in this part of Ore
gon; were surprised to see the, ground
white-when "they arose yesterday -morn
ing, and when the squall sent people
scurrying for cover , and they saw that
the visit of the snow king was .indeed a
rare one and one that was not at all
expected or appreciated by the local
denlsens. they decided that the mildness
of the winter here had indeed not been
overdrawn, and some of them who had
only come on a visit decided at once to
locate here, for, they said, if this is con
sidered winter- weather here. It is cer
tainly good to bfi.here and see some of
the really nice weather that the Willam
ette valley can produce, v.i.a i-.1.,. .
"You call this winter weather in this
country?" asked one gentleman. "I
wish that we had so mild a winter
where 1 come from in Wisconsin This
kind of weather I can stand the whole
year 'round, and if this is some of
your worst weather, I Intend to stay
here and see what you call pleasant, for
that must be good, indeed. I Intend to
locate in 'this country and enjoy life,
and I am only sorry I wasted so many
years away from this coast, where it Is
indeed worth a man's time to live and
enjoy himself. You people do . not ap
preciate the .splendid country you have
here. The fine climate, aside from your
boundless undeveloped resources, . Ms
enough to double your population In six
months If you would only bring the
facts in the case to the attention of
the people of the East, as you certainly
should do. Thousands upon thousands
of people of means throughout the East
and Middle West, if they knew one-half
the splendid conditions prevailing here,
would flock to your shores, not to make
money so-much, as tolocate where life
can be enjoyed to the full.r 'You people
ought to advertise, and whlje . your
boundless resources are a ...good thing tQ
push to the front in placing the advan
tages of your country before the people
of the East, you should under no con
sideration fall to present a truthful
picture of your climatic advantages, for
it. is good to be here, and many thou
sands will come here and locate, once
npon the discharge of her duties,
. A leap year party was given by Miss
Annie Mathews at her home, corner of
Seventh and J streets, last night About
30 Invlted'guests made merry with va
rlous games and refreshments.
; MsJoney's wedding-.
"The Robber Baron," a musical com
edy of great pretensions, had a sum
mer s run at a New York theatre. Its
chief attraction lay -in its chorus of
pretty girls. Near the close of the sea
oon the management decided tolreduce
expenses and -cut the salaries of the
players. Twenty of the winsome
chorus ladles refused to work for the
reduced salaries and severed their en
gagements. They were immediately
engaged by Manager McCoy as a special
feature of "Maloney'a Weddlng,", and
will be seen with that attraction which
plays at the Auditorium Wednesday,
, TBOOP A" CELEBRATES.
NOTICE. Oregon Cltr alibacrittera win pk-aae
take Dotlrn that tbe office of The Journal hat
Mn eeUbllsbed at tbe Courier office, Seventh
aireet. next to aopot. wnere aubacrlptlona. com
plaints, paymenta, etc., will be received and at
tended to by L. J, CauBold, Tbe Journal Or
gou a (rent,
JANUARY TIME f OR
- MARRIAGE BELLS
TWO OBEGOH CZTT COUPLES SE
XJBCT - MID-WIN TIB AS " HAPFT
FEBXOD POS UATBXKOXXAXj VST-
DEBTAKEATOS OTHEB PBATUBES
OP DTTEBEST XV BUST TOWJT.
(Jocrnal Special Service.)
Oregon City, Jan. 19. Last evening at
7 o'clock at the home of J. E. Beatty on
Jefferson street, J. C. Meyers and Miss
Jessie Myrtle Beatty were united in
marriage by Rev. J. H. Wood, pastor
of the Methodist church. None but the
relatives of the "bride were present."
A pleasant wedding took plate at the
home Of F. M. - Campbell in Canemah
last Sunday afternoon at S o'clock,
where August W. Newman and Miss
Carrie Pearl Hyde were united in mar
riage by Rev. J. H. Wood of the Method
ist church. A number of Invited friends
were present. -
.A Chweh Social.
. The Ladies' Aid society of the Meth
odist church will give a social for the
pleasure and profit of all of the mem
bers or the church and congregation in
the church parlors next Wednesday
evening from 7:30 to 9:30 o'clock. Light
refreshments will be served and a gen
eral good time Is expected.
Alberta a Mecca.
