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Sheldon, Porter, (Mary), retired, h. 70 Prospect.

CLARK HARDWARE CO. Fine Cutlery and Tools.

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

JAMESTOWN DIRECTORY. 371 Sheldon, Ralph C, (Isabel), pres. and treas. Am. Aristotype Co., 56 Prospect h. 37 Warren.

Shelgren, Alfred, (Anna), water rubber, h. 14 Alpaca.

Shelgren, Samuel, (Emma), engineer, h. Thayer St. Ext.

Shellberg, Axel, (Doretta), carpenter, h. 100 Hazzard.

Shellberg, Theoberg, (Louise),finisher,h. 330 Winsor.

Shellberg, Emil, (Freda), contractor, h. 790 East 2d.

See also Shelberg.

Shelters, Bertha W., aristo worker, r. 509 Clinton.

Shelters, Hannah E., widow George H., h. 509 Clinton.

Shelters, Harry K., (Mamie), draughtsman, h. 409 West 3rd.

Shepard, Laura V., widow Enos, r. 9 Crossman.

Sherman, Adelbert J., (Josephine), night watchman, r. 515 Washington.

Sherman, Albert E., (Myrtie), prop. Sherman Book Bindery, over 12 West 2d, h. 352 Foote ave.

Sherman Book Bindery, Albert E. Sherman, prop., over 12 West 2d.

Sherman, Carl J, (Anna), laborer, h.'394 English.


Sherman, Ella B., h. Ashville ave., R. F. D., (Celoron).

Sherman, Florence M., student, r. 41 College.

Sherman, Ida A., r. Ashville ave., R. F. D., (Celoron).

Sherman, Isaac A., (Lilla), carpenter, h. Ashville ave., (Celoron).

Sherman, Jessie, student, r. Woodworth ave., (Celoron).

Sherman, Lucy, widow Edward, h. 327 Foote ave.

Sherman, Roy N., conductor J. S. Ry., r. Ashville ave., (Celoron).

Sherman, Sidney R., (Nettie C ), laborer, h. 36 West 10th.

See also Shearman.

Sherwin, Frank M., (Eva), woodcarver, h. 405 Cherry.

Sherwin, Philo O., (Laura B.), retired, h. 12 Dexter.

Shields, Samuel B., (Amelia), electrician, 109 East 3rd, h. 37 Marvin.

Shirley, Benjamin F., retired, r. 40 Peach.

Shirley, Moses B., (Phoebe), machinist, h. 40 Peach.

Shoemaker, Paul A., osteopath physician, over 111 East 2d, r. do.

Shoesmith, Henry E., (Caroline), overlooker, h. 440 Allen.

Shoesmith, Thomas, (Emma), clerk, 14 East 2d, h. 37 Peach.

Scholonder, Henry, iron worker, bds. 27 Weeks.

Shooke, Mabelle E., clairvoyant, r. 135 Chandler.

Shooke, Marcella, widow James, h. over 135 Chandler.

Short, Frank, electrician, r. over 6 Falconer.

Short, Fred, (Laura F.), electrician, h. 30 Cedar.

Short, John H., (Ada), electrician, h. over 6 Falconer.

Shoultz, Ella, Mrs., dressmaker, h. over 21 Victoria ave.

Shoultz, Jay H., cabinet maker, r. over 21 Victoria ave.

Shreck, Mary, cook, r. 207 Foote ave.

Shults, Charles F., (Sadie A.), solicitor, h. 8 East 4th.

Shults, Henry J., (Elizabeth B.),finisher,h. 11 Bassett.

Shutt, Ada B., clerk, 2-6 East 2d, r. 616 Warren.

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

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 372 JAMESTOWN DIRECTORY.

Shutt, Alice. H., stenographer, 2-6 East 2d, r. 616 Warren.

Shutt, Orris J., (Annie L.), stonemason, h. 616 Warren.

Shutt, Pearl, domestic, over 103 East 2d.

Shutz, Minnie M., r. 867 Spring.

Siddall, Alma M., widow W. Harry, dressmaker, r. 618 East 2d.

Siegel, Carl W., (Kate W. ), baker, h. 618% Pine.

Siegel, Christ, (Pauline), baker, h. over 800 Main.

Sieger, I. Rudolph,finisher,bds. 3 Rowley place.

Siggins, Orren L., motorman, r. over Jamestown St. Ry. car barns.

Siguier, Anton, (Lizzie), h. 35 West 9th.

Siguier, Carrie, r. 35 West 9th.

Siguier, Charles, (Ada), spring setter, h. 301 Forest.

Siguier, George, upholsterer, r. 35 West 9th.

