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CO;, 1509 




l 1 LOCUST STREET. 



GHO. 

W. ■ A] BRE'VEp, J|r., Pres't. 

Hot'4 LAR(i isSt the BEST. 

|s$e|s © {if jooi),ooo.oo 



hree pe 



J. H. i/ierrillI 

President. I I 



est 



cenjt of which are in- 
lds and mortgages, 
ife. All policies in- 
All poll- 
er paying in- 
. £} bonHs.' Less ex- 
ssnient qertificates. 



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two years. 
' f Hetl< 



vested in 'loans,<jp b 
first Her s on re; 
contestible afte 
ciesnon-forfeiu; 
vestments than |l 
pensiveithan m$ 

iyi. jT. V- Bowman, 

! MANAGI;* FOR IOWA, 
(o\va Nationaf Bank , ?or\ Fourth and Walnut. 



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Hj T. BLACKBURN, ™ 

Asslt Cashier. "" 




gft J. CAllJvnak 

|f! ED;.iVKI(^ 





I'' "- i A' U X. ! '■!'•" 

IT. j" Sam'l MEtlRI 

oiIjnps. '' jA. Ledei 



P rope rty in! 





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QIPLUq poo.ooo.oo. 

no 

PJJLLINS, HQI 

:ik GiVen, gf • 

Ij. Mi Merrill. 



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[The Old Reliable ffi 



"O. B.'AYRES; m'sid^nt 
H. A. BLLIQTflfJVfce-Ijrcsi 

: W.iMj ljLAqKl&airdtaAy.- 

! T. F. GRKME, Assistant [Secretary* 

'. H. K; LDVfcj Treasurer. ; 

Capit; I f'ak in Foil, $200,000.00. 
^SselPiliilJO^RiljiO.Oflyo. 



foijefktp^ 



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enfy-sixth year jof ils ex'\ 
risks 



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fjs cdmpl itesj tin „ .j .. ,.~... .„. ., 

ist&nccj During i\M f'uuq it has assumed 
amounting o many iililliousjof dollars, . 
- | Itsittlejs lasses fairll\ promptly afod 
or^bly, andHoahs'its moniey to Iqw« pptfpl 
elusive y unsiirc injtheS,T4TKof pcivMu 
See oui ag< nt or write to us < v j (/ 

IMinie OnicP In (lomptiiy's Bntldln*. 
210, 2-21 afal 223 VlvAr FOURTH STR 

I DES MOINES.": 
SEE PAGf -i2.j ; ! «T j". ! I- 

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WAT(ii$iDUxoS'ns, cMkk^ hcijkkwa 

JlHVi Ktc. Jl Great Stork at Low Trice!* , 

Uf7 WALNUT STREET. 



J. E, INGERSjXLL, President. 
JAS. CALLANAN Vice-Presi 
ADAM HOWELL, Secretary. 



W r C (JJOLE, A^s't sicretaijy. 
L. STUTZ, Ciakierj 
W. D. SEPNERI,, Mgr. 



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INES 



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This Company, organized March j 13, 1805, %txs doie fnore businesijj paid ink 
Jesses, haaj a larger surplus over all jLiabilitfesj | and a larger sSurrjluslmd Cap/i' 
Sitan an^r IoWa Company. ! J I ' 



OFFICE, 




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asset! ,m: :.,' 18911 • 




09 



•.. $755,319. 
IMBJuW (i P9 r N at iotiiaries Table,) 541,974.81 



SUBPW&'fl) MLIW-aOLiBks, 



BAS.YiPOU 

i r ttusy Men to E online. ' 



•.* : | ' : ; 'Interest 



ardKet 

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ra'ies a 



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assks for eadh $100 ojf lis 

v dp ;io sited with' the State 
[if lila b ljjty t> policy-holders 



eajrne'flj in 1890 pair! djver 
T^xeq and Death Losses 

111 tormp johL//&, Endowment, Itj 
iirn jFfcmttim Endowment 



lar; Jjjife Company, 

■'.! -vi 

iIcIers. ' 



President v 
|icje-Preside»t. ,'. 
cretary. (l 
WWiiLS^AJG^R, Treasurers 
. HAkAW^LJ), Med. Director, 
f. |VfA£T^,$uftt. f>f Agencies 



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ves : 
Polhies is5u^d.£ t a4 iow 



bility 

1 ■ 1 

Iowa 



90 per 



ment 



to secure eacl 



cer t. ofi all 



, Semi -Tontine 



OYTjSiiiiRMArt, 

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: 223,345.28 

PATRONIZE 
A HOME 

INSTITUTION 
AND HELP TO , 

BUILDUP 
DES 




TRUSTEES. 



F. M. {iUBHELL, 
^*ri,LERTON f R. T. Wellslage*)/ 

pp^NGERMAN, CYRUS KlRK, 

lUBBKLL, B. F, KAUFFM^N, 

CtoiniNs, h^' Iv T.Martin. 




W.H.ANKENEY, Prest. 
L.M. MARTIN, Vice-Prest. 



C. (J. McCAjItTIIY, Auditof. 



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GEO. W. BAKER, Treasurer 



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W. W. WOODARD, 



Secy. 



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SAVINGS P LOAN 




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DES MOINES,; - 




IOWA 



Capital Stock, ^d.QOCfidQ, 

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Don't waste your money. Invest in the Iowa Savings and Loan 

Asspciatipn. 

Don.^ pay anymore rent. Borrow of the Iowa 

Association. '> ' I 



THE IOWA SAVINGS AND IiMN 



Savings and Loan 



Will take investments of M cents anid upward^jper, inoilth anl make hem earn from Y2 to 20 per 
ceit. per annum, and guarantee absolute security. Iiijpthej wojrds, a mem*) ir paying in each month 
HO cents for 84 months, or an aggregate saving of $5ti, win dra d out $100, thus making his 

small saving earn for him a profit t<hat he could not bbsnibly make ! , t do any other way. What Uboring 
person or wage worker can not, if he only would, tjaye from liO dents to $ti.OO every month fr/om his 




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earnings? TRY IT. 



If 






THE IOWA SAVINGS A^LOAi? ASSOCIATM 



Will loan a member |$100 and upward, on approved real estate security, 
and he can repay the loan in monthly installments of gl.'ioand upwards, 
industrious mechanic] or clerk cannot afford to have a! home of his oiva? 
<Rxamine our plan carefully, and if you want further information inqi 
koipe office. 



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|tfi per cent, annual i 
WUY PAY RENT*? 
S THERE ONE? 
ire of our agents or wirite 



fftere.st, 
What 
IT! 
the- 



TRY 



Homei Office;, Third Floor Iowa Loan and Tru 






ecret6iry 



t 



Building. 




Compete 



unw{ Dies Moines. Stre 
|i tjiitej'Conn^py, 1 
\ of the* Resource 



ojf the' Resources 
arid County 
'ManuMjfti 
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c|rd| of thd Lead 



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lyai ta^ek Pre 
J>es Moirie.v 
riiit and Mini 



Fae'ii i ties; A-^Oc nplete List pt • 



[fynmr^ Giving 



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grass ;aml Prospect, <}f City 
liumess, Commercial, 
Interests; Hail - -*? -.. 



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:3U8'HNE^1 (| 7 Compiler. 



VOLUME 



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fte>, 

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Houses of HeS -Moines unci Polk 

College?, Schools and Societies; ] 
lMlieei\s;l A Conqise Sketch \. 



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-AND 

/ 

irieifc IHouses .of^esfMoines. 



a- 



Directory .of Iowa, 



DiS* 'MOINES; 



XIV 



e f|vi; bc^Lji.AEs, 






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)inKpfOKY' COafl'A^YJ 1JLHUKHKIW., 

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Im§&( Ml Store i|i Iowa. 



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FANCY GOODS, 
TOYS, 

4- NOTIONS, 

1 i 

HOLIDAY 

NOVELTIES. 



2L 

Wall Pipers, 
Window Shades, 

y. ■ y 

Fine Interior 
Decorations, 

Macha 

Ornam 

Largest Variety! 
Lowest Prices! 



ents. 



or Large 



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In their 'darge double f{mr-stovtj\ buildhui, crpmUd \f\dl from top to Jmsfmtijnt 

mM discounts T(ilLi8RA|iiEsi ; 

LOWEST JOBBING; TO TO THE Ifl 

ilail orders prompt!,^ attended to. | Ask 
I Catalogues and Prices to Dealers. j ' j 

607-609 WEST LOCUST ST, j 1 DES 



,/'' 



ave m :tife[eity,i seventeen tlicfiisanji, tllree hundfed an|d iitty-ixftir 
families Jan d tins! number 



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les 



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MniMm 



tn jpr^sen tjin g the lie 8 
tin. e to 1 our patron-af an 



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ir 



,nd !Polk County Directory at 
tak«> plpasnro. in stating that 



— j _..iea ! <Dity 

. r - TT . r - ... r ^ -,d eit zenk " wd £ , „ - • 

I'-bpplilatiWhas niop thart| dDubjed during the past six years, and ■■■ 
JH<i i^djoationa aW that! Ijes Moines is making .greater progress 
t^|ye£.r tpa^n ,e\^ei r be(oreJ; t Thp ca|nv:as'p has developed thje tact that 



b be c< 



Orrect fo 

jirjre^pes Moi 



(i year in 



h 



t>er,|mi 
lies a'ibo 



L 



l}ist(pr 



ye hionthsj. The btibtycat 
iined. tin addition td tl] e 
i/t don tains^ the residents! o-t 
s<fo the pame,to 



}lied by t hree and one-half, thej average 
cditypby t ie federal, also by the )a&t state 
3ul4tion' of (J0,Y39. The greatest gafn 
* of; the (tity lias been during the past 
tlii|y(iar is' for the city and couny 
usual jinbrmation found in city direeto- 



wriship, 

1 



the 

j- . 

stctio 



fr 



T. 



cbpnty outside. Of Des Moines, giv- 
yi an,d and post-ofljice address pf 



fanners. | [The county ij^well settled withja good class of enterpris- 



t!bii'fojo|:Jd|itioii is about 'seventeen' thojusa id, jsjo that Polk County hasun 
tip population of aWm jsevcnty-'sevei th^psand, five hundred. 



citzens,t}ie. farms as ^ ble are 
rpv sj^eh^sjindicate proi^ej^ y aix!d 

Joj: 



llijrjproved, and, j the class of 
comfoiitl Outside ot Des Moines 



future can; scarcely be calculated, as indicated riot only in -t-h^ rapid ' 




rofeth of the city has but. just begun, and the possibilities jof 



i i 



la^tioi 
public and 
during the 



;bu 
prij 



nn (nahuffectdrihgj and wholesale trade, |as. 



pas 

&reat amount expe 

ti (business, in r bur 



to 

roa^e pi 
nies,; hpm|e insurance con|pani£s fine! lo4n 



also to ,oij 



,our mining interests, at well is the 



sa e jand, lhanjifacturing iijjt'eres 
prjeyioas yeari, and co|n vexing 

bn tj) 



Wle wdtil^ also cajll attjent 

tho ie lDbking for new bufS 

er titled I* inducements, to ( 



ate inpfpvsments^ which have been simply; 

Ijtwo years. We wpuld call special attention 

ed n public improvements, the marked in- 

ost-offifce, pur baipiks, loan and trust compa' 

and building associations, 

advance in 189J3 jin whdle . 

^ dhc wjn j ah increase over that oljaiiy 

i g0ol idea <^f the prosperity bt; the city^ 

the table oi statistics of business, and to> 

jlocatibns Jwe would refer tb the article 






r 



Clapi 



alists, 



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8 



DES AL PINES DIK}eCTQ^ Y 



, The resolnrces and advantages of Des Mojnes, as shown in the 
tmequaled transportation facilities, inexhaustible beda qi coal and goofl 
wAter power, furnishing cheap fuel for manufacturing purpose^, lealth- 
ffrlness of location, good society with the best. of educational jlcI vant- 
ages, are the attractions which are annually bringing thousands jto our 
.city to engage in business or for residence^. It is known as the 



•est education|al center west of the Mississippi river, OiU 
| schools are apiong the best in the weBt, land lour many colle^f*i 
'fully twice the number of stjudents of. any jprev ous year. H 



well for the. moral tone of Ijes Moines; aid in view of the elem 
culture aud ilefinement which pervade society. The city whe 



public 



great 

ubli 
ha{ 



re a 
num 



■1 



pekks 
its oi 



also a greater] -number of tine| church edifices in proportion jto itfye! 
ber of inhabitants than in afty other western! city) a fact 'which 

lehts 
pervade society. The city whep bcjm 
nailed witlu ibers in the west is found to pe the nibst flesirable|ph(e in 
which to reside. j j ; 

. The directory has heretofore been published biennially, 
■every eighteen months, but ^e intend to issiie'thqDes Moines 
Rectory annually hereafter. 

alone, this ye|ar, but finding! that there wis a demand for a new, dir^c 
tory of the cpunty we cone tided to coinbin;e the two in one wift^.t 
being the ddsire of our many patrons. It! will be remembered tl^at 
since the last issue, of th^directory, the citv! limits have been extenclejd 

gro and one-half miles forth, 1 east and west, and one and Jcne-halt 
iles sodth making our present corporate limits six by nine miles. 
This was'necessitated by the| demands oij our rapidly ^growing (iity, and 
it-is scarcely necessary to add that the difticiilties attendant inMn| the 
preparation <)t the directory, this year, were greatly increased. !We 



have labored 

tories possiblb of- our city, * 



hard Ibr the post twen 



id we Jiav 



ty years to compile the beetdirac- 
ave reason to believe that, wje will 



be* able., to make the work more complete, with each years expdrieneel 
\fo have also from year to v. ear compiled and published in tli<s direc- 
tory and other publications, s.iich information setting forth tl|e re jources 
•ahcLmany advantages of Iota's C3apit(il ajnd Metropolis, asjwcfild best 
influence those looking for new bfisiness; Opportunities, or desirable 
• homes, t£ locate in Des Mcines. ' ■ J [ 

The liberal patronage. we jiave received is the best e* idenco of .the 
esteem u which the work is !ield by our citizens, and in thanking these 
'! whb have so generously supported us, in ilije past we reiterate the as- 
,i surance that n the years to come nothing shall be wanting on, our part 
to make the. publication as correct and reliable as < possible which will 
hereafter be published annually. \ i. ♦■■ I 

Keppectfuljly, 



J. ft. jBUSHNELL, Coinpller, 



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L ucboxyi 



DES M 



MOINES 



LL.Prpspnt. 



GEO.L 



JAttRi 



P<ji", Jloii^s 



^vE.McI)O.NNM 



DIRECTORY. 

V- ■ i ■ 



W* 



L, Ash t Sec'y. 



Manager. 



G. V. WlUGKT, Hecretaijr. 



MvvH ;'?<>■ 





AND M^NUPACTCR-BKS' OP_- 

d boilers,, - c 

INQ|ANp O^T MEAL MILLS, 



ELEVJAT0R8 AN dUPPL 

SoAt Fining "" 




SHEET, 



TANK A 



U-FQUNDLY WO! 
' and BEASS 
^TINGiQBCiTH; 

G-iPRCJMPT 






ES ' 

and Applies, 
D' ; 'bridge work, 

AIL CELLS, ! ETC., 




K, 




ETC. 



Oraldes in 



Af TjENpBD TO., 

4'5.ij'(Io|xrt J^tc. ( 



10. 



i)ES M >lkES DIRECTORY. 




L. WARjBAGH, 

, ■ MANUFACTURER OF | ' 

FURNITURE, WOOD MANTELS 



Bank, Store 

And at 

FACTORY 11 2 S 114, lit 



: > 

Court House 



WHOLESALE F 



and ' Office Work, i ; 

Hinds ot- special Order Work. 

WEST LO9UST 



22i an 




STREET 



ITO1 HOUSE, 



1 223 West Second Street 





tel * AN& * Tile * 



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win and 



-AND- 









211) And 221 West "Thi/d Street. 

Ill',:- , I 




Wholesale and 






FURNITURE USHOE 



ANI> 



Retail Carpet Depa 

■». j . 1 

And all Classes o' FURNITURE, at tin's, the Largest Furniture House 

412 and 414 West Walnut Street. ■ 



iStfp r fur Prices aid- §ainplcs of Plushes, Silks, and 

Upholstery Goods: 



all 



u 



rtjnent, 

m 1 

in tlje West, 



llviilds of 






bbnjvia, 



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rSdriitionB, Corrections, etc' 
j|ltooQ7trjJ3usine*s Directory. 

\jl Jin iii;i... .....,••!• •*«• ?••••*• ••'•/ ••*•••••• 

me ue v oleii t iWttu tiuns, t . . , . ..." 



olejiit IhSjtijtutiojhs 

tt .iwiuk'to p ( >1 jejjfes ' 

BurtitMdMqn tuJ'ditii 
Ciilliifi^|CpLleJB...... r ... 

;Ceineieri(jH...|^.:.p.. v ...||.... 



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dome 

if' 



V. Qll * Cl\6iS» »»,•••» »»» ( «J« ••»••• n^ •• »• 

, City rtfflitpw f f .];.;., 



cers. 



Gays' 

Coal.j....>...i 
[•JomLiercUu 
i Iab!i;ests.. 
(Joramerciail 



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J. . Pas j Moines 

• pe^ Moines 



and .r Miinij fact 



lExcIfahije 

ountyOMcjrs (#91 L ..j. 

usinessPi recto 
ityOfllcurti, 



ollege>" r i 



« •*! »* • 



Severs 



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,i Des Moines Home fdrFiiehd 

I cmidfen ,4.....^ J:..,... .,..;, 

pes Moines t?ost uffi(ie.. ...... L....;. 7 



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, j; j pes Moines Reai< lent j [Pi i ecio ry . 

'• § prak'e TlnMr si,tyi I.:., J...L. 



^ Educational Advantage S.1..LJ...... 

■- • { Educational Institution/ 
*': Factpry Products:,;!.. 
j Finant'ia;] Institutions 



. ffialltWulriess., .... 

\ jligl lata] Park NWr^ial 
T U(tr «; In'sur inpe Conjip; 



os))ital8 i ,ajnd Ben«YI<>j««nt Ofotri 



] HotjlS,...^ 

j Impi-ovL»rr|ejhtrti;;L....jJ» . 



r ,; j-ij ju em?nis ci^'i 

\fy. jtatrodjuctj c)n ..... 

Hi J»)wn, ttu mess C 



** tif Capitalists. . 



o\He . 



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J? jiivva Njuti* faal :(iuai[kl*. 

.5 ,tpxa rwst-foffice Pijjboj 

p .'Iowf.sjt9.td Fair! 
;! Iowa Viet er| nary 

( ' ; taw ^chooiH 
■'( '!{ Leltding Bi|sldess Fitm|»..U..... ...... 

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L6inari( 
Loan! an 
■Mjdiial* 



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I Orders 



BuilfHnu Associa 
Trust OVmpani^d 
fc UegeS 
Mbdical ijir Cietiesj.-.V, 
M sedllatjii :>u-« Information 
.VI seeilaty^us Societies an 
M tcnell vi lie BuninesH Dirqctory ... 
, Musital Organizationa 
M <w\i Scl obis..!.... 
N< jw^papq^s 
i < Lr ks . . • • » 

Pitij >ns( HuninestJ Directo 
Pplitical Jrganizations 



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7. P7)k City t Business Directory. ...... 0\)9 



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7<>5 
731 
W)7 
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48 
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21/ 26 
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Pjl^Courty.,,].. 

Pplk'^oii i ity Resident, Di 

Psst Office..;..!..: ....;.. 

Publfic O nvemences.., 

piibic ^tboold 



rectory. 



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Purchasers Gude. 
trpf jnct poundaries 



3 County 



,F W)kpectips lovfm State an 

DiMect 

Real Esi 

SiboolOinw^.i^^trictahdTown 

S(oci<jtieHi|and | Orde' s 

pecjal (jtnprovenients 
^rathOi 
^trcit-D) 
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To'wbrihjp Ass^s'H 
■Jowo'tih 



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■> . ■{! iim jbiccv^^- o f 

owlns .-if Polk Ctfijin 'fcy 
Transpo 'taticjn: F^cili 
fnit edlf ujJtei jOffiiters 



Peace, 
itifs 



'Vaid ftrjiindafi^M. 
1 Waiter thwer IJ.J.. 

^VhC'lesale Business..... >.. 

Vholesale Interests 1. 



ypnng 
'jtinn- 



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Christian 
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DKS MOrNES DIRECTORY. 




OF |DES MOINES 



O. II. AVUlVs, 

President. , : 

! II. A. KLLIOTT, 

Vice President. 

| M . »P. IILATK, 

i 

■ s ''( retary. 

t. r. <;ui:fi;, 

Assistant Secretary. 

H. K. LOVE, 

Treasurer. 




COMiPILEfTES 

i t r . 

Of it* existence. | During that ttihft it luis 



MANY MILLIONS OF 



)lv and 
AID UP 



fairly. 
CAP!- 



And has discharged al( its obligations j^ind paid all its losses honj>rajl 

It now, with increased confidence, asks lyour patjronai,4. It has a P. ... 

TAL OF $200,0(0.00 alui lias paid loHspsain'ountibgtd more than a ffi.LlTLbli' A^D 

A HALF. It is .a n Iowa institution, aip is en tit el): to tlu: confidence jfnd suojiort of 

Iowa veoule. Its rates are fnir,its policies' are liberal and itsiiiilemiliV 

It settles losses f<;irly, prompt v and honorably, antf loan; itslmoriev" 

exclusively. Insure j n the STATE. OF r>E£ Al'o(tf E$i s|e 01 ra^ut 



unqu. j s 
lb Iowa 



HOME OFFICE IN COMPANY'S BUILDING: 

p, 221 and 22^ West Ftjurtri 'Sfreef ; jim§, psiotais 



ioned! 
people 
>r. write! to us. 



</ 



i- »■ 




Abdill, 
Aborn 

batjh) rdomb 
Albrecht), F.,cigar6 and! 
i Allen, John E.J sanitary 



744 

accoj... 599 

plumber. 1 622 



Ame^icWi | Sajvings , Bajik, tj>p > 
marginal[line...J.. .'.J..U 1 .,..;.,. ... 

Arm'stMng* R. B^ physician afid 
suVgeon.......L.. ....... .....L 

BacMrt, r|. £•, groceries 



Bates Addition Improvement C :> 
i Becibbing-Buttell Piano Company 

) . J... Jl.L.J (...back! fend 30,. 

/. Belknap ArtCp..d.,...L4 

nfenjiley & Olmsted "boots abd 

|[ 1 Bhbed,X. , ...4^».-l hv— H-- 

r-Bilz, Aii,'u*t, signs.. .....jU ...;... 

I Black Diamond Coal and Mining 
, cL.d.-l^ U» 1 H3, 

! Bloimfiftld Obal Cb., leflt mark'1 

lirie..L....i.. ! r? 

Blue Liijie Transfer. 



1 Brojnl^y, R-^)-> jewek«r ! 
" ' Route/ 



Burington , 

Burisijde, Jotin, plunibeij ... 



.,. . 



,JL 



.1^7, 



Cap tal 

Capifoil Oity Rlanjng Mil 1 Company 

.....J |,...:;U.......].L..14fv oiu 

CapitalCitv Purnp factory,.. i. &28 

Cap tal Cityj State lank, right '•".; 

nHirg'l liriemd .v.., *.(..• 147, 596 

-i Capital Insurance C6...,..U....t. j 606 

tCarfcerj Bros, windmills...!. .• ..I 69". 

i Career <c ^Ufcsey,ipribtjrbabd8ta- ] . ;. 

ttoneis.....J ......1 .146 

Chamberldinj & Co., ..proprietary 
medjcmes outside bottom ehd 
arid. 



p69 
62 
67 

■XQ 
58 

lOJJ 
68 



C jty (Commercial ''College' 

I..J 1361459, 734, 

Ciltj' yurBeries,fa L. Wat 




PAGET 

faul & Kansas City 

671 

, crackers 148 

ftional Bank, outside 

and... r50 

Uiarlk, A. -fl. & Co., insurance 

agents (fijrb) .',..., 150 

Clark's Wonder Flour Bin... :. 674 

Clese/W. E|, iatter..L J 627 

Clif ;<>n Heights Land Company.... 152 

CoalPalack... ..;,..;. .........1.... 409 

Cdld 'jwe,- Al, I resco: painter.. ,.'..\ 154 

Conranentall Clothing House, top 

mcTg'lliiif and...... 158, 586 

nCoor Vailed Ooal Co .j. 28, 15& 

£ott ige Grb v e Grocerjr 161 

Crone, R. \)7. pumps...... .165, 600 

! Cros*; C. CJ, Jircbitect. '. 730 

i- Curtis, F.-M. printers....; 629 

Dab berg, C. It.-, typewriters., .. 634 

j Davis, S.-Al'. a Co., i photographers. 666 

Dawson Ha:lwareCo (J25 



^DaiW Iowa 

(dfily)...K 
Penrtis Dupi 



aM. LJ.. ..|,.......;.4.^49, 665, 66J9 

Chafee IE ros. grocers .%. f A... 14 7. 

ChiEke]& West, furniture, , right 

niargjninejand,i........L..;...148, 617. 

ChC'Bhfrs Bros., printers.!... 678 

Chiljsako , Roijk Island 1 1 & Pacific 

SkilWa^...}..... J.U....... 608 



Des'JMoines BrdomJ^Vbrks, 181, 
Me 



m4rg?l JipE 



and 



lies Moines 



'oom ' 



594 
644 



Capital, newspaper 

.....l.J...,,.:...'........ 704 

3X Writing j Machine- •'• 

...iJi... t '..L.630, 689 

tJes I Moinjej* '^edkly Argonaut, 

J weekly newspaper: J ^30, 752 

Des Moines E ox|W|orks,.... 594 

DesJMoinds Brickl Manufacturing 

Des Moui^ ffijiggy Company right 
Outside front cover 

178, 646 

Jes Moine^flollege....... ....463, 732 

I'es Vfoinei D^iilyNews......... 716 

I?es Vloine i Express and Transfer 

Co., bot marg'l line, and 414, 613 
BesMoinesl'uel&timeCo 178 

• ' ' I'M 

lies Moines; Uloye (Factory. ..:.:. 179 

Pes Vlqinej(irapr.ic, weekly news- 
paper...; . 746 

Des Moim ?e Fira Insurance Co , 
outside bask cover and 



u 



ab|or Office. 



180- 
179 



14 



DE^ MOINES DlljlEGTjD^. 



Des Moines leader, i'ai[y and 
weekly newspaper 



t 



md 
9,i 



job ; 



i Dew Moines Life Associatiy 
j Des Moines Linseed Oil Col 
Des Moines Lomi andffrua'jb Cb. 
Des Moines Manufacturin 
Supply Company....... 

Des Moines National #anlL..l85, 

| Des Moines Piano Co 

j Des Moines Savings Bank l.L......... 

i outsice cdvejr 

Des Miiines Rubber Stan: p, Seal 

And Stencil Works ,'424,! 

Des Moines Scale and Wire w orksi 
I Des Moines Shirt Factory, loot 

marg'l line Hnd...T. f .....I... , 

Des MoiuesTransfer Co., l8l, 183, | 

Doil, A. J., sign writer U...66S, 

| Domestic Sewing Machine L'p.. 
Dohohoe & Ihomas, gtn^cal 

.1 shop !••••'" 

Drake, J. F. NL gravel roofer, jtop 

] marg'l line, and i.L.l 

Dremen, John p., blacksmith.. 

jlmke, C. D. & Co., druggists L.L... 
'Duncan, F., olculist ancj : aurist, 

j 19ii, 654, ; 

JDwight, J. H., dentist L|... !:.... 

iEatons' Planing Mills: ,.'..] 

■lEdinger, W. C, pholograpner, (top 

I marg'l line, and ;. t ..194, 

lEdwards & Son, deutists...... ..{ 

rElljs & Preston, agtu MoslerSciew 

J Door \ .j 

JEqiii table Life Insurance Com-, 
I puny, inside frontcover and J..;.. 
lEwing & Jewett, lumber.2li2, tyi9, 
Findley, J. B., physician.. ....... J..... 

Fowler, C. W., contractor bo t- 

! torn marg'l line. ..]....[ 

Frost, H. L., brick mn'f # top;marg- 

iri« outside back cover J......L.... 

•Garfield One Price Clothing House. 

I ^ bot marg'l \\ve |L. .:.... 

Gartou, S. B v bakery, confection- 
ery and lunchroom ....218, 

Gartori, W. r l\, bakery conlec- 
j tione'ry and restaurant.. „L... 218, 
George £. King Biidge Co.. ;....i.j» .< 
•jGotden'Eagle Clothing Hoijse.w.... 
,-Golden Rule Clothing House bot 

' I marg'l line and U..i.|.... 

Goldstone & Redstone, dry goods 

\ and clothing .U.....29, 

podde, Lowry W., real estate...... 

Grand Army Advocate, weekly 
'newspaper.. ." .- \ j.... 

Baberdasher Co.. merchant tailor- 
ing...... '.......,478 

Haines, T. E., grain dealer...;...,..!, 



768 
180 
182 

"182 

.. i f 
18f 

185 



736 

1^4 

186 
004 
681 
67$ 

087 

186 

188 
609 

659; 

191 
192 

66(f 
6d| 

197 

63ST 

.658.' 

666 



\ 



712 
585 

602 

298 
740 

616 

225 
724 

i 

718 

524 
695 



ilal|ett c^j Fuller, dentists, outsidje 

frontcover and. r .,....L..... 

Haipbletpn Bros., lands and loans 

L., furjniture[.. .li 

'a tent, VVoven Fabric 



Haibac^i, 
Hareer's 

R(j>ofing[.. , 

H adey Bros, harness a^id saddlery 
lantlin^g, Richarjd, bar bier shop. \. 
laijtling & Schrnitt,! barbers.^ 

Haiitung, A., boots and shoes 

Hawkeye I isurance I Company, 

(tire^, inmli front cover .. 

llawkeye Printing Co.., J.\. ...... ..T.... 

Hedge, Jajmus B., prihters and 

publisher 1 L 

Hess . Electrical Comdany, bob 

•mkrg'lline L :..255. 

Hjgli Bridge Route, rai way 

Higl land Park 

Highland Park Normal College 

...J.. J ...703 

Hpare & Mill: reboots and shoes. 
Hplland & New"! painting, paper- 

ninging anjl graining , 262 3 

ge L.|carriiagemnf'i4 



House.... . ...... 

iog a 



Holmes, Geoi 

jind paintir 
Holmes, Han 
Hotel Logan 
HubClothing 
Huffman, J. 

• iallty... 

Hurlbut,.Wata & Co., 

sundries, (w 

line 
Ingersoll, Howell & Co., 

agents 
International! 
Iowa Business College 
Iowa Carbonated St 

Works 
Iowa Deposit 



House.... 
E., grind 

d'&'Co^ 
nolesale), 



Y--4 



spec 



druggists, 
jot inarg 

271, 

insurance 



ne 



Towa Directory Compariy......274, 

Iowa Endeajvorer, newspaper, 

(monthly 
Iowa Immigration BUreku....,^75, 

Iowa Loan aid Trust Co... L275, 
Iowa National Building jand Loan 

Association., 
Iowa Patent Office 
Iowa Printing Companjj 

and Loan Associa 
1) fly, leaf 
jricuPtural 



'.592, 



Society.. 



Iowa Savinge 

tion, fijon 

Iowa State A 

Iowa State B ind.J 

Iowa State Fair 

Iowa State Register, «iaily a^id 

weekly h^?spaper 
Iowa Sunday School , l Teacher, 

newspaper 



241 
241 
243 

656 
628 
1 746 
73iJ 
593 



677^ 



594 



640 
624 
702 

722 
593 

598 I- 

582 I 
641 
752 
614 

701 



609 

273 

678 
274 

612 

693 
710 



47$ 
706 
69$ 

276 
661- 
^64 



617 
738 
726 

748 

479 



bw 



ac 



DES MOINES 

I 



Veterinary Oollege.,..:. 

C. Ficci H . W- i reporters. . 
pnjClatf Mrseryjand Fruit Farnji 

"lanleB; TomU photographer ... 

ne$, E.j !).,,& Co., -contractors 



and 

kver^,..; 
ith Br6s. & 



era 



and 



cemen 



o,^ books and 



• •••_•• •,• ** •#•••< * 



j ■ 



r „oe^| .(wholesale) 
. ohfe, Stacy &|Co.,j boots and 

| ; shoesJ...J. ...... i .••••* ♦••• * 

. ohjrfsonJD.'M. &| Son, (clothing..,. 
, Fohflson ' W. E.l hard ware, to 3 

| . hWg' line.,..! ...■.f.i. v ..{;..: i 

ifcabler. &J06., boots and shoes... . 
.ISeiiYonj P,.Cm printing. ......... <..- 

Ceifhot Bros., mill, furnishers.... 
' timbalj, j\V. W. & Co< , pianos an i 
.■ I ojrgans, left marg'l line and 

vn itker (panl&ge; Co.;. |...... J . 

jtribs, Charles C.; harbware..*... . 
iCunscb, &enry, meat market...-: 

ciiitz,Nl R.,.dry goods...... ... 

Cuttner'i Bazaar, millinery..; 
|Lah|j, James.rplumber, top marg 

• |.line..l. : p....'.; > ' 

"ah tan Bros . , p4per . ...... 

ederer, $trauss \& Co^, wholes* 

| I tiiitlhiery, L: :.......... 

LehSnai], W. H.rpia^os,^ organs 

I ate., outside top end....... 

Lehneiy M. A SoA, merchant tjai 



Lewis Inf estmenjt Co.. I.... .1.1 

Lewis, Ji A., Asbestine building i 



Jtone;......;....i....v, »..i... 



Leasi Arthur, real estato.,.. 

LittletoM Ed» merchant tailor 
Lofquistj Osdar, 'merchant tailo 

| T bbt inargfl line aftd ......;. 

Lui'tl' Or|on, books and statio 



V 



i 

v>ov 



D 




tOR| 7 . 



] I itcbeilvillei Indek, newcpaper 
I lerchahts' 1 and j Bankers' Insua 

an.ceiCo.i leftj marg'ljine., 

ijlogelberg, G. W 6& Co.; bacbers 

supplies) 



Montague iYeatr lent 



tfontgQrhery* \Vi 
di^n Ho^el 



liaiui. real estate 
v. 361 1 



orris, Wj.jL.. florist 

orrisfivjp, F., meat markets... 

ungeifd Liunc} *y ...... ...j 865 

ew England Lojm and iVusfc Co 
ewlenj G'us, liurpiture 



McGarty A. L., dentist...... 

Mtfllflre,! J. W., teal estateL...67|: 
jVlcMeekih $. Glajrk, planing mill . 

Mailjand Times j newspaper (week 

f rU);.^...i...f. ? .i..^:»..J4,f....;.34i 

Matouardtl, Gk W. & Sofafe, whole- 
'""^ale jewelers! » 



- tj 



ry...i.. •>•••> >» •>«•••»• ....... \m ........*.« 

uskj i\f.]R.. : <$ ^ dry g°°j d8 - ar f 

Pi'MuiuaiBedefitLife! 



otidns.^l 
Mc^yoy(T. ; F| ? 



ns. agent. 



m 



ufimiab'alfa'J. F,.,jflorist.;i.......- r ... 

Main's Partor|Storea f millinery 

(tbpmarff'l line and.. ;346, 

MaiwelU John S., boots aind sho js 
mm, |. H., Weries....:....... «... 

MetJrbtJqlitan Barber <8hop ......l:.* 

Mieier. Ji J M meat palace ....a.. 

Mder.Gfw.^entistv 



678 



\W: 



Nickel PMti ^ho j Hoiise. ..373 

North Western' A l 



A utual Life Ine 
Co.] rigltdmarg 1 ! line.............. 

Northwestern i Suspender! Cci ,.. 

0. E. (Vliflet 

Co.{^.|J....,.. T ...... .. P . : >*. ~, 

Thomas G.J solicitor of 

patents..^ ■..'. r r ........ 

P^rceuBprtha Marie,, ^locution, 

Dejearteah method,: botJput- 

siu« margir , pack cover and., . 
Pattpn,'J[.' $\i jiird andlsoft coal 
Patzig!& CI OB, undertaking 
Prtarsajll Ext^alcfc C0....V. .... 

Peoples' St-ymj»s Bank....... 

l'erkin^ & Perkins, props Dek 
j Moines Fu^l J and Lime Co...... 

jTMttCaTrirtae/Co ,.•»•',■•• • 

Vain, Tails,, tie ^jBpaper (weekly;. . 
jPlamb^i Hiijryn jeweler) outside- 

j ft ofjt cover and -j..: 

P>lk Cpuntv, Abstract <f>mpanv .. 

PolkObuntyiiSalviny} Bank...39i , 

I Pi;ocKJr Coal (jol, lo'wa soft coal . 

; Proctor, i ElriiiiJiJ bakery ...'.'...,. 

'Provident Life and Trust Corr- 

pahy pj iEhiladelpjhia, sidei 

line, outside back cover and.. 
Queal,, ^Tppn b. . & G9, lumber 

dealers|. ..4.. , j.... ,. 

Read & Traversir, drv goods. 61 J , 

(538, 16517, j6 J5 f . '..".. J..}.....'. 

|Redliead^ Nbrtoo, Litln-op & Co 
, boo^sj stationery, wall paper 

a[na sp'omng goodH,L..6, 4l)ji, 
Reeve '& Gastpns solicit<)is of go 

erhmejii c anmg...... J...4 

Rider & R^eijnan, hai'dwjire 
Riegelma,p 

Jitipa 

Kissers' * 
Roberie, 

Rogenj 

Rp^ f knifes jV., druggfst. 

Rogg, T ieb L j, jeweler 



$ 



>uuqer.u..L. ... 



Oo., rijiht margll 

1 ' I 4.1 { ; 

Goods House8...418 
T.L contractor arid 



RoTliiUi, 



Son, boots ard 



»,C J J+i-f JDITCIC4 .......... 

R A., hay and feea. 



696 



3H8 
G6 ; i 
612 
684 
668 
362 
756 
6j36 
37 V 
728 

692" 
375 

690 
382 



688 
387 
640 
388 
391 

392 
397 
596 

398 
582 
752 
403 
403 



404 
405 
697 

589 

410 

695 

) • 

653 

750 

714 

1 ■ 

593 
421 

421 
422 



16 



DES kdNES DIRECTORY 



Rollinson, fy A./ prop Terrace 
l- Gardens. 

Mutual Life Inkir- 

Mill Co., flour, top 

e and. 184, 

hwest, newspaper 



Royal Union 

ance Co.. 

R. T. Davis 

, majgg'l lin 

Rural Nor 

' (monthly]} 
Sartorial Parlors,, John N. Scholtz 

prop: i.. , ( r::........; 

Saturday Review, newspaper, 

" • (weekly ).[.„....:. ^30, 

SaVery Hotel 4j31, 

Schermerhorn, K.' S. <k Co., tiggs 

; ! and butter J 4j;i2, 

Schreiner,. BJ, civil engineer find 

| architect.!. ........ 

Scdville Pluuibing Co., top marg'l 

line ..J ..... 

Security Loan and Trust Co, 437, 

Seeberger, J. ]).. hardware 437, 

Shank Bros., [undertakers [..... 

Shankland & paltzman, 'grocerie-, 

Shaver Carr'age Co j 

Sh'aw, W. Iivi: Co., seal*, stamps 

and flten^i-ls I.-...' 

Sheldon, A. Vl |, physician i,...'. 

Sheldon, Fi'Cnk w. t taxidermy 1 

Sheuerman.SVL & Bro.Jmillinery, 

444,tfl0.| 4 I.... 

<fc Co 1 ., agricultural 
*. hot marg'l line 

U f ... ; ..:.4j46, 

acturing Co.', man- 
chemist's......' 1.,.. 



Sickels, H. H. 

and 

Sincimr .u iiu u' 
uf acturing 



622 

424 ! 

650: 

1 5^.0 ! 

430 

744' 
590 

654 

434 



742 

440 
440 
441 

441 ' 
442 

653 

'■ V' 



St. John & ,B 

iron eornu 

Star Engravin 



Smith; Gus <fc Co., insurance....!.... 
jarquisti, galvanised 



448 
744 



e } 696, 720 

160 
160 



i Star Union Line (railroad) 

State Insurance Company, (fire), 
f outside front coyer and i '.'.. 



Tone Brosi, ccjffee and spices.. : 484 

lowne & McFarand, real estate 

jand rxeiiahg-j brokers,bottom [ 

jrparg'l line t..nd 4-85 

Trepauier, L.'j dry goods 486-f 

Union Building and Savings As- 

• tociatjioji..... : i ;..20, 

United -States Bureau of Informa- 

, tion...J......^ j J 

United State Lif? Insur.-uice Com- 
) |jany <i)f New York, kit j marg'l 

Jine...J..:...'j; L... ..... 

Van Ginkle Coal and Alining Com- 

• puny j I... 492; 

Van Pelt, Frank \l , genera! 

hand an 1 typewriting.... 

Vest, J., W., physician.!......] ,. 

Wabasl), Rafilroikd, Th.- ^annuV 

Rj< »»!*'■•' ^.1 ^i|... [ 

■ Wanaujnii... r &■. Brown, cTojhing.J. 
Washington r ,|f»( I'lsurance (,'nd- 

pjnj'y. oi^i i 1 front cover bot 

*'.ud....: ,..502, 7p0 



'419.0. 
641 

4 90 
*j[)2 



short 
...49.V 



niaru' hi 
Watmus. C. 



6 



52 



4J4 



» 



line, uutside jack cover and.'.. 5 



State Savings Bank....... 

Staves, MJ C., (floral gai 



461 
461 



dens and 



nursery...' 462, .604 



'1 
.Steele, W. A., natural stone (home 

and foreign) bot; marg'l line 

and | ;..'] 

Sterner & Livingston, Hour and 

.fefcd [..I ; j.... 

Stewart, Seth f., carpe,ts and oil- 

I cloths.....;.] ...J..L... 

Srradley & .Larson, contractors 

and builde 
Streeter Bros 
stable..... . 

Stuckey, J. JUpensjon claim act.. 

Tallan, J. D. lurnaces.;..... J... 

Tildbn, Winfijjld, shirt factory 
1 line right outside 
... 483, 



rs. 



v ' back marg 
.cover and., 



, board and " feed 



462 
463 
465 

468 

692 
470 
475, 

079 



L 



, dentists. .....;.[ ., 5 

leott F., photograph- 
' ' ' 6 



511, 6 

contractor and i.- 

wm>i<.«a i ......... .;...r.<. 5 L2 

Wilcox, kepheh C., jekvelei 1 513 

Willuiins, W|. W.j ticket broker 516 



Willis, H.D 



' '1 



nursery, jniargi 



Watts &, t>oi: 
HVeb^er,!Wa 

erj.„.,.L. 
Weinetbck, Sam merchant] tailoi 
Wells, ^huik.S!, ticket broker ... 

Wfest 4nl-ii ukriware ^07, 

iWhite, G eor^ $ CO., notions and 

IWhite Lint- IJansfer Co....,....511i 
'White, Nlurpl|ey <jt Pickering, Hour- i 
. irig mill 

W^hitingd F.| S] 
builder 



whblesa 



e ice cream, 
y arid raa- 



Excha 



xchange 



Wilson^ Stejniifjound 

chinb work^.i ». 

Wind ■j'qrj HojtjLJ .„ 

Woman's Ii duAtrial 

Dining Hiil;-.l .-., 

[Worci's^er, \h , ; H.,, glae^ window 

Wright, John L.j gents furnishing 

" I 1 i-i' j!..;4.,.....525, 



,6 



02 
33 

[>6 
6L4 
5)6i 
625 

5L0 
676 



150 



629 

519 

648 

691 
620 



8 



I gcjodH.J... 

Wvant, W. M.jlfeipffesknian.. ' 5&5 

Wyricik. John M.l-'dtiteetive , 6$5 

Y6de-r, S. C, iiWoriesJ. <\. 526 

^tiiitie .,.;.....,..(, 686 

tjt,|itypewfiter sup- 

P.IW^., cigars! and 



Jodt Writing 
Yosti" & Merr i 
1 plies..;..... 

|fouiijtet a nian, 
tobacco... 
Zirisniaster, 
I hMur....... 

Zoo, The..!. 



Williahi, wholesale 



i i 



5 2(7 
5 ( 28 



5S9 
701 



"M, 



TTOTT CENTS A DAY 




DES ■MOINES! 




ing 



J)I$ECTpl( 



. :s $1,000 m 



,0}F DES M< 



:)rdaril/.d(l uudeil the Haws di'Iowa, 

'if 1 t J i 

1890. 

; ;rest oulLoan 
deudJanuary 



recei 



ved Sep 



1st, 1891. 




■if! 




sivw 



YEARS. 



IT 



ip I is^tik 



July 1st, 1891. , Soft 



-BOA 



f 



OIF 



OIRICTORS. 

fill I 1 '. !i ■ I ' ■ ' I ' ' j ■ ' I ' 

I pIpNi A[.|J[. BAKEjR, President and Ajtjtjo^bejj', |(Lai'e Attqrpey-tierieral 



! L ; ■ . i i - ' • \ 






liiber i30th, 1890. 
3yen and seyen^l-fiv^ 



; i i 



ly 1st, 1890. 'First payment on Stock Aug. 



ntefen and lift' 



-live 



hundret 



ths her 



hundredths J)er 



• j])lt. LETOS SCH66LER, Vice Prelteat an& Tp«erfr, (D(>an Me< 



of Imva 



mentl Prake'iIniyersUy). 



l^.jW.ilUPFLYj 9e|crptjMy, (Founded of ijo vjt Busing CoUepaiid 1 



y . w. , ■ m ur j? u i , ^eurpuiry , ^r ounuer oj io ' 
Ad ju lent General De] )artmgnt of Iowa,C , A. p{ 



i.fi . W. MAJLTBIEJMlanager of AgencbsJ ( 
YHon. 0. B. f AYEM (President State Ins! 



i Judicial District). 



! !r 



::ent 
:ent * 



ical 



De 



art- 
itc Assistant 



i 

and 



sis 



) 
Esuraujce) 

u*anee Company .atal late [Judge Fifth 



$. T.-CAI|PENTJi}l^ (Chancellor Dn$q University); 



^ALLEY|NATJ0^kL' B^NK, Des 



LUCftS, Cashibr. 



Tie Association gives; absolute securi 



! used in a 
1 Loans o 



'•■. / 



S . 



i 



not tie used in £ny eveiit for e 



BunwLoaned 



vestyoiy moneyjkvhereitis absolute 'isafcl and Wves lie largest rethrns.! 




ire secured by 

evil 



3TEE 



^touiek. j. tf. T0WNJC, Presi 



xpens.es or' Li abilities. 



Cto itf Stockholders. 



;* 1 



i t 



lent, W. 



The Loan Fund cin- 



first niortgaH on- Ileal Instate of double the Value o!f 



anted and libera} .u rms ( iFered. 



gents W 



HOM2 PFICB ROOMS 46 ANDj'fcT OFFICE BLOCK, 



,2 3 AND 215 WES T 

I. '■. !*.'.:■ ■ i 



ipiFT 



H SXRE 



piT... 



W 




D. 



/- 



her ' ; 



DES MppESlDIKEOTORY, 



HOME OFFICE 



CAPITAL STOCK, 



, 300 WALNUT S 





'BEET. 



$io,ooo,oob. 



JOHN" A^YMAN, President, (ExtPnkideJ New 
WALTEK McCAIN, Vied- President,; (Ex- Preside tit 
Co. and Director in Ded Moines National iBanp. 



TJV2 1 



« 



f ., 



Fniillknd Loan & Trust Co.). 

Des Moines Street Railrbad 



WESHAKD& SHEKMA^ Attorneys. 



E.|C. SPINNEY, Secretary, (Ex-Iftesideht of [Burlington College and General 
Manager of Ipwa for U. S. Lifif' Insurance Co. of New York. 
; tfj G, GARDNER, Auditor^ (Attorney at Lnlv). ' 
■- V. F. NH)WELJy, Treasurer, (Cashier of the! I>j«s Moii 



'? 



nes National Bank). 



! This is as it should- be. We believe itfis an injustice td clmrire a man' more for k 



ing his money than it will enjrn. We believe a depojsitorj should get wij;h interest 'Mint 



f 

in 



memlbers after making three monthly 
it an)' time by giving thirty, days notice. 



COMPANY holding thf old 

honi are Lssu- 

'■i 

this valuable 



jges as those to w 



he entrusts to the keeping oi' another. 

J MembejsofthelTOWA JDEPOSIT AND LOAN 
certificates will be granted tu v same withdrawal privili 
j ied the new ^ertiticates. Ours is the first and only company to adopt 

; feature.' j \ , ' ■[ 

: *) This Company-* pays its dividends quarterly. These iave beetyeve.r since its organ 
iflatiOn, 4 per cent, or at the rate of 16 per cent per annr m. Deposits! of 00 cents and 
•ajrwards received. Absolute Security Guaranteed. 
Call on or address the Secretary, 

■ : • I ; • 

2nd Floor Youngerman Block, 
£1 I and ill WKS r FIFTH STREET. 



has issued a n|ew f nu revised 
values than tljat of any o her 

oan 



I THE IOWA DEPOSIT AND LOAN COMPANY 

1 ■ . 7 111 ;l ' 

certificate, which provides, for more liberal withdrawal 

State company. The principal' objection u^jnl against Savings, 1 Building, and I 

AsK>ciatious in general is the fact that |a member, as :i rule, cannot witihdraw uijider 

tw6 or three years without 1<>ss. This j often, proves a great hardship to the mai of 

y Halted means who cannot,! owing to adverse circumstances, keep up the monthly rmy- 

1 meats on hisjstoek,or to persons wishing to oluknge their location, or to'Jpartie's wishing 

to invest elsewhere. , 

THE I6WA D^EPOSijT AND LQAN CbMP,ANY has removed alji these objec- 
tions with its neW /certificate. Withdrawing 
deposits on their shares, can 'have their nioney i 



mp- 



E. C. SPINNEY/ 
Pes Moinc s. low j. 




the Reading BUSiNES 




Aljst^aCts of Titled [ 
ifolk dJuity ibkti'aclb l'Q.,%98 

griculiural' Impleijieiits- j 

^ickelsJ h1 'R. &;Co.,ibot. margM}. 

'lm?.4»i4 J 't-f"irti"-¥ (J > ld ' ' 
1 I Architects 



I' j^rt Robins. 

:B^knap|rcp||.. ; .',..| ■ 
Artists Mater 

ktldili, 
Bellow 



Garten, '■ 



8? 



■\ DUSks QF DES MOINES. 




'?! 



:• 



B&rbe^r Shops. 



Abqrn pQu.se barber bhop..: <. 744 

iartling, Richard r . ., ;.... 746 



bo 



L. B.. 

pArt'dj 



B. 



3artojf. >y r T. 
. Procter, Eran 

tollim. K. A. 



iai; 



Bakeries. 



730. 



583 



f»83 

r .83 



21&ai 
218 ai 



island 
ud- 



American 



m 



laled flay. 



Bandp. j 
Iowa (it-ate: Band.'... :..i.. : .. .... -J. 



ugjj" jBarik, top 

; |i 'mai)l; , l!liiie...tL.... <i ..'.., i I.U. ,'..-.;... 

V Capital j<4ty felate Bank, righst 
:«.«J..mI«u- II - T .147 and 



man 



'lilne,,. 



Ctizens Nat'l Bank, outaide front 
covp^ajid....«J... J 



i 



585 
(502 

<:03 



:22 

738 



59C 



Des Mbin&j National i Bank. ...185, j && 
DesMbmkSatiiygs Bank b outside 

cover- J ' I" ' J L i fi ' i • • . ' 

Peoples ! SavrtiiBaWL<4 

Polk^uhty fc&vinjgs Bahk ....399, 
MateKaWuigB iank...u.J.L... 



! ./ 



*9\ 
75:5 

4(3 L 



Vfogetb 



Abbrp Hon»e 



tfartlii 



f rt,1I f 



587* 



Metropolitan -barber shop,, 
arhet's Supplies. 

^rg,fi. W. & Co.. ..... 358 

Bath Booms. 



744 



j'lficbard. ,. 740 

Belting. 



Langkr 
Luin 



<|>r* 



}\S 



308 
324 



Des Momes Manufacturing and 
Supply Co., front fiy leaf and.... 183'' 

Blacksmiths: 

Drenjjiej), Jjobn'E 188 

Book Binders. 

artejr& HiiBsey, 14G 

lowalPriuiing Co ;..... 0(54 

Books and Stationery.] 

B?oi.. ..-.; 

■son 

Redhead, 1 Norton, Lathrop &ilo., 

,....(>, 40fl, 589 

arid Stationery — Wholesale. 

iSprtori.iLathrop & Co., 
...;j ....0, 40' 

and Shoes— Wholesale. 

Olmsted... 
ros. <& Cpj. 

Retail. ' 

H^rtung, A I ..j..... L'. 593 

Hoate&Bliller,....* 593 

Johns, Sticy & Co-A 602 

Kaher &[Co, 1 ...J... 291 

Maxwell, tohn. S...L... i... 348 

Nickel Pw ie Sooe HouBe..373 aid 728 

Roger?, J< hn & San J... 503 



Books 
Redb 



eadj 

00$ 



Bentle£& 
Jaqditii! L 



f 1 



S, 589 



106 
280 



i 



I 



DES MOINES .DIRECTORY.] 



Brick Manufacturers. 

Des Moines 1 Brick Manufacturing 

qo i J t 594 

Fr^st, H. L.l top margin oiitnide - 
back cover ...... 

| Brick and Tile Manufacturers. 

Haines, T. eI....^............ J.. .. 095 

Bridge Builders.: | 

King Bjidge Co., George EaL..., 

Brooms— Manufacturers. 

Des Mo|nen Broom Works.. ..j.il81 

.... 1 '....| r .»-' jj""l 

Business Colleges.! 

Capital City; Commercial College 
." 1«>6, 659, 734jimd 

Des Moines College 403;atiU 

Highland Park Normal ('allege 
..j .. v ..'..A...703i^nd 

Io#a Business College- .. V .L31, 

Carpets and Oilcloths— Wholesale 



T 



W %J% 



044 



733 

732 

720 
274 



Gallen Eagle 
Go den Rule 



Gclljlstone $ 
Hub Clothing 

Lusb, M. R. & 
WJi^.amakei 
W&hstWk, 8 



M\\ 



... Housj ( . 

lo thing HouK'3...^01 

...,..J '.. and 

E^edston^ ! 

HduW.I .....I 

Co LL.X... 

'c Brown '. jit..,.'. ['.... 

V n ....«.;..»..»•• 

G/oal Dealers. ! 

Co., r!ij»ht maru'l 



082 

fiO'OJ' 

(U4- 



ial C 



e) 



Harbach, L 



L 



lei and Lime Co.f 



BU)omiield C 

line,.,.. 

Coal' Palace 
Des Moines F 
Patten, J N 
PeVkint* & Pe 
Pioct(»rCoHl 
YtnGinkleC 

f i ■ * 

i Coal 



Black Diamond Coal and Mining 

Cot... 1 ..,......,/:.]. ...l.j. 113 and 

Coon Valley Cojil. Co 1 ...,.... |..28, 

iVah Gihkle Coal Co... 



kins... 

o 

alPq. 



knd Mining Co's.' 



-('- 



.,.....;.... i 1.10,.' 243: 

Retail. j , 

Harbach, L.; \ ..-. l.jlO, ' 2-iB 

foewlen^Gus.......; ^...U.... ij 371 

Biker, CJ E*. & Bro : .].... 1416 

Stewart, Setb, Fj iJ 465 

■ jj i , j i 

Carriage IManufacturers) 

Pes Mcfipes Buggy Co., outside 
front oovei?, and right , in ajrg'l 

W and :....[ Iv8, 646 

Kratzerhirriag^Co !....., 303 »* 

Pitt Carriage Vo\ f.^.L.... | 397 

Shaver Carriage lo...'. <.'..... 441 

'« 'r i ; ' i : 

^Carriage Painting; ■ 

Holmes, George F ;..:.!.... i 582 

Chemists— Manufacturers. 

Sinclair Manufacturing Co J,,.. 4^8 

Cigars and Tobacco.) | 

Albrecht,:F.. i. i.... !s99 

Youngermau, F. W i 528 

| Civil Engineer. • !■ 
Schremerj B..J....1 ; $;.'•" 434 

' .- J l, Clothing. i 



Confectionery 

Garton.S. B.l' 
Gartbn. W. T 



Contractors and Bu 

J'anes,lE k l>. <$ Co 



bowler C. W, 



Roberts, S. T 
Stradley tfc Lrirsen..., 
Whiting, F. S ' r 






26 



) 

25 

14 



409 
178 
337 
39U 
4<>3 
492 







01 



lj5J>_ 

602* 



)ot. marc 



BUU 
'llin 



218, 

Ifclers. 



6 



Continental Clothing Co., I top 
marg'l lane... 158, 1 586 

Garfield (phe Price Clothing Stsdre, 
boi marg'l line and. ..^.. ...... ........ 71 2 



Cornices. 
St. John ik Birquist....i...69|(f and 

', ■ : . f Cr'acKers. 

Christy, J. M. 
Wyrick, John 



detectives. 



535 
)2 



> 



Dentists. 



Dwight, J v H, 

Ethvards &> ISoln...,, 

Halletx & Filler, qutside 

cover and.. 
McCarty, A. U 
Miller, G. W., 
Watts «fe Son. 



I'ront. 



Directory Publis.hyrs. 



27 
7 

46i 
5 



720 

148 
685 



ID! 
607 

1 241 



3 



27 
28 
03 



Iowa Directory Co J 274 and * 71Ctf 

Drugs and ! Medicines— Wtiqlesale 



Hurlbut; War^ & Co 271 and 

Retail. 
Duke, D. C. & Co........... 



",V: 



m$ I' 

609 



V: 



j pr^GoojIs. \ 
GoJdstorJek Rfrihton'eii...*... .!.... 2,9, 



j 



"Kuntzi, N. 



tu8e,'.M.i<if'&jC<4' 



Kqad & 

Bisser C 
Trepafiie 

Scherriier 



ftES kOIFES 



U 






'i 



Northwest 



Hess Elec 
line..... 



1 



DIRE 



aver^V, 611, 638. 6£7, 

J....! :i.lL...695 and 

rBiu...U.|l...4I6and ■. 

L 

Jitter. 

jfe Col, 432j 



anc 



Eggs and I i 

>rn| B. S, 

! I, 
4 ;f ;> "*" ■ 
Elastic Goods. 

ifnSuspeqderCo... 
Electrical ICo's.' 

(joV, jbot. marg'l, 
\i.':l L..255 and 



• •••-••■ 



'i\ 



1 

•(Star Eng 
Exp 



Supply (Jo]i|npahy, front fly leaf 
and 



[Des Mpint$ Jt 

; P'Co 



jWyajnt| W j 



ElUcut^ionists. . 

jjParce, BeWta Majirie, bot. outside] i 
margin, b> cl: c<)ver ahti..;..t.;.. ; ..i 

njiiies'and Boilers: l 
t)es| Moinls i Manufacturing -and' 



225 
699, 

082' 

697 
750 

48(*f 



B54 

375 

1 

688' 



T 



a:., 



.engravers, 
raving (jo 



eds land. Transfer Go's. 

ill j 1 j .. . ■ 

(£e£ Transfer Companies'. ) 



qinfcA iKfc pr&s and Transfer 

,, boi}. ir^rg'i line...L414 and 



o[w& Statel Ffti 



i^freeW-.^BiUi 






a^ Sale ^tables. 



■Ewo 



Pdamiil Sxtr 



; Marsha 
Mdirik, 



1. 



Bollinscdl'lli 



1 1 ; » 



1'' .' 



¥ 



['ZiWatttU^ 



fPavisrft. 
line 1 



lark's 



act Co: 



J.iE 
li., 



loll]' 



TOW 



V6i(l 



C.83 

Uo 



n ......4......|. 

Associations*! 

r.Hi»;.."...J. . "i 



CT^RY. 



-.2- 



* , Flour and Feed. 

sterner & iavingston. * 463 

M j Flouring Mills. 

'-''ajiitaMRjVIer Mill*..:.!. ....... 660 

White, .Murphey & Pickering.. «....-... 511 

' Foundries and Machine Shops- 

Des , poinds Manufacturing and ■'. 

>upbly Company, &, 183 

Wilson & Stein; ..J L 519 



Col^ewje, A|. 



Fresco 1 Painters. 



T 



154 



Uirkeeu, Frank, 617 

Furnaces. 



Barquist. 



720 



475 



Chase & 



H;trlkch 
Newlen, G 



Lusjej'M.'B 
Weinstlock 



ring Extracts. 



Florists i 



»r"V"""tt;: 

» • ^ • • • • * *••••«• *•*»••*• 

•••?"•*•* ••••••$** •*••? 

l#M>lesale. 

liM-.Aii. ;,„.,.. 

ll|Co.,vtcjt}.uiarg'l 
' ......4184 and 



ms. 



»ur fi 

Pfouii Bin. 

i-'-l -'I 



6113' 
25 

;7J26 

G;)2 

338 



648 1 

6<> 

6 



5159^. 
674 



'ft est, 



IS. 



Holland 
Worcestfet, 



$t. John & 
TallanjJ. J). 

':.'..' ; Furniture- Wholesale. 

...I. .10, 243 

Retail. 

right marg'l lire 

........' 148 and (517 

...: ...J...,.^, ^43 



1 1_ 

HarbajCh,. [ 




New.. 
6. H 



1 : lumiBhing Goods. 

&Cg 
Bam 



371 



682 
614 



Glass. 



.262 and 598 
....r.:..... 620 



•NuchrditJlJ 
( hase UrosU., 



I^erij'iHjJ. 
' 4 ' and 



love Manufacturers. 

Glovi Factory......; 179 

Gram Dealers. 

E LL , .........'„..v. 695 

ci3sors! Grinders, etc. 

J E....L ;....... 1 701 

Groceries.' 



(:&;. 



■'*> hankl 
Vude^r, 

i j: ■ 

'^eeberi 



S, v/|U. 



8altzrnan... ,. 



I 



Hardwarei-'ViTholesale. 



er, Id,', 



.161 and 621 

147 

:...4.... 351 

440. 

'526 



■ •••*••• •••* 



.437, 584 



r^ 



Retail. 



I awsoit Hfl|*dware Co .....; 625 

,1 onilBon, wj. E., top marg'l line...: 
Jbl-ribk, fearlee CoJ......... - 697 



Rider & Riom&h. 



DBS MftlNES DIE 



1 



; 695 

437 t I 584 
507, ! 625 » 



Unite 



:ctcry. 



626 



Seeberger, J 
West, A. L. , 
I* Harness and Saddlery 

Blarley Bros.J j .}.... .. 

' , ! • Hats and Caps! 

ClesF, W. E :'. :i I «27 

Wright, John ;H 1J..525, 1 <>18 

.1 . Hay and Feed.) lj ' 

Rollms.R. A.J ji 422 

i ' . Hotels. \ 

ijotel Morgan, J..361* ;6S4 

Hotel Logan ' Lj , 7-52 

International Hotel U.. 678 

Savery Hotel ..' u-431, 590 

Windsor Hotel {•<-:• - : -\ L G48 

I Ice Cream— Wholesale. ; 

Willis, H.d: , J....../J 629 

Immigration Bureau's.', 

Ibwa Immigration' Bureau. ! j.;27o, 706 

I Insurance kgents-f-Life,j 

' Bciwman, M. T. y., bot. margjl 

[jhne •' r 

Clark iA.E.-&.To 

Ingersbll, Howell & Co. 

jl Insurance Agen%f Fire*; 

dark, A. E. & Co 

McAvoy,T. F 

Gus Smith & Co.. 

i • Insurance Companie 

I .* j ■ t 

Capital Insurance Co.. ..:..,'. 

pea Moines Fire Iiitf. (\K, ! 

I back cover and ,....;. 

Hawke,ye Inn, Co ; inside, front 

! Cover and ,. J L, 

.Merchants a fid Bankers Ms. Co:, 

,! left marg'l line.!. ,.k.,jj ;.. 

State InHuianceCoinpaiiv- puthide 

■ front co v eiMU)d .....! J 12, 461 

Insurance Companies— Life. 

Des Moines Life A SM>ciatiqn 180 

Equitable Life In*, Co., 6f Iowa, 
/[opposite inside front coyjer....i... 
Equitable Life Ins.Co., of X. Y.... 

Mutual Ben'etit Life Ins. ;Cd .{.. ,3^6 

Northwestern Mutual Life Insur- 

: i ance Co., left marg'l line-and...!.. 

provident Life and I hwt Coin* 

I pany of Philadelphia, Hide line 

r putwide back cover. aad.L .[.. 

Rpyal Union Mutual Life Insur 
:■ ance Co--'- U.t — ; .. 



Wash 



ing^on 



York, left uarg'l line and..... 



Ljfe Inri. CoJ, outs de 
frorit coveir and bot. marg'l line 

2, 



tion 



Intelligence Offices. 

i r i ' 1 ' 

ynited States Bureau of [pform,a- 



States Life 1 Ins, Co; of r 



22 



- ( 

Jewel ers— Manufacturers. 



BroociIey.'R. N. ....'. 
Holnies, Harry P. 



J Jewelersr-Whdlesale. 
Mar((uardt, Gl W. &[ Sons 

ewelors and Watchmakers 

Plikdb, Her ry, outside fi onjt coyer 

wine 
Roggl Theo 



Des tyoines 



3— Fire. 



mtside 



150 
273 



150 
326 

744 



606 



180 



Bates Addition 

Clifton H*if:hts Land C 
Highland Park, Fihlf , W. W,,|secjy , 



L 



ahor Offices. 
L^bor Ojfflce 



T 



id Companies. 



Laundri 
Munger's LtmWlry 



s 

6m[ent. 
hue Co;.., 

Ijithograiphe::s. 

1 I ' 

Iowa Printing Co 



! 1 

Ijiiine and C 

Des Jtfoines Fuel and Lime Co 
Perkins & Parkins... 



.New 1 England 
Security Lon 



Loan and 



Loan and Trust Companies. 

Des Moines Loan and Trust up. 
Iowa Loan) and TifustCo ....... 12 

Loan and TnistiC 
in and Trust Co.. '.431 



TheiLewis Investment C( 



639 
,3^6 

692 

404 
424 



o 



"1 



Ewing& Jjwett.. .*...., 
Quejal, Join H. & Co 



490 



700 



641 



122 
641 



344 

f 

r' 

^398 
421 



179 



670 
152 
70 ; 2 

Q 

756* 



178' 
392 



664 ; 

I 

698 
63(5 
742 
'421 



Building Associations 



le 



Iowa Deposit and [Loan "Co. 

marg'l line and.!; 
Iowa Natural Building find HJoflln 

AssoeiJ 
Iowa Sav 

tion, fi 
Union Bui 

ation.. 



tton... ;...u. ...i 

':'ny* and Loan! Associi 
orit fly If a f arid 
dijng and Sayings A 



SSOC L 



.202 



.20 



693 

-I 

!276 



490 



640, 658 
405 




'^loES'^jlNElfc 



Gartoi, 
Gartta, 



Lunch Bobms. 

'.■I ■ .; 

....218 



f 



eat Markets. 



Kuntk 

Meye 

Mor 



ffifelical Institutes. 

Montttglafe Ajatmetit......... ..... 

MerQhan^ Tailors, 



J |g02 



jHijib 
[Lehr 
Lit* 



aftberjCo. 



4. 



Lolqjtttltr>lQpcai J i bottom m 
hheart 



Tl 



pIXEbl|ORY. 



V 



.4BQ4 744 



Des^ 



>ti N. 
!:ami 



7\ 



]fc 



J05- 
;353 
362 



666 



740 
524 
313 
318 

430 
G14 



¥:mi Furkshing. 



oiries Mahufaeturine;and Sup- 
iy Company, front fly leaf anc 

, ki liinery-r^niolesa^. 

LedfrjSrjStriuss $ Co. (wholesale '312 

t>:_ . .: L.A« I HT ■ P. fn«. l«fih ,«:.,«, >I 



White! 



majn, 

He 1 ' 



M. &|Co;, left mwl 
' ."4ia 



653 

4 653 



Shefffirmfiq, M. ffe tiro. 44'4i $f0 

R^ail. 

{Bazaai^M..:..J..» i .». l J.Jl 305 



Kut inppis 

•Mas m, * 

RiegjlmiinJ M. !& -.Op?, left ih.arg'l 



U 



. L.,tt6p tn^TiinG4$! 090 
iJ'M. (/k.firiJ': .left hmrg'l 

f>» ' -6531 



ne,.L-..fc.i...-.j.>. f .|.. 1 ^......... f ..-.x^ 1 j 

erit|a]tjMJ& ^t6....;444, (JlQ, 053 

r 



I ! 



; !, Music ^Teachers. 

1 ■ T " I '■'■■■] ' 

Parte, jl ?eHh a M arjp; bo t 9 u taid 
Barjiip pack cover^.'..... L| 

lusie iid Musical Merchanc ise. 

DesLilofn^ Pidno C(l;............ r t.y ' 18. fc 

Lehman, tV. H.,, oupsidc top jerilli ■. 



iDels 



inc. 



01T1J8 

'ill 38 

1 D^MQih; 



f; 



pers alia Publications. 

Argonaiit.o.......i.^C 7&; 

Capital^./ v < T "'■ 1' 



: fi . 



t/S'iiy 1NGW8.... ........ ..'• 

Graphic*......;.... 

^ Leader ^j.. ...,...:, 

Grand Ai rr y Ad vbcate...... 

Iowt^pdeivorer (monthly)) 
IqwiaJjS!. reacher'Kmonth 
I6v4atatt Registei 
Mail arid Times.:....!, 

MitcbelNil e Index 




pitotaiiL....;...,...... 

Saiurqkyj) Review...... 

Th£ RM Northwest (faiobth1y)....;*..58iO 

tiolis and Fancy Goods. 

Liwe, M:Jfe. & Co J U. 6821 

M&oa, J, L., top marg'l line, 346, 696| 

Sheue:n#fl, M. & Bro: 444, 610, <558f , 

GjW&Co.... ......Li.... ftO 1 

"J Nurseries. ; . , ; |: 

Cf$>it& City Nurseries. ....^137, 642f • 

■Irttn.Clatll Nursery and Fruit, Farm 075 

Steve* M..C..L .I.. v .........462, 6Q4 ■. 

W&tro }t, C. L , left ra'arg'l line and 50$ 

Oculists. i, ; 

Frank j 190, 654, 65^ 

-. Oilf ,' j • 

lies 'Linseed Oil Co. 18k 

[jb|Ln^ 9 Paper Hanging ( and Grain- 

j& New......... ".'. 262, 593 

dl Norton, Lathrop & Co., ' 
....^j ...408,. 589 

faints and Oils. ' » I ' 

Hardware Co... £25 

Paper. ' ' { . 

Lknd^n ppqa., (wholesale)...... 3(j8\ , 

RediMad, Norton, Lathorp 4c Co., 

fT r p. f| ."L--. ,. 408, 581> , 

j Paper 3oxes. ; / 

ik B : ....-j '$W 

Patent Offices. ; ■ , . 

tent Office ...382, 592, Ul 

Patent Solicitors. I 




Aldrii<:b 
P 



Iow4 

(j)rwir 



ff 



»oi: 



^8JJ 



, T]homa8 G. 
pension Claim Agents. I 

Reevd<CiGa8ton...... ! .i.:..... ..:'....: filO:\ 

SWMeji J.J...., • • F<>> '■ 

■ •Mr ' u ' i ■ ■ ' ' 

j j Phdtographets. r 

Pavis, 8. A. «&'Co ..._,........ bW 

Edihger J W. C, top inarg'l line,194, pip ; 

James) torn - 21& 

Webster, Walcott F<....'. |6t|^ 

. s [J j i Physipians. ; ..'_. 

Arjtifitlr6ngl R; Bl.L.J...°..~.....< fo» . 

Cat others, -Frances &.«.... |666 

■Fffldldk J^ B.L.......IL. i6<^6 

Bhtldcn, A. Cl....>....; j...... 4454 

vk,).w. h;., i 494 & 



a 



DES MOINES DIEEOTO.RjT 



Pi? no Manufacturers. > 

^egiebing-)Butte 1 Piano Co., back, 

i I... «; 250ji 103 

■ pianos and Organs. ; 

) ! 1 1 

S Des Moines Piano Go] Ll ..-.. 185 

Kimball, W. W. & Co., right margl I 

■■.[{ 4£ 



! lmeand |.....'i U 41 428 

Lehman, iW. H., outside top en(j| 
' -and. ! ! ■ .« • ,ii 



4 1 ' I : ; 



Pipe and Tile Wpi ks. 

Iowa Carbonate. J SkmePiMWorks Q12 



•r-t 



f Planing Mills. 

Capital City Planing Mill CoLl4q v tilD J Mille 
JSaWs Pmniiig Mlfl.A*. U....J,- l!92 ( Jllller 



Mc Meek in s& CI ark. 1 
Plumbing, Steam 

Allen, JTohnE... 
Burns^de, John. 
Kerfoot Bros.... 



•i- 



Larag,i James, top 
Scoville Plumbing 



line. 



tbarg'l lin(> ! | 

Co. to i> marg'l 



U»2 



i • 'I* i 



and G4s Fitting. 

• V,*j23r 

*i!296 



Printers— Book andiJob. 



..',029 



; Curtis, F. M. ...t... 

Hawkeye Printing fy... ^,, r 

jfcedge, James P.....;. 1 \.. .}..■..... i, 594 

[Iowa Printiing C0...I1 »........* \ 6(M 

Kenyon; Pi C ...J....; .l....L.i 2tK> 

proprietary Medicines- ; 

Chamberlain & Co.;! 14 ( 4 (3(15,! 0(4 

: 1 .1 ;! ; . I 

1 ' Pumps- J ; : ;:' 

(janital City Pump Factory.; . ; 028 

Crone, Jt. W ; :..J..l(>r>, : i6b»» 

KerfootfBros...v .1 ...| \\2W 

■ j ■ i Railroads, i 

/Burlington 'Route.. ,L. L.......I 

Qhicago, Kocfc lslanjd & Pucifii-.J ..J 
Chicago,.^. Paul 4 1 Kansas! City: 
High; Bridge Routt 
$tarjlJnion|Line... 
Wabash Railroad 
? ' Route. .i 



'i 



Town 



Hne and 



& Me 



Farla 



Gartoi, S.B., 
Garfam, VV. T 
Won) 3 n's Industrial 
D ning ttall. 



i>ono ioe& Tli 



Drakf 
. I large 



.St. John & r Bt 



J.F.N 
i , David 



■ tr, 



iid, 



bot njarg* 

! ' ' '\. 
ftestadrants. 

218, 

Exchange 



Roofing. 



omas 

., top tnarg'l line and 

& Co. 

rquist...... 



Shaw, 



Hellye|4> R 



VV. H. 



Se w lug Machines 



Pes Mjo 
I ma 
Wilder 



Rupt|ure— Specialists. 

Safe an i Locjk Companies. 

Ellw!^"PiT^l|cAi....'...iL '..... 

* Scales. 

Des Moines £cile and Wire Works.. 
jS&als, Stamps and Stencils. 

' " l ' : l ' ' 'a 

Des Moines Pubber Stamp, Seal 

ard'Stenuil WtyKn .....:424, 



<S;Co. 



SI lirt' Factories. 



1 1 ■ ' • 

ines ; Shirty ^Factory, bofc 



argtl linelUrid.il.. 
J \Vintiela,bae 



.^v.., VT »..»,«.», Dapk niarg'l line, 
1 i^ lit outside coyer and. 



Ab'6, 



Sjt. Jqhrji& ! 



Bai 



Shutters- 

1 ' ,. 

(iuisi,...i.. 



K "ii 



Real Estate. 

Bates Addition Laud Co.... 
Clifton Heights Land Co.... 

Tco!!."! 



inner 



1 

(571 

; (J24 

|40( 



Biljc, August. 
L|(ill, A. (J 



iGooqe, Lowery W. 
' ' Highland Park Laul 

lleae Afthur J. 

MoClireS J.iW 1 .. 

r .Montgomeiiy, Williim 



.ro7ci 

.172^ 



! 70^, 

|(384|. 

(574, ;(5SH 
1 612 



^t;n Painters 



.G(JS, 



485 

i 
585 
218 

691 



687 
186 
656 
720 



690 

197 

1 
184 



736 
441 



679 



186 

679 

, I 
720' 



(581 
681 



nt. John & B4i 



Stii4 



biU 



Skylights. 

(JUist..; 



oi lery— Wholesale. 



1 

Langan 

Ueutiead', Norton, Lathrob<S:Co..6. 

I ■ 1-1 ' '..'... L.,.. 408. : ! 

I ' ■ ! ! 1 " 

Steam Erigines., 

. i , -J ' . ! .I 1 - ■ 

Desi Mojnes ; Manufacturing ajid 



720 



0$ 

■ • 1 

589, 



Supply C9., 



front fly leaf and 



-4 



83 
519 



- *r 



DahlbT; 



'. J^H^Tf' 






{lowa I'ri ntiiig Qo.-,: ... l..*.:j. 
'Stone.! 



JF&rlW., ...... 

v vr I ^ I 



Sh'ildo 



H-L. 



Stenograp 



<F f S ":MQIN5S 



appears. 



!«•• f »f • • •* • 



Y 



-hi 

'I, J 

"17' 



Stereqtypeijs 




12 
16 



Stone.! i -■ : 

1 Io>a Carbonated StoneNpe Works ^ 

1 Vpfr-itf-l a 

^ Stbn^N^tural^nd Foreign 
Steele, |W. A^, bot jmarp line and:.. 4|02| 

Utoves and Tinware. . 

J- • \ : • ! i I I l : ■■ ■'' 
Jo'insdn,^V. E^ top marp line...... 

' rl«- '■ • 

ider Factories. 



«??« 



£>uspen< 



Co. 



; 1 NqrtliT|r extern Stibpbttae 

Taxidermists. 

' ; I I f 

rrvn 



DIRECTOR 



375 



?! 



i I 



Wells, F 



Wi 



linn is 



v. 
i 






?rank;\V. 

-M 



I i^Tyas, Co fees 4nd Spiie^-Wh 

rTpae Brc'3,,......,.......;. .J.i I..... 

! , ' !^ntsiand Aviings. 



.! 0!)2 

tolesale. 



4S4 



V j ,Dea Moiri* Tent 'unit A 

i i i 



M/ik S *. 

W. W 



r- 



vping Co..;. lfl 
Ticket Brojdrs, 



••[■ 
j 

I" 






I 1- 



5:0 



1 1., 



ri j i 



1 i ;! 



Da 
tri 



Co 



Bl e l.iin* 



Dp 

iwii 



tin 



H. 



P>er£, 
n 1 

C< 



it!' Lire 



C 



' i 



! typewriters. 



'[L 
I upl'x 

'. irid 



-'/'■ 

25 



\!< iii'slPj}! 



NV^'l mi, G lis 



nkiBuu 



Uacbach, 
Iovm 



Vet|i: 



^<e 



liiid.Jr.N 



lic{heai( 



Curler Bit>h 



'the Z<»o. 



N 



"WiHtingl Machine 

....: •...; 03<>, 089 

11. \V .........527, 080 



"ransfer Companies 



ji : ' ■ 'i- I ' 
'11 hi n star C«» '••• 1 



14 



r .M^«M««'«i ;....1*3, 0<»4 

iWfc-r «'•»..'. 511, 070 



"71* ' 



Undertaking, 

.1., j oil 

.!.:.... [' £ 440 

Upholstering. 

■(.-..,..' ».(..' rlO, 243 

efcetrnary Colleges, 

limirV College 1 . ...:.... 089 

^gon Makers. 



e v.j. 



carriage iinnfrH.) 



*im\ 



V 



Paper 



.'...'.... 202 

lull-, Lnthmp &Co., 

front iv loaf. and...'..... %.....40'8, 589 

Watcl M ikers and Engravers. 

Wi cox, S|tepiien^..' !. , 5L3 

Wind Mills, j 

] ., , 1 091 



Zoological Gardens. 






701 




TELEPHONE 586. 

'■■ ■ - ■ i 

MINERS OF 2ND ftND 3ftlJ> : ¥EIN 'COifau 



FIRST PRlBMrUU AT IOWA 



D i3S MOIME! 



OFFICE CORNER WEST SEVENTH AND 



T 



.£>. 



STATE PAIjK. 



MqLBERRY STREETS. 

- 1 IO 



C. ST). P. & K 



ij. P. & K. fc. R. R. ; 



— +f mines' situated 

a u.li. !&: ifj r. r..i b. m. 




-$L» 



■1- 



3N 

& n. w; R. U.; 



> 



to. M>i& 



K. a r. R. 




*■ I 



M 



DE$ MOINE$ 



JjmECTQ 

1 v •■ i i 



THAT THE STQCKf 




27 



CprfpTANT^y D|S?iAXEI) BY 





Buyin 



Is soj large that theyla^i .'.prepared to offer 

ENTS. 




e Direct 



'dai 




i ■ ■ i ' j if j ' I ■ i 

jn; 0ri£inal'j or ] Gtfse , quantities frotii Manufacturers, 



aying j Mdntey thereby, 
! I least can be aji< 



bicp sat irifei or & , pajrt at 
d "*"■ - tli « customers. 





3)8 %asi Fiftli 3 

SjiowaTwmje 




ndous Stock 

! r 
I 



jim mMwom 



I AND AT PRIOE5 iCONSIDEB 



1 



<g 



< 



,.1. •'] 




BY THMR 



Ver J Beasonab e 



stt<N® 



MANY PATRONS, 



'i 






.■» i 



JwfeMb^e 



3)$ art 320. ejcst Fiftb Street. 



V 



DES 401NES DIEE(pTORi r : 



29- 




so 



- — t- 

H]tf(}0 BE<ilEBING, President. 

, , OKOND'OH. DAjVISON, Sei-ynn 



DES MOINES DIRECT 



3RY. 



gegiebing - 

MANUFACTURERS 





ADAM BUTTELL, Vice-Pijeaident 
Treat?: 

Pi a oo (®o % 

OF 



i £ 

i ' m 

1 A 1 







.8 



1 

■ 5 

$ • 

!*] 
'•in 

i ikf5 

■;■ & 

•■■.■ r? 



is 



■a 



a 



C + v 







'I 

1 I 1 



1 

■to 



ift 



$ 
^ 






& to'' 

% • I & 
» i, l £ 



" T ' ' ' " '■ ' "i 




m ■ 

£8 ' 



I 




§7^ 



SOUL! ?W 

itias no Superior. 

*' ! •■■'<■■ I I ■■ \ ' 

Efii mates furnished on Repair World , in all the, branches 




| V of Piano 

Factory and Warerqoms, 






f Piano 

Authorized Capital I $100,000100. < ^ r 



s 



! *-t 



TORY IN :10|fil 

Patroffo Home Industry, 



Building!.) ; 

123-125 West Fifth Strjeet, 



m pi^g, ; op. 



. 



[ 



i t* 



H 



\i you warit a K fabd bourse 



;• 



bE§ MOINES iPIJ 

. ■ « 'I i . ! : ' 



if von Waitt 4 go )d-bbokkwj <>ror fckenograpftercall on tlje I 



■REOTOB1T 



Inokkeeping/^liorthantU telegltnphy, ppnipai 



COLLEGE uihsuitjyou 



WA BUSINESS COLLEGE 



G1 



<iiip or nunmon 



3L 



branches 





— ... si^ejj 



{ 



Tui^ 




Mos 



r 13esir 



ujlk gAy- for! Best 



MAkt'^TURI|N^ 

M i [ M _, 
i Facilities 



f^ 



ISociIl,! Business and Educa'. 

vantages,; Etc.' 

i > • i 

' ! ■' "I I" ' ■ 

' I I ' ;' : • 1 * 



Thousands sire loca 
annually* lor busuu 



homc%s,lbcduise t bf oui 
beau lv|i)f'l!<)(l:itio!), on: 
educjj itinnal advantage s lis Svc 
count; <n' our (jonimen 



asure 



i(.rc seek'nk - 
health, wtfiflth and pl< 
tidehtlv that mi port! 

other eount'rv oilers i: 

' ' ■•] I ii * - ; "- ' i ■•' 
and to all ir<>od citizen:* we e.V 

r ■ ."r > - 

welcome. , 

)j i . • 

Deis Moirjes.bv it 



natural audi acquired jidvahtiges, i 
steady 'persevering kverk, and faith 



I AND, 



3S 



II 



; in 
ahd ; 



BusiNES 
Induce*: 



OR 



NES9 
I UTERES 

EN r is TO 



n 



Deti 



Mohims 
permanent 



heuitifilui climate, 
• Social 



? 
n of 

reater I 



, mJmvl and' 
II an. on ac- 



ial Hupijenjacy and 
nc\y iobaiiouti for 
we Bay cjon- 
this or any' 
uducemehtp; 
lend a Heart}'. 



nanle iii re-si dimt di 
metjiods hi )! general 
J particular ibjdljtie 



by Our enterprising <• 
its wayintji its ^presei 
uuinbeiinj; 

timkU ; ,c()iiu'{iii[|r three 

rv 



ljesijiity' of ! location, 

and the 

Hhowii 



but the gr<bw 



tU of the 



to lWKVswiHJ 



are-aloT fifty; 
theljunctfon 
cooij riversj 



rivers; Iwt 

heavy tjm 
3 



39 lK* 



jl 



y 

h 



niai||jn(jlvtiutajj*B. Th -j yicifejis'q from 1 1880 
was|l!K)per ce[it. \ The qjty contains an 



.oSvn by tile 



tizeilsl has! forced 
t proijniiience-no^y 
iple 
land 



wh] 
TUi 



'l\U produe 



and 



drainage, ai 



the city 1 
be in 



It 



nor 

St, 

Iovi 

in t 

blu( 

the 



;jiy ii 

g : -:J58in' 

-■• .( i 

ll\V(jSt o 

'aiili ant 

approaches; it 
' '' r ijf tin 
region, 
i'l nehh 



I)(^|M(iin|;H-jiH to 
arid-\v< 
■Alii grei 



(iei tor 



In 



)V careful esr 



foi r square .Wen. 

i l I i: ' I • * 



lof 
)brc 



ehalf toe^acli 
j:toi;)L- None of the 

adopted ..to boonr- 

}* 1 I 

ive lieon employe d 

(fityj is due to its 



L'ljease, froji 
'I euHua re 



portH; 



lying at 



of the ph iMoiries and Kac 

i.L ■' X'l .!. x f y ■-■ [ ■ -T . , 
wlnchj fare bordered; 

tliehjlls and bluffB 



oft 



ln fc r 



ext( 
growth 



h 



ing 
ter 

* 

test 
ests 



ie c|»n't( 

grisH. 
xreait co 



Res 



Than 



dknce in Iowa — 



iCai'i 

V ' ' 

ONAL 



SPORT ATI ON 
tl'ALlSIS— 
AiD- 



CH ;^n e 



agreeabJej; aff( 



chriK(j i;radualU r from theKe ; rivers. 



!fect at once pleasing 




ling also the 'best of 
,cing' to the health of 



rom 



roa< 

jto.» 

|mai 

haH 

tionkby'wlii 

eve 



econie 
ufacturtngicity 



Bevcmtd 



s'hy'w 
v com 



tirade reaches out to 

ty 'ftountKr iii tli( - Ltat ", ami no portion 

ie state isovej- in bours away, mak- 

ent market for a large 



thiB'the|c({av( 
nt, 6! territory 
in t ie,vol(i 
reliability of 



i f 



:ch[% 



.■ii 



colnpeting cities, 
i Chicago, 8ii(i niilea 
is, jii;d 2!)7miloH from 
polij)," and no city in 
in Jize. The city la 

at' corn, belt and 

in the midst of 

owa. 



gr< 



iml 

day 
be 
ites^ 
west of Chicago. ft. 



the great<ist rail- 
Ijeve, is destined 
commercial and 



m diitercnt: railroad', connect'* 



■IV 



'fhe tjtuady, rapid 

ne, of trade, th<; grow- 

conveui.ent charac- 

(|>f the bi|sin'eBJ5 bunjoftlie city al} at- 

thesolit it} old ir < ommercial i^iter- 

and gui .ra,iiteer ( ur future prosperity.* 

ltflteoVEMENTS. 

ie impn.veWn ;n during the last year 
hav<[ been a|) riipi i, (hat ! Borne, even of our 

I I ' 
i 



34 



DES MOINES DIKECTOftY. 



citizens, fail to realize the 
The suburbs of a year ago h ive^ become 
more, closely a lied". with the central part 
of tlie city, while the business portions 
have become more metropo Itan^. i The 
.amo\mt expended in general and public 
was $1,820,97& besides $1,- 
»d for new residences. 

mportatit public improve- 
projected thi|r year may 
beautify- 
estimated 
jeost&f $l25,U(|o. The City jcjouncil has 
prdered about twelve mildsj 



improvements 
7M,(&0expciide 

Aii ong the i 
men; \ already 
be nvntioned he grading uju, 
ing (.' the capitol grounds at an 



and extensive additions to the 
Electric railway are assure! 



nvay now lias 



more than f< 



>r 



\\mi in operation, .with, she 



of brick 



paving and cement curbing fcr this year, 

Sines of the 

This rail- 
;y m\\ek of 

rails and 
•Unusually * complete equipment, .jand is 
jregarded by experts as one .>jj the tinest 
blants of the kind in the, United States, i 
] Whichever way yon drivtj activity and 
insist ry prevail all over the jolty. Build- 
ing is progressing in earnest] and the tine 
blocks going up in the city proper are 
beiug supplemented by a lar^e number of 
residence • buildings' in the suburbs 
*Jlfcere is scarcely now a good; vacant store- 
room in the city; the buildings are all 
jioeded, and more must bo built to ac- 
commodate the growing demand. 
! Houses fo rent were neverj scarcer, and 
maty people -Who have heretofore rented 
dre .mying de Arable homes. j The! people 
oi >es Moines have good! grounds for 
the J faith, in the city, tor the amount of 
bill-Hug that is being done ^it' the present 
tin';,' is simply wonderful. New 1 resi 
ae\ es are going up on every hand. No 
ina\ er what part of the city you; go into 
'3thi; souncLof ihe saw and hammed greets 
iyol ,j ear, and j you see the bjusy workman 
jen^uged' In building houses] ' 

} . t ny of the improvements this year 
jia|e been in the outer portions, suburban 
or hew residence parts of tlie city, so that 



;i«-gre"-ate. I in the progress of their erection 



has jnoi been seen by the genera 
ere is every 



ements in 1391 will exceed thbsi 



Des 



indication 



the work 
publicj 

■ : ;l 

that the 



i 



'and th 
iniprov 
of any previous year. 

SPECIAL IMPROVEMENTS. ; ;| 

City grading, curling and 

paying......,.!.: '.' doi,90&.47 

City bridges, repair's etc. .... ]25,224.()S 

City se verinsr and ottierwork 
no '; previously enumerat- 
ed :.' ,k 



44,247.00, 
90,00000 



Des Mdinps Water Co. exten- 
CDsiqns, standpipe etc 
Des J\Ioines Water Power Co. 

da li, buildings, etc 110,000.01 

Des! Moines Street Railway 

jCbL extensions ofl tracks, ■* 

power house etc .1 ■> $48,^5,0j) 

Capita; City Gas Light Co. 

.extension of mains and 

electric lines 



MoinesEdisou 



ni Union Telephone Co. 
r \ tensions of lines. . 



? ht Co. 
extension bf electric lines 
I Centra 

I e 

! American District Telegraph 

| .Co. extensions and jm- 

! pr )vements 

Western Union Telegraph 

■I Cc . improvements ...... 

State Agricultural Society, 

new buildings. . .j 

State Fair Grouiids, .new, 

buildings by exhibition 

State; Capitol,, gradlrg and 

ot'ier improvements .... 

Unitec. States Court House ' 

and Post Office, improve-' 



mmts 

Dqs Moines Zoological Gar- 
dens, iniprovemebts . . . 

Raiirbids, new tracks', siding 
etc i 

Grading, and sidewalks in 

iUw additions..; , ; . 

i ■ ' - 
Ceme it walks ■■■ 



25,000.00 
20,000.00 
21,700.QO 

20,000,00 
20,000.00 

i],6ooi0o 

10,000.00 

20,00'0.00 

I • ! 

■i 

8 f OO(f.OO 
12,000.00 

123,000.00 

i ■ 
1B9J0OO.O0 



iaQ,ooo.oo 



v 



I! 



ighlarjd 



buildings, • oj 



app 
Dr^ke 



iratjis etc 
I • Diversity, 



Bird So 
irocker 



uolr- 



CO* , MOTES 



Park 



J DES MOINES , DIR 



J 



.\2s'D SCHOOLS. 

I iCdllege, 
jiiipments, 



» meats:. kl . . 



improve-. 



lool 

Schiol^uljl tjqii 
SJraniSphonJajftiitjiW 
$ashfotfonj School 

TkwilUnlefSl'HK)!,!! 



J ments.. 
tigli- Schbo 



£ast.Si 

|iist;'si(i 
'"% ineiits., 
CJreenwood 



addition 
vements 
'mpr-qye- 



J 



k\School$, 



improvement 
i6bl . 



Park Aye in 
Luke Park $( 



Forest 

if iM 1 
tyklfuid. Sc 

apital 

; iiiu 



ricAne Spc 



'entra' 



Far 



l.opl 
Scli,()t 



I ■» : 



(iii 



•ark 



School . . . 
hqol. 



r 



improve 

- ■ < 

toibbcl... 



liool, ' addi.- 



cuujtOHUS, kt» 



rch 



i ^ 



st roc 
i.Placc 



t. 



C|.:ii. 



Pleasai 

Jhiyersityl ( 
Universi 
3jxtu Preslljyteri 
5;-X'ottag< forov 
St.Jbuu's iji therataana' Par 



my ,P t.cfe,. .j 






o 



l,conipi.'.i 

i .1 



,oiie 

or 



CM 



w 



au. clill :*crli 

c Avenue. . 



sohag^, Sixth 



fc venue. 1 .. 



St\ Ambr^t 1 1 Church. . .^ 
Jhurch of the Visitation, 

East Wnl ni^t, ivfcreet 

Fjrst lu. Pi Chunlll; improve-' 

'•. mentsj Sever thj street.'. 

iglj landmark Ifrejsby^erian 

church, Highland! Park. 

\\ M. !('. A) ouildii g ! (expend- 

'ed 180)) Grilio^ avenue 

^ermjin j.utlieran cliurchj, 

l|astyinth^tre'et..L!l;. 
tfetliodisi 
street , 



chufen,, \]fi} 



on 

i 



2i4,cpo.qoi 



LOjo.do 

16,1 6.00; 
15,^91.00 

S,i9iqo 
b,i>oe .oo r 

b,2Cl.OO 

i : I ' . " 

, y»\ '• ; ' 

.!$oo.<ta 

i;6o(f.po 

4o,boo.do 



1,000.00' 

lh,boa.oo 

i r ),boo.od! 

jJ5,boo.op' 



EOT 



> 



TRANSPORTATION 
bur railroads .is 



tarosp<;rjtj- 



H 



er 



. tiqns .which 
apital arjd 
atural "etc 



s: 

have been 
liGjrj ij xteus 
sides the 



trains, ovejr 
jiud leave 



RY. 



single 
lof 



ai c 



B*- 



iM 



skilled hbo 



FACILITIES. 



35 



d i< » more than to 

enej the present 

Moinei. TJW attrac- 

qur Cltf presen ;s to enterprise, 

r, wifh all her. 



nents )f. prcdhictive wealth,, 
c.eveloptjd to i, ^reat extent by 
jve sysien oi' railroads. Be- 
ilinmRiise liirii )er of freight 

ninety nasseiger trains aVrive 
tlie c ty flail^y. 



r l|h(! Clifcagc, Hock Island 
Railway rckchpd her,< "hi 1807. 
of thb ^i*alid<tr>ink lin,es of 



& Pacific 
It is one 
the state, \ 



aiid ; hmksl among the f. rst roads in the 
■ Union-. 



Tht 
know 



' in a Ui 




I)e|s J ^Moines' Valley,, formerly 
u as t le Keokuk & Des jVIoines and 
I)es iIoine!i,& Fort l)odge reads, is one 
. i. -^ J pri icipul bra iches of the Hock 

Ml is one <J)'' fli(^ inostj important 

sojit'i liries ojf the Htatc # 

< i s, lutliauola & Missouri, 



>-J 



riiterstt & ^outh- 

i 

•f |tlie Rock Island 



Ch ca^o. |Rurli ngton & ( Quincy ib! 
of -'th 3 greatest trunk lines of the 
i a!i\d s owned aid operii.tf.d by one 



i 



of .wje'sterri corporations, -f 



thiest 

Ipes Moinefj . direct connection.' 

Si Ia uis as well a s 1 Chicago. 

e! Des Moines! & Kansas City road is 

inch. of'the| Chicago, Hjirlington & 

dxiends §! ram Dm Moines to 



cy, at d 



it<j)ii,^ »t'J Joseph & Karisai Cit; 



ago & Noithwestern t'as the 
)f the great trunk linen to connect 
the X liibm PaoMc at Co ;r;cil Bluffs 
It is;a string cdmnetitor foj- passenger 

* ' usmessl' 
; ^lle WaUsh, S(t. llouis & Pi.-ltid affords 
direct linep {o St.iLoujjs.and %i>'. E 1st. 

i is the 



■ | Aij. important branc^i of this r-.a 



oines & North we -tern, which ex 



j tiirb xkh the north 'vt^Htc 



of I )wa, i idking tributary til " 



rn ( 
J 



ounMes 
itensive 



£6 



DES iflOINES. DIRECTORY. 



I 



wheat: lowing regions of Minnesota and 

pakotaVJ • , ' ; 

The & LoijiH,*Ded Moinefe & [Northern 
.8 another brfinch.ofjthis same lfne which 
•uns north tojlioonej , lj 

The Chicago, St. PauPcvj Kansas City 
extends "from Chicago alid ! St. Paul 
through the state from nort least to south- 

fwest. j : ! , 

1 ' The Des Moines, Osceola & Southern is 

fa line ipassing southward; to' St. Joseph 

land Kansas City.' j 

[ The ^Chicago, Milwaukee «fcj St. Paul j 

jenters the city by short connejction over 

j another line. . *■ |j 

j these roads afford shp:sfrKK3j different 

I and ! distinct outlets My rail, and these 

i t * ' 

I outgoing roads ho intersedt others as to 
j afford quick and direct communication 
I with the ninety-nine countiesj of Iowa, 
I and the country at large. These lines are 
! . developing some of the Mchetjt agricul"' 
tural Regions tributary to Dcjs Moine^ 
and gainer here an immense and growing 
traffic. ! The facilities this sysfejin gives to| 
wholesale interests, manufacturing, coal 
mining lumber,, stock ajid gjrain ship- 
ments, cannot beiully estimated, but it is 
to be taken; for granted that ov.r citizens 
appreciate ' the great benefit! " derived 
from our railroads. The 

of road in the State, which ar.e» the 

national highways aerosJ the; continent* 
nearly fall reach Des Moi hes by main or 
connecting lines, and are among the bp'st 
' equipped in the country, as regards bifth, 
r<W beds and rolling stock, j 

COMMERCIAL AND MANUFACTURE 
1 LNU INTERESTS! ■ 

As a ; natural manufacturing ceuter, amji 
.as a distributing point D^s Moines 
possesses advantages unequaltd by any 
other western city. To make the place a 
great industrial center is i\n oliject wbich 
' engages the uuited efforts of her citizens 
Upon the manufacturing industries of 
a'cfyV primarily, depend* its prosperity, 



what/ are 
raw mate 



principal line.sj 
»;reat 



it two hundred - 
nany of them 



establishment! 'of ufauy 



more. Our fac- 



tories are shipping all over tiie vrorld., as 
our goods are ordered in .'arge quantities • 
from alj parts of the country. • * 



It ts of 



interest to know that 



terial 



its growth! and its metropolitan advance- 
ment. Commerce ahdj prosperity are 
supplemental and inter-dependent like- 
wisc> commerce and iudustry. ' 

The questions Wh^ch present themscilyes 
to the wide-awake business men are, 
| the facilities for securing the 
rialhmd for'shipping the'manir 
factored product, and what ls'the (extent 
of ' territory tributary from which the 
trade naturally comes? In reply to- these 
questions yon have but to consider oir su- 
perior transportation facilities in the many 
railroads reaching out irij every direction; 
also ehej.p fujd, good water power, cheap 
lands for the location of factories, oj* for 
residences for operatives, healthy olijnatc 
tow prieo of Hying, and building ma 
lis cheap as any place in the West. 

With tlie numerous: -railroad sykems 
intersecting the city anil coun'Wj like 
spokes in a wheel in which Des Moines 1 
iSj the hub, reaching putjby direct rbuhjs, 
to every point important to the minufaet- 
urer, , the city affords unparalleled 
advantage as regards transportation 
.faqiljties, The question of raw materials, 
is of course intiimJtely connected with 
that of transportation and tb($ advantages 

of Des Moines in that respect need no 

' i ' ' ■ ■ ' ! f- 
comment. : * •. < > 

j Des Moines has as prese 

ar.d tw<mt}]-tive fatwiek, J 

employing; large numbers of 'operatives. 

The suWciss i of the factories already 

established and tho rapid settlement of. 

the adjajeept countrv, are warrants for the 



in 



18110 



i! 



some; fifty new enterprises, mamifactories ' 
andmdusiries of many Uinds'lsoight and 
aetually.foiind ri location in Deri Moines. 
Ttiese 1 iucliide some' of thje larkcist : cap- 
italized! in jtltutions ^njthe city. /They ar e , 




des Koines 



i 

mean 



-backedi by. ben., ----.-' j 
faith in the progress ahd }he 
Dfejj ifioinea-fenciijgh faith 

mpriej 



knd energy in hk upbuil(ii(l 



OH anc 
th d; 
So iiinvea 



isj.mlaj 

new 

eapaC] 

.'iTho 



fe spirit - 

3%ellen.t 

council, 



import 

with .kk»piu£- t in an 



fuel isjtlijelleast of the 
Iwav t|if our metropolis, j 



Avliic 
bin, j 

Selec 



:, Hore Is'. found 
.of. tin* best coal 



! r<»r 



G 



Slack, 
•jut! 



jjVe'.bave enterprijsihd and pu' 
odl citipens who wll iugly donait 
site's (or faitorifes, and! ihe IciW. 
with ( ommendaljle UberalitAj remUs the 
taxes for .a p^rioo^f years tc a.l ftcitpriea 
employing ai cerfaiA iju nber Uppe^ives. 
It! is gratifying to do |: that |Deq Mpincjs 
'aug steady progress 11) seciirin'g 
industries, aid' in inbreasiniiL th'e 
ity of factories alueafly|here 

,f )AU 

matter pff-t'iieljjs one < 
nice that it alon 



"uihii 



has 



f so great 
bejm charged 



DIREOTORY; 



actual 



£ 



hip fu 

IV 

actbriod 
,cost. 
Dower 



jqrnpanson, is in 
one-fourth what it is in 
aas'Citf, and lcsi than 
St. Paul ;md Minnea 



ait of phelovvcost of 
as (brought many 



orfo.4 in thi i east 

iM'causei! poplil jint lie pfocUred'in the 
..wtataia reasohab e priceJJTpis Cannot 
' be.- saul oi'<| Des Moines 



The matter of 
diflieuWies in the 



iih inexhaustible supply 
the present price;: of 



in pes glomes, delivi 



re as follows: 
ed lijuip, tiff 
ixratcjs, etc 
lump, tor 



used' 



to 



liii Mings, 



Tin higleA 



lump 
durjn 



If- 



$ (luces 
'good 'k tlie 



used 
e city, 



coal li 
tlie! 



as Ijt 
past 



v 



....... 

)er|t< li. 
Careful sei'entiiK'l tests show 



louljj ;o have 
acity, o.\\i 
L ,tlutt i'lft 1C 



It ife 



our manufa'c^u fens testify 
iroiluction of j ste [in \ it pro- 

.' 'J * l«' | ! : ■ 

resat* w.tliin 7 to *5 percent, as 



that article 

I |Th|, eost 



1)3 



red in the 



very be| 



< 



lrnaces 

lie 



at I School! 
by (?V<[ry -factory 



.50, and JUS 

price at which the best. 

li • 'i i i : ■ v 
sold in I»es; Moines 



ure.. 

cail 
(Vie iisvo'three 
>lants . 



#!J2^"r.i0r ton 
$.00 



.25 



U 



ijfectf d 
biuci's 



two I winters, iis 



k 



IT 



per cent. 1 of 



the! 



1 es 



cheapejflj 
miist I) 
oi'filel 



mn'p coal 



than natural 
s piped any 



for 



steani p 



.$2.50 



i 

our t cent 



eatin 



<r 



iM 



where, 



distaha 
lrposesj by 

:>■■ j! ' 



Omaha 
-fifth 
polis. 



one 



fuel 



in Des ^ 
industries hpre 
iftc| wiljl1>ring a multitude moj're 
Electric po\tref tor 



\\kTE& POVVER. 

laws of Iowa' (ipnler ^:he 
upon water pov;er iinjirov 



« 



Des M oine i 



and 

w 

The 



hft 



lie obtaiiied jat i| ver> 



ectric 



ligh 



37 



but 
Kan- 
it is 1 
very 
oines 
In the 
in 
Hinall 
lo\y 
and 



raofit 
(ment 
lower 



ponies. | They havj the Kituie 
road companies to Conjlemn land 
i rjj»hi 'of way fir canjils, water- 
•tiu^t ingB and ^)ther |necewKary^ 
Des ?Iojnes holes the Scepter for i 
iij Water power in the State. The 
moin'eiiriver Ili'Ws throimh the 
» of t) e city, giving her anoaet and 
jide, ihijB furriisiiiiig u^ the very 
<)f ivfuter. An Organization was 
la*t year, krpwn ak . the Des 
Wi i ter P6 we \ Co ra pany , w h o 
a splendid new idaijiiacroHe the 
pines river, at d. enter Htreefi, four 
hiiiidijed and Bixw fopt loiia having a 
fall Of ei^rit feet. JThe/| also (built a new 
power' house where this waterfall iB 
utilized in i the production ' of electric 
of ifiteea hundred horse power, 
-.can 3e increased to a 'maximum 
rjty-r vo hundrec I This is used in 
rOdiution yl li^ntjbotb arc. and 
descent, and for running the. hia- 
•y ^t factories and is amply 
cient'fsr all tin I factories which 
lie built on both sideB < f t)ie river 
nei diatatiee, g ving employment 
juaqds, and proptable investment 
> ca litalt j The east'sjide of the 
paving tlii, pa lie powdr is now 
und n 'esentd a re re opportuhitv to 
mar ufacturing enterpi'ises also. 

1890 rACTOtlY FRO DUCTS. 
Theifoljc wing table gives the value of 



& 



DES 



MQlNES DIRECTORY. 



manufactured products -during |l890 to- 
gether with the increase ever the pre- 
vious year. Thefce figures vere (Collected 
with great care, and may lie considered 
correct, as they were compiled from tlfr 
boo|ksof;the manufacturers, j 

| t Ainoujjit iiieroasi 

j product 



J 



Artificial limbs § '5.:} 



d oyer J 881). 
10 $! ' 1,500 



d stone j . . 



Art 



icioods (new). . 



r>*k) 



Agricultural ■ steam 

bbileri I.. - 3S,0l)0 

Barbed wire 525,( 00 

Boiler and iron work 

(u o t ill) c 1 u d i \\ g 
• foundry or ma- : 

chine, work). . . . . . 

BlKnk j books and 

binding (included 

in pribtinuV. ..'... 

Bottling] Works ■ .vJlOO 

Brooms ' i. 17, 

.... 5. 



5,200 



177.2 10 [ 29,540 



Broom Holder 
Brick 



* " r /"• 

Butcherjs' Blocks, et<v 
Hee hivj'samt apiary 
supplies-. . 



;jod 



K> 



°00 
000 
300 
TOO 



10,000 

■2,200 

2,00(1 

S0,83«' 

400 



121000 



vJ 



Brass hnd jrhn spe- 

uialtjy ; wo; k. 

BicyeL/s, etc j 

Hooks jaw .ami mis 



:siU 



o 



">(> 



ceiliUleoii^ 

Boiler ic'omp*. und . . . 
Coke s ,.........;.. 

Corn i ,<\ galvanized 

hoi '■ etc.. 1 . 

Cjieiifroal and phar 

maeeutieaJ goods 
Carriages, w^otc, 

etc j 



15,800 



.000 



,000 



0,750 

3,300 



Cement ana concrete 

wor^.' 
Coffee* and spices. . 

Cotton | 

(.'hums 

Carbonate 

Dyeing 

Kxcelsior 

Electrical, applianpes 

Extracts, 

etc 

Flour 

Feed 

Foundry 

chine \\ 



perfumes, 



'I 
and nla- 

ork . . . 



Furniture and ;u 

hoist cry goods. 



new 



f 



Furnace* 

(rlovcs, rjuttons.eju 



,01)0 ; 5.000 



11 

2 ,000 

sv,ooo : 

" . ! 

'I! ',000 j 
253,000 . 



Oig:irsj... .1 21f),70(). 

Coal screens ;un| 



iron work . . . 
Con feet ioi ey . 
Corn nieal, etc. 



J 



34 



l,i)5() ; 

.000 I 
2,040 ! 

Cooperate 10 7, 500 j 

Cracktlrs . . i 275,000 j 



2,000 

j 8,000 

17,000 
20,000 

2,400 

120|000 

5*400 

21,500 

35,000 



Hams cured . . j .1 

t 

Harness, saddler 

,.,d.. ,,....... 

Hats and caps.,.-, 
.lewelrv ........ 

Knit go() ( ds 

Lithographing. . 

Linseed [oil, 

Malt... J 

Marble and 
woi|k 

Mill furni: 

Mlllinerv, 

| bing tTjid 

i 
Medicines, 

ta'ry .' J . . 

Oatmeal.. , 

I ' 

Office (i".\f 



y. 



granite 

: jv ■ 

ings i-'tc 
for job- 

j 

i 

propric- 



136,000- 

4^200 
03,750 

1,850 

tiooo 

£4,500 
1(),000 
31,000 

I 
N 5(1,750 

.124,(100 

8j5,750 

142,200 

i 
450,320 
51,000 

M .i 

2&000 
21J2,5()0 

307,000 
lftDflO 

oiooo 

3,700 

41,000 

387,50() 

12 ? 000 

113,500 
,105,000 

175,0(10 

! i | 

i 310,000 
155,000 



ires land'i 
planing nill pro-; 
ducts 



Prejervjes, 
new 

PJlOtogi'ip 

plates.. . 
lints'.,. . . 



je lies. 



limps 
mill 



icrs dry 



and ^ywiiid 



11 



8,000 



14,700 



! 4,500 
37,200 

[80,000 



68,000 
65,200 
31,250 ' 

475 
4,500 
6,000 
5,000 
, 0,000 

7,750 |( 
'14,000 
, 6,750 

28 700 

i 

7&,oop 

23,000 



1 23,000 
62,500 

7,000 

8,800 

8,.$00 

,i- 2,000 

77,500 1 



:: 16,000 
20,000 

' • , ' v 

j 20,000 

j 

: 80,6(l0 



29,2.10 

14,700 

' 500 
7,100 ■ 

34,300, 



* 



photoengraving. 
Peanut roasters*. 



*> 



'rinting..... 

'aperlboxes, 

.eu\in!printj 

'lows. 1 ... ..! 

Scales, | new 1 

Shifts.;. 



DES 



MOINES 



rl' 



(loop: 
35,000' 
! 7.7,560 



/6rk.^ackinjB;i..^'-^i3l4250 

1 4* 



....... 1,22T(,050 

includ? \ 

*'■#»■• • *'• • • • t 

1^,500 
' ' 0,000 



DIREGrORr 



ng.... 



* SrU "• • 



l%| and 



h*3 • * * 



sjalned 
SoaiV.... 
Stone (hitting 
Starch i . . . . 
Springl bet 
kro^3,"etj; 
^{iiiijps, stenje 

pneri 
P»1tf 

afei 



Shoo u 

i 



Sewju 
Shears 



Sum" ary- l'u 
rit(jcK !<•»()(! I 



cutler} 
ary- furniices 
(new) 



mat 



Is, t 



t( 



Trufrkj?.;/. 
ty-nts, !nwni|igs, <. 
■Via >#} r, pie. 



Wa 



lie's, 
liiiis^ maehiiieli 



eh iraods 



iM<v!<1 icarvi 



W(x|l 

VH' i -■ t- 
1 Mjisiye 6f'f 

thH-... -.'. 

Wliite bronze mo 



k w-\*- 



urini 



-j 



(»( 



tl 
a 



Med 



t 



S .°te > 




r 



lj),500 

4<j,oqo' 

2i),000 

43,000 

'463,750' 

9 



ROOO 
3,000 

io,opo 

10,000 
10,001 

12,50( 
01,001 

9,000 

400,001 



ijooo 
5J000 

,11,56 

58p,25| 

81,45 



-r) 



2,500.. 
3,000. 
2.50Q 



3,5( 



:1.1k 



>i*i« 5 !^ r^cpnt]} 
li|v{' ju|(lod seyerll 
latj<jiyand will* 01 
siipjmri andVmaint 
tilal chisses in,tlje 
a , IowaKs Capital 
Ito 



Mil 
>r 
ji 



1 sea 



eirtor 
Ijeir 
nm 
8&011 

<i<thiMi-ost. 

J. 1 



y what the 
fajit natural 
I be— i;he'lea< 



eHtablishejl he:*e 
tho^ijsand to tile pop 



man 



e importance of 

aiid aie deU'rmiu 



7,61 I 

' Mf ; 
d2,0( 

]2,|)( 

14, M 

■ ! !l,2( 
!5,0( 
10,01 
J0,0< 
4,5(j) 








t) 

to 






50,0(0 



4,000 



4',25( 
85,00( 



'4,156 



Among 



71 itf, 

1 

,10,000. 



jdi 



049.9-1 



tile 

4 



tribu e largely j to tl^e 
Miance of 
future. T 
ai e tli 3 rough! y abyake 1- 
ilfacturii >g 



3 



favc r ible Id caji^n ai d 

resources indicate it 

'1 



ingNndust'iaj jcerit 




dfej.ma1:o 



ng the industries thai 

1 i . "I ! "I 



are needed and! for.; the , manufacture 
of whfyty Deis Moines his well adapted,, 
may be mentioned the {following: 
I Agrieulturil ipplerhonts ofj all kinds, 

■ brushe i, basl ets, bags; beet, sugar, bootn 
niulHhoi'sj, c Mining of vegetables, earri- 

jUXV i : Idjtional), cotton goods (additional), 
door ..< d \\xji dow screens, lire brick, jlolir 

| (additional), feed ajiul. mill ;stui^s (Mdi; 
tional), 
mittcjm 



i 39 



filmilure (additional), gloved and 
(add tional), glue, ink, knitgiiods, 
linei^ gt>ods, lier-cliii.nt.iriiii, nails, overalls, 
organs, pap ^r— -print and wrapping, 
pumps add! iona'l), pressed brjfk (i.ddi- 
tional), potteries (additional), 'paints (ad- 
ditional), rolling 'inills, sOap (additional), 
starcli ;■{ :.idditioi^i|), jstoyes, tanneries, tin- 
ware, t jols, ti>ol handles, twine and rope, 
terra sotta; * varnisb| window slMides, 
wooden! wart, wire 'goods, 'etc, j 

^ilOLGSALE INTERESTS. 
Nexflfto ir manufacturing "interosts 
)lesalis 'busiiefcS inmost important 



the wh 

to the (<j)mm|ircral «To\vth r of the city. 

The )|ride;>f anvjcity is its ('ommerct'. 

Let a c ty become a distributing center of 

large ( tnihti ies of merchandise desired 

by the )eoplc, and'the foundations of its 

i •* j 

prosperity ape dee])ly 'laid. Commercial 

s^premacA r , except in the l preselicc of 

great ant ur 

factujring suij>renia( y. 



will, w t tioiit 
predecjt8or8 



usual factors, means man'u- 



The ' ^g^eatjwt advantiiges 
greijtf cities d t\\ ,x - ^ 
fact tlii k 






wjlicli tin* 
\\ l orld present mj the 
■.tiie^l are khe iehtrepots ,of trade. 
Buyers -frequenl | their \ marts and take 
from - titan ' gooffs t^Jsupply the wants 
of jMnkind. This being so the factory 
musj' be, tj^ere to furnish the goodn re- 
quired by tli • meichaht. ' 

AVith t. knowledge of this great law' of 
bu8j.n^s notl ing can be abetter prophecy 
of the jirospprouBj future of Des Moines 
thau the steady growth of her jobbing 
trade, whicli is increasing rapidly in all 
directions ye ir by year, and the year 1801 



as to the 



4oubt, far eclipse all of its 



vcjilume of business 



■u 



DES MQINES DIBECTORY. 



transact kl That Des Moines 
into pro whence as; one of 
coriiWi " lal cities of th,e Wes 
.due ltd I; ^wholesale trade, 
nesa ce tor, no city in the 
compar$ with her as evidei c 
atatistict of business for 1890 when com- 
pared witli other cities of Iowa. 

The Jobbing trade' of Des Moines" in 
189(1 exceeded that of 1889 b)j $4,9(>6,4r>l, 
and amounted to $28,748,741. : It 



has, grown 
;he leadiqg 
;, is iargejy 
As a b up- 
state can 
c;ed in tile 



employs four hundred and fifty traveling 
'salesmen. A detailed stateiient of jtlie 
lined of trade, the amount | of business 
transacted and 'the increase oyer the. year 
.188!) in each is given herewith for tlje 
year ,1890 i ] j • ' j' 

VliaijiEsiLE BUSINK^S-l'.WO. ",i 

j I ' | ' Ann; unt, tncmine. 

Agricultural imp's .... $2,782 550 $304,000 

Agrieultujral steam boil- .'; 

tjrs...U... ; 3lj,000- 18,000 

Alcohol and liquor (es- 
. timate). 40(),000 175,000 

Barbed wire . .'. . . . j . . 525,000 /...!*.. 

Brie* ... « L . . 30(1,380 80,836 

Books and stationery.. 503,000 ; 7fi,000 

'Bropms^nin factories) 17,2u0 2,200 

Boots, shoes and rub- > 
bqrs . . > 

Butler, cheese, eggs 

Butchers' toojs, etc. . 

Coke..' 

Clothing 

Carriages, etc., (inde- 

. 'pendent of imple- 
ment houses). . .;. . . . 

China and glassware. . 

Cnjekerf.... . .. 350,000. 110,000 

Coffee, tjpices, etc ..... 391,200; 05,200 

Oi<jars . i 320,850 60,000 

Commission and pro- 
duce..... 084,840 126,970 

Coal, hard and soft <ex- :j j, 

elusive local mines). 107,000 17,000J 

Cqal from mineH (ex- j 

cess ^ocal trade) .... 1,064,085 63,785 



700.000 ; 110;000 

U 50,000 300,000 

25,000 15;000 

21,000 .. ;'.... 

03,000, ,21,000 



187,500; 
1552,000; 



41,000 
27,000 



Confectionery and can- 



actories) 398,000 114,000 



115,000 ) 7,500 

5^,960 1(6,790 

387,000 it 0,000 

■31,0001 1 6,000 



die? (from 

Dentt.1 and barber sup- 

■ r, i 

pilt S. ..,.,., ......... 

Drugs and chemicals'.. 
Dry goods (hot includ- 
ing notions). l . ,..'... 
Elect -ical appliances. . 
Extracts, essences, etc. 
Earthenware. 
Excelsior 

Feedl 

Flout . , . 

Furniture. [ . J . ." (205,000 jfe8,Q00 

Fran es,mouidings,ete. 25;10() [j 5,200 
Groceries. | . . . . .... 

Glov >s and nlittens. 
Ilams, our,ed 
Harness, saddles', etc 



50,750 
•67,560 
,10,000 
85,000 

■I * ,4 



7,750 

1,260 

5,000 

$9,200 



5f7,8(jtf 139,000 



■Han| ware 
Hay 
Hide 
Ice. 
.lew ' 



8,9^9,000 , 4f?5 

37,00a 
ai2,r;o$ i 

I 313,700 
I .555,000. 
275,000 



,000 I 
000 ! «• 

500 ; ' 



sand (Tallow 260,000 



1 0,000 
640,000 
i05.000 



lry, watohes, etc. 
Loajher and findings.. 

Lunlber..!.. <■ 901,500 

J/imk| cement, etc : jU 1,000 

Mali. ....!.. ' 7" 12,000 

Mill furnishings,, etc. . ' . , 290,000 
Medicines, proprietary 
(ijiot included in drugs) 303,000 
nd /fancy ' i 
including ■ ; '' 
.......... .'j {825,000 

1 furnish- ) ; 



10 000 

(>0>000 

73,000 

5,000 

3,000 

5,000 

30,000 

04,000 •' 

151,000 



Cf; 



MiHineryl 
gocjds (pot 
notions) 

Notion "" 



>Lions 

1£T iJO 



an 



T 



hg.^oods 337,000 

■* "" i "'' 1 ' -. . - [-155,000 



mealj. 



Oa 



Oils (lubricating and. 



iis I 
ifcliii 



miiiatng).... ..' ! 1,422,500 

Oi s(linsee<h..... ... \\ j. 387,500 

Pr >serves, jellies, etc.,' I 

Jfromjfarttory) A...-. 14,700 
Packed pleats (no} in- f 

tludinig c ured ifains) 2,651,25( 
Pijiijts, glak etp, J . .... 70,25( 
Photographers supplies | 76,00 
Powderj blasting and '. 



30,000 
98,600 

'i f 
-35,000 

v 

70,000 



200,000 
' 77,500 

14,700 

530,250 
7,000* 
6,000 



sporting. 
Prnt piper j 

ntin'g pastas; typo 

And inachi n ?ry .' . , .' . 
Scrtes(frpn iactorieB). 

Stock fW ( " " )■ 
Suspenders 



Seeds; 
Soap (jfroni 
^Subscription 



SI 



ow 



glass, etc 



M 



IINES 



factories), 
uoolds.; . 



cascsj Brined 



Starch 
spring 



(fro'iiifac 

bee. and 

•j 

tresses! 

fee rap. iron ind fteel 
TrunkWom factories) 
Vinegar, pieklfs 
HVrappinlg nqpe} 



. ); . 



ories) 
mat- 



etc. 



S 



oojon 
histories 
'asji]g ins - 
factories 

.• ' f I ! 

oast com 

■' ' ! 1 
' Total* 



iods 



siclii 



(ioi|)o 

5,000 

lhjooti 

5(>;000 
66i9(J0 
215,000 
40(^000 

1 'j 

■ ' r 

40,000 
468^750 

* 95,460 ' 

4f ,000 

'.10,000 

ioMoo, 
life ooo 



fjfroih 1 



'ado 



■in 1 1 ('from 



Dressed.' 



The clays t'f 



,000 



iO,000- 
' i8,500 



13,300 
4,500 

3.000 
'3,000 
10,Q00 
12,000 
■5,000 
74,500 

200,000 i 

i 

. i 

3,500 i 



7,(100 1 

4,<H)()j 

10,000! 

8ty05o|| 
lO,Q00j 



t « 

D"REC!TJ)'RY 



in a! i 

lys'ar 

latest 



■. 5.0,0'OOj ' : tic European- ( 



4,O0( 
f 2,50(. 



I 



r^te the; 
product 
i is also 



j...$28,84$,741$4,9Gu,45 

3laysi»- | ';, ' . .'■ 

uiwi in th<j> |iills in. and 
jbo(it| the 'my!'< dd 'no smajll jvaliU to thu 
industries ojf lie? Moines} aa evidencei 
ly oi If cxtehshejbrick yards, twejnty-nin|e 
ifi. r ii..imberj,aid the buildings; | of our 
it)-, small | aii l' j great, dthnonsf 
oxcellence an<t stability oil their 
A superior arti:le of paving brie! 
manufactured here, and ko grojit is the 
Jdejini nd for it (lat it 'is impossible for the 
iiiWuacturers to keep piled w[ith their 
orders,, No J ouly is cla^Hfoif tile marrjV- 
facture of .common bridle abundant,- but 
the finest <mal ty of Whit(| br u 3luwaiike.q'' 
Drick may i)e nadej in ouf vicinity. Fijte, 
clay abounds m connection with our coal' 
deposits, las yell as. the? best and .(Bibst! 
uablq of coal measure] claysj— potter'sj 
whicja is. found of aisuperipr quality 



41 



a\May. 'Ye' have the largest drain tile 
wcrks ii the state, a id their product is 
greatly ipprecialtjd )y farjmerg in every 
direction, and tils Is also, true of our 
ar , if icial stone ardieewerage pipe manu- 
factories . - Claysj: have been / tested which 
proved unexcelled for the manufacture of 
m neral paints; ' Actual experiment has 
ishown tia't all annual our city, near, the 
surface' >f the ground, there exists excel" 
le it clav, s.uitabll for the (finer grades oj 
brick ai d terra cXittal manufacture. 

Part'u s who inve made a study of 
the cenimic arts forjyoars, in the interest 
of) /term cotta manufacture, 'and' have 
the leading establishments of 



s prove thern of a finality {'qual to 



war 
id roi 
n'relv; 



where 
•■•irin^ip 
p ''culi 



1 to. mar 
sed " hri 
wares 



iportt 
pro* 
lj|)tt(, l n ; 
a'n sitf 

)\e fo| tlie* ins 
«, from 



i flay is manipulated for 

ir;)t)«»-i, d 'clare. t 'i "it <>u r 

krlv jittiMi for this work, 



lavs, iu horn-' lo.-alitie-; 

adul'acture the liin'r grade** 

ic|k, terra cotta and fancy 

In fact, there are more 

teen <li silncl varieties. of t-fay Hiiit- 

lUufac "life of all varieties 

the finest to the coarser. 



gher, an 1 these . be^s have ibeen 
ouchedjbutljlie awaiting the de- 

f|elopiijent "whirli. Will surely 'come to 

lieni in, the J'ut ire. 



Ifloineft, w 
pab 



xtensive 
■client | 



lichj 
e of! 
illd 



fro u hi 

J.T 



'1 




the 
■a and 



products o^; oq| |exted8iv(i potJ 
* x niarkets hundreds [of i > miles 



he f! 
:1 alid th 



fj>ANDS. 

deposit of sllicio.us sand 
(uality exists near Des 
las been proven, by actual 
mUking glass of superior 



lUking glass of ^ 
rjlliaiicy, equal to that 
.nd brought from' other 
net that the quality is'un- 
e quantity inexhaustibJe, 
liouldbei suiiicient inducement for the 
establishment of a. large, glass factory 
here i i th > nei r fiitiin*. The Bands lying 
n bat •■> along >ur ■ two rivers are , exten- > 
dvely used in '"he manufacture ofartiti" 
cialstone'y and for building purposes. 
I^OS'^ OFFICE. ' j 
Tho lihited States Court House and 



42 



DES llpllNEES. DIRECTORY. 



Post Olfflce in a fine 



structure built of 



Joliet fetone. three stories i/od baaeiuent 
and is occupied by the post office depart- 
ment and United State* Courts, and all 
Government officials residing here. ; The 
transactions of the -post office are a very 
fair inilex to the general business of a 
city, and the showing in the annual state- 
ment is certainly vcriv gratifying. ; 
The following report from Postmaster 

Brandt shows thei business .01 the Des 

* 1 I j ■ 

Moines post office for 1800. 
KKcuirrs. 

Stamps; envelopes, I ; 

postage, jetc., sold j *132|,2^5.27 

Box rent collected. , 1;,831.4() 

Domestic-, money 
or,d(jr l*et[s 

Foreign Uioiiey or- 
der tees; 

Postal 1 note fees 



i, 033,82 

120.90 
390.03 



Total... [ S135,G59.08 



1 i:\|mcnsi:s, 

fclerkjs pav roll ... . $21,800.32 

Letter earner's pay 
roll ...j x»-l/27:S.Or> 

Special .1 delivery! 
'■sertfic'ej I 218.U9 

Postmaster's salary,. 3,350.00 

Miscellaneous ex- 
penses, im-luding 
rent station A . . . . 



1.073.40 50.710.81) 



Net to (Jovermneiit $84,943.32 

Deposits received from sale 

1 
' stampsj,etc., and from oth- 
er offices j 39,470,82 

Cash; anil railway 
clerks,... 

'.MONEY ORDKK 



Domestic orders. 

Fees. 

Foreign orders. . 

Fees. j. 

Postal notes . 



postal 

, : 38,451.00 

m:siNi-:ss issrKD. 

.* 100,340.09 

19:5.82 

8,879.17 

120.90, 

... ...... 23,994.38 



Fees 



mm 



i * ^otaj...i $140,8 

' ! i 

MONEY OKDEIt BUSINESS. PAID. 

\ il I! I ;• ' 

Domestic orders. . . ' $440,0 

Foreign, orders. . \- ' . . .1 3,G| 

Postal n|otes Li.....09,l 

.. < !..|510,4«. 



Tot 



il 



1 



1.65 



119.99 

8.72 
>8.23 



Depositk from ' other money 

(offices...]..... ,.-,.. 712mci 

Excess .sent to New York.. 1 j . 382,5 "1.33V 

j KKmjvmtKl) LETTER de|«ahtmen' \l ' 
N 1 mi be r I pieces registered..! ,..,./. .2l$4Q- 

! I I j 

Number pieces received in transit. .5:1 ),7.47 
Number pieces for city delivery^ 1,872 

I Total..;;.:..:..,. WO?'., 

MAIMNJi nitl'AUTMKXT — AIM»H()XIM>TE». 

Number letters dispatched. . . |. .', 8,7l 7.304 

Number poKtaJs dispatched 1,3:0,784 

dumber 2dj 3d and 4th class dis- 
patc led 



94 



Total 
Number "of 



1,002,000 



11,1 



!>0J088. 



pounds of noyspa- 
pers fnjfnt publishers ! . . . 967,878 

B'jtKKj DELIVERY DEPARTMENT 

i(/ttersjdeljvered by carriers'.' . '3,0! 21,580 



^istals delivered by carriers 



Secom 
matt 



, tfiinl and fourth. 



class 



erjdelivered by carriers 1,528;844 



Registered 



Total, 



letters and packages 



)t),88t> 



delivered by carriers. 



