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Hansen, Hazel, clerk, 16 Main, r. 1109 Newland ave.

Hansen, Henry, (Amanda), drayman, h. 122 Park.

Hansen, Herman, (Ella J.), barber, 3 West 3rd, h. over 107 East 2d.

Hansen, Josephine, bds. 314 Foote ave.

Hansen, Louis C, (Signa), machine hand, h. 823 Newland ave.

Hansen, Marcus, bill peddler, r. 9 Norton ave.

Hansen, Marie, domestic, 13-23 West 3rd.

Hansen, Martin, upholsterer, r. over 37 Harrison.

Hansen, Walter, laborer, r. 9 Norton ave.

Hanson, A. P., rms. 59 Allen square bldg.

Hanson, Adolph C, ( E m m a C ), painter, h. 64 Kinney.

Hanson, Alfred, woodfinisher,bds. 317 Allen.

Hanson, Alice, boxmaker, bds. 217 Warren.

Hanson, Andrew P., Rev., (Anna B.), pastor First Swedish Baptist church, h.

614 East 2d.

Hanson, Anna, teacher, rms. over 168 Chandler.

Hanson, Anna, domestic, 141 Institute.

Hanson, Carl Antone, (Emma), woodworker, h. 783 East 2d.

Hanson, Charles, woodworker, bds. 21 Alpaca.

Hanson, Christ, (Andria), broker, h. 36 West 9th.

Hanson, Christ, (Christine), upholsterer, h. 5 Rubinkam ave.

Hanson, Christ, (Mary), woodworker, h. 621 Warren.

Hanson, Christine, weaver, h. 429 Allen.

Hanson, Christopher, (Hulda), blacksmith, h. 109 Lincoln.

Hanson, Conrad, metal worker, r. 64 Kinney.

Hanson, Edward, electrician, 7 Arcade bldg., rms. 28 Fenton place.

Hanson Electric Co., (The)—James E. Hanson—electrical supplies, room 7, Arcade building.

Hanson, Elmer, (Carrie), machine hand, h. 1109 Newland ave.

Hanson, Ernest C, weaver, r. 64 Kinney.

Hanson, Eric, machine hand, bds. 265 East Buffalo.

Hanson, Ethel, mill hand, r. 311 Pine.

Hanson, Ethel May, aristo worker, r. 128 East 2d.

FOR CEMENT AND TILING CALL L. F. SHEDD.

PROUDFIT CLOTHING CO.—The Leaders 216 JAMESTOWN DIRECTORY.

Hanson, Harry L., (Mary J.), plumber, 304 Pine, h. over 216 East 1st.

Hanson, Hazel, clerk, 16 South Main, r. 1109 Newland ave.

Hanson, Ingeborg, bookkeeper, 2-4 East 2d, r. 117 East 5th.

Hanson, Ivor, (Sono), painter, h. 127 Sampson.

Hanson, James P., (Mary), laborer, h. 500 Baker.

Hanson, James E., (Anna B.)—The Hanson Electric Co., room 7 Arcade bldg.

— h. 356 Foote ave.

Hanson, Jennie, weaver, bds. 49 Prospect.

Hanson, Jennie, widow John, picker, h. 45 Vega.

Hanson, Jens A., casemaker, r. 26 Fairview ave.

Hanson, John, (Clara), electrician, h. 217 Warren.

Hanson, Josephine, mill hand, 114 Hall ave.

Hanson, Julius C, (Camilla), upholsterer, r. 115 King.

Hanson, Lizzie M., employed Chaut. Worsted mills, r. 625 Warren.

Hanson, Nels P., (Augusta), boat builder, h. 114 Hall ave.

Hanson, Nels, (Anna), machine hand, h. 265 East Buffalo.

Hanson, Nels, laborer, r. 2 Livingstone ave.

Hanson, Tecla C, spinner, r. 64 Kinney.

Hanson, Wells Cassie, Mrs., mill hand, bds. 710 Washington.

Hanson, William H., wood worker, r. 625 Warren.

Hapgood, Ella, laundress, h. 37 Tilden ave.

Hapgood, Ethel, r. 37 Tilden ave.

Hapgood, Flora, r. 37 Tilden ave.

Hapgood, Maud, dressmaker, r. 37 Tilden ave.

Hapgood, Minnie, r. 37 Tilden ave.

Harding, Charles, (Josephine), cigarmaker, r. 21 East 2d.

Hardwick, Isaac, (Emma), propr. Driving Park Hotel, 1200. East 2d, h. do.

Hare, Catherine, clerk, news stand, 21-23 West 3rd, rms. 11 East 6th.

Haridon, William, (Minnie),finisher,h. 108 East 3rd.

