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MrB. A. E. Sheldon visited relatives at Delhi this week. Mrs. Merriam, wife of State Auditor Frank Merriam and little son, Howard, of Dcs Moines, arrived in Coggon Sat urday morning for a visit with relatives here. George Knight has in a cage a rare bird for this community, a turkey buz zard, caught a few days ago a few mil«8 west of town by J. D. lienton. The bird will measure fully five feet from tip to tip. The patrons of the Coggon creamery have been delivering their milk at Ehler and other neighboring creameries since Saturday morning, owing to a bad leak •hich sprung in the boiler at that time. The breach is of such a nature ttfat a new boiler will have to be put in which will require several dayB to do the work. —Monitor. HARTWIOK. On account of the diptheria being in the .neighborhood, the correspondent could not write any up for the public. Mrs. Andreas and son, Harry were in Manchester Tuesday. Mm. Will Pelton went to Delhi Satur day. Mr. Hackbartb, of Delhi, was .iu this neighborhood Tuesday buying hogs to ship. Mr. A. Dance was in Delhi Tuesday. Mr. Geo. Ellison was a Delhi visitor Sunday last. There are several who are hauling rock from Mr. Pelton's quarry. Mr. Davis wilt be threshing corn for the next few days.' He has a new thresher and will do good work for those he threshes for. Mr. Henry Maas drove through our settlement on Tuesday of laBt week. We had a line rain Wednesday which was needed very much. The diphtheria patients at Mr. Meis ters are able to be out again after being shut up so long. Mrs E. Hartman was in Delhi last week Tuesday. Most of our farmers are huBking corn. The Misses Uattie and Fromie Fur man were shopping in Manchester last Friday. Mr. John Meister and Martha Ganz were among the Manchester callerB on Friday last. OUNTY CORRES PONDENCE. *o+o+o*o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o*o+o*o+o+o+o+o*_ DYERSVELLE AND VICINITY. Mrs. Dr. J. J. Lindsay and daughter, MiBS Florence, of Manchester, were in the city last Saturday visiting at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. William Mac Ilogan and Mrs. L. J. ltumsey. J. T. Goedken returned from Brown last Monday where he had been to viBit his BiBter and Rev. Father Sassen for a few days after his return from the Catholic congress at Davenport. J. F, Link has returned froma week's visit with his parents and other relatives at WeBt Point. He reports the old folks well and happy and all the rest •ery prosperous, which we are glad to know. MiBs Anna tieorgen, of llockville, was in the city last Friday morning and took the Illinois Central train to Inde. pendence,where she attended the North eastern Iowa Teachers' meeting. Miss Georgen is one of the most successful teachers In that community andjbelieves in keeping posted on all matters per taining to teaching. John Zurawski, who succeeds B. J. Schemmel as caBhier of the FarmerB State Bank, of thiB city, arrived Mon day morning from LeMars, and has taken his position in the bank. He comes very highly recommended, iB well posted in the banking business at which he Has been engaged for the larger part of his active life, and speaks German BB well aB English. Last Tuesday afternoon the case of Morris Kenneally, who sued Anton Jiergmann in the sum of three thou sand dollars for Blandering him, was concluded in the district court of Du buque before Judge O'Donnell. The case was given to the jury to decide and after being out about all night, brought in a verdict of one dollar for plaintiff, which really means a victory for Mr. Bergmann.—Dyersville papers. LAMONT. Daniel Meanes and wife visited Wed nesday and Thursday at the home of Joseph Franks, Sr., near Hazelton. Mrs. David Fowler visited last week in Forestville. Wm. Knettle left last Tuesday for Chicago and Elgin, 111. E. May has purchased the Frank lthines residence and haB taken posses sion. Mrs. M. Colton and MIBB Gruman, of Oelwein, visited last week with Mrs. Colton Sr. Mr. Cassidy and family have moved to Lamont from Manchester and are keeping house in the residence recently vacated by E. May. Mr. Martin and wife, of Onawa, vis ited the Martin and Elliot homes laBt week. Prof. Owens entertained us all the evenings of last week with his glasB en tertainments. The Lamont Womans Club meets with MrB. Joaie Blackburn next Friday afternoon. Tuesday evening a number of young people met at the home of