Siguier, John F., (Waytey), pipe connector, h. 508 Foote ave.

Siguier, Lizzie, weaver, r. 35 West 9th.

Siguier, Pauline, widow Anton, h. 35 West 9th.

Sill, Cora, Mrs., r. 16 West 9th.

Sill, Cornelia A., widow George H., r. 16 Harrison.

Sill, Georgia, music teacher, 16 Harrison, r. do.

Sill, Katherine L., r. 16 West 9th.

Sill, William M., student, r. 16 Harrison.

Silsby, Margaret R., student, r. 561 Allen.

Silsby, Holden R., (Lydia), blacksmith, h. 561 Allen.

Simmelink, Fred M., farmer, h. 613 Buffalo.

Simmergren, Esther, domestic, r. 108 Williams.

Simmergren, Oscar, laborer, r. 108 Williams.

Simmons, Frank, (Fannie),fireman,h. 55 Harrison.

Simmons, Frank C, (May L.), motorman, J. S. Ry., h. over 207 West 3rd.

Simmons, Frederick, engineer, J. C. & L. E. Ry., bds. 624 West 7th.

Simmons, Harry, bartender, 624 West 7th.

Simmons, Harry F., (Lizzie), h. 624 West 7th.

Simmons, Harry F., Jr., clerk, 624 West 7th.

Simmons, Harry W., (Altie), painter, h. 37 Chambers.

Simmons, Harvey, r. 456 Warren.

Simmons, Margaret, operative, bds. 59 Steele.

Simon, E m m a, r. 315 Clinton.

Simon, Hedwig, r. 315 Clinton.

Simon, P. Frederick, (Babette), mgr. Milwaukee Bot. Co., 104 East 2d, h.

315 Clinton.

Simpson, Andrew, (Ida), woodworker, h. 302 Barrett.

Simpson, Henry A., laborer, r. 7 North Hallock.

Simpson, Nannie C, laundress, bds. 301 Barrett.

Singer Sewing Machine Co., Rufus L. Slawson, mgr., 203 West 3rd. v Sisson, Allen, (Emma), ticket agent, Erie Ry., h. 412 West 3rd.

Sisson, Bertha H., music teacher, r. 412 West 3rd.

Sisson, F. G.,finisher,rms. 213-215 East 2d CLARK HARDWARE CO. Stoves and Housefurnishings.

Always b u y your D r y Goods of T h e A. D. S h a r p e Co.

JAMESTOWN DIRECTORY. 373 Sisson, Fred, (Sylvia), orderman, Union Tea Co., h. over 333 Hazzard.

Sisson, George W., (Lillian M.), coal dealer, 16 Isabelle ave., h. Ill Price.

Sisson, Hiram G., (Susan), optician, h. 23 Scott.

Sister Adalaide, teacher, r. 201 West 5th.

Sister Agatha, teacher, r. 201 West 5th.

Sister Alexius, housekeeper, 201 West 5th.

Sister Aloysius, teacher, r. 201 West 5th.

Sister Bernard, teacher, 201 West 5th.

Sister Gonzaga, teacher, 201 West 5th.

Sister Joseph, teacher of music, 201 West 5th.

Sizt, Christine, clerk, 207 Main, r. 8 Lake.

Sjogren, Axel, (Selma), machine hand, h. over 1013 Newland ave.

Sjogren, Charles G., (Olive J.), laborer, h. over 127 Falconer.

Skans, Amel, (Minnie J.), h. 517 Camp, R. F. D. 82.

Skans, Arlean B., clerk, 18 East 3rd, r. 517 Camp, R. F. D. 82.

Skans, Frank, (Louise), wool sorter, h. 120 Hebner.

Skans, Gordon A., packer, 517 Camp.

Skans, Mary, widow Adolf, h. over 505 Camp, R. F. D. 82.

Skellie, Walter, (Mary E.), butter dealer, h. 115 Allen.

Skenandore, Nicholas J., (Henrietta A.), bowling alley, 120 West 3rd, h. over 205 do.

Skiff, Bertha R., r. 303 West 2d.

Skiff, Fred C, stenographer, room 20 Gokey bldg., over 20 West 3rd, bds.

304 do.

Skiff, Marion L., nurse, r. 303 West 2d.

Skiff, Mason M., (Mary L.), vice pres. Bank of Jamestown, h. 303 West 2d.

Skiff, Warner M., student, r. 303 West 2d.

Skinner, Loren P., (Anna), conductor, J. S. Ry., h. 43 Hazzard.

Skinner, William H., (Alta), conductor, J. S. Ry., h. 411 West 4th.

Skipper, Daniel L., (Annie), commercial traveler, h. 869 East 2d.

