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Taft, Herman, student, r. 138 Fulton.

Taggart, Claud, draftsman, bds. 217 East 3d.

Tait, Jessie, housekeeper, 615 Falconer, r. do.

Tamsyk, Frank, machinist, 58 Center, r. 59 Foote ave.

Tanner, Sophie, Mrs., shirt maker, r. 615 Main.

Tappan, Albert L., (Jennie N.), h. 14 Scott.

Tappan, Hiram, (Emma), laborer, h. 211 Washington.

Tapper, Chas., cabinet maker, bds. 11 Partridge.

CLARK HARDWARE CO. Stoves and Housefurnishings.

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

JAMESTOWN DIRECTORY. 399 Tarbell, Fowler, laborer, r. 13 Ross.

Tarbox, James B., (Julia E.), metal worker, h. 200 Chandler.

Tarr, Bertha, textile worker, bds. 408 Hazeltine ave.

Taylor, Cranston D., wool sorter, h. over 127 Allen.

Taylor, Henry A., (Mary C ), head sawyer, h. 434 Maple.

Taylor, Jeanette, widow Samuel, housekeeper, 619 Falconer.

Taylor, John B., (Hilda C ), drayman, h. 510 Baker.

laylor, Margaret R., r. over 127 Allen.

Taylor, Mary, widow Charles, r. 203 West 8th.

Taylor, Mary M., widow George, laundress,Ji. 201 East 1st.

Taylor, Mervin J., (Jane), drayman, h. 10 Summit.

Taylor, Orton S., (Grace E.), heading maker, h. over 144 Allen.

Taylor, Ralph W., collector, J. C. & L. E. Ry., r. 9 North Hallock.

Taylor, Robert, draughtsman, bds. 511 Main.

Taylor, Roland M., (Isabella)—Wm. Hjorth & Co., Taylor—h. 409 E. 5th.

Taylor, Shirley S., (Anna)—Jamestown Iron W k s. Co., 11 Shearman place— h. 316 East 6th.

Taylor, Walter A., pastor, Unitarian church, rooms 418 Spring.

Teadstrom, Gustaf, machinist, bds. 14 Bishop.

Tedswell, Uriah, (Mary E.), operative, h. 6% Center.

Teese, Frank L., electrician, bds. 120-122 East 2d.

Tefft, Erastus, (Mary E.), lumberman, h. 30 Foote ave.

Tefft, Ruth A., student, r. 30 Foote ave.

Tefft, William E., student, r. 30 Foote ave.

Tell, Axel, blacksmith, bds. 118 Catlin ave.

Telt, Carl G., commercial traveler, bds. over 151 Foote ave.

Templeton, Herman J, (Nora), oil operator, h. 157 Allen.

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Templeton, Josephine M., widow Phillip A., h. 83 Hazzard.

Terhune, Guy, (Barbara), mgr. Jamestown Beef Co., 33 Institute, h. 40 Prospect.

Ternstrom, William, (Christine),finisher,h. 29 Ellicott.

Terry, Belle I., r. over 105 East 2d.

Terry, Charles T., (Rhoda L.), conductor, h. 12 Williams.

Terry, Emily, widow Samuel, r. 405 West 6th.

Terry, Florence E., stenographer, rm. 35 N e w Fenton bldg., r. 405 West 6th.

Terry, Grace, clerk, 16-18 West 3d, r. over 105 East 2d.

Terry, LeRoy C, clerk, 325 Chandler, r. 105 East 2d.

Terry, Lizzie M., widow Chester F., h. over 105 East 2d.

Terry, Lois, r. 12 Williams.

Terwilliger, Minnie, r. 101 Cook ave.

Terwilliger, Wesley, (Annie M.), cabinet maker, h. 101 Cook ave.

Teudesmann, Frank H., (Minnie), metal worker, h. 7 Hunt road.

Tew, George W., (Lucia W. ), retired, h. 53 Gifford bldg., Brooklyn square.

Tew, Harvey W., (Susan G.), h. 418 Spring.

Tew, Margarett, student, r. 418 Spring.

L. F. SHEDD SELLS LEHIGH COAL.

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 400 JAMESTOWN DIRECTORY.

Tew, Susan D., teacher, r. 418 Spring.

Tew, Willis, retired, h. 204 West 5th.

Tewey, Charles, textile worker, r. 426 Warren.

Tewey, George, textile worker, r. 426 Warren.

Thacher, Olive S., Mrs., r. 10 Arnold.

Thatcher, Ethie P., milliner, 100 East 3d, h. 6 Cross.

Thatcher, Orestes J, (Mary E.), retired, h. 6 Cross.

