The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 20, 1899 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, September 20, 1899
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THE t>ES MOINJE8* ALGONA, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1899, PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF HUMANITY. Fall Btllletltl lsf ullof facts-nothing but fatfts— and it treats o± the two most important necessities of every household- the Cook Stove and the Heater-two articles in which every family in Kossuth county is interested. . believed when we dropped every other make of stove and put in a full line of Buck's that we were getting as good a stove as it was sible to make to offer to our customers, and we are now fully convinced of the fact, for over TK t?«^ji- ^ in Aleona and vicinitv are now sounding their praises in a manner that shows conclusively that they give univer- * O r UttlllieS ona sa j satisfaction may be among this list of users j of Buck's Stoves and Ranges, i Ask him how he likes it. We '11 j warrant he will tell you that he 'si glad he bought a BUCK'S. This i is not a complete list of all who' are using BUCK'S Stoves and Ranges, but among them you will find the names of many who are noted for their good sense and judgment: Matt Osterbauer, Gardner Cowles, Wm K Ferguson, Eugene Tel Her, E. Palmer, W H Liic.y M B Chupin, H Coombs, ,. •••„•• Cong'l Church Soc, O C Walker, GeoNichol), Chubb Bros, Henry Johnson, M F Randall, Joe Zanke, Mrs Christine, J R Bright, Geo Butts, Sexton A A Call, Henry Rist, Mrs A Lorenz, Mrs P Kiiin, Wrn PaeU, Sexton Frank Cairy, J. Nelson, Lynn Keith, C M Doxsee, Wm Nelson, Wm H Inghnm, Buck's Steel Range is absolutely first class in every respect. In material, workmanship, and finish it cannot be excelled. It \vill more than many class ranges. weigh 200 Ibs so-called first- They Take So Little Fuel Here is •/ THE i.n« A J Driiyton, J M Moore, Fen ton Guy Grove, A Bo]linger, H Johnson, Buffalo Geo Urch, J A Broivnell, (2) Fred Pompe, Charley Walker, A.TLee, Irving-ton, C A Foster, Perry Burlingame, Jus Jone.s, Frank Donovan, Math Kelley, Wesley Robinson, Harvey Ward, S H Pettibone, E R Cooke. Wm Mull.icn, John Stork's, C R Lewis, M E Church Soc, D Stufflick, Sexton E B Cooke, Burt J Manning, Sexton H O Mn(son, Chas Nolte, Ed Kuhn. Fenton, la., Sept. u, 1899. M. Doxsee, Algona, Iowa.— Dear i fyi»- Sir: The Buck's steel range we | \K/HITE. Its ventillated fire back allows a current of heated cm ^ u U w over the top of the fire, thus burning the gas and smoke of the soft coal and changing it into heat. With this feature alone we guarantee to do one-third more work with a Buck's Range with tlie same number of pounds of coal than can be done with any other steel range—while the fire backs are practically everlasting. With a Buck's Range you can heat your oven in 10 minutes from the time you start a fire. You can bake biscuits in 3 minutes. You Can Save One-half Your Fuel. bought from you two years ago has given entire satisfaction, and we do not hesitate to recommend it to anyone in need of a stove. As well as being economical in the use of fuel it is certainly an ornament to any kitchen. Yours respectfully, J. M. MOORE. is the expression of everyone who is using a Buck's stove or range. One man says that he does not use more than one-half the fuel that he did before he bought a Buck's, and that his wife can bake bread with two sticks of stove wood. Is it any wonder that they "brag" a little about their Buck's stoves? You would do the same thing if you had one. Let us show you wherein the Buck's is different from ordinary stoves. The stove itself will convince any sensible man of its superior merits, and after you see it if you are still skeptical you can take one and try it for O^N ,3 f\ -TT-Q a "d if it is not satisfactory bring &^ tlo/j' O j t back and W£ will pay money without any questions. WHITE. , ENAMEL Testimony of a few of the people who are 'using Buck's Stoves and Ranges. They are all well known in'the county : Alfjomi, .(own, Si..pi.. 4, 1899.—C. M. Doxsi'o, Alyorni, l.mvn — Dear Sir: i havo Menu usiny- a Buck's cook stove i- IH01, a ml in Una, l,itm< hti .vi- u than $1 for repairs*. The lire s as yood lodny MM it u:is ,H yciirs . It/IN ti pri-frct, huki'c, imd my 8 years' I'.xpi'riciu-p with il has convinced nie tliiil. ii. rcqinri.s bnl. furl. Porn pi'rfiT.t sinvi- I ciimiol recommend it I !•<><> highly. CHAS. l'\ NOLTK. in every way back your A Long Is made to Sexton, Iowa, Sept. 1, 1809.— C. M. Doxsee, Algona, Iowa.