Letters collected by carriers.. 
Local letters collected by car- 
riers.. .....-.'. 

Postals collected by. carriers 
Local postals collected by car's 
Second, third and fourth Class 
matter collected by carriers 



Total. 



5,1 

i if 



12.077 



09,990 
55,380 



5.5,085 

£30,599, 

02,095/ 

59,390 



ROX DELIVERY. 

Letters ana postal cards put in 



rf,lili ' 



boxes. 






t, 



2,)0G,77O 




Ps.cKag 




put hi boxjB, 
)lit in .boxes. 



DtlS MblN 

i ' 1 I 



L 



JENttKAI, OMJJY,KKY 



postal care 
f • • * i 



f p u $M 



667,58^ 

13,77 



s mreqtqry; 



2,<387,M) 



|ew d 

|ih. 

lL ; ott( 

era 



ette: s : im 1 postals 'putj in bdxes 



Lottc 



Sew 
in 



rs 
b< 



1 



STATION* A. 

1 ! 



iqprrs am 

30 ^!i.'... 



■s an 
16 

otlill. 

c 



1 Jmcftages 



u 



248,360 



1 post ah 
jvery 



)llt 



en- 




xes 



ITTAfSK (IHojj'.K ST A 

aijd postal put in bo: 

and jkeieTal delivery. . . .'-, 

ip >rs and" packages >ut I 

and general/delivery 

1 ' ' 

Ota] 



Total, -f 



ST 



• v 



184/.85 



ATION 11. 



' " -1 

ill f inn xe 



.ett'rsa id postalf* l^u 
andge ieral.del vt»ify 

jNexyspapers «*ind jparjkagt 
in box* sand iceneral d< 



iM 1 



•f07,8|)r> 



),2f).r 



clearance statements. ,Th)e clearances 
have so far tljia War sho\jn an actual In- 
crease from webkjto week of from twen- 
ty-five to| $fty per ' cent more. The. in- 
creiise represents an actual, increase in 
business; 1 Fori! a long tfime Des Moines 
.Kat been struggling upward toward the 
'.$1,000,000 porjKveek figure and this has 
no v beeti reached aiid pissed. 

< Jojmpatati ye j; statements rank us far 
in id'vantejof any city of the same popu- 
lation in Uhe west in number and 
amount Of si rplus deposits. - , 

! Ban its,-- -''he banks of Des Moines 
driw fro al tliei i principal mercantile and 
corporate institutions throughout western 
Iowa, and furnish ajsafe de- 

hoj bankers and merchants* 
es of central Iowa. They 



and nort ion 

isite for ' 
the taint 

arjc* ai follows; 

JitizeiiT ? 



jtal City, V'4* 
lies M6ine 






> «■ 



i ceived 

JTotlr ni 



re^ 



Totill number places mail 
for, 18!)0l '.'■.:[' 
mber pieces! majfl 4iis-'- 
p^clied for 1891) 

ITOAXCIAL iJNSTI 
iere| is no nioreljacnurHto 



: prosperity ior the refers^ i 
Mhe degree of actiijityj si 
ports, ofj the clearing hqus 



ai 



oines Natimljil, [Valley National, Capi 



Nation 



al, Iowa National, Des 



Htate u 
Mtfand $. 

Loan 
aire aHt 

diable 



*o 



whom are ( 



■luted t< 
Idiistrie 
Moines 

■I 1 



fits! producing ?iju|d 
4 are the jianikiug 
is cqmink td the 



12,047,0(50 

tionLj: ; 

Criterion of 
t ] any city 't 
own inftliG 
soclosld)' 
listrlbutiri 
icilities}. |Dps 
front in l£ 



ess. 
a iid Tn: 
\ *rui\ (: 
r, rustC 



;ompauy 



Mirii -«fc Aitchisbn, and the J 

Pdlk County, American, 

>les, i jMarliuiirdt, Home and 

k'eiliiie Sayintis Hanks. 

Ln ) [TnisT Com paniks.-- There 

\i 'number of strontr and 

>au- and trust companies, all of 

oingk large amount, of busi- 

y are as follows: Iowa Loan 

yqmp any, Central I^oan and 

ii(miJ)any,.Ne\y England Loan and 

empany, Becuritv Loan and Trust 



T 



Tht 



-Loan ah 



er's |I; oan 



! East( 
Ifound t 



Lewifl Investment Company, 



pott's Ijivistmeit Company, * D'cJb Moines 
,jmnaftl| fTrust) Company, Contiuoiita^' 
Company, and the Far- 



Trust 



rn 




and Trust Company. 
im4stors have universally 



hlei.r |#oh niade in I)e« Moine» 
isafe'ank s"cund, and to-day there is 'no 
other ci iy i n the west tha't stands so well 
with, a. )iti .lists p Des Moines. 

Home Issrit.>NCK Companths — There 
lift Jen institutions' including fire, life, ? 
^'toc|k •' a ur accident,, in addi- 



u 



DES MOINES DIRECTORY. 



tiontoan army of adepts representing 
every company, in good standing in the 
country. The strict insurance laws of 

. Iowa have tended to materially protect 
the policy holders in the companies doing 

% "business, under a state charier. The home 
companies are as follows: Fire-- Statt^ 
;Hawkeye, Capital, Des Moines, Mer^ 
chants and Bankers, Fidelity Mutual, 
Mill Owjners Mutual and Farmers Mutu : 
al. The life companies aretthe Equitable 
of 'iowaj, -'Bankers, Des Moines, ^Koyal 
Unioli Mutual, Odd Fellows Annuity,; 



Uut 
and St. Stephens Brotherhood, while the 
Northwestern Masonic 



Northwestern Live "Stork 

list. These companies reci 

urns lastj'year, nearly t\vo hiillion dollars, 

an increase of over a quarter of a million 

the year beiore. 



Accident and* 
complete the 
ived inpremi- 



.< 



Loan and Hr i i.di no ">s< 



ions- -We 



jc'fAT 

have a number of loan and building asso- 
ciations, strong organisations, who ace do- 
ing a good business and who have been 
important factors in building up the'eity. 
Through this means nianv who could not 
otherwise have been enabled to build are 
to-day iu the enjoym mt v of pleasant and 
comfortable homes of their own. The 
companies are iis follows : ( Iowa Savings 
and Loan, Ootti'.ge Home, j Iowa Deposit 
land Loan Co., ]i:>wa, Iowa National, Polk 
Countw Syndicate, and Union Loan and 
Building Association, j 

.REAL KSTATK. 

' I 

i The demand for real estate has been' 

and is now, good— the recorded transfers. 
fAr the year ofj 18SM) amounting to nearly 
■eleven millions of dollars >v actual com-' 
putation from Hie record, or about a mil- 
" lion -fier mionth. It is a v^etl known fact 
and admitted every. whi'Ve, that Des 
Moines real estate — botli} business and 
residence property —is -valued much lower 
than in any other city in jthe west. In. 
fact values are so moderate that any in- 
vestment in any part of the city at pres- 
ent prices could not possillybea mistake. 



The prices fixed 
such as absolute 



US 



upon property io-day are ! 
y insures a great degree [ 



of jprofit to him who buys. Dm Moines' j 
.growth has beety the butc6me of legiti- 
mate demands for enlargement. , When 
these things are considered it 'is not siir-j 
prising that thero is,a. firmness apparent 
|in Des Moines reul property, with a cer- 
tain prospect of ii rise in valuations 

The activity ii real estate is principally 
in property intended', for large business 
houses and office buildings, or fop 'magni- 
ficent residences, but the demaiidjis great 
for manufacturing sites, for smaller busj 
ness houses, for homes for tradesmen and 
artisans, and for the necessities of a con 

' i ' j .''3,1 

s'tantly growing liopulatiqn. iNcw addi 
tions are beinjj ijiid oirt, which, while 
tfiifiiciently near tb the. business center to 



bei easily reache 
of rapid transit, 



1 by our numerous lines 
ire soid at 'prices .which 



oifer unsurpassed inducements to those 



s — working men, clerks, 
business upon a'.small 



of "modest means 

and those doing business upon a'.small 
capital, to insure homes of a comparative 
economy of cost, and which will- increase 
in value from year to year. The •coiifi-j 
deuce of its residents in the future of 
the city is evinced by the general demand! 
on the part of |t ihse able to invest fqr a 
site forja business house'or a licjme. The • 
advantages of Dep Moines ar 
tensivelv advert Jed, and the consequence 
is that the city is growing moj-e _ rap^llv 
to-day than ever before} so t 
man's business will increase 



i i ^ 

i at every 
with the 



,1 



sixty-live, divi 

denominations 

.Methodist, six|teeri; Presbyterian, 

Congregational, 

Christian, four; 



growth of 'the citv and every man's brop 1 
erty is bound to grow in value, The, ac- 
tual figures on 1 leal estate transfers dur 
iug the vear 180^ were $10,881,000. 
bllURCIIES. ' , . 
The churchej of Des Moines nujnber 
lied . among 'the various 
s follows: Baptist, six; 



six 



,1 



,\i 



four; Lutheran, 'seyeii^ 
Evangelical, five; Uiited 



Presbyterian, I three; Episcopal, 



it wo 



Frielidsj. Vwoi 



rew, tw 



£ 



W 



1 J' >i 

i)ES!!Ml01NES J>t 



finest chin 



oman Cathol 



United /Brethren 
3e vejnth' Day ' k( I ' r e; itist. one ; L|att( (r Day 
Ja'inp, que; llhitirjau, ode. 
Many 6f these 
'how ;es lif worsl^pj and! a few are ^tiriong 



i h aye elegant ant| imposing 



thijee; 
two-; 



} ;the 

' [Thai; jbjesj&pi^s 

'the 



h buildings in the 



West. 



is known throughout 



moral?, ajt^dj her 
nd re- 



cultured 



ountry as it |eity of 
citiilei^ as laWj-abilling, 
linjea, ik due largely to the infl-u 

(her inumerpu& i churches and schoo' 

* " ' > ' ■ ' f i v I ' ' 

T iii^ouNfi .Men's Ciiitir" ' " l 

rroii, which liasjla larg'e a 



f 



wajis open 
spend uthei 



for 



spe 



I 



t. 



foi: 



iatjt A 
larg'e* ahil 
branch jin peVfMoines, numper 
hundred members, is a power 
{t js now! established in, a 
home of its own, a larg'e jajnd 
building/ fully J equipped I Nvit 
rooms, parlors, jlibiarjr,. music ha 

muuiinij batlisL'ietib. - The rooms 

i 1 1 , i i i • i ■ ■ ■ ' 



lice of 

8.) 
SSOCIA- 

fjouyishing 
sejveral 

J8 



jrood. 



permanent- 
liandsb rne 
feadi ng 



1 



young meri 



heir evenings ob 



e thalt 



., yi ass^staiik 
thefn/is cheerfully nnidtre 



lijdcATIONAL AflVjANtTAGES'. 



.3ii.:;-."f«:" 



jare al- 
j arid to 



jo visit 

eisurei %> u rs, 
iaii- bfj-:(jjiven 



II 



urej asjihas ljarde her Bchphl bys 
adijuration <;>f the' worldjindj in 
,tioi'<| 



the State are t 
varied and 
^controlling 
:df the city 



■advantages do 

•oui cit^r Thej 

pujdicl policy 

bedrr in favof of liberal 

inqr<4sing aim perfecting 



1 



II Id Ration |f is the coruejr dtoite upon 
wh chUowa jhis' quilt such} 'a superstfuct- 



em the 

up por- 



lb educational 
con plete as in 

minds in the 
hive (always 

m ?as ires- for 
h$r educational 



| facilities, wliich have become 

r* ■ * . -1.3*. l. ^. . . I i i 



a source of 



prkleand gratification jto liter citizens. 

he Deal Moines public* fchiols' for 
excellence of work, won a bronne medal, 
1 at the Centennial in Phiiadjilphi J in 1876; 
also U dipioma at tlie "Word's Fair, at 
Niw -Orleans it 1885.1 . ' !'•'';,. 
,/ n seeking a home one Considers what 
a place can cffer to 



w4yiOf educe tional 



his children, in the 
advantages, and of 



* 1 

RECJjTPKfYi. 



th^ese pejs 

desirec . 

which 

entrance ^o the Temple of 

lluPM 



oines has a] 

Beginning in the 

has Qekjjhj termed "• 









k rade 



8 

flromj^ 
qburse 
ouir 



m 

liimse 

obtain 

■ . 1 
ion 

edjicaji 
urge] v 



Learning," thl 
caii j)ask through the vario 
of the )ul)lic jechools, graduating 
he liigh » School, then pursue a 
in o'iip of our colleges, and finally 



P 
f for' 



ng a 



it 



1 that can b^ 

kindergarten-, 

the enchantec 



ofessionat sclhools, cau fit 

rk -in 
thoroughly i nished educa 



ineiit 



My, ii 'order tr> secure tlie l)est' advant- 



a^rid 



j- 
hohie,; The excellence of our 

ionali'fi.cilttift .'Iij.s 1 contributed 

to. tin. rapill giowth of Dos 

Moines, as very mapy fanjilies of refine- 



cultiire lisivc 



located' in our 



ages ijor their (J'Juidrch. 



OKS 



AIOINKH COLI 



.The 



is- 1) 
founcled 
of'ltlie * 
hist;oiy 



has *.pi 
incid< ntal \o { 



)asis, 



iKOK. 



oldest educational i iustitutijon in 

Di'ip ^foines, outsule of tin public schools, 

Moines College, it. having be([n 

in 1^(JU. I It is under the auspices 

Baptist jdenominatiou, and its . ; 

enl full of all t^ie changes ' 

{tunding a school oj" higher 

learning [ii u weistern city,, but this year 

as; Bfeii , it plowed ^tpou a solid tinauciaJ 

dt has secured $100,000 for per-" 
nahelnt 1 endo)vmentj and .sufficient in i 
addit onHto provide for {,11 its indebted-' » 
ness. This ix takes it ore 'of the best 
endoved colleges in tlie State. It .has a 
fine, argj? campijis on West Ninth street, 
aslicrt distance frorri the! business center, 

i | ■ ■ j ' r - ' 

'and ['commodious buildings. The faculty 
is (Jo npoued exclusively of graduates of 



colle 



res 



of good standin 



3* 



They are all 



scholarly and capable instructors. The 
'president of ilicj instituti m is Rev. II. L. 
Stetson P. D., through 'whose efforts and 
very largely the college has been 



phic<;d|in its 



present prospeious eondi- 



The nunvher ^ i 
was d(f»uw that, ' 




ingyeari Itl/as always 



udents tlie past 
of the preced- 
been the aim of 



46 



DES MOINES DIRECTORYj. 



this school to secure the best scholarship 
land it has the highest grade of eqllege 
kvork of any school in this section of the 
-country. The requirements lor admis- 
sion to'the« Freshman class are the high- 
est of any college in the State. The 
college has boon highly, favored in the 
class of students it has had, a large per 

cent, of whom -ave been Christians, thus 

•jfj 

a healthful mortal tone has always existed. 
It ofleri to young men and women the 
advantages of an education of the higher 
grade, under men and women who have 
had thorough training for their work and 
wide experience in teaching.' 

\ ■ • DHAKK INIVKUSITY. 

Drake University is under the auspices 
of the Christian denomination. It lis 
located in u tjeautiful grove ip the north- 
western portion of the city, the college 
building is a handsome structure, and the 
college campus contains eight acres, oil a 
slight knoll, teautifully diversified with 
magnificent fo' ;.'st. trees. Thit> school has 
just closed itt! tenth session, and each 
year has slijowr -an increase in attendance, 
facilities tbr instruction, and general 
efficiency. 

As shoeing the reputation of the 
school for' advanced and thorough work 
itls worthy of notice that sixteen } other 
colleges have contributed to the ad- 
vanced and) professional classes. . Several 
of these students from other institutions 
have been pursuing j o t-gra luate courses 
in the literary i-iiid scientific departments 
of this school.- 

The college • department of the Uni- 
versity alnead organized include Col- 
legiate, Nilrmi' , Preparatory, Theological; 
Business, Law* Medical, Musical and Arj 
schools^ The' * have an aggregate teach] 
ing force^'of^ore that fifty able and 
'experienced instructors, and are well 
supplied, with apparatus, libiaries ? inuse- 
1 urns, and othejr helps. 
\ The location— Des Moines— adds a 



peculiar ihtere 



it to the 



A building a 
office has ; just 
two schools. 

I (AIM 

i i 

, This cojlege 

ndepeudeiit ■» 



Law and Medical 



departments. A city of Jurists,' Libra- 
ries, Courts and Legislatures; of 'Hospitals 
and eminent Physicians! and Surgeons, 
ljalf block from the Post- 
been purchased for tnese. 



AtNAN COLLKGK. I 

jvhich was formerly an 
liool, is now one of the 
colleges of Drake University. It owes 
its existence to the iiberalitv of Mr. James 
Clallamm, jof t lis city, for whom it is 
nanied. The large college buildings 
pleasantly loca 



are 



ed on Eleventh ami Pleas 



ibly 
tiool 
iful 
are 
om- 



lint streets, the grounds are admiri 

adapted 'for the -purposes of the gc 

and command oik of the most beau 

views about the cilvJi At this college 
' 1 i" • °\ 

located the normal, musical and k 

mercial departments of Drake Cuivcjrkity, 

with a full and efficient facultv.i , 

Its thorough training course for the 

beginner, and its now famulus! School of 

Methods, its M usical and other Su inline r 

- 'I I 

Schools, mark it many degrees above 

average ^orm.il School. ! 

HIGHLAND 'AUK NORMAL COLLEGE. 

This institution of learning, situajted at 
Highland Park, and overlooking the 
had a phenomenal growth, 
u |who built j this college 
idea of building aud^hor- 
)ing the school with the 
hich could be secured, as 



whole city, hat 
The gentleme 
conceived the 
oughly equip 
best faculty w 



the 



well as the v 
then opening 



ery latest apparatus, and 
the doors for students, a! 
novel idea add i\ reversal of the usual' 
custom. In t lis bold, yet business-like 
undertaking, tlieir hopes were more than 
realized. ' ' ; 

: Opening "September 2nd, 1890,1 the 
attendance the first term was three 
hundred and sixty-four, and during the ( 
first year more! than eight hundreq 
enrolled. There are many! 



students w r ere 
reasons for tjlils 



unequaled prosperity, 



tho n 

to . m 
begh 



hiniai 
ouirii 



des Moines b:[keotqry: 



The {location, the accommodations, -the 
er of departments, jtlie fine equip- 

iiiedtij, -.tlid strength of tjie |aculty and 
inkmun 6xpense have all combined' 



ik(j! it' a po 

, :T-f i ■ ■ ^ 



n,n £- 



It i* 1 a school 



if re 



,>at 



•}j. for .aiiy! 
yfXhrtstiaiji, 
izing the 
arc was 



nilar sctyoo 



rOni the 



v^here a studfent may tit 
profession. ( • I ; is thor-, 
but I non-sedtapian. In 

fjaeulty of this college 
used in sejetlting the/ 



teachers, and every teacher .sfrlebted was 
ho^q^i^ecausp flj 'hi6|&biiityjt() heach. i 

reparatOry 
Training; 



study are I ' 



tlopr 

venid 

thin 



The 



n'cq that tli'o 



of the! jijiiliings and 



Th k it:j)iir^cs|pf 

or 1 lyiow, Inaa|ctic ? Specia 
JSeiera \\\{ Classical 1, Liteijary, Civil Engitv- 
eerin ^Electrical Engineering,; Pharmacy 
Busii e^s, 3Iusicj;iLrt, Telegraphy, Short- 
hand \\i\{\ Typewriting, and Efocutioh: '. , 
1 TH '<\ aceommodiitiohs at HiglUind Park 
'College j are not squalled byj any other 
j schor 1 ih the -vye >t 'T ne :dollek?e building 
| itself isj provided "'-jvith ilargd, 1 ght,' airy 
ireciti tion roonis that fire models of neat- 
ness and taste. T it| rooms lpr students 
; are a 1 that could tye desired. I 1 'hey are 
large light and ury. heatedj by. steam, 
1 ight id ; by-| tyec ;r city^ wate (• < m eve ry 



ice mat mo mment ne 
is! new, cjlea l and rtep. 



thorough and con 



collect! tm of 



xpense 'his ,beeri spiirefi in the 



i^ .every de 



H )rary is 



e\ 

as 



pletel equip jne nt neces- 
irtment of ; tUt college. 



iij remarkably choice! 

)( »dks cpntafyiii ig about 

of t le best reference books 






ery | con- 
Every- ' 



college. 



4,000 vlpiumes 

and v liblesom^ literature! ' |Tlie Apparatus 
for he] Jsucc<Ufil proUpijitiionj off the 
jworkj in ihe dif ! erent dejpartiie its is' ail 
tha^ |o.iiip be jdfsired i^ any} sdhool. A 
brillf ' 



assumed. 



PtJBfilC SCflOOLS. | 



"<■ 



already 



Defe Moines ^arids in ( the fijonlt raiilk of 
Iowa cities' in| li erj interest }nj e (hicfction, 
and 1 i i the. pump enand excellence of hef . 
-schools] 



I 



no ha^'e chargii of nearly fifteen thous 
id children. Ttycsuveral colleges of the 
ty hi,v,e had 



tho educational 
tl.is cit 



47 



The, thirtj'-tiyc public school buildings 
ol' Pes Moines, all well cojutructed, with 
inproyiidt systems of vp itilating and 
Ihijating, ,wel( [ighted 1 and splendidly 
e(|piipp(fd,'atiest in part tlie strength of 



I spirit* of the people of 
The public schools of this city 
hhve t^ree] hundred and (ifty teachers, 
\\i 
ia 



wehty- 
, P ist ye 



p \ the 
.first) t' 



tci 
which 
<\i part if 



now ei 



her,e»'are 

lent of the: public sblioois, in this 

fjjspfcct bei ig iiye years i i advance of 



five iHiiu 



ir. 



ma i 



b 



ff u V 



fiu enrpllnijent of about 
Ired students during the 



D'ris |loin8s vas s the seccnd city< west 

^riskis.sippi (St. Loiis being the 

ite t the kindergarten, of 

hteen, as a 



Boston 
The 

qpcujiy 
recte'd 

(^her 

9 uglily 
Ith. 
irious 



'est sjde h 

if stiu 
I vo y< 
}vrjtinii 
^purse 



and Philadelphia, 
wo high schools oj 
niagnili • •.; r, \.. ' 

J^ ! ■'■ 1 ! : i 

at an «'\]< ii:!'^)! , 

hostilig &4(),0qu. J : 

equi!ppe"<jl v,7th;th,- :;i 

s i\,c> 



besf,inppliiinc 



bran'che: 



ars, ificJfidijig 



of the 
uip! \yith 




CCS 



Des Moines 

;'; ings, one 
V" -.», Uud the 
t. :iro thor- 
>".l apparatus 
cciii iiing the 



i^ the cuTtliculuni. "fhc 
i'-ch hc.Iiool offers Jive courses 
imoJy,-j a business course of 
bookkeeping, type- 
. and titefiography, an English 
a scientific course, a Latin and a 
classictl C(|ursb— each i fo?ir years. ■ An 
iiteras ing and valuable; feature in. this 
is tl|e industrial| training, three 
fine building have been 



Jhe 



best appliances— one 



g, otfe for shoj^uvork, and one 



i ^ and tlhe work of directing 
iag Las. been put in charge* of 
Jhe mo£t competent instructors ijn 
)ranche8 ' i i rthe country. ' The 
s, num beri ag about ■' th ree h un 
aj-e permitted to tak*i up^these lines 
£ w6r t in cormeo ion with tlie ordinary 
elxefcifies of a nign school./ 

In ac ditibn :qthe public schools of the 
c]ity th^re are excilfeiit" parochial schools 



48 



DES MOINES; DIRECTORY. 



: j maintained by the Roman jCathjolics, 
a Lutheruus aud Hebrews. There aije also 
J private schools, and a young ladies* sem- 
inary (Catholic) of a high order. 

, BUSINESS COLLKGES. 

Des Moines \u\s four excellent schools, 
."» which impart a thorough business educa- 
tion to young men aud women, fitting 
, them for active 'commercial life. Their 
.'i graduates make our best business ux^n 

and women, and are eagerly sought for ; 

1 r ' 

by our^ most enterprising establishments, 

and £iVen positidus of responsibility and 
trust. I These institutions fyave a reputa- 
tion almong the foremost schools ir^ the 
couutijv devoted to the business training 
of thejyoung, and they are attended by 
large numbers of students' 5, fro.ni all inirts 
of tiiis 'ami other states. They are the 
Iowa .Business College, the Capital City 
Commercial College, the Des Moines 
Easiness and the People's 'Commercial' 



College. 



MUSIC SCHOOLS. 



Tnej advantages offered by the Des 
■Mbines Musical College for the acquire- 
ment of a thorough musical, |'j education 
are ui surpassed in the west, and whether 
thjfc st ident is desirous of obtaining a 
t lie on tical or practical knowledge of mu- 
sic, instrumental or vocal, the instructors 
in thift school are fully competent to im- 
part me knowledge desired. 



'Thtoime of Prof. M. L. 



Kartlett is 



lestion the 
t of Chica- 



aynoiwmous with the energy j.nd charac- 
ter inflowa. He is beyond q 
greatest musical director we< 
g(). , We have among our teachers of) 
niuaic 1 in Des Moines a number who are 
not surpassed as instructors in. any part of 
t|ie country, aud who pursue a system of 
t jainjug admirably adapted to the object 
sought. 

; .' LAW SCHOOLS. 

j Thje Iowa College of Law is located in 
the city of Des Moines, and the city can 



excelled a8 a location for legal 
g, for as th,e capita), of the 



not be 

traiuiu 

affords 

jurists, 

the students i having fiee access 

State 1 

whole 



tl)e student rare Advantages of 
courts, legislatures and Ji 



state it 



)rane8, 
to th'c. 
in the 



the re- 

the 'for- 

The»aiiji of the 

ruction 

bill Aid 



J,brarv!(one oi* the largest 
country) containing thousands of 
volumes of law books, including 
pdrts,<k all the states and most ojf 
eign countries complete ™ x ~ "'" 
faculty is to give; thorough iris 
and the linal examinations are 

ete, requiring faithful wont of the 
it in order to graduate. j | • '; 

MEDICAL COLlJEGfESJ.: 

Det Moines has four medical i s< 
wa! College of Physicians 
the Iowa Medical Coll 
Klectric Medical College 
Iowa [nstitute of Homeopathy w 
fer excellent advantages! for the i: 



comp 
stude 



the I( 
geons 
Kinir 



ment 



ai 
hi 



hools; 
linjd Sur- 
1 -£f i the 



d the 

ch of- 

icquire- 

surgicul 



of a thorough medical and 
education. 

10 >VA VETERINARY COLLEGE. 

Th s institution, as its name implies, is 
devoted exclusively. t6 the teaxhingof 
veter nary medicine arid surgery. The 
facilities of the college for instructing 
students in the practice of veterinary 
science, together with hygiene, 'breeding 
and general management :of the, ! domestic 
aniniil are ample. There nevbr was a 
time in' the history of this country when 
the tervices of educated veterinarians 
were s|o mupli sought after as at present, 
hencejthe importance; of educating, men 
for jhe profession aiuj of furnjishingTe- 
iablp Works for study! is very evident. It 
is 1 the earnest desire and intention of the 
facilty of this) college to lit theiii stuclents 



that 



they may 



take high standing with' 



other graduates of this uoble 



nrj) 



fession. 



p'ublhl ljj- 



LIBRARIES. 
Tlie value of well equipped 
brarifes cannot be, too strongly emphasif 
ed. I They exert a powerful influence fp 
elevating the standard ot intelligence i 



ID 



- jvery 

which- ocbubjep,' 



jfcafetoll 



jr'conmunity. 






DES M 



INES DIRECTORY. 



^lfejjaBt quajws'jin 



building ran ks imong the firi 






Tjtie State] iilirary 
the 
t of 
he] libraries }h the Ur ion. [The pebart- 
ueuts in air, 1 science, Jhistorjy, biogrkphy 
aujitietioi We, wqll | filled. I Tie [library 
Contains abojit 50,jx)G ..volumes <yhjteh are. 
iusefd for public reference. ;U .' . vplpable 
addition to the Stcjte library is jwjiatj is 
jkriown aE the; "Aldr ph Cqllection,|' I )ein g 
a.colrectim of phjotjo graphs; £,ut(|g:'apljfi 
and me^jnento% |c|f [notable men and 



The 



— V 
State 



tory for^mil 
Tlie "Y[ 



tecor 
A. 
Fourth street is wbll si 
paper i and 1 1 agazmes. 



tarvi 



ArBenal is 



49N 



v 



I 



as a repOHi- 



useo* 

reading room on 



I) 



&kd hotel 



)lfed with books! 

r ' i 



HOTELB. 
accomnH dluions 



j wb men 
I country 



<bf the past 

and! the old 

■ i Hi • 



iticnis very 



(rich 



ai large nhnibef ofj 
ispeciall I tor i|s p^ervatibn. 



V 



U 



andpresem, lie thh i 
world. The;C3llec-' 
full, and ofecujpie* 
fyejauti fill cases made 
Jjt ia the 
it of Hbri. Charle^ Aldrich of Webster 
}ity, to the State if Iowa, and the 
(nerouf donor ] is, constantly aiding' 
lol ana" enriching tb e collection', ^ vhich 
numtiers many t lousand speoimeris 
le cityjjliprary is of all public itstitu- 
i jus the bpst patrc ni zed and fraught with 



is one of 
tfye bfest kdveiliBflmenjs for any city! and 
DeSfjMoinee is unqjietlliopably the hotel 
city»iia'I 
?ial 
Satu^rlay fnm a, radius of one hundreil 
, to sp md J Suridtiy, because of the 
accommodations! There are over 



'Idwd. Itj is net unusual for com-' 
mere^al itrayelera to a mie i nto the city 



milejs 
hotel 



1 e grea-iest.interedlb the pepp] 
ii^ituti&nj in De.pl M c ines. # It i| 
on Fourth' street in the new Yl 

! Minding and contams over 5>(XL . ^ , 

t<j>gethe| jfyith v leaping daity newspapers, 

of ex- 
which 



c ty \)\ib ications ani a larg^ sufpply 
hent r ifea*zine ! literature, ^ll oi, 



| c>f any 
jlioated 

I c; A. 

umes. 



hi its 



r'tweiily gob 

ones : :und bdardin 
House ^vit 
throt gh^ut 
to atiy'ci 
Mor| an 
repu|jati(|n 
cipaj 



houqes 
the tfuisine 



\ hotels anp scores of smaller 
i Out Bavery 



houses. 



are free to the pumic, It; wis organized 
i j Djece liber, 1866, by a number of enter 
{rising citizens, tied in 1882 1 was! ;urned 
1 1< i ver to. jlie manage iieut'df the City Coiiu 
cil. Tlw?i;board of jtnstees \s oomjiosed of 
tiree nfeijiibers <jfj tie | council, Md two 
cliosen |>}wim the jinn ^association , It js 
a : grcMitjj)()oirto every read}ng_ ciiizen of 

ccess to a good, li- 
i\\\ it is aijj institution, worth v o,f. 



elegant . appointments ' 
wbijild lie a source] of pride 
yUwhilf the Kirkwoocl, Abort),/ 
im\ Goldtitone retaiu thei|r 
and r i jopblarjity. The prin- 
ar^ elegantly furnished, 
is- unexceptionable aud they 
are i)oted ior their -excellence in every- 
thing; which jpeilaihs ;o first class accom- 

mbdltions. i.Bemdes those mentioned. 

' [ . -t ', 'ifi ; ."' ■'< ' 

prominent hduBes are' the Ardmore, 

iogtn, rhVindsftr, In ierniational and twa 

:]■■■'■ ', I'M ' \' < 

exce [lent European "hotels, ■ Miniver's' 
and iheSapiri Hpuse. l)es Moines c*>m- 
fdrU bly ei itertiiinB U pOO to 40;'000 visitors 
ij>ir lay jdi iring the ' i tate Fair, which is 
" thfe capacity of any other city in 



)«'s M(|iues : to haye a 



I " IpfjfirV, :i 

"'ie bes 



)( ; St()W( 



hou^ai 
>r new 



tention aiidsupporf thai! can be 

||upoiiiit. It'is \Voii pattoni/.ed, 

h<! me u)iershijj) ! jst mated by cirds' is- 

)ejng 'a! l^ttlf: moi|e thaij ; sp|ven 



« 



aiidi there is u cd 
^o<])ks. '. f ' 



,s a. 



u stunt 



<j}emiuid 



I<j)w;i todc'. 
• r tye prefjsi 



IsfKWSPIAPE HS. 
'is a ret! 



ction of .tlivj ideas 
sentlmentb ahd|aspiritit)n?> of thiJagu. In 
all me rupid advances m ide by I>es! 
koines, n rthing imp -o.mon the mind more 
thai; the wonderful progress , in journal-' 
ismjiand he, eminence attained by our 



hav 

Th 

pro 

city 

tini 



' 



ne^Bpiiper'H, 
3 excited 
gene ral 
'essional 



and th< power which they 

in the .growth of our city. 

eharae/er; a^pear.uice imd 

rank oi the newspapers of a 

coustlituie a criterion, bv which to es 

ite itej people!, their intelligence and 



&o 



DES MOINES DIKEDTORY. 




their prosperity. Ko other city ia Iowa 
haw as many newspapers and publications 
as Des jvioines; and certainly in propor- 
tion a"ud : extent or circuhition,'ii6 other 
city of i\.e same population in the coun- 
try can Make a better exhibit. In all that 
I relates to journalistic enterprise Des 
Moines;: 'upers have reached a Iiigjli stand- 
ard. Th$ -following are the 'pripcip&l jour- 
nals: j$tate Register, daily and weekly; 
Des Molfies Leader, daily and weekly; Des 
MoinesrNews, daily arid weekly; Iowa 
Capita^ daily and weekly; Iowa Hbme- 
fitead weekly; Des Moines Trade Journal, 
Sveekly; Polk County Advocate, (weekly; 
•Keirs JomiTurf,|Weekly; Iowa Staats An- 
xeiger, Tv ( evkly; Sunday Post, (weekly; 
Haus Schatz,weekly; Iowa Staats #£itung, 
weekly; Svithiod, weekly; Mail I and 
Times, weekly; Saturday Review, weekly; 
Plain Talk, weekjly; Grand Arinjr Advo- 
cate, weekly; towa Tribune, weekly; In- 
land Christian Advocate, weekly; Iowa 
Yf.Mji. T. U. Messenger, jweekly; j Des 
Moines .Graphic, weekly; Peoples Week- 
ly; Highway and Banner, weekly; Iowa 
'Satybath! School Teacher, iweelaiy; The 
*3pworti>ian, weekly; Live Sj;<j>ck and 
Wester*"' Farm Journal, 8emi r monthly; 
Uuj*al ijforthwest, se ml- month! V; Polk 
County j'Farmer, semi-monthly ; ! Eclectic 
Medica-. and Surgical Journal, monthly; 
Northwestern Library, monthly; Iowa 
Endeavorer, monthly; IowaLegion of Hon: 
or Herald, monthly; Northwestern Legion 
of Honor Helper, monthly, ! and the 
Western Newspaper Union, auxiliary 
publishers of Iowa and other weekly 
papers. There are also several college 
.jmperspubliBhed by the Btudents, Reflecting 
credit- ipon their; respective institutions. 
SOCIETIES AND ORDERS. ' 
Thei raternal and benevolent societies 
usually found in large cities] are well 
represented in Des Moines, there being 
numerous organizations pf Masons, Odd 
tfellowB; Knights of Pythias, Legion of 



Honor, United Workman, Modern 
men, Khights of Labori Amerieat 
chanics Red Men, Druids, Grand 
of the j Republic, and |many others of 
minor importance, while in| the temper- 
ance organizations, there are jthe State Al- 
liance, I Good Templars and Woman'js 
Christian Temperance Unions. The visi- 
tor from abroad, it matters, noclirom 
what portion of the. world he comes, 
may find among the benevolent and so- 
cial organizations in thi city, soijie one 
to extend the hand of welcome, and ex- 
press a^fraternal interest in the stranger, 
These various societies and orders are 
numerqus, and moat of them are strbng, 
in numbers and inllueWe. Many of them 
have departments of life insurance, thus 
constituting them mutual benefit asso- 
ciations, i 

, HEALTHFULNESS 

With regard to health! ulness, Jthe lo- 
cation of Des Moines is. unsurpassed, a 
broad plateau, skirted with unci abating 
bluffs, rising about one hundred and 
seventy feet, the latter covered with for- 
est trees, with two large rivers, hav- 
ing eight feet fall, jand a velocity of 
about three miles an hour, afford a nat- 
ural surffltce drainage adequate to insure) 
against malarial diseases. Thire .is a 
marked absence of malarial 
and of such as are traceable to ii 



iseases, 
Iproper 

sanitary regulation. Epidemics kre not 
known. Sanitary appliances, supple-J 
mentalto the natural conditions tare be? 
ing added adequate to the increase and 
solidarity of population. 

The average annual! death mite,, per 
one thousand of the living population, 
is less than four-n*fths of one pe cent of 
which mpre than two thirds is fiom pre- 
ventable diseases— diseases that ar6 
myqtic.l . I , '■!'<; 

The climate iB what may be cc lied me- 
dium, hpalthfiil and | invigoratii k ! The 
city is elevated eightlhundred aid forty 



8 



feet aba re 
]. One ,o -tljiCi 

1 Jes ifw es possesses wi iter of sup^ r 



jnunity ian have! is go(>d writer. 



L'dalidr 



of samp 



In re gar 



e taken fr.oijn 



cm: 



DES MOINES BIB^CTOftY. 



the sea level. 

at blessings [a 



*H r ' i — •[ | * r 

J s ; shbwnj. bv •( hemical palysts 






com- 

Thkt 
ative 



lie wateif works. 

;to healthfu ness, which is a 

.very important feature in the growth of 

ipityj I es! Moinei pre* ents ummual at- 

i ;ractidn 3 to thosp in uearcli of ftloca- 

r tion for .L home. 



I: 



PARK I. 

ifaes 'Zooio^itdjl Garden is the 

resort of this; c larjajpter i.ndis 

tla. most (&iighjtful place' i. wHi< |h| to] f ipend 

ftheday'br evening.. | : Vindjijgj carriage 

fwa'ys, under, oyer'jai c hin » branches; 

meandMify ^alks- amor g th 3 ;rees; 

Rustic bljidees and crtepin? alor 

bluffs; akificjial lakes,* ? rot t )S, swings, 

^ summer hoWies. and ru3i;ic seats, have 



ilreadypeVjn 



provided,; a ad phe improve 



a stearic 



ntjerestiig 



i 



:^ntl to 



ents ulkde have rendered itadapted to 

if id convenience of| visitors. 

contain sirty actes includ| 

j^ing a chirr ling late, on 



a' beautiful 



bjer cjf row boats, j Inhere are > 
ithin the incio- 

I - r T ■ ■ . f 
P ar " ea » 

F and thai j lace abounc e in ' beautiful 

aidpicturtsquejscenery. Th^ raanage- 

iltfnt hayef already .secjiped; a large and 



U large nu 

'"many dejiig itfujl spots vi| 
felire, fori picnics 'and pleasure 
thai j lace abounc e in 



collectioh of 



add 



'Dhe copipdny are now piki'ngiubnierad- 



ateadily 



v 



ovdr- 
the 



which there are! 
gondola, and aV 



ajnimal 3, and n ' 
o the number. 



entertain 
imuaenents of- 
&k>fo:r bicycles 



(ial change* which will further 
visitors an 1 add to the 
ered. A fi li halfrmile It 
3H8 just Jpeen Completfed an|d tennis 
courts will spon h& adied.] .-They ,' ape 
njw.putiiriglin an electric light plant; 
aad the fere unds will ^ooii be brilliantly 
illuminate^ iyith sixteen arc lights. -, ■' ■ 
Prosp p Park is also a delightful! an,d 
jmuch f'Ujieb ted pleasure resort.- 1* .No 
| other pi [Lie in tnis regio J aftolrds scenery 
more romantic, yarded and; picturesque. 



Oaks 



elm 



protection.., . 

sun, ind rsnder 



coo 

the'h 

may' 



s 



I 



and other native trees afford 
from . t|ie h sated rays of the 
the! place delightful y 



I In sun mer. From the summft of 
Ights near the en trance to the park 
be ob ;aineq a magnificent view of 
the river and valley together with a 
vast jkteni of rirairie covered with the 
verdireof meadows and green field 3. 1 
Art has aCd eel 'much! to the iiaturil 
beaui y| of Prospect Park. Th is park 
has a fine p avilion for concerts; &c, is 
free to; the public, and numerous picnic 
parti ;sanc pleasure seekers avail them- 
selves ! of is attractions, t Both these 
park* lie oil the banks of thejDes Moines 
river i} the nortlj $Ort of the city, and 
are accessible by' steamer or row bogt 
of which th ire are more than a huiaajld 
now i l use. Two lines of electric cars alto 
run i )! the entrances . The Iowa State 
Band gives frequent concerts' here, and 
their ludieices are numbered by thous- 

ands ' ' ' 

S 1j JOWA STATE FAIR. 
'•■ l ■ i l ' ■ ' . 

The State Agricultural Society a few 

years ago j - purchased, with money do- 
nated by tl ie citizens of Des Moines, and 
an equal amount appropriated by the 
State, two hundred arid sixty-eix acres 
of laiid, nonrin the eastern part of the 
city 'Or a permanent | location for the ; 
Iowa State Fair. Since that time fully 1 
$2fOO GOO Ijavfejtieen expended upon the 
grounds in th| injection ■ 6t permanent 
buildings, j 'arks, race tracks, etc., and 
to-day! the grounds aro as fine ae any in 
the whole cbuutiy for the purposes for 
which they were deeigted. The location 
savefysiiihtiy pne,, overlooking the en, 
tire c ty proper as well as the large man- 
ufacturing districts, the two rivers, etc. 
This j;reat Fair, ^hich : s the largest state 
fair h i the \ InitedState 8, is held annually, 
and is attended by thirty; to sixty 
tbouuand people daUy, some days show- 
ing even a greater lumbef. Every 
year the shrewd manufacturers of this 



DES MOINES DIRECTORY. 



and other states take advantage of these 
immense! throngs by advertising) and ex* 
hibiting their various products, knowing 
that they will reap rich returns for then- 
outlay of time and money. Besides this, 
those business houses -and factories lo- 
cated in the sameeity in which this great 
annual fair is held have the) people 
"brought to their very doors and can 
thus show them the method of produc- 
tion, capacity of works and many other 
details that arejalways interesting to the 
dealer. Our producers generally take 
advantage of these/immense gatherings, 
j and are frank to say that tlfey [have 
been very important factors in extend-' 
ing .their business in every direction. 
The Rock Island railroad has a. double 
track from the business part off the city 
to the fair grounds and runs teh minute 
trains during the fair- The lasj} lair was 
the grandest exhibition of products of 
the soil and the dairy, of agricultural 
implements and manufactured products,, 
and of fine stock ever held in the 

west. 

CEMETERIES. I 

Woodland Cemetery, our beautiful 

"city of the dead," is situated in the 

northwestern portion of the city. Tha 

jlahd is gently undulating, uplands and 

'dells and shady gloves abound, and a 

small stream quietly pursues' its way 
{through the grounds. It contains many 
elegant designs' in statuary and monu- 
Imental sculpture, and with the care be- 
stowed upon it, and the improvements,, 
constantlv being made, it is fast assum- 
ing the appearance of a landscape gar- 
den, hs well as that of "Clod's Acre." A 

','. handsome residence for the sfextjon is lo- 
cated at the entrance, and also a petty 
chapel, where services for the dead 'are 

! frequently held. Immediately nor.th of 
Woodland cemetery is the Catholjc, and 

[ the .Jewish Cemetery adjoins it on the 

, northwest. 



dious 

a,s ac- 

patieifcsare 

cHfieasjB but 

and have no 



ji 
ivalicls is <a 



BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS. . 

Cottage Hospital, in the north pirt of 
the city, is a beneficent and praisewor- 
thy institution. It was opened for the, 
I reception of patients in JulyL i 1878, -and' 
, the demands upon it' increased, so rapid'-: 
ly tljat it was compelled coenjjirgd its fa- 
cilities for usefulness a.h'd is' inowlestab- 
lished in a pleasant and comni 
building. It is well managed and 
complishe,d great goqd. No 
received having contagious 
any and all who are sick 
wlfere to go, are cordially jifelcom^l and 
kindly cared for. 

The Tracy Home for I 
large and admirably 'arrayed irjatitu 
tion, where patients may receive the best 
of private surgical treatment and nurs- 
ing. It is located ou an eminence :n the. 
north part of the city, | wherp the air is 
delightfully pure, and which; overlooks 
the city and the river. Tt e instil ution 
is provided with superior facilities for 
the care and treatment of patienjte: 

The Christian Home for Self Support- 
ing Women is one of the mast beneficent 
institutions of our city, and though but 
recently established, is quietly accomp- 
lishing a good work. Its object isj to pro- 
vide a Christian home fqr working girls 
and women in the city,ajnd for stmnger 
coming from other ' plates in search *o. 
employment. Here they receivejaid, e 
couriigement and 'protection mo n. the 
evil influences incident to large cities. If 
they can brine reliable _ recommendations 
they [are ai-sisted to procure 
at good \\y ges. They receive 
nominal cost, and have the coini 

a' home. ' 

'lii' 
The BKM-:nicT Home is an institution 

having for its object tlie -r&clanrf.tion.of 

fallen wqnjen, and is tinder the auspices 

omen's 



receives 



pr the state organization of.the W 

Christian Temperance Union. It 
i I " ■ ' T j 

its support partly from contributions 

froiii the bcal UnionB throughout Iowa, 




.and $aitl 

and SJiasj been! 
^liahibg much good. 

•l)ijs_ "MobnjiS: 

jBI^DRBNi's-jaj 

Its objebtj i 



k 



Dm MOINES DIREO 



tj f irom th6 a ta tk tjreasu ry J Jit 
n existence a^bout , nine years 



TH; 

LESS 

tuticjp. 
Jess 



inJatriji'mep.'tal in 



vejira 



ot 



clotlii ag j fltajdi 



teen 
iboailjl, 
I unti|they 'cani De 



destitute ic 



[OMB FOR TRIEND- 

bst worth Y insti- 



to 



cafce for 



aceom- 

( ■ 



friend. 



lildren under 



age piovidibg, them 



four-, 
•with' 



aining 



uporf public 
tablfehed'five yeafs 



Christian i tra 
be plaied' in good perma- 
t is denenflent| en :irely 
charity J and has-been es- 



ithafe' taken aj larjje dumber ot 



iinsuting to.KMm sue 



tron|tlie|o^jr wilks of life; arid placed 
then] in g^ojj, Christian; ho; men, thereby 



I During that time 

children* 

Hid 



ib tijaini 



makfe them! fcood , citizens and 
mwrbers ofsccie,t-yi Theicbntfol uf this 
insti ;u|ion iA.veste^ 
agern, Jonsisting bf 
are numbers of 



na 



ing 



as shall 



Board! of Man % 
tihirt^oa hi -flies' who 
the vaViqus churches. 
Thr<lu|nl th 1 e liudnijsa and 'gensrosityiof 
the i utlic tow sti-d t h ; Children 's Home, 
theriij now in course of erection,; in a 
pleaiiaitiqcaiibn ' n the weste *n part of 
the M) , a commodious and well arrang- 
ed building capable of iiceommodating, 
several hundred children,; which when 
real 
abci 



•ill' 
for ! be'eupandy, ' will Jbave post 



Tie 



tmb,ptioJ 

PUBLIC COMENJENCEN. 



industries of 






Des Moines wiich 



haite shbjwn duch & remarkable imbrbve- 
1 meiifdurjng'the fait fjhr years J ulnd 
wmqh dr^w their,stipplie|^ from all por- 

itates, deraandi an 

extfchaivie system of telegraphic commu- 
nicu :ions, which is filihisLed by the Wes- 
'hit n Company; with three offices 



in xh$ ieity, 



the ; management of 



MrJflYJAi Yearnshfiw, and the. Postal j 
Capfe Telegraph Company, which; also! 
has |;hreeibffices here; arid fa under" the 
majrtigerjieut 6f JCJ. f. Fojt. The American 
Distjiet and Telegraph Ifi^e AJarrh' Com- 
pany U cbmpuaeji iff the best Des Mbfa< e 



I 



<* 



RY. 



53 






buainese men, antics rapidly growing in 
popular ty. Neajrly all the fire alarms 
ar a bera % dent in o ( i er this system. This 
m jsseng ir department is something long 
neededia the city* *nd is highly appre- 
ciated. Thisj&yaten puts evury -home in 
di*ect comn^Unicc. ion with the public 
departifent for; |tl|^ small sujm .of $6 per 



r. 



J l 



y^a 
the city 



fhe lines 



An 



t 



V: 



in the sur- 



department 



ei tend to all parts of 
x j ?1 lent « telephone sys- 
t^n.isaaofher jvery valuable feature of 
Dt s Moi aes^ ljft»; with ne<ry one thous- 
ard subscribers. Des'Moin^es has tele- 
pi onic communication with over one 
hindred cities aid towns 
founding fcpuntry. 

Des j Moine^ has a fire __ r 

ecjuallec ^n efficiency by but few cities in 
tbdcountiry, and surpassed by none of 
the samejpopulation. The present effi- 
ciency if i due td m sny years service and 
careful iraining. The fact that the pro- 
portion Eil loss by re in Des Moines is so 
viry snail, speak i wjth emphasis of the 
fa ithfuliess of the ireme,n, andjis a cause 
bl jiist pride< j s T ere are seven engine 
houses located in -ado us porions of the 
I ;v, anijthe aVer ige time occupied from 
esoui ding of th : first alarm until the 
n art in ! their p aces and the horses 
a ru i through he street^ is from fif- 
n to twenty [sec 3nds. ^Jie city haa 
ared 10 pains or expense in perfecting 
;\t fire ( eoart men BJ and it 
djciedit to Des loines. 
The ?1 ?6 tricjligh A ' [ 
f»ss ho uses and 
ets jn Des! Moines, and 



a ingeiieral use for bus- 

le principal business 

proves very 



lJ it quality. W 
ajie nunjeroup,' i 
ditioa. 



is an honor 



rjf pa ;isfacpo|ry, There are three elec- 
tee light cqmpan;;6,|< and they furbish 
bph tie arc aid ibcafi descent light. 
1 ley aho furnieh nany of our businesH 
li : »uses vitji bo we i at i/ates ' much , less 
than st iam powe • ! | 

g is Wrka-.ti 'ejiirst class, and amp- 

ij supp 1 y the (jlen anjd with gas of excel- 

* 'h^ ights upc n the atreete 



anc are kept 



in good con- 



54 



DES MOINES DIREGTOKY, 



The United States Signal Service estab- 
lishad a station 1 in . Dep Moine* August 
d, 1878. | Five observations are taken 
daily and reported to Washington by 
telegraph, from Which, together with the 
reports received from other stations, of 
which there are one hundred and thfrty- 
fiye, predictions of the weather are made 
for the nexjt twenty-four hours. TheDes 
Moines station is one of seventeen print- 
nig signal stations in the United States, 
and has been ol special benefit to resi- 
dents of this locality. This station is 
' under the management of a thoroughly 
competent bfficer, Sergeant G. M. Chap- 

. pel, who isJully informed on all matters 
pertaining" to the weather. The cold 

•wave signal was established in 1883, 
acd has proved of great benefit to deal- 
ers in perishable gjoods and- to railroads. 

. :Thecity ihas 32 miles of cedar block 
and brick paving, 69 miles of . atone 

' iron and cojncrete curbing; 32 miles of sew- 
ers, 52 niilt'8 of gas mains, 74 miles of 
Water nt.ins; ,500 arc. and from 
8;000 t« :. 0,000 incandescent electric 
lights; nine wagon and eleven railway 
bridges, eac h 600 feet long. 

STREET-RAILWAYS. 

The splendid system of electric street 
railway In Des Moines, is a matter in 

' which Wer citizens take great pride. 
Tp<ere are eleven diieinct lines all owned 
.and operated by one company w^o have 
expended many hmndreds of thousands 5 
ofldollarein bringing itj to perfection, 
until it ha*j attained to such a .degree a* 
is scarcely equalled in the^ United States. 
Itjhas over forty miles of trackage and 
every err in the entire city is propelled* 
by. electricity. By a system of transfers 
passengers; are transported from one eid 

; of the city jto the others for a single fare 
of five cents. A prominent business man 

' of New York (ity who recently visited 
Des Moines said, "i had no idea of the 
electric care. We haven't tkem in New 
York. . I am astonished at the western 



enterprise, 
your system, 
equal 
in any 
perfect 
as a ru 



T 



Yqu can be justly prqud of 
i' do not know of any,of 
feize or that will compare with it, 
way. It seems to be as nearly 
as you can get it." Theemp byes, 
;e, are courteous and obliging and 
the carjs are w ell patronized. Everjf body 
rides, showing conclusively that the peo- 
ple appreciate this safe and exped tious 
means lof transit. This svstem h^paid- , 
ed greatly in" the development of the- 
suburtLn portions t>f the city,, inasmuch 
as the rapid transit enables thermec^ah- 
ic and and artisan, as well as the capi- 
talist tlnd business n\an, to live at a die- 



1 



tance from the noise and dust 
business center^ and yet reach 
places pf-business in good time, an«J 
accounts f[>r tpe. rapid development of 



i. the- 

their 

this 



bjjen 

The) 



many new' additions which nave 
laid oi|t|during the past few years, 
company 'have recently built a new $§f e t 
house pn ftjie east side of the river * Lbiye- 
Dcs Moines street. It is a two story, 
brick co vexing about half an acre, and 
is divided, in to three department* , the 
repair and manufacturing Ishopa, :hef 
power house ajid the boiler room, s This 
is the heart of the whole system wher^ 
the power ( which drives the pars blonjj 
the streets with such rapidity and [ease, 
is produced aad where the constantly 
necessary repairs are made. An jemer- 
gency can scarcely arise which cannot be 
met in their st ops. No idea of thej mag- 
nitude of power 'produced | here #obe 
had without a vteit to the power house 
ACiTYOFHOMES.' . 
The homefi if a city is a good criterion 
by whiSh to estimate acity, and by tjhis 
test wejthink Des ! Moines the best dity in 
the wes|, for it has scores bf chaVnnng 
and beautiful iprads. As tjhe'capital « f 
Iowa, ' wathlits. manj educational advan 



tagesai 
aplendic | 
medical 
and art 



[influences such as universities, 
I public and private schools, law, 
land liiusicall schools, art ( stores 
ptudios tnis city possesesunusu- 



tick^rl Pf ^w^alti pe^e from bther 
pcjrtiSif <Jf thjb et^tei 



van 

Dels 

■. i 

ural 




u 



alMvta t&gjs and it iaanbteWortbyfact 
thkt n 1 o ;b|ng has . jo^aibtdd : mbre | to 



iteWi 



&k grd* trollies Moiiies ihffn th« loca 
r ' " bpie from bthei 

who I have made 
>tiiingfrombuBi- 



their }o\ tunes and arejretitfi 
ndBP/ard^ho (are roMan'tH coming to 
Des Moines in brde- toJ secitiife for! their 
families t|e socfal Wd educational ad- 



:ag« a jpf, the capital city. 



lovi 



homes 



lllblheB hat iriany lovely nat- 
K3i|epce'8ittiBJM Grand ayenije 
is.perh itisi the inbs't- ^retejntious resi- 
dency s ree£, and on this sp.acious thor- 
ougbfaie [are built fldrae of the taost 
IcharU ig homes |w58to[f Chicago, j Fdw 
cities a: e > so y teai itiftiily adorned jrith 
1 rees. l)£s Mpinei y is a city of homes, of 
'churches, jbf scboo s ah 1 of | colleges,! anc 
.in this expect it embodies Jome of th«i 
rnosi s riisibg char acteijiBtics! of this'nq 
}>le eta e. V Hijre < he fi ads $e beau tif u 



nutnerousL 



of the [wejft thy 
durroujidfcd by all thu evidenceaof comj 
| f or t an 1 luxury itia'tj^ealth. can comj- 
rband, ^and goocl^taiite suggest; apr" 
the mo re mode^i jiomt s 1 of the mechani 
oifbiifciSeas map neat and aitijaptiv 
with itSblt ofllapn and its bloomip 
flower* | pThei-e &jfrf(ft ably not anotlje 
City in fche Uniphlof the same populati 

,.t|at; c( >n tains so few tenement nouses a i 
t^isi a id It is a is ctjihat nearly ail ths 
Rfivai i residence* bjiiilt are for theoo 
q#paiji( y of ; their 1 1 where and are c onveijr 
•iBrit , a id | tastjefu I. The churcli es an* 
substantial schorl biiMnge, moc ern ! 
dejign m|J1 i|ell eiuippeel are enrted i 
eve^y coition of the; jity while Bevewl 
college j and two pornial scbbols crown 
oursp endid facilities for the fcqufre- 

•{mejits ofa finished <ed jcation. 

The homeja of this city and their sui 
round 

1 p|.an 
fiuenc 



ng and fuiiishibfs, give evidende 
appreciation cf the refining i:> 

is of life.' '■ The sessions of (thelle ?- 

islatufe^ and of ;he Federal ami 8t#:e 
y Courti at tilact'leadine professional aid 

tione. 



Dte JJtOINES blRB 



ni 



This i 9 also 



Itr. 



the cpnve : tioncity 



55 



of Iowat 



andhotpnlyoltte stale, but usually, one- 
or mc re eac h yec r of ;he national 'orga- 
nizatjioishold ttb r nnnual meeting i» 
De^M]ome8. 

lan; r yea re ' m ; sic and art have* 
ly jairqn 3 Jtnd admirers, and 



thJe'deiierMl public lhas been 
this r'etarli until it pas mad© 



]ese refining influ- 



the 

elevaie 

an ap p^ecidtibh 

inccs cnaifi icteriBtic :I our city. The 
socia ejemuhtriS) ver.r prominent, and 
everything coneicerncl, no city in the 
wust )r6sep te a greeber attractiveness 
tc th Dsc in search of i new location for 
a home | Dei Mo)c jh is eminently a 
moral c ty. Jtlis a }lace in which chil- 
dren i;an enjoy jfclie jest oDportuhities 
fdricilture ELEd'jgrfaw up in a Healthful, 
mciral Jitn okphere, arg»ly due to the 
jin|fiuenc} (tf oilr k any churches and 
scHo^ls. I b was'iarf sly owing to the en- 
iiiht^nei'p jblic sent ment of Iowa^cap- 
i^l tiab ti isciiy of 50,000 irihabitanta 
is 1 wit hotit i sin ;le ss looh, which speaks 
Hfbluraei fp ? lihe mor ility and law) abid- 
ing b\ irit o : 1 er peop le. The statistics, 
i d comparison with cities bf| the same 
popiMatjioij, pr (withjthe Reading cities,of 



of -arrests 
ineiwl which 



ouVowp 
number 
drunter 
njoralityi 
peop e. 
adds to tho 
weihJiTe mp 
o\ co nfprt 
population 
have{ less' pauperi 



Ititelsholw al muclji [smaller 

for vagrancy and ^ 

speaks well for the 

Ihe iadustry of our 

ignificant fact which 

Des Moines is that 

es in circumstances; 

city of the same! 



JCfeMENTO :.|'PO CAtlTALISTS^ 



IKJSIKE 



!■( 



i aftiact'l ;ading professional 
prominent men herej from all'eecti 



lijeti 
are 



Tlereaie 



tum«n loi 




istics 



show thatw© 



mi|n and.Ihqme 



ulialr inducements to in- 
vjeBli in!bisin|ef« jbr residence" property 

in, ijtp Mo nei li will inclreiise in value 
mey expended in lota will 
with ibod(pr|bfit There 



fi 



niimterlefB inviting 'sites for re&- 



«/ 



DES MOINES D1EECTORY. 



djBDces, surrounded by native; groves, 
and overlooking the adjacent! 'country 
and business portion of the city, and 
residence lo^s though in good demand, 
can be obtained at reasonable rates, as 
well as for i business or manufacturing 
purposes. 

Business property is steadily advanc-r 
ingon its real merits, and not owing! to 
any fictitious value, and the 'opportun- 
i *es for investment are good. Many 
Lne business blocks and factjofies have 
been erected during the past fewj years, 
and many more are contemplated in the 
near future, which will repay, the build- 
ers well as an investment, while parti? 8 
erecting suitable residences will do equal- 
ly well, as the property wo»ld be in 
demand at a good profit. 

From her central and commanding 
position, her intellectual and commercial 
•conditidns.iDes Moines is destined to be 
the best and most attractive city in the 
West. This city has been richly en- 
dowed by nature with varied resources, 
which are the basis of prosperity and 
wealth. She has done her part in sup- 
plying the great desideratum, fuel and 
% rater. Our railroad facilities are ample^ 
and are being increased every year; ourj 
advantages in every particular ar< 
sufficient. (Millions of dollars are. lost 
annually by the people of, Iowa by not 
having within her own! borders the 
leeessary establishments for manufact- 
uring the thousand of articles in dail} 
Jse, and i the preparation^ of, the 
products of her own rich soil. Tljere is 
Nothing which is calculated to develop a 
'■city faster, nothing that fcivcs ' more 
.prominence and cdmineroial value, or 
enhances the condition of her business' 
men more rapiy, than the operating bfj 
large manufacturing establishment**. \ 

While we have two hundred and thirty! 
factories here, there are many btnerin-j 
dustries that would prove remunerative 
. 'which should be established here, and 



we beliive 



£ 



there is no bettei 



for 



the West 
every variety 
Des Moines is 
point n the 



locality in 

manufacturs of nearly 

thttn our city affords. 

undoubtedly the best 

West to locate firet-clas^ 



industries; and those manufacturers 
who will investigate the matter no^, 
and ea nbliah themselves hore soon 
thepnesto profit most by the oppc 
tu hi tie 3 here offered. We take pleasure 
in noting the growth of ^ur various 
manufactories, tlie astpnikMng strides 
which the wholesale and jpbping inter' 
ests have taken to supply the increasing 
demand for their goods, and the new 
gateways opened for the) entrance o( 
other industries, which are bound to 
follow, Nowhere in the w6i*t is thejre a 
better point for the receipt jbf raw ma- 
terial, the production and! 'distribution 
of manufactured goods, nowhere can! a 
multitudej.of workmen mor!q economical- 
ly Huppprt themselves and families, or 
more easily procure a home. ' We want 
more factories and wholesale business 
houses, and; are anxious to have the 
excellent opportunities utilized when 
the | beneficial results are so. apparent. 
The manufacturer who locates' in this 
i.city u not dependent uppn the present 
", trade favorable jas it may be, but is 
'is t&b halting an industry which must 
expand year by year as the county 
ary grows in wealth ! and popula- 



trinu 

tion. 
ljes 
hy ret 

and 

draw i from other parte 

whpsp capabilities and 



Moines is an attractive city, and 
igon^of being at once the capital 

: metropolis of the SJtjate, naturally 

business irieu 

capital , have 

outgrjown previous opportunities, jt u 

clearly obvious thatrthe jfitoure growtj 

of DeslMoines is largely to be measure!! 

by tie acquisition of mo fe manufadtiir 

ing enterprises. Owners of Desj Moines 

retilty can secure permanent stabiKty'to 

adjVaubing values in no other manner so 

effectively as by leading active and su^ 

stantial aid in that direction. !' 




SJrat<! 



Moiriisiptlie 
not$nlf !o£ 



ununited 



DES M 



>t':f E3i DrREOTOkY-. 



tf Iowa alone affords ah 



field for the eahiof 
e very-day use. Des 



57 



da of 

nptiiral distributing pdint 
Iowa, but for ttye North 
wektfand With its; unlimited supply of 
chja# Juelj its railway, facilities,: ita' 
sp eii'did clJy andb.theri^rtqurceH, it has 
reL|n to kriticipate a! rap ci clevtlpp-, 
mint in the najnujfac during line. 

)eje Moines .contains two tilvnd red and 
thirty; factor iei, luiHaaujd works nig; igeti' 
in the manufacture of various, nithles^ 
fifty of whidl jweru established last y ear 
mapvof tliem Ikrge and iinpqrjaht 

I (These* vari Jus find valuably intfus :ries 
. receive a liberal patronage and jencour- 
affenen|;fr(|n tho community t^o waose 
' c^jra! ort an( , haippiness they liiys. fl0 
liircrc ly ' . cot ;ribu ted: , They, ! w|ere -not 
eita blished in a lew da vs. but, pyr a jpro 
cfss of stealld ri determined growth Uave 
acquired tMrprjesent influence and| im 
ipprtance. 
|The ,fa| 
jre have 
popu 



Ihtert) 
tne I 



J,<i 



t^riesf recently j established 
fddea several thousahl to 

J a turn, and will cpptrjbute ; 
;h e support and maintet ance 
Htrial classes In the future. 



■', Inhere are tewelr idle men in Dea opines 
than in anyjdity in the 1 West of <qua* 
Population, m cdns^uence of our lurri- 
qroyscpaj mines, many J railroacle and 
/various industrial interests, whih the 
improveme : ts constantly being made in 
the; citv an suburbs give employ ment 
to baity 1 . ' r . he people of Iowa's JC« pital 
are thorouj lly Awanen^ed to the import- 
ant! > U)f Vnji lufacturing < enterprise* ,'|and 
M determi led to imake their city what 



iavofablc ideation and abundant r atur r 
4| 'i Qsourc^s indicate iitl should j be —the 
leading injk atrial city of the VVes^ 

COMWEkdlAL EXCH'AiSlGE 



f he Com 



18p, whps^ 



■ i i 

nerci 



i 



ml Exchange is ,8fn| or* 

24th, 



the) manufacturing, mercantile, and !all 
o ;her buBinejBS interests of the city. < It 
is composed ol 1 thellleading merchants 
aid professional men of the city, who 
hi ive art abiding faith in Des Moines. It 

I 71 ■ ■ f 

invites correspondence, from manufact- 
urers and business men eonfcemplating|a 
cl ange in location.) Informatioir con- 
cerning the £ity is "cheerfullyi furnished, 
tie aim bei ig to acquaint strangers 
with 1 'faHa c interning the advantages, 
resources and p 'osnects of Des Momes, 
' Youh i men of others, posses ■ung-moTd- 
ei ate 6 ipitall and seeking good business 
o jenirij;s; are" invited to correspond wif;h 
tiie Exchange, (not (only to the end of 
inform ng tl:eu4e*lv|es as to speciall op- 
portunities for new enterprises, I but 
possibly with a "View to taking an inter- 
est aul formiigp, buainesa connection 
> -ith ,ek tajblif! : hn ^n.ta already insuccess- 
f ll operatiop. The officers of the Ex- 
change are:! Loerry W. Goode, president; 
(r. F.fselleck, jjseipretary; Tac Husse^y, 
treasurer. 1 i 

PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION. 

The Des' Moinesj Producers Associa- 

;ion u an organization composed of the 

iiahutactu'rers olfjDes Moined— as indi- 

;d,ted ' in ijhe name— whose object is; to 

. levelop the home market hy purchasing 

s M^Qines, Wd Iowj. made goods. ' ft 



pesW 
has a 



gapizatioii, iricdrporated January 

j object? is the prp'mol ion of 



I- 



mempfership, a.t present, of seventy 
or Bej^nty^iVe, and is increasing.. The 
memlie;*s p^jv a monthly charge — the 
moneir tOfhe used for the purpose of 
furthering ithe objects of the Association. 
Any concern; or. institution, which pro- 
dliced anything in j Des Moines is eligible, 
tp menibership. No efforts are ^nade to 
conipel.' any ope, whether a member of 
the iArisoqiation or not, to pufchiise 
homJ-uiacle goods; but it is the aim of the 
Association to spread information con • 
cernipi our ^ctqneoand their products 
and to keep our pjople rpminlJedi of 
■them,, so'tpat, if they find the home- 
}nAi<3j[ootl:j SAtistac^ory in quility and 



68 



DES MOINES DIRECpOK^ 



price, they may, if they choose, give 
such home-made goods the preference. 
Ou'r investigation has lead us to believe 
that our home factories would have 
much more patronage, except for thje 
thoughtlessness uf our people. Des 
Moines people are willing to patronize 
home institutions, but they over-look 
the matter at the time they are purchas- 
ing, and buy what is set before tliqm. 
The organization, is intended to be 
permanent It has published a. directory 
of all Des Moines productions, and 
purposes to put one in the hands of 
every housekeeper in Des Moines, as 
well as in every office. It expects also 
to use varibus other method* for keep- 
ing the natter before the people. Its 
.regular Tneetings Occur on the fourth 
Thursday of every naonth, in the eve- 
ning. It is', at present, meeting at the 
rooms of the Commercial Exchange. 
The officers are as follows: J. C. Cum- 
min?,* itlent; J. F. Girton, secretaiy; 
J. W. Geneser. treasurer. 

We hope that the parties who are 
looking for new homes or business 
locations, may visit Des Moines before 
deciding, with the assurance that they 
Will be cordially welcome'! and every 
facility afforded for investigating the' 
superior advantages which our city 

possesses. 

THE SUBURBS. 

Tn 1890 a bill was! passed in the State 
Legislature, extending the limits of Des 
Moines so that it now embraces ten of 
what were previously suburban towns. 
As they are still known by their dis- 
tinctive lames, although really a part 
of the municipality, it may not be amiss 
to make mention of them. 

Sevastopol lies in the southern part 
of the city, and the principal industries 
are coal mining and market gardening. 
A Congregational church, a graded 
school and several stores are located 
here. The electric oars run to this part 
of the city. 



i ii i 
North Des Moines is eminently ( a. 

place of homes the elevated situation 

and gently undulating surface!, diversified 

of native treta, 



with beautiful groves 
combining t;o produce One p 



delighful residence localities to be bupd 



anywhere. Many of the 



the 



meet 



finest resi- 
dences in Des M:>ines are located iii this 
suburb; Here are also the fine buildings- 
and grouifds ofUhe Dels Mqinis College, n. 
commodious aui hanjisonie brick build- 
ngfor the use of Oakland School, and 
three good churches, of the Methodist, 
Baptist and Congregational denomina- 
tions. It contains several business.| 
houses, and four lines of electric ca: '&. 

Highland ^ahk, the seait of HigUand 
Park Normal College, is ifr the extreme 
northern portion of the city, and has 
rapidly built ub during the last two 
years with the better class pf cjit zensj j 
brought here largely Ibhron^h tho in- 
fluence of the| college. ■• The beauty pf 
location, the charming view of beautiful 
and varied scenery, an(l th£ healthful 
■urrounding8 of Ijlighlaiid Park combine 
to make it one of the mosn desirable 
residence portions, of > the city. Oak 
Park on the we^t, and NoHhmoreland 
on I the south, ale b.ot^h beautiful loca- 
tions and are bJiilt up with the better 
class of . residences. The electric cars 
run from the piistofficp to the college, 
about a twenty tninute ride. The High- 
land Park Presbyterian chiirph islbeat 
ed here. 
Capital Park 






ies n >rth of East D( s 
in high s 'and'! ^ell 



Moines, and ... ... B « —v. ,..,. 

shaded-, affording splendid residence 
sites. Groves <>'! native timber add 
much to]the beat fcy of the placte, ^hose 
proximity to tint business center of the 
city is one of the desirable tektu'eB. It 



has excellent sc 
nesB houses, and 
of residents.! if 
this portion of 



iooIs and several 
has an excellent 

lie electric cars rtfn ; to 

I' I • " l ' 

the dity also, and it is. 

within twenty ni nutes ride o|f tht 

office. 



busi* 
class 



post 



I 



i 



JDES MOINp DniEQW^T. 



UNiVERSJlrr 1 £iUce is jtjhe sijte of i -brake 
University] fith it 3 spacidua .campus 
and fine buddings, and* is lone of the 
mbst[dense1yj populated jof the Suburbs. 
Like |Hij?hlHnjd Park, it i8.setitled'almoHt , 
entirely by, j|eoplq *ho [have cpme here 
to be in proximity! to! the. colleg£ Thd 
University Pkce Christian church whh 
biiilt la^t y ?ar at i joktjof $40,000, and 
there are also n ai cumber pr business, 
houses. Two lines oi elec trie! cars ex- 
tend into ^riiversiby Place \\ ' ' 

Greenwood Pafk is one of [the most 
beautiful o -Des Mcines eubui-bs, con- 
taining m^tiy. of •! tr e finest! and most 
costly resiliences n thiuuectjion.f Itije 



traversed jthroijghoiit 1 1 
by the electric cur lin 
popular as a place of 



of the finest and md it elegar 



entire .length 
and is veSrv 
|»id€jnce. SomQ 
t homesi 
is in tli 
jreenwoot 
>ne of this 
ity extend* 



Iowa are located here. It 
western pat t pf the c ty.jand 
avenue, a paved stre jjb, and 
most- betjut if ul prjr rei i in thelc 
throughout it east aiid west 

Kingman Place in a beautiful add) 
toon in thejvestern rj^rt of Des Moine^j 
midway between Gr jenwppd? Park and 
University iPlaCe 1 , 1 ar d is Pile | of 'the 
most attractive of par suburban addi- 
tions^ It h is high gt pund, good water, 
pure air anddehghtfiil shade -all indis- 
Jpensible tp healthful and beautiful 
homes. It i^ ea^|ly| , reachtJd by tlje' 



elect re cai 
the center 
houses wer$ built 
yeaf, as i$\\ 



as 



which, lave a [Jepo ( t neiir 

this trfl ct. Ma riy eldgani 

;here durirg jthe past 

a fi he brick building, 

known as JKlmwppI graded tchool, fPr 

tiieaccpmrnodatoii of the Ichilclren in 

|e: western'' part pf t}e city. 

XjuproN Heights li< a on th| jhilie, im- 
mediately, sbuth pf the businJss part, 
overlodiring the ct:y, the Capitol, and 
thf two five^. The iill land is mostly 
a fine growth pf iiative 
timber, furbishing most beautiful build- 1 
*riKj Bppts W^h uliade trees alrej idy grown. 



59> 



.{There ire maiy points in the tract frpm 
which magnificent views pf thesufrpund- 
ing cpjntry ^nc] the city are to be 
obtained. I Good' 1 well; water may be 
ipund ih any )art of this tract, which is 
also provided 'with the city water mains, 
gas mains ara| street cars. The school 
and ch ireb ^commodations are ample 
and <if the be^t classy. The location is 
unquestionably healthful. More 1 than 
all elpe this beautiful tract of land is in 
almost in theihearitof tfw city, the dis- 
tance f *om the Court Hpuse being pnly 
abptit a half a mile,, v&tnpt withstanding 



all o it e advantages 
of the land,- and 



, the natural beauty 
t8 nearness to the 

busiieey par; pf the cit^, it is pffered at> 

very lo^ r prices. 

Grant} Park is in 



J 



the oi tyJ between the 3 
the Sta$ F|iir Grojjihds. 
adjoining it4 bordej 
^some oi the largest H 



reach i J by* means ol 
Des. M<3 inek Union '. 

ft *! 

■ Plight 



;be eastern part 
business center and 
Within and 
are, to I be found 
some oi jtne largest iactpries in the state, 
includi 3g ' the Des Moines Cotton Mills. 
An jten)<)f 'importance to manufactur- 
ers is that a majority jpT the railroads 
have' tracks already laid through the 
Park aad ite r additions, while the others 

tli e tracks of the 
ailway Company. 
The ele: trie railway ialst) hat an Exten- 
sion th : ough Grant Far i.. Ti le water in 
in ! this section, of the country is clear 
and pu -e, and can be 6 3 tailed cheaply, 
either ty means pf artesian v^elli or;by 

l>e hfi^l ib any 

hitnd. There : are 

exci illent buildings, 

Church, andanum- 

ll)er f pfjtU8ineta hpuses. . . j 

Chesterfield ie situated in the sputh- 
* weatern! Ipartl pf the! city, |anr| is prin- 
cipally rdevpted tp manufacturing 
interest p. | Here are [located theetarchi 
works, the jimmen8|B iacking hpuses, 
pressed i brickj wprke J ndi .1 1 fact ory , and 
several b^hera. Mpit pi ;h^ tmplpyees in i 
babMBnment»rJBi ide here. There! 



pumpiig. Opal can 
quantiUes, near at 
two BcbbplRj with^ 
and there ie Usp a 



tnesfi es 



60 



des Koi nes directory! 



are'a number of business houses and a 

good school. ! 

Hyde Parki is in the extreme north- 
eastern part, of the city, adjoining the 1 
State Fair Grounds on the north: The 
H.vje Park Mineral Spring I water is of 
«urV«ur health giving quality. The 
analytical chemi-t who.-, has made 
analyses of water from many of, the 
different springs of the country, includ- 
ing Colfax, says: " I have made a care- 
ful analysis of -the mineral water of the 
artesian well, in Hyde Park, and 'the 
Water is very pure and strong as a 
mineral water. The water issues in a 
bo'd stream from a spOut about three 
fee from the ground, from* a depth of 
7.25 feet, and is remarkably clear and 
sparkling. I consider this the best tnin : 
eral water I have analyzed in this coun- 
try." The following is the analysis: 

Porl'.S. Per! 

, Gallon. 100.1)00 

Total Solids.. -213.50 '366.0715 

Soluble Solids 134.71 } 213.50 

Insoluble Solute 78.79 f Total 

I Carbonate of Calcium 75.14 [ 78.79 In- 

I Silicaof Alumina 3.65 f soluble 

Sulphate of Sodium... 85.14) Solids 
Sulphate of Magnesium 7.621 
Ch'oride of Sodium... 11.43 1 134.71 
Sulphate of Calcium... 25.41 ! Soluble 
Carbonate of Potassium 5.03 
Carbonate of Magnesium .03 

The United States gallon of distilled 
Water at 60 (degrees Fahrenheit, weighs 
58318 grairtB. The imperial gallon 
70000 grains. 

The Des Moines Sanitarium Company 
has erected a tine, large building, thiB 
year, for sanitarium purposes. The 
building is in close proximity to the 
Hyde Park Mineral Spring, and is locat- 
ed on the brow of the hill overlooking 
the State Fair Grounds on the south, 
and on the west a fine view of a lar^e 
part of the city -is obtained.- Theeon- 
.pany have already expended about' 
$50,000 on building, and in beautifying 
the grounds, constructing an artificial 
lake, etc. Elegant bath rooms have 



i F*l 

been provided, and it is 



presence 



he intention of 



the compiny to make nhia ajfirsfc-class 
sanitarium in every respect. 

With fjh| exception of £ few, 'especially 
devoted 

suburbs, a _ ( . . „ 

residencj; parts of the city. -Qwing^to 
of t le two riverp in Dies Moines, 

f native trees, 

i i 

^re delightfully. 

provided with 



tb 'manufacturing, [all these 
are among the most | delightful 



there is, an sburidahce 



and these additions 

haded.j They are well 

jh i! relies and schools, and the so f cy}ty is 
cultured! u nu refined. 

DES MOINES CITY 



; 

, 1 !|: .' 
QFFtCERS. 

John li. ^ampbell^ IViayor* John J. 
Pedersenj Treasurer; Sim. W. Baker,! 
AuMiror; W, D, Chijis^y, Artlatjfnt Audi- 
to.-; Hugh BnjmnainJ Solicitor! VV. H. 
Biiily, Assistant Solicitor; M[ % Laird, 
Eigineer; B. Schreiuer; Assistant Engi- 
neer; R. B. Dennis, Clerk Wm^Lewis, As- 
sistant Clerjk; Frank Egglestbn, Police 
Judge; E. F. ^lyleiy Folice Clerk; M. 
Melander, Chief Fire I]>e oartn^ent; J. W. 
Monarch! 'Assistant Chef Fire Depart- 



ment; AilexL Graham. Superintendent. 
Markets] Sol. Stutsman, Marshal; Fred 
Johnson] Deputy Marshal; M. C. Ben- 
nett, Lic$nsq Collector. 

Board 
bine, R. 

.-Park Commissioners -M. Tl Russell, ■» 
Chairman; John F. Rollins, George Len-> 
drum. 

Street! Commissioner 



of Public Wo|rks—R. S. Fink- 
j. Chase. 



Side Wal 

sor. j 

MEMBERS 



tern. 



Tone, 
11. R. 
Ward, C 
W.Sheld 



—A. J. Dunkle. 



v Commissioner— H. C. Wipi- 



of Couxcli 
H. Rr. Reynolds;' 
])k Moines Tow 
Reynolds, Lee 



/—President pro 

At Large,! 1. 1-. 

uship.At Large/ 



C 
on; 



Fourth Wa:'d,H.M.Ro 



J. P. Smith 



Seventh 



Sixth \Va,rd,F. D. Husaey; 



Wt.rd, L. W. Barlow. 



Township: jFiret 
Lane; Seond Ward, Geo. 
Third Wai'd, John Sherman; 



lins; Fifth Ward, 






*' i 



POLK 



DES 



COUNT?. 



Polk wiis a part\df jthe county, of Keo- 
ious to 1 340, but in January 
of *!' that | y<pir I i t was GaWjlished , as 
a separatp countk ktid incjudetl nearly 
all of Poweshiek anci Jasper icouhties, 
while several of the; townships now be- 
longingltp ;Polk W( r0 not tfien included 
in it, add it was not until 1853 that the 
j&esenu toundarieu of ^he county we, re 
establianlsd- Polk :oiinty was organized 
JMarch 1J 1846; the seat -of 'justice was 
located' jat pes ^fannes, ancr~tne first 
election was' held April 6, 1846. It 
contain^ an area o 352,50p acres, 'and 
had at tfoaktimea population of biily! 
aliout tfrree hundred. The surface : of 
thecountrjl is gent ly ! undulating, and is 
beautifu|ly ) diyerE ified w^th timbered 
stream 
nation 
prpsent$ 
portion!? 






varieties of timber 



-W11 

apd o^en prairies. The alter- 
f barest anc prairie \ bill and vale, 
beauuful ' scenery] in y^rjous 



of the county. The principal 



are 



oak^walnu^,;elm, 



and j wild- cherry, 
ocafced here and 



liiaple, hickory, linn 
Detached groves £,re 
,tWp throughout t je |(feuhty, which , re- 
live and beautify the pralri£. The soil 
is 'a rich, black loaih, unsurpassed in 
fertility iin any part" of the Icountiry, pro- 
ducing; abundant harvests to reward 
the labor of the farnjer.r The atmos- 
phere is; dry. end in\i£orating, and the 
climate- i^ salubrious^ and well adapted, 
to the growth ; ibf frujts, bdth 'large and 
small, 'which are produced in abundance. 
The mhfera) hjsbirces arp rich. Polk 
'•ount^ is situated nekr the 
'Jreat JJcoal' fields ol Iowa, and vast 
fquilntjtaeH of I the Ijek Ijrjiiality of bi$. 
Aiiuoi(k!k>al are, ai niially Lken.f mm the 
mini'.sjwitl^, jtH liitiitk Of .thed mines 
there . jilfe 'between '*wt'rity-fivea!nc| thirty 
now. in operation, Jiving, employment to 
about two thouHiind.meit The. vein* 
'•'liieliy.-ioifM arc.frpiif ti" 
.(eetin.thicknisH. This ml 



traded} -large 

.'it! I 



M 



amdurits of 



iree to seven 
ustry has at- 
capitall, and, 



h t 



MOINES DIRECTORY 



with ' the evfer-incifea^ing demand, ih 
yielc ing r simmer 



investment, [giving 



trail ic- to 'our rail 



and 
are 



sandstone, is wel 
fount . Pot ter s 



a 



61 



rativi returns on the 



liirgely 



roach. p Bot 



increased 
i limestone 

Ss mineral paints 
ay |h' fdund in 



abu idanc 3, also fire clay, anil excellent 
clay suita ole for t^e manufacture of the 
finei eradisof brick, sower^pipe and terra 
Cott a< 

M Through miniidstl I tlowd the Des 
Mphes; feayer, 'jvriljh all its tributary 
wat jrs, collected from Southern Minne- 

■ sbttr, and frpm [twe n :y-four counties of 
Central Iowa. 1 .Of these tributaries' 
Bearer Creek, flowing through parts of 
fou'i qounties, Raccoon, River, flowing 
through t>arte of ei?hb counties, and 
North River, flow ng through parts of 
five counties, al pour their Rafters into 




oik. ccjuilty, from 

il^ iCreekj, having a 

ses in the. northern 



tha Des lvf Oinefc 
jifli'e west. Foiir 
bra ich on the eiis T , . 
pare of the coinjty, I lows southward 
witn a' steady (Airier t, between well 
timbered [bariks, into tie Des Moines jon 
its oast srae, at theeqlithern border of 
thecountjy. ijhe Ichic&qua (or Skunk) 
flowls across the no 'theastern quarter 
of the county. > In'dis n' Oi-eek crosses the 
extreme northeastern part of the coun- 
ty:' Besides them tne| eastern portion 
Of bhe county- is!, witered with other 
smaller atreamp, art ong which maybe 
riaijed (lamp [>&>!<, feud Creek and 
Spring Creek, 'jrijrojgh the northwest- 
errj part of. the county Big Creek ,il(-(wH 



Houjthwa 
its 



rdly into t 



ie'-'Defl Moines l()n 



! 



west side the Des. MoineH/ivcoiycH 
Beaver Creek. Pjisf-ing Houthwanllyl we 
have Mott's .Branch, 'W.aInut,Cree.k ijnd 
Jordan's Run; all lively water courses. 
Next, through t;hi h< uthwe^rn portion 
oU ho county, (hrvH the niliiiri RaccAon 
Kjvei'ja'lai'ge, ;;le;.r jindbeai tiful stniiin 
! wiU) gravel and r jck bottoJn, and niift 
curjrent. , It join^tl^ D(s .)Ioines wjth- 

!• I .J! 



in'iibe cifcy limiUJanB adds 
thq volume of ■yrni 



tern 



i her ally to 
thjence to the 



62 



DES MCJINES DlRECTJO^Y 



Mississippi. Farther east, on the ex- 
treme southern bonier of the county, 
we ''find the North River, which comes 
through Warren county, and empties 
into the Des Moines. Besides, these 
wa^er courses, which we hav* particular- 
ly mentioned, and the larger of which j 
cor tain line fish of various kinds, there 
"ar$ countl-ss little tributaries flowing 
tlii " >ugh the prairies, from springs, in all 
parts of the county. The banks of these 
streams are well supplied with timber, 
and an abundance of coal is found in 
their vicinity. 

Tracts of unimproved land can yet be 
purchased upon reasonable terms, and 
the county is rapidly becoming populat- 
ed by an enterprising class of farmers. 
The seat of government is located at 
Des Moines, and there are also several 
thriving towns and villages. Tjhe pop- 

' -ulation of the county as givenj by the 
United States census in June, 1390, was 
05,362, but the rapid development of 
its agricultural' and mineral resources 
together with increased facilities in 
transportation, manufacturing and gen- 
eral business in its cities and towns has 

' led to a large increase in its population, 
which is now estimated at upwards of 
75,500. 

The public schools of the county are 
in the adyance in all that porjtajus to 
organization, discipline! and efficient 
educational wdrk. The practical knowl- 
edge received here is, important and 
forms one of the chief factors in our 
material prosperity. It is claimed, and 
justly, too, that the children of these 
schools have all the advantages which 
the public school system affords. Polk 
county is well provided witn comfort- 
able, commodious school houses, 
sufficiently numerous and' convenient, 
and the teachers of the county are 

* among the most thorough educators in 
£h> State. Much of the success of our 
county schools is due to the fact that 
w have a county superintendent who is 



an educator 



housesjn 



wid£ 



vanced vie^st and under his direction 
the schools have become more systemat- 
ized and cfihient. Thebamberof school 



the bounty 



twenty-live, 
is about fou 
The affairs 



and others 



and the off 
vice, anc 
evidbnce 
men hav£ 
the office* 






It 
larged, but* s still 
modate i the bos 



experience and ad- 

, i . 1 . Ll! 



and the 



of the 



ue, are 
cjrs are 



is two hundred and 
number of teachers 



hundred {|nd seventy-five, v 



ccjunty, financially 
in good condition, 



doing efficient ser 
lh all departments we have 
that capubK trust-worthy 
been called to administer to 
ofthecouaty. . . t 

The county courthouse wap erected in 
1858, and »,t that! ^im« it was the larg- 
est and njio8t nagn;fBpen|t structure of the 
kind in low a 



h4s recently been en- 

too small to accom- 

of 



asineBB 
c^drit v in [the State. 



/ 



thjs moist 

?opulouis c<hjrity inlihelState. The po jr 
f the epun.y are well cared for; a}id 
provided with the coEiforte of aljoinc, 
and witti m edical at tendance at the Polk 
County j In frmaii- and Farm, located 
about six miles kiorth of Dea Moines., 
This farm ( obtains tvro hundred and' f 
eighty ticrenfof land, and is under eitvl- 
lent cultivation. I The inmates win '• i\\v 
piiysiccilly iiile tci work, do so, either on 
tha farm oi about the buildings connect- 
ed with it | A Ifine three story briclp 
hqiise was erected fprjlthe accommoda 

tion of the* ipane 

they receive carefu 

best of mai lagemen 

port rr ade to the Co 

learn that the cqndtti<jm of each depajt 

ment ib ex :ellent, alnd the supervision 

very satisf i<? tory. I j 

The lipar slancj bridge^ of the countV 
are untier ;he direction of the Board u| 
Super .jisoia, whb cjontemplate building 
a num oer )f new bridges this year. [Th| 
county treasury contains surplus funds 
sufficient f)r this pi irpose, and also fo 
the impro 1 r ement o ; ojir roads which ar 
in as good a condit on as any county in 
the state. ' 



the county^ where 

attention and the 

From the last ro- 

inty Auditor, jve 



DES MOINES -DIKficiqfejS". 



TOWNS (|F ifOLK COUNTY. j-'J 
We desire :o b Jjeak • briefly, here of tjip 
principal toins in [the cclunty, many bf 
which in the course of time, by reason* of 
their nearn^Bsii to IfeB M^ine^ and the 
fact'thateomaiiy 
part dliily, will be 



trains arrive and de- 



cs Diisidisred 



suburban 



to if M JMoines, a|nd kra all pleasant and 
health v places i| Wich to reside. 

MmJHKlil'VlLLE.. 

The town of AiitJoliellville.is located in 
Beaver township,; abduj; fifteen miles 
east of Des Moines on the C. p. I. & P. 
B.K., tintfialso or Jhe K. & D. MJ 
branch 1 , p. was aipout jlune 2, 1867, 
by Tthiimju Mitchell arid [has at present 
a piipulajti 3n of tboutfbne|;housan(i. It 
is a bright, healtiy village, with 1 some of 
thelineat loUntiy in Iowa around it^ 
found her j it abundance. Gom- 
1 is liveljj ri nearty all branches 
The fc ta :<j Industrial School 
located here. | Mitchell ville 



Coal is 
petitio 
of trade, 
for Girls id 
supports a 



■excellent, nlaking| it 
.residue ce. 



weekly paper called th^Mit- 
cheltville IuLlex.l The town I has good 
schools and churches, and the society I is 



a pleasant place for 



'tauu trade 



to^s;are well 1 re ir Rented in Altooria. 



The* 



ajoer 



usual 



JI/IOONA. V 

The Uowil qf AH odna was laid out in 
1868 h$ Hi G. De.v'n and J. B.Bausmanj 
ispartlv ill Beavrr iind partly in Dela- 
ware town f hips, t nd is situated on the 
C. R. I & . P. K. R , ttbout ten, rniles,eaet 
of Des Mcines.i Tti« K. <fe D. branch of 
this'road alsjo pauses through the town. 
It, "haw a p jpUlati pis of about five hun- 
dred, j nd :he prii cipal iridustrie^ of the 
place are the mining and shipping of 
- coal, and t he ma iu facture of brick' arid 
tile bclth of whici are extensively prose- 
cuted. Fire clay, i& well as coal, is found 
herein abundance}. ; , The branches or re- 



ppii|uel here 



found "• in "country 



'if/'called VThu, 

\ \ ■'.' 



I 



63 



olkjCttyi 

Polk City was laid oui November 9th 
1850, by Georgp Beebe, aid is located 
on the C. & N- iBT. R. R., about fifteen 
ttiles north of Deb Moines. ' It was in- 
corporated in 1876, and bus now a pop- 
u ation of five hundred. Good building 
si. one| mineral amint, pottjrs' Jclay jand 
a bundanqe of cdal and tim ber are found 
iii this- locality.! Polk City has tfyree 
churches, the Congregational, tyfethcitlist 
aid Qhurch of Christj. It has also| an 
excellent graded school an i q, good ho- 
td, While various business interest^ ara 
found here] including a flouring mill and 
a. tile factory. The secret and benevo- 
lent societies 'represented by Mai ions, 
Odd Fellows, tlnited Workmen anc the 

Grand Army i I the! Republ ic. 
1 '■ ' I " > 

i COMMERCE. | 

Theftjowri of (Commerce wale laid out 
April 22, 1371, by A. J. andjj. A. Jfack, 
king known as residents of] l)e8 MoWs, 
is situated onj the G. K. I. & P. R. R., fit. 
teen utiles weet ( o^ the city, jand contains 
apout two hu adred inhabitants. It is 
located on a hillside * overlooking the 
Raccoon rivei , and the principal indus- 
try i§ the mining of coal. fThe town has 



a 



good school 



and church 



b usiness interests. There is also a 

■ r i ■ r : i' • • * 

elevator located qere'and 



business menj 
ock dealing 



s 



This town 



are largely 



several 61 the 
interested in> 



SHELDAHL 

is located 



it: 



jrthwesterri portion of 
lip on tbe lme of the C. & 



a ad is palrtly 



in Polk 



tprycotmty, It has 1 a 



the extreme 
/incoln 
N. W.U.-R., 
a|nd partly in 
population of 
2arly five hriridred,apd is| a good point 
or the shipment of grain. It has jigoocl 
sehooj, one hotel; f '^nd a number' of retail 
business houset . Two firms ar6 interest- 
e 1 in .the safe o agriculturalimplements 
ar[itbe;re aife Jseveral grdin and stock 
dealers. 



and several 



A' 



ram 



' * 



H 



* 



RES MOINES DIEECTqRY 



Other towns of Polk county are: |Run- 
neils, on the W.St. L. & P. R. R.,Hastie, 
on the same railroad, Ashawa. qn theD., 
M. & Ft. D., Cllve, on the D. M. N. W., 
Grimes and Kelsoy, on the same road, 
Crocker and Aukeney, on'the C. AN. W., 
Berwick, Bondurant and Santiago, 
on the Diagonal. There ai;e in the coun- 
ty also a numbei* of smaller towns. Say- 
lorville, Adelphi, Campbell; Elkhart, 1 
livey, Avon, Oldfield, Rising's un.Trent, 1 ? 
and Valley Junction. 

To those desirous of a new home, or 
location for business, in a pleasant, 
bialthful country village we would rec- 
ommendanyof the towns of our county. 
Information may be obtained by ad- 
dressing any of the officers of Polk; coun. 
cqunty. 

COUNTY OFFICERS-1891. 

Auditor.— Amos W. Brandt, Auditor; 
John S. McQuiston, Deputy; John Whit- 
ten, Deputy; Jesse A. Fenner, Deputy; 
F|:ed A. Cope, Clerk. 

Treasurer.— F. A. Baylies,<TreaBurer; 
C H. Dilworth, ; Deputy; W. B. Tomp- 
kins, Deputy; Ej J. Boynton, Deputy; 
E. D. Smith, Cleitk; Emery C. Worthing- 
ton, Delinquent Tax Collector. 

Irecorder.— Geo. C. Sims, Recorder; 
Win. L. Witter, Deputy; Frank S. 
Russell,! Clerk; ftfiss HattieCrum, Clerk." 

Sheriff.— C. C. Jjoomis, Sheriff; L. W. 
Snith, Deputy; M. Morkin, Deputy; V. 
Holmbeig, Deputy; M. A. Webb, Deputy. 

Olerk of District Court.— Wrn. ;Mun- 
son, Clerk; W. G. Kline, Deputy; J. (J. 
Jordan, Deputy; Miss M. E. jWilkinson, 
Assistant; W. A. Garrett, 'Assistant 

Edwin II ult, Assistant; William Clapper, 

i r 

Assistant. 

^SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS.— C. F. 

Baylor.; . ; 

. Surveyor.— M. It. Laird, (J. B. Wicks, 
Jr., Deputy, 

Attorney.— W. A. Spurrier; Nathan 
E. Cbth'n, Assistant. j 

Board of Super yisoks— T. B. Robin- 



son, Ifirst Distrjct; W^m. 
District; James 
Third District, 
District; W. H. 
trict. 
Transcript.Clerk— G. 



T. Brooks, Chairman, 

H. G.Iseini)iger,» Fourth 

Zickafooso, Fifth Dis- 



JiJDdES Distriot Court -W. F Conrad, 



C. PJ. Holmis, S 



Dahlberk, K\ W. Irisn. C 
Court BaIliffs— Vty. H 



Robinson, Aj. M 



Turnkey 



Niglit Watcjli 

OVERSEE] fl OF 



the Pook—Wm. Christy. 
PdoR Fa|rm Supurintendent— H. G 
Iseminger. 

■fcjd. It. Witter! • 



Steward- 
County A 



son, 



District; W 
Soldiers 



Treasurer; 
Janitors 
hard 



ihristy, 



B 



F. Ball Lett. 



District Court Repoi ters— Chas. L, 



West,. John Lewis. 



Clint Wise 



Mat Kastberg, 



sJYLuJM— W. H. Sutton, War- 
den; Mrs. Ellen Sutton, Vlatron. 
County Physician— W. H S.Matthews. 
Court HoJtseCommittfe— T. B. Robin- 

Wra. Christy, AmoB W. Brandt. 
Bridge Ccmmittee— JmiJesT. Brooks, 
Thirll Distrji ct; H. G. 1st mi nger, Fourth j 
H. Zickafooae, Fifth District- 
Relief- Coi imission— J. D. 



econd 



Hammer. 



!>,- 



B]L Irish. I 
Morgan, A^am 



McGfeirrougti, Chairman 



[\ B. Robinpbn 

J, C. Jennings, Joseph Shep- 



; J. G. Rounds, 
,; Secretary. 





TAL CLOTHIN 



filUil titim Ultra lai tofl' CI bihia^, < West Walnut cor. 8lxl:h 6t. 



Arlrl^'tweeii; west j ■ 3rd 
, t j CYockerto School.; ' . 

ApU^IS — Pfpini ijidiadola to 

!' ! hive, s Des A 



HOUSE, ho 

x 5 



n 



4th iron? BLOdMIflELt) AVE 



I 



illside .BLUFF-Fifth wk 



oirips. 

4LLEN— Fourth south of Vine from 
■ j JDes ^[oines pivor to e 1st 14th, 

AfeDERSDN-tlN iiijth soi liof Yine from! 

j| ikskbaugh av^ to Royce, Chesterfield, 

f i jand f roitv east to Kn' n 1, Manu factur- 

ers Additiop. j ■ I ' ' 

^NkENEYf-Frobi'Deai ave to North, 

Grant Park aLdJYorl h Choice. 

AIlilNGTo'iN AyE.— Y$\m . Orchard to 

" ; ""^ to 6th 

North 



j franklin ave, ;hence a )rthwes 
" j* aveJNorfh De3JMoinja. 

a "ilNGT0M— Sbventk abrth of 

from' east 10th to Hth, Arlington 
.,, Heights.' ' ! . 

A)RlHUR-~Seven1h; nort 1 of Des Moines 
liver %rom George to I Sayloryille 
Roaq\ Twining^ Addit: on. . j ' 

£8CENSIQI}T— Seventh ijcjrth ofj Center 
from we0 11 st to 1 4th. 

AlJH^ORI^FairView. 

^HJ,A^%fFron West 
j 'j ijlorrisfand Esl baugh 
• \\ djitiona^ j -\\ 

kTKfNS-^ourth borth df 

\Ve6t 21st to 25t h,- Cott ij ;e &roye. 

ArSTlN-fjrOm C. %& l Q .'. jtrlet to West, 
Manufacturers Addition.. j, 

J- Between Iwest < tfch and 5 ;1 l, f : om School 
to Ridge 1 , j 

i— I'tftli east of .Dek Moinbb iliver from 



avjeohe mile south. 



itflt 

one 



p.EVARD- 

ml wdst to 







Buchanan to no rtli city 



^AKEOWAVE-fFi-ope. 
Hi to Dean ave, Cunnir 



tijm. 
ECKWITli ' 



! JAXCROFT AVE— ^rom (flifton ave to 
. Courtland Boulevard, C i fton Heights. 



]Des Moines fiver, irom 

fEL)toKT-~From tfest tt 
-Morris' an<^ Esbpaugh 



Court ave, 
&Westj}'Addi- 

Schoof from 




tof 



m 



--From Iildianola 
Clifton! lieightB. 

Des .Moibes river 



Hm North to| Frafikjin avp,| Nortli 
vs Moines) 



— Jmora Grand a^in soutl 
)38p]i, Brown's \jjobds. 



LEVARD— Frbin West 14th, | eouth- 
fWt to48th, Siiiith [iiverside 1 Park; 

^AN— Fifth east of 6th avd, from 
id ave to lllghla id Park. 

Twelfth n jrth if North, fJom 8th 
4th, Grand View. . ', ' i\ ' j 

BRANpT— From ypeait ave to; North? 
(Srint Park and York's Choice. 

XEBORO AVE— Seventh | north 
^t Renter- from j west 28th to 30th, 
EhigmanPlacp. 

BRKrGS— Frpra Carkeon Diive to Clif- 
ton ave, (Sifton Heights. 

BRO)KS— First f 8 ()uth 
efts; 16th -to 2 

BROW :^S AVENUE 



o£ Walnut, from 



18tl and 19th, from Rax codn 



Between , west 



imits. 



I:. I. ;& P.R. 

I ham's: Addit 



AVB-rfcweif 



di 



:10ns. 



m 



h^ north of 
(Jthave to 8th. 

Court ave, 
1$ Wests' Ad- 

■4 



Moines Expres: 

OFFIOB8U1D, 



verio 



north of Walnut 



! Hal road. - | . | 

Bl^CHA NAN— Seventh borth of Walnut 
frOn Pennsylvania aire tu ea^t | 17th' 

BUCHA NAjN— Eie ^ n th 
Mm eajBt 4th tc 6th. 

BURlflll [AM AVE^Thiriieth west of Des 
ides river, from faif ton aye to 
jman.ave, Byons Park. 



N AVE^-Betweeb east l&th and 
from , Maple southeast to Wilson 






1 I 



BUR 

2 

'tween eist lj^th and 14thl from 

■ VjiMitd Court ave^ from >fapleto 

j;,.- "VWi ler, frOm .Fremont to Northj lanu 

1 fr6it Hubbell t d Washington ave in 

CiU):tal.Park. | I ' ' ,i ! f 

C— -Beljy ?eii west 5th and Cth ave, from 
J Nortn street tw<> blocks south. 

CAMB^pGE-Seveijith eiat.oSr eibjave, 
Ovid ave to nojrth limits of High- 







00 



>3 



'. frdi 
lai 



and Transfer Gi 

FIFTH STBEET 



Parkj 



RICHARDS, FRANK 



1 



S3 

00 

• o 



TSJ 



r 



;hfield&co. 

■B87U l! 



1 



.: L. MASQ 

705 ajio 707 WALNUT,S\ 



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OS 



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m 

s 

— en 

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c • O 

So 

a — .j 

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^ 09 

». m 

o.e > 
ta.-Z > 

3 a »fr 

c 



of. Walnut, 
to west 8th. 



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Si 

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III 

i 



CAPITOL AVE~Firs{/j$>rth of Walnut, 
, f roiii (UHt JLlth Co State Fair Grounds. 

CAPlTOL-'StHroiulsolith of Vine, from 

} east Kith to 17th. 

0. 13. & Q.— Twelfth south of Vine, from 
east 24th to Kneali, Chestorrjeld and 
ManufafJtmers Adllition., 

CENTER DRIVE -From Boulevard to 
i 38th, Brown's WoOds. 

CENTER Eighth north of Walnift, from 

Des Mo|nes river to west 28th, and 

from 35th to Parkj Lane, Greenwood 

Park. ! 

CHARLES Fourth north of Center, from 

| west Oth to 10th. j 
CHARLES From Sa f ylorville Road thrt»e 
I blorks north, Eii^k* wood. ; 

CllERRY j Second sijuth of Walnut, from 

;l west 5th to 14th. j 
CHESTER! First 'north of Center, from 

V wyst 24th to 20th, 1 

ClilESTNUT Fifth ! north 
from Des Moines river 

CINCINNATI AVE Sedond north of 
.North,' from east 18th ; to Delaware 
• a ve, Foundry Addition/ 

CLAKKSO'N AVE Tenth north of 
North, from west N> tn i three blocks 
west, Norwood Park. 

CLARKSON Fourth north of North, 

| from Dos Moines river to 27th, North 

|)es Moines. 

ci.AY Fourtlfeast of Raccoon river, 

! from second to Ir.dianola ave, s Des 

Moines. ' i 

CLAYPOOL AVE- Between east 19th 

and 20th, from North south and east 

to Elliott in Yorks Choice. 

CLIFFORD Erom C- R. I. & P. R. R., 
t > Dean ave, Hartley's Addition. 

CLI NTON AVE Sixteentfrnorth of Des 
Moiies river, from 6th ave. to 14th, 
Oak! Park. 

CLOVER LANE From Grand ave to 
Center, Greenwood Park. , 

COHEN From Maury to West, Gilbert. 

COLLEGE. AVE Fifth north pf North,' 

from Des Moines river to 16th, North 

| Des Moines. 

COLUMBIA Ninth north of 
; from east 4th to 6th. I 
O IMElblAL Fifth north of Walnut, 
from west 1st to 2nd. 




DES MOINES DLREOrMf. 



Walnut, 



COOPER 
lifton 



I From CI ifipn ave to Holqies 
Heights. 



DRIVE j> ml Kingman to CM 
aW , Lyons' jPojrk. 



CI 

COPE 

toil ave|, L.yoni 

CORNELL Eightll eilst of 6th' ave, fron 
Ovid a"e jto i|or;h iimit of HighlaiM 
■ PArk,' I 

60TTAG(E Fifth noijth of Center, froiji 
wbs} 12th to 13th[ 

v lAGli GROVE' 



rU 



AVE 'trom west 
rthwest to 2Hih. 

Oe|n ave to Logai, 
thin, .i 

COUllT AVE First (south of Walnut, 
from |)es Moines jriver to west 5th. 

COURTLAND lOULEVARD Fron 
Hillside ave, s< hf invest to Kirkwool, 



COTT 

end0ij|)c l k.er, nf 

COTTO^j Ffohi . 
Redhejid's Add 



C'lliltoiji Height}*. 



jid .south of Vice, 
ilOth. 



\£D SW 
;>ast 18jh to 

north of Center, froln 



D 



From Kingnjtn 



COlRTL 
i Loin 

CliOCKEil First 
■ west ist to 3,^tii- 

croswait itaiv 

: I ave,|6 3uthwestitoJ37th, Lyons Park!) 

'CURV^l Ninth sU|h of Des Moin 
rfver, from Jfffejrson to iHarrisoq, 

• es 

Oak) Bt Jeen west 10th ahd 
: ! rom Scott to Park, from Schod| 
to Gr 3ve, and pom Enos to North. 

iet^i sen east 14p' and 15th, from 
Railpad ave to ©cott, from) Market 
to po art ave, and] from ^Capital 'ave to 
^■rani ajve. ' h 

DAlt Third nortk df Center, from wjest 
Oth to 13th, . 

.N fourth spulh of Vine, from ^)es 
loir es river po ^ast 2nd. 

VE3 



EE 



EE 



Thirtfeedth north of -Des; 
loir es riverJfrc m 6th aye to ' Y tie, j' 
"orth,moreland. j 

QT Second soi ith of Walnut,- f r Dm j 

rd north of Waliiit, 
rom Des Moines river to east 26th. 

TB! I From] Dean ave to Wal mt, 
ottbn Mill Adc ition. '. 

tSKpN iigttlf. north of Cerjter, 
'ron west l8ltQ4th. 



resti 3rd to 
MOINES 



TGLAS AVE! 
)es Moines 
,wes ; 11th. 

DOUGLAS Fr 



Seventeenth nortl 



of" 



riVer, from Cornelfl to 



Forest ave tb State; 



Meiritt & Fiscl er's Addition 



istiMIshed 
fileptiom 394 



^•■(NATURAL STONE, Home SForei 

I9*i ) W. A.8TEPI-K. QuiirHM in Marlon Ooijrii 




209 

wesl soath 3d St 




B 1 ft ween 
Woodlaijd 



; i 



l$tweeu east 15; 

4ja|Jket-to;Viue,!i 

to Washington aji J 



Jf 



edMo!n drive 

martial id Bojile\o 

EIOTEENTH Ei 
iDes Moines rivqr, 
to Railrmd, from 



'School, 



jClark, aW froui 
(Joseph, 
EJGHTEEtfTHJ Ei 



pities river, f vol 1 1 Maijry to jNort$ 



EIGlHTHi.'EiflrMhW' 
'4K Cfoii Elm to | 
CJhestuilt to uortl 
IPa'rk. 

EIGHTH lEiglith 4 
river, I 'es 4l<>infe : 



EPRT Fro 
|«ltton Mill 

LSI 



Ij'ijtton fcl 



EL 



and|, loti, from 
'. J l^asaiitj. 

ucl /16t:i, ? froni 
id from Buchanan 

<H . I ' I . • 
mate Fair Grounds, 

river to Madison, 



3 AST First west 
ftom'Dos Moinefc 
# Hydd Park. ! 
iXstON BDULEjf^RD -Prom north 
bid of east lSthJ lortheist to *ast city 
fits. L i \\J ? t , 

•om pliftoii ave to 
rd,CUif ton Heights.. 

hteenth west of 



and fro i(i Inaiaua ave to 



Franklin ave to St. 
iteenth east of Des 



EIGHTH Eighth South c|f, Des/Moiues 
! ; river, 'ft oiiiHaccjo on river to j^ariiel(l, 
i 1 8 pes Moines. ! ' '■' 

iEIGllTM FronJ4( vsou 
j forth, North Oal: ParK. 



)iues r 
uehaiah. 

II 



n De 

Adi 

Eh 



|il|)iiies 
ave: a i 
Djriye, 



Eli 
rivfr, ff< 
id Fleasy 



Pro.- 



ELEVENTH 



uorth. 



Jak 



ELE/ENIH 



)locks 
ELltidiTT 



N T orth, 



EL 

EL 1 ? 



h to L4th 



jfchoice 

4 Eighth jiortk 



tr 



pec 

Froii 
Park 

Fro hi 



north, Qt 

FramC 
Grant 



-.. SecDttd sout-i 
'8th' to east 1 15th. 



fro iri 



OVER 60S and 605 WALNUT 8t 

THE LEADING 



l)E^|M6lffEfe \j)\ 



mth of Yiue, frpm 



ENGLISH 



Raccoon river 



Woodland ave to 



5tof pes Moines r}v- 

leasriht* aud irom 

limit of Prospect 



st of 



river to Court ave. 



Des 



'3Ioihe8 



ave two blocks 



n ave 

ion.j 

■nth 1 



to i Walnut, 



211 Rai 

jr.tl 
n I 



east of Des 
lroad ave to 



^Hkr.tjh 1 west; of Des 
lapjiet to Grand, 

ttit-j tq Spring CreeW 
■aijk. ! , /j. ' ... I 
Oyid ave, six flocks 

"■■ ' ^ 1 
Oak Park a Vet 

i Park. * 

R.il.& P. R. R. to 
Park, and York's. 



ive 



of North, from east 
Graifcaview. ■ 

of Vine from west 





LakeavfMtc Wab 



$i tth south of 



to KMeal, Manufacturers 



ish, Chesterfield, and 



67. 



from ^ 



Heights. 



from ,ej 
Additioi 

FUNIS' Ariinktc-n 

F^.OS , Fifth Eorth )af Center, from west 

10th to iltll. 

^From Anderson to 

Court ave, {?he$Qrtieid and Lakeside. 

^CLID AVE; Fi'fkeuth north of Des 
Moines' river, froni Cornell to 13th, 
Oak'aud Jliighlaid Parks, j 

F-I-Between east Fifteenth and Sixteenth 
from Many to R^iccbonj and from 
Market to 13 rooks. ; 

tilll AVE —From North to Madipqn, 
Hyde Park. 

Ml R ALL— From Dean ave j to North, 
Grant Park and York's Choice. 

FIFiTEENTH— Fifteenth west of Des 
i Moines riv ^, vrom Raccoon river ;two 
, blocks nor ih of School. | 

FTEENTH iFifieenth eat|t of Des 
I Moines rirer from' Harriet to Court 
L ave, and from Brooks to Washington 
f- ave. \ . ! :■• , P _ I" ! 

FTH— FiftL;4*estof Des Yoi^es river 
" from Raccoon -tjti Grand ave, and from 

. Chestnut to College ave. 

F|[F.TH Fii'tji east' of Des Moines, from 
Maury to <jrarti(3ld. ; ! 

kFTlt Fiftll ; soith" of' Des Moides 
laqcoon river to Gartield, 



river, froni 
s Des Moi i 

■FttJLMdRE. Eh 
|. ivoin east '" 

i. . "M 
tl° 



F 




1 



? 



•* 



NATIONAL IANK« O 



£-Foiii east pt i to 13th. 
est 



IRStTj Firsts 
iVojn Raccoon 
froin lender to 

iRrk First east 



t'ljotn Raccoon 



s Des MoiMa. 

veuth north of North 



jof Des Moibed river, 
iriver to Locust^ and 
North. ■ \\ 

of Des: Moines river, 
;{> 'Maple. 
IRS^T First south of Des Moines river, 
froni Rac(joou J:iver toUljouroe, s D(js 
Moines, 
FiORDAVE Fourth north of D<|s 
Moines river, Ifrom Bluff to-Saylor 
ville Road, Old [Orchard Beach. 

FO'RE$T AVE Third north of Nortel, 
from Des. Moines fiver to 3!3th, North 

Des Moines. 

FrOlteT AV3E Hrs 
from w T esi ! 13tli'to 



lit 

B 



tibu 



R. 4tH AND 



oo< 



CO 



o 
•d 

o 

M 

O 

* 



PS 

St 

•<- 

^ p a 



north of Center, 
15th, Davies Ajddi- 



hi 

<• . to* 
HjgO. 

2#i 




U1U M»n4l»«t 



forlowk. 



UT ST*. •*•««*., 



CO CD 

10 to 
as d> 



CO 



z* 



«* £ 






3 CO 



H 
(14 




II 

• >, 
o ^ 



j. 



F. N, DRAKE 



WORK GUARA 

223 East Fiftft 



68 



DIES MOINES DlfpCTOIi 




FOREST AVE ■ Second 'north of North, 
from east tfh.to Pennsylvania ave. 

FOREST DRIVE From Grand avc, 
southwest to west L'Sth, P<dk Ami 
Hubbell's Park. 

FOUNDRY From ; Easton Boulevard, to 
' 'Washington ave, Foundry Addition. 

FOUNTAIN AVE Frolu North to Mad- 
ison, Hyde Park. 

FOURTEENTH - Fourteenth "west, 1 of 
Des. Moines river, frjnn Ft. Dodge to 
Walnut, from Grand ave to Woodland 
; ave, and from Crocker to School. x_ 

FOURTEENTH Fourteenth east of Des* 
Moines river, from Des Moines river 
to Elm, and from Court ave to north 

! j citv limits. I 

i ' L * 

FOURTH Fourth Tves} of Des Moines 
\ river from Elm to jNorth, and from 
Forest ave to Franklin. 

FOURTH Fourth east] of Des Moines 
river, from Shaw to North. 

FOUIiTH Fourth south of Des Moines, 
i river, from Raccoon river to Garfield, 
s Des Moines. ' 

FRANCIS AVE Twelfth '' north of 



North from west 1 



3th, three blocks 



west, Norwood Park. 

FRANKLIN AVE Ninth north %f 
! North, from Des M< ines river to west 
i 11th, from 16th to lljth, and from 24th 
, to 27th. |.' «. | 

FRANKLIN AVE From west 14$ to 
f Des Moines river, J South Riverside 
>Park. I ' ! 

FRiNZ AVE Eleventh north of Des 
Moines river, from Hamilton to #th. 

FREMONT Tenth north of Walnut, 



from east 4th to Gth 






G 



G 



and from Penn- 



1 

. sylvania ave to 15th. 
FT. DODGE Fourth 'south of Vine, 

from west 12th to 2f)th, Ctiy Place. 
FULTON DRIVE From' Clifton! ave, to 
Court land Boulevard, (Jlifton Heights. 

Between west 20th abd ^lst, from 
Center to Cottage G rove ave. ; 

Between east Sixteenth and Seven- 
teenth, from Market to Brooks. 

GARFIELD Eighth north of Walnut, 
from east Gth to Gtfc. s . '• 

GARFIELD Sixth easfe<f f Raccoon river, 
from Second to Inflianola ave, s Des 
Moines. 




|?ast loth 

GEORGE I I< 
blocks !1( 

GILMER? 
Ibert. 

GIL LETT 



GAllfVER Seventh south of j Vine,! from 



to 10th. 

rom Sayllorv 
rth, Eng ew 
roni Maury 



10th ,o lfth, North Lies Monies. 



'hird north 



to We 



illp- Rpad three 
col. 



of North, from 



(JOODE Third nortl 
j Arlington ave t< 
1 Mf)ines 

GOULD Second 
Eiihbaug 

GRAt^N 

Mbnjis' 
Addition 

GRAND AVtE 
from eas 

GRANDVlUW 



SOllth 

i ave tOiiDt 

From Wet 
md Eshba 



Secoi 



of North, from 
4th, > ortli Des 

of Viup from' 



i. 



bt, ..Gil- 



t to Coiirt ave, i 
*gh & West's 



.. hd north ( >f (Walnut, 

to west city limits. 

V" KleVjenih r *noi 



HAMILTON Foui 
froni Corning aye 



HARTLEY 



north lii hit of High 



Grounds, from 



Second 



Orafdajye, Elbaiti; 
ith so 



C. li. I. & 



HARRI 
fro 



\T y . Twelfth 
east 14th to G. 



HARRISON Fifth 
riVer-yfrom Second 
pes^Icjnes. \ 

HARRISON AVE 
R. R. ,tq Dean a, 
dition. 



"W38t of 



HAMPTON Eigh 

Lak^-fiye'to jWabhlsh, |C 

and froih East tdKfteal, ij\|ar^ufactur- 

ers Adc ition. ' 



orth of 



Nbrtti, fiohi east p. to 14th Grand- 
view, ; . 

GRANT AVE*( Fro.n) Dean av* north In- 
to Siate Mir Grounds, rtedhead'B. 
Apditioi:-. ^ j i , 

GREENWOOD LANE Fron Grand 
aye to Center, Greenwood ^ark. 

GROYE Third north of CeEte|t, from 
j West 9th] to; 10th. 

qUTHR [E Arlington HeighK 

H Between west Twenty-ttiiird and 
] Tweaty- fourth jfrom! High to Wood 
land avc , and from Mill to School. 

H Beta eer . east Seyer ieenth apd Eigh 

teen;h, :xom Walter to Ng 
HALL Seventh noith of Center, frpm 
Des Moines riveij to) west ijatj. 

Gth ave 
Park, to 



east o 
Lake 



ind Piri. 



Scate Fair 
P.R.R,to 



Yorkis Addition. 
i!ith 6i 



Vine from 
idstertield, 



outh bi Walnut, 

ekst qfj ' Raccoon 
:'o Iiiqiajnola ave, 

RJJI. &'P 



Fulfil C, 



Real E^tate&Exchange Broke/s 

220 WE8T 5th ST: CLAPP ILOCK. 



unningtyain's Ad 

Lt 



scd\fiuii 

Contractor* for Pluifi 




;!■ 



HARVARD Third 
NAv Y6:k,ave, 
litfty of Bighljin 
H-V\1|H0R^E Frdri 
' •(li|uola£,velClif# 

HAY^ Seirertfjnor|t 
east! 4th o 6tli: 

HAVE^ Eighteen 
' Moines liver from 
, Oahj dnd Highfanc. 
PEWITT First i'soujtt 

' easji Sixteenth' to $ 
I ATT Cunningham' 

IGIL Fourth nejrth 
Iwejst.Gth ave to 2\k 
litbH Fron Jacksoa 
north, Minn's Ad 

UIllLSIDE AVE Fr 

four blooks east t 



E PLUMBING COMPANY. 

»)[n«» SteaiiJM.IOor. W. itfc ud iW »Phoai^. i HOJT ^ACTI iMOAB flTTmd 



DES MOINES DU 



t of* 6th aye from 
ce Park, to north 
Park. 1 

Banc rp ft 
Heights.,; ; 

11 of Walnut 



Dos Moines.' 

tlOLMES From Ban 
•jij , ave, Cliftm Height 

HOMfc- Between east 
| T\j[eutiet;i, from S 2 
^B[|k' iFromMilur, 

I leaft! loth to iftth. 



north of • Dfes 
Cornell tof 13t^, 

'arlff. i '•-,' '. 

of Walnul;, from 
neteenth.|> 
Addition.! * 

tf Walnut] from 



ave, twoj flocks 
Addition to Odk Park. 



•il()j\V«i.Ayj: Fro|m 
i |C(i.urtl^i5clBoulevji 

ill()^ll| FrUit 1 / 1 '' 
Larpiicin Plate. 

First nor 



\V&, 



HUBBELIL , 

. eastiOtt &b 17th, Q 

IIULL AVE Thlffceln 
from '<->nkt 8th u 
Grove, j ■'• . ; ■ ( . 

HJJLL CijinpinghaWs 

I Betljveen east SM : 
t£<jjuth,l frpm Des 3 

IU/iffasi ' Third 
i river f 
trallPl 



from 

llcel 



we $ 
North i 



en 



1ND A^'A.AVE Fir.' 

' f'om I)e/s ^loines 
i from 5th o 21st, 

INDL\k(.)I^. AVE , 
or, east ana soyth 
ijes Moi/iesj 

jIOWXiAVJEJ between 
' [and Nineteenth, *" 

coon. • 
JACKSJ)N! AVE Sisjt 
' Moines (river, froir 
; vl4th'. r ! 



fn 



pfc 



NlEIiSEN 



to In- 

i 

;» from 



|n Bloomfield ave, 
tidianola ave, 8 

•oft to Indlianola 

Nineteen!;] i and 
>tt to Raccoon. 

to West, filbert: 

i of vine, from 



d,Clifton Heights J 



Clifton 



ECTObV; 



of North, 

Bluff, and 

frorth Des 



ave to,. 



Q. street to 



West, 



i of Nortiil, from 
ital^ark.! 

li north of iSTorth 3 
12th, fright's 

■ J ■ . • 

Addition. | n 

eepth ancjl Eigh- 
>ines to North. 

of Des glomes 
College ave, Cen- 



JjE J FERS02J Eiglith north 
from Des Moines river tc 
from.Gtha^e to 20th, 
Moinesi . ', | '.' | ■. 
JJEFFERSQN Fifjl^ north of North, 
from Sayloryille Road to east 12th 1 , 
j Washington pfeiphts. | 

JEPFERSON First east (»f. Raccoo 
I river,, from ■Fifrstno. Eighth, 8 De 
i . .Moipes. -I",' | ' :' 

k Between west 1st and 2d, from School 
•p to Short. . f . | i j . 

.-JKIE'GMAN AYE Fourtn north of Cen- 
ter, from w^st 24th" to Newcorab ave, 
-., n.yon'3 I|arlp.|, ' I •' , ! 
KIF.KWOOD From Sciarkscn Driv6 to 
1 'Clifton ave; Clifton Heiglts. j 

KN\ \ AL Fro'in b. B. & Q. striet to West, 
! Eanufaeturets Aiddition. i 

L ^'condjWesilof Des Mdnes 1 river, 
•om iLincoliito north city limits. 

'L • JBetwcjen ei^tj 10th, and i:0th, froni 
;rooks t|) Walnut. j j 

LA ifAVETTEr ;Fourti\ north of Center, 
iom west 10th one block -west. 

XAI\E AVE From] And ersoii to Wa- 
Kish.'StanloyW.ajlditivm. ' , 

LAUREL' Third' north of Center, fron^ 
vest loth t^) 8th| and frop Uth tr> 
,.3th.' j 

LEVNER First north of C 
-j vest 19th to 21st j , 

iifNCOLN Eighth J r north j 
"rom Des Moine^river to 



east .lligli 



e nth north 



north ofij^orth, 

vef to Majn, and 

Nibrth Des Moines. 

from Raccoon riv- 

o Hjlltjide ave, b 

,i 

tee nth 

m Scoirtic Rac- 



ofDes 



Cornell to west 



LIN 



DNti PRICE 

HANSEN&COl 



69 



& 



<2) 



filter, from 

i 

if Center, 
vest 1st. - j ; 

LINCOLN Erb'm t, K. I. ! <fc P." R.'It: : 



lition. 



o Ddan ay^,! Hartley's ad 

DEN F.ou^h north of WjUnut, f roin 

" i CloVer to 



west 14th U\ 17th, and froj 
Park .Lane, Greenwood P|rk. 

LINDEN Faikewi 

LIN N ' Sixth dorth pf Walnii 

5tU to 6th.; Mi. i j 

LOQ -AN- Front plifton avb t 

:iift(in.He%ht8.| 
LOUISA ArUijgton! Heights, 
LOC L'ST First ' borth of Walnut, froni 
... ■■ Des ^oines, river to west 



LOCUST* First north of Walnut, froni 



5es Moines! river to east 



LUClA^ From 
:ive,. Clifton 
,LYON Foukl .notth. pf Wj 



5a8t4tnt)li8tli. 



Clarkson Driyp to Clifton 
Heights. 

lnut, from 





zr 


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CD 


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CO 

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o 


9 

3 


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a 




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*i 




B' 


P> 


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mm 9 


m 


mm ^ 



:, f roin east 
o Bancroft, 



10th. 



\w 



'o Zl 

frr. 



Gn 



a 



CLOT^lM ST6RE " 

52' East ilioeudt I Street 



w • 
€)r*0 

Ol • 

is 

■» •♦* 

Q * 

IS © 
«&• o 

5g> 



W. E, JOHN JOIl/Locusf Street^ 



70 



n 



VAPOR 3TOVE8, 



ES MOUSES .I)iBECTO:iY. 




Raccoon 
s Des 



M ! Between east Tw.cnti 4h and Twenty- 
■' . first, from Grand t| Claypool ave, 

. Sunnyside addition 
MADISON Second ea*t 

river, from, 2st to 
■f Moines. 

MADISON Washingtori H<jightj* 
MADISON AVE Froir north to Fouth 
: limits, Wrights Grov?. ■ 

MAIDEN. LANE From oUndl ave, to 

■ Center, Greenwood Parkj. ; 

MAPLE Fifth north of W>lnut, from 
Des Moines river to {>ast02nd 

MARION Arlington H 

MARKET First south 

west 11th to east 22n'd 
MAURY Seventh sout h o"f Vine, from 

" i 'Des Moines river to least 24th. 
MEEK AVE -Third south of Vine, from 

from Town ave toj east 29th, Esh- 

baugh ^West's addition. 
MEEK AVE Fifth norl h nf N^rth, from 



eights. 



of Vine,' from 



20th to 22nd, North Des 
MESSENGER Thirteenth 
* ''North, from east 
| Wright's Grove. 

MICHIGAN From In 
I ;lege ave, Central PI: 



• ,L Fourth north 
'west 10th to 2-lth. 

TCHELL AVE Foi 



Moines, 
north 



of 



12th to 14th, 

liana ave to Col- 
ice. 



Of Center, from 
rth south of Dos 



N 



X 



of Walnut, 



NEWCOMEI 



from Em 
additio^. 

NEW YORK AVE 



Eleventh 
to Kneil, 



Moines 
to. Rock 
Schoojj 
Josep 

NJNETE 
Moineis 



Moineb fiyer, from 

Charlie, Lake Pari a|d Ehg-ewood. 

NINETE^JNTH NiteteinthieEtof Des 

river, from Racctoon river 

sland, f -om Gratid aVe to 

aid fromj Indiana av^ (to 8t: 

l^JTH Nil eteinth ^asfeof Des 

i river, franY Sflqtt tj> ]Valnut, 

and from Easton) Bou 
ingtofj a\e. , 

Niath w^e-t of 
from Raccoon rive 
* Prospect JPark. 



NINTH 

river, 
.'■ limit <j)f 

NINTH 



from Des MoinAs riyW to 
ngton Heights! 



Moines river, from ^vest 14th to 18th, j 
South Riverside Park, j 

)NROE Third east of Raccoon river, 
from First, to Curve, s| Des Moines. 

)XTC.OMKRY From Eliston Boule- 
vard six blocks nortli, Easton. Place. 

>RSE AVE From Clifton ave to 
Courtland Boulevard,Cli!ftoh Heights. 

)RTOX Tenth nortli of! North, from 
east 8th to 14th, Grajndvjew 

;LHERRY- First siuth 
from west fith to Pith. 

Between east 20th 
Market to Scott. 



! Wash 

NINTH 

north 

NOBLE 

Morris' ; 
dition|s. 

NORTH r 
Des M 
l<>rviljle 

XORTF 
Des 

NORTH 

liortl 

Nort 



Kinth east of Des Moines river, 



From OaK Park ave fivje blocks 

Oak Park. 

v I .1 . 

From West ; to Court av 
;ind Esiibaugh &' .Wests'. a< 



b 



I 



XORWOOI 

three hi 
ave ajnd 

HI 



Oi\K PA 
> 'Des 
'11th, 

OHIO 



50UI,EVARD : 

oities river 
oad, Old 



M 



For 

f- 



and 21st, from 



venth north of 
three blocks 



>:iMANX AVE El 
Xorth, from west jlith, 
west, Norwood Park. 