Harkness, Brainard T., (Effie B.), blacksmith, h. 23 Allen.

Harkness, Harriet M., r. 23 Allen.

Harkness, Lewis T., machinist, r. 23 Allen.

Harmon, Frank A., (Anna L.), woodcarver, h. 136 Wilson place.

Harmon, Mabel, stenographer, 201 Main, rms. 567 East 2d.

Harmon, Margaret C, stenographer, Y. M. C. A., r. 132 Fairview ave.

Harmon, William C, (Lavinia B.), bookkeeper, 126 East 1st, rms. 415 W. 3rd.

Harnden, H. Mae, teacher, r. over 311 East Sixth.

Harnden, M. Augusta, teacher, r. over 311 East 6th.

Harnett, Katie L., r. over 110 East 3rd.

Harper, Claude, lineman, r. 49 Hazzard.

Harper, Densie, widow William, h. 49 Hazzard.

Harper, Harry, plumber apprentice, r. 49 Hazzard.

Harr, Charles H., clerk, 113-117 West 3rd, bds. do.

Harriger, Arthur E., mill hand, r. S McDannell ave.

Harriger, Hattie J, widow William, h. 8 McDannell ave.

.

Harrington, Alice L., widow Edward J., dressmaker, 615 Main, h. do.

CLARK HARDWARE CO. Builders* Hardware.

The Largest a n d Best Stock of Dry G o o d s - T H E A. D. S H A R P E C O.

JAMESTOWN DIRECTORY. 217 Harrington, A. Noah, musician, r. 610 Main.

Harrington, Augustus S., (Lucy L.), carpenter, K 30 Derby.

Harrington, Catherine, widow A. Murray, h. 311 West 4th.

Harrington, Frank L., (Mildred), draughtsman, h. over 30 Derby.

Harrington, George R., tinner, h. 319 Jefferson.

Harrington, Isabel, organist, r. 311 West 4th.

Harrington, John F., (Lavina E.), traveling salesman, h. 50 West 9th.

Harrington, Katie, r. 610 Main.

Harrington, L. Clare, laborer, h. 19 Lincoln.

Harrington, Margaret, musician, r. 610 Main.

Harrington, Margaret, widow Charles, music dealer, 610 Main, h. do.





Harrington, Margaret L., widow John, laundress, h. 18 Ellicott.

Harrington, Myrtle, Mrs., bds. 4 Price.

Harrington, S. Gertrude, assistant teacher of gymnastics, high school, r. 311 West 4th.

Harris, A. Leigh, clerk, 201 Main, r. 413 Cherry.

Harris, Albertina M., widow William H., h. 839 Main.

Harris, Alfred T., (Pearl)—Harris Bros., 13 East 2d—h. 121 Fulton.

Harris, Almon M., (Emily), real estate, rm. 5 Hall block, h. 529 West 3rd.

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Room 7, Hall Block, Jamestown, N. Y.

Harris, Bert, (Minnie), draughtsman, bds. 217 East 3rd.

Harris, Blanche, r. 314 West 2d.

Harris Bros.—Alfred T. and George A.—bakers, confectioners, 13 East 2d.

Harris, Catherine, widow John, h. 12 West 7th.

Harris, Clarence P., laborer, r. 626 Spring.

Harris, Cynthia C, widow William D., h. 124 Crescent.

Harris, Derwood, (Anna), freight clerk, rms. 18 Lincoln.

Harris, E. Jay, woodworker, r. 124 Crescent.

Harris, Fanny, cook, r. 626 Spring.

Harris, George A., (Bertha M.)—Harris Bros., 13 East 2d—h. over 15 West 2d.

Harris, Hoyt C, (Carrie), shipper, h. 780 East 2d.

Harris, John, (Sarah J.)—Mechanics Laundry and soap works, rear 21 Whitley ave.—h. 211 West 6th.

Harris, Laura, domestic, rms. 26 Allen square bldg.

Harris, Milo, (Lucy E.), N. P. L. solicitor, h. 608 Prendergast ave.

Harrison, Albert H., (Louise), conductor, J. C. & L. E. Ry., h. 203 West 8th.

Harrison, Arthur, piece inspector, bds. 220 Allen.

Harrison, Benjamin H., apprentice, cabinet maker, r. 10 River.

CALL L. F. S H E D D FOR COAL OR WOOD.

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 218 JAMESTOWN DIRECTORY.

Harrison, Celia J., clerk, 12-14 West 3rd, r. 214 West 8th.

Harrison, Cornelius M., (Margaret A.), Supt. J. C. & L. E. R. R., h. 816 Lafayette.

Harrison, David, inspector, 126 East First, h. 10 River.

