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New-York tribune. [volume] (New York [N.Y.]) 1866-1924, October 08, 1922, Image 91

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"A Single
Burner Keeps the
Whole Dinner Hot"
On the smooth, enclosed surface of this
latest type of range, 6 or 7 things can
be cooking at a time with but three
burners going. A single burner will
keep a whole dinner hot.
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COMTACr CftBUtfE? GAS EAMCES
Think of the possible saving of gas!
Then consider these other features:
Fifty per cent greater cooking area
in less space.
A top that is hot all over. More heat
is utilized for cooking.
Small vessels can be pushed back with?
out tipping.
Burners are protected from popping
grease and "boiling over."
As easily kept clean as a table top.
The new, comfort height prevents
stooping and back aches.
Quick, economical broiler. The oven
bakes as welt on top as on the bottom.
Good looking. Finely finished. Dur?
ably made. Rust resisting. Sanitary
construction throughout.
Equipped with oven heat regulator if
desired.
REMEMBER!
You cannot get Smooth
top results by placing a
solid top on your range.
There is only one
Smoothtop, and that is
scientifically constructed
for this purpose.
It's the VufrSAM
See the Special Smoothtop demonstration of three
vessels steaming with but one burner going.
AT ANY GAS OFFICE
Or at Our Display Rooms
WM. M. CRANE CO., 16-20 W. 32d St., New York City
1882
1922
Heat
Power
As electric light has ^?H^
?^S3A S??t?"S the home doubly attractive to every member
of the family
The New York Edison Company
At Your Service
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