<:LSOX From Forest. OYe to 

addition. 



Merritt & Fischer's 
N^WCOMBAVE Thi 
J)es Moines river, 
to North. I 



State, 



rty-tifth west of 
ronj i Clifton ave 



OVID AVlt 
Moii 

and ■'.. 

OXFOR 
i Ovid 




iiipFQUi^r, 



) 



ave 



i w L«eu.k At. I All Ca^m«<it« ar« Made and fTrlmmat 
I W. Locust 51. | |f| Lat i. t J nd Most Artlatio j Mannar! 



FRIQiRMORt, 



Wmtji no 
Lai 



south 



Manilflaoturer's 



o[ Vine, 



h of I Des 
!e ave to 



, r ' 

evard to| Wa8h- 



D^8 koines 
to north 



JcfferBon, 



ri 



froiii Bluff to Say* 
On hard tlMac. 

Sixth nortfi cf Ceiitcr, from* 

Moines riyeii to Vest i\ity .limits. • 

VASHINGTON ! Seventh 

Nortli, from 13th to 20th, 

es Moines, j i i 

PARK From Iw^st 16th 



AVE 



ines river 



SixtVborthof 



icks wlest bejtween. Franklin r 
St. Josejifi, Norwobd Park. 



Fourteenth 



Oak Park. 

rtlJ Ayes 
on] Nojth 



5. 



river, 
Central Phlce 

OUCHAKD Third ior ~ 

■lth tj> 5 h, North Dos Molne 

( ) ^ B( ) R N | flij rd w est j of • St 
Oroutid;, from C. R, .1. & P. 
Gran|d Wi% Elbf-rt & York 
tiou. 

Thirteenth north 
'sjfrom H^lmi)ton to 1 
lighlantl Parkj « 

Sixth east j of Ctl^ Ave, from 
to Highland Partis). 



from f Gth ave to 



north of 



of 



Des 



College ave, 
h of Noj-th, from 



Moines 



ite Fair 
R. R. to 
's addi- 

of Pes 

th, Oak 




ti^ig Tailor. 




, I ter, west 



to south 
PLFASANT 



piir 

POI 



imits Wr 



Fifth ■ ijbrth of Walnut, 
from-weeft 7.th to j2: it, and froni Clev- 
er, to Par k Lane, ( r reenwood Hark. 



T Mi Between Mill )ferry and 'j 
fiSm west 6th tol'8 i. j ' " 



ea 
ta 



IU 



Second nortlJ, of [North, 
Pennsylvania ave to 17th 
'ark.' I m 

PROSPECT ; BOUiiEYlAlt 
, Ave| northwest, to 1 1 th 

RACCOON , 'Thirifl so ijth 
west 5tli 10 7th, an|i( (frb 
rivortoehst 13th. 



Ni 



I^ILIipADiAVE 
from D.js^Ioines * 

RAIl|0Ai|) -First sol 
w|st 14th to Brow 

DGffl ■Sixjth north 
wUi 1st to 4th. 

•RIVER jSedhnd norjtll 

/ . i wHt lOtli to 21st, 

RIVER FrunRacooc 
j, land, Cit y Place. 

RJVERSIDi: AVE t 
-, Moj les liver from 
sunj L Old Orchard 

RIVERBIDi; AVE ? 
| j-ivilr to 14th, son 

ROCK ISLAND A^VI 



JOSEPH, MO. 

Bran; v Hojuie, 1 ! | ' 

f.2d S - DesMoInes 



DES BtfCflNSS jpUfECTPEYl 



I]rora ( : rand ave to Cen- 
imit 'of [G : eenwobd Park,. 



PARK Sqveiith north rf Walbut, from 
I .j. west 5th to 14th. | j 

PARNELL First <ibn li of Nc-rt|i j from 
east 4th to Pertnf v yania ave. ! | , 

PELTONAVE Bettyien west 3rd and' 
j 4thffrom Elm two 'docks south. ( 
PEN^YL* ANI A A 'i E Seventh east 1 , 
! of fees Moines ri^» r, from j Locust ,to 
!■ wkuhingfonaveiaid from! Hull ave, 
j two" blocks north| in Wright's prove.' 

PENNSYLVANIA AVE: From north] 



ht's Grovel 

-I _L • 



ferry,, 

"I ' - 

from 
,Capi- 



pf ('enter from 
it river to Rock Is- 



rst norjtjil of Des 
Jiird, three 
Beach. 



street to 



«<)CK [ISLAND 
f from west 12th t<j) 

I*|)YClf ATO From 
C^urt a\e| Jjarriscn 



West; La 



rison Place J 



T^i-d south of Vine 
9th, City! Place., 

<D. B..& Q. street to 



i bifiigh'^te West's 

< RUSSELL i Severith ■ Jiuth ofjvine, 
east 24t i to Roy<:f 
and front 'East to] 
turtfrs Addition. 



HtAtJa 



fp 'Froin 6th 
Prospect ParK. 



of ;Vin<J,'.from 
m Des Moines 

it;n south of . Vine, 
jver to east ITtfh'. 

th df Vine from 
it ave, City Place* 



of Center from 



\r 



rom 



blocks 



Des Moines 
;h Riverside Park. 

Frorhjc.B.l&Q.. 



Place! and 
Ad&ftioi 



from 

ave, Chesterfield, 

Manufac- 



Kneai, 



\i( 




! ■ 



Esh- 



Manufacturers of . 

High Grade Flour 






jRUTLAND iVE Fffth'north of Center 

i frpm west' 28th to 30th, Kingman 

' ' ' pl He. . j'- 1 ': :;,: ! 

SA* FORD Tkth south of Vine, from 

; EJMbaogh fo Wabash* ave Chejjterf 

Held, and from East to Kneali Manur 

| fajjturersj Ajdditiph. ' i 

SA^LGRVILLE Rp^D Fnm Washi 
!, irlgton (Capital jpark), ncrthweBt to 
, lorth' limit) of Twinin^i Addition, 

|v li^ce west to west limit of Engle- 
[ wood.' ' J] ': 

SCHOOL Second north of Center from 
D^ Momesriverj to west 28th. | 

SCOTff. Six|h|north of Wnhiut from 
«e|st 9th|to|llth ; ] ', ! 

SCO irrl Fifth -b'outb: of Vine, from east 
1- '.. . 4th|to22hd. -. ; -. . .'. f }. . 
SECOND Second H^est of |3e8 Moines 
ri^ er, frojn llacdibn river td North. 

SECOND Sbcond eiust of Dee Moines 
rner from Shit\v!to Maple. 

'SECOND Second sfyith of Jqq Moines 
river, frojm Raccpon river 1 tb Garfield. . 
( i Pe/s Moinbs. [ 

SECTION i>omjGrand ave 
Sunny side Addition. 

^jVESTELfsTTII Seventeeijth| west of 
Dos Mo nes river frfom Raccoon river 
to Vine, frqm Orand aye It 1 
nqrtti of pchool. 

J3EYEKTfe^ f fII fpiventee} 

Des ]\toir!iei. river From ll 

to j 'Maury, and' from 

NirtlJ.- !*• '■!"■'■ _ 

SEME|S T Tir Seventh weBt ofJlDes Moines »» 



n 



ri\ er, from 



to North,' 



two blocks 



thj east o|- 
lilroad av<) 
durt ave to 



Ijir iit of Prospect park. 
iSEMENtjl' Seventh! east of 



Raccoon riv^r ito north 
)es 'Moin'os 



riv|\r from Railroad ave 1,0 Locust. 

of Des 






3E\'E:^TH peveilth sou, 

Moines* river from Raccpbn river to 
Gj f field, a , De's^ Moines 

SEVENTH Ffbm Jackson 1 H venue two 
blocks north, Nbifth Oak j 

SHIAW Sixth ! south of Vine 
Moines riverto oabt KithJ 

SHERIDAN Ninth north Of 
eiLiit 8th ;!o 14th, Grand V 

3H<t>W Fbirth north of € 
ibtlst ,o4th.. I : 

i( T0K^VE iThirdsdjith of Dea 
iMjdines r.ver from west 14th to 18th, 
Scjbth Riverside Park. 



) DRUGGISTS 



f 



\ 224. and i 26 West 



SUNDRIES^ 



WHCLE 




J ark: 
from Des 

North from 
ew. 

enter from 







72 



fc<2 



DES MOINES DIRECTORY. 



i 



♦ 



SIXTEENTH Sixteenth \ye,st of, Des 
Moines river, from Racqoon river to 
Woodland ave, from Pleasant two 
blocks north of School, land from 
Forest ave to St. Joseph. | \ | 
SIXTEENTH Sixteenth easj; oil Des 
Moines river from fiailrqad ave to 
North. »' I 

• SIXTH AVE Sixth west of Des Moines 
t ' I river from two blocks north of Rac- 
coon river io north limit of 'Highland 
.'Park, j .'. . J, i* 

SIXTH Sijcth, east of U|es Moipes river 
I from Vale to Buchanan. j 
,'3 SIXTH Sixth south of Des Moines river 




from Raccoon to Garfield, 8 Des 
Moines.' ] , 

SLEEPER From Maury to ^es^, .Gil- 
bert. | | 
SMALL Siixth north of Walnkit from 
— * ^i Pennsylvania ave to east 9th j 
■§| *1 SMITH First south of Vine,ifrohi Town 
K S *■ I ave to E ast, Eshbaugh's &| West's Ad- 



■"5 



n 



dition. i 






S0UTH Fifth south of Vinej from 
' west lojh to lJ)th, City V 



^* 



ace. 

From Uth 
southwest to ltfth, Prospect Park. 
STATE Jftftli north] of North from siird 



@/ 



<§/ 



< 



SPRING (.'REEK DRIVE 

» 1:5th, 

lorthl o 

to 27th 1 , North Des Moines. 
STATE From Easton Boulevard four 

blocksjiorth, Easton Place. 
ST. JOSEPH Thirteenth north of North 

from \Vest 10th, three blocks west, 

Norwood Park. 

adison, 
lolmes, 



} 



to 1 



ca 



fc id 

5 * 

■5 



SUMMIT •From North to 

Hyde Park. ' 
STAY LOR From Clifton ave 

Clifton Heights. 
TENTH Tenth west of Des Moines 

river from Elm to Pleas/aut, from 

Scott to| College ave,and from Wash- 
ington tb north limit of Prospect Park. 

TENTH Tenth east of Des Moines rivet 
from Des Moines river to Walnut 
and from Grand ave 'to Lyon. 
1 TENTH From | Jackson ave two blocks 
j t north, Oak ^ark. j 

I TERRACE ttOiAD From Grand ave 
"southwest live blocks, Polk &; Hub- 
bell's Park. ! I 
THIRD Third kvest of the Des Moines 

river fitom Elm to North. 
THIRD Third east of Des Moines river 
from Allen to Locust. 



THIRD 

river, 
8 Des 

THIRTE 



Thrd 



Moine*j 



from 
THIRTE 



I 
south 




oj . Des (Motors 

from Raccocjm river to Garfield, 
glomes. ; 



fiver, 



Viae to 
NTH 



23rd 
Tlk0MP^()M Third 



river, 
ville 



[io 



ITCH EN 

four 



TIFFIN 
! Wrig 

TRUES11 
ij Moines 
Sayh 



TOWN^Y 
to CoSir 



TWELFTH 
river 
ine 
Park 

TWELFTH 
river fr 
in Was 



fr 



frcm 



ENTH Thirteenth west of Pep 
Moinjjs river from Ft. Dodge ;o Mar- 
ket, f om Vine to iiKden an(l from J 
Park to Indiana &\ e. 

THIRTEENTH Thirteenth easiof Dea 



Shaw to Allen 



Washington ave 



Front 



noH 

mi Riverkide 



id, Old Orchard Beach. 



rv 



l'le road,()l( 
From' }\ 



; ave, Lak 



to 



west . of Dejsi 



,J North, C ak Park. 

THIRTIETH Thirtieth 
I Moines river, frota Kingman, ave to 
i north city limits; 

THIRTY-FIFTH 'fliirty-flfth ' irest of 
Des Mqines rivqr from North to 
State 

THOMAfc fflhirii so^ithi 
to Jfeth. 



Ovid 



ave 



> 



of Center from 

h of Des Moines 
ave to I Saylor- 



Olti From Eiikiton Boulevard 
)lo|iiks north, Easton Place. 

11 ' 

From east ' 
lit' s Grove 

ALE Socohd 



io wjist ' limits 



north of 



itiver, fr^m Riverside ave. 
il-le roadJOld Orchard Beih 



eside 



St. L. & 



Fes 
,ito 
eh. 

P. R.A 



stlof Den Monies 
} to Market, from 



ate, and frcon 



TWELFTH 

........ blocks n 

TWEIlFTP 



lour- 



Twelfth ^ 
frkmi-Ft. podg' 
Woodland 
Jefferson. 

■Twelfth : eost of Des Moines. 
>m Railroad ave to Jefferson 
ington Heights, i f ' | 

From! ljuclid ave 
)rth, Oak IjWrk. 
From [Elm to Messenger, 
Graid \jiew. ■«■■ 
TWENTIETH Twentieth west of Dea 
3loiAes i[iver from fVVoodland ave , to 

nortli cit|y limits. 
TWENTIETH Twintteth east of Des 
Moiies tiver, from fcviaury to Brooks. 

■ i I * J I T r 



TWENTY 



IIGHT^I 



C. W. FOWLER; 

T14 W. Looiaat St. T«leplioii« 511. 




Twebt^eightli veft of DeB Jloines 
riveij qc|m Racp|oon river to Forest 
ave. 



(Western ave) 



I \ Bteira keattBS* 
, |]pii|[mbtnk«n«««i 



Fl^lnc* 




B)ES J^OINES 




TJWE^Y-ltlFTH Twenty-fifth (west of 
1 , Dca r. jloines river, from Woodland 
ave to F ranklin a v» ; 

TJWEtf ■ 7Y-I IRST 1 1 venty-first >vest of 
Des' Mb:nes riverl from ! Woodland 
ave to C ark.' 

TtWENTY-jftlRST ! Twenty-Apt east of 
Des| lioines, river, from [Grarid to 
Olaiypopf ave/Sui nyside addition. 

I afwENjjTY-FOUR'TH Twenty - fourth 

1 weft of Des MoinsB river, from Highj 

i. to{i Ate. . .' ■ ■ / w ]. ; . , ' , ■' 

TfrENi IT-NINTH; rwenty-ntoth west 

of Des JMnes, fr mi Kiihginan ave to 

NoHh,J£ingman rlace. ' 

TWENTY-SECOND Twenty - second 

wesf of ; pes Moii i 38 river, from Mill 

. to(j)lark, V ;.'■ 

TWEN JTY-S EVENT] 1 Twenty: seventh 

wesjt of Des Mokes river,. from one 

' I block south i or Sc 1 ool to State. 
■ 1 • i' r : ■•' t , . • ■ 
TWENTY-S [XT II , 1'wenty-sixth , -west 

of I)es,ft oiijes rhcr, from Cenier to 

North, ajid jfrom University ' ave to 

'State. 

TWENTY-THIRD '[ wenty - third west 
.QiajpiisJ]fomes liver, from High to 
JYodttlan 1 ' ave, a i 1 from north lijie 
of Jewish ceohete:/ to Static. 

U^IVEp'sm'" AV:«] First [no^th of 
North, i'rloni 2ist tjo 30th, University 

• Pluck '.j .-'- 

UlfT(BS r ! Fairvieww 

YASSAR Second edrit of Oth! ave, from 
NftxfY^k ave, Like Park, lo North 
limits of Highlaiu Park. 

VALE ; Eighth south )f Vin£, from Des 
I ]\f oihes river tol eiirt 14tli. 

Vermont 

Jerttn 



VICTORIA 



river,i from NortH 
yentral I lace. 



Ff6hi ■" 



. to-West! 



CJhestert did. 



WABASH Second it 



westj,J.2t 



i to 



WABASH, 3 fifth §oi|#; 6f V|ine, from 
Eshbauu'i tj> 



field,. ai$ 
facturePs 



a * w,, Wa 3a 
from east 



addtyioi i. 



IftUMlahKl l«7l. 



ftp Wfe'Etp Larrison Place. 

VINE $(>cond Bout i of Walnut, * from 
. | weitilStoi to east 2Qth. I . 

.T\>feA$H AVE, FkJJaI C. B. & Q. street 



Second. westofJDes Moines 
to Colle 



ge aye, 



• * 



V St. L. &.P. R. R, 



6uth of Vine, from 
Brokyn ave, City Place. 



sh avei Chester.! 
A o Kneal, Manu-. 



WA 



!i 



Men^sL Boys 9 1 and Children' 

FURNISHIA Q Q00D8, HA T8, OAPt 
WEfT WALNUjTST., 



COD 



JDIREOTpM. 



iKEti fexth north of W|ajuut, from 

aye, and 



^ast 6th to ^Pennsylvania 
roml'east) Oth to 22d. 



WALKEJR From Easton Ppiilbvard four 
ploclis north! Easton Placj, 

WALL Firs t west df 6th ave, from Jack- 

I son ave, two blocks north, North Oak 

! Park , 

'' i J, 1 ' f 

WALNUT frbm water! worl;s, between 

! >esti6ttf 

WARWICK 
Burnh'ani 
.Park. 

WASHINGTON CAVE Seventh north 



. W North from 6th 
Lfrojnjflth north of 
• to 20th, North Des 

wa^hijngtonIave 



and 17 th, to easi city limits, ' 

First nortli of Center, from 
ave to Cope Drive, Lyons 



North, from Des Mc ines river to east 



Clothing, 

&VAU8E8. 
SIXTH. 



73 



ive to[13th, and 

North, from 13th 
Jlomeg! 

Third north of 



north of Des 
Bluff to Savior. 



WATSON AVE! Fiftl 
Moliries river, from ! 

i'ille Roaid, Old Orchard Bfcach. 
lVJE'RI'" from Forest av 3 ; to Stato, 
klernti & Fischers additidu'. 
ISTljlli JFrom Indhinola to llillside 
' ave^C'liflpn I;Ieights. 

WEST I. Fourth south (^f Vint, 
: uaiigh aye to east 32nd 

western Have- s^ tw 

' . Street. 1 h ■ . ;, 

WHEELER] ! Between 

Brooks, from|easti 1,8th to 20th. 

WILLIAM From pes Mqiuep river to 
North B:>ulevurd|, Old Orjliard Beach. 

WILLOW! Fifth uortlf of C -iter, from 
i Des Moines, river to| west 4th. 



'from'Esh- 

euty-eighth 

OouiK ave and 



WILSON A^E ; tiftli (north 
from.eatt -lpt'ti to [Elliott 
phoice 

WITTER ' From Mw\y to 
Gilbert. 

WOOD! AVE I Sixth noiith 



i , r ---,— <>f Center, 
from wpst r'-28th! t(j> ]N(e^qomb aye, 
Lyons Park, j ' | 

• ffiMdorthof Wal- 
M to 28 




WOODLAND AVE 
I nu^ from West 1 . . 
Clover to P^rk 'Ifan^, 

■;. ; ? a ^'i • I -\ 
YALE plrst^asto 

York ive, Lake Pafk, 
'bjf Highland Hrfc: 

YOl|Hc' Arlington He%hts. 

H 



to 



TT 



Of Walnut, 
in York's 



Duck 



ave, 



h 1 , and f rpm 
Greenwood 



Oti aye,! from New 



north limit 



A^&fifi 






Sar!" 



po 



Zi 

Q-°. 

• So 

Bi. J 

£ 2 h 

3 UJ 
o © > 

« — ^ 

3 • '* 

ff 5 



Dealer In Pjpe and Fittings, Plumpers' Merchandise, Etc. 



Oo 

Os 

X 
CO 



z 

2 






WARM! MM PEECIN 



WARC BOUNDARIES. 

FIRST WARD. 



m 7 



that 
line 



The first ward shall embrace all of 
portion of the' city lying rt'est of ja 
described as follows, td-wit: Beginning 
on the south line of the city in the! center 
of section twenty-one, in range) trvVenty- 
fonr (24), running thence north through 
the center of said section twenty-one (21), 
and through section sixteen (16), iv^ii 
part of nine (9) to the middle of] the 'lac- 
coon river; thence westward along the 
channel of said river to a point dire -ctjly 
south of the southern terminus of the 
middle of Nineteenth street; thence inrth 
to Grand ave; thence east on, Grand " ive- 
nue to Seventeenth stteet; tln.uice mrth 
on Seventeenth street to the north line 
of section five (5) in township seven- 
ty-eight (78) range 21); ther.ee weft on 
the north line, of said section to| twentieth 
street;. thence north on Twentieth street 
to the Des Moines river; thence along the 
piiddle of the said river to the north line 
of the city. 

SKCONI) WARD. 

The second ward shall include rill of 
the territory Iving east of the first ward, 
west of a line beginning at a point in the 
middle of the Raccoon river where it is 
intersected by a north and south line run- 



ning through the center of section 



^e£ < (9);Jthence north through the center of 



■ 



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< 



I 



said section 9 to Markdt street; thence 

west on Market street to Tenth 6treet; 

i i ' 

thence north on Tenth street to -Plei.sant 
street; thence west on Pleasant street to 
the alley immediately east of lot two (2) 



nine 



In subdivision of ioti 



Addition; 



ence 



noi 



and 4 of Rose's 
on said] alley ta J 
Park streejtj thence (jast on Park] street to 
Eleventh rtreet; thei[ce| north on Eleventh 

west, on 



i. 



plat of 
north to 
westward 



ward. 



lowing li lb: Be^ 



above de* 



AND BtEAMFITTER. 

Dos Moines, /a.,Lohust St 







street! to J sflferson street; thence 
Jefferson street to the! wesi Hi 



rbspect Pjark; thence 
the Des 
along 



line of the 



directly 
lence 
1 said 
}.fik 



fbines ijiver; tbence 
th4 middle of Ihe said 
river to th£ least boundary line of the 

TniRD WARD. i 

Thethijd ward of the said dity shall 
Miibrace ijllof the fcrrjtory lying east of 
thl» bounc.ary lines pi tjio-first and second 
wards ab( ve given \im\ west of the fo 



gnated 



u 



inning at the pom 
section nine (9), as 



the beginning point 



lington av 



north on 



Golden Rule Clothing House 

D. M. JOHNSON A SON. 



617 WMtWilnot Bt 



to Arlington avenue 



of 



tl|e east boundary 
running tuquce 



line of th second wjard; 
eastward! [down the RJac'coon river to the 
middle of Seventh JEtrejct bridge; thencfc' 
nortl| to thb southern terminus of Sixth 
avenue, b tilth of EIn street; thence ii^orth 
on Sixth It venue to lllni street; thence east 

1 ! ' j | 

on Elm sreet to Fif;b street; thence north 
on Fifth itreettg G:*ai|d avenue; thence 
\ye i st on (irand aven ie!|lto Sixth avenue; 
thence with on Sixthavenue to Chestnut 
street; thimce east on Chestnut street t6 
Fifth strt :t; thence north on Fifth street 
to, State street; thence 0ast on State street 



; thence north on Ar- 



■nne to Sixth avenue; thence 



Sixth avenue! to the middle of 



tlfence down the 
&outheast\taii|dly to a point op- 
center of Section thirty-five (35) 
p seventy -nine(79), range twen- 



the Des * M oiries rivor; 

I . i n r y 

said rive : 
posite the 
in townsp: 



I HA1T-R8 AND runNI8HER8. 



t3 



IER8. 
•pes Moin«* 







IJR (M u< W5 H1LIBT « 

THE UAiWq 



ty-four;(2(4); thence eak to tfce center of 
Ba id section; thjence north through t?he 
center of jsectbnykhiriy-pVe (35), t^fenty- 
6iK (26) and tw enty-thijee (23; to: the 
line of thWty.- 

i<0URTH Nvard. 



fourthlfward 




DES MOINES DIR 



uo ffl[ 



i hall consist 



of tie city ! lyin^ etat 
lues of the) fin it ii 
of the follow!) 



river; thence 
die of the Deb Moine^ 
lere itc 



nue bridge jv 



of lall 



The 
of that portijfi 
bf the east bbindary 
■third wards,, i.nd .weft 
lines: $egin ling iui 1 he icenter of b jcticjn 
twenty-tp (23), on tie south line of s^d 
!citr, thence n >rth thr )iigh the center oj 
sedtionstwehiy-two (12), fifteen (If) ind 
ten (10) tb the middle of the Des koines 

mkl- 
river to Sixti ave- 



northwc sterly up the 

.i 



FIFTH 



•dsses the sai 



WARD. 



riYer. 



' Beginuing, 
river; wl 



in the 



The fifth Ward, dhlall icpnsist 3f all 
of that portion of the said city lying 
east of the eajt bound aried of thei third 
and fourth wards, laid lying wesjjof a 
line asi fallow }, to-wi 
middle of the Des Mj)i|nes 
|8 intersected by the 
north thfougl, section 
seventy-eight (7o), jra n 
thence eastwurdiyi a 
said river to a poit t 
'.street; thenet north 



Washington avenh( 
ligeof dectioi th; 



said section a [id upc 
: tions twenty- six (2 
to the nprth ine elf 



ere it 
cbnter line riinnjng 
ten (10), township 
re twenty-foi r (24); 
ojngj the mid die. of 
opposite "Seventh 



,., , >n Sevenih street to. 

•Locust street j thepci! north from ^ocust 



la ivenue to 
M ipl.e street 



T7 
avenue lofi 



street on IjVnnsyjviLi] 

street; thenc a west(n 

center of Pcnnsy v mia 

north side of said at -e at; 

Pennsyljvanic avenu e 

thence! eastloiFrenr opt Street to 

streets i thenc - ■ - - 

Wash'Jnfftori 



3j north on Twelfth 
javenuo; 



e 

tothei 

the 

therice north! on 

Fremont ptreet; 

svelfth 

'stjreqt to 

thence east' on 



to the east \ section 
ry-five (85) above re^ 



' . < i .« . I * i j I 

ferred tp;.thence north pnjthe eastliiies of 

finirl GD/'tirm o Wl nilm flin Anct linric n( \banJ 



O.SIGKE 



n the east lines 



of sec- 



aipd twenty-three (£3), 
city. 



&co„ 



Ht-123 West Ithlrd St. 



SIXTH WARD. 

Sixth ward ! shall be doijaposed of 

i • -\ j . . i i . . ■ 

all that portion of territory lying east of 
the T e apt boundary ilines' of tjh s fourth and 
fifth war da j and west . of th,e following 
line, beginning, in the centet of section 
twenfcy-three (28), on^ the Eou:h line of 
said city, range twentyjfour (24}; thence 

'north! through, the f center of sections 
twenti-three (28 ), fourteen (1 4) ai^d eleven 

' (11) ioj the Des Mpin^B river; thence up 
the middle of the '^aid river to n, point op- 
posite and sputh ojjf th j south* itn ;erminus 
of Sixteenth street; thence noki on Six- 
teenth street to i Walker street; thence * 
northeasterly on Walker street *qnd Eas- ^_ 

[ton Boulevard to the east lin? |o 

[thirtVisix (86); theice 'northvya 



east lines of Baid section .thirty-six (86), 
rangp twenty-four (24), 'and of 
twenty-five ($5.) aLd j twenty sfour 
the north hue of|the:city. 



jfi 



SEVKIJITU WARD, 

wdrd' shall 



Tiie seventh ward' shall comjp'rise all| 
thai portion; of the city lyin; J oak pf 1he 

east line) of the sixth ward ai- above fixjed. 

'■ .'■ ' '■'•' ■ ' 'i } 

FRicmCT BQUNIMLIES, 



: section 

on tiie 

in 

sections 
(24) ! to 



'mt'vr-iWAiiD: 



%m precinct— kli '.that portion of the _, 
ward south oi thellaccoon river shall — 



con atituto 'election 



first 



precinct 



ward. 

2|sd 'phkcikct lAU'that plorti^n of the 

■0rst ward north dif the Race 3011 jriver and 

!;lt of Center street and o£ the center 
, running east 'aud west through sec 
s two (2) and j)ne!(l) aud six (6), shal 
onstitutejt le second election precinct oi 
;h 



No. 1 1 of the 



first wju'd. j 

iiD 1*recinct All that portion ( qf 



! I 




8ec|ond| pre 



said ward north of the said 

cinct shall constitute the tpirij elector: 

precinct of the first ward. 

■ i ;, I ■ i ■ ' '. ft 

■ * { 8EO>ND WARD. 

1st PREcfrtaT 1A11' that 



the: B 



IMPLEMENTS 

•duo«4 ^190 on i 

ind>C«rrt«cft». 






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9-«r 



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II 

la 




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o 






J. F. N, DRAKE 



« 



WORK GUARANTEE 

1 223 East Fifth Sti 



76 



DES MOINES DIRECTUM* 



said ward south' of Crocker street shall 
constitute the first election precinct of 
the second ward. ; 

2nd phecisct All that portion , J lorth 
of Crocker street in the said ward, shall 
constitute the second eh ction ' prejeinct 
therein. 

THIRD WARD. 

1st precinct All that portion of the 



said ward. 'south of Crocker street 



shall 



constitute the first election precinct there- 
in. 

2ndpreccn*ct All that portion Of the 
said ward ^north of Crocker street and 
i south of the Pes Moines river shall con- 
stitute the second election precinct in 
said ward. " j 

3rd Precinct All that portion of the 
said ward nj)rth of the .Pes Moines river 
shall constitute the third'election precinct 
in said ward. 

FOURTH WARD. ^ 

1st precfncT' Alltjmt portion of [terri- 
tory in' the fourth ward south of the Des 
Moines and Kaccoon rivers shall consti- 
tute the (list election precinct therein. 

2nd precinct All that portion of the 
fourth ward south of Crocker street and 
north of the Raccoon river -shall consti- 
tute the second precinct in said ward. 

3kd-phkcijx(T All that portion cf the 
said ward north of Crocker street shall 
constitute the third election predict in 
said ward. 

FIFTH WARD. 

1st precinct All that portion rf the, 
fifth ward south of Locust street shall 
constitute election precinct No. 1 in said 
ward. ; ! 

2nd precinct All that portion of the 
fifth ward between Locust street and the 
north line of section three (3) shall con- 




ward. 



3rd prkcinct All 



and bo nth 



stitute election preciact No. 2 iri said 



■■ J *■' 

that portion of the 



the] north line of sec 



pr>: 
fifth wart north of 

tion three (3) shall (jonbtitute election pre 
cinct J o, 3 iu said ward. 

sixth Ward. 

1 ' 
1st ifRECiN;cT All that portion of the 

sixth ij/ari south of the Pep Moines river 

shall constitute election precinct No. 1 in 

said w sird; , , I . ' 

2nd Pii scinct All xhat portion of the 



sixth ward north of 






consti 
ward. 



;ut 



1st 
seven, 
Moinc 
cinct 



li 
r; 

Kb, 



2nd 



seven 
river 



of Grand 



thjfe Pes Moines river 
avenue shall consti- 



tute eiec;ion precinct; No. -2 in said' ward. 
|rd pi scinct ' All jthat portion of the; 
sixth y/nvl ncrth of Grand avenue shall 
election orecinci No. 3 in said- 



seven ni 



l 



WARD,, 



precinct All that 
soutU 



ward 

ver shall hoi 



in< 



pOrtiori of the 

south of tlie Des 

igtitute election pre- 



portion of t|\e 



1 of said ward. 
precinct All xhat 
th Lvard north of tlie Pes Moiuf's 
east of the east lines of sec-cion 

and south of 
e extending^- 
iv lerniinus of 
ine of ithe citv, 



eleven .fill) and two 1 , (2) 



3lU) PRtiOINCT All 



>nth ivard west of 



Grand a Venue, andofia lin 

rectly east from tip eister 

the sni(} avenue to t le past 

shall cohiititute eieptiqn precinct No. 2 hi 

said wart 



Pes Moires river, 
tion predict No. 3 

4TI] precinct 
said seventh ward 
tion precinct no.. 4 



* 



:hat 



portion of the 

lie eist section lines 

a$d eleven (ll),i|and 



seve 

of sedtioijs two (2) 

soutlj of (iS'orth. avsnj^e and north of the 

onstitute el&- 
ward. 



sljall ( 
ofisaid 



All the remainder o l 
shall;., constitute elec 




fit Quality 

A Workmdnthip 




■ 



SOOyiLLIE PLU 



dontraiion 





for Pjllnml In*, Sjtefcm,, 1 fer. W. tUu4 Lomt. 'P^n 70, 1 ; I0T WATU udJoAp «TTttl 



Adanfs, Ed waif E 
Printing Co. 3L3j^ 



Alexaflder. Tl llwojc A, jtr avelihg sal esman , 



lr $57 w 2|3rd. 

Alldrellge, F B., 
life Ins. Co t , 

AHeu Jw. JJ, r 61 

/Anderson, A, F., 

rj\18 ef 
Anderson,- AJbei 



eri'llagt Unitec 
^27 w Linden 

th. 



1 



<fc 1 1 L 




States 



nery & Anderson), 






i* 14B0 e Court aye. 

irson, (iuX. Anderson 
0. Lars 3d), steamship 
428 e Locust, • ' | '-\> 

$; 0). Meyers pree and' 
and treaB, 410e 5th. 



Anderson 
' M CMrleb 
trnketajrencj 

Afc^ilce;0o 

- WuW.jWiseilsecy 

liatr, leditbn 
• SfoineaAripnam/ropm 0OJL Iow,a 

MnapllrukjBldg.j 
Arnold,^. p|, ■•(-f^oty Bros.), r 61 H Moi- 

■■<*' rcU 



g Op., Ellsworth & 
a proprletoh J)(k 



E 



Arnold, 

BairiE. ,„., 
!%lji|it. 

Bakes; 

Baldwin 

*1fe 



^aj 




estate, r 911 w'19ti. 

tjakerfr and restaufant 709 
215 6 9thJ 

t838 



, iijuuracce agt, 
rocor3t)05 
auKhan,(. 



w6th 



f 19th. 
live. 



, RBircroft 



cQaughan), lawyeir^ room 
7 Iowk floanlaid Trust bldi 



Barqf^ti, (Wife L., (St.] John & B; 



q^,bmwHigh. 
Bateijl Add: ti m Inprovement 



!'Fi<fi 
d|5 tv J5;h. 
BeebJ, Alfijtd^ 
Bender, Johln 



ir- 



o.,y. 



f resj i. F. Holeomb secy, 



Bo 




0. 



aud 
415 



Blood, William If..,, wks Northwestern 
| Holiness PubUking Co. ' 

hwell/jDl|F., r 121 © Grand ave., 

Brown, H; W., bkrir, bds 833 w Gth avfe. 

Burnett & Cu, M.JA. Burnett, pres; J). R. 
Pates, yipe-pres; H. J. Pates, secy 
treas 1 ; subscription books, rooms 

Oaanon, L.I W. f iraie w 9th. 

Cajpital 0i4 Portrait Studio, Wilson 
& Lemori, manageb and proprietors^ 
room Clip Iowa Loan and Trust &ldg. 

Cams, O.* D.J agt William Deering & Co., 
' [ r 2811 Wj Cottdge Grove ave.i : 
Chicago Cottage iOrgan Co;, W.j W» 

. Griggs, state Ugt, 317 w 7th. 
Currie,, Cliifcrlea ,E., physician land 
surgeon! ovet 509 e Locust, r 511 e 
( l Des Mojnes. j \ [ I 

ClarkJ H. V.L traveling salesman, rj 1523 
. J' wj 5th. f ' I . I .'*,'. ' 

Colleyj George, r 1 j500 e Maple. 

Copper, Geprge H.,rw 26th nr Forest 
. -ave.'' If'- ■ ' | 
Cottle, John, r 1168 w 7th. , 
Crabb, William, lpiO w.28rdl 
Crosby, Wl D„ manager Iowa Collection 
r Loan and r ?rust Co. over 410 w Lo- 



j ciisi. 
Curtis, D. Jl Mrd. 



f|W5th cor 



Fra 



nz ave. 



6 h nr Forest 4ye. 

rheoiwijsth. 

BennjttJ MLJDJ| rl 1 )! 14 w 15th. ' 
Bingfan, 1,1. ■£., ipveling [sale 
,futh j l I 

Blai£j^.;iy,(f ft fivers, office 3^ w 6th 



kr v ^eling salesm u, 1383 



[Oih/i 



a|e^S15 , r 

Bl^i^jb, J| -a,, bfeal ei tat'e, 207 ( w 

Blandhara, W 8., Be arding hoi 




819 w 



flftilig 




Curtis, J. W., (L D. thomas & Co.), 207 

Tjwto:] • \! . ; : 

Daujn, p; H., ba ;b'er 858 w 19th, r Cottage ( 
\0 Grove kve co i w 2^st. 
Kyis, R. Tj, rjwjjthnr North. , 

Davis, W.T.,!wel | digger, r 105|w B. 

jDenney, Charles O., teacher latin and 
' literature D-ake University, r 1213 
- , wiothT' 1 . I ■•■ 
DennisjJessie W. Mrs., physician, r 1830 

i—wiethr |i 

Dennii & 3touder,(C.W. Dennis and W. 
F.Stoi d£rj, physicians and surgeons 
and pr^pa ' Sate Medical and ourgi- 
caU Institute, 418 ,w Walnut. 

Des Moines Argonaut, (weekly) C. W. 

1 . E^'swo)lh ediltqr, V. 8. Blair business ,_ 

manager, room 601 Iowa £oan and ** Iff 

Trust ?ldg. {; ^S| 



pii7el<»Ii 

HATTCRi ANb FURN 
•17 WMtj Walxiut Bt, 







£2 



1. E. JOHNS^MJ L° 



cust Street, 



V/i 



506 and 508 ( t^i^iinfiil^ 



Otovas, Kiingct, Furnaces, 
OR »T0VE8r REfRIOERATjptRI, 



f~o 



Q 
<0 



DES MCilNES DIREljTORY 



air 



I>es Moines Mandolin and Guitar 
Orchestra, oflice 502 v Walnut. 

E. G. 
secyj 

jOCUSt. 




ITes Moines Mortgage Loan Co., 
A Bennett pres, W. A. Lawrenson 
! , loan agts, over 408 w L( 

Dfes Moines Producers Association, 

■ U. C. Cummins, pres, J. F. Girtou, 

f: i secy, 502 and 504 yv. Locust. i 

rip J Moines Steam Dye Works, D. L. 

U Mutehlar ■& Son, w Locust cor 3rd 
& and 220 e 1st, I 

Eiambnd Point Steam Laundry/Miss 
» Stella Stafford nmgV, 019 e Grand 

rave. : ; " . • '■ i , 

;Dillon, William A., r 905 e Grand ave. ' 

'ijrksoii, Frank, r 1812 w 9th. ! 

Bjouglas, J. M., state agt Covjmantj 
.Mutual Benefit Association over 41q 



| t \\\ Walnut, r 1430 w31st; 
>ugrette, It. G., druggist wj 



' clid ave, r same. 



jGth coij Eu- 







Ifyonoiiiy Gas Tip Co., (J. M. Croucji and 
■ i *C. E. Mudge), Offlccblk. 

Efrery, H. G-, physician 207 w 4th,; r 882 
, ?' w loth. 

Esterly Harvesting Machine Co/., Willian: 
I, 1 Gracey gen'l agt, 412 w Court ivw 

Elirans & Matthews, (T. J. Evan)? ami. 
V ■; F. J. Matthews), editors and pub 
i ! lishqrs Hural Northwest, 513 w Mull 
i"; berry. 

Fish, F. M., manager Morgan House. 

Fleck, J. C, r 1919 w 10th. , , 

Flesher, Louis, contractor and builder, r 
! ; 420 w (3th ave. ' I 

Frantz, Frank F., steward Savery House] 
'. |rl02 w 11th. I i 

F^dBt, H. L., brick mnfr oflice 214^ w 
j 7th, r w 7th nr Park ave school j 

F^-, E. S., r 607 w Walnut. | 

Gafford. S. B., grain dealer, r 161-7 w 4thJ 

Gammon & Hadden, (A. L. Gammon 
i [and F. D. Hadden), seals, steuc'ilsj 
| i and rubber stamp mnfrs and jobl 

! nrint.wa. nvpr Oflft w Walnut. 



printers, over 008 w Walnut. 




vesting Machine Co., r 1145 w 1th. 

H^jgest, Michael, wks Carman & Scimitt 
\ b Mnfg Co., r 423 w 4th,. r 



■tf 



Gkrrity, M. W. & Co., (Michael \VJ Gar- 

JJ rity auvl A. C. Shiie), druggists,i(J00e 

' Allen. 

Goble, II. W. t r 1439 w 17th. 

Gjlendenning, J. A, r 121 e Grand a^e. 

Gjracey, William, gen'l agt ? Esterl} 



Har-i 



f 



Hatton 



i t J. A., r Univers ity Place. 

HammeVj W. A., hardware and stoves 
325[ 5th. | 

Hargeil,pavid &>$i-, mnfr woven fabric 
robiiiig and roiling puint, P. O. 1 box ; 

Hartli!nb[& Schniitti (Ricfhard Hurtling 
and iJN; Sch|nitt), praps Metropol? 
itan barber sjlop! ancjl bath rooms, 
unpir/OOO w Walnut. 

Hartwcl I, |D. II., mngi Dee Moines Und- 
erwaters Unibiji, room 
bdu 707 w 4th r 

nart\veiibrville,c!k Des Jloine^ Under- 
writers Unien, pds 707 



,;M., carpenter, r 



Forest ave. 
Ilenu, JlcbbJ grocejr, r| 1100 W 11th. 



Himesi tlobert Hi) cbllec 
Supply Co., bdi 914 w 

Hodgkh son, C. W., real es 
iuiu-anee, alsc 

Stlij 
Holniejs^ 

Home _„ 

pree P. 0. Milder, casl 

Huckins 
r 
Bros., (Wj 8J and 



Co., 



Samuel, r 3014 w 

SivingsBank, V. 



Huffarcf 



;or K. M, 
Walnutl 

;ate, loans abd 



H. p., mnkr Advance Thresller 
jl3Q0'e;LTOn. 



C 



Huiniihiey, 



3i!0 j A. 



Humphrey, [II. B.| printer, r 336 8 41; 
Humi 

8 



hi ej, Hattiq E., b )mpositor, • 836 

'*■ ■ : ' I ■ 1 ■ ' 

.Hunter, George G., real estate, and ..col- 
leption8 421 w 4jOcust,|r ,1113 w. Cen- 



ter. 



Iowa 



Iowa 
& 







ford and «J. W. Laird) 

• ' otii-|! ; | 

IIuffoi-d|-G. E., (HjiflEbrd 

' w7thi 

Huffo'diW.S., '('H-jiffprd 

w7tfri.' | 

Huff n iai , William, ^ r r 
est J.ve, r 1446 

Huffma:i & jVCilleif, (&. A Huffman and 
'• B A.' lMitler), job printers, 425 w 
')u:t|ave. ' 



3 Clapp blk, 



\v4thl 
Ws2l8t 8 e cdr 



title expert,, 308 



5th. 

P. Twomljlly, 
., 401 e 6th. 



B. 



w 



J G. E. II|jf- 
d.ruggistl002i!W 

'3rbs.'), bds $19 

Bros.), bdsilff 

cer w Gth cor 'For- 



Idwarq, c 



Ik 4S2.e Lpciist, r 



Hunt 3ri James, r 



a 



QMBt ' 



1222 w 



till ib er Stanp Wcxksv 
l|add|en props, pveij 



Collection Loan and Trust Co, 
'.' D. Crosby ringr, o^r 4JLC w Lo- 



8th. 



. hpbrtiD; j Tailor. 



amnion 
608w.Waliiut 



Iowa) Ve 

, Shoeing 
•' seer; 

Iron 

■■'■'•» 

aicy; -tyjE. C. 

ai'e nr 

.Jat^kjou, '\\ 
q|4 w 

Jaiuij Ella 
JaunJHar^lA.,;V 
• |nfg(rf,ri2 

JahiJw. lOster 

lrgjr423w 

Johnson, F.ra'AkiC. 

Johuion, (Mrles. 
I (fcblsjSabin 

John|ton Cf. ty. 

^(Jy'" (Western 

j Gjcl " 
Jones 



lories; F/ 
npbell, 



_ urserjr arid Fruit 
itapiu pres, J3. E. 



K 



! Hal 

■pi'es, 

"ai 



t* 



nitets|,421 w 6;I ave k 

M. . :ii siipW' Oo., 



Supply 

A eii, | pre b 



ei 1 3 



Li 



W 



Kennedy, 

■ il]iu 

Kubef, 
3j2w 

aing, J 
tilth 



blrrv 



Laird, Jo 
h 1036- 

Langl&y, 

Larsoii,!* 
ccr ] 

Lawpenj 



Mill Co, 



1(8 



8T. JOSCPH, NIO 



Branch 



DEfe M< 



Home, 



w.2dSt DesMolnei 



Oolleige, 0. 



Joe, secy 

■4th. 

4tes,ipli#bing, 
«0o!w V^alnut, 



\v 



D. V. 



NES DIREOTOBY. 



mpm mngrj w 
xjjirter 4. M. I^larid, r 

i&3w4tjh. 

d Canaan & fcjcljmitt 
w 4th. 

gjraphei Cl L, Dahl- 

tlii 

]• 754 wj 9th. 

., agt D. Appleton & 
House. '» . I 

attorney, at law and 

White Bronze Co., 

w- 5th 



P. II. 

Loom is, 

3., 413 

i 

Farm, 
Cjhapin, 

Graiid 



Manufacturers of _ 

High Grade Flour 



70 



McKjcnmn, Raines Rev., pastor Church 

• of JesuS 'Christ, r 710 e Lyon. 
McKu ight, J. M., i 750 e Maple. 
I Mclfn ght, J. W|, r-1703 e Maple. 

McNanara, Thomas^ wks Des Moines 
' j Water Power Coj, r 340 w 6th ave. 
McQuie,Fredyr 1Q03, e J. 
Macy, Allan, druggist, r w 12th cor Clark. 

Merchants Supply! Co., N. W. Gregg 
anjd Q. A, j>L0iitia prop^, hardware 



spscialties, 41(| e! 1st. 
Killer C. K„ (Miller & Co.), 



o(l Bilk, r 823 

llpdrt HL traveling salesman 
Idlvji 'Mink 4 L 4 Traveling pig Co., 
r 105 NeV Yo'l; aye, Lake Park. 

Kehd J 1 i I'l^nn, (Joseph lehoe md O. 
UKIyi m), plumbers, £as and 



(The) 



Miirk jBakoir, Vice 



f 1 A. Mower, treias,! Joe, 



i|mfrs> 'inhiorters and d< 
specialty s. 312 w 4th. 

I.. H., okpr Stpte In 
Grand a^e. 

K, M. 



4fw 



lp W.y v 
Gth iave. 

B.,rl43 

IfStradley 
Ijibkmau a/\ 

n,W.A 



Des 



i) 



jocust, r 



ifh Hifford Bros,, f 



M. 



steim 



M. 



Kubec, 
ers in 



la 



Co., r 

i - 
B. Sup ply, Co., 



ti.. 



Mudfct 



lhngr Stand 



and.C. 



Standard Chemical Co, 
Muflge 4 Co., r 1048 w 7th. 
flattop A, "\y. Mrs.- r 822 w 8th. ( 

s tibscriptiou books,, room 



iteam,aadgas 



r $L5 



w lStli. 
&'LiarseA,) r 



'i3. 



• i. 



w 20th 






insurance a 



cor Je 



vr 



n 



Mul- ! 



3 



30th 



over 
;eraon. 






L'empi, Niih^lris/jf Vilaoii & CieniOB), f)ds 
Mjmjjcr's European IJiDte . J 

LonJj.|],,r lil8\r 9th. ' 

LuU,,hherman, 1 1213 e Grand avi. 

McOrickdn, j| 0., ])rop Aden's Laundry 
; 5lil \\ Mulberr r , r 105^ w 7th. 

McPa|ldin M. 'Kj., igt Chicago ^rewing , 
i GO., r 931 e Graiid ave. 



ines Express 

<t!TOOE|311 



EAST FIFTH STBE 




r 1168 w 



® 
X 



s 







Mill|eif, Geo. W, dentist over 401 w "Wal- 

ut, r 1026 w(ithave.J 
I(Iill(|r, C. F., cor diictpr C. II. I. & P. B. R. 

M MocJ,is|kB. .solicit K. M. B. Supply 
(]., bds Evrjus Cafe'. 

Idjud^ , C. E. & (io., [C. F. Mudge and ) 

ubscriptiot books, 1048 w 7th. [ 



m 



Z 



c 



. E., 



(E,conomy Gas Tip Co.) 



Pate^l J. R 

'P 1 Iowd Ldau 
rfeaso, Georsje A,,' 

ft" ' 
Pelton , L., r 

Pearson, 0. 



Ski 



and Trust llldp. 
Pease Bros.), r .; 



1340 w „ 



4 



17|1 3 e! Capital ave, | 

E. photographer, 528 e Lo- 
cubt, r 7|40 c! Will imt. 
tfotts, J. T., r 768 ejNorth. 

Prest(»n, JJC,., pnjp Des Moiiiesi Rubber 
Stamp !Works, pver 411 w Walnut. 

RapsoQ Bros;, (T. H.and C. R. Rapson,) 
9th cor Crocker. 

(Rapson Bros), it 670 w 



grocers,' .w . 
Rapsoi, C. Ri, 

; I tail.-. 



670 w 



Rapsoi , T, II., (Rapson Bros.,) r 

J 18,1 V 

Ifaygor/John, r 141 j? p Buchanan. 

Redstone, Samuel, (Goldstone & Red- 
stdh&), r 1005 ^ High. 

obertLw. J., r 15^0 w Woodland ave. 

Rogers! S. B.,' optician, r 132 . Franklin 

I av^. I; ' 

Rosied, T. R. C!6., d E. Mudge. pres; W. 
H. Fullen^ideri secy; mnfrs Rosier 
Hand Fire Extiaguisher, 118 w 4th. 

Rural I Northwest, (weekly i, j Evans and 
Msthews editdrj and publishers, 518i 
w ;yiulberrv. 

S'jcuijity Savings and Loan Association of 
'Minneapolis,, Kiup., N. J. Russell 
rgr,room 40^ Iowa Loan arid Trutt 
ldg. ' !l H 




4t. 



s 










RIC HARDS, FRAHKEKFIELD & Co- 

I TBLE|PHONE371i 




so 




DES MOIflfes DIKE(t): 



ADDITIONS, CORRECTIONS, ETC 



1 CONTINUED; 





6» 



it 8 

• 



GO 



Schmidt, Joseph, barber Jacob Schmidt, 

r 1112 w Grand ave. 
Shultz, H. Cl, railway postiil elk, r 1105 w 

r Center. , . 

Sniith & Pr Actor, (John Smith and P. 
A. Procter), bjacksmiths, 217 w7th.' 

Snow, Church & Co., mercantile! law 
and collections, Edmon G. Bennett 
mngr, 408 w Locust. 

Spencer, C.S.,r 102(1 w High. 

Standard Chemical Co., mnfrs, druggists 
and grocers. sundries, C. E. kludge, 
manager, Clapp's Blk. \ 

Stewart* Seth £., carpets, oil' cloths! and 
curtain goods 517 \v Locust, r 15^9 w 
Center. 

St. John, C.,; (St.. John & Barqiiist),-r 
w 2nd. 

St. John & Barquist, (C. St. John 
i George L L'.! Barquist), architectural 
sheet metals, 412 w 8th, ] 

Suddoth, W„ r }323 w 7th. \ 

The Iowa Signal (monthly) official or,gan 
of the Iowa [White ^Ribboners edit<*l 
and published by Clara A. Stephens, 
220 College ttve. 

Thomas, L. V>', (If D. Thomas & Co.), 207 
w5th. 1 ! 



002 
and 



Thomas, 
J. W 
tioik i 

TompM 



O^Y, 



> 




L D. & Co., (&. D. Thomas and 
'" " v ' "te and, coulee. 



ireasurer, Polk 
Oak Park. 

;ral Loan and 



Curtis), real esta 

jtL_207 w 5tlL 
., ,W.'B.,d'ipity ■: 
OoiVtny,; r n end w 7th, 

Treat, ]:l. IS., casli Cent 
Trite i Co.', r 1210 w Loeiist. 

Uriderwo id, Amos, r 12£3 w Park. 

Vaw, Frtmki r 1441 !e ' Frem out 

Webster jl-rank Wolcott photographer 
an(| ijiprtrait artifjit, (J>verj41|lw Walnut, 



r 985V 4th. 
} Western Fur Manufacturing Co f , Harry 

G. jGutman mngr,j mrfrs fine furs, 

505 w Locust. ' , 

Wheeler, !A.}e|la A. Mis^i, teacher, r 1110 

w Grind |ave. , 

Wilson, wj H., (W Iscn & Lemos)jbds 

Mi nger'a European Hotel. » 



Wilfeon 



Nicholas Lemcs), 
proprietors Ca])ital 



r outz, J. 

Swart, 
I Baik 



Lemos, 



(W. H. Wilson 



managers 



'ity i Portrait 
Stiidio, ; room 018 Io^va Loan and 

BJ, f 1113 el Fremont. 

A. it}/ cash J^olk County^ Savings 
J r 1631 w Linclen 



i i 



C9 




, N " All. R0AU£ 
*.. ' LEAD T0DC5M;iiNB A,, 

<fc \ _ ', V 

' •, 7 , ■> ; J / i / 



a. 





Contractor* iM 
Doaltrs In 



I Office: 720 



Electrical 



WALNUT I IT PH 



Materia! 



and 
and 



Of E*»fl 
Mcrlptl* 

NE4W 



H mi 



/^CINTIhlENTAL C 



b£fr«. ail Wt:Lesal9 



attorney 

asejjue 

.,, I mrds 

. . . * . be ' ; sveen 



.book-keeper 
. .. -J .-building 



. ... . ...c$3hier 

i)],erk 
corner"' 



WIL 
Co. 



Vork8,f-Ch 
ithur, 



ja: 



and 




HO USE, 

BoUtl Deilen In Hon and Bo, H Oct! tog. West Walnut 




AffAMfTfm U& OF H AMES. 



wood 



k Crrand*aV(' 



A., (W. T R.Bfyn- 
8 w 19t^4 

Des Mtiines Linseel 
fcn^o. 111. _ 

urnetH.A 1 .£jiton, 



; smith ,jl 15 Jefferson 



)i 



Moines. ' 

'1 Mn^ St. Plaui; and 



ovei 



W. f Wad 

2d,'S,Des! 
fJJson ALGeiil 
IJ - s; City Gnin Co], 

Ave.,]- 51a w4th.' 

, niacliinis; Des Moined Mani^- 

in^ anl Sulpply Co., r &0 eiCth. 

A., ^voo| machinist H. A. 



qlin, en 
"altera 



= r ine 
ma<fc 




frP|Ioi| 311 



cori 8lxth 8t. 



east 



mnfr. 

n |e.L 

m 

np.. 

a'iv.. v j. 

pies,!. 

pi op 



ABBREVIATIONS ; 

; . east side 
laborer 
mngr J L '. . . . . i . ; manager 

mkrl J|{ ..V... ..'..maker 

. .. ; manufacturer 
,.'. ........ north 

ortheast 

near 

nqrthside 

. ... northwest 

. t . . . .preside it 

proprietor 



tt 




t 



f! 



r Aborn hou ?e. 



315 w 



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8 e, 

8 8. . i , . , . 



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supt. 

t,reas 

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wks 



reside 
reverend 

. . : south 

.....southeast 
.... south -side - 
.,.. south west 

| secretary 

[superintendent 
treasurer 
west 
west side 
. . . works 




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...,,, , — Tr iiiiist . Des Moines 
Jifli iMacturi ag a ] d Supply Co , r i 241 

'(v- ■ \ \ 

Abdill Louis B., looks, stationery, ar 
m materials' aid wall parfer, 520 w i 
» Jj tiutjr Forest Drive, Pa k & E ub- 

»H'H'iPijrk.; . ! " " . 1 

A H Fr:inkf6.^raveling salesman Union 
:■ Xepn&e do., r J033 w Enos 



|ave. : ■■ 



Abel, Jdhn, printer, r 1^22 w Center. 

Abel, Pon eroy, printer, r 1222 w Center. 

Abel William M., expressman, r i222 w 
■ Cente% ' , , 

Abeles, Hinry, elk Ledeler, Strauss' & Co., 

|r 1013 w Locust! ' f P 

Abe II, Alma Mrs.| r yr North, cor 32d. 

Afcejrti Charles, Wjks Des' Moines Shoe 
i Manufacturing Cjo. 

Al?le, G.,#Iouritford!& Able,) r. nr C., r J3t. 
! P. & K. C. round; house. 

Ablef,Geoj|ge,Bioomiield, 16^ Des Moines.) 
Ablo, Jesse, night, cllc Hotel Ashley. 

Able, Viljiam,' Jr., wks Tomblin Bros., 
, r 1222 1 w Center, j 

Able, MinniejMlss, wks Hotel Ashley. 

Aborn House, C. 'jHolmdale &j Sons, 

: I; proprsl, w 4th, cor Court ave. i ' 

Abraham, David, coal piiner, r 382 U w 
B6tbjive.; \ ' fi , \ . ■ 

AbrkhamJ EdW^rd, teamster Eureka Coal 
Co., r, 1602 e Court ave. \ \~ 

)raham, Edward, miiner, r 160p e Court 



aye. 




69 



E) iress and Transfe 



EA^T FIFTH STREET. 



1 




JABPSj FB*N^EIIFlEtD r &Co^ 

TjELEPI^ONE 371. '■ 

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J.LMASd)N;WH0LE8AL^NDJj 

•705 AMD 707 i/fAUIUTiST. 



ETAIL F NE M 



Ladies' Furnish! 



u> 



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ABR 



DES MOINES DIR 



\^0% , Abr| iam, John, j 332^ w s 6th ave. 
,^% * Abrijiam, Joseph, | miner, r 



■i- 



O- 

^s ■© Abr v ■• ham, Mary {Miss, dressmaker, r 
BE O kfthave. .j. -' 



1^09 e Court 
536 



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Abr&ham, William, minier, Eureka Coal 
pO., r 714 e Scott, 

Abrahn, Samuel Jwks A.'C. Mount Brocm 
Works, r IGujB e Court ave. 

Abrams, Minnie ^Irs., r 530 w 6th ave. 

Acker, L; P., rooms over 22i w Walnut. 

Ackerlejv Albert L., student Highland 
ParkfNormal College, rooms College 
Hall. J 

Ackley, F. J., student Oajpital City Com- 
mercial College, r 202 w 8th. J 

Ack'ley, Harry M., student Capital City 
Commercial College, r 202 w '8th]. 

Adair, Eva Miss, wks 72: J e Locust. 

Adams, Biirtis, painter, r 1328 rf w 14th. 



5| g , Adams, David, r 505 e s [10th; 

I" jl Adams, Edward, printer} r 142J4 w 7th. 



c 
£ 1 'H 



Adams, E. J., real estate, 50) w Walnut, 
r 217 w Chestnut. 

Adams, Frank, hatter Dps Moines Jut 
Works, r 170i e Court ave. 

a O co Adams, Frank J., lab., r 1559 k Court ave. 

© ^ Adams, George, lab., e 13th, c )r Elm. 

3 '*; Ad^ms, George W., wks L. H. Kurt 5, r 
£ 5 « ! J 1559 e Court ave. 

Ad/'ms, Gust^rick masbn, r 1428 w 1st. 

Adnms, Harryf wks Abqrn House. ! 

Adljms, Herbert, carpenter, Anderson 
|/Planing tyill, r 1328 w 14th. 

Adams, [Herbert, student Iowa Business 

College. 
Adams, Jacob, driver Maple Grove Coal 

and Mining Co. ' i 

Adorns, Joseph, foreman Liverpool and 
i Des Moines Packiri 5 Co., r Boulevard 
Easton Place. ' 

Adams J J. W., physician, over; 901 w 
j Walnut, r same, telephone 210. | 

rooms 



Adams, L. W.,i barber J. Dippert, 

523 w 4th.; j ; 

Adams, M. AJ, traveling iagt Kin 

Bridge arid Manufacturing C5., 

1101 w Walnut. 

Adams, Minnie Ji^rs., r 11 w 9th 

. Aaams, Stephen C.,. messenger U. [S. 
nal Service, bds Gcldstone Hotel. 

Adams Street, from Inclianola to Hil) 
Ave., s Des Moinei 



Lron 
bds 



Sig- 
dide 



1 



and Fan 



:y Gooes 



CTORY. 



ILLNER 



A>R 



Adamson, Lucy Miss, waite 
Adamson, |Faui, voice and 



ed. 



Adams|, Thomas, w ( ks pes J[l6ibes Linsi 
! 0|1 Works, r ove^ 4^7 j> Walnut. 

Adams, Thomas H., ckrp| r 1328 w 14th. 

Adams, Thcirias S., jeweler, rooras Mm- 
j Iger's Eurjopean Hotel. 

Adamson, Charles, Delaware 2{i, e Pes 
I Moines. 

Adamson, F. p., traveling salesman Isijael 
1 Bros., r Keokuk. 

liter 



David Evans. 

/ , 1 ... ,. m piano teacier 

Callanah College, rooms 217 w Chkt- 

i nut TJ ' f I l! f 

Adamson, WJHiam) Delaware 2), e pes 

Moinei3J ■ * | 

Actelman, m'j, meat market 214££ e qth 
1 r218d 3th. 

Adey, Alberjj, miner 
s Des M6iues. 

Adey, Matpew,' r 5^09 MJ)nro$ s [Ues 

( ! Moinesl 

Adey, Rojpe 
Maine: 



Pr'ocWr Coal C(L r 



, miner P^oc^or Cjoal Co., r 
ivastopol. 



agt Des Moines 
10th ! r 

aphir E 



Adkin8, Johp, special 
j Insurance Co.^ r 

Adkins, Mi| Miss, 
Spinn^ yl r 835 w 

Axlkins, Or ij lab. tf 1 

Adkins, P inline MJrsJ r 
• I Moines . j 1 

Adler, Abijaliam^pawnbrokBrjiSSO w 
| nut, r ili!i2.w Grind ave. f 

Adler, I., si^cjond hand goods, IW w| Wal- 
nut, r |] 16 w WaJ nut. 



1117 w 

stenog 
5th 

117thjspes^Io 

1211 s 



Adlfinger,Li| A., wei 
Co., rit^fferson 

poi. ■ n 1 



eng 




C. 

ne& 
Deii 



Wal- 



jhmaster jUnion Coal 
le^antl Sevasto- 



Adron, DuEto, lab, r 
Advance Thresher '< 



nioi 



r 



Do. 



mgr, c vfer 401 e Wt Inn t. I * | 

Aga, Elsa Eiss, wks 73C e 1 Vain it 

Agens, M^ el Miss, stident liglijand jPark 
!'. Korm ilJCollege , - 

Ageto, Aj^l, wks Rooert Fullertoli tf 
j Granc f,ve. . . j . 

Agricultural Boiler Wor 



inton e 



!ff* 8d f ' ' 1 NATURAL STONE, pome 

TeepUOM 394; ) W. A. STEELE^ Qu«rrl«alnA 



\ 



Mai Jon 



CoaLCo 



Adlfin^er^^|e„., ^ 3 ^^,. um n v ««y^«i 
r Jeft€ rpon , nr Pleasa it, j Seyast )po|, 

Adlfingerj frank, St., |Un ion! Coal Go.,) 
Jenerfeo|inr Pleasa at, !5evja£tQpoi 

Adlfinger;! F. *W., secy an 1, • tjre as ' I pio 
Coal and Mining (|o., p Jpfljersoij, S^- 
vastojJDJ. 



141 U e j 9th. 

Frank HuUma|i 



Co., preps, 91]. w 





ks, J. K. 




Ahem: Ic. I J., elk Mitt^s, 



H 



OTER $03 and 605 WALNUT ST. 

J7Z^!I£>fJ 



DES 



!)b Hillside ave, 3 E'ei Moines. 



Alie|*|ii James, cable 
(pal Co., r 503 
a 'iloines! 

Merp,! M&dge ]Mrs. 'i 
IDes Moines. 

M<4i, Mary Miss,' c 



Co., * 503 Hillsid 




^es <fc Co., r 



cpnduc 
Hillside 



or Eureka 
jave, 8 J Dee 



503 Hpidedve, s 



k Chaml erlain & 
ave, s !£>e 8 Moines. 



Aliein,j Patrick, tfremdn ^ngiti^ house No 
; , f 503 Hillside ave, s De£! Moines J 

Ahle, Abraham V., whs" C. R. Ri igenbe?g, 

] t rfai^-|2to. ; :' | I , n ; ; .-. f : .-. 

Allle, Harry 1 ^ wks C, O. Nburije, r 311 e 

1 i--"" 11, f > i.. ■ ■ ■ ■■ ■ | j 
Aliljstrand, 1 Oscar, taih t jD'scar 
| tear 048 e $/ JDes I^omes. j 

Ah 



tofquist r 



110 e 9 



qressmajter, r ?23j 
Hotel Goldaione. ' 



Ahtblds, Barrier, lab, r 

Aiken, Agiios E.. Miss, 

i w 10th. i 
Aiken, M. L.| Mrs., difeesniakejr, r 723 

Aiken, S4ra(i 'Si iss, wkij 
AiKknah, Nillih Mbs,, music teacher, Jr. 
i 9l4\v'0th.| '■ j !' ' •' I'' • 

I'll ' ' v I ' ' ' ' ' ' ! 

Ainswqim Jaine's S., salesman Ainswprth 
„ | & Bdnl)!rigit, r 655 % l&th. 

Ainswortii, LeRoy EL, ilk Aiflsworlih & 
Bojirtfrj#htTt 810 w Mh. j 

iiswwtti, m. W„ see'yllowk Railroad 
Co&jniSsioM^r 131(1 to 7th. " 

Aiiswbltli &3inbrMit| (Jdlin S. Boii 
bright: surviving J)artjier,)] Wholesale 
and retail agricultural implement 
207|Couk3ve. "M- j. ' ' . 

t|chisoij, | Jbh|n Y., stWflent , Des , Moines 



k ns, G, R:, s:udent ; | Capital City ({Jonr 
nerciai College^ r ojlO w Chestnut. 

Ahiold, Herman J. night', watchman ^ 
iratzer , Carriage Cty r 120 k 9th. 

Ahrild, John CL oaf inspector 
\ III R.j r 037 e LH>n! 



■::.-R."tl& 



Akerraai 



,to 




Moines directory. 



1 

AkerB, Lcrie, delivery 
'■ ' • ri 1226 ' 



Akers, W. 

R. R;, 

houseL 



Akstrand, 
i (R.R., 



bds nr GL St. 



AJiin; Isaac, travelling salesman, 726 w 
!'.• 5th. 



ALE 



83 



elk W. C. Carson, 
e Lyon. ! 

E., brakemai C. St. P. & K. fc. 
P. & K. C. round 



JohnJ car repairer C< R. I. & P. 
153|*e Walker. 



After, F.|(, teamster j Redhead & Whit- 

.4, Des Moines. 

e Grove Goal and 



ney, r 



Bloomfield, 

Alberg, A. ,| miner Map 
Mining Co. 

Albert, Elmer G., stu6\e at Iowa College of 

ljaw f '1)4s 1046 w 6th ave. ] 
Albert,. Viotori^a Mrs., r[fe06 e Court ave. 
Albin, Saniiiel, co.ok Ardmore Hotel. 

Xlbine'r, B attie Miss, student Iowa Busi- 
' , ness College. i • , 

Albrechi Frank, cigar mnfr 408 e 6th, 
. T r711o6th.. . ■, ( 

Albrdcht, Fred F., check elk freight depot 
| C. p. t. <fc P. R. R., r 4 e Park [Alley, 
i-lbrecht, John, grbcei*, r 1Q40 w 8th. 
Albright! Adam W*., painter, r 825 W 26th. 
Albright J Eli, elk Dawson Hardware Co., 



rl 



506 



A 

I Co|lcjge, r lite w 4th. . ^ 

At chisbOVill iam, Jr., f MrbUrnri Aitcl l 
< ison) ( r|l7^5-w4th.| ; ! ■ | " . 

Ai kenj ( (race Miss, bkpr |Savery Hbusu, 

. bda a^nej, . «... • ; , ^~ 

Atjer, dljarles, kp, r| lllljl w 8tli. 



lie Miss, 



683 iTjl5th. 

Af^rsi'TohnlW., 

Iqjvi^ation^: 
,mont, over 311 e| 5ih 

! ud_ 



, nn iw., manager for- Weitern 
Iqjv'J, ^ation^l^Lijfel Ins. Co. of Y 

trl223e^yon. 



ashington Life 

OFIflQl OVER IOWA 



music; teacher, 



er- 



w Locust. 

Albright, Isaiah A., painter, r ur cor w 
; 26th aid Cpntbr. . 1 

ilbur^, A., miner JMaple -Grove Coal Co. 
lburg, Fred,' min^r Maple Grove Coal Co, 

I Alburn, Cliarles H., carpenter, r 1111 e 
I '9th. . \ . ■ : ! 

Alburn, C. W., trunk trimmer Iowa Trunk 
and Traveling Bag Co. 

Alcorn, A. M., conductor c Des Moines 
t Electric Street Py,, r 1448 e Capitol 

ave v. \rr' ' ■' ■ .• 

Alcott, Ali^e J^iss, cook Hotel Goklstone 

Alcott 'School, Mjss Jennie Kreig^i, prin 
| i e 13th, cor Lyon. , 

Alderman, ' N._ F.,: accountant sDurstine & 
I Hamilton,! r 1113 w 3d. i 

Aldine B16ck, 405 w Court ave. ^ 

Aldrich, I'rank'J., brakemaii C. ''St. P. & 

'•'■• KJiC'R. Pi, r4;w0th. 

Aldjridh 1 , John, E., propr Des Moinea Box 
Wqrk s,. 220 w 2d, bds 937fw6th ave. 

Aleber, H irry L., pedler, r 213. e 2d. 

Aleryj ph: irles, retired, r. 913 w High. 

Alerv, Ch irles W., elk Des Moines Edi- 
sdn Light Co., r 913 w Highl 



ns-fe 






Insurance Co., 



M. 



m 




T. V. I BOWMAN, ^o^^" 



X 



If for Iowa. 

NATIONAL BANK, COR. 4th AND WALNUT 8T8. 8ee Adv. 



"ji 



coco 



J. F. N. 




WORK GUARANTEED 

223 East Fifth St. , 



rav 



el Roofer 



84 ale - DESMOIDS DIEECTOJ 



Alery, William, collectot Edison Ligjht 
Co., r 913 w; High. ' | j 

Alexander, David E., elk M. W. Bib'bihs 
& Co., r 567 w 7th. I ( 

Alexander, Elizabeth Mrs., r 567 w 7th. 
Alexander, John S., conductor C. R. I & 
P. R. R., r'567 w 7th. 

Alexander, J. P., miner l|ureka Coalj Cjo 
r over-422 e a 5th. 

Ji- 
College, rooms 

, r.3:!5 s 6tlj ave. 
Morgan house . 

foreman Iowa 
;h. 
w Oth. 



t» Alexander, Mamie Miss, stujlent His.; 



land Park Normal 
College' Hall. 

' ^ i 

Alexander, Mary R. Mrs 

Alexander, William, wks 

Alexander, William R. 
Tribune, r 812 w Ilk 

Alfrey, S. C. Mrs., r 1716 

Allabaeh, E. W., pres. Des; Moines Undi?r 
writers Union, r 181o w 7th. , 

Alldredge, D. L., agt Des Moines Insur- 
ance Co., r 1227V Pay • 

Alldredge, F. B., special agt Washington 
. Life Insurance Co., r lj427 w Linden. 

Alleman, Peter, retired, * 110 e Locust. 

Allen, A. E., carpenter, r 1157 w 27th 

Allen, August, weigh im ster Coon Valley 
Coal Co., r 344 w Peltoii ave. 

Allesn Clovis, brick moulder, r Grant 

Afl(n, Cyrus B,, lab, r 6S2 Vf 10th.' !' 

Alien, Eben, commercial traveler, r ,830 

w D. 
Allen, Elam T., r 112 w l&t 

Allen, Emma 3tiss, student 
Commercial College, 

Allen, Emma Miss, dressmaker Mrs 
Howard, r 514 w Ith.j 

Allen,. Emma ]VJIiss, wks Gj 



i. 



J 



Capital C],ty 

r 725 e Lybn. 

M. 



Allen, Ernest (f., bill elk j Charles Hew 



JlOvw Grand ave. 



itt, 



r 723 w 8tlf. 

Allen, F. L. ^irs, tailoress 
yi6i<j w lpth. . 

Allen, George, forem 
Round ifeise, r 424 je I 

Allen, Geortre, brakemau; C 
R., r 713 e 6th. '\ 

Allen, George A.,.bkpr \. «S)II. Co., r 019 

w 3rd. 
Allen, Gus, miner Coon 

Allen, Henry H., teamste 

r Bloomh'eld twp., ijr s city limits 

Allen, James T., (Allen & }Iason) r 1J317 
w 12th. 



J. Posnei, r 



,ji C. & N. W. 
>es Mofnes, 

R.I. & P. R. 



[lley Coal Co, 
Sennett; Bros. 



Allen Jesse 
Mills, r 

Allen, John, 
cor Chei 

Allen, John, 

Allen, John, 

Allesn, iJolin 
10063^ vf 

Allen, Johii 

1 408 eW 
over 40S 

Allen, John 

Allen, Jona 
union n 



C, supt Capital 
t&3 w. 8th 1 F J 



ALL 



barber, 118 w 3M 
lab, r w l3t cor 






lab, r 111 



5 w Park. 



Allen, J. m 
Allen J. W.j 
Allen, Lizzijp 



Allep, Mabel 



City 



21m. 



Woolen 

!w 1,3 



■th 



i t 



Schwartz 



elk Stantoi^ & 
Cherry. j 

E., plumber ajnd 
lnut and 520 w 
e Wajlnu;. j , 

^.jbarbe-.r'ip^ 

an B., machijhestDe^ Moines 
und houije, r 112 w 13th. 

r.301wi.4tfi. 

pedler,, r 835 e Walker. 

Miss, (Gprretson 6: ^llen 



gps fitter, 
Grjmd ave|, r 

w ISith. 



w 13th cor Washington. 



Miss, stjud^nt CaljlaWn (pol- 
Jege, r j?$3 w 8tl\| 

Allen^JM. cl, (E. E. Ijljemtog & 
|w 6th ave. 

Allen, M. (pu w : ks George Graynoa, r 5L6e 
iLocusi :f \ 



*Broom 
j- 

Express 

AJll^n, R., wks Des Moines Manufacturing 
and Supply. Co. ' • ! I; 



r ■ , ■ 
'Allen, Orviljie, wks Deb Moiriefe 

"•'■" Works^r 516 e Locust. 

r 1 ' I 

Aillen, Philip, driver Ajmerican 
j iCo., r.318 w s 6th] ave. 



en, r 705 w 



Mrs., 



i*t, boileri mk 



Allen, Reas 

Alicjn, Reut 

Alle|n, r! l 
iMoinef 
Allen, Rob 

Allen, Roj^ Miss,' 

i I Co., ift 

Allen, R.'T 
|20TJo 

Allen, Ss 
over J 



Allen, S. pBLwks Alle|n (^ ]\ljasonJ r 10: 



3n, roofer 



,r 



CW r 



^ 



31 w 
/lark. 



508 Monroe, s 



6th avr 



•oe, 

77^ ^v D. 
Iowa Prin 



com 
JBl w s 6tli avje. 

, physician and ^ur^eon, rcjom 
atelbldg, rsape. 

ifiel O., cpnstab^e jLeie twj)., r 
JBje Locust. ' 

Alle;n, Silae, law student!, r 1017 w 12t 



12th.|jj" ( ; 'I vf 

Allen, S.3{. MrsJ, fancy godds 
making 312 w7tii, i 17 

Allen Sti el t, fourth south 
Des Moines river to e l|4th 

Allen, TLojnas^ plumber J 



over 4 

Allen, T. 

Allen, T 
Oth. 



Towne & McFarland »M!1 



Des 



me 



1. 

1 

7'w 



■9 

7 ! e Des uVloiijiepJ 
tj., !carp, r 115^ w R7th. 
V constable 



md dress 
0wl3th. 

of Viine, from 



mE 



Allen, r 



Le^ twp, r 5 



)8e 



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, All 



4LllcbS, i T^- A.) 

rftreet Rail 



Allel & 



LLE 



B NG COMPANY. 

Contractor* f6r Plumbing, *team, 1 C«. W. ithulLorai:. Thou 70. i EOT WATIE wiQAfl riTTIHa. 



3'ascn), Bl 
^ 5th. 
Aliens AlditioU, from 



AU&l's Lauridty, .. 

""" Mulbe 



Allel 



Pfop. 



Moin 

AlleftjA., 

CO.: 1 



51 



1 




D^MOipjS DI 

-1 — 1 ! 1— ' It '■ 



condjictpr Des Moines 
ay; Co 



Mason, (J. T. Allen and A. 
~" te ; Lines Transfer :C'6.i 309 

• i in T 1 



e Aflen to Ralilroad 
jit»e t^twee'ii iOth And Uth. 



wks Des Moi 



Allef, Jameq,, 
Railway "" 

Aller, Mtl:y l|ltys, r 

Miss, 



AlH S*4ali 
%>t|i.' 



Alle(j>n J ,*l|la> -^liksj, wks 1101 w Pleasant. 

.. Alley 1 , 



Almzo P., teainsier j)eg Moines 
bllTuk line. .Co., ,? IflOl Peulnsyl 



:tt-»: 



jwk|_ E)es iMoines iptreet 
Cc, r 



"1 



0. IjMcCracken 

ulbdrry. 1 i' , ! 

r, Wjilliam blacksmith Des 
Mijtfg and[ Supply Co., r 520 



s 



ECTORY. 



4ND 



85 



Liiea Street Railway 



706k l^th 

LlEGwpu. ; • 

aeamtress, r 1180 , wj 



ftlnia aye." 
Allin, frohi, wkk'.fe007l'TJr Grand 
AllUou,— I— lack-driver, r ukider 



llxr Gi 



(jrtanc ave 

Allison, Alice Hiss, st ident 
vdrsit/, bds 1204 w 24thj. 

AUNodj .pirrie«]ili8sj w£s 13]L4 w 8th. 



ave. 



202 e 
Drakfe tjni- 



illiHon, C jarles. boiler m|d Iowa Boiler 
, Work », bds filler [louse. ' ■■, 

Allis!^, Nurmei, studebt drake Urlivei!- 
%Us'lS*3)w24% , |:-j . , ',, 

Allison, Iliniial] Mi8^'wk8,qi7 w 4th. > 

Allison, H. B., auctioi eer ^>13 Mulberry, 

ri#2 ^Charles. ,' ' 

Alhiiart, q. P., tjiilor H 
e 7th. 



r8ch 

- 

1225 



3 



ros.. r 



ioao 



w 25th, ( bds 



AUutitt, 1: R.> baker 

lfi39 \\ 25th| ' j 

Alloway, j elsorj, lab, r 1165 w l4h. , 

a!Lvi|EIii er, re'al estate, r|l^.0l\$Lyon. 

AIM, lla :ry, pjjdler, 1 r jrear .214' e"4t|. 

Aloe:|)ilC).,J|fe. Duv^ll mngr, 405}£ e 
Oibi. ■ ~ffi.\ •• . I ' ' ! ' ' 

Altenburgc r, William,; keck elk Savery 
Hotel. " ■'''•■■ ' 

Alverson 1 , Henry Cristate agt Insurance 
V>>. of North America and Penns^l 1 
vajiia Fire Insurance Co, room. 4: 
Wp'3lk,r(Jl|8;w.|ith.-. ' . 

Amalfiuig, G., wks Des Moines ' Street 
Mail way Co.! T 



Golden ^ule Clothing House 

.. O* M JOHNSOH& SON. 



|onJ Martha' Miss, wks 940 w 2a. 

Amelung, G(; H;, lab, t 814 e Grand' ave. 

Anjeiid, Conrkd, meat market, 214 w '3d 

and 417 W 7th, r 11204 w Woodland 

aVel -i! ■■■.;.' - I.- 

Arriend, prances Mrs., r 1157 w 7th. 

America'a Dipt -ictTeiegraph Co., I. M. 
Graff kn 51, 407 w 4th. f 

American Eicjiress Co., 1 C. F. Detouth,' 

! agt,Bl6^4th. ( I 

. American! jFouhdryi and Machine 

Works, Wilson &; Stein props, 1 219, 

VJ821f4«.S{fe8ell8t j ; . 

American! Savings Bank, E. S. Harter 
Pres R. L. Chase Cashier, ' 500 \ e 
• , Loc'i stl , ! ! 

Ames, Alfred H; Rev., pastor First M. 
E. Ciurch, r 02^ w 9th., I | 

Ames, / Charles, F. operator Western 
j Union Telegraph Co.,. r 1234 av 23d; , 

- ■ I • ' ; : 

Ames, Duniel C, farmery bds. Chesterfield. 

Ames^ George C, bltpr Des Moines - 
Water Co], r 022 w 9th. 

•Ames Hi :a:n S., traveling salesman^ r 181 

wM. 1 

iAme's, Levi !M., night elk Kirkivood ■ 
' Houf.e; ' 

Ammons, Eli- S., qecond hand goods, 3i8 
w7tl,r 5:$ w Crocker. j ! 

Amos,' Arthur H., student Drake !Uni- 
versityj r :.228 w 2Qth. 

Amos, Martha Mrs;., r 1223 w 29tb. 

Amsberry, E. »., stude.4 Highland Parjk 
Normal CpHege, rooms College Jail. } 

^msburyj Daniel W. (Au^sbury & CO.) 

. r 1924 w River. ■ • ■ 1 ' 

Am8buryJ Wilbur F., elkj E. C. Lawrence, 
X 1924 w River. '. 

Amsmry & up. (D. W. Amsb'iiry tmd 
) shirt mnfrs., over 205 1 w 5th. 

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Andejrson 

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Anderson, 

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Anderapp, 



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... Co. 
Anders 



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, miner, Eureka Coal ! Co., 

1st. ! j _. 

china, glass and queens- 
e Lyon. 

dti 



A., sectioh workman, C. fijt. P. 
i.R.R.,ibas,hr C.St. P. $ f K. 
roiiind house. 1 

A., teamster l31oomfield Coal 



A. v jliiryj'r 1649 e Maple. 



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hatt|er8 And furnishers. 

617 West W5ln\3 1 St. 



Des Moines. 



CQ * 86 



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III U. JUllrlk)Url, LOCUSt Street. / ^^Rang«^umace£ ' 

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ES 



MOINES DIRECTORY 



Andersoa, A. A. (J. A. Johnson & Co.) r 
_ ^_ j '701 e 5th. 

O "I? Anderson, A. A., night wtitchman Eureka 



r •/ ■ hi . 



CoalCo..r k 123eF. 



6 



a0 ! Anderson, Adolph, shoen aker under 4 
| • e 6th, r 1406 e Lyon. \ 

2 Anderson, Adolph P., cabinetmaker, Giis 
= Newlen, r 118 e F> r _ t ■ 

?13 Anderson, A. E., r 1529 e Des Moines. 

^ ©2 Anderson, A. G., lab., r lli54 e Lyon. 

Zl ?2 f Anderson, A. G., wks. C. R. il. & P. freight 
{ "5 g* f lepot, r 1015 w Crocker. 1 

Os-J jAnq <rson", J 
0>fc i r domes. 

O-j- I An&irson, A. G., Jr., Blooinjfield . 1'3 ? DeB 
q 1, * . * 'Moines. 



Anderson, A. J., miner, 



Bloomfield 



Coal 



&0 Co ' 

i . Anderson, Albert, foreman Anderson 1 's 

Jl!j2 Planing Mill, r 810 tj5tli. | 

>£ 2 i Anderson, Albert, elk. Stacy JohnB & Co., 
f •> j r 1235 w 22nd. | j | 

Anderson, Albert Ai, physician and 
surgeon over 428 e Locust, r 702 e 5th. 

Anderson, Alfred, plumber, ,r 2008 w 
Leyrier. ' 

Ant erson, Alfred, miner Eureka Coal Co., 
rooms over 110 e Des Moines. : 

Am erson, Alfred, speci il mail carrier, r 
Mover 420 e Des Moines.; 

Anderson, Alfred, flrenjan i C. St. P. & K. 
C. R.R., bds. nr C.St. P. & K. C. 
round house. ; | | j 

Anderson, A. M., painter, r 1417 e Bu- 
chanan. • ' ' I ' ' 
Anderson, A. M., r over 11,6 e Grand ave. 

Anderson, Amanda, Mis 3, wks 753 w 17th. 

Anderson, Amanda, Miss, laundress Logjan 
House. i I l 

Anderson, Amelia, Mis§, wks. 1004 'w dth. 

Anderson, Amelia, Miss', dressmaker r 611 
e 2nd. | , I 

Anderson, Andrew 'florist, 1231 w 22nd, 
r 1233 w 22nd. ! j T| 

An lerson, Andrew, coal miner, rooms 51$ 
;•■: e s 2nd. i ' . 1 , 

Anderson, Andrew, wks. 2021 w G^nd 
\ Ave. 



& Anderson), 



Anderson, Andrew, wks. ^eorge B. IJip- 
pee, w Grand Ave. 

Anderson, Andrew (Wilsoc 
s end e 2nd. j 



Anderson, 
I Coal Cc 

Anderson, 
R. I. $ 



Anderson 



Andrew, te-ai 



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r s end e 2nd. 



i undrew, section vorkman ('. 



[J R. R., r 
Andrew 



f! PlaninTg JMill, 221 § 3rd, if. 810 
Anderson, Andrew R 



43J8 



Bio 



mfi.eld 



Court 



ave. 



(Ajnderson 



wkf 
Coal Cc|.| jr 1319 e poo|ley 

Anderson, J iidrew X. 
s^)n), r : 14 e Grand aye. 

Anderson, I Alfred,! plumber 
■ Piumbjjng Co., ,j if w 2} s 1 
Leynejr 

Anna Miss 






pro]) Andersen 



e 5th. 



Bloomfie 

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Anderson, 
nut. 

Anderson, 

Anderson, 

Anderson, 
I ant. 

Anderson, 
j wfth. 

Anderson, 

Anderson, 

Anderson, 



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i ulna MisB, 
Anna Miss, 
jLnnaMiss, 

knna Mrs 

Annie Miss 
Annie Mist 
inthony, ijnirier 



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sr- 

Bcoviile 
e e cor 

w Chest-. 

wks 1401 w Locist. 
wks'710W9th. 
wks 1101 j- PleiB- 

.,- laundress, r £20 



, w*s 1200 w 8th. 

, wks i)07 el 5th. 

Ma.pl e GrAve 
Coal a-ftd Mining |Coi j 

Anderson, A., P., wksJLirerpool and ])j?i 
'] Moineif Packing Co., r 1649 e Map 4 

Anderson, A.. P., wks 534 w Hith. ! 

Anderson, Arnt, team3ter, r 200 e Map i 

Anderson, Aaron, shoemaker J, C, Fori! 

Anderson, August, mlne^ B^oo^nfleld Coal 
|. Co., r|20es4th. 



AndersonJ 

Anderson 
| sylva: 

Anderson 
| Bake 

AndersonJ 

1 r ove 

Anderson' 
*| ave. 

Anderson 
j berg, 

Anderson 

Anderson! 
Housij, 

Anderson! 



August, wks 827 

Liigust, m iner, r 
a ave. 

I August G., 
; bds»606 e s 7|th. 

August G 
05 w 6th 



,, wks 
ave. 



w5th. 

11)0 e Peln'n- 



but)cW?r 



Edwajrd 



John Tro 
501 w Coll 



r ^05 w 6th av6. 
i] ^Augusta S., ^ks 

Austin M., v.. 
i 116 e Grafnd ave 

B., millerjr 1420 

Bertha Mis 3, wksJlKirkwlcjod 



elk Augyst Yonrig- 



C, boiler 



Manii lacturing 't nd 

! es6ti 

Anderson' Carl, wks 



maker Des Moines 



t 1, 
ege 



e Grand aye 



Co., r T24 



Ajndersoril jCarl, lab, r 4J35 e 

: ■ , 1 ^ j U : II! 

411 W. Locust 8t. I A " Carmai'iits'are Mac e and Trimmed 
I In Latest and Most Artistic Manner. 




Anderson, 1 Ciil,,TO East "Side 1 Planing 

^ W), r 8iO e 5th f ! ' 



Andersdn j .♦ C art yf.,, nil ner ploomfield 




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Cpdl Co,, r 612 e 



jj Manufacturer! of i 



SX' 11! If h A $T«! JOSEPH; I MO. JJ Manufacturer! ofi 

IS Mill Cfl. „ E .Td-JLi 3 -|..,.,, High Grade Flour 



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Vail. 

s, wk.Sf 1728 w 17th. 



Andean,; Ciirrie'ilik wjks W w ifoh; 
AndersdnJGirrie 'JMiss, vks l^p8 w Cen 

Andeijs<jn,' C* rrie Mifcs, wks 566 w lflth. 
Anders|n,i (J q i? tjxjiress, anc transfer, r 

trapper Bldprnfleld 



Coal 

i ; '.• 

>ines 

p724 

C. R. j 



110B e M|aple. \ 

AnderMnj Charles, 

CpiirCo^.^wal^t.: .j | ■* •- i i 

Anderfejmj Claries! wkp Tan Ginkel Coat; 1 
Co.) r |Fr inklin avd, Sevastopol. '\ 

Andean,' CI arlesWkt 0. M. &' K. R. K 
r^fOeDesM^eij. , j 

Andersen,' Cl arlesj teamster Eureka 

^Co.. r;46S es2d. •• 

Anderfcon, ( paries, |wkij, Deaj Moines 
Ma mfac ;uring ana Supply Co., 

e ifi 2d r ' i j ' J J : | j- I 
Audersln, 1 Charles 1 sectioid wdrkmari 

I[il>.R.tRi,l465e8 2d. I 

Andeirsc n,| Claries, team3te)r Redhead & 
Whitney, ' * "j ■.'".. ; ' r;. 

Andersc n,i Charles Ei, printer IOwa 
K(^;i8^er,fr 122J w lOffi. 

\.ndprt( nj Charles] Jj M., cashiei Hi usen 
Dri g|Co., r,1529je D js Moinss. 

Andersc 4,1 Charles T., carpenter Anderson 
Ifluaiig Mil, |r 810 e 5th. 

Andersen", Charges W., j acker ftediiead, 
^oldn^Lathrbp[&(Co.,r [71^ w Scott. ' 

Anders( n, Christ, : vks 1281 w 22d. 

*.ndc!rs<n, Christina Mrs. r 653 e 2d 

Andersen, Christina' Miss, wkfl 7 

LO(U8t. 1 \ " 1 1- ' ' j; . 

Anders A(i, Christopher, miner 
( }r ; d|ve Coal CcL r 804 e s 6thl 

Anldc rs(5n, Glaus, miner Eujreka boal 

if 4(|5 e & 2d. 1/1, l' I • : 



State 



5 e 
Maple 
Co., 



3iyery House. 



wks Mrs; J 



Anderst m J -Edward, 
d'o. r;618e's6tl 





indcrsfn, C. V.^ stjeWard 
^ndflrscn, Delia iMiss, 

^Vi]Klsor,:W. G^andave. 
Ati(,l|rs(in, ! Dora 1 Miss, saleswoman 
J KieijelmaV & Co., bis. w 13th 

-■H-i "! [i ' ! ■ ■■ 

toideJrsenjE. Mrs., . dressJnkr overl 3: 

5th ' ' ■ - v ■ ^ .-it 



miner Eureka 



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Andersop, Edward, £tudeut Iowa Business 
•■ College.., '/ |-. j.' ' :\ 

E. G., miper, Bloomfleld Coal 



son, 



J Aride|ri 
Anflerso]i, 






Audeh-80^, 
aec 
ve. 



E. (r., 



paints 



er.irfelO e 8 3rd. 



E. M., conductor Des Moinis 
lec^ric Strelet ft R.,' r 1824 e i Grand 



II 



Andersoti, Ella Miss, wks* 718 e Walnut, 
Anderson; Ellen Miss, wks 625 e Walker. 
AndelraonJ Einil, miner Maple Grove Coal 



Ande 



M| 



101 

|ve. 



ng Cd, r 1417 e Buchanan. 
Emily r Miss, wks ,926 w 6th 



^Andeirsonl, JSmmri Miss, wks 1 717 Tfr Locust. 

'^Lnde^son, jpric, pain ;er and paper nanger 
tick Bros. ' ' • 

Andejrson, Eric, mimsr Eureka Coal Co., 
rooms jover 119 (t Des Moines. 

|Anderson,']ilrne8tl, conductor Des Moines 
i . Electric Strejet Ry., r 813 e Lyon, 1 

Anderson, Esther I. Miss, dressmaker, r 
837wtth;j ! n 

Anderson, Eunic^ Miss, bkpr P. Hookpr, 

lids blQw 10th. I f | ! , ■ 

ill L 

AndeijsonL F. 0., miner Van Ginkel poal, 

Coi, r e 6th nr cor Maury \ 

. Anderson ^l^erria, wks 
w Grind avej 

Anderson, Fredrick, lab 1 , r 916 e 6th. 

nl G.,l coqtr^ctori and 'builder, 



Robert 



Fullertjon 



Auderson, Geor^ 



Moin?8 
Walnju 



e Grand ave., b is Hbtel Goldston 3 j 



R., car-foreman 



Anderson, 



nibhi'ound house, r 14S7 w 



1 



622 



Des 



i* 



*Ander8on^uff, mi4er t Maple Grove Coal 
Co. 



Gust., 



Co., rover 5(6 



Anderson, Gust., 



i liner Rose Hill Qoal 



e 8 3rd. 



Anderson,. HI. Ai, 



lab, r 804 e s 10th. 



Frakklin ave|, Sevastopol 



Anderson, 
/ Locust. 

And^rson'jt 
i Short. 

Anderson 



.. Hilda 
Anderson; Hilda 



^ DRUGGISTS' SIINDR 

J 224 and 2 56 We it 2d 



Hannail Miss, wks 1308 w 
Hannal Miss, wkd 301 w 



lab, r Jefferson, cor 



Miss, wis 938 |<v 8th. 

Miss, dreBsmkr, r over 
I 506^6 Fine, j 

Anderson, H. T., Dei 712 W High. 

And( rson^ Hulda 13! !iss, saleswoman east 
i de store C. E, Risser & Bro.. r ^023 

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Anderson, Ida Miss, wks 916 w 8th. 

Anderson, Ira W., attorney room 11, 
Good Blk, r 2213 w School. 

Anderson, Isaac:, student Highland Park 
Normal College, r 810 e 5th. 

Anderson, James N., painter, r e Vine nr 
1 s w cor 11th. i 

Ad erson, Jennie 31 rs., r 500 Jeiferson, s 

vDes Moines". . 

Anderson, Jennie Miss,^ks 625 e Walker. 
Anderson, John, miner Coon Valley Coal 

Co." 
Anderson, John, miner Des Moines Coal 

Co., r817 e s 0th. " ; 

Anderson] John, miner Eureka Coal Co., 

rooms over 110 e D(jfl iMoi les. j 

Anderson, John, carpenter^ r 1314 w 22d. 
Anderson, John, wks Det Moines Soap 

* Factory, r 1300 e 13th. ; 

AiUerson, John, carpenter, r 6!pe Walker. 

Ad lersou, John, -wks Des Moines Electric 

Street Ky., r 2005 w Leyner. 
Anderson, John, driver Gits Newlen,r 42(5 

£e Locust. 
Anflerson, John, miner Ebreka Coal Co., 

r 801 e s 7th. 
Anderson, John, janitor, Gran,t school 

bldg, r 951 'w 23rd. i 
Anderson, John, miner, Bloomfield Coal 

Co., r 1210 i 1st s Des Moines. 
Anderson, John R., miner, r 1319 e 7th. 
Anderson, Joseph, student Iowa Business 

College. ' ! 

Anderson Josephine Miss, wks 509 w r 4jth. 

Anierson, Josie Miss, | student Callanan 
- College, r 1209 w Lodust. " 

Anderson, Julias, miner Bloomfield Coal 
. Co., r 426 e s 3d. ! i 

Anderson, Lena Miss, operator : Central 
Unicn Telephone po,,r 1115c© Bu- 
chanan. ' ■ . '. 

Anderson, Lillian Missjr 1437 w 21st. 
"Anderson,. Lizzie Mrs., wks, 2137 w Grand 

ave. [ 

Anderson, Lottie Miss, wks 1427 w 10th, 

Anderson, LJR., shoemaker, r 1023 e 

1 Lyon. ; ! ! 

■ i ■ ' 

Anderson, Mary Miss, wks j823 w 5th. 

Anderson, Mary Miss, r over 002 e s 5th. 
Anderson, Mary Miss,! wks Mrs. W. Q. 
Reed, w Grand ave nr 80th. 




AndersonL 
Hills, 

AndersonL 
North 

Anderson^ 

Anderson 

Anderson^ 



Matilda Miss 

r 618 e 1st. 

Milton, expj-issman, r 1016 w 



R, r 8 ()6 Madison, s Des 



Anderson, 
r rea r 

Auderson , 



Works, r 1300 e Fi'lihortL 



Grove Coa 



O., miner,' rooms 518 e s 2d 

O. J., foreman carrjiage trim 
Des Mojnes Sngsryi Co., r 508 
s-i ;le avcj, s Des Moines. 

\\\ O.le, "liiinejr I^aple G 
ining Co. i * , 

Ole, miner, r 1113 e j Buchanati 
Olof, fireman. Bloomfleld Col 
507 e s 2d. • ■ : ■ , ' 

Olof, (Anderson £ Gkistafson 
e * L}|on. 



Anderso 

P 
Andersoji 
Anderso 
AndersoJ 

618 c 

Anderson 
Part. 

Anderson 

Anderson 

Anderson 



laundress L. Mj 



Iinnie Miss, ivks 
elsjlab, r 1300 ej 13th 
Nels, wks C. St. P. «fc K. C.'U 



•Nelson, 'mine jEu 
p59 ej 1st. 

j^elsbu, wks bes j Moines Soap 



| t 



Olof, miner Bloomfield Coa 



503 e s 2d. 



Andersor, 

Andersor 
mers 
Hill 

Anderso 
and |\ 

Anderson 

Anderson 
(Jo., 1 r 

Anderson 

r m 

Anderso^ 

Co., 

Anderson, O. P., janitor Bird S|c|hool B\di 
rl8l) w High. 

Anderson, b. Peter, miner 

Coal and Mining Co., r 506 e s 3d. 

Anderso:] Ora Miss, student Highly 
Park [College, room 3 College Hall. 

Anderso [ , Oscar, solid or Singer Mail 
factn-ing Co., r 2005 w Leyner. ! 

Anderso [ Oscar, 1 - tailor Oscar Lofqu 
rooms 432 w Chestnut. 

, bscar U., 1 coachman Dr 
inawalt, bds 302 w l^th. 
Otto, bricklaver, r 
, Otto, wks 80:. w jPl^asant 

P. Miss, wks| L. 
1st. I 



802 w jjuj 



IVIoiues. 



r 



va Coal Co. 



Rose Mill 



Peter, niacliinest, 



Peter, butcher, r 
Peter, fireman "V\ 
Peter, wks Des 



Railway Co., r919 w2|d 

Anderson, Peter G., miner 

Coal Co. 
Andersoi, Peter «t., r422 w 
Andersori, Philip, wks 1428 



,406eL\> 
iant. 

Wh | 

1125 



C. W. FQVVILER, 

714 W. Looust St. Telephone 511. 




w 



1 



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iljion & Stela.' 
'Moiiies Stn 



IV 



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; Hitrh. 



Steaku lllcatlug 
Pliimbliiir and Gff 



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iuderspii ,1 K, lali Bloomfipld Coal Co.,i;rj 
Capiial 



Park.; 

Richar4s> 
;, 465 e 2d. 

kiider^oii Riifu'^jSf, ,^n 
MOinds Marble and 



Anderson,. 
Sci111.it 



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■i'nim 



Andenjoi 



thing House 



i. 



;ii 



Ander.soii $. !i M M\y* pajrver Coal! Cp.,' 
rOSOelstj ( i; ■ 

Audersoii; ^D., Wjk|p\M. filbert, Greeii- 
w(MK:,Park, 

Amlersoi: j Selma JMissl r 70|2 e 5th. 
Aud'erspuj Sophia 3iis$, wkp 1511 w Cen 

ten. <' i ' . . Lt 
Andev4oc; [Sophia 3r|isk wka 10L2, m{ 3d. '' ( 

^nders'oi:,: (sophia ^liss, laundress L. M. 
: lUIl,i()18e lsf 

Audordou/^ophia 

Vnderrioi'j^ophia 

Audenioij , Strept, 



3 



iss, :.wkn [715 w 5jtii 

^isS,wkp;716|e\yalE|ut 

Ninth sbiith cf ' V '" 



on. 



U'llfM ld[ and ffiom East to 
Manufacturers 

Ayder.ioi , Sybilla 3fiss, dre 
tVudpnjoii, Thomas ft., lab, r 123 J 



s Ipe: Moifies 



, Veta Miss, wks 



stenosra 



Andenioi ,"\V. E., 

.. Siitlij j Green wood 'Park. 
Amfcrioi j ^Viljiain, coachnj 



Ander^(i6i( Williai 

' rMjjjStlf. 
Amterjdii ' 

r|mouti 

AuderlonJmilia^lH., w 



interj(liHvilliai]i jp., bijic 



Men's, Boys' an 

FURNISHISQ 0000$, 
WEST WALNUT 



JIT 



;s. MoiNEs;'jpiuEeTb{|x^ 



wk* Carman &, 

if _ ,' i . 

rble cutter, Des 

Msrite|l,Co.,rl359 



tfehUiu^;lij|jave, to 
" ' from F 
Wditi 



Royc 



e, Chi 
Kne 



ne 

i 

es- 



|(25 e Walker, 



^i. u nkdr Lederej*, 
*• S3' w [Grand ave.,1 qr 



coachi n: m J. C; Macy, 



bds ffttB w Locust. 

i,jclk J)>iin O. JEEeggenj 



aiiil Liyerpppj fcacJdAg Co., if 103 e J. 

Audorfonhvilliaih J.,' (And 3rson |& Likd) 

r 1111! e 0th.'], [ i ; ".. j r 

Aii(ler|on,!William P., lab r 'Franklin alvej- 
« $ c.»jij Jeffers'on,' Se\ aiitopol, 

Aii(ler|ou,;^illie; w^siDe j Moirie:^ Broom 
W>rkk, re'llthlcor Viiie. , 

Aufiertoiij,& Gujta(rs6n, COlof AWierfeon 
m\ Gustaf G uktatfso 



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ks Des 



Andersorj! & Lir|inJ (jAlidrew' X. An- 
d(fPson!aud Ckrirles'O. LarsAii.) cro- 

Amlerfon k Lin|, ("\yilliam J. Anderson 
• arjd (l|arles Lifnd.) growers 5&e Otlr. 



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bet2adjand24t^ 

Andrew, j- j . ■ , ' r 21p 



Daily Capital, r 

AridrewsV Charles, t 

• e Des Moines. 
Andrews, jChristo^l 
dre ws,j) r 1344 e 

Andrews, Eli^a Mrs 

. . _ 1 • J. . . 'I 



hlldren's Clothing, 

,}IAT8,CAP8&VAU8E8. 
COR. SIXTH, 



^.ndrews, -t — - grcc<T, r"1109 e Cth. 
Andrews, j A. P., mntr City Circulation 



ANN 



89 



rom Mills to School 



3 12th'. 




1073 w 23d. 
;k burner, bu^s 832 



:i 



ei , (Hartung & Au- 
Q rand ave. , i 



!,:708w,8th. 



[•I 1 

Andrews, Frank, prpssman Daily Capital, 



r8l4e 
Andrews, 



Lyon: 

, Iarryjb 

Light C6i, r 2^8 

Andrews, James M 



1721 
re^ys, 



Chestiiut. 



Lyon, 
ohn F.; 



Andrews, J osiaji, carri 



Bu^g 



'gj 



Andrews, L. F., Ates't Secfy State Board 

of HeilM r 884 ^ r 5th. . i 

Andrews, ^elfeoii B.i, 1 1230 w 12th, , 
Andrews, Saimiel, prfnsfer and express, 
r 8114 1 L^u. 



Andrew 
'Aiidrews. William 



,, liases 



grocers 800 e 



Ctftriopa 



jr Capital Citv Gas 
e32d.. , . ' 

/mving contractor, r 
dj ;ar maker, r 153 w 




ige mkr Des Mbines 
w23d. •: ■ 



miner, r 103C w 4th. 

lil s.| r Main nr Pleas- 
1 ant, I Sevastopol. j | 

Angle, Da-id, fireman C. St. P. & K. CI R. 
I R., f over 204 wjlLth. 

Angleberger, - John, mugr Kirkwbod 
Hpuse Billiard ^ ill,, r, 122 w Gth i.ve. 

Angstroni, Otto, cpa| miner, r 1910 e 

Brook, 
Ankerie}, HI E->°jtsst mngr Des Moines 

EiuSeVd Oil WoH s, r 1374 e 9th. 

Ankenej; 1 J. A., retire 1, r 1304 w Center. 

Ankenej, Nellie Miss, teacher West Des 
Mpihes High Sch iol,,r 130(4 w Center. 

Ankeney, jSarah Mrs. r §24 e Grand ave. 
Ankenej street* fromJDelm ave to $orth, 



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Aiikeneyl, 

■J .Trust 
Co., r 



Park andjYork'8 Choice. 

)V. R.,- ])re8 Des Mpiries Loan & 
Co. and Tibbies Manufacturing 
e Pennaylvi nia ave bet Wash- 



ingtou' and Euclic 



Ankeny, 
Ankeny, 



Annacker 
! e Gth. 



^nkehy, R. V., r 920 ^ r Locust 



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arriet S. ^ijrs., rj920 w Locust, 
'eter D., ret red, r 317 e 11th. 



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Frederick, boarding house ,214 



and Transfer Co, richards, : i ankenfiel d & co, 

FIMI7H||sTR3EET. 



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Dealer In Pipe and (Fittings, Pl^fn^e^s , Merchandise, Etc, fo Moines, /L ilomi $t 



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^ 3 Anneberg, A., bafcjer, r 335 w s j)th ave. 
*• 3 Anneberg, Mary J. Mrs., restaurant 100>v* 
W'*C 6th ave. I 

IW 3 Annis, Si W., special investigator, room 
■■* T 508 Iowa Loa^i & Trust Bldg, rooms 



* over 407 w Walnut. 

Ansell, Charles W., candy 



T. 



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,» - ' X Ansell. Charles W.. candy maker Moelle 

jjj Ansell, John A., cjlk Younker Bros., r 709 
™- e Locust, • ' 

' Ansell, John T., brick mason Ja^ies Maine, 

r 709 e Locust. - ! 

Ansen, Andrew, retired, r 1210 e Buchan- 
an. 
Ansen, Matilda Miss, r 1210 e Buchanan. 
2} Anshitz, B. W., compositor Watters- 
<Z Talbot Printing Co., bds j 202 w 10th. 

^ ig Anshitz, R. Mrs,, r 1535 w Hjigh; 



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w Ansteed, Belle Misa, wks 1403 w Locust. 

g Anstrom, A. P., miner Bfloomfield Coal 
a Co. 



\l Anstrom, Gust, trapper Bloomfield Coal 
w § Co., r rearBloomfield Coal Mines. 

•! I o A ps ar > w - L " P¥ nter e - E - McC r a y 5 5r 654 

< •"=-! King Row rear 1316 w Pleasant 

*! S 6j Aphid, Lizzie Miss, dressmaker, bds 1117 



g uj • w Grand Ave. 

g « ^ • Appel, Benjamin, elk M. Sheuerman & 
• £• Bro.,r 2809 w Woodland ave. 

o Appelgate, John M., r 832 e Pennsylvania 

)< ave - I 

| ■ p^ Appelgate, Louis J., weighmaster Gibson 

! « ' Coal Co., r 708 Hartford ave,s Des 

0-. Moines. ; 

*4 8 Appelgate, Nathaniel L., hjirse buyer, r 

l : fj < 832 e Pennsylvania ave. I\ \ 

• , 5^ Appelgate, Seth, teamster Andrew; Lund- 

JO berg, r nr Bloomfield Coal opines s 

gj Des Moines.' 

. «J h Apland, Lizzie Miss, dressmkr Mrs;. Carrie 

SS . G. Burd, r 813 e Lyon. 
f- . Appenrodt, William, meat market 207 e 
<0 Walnut, r over same. , < 

2 Apple, E. W., carpenter, r 705 e, Pennsyl- 



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to 



vituia ave. 



s 

■■J O Abple, Leslie C, elk Miller & Co., r 705 

]£ < 1 e Pennsylvania L ave. ' 

| q Appleton, D. & Co., M. L. (Leoimro! agt, 

;i ■ ? i 522 w Walnut. i 

w Appling, Frdfl, wks Des Moines ^h,oe Man- 

, h ' I •ufacturing Co. ! , ! "' 



5 



•ufacturjng 

. P. Arbtin, John, wks Maple Grove Goal and 
w ; Mining Cd, bds 110 e s|4th. ■ 



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Ai]buckle, Lottie Miss, wk 
Arbuckle, - 
, Hill. 



ARM 



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:th. 



Mrs., r w Grand ave )Valnut 

High. 



Apbuthnot, Kittie Miss, r 1815 w 
Archer, E. I . T., receiving elk Perkins & 
Brinsmrid, rooms 215 J^v Up.. 

Archer, Guj,, student Capital 



mercia College. 

Archer, Janes, section hand 
K. C. R ft., bds nr Cj. St. 
i round house. 



Cijty 



Conv 



cJ St. p .^ 

P. &K.C. 



sician, r (167 w 



salesman Con- 
rooms 



Archir, Maiy C. Miss, phy 
12th. 

Archer, W. H., traveling 
solidatcd Tank Line| Co*, 
e9th. i . ' |i i ' 

Ardmqre Hotel, N. Minddnhall prop 
! 409eLtocust. : ' - : ( ' I I 

Axenberg, JjOijig, lab, r 12j2 e locust. 

Airenberg, Marls, printer 'pes Moines 
Leader, r Hi) ej Locuet. 

Aienberg, 15., cigar^ and .tobacco 412^^ 
Walnu:, r rear same. 

Arenberg, Simon, lab, r lJlO e Locust. 

Areharti, Fiunk, restaurant, r l603eGraw 
; ave. ;| 

Arensen, (^ ertie, waiter Baker ' jfc Kelly, 
■814!ej<fth; : 

Argus, Th3 (weekly illustrated), Henr 
C. Sha ver editor, 1 John F. Olson busi 
ness niDgr, 420 w Court ave. . 

Arie, Osca r, student Capital City Com; 

j mercial College, bds 1402 w Locus 

Ariss, Tholaaa8, (Cha "les L.-Eahler & Co. 

r 917 w 3rd. 
Ar^in^tOn Avenue, fiom Orchar I to Franl | 
I lin a\e, thence northwest to 6th avjijj 

North) Des Moiips. | 



Arlington 
! block 

Arlington 
from 



Heights. 



Heights, I from A rli n^ton, on< 
north, beti east lOt l Mid 14th. t 

Street, Seventh north) of Nora 
east 10th to 14th, f jArlinrgtd 



Armstrong Frank, compositor Daily Cm 
itnl. t 1205 e 12th. I I ' 






itol, r 1205 e 12th. 

Armbruster, Frederick, gardener, r 
' 30th, cor Hickmah s ave. , 

Armbruster, Fred, Valley, 32, Dps Moines. - 
Armel, 'William K., lithoirariher Iqra- 
Printing Co., r 50() Mjonrpe, S. W' 

Moinfes. I ■ '>. j | 

i . » 'Li' *i u 

Armsberj;, Jacob, wks p. Gjreen & b(>u r ' 

110 e Locust." 




GARFIELD QljlE 

NIELSEN, HANSEN & 



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CLpTHINQ S^OKJ 

527 East Locust Street. 




r over 



Armstrong, Alexander, fcajrp^nten 

j Armstrong, j^n^rjew, tyb| r w }8t, c^r 

j #idge. 

j Armstrong, A. P., BldoMeld, • 16, Des. 

if .'. Jjloines. [ j | . ■• , i , [ 

• Ann*ron^, Hark jlab, :•. 1*6 e l^hl, j: 

Armstrong,' B-jE./wks Otis Moiries'goap 

Wo"ks,ri2Q&el2th,' .:,.- f !| . | ; . 

;■. Arms'txc |ng,.H enty, stud m t Iowa Business 

; \ fk' 1 V ■ ; -i ■''' 

Armstrc ng, H&niy, wks L W. Goode, r w 

'■ , 1st, cor H dgef i ; • ' . , . ■ . | 

Ajmbtiohg, »F. pi, Supt Western News-r 
j pjaper Un on, f 1055 w 12th. . i 

Armstrong, J. Craivford, carpenter, r 209 

■; eil4th. "' !• j - '-!'." i •■■■< -I 

■ "mi' ■ ' I' 

Aimstrong, Jepnie, r 1(430 w Grand i ave. h 



11" ■ 

m 605 % 



AIM ST. 

THE LEADING 



; : Armstrong, JTe 



sB^jbdeiw Walnut- 



and 4th. | 

irmatrong, M iud£, dre ismaker, r 
^rand ave . ! 



Armstrong N. 
R.Rfrei 




S MOINES DlKECtORY. 



Hi,;checkclkC,R.I.& P, 
hi office, jr 1205 e 12#i.: 

Armstrong, Thomp, bds *0% w 8th. 

1 4 & Whitney, r w,. 1st, cor Ridge. 

Armstrong: William W., painter, r 14^:0 e 
F \Valnut.: 
| Am, jKatfe Mi 3s,j wks 815 to 3d. i 
jA-rnberg, Lydia Mrs., r 9i<) e Buchanan. 
Arnbi?4iiP.,r t |417eWdnut. . I 

Arnbnrg, | William B., pipping clk| Mc- 
cormick Harvesting Machine Co., r 
920 ej Buchanan*.! 1, 

Arnev, Josephine ( IVjiss,! music teachers r 
! feeflucWn, ' • '- ! 

^rnold, Benjamin F. real estate 40SU 

[■ .(j5th|rp£eC. .'..'■. : f ' Jr. 

JArnoid,.fi. R, bi^t t elk Awrn House, i 

Arnild "Bros! (J. C., CharlesB. and Joel 
B. Ajnoldf) props i Den Moines Broom 
forks, 201 6 Walnut. | 

jArnold, Gharljs a,,(A:-ncld Bros.,) i: 614 

Monroe, ^msMciries. ; ' 
Arnold, Emmaj Miss, r 1^26 fw Linden. 
lAfoold, Jl C.,(Arnold Bros .j r 6141 Monroe, 
I i Dps Monies, 1j ■,],..■ ! i 
JArriojfy 'jjoel M (Wold Bros!,) ' r 614 
j ifpnroe, S| Des ftlctf^s. • . j I . 



[Amojcj, jjMinnej'Miss, 
WS\ Cominercia] 



bet 3d 



105. w 



P. H. SIGKELS 



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Cillegtl. 



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Capital 



Arnold, 3s .die Miss, wks 1022 w Locust].' 

Arnold, William H., real estate rooms 36 
and 38 Clapp Blic, r 1124 w 22d. 

Aintz, Louis, jeweie];416 e Walnut, r repr 

saniis. 
Aronsori (Dharles, wks Savery House. 

Arpn8on, Gertie ^Iip, waiter Baker |& 
Wood j,, rooms 320 e 7th. 

Arpy, G3orge jg 1 ., 
Frarklin. 

> 

ArifowoojiJ Fannie 



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c4rpehter, w 16th cor 

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liss, wks 1327 w 26tjh. 

Arf;, Charibs, studei!it|Highland Park Nor- 
mal C allege, rooms College HalL 

Ar* Loiise BJ Miss, student , Highland 
Park- College,! i 3d, nr Franz ave, 
North morelancl. i - : . 

Ar;hur, i:ryin,|ab, r k>6 w s 6th ave.! 

Ar ;hur, l\ G., Delaware, 28, e Des Moines. 

Ar;hur, Fiank: G., bskery and, restaurant 
407 e JthJ: 

A.T^hur, (reorge, Delaware 32, e Des 
]Vloir,€8. ■ j 

Arthur, II mry, shoe maker, r 1J118 w 8th, 

Arthur, Richard C.J pajnter William Mor- 

1 phyJl ds 206 w 7(h. ; ' : 

Arthur f 3 feet, seventh north of ,Des 

ijtfoir i 8 river fi om George to Say lor : 

yille Road, Tw n|ng's'Addition P : 

Arthur, jY ctor, lab, rJ206,w s 6th ave; 

Arthur, William, Delaware 29, e Des 
Moir c s. i I 

Artuschewske, RuiiiJ cigar maker 
Ro8\] c k, r 420 w Orchardi 

Aryidson, lohn/check elk C. JR. I. & P. R. 1 
R.,r r 923e WaWr. — 

489ehs'oi, Jacob, teamBter Chicago Ilum- 



Asbury J 



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Der Co., r 504 e* 8 



8th. 



Asbeistine Stone Works, John A. iiewis 
prop) 118' w 8th. ' " n 

Asljufry, iw argaret !l}lrB., r over 615 e G|rand 

ive.. j 1 



edd<r pastor, 



]16tji cor Capital] ave. 

A8<te'nsioh Strjeet, seventh north of C( nter 
from vest 1st to -jtyh ' 

AshjjDayil, rtiiner Carver Coal Co 

A.sp, J. | L. Mrs., <Jlre88 maket, r 23(18 w 
No 



AB ), j • v. ., 

4442 



[. E; ; ChaM, Rev. P. V 



., grocer v r Forest ave ccjr 4 ;h, r 
,w 9th. ,;,'.• 



, jAs)i,| Jessib IZVfess, I student Drake Univer- 
sity, | r Doms 116 & w 27th. 

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St. ;tl Fln«s Busslis inci Oiirrlases. (. «w rrak. 



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Ashj Joseph A., carpenter, r 2£ 18 w North- 

Ashbrook Place, from North lo Washing- 
ton ave, between east 14th and 10th, 

Ashpv, Newton B., lecturer FJjiJriiiets* Al- 
liance, r 95*3 w ,15th. 

*fe Bennett, 
' lUtih. 



M 



85th: 



Ashtlowne, Calvin, elk Miller 
jloll) w Locust. 

Ashenfelter, Lizzie Mr?;, r U 

Ashert, William, wks 100 w 3)1. 

Ashford, E. P., r North cor w 

Ashford Street, Fairview. 

Ashland Street, From West ti 

IMorris and Eshbaugh,anjl West's 1 Ad 
.ditions. 

Ashley, Henry E., wagon i 
5th, r 1352 e' Capitol ave. 

lAshjlev Hotel, Mount ford & 
nr C. St. P. & K. C. 

house. ., 

AsliJley, II. W. f miner Van 
Co., r Center, Sevastopol 

Ashjey, Jennie Miss, rooiiu 

lith ave. 
AshHw, Lewis E., miner Van 

!t 1 o., r Center, Sevastopol!. 

Ashby, William IL, miner Van Ginkel 
rfrual Co.j, r Center, Sevastopol. 

Ashley, WilXjaiii M., brick n 
r 0th ave. •' , ' 



i Court aye, 



laker' 413 e 

Able , pro]\s> 
R. R. round 

Ginkel Coal 

over 512 w 
Ginkel Coal 



ason; r 539 w 



.11'-= 

ULQ 



Ashton, Henry, tinsmith, 1118 w 3d. 

i ■■' 

Ash worth, Fannie, Miss, student Capital 

City Commercial College, 

Askren, Mary C. Miss, teaciliir Longfellow 

School, r 1100 e Pennsylvania ave. 

Asmusseu, August, harness. Quaker, Des 
Moines Saddlerv Co., r 1104 w 7th. 

* i 

Asmussen, Julius, harness maker Des 
.Moines Saddlery Co., r 217 w Short v 
Asper, Martin, Jab, r 1540 e Brook. j, 
Asplond, E. Rev., r over 7Qfc e Walker' 

Astelford, George, wk.s Capital .City Gas- 
light Co., r 4th cor Corning ave, 1 Lake 
Park. ,. ■ '" 

Astelford, George W,, plumber A. II, 
Walker ct Co., r 3110 w 4th. 

Astleford, William H„ carpenter,,, r 4th 
cor Corning ave, Lake Park, '■ 

A Street, between 3d and 4th from Crocker 
to School. ' ; 

Atchison, Belle I). Miss, trimmer L. ICutt- 
ner, r.l3§4,e 12th. 

Atchison, Charles, teamstjer 'Bloomh'eld 
, Coal Co.; r 1384 e 12th. 



Des Moines 



Sarnuel, carpenter, 



12th. 
fch., ;• 
r 1719 



Altchison, ( J. B. painter, r 1384 e 

AJtchison, }l J. Mrs.; r 1384 e ISj 

Atchison, 
| Lyon. 

Atchisonj Topeka & Santa Fe Rai ■ 
i way, 3. M. Osgood ^en'l agj;, Savdijy 
1 IIou^c, 40J1 w Locust 

Atchison, 'IV. M., brakeinan C. I?: I. & t 
K. K., r 1^84 e 12th. i j ' ■ ■ 

Atchle}-, G . W., painter and paper hau 

er, r770w 11th. i 

Atchley, Vernon, painter r 770 w 11th. 

Atherton, E. F., traveling salesman, r 2^ 

! Nortl: . 

Atherton, L, IL, student Iowa -Businks 
(Colloie.i ,i ' ; ■ 

Atkinn; Caleb B., real estate, r 1044 w tt 



reet, fourth north of ScImUi" 
w 21st to 25th, Cottage Grove. 

riros. (M. A. and W{j R. Atkji 
Rents' furnishing goods, 21 J 



i a vie. 

Atkins S 
from 

Atkinson 
son) j: 

4th. 

i- 

Atkinson, Clara E., physician, office an 
, , r 1344w27jh. ♦ , , . , 

Atkinson Maquina A., (Atkinson Bros.' 
118 v ; Court ave, , ' . i 

Atkinson Margaret Miss, student Drajlje 
University, r North tirlw37th 



Atkinson 



Mary E. Mrs., housekeeper 8: 



e Pennsylvania ave. 



Atkinson 
Co., 

Atkinson 

Atkiusor 



, Peter, miner Coon Valley C 
- 532 e s 2d.. ; • 



il 



(i) 



, Susan Sirs., r North nr 37th. 

, W. E., elk Youuker Bros., r il 
.', e Hjibbell. 

Atkinson, William B|., (Atkinson Bros), 
113 'v Court aveJ I ' • ; 

Atlantic andl Pacific Tea Co., J. M. Duty 
mnyr, 020 w Walnut. 

Attig, Adami tailor Samuel Weinstoek, 
rear 002 e s Sth.j 

Attmore, Elijah W., ^latiterer, r 212 e Dc 

Moines. I i 

Atwell, Caroline Miss, saleswoman lies tl 
i & Traversy, r 1210 jv. Woodland av 

AJtwell, Tsabel Miss, saleswoman Read )t 
Traversy, r 12 1Q w Woodland ave. 

Atwoodl Grace [Miss, student Highlaijri 
Park ^Normal College, roonis Colic 
Hal | | 

Effle E. Miss, wks 1222iw Locu 



Fit, Qualit 
WoFkmansnip 
Guaranteed. 




( Cpr. West 6th 
] \ and 
( Mulberry StsA 




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(Jontra^tors for Pliimblag 







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ocomotive engineer, r 
iiid 



ave. 



Walnut. 

ugustine, Frank, 
^ver 1438 w Gr: 

Auliiiann, Carl, elk 
w wS2h|jol. 

lmarin,, George W., draughtsman Eagle 
Irofi Workp, t 004 4 6thl 



PLUMBING 



Steam,' | Ccr. W. IthlniLccuit. 'Ph^ce 

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DES MQIN ES iDI^ lEOT 



H. CJBschrodt, r 12126 



sunt. 



AulmaMS," Lorenfc t 
J Worl&,r.rile5;h. 

UillmaiijijTh^od(Ta|ilrk'|-r 212ft w.Scliool. 

ILulniaiinJ William, ["tfoqd and feed 208 w 

j'l | M |r 214 w El 1L ,..-.'■■ , 

Aultmjln, MillerjalCi)., Buckeye Mnd 
ii I 'erslaild mowers I. D. Brewer genera 



M (l 



airtlj A. K. Iqrin 
eAtalnut. 

,iiltm|rii& Tilyi<j) 



:in,|Arjjie vv.j auditor «p. M. & N. R. 
Rjr oW 405 y M tjve. t ' ;'i ! . ; ■ \ 

Aus|in,'Avis ISIi8£[, ..j"\Vks Mrs. Gkprgd E. .! 

It r in rr . tit *rii«or»/l; otrrJ "J. ' 

>es Moines Brick 



A 

r ill IS 



threshers, Franlff ])I. Lponiis 
Gthl'avi cor Viii& 

iraciter,' J. $evJ, , 

; gel leal, ch ireh, 
Ausherjl Alexanders 

A.usherj Perry, lab,!r o61 w l,8t. 

LstinjArle W.j ■' LJ 



Eagle Iron 



manager 401 and 

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t 



Co., 



entires and 



mgr, w 



stor [Trinity EVan- 

09 e Des 3 koines. 

carpenter,' r ljici w 



403 



qX i?liniptreet, frdm O. 



Kin^w Grand: ayej. 

istin, (Charles, wks. .]) 
W()fks, r Grc'eijiwoSd Pjark. 

stin,; l L6uis, ianitpr 1/ounker Bro., r| 80E 

MK -\ ■ ■■•!.■ L .i. 



B. & Q. Street to 



Wdst, 'Manufacturers Addition. 

Ausitinperg, Augjist, ylis Arlington 

coitiFrankljn' 
Austiiillerg, JElm'a 

ave cor FrauJkl 

'AutoniiHic Rfiilyrc! 
'Bafcfr pros, S. 

Wverili; T. E., 

w HiVer.i 
AH-erilljtjlE. 

KRerJ 
^eajll^ Tl M., r idl6 i River. 



Mrs. 



J AvorJ-, George 8. 



AV^l.i \ y 
v^ry,W.!D.,sti 

imercial C61 




m 



avej 
?t6n 



3]!i|s8, wks Arlin 

n 



y ! signal Co., -A',j J-. 
Li ^ulle^i sec^ 214 w; 






1223 



w25th,r 



\ 



, physician, r 191 



1916 



3 w 



Mrs^r'^&pwOth. 

■ty't'.ry Planter (todies Moines Wnch 

1 jJ. I*. BartliolDmoV ling:: ' 119, 121J 12$ 



l^nt palpi^al City Cjbm 




layers, 0. B 

; 1015 w 2 

^ylesworpl 
Universi 



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Avey Alice, kte|nogjra\)lier North westerji 
^Eutual aiq Insurance Co 

Axpni Okar, 'lab f tyls 1375 w 27th. 

A^ei^jTllliimF., salesman C. E. Rissejr 
&fBio.,:ooih200 w,8th. 

Ay^rs, Geoige E.,\ better carrier Dels 
.'Moines )06t oftlqt. 

lyjsrs, G. K, miller, r 5lo e 5th. 

yers, Lillio; A^iss, stenographer T. F. 
.McAvpy| r ^10 6 {.th; 

■ J)res State Insurance Co., 
1st. 



, Bartpi 0., 
iy, |p 2^2^ Brati 



Ay les worth 
iynier, James, miner Van 



pres I.Drak 
eboro ave. 
^M.,!heklth (ifficer, r 712 



Co., bds Center n 
Sevastof bl. j 




w cor 



^inlUe,Coa|l 
Franklin av( 




ARS, FR&D, lab, j- 113Q w 7th. 

pi(bb, Alex, Blpomfield, 17 Des Moiiies. 

bb, Willia n, Bloom field, 17 Des Moines 

^abcock, Fi ed receiver.H 1 . S. Land Office 
II r 1527 w Lijiden.) ,, 

Babcock, iJo! in '«f . catpienter, r 1013 w 25tl 



Baber, 

. jpaber, 

Bliichma 
•11<)< 



Laum Hiss, Ms 822 w 10th. . 
Willi im,: wk'i George D. Carson, 
n, (J. E.J traveling salesman, 



, .^07 w Center 

Bachmah, J)hn ! H., jiinfr yeast, r 778 h- 

i : '*, i ' r 1 

Bichmatin; r ^dam, r, 9J86 w 4th. Q — 

Bnchmann, iJeorge, elk A. H. Miles, r^36 ig K 

1 ' w '^ th -' : ■,• I , 'ft: 

Bjichm|a(n,' I^axry, wks] Williajns & BuhJ. — ' g" 



in, 



Susie G. 



Ja 



:kspn, r £#) w 4tli. 



Bacnmali 

Baclhroct, :La,212^ 

rS'litt^ School. 
Bnchtell, J. MJ, mngif 
Co|, j-ooin 49 Clar.p 



M House m* 



NSON A SON. 



B jiCknjan, J ^Jin, wks 
qnst,^ 1308 e 7th 

-4-l 



817 West 



Miss, 



stenographer 



and 2130 jvSchoo 

t'apitall City Fuo|l 
I}lk, r, 827 w 9th 



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Bachtell, WJB., retiijefll r 919 e Buchanaiij ! ft i(I> 

Baekmar , Henry, bkpri and accountant, |r, ,3^'H 

1.360. eCboley.-, [J - ! ' ' ! Er.jff} 

Bsjickmjai , J. A.,'tinne^C. V.J Keith, r 12j2sl ! '%]?' 

■ %me; ■ ■ • : H I. 



