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Jones, E. T., commercial traveler, bds. 302 West 5th.

The Best Cement at L. F. SHEDD'S.

Headquarters fo^_ffiBM„-Td 3 3, Proudfit's 260 JAMESTOWN DIRECTORY.

Jones, Earl C, wholesale fruit dealer, 34 South Main, r. 40 Flagg ave.

Jones, Edith C, stenographer, 118 Foote ave., r. 256 Willard.

Jones, Edward F., (Caroline M.)—Jones & Audette, 2-6 East 2d—h. 16 Broadhead ave.

Jones, Edward V., machine hand, r. 1018 Newland ave.

Jones, Edward W., (Barbara), engineer, J. C. & L. E. Ry., h. over 700 West 8th Jones, Edward W., (Margaret), clerk, 21 Main, h. 107 East 8th.

Jones, Ellen D., widow Edward B., h. 212 Crossman.

Jones, Ellen, domestic, 7-11 West 1st.

Jones, Elizabeth N., operator, 113 East 3rd, r. 11 East 9th.

Jones, Elmer A., (Helen B.), physician and surgeon, 213 East 3rd, h. do.

Jones, Elmer P., (Emma),finisher,r. 548 Allen.

Jones, E m m a L., Mrs., h.flatD, 27 Forest ave.

Jones, Emily, widow August, r. 1 Bowen ave.

Jones, Erick, (Christine), metal worker, h. 13 Victoria ave.

Jones, Everett, driver, bds. 26 Crosby.

Jones, Fanny A., widow John H., h. 808 Main.

Jones, Frances Ella, Mrs., textile worker, h. 113 West 5th.

Jones, Francis A., (Pearl A.), laborer, h. Johnson ave.

Jones, Francis S., (Lora H.), news stand and cigar store, 105 West 3rd, h. 302 Washington.

Jones, Frank A., (Tilda), bookkeeper, rms. 11-14 City hall, h. 1024 Newland ave.

Jones, Frank T., clerk, 216 Forest ave., r. 1018 Newland ave.

Jones, Fred A., (Florence), bookkeeper, 12 East 3rd, h. 107 East 8th.

Jones, Fred L., (Minnie), carpenter, h. 256 Willard.

Jones, G. Clyde, asst. city engineer, City hall, bds. 30 East Buffalo.

Jones, George, pressman, bds. 220 Prospect.

Jones, George S., (Amelia), machine hand, h. 118 Palmer.

Jones, George B., (Virginia), physician, rms. 7-8 Allen square bldg., h. over 11 East 8th.

Jones, Gilbert F„finisher,r. 548 Allen.

Jones, Godfred, polisher, r. 18 Colfax.

Jones, Gurnel, woodworker, bds. 224 Bowen.

Jones, Harold O., (Amelia), foreman, h. 120 Broadhead ave.

Jones, Harriet L., teacher, r. 212 Crossman.

Jones, Hattie B., demonstrator, r. 507 Ashville ave.

Jones, Henry J, (Anna H.), construction agt., h. 15 Garfield.

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Jones, Ida, widow Carl, weaver, r. 49 Hickory.

Jones, Ivah L., r. 212 Crossman.

Jones, Jack, saloon, 2 Main, r. 20 Forest.

Jones, Jacob H., (Salinda), produce dealer, 34 South Main, h. 40 Flagg ave.

Jones, James H., (Margaret), retired, h. 807 Main.

Jones, Jennie M., clerk, 700 East 2d, r. 40 Flagg ave.

Jones, Jennie M., clerk, 203 Main, r. 403 Baker.

Jones, J. Fred, (Minnie F.), mgr. Economy Oil Wks., h. 9 Foote ave.

CLARK HARDWARE CO. Hardware a n d Mill Supplies.

The Best G o o d s at the Lowest P r i c e s - T H E A. D. S H A R P E CO.

JAMESTOWN DIRECTORY. 261 Jones, J. Phillip, real estate and insurance, bds. 217 Johnson ave.

Jones, John, woodfinisher,h. 1 Bowen ave.

Jones, John A., (Dora),finisher,h. 108 Fairview ave.

Jones, John A., (Hannah), clerk, 208 Main, h. 214 Barrett.

Jones, John A., (Mary)—J. A. & C. A. Jones, 2 Main—h. 20 Forest ave.

Jones, John C, (Jennie), laborer, h. 837% Prendergast ave.

Jones, John F., (Rose P.), insurance, rm. 5 Gokey blk., h. 16 Bowen.

Jones, John G., liquor dealer, 116 East 2d, rms. 66 Allen Square bldg.

Jones, John P., (Emily),finisher,h. 8 Fairview ave.

Jones, John P., (Johanna S.), dealer in stone, h. 548 Allen.

