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- DICKSON RANGES i ARE WIDELY USED Quality Products Manufactured : By Early : Foundry . ; Company ;V INDUSTRY IS . FLOURISHING Combination ' Coal and Gas ' Range New Creation; At - V taining Popularity ' The Early Foundry Company Is one of tho - flour'shlng i. - : tr'js of Northeastern Pemsylvunia. It,, does not seem lorg since the firm c mmenced the manufacture of stoves In Dickson City, yet today they have one of the largest and most modern quipped stove foundries In Pennsylvania. , The amazing growth ofjthis industry during the past decade is an excellent testimonial to the pra&.ess'veness of the Early brothers.. Comprising the Industry 's an up - t te foundry, enameling plant, nickel plating plant, large assembling room, sheet metal de -, V o large warehouses and a fl t of delivery trucks in service, factors Tor Success - Knowing' how to make good stoves and betlevlng and practicing courtesy and service, have been Imp rtant fac tors responsible - in a large degree for the Ternar' le s - ' cess that has followed the activities of the concern over the p riod of its existence. Dit' - 'on ranges and Oak heaters are sold exclusively through Dickson deal ers. Orders a'rj deliverei' direct to the stores of local dealers and shipments to distant points made via the best and quickest routes. This necessitates trucking considerable of their products to Scranton for shipment over roads that do not run into Dickson City. All shipment for New England and the metropolitan districts of New York a routed out of Scranton Sales Are Increasing ' The popularity of tl ' Dickson Ranges is best demonstrated by the great public demand for them. There ar. mo. e - Dickson Stoves sold 1 Pennsylvania than any other make stove, an - 1 this demAnd is spreadin , and developing in sections of New York State, : Tew Jersey and Connecticut. The latest creation of this company the Dickson Combination Coal and Gas Range which has p'roven a worthy addition to tl.e celebrated line of Dick son coal stoves, and since its advent it has found a ready market in the metropolitan districts. Those, in the stove trade well informed on the construction of coal and gas combination ranges, asseit that for utility, convenience, appearance, service" and economy the Dickson is far ahead of any other type coal and gas combination range in the market. i The coal ranges have been recently redressed..' The outside castings are now all made from plain patterns, with no bolts shown and the door catches all concealed on the inside. The new ranges have the same fire - box and flue - construction i.S the old Dickson Range. These have been retained for' the reason that It Is these features that have helped to place the Dickson Range in a class by itBelf for baking and burning. All Dickson Ranges can be furnished in plain black or enameled in attractive colors of gray, blue or brown. ! 1

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  1. The Scranton Republican,
  2. 21 Dec 1925, Mon,
  3. Page 25

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