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Eclipse 

STOVES 





CATALOG NUMBER 26 

Illustrating and Describing 
Cast and Steel Ranges, Cast 
Cooks, Heating Stoves for 
Coal and Wood and School 
Heating Apparatus 



THE ECLIPSE STOVE COMPANY 

MANSFIELD, O. 



The 
Eclipse Stove Company 



MAIN OFFICE 
AND FACTORY 

MANSFIELD, O. 



General Agencies 



KNAPP & SPENCER CO., Sioux City, Iowa. 

THE A. J. HARWI HARDWARE CO., Atchison, Kansas. 

HARPER & McINTIRE CO., Ottumwa, Iowa. 

CUTLER HARDWARE CO., Waterloo, Iowa. 

STREVELL-PATERSON HARDWARE CO., Salt Lake City, Utah. 

GREER & LAING, Wheeling, W. Va. 

SPENCE MFG. CO., St. Paul, Minnesota. 



A large and well assorted stork is carried by our General Agencies 
who are in a position to furnish the trade in their territories with any of 
the stoves shown, promptly. Shipments to these points are made in car 
lots, thus saving the customer the extra freight, lessening the liability 
of breakage in transportation and insuring more prompt delivery than if 
shipped direct from Mansfield in less than car lots. All orders and 
inquiries for catalogs or prices should be sent to these agencies. A re- 
quest addressed to any of them will receive the same immediate attention 
that would be given it if sent to the home office at Mansfield. 



Be The Eclipse Salesman 

EACH year a new Eclipse catalog is produced in order 
to show our agents and prospective agents the ma ay 
new things that we have done and to point out the 
numerous improvements we've made in the old things. 

The merits of Eclipse products are presented also, so that 
those who are not already Eclipse agents will find it desirable 
to become such and information about the stoves is given in 
clear, concise form as an aid in ordering and to make the 
understanding of their many excellent features easier. 

Even a hurried glance through this latest catalog will be 
fresh proof of our continued success in stove building, for 
there are brand new stoves, new designs for old stoves, new 
ideas that help appearances and new features for economy, 
durability and convenience. 

But we want you to give this catalog more than a hurried 
glance. Take it home with you some evening when you can 
sit down and go through it without being influenced by the 
opinions of others. Compare Eclipse stoves point by point 
with others — values are determined only by comparison. 

When you have given these stoves careful study we know 
you'll agree with us when we say that no better stoves can be 
gotten anywhere at the same price and few so good at any 
price. Going into this matter carefully means that you'll 
sell these Eclipse stoves to yourself — you'll become our sales- 
man in two senses; first, when you become convinced that 
Eclipse stoves are absolutely right, and second when you in 
turn convince your prospects that they are right. 

We are helping sell Eclipse stoves in the. best way possible 
which is by going to the actual user of stoves — to the 
housewife. This is accomplished by farm paper and news- 
paper advertising; by the use of signs, banners, letters, mov- 
ing picture slides, booklets and circulars. 

But we must have salesmen to close up the deals that are 
started through these channels and that's where the pro- 
gressive dealer comes in. We want a good live salesman in 
every town. If you aren't already that man for your locality 
write us. We'll give you all the details — but before you 
know about the plan you should know about the stoves. 
Read the catalog carefully — then you'll become our salesman. 



Eclipse 




(Patent applied for) 



THESE FEATURES MAKE SELLING EASY 

The HOT-ALL-OVER Top 

(Patent applied for) 

No feature of range construction has appealed so strongly to the housewife 
as has the Hot-All-Over Top, a device found only on ranges of Eclipse make. 
With it all the heat can be concentrated under the top of the range when- 
ever desired and the oven can be kept cool. Note in the illustration of the 

"Eclipse Way" that the Hot- 
All-Over Top plate deflects the 
flames and causes the heat to 
pass under all six lids before 
escaping. 

In the "Old Way" as illus- 
trated below, the flames pass 
almost directly out the flue and 
only three lids are hot enough 
for cooking. 

When the advantages of this 
remarkable Eclipse device are 
pointed out to the housewife she will at once realize its desirability, for she 
knows how provoking it is when she has several things to cook or when 
she wants to prepare a big meal quickly — to be handicapped by having 
only three lids on her range hot enough for use. 

Particularly in the summer time when she wants to cook or iron and keep 
as cool as possible, it's unpleasant to have to heat up the oven in order to 
get the top of the range hot. Her kitchen is made uncomfortable and fuel 
is wasted. 

But unless she has an Eclipse range she can do nothing else, for in all 
ordinary ranges, as shown in the illustration, the flames skip half the top, 
pass almost directly out and only three lids are heated. To heat the entire 
top it is necessary to pass the flames around the oven. 

In Eclipse ranges this is unnecessary for all the heat passes under all six 
lids whether on its way around the oven or out the flue. 

Aside from the convenience and comfort of not having to heat the oven in 
order to get the top hot, there Is also a big saving in fuel. It takes quite 
a lot of additional fuel to make fire enough to heat the oven and this is saved 
for the whole top can be made hot and the oven remain cool as desired. 
This exclusive Eclipse device has sold more ranges than any feature on any 
rrnge. Housewives appreciate it at once and will insist upo n it if you 
bring it to their attention. 
It gives their range a double 
cooking capacity, that is, makes 
six lids hot enough for cooking 
instead of three, and in addi- 
tion it insures comfort, gives 
leisure hours, and saves fuel. -old way- 

Only Three Lids Hot 







Eclipse 




THESE FEATURES MAKE SELLING EASY 

The HOT BLAST Fire Box 

Investigation shows that 38% of the heat energy in soft coal is wasted when 
burned under ordinary conditions — the largest item of waste being un- 
burned gases that escape up the flue in smoke. 

Oxygen is required for combustion and the lack of it causes the gases to es- 
cape rather than burn. 
It is in adding just the 
proper amount of oxy- 
gen that the Eclipse 
Hot - Blast Fire - Box 
makes its big saving. 

The arrows in the illus- 
tration indicate the cur- 
rents of heated air that 
are introduced just 
above the flames. This '^^^i 

air carries the oxygen that is needed to 
make the gases burn and instead of es- 
caping they ignite, giving off heat and making a saving of at least 25% in fuel. 
The gas that comes from partially burned coal and usually escapes is car- 
bon monoxide (monoxide meaning one part of oxygen), a dangerous gas. 
But when more oxygen is added this becomes carbon dioxide (dioxide mean- 
ing two parts of oxygen), a gas that will burn. Introducing this heated air 
over the flames changes the carbon monoxide to dioxide, causes combustion 
and gets more heat value from the fuel. It is a big economy feature. 

The ADJUSTABLE DAMPER 

In old-style ranges having only the flop damper, the draft is either full on 
or entirely off. If the damper is up the fire is dead; if down, it burns 
briskly. There is no way to control the flames. 

With the Eclipse Adjustable Damper as much or as little draft as desired 
can be given the fire. This is particularly convenient in starting fires, but its 
greatest advantage comes in controlling the oven heat while baking. With 

old-style ranges there is no way to 
cool the oven except by opening the oven 
door, which means that the baking may 
be spoiled. 

With the Adjustable Damper this is easy 
and safe. Instead of keeping the damper 
tightly closed so that all the heat passes 
around the oven it can be opened slightly 
allowing a portion of the flames to pass 
Eclipse Adjustable Damper directlv out the flue. Any desired tem- 

(Hot-AH-Over Top Strip partly broken awav) . i i ,i j • 

(Patent applied f6r) ' perature is insured by the device. 





Eclipse 

THESE FEATURES MAKE SELLING EASY 

One Grate for Coal or Wood 

Eclipse ranges are equipped with a duplex grate which burns hard coal, 
soft coal, wood or other fuel. The upper illustration shows the grate ar- 
ranged for burning coal or coke, and below the wood burning position is 
shown A change from coal to wood or vice versa is easily made by simply 

reversing the grate by a half 
turn of the crank. When ar- 
ranged for wood the fire-box is 
Mm longer than when in the coal 
burning position and will take 
an extra long stick of 
^3^ wood. This is done by 
m removing the end linings which 
^ lift out easily without the use 
of tools. 

A Durable Fire -Box 

The fire-boxes on Eclipse ranges are constructed on scientific principles and 
are correct in size, shape and weight. In many ranges the fire-boxes are 
so deep that to boil a kettle of water requires a big fire This wastes fuel 
and the heavy firing soon destroys the linings. The Eclipse fire-box is 
deep enough but not too 
deep and it is oval in 
shape with no dead cor- 
ners to collect ashes and 
cause the linings or grates 
to burn out. The iron 
used is of special quality 
and if not abused the fire- 
box will last for years. 

Accurate Thermometer 

A thoroughly reliable and accurate thermometer is furnished on all Eclipse 
ranges, and all prices quoted include this feature. It is entirely encased in 
steel to protect the delicate working parts. The thermometer becomes really 
practical on Eclipse ranges because of the control of the oven heat made 
possible by the Eclipse Adjustable Damper. 



Sectional Cover 

Every Eclipse range is equipped with a sectional 
cover which permits cooking utensils of different 
sizes to be exposed to the direct action of the flames. 




GRATE REVERSED FOR WOOD. 




EclipsE" 
these features make selling easy 

Castings of Pure Iron 

The castings for all Eclipse ranges and also for all the heating stoves are 
made from a carefully prepared mixture of the best Northern and Southern 
pig irons, blended together. This assures strong, durable, quick heating 
castings that will not twist and warp out of shape. 

The charging of the cupola is under the supervision of an expert chemist 
and metallurgist. The mixtures are made on analysis basis only and tests 
are made from every heat thus assuring the highest quality of metal ob- 
tainable. 

Bodies of Special Steel 

The bodies of Eclipse steel ranges and of the heaters also are made of a 
special quality of steel that conforms to standards which years of manu- 
facturing have demonstrated to be the best. This steel has a highly durable 
polish all its own; is not affected by climatic conditions and will withstand 
the ravages of rust for a long period. 

Smooth Castings Save Labor 

Instead of the deep carving and gingerbread work that has been char- 
acteristic of all stove manufacturing in the past, Eclipse stoves are now 
made in plain form with but little ornamentation. The castings instead of 
being cut up with designs are smooth and plain; there is nothing to catch 
dirt or hold it. A damp cloth rubbed over these plain, sanitary castings 
is all that is necessary for cleaning and the housewife can spend in leisure 
the time she used to put in keeping her range respectable looking. With 
an occasional coat of blacking Eclipse stoves can be kept looking like new, 
and unsightly grease-filled crevices no longer worry the woman who takes 
pride in her kitchen. 

Attractive Appearance 

In the past there has been a general idea that in order to get strength it is 
necessary to sacrifice beauty — this is far from true. In Eclipse stoves you 
will find staunch and lasting construction combined with graceful lines 
and unusually handsome appearance. They are designed by men who have 
specialized in building stoves that not only are thoroughly dependable, but 
artistic as well. Nickeled trimmings are combined with the smooth black 
castings in just the right proportions to insure that simplicity that always 
accompanies a high standard of quality. 



Eclipse 



JOY ECLIPSE CAST RANGE 

Illustrated pages 9, 10, 11, 12 and 13 

For economy, durability, convenience and attractive appearance the JOY 
ECLIPSE cannot be surpassed. It is a large handsome, strictly high-grade range 
built for the buyer who wants the best. No attractive feature or practical device that 
would make the JOY better has been omitted, and it has many economical and con- 
venient features not found in other ranges. No range so good is offered at the same 
price and few can compare at any price. 

All styles and sizes of the JOY ECLIPSE are equipped with the 
T ^ a u « eS Hot-All-Over Top, which keeps six lids hot and the oven cool; 

at bave ^.^ ^ Adjustable Damper that controls oven heat; with the Hot- 
Blast Back Wall that saves 25% in fuel; with an oven thermometer and all the other 
special features listed on pages 4, 5, 6 and 7. 
M . . All castings for the JOY are made of best Northern and Southern 

pig iron carefully blended. They are strong, durable, smooth and 
free from defects. The steel used is of special quality made to conform to our own 
formulae. 
. _ The JOY fire-box is of the usual Eclipse construction, oval with no 

dead corners to collect ashes. It is correctly proportioned to the 
size of the flues so as to give the most heat with the least fuel. Two sticks of wood 
or half a bucket of coal are sufficient for the average baking. Coal and wood can be 
burned in the duplex grate (page 6), which shakes easily, the ashes falling into a 
large bailed ash pan that can be removed quickly. The drop feed door prevents 
ashes falling out when firing the range. 
n The JOY oven is square in form and unusually large. It is alumi- 

nized, giving a clean, wholesome appearance, and is equipped with 
a non-breakable steel rack. The oven door is lined with steel and forms a large, 
smooth shelf on which the contents can be drawn out for inspection. It is counter- 
balanced by a coil spring which prevents it from dropping down too heavily when 
opened. Underneath the oven in front is a small door which can be removed for 
cleaning the flues when necessary. 
P . The high-grade porcelain reservoir tank holds five gallons of water 

and is heated from the bottom. The heat can be turned off or on 
when desired by a simple reservoir damper conveniently located. 

w F Either an "L" water front which occupies the space usually taken 

a er ron ^ ^ y t ^ e 5^ an( j i e f t s [d e linings, or the customary straight water 
front can be furnished when desired on the JOY. Either will give ample quantities 
of hot water. 

