Democrat and Chronicle from Rochester, New York on January 21, 1929 · Page 28
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ROCHESTER DEMOCRAT AND CHROXTCLE. MONDAY. JANUARY 21, 1959 2S A M ( be In w li r Jc da pi of Al P ofl lo he at N 24 Si t f- ert bM THE ELECTRIC FURNACE MAN Put la Tb Coal Takes Out Th Alhes CUTS THE COAL BILL IN HALF Automatic Utilities Corp. 370 East Avenue Stona 172 BUSINESS REVIEW PAGfc ( 1 1 The IRON FIREMAN Automatic Coal Burner K Forced Under firing jar Heating and Power Plants SA VING til COST OF I-TEL LABOR BURNS SOFT COAL WITHOUT SMOKE IRON FIREMAN SALES CO.7 Mm JflJJ DO YOUR FLOORS NEED ATTENTION? Berry Bros, floor varnisK or shellacs will pve the right finish and can He applied easily. Then rent one of our electric floor polishers and waxers at $2.00 per day. Berry Brot. Floor Varni.h. .$5.25 gral. White Shellac .., .,. .$3.00 gal. Johnion't Floor Wax. . .... ... . . .70c lb. LESTER HARDWARE CO. ISO West Main St Builders' Hardware Specialists, OFFICE ATTRACTIVENESS 11 Attractive Offirei arc usually mule sttrsctive hy ttrsctive oflire lurnUhinjt and 7IMMI' helpi you lo nuke selection ti priclir XCLUSIVE! (h 1L JJL attrartivc hy H;R LI service Ol tl it they ire 1 I I V 1 1 V III 1 1 W I IIIVllttllRla-flS 126-132 SOUTH AVE. I i Better Lighting Pays Good Dividends HOMER KNAPP GENiiRAL BUILDING CONSTRUCTION Personal Qnlllr Ht ad 1462 Servfce Roeoattriiction a Specialty Main St. East Pleated to have you vititour plant Contractors1 v.l . HaiU.iUb. CONTRACTORS 135 Ridge Road Oiy-Acetylen WELDING Steel Tank Mfgt. LEAD BURNING FOR ALL CHEMICALS MONEL AND PURE NICKEL WELDING GENESEE WELDING WORKS FIRM SUPPLIES HIGHEST GRADE SAND, GRAVELS - Strict SDccifications for City and State Work Are Met Easily New Location, 9-11 N. Washington SUPPLIES FOR DOGS Collars, Harnett, Lead, Blanked, Sweater., Foods, Sleepiag Blanket. JOHN A. WEIDF.R & SON 25 27 Spring St. Air Cushion 'Index Label' RUBBER STAMPS NoUri borputaliuo SEALS Stencil, etc. C. II. r.ORSE & SON Mai. 1291 IS So. Water St. Grit, Not Luck, Rule of Success, KEY EXPERTS Says Harness Man in Motor Age J gy DRIVER FROM A 'TAG' "Give Them What They Want' Code of John A. Welder, 50 Years in Business "Thra Is no such thing a lurk in business," nay. John A. Welder, of John A. Welder Son, ham"' dealer and manufacturer of 25 ST T PRflffllPTx WiVWFTi ePr'"r s'r",t. who today conclude Main 7309 Consolidated Materials, of Terminal 'Building, Proud of Wares Never Rejected Chat. T. Higgins 17 Cbarlotta Street Stoae 2481 CUSTOM AUTOMOBILE TRIMMER '1 Triaa tka Car Not the Owner" COAL COKE SMITH COAL CO. Henry S. (Doa) Smith Mah 1U 1U S. CUnt Art. Rand one wi material dug from the ground and mixed with cement to make concrete. Now It In a high ly refined material that require tests lasting 28 days hefore It may he accepted for city or state con atructlon work. And It la to the credit of the Consolidated Materials' Corporation of the Teminal Buildings that In the last two yeara, while supplying mors than S.000 carloads of sand and gravel a year to contractors doing work under rigid supervision of specification material, the com pany has had not a ton of Its wares rejected. fliwclflcatlun Specialists The corporation deals almost ex. rluslvely In specification work, where the materials used In con struction muet come up to high standards to satisfy engineers. Be sides the high quality of Its goods, the company speclallr.es In servlr! to Its clients, offering quick dellv erles anywhere In the vicinity. Two distributing plants, one at Bernard In Pewey Avenue, and the other In Mount Hope Avenue, are used to enahle Immediate anawers to all orders. iNeany a months time la con sumed In testing the washed sand and gravel bought for municipal and slate construction nurnoses. Exhaustive examination Is msde of samples of the material and smsll hrlequets are made for various tests and left, to dry hefore broken open for various tests. Not, over 3 per cent, silt