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Backmaii, S., tinner, r 1221 e 7th. 
Bjickstrom, Amanda Miss, wis Des Moines 

I; House. 
Backstrom, Claus, miner Blcoinfidld Coal 
/ Co., r 804 e Maury. j . ;{ i 

^ ■*•< feacon, Albert, wks Liverpool & Des 
fr»*§ r Moines Packing Co., r [722 e s 15th. I 
.22 §5 /Bacon, Albina Miss, laundress Vaughn & 
J^ / Bussey. rsp cor e.Gjfaiil ave and 2d| 
/ Bacon,' Frederick J., /contractor and 
' builder, r 1010 w Scdttj [ " I 

Bacon, George, wks Rose Hall Coal Co,, r, 

722 e s loth. / j 

Bacon, George 8., (Be|knap Art Co.,) r 

1503 w High. I ' ' ' 

Bacon, Maty Mjrs., r 722 e sloth. 
Bacon, li, £}. Mrs., r 818 w High. ' , 
Baddeley, Heijry, minor Deu Moines Coal 

Co., r Center, Sevastopol. 
Bader, John, lab, r 01 ( J e s :12th. 
£ Bader, Mary A. Miss, wks j Slavery House. 

£»' Badger, Arthur E., weaver Des 'Moines 
Cotton Mills, r 1G30 e jNValnut. 

Badger, Edward, wks Des Moines Cotton 
Mills, r 16^0 e Walnut. 

Badger, EmmajMriJ., r 1630 e Walnut. ; 

Bad ^er, Jennie Miss, schiol teacher, r 
1630 e Waljnut. j 

, Badgley, Hanford S., apiarist, r 210 e 20th. 

Sadgley, W. U, brickmafcje ', r 210 e 2J)th. 

'B!ag£, Arthur G., foreman! Western White 
; Brouze Co., r Clifton sive, nr s city 
,;<. limits, Clifton Heightk. 
Bagg, Charlea P., school teacher, r Clifton 
ave, Clifton Heights. 

Bagu, Charles P., BlooiUeld, 10, Des 

M6ines. ; 

Bagg, F. P., Bloomfield, 16, Des Moines. 

Bagg, Francis, j expressman, r 1520 e Wa 
nut. t 

Bagg, Frank P., elk Proctor Coal Co., 
; Clifton avj, Clifton* Heights. ! ,) 

Bagg, G. W., Bjloomfield, 1(J Des iMoinds. 

Bagg, H. L.,brakemau Cj P.I.& P. R. R.. 



rooms 313 e 9th. 



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Bags:, Jennie [E. Miss, elk C. E. Risser \& 
Bro., r 15^0 e Walnut. ' 

Bagg, Robert {•!., laj>, r li)2Q e Walnut, 



(stoves, Ftanaes, Furnaces, '' 
VAPOR STOVES,] REFRICERATOR1 



Bagwell, 



nets jCpllege. 



BagleyJ C . L., physician and suigeon,ov(:r 
1 335 e 5th, r same. I f ' 

Bagley Kancy J. ^Irs.,r 1007 ^ Lafayettj 

Bagley[ William, bakery 1903 1 w Cottai 
Grove ave. 



Clinton W., student Iowa Bus 



Moines Coal Co. 



Bagg, W. G. }lrs., r Clifton ave, Clifton 
Heights. ; . i : | 

! , Baggs, Albert), city delfvejry elk Union 
/I Mercantile Co., bds i08 w lstl I 



Bag will, prank, loan agent, r 1354^ (j Grand 
! ave. 

Bahler, Gleorge, wks DCs 

r P|c asaut, Sevastopol. 
Bahler, j Miunie D. MissJ wks w 8th, cor 

Bailer, William, lab Uriion Coal Co., 
Plea sant.nr Jefferson, Sevastopol. 

Paile}'*, A. C, student! Iojwa Business to 

lege, ., . : ! ! | ' 
iailey, I!. K., traveling salesman, bds 103ij 
i w 6t i ave. ' , ! 

Baile}, Emma Mrs^jr 911 w 7th. 

Baile), Fannie Miss; asst teacher kindei 
j gart ?u Oaklandj school, r lipl9 w Ttl 

Bailey, Fred D., fireman C. R. I.. &' P. I, 
Rl, tl422 w Walnut. 

Bailey, John, contractor and builder, 

1400 e Walnut. ! j - 

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Bailey, «! oseph W., clk-J[. L. Dorr & Soi| 
r 71 L w | Walnut 

Bailey, Mary Miss, tailoress C. G. Buft 

kerc it, r 1062 w Center. 
Bailey, Ollijj Miss, r 1^44 e Des Moines, 

Bailey, Silas, agt Iowa State Insurance 
| Co., r|li31 w25th. \ | 

Baily, Finnie Miss, school teaches, r 18lj) 

» w 7th. " " i ' I 
Baily, ' H. 'c. Mrs., ir I8l9 w 8th. 



Bail^S C.,rl819 

BailV, 'W. H., atty 

I solicitor roome 



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law and asst city 
31 arid 33 Clapp Block, 
r .1810 w 6th aire. ! ; 

Bain, Arthur G., student Drake Univei- 
sity bds 1214 W 28^dl * 

I^ain, H jlen M. Jiliss, student Drake Unr 
ven ity, bds Students Home. | i 

Bain, 1 Jimes^ (^., motorneer Desf Moinep 
Street R. R., r HOOl^e Buchanan. ( 

Bain, Peter, carpenter, bds 1166 w 24th. 

Bain^V William, student Highland Par 
| Normal, College, rejoins College Hal 

Baior, Annie Miss, elk I. W. £raiik, 
i 711 e Lyon. | \ ' 

Baior, lizzie Miss, elk fLing pros., Ir 711 
Lycn. 



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Mrs., flli _<j Lyon. 
brieU j mason, r iiear 
M<)iiies b|rick >vorks| 8 Greenwood 
Pjirk 

[Dj, brkkemata C. St. P. 



T. Harmon & 



Ej Mtys, r 1Q3 w 13th. 

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Leecti (loberl J. Baird and 
.eech) grocers jll 24 w Grand 



vies llurlbut, Ward & Co., 

rnpwStlL - ;' r 

er> A!brah|ir L., dk Goldstone «& Red- 
stone, r b is Hotol Gplpstone. |. 

iaker^Adani (3ake:-&- Wood), r W e, 

<Grandave. j' ij ■■': • ..] ' I • 
Jaker* A. J. I lawye- roojEis 46, 47 and 48 
joftieeBld^rlO!^ w:^h. 

pa'kcjifc JAlbe'rf;,, canity ilkr Fidlpr <& 
GWld, rotais 514 T|r 7tta|. , i\ , j 

Siker^ex, jyka Fifliar i Gould, r 514 

( i ' w iStlu. . I" ., . . !•. ' I ':• . ■ 

Jakeri 4mos" C. : , solicitor Singer Mfg Co., 
31 e Des Moines. I 

iJakeri B., ji^ltor WasMngtbn School 1 
Bjdg. v Hartford nr Indianola 
Des Moines' ' J j ' 

tofcerL Bertha, J student 1 highland 
Normal College. 

'. 5aike^ > Biocl£, e 3tn s e jedr Locust, 
:iakefi Oliaries :5., genkgt Birrett 
JC|'., r 1-llJ) w 9thj F J . J 

! lake|, ' pharlek' H.I, aeby'aiid mgr 
Fjdk>ws\ Annuity Ass aciation, rooms 
411 afid 412|lowaLaih & Tihtst Bldg, 
bds 622 w 6th ave. ]} • » 

3aker. Charlejs W. (WilUa|m ' B^er 
bps Kirkwdo^ Hbusk 

^ke| (Jlaren'ce, traVeli^ a^t King 



ave s 
Park 

Mnfg 

Odd 
ooms 
Mdg f : 

Co.), 

,,, -jayeliitg arit King Iron 

fl/idge andtManttfactiiribgtCo., :r 1022 
H^th. \ ■ I . ' ! 

iakeif Qlaudi ill., studentl'dwa Bujinesf; 
Bakor, Clayton % tjpt : CraJzer Cafr 



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laker, Cin -ad, miiig bed springs, bds 51: 

m. ■' ' i '.P: 

nngr retail dept Rejd- 
jatihrop & Cp., r 511 

i' . 

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^Bakbr, .D 
ead 
14th. 

Bakfcr,E 



ai iel L., ! 
Norton, 



Bakar, E, 



\ Baker, E 



Kirk'Ydod Hoise. 






rWeMphlCo;, 

Bak3rl Edwin.H., 

v\ fe 13th. ■■ rr 

^akeil Eli, 
'•' ^4th. 
BakeriFrec 



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j.Bakiir, Eltrard, niieat market, r 606 e! 
'Wn. 



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elk American Distrip 
bcs413w5th. 

8cLool teacher, r 131 1( 



Hohberger, r 519 c 



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Co.,rl328e9^h. 
Bake|r ? CJ. C, horthju 
j nr W ci ty limits. 

Bakfer, George H. J student Iowa Buaiuesi 
j. ^ollegc,rl320e:.3th. 

Bak'^r, Geo-ge M.J wks Vaughn &/Busseyl 
JJ bd8 21^w8d.! i ' j 

^aker, ^h.lW. { trejas Iowa lioan and' Savr 
ihgs Xs sociation and se(|yTibbles Man- 
ufactuting Co), r .354 e Peuusylvaqia 
ave. .« ." ; ., .! j , 

^aker ? Har iet Mrs., r 618 JVlonr^e, a Des 

Moines; I | .' - : ". .!!■ I 

Baker^ Hin , in,, retired 'r 1320 el -13th. 

Baker, S. M., studejit Iowa business CqL 
lege, r L320el3th. 1 






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Baker, Job a, package elk H. C. Harris & 
Cp.,jrl35()w , 18tli f ■ ! • . 

Baker, Joseph W r \ elk ries Moines Union 
R. 1^ i 788 W 19th. r " 

aker, J] ^ r ., student Calpital Oijby Coia 
niercial Opllbge, r 733 |w 19th 

ake^ Lerora Miss, principal Swedish 
Ltitner in Church School, r 620 I e 

,' !Maple. '| 

leaker, Maggie Mrs-, cook [ Schiller C. 
Eurt^. r 913 w Cherry. | 

leaker, .Mark M., traveling agt Gijant 
Breese & CoJ, Milwaukee, Wis., bds 
lilDej Walnut. j| I , 

! leakier, Mark M. Mrs., clff Ipwa State Ag 
Irifcultil -al Society, bjls 119 e .Walnut 

laker, W| H., coal dealer e 5th, r 135(^c 
Grand ave. 



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Baker, Ma/fy Mrs, dress making, r. fl7 e. 
• market. ' ! | 

Bakerj Mj*N M (Iowa Fruit ami Produce 
Co.), is 2703 University ave. ■ 

Baker[ Wfjson A., physieiajn, r 308 'e 17th 
Baker, K <l Mrs., r 712^ | Maple. 

Bake*. Sa&iuelW., city auditor,' r 132<J 
e.Jth.jil . ! ! 

Bakery' Whiter J., store keeper Des Moinei 
E.'iscM| Light Co., r 1174 w 7th. 

Baker 'Wpjrd, carrier Plain Talk, r 1354 
P v -im^'vlvaiiia ave. 

Baker, Vfi II., examiner farm policies 
State! insurance Co., r 733 w 19tli. | 

Baker \tfilliam Go., (Charles W. aind E. 
B..Bfl|ker), drugs and medicines 222 
w Cdtalrt ave. ' |j 

Baker &[ Wood, (Adam Baker and 
ijpeq'ij.er H. Wood) restaurant aiid 
bakely 514' e Locust. I 

Balch,, Xe 1 well, delivery elk Hartungl& 
Andrews, r 717 e Lyon. 

Balcom, ill A., wks Capitol City planing 
MillfCo. .1 ! !| 



Baldridge* Fred, engineer D. M. & K.J 0. 
R. R,jbds22w9th. j ( ■ , ■ j 

Baldjwin, C. M.J (Susong & Baldwin), 

lOlOjeOth, j 

Baldwin; Elias, retired, rll03 e Center. 
Baldwin/ G, W.,' retired, r 1222 wj Grand 

: aV€ V ( ' ■ j 

Baldwin 1 , i ILiroId, stiulqnt Drake t T uivor- 
sit)' 1 , bds 1213 23d. i : i ! 

Baldwin, II. S., student Iowa Business! 

College, bds 1103 w ; 6th ave. ; I 
Baldwin,,.!. A. Mrs., r 1222 w Grand jive 
Baldwin J. P.ireal estate, r 723 w 18th. 
Baldwin,; I. EL, fine stock, r 904 w 9th, 

Baldwin, 1 Mabel Miss, student Drake Uni- 
versity, bds 1214 w 2*1. j 

Baldwin, Margaret Miss, student Callanan 
Coinage, r 723 w 18th. |; 



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Baldwin,; M. II., printer, r, 1515 wX'en 

Bald wiri,[ Sarah Mrs., r $03 w 4th. I 

Bale, Marquis- A., night 'check clkiC. Rj. I* 
& ft R.R.,r 1612 ej Brooks. : ! 

Bales, Jessie Miss, wks J«, R. Cohen, r 

1118 w 2d. ! 
Bales, .Jcfhn, plasterer, r 1118 w 2d. 

Bales, falter S„ braketoan C. R, I. & P. 
! R. fc, r 1 e Park Alley, Ball Church, 
' lab' it 1631 e Maple 



i\r itbr<sti 

EstatJl&had 1871. 



Ball, Churc 
Ball, C. W., 



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±, lab 1 , r 1 1631 e Maple. 

conductor Des Moines Street 
R. R. Co., r 1541 e Ded Moines* ' ,' 

Balli Emma Miss, "'wks : B|. P. HerrickL r 
520 e Glfli. '..-.■ I f 

Ball, Philir, night foreman Des Mdines 
| ! Malt II 3iise, r 7.21 e s isth. 

Ball, "Yjf Jlliam, teamster ,Dietz & Dietz. 

Ballanger, Eva Mrs., housekeeper 1630 w 
7th; 

Ballantynk John C, grocer cor w 9th 
I and North, r.1015 w 1,0th. 

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Ballard^ — 1- plumber, bds 906 w Walmit 

Ballard, Charles, driver White Line 
Transfer Co., r 107 e 1st. I 

Ballard, Fnnk, printer, r 914 w 18th. 
Ballard, J. U, upholsterer, r 914 w 13th. 
Ballard, J. Wells, opIeraW Western Union 
j Telegraph Co., bds Fanning House. 

Ballard, M. F. [Mrs., r 91j4 w 13th. 

Ballard, Wuytynd C, c|k State Insurance 
Co., an(l Sec'y Polk bounty Loan am 
Building Association! r 933 w 16th. 

Ballard, William E., box! elk Post Office 
r Peltdn ave Greenwood Park. < 

Ballard, Wflsp.n, telegraph operator, bd 
Fanning House. j I 

Balliet, Janes M., carpenter, r 718 tsj 3Iul 

berry. ' » { i 

Balliet, Kiitie Miss, studejnt Capital Cit]' 
i Gommercial Ooljege, r 718,1 w 3Iul 
i 1 berry, •*'•{ ■ ; T 

Balliett, Stephen r„J Judge District 
j Court, rooms 27 and 29 Good Blk, r 
j 1823 w Center. 

iBallinger, Lewis, teamster Capital Ciw 
1 ' Gas Light Co., r 7l2jes'9tfy 

Ballinger, Warren G„ wks Capital City 
, Gas L: ght Co., r 71&; e's 9thL 

Ballman, C. F., pastry cook Aborn House. 



Bailon, ]\ 
i City 
Bajllon, W 
,&Q. 

Baltimore 
Moinc 



aude : iVIiss, [student Capital 
Jommercjial College. 
llliam P., car accountant C...B. 
^. R.,: room 1^ Oriel Blk. 

Street, Twelfth north of Dps ; 

lale, 



s riyer from j Oth ave to 
Xortlimprclland. j , 

Balzer, AJ M., (Balzer 4 Ryan,) r over 420 

e s 7th. 
Balzer, FJJ., wks Proiity & Pratt Co.,r 
! .806 e I Shaw. 



Balze'r, F|orian, (Balzer 
-s 7th, ' j 




& 'Soiis;) r 41 



W. A> STEELE, 

Telephone 394. I 
209 West SoUth 3d St. 



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Balzer, (Frederick, (Balzer &. Son.s,) r A'fl 

ds hh. ' '■.'-. ■■ ■ )v ' ]■'._ 

IJnlizer, William, (Balzer \& I Sons,} r ''417 e 
' ' s7tli.. ! .!.. '■ V ." ( I ■/ :. 

3alzor & Ryan, (A. M. Balzer and D. 
Ryj ,n,) grocars^O e 8 'JJth." "| \ 

3alzor *fc Sons, (FJorhm, William, 1 and 
Frocleric^i Balzer,) groceries, feed, 
hoots and shoes,| etc.y je s 7th, cor 

Scott. . ■ .£■; ' i r v 

liuieroit Avenue, from * Clifton ave , to 
Oli itlaiid 'jBoule'varil, Clifton Heights. 

3aii(lcr, I Fred, conductor Des Noines 
,:«i Street II. [R. Co. j 

m\p, .Mary ^liss,. wks , 206 w ( 8th. j , ; 

Janlill,! Mayi Mrs., milliner- Lederer & 
.1. Striuiss, i}l822 wPar|(. ' ' ; ? . 

iahgliartt Barnabas, wks H* Qutman & 
: Co.; H842 e Walnut. 

linghartj Gdorge, fireman ', power house 
Des jMpipe$ Electric Street! Ry,, r 
1824 e Granjl ave. _ J 

Jankers Life Association, Edward A, 

j Temple, jpres; ,A. C. ^tilson, sec'y; 
! Haniia arid Wilson, state, agts; 50l w 
' Locrtst. ' | . ' • :■ 'II • ' ■:., 



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laiiks, Edward [T.,- porter Savory Hotel, r 
005 w 8th; • ;| :..•■ 



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ankSjjDyaMiss, wks Merritt & Bush, r 
1 UH^eOthj. , • ' . 

lanks,! Jennie Miss, saleswoman east side 
store j C;. E. TCisser & Bra, r 1531 e 

w^ft. r .'. , • i r .■ j_ . 

sinks, Walter, student; Iowa Business 
•College, l , . | ! . 

'. Janner House, J. .JC. iftuttenlochitf, toop, 
21^ Walnut.,- j",; 1 { ,;] ' ■ 
annistc fc| Mary S. . Mrs., ij 905 e ilvon. , 
jmnoii, Maria Mrs., r 110(5 wj ^3d.[ . 

iinsHeld, Alice Miss,clk ThejHoriiesiead, 

rl200w*jth. . }' I] j 

in.stield, Alice Miss, Mk^The Honlesteadi 

' .r 200 w Btjli. _ ' j' : J .]. ' f 

«\ thomas, Baylor 25 e Des„\Ioihe8. 
iirljoi- Laura iMrs., student Calianaft Col- 

.!<'!?« r 822 w 16th.; ' ' 

arbor N 



E., supt dormitories Highland 

1 ark formal* College, r ] Euclid ave 

nHthj ; | \ ;j| . - r ."■' . '.. ' 

iter Utissell K.,'stu'dent Catrital City 

Cojnmercial College, tcfom 230 w 

#H ^usan M. Mrs., r (1031 w 6th ave. 

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! Barclay, W. W M atty, |r 845 w 9th, . 

Barcrbft, John R., Jltty rooms|407 Ic 

Loan and Trust 'feldg, r 1200 w W^> 

land uve. ' I ''■ I ■ " 

Barcroft, Joseph K., traveling ui^t! (Secirce 

•, E. Kyg, IJridkc'^. - •'' *■ 

Barcusl J{ cob H., contractor and builler, 
; riUi w3rd. }\ , ' 

BaJ-cus, William^ tjamster Perkins 
■ PerkirfB, r!l425 o ties MoineB. 

Bard, Jj. "Vj., buttet, etgs and poultry 
' w 9th. r 1510 iv Woodland ave. 

Bardhel, leinhart, spinner Capital C 
;j i Wool( n Mill, t riuir 512 e's 5tlJ. fa |. 

faa%, Celij, M; MrL r 110 <8th. 

Bare, Ellaj V. MissL a^st teacher tCinoJf] 
j ,garteii Franklin School, r 110 w 8 

Bare; Salmiel S., bkpr W. M. Verhey 
i Co.; r| P6w 8t| 

Barfoot, A. W., driver Ijr. S, Express'^., 
j bds pes Moines Ilotise. " ; 

Barge, L.]i.,eleptr3cian, r ,1520 <» Gnnd 

■_|Ave. | • ', ;i . ■;,■ ! 

]3arger, Jacob, teamster ,Ch as. Grefe, 
11603 w Grand 4ve. I , ' 

Barker, J. >'.}., wks John Garver, w Grej^n- 
fwood I ark 



larger,, Jphn,' lab, ri 1^03 w Grand ave. 
larger, John H., mplder Iowa Carbona 



Stone| Vpe Woj-ks, r 1416 w Wain uti ' = , 

Barger, Mi ry Miss, elk I^ang Bros. 2F ^ 

£r, Mary Miss,) seamstress, r IGO'i yv ? C 

irand. ive. ' i | «=> Ird 

arger, Martha, Miss, weaver Capital City 12 tTl 

Wooleri Mills, }\U1Q w Walnut. j£ ' ~ K 

miner, r Greenwqoti 



iarger, Ft ter, qoal 
Park. 



miner, r Gre<»n- 



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Dealers |n 

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Electrical Material iSUj 

WkuW* ST. THOld 490, 



ar^er Peter, ^r,, doal 
{wood I'ark. " I 

larger,, Rk hard W., Ltty, r 837 w 5th 

Barhite,Si 1?., hardware 1150*> 24tl 
1405 w 26th. .'!, V 

Bark, Fred, miner;Blbomfield Coal Co. 

Eiarl;, John, miner Bloomfield Coal Co. 

qarl;,.Otto, mjner Bloomfield Coal, Co 

508 e s 1th. 

arlfalow, Georgo D r , real^estate, r 671 w 

2l8t. , | : \ | 

arker, George Vf. u carpenter,. r 11105 
'Washington, l J i , 

yarkeh Giiy, student Des Moines ColleW S fe 
H bc[8'17it)?wl0th. I ' ' L S* CD 



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J. L MASON .WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FINE MILLINER f, 

706 ano 707 WALNUT ST. i Ladles' Furnishing and Fancy Goods. ! 



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Barker, H. S., cigarraaker Gabrio & Spitz, 
r w Ridge bet 1st and 2d. ' . 

'Barker, J-ulia Mrs., laundress, r 708 w 
Elm. ! ,' 

Backer, TSheo. A., city pass and freight 
agt Oil B. & Q. RJ.R., r! 232 w 6th. 

Barkhehrijer, Joseph, agt Lake Side Music 
Co. Chicago, r 1636 e LMs Moines. 

Barkley, jElme.r L., student Caljanan Col- 
lege,:* 842 w 12th. 

Barksdale, Marshall, waiter Savery Housej 

Barlow, fj — Mrs., weaver Des Moines 
Cottqn Mills, r Grant [Park. , j 

Barlow, ijve, from C. H. jl. & P. R, R. to 
Deani ave, Cunningham's Addition. I 

Barlow, iBell Mass, r 8l8 e 

BaYlow, IGeorgia A., Grant 

(Barlow, Henry, photograr 
r 1614 e Capitol ave. 

Barlow,' 'Jennie Miss, student Capital 

Cit# Commercial College, r 2313 w 
Atkms. 

Barlow, Jesse, brick mason, r 2313 w 
Atkins. 

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6th. 

6 e Des MjOin6ej. 

her 416 e im, 



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supply 



teacher 



Barlowt J. K.. clothing 
goods 516 e Locust 

avejl * 

BarlcfwJ Nellie Miss, 

Bryant School, r 1300 e Cipitol ave. 

Barlow., Ora Miss, teacher capital Park 

Scffool, r 1300 e Capitol ave. ' I 

Barlowj Thomas W., elk 
1140 w 24th. 



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BarlowJ William, real estate 806 w 4^h, r 
114D w 24th. 

Barmore, Virginia A. Miss, student High- 
land Park Normal College,! rooms 
College Hall. 

Barnard, Belle K. Miss, teacher Kinder- 
garten Franklin School, r 1421 1 w 
Center. ( j . L 

Barnard, C. G.. drugs and medicines 
1901 Crocker, r 1421 w Center. ! 

Barnard, D., r Greenwood Park. 

Barnard, J. E. Mrs., r 1421 w Center. 

Barnard. K. B. Miss, volunteer! teacher 

Kindergarten Franklin School, r 1421 

w Center. i 

Barnard, Will, waiter Slavery Hotel, r 1110 
w Center. J 

Barnard, William H,, (McNamara & l^arf 
nard(, r 1421 w Center. » ■' . 



Barnes, Addle ; N. Miss, 
I Moines College, bds 14 1 
I ton. ••■ ' 

Barnes, Andrew, miner, r] 
i ave, 

Barnes, Benjamin, contractor 
I r925wlith. 



student Des 
9,W Washing- 



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3&2 w Pelton 
and builder, 

Barnes, Berth|a H. Miss, wks 1057 W 9th 

Baraes,B. H.. agt Iowa Deposit and Loan 
; Co., r w 30th cor, Clark. 

Barnes, Carrie Miss, jWks 4J21 w Center. 

Barnes, David B., (irugsjand medicines,- 
j 606 e Grand ave^ hds 615 e Locust. ' 

IJarries, Enos.i cashier "founker Brop., r 608 

j w Chestnut. [I ,' j } j ■ 

5arnes, George Wi chief elk [supi C, St- 
P. & K. C. R. R., ij w School a w cor 
14th. jj. - ' \ :, I 

arnes, Leondias S., lab Chicago Lumber 
Co., r82£e s 9th; ;' j . i I 

parties, M. il[..,;Mr8., ( r 608 w (phestnut. 

i I. Misei, compositor Watters- 
Pointing; Co,, r 921 w 11th. j 

Barnes, M. jBJ., stujdent Highjand Park 
(.Normal j College, roo ns pollege Hall 
Barnes, Walter, cllf L. pepanier, r 608 
; ; w Chestnut. J ■ 1 | 

Barnes, William, 1 (Gates & Barnes), r 1382 
■■ he 12th, Capital Park. 

JBarnes, William A., packer Perkins & 
j j Brinsmaid, r 1423 w 8th[ 

1 Barhett, 1 | j wks WattJrs-fTalbott Print- 

1 i incr Co.. rooms over 817 w Locust. 
1 ° 1 t 11 ' 1 • 

Barnett, Alice Mrs., laundress, r 1342 e 

; Lyon, I; : I j ... 

arnett, Edward, r 1027 \w Hi^hJ 

arnett, Ella Miss, elk t.S! ^ J? 
rice, r i0^7 w High, j 

Barnett, Evan E., livery 1 arid 
I ; 625 e 6th, r 1221 e WalWtj 
Barnett, Folie Miss, teacM Fbr^st Home 
T i School, r 1U84 w Nrirthl 



Barries, M. 

I iTalbott 



ension Of- 
fekd stable 



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Barnett, Fred,, locomotive firejman, r 1027 
[ : w High'. ■' ' ' j ;! 

Barnett, S. E., agt H. E, 
I Liberty,^ la., r 409 e 



McCrillum; West 



Eatabtisbaii is?!. ) m M URAL |STQNE Home 6 Foreign 

TtltptODft 394; ) W| A. STEELE.! Quarritt In Marlon Oounty. 



,r 1816 



Barnett, Jl M..| stationary ^ agineer, 

1-1 wHigh. : ; -I i • , ■■ !• 

Barnett^ John M., eleva,tor it ;etldant Gov 
enment bldg, r jL816. | 

Barnett, Lewis 'j.j (S.lE Barlneit^ Co.) 
1027wHign. | l( ' ' 



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west soutl 3d St 




Ilarn6tj)!l.i J.' & Co.,' (Lewis J. Barnett,& 
" M ) wholesale; fruits. and commis- 



OTIE 60S ^i 105 WALNUT SI 

THE LEADING 



DES MOINES DIQiECl OKY 




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2 Q6 w Court ave. 

L.jMa G., commission merchant, 



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Co., 

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roe, 
110: 



sicja 

ilarnett, u.uuv i*., coiju 
.lhbi ^v High. ! j 

barney, |J, :C., (J, C| Barney &Cp.), r 1717 w 

, lOthf ;> K !'V ■" I. ■ J- ■'■ 

Barneyl J. 0. & Co., (J. C. Barney and 
Geoi'gc E. Griffith) wholesale^ buggies, 
wag 3i in an;! harness, 416 and; 418 w 
Cou;rflf!ive., '].]'■'-.' , r • ; | 

Btirnicle Mary El Miss, wks 1418 4 

Loctst.' ' : " ,!"■ ! '. ''. -,- ;.j • V; • 

BirnicleL Patrick, 1 ! brick mason p. D. 
JanJB,.p|15^1.w Walnut, 

B irnitz,!I . B. Rev^, secy Western Board 

Home 1 Missions, 1 r 722 wi!t8th. 

3; rus, , Ain Irew, miner Coon y alley Coa 
r w l s Peltonave. 

krge. W., milling and flour, 

,w7th. ij''J I . ': . 

ancy A. jMrs.,; r 834 w 10th. 

jSijrnuri!] EdwmuA., student Drake Unij 
•verity, bds ^309, North. < 

BarnuniJ E. B,, cltiewis Investment Co. 
bds 65| f. I4tt. : ' .; / 

3a "num j H eywooa, 1 ab, r 512 w Market,' 
ijarniujj Mary E.Mrs., r 1213 ! w' lOtk • 

Ja qui^t (George L.L cornice mkr L. G. 
( ' Com^ret, r 1217, W High. ! j 

' i BaiquistL Eeter W.; tinner L. G* Comparer, 

. > r6j)iW2d. ( .| , .;" : i { 

3ai r, Alitba |Miss, tocher Capital 'Park 
Scliopli rooms 1222 e 9thi ' i 

3ar :, B.M, gen'l agt iEdiBom Supply db„ 
bds Bif kwood House. ; ' . ; ' 

3ar •, tfraji s,| hostler Li J. Wells) b4s 717 
tjv t Mulberry. 

3ar , («?pn;ie Miss, teacher 

• ; rlf»5l>12th. ,\\ ""I ': 



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Barr ickiian, 



3anL Iibtti^ |MisV student Drake! Univer- 
I iit|,!bd 8 ;2603 Un verity ave. : v 
3an klamuerite kira., tweaver! Capital 
h ity Wlo'plen.Mills, r'Mw 6th ave. 



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Barngepilery, stddent Capital! City 

(tonimeicial College, r 1037 wj Enos 

aveTTJ) ; i .■ < ■ |1 - 

Barrett, |>IaHr ;MisL< ressmriker. r ^04 w 

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Mi 3., student Highland Hark 
Norn al College, r)omb College EtalL 

pajirett, Y illiam E., teller Valley National 
Bank) r 912 w 16th, / ; i 

8^j|rfoot,. Andrew, ^riyer U. S. Express 
Co., I ds Des Moines Hdusc 

^Bajrrick, J oseph, gravel roofing, r I02i8? e 

". i.Cerittr.; '" , . 

BarriGk, , )scar, gravel roofer, r 10(2 
l-CentdrJ. I 

Baljrie, G aples^ M., student Peoples' 0om- 
| mere aj College, bds Gbldstone Hotel. 

Barrow, '.).\ bkpr Lewis Investment' Co., 

, ; r656 wfieth.' t , • S-. 

Barrow, "harlesJ wks Peterson Pros;, r 
|1034 t Woodland ave. 

Be rrpw, \ ester A .' Mrs., r 113 w 10th. 

Bsfrbw, J ime8 I ., dxpressman, r lYc w 

lothJ n ' :• 

Bs|rrow« '« ohn Wl, expressman, r 103^ : w 
i^rVlope h.nd ave. , 

Barrowmj b, Jennie Mjiss, slaleswoman C.l 

E. Ri pfer'&; Bro ; rj 822 w pth ave. i 

Balrrowmi u, Robert A., elk' Elmer EJ 
Coil 822 w 6th ave. • * 

Bajrfowrm ji, William, grtocer 553 w (5th ave^ 
r822 V: 6th ave: I , 



Bsrtholon 



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8 Mioinesi Electric 
20 M 12th. 

1720 



rry, Dalvid, wks Dei 
treel Railway, r 7 

$a|rry, J., cvks Chamborlaib & Co., r 

w i2t i. !'...- ; , 

Ba|rry, Join^brakemaif C. R. I. & P. R| R., 

r 412 v a 6th. ave 

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Bajrt, Free , miner Blopmfield Coali Cp., r 
' '524eh;Bd. f ' | ' 

Bartch, Miry Miss, wks 611. w Grand ave. 

Ba|rrowsJ:3. G., (Pilkington & Barrows), 
b<jl8 6t 6 e Grand are. 



Ba|rtholdn ew, Cora Mi^s, r room 
5th cc r Locust. 



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CbalC6.,r714 Jjlonrpe, 

rtnolo: new, John Bi, 
Plant< t 0o. and mm r 
r 1502 w 11th. 



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8 Des Moines. 

en agt JAvery 

eanut roaster, %*?&* 



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B^rthblonjew, N.J rejal estate 306 w 1 5th, r 
752 w Oak. : '. > I | 

rtholon ew, Orie- pf., bkpr Avery Plam- 
|terCc, r'lSO^ll'th. ; ■' • y : 

rtholonew, Thbmaij, wks Western 
White Bronze Co , jbds 1316 4th, 8 pes 
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DES MOINES 



"OW 100 

•§,2 Bartholomew, William, telimstejr Union I 
J** 5; . Cea^Co., r 014 Monroe s Defe Moines. 

Bartholomew, William m. Renr., pastor 
+Z *j Easfc Side Presbyterian Church, r 315 ' 

^5;Co e U.h. * J 

>g'-g Bartle, '£. R, elk Lang Bros., r 1207 w 
,e ^ Grand ave. I 

JJ Jj Bartie, L., r 1207 w Grand Jive. 
^,V Bartfe, P. P., attv 203 \v;'f>th, r 1207 wj 
' oS'l «o Grand ave. j 

;j2 £ Bartle, 'kalph, cR G. E. Converse, rj 1207 
* i w Grand ave. ; ; ' ■ 

J§ 52 Bartles; Alta Miss, wks Des Moinetf Shoe 
^f cvj Manufacturing Co., rfil'U e Locust. • 

JBartles, Carrie Miss, wks Des Moines 
Slifte Manufacturing Co., r 111 (J e 
Locust, i 

BartlesJ, Ida Mrss, wks I)es Moines,' Shoe 
Manufacturing Co., r 416 e Locust:, i 

Bartle^, Frederick, wks Elixir Sanitarium, 
r cjver 410 e Locust. ■ • ■ : 

Bartlett, B. F., fireman Des Moines Street 

Hi IL, r e 9th s w cor Maury. ' 

Bartlett, Charles E., student Des Moines 
College, rooms 1002 ,W 8th. , ; * 

Bartlett, Edward, fireman city tire dept., 
r 1215 e Lyon. ' i . ; 

. Bartlqtt, E. P. lie v., paster eas sid^ Bapt- 
^:." ist church, r 904 e Grand ave. , 

^^J Bartlett, Jennie Mrs., matron tlie Des 
^"™5 Moines Institute of Homoeopathy, r 

|hmI BagtllPtt, Laura Miss, student Des 'Moines 
I^^J £ (jfollege, bds w r 9th (for College ave. 

f _ | Bantlkt, Loren I)., real) estate, r !l420 w 

JJU Sftth. ! 

' Btk&ldtt, M. L., director (musical dept 
* I Ciillanan College, rj853 w 10th. t 

Btirtjett, M. L. Mrs., teacher piano and 
k vocal culture Callanan College, r $53 

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Barton j II], wks Des Moines Soap Works, 
r Monroe is Des Moines 

; i r ' ' , n 

Barton, Hardy H., trav ,'agt Hat<jh (Hotel 
1 Register Co., r 512 tofSj. 

Barton, Harry, -engine' i wiper C[ S^ P. «fc| 
K. C. R. R, bds 108 w Is 7th. 

Batton, J. G.,' retired 1 , r'82llw 12 

Bakon, John II!, dyer Cariital CitylWool 
j en Mills, r 821 w 12th 

tyirton, J. S. (Patterson, Vlance 
Indianola, la. !j 

Barton, Sadie Miss, wks di)b ( w 9th. 

Barton* William C, painter, r 612 

Barton, William L., carpenter! r 
8th. . [ 



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-v8th. j 
512 w A 



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Jartrand, Henry, wks Scoville Plumbing 

Co. r, 323 w s 6th avej. • | 

^irtruff, Charles JC, painter Des jMoines 
Street It. R. Co., r 1M2 e Des 

artz, LeAV is, cash-boy Younk?r 
I 1519 w Mulberry. | 

Bartz, Mary A. Miss, dressmkr yoimker 
j Bros., r 1519 w Mulberry. 

Bartz, Peter, wks J; S.J Polk 
I Mulberry. - 





uapit 
College,! r 833 w 




03 



* tt 10th - I 1 . 

Bnjrtlett, Matilda Mrs.) studerjt ,'Capital 
: Cfity Commercial 

{■ pth ave. 

B^rilett. -W. 'F., secjy and treas New 
•' England Loan & (Trust Co., t New 
^ Vfovk City. . | ' ■ \ 

Butyin, David, undertaker Shanli Bros., r 
I ;()07 w Mulberry. 

BarJ^n, Emma >Irs., wks 010 w 3rd. 

I5nrt6n, Frank E., carii r 512 w 8th. 

if. ♦ ' ' 

Barton, George C, teamster E.iD. Janes 
) j ^ Co., 821 w 12th 



Moines. 
Bros., r 



1511) w 



Badfield, David, barber Johnf IReeler, 
; li)18 w,4th. j 

Basham, Lester W^clk Capital, City Gas 
Liglijt Co., room |LG04 w Lindeii. 1 

Basket, llomer, r 1204 wJ 22d. J , j 

Basler, Cyrus, teamsier, r 1368 w 26th. 

Basquin, D. L., conductor C. I|t.:Ij. & P. R. 
R., r 823' w 4th. , 

Bass, Irene Jsiiss, Charwoman, r 403 w 
School. | ! r 

Bass, Martha (M. Mrs., cljiarlsvo^nap, r408w 
School. i 

Bass, Pauline Miss, chajrwom{an,lr -403, w 
School. 

Basaett, B., barber W. T 
w 9th. ! ' ! 



. 'Scotrt, rooms 




Bassett, Clarinda Mrs., 



909 



Walnut. 



stude at [Highland 



Bassett, Junietta MIss^ 

Park College, rop^ns 3rd or Euclid 
i ave, Highland Park, I , ' 

Bassett, Peter, teamst!er, bd8j623 w 2<1- 
Bastiano, Jules, wks Savery JHo^ise. 
Bastrom, Mary ISIiss, wks, CJB. .'Parks, 820,'' 
w'18th. • ! ' ,' , * 

Batchelder, Alzina Mrl,r 925 e Walker. 
Batchelor, -George H., traVeHng salesman,* 
r il7 e 12th. 1 ' '°' 



pFflrlanrt flea! Estate & Exchange Brokers 

Ul Ul lUllU 220 WEST 9th ST. CLAPP BLOCK, 

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Batchelor. 



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Walte^ G., 

H2ti; ' " 



117 e u.«ip. .1-.^ 
Batdorf, I Imlna Mrs., 



Bately, Je isk Mifis,j milliner J.;L. I^asjori, , 
r*717<\r Muliefry.j 

Bateman,!^eorgi-W.|;paintdr, r 1 



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Bates,' L;ujri Mrs., 

Bates, Saral|'|Mrs;, 



Bates,' Willi t 



T., fcupt registry 
r 1312 w 6th ave, 



Gth av 
&itemaii : , " Yilliarii 

J ion port office, * *«*~ , , 

Bates Acldl fie n > from ! forest ave to Siajte, 
T bet Bluff and 5th, . ' 

| Biltds," Eugene A.J| nial estate and | loan 
agt room il dmce bld^, r 1000 W; 10th. 

p foitos, George, njiper Coon /Vallje^ Coal 
#■■ Co., r Main, Srava'suojpol. . ;. j 1 

^ 4ites„ Hany E., t$ket igt C. & l N.^V. 
•i}- Ki, robinu over 52;) e Gth. 

'% liatc*s,, Join, wki? P< 



Works, res 10th' )et Sqo-tt and Shanr 1 .' 

ates, John G., atty rcom 10 Office bidg, r 
1227 w l^th. m 

r 1512 w Woodland ale. 
r 1 jVh in, Sevastopol 

Bates, Soph d E. M^s., .:: 823 V Mjulberrir. •' 

Bates, Suli-1) vision 1 , fn in Park to Gclnti/r, 1 
bet lltli mid l3tll. 

1 Bates, Th(|nr.s, nune. overseer Cooci Val 
I i ley Coal Co., Ofairi, Sevastopol'. 



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V BateK, Z. T., 
College, 
Park. 



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Oor, W fth&id'ZiQttut. 



PES MQ^ES 

fckpr D&ily>New[s, 



r 720 e 5th. 



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Baugh, r W 



onty (Bowler;. 



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in! \E., d slivery, elk United 
press Cq Jr 655 e ,1st. 

nipt jHigh|l4i}d Park Nprnial 
r 4th 



nr Euclid ave HighfaioV 



r 410 w dth, ! : ft 



IJathriek, G wrge, traveling salesmjin, 
rooms 7 lfi W 4th )' 



Hy f bds llJll |e Ded 



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Commerc 



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»Bate>(jn, P. ■) t., studenl Des Moinefc 
j lege^ bds 1710 w^Yashirigton. 

j Bating Kora Mi^s, a st DljpiK Yjojunlier 1 

■Bros.,jbdk 910| w Wth. 
j Bathers, Kutl[ Mifobkpr Chfevalier & Co. 



[jBauder, Cha esjflbooji-bincier (Career 
I Hussey, : 1211 e lies Mclines.' 
Bander, Frec^ cond.udtor E 



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|Bauder,^^eniijieei 
esjMoimjs. 

|Bauer, GVjAi i dlk Os par liinn, rodm 

over SMiWjWalnn 
pa'uer, Julius, elk W^bb Souers, 

•') 14 w| Wjil nut. 



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Moinles. ' 

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al Coll fee. i 



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bds Clifton ave.! 



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101 



illiani, student Capital . Uity 
Comit ercial College, bds 210 w 10^h. 

Baaghman, A. C, student Iowa Business! 
Cpllegi. . .. 

Ba^im, Williapi A., foreman cracker ( fac- 
tory Shaver & I^aws, r, 1014 w 4th. ' 

jBalischer, 1 E. P., carpenter Des Mpines 
J Planih? Mill, r 1001 \vi 13th. j 

Bau8man,!l)ora Miss, r j 1207 w Grand aye 

Bavin,, Wil iam, packer Redhead, Norton, 
Lathrlo ) & Co., r 210 w 8th. r- 



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3a iter, J* 1 1., boot and shoe salesman, "r 
( 834 \y : 5th. 

ia-xter, Janes, bds 505 w Grand ave r 

lajfter, Maj-k, medical student, r 1205 ^ 

|$aj(trom, Ida misb, student Iowa Business 
Collegi. ) \ 

Baiflies, FrahK A, treas Polk County, r 
10th bit Douglas and Seneca aves, 
OakPjrk. . 

^aylies, Nicholas^ retired, r Forest ave cor 
w40fh. i . j '. 

Bailies, R.- N., atty, r 1040 ^.6th ave, 
each, t^te vie Miss, student' Highland- 
Park formal College, rooms Stilson 
il House. | ■ 

peddle, M. yiiss, r 1023 w 21st. 

}e% ler, Johi, hackman 107 w Locust, bds 

[- 3i2w3i. I 

BeaU, Clarri3 Miss, r 401 e s 10th; 

ISeill, ^eo::ge W., newsdealer, 
i tionery &c;, 510 e Locust, r 1334 e 
I Walnut . ., I 

3eall, John W., carpenter, r 1010 w S^ott. 

3eall, Leonird B., teamster, r 401 e s 10th. 

JBea 11, Wilji am, r 1334 e Walnut. 

' ea m, T;hoi nas, ^vks W. St. L. & P. R, R., 
;r 1207 w Cherry; . 

ij3ea|irijinL Emma Mi&s, teacher Par)t ave 
Sphool, r Clifton ave t near d city 
Urnits. ' , ' | v 

. Bea|man| T; A., Mrs., r nr s Clifton city 






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limits. 

3eajman Ml^er, teamster, 
I'" Scott. ' : ;' , „ 

Jeaperj L. O., real e8ta(e under 501 w 
Walnut: 

fieajder, Fru'd, cbntrictor and builder, r. 

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Des Moines, 



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j Locust Street, 



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, Stoves, Ranges, Furnaces, 
APOR 8TOVE8, REFRIGERATORS. 



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Beaner, Fried H., Clk, r7?4ty 12th 
Beaner, Jac6b, carpenter, r t74 wjSthi. 

Beard, Caarles, teamster 
; Transfer Co., r 102 e 1st 

Beard, f— '-» compositor Dqs, Moines 
I er,fbd]s ( 208w9th. 

£* 2^ Beard, F. jM.,*examiner Polk County AJb- 
g £ J strap V Co., r 1204 w Wobdland ave. 

D 2-6 Beard, !Mnk, wks freight house W'St. L. 
tf> ?» J & p &• «•» r 308 w 14 *f r j.i 
•Z ©2 -Beard, JJaines, paper hanger and painter, 



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O^m Beard,} Jokeph II., teamster White Line 
O 5 J'"' I Ttfankfer Co., r 306 e j&h, 

^ears(Jn,k., Grant, 12 Chesterfield, j 

Beatty, jty'rs., wks Sabin I-jtyuse. . f 

$eattv,'L. M., contractor j'and buildei|, r 
! 11701W 13th. ! : ' j 

leattV - , Thomas, section foreman C.Itr I. 
F. Bj. R., bds 206 w l\h. j J 

Jeaty[ Charles, conductor : D. m. & NJ W. 
! J ft?., r 765 w 10th. !j 

Beattjy, David, r 765 w l(jth. 

Beattfj David (Scholey &! Beaty), r 1640 e 
Capitol ave. j ■ [ 

Beaudhamp, Isaac, barber basement 300 w 
Walnut, r 844 w 12th.j | 

Beaver, Thomas C, r 12^ w 12th. ' 

Beboijt, Margaret Mrs., r ! 1302 w 6th ave. 

BecIjtJei, Carl E,, elk Prcjctor. Coal Co., r 
1104 w Locust. ; | [' 

Bechtej, Ernest J., electffcian Des M6ines 
jstaeet Ry., r 1104 w; Locust, j J 

Bec^e}, Philip E., bkptls. A. Robertson, 
1 ' ir.1104 w Locust. j j 

Beck, Carrie Miss, r 1308 w Locust. 

Beck, ponrad, mail agt,jr'8l3 w lOfhi ; 

Beck, Fremont, ' bkpr t'oon Valley Coal 
jCjoj., r ur Sevastopol. j j J 

Beck, 1 ? Jacob G., asst bjepr Coon Valley 
Cdal Co., r 1022 w Cherry. 

Beck j James W,, physician, r 3rd cor Eu- 
v did ave, HighlandjPark. 

Bed|i, jk)hn G., Delawaijoj 33, e Des Moines, 

Becjk,i John Wi, student Iowa ijiisiness 

I c P lle ^ • : i j ! 1 

Beck, | Porter W., \\'ks Blue Line transfer 
j'Co., rll3ws7tih. . ' .. | I 

Beck/Thomas, mngr Coon Valley Coal Co., 
i r 'Hartford ave s Des Moines. | 

Be^kj William' lab, r iyer 624 e lsti 



Ba 
Be 



Be 



' Be^er, Anna Miss, dressmkr Misfe Eight 
r911w/3if(l. 

Bejefker, Augustus C, r nr w 7tli street 
' 'bridge. .j , • I [ 

ker, Jacobina Mrs., r 911 w 3rd. 'i j 

ker, Lillie Miss, f stenographer C. Ej 
I j Risser & Bro., r 011 w 3rd. L j 

Becker, MetaMiss, volunteeir WaBhington 
i Kindergarten, r_. s e!nd w 7th. | 

Beikett, Pe^er, miner Garvjer Coal'jCo.,? 

1352 e Buchanan/ j !, 

jkley, Tnomas W., hostleW W. M. Grefe 

bds 512 w 12th. ■■'•'' f j 

Bejckinaii (Bros. (F. W;, JH. Hi and C. 
Beckman), ;mnfrs pumps, e s 5th cor 

2acco9n. i u i ' • 

aan, Chris;, ^machinist, r 1313 e 
: Lyon. ' I : ;, ' | > • j 

Beckman, Q. (Beckman Bros.),.r 1513 e 
j Lyon. - ! j ' 

Bfeckman, F. W, (Beckmaij Bros.), bds 212 
e Raccoon. t I . 

Beckman, Hannah Miss, wks 1019 e 
Walnut. 

ijeckman, H. H. (Beckriian Bros.), bds 
zl2 e Raccoon, I 

Seckstrom, J6hn, miner Bloomfield Coal 

l c °- ■ ■ r 

Beckwith Ave., twelfth j north of Des 
[} jMoines river, from ^th ave to 8th. 

Beckwith, F., sdbstitute railway postal elk, i 
||1 Ibds510w«tth. 

Beckwith, Fre 
: i iNew8.po'., 






H., mailing elk Daily 
1060 w North. 

Beckwith Addition, soiithwest [part of 
Sevastopol. i ! 

3edel,' George, Carpenter} r 1325 e Court 

edell, Edward D. C, wks Des Moines 
Leader, r 920 w Walnut. 

edell, Evan, carrier De^ Moines Leader, 
r 920 >v Walnut. J 

iBedell, John D., wks Merritt& Bush, 
|| 920 w Walnut. , 

Bedell, John W., carriage maker! r 920 < 
j Walnut. 

^edeo, Susan ,Mrs.,r 56i w 15th J 

Bedford, A. C.j contractor an<i builder, f 
I 928 w loth. | I "' * 

Bedoe, Joseph, lab, r 15^0 e. Brooks. 

Bedoe, Joseph, wks Des Moines Coal 

Bedwell, RUeyjJJ. (Bedwell & Radelifl 
1 332 e 12th. f ' 




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DAVISON, Sic. and 
fEiiimatefc farirish&d on Repair norku 



118 w 




E^IMlNq-BUTtBLL 

* fe: BE 

aiJANUFACfTURqRS OP 

FIM0S 

JREA8. 

dll its Branches 



Off/df, ticioRYMb WARER00M8 



-125 ^vjtFiitlL ^treft 



J. Bedwell and J. 



w cor 



[iedwell & Rf.dcli& (R. 

Pj. I Locust 1 .•■' ! \ i; . " / '■ 

f&eebel, L. A. !tfrs., 1 1119 w Locust. 

jjWcroft,. Rof ert, lab, |r. 1221 W Park. 

KBeed, Henry 0., .smdent; Iowa Business 
|j, College, h-ooni^ 316 w 10th, . j 

|Beedle|j?. t!l wka Kc^jutt &j Soils, r 700 



Beedy,|;X,| 



oik $tat|a Auditor, r ! J315 e 
Capital ave. 
Beeks, jcj (Befekel & 

\ peeks, Lewis} G:, ^44*1 f 911 w 25th. 



r t : 10th. ! 
Bee 



& Sons), r 



)19 w 



Beeks, 0. 4 (Bedkf, 
School, 

4feks, Rai^W.,,8tu(]lebt Highland] Park 
" M9 w Schoo . 



NornM College, t 
Bjeeks, T: C.,' meat ma 



jljeeks &: Sons (Tfleo 



JindptisjP.'Bdekf)] 
\v School . 

jBeeni/'Lepna M. MisslsludenfDrakle Uni- 
i versity, room ll6 > W27th, 

iceman, j Guorge, truster,, r 1(>52 w 
North. 

Beeipan, Geo|rge, a|tu4e^tl Iowa Business 

College. 

jJWeems, A. Ci sttidbnt I 

|.y IJpenblossom, Bert, ^jnter" and 



Hpusi, 



pan 

2d St. Des Koines 



MO. 



Soils), r i 



M9 w 






<et,r )19wl6th. 



re C, »Char! es 0. 
meat markii 917 



Pi 



pi. lumger,i 1164jw 
iBecnWosspraiE. Sjjlab, 



£j Kfcnhlossom, Jo8iijii, 
er, r IO24 w N^rtll. 

r;ch3jf, r 923 w Grand 



keener, Philip,'bi; 

Ava. .■' 

Peerbovt'^r, El|, casfpei 



mm,m 



Manufacturers of 

High Grade Flour 



1 BEL 



103 ] 



^ee|rb Jekse Ia., brakenkn C. St*' P. & K. 
|R R., r 1015 w Vine. | 

ee'rb, St sie Mrsi. r 1600 1 e Grand ave. 

Bee's *ck Je ssie,, j student Capital City 
3om tae: "cial College, 1 r 514 iv 9th. 
eejee, George, fireman cJ R. L & P. R. J 
:^rl06el5fh. ; S 

ieefe 3, J&mf s, retired, r 1419 e Court ave. ""* 

ep?, pizzie Miss, (teacher Webster JJ 
fpchjool, :• 1419 e Court ave, 





I ee te, Willikm "Vy.,i fireman C. R. 1. 1& P. 
*. B., r [419 e Court ave. 

t eespn, : 3yr< >n A., state treas, r w College ** 

;1 -kveW(th. ..'■' ' ;. . ',1 - 3 



Bee|leyi W Uiam, real estate, r 102 e JQJ 

1 1 '■■%$* ! ' • 5 

eg^ man, A ina Mr8.,.wks 730 V 9th. H| hV 

egjeiiriK,-BiitteU i»iano Co., Hugo ") LJ 

Jogiemiig, prefe, Adam Buttell vice ( /U 

pres, O. H. Davison secy and treas, JlflJ 

linniWp anosj 1 23 and 125 w 5th. { ^ 

Beg ebipg, I iigoYBi jgiibing-Buttell Piano 
0.), |jo^er886e6fh. 

n A » T?rtoo Aat 



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wa Business, Col 



rjapeir 



1th. !■ ■- ... . h 
il024w^orth.- * 

d dhtractor and build- 



lb 



ter, r Chesterheldp^ 



;nan & \'. 



Belknap A :t Co. (Thej), Georgp S. Bacon, 55. 
pictures,) irames and artists' ___ 



d&Go.; 



DRU06IS 

224 and 



503 w 



m 



W uonege ij 
, r' i02 e 5jPl < 






Beg^n, A.;;R 088, dentist ofilce over 5£0 w 
aljajit, r Bamel. ' 

Berlin, Ohailes Ai.^ clkl W. F. Crawford, r 

4 I oyerj 52C w, Walnut. 

^efyn, Mag,neMi89, weaver Capital City 
Woblen Mills, j 22^ w s 6th ave. 

^eh!f.n, Su8ifi Miss, j spooler Capital C^y — h-h 
tV6olen Mills, bds ;224 w 8 6th ave. k ' ~ iJj '* 

'Beidenkopi Charles, salesman * H.j C. 2 ^-n 
J [Harris Is'.Cp., rj 1204 w Higi. - ^ 

Bei^ttkopfJ George M M druggist 128 w S.J3 
" r 4th,rl204wHighJ ' } * ffl.W 

eip|enkopfJ[ Harry, salesmai? M. Riegel-I 23- 



!o.,.r| 1204 w High. 



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sei!d|enkopfi H. li.,|tailor, r 1204 w High. ^ G 

eld enkopf] William W., elk G. M. Bei- „» SJ 

idenkopi , r 120| w High. g. i-J 

Bejqing, H.I N., yariety store, 3001 w 6th ^ £fr * 

ve/r Vv 7th, cot NejW York ave. =L m 

[Betercle, S , Graht 12, pheatQ rfleld. P" S 

Be: fflnapV | A] A., mngr Belknap Art Co., r g 09 



3igh. 



trop, pictures, 
nateria 8, 61^ w L6cust. 

knap, Di ,\i(l f pijnter; r 1143 w. 4th. 

knap, Ii 



Be 

Be! 

L143w|th. 
B^l, A. D., student Capital City, Com- 

inercia College. 



TSV.SII 

2 26 We 



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irry, wks i^Ierritt & Bush, r «^£(J 

CD U^ 

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1 2d St 



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S Bell, A. LJ, night porter Aborn House, i 

i Bell, Albert, former, r Clifton ave nr 
*. Proctor Coal Co., 8 Des Moines. 

Be 1, Alfred ii., supt Iowa Trunk and 
Traveling 13ag Factory, r 1239 w 7th, 

j Bell, Albert L.„ student Iowa Colfegei of 
! ' Law, jbds 330 e 5th. 

A EJell, Elizabeth! Mrs., r 1310 w 27th. 

£ Ml, Edward P.,- r 1239 w 7th. 

. Bell, E, P., J r, 'foreman Iowa Trunk and 
Traveling (Bag Co., r 1239 w 7th. i 

Boll, Georgia Miss, student Capital Citjy 
Commercial College, r 814 w 17th. 
Bt 11, Harry, miner Eureka Coal Co.j j 

Bell, Henrv, janitor Capital City; State 
Bank, f 1104 e| Fremont. ' ! ! 

B^ll, Henry, student Highland' Park Ijfoif 
inal College, moms College Hall. J 

Bjill, Hill Ml, B.jS.,;prof Thetoric-land 
history Highland Park Normal Col- 
lege, r 3rd nr Franz ave, 

w Bjell/jJj., atty, r 1310 w 27th. , ; 

§ Bell, John, wks Hyde Labor Co., r 1832 e 
j Qraad ave. j ! 

Bell, Join F., elk Avery Planter Co., r 210 ] 
e j Raccoon. J. 

Bell, Join M. ([ova Trunk and Traveling 

I»Co.), r 1239 w 7th. ' ! • 

Bjell, ISIiles N„ barber under 513 e Locust 
and) mail carrier, r 1100 e Fremqnt. ' 

■Bell, Minnie Mrs., dressmkr, r 420 e Court 
aye] .'' \ ■, 

l^ell, Rachel Mrs., r Clifton ave, iir Proctor 
| Coal Co. . j I 

Bell, falter, wks AriL West, r 323 w 1 
., .1 Peyton ave. ; 

>"5^ Bell^WllianrS., bkpr Randall & Dickey, 
" ^ r 814 w 17th. 

Bellauq, Julia Miss, wks 1302 w iBth ave. 1 

Bellander, Gus, miner Eureka Fuel iCo. 

COl Bellajngee, James, real estate and! secy 
Cpftage Home Building Association 

| ' ove; r 505 w Walnut, r 1326 w 9tli. 

I'll t i i , 

Bellinger, Winnie Miss, volunteer tqacher 
Kindergarten Lincoln School, r 1630 

>vjth., || ; 

Bellmifr, Bessie Miss, wks w lOtii cor 
I Clark. ' I | ' ! 

1 I! j ! i 

Belmpnt Street, from West to i Court ave, 



(dj> 



(§/ 



t id 



Morris and Eshbaugh and Wesf s Ad- 
dition. i; y 



m »q Bellas, Mae Miss, student Higjilancl Park 
S JZ formal College, room's College Hall. 



u 




QilW. FOWLED, 

714 ^j\ Lioousi St. Telephone 511. 




Belt, Ml E, Mrs., r 1104 ,\y Locust., 

Beltelr, William H.,tailor.F. G. Seaworthy J 
r 269 w 13th. !« . , j 

Belve|l, H. M., city solicitor Iowa Daily 
Capital, r 519 w 6th ave. j 

Beman, Matilda Mrs., professional nurse, 
r over 319 w Grand ave. 

B.enu tier, Frank, wks Capital dity Oa! 

Meal Co.' : " " f 
BemiL, A.,Fij(^cRae & Bejnis), r 1339 e 

Maple. ' ., I 

Bem;ss, Linous A., wagon maker owr 411 
( 5th, r 1335 e Fremont.;. I 

Bem,s, S. E. Mrs., nurse, r 940 w 7th. 

Bender, Christian, cabinet maker (j.jllar- 
bach,r 1320 w 13th.. 

Bender, J. 1L, carpenter, r 1320 w 13th. 

Bender, J I M. Mrs., r 1601 J 13th. ' j . ' 

Bender, ,\. Q.,i student .Highland jPark 

Normal College, rooms j()ak Park ave 

cor [w 9th, Oak Park. J 

' If 

Bonder, Levi (Bender & Callahan)J r 822 

rvv 10th. ' ,' • ; 

& Callahan (Lek Bender and 
d N*. Callahan), grocers, l()14 w 

er. |' ' 

, F. E., carpenter, t 906 e 9th. 

Home, Mrs. E. Rafmheld matijon 
|iw J?'prest ave bet 3rd a'nd 4th. j 

BeiiMict, John M, lab, r Ejiston Place. 
Benedict, Mark, apprentice [Russell W. 
! Chapiberlain. ^ I 1 1 

Beiiell, j I^Irs, wks De,s Mclinqs Box 

Wol-ks, bds 603 w Gra id ave. 

Benest, Fannie Miss, student Capiial City 

Coiiimercial College] r 807 w|3rd. 
Behgstrom, Caroline, ^ r ks 1183 w olth. 

Benjamin, Elmer E., cashier C. & N. W. 
I II. U. freight office, r over passenger 
idepiot-C. &'^.AV. R.R. J " 

Benjamin, Hiram L., teamster Des Moines 
I Coal Co., r 201 Clay, sDes Moines. 

I^eniamin, Joseph H.,-wld freight house 
j C. & N. W. R. R., i 3d9 e 5th. f 

Bennerj Ira, wks J. K. & W. H. Gilccest, r 
J 16^7 e Grand ave. j 

Bennett, Birdie E., student Des Moines 
I -jCbjlege, p 221 e 6th. f 

Beiineit Bros. (John T| and p. J. Ben- 
i jneit), cqijl 413 and 415 w 4th. ' 

Bejinett, Caljvin, fdrmerj w j Grand ave, 
Walnut Hill. l 




Steam Heating, 

PJunibin? and Osa 

FUtlng. 



Irthtttu Cl thing UfaviiS&s* 

'I , ' M ■ Vf-i ; I ! WE IT WAl NUT 8T«| i COR. 9IXTH. 




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Bennett. F, A., studenjt 
| ixirmal College. 



I)ES MOI 



[finnett, Charles, civil eh&ineer, r' 7 

ID W- ■ ' '' ' i " 1 ' ' 

jltenuelL Edward G. (Ben iett & Garrett), 
m r(f)12w 23rd.- f, 

fflrinek Elery W.', 
M riage Co., r 513 . 

Ibniiett, Elvira M. Miss jjteacker t Long 
w fejlow School, r m 1 1 th. 



eiii^tt, Ernest R.„clk '% D. Ben^tt, r 
221 e 6tli. . . '■' ' ! 



I 



enneft, . Pi J., (Beineti 



6 e 



ESi BIKEOToiY. 



BEN 



105 



Benin it, E. p., coal and wood 
r22;e.6ti. 

Bennett, K. J., r w Grand ave nr 



Kighlahd Park 



Sros.), x 625 e 



6th- 



2d. I ' y 
'lljenhett, Frank D., <jlk Continental C 
\\ ijj iiiii IIotise,rooms 80<.-\\r 7th, '. 
fi foeniK'tt, George, teamster Rees Gabriel 
| &(V>., r216e4$. ... I 

iikiiH'tt, Hj J., elk secre^|r|jr of state, 
fi Hotel Goklstone. 



m Hotel ipiustone.j 

sWiett, i\ N. ! , , cpWductori Des 'Moines 
ff Street Railway Gp\ 

IX.. ■ ' i ! 'I 

Metmett, J; . A., condi 
§| Street Railway Co. 



? 

Mennett, James, miner Oooji Valley 
ID Co., r Adulis np Indjiai.ola aye, 



w A Moines. 
ft 



4w 



Jennett, Ja,ni( s, r 142 

'ieniiett, jJB.,^lasteror,ljr 7|37. w 11th 



ennett,IJohn 'F.,, 
ie(itli. ! '. ) 



'Bunr 



et 



bds 



1310/ w Locu|st. 
)i • Des Moines 



3(th.| 



31G e 6th 
30th. 



Bennett, Rohjert, driver ..Crystal Oil and 
iGasoline Co., rooms 320 w 8th. 

nrjett, Robert, carpenter* r 517 e s 6th, 

3nnett,.Scot; (Miller & Bennett), r 519 w 
Locust'. ". .; \ ' ' 

mnett, SUsm, Walnut, 11 Valley Junc- 
tion, i ' i ! ! . i 

3hnett, William, wks Des Moines tfoap 
" ' 214 e 4th. I ... ' 




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and Des 



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Coal 
Des 



Bennett, J. ,P., kti^entj Iowa Bus 
'I ' Collede. ; : ; ! | • ■ £ 

JJennett, I S., r,18&jwj th 

^Bennett, J . E., ■ studeni • Highland |>ark 
\j I Norm; 1 Colle^, rocjniiji College, Hall., 

$ieunett, Ij, zzik W.jjMiss} wks .844 w ! 8$h. 

Jlennett, i 'artha'.Crl] r 1M9 \r Locust. j ! 

Bennett, Mary -Misuj r Adamp rir Indianola j 
lave, s pes Moiiek. 

qWnnett 1 , Mary J. ]\]j-sl, r :J16|e 2d. 

pknett, M. C., ( collec|tor! D. B. & Q. R. R., 
i,[ r(i25o2d. \ |! ^ . . ' , .. 

■jpennett, Michael, i rear J27 e 2d. 

Bennett, Nancy MissJ laundress, r 513 e 8 



Bennett. P. J., bkpi) 
i' 1017: w Linden. 

f ! ' 1 



e 
Tlod 



^en 



pnnett, O.C.,locoih6tiv 
| w Loc'ust. 

Wtt, 1^ Mrs., ijfrfnerl w 
Haccooh' mines 



Bros 1 .), r 



813 

ess 



[LM.Ga 
in it. 

Bennett & 

M aid 31. 



Wors,k, r 

(Bbhn'ctt, Wil 
j l\alnut 

Beniic tt, Wi: 
. M iller, r 

Bennett, Wi 

! j §:' Cliestbrneld, bet C. B. & Q..R. R. 




DO 

CD 
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GO 



Moines river 



tt&d-arrett (E.G.Bennett and 



iam, farmer w ■ city limits, nr 
Hill. ' ' .." . : i' - ' J 
fam R., pressman George A." 
517 e'sGtk ) ." 

iam H., retired farmer*, r s e ; 52 

Hi CO 

J? 

SO Iv— ^ 



rrett); attys. -over 415 w WaU 



es floines Express 

C/FFICE 8i!l lEASt 

II 



r 1,301 ' 



5ineer, 

3ity iitdrt. nr 
mfiplq Coal Co.i 



O'Leary, (Charles Bennett 
J. O'Leary), fish mnrket and 
1 dmlerjs h salt and smokbd. ineats, 
gunned' fruits, etc.^419 w 6th ave. 

3ejani rigei*, F red W., traveling salesman 
Lederer, Strauss & Co., bds Savery 
h ouse. 

falenningtou, Charles II., wks Watters- 
'Talbo|t 5 ririting -Co., r 114 e Des 
koines.* | 

»Fi, trunk trimmer Iowa' 
d Traveling Bag Co., r 114 e 
IJjesMoiies. ' ' 

Benin* agidn, ^ra'nk, baker Baker & Wood, 

r< pms* Hotel Goldstone. 
Benbiagton, H M trunk' trimmers Iowa 
r Ti-unt ai id Tfaveling Bag Co.,' r 114 e 

DesMbiies. • 

Bennington, Harrison, carpenter, r 104 e 
Des Moines. ? . . i 



Beniiiugtoii, 
• Trunk ai 



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and 



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Bennjn£tdn, . ame^ C, delivery elk pippel 
icnl r 114 e jes Moines.) ' ' 



iBennington, fcamudl E.^ njusician, r! 114 e 

■ ' Des'Jtfoines. |; ; ( ■ ' / 

Bennington, VviUlapi F., bajker Baker & 
Wood, r jL14;e Des Moine f s. 



a pueincss 



^enpyt, L. G., student toWi 
College. 

Benscn, Aug jst, sboemkr Henry Hahnert . 

r 1718 w High. 
Benscn, Bell? Mis'spwks Domestic Laun- 

d-v„r82:J wPark. *• 



FIF1H STBEET. 



Ria iARDS, FRAN 

, TELEPHC 



RANKENFIELO & Go. 




HONE 371. 



cJ-RfR^S; L.JLjN<^, P^UMP AND STEAM 

Dealer In Pipe 'and Fittings, Plumbers' Merchandise, Etc. j% Mdinek, la 

ill . i • i , l ■ i i . - 



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Locust St 



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Benson, Rqbert, tailor D. Goqdman;, jr 110 

e Des Moines. 
I ■ ' 

Benson, Robert,) state agt JJife and Re- 
serve Insurance Co. of. Buffalo, it. Y., 



bdb 114 e Des Moines. 



Benson and 



Oprneirj West Court Ave. and 3d St! 

; ; TELEPHONE NO. 628. I 

Orders by Mail receive our prompt nnd 
caretitilattention. ■ » 



g} Bensotv, Charles, lab, C. R. I. & P. R.jR,, 






b(Js 505 e s 0th. 

Bensopj, Charles, wks Des Moines Soap 
Works, r 1011 e 6th. 

Benson, Charles E., special examiner Cen- 
tral Loan & Trust Co., r 066 w 17th. 

Benson, Christine ; 3Iiss, teacher Irving 

, School, r 666 w 17th. - 

Benson, George, wks Des Moines House. 

Benson, George, student Iowa Business 
College. 

Benson, I. H., retired] r 660 w 17th. 

Benson, John, restaurant 112 w 4th, r 1017 
. ^ 3rd. !■ ' ; 

Benson, John, carpenter, r 1416 w 2d. 

Bens'pn, Johu, miner, Bloomtield Coal ;Co., 
ijoom 523 w 1st. 

Bensbn, John A., mason, r 935 e 6th. ; 

Bengon, John L., horse dealer, r 337^ w 
. s 6th ave. [ 

Benson, Lena Miss, wks .1444 e Capital 
I ave. ! , 

Benson, L. L., traveling salesman Mtirrit^- 
'IfcBush. } 

[Jj Benson, Mae Miss) teacher Irving School, 
oe r666w 17th. j 

co Benson, M. H. (F.T. Benson & Co.), pres 
Z Morgan Well Linger Co., r w 4th, s w 

O 'dor College ave, 

•id Benson, Nelse, minef Bloomfield Coal Co., 
9 room 523 e 1st. 

~* "Benson, N. J., miner Bloomfield Coal Co. 
_ 2 Beison, Osrow D. (Benson & Finlayson), 
*$ jr 666 w 17th. j 

uj Benson, P. T. (P.T. Benson & Co.) j r w 

tj j Oak Park ave, s w conBth. i\ 

m [- Beison. P. T. & Co. (P.! T. and }I. H. 

^ w Benson), real estate ol4 w Locust. 



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Bensoii & Finlayson, (O. D ^ Cif0l ,u » uu 
D. W. Finlayson,) physicians, over 
701 w Walnut. 

Bentley^ Belle L. Miss, bkpr Bentley & 
Oimstead, r 680 w 17th. 

Bentley^ Benjamin M., engineer King 
Bridge Co., bds 200 w 7th. 

Bentley, John, retired, r 680 w 17th. 

Bentley, William B . (Bentley & Olmsted,) 
r680w'ltoh.-\ f . | 

Bentley & Olmsted, (William B. Bentley 
and James G. Oimstead,) wholesale 
boots, shoes and rubbers, 300 and 302 
wl Court ave. ■] i 

Bentop^ C. L., shipping clk| jDes Moines 
Manufacturing & , SuppM Co., r 1276 
wj Crocker. j 

Benton School, Miss Nancy Kirkhany 
prin., e 12th, cor Shaw. ' , 

Benz, John J.,, ruler Iowa Printing Co., f . 

502 w 10th. i 
Berens, Lottie Miss, r 340 w 
Berens, Sophia Mrs., 340 w 

Berg, | Andrew, lab C. R. I. 
j over £28 e s 4th. 

Berg, j August, miner Bloomjtield Coal Co, 

Berg, [August, r 114 e Shepsrd. 

Berg,! Carl, tailor J. Posner, r 039 e s 

Bergj Charles, miner Map'e Grove 
' Co., r 1421 e Buchanan. ( 

Bergj Charles, tailor, bdk 219 e ' Des 

Monies. .. 
BergJChnstena Mrs.,jr 114 e Shepard.. 

Berg ,E., Rev. pastor Swedish Mission 
Church, r 635 e 2d. | 

Berg, Frjink, wks Des Moines Soap Works, 
r|516 e s 4th. 

Bergj Fred E., wks Des 
Works, r 510 e s 4th. 

Berg,; Herman P., tailor 
e2d. 



8 5th. 

s 5th. 

& P. R. K.,r 



fed. 
Coal'" 



Moines , §oap^ ; 
. Posner, r 6$ 
leu's Lauhdry, 



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Bergi Jennie Miss, wks A 

r51Ges/4th. j ' ,' | 
Bergi John, teamster Bloolhifield Coal Co, 

n 534 e a' 4th. | 

Berg. Jclhn, wks Des Mojnes Gas LigW 

Co., r 516 e s 4th 



GjftEFIELD QNi^ PRICE 




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C qtractors tor Plumbing, 8te im, | Cor. W. iiE i ad Local . 'ftni 



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j John, tailor^ JJ Posaer, rcloms M& 

Hi "!' : ■ i i ' ■ -' : ! ■ ' ' ■ i 

j John, section foreman D. Jtf.' &, 
RjR.,!rll4e 'Shepaird. 



Bc|| John, Bloomfiijd, 16, I)es koine 
Befg William, wks Western Whitss BrOJnjte 

| $,, r 129! w Franklin ave. 
P(j | ?', John, turner, r 516 e s ^tji. 

2 ?, John Hi, moulder, r i4l6w Walbut. 

Berils Mattie 1 Miss, weiver Capital City 
1 f Voolen Jpis, r 1416 w Walnut I j 

Beret, Mary Miss, elk Lang Bros., r 1416 

\% Walnut. 1,1 ' 

Benfe SelmaJMigls, wks 6l6 w 18thL 
Bertferi, Chafes F., carpenter, • 1418 

,'ourt $vd. ' ■ M j ' ! 

»r, lydia A. Miss, principal i franklin 

chpty rjl025 >v 8thf ;' 



jfidrkrand, Henjy, steam fitter Scoville 
Plumbing Co., t 323 w 6tli ave. 



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3f tier, Theodore A. , citV passage: 
W freight agent D. M^&.K. Q K. 
fWlliw Ityk. ' 

B^ier, Willfam W., blacksmith F. p 
fcf\Iunsell,r 1025 w 8th. ' / ' | '! 

B© gren, P *oebe Miss, jdressi aaker,< r 
pL033e6t^ ' ■ ,|; |] |' ( ,?' 

Ber> :gren,| Matilda Missiw^s 729 w6th 
-.' ive..'' ," ... i » -i ." ' j' i :. 

Ben gren, Mary illss, dressmaker, r Um\ 

I F 6th - i ■" 'ii ■ i : n 

BMloff, Minnie Miss, w^s; 134$ v si 7th 
% min. BeW Miss, wks-844 w 4th[ 



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JI ; .r man, Christ, wks Des Moires El^c 
|jj ric Street Ry., r 2001 w Leyuer. 

/rjnman, Eric, miner BlOomftild Cbai 

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iKvfrjman, Gustavus, miner Euroka Ooal 
||,Co., n 529, e s 2d. ! ■ 
Beirman, Jacob, wks lilas3er |SJ Ufford, 
r 815 w Grand ave. '' ' I 

Benquist, Andrew, car ifepaire ■ C. Bi & 
f '2.1\R.Jr506es5th. I .. I . 
ieraren, A^nes Miss, r 1033 e Gtj. I 
BeiEren, Frdda! Miss, wks 1325 A r Center-. 
%.!! strom, E. W., (R. A. Roll;n4c n & Co.)/ 
;!, :1527-w[7th. ;' , j; 

i/eii strom, Jonas, lab,.bds 124 e ShepardJ 
H^strom,' William, carpenter, ids 658 e 



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f ji 1 .<iw, Ellen Miss f wks'801 w Fbresta^ve, 
«|li<nv, Lizzie Miss, wks 1033 w 8th. 
" f "»:py, N. I C, dentist A. I L, M cCartk r 

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D. M. JOHNSON A SON. 




Berkranc, 'Jo|s;ph, plumber Scoville " p-jj 
' PlUn ibing |C o., jr 408 w 6th ave. C^ 

Blrkshir », Elizi beth Mrs., r 908^ v 23d. V^h 

B jrkshir ;,. Gepi ge, plasterer, r 908 w 23d. "j jij j 

\ Berkshir S, John , plasterer, 1190 W j 10th. ; 

|Herk8on, Abraham i wks IN. B. Cohec(, bds 
N''.|81^i Court av|. , v 

I erlin; J ihh; w is Iowa Pipe and Tile Co.,i 
b'ds^l42e l 5;h. ! ! I 



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llorlingHt, Jame^, div supt C. St. P. & 
K. C, R. R. r rooms 22 and 23 Oriel 

ermetz, Andrewj miner Union 1 Co., r 
Lincoln, Sevastopol. 

erming aam, . 3. jT M chief elk W, i W. 
J Looiii8, r926 w 7th. 

iBerming lamj Maggie Miss.', saleswoman < ^-* - *4 
! j M. f iegeln ian| & Co., r 926 w 7tb. ^ 

Berna, E Iward, cabinet mkr L. Harbach, 
rl382e9tl. .{;, j . .. ■ 

Bernd, I otta ,M iss[ wks. Hotel Goldstone ^ X, 

eeper520e s !g S 

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B^rndt, pttilie M 
11 5d. 



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Burner, 1 ! Smani el -P. Rev. }j pastor Gehnan 
! Evaligelicil Church, r ^117 e Court, 

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erner, lohn, shibping elk Israel Bros., r 



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Bhippi! 
11171 eCoiM ive; 

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Bernhar;, Miniie;|Mi88. wks Des Moines 
Shoo, Man ifa|t:uriEg Co., 

Bernhar;, Samuel j {M f i contractor andi g ^ 

'and builder 612 j s 6th. F tt; 

'ITT | i <D H* 

Bernice, Mary . Sister, teacher St. Joseph * 

Academy, Gr^nwood Park. 

Hemico, Chat! es P., elk John Burns, bda ' 
bds 214 w 4thl 



iBerhs', G e(irg€ T. 

" 17th. ' 

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j i 520 m 

; Bernstein, 
I . sam j. 

Beroud, 'Frarcis 



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shoe mki* J. ^l. Boyer, r ) — 5 r 
tailor 309 e 5tb, r over *2 i 



ear aster, r 112! e 



Jj? jU'onzo L., Cfrave^sy & Berr}'), r 
217 wClestnut. 

Berry, 'Andre' v, teamster, r pnder 1119 e 
Des Moines. 



Berry % ' Charl ?s, fprem'an Des Moines \rr 
Street Railway Power House, bds j JJ. 
1*455 ' e Grand aver 






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Berry, John F.,"asst machinist C. St. P. & 
K. Ci R. R. f t:-12J12 w Mulberry. j 

Berry, jbseph V., elk J. K. Barlow| r 329 
e 12th. I 

Berry; J. I., teamster, r 1348 o Fremont. j 

Berry, Katie Miss, elk A. Anderson, r 127 
e9th. . | 

Berry. Martha Miss, elk Younker Bros, r 
217 w -Chestnut. j 

Berryl Mary Mrs., r 311} < e 7th. j 

Berry, Mary Mrs., r 104 e .1. . j 

B?rry, Minnie Miss, dress mkr, r utaler 
110 e Des Moines. I 

Be'rrv, 1 Sarali 3Irs, stenographer l)es 
Moinejs Linseed Oil Works, bds (fold- 
stone jHotel. J„. ' 

Berrv, Saifah A. Miss, dress mkr Mrs. M. 
E. Cojltlington, r bver .123 e Locust. 

Berryhill,; diaries C., wks Savory Hotel, 
r M lingers Europeon Hotel. 

Berryhill,; .lames G. (Berry hill & Henry), 
r 1101 w Pleasant. 

Berryhill 8a Henry (James G. Berryhill 
and George F. Henrv), attys., rooms 
; 2and|4,jClapp Blk. ' ; 

jjjrtholf. Walter W., messenger Western 
Unioji Telegraph Co., r 312 \v s 1st. 

Bertholf,'|wniiam H., lab, r 312 w s 1st. 

Bertrandf 1 lenrv, plumper Seoville Plunib- 
'ihg Co., r 323 w s Oth ave. j i. 

Bertrand, Joseph, plumber Seovillo 
Plumbing Co., r 408 Oth, s Des Moines. 

Beseoe, J. P., student Callanan College, r 
' " College Home. I 

Bess, Harry, conductor P. M. V. div C. R. 
I. & P R. R., bds Morgan House. 

Best, Clarence, wks Watte rs-Talbott 
Printing Co., r 584 w Oth ave. 

Best, Henry II., harnessmkr W. ^ Terry, 

room 201 w 3rd. 
Best, Johu,:\vks Watters-Talbott* r 584 w 
, Oth ave. 

Best, J. R., traveling salesman Des Moines 
, Saddlery Co. 

Best, Lizzie Mrs., r 584 w Oth ave. •• : 

Beswick, Charles, tlatl trimmer Des Moines 
Coal Co., r nr s e city limits! , 

Beswick, Joseph miner Des Moines Coal 
, Co., r Franklin ave, nr Van Ginkle 
Coal Mines, Sevastopol., 

Bethel Evangelical Church, Rev. H. ■ II. 

Long, pastor, w Oth s w cor North. 



Bethel, 



Be|thel, 



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George M., , travelin 



r 717 e 5th 



salesman 



[ Wo)d, Brown '& Co., Philadelphia, 
j bds Savery House. | 

Theophilus, dry good 3 salesman 



Bdtternlan, Emma O. Missj compositor 
' Gnnd Army Advocate, rooms 014 w 
Walnut. ' j 

Betters m, William, miner pes l^oines 
; Coj.1 Co., r Sevastopol. 

Betts, F . M. (Betts &. Betts), r (Denver, Col, 

Belts, Jerry L., lab, r 1639 e I)es Mmnes, 

Betts, W. II. (Betts & Betts], r Denver, 

I °° ' ' ■ 1 ' ^ 

Betts it Betts (W. II. and |F. M. £etts) 

I specialists, .J{ W. Mershoh local mgr, 
,' over 510 w Walnut. 
Betts, \ M., student Iowa Business Col- 
I h-'j;e. .''... ! 

$eueh:>enstein, Gus, .moulder Wilson &' 
j | St>in. ' ! . 

Beverley, Arthur H., genejral agt, bds 200 

: ' wsth. * . . '! 

jiextm m, Catherine Mrs.,, r 706 e s 6th. 
iiexstrum, Charles, miner Bloomlield Coal 

! i 

Co. , j 

..Jeyer. Jackson v lumber, r 713 
kbbins, II. M.,clkM. W. B 

r 1000 w Linden. 



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Bibbi 



8 e Locust, 
bbins & Co.» 



ins & Co.), r 



ns, M.,W.(M. W. Bibt 
1(100 w Linden.- , j 

iibbias, M. W., & Co. QI. W. Bibbins 

a id C. T. Haskins), dru 5s and niedi- 

c nes,, 403 w Walnut. T 
Bicki rn, Joseph, canvasser, lids 520 e Oth. 
Bicki ell, C'iaia.R. Miss, volunteer teacher 

Ivindergarten, Crocker f School, r 703 

v Park. 

Bicki tell, Henry, bds 929, w 

Biddgar, Maggie Mrs., elk 
r over 1006^.w|Cherrv 

ule, Christiah^T.jclk f- 
<!;N. W. R. R., 1 1306 
Bidde, B. Frank, lab, ij 153 

Bidde, John F., lab, r 1306 

Bidd i Mamie, r 1306 e Bi 

Bidde, Max, retired, r 130| e Buchanan. 

Bied irmann, pzziei Miss, bkpr Marshall 

])ental Mnfg Co., r iOpfl.tv 2d. 
Bieghler, A. C, secy Western School Sup- 

])lyO)., r610w4t^ ' ; ■ 



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5th. 

C. A. Bishopi 



Biddje, Christiah^T.j elk freight depot C. 

" "*" e Bucmaiiau. 



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\ TMertt-Kate MMi student Highlaijd Pailk 
' m ormalfol^, bds Cbllfeg^ :iall 

BigtfW, II. A., lab» r J308 \v|l8th. 
Bigebw,jKac igi|m. Mrs.jr li$8 w 18th 
Bikslir.^Iagg id- Miss, r W% W - Jherrjr. 
■,, Edward, teamster! f 1509 e SrOoks; 
Bil4, Eliniii a. Mrs., r 1509 e Brooks.' 
Bi 1 1 ? j John R., laundry, r. Ate w |2: id. 
BiSfi n W. E.f elk Samuel ^jeins^, ,bds 
fjlG w 6th ave. 

BiW;Amos 4, ■('?*?> ' <X)| , 

j «ial- and sunfeont r.714 w Mul aerry. 1 

Bi,M)\ ■& Co| (Amos M.Bilbj ard Wil- 
iam Prfebe,), druggists 408 ,|y r Courjt 

Des Moiiiels 'Elec- 




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B&V'ilriWilMam, wk's 



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tHc Street Ry.,jbds/ 1508 e. Capital' 



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Byifheck, Hei\iy,'Stu(leht Capital City 
Commercials Coll|ege,;r, 81^ ,^Pleas- 



Moine^ Street 



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Bijl'tt, wf W., wks De£ 
fciilyay Co. ' j 

Bjjl lligs, P. L wks Hotel de -Horde,, r 919 



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I* 917 w 
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lfigs, Ward L., cobpe.r, :: 116 e 
igs,W- M.j wks Williaii Heid 



Grand, aye. 
Jay, liverWnd 



feed 
3d. 



John pamte|r 
e Court ave. 

Levi, inugr Holmestjead; r ] 



is Som mar, v 2E 

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Binkard, 
101,4 

Binkard, 
■I 12tk- , 

Binkley^ C. S., master mlechalnic C 
, P. R R., r 618 b Walnut 
Binks, T lomas, mine inspector- lstqistrict 
': ; rOitumwa 

Birch.iE la Mins, Wks 106 w fed 

Birch, Louise, 1, Mrs., r oyer 329 e 5th. 

kirdhard, E. J, wks W. M. Vjerhey «jc Co. , 
jroV<r40B 3 Walnut 

Birohmaa, diaries, wW 

. ; ij£eh)e v •!_'■ j| . . ■ , -S* W 

Bii^, Frank B. cigar mkr F. W. ,Youn£- .85/^ 

fjlhermiin, bdt International Hotel " ' 

Bi^c, (jlarles C, elk Conrad Air end, r *-ffl 
1231 Wliti/ ' - ■ ■ 

B^'rt, Flank E., Wks Liverpool add Des ae HI 
iMoi ies Pa iking Co., r 622 e s j)th. « JJf 

Bifq, F 'ederi( k Sv engineer W 
P. ■ I. , JR., r 1426 w- Walnut. 

Bird,' GcoJ-ge, mtclier, r 1237 w nih. . 

I rd, John, stock dealer, r 1231 jw : 1th. 

iird, John ^'.,- nspectpr Rock jlslaiid S-^o 

Sto<Jk Yarps, f 1122 wfMulber^y * • > > 



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BilJiigton, .[A. B. Mrs,,; elk Stdtej Supt 
^ublic jinstruction, r 1304 e Dtp. 

Billi lgton, 'Charles E., prefi NatiodalRail 
joad Supply Co.', V 1404 e 9tt ; 

Bil: :,| August, si^;n painter C. E. Mcdray, 
j jooms 221 w Chestu\it 

BIJz, Joseph F., knitting factor}), r 520 e 

^jk, Joseph Jr., kiiitting faetorta yaijns 
j| and knit goodfe/r 1519 e Lyojiu ., 

t$ dor, Fj-ed R.^contracto :^and tuilder, r 
I 1049w:ilth- k ' ' T ' i! n 

feighani, M. |L., traveliu'g salclsmanJ r 
ir)03w;llth. 

l|.^ni|,i, Nelli(j;Mi8S, a4ai teacHer kiiid- 
i bnlrteri Forest Home School r ;l804 

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MlJard, Alfred, ^oremati; Iowa 
Co., r 1029 ^ il2tli. 



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Printing 



iW, Mky Mie^, r C22'e 8 9th. 

irdL.N3rmab'ri.-,|lab Liverpool ajid Des 

Mo nes Packing Co.,jr 622 e s 9th. j^ ff ^ 

Bird S6100VM88 M. I). |Na8h, principal, g 
w Wqodla id uve cor 2Jst ^ 

pird, "ViTilli^m K ,, , traveling saleiman, r S3 

610 w 3d. ', 

; Jirdsal ., Lizzi 3 M |&Iissj. student (Japital 
City Commercial College, 1 637 w 
lOti. ! 

i >-H 

irkhead, L. .JR., student Iowa Lusiness t ^'^ 

Coilege.' j j .'■ I-., .j||| 

Bjfr^yj C. Ej, stdcent Highlani Park | £<£§ 

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pirnoy, Walte • Hi, aSanitor, Governor's of- 
fice! Capitol ujdfc r 776 w 9th 

Birney, WUey Ai barber under 423 w 

r1423w9th. 



Biiiljard, E. p., wks O. Bi Sweei 
Bi^ard, Kjitie VKss; . Student | Calladan 
jCollegep f |12th x?or Djay. 






H. SICKELS &, 

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Bifeby, W. W., sp 
Iniurancc C6 

Bishaid Bros., 

1 ' • ! ! ! ,To in Bisl ,ar 



bial agt Fidelity Mutual 
,i 919 e Fremont. 

(l^orte ^., Frank ajid 

)j editors and publisjiers 
PljiinTalk, m\e Walnut. 

Blsharl, Frank, (Bishard Bros.)j r 117 e 

ia;h, . ; [; ! ' : 

Bisharfl, llohij W.|, (Bros.), r 117 e 10th. 



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Bishard, Porte C. (Bisharcl Bros.), if 117 e 
10th. ;- 

Bishard, R. A. Mrs., r 117 e 10th. 

• Bishir, James W., j shipping clki J. L. 

' Mason, r 1006 wj Grand ave. 

Bishop, A. II., student Iowa Businjess Col- 
lege. 

Bishop, Barton, lab,r ; 1002 e Railroad ave ( 

Bishop, Barton W., ! plumber Scoville 
Plumbing Co., r 814 e s 8th. ;; 

Bishop, C. C, carpenter, r 1306 w l5 ( th. 

Bishop, Charles A., atty, room 64 Office 
Bldg, r 1700 w 4th. ! 

Bishop, Ella G., student Highland Park 
Normal College. v ' 

Bishop, George W., lab, r 720 e s 12th. 

Bishop, Henry C, stenographer J. K. & 
W. H. Gilcrest west side oflice, r 1118 
w23rd. . 

Bishop, Joshua F., editor and prop 
Grand Army Advocate, r 856 w 16th. 

Bishop, Julia W. Mrs., r '1118 w 23rd. 

Bishop, P. G., Delaware, 32 e Des Moines- 

Bishop, Webster, elk J. D. Seeberger, r 
. 926 with. 

feishop, W. P., real estate, r 1306 w 15th. 

Bissel, , candy, rooms 420 w 8th. 

Bissig, Sebastian, elk Albert Grefe, r 1065 
w 8th. ; I 

.Biswick, James, miner Des Moines' Coal 

:. co.' i.i 

riBitting, Frank, Delaware 31, e. Des 

* Moines. 

-Bitting, H. C, marble cutter Des Moines 

garble and Manuel Co. 
Bitting, James R,, painter, r 619 e 6th. 

^Bitting, Jennie Mrs., tailoress, 213 w 2d, r 
same. 

Bitting, Lincoln, Delaware 31,. e Des 
, Moines. 

Bitting, S. S., Delaware 32, e Des Moines. 

Bitting, Thomas A., salesman Woods & 
MeNeeley Bros., Marshalltoyta, r 845 
e Pensylvania ave. ' 'i 

Bittinger, John M., foreman Gitfson^Coal 
•• Co., r 211 Hillside ave; 8 DeB Moiues. 

Bittle, Joseph, lab, r 716 e 18th. 

Bitzer, Henry, engineer C. St. P. & K. C. 
' R. R., r 1323 w Walnut. 

Bivin, Frank, printer Des Moines Leader, 
' r over 521 e Locust. 

Bixby, Charles &, r 936 e 7th. 



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Bixenstein, Philip C, rhotorneer D. M, 

Striet R. R. Cjo., r 814 w Vine. 
Bixier, Charles 6.| student Hijghland £ark 



Noyinal College. 



Highland Park 
202 e Grand 



Bixier, John M., student 
Ncrmal College. 

Bjork, Albert, teamster,bds 
ave. j 

Bjorkljmd, Nelse; labj r 15021 e Court ave 

Bjorseth, Stephen, student IcWa Business 
College. 



Black, 
Black 



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Deborah Mrs., r 1705 e Grand ave. 

Diamond! Goal and Mining Co., 
Jcjhii Walters pres, Johri C. Macysec^ 
William Matthews mngr, 212 w 7th 
arjd 604 e Grand ave. ' 

Edgar, conductor (j. 
r 223 e 7th. ' 

BlackJ Ella Mrs., elk Lang Bros., r 1008 e 
9th. 

Blaok Hattie Miss, student Drake Uni- 
versity, bds 1375 w 27th. 

Black Ida Miss, r over 603 i Locust. 

Black , James, teamster Rediiead & Whit 1 
ney, r 200, Madison, 8 iDes Moines. 

Black, John, retired, r 1121 w Walnut. 

Black, John W., carpenter, bds 419 w 
G rand lave. 

Black, Louis, janitor Cajlanan College, r 
w 11th, cor Pleasanti 

Blacl, Margaret Mrs., | teacher Webster 
School, r 620 e Maple, j. 

Blacl , Nellie Miss, bds 620 e Maple; 

Blacl , Rose Miss, r 1014 w Lodust. ! 

Black, Samuel R., janitor Emerson School, 
i 1008 e 9th. , ' . ■ ! . , ; '< 

Black, W, A. pev., r 1117 e Maple, j 
Blaci, William, city salesman A. N. Bliss 
& Co., r 848- e Walker.' , 

Black, William, traveling j salesman Des 
Moines Shirt Factory, rooms overT" 1 
'v Court ave. 

Blac k, w. M., secy State 
: rl01Sw2lat. . 

Blaci, W.' M., traveling .. 

Moines Glass Works, rooms over 312 
sv Court ave. ' ] l 

Blackaller, George, wks Bentley & Olm- 
sted, r w 12th, cor High. j 

Blac kaiser, Jeffrey, wkB Bentley & Ou- 
sted; r w 12th, cor Hirih. , V 

Blac kaller; T. F., b£pr! wholesale dept }L 
Riegelman & Co., r 1108 w Locust 






Insurance Co, 
salesman Pes 




West 6th 
and 
Sts 





Dei en la Mm tai Boyi" Cloth ins. \A e» 



il#|burn4-k, lab, r^QO'e a 1 7th. 

■iil!bu«m:E.bill|ilk;G.W. , 3 



M^jquarqt 
Sous;i^ i 620wi)th. •/ 

Jjlfftburri, Fredrick, Ifeamster, r e| b 8tn, 

. e cor fiiiotfcj i ', I . 
ftllfapura, flurry Tl, teller iCitiz^s Na 



ji6rialBahk,r8l4w;3r4;. 

J)urn, John J wks Des Mpinfe 
Bouse, r e a 7th, a, e cor Scott 



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ilalihurn, Mi Jl, Mrs., boarding h|ou8e, r 
J^8 w Peftonfaye. j j ' 



urn. 



handle fylrs.y r 814; w 3 il. 



vburn, Samuel, I teamster; r yff) e 8 

LOth - ! - i J' ,j vii 

erby, |Curtis), latj, r 969 v|22d 

oter, Hustp i, miner, » j ll6 : e Scott 

teter, James M./wks.^atipna'. Starch 
5 Jnfg Cou ra004 e Scott " ; j 

|Jkemore, OlaraMiss, stud erit Hh ;hland 

P$ rark Normal College,, rocjma t ollege 
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B* kman, A. B., wks m M, Black nan, r 
»,ljAyS)th,n , ;ofFrai^iri.- 

Bljl kinaii, E nil, carpenter, r 1*115 

B$Jkmatf, tf. M., dairy, r 

Franklin.. 'I • ; jl 
B|i«kmaii, G 30ige, retired fanner, 

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Bltijkman, l||zzje Miss, .wks 



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McFarlid'CMiit Cj>„ r 1Q7'| w 
Bike kstpek, iamfes,r '^82 w Qth ave 
B^tkstone, James, wks Sayer^ Ho Jse. 
BRJkstrom, Amanda (Miss, J-J8Q4 e iKaury 



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Bl|<} kstrom, [frank; mine* Blppmfieldl Goal 

Co.,'r 804 e Maury, j' T r 

B|i kstcom, Ida Miss, Wks skvWy ftous^, 

Bwfajstrom, lion o( miner BJoonifieJJ Coal 

.ft)., r 804 e Maurv. 
BMkwell, Ida , M. Mrs., ibrocer , &6 e 
\ f Court ajs, r leari-sam.e.f ■ ' * ■ ! 

:m7 €,1 »^* m: '^clH ; , Btr8.' Iia M- 
s Slackwell, r ,5j26 e Court ave. 

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Blagbui n, J. Fj, c 
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Blagburn, Job a 
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Blades, Maggie) Misjs, wks 1119 e Walnut. 
Blades, Mitchell, lab, r 817 w Choiry. 






W.F.Crawfor4,rl621 
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T.L head pprter Savery 
w University ay?. 



Blagburn, "J. T, Mrsi,'.8tudent mus:c dept 
Oallanan Collgge,r 1621 w University 
ave.. 

Blagburn, Louis, 



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Blalles, Johd Hvfewittfoman 1 G. St. PL & K. 
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Blagg, H; C., bjicklayer, r 1015 e IB. 

' Blaids, George, minur, r 1932 e Briok. 

Blaine, John A , nreoaan Van Git k el Coal 
j | Co., r Jeff|E rspny Sevastopol. 

Blair, 7—, stuc ent Iowa Business College, , '. 
• room;5H y lih, • ► ■ 

Blair, A. J., sti debt' Capital qity Oom- 
: inerclal College, r514W7tii- 1 

Blair, Aletand >r, 'r 1215 w lOflhl 

j Blair, Calvin C, carpenter, r 223 e 13th. 

Blair, Edgar, draughtsman CI ntpn C. 
Nourie, r 2l5Wl0th. ' 

Blair, Gertrude Missi bkpr Blair 
! shall, r 1215 w 10th. ; ' 

Blair, Jenaid "h [iss, wks Evans Cafe, r 223 
" el3thl ' - ! ! [ ■ 

Bliir, J. H., roomk 7: 9 w 7th. 
IJlair, Joel O., i&i inspector C. R. I. & P. 
R. R, r 223 ejl3th. * I 

Blair,, John GJAJovrnal Co.), 1 Il007 w 
1 j Scott. ' 1 ■ 

Blair, John H., cl}£ 1 owa Loan and Trust 

. j Cd, r 721 w'7th. ' 

Blair, iMitchell, r 8^2 Monroe, s Des 
Moines^ ■ ,1 

'Blair, Oliver L , com sositor Jour lal Co., r 
• j 1007wScctt. , ■ 

Blair, Rebecca Miss, vks Des Moines Shoe 
j Mahufacti ring Co., r 223 e 13th. 

glair,' pif us .L, (Blair & Marshall), r 1215 

i '•.! WlClthV , i:. • i i" . 

Bla r^ Victor S.. compoBitoi! Journal 
; 1007 w.Sc^ f ;■ I ■ " 

Bla r, William ; E., r |223 e 13th. 

Blpir & karihali (R. L. Bl^ir land J. T. 

1 Marahall), flbrieJB, 306 w 6thi ive, green 

j 1 bouse w A iary aye, bet 9th I and 10th. 

Blaiser, J. S., elk Contineniali Clothing 

House, bdB 819 .jV Locust. . 
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Blape, Anna A iss, operatpr Centra} Union 

Telephones Co., J 903 e Court ave. 



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. Blake, Jessie Miss, student Iowa Business 

College. 
Blake, John, engineer C. St. \>. ifc K. 0. R. 

R„ bds 210 w 10th. u# ! ; 

Blake, L. H., wks undertaking dept L. 

Harbaeh, room 223 w 3rd. | : 
Blake, Mary E. Miss, r 728 e Court ave.' 
Blake, Minnie Miss, student Iowa Business 

College. ' : I ' 

Blake, M. J. Mrs., mugr Women's Ex- 
change restaurant 616 w Locust, r 1510 

e Grand ave. 

Blake, Orwell, grocer (110 w Locust, r 

1519 e Grand ave. 
Blakely, P. B., .student Des Moines College^ 
■ r 1710 w 11th. 

Blakeman, W. E., stationery | engineer,, ri 
,514 w 9th. \ 

Blakemore, Maggie Miss, student High- 
land Park 'Normal College, rooms 
College Hall. 
Blakeslee, Carrie A. Miss, teacher East 
. Des Moines High School, r 1330 e 9th. 

Blakeslee. Chalrles I)., elk Bolton Bros., r 
1605 Capital ave. 

Blakeslee, John, lab, r 1315 e Walnut. 
Blakeslee. John H., elk W. Randolph, r 

1605 b Capital ave. 
Blakey, Simon S., lab, r SOU w I). 

Blanchard, — , wks Iowa Pipe and 

Tile Co. . 
Blanchard, Harry student Iowa Business 

College. 

Blanchard,, Harry. E., printer, r 614 e 
Lyon. j 

Blanchard, Henry, wks National Starch 
Manufacturing Co. , 

Blanchard, Henry E., bkpr John M. Day, 
1215 e Walkej^ 

Blanchard, P. B., hamster, r 1703 e Court 

ave. * 

Blanchard, Will, brick mkr r bds over 324 

e5th. 

Blanchard, W. S., lal>, r 1703 e Court ave. 
Bltmdes, William, lab, r 1733 e Dep Moines. 

Blandeim, E. M., student Iowa 
College, bds 1163 w 6th ave. 

new and second haud 
e Walnut,r 415^ e Walnut. 



Blank, Fran 
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Blank, Jennie Mies, w r ks Me(ritt & Bush 
r 415^ e Walnut, j 1 |" 

Blank, Morris, pressman pampbell Print- 
ing Co., r 415^ e| Walnut \ t 

Blankensee, Minnie Mrs., r lllj'e Dean. 
Blankensee, William! lab, r ill e Dean. 
JBlasdel, J. S., (Mies '4 Blasdbl)« r 2015 w ; 
Pleasant. f J. 

Blasier, Jacob, salesman Continental 
Clothing House, r 975 w 23d., 

Blauschen, William, wks Capital City 
Gas Light C<i, r 723 w 2d. 

Blayuey, Henry, wks C. St. & K. C. R. It, 

r 1190 w 12th. j 

Blayney, Nellie Mrs, r 1 190 jw 12th. 

Bleich, Herman E.,' elk Alfred Hammer, 

r 1183 w 3d, .'■!";' 
Blessing, Jpsie iliss, r 200 w 9th.< 
Bliss, Alvin, r 668 w 12th. J I 

Bliss, Albert N., (A. N. Bliss & Co.), r 

1429 w Locust. 
Bliss, A. N. & Co- , (Albert'Ni Bliss —}, 

fruits and commission merchants 20? 

w 3d. j • 

Bliss, Bird ?B., student 
Commercial College 



Capital City 
r ni w. cor 



w 18th and Woodland ave. 

Bliss, Charles A., wfts C r( LJ& P. R. K,r 
666 King's Row, rear 1816 w Pleasant. 

Bliss, Frank E., foreman Ktatzer Carriage 

Co., bds lllfi W Mulberry. 
Bliss, Fred, railway conductor, r COO W 
• ■ 18th. ; , y • 

Bliss, Harry ,l h machinist Pes Moines j 
Saddlery Co., r 619 e Lyon. 

Bliss, Jacob C$ harness [mkr Des Moine3 

Saddlery; Co., r 619 e Lyon. 
Bliss, James,' foreman Des Moines [Sad- 
dlery, Co., r 619 e Lyon. 
Bliss, Sadie L.I Miss, telegraph operator 
I Western 'IlFnion Telegraph Co., bds. ( 
j 623 e Grand ave. 
Blodget, Annie^ Miss, wks 1344 e Walnut. 
Blodgetti Clara Miss, wks 1059 w 9th. '■ 
Blod^ett, D. Tj, student Iowa College of 

I Law, bds 1316 w 26th 
Bl<>mqui8t, Charles, carpenter, bds 13*3 e 

I Shepard. | j . : 

Blood, Edward E., condu(ftor Des Alpines 

Street 1 R. R., r 227 e Dqs'Moines. 
Blood, James H., wksU. |Pi Harris,* over 
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Bl#n, Jlerntan H., wkp H. j8leoom',!r816 

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Bloom,. John] t^t repairer' fp. B. j& Q. R. 



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Blokini,' P. 4rClk Younger #ros., 

Grand ave. ' 



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Blfbmfield C oal and Winiiig Co., |phn 
■ SWilson pi es, A. VI JNelshnj secy^^as, 
BS. WortU Itreas and 1 mgr{ 319 w 4th and 



Bl|;fldll, B&ey Mrs., r 1436 e'lBuch, 

Blifefc, EdwJrd, painter I) ~ rj! T 
f|{y.,r,l|8^w North. 



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[Bl(|| MaryS.Vka 1225 wMust. ' 
l<|jky Bros. (Joseph |id Soldmon 
@H6tck\f|l wholesale no ;ions, 316 . w. 

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iotekjr, II., Who.. 

jiiiit, r 15t2 ejWalritit. 

Wckklsaao, Wks Blotckyi Br|osi, r 

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#lotcky,>209 

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Bloteky Bros., 

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rtcky, J. Z.,', BtudenJ6 Idwai Business 

c^ge. ■■■ ; . '■,(;■■;!■' 

-lteky, . Solomon (BotckV Bros.), r 
blelby, Iowa,. i ' , . I | . 

^JoseplB.,,wk8Ri.nAall & DibkeV,; 
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Blufc Ltoe Traksfer jCo.. Allen & Mason 
props, 309 v 5th. 

Blii ! P^rk, fro n Claijk to State, b<j>t 23rd 
and 25th. • * 

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Blu:E Street, Fifth- west of Des Moines 
riven from ;North to Frankl n ave, 
North Des Moines. ! 

Bly, A.,' Mrs, Bloomfleld 23, Des ] loines. 

Blyler, Frank F., elk police jud.je and 
aigkt stam ) elk Des Moines post of - 
.. fice, r.818c 13th. I . . 

BlyUr^ Fred, wks I. k. FarSvell, i 818 e 

Blylsr, Jonathan, real estate, r over 522 e 

Grrand A vej •!'.•' 
B'nai ' Jeshiiru l i Congregation (Hebrew 

^"agogue , I. Miieller rabbi j w 8th, 
ior.Weasait. - j • 

Jennie Miss, ^tenographe!' J. D. 
Sebberger, r 513 \y 5th. l , 

JeB, J. H., s udent llowa Business Col- 

,}m- ' i ■'!•■'■' f ; 

Boatman, Geoigd R., stepographer Avery 
PlahtefCo, l--j , ! 

^rg,fHans, weaver, 1121 e ^ennsyl- 

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Bob ), MoseB, bfakeman C. St. P. <fe Kj C. 
Li. R., r 200 Madison. 

Bob' rin, Ghrig t, railroad carpejnter,' r 
Beaver aye nr, w $7th. . ' . 

Bock, Peter, bajker Baker & 'Woods, r 847 
b Pine, 



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Boc tenthein, Fredrick, engineer C. R. I. 
. &P.R. B;, 

Bod 1, Emma Mies, student 
lege, r 612 ? 9th. \ 

Bod i, Hulda Miss, student pallanan Col- 
. j Lege, r. 612 i 9th! ! 

Bod 3ri,'Elizabe,h Miss, wksj 1317 Iw 27th. 
Bod Bn, JameSj c ar penier, bds 615 e lLocust. 
Boggs, George <])., real estate, r 714 w 17th. ' 

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Boeuler, — — ■, Des Mo;(heB Coal Co., *r 
Sevastopol. 

Boetler, Albert, billiarjd hall 100 b Court 
ave. r 108! e Qourt ave.i 

Boenler, Andrew, student Iowa Ilueiness 
; .pllege. j '.'}■'■ ' ' 

Boehler, Chaijh s, bjlliard hall 100 e Court 
ave, r over same. 1 

Boehler Charles, machinist Des Moines f 
Scaje and ^fVire Woifks, r 801 : w 24th. 

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pAy all freight bills, and do a general delivery bus- 
iness. Moving piano?, s»afes and household goods 
a specially]. All orders by Telephone I'SS promptly 
attended ! to. 

Offibje 309 west 5th Street! 

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"Boehler; Maggie Mrs., r 801 jw 24th. 

Boehm, Thomas, conductor C. St. P. h t K. 
CJ.Irtv., bds Aborn Housed ! ' 

Boernian, Hurry, wks C. II. Muhn, bds 
715 k w Grand ave. , f< . 

Bofingelr, Edward A., tinner, 'bds Ardmore 
Hjbtel. ■ • | 

Bofmgejr. George G., tinner E. J.'IIoh- 
beriger, bds. Ardmore Hotel. 

Boganright, George, Bloomfleld 18, Des 

. Mdines. ' I i 

Bogartj George, treas Iowa National 
Sfjulldirig and ; Loan Association, r 

?ienandoah, la. | " \ 

p, Maggie Miss, wks 413 w 9th. < 
isogaej-s, Maggie Miss, seamstress, r ovler 
> . q[l«? w Locust. I 

Bogile, C. D., bds Kirk wood House. 1 1 

' Bohfjnnoh,jJe88e, wks Oscar Edinburn, r 
' 109 Jefferson, 8 Des MfoineB. 

Bohannan, Jesse, wks Oscar Edinburn & 
I (to., r 415 w 9th. 

Bohemian, j Nellie Mrs., r 415 w 9th. 

Boiata, Ernest, wks J. K. <$j W. H. Gilcrest, 
r 102 e Raccoon. , 

Boice! Robert A., elk Tinsley Bros*! rooms 
j W ltjth ur Pleasant, j 

Boies, Horace, Governor of Iowa, bds 
t <Savery Hotel. 

Bolden, Albert, cook Mibs A. A. Boyd, 
room 512 w s 5th. 

Boldtfn, Edwin, lab, r 316 e 1st. 

Bdlen, E. C, physician, r 1032 w 21st. 

Boles, Tnomas, ' Saylor I 20, East Des 
.! Moines. j . 

Bolhjr, Alfred, pointer, r 816 e Des Moines. 

• Bolltfr, John, plumber C'J W. Fowler; r8l6 

, e I)e8 Moines. 
Boiler, Mollie Mrs., seamstress, r 810 e j 

• J Moines 



Bollman, Fred C, (jook, r 1CJ05 w Mul- 
berry, 

Bolu, John, Saylor 2 J, Des Moinesi ; 

Bolster, William 31., brake man' C. R! I. & 
. P. R. R., room's pl2 e 9th.' A ! 

Bolstra, II., tailor Samuel ' Bolstra, r rear 
• 412 es Oth. . j • 

Bolstra, Samuel, tailor, r rearj 412 e s 6th. 

Bolten, John K, carpenter, r 408 w School. ' 

Bolten, William, compositor [Iowa '. Staats 
Anzeiger, r 408 w School. 

Boltmau, ♦John, lab, bds 419 w Grand ave. 

Bolton, , wks Iowa Pipe and Tile Co. 

Bolton, Anna A. Mrk, dressinkr, r over 
1002 w 10th. I 



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hardware and stoves 524 e Locust. 

Bolton, E. 31, Mrs., r 513 e Pennsylvania 
ave. ■ ' I \ . 

Bolton, Homer, elk Boston JBros., r 513 e 
'Pennsylvania ave. j ; 

Bolton, John, brick setter, bds 832 e'Des 
Moines. j 

Bolton, Kittie Miss, telegrabh operator^ 
over 1(|02 w 10th. ; j , 

Bolton, L., elk Bolton I^rosJ, r 1302 e Cap- j 
itol ave. > j 

Bolton, Leander (Ejolton Bros.), r 710 e 
5th. j . 

Bolton, Lewis (Bolton Bros.), r 1802 e 
Capitol ave, ; 

Bolton, Lottie Miss, dressmkr, r over 1002 

W 10th. _ I . ;' I ( 

Bolton, Bernhardt, wks upholstering dept 
L. Harbach, r 408 w Sehool.t 

Bomer Bros. (J. 3E. and 'JF. A. Bomer), | 
contractors and buildejrs 1163 w 19th, f. 

Bomer, Daniel, lab, r ,1328 w Grand ave. 

Bomer, E. P., contractor 
1161 w 19th. 

Bomer, F. A. (Bomer Bro[ 
and North. 

Bomer, J. E. (Bomer Broil.), r 1163 w 19th. 

Bomer, John, 'waiter, !r 1329 w Grand ave. 

Bon, Florence 1 Miss, wks 1 1335 w 6th ave. 

Bonbright, Charles H., elk .Ainswortli &^< 
Bonbright, r723|w|)th. 

Bonbright, John S. (surviving partner of 
Aiusworth '&•' Bonbright), agricultural 
implements, anc} • carriages, r 207 v 
Court ave. , ' i 

Bond, Alfred II,, elevator attendant H. C- 
Harris &, Co., r 1040 w 16th. 



and builder, r 
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, ,.3Ioines Packing t p., :: 608 b B 5tl}. | 
Boil, Fannie • £. Missjclk W. Ti Gakon 

i T r. 1040 iv loth: ,; , , , I 

Bend, Grace Miss, elk IF. )V. Dean, r 1040 

'; wltith. V ■ . ,|! 
B( nd, Hanmih.- Mrs., r 1040 w 10th 
Be nd, Henry wks Liverpool & Des Mc|ine> 

; ; iracking%r609jeBl0th. / * 

J&d, Jaines *ty.\ city lam] 3 lighter, r 
' .^-i'.e.s 5th.! | ' '.. ■ ' < 
; B( -d, Matilda! Mrs., r608 m b 5th. 
'■m! .'je, C. S.j tniisic teacher r rdoinl7 bver. 
! Sf-w 5th cor Locust. ■]. , . ' ! . 
B( mtieldj W S., briekmasah, r 1 York cor 
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Sell, U. A., r 140419th, 1 
&per, Amanda Mrs., r fq9 w 



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Bc^uier, William, waiter Savery House. ; 

Bennett,; Gr&ee Miss, 6tudent Capital, 
i; City Comim^rcial College, r 92] w' 

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Basett, Diana Mrs., r Grant Park. 

B|Jkmanri, 6., rooms Wei w 6th, s e 
m .Grand ave^ | 

Mjman, Hiilda' Miss, elk p. E. Jlisse 
' f Bro.. rdoms 827'e 5^h. | j • | 

Junior, Walter H., bkpr Dps Mom 
ijsmlome Furnishing House, bds bOfr 
• 'iGrand'ave.., 

B( one, ' Edward, teamster, jbds w ;2d, cor 
!New York aye, Englewood. ( , 

Bpr, Artliur, student Ipwii Business Col- 

fetli, Carrie Miss, 'student Capital 
iuiGity Commercial College, x 585 w 



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Bo|jh, Wifge- E.,, tWeling salesman 
I if; Untidy ,& QlmstCd. r ^ w 20th. 
IMlio, |Lf, elk SdofieM, Shurmer ifc 
l! P'agtyr 1205 w High! |; ! 

Ifeobthe, Wffliam E., mn^r fcofield, Shur- 
j ^mer&jTeagle, r 1205 4 High. /i 

|B6otho, William M.," shying elk. Sco- 
>; tij'Id,- Bhurmer & Tetfgle, r ,82051 w 

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^ton, John O., compbsitorl Daily Capital, 
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Boaton, Ja&i p H. Miss, inu^ic teiicher, r 

.ma-w'iith, ' 

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B^otoii, Maggie Mrs., tyks* De^ Moines 
Laundry, r 305 Mon roe, s Des Moines. 

Bqoton, Wet ley L., pr?ssman Carter & 
Hussey, \ 121J3 \V lM.' . j 



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r'der, Lauia Miss, stjudent j Capital 

City Coi lmercial College,' r 1505 w 
9iti\ ■ ■ ■ I . ' I 



:24th. 



Bqrdop, Maggie Mrs., r! 305 Monroe, s Des 

Moines. .' 1 * ' ' 
'Bcjrg, Agnes 
B^rgenspn, 

BQrkins, Henry, wks vi r. nest, Das' sec 
28' w 20tl . 

: Borland, L^ouise Ijlrs., r!717 w 4th. 

House, ti 
1540;eLy|)mlJ | 

Bq^rie, Char! ?s M., drjver 

Steam La indry, bds Hotel Goldstbne. 

j3o||Bcert, J* P., traveling salesman Israel m 



:, Agnes Jliss-wks ,1030 w 21st. 
;en6pn/'Aadr<Jw, ca:*p, r 765 w 12tl). 
;ins, .HeJi^wks' 4 P. West, bdsl se 



Bros^. 



ham 
say 



Lestc rJ r. 1004 i ^Linden. 



Benj atnln, mijter Proctor Coal - 
Co., rnrn i i^s Proc ;or Coal Co. h 

Bofeton I' ^ - 1 - ' ~ - 









'Ave., JDleventl north of Das * f°S 

J^oinee ri 1 dr from : th &ve to Hamil 
ton North no reland . 

Boiton, itta »: isa, wks i 305 W. G. J Heg- 
I ' ele, ^Ipnrc e, 1b Des ! Ilbines. 

Bo ton, Louise 3Iiss, r 1! SI e Des Moines.. c,ett 

Bo well.: Geori^e, lab r li)ll e B. PSsS 

BoswellJ Geor^ef F., wjs Liverpool and t?«i*5 
Des Moines Packini Co., r 1011 e B. ^^ 

Bo wortl^, ^defide Mrs.Jlr 603 e 12th. " ^°^ 

Boi 



Iwortn, Jestie V. itiss, bkpr Iowa B Wfc I 
Tra(:t Socjetjjr, r 60ijje 12th. *Lg {? 






Bo^hera8; Danfe), Bld^Jnfield ; 1ft Des 

Molriesr ... 

Des g$K 



BottierasjWil Jam,*. Bljcomfield 1,8 
Moihe&J 

kin, Atrahiiri> H., dlk Post Offlde, r ^Jr'" 1 

,1330 e Waln'iL ■ ' j Pgpg" 

in, JI,.J.U[r8.,r92iw7th.| ' ! log. 

3fprdl Dora Miss, r 1 1 30 w 6th j^ve * ? ■? 3 

tr goods, Old w 



fer.Mwl2th. . jf/ I' ' • i J i ■ - Adv 

Office over lowAlNAi ion^l bank, oorl 4th| 

hf : ;i' 'i - 1. i ■ f .•■'[■■.■■ ■■ . [ 



ifbrd, (^. ]U novel 
Walnut, r 315wL)tU8t. 

Botj:enfi€ld[jaiie Mrs., i 1326 w 

~*"'"enfi.cldJ J. p., forcmanPo 



Advactite, ■• 1326 w 



2rth. 



AND U^LNUT 




28th. 



o 

» 

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■■■' r* 

k County *• -o 



Manager 
j for Iowa. 

6. 896 Adv. 



8f« 



J. F. fi. DRAKE "^^t^^* Gravel Rdofer 

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DES MOINES DIKECTORY. 



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Iowa Busing 



SB 




Botteufield, L. S., Professor] English Lit- 
erature, Drake University, r 1330 w 

27th < ' 

Botteufield, William II., meat market, r 
132Q w28th. ;« 

Bottomley, Thomas II., paruessmaker 
Koenigsberger & Sor,, r 1115 < w 
Locust. i 

Boudewyns, Albert, elk Goldstone & Red- 
stone, r 1351 e 9th. ! 

Boude\iviis, Alfred, tobacclo stripper M. 
Storii & Co., r 13hl e 9tk 

Boudewyns, Andrew, lab r 1351 e 9th; 
Boude^'ns, E. P., student 

College. 
Boudewyns Frank J., wks to J. McClene- 

hap. ' ' : : .; 

Boudeivyus, George, wks Peter Bou&c- 
.. . wyns. • ,' : 

Boudewyns, M. Miss, dressmkr Younker 
Bros., r 307 \v Locpt. 

Boudewyns, Peter, harnessmaker 807 w 
Locust, r w 40th near Beaver ave. 

Bougsty, Lena Hiss, wks r 1310 w 7th, 
Boulevard. — From Grand ave south and 
west to 38th, Brown's Woods. 

Boulevard— From w l4th southeast to 16th, 
South Riverside Pars. - | ! I 

Boulger, Bridget Mrs., b510 Jefferson s 
Des Moines. p , 

Boulder, David, elk John Benson, r 405 
Hillside ave, s Des Moines. 




oon Valley Coal 
s Des Moines. 

Jnited States Ex- 



'i 



Boulger, John, miner C 
Co., rj 510 Jefferson, 

Bourne, Edwdn F., cash 
press Co., r 1337 w 1th. 

Bonrpe, G. W., r 1337 wl7th. 

Boven, Anna Miss, wks p04 e gj 9th. 

Bover, Jacob, butcher, J 808 e 14th, 

Bowdish, Albert, lab f942 w 11th. 

Bowdish, George IL, Wks Morgan Well 
Auger Co., r 942 w 11th. 

Bowdish, J. ^ r ., brick mason, r nr Des 
Moines Brick Works, s Greenwood 

. Park. ' , '"[ . : : 

Bowdish, Philo W., retired r 942 Sv 11th. 

Bowe, Jennie. P. Mrs., artist, r 10Q4 w 7th. 

Bowen, B. "W.. prop The People^' Com- 
mercial College, r 1139 w 22d. 

Bowen, Charles, messenger Bradstreet 
(Mercantile Agency, r w 19th 8 e cor 
Crocker.i 



Tdwne & 



i > 



Bowen, Cromwell, atty- room 405 Iowa 
I^oan & Trust Bldg., r 04(> w 3ndJ 

Bowen, I?. L., clkr532 w4tl[|; J 

Bowen, E. L., bds Savery house. 

Bowen, Iris A., Carpenter, r.a335 w 28ct 

Bowen, James A., wks Ame-ican School 
Book Co., r 830 w 3d. ' , • 

Bowen, John F., farmer, r (Madison | n of 
Highland Park Normal Collegej 

Rower, janitor Irving School, r 762 w 
,11th. "| . )j . j 

Bower, Charles, w r eaver Des Moines Cot- .; 
ton Mill, r Grant Park. ' L) i I 

Bower, Fannie Miss', wks Des. Momts In- 
stitute of Homeopathy, r 613 e Lyon. 

Bower, John, wks Des Moines Cotton 
Mill, r Grant Park. ' 

Bower, Lena- Miss, wks Des Moines Cot- 

ton Mill, r Grant Parki \ 

Bower, W. P. Mrs., r 1202 it Grand, ave. 

Bowers, Diana Mrs., r 1005 w Locust. 

Bowers, C. O., student Iowa Business Col- 
lege, i 

Bowers, James, elk Lang Bros. 'I. 

Bowers, Joseph, millwrigpit, DesjMoines 
Manufacturing & , Supply Co., bds 
Central House. 

Bowsers, O. E., student Iowa Business Col- 
lege. ; I |. j f ■ 

Bowers, William, weighmaster Bldomfield 
Coal Cttj, r Miicdv Clay,' s Des 
Moines, j • . ' ! ■ j< . - 

Bowers. Willis A., wks Bloomneld Cos! 
Co., r 1320 w 4th. 

Bowker, Augusta Miss, (teacher Capital 

City Cqmmercial College r lnl ff 

Locust. ' J 

Bowlby,' Gordon, teamster McNutt & 
Sons, r 1108 w High ■ j 

Bofwles, Pj H., carpenter, r 842 W 19th. 

Bowler, R. M., (Prolity-Briwler 'Soap Cp^j 
rooms 416 w Chestnut.' ( 

Bowlin, Ella, Miss, wks 1327 w 9th. 

Bowlin, Emily Miss; wki 24d or Wood 
land ave. 

Bowlin, J. A., lab r 520 U 15th. j 

Bowlin, Martha Miss, wks 1446 jrc 8th. 

Bowliis, M. M., travel nfc agt Schell £ 

Thornton, r 1004 w Enos. 
Bowman, Anna Miss, student III ighland 

Park! Normal College. 




eal Estate &. Exchange Broker 

2?Q WE8T 5th ST. j€LAPP| BLOCK 




CoijtractdrB for Plumbing, 



1J0W 



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ES MOINES DIHECTORV 



Bowj*fth,jMary Miss, wks 819 w 7tK. 
B(}lv f jln,f Matilda Miss,'wk|s 74j0, w ltfth. 

W^lant JK. T. V., M'l iig't for Iojra, 
mm a&ingtoii Lifeln'si Co., 321 w "Vfal- 



T- 



H(f man; Do Forest, elk M. Ti V. B6w- 
gnian, r 217 w Sfchoblj j f 

IjJvviiiau, Huldalr Miss, saleswoman, C, 

* t - : Kisser & Bro., r 627 3 ah. : , 

Botvihiinv, "J. G., comp0iit3r Iowa State 
5l|iri4or,rlll3watK. , - : ! 

Bofc|in,ice,labi'5l{|^tli. ; 




BING 

,4th and Loo^t. 'Hi 

t: — 






COMPANY. 

I U j EOT ' 7ATI2 iM Q^S ^THH&. 



2J7 WiSchoof. 



• ii* i 



Lorn 



Street-Fifth [qak of Oth ave. 
Ovid , ave (o\ Eudid,j Highland 



Bqwfa, David^ janitor fywa S^ate I^eg^S' 

.'B^vrner, John, waiter Almoin House. V 

B^jjz le, Marshall, porter Slavery hotel, 
fa /it om8 .115 w Crrarid ave. J " : ,|., 

imer, Freddricty baij ff Grand Jury, 
620 Madison s Des M oine^ s. ! ■ 

Ip? pc , Al Richard, weighni aster W. St. *L. 
gp R: h; R., r ll48jw 8d. 

^.b,. Arthur, printer, r^ 1129 w 2d. 
'$J A. A. Miss,| s reBtiuraht, il&Olty 

lulbenry. 
cor .Locujst.'i , 
;,bds l 814-w( PleW 



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,^arahMif*s,r 980 w 25th. 



i B °y. 

Boyji Staeet, twfelfth north of North from 
i ' . (>;8tli td 14ti, Grand View. | 

Boyjj, Thomas, reiinjd, . r pyer ,412 w \ 

■. JliOJUSt. -' j ' : " 

Boyc, William R, (J. M. Boyd & Co.,) r 
607 w Mul )erry. f T ' ' 

Bcfysr, feesiue Miss, wjks 1391 e Oth. 

Boyc r J. Al. t loots 'afad shoes, 318 w Cth 
av*, r753v 19th.|. ' 

Boy}* ,t , John ft ., motjorneer Des i*Moines 
i E tfreet Rail vay Co., r 316 e 12tli. 

Boy! 4 Aferahan, real estate, r 016 e 
I Walker. ^ n ' 



Boy 



Boyl 



Mojnes I 
Monies, 



( ' fl"'6tli l aye,fr007 w IV 

I I%a IMock, |w 5th, s e 
||itf^,'CharleB, stiiden 

■ pit !. , " | ' ' . 

Boyd, w. J.; train dispatcher CVR. I. &iP. 

\\l\ k, r 600 w 4th. 

[Bojil; Ibrank, student Jowa Business Col 

■tjt/4eieJ« 

I.B 



14 



§1, Hi E., Vic6 Pre^. National Real ': 
^ate'liivejstment Co. ■■■'*■.' 

\ ilslmes M\i (J. M. Boyd & Po.,) ,r 
3 W; Grand ave, , f 

J,'jBI...$' po,, (JaniesJM. and w. 
%;> Boyd) groqers-^00 w 6th ave. 

.Bf)| fl, James W., agt Singe : Sewing Ma-j 
[^chiiieCo.lrp80W25th, ■ : ■ ( , 

yi,.Iqin,d3livery elk I [urlbut. Ward 
m C6., r 815 w Walnut. 
Kgjl, ,J( soph Rev., pa^or United Fresbv- 
I |f ( ' ri: $ ( 'hjirch, r 11 10 w High. . ' 

™<-%lnia ,A.,» plasterer and contractor, 
|!frl^hy.8tlj.] '[ ■ ' ■• ' : ,j 

^'yJ.LjT 7 Mrs.r980w 25thi 

•!«>yi-M|sirirarpt! Miss, studeul Highland 
- Ifark. .Normal College. ! -'; • 



gardener, r'1854 e Walnut. 

» I ■ i ' ! ■ : 



: .L Edward^ 



James 



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■> 




expressman, r 1000 w 3d. r 



iV., engirieer shops Pes 
ljion.R. R., r 1381 e Des 



C3h" 

4) 



Boyld, Joht, la'), r 1000 w 3d. 

Boylj -, iToh i- B.J- fireman Iowa Printjri 

I' (^>. • r 1 m\ v 3d. i -,' " ' r 

Boy](, .fohr 1 G.j cooper J. Seymour, ir 01|9 

'■" P fElrri. . p 
'jBoyl.e; Laviniil Vliee, jr 616V Walker. 

Boyi.e, 1 ; Matgi.4 Mis$, student ^ Highland 
[Park l^ornal .College. 

Boy Le, Mary 1 [ iss, njirse, bjls 1?31 e Dcjs 

j Moines. 

Boy 



Iden Rule Clothing House 

D.M.JOHNSON A SON. 

v 'ft ' ■ ' 



'■ 



L|, Peter^ lkfb^ r 1000 w 3d. 
Boyl|, Richard lab,;r 1331 e Des Moineff 

Boy l'| '.William H ! .,|real e^state, )r ! 016 e 

Walker. ■ } ' • I. ' 
Boy en^ Dora' i: rs., dress mfcr ^rs. Nettie 

*. Lefier, r l'llOlw High. ,» 

it''' J ' ' ' 

Boyl|n,' S. S.t finisher Western White 
ironzeCi.rllllOwHigh. 

