Nice looking MO114 Richard. Heck of a deal too! Looks just like mine on a diet.
It has worked out well. I was a little afraid that the shaker would drop too many live coals after reading your experience with your cook stove and that both you and William favor stove size coal, which i assume is for that reason. It turned out that the fire bridges just enough to allow the ash to drop easily without dropping more than a few pieces of pea size coal and frequently not even that. Easiest and fastest shake down of any stove I have tried. The coal I an using seems to be a mix from stove to pea size. You can see the 6 point socket I use for shake down in the picture.
The stove lacks the back pipe but since I run it at low output (20 pound per day) the stack temperature is just right at a bit less than 200 on the surface of the pipe. Four feet further I can hold my hand on it.
What a nice collection to have all three sizes of the stove.
Would very much like to try a stove with the design of Williams no. 9. They are not as pretty so should be less money.