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f0 For burning Straw, Hay, Corn, Cobs, Corn Stalks, Etc.
Hf HOW IT OPERATES.
f? First. It is a scientific fact that seventy-five percent of the fuel burned in
jtg the ordinary way is lost. Nearly all of this loss is averted by feeding the fuel
0Q from an air-tight magazine, charing the same and consuming the smoke, there-
fo?S by making complete combustion.
d$?2 Second. By the use of the down draft, it heats the lower portion of the
room first, making an evci temperature throughout, and
ing the necessity of making such intense fires in cold weather.
Third. By giving double the heating surface.
Fourth. By a skilled arrangement of drafts, the fire is at all times under
perfect control, and can be kept for many hours with one filling.
Fifth. Ten pounds of straw, weeds or trash, or twenty pounds of cobs, will
burn from three to six hours, with sufficient heat for cooking, or for heating the
It can be readilv seen that the farmer saves his entire fuel bill by the use of
J35 the Girtanner Attachment; and the towns-people save
cent, thus keeping the money at home.
Further than this, it makes a new home industry, instead of sending millions
of money to the coal combines, the heretofore waste products of the farm are
utilized to supply the need.
Nw to the
creating more heat
any, while the Girtanner attachment produces double heat out
Hay, Straw, Corn
hgf On Exhibition in
Senator Wolcott's trip to Europe in
interests of international bimetallism
is being discussed with much interest,
both by those who believe international
bimetallism to be a tangible something
which can bo practically worked and
by those who believe it to be what ex
Senator Ingalls would call an "irides
cent dream." While Sonator Wolcott
curries no ofliuin! credentials, it is be
lieved that he goes practically at the
request of president-elect McKinley
and of the caucus committee charged
with the preparation of legislation in
the interest of international bimetall
ism, of which he is chairman, and It is
kaown that ho goes at the request of
the Bimetallic League. These facts
aro net likely to be overlooked by
European statesmen whom lie meets.
There are several reasons why Sena
tor Welcott will roceive a cordial wel
come in England, net the loaat of
which is the speech ho niado on the
Venezuelan question at the last sosslon
of congress, which was reprintea or
favorably commented upon by every
paper of prominence in Great Britain.
Most of the ultra-gold men agreo with
the ultra-silver men, that Senator Wol
cott's errand will bo fruitless, but
there nro a number of conservatives
who are firmly of tho opinion that
international bimetallism can and will
bo urougnt about, auu some 01 menu,
like Sonator Chandler, expross the
opinion that England can even bo per-
1 suaded to take the iulatory steps towaid
that ond. No time is set fer Senator
Wolcott's return, but it is known that
ho will not come back boforo this ses
sion of congress closes, as it is on the
program for this congress to authorize
the president to appoint delegates to
an intorntttionr.1 mouotary confeiunce.
iv. Tliuro is a very important political
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of the Giftcinoef
point. The Girtanner
than can be produced
Cobs, Stalks. Manure,
the room north of Mizer's G-rocery Store.
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aspect to Senator Wolcott's trip. In
the opinion ef some of the shrewdest
politicians, the effect of his repot t may
determine tho control of the sonate far
years to como. It is well known in
political circles that it was only the
declaration of the St. Louis platform,
pledging tho republican party te make
an energetio effort to sccute interna
tional bimetallism, that kept eight or
ten senators who aie silver men them
selves, and who represent silver con
stituencies from fvllowiug the example
set by Senator Teller and the other
senators who bolted the St. Louis con
vention. If Senator Wolcott brings
back oven a partially favorable report,
these sonators are expected to bo sat
isfied to remain as they are, but sup
pose ho repoits international bimetall
ism to bo an impossibility under exist
ing circumstances? Then what will
they do? Should they Join the bolters,
the republicans would be in a decided
minority in the senato for a long time.