Boy$to£, Edwa rd J!, deputy treas Polk 
bounty, r v r 35t ji I nr If orth. 

Boy r ton, Jennie Mifes,| r 1000 e Lyon. 

Boyt, John, b]q»rLederer, Strauss & Co., 
:ir|1166w8ti. ■ | 

Boyt, Walteij, traveling salesman Thos. 
A. Mansfi|e:d,irl420wi4th. 

1 ! I i ' 

Bra^e, J. J^Miis, elk Youngerman Bros. 

Bracplin, Pa\rJck||T.,' miner Rose Hill 
1 ;oal (L'blfr ^09 Hilldide ave s De^ 
ioine8. 



5 & 

si 

# Q. 






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Bra 






ijewcll, ^'illiaki Ej butcher C. 
Amend,r 1 02 M Chestriut. 



Bracket 1 , Fred A., upholsterer Carman & 



(Schmitt (M^nufacturihg Coi, r 1127 w 
jkhool. 




(t) 



% IH 



ER0 ,kND 
.11 1 St. 





Cfl ? 118 bra DES 

ri £ ■ : - 

^"g J Brackett, Mifton, grocer, r 1127 w School. 

£r ** Braden, Thomas R., traveling salesman 

151& w 

lkr, r 203 e 



506 M*:508(|IiJllitl5)lnr 

, Lopust Street. J Lo^aWJ^ii 







•tti 



advance Thresher Co., 
_ . Grand a ve. • 

<!>> uO Bradford, Lizzie Miss, dress i 

"5 g Bradford, Martha Mr*., r 140(| e Buchan- 

=T^ f *"' ' J I 

■5 oS -Bradford, Sophronja Miss, wks 816 w 

»*"! High. I 

— ej^ Bradish, I). E., elk Redhejad, , Norton, 
*g Lathrop ■& Co.,r 1038 w ISth, j 

O*; g Bradish, John G., bkpr and dashier H. C. 
, Oti Harris & Co., r 1038 w 13th. 

■'03 • Bradley, Albert,' miner, r 1452 e Des 

O" '* Moines. 

• . '; I 

iH • 5: Bradlev, Anna Miss, r 2 e Turk Allev. 

^£" O Bradley, Anna L Miss, teacher Julia 

. . Ward Howe School, r il50 w 15th. 

-J-}D i [ 

dtiO Bradlev, Cecil, salesman Read & Traversy, 

£<5>- r 012 w 14th. 

. Bradley, Cyrus II., lab, r 2 e Park Allow 
Bradley, Frank, compositor, r 012 \v 14th. 
Bradlev, Maev Miss, elk ,'. L. Masoiii, r 
012 -w 14th. ; 

Bradley, S. C, machinist, ' r over 201 w 

Walnut. L i 

f 
Bradley, Susie Miss, sales^onmn, Head 

I & .Traversy, r0l2\v l-litli. 

Bradley, William, conductor C. St. P. $ 
^ Hi . K.'C.^. H., r 1120\v ^ulberry. 

■ Tj SI i Bradshaw, J Edward, delivery elk Lan 
,yj| tfl Bros. 

Di£ Bradshaw, James N., Cottage Home Build 
■ * ■ jng Association. | 1 1 ' 

Mr y. Bradshaw, Joseph N., carpenter ' and 
JSjl builder, r 112 w Franklin. 

^^ J Bradshaw, Louis LI., detective, r 1245 w 

fc Bradstreiet Mercantile Agency, 
ll q ' Charles Orsinger, supt., office, rooms 
■*■ - 203 and 204 Iowa Lotfn & Truit Co. 

jbldg- ' ' I 

Bradway, Jonathan farmer r n w Grand 
ave nr Brown's Park., j 

Bradway, Theodore, fanner and stock 
dealer, r w Grand ajve nr Bijown's 
Park. 



MOINES DIRECTORY; i# 

Bradway & Bradway , (W, j jj\ ajid W. 
Bradway) physicians and | surgeons, 
over 1903 w Cottage Grove 1 ave. ; 

Brady, Edward, lab r 422 e Court ave. 

• j 
Brady, James G.,.w*ks J. J. Meyers, r 712 

w r High, 'j 

engineer, r 



S 




Brady, Michael, locomotive 
1205 w Grand ave. 

Brady, Philips plasterer, bds 718 w Cherry., 

Brady, Philip, miner Rose Hill Coal Co., 
bds 1015 w Vine; ' j 

Brady, Ivate Mrs., boarding iiouse, 107 w 

7th. . j ' 

Brafford, Richard T., lab, r 1212 4th, s.Des 
Moines. 

BraiTonl, Thomas J. s lab r 307 ws 0th ave. 

Bragdon, Edwin C., teamster Roddewitr- 
Schmitt Cracker Co., e Court ave ur 
25th. 

Bniu .', Charh's, teamster Prputy & Pratt 
V > bis 500 w 3rd. 

Bra;.i\. Clinton, policeman, ( r 1308 e Des 
,>i nines. ' j 

Bni««g, EdwinJ elk, r 1031 e Center. 

1 k I i 

Bragg, Frank ' S., ctirpenterj II. A. Eaton 

V 144 1 <j> Capital ave. j 
Bragg, George, wks Henry ^vunsch. 

Bragg, George A., grocer 

r 840 w 0th ave. 

■ i i 

Bragg, J. C, policeman, 

Moines. , 

Brainard, Don 0., attorney room 5 
Equitable blk, and ("Saturday Re 
view") r 1618 w r Arlington ave. 

Braithwait, I^Iary Miss, wks 1305 Wood 
landave. ! 



1 



300 w Walnut, 
1308 e Des 



Ol^wOth. 
Moines Street 



Bradway W,, (Bradwav 
1903 w Cottage Grovt 

Bradway, W. P., (Bradway & Bradway) 
r 1903 w Cottage Grove ave. ' 



& Bradway), r 
ave. 



Bramsen, Selma Miss, wks 

Bramhall, J. A., w f ks Des 
R. R. Co. / 

Braiid Adela E. Mrs., r 211 w 10th. 

Brand, Charles, section workman C. St. P 

&K. C. R. R. bds 1312 4th, s Dc 

glomes. . 

Brandaugh, Lue Miss, wks- 1015 w 21st. 
Brandenburg, E. A., operator Westeri 

Union Telegraph Co. 
Brandon, Maria Mrs., r 75o w T 10th. 
Brandt, Amos W., auditor Polk comity, 

r 1224 e Grand ave.; , 

Brandt, A. P., wks National Starch Manu-. J 

facturing Co., r Chestjerfield 



Brandt, Edward, carpenter* r Grant 



Pari 



aii w ineutt fit I All Garments are Made and Trimmed 
tii n. uocu.i o*. i |n Late9tand j Mo8t Artlstlo Manner. 





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1)ES MOINES DEKECTORY. 



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1204 



Brabdt, Gus, la 3, r 1377 e9ti. 

Briiidt, Isaalc, 1 po^mastei^ Des Moifa 
Jollicfe room 2 Government Bldg, r l|£ 
/•e (frand ave. ; 

.Btfandt, Joseph lab, r 1506 e Court ave. 

Btlndt S&eetfrom Dean aye to' Nortl 
;?, Grailt Part 'and York's^ Choice.;' 

Brdmlt, Vf. Ji, mail carrier;, r 508 Mon- 
roe, s Des Moines, i j^ 

lumber 



' v -'' 

"«T.:|id8EPflJ ' Mb, I Manufacturer* oi j 

liewSlffAit W Grade Floor 



and 



Brandtman, J. D., plumber (John ColUs> 
I r 1)13 e Wa' ker. . f | s 

Brandtmifin, Lirs, • plasWer and Drifcki 
ijhyerJrOlSejWalkerJ 

Bnjndtman, Magdalene E. Miss, student 
. f Knst Des Mjoimfs High School, r 91$ e 

- | IWill/vOL*. 

Br|nnj, Carlen II., engineer Des Moines 
; ; Union Rj Y., r 1524 W Walnut; 

Brannan, E.| student Ciillanaji' College. 

Brfuinan, John P. Vailed 19,! Des Moin|s 

Bnuhum, Em'ery, stopklnan.i 1227 w2M 

Bi| linen; Janus F.,^ardener, r (1227 'Vf 

'r' 1 *-. 1 iM '[ 

Bruniicn; 'Olivoir C; foreman Mall 
"'- f Tiling r 12215 w 21stl j j 

Brhlinenl I., janitor Ofti^e h\dg, r 923 w 

kHi^U' -■ : '■ ! il ■ ■ "*' 

BtJ jison, Frank W.,horse dealer, r w 28th 
'tejcorCothitre Grove ayq. i i I <- 1. . 

B mson, Samuel, farmerir v :.217 e Pine. 
IHnt.k, Grant 12, Chbstert eld. 
B ant, JVter, Grant 12,jcher:erfield, 
Bi lusj-li, AViiu,: Dela ware 3,3, j Des 3I6in^s. 
B atrsovskf-, Frank, tailor; r! 028 w 1st. 
Bititrsovsky, Jpueph, tailorj r 928 w Up. 
B lUtltiboro Ave.— Seventh riorth pf Ccn- 

j tor frnin wfeist 2$th to jfflth, Kingmjin 

: ; : Place. ' ' • I 

IB feon, James, wks it P. Harrier 13J46 
(' Fremont. 



Bandit, (.'. C, wks a St.j P. & K. C. JR. 
j||U., r t 1536e Lyon. . \ ; j ' ! [ ■ 

B iui, Charles, wks city scales, b&s 023 
I \v *>fV ■ l 1 • i 

j: • ' , I i j •• -i .1 - 

iti\l Thomas A., student Callanan C61- 
I lege, r College Home. | ,"•',' 
|c:ht, \\\ L contractor a 1 nd' builder, 1 r 
V-1028wl3th[ J . ; Tl ' \J.\ 

v<kWi<lge, C. D.; dgarlmkr r 1208 e; 
•minont.. - ■ .' p'| ■. !l ! " T 

■kenritlgG, (Charles, cjtyj salesman F. 
^V.iVoungerman.,-.. " 



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e ikenric ge, 
Locust. 



Br 






jBiephenridge, 
Loc'usi;. 



Jane, ^Iiss, over 418 e 

Bi&kinridge; Martha Mrs., r 1038 w B. 

Biedimus, Ade ine, r i330 w Grand ave[ 

jBiedimus, 
1327 e 

firediinus, 



Ade 

Fradk, (Bredimus & J(ansen,),"r 



:t ave. 



POU 

Johd, retired[ r 1330 >v Grand 



aye. 

(limus, 

Brydimus, 
! r im 

Brtdinnis, 
827 e ,Lyon 

Brlelimuq & 
and Mathi 



,11, r T05^v 

Bdecdlovb, 3Iat 
iCp'WEliu. 

•et'dlovej, Kile 
Co. . 

."Rife^dlove 

; 1 1. .p. kj 

B 'eeman, 

' ; f 5th. 

'Breeman, 

1 Tl 1 \ 



^Catie 



Breeman, 

Ereeman, 

I fee man. 
'[• .-5th. 

Iiteiiord," 
trie s 
' field. 

|*eliord, 
Stree 



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119 



Isabella Miss, over 418 e 



Johi Jr., r 1330, w Grand ave. 

Mau rice, ,wks Gdrter & Hussey, 

e' Court ave. 

i 

Niclolas,*wagon& 207 e 5th, r 



ensen, (Frank Bredimus 
is J ens' en,)l' carriage and 
isigq paiutets 4J0 e 5th. 

Bitaiden, H. 0. Rev., pastor Central 
\ IjChr istiaSi C hurch, r 923 w H igh 

^re|'dlove, : Jolin H., wks I). JM. «fcK. 0. H. 




Elm. 

Ida. Miss 1 , laundress, r rear 

v, wks D. H, McDaneld & 

3 
afayette, wks'jD. M. & K. 

105 w Ehm j 
Miss, piuaic teacher, r 818 



Lizzi 

Itedstjone, r 



3 Misq, elk Goldstone & 
818eJ5th. 



Mami e Miss, r 818 e 5th. 
Robeit, machinist, r 818 e 5th. 
Thomas, wks A. Anderson, r 818 

Charhs, wks Des Moines dec- 
reet F ailway uo|, bds 500 e Gar- 



IMtilardlCo-fl^l'" 1 



College. 



Frantt, motonier Des Doines 
Railyay, bds 500. e Garfield. 

Brenian, J. E., t^am^ter, * 8few 12th. 

Bremer School, Miss El] a Goodrell prin, 
, e 1 Dea ^toicfs bet 1st and 2d. 

Bremoreg, Fran ^, lab bds 814 w Pleasant. 

IjJremsen, Laura E. Miss,' wks .1175 w 9th. 

Brenauer,Xavi^r, miner pes Moihes Coal 
I Co., i nr Gi,l(sou Coal Mines, Sevaste- 

. pol. 

student papital City 
Gomlm^rci|sll College. 
Br'eniman,' Charles, student Iowa Business 



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DES MOINES DIRECSTOKY. 



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^ Breniman, Frederic, student Iowa Busi : 

be ness College. 

■ k Brenizer, Lionel, student Highland Ifcrk 

£ _ Normal College, ' ' 

I Brenizer, Oscar, student Highland Park 

5 Normal College < 

; . Brenkman, C/K., lab, r 1411 w Locust, 

i Brennan, Catherine Mrs., r 1117 w 6th 



c • ave. 

/- Brennan, Hugh, city solicitor, office City 

teSS Hall, r 81b e 5th. 

.■•>•§]'« Brennan, James, boiler mkr Des Moines 

-gi 9 ' Manufacturing & Supply Co,, r 229 e 

.5^5 ^h. 

^ \j Brennan, Katie Miss, printer Daily News 

;«? . Co., r 1,059 w 5th. 



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Brennan, Maggie Miss, wks C. II. I. & P. 
depot, r 1117 w 0th ave. ' 

■gf [*j Brennan, Nora Miss, printer Daily News 

jg.A . Co., r 1050 w 5th. l 

S j Brennan, Robert, machinist The, Iowa 

SP : K ■ Machine, Novelty & Brass Works, 813 

«ra ^ e 5th. 

* § o Brennan, Thomas, wks A. Anderson, r 818 

js 5 e 5th. 

pi * Brennan, Thomas L„ city fireman, bds 
v j 1117 wCth ave. , .. * 

j --T-* Brennen, Thomas T., asst bkpr McFarlin, 
" ^0? Regur, Bowen & Co., r 1059 w 5tli. 

(3> Brenniman, C. E., student Iowa; Business 
t^ College. '-. 

! : Brenniman, G. F., student Iowa Bi^siuess 
i^gjr College. . , v 

(?) > Brenniman, O., student Iowa Business 
^T College. ! 

Brenton, Alice Miss, teacher Elmwood 
School, bds North cor 35th. 

'Brenton, C. F., secy IoWa Machine,, 
Novelty an/l Brass Works, r 852 w 1 
5tli. "' v ' j 

Brenton, Eva A. Miss, student Des Moines 
College, bds w •llth cor College ave. 

Brenton, Jennette, student Callauan Col- 
lege, r 852 w 5th.' ' 

Brereton, William, bricklayer, r 1404 e 
Walnut. 




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Brereton, William, brickmason, r 1352 e 
14th. 

Brereton, W. M., coal, r 1341 e Lyon. 

35 J < Bresson, Louis, butcher, r 121, w Grand 
Of fll ave. 

q Brewer, B. G., builder and contractor, r 
1115 w Laurel. 




Brewer, Charles, j cook E. Ay. & O. M. 
Hon: an, r e 12th. 

Brewer, Ellis, student Highland Park' 
Normal College, r College Hall. 

Brewer, Oscar, student Highland Park 
Normal College^ j r 

Brewer, [E. J., blacksmith and carpenter, 
r 2007 w Cottage Grove' ave. '' 

Brewer, Fred, r 3^)3 w L Short. 

Bf-ewerJ George d., real estate, ( r 1427 e 

| Court ave. ' 

Brewer I. D., general agt ana mngr Ault- 

i mai, Miller & Co., r 820| w 15th. 

Breweit Jacob DJ, cooper, r 303 w Short. 

Brewer, Jacob DJ, cooper j Seymour, r 
3Q3 e Shaw. | . ! 

Brewer, James A., deputy 

eniie collector, r 934 w 13th. 

Brewer, Jambs A., deputy internal f 
revenuci collector, r 984 w 13th. ( u 

Brewer, James p., elevator attendant, L. 
Harbach, r809w$th. I j 

Brewer, Joseph, retired, r 1308 e. Capital 

ave. I •' ' ■ 

Brewer, Lillie IViiss, bookbinder Carter & 
Hu^sey, r 3)3w Sli(frt.!| ' 



internal rev- 



Brewer, iMarga 
I 2d. 



jjet Miss, dress mkr, r 719 w 

Brewer. Oscar, student fflfighland Park 
Normal C6 liege, i! 

Brewer, W», copper J. Seymour, r 402 es 

7th.i ' . ! 

Brewer, William, brakeman C. R. I. & P. 
iR. R.,r 30! w. Short, j 

Brewer, Willie ,tn II., cooper J. Seymour, 



r402se7:h. 



Brewer & Co'e 
tal ave to 



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Addition, fr^m east Capi- 
!. R. I. &P<{R. R., bet 0s- 

born and Elliott. ^ ' , 

Brewster, Geqrgb, brakeman C. R. I, & P- 
R. R., rlOOe 12th. I 

Brewster, June, student Capital City 
Commercial College. 

Brewster, V.J teamster Bloon^eld Coal 
Co., r 713 Monroe e pes Moiues.J 

Brewster, Vauldy, teamster Eureka Coal 
Co., r Hertford ave nr Des Moines , 
coal mint s, Sevastepdl. 

Brian, Owen L, brakemaji, r 1639 e Wal- 
nut, i ' ■ . 

Briar, Charles, grocer, rj 1313 e Walnut. 

Briar, John, tlecy Des Moines Graphic Co.,' 
r 1313 e Walnut. 



C. W. FOWIlEFf, 

71-4 W. Looust St. Telephone 511. 




!8i earn Heattaft 
Plumbing and OM 
Fitting 




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Bfiar, Ollid,* wks Kennedy Fur Factory, r 

216'W^th..'; , ' i J "■ ., I. ; ' 

I'Miaf, Rosa Misja, r 1313 e Walnut. - 

Bice, AggieJMissy saleswoman M. Rfegel- H 



1313 



1313 



Hen's 

West 



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9 and Children 

FURNISHING Q00D8, HATS, 
NUT St J, 



DIKECTORY. 



Brinegar, 



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Ifark 
Park 

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ho< 

bland 



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inau oo Co., bds w 1,4th eor.Gfraricl avo. 
f'Btice, Anrii Miss, r 10ij3 w Grand aye. j 
jB'ice, Frajk, grocer 10J2 w 2d,' r 18|13 w 
] Grand 'ave. |_ ! " • | 

BHce, Frallk Jr.,'clk Jfj-ank I}rice, r 
j- w Grrndave. I'M' 

I B rice, Jaries,^., elk JqhnF. Flanndry, r 
• J516 e [Pennsylvania ave. , 

Brice, Jarae8jPa,.clk \Frank Brice, r 

' w Grand aye. 
ii - 

rice, John, expressman, r 516 ePernsyl- 

vania p^. , , ! 

rice, Maggie Miss, r 1313 w Qranq ave. f{ 

jljrick, Timothy, elk Albert SexauW, r 
V-{ 1302 o Buchanan: | , | , 

Mfrier, Lewisj gardened r e 22d coir Maury. 

iBriggs, Alice, student Highland 
| "N,ormal College.'; j j ( 

^Briggs, C. C.,. student' Highland 
Tj "Normal College. | I { ■ 

Briggs, Edward, elk F. Jb. Todd. 

Briggs, Elizabeth Mrs., r 1031 e Cen 

■Briggs, Ella Miss, teacher Bremer Sahooi, 
, rl031eB. . ]. ., ' 

Briggs, Francis, Mis$; student Hi 
! "Park Normal College. 

Mggs, George W.,j operator ' W[£bterri 
Union Telegraph, Co., r 1031 e.$. ' 

] friggs, Harry Ca operator Western 
Telegraph C|o.; r, 834 e 9th. 

] briggs, Clarion; coal mi'ner, bds e ViAe 

10th. | ( '■..' '?.,.' 1 , . 

,' ;*rty£s, (Stephen, laty bds 622 w Ymii 

ft *i%s ; Street, from j Clarkson Dri Je !to 
f ' Clifton aye, Cliftoh Heigfys. 1 I 

j Ingham, EdwaM D.J conductor C. St. pJ 
. & K. C. Rl R., !bdl 723 w Mulbetry. 
bright, L. ; A., elk Redhead, Norton, 
| 1 Lathr)p&Cp.,rl508w High; ' ; • 
i r -fright, Lcreh A M carpenter, 1 1728 e Des 
Moiius.|! ' ■■ " . ■ 

friudle, J: inie>, student, bds 7b5 e Pennsyl- 
I vaniaave. ,. '■ . j j ' < 

^riijdloy, Joiin (j., book tat, r M0 $ Des 

; • Moines.' | ' ■■:. ' . 

3rii(lby, \VyJ o ^kffC. H. Muln, r 

!j3jrw4tH. '|-/ v 

wga ? , Amanda ,|f. 



Sripegar, 

News, 
Moin 

Brijie^ar, 

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Bribg'dlf, 
! IrlOU 



Beys' 



WA 



Amos L., r 1210 Curve s Des 



Moinpls. 

Johb W., steifeotyper Western 



paper Union, ,r, 1210 Curve s Des 

jWi:iiam J., (W. L. |Brinegar'& 
: j .12: Curve s Des Moines. ! 

Dai iel M., (Bringolfj & Zachary) 
m " Valnut. - 



nion 



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Des;4[oines. 




Mrs., rl 



over 
308 J8th b 



jBritt^ i,I [array, mechatiic, f 625 e Locust. 
Britte i, garah Mrs., rU25 e Lpcust. 



oines Express and Transf 



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s Clothing, 

CAP$*VAUU8J 
. SIXTH. 



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Brijnkerhoff j « ., traveling agt pes Moines 
.i Leador • ; . , ■ l ■■ 

Brmkerhcff, Sara Mrsi,'T 407 w 3rd. 

fBrinkerhcff, Waiter, lab. bds 511 w 8th: j 

Bri nsmaic ) CI larles, elk Perkins & Brins- 
l ihaid, r,8l3.w 3d. r 

Brfhsmaic , Frederick T., (Perkins & 
,Brins naii) r 8^3 w 3rd. i 

rirlnsrAaic , Sedgwick ^., (Perkins & Briiis- 
; maid) r843w 3rd. 

Brin8mak , William, clfc Perkins & Britis 

mnid, r8i3w3rd. I ' T 

t. ■ ' ■ ■ I 1 

Bmntoi, Deborah Miss, student I)es 

M Mn is College, bds w 9^h, cor Cpl- 

le ;e ave. 

Br!i8co, SamufelB., student Highland P^rk 
N ^rniaK College, r College Hall. 

Bfisto ,' John G^, .train dispatcher C. St. P. 
&K. CI.R.,r 618 w 10th. 

Bri8to. Manufacturing Co., mnfr sliding 
bl ind3, ]M . B. Bristol mgr, office 40^ w 
' .Omr;av(i. - ( ■ •; ■' j! 

•isto , "M. B , nigr Bristol Manufacturing 
Ci )., (tffici s 403 w Court ave. 
BHsto, C. A. Mrs., r 1350 w,25tn. 
Bri8tosy,O.Mis8,r 670 w 18th: f j 

Bjristow, Mar ?aret Miss, teacher Grocfler 
t sa!hb{)l, r|670|w 18th. 

echatii( 

.,Vj(J25 
Btrittdh, William A.^ lab r 134,5 e Walnut 
E iitto i, ^ Vprth, elk, HJLtljgeschulte. i 
jl ijoadbent, .Js.M. Miss, dressjmkr r 1309 




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Grand 



ave. 



robell, . 

iock, Jjfu 
a lr e. 



OFFICE 311 BAST FIFTH STxWeT. 



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F. Sweet, r 



Bjjroadway, Idward, wks D. 
, ViOi e D»8 Moines. 

ohq, carpenter, r 322 e Raccoon. 



tfrs., r vr 4th cor Franklin 




Brock waf, C/ru^ D'., engineer, r 1314 £rd 
8 De 5 M( ines. I I 

Bfroderic c, Apna, student Joiva. ! Business 
'Colk'ge, 



RICi ARDS, FRANKENFIELD & Co. 



iTELEPpONE 871. 



cJAiyiESS LAIN©; PLUMBER* AND 



STEAM 



Dealer in Pipe ! and Fittings. Plumbers Merchandise, Etc, Des Moines, /«., 



FITTER, 

Locust St 



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5 n 

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i E.N.BROMLEY, 

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paijUfaet^Ei^ J^totyr. 

Cfl«ft ^a/d /or Ql'd Qo\d and Sltoer. 

FINE DIAMOND WORK A SPECIALTY. 

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[Repairing and making over old Jewelry into the 
| latent styles. 

j ROOM 4, CONTINENTAL BUILDING, 

I Corner tith Ave. and Walnut c?t. 



Wy , , Broderiek ? James, student Iowa Business 
Q ~i | College. 



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;&J Brody, Abraham, wks P. Brody, r 128 e 
— , Grand ave. 

^#f ;gl Brody, Harry, wks P. Brody r 158 o Grand 

2^ ; <n ave. 

q| Brody, F,, wholesale* notions, 300 e Wal- 
«| nut, r 128 e Grand ave. 

c fej Rrodv, Samuel, wks P. Brody r 128 e 
c 'a O* Grand ave. 

" • Q' >Broermhh, Cora Miss, r 1201 w 8th. 

3 Broerman, Harrv, wks C. H.Munn, rover 

- ' - ;-n»w4th. * 



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g.' • ^ Broerman, William, lab r 822 e Shaw. 
3 S £ iWkaw,. George, L. Rev., r 1128 w23rd. 



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Brokaw, John, wks 1223 w Oth ave. 

Brok T nan, Harry, student Highland Park 
Normal Cqllege. 

Bromley, Anna Miss, student Capital 
City Commercial College, r 585 w 



,7th. 



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09 Bromlev, Charles P., bknr Des Moines 

O Buguv Co., r 946 w 7th. 

I q Bromley, George, mnfg jeweler G. W. 

m J u Marquardt & Sons, rooms 1403 w 

J {! Gtond ave. 

-gi J*j Bromljey, Owen, engineer Kirkwood 

,^.K • Iljoiise. 

nl oo Bromley, Robert M., mnfg jeweler over 

S 2 6(M) w Walnut, r 505 w 8th, 

^g' S Broiiim, Francis Mrs., dressmkr*, r 725 e 

SI 5 Maple. 

\jf < Brons/m, A. TJ., engineer Pacific R. R., r 

* -» 1217 e Pine. 

. 2 Brook Fred, cigar mkr, r 1230 w School. 

^fe ^ Broolce, Luella Mrs. r 515 e Columbia. 

«^ h Broofce, Thomas, patent hre escape, r 

■ J '_ [J ,- ,IO0 w 5th. 

«i Brooke, William, cook, r 812 e s Oth. 



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Brookings, Eliza Mrs., r 103 f 13th. 
Brookings, R. J. tinner G. TV. Sheldon, r 

516 w 12th. j 
Brookmiller, Charles W., eleyator attend-. 

ant Iowa Ldan & Trust Bldg,*r 1183 
, w 13th. . j . " ! 

Brookmiller, P. )1. Rev., evapgelist UJB. 
church, r 1^3 w 13th. 

T^rookover, Henry, wks Iojva Loan & 



Trust Co. 



f 



<lg, r 1213 e 



Fremont. 



Brookover, Jenn e Miss, student, r 818 e 
13th: I 

Brookoveri N. H., real estate, r 1213 © 
Fremont. 

Brooks, Charles J., traveling passenger 
agt Great Northern' R. R., r 839 w 
19th. , ' 

Brooks, Daniel r 1232 w School. , L 
Brooks, Fred, ciicar mkr, J. R. Cohen, r 
1232 w Scl dol. 

Brooks, Harry, 'student; Highland Park 
Normal College. 

Brooks, Hernu.iL boiler ink 
, Manufactt rang & Siipj 
, w 13th. 

Brooks, Michael, lab r 510 w North. 
Brooks, Stephoi, student I ighland Park 

Normal )llege. 
Brooks Street, first south o| Walnut* from 
east 10th |oj 20th. 



, Des'M(Hne8 
ly Co., r 1010 



Brooks, Willie i 
r 1232 w 5 



i, cigar mkr W. R. Sartor, 
hool. 

Brooks, Willifjij) 1 II., cook Chas. F. Hays, 

r 813 w Ot i aye. 
.rooks & (Vs. Addition, from east Mar 

ket to MaliWi bet 16th and 19th. 
trophy, John, driver Coon Valley Coal 
Co., r 108 d s 4th. l , 

Broquist, E. J tiliiin, wks Des Moines Soap 

Worker 3i6!es6th'. 
Brocpiist, Eri^i >vks DesJ Moines Soap 



,Works, r 






616 e s 6th. 



Broquist, Hattie jMiss;-wks 

Brociuist, Ilulda 
co6n. 

Brociuist, Jo'ih, 

Works, r 010 e s 6th. 



118 w 6th ave. 
Rac- 



Miss, wks 304 e 
wks De^ Moines Sokp 



Broquist, Joljij, Wks Menriig & Slater, r e 

Shaw coi 3th. ! ( 

Broski, Geo-ie ; W., packer Lederer, 

Strauss «! : Co., r 1523 kv Grand ave. 

Broski, Harrr, engineer 'D. M. & K. C. R 
R., bdsl)3Ws7th. 



GfiKFIELD ON'E PRICE CLOtttlNG 

NIELSEN, HANSEN & CO. I 52^ East Loci 



STORE 

,st Street. 



SCfViW-E PUUN|BI 

Contractors for plumbing, t team, | Cor. If. 4ft ud U 




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i Broswellj Henry} 





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MOI^rp^ jDJJSjEOTC 



w High. 



j Brotchi, George; brick mason E. D. Janes 
r & f Co., r 1431 w 4th.j I j 

Brothers, A.; Wlj $lopmfield 13, Dei 
." | MoiAes. ■;.,'! :.'■, = , . M - "■ r !j 

Brothers Frank Ml., brakenian C. R. I; 6V 
k ,V P.R. R.,.i!pom!QverS35e5th. ■•!.[: 

iBrothers] ^yiiliiain'j Switchman C. R. ij & 
.;| . . P. RjR., bdsljast Des Moines Hoifse. 

Brott, Samuel B., brick inkr, r 1$50 e yth. 

Brougher, A.iO,,' farmers feed yjird[ w|3d 

crir Grand ave,r w{5th bet Gtrand ave 

1 , and Locust. v r .. I' „ \ ■ . 

J Brought, Carter 1 p t , Jab, r lofJO'ejLyon. 

JBJowder, D. ;JT; Mrs. r" 807 e fctfaik f '..:• I 

Browderj Jacob, ;Wks Eagle Iron Works, e 
j a<JC o AVainiitt: .L' ' "'J ' 

k J,>ro* - d<>r, J. M., micliinist J. B. -Iiou^hrin^ 

Browder, Jose pirL., 'engineer Des Moines 
Excelsior, Wdj*ks,j!r 100 e 10|h. ! * 

JJrowderJ Ricjiarqj en^meerjr 807 e Sliaw. 

Browder, William^ H., teamster Bloom- 
iield Coal Co;j r '503 e s,8th. 

Bniwder, Ste :>heri, lab, r 807 e Shaw, j 

Bnm;or, Alonzo, student Highland Park 
Normal Collejgei rooms] 5tli nr Euclid 
ave, |lligjilan<}i Park. •'. 1 

Brower, . 1 Atyiti .II4 spinner Des Moiiie 
Cotton Mills,^(jr rant Park. 

Brower, Asher A., J secy Noye Ity Car )e 
Stretcher, &o.j' r 1511 w.Stii. ^ j 

% Bfowerja.4,bajiker'313V5thi-713 w|7th 
i Brower, fc. ]\ljrs., spooler Des Maines Cot- 
ton -Af illa;'r Grant Park. 1 ; 

Browler, R, M., bids Sayery Hotel, j , 

Brownj A.A; Mrs^ dress mkr bvet 310 w 5tri 

Brown, I.L., night fireman Des Moines 

Edison Diglit Co.,, f e. 8th nr C. B & 

•■ Q.U : R.y-.-:|.- !•;. ' ., 

!j tirown, Albert Li, eiigijieer, Edison El Me- 
tric JJght Co., r 802 e ElmJ ■ .-.' 
j Jirown, Allison 'M.,' j blacksmith J, H> 
.!.: ', Cox,* r 900. wi Walhjit. '']*'.■ f ■■ 
'UBrowu, jA.mie Miss, 'studLnt; bds 1350' 
. Cap talave.j.'.': I ■'■(.' ' : ; . ,. i i . 

, Brown, Archie, j baggageman, 
,. Center.) ;,. .'1/ , T ; 

prpwn; Arthur, iconipositor ^ 



r l I 

lie Home- 
I 'Mi 
p 'T H ■■ '• ' i i ' 

unnvn, Augimt,- wks \ Liverpool anfi ; Ij)ea 

Moines Packing Co., re 




r 1110 w 



Rule Clothing House 

CM. JOHNSON A 3CN. 



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i .Tin* 70. i HOT WATEB tad OiS riTTQia. 

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jamin, clieck' elk |C. R. I. & P. 
eight de^ot, r 401 e s 4th. 

•ie Miss, Iwks [12f)9 w Grand 



Gn rijl uve, nr Walnut 



Brown, 

CoJ 

Brown, 
Brown 



Bro\y_i|, 



3 

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Brown, 



Browii, 
ifcoil 



Brown, 



Broirn, 

Brown, 
■ 'Uth 



Catierihe Hi, saleiswoman R 1 ead 
^Travtrsy,r9li wl6tL, 

Brdvrh, a J),, elk C. Harrai, p 1061 w 9th. 

Broyn, C. I!., brakeman, r 51^ w 16th. 

Browne, C. rH., dairyman- and farmer, w 



Creek. 



Chajrles, 1 miper Ma ilq Grove Coal 

■ J' -1 
, |)ds 104 ^\'|s 1st. 



Oluirles, lab 
^hfi rles B., 



elk, rlDO 

Olujrlos H., niail carreer, r 1214 e 

ibhiii an. 

¥1 . 

jC* W., compositor Campbell 



V -infing Co., bds 3835 



David B., enirinee* Polk County 
C )., r Indianola.avij, nr Webster, 



pi 7 

is Des ^loinos/ 



IqiiRo 



H'id W.,:wks Grand Opera 
- 909 w Wali^u: 

Blooiilfield 1 14 Deis Moines, 



jiv(. 

BroTr'n, Eliza S. Mrs., r lpl 

Bro\yn, ! Elizabeth 'Mrs., r 
vei. |. ' 



Brown, 



Brown, 



)ne(rci 
Er 



BOO 3v 



Brown, 

nut], 

Brown, 

314 

Blrown 
r 
Par 

Bjrp'vb, 
BrpuTi, 



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il College, 
lest W., elk Jl I 
4th. 



0., student Calp: 



BrownJ Ejigene Ri, wks |P. J. Hei^lt, r 
j 340 Polton ave. 

Brown, I^irmin, head, waiter Kirk^jdod 
Housf,r'l039 wk.! 

Broiv'n, F. L., farmer, w Grlaiid ave, Green- 
• wood Park. V 

Brown, Frank, house-dle^ning, r 4(|5 w 
Fores; ave. 

Frank E., restaiiraW 716 w )Val- 
rooms&lO w 6tti r.ye. 



Bro>v*n, 



J" l ^70 



e:.7 w«it 



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Fied, driver Williams & Powell, r 



^iled L., elk Stsjjy 
th Park ave, 

corge, miner, pd^ 

(J( orge, (Brown & 

5 th.- 

0<orge S., banker, 



w 9th. 



w;5th. 



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in, wks.M.E. ^pring, r 200 |w 

Walnu 
^40 w Pdltjm 

s 

talCityCppi- 



►. Seeb^rger] r 



JoliiiS & 



w Green\» T ood 



HATT-R8 AND FURNIC HER8. 



VrilniitSt. 



118 w 2d. 
McKee,) r 



:«"fT- 



704 w 7th. 



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Brown, George W., teamster J. K. I& W 
1 II. Gilcrist, r 1373 e 9th. 

Brown, Grace Mip, student, bds 1350 e 
Capital ave. 

Brown, Hattie M. Miss, bkpr L. B. * 
Thomas, r 1061' w 9th. • I i 

.Brown, Henry, waiter Aboru House. 

Brown, Henry J., cook, r 308 w Pelton 

ave. 

Brown, Horace P., grain dealer, r 11015 e 

WaluuJ. 

Brown, James r 010 e s Gth.. 

Brown, James, lab Proctor Coal t'o., r nr 
Frost's brickvard, s Des Moines. 

15 Brown, J. A., mgr and treas Eureka 
Fuel Co., r 914 w Grove., 

Brown, James F., painter, r 130 w s 3rd. 

Brown, James II., wks Allen's laundry, 
bds 603 w Grand ave. : 

Brown, James H., conductor Des Moines 
Electric Street Railway, r 1037 e Des 
Moines. 

Brown, John, traveling salesman, bds 731 
wOth. 

Brown, John, lab, r 810 e Market. 

Brown, John, lab, r 1013 w Center. \ 

Brown, John, wks Savery House, r 1010 w 

Center. 
Brown, John, farmer, r 525 e Court ave. 

Brown, John, Bloomtield 10 Des jMoinps. 

Brown, John S., bell boy Savery 'Hotel, r 

1041 WB. y. 

Browri, John W., waiter Kirkwood House, 
r 110 w s Otjh ave. 

Brown, John W., (J. W. Brown & Co.) ! r 
,204 w 8th. | ' 

Brown, Jonathan W, sjtereotyper, r 1037 
e l)es Moines. ' , 

Brown, Joseph II. elk Consolidated Tank 
Line Co., r 1219 e Court ave; 

Brown, J. S., mgr East side lumber yard 
J, K. & W.ll. Gilt-rest, r 720 e 5th. 

Brown, J. S. t student Iowa Business Col- 
lege. 

Brown, J. "WY, . (Brown, Sheeley & 
Wright) r 000 with. , 

Brown, J. W., engineer, r!829 w 10th. 

Brown,. J. W. & Co., (John W.Brpwn and 

~) wholesale oysters, fish and game, 

219 w 3rd; ! * 

Brown, L., teamster Pease Bros,, r 520 e 
Ponfnsylvania ave. 

Brown, jLena 'Miss, cook M.'jE. Spring, 
room 5 O'Connor Blk, j 




Brown, Leon, reporter Daily News, r 942 
w 0th ave. • 

Brown, Leverett, retired, r lJ30Wl0th\ 

Brown. Lewis, r 906 w Walnut. 

'Brown, 1 Lewis Mrs., boarding house, 906 
w Walnut. . 

Brown, Lizzie Mrs., r 1121 w Walnut. • 

Brown, Loretta l Miss, elk, r (81 w loth. 

[Mrs., r'909 w Walnut. 



Brown, Lueinda, 
Brown. Maggie i 



nit dallanan 



Miss, .studl 
College, r 1044 w r Wiley 

Brown, Maggie Miss, wki? Mrs. G. W. 
Marquardt, w Grand av3 nr 19th. 

Brown, 'Margaret 3|frs., r die w Center. 

Brown, Margaret Mrs., r220 w 12|h. 

Brown, Margaret 'Miss, student Callanan 
College, r 1014 w 13th. 

Brown, Mary J. Mrs., r Clifi on Heights. 

,v 1st. 



Capital City 
r 218W 4th. 

Northwestern 



! 



Singer Manu- 
n euter. 



Maine, r 1 



1324 



Brown, Michael, lab, r 102 
Brown, M. W., student 

Commercial College, 
Brown, Mamie Miss, wks 

House j- *' I ' 

Brown, Nellie Miss, bkpr 
factoring Co.,- r 915 w 

Brown, N. Lylc,elk James 
w 14th. 

Brown, Noah W., painter, r 338 w Pelton 
ave. i 

Brown, Owen, switchman, jr 760 w D. 

Brown, P., tear aster Blqomfield Coal Co. 

Brown, 1 Patrick E., lab, r 6v4 e s 9tli. 

!3rown, Perry, teamster Maple Grove Coal 
Co., r 1549 e Maple. I ' ; 

!3rown, Robert! D., barber, under 823 w 
Walnut, r[606es5th.; '• 

3rown, Samuel, elk Read & Traversy, 
room 217 w Chestnut. | ' 

Brown, Sarah Mrs., r w 35(jh cor North. 

Brown, Sarah Miss, laundress European 
Hotel, r 302 w Pelton] ave. 

Brown, Serena Miss, lannjdress,,'r lOiiG w 
Center. 

Brown, S. G., cajrpenter, 
Moines. 

Brown, S. H., 
Normal dol 

Brown, Sheelyl & Wriiht, (J. W.Brown 
.I.RiSHeelyaiid'Ai. Wright) real esta'.e 
JJ01 w WfilnKit. 

Brown, S. M., sajlesman ijtead &!Traversy, 
r 217 "w Chestnut. 



student 
ege. j I 



r 1328 e Des 
Highland Park 



©S©iii% LqpQUlST, Trii'Mpf^d Tailor 

411 W uocuit 8L All Carmanta are Made and Trimmed llill/Ul UUh lUUvii 

M.H mr. fjocuii qu j Jn Ltt0gt anfJ Mosf Artlst £, Manner. Tf T u 




Brown] Stella M., bds 



915. 

Bro'wbj T 



: X 



Brown] Tlipnias, wlfjj.Cjhanilierlaiii & Co., 
Cente 

jmaej i 
Manujjactunng & Supply. Co. 



jomaej rdi lhvright 



! 



820 tt 



Brown] Susan Miss, wks Samuel Gray. 

Bro^n] t! p., Bldorifiuld 23, Des Mojries 

Brown, M E., real ist ate, room 5, Masonic 
J *'\ Temt l&'yr Grand ave cor 17th 

Brown; Tljtojtnas, mi ie :• Proctor Coal Co., 



)?ER SOS ud fK'tiUIOT ST. 

THE LEADING 



|d'es MQI^E9 dieeotoky. 




Mulberry." 



b\ls Cljfton avanrj Proctjor Coal j^tine, 1 
s J)es Moines^il 



T 



Des , Moines 



Brown, Tl|omas, miller, r fe w 9th. j 

Brown,* W, 1 cigar salesman, r 1418 w High' 

' Brown, Wallace, night watcnmanC. Sti P. 
&. K. D. R. R. 0., ']• Clifton Heights. 

Brown, W 3llington.' student Iow4; College 
of La^ir, room 4" OfticeV Bldg 

Browp, \ViljWFeL r 1041 w B. 
Brown* William^ lai | 1210'e Center. 
Brown] William, i teamster EuWka Coil 
Miuir/CoVM 



T 



Br<Wn,i William R,, miner Pro( tor; Cot 1 
I Co., b lis nr Proc tc j • mines. 

Brown,' Wtilliftm, min< s r Pes ftfoi nes Cot ,1 
iC(>{, r Sevastopol. '. . 

BrowrJ] William, fainier, r e Gib jon Coil 
Mine, Sevastopol. • • ' ! 

' Browii, W lliam/wks 1155 w. 121 . \ 

• Brown, ^villiam, driver A!niJerso]|& iLar- 
; ■ soij,r42Qe'Lpcu8;. ! ; 1 

; BroM Wmiaii, mg • Elixir Sanitarinii! 
. ' ir 422 o Locust. i ' « ! 

Brown] V^F.jr 1061^ '9th. I | 

BrownjiVniliamH., re 1 al estate, room. 10 
... Gojo.fi Blk,r942 w6th. I 

Browq, /William I. j breis Eureka Fuej 
' Co and mngr Silvery Housp, r Saver ft 

^Hcju^ .■■ -, ' | , . J' 

Brown, Willis S., r^eal estate, r 686 m 

. . f ' if* th l ' i\: i-. ! '■ ■! ■■ 

4.Bi;owh;i William- W.,\ blddksmkh low 
*j BojWr Worlds, r j 891 Madiso^, ef De 



Broju-ri' Wl L., railroad brakeman, r \U1 
'wp(ajndaver il- . !■•' 1 ■ IH * 



A lunLr 

K. & Wj H. (Merest, r 1210 e 



Brown,, W 0., foreman east side 

yard] J " " 

Ceiilje 

Brown i wl s.,i traveling 

.■ .Hqaele." 

wownj 2achariah A., farnjer, 16^1 e Des 
Moines. 



salesman W. G. 




:;ickelu 



1 : 13 West 



f 



CO., 




BRU 



ay> 



125 3H 
x 5 McKee, (Geor| e .3rowh and R. Sm 



Brown 

J/McKee) mejit|ma^ke|, 211 e 
nux. 

Brownfs Addltionh-from c^abt Wash 



to C.St, P. &K. Rift. 
Brownis Addition— fi-o^i w 



. . . , , ugton S° 'W 

'our blksnorfch,f] om Delaware ave 



fir^ownyidge, Thomas J bjatiksmith (Jlifton °* 
avq t nr n "' ^ 
Heij jhts. 



BijownejGeorge, yardnuister C.-St. 



wm. 



-,~ T . .. Woodlaidi ave 

to (Crocker, bet mhand 21st. 

Brown's Avenue — bqt \v 18th 'and 
j I ire in Raccoon ^iver. p Kailroad 

Brown's Woods— fro^li Grand ave to .. 

/B6u evaid from Pari: lUne foujr blks ED #jj4 
.eaat . . -■; (j- 1 ' ^W? 

Browriiiidge, Albert, wkj Chase & 
rClfton Hejghts 



r 

a 

19th >h| 

Soiith ffi - ^' 



ave) ? nr presccjtt ' Djriye, r (flifton *% 



West| 



> 



K. |C . R f R., r 914 $Ml . ! , 3f Q 
Browne, Jay E., bkpr Th» Equitably Life a 
Ink: ra^ce Co, of L >w; i, i 1202 w Grand j=p 



John, farmer rConrtland Bdule- - 
vaW arid Bryant, Oliitofi Height^. 

Browne ,||O.L. F. f .a«jcy 



. Br^wn^JSarah P. 
/ tonli School, r 

Blownlflild, B. B. 



CO 

., t— P , -- --, r -^ aad treas Des 5^ JO 

' 1^ Mbi les Buggy :Co., r|7l6 w 3rd. " > * 



C. St. P. 



&K. 



. . - f retirecL r 

Brownfl )ld,.John ea^ineer 

C, I . R, roon8 o^er I0i2 w Lodust. 

Bjownjee, Rober;, C, elk Hawkeye In- - 
. sur^ nee Co., ' 42( w 4th . 

Bro^hjri.j Calvin, M., real eitate, r i|08 w 5 

wCiarles. .. i -« 

Broyhill, George, coos, r rojjm l4|TVostel 

B f 
Bioyhjl], Mrs., Victoi ia, ctrejssmkr, rl 512 e 
6th. ' 



Mis 3, teacher Washing- 

715,iv3Fd.l I 

1004 w 10th/ 



en 



Bmbak^r, Isaac P. 



;eon, 601 w.Walntit, 



geoi 

l| W e - ,- ■■: ' i , !..69Bf 

Biubaker, .Jennie Mi is,d;-eamikr, r 746 w" £i$?a 



Bruce, 



physician anc sur- q& 



, 



6iiibak^ 
j ,9th, 

Bruce, 

Brjuce, 

Noma! College, rooilns 

Jiines E., conpos toj Polk Cbunty 
Aqvpcate, 1 163 yf t 6thj a\|e. 



o 
o 

o 



bds Savery jfl^gr 



r, Mary Mis^, dressmkr, r 146 w N^S 

AM„rl407tvH;gh. 

ames, stud(int< : ai^h land j Park §a 

m6w22d. " 



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5 CO 



J. FJ/DfiflKE"^gf Gravel) Roofer 



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DES MOINES DIRECTORY. 



Bruce, Mur,ch, r 1407 w High. 

Bruce, Robert, lab, r 815 w 11th. 

Brum, Jessie, elk Shaver & Dows,, r 1605 
r 1005 w High. i 

Brumm, Thomas, retired, r 71G w 2d. 

Brundage, Walter C, train dispatcher C. 
St. P. & K. C. R. R., r 940 w 9th. 

Brundige, Frank, wks Western Newspa- 
per Union.' 

Brundige, Seymour F., elk wholesale 
house, L. l:tarbach, r 1403 w Locust. 

Brundige, S. Frank, elk Frederick A. 
Field, r 1403 wi Locust. ■ 

Bruner, Edgar J)., bkpr Iowa Sieed Co., 
bds 1105 wjLocust. , ,. 

"Bruner, J. E., dHver city patrol, r 1303 e 
Lyon. ■■ l 

Bruner, James M., expressman^ 1349 e 
Fremont. 

Brunk, N. C, (Brunk & Hunter,) r 1417 w 
' 11th. | 

Brunson, William,wks Mennig & Slater, r 
900 w 9th. j 

Brunt, Lulu Miss, student Highland, Park 
. » Normal College. 

Brunton, Anna Miss, teacher Emarson 
school, r 1353, e Capital ave. 

Brunton, Anna Mrs., r 1508 e Vine. 

Brunton, Thomas, stone cutter, r 1508 e 

Vine. 
Brusheo, JohnJ lab, r 812 w 9th. ' 

Brusnahan, Mamie Miss, shirt mkr Des 
Moines Shirt Factory, r 504 w Laurel. 

Brusnahan, Patrick, elk Western News- 
paper Unibn,r w 9th nr Center. 

Brusnahan, John, wks E. D. Janes & 

Co., r w 9th nr Center. 

ii i ■ $ 

Bryan, Eugene, real estate, vr< 3d cor 

Walnut, rijWood ave nr 35th. 

Bryan, John A., contractor curbing and 
grading, r316 Raccoon. 

Bryan, Paschal L., foreman planing mill, 
H. A. Eaton, r 321 e Baccoon. 

Bryant, Esta Miss, student Highland Park 
Normal College. 

Bryant, Joseph S., cabinet mkr, 414 e 
5th, r over 331 e 5th. 

Bryant, J. Ray, printer, r 503 w 7th. 

Bryant, Nettie Miss, wks. 1051 w Enos 
ave. : | v 

Bryant School, Miss Georgia Warrick 



prin, e Grand ave, cor 
ave. i 



Des Moines! 



Pennsylvania 



Bryant, }\ 
W. R 




BUL 



alter A., brakeman D. M. & N. 
R., bds 109 w 11th. 

ryant, Wpam C, retired, r 5G3 w 7th. 
John, r rear 506 p s 5th. 



isekfalt, 

B. Street, 
toRi 

R Street, 

from Buchanan to north city limit. 

pichana i, Albert H., box mkr Carter & 
Hussey, r 1117. e LyoA. 



bet w 4th and 5 

Ige. 

fifth east of De 



Lh from Schdol 
s Moines river, 






T. • / 
pnn 



Oakland 



Buchana i, Mary Miss, 
I Schcol, r 1716 w 7th. 

Buchanan Street, seventli north of Wal- 
I nut, from Pennsylvania ave to e 17th . 

Buchanan Stre'et, eleventn north of Wal- 
nut, from east 4th to Cth. , i 

Buck, Abel, (BuckBrp8.,)r 1501'e Walter. 

Buck Eros., (Abel anfl Peter Buck,) 
pait ters and wall paper 917 e .Grand 
ave. I ■ I : . ' • | 

Buck, Delia Miss, teacher Lucas School, ri 
! 1445 e Capital ave. j j 

Buck, Ezekiil, (Buck & Son,) r lj445; 
Capital ave. . J 

Buck, F. E., (Buck & Son,) r Boone, Iowa. 

Buck, Millard, elk Buck & Son, r 1445 e 
Capita^ ave 

Buck, ?e^erf (Buck Bros.,) r 1504 e pes 
Moines, 

Buck & Son,j(Ezekiel ajid F. E. Buck,] 
groceries 1447 e Capital ave. .- 

Buckla id, Josie Misb, wks 10f$ w 9th. 

Buckler, Charles C, elkj T. G. Orwig, ixto 

11(7 w 27th. , < • 

Buckley, E. V., brick mason Des Moiuei 
Brck Factory, rV Greenwood Park 

Buckley, Lena Miss,]wK8 924 w Waluut[ , 

Bucjkman^ Jessie Miss, student Highlaac 
Park Normal College. 



Budd, 



Charles W.,l traveling salesman 



Hunter Arms Co., i J321 w7th. 

Budd, John, student Highland Park Nbrj 
mill College. j! 

Buechjenstein, Gus, moulder, r 831 w 2 
Buehnler, Rosa Miss, wis 926 w 7th. ; ' 
Buffington, Hattie Missl r 919 w ISthi I 
Bulkley, Charles C.,atty, and (Bulkley ft 
• Sweet,); r 1107 w 27th. ' 

Bulkley, Maggie Mrs., r over 210 w 6th 
ave. 



fit, Quality 

&\Workmanship 

JGudrant^d. 




i i 



kor. West 6th 
I, and] \ 
Mulberry Sts. , 




Bulkley & Sweet 
] ahdS. C.Swee 
I tors of patents 



Bdlkltey 



'(Chkrles C. „ 
;,V lawyers andsolici- 
rbonj 5 Office MgJ ■ 

1 A Kr - f \es |Man- 



B 
Bu3 



Walnut, 
w.toth. 



1 1 ■•.•,'. 

[isp, s;udent Highland 

u ' ~ w imh. 



Bull, {i., TboiiJr majser I »e J; Moi 
Tufacturing and Supply^ Co. 

il, "Janes ,.W., photographer 0. E." 
| Pear|onjjbds 4 4 l2 w k th. !, 
l pard,E, j W,lhY8 i iciai609|w 
I rolOwiOth. i. ;. 

Bujlard, lenVy JJ,., paint ir, r 5^0 

Builard, luby A.Mi#, studenf; 1 
i Park iNOrmal College, if. 510 

Builarb, Wijliam, travel ing^- salesman,, r 
, 14l3«3 Maple, f ' ,!; ■'• 

Bui1ibJ|H. A., mine]* Proctor Coal Co., r 
| Clifton ave/ nr city j : limits, a Des 

Builpck, Charles "VI, elk, p 658 W [17th. 

■"lit- ■ ' ! '■ 

Bullock, Edward T,, paper hanger, r 1125 

, fe 9th. 

Buivah, Mary Mss, spooler Capital jCity 
Woolen Mills, \\ 185, w B. } I- 1" 

Bulwei, Christian, fwke Des 
. • W iter Cj>.,r 1135 w&h. " 

Bui we a, Fred,, cigar mkr Louis Rbsuck, 
11*5 wB. ' ■ I ' I' 

Bumgj.rdner, Benjamin Ei, miller Capital 
'' Ci y Roller Mills, r 512 c 1st. J ! 

Bunce Carl, harness mkr, W, Dippert, r 



Moines 



> OOJelBti 



Bunce 



co r Shaw. 



Danforth W,> 



Bunco Frank, r 608 c 

Bunce, John? farmer; 

Bunco, Mary L,, r <B 

Bundy, Nelson, lab, 
Fc rest ave. - i 

Bunger, Arthur D.. 



bdB 1528 e Grarid 



Sf, L. & 



\£ e( V 
P.R. 



* 



urbjjrjy, George, [travelling salesman 



itrav( 
&>., r 



OUSE, 




[ndianola la. 



Icwa Business 



y 



W Locust, 
ing 8 llesman, 



rl403 



huckster, r e 






lth 



1st. 

r 608 e 1st. 
ljlth cor ShaW. 
r w30th U milenj 



ave. 



railway postal clkj 



Bunker, G. Fred, inkp ectof of freight, W. 



r 121; e 4th. 



Bunnell, E. C, wks 1 ' j D€ s Moines' Box , 
! \\forks, rw 6th k#r Grand ave. 



Bunnell, E. C. Mrs., j^ks lies Moines Box* 
j Works, rw 6th cor Grind ave; 

flujirielkyBert, ytk\i\ Franconi Medicine 
Co., over 521 u w [Locusi 



Prcuty & Pratt 

\mcl y George, W,,J8tud<jnt Drak{> Upi- 
i vehity, bds Sti c enta llome. 

iurcn, Harry, wks Kyde Ijabor Co t , r 033 
e< fc rand ave. 

^urchl Marth^JF., ftident 
College. I-, 

Burclra *d, Jean;, wi i Iowj, State Bund 

]feurch|fi3ld, B. F., fc, r 62') ie LyOn 

jBurcWfijld&.'Idenli^iijh (idc. Burkfield 

. aid .Iclenlaugb,) ivery and feed 

>l 8tit»le, J 3jt2)in^8j4w['th. 

{Bur^l, Carrie G. Mr3.j dresmikr, room 17 
I ; Fyon Blk^bdE m'd w Grand i.ve. ' 

Burdea, Thom4s, birber Doctor Johnson, 
r .(21 w2d. ' ' j 

Burdicfe , Chaxles, c ir >ente •, r 1014 "Jv Ben- 
J t6i. "' 

Biirdi(:k,E.,L.,.rl40a 

Burdi(k,E..W. trave 
■ wlocust. v . , 

Burdhk, Lee E. student Iowa Bu'siness 

College. ' 
Burdick, Saraljt ^}. Jyi^s., r <511 w 8th 1 . 
Burdt, Fred, bridk]a 

Burg, Aadrew, wfauH. M. 
".i r ( 1 18th cpr Cc ur ; ave, 

Burg, Jdnnie Miss, w 58 Allen's Laindry, 
rMJe4th. I 

Burg, S. W.; flnJiiheV Western 
1 Bio lze Co.,. r 131 w Fi"anklin. 

Burge^ 15. A., mensenger America|n Ex- 
* . prits Co. 

BUrger, Charles Q., uph Dlsterer 421 w 
: M, r 916^ w 10th. 

Burgers Ernest, R, wks Fidler & Gould, 
-,.' r51Lw7th. : . ■ ._ . : - , ■■ 

Burgesoa, Andrew, da^mnan, 'Ctester- 
- ^ fielc. ! hi, , 

Burges|sJ B. J., lab, r 1618 c Lyon. 

D;, pla8t<reri r 1613 e Lyon. 

Llames, F., janitor office Railroad 
Cdp3ni88ioneis Capital Bldg, 1418 e 
Grai i d ave. 



er, r pver 611 e 1st, 
Hosick.fc Co., 



White 



Burdea 
Burge 



Bunndle, -M. L., (Franioni Medicine 

. '. | Cj).,) r 521 w Lbfcust. , ' ■ | ^ 

Biuiz,,Johp, (Williams & Bunz,) r 635e 
i 1 1 t * | 



•Biurgqif, 



Burgeti, 
Bufgiri^ 



J. A., Mr3.,|r 



1820 w Crockter. 



Joseph V?. t delivery elk, E 



loman, bds Hawfeeye House. 



. &0. 



F. A;, Mi sb, r 820 w 



!.S., travi ding 8al( sman Warfield 



Crocke 



k 



t-)iuk ■ j> u., i/iavi iiug nan ql i 

Hdvfellj Watt|.Co., r 1^20 w 8th. 



D^IMpine™^ anil Transfer ci; ii^K^: 

orpioE aiilisAk t fifth street. ' ••', te jEphonesVi. ™ 



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DES MOINES DIRECTORY. 



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Bnrgis, James, candy mkr Fidler & 
Gould, room 514 w 7th. 

Burgitt, E. N., wks I), F. Sweet, r 1606 e 
- Des Moines. 

Burgland, Mary. Miss, wkB 1318 e Grand 

' ave.i •■:';■ 
Burguc, Seaman, express agt C. & N. W. 
• R. It, r 1032 e Oth. 

Burk, Andrew, wks Des Mpines street 
railway, r 1212 e Court ave. 

Burk, Augustus, weighmaster Van Ginkel 
Coal Co., r Short iir Franklin ave, 
Sevastopol. 

Burk, Bezie Miss, dressmkr Miss Kight, 

r 326 w s 5th. 

i . 

Burk, Qharles L., teamster Des Moines 
Buffgy Co., r 412 'Madison, s Des 
Moines. 

Burk, Daniel, wks Eureka Coal Co., r 401 
wsOth. ' ' | 

Burk, Ella Miss, dressmaker, r 120 w s 
5thj ' ' 

Burk, Gust, weighmaster Van Ginkel 
Coal Co., r Short, Sevastopol. 

Burk, II., moulder Des Moines Manufac- 
: turfng $ Supply Co. 

Burk ; , I Hearty, boilermaker National 
» Boiler Works, r e 6th bet | Vine and 
Court ave. 

Burki, James, lab r r 326 w 8 5th. 

Burlc, John F., traveling salesmen Nor- 
man Lichty, r 1619 w Locust. 

BurlfL John, plumber, r 326 w s 5th. 

Burk, John, student Iowa Business Col- 
lege. 

Burk, John, w r ks P. M. llyan, r 326 w 8 
5th. : 

Burk;, Katharine Mrs., r 120 w s ,5th. 
Burk, Margaret Mrs., r 1609 w Locust. 
Burk, N. M., traveling salesman Cham- 
berlain & Co., r 1609 w Locust. 
Burk, Thoniak, lab, r 120 w s 5th. 

Burkart, Samuel 0., wks Des Moines & 
Liverpool Packing Co., r 513 e Rac- 
coon. v 

* i 

Burke. V. P., compositor, r 16f)9 w Locust. 

Burk, William W!, wks. Laing & Scoville, 
f U20 w s 5tii. ■ ' ; 

Burk, Andrew, wks Des Moines and 
Liverpool Packing Co., r 1699 e Court 
ive. 

Burke, Anna Miss, saleswoman M.Riegel- 
man & Co., r 326 w s 5th. 



Burke, 




Bertie Miss,.wke 1026 v 9th, 



er, ' machiiest Capital City .J 



Burke,' Charles, wks 1305 w Pleasant. • 
Burke,' Claiaj, Miss, drqssmak^r, r 648 ^ 
Dels Mcipes. 

Iiurke, Hon 

Planing jMiII Co., r 1534 w High. 

Burke, Kittjie' Miss, elk <x. E. Converse: 
r614w 12th. j /. 

Burke, Lh;;;ie Miss,! operator Central- 
Union Telephone Co.,, r 1609 ^ Lo| 
cust, I ■ ■ ■ ■ !■ , ■ i . I ' 

Burke j Mai lie Miss,j compositor Daily 
Capital, r J609 w Locust. ^ ; t 

Burke, Mary, w T ks Keunedy Fur Factor}, 

: r326wfe5th. . j j| I 
iurkei Patr ck, lab, r 326w s 5 th. 

Burke, Patrick F., pipe nan engine housf 
No. 1, city fire department, r 120 y 

8 5th. j( I 

Bur^ke, Thomas, atty andji associate editoh 
Saturday Review,; rboms Ql, 63 aqfll 
63 Clapb bit, r 71,6 w 9th. ■!' 

Burke, Ulysses, elk Lang Bros., r 1423 to 1 . 
JWalnut, I 

Burke, W. H. Mrs., r 1424 w Walnut. 

Burke, William, plum qer Scoyille Plumb- 
ing Co., r 120 w 5th. 1 . 

Burke, William A.., physician, r 905 w H- 

Burke, William J., machinist Capital City 
Planini Mill <£o.,r 1534 w High. : 

Burkhardt, Katie Miss,, r 510 ^Chestnut. 

Burkhart, Frederick, wagonmkr,.r 204 w 

i & th - ' i ; ■ ' ' \ 

Burkhart, lenry, 1 moulder (5. Green, r 
over 62 J e 1st. - 

fiirkhart, J'ohn, painter Holland & New» 
,lr .'204 w 14th. 

urkhart, Lizzie Miss, 



Burkhead, 

Burkhead, 
Hogin, 

Burkhead, 



r 613 tf 2d. 

Mrs., r 703 e Lyon. 

Add^e Mis|s,| wks| Mrs. A.B 
ave. 



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Established 1871. 



lege. 

rat 



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Telephon » 394. 
209 (Wrist SojLITH 3D ST. 



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Carrie, r 1701 e Cojurt ave. 
Burkhead, p. C, (Burkjhead ' $ Marshall) f 
3^1 e 5th. 

Burkhead, Lucy G. M:is8 4 ell: Vaughn &' 
i Busseyt room 914 'N Walnut. 

Burkhead & Marshall, l (C. (!. j Burkhead 
and P. W. Marshall, barb< rs,335e 5th. 

Burkholdel, E., studejni Hiibjland Park 

Normak College. 
Burking E /student ijow^i BiWness Col- 





Ufrfl. ui Whole ule ui HeUil Deilwt la Mmi lad Boyi* CtotMn :., West 



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n,l Charles, plumbed, r 132 e'&jepj 

1 H" ■■•' "'' :' .'■l -L -^ 'I' 

.'Gust, plinnbet A. H. Walker 

o., r re>r 039 e 2nd: I « 

, bebrge, blacksmith;, r 1007 W 

iwti- ; - i ' ."■ ■ '■-. ;■- ■■ j 

enter, r 1715 w 8th| 



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i, .George, ear 



i, Hiram J., Rev., retired, r 510 wj 
Chestnut. , , ( 

'Burleig i, ,' Irma H. Mrs., cressmkr oyer 
L (P «' Walnut. | ■ ( ' 



Buirlcfigh, James W, 



tteg(sterj,r 510 ft Chestnut. 



J)Tintej Iowa ^tate 



Bu]rl4n, ( — — , wks ^b)wa Ripe and Tile 

BurUi)V?red, wks iffcit w Pleasant. 

iutn,;Lizzie.>[i8s', r 106 e 12th; 

Burn, Lt|uis, wks engne louse Capitol 
BMrl0(el2tl].| 

Biirnauk i, Doia Mr8,,jjr 314 w 7th. 

Biv:hiijjg i, Geojrge C, barber Smith Wiley, 

I ! r over s e $or 6th and Walnuts 

rBurnaug , Samuel, printer Iowa State 



Regii ter, r^bras ov 



Bu-nellj ! >araji ; ilrs., r 
Bu::ncttj Addie, pds| 51 
Burnettllirosl, (Levy:' 



r "428 w 9th. 



|51 Wi 5th. . 
1 e Dqs Moines. 



and William Bur- 
nett;, ) grocers 4^ , 

jBiirnottl Charles, r m\ ( Grajnd aye. : 

Buniett] Charles/ J3., bnUeman C. R. I. & 
| j .|K;«. R.,t 6|24 e Locust. ;, 
Burnett, Court M., roatfi master C. St. P. 

j jvl ffi. R. R., p 1005 ft Walnut.. 
Burnett, Emma studcn 

| ICollege:-- ■ ■• I _ ]., ■ . ..y. j 

Bwhettj Emily Miss, \ >l:pr Israel Brds., r 
■ 92i2 e Grand lave. 



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|Burnc|t,: George 'ft, e 
1 028 e Grand ave. 

[Burnett* James, jnould 



merchant, f 

._ e! Court ave. 
iijrnett,! John, \y]ks ^.| T. JHeyftood <i 

Son, rooms over 817 yv Locust, 
iunu-tt, John wkt, Capltil dityWliight 

^ m$ ; r 514 1 Coutt ave,- , f , ; j ,* 

Wt,'.Iohn, wks Dei glomes Mariu- 
facrturiug and jSuiply Co. r 511 e 



ifis Moines 

OFFICE 811 



Ik Burnett Bros., r 

I'tta James, jnoulddrj Wji^son & Stiin; 

iBuriH'ttJjam'cjB, wks I ei» Moines Mania.- 
%turing ai:.d iSu -»i ly Q6,/ r 511 ei 

,. , C'Ourt.ave. • \ V 

IBuriH-lt*; J. !S., ci>mniis|i6n 
?W|t,!.Iohn, miler, r| 5fl4 



Walnut cor. 8lxth 6 



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urnett 



Burnett, Lewis, i 
Gran I avp. 

Burnett, '. Lilian Miss, elk (f. 
rlOOiw Wal 

Burnett, !ij[. l .wk8 

uring imdSujjply Co 

Burnett, ] I. A. Mi is, elk James It. P^ites, 
bds e 6jh cor )es Moine j. 

Biirriett. 1 larion I ., baker, r 

Burnett, ^[aripn ^ L printer 

Locue t. 



I^ros.,) r 912 e 

M. Burpett, 
mt. 

DeaiMoinlis Manuifact- 



605 e lota. 

Wattera-Tal- 
bott Pririting Co", roomls over 8^7 w 



Burnett, '. Robert, ; restaurant 
~ ' L Codrt a\ e. 



514 e 



Burnett, 

Burne,tt, 
512 ( 



Bu 



Iol|ert, 4 ni|ner, r514 

y r illiam, Burnett Bros.,) r dver 
' 3th. 



Burhham [AvenueJ thirtieth WeBt of t)e8 
Moinc a river, ;from Clifton ave to 
Kingnian ave, Lyons Park. ) 



129 



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SB, Alsx. C, hoiler] misr Becknan 
Jros., : 625 e ] iyoni 
s, Bet sie Misi i/wkB 1505 .jfr 23d. 
Buriis. Dai lei, lab, r 315 e 1 b 4tjli. 

Burns. Daniel M^., wks Capital (jity 
Steam Laundry r I 

Bu^ns, Dei niSj-me 3senger We Btern tin 
! plegi aph Co. , r 118 w €i th ave. 

Burns, 3pi ma M. Ilissj plk L. Trepan 
I *g31v^l0th. !| 

BurtiB, Pra it A,, teamster Bejinett Bros. 
\ r 406. J jff ersoD , 8 Des Moi ies. 

Buj- is, P.'I ;. Mrs., vks ^25 w : 5th. 

Burns, Pn4, wks J. M, Clnaty, r 607 
) | Hillsjd 3 ave, b DeB Moine i \ 

Bun is, I(ia Miss, 1 8ales\vomar\ Estey 
V Camp, i; 20 w :0th. Ii 

Burns, James E., e k Jo^n BifniB, r 214 
. 1th. i 

Bur is, Joh i, Bectic n workman C. St. P. 
K. Cj IL^R., be a nr C.BU P. & %\ 
' round house. 

Buri is, Joh] i, firem! in Capitol BldgL r 1J9 
■ *3Mapl}. * - | ; 

Burns*, J*bln, k festiurant an I lodgin 
214 ft! Uh, rs'ane. ( 

Bun tB, Join i, re 15 ;h coif Wa ker. i 

Buns, Mar r Miss, wks Chai aberlain 
'■ . (3o., ril3' w6t ravel [ ' 

Burr s. Patrick, wk i E. D. Janes & Co, 



£ 




BurB8,' Pa^rck, lab 
Bun 8, Patr ick, |ab. 



Express and Transfer ii0.iwi!iH 



10^9 w : 



rll^ws 



at. . 
6th ave. 



ONB 871 



IELD & Co. 



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WORK GUARANTEED 

223 East Fifth St I 



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Burns, Patrick,, lab, r J122 e 11th. 
Burns, Sadie Miss, dressmkr, bds 612 w 

Grand ave. ! 

Burns, Thomas W., 'student Highland 

Park Normal College. 
Burns, Thomas, lab, r?8Q9 w 11th. 
Burns, William, well digger, r .e (ind w* 

Ascension. " , 

Burnside, Alex, plumber John Burnside, 

r 972 w 24th. J 

BuTnside, Archer, plumber John Burn- 

side. 
Burnside John, plumber, gas and steam 1 
! #tter and dealer! in iron aijd brass: 

goods, Oil w Loqust, r 1726 w Wood- 
. I land ave. j j ' 

Burnside, John C boiler mkr Iowa Boiler 

Works, r 1726 w j Woodland ave. 
Burnstein, Harry, elk li Burnstein, r 1424 

; e Walnut. ; ; ■ 
Burnstein, Hiram, tailor Simon Bernstein, 

r 412 e 6th. 
Burnstein, Lena S. Miss, elk H. Burnstein, 

• r 1424 e Walnut, 
Burnstein, R., second hand goods, 425 e 

Walnut, r 1424 e Walnut. 
Burr, Hattie Miss, studentllighland Park 

Normal College, rooms College Hall. 
Burr, 6. C, Mrs., wka'lDes Moines Shoe 

Manufacturing Co. 
Burrell, Anthony, janitor Capitol Bldg, r 

1414 e Buchanan. 

Burrett, F. E., agt [New York Life Ins. 
Co., room 201 ; Iowa Loan & Trust 
Bldg, r Linwood Lane, nr w Grand 
ave, " ! ■' i 



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Burrie, Dennis, cook, r 1337 e Lyon. 

Burris, J, L., lab, r 711 w Cherry. 

Burris, William E., wkJ H. [V. King; r 711 
,w Cherry,, '■ , ■ j ■ ■ j ' ;• j , 

Burrow, Effie Miss, dressmkrj [Mrs. Car- 
rie G. Burd, r 1015 jw Grand' ave. 

Burrows, lliram A., carpenter,' r 1119 !w 
2d. ' ;j -' M , 

Burrows, J. R.. foreman J. K. & }\ t . ft 

Gilcristi r 1140 w l^h. [ f 

Burrows, W., millwright, Des Manhfac-. 
, turing <fc Supply Go. ( • 

Burson ave, bet east 1 )th, and 20th from 
North fioutheastto Wilson ave. 

Burt, Charles W., : student Callanan col- 
lege, r 822 w Pleasant. I. !• 

Burt, Edwin O., examiner of titles, Iqwa 
| Loan & Trust Co.^ r 830 W 13th. I 

Bu!rt, E. G\ Miss, teacher Franklin 1 school, t 
r 830 w 13th. 1 I | 

Burt,iEmma Mrs., boarding house, r 200 

I Mtn. j' ! /■[■ ' 

Burt, Eva Miss, wks Des Moines Giove 
i [Works, r w 20ht cor Woojlland avp, 

,Bur|t, Freurick, mason, r over 611 e 1st; 

Burt, Gertrude Miss, teacher Fran din 
school, rj 830 w lqth. 

Burt, Gillette S., animal keeper JDes* 
Moines Zoological Garden, r w 12th 
cor Douglas, Oak Park. 

Burt, Lcjnora S. Miss, student Caltynan 
College.' r w 9th cor Pleasant 

Burt, Lillian C, tead 
r83()wil3th. i 

Burt, L. J.,' student 



lege. 



ler Franklin School 



Iowa Business 



Bur^, Maggie Miss J teacher , Emerson 
schoc 1, r- 1620 e Gra nd ave. 

Biirjch, Dora Miss, Wks J[. M. Chr%,r 
2d car Jefferson,) s Des Moines. 



Col- 



Burtch,. v Fayette Wj., painter, r 1! 
; Pennsylvania ave. < 

Burtch,' Martha Mrs.^ r n w jcor ]2<j and 
J Jefferson, s Dee (Moines. 

Burtch, Majud Miss, r 327 e lath. 
Burtch, William T., wks [power house, 

Des Moines Street R. I^JCo. • 
Bmtis/T.B., r 811 e 12th. I 
Buiton, Alpha Miss,, wks 575 w 7th. 
Bu ton, John, real estate, 1053 w 8thL 
Bu -ton, William, pprter Aboijn House. 
Burton,' William GlJlab^r 117 w 8,9th. 



Towne&iMcFarland 




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*T. J08KPH, MO. jManufaLtuwrilf 

n8. S H o;ril High Grade Flour 



DES MOINES | millEC^OEY. 



Burtonjwiljiam Ok Jr., lab, r 117 w a 9th. 
Bur well, Jame 1 s, r 6C 9 w. Walnut. t | 
Burzacptt, James C, elk. William Burza- 
^, r llSje 10th. , ! ' ' 

Burzacott, Sarah JMi|8;, r 724 e Walnut. | 
Burza-co'tt, William. newsdealer, jjig v ar 
! ind tobacco, 309 € 5th, r 1%i e Walr 

; b4t.- ! .■■'','"■ ■ . Vi/ 

Busack; "Jesse, r 514 w 9th. , 

Busack, Jessie luiss, sW^nt Oa pital Oit 
I Commerc ial College, r 5: 4 w 9th. 

BusbyJEvan, marble* jutterlqwa Monu 
i| me(nt Op., r,1004 w 10ty. 

: 5usby,| Joliri, studeni; Highland ParH Nor 

nial College, rooms College Hall. 
3usby| Walter! stonecutter; r 100,4 W 10th. > 

. Busc^i, William, shoe maker,.r 1626 e Lyon. 

' usoy, ! J. M., (E. W. Vaughn '& Co.) rover 

ush, Benjamin P., wks Merritt & Bush, 
Hpe Maple. |. :. 

Uislii'T. P., (Merritt & Bush) r 1525 w'. 

iiikh. i-' . ■ ■• v. ; . ■:[■ i 

3usli, Frank, boll bovl Sayery i House. 

iusli, Isaaq, lat), 1115 le. F'rp npnt. ', j-' 

Bush, James S., retired, r 5il9 w 6th ave # ' 

w 4th. 

Bush, Samuel j wks JJE. Fagen, bds North 
nrfcrpv ' \ " ' < ■ ',— 

Bush, William B., traveling salesman Mer- 
ritt & Bush, r 623, e Maplfe. 

Bush, William J., shoemaker, if 1626 le 
Lyon. | ■ ■ • : | " . ' . • 

pushnell, Charles J., student Des Moines 
College, r,211(rw Clark. « 

Bushnell, Joseph I. commissioner 1 Iowa 
Iinbiigration Buroau, secy and mngr 
Ma Directory Co., atid compiler ' 
Pep Motors City '. directory, room 410 
Iotoa Loan and "JYust Co's Bldg, r 2115 
w Clark. J 

Bussei e, % W., (W. WV Busselle' & Co.) 
r4t3w Grand avd. 

iBussele,W.W.&Cq., (W. W. Busselle 
and W.'Nl ReddiAh) livery and b6ard- 
nu; stable,. 413 w Grand ave'. ' . 
j. «ssing, Isaac F.i capenter, r l-21S&^21st 
Bussing, W. ife , cWnterj r 1911,4 Mill 
Butcher, Charles 1 Mrs,, r82ffe 9th. i' ; 

Butcher, George, float, 2041 w 7th, r 1070 

wJKith. ' ,| IT. ' j : 

Butcher, Geoige A.| lirickriason, r f . 823 e' 




Butchie, 






TUUtU, +f.. u., vil/J J 
Biitin)rl238 

IjJutf n; A. M> Mrs., 

utin, CI uujle M., 



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Antonio , foreman construction 



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' traip ( p.M.i<fc Ni R. R., bds ?18V 
Chertf. T ' T 
$utin, 4-. J., city ioliceman, and (Jacobs & 
% " w2^nd. 

r 406 w Center. ' 

r 1238 w 22nd. 

Butin, d.' If*, atti and real Estate, 214 w 
I ! 5th, t ds w Grand'ave nr 37th, ] j 

Butler, ,C C. Mrs., r 616 w 3rc£ » \ 

Butler, C larles F. conductorj Des Moines 
Elec ric Railway, r^08 w 2nd. 

Butler, (Florence Miss, wits Hotel De 

! : &eebe. !,.- \' ■ ' T "■ ■ :"' 
'Butj4r, Frank, atty, bds ^.born House. 

Butlor,'tFrank^f;irmer,bds604e s| 9th 

Butlor, t attie pVfisi (¥• E - = <^! H. Butler) 
|. i 1017 w 25th. 

[enry,, lah[, r 1209 7th, s \ Des 
es. 



Br, II. 'S., mgrpi<j:Cormick Harvester 
lacl; ine Co., 21B and 21)8 w Courf ave, 



Des 



Buflif, I 

i ■•']■ 1. ]H()iu 

Butler, 

! -M 

4 ; r 1711 w Woodlhnd ave] 
Butler, Li »wis, ;veterilnliry $i ir^eon, r 305 e 

• i'L'ntii. ■■■ p' ■ h ■ 

Butler,; Malinda,Mrl,r 12)9 7th, 

• [ 'Moines. 1 ' 1 rr 

ButlerjM.E.Miss,(MiE. alnd II Biitler) 
I Tl2irw25th.> 1 i • r !? 

Bu^tlerj R IL, wks 5C6 w 7th. \ 

Butlerj' M . E. and H. ; milliier^ and fancy 
goodi i Robbins Bjk , w J5th 

Butler, 8( c»tt, miner Aipe Hill Coal Co., r 
1218 «h, 8 Des M( lines. 

Butler, Yi illiam, vices p^et Iowa'National 

Bldg. and Loan Aj sociation, ;* Clarinda 

Iowa i ■ "■ I i 

Jutlin, K.IH., fruit ih4 cbmmiasion, 206 

w Co art ave, r 82B y/ ipth 
uttell, iidam, vice i»rep Begiebing-But- 
1 tellliahoCo., r.835-e'»th. 

[Butkers, Belle MisEj.cxessmkr, over 1600 

', w 6tl ave. r w 1st c6r College ave. 
Butters, Jjanies M., tet mst^r, r 1606 w 1st. 



Butters, 






:. JL, labjr U3 4 2o% 

Butters,. |he -man, teanster, r : 1606 w 1st. 
Buttkere t, 1 Alice |M ss, music teacher 
(violin,) r 1119 f ?ark| 

Buttkersit, O, Ql, Inerchant tailor, 207 
w6tl,rlll9wPi,rk. 

JJuttler, ]Ctta, sjtudent 
lege. 



Contractors and 



Dealer* In UlDullluQI III 

I Office: 720 WALNUT ST. 



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Description 

PHONE 490. 



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J . L. M j ASO N , WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FINE MILLINER 

T05 and 7Q7\^ALNQT 8T. Ladies' Fufnishf 



shfng and Fancy Goods. 



1654 e Lyon. 
1089 w 25th. 



Buttler, Seth, prop Excelsior Bottling 
Works, 324 e 1st, r |305 e 1 lth. 

Butts, A. E. Mrs., student Capital City 

Commercial College . 
Butts, D. D. Mrs., r 1517 w Locust. 
Butts, Elisha, grocer, r 
Butts, E. W., painter, r 

Butts, G. 31., student Iowa Business Col- 
lege. 
, Butts', Martha A. Mrs.,r 1211 w Mulberry. 

Buxton, Benjamin C, i 1219 w Pleasant. 
Buxton, C. L., elk Des Moiues Manufact- 
uring & Supply Co»,r 1216 w Crocker. 

Buxton, I). H., treas Dea Moines Mnfg & 
Supply Co., r 1212 w 23d. 

Buxton, Edward, miner Des ^loihes Coal 
Co., r Main, Sevastopol. 

Buxton, J. E., coal dea.er, r 1219 w Pleas- 
ant. 

Byars, Daniel II., carpenter, 
Ally. 

Byars, John E., butcher, r 3'Park Alley 

Byerlv, William IT., mc 
' Street 11. H. Co., r 

Byers, ' Carrie E. Miss 




and, physical culture, II 



r 4 Park 



torneer Des Moines 
1734 e Des Moines. 

teac ier elocution 



w Otli 



ghland Park 



P- 



ave bet Ovid 
w Walnut. 



Normal College, r 
and I Oak Park ave 

Byers, Jacob, rooms over 221 

Byers, Jacob, wks J. JLI. Qupal & Co., r 
742 e. Locust 

Byers, ^Joseph, miner, r 1608 e Des 
Mojnes. 

Bynumj E. E., atty, room 21, r 1906 w 9th 
Clapp blk. ( ' 

Byojr, Anna Miss, as&t I. W. Kramer^ r 
711 e Lyon. 

Byojr> Lizzie Miss, elk Lang Bros. 

Byrkit, C. S., deputv secretary of State! r 
514 e 13th. 

! j • 

Byrne, Charles K., tinner C. V. Keith^ r 
20 w 10th. 

Byrne, Eliza A. Mrs., jr 20 w 10th. 

Byrne, Ida A. Miss, elk Estey & Camp, r 
20 w 10th. | ' 

Byrne, Joseph. ,F M p'rinter, r 20 wlOth. 

Byrtm, William P., sllirt polisher L. M. 
HH1, r 20 w 10th. 

By water, Ida M. Miss, teacher Garfield 
■school, r.rootn 13 Curl blk. 

Bywater, Stella II. Mrs., music teacher, r 
room 13 Curl blkj - ■ 



CADWALLADER, Midnie Misp, student 
Park ' - - - 



Highlai d 

room^ Qollege Hall 



Normal j College, ! 
i 

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Brick and Tile 



IT. Cady & Co. t r 
803 w Walnut. 



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Cady, A., jvks Union 
■ Works, :r 1354 e Buchanan 

Cady, Charles, expressnan, r 1354 e Bu- 
chanan. 

Cady, D. (L traveling salesman Des 
\ koines 3il Tank fine, r,: Kirkwood 
, | itouse. 
j Ca'dy, Edwatd, wks T. 
J !. 818 p Pi ne. 

Cady, Elizabeth ^Irs., r 

Cady, Frank, driver Rlick Diamond Coal .: 
and. Mining Co., r 1109 e Walker. I 

Cady, Ida Miss, wks Pennsylvania House, ! 

jCady, John D., mailcarrier, r 818 e v Pine. 

bady, L. B., retired, r 1927 w I Cottage 
prove ;ive. < < • , 

Cady, Mini ie L. Misaj, .teacher Physical 
-Culture! and Elocuji6n, r 818 e tPine I 

Cady, Thomas H., (T. H.Cady <S;Co.)r$l8' f 
e Pine. . ' | ■ , 

Cady, T. H. & Co., (ij.H. Cady and -j— ) 
coal, Jiine and cement, 319 and $21 e 

' 4th. | i ■ '/ J 1 ■ . !■: • 

Cady, William H., teaijister T. JL Cady & 
, bo., r 1428 e Frempnt. 

Cage, George, teamster^ j 923 w 

Cage, George S., Vallev 19, Des 

Cage, John, Valley 49 Jqottage 

Cage, Thomas, T., tea 1 raster ^hite Line 

Transfer Co., r 30Cjw 15th. 
Cahal, George, Say lor 23, Des ]\ koines. 

Cahil, Edward E., lab, r w 15tlj nr Doug- 
las ave, Oak Park. 

Cahil, Jam ?s H./r w lpth nr Dpuglas ave, 
Oak P;ifk. 



18th. 
H 



4th. 
Moines. 
Grove. \ ^ 



.C.JH; 



CaV, 



rris & Co., 



Cahill, Jen trie, r 732 w 

Cahill, Kat ? Miss, plk. 
bdBll')5|W Walnut. 1 

Cahill, Mary Mrs.Jwks 208 w Walnut. 

Cahow, Ernest W.- tejicher The Peoples 
Commercial College,, bds over 413 e 
6th. j p ,1 , 

Cahow, Jcmes, wks |Li|verpo)l andlDes 
' Moine? Packiilg Co.J r Che ster(ie(d. 

Cahow, Mi [ton, wks : Liverpoc 1' and [ D03 
Moine j Packing (jty, r Chesterfield. 



Catiarine j Mrpl 
1 House), r 205 w Vine. 



wks 



Kirkwood 



Estiww 1671. ) NATURAL STONE, Home I Foreigii j J* , 

TtflgpbOM 394. ) W.A.STEELE. qirrlo. In Marlon Oounty! ( WeSt Ptll 3(1 St 



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-i 8T. JOSEPH 

n !• Branch H 

Ui 118 w. 2d St. 



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DES MOINES DIRECT 



bain, LfjFar ette » teamster Charle 
bdsil0l8 w Woodland aye. 

Cab, TOH ib, miner 
bdsi81£ Magisoh, 



Calbert, 
Calboit, 



Stivers; 



Hose Hill Coal Co., 
s Dea ^oines. , 

r 



Caldbec'k, William; .cutter I). Goldman 
920 wind. : "|'-] ; 

Ar ;hur. wks 2143 w dlrand aye. 
Jo in, . feamster Bloomfield Cqal 
Co,., r Ittllsideave, s Dei Moines. ' . 

Caldwell, Cora Miss, dressmkr Miss Mat- 
tie P. I :uffm4njT 322 w Pelton ave. i. 

Caldwell, C .-."$., stone cutter Iowa Marble 
■and Mj ntel Co., t ds 910 w Walnut. 

Caldwell, Frank E., tiamster White Line*'. 
Traiisfc r Co t ! , r 1111 wist. , I ". . ■ 

Caldwell, larry, wlss I)ep Moines Ice 
Co!;r v 1st cor Commercial/. " i 

Caldwell, Jisper N., leamster Whiter Line| 
Tr|i)sf( r Co., r 1 314 w Polton ave. 

Caldwell, J ohn, student Iowa Business 
Collect . , i j ' j ^ 

Caldwell, William 'll, teamster White 
Lino Transfer Col, r mf w Pelton 
ave.-1 ■ ' v I 

Calhoijnj, Essie MissJ student Highland 
Par^ IN ormal College, r6om Stilson 



Des Moines 



)RY. 



Callphan, iflary ftf rs. 
ive. 

Michael, 



Callahan, 
JLeat 



ef, bdsl3$e VjinB. 

Iowa Business 



Callahan,' [T. R, stbldent 
1 Colleg 

Callahan,; r . 'nomas, firem4n 
.R, )ds812w ! Che-rV 



Callanan, 



podl md ave. 



Callanan. 

■■ , & 
ave 



ilowa B isiness Col- 



House. 
Calkins^C. C.,istu<Jen 

Calkins, ID. $., r 1407 b Grand ave. 

Calkms,j'Hcnry,?123eShepird. | 

Cali,'Geprgi Mv,;traveling'68lesman,r 621 
w lj)th. , ' 

Call, Mamie,' Miss,' hair dresser F. W. 
Frajjz, • 210.W Ridge, V- , 

Call, lt|!\V. druggist, r 1600 W Linden. 
Call, I^E;, teacher science, West Des 

Mollies lligh School, r (62 w 20th. 
Call, William At, bkrpr, L. Trepanier, r 

■ effljw hh. | | ' , ■■ v ■■;' ■ V 

Callahan, D ^. BtfndeV& Cillahan, r.91(j 

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Callall^Jimes/studintiHi 
' %'mali College. .,! y 

Callal aji,, Ji m fa j } a b, y 807 e Market. 

CallajL J M.J harbor William H. Car- rt 
najbdswGrandavenrBth. • f, 

CallalWn, .hrnes^, collector ^The Singer 
JUfoufafeturibg Co., 1 1512^ w'W 
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Callanan College, C. |W. Martindale 
, pres, yr Pleasant, cor 1 th, 

Callin an, Elizabeth Miss|, r w|28tjh, cor 
iW oodl md ave. 

ian, Janies, real ebdatelbwil Loan 
Trui t bldg, r wi .28th CQr Wocdlaud 

e ' ]' J 

•Callanan, J ames L,, cl t J a mes Callanan, 

! .., f w 28i h cor Wooc lank ave. 

ballanan. Martha C, M'?i f editor and 
publisher Womhi's |^H^orHf ».^»« 
%2 Iowa Loah& Trusl 
or W( odland ave 

Callanan, Michael, 




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ieadei, 

CallWn, {)t,e^phen W., r 

. .and aAeL 1 ' I . . | , -, 

Callunder, ^Irs., nurse, r 920 w 16th. 

Ca,Uunder, Jes.se, ro6njs ov^rjw ^th s e cor 
- v Grand ave. i 

Callnnderj' Jesse, elk |W. D. Johnson & 
'. C!o., roc ms Seeburger I Ik. 

Calhnder, i ohn M., hkpr r ?one Brothers, 
:• 1306 w 6th ave. 

CWlander, 1 Villiam P., traveling salesman 
•^F IJone Bros., rooms 714 



w5th, r912w 



Calllker, )., P., (Callend 
. 9]14wf r 'th. -'i r 

Callander, L. B., atty 307 
Grove. 

Callender, 1 fancy J. Mrs., i 9Q9 w H. 

CailejoderJWiliiam, well digger, r 909 w 

Call|nder; William, wks fr< sight depot W. 



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f)ldg, r w 28tl). 



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r & Smith,) r 



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Qalljinder fcSmitb r (D. V. Callender & 
II. W.Smith,) attorneys, rooms 16 
partpllk. 

CaJUpon, J. D., student ^owa Business 
Allege. 

Callo|way, Charles, farmer, rs e of Ches- 
irfieldjljetiC. B: & 0. l}. R., and Dea 



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Calloway, W. night \ orter Aborn HouBe, 
1 r 816 e s 11th. 



Caiman, Myrtle Miss, 
Calvary Mission S 



wks 515 w 6th ave. 
nday School, C. E. 



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! Risser supt, Ira C. Kling asst supt, 
A. J. Barlbw secy. Mrs. C. E. Risser 
rec sec, R. R. Dockstader treas, 
Capital City Opera House. 

Calvert — farmer, }Valnut Creety,* nr w 
city limits. 

Caivert, Charles A., 
| berry. | 

Callvert, Dora Miss, r 1014^ w Grand ave. 
Calvert, E., wks L. Harbach. 

Calvert, John, miner Bloomfield Coal Co., 
; r 410 Hillside ave, s Des Moines. 

Calvert, M., lab, r 1014^ w Grand ave. 

Culvert, S. Mrs., dressmkr, r 1014)^ Grand 
i ave. _ ; ! 

Calvert, Wright, coachman P. M. Hubbell, 
Terrace Hill, w; Grand aye. j 

Calvin, Bert, wks Hurlbut, Ward & Co., r 
1213 w High. " ; j 

Calvin, J. B., elk Hurlbut, Ward & Co., r 
1213 w High. ' 

Calvin. John, wks E. B. Janes & Co., r 
| 1213 w High. ' I ■ , 

Calvin, John H„ lab, r 1213 w High > 

dalvin, Sarah H. Mrs., r 1213 w Higji. 

Qalwell, Frank E., teamster White! Line 
, Transfer Co., r 1111 1st s Des Moines. 

Cambridge Street, seventh east of 6tli ave, 
from Ovid ave to j north limits of 
Highland Parle. I 

Qameron, Albert W., carpenter, r 

: ist. i 

Cameron, Daniel F., line man C. R. I. & 
j P. R. R., r 1133 w 8th. ' 

Cameron, Douglass, stock dealer, r 24th 
I cor Scott. ; 

Cameron, James, driver American Ex- 
"! press Co. bds 115 e Grand ave. | 

"Cameron, J. L.. collector Central Union 
Telephone Co., r 1108 w High. ' 

Cameron, M. Mrs., dressmkr, r 1108 w 

! High. 

Cameron, Robert, teacher, r 920 w 24th. 

Cameron, William A., driver American 
\ Express Co., r 117 e Grand ave; 

Camozzi, Peter, fruit and codfeetionery, 
j 801 w Walnut, bds 308 w 7th, 

Calvin, S. B., elk Hurlbert,' Ward :& Co., 
I r 1213 w Hiirh. 



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Calvin, Jqnn, wks Ei D. Jamfea & Co.. r 
1213 jr High, ' 

Calvin, Jdhh H., ljab, jr 1213 w| High. 

Calvin, SaWn H. JUiBfijjr 1213 w High.. 

Calwgll, FrinlTE,, tejamster White Line 

Transfer Co., r nil 1st, s Des Moines. 

Cambridge Street-Seventh east Jof 6th 
ave from Ovid to Highlar d Park. 

Cameron, Albeit, Wi carpenter, j* 320 e 

, l8t * J 

Cameron; Daniel, [F.i lineman p. R.!l. & p, 

R.R.,jll38toEth. | 

Cameron' Douglass! itockderler, re 24tti 
1 Cor ScMt. . ] ! ' ■ i' . ' j, 

Cameron, ^ames^ dilver ibaericah Ex- 
press Co., bds 115* Grard av£. 

Camerori, J. L., coilsptor Central Union' 
Teldgraphy Coj, r 1108 w High. , . 

Cameron, M. Mrs., dressmkr, u IftlOS w 

■ ffigh - ■[) I I 

Cameron, Robert, teacher, r920 w| 24th. 

Cameron^ William A.,' driver American 
Express Co., r 117 e Grand ave] ', 

Camozzi, Peter, fruit and confectioned, 
801 w Walnut,! bds 308 x ' 7th. 

Camp, Frank, student Iowa Businelsa Col* !l 

. leg*. I . J\\\ . 
Camp,. Frank J., r 1M2 e 12th. 

Camp, j. M., blacksmith, 61:5 e Grand ato, !] 
rl|l2el2th. . 

Camp, Sarah J. Mrs., r 312 o 15th. ftl 

Camp, William M., locomotive engineer 

C! St. P. & K. (j. R. R., • 932 w 7th: 
Campbell, — agtJ r 824 w Walnut. 
Campbell, A. K., (uampbel'l Furnace Co.) 

r w Euclid kve nr 10th, Oak Park. 

Campbell, A. L.[ atty Central Loan apd 

Trust Co., room over, 8S 2 w Walnut 

Campbell, Alice Miss, teacl ier Kindergpr-jJ 

ter Lake Park school, r Euclid ave 

be ; 10th and 11th Oak Park 

Campbell, C. E. H., (Camp bell &'|tfarBh)j 

I r ' Council' Bluff el, Iowa ^ ' i I 

Campbell, Charles I E., ass; secy Capital 

Insurance Co. j j 906 vt 3rd. ' ['■ f .' j 

Campbell, Clinton G., preg3man, rJ14l6**J 

Woodland avel 
Campbell, David, ijvks e firorik s' w cor 

18th. ; I ■. 

Campbell, D. E.,'j Student Capital) City 
i Cbmmercial Colleg^ r 547 w Oth 

ave. ■"'» 



!C. W. FOWLEjR, 

■714 W. Looust St, Tolephonl© 511. 




\ Stfjara Heatfnfijll 
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SObvlL M I^LllM Bl NG ' dOM PAN Y. 

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Oampbe 1, Ei, Qr«jenwoo<i'lWk DiaryL; 

Ckmpbe 1, Edithj ^lisL Student Highland 
[ Park Nomaf Co lle^e. , • 

Campbe l.Edniunfl W., 1 student Capital 
City Commercial College, r 1106 w 

; iotiI : .it • I : . ;■ 

Cam pbell, Edwin S.,i foreman Hawkeye 
, Prijiting. Co;, 1 1416 wj Woodland ave. 

I pampbef^ Elizabeuh Slta., r 833 w 9th. ! . 

' .Campbell, Ella Miss, elk J. H. Campbell, 
"^ r 11,69 wiOth. I i .. ■ ; J 

jCampbefl, , Elmer. A), "conductor bes 
Moines Street Ry.l r 715 e Lyon. 

Campbell, Eatella. CMma, type\jrr4fer Brad- 
• street. Mercantile Agency, irl 1169 w, 

!■ iot«r.. ! ] ■■■.., ■■ • ;■•■ 

|0am pbell, Everett, pltudent Highland 
! Paris Normal Co lege, r Euclidave nr 
10th, Oak Earjk. j j i I 

Oamnbellt Frank |T .| Btate railroad com- 
| mi89iQner,r900|V|3rd. '■ 

i Campbell, FrSd G.> [printer, r 1416 w 
, ! Woodland avei' , . 

Campbell, G. A., b udemt 
i sity, bd8.iW)6 w 27th. , 

Campbell, Gr$elev, jcarpenlter, r 101 
I Jefferson. ' . I j i 

Gamp&ell, Hj;- carp inter, r .6 15 e „ Iiyon J 

Campbell, Hl'.E v %u<jent Capital City 
Commercial Qolljege, r 547 w 6th 

ave. •• : .! 



Drake Univer 



w. 



Campbell Bteater Co 
presandimgr mnfr 



a0^v5th.i 

pbe 
Moi ies. 

IA 
College, 



4|A. K| Campbell 
mgr tynfrs Cajnpbell Heater, 



Campbell, Hehry, Jatyr |42£ Clay, s Des 

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Campbell A «J,| sljiid^ijtt towa, Business 
.J Campbell, Horacej 



nt loi 

Jj. ■ > .. 

r K8 Liyerpool knd. 
ng Co., r Euclid 'ave 



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Des M6,i aes Packing G 

nr 10th, JakPtfrkLH ' 
Campbell, * ;Iorace, traveling s&lesman 

Chicago Buggy 1 Cb., jr 521 w ljith. 
Campbell, ^ijnes, student Capital City 
1 pomme rcial College, r ll69jw loth. 

Campbell, .J;|rues, Ocuji^, office ,'ojver 212 
W 4th. ^ 



■Cuhibbell, j'Mes ti.J foreman H. aud 1L 

J-J;v-r22p4Witklivf •' 
Campion. Jmiies 

> Ml w Ufi. 
Um\^ . •[. B., 



*¥l8Clc thing House 

D - M. JOHNSQN A SON. 



if rdware, 9q0 w Cth, 

; ; j ' 1 

Delaware' 20] e Des 



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Campbell; J. H., 1 maV( r;j)f Des Moines, 
I r jL4 (6 w IVpbdlanc aye. 

Campbe 1, John, oculisi , office over, 212 w 
||. 4th, r 212 W 4th. [ 

Canrpbe 11, John Aj ; \jeterinary surgeon, 
| j ■ 407 ¥j ^rand ave. r l|)65 w 5(h. 

(j!ampbe 1, John D., traveling salesman, r 
715 j Lyon. 

Campbe 1/John D. MraL, dreagmkr, r 715 

Cajnpbe 1, John W., ells United States Ex 
Q pret 8 Co,, r 1706 w Woodland ave. 

CJampbe 1, Joseph,. student Drake Univer- 
l .sity, 'rooms 1386 w 27th. 

Oampbe 1, J. P., waiter Q. A. Kooker. 



Mrs., 



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seamstress, r 1052 



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Cjampbe 1, Julia 
w E ios aVe. 

Oampbe |l. L. E. kra., e|l|l62 w 27th. 

C impbe ji, Margaretite, Delaware 29, e Des^i 
Moi^ieB 

Clainpbe 1, Peter, lab, r 413 w 3rd. 

C im^be 1, , Valeria 3^is6, r 833 w 9th. 

C ampbe 1, W. A. Kev., editor Iowa Pro 
: hibi;ionist,bdsl02)w2nd. 

C Mnpbe 1, Waldo,, wks Campbell Furnace 
, Co., r Euclid ave n • 10th, Oak Park. 

Campbell, William, r.l 69 w 10th 

Qapipbe H. William A., student Highland 
rar i Normal Colic ge. 

ampbe LI & Marsh, (C.E. H. Campbell 
* and ^T. B. lyfarsh) j jen agt King Iron 
Brie ge and Manuft >cturing Co., Clapp 
- Blk 7P ~ T 

Oampbe it & McMullens Addition, from 
Lociistto Grand nve, bet w£jth and 
13tli 

CamUto ^ W. W., student Iowa Business 
Col ege. 

Oanfleld , Edward W., pkiiter Pjais^ Wash- 
ing Maqhine Co., r ' 1; .00 w| Walnut* 

(lanfleld j John H., lab, r . : 640 e Walnut. 

(fahfiell, Luther H., mhgr, Daisy Wash- 
ing Machine Co., r 11 00 if Walnut 

^anine, C. C, (Duvall 6 1 ('o.,)V 1102 w9thj gl 

Canine, ** ' " ' ' ' """* 

9th, 

( canine, 

canine, 

Jantrill 

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W., carpenter, Lejwis Sommar. | p ,\r 
William R.| fa :vt er, r Grant Parkj jj (Q! 

toieodric >N.[ to^r, r 914^ V (T 



;Thoma8N;, -vks E.- L. &. J. L. 
jiffy r 014JS w lfolij . * I') QQ 



Dds MoixxeaU 



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223 East fifth St. 



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DES MOINES, IOWA. : 

The Greatest Schools of Commerce in the West. 

Before going to school anywhere Hend for cata- 
logue aiuf circulars to theso schoolH. Addre«n, 

J. M. MEHAN, Prin., 
408 AND 410 WEST LOCUST STREET. 



cjiunam, John, butchor, r 1225 w Schbol. 

C&nnon, Bertha Miss, student Highland 
| Park Normal College. 

Cannon, John E., painter and paper 

f * hanger, r 1325 e Maple. 
Gannon, Joseph, mgr Iowa Flour and Oil 

| Co., 101 w 6th ave, r Oriel Blk. 

(Jape, William Ile|V., pastor Primitive 
■i Methodist church, r 1800 e Des 
Moines. 

Capital Avenue, first north of Walnut from 
east 11th to State Pair Grounds. 

Capital City Bottling Works, F. Harbach, 
prop., rear 512 and 514 w Walnut 

Capital City Commercial College, J. 
M'. Mehan prin, 608 and 610 iw Locust. 

CapitaTCity Electric Light Co., Ed- 
ward G. Pratt mngr, Mjnturn T. 
Wright secy, e 2nd cor Vine. 

Capital City Feed Mills, Standish & Cov- 
entry props, e 6thj cor Court ave, . 

Capital City Fuel Co., M. Quinn supt, J> 
| M. Bachtell mngr,j miners and ship- 
i pers Iowa coal, office rooni 49 Clapp 

Capital City Gas Light Co., E. G. Pratt 
| mngr, M. T. Wright secy, office 226 w 
| 3rd. "j i | 

Capital City Nurseries, C. L. Watroua 
I prop, Clifton ave nr s city limits. 

Qapital City Oat Meal Co., J. B- 

] Schuster, pres, J. D. Whisenapd secy, 
| e 7th cor Court Ave. 

( Capital City Opera House, over 517, '519 
I aud 521 e Locust. 



Capital City Planing Mil. Co^ F. A, 
Percival pres, H. F. Percival sec and 
treas, C. J. Meerdink | supt,, mnfrs 
sash, doors aud jblinds etc, je Court 
ave, s e cor 2d. 

Capital City School of Shorthand, J. 
M. Mehan prin, <>08 au|i 610 w Lo- 
cust 

Capital City State Bank A, Holland 
pres, J. A. McKiuuy ca|h, e 5th cor 
Locust. i 



Capital City. Steam Laundry 



ing & Co. props, 521 e Walnut. 



Capital City Woolen Mills 
Bros propc, office aud 
8th u e cor Market. l 



Sheuerman 
vareropm, w 



Capital Insurance Cot J W. W. Lyons 
pres, J. K. Gilcrest sec;'*, 410 w Lo- 

bet 12th and 



E. E. Ilerr- 



Washhigtotf 
e aud e 14th. 

[letzfrng supt.jff 

, of fcine, 

Merritt & 

w Locust, 
and Tile Co 



eust. | 

Capital (Park City Hall, Poll 
13th. J 

Capit \\ Park, from North U 
' n''\ b >t Pennsylvania a\ 

Capital Park School, R'. A. J 
e 13th cor Polk. ' . 

Capital Street, sechnd sptth 
from east 16th to 17th. 

Capron, Smith E., packer 
Bush, r 1429 e Court ays. 

Capps, Sadie* Miss, wks 1601 

Caraher, B.. wks Iowa Pipe 

Caraher, Barney, lab, f 212 ^ Maple. J 

Caraher, Frank J. wks lagle Potter)-, 
r 212 e Maple., ' » 

Caraher, Barnes, wks Cham >erliin &Co 

Caraher, Mary Miss, r &12 e Maple. , 

Caraher, P., wks Dos Moine \ Mahufnctur- 

ing & Supply Co., r 212 e Mjaple 
Carden,T. R.„ student Highland Park 

Norjmali College! I ; 

Carey, Edward A., | miner Eurekal Goal 

Co., r 411 Hartford ave, 3 Des Moines! 

Carey, John, miner Eurel :a Coal Co,, 
411 Hartford ave, s Des Moines. 

Carey, John L,, conductor C. R. 1..& 

f R. R., r 714 w 4th, . | ! 



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Carey, Mary $., wlks 22 w 9th. j 
Carey, Peter jv.j (Carey & Sbipardsonjl 
1 and state agt IJnited, t Hates Mutua 
; Accident Associatibn/i 1020 >v 8th. 
Carey & Shepardson, (P. V Carey and 
I H. Shepardson,) restaui ant and cigaif J 
and tobacco, 413. w Loc ust, I 



DesMoines) 



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iCor. West 6th 
( and 
Mulberry Sts. 



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Isew Fruity Tree's ar 

in the Great 1 lis sjSBip'pi: 

ORNAMENTAL 

] EVERGREENS, 

Grounds Sonth Sfeyenth lit. 



Prop. ' 

h 1 di Plants originated 
sjssippj: Valley : . • 

REESw SHRUBS, 

ROSES, ETC: , 

! -I| . ;" ■ 

Near City Limiti. Phone 51 9- 



)ainter, r over 612 w 



bkjSrj Blb'omnelfl-Coal 
752 el Walnutl 

Bloonifleld 20, D^s 



Cariher, 'Marny rl 
' jith ave.: r 

!Carleton,|Frlipk P., 
& Milling Co.J r| 

(Carlisle, Jasper, 
Moines. 

Carlisle, .Joseph, ! Blpomfiqld 18, ; Dea 
3Ioiiiejs. ''! J 

('arlin, Clinton, fore nan jTlij Homestead 
composing ropn i, r 8p|i-_ 3or Beqkwith 
ave, Lake Park, i , , 

[X'arlin, Leno:*a, s;u<lent |Hi rhland ', Park 
|i formal (College, i' a 

Carlin, dlivor C, pin iijpositor The Home- 
stead; rw 8th ctfcBeckwath aveJLake 

, te. i.|:i,(f ' j '- »■ 

i'arlJioJvA., min^r, i -602 p 8 5tli. 

Carlson, A. A., ) sect oh- foreman C. & N. 

W..KL RJ r' 610.1! M." 

Oarlson.i"A.|'B'.[|g] , o<jpr , 42d .e Locust, 
. - oyer same, il ■•; 1 ' . 

[,'Carlson, A. R, lab, : 1546 e Lyon', 

Carlson. A. F., ,'<jjj vvt $loJmfield { Coal 
Co., r nr Bloom i( Id Coal Mines. ; 

Carlson, A. jj, prds Vlaple Grove Cdal &. 

, UMining Oo., r;l 00 ( « Capital ave! 

Carbon, A. jj, lab| if ij 
I Car 



n|der 6Q7 e 2d. 



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son. Al, T'ks Ei reka Coal Co., r 5&3 e. 

Carlson, Albert, fire nan Dk Moines Elec- 
trie Light CoJ, ] 816 e Maury. t 

Carlson, Albe rt, U 3 Cit^n Water Works, 
r 210' cries Mo nes^l, I ! .■ * ' 

Carlson, Andrew,, diner 'feloimfleld Coal 

Carjson Anjl •<• wjfl [Lie ikroVe Coal Cpi,) 
r i->f)2 e ^ipitaJaW ' 



Carlson, Anna Miss, wks 714 w -North. 
ICarlson 
)arlson 



. Annie Miss, jwks 641 e 2d. 

r ' • i i i 

},'. Anton, editor 8vithiod 522 e WaU 

jt> r, 702 e 5fh. ' , 



arlson, August, rniiiei 



room 124 e Sheparl. 



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Co. 

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Augusta Mips, , wks- 318 w 
r. 

Al W., rninbr Maple Grove Coal 
r }500 e Capita 1 ave! t , 

Berney, miner Eureka Coal Co. 



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Carl, carpenter William & 

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Carlson 

Carlson 
Coll 

CaHson 

i ■ r i 

Carlson 



C G., llib, r 11 e F. 

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Charles, stiude: it 



Cailsoh. 

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Carjspn 



Charles, miner r 

Charles, miner Eureka Coal Co.[ 
r rejar 128 e Sheparll. 



Grand ave. 



Ic Cee, r 824 e 6th. 



ks ]L. Harbacli, r 
Carlkoi Charles J.,. iecy Eureka Fue: 



Carlson 
r 102 



Charles E., w 
w 5th, 



f -' 
Carlson, 



r 1407 e^Court avel 
Christina Miss, 



! Lauiidry, r 6.01 e.Wjilnut ave. 
Carlson, 



(prison 
Carlson, 
Carlson; 
Carlson, 



' Christina Miss, wks Svei 
Ijau^dry, bds 106 e Maple. 

C. J., lab,, r 708 e Walker. 

C. J., gardener, r w 30th nr Stated 



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I room 124 e §hepard; 
pariaon ^mil, miner, I 



o] nes. 



Carlson 



Emily Miss, mi 



^eaaei re 10th 



Carls on*. 
Carlson 



Golld,r457 w2nd. 



G)lden Rile Clothing House 

D. M.ioHNJJON AftOM 



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pardon Charles, wl^s Live rbool and De 
Mo nes.Packirig Co., r 445 e Walter! 

Carbon Charles, [wks L ivei pool and Defi ; 
! ; iMo nqs Packing Co,, | 631 e 6th. 

Qarlsop] Charles A., shce mkr Welday & 



ege. 






Iowa Pusinesa 7 
144 e Vine. 



Charles, minei, bds 909 e Wal 

J ' •' I- 

Charles^ Carpi mter. bds 202 o 



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Clara Miss, wkfj 1014 \v 3d. , ! 

Claus, wks Des Moines Street 
way Co., bds 90 J w Walnut. ' 
Emil, miner Eureka Coal Co.j 



'bde' 219 e De 




lliner Mrs. M 



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Eniily Miss, wks 1814 w 7th. 
Emma Miss, wks Fidler <S 




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Carlson, Emma Miss, wks 111,6 w 9th. 
» Carlson, Emma Miss, wks 1630 w 6th ave. 
CaWBOn, frritz, office elk Dr. Wiley, r 607 
. I e 2d. 
Carlson, Q., carpenter, bds 822 e 6th. 

Carlson, Gus, wks Des Moines Excelsior 
Works, r- 1004 e s Allen. , 

Carlson, Gus, miner, bds, 219 e Deal 

; Moines. , ,■ ' 

.'Carlson, "Gust, shoe mkr under 519 e 

I Locust, bds Iowa House.) ' j 

1 "i 

Carlson, Gust, miner Bloomfield Coal Cqi 

I bds 219 e Des Moines. ' | 

Carlson, Gust, miner Maple Grove Coal 

•! Co - " : ' I! 

Carlson, Hannah Miss, wks 805 w Pleaa- 
j ant. • I ' 'l 

Carlson, Hannah, Miss, wks 813 wjSchoo 

Carlson, Harry, with Iowa State Band. 

Carlson,; Herman, miner, rooms 208 
I Grand ave. 

Carlson, Herman, miner Bloomfield Coal 
I Co., bds 219 e Des Moines. 

Carlson, Hilda Miss,' wks 712 e Walnut. 

Carlson, Hilma Miss, nurse, r 707 
Maple. 

Carlson, Hulda Misa, wks 1013 w 9th. 

Carlson, Ida Miss, wks 817 e Walker, 

Carlson, J., miner Eureka Coal Co., r rear 
128 e Shepard. 

Carlson, Jennie Miss, wks 811 B 6th av 
Carlson. John, miner Maple jGrove Coal 
I aud Mining Co. j [ 

parlsori, John, r 1422 e Court ave. 

parlson, John, miner Eureka Coal^ Co. 

Carlson, John, lab, r 134 e Maple. | 

Carlson, John, miner, room 113 e Des j 
i Moines. 

Carlson, John A., contractor and buildir, 
r620el0th. f 

Carlson, John A., night watchman (Eureka 
: Coal Co., r 533 e s 2nd. I 

Carlson, John B., miner, 'r 115 e Raccoon. 

fclarlson, John F„ wks! Charles Hewitt; r 
651 e 2nd.| i j 

Carlson, Jonas!, miner Eureka Coal Co. 

Carlson, Josephine C, wks 1340 w 10th 

Carlson, Julia Mrs., dress mkr Mrs Emma 
! Petersop, r 1500 e Capital ave. 

Carlson, Louise Miss, couk, 1030 w 2lst. 

Carlson, Lucv Miss, safeswoman 1 east side 
store C. E. Kisser & Co., r (J24 e 10th. 



4.11 w Locust at ' I All Carmentaar^ Made and Trimmed 
* «-ocm«i ow j |n Ltte8t and ; Mo9t /frtiatio Manner. 



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Carlson, Mary, wks 1601 w Ar ington ave.j 

Carlson, Mary Miss* r 818 e 6th. 

Carlson. Matilda Miss, wks 85 ) w frtii. y 

Carlson, N. F,, carp enter,, r 10 f e 14th. 

Carlson, Olaf, miner Coon Val ey Coal Co., 
r 457 e s 2nd. 

Carlson, OlafB., miner Eurekk Coal Co., 
r 602- e Scott. 

Carlson, Oscar, lab; r Easton ] 'lace. 

Carlson, Peter, miner Eureka Coal Co., r 
: 425 e s 3rd. j 

Carlson; P. H., glazier, r 1118 w^t )\ 

Carlson, P. J.,tminer jEureka Coai'Co. 

Carlson, Sophia Miss, wks 14J8 wHigh. 

Carlson, Sophia Mrs., r 1422 3 €knirt ave.j 

Carlson, Nelson, wks S. H, frVorcester&i 
! Son, bdsi906 w Walnut. 

Carlson, Victor, tinner A. V. IfJelson. tjds 1 
I ecor Governor's Square. 

Carlson, W. H., student Capital City 
Oonuaercial College, r [Jl9e 2nd. 

Carlson, William, carpenter, r 1900 w9th. 

Carlston, Charles, miner; r 1J18 e Center, 

Carlton, Charles E., student Highland 
Park Ccfllege, rooms 2r. d* cor Ovid 
ave, Highland Parft. 

Carlton,*C. J. Mrs., dress mkr, r p37 w.6th 
ave. I ; : j , . ; • .' 

Carlton, E. W., salesman Red lead, Norton, 
Lathrop & Co., r 12& e I es Moines. 

Carleton) Nellie Miss, student; Highland 
Park Normal College. I 

Carman, Harry J., shipping elk Carman, 
& Schmitt Mnfg Co., r 4 10 w 4th. , . 

Carman, *IreneMiss, stenographer J. H. 
Green, rl 713 w 7th. ! (j , 

Carman, Joseph L., (Carman' & SchiiitT 
Manufacturing Co.) bds 3abin House. 

Carman & Schmitt Manufacturing Co., 
Philip Schmitt pres, B. S. Henry seer 
and treas, mnfrs upholstered good), 
105tolllw'2nd. ' ' f J' 

farmer, Addison, student Highland ftyj 
1 Normal College. 'IT 

Carihichael, Qeorge C, coi.ch trimmer, !j; ( 
12^5 w 4th. , f, 

Carmichael, George O., ya'rietv storo, 3 8 
. and §21 e 5th, r 1025 e Hli. I j 

Carmichael William, (Trine |& airiiiu-haJ!) jl 



r over 434 e Locust. 




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Carnahan, ]>,]&,,. wKs 

Marquur^tWk. 
Carries, Edward K 



fork College^ 1 rooms, College 



Carpenter, Ej ! ;S,, 



Carpenter, 
Street 

Carpenter, 




MOINES DIRECTORY. 



.,' painter, r 1119' w 



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StewartJ r 



Highland 



ngnit 
Hall. 



CarbtherslFMcjefl S. Jffifs, i physician 
» land 8U]g|o3[ b /e> 1 8p -w jWalriutj r, 
1430 w- Grand jai 

Cardthere, Henry, jr i$0 w; Grand ave. '" 

Carpenter, JD^yi^, cftrf ejiter, r \i w Jeff 

lerson. 

Carpenter, Edwin M,j lab, r6l4 e 9th, 

Carpenter, Ellaiiy, dressmkr 1 , r 150flj w 



, _ .... tuiiident Oa c 

Commercial C 'ol^ejgfe , r lQ3 e 11th. 
FrapkJ conductor lies Moines 
I <j>vjjri 1000 W 10th. 



Fred, el uqent j Highland Park 



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Carpenter, 
Carpenter, 



George 



Georgi , 
City Commie :&i»i 

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Carpenter, 
KegiBt 

Carpenter,, Georg^ IT]. 
iUmverjBity, r^ : 

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farmer, r w'20th sec 



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student Capital 
Gbllege, r 103 e 

G^orgeJH.i printer [owa State 
KegiBt^r, r. 618J jf E^igh. ■', 

l.,|ptouce]lor Drake* 



WiKinj 



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enniej !B|j Miss, librarian 
iveisity^ r 2404 w. Kingman 



rpenter, IGJ W., [Valley ^0, Dps Moines. 
Carpenter, H. G., it tj 82l e. 5th, r 1409 e 
pValkojr. 

Carpenter, 

Drake 
' ave. 
CarpenterJj^hn Ij)J pjpe&al agt [Merchants 

& Bankers Iis^ifanjce Co|,|r 2404 w 

Kingman ave 

Carpenter Luinb&j Go., (T. A. and jr 
TOaipeiiter ) Jl4'and 216|w lOtf ■ 

Carpenter, 1 j Ai, darpenter Lumber £o.,) 
' rot ms 4J.7.W 9Uk. 

. Carpenter, ThonJasI Wl» dlk siipt D. M. 
j&N.T.R.lt.,Jro"52wl9th. 

Carpeijter, Wl Mrs., j flJ09 w 4th. 
CarpMer, Willi inJli., custodian State 
Cf>bitcl, r 10:i e.llth. . i« \-'\ •#'. 

GafpeijterJ Willijfm 1 f.j elk, r 103 e il'tiji 

(Qarperjter Lumber 

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r nr Bloomfield Coal 

,s 1628 e Grand ave. 

Cajrr, Adolph Q'.l wks J.[m. Queal &.>{ta, 
w 7 ih sjtreet yard, r ,612 w'8th. 

Calrr, B) rqn, fire man C. St. P. & K. C. R.R . 
Csrr, Qiarles vf., traveling salesman, t 
l^iwSOth. j 

Ci ,rr, Dj irby, lab ;l r 407 e e Sth. 

O ,rr f ! 0()lphus, tjeamster, :-612 w 8th. 

Ciirr, Jchn H., fireman C. St. P. & K. C. 
IK.: 1, bds 1707 e Des Moines. 

Oirr, John M. J., lab, bde CheBterfield. 

C iny i Millie Miss, stenographer W. D. 
Cofdit &j,do., r 1921 £ Soils. 

arr f Michael; lab, r 507 w 8th. 

arr, | Michael, pew er workman, r e 7th' 
t con Grand ave. j 

«arr,^ r iliiam,|ab,r204 8 2d. : 

(Parrel! Frank M., elk Governor of Iowa j 
bdj521w3d. 

arrell, S. E., associate editojr Des Moines 
I^e ider, r WX6 w Granal ave. I 

rrinj^on, E. W., manager pity cireula- 
tioaDes Moines Leader, r 1330 w 
1 7.th. ,'' ; 
Carribirton, P., r'1420 w Higl . 

Carris, W.' H., [barber, 321 w' 5th, r overj 
f 21 J w4th. 

Carroq, Hugh, prakeman C. p. I. & P. R 






R. 



, bds Central House. 



Carrol , John, painter, r 123 3 Grancjl ave 
Carrol , John, waiter Evans' pafe ' 



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Des Moines 



5th. 
Ginkel Coal 



Carrol , Samuel E., reporter 
. Loader.; : i •' f 

ParrOl , Thomas, r 206 w 7th. 

Carrbl ., Thoma^ J., r 116 e s 

Carroi , Frank ■ JT», miner Van 
j Co., r 515 If illstde ave s Des Moines 

Carroi i, John, miner Van Ginkel Coal Co., 
* i r )15 Hillside a^e, 8 Des Moines. t 

Carrpn, John Jr., miner Van Ginkel Coaj 
I Cj)., r 515 Hillside ave js Des Moines. 

Carrot Peter B., miner Van Ginkel Coaf 
•C)., r 515 Hillside clve s Des Moines. 

Carrot hers, Edward, commsreial traveler, 
. r-304w7thj. j •';'.. . j 

Carroi hers,, Lizzie Miss, cli: U. S. Pensiou 
O lice, r'804w. 7th. 

Carro ;hers,WJl iamson, ret; recl^r 804 w 7th 

Carrotigh, Agupff Miss, student Highland, 



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Carson, George D., 
loth, r 1351 e Willi 



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Caifsoti, Adolphus, wks 1615 w Arlington 

I ave. 
Carson, A. E., wks Liverpool and Des 
Moines Packing Co., r 154G e Lj'ou. 

Carson, Augustus B., student Des Moines 
College, bds 1002 w 12th. i. | 

Caison, E. G. Mrs., dress mkr, r 1222 w 

28th. , 
Caison. Ella Miss, wks 75G w 16th. 

Caison,: Ellen Mrs., Bloomhild 24, Des 
Moines. 

meat market 81 1 e 
iilnut. 
v Carson, John A., elk W. C. Carson, r 818 

i.o 6th. | 

Caijson, Mary Miss, volunteer teacher 
i i Kindergarten Bird School, r 1222 w 

28th. i 

Carson, W. B., Walnut 25, Des Moines. 
Carson, William O., meat market, 323 e 

| 5t]i, r 818 e 6th. ; 

Carlson, "William E., elk W. C. Carson, r 

ri.818o 0th. ;. 

Carjss, Ellen O., r 849 w 13th. • 

849 w 13th. 
r849 wl3th. 
Carss,-Mi M., cijvil engineer, r;849 w 13tn. 

Carss?Mj S., locomotive tireman, r 849 w 
13th; ' 'i 

Carstviis,! Kate Miss, student Highland 
Park; Normal College. 

Carter, -I — , carpenter, r 330 e 12th. 
Carter, Amasa, cargenter, r 1044 w 3d. 
Carter, l"5elle Miss, student Callanan Col- 
legej r 1308 w 20th. 

Carter Bros., (George A., J. C, and R. 
. ,B. Clirter,) wind-mills, .pumps, tanks, 
etc., 221 and 223 e Court ave. 

Carter, C. A. Mrs., r 810 e Walker. 

Carter, -Charles, cigars, 127 w 2d, r w 9th 

1 cor' Park. ) 

i j 

Carter, Charles, house-cleaning, r 760 w 

9th., > ' 

Carter, Charles ()., student Drake Univer- 

sitv,* 1308 w 26th. ! 

Carter, jE. H., physician and surgeon 
over 407 w Walnut, r 1437 Woodland 
ave. | •■ ' 

Carter, Elmer, teamster Black Diamond 
Coal and Mining Co., r 1109e Walker. 

Carter, Emma Miss, volunteer teacher 
Kindergarten Bird School, r 810 e 
Walker. " - * 



Carjss, F. jM., civil engineer, r 
Carss, James, civil engineer, i 



Carter, Florence! Miss, student Highland 
Park Normal College. 

Carter, George, porter Savery Eot^l, r 115 
w Grand ave. | , , 



Carter, George A., (Carter Bro 
12th. 



3.,) r 913 e 



Carter, G. K.i elk Carter & Hissey, r w 
23d cor! Woodland ave. . f 

Carter, Irma Miss, student Callanan Col- . 
lege, rpOSB, 26th. 

Carter, J. C., (Carter Bros.,) r St. Paul, 
j^Jinn. |j , 

Carter, J. I)., cook, r 80S B D. , 

Carter, J.> F., compositor, r 1408 w Grand 
ave. ;| .. ' ■'! 

Carter, John E., waiter jKirkwood House. 

Carter, J.ohn T.; student Iowa Business 
College^ : ■ 

Carter, J. Sj, (Carter & Hussey,) r Wood- 
land ave cdr 23d. 

Carter. Louis A., cook Morgai House, r 
414 e w Elm. 

Cartre, Luejlla Miss*, wks . De 5 Moines 
Shoe Manufacturing Co., r 408 'B 
Grand ave. ; ' 

Carter, Mary Mrs., r 704 w 18th 

Carter, Miljton, salesman Carter Bros., r 
913e,l^th. 

Carter,- Perry S., shipping c k Carter 
Bros., re 9th. '; 

• garter, R. R, (Carter Bros.,) r w i 13 e 12th. 

Carter, Sampson, retired, r 6th ave: nr 

cor School. 
Carter, W. A., carpenter, r 810 * Walker. 
Career, ^ilber^ wks 640 e Grand ave, 

,. bds 1109 e Grand aye. 4 
Carter, Wilber| teamster King Bridge 

Co., bds 32G e 12th. [ ;. 

Carter, Wijliam H., waiter Abosp Hoiis?, 

r 719 w Clierry. I I 
Carter, Willia^i H., physfcian, r 1803 w s 

26th. i ■!'"'' 

Carter, William 1 H.> miner Eureka Coal 

Co., r 607 Hartford 'ave, s D( 8 Moines, 
Carter, William L., elk Continental, Cloth- 
ing Hpuse, rooms 1306 w Licust. 
Carter & Hussey, (J. S. Cartel and Tac 

Hussey) blank book and paper* box 

mnfrs, job! printers and stationers, 

310wWalmit. 
Carwile, Hannah i>Irs., r 1230 w|2nd. 
Carver, Willard, student Ipwa 1 (f'ollege of 

Law. 



GMPIELD ONE PRICE CLOTHING STOK£ 



NIIELSEN, HANSEN & CO. 



527 East Locust 



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Gary, M. 
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w 24thj. 

J. Mrs! 

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Casady, P. M.J 

Ban!:, r'w Cj 

Casady 3imoni 

Bank, r 708 



Cas3, Ai 
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5 w NolrthL 



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Case, Carlos 
w rML 

Casq, G^rie.A. j)Iisj?, 

■f " 1230;w)5th. 

Cise, EjlHytira, lilb, r 

ckseilarroli, real 

| 7f 3^17^1. 

Case,;Miiki 

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Caso,jIIaTice3 

Case,! I Jar ley D 



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Miss,t8llw 13th. j 



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I^atlirop & Co.Jt 1168 w 12th.[ 
Caso,!Henry,'l)claiYac<s'2i), e DeS Moinds, I 

•iCasejIIoWardJ condjuotor C, R. I/& P. ?R; 
ij,' ; % r l28i)j* '5t}n 
' Case] James I)., r 816 

CaseJJulia K. Miss, 
pkins, rl230j^ 
Case, Le ;tie Miss, ( 
' 314 iv 6th ave. 



w 13th. 

jclkj Dockstiider & 

Cld3er«S5 Lawrence) r 



(JaseJMi.iiy A. 3 lies 

Enomvtt. 
Case, f N(Mie Ml 88-, 
Ca'sej Nl If., I'rop Spjr 

ijr ij||e city limitR 
Case,' Saijah Mrs., i* 
Case] WJHiaih, r 3 )i 

Cases&||awrence, ( 
Lawtence) ]fan 
ave.j 1 

Casebee^Osmr 
172;|w 4tl\. 

