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Lestershire-Endicott record. (Lestershire, N.Y.) 19??-1915, February 27, 1915, Image 12

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-. . � .1 l ,4 .,�.� .\ Ii Today -(Saturday) Stickle�\s Half. Yearly \Red Tag\ Sale of Good. fiuf.njture AUD ....... Uo. '\ Scmd four cent. III atamp. fw • TRIAL BOT'I'LE Dr. Earl S. Sloap, Inc. . Dept. 0. Phllade1phla. P .. ENDS SIoan'a LinImen� will save hours of auffll;ring. • For lm1iso or sprain it I!vea �t rilUer. ItancatalD�mationandthll8 pteV\lDta more '!MlriQ1is �roublC8 dovoioping. No D8ed·�.it in-it acta at· onoo- iDstanflL reliovinJl the pain, .however aovero 11 may lie. . ARMORY THEATRE PRIDJlY, MARCH 5 COHAN Be HARRIS Present '-AMERICAS MQST .. r COMEDIAN , ..;� •• -.' • ...' .. ,..,....... ',1'.-.\ \\:\ [\-!\�:-:\ .':-;-: stopping at the home ,0, !,�WfD:I: lf6!1h�rl.fil the' box at the entrance of Munge,r'1' moot was enjoyed. Short talks were I part In the program. Wednesda)' the ladl!B. met b1 t�e � �� -i;.:.�.:t�,:.'�� ,o·:\': ND· .. �E�· R·Q .. �,N-.\'7AL n, t: •. rl,�7. !o. .... !f.· ... = '; �, ... ,· ... O'.� ... N of Arch: street d��tn�: �e ��i:�'bee latore on Main street. made by several ploneer pastors of I The churcli Is In a ftour!shln& con- church lIarlors tor a ;:9m� and For· \'m � £. £'$ . .l�:H. lYle. �l� conventjon. \ t • -- dlUon under the pastorate of Rev. T elgn Missionaey mee If. whell (lum, ;.f. �.. � .; :; .. ':'�\�' .\t':>- I� 'I' -- , W.'W. Abbott, snperb1tendeJit of the the chutch. Ashton Rlcb,. The proceeds of the Ing and other wor)!: was engaged In. :' {,' -!:,'t.. . .:.;;\ \\' �.' .t: . _.t 'D E w, 1Il. 1I0rt recenUl returned to 'I ses with a nice dinner for the workers 'I ':,:1;:' t,· Doings of··J,este�\l�qpl!VGatherllN ,:,tO� 1it\tri ;net his home on �tI OJuirles '�treet atter' .4.��:�;�!viSIOn of the Le � Val, Remlnlscenc.�s played an Important supper wall given for loea _e����� , , ',: ,,1j. , �·:.of the Village. ·1�7;\ Ian absence or two years spent in .le�.;re�!Lf with Mrs. Abbott, Will be \ -;;1; :.,;;�. . . • '0\ c'\- .. ,,, I Lowell Mass Ute ,twee1c-end, guests of Mr. and Mrs. I �,,�-mt���: Mrs, George Holmes of .M1.en· street, Oneida atter a 'VlsW l!��·:.Lestershlre '.' . �_. _, JaIlles Nicol, 52 Harrlson street. Is on tbe sIck IIs� . -, and Oakdale WeDdlI ':. ' . IIllsB' 'RiittrHiighes teacher or 4th • - -;:t Is III at her Mr. H. -C. Bro;;;;ro;ego. Is spend· A grade, hils been �ble to fullllll he! ,Miss Helen Bidwell of Main street Mrs, Alice Chr an Ing a tew days witfl�hiB 'daughter, Mrs. school duUes the, past week on ae- Is conftned to her home by Illness. bome on Hndson street. A_to . \'� 'r.onnt of mnesli' , A. Dralee, or ......... auee.. . . bO::s·O: !ib:;l::e�t c;:�O�!8� her Mr. a�d �JirC?leT and Mr Mrs. J. 0: W.:;:;; has returned to I ATTEND CELEBRA.TlON Wm. OBnen, all ot;Baldwln street. her home b1 Cortland after a week's ---- t Mrs. Chas. R. Stowe of J]road street, spe1)t Bunda)' In NdrwlCh. visit at the iiom:e of Mr. and Mra. Several communicants of the cue- Is spending the week In Wilkes·Barre. -.