A number of silver sonators have
agreed that every nomination of a gold
man to succeed a removed silver man
sent to tho senato shall be held up, and
as the republicans have a direct in
terest in seeing this agreement carried
out, it can bo put down as reasonably
certain that a number of men now
drawing ofllclal salaries, by reason of
having been uominated during the
congressional recess, will cease to do
so en the 3rd of March, because of the
failuro of tho sonato to confirm their
What congress will do about Ouba is
atill to bo soon, but tho administration
has left nobody iu doubt about its posi
tion. Its latest act was to relnforco
tho naval and revenue marino vessels
engaged in patrolling tho coast of
Florida to stop llllibustom from going
to Cuba, by ordering the cruiser
CLOUD, NEBRASKA, JAN. 8, 1897.
at the same time avoid-
from forty to sixty per
by any other method.
sawdust, weeds, u-arbage, jjjto., instead 01 coal or wood.
Koehrsperger-Hallam floating go,,
TTOIITI OT flffOTIT
vim6 &vu u.
Vesuvius, and the dispatch boat Dol
phin to proceed with all speod to jetn
tho patrol squadron. This isn't calcu
lated to seethe the feeling of (befriends
of Cuba iu congress who have all along
been of the opiiion that this govern
ment was unnecessarily active in its
efforts to prevent fllllbusteiing; nor is it
calculated to help those who have been
working hard during this recess to
bring the most fiery senators around to
a conservative view of the Cuban ques
tion. On the contrary, it is calculated
to cause peoplo to attach more impor
tance to rumors cabled from Spain
about Prosideut Cleveland having
promised his assistance to Spain, etc.
Of course everybody knows that this
government is bound by international
law to uso all proper precaution to
prevent the departure of tillibustering
expeditious, but many believe that it
has been eutiroly too vlgilent in that
The house will this week take up and
dispose of the Loud bill depriving
novels and publications other than
regular periodicals and sample copies
of newspapers of tho privilege of being
seut through the mail at pound rates,
and will take up the Pacific Railroad
Funding Bill which will bo voted on
after four days discussion.
A hint has been dropped by a friend
of Senator Sherman which has caused
the belief that ho has been "convinced"
that ho would rather bo secretary of
state under the coming administration
than-to remain in the senate rind be a
candidate for re-election.
Tho old way of delivering mossuges
by post-boys compared with tho modern
telephone, illustrates tho tedious meth
ods of "breaking" colds comparod with
their almost Instantaneous euro by
Ono Minuto Cough Cure. C. L. Cot
The Girtanner Goal Attachment
For Stoves, Furnace and Boilers.
The principles involved in this attachment are very simple. The attach- ?PJ
merit makes the fuel self-feeding and is air-tight. The down draft is also ap- fCfiS
plied, and it burns the smoke and gases before they leave the fire-box. h
Seventy-five per cent of the strength of the fuel ordinarily escapes in the j( ;
smoke. By this method of burning, the tars, pitches and carbons which are con- jg2
tained in the smoke are utilized. It also avoids the gas, smoke and soot which jgf;
is created by the ordinary method of burning coal. $
It gives a larger heating surface and avoids the necessity of making in- g2
tense fires to get the desired temperature. Pj
Physicians recommend the Girtanner Attachments for the general health of $
the home. gggS
Saves 40 per cent on
Consumes the smoke
The down draft and
tar, etc., as fuel.
its own smoke, fire gas and combustion by
Other fuel savers simply arrest the heat without producing p&i
of the same amount of
General Offices, 217
Mrs. Leigh has company visiting her
from Smith Center.
Ed. Cooper of Mt. Hope was in tlse
parts last week buying vp calves.
MertFeara had bad luck during tho
storm Sundav. He lost his mustache.
Jack Marsden had a big dinner New
Years day. Tho time reported was
Everybody waslistouing to hear the
wedding bolls before New Years. Did
you hoar them?
Some of tho farmers nro through
shucking corn and others are put buck
on account of tho snow.
Leap year left quite a farewell stonn
and the hoys are enjoying tho snow
with their band sleds.
The infant child of Mr. and Mrs.