Casepioilt; Wil if 

. Park Xobrmul -idcl 

Casoj'.I^eiJginBerJCJ 

(Is tar 0., g.t 



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Casey, ■"Sr«»l8«m, wks 



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postal , elk, r 818 





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elk' |Ii. Trepanier, r 

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d a 4th. | 

e 304 w 5th, 



ajsot] James j Main e, ; 

llw 13th. j . : 
Redhead, Norton,, 



flresq rnkr, r 1038 w 

81$ e JUapital ave. 
]g| Hill [Nurseries," r 



7th s'e cor Elm. 
Raccoon. 



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ttie Caqe 
IgoodsJ 



student 



and Lizzie 
314 w. 6th 

i 
Salesman, r 

Highland; 



lSaieUtl. 



locomo;ive,j engineer, r 



■&.K. C. R. 
P. &! K.C. round 



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Casner, Daisy 
Casner, Fred, 

Casner, Gilbert 

? Maury. ' 
Casner, OanW 
r freight hou 

dasper, H. Ij,-, 
ave. 



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Miss, r 1620 e Brpok. 
mister, r 162<j) e Brook, 
teamster, r e 



Wks C, B. 

fee, bds 210 w 

|Qsa^t,rl814 



w Arlipgton 

oes, 1008 w 

student: Cqllanan college, 



boots an<l si 
5 W 12th. 



nes. 



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, r. 50lJ e s lOt 

!S,aab', r 503 e 



Casper, Louis., ^^ 
| ,ir7 M )wl2||h. [ 

Ca8Ba43'J !Abi| 
iSaidelo^k 

CasBad} , iDharl 

Casmd},. Chai 
Rogers & 
. dla lola av 

Cassadv, Charl 
i8oii,r712 

Cassady, Ffejik. ! Bloomfie 



Ca^sa.d),(Le9n M.J stuchnit 



Col 
Cassady 



CasWdy 
Cassady 



R.R., r5(5es 10th. 



Cassan, 



Caj ital a^ e. 



Caspan. 
707 



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Cas'sett, 

! Cassidy 

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Ca3Bidy 

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I 3ro 

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Cassidy 
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; Marj Miss, elks Colken, & San- Jm a S 
del^sky, 1 i 503;e s 10th. i .- - e 

,jMin( rva jMrs.,* r503 fe s 10th 
,'Willam,'wliBC..St, P. & K. C 



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William R., elk Jerrk^ Conley, r : m jj 

Madii on, s DeslMoineg. l w ^. 

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Ca8Belb;rryJfIhoma8 r J., foreman freight o ^^ 

' /depotCl <!; N.|Wi R. R.,r 617 e sllth. 

Casselb ;rry, William R,j wks freight de- 

C.&:^.W.R,R.,lrb [7 eolith. 

A.; A^l farmer, wJGrana ave. 

Cliaxes, fruit grpwer, lr nr cor 

sidefe nd Adams, a Des Moines. y^ 

Estc 1 a Miss, elk Lang Bros., r nr £ jjj^ 
Hillille ave and Adams, 8 Des " SM 
lies, . f zJJJ 

Frnk, genl agi CiStiP. &S. « W 



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Seebergei 



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Josi j] ih, lab, r 1549 e 




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942 w 3rd. 
;e, traveling 



,rl620wA 
;e,' pres Des 



r wl 1 th nr Arlin 
, J. M.,' student 



w8th, 



cor 



salesman J. D, 9 
rlingt-on ave. 





Moines Yeast o 3D 
ton av<^. § ^^ 

Highland Park ^f/ 
Oa|£ ave, Oak .^ Jj^ 



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Cassidy, Josephine Miss, elk Lang Bros., 
r nr cor Hillside ave a nd Adams, s , 
Des Moines. 

Cassidy, Lawrence, teamster, r774e s Oth. 

Cassidy, L. L., asst treas New England 
- Loan, and Trust Co., roofm 17&4 w 7th. 

Cassilly, Alice Miss, salesman M. Reigel- 
man & Co., r 1204 e Walnut. 

Cassilly, Thomas J., elk J. D. Seeberger. 
r 1204 e Walnut. ; 

Casson. Francis Mrs., r 707 'Madison, b 
Des Moines. - I 

Casteel, Jacob, wks L. M. Hill, r 210 w: 
Ctn ave. 

i ! 

Casteel, Miles, lab, r 210 ,w 6th ave. 

Castelje, William, student Highland Park 
Normal College. 

Casteri Alice Mrs., r 713 w .plumb. ; 

Castle Moses, teamster Bl'oonifield Coal 
C>, r 508, e s 5th. \ 

Castle- P. II., brakeman C. & N. W- R. R., 
r 1201 e 12th. ' : 

Castle! Sadie Miss, wks Savery House* 

Castpif, Bertha Miss, jauitress state 
lii)rary, r 1337 Capital ave. 

Cate, [Tarry, brick mason E. 1). Janes & 

Co., r 100 w7th. 'j 

Cate. Terbert, tyriekmason, bds 206 \v 7th. 
Cate, Lester,r 18 w 8th. j ! 

Cate, ;'S. E., insurance agt, r 1634 w 4th. i 

Cate, (William H., elk Hawkeye Insurance 

Co., r 18 jw 8th. 

Cathcart, Tw S., grain merchant, r 1174 w 

26th. j. I . - 
Catheiall, Berthj barber w 3rd nr Walnut, 

r 824 w ifnlj 

Cattell, Homer,, traveling salesman Geo f 
^ r hite & Co., r Guthrie Center, Iowa. 

Cattejl, J. Wl Mrs., Delaware 30, e Des 

Moines. 
Catteirlin, Iva Miss, student Capital City 

Commercial College, r 514 w 9th. 

Cauffman, Charles C, traveling agt Grand 
DeTour Plow Co., Dixon, 111., r 506 
W 7th. 

Caudhland, George, room 815 w Walnut. " 

Cavanagh, Bernard J., brakemau C. St. P. 
<x> K. C. R. R., r 615 w Grand ave. 

Cavapagh, B. J., r 915 w 4th. 

Cavalnaugh, Edward, conductor D. M. & 

ft. C. R. R, r 1442 w Locust. 
Cavalnaugh, Frank, plumber and steam 
, jitter, r ; 755w 10th. 1 



CEN 



Cavafnaughj Jennie Miss, elk L. Tre 
panier, r $15 w Grand' ave. 

Cavauaugh, John, wks Edward Murphey 
r309w Depot. > • \ , \ 

Cavanaugh,, John, cigar mkr ^Gabrio & 
i Spitz, r 620 Hillside aye . s Des 

Moines. 

• ■ » 'i 

Cavanaugh!, John C, cigar mkr, r 8001 
Hillside ave s Des Moines. 

Cavanaugh,', John P., conductor D. M. &| 
K. C. R. R.„ r 0i;5 w Grand ave. 

Cavanaugh, Maggie Miss, r 61$ w GrandJ 

ave. ■ ■' ' 
Cavanaugh, If. J., gardener, r 

Cavanaugh, Terence, printer Dfes Moinesf* 

Leadekr 1208 lw Cherry. ; 

Cavanaugh, Thomas Mrs.Jr 91{i w 4th. j 

Cavanaugh, Thomas, wks W.' I :. Sartor, 1 
755wjl0th. 

Cavaiiau&n, William C, retiiefl, r 80{ 



55 w 10th| ; 



Hillsi le ave s Des Moines. 



[• 



r | Proctof 



Oaven, Ellen Mrs., r 318 w s 6th ave. > 

Caven, Nellie ]\[iss, teachejr Lincoln 
Scho( 1, r 512 w 8th. 

Ca vender, Benjamin W., min 

Coal Co., r nr Proctor t oal Mine£ 
pes Moines.' 'f 

Cavender Benjamin, miner Des iMoine 
Coal (Jo., r nr.Des Moiuen Mine, 8e| 
vastopol. " , f 

Ca vender! James, contractor, t Oak av| 
cor w 9tty Oakj Park. 

Cavender, James, j miner Prbctor CdiL 
Mines, bds Clifton ave, nr Proctor/ 
Coa,! Mine, s Des Moines. 

Cavender, James, miner, Des l^oines Coi 

! Co. • 

Cavender, John W., sewer Torkmanj •;■! 
Capital Park. ;■'... I 

Ca vert, i John, carpenter, r nr Des Moin^ 
Bribk Works, b|Greenwocd Park. !;.'-, 

Cavert, J. W M r nr Des Moines 
Works, s.Greenwood Par c. 

C. B. & Q. Street, twelfth south of Vine, 
from, east 24th to Kneal, ChesterfieRl 
and Manufacturers Addit on. . ■.■; 

Cedar,; Emijia Miss,, wks Mp. '%% m 
\\m, Kingman ave nr 30th. • (| V 

Cefia, IlUry K., elk G. W. Sheldpn, p. 

210 iv 10th. ,' I . e ! 

Celzer, Jacob, lab, r 127 e Gn.nd ave. e ; • 
Center Dri^ve, from Boulevard to 3wlj|' 

Bro ivn's Woods 



4M w. Locutt at. I i"l"^ , " , ;fc*!'!?ss; 1 * li'^n? 

i I In Ls to st and most Artlatio manner* 





0T1R Wl ui W5 W1LM !T. 



Center Stree;, eighty 
Dps' Mo nes rivet 



mid fro; n. 35th 
GreeowDod Pari):. 

Central Christian 
| Breedeif pastor, 

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THE LEADING 



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'IS MOlNfiS jp 



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entral B: rick an 

Dinbmojre secy i 
b'orry. 
Central '. Hobse, Johlji 
208and210e ! C(flu 

Central , Loan & 
Ilattifo prts,ip. 



j), 2f)0 w 5th. 

Par^:, from, 
Moines, bet 

Place, fronii 



h of Walnut from 

p tc west 28tli street,; 

sir^et to Park Lane,' 

^ ; ' : i" I'; J > 

(Mrch, Rev. H. 0. 
w Pleasant cor 9th. 



Tile Co., W. Vi 

Ijtreas, 6^1 w Mul~ 



McClelland jprop, 
rt ave. 

(Trust J Co., ffxomas 
BL Lyons secy and 



eajt Capital , i, ve to; 
Section; and Fairall.i 

Nprtn to State, bet: 



. f tret 

Central 
Dot 

(L'enJtral 
! Den iMojiies Bivferl and Bluff. 

Central Pi e^byjbferian Church, 'Rev. 

T JIojvardfA. Johiison Oaftor, w High 

n eeorotli. 'I / ' ! | j *. I 

Central Union iTolephons Co., isr. 1 0. 

if 'Worth' imgr,j w Walnut p -.w, cor 3d. 

(jhaUdoi-k, Addio' MM,' Wks 8havJf" <&? 
Dojve, r 827 6 A^sakeri . ; 

Chaddoek, Harilii Mi, r '827 ^Walker. 

Chaffee, Hi L.,J t javeling ' salesma'nl ' r, 

i rl$-U w8th f ,j !: 1 : ! .. *• 

Maimers, Franlci,! st i< 
I NofmaljColkjgtfj 



c 



ident Highland Park 
iijooms College Hall. 



.CQalmcrs, M. J. Mri^r, 1101 e> Buchanan; 
(Jhalstrom, M. Mrs., r E)26 e* Buchanan. 

(Chamberlain, Clifford; kiident Iowa Bus] 
mess Cjf liege, oye rj 901' w Walnut. 



'Chamberlin, Davis IS 
Co.,)ri227.W6lh 

"' ' • ■! I 
iCbambj^rlum, Izarinf 

lain & jjo.,) r i' 
Lowbl 



IChhmberlaiii, 

Co.,) r «5 w 9th 

Chamborlajp, L. C, WiUgrapher Norman 



LichtylManufai 
icor Locust. 



. 419 w ILocust. 
('hamberlii , Albert 



O'- 1 



L, 



(Chamberlain & 

e., ■'■ -7-' I ' • 



Miss, (Chapaoer- 1 
w 6th ave. 

(.Chamberlaiu & 



tujri lg Co., bds w 6th; 

i ■ ■ . i ■ ■ l 



W,,,' jeweler, 406 e 



Chamberlain, RubscL , 
;6th t rl214 e Cabililj aye. 

CnamberMn/& Oct, (t-JjlX L. and f. L.i 
Chamberlain), pre pi ietary me<ljcjnes,j 



bldsr. -r C29' e ■ '6tb. 



M 



ChamberJii A. P., (dMmberlin ^ Stew- 
art) r MeJti. ih 



I ] «. 



carpe iter Capitol 



MiomHt*. 



RECTORF. 



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Chamb 



Chamljerlih & Stewart] (A. P. Cham- 

bei lin i ,nc A. ! K. Ste ^rart), over 502 \ 
and 50^ e Locust. ■ . , j i 

Chla'mD^rs, \. !F.,,motermi.n, D. M. street; 
,R. R.(|o. ! '! j 

ChanibBrsJAridrew, r 410 w 16th. j 

Chambers, Charles A.i tkpr Carman &| 
| Sdimiit Mfg Co.; r 1511^ w Grand 

av«!. ' ,'_ 

Chambers, Clara A. Alhs, student Des: 
M( ine 3 College, r 12S 3 w 9th. 

Chambers,! Cora Miss, elk U.S. Pension' 
| .Ofice,|r 1223 w 9th. 
Chambers, Cordie Miss, f 1017 w B. , 

Chamb ers, \ Daniel j B, Ct.rpenter, r 1348 
| e9th. 1 ' 

Chambers, Edward J., policeman High- 
laid ' P irk College, n w 14th cor 
Dcuglaii ave, Oak Pa-k. j 

Chambers, Elmer, press feeder Western 
-I N( wapi pe^ Union. 



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ers, td. S,, traw ing s^alesmani r 
100 e 12th. rj '• ' 1 ' 



Chapiqers, J. E., butcher, r 1218 w Pleas- 
m 

Chamb ers,' Laura M. Miss, r : 223 w 9th, , y a- * 

Chambers, N. H., lab, r €18 e 

Clfam^OTs,Omer L., delivery elk, S. B. 
Gartoh, r 81D e 5th. 

(phamters ,'" 

(phamt ers 

Chamqers Will, elk Jackson & Bobbins. 



Chamjion 
e?th. 

Chandler 



Smjill. 
elk, ' 

Saran Mrs., r JL017 w B. 
Terry, r410\" 16th. 




r 4 07 v Walnut. 



: Albert, white washer, r 612 s \ w ™ 

■ ■ | • o 

2. H., faj*m^r, (r 1440 e Capital 



s 



^K 



^nd er, Frank, Btud^ntJbds 1151 w28th. 

Chand er^George WJ wks E. L. & J. L. 
| Weeks; r 1440 e, Capitol, ave. 

Chand er, G. W., real estate, r 744 w 17th. 

Chan4 er, Jessie Miss, t;acher Franklin a " 
1 ScUocil,;r683wJi5th. |^ 

Chan4 er, J. M., teacher Franklin School, 
.!. r^44W|17th. 

Chand er, Justus R., cigars and tobacco 
' 12} w 4th, rtow4tb. 

Chand eil, M.'C. Mrs., r 1724 w^7th. 

I • j. ' , { ■ ! ■ j 

Chand ei Reuben, teamgter Iowa Pipe & 

j ,iTile Co., r 415 w School. 

' Chand leii V. N. t elk J. F. Johnson, bds 

\U5)6 r e Maple. r j * ,' 



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08S Moines Express and Transfer C o, mm,* riJikenfie T^: 

OF? IOE nil JEisT FIFTH STREET. 



TE|LiEPH ONE 371. 



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. -rib * 
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ii.jp. uuniuun, Locust stre|t.| VA p^^n^;^^d« 8 i 



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DES MOINES DIRECTORY. 



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Chandler, William, gardener, r 1G02 
wjlOth. . 

Chandler, William; A., foreman grocery 
dqpt»Lang Bros., r 1323 w Mulberry. 

Chaiui Charles, Bloomiiekl, 22, Des 

Moines. i s , ! 

Chanoyl Elizabeth, resides 316)^ e 8 2nd. 

Chancjyl Floy Miss, school teacher, r 938 



wi 
Chancy 
Chaney 



2th. 



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J. II. carpenter, r 938 w 12th. 

, W/alter E., lab, r r lll3 e Walnut. 

Chan^yt William L., r 1113 e Walnut. 

Channing. W. C, teacher, r 1100 w 11th. 

Chantu n, Harry, wks A. C. Mount, r 1213 
■e ! Filmore. 

Chauncn, Mary'C. MkL r 1732 e Lyon ;J j 

Chanm n. William, carpenter,* r 1213 e 
Ifiltnore. | 

Cha]'(in!, Harry E., elk J. SJ.Polk, rw 
Grind aye. i 

Chanin, Levi, engineer C, R. I, & P. K. 

R», r 1353 e Des Moines. 

Charjinj Mary 'A. Mrs., r 1191 w 9th. 

Chaj)in,!W. E., prop Ironclad Nursery 
y ireenwood ave nr Park Boulevard 

Chapman, — - Mrs., wks Des Moines 
H( use. 

Chapniari, A. B., painter, r 756 w D. 

Chapman, Arthur,; painter Wm. Morphy, 
r 1/713 w University ave, 

Chapman, Arthur, miner Rose Hill Coal 
'Cd, r 1707 e Grand ave. 

Chapman, Charles, grader, r 1503 w 21st. 
Chabman. Edward, elk Lang Eros. 

Chapman. Edward E., elk D. M. Johnson 

j& Son., r over 813 w Locust. 

I i ' 
Chapman, George C, elk H. C Harris & 

'Co., r 2419 w Cottage Grove ave. 

Chapman, II. C, tinner A. F. Dicks, r 756 
jwD. ; ' 

Cha'pnian, John, salesman C. E. Risser '& 
Bros.,r 2419 w Cottage Grove ave.V 

Chapman. Joseph, wks A. S.Shermerhorn , 
! & Co., r over 615 e Grand ave. 

Chapman, Joseph, wks O. B Sweet. 

Chapman, Joshua, butcher Liverpool & 
Des Moines Packing Co., r 90]? e 
Scott. 

Chapman, Lulu Miss, student Capital 
■j City Commercial College, r 241if w 
Cottage Grove ave. 



Capita 




Chapman- Mattie M. Miss, stenographer' 1 



it. 1 



912 w 



City Gas Light Co., i 
Wahiub> 

Chapman, Nellie Miss, elk Chamberlain ! 
lain &Ci.,r 756 wD. : l j 

Chapman, Thomas, retired, r 1139 w 9th. i 
Chapman, William, miner Rose I: ill Qoal'i 
^ ^ 1707 ,e Grand ave. 1 ■< 



Co., f- 



Chapman, 



W. J., j salesman; Charles ]l) 



Kahler & Co., r 939 w 9th. 



G. W. Mar-! 
Clark. "j 



Chapman, W t S., teamster 
1 .quantt & Sons, r 160^ w 

Chappel, Georgej M., observer it! £ . Signal']: 
Service, rj 120 w 6th ave. 

Chappel I, J. W.'i photographer, r 935 t 'Ji 
3rd 



Chappell, 
Son. 



Charles, 



William, wks L. H. Freeborn &\ 



Charland. Anna Miss, wks 830 w (th ave. 



Rey., retired, r 709 w 



Charles, .A[, carpenter, r 218 e F. 
Charles Clifford,} elk Alf Hammer, 

4th. M" 
Charles Ljither, farmer, r ^18 e F. 
Charles* Edward 



w4th 



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Charles Street,— Fourth rorth of Center^' 
from w 9th to 10th. ^ 



elk Alf Hammer, r 900|; 



Charles | Street-jfroin Saylorville 



thre-e blocks north, 1 Englewooc . f 
Charleston, Bertha Miss, wlls 331 3 12th| 

Charleston, Sarah Miss, clkJohnT.IIam-a 
! ilton. 1 

Chase, Benjamin, lab, r 911 w 23rd. 

Chase Bros.;, (J. W., H. S. and E. C, 
Chase) grocers, 525 w "^jValnui 

Chase, Charles R., (Chase & West) r 1308 

w Locust. ! 
Chase, Cora Miss, teacher Irving Bp&ool, .'. 

r 1314 w Locust. 
Chase, I). W;, real estate^ 401 jw Co|irtare,: 

rll5()w9th: ! 

Chase, Edmund P., retired, r 1 |308 w 
Locust. ' 

Chase, Edward C., (Chase Brps.) r 684 w 

15tl. j 

Chase, Harry SJ„ (Chase Bros.)' r 682 w 

■ 15tl). '■; 1 1 
Chase, Jennie M. Miss, teacher Pryaat 

School, r 12|23 e Grand ave. 

Cha8J>,Jchn Wfj (Chase Bros) r 
Loqust. | 



Washington Life Insurance po., Mp T 

OFF IOI OVER IOWA NATIONAL BANK, COR. 4th 



6th ave,; 



rOOOw 






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Road? 



308;^ 



V. 




Mai ager 
I forJowaM 



i IN D WALNUT 8T8. 8oe 



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Botttfig. vy :»t w« 



i)ES M^I^ES J^IRllCTOkY 




r Mis.s, 
FJuius ] 

]<:-; Bank 



Q%vaiijae 

0|{p:iteNi, I 

CljeekJ J. 

J Moi ict 
1 ' I ■ 
<'Ii*«M»thapi, 

I sur 
Chelhci 

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C!fi?iicv, 



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i:$ 

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(Vim* 
fi Vnan 

(.'!l?'ll«iw 

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Chafse, 
i Siivf iii-i'lismk am 

| Deifa 

I fiOCUSl 

Chase & West, (ICh; 



I liar 

ciiWn, 

■ : ; ' llijir 

CliWseli 
1 Xor 

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|Wost), 
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1, 



iiam I 
oines 



llL-i, 



ffi 



*S, RUGS 

rl^ylc and Jini 



Fbu 



'.,.' bish Liverpool! aiiii 



h|< 



.'|A., si 



n|u Miss 

oil,' Lath 



,st uo^rapher Bod 
op (fc Co,, r 



M. (Jo 



or;i;< 



tltihiil Ptilrki' 
Locusr 

,EJa 



. -ty, 

iirrv, lali 



W., 

oHict. 

Elmer 
ucl Co., r 

Vtor, 
t i(Vo. 

W., c 



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i.r»lfr North. 



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a 1 ? 



DDsllO 



MCKS 

rth Street. 



-li, and at 



irier, r 911 \v 3rd. 

cashier A merieail 
(1 1 (Board o:" Public 
liraud -jive. . ' 1 1 i ' 



kl 



inLj Co„ r 



ii-ios- it, ci 



furniture, curtains i ai'icl 



euo:: 



as 



rapher, r 



Ch<«t oweth, William, 
(HO w -North. 

i 

Oljoiioweth, William 
J Coal Mi ik's, ruir < 

- J Sevastopol. 
Chen worth, C, moto 
, .St.'eet .11 K. Co. 

Chen worth, Edward 
Moiii.es Street » H 
Grand ave, 



i , 
slsci and. 



m) w 



'"J ■ 



1210; XV 



F|-e'uch| 



teacher 
.\ormal. Cdlleire r; 

j[. ■ ! .," I 1 "" j ■; 

411*5 o fith ■..'!.' 
1.00 w s Cth av»{. 
postmafiter Des 
r $3(i w iith ave • 

, special aL^ Slate iln-r 
l(H4\v Wilev. , 

coal j miner, r 



i)iiductor : I)es| 



V. W.; 



'Juchanaiw 



1, .■)(>."> e : 



r! 



:Jj()0(5 e 'Oapjtalav.e. 



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Drake University; 



(X,. fireman IX M. & 



Ik Voiinker 



Fred 



Hm, [)ric|k jihason E 
nls ill e Grand ave. 

. W., grocej, ^ 15154 



roue 
k Ai 

orth. 



i?ck, trunk i t 

rave, 



rank Aj (r^avQlin^ Ha 






OFF IOK 811 JBA^T FIFTH BTBEET 



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Brosi, r 
]j). Jane? 
Buelia- 



rimnv^T 
« ('o,; r 

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; Che.s lire, 
Cheshire. 



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nut cor. Sixth 8t. 



Ijrick in.Hiliii'r,' r 

il.. miii '•';• I'liilm 
'I'Utcr c.ir i'i«'a<:Lpt. 



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Cheon, Tlieodore, inrder Capital C'lv 
i 'Voolen' Mills, r w B cor Ndrta. 



Cher y, A. M.,iBloom 
Cllerrv, Arthur M„ to 



I .uinsery, r nr CiilKm av< 
L limits. 



Cherh' 8tre ( et, j >»ee(;:ni 
iromjvest r>th \o 

Cheshire Broi; (M 

lire), jojj j)rinferh 

i-Ciht's lirtj", ()!irey Aj, 

jOCUBt. 

j race Si. M 



Milton' If., 



H w'dth 



moiorn.'ci- ])<■< 
H. Co., r |.*i(i.")j c 



ie|d'21,I) ( K Muiijj.v. 

nnster Cijpitwl (1tv 
, nr ^ city 



. r s)n:t.li o! 
14th. 

F} 'and (.'. 

, nil w' h(jcnst. 

(Cheshire! Bru-.u r 



t Wahiiifc 

j.. 

A.. Chis 



'& QJK.HK 



r4r7:M ( 
((j'he.s)iiri' 

, (Cole, .\ 
<iiaud av<- 

iih5<- t<»acln 



1-OCiH. 

Bro.s. r, r 



vV 



r, r .Mill* 
j 
Brvint 



lni 



ClieAhire, Thomas A 
f(lhesliire\ rillO 

Chester, Charts C, n 
e Capital ave. 

Chester, Nelli,; Mis 

■»diool,'r 1(110 e ( 
Chester Street, jfirst n 

vest 24th togjitli 

;Chost«-r,:Wniiji ! m elk 
■ •<■ C:ij|)rtal aye.', | 

Ches "crlield. frdm }•;».■! 

\K:ih}ish, l)M \V. fft. [ji A: \l juid C. ! B 



ti-aclc'i 
apl'a! ave. 

)rth t'W Ceiijlcr, from 



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tiil'^hhau" - 



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li. I- llil!) 



I- ave : to 




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Offfc 



SH; DOORS, BUNDS, 

AND;STAIR WORK.! 

aqd Store Ft tt/ngs a Spec/a Ity 



•^AST .SK<:0NI) A \\) <;oi:j{'i| AVK 



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nes Express ant Transfer (io. Ricl ^ rmenfield & co = 



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WORK GUARANTEEb ffl 

223 Hast Fifth SI* W 



M.> MOINKS niKECT01:Y 



.?(ir^r &l(il88\ v i) 



PRINTERS, STATIONERS, 

BPaiJjiBoeiy i Makers 



Paoei 



Box Manufacturers. 



mo w&st walnut street 1 . 





f 



Chestnut, A. (A., weighman eitv-scales, e 
Gtji bet Qourt uve anil Walnut, r 001 
e Wajuut. 

Chestnut £treet, fifth north of Walnut, 
from 1)08 Moines riyer to west 8th. 

Chevalier| Clinton P., (Chevalier & Co.), r 
, 1222 w 5th. | 

Ctievaiier ? Sj E., traveling salesman Israel 
Bros.; r 1430 w 5th. j 

Chevalier & Co., wholesale fruits and 
! producer (Clinton 'jP. Chevalier & 
— — ), 21)8 w Court aVc. 

Chieago/Burlington & Quincy R. R., 

K. 11. Hunter genl agt, city office 232 
w 4th, passenger/ (le'pot w 4th" bet 

Market ami Elm. , 

i i 

Chicago Lumber Co., Hobert Fvllerton 
I mug?, li)0 w s 4th and 500 e s 5th. 

Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Rail- 
way, S| A. Stevenspn, city pass ygt, 
J. F. Jennings, contracting agt, city 
ticket office Savory [House, passenger 
depot, w Cherry nr 5thi 

Chicago, Rock jlsland | & Pacific Rail- 
road, John 'Given div supt, passenger 
depots |\v Viue, bet; 3d and 4th, and 
e Vine cor 4th. 

Chicago Steam 1)3*0 Works, D^ S. Wallon- 
sky prop, 211, w Otli ave. ' 

Chicago, , St. [Paul & Kansas City 
Railroad, J. H. Green gen't agt. genl 
office 230 \v 4th, passenger depot \v 
Cherry nr 5th. I 

Chicago and Northwestern Railroad. 
S. W. Hazard jreiilj agt, office 2 Hi w 
4th, passenger depot e 4th";cor Walnut. 

Chicago J Tailoring j Company, George P. 

Seribner prop 1)18 w Walnut. 
Chiesa, M., cigars and tobacco 310 w 4tl , 

r 218 w 4th. 

Childers,: P., r 4th and Grand ave. 



ravel Roofer 



Childers, George P.,jclk Dr. Smouse, r 

840 w \0\h." 

». 
Childers, Jennie INI issi wks Kurtz & Son, 

r over 401 w Walnut. 

I 
Childers, Jesse Mrs., r 840 w 10th. 

Childers, Mary Miss, student Callanan 
College. , , 

Childers,' N<fllie I,. Miss, ]>rintcir Daily 
News Co;r 840 w 10th. ] ' 

Childress, Edwin, lather; y 1518 w Locust. 

Childress. Gilbert N., lather, r 15l'8 w 

1 LoCU^t. : ; I 

Childress} Henry J., letter carrier, r 1518 

w Loeiist, ,1 

1 1 ■ ■ ' ■ ' 

Childress, Jemie M. Misjs, elk P. Kurtz, 
rooms ov?r 401 w Wail nut. / 

Childs, A. M., atty, room 51 Clapp'sblk, 



r819w 



th. 



Childs, Calyiii P., briekmason E. I). Janes 



& Co.. r'i 



rrant Park 



nr Dos Moines 
fred Hammer, r 



Cotton I}] ill. 

Childs, Cliif jid C, elk Al 
900 w Walnut, , | 

Childs, EdwaVd W., blk Alfred Hammer, 
rUOOw'ith. 



Chiles, Elbeit P., house 'mover, r 1*1(12 w 
School.! 

ChilesJ E. M., house ^niover, r 1J12 av1 
School.! . W j 

Chilton, Abrihalm, wks CoonlValley Coal 
Co., r 841 w Oth. . ; \ i, 

Chilton, Cleo, student Drake University 
rooms 1204 w 24th. '; I 

Chipchase, John, cpal jnincr, r 1436i t; 
' Maple. I ' I ■ I I 

Chipman, Prank E., titty.; at la\y 'aid 
secy Parmer's Loan, aiid Trust ( <>., 
rooms 5) and 58 Clajfp talk, bda Mi in 
ger's El ropean Hotel. ; 
Chishojm, Clarti Miss, student Drake 
University, bds 1400 w 25th. 

den, 'Frank,! wkjs Liverpool and 
s Mmners Pajekihg ! Co., r e 1! tli 

AT* 1 O '^' i.x (i * 



Cjittei 

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bet Vin 
Chittei idon; 

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Towns & McFarland S 

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12 w 12fhj 
., carpenter Pes Moi 



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■2 arid Sqott. .' 

Frank, Ijl., coal ['hauler, r \\i 

G. W., jeueler '428 e-«tlfc 



Chittenden; 
71 1 e Maple. 

Chitte ulenj'Jeur 
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, Chitte ideu; L. >\ 
p Manufacturi jg & Shipbing Co., r 



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e, r 122(1 e!7th. ; . .| V' ' /. . i. 

•M-I.JcJli' G. Christ, r 13*0e'7th." j 

Dl' delivery elk George 



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Mulberry, i 1 



,• B. E., .student, Capital* City 
Commercial College 
' lw tid jive. ' 

ang, l(n4«iclry 1 7| \v 

w Mulberry.' i 

isnij n,Johli l|., special agt Vv^terloo, 
M.u ual Equity Ins. Co.,r 1510 w ( 
nut. » 

n ?rf Mary E. Mis?, \vks 

ger, .^ Mb rooms Miner's jEji- 
an Hotel. , ' 

L, miner, r .1314 e Buchanan 

restaurant 415 e Loeubt, r 



vin, 
7th. 



200 w 8th. 



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Lutheran Church, bds 



ristlankek Wil 

507 e s 7th. 



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Stj 
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f-Supporting 
liters matron;. 



istor German 
13 e s 10th. 



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etter-earr er, r 100 e J. 2 

Chri ,tina Miss, seamstrei s 
Yoiuikjer BroS., r 1170 v.- 3rd. ; ' [Jj 

Cjiristisen, Geor re, wks Consolidated ^ 
• Taik |/me Ct>. ? r 1170 \\ J 3rd. 

idsti$.Mi,j Margaret Mrs., r 1170 w 3rd. . q 

idstophtfrson, Vlbert, blacksmith Wil- J 
son cVs'Stein. | . p { 

lristophersonj Ernst, wks -Carman & 
Schmidt Mnfg Go,, r 42" e Grand aye. 

iristy, A. J., traveling talesman! J. M. 
Christy. ♦• 'i j \ 

C|iri8ty t A. R., trr veling salesman ! J. M. 
Christy, rl4(2 wOth. 1 

Christy, Archie^ postmaster stalon A 
. *2u ami 522 e Grand five, r 1102 e 

Maplel 

iristy. Archie Jr., letter carrier, r 81 1 e 
\ Walker. I .1 i . 

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iizzie, Mis», rtrdsshikr, btfs 812 v. 



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Christ, :ihniijj\ 
r e Ith cor 



Miss, r 12^0 e i\\\. 



>|[iss, wks 1 Mer 
All<fn. 

niliam, r 10.9 w'Gran 

sen, Anna Miss, w 
lise. 



sen 

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itt ifc Bush, 

'! 

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aye. 
vs Sayery 



sen M^ads^ wks Wood landX'eme- 
, r 417 esiOth." V ' . ; . \"- 

Mhry MisV wk.i Savery 

•/■■■■.'■ <*■ 
Green & Sonfyi r 



son, ^ r wks S. 
le 7th. 



1. Char 



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r ilkiuj8 r 1334 efe rand iaVe. ' 



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iristy Coal Co., J. M. < 
. 207 w 2nd. » 

C iristy, Eihiiia ^{,rs., j over 
livt!.' • 

(' iristy,- Frank P , student, r 

G iri.stv; Fr^l, pressman Dally Capital, r O , 
117ejli{h. 

iristv, Fred II., nmgr crac 
M. Christ v, r 048 w lOtli 



827 w I Grand 
L102eMapleJ 



;er factory J. 



iristy, George L., r; 1102 e Maple. 



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Tplephone No, 



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M. CHRISTY'S 

(bEL'EBRJATEt)!' 

ERS 

,. - ^ If Ycju V/antlthe Best. 

ijgtf ORDERS B^AIL PROMPkY FILLED 

• ' .Factone." if? Dc-f Moim-s lowaj find Ko£k 
B»- ... r jsliind, Illinois. 1 




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Christy, Harry j carpenter* r 811 c Walker 
Christv, Johii W.. Printer Daily Capital, 
117 c lltjh.j 

f «j Christy, Joseph Mi, wholefcalo cracker 

1 5 • mnlr, 207, '-09. 21 1 W 2nd, mid 

'•: • § (Christy J Coal Co;), r 04S w 19th. 

•f S^ ClVristj,J<).soph >r. J., bkpr Christy Coal 

;J cri Co., r G48»iv 19th. 

•}.' S Christy, M. ^traveling salesman, r 1307 

j{ |i " w Gvandavo. I £ 

,|-S' Christy, r I\j jto e Walnut. j 

.■'li.g- Christy, "William, supervisor 2nd Dis- 

|}j! S trict P( llv| Countv, and; overseer of 

j! h the poc|r, 'oihee 827 e 5th, \r 811 e 

|j w' Walker] : , 

'■j* 5/ Christy, Willinjiu II, contractor and 
jj* er, 020 f fljtli. J . 

■'* = Christv, William IX, asst cUv auditor, r 
117 e lltiit , I* 

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Qhrystie, M}ie jMiss, stenographer Y 
. er Bros., iri 835 w 5th. ' 

Chubbie, Frederick, retired, r 1 440 

Buchantinj \ ' ' { 
Chubbie, Myjrtile Miss, student Highland 
• Park Normal College, j , 

"Churdh Clytl<?, student Iowa Business 
College.. ! 1 

Churqh of Jejsus Christ, e IGth cor Des 
M oine.s.; : 

K Church of the Good Shepherd, ;Rev. Allen 
0) Judd rector, e lijth cor Des Moines. 

._2 Chur;h of' tlfie} Visitation,' Rev. J. F, 
■|j § ^iigent; pistor, e Walnut cor 10th. 

1 

Moines] 

§ Churchill, Stejlji Miss, student Highland 
.<" ' Park Njorinul College, i 

.fejl Cincinnati | Avfnue — Second north of 
< North, jfrqnji e 18th to Delaware ave,j 

fc foundry Addition. 



jj /* Church", WJ, tfamster Union Coal Co., r 
j*^ v Indirfn(ilaj ave nr city, i limits, s Des 



Cissel, Cha(*les 
0th. 



nut 
City Dumj 
City Hall, 

City Place" 

I blocks 
i fiver. 

Clader, E 
Printi 



N. f letti 



Citizens $ ationfil Bijik, J}' II. Merrill 
| pres, ,1 (t.! Rounds cash, 500 w With 



r jcarrier, r, 821 w 



and Crermv ory, s 



w 2nd 11 w (: 



-from 
south 



a, r 

jet \\ 



nd w 9th. 



or Locust. 

I. & R R. it. five, 
loth (i.u'd Raccoorf 



Iowa 



Clanipijtt, 

j lo\y s( 

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pa^ipittj, 

1 > ('oiirtj: 

jClampitt, 
r 12141 



lima h. ,)lp, prihte 
lg Co.,jr40C w Center. 

Minnie Miss, teaclier Lon^fel- 



hoo|,t,12l4 

tich'imi M., 
av(\ 



e Count jlive. 



iClang, G 






carpenter, r 1214 e 
ks WlniieldTilden, ' 



Rosa Miss,\\ 
v Vonrt ave 

moulqer Des Moines Manu- 
factuiling & Supply Co.,r,u U)th cor 
Levuer. ' ! ! 1 ' 

Clancv, A,. W., agt Barnes Publishing Co. r 
I Gil w :Jcd. , ! , 

Clancy, M ichael, r 393 e SthJ : 

Clupp Bldck, \\\ Walnut s wjc<)r 5th. '• 

1 ward 8., 'bricklayer, r 1518. e. 



Clrtpp, iE 
Lyon 

Clapp, I 
K. K 

ant. 

CI a poor, 

Clapper, 

Clapper, 

Cluppw, 
and 

Clapper, 
1518 

Clapper, 
Co., 

Clarey, 
nucti 



. R., getil stoL ; k agt; C. R. I'& P. 

, ollieo Kplapi • blk',>r;^17 w Pleas- 

■ * i : • ' 

Etta Mik, r -i31 e Des >[oines. 

F, C.,'wksG. B. Sweet. 

Mary Ej Misji, r lT^wllth, 

Nels, drjiver, 
Mining Co. 

0. E., tollec 
e Locust 

Thomas 
1338 e 



Maple Grove Coal 

■ (; L ' - 

tor Da illy News, r 



C, c Ik Schermerho^u & 
12th. 1 ! 



Weir Fur- 
702 w 20th. 



J. E-, sei.y ai:d tresis 

Co., 105 w Locust, r .... .. , 

i i 11 ' ■ I • f 

Clark, it. A., r^al e state, room 15 w 5th I 

cor Loeijst, r room 18 1 w Stl^ 1 cor 

Locust, j . ! . ; I . . [ it 



Estatiiished) j87i. > NATURAL STONE, H 

(alephone 39f j ) w a sterlk. <3|u«rH 



('lark, A.l E.J (A. E. Clark j $ C«p.), inau 
age: ■ city ilepartir ent Dd& Moinee Fire 
Ins. Co., o|ffll[e 4^ r w Court ave, r 813 
wjSuhooli 

Clark, (A.. E. & do., [Andrew^ E. Clark & 
), local agts Des Moines Fire Ins. 



Co. and 
Court ave. 




gem fire Ids agts, 405 w 



209 



' 



west south 3d St 





JOSEPH, MO. 

branch House, 

2d St. Oes Moin is 



/DKtt-AKMNES DIKKCrrWU.V 



CHAMBERLAINS 
COUGH remedy 



CURES 



COUGHS COLDS ^CROUP 



qi 
cii 



iijk, 
ink, 



OIi ink; 



Clir^, 

Olli'rk, 
Co. 



Alexjfi dprj engineer H.F. Geteliel 
S<nit5,ir.812:w Vine. r i 

\imajS. Miss, r 708 w-feth.- T ' 

SehjUi ma F., baker Cutter & Souk 



I 1 



l^njiUijin k, lab, r 97b w 22ml. 
C|, \viks Gur'man <k Seiimitt. mnfk 



Chink -0., olucksmithl Des MMines Strec 

JR*U.Co;. Vl 
(;hlijkj'|C 'A^Irs^'dininw hall f)3^ wjfit! 

luv.'Jrusame. )| 

0.'A,i ' 



C.lafjk, 
Ohnik, 



Charle 



t 



J 



jMrs.','r:«CG"w 19th, 



delivery elk Postal T 



elt 



kmiph Cab e ( jo., r 1 13 w t 8th 
(iaiik^lCihaijiW,, student Capital (Jlit^ 
iCommercial 



ai:: College, r 1326 

■"■ iQrand. aK-pi ]■...• ' ' i 1 ,.• 

CWk, Charlies, traveling salesma^i r-K 

]' w 3rd. •;(•■ <:. ':[ ! ■ / j . ' ,< ' 

Clank, Charles J3.J waiter KirkwopdJ louse 



Clailk, Oharl 
•: ' Olallk, Charl 



430 w CMektiut 
O'larfe. CI 



l^,|wks Hotel.'dp' Horse, r 



'ark 



Jlint(;»jiiFi, student Highland P 
jN'ormaj iCollj^e, r 11)07 w Otli ave. f 

Clark, C.T.I u'ksi 415 w 4th, r ' batfembnt 
?13(>. w\ Cliphnut. : •■ • i 

{blacksmith Emaver Carriage 

v H-\ ' . . -• ..:T 

M., prop Windsor house, w 
me. 



Olarik, David, 
• r Co., r'io: 
Olaijk; David 

jlrd cor V 

Msir)«,i Donnls 

dark; i>. d.;{\ 



j brkjklaysr, bdd 109 w s 2nd! 
, . (Mil \v ! ard& Clark), r 1321 w 

- _ f-itij. • j . u .:j, 1 i. i __ , : .. -V 

Olarlk, X bhykkmith Des Mojhes Electric 

. Street Hvi Co. , ! ' ' 

■i . ; 1 I ' ■ ( 

Clark, Ed waM,! pi 




sterer, r 220 e 1st. 



Claf-fc, EdwaVd. teamstei- Eurekii Coal 
Miniijig^. ( '-■• , .; ■ -|\. I ( . | 

Claj-^.-Edw&l Hl/ ! teaui8te|r H. F. Get J 
Cl^ell & Sdns, r 812 w Vfue. ] .■[ 




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DIARRHEAremedy 

! FAltS^'IS PLEASANT>SAFE 

AUDRUGQ STS AT SO CENTS PER BOTTIE 

Ca SOL! ; MANUFACTURERS DEfiUWKES. «Q*> 



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lark^ I*!dwin, blaeksniith stables Des W* 



Moijie's El 
i\Iaiii,.Sevns; 

lark, E. E. , asst 
t 'Assdciatitin, 
lark^EUajtfiss, 



ark IN 
. K. P 



L'trie Stn 
opol. 

seeyThe Hankers' Life 
r 425 wL\Sth. j ' '. > \ 

wks Morgail ilotise 



'lark[ Einnia 3iiss, student II 
Park lS r )rmjil College. 



v lark, F.'G.,reti 

lark; Fnlnk \Y. 
. 200 w' 8th. 

'lark,' Fred S., 
Street Ky. C 

d^ark, Francis E 

(|'lark, George P 
press Co., r. 

(f lark; George P 
1358 w 24th. 



Clark, George W 
&N.W.K. 




r 

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ifcif 






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*et Hy. Co., r 
Bankers' Life 



irhland 



- m\ 

1 i ! 



i:% 



lark, E. P. Mr,., wks Tracy Home, j w 
1 4th n e cor Hidga ' , 

^fdf t 50(5 w 15th. 

, \yks Merritt ,& Hush, r 



motorman Dos (Moines 
>., r 533 w (Jth'avtj. 

, Mii»s t r 1443 w 3rd. 

lnesseiiiirer U. S. Kx- 
: :f 11 e Walnut. 

,j (McMeeikm &' Clark) r 



r 
s 






ibd house (.^ 



r ,^ hostler roul 
i, r 'over 519 e 2nd. 

r w 4th cor Clark. 

, (ilk Frank Arehart, r 



ave. 



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& Clark), rJKJihv 



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Clark t Harry K., 

lark, Henry S 
1003 e Gram 

lark, IJ. M., (lUiwhaw 
f'Gth. 

lark, r Homer I), law student, bds 939 w 
0th aven.ue. j ; " • J 

lark, Horace T., traveling 'salesman,- 

rooms 713 w 3rd. " ! 

lark, James^-vyj m;J|q1hi »S. Taylor, bds ({£ 
Northwestern ilou.se. ' * * 

Cjlark, Jamds, wks James P. Roberts, r 
313 e Waliiui ,..'■.' | 

•C lark, .fapies, \vk i P. M.'sRyan. 

ling blk. 
C ark 1 , James, labl bds 81 4 i w Vine. 

Cllark, JameS S-, s^cy Des Moines Ins. O 
Co., r 1014 w 7th. :h '•' • ci 

Clark^ Jaiies'S:, teamster J. K. & W. H. "■] 
Gilcrjist, r 14^3 e Des, Muiues. S 



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I. CAPITA | 
•5 SURPLUS ! 

5 J. II. MEKIil' 




K, 

$10O,00C 
$175,000 



LI , . President 

~ AjLKDKKKlij.: pre President 

H J. d. ROUN |H ".] Casluej- 

*es Union Natiomtl Rank, Chicago. 

^» Importers aijd. Trader's National Hank 
a> ;[ Xfw York! 




6/9 Clark, .[.('., 
e Locust. 

Clark, .ft ;'('.< fj 
merCial 



5 Oiark, .Jane AJlisH, r :>1S w 12th. 

jlectro vapoq baths over 5 1( 
ir name. 

indent Capital City Com 
College, r SJO w Otii ave. 

(Mark, J.iC, tj 142<i w Woodland ave. 

Clark, J. JL, ''traveling salesman Morritt 

Clark,.!. Hovfard, law student S. S. Cole, 
j b(is 9J1J> wOth ave 

Clark, Joliju, [miner Polk County Coal Co., 
' r 802 Jefferson, s De*- Moines. 

Clark, Joliti (j;., lab, r 10l4 w 13th. 
Clark, «J olin JJLj student Iowa College o 
taw, bdjj 01)7 w (5th ave. . j 

Clark, Johnj M„ bkpr (Jeorge & Kinjj 
bridge Co., r 0-T> w 10th ' 

' Clark, John M., engineer C. St. P. &i K 
. C. H. R.jr over 010 \v 9th. 

jj (Mark, Josepji. student Callauan College 
ki ; r Colleuif Home. 

$ Clark, Josepi M., hard woud linisher, if 



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1144 w I 



'Ui. 




•Clark, Julia jtMiss, wks 1 123 w High. 
£ (Mark, L. MijLr 14[:{e ijos Moines. 
jflC Clark. Leorti !>.. sienouTaplior, r (><><> \v 

' 3 . lmii. ,| 

£ Clark, LiicV <}. Miss, teacher (irant 
, School, jr 510 e I'.t.riKt 

5 Clark, M.|a' 



£■ (Mark, Mark* 
.f • r j Frank liji 

£ Clark, Marti 



Mrs., r 7l;l \v Mulberry. 
wUs ,1. W. Watson, v 20 \v 

a J. Miss, ri 802 Jettcrson,'s; 
W l)«. H Mojjne<. ! 

Clark. Martin L; fe^d Stable 415 w M f r, 



417 wi:Jt 

Clark, Maryi 
j ave. i I 



1. 

Miss, elk r 1420 w Woodland 




Stenographer Dm 
sdciation, r 1420 V 



Clark Mary Mrs., r illj'w 8 7th. 

Clark . M. E. Miss 
S oines Life ;A: 
Woodland ave. 

Clarkj M. E. Mrs., r 

(Mark, S., real estate, 

Clark!, Sarah K. Mis; 



(510 w 0th. j 

, r 500 ([ Lyon. 

(Markj, T. El, atty I o\la National Building 

arinda, la. 



1739 



Association, r C, 

(MarH, Thomas E., ieal estate, r 
Maple.! ( j! | ' ' :, 

Clara, W. A., salesnah Des Moines Soai 
Works, r 1410 a\ Gjranjd ave. I 

Clark, Walfer J., carpenter, Ir 1358 \v 24tl 

Clar i, Walter ()., whs round house C. $ 
* V. W. R. K.,rover«19e2ud. 

Clare, W. Arthur, r MaiiiJSjevaatoiio]. 

Clark, W. (J., Carpji 1301 e Lyon. 

Clark, Whi|tiui S'Slrs., r 718 w 5th 

(Maijk, William, t<»ai.ister Eureka F 



Cla 



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Claik, William E.J ;1B50 w 8th. 



Clothing House, r 020 W 10th. 



uel Co. 



k» William L,, , tailor Continent: 



Clark, William II., 



CMafk, William IL, 
insurance Coi, 



£ 



ing ho^iae, 212 f 1st, r sa|nei 



(Siu 



real estate and 



d 



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ard 



adjuster Des Moiuj'S 
708. w 5^h. 



Hi'ossors to M. II. Smith &Co., 
and to Conk & ilolinen. 



General Fire 



REPRESF 



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HAim'FOKP, 

UK1. ^WAHK, 

-MKIi«; HANTS, 

DKJS MOINKS, 

CONT NENTAlI, 

OAK! NDHOM.H, 

NEW uA.MPSIHIU., 

wckfai.1) <;kk.m[\n,, 
i'nitki) fj.ki^ukns, 

NDKinVHl'lEHH, 
>F NOH'llII A.MKKlCA, 



SO MILLION 



SOF CAPITA^. 

.e! Strongest ;Fiie Insiifance 



IN THE CITY. 



■"ICE I\ DES NOISES 

406 COURT AYE. 



O. W FOWLER, 

Ti* WJ Lb^ust St. TeJephonLi 511. 



CIIILP1 



TO 



ixsuRi.\ct m\n 

• TELEPHONE 443. 



in bLii. 



\ Steam Hektlnd* 
( Plumblii- and fitf 
) . Fitting. ' 




Contractor* foi 



t! 



LB PLUMBING 



Plumbing, Steam, | Oat. W. it&jui tout. 'Raw 



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D'HS MOINES J)IRHOTO|RYl 



Clark, 1 ' Wilson, lab , r |U337 e Lyon, . |" 
Clark, W. Smith a teamster, r ovqr 412 W' 
: ' Gth ave. . ' [ -. . '" " I' 

Clark, W: T. Mr?., r 1907 w 6th ave. . I 
Clark, W. V:, -fetjuqent Callanan College 

Ibile 512 \v.8tli.i l ' i . ' 
Clarke, Albert, .cabinet mkr L. Harbacln.r' 
718 e. 0th. ; . | 'I '- ■/£ t ;• 



Clarke, Bertrawf ft, 
,4th nr Clark. I 



C urke, Carrie A. Miss, 



elk Albert Fatf r,,r w 



)■ ! 



teacheij steno-, 
•rrapiiy Capital Qity Commercial, 



0la 3 



Cla.il 



t College, r im 

Clarke, CharJesj I 

T. IL IL, r \vi 4 

Cjhirke, Charjes II 



wllOth. | 

, s|)'liciting agt M. K. & 
h n w eor Clark. : 

Jr., elk Northern Pa- 
cific 'IL IL, r v>| 4th cor Clark. 

Clarke,- 'Ella Misj^, laundress L. M| jHill, r. 
Trostel Blk, 



t , 



Clarke,' Loom 15. Miss, ' stenographer, 
, Gatehj Com er &! Weaver, r, 



ci 



000 w 



Jla'rke, IJaehaeJ'C.jMiss, principal private 
\ school fo.r girli, f 500 W 15th. j * 

Clarke-, K.'J5./ ; cj|Ui«r d & N.%. K. 1?. 
' freight ollied,. r 1140 w 4th'. ,1 

Clarke, Kobert\L., traveling agt, Masonic 
Accident Ini Co., r 000 w 19th. 

Clarke, lL W., r.l)0G e Lyon. 
Clarke, 
Kin 



"Claj 




$ 



t> 



I 

eo p vatii iba Qis rnnHtt. 



151 



janitor Valley National 
wLth. 



', Henry S.J 
Bank, r 810 

(L'la}' Streeti-F^u^th least of Raccoon river 
frouvSecpnjl to Jndianola ave, s Des 
Moines. 

, William B., sti.dent Highland Parle 



College* .ropms 
Highland ParK. 



Claypool Avenue— between east 9th and 
20th, from Nortl^, south ; and vves^to 
Elliott.and York s Choice. 



10J( 

Clapton, PJanhiflj stujlent Iowa Business 
|College. 

(X; engineer C. . W. 
Grand ave. I 



tor, Thompson 
toggCo., r 135 i 



Clayton, Thompson C. Jr., printer, r. li; J 5 
p Grand ave. 

ssmish (I)es Moine 
0J.h s |i cor Clay, s 

student Iowa Busi- 



C;ie<i|g, Johli L., blue 

Jirggy Co., jbds 

)es Moines. I 
Clegjgett, George 1 IL 

less.Cbllege. 

Cleglget, George H., 

Cleg liorn, David ()., fatj>, bds 

Cleh.nd, F. E., meter 
I son Light Co., b 



L !• 



Oth 



jM21w ; 



Thomas |ilvi,i real estate, r 
jjman ave, 

Clarke, ]\\'. E,,^ traveling salesman, r 1 115o'i 



ave 



Clark^oh Avenue 
"roj;j »west 



^orlwood Paj-k! 



frenth north of North,' 
0t!h three blocks 1 west,'! 



blew 7th 
Clela'nd, Leslie IL, rt 
lth. j 

Clen Qnt, Edward M- 
\* Grand aye. . - 

Clenent, E. M., wks 
OlO e Grand ave 

Cleirent, Estella Miss, wks 
LV-illitt, nr Proct( 



Clarkson, C. F. Mrs,, r fco» \v Pleksant. 
Clffrksoi , Cli'arl(| >V.« wksSavery Houses 



R», business mngr lowaj. 
r, ;r -SOvfw Pleasani. ■" j j 



rooijis over $18 \v 7th. 

Clarkadn, John 
Stat.j' Hf'gist 

Clarksom RicMrd P., Editor and pro]); 
Ioui State Ijegi8ter,r 805 w Plea's- 1 
ant. , • I » "" ' ■ ■ ' ■' ' 

Clarkson Street- Fourth north of ,^ r orth. r 

; from De^Mcjjinos river to 27thJ Kortii ' 

De.s Moines. ' " ■■■■•■ 

t'latHon, .I()hn, \lks IL GutmaU & Co., 
rqoms over 2yl wj>Vatiut. ' , 

Haut/ ? Fred,wi[s barman &, i^chmitt 
Mnfg-Co.,r8l7eBuch|inan.' , ! ! 

play, Henry,.' poj[tor American ; (Express 



Golden Rule Clothing 

! ^ ■■ • i ! = i ■ 
li'- ■ -I I : ■ 




^^\ ■ 



nr Franklin ave, 



5th cor Euclid ave, 




r J1522 w5th. 

207 e KUlr> | 

dpt Dej) Moines Kd 
cor Center. 
, over 200 e 



alj (.'stat 

boarding house, 509 

1 ; 'j 

IL Kuiikle, r rear 



r Coa 



Sevastopol. 



Mrs,; Paul IL 
mines, r Main 



Clenlent, 1^. C. Mrs,, jr hi) e \Valker.l f SJ 

Clem ent, Thomas, miner r Mai|n ni* Frank - g S 
■ lin aye, Sevastopol! . \' _} «♦ 

Clen eilts, L, r lL (L. K. Clements & ('o.), r Q 2J 
wArliugton ave iir Franklin. ' 6 ^ 

ClenjLents, L. R. & Co., <L. H. Clements 
nd — — ), furnfture, carpel.s and oil 
(floths, 315 \v,7th. 

Cleirents, M.H. Mrs., r w Arlington a'vj 
nr Frankliil 

Clo'irjf|nt8, Nettie Mis^, ^vks 2^7 w Chest- 



Mi t 



ss, 



Alt. '!' 

Clem (Ins, Clara 
[('enter, i - 

Olcikbriji, Nellie Mrs 
Center. ' 

Clen< eniel, Yernon, s 



laundry, r 1112 w 
laundry, r 1 1 12 w 



ujlent Capital City rr\ 

Iowa i. ^117 «' Mli " 



(jomfliercial Coljlege, r ; iil7 w 5th. JJ.J 



I HAtT£B8|ANDFllRNI8HtR8. - 

817 W««t Walnut St. | 1 Des MoinM. 

!■ ■{■■■.■ 



era id 

! tnto 

ear as 



F.N, DRAKE 



WORK GUA UNTEED Or 

2?3 East mth St. Ul 



IJKS MOIJNEiS 



_■ €>'! 



5* 




£3 t; ■ 

3s ■ 

,3 Jl ffetSurp/is 



.to 

5* 



x 



J 

'0 




Clrss, Kmi 
w (5th 



LftlKD COMPANY. 

$49Q,000 



BR JCE E. JONES, Secy. 

522 WIST LOCUST ' STREET. 



I (i,, traveling salesman r 033 
ive. 



Cless, William E., hats, gents furnishing, 



•4>>ods 

iith av 

Cleveland, 

J. S. 
Shaw 

Cleveland, 
w Oth. 

Clevman, 

Clevman, 

Ciiffoni, if 

. C. K. 

Clifford* I 

r SJ7 



ami furs 40S w Walnut, r 033 w 



Alexander I)., pattern! niaker 
Kidd, r e 12th bet ScW and 

Mary Miss, dressinkr, r 1140 

suae; peddler, r 71 1 e .Lyon. 

i., peddler, r 045 .e Des Moines. 

.-. V., (conductor C. St. P. & K. 
{., bds The Logan Mouse. 

'aniel, lab, C, H. I. & P. R. R.« 
' Market. i 



f« 





Clifford, .'John- P., section foreman |C, R. 
I..&/P. Ri. R., r8l7e Market. , 

Clifford |S i reot- from ('., R. I. & P. R. R. 

to Oem ave, Hartlev's addition. 
Clifton Heights -from Curve to Kirk wood 

bet ( hirkson Drive and Bloomtield 

av< n e. 

j' 

Clifton li eights Land Company, Thof. 
Hattcn, pre*; Bruce E. Jones, secy; 



522 .\v| Wahfut. 






©■Climax Laundrv, 1). !■].' Wtis, r l< i prop, UOO 
w tsjf. '• i 

— Clinch. P E., waiter Aboru. House, rfoil 
w (>i h ave. ' j ', 

Cline, .\|. I. Mrs., rooms over 333 e Othj 

Cline Br >S M (John and James N. Cline), 
general store, w Oth n e cor Euclid 
+u -^ ave.j | 

U. 3 Clj.e, F]t|a Miss, r w '21st s w cor .Cottage 
P -Q Grojve ave. ' 

2>. Cline, jivmes N., (Cline Bros.), r Gth ave s 
L e ecjrjiEucrui ave. 

■ «> 'Clini'. Jpnn, (Cliuo Bros.), r Oth aye s e 
C. 1Z ('or;lj|iK'lid, 

oo 



Des 




DIKECTOKYL' 



line, .John B\, 
College, r \xi 
Highland Pa 

■ c I 

'line, Oliver, elk 
R. R., room, £ 

•line, \yilliam, pi 

JlinganJ 'E. L. Mi 

{Jlingan, Hewitt, i 
1330 e Maple 

'liugan, Willian 
Iowa ave. 

'linkenbeard, Re 
523 e Locust. 

.'linkenbeard, Jo 
IHis Moines 
Capital ave. 



ig liquid 



tuderit I 
lith coi 

k - / 

Blipt C„ 

18 w 3rd. 

>tter, r 40& e s 2nd. 

s'., r 1707 w 10th. 



Roofer 



ir «. 



'luana Pn 
Euclid av(f, 

3t. t\ & It. C 



:1k McRae & 

II., lab, r w 

rt. baker S. B, 



Bemis 



35th 



uarton 



in W., w^ks .Liyorpcolij 



Ohio. . 
Cldry, A. M., car writer, r 1(523 



a\fe 



1510^ 



backing Coi, r 
Capital ave. j 

jrmtori Avenue— sixteenth north of 
Moines, rivei] from- 0th ave to 
Oak Park. 

Clinton, Mpchael, lab, if, 205 e s 4th. 
C 



cot 



14th, 



J ' 8 i 

Uipiell, Mary. M:s$, student Drake !U 
verity, bds . ; 230 w 23rd. j 

!li])pinger, Ej, stjtidont Highlafid Park 
Normal Colhgie, rooms i'olle^e IlalL 

Cloe. Abraham L , brick mason, r iofe If 



rt 



S"., brickmaker, r[w' 



man & Co., r 

('lose, J. I)., teai 
j viinin nvivco 

Close, .1. 8., team 
j r lj)2 e (S^th 

Close, J. N., brie 
j 055 w 24th. 

Close, X. Pj., line 

Clossoi. Charles 
13! ^ Capit; 



Urbenwopd 
CIow,i Miss Ida, i 



ciow, k. A. 



Wire W* 

Cloyrqj Jann^I 
Bqggy Co., 



e 'Grai^i 

ami. 



'20th 



Clos, ,|.C, (Patzi-ct Clos), r OfJ 

Close, Albert, lal|, r lllOJw^&ut, 

Close, $enjamin 
cor Franklin 

Close, Gertrude Miss, milliner M. lfcjgle 

1400 w Washjngtoi^ 

nster, r 110 e Penijs} 
• Washington ave. 

styr Bloonifield Coal C(L 



v mkr and contractor, 



i pikr, r w 20th sec 2D 

M., traveling salesman, n 
Have. \* } ' j 



Clover iLauc-fHfroni Grand ave to Cenhf, 



Park. 
7j)5 c Ly( u, 



,:mngr Des Moines Scale 



plifton Heights. 



Cluen, John, ^n 
r 1308 e Lye 



ioi!ies! 4 SS*iSliirti 



'^25 e 1st, r 7()5 e Lytn. 
vice pros Des ^oiue^' 



Courtlaud Bouleva 



giheer C, R. I. & R. 



n. 



Cor, West 6th 

; and 
Mu!be'*ySts. 



I 




4' 



scov 



Chite, J. R., tin 
! custj.rsam 

! CpakJey, Kate A 

I Coal Palace, ( 
! ) ,\y Oth ave. 

i CoA son, Willin 
; , -.vijpfye, r, 2018 

- Coats, O. M., 

i , ' Street R. R 



:■! 



Life RL,UM3I MG COMPANY. ; 

Piliiublng, Sieaui J Cm, W. i&Md iowiW 'Hunt 70. 1 2! T WATIS ud 0A3 FITTtHa. »~^~g 



Contractor* ftjr ^luuiblnji, S teaui J Cm, W. itiund Loot.' 'Aou 70. i fldl WATIB ud 0A3 FITTtHa. *~g 

1)ES "JkldL^ES piUECTOKY. . 






F 



153 



.,-■'' ■ J: 

ludi'cs tailor, 016 w Lo- 

• J I • ■ ~ 

Ii9^,,Kvks Gi)2 wl9t h. 
fedh|ad& Whi ney), 31 



.ii M.,j'barber; l(j|08 w 6th! 
iv Center. 

mptarneier . De3 Moines 

GVfhaVUe.rpLouiL fi sh' clealelr, r -J!i8j(j Tth.i 
j Ciibackeis'Saiiiubl, wks H;'^ H C^.j | 

Cobb, ^\., traveling sah^man, r 1338 w 

' 8th,; V .' T ";■ !.; , ,]: ;. ; 

Cobb, Edward M., (ileetrieian, Capita J Cifv 
: Electric Lijdit (ty, bl:ls 710.^.4(1).' 

ejit Iowa Business 



I Cuburn, W. M 
J * College. 

i Cochran, G. \( 
! ; H.,rSlTe 
! Cochran* ltlonu 

! - ! K -Mh" 

I Cochran, rloWn 
1 IowajjLojtn 
1 Ko Grind -a* 



,|! B 



/fir 



T 



Colli A,- Nathan K; f * i Dudley, & Collin), r 
1584 w Linden. 



C iilin,- Whlteir K., aJsfi tr 
- ajnd ^ri|si Co., r:<j)u2 w 

& Henry, (J< 

oward llenrvl, 



ConU & Henry, (J< 



bn 1 
real i 

Cofihjnd, C. X W., niotjonu 
HtiWt Ry r Co. | 

(VHhind, George W., 
n it. : 

CoTfn an, Ahbii* Mi.-s 




rpas Imva Loan 
tb. . 

j. Collin and .1. /T^ 
jitate'20.' w5th. 

r <I)es Moines 



t 



C< 



r ove 



r '813 w Wa! 



U( 



| Cochran, 

; vance 
i . i ave. 



rmvnnC., K. I & P. U. 

engineer C, 1^. I. &•" F ". 

e Walnut: 

F, real estate 'i 
and Tjtitist: Co. \\\ 



Lend BjEi'ss, "Klcnojrnu 
Thr.»sl!ei J 'Oo.Jr 1104 



oohi KM 
Jg.,r0('8 



Uejr, Ad- 

e r C 



ourt 



li^hran, E IL Mrs., r,jll04 e Court ave. 

; (Y^ranejAlbe^bfirb'er Lynn «sj Quaiu- 
: |».; tancejr w 'M. ■ .]'■ • 

, r cdckrell, FranI , sti^lfht Drak^ Univer- 
■_ i nity, room 106 \v $4th. 

Coddiiii'toli, C. DJ;.n|pW and BPcoidviiaiut 
: fun iture a ill millinery pOO" ajidlflOS e 
| Gmlidjavo, r ov(jr ,100 e Grand aVei 

<Hv, Mary Mi^^wlis^Iprglan II )u|?(».. 

.('«•), IIam|, dri gs l(i()l wi Center ,:r; f!21 

j.W C."I} jer. 

: 1-offuy, PatHck, )• ll?]i|/j^accoon 

l *J'. Thtoodrro, cttlRctor Randall I & 
Dickey, r 814 w 4tli.v- 

. .^n. Alifitrl, (Blnior&doirMO.r 1009 w 

■2bt. 




stiuUnt Dts Moims 
w ^4(h. i 

, wks Iowa Printing 



teecipital; 



' C)ilege, lids' K) 13 
Mrin.in, Kertha Mhis 
C >. k , r (>14 w ir>th 

C.oiiin iii, ('onriidjlab,' 

Coffin m, Fn-'d, bairga|rc|inan eant hide do. 

Kot^C. R. LiV'P." ij. R„r(il4 w lot! . 
Coll ii '-" " " ' 

J 

Coi»*in in, h. P., wks 
]. , r (iJ4 w I'nh 

Cog^e^ball, Georirc ,V» 
. () liee.bldg, r <J0(J 



i\ c 



u^'IL li., .i>ressijj:in V^att^r-Talbutl 
iiiiuig C'o.,t 61 \ \v lotli. 

\V.,.N. U. ti P. IL- 

: ! ; 

., ; bn ke,r.'n)oi!i 4ii r 
i\- 7ih. - 'I 



■OT5 



o 



: k Elmer & Collin r 



1069 



^"Hin, Eunbr. c 
w21st.i ' 

/■«Bjn; Harrison A., \k\is Iowa L6an and . w -J rd. 



•Trtfet do., . 

Collin, johiji;., 
ton, Mabs. 



9i2w7th. 
(iofljaii Henry), 



Cog^rp shall, Mary J. M rs., r 600 jvv 7lb. p (^ 

Cog^^ell, S. G., drugiiiNt 1602 w 6th ave, '3 S 

r iaine. . ! * ■ ■ ' w — 

Cohen Abrahun, groe?r, bds 00(1 e 0th. ' . "* 

Cohen A V L., grocer .18 e Corirt 'aw, r • «♦ fft 

V salne. § 3. 

Belle ijl! Mrs., • (Iver 608 e Locust- E Q- 

Benjarniji), loan agt over 321 e jith, ; «_ i 

rieddhr, r 328 e (Jrliiid J3 2t 



(polieu. 

Coliek. 
r|0 



Cohei 



avf . 

Cohen, 
.'. "6i3ii 

i , 

Cjolien, 



)6e6th. 
Harris,* 



Harr.y, wks L. 

e2d.. j 

J R., cigars a 



n< 



r 7:11 c Walnut. 



1 
Ginsberg 6c Co., r 

tobacco 315 e 5th 



a -•• 



?2 



o 
o 



Cohen, 31. J., (SandelDHky & Cohen), r — Z|' • 
'. . 153) e Walnut. I - , v £ 

Cohen, Moses, lab, r 15ol!e Walnut 



Moses M.,|dry go^ds, r 1031 e 6tb. 
N. B., meat market 417 e Locust, 



(•ohen, 
\ Cohen, 

r 3 2 e Cbikrt ave. t^ 

Cohen, O;, (Oransky ^ | Cohen), r 208 jjT 



Bos- 



^ffin. M. 1} Mrs., ! r Myn'gers Eurdpean 
Hotel, v ' ' ° *■ " 



r <>ffin| Mattfe M: 





Rule 



I ' • ! '(■■ ■■] 

as, ^tudbntCallanan 



Ccl- 



Co'.ien,' iamuel'J.r 3u8 e, :;ourt ave. ^ h 

((/hen iStreet— from Miujry to ;W(»BtGil- ^1 fl 

'p ; . 



Ijert, 

Cohn, I saac, teamster, 
1 j Co., r 407 e a 6th.* 

.Co^n,KaWMrs; l r'613e 



Clothing Housd F 

N80NA8ON. 611! 



-i» .JOH^H80NA8ON. 



^TrER8 AN 



B.lbonitirjld Coal 

! M • 1 



S5 



J. f HAJrtrEft8 AND FURK«^HE»?8, 

V ^jMt' y Walnut tat. 1 »^ Moin«< 



W.I 



GO 



54 







506 and 508 ( 
j Locust Street. Y 




DES MOINES pliJECTOEY 



A.- COLDEWE,' 

§H FRESCO PAINTER. 

on 

* .^ II(just> and Htiin Painting. Drawing liCnsons 

25 ' 'JO EAST LOCUST STREET. 

iS5l • n : r 



^^S 



«*2 



Cokenower, J. W., physician and sjur- 
geoujover 523 w VVtilnut, r 1002 w 
Forest ave. 

|os Colam, Ai, grocer, r 1501 o l^th. 

O^J Colburn, A. C, elk. r 171M w High. , i ■ 

CM 2^ Colburn, [\rthur, elk 12th cor Laur >1, r 
-- 10tdwl2th. ! 

T. II., contractor and builcler, r 

x 12th. 

J.J. IT., en renter, r 1518 w High. 
M. M. Mrs., boarding ho so, 714 



^5^ Colburn 

GO 






CO?* 



, 1011 

Colburn 

Colburn 
w 

Colburn 
5t h 

£| Colbv,]: 

St*. 



22 5'S 




;(). H„ contractor and builder, r 
r Kuclit] ave, Highland Park. 

,. teamster, r 512 w 7th. 

Colby, Rort, conductor Dos Moines Stro< t 
R. Ifi Co. 

Colbv, C jlbert F., motorman Dos Moino> 
Stre.H Ky., r 512 w 7th. - 

Colby. ,f|. A., secv and inngr Dos Moines 
Erth|r>n Light Co., r 712 w 5th. 

Colbv, Ti A., collector Des Moines Edi-i 
son Light Co., 721 w 5th. 

Colby, William H.. teamster Ym Oinkel 

Coal and .Mining Co., r Yorse blk. 
Colcord, Ivory ('}., laf>,,r 2010 w Leyner 
.Colcord J. G., fanner, r2010 w Tleyner 

Coldeu, Thomas, elk U. E. Converse, v 
«i)S w 20th. 

S Coldewe, Alexander, froseoe artist, '.)< 
! e Locust. ! 

; Co'e, Boiijamin, r 511 ^v Chestnut: 

Cole, Bijiri P., j>ivs Fmfeka Broom' Holdef 
Co.,r Grand Island, Neb. 

■Cole, Chester C, (Cole, McYov & Chos 
hiref, r 706 w 1th. ■* , 

, Cole. Cyrenus, city editor Iowa Htato 
Register, bds J)2i) w 5th. 

Cole, Oqorire W„ wks F. Stehm & Son, r 
027 , with. i 

Colo, , Taints ()., r 208 e s 8th. 

Colo, Lillio Miss, stenographer, rooms 
938Fwltb. • 



Cole, Lora)Mi:;s, 
Normal Col] 



TOVE8, REFRIGERATORS, 



student 
ego 

C ;le, kcVey 

, A.H. MeVe 
attys Coh 's 

Colo, S. I);, brak 

r lHltwWi 

Cole, S. Spoin er 

♦ r 1220 w Qtl 

jCole, \V. C., asst 



Highland Pi.rk 




Milan 0\, R. L&P. R.H, 

ey. 

atty room 12 Clapp lj>jk» 
ave. ] : ' 

sqcy Hawkoyc Ins. .Co, 



I r 112(5 wHtli. 

'cole, Wiliian , 1 rakeman C, St. P. cVJ K 
O. R.|R.,|b(l?7ty w Walnut. 

night watch , Des Monies , 
o.J r 201 Madison, s Dei 



, student Iowa B^sines:: 



Cole, Z. III., 
Rugii;y ( 
Moiijes. 

Coleman; V. S 
College. 

Coleman!, NejUij Miss, wks, i:J2;l w Higlu 

Colomtini, Pi. M. J., contractor, r 704e 9th 

X'okwkarL'Roiw Vliss, wks Morritt& Rush 
r.lU3 wl();h. 



Cole)nai[, Willi 
y(;rsity,r|l3 

Coltleshl Era 



iin, i student Drake Uni 
JtW2fithL*: 



i v in ik. ]>lastoroi, r 777 w 13th. 
ColHesh lLMrs, r777.w 13th. j 



f . 
jCpllard,; Ma(y 

' Glomes. 
ColiardjWill 

College! Ave- 



(/ollcge I 

SO(^ 



lat 



De$ ; Moi|ne$ river to 
Moines 



fark I 
301 



T., Bloqlmlield 13,1 '|I)f'' 



i, real estate, r r iilk^\ 



fifth nortli of North 



Collegium F 
student 

Collins, A. J., 



w 



lilt [i 



r8,0i 

Collini, ( s haHe 
718 w 3rd 



Collins, ( 
Colling 1 



Colling Ifrank, 
■ik 



tor. 



w 

or* 
of 



..and Co., 
lth. -, 



l«th t North 



3nll 
frolii 

"fj 

John Slier in;u^ 



use, (monthly), e<lite<jl hjr 
Des Moines College 



::lk Rice 



:ii^ 

:.s 



Hinze Miwii: 



, elk Citi/ehsRank,r<ium! 



on I N., r 71) w 5th 



, hi), r 1110 



Collins, Fra 
Blittiry 

Collins. Fra^ik 
tv; 3rl. 



mason, r 



Co, 



w'Woodliiii I 
■W 25 th cor 



jive. 



I)., secy Electric iStcntgej 
CoL r 1511 \v€'enter. j 

E., elk ij. Ilarbjich, rj ^ 



Collin's, (ie(«-g( W.. janitor JWas s< 



b 



}^ 



ocuit at. I A " Oarmants «r« Made and Trimm«d Hill 
I In Latest and Moat Artistic Manhari I 



r . 



32 1 e Court avV. 



hoi 



portihgt ,TaiI 



f. 




DES MOINES D 



foes 1 Moines L 



■ Collins H.A„. wks 
1 Oil Works, r 18J23 e (jjdurt five. 

jjiiii!?', I j(Miry,: teller |'E)i'8 Moines 
, tioiuil'Bank, r tew P meant. 
Kluins, llenrv. cook Kirkwbod Home. 



huTnis, II. P., ten, Dii Pont Gunpowder 
/j Co :112 w 5th, robins' 1004 w 8th 

'■ 1 i » V . 7 ' v I'll. 



lolllin.N -H A., salesman I)es Moines Ifian^ 
Co., r w 19th" nw vh- i'cjnter. 
" " l 'r 21p* oj 5th. 
r e If iir Vino. 



Collins, .James/, lab; 
Collins, .lames, lab, 
Collins, '.lames, wks 
( 451! e s 2nd: 

Collins, ll. \)$, .-Itujle 
; -Normal Cplleg< . 



,olmsr, r £ 
■.t?' »£.. , 



Collins. [TohnJlCo^ 

Collins, llohn 
' Co. 4»tf w 

Collins, .bihn 
Center. 

Collins, .John . 
" Prod wee. '{;o.,.r 
Moine? 



Collhjsj .Johatl 
McX'onnel 



Collins, !.M. A. 

Collins, .Mary 
1 Cotton Mi 

Collins, Miles, 



in, < 

I r 1(. 

Mrs.j 
Miss, 



H. \L r 4lH o s p ldJ 



Collins, <N.B., 
Collins, Patric 



Des Moijics. 



retired 
{, retir 



(v.ilin 



Vrrv, 



ijel 



prop \ 
ve.i 

teller 

\m \{< 

IV, W 

2!th!n 



pes 



ks i: 



W 



grocery 



]"(»n, 



■r 



2( 



Dank, r 71 

Collins, Peter, 

. i' (Iraml a 

('vllinsH. II., 
! - Bank, h.ls 

<'ollin>, Timot 
1 House, r e 

CullKW. C 
eiir .IcjIVi 
■'..Moincsi 

<<'llin),jViHia|in S.,! r 
Collins. Wilbur Mjstjurt 

< Commercial Collie 
( "llin? & Me( 

•lames H. 
, Mlilwtth 
^I'Hi-st .lolm. 
v,at,.. r app 

inir, oir» A v 



•en nr 

C, I^ ! r.»fc P. H 

nt Highland 

[ns| [&■ MeConp< 



R.yr 
[Park 
11), r 



5|, a^t JMLLine Transit 
34 w loth. 



F., niasoiV,;r w 28th 

. i : ! I 
, (Hnleejbr jbwa Fruii 

31 p >Jadison, s 



engulf wji 



ii nclv 
IjO.w 

142)Wlligh. 

tipin ler Des Moines 
Park. 

.Mil'C./U.I.I&P. 



:s, r Cxrai t| 



farmer, r 715 w 



eel 



c<>II«[et(|)if 
f> \v 5th; 



fit 201. Mom 
\ijllley Nat 



House, 80 aid 88 



(•'inii'll. 

MeCbn 

■ •• Ii 



(t 

IK 



Hi H. SICKELS 



tor 



eontrae 
iratiii jjn|l 
Mul wry 



"•-123 West ijhtta! at- 
r , '-.I 



mkr Collhjs.& 
L'peust. ! I ; 



T 



Moines National 
isanf. 

Ma 



es Moirres 
Or Man r v.- 

and feed .w 
Monroe,, s 



> y 5th, 
''4 Capital 



e, r^ol 4 w9th. 



j! ii Collins 



'llljjeonfeetibiie'ry, 



team ant 



steam an 
lieneral p 



seed 
Na- 



i 



eor 

and 
IJes 



h 



5th. 
oe, s 

onal 



RECTORY. 



C()lbm, 1 

CojLlum, I 
1159 



:u^h, lab, r 1159 

izzie M. Miss, el 
k 23d. 



iv 23d. < 
Lang [Bros:, r 



A 



Collum, llobert II., jirfss f?e(|er journal 
] Printing Co., r 1159 w <i<X j , 

'Sterfield. 

ill 

•kwoodlllouse. 
:|)14 w, 'Center. 



Colony,' .Jlohn, Grant 12, Ch 

Cfnson; Anna Miss, wks Ki 

CVijson, y r illiam, barber, r 

Cot, Orvin M.,i niotorneer Des Moines 
' Electfric, Street Ry., r[l4?lt e' Grand 
ave. 

Coiton, Eri, blacksmith, r 

Colton, lieua Miss, student 

I Commercial [College, 

I ycrry 

Col ran, I. uther E. teamste 
( - ham, r 1'15 w 2th 

Coiton, X E., wks Janiej 
\y- 12 Ji; 

Cotton, Nathan E., 1 wks J. 
115 \'v 12th. »• 

Coinmbi; , ^treet -Ninth, n< rth of Walnut 
from eak 4th to|(ith. 

G(lvin,C.M. 



Cojvin, 1 
Mail 



1 sup go 



, physician an 
619 ^ Walnuf, rjlill 4 High. 

enrv G., machinift Des 



e Vine. 



Covin,! 



on 



erry, maehinist, r 
hillip, farmer, r 7 



j Cdhvell, 
' j Trai.- 
' CoiyV»r, H'ehj 



fa^turing & Sup 



Miss, student 
I Com|mercial College, 
Coljvin, I 
Oqlvin, I 

Colvih, Aniljiim, stude.nt.I) 
lege rooms 1814 w 8th 

CoiWell, Charles, teamstiM 

Colwel), Co: -a Miss, <lrois 
Pelt >ii ave. 



Che 



William M., wk 
sfei Co., r 322 \v. 

amin P., cool 



TV. 



2no\. 



QJiti 



and 



hot 



liirnb 




Combs, ^hil 
kl.,r 



GR1GULTUF H 

jRedu D©d 
Fln»»t Buszlet 



155 



oo 



15 w 12th. 

Capital City 

r 1507 kv f Mul- 

' Cate |& Gra- 

i 
Allei^ r 115 

K IWjkem, r 



)ly Co:, 



)n over 

i 

Moines 
r 1338 



Capital' City 

r 702 e 9th. 

M e '9i:l|. , 

):ie9tlj. 

't ^Ijoiiuls Col- 

1 [!■ 
021 w IV. 

mkr, rJ322 w 

i 

s White Line 
Vlton j|ve. 

, r ovejr b'00 w 



n. 



Colyer, i ., lap, r 1533 o'Ly< 

Colyer, Till am 31., wks fijeight h 
•i -Jii& ■ q. M. It, r 610 w 

, Pqmble}, A.,'mngr Union 1 
Woiks, ]■ e r.oeust bet 

^(imbs, Iarry V., maqhini 

ehanan. | ' 

Combs', . W., retired, r 13|17 e Buchanan 
Combs, frary A. Mr«.,ir 1317 e Buchanan. 

) I)., en^ince* C., H. 

I3i7 e Buj'hanan. 



ouse C. 
Vine 

iriek apd Tile. 
1th andj5th. 

J. r 1317 e Bii- 



I. k P. 



IMPLEMENTS. ( "j-jj- 

•na Car^iasei. •(••«rncii 







OYER (OS and (05 flfiLSCT ST. 

THE LEADING 



i)ES J\lOIN } ES DIREbtOkl 




i, Antonio, 'fruit stand 118 w 4th, r 
same -t J 

(\micUi, Joseph. I ruit dealer, r 005 w 2ind. 
fci^O Cornel ji, L., fruit stand 118 w 4th, r saine. 
2>T»-»^ Conn'oft, Fdwin M., potter, rll52w J>th. 
ilfib Comfort, Fvan M., wks F. L. unci Jl L. 
©a 5 3 \Ve ks r 1152 wKth. 

*«£$ Comfort, Oliwr F., photographer, r 1352 

7 go:* w.st!,. 

^»S r Conilev, Charles, w|;s Central =I>rick and 
g^>: Til Co., r l.'o-Jv 7th. ! 

£^ s? C inii'li, (Jus v k * Iowa Pipe and Tile Co. 

<$=* Commercial Exchange, L. }\. (Joiylo; 
F-«< pros; (J. F. .e-ihrk, secy; 502 and f>04 

\v LocuM. 

£3 Commercial Loin Association, J. >V. 

Cciiescr, j> h ; A. 1. Lee, secy; j>07 
w 5th. ' i 



Conwr, 

l-'iotiL 

Cojuror 
( olli(|o, 

Conner, 



o 

o 

o 



03 



jg Commercial Trust and Security Co., 

o_ L. A. V» 1 1 kinson, pecs; M. H. Bonbon, 

^!S <iTV; 51 tjw Locust. 

/<\ o 1 

w " Commercial St iv,', Fift 

.tad 



o 

:o 



H , co Commissioner* Addition- from Locust to 

"fl ... i 



1180$ e 
L 



I 



J on a 



CjiI 

Conger^ L, A. 

Ir 720 \\- 2 

Conner, 
1 



[tria 

Conner, 



S 



Mi ere set's 
lint A 



, v;ks 1. M.Fanve 1, r 4()( 
Aa 






I. Mrs, clerk VI S. Pern 
)03w21st. ■ ' l/.'U 
, agt Ilawkeye Ins (\|,j; 
pital iirve. , ■■ ' * P 

Mrs.,ieaclipr Irving school 
)tli. -\ . . 

>her I.tuhhri 



lvel Miss, stenogra 
uhli'shing Co., r 815 \v frl.j 

. c, student Capital City' 



jCorimerpial uollege. 

Cougro nation 



Conk 



C(i)iiWlinl Lui»< 



nut, Oom wot l,.t to '-3d street. 

unissioners Addition from 
Grand ave bet 4th and 8th. 



OCL.tr: Comparet, L. G.. hardware and furnaces 
» en 



Coiikliu 
l north of "\|V"al- i i nest- 

Cqnklin, 
Con 

('Hnklin 
Nor 



C3 



— j- »— — -— — T — - ■»- - T 

ami manufacturer of stool ranges, 314 
w Walnut, r 4<>7 \v Center. 



HllOCOOIl. 

Ill -^ Con, W61f, tailor, r rear 3F> e Locust. | 

hCbnunfV Charles, \vks ;Briek and Til< 
U'..:.i. . .. ~/u» ... 0...1 ' 



! I 



CO 



Works, r 700 \v 2nd. 



Ci 



qui 



« - 



pf " Children of Israeli L i 
ky rabbi, 017 (| 0th. ' : ■' ;j 

V. Mrs., dress mkr, roverJllV 
\\ alnut , , ' j- . . :4 

ivlin, Lugene. student Iliglilanil Park J 
^oiinjirCoIloiro, rooms,! 'olle^e HallJ 

Conklin ?iil|lie Mri.,jur(Winkr Mrs. S. J 
AL ( 1 onkl;n, r over 5(H) i*, Walnut. \ 

L\Iillie Miss, studeJit Iowa \)\m- '> 



I 



t'olUge. 

^ellie Miss 1 , milliiier >Irs. S. MJ 

vlimr ;Ui)e Walnut. 

■ • ' J 
in, student High hind Park 



^lin. 
makii 
Coinpton, Isnlel, rctitvd,r 1122 w Oth. Conilin, 

. ^ y Compston, Caroline ']{. Miss, printer, r 014 
C(s . >.^w Mulberry. 
ffi 'SE Comstock, (Jeorge :E., teamster, r.l()5e 



Xatl 

mill C 

KM 



!«••, 420 e Walnut r same. 

O T i ■ r 



Will? 

OVl 

('. 

■It. 

Cojil^y, E^wai 



Cojiley, .^allies 



jiut, 
CoiiKlini'-, 
Street 



Connwiiy, Jacob >Vi,, lub, : r 010! e Dcs 
Moines. , • ■ ! 



^ g Conuwnv, F. 0., lab. r l:!54-e FreirtoO't. 

h 

5 



I Conli 



olUir^S roomk College Hall. 
Mrs., millinerv and ilress- 



.i - 



aim H., grocpr 502 <e Wal-,; 
• 500 e Walnut. : |' 

i„ motorniim Dos Moinw" 
{. Co.; r 31ft' o Walnut-.. f ; 
d, lab, r lojfH w Mulberry) j 
( lab, r 118;r : \v 5th. ' . [ 



i Coua\vn\ l , Leander, nursery, r e Court nvi _ 

i Couaway. William A., lab, r 1005 e Ciaml | Coi 

' » HVCJi.* j ,. , I' ■ 

Condit,- Williain D., (W. D.Coiulit& Co.\ ' 
r 1000 w 10th. 

Condit, W. D. & Co., (W. D. Condit and 
-^ — -), subscription book publishers, 

■■ roon ,107 Iowa Loan and Trust Bldij 

<•» ' 

g Comlron, Mary Mrs., r 212 Hillside ave, 8 

La ^ De$ ]VI oines. 

■ g' Conger, Alice S. .Miss, stamp elk pea 
£L ^, Mobiles post ollice, room 720 \v 20tli. 

^f =J Conger, Charles M., collection agt 322 
J*.S w 4;th, r 1423 w Ctnuid ave. 

W mi 




remiah, teamster Proctor Coal 



Coiin,jl)aild M 
Co|LiiAMa':y* M. 
CoiniJrd, 



GfWIELD ONrJ FRICB GLOTttING STOR'Ef 



NIELSEN, HANSEN &ICp 



mail carriyr, r 012 e Frc 



•;., machinist Des. Moinc? ! 
L, r,15:7 jiv .Mulberry. .ji 
A. Miss;, dress mkr Mr?, jj 
1517 >v M'ulberry. 

lvsician and surgeon. rSl-l, 1 



Id 
roceries 8th r n e.cor Miuii- 1. 
18 i 8th, m Dos Moines. ' t 
., lab, rfjlles lit!;. .; 

ss,r01l|es 11th. ' j 

., J^uu'ene, carriage painteri ; Des ^ 
Moiiii.j Buggy, Coi bds 212 w 1st . ; ; l 
Coiknectiiut Mutual Life Insurance J| 
TO J., h liotl- 8. Millbr, district, supt of 
asieiic ,.»s, r >om p | ( )llice bldg. I i{-y 

r 'I' : - r ' -^; 



{,27 Eist Locust Street 




O'mnelUolin 
i*v Grand afe. 

Oiimollv,, |jj)rtii 



•oiiiH'lI.yi Eflw 

Connvll^ jlpirk% lab, 5 IS 
cJnellv, -rJjuu 'S (Ibrlc 



w Wi^ev 
(:niin<'lly,'kji#Miss, ni 
. /.room fcraiM Opera 1 !] 

C( lii'rjclly, f'a 



! . Street |K 

^mcr, A 1 . IV. 
round lh(>us 

Conifer, Henry 

ia 
r 



tier, 11 en i 
Muiii.pt' 



Conner, - Will 
Coal C|) M 
Sevast<j>p<|>l 

(tonners, Tho fiii 

rllJ) \f J of erson. 
Connett.;\Villia|ii, lab, r 
ConuioltT, M. IA 



WKS 



I 



el, lab, r 
loH. ' 

rd, lab,.: 



tn 
Id Co, 



DES MOINES MRlt 



J. Wells, r 
e Railroad 

;; J 

over 51G e 



[413 
ive, 
Lo- 



ci Scott. 
(jki mason, ( r 11-^4 



llhier M. Wtyite,, 
Jl Ibilse. 

)k, dondustor Des Moines 



St. P. & Is 

8th. '. 



wks CI. 
\ t !503 \ 

A., l^ib Prpctor Coal C 
(i r Prankljn aye,Sevafctb 

n A., foreman ■ l-lro^or. 

tve. 



JC. 

)., r 
)pl. 



u*aiu n e.cor Franklin 



a, ciirpeii 



er and !buil[lcf,'. 



lain & Co. 

'Coniioriy, . . S.,- 



Miss, teach 



L'.-H. 11, 

(.'oiinington, . 

Connolly, .).gi 
school, 

Connolly, p. 
'5thVt& 

Connolly,. J oh n, stereotyj 
inic Co., r 

Connolly, Jo 



34tl cor Clark. 
C.,St. P. & ri. 



fireman 
s 723 w JMuJberry 

i I ^ 

rooms over 221 \WWa 



nit. 

er Emerson 
12 J e \ValiMt. 

}., cllj; Ed! jUtttetoh, bdj* w 
ralul ave auil Chestnut. 

>cr Iowa Pijint- 
1118 w lutli. 



:iO 



)h, press 



r 1182 v 



1 



nan Chamber 
Wiley. 

mlgr Grjuid Opera House 
r (J rami 0| era House; bldg.' 

(onijolly, |W. A., (Nugent" & Conno 
room MsisoJ lie Temple. 

Connor, ; Eiigeu >, carriage painter 
'Moiiioi But irv Co., r 
Walnul H 



;C(iurt, 



UUblUhtd 



Jij.Gllbpsci 



Hian i, (Gatch, 
1110 wOth. 



n w cor 1st 

Connor ■j&.Wea- 

rcnfah,' wk&[ Clarl^ D. Lan 
424 e feaua ave. 

itractor md builder^ r 



Courier, W 

Connors, J 

lieid, biis o\ er 424 e '(frraijd jive. 
Conriid, Edlwin, 



Hen% Boys' and Children's Clothing 

FUR V/S///iv6 QOO08, HA% CAP& A VAU8E8. 

WEstrwA 



Cojaradi 



\ 



August, wks up liol^tering dept 



If.-'L.jHirbapli; r iplO w 



Cbjiradi, 

Luc\j Klurtz, r 004 w 

Cojaradi, Seorge, cabinet 



Des 
and 



1232 W 23d 

Conrad, Jo in, ] aintor Holland & Nlew. 
bilf2||(iw7;h. -j 

Conrati, j )hn : i 1 ., atty over 32S 
"|2i wfird. ' ill 



ConradJ Willi a^ ; F., 



rlOU el2thi 



e5 



fa 



bda 



Judgj District 



S7I. 



Cqi iroy, Martin, ljvb, r 151 $ \v .Mulberry. = 



I . E. 



i,P( 



ALNUT ST.. 

i i " 



COR. SIXTH. 



liV 



4th. 



i 



CI: ristiue Miss, i .ressmaker Miss 
id. 

nkr, r G04 w 2d. 

end & Wliitnvy. 

J \v Mulberrv. 

51.) w Mulberry. 

100 w 2d, r 1002 



Cbnroy, J., teamster, Kedl: 

Conroy, '.; auies, lab,ir 151 

, Conroy, James Jr., lab, r ; 

Conroy, J oljn, restaurant 
e Dee Moines, i 



■Cojiroy, II., 
ney. | 

Cohroy, J^argar'etLE. Mis^ 



teamster Redhead & Whit- 



White, r 1513 w 



Coiiroy, Michael, Avksi I) 
bdalG22 w Vine. 



Conroy, Ro|e N. Miss, milliner J. L. Ma 
■ ! son, i 1513 w Mulbpr -y 

Consolidated Tank L 
I l^ajtt mngr, wholesal 
Marteti ■ '.'i'' 

ConstabJ( , J. P., conduetr 
R. R,bds Monitor 11 

Constable , Minnie Mrs., ( 
|r 110? ej Lyon! . 

Constable, Robert, elk ^ 



[1107 it 
Confine h al 



Wat 



ut, 



Continent; 
'iLoo'mis 



V 



on. 

Block, k w' 



, dressmkr Mra. 
Mulberry. 



M, &(). R. R., 



ne Co., E. P. 

oils, e 5th and 

r'C'., R. I.&P. 

)U.se. 

Ik L. Trepanier, 



ounker Bros., r 
i or. w 0th and 



] Clothing 4ouse, Freeland, 
& Co., prof 



s, li. O." Hanjrer 




mngi , 000 w Walnut. 

Oontinental Loan & Trust Company, 
' M. J). Smith i)res, J. H. Woods treas, 
L, 1^1 Slnilford secy, Ji m w 5th. 

Conv«rs,e .'Qcjdrge E., dr} goods and no- 
J tions 510 w Walnut, r 907 w 0th ave. 

Conway, Daniel J„ brake man D. M. & N. 
I R. ii,ms t ()22 w7thl 

Conway, Euima Kiss, student Highland 
Park Nprmal pollugs, rooms Stilson 
Honiie.|!« . . 

(foi^way, Il^ttie Misa, student Highland 
Park Normal Colleg 3, ro^ma Stilson 
lioune. ' 

Coiiway, V., boIo cornet Iowa State Band, 
r 92,2 -w 1 Walnut. 

Conway, Patrick F., teamster Consolidat- 
] ! ed. Tmk Line Co., r ^17 e s 8tn. 

Conwell, Jolin, peddler, i,811 e Court ave. 

Cook, At vater, real estate and loan broker 
! ■■i 1 315v7th,r 1215 w 7th. 



W. A. 

Tel©p|hon« 104. 

n «9 WestI Soutm 3o St. 



CD 

SO 



V* 

a» 



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(3 

e 

Qi 



cJJFLJVIBS Lilirjc^, PLUMBER 

Dealer in Pipq and Fittings, Plumb"** 1 u*»mhanriicol f«a 



2rs f Merchandise] Etc. 



15S 



'DEIS JUOINES DIHEUTOm 




fleini 



LiE 



Llothlng House 



* 



ea 



03- 



CO 



' C/9 
• CD 

0=5- 



LARGEST IVIIOLrSALI! A' D RETAIL OLOTHIXC HOPE 

• I I IN IOWA. !' 

M:imif:iei;un;rs .JoMhts and Ki't:iilj*r> of 

Menjs. Boys' and Children's' 
£ FINE CUSTOM WORK. 



Mtuln (nun nitM-urr iu tin* hc<t no? 

GONTi^ENTAL CLOTHING HOUSE, 

Corner Sixth and Walnut Sts ! ' 

B. O. HANGER, Wlngr. 



Cook, Clara firs., r 1384 e Otli 
Cook, (; 



'harlt s A., carpenter and builder, 
w Franklin. 



Cook, Charles I«\, brick mkr, r 1905 e 
• Vine. 



%n 



55 

OS'S 

.fin 



fr- 
ee 



Ook ^ Ci}.), r 
w -22t i. 



a 



3 



o 



5 



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Cook, Edwaikl X., (E. X. ( 
Vdii) CiiJ »ita1 ave. 

Cook. Elizabeth Mrs., r 123" 

Cook, Emelhe Mrs., r 1111 w Locust 

Cook, JS. X. & Co., 1 10. X. Cook and — -j.j 
l.MJn agents over 311 e 5th. . . 

Cook, Eth,elvn , Miss, wks Des « Moines 
Sh(>e Manufacturing Co., r 13S-1 w 

■ mi. <; 

Cook, (■reorjre \\'„ wks Liverpool audi Des 
MltiiH'H 'lacking Co., r 1913 e Vine 

Cook, Ciles, engineer C, St. P. A: K. C. 
H.'H., bds2oi> w8th. 

Cook*, 1 Harry \V.. cook Saverv House, r 
1113 w Mulberry. ! 

Cook, Herman L., conductor C. R. 1. H. 
P.'R. Li, r DO'J w 7th. 

Cook, |lra,(lo\va Loan and Trust Co.). 1223 
w Pleasant, 

Cook, ^Johiij lab, r 15-17 e Des^loines. 



Cooms', A. 
'iRegistji 

Coon, A. J 



Des 



STEAM FITTER. 

Moines, la., Locust St 



n'oof reader Iowa Mato 
117 w !>thl ' ■ ' ' . 



r, r 
contractor and builder,' r w 



\y 1020| 

Cook bar 

[ ' 
Coon, I) 

Coon, }\. 1 

, 1802 \v 

Coon, 



Coo 



II. 

Cajpit 

0. 



Cooli. 



nth. 

Co<n, 
w 

Coon, 



lay, 



Coon, 
Coon 



Stev 
Va 



Coijimiv, J 

Coon<!y, J 
CO, 



112th cor Cottage. 
Coon, Charles A., contractor and builder, 



,'W 



Mrs., hair wt>rk, 312 w 7th, r i! 



lth. 



-.', 



iPa 
tint 



J. I pi,; tin: 



\v N >rth. 

win, ]• 1513: w 5th. , 

;s S. Green «fc Hon. ' ' 



x pressman, r 1209 e 12th 
k. 



er A. L. West, r 15r3 w! j 

: 
ier A. L. \Vest, r 15U w! ' 



LloHl B 

ntii 



elk 



Orvis II.. 



en 1 



fey 

pfes and i|i 

. 7th n A cor 
Coonev, J&imes 



Harlan Bros., r 1 



real .estate, r ld'15 w fltli. \ 



■)I3 ( 



, druggist, r 1513 w 5tl|. i ■ • 

Coal! Co., J.D. Stockton,j 
ngr,j II. S. Butler secy. \\ '*'< 
Mulberry. 

lab, r712e s8th. . ; f 

erryjT., lal), r 712 e s Sth.' 



Coonev, .1 

CooneA'. 
Print 



ohn, labj i 

"iVilliiuii. 1 

lug ( o., V ( 

John, lab, 



Cook, MoseiMi, bra^eman' K.( C*. ^ 
jHjK., i[1237\v 22d. , j 

Cook, [Mapy Mrs., r 1235 e Fremont, 



Cook, 
Cook, 



k 1 Cook,,S. J., 
Cook, 



X: D. M. 



Minnie Miss, wks 1351 e*.Wainut. 
K. B.JpoJiceman, r 1415 e Filrnore. 



k'allov 30, Des 31oine>. 



Willhurr'N., luick mkr, r 110 c| 18th. 

Coolev, Sarklr3lrs., r 1213 e 7th. 

,Cooiht|'s, Rov ().. student Des M<dm s Col 
leke, b& ; 1002 w 12th. ' 



XII wl L-^uit at. I All Carmonts f^ro Vfiaae and Trimftie^l 



store 

Coons', A. 
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Coop, 



ohn, 



eanister Des Moines Coal;! 



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Cooper, Alvin 



C. E 

liam 



7l2es8th. ^ 

"., l)ookbinder Iowa .;[" 

li)e I lth. .i| 

r 505 e s Villi.. • 



('ooniche, 

Coons, Anna Miss, saleswoman east side J ; 



Hissj>r& Iko., r 101 e Utli. 
printer Iowa Stat<- Reuisti-r 



, miner Eureka Coaj .('<>. 
3d. 



Cooper, 
Xbr 



W., wks Liverpool and Des , , 
Moin.es Pj(cking CO., r 1(548 e Capi'al \ 
aw 

, student Iowa Business •: 



Coo^r,! Astav 

(.joUege. ,, 

Cooper, Carv (.,'., salesman J. O. See.berjrj: : 

eK r 1'OoS W 7tfi|. 
Cooper, Clarence, i^ludont Highland Pack • 

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Dallas, student Highland Park 
nil College. ,; 

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•sthe- iliss, dres>mkr' Allen ^ 



I-||irU*r.lr 

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1120 w Mulberry. 




<«KTON, PreH> THCJS. HEpv,, Mjfr 
, pi'ivy., and Trea 




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Loin 'find Trust Bldg, r KMfy.yrGtli 



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more J.J elk F, .M. Hubbe 



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Cooper,, Fh nk B., 

: ; Moines, ollice 
. lotji c( r Centei 

Cooper; Geo ge, pai iter aud paperkanger. 
rl?20kvLaure ' 



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Cooper) lit tie Mhij ptudent F 



Pa{k ti 
Coaper, J. Jl 
Cooper, Join, \ 



rooms: 1 J.ar.d 
1 1(502 w 2 )th. 

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r3|3el»tli. 

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suptj schools \yest Df^ . 
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, r G9& w 18th. " ' 




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"nion Telegraph 

al ave. | | 



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I Kornial College. 



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Cooper, Mattie (j\ Mi: 



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Cooper, M. E. iMissj 
I nion Telqgrapl 
Capital ave.|| . 

Coop< r, Minola Miss, 



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Coop_My M. J., 
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Coojjxfr, Samuel 
pital ave. 

.'oondr, Sarah J. 

Oooifer Schpol 
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Masonic. Temple, 

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L 'I i ' , 

Posner, r 1020 w 



Oes Moir&s Express and Traisfar Co. 

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,1343 e 9th. 

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Fred A. 
3()o w 4th. 



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Cope, lloiher l\» (II. ID. ('ope & Co.), 1 r 

720 w 3d. ■ I ■ : : 

Cope.'H. |D. & Co., jll. I). Cope 'aid 
Hunt), 'grain and provisions, 
'50-1: n ni 50.) Iowa Loan and 



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rooms 
Trust Co. BUI 



Cope, Samhel J., (jCope & Robinson), r (Jll 
• w 10tl>. : [ | 

Oope &iEobinson, (Samuel J. .Cope and 
Lucius,. F. Robinson), real estate 308 
w 5i;h.; u . , 

Copley, A.j I}., wks C, R. I. & P. K. H., r 
312 o pth. j 

Copperstone, Saralh Mrs., r 1210 w 13th. 

Copperstoijic, TholnasiA., (Copperstone & 
Co.,:r J210 wjl3th. 

Copperstone & C<j., (T. A. Copperstone & 

-), china, Iglass and queensware, 

703 w Walnut. 



Stoves, Ranges, Furnaces, I 
VAPOR STOVES, REFRIGERATORS, 



Core )ran, AVilliam, engineer C. St. P. & 
X. C. ll. K., bds nr.C, St. P. & K. C. 
round House. 

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Corcoran, AVi liam,! printer apprentice,: r 

623 e 1st 

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I, Clarencp V., barber I. Bcauehamp, 

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Cord 



Coppoc, E, K., Hoar and feed 003 w Grand 
ave, r 13-11 w l\Yoodland ave. ! 

. Coppock, li., lab, y 1500 e Buchanan. • 

groceries 107 w Cherrv 



j Coppula, Samuel, 



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groceries 107 w Cherry 
;<m agt State Ins. Co., i 



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Corbet, I sitae N., ge 
714wlNorth. 

Corbet,. Nellie AI Us, student Iowa Busi 
ness College. : 

Corbin, I'jdwin C., elevator attendant 
Clappjblk, r 104 w 7th. 

s., boarding house 104 



Corbin, .Carrie M 
w 7th 



Cord 
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Coftnry, {Jenrge, 
No. 1. r! 40 
Moines. 



Cord, John AY., wks -Carman & Schmitt 
- MigCp., :833fw lltli. 

, Wiijiad.IL, butcher , Balzer & 
tyan, r 408 e st 7th. 



., mason, r n e cor ln- 
larti'ord aves,t s Vqb-\ 



Conhiry, (Jlara-L. Miss, r Curve cor Clay, 
1 i'LJes :M (lines; 



Corqary, Jbhtyl A., teamster Redhead- & 

hlndianola and 



AVI|ltne: 



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Coril.iry, .^6s( 
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ph, brick ma^ori, r 720 Mon- 

3 .Moines. 

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Cordary, Roso Mis _ 

Ilillsuje ave,;s Des Moines. 

Cody, Frank, student Highland Park 
Normal College. ' 

Cor son, C. C. Mrs., r 1345 w 7tli. 

Corison, Francis M 



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- Corbin, Ida AI. Miss, r 104 w 7 th. 



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! Corbin, (). .LJ Rev., pastor Protestant 
Meth(|d]st ? r 827 e State. 

Corbin, AVj. AI., wks Des Moines Union R. 
R., r 104 w 7th. 

Corbit, E.jP., grain dealer, r 1023 w 8th. 

Corbitt,l>ljaggiejMiss, r-1442 w 0th.. [ 

Corcoran, 
Co.,' r 

Corcoran, John Mrs., r 023 e lst< 



C. T., cigar mkr M. Stern «fc 
1128 w 7th. 



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Corcoran, 
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Corcoran, 

Corcoran, 
337 w 



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Park., 



Cork, Fred \r.- brick mkr, r e 



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Grant 



Park. 



Corpelia, Mary Si. c 
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(for^ieliusj La|rry, fji 
same. 



Qfoilneruis, J., 
J w Oth. 



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Martin, princer, r 023 e 1st. 



Owen, restaurant 122 w 3d, r 
s oth ave. 



Coanell, Con 



Cornell, Wi 
Ilomestv 
ParljL. | 



Washington Life Insurance Co., M. T. V, 

•FFIO« OVER IOWA NATIONAL ■ANK. OOR. 4th A 1 " 1 



fireman engine house 
Hillside ave, s Des 



s Des Moines. 



House, r 1345 w 7th. 



., salesi lan C bntinental 



AValnpt, Grant 



Court avej . 



k, Joseph, tqalnsterj r |e \|\ T alnuC 
Grant! Pi{rk. 

ter,' teacher St. Joseph l - 
,"Gre|enwood Park. 

elpqr A born House, r 



waiter Aborn House, r .5,07 

■ '■ 1^ .;' 

AMes, weaver Capital City 



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}VooI(f:i Mills bds 410 w Oth ave 



E.,' stenographer The 
5th m Franz ave, Lake 



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Corr, Arthur B., salesman 
.11251 w iOtili. 



from Ovid ave to north limits ,o|f 
Highland Park. 
, Conw r^Georg 3 W., ((George W. (Dornejr <fc 

Corner &'Co, George W.^ (George V. 
Corner, Cljiarfesj Yf. $ikert and yf. J\. 
j Cooper,) steam ^un d ry, 5J5 e 6th. 

jponing Ave.,'tenth.jnt>n;tL;pf pes Moinejs 
j river fron Lake aye id Ijfamilt 

"i lake Parij. \ \ ■" j '.) -\./ . 
Corning, Burton H.j Mqtsland shoes, 82{t 

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Corriflon,' JJonora Mrsi, 
Corrougli,' Agnes Miss, 6tjudent Higjhlanfl' 
J J arl4 Normal College/ " " ' 

Corsbie, ' John W., ' teamster 
Jewett, r 184Q w. 2Qw. 



L. Harbach, r 
^11 e s 6th. 




Corsbie, Simoh W.,; carpente 

CorsWe, Thomas cfstMent brake Uri 

yeraity,i|i84p^20tli. 
Corsjne, William Ii'., stjident Iowa Bus 

ness. College, r JJL840 V 20th. 

Cornier, G.. E.y, atjideiii;' Capital Citb 

Commercial College. 
Corton, (j. *yr student Iowa Business 

College, '• i| .'■!"'. 

Con», Joseph, r 510^ "a iket. 

Corjreil,L. Q., janitor i?lapp'Blk, roorts 
J27 and 29 Clapp Bllcl . 

Cork Charley D., jtr-uckman C. R. I. [& 
R. H., freight de piifc, r 517 e Penb- 
uiniaave.; 1 , ;. { , " y 

Cosiriff, Hannah Miss! cressnikr, r 10|71 



Cpsgrif , John, retired, i 1071 w 7th. 

Cosgro|re, John C.l student Iowa Business 
College, rooms 816 n 10th. " ! 

Cpskerp ; J. .Miss, r 1307 w Center. ; 

Cpskerv; J,]S., lawyer^ r 1307 w Centei. 

C^skerp , Mf A. Mrs.} r 1 J07 w Center, i • , | 

Cosken , j Robert, (Nayl or & Cpskery), ip 
, 130 fw Center, j - !| , 

Coskerl, T. A., phyalcia i, r 1307 w Gen- 1 

'ter. :.'■' \ \ 

Costelk , Hannah Mrs>, : 816 w Cherry. 

Costello, John, brick layer, r 81*6 w 
• . -Ch(rry , • ! ' | 

Costello , Kate Miss, wks 532 w 4th. 

Cstelio, Miggie ^IiS3, vksi M:3. C. C. 
Crj)utyj w Grand aW. ( ' 

Cpstellp ! Mary Miss, wks Mrs. Q. C 
j Pr6 ltyj w Graha av( . 

Costello,. Pfeter, lab, 312 sv l/5th. j , 

Co8tenc, William, retire^ bds 118 w 2d. 

Q^stellc, William, stude itjHighland|Park 
; NJ3imal College roc ir^s j College Hall. 

Coetigai i, Patrick,' wkb 'jiv^rpool & Des 
I Moi ned Packing O)., r Court ave, 
^i Gra fit Park.' " 

Cottage' Street, fifth iiortli 6f Center from 
w:esil^thto 13th. 'i S 

Cottage Grove, from Cottage Grove ave 
! WlTbrh, bet 21st aitd 23d. 

Cottage Grove Ave, from west 19th north- 
' [ wes ; to 28th. J 

. Cott ag< i ome Building Association, 
; ! R. A.. |iollinson pn38, J. l^ellangee 
' sec}, over 505 w Walnut. 

Opttag< Hospital, ill' w 4th. 

Cotte!r, Charles P!„ c)ga -maker Gabrio & 
Spii z, 't 815 w Park. ' 

Cqtter, 12d\^ard P., ;orenan Des Moines 
pei ier, r 815 .w Parjc. 

Cptter, ;i)llen Mrs., r 1 815 w Park. 

Cotter, I'rajik, cigarniakir Gabrio & Spitz, ;» 

'815 wPark. M i 

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Cptter, Lizzie Miss, sti^de nt Capital City 

Cprpmlercial College, r 9^,2 w| Cherry. 

I{88, wks 923 w Pleasant. 

Cotton*, pd'gar, weaver Des Moines Cotton 
Mjil 8, |e Logan, Gra nt Park. 

Cottjori, Jo in, miner Pre ctor Coal Co., r 
Clifton ave nr Proctor Coal mines, s 
iDjes >j oines. I 

o|i Mill Additioiji- -Adjoining State 
Fai' Crrounds on the' south wjest. ' 



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Bedhead's Addition. 

Cotijrell, Albert P., (A. P. Cottrell & 
Co.) r 1232 w;24th r M 

Cotirell, A. P. & Co., (A. P. Cottrell and 
Lord & Cutler) real estate, 208 w 4th. 

Cou<|h, Henry, miner Proctor Coal Co., 
r Cifton Heights. j 

Cottrell, jjohn Mi, trimmer Sliavpr Car-. 

\ riage C, 752 e Walnut. I 

.Cottrell, H. B., (Haning & Cottrell) r 824 
w 3rd.. j 

Couch, Jojhn, blacksmith finisher, Iowa 

: Buggy Co., bds 420 o Grand aye. 

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Coughlin, 



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Co., r931 w4th. 

Daniel, U P. roadmaster, r 1405 



Coughlin, 
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L: G.,j' Delaware 



29, e Des 



Cou^hl/uij Magguj Miss, elk G. E. Con- 
verse, r 1405 \v Locust. j 



Locust. 
Co., r 1405 



jCoughlin. .Mary iNfrs., r 1405 w 

CoifghliJ, W. IL, elk State Ins 

|\v Locust. ^ 
'Coughlon, Wesley, motormau pes Moines 

fstreej H. . ('.!)<)., r 1435 e Capital ave. 
Coulter, ^\. J., engineer K. div C. H. I. & 

P. H.f H., bds JMorgau House. j 

Coillton, Robert J I, student Highland. Paijk 
; Normal College. I 

Counley, JDaniel, }ab, i e Railroad ave bet 

9th and 10th. , j .: 

Courson,JE. xV. .Mrs., grocery, r 300 s 4th. 

Coilrson, jGeorgc Jj., teamster, r w s 11th 
cor Market, j 

Court ayenue- -lpirst south 
from; Des Moines river t 
and from Des Moiujes ri\ 
city limits. . 

irtad, George, line man C. St. P. & K. 
C. Kj K., rooms 607 w Mulberry. 

Courter, Jessie 3pss, studenj; Highlanc 
i Park Normal College. j ! 

Courts SvilliaiJ A., lab, r .976 w 2J2h(l. 
Courtin, Gertie Miss, wks 1027 w High. 

Courthmd Boulevard— From Hillside ave 

I southwest to Kirkwodd, Clifton 

Heights. j i ' | 

Courtlanft Street [-Second south of -Vine 
1 from east 18th to 19th. j 

Courtney, James; L., teanistcjr, r 711 v r 
I Chestnut. 



of Walnut 
) west 5th 
er to east 

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Telephone 394, 



Courtney, Jeremiah, wks Des Moine 
Brick "Works, r s Greenwood Park, i 

Courtriglit, George, teamster, r Railroai 
avefbet $ th and 9th. j ■ H 

Coventry, James, miller, r 715 e Wa|nut| 

Coventry Jo] in S., (Stundisji & Coventry^ 
r 715 e Walnut. \ 

Cover, Byre n, wks Capital City Feed 
l|Mill,jrll6elGth. 

Cover, Byron E., elk George B. SheetzJ 

116el6;h. , 

Cov^rstine, LaFayette, painter, bds 214 

bth. j- • ■ 

Cowpn, F.|.L., (LaFollette & Cowan) |. 
pver 63£ e Gjand av(^. ■ r 

Co\van,. Jennie I Miss, n|urse, bds 1353 1 
{ 'Capital ive. 

Cowan, H. W.,secy In(jtu^trial Investmrf 
Co., 402 and 403pw Locust^ r 515;tf 
Center. 



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Cowean, Le ,vis, plumber John E, Allen. 

■ towellWilliam, teamster Eureka Coil. 
Co., r Indianola ave nr Adimis, s M 
Moines. 

Cowen, James E., wks Des Moines , Plan- 
ing Mil , r 1229^ 14th. '«;-■:'■ 
Cowgill, C. .?., wks C. II. Munn, r 5Q4 w 

9th. , ■■ i 

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Cowgill, D. O. Miss, stenographer' Iowa 
State Agricultural SocietyJ r 846% 
, Ctnave. ; . "■ ; 

Cowgill, Edna Miss^ bkpr, Charles L 
Kahler & Co., r 217 w Chdstmit. | 

Cowgijll, Jo in F., wks National Lban and- 
Bhildin g Association, r 217 w Chesriut 

Cowles, Arthur W., traveling salesman 
ICurlbnt Ward & Co. r 940 w 5th. | ■ 

Cowles, C. S. special ,agt RoyaL Union 
Mutual Ins. Co., r 1020 w 10th. 

Cowles, E. Cj fireman; job room Iow^ 

, Slate Hegister. j ' 

Cobles, Jaiiiesj II., lab, r 701 e s 5th. ' 

Cowles, LeonaJ Miss, wke 320 w Otli. 

CoNyn e, A" nes A. Miss, 

840 wl 8th. | ; ' 

Cown ie, Jo m, farmer andi dealer in live 

| sjock| i &40 1 18th. / .■*';.'■ 

Cbwiiie, J)bn H^, (ijleriiiann & Cowniej 
I 312 wOourt jive, 'rS^O-w 18th: ! 

Cox, Arthur, with Iowa ^tate Band, r 9tf \ 

•j ej.Cour; ave. , \ ' \ 

Cox; AugultaMiss, student Capital City. 

qommbrcial College, r 911 e 

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Co.v, Benjamin E., 

save. 
Cot Charles, news a 

• 'bds Hotel Gplds|qn<L 

Cox, Cora ijliss,, wkE"" JJ8J: 

C >x, Eflie 'MissJ wrks ''IW 

Cox, ' Elmer, plumber,' 
Moines^-. |j' 

Cox, Eimei' E„ nerckant, tailori and 
•rents furnishing goock 215) w 5th, r 
room 6 Meek r s Mlf. u I 

Cox, E. M., student Capital City Com- 
mercial College,; r 826 w 4th. • • 

C»i, Frank,' roadrjiaster u, R I. & P. R. 
| .H:, r 1115 w Gralid kve. ! 

Cox. George W.', teimsier, ! r south end'. 

. >9th. ;' ' '• ■ j . ;,, . '■■['.. 
jCox,lIreiie Miss, teacher,. r 911 e Walker. 

Coxiijacob-IL, blacksmith, 213 e. Walnut, 
' r 919 e Court avo. ■* ' ' j .* 

Cox, James E., (J. E, Cox ^ Co.), r| 1613 
w Locust. ^ -. 

3ox, J. E. & Co., (J. E. Cox &i— — , 
druiidsts, 9.01 w: Walnut. i I 

Cox, J. II., secy Boarl oi mine Inspectors, 
r 9Me Walker. J i r '. 

ICox, Joseph, lab, bdi! J21 b 1st. 
|Cox, Lewis, lab, r 21 P e 2iijl 
.'ox, Lizzie Mjss, dressier, r420|w 5th. 
ox, larirarct . Miss, agt 

\\$. Co. olf New Yo|li, ^1210 
ox, Mattie L. M ss, teacher 
School, r 1036 w Dth. 1 

'ox, Milton. S.,-- silef man 'Stanton & 
' Schwartz-, r to: w 5 ;h/ j' 

ox, Minnie, student Iowa Business Cql 

Mege. - '•■ yi. ' (;.■ 

-ox (Olin, elk pukbut, Ward & Co., r 
I if 17 e Walker. Tl .-, ; . 

'ox, Raehael Mrk, r 008 e Coiirt Jvey. ) 
'ox, Rebecca, Mrs., ri2j) w {jtli. - 

'ox. Robert, stonecutter, bds 500 w- Gratia" 

ox,, fhomas, stone 'cuttjer, bds 505 . w 
■ Urand ave. !' 

'<*, Vfilliain P., stWeitj Capital Cit^ 
Commercial jCollefci, r 220 w 9th. 

X William .W. f irnJef ,'"' r ' w 31st c 

'jjrestave. ' " i- 

: °JV fe, jeweler, Ita-y 1 P. Holmes,. 
™4m 5 Robertson' BlkJ \ \ I 
poyle Ann Mrs,, r 310' Monroe s Des 
. Mines ■■'. IT'' ' j. 



Equitable Life 
J ~" w : 8th. 

Cooper 



cor 




Crii 

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6yle,'Fugh A., bkpr K ng & Kennedy, 
|, r 11 11 .w Center. i . 

CoVle, J imes, teamster lureka Coal Co., 
r r70fes,8th. 

Cdvle,.^ . Mrs., r lll'l eiCenter. 

Coyle,,ireal, fruit and cr nfectionery, 420 ' 
i e Walnut, r ,212 e 4tb ' 

Coyne, Mark,, lab, r 117 ^ Chestnut. 
Coynei John Wl lab, r 11" w Chestnut. 
Coyne] t . W;, wks St. Jos ?ph's Aeadem^, 

! r Gre iriwood Park, j. 
Cozier, .1. F. W. Rev.,patior Grace M. E. 

Church, r w ,19th pet School and 

North. 

Crabtre<, Leonard iB., (jash boy G. E. 
Con perse, r 152Q w "Wal:aut. 

Crabtrec , Mary E|. Mrs., qrefssmkr. r 1520 
vw"Vfalnut. 

Crabtret , Williari M., ofjice elk Wallace 

& 1 plntire r 1520 'w W^hiut. 
Crafts, 3eorge, <|-lk Ledger, Strauss <fc 
,ICo,, rll67w 

Cragan, Michael 

!' Mbi les. 
Crsiga|i, Alice Mfss, dress)ul|r, r nj- C, St. 

louse. 
CrjigaL M., boarding hoi sg, nr; (f. St. P. 
h &K C.R.R. roundhouse. 

— , wks, 'Iowa Pi] ie 
j, A. Cj carpenter, r 1145 w 10th. 
CiaiL, ]Cdward, fireman Iowa Iron & 

u-a* 8 Works, re Court a ve cor 12th. |? H 5'^i 
(aig, Frank J., (Iowa Fruit & Produce r ^ H 



8th. 

L Bloonifie'ld 1G Des 



-Co.,1 r 913 a 10th. 
:aig, P.jW., ass'f secy 



, , , w I<j>wa National 
|Bui ding &,Lt)an Atsodation, r 1129 
W Dth. ^ r 

raig, C ertrude ^rs., r 5^5 |w 7th. 

jaig, Lizzie Mips r 1263 w Dth. 

jaig, a argleret ( ;Mrs., r 3 32 e 12th. 

|aig,,V. G.Mri.,-T wks '1227 w Eighth, 
drain, A. D., {traveling •a'lctman, r 946 

■ w 8;h. • . i - • ' i : f ' 

C'jr^ain, ( harles R., brick layer, r 815 w 9th 

|Crain, I liza J. Mrs., r 81 5 ^ pth. 

draine, Lewis iE,, dentist, r (8G7 w ParkL 

Cjtam, Eenjamih, teamster, 
| Des Moines. 1 

Ci-am, David W., tedmste t , 
a Dt 8 Moines 1 . 



Ok Moines E) press and TrDMer - ; Magsai 

I OPFjLOB 8ll| BA$T FI^Tik STREET. 

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1320 2nd, s 
3()2 Jefferson, 



, HEUACt . 

TELEPHONE, 871. 




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J.F. N. DRAKE 



WORK GUARANTEED 

223 East Fifth St. 



164 



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DES MOINES DIRECTOKY 



Cram, Frank, teamster Proctor; Coal Co.,| 

r. 133J8 2d", s Des MJoines. j 
Cram, Gporge W., teamster, r 30^ Jeffer 1 ; 
i son, s Des Moines.j |! J 

^ &" Cram, J (jlm K, painter W. P. Hearty,' rj 



*H« 






is 



929 w 12th. 
bram^ Martin, 




prin Cooper school, 



teamster, r 302 Jefferson,; 
6 Des Moines. i 

Cram, William, teamster, r 1310 s Des; 
jg go il- Moines. I ' 

l2 s§» Cramer, Isaac,! photographer, r 510 e 1st. 
to ^, Cramer, R. Mrs., dressinkr Mrs. ii. Wal-' 
^ *«* ! lace, r over 440 c Grano^ ave. i 
^ ^ jCramer, (Ward! H., cash D. V; div | C. R. I. 

| & Pj R. r 1431 w Graud ave. I . 

iCramptob, J. W., retired, r 324 w b'tli. 

<;Cramble 1 t,. Florence Miss, wks Mrs. M.W. 
| M linger, w Grand! ave. i j 

iCrandale, George A., mgr Des j Moines 
] branch It. M. Hosick & Cp.j 1016 wj 

Mulberry.: 
i * '• 
Crandall, Helen Miss, 

roonjv 812 \V Gth ave. j 

CrandallL Johii IT., salesman II. C. Harris 

& Co., bdsj 814 w Oth ave. [ 
Crandall, W. II. II.,! physician* r 733 

- w 2J)th. . j | ■ j '' 

Cranjlelj, Eliza Mrs., i 1259 w 11th. 
Crandel^ John A M clkj H. C. Harris & Co., 

r 814 6th sjive. | 
Crane, felizabeth, Bioomfield, 23 Des 

| ■ I ! 

Moiues. , i j \ 

Crane, GJ. W., Blcjomtield 23 Des Moines 1 . 

Crans, C. L.[ student Highland Park 
-Normal CJollege. I i 

Crapseyi E.,^. Mrs., I stamping and pat- 
terns, r 3^4 w Gth | ave. 
, Crapsey , J. William, jbkpr C. E, 
r314 w 6l:h ave. | 

_i Hafry, brickmak^rj bds 612 
w Chestnut, 

Crawford, A.!j. Mrs.,' boarding 
807 |w 3rd. 



Gravel Roofer 



ORE 



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QQ 



Cratesenberg, 



McCray, 



house, r 



ock dealer, r 732 



Crawford, George, b 
' w! lJBtb. I 

Crawforfl, J., engineek* Waschkosjky Feed 

422 eioc list 



Mill, bds 



I l. 




Crawford, Jennings IL elk W. 



Top 



niugs R, elk W. '. 

& McFar 



Cless. 



Crawley, Frank, 
Crawshawj J. R., 



1438 e 



Creden, Bridget 



Crawford, J. L. * 40 w 3rd. 

Qrjawford, John L., packer The .Robert 

JDempster Co. 
Crhwford, S, J. Mrs., wks Des Moinps 

Shoe Manuf ictur,ing fco. 
Ci awfprd , W. ] '., druggist Savery housi 

r 71G w 10th ' 

Crawley, lettie Sliss, wks 1532 1 e Qrand 

avenue. 



lab, bds 



102 w 1st. 



Gran<l ave. 



contractor and builder, r 



Miss, wks David Evans, 



• 405 w Walniut. 

Creden, C. lab, ]■ 507, e a|9th. 

Creden, John, la ), r SO'fl e s 9tfv.; ': 

Cree,' Harrly, carpenter,' r 1626 ' V Gth ave. 

Creg, J. JX, wes Iowa Pipe | and Tile 

! Works, 1712 e Maple. I 

Crellin, Edward W.,8upt and,' ivil engi- 
neer Capitol grounds, r 73( e Locusti 

Cremona Hall, music room. Miss Julia 
Plumb, over 4,17 w Walnut! 

Crenshaw, Clare; ice Y.,printer,r|! )52 w 13th.. 

Crenshaw, Hamilton R., printer, 952 

I ' wi3tij.' ■ 

Crenshav, Susie Missj press-feeder, 
! Chinkberlai i & Co r 952 w 13thj 
Cresse}!, Emma L. Miss!, teacher Crocker 

schopl, r 10^ 5 w Gth ave. 
Cressey, ; J osepl ine L. I Miss, r 1045 w 

Gth| ave. i ; 

Cressleb Henry C, standard bred horses, 

r 310 w School. 
Cressler,- Ira L., elk Continental Clothing 

HqW.r 31 ) w School. 

Creswelll Frank A., traveling salesman, r 
1376 hv 26th. ' ' | 

CresweJli, ^enr}, janitor El mwood school, 
:rlB|6w26h 

Creswe^, [Minn e Miss, rl376 w 20th. 

Creswell, W. A., elk Security Loan i 

Tr^t.Co., r 1431 w Grand ave. 
Crew, Ellii Miss, wks Domestic launder 
, 8tlioi)rParl:. 

Crew, EiR.,.but3her, r 75)1 w 9th. 
Crew,0 llib Mis j, elk tang Bros, r 7^4 

0th,. j I 

Crew, Rj F. 3 



Jin 



r754w 



iinrl Reai Estate f Excha 

UNU 220 WEST 5th ST. CI 

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9th. 




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Kincs 




II Go. 



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118 



Chain 



FIXTURES 



811 WE^T ip^LNUqf. 

irjut. 



Crefwsj William, lab, r 
Criekencrook, Thohids. 



round house !Ci St, 



biisnr,C.:St.'i\ ? &k.Cl 



, lEfTC. 



02 <» Wah 



P. 



JOSEPH MO. M«rjuf^ctuh«r« of 
Branch HouieL ' tliffh 

w.2dSt. De^Moliies nlgn 



G 'ad e Flour 



DIRECTORY. 



CRi 



y 165 



engine wiper* 
Mi. C. R. 



. round 1 house. 

Crider, Alfred, . studenjt Ijo^va Business: 

College. 
Crilev A.X., student t)rakd University, 

rooms 2320 wpjdrth: 

CrilhuAni a Mrs., wka':.81' 

Crippijn, C'tra , M ss, hair 
P<jpe, r 114,e,J! Ipth. 