can be contained In the gravel, and at the producing elation 1,200 gallons of water a minute pour over the raw material. Abrasion must be kept under 10 per rent. Other tests designated by state engineers determine the organic composition of the sample, Its hardness, tensile strength under pressure and compressive strength to establish what force It will carry without break ing down. Besides this, another test determines the percental of losm contained In the material, and another how much the gravel "grades out" when It Is screened. Meaning System Complete Sand and gravel must be clean. that Is, free from all foreign sub stances, in order to make good concrete, and the Consolldsted Materials Corporation boasts of Its cleaning system whereby its prod ucts are washed clear from all vegetable or animal Impurities, even In small quantities. These Impuri ties, such as loam, dust, clay or any kind of oiganlc matter coat the sand particles so that the ce ment cannot stick to them, cannot oonrt as It should. The atrengih of the concrete depends upon the adhesion of the cement mixture to the clean surfsres of sound, hard particles or said or gravel. As the production plant at Max wells. IH miles from Rochester In the hcottsvllle Road, produces an average of 30 carloads of sand and gravel a day, only the moat complete equipment, modern method and machinery may be used. This particular gravel deposit, pronounced by engineers to be the finest In this part of the state, treated by advanced processes through a mammoth plant occupying part of the 130-acre tract, with approved washing, screening and crushing equipment. Insures quality materials, without which concrete that will not crumble, pit or crack cannot be made. Mashing by Pressure As the gravel travels on an end less belt conveyor It is Mist dumped Into the washer, wheie a poweiful m m ii stream or water removes the lighter oiganio materials and clay, and then is can led to ona of the huge storage bins. When or dered. the material Is taken from the stoiage, again on a belt conveyor, and feeds through a scrubber" revolving under a four-inch stream of water under high pres- a century In tha harness busi ness. Mr. Welder's belief that luck plays no part In buslnesa is prob ably controversial, but the fact does remain that after .V) years In business, the trsd of this harness dealer and manufacturer Is grow ing despite th fact that one doesn't see one horse to 1,00 motor cars In the street of this or most any other city In the country. Business Still Increasing Last, year, at the time that Mr. weiner wss last interviewed re garding the condition of his business, his harness business had increased 20 per cent, over that of 11)27, and he saw no reason to believe that the Increase wouldn't continue at about the same ratio. This success, therefore, would In dicate that Mr. Welder has brought to his business a great deal of sagacity, honest dealing and serv ice. In other words he la offering tha people who use horses what they want, and the people are buying from him. Born In this city Feb. 2fl, lfUSO, !:?" U 7 x-v J t7 i "".. Quick Duplication of Key by Sykes Company Aids Motorist in 'Hole' GRINDING A SPECIALTY Cutlery, Electrical ' Wares Sidelines of Firm Long at Front Street Site ConSOLIDated WASHED SAND AND GRAVEL Sold "by tha ton" tha only way to get what you order ia quantity even as you get it in quality, the Consolidated way. TVuckloads Carloads Trainloads DISTRIBUTING 221 ML Hop At Monro MS2 STATIONS N. V. C R R. Sidiai. Btrnard. N. Y. CI.. ll CONSOLIDATED MATERIALS CORP. Cm. OftKM XX Tarmlnal Bids, S Brasa St. Mia 4721 THREE GRADES ROBOX GAS Blue, All-Weather, Motor MOBILOIL Alemiting In Covered and Heated Tits Culver Road at Humboldt St. Rochester Box & Lumber Co. GAS STATION JOHN A. WEIDER In business he was Interested In several enterprises, Including the Danford Knapp Truck Storage Company and the original Vulcanite l'avlng Company. A few of Mr. Welder's oldtlme