Mert Fearn has been quite sick but is
some better at this writing.
Mr. Aubushon bad nu oyster supper
last Thursday evening and watched
the old year out. All report a good
Mr. and Mrs Guthrie spent a few
days In Kansas lust week. They at
tended the funeral of Fiank Houtalllng
and visited his brothor S.O. Guthtio.
Rov. Wells will preach at tho Penny
Creek school house Sunday evening
January 10 and bible reading the next
Sunday evening, Myrtle Anderson
leader. Everyone invited.
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Koaglo gave a
dinner Now Yeais to a fow invited
guests. The guests were Mr. and Mrs.
Aubushon and family, Charlie, Myrtlo
and Nina Anderson and Ed. Mount
ford. The day was spont in anything
for fun and those that weut for fun
had it. Theya!so gavo n party In the
evening. All bad a good time and no
accidents happened except Leu Guth
rie broke his buggy tongue.
Several of the State creek children
your coal bill.
the scientific principles of utilizing the smoke, gases,
fuel, and uses much cheaper fuel, such as gfhg
aro atteadine: school at Penny creek
this winter. Oarpkt Rauh.
The progressive ladies of Westiield,
Ind., issued a "Woman's Edition," of
the Westfield News, bearing the date
.f April 3, 16M. Tho paper is filled
with matter of interest to women, and
xyu notice the following from a corres
pondent, which the editors printed,
i allzlng that it treats upon a matter
ot vital impertaace te their sex: "The
best remedy for croup, colds and
bronchitis that I have been able to U nd
is Cuamborlain's Cough Remedy, tor
family use it has no equal. I gladly
recommend it." 25 and 60 cent bottles
fer tale by II. E. Grice, Druggist.
The big snow storm tendered the
roads on tbo6tate lino almost impass
able. Mist Sadie Arrants did not get bark
to school on account of tho storm. cr3
MissLucy 'Poland is on tho sick list.
Mr. Arrant's folks spent New Year's
day with Mr. Small's folks.
Mr. Gregory spent Friday night and
Saturday with Mr. 'Poland .
Tho meeting at Maple Grove has
boon greatly hindered by the storm.
Mr. Fishburn lost throe horses in the
slnlks last week.
Mr. Will Fishburn is home from col
lege at Texarkaua, Texas.
Mothers whose children are troubled
with bad colds, croup or whooping
cough, will do well to read what Dr.
R. E. Roboy, of Olnoy, Mo says on
this subject. He writes; "For years
we have used Chamberlain's Cough
Romedy, ' and always keep it In the
house. It is regarded in our family as
a specitic for all kinds of colds and
coughs. The 25 and GO cent bottles for
sale by 11. E. Grice, Druggist.
nun Ami tTmrTwuiuiiij
burning them and
M id-Winter Holiday Bates.
For Christmas and New Year holi
days, will sell tickets to points within
8M miles at rate of fare and third for
round trip. Minimum soiling i aloof
Datos of Kale Doc-ember 24th, t 26th,
and 81st, 1890 and January 1st, 1897;
final return limit Jantiao 4l1'. 189?,
A. Conovkr, Agt.
k Miserable Condition.
Doctors Could Not Believe.
CUltED by One Bottt.
Dtor Sir .-In M87 1 had been aaictod with
acompllcatlonot ailment lncludlif pain In
left tide, kidney and bladder trouble
and leucorrhoea. I loat lean and became to
mlaerable that I could not be around. In
tola dlatroaaed condition I Bought the aid of
an eminent physician, but he did npt aeem to
be able to And a romedy that would reach
Bj; caw. and I received no benolt.
Finally I was advised to try your Kidney
and Backache Cure. I felt belter the Oral
day after beginning IU uao. Within three
days I was much bolter and by the time one
iSitifS- tekeP ! wai .WV relieved, A
Hint return a few months later waa cured
by one-half bottlo of same.7' No return since.
FOR SALE BY O. L. COPPING.
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