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Thayer, Alanson, (Lucy A.), painter and grainer, h. 634 Falconer.

Thayer, Allen A., ( E m m a G.), clerk 109 West 3rd, r. 15 Bassett.

Thayer, Bert M., (Bernice), driver, Martyn Hose Co., h. 510 West 5th.

Thayer, Catherine, widow Morton, h. 344 East 4th.

Thayer, Elvm, (Florence), salesman, h. 223 East 1st.

Thayer, E m m a, widow Allen, r. 15 Bassett.

Thayer, Era C, r. 28 Kingsbury ave.

Thayer, F. Earl, r. 28 Kingsbury ave.

Thayer, Jennie P., Mrs., h. 28 Kingsbury ave.

Thayer, Manley, farmer, bds. 213 West 2d.

Thayer. Ralph W., (Gladys A.), jeweler, 111 West 3d, h. over 107 East 2d.

Thelander, Gust E., (Anna M.),finisher,h. 9 Bishop.

Thesey, John, (Emma),florist,h. Ashville ave., beyond city limits.

Thiede, Paul, carver, bds. 18 Steele.

Thierfeldt, Lewis E., (Ida C ), electrician, h. 75 Kinney.

Thirteenth Separate Company, N. G. N. Y., Fred H. Wilson, captain, armory, 36-44 South Main.

Thom, Charles L., (Hettie C ), commercial traveler, h. 28 Fairview ave.

Thomas, Charles H., (Anna), gardener, h. 507 Palmer.

Thomas, Clara B., r. 345 Foote ave.

Thomas, Edward B., ( E m m a C ), agent Wells-Fargo Express Co., 115 Main, h.

10 East 5th.

Thomas, Frank A., (Kate L.), engineer, 13 Sep. Co. armory, 36-44 South Main, h. 334 Foote ave.

Thomas, Fred W., paperhanger, r. Ill Bowen.

Thomas, George W., (Ella J.), steam dye works, 109 So. Main, h. 345 Foote avenue.

T nomas, Herbert, plumber, r. 820 East 2d.

Thomas, Howard S., insurance agt., bds. 511 Main.

Thomas, John, (Abigail), farmer, h. 243 Hallock.

Thomas, Mary, widow Fred, h. Ill Bowen.





Thomas, Mary H., widow Frank A., h. over 164 Chandler.

Thomas, Mrs. h. over 133 Lake View ave.

Thomas, Nathaniel E., (Lizzie M.), printer, 56 Prospect, h. 109 Allen.

Thomas, Samuel, (Eliza), h. over 820 East 2d.

Thomas, Scott C, piano tuner, r. Ill Bowen.

Thomas, Walter, stone cutter, r. 820 East 2d.

Thomas, Walton D., (Genevieve), trainer, h. Ill Bowen.

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JAMESTOWN DIRECTORY. 401 Thompson, Andrew C, paperhanger, h. under 564 East 2d.

Thompson, Charlie H., teamster, r. 292 Harrison.

Thompson, David M., (Sarah), stationary engineer, h. 15 Myrtle.

Thompson, Edwin G., (Maud), wood carver, h. 9 South Thayer.

Thompson, Filena S., widow Frank, dressmaker, rms. 86-87 Allen Sq. bldg.

Thompson, George M., (Harriett J.), motorman, J. S. Ry., h. 614 Spring.

Thompson, H. Marvin, (Julia), milkman, h. 610 Camp, R. F. D. 82.

Thompson, Ida M., Mrs., h. 292 Harrison.

Thompson, Jane, Mrs. weaver, r. 18 Steele.

Thompson, John C, (Almira), stone mason, h. under 625 Prendergast ave.

Thompson, Joseph, freight inspector, bds. 117 Allen.

Thompson, Laura, widow Jasper, h. 17 East 1st.

Thompson, L. Howard, bookkeeper, 203 Main, rms. 109 East 2d.

Thompson, Louisa, widow Christopher, r. under 564 East 2d.

Thompson, Margaret, dressmaker, r. 833 Main.

Thompson, May, milliner, r. 833 Main.

Thompson, Minnie B., Mrs., seamstress r. 4 Barrows.

Thompson, Samuel W., (Emily), commercial traveler, h. 14 East 5th.

Thompson, Seth W., (Emma), retired, h. 609 Lake View ave.

Thompson, Sylvia, dressmaker, r. under 625 Prendergast ave.

Thompson, Thomas B., (Dorothy), draughtsman, h. 306 Clinton.

Thompson, V. R., Mrs., bds. 14 South Main.

Thompson, Wilbur A., (Lillian A.),floorwalker,203 Main, h. Ashville ave., beyond city limits.