Harrison, Fred B., waiter, lunch counter, 7-11 West 1st, r. do.

Harrison, Fred M., clerk, r. 220 Warren.

Harrison, George C, (Harriet), policeman, h. 818 Lafayette.

Harrison, James J., clerk, Erie R. R., r. 214 West 8th.

Harrison, John P., (Jennie C ), brakeman, J. C. & L. E. R. R., h. 22 West 8th.

Harrison, Levi F., retired, h. 220 Warren.

Harrison, Mayme, clerk, 2-6 East Second,, r. 214 West 8th.

Harrison, N e w m a n D., (Lottie M.), horse dealer, h. 220 Warren.

Harrison, Samuel A., (Eva), overlooker, h. 122 Crescent.

Harrison, Tony A., salesman, bds. 119-121 East 2d.

Harrison, William, bookkeeper, r. 10 River.

Harrison, William H., (Mary), freight handler, h. 214 West 8th.

Harrison, William H., Jr., (Mary A.), clerk, 203 Main, r. 208 Lincoln.

Harry, Amelia, waitress, r. 413 Cherry.

Hart, Alva E., (Marcia L.), head porter, 13-23 West 3rd, h. 556 do Hart, Lovirtue C, (Alice), metal worker, h. 831 Ashville ave., beyond city limits.

Hartenstein, Oswald, (Fanny), weaver, h. 109 Cowing.

Hartigan, Frances E., widow Jerry, h. 311 Winsor.

Hartigan, Francis, r. 311 Winsor.

Hartigan, Helena M., r. 311 Winsor.

Hartley, Arthur, iwarper, r. 220 Allen.

Hartley, James, (Gladys M.),finisher,h. 110 Tower.

Hartley, John W., (Jane), clerk, 2-6 East 2d, h. 20 Terrace Place.

Hartley, Joseph, (Sarah), wool sorter, h. 17 Weeks.

Hartley, Maria, widow Joseph, h. 220 Allen.

Hartley, Sarah, twister, r. 220 Allen.

Hartley, William, (Martha), machine cleaner, r. 42 Foote ave.

Hartman, Harry, upholsterer, bds. 119-121 East 2d.

Hartnett,1 Katie L., glove maker, bds. 24 Rush.

Hartquist, Arthur, operative, r. 124 Park.

Hartquist, August, (Matilda), stonemason, h. 124 Park.

Hartquist, Bada, spinner, r. 12C Park.

Hartquist, Erick, metal worker, r. 124 Park.

Harvey, Archie, mill hand, bds. 409 Palmer.

Harvey, Austin A., (Blanche), superintendent, J. S. Ry., h. 1210 West 6th.

Harvey, Florence, dressmaker, rms. 34-35 Allen square bldg.

Harvey, Lee A., ( E m m a N.), conductor, J. S. Ry., h. 12 Royal ave.

Haskins, Kleber D., (Bertha), conductor, J. S. Ry., h. 615 Pine.

Hassing, Ludwig, (Albertina), woodworker, h. 833 Newland ave.

Hassing, Thora, apprentice milliner, r. 833 Newland ave.

Hassing, Thyra, milliner, r. 833 Newland ave.

CLARK HARDWARE CO. Stoves and Housefurnishings.

The Best Goods at the Lowest Prices. T H E A. D. S H A R P E CO.

JAMESTOWN DIRECTORY. 219

Hastings, Emerick O., (May), mason, h. 419 Warren.

Hatch, Adda H., widow Deloss W., h. over 500 East Fifth.

Hatch, Charles A., (Melissa), painter, h. 65 Rathbone.

Hatch, David B., (Helen L.), art needle work, 215 West 3rd, h. do.

Hatch, Frank D., (Aura), Jamestown Panel and Veneer Co., 50 Steele, h. 557 East 2d.

Hatch, Fred E., (Helena B.), druggist, 10 East 3rd, h. 303 East 2d.

Hatch, Samuel, (Louise J.), retired, h. 491 Winsor.

Hatch, Vernelle A., (Myrtle), newspaper correspondent, h. 549 West 3rd.

Hatch, Zoe R., r. over 500 East 5th.

Haugh, John, (Jennie), baggage master, Erie R. R., h. 314 Jefferson.

Haug, Joseph, (Martha),finisher,118 Foote ave., h. over 153 Chandler.

Hauser, Mary, laundress, r. 615 West 7th.

Haven, Charles F., (Gertrude), commercial traveler, h. over 71 Allen.

Haviland, Sarah C, widow Jenkins J, h. 411 Lafayette.

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Hawkins, Abner J, (Clara Z.), restaurant, 14 East 3rd, h. 141 Institute.

.