— Dear Sir: The Buck's Steel Range I bought of you three years ago is the best stove I have had in my use for the last 22 years, and I have used eight different kinds. It is perfect in every re- CHANEL . spect; saves fuel and is a Yours very truly, No. 1 baker. WM. PAETZ. of BUCK'S Stoves, adorns the westj side of our store-! room. They are beauties, with their heavy, durable castings and their I white enameled oven doors and racks. Fire backs and all castings guaranteed to be perfect, and best of all they are just as good as they look. They are ideal bakers, and being constructed of nothing but the best of gray pig iron (not an ounce of scrap being used) they will outwear any other stove made. We have all kinds and sizes, so no one, however small his means, need buy anything but a Buck on account of price. —A— HIGH 6LA5& |HARD COAL 'BASE. Maintain the Reputation of their whole line of stoves. For beauty of finish, for durability, for heating properties it stands at the head of heating stoves. It is false economy to buy an unknown make of stove just because it happens to be two or three dollars cheaper. Buck's stoves have been made for 50 YEARS, and the reason they stand at the head today is because they have been made as good as it is possible to make a stove. Jrvii:/r|,on. Jmvii, Sept. U, IS!)!).—O. M. Doxsen—Dear Sir: The. Buck's range 1 boi.ij.-lil, of you liiwt winter is a. perfect balccr, mid for {rcneriil purposes it beats tiny stovu or rnnge I have; ever seen. I have not bought more thiin half the coal that I havo other season*. Yours '•1'ul.v, JOHN LEIGH. Algonii, Iowa, Sept. 8, 189!).—C. M. Doxsee, Alg-omi, Imvn— Dear Sir: Replying to your inquiry if I lil<e the Bunk's nuiir,, which you placed in our lionise l:isi fall, T should say I did. We novel' hud a sl.ovu thai, bn'iujd .so nicely and vvil.h so little fuel MS this nnc does. We jiro not usintr morn than one-half the fue.l that wo did, mid 'we oiin hake broad with two slicks of stove wood. Wo would not wish to own a better stove, MATTHEW Union Twp., Sept. fi.—O. M. Doxsee, Alf,'iiii», Iowa—Dear Sir: In regard to the Buck's sl.eisl ninij-c. which 1. bought of you lust fall I would say Unit T am like the man who set out ari apple orchard of 1,000 treiiw, of which 99!) were to he Jeniton's. Upon being- asked what tho other one was lo lie, ho replied: " Well, it will !>,; a Jeiiiton loo." Were I lo buy another stove it would bu a Buck's too. I Uiiuk it is perfect In every resnoofc. Il, in a grand baker and a t>-real, saver of fuel; at least T find s °. O. E. WALKER. , Iowa, Sept. 4, 1899.—O. M. Doxsee, Algona, Iowa.—Dear Sir: I have used one of your Buck's steel rung-es for over 3 yours. 1 nrn well pleased with it. It is perfect in every respect. MBS. M. B. UHAPIN. COLE'S HOT BLAST HEATER. Oa,zi tiki© of "2"o-u.r 3DIeco:rrten.t ^ 4th season in selling this marvelous heating stove promises to be the largest that we have ever experienced This is because more than 50 stoves have been used long enough in this vicinity to more than prove every claim that w^make lo^t-that it will hold fire longer and give more heat with 1-3 less fuel than any other soft coal heater. Ask your neighbor about it ^e ha° one The Kind Words spoken for Cole's Hot Blast Air Tight Heaters by people who are using them would, more than cover this whole page. It is such a marvelous heater that they cannot quit talking about it. Is not this a fact, Mr. Neighbor, to the man who has a Coles Hot Blast Heater? Here are some verbatim replies we have received to the question " How do you like your Cole's Hot Blast?" One customer said, "We never had a stove before that we felt absolutely sure would hold fire and keep our house warm when we wanted to leave it for the day." Another said, "I used a Cole's Hot Blast Heater last winter, kept two office rooms warm, and paid out loss than $10 for coal." Still another, " I put in a few cobs at night before going to bed and had a good lire in the morning; it takes the least fuel of any heating stove I ever saw." Another, " I would not take £,'25 for my stove if I could not get another." Another, " I am running my stove with a bushel of cobs a day, and keep steady heat." People who are still using; the old-style Oalc heater, that alternately roasts and t'ruexos. and which will not hold fire all night unless you feed it throe times as much fuel as you ought, may think these expressions come from the man who makes the stoves in order to sell them, but a week's trial of one and you will make bolder statements than these. These Cool Mornings You need a little fire—not enough to pay to start your base burner or furnace, but enough " to take the chill off" and preserve the sunshine of your disposition. One of our wood "air tights" will just fill the require- 1 ments. Two or three sticks of wood will last all day. You can keep fire all night if you wish. It burns wood, cobs, and