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Love, Otto, (Minnie), machine hand, h. 124 Harrison.

Lovejoy, Carl L., driver, r. 7 Dickerson.

Lovejoy, Charles R., (Mary)—Fulton Market, 19 East 3rd—h. 7 Dickerson.

Lovejoy, Earl C, clerk, 19 East 3rd, r. 7 Dickerson.

Lovejoy & Davis—Edwin G. Lovejoy and Archie E. Davis—grocers, 16 Ashville ave.

Lovejoy, Edwin G., (Caroline G.)—Lovejoy & Davis, 16 Ashville ave.—h. 12 Fairview ave.

Lovejoy, Eva M., bookeeper, 101 West 3rd, r. 7 Dickerson.

Lovejoy, Truax D., (Blanche W. ), clerk, 19 East 3rd, h. 71 Hotchkiss.

Loveless, Claud, (Maud), laborer, h. 1208 East 2d.

Loveless, Grace, clerk and bookkeeper, 300 Main, bds. 213 East 2d.

Lowe, George H., (Margaret), oil operator, h. 16 Crosby.

Lowe, Moses, (Polly), retired, r. 208 McDannell ave.

Lowell, Albert P., (Emma), supt. Ashville plant, Jamestown Panel & Veneer Co., h. 557 East 2d.

Lowery, Elmer J., waiter, 20 Main, rooms 21 East 2d.

Lowry, blocks, 101-103 and 105-111 East 3rd.

Lozier, Etta L., widow Charles H., dressmaker, h. over 629 Prendergast ave.

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

KNOX HATS A N D HAWES HATS A R E THE BEST HATS.

288 JAMESTOWN DIRECTORY.

Lucas, Emma, housekeeper, 17 West 9th, r. do.

Lucas, Frank A., (Minnie), electrician, 118 East 3rd, h. 217 Spring.

Lucas, Grace E., asst., 110 East 3rd, r. Ill East 6th.

Lucas, Henry A., (Alice), agent, h. 220 Crossman.

Lucas, L. Belle, r. 220 Crossman.

Lucas, Louis L., foreman, r. 220 Crossman.

Lucas, Margaret, widow Joseph, r. 108 Lincoln.

Lucas, Mary A., stenographer, 38 Winsor, r. 223 Crossman.

Lucas, Thomas W., (Mertie), commercial traveler, h. 227 Crossman.

Luce, Caroline C, widow William G., h. 26 East Buffalo.

Luce, Deura A., (Bessie), brewery worker, h. over 122 East 3rd.

Luce, Ernest W., (Etta), laborer, h. 622 Spring.

Luce, Gertrude, bookbinder, r. 218 Palmer.

Luce, Irvine W., (Effie), teamster, h. 11 Park place.

Luce, Sylvester, farm hand, bds. Ashville ave., (Celoron).

Lucey, Timothy R., (Margarette),finisher,h. 105 Stewart ave.

Lufgren, Julia, spinner, bds. 913 Newland ave.

See also Lofgren.

Lumbert, Robert F., retired, r. 32 Ashville ave.

Lumstead, Sarah, operative, bds. 561 Allen.

Lund, Alvin, cigar mfr., 21 Main, bds. 5-7-9 Harrison.

Lund, Andrew W., general store; 4 Willard, h. do.

Lund, August, (Kerstia), woodworker, h. Buffalo near Davis.

Lund, Christian, (Carrie), bench hand, h. over 22 West 8th.

Lund, Ebbert J, (Genevieve), metal worker, h. 35 Peterson.

.

Lund, Emil, packer, bds. 16 Charles.

Lund, Gustaf A., (Augusta), machine hand, h. over 29 Wescott.

Lund, Henry, woodworker, bds. 489 Winsor.

Lund, Henry M., r. 219 Forest ave.

Lund, James H., h. 219 Forest ave.

Lund, John A., steel case maker, bds. 331 Foote ave.

Lund, J. Victor,finisher,bds. 101 Colfax.

Lund, Patrea, spinner, bds. 100 Willard.

Lund, Samuel, (Christine), operative, h. 41 Park.

Lund, Thure S., machine hand, bds. over 105 Hedges ave.

Lund, Victoria H., weaver, bds. 104 Charles.

See also Lind.

Lundahl, Carl, shaper, bds. 33 Myrtle.

See also Londahl, Lindell and Lindahl.

Lundberg, Albin, hand sander, r. 9 Howard ave.

Lundberg, Andrew, (Clara), mason, h. 15 Stowe.

Lundberg, Axel, laborer, bds. over 568 Allen.

Lundberg, Charles F., (Mathilda), metal worker, h. 36 Jones.

Lundberg, Clara, domestic 112 West 2d.