T p The JOY top is made in sections with ample room allowed for ex- 

P L ' pansion and contraction. The long center is made in two sections 

to prevent warping and the covers are double rimmed — the only 
method of bracing that will withstand severe heat and usage. Each stove has a sec- 
tional ring cover, so that cooking utensils of different sizes may be exposed to the 
direct action of the fire. 

P V h H T When desired a beautifully polished top can be furnished. It adds 

° 1S e °P much to the appearance of the range and makes keeping it clean 
much easier. 

A • The JOY is distinctive in design — its smooth black castings being 

rac ive combined with the rich, lustrous "triple coat" nickel in just the right 

PP proportion to give a stove of rare beauty. All filigree work has been 

done away with and the JOY is a range that will make any kitchen more attractive. 



Eclipse 




JOY ECLIPSE 

Full-Nickeled Form With Reservoir and High Closet 
Read description page 8 

This full-nickeled form has the base, oven door, fire-box door and ash-pit door finished in 
Eclipse "triple-coat" nickel. It is a particularly handsome range and in addition to the form 
shown above is also made in the square form, illustrated pages 11 and 13, and with Tea Shelf or 
Plain Top, not illustrated. 

With Reservoir Without Reservoir 

No. Covers Oven Top Surface Wgt. Price Top Surface Wgt. Price 

816N 6— 8-inch 16x18x12 42x26 410 $65.60 31x26 360 $55.10 

818N 6— 8-inch 18x18x12 44x26 430 67.40 33x26 380 56.90 

918N 6— 9-inch 18x18x12 44x26 430 67.40 33x26 380 56.90 

820N 6— 8-inch 20 x 18 x 12 46 x 26 450 69.40 35 x 26 400 58.90 

920N 6— 9-inch 20x18x12 46x26 450 69.40 35x26 400 58.90 

For Straight Water Front add $4.20 For Plain Top Form deduct $11.90 

For "L" Water Front add 6.30 For Tea Shelf Form deduct 10.00 

For Polished Top add. 2.00 Above prices include thermometer. 

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Eclipse 




JOY ECLIPSE 

White Enameled Form with Reservoir and High Closet 
Read description page 8 

This form of the JOY is exactly like that illustrated on page 9, except that it does not have 
the nickeled trimmings but has instead an oven door panel of white enamel and splash plates 
of the same material. These splash plates make the range much easier to keep clean, a minute's 
work with a damp cloth being all that is necessary. They give the range a handsome appearance 
and the white oven door panel against the black background of the stove is unusually striking. 



No. 


Covers 


Oven 


Top Surface 


Weight 


Price 


816E 


6 — 8-inch 


16x18x12 


42x26 


410 


$62.10 


818E 


6 — 8-inch 


18x18x12 


44x26 


430 


63.90 


918E 


6 — 9-inch 


18x18x12 


44x26 


430 


63.90 


820E 


6 — 8-inch 


20x18x12 


46x26 


450 


65.90 


920E 


6— 9-inch 


20x18x12 


46x26 


450 


65.90 



For Straight Water Front add $4.20 

For "L" Water Front add 6.30 

For Nickeled Base Strip add 2.00 



For Polished Top add $ 2.00 

For Plain Top Form deduct 12.90 

For Tea Shelf Form deduct 11.00 



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Eclipse 




JOY ECLIPSE 

White Enameled Form without Reservoir 
Read description page 8 

This illustrates the square form of the White Enameled JOY. The white enameled splash 
plates forming the back of the high closet catch the dirt and grease from cooking and make it 
easy to clean a part of the range that is ordinarily hard to get at. In combination with the white 
oven door these plates add much to the attractive appearance of the range and make it one of 
unusual beauty. 



No. 


Covers 


Oven 


Top Surface 


Weight 


Price 


816E 


6— 8-inch 


16x18x12 


31x26 


360 


$51.60 


818E 


6— 8-inch 


18x18x12 


33x26 


380 


53.40 


918E 


6 — 9-inch 


18 x 18 x 12 


33x26 


380 


53.40 


820E 


6— 8-inch 


20x18x12 


35x26 


400 


55.40 


920E 


6— 9-inch 


20 x 18 x 12 


35x26 


400 


55.40 



For Straight Water Front add $4.20 

For "L" Water Front add 6.30 

For Nickeled Base Strip add 2.00 



For Polished Top add $ 2.00 

For Plain Top Form deduct 12.90 

For Tea Shelf Form deduct 11.00 



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Eclipse 




JOY ECLIPSE 

Plain Form With Reservoir and High Closet 
Read description page 8 

This form of the JOY is exactly like that illustrated on page 9 except that the b 
door fire-box door and ash-pit door are not nickeled. Sufficient nickeled trimmings 
are combined with the smooth black castings to make the range very attractive It 
without reservoir, see opposite page, and with Tea Shelf or Plain lop, not dlustrated. 



No. 
816 
818 
918 
820 
920 



Covers 

6 — 8-inch 
6 — 8-inch 
6 — 9-inch 
6— 8-inch 
6 — 9-inch 



Oven 

16xl8x 12 
18xl8x 12 
18xl8x 12 
20x18x12 
20x18x12 



Top Surface 

42x26 
44x26 
44x26 
46x26 
46x26 



Weight 
410 
430 

430 
450 
450 



For Nickeled Base Strip add. 
For Plain Top Form deduct. 
For Tea Shelf Form deduct. 



For Straight Water Front add $4.20 

For "L" Water Front add 6.30 

For Polished Top add 2.00 

Above prices include thermometer 
12 



ase, oven 
however 
is made 



Price 
$60.10 

61.90 
61.90 
63.90 
63.90 

.$ 2.00 
. 11.90 
. 10.00 



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JOY ECLIPSE 

Plain Form Without Reservoir 
Read description page 8 



This illustrates the JOY without reservoir (square form). The full-nickeled style illus- 
trated on page 9 can be furnished in this form, and page 11 shows the square form of the white 
enameled finish. This square form of the JOY is also made with Tea Shelf or Plain Top, not 



illustrated. 

No. 
816 
818 
918 
820 
920 



Covers 

6— 8-inch 
6— 8-inch 
6— 9-inch 
6 — 8-inch 
6— 9-inch 



Oven 

16x18x12 
18 x 18 x 12 
18x 18x12 
20 x 18 x 12 
20 x 18 x 12 



Top Surface 


Weight 


31x26 


360 


33x26 


380 


33 x 26 


380 


35x26 


400 


35x26 


400 



For Straight Water Front add $4.20 For Nickeled Base Strip add. 

For "L" Water Front add 6.30 For Plain Top Form deduct. 

For Polished Top add 2.00 For Tea Shelf Form deduct. . 

Above prices include thermometer 
13 



Price 
$49.60 

51.40 
51.40 
53.40 
53.40 

.$ 2.00 
. 11.90 
. 10.00 



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PARAGON ECLIPSE CAST RANGE 

Illustrated pages 15 and 16 

Plain almost to the point of severity, yet relieved with just a touch of embossing 
here and there, the PARAGON ECLIPSE is without doubt one of the handsomest 
ranges ever built. It has all the JOY'S meritorious features of economy, durability, 
convenience and appearance, and differs from it only in that it is somewhat heavier 
and larger, being built particularly for use in t'.:ose places where more than the 
average service is expected from a range. 

Features All styles and sizes of the PARAGON are equipped with the Hot- 

That Save All-Over Top which keeps six lids hot and the oven cool; with the 

Adjustable Damper that controls oven heat; with the Hot-Blast 
Back Wall that saves 25% in fuel; with an oven thermometer and all the other 
special features listed on pages 4, 5, 6 and 7. 

Materials The very best of Northern and Southern pig irons are carefully 

' blended to insure highest quality for the PARAGON castings and 
all are strong, durable, smooth and free from defects. Steel conforming to our own 
special formulae is used where needed. 

Fire-Box There are no dead corners in the PARAGON fire-box to collect 

ashes and cause the grate or linings to burn out. The size of the 
fire-box is in proportion to the flues in order to secure the most heat from the least 
fuel, and the PARAGON is particularly economical. The duplex grate will burn 
hard coal, soft coal, wood or other fuel. A half turn of the shaker handle changes 
it from one position to the other and it shakes easily, the ashes falling into a large, 
bailed pan that can be removed quickly. 

Oven The PARAGON oven is large, roomy and full-square in form. 

Its aluminum finish keeps it clean and wholesome looking and it is 
equipped with a non-breakable steel rack. Tire oven door is lined with steel and 
forms a convenient, smooth shelf, on which the contents may be drawn out for inspec- 
tion. A coil spring counterbalances the door and prevents it dropping down too 
heavily when opened. A flue clean-out door is located in front just below the oven door. 

Reservoir The high-grade porcelain reservoir holds five gallons of water and 

is heated from the bottom. A conveniently located damper makes 
it possible to turn the heat on or off whenever desired. 

Txr * -d i A water back that will furnish ample quantities of hot water can 
Water Back be furnished for the PARAGON if desired. 

Top, Covers, The PARAGON top is made in sections with ample room allowed 
Centers for contraction and expansion. The long center is made in two pieces 

to prevent warping and the covers are double rimmed — the only 
method of bracing that will withstand severe heat and usage. Each stove has a sectional 
cover for cooking with utensils of various sizes. 

Polished Top When desired a special polished top can be furnished for the 
PARAGON. This feature adds much to the attractive appearance 
of the range and helps greatly in keeping it clean. 

Attractive In order to appreciate thoroughly the beauty of the PARAGON 

Appearance it is first necessary to see it, although the illustration on the opposite 
page is a very faithful representation of this remarkable range. Its 
smooth castings are easy to keep clean and a coat of blacking on them once in a while 
keeps the range looking like new. 



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Eclipse 




PARAGON ECLIPSE 

With Reservoir and High Closet 
Read description page 14 

The PARAGON ECLIPSE is also made without reservoir, square form, illustrated page 16, 
and with Tea Shelf and Plain Top, not illustrated. 

Fire-box Top 

No. Covers Oven Length Surface Weight Price 

819 6— 8-inch 19x19x13 22 48x30 520 $72.00. 

919 6— 9-inch 19x19x13 22 48x30 520 72.00 

821 6— 8-inch 20 x 21 x 13 24 48 x 30 560 75.00 

921 6— 9-inch 20x21x13 24 48x30 560 75.00 

For Straight Water Back, add $5.00 For Plain Top Form, deduct $11.90 

For Polished Top, add 2.00 For Tea Shelf Form, deduct 10.00 

For Nickeled Base Strip, add 2.00 Above prices include thermometer. 

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Eclipse 




PARAGON ECLIPSE 

Without Reservoir 

Read description page 14 

The PARAGON ECLIPSE is also made with reservoir as illustrated on page 15, and with 
Tea Shelf and Plain Top, not illustrated. 

Fire-Box Top . 

No Covers Oven Length Surface Weight /'''" 

819 6-8-Tnch 19x19x13 22 38x30 440 $59.50 

919 6— 9-inch 19x19x13 22 38x30 440 59.50 

821 6-8-inch 20x21x13 24 38x30 470 62.50 

921 6— 9-inch 20x21x13 24 38x30 470 62.50 

For Straight Water Back add $5.00 For Plain Top Form deduct $11.90 

For Polished Top add 2.00 For Tea Shelf Form deduct 10.00 

For Nickeled Base Strip add 2.00 Above prices include thermometer. 

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CLASSIC ECLIPSE STEEL RANGE 

Illustrated pages 18 and 19 

Every known device that makes for quick, even baking, satisfactory cooking, con- 
venience and saving in fuel is found in the CLASSIC ECLIPSE. All frills and decora- 
tions which add nothing to the cooking qualities of a stove have been left off, bringing 
the CLASSIC down to as near an even exchange of iron and steel for currency, as 
any stove buyer will ever find. Here is a standard by which you can determine the 
real value of a good stove. It is strictly high-class in every particular and is without 
a peer in its class. 

Features TIle CLASSIC ECLIPSE is equipped with the Hot-All-Over Top 

That Save which keeps six lids hot and the oven cool; with the Adjustable 

Damper that controls the oven heat; with the Hot-Blast Back Wall 
that saves 25% in fuel; with an oven thermometer and all the other special features 
listed on pages 4, 5, 6 and 7. 

Body Tlle outcr walls of the body of the CLASSI C ECLIPSE are made 

of extra-fine quality Wellsville polished steel. The Eclipse triple- 
wall construction which consists first, of the outer shell of steel mentioned above, 
second, of a thick layer of mill board asbestos, and third, an inner plate of steel, is used. 
These three thicknesses are closely hand-riveted with cone-head rivets. In addition 
to giving durability to the range this triple-wall construction keeps all the heat within 
the body. 

