National Geographic : 1915 Jul
If you buy coal, you'll be glad to read this: "I have 14 rooms and all are heated from the Underfeed furnace at a uniform temperature. I have no gas or smoke, and it gives perfect satisfaction. I use buckcweat hard coal in my furnace. My coal bills for the past year have not exceeded $30 where last year I heated only 6 rooms and it cost me over $60. There are not nearly as many ashes as from other furnaces. We feed our UNDERFEED furnace morning and evening in severe weather. At one time this spring when the weather was some what mild, it ran for a week without any care, and still there was fire." (Signed) MRS. CARRIE G. YAPLES, 239 Oak St., Binghampton, N. Y. How It Does It There is always a hot fire on top of the coals in the New-Feed UNDERFEED. Fresh coal is fed from below! The fire never has to fight its way to the top. All smoke, gas and soot which must pass up through the fire are consumed and transformed into heat! The coal wit dirt thr Adapted Abo FEED Nothing principle principle 2828 F 0 .I L*M N UT NE -F E COAL. .. Get This Free Book UNDERFEED burns the cheaper grades of Itwill ave you many an hour, and many a dollar. h wonderful ease and success. No smoke or "From Overfed to Under ough the house. Few ashes. No clinkers, feed" tells why we can guar to warm air, steam or hot water. antee a saving of 50% in your coal bills. It also inter y of 12 can operate the New-Feed UNDER- estingly describes the won derful principle and con with "expert" results. Nothing complicated, struction of the New-Feed to go wrong. No stooping. The operating UNDERFEED. Send the is as simple and effective as the coal-feeding coupon today-NOW-for real home and pocket com r fort next winter. The Williamson Heater Co. Formerly the Peck-Williamson Co. Fifth Avenue Ccicinnati. Ohio THE AMERICAN SUGAR REFINING CO. ADDRESS: 117 WALL ST. N .Y . ^tr^ 1 '