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«DATE DUE James Prendergast Library Association 509 Cherry Street Jamestown, N e w York 14701 M e m b e r Of Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Library System THE ...»

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Bailey, Clayton E., (Elizabeth H.)—The Bailey-Jones Co., 105 Winsor—r. 107 Warren.

Bailey, Edward C, (Elizabeth L.)—The Bailey-Jones Co., 105 Winsor—r.

322 East 4th.

Bailey, Edward Putnam—Jamestown Electric Co., 109 East 3rd—r. 322 E. 4th.

Bailey, Frances E., r. 322 East 4th.

Bailey, Joe, foreman 35 Water, bds. 21 Water.

Bailey, John P., drawer, bds. 117 English.

Bailey-Jones Co., (The)—E. C. Bailey, Clayton E. Bailey and B. M. Bailey— mfrs. parlor and library tables, 105 Winsor.

Bailey, Robert C, clerk, 325 Chandler, r. 654 East 6th.

Bailey, Robert G., (Sarah), clerk, 325 Chandler, r. 654 East 6th.

Bailey, Ttuth S., student, r. 654 East 6th.

Bailey, Samuel J., (Alice L.), postal clerk, h. 231 Crescent.

Bailey, Thomas H., (Eleanor L.), foreman twisting dept., r. 117 English.

Bailey, William S., (Sagrid)—Chautauqua School of Nursing—h. 135 South Main.

Baird, Agnes, bookkeeper, Falconer, r. Buffalo and Davis.

Baird, Charles S., (Frances L.), plumber, r. 19 Hammond.

Baird, Matilda, widow Nels, r. Buffalo, corner Davis.

Bairstow, John, machinist, h. 155 Barrows.

Bairstow, Timothy, (Martha), machinist, r. 436 Allen.

Baker, Albert E., (Ada E.), polisher, r. 208 Jefferson.

Baker block, 29-31 Main.

Baker, Bert H., upholsterer, bds. 15 Elk Ext.

Baker, Bloomfield C, (Grace), shoemaker, r. 2 9 % Rathbone.

CLARK HARDWARE CO. Stoves and Furnaces.

The Best Goods at the Lowest Prices-THE A. D. S H A R P E C O.

JAMESTOWN DIRECTORY. 117 Baker, Charles H., (Emma), fireman, J. S. Ry., bds. 118 Steele.

Baker, Charles L., (Rachael N.), h. 203 W. 2nd.

Baker, Clayton W., (Ella J.), builder cement houses, h. 394 Hallock.

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Baker, Edith A., aristo worker, r. 402 Hallock.

Baker, George A., (Ella D.), secretary Jamestown Panel & Veneer Co., 50 Steele, h. 620 Jefferson.

Baker, Katherine H., widow Chas. S., h. 58 Allen.

Baker, Lewis H., (Ada H.), employed 56 Prospect, r. 103 Broadhead ave.

Baker, Lowry T„ (Martha), agt. G. U. Tea Co., h. 801 Ashville.

Baker, Lucy F., teacher, r. 58 Allen.

Baker, Mary W., widow Richard H., r. 503 East 2d.

Baker, Orris, (Flora B.), laborer, r. 24 Scott.

Baker, Sarah H., widow Charles, r. 506 Foote ave.

Baker, Scott, (Blanche), bookkeeper, Star Furniture Co., r. 508 East 7th.

Baker, Stephen A., (Emma J.), r. 402 Hallock.

Baker, Vernie M., r 402 Hallock.

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Baker, Wilford C, express clerk, r. 203 W. 2nd.

Baker, William A., (Martha), coachman, r. 118 Water.

Baker, William F., (Anna), railroadflagman,r. 236 Steele.

Balcom, Edward L., (Sadie), bench boss, r. 17 Ross.

Balcom, Mildred, rubber worker, r. 17 Ross.

Baldwin, Celia, Mrs., h. (D) 27 Forest ave.

Baldwin, C. Ernest, (Dora L.), jeweler, r. 52 West 10th.

Baldwin, Henry I, (Fanny), carpenter, r. 109 Marvin.

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Baldwin, S. Arthur, (Elizabeth T.), patent attorney, room 10, over 219 Main, r. 608 Prendergast ave.

Baldwin, William, engineer, r. 109 Marvin.

Ball, Archie A., (Nina A.), driver, h. 801 Ashville.

Ball, Alta, waitress, r. 143-151 Fairmount ave.

Ball, Carver, (Lilla), engineer, r. 114 Hamilton.

Ball, Floyd S., (Rose), woodworker, r. 145 Allen.

Ball, Frank G., (Margaret T.), engineer, r 20 Langford.

