John Ellmore Tests His Ash Burning Invention

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John Ellmore Tests His Ash Burning Invention - JALWS COAL ASfl EXPERT MADE TEST i {Gave a...
JALWS COAL ASfl EXPERT MADE TEST i {Gave a Demonstration at Ellis' ward, administered reelected. Monday Mill of How to Save Coal. TOURING TOWNS IN VICINITY Indiana oa Thursday entertained real inventor in the person of John Ellmore, the Altoona shoemaker has worked ont a compound for with coal ashes and osicg with again in order to keep down tbe bills. Mr. Ellmore came from and, after spending some time here z he moved on to Puoxsntawney. While in Indiana Mr. Ellmore eight or ten boars at Ellis' mill, year, he explained his invention number of demonstrations. "Yank" Meade gave Mr. Eilmore entire of the engine room and tbe cobble-inventor cobble-inventor kept the furnace full of coal, ashes and his own compound. Tbe steam pressure was kept op the required gaage for this large despite tbe fact that tbe Altoona man, wbo gained such great fame two years ago,was occasionally piling in ashes and his mixture when would have used more coal. There were time?, however, wben tbe strangers assembled for the demonstration demonstration lost faith in the coal man and feared that tbe fire would go out. Mr. Eilmore's claims to coal and keep down the smoke by mixiag bis compound with tbe black diamonds were proven to tbe satisfaction satisfaction of almost everyone. At tbe boiler boose of the Latrobe Steam Laacdry some days ago Mr. Ellmore, with tbe steam gnage registering registering sixty-five pounds, toot charge of the firing, and by using half coai an-3 half ashes, together with fcia at being F. University of of the Wic- con- not pressure Div. . . , , , , nsing no coa! at all, and for a of 25 zzioutea he held the gunge at !" poands, before it began to pound, he raised the steam to 100 pounds, and held it there oat variation, for 90 minutes, simply ing half ashes and coal as fuel. then tried the use of coal ashes Bad Attack of Dysentery Cored. · : A n honored citizen of this was =u5ering from a severe attack dysentery. He told a friend if he QoiT.a. obtain a bottle of the | Colic. Cnolera aod Diarrhoea be feb confident of being cared, pe i he having used this remedy in to j Wess. He was tola that I j stoci and lost no time in and was promptly cured,'' says Leach, druggist, of Wolcott. Vs. For sa'e by all druggists. crap, j

Clipped from The Indiana Gazette29 May 1908, FriPage 1

The Indiana Gazette (Indiana, Pennsylvania)29 May 1908, FriPage 1
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