There Is . being quite an emigration
from this part of the world to Alberta,
Canada. The latest citizen who has an
nounced his Intention to move to that
great part of the British possessions is
Mr. A. R. Stouffer of Needy. He has
advertised all of his property for sale
on the 25th of this month and will leave
with his family for Alberta as soon as
his sale is over. ' :
VOTICE. The Eugene agency of The Ore
on Dally Journal -la at the bookstore of Alien
i. Eaton, where aubacrlptlona to go by mall
Ot- Carrier will be received.
(Journal Special Serrlee.)
Lebanon, Or., Jan. 19. Last Satur
day night, besides being the regular
..drill .night of .Troop iMA O. N. 0.t was
made an evening of general' good time.
The medals and the trophy won at
Portland in October were presented in
an able manner by Col. C. B. Montague.
The state medal was presented to Corp.
Eugene U Smith, the troop medal was
presented to Corp. Earl R. Pugh and
the state trophy, a beautiful silver cup,
to the victorious rifle team, consisting
of Capt Harry A. Elklns, Sergt Harvey
Rawllngs. Corps. Eugene. U Smith and
Earl R. Pugh. . -
A large crowd was present, form ins
an appreciative audience to the drilling!
ana maneuvering or the troop under
Capt Harry A. Elkins, the drill being
an excellent one of Its kind, and tho
men are taking a greater interest than
ever before. After the presentation of
the trophy and medals the troop and
its friends repaired to the Odd Fellows'
hall, where a reception was tendered.
And. thus passed away an' evening of
general good time and feeling, an even
ing like this tending to bring the troop
more In touch with the citizens of Leb
EAGLE CBEEX MACCABEES.
(Journal Bpedal Serrlee.)
Eagle Creek. Or.. Jan. 19. The fol
lowing Sir Knights were installed in
their respective offices at Eagle Creek
Tent No. 66 K. O. T. M. at the last re
view by Sir Knight J. E. Burnett: Com
mander, George Judd; lieutenant com
mander, 'Joe Beackettr record keeper, A.
M. Alspraugh; finance keeper, William
Uithens; physician and chaplain, Dr. C.
B. Smith; M, and A Frank Dowty; first
M. C. Q. C. Helple; second M. O., Albert
Kltchlng; sergeant. Ward Douglass. -
After the ceremonies a grand banquet
was spread which was enjoyed by all
FX . Mow's Soothing Syrup
raj bee used for over SIXTY YEARS by MB
UONS of MOTHERS for their CHILDREN
while STEimilNG, with PERFECT SUCCESa
It SOOTHES the CHILD, SOFTENS the CUM 3,
ALLAYS all PAJN j CCRES WIND COLIC, and
la the best remedy for DlARJtHCEA. Sold by
Druggista in every part of the world. Be sure
end eak for "Mrs, Wiaalow's Soothing Syrup,
tad take Mother kind. Twenty-five cte. s bottl
found so far north on the beautiful Pa
cific coast." . ; , . - r ' .,
T, L. Davidson, Jr., Injured.
A report was received here yesterday
arternoon by wire rrom Sheridan that
T. L. Davidson, Jr., a son of Hon. T. L,
Davidson of this city, suffered a broken
ankle by a fall with a horse, and he is
so badly injured' that he will be unable
to follow his vocation for some time.
Young Mr. Davidson is conducting the
Highland stock ranch near Sheridan, the
property of his father and himself,-and
while chasing a steer down a hillside
on the range, his horse fell, striking
upon the hapless rider's left leg and
sliding down hill about SO feet. When
the young rancher was extricated from
his perilous position all realised the
narrow escape from death he had. ' The
Injured, man was at once taken to the
ranch, where he Is reported as resting
easy, but it will be some time before
he will again be able to ride the range
after cattle. Mr. Davidson is one of
the most successful young ranchers In
Western Oregon. He is a native of this
city and a prominent member of Salem
lodge of Elks, as is his father, who is
also prominent In the Democratic party
f the-state. , .
Millie Shepherd Wants Divorce.
' Millie M. Shepherd of Stayton yes
terday afternoon filed a suit for divorce
In the circuit court against Charles E.