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Ball, Fred, employed 101 Harrison, bds. 947 East 2d.

Ball, George N., (Bessie), electrician, J. S. Ry., h. 403 Monroe.

Ball, John W., (Rachel), motorneer, J. S. Ry., h. 403 Monroe.

Ballard, Ella, widow Wilber, charwoman, r. over 1115 East 2d.

Ballou, Grant C, (Reba), watchman, h. 274 Prospect.

L. F. SHEDD SELLS LEHIGH COAL.

THE GOLDEN SEAL PAYS WHEN YOU ARE INJURED.

118 JAMESTOWN DIRECTORY.

Bank of Jamestown—B. D. Phillips, Prest, Wright D. Broadhead, cashier— 216 Main.

Barber, Almeda, widow Dorrance, r. 213 West 2d.

Barbour, James, (Marion), insurance solicitor, 3-4-5 Gokey blk., r. 625 Prendergast ave.

Bard, Jay A., (Altha), barber, h. 309 Winsor.

Bargain Store—William P. Gifford, prop—ladies' furnishings, 307 Main.

Bargar, Crawford N.—Bargar Bros., 627 Prendergast ave.—r. 615 do.

Bargar, Daniel T.—Bargar Bros., 627 Prendergast ave.—r. 615 do.

Bargar, Elias C, (Alice E.), retired, h. 615 Prendergast ave.

Bargar, Mary A., student, r. 615 Prendergast ave.

Bargar Bros.—Crawford N. and Daniel T.—grocers, 627 Prendergast ave.

Barhight, Louis, (Anna), laborer, h. 11 Bowen.

Barker, Bertha, dressmaker, 551 East 2d, r. do.

Barker, Edwin W., real estate, r. 551 East 2nd.

Barker, Mary E., clerk, 203 Main r. over 4 East 4th.

Barkman, August, (Jennie C ), clerk, 792 East 2d, r. 24 Thayer.

Barkman, Edward F., (Bertha), barber, 18 Willard, r. room 12 Warner block.

Barkman, Ethel C, spinner, r. 16 Thayer.

Barkman, John A., (Lena), r. 16 Thayer.

Barkman, Lydia, cash girl, 203 Main, r. 16 Thayer.

Barlow, Byron A., (Roxana E.), att'y at law, over 209 Main, r. 226 Foote ave.

Barlow, Edith, music teacher, r. 226 Foote ave.

Barlow, John, (Eliza), farmer, r. 185 Summit.





Barlow, John H., (Carrie N.), R. F. D. carrier, h. 14 Charlotte ave.

Barnard, Cora B., r. 207 Foote ave.

Barnes, Frank M., (Grace A.), teamster, r. 74 Marvin.

Barnes, George W., (Margaret), painter, r. 809 Lafayette.

Barnes, Louis W., (Grace), h. 846 Lafayette.

Barnett, Annetta, widow James H., h. 407 Barrett.

Barney, Archie H., (Lena M.), publisher, h. over 36 Harrison.

Barnhard, Alfred, (Hilda), laborer, h. 109 Colfax.

Barnhard, Charles, (Hilda), plumber, h. 110 Sampson.

Barnhard, "William, (Hilda), laborer, h. 114 Sampson.

Barrett, Edward W., ticket broker, 107 Main, bds. 9-13 West 1st.

Barrett, Ernest, (Annie), warp dresser, h. 14 South Walnut.

Barrett, Hannah, weaver, r. 3 Appleyard place.

Barrett, Michael L., ticket broker, 107 Main, h. 112 Kent.

Barrett, Thomas, (Hannah), warpdresser, h. 3 Appleyard place.

Barrows, Bertha, widow Ray, dressmaker, bds. 623 Palmer.

Barrows, B. Catharine, student, r. 132 Allen.

Barrows, Elma, teacher, r. 205 Lake View ave.

Barrows, Grace A., student,r. 132 Allen.

Barrows, G. R., woodworker, r. 35 Tilden.

Barrows, Halbert A., (Mary J.), real estate, h. 132 Allen.

Barrows, Mahlon, (Alice S.), teamster, h. 35 Tilden ave.

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JAMESTOWN DIRECTORY. 119 Barrows, Ransom J., (Minerva), com. navigation, rooms 17 Ellicott bldg., 100-106 East 3rd, r. 205 Lake View ave.

Barrows, Ransom, J., Jr., sec'y and treas, Philo Burt Co., rms. 17 Ellicott bldg., over 100-106 East 3d, r. 205 Lake View ave.

Barry, Mary, dressmaker, r. 10 Weeks.

Barry, Michael D., (Mary), tailor, h. 10 Weeks.