customers are still on his books, among them the F. A C. Crittenden Company, since 1 SOS ; Sam Oottry Carting Company, since 1R92; Big Kim Dairy Company, since 1910; Mr. Welder went to work for .1. C. Blsnchard Storage Company, since Hayrten Company, furniture 1912, and the Company, manufacturers, when he wss 12 years of age. After a few months he left the employment of the Hayden company to work for the Rochester I'nlon Advertiser Printing Company, and he helped In the printing of election ballnla for the Horace C.reely presidential campaign. He continued In the printing business until the Spring of 1S7S, when he hired out as an apprentice harness maker. Holds Oldtlme Customers On Jan. 20, 1870, he started his own business at South Avenue and Griffith Street, and In lt moved to South Avenue and Court. Street. In that year he opened his first hank account, making his deposits with the Traders National Bank, which was then located over the A. S. Mann Dry Goods store In tho Powers Building. Mr. Weider has conducted his business In Spring Street since ISttfl. Two years after moving to this street he patented a fire truck and ambulance collar for horses, which he manufactured and sold In this country, Canada, F.ngland Bartholomay Com pany, since 38fl2. Saw Business evolution Mr. Welder has sold the Bar tholomay Company close to $90,000 worth of merchandise during the last 37 years. In the days when this company wss operated as a brewery he was often paid by the Bartholomay Company as high as $,V)0 for a double harness. "Harness manufacturing has been revolutionized In the last 80 yeara from hand stitching to machine work," said Mr. Welder a few days ago, "The average day's hand stitching waa five heavy trares In ten hours. Today a mschlne and operator will stitch 75 traces in ten hours, end all other harness work has been Increased propor tionately. Two men with up-to- date machinery ran now do work that required eight men In former years. When I began business I paid 29 cents a pound for leather weather now sells lor 07 cents a pound. "To be successful In business you must have grit, determination, will Ingness to work, good credit and a and Russia. In hla earlier years 'sharp lead pencil." aura where the lest vestige of organic! accumulations are removed before shipment. When It Is remembered that the presence of organlo Impurities In aggregate should absolutely bar It from consideration for concrete work of any Importance, the extreme value of the scientific washing and scouring processes of the Consolidated Materils' Corpooratlon Is at once apparent. Rochester builders for which sand and gravel are furnished by the Depends on Whether They Have Diet of Good Baking Powder tlon by the Rltter-Dental Company, the Yawman Erbe Building in Chestnut Street, the Rochester Trust A Safe Deposit Building and the Crittenden plant. Metallurgist Predicts Use of Aluminum Garb Senator Copeland (N. Y.): ... I remember that a Russian colonel and his wife started to the United corporation recently includa th.jStfttM by way of Constantlnople , , new Keith-Albee Palace Theater, I . , the Masonic Temnle. new construe-!Bllt ln the meantime a baby had been born, and when the family reached Ellis Island the authorities ald the father and mother, being Russians, could come In, but the baby, born ln Constantinople, waa a Turk, and rould not, come ln. This Is on the theory, I mppose, that if kittens are born In an oven they are no kittens, but biscuit. . . . Senator Johnson (Minn.) I saw jln the papers a couple of days ago Berlin T Th day Is not far! that the Senator from New York distant when r-eonl. will wear m"1,B BPepcn ,n wasningtnn m clothing made of aluminum, says Pr. James Rublnfeld, metallurgist expert. He points out that thin aluminum already Je used successfully made a forming us that 90 per cent of the renators are lawyers. Why is It, then, that these able attorneys, law-makers, have not provided ln the laws which they have lor