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Chadwick, Alanson B., (Emma), metal worker, h. 15 Victoria ave.

Chadwick, Barker D., (Caroline), accountant, h. 59 Fairmount.

Chadwick, Florence, aristo worker, r. 15 Victoria ave.

Chaffee, Mrs. A. M., rms. 332 East 2nd.

Chalmers, Agnes L., machinist, bds. 539 Crescent.

Chamberlain, Harry, (Harriet), mgr., under 201 West 3rd, h. 516 Jefferson.

Chamberlain, Henry L., (Susan), com'l traveler, h. 223 Foote ave.

Chamberlain, Imogen P., r. 223 Foote.

Chamberlin, Carry J., teacher, r. 614 East 2d.

Chamberlin, Edna R., student Jamestown Business College, r. 614 East 2d.

Chamberlin, Lewis S.,fireman,r. 614 East 2d.

Chamberlin, Mable C, clerk, r. 614 East 2d.

Chamberlin, William M., (Rosalia A.), miller, h. 614 East 2&.

Chambers, Catherine, r. 803 West 5th.

Chambers, George, clerk, 108-110 East 2d, r. 108 Rathbone.

Chambers, George T., (Pearl), deliveryman, 24 East 3rd, h. 108 Rathbone.

Chambers, John, (Ella), deliveryman, r. over 38 Main.

Chambers, Rose, domestic, r. 13-23 West 3rd.

Chambers, Susan, widow Thomas H., h. 803 West 5th.

Chambers, Thomas H., (Mary), upholsterer, h. 803 West 5th.

Chapin, Mrs. Frances, r. rear 130 Fairmount ave.

Chaplin, Charles, (Jennie), blacksmith, h. 200 Warren.

Chapman, Esther M., widow Moses P., h. 103 Forest ave.

Chapman, Jessie, r. 103 Forest ave.

Chapman, John D., (Mary J.), laborer, h. 842 East 2d.

Chapman, Lorenzo, finisher, r. 1208 East 2d.

Chapman, Rose, widow Martin, r. 1208 East 2d.

Chase, C. Cutler, (H. Marion), h. 96 Water.

Chase, C. Emerson, (Jessie B.), r. 433 East 4th.

Chase, Charles Nelson, (Susie), gen'l sec. Y. M. C. A., cor. East 2d and Prendergast ave., h. 230 Crosby.

Chase, Frank Lynton, (Sarah W. ), prest. J. C. & L. E. Ry., Chaut. Steamboat Co., h. 15 West 5th.

Chase, George E., (Laura D.), marble cutter, h. 304 Washington.

Chase, George P., (Kittie), stationary engineer, h. 123 Clyde ave.

Chase, Gilman, (Lita), manager, Decorative Wallpaper Co., 117 Main, h. 201 West 3rd.

Chase, Harry H., (Carrie), machinist, h. 23 Chicago ave.

Chase, Josephine, shipper, Rose Gardens, Ashville ave., r. over 13 East 2d.

Chase, Lynn, carpenter, bds. 119-121 East 2d.

Chase, Mary M., public stenographer, 21-23 West 3rd, rooms 309 Jefferson.

Building Supplies of all kinds. L. F. SHEDD.

T w o cutters in C u s t o m D e p t.

at P R O U D F I T ' S 156 JAMESTOWN DIRECTORY:

Chase, Oliver F., (Harriett M.), Chase & Son., 105 East 2d, h. 433 East 4th.

Chase & Son—Oliver F. Chase—furniture, 105 East 2d.

Chatfield & Armitage—George A. Chatfield and Charles F. Armitage, plumbers and steam heating, 304 Pine.

Chatfield, George A., (Josephine M.)—Chatfield & Armitage, 304 Pine—h. 816 Spring.

Chatfield, Rosalia, student, r. 816 Spring.

Chautauqua Construction Co.—A. N. Broadhead, pres.; W. R. Reynolds, secy.

Chautauqua County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, James L. Weeks, president.

Chautauqua County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children—Mrs.

Laura Larmonth, secretary, 401 East 6th.

Chautauqua County Trust Co., (Inc.), Charles M. Dow, prest.; Fred W.

Hyde, cashier, 201 Main.

Chautauqua Lake Ice Co., inactive.

Chautauqua Refrigerating Co.—W. F. En dress, president; E. F. Rowley, vice president; J. D. F. Rick, secretary and treasurer—cold storage, distilled water, ice, fuel and building material, 66 Foote ave.

Chautauqua Refrigerating Co.