Oven ^ 01 ^ e oven ant * parts com i n & m contact with the fire a special quality 

of three-pass, cold-rolled, re-leveled, re-squared steel is used. All 
parts are so carefully fitted that the oven is air-tight and the bottom, always a source 
of trouble because of its tendency to warp, is made of the heaviest steel ever used for 
the purpose. The oven bottom is further strengthened by two cast strips; a cast plate 
is bolted over oven top next to the fire-box serving as a protection to the steel and 
making the top more rigid. 

Fire-Box ^' le CLASSIC ECLIPSE fire-box is correctly proportioned and is 

adapted to any fuel. The duplex grate when reversed makes a shal- 
low fire-box for wood and when the end linings are removed will take a stick 26 

inches long. 

Reservoir ^ lie high-grade porcelain reservoir holds six gallons of water and is 

heated from the bottom. A convenient damper enables the housewife 
to turn the heat off or on, heating the water when desired. 

Water Front ^ ot water m ample quantities can be secured by connecting the 
plumbing to the Straight Water Front, which can be furnished for 
the CLASSIC when desired. 

Top, Covers, *. n orc ' er t0 Prevent cracking and allow for contraction and expan- 
Cent'ers s ' on ' tne CLASSIC top is made in sections. The covers are double 

rimmed, the only method of bracing known that will withstand severe 
heat and usage and prevent warping. A sectional lid is furnished so that cooking 
utensils of small sizes can be exposed to the direct action of the flames. 

Polished Top When desired a special polished top can be furnished for the 
CLASSIC. It is a desirable feature, for it helps keep the range clean 
and adds much to its attractiveness. 

Attractive In addition to the parts usually nickeled, the reservoir panel of the 

Appearance CLASSIC is also nickeled. The combination is a striking one for 
the deep, rich lustre of the "triple coat" nickel forcibly impresses 
the quality of the range on all those who see it. 

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CLASSIC ECLIPSE 

With Reservoir and High Closet 
Read description page 17 

The CLASSIC ECLIPSE is made in the square form, without reservoir, page 19, and als 
with Tea Shelf and Plain Top, not illustrated. 



No. 

8018 

9018 

8020 

9020 



Covers 

6 — 8-inch 
6 — 9-inch 
6 — 8-inch 
6 — 9-inch 



Oven 
18x20x13 
18x20x 13 
20x20x13 
20x20x13 



Fire-Box 
Length 

26 

26 

26 
26 



Top 
Surface 

28]/ 2 x 46 
2Sy 2 x 46 
28^ x 48 
29% x 48 



Weight 

500 
500 
510 
510 



Price 

$74.50 
74.50 
77.50 
77.50 



For Straight Water Front add $5.00 

For Polished Top add 2.00 



Above prices include thermometer 



For Plain Top Form deduct $11.90 

For Tea Shelf Form deduct 10.00 



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CLASSIC ECLIPSE 

Without Reservoir 
Read description page 17 



The CLASSIC ECLIPSE is made with 


reservoir as 


illustrated page 


18, 


and with Tea Shelf 


and Plain 


Top, not illustrated. 
















Fire-Box 


Top 






No. 


Covers 


Oven 


Length 


Surface 




Weight Price 


8018 


6— 8-inch 


18x20x13 


26 


28% x 34 




435 $63.50 


9018 


6— 9-inch 


18x20x13 


26 


28^x34 




435 63.50 


8020 


6— 8-inch 


20x20x13 


26 


28^x36 




455 66.50 


9020 


6 — 9-inch 


20x20x13 


26 


28^ x 36 




455 66.50 



For Straight Water Back add $5.00 

For Polished Top add 2.00 

Above prices include thermometer 

19 



For Plain Top Form deduct $11.90 

For Tea Shelf Form deduct 10.00 



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WINNER ECLIPSE CAST COOK 

Nickeled Form — On Base — With Reservoir 

The same elements of simplicity that characterize all the ECLIPSE ranges are found in 
the WINNER cast cook. The design is rich, severely plain and free from all carving and 
ornamentation that will catch and hold dirt. It is easy to blacken and keep clean. The fire-box 
is large and oval shaped; a duplex grate is furnished, but a dump grate can be supplied if 
desired; the oven is square, full-sized and roomy; the reservoir is white porcelain lined and 
holds five gallons. The WINNER can be furnished in the plain form, without reservoir and 
on legs instead of base (see page 21). 

With Reservoir Without Reservoir 

No. Covers Oven Weight Price Weight Price 

818 4— 8-inch 18x18x11 310 $40.90 255 $32.60 

918 4— 9-inch 18x18x11 310 40.90 255 32.60 

820 4— 8-inch 20x20x11 370 44.20 310 35.30 

920 4— 9-inch 20x20x11 370 44.20 310 35.30 

For Dump Grate instead of Duplex deduct $1.20 

For Legs (page 21) instead of Base deduct 1.40 

For Plain Form instead of Nickeled deduct 1.50 






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WINNER ECLIPSE CAST COOK 

Plain Form — On Legs — Without Reservoir 

This form of the WINNER is like that shown on page 20, except that it has no nickeled 
trimmings and is mounted on legs instead of base. It can be furnished with or without reservoir. 

With Reservoir Without Reservoir 

No. Covers Oven Weight Price Weight Price 

818 4— 8-inch 18x18x11 310 $38.00 255 $29.70 

918 4_g„inch 18x18x11 310 38.00 255 29.70 

820 4— 8-inch 20x20x11 370 41.30 310 32.40 

920 A — 9-inch 20x20x11 370 41.30 310 32.40 

For Dump Grate instead of Duplex deduct $1.20 

For Base Form instead of Legs see page 20 

For Nickeled Form instead of Plain see price page 20 



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MERIT ECLIPSE CAST COOK 

Square Form — Without Reservoir 
Here is what many people are looking for every day— a small stove that is made well, 



bakes well, lasts a long time and sells cheap. 

will give many years of satisfactory service. 

dumping grate. 

No. Oven 

816 16x16x10 



The MERIT has good materials, is well made and 
The fire-box is of ample size, equipped with a flat, 



Weight 

160 



Price 
$18.40 



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Heating Apparatus 



PAGE 

Colonial Base Burner 24 

Eclipse Circulator 29 

Eclipse Three-in-One 34 

New Maple Wood Heater 38 

New Prize Wood Heater 40 

Eclipse Quick-Selling Oaks , . 41 

Best Oak 49 

Frost Killer Cannon Stove 50 

Oakwood Cannon Stove 54 

Sterling Cannon Stove 56 

Sun Eclipse Cannon Stove 57 

Sun Eclipse Laundry Stove 58 

Lunar Eclipse Box Stove 62 

Ozono School Room Heater 64 

Ozono Room Heater 68 

Radium Furnace 70 



Eclipse 

COLONIAL ECLIPSE 

Three-Flue, Hard Coal Base Burner 
Illustrated page 25. Details of Construction pages 26, 27, 28. 

When the present form of the Eclipse base burner, the COLONIAL, was produced, 
every resource in our large factory and all of the experience gained in our more than 
twenty-five years of stove manufacturing were called upon in order that we might bring 
forth a base burner absolutely unapproachable in economy, durability and appearance. 
Every known device and up-to-date featvre that could add to its value was incorporated 
and we firmly believe that the COLONIAL cannot be surpassed. It represents stove 
building in its highest form— it surpasses all previous efforts. 

„ . Details of the special three-flue construction are given on pages 26, 

Construction 2? and 2g 

Design In design the COLONIAL is the very latest — not too heavy or 

squatty looking nor too tall, but harmoniously proportioned, giving 
a most pleasing appearance. Its castings are smooth and plain, free from all carvings 
which catch and hold dirt. The ample trimmings are of silvery-white nickel; rich, 
lustrous and long-lasting. A handsome ornamental urn finishes off the top of the 
stove in a most pleasing manner. 

Fire-Pot The fire-pot is very massive and deep, made in one piece with prac- 
tically straight sides. It hangs loosely in a heavy cast iron ring and 
can be revolved so that the same portion is not always exposed to the flues at the rear, 
thereby preventing possible warping. The fire-pot can easily be removed by anyone 
an expert mechanic is not necessary as is the case with many base burners. 

Grates The grates are of the ball-bearing, flat shaking type, with heavy 

revolving center. The beveled shaking ring forces the ashes to the 
center and is constructed to prevent binding when hot. The ball bearings are en- 
cased in cups. 

Magazine The magazine is of extra-large capacity, fitted at the top with a 

tight lid that rises automatically when the top is swung away. A 
shut-off plate fits the bottom and prevents emptying the magazine should it become 
necessary to clean out the fire-pot. The magazine can be removed easily by lifting 
it out through the top. 

Doors The mica doors are large, admitting all the light from the fire into 

the room, giving it much cheer. They are fitted into recessed grooves, 
are gas tight and held firmiy in place by nickeled turn-buckles which fasten to vertical 
bars, making it impossible for the doors to spring out of place when they expand from 
the heat. The ash-pit door is ground to fit paper-tight and the screw-register for 
draft is also absolutely tight. 

Double- If desired a pipe may be attached to the special hot air collar on the 

Heater COLONIAL and heat conducted to the upstairs rooms. A six-inch 

lid at the back of the stove provides a convenient place for heating 



water. 



Removable In addition to the fire-pot, grates and magazine practically all other 
Parts parts of the COLONIAL are easy to remove. The dome, wings, 

foot rails, etc., are quickly detachable — no bolts being used to hold 
them on. These nickeled parts are so placed that they are thoroughly ventilated, thus 
preventing tarnishing. 






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COLONIAL ECLIPSE 

Three-Flue, Hard Coal Base Burner 

Read general description page 24, and details of construction pages 26, 27 and 28 
No Fire-Pot Height to Urn Base Weight List Price 

14' 14-inch 54 inches 445 lbs. $73.00 

26 16-inch 57 inches 510 lbs. 85.00 

28 18-inch 60 inches 580 lbs. 95.00 

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FRONT VIEW 
INSIDE MIDDLE BACK PLATE REMOVED 











/ in|to\ 
,•' HOT-AIR'' 
FLUE 

COLONIAL ECLIPSE BASE BURNER 

Detailed View of Three-Flue Construction 

This illustration shows the COLONIAL from the front with doors, fire-pot, grates and 
middle back wall removed. The solid white arrows represent the course taken by the flames 
and the dotted arrows that of the heated air. By noting carefully, you will see that the hot 
gases (solid arrows) when liberated from the fuel are caused to pass from the fire-pot down 
through two large flues located in the extreme back corners of the stove. Being at the outside 
full benefit of the heat these flues radiate is secured all the way down. When these gases reach 
the extreme base they pass around and through it in a circuitous manner before reaching the 
center up flue through which they pass on their way to the top of the stove. 
(Read additional description next page) 
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REAR VIEW. MAIN BACK. REMOVED. 

DOUBLE HEATER 
HOT AIR COLLAR 




COLONIAL ECLIPSE BASE BURNER 

Detailed View of Three-Flue Construction 

This illustration shows the back of the COLONIAL. The solid arrows again show how the 
gases from the flames pass down through the flues at the outside corners and after having cir- 
culated through the base pass up and out through the up-flue which occupies the center space at 
the back of the stove. The whole back of the COLONIAL thus becomes an effective heating 
surface and it can be seen readily that this three-flue system gives the COLONIAL a great deal 
more radiating surface than is found on base burners of ordinary makes. The method of heat- 
ing thus far described has been that of radiation only, and constitutes only a part of the 
COLONIAL'S heating system. 

(Read additional description next page) 

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COLONIAL ECLIPSE BASE BURNER 

Details of special double-base construction 

This is an illustration of the bottom of the COLONIAL and shows again the 
location at the back of the stove of the two down flues and the center up-flue. It also 
shows the two inlets through which cold air is taken from the floor to be heated and 
later expelled from the top. 

The illustration at the bottom of the page shows 
a sectional view of the COLONIAL base and makes 
clear the construction of the special section which gets 
the benefit of all the heat that in ordinary base burn- 
ers goes into the ash-pit and is wasted. This exclusive 
Eclipse device increases the radiating area of the base 
fully one-third. 



Fig. L 



Ufa KB Km 


1 II 1 j 

II ^ 1 In " 1] II 


-.i^H^Rm 



TRONT 
THE MAIN BOTTOM 



The dotted arrows represent cold air which is 
being drawn from the floor up through the cold air 
inlets (also shown in Figure 1). It first reaches the 
special base section (denoted by white arrow at left) 
which is highly heated since the gases from the flames 
(white arrows) pass around and under it circulating 
through the main base proper. 

This cold air becomes highly heated here and 
then passes to the back of the stove and up through two hot air flues which are clearly 
shown in the illustration on page 27. The dotted arrows (page 27) show how these 
two currents of heated air converge at the top and either pass out into the room 
through the double heater collar or are conducted into the upstairs rooms if a pipe 
for the purpose is attached. 

The three-flue construction gives the COLONIAL a much greater radiating 
surface than ordinarily found. This special base section causes cold air taken from 
the floor to be heated and in addition to giving the base one-third more heating area, 
saves heat that ordinarily goes into the ash-pit and is wasted. 







