MORE APPRECIATION OF FIRE AND WATER ENGINEERING.
“After reading your journal for several years, I sincerely say that it is the most valuable publication for firemen of all grades I have ever seen. I would not be without it for anything, as long as I am connected with a fire department.
“T. H. FIQUET, Chief, Honey Grove, Tex., fire department.”
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“M. R. KELLEY, Dayton, Ohio.”
“1 am sorry to inform you that the administration of this city has been changed, and I have been let out as fire chief. I wish to thank you for the great benefits I have received from your paper, as 1 have learned a great deal from it that 1 sho ild never have known, bad I not been a subscriber. 1 have hardly words to express my thanks for the valuable fire news I received. I have been in the fire service for twenty-one years, and for a considerable portion of that time I have learned much relating to the fire service in FIRE AND WATER ENGINEERING, which will prove very useful to me in future. I am, gentlemen, Yours very respectfully, WM. GEHRINGER, Former Chief Ashland, Ky., Fire Department.”