years and years been putting on the statute books some means of giving a leeway to certain officials of this Government to use common horse STONE 357 rrLrvry I Local and Lonf Distance Mofinj Haulinp for the Interior decoration of air planes, for tha outside covering of shoes and on fancy pocketbooks sense? and ladies' vanity, bags. Senator Copeland: . . , Store the From this. Dr. Rublnfeld argues, , lawyers have failed to do that, it Is It i. but a step toward th us of 'J" business of the laymen, like the , ,. .Senator-from Minnesota and my-alumlnum a. a substltut for cloth. sdf tQ nnd way tQ conM "Already," he says, "Germany ex- feet, ports to Italy aluminum brocades I Senator Johnson: But we need that Is. brocades for ladles' gar- '"ore laymen Here lor tnat purpose. menta woven of fine aluminum I Senator Copeland: Mr. resident, k .a. ..ti,... 1. uti. h. ihen we read a law we find on threads. There Is littl. danger !fvrfy ,mrd (he that these materials will tear or:Prli Wherever that word Is put ln, crumple," h says, "because the lit is where one of the lawyers of sensitive metal has been neutral-the Senate haj injected himself, lied and been mada capable of There was once a family of tlx stretching through lavera of rellu- 'persons cast aay on a desert Is- "Any chance of making up a key from this, Mister? It's the only key to the rsr we had, and I gotta have another to get the machine out of a parking inne. The speaker laid a small piece of metal on the counter of the E. C. Sykes A Company store at, 12 Front Street and glanced hopefully at Mr. Sykes, who picked up what had once been tha forepart of an automobile key and answered: "Sure, we can fix you up. Be ready In a half hour." "Say, that's great! Better fix me up a couple of 'em, so I won't get In this jam again right away. The Incident Is not fabricated, but took place at the Sykes counter last week, even to the customer ordering the extra key. And his pleasure was great, as he had but the shaft of the key, just reaching back to the rounded handle, and It seemed rather doubtful It could be duplicated easily. "That, job was nothing to some that they ask us to do," remarked the proprietor when his satisfied client departed. "Contrary to an Impression that somehow has gained wide credence, we can't make keys from an impression In wax or other soft material. We must have a. key to copy. But they bring us in everything but the door Itself and ask us to make keys. One person brought In the thin decorative plate that covers the lock and asked that a key be made from that. Ridiculous? Of course, but it happened. "That fellow that Just went out with the duplicate keys has learned a valuable lesson, and probably he'll be bark soon with keys he wants duplicated, to avoid the same trouble in other directions. An ex tra key means a lot sometimes, especially to motorists, as auto locks are made , not to be easily picked and the loss of a car door key can tie one up completely If he happens to he way out In the country, far rrom a locksmith. And trying a key that does not fit Is worse than going without, because a lock Is easily jammed and spoiled." K. C. Sykes A. Company special l7.es In keys and locks, but ln the store are carried full lines of small electrical supplies, including many articles of rsdlo equipment, bulbs end wires, along with all cutlery devices from folding hatchets to razors, safety and otherwise. As a sideline to the cutlery displays, the firm does quite a business in grinding and sharpening, and here broadens out to take In skstes for "tuning up," and at this tlm of year piles of these lia about the floor, finished or waiting their turn at the wheels. - - Crew at Sea a Year Sees No Foreign Port . . Beaumont, Texas -LV Riding at fe 3fi5 days In a year but seeing no foreign port or strange land Is the lot of the crew of the lightship Heald. Manned by five men, th vessel Is usually anchored "eaa', sou', eas'" of Galveston, In the words of Its csptaln, D. H. McCluskey. The vigil of these seamen means safety to all ships In th western gulf traffic. It Is a lonely Ufa for the sailors, whose panorama of an endless stretch of water ia broken only oc casionally by the sight of another vessel, but they are quick to resent any Intimation that they do not like the service. STEEL STRUCTURES each Steel CORPORATION" The fabricating plant of the Leach Steel Corporation equipped with the most modern machinery for the rapid and accurate fabrication of all types of steel structures. 