Jones, John P., (Minnie A.), contractor, h. 300 Barrett.

Jones, John W., (Dora),finisher,h. 108 Fairview ave.

Jones, Joseph, laborer, r. 224 Bowen.

Jones, Judith J, r. 548 Allen.

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Jones, J. A. & C. A.—John A. and Charles A.—saloon, 2 Main.

Jones, Leonard A., (Alma E.), heading maker, h. 45 Eliicott.

Jones, Leonard F., (Anna K.), policeman, h. 1075 East 2d.

Jones, Louis K., (Cordova), bookkeeper, 105 Winsor, h. 115 Lincoln.

Jones, Louisa, h. over 534 Winsor.

Jones, Lyle, driver, h. 204 Lake View ave.

Jones, Mary, widow Gust, h. 224 Bowen.

Jones, Matilda.- domestic, r. 224 Bowen.

Jones, Matilda, widow George W., r. 30 East Buffalo.

Jones, Matilda E., widow Jesse B., h. 24 Crosby.

Jones, Mable R., librarian, r. 414 Winsor.

Jones, Melvin C,finisherforeman, r. 548 Allen.

Jones, Merritt L., (Louise), clerk, h. 510 East 7th.

Jones, Minnie M., clerk, 95 J. & G. ave., r. 837% Prendergast ave.

Jones, Orsino E., real estate, h. 304 Prendergast ave.

Jones, Oscar W., clerk, r. 403 Baker.

Jones, Ray F., ruber tire maker, r. 45 Ellicott.

Jones, Robert Bruce, (Mary E.), retired, h. 801 Prendergast ave.

Jones, Robert E., teller, 201 Main, r. 414 Winsor.

Jones, Robert L., evangelist, r. 24 Crosby.

Jones, Rose, domestic, rms. 12 Allen square bldg.

Jones, Salome, widow J. C, r. 105 West 5th.

Jones, Sara A., widow Henry R., h. 507 Ashville ave.

Jones, Sidney, retired, h. 334 East 5th.

Jones, Sigfrid, woodworker, r. 224 Bowen.

Jones, Sigred, domestic, r. Ashville ave., beyond city limits.

Jones, Susan D., widow Rinaldo E., h. 825 Spring.





Jones, Thaddeus W., (Ellen), contractor, h. 256 Willard.

Jones, Vernon C, glass worker, r. 24 Crosby.

Jones, Wells M., (Emma), metal worker, h. 12 Fulton place.

Jones, William B., (Nellie F.), contractor and builder, h. 11 East 9th.

Jones, William C, ( E m m a M.), woodworker, h. over 448 Winsor.

L. F. SHEDD SELLS LEHIGH COAL.

THE GOLDEN SEAL PAYS WHEN YOU DIE.

2^ JAMESTOWN DIRECTORY.

Jones, William J., (Myrtle M.), actor, h. 100 Newton.

Jones, William R., (Augusta), letter carrier, P. O., h. 212 East 8th.

Jordan, E m m a L., physician, over 293 East 2d, h. do.

Jordan, John M., (Frances), retired, h. 362 East 4th.

Jorgensen, Hans, (Carline), policeman, h. 257 Prospect.

Jorgenson, Nels, (Nannie), plumber, 220 East 2d, h. 146 Prospect.

Josephson, Alford P., (Ida M.), tailor, r. 33 Charles.

Josephson, Carl, laborer, bds. 8 Webster.

Joslin, Will J., (Flora), woodworker, h. 713 Cheney.

Journal Printing Co., Inc., Frederick P. Hall, prest. and genl. mgr., printers, engravers, etc., 14-16 West 2d.

Jowett, Alfred, (Mary J.), warp dresser, h. 5 Short Eagle.

Jowett, Carrie, graduate nurse, r. 16 Winsor.

Jowett, Ellis F., woolsorter, r. 16 Winsor.

Jowett, George H., (Clara), foreman, h. 328 Allen.

Jowett, Myers, (Betsey), loomfixer, h. 16 Winsor.

Jude, George W., (Pearl B.), attorney-at-law, 60-62 N e w Fenton bldg., h. 206 Fulton.

Judson, Frederick L., (Mary), tailor, 292 Harrison, h. do.

Judson, Gertrude S., domestic, 615 Prendergast ave.

Juel, John, (Olive), cabinet maker, h. 323 Forest.

Juel, Lewis O., (Mary C ), packer, h. 209 Baker.

Jugino, Frank, (Lena), woodworker, h. 22 Alpaca.

Jugino, Toney, textile worker, h. 22 Alpaca.

Julin, Axel B., (Hilda), wood carver, h. 26 Barrows.