Cripnin, Ielen Miss,, a -tig 

. i. Moines. ' ' • 

Crippen, James, lab, r 1 14 e| si 5tb; 

Crippen, John S., londu-tor C. R. I. & )p. 
• .K. II., rj|il4 ^ s 5th. ]l , v [ 

Crippen; flhilo, Irakeiaan 

K. K., ij 114 e b 5tb. 
Crist, 8. pj,.' teamster U 

2nd 
rittenden, F dVitfer Mhpl£ Grove Coki> 

and Minis Cc, 1 ' " T " ^ f 



Crone, I&cneWw., agt Durjon Pump 
1 Co., r 101^ w Scott. ,. , , 

Jrookft, Do ;a Miss, priri Em jjsjon school, 
r lil6 < Lyon. 

Orookfi Eh a' Miss, stenographer div supt 
C R.I.&P. R. R.,rlll(5ejLyon. 

Crooks, Ida Miss, teacher Eii Jersbn school, 
r 1116 e Lyon. 

Droo^e, John, ch^ck clk^r 1 

Crooks, M. L, tinner, r 1116 

Crook, Peail Miss, student i^wa Business 
I College.) 

Crosby, A. (>., special policeman, r 1447 e $ 
! Buchanan. |; ^ 

Crosby Jc;6 j, Mrs., r 723 wjStli. q </) 

(prosbyj D.J(j., assi U. S. (Signal Service -2- 



3 e 18th J 
R Lyon, i 






Crosby, 1 Joh i C.^printer Tf. C. Kenyon, r 



|Crqcker. Gforge, lnb, 
Crocker Sfl tool, J. \y. 



vf; ,2nd, 
principal^ w 



th 



i 11016! 

. , ., . , Kin 
: s fhoo bet Gth add Vthi 

rocket Street— lirst nortjh of ! dente^r 
froni.west 1st Co lj'tli. 

ty*<*K Ephraini lat,-*Q2|l 
f^y.'John, lab, r 211 w s7 
•^H.(|lareiK'e, wksWf ]J. Vekdr & bo. 
^%W.II.,re:ired, rl(ll'rwOtiiJ | 
"•nn-r. .Frederick, messenger tjJ 8. Ei- 

i ,r ^('.,rio53w9t£ 

K, ^i'L I: ^T d s, -1 lk ' ,?aii ! it t 1 In * Coi 

^n^ti,,K, n ily F.^Irs., 4 12(341 w ^lst. 



e ftrand ave. 
qrepseij. Mrs. 

* 431 e Des 



:. R. I. & p. 

T 

Mott fi r 20$ 



701 

Crosby, 
' 8th! 



Cfrosbv, Wi 
Crosby) 



observe r, r 6 Oriel blip 



w P ark. 

Joseph, job pointer, 



<!r6sby,Sibl<>y H., elk B. T, 
1182 w 10th. 



i - 




bds 204 w 
. Jaquith, r 






& Q. R. R., 

'Highland 






liapi B., (Phillies, Day & 
jr 816 w High. 

Cjrosier, A. *V7. r engineer C. B 
riipOe Maple, 
rosier Me] ton E.;, studen 
Parli Nc rmal (follege. 
Grosier, M. W. Mrs., r^09 e toaile. 
dross|j|)hn I., treas Capital < :ity Woolen 
^ills, r (^lay'cor Ci^rve, s Des Moines- C 
co^s, A.. D. ! elk Polk- County j Abstract ft 
Co., bds Windsor House. o 

fobs, B enja jiin, miner jGibsc n Coal Co., ? 
r Hartfo j d ave nr coal mi ae| Sevasto- £ 

^ , P01 '"'-' I ! - ; - h 'f "i *1 

prok,iI^nja £in, coal miner, r 5J10 Clay, }• 

| ' s Bes Moines. j , " u 

Crofs, Benjainin, miner Cooii V^Uep Coal C % 

|! . jiCo., ^ Hiirrison',^ Des Mo nes. jj* 

CroJi, -C. C, architect ovei->3J 9 y North, S* 

!' rl236w?3d. ; T | gj 

>088, C/^., wks county, recojxlelrs office, " ' j 



oE? 




bds'lYindjBor 



fross, D. 
f 14th. 

rdss, E. 
Co., r 



i. f traveling salesman,! r 520 w • 3" 



wks countv. recoi xlelrs office, 
Bor House., J '• 



f 



f 



lill pi-es Polk Com ty Abstract 
10i5w7th. | 

toss, Filink, wks Iowi Pijle and Tile 
I Worfefe, r 413 w 8chool T 

|)88, Geo^gel S., wks M.J R. IJAird, r 520 



fissElectricalCo.;; 



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DES MCJINES 



DIRECTOR i 7 



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Cross, JamesJ, miner j Des Moines Coal 
Co., r 610 Monroe^ a Des Moines. . 

Cross, J\ F., wks Iowa Pipe and Tile Co., 
r 413 w School. ! , 

Cross, John P., lab, r 263 Monroe,' s Des, 
. Moines. f I 

Cross, John P., wks! Capital 7 City Gas: 
Liu it Wirks. r 200 e Raccoon. 

Cross, Llewellyn, miner Coon Valley Coal, 

Co., r CIO Monroe, s Des Moines. j 
Cross, Joseph, r 613 Monroe, |s IJea 

Moines. | | 1 

Cross, Joseph Jr., fireman engine; house; 

No. G v City Fire! Department, r 000 

Moiroe, s Dos Mbines. 
Cross. Robert, elk ( Atlantic ( and Pacific 

Tea Co., r 200 Monroe, s Des Moines^ 

Cross, qarah J. Mrs., r 2325 w Norjth. j 

Cross, Thomas, miner Bloomfield Coal 

Co.| r 610 Monroe, s Des Moiiies. 

Cross, William, miner Coon, Valley Coal 

■Co.| . j ; ■ !' 

Cross, William A., |pressmaii Western 

Lithographing Co., r 200 Monroe, s 

Des Moines. 

Crosson, J. P f , traveling salesman Robert 
S. Hobbsj & Co., ids 1027 w Hi^h. : 

Cross wait Drive, from Kingman ave 
southwest to 37tli, Lyon's Park. 

Crouch] J. Mj, real estate, r 1375 W 2(»th. 

Croup, [Elizabeth A. Mrs., r Main] Sevas- 
topol. 

CrouseJ Homer M., conductor C. II. I. & 
P.R.R.,lr515w3d. \ ■ l - 

Crowder, H. S., student Highland Park 
Normal College,! rooms w 2ol nr New 
York ave, Lake Park. f | 

Crowe, Olyinphja Miss, telegraph operar 
tor Savery Hotel, bds over 609 w 9thj 

Crowley, Fannie Miss, teacher piano Cal- 
latian College, r 417 w 8th. 

Crowley, J. A., traveling salesman, r 1376 
el2th: | ; - • ' 

Crowlev, James, eoa} miner, r 404 Jeflerr 
son,, s Des Moines. j ! 

Crowlek M. C, wks C. R. I. & P. R. R., r 
312 e 9th. 

Crowley, MJJW., brakeman C. R. I. & £, 
R. R., bds Hotel Goldstone. 

Crowley, Patrick, r ; 419 Hillside ave, 8 
Des Moines. 

Crowley, Timothy^ watchman W.jSt. L & 
P. p. R.J r nr w s 11th, bet Market 
and Vine. i 



714 WL tomifct St, T«jlephotWi 511. 

1 I 'i 



Crowell, 



w 




N. 



CUL 



Crum, dlive G. 
Riegclman 

Crumbaker, 



Groye 
Par! 



mngr Actual Life ifisur- 
8th cor Forest ave. 



i 



ance Oo., 

Crozier,! CharleL elk G. : N. Botsfoto, 
1315 w IocisL t ' 

Cruikshank, Rrchael Miss, cook lOllO w 
22dj 

Crum, A. H.J r (1401 w High. 

Crum, Florence Miss, 1401 w High. 

Crum, Hattio L. Miss, elk Recordpr of 
Dee|djj F\>\\\ Co., r 1401 V High. 

Miss,, bkpr retail debt 31 
& Co., r 

Ja[mes W., 
(foal Co., r e 



Crydeler, 



Stcfer3,M£02 wflth. 



^our;eentl from Viie to Cour 
fropi Majple! to Walker, from 1 



cue, ;w 



401 w Hig 

teamster 
Walnut, 



Crumbaker, Join W., tejam^ter, r lp21 e 

Capital Ave 
Cruinerj Hatjtie Mrs., r &5 e 4th. 
Crunihain, Mary Mrs., r 300 w s 5th. 

CrusinbbiryJ W. A., 'p-of mathen : atios 
and Iln'jjjlis i grammer Callaiianf Col- 
lege, r 838 w 6th ave. 



Cruttencleii, ! frank -E,, physician and 
siir^i'onlover 209 w J4th, bds Sivery . 
House * 

|W.R 

it. 



Wt A., phys)cian jvith Dr. 



Crystal Ide Co.J J. O. Meyers 625 e 1 
Crystal Oil and Gasoline Cck, fH.C 

Woblwortl, L. C. Deets and Jl. II. 
, Smith), office 320 w 8th. 

C Street — Letween east Thirteenth 



hioht to N >rth, and from Hubb 
WasLin^top aye in Capital.Parl: 

C Street;— Isetvden west 5th anr 6th 
aves froijn uorth city jimits two blocks 
8pujtL. 

Cuddy, jj)hn, l|ib, bds 20j) s 2nd; 



aple 
ftant 



and 

tave, 

Fre- 

11 to 



liam > 



)Wt 

Wpjrlp^rl]l43w7thJ 
Culdy] plara, Mrs., r 2lb e s 6th. 



Cullen,] Daniel 



tNMil 



Cullison, 



J. 



Com: mere 
ave!. ] 



Culliton. 



M.|& IK. 
Houe e. 



Culliton, 
&K. 



E 



weaver Des MoineE 
• Grant Park. 

. student Capital -.--, 
al College, r 547 v 6t: 



Jdhn 



C. 




R. 



wks Io) 



a Pipe & 



Charles, bridge carpenter D. 
C'R. R.,; bds Haj-agan 



G., bridge builder ). 
R. } bds Hdragan Hoi 



Tile 



Cot-, 



vise' 




Steam Healing* 
PluijibliiK anjl GM 
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CUL 



flulllton, ThonasJ t; 

y jii. & r K. c.['i. 

JEIduseJ 
Cullv, Arthur "E 

Uw.fR 

ulver, 1 Charles 
Co., room 220 



Culver, Daniel 
r 1529 w 6t 



1 



Cummings, Selina !fa 

ave. 
Cummings, T. H.,Jr dvfcr. 



Cummings, ,Wi 



tiHiss, 
15 ;h. 



Cutymins, Marga 

Cummins, J. 0,,; secy 
lus. Co., r fv Gra|nd 



Cummins, T. L 
Cummins,! S. H 



s Hill Co. 



., ilk 
, r 931 e 

4,, bcpn 



waPipb i& Tile Cd., 

r I' 



.Culvert. Elnatfaty 
Junction. 

•Cumiey, Delia Mii-is, t 84j5 e ^th. 

,'Cum|ey, Gus, vks Io 
V 845 e 4th. 

Cummings, B. H., 
1 frano Co.> i oyer 

Cummings, Nicholas, 
'Moines Ele 3tnc $treiet 
' ' q Capital a re. 



fT. JOSEPH, MO 
Branch House, 



Mam 



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ES, MOINES. 



ieturers o 
,. r . 1 „.. T . MB| Floar 



DIRECTORY. 



1 



b|rid£e carpenter' D. 
,bds Waganj 

it office C. n&j 
tli. ! ij'j-. 

^(IcFarlln Gra n 

ii- - ! .'!■." i 
irig salesman, 

ut, 12, Vajlfy 




geil 



liam, 



4 
w] 



farm 



, retired, 




Equitable 
aye. 

3r,r 714 w 15th 



ummins & ^ rifch ;, (A. _. 

Carroll Wight) atlyk at law, 
-ValUy Nttioha Hank w 4t" 
Cmirtiave. 1 1 ■ 1 



judent Capita 1' 
College. r|7^ 



&K.C.R. l.,Ws:7]4 

Cummins, A. B , (XJunin lip & Wright), |t 
1505 w Pie isant. 

bummins, Arin; , B|. 1M iqs, 
City Con merqial 

w 15th. j 

Cummins, Fran k, assft akdy Dea Mbinefe 
Loan &|Tn 1st Co., f 51,4 e Lyon. ' 

cash Younke 
ifi 



1 1 ' 

agt Rycim^in 
Grand ave j 

niachinist 
Ry. (poi, r 



>38 

)8 



, r 1508 e Capital 

• ■ 'I I '1 

\> ' i 'I 

617 e <Grand avk 



, . 1 

br^kieman 0., St. 
wiWalnutl , 



845 w 7th. 
B. Cummi 



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cor 



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Cunningham, A T., r 1010 y High. 

Cunningham, |C harle j, ^ke Io|wa Prb 
Tile Co., r : 410 e Lyon, f 

Cunningham, C larlet , elk Louis Schmidt, 
bda 1170 w .9thi 

Cunningham, I lizabejth £t 
1437 e Lyoi. 

Cunningham, J rank, traveling salesman, 
rl057wPirk. 

Cunningham,. G ., 'caitoeElttjr Des Mbines 

I Electric St] eet I .j.VA ; 



.1 , - 

si dressmkRr 



WMW, 



Cunninghim, George IJ.,c4rpenter, 
J e 12th. ' 

Cunpingh im, Grace Mijss, tjeaeher Svj-ede 
I Chur<h School, r 1317 le 'Capital ave, 

Cunninghim, Henry B., r 1437^ w 2ls1. 

Cunninghim^ Hiram A., la"), r 209 ijlill- 
■ side ave,j8 Des Moines. 

Cunninghim,' Howard, stiir buildej*, r 
1317, e Capital ave. ■ 

jCupin^jiim, Ida Mi88,-wk3 1068 w 24th. 

Cunnihg|iam, J. A.,' expressman, r 15(31 e 
, 1 BJuchiLnan. 

Cunninghim, James, speciil agt- Haw)c 
I eye, Ir s. Co., rooms 71^ w 3rd. J 

Cunningham, Jan6 Mrp., r 1437 e Lyon. 

Cunninghim, Jennie Hist ; wks Savory 

( liouse 
Cunningham, John, elk J 
'-■ j Co., r 1437 w 18th. 

Cunningham, Lillie.Misa Wks Mrs. Mjittie 
, L. Khkwood, r 3Q0 w u 

Cunningham, Miry EJMj.ss, 
: thornc! 8ch(Hii,|r 1437 w 

Cunningham, ()!«' (|J., oarbei 
ter, r|610 e Grand ave. 

Cunningham, Philip, gardener, 
w lwji. 

Cunningham, R. 



167 



,r .385 



W., cbljector Ca 
Gity Gas Light Co., r 614 w North. 

Cunningham, Sarsh Mrs., i- 1310 e lyon. 

Cunningham, Saraji E. Mis-, dressma|ker- 
202V 9th, 4 r 1410 eLy( a. 

Cunningham, Smi;h. la.b, r 1410 e lyo'n. 

Cunningham, WiliariijChe^k; elk Savery 
, ? house 1 



Cunningham's Ad iition—S outli of State 



Cunningtdn, May 



Pair Grounds, b^tweeiji 
t. R. and Dean ave. 



A. Garvcr & 



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7th. 

teacher I 
18th.) 

J, II. Poinilex- 



Business Col 



Park [formal 



Mi88, 



3ge, r 911 



Cunningtbn, Rotert, stucont Highland 



College. 



Cupernell, Eugene jB., cjbntractor 
( builder, r 16cb wj Arlirjtbn ave. 

Curd} Raleigh D., salesmaii Moiine, 
burn & Stjxdard Coif 24th' s e 
' Uniye 'sity aV s, 

Cuj-1, Anna Miss, r 1126 w Center. , 

Purl Bloclj, w 7th n e cor Vl\ 



Curl, Frederick H„ studen 

I Commercial Colleg 
Curl, Hall ett S., baker ~ 
819 w 6th ave. 



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Curl, H. C.,' student Drake University 
2815 w North. 

Curl, J.'.B., foreman book dept Carter & 

Hussey, 514 e 5th. ■ 
Curl, Jennie B. Miss, wks State Bindery, 

r 514 e 5th. 

Curley, Helen M. Miss, teacher Kinder- 
garten Irving School, r 1014 w Locust. 

Curley, Minnie A. Miss, teacher Irving 
school, r 310 w Crocker. " 

Curnovv, Ella M. Mrs., r 916 w Cliarles. I 

Curnow, Samuel J., machinest, Dds 
Moines Street "R. II,, r 916 w Charles. 

Curran,; Bridget Miss, wks A. L. West, 
1135 w Pleasant. ! I 

Curran, 1 Charles J., engineer, C. St. P. 
& K. C. R. R., bds 714 W Walnut. 

Curran, George P., Grant 6 Bast Dqs 
Moines. 

Curran,! Lewis II., hook and ladder en- 
gine house No. 2, r 1112 e Fillmore. 

Carrie, 1 ChatS'.'E.; physician andisurgeon, 
over 529 e Locust, r 74(| e Walnut. 

Currey,; John, Des Moiiies r wks Des 
Moines brick .works, s Greenwood 
Park. , I ' "■ 

Currey,, Nathaniel G„ engineer Perkins 
& Brinsmaid, r 109 w 13th. 

Curry, Cyrus E., wks A. F. Dicks, r 204 
w 14th. 

Curry, Thomas M., (Virden & Curry) bds 
bds w 8th cor Cherry. a 

Curry, Williaih, r 204 w 14th. 

Curtis, A. J., student Des Moines College, 
r 1710 w 11th. | 

Curtis, Alice Miss, student Callananj Col- 
lege, r 1223 w Cottage. 

Curtis, Anna H. Miss, student Des Moines 
Moines (foliage, bds 1711 w 10th. 

Curtis, Ernest E., carpenter, r 1223 w 
Cottage. | ' ! 

Curtis, ( Eva M. Miss, student Highland 
Park ^Normal College. ' 

Curtis, F. M., agt James T. Hair Co., r 
203 e 10th. 

Curtis, Fred B., jewelry, 220 w Walnut, r 
824 e Walnut. : 

Curtis, jFrederick M. f student Capitail 
City Commercial College, r 824 w 
PiL-iiaant. 



Curtis, (Suy A., 
legej, bdi; ll 

Curtis, J a son D 



student, Des Moines 
llwlOtii. 



Curtis, Minnie 



3., 



, wks Ewing & Jewdt, • 
1223 w (fottjage. M f 

Miss, student High an<, 
Park |N"o|rm fil 'College. 

:• 1505 w 24th. 



Curtis, SI J Jay, 

Curtis Sclloo 
e 6th bor 

Curtis,, |N. 
College 

Curtis, William, 

Curtissj W. 



, Miss Ella M. Malone, 
Raccoon. 



Col 



inn, 
student Iowa Busijiess 

)tl 



compositor, r 1113 w 

O.t atty^ over 521 w WalW 
bdsi^vety House. T 

Curtley r !Ge6:*ge, teamster, r 1716 eMa[)le 
Curtley, lliaao, )arber . Alfred O. Sm th 
bds jGbldstorie Hotel. ' 

Curve Sti-e et— Ji inth ^outh oftDes Moines 
river frcm Jefferson to Harrison 8 
Des 'koines, ' 

Cjmher, ^luUip, harm^s.mkr-H. 2Wohn- 

8on,1rjlll o Fremont. 
Cutbirthj llachasl Miss, r 801 w Plerisant. 
Cutler, CJiaries H., teamster, r 110 e 



(A. P. 



Washington! ave. 

Cutler, Mosi (Lord & Cutler) and 

Cottyell & C o.) r 1204 w 24th. 
Cutler, j En est G.,| teamster Charles 
1 1 Stivers, r '10 18 w Woodland ave. 

Cutler, Eu^eAe, [J. P. Cutler & Sonslr 
1220w 25th, . 

Cutler, Gei sham special agi U. S. Life 
Insurance Cx f r 506 w 7th. 

Cutler, John, machinist Des Moines Manu- 
facturing & Supply Co., r 604 e s Rac- 
coon, 
Cutle/r, Jo] in A , (J. P. Cutler & Sons) r 
| ^220 ^v 24th. • | ■ 

jCutlejr, Jonas, student Iowa Business Col- 

V^-l ! ■ ■ i 

Cutleir, J onus P., (J, P. Cutler & S'onb) r 
1J220 w 24th, 

Cutler, J.JP. & Sons, (Jonas P., John 
| ahd EMgebe Cutler) bakery, 122' 

; j 25th. I j 

Cutler, Sarilla M ss, wks Munger Laun- 

■ : dry. i I 

Cutting, jOttie Miss, student Callapan 
|j Collegd/rborns 24' Oriel Blk. 

Cuyler, Ai Ify, travelings alesman Mars 
Dentil Manufacturing Co. 



Des Moines 



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& Workmanship 

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Dack, piair, 



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.Daggett, Jol n C, lab 



Dahl. Charlc 



SCOVI LLE PL 

tractor i fori flu tubing, Steam, 



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pluir ber 



;h. 

ob (printer Iowk 



Co., r p w '5 

Dack, Waitc r C., j__ „--....„. 
! lingCoV, )ds7)9^Park. 

pa^gett,'Bn ce; C. 



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81G e Pc nnsyw 
Dahl, Nels, 1 iricklaye^, 
ianlberg, ( >narl js 



» porter a fd agt Remington Standard 

Typewr ter, r )om jlO, 1$L iW\ 112 

Iowa Lc in and Trust Bldg, r 844 Iw 

4th. . , | ■ 

Dahleen, Safiuel |F., shipping, clW B. P. 

Grand ale. fH F. 



I Dailev, 



tai 




DES MOINES DIEECTORY. 



poVille Plumbing 



E 



sever workman, r718 



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foceaum 
R. R., r 



repair^ 
J12J8 e 

w4thl 
ST. Scholar 826 

k E. Tref8 



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Dalby, S. S., student; GaWtal City Com 
] itercial Colldge, !rp [)23 w 4tb. 



Eureka Fuel Co. 



TJ817w,7th 

oj: J. N. ijinolfa 
ia! ave. 

r 1423 e Tjk chanan. 

'District Court Je- 



F 



Dalek E. T., teams^r 

iDalek J. K., caitf nftpretor C. St. P. & .K. 

j C. R. 11, r nr CJf S ■;. P. & K. C. round 

lionse. ■ -] 

Dalek Peter, wks C. gd P. & K. C. R. R., 

• i nr C. St. P. & K. C. round house. 
iDalrVmlple, David !W., car repairer Des 
\t \ Homes Union ;R. R M r 6Q4 w 12th. 
Daljas, Mary Miss,] r Ha -tford ave s w cor 
I Ma ne, Sevastopol. ( 

DalMs, Nellie Miss, Ci rve cor Clay, s Des 
I 'Moines. . i l. j . i , 

r! Hartford ave, 8 w cor 



,.,BINQ GOIIVI 

'. W.ftllUld 



PANY. 



DAN 



169 



nier, r 
408. w 



E!ros,,r 



J'aqyith, r 1408 w 

.Dahlgren, Pe,ter M 
I shops C. R. I. & P. 
Des Moi ies. j 

1 ' ' ' L- J, 

Dahlholm, C iristi leMiijs, wks '611 

» .1 ' *i l 

Dahr, C. E.,t lilor John 
• e Pennsylvania a 1 r e 

Dailey, Ann l \Mifis, cl 
408wl(;h. 

I \ 

\ Dailey,. Georke, els L Trepanler, 

10th. 
| Dajley, Isabe 11a, Y.m\ dlk Lang 
O 408wl6;h. 

' upaliiey, Jamc s I., ij 6tlJ ave nr Ne^i York 
! ave; Lak 3 Park. 

Dailey,' Mor-is, loeojnbtilve engineer; •' r 
, i 1101 w Grand ave, : 

; Dailey! Tinibthy, Blooinfield 11, Des 
; 2 Moines, i 

Willi im, traveling salesman, r408 
16th. ; ; '■ . i • r ; 

Dailing, L.,Hrs.. milliner J. M. Knight, 
r w 37th, (University Place. ! 

Daily, Anna ilrs., wks Frank Procter, r 
1028w^;oodlano; dvb; r i I 

Daily, Doughs, pi isteWr, r-1611 v. Lyon. 

Daily. E.T.„ earnbter Eui ; eka Coal Co., r 
! 1239wlith. . I : ; j '. 

Daily, Rebec ;a, Saylo • 2^J Des IVIbines. 

Daily, W., loibmolive enj;ine<*f, r i215 w 
Grand a\ a. ' ,. 

Daisy Washi ig Mtchiai Co., L; 1. . Can- 
held mnj r, IK w Walnut. ti i ' 

Oakin, Chapi aan L., s udsnt Des -ioines 
College, -oomd 13 .9 "W 10th. \ l ' 1 ', 



Ms Savery Housev 
t>a Moines Lead- 



ballLJlWilliaiii, . „ 
■MOf ne, Sevastopo 
D^lstlroi n, Marly Miss 

IDalton, James M^, wks 
er; • 1330 e Vi,ne. , 

Salton,: -Tellie Mi88,dreismtr,r 1340 e Vine 
alt(jn;Pa^;^ri3^^Yine: :,t ' ! 

t)alyj Henry, iabj'r 1019 wj 4th. 

palyj Henry A.-, Jr., hfirness maker "Des 
|,. Mpinep Sajidlery Co^, r 1019 w.4th. 

Daley, . ames, tcjamster Perkins & Brins- 
rtaia, r^l]wWr,li|ut 

palejf, J ames jr.; wks Perkins & Brlns- 
maid, r 13Q1 w Walru 1 

)alfey, t ohn L.] engine wir/er D. M. & F 
i D. I R. roiind!hous2, r 1019 w 4th. 1 



gpo|s,322W 
)ambrii n, Agnes 



f 



Golden Ri le Clothing House ^^ 



SON. I ; 





'aley, |Kate IVJias, miilm|ry and fancy 
6tji j,vu, r614 w Locust. 

C. MJsa; teacher, r 1023 
e Pi mnsylyimia avj . j 

^ambrunjOorjiinjique, stprie cutter, rl023 
^ P mnsylyania avi . 

Camion, Willia|m,Jr 781 w i3th. 

:3amri, Jesse ML, enj^ikeer C, Rl I, Jfe 
P. ! ^. R., bds Moni tc r House. ' " 

Damrpn, C. M.J waiter i'jpb House. 

DandjKaie ^lissj student ' Highland Park 

j Noinial Pbllege, roomf College Hall. 

]Jane,- Oscar, T.j traveling aalesmanl HurJ- x 

1 blitj . Ward, fa Cc,T-Jooms Foster's 

Opera Hofiisb. : ' i 

p&nf cirfj , L. Ri, c(>mpo3itoi Graphic Pub 

lisli ng Co., r e Wilnut between 13th, 
l a|idl4th.! ; \ . I -, ■ I 1 : 
Dangeri eld, James, b(is 623 w 6th ave. 
Panieilj 3. F., damster ya|a Ginkel Coil 



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Dani^lj |r. W.; la|bL rl5>9 

paniM, Nettie M^ss, wl ts 
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017 Woit ! Valkui 'St. r ^ **- ?1 



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DAjN 



DES MOIN ES DIRECTORY. 





Daniels, Anna Miss, wks 1811 w 4th. 

Daniels, Fred, machinist Wilson & Stein, 
I . r 73TJe Locust. 

Daniels, [Benjamin, teamster L. B. Beall, 
' \r40l|e s 10th, 

Daniels, jPkilipC, bkpr Citizens National 
Bank, r 078 w 15th. 

Daniels^ S.Mrs. r r 787 e Locust. 

Daniels, . W, II., Robert Dempster Co., r 
r 1518 w Grand ave. 

Danielson, Carolina Miss, bds 1555 e Des 
, Moijies. [ 

Danielson, Emma M. Miss, nurse, 1318 w 
Locust, r 1555 e Des Moines. 

Danielson, John F., r 1555 e Des Moines 

.Danielson, Lena Miss, wks (JUG \v 2nd. 

Danielson, Otto E., letter carrier, r over 
1 200 e Qralid ave. 

Danihy/Ella Miss, wks Monitor House. 

Donihv, Kate Miss, wks Monitor House. 

Dannattj Ida M. Miss, student -Highland 
Park Normal College. 



Daring, Clara' Miss, student Capital City] 
Commercial College, r 1309 w llthj 

Darlandj, Charles A., student Capita} 
City Commercial College, r 814 w 
Plehsant. ' ' 

I)arlan(i, Jennie Miss, student Highland 
Park Normal College, rooms College 
Halil. 

Darlauri, . I. N., studtmt Highland , Park 
College, j rooms 2nd cor Ovhl ave., 
Highland Park. < 

Darland, Jennie Miss, student Highland 
Park Nomial College. I 

Darling!, A., elk Youuker Brosi, r ' 314 w 
Hi^h. 

Darling, Charles, brake man C. S;. P& Jt. 
C.R. R., r 717 w Plumb. 

Darnall^ A. n.iner Des Moines Coal Co. 

JSevastop j1. ; 

Darnall, Alva, miner Proctor Coal Co. 
Franklin, ave nr Jefferson Bevaatjo- 

~1., lab, r 714 Monroe, s Des 

i 



Darnall,, C. 
Moines. 



Darnell, William, wks Electric PoWer 
Ho\ise/r 1385 e 12th. 

Darr, Samuel, retired, r 920 w Walnut. 

Darrow, Robert L., traveling agt H. 
Siqkels U Co., r 1028 w High; 

Dart, M. MiaL r 1304 w Center. 



Datin, William, 

| crest, t 801 



i)AU 



Dascomb, Hattie 3 [its., r 808 Court ave. 



wks J. K. & W. H. Gili 
e Walker. , ! 

Daughenbaughj, A^nes Mrs., r 847 w 18th. 

Daughenbaugh, A R., real estate, r 8^7 w 

'■ 18th. 1 j j " I. ■ 

Daughenbaugl] , Jennie Miss, student.pal- 
lauau College, r 847 wj Pligh. , 

Daughenbaugl, J. Minnie Miss, music 
teachef, r 847 w High. 

Daughenbaugh, Nettie Miss, bkpr, r 847 

! |wl8tH . •' ."; 

Daugherty,' Calvin, fireman Proctor Coal 

Co., bds Cliftc n ave, nr Proctor Coal 

Mine, b Des Amines. i 

I}augherty, Cap-in, lab, r 404 w s 6th ave. 

Daugherty, Daniel, student Iowa Busi : 
I ness College. ' . 

Daiigherty, Danie 1, machinist, r U06 w 6th 
\ ave. ■ j. ■ ■ j 

Daugherty, Ellen .Mrs., r 622 w 10th. 
Daugherty, Ellsworth L., bill elk Perkins 
& Briilsmiid, room over, 213 w'4th., 

Daugherty!, Etsa Miss. Btudent, Highland} 
Park Normal Collejge. . !i J 

Daugherty!, GriorgeW., check elk D.Im. 
i Unionj R. R., v 1223 w Walnut. 

Dai^ghert^, ITarlun, salesman Estey &/ f 
jCa'mp, i 1517 vv Locust. 

Daulghertjl, Hitrrv, butcher Louis Hast, r 
over 610 f Grind. a /e. 

DaughertW, *. L , freight and passenger 
agt MJK. & T. R. ]i., r 403 w Locust. 

Daughertjj, Leroy M., f reman C. It. I. & 
P. R. R.,j.ovi>r52( 

Daugherty, ML A. Mrsj, 
: ave. 



Daiigherty), 



t 



Daugherty, _ 
L &jFrahJ5, 
DaUgiiert^, 
j ' Eipres^ 

Daughjert)!, 



Russell S., 



i§t. L;|i| ~$. R] R., r 622 \v 10th. 



trie 
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Golden Rile Clothing House , f^ 



D, M. JOHNSON Jt SON. 



617 Wist W^liut 3t. 




e Grand ave. 
r-ovei^ 526 e Grand 



engineer yards W. 



Sijimubl D.J barber Mogelberg 
ro>ms :L and 2 Oriel blk. 

A., m|£8senger American 
o. 

Minn 11. H., vard maatfer 
Des I^binea [Unio(i R. K., r 1223 w 
.Wiiniit | 

bautrelnont, Chajles^Ti, civil service dept 
Po^t 0fflce, r 1309 e Capital ave. f 

Dautremoni, John, electrician Hess Elec 
" Stota^e ^atteijy Co., r 1809 e Cap 
avje 



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Contracto *• for 



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riage ( 'd., r 

pavaine, A vpdie 

Davenport] Ben; 
&Co„ 



Davenport 
els & $ti., r 



Davenport, 
teache 
Behoof. 

Davenport 
Bjuildi 
Cresto 



David, Ett i Misfc, vs 
dry, r < »yer 504 h 



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w 12th. 



DES MOINES 



paitt(T Shave r CJar- 
e| Capital aye. 

w.8th. 

. Sickes 

H. (Bi4- 



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M.,lwk8 HJ 

Wrl2th.| 

Miss,' .^Volunteer 
Franklin 



jKjindergarten, 



Natioha 1 
Lioan Association, r 



HSith. 

*ecy Iowa 



>1ks Des Moines Laun- 
Walnuti ! 

Davidson, )j B., bk()r| {Treasurer! of Staid, 



DIESCTOR^ 




Davii, Benjamin,, student Highland Park 
Normal College.; 

Davin, Benjain n F., :1k Hotel De Reece. 

Davin, B. : H. stkdent Ipwja Businesss Col- 



lhb, r Blooihfield, nr 
Dps Moines. 



r407cUtt. 

Davidson, )piMas. 
Hartfcrd *ive, s 

Davidson. Jpdefyh, ml), r Blpornfield, nr 
inilsk e| aye, s Des Moines. ).. 

.Davidson, Ijaprji Iftrsj, r Blpomfijeld, ni* 
I lillsic el jive 1 , s Dct Moines, | |. 

Davidson, H;nini|e 3li 6 fa, student Highland 
Park formal College, rooms Ken- 
nedy 1 iousel '"' I I . . f, 

Davidson, Ray Miijs,| r 2650 yf Cottage 
Grove aye. 

Davidson,, Solomon, 3e'eond hand -,__ 
314' w 1 3oiirt;ave, rj'108 e! G.raitdi ave. 

Davidson, P.j M., photographer .200 e Wal 
' nut, r ;ame. 

.Davidson, William fcL el^ C. Sti P. & K. 
C. li: 1 :. i r 183 * tilth. 



Davies' Adlitiou, futrii Ceuter to {School, 



bbt 13 



h|a[ndil7tl: 



Davis, A. A 



ave. 



Mrs., r 1033 e Pennsylvar ia 



Davis, A. ] \ 
Davis„Ahc 



tetf S., latij r 2108 w • Woo|l- 
laud a e t | 1 

Davis, Arfl|u|rjC., with' Iowa State Ban|fl, 
i Court ayj. ■'"';! 
LUr;.L M distributing^ ejk! Des 



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Davis, Af i 
Moines 

Davis, jfi h 
bds 18' 



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'■ Da vies, H. C., r 131^= w Grand ave.) 
Davis, A., jtudent I >wa' Business College. 



Davis, Alb sri;,j tinner, r, 214 e 4tli. 

Davis, Aloi zta cat repairer, O. & 
R.R^t432iefG)rSndave. I: ' 



)da 9l0 



gopds 



N. 



w Walnut, 



Post Office, r'Clifton/B eightk 

J student Drake University, 
!^6th. 




Da^ls, 
Da{i s, 



: 996 w HJ 



E)a|v: s, 



3( 



Edwa^i, wkii Hfilburt, Ward & 
16., r 161p; 3 Des Mojiies. 

Dj^vIs, Ella ;3;i88, mideht Des Moines 
Cfollege, \?ds 816 w Locust. 

D^v a, Emma| Miss kudent Highland' 
iWk Normal College, i 



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Co. 



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i, Charh s. bkpr t>. 

10th. 



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ljege. j ' 1 ' f 

Davi j, Celestia Mis 3, wks Des Moines 
^ottpn 3fliy, r e |Lociitit t Grant Park. 

Davi 
Da\i 

DaVi 

. 

Dav: 



, CharUsJ waitcr.Saver^ House. ' 
, Charh 8' printer, r[1502 w Linden. 



,-^Char^ W., jiainter ( and 'paper- 
Jlpllan[d 4 Nciw t r 1007 

Davis^, Danie , ins|ui|aiiee agt, r 1117 
v 12th. I 1 

Davis, Delia Mrs., te|ic:hqr piano and or- 
^an Higlfhind Pirk Normal College, 
- 3835 w 5 h, Hijrl: land Park. 

3. C. Si;., retired, [r 99^ w H. 

3. C. JrL paintje|r llolland & New, 



M. Mann, r 831 



<1§> 



Dav 4, Esta Mids, 1v 
Mills. ' 

A, Ethel i Miss 
Park Not"- 1 ^ 



Hal. 



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al.C( 



Davb, ^vanjjrniner 



av a 

,i Physics 

j w 22nd. 



rake 



)iiS jyioines Cotton |5* 



stuc 



dent Highland 



llbge, rooms College 

I)bb| Moines Coal Co, : 
oyeweer Union Coa|J- f 



Eyan^ mine 
PleafSant nb|ir Main, Sevastopor.1 r jfli J 



Ibv/a Business Col- 'o 



8^, F. G., $tMdent 

Dav if, F. L., Bloomf eld,| J8 Des Moines. 
:e, ployd,|mrof€88oi Chemistry and 



Un 



, studontl r 1009 w 11th. 



(•stand Mo it ArtfttIO M ' 



Uit««t 



versity, r 1812 




Dav a, Frank A , 

D^vi Frank CJ,» bkf rj Hkwkeye Ins. Co., 

. ij rl300w7tjii; ' ', jf , ( , . kJ||T^ 

Davfll yranl£Oi,bkjirillawkeye Ins. Co., % lj 

' AfiOOw^h. jj|: . • ■il-S 

Da^ia, Qastoii 0., jn^gr Des Moines flJw 
I Brunk Factory 706 w Walnut, r 1102 |T 
I ^8th. ; 

Dav :bL G. C.Mrj. t .bkpr 
Factory, r 1162 yr 




Des Moines Trunk 
8th. 



Oil 



g 



Tailor. 



Dealer in Pipe arid Fitttogj, Plumbers' Merer andlse, Etp. 



CO 




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iDavis,. Ge(jrge, miner Van Ginkel CM\ 
Co., r Hartford ave, Sevastopol. 

Davis, George i^l foreman R. A. Rollins, 
r Monroe, our Curvets Des MoinesI 

Davis, George i\] Mrs., r over 1006}^ j w 

I Cherry. j ' ] j 

Davis, Gedrgie Miss, vestmkr. bds 715iw 

Cherry. : ; : i T, 

Davis, Harry K., teamster Blooin field 

Coal Co., r ^140 w I lth. , • j ! 

Davis, Henry, porter Kirk wood i House; 

Davis, Henry, trapper^* Des Moines CJoal 
Co., r (Sevastopol. ' ' 

Davis, Henry; carpenter, r 15 w Jefferson 

Davis, Howard, teamster, r 1146 w lltlj., 

Davis, James, plasterer and brick masbji, 

r 1062 1 w 5th. v I I 

Davis, James B }. car repairer, b. R. I[ & 
P. K. K., r 820 e Pennsylvania ave.| n 

Davis, Jacob D., retired, r 504 w Chest- 
'. , nut. ' 1 i 

Davis. J. E., carpenter, r 1527 e Lyon. 

Davis, J. B., traveling salesnian J. 
Ohristv, rue cor w 1UU and Clark 

Davis, J. Baken brakeman C: R. I. &V. 
li. H., r 820 i Pennsylvania? ave. 

Davis, J. D., barber, r 1502 w Ijinden. 

Davis, Jesse ML salesman W. A. Ed- 
wards,' r 823 w Pleasant. ! j 

Davis[ John, sUxjk, dealer, r 13^5 w 27th, 

Davis, Johji, miijer CootK^alley Coal Coi 
r -841 vy Peltpn ave*. 

Davisj John M., ; fclk land department Sec>| 
of State, r 1109 e Court ave. 



II 



PLUMBER And steam fitter, 

Des Moir as, la., Locust St. 




Davis, Jose ph I 
R. R., !• 109 



W 




Davis, Joh(i W., contractor and builder^ i 
922 w 11th. I 

Davis Jollile, student Highland Park Nor 
mal College. 

Davis, J. J., aW, room 303 Iowa Loan 
and Trjust Co. Bldg, r; 1169 w 22nd. I 

Davis, Joseph, teamster, r 908 w 11th. i 

Davis, Jost ph, (jl)avis & Nichols) r 1502 
w Linaen. 

, watchman D. M. Unioji 
w 11th. 

Davis, Joseph P., Insurance agt, r Oaki- 
dale ave, s. Des Moines, j 

Davis, J. P., Blcomfield 1(1, Deft Moines. « 

Davis, J. W., ca-penter, rl439 w 17th. 

Davis, Kat<? Miss, teacher, r 617 e Maple. 

Davis, Lanklon R., asst agt Des Moines 
Union Railway, r 1219 1 e Pennsylvania 
ave. 



"a 



Davis, Lehii.^fius, r No. 2 3 Park Alley. 



Davis, Lee ILL ] 



'\ 



tick 
lOie 



1109 e 

Davis L. I.; 
R., r 12 

Davij*,L.W., 
w Linden, 

DaViu, Martin, 

Daviiu, Martin 
lilut. j 

Davis, Mary J 

Davi 3,. Maude 
(iergarten 
22nd.i 



)iccol 
okn*t ave 



tr 



J 



Pen ii 



Baylor 



DAY 



) Iowa' State Bandar 



etagi W.U. L. '&' P. R, 1 



sylva nia ave. 



iveling salesman, r 1531 



., retired, b [Is 1701 w Wal- 



Mrs. 



, r 32< 



Davis, Mblvillje K., ticket elk W.St. L. & P. 
R. R.^ Savory Louse ticjket oftice,r 
1 033 e, PennWva na ave. 
3, Melvinj Ijab, M537 <* 'Lyoi 



-Davis 

Davis, Minnie! jS^iss, ijds 6\ 
nut. 

Davis, Minnie; 
w 7th 



Miss, cress 






Davis, Mprgai , teams|ter dibson Coal Co., 
bds Sevastopol. 

Davis, Morris,| vvfks Sljaver^fc Dows, r 103 
w Grand av 

Davis, Oliver ^1, painter,! r 

ave. .i |- 

Davis, Ollie, lib 1 , r98$ w 11th. 



Des Noines. 



w s 6th ave. 



A. Misvassi; teacher Kin- 
Crockir Sciool, r 1169 w 



er 106 



nkr, over 412 



e Wal- 



Davtfs, Oscar, (Flannery '& 
Walnut. } ' ' 



.- „ , . — , — ,. ., .„_. 

Davis, Rebeccji 
r.504w!c4e 



Davis, Patrick, r| 103 w Grtpid ave. 

Dav^ Pearl iVIhs, stideiit Des Moines 
College, bjcly 1720 w 11th. 

Davi8, r Ph'6ebejE , Mrs , gardener and horti- 
culturist, W Grand ave, Walnut' Hill. 
Dayis, R., witlji lovya State Band. 

Mrs., furp\slied rooms, 

5^Illlt. 

Dayis, Richan), kude it Callahan College, 
r College jHome. ' | 

Davis, Robert |L., mn^r R. T. Davis^ Mill 
Co., 118 wj 2nd, bis Aborn Houaje. 

Davis, R. V. (Mill C6., R. L. Davis nngr, 
wholesale flour, 218 w:2ud. 

Davis, Salli^ Miss, leacher Longfellow 
8Ch|ool, n 1 )33 e Pc nnsylvania ave. 

Davis, Samuel,' janitor Capitol Bldg, r 
1503 eiyon. 

Davis, Sami eli r^iiner Union Coal Co,, r 

j Bevastop^o j. 
Davjis/ Samuel! A., pllotograplier, 110 w 

Walnut, r 214 w^th. | 



324 w s 6th 



Davis) "r 504 e 



i ',. ■ •- 1 . •■ -r " :! ■■'■'■■■' ' : 




Biv 



Co., 

4llow 

521 



•isJSamu <i} Si minferj Uhi 
rteifersbnj 6evas;o::>ol|. 

|)avis, Sarah Miss, ;eichei 

sc io!ol. r 1038 e Pje^tisyljania av|e'. 

]j)uvis, Sarah 

e : ,2th. ; . A . . , L 

|)avis, Sella Miss, rl32$iw 27th. ' 

Davis, Thomas D., m lsical director 
voce culture, Highland Park Nc 
College, r MM wpth, Highland 

|)a'vis, Walter] ;carp|^ter,' r 2725 
veptyjaveL 

jbavis, kv. H., hoarding and feed • stjable, 
,T 90!,91Jt,913!wMAd 



Upioh Coal 

spj Lohgfr 
lyania av 

1. Misb, housekeeper. 



,'1S, 






VYilliam. farmer, 



* )avis, William H.j marble cutter, r { f0 w 



Grand av& 
Davis aud 



ave. 

w 10th nr li citi 



anc 
rmai! 
'ark 

|: 
Unl, 



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DeB 



al 



limits. 

)avis, \YillianJ, f 516 w 16th. 

; )avis, William, tninei, rjnr Gibson 
miie, Sevalstbpol. - ; 

; )avi|j, Williaral, i>Q8 Mcines Coal Co, 

,)ayis, Wi^am,;'.- kayljr 23' East 
Mcines. I i 

:)avis, William IE., 1 3uWly | elk ^e 
ln4 Coi;, r. 1009 y\ ilth. 

-, , , r P 

Locust. 

! Davis, Y. .L, fJirmer, r JL645 e 

!)avis & Ni'cholsU (jlc seph 

GeArge M. Nidhoh), barbers, 8|L8 W 
Walnut. ■; . i j . |j-y -, 

. ;.)ay.isoi: , 4 — -, ■wkai Bur iside <$5 JKehoe. 

, [)avis,pi , Anna Mi^s, wks 315 w Cen er.| 

pavisor , . Charles ; Lj, compositor j lies 
! \jQi der, r over; 908 w Walnut. 

JDavisoijl Clara P. Mri, r 908 w 3rd. 

j|)aV|iHou{ Frank S.. jeweler, It. N. Brom- 
| ! legir 90J8 ^ 3rd. j ■ •' : 1 

' Uayis, lienry M., gtuc ent towa Business' 

• f College? ; I ; f . .'-j - 

)aVison, O. H., res! estate and load agt, 
I 207 w 5th l r 1540 wj 8th. : f < . 

•Davison, W;jE., operator, r 113 w llnh.j. 

•patison William J 'garjdener, r Walnut 
Crenk, rir westi city limits. I '* \ .-.■" 

Davissoti, Granville G,/ room 20, Oiapp 

blkjp lBfowpthj I * |- , 
Davy, -k artin L, eLgin(ier,jr 1375 w 20th. 
Davy, ^>terj lab, rJ439is 2nd. i* 1 , 

Dinv(leii"A.jJ/,: wks brickyard, r Green- 
" woolParkJ' J ' ,f • . , ' \, 

DaWcs, Asltley W., elk C. M. Dawes 
Su[ >ly ho,, r 1012 w 3rd. 






Klf 



SICKELS &. CQ., 



11^123 West Third 8t. 



Dawet 



n 



Supply, Cp., r217^ Wjilnut 



)aHve{ 



C^i) ^15 w ^alnut, r |lj013 w 3rd. 



awe 3, 
aid 

.-Dawet 



, Edwin ^1., elk V. JVI. Dawes Sup- 

pl|yG6., rl0l2'w3rd. \\ M 

, [Leslie, cllc C. [M.i Dawes,rr|l012 



Dawpc n, 



^Bert E., wks H 



, Charles M., (C 



Parmelee Library 



Mi Dawes Supply 



C, M., Supply Co., (C. M. Dawes 

— ) grpners, 5>15iy Walnuti 



:cl.k Daw is Supply Co., 
19th and |Cot- 

8t. 



awe^ 
w 3)*d. 
f|)awei, Wilbur tL. 
ri.012W3r4. 
awir , C.m.; barber, cj)f w 
^ ta go Grove aye. 

Jawn 1 (j. H.,lab, r667jw2: 

1 )aw8( nj Elbridge J., ,b <pr, Iowa Savings 
atdl Loan Associitien, r 1512 U w 
Loqust. j 

awsjtmJ P. A., teamste:', r ]l020 e Lyon 

awibi. Hardwilre Co., j(P. P. Dawson 
ar d -—) props., 314 w 5^h. ' 

flawson, Barnes "Vy., bacber, r 818 1 e Bu- 
c^anah, 

^awson', <J"/N., stoiie cutter;^ r 1022 w lith. 

Dawd(»n, Jphn J,, stijlent Drake Uni 
y<rsity,'r 2930 w Bi-attleboro avc. 

Plawson, Lucy R. Miip, student Drake 
Uiiversity, pe 2930 w Bjattleboro ave. 



tlib^roiave.j 



MarthLiW. Mrs. 



iwflQn; Samuel It., m^r Porpeiuul 

910 w Walnut. 



Day 



n 




Cj>.,rll5eatb. 
,| Frank A., WK: 



3 Das 



Pifk. 



1, r e Logan nr 



1 w Walnut, £ 

rrant Pnrlr . O 



DJEiws(Jn. P. P., (pa|w80r|i Hardware Co.), r 
21 w Grand jive, 

DkwfldiiL Samuel *•,.,, . 
'VV apch Movement Co., 

]Dkw£i(in, Sarah Mrs., r 1'22 

Dawson, StephenT., la 3, Grrant Park. 

Dny,|-- — electrician jc unhide & Kehoe 

Day, | Austin, Deluware,<32, je Des Moines. 

Dny,i Charles,, waiter Sa^ery House, r 
jJCfeVSth. 

Ds y,j] SditW Misaj Wudetlt lighland Park 
Ndrmtll College 

Day,; (Ejdward, raider 



wS« 



►rattl 
r29^ 



2930 w Brat- 



Uoc 



a Valley Coal 



koines Cotton 



Eastpn aye, Grant tf 



DayJ Gjeofge, ednfecti^ne^y 115 e 5th r 

sime. 
Day,i G^eorge, wkf B. jS. J^lbbs, r 311 w 
'• Lpcust. ' ' 

deorge, student Efighland |I?ark 
formal, College, rclomb College I|all 

Bi gglas ana Carriages. I IH rr f M * 

II' r 



i c> 



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OYER 



603 and S05 WiUiDT ST. 



THE LEADING 



174 



DAY 



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D^S MOINES 



Bg«j t * Day, G. W[, teamster, r 13$6V Walker, 
ftfi gg Day, Harry B., electrician j 205 w 6th ave, 




I^IEECTOIl^. 



**6}< 



Dayton, Vernbr, Istudent Highland Park 
Normal College, iooms College Hall. 



oflgco . ' r 1305" jw 9th, 
gp£ Day, Henry, fireman C. B.l & Q. R. R., r 
&adR , 316 e sj 5th. | 

5|^NJ Day, H. P.[ cljk John M. Day, r 423 e 11th. 
£ Day, James, student Highland Park Col- 
lege. ! 7' 

o i ' 

Day, J. 1|., student Iowa Business Col- 
lege. . 

Day, James G., (Phillips, Day & Crosby), 
r 1305' w 9th. ! ; 

Day, /James V., wks Capital City Laun- 
dry, bcls 114J o Des jVBoines. 

Day, Jane, Mrs"., "r 510 e Court ave. I 
'.Day, Johii,retiie(T, r 815 w Center. ; 

^ Day, John ML; real estate 406 o 5th, r 
■"l 423 ejllth. 

S Day, John] W., carpenter, r 4th nil New 
§5 York ave, Lake Park.. 

g Day, Josej)h, Savior, 22, Des Moines. , 

«-; Day, Lutlier, janitor East Des Moinds 
i HighlSchool, ! r 1413 e Walker. i 

I- — ' I ! i 

19' Day, Matthew, lab, bds It? w 2nd. 

22 J"- Day, Matihias, j miner Co<jm Valley Coal . 
. S3 Co., r 508 e! Court ave; 

^J m Day, Marv Mfss, r e Des Moines, cor 

^Cz Moines, j p 

Day, N. F. (Day & IJarrod), r 1146 



, — - ^, , 

Pennsylvai ia ave. 

Day, Mary A. ^iss, student, r 808 e Des 



Mi 

141 . w 24th. ( 

III ^ P a y» R( ? t llu > r 1Q2 ° w IIi » l1 - 



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Day, R. R. farmer, r 423 e 11th. 

Day, Samuel, gpocer 22J w Court ave, r 
222 w Court ave. 

Day Street, third north of Center from 
west i 10th 'to 13th. ' 

Day, T. Mrs,, 1JU4 e Wal 

Day, Win. A.,! carriage 
Court ave. ■ 

Day, William IL, teamstet,' r 316 e s 5th. 
Day, William ! M., carpenter, r' 902 e 
Maple. j | 

Day & Harrod (N. F. pay and D. Har- 
M rod),;ine,at market 1156 w 24th. 



cer. 

painter, r 570 e 



Deakin, Charges,! elk, ii 
ijeakin, Ella If, r 121 
>eakin, James E., 
ave. 



1301 e Capital ave. 
$ e Grand ave. 



J 

J S | Dayhaqkj Kate Miss, wkk 1716 w Iliglj. 

^ m °I Dayton, Edward, barber Jacob Schmitt 
■■ £ rooins 515 to 6th ave. 

Da ^ Dayton, Harry! M., student Iowa Busi 

<i QP830 4- ] 



painter, r 1215 e Grand 

Deakin, , Joh^, nlptorneer. I Des Moines 
Electric Afreet R}', r 1301 e Capital 



ave. 



Deakin, II. C,ir 1215 e Grand] ave. 

Deakin, Lou,! tjtuddnt [lighlamji Park Nor- 
mal College. I 
Deal,: John K.i r w lOltli cor Clark. 

Deal, Lawseil |K., student Highland Park 
Normal tjollege, r w lpth cor Clark. 

Dean, Altertjibrakemau C. St. P. & IOC. 



R. Rl, r 4^3 



w 



s 6th ave. 

Dean^ Annie Miss, wks 911 e Des Moines. 

Dean, Clara , E. Mis *, student Capital 'i 
City Commercial College, r 504 w 
Chestnut 1 



Dean, Florence Miss, 



Dean, F. W.^ dentist) Marquajrdt blk, bds 
Aborn House. 

Dean, M. F., j>kU P(|lk Co. Swings Bank, 
bds Aborti Jlptisp 



Dean, Jacob, jjH.L fireifnau W. 

508 w 13th 



|R.R.,r|0 
Dean, J. IL, (jri 



Grant 



Dearden, Thbmas. H 



NIELSEN, HANSEN & CD* 52 



GftRFlriLD C(NE FKK^E |CLOtel]te STORE, 



Mrk, r .21 e 13th. 

Dbarborn, Charles, pressman 
I Newspapei Unim , 

Dfcarden, Gr&ccMrs., r 330 w s 5th. 

Dearden James, coa . miner, r 3£ 

Dearden, Je^ny ^liss, bds 814 w 

Dearden, John, lab, r 330 w s 5tl 

Dearden, Simon, lab, r 330 w s 5th 



; ll 



f 108 w Court aye. 



e Des Moines. 



St. L. &'P. 



Dean, Kirk -Si, ihngr T. T. Haydock Car- 
riage Co.iw 6th ;ive cor J^inp, r 1419 
w8th. : 

Dban,M. F., elk Pollc Co. SaVings Bank. 

Dean, Patrick, wks National Starch Maui 
ufabturing Co., i Grant Park. 

Dean Street,] foMifth south o f Vine, from 
j Des iMoines river to east 2d. 

Dean's 3»b-|l)i\l8ion, from Buchanan to 
Freipont^ bet ; Pennsylvania ave and 
east 9th| i 

Dear, Sarah 



Western 



r East 



w s 5th. 
Vine. 



., lab.; r-33^ w s 5th. 



Dearden, William, 1 lb, r 330 w a' 5th. 
DtUrduff. \\[ lbert, teamster, r Grant Park 



Locust Street. 



Continental 



DEI 



ifairk Patrbk, Jiofctei; C. 




;3ES MOINES ikkE 



De'artriger, ftejiry Ct, traveling saJesWn 
IJ f eech Soap Mapufatturing Go. |Pp- 
luque, &. . r 1812 e les, Moines. 

'Dearinger, Jared, reil estate 200 w 5thj^ 

(04 w 5th. .■■'., i 



.{. R., r ^ji n w 



cor Elm. 



Menk (Boys' am I x Ctill Iters i Cto thing, 

FU, NlhilhQ GOOD 1, HAW, QAp8*VAL 8E8. 

cc n \kiAi miit e t» '**r\B o VTI 



WES 



St. P. & fe to. 



Doasy, 'Denjnis, lo^omo^ive 5 fireman|, r 

422^ e fllen. 
D(|aton, G. W.J driv<|r Ma[ple Grove (foal 

'and Mining Co. | !• 
iAaton, Noa i|)L, 1* [300 Hv 25th. « !" 
Deberry. Andre w,.ce, rp 1 eh' ;er, r 1338 epes 

wks over 318- w Court 

eant^tei* Union Mer-i 



iMoines. 
Djbolt?Addi|eM$ss, 
J ave. 



Djebolt, Charles L., 
fl cautile C(o., r 12^-w Jjit, 



labj ]• 1208 2d, s Dps* 



Deckerj Olive 

ibdd over )05 w Walnht. 

i 

DeCou. A. 



Commercial C 

ave. \ | 

rsey, J 



Miss, iressaikr.MissKig 



imes 
addleijy 



stihlent Capital dity 
dlle'^e, r 547 w 0th 



IieCoursey, 
Moi hes qi 
WalWt. 

Coursey, M. E., compositor, rooms 6ver 
201 w. Walnut. 

DbCourseyj l^ewton 



W 



H (t'onrt avp. 
De<4; 0. E., 
Y mercial 
DjDetg, Charlcia 



stjudenti Cap: tal City Com- 
College. 



1402w2*ri. 



jW jwtUfo fcl 



! o., 



Dobolt, DavM, wks 

5 T 128 W. ) St., 

Dubolt, Willi im II., 
Moines.' • 

DeCiaggio, Fraujc, grocer|820 w ^Mon|rpfy 

,-r same. I . ,, : 

Docker, Dora J\tiss, ivks , Windsor, lid is'e. 

Docker, E. II,, traveling ialqsman Fuller 
f ^ & Johns m Manufacturing' Co., b(l 
l 1 Kirkwoo 1 House. ;t ,.' 

' I/taker, 'Jennie Miss, dressmkr room 4 
| Meek blfi, bds 202 w 8th. 



Jnioh Mercantile 



k 



it 



i, harness mkrjDes 
C6[, r'ov^r 201 ; w 



K., harness mkr pes 

Moinel Sjiddlerjf Co. rtfJ06 w 3d: j i 

Dpmer, .^m^s, wks State fair grounds, 
r Fair Grounds. • j . | • J :' - 

Deemer, Joseph, fcreman Capital City 
j Electric tight .Co. r (i28fe Walker 1 . 

Ujeerjing, Wiiliimf*C6.,« [William beer- 
) J. H Wilson gen agt, 2Q3 



&,' 'traveling salesmapyr 



Walnut ST., 



:ory. 



2309 
Qoal 



Deets/ 1 'rank, groce fifes iind! feed, 
For it ave, r 1402 w 23rd.' ' \ 

Deets, Trank, carp enter . Proctor ^ 

Mines, fads Clifion ave nr Proctor 
CpaLMines, 8 Di;d Moines. • j 

Diets, ftl^ttje 1 Miss, i J402 w 23rd 

Diets, I, p., iCrystalj Oil and Gasoline 
Co.) r lQ(m w Locust. 

Dehey, I'homas, bi|f elk freight jofflce C. 
!. R. ] & P ^R.'R.i r 1310 xt- Walnut. 

DeFoi, ! i d. F.JN paper lian ge r Holland & 
Nen,rl325 w 14th. J 

DeFord, Jefferson, lab, Proctor Coal Co., 
' rj Sevastopol. j '^~ 

D(jFord. Xelsolii, lab Proctor Co|al Co.,r 
I Shor;, nr Franklin.avi', Sevastopol, 

DeFord, T.-.T., engineer, r Slxbrtur Frank- 
'lin uve, Sevastopol. j ' ' 

real estate, Jill w Locust, 
Nirth. \ 

iley 82, I)os ^toinos. 



peForesb,!. B. 
1 , r w 35tli cor 



:< 



DeForej t 
De'Frain 
i tlin. r 

■ ',Ab(j 

DeGrati; 

DeGarn o 
w 2iit 

peGarn 

DeGraf 



L.EI, iVa 
, Cha :les, 
Works, 8, 
l House. 



De 



rJc 



Alfred, lajb, r 760^ 9tli. 



Jess' e M 



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COR. S 



DEL 



XTH. 



175 




prop Enterprise! JJot- 
lOahd 12..wl0tli, bds 



Louisa ' 
W. 



, Miss, 

. Mrs., 
prihter, r 



92 



• DeHaaii,! Chris ;opher, (C. tDdll^iuiii & Co.) 
' 202 wj 5tli, r 8^jl w 9tl|. ■ j 

ilaaii and A. 
E. Rice) dentirfi supplies and furni- 
ture ,.c ver 607 nv Wall lit. 

DeHaan, .1 [attic Miss, prh iter Dai (y News 

Co., rjtlO e /Pennsylvania ave^ 
Deitricl.E., harnes| mkr!J02i^ wflth'aye. 

. Deitricl- . A. B., (Ba rd & Deitrickj-r 217 e 

• ' 9tu J ■ ■ I A ! ' 

Deitriclj , William, \Wks D. E)c itrick. r 217Jo 

9th, ' ! ' ' 

Deihl, IT. 1|V., Vallejr 30. pes' Moines. 
DeJafrnott, 



ifeirspn! nr Frankl 



rY. 



V 



Pol , 
DeJarmitt, -Ik W., carpent 



raiiklin ave, Seva*tdpol 



Delahuibt, Andrew, retire 1 r 300 w Short. 

Dejahnnt, Andrew cook C. E. Kelley, r 
50( w Short. ' 

Delahai nt, Maggie Mist, Sstenographer 
, Mc Ienrytfe McHenr} , p. 1019 w 4th. 

Detlama: e, William, ; (Delkumare& Co.) 204 
" " 1210 w Crocked 



Utabllahtd 



i '• ■ 



1871. 




teacher,! r 1241 



r 1241 w 29th. O • 3 



) w 13th. 



A CD 



Jose'jph W., elk Jaquitli &• Co., 



n ;ive, Sevasto- 



r JeiTerson 




STEfeLE, 

Telephone 394. 

South 3d 8t. 



W. E. JOBNSOB m m 



lY'6 



DEL 



I j Locust St 



516 e 



1st. 



!! 



Stoves 

Vapor 



IJES MOINES DlREOTOKr 



Ddamare[ & C( ., ( W. J. ! Delainare aha 
! i Samuel Monroe) fruits and prodfuce, 

204 w 7th. , 
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■, ness College, rooms 510 e 1st, 

Delander & Hedge, (C. A. D elander, and 
W. ill. Hedge) real estate, collecti n 
and intelligence bureau, r 501 w| 
Walnut. 'J 

Delaney. Jennie Mrs., dress mkr, r 15|36 c 
Capital ave, ' 

Delaney, itohn II., agt Western Brpnz( 
Co., rj 1315 e Cooley. 

Delaney, [Norma Miss, elk Lang Bros 
roonijover$19 w Grand ave. 

DeLano, William, wks Hotel de Horse 

I}elany, Nicholas, wks K. D. Janes & Co 

r 1524 e Walnut. 
Delay, C. !b. Mrs., r 1332 w 25th, 
Delay, Theodore S., student Drake Un 

.versity, r 1832 w 25th. 

Dells, Margaretta Miss, r 115 e Walnut. 

Dell House, Pqter Collins prop, e 1st cojr 
Grand ave. 

Dell, John, wks Des Moines Mauufactui- 
ing and Supply Co., r 96 e Grand av(j. 

Dell, Joseph, r 96 e Grand ave. 

Dell, Loi^is, r 96 e Grand ave. 

Dell, Mattie Miss, w r ks Amsbary & Co, 

1111 e Maple. 
Dell, Mosjes, lab 1 , r 1111 o Maple. 
DeLong, F. L., carpenter| r nr Des Moinc 

Brick Works, s Greenwood Park. 

DeLong, James; W., wks Liverpool ana 
Des Moines Packing Co., r e 8th cqr 
Railroad ave. 

DeLong, J. L., prop Oil Line, r 513 w 15t 1. 

DeLong, Robert F., teamster North D^s 
Moines Ice and Coal Co., r 1718 
6th ave. 

Deloug, Solomon, carpenter, r 400 e 8 7tji. 
De Long, Willijim R., carpenter, r 1718 
j 6th ave. ! j 

De Louis^ Octavia Miss, 'music teacher* 
756 e Locust. 

De Mar, Rosa ^liss, wks 705 w Park. 

Deming, Belle Mrs., teacher Lincojni 
School.' i 

Deminte,AnnaJ E. Missj waiter Morgan 
hdus^, r 876 w H, i | 



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Denjinte, Hattip Mn.,|r 876 w H. 

De Mbss, Wtiliam 0.'A agt fruit trees, r 
314 e 13th. ' 

De Moss, W H. prop Pennsylvania 
house, 310 e Co irt lave. 

De Motte, Jiini3S S., retired, r 620 e 12th. 

Djempsey, David, policeman W.St. L. & 
P. R. R., r 10u6 w 8th. ( : , 

3em,psey, JJ, c lief engineer Des. Moines 
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Typewrite r, r 025 w school. 



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Edison Lig;ht Co., r|508 w 3rd. 

>empsey, John^ teamster Charles Ijlewitt, 
r 105 w | Grand we. ' 

Dempsey, John j elk billiard robm Savery 
house. ,i ' I j 

Dempsey, Laoue IVIj iss, wjts Winfield Til- 
den, r 507 kv Gi and aive. . 

Dempster, Itol ert (The Robert Dempster 
| Cd.), r 8(31 i W 'mi ' 

Deiiipsey, TJhomas' 
1 niess College. 

Jhal 

Iress Co.,Jr 521 WiJra.i 

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De Mutt's Addit on— frbk( 

Jlock south, bet east 10th anS 14th. 

Denbow, Archie W , wks k. F., Getchell 
^ Sons,jr|i5 w Cherr^. 

Denbbw, Franikj 3., r 715 w jCh'erry. 

Denel, John ALK.ab, r 52Ji wl School. 

Denejsky, Thomas, (Depelftey & Jacob- 
! ' spn), r e; Gra,nd ave cor 1st. 

Dene] sky &J^obson, (Thoinas Denelsky 
and Solorjion |J. icobson)^ \ second hand 
goods, 312 w Court ave. 

Denn^an, -~-^, lab, r 716 e Mjaury. 



J, student Iowa Bus- 

De Muth, Cha)rl(js t\, agt I American Ex- 

putt's Ad^itionf— fropi Arlington, one 



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l)ennan,*A, N., Bii])t Des Moines Water 
' Co., r w ^i-anjd ave nr 86th, Green- 
! yvood Park. 

Denman, Hen y, ldnch rooml 3lS w 4th, r 

1717 w 1 20 h. ! 

Deniston, W. S., real estate, tropins over 312 
I : w 5th. i] ji 'j 

Dennis. Adolphus !5.,mngrPehni8 Duplex 



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Dennis, Albert, niAer Proctor Coal 

L5 Maftis n , 8 Des Moihesi 
Dennis, AJtSen , miner Des^ Moines Coal 
Co., r 415 Hilh ide aveJs Dbs Moinea. 

Dennis,^ Beish lkliss,wks 5()9 e Walnut. 
Dennis, C. {>., Ktb. } r 1^20 w Grjind ave. 
Dennis, C. W., physician and surgeon and^ 

CJChe Dioctor Allinghain Co.), r over: 

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Deinis Duplex Writing 

George A; Je vetll pre* 
ley, vice pres,; W. E 
t ■ A. S. D>nn|8, «jec?y 
Locust. 

Derjnis, Emma Miss, 

TV Grand jive. !' 
Dennis, Harvey J., jbldpr Cirtef & Huksei, 

; r 813 w Walnut, r ' T 

Dennis, Heniljr, r nr 
: iSevastepol. 

Dennis, James F., mi#efr,r 
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Deni is, Lyman W , elk R 
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Deml|s, Minnje JMJiss, 



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Walnut, room i 818 jw Wal aut. 

Dennis, Johij W, miDerj Xjiion Coal Co.^ 
, . nr Oriioi^ Mino, Sevastopol , 

Denr Is, i., studenv Iokva Business Coll|eg& 



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815 1 Madia m 



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librarian Highlanl 
- 4 ' nk ~ Grand ivv. 



1420 w 
school 



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:)onjiey,E. At., i.w ks. T. E. Brown w eld. 



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)enny, — Mrs., r Weir '419 

>n)y B. S., stucent DraYel 
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Denny, Charles !o 
. and Literatut 
'1333 w 28th. 



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) w Grand ave. 

earns, Ordema 1 J, . M rs., drjessijnkr, r 
T^jvlSth. I i 'I ; . ! ■ 

DehAis, R. B., city elk, offlc e' City iHai J { 
I 1406,wCrock<!r. 

Dennis, Richard, ] $., trapper C oon Va 
Ooal dbL- j r ■ 815 Midifon, 8 33>fe£ 

Mornes.]; i 

, DeWs, Stephen jA., minor Tan Ginke] 
I 'Ml "Co., r! i\ w cot Jeffersoni I Jul 
) pleasant, S^vistcpol, < • . I- 

lS)eni jis, William 3 1., . ;ity a *t Watts T r< is., 
! t-iOGOw^Ort'sthve. 1 ' 

Penais&StbuW., (C. t. jbennis aini 
[■ , \V. ' F. St<j>ude r), ] mysician s and si ir- 

geons, (TJhc! Doitor'Allingham] ci.) 
>ver413 w JkVslnit. \\\ ! 

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Redherd, ^Norton 
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Das Moines ixpress and Tiansfer Co. 

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Denny, C lristopher^ 8., traveling agt Es- 
!.terly Harvesting Machine Co^r 1004 

■jw.Mihj/.. ;. ' .;| .- ■ 

Dbriny, C M., cteh Durstinf # SamUton, 
I rip : w4tl. 

iDehny, I lza 33 ., general 
] Harv isting Machine Cc 
ave, i 1624 f 4th. 

Deijny, larveyj L., studen^ . prake Uni 
jverailyi r 19(16 w 25th. 



Deririy, 



att ^sterley 
. 412 w Ciurt 



Harvey &., bkpr Estei*ly Harvest 



i^ig Jtachih. > Co., r 1624 w 4th. 



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Denny) Thomasi H., r 1316 

Denver Street— Thirteenth 

Moines ,riye i, from 6th 

Northmoreliind. . 

Depew, J,B., railway posta 
Grand ave. 

Depew, Thomas p., painter) r over 102jw 
WalrJut. I.-., - : 

Denew, N,J Gran i, 1., e Dels; Moines. 

Depew, Nathanh 1, lab, r 7^2 J ci Locust.- 

Depew, William C, pressman Chain'ber- 
llain^p, :r.884-.w ISiJti. 

Depot Stbeetj- Second eo\ih of Walnut 
froml west md'to 4th.i 

De Wy, Emenop, bkpr'Y milder Brps., 
\\ ]rl61(^.7lh. \ '. jj 

Derbyshi: eylMiiy Mrs., dresstrkr over 516 
;wWtln:utjbik322wlcih, , ' t 

De Reese Jfohn, elk ,Moel er Bros., r w 

iSrdorjSholit, '. i I ; i . d . 

D$pier, Benjimn, wks Ij)es Moines Jr W 

.' Broom ^(."ilkAjbds 510 2 (th. : ; "O 

Derring, Mint ie Miss, wl:s 1016 w Lo- *n§ IL 
^ust. . 1 ! ' '| ■' So 3 

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b ?treet|-(Wk|; Oak)— lietween \fkt C=»i 
10th ^ :lth frohi I Scott 1 16 r35 
, , . .rpm Sc i'ool to G rove, and from * 2 

i It^jl^^, ■. i i r o3 

D ^treet- -Betwee a east Eou|*te.enth and C/9 

| • 'lHfte< mm j'roi a Railroad, avef to Scott, 3B Q) 

from Mairketj o Court ave, and from 2 g 

Capital av4 to Grand ave. 3Ea 

De8enber;. William, studehtj Drake Uni- &o 

iv4rsiiy,b4 jl309w.26tpi. ' O 

Dea ijaur ers, Edf ar A., mngr East ^ide <x> C 



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Derricksc n, 1 Abnzo, lab r 668 e Court/ nve. 

Derth, S. I., miiil ;igt W M Slf. L. & P*. R. 
I R., be ^s JLogan House. 

Oak)— between wbst 

lth frohi j Scott | ltj> 

ParkJ froml School to Grove, and from 

Enos to iNjorltli. ' ' f 



ii8ser & pro., r 1017 e 



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TELEPHONE 871. 



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705 and 707 WALNUT 8T. Ladiei' Fdrnishjni 



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DES MOINES DIRECTOR. 



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3I3SIXTH AVE. 

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o) Des Moines Acad amy of Art, Lawrence 
*| A. South wick, prin., over 617 w Wal- 

o nut « 

S Des Moines box ) Works, J. E. Aid *ich 

c/j prop, mnfr paper .boxes, 220 w 2nd. 

f% q Des Moines Brick Manufacturing Co., 

■"■■ - S. A. Robertson, pres; James Callanan 

c Sj secy, office 102 w 5th. 

c • o D es ^oinea Broom Works, Ar.iold 

■ JO BrothersJ props, 201 e Walnut. 

? * " J Des Moines JBuggy Co., C.L. Watjous, 

pres., J. II. Cloy es, : vice pres; (1 L. 
F. Browne, secy and treas; .». B. 
! Stanley, juipt, n e cor Oth and A Madi- 
son, s Dels Moines. 

Des Moines City Directory, Iowa Di- 
rectory Go. publishers, ,1. P. Bush- 
nell, compiler, 410 Iowa Loai ! and 
Trust BUIg. j J 

8. Des Moines City Library, Mrs. Uejlla 
g B. Morst^ librarian] Y< M. C. A. Bldg., 

< w4th cor Grand aye. 

° Des.Moines Clearing House," W. D. Ijucas, 
pres;. I. Gt Hounds mngr, office Citi- , 
/.en's National Bhnk,w 5th cor Wal- 
nut. 
^ iii Des Moines : Club, L. M. Martin, pros;' 
(Q[ Jjj Horace Seelev, secy; Lew Burnett, 

H treas; 43 j w 7th. 

z Des Moines Coal and Mining Co , Ed- 
O ward Turby, pres; Charles H. Mor- 

w ris secy and treas, !413 w Oth av \ 

^ o Des Moines College! Rev. II. L. Stetson, 1 
dC ^ pres, w i)th cor College ave. ■ i 

Des Moines; Commercial College, Pil-. 
kington!& Barrows props, ov?r320 
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; pjres, O f ' W.JE1 iswprth secy, w Grand 
; aye, cor 12th. , 

pes Moincjs [Detective Agency, L. H 
Bradslkw nngr, M. G. Dial secy, {J 
1 1 fip rpomfe j) and 10 second floor 303 w 
; ! Gthayej. ' j 

Des {Moines Edison Light Co., T. g. ' 
. Hastings ptesL J. S. Clark vice pres 
I ,J|. F. Rdnjnd^ treas, 101 to 113. wi 
Chestnutl 

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ncs Co., W.JW. Dull pres, 
Drinack secy, 812,^314, 316 e 



sior Works; W. .8. and 

A. J. ^mjill props, 126 [and 128 e 3d. 

Des Moines Express and Transfer Co. 
lacliajdd, Frankenfield & Co. prons'i 

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Des Moines Employment Bureau. 214 

w4th. 

Des Moines F 
H. JVt£C 
1st. 

Des Moines| fivk Insurance Co., J G. 
Kouijds pfes, J. H. Merrijl treas, J.S. 
Clark! secy, 4 )5 w Court ave. 

Des Moines Fuel and Lime Co., Per- 
kins & Perkins props^iealers in coal,' 
(joke, lime, cement, fire brick, sewer-j 
pipe, gijn])o\7der, guns and laminuni-! 
,tion, 31$ w 6;h ave. i 

Dea Moines Glo re Factory, Hermann & 
&>wnie props, mnfrs gloves and mit 
• Jens, 312 w (burt aveJ 

Des Moines Griphic, (weekly) A. l\J 
Ziegler ningK 813 w Locust. 

Des Moinek Ha'ck Offick Mo 
props, 11!^ w 4th. 

DesiMoincs JSat Works', C. A. McNal 
j )rop, If. }L [McNall n|ingr, 416 w 6t' 



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Mote Bros 



]\Idinis (Ha)y and C^al Co., 001 w 

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GGY CO,, i 

WH(jLEGAIjE MAOTFACTUEEES OF 

Fine Open wd Top BUGGIES, 

jl^oad Carts , Sprint jWagons, 

SWE_L BOnY £nd PORTLAND CUTTERS. 



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MANUFACtdREt) Oi^liY BY 



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H, p. Teachdiit 
Secy and treas, 311 

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Iijetherington ma 
20|th and 21st. 

Des Moines Hojisp, 
107 eiWalnut 

Des. Moines J{ce| Co. 
pries, W. G. T»vfn 

wj4th. ,; . 

Des M,oines Institute o 

Hospital, Cha'le 8 W.EM 
' seicy, 613 e Lyoi 

Des koines Iron and , Metal 
oskey & Cohen 

Dei Moines Lau id |y, 

, proj), 210 w Court a vej telephone 6 

Des.Mbines Leajler, (aai^y and weekly) 
Henry Stiver 3 proprietor and pub- 
lisher, B. L. I [aiding business mqgr, 
420 \v Court a ve L * 

Des Moines Lile Agsouu.tion, L. 

. Coflin pres, L G [Raw sop secy, .C 
Rawson mngi , F oster 3pera . blk; c$r 
8th and w Wtlnut. | j 

Des Moines Linseed Oil Works, A. 

Abbott mngr .It. E. A,nkeney a^ist 
ningr, 108 £ c a 4tl i. 

DesiMoines Loa l and Triist Co., wjjl 
Ham It. Ankeny breU.W. H.Har- 
Wood secy am 1 ti eas, e] 6tjh cor Locui t. 

Des Moines Malt louse, JJ ¥■. Greer surit, 
e$eottbetl8;k:ind2)th I * 

Des Moines Maiuiactu]|ing and Sup- 
w1 ~ Go., N. S.I McTonnell pres, G. 



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J. S. |McCormicJt 
ergines, ,boilejrs, 




J. M. Graham 



! - st^am aunips, (pal mining puchinerly 
, machine and' foundry work, 101 fo 
,121 e (oijrtavel 

Des Mom js! Mart le 



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and Mdntel Co 1 ., 

pres, Joseph j Kp*sh6r 

supt, E. B. GundrUjm 1 s^cy, Wholesale 
4nd ret ai| marble, granite, n lantels etc 
701,7Q3and70Sw: 

Des Moil ei National jBaik, R. F. 

Wellsl iger prek, "" , '. Fi |Nc well cash, - 
w Wal riut, s e cor 3th aye. 

Des Moines (Nation! il Bank B!dg, 522 w 
Walnu,' ' F; 

Des Moin^ News, (aaily and weekly), 
J. J. Hamilton ed tor, P. 3.j purley 
busiheis mngr i)eu Moines News C\ 
publisl ere, 203 yr l>th. , j 

Des Moines ' NewB Co., ; (G. j L. Mc- 
Cracken, John J. Hamilton and P. $. 
Durley) props and, publhh'ers Des 
Moines Daily ard Weekly News, 203 
W'5th. ' _ '■ | T I 

Des Moinei Novelty Oo„ FA. Baylies 
!' pres, H, W. Parker secjyi] infra Per- 
fection HoreeTmTie, ltlf w 4th. 
Des Jloiric s Nurseby Co., Hill & Rix- 
tine pr )ps, oyei- 315 e Cth. 

Des Moinjs Oil Tank L)iie, W. R. 

IStewaT, pres 4 , W. D. Dunshee cash, • 
' e. 4th cfir Walnut £,ve. ,, I 

Des Moinei Patent Promoting and Manji- 
fact uri: lg to.. IMJ. P, Turner prce, J. 
^. I^oIIl treae, Gj H. fljuttenlo^her 
i secy, mrifre Edejr Ball Car ^~ l ~»— - 
"j room 2 Equitably "Bid g. I 

Des ! Moines Philharmonic 

|l Thcma j Hattpnj jbres, 

I 'fi'ecy^ 31 . L.Bartieit musical I director, 

, o!ffi(e6l8and62)kvLocust. 

Des Moines Piano Company, Chirlef 
| H. Sw<neney preSj E. C.| Kohn seci 
j -407 w Walnut. v| [ ! 

Des MoineB Plating Works! Phinney a 
' Wagon 2r pTClps, over 215p 5th. 

Des jMoims Post Oliice, Ikaac Brandt 
pobtmajter, w 5th n e cor Court ave^. 

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K<;eler 



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Addbebb, P. v. Box, 7: 9 



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President, J. O. Rounds 
1st Vice President, S. A. Robehtson, 
2nd Vice President, J. Hi Bates. 
Treasurer, J. II. AIehrill. 
Secretary, «T. S. Clabk. 

AasiHtant Secretary, F. S. Fhack^r. 







ASSETS OVER $200,000, 



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DIltECTORS. 



Ex-Gov: S. Merrill. J: K. BateB, JL G. Rounds, ' 
A. Lederer, M. Carr, J. C. Clark, ! 

J.H.Merrill, Jo*. S. [Tarn, S. A.Rob irtsoiu 

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Insures against lire, lightning and tornjadoeq. 
Losses promptly paid. Helping toj build up Iow^ 
and home institutions. Patronize a Honu Com- 
pany. Money to Loan on Real Estate Seem ity. | 



Des Moines pottery Works, E. L. & J. Li 
Weeks props, s end w O'th ave. 

Des Moines Pressed Bri6k "Works, 

Norman Haskins prop, % milt west 
7th st bridge, s Deji Moines. 

Des Moines Quintqtte Club, Jacob 

Schmidt violin, Max Krpmer 1r ioliii, 

- John St3ele viola, O. C. Brannen 

viola, Gustave W. iMaxon cello, office 

407 w Walnut, : \ 

Des Moines Relief Sojciety, Mrs. G oorge 
C. Henrf treas, 610 w Utli ave. ' 

Des Moines) Rubber 
Stencil! Works, 
pres. John Newburn miigr, o 
w Walnut. 

Des Moines Saddlery jCo., W. E. Huffman 
pres and treas, mnfrs wholesale har- 
ness, saddles, halters ami. tlynejts, 309, 
311 w Court ave. , 

Des Moines Sanitarium Co., ,J.,B 



Stamp, Seafl and 
A. 1. Nmvburn 

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pres, J. W. Hays vice 



pres, i 



Spurrier secy, rodm 402 JLowa 
Trust Bid" 



Tattojn 

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Des Moines Savings Bank, P. m. Cas 



300 w 



ady pros, Simon jCasady cash, 
i Walnutj 

Des Moines Scale and Manufacturing 
Co., «t !»• Smouse presj J. |\V. 
Smouse vice pros' J. M. St. Join secy, 
w Grand ave, nr 3d. i j 

Des Moines Scale and Wire Works, 

II. A. Clow nin^r, 235 e 1st. | 

Des Moines Shii-i; Factory, lWey;& 

Toussaint propsj over 511 ;v Mul- 
berry. I j i! .| I 

Des Moines Shoe Manufacturing Co. 

S. C. Green pivs E. J. j Norton sfijy. 
S. B. Elliott su )t, 312 and 314 )v Court 
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pjrop, 2))9 

Des 



momeE 
[from Des 



3hiw Case | Works, S. H. 

tei prop, 813 \jr Walnut. | 
Soap Wor^ ks, ijeander Boltdn 



Mowers secy, John MilL 



treas acd tnugr, e 3d cor Vine. 
1 Moinos SteamTibaj Co., L. ™, 

Mann fires, F. Olmste:. captain Wist 
cor Center. ' ' 



St me Yarfl, W. A. Steeje 
w h 3d. 



Des 



I oik pre 3, George 



S tre< jt, third n orth of Wain it, 



Moines riv 



Ho east 26th, 

oin^s fMeet Raitjway Co., I S. 

Hippee |8ecy 
Jewell bnl 



ajnd g<kil njngr, W. | 
sunt, office SOI w 5th| 

Des Moires Tent ana 
L. L. Hamlin mngrlj 



Griffiths bin 



tents aid awnings, of Br 219" w 4th. 
Des Moines toilet Supply CoJ, JohutH 



gr, 1720 w. 12th. 



Des Moines Transfer CtJompany, sjth 

(Jrahajn & So^i props[ 308 w Oth afe, 



Des Moines! T 

'."iangr, 



Awning (>■>., 
Manufacturers 




i'lV 



0. 



secyjw 



~~ Jirtink Col, G. C. Davis 
706 w Walnut. 

DesJMpines Underwriters Union, E. 

| W. Allabaclte pjres, C. B. Rounds 
; mngr, room li| Clapp 8 Blk. 

Des Moine 3 Union Railway. Qt. % 

I Dodge Dren, F.iM. I iubbell 
| Cherry let 5th and Git h ave. 

Des koines Stock Yards, w 11th cor Vine. 

Des Moines Waterloo., F. M. Hubb^ll. 

. pros.; A. N. Denman, sec'y. and genl 

mngr.j Office w Graad ave cor 5|th, 

works w Walnut cpr 16th. 

Des Moirei Water [Power Co., E -TV 

Likes, 

L Meac|., ^ec'y and 

'iv 5th. 



Goode, treas,; C. 
mngr; office 417 



/ibWipion, 



Keep y<Wr 



^e a 



wife 



J9 111 



Home Off) 

cbu 



Towne & 




w 



E. RAWSON, General Manager. 

at home and 
orfyourself 
associ- 



J0, 

mi' a 



Stl 




noney 
: policy 
th this 
ation. 

FOSTERS OPERA BLOCK, 

id walWt streets. 



hange Brokers 

8f1. C3LAPP BI-OCK. 




d<;s 



■■ k > 

8T. [JOSIPH, MO. 

Branch Houm, | 

(18 ff[2d Sties II (lilt 



I|.^i MOINES Blfi^OTOKY. 



TENT 



«on 



V MFRS of ^ KINDS 



fcj^s 



CANVAS 
GOODS- 



WRITE FOR CATALOGUE h PRICES. 



IL I 



2.9 WEST 



Brethren ehur< h, r 704 
Detrkfy James H., |]Detrlck1& 



F0UR1H ST\ 



Des glomes Yeast Cp., ! Ge ?rge Cassifiy, 
hres; C. L. Dtlh )erg, vi^ e pre's; J. dtto 
ijngstroi^, sec 1 ^) andtrejis.; over *01 
^Walnut. |. 

Pes Moines Zoo bgical hardens, 7th 
i cor Coming av e ., Lake 3 ark. 

Des Moines & Kansas City R. R. ; T 

^.Burger, city passeng *r and freight 
agt, city office fp2 wj 4t|,' depot w vth 
cor Elm. 

Des Moines & ifrorthein Railway, 

Si L 'Stevenson, gen'l i kt pass d^; pt, 
»[J P. Jennings contrac ;iug' agt, city 
ticket office Sail ery IIoi se. 




Equit 
bldg, depot w,< Jli'^rrjy n vtftb. 

Dessinger, J. G. Re?)., pajstor United 






rSabinl louse 

Detrick & McMlrtlini (.lames H.. Pa- 
trick 'and D CJMcMart n), attorneys, 
rooms 30 and $ Clapp >lk. 

J El i ■ ' I 

Detwller, Anna I % Miss, t iafcher Ctirtis I 

Marfle. H' . *" | r " ! 

< ress j ni(dels,ir 1701 



1 V., 1 min< r, 



r 133$ 



e! 



e 



' school, ,r 1208 

Detwiler, Henry, 
', Maple. 

Devanoy, James 
Buchanan. 

pevaiiltj 'Ben jamih J biikor -Shaver & DoXs, 

rover ($14 els;. 
tVvaiilt, Fnnk, lai 
e Vault, Hannah \l 

Cottage Grovel aye. 
.I^'vaiilt, James,. 

-V'MHe.s. 



Bloomflf 



I>cva|ilt. Jacob, tea Tiator, 15 
( K rover G14 lb Istl 




^yon. ' ^ 
^cMartic), 



1H18 vllittfi. 
l'-.t w 25th ii e cor 



] )evau: ^ La : •'ayette, blacksmith J 1907 w 
Co ttage 3ro\4 aye^ r w ■ &5th |cor Qo\- 
- j taj;e Grove avj. i ■ ■! : (■ \ 

pevin, Daniel D.< bkpr J. M; 
, 12( w \ Woodland ave. j , 

Dejin, David C., rjtjred, r 923 wl^th. 



Christy, jr 



Ipevin, Maud B. Mjissl laundrekfe, r 923 
■I , Wj 7th. , ' >:| ■ [ , | ' 

Pevina y, Bel je Mi js cook A. Frink, room 
32(iw Pulton av 3. ■ I j | j 

]beyin|aK J. EJ, lab i> 1^16 w 2njl. 
])evinay, Maiy Mrs., r 326 w Po|Lton-ave 
, Deni lis, traveling agt, r, 239 e 11th. 



id 1?, pes 



oomfieM < 



Coal 




Office 




1 ' , < 

Manufacturer* «f 

* """'floor 




D^V 



181 



school, 



'. )evin^ , Johd, endineer Union 1 pElevatojr, 
rooms 1(0 ws 7th. 

!)evini ey, Jchn C, barber, 406|eiB 5th. 

'. )evitt, John, miner Polk County fcoal Co., 
r (113 Moiroe u Det Moines. 

")evitt, John,, miier Gibson Coal Co., r 

, 3i:. Monroe s Des ^loines. | 
] )eyolt Magj ie Mrs., '(vks Allenjs Laup- 
dr/, r 18 8 w !3igh 

J )e Vo: e, Pa 1 id, j anitdr Bryant 
l4:S0e"^alnui;. 

!)e Vo*e, Ja^ies E,, orderly sergeant adjjt 
ge l^ral of Iowa,.r p.420 a Walnut. 

!)e^or<, Wil iam W., jeweler, Theo. 
R< gg,r: 420 e Walnut! 

Devos, Arie, machinist Dennis Dupl4x 
. W -iting Machine Co., r 850 w 13th. 

Devrie ^ Bro<T, carpenter, r 1023 w K. 
'. )eVal t, Mar; r. Mrs., r 1 3^ w 1st. 
PeVey, Duare A., woo< ['turner Andersoi 
Plin|ngMill,rl3(5wi]4th. 

;)eVey, Eliat, shirt nmfr, over 505 w'Miil- 
. be rry, r : 416 w f25t i. | : i 

;)eVey, v Frark H.,' - student I DeiJ JLoines 



C( llege ; r 1333 w 

D'eVey, Fraik W., cs 

14 h. i 



4th. | 

rpenter, i? 1383 w 



MdineiBiooiii ta, 



jrltNU^ACTC RER! OPi 



201 



w-J 



ilaist Wi 



Biooms& Br 

|k Rua'anpeed1<)jjbe FlratjClaBs. 
m wii,o] dork Pre inptly Fil fed. ! 



Iriiit St^eeit. 



t 



TS&Snt Elebtrlcal Matefial upssu 

wainut st[ ?ho rc 49b. 



tllri 



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B 

Of 



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DES MOINES 



jIIiuMIJ U 






L 




DES MOINES DIRECTORY. 



5; 



_ ' CS ! ' MANlTFACTUltEHS OP 

CO * l 

Sss -*5 . Pure Raw and Boiled 

Si LtNSEED OIL), 

^1 Oil C^ke and Oil Cake Meal. 

►—* SL Oftlco and Works, coruor Kant -Itli and V 

^~ *— • „_. 

O t- DeVev, Hettaij. Mrs., r 710 w 7th. 



GO 



rt\c8 P<5\vey, M. A. [Mrs., r 710 w 7tli. 

|£j ^ DeVey, Mary K. Miss, r 1410 w 25th 

j^ « De "Wild, Hqnry J., engineer Wesjteru 
tO.Jj White Bronze Co., r 301 Monrj)e T s 

£h ""S Des Moines. 

td"c5 De Wild, William, weigh master : U 
! ^«2- Elevator, fr 1010 \v 10th. 






ijoii 



D&j 

,sto- 



DeWire, Anna M.J Miss, laundress 
Moines Laundry, r Main, Sev;, 

, poi. ! » 

DeWire, John T., lab, Van Qinkle boal 
Co., r Main, Sevastopol. 

DeWire, Patrick, Jr., miner Van Gitikle 
Coal Co., r Main, Sevastopol. 

DeWitt, Fletcher, teamster Redheid 1 ^ 
Whitney I r 2029 w Clark. ! 

DeWitt, George C, carpenter, r 2029 w 
^ Clark. P ' 

M DeWitt, John, teamster Bloomfield Coal 
J Co., r 115 e Allen. 

H DeWitt, Russell M., physician and sur- 
• , geon, over e 0th s e cor Grand £ ve, r 
I 1430 e Capital ave. I j 

ȣ DeWolfe, Albert, conductor C. R. I. & P. 

3d R. R., r m w High. i 



Dexter Street — from Dearie ave to 



Wa] 




nut, Cottjon Mill Addition. 
I, Dhieneman, Herman, wks Prputyi- 3ow 
I ler Soap | Works, r 710 e Maury. 

|^ Dial, MiiuralJL G., painter Holland & New, 
« i rl215 21st. 

<Ji Dialon, John, carpenter, bds 518 e 1st. 

Diamond, William, bridge carpenter ( 
St. P. & K.,C. R. R., r 322 Madifeon, 
Des Moin^B. 

Dibbern, Sophia Bliss, r 524 e Court 



r 



Golden Rule Clothing House 

D. M.JOHNSON & SON. 



ave 



Dibble, Stella ijlisf:, stenographer Cuin 



mins & Wrigh 




.Die 



'> 






r 1315 ^ Pleasant. 



J>ibel, J. A., stud^.t Capital Qity Com- 
> I meicial College, r 910 w 0th ave. 
l)ic|ert, Elizabeth Mrs., laundress, r 705 w 
Elm 

Dicert, Biley, wks McDaneld & Co., r 705 
wsElm. . j| ■ ' [ 

Dickens, Robert S., carpenter,. r 402 Jef- 
ferson, s Dtk Moines. 

Diekerhoof, John, wks Capital City Gas 
^ Light Works, r 013 w 9th. 

Diokerson, Ralph E.,ofliee cJkDr.,Cojvin, 
! rooi is over GO w Wajn'ut., 

Dickey, Aciam, (Randall & Dickey) imd 
pre* Polk (Jot nty Loiiu & Building 
, Association, r 730 \v lOtjh 

Dickey, George, c^ok S. B. Gartpn, r over 



e Locust. 



Dickov, 'George :$., elk d. 11. 1 & P. R 

|C r822 w 3id. ' 

Dickey, II. W., fcjtudeut Iowa Business 

c'-:j'-e, 

Diekldy, .fayuV., job printer: Watte rs-Tal- 
botti Printing Co., r 12p wf 13th. 

Martin, oonor, r Chesterfield. 

Ropert, h.b, r e Capital ave.' ' 



Dickinson, 



Starch .ttnfg 



wL'R. MKENY, Ft 98. W. H. tfARWOOD, Sicy. 



Dickey, 

lackey, ,„ 1 _.. I ., 
Dickhorn, Fred, hb^ r 170S b Des Moine 
Dickinson, Bert, t tudent, r 1215 w Locust. 
Dickinsbn, Bryan , student Iowa Business 
! ColegeL 

ipickinibnjD. "#., physician, Manpmrdt 
t BlkL w Locusjt cor 5th, r 1815 w Cen 
; ter. * ' ! ■"'"•'», ' ! 

bickiusjn, Edward, foreman National 



Co., r Grant Park. 



RoberL bkpr Des 'Moines 1 Na 
itioijal Bank, • 720 w 4tL 

Dickinion, W. It., physician, Marquardt 

' jBlEwLocuSjtcorSth, r720w4th. 




Vk 



School County 



.N 



617 



TJ<2> 



L ESTATE M0RT6A6ES, 



and Municipal Bond$ 



E. Cor Eijst Locust and 6th St». 

T 



Wost 



^ ®!LiOT3Eil£fl*i 

HATTERS 'AND FURNISHERS. 

»t Walixnt St. Pep Moine 





ESTABLIS 



HOI -ft SON, 



ITfl.GIliO 

JDiiiver Gobdi 
all Pa 



jail 



,{ 



ii DIB MOINE^ MRECTOiRtf. 



vioir eys 



EU IU 1861. » 



Dto.Alo 

inwuro, 717 

I)jcl s, Alviu E.,. 



nzo 

Tii 



:i 8, ai 
10th. 



DJcks, Edwiq. c 

10th. 
Dicks, Jennie 



I '. hardw iro, fltoveb lind 
W Walnut ril21wHigh. 

elk A. F. )leks, r ullj> w 



A. y. DicksJ r (JlGiw 



Kindergarten 
Hig l. 



4 W 

)ick^, 



12th cor 



Dicks, Kober; A. 



ft !il a, vol mteer ' teaclier 



Dickson, George. 
sitv, rooms |' 

Dickson, Jail es 

Dickson,! MarV 
Moines Yeast 



Diejtrich, Belle 
'Redstone, r 



Dietrich, Donate, 
2{)2ifw(jth 

Diejtrich, Wil 

j rich, r 217 e 
Diejtz, Al ce .Mia 



T*- 




Proprietora. 



ii ident '. ligkland 
1 Normal poljhjge. . j 

student Drake Uni 



ian, 



tieitz), c6a] 
Mgnis, A. iL.iiitly salesman finger 



ufacturinx 
Dillon, deor 



ITft 



.nut. 



i i 




, 



Lincol i school, 



Harness mkr D. 
flth. 
tfkpr Di3tz & Dietrz, it 
|,725 ejMaileLM • J 

1 Diejtz, Colnrad, retired, r,725 eJMapM. 
'TMz, Davi'd| (JDfetz & pieti) r |30T e 

i plaple. 
'Diet Frank, cat defter Prbctbr Coal Co. 



Dietz), : 725 



DjekGeorgd^J (Dietz <S 

Dietz John 0., traveling kgt A.. T. 4 St. 

i ;Jf.r;rJ! f ^ 

Diet? & D^iiz ■( (David and Gk(j(rge 
imeand xrick 413 3 



0( 
e'W 



., bds 10 



I 



to 



jjbnaall Railroad 6 
■p.bf the Jitiy. > 

QfflK J, »< * WoHt Sixth Avo. 



8T. JOSEPH, WO. 

Branch; Hou« i, • 

118 «• 2d St. Des Moines 



i 



Dillingham,' 



| (Court a 
Dillingham, 



l - ■ 
Pirk 



niver 



™w27tl. 

MJr9^2:V23rd. 

b. Mis 3, bkpr Des 
Co., t 923 w, 23rd, 

rllss, r elk Gold stone & 
3Jl)7e9th. 1 

harness and saddles, 
Hl7e9ti. 






Diet- 



Mm-' 



: 4 e Court 



7 student], r f 317 e 



irdSCo. 



E. A.(Mr8. 



Manufftcti *er« of! 

gh Grada Floi 



3illoi,' G. \ff; : MrU IdressmM r 1317 
Walnut! 

)illo i, J. G.j Mrs., 

Dillon, Johij F.J ctyp^ter, "f- 17(^7 e Grajid 
;ve. 



DIP 



£3".w5th. 



ye. i • 

Japes, 
ourt a\le. f! I 



oarpenten 

I 1 



'. )il8aVer, Hokei^s^ Mask studenji Callai 
' College, rooms 24 Driel'Blkl 

Dihvorth, Cliarles Hi leputy 4eas V 
do., r l)19«9tli[ ] 

ilworth, Nellie j Mihh, Htudent Highli 
'ark Normal t'|)lcge, r 1019 e \ 

)im nitt, JJr ixtoh, lab, r 803 W| 1 lth. 
)im}nltt, El:a,r|TO w 11th. . ■ 

jtovesi'JWjw Mulberry, r 1003 
Mulberry- \ } ' ]• | ' . \ % 

;)immitt, Ja)nes, cool^, r 803 w lith. 

pinhotri, LJylia;Mls^ wks A/iington 

nr Fran din. ;j 
Dinjjmpre, S irjfb ll. ^.Ir^, r 1433 
:)ippel, Lou s,|(bippel & Seiberlich 

[2'njcl cor' C)iestnut. 
:)iripej, iLuli , r 101(1 ^v Locust. 
Dirtpel &'^eib^erlich,i (Louis Ijippel 



, drossm,kr, r 9i 



uz 



r 



1 r 91 ! 1 



an 

)lk 

nd 
th. 




CO 



Frank >Sjeiberl|ch)J grocers, w'2|idn 
w cor C iestnut. 



iod . co 

w *"» 5°^ 

W - 

ave tQ ,a * 

;! B ^ 

w Gth hve. Q 53T 

w J oo 

H §. 

and .g o 

j, ^s "^» 



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J 



;Di^)pert, Friderick, harness mkr T^f-.K 

Dippert r .lboO U K.- 
Di|)pert, Jot eph, f barber, 121 

931 w 2nd. 

:)i|pper l b, William E. 
dlerySU w.7th, r 

■ i' * I < l_ 



harness 
223 w Short. 



avel 
Wal- 



)es Moiries MnfgSoSu 

ip e4&t court at. 

Engines anilBoi 

Bullden of— 

]0AtTMEAIiMILlB, I 
afcAIlT ELEVATORS, 
MILL SUFPLfESJi 
BP jTINGI OLOTH, j I 

GLEVATORSOTPLIUS 
1 1 MINE'SirpPLIES 

ENGINE GRS I BUI PLIEfS 
foun(je!rs, Machinist*, Boiler Mhk$r$. 

I -if ; " : M '- ! i I. I 




DRUGGISTS' SI NDRIES\ 

224 arid 226 West 2d St. ( 



WHOLESALE 



Des Moines . 

Scale a|d Wire ■ forks. 

(Buecencn to Union Seal* Works.) 



CO 



H. A. (LOW, manager. 



225 East First Street. 
Res. 705 Lyon Street. 



Des Moines, la, 





Fairbanks Pattern Scale?, also Improved ^'air- 
banks Scale and Miners, 1 Scale. Scales of all kinds 
Repaired Promptly. Coal screens of all Kinds 
made on short notice, and" Fatfcy; Wire Work for 
Offices, Banks. [Counters, Desks, Windows, etc. 
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. 



RANTEE 



St. 




D 



DIRECTORY. 



Dipolt, Fredj lab, r 1749 e Maple. 

Dirkson, Frank, fresco painter, rl3l2 w 
9tli street. 

Dirr, John, engineer, re Fremont bet 16th 
and 17th. 

Dissmore George A., asst cash Iowa Na- 
tional Bank, r 1540 w Linden. 

'I ) ' ' ■ 

Division Street — Eighth north of Center, 

from west 1st to 4th. 

Dixon, Fraijk, cook, r 130 w s 3rd. . ' 

Dixon II. ()., ddntist A. L. McCarty, 
rooms pvef 423 w Walnut. 

Dixon, Robert, wks White Line Transfer] 
Co.-, r W 6th ave cor Mulberry, j 

Doak, Edmond, student Iowa Bus uess 
College. 

Doak Emma, Miss, wks Kirkwood House.! 

Doane. Charles M., brakeman C, RJ I. &i 
> P.R.R]., rl423e Vine. i 

Doane, Frank, gardener, r Easton I lace, 

Doane, T. I.I., janitor State Boarl of 
Health!, r 1732 e Grand ave. 

Doane, W. M., teamster, r 1005 e Maple. 

Dobbin, A^ H., traveling salesman Weir 
Plow (fo., r 1400 w Center. \ 

Dobbins, (jreorge R M salesman He id $ 
Traverpy, r 1019 w Woodland avje. \ 

Doble, Lucius A., tinner W. E. Jolmsoiij, 
r Harding Blk. | 

Dobson, George, medical student A. W. 
Hoff, rooms 514 w 4th. I 

Dockendorf Nellie Miss, elk P. £ 
rooms: 1005 w Walnut. 

Doekertv, James, wks Carman & S( 
Mfg Co. 

Doekerty, [John, wks Carman & Scjhmitt 
Mfg C)o., r 1528 Capital ave. 



urtz, 
hmitt 



ItlQ 



DesMoinesi'HfE 



Gravel Roofer 



DOD 



Dpckko}mjFernan<flo> wks pes Moines 
| Malt House, r 708 e Des Moines. 

DpckBtaderl Cbarles ' B., (Dpckstader & 
I Wilkink t 1334 e Grand ave. 

D'ockstader, Ezra, r 977 w 24th. 

Dockkader, Francis A., painter arid paper 
j hangerf Hollan I <& New,! r 977 w 24th. 
D(6ckstadeij, Frederick, teamster, r 978 
! | w 8th. 

t ockjstadeij, Georgb L. f elk ! Dockstader & 
W ilkiqs, r 13& : p Grand ave. j 

ocwstadei, Joseph, r 520; (j 5th. 

ocKstader, Lizzie Mrs., r 520 e 5th. 

Dockstadei, Russell R., bkpr, r 520 e 5th. 

jpockstador & Wilkins, (C. B.Dock- 
' sWer ihd P. C^ Wilkms), dry goods, 
boots and sho< s, and gents furnishing 
jjoods, 331 anc 523 e 5th. 

Dodcl, Newton, wl a Blue Line Transfer 
fco., r£47wGthave. ! 

fDodd, W. D., student Highland Park! 
j Normal College. , ' I 

Dodge, Frs.uk', grocer, 1012 w Locust, 
1014 w Loemt. . i . 

Dodjje, Fn nk J., ilk Frank! Dodge, r 1014 
f j\v Loci ist. < 

Dodge, Harry II., wks U. S. Express Co., 
I r 121 e Grand ave. j 

podge, Israel, brtikeman C r R. I. & P. H 
11., r over 161 1 w Locust. 

Dodge, N.W., r 932 w 7th. 

iDodson, Benjamin F., traveling salesman, 
j iWestern Wluel Scraper Co. r bds50j 

w Grand ave. 
Dodson, C larles M., traveling salesman 

F. Albrecht, 3ds Hawkey e house. 

Dodson, Fannie Miss, opdratpr Western 
| Union 1 Telegraph Co.j rooms 502 w 
i Chestnut. 1 j ' 



1}.T. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 




PaYis jlill '?o. 



\ I 




Branch House, I 



ST. JOSEPH, MO. 




Mulbery 





IL.LE 



tioAtnciorf tor I lamblm ;, Steaitf, [ifef. W, 

DES MoltfES BffiEC TdRY 



DOD 



i 



7. F 



WfestWalr 



uf 



S 



Dod^on;]' , ran 



[109 w Walnut, rll70W| 



Doench, iTheolere, 



bach, 
Doling, 



I 



r82Q 
Dhar! 



Doepng, Minnie 
'e 8 5th. 

Dokerty, Charles 



K.C. 



lVn 




Wellbi.ager, Iresidenp. 
Neyeli., Cashitr. 



treet, 
x!th. 



justice 



w3-d. 



es J 
[Woffls, r 010 e 



>A 



R. R 



,r5 



■Dok|rty, Daniel, 
Dol&rty, ,[olin,f< 

■itarty, 
1 ^larli 

Dohjerty, 
"train 



fcitie 

3t. 

Willjam 
D.M. & 



, Market. 
Dolllberg FrankfO 

j- r a ^ e - i i ■[ • 

Dolari, J Ai nie Miss., 



Domestic 3ejv 
[mgr, m w 
DWal 

.' :.Br|ns|nai(l t 
oe, Barn 



oiali 



fPark 
iav 



, wks , domestic 
s £th. 



Soap 
iss, dresbmaker;r 613 



br 



iii 



en^ne 



1 w [Ma *ket. , 



cklayer 



PL 




S. E. Cor. 



3f , the peace, 

6th. I 



supt factory, LL Har- 



er : D. MJ & 



fore nan con Eruption train 
, <fJ. fl. R.,r Ul w Market. 

, dressr laker, r 5li w, 



r }071 w 2nd. 



H., wkE construction 
K. C. J. £., r. 411 w 

■ i 
tailor, pq> 120 w Jti) 

-i . : ! •; " 
wl9th. ; i 



svkfl 808 

Dolan, B. J., <engine( r C, St. f. & K. C. fc R. 

bds 1 ogan Hou ie^ ( 

IJolan, Fa Qnie Miss, wks 71 

poll, Altert JV, si^n painting, 212 w 4th, 
j jp llOSiiw Walnut. T 

ijoinbaclj, Ch,arlep W., 
;MercjJutile 

aye, 

ifrg Mkchine • 
Loc ist. 
ioe. Annji Miss,; cl 
r ,51 L e 2nd. 

tt, lib, r 511 



Fratik C 
■College, n 



ave, I, Ipghhjud ,1 



) w. 19th. 
ng,212tJ 

mngr JJnion 



lrnett, J 
Do^hoo, B, P. traveling salesman. War 
eld HowdlllW^tto. 



irk. 



Co.l r w 3$th cor iForest 

o^R.Hellyer 1 

Perkins & 

e^nd. 



, f qtudpnti' Highland 
orris 5 



u cor Euclid 



ING 



Leout. 'fti at 70. j EOT Wi Til 



CO 



M 



ohdhoe, He ny O.Jtimier Bolton 
1314 e Vine. 

I)oiiahoe, John, wks Mdrritjt 
511el2nd ' > , , 

Dpiiahoe,:Li2;de Miss, ell, r 511 
Dpuahoe, Ha^gie Miss, tailcr^s 
Walnujt. • ] i 

>' Dpuahoe, Majjgie Miss, wks B.Tf, 
r, 511 e ? 2c d. - I T 

< D 3i lO&hiue, Junes, Delaware I 2f' 

Moijlea. "-. I 

DJoiLOhue, Barney, traveling Isal^kman, n 

1619wLnden. I - 

' Doiidhoe, jChi.rles W., lab, r fO^Kv 8th; 
p or iahue; Evi i S. Miss, r 1 35-; e Mh. . 
~ piahue^ James, lab, r 412 e 
orohuej Johhl wks Ficlej 







ano 



s 4t i. 
&: Gouldi 



i 



laver 



- ' ■ I 

cotnter, 305 



r 1043 y 



D 

Dbiia 

5jLlel2rid 

Doe aliue, L du Miss^, w 
DoWsji-'IOleSth.' 

Di>j]oque,P£ trick J., restAurar t, 319 
D^pot, r 120 w 1st. . I > 

Donahue, Patrick M., lunc 
1 \ W Depot, 1123 e 9th j 

Dbnohuej'Thomas, blacKsJriiith, 
! 3th. - * 

Don ild, Alex mder, jnachi|(ii's|t EKgle Ir<j)ri 
I Works, r over'3l6 e Cpujt ave. 

Domildsbn, Lavi, lab, r-20» w 8 Ith. 

DoniLld80*n, S irah.Miss, wi:s i61i) w Hirfh, 

Don(^skyJ S., peddler, r 215 e 

.Dopovanj, Clu.rles, elk S, Uos^pl 

Donttvan, Clara Miss, r 1116 <i 6t 

Don(»van,^anie8, carpenter, r 11 

Done •ya.p.J Jan les S., stationa ry 

])es Moiqes LinseettlO^l uo 

t;3rd. 



2 P 



W. Lo< uit 8t. I Al Oarm« its are Made and Trlmhed 
1 j llnLatettind Moat Artlatlo Manhar. 



m lines Pia 

Wl olet ale and fleta 1 1 Djeal 

irst ^lassifi 

r^anp, Slheet Jiisii, ■fijen^ral; 
M ( u8i]eal Mercpanqi j6. 

ajltjo «6ld on ' 



i and C rgani to lent 
^ Easy |Paym >nts 

"<2jiek Sales aud Small Frjcts" 

jRpnei iber the 1 fpmber, 

407 West W 





V3 



W/E.iJOpSON.ShB 




Stoves, Ranges, Furnaoes, 



VAPOR 8TOV 



•8, REFRIOURATORi, 



186 



don DESl MOINES DIJ^ECTO 



Des Moines 




n$Y. 



tF. 



Fit, Quality and Workmanship 
Guaranteed. 



Write for terms* and how to'Mei 

Corner Went Sixth Ave. an'? 
' i : Mulberry. ! 



as ire. 



817 



t»~§S Donovan, Jatnes W., jr., elk L. E. I) 
., i-5 5§ van, r 1 1(5 e (ith. 

,j f^M Donovan, «J(|rry, lab, r 815 w 7th 

' ]g ,**;*] Donovan, Jerry, cigars, 230 w 4th, r 

'S.gj ■ w - 7 * h - 

■ ^ £2 Donovan, John, miner Dos Moines Coal 
. i *-* Co 1 . 

IS *£j Donovan, John, lab, r 1 14 o 10th. j 

^>| Donojan, Li 15.. boots and shoes, 520 e 
0*< Locust, r 835 w 10th. S 

52§t Donovan, Mary Miss, wks Carman & 
IT] Senium Mnfg. Co., r 114 e 10th. j . 

Donovan, Y'illiam J., apprentice machin- 
ist sho :)s Des Moines Union ] l. R. 
! shops, '815 w 7th. 

J)on!\[, [student Callanan College, bds 

! 512 w fcfth. 

Donnell, Vf. S., expert eh 
Moines Street K. R. Co. 



poran, Bridge 
ave. 

Doran, Mary 
sehoo.1, r S 

Doran, S. F., c 
e State. 

I)orbe6ker, Dqra IS 



10 vi 
lkfl 



DORi 



Miss, wks £10 w 6th 



Mias, teacher 



6th ave. 

acRae & Be^iis, r 817 

ias, r 100 



e lpth. 

Dorman, Belle^ M las, student Highland 
Park Normal Oollege, rooms S.tilsoni 
House. | 

Dorn, Arthur, stident mghlind Park 
Normal College. 

Dorn, Ezra D., broker, 401 w Court, ave, 
r 1713 w 4th. j ' ' . 

Dorr, Alfred ti., (j. L. Ddrr& 9ou) r 1114 
w Grand 1 dve. 



Dorr, E. E., p] 
Walnut, r 



Dorr, Ernest, wks 



e 16 th cor proofc, 



w 



3ian, office over 508 w 



.Emerson 



n 



John Trostel 



., r 1332 w 23rd. 
L. Dorr & Son) 



r 



ectriciau I Des 



Donnelly, Charles J., student Iowa (Col- 
lege of Law, bds Callanan Home 

■ i ' i 

Donne r, Charles, fresco artist, rooms 310 

• w 9th. ' 

Doolay, Margaret, Mrs., r 13tk) w Walnut 
Dooley, John, student Iowa Business Col- 
lege. ' ! ! l 
Dooley, Joseiph, trapper Proctor Coal Co., 
■hmm r Park ave nr e city limits. ! 

Aj£) ' Woolly, Mar^, E. Miss, elk C. E. kisser 
& Bros., r 1451 e Grand ave. 

Dooley, Thomas, miner Proctor Coal Co., 
- , r nr Proctor Coal mines, s Deq 

IpJUl Moines. 

• 1 ■ i 

.IDooley, Timothy, student Iowa Business 
' CollegeJ 

Doolittle, Sherman, coachman Dr. Iriestj 

ly, 715 e Locust. 

Doolittle Willard, lalj, r 210 e 2nd. j ' 



r 1114 w 
E. Dorr) 



Dorr, James E 

Dorr, J. L., (J. 
Grand a vc 

Dorr, J. L. & Son, (J. L. and A. 
grocers,; 7ll v Walnut 

• Dorr, J. M.,!capiti ,^st, r 518 w iftli. 

Dorr, J. W.,; Walnut 36, Des Mcines. 

Dorr, Minnie Mis I, r 1332 w 23M 

Dorr, Phoebe, Hiss, siudent Callanan 
College, r 1116 w Graml ave. 

Dorr, Robert K., traveling sslosmau, r 
1204 w 22nd. 

Dorsett, Myra Mb ;s, wks 819 w 7th. 

Djrsey, D. C.,' solicitor '.Westejrn Union 
Tea Co., r 82^: w 10th 

Dorsey, Ellen Mn., r 117 w s 7tk 



Dorsey, Samuel 
, Brook street. 

Dorson, Andrew, 



tai 




InTorls 



Golden Rule Glbthing Houie I t^zJS^S^^^ 

D. Nl. JOHNSON & SON. I 617 West WalXtTst. 






L., brickmkrl r 1888 e 
2nd street. 



ior,r8k 



w 



J. M N. \Drake, 

Grave Roofer 



* 



Office: $23 E. Fifth Street. 



AND FURNISHERS. . ( 
Des Moine* 




t tontrt etori for I lumb 



lle: j p 



T 



DOT 




ng, Steam, | Off. W 



DES koiNES 



P'otsonJ Charles A., student Drakej Uni- 
versity, bus Student!! Home. 

l)6tson, 'Charles L., city a Ivertising splici- 
j tor .Iowa Statf) Register, r.ll60 w 
26ti street. 

.Iiotson, Lewiis B., expressman, r 823 w 
] i Ch;rry street 

Dottson, Wesley ' \fr ' driver, Eli S. Am- 
mo] is, bds 512 rCrO<ker> , ^ 

rtoty, i If red, colle 3tor I '. S. Express, Co. 
; r'ljlSe Capita ave. 

I otjy, E me r, lab r 1 CIS Ci .pital ave. 

1^, Theodore, r 9 16 w! Walnut. 

liofwi, ILizzi?' Mis^ teacjier bds 1309 e 
I Capital uye 

loud, pra |J., student Iow$, Business 



Col 



louder. I)., driver Maple (Jrrove 



Mil in": Cp. 



r(IO 



euro, i 



P., 



....... ...„ . 

. I oud na, Charles, confrae 
' 1KJ-J w 28ljli, rl] "'"' 

. i I ought 1 "ty, Bridget' 



)w.Elh.^ 



Locut. 



NO COMPANY 



DIRECT DRY. 



Doiglaa, 
Don 



,i ! i. 



160 w 

Mrs., Doarding house, 



Dougherty, Ij).j machinist 



r ilOl 
Doiiu;hor 

• j.'Wk, 
DougHor 

• r \~p 
Dougher 

duce 

Dougher 

lJ:|k( 



H.lirOOOwGtliave. . , 

Dpughq rfy, Dahiel j ■., bk'p r Aorita' & Son, 
\\i Otli ave. 

y, 1 Ed lie G ., elevatot boy Clipp 
r 331 Helton ave. 

y, John, wi s Carjnaii & Sc 
3e;Cat)itJill;ive. 

|y, Mifmiel' M"iss,]wkj$ Iowa Prp 
and Ipuit Co., r ( 00 W 6th aye. 
Mjary pliss, stenographer,. 



r & Craig, r 900 v,6t 



Dougherty, Rnbsell S I.,; switchman, r nr w 
|; WthM^oodlatidp^J 
j^|hertjy, Saifah Mjre., r|jfe$ e Capital 



iWlas. 



. - r - p . w , AveU-SeventcJe itii 
1. I I)es.Moinds rivorj, frciml 
west Eleventh. 



W»glas,Chri8tke]yites, 
D>u|las.sSDona]d'M., oil 



!9- 



i ' 



r l4p0 ,e 'Oth. . 

, . — _ bill ulk Bentley &' 

Im8t^drll77w 10th. ! [ \- f ' 

HN^as,! EarLP., i.gt Stir' Union 1 Fast 

•^- hT -" --- 94& 



height Line, '410 w Court! ave, r 
|las, Henry,! pljntbgra >her, r 1400 

mglas, J II. ijtev., [ 1400 e 9th. 

jfwi^las, ,fosie Mrslildressjnkr r over 221 
t Walnut. 



V\|,fOW|ER f 

busij St. Telephone 511. 



T 



glad, 
9th. 



»&om70. jBOT 



ft id SAB httow. 



Mary Mrs., roc 



Mellie, pho 



Dbita las', \ Iiriam C. Mrs., 



p }15w Grand 
.;)h£r, r l^Oty e 
1460 e 9th 



.student, roomB 



.oal and 



or and builder 
28th. |M- 



J.St. P. &KC. 



DpW, fhOmas jjj 8tii'4i'it flra|e lllnivqr- 
3it|):p 12^10 w; 28th. 



Do wd, 



imitt, 



ave 



Dolnrd, 



^)o 



M 



I north of, 
Cornell to 



roc 



1510 w Liiidvn. 

1177 w 10th. 

('stive to State, 
c itibn. I 



Ddocla8, i3. A, medica 
„24w3d/ 

piidlass, JVM t , life iis., 

D<)li3lasp, Juliji R. Mrs., 

fcouffllas|Streefri-Frou J 
I MerH t & Fis ihei '8 

bojgjass, Wiljiari, redljetitaie, r?015|w 
: [Woodland 'avcf. 

Dovetiman, John Ai, fpp'iaf a.; \t National 
I " Ma8br \c Accident As^oc ation, j b<38 
.Hastu Housei ' 

dvi^do, Aug^lo A], vkt IUnnay Barber 
Biippl/ Co.,|jr714 Jliiy, k Des Moines 
tow, Chirle^, ilwks l^st dU Monies 

I) >w, «; ohn E., h|)rse db 
Dow,' I.. E., bakejr, rooii 



Jj87' • 



^ 




>. 



'o. 



Micliiel M.j ral 



r'4i7Hi.ftfonl 



T^ork 



man C. St. P 

rt f "tni '. uva 'a 



Daniel^ action 

-.■ - jfc 1. C R. R.,t 41) .Hjjrt&rd ^aVe,^ 
Pbt3Ioines. ; ,!• 

ler Eu "eka Coal 



i 4r, 1 



w 



03 



bd)318e7tjh. 



3d, 



ye,s]Dis 
workman 

Hartft rd ave, s 



O 

8^» 



Eurtika Coal Co. 
,|s D t cn Aioiiies. 



Dowell, 



r 110B|w ( 23ra. 



il estate, r 215 8 e 



George B. f |c: 



iP.ftnB. r'Soaebdurtavf.i 




D.owellJ|Jaihes W 

Dowell, Sidney J. 

23r.3 
Downey, 
Downevl 

Downm 

Downs, ih 

Col 



Mis 



urrier & 
ndiuctcir ■< 



Moines. 

d st! -i>. 



wd, (Patrick, section 
l&K. C. R. jLr 4 
. J 3eii Moines, i 

1)0 w 3, Patrick Jr., |wl 

1 r4]7|HartfoM &f 

Dowdei,jJuliaMrs.',*wl|.s Windsor House, 

Dojvdle, Alva Jv butch i, r 311 u e 4th!. ! ' 

Dowdle, John, butciieijr ov^rSlde Wal- 

' - nut ' , ■ • 'i l 
DoWdlel Samuel F.,! rl 

- [ fob 

Dowell,] James, 0., ^S|)\ 



ge. bids i{)20 w 



, A;C., retire 
Idwiji G.| 



Dowell) 
P. R. I. & 



03 w 23rd 
teacher,]- 1103 w 



' 



Edward, paii ter, bd* 20(1 w 7th. 
P. E.[ ^u'dc r t IoWa 



rlOSD w 



Ht^ara He 



f riitmbiiia: and 



Business 
25th. 



tjer, Hiihlalnd Park 
Cheilry. 



FUtln 



o !Z 



a2. ! 

CD •-• 

03 — • 

ft 

CD 

4 



n h 



Ulntflh I 



,E 



rT 



klAlVlfiS I>.H.lsr<3, PLUMBER AND 

Dealer in Pipe and Fittings, Plumbers' Merchandise, Etc. oes 



188 



^TEAM ; FITTER, 

V la., Locust St. 



molwi 



DOW 



DES MOINES DIRECTORY. 



DRE 



Join? |^. Prpi^i}, 

QEHSEAL AND PRACTICAL 




CO 



ed. 



- HMD H0R8E8H0ZR. 

HoneshoetngiParilcularty attended to. 

All Kinds Agricultural Machinery Repair 
Plow Repairing a Specialty. 

THIRTY /EARS IN THE BUSINESS 

GIVE US A TRIAL 316 WESrjECOND ST. 



Downs, J. H., barber, r 515 e Columbia. 

Downs, William r 515 e Columbia. 

Dows, H. W. (Shaver & Dows) r f^d^r 
Rapids, la. 



Dtfxstator, Wi 
7th. 



CO 



liam II., carpenter, r f)G3 W 



Doyle, IMrs.. dressmkr. r 829 w 3rd. 

DoyK F.J. hn, s6G7 w 21st, 

Doyle, George?, stone mason, r 123 w 
7th. 

oyle, John, lab., bds. 218 w2nd. 

oyle, John A., carriage painter, D 
Moines Buggy Company, bds. s e cir 
6th and Clay e s Des Moines. 

oyle, Maxwell, wks. W. W. Busselle & 
Co. r 413 w Grand ave. 

t)ozier, Asbury L., wireman I less Electric 

LCo. r 1052 w 5th. 
ozier, Fred, electrican Hess Electric Co. 
rabelle, Carrie M. Mrs., r 202 w 10th. 
rady, Charles, plumber r 1183 w Oth ave 
rady, Michael r 1 183 w 0th ave. . 

rady, William, foreman Kennedy & 
King r 1183 w 0th ave. f 



>ragstedt, C. J., wks, E 



ist Des Moines 



High School bldg. r 1727 e Walnut. 

>ragstedt, Hannah Miss, wks 1117 w 
Pleasant. ! i 

Dragstedt, Robert, student Iowa Bussinejss 

College, j I 

Drain, John W., miner yan Ginkle Coal 
t Co. r 1 Franklin ave, Sevastopol. !j 

Drake, A. II., student Highland Pa-k 
Normal College. 

Drake, A. N., bricklayer, r 1019 w B. 

Drake, Edwarc. P., mail carrier, r 150() e 
Court ave. I 



Drake, Ella Mrs., 
I w 10th. 



vost make*, r over .910 



boy Icwa Lqan & 
tpn Place 



)rJ.F. 
ihl Eastoi 



Drake Frank, of 
Trust Co., r Ei 

Drake. Frank O., m 
Searles bqt B 
Easton Place. 

Drake Georgje C.I 
Walnut, r same, 

Drake, G, F.J trav<^L„ fe „.„ 
Bend Chilled M>w Co., 
House. | 

Drake Howard T.Jst ldent Hit 
Normal ColleM! 

Drake, Ira, studen Iowa Business Qcjllege. 



ft. Djaker 
Boulevard, 

luncli co inter, lp2 w 

• i 
ing salesman $outh 
bds Morgan 



jhlaud 



Drake, J. F. N„ 



r Searles bet B ah 



m.vel roofing 2^3 



d Eastph Boulevard, 
Park 



Park 



e5thj 



Easton Place 

j Drake. John A., stii lent Highland 
i Normal Colle ;c 

Drake, John R. bkpi Hurlbut, W(ird& Co, 
r 1345 e Capital ive 

Drake, John JW., bridge builder T. P &W 
j R. R. r 1435 ^ Walnut. 

Drake, L. F. r student Iowa Business Col 

lege. 
Drake, Martlia Mta. 

Drake, O. A. studen 

lege. 
Drake- S. R, Mrs. r 

Drake. Walter, brie 
Drake University, 
Chancelor, B. 



dent, w Nortjh yet 25th ^nd 27th 

li counter and |. news 



r 1500 e Court ave. 

Iowa Business Col- 

r 
1305 e "Grand ave. 

wB. 



mason r 1042 

George |T. Carpenter 

p. Ayleawortli, Presi- 



Drake, y[ t C. lunc 

stand C. R. I. ,& 

w Chestnut. 
Draper, Ernest.bell l)»oy Aborn Hoifoej 

Draper, John Mrs 

Draper, Maud Miss, 
r 1125 iw' 3rd. 

Draper, Simeon, labi 



P. R. Ill depot] r 416 



1115 w ford. / 
wks Merjritt & Bush, 



r 1551 e 



Des Moines. 
Van Gfinkel 



Dreitzler, Jacob J., teamster 

Coal Co., rj Jefferson nr Franklin ave, 

Sevastopoll I 

Drenneu, Charles, tirickmason, r 958 w 

23rd. .".■'■! ■ i. 

Drennen, John E., blacksmith, $15 w 

2nd, 1 37th hot North. . : ,' 

Drennen, Joseph O.^ fireman J. K. & W. 
A, GilcrestLr 31i) e Raccoon. 

Drennen, William, wks Weir Furnace 2°* 

Drennen, William A ., briekmason, r 953 

W 23rd. ! 



os@i5ii^ iLopGi Uisrr, Tm?i AMinrf Tailnr 




Drenheu, Wilpm, 



?Dres 
. lies 



Drew, 
Drew 



Co., 



Drew 



S, h. Mi^s, dress mkr, 804 e 1st, 



SiHlp 



tuitder, r^me , 

slMh, John E., stuchnt Iowa. Busi 
College. ' j 

■., E., elk Bai ke^s JLife Associatio 
46w7tk. 



Drulc y 



¥ 



, ftunuei; mint r Coon Valley Coa; Dudley, jwillia m 



i) 3Q4 etlst. 



William, min 3 :r |P -octor poal Co,, [ \ 51f) lovfa 



bds 1505 w 



SAV 



■i t 



PES MOINE! 




$w4i 



contractor 



Des '. loines 



an( 



Drew] , ( 

r Sc vastdpol. 

/ Drewry, Claire j i Mis s ett dent Highland 
park Nor rrial Colfcg). j , 

JDrisoll, Dennis, studeiit Iowf Businef 
r College. 

Drieoll, W. E. MisgJ dr^ mkr, over 4()£ 
W|h,rsame 

Driske 1, K x teamst 3r Des Moines Manli- 
iacturihg & SiioSply Oo. 

Dri8Heil,,John Mr8.].r 911 w! 3rd. 

r 



1437 e Fr<j- 



Drottjz, C. J., shbemiker, 
merit. • • • - • ' 

Drown Daniel B., traveling salesman J r 
W w 5th. ' 

Grant, notaiy public, 222 Clarip 



23rd. 



