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The commercial. (Union City, Tenn.) 190?-193?, November 06, 1908, Image 3

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Tt will furnish two or three rooms
your house in elegant style.
It will repaint and repair your house
and barn, or build an addition to either.
It will buy the best piano made, or send
your son or daughter to college for a year.
You know the ordinary stove cannot be
made proof against air-leaks, because the
joints are plastered with stove putty.
As soon as the putty dries up, and falls
out, the air is sucked in through the cracks
and the gases which should be burned,
and a large part of the heat escape up
the chimney.
; Poor radiating surface and leaky joints
mean many dol
lars' waste In high
priced coal.
Imperfect com
bustion means a
loss of the best
heating half ' of
soft coal, the Gas
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for heating a riven apace
than any bate burner made .
with the same size tire-pot. ,
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Twelve years contfl
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full of the cheapest coal, costing one cent, holds act
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the manufacturers guarantee at prices oom
from $10 and up. tlal
ASK FOR. FREE
Our free booklet on scientific combustion w.
and tell you how to heat your home twice as coi
If you wanK
lee a saving of one-third in fuel, over any lower draft stove of the same size,
soft coal, lignite or slack.
itee Cole's Hot Blast to use less hard coal for heating a given space than
injjtbase burner made with same size fire pot.
Jtee that the rooms can be heated from one to two hours each , morning with
kcoal put in the stove' the evening beiore. r;
stove will hold fire with soft coal from Saturday evening until
thout attention.
day and night, with soft coal, hard coal or lignite.
to remain absolntely air-tight as long as used.
feed Mors to be smoke and dust proof.
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