/ IN.TO\ 
HOT-AIR 
- FLUf 



-^ /N /N 

'' INh"0\ 
HOPAIFT 

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Eclipse 

ECLIPSE CIRCULATOR 

Illustrated pages 30 and 31. Detailed description pages 32 and 33. 

The CIRCULATOR, the latest Eclipse product, is a SPECIALIZED stove— a stove 
built to perform a definite heating service and to fulfill an insistent demand. It is a 
soft-coal stove, made attractive in appearance for parlor use, and so built that all the 
heat generated circulates, thus giving an even temperature to all parts of the rooms 
to be heated. It is the only stove of its kind made — the only stove that gives hard 
coal heat at soft coal price. It "Keeps the Heat Moving." 

What It Is The ECLIPSE CIRCULATOR could well be called a "hot air 
furnace dressed up for parlor use," for it's a big soft coal heater 
placed inside an attractive steel casing which causes the heat generated to circulate. 
In hot air furnaces soft coal is generally used for fuel and the heating is done by the 
hot-air circulating method. Likewise in the CIRCULATOR. 

Neither a hot-air furnace nor an ordinary soft coal stove would look well in 
the home, so the front, base, top and doors of this big heater are designed to har- 
monize with the square effect of the circulating casing to give a stove of unusually 
handsome appearance. The CIRCULATOR is an attractive, substantial soft coal 
stove that gives hard coal heat — it does even more, for ALL THE HEAT CIR- 
CULATES. 

What It Does With soft coal for fuel this big stove will heat thoroughly several 

large rooms and when desired a portion of the heat can be conducted 

to upstairs rooms through a special pipe. This heater's absolutely tight joints, its 

close-fitting doors and special hot-blast attachment insure remarkable fuel economy. 

The detailed view on page 33 shows how cold air is taken up, intensely heated 
and then distributed evenly to all parts of the room. With the CIRCULATOR 
there are no cold corners, no drafty places, no scorching hot spots near the stove. 
Everywhere there's an even temperature, for the heat is kept on the move. 

Why a Soft Each year sees hard coal higher and there's a real necessity for a 
Coal Stove satisfactory soft coal heater. Ordinary soft coal stoves heat only 
a small area — your knees are scorched and your back freezes. But 
the circulating feature of this newest ECLIPSE heater keeps all the heat on the 
move and gives even, steady temperature. A soft coal stove that will give even more 
satisfactory heat than a bard coal burner has at last been realized — it is the ECLIPSE 
CIRCULATOR. Note these superior points: 

1. Burns soft coal and saves at least one-fourth in fuel. 

2. Gives heat like a hard coal stove but at soft coal price. 

3. Circulates the heat and gives steady uniform temperature. 

4. Corners of the rooms just as warm as spots near the stove. 

5. Extra-heavy heater, made of pure cast iron, lasts a life time. 

6. Extra-tight construction prevents waste and saves fuel. 

7. Hot blast ring burns gases that usually escape in smoke. 

8. Beautiful, smooth, nickel parts. Unique and handsome design. 



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ECLIPSE CIRCULATOR 

Full-Nickeled Form 

Read general description page 29, and details of construction pages 32 and 33 
This full-nickeled form has the swinging top, dome, pilasters, reflector, foot guards and 

base of rich, lustrous nickel. It is a particularly handsome stove and makes a very imposing 

appearance. 

Height Height to 

No. Fire-Box Over All Base of Urn Weight Price 

288 16-inch 60 inches 50 inches 425 lbs. $58.80 

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ECLIPSE CIRCULATOR 

Semi-Nickeled Form 
Read general description page 29, and details of construction pages 32 and 33 
This form of the CIRCULATOR is exactly like that shown on page 30, with the exception 
of the nickeled trimmings. This semi-nickeled form has sufficient trimmings to give a very har- 
monious appearance and is an attractive addition to any home. 

Height Height to 

No. Fire-Box Over All Base of Urn Weight Pnce 

88 16-inch 60 inches 50 inches 405 lbs. $50.00 

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Eclipse 

ECLIPSE CIRCULATOR 

Built Like a Furnace — Heats Like One 
See pages 29, 30, 31 and 33 

Why the Heat In the sectional illustration on the opposite page the arrows indicate 
Keeps Moving how cold air is drawn from the floor, how it passes up and around the 
highly heated surfaces between the stove and the casing, and is ex- 
pelled from the top intensely heated to circulate to all parts of the room. Hot air 
naturally goes upward and outward. As it travels and cools it settles slowly, being 
replaced by other currents of hotter air until it reaches the floor when it is again drawn 
into the bottom of the CIRCULATOR to be re-heated. This process continues auto- 
matically and all parts of the area to be heated are constantly supplied with fresh hot air. 

Excellent For the inside or heater part of the CIRCULATOR cast iron is 

Materials and used exclusively and the base, top, main front are of this same material, 
Workmanship the castings being smooth, plain and easy to keep clean. The outer 
part of the stove, the circulating casing, is of best quality blued steel. Silvery white, 
lustrous nickel trimmings make the stove unusually beautiful. 

This big substantial inner heater permits the heaviest firing in extreme weather 
and always insures an abundance of heat. Being constructed with unusual care this 
stove is particularly durable— it is built to give a life-time of satisfactory service. 
There's nothing about it to rust out or wear out— it will last for many years. Only 
the highest grade of materials are used ; the workmanship is unexcelled and in every 
detail the CIRCULATOR measures up fully to the high ECLIPSE standard which 
means stove perfection. 

The illustration on the opposite page shows how the three parts of the stove proper 
are bolted together by four outside rods, giving absolutely tight joints that can never 
open up. The feed box and ash pit doors are carefully ground to prevent leaks. A 
screw draft supplies air to the hot-blast ring; the ash-pit door has a special tight fitting 
register door through which the grate is shaken, and the feed box door is fitted with 
a finely perforated metal shield winch prevents smoking of the mica. 

Hot Blast Stopping waste and saving the 38% of heat that ordinarily goes up 

Ring Saves the chimney is the big problem when soft coal is used. In the 
Fuel ECLIPSE CIRCULATOR the special hot-blast ring (a portion 

of which is shown in the illustration) secures at least 25 %_ more 
heat from the fuel. Through the large regular openings which can be seen, jets of 
hot air are introduced above the flames at a point where they cause the unburned 

" gases to ignite and burn rather than pass out 

as smoke. Burning coal that lacks sufficient 
oxygen to complete combustion gives off a 
dangerous gas, carbon monoxide — monoxide 
meaning one part oxygen. When more oxy- 
gen is added this gas becomes carbon dioxide 
(two parts oxygen) a gas that will burn. 
This special hot blast ring supplies this neces- 
sary oxygen and makes the gases burn. It 
saves many dollars in fuel in a winter. 

This same economy feature is found on the 
Mabel Eclipse page 44 and Nancy Eclipse 
page 45, and on a special attachment for the 
Frost Killer, page 52. 




Hot-Blast Rinfif 



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CONSTRUCTION OF ECLIPSE CIRCULATOR 

One side of the outer steel casing has been cut away to show the interior of this remarkable 
heater. It will be seen that the heater part proper is a big, substantial cast iron stove of three 
parts rigidly held together by exterior bolts and rods. When the stove is erected the joints are 
filled with putty and the parts then drawn together by these rods. Absolutely air-tight joints are 
thus secured. The heater being made of pure cast iron can't rust out and is practically inde- 
structible—it will last a life-time. A more durable stove could not be made. At the top the 
dotted lines indicate the position of the special pipe which can be attached for conducting heat 
to upstairs rooms. The white arrows show the course of the air currents (read page 32). 

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ECLIPSE THREE-IN-ONE 

(Patent applied for) 

Burns Hard Coal, Soft Coal or Wood 

Illustrated pages 36 and 37. 

The THREE-IN-ONE is another of the ECLIPSE specialties. It is a distinctive 
type of combination heater entirely different from any stove made. Being in a class by 
itself no other stove can approach it in features of economy, durability and convenience. 
It has every good feature of the best "oak" stove and is an excellent wood burner in 
addition. It is good any time, any place, and burns many kinds of fuel. 

All-the-Year The nuisance of putting up a small wood heater for the cold days of 
Round Stove early fall and then replacing it later with a heavier stove is done away 
with by the ECLIPSE THREE-IN-ONE which burns hard coal", 
soft coal or wood. Its long oval fire-box and big doors make possible the burning of 
chunks and sticks of wood which supply ample heat for the early cold spells. When 
colder weather comes reversing the grate makes a soft coal heater of the stove and 
when winter really arrives adding the magazine for proper feeding makes an adequate 
hard coal burner of the heater. 

Good for Any The pleasing up-to-date design of the THREE-IN-ONE makes it 
Place suitable for use any where. Although designed particularly for homes, 

it is entirely suited for use in stores and offices. 

Burns Many In ordinary stoves wood cannot be burned successfully because it 
Kinds of Fuel stands on end. The big feed doors of the THREE-IN-ONE and 
its long oval fire-box make it possible to burn sticks, chunks and odd 
pieces flat. A half-turn of the shaker handle reverses the grate from its wood-burning 
to its coal-burning position and adding the special magazine makes a self-feeding 
hard coal burner of the stove. Changing from one fuel to another causes no trouble. 

Cast Iron The THREE-IN-ONE fire-pot is made of pure cast iron which can't 

Can't Rust rust out. Its nearly vertical sides expose a much smaller area of 
iron to the hot coals and prevent the collection of ashes which would 
cause the grates to be burned out. The base, main front, doors and top are also of 
cast iron and the body is of special quality polished blued-steel. 

Built Tight — This steel body is joined to the cast iron fire bowl by a special method 
No Leaks which prevents the joints from opening up. All bolts and nuts are 

on the outside and are not exposed to the flames as in ordinary stoves 
— none can burn off. All other parts are tightly joined and the doors are fitted with 
great exactness to make the stove tight, which results in a big saving of fuel and makes 
possible the holding of fire for long periods — 18 hours being an easy task for the stove. 

A Hand- The THREE-IN-ONE castings are free from frills and deep carv- 

some Stove ings that catch and hold dirt. These smooth plain surfaces take a 
polish like satin. Rich, lustrous nickel trimmings add much to the 
stove's beauty. 

1. Big double feed doors and long oval fire-box make the stove an excellent wood burner. 

2. A turn of the shaker handle reverses the duplex grate making the stove a coal burner. 

3. Feed doors can remain open while fire is burning, giving cheer and warmth like a grate fire. 

4. Durable cast iron fire bowl with vertical sides gives stove unusually long life. 

5. Special method of joining steel body to cast bowl prevents joints from opening up. 

6. Unusually careful fitting of doors and tight construction everywhere saves much fuel. 

7. Grate is shaken from side while ash pit door is closed. No dust, dirt or ashes in the room. 

8. Extra large ash pan requires emptying only once a day. Ash pit door forms handy shelf, 

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SECTIONAL VIEW ECLIPSE THREE-IN-ONE 

(Patent applied for) 

I illustration shows how the big feed doors open up almost the entire front 
of the stove permitting the burning of sticks and chunks of wood flat. Note that the 
ash pit dooi drops to form a convenient shelf for removing the large, bailed ash-pan, 
which needs emptying but once each day. The THREE-IN-ONE grate shakes from 

• gide while the ash-pit door remains closed — no dust, dirt nor ashes can possibly get 
into the room. Jiy a special screw adjustment the ash-pit door can be opened as much 

i as little ;i-> desired, giving evenly distributed draft along the entire grate rather 
fian a blast concentrated at one point. The main top has two eight-inch covers which 

B particular^ <«>nvenient many times. When desired the big double doors can be 

,: "i"" "' "■'"' '" the room the warmth and cheer of a grate fire. When the doors 
°f the flames can be seen through the large mica openings. 

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ECLIPSE THREE-IN-ONE 

(Patent applied for) 

Full-Nickeled Form 
Read description pages 34 and 35 



No. Fire-Pot 

220 20 inches 

223 23 inches 

For Magazine for Hard Coal add 

36 



Size of Feed Size of Ash-Pit 

Door Opening Door Opening 

18x12 17x6 

21x12 20x6 



Height to 
Base of Urn 

40 inches 
41^ inches 



Weight 
205 
240 
.$2.00 



Price 

$30.60 

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ECLIPSE THREE-IN-ONE 

(Patent applied for) 

Semi-Nickeled Form 
Read description pages 34 and 35 



No. 
120 
123 


Size of Feed Size of Ash-Pit 
Fire-Pot Door Opening Door Opening 

20 inches 18 x 12 17 x 6 
23 inches 21 x 12 20 x 6 

For Magazine for Hard Coal add 

37 


Height to 
Base of Urn 

40 inches 
41^ inches 


Weight 
200 
235 
..$2.00 


Price 

$26.00 
29.50 



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NEW MAPLE 

Illustrated page 39 

NOTE— The NEW MAPLE, page 39, and the NEW PRIZE, page 40, are very similar and differ 
only in the construction of the fire-hox, as is pointed out in the illustration of the NEW MAPLE fire-box 
below. The general description applies equally well to both stoves — they are of exactly the same quality, 
one being a slightly cheaper form of the other, made so by the construction of the fire-box. 