Jull, Ella J., Mrs., dressmaker, 222 Chandler, h. do.

Jull, Lottie L., r. 222 Chandler.

Jull, Richard W., laborer, rms. 123 East 2d.

Junior Avon Club, Lucy Jackson, pres., Mary R. Willard, director.

K Kaadtmann, Claud R., (May), teamster, r. 182 J. & G. ave.

Kaadtmann, Edward A., (Agnes), woodworker, r. 182 J. & G. ave.

Kaiden, Eugenia, telephone operator, r. over 119 West 3rd.

Kalander, John, (Hilma), laborer, h. 652 Barrows.

Kane, Catherine M., seamstress, r. 516 West 4th.

Kapiska, Annie, operative, r. 34 Scott.

Kapple, Carlton, (Sarah), laborer, J. S. Ry., h. 123 Hamilton.

Karr, William H., (Jennie), painter, h. 104 Falconer.

Kase, John E., ( E m m a E.),finisher,h. over 774 East 2d.

Kase, Ralph S., printer, r. over 774 East 2d.

See also Case.

Kauth, Valentine, traveling salesman, r. 415 Barrett.

Kay, George, (Hannah), retired, h. 12 Newland ave.

CLARK HARDWARE CO. Roofing and Building Papers.

Carpets, Curtains, Draperies, Shades. T H E A. D. S H A R P E CO.

JAMESTOWN DIRECTORY. 263 Kaynor, Charles A., (Christine), finisher, r. over 100 Willard.

Kaynor, Johanna B., widow Carl F., h. 100 Willard.

Kazer, Wayland W., milk dealer, bds. 118 Hazzard.

Kearney, Anna, h. over 419 West 3rd.

Kearney, Katherine, tailoress, r. over 119 West 3rd.

Keefe, Albert,finisher,r. 37 Winsor.

Keefe, Belle M., boxmaker, r. 7 Hazzard.

Keefe, Daniel F., (Esther E.), painter, h. 7 Hazzard.

Keefe, Gardiner B.,finisher,r. 7 Hazzard.

Keefe, Harrison, textile worker, r. 37 Winsor.

Keefe, John H., warp dresser, r. 37 Winsor.

Keefe, Myron A., (Annie), plumber, h. over 21 Water.

Keefe, Robert F. J.,finisher,h. over 21 Water.

Keefe, Samuel (Rebecca), warpdresser, h. 37 Winsor.

Keefe, William, weaver, r. 37 Winsor.

Keefer, Cora M., stenographer, rms. 13-14-15 Wellman bldg., over 101 West 3rd, r. 318 Prendergast ave.

Keeler, Charles S — C. S. & W. A. Keeler, over 20 West 3rd—h. 412 East 6th.

Keeler, Corisande J., h. over 107 East 6th.

Keeler, Clark, (Gertrude), rubber worker, h. 7 Lakin ave.

Keeler, C. S. & W. A.—Charles S. and William A.—mfrs. extracts and perfumes, over 20 West 3rd.

Keeler, Kate B., r. over 107 East 6th.

Keeler, Mathew, (Barbara), retired, r. 212 Park place.

Keeler, William A.—C. S. & W. A. Keeler, over 20 West 3rd—h. 412 East 6th.

Keenen, William H., clerk, 2-6 East 2d, r. 116 East 4th.

Keet, Sarah, Mrs., domestic, r. over 11 East 2nd.

Keil, Fred, (Jane), cable splicer, 210 Pine, bds. 16 Institute.

Keith, Walter E., bartender, 143-151 Fairmount ave., rms. over 24 East 2d.

Keller, Andrew, (Ethel), packer, h. 456 Warren.

Keller, Henry, (Amelia), barber, h. over 117 East 2d.

Keller, Henry H., (Eunice), curtains and rugs, 23 Winsor, h. do.

Keller, John M., Jr., textile worker, r. 505 Warren.

Keller, John M., (Christine), case maker, h. 505 Warren.

Kellet, Ezia, (Alice), weaver, h. 201 East 1st.

Kelley, Charles, laborer, bds. 149 J. & G. ave.

Kelley, Duane J., (Alice), painter and paperhanger, h. 35 Rathbone.

Kelley, Edna B., clerk, 95 J. & G. ave., r. 610 Jefferson.

Kelley, Manley S., Jr., r. 610 Jefferson.

Kelley, Robert, ( E m m a ), pilot, h. 36 Harrison.

Kelley, Russell M., student, r. 610 Jefferson.

Kelley, Ursula A., widow Manley S., h. 610 Jefferson.

Kelley, Wayne, pressman, r. 405 West 6th.

See also Kelly.

Kellogg, Andrew, (Mary), laborer, h. Ashville ave., beyond city limits.

