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How to Reduce Tour Fuel Bill. How to Avoid Smoke and Soot. How to Free Tour Home from Coal Dust.
IT IS WORTH STUDY TO KNOW HOW TO GET THE BEST FUEL FOR LEAST MONEY
Makes No Smoke, Forms No Clinkers,
Makes No Soot, Lights Easily, Heats Quickly,
Produces No Dust, Holds Fire Long.
The Washburn Lignite Smokeless CoalCheapest and Best
By extensive improvements in machinery, our coal is now thor-
oughly seasoned and screened before going on the market. Our coal
is all deep mined and therefore better than any other lignite on the
market, having more of the characteristics of Anthracite.
It burns with a long flame, makes no smoke, no soot, no dust, no
clinkers. It holds fire over night and gives quick heat in the morning.
This coal is produced from our mines at Wilton, North Dakota,
the center of a fine, inexhaustible body of this class of fuel.
The Washburn Lignite Coal Co.
E. H. WALKER, General
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THE MINNEAPOLIS JQURNAL-SILYEB
THE GREAT ECONOMIC FEATURE OF THE WEST
A FUEL THAT:
No. 1 5 South Fourth Street,
t Sales Agent, Bismarck, N. D.
Hon. W. D. Washburn, President The Washburn lignite Coal Company.
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Any Stove, Any Range, Any Grate,
IT IS ADAPTED TO:
Any Furnace, Any Steam Plant.
It can be more completely regulated by the draft than any other
fuel. Try it and you will be convinced that it is the best and cheap-
est fuel on the market.
It is a fuel that has passed the experimental stage, as has been
demonstrated by years of practical use. It has come to stay, and to
take its legitimate position in the fore front of heat and steam produc-
ing commodities, a willing and valuable servant to mankind and a,
priceless gift to the people of this great and growing Northwest.
A View of Power Plant and Coal Hoist.
^liners' Town and Hotel at Chaptn, N. 1.
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