The NEW MAPLE and NEW PRIZE are old-time favorites in the ECLIPSE 
wood heater line, appearing this season in a "new dress." Every feature that has made 
these stoves so popular in the past has been retained — the changes being in the finish 
only. They are more handsome in design; the castings are smooth and plain with no 
deep carvings to catch dirt. These stoves are without superiors in economy, durability 
and attractive appearance. When you have seen them you'll agree that they are the 
finest wood heaters made in America. 

Tight Con- In the NEW MAPLE and NEW PRIZE a big saving is made by 
struction extra tight construction. The doors are carefully ground and fitted 

Saves Fuel to prevent leaks and a special method of joining the steel and cast 
parts makes the stoves air-tight. 

Cast Iron Pure cast iron which can't rust out is used for the base, top and 

Lasts Longer main front. The body is of best grade heavy steel. Nuts and bolts 
which in ordinary heaters are exposed to the flames, in these stoves are 
protected and reinforced against burning out. 

Easy to Not a feature has been overlooked that would make these stoves 

Operate more convenient. The feed door is extra large and the ash pit and 

pan are of sufficient size to make the removing of ashes easy. Both 

stoves have swinging smoke guards, a loose cover in the top and handy lever turn-keys. 

Unusually Instead of the deep carving and ginger-bread work so common to 

Attractive wood heaters these stoves are smooth and plain. The satin finish 

of the castings coupled with the rich lustre of the nickeled parts give 
the stoves a neat, graceful and most attractive appearance. Their pleasing design and 
harmonious finish make them desirable for use anywhere. They add much to the attrac- 
tiveness of the home and are a great contrast to the unsightly wood heaters of the past. 
No handsomer stoves are made. 

THE NEW MAPLE FIRE-BOX 

The heavy cast iron fire bowl and the special 
method of joining the steel body to it are two 
features which make the NEW MAPLE so eco- 
nomical. The fire bowl protects the steel from 
the flames and gives the stove long life. It also 
radiates heat long after the fire has died down. 
The body is joined to the bowl by setting the steel 
into a deep cast iron socket and then bolting 
through, making an absolutely tight joint that 
cannot open up. 

In the NEW PRIZE instead of a separate fire 
bowl there are sectional cast iron linings around 
the entire inside of the body. These are twelve 
inches high and extra heavy. Thorough pro- 
tection is given the body by these linings — the 
flames do not touch the steel. 




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NEW MAPLE 

Drop Ash Pit Form 
Read description page 38 

No. Fire-Box 

223 16^ x 23 

225 17^x25 

227 18^ x 27 

Please Note — The Ash-Pit Form, large illustration above, is numbered 223, 225, 227. The 
Straight Bottom Form, small illustration, is numbered 23, 25, 27. Prefixing the figure "2" indi- 
cates that the drop ash-pit form is wanted. Please note this carefully in ordering. 

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Feed Door 


Drop Ash-Pit Form 
Weight Price 


Straight Bottom Form 
No. Weight Price 


9 xl2K 
9% x 13 
9^x13 


170 $22.50 
185 24.60 
200 26.70 


23 140 $20.00 
25 160 22.00 
27 175 24.00 



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NEW PRIZE 

Straight Bottom Form 

Read description page 38 

In the NEW PRIZE instead of a separate fire bowl there are sectional cast iron linings 
around the entire inside of the body. These are twelve inches high and extra-heavy. Thorough 
protection is given the body by these linings — the flames do not touch the steel. 

Straight Bottom Form 
Weight Price 

145 $18.00 
165 20.00 
175 22.00 



No. 

23 
25 

27 



Fire-Box 
16Y 2 x 23 

ny 2 x 25 

18^x27 



Drop Ash-Pit Form 
No. Weight Pric( 

223 180 $20.50 

225 190 22.60 

227 200 24.70 



Feed Door 

9 x 12^ 
9% x 13 

9^x13 

Please Note — The Straight Bottom Form, large illustration above, is numbered 23, 25 and 27. 
The Drop Ash-Pit Form, small illustration is numbered 223, 225 and 227. Prefixing the figure 
"2" indicates that the drop ash-pit form is wanted. Please note this carefully in ordering. 

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ECLIPSE QUICK-SELLING OAKS 

Illustrated pages 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47 and 48 

lete line of Oak stoves includes six different styles, exclusive in design, 

This compi „ nce an d having every known feature that insures economy and 

very attractive in apped n adapted to all kinds of soft coal, and to wood. They 

durability, j ne * ? \„ nr £ erS __ ee nerate heat readily and require but little fuel. The 

IZX'AlnlZl applies to the whole line. 

A special steel is used for the bodies of the ECLIPSE OAKS. Four- 
Body teen kinds had been thoroughly tried and tested before this particular 
decided upon. It keeps its high finish and even color; will not buckle and 

[« ,. ;i .\ to clean. . .... . 

The sides of the fire-bowl are nearly vertical, giving a larger grate 

Fire-Pot surface the corrugations make it extra strong, and increase its radiating 

Surface. 
Ash Pit T} ie asn pit is extra large and deep, allowing for a large ash pan and 

Section giving more than the customary amount of space between the pan 

l(l ,| the grate, permitting a free cir- 
cu l a tion ol air and preventing the 
melting oi the grates. The base sec- 
tion is made «.f pure cast iron and is 
air-tii 

The doors are self- 
Doors fastening and 

,i,l until they fit perfectly tight. 
The combined poker and check dool- 
ie located in the feed door. Being 
concave in lupe it permits reaching 
front of fire-pot with the poker. 
Trimmings Silvery white, lus- 
5 trous nickel is used 

for the trimmings. The wings and 
be taken off easily — they 
hold firmly, yel no bolts are used. 

This illustration shows the 

Eclipse method of joining the 

steel body to the cast iron fire- 
bot. rhe rim of the fire-pot extends upward in- 
side the- steel body, the bottom of which is bent 
outward, "L" shaped, and rests on a flange of the 
fire pot. 1 In- middle ring rests on top of the steel, 
both being supported by the flange on the fire-pot. Bolts are run 

th :di the middle ring, steel and flange on the outside and there 

ire no nuts <>n the inside of the stove to burn off. The rim of 

firc-pol projecting upward on the inside protects the joint, which can't open up, 
• away. In similar manner the steel body is fastened to the main front. 

GAS RING BURNER 

A gas ring burner can be furnished for the Nos. 15 and 
17 Priscilla and Dorothy, pages 42 and 43. The ring fits 
between the fire-pot and top of base and does not interfere 
with grates. Coal can be used without removing gas burners 
since apertures are well protected. See prices pages 42 and 43. 
1 hese are foi rings tapped and fitted with valve and mixer. 

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Special Con- 
struction 





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PRISGILLA ECLIPSE 

Full-Nickeled Form 
Read description page 41 

This is perhaps the most beautiful style in the whole line. Its swing top, urn, name plate, 
wings, middle ring, feet, base strip and knobs are nickeled. There are mica openings in the feed 
doors. 
No. Fire-Pot Height Weight Price 

13 12 inches SS l / 2 inches 90 lbs. $18.00 

IS 14 inches 41 inches 120 lbs. 21.00 

17 16 inches 44 inches 140 lbs. 24.00 

19 18 inches 47 inches 175 lbs. 27.50 

With Back Pipe Collar in place of Top Collar at same price 

Wood Plate to lay on top of Coal Grate add $ .50 

Gas Ring Burner for No. 15 (see page 41) add 3.20 

Gas Ring Burner for No. 17 (see page 41) add 4.00 

For HARD COAL ATTACHMENTS see pages 47 and 48 
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DOROTHY ECLIPSE 

Plain Form 
Read description page 41 

This style is exactly like the PRISCILLA ECLIPSE except that it has fewer trimmings. 
The urn, top ring, name plate, middle ring and turnkeys are nickeled and give the stove a very 
handsome appearance. It has heen found to be the most popular form. 
No. Fire-Pot Height Weight Price 

13 12 inches 38^ inches 85 lbs. $14.50 

15 14 inches 41 inches 125 lbs. 17.50 

17 16 inches 44 inches 135 lbs. 20.00 

19 18 inches 47 inches 170 lbs. 23.00 

With Back Pipe Collar in place of Top Collar at same price 

Wood Plate to lay on top of Coal Grate add $ .50 

Gas Ring Burner for No. 15 (see page 41) add 3.20 

Gas Ring Burner for No. 17 (see page 41 ) add 4.00 

For HARD COAL ATTACHMENTS see pages 47 and 48 

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MABEL ECLIPSE 

Hot Blast Oak. Full-Nickeled Form 
Read description page 41 
HOT-BLAST FEATURE— The MABEL is exactly like the PRISCILLA, page 42, except 
that it is equipped with the Eclipse Special Hot-Blast Attachment which makes it an exceptionally 
powerful yet economical heater. A tube with apertures in it extends all the way round the top 
of the fire-pot and is connected in front with a screw register. Through this tube just the 
proper amount of air for perfect combustion is supplied to the flames, causing gases which 
ordinarily escape, to burn. See illustration and description page 32. 
No. Fire-Pot Height Weight 

15 14 inches 41 inches 130 lbs. 

17 16 inches 44 inches 150 lbs. 

19 18 inches 47 inches 180 lbs. 

With Back Pipe Collar in place of Top Collar at same price 

Wood Plate to lay on top of Coal Grate add $ -50 

For HARD COAL ATTACHMENTS see pages 47 and 48 
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Price 

$22.20 

25.50 

29.30 



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NANCY ECLIPSE 

Hot Blast Oak. Plain Form 
Read description page 41 
HOT-BLAST FEATURE— The NANCY is the plain form of the MABEL, the only differ- 
ence in the stoves being the amount of nickel trimmings. Like the MABEL the NANCY has 
the hot-blast attachment which supplies to the flames the additional amount of oxiygen necessary 
for complete combustion. This is accomplished by the hot-blast ring mentioned on the opposite 
page. On page 32 a complete description of the ECLIPSE hot-blast method is given along with 
an illustration. 
No. Fire-Pot Height Weight Price 

15 14 inches 41 inches 130 lbs, $18.70 

17 16 inches 44 inches 145 lbs. 21.50 

19 18 inches 47 inches 180 lbs. 24.80 

With Back Pipe Collar in place of Top Collar at same price 

Wood Plate to lay on top of Coal Grate add $ ,50 

For HARD COAL ATTACHMENTS see pages 47 and 48 
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ETHEL ECLIPSE 

Double Heater Oak. Full-Nickeled Form 
Read description page 41 
DOUBLE HEATER FEATURE— The ETHEL has an extra jacket of highly polished steel 
outside the main bod}', providing an air spare between. Cold air is drawn into this air space 
and is highly heated before it passes out the top through the Hot- Air Collar (see illustration 
next page). A pipe may be attached to this collar and the heat conducted to upstairs rooms, if 
desired. A rolling damper attachment can also be supplied for the hot-air collar by which the 
heat can be directed upstairs or out into the main room at will. In finish and trimmings the 
ETHEL is exactly like the PRISCILLA, page 42. 

No. Fire-Pot Height Weight 

IS 14 inches 41 inches 125 lbs. 

17 16 inches 44 inches 145 lbs. 

19 18 inches 47 inches 180 lbs. 

With Back Pipe Collar in place of Top Collar at same price 

Wood Plate to lay on top of Coal Grate add $ .50 

For HARD COAL ATTACHMENTS see pages 47 and 48 
46 



Price 
$23.50 

26.70 
30.50 



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ISABEL ECLIPSE 

Double Heater Oak. Plain Form 
Read description page 41 
DOUBLE HEATER FEATURE— This illustration shows in detail the construction of the 
ISABEL and ETHEL. An extra steel casing is built around the regular body of the stove with 
an open air space between, into which cold air from the floor is drawn to be heated by passing 
over the hot surfaces of the inner body of the stove. It is expelled from the top through the hot-air 
collar to upstairs rooms, or into the main room as desired. 



No. Fire-Pot Height Weight 

15 14 inches 41 inches 120 lbs. 

17 16 inches 44 inches 140 lbs. 

19 18 inches 47 inches 175 lbs. 

With Back Pipe Collar in place of Top Collar at same price 

Wood Plate to lay on top of Coal Grate add $ .50 

MAGAZINE FOR HARD COAL (Easily attached to any of Oak line.) 

No. 15 No. 17 No. 19 

$2.00 $2.00 $2.00 

For other HARD COAL ATTACHMENTS see page 48 

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Price 
$20.00 

22.70 
26.00 



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hard coal attachments for eclipse oaks 

These features can be attached to any of the Quick-Selling Oak line illustrated and described 
pages 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46 and 47. 



A long joint of pipe 
(as illustrated) is 
attached to the 
stove. Down the 
center of this pipe 
nearly to the bottom 
is a cast dividing 
flue plate which 
compels the heat 
from the fire cham- 
ber to pass down 
and around it before 
going out the flue. 