80 STEEL STREET lose auperimpressed upon It.' COAL J. M. REDDIliGTOH a riysMuia A. S. Msai ISO 0) Pastry Flour Macaulty-Fitn Killing. Co. Local and Loaa Diitanc MOVINO Sloraga Crating -Shipping to Hamiitna el. Monro 8.st tt'LSI LAKIIMI BIOMaOK CO. IM'IIRNllUltU I land, and it looked very desperate of them. . . . One member of the : party happened tel find a paper In his pocket, which turned out to be a real estate lease drawn by a lawyer. In this were found so many provisions that the family was able !to live on them for six months. The Nation's Business. COKE Ton Orders Delivered aaywktr ia tb city Harry J. Simmelink t Hudxm Ava. Mam 414 Henrietta, 5 years old, was telling in no uncertain terms all the things she wanted Santa Clans to bring her for Christmas. Her mother finally said, "O, you're too little to know what you want!" 'I may be little," the child declared, "but I make up my mind BIG!" "I can stay fifteen minutes," Jane ssid when aha came to call on her neighbor, Mrs, B. "Mother said for you to tell me when my time was up." "Why, Jane," Mr. B. said, "fifteen minutes is not very long. It will be gone before we know it." "Well," Jane said, "maybe you'll forget to tell me." PAGE'S AUTO PAINT SHOP Now Located 26 MARSHALL ST. DUCO ni lACQUE FINISHES BODY. FLNDER ana CLASS WORK TnMM, Area Sueearts. Her AMoMal Suppi tm t Rochester Artincial Limb Co. 271 Caatral At. Stoaa 688 PLATING' OF ALL METALS Silver and Cold Plating and Repairing Tableware, Hallow-war, Firrplac Seta, Electric Sta WAHL PLATING & MFG. CO. COLLECTIONS AND ADJUSTMENTS Tertonal Demand Service Prompt Remittances Monthly Report. Ellwanrer Barry Hide. F-dlaon E. et, Mgr. Main .' Our Reputation Is Your I"rotertln rail -r j. T:nm nz rrrrs V I CROSLEY' RADIOS - . aT B "Firrpltftt mek, warm frtfii" , Maka a Horn, of Your Houm with a Rock-Built FIREPLACE (or Cat or Electrio Heaters CCC INSTALLED For DO Crate Extra A eheery, cmly living room it tn ROCK-BUILT FIREPLACE CO. a Marsaiet St. Gtnrira 47M-J. CM 70 Ett. 1895- with SAFETY and PROFIT Compounded every six months -Aitett over $1,750,000 0 20th Ward Co-operative Savings & Loan Ass. Shares Legal (or Trutt Fundt 764 Jay St!. Genete 1S3I BUILDING CONTRACTORS MASON A PAINTING r-N 1 fcR . rr line. T . ' 1M MT. HOPE AVI. .. Phones Monro 6SSi AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER SYSTEMS Control fires and pay for themselves through premium savings of 75 to 90 EMPIRE SPRINKLER CO., INC. Monroe 5!S u'tersllj Aiepjit ginta 1M7 Sine. Ill Paul W. Friedler Bottling Works Manufacturers, All Kingt of Quality Soft Drinks Try Our Special Blend Sparkling Ginger Al r-r.r-r' r-nnne EVKRY Hons Lor Inlormallon. Main IMS FREE GOODS welk ' '" QUICK DRYING ASPHALTIC OILS FOR MORE DURABLE HIGHWAYS AND DRIVEWAYS No Mptaahlng on ara or Kuliilng at t'liithe l-ariest Atphaltlo Oil Dlalributtni Station in M'eetern New Tor piant puiccucv ..j nni nun Ulla..lli 1 aim uwbniiw Wolcott Rd. Mam 6419 CENERAL CONTRACTOR Barry Bide. Main 1S REPAIRING AND REPLA TING OF ALL KINDS OF SILVERWARE Metal Spinning Enameling and Lacquering Manufacturer!' Metal specialties t N. Wattr St. STUART-OLVER-HOLTZ CO. Maia Uat a sutk St. Stan list USE i "v Rochester's UX) Quality Moseley & Motley Milling Co. Established 34 Yeart Indian Bicycles Indian and Ace Motorcycles Velocipede Toys Large.! Servic Department in City Geo. L. Miner Co. Ston bt 184 Clintoa A. f .

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