Lundberg, David, woodworker, rms. 4-6 South Main.

Lundberg, Ellen, spinner, r. 9 Howard ave.

CLARK HARDWARE CO. Hardware and Mill Supplies.

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

' JAMESTOWN DIRECTORY. 289 Lundberg, Fabian R., (Josephine), machine hand, h. 248 Barrows.

Lundberg, Henry, clerk, 101 Harrison, r. 150 Barrows.

Lundberg, Hjalmar, (Hannah), machinist, h. 10 Seymour ave.

Lundberg, Ida, dressmaker, rms. 608 Prendergast ave.

Lundberg, Jacob, hand sander, r. 9 Howard ave.

Lundberg, John, (Carolina),finisher,h. 280 Broadhead ave.

Lundberg, John, (Albertina), retired, K. 237 Willard.

Lundberg, John E., machinist,rms. Y. M. C. A. dormitory.

Lundberg, Laura, r. 15 Stowe.

Lundberg, P. William, (Minnie), cabinet maker, h. 9 Howard ave.

Lundberg, Rose L., cash girl, 203 Main, r. 423 Newland ave.

Lundberg, Victoria, nurse girl, r. 15 Stowe.

Lundeen, John, laborer, bds. 550 East 2nd.

Lundeen, John, laborer, bds. 713 Cherry.

Lundeen, Oscar, machine hand, bds. 110 Sampson.

Lundgren, Alma, cook, r. Ashville ave., beyond city limits.

Lundgren, Betty, bds. 435 Willard.

Lundgren, Charles O., (Sophia), carpenter, h. 406 Baker.

Lundgren, Christene, winder, bds. 52 Hadges ave.

Lundgren, Christine, domestic, 120 Fulton.

Lundgren, Christine, widow Simon, r. over 12 Linwood ave.

Lundgren, Conrad, (Anna), pres. Co-operative Furniture Co., Taylor St., h.

932 East 2d.

Lundgren, Emily, widow Carl O., h. 29 Linden ave.

Lundgren, Frederica, widow John, bds. 65 Tower.

Lundgren, Huldah C, domestic, h. over 12 Linwood ave.





Lundgren, J. Alfred, waiter, r. over 124 East 2d.

Lundgren, Jennie, box maker, r. 406 Baker.

Lundgren, Louisa, widow Clarence E., weaver, h. over 114 Stowe.

Lundgren, Mary C, weaver, r. over 12 Linwood ave.

Lundgren, Nettie, operative, r. 13 Victoria ave.

Lundgren, Robert J, duffer, bds. 11 Garfield.

.

Lundgren, Victor, laborer, bds. 11 Garfield.

See also Lindgren.

Lundmark, Abbey, clerk, 207 Main, r. 423 Newland ave.

Lundmark, Hannah, Mrs., h. 423 Newland ave.

Lundmark, Helma, clerk, 207 Main, r. 423 Newland ave.

Lundmark, Jennie, mender, r. 423 Newland ave.

Lundmark, Nellie, spinner, r. 423 Newland ave.

Lundmark, Rose, cash girl, 203 Main, r. 423 Newland ave.

See also Eindmark.

Lundquist, Aaron L., (Matilda), art metal worker, h. 501 Stowe.

Lundquist, Albert, teamster, bds. 105 East Buffalo.

Lundquist, Albertina W., domestic, 412 Main.

Lundquist, Alfred, teamster, bds. 105 East Buffalo.

Lundquist, Amanda, widow Gustaf A., h. 507 Chandler.

COAL, W O O D, C E M E N T. L. F. S H E D D.

M e n ' s all W o o l Suits, $ 6 to $ 2 5, P R O U D F I T ' S 290 JAMESTOWN DIRECTORY.

Lundquist, Andrew, (Anna S.), carpenter, h. 318 Price.

Lundqust, Arvid N., (Delia M.)—Wilson & Lundquist, 110 Main—h. 410 Lake View ave.

Lundquist, A. Victoria, clerk, 13-15 Main, r. It Victoria ave.

Lundquist, Axel, (Amanda)—Berglund & Lundquist,302 Foote ave.—h. over 25 Myrtle.

Lundquist, Carl, (Minnie), tailor, h. 305 Barrett.

Lundquist, Carl, (Anna), polisher, h. Broadhead ave.

Lundquist, Carl A., (Ellen B.)—Elof Rosencrantz & Co., 2 South Main—h.

621 East 6th.

Lundquist, Christine, widow C. J., h. 11 Victoria ave.

Lundquist, E m m a, widow August, h. over 202 Crosby.

Lundquist, Esther, operative, r. over 202 Crosby.

Lundquist, Florence E., clerk, 223 East 2d, r. 318 Price.