Thompson, William L., bell boy, r. 626 Spring.

Thorburt, Edgar, apprentice, bds. 220 Allen.

Thore, Axel H., (Annie),fish& oysters, 302 East 2d, h. do.

Thore, Hilda, cook, 13-23 South Main.

Thoren, G. Richard, (Lydia), electro plater, h. 37 Broadhead ave.

Thorin, Carl, ( E m m a C ),finisher,h. 612 Winsor.

Thorin, Herman, sander, r. 612 Winsor.

Thorman, Charles, (Mina E.), wood turner, h. 14 Whitley ave.

Thorman, John, (Emma), machine hand, h. 710 Main.

Thorman, Lillian, r. 112 Francis.

Thornblad, Albert, (Anna),finisher,h. 28 Union ave.

Thornton, Joseph, (Delia), machinist, h. 174 Livingstone ave.

Thorr, Charles, retired, r. 149 J. & G. ave.

Thrall, Cyril, student, r. 157 Foote ave.

Thrall, Lucia A., Mrs., clerk, 26 Main, r. 151 Foote ave.

Throop, Henry W., (Maud E.)—DeLaney & Throop, 16 Main—h. 246 Fulton.

Thum, Alberta, seamstress, r. 100 Crosby.

Thunstrom, Adel S., student, r. 18 West 2d.

Thunstrom, Conrad, (Sophia), editor Vart Land, over 12 West 2d, h. 18 do.

Thunstrom, Lewis, r. 18 West 2d.

Thurnquist, Erhard T., (Emma), machine hand, h. 270 Broadhead ave.

COAL, WOOD, CEMENT. L. F. SHEDD.

BesureyouVearlghntJhen ^ ^ Qlpthing at PROUDFIT'S 402 JAMESTOWN DIRECTORY.

Thurnquist, John, (Alida), axemaker, h. 270 Broadhead ave.

Thurnquist, Sagrid, spinner, r. 270 Broadhead ave.

Tibbets, Clifford M., (Italia), bookkeeper, h. 206 Lake View ave.

Tibbets, George, (Ida), teamster, h. 112 Palmer.

Tibbets, Howard, laborer, r. 112 Palmer.

Tibbets, Jane, widow Martin, r. 314 West 2d.

Tiffany, A. Clarence, clerk, 214 Main, r. 207 Jefferson.

Tiffany, Alonzo J, (Azora V.), plasterer, h. 9 Remold ave.

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Tiffany, Bert G., (Josephine A.), mgr. Furniture Commercial Agency Co., over 7 East 3rd, h. 233 Fulton.

Tiffany, Chapin, (Mary), h. 206 Spring.

Tiffany, Ernest W., (Bertha), architect, r. 9 Reinold ave.

Tiffany, Fred D., (Gertrude), electrician, h. 207 Jefferson.

Tiffany, Helen I, widow George H., h. 207 Jefferson.

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Tiffany, Horton, (Ella S.), h. 685 Baker.

Tiffany, Louie M., r. 206 Spring.

Tiffany Printing Co.—Rose M. Corcilius, Jennie E. Darling—over 16 East 3d.

Tillotson, James, Jr., furniture designer, rms. over 213 Main.

Tilt, Charles G., salesman, 716-718 East 2d, bds. over 151 Foote ave.

Timbling, Anna T., r. 308 Pine.

Timbling, Sarah J., widow William, r. 308 Pine.

Tinker, Merrill C, (Mary M.), clerk, postoffice, h. 407 Lafayette.

Tinkham Bros.—Frank M. and Fred B.—wholesale cigars and tobacco, 26-28 South Main.

Tinkham, Frank M., (Belle)—Tinkham Bros., 26-28 South Main—h. 171 Forest ave.

Tinkham, Fred B., (Florence)—Tinkham Bros., 26-28 South Main—h. 12 Lake View avenue.

Tobias, Austin H., (Gertrude), barber, 55 Winsor, h. 57 do.

Todd, Charles W., (Mary A.), farmer, h. Buffalo.

Todd, Evlyn A., (Helen)—M. J. Murray & Co., 122 West 3d—h. 319 Lincoln.

Todd, Frederick P., (Mary)—real estate and loans, 9 Gokey blk.—h. 408 East 6th.

Todd, Mary E., nurse, h. 218 Crossman.

Todd, Minnie, r. 404 Lafayette.

Toleman, C. B., r. 625 Prendergast ave.

Toles, Harry, (Mary), laborer, h. 700 East 2d.

Tolle, Richard P., (Annabel), manager, 204 Main, h. 214 Lincoln.