Shepherd. The couple were married in
Stayton, July 7, 1899, and Mrs. .Shep
herd alleges that her husband deserted
her December 19,- 1901, and since that
time has refused to live with her. There
are two children, the issue of the mar
riage Sadie, aged 4 years, and Delbcrt,
S years old. Mrs. Shepherd, who is a
resident-cf Staytonj-asks -f er-an--abso-
lute divorce, the custody of the' child
ren, and the right to resume her maiden
name of Millie M. Downing. Mr. Shep
herd is said to'be a resident of Clacka
mas cfcunty at this time. Bonham ft
Martin of this city are the attorney for
' . '.The Wew Steamer.
The new Independent steamer that Is
being built -at Independence to run on
the Willamette between Salem and up
per river points, is about completed, and
C. S. Hamilton of this city and a com
mittee of the Greater Salem Commercial
club members expect to go to Indepen
dence in a few days and inspecc the new
vessel. The purpose of the steamer, the
building of which was commenced at
the instigation of the Greater - Salem
club, is to provide an Independent freight
and passenger line along the river, con
necting Balem with upper river points.
and especially points in Polk county.
Copt. George Skinner, a veteran river
steamboat man, la constructing the new
craft, and will operate it, and It is ex
pected to prove of vast benefit and a
great convenience to the people of this
city and of the towns and cities on the
upper Willamette river.
USED A JIMMY
A persistent thief made a determined
but vain attempt to break into the
Farmers', store at 173 Front street, be
tween midnight and 1:30 o'clock this
morning. ' The attempt . was " discovered
by Special Patrolman Byers. It was
found that the thief broke two locks
on one of the doors, but failed to'galn
an entrance because there was a bolt in
side the door. It Is evident that he was
frightened away. The marks on the
door indicate that a jimmy was used
to force the locks.
. VISITS IN EUGENE
(Journal Special service.)
' Eugene, Or., - Jan. , 19. J. . W. Sher
wood of Portland, state commander of
the. Knia-hts of the Maccabees, made an
otllcUl-vUlt tothe. local tent last night.
He addressed the lodge at considerable
length and. his remarks were listened to
with great Interest by a 'large number
of members of " the order present, not
only from the Eugene tent, but from
several surrounding towns. At the con
clusion of the meeting an elaborate ban
quet was served. Mr. Sherwood found
the local tent in splendid condition In
every way. It has one of the largest
memberships on the coast
j I : e : Jadffw Dorrla Xajnxea." -
Police Judge B. F, Dorrls Is carrying
one of his arms in a sling, the result
of a fall.vat Albany Saturday evening
while on his way to Portland. ' He was
getting off the train at Albany to eat
supper, the train having - stopped for
that purpose, when ; he , slipped off the
car step and fell heavily to the depot
platform, alighting on his arm, die
locating it at the elbow and badly
straining the tendons.. He boarded the
train again and watted until he reached
Portland late at night before he had a
physician attend the Injury. The Judge
returned to Eugene and is on duty at
his office. :
- Death of Mrs. Lopp.
' Mrs. Josie Lopp, wife of A. J. Lopp
jot JNatron, Mled. at that place Sunday
morning from blood poisoning. ?"Bh6
leaves besides her husband nine chil
dren. She was aged over 88 years. The
funeral was held today, with interment
at Mount Vernon cemetery.
Snow at Eugene.
The first snow . of the season In
Eugone fell Monday. It commenced
early in the morning and continued off
and on during the day, but melted
nearly as fast as it fell. At one time
the snow covered the ground to a depth
pf "onennchrhnt- most of It melted away
before another flurry came. Should" a
cold snap occur at this time everything
would be In readiness for It. Cattle and
sheep are well fed and fall grain Is high
enough so that the cold would not
harm It. -.
bery.: Phillips enticed a ranchman of I 1
his acquaintance, who was intoxicated
to take a walk with him and JmprovedJ
uie opportunity to aostract tne money,
some 330 or $40, from his pocket
Phillips was arrested the same night
and pleaded guilty on being arraigned
before the circuit court. Justice wa
swift in his case, as within four days
from the robbery he was. on his way to
the penitentiary, ,
Broke Bis Ann. '.
Charles Edwards, an employe at a box
factory in this city, is the victim of
quite a peculiar accident happening this
morning in which his arm was broken.
The lacing of a belt had broken and the
men- were about- to - remove "it f or " the
purpose of lelaclng it The broken
lacing caught on the shaft, winding the
Deit rapidly round it. The flying end
of the belt struck Edwards on the arm
with such force as to break the bone.