Elmer Hes ner for the purpose of organizing a lit erary society. Mr. Dykman, of Wisconsin, is visit ing hiB daughter, Mrs. W. Garland, and family. Mrs. Gothram, from the northwestern part of the state, 1b visiting at the home of L. Richmond. Messrs. Whitman and Hesner, of Edgewood, were in town on buBinesB last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Prebble, of Indepen dence, visited at the C. N. Bennett home since October 18th. Leslie Iloyt, of Manchester, Btayed in Lamont last week. Thos. Clark is viBiting at the parental home. He came from Idaho. O. G. Kenyon has moved his stock of general merchandise Into the Field block. Mrs, F. Peet has been in Edgewood the past week or two on acoount of bet mother-in-law's illness and death. She died October 21st and was buried at Edgewood on the 23rd. Miss Flora came home from Milwaukee on account of her grandmother's sickness. At a special meeting of the directors of the Lamont Savings Bank on Satur day October 21st., E. H. Iloyt was elec ted president to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Mrs. Etna Loomis Hoyt. ltev Amiel Ostrich, of the firBt Bap tist church of this place, was married to Miss Georgie Snow, in Osage at the home of the bride, October 24th. He 1b a young man who iB beloved by his church and respected by all other de nominations and the community at large. The bride is unknown here. Eev. Ostrich has the congratulations of all the Lamont people. Married at Dundee Iowa, October 25 Floyd Peet, of New Hampton, to Miss Breyfogel, of Masonville. He was our soldier who went to Cuba. They will make their future home in New Hamp ton. They have the congratulations of Lamont people. They are good young people. Married in Lamont, Sunday October 22nd, James L. Stewart to Miss Alice Sickles. The first M. E. Quarterly meeting will be held in Lamont November 12th. GREELEY. Glen Baker has nearly recovered. John Ocker will leave lor Canada in a few days. John Arbuckle is expected home one day this week. II. J. Wilson has resumed his posi tion as traveling salesman. The dance Friday night was the surprise of the season, over seventy at tended. John E. Drybread and family, of Denison, are the gueBts of Mr. Dry bread's-relatives here. George Heyer will not move into Greeley, he has purchased property, and will move to Earlville. An effort is to be made to have the tie sack containing our Sunday papers, brought up by the freight and thrown off here each Sunday. MessrB. Pete Clute and Henry Hilsen beck have purchased the implement business of Hess & Barger and will take charge about the middle of next month.—Home Press. DELHI. C. L. Hamlin and Forrest Crosier, of Manchester, were in town viBiting Bert Peterson Sunday. Mrs. A. L. Chase visited her parents in Monticello over Sunday. The Ladies Aid Society meets every Wednesday, between now and their fair, with Mrs. Swinburne for the purpose of sewing. Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Mooney spent Friday at Manchester. Frank Dickey, of Golden, was in town Thursday. Bert Sherman is having his meat market moved across the street. Mr. and Mrs. Blancbard, of Mason ville visited their son, E. H. Blanchard last Wednesday. MiBS Mary Jakelln and Charles B. Simons were married at the home of the bride's parents, Wednesday evening, October 25th at 8 p. m. by Rev. LuBk of Manchester. Congratulations are extended them by many friends. O. Iluene, of Manchester was in town Tuesday. John White living east of town has had his house newly reshingled. Walter Miller and wife have moved into part of Mrs. Cunningham's house in town. Mr and Mrs. George White were pleasantly surprised by about one hun dred and ninety of their friends last Saturday, October 28th, the occasion being their twenty-fifth wedding anni versary. The reception and dinner were held in the G. A. R. hall and was a very enjoyable event. An ele gant silver set and several other pres ents were presented to them. Mr. and Mrs. llaeberle and daughter, Mrs. S. S. Summers, Mrs. J. B. Boggs, J. B. Thompson, Frank Stimpson and MrB. Rich and daughters, all of Man chester, attended the silver wedding anniversary of Mr. and MrB. G. O. White on Saturday. The Epworth League monthly social and business meeting will be held Fri day evening, November 3rd at the home Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Stone. N. McCormick's house is being shingled. Letter From Watson ChildB. Marshall, Minn. Oct. 