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Ann Arbor Electrc Company

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Parent Issue
Day
9
Month
June
Year
1897
Copyright
Public Domain
OCR Text

Electric Light --THE BEST Some of the Advantages of Electric Light: Cubic feet Cubic feet of Heat produeed In of air carbouic acid 1 lb Watt's raised vitiated. produced. Io Fahrenheit. 12 c. p. Incandescent Lamp None. None. 13 8 12 c. p. Gas Light 345.25 3.21 278.6 12 c. p. Kerosene Lamp 376.30 3.54 . 232.6 Some of the Disadvantages of Gas: Air consumed. Carbonic Acid thrown off. Heat. Unsteadiness of Light. Freezing Pipes. Danger of Suffocation. Humidity. Danger from use of Matches. Ceilings Blackened. Water and Air in Pipes. Snlphur thrown off. Metals and Gildings Tarnished. Ammonia thrown off. Sulphuretted Hydrogen thrown off. Gas cannot be iuverted to throw light down. None of these Disadvantages Accompany Electric Lighting. In general the Incandescent Electric Light is mnch healthier and much more conveuient to use than any other method of lightiug, and is more economical for amouut of light furnished than gas. Electricity for all kinds of Power. Electricity for Heating. If you need Light Apply to

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Ann Arbor Courier