Fuel &.nd Building Pure Ice Cold Storage Material Distilled W a t e r BOTH PHONES 210 66 FOOTE AVENUE Chautauqua School of Nursing, (The) Incorporated—Cyrus E. Jones, pres., William S. Bailey, secy-treas.—rms. 64-65 N e w Gifford bldg., 22-28 South Main.

Chautauqua Steamboat Co., Incorporated, Frank L. Chase, pres., 706 West 8th.

Chautauqua Towel Mills, mfrs. union and Turkish towels—Edward M.

Mackey, pres.—206 Steele cor. Sprague.

Chautauqua Traction Co.—A. N. Broadhead, pres.—office, J. S. Ry., West 3rd.

Chautauqua Worsted Mills—Fletcher and Herbert Goodwill—mfrs. yarns, Falconer.

Chechary, Andona, widow John D., h. 509 West 4th.

Chechary, Louis, clerk, 121 Main r. 61 Allen Square building.

Cfielstrom, Anna, domestic, r. 275 Willard.

Chelstrom, Anna C, widow John, bds. 69 Tower.

Chelstrom, Frank L., (Augusta), machine hand, h. 69 Tower.

Chelstrom, Mary, domestic, r. 21 Allen.

Cheney, Agnes T., student business college, r. over 210 East 2d.

Cheney, Benjamin J, (Ella), janitor Y. M. C. A. bldg., h. 318 Prendergast ave.

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Cheney, Frank, teacher manual training, Bradford, r. 208 East 8th.

CLARK HARDWARE CO. Stoves a n d Housefurnishings.

Always b u y your D r y G o o d s of T h e A. D. S h a r p e Co.

JAMESTOWN DIRECTORY. 157 Cheney, Frank W., (Delia), h. 208 East 8th.

Cheney, Harriett, widow Miles, stenographer, rms. over 168 Chandler.

Cheney, Lula E., teacher, r. 208 East 8th.

Chief of Fire Department, 218 Spring.

Chief of Police, room 7 City Hall, 202-212 East 3rd.

Chindgren, Albert, (Lizzie), machine hand, h. 16 Newland ave.





Chindgren, Amel, (Clara), upholsterer, h. over 440 Chandler.

Cnindgren, Charles A., (Pauline), foreman, 95 J. & G. ave., h. 217 Newland ave.

Chindgren, Oscar R., (Hilma), cabinet maker, bds. 1017 Newland ave.

Chipman, Frans, laundress, bds. 3 Williams.

Chiverton, Herbert, (Ellen E.), carpenter, h. 12 Harrison.

Chris, Charles H., (Anna E.), lumber handler, h. over 9 Pullman.

Christ Clarence, laborer, bds. 1 9 % Warren.

Christ, Thomas F., (Lena), lumber inspector, h. 19%Warren.

Christensen, Peter A., bookkeeper, 615 West 8th, r. 7 Barrows.

Christensen, Swan T., (Christene),finisher,h. 7 Barrows.

Christensen, Swan T., Jr., spring setter, r. 7 Barrows.

Christensen, William C, (Florence A.), sander, h. 35 Barrows.

Cfiristenson, Ada, twister, bds. 65 Hedges ave.

Christenson, Oliver, ( E m m a A.),finisher,h. 65 Hedges ave.' Christian, Frederick, (Jennie), tailor, h. 109 Fulton.

Christian, Julius H., (Beulah B.), Proudfit Clothing Co., 206 Main, h. 236 Fulton.

Christian, Nelson, (Georgiana),finisher,h. 520 Foote ave.

Christian Science Institute, 311 Prendergast ave.

Christianson, Bertha, operative, r. 139 Weeks.

Christianson, Nels C, (Nora), laborer, h. 139 Weeks.

Christofferson, Anton F., (Jennie C ), policeman, City Hall, h. 16 Linden ave.

Christofferson, Grover F., case maker, r. 16 Linden ave.

Christofferson, Reno, clerk, r. 16 Linden ave.

Christofferson, Samuel W., (Elsie), machinist, h. 41 Chapin.

Christofson, Gust, laborer, bds. 10 Steele.

Church of Christ, Scientist, cor. East 4th and Prendergast ave., Martin F.

Jackson,firstreader.

Churchill, Evylin, student, Jamestown Business College, bds. 112 Crosby.

Churchill, DeWard S., (Lelia M.), mgr., Churchill Grocery Co., 23 East 3rd, h. over do.

Churchill Grocery Co.—DeWard S. Churchill, mgr.—23 East 3rd.