Barry, Susan, widow Patrick, r. 76 Jones.

Bartenders' Local Union, over 26-28 Main.

Barth, Fred, upholsterer, bds. 11 Bassett.

Barth, Harvey, carver, 131 Winsor, bds. 10 Seymour ave.

Barth, John P., painter, bds. 11 Bassett.

Barth, Lena, shoemaker, r. 11 Bassett.

Barth, Leonard, (Maude I.), musician, h. 310 Monroe.

Barth, R. Curtis, (Lucille S.), musical director, First M. E. church, h. 20 Foote ave.

Barth, Theabold H., (Emma), retired, h. 9 Ross.

Barth's 13th Sep. Co. Band, Prof. A. C. Bratt, director.

Bartlett, John C, (Carol), advertising, 102 East 3rd, r. over 107 East 2nd.

Bartlett, Nancy P., widow John O., milliner, 102 East 3rd, h. over 107 East 2d.

Barton, M. Elizabeth, r. 519 West 3rd.

Barton, Samuel T., physician, 519 West 3rd, h. do.

Bassett, Abbie L., widow George A., h. 511 Lake View ave.

Bassett, George, teamster, bds. 141 Chandler.

Bassett, George H., gardner, r. 511 Lake View ave.

Bassett, Henry A., (Eugenie L.), machinist, r. 511 Lake View ave.

Batchelder, Merritt, (Mildred), boatbuilder, 806 West 8th, h. 15 East 8th.

Batcheller, Eva B., teacher, bds. 414 Jefferson.

Batcheller, Levant B., (Alice H.)—Winnberg & Batcheller, 113 Main—b. 416 Jefferson.

Batcheller, Mary E., widow S., h. 414 Jefferson.

Bateman, Louis E., (Carrie), plumber, h. 114 Cheney.

Bates, Charles W., (Mary L.), insurance agent, h. 408 Washington.

Bates, Harold W., (Georgia), clerk Erie Frt. house, 325 Chandler, h. over 32 Maple.

Bates,.Harry, (R. Burdessie), conductor J. S. Ry., h. 406 West 2d.

Bates, Royal M., student, r. 408 Washington.

Bates, Walter H., (Ada L.), cheese maker, h. 9 Webster.

Battaglea, Thomas, clerk, 107 South Main, r. do.

Bauer, Edward, (Margaret), metal worker, h. 1042 Main.

Bauer, Ferdinand, meat market, 128 Fairmount ave., h. 2 Metallic.

Bauer, Frank, deliveryman, r. 2 Metallic.

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Bauer, Henry A., (Johanna H.), clerk, 22 East 3rd, h. 618 Spring.

Bauer Hotel, Fred Bauer, prop., 22 East 3rd.

Bauer, John, cabinet maker, h. 628 Prendergast ave.

Bauer, John F., (Lillian S.), metal worker, h. over 313 Ashville ave.

Bauer, Louise B., r. 628 Prendergast ave.

Bauer, Lucy B., bookkeeper, 95 J. & G. ave., r. 628 Prendergast ave.

Bauer, Margaret, bobbin setter, r. 2 Metallic.

Bauer, Philomena, clerk, 128 Fairmount, r. 2 Metallic.

Bauer, William C, metal worker, r. 628 Prendergast ave.

Baxter, James A., (Rebecca J.), contractor, h. 20 Harrison.

Baxter, Nathan H., retired, r. 162 Marvin.

Baxter, Nicholson, (Beatrice), twister, h. under 157 Barrows.

Beach, Henry L., (Ruana A.), woodworker, h. 218 Steele.

Beach, Robert K., (Clara F.), business mgr. Morning Post, 17 Steele, h.

713 Washington.

Beal, Charles F., woodworker, r. 401 Stowe.

Beal, Ira, woodworker, r. 401 Stowe.

Beal, Jennie A., widow William, h. 401 Stowe.

Beal, M. Katherine, clerk, 707 North Main, r. 401 Stowe.

Beal, S. Clarence, woodworker, r. 401 Stowe.

Beals, Burr L., (Maud), r. 104 Williams.

Bealer, Aimee, student, r. 601 Washington.

Bealer, J. Fred, (Maude M. ) — W m. Bealer & Son, 9 East 3rd—h. over 213 West 3rd.

Bealer, William, (Alma E.)—William Bealer & Son, 9 East 3rd—h. 601 Washington.

Bealer, William & Son—William and J. Fred—boots and shoes, 9 East 3rd.

Beardsley, AI., (Annie S.), woodworker, h. 426 Warren.

Beardsley, Arthur, laborer, r. over 516 Crescent.

Beardsley, Fred M., (Percey), woodworker, h. over 13 East 2d.