Lundquist, Fritchof, metal worker, bds. 52 Pearl ave.

Lundquist, Gideon, (Edith), drayman, h. 100 Steele.

Lundquist, Gust, (Nellie), carpenter, h. 226 Hazzard.

Lundquist, John G., (Isabell), blacksmith, h. 23 West 10th.

Lundquist & Johnson—Samuel Lundquist and Leonard Johnson—wholesale fruit dealers, 208 Pine.

Lundquist, Lars, (Lottie), operative, h. over 139 Park.

Lundquist, Louis A., stenographer, Erie R. R., r. 318 Price.

Lundquist, Minnie, widow Emil, h. 105 East Buffalo.

Lundquist, Olof, (Annie C ), retired, h. over 211 Prendergast ave.

Lundquist, Oscar, (Edith), cabinet maker, h. over 514 Newland ave.

Lundquist, Paul, laborer, r. 44 Thayer.

Lundquist, Robert E., (Edna H.), clerk, 208 Pine, h. over 132 Foote ave.

Lundquist, Ruth, domestic, 500 Pine.

Lundquist, Samuel, (Georgianna)—Lundquist & Johnson, 208 Pine—h. over 51 Fairmount ave.

Lundquist Susie, domestic, r. 506 Newland ave.

Lundquist, William, (Gustena), textile worker, h. 44 Thayer.

Lundquist, William T., cabinetmaker, r. 23 West 10th.

See also Lindquist.

Lundstead, Carl, packer, bds. over 561 Allen.

Lundstead, Sarah, picker, bds. over 561 Allen.

Lundwell, Amelia, widow Salmon, r. 17 Tew.

Lunn, Alvin, cigars and tobacco, 27 South Main, h. 7 Harrison.

Lunn, Andrew, cigar mfr., 12 South Main, r. do.

Lunn, Anna, widow Samuel, dressmaker, h. 3 3 % Linden ave.

Lunn, Ernest, cigarmaker, over 12 Main, r. 3 3 % Linden ave.

Lunn, Minnie A., cloth mender, bds. 330 Allen.

Luttringer, Martin, laborer, bds. 119-121 East 2d.

Lydle, Helen, r. 154 Hall ave.

Lydle, Wellington N., contractor and builder, 304 Washington, h. 154 Hall ave.

Lydle, William R„ clerk, 95 J. & G. ave., r. 154 Hall ave.

CLARK HARDWARE CO. Fine Cutlery a n d Tools.

Carpets, Curtains, Draperies, Shades.' T H E A. D. S H A R P E CO.

JAMESTOWN DIRECTORY. 291 Lydon, James W., (Samantha), florist Lake View Rose Gardens, h. Ashville ave., (Celoron).

Lyke, Clyde, bartender, rms. 217 West 2d.

Lyke, Nathaniel, (Anna), cook, 9-13 West 1st, h. over 16 Price.

Lyman, James A., (Ollie), manager, 309 Main, h. 45 Grant.

Lyman, Lenora, dressmaker, bds. 210 West 4th.

Lyman, Sara, r. 217 East 6th.

Lynch, Agnes M., dressmaker, r. 248 East Buffalo.

Lynch, Edward, driver, Hook and Ladder Co., r. 623 Spring.

Lynch, Esther, weaver, r. over 40 Orchard.

Lynch, James J., driver, Deluge Engine Co., r. 623 Spring.

Lynch, Katherine M., Mrs., h. 248 East Buffalo.

Lynch, Luke M., (Sarah), loomfixer,h. 211 Allen.

Lynch, Margaret, picker, r. over 40 Orchard.

Lynch, Minnie, r. 623 Spring.

Lynch, Nellie, clerk, 205 Main, r. 623 Spring.

Lynch, Patrick, plumber, r. 623 Spring.

Lynch, Theresa, dressmaker, r. 623 Spring.

Lynch, Theresa, weaver, r. over 40 Orchard.

Lyndon Lumber and Supply Co., 101 East 3rd.

Lynn, Andrew, (Bessie), laborer, h. 400 Barrett.

Lynn, Carl O., (Selma), h. 5 Hanley.

Lynn, Edward, (Mary), teamster, h. 113 Broadhead ave.

Lynn, Gust, (Ericka E.), varnisher, h. 400 Barrett.

Lynn, Jessie C, r. 400 Barrett.

Lyon, Ann, widow Alanson, r. 303 Warren.

Lyon, Sarah D., h. 210 Warren.

See also Lion.

Lyons, Alice, packer, r. 907 Main.

Lyons, Annie L., clerk, 207 Main, r. 907 do.

Lyons, John, laborer, bds. 119 East 2d.

Lyons, Mary, Mrs., h. 907 Main.