25, 18au EDITORS DEMOCRAT:—I SBme and charts, and best of all, a pleasant painstaking young lady as teacher. This being my first visit to this part of Minnesota I am quite favorably im pressed with the general appearance of the town and immediate surrounding country. This town is on the Great Northern II. R. and has a population of some 2,300 and like Manchester ex tends over considerable territory. There are quite a number of fine residences and more are being built. Several stores where large stocks of goods are carried and a flouring mill, of a capacity of 400 bis. of flour every 24 hours. Con siderable wheat is being marketed and from the little talk I have had with farmers and others, people are enjoying a fair degree of prosperity. We expect to extend our trip a hun dred miles or so farther north the last of the week. received last weeks paper at Republic, lowa, for which please accept thanks. A very great change has been made in that section, between the Cedar and Wapsie since my first trip on foot in 1855. Then the "few and far between" dwellings were small and built of small logs or I may say poles, not much larger than a stove pipe. Their stables were of the same material and shingled with prairie hay. Now I find but one log house that was standing at that lime, They have all disappeared, and in their stead and in many other places are nice frame houseB painted up in good style, and nearly every farm has the "big red barn." But these are not the only evidences of industry and thrift, as on going into these barns we find they are stored full of hay and grain. From 1000 to 3000 bushels of oats on a farm iB the rule, which with the cattle hogs and sheep, make this, like other parts of the Ilawkeye State, a wealthy country. They have here a machine for lifting out of the ground thoBe large boulders of which we have a few in Delaware county. I judge some of the rocks taken out with these lifters would weigh five or six tons, compar ing them with some 1 weighed several years ago and put under my barn as underpining. I spent an afternoon very pleasantly in the district school of the district in which I taught just forty years ago last winter. The old log house had given way to the frame houBe painted outside and in, and fur nished with modern Beats, globe, WATSON CHII.DS. NORTH MANCHESTER NOTES. Last Monday W. Millelte drove to Thorpe taking with him his l'riond, Mr. liolfu, who had been visiting in this place. The horse took fright at some thing near the depot and made a sud den turn throwing out both Mr. Mil iette and his friend. Mr. Millette kept hold of the reins and stopped the horse after getting considerably bruised. Frank Farley, who has been quite sick the past week is now convalescing. MIBS ICvo Skinner is also much better and is recovering from an attack of typhoid fever. Rav. Tuttle preached at St. Paul's church last Sunday to a fair Bized au dience, his text being II Corinthians 8 12. W. A. Friend is expected to preach next Sunday. EHLER. Alex Henderson was a Coggon visi tor Saturday. A. A. Dewoody, who haB been clerk ing here for the past four years, has re signed his position and we understand he will start a store of his own in the near future. Ai present he will make his home with his father. Quite a number from here attended the Bociety dinner at Charles LeClare's last Thursday. Win. Montgomery .ielivered a fine bunch of hogs to the Coggon buyers Saturday. Ellie Dewoody, of Coggon, spent Sun day the guest of her uncle. F. E. Patton and wife spent Sunday in Coggon. Mrs. Lill Montgomery was the guest of relatives near Central city Sunday. Jas. Henderson purchased a Shetland pony recently for his grandson, Dale. STRAWBERRY POINT. Wm. Kent and family moved Greeley, Thursday. We are sorry see them leave, but our loss Is Greeley's gain. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Torrey, of Man chester, visited Tuesday at the homo of Geo. Roe. They went to Volga Wed nesday for a visit. Tuesday, Peter Wolf had the misfor tune to lose his home by lire. They had the inuue all ready to move into. It caught lire from the woodB that were burning near the house. Peter Fisher was the mmo of a fish erman who did some trick fishing at this place Saturday. During the ab sence of Mr. Chapman from his ma chine shop, Fisher fished a number of tools to the val'ie of nearly $4.00 from the work benches. Mr. Chapman upon his return, missed some of the tools, and suspecting the bold fisher mm, got out a Bearch warrant before Justice Baird and sent Constable Wood fishing for the missing tools. Wood fished them out of F^her's pocket. The next lishiug was done by Fisher, who fished out $10 and costs and went on his way, undoubtedly bemoaning the outcome of his fishing excursion.