Kellogg, Berton C, (Lola), painter, h. 33 Fluvanna ave.

FOR CEMENT AND TILING CALL L. F. SHEDD.

J a e g e r ' s H e a l t h U n d e r w e a r at PROUDFIT'S 264 JAMESTOWN DIRECTORY.

Kellogg, David W., (Adelaide E.), carpenter, h. 22 Chamber.

Kellogg, Elizabeth W., widow Henry M., r. 33 Cross.

Kellogg, Jennie R., teacher, r. 33 Cross.

Kellogg, Ray E.,fireman,r. 22 Chamber.

Kelly, A. Frank, (Melissa), carpenter, h. 1037 Main.

Kelly, Charles T., mason, r. 1113 Main.

Kelly, Elizabeth, baker,-r. 12 Bush.

Kelly, Harland,finisher,r. 9 Victoria ave.

Kelly, Harry, bookkeeper, bds. 213 West 2d.

Kelly, James, (Lillian), driver, h. 616 East 6th.

Kelly, John S., woodcarver, r. 1113 Main.

Kelly, Joseph H., plumber, r. 1113 Main.

Kelly, Katherine, seamstress, r. 1113 Main.

Kelly, Margaret, widow Patrick, h. 1113 Main.

Kelly, Nettie, clerk, 212 Main, r. 1037 do.

Kelly, Newton, (Henrietta), woodworker, h. 9 Victoria ave.

Kelly, Orla, domestic, r. 220 Crossman.

Kelly, Patrick, steelworker, bds. 1113 Main.

Kelly, Ray, woodworker, r. 9 Victoria ave.

Kelly, William R., upholsterer, r. 1113 Main.

See also Kelley.

Kelsey, Albert P., letter carrier, P. O., h. 615 Palmer.

Kelsey, Charles F., (Lena M.), bookkeeper, r. 615 Palmer.

Kelsey, Clare D„ r. 837 East 2d.

Kelsey, Elon E., (Electa D.), retired, h. 837 East 2d.

Kelsey, Frank, laborer, r. 1035 East 2d.

Kelsey, Harry, laborer, r. 1035 East 2d.

Kelsey, Herman L., (Helen), mason, h. 1035 East 2d.

Kelsey, Hilma, widow Hector L., dressmaker, bds. 212 Bowen.

Kelsey, Olin W., (Edyth B.), auditor J. C. & L. E. Ry., h. 44 Fairmount ave Kelso, Florence, stenographer, r. 30 Fairview ave.

Kelso, Minnie D., widow Alfred, r. 30 Fairview ave.

Kelso, William S., retired, h. 30 Fairview ave.

Kemp, Lawrence W., hatter, over 101 East 3rd, rms. 213-215 East 2d.

Kendall, Ada, spinner, r. 859 Spring.

Kendall, Emily, twister, r. 859 Spring.

Kendall, George E., millhand, r. 829 Spring.

Kendall, Hannah N., domestic, r. 859 Spring.

Kendall, Martha J., drawer, r. 859 Spring.

Kendall, Newton, (Eliza), weaver, h. 5 Briggs.

Kendall, Thomas, (Sarah E.), stone cutter, h. 859 Spring.

Kennedy, Arthur E., laborer, r. 815 Spring.

Kennedy, Edwin, r. 15 Scott.

Kennedy, Ellen, h. 714 y2 Lafayette.

Kennedy, Horace, upholsterer, r. 1 Barrows.

Kennedy, John G„ (Maggie L.), engineer, h. 15 Scott.

CLARK HARDWARE CO. Builders' Hardware.

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

JAMESTOWN DIRECTORY. 265 Kennedy, John J., painter, r. 208 Lincoln.

Kennedy, Lydia S., weaver, r. 1 Barrows.

Kennedy, Mary, widow Henry, h. 1 Barrows.

Kennedy, Milton E., (Laura A.), restaurant, under 201 West 3rd, h. over do.

Kennedy, Thomas G., deliveryman, r. 15 Scott.

Kennedy, Thomas J., (Margaret K.), wool sorter, h. 106 Crosby.

Kent, A. Flynn, (Emily A.), real estate, 29 Forest ave., h. 337 East 5th.

Kent, Alba M., (Rose E.), capitalist, h. 305 East 4th.

Kent, Clare1 A., laborer, bds. 9 Price.

Kent, F. M. Rich, teacher, r. 9 Price.

Kent, George A. S., (Martha), carpenter, h. 9 Price.

Kent, Morgan B., (Eleanor), h. 333 East 4th.

Kent, Roy, (Sadie), deliveryman, r. 16 South Hallock.

Kent, William E., (Lillian M.), motorneer, J. S. Ry., h. Reynolds place.



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