trash. We have them in all sizes, as cheap as We claim for . Cole's Hot Blast Heater That it is the tightest soft coal stove made. That it will hold fire 36 hours without attention. That it will maintain a uniform heat day and night with soft coal. Tlli 'Ue win Vs less fuel than any round oak stove of equal size in heating the same amount of space. That the coal you don't have to buy will pay for the stove in two seasons. That it is the cleanest soft coal stove in use. That it will hold fire all night with corn cobs. These claims are not meaningless statements —we bank them up with an absolute guarantee and pay back your money if the stove does not do all wo claim for it after you have tried it UO days. Cole's Hot Blast Catechism. all night n you $2.50 We have second-hand stoves of every description, hotli soft inid hurd conl, which ... . ,, _, , we will sell ut prices that will rrwko thorn #o. Wo arc determined to null evory Hecotid-lwnd stove we havo Uiiw season. Wo liuvo the ordinary oak stoves, almost as good aw now, which we are offering us low as $5.00 Other second-hand stoves go for $1.50 if you get here before they are gone. Q. What is Cole's Hot Blast Hoater? A. It is a heater made in such a way that. a current of hot air js thrown in on the top ' of the lire, burning up the smoke and gases in soft coal. Q..WU1 it save fuoli A. The company will guarantee that it j will save % the fuel that is used in any otli i er heater. People who havo used 't!ieui I have saved more than one-half their fuel, j Q. How is it possible for this stove to do I the same amount of work with from )/, to j % less fuel tlmn other stoves j A. In soft coal there is 44 per cent, gus; !!9 percent, fixod carbon; Ordinary stoves burn the carbon but allow the gas to escape up the fluo. Cola's Hot Blast introduces u current of air in at the top of tho stove, carries it through a cast tube and discharges it on the top of tho lire. This air, coming in contact with the gas, causes it to burn. It saves a product of soft coal and changes it into heat that in ordinary stoves goes up the chimney. Q. Will it hold lire all night? A. It will hold lire SO hours with one hod full ol coal. It will hold lire all night with corn cobs. Q. Can you keep an even heat with it? A. You can regulate it BO perfectly that you can keep as steady a heat with soft coal as you can with hard coal in a first- class hard coal stove, and with one-half the expense. (J. Where can I see one of these stoves in operation? A. There are over 50 in use in this vicinity. Your neighbor probably has one. If not you can seo one at the hardware store ot C.M. Doxsee, who will let vou take it pu trial for 30 days, and if you are not satisfied with it you can brjug it back and lie will pay you back your money. Said by the Users. He Saved Half His Fuel. Union Twp., Oct. 5, 1898.— C. M. Doxsoe, Algona, Iowa.—Dear Sir: The Cole's Hot Blast Air Tight lioater I bought of you last winter is the best heater I ever had. I warmed the same rooms that I did with my oak stove in previous winters vvitli only one-half of the fuel. It keeps a steady, oven heat and holds fire all night without any trouble. Joisi, TAYI.OU. Burned Cobs All Winter. Burt, Iowa. Oct. 7, 1898.—C. M. Doxsee, Algona, Iowa.—Dear Sir: The Cole's Hot Blast Air Tight heater I bought of you last winter is a splendid heater. I ran it nearly all winter with cobs alone, which gave an oven heat. I hud no trouble in keeping lire till night with cobs. It is certainly an economical heater. H. C. KLAMP. 30 DAYS* Saves the Price of His Stove Throe Times in Fuel. Wesley, Iowa, Sept. 8, 1S99.—C. M. Box- see. Algona, Iowa.—Dear Sir: Replying to yours of the (ith inst. would say that the No. 180 medium sized Cole's Hot Blast Ail- Tight heater which I bought for my store last winter, warmed our store room 33x75 feet for $1B,40. The previous winter our coal bill was $04 with a No. 7 . If you put the Cole's Hoi Blast hunters out on trial, they are sold evory time. There is nothing better, as you can regulate the heat as you want it. Yours truly, BUM Cuts Down the Fuel BUI. Algona, Iowa, Sept. 14, 1899—C. M. Dox- 860—Dear Sir:. Toe proof of the pudding is in the eating. We put a Cole's Hot Blust Heater (34 inch) ia the U. 1). M. office last winter, and I believe we thereby cut our fuel bill in two in the middle, it holds flro »11 night like ^ hard coal stove, fit the same time radiating heat enough to keep the room w»vm. In the morning we simply open the upper draft-r-tlie stove does the vest. It is toe kind of soft coal heuter wo hud long been looking for. ft. B. W4B8BN, more than we cldm for jt We se " for cash ' M return at vJuLj jTjLl

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