—Mail-1'reBB. EARLVILLE. J. M. Dunn was in CharloB City, the lirst ol' the week. Airs. Will Dudley, of Manchester, was visiting here last week. Hurt Miilen went to Epworth Satur day to remain over Sunday with his Bister, Caro. Fred Koote who has been working at Win. llockaday's in Manchester, at home recovering from a slight ill ness. Newt Sargent, formerly a resident here but now of Independence, arrived Saturday for short visit. S. II. I lolcomb, of Fredericksburg, is visiting bis daughter, Mrs. Kendall. Kev. 11. M. Chambers, of the M. E. church ot Uolesburg, was in town Sat urday. The liebekahs gave a chicken pie supper at the 1. O. O. F. Hall Wednes day evening. Mrs. Scudder has returned from Gowrie, and will spend the winter with her daughtar Mrs. E. F. Cruiie. John Cattron waB home from Epj worth over Sunday. The Outlook Club gave a farewell reception to Mrs. A. Thompson and Mrs. J. F. Simpson on Saturduy after noon at the home of Mrs. Geo. Staehle Jr. Mrs. Thompson and Mrs. Simp son are two of the charter members of the club and are soon to remove to Waterloo. Ilarry Annis, of Manchester, was in town Saturday. r. and Mrs. J. B. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. C. Ii. Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Merrick, Mr. and Mrs. W. Wragg, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Carpenter, Mrs. S. T. Carpenter and J. B. Swinburne were among those from here who attended the wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. White at Delhi, Saturday. Geo. Denton iB at home from Dubu que, where he has been firing on a switch engine on the 1. C. It. R. A. Sherman, proprietor of the Delhi meat market, was a business visitor here Saturday. Miss Alice Irmscher visited friendB here on Saturday. Mrs. Jennie Gibson and her brother, Harry JSurbrldge were visiting at Geo. Staehle's jr. on Saturday and Sunday. Mr. ltussei, of Nebraska, who lately returned from the 1'hillipineB Paid For Hi# Carlo* AD offertory bag iu an English rural church was recently found which is visit ing at John Wood's and Geo. Dick son's. II. J. 1'itcher was injured Saturday in throwing a belt at the elevator spraining his foot and ankle badly. A. 1'. Knowles, of Hammond. Ind. arrived here Saturday night for a short visit at L. G. Uersey's. He has been at Sioux Fails, S. D. and stopped off on his way home. to it church porch, but contain a very rare specimen of a seventeenth century token made of copper which had apparently been dropped Into receptacle In miBtake dealer at 14 shillings. A description of from an address a long distance from the church stating that were sent to If the token "X. Y. Z.," care of the householder, a remittance of half a sovereign would be received In change. It was duly sent 10 lings arrived In return. You are further notified that December 26, 1899, that being the second day of the December, IKK), term of said Court, has been fixed as the time for hearing said final report, and, unless you appear thereto and Ale exceptions on or be fore the date so fixed for hearing, said report will be approved, said administrator discharged, and his bondsmen released. Dated this 26th day of October, A, D. 1899. Bronson SI Carr, F.8. GRIFFIN, Att'ys for Estate, 44wl Admr. Geo. Noland, Rockland, O., says, "My wife had piles forty yean. DeWitve Witch Hazel Salve cured her. It the best salve in America." It heals every thing and cures all skin diseases.—H. C. Smith. The New York World, ,Thrice-a-Week Edition. ALMOST A DAILY—AT PltlCE OF A WEEKLY It is issued every otlier day, and Is to all purposes a daily. Every week each subscriber receives 18 pages and often during the "busy" season 24 pages each week. The price is only SI .00 per year. It is virtually a dailv at the price of a weekly. Its news covers every known putt of the world. No weekly newspaper could stand alone and furnish such service. The Thrice-a- Week-World has at its disposal all of the resources of the great est newspaper in existence—the wonder or modern journalism—1" America's Greitest Newspaper," sis It has been justiy termed—The New York World. Its