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,1: Going to the land of contentment. There's another train leaves in fifteen minutes. It stops at every home
along the way. There's an "Eclipse" right-of-wayfrom ocean to ocean controlled by the people-whose stock "
is protected and guaranteed for fifteen years, and consists of one "Eclipse" Range There are 15,000 shares held
in Portland 15,000 homes where "Eclipse" Ranges are working, and you couldn't buy one of those shares for
love nor mqney. There's an "Eclipse" mail train rplls in twice a day and from now until November 1 our little
W v y mail clerk will be swamped with "Eclipse" contest entries. Some day we're going to introduce our score of little
workers to our patrons. . , ; ' ''J. -V . y'- - 'f-"-'y:r'n:j;' '
Now a few-words regarding the contest. Write us a little letter upon the'"Eclipse" Range. Give us your
particular reason or reasons for your preference of 'the "Eclipse" above all other makes of Ranges. Then send this
letter to I. Gevurtz & Sons' "Eclipse" Prize Contest, Portland, Or. On the last day of this month these letters .
will all be' bundled together and sent to the "Eclipse" Stove Company of Mansfield, Ohio, makers of the great
"Eclipse" Range and Heater, who will pass judgment on the letters. Then these three prizes will be given out by us:
. VW". ' '-''W '''"'' ' V " v Second Prize A' be'auti-; J : ;-f-'tT
First PmeOur pular
Gevurtz Special -the $60 . eye Maple-large in size and handsome Landscape Paint-
$20 desk. :
ings, valued at $15.
rContest Ooen to Evervbodv. Prizes May Be Seen at the Store
The Economical "Eclipse" JHeater
Th Gtov of Cholct
Stands at the head of the class in the
school for the higher development of
stove perfection. People have their own
reasons for preferring the "Eclipse"
but there are several ; reasons that :
stand out prominently in the prefer
, ence . of every person . WHEREIN
CHE -ECLIPSE" EXCELS FACTS
RELATIVE TC"ECONOMY: ; .
It Is'strictly air-tight ',
Separate air chamber. ; ,V
Cannot smoke. . ' , "
' -t Heavy steel body: y v.;: ;:J'
Cast-iron bdy top and main', front.
' " Cast-iron lining encircling entire In
side of body, protecting steel from fire.
. "The most important features of
other stoves are but "the minor eta
mentsof the "Eclipse."
- Shipped anywhere and sold on our
original terms of $1.00 a week.
Prices $10.00 and upwards. Twenty
styles. V-U fsH - :
There's a bit of sympathy aroused
within us at the small talk of certain
-Range dealers. They cannot . help
v saying what they do, for they're driv
en' to it through sheer desperation.
jMo their Range won't do, so say the
great majority of people. Eveiy day
we hear something of this sort, as the
i lady i impatiently stamps her foot
"I've been all over town looking at '
Ranges and no they simply won't
do" or "yes, show me what you have -but
there is little use for I've been'
all over town and haven't found, a
, Range that suits me!" but, ah Ithe;
" sudden settlement in the nettled dis-
The Great "Eclipse'' Rarie
position when the lady , sees the
"Eclipse." "Eclipse" Ranges are fa
vored, everywhere but nowhere are
they more popular than right here in
Portland where 15,000 of them work
in satisfied harmony.
: "Eclipse,r the world's best. Guar
anteed for. fifteen years with fifteen
distinct improvements over its near
est 'competitor. -''"V yr 7 7;7";'v
SIX OF THE FIFTEEN REA
SONS WHY, IT SHOULD BE AN
:: !ECLIPSE' y - y ' t;';,
, Quicker bakirfg with small con
sumption of fuel.' '
- Simplicity of management no
complicated flues or' dampers.
, Sliding damper which admits . of .
perfect control over oven.
. Broiler ratchet, an unrivaled con
venience for broiling or toasting over
. Front grate, which admits of per
fect and complete draft upon entire
length of. fire, ,
. "i- ' it.-- i '
Scientifically 'proportioned oven,
which guarantees thorough and rapid
baking. THIS IS THE MAIN SE
CRET OF ITS SUCCESS. Be sure
. to investigate this feature.
Aerits for the Iriiou
Largestfand TT- TV 7 T,T ST7 Ellipse r-;-
Best rurni- (f TT - I k ' (( a M )) X ?I3 'ln(! "
lure House i-i-L- V Jl X LL ViA. 'WV7! N c-s Ar- : !
in Oref.on' GOOD. FURNITURE DEALERS