Cindstrom, Helma, domestic, Ashville ave., beyond city limits, (Celoron.

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City Hotel—Samuel H. and William W. Altice, props.—120-122 East 2d.

Clapp, M. Lavern, lawyer, rms. 13-14-15 over 101 West 3rd, bds. 304 do.

Clapsadel, Katherine E., r. 128 Forest ave.

Clapsadel, Marian E., widow Frederick A., r. 128 Forest ave.

Clark, Ada, mill hand, h. 310 Pine.

Clark, Alice J., Mrs., r. over 133 Lake View.

Clark, Anna, Mrs., r. 124 Crescent.

Clark, Cora, widow Myron W., clerk, 204 Main, r. 504 East 5th.

Clark, Edna A., teacher, bds. 139 East 9th.

Clark, Egbert R., (Anna)—Clark & Co., 21 East 3rd—h. 609 Pine.

Clark, Emery S., (Anna), laborer, h. 41 Flagg ave.

Clark, Frank M „ (Mabel H.), druggist, 300 Main h. 513 West 3rd.

Clark, Gilbert R., (Fannie E.), junk dealer, h. 168 J. & G. ave.

Clark, Helen N., r. 329 East 4th.

Clark, Jane D., widow Hiram C, h. 66 Hazzard.

Clark, J. B., shipper, bds. 217 East 3rd.

Clark, Jessie, r. 301 Lake View ave.

Clark, Kate, domestic, 13-23 West 3rd.

Clark, Laurin B., (Jennie), burnisher, h. 33 Rathbone.

Clark, Leon A., (Clara C ), The Clark Restaurant, 15 East 2d, h. Sec. 2, Fredrick block, 110 East 2d.

Clark, Melville F., (Gerteen), deliveryman, h. 208 Barrett.

Clark, Milton H., (Jennie H.), Clark Hardware Co., 109-111 Main, h. 329 East 4th.

Clark, M. Gertrude, r. 329 East 4th.

Clark Restaurant (The), Leon A, Clark, prop., 15 East 2d.

Clark, Russell D., (Minnie), gardener, cemetery, h. 204 Buffalo.

Clark, W. Joseph, r. 609 Pine.

Clark, Zera A., (Inez P.), steamfitter,Lake View Rose Gardens, Ashville ave., h. over 702 East 2d.

Clark & Co.—Egbert R. Clark—wines and liquors, 21 East 3rd.

Clark Hardware Co.—Milton H. Clark and George B. Pitts—hardware, 109Main.

Clarke, George F„ (Margaret), bakery, 17-19 Rush and 707 Main, h. 929 do.

Clarke, Titus, (Catherine), steelworker, h. 10 Kidder.

CLARK HARDWARE CO. Roofing and Building Papers.

Cloaks, Shawls, Gloves, Hosiery. T H E A. D. S H A R P E C O.

JAMESTOWN DIRECTORY. 159 Clarkson, Abbie B., r. Ashville ave., beyond city limits, (Celoron).

Clary, Fay A., student, r. 308 Lincoln.

Clary, James A., (Elizabeth), managing editor Journal, 14-16 West 2d, h. 308 Lincoln.

Clauson, Axel, laborer, r. 25 College.

Clauson, Carl, cabinet maker, r. 25 College.

Clauson, Earland, (Halga), lather, h. 305 Barrett.

Clawson, Carl, laborer, bds. 204 East 2d.

Clawson, Selma, laundress, bds. 204 East 2d.

Clement, Adolphus, (Annie), ice cream maker, h. over 114 Harrison.

Clement, Charlotte M., r. 23 Winsor.

Clement, Ernest W., (Alice E.), real estate, rm. 21 22 Gokey bldg., over 16 West 3rd, h. Buffalo.

Clement, Gertrude E., r. 510 Spring.

Clendening, Ethel I., stenographer, r. 705 N. Main.

Cleveland, Charles W., (Rhoda), real estate, h. 20 West 7th.

Cleveland, Walter S., commercial traveler, h. Howard ave., beyond city limits.

Clifford, Burt, waiter, rms. 10 Allen Square bldg.

Clift, Erwin H., (Dorothy), engineer, h. over 16 Livingstone ave.

Clint, Anna, widow Edward, h. over 115 Camp.

Clint, Gust, (Ida), gardener, h. 812 East 2d.

Clough, Clara A., spinner, r. 17 Bishop.

Clough, Ernest, carder, r. 17 Bishop.

