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A better arrangement would be to so provide for ventilation in the structure of the church that the foul air shall be constantly passing out and fresh air shall be constantly supplied; but in the absence of such an arrangement the sexton or janitor should, in the way here suggested, thoroughly ventilate the church eriifice after each service.

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