THE COAT SHOW AT
DALLAS A SUCCESS
' NOTICE, The Albany agency ct Tbe Oreiroe
Polly Journal Is at the drug a tola of Fred
Dawaon. Mo. 238 Waet Klrat aueet whore aub-
crlptlona wlU be received. ,
C. A. R. WOMEN
: rOX TALLET POSTMISTRESS, i -
: (Washington Ilnreau of The Journal.)
Washington, D. C- Jan.,' 9. Jennie
MtiRae was appointed postmistress at
Fox Valley today.
(Journal Special Service.)
Albany,- Or., Jan. 19. Mrs. Belinda
Bailey, of San Francisco, national presi
dent of the Women of the G. A. R. vis
ited with the local circle last night and
was tendered a very pleasant reception.
Albany News Items. ,
The officers of the Willamette Valley
Baseball league will meet in this city
on Saturday afternoon, January 23, to
arrange for the coming season. ;
Street - Superintendent George ' M.
Payne Is commencing an ' active cam
paign for better walks and streets,, and
is meeting with the general approval of
our citizens. .,:.";'':, .:,.'-'-.'..'
The Lasalle Packing ' company , has
purchased the large prune crop of H. J.
Brlstow of Corvallis, paying 3 cents.
The packer is -running full "handed pre
paring the crop for the Eastern market
S.- R. Willis has been appointed fire
engineer to succeed J. I. . Stewart who
resigned to accept a position with tbe
elcctrlo light company. '"
ALL IV rOTJB SATS.
(Journal Special Service.) 'i 4
Grants Fas:!, Or.; Jan.. 19. Fred
Phllllpe, a rceklent of this city, was sen
tenced yesterday to' serve a term of
threo years In tho penitentiary for rob-
y (Journal Special Service.)
Salem. Or.. Jan. 19. At Dallas lnnt.
Friday and Saturday the annual sroat
show was held and a fine display of
tne . goats blooded, stock for. which
polk county is famous, was had. The
show was followed by a sale of fine
steck, some excellent animals being dls
posed,-of. In this section there are
more goats bred than in any other por
tion or Oregon, and more mnhnlr la
produced there than at any 'other point
on the Paclflo coast and the annual
sales of this product attract the buy
ers from the entire coast The annual
show is well attended and there are
more fine-goats exhibited on -this occa
sion than at the state fair. The pre
miums awarded at this year a snow are
as given below; .
Buck kids born before March 16
U. r; S. , Grant, first and second; A. - C
Buck 'kids after March 15 William
Riddell, first and second; U. S. Grant,
Yearling buck William Riddell. first:
rl. Im Fenton. second; C Mitchell, third,
Two-year-old buck W.. -A. Ayers.
first; A, Yocum, second; James Elliott.
Three-year-old buck H. I Fenton.
first; U. S. Grant, second,
Four-year-old buck U. S. Grant, first:
D. Peters, second; G. W. McBee. third.
Doe kid born before March 15 U. 8.
Grant, first, second and third.
Doe kid born after march 15 William
Riddell. . first second and third.
Year-old doe William Riddell. first;
D. J. Grant, second; U. S. Grant, third.
Two-year-old doe William Riddell.
first and second; H. L. Fenton, third,,
Three-yeas-old doe No entry.
Four-year-old doe William Riddell.
first and second; U. S. Grant, third. ..
Sweepstakes Buck any age William
Riddell, first and third; U. S. Grant.
second. Doe any age U. S. Grant first;
William Riddell. second and third.
Gold medal, vthree does, . presented . by
William Brown & Co, of Salem Will
iam Riddell.' v
Flock of four William Riddell, first;
U. S. Grant second,
BucSrSlds born before March - 15
J. B. Teal, first "
Buck iids born after March 15 Hall
& Osburn, first; I. G. McBee, second.
Bucks one year old S. E. Guthrie,
Bucks two years old L. A. Guthrie,
first, - -
Bucks three years old G. W, McBee,
Bucks- our-years-nld No en tries
Doe kids born before March 15 J. E.
Martin-, first; G. W. McBee, second.
Doe kids born after March 15 Eola
Hop & Livestock company, first; - W. J.
Farley, second; 8. E. Guthrie, third.
Does one year old G. W. McBee, first;
Eola Hop & Livestock company, sec
ond; L. A. Guthrie, third. '
Does two years old N, Woodard. first;
G. W, McBee, second; J. B. Teal & Son,
third. . -: -
Does . three years old No entries.