Tolson, Albert, (Sarah J.), h. 65 Center.

Tolson, Herbert, clerk, r. 65 Center.

Tolson, Jesse, woodworker, h. 65 Center.

Tonge, Laura, widow James D., furnished rooms, 219 West 2d, h. do.

Tooth, Edward F., laborer, r. 48 Flagg ave.

Tooth, Margaret A., widow Samuel, r. 48 Flagg ave.

Tooth, Samuel, laborer, r. 48 Flagg ave.

CLARK HARDWARE CO. Fine Cutlery and Tools.

T h e 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. 403 Toothill, Ernest J., r. 620 East 6th.

Toothill, Richard E., (Anna), designer, h. 620 East 6th.

Toothill, Viola A., r. 620 East 6th.

Toper, Joseph, (Elizabeth), bds. 122 Harrison.

Tordoff, Scofieid, (Polly), spinning boss, h. 113 Weeks.

Torrance, William A., (Jennie C.), principal grammar schools, h. 139 East 9th.

Torrens, James B., (Katherine E.), commercial traveler, n. 813 Jefferson.

Torrey, Bert, (Maud),fireman,r. 31 Hazzard..

Torrey, May, millhand, r. 175 J. & G. ave Torrey, William James, (Ella), electrician and engineer, h. 44 Park.

Toscan, James E., (Emma), boot and shoe repairing, 7 East 2d, h. 610 do.

Touall, Edwin, woodworker, bds. 21 Alpaca.

Tousley, Charles P., cigars and tobacco, 15 West 3rd, h. Celoron.

Tousley, John H., (Mary C ), retired, h. 306 Spring.

Tousley, Ruth C, teacher, r. 306 Spring.

Tower, Sheral A., express messenger, rms. 213-215 East 2d.

Towle,Adelle M., widow Dr. Joshua J, h. 101 Crosby.

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Towle, Mary A., stenographer, r. 101 Crosby.

Towle, William E., engraver, 14-16 West 2d, r. 101 Crosby.

Towne, Alta M., student, r. 300 Lincoln.

Towne, Charlotte, widow Rufus, h. 35 Prospect ave.

Towne, Mary L., duffer, bds. 210 Lincoln.

Towne, Morris E., (Effie E.), commercial traveler, h. 300 Lincoln.

Towne, William S., (Alma C ), teamster, h. 902 Lafayette.

Townsend's Carpet Cleaning Works, John G. Townsend, prop., 3 1 % Linden ave.

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CLEAN COAL L. F. SHEDD. Both Phones.

KNOX HATS AND HAWES HATS A R E THE BEST HATS.

404 JAMESTOWN DIRECTORY.

Trainor, Charles, woodworker, r. 104 Weeks.

Trainor, Francis, cigarmaker, r. 104 Weeks.

Trainor, George, (Jennie), warpdresser, h. 378% Foote ave.

Trainor, James, (Bridgett), laborer, h. 104 Weeks.

Trainor, John J., spinner, r. 9 Peach.

Trainor, John J., (Mary), warpdresser, h. 378 Foote ave.

Trainor, Joseph, (Johanna M.)—McGinity, Johnson & Co., 210 East 2d—h. 310 Falconer.

Trainor, Patrick, (Catherine), operative, r. 104 Weeks.

Trainor, Thomas, operative, r. 104 Weeks.

Trampleasure, Calvin R., draughtsman, r. 649 Prendergast ave.

Trampleasure, Henry T., (Lizzie), wool sorter, h. 649 Prendergast.

Trampleasure, Lillian G., stenographer, 63-68 N e w Fenton bldg., r. 649 Prendergast ave.

Trantum, Arthur L., (Jane C.)—Trantum & Tozer, 29 Main, h. 410 Winsor.

Trantum, Fred W., (Augusta)—Trantum Grain and Feed Co., office 29 Main, r. 617 East 2d.

Trantum Grain and Feed Co. (The)—A. L. and F. W. Trantum—office 29 Main.

Trantum, Guy M., (Grace), clerk, 38 Main, h. 441 Winsor.

Trantum, Sarah, widow George, r. 441 Winsor.

Trantum & Tozer—Arthur L. Trantum, William Tozer—pawn brokers & second hand goods—29 Main.

Trask, Agnes M., h. 1037 East 2d.

Trask, Eugene, teamster, bds. 313% Warren.

Trask, Laura, weaver, r. 313% Warren.

Trask, Levi E., teamster, bds. 313% Warren.

Traver, Claire E., h. 648 East 6th.

Traver, Emerson M., (Myrtle), plasterer, h. 648 East 6th.

Traver, Glenn R., r. 648 East 6th.



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