Skipper, Evelyn, stenographer, r. 869 East 2d.

Skipper, W. J. Harvey, bookkeeper and stenographer, Blackstone ave., r. 869 East 2d.

Skirrow, Georgiana, r. under 1027 Main.

Skirrow, Mary, h. under 1027 North Main.

Skoglund, Frank, (Augusta), loomfixer,h. over 409 Newland ave.

Skold, Gust, (Sophie),finisher,h. 53 Wescott.

Skold, Oscar, r. 53 Wescott.

Slater, Addie, Mrs., h. 10 West 4th.

Slater, Annie, Mrs., hairdresser, 128 Harrison, h. do.

Slater, Frank J., (Eva), physical director, Y. M. C. A., h. 343 Foote ave.

Slater, May, twister, r. 128 Harrison.

Slattery, Anna, dressmaker, r. 149 Warren.

Slattery, Bridget, widow John, r. 149 Warren.

Slattery, Elizabeth, clerk, 16-18 West 3rd, r. 149 Warren.

Slattery, John, foreman Erie freight yards, r. 149 Warren.


DOUBLE YOUR M O N E Y = = J o i n the G o l d e n 5eal.


Slattery, Mary, teacher, r. 149 Warren.

Siawson, Rufus L., (Daisy), mgr. Singer Sewing Machine Co., 203 West 3rd, h. 600 West 10th.

Siawson, Samuel E., (Inez A.), granite and marble dealer, h. 9 Lakin ave.

Slayton, Robert, (Helen), laborer, h. 308 Steele.

Slintz, Minnie, seamstress, bds. 807 Spring.

Sliter, Charles H., (Rose), retired, h. 32 Sampson.

Slocum, Jonathan H., (Eliza I.), retired, h. over 153 Prospect.

Slocum, Samuel S., (Cora D.), painter, h. 123 Fairmount ave.

Slone, Clarence A., (Mary B.), mgr. Western Union Tel. Co., 301 Main, h.

108 East 8th.

Slone, Henry, night clerk, 13-23 West 3rd, r. 211 West 2d.

Slone, William W., (Sarah M.), shipping clerk, h. 108 East 8th.

Slosberg, Lewis H., (Ida M.), clothing parlor, over 5 East 2d, h. 124 Barrett.

Smalley, Albert L., Rev., (Anna), h. 316 East 4th.

Smallman, Joshua, (Harriet), printer, h. 426 East 5th.

Smart, Alice, widow George, h. over 105 South Main.

.Smart, Clive, driver, r. over 105 South* Main.

Smart, Lee, bds. 210 West 5th.

Smedberg, John, motorneer, J. S. Ry., bds. 12,0 Hamilton.

Smedberg, Oscar, motorneer, J. S. Ry., bds. 120 Hamilton.

Smedley, William N., (Grace A.), lineman, J. S. Ry., h. over 5 Lakin ave.

Smiley, Clyde M., upholsterer, r. 306 West 8th.

Smiley, Floyd, tire maker, r. 122 Stewart.

Smiley, Frank J., (Jennie), painter, h. 306 West 8th.

Smiley, Lloyd J., machinist, r. 306 West 8th.

Smiley, Sanford, (Clara), casemaker, h. 122 Stewart ave.

Smith, Alice, domestic, r. 13-20 West 3rd.

Smith, Alvah A., (Minnie L.), metal worker, h. 416 Lafayette.

Smith, A m y E., r. 525 West 3rd.

Smith, Anastasia, widow John, r. 314 West 7th.

Smith, Ann B., picker, r. 811 Jefferson.

Smith, Anna G., widow Hiram, h. 142 Forest ave.

Smith, Anna M., stenographer, rms. 415 West 3rd.

Smith, Annie E., clerk, 205 Main, r. 045 East 6th.

Smith, Arthur, metal worker, r. 440 Allen.

Smith, Arthur, barber, r. 10 East Ellicott.

Smith, Arthur, (Anna), packer, h. over 14 Park.

Smith, Batson, retired, r. 7 Waterman.

Smith, Beatrice, textile worker, r. 228 Warren.

Smith, Bert R., (Elizabeth), grocery, 117 Lincoln, h. 120 do.

Smith, Bessie G., teacher, r. 17 Hazzard.

Smith, Bessie G., clerk, 10 West 3rd, r. over 132 Fairmount ave.

Smith, Bessie O. F., operative, r. 305% Warren.

Smith, Beth D., r. 405 Barrett.

Smith, Blanche J., dressmaker, r. over 805 Cherry.

CLARK HARDWARE CO. Roofing and Building Papers.