Beardsley, Gertrude, textile worker, r. over 516 Crescent.

Beardsley, Louis A., laborer, r. over 516 Crescent.

Beardsley, Mable, textile worker, r. over 516 Crescent.

Beardsley, Tillie, stenographer, over 301 Main, r. 43 West 10th.

Beatty, Bernard B., shipping clerk, J. & G. ave., r. 401 West 6th.

Beatty, Clrfton J., machinist, r. 401 West 6th.

CLARK HARDWARE CO. Hardware and Mill Supplies.

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

JAMESTOWN DIRECTORY. 121 Beatty, Ethel S., dressmaker, r. over 217 Main.

Beatty, Jennie R., widow Austin F., dressmaker, h. 401 West 6th.

Beaucamp, William, weaver, bds. 315 Warren.

Beaustrom, Alma, mender, r. 107 Willard.

Beaustrom, Bernard E., wood carver, r. 107 Willard.

Beaustrom, Irene S. W., duffer, r. 107 Willard.

Beaustrom, John J, (Ida), clerk, 104-106 Main, h. 143 East 9th.

.

Beaustrom, Louise M., widow Nels, h. 107 Willard.

Beaver, Felix, (Kate), metal worker, h. 138 Steele.

Beaver, Lizzie, clerk, 211 West 3rd, r. 138 Steele.

Beaver, Nellie, dressmaker, 20 Forest ave., h. do.

Bebb, Anna M., stenographer, 20 Winsor, r. 225 Crescent.

Bebb, George, (Elizabeth), carder, h. 225 Crescent.

Beck, Annie J., r. 17 West 7th.

Beck, Caroline, widow Charles, h. over 17 West 7th.

Beck, Charles M., (Clara L.), wallpaper, 305 Main, h. 56 Broadhead ave.

Becker, Frank, (Emma), engineer, h. 66 Dickerson.

Beckman, August, (Ida), woodworker, h. 17 Columbia ave.

Beckman, Douw S., clerk, 223 Main, rms. City bldg.

Beckman, HenVy G., (Jennie C ),finisher,h. Hotchkiss, (no number).

Beckrink, Abraham, (Minnie), market gardener, h. 613 Buffalo.

Becksel, Andrew, (Lottie),finisher,h. 9 Barrows.

Becksel Bros.—Elmer Becksel, Leonard Becksel—grocery, 9 Barrows.

Becksel, Elmer—Becksel Bros., grocers, 9 Barrows—r. 9 do.

Becksel, Leonard—Becksel Bros., grocers, 9 Barrows—r. do.

Beckstrand, Albert, engineer, h. 29 Benson.

Beckstrand, E m m a A., widow John D., r. 29 Benson.

Beckstrand, Ernest J., warp dresser, r. 474 Willard.

Beckstrom, Conrad, (Carrie), lumber handler, h. over 60 Tower.

Beckstrom, John, (Wilhelmina), metal worker, h. over 25 Sturges.

Beckvall, Alof, (Marie), carpenter, h. 34 Crown.

Bedell, Isaac T., (Elizabeth), saloon keeper, 116 East 2d, h. over 206 East 2d.

Beebe, Mrs. Anna, bds. 149 J. & G. ave.

Beebe, Charles, (Lou), laborer, h. 27 Whitley.

Beebe, John W. B., (Matilda), mechanic, h. 43 Frink ave.

Beeman, AToin J., (May J.), upholsterer, h. 235 Park Place.

Beeman, Anna E. C, widow William, agent, h. 7 Beulah Place.

Bell, Charles, (Mearle), clerk, 306 Main, h. 402 East 4th.

Bell, Fred E., upholsterer, bds. 315 Warren.

Bell, James, foreman, bds. over 138 Institute.

Bell, John E., (Emma), foreman, h. 516 East 5th.

Bellizio, Francis O., beveler, r. 109 Rathbone.

Bellizio, Frank, (Marie R.), musician, h. 109 Rathbone.

Bellizio, James E., agent, r. 109 Rathbone.

Bemis, M. A., widow Edwin B., r. 10 Arnold.

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

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 122 JAMESTOWN DIRECTORY.

Bemus, Emmett H., (Gertrude K.), employed Oriental Mining Co., Arizona, h.

510 Spring.

Bemus, Henry, (Inez), polisher, h. 549 West 3rd.

Bemus, Iva, r. 20 Ashville.

Bemus, Morris N., (Lucy B.), physician and surgeon, over 202 Main h. 4 Lake View ave.

Bemus, Sarah, widow William, h. 100 East 5th.

Bemus, Selden B., student, h. 517 Main.



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