There is a damper 
for direct draft and 
a clean-out at the 
bottom. Smoke pipe 
can be attached at 
top or back. Prices: 
Add 
To No. 15.... $3.20 
To No. 17.... 3.40 
To No. 19.... 3.60 



SPLIT BACK PIPE attached to PRISCILLA ECLIPSE 

TRIANGULAR BAR GRATE 

This grate can be furnished for the three larger 
sizes of any of the Eclipse Oak line. In connection with 
the split back pipe and magazine, this grate converts any 
of the line into a very adequate hard coal burner. Its 
triangular-shaped bars rotate together when shaken. The fc 

construction of the shaker crank and opening for it is 
such that the grate always must be in the proper position 
(flat-side-up) before the shaker can be withdrawn. Prices: 

To No. 15 size add $2.30 

To No. 17 size add fW 

To No. 19 size add d *' u 

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BEST OAK 

A Good Low-Priced Leader. Guaranteed Satisfactory. 

The BEST OAK is an excellent value for the money. Its body is of high-grade steel of good 
weight and uniform color. The corrugated fire-pot is extra strong — the corrugations giving much 
greater radiating surface. All castings are of pure cast iron, carefully selected and well- 
finished. The screw drafts and doors fit tightly, preventing leaks. 

No. Diameter Height to Urn Base Weight Price 

11 10 inches 32 inches 55 lbs. $ 8.60 

13 12 inches 34^ inches 70 lbs. 11.00 

15 14 inches 37K inches 95 lbs. 13.90 

17 16 inches 42 inches 125 lbs. 16.70 



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FROST KILLER 

Heavy Cannon Stove 
Illustrated page 51. Described pages 52 and 53. 

The FROST KILLER heavy cannon stove is the most popular heater of its type 
manufactured in this country. It enjoys an unusual sale— sufficient to keep a special 
department of our large factory busy the year 'round. It is built for PLACES HARD 
TO HEAT and heats them— it makes good when others fail. The fact that the 
FROST KILLER is used by a large number of railroad and express companies is 
absolute evidence of its worth. A stove could receive no harder service anywhere 
than in railroad stations, offices and cars. The FROST KILLER has filled every 
railroad requirement and ordinary heating tasks are easy for it. 

Tight Con- No bolts or rods are used to connect the parts of the FROST 

struction KILLER, yet the stove is unusually tight. The illustration on page 

Saves Fuel 53 shows how one unit builds up on another. Their flanges and 

tongue and groove joints are so carefully milled that the weight of a 
section resting on the one beneath gives a joint that is practically air-tight. There are 
no air-leaks — no waste and the absence of connecting rods, which in stoves of ordinary 
make soon burn off, gives the FROST KILLER much longer life. The doors are 
carefully fitted to prevent waste and in the dome a deflecting plate prevents the flames 
from passing directly out, insuring more heat from the fuel. 

Superior A blend of the best Northern and Southern pig irons is used in 

Materials making the FROST KILLER. The flawless castings are nearly an 

Save Repairs inch thick and are guaranteed not to rust out or wear out. The 
nearly vertical sides of the fire-pot prevent the collection of ashes 
which would soon cause the walls to burn through. The extra heavy shaking and 
draw center grate is made of special material which insures long life. This stove 
will last a life-time — there will be no yearly demand for repairs. It saves money. 

Convenient Instead of the back-breaking pulling and tugging usually necessary 
Features in shaking the grate of a big stove, the FROST KILLER grate is 

Save Labor shaken with little exertion. It rolls on ball bearings and operates 
easily. A large ash pit, pan and door make cleaning out easy, and 
no dust or dirt can sift through the closely-fitting parts. The FROST KILLER 
castings are smooth and plain, free from deep carving and gingerbread work. They 
are easy to clean and keep clean. On the feed door there is a large nickeled screw 
check draft. The ash pit door has a special draft register equipped with a con- 
venient device for regulating the amount of draft. The grate is also shaken through 
this special register. All registers are tight-fitting, quick-acting and easy to operate. 

1. Pure cast iron gives FROST KILLER long life. It can't rust out and won't wear out- 
will last a life time. 

2. Weight of one section resting on another holds parts together. No rods or bolts are used — 
consequently none can burn off. 

3. Carefully fitted joints prevent waste. Heavy cast iron retains heat. Both save fuel and 
make keeping fire over night or even longer an easy matter. 

4. Nearly vertical fire pot sides prevent ashes collecting which would cause walls to burn 
through. No yearly repair bills. 

5. Grate rolls on ball bearings— no tugging or pulling necessary. Dust and ashes cannot sift 
through tight-fitting doors. 

6. Deflecting plates in dome retard escape of flames — more heat from same fuel. The smooth 
plain castings, easily cleaned, save time and labor. 

SO 



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FROST KILLER 

Heavy Cannon Stove 
Read description pages 50, 52 and 53 



No. 
216 
218 
220 

224 



Fire -Pot 

16 in. 

18 in. 
20 in. 
24 in. 



Height 

49 in. 
51 in. 
53 in. 

57 in. 



Weight 
290 lbs. 
330 lbs. 
400 lbs. 
720 lbs. 



Stove 
Without Drum 

$24.30 
30.90 
36.40 
55.10 



With "A" 

Drum 

$27.30 
34.30 
40.10 
60.00 

.$8.30 



With *'B" 

Drum 

$29.70 
37.00 
43.10 
63.40 



Giant Hot Blast Ring for No. 220 (see page 52) add 

Magazine for Hard Coal for No. 220 and No. 224 add 4.20 

Note — Drum "B" is illustrated on page 52 and Drum "A" is exactly like "B" except that 
it does not have the deflecting plates. These drums increase the height of the stoves 20 inches 
and are slightly larger in diameter than the fire-pots. 



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Deflecting 
Plate 



FROST KILLER 

Economy Features 
See illustration page 51. Read description page 50. 

This illustration shows the interior of the top section of the FROST 
KILLER. The deflecting plate retards the progress of the flames, 
for they must pass around it be- 
fore they reach the smoke outlet. The flames re- 
main in the stove for a slightly longer time and 
their contact with this plate secures more heat. 
Fuel is saved in addition. This dome section 
containing the deflecting plate is regular equip- 
ment in all sizes of the FROST KILLER. Detail of Dome Section 



Ydefl'ecting \ 

PL. AX EX * 



Drums — 
Styles "A" 
and "B" 



For those who desire them, special drums are furnished for the four 
sizes of the FROST KILLER. The illustration shows the special 
drum Style "B" in place between the two parts of the top section. 
Inside this drum, as can be seen, there are two heavy cast deflec- 
tors or baffle plates, which in connection with the deflecting plate in the top section 

proper, cause the flames to be retarded. Their circulation 
is increased and as they come in contact with the deflecting 
plates heat is absorbed and the stove's radiating area in- 
creased. These drums get 
more heat from the fuel. 
They are furnished only 
when especially ordered. Note 
prices page 51. 

Style "A" Drum is sim- 
ilar to Style "B" and differs 
only in that it is not equipped 
with the deflecting plates. 

Style "B" Drum 

Giant Hot- The No. 220 FROST KILLER can be 

Blast Ring fitted with a special Hot Blast Ring if H ot Blast Ring 

desired. This ring has a register in front 
through which air is taken and introduced over the flames 

through large, even apertures. This air is necessary for complete combustion, that 
is, it helps produce a fire in which all the gases arc burned and there is practically 
no soot or smoke. (The hot-blast principle is illustrated and described on page 32.) 
This ring fits upon the top of the fire pot, resting between it and the door section. 
No bolts are required to hold it, and all that is necessary to install it is to lift up the 
door section, slide the ring in place and replace the door section on top the ring. 
See page 51 for prices for this attachment. 





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Eclipse- 
frost KILLER 

Details of Construction 
Illustrated page 51. Described pages 50 and 52. 
- • Northern and Southern pig irons of best quality are carefully blended 

Castings for the FROST KILLER castings. Rigid inspection insures per- 

fect castings and all are smooth and plain, free from deep carvings. 
T ints "^ flanges and the tongue and groove joints are carefully milled 

J making tight joints. No bolts or rods are used and consequently 

none can burn off — the weight of one unit resting on that below is sufficient to hold 
parts of the stove together and to give tight joints. 
■p. p . The sides of the fire pot are nearly vertical. Ashes cannot collect 

and there is no danger of the walls or grates burning through as a 
result. The fire pot castings are nearly an inch thick — they cannot rust out and once 
this mass of iron is thoroughly hot, heat is radiated long after the fire has died down. 

The ash pit is large and contains an extra sized bailed ash pan, which 

makes the removing of ashes easy. 

A special mixture of irons is used for the grate which is of the shaking 

and draw center type. It rolls on ball bearings and instead of the 
tugging and pulling necessary when the grate of an ordinary big stove is shaken, the 
FROST KILLER grate operates easily and with no exertion. 
t-v All doors are tightly fitted to prevent leaks. The feed door has a 

screw check draft and In the ash pit door a special draft register is 
provided, which supplies air to the flames and through which the grate is shaken. 
The feed and ash pit doors are unusually large. Note these sizes: 

No. Feed Door Ash Pit Door 

216 %y 2 x 9 inches 14 x 6 z / 2 inches 

218 9 x 10 inches 15 x 6^ inches 

220 10 xll inches 17^x6^ inches 

224 10 xll inches 22^x7 inches 

Few Parts Counting even the smallest pieces there are only 23 parts in the 

FROST KILLER. This illustration below shows these 23 parts and 
also indicates how easily the FROST KILLER can be put up or taken apart. No bolts 
or rods are required — just placing one unit on top another Is all that's necessary. 



Ash Pit 



Grate 




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OAKWOOD ECLIPSE 

Regular Height 

The OAKWOOD is a strong, powerful oak that will burn either coal or wood. It is 
particularly adapted to use in stores, halls and large rooms of any description, and is constructed 
to withstand the most severe service. From the fire-pot down the OAKWOOD is the same 
as our famous FROST KILLER heavy cannon stove (see pages 50, 51, 52 and 53). Above the 
fire-pot it is constructed like an oak, having a heavy gauge polished steel body and cast iron 
main front. The large double feed door is particularly convenient. Special cast corrugated 
linings six inches high encircle the top of the fire-pot and protect the lower part of the steel 
body where it joins the fire-pot. 

No Diameter Height Feed Door Opening Weight Price 

22 ' 22 inches 59 inches 12x18 380 lbs. $38.90 

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OAKWOOD ECLIPSE 

Extra High Body Section 

Read description page 54 

This form of the OAKWOOD is exactly like that shown on page 54, except that the body 

section is higher. This additional section contains a series of deflecting plates which retard the 

flames and get more heat from the fuel. 

No. Diameter Height Feed Door Opening Weight Price 

22 22 inches 71 inches 12 x 18 400 lbs. $43.60 

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STERLING ECLIPSE 

Standard Cannon Stove 

The STERTING is a neat, attractive cannon stove having many desirable features. It is 

tMith buuT preventing leaks and making it an excellent fire-keeper. The door barrel section 

ioined to the fire-pot by outside bolts— the bolts cannot bum off nor the joints open up. The 

firi-pot is corrugated, giving greater strength and more radiating surface. The strong draw 

center grate shakes the ashes into an extra big ash-pan. 



No. 
11 

13 
15 
17 

19 



Fire-Pot 
9Y 2 inches 
11^ inches 
13 T / 2 inches 
15^ inches 
ny 2 inches 



Height 

27^ inches 
30y 2 inches 
34 inches 
S7y 2 inches 
40^4 inches 

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Weight 

65 lbs. 

80 lbs. 
110 lbs. 
130 lbs. 
170 lbs. 



Price 

B 8.00 

9.70 

12.00 

14.20 

16.60 



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SUN ECLIPSE 

Junior Cannon 

This SUN ECr.IPSE is a very efficient small cannon stove. The materials used in its con- 
struction are of the very best and especial care is taken to make it tight. The swinging feed 
and ash-pit doors each have a register. The grate is of the shaking and dumping type. 



No. 
4 
5 
6 

7 



"Diameter Bowl 

10 inches 

11 inches 

12 inches 

13 inches 



Diameter Grate 

6 inches 

6^2 inches 

1 J / 2 inches 

9 inches 



Height 
23 inches 
25 inches 
27 inches 
31 inches 



Weight 

40 lbs. 
50 lbs. 
65 lbs. 
75 lbs. 



Price 

$6.50 

7.00 

8.30 

9.40 



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SUN ECLIPSE 

Four-Hole Laundry 

This stove lias four 8-inch covers and the flames are evenly distributed under all four. It 
has a shaking and dumping grate; is built of excellent materials and measures up fully to the 
Eclipse standard of construction. It is particularly suitable for laundry and tailoring purposes. 

Weight Price 



Xo. 

15 



Diameter Grate 

9 inches 



Top Surface 

22^ x 22^ 



Height 

25 inches 



95 lbs. 



$10.80 



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SUN ECLIPSE 

Two-Hole Laundry 

This is a slightly smaller size of the SUN ECLIPSE and has two full-sized 8-inch covers. 
It is designed particularly for laundry purposes; has a pouch feed and shaking and dumping 
grate. Well built of excellent materials. 

Diameter Grate Top Surface Height Weight Price 



No. 
8 



iVo. inches 



20x12 



24 inches 



70 lbs. 