; Does four years old L. M. Humphrey,
first; G. W. McBee, second; James El
liott, third. i
8weepstakes Buck any ' age J. B.
Teal & Son, first; S. E. Guthrie, second;
L. A.-- Guthrie, third. Doe any age
Eola Hop & Livestock company,' first;
Q. W. McBee, second; J. E. Martin,
Flock of four, unregistered class E.
W. McBee, first - . ,
A. - A. Bates, Irwin, Ohio, judge.
Buck lamb, registered Cotswold Will
iam Riddell, first and second.
Grade Cotswold Age ewe, Gilliam &
Co., first One-year-old - ewe, Gilliam,
first Ewe lamb, Gilliam, first and sec
ond. Lincolnr registered One-year-old -ewe,-
Saved Kar Llfs item Pneuscnlj
"My wife bad a severe attack of Pneu
monia which followed a ease of Lt Grippe
end I believe that FOLEY'S HONEY
AND TAR saved her life," writes Janet
Coffee, of Raymond, Missouri.
C:sd Rj:'-!!j I.i Every Cass -
Dr. C. J. Bishop, Agnew, Mich., writes:
"I have used FOLEY'S HONEY AND
TAR in three very severe cases of pneu
monia, with good results in every case.' -
' W af W aarSnV WW .- i - - -
X v -r . 0U. aJL s
Corid ef TirrlMi Ccuh en Img .
N. Jackson, of Danville, III., writes:
"My daughter had a severe attack of. :
La Grippe and a terrible cough on her
lungs. we tried a great many renedies
without relief. She tried FOLEY'S v.
HONEf AND . TAR which cured her.
She has never been troubled with a cough
Cured vThen Very Low With
J. V. Bryan, of Lowder, 111., writes:
"My little boy was very low with pneu
monia. Unknown to the doctor we rave
him FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR.
The result was magical and puzzled tho
doctor, as It immediately stopped the
- racking cougb and be quickly recovered."
SOLD JallD RECO-IIEIIDEn DY
For Sale by WOODARD - CLARKE & CO. and LAUE - DAVIS : DRUG CO.
Hawley A Son, first and second. Ewe
lamb, Hawley & Son, first and second.
Swine. . "'- ' !
J. E. Edwards, Belfountaln, Judge.
Poland China T. W. Brunk, Eola, first
ana second, on 10 head.
Berkshire boar F. A, Koter, first,
Sow F. A. - Koser, first Boar pig O.
b, ciark, favorable mention.
The goat show was followed- by- the
salej of registered goats, the following
sales being recorded:
W. B. Grant to A. Teal, buck. $45: 8,
M. Ray to E. L. Naylor, buck, SS; U. B.
Grant to W. R. Norris, buck kid, $30;
w. a. Ayers to E. u. Naylor, buck kid.
$10; H. L. Fen0n to L. A. Dean, buck
kid, 25; A. C-Staats to L A. Dean,
buck kid, 20; A. C. Staats to C. R.
Farley, buck kid, $14; D. J. Grant to A.
C. Staats, doe, $30,
"Strength and vigor come of good
food, duly digested. 'Force,' a ready-to-serve
wheat and barley food, adds no
nuraen. nut sustains, nourisnes, invigor
ates. - -
The Kind You Have Always Boagh1 and rlilcb. has beea
In use for over 30 years, has borne the siroatnre of
ana has been made under his per
jSTTaa 80nal supervision since its Infancy.
r-tCi44iZi Allow no one to dAoeftfA -vnn In ils
All Counterfeits, Imitations and Just-as-good' are baft
Experiments that trifle 'with and endanger the health of
Infants' and Children Experience against Experiments
What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrnps. Jt is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
. and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates tho
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleeps ,
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALV7AYO
Bears the Signature
In Your Home
Brings comfort and cheer
fulness, during the long win
ter V nights. - Enjoy - a f e w
comforts while you are alive
for you are a long time dead
Portland General Electric Go.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years;
twe ertrrauw eeMMana, r aumut enaccv, aitw va
O SPICESk o
CL0SSCT Q DaYET6
In ydur house soon pays for Itself In
comfort and saving of fuel. Let us fig
ure with you on the cost of installing
one in your house, .
J. O. Bayer Furnace Co.,
265 Second St . Tel. Main .461.
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