Silks, Satins, Velvets, Trimmings. T H E A. D. S H A R P E CO.

JAMESTOWN DIRECTORY. 375 Smith block, 5-9 South Main.

Smith, Brightman B., Jr., machinist, r. 405 Barrett.

Smith, Brightman B., J., machinist, r. 405 Barrett.

Smith, Catherine, rms. 22 Warner blk.

Smith, C. Charlotte, widow Henry A., h. 17 Lincoln.

Smith, Charles A., (Amanda C ), turner, h. 317 Allen.

Smith, Chester J, (Edna), bookkeeper, Chaut. Worsted Mills, h. 11 East 6th.


Smith, Claud L., machinist, bds. over 19 West 3rd.

Smith, Clyde G., rugmaker, r. 1 Hotchkiss.

Smith, Cynthia, widow Nathaniel F., r. 815 Spring.

Smith, David, (Rosalie), commercial traveler, h. 218 Crosby.

Smith, D. Eldrid, h. 1035 Main.

Smith, DeWitt C, (Lucia D.), hackman, 217 Cherry, h. 308 Clinton.

Smith, Edgar, spinner, rms. 440 Allen.

Smith, Edgar A., (Lelia), lather, h. 305% Warren.

Smith, Edmund B., insurance agt., 219-223 Main, h. 623 Newland ave.

Smith, Edmund S., shipping clerk, 25 Shearman place, r. 424 East 6th.

Smith, Edna V., r. 210 West 4th.

Smith, Elizabeth, bds. 127 Allen.

Smith, Elmer E., (Grace), polisher, h. over 36 Winsor.

Smith, E m m a, bookkeeper, bds. 625 Prendergast ave.

Smith, E m m a, bookkeeper, r. 811 Spring.

Smith, E. J., widow Moses, bds. 16 West 5th.

Smith, Ernest, draughtsman, rms. 313 West 3rd.

Smith, Ernest W., laborer, r. 301 Crescent.

Smith, Esther, spinner, r. 440 Allen.

Smith, Etta, widow Eugene F., dressmaker, h. over 132 Fairmount ave.

Smith, Florence, spinner, r. 440 Allen.

Smith, Floyd H., (Emily M.), printer, r. 116 Harrison.

Smith, Frances L., stenographer, 51-52 Fenton bldg., r. 311 Barrett.

Smith, Frank, (Margaret), carpenter, h. 608 Barrett.

Smith, Frank A., student, r. 711 East 2d.

Smith, Frank B., (Abbie J.), carpenter, h. 24 Dickerson.

Smith, Frank E., employed 17-19 Steele, r. 632 Main.

Smith, Fred, weaver, bds. 220 Allen.

Smith, Fred, Jr., weaver, r. 55 Hazzard.

Smith, Fred, Sr., (Elizabeth), loomfixer, h. 55 Hazzard.

Smith, Fred B., (Izora M.), cafe, 23 Forest ave., h. 42 Marvin.

Smith, George, (Anna), trimmer, City Electric Light plant, 132 Steele, h. 400 Hazzard.

Smith, George, (Harriet), warp dresser, h. 440 Allen.

Smith, George B., (Bessie), city editor, 19 Steele, h. 506 Prendergast ave.

Smith, George C, r. 121 Fairmount ave.

Smith, George J., upholsterer, r. 340 Steele.

Smith, George L., (Magdalene), upholsterer, h. 340 Steele.

Smith, Georgia M., r. 152 Allen.


^ " " l o ^ a a ^ b t y your C l o t h i n g at P R O U D F I T ' S 376 JAMESTOWN DIRECTORY.

Smith, Gerald E., turner, r. 305% Warren.

Smith, Gustaf E., (Elizabeth), laborer, h. 43 Royal ave.

Smith, Harriet C, r. 306 Main.

Smith, Harry, mechanic, r. 340 Steele.

Smith, Hazel J., r. 305% Warren.

Smith, Henry, (Amelia),finisher,h. over 298 East 2d.

Smith, Henry K., employed 56 Center, r. 500 East 6th.

Smith, Herman F., (Mary), clerk, 67 West 10th, h. 1027 Main.

Smith, Herman K., laborer, r. 35 Barrows.

Smith, Howard A.—Smith & Johnson, over 14 East 3rd—h. Ill East 2d.

Smith, Ida, widow Leroy, nurse, r. 17 Hazzard.

Smith, Ida, Mrs., r. 218 Crescent.

Smith, James, weaver, r. 440 Allen.

Smith, James A., (Susan), laborer, h. 70 North Hallock.

Smith, James E., (Harriett A.), rug maker, h. 1 Hotchkiss.

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