political news is absolutely Impar tial. This fact will be of especial value in the Presidential campaign coming on. The best of current fiction Is found in its columns. These are only some of the reasons. there are others. Bead It and see them all. Wu offer this unequalled newspaper and The Manchester Democrat together one year for 82.15. The regular subscription price of the two papers is 82.50 tf. HUSKERS' Handy Helpers are here in pU-nty. Every thing to lighten the work and protect the corn huskers' hands. We show an assortment of all the old reliable makes of pins and gloves, together with many new and improved kinds. iB Modern inventions that make corn husking a pleas ure. A variety of husking gloves at 45c and 49c and up to the very best calfskin at 95c. We Satisfy every demand A variety of pins at a variety of prices, 4c, 5c, 7c and 10c, etc. Pin and first finger, 10c canvas mittens, 8c and 10c cotton flan nel mitten, 8c and 10c, and extra heavy double hand and thumb, 12c canvas gloves, 15c canvas mittens, knit top, leather gussets, 15c leather mitten, made with thumb and first finger pin at tached, soft and pliable, per pair, 29c mule-skin gloves, 19c. VII the for a The curio farthing. was valued by a local the article and the circumstances under was found were affixed to the the donor seemed ashamed to turn up and explain mat ters. A few days afterward the cler gyman received a typewritten letter XII ex in a register- ert letter, and a postal order for shil IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF IOWA, IN AND FOR DELAWARE COUNTY. December Term, A. D. 1809. In Ro Estate of 1 Richard L. MeKarland Notice of Final Report, deceased. To WILLIAM MCFAKLAXD, BUPURMIA MC- FAKLANU. PKUURNCK BARRBTT, CATII AKINK JOHNBOV, MAUOABKT 8CHROKDKI1, EUI'HKMIA PA1MKK, EMMA MATHIESON, IJUKK MRKAHLANI). llAUVKY MCFARLAHD, SAUAII ANN STORKY, AND MRS.C.I.BAIRD, IIK1R8-AT-I.AW OP RLCLLAHD L. McFARLAXD, DECEASED. AND TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: You and each of you are hereby notified that the final report of the undorslgned as adminis trator of the estate of said Richard L. McFar land. deceased. Is now on tile In the office of the Olerk of the District Court of suid county. Said report asks that the estate be closed, the ad ministrator discharged, aud his bond onerated. VI CALIFORNIA! Through Tourist Sleepers. Each Tuesday during the winter season the B., C. R. & N. Ry. -will run a Tourist sleeping car through to Cali fornia. These sleepers will be attached to main line train fro. 2, and will run to LOB Angeles and San Francicco via Kansas City, Ft- Worth, Tex and the Southern Pacific Ry.—the ideal south ern route, free from delays and snow blockades. The time is only four days. The berths are large enough to accom* modate two persons A special con ductor an! ic'o*"*! porter accompany each car to attend wants of passen gers. Meals served in dining cur or may be prepared on cooking range pro vided for that purpose. THE The most widely circulated weekly" newspaper in America is the Tbrice-a week edition of The New York World, and with the ('residential campaign now at hand you cannot do wltliuut it. Here are Bome of the reasons why it is easily the leader in dollar a year journal ism. For full information regarding rates, time of trains, berth reservation, etc., call on agent* of this liir\ or Address Mr. John Farmer, A., U. P. & T. A., Cedar Kapids, lowa. 4awrt Write for descriptive matter. Geo. S. Parker Lucky Curve Fountain Pen N lint leak No acrcw THE PARKER Pl'.N cO, Janesville, Wis',' U. S. A. A VERY USEFUL PRESENT for lad sand gentlemc 11 C0TSWQLDS. Flock headed by 1MPOBT ED RAMS. A nice lot ofgf|g breeding ewes and a dozen ::/, ram lambs FOR SALE.||f|| Eight hundred head to se-' lect from. W. Other gloves and mittens from the lowest priced kinds to the very best. Leather wrist-supporters and everything necessary for the con venience of corn harvest! nf». Kome to Kalamity for Kovers for W#» chnw AN ENDLESS VV M1UW VARIETY OF Winter Mittens men's, womens' and children's. S J. STRAIN & SONS, Masonville, la. lie the Pyramids The Pyramids are one of the wonders of the world— not for beauty or art in de sign, but simply because they have lasted so long. This lumber stock of ours is like the pyramids because of its lasting qual ities. The lumber we sell you is the kind that gives complete satisfaction. Stop in here before you start