$8.30 



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SUN ECLIPSE 

Two-Hole Laundry 

This form of the SUN ECLIPSE is made particularly for laundry and tailoring purposes. 
Its fire-pot is eight-sided, equipped with convenient holders for heating irons against the flat 
surfaces. There are two 8-inch covers in the top; the shaking and dumping grate is strong and 
of best materials; the stove has a pouch feed and is an unusual value at a low price. 



No. 

88 



Diameter Grate 

iy 2 inches 



Top Surface 

20x12 



Height 
24 inches 



Wei glit 
80 lbs. 



Price 
$9.00 



Ml 



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SUNBEAM ECLIPSE 

The SUNBEAM is a somewhat cheaper form of laundry stove and is a big bargain. It 
has two 8-inch covers, a shaking and dumping grate and pouch feed. It is well constructed 
throughout. 



28 
38 



Diameter Grate 

6 inches 
iy 2 inches 



Top Surface 

20x11^ 
20x115^ 



Height 

19^ inches 
2\y 2 inches 



45 lbs. 
55 lbs. 



Trice 

$5.30 

6.20 



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LUNAR ECLIPSE 

Without Flue Plates 

The LUNAR is a very heavy substantial box stove especially adapted for use in large halls, 
lumber camps, etc. Its shape makes it very strong and not liable to fire crack. Short bolts are 
used in mounting the stove and all are on the outside. It has a sliding hearth with register. 
The covers and renters are extra heavy. A swing-off top can be furnished if specially ordered. 
In the larger sizes the sides are made in two pieces, preventing possible cracking or warping. 



No. 


Length of Wood 


Weight 


Price 


18 


18 inches 


75 lbs. 


$ 6.90 


22 


22 inches 


105 lbs, 


8.40 


25 


25 inches 


125 lbs. 


9.70 


28 


28 inches 


150 lbs. 


12.50 


31 


31 inches 


190 lbs. 


15.30 


36 


36 inches 


250 lbs. 


19.40 



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LUNAR ECLIPSE 

With Flue Plates 

A special form of the LUNAR is made with flue plates as is shown in the above illustration. 
These two plates greatly increase the heating capacity of the stove and make a saving in fuel. 
They throw the heat directly under the two lids in the main top. In other details this stove 
is exactly like the LUNAR ECLIPSE, page 62. This special form is not shipped unless specified 
particularly. 



No. 


Length of Wood 


Wei glit 


Price 


22 


22 inches 


115 lbs. 


$ 9.70 


2S 


25 inches 


135 lbs. 


11.30 


28 


28 inches 


165 lbs. 


14.60 


31 


31 inches 


220 lbs. 


18.10 


36 


36 inches 


280 lbs. 


22.90 



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OZONO ECLIPSE SCHOOL HEATER 

Illustrated pages 65 and 67. Described page 66. 

The recent enactment of very rigid laws relative to school heating and ventilating 
by a large number of States has caused very close attention to be given to the apparatus 
for this purpose. The OZONO ECLIPSE school heater was first known as the OHIO 
OZONO since it was built to conform strictly to the unusually exacting laws set down 
by that State. Investigation has brought out the fact that a heater that conforms to 
OHIO laws will be in accord with the requirements of any of the other States and 
to avoid confusion the OHIO OZONO is now known as the OZONO ECLIPSE. It 
meets every heating and ventilating requirement of any of the States and has the 
approval of the Department of Inspection of Workshops, Factories and Public Build- 
ings of the State of Ohio. 

Proper The evils of improper ventilation are well known. Probably in no 

Ventilation other place are the effects so harmful as in the school room where a 
Essential large number of active growing children are confined in a small space. 

The oxygen in the air quickly becomes exhausted and unless some 
means is provided for renewing the supply, the air becomes extremely harmful — one 
pupil breathes that which another has just exhaled. 

A Stove Does A common stove cannot ventilate — it cannot maintain an even, steady 
Not Give It temperature. Even if permitted by law a stove would be entirely 
unsatisfactory, for a room so heated is either too hot or too cold and 
is seldom comfortable. 

The Ozono The OZONO ECLIPSE heats and ventilates perfectly. It supplies 
Eclipse Does to each child an abundance of pure fresh air; it removes from the 
room all foul and cold air; it increases the efficiency of both pupils 
and teacher — they can do more and better work under healthful, sanitary conditions; 
it does away with cold floors and allows the seating of the children close to the heater 
without fear of overheating; it saves fuel. 

Easy to In most rural schools a furnace is impossible because it requires a 

Install basement. The OZONO ECLIPSE is installed in the room— does 

not require a basement. Its initial cost is moderate and it is economical 
to operate. It is the logical heating and ventilating plant. 

Has Other Although designed particularly for schools the OZONO ECLIPSE 
Uses can be used in churches, halls, lodge rooms or any large room where 

people congregate. 



THE STATE OF OHIO APPROVES 

State of Ohio 



DEPARTMENT OF INSPECTION OF WORKSHOPS, FACTORIES 
AND PUBLIC BUILDINGS 
Columbus 

The Eclipse Sto%'e Co.. Mansfield, Ohio. Jan. 28, 1913. 

Gentlemen: — Confirming Mr. Redding's report while in Mansfield with reference to the 
inspection of your OZONO ECLIPSE school heater installed in the school building in District 
No. 9, Madison Tp., Richland Co., permit me to state: 

That a careful inspection was made of the system in this building and it was found that the 
construction and installation of the heater complied with the requirements of the State Building 
Code and this Department. The room was uniformly heated and the anemometer test which was 
made showed that the vent flue was efficient and that the required air change in the room was 
at the same time accomplished as required by law. We are satisfied that your heater will fulfill 
all requirements of the law, if installed in accordance with the rules laid down by this Depart- 
ment. Very truly yours, 

(Signed) T. P. KEARXS, Chief Inspector. 



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Exterior View 
Read pages 64, 66 and 67 
This view shows how convenient it is to fire the OZONO ECLIPSE. The feed door is big 
and opens up to the fire like a furnace feed door. It is not necessary to open the ash-pit door 
to shake the grate. The small draft register shown also provides an opening for the shaker. 
No dust or dirt gets into the room. The ash-pan is large. Every part is tightly built and the 
OZONO ECLIPSE holds fire over night easily— the room is always warm and comfortable in 

the morning. 

No. 320. List price $ 95.00 

No. 324. List price 120.00 

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OZONO ECLIPSE SCHOOL HEATER 

Details of Construction 

See pages 64, 65 and 67 

Inner or The inner or heater part of the OZONO ECLIPSE is of exactly 

Heater Part the same construction as the FROST KILLER heavy cannon stove 

illustrated and described on pages 50, 51, 52 and 53. 

It is made of pure cast iron which can't rust out and will last a life-time. The 
fire-pot walls are nearly an inch thick — vertical rather than flared, which gives a 
greater fuel capacity and exposes a smaller area of iron to the hot coals. Ashes can- 
not collect and cause the walls to burn through. 

The draw center grate is extra strong — heavy yet easy to operate, for it rolls on 
ballbearings. No tugging or pulling is necessary. The work is made much easier 
and the strains and twists which shorten the life of a grate are done away with. 

The ash pit is wide, deep and fitted with a large bailed ash-pan. 

In the door a special draft register gives air to the fire and provides 

a place for shaking the grate while the ash pit door is closed. No dust 
nor dirt can get into the room. 

The baffle plate and steel radiating drum in the dome utilize all 
the heat and much more good is obtained from the fuel. 

Outer Casing The illustration shows the construction of the outer 
casing which causes the hot air to circulate and pre- 
vents direct radiation, making it possible for pupils to be seated near 
the heater and yet not become over-heated. The inner wall of this 
casing is of cold-rolled steel lined with thick asbestos. Between this 
and the outer wall there is a 34-inch non-radiating air space and the 
outer wall is of polished blue steel. This casing keeps the temperature 
near the stove the same as that of other parts of the room. 

Water Pan In order that the air will not become too dry a little 

moisture is necessary and in the OZONO ECLIPSE 

this is supplied by a water pan or humidifier which is located inside 

npe asing ^ e cas i n g j ust below the feed door. It is convenient to fill and has 

a capacity of three gallons. With water always in the humidifier there is no danger 

of the air becoming too dry. 

Floor Tray A galvanized iron, asbestos lined tray is furnished with the OZONO. 
It catches dirt that might drop to the floor when firing the stove or 
removing the ash pan and serves as a protection should hot coals for any reason fall to 
the floor. It makes cleaning under the OZONO easier also. 

Capacity The OZONO is built in two sizes: No. 320 with 20-inch fire-pot, 

and No. 324 with 24-inch fire-pot. The No. 320 is of ample size 

for rooms under 14,000 cubic feet, but the No. 324 should be specified for larger 

rooms. 

Inside diameter of fire-pot 

Height from floor to top of casing 

Diameter of casing 

Height of inside drum of radiator 

Size of feed door 

Size of cold air intake opening ^^ s< ^' m ' 

Weight 

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No, 320 


No. 324 


20 in. 


24 in. 


62 in. 


68 in. 


36 in. 


42 in. 


15 in. 


15 in. 


10x11 hi. 


12x13 in. 


256 sq. in. 


400 sq. in. 


630 lbs. 


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Read pages 64, 65 and 66 
The straight arrows indicate the course taken by the fresh air as it is drawn from the out- 
side through the fresh air intake and passed up between the heated surfaces of the stove proper and 
tire exterior casing. As it moves over the hot portions of the stove it absorbs heat and rises, 
passing out the top of the casing to be circulated to all parts of the room. As it travels it cools and 
settles to the floor to be drawn out through the foul air extractor which is located in the_ base of 
the chimney (see special literature). This circulating operation is continuous, fresh air being 
drawn in from the outside, heated, circulated and then drawn out as foul air. The wavy 
arrows indicate the action of the heat and flames inside the stove proper. It will be noticed that 
they are detained by the deflecting plate in the dome and much more heat is secured from them. 

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OZONO ECLIPSE ROOM HEATER 

Illustrated page 69 

The problem of maintaining an even temperature, which' is always encountered 
in school room heating, also often gives much trouble in the heating of store rooms, 
lodge rooms, halls or other large rooms where heat is needed in abundant quantities. 
In these places there is more natural ventilation, consequently that feature of the 
OZONO ECLIPSE SCHOOL HEATER, by which fresh air is brought from the 
outside, is not so important as it is in school room heating. The OZONO ECLIPSE 
ROOM HEATER, which is similar to the SCHOOL HEATER in every way ex- 
cept that it does not bring in fresh air, has been found to be a remarkable heater for 
such places and each year sees more and more of these systems installed in stores, amuse- 
ment places, work shops and other large rooms where steady heat is necessary. 

Many times a big heater that will evenly warm a large room is desired and the 
OZONO ECLIPSE school heater described pages 64, 65, 66 and 67 is not practical 
on account of its ventilating attachments. For ledge rooms, churches and halls or 
other large rooms we have designed the OZONO ECLIPSE ROOM HEATER 
which differs from the school heater only in that it does not take its supply of air for 
heating from the outside and does not extract the air after it has been used. 

This room heater gives very satisfactory heat for large rooms such as mentioned 
above because of its circulating feature. Cold air is drawn from the floor of the room 
and is passed over the intensely hot surfaces of the inner heater, passing up between 
the inner heater and the outside casing. After becoming thoroughly heated the air 
currents pass out the top of the casing and circulate to all parts of the room. As they 
travel they become cold and settle to the floor to again be drawn into the casing and 
re-heated. 

A continual flow of heated air is the result and corners of the rooms are uni- 
formly heated the same as spots nearer the stove. The whole room is maintained at 
an even temperature. 

The outer casing prevents direct radiation from the stove proper and makes it 
possible to sit near the stove without fear of over-heating. The circulating feature 
also permits the placing of the heater in the corner of the room and it is not necessary 
that the OZONO be centrally located in order to evenly heat the room'. 

The principle of circulating the heated air is the same with the OZONO ROOM 
HEATER as it is with the SCHOOL HEATER and in all details of construction 
the two are exactly alike with the exception of the ventilating features as mentioned 
above. Both have the well-known FROST KILLER heavy cannon stove for their 
inner or heater part. 

The success of this circulating principle as emploved in the SCHOOL HEATER 
and ROOM HEATER lead to the bringing out of the ECLIPSE CIRCULATOR, 
a brand new stove illustrated and described on pages 29 to 33. 

It is a stove that heats in exactly the same manner as the ROOM HEATER 
but is somewhat smaller and is constructed more elaborately and handsomely since it 
is primarily designed for use in homes. Should a heater of the circulating type be de- 
sired for small store rooms the CIRCULATOR would be found very desirable. 

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OZONO ECLIPSE ROOM HEATER 

Described page 68 
It will be seen that the OZONO ECLIPSE ROOM HEATER shown above 
is V ey similar to the OZONO ECLIPSE SCHOOL HEATER ulustrated on 
pages 65 and 67 and described pages 64 and 66. The room heater however is not 
equipped with the ventilating attachments, that is, with the fresh air pipe for bringing 
air for heating in from the outside, nor with the foul air extractor. It does not have 
the water pan, but in all other details of construction the heaters are exactly smular. 
Each has the well-known FROST KILLER stove for its inner or heater part. 