Hawkins, Eliza, Mrs., domestic, bds. 65 Martin Road.

Hawkins, William N., (Georgia), lunch wagon, 22 So. Main, h. over 109 E. 3rd.

Hawkinson, Edward, (Caroline), carpenter, h. 215 Falconer.

Hawkinson, Henry E., mechanic, r. 215 Falconer.

Hawkinson, Johanna, widow John, h. 814 East 2d.

Hawkinson, Rena M., r. 814 East 2d.

Hawkinson, Sanford C, (G. Allene), motorneer, J. S. Ry., h. 867 Spring.

Hawley, Charles, electrician, h. 329 Warren.

Hawley, Dennis C, (Nora), clerk, 7 South Main, h. over 203 West 3rd.

Haworth, Ruth, nurse, 207 Foote ave.

Haycook, Edna M., student, r. 23 Peach.

Haycook, Lois Agnes G., telephone operator, 210 Pine, r. 23 Peach.

Haycook, Samuel, (Alice L.), shoemaker, h. 23 Peach.

Haycook, Sarah, Mrs., h. 6 Center.

Hayes, Helen, r. 1 East 7th.

Hayes, James, upholsterer, r. 1 East 7th.

Hayes, John, (Bessie), freight handler, h. 129 Fairview ave.

Hayes, John, (Kate), laborer, h. 1 East 7th.

Hayes, John N., (Johanna), telegraph operator, Erie R. R., h. 1 Cook ave.

Hayes, John W., printer, 16-18 West 2d, r. 1 East 7th.

Hayes, Mary, waitress, 13-23 South Main, r. do.

Haynes, Charles K., (Georgiana B.), optician, rm. 31 Wellman bldg., h. 545 East 5th.

Haynes, Laura L., widow Charles A., r. 11 Broadhead ave.

Haynes, Walter H., (Myrtie)—Lee & Haynes, grocers, 2 Livingstone ave.—11.

125 Fairview.

Haynes, William J„ (Jennie M.),finisher,bds. 48 Eagle.

Hayward, Benjamin W., (Jeanette), overseer of the poor, City bldg., and Hayward & Co., 24 East 3rd, h. Ill East 8th.

Hayward, Clyde, driver, r. 226 Steele.

Cedar Shingles, Lath and Plaster-L. F. SHEDD.

M e n ' s all W o o l Suits, $ 6 to $ 2 5, P R O U D F I T ' S 220 JAMESTOWN DIRECTORY.

Hayward & Co.—Benjamin W. and James S. Hayward—flour, feed and seeds, 24 East 3rd.

Hayward, Darwin, (Susie), laborer, h. Briggs block, Allen Ext.

Hayward, Fayette, Mrs. laundress, 212 East 2d, r. over 205 do.

Hayward, Fred, laborer, r. 405 Newton.

Hayward, Freeman, (Flora), teamster, h. 405 Newton.

Hayward, Harriet, r. 821 Prendergast ave.

Hayward, Harry, clerk, r. 314 West 2d.

Hayward, James S., (Mollie)—Hayward & Co., 24 East 3rd—h. 123 East 9th.

Hayward, Lucy, operative, r. 226 Steele.

Hayward, Lynn D., U. S. navy, r. 123 South Main.

Hayward, Maud, seamstress, r. 226 Steele.

Hayward, Otis, engineer, rms. over 11 East 2d.

Hayward, Ruth, clerk, 206 Main, r. 314 West 2d.

Hayward, Sylvia A., Mrs., boarding house, 123 South Main, r. do.

Hayward, William W „ (Alice), bottler, h. 314 West 2d.

Hazeltine, Abner, (Olivia B.), lawyer, over 17-19 East 3rd, h. 7 Allen.

Hazeltine, Alice I., teacher, N. Y. city, r. 226 Winsor.

Hazeltine, Clara, teacher, rms. 824 Prendergast ave.

Hazeltine, Edward, student, r. 517 Prendergast ave.

Hazeltine, Elizabeth H., teacher, Columbia, S. C, r. 226 Winsor.

Hazeltine, Fannie, widow Henry M., h. 226 Winsor.

Hazeltine, Gertrude, r. 36 Cross.

Hazeltine, Herman, (Edith), wool sorter, h. 503 Newland.

Hazeltine, Laban, (Gertrude J.), physician and surgeon, 322 Main, h. 517 Prendergast ave.

Hazeltine, Margaret J., widow Daniel C, h. 36 Cross.

Hazeltine, Mary Emogene, librarian, James Prendergast Free Library, r. 7 Allen.

Hazeltine, Ray T., Mrs., r. 7 Allen.

Hazeltine, Richard F., (Hannah J.), retired, h. 15 Lincoln.



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