Clough, Holdsworth, (Isabelle), overlooker, h. 17 Bishop.

Cloyes, Charles, (Katherine), retired, h. 527 Lake View ave.

Club, (The)—L. H. Stoner and Albert Ashworth—saloon, 19 East 2d.

Cluney, Hannah P., widow Thomas, h. 525 East 5th.

Cnatttngus, August, ( E m m a ), h. 28 Union ave.

Coan, Maude, waitress, rms. 21 Allen Square building.

Coates, Cassius D., (Mary A.), salesman, 101 Main, h. 315 West 4th.

Coates, Isaac, (Elizabeth), weaver, h. 13 Great Jones.

Coates, Mary, duffer, r. 35 Ridgway ave.

Coates, Sarah P., widow Laurel, h. over 763 East 2d.

Coates, William, (Mary), laborer, h. 268 Colfax.

Cobb, George, (Vesta),florist,h. Ashville beyond city limits.

Cobb, Marvin, (Amanda), laborer, h. 214 Clinton.

Cobb, Minutia, r. 30 Warren.

Cobb, Shelden B., (Jessie M.), electrician, h. 20 Price.

Cobb, Willis H., (Ella M.), engineer, h. 33 College.

Cobbe, Archie M., bookkeeper, 40 Quarry road, r. 12 Stowe.

Cobbe, George F., (Clara), deliveryman, h. 327 Lincoln.

Cobbe, Mary A., r. 12 Stowe.

Cobbe, Richard C, (Mary A.), mgr. Jamestown Shale Brick Co., h. 12 Stowe.

Cobbe, Robert E., clerk, 202 Main, r. 12 Stowe.

Cobbe, Sarah, student, r. 12 Stowe.

Cobham, Fred P., (Rose), inventor, bds. 215 West 3rd.

CALL L. F. SHEDD FOR COAL OR WOOD.

B e a u r e y o u ^ y h t ^ n ^ ^ C l o t h i n g at P R O U D F I T ' S 160 JAMESTOWN DIRECTORY.

Coburn, George H., (Sarah A.), retired, h. 302 West 5th.

Coe, Clifford H., metal worker, r. 600 Camp.

Coe, Desa V., (Jessie), plumber, h. over 8 East Newland.

Coe, Desavignia C, (Matilda N.), miller, h. 600 Camp, R. F. D., 82, Coe, Earl F., tinner, r. 600 Camp, R. F. D. 82.

Coe, Edward, (Louise), laborer, h. 12 Walnut.

Coe, Glen F., (Mary), car accountant, J. C. & L. E. Ry., h. 617 Prendergast ave.

Coe, Holland, (Martha), engineer, h. 46 Marvin.

Coe, Laverne E., hand sander, r. 12 Walnut.

Coffield, Charles S., woodworker, r. 6 McDannell ave.

Coffield, Earl H., bobbin setter, r. 5 Walnut.

Coffield, Robert H., (Tillie L.), foreman repair work, Chaut. Steamboat Co., h. 6 McDannell ave.

Cohen, George W., (Mollie), N e w York Store, 202 Main, h. over 204 do.

Colander, Agnes, twister, r. 21 Bush.

Colander, Edith, twister, r. 21 Bush.

Colander, Ernest—Renberg & Colander, 3 Main—r. 21 Bush.

Colander, John V., (Hulda), cabinet maker, h. 21 Bush.

Colander, Theodore, (Anna), laborer, h. 51 Hedges ave.

Colburn, CEarles D., (Elizabeth E.), farmer, h. 673 English.

Colburn, Clarabelle, teacher, bds. 36 West 10th.

Colburn, Fred J., (Marcia), laborer, h. 106 Crescent.

Colby, Martin E., captain, Chaut. Steamboat Co., h. 323 Steele.

Cole, Alice E., widow William H., h. 308 Warren.

Cole, Darius R., retired,h. 258 Warren.

Cole, Eva M., r. 456 Warren.

Cole, Experience, widow Joseph, r. over 201 East 2d.

Cole, James B., (Minnie), paperhanger and painter, h. 217 Park Place.

Cole, Jane, widow Sidney, r. 68 West 10th.

Cole, Jay W., (Blanche), electrician, h. 315 Warren.

Cole, John, employed 17-19 Steele, rooms Y. M. C. A. dormitory.

Cole, Joseph A., ( E m m a J.), warpdresser, h. over 201 East 2d.

Cole, K. B., counter clerk, bds. 7-11 West 1st.

Cole, Lucy M., student, r. 305 Warren.



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