-- Robert' 1. it'ice. qt Hudson street. ton Street M. E. church from Stella, - Mrs. A. x.. Oliver 9f Union was �n'l __ attended the 26th anniversary or the �[r. Harold CometLllas �turned to tertained on FrIday b,- Mrs. S_ilP. W .. ted' Ev' b� Oil to tak d t- dedlcaUon of that church on the even- 11 •• ;;;; Decker of Grand avenue. fClI a.... err 0 yea van I .. - a,ge of the' oPPQrtnnlty to drop b1 'lng of Tuesday, Feb. 23. Mr. Serrlll Tohrne of Oneonta is I loeals' and personals for The lteCOrd A sumptuous snpper and entertain· Over 5700 Pieces of New and Splendid Furniture in this Grand Wind-up. SLOAN:S LINIMENT Kills Pain \ Last opportunity for six months to equal the \Red Tag\ values that you can buy today (Saturday.) AND HIS 87 SINGING �D DANC· ING ASSOCIATES, nmECT FROM A HALF YEAR'S RUN AT THE· ASTOR THEATRE, NEW YORK, IN THE MU­ SICAL COMEDY SENSATION \THE BEAUTY SHOP\ By RENNOLD WOLF, OBAliNING POLLOCK and • CHARLES 1. GEDES'!'. PRICES-Lower Floor $2. $1.S0. Balcony $I,75c. Gallery SOc. Seat sale Wednes­ day, Match 3rd. 176 Washington Street 121 State Street '�TICKLEfBRl\NDT rn. F URN ITU R E_\\.: • . I ii ti S320,1l4.51 i1 , . 343,207.00 .,. 1.552,130.00 24,162.47 338,206.18 1.174.831.98 1,982,440.92 1,096.094.30 12,062,57UJ7 10,320,012.77 48.410,726'.00 TWENTY·EIGHTH ANNUAL jlEPORT Mutual Life- Insurance - �-- - -- - - � - � - ,- 1;1 � Security Company Binghamton, N. Y., January 1st, 1915 Liabilities Record for 1914 Assets None Increase in Admitted Assets '\ Increase in Res�li\e. tf) p,rotect Policy 'Contracts Increase in' Insurance in Force on Limited Paym'enl. Whole Life 8Dd Eudowment Plans Real Hstate .... . , 5751.657.54 Deatb Claims dne and unpaid State, County and other taxes, payable dur­ in� 1915 (estimated) 525,138.00 State, Cuunty, Municipal ani Ibilway Boods (Amortized) . 2.708.246.83 Interest, Premiom. lind Reot paid in advance . Death Claints ( .. ��t) and Installmeot Claims not dne ACCl'Ded cummissions, medical eumina· lions, advertisin�, etc. _ .. Reserve and Snrrender V' alues First,Mo,rt�a�e on Real Hstate and Loans to Polioyholders.. ' Collateral Loans 26,070.32 3,155,891.44 40,000.00 30.225.00 89.232.77 Increase i., Interest Earnin� laterest Earnints 8Dd Rents Received 10 1914 � . 83,809.88 Bank Stuck - . Paid Policyholders in 1914 \ tneome in 1914 Deposited with Ius;rall'Ce DepartmentState of New York to protA'let Policyholder. Paid Puliqyholders and Beneficiaries-since ' •. 1 ,,-(. ti o.t:\ on..... \ . Insof8·.,eel in Force in Total Abstinence Depasitment Insnrance in Force December 31, 1914 .. 6,536.365.59 Deferred Pieminms and Renew8t Prem­ iums in oourse ot cbUeclion .. 201527.72 Ruerve set aside snbjeot to cODtin�encies for dividends .. Interest and Rents clue aDd a�croed $276,711.41 507,912.52 94,980:73 Reserve f.jr other contin­ teJl�es : 231.201.11 Cash on habd and in Daub 286,499.82 -- �7 .268.529.08 ' Total Total 57,288.629.08 . (' ======================================DIRE�TORS====================================== CLARENCE F. HOTCHKlSS. frcSident Stow Mfg. Co. ALBE l\(T g: HOWE, Vice-President F�DJiHC W. JENKINS. Attorney at l aw DAVID S. nICKINSON, Presideny -- - - --- , - - QEORGE ·F:I;.'tlON,Jad�I-;-})iv:--Supreme--GeUft.- ----/ -.-- - JAMES W� MANIER, Tr-GasUUF --1-- WILLIAM G. PHELPS. President FifS1 National Bank Z.BENNETT PHELPS, Comptroller CHARLES M. STONr, Manufacturer RIKER & DANN, General Agents �.' 1 \ �. Agellts Wanted in Lestershke First Floor, Security Building Open Saturday Evenings '�, • )

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