No. 320. List price. 
No. 324. List price. 



.$69.50 
. 93.00 



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RADIUM ECLIPSE 

Warm Air Furnace 

The RADIUM is a thoroughly satisfactory warm air furnace burning hard or 
soft coal, coke or wood. It is a particularly good furnace for the hardware or stove 
dealer and fits in well with a line of stoves due to its very moderate cost. It is thor- 
oughly well made, capable of standing the most severe usage and is economical to 
operate. The RADIUM is low in first cost and when installed complete costs the 
home-owner but little more than he would pay for a strictly high-grade base burner. 
It is made in two sizes as listed below. The No. 20 will heat a six or seven-room 
house satisfactorily in most severe weather, and the No. 24 will furnish sufficient heat 
for houses much larger. The above illustration shows the RADIUM complete just 
as furnished, except that we do not place the hot-air pipes in the dome. The dome 
is furnished solid so that as many pipes can be connected to it as are necessary and 
they can be located wherever desired. In some instances the RADIUM is desired 
without casing. Prices for the furnace with and without casing are given below. 





Diameter 


Diameter 


Total 


Height 






No. 


Fire-Pot 


Casing 


Height 


of Dome 


Weight 


List Price 


20 


20 in. 


36 in. 


70 in. 


14 in. 


638 lbs. 


$74.50 


24 


24 in. 


42 in. 


76 in. 


14 in. 


870 lbs. 


98.00 



No. 20, Complete, less casing $54.50 

No. 24. Complete, less casing 76.00 

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RADIUM ECLIPSE 

Sectional View 
Read page 70 

This illustration shows the inner or heater part of the RADIUM. It will be 
seen that the RADIUM is adapted from the FROST KILLER heavy cannon stove 
illustrated and described on pages 50, 51, 52 and 53. It is made entirely of pure cast 
iron which will not rust out; no bolts or rods are used in joining the parts and there 
is none to burn off. All parts are tight-fitting, preventing leaks and saving fuel. The 
castings are extra-heavy, will not burn out and when once thoroughly hot they radiate 
heat for a long time after the fire has died down. Deflecting plates in the dome 
retard the progress of the flames and secure from them a great deal of heat that ordi- 
narily escapes. The casing of the RADIUM is of three thicknesses (see page 66). 
The inner is of cold-rolled steel; then comes a layer of thick asbestos and the 
outer casing is of heavy galvanized iron. This triple casing confines all the heat 
generated and prevents it being radiated out into the cellar where it is not needed. 

Two forms of the RADIUM are furnished : one, complete with casing as illus- 
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PREMO ECLIPSE GAS RANGES 

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This illustrates Style "A" equipped with white enameled splash plates around 
the cooking top. These plates add much to the appearance of the ranges and lessen 
the housewife's work. The white enameled drip and broiler pans illustrated are 
standard equipment on all the ranges. This style occupies 49 x 28 inches of floor 
space; can be furnished with either right or left oven and with glass oven door panels 
if desired. 

The PREMO ECLIPSE line leads in attractive design and appearance, in 
features of safety and convenience, and cannot be surpassed in fuel economy. 

1 Economy The extra-tight oven construction and non-radiating air space be- 
tween the inner and outer body walls conserve heat and save fuel. 
Cast iron burners which cannot leak gas make a further saving while the top arrange- 
ment with its giant, three medium and simmering burners gives the right combination 
for satisfactory and economical cooking. 

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PREMO ECLIPSE GAS RANGES 

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Style "VL" as shown above and Style "M" with oven on the right are close- 
coupled ranges built particularly for apartment use. They require only 40 x 23 inches 
of floor space, have a large oven and unusually large broiler. These ranges and all 
others of the line have a special opening in the oven bottom for the cooking of foods 
with strong odors so arranged that all cooking smells pass out the flue. 

To get an adequate idea of these ranges you should see them. The illustra- 
tions in the special catalog reproduce them faithfully, however. Send for your 
copy. 

2 Safety Explosion in PREMO ECLIPSE ranges is impossible because a 

patented, automatic oven-lighting device positively prevents accident. 
With it the oven door must always be open before the burner can be lighted, and the 
explosion of collected gas is thus made impossible. Even the usual "puffing" is done 
away with. 

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PREMO ECLIPSE GAS RANGES 

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Style "P" above, and Style "VO" on the opposite page are the latest additions 
to the PREMO ECLIPSE line. They are adapted to apartment use because of their 
size, requiring only 43 x 26 inches. The top has three medium, one giant and one sim- 
mering burner, an ideal combination for economical cooking. A large oven and 
extra-large broiler give these ranges a big capacity. The price is very reasonable. 

These ranges and all the table styles make cooking and baking a pleasure. 
Stooping and reaching are done away with — there are no backaches. 

3 Durability Moisture caused by the combustion of gas cannot rust out the cast 
iron burners. The frames, fronts, oven bottoms and top castings 
of this same material insure a life-time of satisfactory service. Other parts are made 
of special polished steel which adds to the long life of the stoves. They are built 
tight — built right. 

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PREMO ECLIPSE GAS RANGES 

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„. . . t(XT ~„ , u nfhers of the line have a one-piece U-shaped oven 

This style, VO and aU 1^ cQVers the whole oven bottom and a l so sup _ 
burner ot pure cast iron It ettec trve j > ^^ ^^ ^^ fe ^ ^ ^^ fe located 
plies heat or broiling Instead of seve Lighting this burner requires but three 

in front along with the top burner _v -^ ^^ ^ aperture in oven bottom 
operations; opening oven door; placing 

and turning valve. , , 

„,, , • u . u rt11 ohould send for also shows our gas heating 

The gas cata log whiet i you sho ^^ and TRQpic natuml gas 

stoves as well as the TORK1JJ nat^ t, 

room heater. , , ... . . . , , 

. particularly easy to light as is explained above 

4 Convenience The oven burnei is P ^ ^^.^ without loosening a bolt or 

All parts can be rem ^ ^^ ^ ^ ^.^ enameled parts 

screw. The doors drop to form coi „ Nub ; an „ dull b l ack enamel which requires 
make cleaning easy. All cast parts arc 
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PREMO ECLIPSE GAS RANGES 

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This Style "G" is one of three forms of low oven ranges. It has the standard top 
burner equipment and the U-shaped oven burner found on the table styles and also 
has the white enameled pans which make all the ranges more sanitary. In quality 
of materials and careful workmanship it is of exactly the same high standard as the 
high oven styles. It differs only in design. 

A few minutes spent looking through the special catalog will thoroughly 
convince you of the many points of excellence in the PREMO ECLIPSE line. 

5 Appearance Smooth, plain castings, finished in dull-black enamel and white 

enameled parts are combined to give the whole PREMO ECLIPSE 

line a distinctive and very pleasing appearance. Harmonious outlines and smooth 

rounded surfaces, coupled with attractive design, make these stoves welcome in every 

kitchen. They are unusually handsome and good to look at. 

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HELPING YOU SELL THE STOVES 

A stove sold to the dealer is in reality only half sold, and the sale 
is a poor one for us unless the dealer in turn can sell this stove to one 
of his customers. 

It is in helping our agents to do just this thing, sell the stove-user, 
that our extensive advertising and selling-help campaign has been 
evolved. 

There are eleven units in this service and each can be used to ex- 
cellent advantage by the stove dealer. People on farms are reached 
by advertisements in farm journals; town and city folk read snappy 
ECLIPSE ads in their newspapers and the name of the ECLIPSE 
agent nearest them is impressed again and again when they see the 
ECLIPSE signs, banners, moving picture slides and cards and receive 
letters, booklets, circulars and other literature which we furnish our 
agents for distribution. 

Space will not permit giving all the details of the eleven units here, 
but our salesmen are always glad to explain thoroughly, or, if you 
will request it, we'll be pleased to send you information on all the 
phases of this advertising and selling plan. 

To get the most out of this help that we're giving it is necessary 
that the stove dealer give some of his energy and time and that he co- 
operate with us enthusiastically. Hundreds of dealers who are now 
ECLIPSE agents have found that the plan is an excellent one and 
they are working enthusiastically with greatly increased sales as their 
reward. Every dealer should be glad to give a little of his time, for 
the entire service costs him nothing in money. Every unit of it is 
absolutely FREE. The ECLIPSE stoves that he buys are as good 
and many times better values than he can get elsewhere and they are 
made much better values when this FREE advertising and selling 
help is considered. 

Talk to our salesman about this when he visits you next — or if 
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GUARANTEE 



Every ECLIPSE stove is guaranteed to be perfect in workmanship; 
to be made of the best materials and to operate satisfactorily when installed 
properly and used under reasonable conditions. A part that fire cracks or 
shows a mechanical defect within a year will be replaced free of charge. If 
after a sixty day trial any ECLIPSE stove should fail to give satisfaction, 
from any fault of the stove itself, the defect will be remedied or a new stove 
supplied without cost. This guarantee applies only when the stoves are in- 
stalled in conformance with the reasonable suggestions given below. 



THE OPERATION OF STOVES 

Use pipe of exactly the same size as the collar of the stove. Do not taper pipe 
to fit the hole in the chimney; make the hole larger. A cook stove or range should 
never be attached to a chimney less than 8x8 inches. See that there are no other 
openings, or stoves attached to the same flue and that the chimney is higher than the 
ridge of the roof. Be sure that the pipe fits the collar and is not pushed too far into 
the chimney. 

No stove has what is called draft — the chimney furnishes the draft. ECLIPSE 
stoves will operate perfectly in the open air with four joints of pipe attached. Any 
stove that will work properly under such conditions will work properly when attached 
to a correctly constructed flue. Whenever a strong draft cannot be obtained when the 
direct damper is open the trouble will be found in the chimney. Sometimes the draft 
of a chimney can be too strong — the heat being carried around the oven so rapidly 
that it cannot be absorbed by the oven plate and the oven fails to heat sufficiently. 
A damper in the pipe is necessary to prevent the too strong draft. In all cases give 
the chimney attention first — it is a rare case in which the stove is "wrong." 

REMEMBER THESE DIRECTIONS 

Caution user not to fill fire-box above the top of fire linings. Shake grate often 
and keep it free from cinders and ashes. Be sure to empty the ash pan at least once 
each day. If you use hard coal always use range size. 

IF A STOVE IS APPARENTLY UNSATISFACTORY 

If a stove is apparently not giving satisfaction, the dealer should investigate all 
the possible reasons for such failure thoroughly following the above suggestions. 
Never send the stove back without first trying to correct the difficulty and always 
advise before you return it. We may be able to help you find the trouble without 
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TERMS AND SHIPMENTS 

All remittances must be made in bankable funds available without cost to us. 
Expenses of collection and exchange, as well as interest on all accounts past due, must 
be paid by the debtor. 

All claims against invoices must be made within ten days after receipt o goods. 

Terms on repairs are NET CASH. 

t ■ i „ nil goods are 

In order to save our customers excessive transportation charges <" ■ » 

shipped "RELEASED" at consignee's risk. Our responsibility ceases on e lV " y Q ° s 

the goods to the transportation company and obtaining from them a receip D0 _ tat ; on 

shipped in good order." Any claims for damages must be made of the tX 

company. 

INSTRUCT YOUR DRAYMAN OR FREIGHT RECEIVER 

t.. ,,,r • j Li! futlv inspect the 

It is important then that before accepting goods you should careru^j 

articles to be sure that there are no SHORTAGES 'or BREAKAGES- 

there* have the 
If the complete shipment as described by the Bill of Lading is notj notify 

agent make a note on the Paid Freight Receipt of the articles SHORT- ^ good's 

us immediately in order that a tracer may be started after the missing g°° ' ^ p a jj 
are broken or otherwise damaged, insist upon the agent noting in detail UP made 

Freight Receipt the fact and nature of the damage, that claim may be pi° con( ji t i on 
of the transportation company for the expense of putting the goods in saia 

If these reasonable precautions are not taken it prevents recourse U P 
portation company for losses caused by shortage or breakage. 



HOW TO ORDER REPAIRS 



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Stove Names Every Eclipse stove bears the name "ECLIPSE" in con J\ wn ich tne 
some other distinguishing name which indicates the c * aSS , CLASSIC 
stove belongs. For instance there is the JOY ECLIPSE, a cast range? the ^^ fe 
ECLIPSE, a steel range; the COLONIAL ECLIPSE, a base burner- ^^ ^ ^ 
always found in some conspicuous place on the stove and the stove's n ^ 1qw t ^ ese 
given a prominent location. In ordering repair parts it is well to 
suggestions : 

|« Give full name and number of the stove. 

2 - Give as full a description as possible of the part desired. gtate whether 

3* When ordering castings of which there are two or more on stove, pl eaS 

"front" or "back," "right" or "left." f t oDt. 

f* That part of the stove directly opposite the pipe collar is always called the ^^ not tQ 

*• When you wish to describe any part as "right" or "left," stand in front &t 

°ne side or behind it. ; s square. 

In ordering outside parts of cook stove or range, state if stove has reservoir 

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