Lysholdt, Christian, machinist, bds. 2 South Thayer.

Lyttle, Harry E., (Delia), painter, h. 115 Marvin.

See also Little.

M Mabee, Burnie M., crater, r. over 5 Taylor.

Mabee, Ernest, spinner, bds. 431 Chandler.

Mabee, Frances, r. 416 Lafayette.

Mabee, Kate, Mrs., h. 416 Lafayette.

Mabee, Mabel, r. 416 Lafayette.

See also Maybee.

Maccabee Hall, 101 East 3rd.

CALL L. F. SHEDD FOR COAL OR WOOD.

,,,,„. for Clothing? Hats and Q Q PrOUfJfit'S HeafJqUarterS Furnishings.sat oo» nuuu"ta ^7 JAMESTOWN DIRECTORY.

MacCleverty, Carrie R., Mrs., h. 209 Forest ave.

MacComber, Fred V., clerk, 2-0 East 2d, r. 313 Prendergast ave.

MacDonald, Kate, r. 236 Steele.

Mace, Charles W., (Kate E.), retired, h. 17 East 6th.

Mace, William M., (Carrie), lumber salesman, r. 17 East 6th.

Mack, Frank, (Lizzie Boyd), laborer, h. 11 Barrett.

Mack, James, (Josephine), teamster, h. 103 Barrett.

Mack Myron, teamster, bds. 17 Barrett.

Mackey, Edward M., (Imogene), pres. Chaut. Towel Mills, 206 Steele, h. 341 East 5th.

Mackey, Frederick, laborer, r. 48 Flagg ave.

Mackey, Ida, waitress, r. 48 Flagg ave.

Mackey, Olita L., h. 17 Potter ave.

Maclease, Charles E.—Maclease & Carpenter, 111 West 3rd—h. 12 Rathbone.

Maclease, Devillo, (Ellen), retired, h. 12 Rathbone.

Maclease & Carpenter—Charles E. Maclease and Charles Carpenter—wallpaper and painting, 111 West 3rd.

See also McClease.

Maddox, Frank E., (Christine), switchman, h. 46 Rathbone.

Maddox, Fred C, student, r. 146 Warren.

Maddox, John Wilson, (Martha A.), com'l traveler, h. 146 Warren.

Maddox, Stella E., r. 62 Allen.

Maddox Table C o. — W m. J. Maddox, Chas. W. Herrick and Milton H. Clarkparlor and library table mfrs., 101-125 Harrison.

Maddox, William C, (Elizabeth A.), wood carver, h. over 780 East 2d.

Maddox, William J., (Alice)—Maddox Table Co., 101 Harrison—h. 62 Allen.

Madison, Frank, (Melissa), steamfitter,h. 20 West 7th.

Maes, Frederic, weaver, h. over 30 Institute.

Magee, Charles A., (Ella M.), clerk, 5-7 Main, h. 17 East 6th.

Magee, Phillip, teamster, r. 112 Palmer.

See also McGee.

Magnerson, Simon, (Lottie), deliveryman, h. over 120 Prospect.

Magnesson, Swan, (Emma), turner, h. over 262 Broadhead ave.

Magnison, Anna C, manicurist, 114 East 3rd, h. do.

Magnison, Salmon, (Anna), retired, h. 68 Tower.

Magnison, Singne, dressmaker, bds. 214 East 3rd.

Magnuson, Agnes, bobbin setter, bds. 52 Vega.

Magnuson, Anna E., dressmaker, r. 310 Barrett.

Magnuson, Charles, retired, r. 29 Charles.

Magnuson, Elliott, sander, bds. 52 Vega.

Magnuson, Gust, (Anna), cabinet maker, h. 310 Barrett.

Magnuson, Gust C, foreman, 14-16 West 2d, r. 310 Barrett.

Magnuson, Hilma C, cashier, 2-6 East 2d, r. 310 Barrett.

Magnuson, Martha J., r. 310 Barrett.

Magnuson, Matilda, weaver, bds. 119 Willard.

Magnuson, Signa, widow Gust, h. 52 Vega.

CLARK HARDWARE CO. Builders' Hardware.

Silks, Satins, Velvets, Trimmings. T H EA D. S H A R P E C O.

JAMESTOWN DIRECTORY. 293 Magnuson, Signa M., domestic, 513 West 3rd.

Magnuson, William, (Anna), carpenter, h. 125 Park.

Magnusson, Alfred, (Anna), woodworker, h. 18 Partridge.

Magruder, Charles G., (Golden V.), candy maker, rms. 415 West 3rd.

Maguire, John F., (Fannie A.), supt. 122 Winsor, h. over 203 East 2d.

Maguire, William, student, r. over 203 East 2d.

See also McGuire.



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