to do your build ing and see what we can do for you in the way of sav ing you money and giving you value for every cent you spend with us. Bolter Lumber Co. Times a Day, at Work or Play, 3 to break. No old-fashioned nozzle, PERFHCTION Perfect Parker Pens J®fi Jinjer GOING WEST—Passenger 2 it-TS 2 80 Acre. Farm adJoluiiiK this city for sale. Terms easy Inquire of HIONSON tf SMOKK Han Mateof« Clears. Strictly pure and nbsolutely freo from artificial flavor. IMf 11. BBIOOS. M'fg. HOUSE TO KENT. The Denton resldenco property no&r the niRh School building Is for rent. Inquire ot I9tf R. W. TIKHII.I,. Help the Cau£c. There has never bvea a 1 olitical cam paign that will equal in importance that of the one to be fought next year. The republican party, backed by the money power of this country and Europe, is alert and aggressive. Flush ed with the victory of three years ago it will seek by every means in Its power to maintain its supremacy. Democrats must be up and doing. They must wage an unceasing war up on their eneiries. In no better and more effective way can this be done tlian by the cin nlatioi. good, und democratic newrpap: is. I he publisher of the Chicago liispan-i, llu- gre il nati onal democratic 1 v, will send to every new subscriber for three months a copy of the Chicago Dispatch for ten cetits. If you are not already taking the great political weekly, send in ten cents at oni-e. Yon should not only do this yourself, but you should induce all your Iriends to join with you. By a little elTort you can easily raise a club "f ten or twenty subscribers. The Chicago Dispatch is indorsed by William Jennings Bryan and other democratic leaders. Address The Chicago Dispatch, 120 and 122 Fifth Avenue, 31tf Chicago, 111. Announcement of Opening ot New Line of the B. U, R. & N. Ry., Be tween Armstrong and Eatberville, Iowa. On and after Oct. 18, trains on this new line will run between Armstrong and Estherville as followB No. leaves Armstrong 701 4:40 p. m., arrive at Estherville 6 p. m. Freight No. 741 leaves Armstrong 4:30 p. m., arrives Estherville 6:20 p. m. GOING EAST—Passenger No. 704 leaves Estherville 8:30 a. m., arrives at Armstrong 10.00 a. m. Freight No. 796 leaves Estherville at 3:20 a. m., arrives at Armstrong 5 a. m. AII trains daily except Sunday. These new trains are a continuation •1 the regular trains on the Forest City division and will run between Dows and Estherville. The dibtance from Arm strong to Estherville is 19 miles, and the new stations between these points are Maple Hill and Luzon. This new line offers splendid induce ments for merchants and professional men who wish to secure suitable loca tions in anew country. For particulars address Jno. G. Farmer, A. U. P. & T. A., Cedar Rapids, lowa. 43 6w. Henry Hutchinson Breeder of Thoroughbred Shorthorn Cattle. JOSEPH HUTCHINSON MS CALL BAZAR, fiftTTERNS (N« AUewa»ce PatUr—.) tical a "J each-oooa higUt. I I them. Sold ia Marty imy «ity 1 aad town, or kjr Bail (na THB McCALL CO., t*a-1«t Wait Utk «t„ Ha. Ywk. Subscriptions received at the Demo crat oflice. We furnish McOall'e Maga zine and The Democrat one year for $1.80 11 tf Chicago News Stand Agent for all periodicals. Any newspaper or maga zine published can be se cured if desired. Also a complete and fresh line of confectionery, cigars and tobaccos. Cool drinks a spec ialty, N. P. Malviri, Proprietor. DOUGLASS, the Photo grapher. 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You'd be safe in using sand and water for paint with that guaranty on it.f We use Devoe Ready Paint. -2 STOREY & ABBOTT. Getting* the Heat Into the House Is what makes a furnace satisfactory. Anyone can "put iu" a furnace, but it requires a gcod knowledge of the prluoiples of hot air and ox perlenoe in applying them to get the moat heat froma furnace with the least expenso for coal G. S. LISTER Artistic Tailoring: ISO® Our furnaces are aa good as skill and first-class material can make them. The 4 Prince is constructed on right prin ciples to produce heat, and has stood the test of actual use for more than a quarter of a century. We have made the heating question a study and we claim to know how to in stall a Iurnace and get the best results. It iB the "know how" that makes a short coal bill. You should give the furnace question your attention now, before the rush begins and be fore a further advance in fur naces. 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