•1523 e'Grard 



Drummind, A. N. f Ijab, 
avo. 

Drummind, Samuel t r 15 23 e Granc avp 
Drury, Clair, stude£ ; |h|| hland Pari ; Nor- 
' I riw ilj College, ro( rhs ( ollege Ha 1. 

DrusA, James, condicjtor C. St'. ! P. fc K. 
A ft, R., r $151* |Mu Iberpr. ' 



Druse, William D., 
.' C. R. RJ, bdjs 8tt 

Drysdnle, R. B.Jpre* 



, 1508 w Grand ave. 



Duahulgh, Andrew, 
Norton, Lathrop 



Pubcjiii, C. E. f lab, r tile 



pairlter and pap$r 

b: Shi w. 1 



1 |-T» — —I - 

Dubaijj, James W., 
[ ; linger 1 , bds 411 
Du^oiji, Robert B„ li, 

Duck AvenueL-rhirl! soujthof Vine 
ertst 22nd to 24tll 

Duck,Retta,ML, r 



Dually. Charles 
1J2G w 9th. 

D Wy, H. P. 



■(iriM.E. 



A., 



^■? 





189, 



, Dudley^ Mav B :i is, wM 1424 W 9th. 

Dudley Millie in L.. Unl att I few York 
Life Ind CM., roorns 20i W. 202 Iowa 
LoabandTr lat Bldg, r 171 5 w 7th. 



Dudle^, 



ill 



Mi. El, upholsl-ei} Phi|ip 



H4rbadh,j'608iwi Chestnu 



E.L musician llowa State 



BaW,i?3qT"vShort. 
Dudley l& 0o fli, (C. A. DJidlbyand N. 
\N.fE. Qpff n) attorneys, i-oo ns $16 and 



Duell, r-i — p 

*Cdi,!p wi'6|th ave 

Diienser, Got ;fi; ed, 



o an and Trut t B 
•Jjwcs Iowa Pipe 



'If 



iJremmC. St.P.& K. 

w Mulberry. ] 

smaii Daily Njws, 



forfemairi Reck'ea 
<&Cx,r416w0th. 



Shaw. 



09eSl|av J . 



1430 e 9th. 
(Dudley &,Co|ffln) 



Re; b[. , taktor * Prciapek 
ijihu^li, r|1023 w 8th|.; |^ 



from 



H 



cor School, 

, (Gross & ;Diien8er) 
roomB ov( r 5 (01 |W Walnut. 

Duerr, Andrew J., jknitor : Caj 



r30(jel7th 
Duerr, Fpede -ic 



f 



! and TMe 



i Capitol Bldg,. 



Dtiff/Qliyer, 



section woiknian C. Jt. 



I;-&jP.R::&rTOlepo4rUve. 
Duff, B., Bloi.mpleld 2^, Des fMcjines. 
Dliff, iimma VI. 
: Br08/r9te 



fei|Co., rf 707 



Duffleld, G. 

i Cdmme 



ciu 



MisB, jdress ipkj-| Younker 
Grand ave. 

istgr White' Lfoe Ttfaiis- 
w iMulberrv. 

student O^pfyal tyifo 
College, | rcoms jopo 



'1 



w JjoScue 

Duff ley, ThiinaL, ,cik C. R. I. ddp. freight 
■i. depot rbbn sover 401 \v| Walnut. 

Duffy, Aibett I., wks'c. H.fer< Wn,r 317 
•e 1,5th. [■ • . ' ' j : - - r 

Duffy, bliaiies, |ab| bds 118 w Sd. 
Du^y, jEdwkrd] J.; lab, r 317 e 1 ith, 
J)u£y, jTeJcdb G, labjr 317 e 15tL 

3^, JJM., ungr Atlantic aid Pacrflc 
TeaQ)ot,62)w Walnut, r ^01 w 5th. 
DujBEy, [Maty Hiss, weaver Des Moines 
. ' CoJAoW Mi Is, r Grant Park. 

Du^Ey, 6,;B. ok Younker Bros, r 11G2 w 

12th. ■' ■ ' " ■ • ' 

Pu^an, Acdrejir E., foreman carding debt 

CapiMCity Woolen Mills, r 1220 Ski, 
8 Vfo^ Moines. | , 

CHntor* , icondiictor Q. )l I. i P. 



Du 



ganj 
R. 



T- 15 

Earn 



1217 vWs.lniit 



Du^an, 
^ I cu^t 
i)u'gan, 
Cl^)t 

Du^an, 
ave. 



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rjl415 wJeffenon, [ 

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bcrioultur'h 

U Reduo id 



)4W Jj0 3HSt. I 



Dugan/D iniell wks Pdteraon Bilos., rooms 
rial." U-- -"'''■ ^ i ' t 



504-wiLD 



ina;Mi8f},jtail0res8 Continent|il 
ing Houto, 1 1412 Locust. 

tricfe, lifb, r e 5th s e cor Court 



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Red 
Finest Bum 




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nd Carriasea. 



C»ll lid fo 
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100 



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60S ud 605 WALNUT 8T. 

THE LEADING 




DES MOINES DJREbTOKy; 



j&'ue a/7(^ ^ar- 



sttrqJso 

Spectacles accurately fitted to any eVeB; 

no mattr how complicated. Conj 
^ ■ sultation free. 

311 W. 5th St. ! Deb Moines, Ia. 



£ 



Dugan, Patrick, lab, bds East Des Moines 

House. 
Duke, C. D. & Co., (C. D. and j[ C, 

Duke,) druggists 1301 w High. 
Duke, Charlls D., (C. DJ Duke & Co.,) r 

835 w 5th. 
Duke, Charles M., painter and paper 

hanger buck Bros., r 1434 e Grind 

i o ' 1 



ave. 



Duke, H. A., 



Duke, John 



r $13 w High. 



,, Itlruggist, r 835 w 5th. I 






Duke, W. H , r J1313 w High. . 

Dukes, Charles 'A., asst bkpr C. E. Risser 
& Bro., bds 1702 w Arlington ave 

DulinJ Jacob, r 1204 e drand ave. ; 

Dull, \V. W., pres Des Moines Fence Co., 

r 1J321 w 8th. \ I 

Dullarcl, Ste men, student Iowa Business 

College. 

Dulty, [Bell, Miss, nursJ, r 1038 w 6th ave. 

Dumelj R. C, painter, { 1645 e Walker. 

DuMont, Cyril, fireman C St. P. & Kt, 
j R.IR.. bis 1020 w Cherry. 1 

Diimoilt, Fred, wks I)es Moiuos Glove 

= I W|)rkB. j 

Dun, R. G-. & Co., Commercial Agebdy, 



Sap ue 1 



P. Kheeland mngr, onice 

lg: •. I ■' 

mrles A., wks Liverpool 
lies Packing Co., r e 24th n 



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3 Iff, 



ury. 



NIE 



Eduitab! 

Dunagan, C 
D(js Mobit 
cof Maury. 

Dunagan, Mathew II., lab,r e 25th s d a 
Maury. | ' ! f 

Dunagan, Samuel F., ; lab, r e 25th 
cor Maury. 

Dunagan, Thomas, lab r r e 25th a e 



e 



cor 



e 



cor 



Dunkle, Audrcjw 
sioner, r il20j w 

Dimkldberger, 6. 
A. Edwards, 5 

Dunlap; A. W., 
6th, r 1806 el 



Dunahugh, An|drew, janitor Redhead, 
Norton, Latjhrqp &[Uc|., fr over 512|w 
6th ave. 

Dunbar, Frank JL, ta^ntier^ r over 6ld w 

i 9th. I ' t ' 

Duncan, C. E., siuilent 'Cjapital City 

Commercial (jJollege 1 , r 1508 w I}in- 

; den. I 

Duncan, CharlejS LL blk Sj Ford & Sons, r 

1552 e Deb MoinesJ I ' 1 

Duncan, Frank, c enlist 3 LI w 5th, r 1060 
wllth. | • | j' | J ■ . 1 ■' 

Duncan, John P., lab, r 16: 10 e Walke :•. 
Duncan, S. EL school teacher, r 1503 w 
Linden. | ! 

Dundale, Thomas, wks Liverpool & Desj 
Moines Piidtfc g House, r 50Le a 7th j 

Dungie, Junius, ja litor, r 816 w 11th. 

Dunham, Lee student Iowa Business Cdl- 
• lege., " .' jl •! .| ! |'. •: 

Dunigan, Marshal lab Van Ginkel Coal 
Co., r Lincoln, Sevastopol. | 

Dunker, August, c k Wariield $ Howell, 
rlllSwSchocl. | ( I ' 

Danker Cooperate Works, J. H. bun- 
ker prop'Je 17th bet C. B. & Q. and 
: K. C. Raijlrpad3. 

Dunker, FerdMranc , e -rand dov Goldstone 
&; Redstonk r 6$| e Allen. 

Dunker, John H , ifiDunker [Cooderage 
Works,) r 021 b Allien; ■ 

Dunker, Louis, elevatpr boy Office lpldg, 
UlSwSpliool : I j 

Dunker, Louis, foreman Dunker (jooper 

works, r 65 1 e Allen. 

i • 

Dunker, Louis, lab, r 504 e a 5th, 
Dunker, W. FiJ wqs Randall & [Dickey, r 
942 w 12th 

' ;1 j. 



Commercial 



oust. 



ll 



sidewalk cOmmis- 

utii. ; J J ! | 

J. shipping c k W.i 
1 w Locust. , ■ j 

physician ove -422 e \ 
(yon 



Dunlap, Cora Mise, ati dent Capital City 



70C e Cth 
L.| physician ov<|r 422 e 



GftKPIELD ONE PMCB CLOTHING STORE, 



,SEN, [HANSEN 



& CO. 52f 



e Lyon] 

a, Miss, wks 



College,!: r 1111 w Lo- 

U.UDl>. -I J li I ' • I 

Dunlap, Geoiige W ., phyBician over 529 

e Locust,! ri""" 1,_ ' ' 
■ '•< , \ 

Dunlap, Mary 
; l 6th, r {180p 

Dunlap, Matilc 

Dunlap, J f ML, b 
1907 w [Mill. 



813 w! 



8th. 



ackimitn, 313 w 8th 



», r 



East Locust Street . 



Co itinen al 




Clohiog 



i>: ss:;]^oines pifflc ipRY; 



i 



R^L 



Rftll ^ A ¥«?' S ^S.°^L A n A CP[*J Clothing, 



N Wjft INQ Q00D8, HA T8, OAH A VAUSE8. 
E$T IwALjNijT ST., COR. SI^TH, 



DW[ 



191 




Oar 3(11! Tt*Qj, 



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■w;6rk. 



$lo ;k. 



GLOBE 
40tl tVESX [WA^^T 



Dbnlap, 
Dualap, 



,V t , InsJagty 1 } 
ZeUca, ' \ 



Dunipire,, George 



ollege, r C )l}eta 



Mr, 



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Dunn, Blanche Vlis^, 



best 



, ; r 



629 e 



STREE 



T 



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Maplci 



ark Norms 1 Collegi i, 



., r .'4)02 vr Loj ius 

student 'Callmari 
Hone. ! : -j, 

stttent Highland 



Dun^d H., bumieb$ 
Jantl, rooff 8 1 M 

llotfel. , I I I 
Dunn 1 , Charlies Wf.,! 



)Etud3 

' ifark Normdl Coll egje, 



ih|]gr Iowa Mate; 
ngerla European, 



T 



t Highland 



2116 



<f 



trie i 

ive. 

It 'I ' 1 
E|unn, John At, (jlk ;A,. 

w.tith' ive. 

Dunn, John W., paintbj*,) i 

, DunL Schuylei, (J., 
' (4 rand ave. 

I}|in:ler, Georgia Miss, 
, ?ark Nornwi Coll(|ge 

Dun iipnr, Albert} F., tjnjne 

415 w 3th. , 

ikn ihee, Emmh, F) Ml 
Converse, r [23 w Mil 
Dundee, ^. S., * ttorn 3}; r]od 



l*lk w4thc(fr Waliiif, 

Dun*hqc,H. H-. Mrsjrb: 

D.unrti(je,Walte] 
TankUneCo 



1: 



Sis 



cttUrctl 

Mtlbllsiid UI7I. 



w Meek 



Duni, David, wl:8|CapLta;l City Gas I 
|o.,T2')8et 2n<^. 

Dtmn, E. B.,; painter, jr 

Dunj v $eorgje, stjudoiit Highland} I 
for nal College! ' ' 

Duni, George H, elk 

j fr608w8th. j 

$mi, Grace, ntijdtmj; IfLi^hland, | 
formal Col ege; 

Djinii, John, mo ornfe$rl D^s 
trie I Street }y Co 



W. Rogg 



Moines I! lee 



1519 eG 



Woins'tock, :• 

1871 e 9tl 

pafnter, r i:L 

1 ■ ! 

stiidfent High 



. H. Kr 

I l 

1 58, pkpr (ff 



nJ 3 R > 
]• 1434, w 

5th. 



CO 

H 



* 



Dupbntl PNfdkr Company, H. P. dollihs " 5 
aistjri.it ^gt204w5th. m 

DurLd ( (!airi3U;Mra.,^9i4 v Walnut g |B 

Durknd, I re d, elk Heary Plumb, r 914 w ° 
WJUnit '"M - . T 

DuijanM (re >rge'.E.J c'lk Callarian & Dur 
and, 1 Q 14 w Walnut. 1 

Wank W. R , elk ii. B. Thomas, r 1177 z 



s 



w ]2th 







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>arkj 
Co.> 
'ark 



: J anc^ 
835 



& e 

I 

Hi 



D., (11: Dels MoindfOill 
>., r423w5th. I jl 



ling, 
7th. 



DuJ*ant, Jklobi lab, r 1401, e'Majple. j 35 ^^1 

Duranjp, Iceland Iron Co., Ji.mes Cal r m ^^; 

laian ]>re3; J. A. T. Hul), secy; rpom H 

300 Id^atoan and Trust Co|Bldg. ! w 



DilrtirJRU har^lcont.uctor C. St. P. & E. 2 

C.R. B.,.bcl8 714 fv Walnut! 1 . | 

, Diiri^: r. I restoil E . , business mngr > \) 

!, j,;Ddfyirew8,rl823w7fli. T O 

Pvirfaau JaknesJr 514 w vth. 






■DJirnalll l I!(lmorid W., elk MaeRae Bro., s 
514!.v"th. 

D,urpall| ^ S . HJv electjician Des I Moines 



j Street py Co. 
|Duruee(, -jf, broom mjkr, bis 2^ 



O 






I^urr, Mai! ha Miss, wk8 1105 \| ^Valnuit. <• o 

Durstinii, 'lorence Ml 38, studeni Callanan 1oS 
, Collet;?, r 1623 w Center. 



puretin^, 

I .'rim 

Durstine 
I [ andF 



j. -Bv; (Duntine & 
w Center. 



2 W 1st. ■ 



Son 
^ • c 



H?3 

lamilton), O f » 
O • 3 

! i C _ Q- 

& -'Hamilton. (L. Bj Jj)urstirie 52 3 

El. Hamilton), state agts Equit- - _ _ 

able, llife Assurat ce Society pi N. If. O ^^ 

rpomE 60, f2, 64 Glapp's Blk. ' % 

uryea, J )hn B., proiessor of science a 3-; S ^^ 

count 1 /and pennianship TT * * ' *"* 

Park Sfornial Collegel r 4th ,nr C(]l 
] r ~~ J..- 'it' r ° r 



ege £ ve. 

pu8^toh,lAtny 
i s w'C( r Pi 



Duston, Gjporg 
rn 6 
irk. 1 
rank E., ckrpenter, 



Milbirn ^j'Stodqard Co., r 
1 cor I arkJ 

Dutton, ! 
Lyon 

Duvall, J 
420 e 



F., (J.F.T 
Loci8t. 



Duvall, J. 
304!^ 



Dwight, 



tgnt, 
Noi 



Dwight 

nut, 

Dwinell 
Placje 



F, & Co., jirops A3oe 
5th. H I .. ■■ ; :i 



H 



e 



riQal pollege. 



T.H 




. Miss 
k. 

G., shipping cl 



HigiiWd 9 

z 



dre8smkr, r w 5 :h 



k Moline, 
w 5th s |w 

r 1609 



uvall & Co.) r ov^r |J» ^? 

Oil C6., 



0> 



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m 



SO 



BL.jisti dent High land Park i| O 39 



., dent st over wl w Wal- I .— 



w 18th cor 
J|).A. 



North. 



miller, r Boulevard, Easton \ 9 

i -I '13 



o 



W. A. STEELE, 



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WJ. 



192 




50i 

Loiju 



DWI 



m 508 

uit Street 



DES MOINES DIRECT 



Eaton's Planing Mill, 

it{. A. GATOfy Proprlejttjr. 

| Sash, Doors, Blinds, Door and yip 
! dow Frames. 

Counters, Shelring, Brackets, Moldings 
Wood [Turning, Church Furnis^i- 
! ind and Hard; Wood Fin- 
! | ish to order. 
Stocej frontsjand inside finish and Stair Blinding 
I and BVincy Newel Posts a Specialty. 
j \l2 and 114 E. Walnut St. 



oj>., 



I" 



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Dwire, T. C, lab, r 1434 e Buchanai. 
Dwyer, Belle Miss,: student Hijjhl&nfl 
Park Normal Colllege. 

Dwyer, John, lab Van Ginkel Coal 
Main, Sevastopol. ' L 

Dwyer, I.j E.' student Highland j PJirjc 

formal College. 
Dwyer, John, printer, r 120 e 2nd. 

Dwyer, Patrick, miner Van Gink;e|l Cosjil 
Co., r jviain, Sevastopol. 

Dwyer, Pktrick jr., m^ner Van (ginkel 
Coal Co., r Main, Sevastopol. 

Dwyer, William, boarding house,! 120 
i 7th. 
i Dye, Annie T., r 707 e Maple. 

Dye, Cora Miss, saleswoman M. Ijtiegel 
man <&> Co., r 312 w 6th ave. 

Dye,j Einua Miss, teacher Longjfellojw 
school, r 707 e Maple. | 

Dye, Frank W., cigar maker, r 7Q7 
Maplej. 

, Dye, jNIettie Mrs., r 312 w 6th ave. *i 

Dyer,, A. I)., teamster, r 123 Jefferson, 
pes Moines, 

Dyer, Beuiah Miss, student Drak^ TJi|i- 
? versitv,.bds 1148 w 25th. 

Dyer, Her.ry, teamster Eureka Corjl Mi|n 
tag Co., r 710 Clay, 8 Des Mpinjes^ 

Dyer, Hiriim, teamstdr, r 1312 4th, 
\ Moines. f ' 

Dyer, Ira, foreman Des Moines Uilior 

Y., r over 321 e 5th. 
Dye?, J. A., attv, rooms 8 and 9 Seejbjur^er 

blk, r 1012 "Western ave. 

Dyer, Jared, r 223 Jefferson, s Des Moihta 

"Dyer, Sadie Miss, wlss 414 w 5th. j 

Dye?, Thomas, cook Aborn Ho.usei 

Dyer, Warren, teamster, r , 313 McjnrOf 
Des Moines. j 



s Dps 



l ) 





|K EFWIOE RATOm, 



TAEi 



Dylen, Johfy cabinet ijnakejr, rooms 609 

e 2nd. 
Dyson, Joseph, lb.^>, bda 208 le s 8tk 

Dysart, F. Sabin Mrs., prop Sabii. Home, 

r same. ! ' ^ 
Dysart, John TV artesian well expert 
% rSabinilouye. ' ' ' 

Dysart, Sco ;t', mMormdn Des Moines Eft 
r R. R. Co , be Is 533 to 6th aye. 



EApiE, Mf pY 
ave. 

Eagle Block, 



J. Mrs.,*! 1836 e Gri 



40!) and 41)i|^r Walnufc * ! 
E \, Perkins , pr|>p, 



Eagle Iron "works, D. 

e 3rd co: C^urt ave. 

Eagle Pottety, E. C. Upd;ke prop, w Vjne 
cor 1st. j | ' 

Eagen, Ellen Mis., r 725! q Court ave.- 1 

Eakert, Pei;er, shoemaker, bda Nelson 
- House. 

Eales, Abel, miner Eureka Fuel Co., raw 
cor Indianoiijt and Hertford ave, a Des 
Moines. ! 

Eames, Persie T., studeijijt Iowa Business 
College^. 

Earhart, E. 
stone. 

Earhart, i). 
school, 



, transfer! bds Hotel Gold- 



H.I Miss, teacher! Crocker 
r Sabin Houaei . i 

E&rl, AlexJ miier Proctor Cdal Co. r 
Main, iirj Ploasaity, Sevastopol. I 

Earl, Harry G., miner Van Giikel Coal 
Co., r Mkin, nr Pleasant, Sevastopol. 

Earl, John A., si udent ries Moines Bijisi 
ness Cc lleg^, r 1316 kv lOthJ 

Earl, Maggie Miss, wks 1711 w 10th. 

Earl, Mary M. Mrs., r 1)173 w 10th. 

fearl, Robert W.l miner Van Ginkel Coal 

Co„rKain nr Frajnjdin ave, Seva|to 

pol. I I 

Earl, S. W.,.jniner Van| Gjinkel Coal C(j, 

Pleasant, Sevastopol. 
Earle, I. N. (Earle & lfrc uty),r 1310 w f 
Earle, Lottie L.\ Mrf., teacher Lucjtf 

school, rj 13fe e Walnut. 
Earle, Margaret Mrs., j r Main fir Pleajs- 

ant, Sevastopol, i 
Earle, Samuel, special [J delivery me 

sender post )ffice, 1 1352 e, ^alnut 
Earle, Sidney W., mirier Proctor Coal CD, 

r Main |nr Pleasant, pevastopol. 



uu.,... s ton Life Insurance Co., M. T, V. 

OFFIOK OVIR IOWA NATIONAL BANK. OOR. 4th AND 



h : 




Manager 
I for^owfc 

9t«AdY. 



ffi* 




ley mux** ^«ii ' 
mjn&Co.,] 850 



Earley Rose Mi is^t^ideb ; Cal 

jje, r tv N( rthj cor f llby. 



Earle & Proutt, (J. 
. Pr)uty),la^Te^s, f 

ftarleylNora 1 MsslinUWi M. itiegeH 



Do 



|r|ti 



le^e, rw JNcirthj 

Jlarly, Thomas, i tock 
• cqrlji'th* ] ' X | 



LEasley, James I ., teatasfcjr 
U '; Co., | r nr ^rocjtrir 
Moines 



4ei 



r 



CLOTHllJG HOUSE, 

! l HlA ttd Bon* ( lothlsi. Wot Walnut cor. Sixth 8t 

M i — . — j. ' ' ' . i ". ■ ' ' t-* 1 

:^piR2c:mY. 'eoL: jjj 



allan in 



ei w Pleaua^t 



ProctDr Ooa 



Cml Miners 



e 



Des 



Be 



Eatirger, 



jnd J)ea 
b 5th. 



Eaten, Charlek "W 
I ;eon oVer 420 



•. 



Moi nei . 



,^3w Waliui 

Ohuicn.ltey. 
Peni isylvi inia 



(<>olored), Kev. 

" bet 



lan 

ej 



i)asley,|. Hi, Bbomneld, 
!ason, George I , pwelet 

last Des Moin *s Baptist 

E. P. Bartle t, ^astot 
ave cor Dee : loines. 

feast -Side Baptis; Church 
r.'l Samuel -r Joi nsojn, ppstfcr,. (f 2d ' 
Locust ahd U&nd ava. 

East Des Moiiesl CliiiJ 3ti« 

j • ! Hev.t A. II. 1 6bps, ■ pat tor, 
'! cor i)es J^Ioi lesj ' 

East Dea Mloineii.Iiigh 
Plummer, p'injel2til 

East Des, Moines H>Jise, I. 
J prop, 123 e 5 h. j 

East Des Moinei Presby fleria a Churfch, 
^ I Re v. W. A, BarthoJI ome v, pasl or; 
Pennsylvania ave neorD bs Moin es. 

iast .Des Moines United Brethren 



Chui ch, 

12th aw 



, Franli E 



ihobl 
cor 

chan I Grab,; tin 



tourt f 



ve 



Church, Hev 

e Maple cor 

East For{ Des ~b 
Lyon; bet De 



I 



J. C. DeMn£ery pastjor, 

« h ;' ' J 

mes— F 



omes— F'om Lociiat 



i Moines 



river and 6ti. 



East Park Addit on~Frou i 



to Brpok, bet 



. t 



East Street-rFir: t west )f 
| ;Groukd8,j fro n jW ~&\o\ 



18th and 



east Waliut 



m%. 



Madippn in Ejyde tfark I 

loam 



John, niner Bl 



W., br 



dge build 



ab,bdsl& w 



State Fiir 



ines river 



to 



£teld 'Coal 



<r. 



r 1202 



1st., 
rth end 



to 



[forth. 

Eatoi, Gcorj 
l .i"160li 

Eaton, B, 



Richard AL^engineej: Liverpio 
Moines packing Co.. r 312 jw 



w 



eW., 
Lindenf. 



, pnysieian and atj- 
y Walnut, r 714 w 

ngineeir It. A. Eatdn, 



l*. *-. **., planing mijl, 1,12 and 
o Wamft, rl23Qw22d 

Eaton, Hi rrtj'E,, bkbr H. A. Eiton, r 1^&0 
5V-22(,. ^ T T '• T fr 



Eatc n.| Jfatne 
■ Ground. 



es, elk McNulty & 



elk If ejrley i ^ ^nderson, 
nden. 



114 



Co., 1 r Fair 
r 



Eaten, Jchn 
1605 v lit 

.Eaten, N'. Mky'r iofe w 21^tJ 

/Eatqn, T. |Wl» travefincr salesman Af 
ar i Co., St. Louis, r> Mung 



VineL„_ __., 
\, European hotel.! 



f 




il 
of 



I 



o1 ! 



j^as^berg, 

i - 0, 
Easier, I 

Easthan, Charles, 
EastoniBpuleyarc — ^From 

east^lBth, nor heast to ( afet city limi s 

Easton ; V\ ace^-Fi om East it Boulevai d 

I our blocks n< rth, and : Vom Tiched 5i 
our blocks, ei st.' * 1 ■ , 'i 

»n, W.' III., mngr* P iinton Fe| d 
Heanler Co., 1 ds 507 w Jrand ave. I j 
iger, Bertha I Lisa, wks 10(35 w 7t j k. 1 1 

13 i . 



Eatcta, Walter, driver Maple Grove Co 3 
and Mining Co. :, r nr \y 6th av£, n j: 
Highlkud Park Oollege 

Eaton, Webster; teamster rferkjiris & Pe|r 
.1 kihsJlCb^w Linden, j 

Efat on,! Wilbur, r 160 > w Liudei . 

Ebt lesj A , H.y machinist j Des Moinjfe 
Elecfr c Street- Ky, r 1409 1 w Graiid 

ave.j; -. '. j ,1 ,. ' i | •' | '. !. 

Ebe|rhart,| Adplph -!3., wks King • Iron 

Bridge and Manufacturing Co., r 11(0 

w 6th ive.j | .,.'.' .'. m 

Eb( rhart, Fredrick 8 M bridge qarpehtc 
King Bridgi) C4 t ;i 1100 w 6th avei 

Ebeerhart, jeorge Oj, cllt S. M. Osgoojl 
llOO.wOth'ave. If , 'j I 

Ebefrhart, bustayus A.,; civil engineer, 
llOOwlOthive. i* ' - x i f 

iEb' 

I 

SEb 



isrsole, Jharles, neat markeij, 819 -w 
Walnu ;, r 1] 10 w Locust. ' j 

jt?|ole, M. A[, (elk Charles Eoersole, 
1207 w Mulberry. , 1 i 



upholsterei; G. I'J 
e Vine. 



srte, Goorge; ^., 
Tinslejfbd8|l512 

ai;d, AdaUne EJ itrs., r 1116 w 5th. 

er, Teiesa MibsJ wks D. Goodman, hr 




ks'L. Harbach,r50) 



Ec 

|Ec 

|i09 w (Irrand a^e. 

Eckert, Daiiel £., ' 

e i 2d - : ij, 

Ecf|ert, Pe :er, • sh6emkr Siacy i Johns ^ 
Co.. r5)9'e2d. , I. 

Eckles, J. ( '., teaniBtejr Cate & Craham. 

Ecklund, Aadrek A r 832 e Small. 



08S Moines Expresi and Tr^ 

[ OFFICE I il EAST FIFTH STREET. 



GO.R 



iare 



iHAROS, FRANKENF1ELD & Go 

TELEPHONE 37l7 



|3 

1 

CO;C| 



ift 



! 705 AMO 



MASON .WHOLESALE AND RETAI(. FINE MILLINER f, 

7/>7 WALNUT ST. ^ 



707 MljMfflf «f, 



Eli 

Ladies' Furnishing arjdJFanpy Goods. 





pfloirocjita 

: , f I - — — | 

d03apd 605 W.j Walnut S,b 



^ Eckraan, Fred, cash bov Lang Bros. 

W Eckijian, (jus., painter [Holland & tf M, r 

.g | 101 e Grand ave. i 

-^ ,'S Eckman, Gust*, painter, bds 518 elat. 

25 OT Ecikiiian, Samuel, teamster Bloomfleld 

P ;| pooicfe. j -|| - 

T? jj- Eckiha:i, Jphn, miner Gibson Coal Cp. 

'"'■§- Eckijiati, Mary Miss, dress mkr, r tfOp w 

8 f O -i | fOth. j' | j j 

! «3 Eokfald, jVV. A., elk Savery House, 

f, J'jii ; same.'' j i 

g ? S &dd^, Orlando, retired r 923 w Pliant. 

|i,3 Ettejblutel F. S., carpenter, r lw-. w 
§S £ ! j WoodJand ave. ' j 

ft.";* £<jenburnl Carrie Miss, teacher Forest 
* T Homd School, r 1300 w Forest av^. 

oon- 
Bjck- 

Co.) 



bds 



son 



Edehburn, James M.^ brickmjiso 
! J tractor and builder, r 6th ave n 
twith ave, Lake Park 



if g Edenburni Oscjar, (Oscar Edeuburn|& 
% ? I T jbds 605 w Walnut. ( 



scar & 



^ s Edenburii, Oat 

n_ « *i- I bum and (jieorge 




Co., (Oscar jEjden- 
L. Jarrett) whole- 

Isale ajnd retail cigars and tobacjeo, 412 

jw Locust. ' 
Si Edeuburn, Syljvanus JW., contractjoif and 
% i i plastering^ r 1500 kv Forest ayk 



SDIBEbTORY | | bdt 

Edey, Di T., blac^mith, r OOffl w ljM*. 

Edey, Edwin) A.. machinist yea Moinejs 
Electric StreeVpty Co., ir .1182 w 5th 

Edey, H. L., |>rint( >.j, r 909 wj 17th. 
Edey, John A., gunsmith, rJ909 w 17th; 
Edey; John F., ginsmith, if J9C9 w J 17th. 
Edinger, w! C., photogra^hor oyer 603 
aud 605 w Walnut, r 1^8 jw 8th. 

Edington, Cyrus j T., Btudenl, Halliard 
Park Normal College, roc-ms polle|e 

. Hall. ! | jj ■ I I. ■ -J 

Edgar, Susie' L. ipsa, studem^ faUghladd 
Park Ndrmal College,! roc As College 
Hall, j . | . ■ i > 

Edge, George, briikmason, j r 810 Jeffer- 
son, 8 DesMcines. |'i 

Edge wood Park|--from Clark to College 

ave bet 9th at d 11th. j, j 

Edge, Willi Jm, Apt Proctor Coal Co., 
810 Jeffersoji, s Des Moimjs. i t 1 

Edge, William, ^r., miner Proctor Coil 
Co., r 810 Jej^erson, s' Des Moines. 

Edgfelt. SamuejJ carpenter H. A.|EJiton, 
222 e GtandJ kve. 1 1 

Edington, C. I.J jstudent Highland Park 
Normal Colfoge. i | 

Edgreu, William j wks freight depot C. h 
&q. R. R.f j rear 520 e s Sth. 

Edison DrWe-^lrom Clifton ave to Cour- 
I l^ndjjBdul^vird, Clifton Eeights. 

Edman, H. M.j rilner, r 1528 (C Biichanai. 



Edmingsoni Gju8,i porter Aborh House. 



EdengenJChrisjtina Mls., boarding house, 
j j 518 e. 1st ; j:J 

Mens, Claude J butehcr, r over 32^ e 5th, 
w M^t, Anna Miss, Ws 1308 e Grauduive. 

C 25 Eiiiy, Alfred S., gnismith, undU t2BUv 

T q I "loth, if 901) f 17th. ^ 

'!:■ ? Edey Automat 

^P , . I ■ Char es h. 



UJ 



secy, 



c Ball Car Couiilbi|«Co,, 
(L Ediy pres,D. { M. 'Wke 
323 W 5th. 



s 



_ p |Edoy. C'hjirles E. ('., gunsmith |ln( 

|B » 1 ' iMiiitlt, r 9D9 w 17th. 



Established 187 
Tclephow 394 




lcick- 



Edmon, , . j , tainer, Maple 1 3rove Coal 
and MiaingjCo* ; 

Edmonson, Drusllla Miss, student Capi- 
tal City Commercial College, r * 
w Walnut. 

Edmuudson, D. G., secy Security Loan 
•and Tr ik CJcf., r 1314 w F e^isant. 

Edrington, Gustavus, elk 321 w Pelton 
ave. |.- j j' 

Edstrom, Franks Wks DesMoii es & Liver- 
pool Picking Co., r 1504r e Capital 
ave. J | ! I j I , 

Edstrom, Frank, driver Magpie Grove 

: Coal aM itiiipg CoJ, bds 1502 e Capi- 
tal av(|; j ■ ■ | J i j 

Edstrom, Peter, driver Maple Grove C^al 
.'.A . rr.. . , rj 50{) e ; capital 



and M tiling Co., bds 
ave. j J 

Edtl, f ran i A.,jekgraver 
graphmg C'o.J r 1174 



4 



Wbkern Litho 

w 2^ ' 



[ONE, Home £ Foreign) 

, Quarries In Msilon Qounty. ( 




EDW 



Edwards, Anna 



Callauan Ccjllfcge; r 1 
student 






188, Wk 



£dwards;| Clara, 
'H'. College}. | 
Edwards, Clark 
land ave. I 

fcdwards,) Emily 

Edwards^ Fl;A. '. frp., ^vkd 1 

Edwards, Hj.jC, 



1 



b 



Normal poll = ge. i 
wards, Hjerbe'-ilW.,' wis 



1 1 



fc#fHka#A 



y 



I. Mist, inusic teafeher 
lOjS'wllth. 



Ira.,r ipdJ'wllth. j 
*!!ll \Voodl 



student 



Co., room 

E<U|irds Horac 
020 wi 16th. 

Edwards* Jacl 
Works, 

Edwards, Jbsjej 

Edwirds r Lest< 
I formal C( 

Edw 



wd8,L.'J. ft [is 3, mils c 

<v 16th.i!! ' ' !| 



owa 



1700 



H 



Ighlanld J'ark 
H. Gutmai & 



Edwards & Son t (S. p. 
wardsU cjentists, ro< 



ists, roofei$ 
Masonifc Temple, i i 



Kdwinson, dlirifitoph^r, , lat, r Ea 

, Plm:0 1 I Pi!. > ji ,' 
E(hv<»rthyJ f Iame8, clkNielsim, Hans 
Co.; r 1815 e Capital a /e l| 



Capital 

Hflls, A.fXj, student ; 

\ ^oriijul College! 

K'lK Wiiltei-, • student lli&hland (Park 



Xon 

Efificrj ( 

vust< 

i 



al 

laud 

pol. 



m 
Son), r 92& w 



P 



928 
I Edwjirds, Marifori, Btudeint] I awa Business 

-Collie.;, q f" |! ■■ • '■ ■ 

Edw|id§, May! wks 62<i;wj 3*d % 

Edwards, N, ,0., pijor anc tpabeller, ojver 

! 5p4jAwaflhdtlr 928 v :6th. 
Edwardi, Refe, (janitor, 5( od blk, re 

iiGpodbikl '.■-■; I 

Edwar^ S. ]L\(JEdwird8 <& 

■16th. ' ..: j j 
Edwards^, Vaii,r ksst, jani ;or| Good blk, r 

ropm-lOijOdbjd'blkj / 

Edwards, Wji£;, studept Hghland Pfirk 

■' Normal College; 

( I . , « i . . j. 

Edwards, W. p.., installment dealer L'. 
;B. Pried mngr, 511 wj locust, r ftfia- 
."aeapolip. 

>H. N.ffed 



Busi; 



pes j 
w. Wj)od- 



S MOINES DIRECTORY! 



and 



Good B kl 

Tt., (Ed}vij|rd8 & So^i)!r 

.' j ; 

m, w|ks |A.Hbe6tine Stbne 

.24 e' 2nd 

, wks JL€tf : w'6ih ave j 

81 ;uden t 1 \ ighland F ark 
\ eg 3, rjopr iB College H all. 



teacher, r 



inii 



20 and 



21 



;on 



3eii 



Uljhland park 



'olldfee. | | 

Ws Procto • tioal Co. Jr 



Des Moines Express 

OFFllqE 8U BAS T 



&, 



Be- 







Effron, M ichael, miper Proctor Coal (jo., 
r SeVaHtopoL i 

Efl^amp, H. W., {painter and giazier, r $29 
I w 12th. , \ 



725 e Court ave. 



I 



cd 



[Hall,i 217 e TO. 



Eid 



E^an, Ellen Mrs.,.r 

Ekan. J. H., 8tUden!t Highland Pajrk 
jNormal College." 

Ejgan, M chael, studept Highland Patk 
Norrr al College, rooms Qollege Hall. 

Egab, Th< mas, landucape gardener, r 1112 «■« " 
j w Locust. j ^^ 

Egart, Jblm, lab, 1 1000 w 17th. 
E^gjeston ,' Frank] judde police court Cijty 



30 



EgWnd, Bfcll Miss^^ks B. f. Gillett, * 6 

Ekher, ' George D P< adjutant Salvation 5fl 
Army bds 1140 w 12th. J 

Phle. Har y, l clfc Charles O. Nourse, r 311 i" 

Ehrmanij, HenW pa|nter Pitt Carriage g 
, J Factb; y, bds 912 w- Pleasant. * 1 Sj- 

EiboecK, Joseph, editor and prbp Iowa jj g*jt 

"taa^z Anzeigeiv ^ onntkg Post and[ *jf - 

[aus* Schatzr oiWr 213 w Walnut, r Je? 

14*3rd, | Hi.' . , /■ 1,ISP 

Ida. Hen] y, r In bet e b l|lth and 12th. $ Q ^ 

Eiqelma] 

. 1Wal,nu[t, r r^a 



ie. 



Ei 
Ei 



Dek A biiieB 
Jforthj 



river 



and Transfer Go.r 






, Sini Mi88,| wks Sa^ery House., ^R§ 

lman, p., second hand goods 305 e -«r* 

'" J - f - J ' r11 ■ .fr! 



w9th. 



Eig^, 8ei:ei a l Mi J8| wis 

EiglLteentl] Strjtit^-Eithtee^ith west of 
Des M aines river, f]rom Raccoon river 

io Railroad, froih Woodland ave to *$% 

pcho^l , from Itidi ina avej: to Clark »g S§ 

and fr6m! Era aklin aye to St Joseph, jdg |S 

Eibljieenti] Street— Ei^htee^th east of a'*§ 



from Maury to 8 Jp§ 



. 



I 



!^ 



Ei^th Sjtreetr-EightU welst of Dea 
Moinej river, poin Elm 
and frim Chebtnkit^o n^rth limit of ^a^o 



to Pleasant, ^35? 



Des Moines 



Prospect Park. 

?hth Strjetr-EiL'hih^asto 
river t6 Court av;. 

rh,th'' Sfe-eet^-ijiglth south of Des 8^3 

Moinei rivG>,|iron liaccoon river to ' gP 

f Garfiel 1, s 1)4$ ft tomes. J 50 

Eighth Str^et-4frnm Jackson ave, jwo 
I flocks iortfl,*|Nokli ,Oak{ Park. 

Elbert, Chiirlefe Wii (Ge )rge W. Comer & 
■ j Co.), r ■: 439 e Wafkc r. 

Eijjifljlt, An irew ]^r^[ r 417 e D^s Moines. <^£ 



w 






>?s 



o 

•o 



(HARDS] FRANKENF! 



TK 



t, - i t 




HONE 871. 



Erf& Co. 



a 

c 



J, F. N, ORAKE m 



"V 



:il 



IDES M 



33 



ii ave. 
;h. 
otton 



jap 

^•o 196 

2 ■• — 
S ^ 

jg „g Eilbert, Chf rles, ;<&rantj 18, Levy, j 

$ ?■ Eilbert/ Louise MSss, wks 1227 w « 

■ I ' ' i 

j * Eisberg, Christine. Miss, wks 412 q 

*J *j Ekart, JohnJspiu ler Pes Moines 

^•O ; Mills] r Grant Park. 

la *§ Ekberg, Gust. L., tailor Oscar Lafqjuist, r 

!§.§ 622 e Walker. | 

aE.|9 Ekberg, (j)lof, blapksmith Hacke 

T^ |berg, 

j& g Ekfelt, I 

|jy ^ | Cqddiugtou, f 222i e Grand a\ 

iL Ekijelt, Samuel A., carpenter Eat 
^9* 1 irfg Mill, r 232 e Grand ave. i 



IK GUARANTEED 

East Fifth St. 



JNES DIKECTQKl^ 



r 1107,ajFilriiore. 
izzie 3fiss, | dressmakc 

. ton 




Ekroot, John A.,'iplasterer, r 7tl 
Harrison, s lies Moines. ■ ,, 

Ekstraudj, Charles," carpenter C. R.fl. & P. 




R. RL r 1412 

Ekstrom, Sophia 
Parfe ave. 

Ekkoll, Lena Misk.wks 853 w 8tli. 

; Elbert, I ienjamin 

f 5 i estate room (| Clapp's Blk, 

: ' 2ist] 

j Elbert Street— fr 
I Cottjou .Mill 



Stat ? Fair Groin 
Logan aves. 

Elden, Harriet 



Schjol, r 1700 w 



EJden, Ii. A. Mrs 
f J | Efclen, }iay Mis 



e Court ave. 

Miss, wks w Grjidnwood 

j 
r wks 853 w 8th. 

F.,live stock hi id real' 

PlAnn'c Rllr I 030 W 

Talnut, 



mi [Dean ave t( 
Addition. 



Elbert & Yorks addition, from Os 



ds, bet Capital and 



Miss, teacher 



4th. 



bprn to 



( hikland 



der, Charles, r 

der, Duncan, r 
Cliiton ave r 
Dei Moines. 



r Clifton ave 
| 8 Ejes Moilie 

jlder, Hamilton 



,, r 1429 w GrjHK . ave. 

an Col- 



fc, student' Callai. 
leg^, r 1429 ; w Gjrand ave. 

10 l 22 e Maple. 



rop Hillside 



G f 



r Proctor Coal Mines, s. 
Elder, puncan Ji., wks Duncark Elder Sr., 



nrj Proctor Cja 

i 

I . 
pressman, r )i 



lder, (Tames, wcighmaster G)on 
Coil Co., r Oak|lale ave,s iPej 




Elder, W. C, stationary engineer! r 913 
High. Ii ! | 

Eldridge, Frant E. brakesman (L R. I 
P. U. R., r 707 e Locust. 

Eldridge, George G., machinist [Wilson 
Stein^ r 111 i w Laurel. 

Elerick, J. S., student Highland Paj-k 
Normal College. J [ 

Eleventh Street— 'Eleventh "west of Des 
^Moines river from Market to Grata 
ave, and from 'Pleasant to. i Spring 
Creek Drive, Prospect Park ' fi 

Eleventh Stree t— Eleventh east of De 
Moines river from Railroad ave t< 
Buchanan. ■ ' ' 

Eleventh Stree ;,— From Oak Park ave.rtv* 
blocks north, Oak Park. 

Eleventh' Street— From Ovid ave #% 
blocks norj;h, Oak Park, j 

Elfrits, E. L., 1 ib, r 512 w Elm. 

Elginfritz, Isaac, conductor C.[ R. I. &] p 
j R. R.j bds J401 e Locust. 

Elglund, Cam 3 Mrs., wks 732 ; o LocJA 
Eliason, Carrie Miss,' r 206 e|Maple. 
Eliason, Gust, miner Bloomfield Coal 

r 206 e Mi .pie ' 
Eliason, Hannph Miss, i) 206 ef^faple. 
it Os 



Blpoihf 



rdens, r 



w 12th. 1 ; 

Valley j 
Moines. 

Elder, James Q., wks Duncan Elder, t, 
Cli fton ave nr Proctor Cqal {Mines, s 
Des 3Ioines. 

ElderJ Joseph Al Rev., pa(st(i( Foresf 
ave Baptist Ohlirch, rj 1602 ^ 11th. i: [ 

Elder, Robert, contractor anfl jbuilder, r 
1040 w Enot live. 

Elder, Robert S.J teams'ter llowa Fruit 
ai^d Product) Co., r 823 ^jClfdrrv. 



Miues,.! 



j 1040 w Enot live. ' 

Elder, Robert S.J teams'ter Iowa Fruit 
! and Product Go., r 823 wj Cherry, j 

Towne & McFarland 



eld 



^ 



Ojf 1 



A 



Eliason, Oscarl trapper 

!' -Co. : 'I 

Eli fritz, Grant, lab, r 533 e s 8^h 

Elifritz, Henrv A., plumber John E. 
len, r 92.0J e ^laijket. 

^Elifritz, James R.,plumber Johi] E. A 1 
I r 920 e Market. I 

I Elifritz, Lewis M., wks W.'Sfi. I:& R J 

I iR., rj 920 4 Market. i ' 

Elifritz, [Sarah C. Miss, r 920 je Markj?t 
Elifritz, AVilliam II., teamste -, r 0'2(fe 

IMacket. , 

Ellings, Peter, lab, rw40thrr mf#} 

ave, j. ' ! ■ " I 

Ellings, Walter, gardener, r w 40$ / nr -j; 

Beaver ave. ' 

Elixir panitiriuni, H. S. l^ilf;ox (ifop, 
e Lo 3U8t. 



420 
Elkin, iewiaj C, elk John L.' Wlrigk 



Aborn House. 

Elledge, Janes II., shipping 
Harvesting. Machine Co. 
Eu3^lid ave, Oa^k Park. 

Ellenbtfrger, Alice M. Miss, teacjher pra^t ! 



School, 



: 2315 w 23rd. 



Real Esta 

220 WEST 



r kv 



«.'.■ 



Ui 



I 



cljv E^e'rljf 
i cclr -'I 



8t 



$ 



e&Exchange Brdkers; 

|5thST. ; CLApP|Bl|pcM 




Manufacturers off 



HI CO, lis .^I'liZs High Grade Flour 



ELLIS ia,»RliSm 



GENERAL 



I 111' 



K_< 



BxlXK 



1 ! 



— 



AN.D 

r. 
125 WEST FOURTH 




OES DIRECTORY 



]flliott,']Mary Mips, 

ave. -jU 



ELL 



187 



ft'ks 1222 e JCapital 



.^lliotti Simuel iM.t elk State' Insurance 

' C<fo r 515 e {JthJ ' r 

Iflliott,, S. B., supti E»es Moines Shoe Man- 
ufacturing Op., [r 512 w Chestnut. 



ljdb, r 1,008 



,e 



•i 



Ellens ood William R., 
1 Slnw. ; ' 

Elliott, Ada W.Missi dre&fokrMrs. jAlfce 
Hrthawa^, bds 2419 ir 
'aw. I ■ ' '■ 

Elliott, 
r 1120" 

Elliott Alexander "]}., 
' SaringsjjBank, r 133! 

iiliott Alfred' J., wkk D|s 
trMtreet Ry., r bl5 



Oottage Grove, 

Alexander, blackiEilth 4] 4w 3rd, 

120"ty7th. ■'.]■ J • 



«S 



S<si£eg. 



STREET. 



J 



er A.me -ican 



Elliott, Tiomas,! 
Union'R. RJ 



bh.CKsmith Des Moines 
shops, r 214 w 7th. 



C 

■ 



Elliott, W. C, policeman, r 1^00 w 11th. 

Elliott, Wihton,|dr yer patrol wagon, r Z 

j.l$02^5lth;l :'.[• 7 

,Elliott St -eet, from '#. R. I, & P. R. R., to J ' 

| Nortl Grant Pajrk and York's Choice. £ 2 

Elliott's Addition; ijiorth. of eaBt Grand >3E 

I ave', ajdjoining ^ate Fair Grounds. q 0) 




O 



3,' 



jrrand av 

Moines 
5th. 

owa Business 



r 



ir 



Elliottl Amanda, [Student) 
Ct liege. 

fcHiott Charles, WksjDet IIAfoines JShbe 
M mufacturii g Cp.,r 5Jw Chestnut. 

E|fiott EttaiM. Misp, (jomp^itor, rjlbofw 

3 It. 
tj F. E., vicel pres AWeHcan SaVinks 



dine, M:, 

Park. , 
.,,1 . 
w State 

qii ave. 
Hast, t 



V 



7th:| 

1 jE. Riflser 
frove ave. 



Elliott JohnA.Mrs.,> 

Klliott John p,, job ijrin 

iEHiott. Uviiiia['Mrs. f 1 r l lj 

.Elliott Leroy^-ksDcfs^ 
uficturiiigCo., rtl 




burn 



naurj 
515 e 



Bllioit P.E., vice pre&A 
'■.< Bsnk,r Berwjick^ la. 

piott, George Jb J mnir M 
& Stoddard Co., r; 801 

Elliot b, Harry A.,aUti 

atne C6., r 2140 ^ |Sr 

lElliott, .Harry, wks. Lew i 

;'i5t;i. ; .;.T| 

Elliott, H. E. Mrs., r 1135 
Elliott , Henry E., Balesjmf |n 
Ri o., r 2419 w Coitag j 
Elliott, James F., r 82^ C xjleasant. 

fllyjtt, J. A.^vks pes| 31 liijes Zoolbgical 
tyrdeiis. 1 , 

^.Pleasant. 
.1135-v'7tn. 



w7th. 
oijrles Shoe 



Man- 



Chestnut. 





(Sevastopol.] 
Ellis, Butler^ teamster. J. K.# W. H. Gil- 
I crest, bds Dei Moines House. 

Ellis, C. C, paibte!" and paper hangeri 
, Holland ty Nepr, r w 35th, nr North.| 

Ellis. J^d^ar, coniu,c m C. R. I. & P. R. 
I R., rcomS|724 e Locust. . 

1 11 is, Fraik it, painter Pitt Carriage Fac- 
tory, .• 22 m iltlll r 

IlliSj Gecr^e Wl, akcond cook Windsor 
Hotel,? Harjiin Lfelk. 

Ellis, Gidjoii M.lbhb^smith Proctor Coal 

Cb.,r Jefferson nri Franklin ave, Se- ^0I< 

■| ' L yasto])ol.;' | I . ( " O m s 

Ellis, Hafrjr A.,icll; Young and Faur, r cfr 
l^eyersdninrFrj lklin, Sevastopol. 

Efllts, HenW, lab,; bd i Harding l?lk. J •€• 

Efts* Johi J., brak!e ] ian, C. R. I & P. R.. ."• tf 
I R.,.r ilO e 11th. j , . ! < i^ 

Hills, John I S. f t blacksmith Des [Koines L^Q 
I nioii fy Ri pho is, r 22 w lltlh|. 



O 

o 



lis, 






Bi 

blk. j 'i 
Ellfs,L. Cg'enginee: 



Mining Co. 

Elljs, ;'Milleri wfcs E. 

ave, liif 87th. 



Ellis, (We tMrt., 



?2Q 



Ka^ei Mrsi, laundress, r Harding a^O 
Maple Grove 

R. Mason w 



Coal& 



;s,il 



►?3 
to" CO 

Grand S? C 



Vfilley 82, Des Moines. c g 
Ellis, R.W:, (Ellis & [Preston), 125 w 4th. ^Jg 
Ell 8, Sarjjh A. JM^iss, \ Harding Dlk. P^* 

lElls, W. 
, !R.,.rl21eiL6cuitL 



0., dondusior C. R. I. & P. R. %S ft 
21 e'Locuiit.;^ ' J* 2 



Prest 
JLiOck 
4th. f 



_.ractora and ( 
Caalarfjln 



I Office: 720 W 



»n). kem agts Moslerl Safe and JJ' 
Co. land fijre |)roof gcjbds, 1125 w * 




1 

R. 

n ■ 



Of Evarf 
DascriptJcM 

T. 'PHONE 490. 



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TSjElJisoh, Charles, boiler mkr Hawkeye 
""" Boiler IfYorks, rooi is over 4JJ3 e Lo- 

cust. 

Ellison, Emjil, student IpSva Business Col- 

! Wge. ■ ij' I 

Eluison, II. GL, wks L,;«.'i Wells. 

Ellsworth, Charles, wjes F. Gottstein, r 
215 e 4th. 

Ellsworth, C. W., sec}! 
I l^ng Club and loea 
! American Wheel n| 
ter. 

Ellsworth, Samuel, labl r 211 e 4th. 

Ellsworth, Samuel, wfts F. Go^ttstein & 



Co., r S15 e 4th. 



Ellsworth, 
ker Wl 
Ellwon^er, 



W. I)., traveling salesman Ba- 
re Co., r 11 .3 w Center. 

Daniel, teamster Dietz & 
Dietz, r 837 e Peimsylvania.aveJ 

Elly^on, Ananda G. Mrs., r 41i| e ilth. 

I Hyson, Emil T wks w 4th cor State. 

Ellysou, Gideon D., deputy statue treasurer 
,r 410 tilth. 

Elm Street — Second south of Vinfe. from 
i Des jtyoines river 1o west 8th. 

Elm, Street— Second t outh *" of Vinfc from 
Des Moines river to east 15th. 

lm Street— Eighth north of North, from 

east8th to 14th Gnndview. 
Elmer, C.|A., r 1069 wjplst. 

iilmer, Edith Misr, teacher Kindergarten 

| Bird School r 1069 w feist. l 

Elm Grove Addition-r-Fram North one 



block 
Elmwood 



south bet 19th and 21st. 



DES MOINES 





DIRECTORY. 



I 



KM a: 



Des Moines Cye- 

eonsul League of 

en, r 1113 w Cen- 



Place — From Washinffton to 



Jeffeijson, bet 16th 
School.— w. 



and 2Qth. 
Ilmwood School. — vf North| cor! 30th. 
Urod, Oscar, | florist, r Reaver ave, cor 38th. [ 

Elrod, W. M. f florist! Cole's jConservato-j 

j ries, r Beaver aye' cor 38th. ; 

[Elsasaer, < George L., shoemaker E. Heidle- 
! baug!irlll8e Snd. I 

JEllsasser Joseph, stoc e| cutter, r 90fJ e Bu- 
chanan. 






Elson, Augusta Miss, tvka 909 w Qenter. 

Elson, Catharine Mrs. wks J. jW. Se< jbe rge 
w Grand ave cor 19th. 

Elston. Maud Miss, r J15 e Walnutl 

Elton, Wiiliam M. blqp|r Eagfe Ironworks 
| r 1206 eBuchan 

Elwell, Clifton H.> p&nter r 658 w 14th 

Elwell, B.M. Mrs., r 858 w 14th. 



Bolden Rule Clothing House 

j D. i. J6HNSON A 50N. 



Elwell, lEthe 



Plank r 1[714 ]e Lyon. 
Elwell, j. O. 
Ellwell,!j. O. 



Miss, paper han 



rLi'L 



Re\l r 1713 e Lyon 

paper hanger L. I 
m'^eLyVl 

ilwell, Mabel Miss, wks 104 W % 

Elwell, Ray, nac|iinest,r658jW 

Elwood J. N., miner, Rose H: 11 
303 Monroe, 8 Des Moin< s. 



Plank 



Elzie, Isabella M 
Embers^ Richaftl 



iss, wks 843 



wks Q. B. Sw 



w 



loal Co. 

Kth. 
it. 

fremotit. 



r 



Embody, Acna JMrs. r 1337 e 

Embree, Bertha jMiss, student jHigliljuidi, 
Normal College, r College Hall ' 

Embree S. C. Mrs. r North cor /85th 

lEmerling Giorg3 ? potter, r 3201c 7th. 

Emerling, James, teamsterj uTition d'oal 
Co., r 309 -Clay s Des. Monds. 



Emersou, 
Moiue. 



b 



orqthy, Bloomfidld 



i Emerson, Jcseph Mrs., r } 



Proctor 



general ag*, 
block. 



Coal mines s 



16, 



/liftpn ave. i}eafr 

Desploines. 

Emersou, Scjhool, Miss Dora ^ro(o^s, nnu 
cipal e : 6th cor Maple. 

Emerson, Talcott & Co.agricultiiral im 
ment. Des jjloiues brariah E. C 



office room 



oal 



Emslie, George' stone mason, r, 1004 e 
Emery, George! miner, Coon 



yalley 



6th- 
Ooal 



Co. r 819 Madison stDjbs Moines, 



Emery, H.G., physician iaAd sdrgeon .bjjer 
207 w 4th, «bds w 5th, fcor Grand AyeJ 

Emery. Jennie Miss, agt Oriswold Coh(et, 

'roVer 423 e 6th. 
Emery, [William, miner (ioon Valley Cj«I; 
Co. i r 81%. tf . adison siDes koines. | ■, 



er 



Curve cor C 



»y 



Em^iWilliain/mine 1 

I a Dies Moiies. I , , . 

Emejy, Wlllirm, janitrir C. f\ Keller 

I '318lw Court ave v 
Emlong, Charles, maclilnist, repair 8tt*pJ| 

j C. R. I & P. R., r ojer 637 e Lyo^ 

Emniett HoIibI, 118 w s! 2nd. 



Emereor^, Thonias, miner, jPrbctor i 
Co., r near Proctor Coaf mines 8 tyi 
Moiuesi 

Emerson,; Thomas, teamsten. Proctor <>oal ' 
Cq.,j r near JProctor Coaf mines, 8 Dm 
Momesl | | 

ma 



a 



617 W»it Walnut St. 



t ft 

K WTTERS 



ANQ FU 





Emslie 



is Mill Co. :;.•;; 



i 



7dt H Deryoi fl e, Hlttfi Grade Floar 



199 




Anna. M^a wks. 

1004 e. Gth. 
EiidersDy, Alberti,] 
rr College, ropii 2419 w 

'ave. J ■ 

Ekglinld, J.! A., Wajn'ut |l 
i p tioji. . • j ' 

E&glanti, Martha 
F Junction. 




atuder t Ipwt, Business 



\ 



. "Walnut 



pottage 

'! - I 
Valley 



11 



Me Sanitary Sand 3iemat 

T Jaked. p. SMry pre slide a' 
I.Sniith, manafeeK loffl )e W " 
nglebeck, Geo. |Pl wks MAG 



Grove 
June- 

i 

Valley 



Ebglebeck, 



vexing Machine Go 



tion Go., 

itJ\jr. C.I 
$)4 w 6th ave. 

?ormiok Haf J j 
1043 w 2^. ..'•■ 

iJnglebeck^i./ labl r u&dji 126 e Dea 
~ JtfbiiW ■■■. I " J *j ;,l ,/'i 
Jglebeift,. EngeMb, bd i lowaj He >use. * 
ngieiertfe LjOTa^T |5thJ r . ; 
iglemannj, George, mi ner Proctor Coa*l 
| Co., r ( Main 7 qr I ranklih s.ve, Se^ 1 
j vastopol. -MM " f j !•,■•■ /' 
inglewood, north' jof Saylorrilje ' rodd 
1 \\ between 2nd and CI arles. | , , 

^English, Arthur G.) cli: Si Weir stock, r 
V\ 1 1110 w 7th. , \ ';.'[■■' •'. 
English, F, E., physician; and Eu^gejbn, 
ro6ma 7 and B over -Gftj, w Walnut, r 

iiiow7th/ n i : ■.■!; I H 1.1 i. 



High. 
2nd. 



Ids Whalpn House, 
c ommerclal traveler, 

I ME 



1 English, John 
| Walnut Hi 

English, Kittie 
| den, r (706 e 

EjnglislL Robe 
English Str< 



irdei 



ner, jW f city Iimitas 



U 



ttisf, v*k£ jWlnflbld/TilL 

4th - ■ f ! : ||: !' 
G. re irsd ph^3ician, r 

GrjaDJdave. | "i =. i; : ..-j 
eetU 4Sixt h smth of Vine! from 



Engvall, August, slbemkr, r 886 e.6th. 

Engvall, Hary Mis* , v ks 1113 w 

I Ep^vall,. Jacob, lab re oms 609 e 

Enke, JRuaolph, wfes Liverpool and Des 
ji |Mpin4s Picking. (!o.,r 1719 e Scoty' 

Ennis Striet-fArlim rt mi Heights. ^ 

I EnochJ Jame8 1 H., wl u Liverpool and Des 
MjiinYs Packing Co.,re2Qthnr Maury, {] 

Enba Street— Fifth north of. Center 1 from 
w*Bt;.Oth|tplltll. ' i 

Enl ght, Daiiej, lab, 

En right, £ tephen J., 
»r 846 svard. 

EnMgiL CharleB W., Ifvery, r 718 w 4th. 
Enkigh, G. F, 1 , livery 209 and 211 w Wal- 
-. ( j mit, r 718 w 4th [, I 

Ensmifager, Fannie Mrs., r 211 e Dea 

|Mf)ink ■ . " !>)£ 

Ensiningcr. Maud Mibs, asst dentist J. B. I R ^ 
Entri an, r 211 e Oes Moines. ; p| 

EiismingSr, Samuel P., [tinner 619 e 2 
T Grand aye;, r 51 '5!e 0th J 3| 

Enterprise Bottling jWorKs, Charles De 5 
| Frame, prop, 8 f| 1,0 and' 12 w 10th. 81 , 

Entrikin, Joseph B., Aentist, 617 w Wal- ^ffl! ~ 
I Jnutii70?w6th|i.ve; rjf.. 

Entwistle , Edward, jr 201 e Dea Moines. 

George M\ (Entw(stle & ODea) ?i 
e'Znd, 



Enwistie, 

■' T'r.'5i3 
Entwistle 



& O'Dea, 



( 3. WJ Entwistle and; ' ^ 



Janes : 



like aVe tofWa iaal i, Cihesterfleld and 
U 9m East to IIneiil,| jManufacturerj 
. .ji Alditibn. ,F [T ; j. i ^ .' _ 

-, Englwh, Williatoj masoi Jjamea Maine, r 

■ ! i 5J7 es 4thff - ;j ' | ;' 

Eoglifh, William, plas ;eJe ! r E. p. 
. J A Co., r e p 10th! co • Ajlen. | , 
' j Bnglik William B& ji stikje oi the peac^ 
I^e township, over 826 e 5th,V 1550 e 
«.. *aple, »;■■!" fj 1j [/;!.'•. 
Engh nd, Anna Misi r 52ja e 8 2^'d. ■ : ' 
^ngli nd,' Olo^, carptent >p,| i 523 ej a 2ni 
England, pscar^tailjpr « . Ploahirjr 528 e b 



-,- 1 



1 



2hd.. 
gliknd, Peter, Imiijter, 

Englind, Peteri, lib, 
Engetrom j J,. QttoJ 8e 



, Koine's Veaet qo., ( 98^ w mp. 



i ! 



■■M ! |i r 

r^08e^raildave. 
r 5^8 e s $nii. 
jy and jtreaa pfa 



( »»t, WaidfiCo. 



" : fl 



Thomas O'Dea), aardware arid stoves ^ 

'*■ 825 e 5th J T p 

Epench, *] ^eodore, fliipt I^i Harbach, r 839 

j W M. ' - T ! , • j, 1 -• I 

Epperiey 'Delia M 

Locujt. j 

Ebperley fedward, 
- j! Locust, -i- i 

Epperiey Louisa Mris., r 618 e Locust. 
Epierson, Charles, wka O. B. Sweety bdi 
oyer 513 ^r Court ave. 



Iss, dressmkr, r 619 e 

I i ]■ I'. ' i 

'machinist, r 618 e 



Eppereori, L. 3^., barter Aborn House, r 

'. j Poyer]42l>9tfl.'f ?. '■ ; 

Eq^itabli Block, w! 5th bet Walnut and 
Cbur|ave.| • r ! r '^ ■! 

Equitable Life 'Assurance Society of 
i U. 81, L. B. Duratine state manager, 
; roonjs 60, p an^d 64 Qlapp Blk. 

Eauitabje Life Insurance Co., of Iowa, 

j FJ M.Hiibbetl brea, Cyrus Kirk secy, 

R T. Welislage* treas, 201 w 5th. 



mmoF 






m 






f!SS. 



JJ f . N . PRAKE S2'| Mto/k 



2of 



EQU 



DES MOINES DJRkcT(!)RY. 



£ £ Equitable Loan Association 

•» 1 ! v«in r^ria U Hi U.^nrl 



van, pres, H.jH. Reed, tecyj 330 e 5tli 



oo 



« .5» 





ErbBjos., (J. Mj& C. F. 
i Greenwood Fark 



Erb, Ci P., rtErb 
1 Park. 



EtIS 



L. E. Dona- 



Erb) dairy, s 
Bros.) r si Greenwood 



Erb, James, retired, r Greenwood Park 

Erb, j[C.,(Krb Bijos.)rs (jJretnwood Park. 

Erb, J^ M., ("Srb Bros) rs Greenwood Park 

Erickson, E , miner Blodmfu 

Erickspn, Emery; wks! E. H. 
20th nr Inorth city limits 



Id Coal Co. 

j 

,aymau, r w 



Erickaon.E nil, miner Garvor Coal Co., 
i I bets 2x9 e Desj Moines. 

Srickson, E mil, n iner, r 645 ■; 2nd. 

Erjcktjon, Ililma, 3Iiss, wks 528 w 14th. 

Erickson, lea Miss, wka':Fidl?r & Gould, 

r 408 e u 3rd. 1 I ; ' 

Erickson, Ida Miss, wks w Grsind ave cor 

Erickson, JosejpkineM^ss, r 1)06 e 7th. 

Erickson, J ilia Miss' wks G2S wl4th. 

Erickson, Libbie Miss, wks Mp 1 Christina 

l Euengren, r5l8 e 1st. 

Erickson, Alary Miss, wks 
| house. i 

Erickson, Pleter J M car repairejr C. R.' I. & 

P|R. R,r 1408 e Courts 
Ericspn, August, wks City W 
| bds 219 e Desi Moines. 

.Ericson, Eric, carpenter, 1222 » Center. 

Ernst Char es A.,imeat marke 920wCen- 
ter, r 9: .2 w Center. 

iErnst, Daniel, meat market, 92b w Center, 
i r 913 w CenWrl 

fernst; George, shoemkr,r 619 i»!g ll(h. 
Errickson, Charles, motorneer )es Moines 
Sfreet R. R. Co., r 1520 e Grand ave. 

Ersehind, >[arthaMiss, wks 90^ w Gthiave. 

i 
Eijskiie, C. B., student Iow£ Business 

College, bds 1163 w 6th. 

Er wiri, Margaret, jMrs., over 52: 

E^chtach, D. I}., cash Kew| England 



T 

Kjrkwood 



e;. | 
": iter Works, 



w Ltocust. 



Ljoan.aid Trust Co., r 721 w 7th. 

EghWugh Avenue — from Anderson to 
(mnirtave, Chesterfield and Lakeside. 

Eghbaugh; D. Q., pres Nev England 
Loan ft nd Trust Co., r New York City. 

Eshbaugh ib "West's Addition— |from east 



Smith io Wett, bet Eshb 
Royce lives 




nigh and 



Erilick, Johiji C, traveling salesman, r 308 
e9th; . 

E^ser^ Samuel, apprentice Kelley & Baker 
i r|514 e 'Locust; ' 

Essery, Anthony, piaster and bricklayer 
!. | r[814 e jBuchaib^. 

; Essery, William, b rakeman C. St. P. & I{. 



Cj. R R|, r 173] 
Esse^ Bl,ock, 415 a 
Entail Jane,; Mrs., i 



Walker. 
417 wjotk ave. 
.14 e Center. 



Louis Stohl- 



Estburg, Emma Ms|3, wks 
I ^ren, r 200 e s 3rd. 

Efcterly Plajryestin r Machihe Co., E. 31. 
| l|enny genl ag t, 414 y pourt ave. 

EJrteyj, Addi|e M. MJsa, r 220 



st*, 
a 



w State. 



W. H. Lehman 
nut. 

wks 7$3 w 4th. 

west 14th and 15th, 



teenth 
fron 1 



Estey & Camp, pjauos, organs and must 
cj}l merchan ' " r " *"' 
I mngr, 502 w 

Eptlund, Anna Mfss, 

E| Streetr— betwee 

from Woodlafnd ave to Pleasant. 

El Street—between! east Fifteenth' And Six,- 
nth from Market to Vine, and 
m Buchanan to Washington ave? 

Ethridge, D., fijeight condnctor C. B. &, 

I Q.llR. 

I 1 |- i , 
Ethridge, S. SI deputy U. S. Marshal, r 
I 528jw jt4tli 

Euclid j Ave— JFifteknth norih of Des 
i Moines rivferjfrpm Cornell to 13th, 
I Oak and Highland Parks. ' s 

Eudaly, Avia S.jMis8,| student Des Moines 
^llege, r 1608 w Washington. 

Eudaly,! Viola) M. Miis, ' student De^s 
j Moines College, :• 1608 w Washington. 

Eudal^, 1 W. A.J Valley, 30, Des Moines. 

Eudaly, WjilliAm |G.. stident Des Moines 

College, r 1608 w Washington. 
ill ■ . I 

Eureka Brdon] Holdfer C o„ [Bion F. Cole, 

pres; 1^. W. Henry, secy; mnfrs Eu- 
reka Bropm Holder, dffice and fac- 
tory 115 w Court aye. I 

Eureka Fuel Co., Wj. L. Brown, pres; J. 



offlfee 61 



A. .j Brown secyj t. treas an(f mngr; 



Stutsmai 



w Locust. 



Eureka . Manufacturing . Co., R. 0. 



A.! P. Hess, 



manufadturera and repairers of elec 



trio motors, dynamos, 
ana bra$s foundry, 421 

Eustace, Sister, Franciscan 
! w l^th. ( ' : ' 



fit, Quality I) 

& Workmanship I 

OucuanUed. \) 



Ml 




West 6th 
and 
Wherry $t$. 



C. F. Tuttle, 



model makers 
k7th. ' .; 
Sisters, r 814 



Factory 





Fn.UMB]NGi 



Contractor* for Plumbing 



P&l 




Eujiisl George D., wkfe 
, &Co.,r612W 15th. 

Eustjs, Mary Miss, wka 
.Manufacturing Go*, 



Des 
r6l! 



EvanB,A.>Iiss,clk Younke 
^■*w3rd. L ! 



Evap9 
nut 



eW, A. j& Co., (A., 
i. .druggists, 315, e Wa 

Evatis, JUicje Miss, elk jyour 

■ i'OOOw 3rd.| • ;i 

Evans Amelia Mrs., r^j; 38th 

Evans, Andrew 1 , Jab, r 



28 
Evins, Auitin p,, 1 student ] 



1 



of Law. 
Evans, Belle ^raj bds jjfiaw|££ye 
Evans, B. W. blacksntith 
.:,&., r,e7tti IcArSccjk" 
Evans) Chjince^ tyb, r yj| 38 dor 
Ev&As, Charles^., 1 lab, feds „. 
Evans, Daniel B.i reii rejd, 90< 
Evans* pivid, inin6r Uiiion 

end | Short, Se yastapol. 

Evans, Davi4 rejstauraQt,4 

:': r over same. '/! 

I .-i i ■ 

Evans, David W., minetf jEurdka 

; rj 500 Hillside ave,, $ 

E&ns, Edmund C ,• coriti 
| r 18(48 w 10th. 

Evans, Edward 3., att 

lfOSeLjron 

Evaikl'?. F., (Twining 
f| and 69 (tlapp^'Bl 

w ah 



Evins, 



Evans, 
Evang 



'nfiik, 



lab 



, r w 24th dor FyankJiE 
r . T B, Frank M;, 1 painter 
hatjgerBuck Sros., r 294 



?j.'W. Rev 
G., mine* 



TV LL * mineI ULl 
" Hilfcide ave,i Dea 



EvanB, 
nr 

Evans 

Eyansj 



(%k. 
Evans, 

■ '(% 

Evans, 



Co 
Eyansj 

'< Co 




411 W.i.ocutt 



, nr Gibaon Coal 
John,' .In, niner 



' pa, I 



r lir.Gibson < 



Si !* 



ULioh Coal 



omerJmiier Union 
jendShbr;, $evaptopi), 

jlannah , Mrs. fc wks Sftbin 



Harry, par center, bde 



Howelll n iner t)es 
- r,4t J - T " 'Mini 



Howard, Blpojnitie 
ines. ! 



Des 



!oal M 



S team, | 9e|, W.i&ildLccuit 7^7!), i H&T WATXX lal QA^ rTTTOTO. 



COMPANY. 

WAT! 



MOIJS 



cwas 



d;I)mE ( CTOR¥. 



MoDane 

i ■ 

HIoli.es Shfie 
w locust.; 

Bros., r 



nr Iowa 
' 2'Otji, 



Hpus j 
urekla Flu;] 



scto;? 



over 



Evans 



roc me 

, ro|qr 5 



oii.es. 



»an 



I Carman 

n|Ut4itaitd M^at 

ii « 



raveki* 



pap 



Co. i 1 



500 



HpuseL 
w 2|8th' ci)r 



d, 13,( Bin 



Moines Goal 
Sevastopol. 



Moites CtA. 
i|e, lpeya?t|o 

II- 



Mac 



EVE 



2 1)1 



Ilvans, John,' niiier, Hartford ave ur Gib- 
l eo^ Coar Mines, Sevastopol. 

Evans, John $r», imiiier Des Moines Coal 

•!<i i :■ r "| ". , : ■;, ■ '"■ 

Evaris^ John ?Vl f miner Polk County Coal 
( \ Co., :■ Jef 'erson nr Pleasant, Sevasto- 

po|i. I | ;| 1 r ,][ •' r .; .'' , 

pvahsj Jonn.W., mirer (Gibson Coal Co., 
i r llefferscn ij Pleasant, Sevastopol, 

Evans, Lida Ii. Miss, Btenograplier Sehell 
>ft Thornton r 006 w|3rd. i ,--..' 

* Evans;' Loretio M,[ physician, r 1618 e 
-; Des Moines. • 

Evans. 1 Lucia, student Iowa Uupiness Col- 

• '. k p-l ',. I' 'j ■ It- ii '■ 

Evansj M., teamg ter Des Moines Coal Cp., 
| i nr Gibspn Coal ^Iine, SevaHtopol. 

pvans^ Phillip S., compositor Iowa State 
h Kegister, r 1218 w Day. 

Evans, T.. mine • Union 1 Coal Co., r Sevas- 
topol., ! ; j • 

*" * " ave, nr 




Evans T.E.j diner,, r Ilartford a 
' .Gidson cpal 'mines, Sevastopol 

Evans, Thomis, miner, r Hertford ave, nr 
Gibson cbal minjes, Sevastopol. 

In " ' ' ' '' '" ' ' i '' 

Evans, Timotjiy L., lawi student Edward 
B. Evans,! r 1808 e Lyon. * 

Svans; ^T. J., (Mount & jEvansj, r 116 Iqwa 
Lban and! Trust Bl#. . j ! 

Ivans! W. B., billiard hill, r Main, Seyas 
. tobol. ; !'" - -\\ , 

viansi W. E., itraveling salesman Geo. 
., White & Co ,r 101$ iwEnos ave. 

.■'•-■ " • f • ■ i 

Everisl Herman^ bricklayer, i)ds Miller 

| : ii House. ■ j -Ij 

, genl canvasser; ( r 1053 w 



2 1 » 



SO! 



Evensi * Jesse, 

K nth. 7 i 



Trj 



Evens, 1 Mciry Miss, wka JFidler & Gpuld, 
' r oevastopoli •-.,.■ 

vensjT. L.,' me^t market 1424 w brand 
ave, r 1441 w Grand, jaye; ! 

• f Evere8^; Herbert H., stukeht Drake Unl- 
■} versity, bps Jt214 w 234.- 
Everett,E.'Gj, ( real estate, /! 1040 w 10th. 

Everetti , Flor<eijce •' A. f ; Miss, teacner 
.Crocker School, r 1245 wtoJ ' 1 

Everett, H. G.,l advert! aiiig agt Inland 
l ' ~Ohri6tiant Advocate, r 1040 w 10th. ; 

Everett, John E., studeiit Iowa Business 
■^ College.' .. J .■ , j " . : ] < j 
verett, Mabel Miss, student Des Moinds 
Cpllege, H04O w 10th. 



ind Trim mad 
(atic Manitar. 



T 



IoiportiDfi Tailor. 






~ Ii 



I. E. JOHNSON 



CO 



.2 






506 ud 508< 

Locust Street, f 



k 



lBtpv««, Ranges, Furnaces, ' 
fAPOR 8TOVE8, REFRIGERATOR* 




DES MOINES DWROTDRY 



Evwing & Jewett, 



Wholesale and Retail 



■S3 *j£ 
' '*~ • WEST LOCUST 

Between 9th and 10th, and E . 7th 
» * cor. Walnut. | 



p 



II 






sw 



©*3 Everett, N. PJ, student Drake University, 

{UJS«f ! bds Student's Home. 

__oi lEyerson, Lena Miss, wks 512 e li3th. 






Everts, Cora Mrs., r 1107 e Scott; 

Evirkluid, Annie Miss, wks 922 ^v 8th. 

Ewald, Charles, brick mason, r &jl w 12th. 

g tf | Ewald, Mary Mrs., r 831 w 12tK. i 

Ewell, 0. C, aupt construction New York 
I Eqiitable, Life Ins bldg, r,84J4 w 17th. 

JSt I Ewing, Archif . •baggageman C. R. I. & P. 
II J R. R., bds 812 w Cherry. 

* Ewing. pharos, cook C. St. P. & 
i R., r 112 y s 6th ave. 



&£«*£> ! 



Id 
3*2 



Ewkig, 



I). R., 



K. a R. 




(Ewing & Jewett),) r 1534 w 
Linden. ) 

Ewing, F. E. Mrs., r 1208 e Center. 

Ewing, Frank, salesman East Side store 
C. E. Risser & Bro., r 1208 4 Center. 



Ewing, 



Grace 
r 316 w 7 



Ewing, 

; 7th 

Ewing, 

sec 

Ewing, 



Miss, waiter select parties, 
h. 




Harriet Mrs,, laundress, r 316 w 

John, wks Swope Bros., r! w 20th, 

29. ■; ' J 

Samuel L., lab. r Hartford nr In- 
diahola aye, s Des Moinesl i 

Ewing & Jewett, (D. R; Ewing and 
George A. Jewett.) lumber, w, 9th cor 
Locust, and e 7th cor Walnu^. 

Excelsior Bottling Works, Seth Buttler) 

J prop, e lpt cor Locust. ! 

Excharge Block, w Walnut, n wj cor 3d^ 

lljxtrand, Charles, miner Mapty Grove 
I Coal and Mining Co. 



F- 



FABR^O, MARY MISS, tailoress S. Weiii- 
| stcck,bds215e9th. ' 

Fagan, Cornelius, wks 15th ii w ci>r 
Woodland avje. 



FAI 



Fagan, Ezra B.^-eal estate atid (iWsall 
Extracl; Co.,) i 1508 w : 23d. j , 

Fagan, Herman H., farmer, r Is orth' nr 

38thj J " ■ 

Fadan, Joseph IL imported and|drivin» 

! Ihnrspsknrl fnAcV poultry, W fflth CO? 



North, bds w 
Faden, Sarah Mrs 
Fagg, Lizzie Mrs. 



Fak^an. 



mh. 

Col- 



North nr 37th. 

., r North, nr w 

, r 1006 w 10th. 

Fa£g, Sallie, stud ent Iowa Business 
legej ■ !,!■ 

ate Miiis, wks 723 w Walnut. 
Fafoey, jlaimes, dipt engine house No. 1, 
city jflre department, r 1066 w 8th. 

rihnestpcK, S. |J., r 1212 e Des Moines.) 

Fihy, C.' Mrs.,' r 13Q3 w Grand ave. I 

F ihy, Lizzie, r 1303 w Grand ave. 

Fjihy, Miqnie Miss, bkpr Charle^ Hewitt, 
w Grand ave. 

ahey, Miry Mrs., r 108 w a 7th. 

ailor, E. ■'£., accountant and stenographer, 
207 w 4th, r 707 w 4th 

air Aye — From North to Madison, Hyde 
Pafk. 

airall, EJias J., real estate,* over 
r 1315 e Grand ave. 

airallJJphn, engineer C. St. I.&K.C, 
R f R.l bds Logan Hotel. 

^airall,- Nellie Miss, student pighland 
Park Normal College. 

Fairall street-i-From Dean ave 



333 e oth. 



; Park and York's Cho 



; F; iL., lithographer, 



to North. 
Ce. 1 

r 983 V 



Gran 

'tetrbank 
14th. 

^airbrdth er, Celia Miss, r 1005 w Locust. 

7airburn, Geoige, (Fairburn&i. tchiioo) 
r816w&4. . 

Fairburi & Jlitchison, (Gecjrge Fair 
burn anq William Aitcmaop Jr,) 
bankers, 315 w 6th. j 

Fairchild, D. B., butter, eggs arid poultrj, 

312 J 9th, r 713 w Grand ave. 
Fairchild, Douglass B.,. candy | makers 
j 713 w Grabd av«»'. , ! | 

Faircl0,lj, Alffed R.[, engineer Des Moines 

Malt Houkei r|1647 e Capitol aye. 
Faircloth, Danie|l B., fireman tyes Moin« 
M^lt HoW, r e Court ave, Grant 
P^r' 1 ' r T ' T 



Faires 



'f 






John[ JD., 'traveling salesman, 
Spra|gue, Warner & Co., r 1417 w 9th. 
Falrleps, Jose^lJJlab, r dver 226 e 6th; 



6oidM Rule iqiothine Hausf^ j^i^^^^^^i^i. 

. M. JOHN8ON * SON j I 617 W»*t Wiildiit Si Dei 






VVAl^iit 






■clr tractor* tot Plunibln ft Stei i n> 




MBI 

ISOff.W.ilital 



'airview— fxopi east 

I north, pet, A ihforcf 

|*ai8, (Minnie [M^ss; j 



11 



S.»hooLr70: w|P 

alk( f sky, j Fred., rjsjl^ 

Jalkc fsl y, i Gbtt riedi; j 
j, t |es glomes jfaelfi 

'Faljt) 1, . ohn, w 

j [saiamrj)ck Hous 

Falioi, TimotUj, wke 
1 lail,vay,rll28w 

, John, lab, bfjs 



Salt 



01 if, 

Pari;. 



Fane 



Mm 



wks P » 



tf or ;h tfirtee 
anc Eiat aiyt 

achtr' Wiahin 

•i 
wks 



Liveipoo 
i('oii,r5Ui> 

is Ej p.! Jjiri$s <$ iCo 



Desj 

Wa 

109 W 



r- 



ler , Charh ttc 



doii 5 over 423 e 



ng House, John 



v 



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Fa 

nt 

m 

t ■ 

Fit 



.4th 

i 

»£ « 
4t :i. 



ng John, i\rl 



Firc-i,. William M., 
11: 8 w 4th 



Moinles I^ion 
n$. 

2d. 

. QaiaqV, ^vjStii tor 



• Miss, 



pr liter 

i 
emnnj 



l, Walter,., rirem 
I:. R.b^sTle 

£y, Prank, c k, r 7&} e 

ey ? .lames, li.b, r 9 40 \* 

ey, IJohn, v ka \Veir 
7p5 1^ 4Hlen. , ■■ f I 

iverp 



6th. 
Failriitag 



muslijtetAer 



p Fanning Hous 




D ffi MIOINES qiiRyCTO^iY. 



MPANY. 



i HOT WATB ui 918 WTttOT. 




FAX 



2(3 



Farquhar j., pre 3 Ftirq 

■\ 005 e'JtocUst,ii J rear t 



. C. IjCeiijon, 



n| C.St. I 
Hd'ise. 



Allen 
lith. 
Firnftce 



iieBPacHng 



Hiverbool and 



{(Iheitnut 
'arner, James, 



P)lk 






K. C 



7&5'e Alloi 



i (Moines, Packing Cbj, t 

I I 'II / 

Farley, Hichad, car inspestdr, (p.jR 

hIUt,r7!fie<Mlen. ' 

■ ■ ■ - ' il 

Fari(y,;iicha3l, .v'JsBurniid 

Farkw, Jobe^ ij)eli,waie, 
Mohe?. 

F«|rlf)w, Si J. f jjtJKtyht, 



ier, jamea, ciKP)ik Jp 
iant,kl3& w WJishii^ 



! 

^jnjersl (jorn Inj |jeedj ifelU ll 
IJ] lus )atid pr >pj 17f 4 e Gi ai>c j lv 



mer; Loan mtt Trust )3o.', 




E. pMpnja^i, 
apf s jjk. 



l1 Veikd, pre »,. |F. 
looBiBoOamlSSCj, 

?fi }er i Mutu il iniur Ante to 

nuking, frek.ll AJPilrilr; 
,. .over 719 w Waft* ^ !ff< 
i|a^er, Jeorge, lab, fj 170f e{ Dels 
■'(Wniwcrth,; R ',k., ravo. 

Advance' ThreiheV Co,, 1 r~b 

litoi^e JWtel. 



i 



tv. LoouM St. T«kUp i 



uhar Heating Co., 
saiue. 

Farqubar; I H, R, ingin^er Farcjuhar 
Heatife Co., r'605,e Locust. 

Itarqiiharl Heating | Co., F. Farqu^ar 
prea] I>. \^\ 6nnth secy and treaa, M, 
J. F^rquhar mngr, mnfrs and dealers 
Farquhar (Sya';eni of Heating and Ven- 
tilati6i|, 005 e Loc ust . . , 

farquhar, J. D., traveling salesinan, bds 
Saveryl HotelJ 

ijarqllharj M! J., mrigr Farquhar Heat- 

Lo<mat. 

Mm., laundress, r 1427 



SF 




"j >g C(j., 005 e 

Fa *qubar, 0aMna 
f\ e Mapjel 1 , 

Fa -quharson, H. f , 1 

Fa.i'quharainlLydi 



02 



^Aborii House. 
jwquiiaraonjijyuiaS, Mrs., r 950 w |7th. 
FaiTJAlberilwho'lieaa'l.e and retail fruit 



715 w| jWaluut, r 938 w 4th. 
•rX Charles, student Highland 



I 
Farr,'., Charles, student Highland Park 
l<. Normal College. 

F^rr,|ElniejrEj,(YouJg|& Farr) r 'Main, 
Sevastopol U 

FarreJVJanies, cigars and tobacco, 423 



YSTalnut, r]391 pi 8^1i. 



Fardel], Mjiry QVIistj, wks 114^v 6th ave. 
Farroll, Tliomks, engineer C. St. P. & K. 



q. R. R.,tids nr 



C. St. P. & K. C, 



rinjter, bds 113 w 8th. 
HO Monroe, s Dea 





en mm 

■«► CD 
<ct> CD 

Ea 

33 

II 



aecy, 

Mlolnes. 
l^Biiian 

mid^ 



round house. 

Farripgtoii,S.a, ill 

Faraht, Clara Mra., 
Moines. | 

'.F-arwell, Jphnj bds Nelson House. 

Farwell, II ML,< ahqoiing gallery, 322 w 
C I'Vyalniit, r 1426 V Grand ave. 

Faaalck; -• — '-*, fi.riace builder, r 778 w 
.' ,ioth; j ,. .]':'' 

Sate^F.jteaniater, ]• 1032 w 10th. 
ate,| Fraflk, teams ter, r 1208 w Day. ' 
Fate, Franklin, ieaiifiter, r 1178 w 2nd. 

^ate^Lucy A. Mise, ^)kpr Des Moines 
Manufacturing and Supply Co., r 1178 
w2ndi I I 

^ate^Morton, book ajrt, r 1178 w 2nd. 

FatIand,CJiarleaE.L fclk Torkel Si Ves- 
. neatadirlltoe m ( h. j , : 

Faulkender, kiddie ^Ilsi, student Commer- • M"^ 
cial Colleger 18f)7 e 9th. ' 4 (y 

Faulkner[ 
r 1154 



3 

^3 



ii 



FhxorijFlcra l A.,st 



Arthur, 

Wilst. | 



lege,' i 



elk tlnion Supply Co,, C 

i • 

deii t De8 Moines^ Col- 



1620w 



cuaei 
8th. 




QQ. 



team Heating, 
piambiug- and Onii 
FltUns. , 



eJJRMES LAIN.®. PLUMBER 



to 

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**: 

S3 g 

ft* 



Dealer in 



2J04 



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nil... 



AND STEAM F 



ipe and Fittings, Plumbers 1 Merchandise, Etc, oes Moines, la., Locmm 



FAY 



DES MOItf 



r, butcher, 



SDL 



Kay<}hingan f Fay, butcher, bds 913 e : Jjre- 

mont. ji 

Fee, David J., barber, r 821 w Cherry; || 

Feeney, J [)hn, miner Van Ginkel Coal pc ., 
jr Jefferson, Sevastopol, f j 

Feeney. William, miner Van Ginkel (Epnl 
Co., r Jefferson, Sevastopol. ■ J 

Feige, Geprge, wood carver Des Moines 
Plani lg Mill, r 111 e Grand jive. 

Feige, Minnie Miss, elk, r 111 e' Oftfaufi 
lave. 




ne^s 



Feinberg, 

Felker, (fh 
<Edis( 

Felkner, L A., student Iowa Bus 
' College. 

Felmisker, C. B., printer, r714 w jlStii. 

Fellows, Albert W., bkpr SethJ BUttWr 
bds I >es Moines House, j ! 

Fellows, Joseph F., physician over |50Q 
j Walijut, r 305 e- 11th. 

Fellows, T, J., phvsiciau and surgeon 
! 3U5 e 11th. * 1 • 

Felshaw, J. S., traveling salesman^ r 11? 
! wPaHc. | 

F^ridriek, Minnie Miss, student Hiijhlai 
| Park) Normal College. 
Fenian, Annie Miss, wks Capital 1 Ci 
j | Steam Laundry. > | I j 

Ferilow, Patrick, wks Dee Moines Bugg^ 
| -Co., • 120w0thave 

Fenner, <jx. II., student Iowa Business Cojl 

i ' lege ■ 

Fenner, Jesse A., deputy auditor Polk 

i Co., • 222 e 9th. * i 

Fenner, Margaret Miss, teacher irempr 
, school, r 904 e Grand ave. . i 

Fenton, James, traveling agt Amsworm 
• jv r & Bc|nbright. . ' j , 

Fenton, < ames L., grocer, w Gi-ftnd a,ve 
nr B: own's Park. j 

Ferguson, Albert, farmer, r 216 e (Jd. 

Terguson, Edgar M., bkpr J. H. Thode, r 
549 w 8th ave. j ' j j 

Ferguson, Elizabeth Mrs., r 1549 Je Grand 

: ' ave. \ I I ' ' ' '■ 

Ferguson, Ella Miss, dressmkr, b(f s 131J7 e 
TCapijtall ave 



Ferguson, James, real estate, r 
^Walnut. 

Ferguson, Minor L., painter, bd 
Court ave. 



1015 e 
b 1514 e 



RECTORY. 



FIE 



rra, 



Ferguson, M. M.j collector Chicago Luqi 
ber Co., r 549 w 6th ave. 

Ferguson, W. fi., student Des Monies Cql 
lege, r ]402 w 7th. , 

Ferracane, Sebastian, lab, r 415\:MadisoQ 
s Des Moines, j-' ' 

Fdrree, John MJ., sewing machine, atjd 
teal esiite agt, r 1304 e Wa\kW, 

Ferree, \yilliam !D., printer Des JMoiujis 
Leader, r ovejr 905 \v Walnut. 



Ferrington, 
■■ 1055 w 



Fesenraeyo :r, Albert H., 
R. R. round liouse. 



Warren E., 
11th. 



Fqrree, Chajrles N., mai 
9th. 

Ferren, Frknk, cement 

J4th. 
Ferris, Frank, bd,B Ardiiore Hoiei 



carrier, (. 1369 
mason, r 1334 



carpet weaver, 
r nr C. St. P. 



*w 



Dow r s, 



r 607 e 1st. 



Fcssenmey^r, Charles W., car renjiirer 
St, P. & K. C. R. R , r 5 w Ottl. 

Fe^sler, Fnink B., teamstor Gibson Cokl 
Co., r 709 Madison, s Des Moiues. 

Fessler, Theodore, student Highland Park 
] Normal College, rooms Collage Hajl. 

Eeulner, George, wks Des MqitJeB Malt 
House, r 1706 e Des Moines. 

Feustermaker, Edward. wJts Shaver & 



Fickel, Joseph, carpenter, r 1540 pf 5u) 
Fickes, J. F„ druggis^, r, over 1428 w 

Grand ave. 
Ficke, L. Mrs., r over 1428 w Grand ave. 

Fidelity Mutual ,Pire Association, 
D.i D. Fleming, fires, A. Holland 
treas, S. G. Lee siecy, N. E. Cpffln 
counsellor, rooms J205 and 206 Iowa 
loan end Trust Co|. bldg. 

Fidlar, 

Fidlar ' 

Fidlar, Wiltert O., teamster Michael Ri- 

ordan, * 1333 w Grand aVe. 
Fidler, Wal,do C^Fidlir ifc Goul^l,) r 1.4^7 



i^oan i.na ipisi kjq. oiug. : 
idlar,' Samuel E., elk, The Loga^ Hotel, 
idlar, Sokn H.J farmer, r 1238 w 9th. 



w Grand ave. 

Fidler, William) feed 
Grand kve. 



Fidler & (Jould, (Wafdo C. Fidler 



store, r 

i 

1 



133: 



ami 



Field, A. 



QS©AI^ L0FQMST 



w 



Edwan: C. Gould,) wholesale nmini 
facti^ringlcoifectiotiers, 217 w 31. 
G., physician and surgepu. offi 



,1 



audi-, 1234 w 12th. 



411 W LcJcutt St I AH 0«rm«nt« *$• Made ai 



r 

Trimmed 
Manner. 





;;■! n^?. 



Field 



M 



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.;• t 
Field. 



Angie Missj r 



[|A. 
■)inje8 



W., ( en<Hneef > , 



Life 



:qil a 

I 



B(iidewi]ip M £pc3 



Stock npuratiee 



o., ri 



gtpn av»> 



w 



i? iel 3 

1 
.Eieldl Eviiliss, ?kpr IJTot til fve^e rhjtiive 



Fioldiag, 

![ -l v 

Fieh 

'■'<■: < 
Fieh 



1 .( 



'('«il Co., r nJDes ||loi|ie^ o^ 
ieiiiitopol. 
s; Oscar, n.iner 



B 



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$id< 

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■F|g3»I 

1 p & 

Fift< 



?. ff lonias, lii ner 






r 



o, lJA|'ld,|b(cp 
Vild'HijiiGU e s Rice 

»,' (. L., u glit Vatx 



:o. t ljnjr Des Mom s coal mines, He- 



'd., : 111.3 lit, 



!l(l 

Ja 

HIlljl 



I, 1 Jjra lk, liWness 
flleiyCd. | 819 

if) Mrs;, i 413 e 
$treet] fifte< 



i 'i 



kloii os river ffoin 
)l0((|iS fciortli of Sclijool; 

entjll Street pfer.th iakt 
^oiies (ive fr'oii iHarficft ; 
ave, m|l frorfc prowls* tol 

:ive, 



- Fifth fj-et-Fi 
I » rh'<Jri from 
an 



Fifth Js 
v ! rK 

'Fifth 
r 

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18)6 



bdbtfe a'ii4 stioes 
wl5m. 



t$cliIii8uraiceCc 
/e. 

,_. 'rejlerick'A.,., 

Si^fWalmt,!^' 

Field., Tdbri F., mgine| 

, jJv.if, JiDep M)i*ie8. 

Fieldj, h a Miss, ;eache^ SM^mit 
lSoll W krlijngton 

r 



Jet \Mbiiu.s 



jaccooji: 



ro|m Chlbatiiut 
rfce 



Fi 
!ij, fi"oin $£a|ury 

iee;J-Fi 
etf, from ItaJcdoolli 



DeiOIoiuej.' 

George, ^t^ideijtt 
11 ?gi 



DES J^OGME^ jjlEECTQRY. 



800 [v ^Ipgio^ 



3r. 



Shan k, ; Wj-igjh; 
poa.j 

hinati 



r J 



Co 



8 Di(!8 lie 



Utl 



it 



to Cdlegc 

1| lealtj of; Des 
to Garnelc 



th BOjJthbfl t>ei 



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r s 




ortji western 



Hi! 



)n 



inikr i)fes 
De 3 Vtdin 



. svest 
idcoon.rilveSI' i)\vo 



V f * 



tc 



Moines 
3ar field, 



Butihefcs 
1420 wj 




Ide 



ScSiiol,. 



galley 
ines. I 



.Goal 



Hoipes 

}8J • 

of lt)ea 






of I Desj 

o Court 

V^a^hitLg^ocL 



Des 



prund jave, 



Proctor 
mines, 



I 

! 

Coal 



Moines 



avev 



Moines 




filler, Nellie &\ Miss, nilliner, r 850 v 

■li 7th - ■ . ' ■!• 

^llmore Street— Eleven 
|j from east 6th to i3th. 

:wncb, A.F., engineer; :' 




FIN 



: -20(i 



h north o/f ^ortb|, 



Finch, Daniel M.Jr.tal estate, iiod t^ 
; Iioc'uBt, r Bfown'ih" ' " 



it 



Finch, George W., wk$ 
Ij637 <j Capital a vfei 

nch, H/j wks F. M. li 
Hill, W Grand ave.[ 

Fi nch, Isaac 8., drijla^ 

ave. i hi 



Finch, Jah^es H M eng|ii3er Eureka 
Co., r ; Gifant Park. ' 

Finch, James II., Grui^t 5, e Des Moines 



Finch, J. ;D., Grant, 17j^evjey. 
Finch, J. til jr., ^ranL^e Des Moii 



130^ e Lyon. 

U estate, iiO 
r o6ds, Greet: wood 

t 

Packing limine, * 

i' 

ibbell, r Terrace 
r 1637 e Capita|l 
Coa 



F. Sweet, r : 304 <i 



Fitich, John C, wks j)[ 

j.! Destines.,,,! 

Findlan, Janies, engine Y . ^., .... A 
M C. R. p^r 1009 w Walnut. 

Fitidlan, James E., engineer C, 8 
, E.C.K. K., lolOiw Locust. > 

Fiidlan, Thomas; riiii er Des Moiiie 
, Coal Co. ] I 

Firidlatr, C! V., student Hi<rhland 

■r - -XX ' inn I: \4 . . 



'iidley, J. B ph^s 
| over 403 w Walm\t, 



rC, St P. 

St. 



es. 



& H 
P. '0 



N^ 



>rmal College, 1 ! rooms 2nd nr 



j: i ork ave, Lake Pank. 



cian and surffeo 



Par . 

;lNew 



St. 



r 11127 \f 21 
Flndiey, J. L f , student kighland Parji' 
Normal College. 

Findley, lizzie Mrs., rS!05'w Vine. 
Fines, Anna Mrs., 1329 <» Capital aye. 
Fiilessey, John Q., c|k b. V. div. diliA. 
& P. It. R., r 1417 |f .Grand ave J ' 



Finger, Jahe >Iis8> stjud 
College. 



hi 



t Iowa Bu si net a 



Finger, Richard, elejctrical concaver, G. 



90,6 w Loqnk 
2nd. ' ■! 

512 



1' W. Mogelberg, b|ds 
k, Ai, tailor, |r 633j e 
k, D., tailor, G.«Posiier, r o ver 

Finkj Ella Miss, r cor (j s ^5th and 

Fink, Joseph J., wks 
Hoiisck r same. 

Finfc, Loijis A., teui ster, Redhead ■& 

.' Whitiiev, r cor e s 
Jpipk, Marjlha Mrs., rfc 



Scott. 
Des Moines Maflt 



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15th and Scott 
i 31rs M rtcnr e 15th and Scojt. 

IMPLEMENTS. ■(*■!>„• j 



GltlOUbTUR4L M „.^„.„ lul , Cl) 

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Fink, Ollvcj L., student Higt.land Park 
Normal College, rooms College Hall. 

Fink, V. P., r 719 w Olark.i J 

Tink, W. W., sec'y Highland Park Land 

Co., r 710 w Clark. T 

Finkbine, E. C, gen'l mgr {Green I Bay 
Limber Co., r 717 w,:4th. | 

Finkbine, Robert S.,j chairman board of, 

public works 1 , r 808 w| 19th. | 

Finkleback, Harris, pedler, r 318 e 2nd. 

Finlayscn,-' Daniel ,W.j (Beusun & Finlay- 
son)l r over 701 w Walnut. 

Finlayscn, John Aj., medical student pen- 
son & Finlayison, r over 701 w Wal- 
nut. ( 

Finlan, gliomas, miner D^s Moines [Coal 
bds 610 Monroe, i ijes Moines. 

arles Mrs., professional nurse, r 
ovet 631 w 0th. | 

Finn, Peter, traveling salesman Roddjswig 
Schlnidt Cracker Co.j r i20 e 9th 



Co., 
Finn, C 



Finn, P^ter C, elk Samuel 



C3 



CO 



Finney, 
Finney, 



James, Allen, 19 [Lejvey. 
John, Allen, 19 Le\ey.| 



Finney,! John A., miner 



Co.] r Jefferson nr Franklin ave 



' vas 
Finney, 
Finney, 



:opol. 



Neidig, 



e9th. 

Finn, Thomas G., city fireman, bds 
e 9(h • 



t-120 
120 



/"an Ginkel Coal 



T 



William, Allen,' 19,! Levey. 

William II., miuej* Van Ginkel 

and 



Se- 



co 



Coal Co., r s w cor Jefferson 
.Franklin aye, Sevastopol. 

Finniciiu, W. B., conductor D. M. tia N. 
R. R., rqoms 16 Flynin Blk. j 

Finnigsn. Charles A., traveling agt George 
E. King Bridge Cd,i r over 6}9 w 
Walnut, v ; | I | I 

Finnigan, John, wkB Scqfield, Shimmer 
& Teagle, r 505 jeifersou s [l)es 

Mcujea. | j . i j 

Fiorita; Antonio", (Fiorita ]& Son),,r 916 w 
6th ave. u I | 

Fiorita Charles R., (Fi(|ijta & Son), it 916 
w <)th ave. |i I \ 

Fiorita & Son, (Charles jjlj. and Antonio 
Fiorita), fruit and dbmmissi6u mer- 
'chunts 205 w 2nd. I " 

Firestone, E. S.,, manager Columbus 
BuW Co., r 700 w 4th. 

I i ; I 

+4 ; 1 



itirst B}»Mst Church, Rev., H. w. Ti 

| den piator, w Locust cor 8th. 

iFirst Baptist Church (colored) Rev. Sam. ' 
uel Johnson pastor, e 2nd bet' Locuiii! f 
aud Grand ave. * • v 

First Mot ho dist Episcopal Churcli 
, I^ev. ^l\ H. Ames, D. D. pas]tor, w 9$ 

i ; siw 

JFirst I St 

j Mojn&e river from Raceooiji river io 
| Locust, and from Center to North. 
First JSlreq t — If irst street . east of D< s 
I 3loitieg river from Raccoon to j^apl ■ 

First ^treet—t-First south of Desj Moines 
river from Raccoon river to iMonroj. 
s Des Homes. 



cor Pleasant. 

r^e^First street weiitiof.Dta 



£irst thtfted iPresbyterian 

RtNJ |W. T. McConnell, 
Gikndave cor 7th. - 



; ^irst Wfealeyan Methodist Churcli, .13! 



Churci, 
pastor, iv 



ASCIIs,, j George M., bkpr Deal MoU^b 
j Brick Mnrg Co., bds 1121 w Locust 

Fischer, Frank, cornice mkr A. t. Welt, 4 
'^ j : r 1423 kv 1st. , J J 

Fischer I Fred, brick mason, r 803 W lit i. 

Fischer! J.. H., with Iowa State Band. 

Fischerjl Ji lius, brickma,son, r 82s w llti. 

Fiscus^ G. M., bkpr Des Moines Bri(k 
Mntg Co., r 102 w 5th. j ! 

' • IT ■ I ' 

Fish, Anna Mrs,, wks Des Moines Gotten 
Mijls, r 6 Walnut n e cor Eastm 
Boulevard. ! 

ish, Anna Miss, weaver Des Moines Cot- 

ton Mills, r Grant Park. 

Fish, Bjujr^oyne, Grant 1, e D«s Moines. 

Fish, H. Jh, student Iowa Business Col- 

I'll- '■' i ' 

lege. h • ■'!',„ ■ 

Ifisher,' Amalia Miss, wks Mrs. James H. 
Cloyis, Courtland Boulevard, Clifton 
Heights. ' ' ' 

IfisherJ Andrew, tinshojp 112 
r same. 



1 



KisherJ Bruce E., nurse, r 
Easton Place. 



1< 

F 
F 



GftKFIBLD 

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e dourt ave, 
Boulevard, 



Eastot 
isher, C. A., elk Lang Bros., r 706' e 9th. 



w 



isherl Christian, caijpeuter, jr i 1125 

Crocker. •; | , 

isher Cllra Miss, r 756 w ltit \l\ 

isher ul.fton,; elk Lang Bros, i 

Flisher; (l(|a B. Miss, took Fijank ti. Ar- 
thur; 



(f|NE PRICE 

KANSEN & OO. 



51 



101 e Maple. 




STORE, 

ijocust Street. 



iMti nenlal ( lo thing Ho i 

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Bif6.,bd3 Satin Ijfouse. 

Florence- kias, sipj>iy tea^he 
E-ist U08 Moinoa IrulJhl 
1$U i Grand av£. 

ifaiik, (Fisfyeif 

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J {Frank, tinner 
Oresiaye nr Bluff, 



Merlj Ghorge, wka 
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Fishei : , ( -uorge . |Ai, 
* Wooc and ay£. 



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tinware; 521 t r Gi a| i d ive. 



L 
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SPishel, Gijprdp W., wka 

r [35] eGrar^dave^ 

ftshei, George W., jfoji 
. bms\ r 1014! w 4thl 

fisher. 



sne, 
FislleifJ. D., Grant, l,le 



reman 
student Iowa B 



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njister, r 
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Des 



Fialjei, J.; I), carpentry | n 

EiLstoi Piace. 
Fisljei, J. II., musician' 1 922 

Fisljer, Jc hn, stove mbjjil ieJr , r 

feljei, Jfku, miner Factor 
ISi vafc topoj.. 



Fisl|er, J 



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fisher. 



Fishp 



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Mines, Se- 



B., retired, r 



FislitJEf, a, student Higt la id Park Npr- 
uitl ColleJi, 

■Fisliel , P; ^er, jib r £ 14lft j (JJaijital Park. 



*3 



uly.tfks F. }\ 



m . r 1122;] wCrlocker. 



n uiy, v 

Fislii'l Si.miiel L., cash! peb. ftloines Uri 
MiH.1\V.,f713w. 8M. 



phronia Ji Mrs 



nih Mrs., i' 



^HNnihMrs., i'722 W< 
fcheij^St e;ph'eii/ brick mi cir, 
k'ishj'rhvj II, j bridge ci.rp 




miner UnioiL 
iltirfej-son hr Union' tlop|l 

yasto w\. -.J 

Mer.Jdin ^V, bricli r ik!i , | ' Jeflrjeraon 
» nr Franklin ave, Sevjiatorjil. 

Fisher, Julius, bill elk Dea pt pines Union 
RR, rllttiw9th. 

Fisher, L( e, machinist Eiir^kaj Manufact- 
uring Cd.,r 316 w Wihut, 

'isher, Lihfqrd, teller <Jrin( I ii.ve Sayirigs 

Bunk r 13ol e Grahjl V e ' 

ish^i), Mj., salesman), r il l\i\ fyea Moines. 



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Wedt", j r w 



fisher - — r) 



( onjparet, r 



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iaiieaa Col- 



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1012 w 



Dows, 



nes 



Qrfandave, 

T ]'.' = 

w "Vfalnut. 

114 wW 

Goal Co., r 



Coal Co., r 



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ungerman, 



wOthl I 

erry. 

18eNorth 



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lien's, Boys' arid Children's Clothing, 

FURNI8HlfiQQQ0D8,HATd,QAP8AVAU8E8. 
fort WALNUT ST., | COR. ijxTH. 



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Fi Jherl Wiiliani, (Fiahet ^ So|n) r 104 e( 
|- "Miplej . - : - [ r 

Fi.Jh.erJ William H., blaokamith J. Hi Cox 
. ! •r9I:5-e|Co j urtak 1 ; : , ! •, 

Fi jl|en m. Is., 'elevator attendant Capitol 
,. fB%, r 1333 e Lyonf ! I 

Fi *k; Charlies, wka Shank, Wright <&! Wil- 
Bon,!r^08W4th. . ' i 

Fi3ke, F^ank E.,8tudem; Highland |Park 
1 Nornial College. , i | | 

Fi ;ch, Hen(y, lab, r ovei 757 w 9th. 

Ficn, Laura Miss, teacher Long: 
. , fechpolj r 711 e Maple. 

Fiuting^. k, bkpr Scofield, Shurmer & 

m Li ' :■ i 

Teagle \ , i 

"iitib^, Fred, bkpr, rooms, 217 W Ghekt 
nut.! ,' ■ ' ' 

'itzgerald, Abner, sajlesman I Lymkn 
'■\ Jtfne^s, |710 e a 7th. 

Fitzgerald, Oharlea., printer, r ^34 w 10th. 

Fitzgerald, Fames, lab, i f 1217 w Cherry. 

Fitzierald, Fames, brooms, r 710 e s 7ili. 

Fitzgerald, J. M., student Highland Park 
NormaJ College.- ' i 

Frtzgerald, IFohn J. hoal bl^g and livery, 

r Bluff por Center. ■. , _ 

FitzieraldJ J. J., Valldy 21 Des Moinus. 

' i - I" i 

^Itz^erald, ( Morris, papjer hanger Red 

head, Norton, Lathrpp & Co,, r 12PL3 

■\\ wWalriut. .; ' ' . • ' 

.Fitzgerald, Sarah J. Mj-s , r 777 w 10th. 

Fitzhugh, Alex, solicitor P. C. Kenyon| r 

]i25wJ2th. ':' ;| ( | 

ntzbatrick, Edward, lab, r 702 w 2nd. 

■Fitzbatrick; Frank, , flag nan W, fetl L JP. 
&R.R.!,]-522w^1ei. ; I 

i'itzpatrickljJohn'J., braiemanC. R. I. & 
P.p.lK. r219e.9th 

I'kzbattickJjiilia' Miea vka r 738 e Wal- 

!Ut- • ' i 'j » ! ! 

ittick, Maggie M|isii, 4ressmkr Mrs. 
[olrgau, r 522 w Elm. ; - 
ltrick. Martin, miner Eureka Fuel 
o.,rll5 w Short j ! ; 

itrickJ Mattie MiHs! student Ca])it^l 
ity Qimmercial College. ' 
itrick, Thomas, brake* man I). M. 
. 0. 1^ R., r 522 w Elm. i 

la(k«r, L. 0., wks Hollalid «k Nt^w, rj 5 

*'. W n < 1 ' '■■'>■■ 

l^lair, Juinefj, plumberiLiing <fc Hcoville 
322 e Walnut. I 



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ajpRanses, Furnaces, ' 
8TQVE3, REFRIQE^ATOm, 



ES DIEEOTOKY 



Flanagan, Ada Missj s^ident Highlaud 
- Park Normal College, rooms College 
> Hall. ! F ! 

Flauigai, Mary, Mrs., millii: er Mrs. M. 
J. Pease, r 220 e a 7<k 

Flanigan, Mary, stiiaen; Iowa Business 
Col lege. ; 

Flannagan, Dennis, conductor W. St. j L. 



_ 8 

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4=3 O 



CO Q 

£3 



& P: K. R. r 1200 



w Dherry. 



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Flauneify, Daniel, n^ail carrier, r 405, e 

>! , f < ! ' .1 

Flanpery, Jerry J., (Flannery & Davis) 
r. 826 e Buchanan. , 

F ■' I 1 

Flannery John F., grocejr, 610 e Locust, r 
706 e 0th. 1 jj 

Flannery, Thomas, seetioh workman, bds 

• t 117 \v 2nd. j| 

Flannery & Davis, (Jerry Flannery and 

Oscar Davis) druggists, 50-le Walnut. 

"i , ■ * |1 : , 

F|avenu, Charles, wks ;J. G.j BerryhilJ, 

; 11C1 w Pleasant.! j 

Flavin, Michael Revj. pi'jtor St. Ambrose 
! Church, rCOawHitti. I 

Flaw, Aaron, painterj r l425 ej Maple. 

FJeek, Albert C, lab, bdsj 102i) w 'Cherry; 

Fleisehman, George, shp<?mkr Charles L. 
Kahler & Co., r ISlSlkv Bluff. 

' U i 

Fleischmann & Co.!, Jpsiah A. Snyder 
mugr, mufra com pressed yeast, 111) w 

L'llSt. | ■ J j 

g, I). IX, (Soijiesli Fleming) r 1005 
^ocnst. j ^ 

ir, Eliza Mrs. r 1507 e Walnut. 

g, James, real estiite, over 521 e 
Lob ust, r same ; 

Klemii: 



; i "L( 
. Flemin 

Flemin 
Flemiu 



ca 



g, Levi, elk C. Harbach, r 81 
ave. I 

g, R.* II. Mrs. r 1Q23 e 12th. 

g, S. B., wks Savory House. 

g, William, r|103ij w Locust. 



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Memir 
I Flemii 

I Iteming, William [H., £eey Iowa Biiikl- 

;. j aii' 1 Loan Assoeiatfojn, r 1222 e Wal- 

i ; ' nut. - I ; I - 1 

I 1 , ! j I 

' Flemniing, Barton ty, ba rpenter and eon- 

1 | trnetor, rB19 wGth }ive. j ! 

Fdemmiug, John, fatlitoad contractor, r 
: '95Lw7th. l \ ! I • ' 

Fjlemmtng, Nancy Mr$.,| physician, r 819 
i w Gth ave, 

Filemniinu', W. II., studejut Iowa Business 

C(llleg'\ ; ' 



Flesierjj, W.j carpenter and contractor 
:• 950 w 16th 11 " ' » 



Pleslijer, N^jJivt 
' Uhestnut. ' 



^LO 



•s., laundress, 






r '208 w 



Fletdibr, A., wks Xowai Pipe and Tile Co' 

Fletcher, A. J.i Mi|s., r over 440 u Gran 
i.ve. 

Fletc her, Andrew] plumber Burnside 

■ ! ]Iehoe| i | . ' ' • ' 

Fletc he|-, Efdward, wks Savery Ho<ise. 

Fletcher, EmmaBj. Miss, priuiKjjndergar 
teal IrVin^ dclioc^l, r 1304 w Center. 

Fletc hejr, Frank J.; engineer Tounke 
]k08.^bdsHotel De'Keece. j 1 

Fletcher, James, retired, r 1126 wCth ave, 

Fletc hcJr, John, wkjs Iowa Pipe laud Tile ' 
CoJ, rw 1124 W 4th. 

Fletchcjr, KateiMisk, dressmkrJ r- 1310 ir 
■27th. r 



Fletqher, 
Ilk? 



Fletche|r, | Mollib jVIiss, wks Kirkwood 
v> ! House. 



Fleuiy, Ed ware. 



Louis A., qlk DocUsitader i 
ns, r 1331 e Maple 1 . ' ' 



Flinn 



Flint, 
Flint, 



Flinul JajHles 
Mciues. 

.. 7 Kob_„ 1 
m w 10th. 

Flint, 
r 

Ct 



F., foreman Dcs Moinf; 



Edison Light Co., r 217 w 

Fliini, Edward M., student Drak 
si ty, bds Student^ Home. 

W., Bloomfield 
{obert Y., comniercial 



. liestuul 
3 Univerf 

18, Des 

ravelp, r 



unan 
,ave. 



s 1st. 

jby Com 

326 w 4th. 

19, De^ ^Ibiuji 
3hamb3rlainJ& 



P. W); wks Blue line Transfer C6« 
Sb8w I). }■ j " 

Samuel, teainster, r 306 e 

{p. W., student Capital C 
lierci.al College, r ' 

Flipse|, Wdliani; Valley 

Flood Clara Miss, elk 4 , 
Cb.,.r| 12041 wGiin4 

FlookjBert/; wks Dij. Bagley, 

Ciiurt ave. 
Flook William D., traveling agtj Arae 

cab S(?wing Machine Co., 

G<mrt ave. 

Flood, Pai rick, baker r ll!l0 2^nd,b 0es j? 

Moines. ^1 \ 

'Floot, Auia, student Iowa Business Cc(l- 

le T e. ' ■ I 

Floott Anna Miss, wkk 1402 w Center, 
Florei]tin|, Sister, Fijanciscan Sister;. 

841 w 2nd. i 



Washington Life Insurance Co. 

lATfONAL BANK, 



OFFIOE OVER 10 




pi 1014 

Line 
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ag>r 



V. BOWIfAN, for*.*. 

8T8. 8««Ad». 



#ND 



WALNUT 




NTAL CLOTHING HOUSE. 

i. and RhdipiW uid £ ittll SmIui la Ita ind B^ OptUaeTwMTwkln nt cor,. 8lxtJ> 8t. I 



/PONTINE 



M $ MOINES DlREOTQEY. 



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'lorer, D. If, motor mai 
Street Rail W, r 1313 

Florv.C. D.,' tUfelingjfgt 
K: ; wtou, IaJ, bds \603 w 

71ynn Block, w r th ? sej<or 

IflYnn, Carrie Miss, jwkejj::02|> 

;?lynn] Eugene, puihber, r 

Flvim, Frank Jr., wks ^Veirl 

' r ")U4 Jeifersoi a Des Moines.' 

flvnh; Frank, raiueif BMun in d Coal Co., 
•' * r f}l)4 Jeffersoji $ Des M^tjes. 



i 



Flynn, Frank, student 

j ' College. 

Flvnn, Frank, r.5q8Wl3tjh. 



udc 



Flynn, Frajik P., 



Uankj room 1$ Flynn 
Flvnn, Geonre, plumber 

.' 008 w i3tii. ' I ■ ■ ; 

lyim, Kate Miss, Wks 21 



bkpr . ]?e( }:l?s Savings 



Flv 



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wk(j 1C23 

pres : Pe( 



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jtfary 3Iiss 
Kinjr, w Grand 



Flynn, 

flynn, 
Flynn, 

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>?lynn 
Jo 

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wks 
ave|. 



MaryMiss, tfkskCOIth 



Xora Miss, r 508 >s 1 
Owen D., (tfljjim ^ S 



^ Swift, ,(6 
ill T: Swift)/.' 



ijiil fitting, Under 



Wen 

i)lu>b 
9(j 



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Des Moines. 

Yaua Brog., 
Siraddave. 

Ijoeust. 

wHigh.' 

OS w 18th. 

urnaiee Co., 



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Flynn, Julia ?Jiss, 

Flynn, ' Martin, . . j 

Uiink, j and. dealer in 
'"Walnut; Hill, w end Grab 

FlynnjMary3Iiss, ^ 1442 w 

Irlyiin,! Mary Miss, wks- 3efe 
' W(|rkH,r 502 w Jefferso i. 

flynn, Mary, student : Ioivji 
| * -College." 

Flynn, 



Grand ave 
21st. 

38 Savings' 
Me s;ock, r 
d'aye. ; 

ust. 
Moines Box 



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IFogertv, 
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'Foley, 

Foley, 

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WsUnut. -j 

FqgirtvJ|john, prfniir 1 
" tor, |r ip w Walmitj 

Jacob D., tWielin 

ter Co. i " \ T " | 
Ann Mrs., rij|28 W "V\foo|lla|id ave. ! 
1 aruey J., m^ 

.( cust. 

I iziie " Miss, 

v 13th. 

Matthew J. elk Youike 
W w Walnut. ■ 1 i f 

fol mlr a Mr8 -' W W* 



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Foley, Micjiajl L elk Younker Bros, bds 
J 1310 w Waluut. ' 

Foley, Thomksi blacksmith, Uar 811 w 
• Walnut, rl 946 w 13th. 

Folgero,; Geoijgel painter II. Mi Poison, r 

'.'■• 505 e;s ,7th! \<""[ '■ j r r 

IFoljambe, C.Jseiy and jtreas 0. E. Miller 
Co.,r703 r WPark. [ ' ' < 

Folkofske, Gottfried, \ak r 518 e! s 5th. 



Folsoin, 



Business 



George E. 



t), r ks w 



niiner De$ Mo 



Go. ' ; .[ ■'■•';■ • 

Folsom, Alb^rj; E.l conductor Do Moiiies 
Elbctrlc Street Ky., r 1017 e Gralnd 

Folloin, Edgai* ;AU telegraph operator, r 
.1617 e| Gralnd rive. ' 

Foluom, MarylMn., nurse, r 1180 w 12th 

Folsom, Sherman I., contractor and 
builder, r 11801 w 12th. 



Folsom, 



Willie 



Ligh| Co., 
Fokz, Ge 



C.L bkpr Hess 



o/h- H&7t< ^ E Cox & 4)' r ^ er 

901 w .Walur"" 



1180 $ i2th 

,ut. r 
I^ooV, William if., Jfksi Liverpool and Des 
Moines Pa{-jvin^ C6., r lSljbe Walnut. 
Foote, Amos W.; opfcraior 0. K.I & P. 1{. 
I , .K., r,w Grand ajve, js e cor 6tl ... j 

Foote,iH, B., trUeliuir Salesman ' Varfield, 
. Howell, W(itt (Jo.' I 

Foote, John P., traveling, salesn an Per- 
kins & $rinsmaid. 

I?poty Mary F. Mrs,, r 1J208 w Lo Mist. 

Forbes, Alex. Jr., bakqr A. Frinjc, rooms 
Masonic Bloc^k; 



Dl Flynn and 
ngL gas and 
3 land 905 w 



^o i^er 527 



For 
For 



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. I. Converse, r j 

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' Bros./r 

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r 1306 w 



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nes Coal 




Electric 




)es, Eugenb, student Capitjal Cii 
Commercial College, r 829 w 3d. 

)es, Ida Mri, dressniaker fo^-Mrs. S. L. 
Drew, r 304 e 1st. j ! : 'j,: ' 

1 carpenter, bds 100 



F6rbes r James 






L.,l 



Fotbe.8, Jennie Mis 
Fofrbes, Thomau A. 
bds 200 w 8th. I 
Forljes, Willis A., ilk KirWood : 

■ ■' ii jame.. i ■ "■ -"• il 
Force, William pri iter, r il28 w 
Fore 4 " *' ' " ^ 



p id Transfer 

fiJfth stbej 



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llth. 

3es;.J ! . C. siudebt Capital City Coi 
mercial G^>lleg&r 829 w 3rd. 

clk^jj. M. K light, 
jeweler Henry Plumb 



Bluff to Say] 
Beach. 



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ah. 
jnorth of Dce 'Moinc a 
ille Read, Old PrUaJd 

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70& mo 707 WALN&T *7t Udie«» Furn thing and Faincv Goods 

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• JFord, 4gnes Miss, jfjlk J. ). Gillespje, r f Foijd. I^rjck, jniiner, Des 





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1008 w Walnut. 



ForoJ, Apthony, bkpr 
\\ Walnut. 



Hirscli Bros., r 1008 

Ford, Bj C, oarpentett r 1216.W Laurel, 
Ford, C'elia Miss, principal W<*st Des 

(Moines High iftchool, bds' Sabin 

iHouse. 



OQO I Ford, Charles, mine); , Des ; Moines Coal 

j jCcuJ r 1.730 eGrafa'dj ave. ! I 

2 • F< >™» Daniel, watchman state treasurer's 

jl £ 'office, r 1780 e $rand ai-e. 

^ Ford, Daniel W., fireman C. St. P. & K. 

:\ | ; C. K. H., r 120(5 ]v finer jy. j j 

(/) Ford, D r C., team$tejr,|r cores }lth and 





Allhi. 
en 



Co, :. Sevastopot 



Moink Coal -. 



22 j Ford, Ddra Miss, -student €allanan Col- 
P i T?«wi v n y butqhdr' Brown & McKee, 



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Ford, E 



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bdsl Hotel De Keece. 



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ft O Ford, Bdmund M-i; traveling paWencer 
■F" - | agt M. P. II K.,jojtice pS w 4th, r MO 
_;; £ 5 | ; w4jth. i: I i .• 

| to Ford, James, wks ^haveii & Dows, bds 
* • p- .' Whalen House. , 

| • ^ I Ford, James, wks, Siqin House. 
| ° 2 ■ Ford, J Junes, lab,;r : (#2 w Woodland ave. 
| £ 5 ! Ford, James J., millt^ r 10P8 w Walnut. 
1 : 8 i ! Ford, J C, shoenmpr, 405 w Court ave, 
'" ; ' 845|w 15th. 

< Ford, Jennie MJF.si .stenographer, It. G. 
Drji & Co., r 12C6 w , Cherry. 

! f ' | Ford, J J F., real estotiL room 1 and 3 Clapp 
/% . . blk 1 . r over 76l kyTWalnut, 

W g j Fordi jl H .. (S. Ford & So'n,).r 1552 e Des 

t\ < | Moines. | ! 

TT § j Ford, jj)hn, r Short) nr Franklin. j 

Jo' Ford, John, miner,j Union Coal Co^jr 
t, - ajl ! Hartford avri nt Jefferson, Sevastopol. 

•J'tii Ford, John, shofjn aker J. C. Ford, 12k 
gf uj , : wlligh. | ' ( i f 

^ H Ford, Jbseph, call, boy cl St, P. & K- 
<« K. \l., v 120(ijw Cherry. 

qj Ford, J. S., preacher, Ifnited- Brethren 
o>. " Church, r 1830?W Woodland ave. 



^J O; Ford, J.iilia Miss, wks 83;} w 5th. 

■C ? ; Ford, Mac, city fireman, r 217 e 1st. 

g Ford, >turv Miss, siejiiographer Kauffman 1 

^J < ; »te (jJueriiseyi, rjlte w (lierry. 

^f ui Ford, Mortie J. iMjitfS student Highland 



jFoijd, Pa Tick, lab, bds 218 * 2nd, 

Ford, [Patrick, wks, Edward Mirphy,r 
I 421 (play s.pea .Moines. j 

Ford, Kcllin ^J, carpenter, 1 1820 e Capita) 

I >ave. |- I f I 

FprdJ Ru^us, c^>kl operator, room 
blk, lids Aporn House. 



Ford,,S,h(S. ^ord & Son,) 

MOi 168. i 



Ford, S. & Soji, (S. and J. 
cers 1554 e 1 Des Moines. 

Ford, Tl^omafe, mitier, r 
j Franklin a^e Sevastopol 

Ford, William M., hoseman 
No. 3, r 217 e 1st; ' 

Fordjjce J John, student Icw^ ^iijesB 

i ■ ( Colhge. j 
Foreman di Albertus, student 



49Cl4 : 
r 15^2 e Des 



H J Ford) gro-- 
Jeffer80Q ! nr 
engine house 



Foreipan 



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Hoiise. 



Forer 



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olle«e. 



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, brick mason, bds Central 



Iowa Biisi- 



%., teamster BloOmfield 



Co., rie 16th corFilmore, | 

Foreman| Lau'i^a Miss, wks 1806 w Ar- 
lington aV$. ■ » i ■■ ' ■-. ' j!. 

ForemaiL Joseph T., painter, r 1635 fi 

4 Maple. , i j 

Forer j Jennie Miss, dressmkr^ bds 14}4e 
I 0raajd avc>; 

Forepi ^|e— Third north of North, ijrom ; 
J pes Moines river to 35tl J north 
' Moi riles. ' '' 

Forest ^|e— ^econd north of North, from 
eastfith toi Pennsylvania ave^ 

Forest AVe— First north of (|enter, ftom ^ 



Des I 



wesjl3th 



ForeU kvenue Baptist 6%rtli, Hev, 
Elder pastor, w Fbrest ave 



Jose ph A. 
cor i lth. 

Forest Drive 



to west 
Park. 



to 15th. 



From Grand aVe south vest 
'oik and Hubbtll's 



28th, P< 

Forest home School, Miss Louisa (Pat- i 

| tersj n, pr n, w Forest ave c<jr ISU- m 
Forgiavki John H., shoemlfr, '^16 )v 4^, r 
! 314 Jv s 4t|h. 



i»! 



For-rv, F. O. Mrs., dressijikr/r 130pj «", .: 



II i""ii 



5 



Park, Normal (College. ? 
^urd, Michael, Uibj bds 218 w ^nd. 



; ? orkel, 

e Lj 

]?orkel, 



P 



;> ailing Mill, r 413 e Lyon. 



Established 1871 
TilepbOM 394; 






HAatUral STONlE, Horte^^S 

i V W. A. 8TEELE. Qutrrltt In h arlonOc 

'is r . ■ ; .. ] r 



^irtitj, elk John II Parker,<r 
■on. : . ■ . I . , , ,. 

Enii], cabinet mkr DJes Wf>.\ 



4l3 f l 



6 Fforeignf ,;*•., 

■rioXJft, (we«ts((itt3|l»I 



*■', 




ttt 



Forked F. L'., dress mjcr ajd i^illiner, 41$ 
w7th, r t same. 



Forker. Rifjdon, gf 
! Building and 



l 



?:■ 



Bloomington, II 
Forrester, L, hair-dr^E 

„ 1 J:. .T t) „„Jf 1> 



i\ i 



n 



PES (19INES piftECTOR?}. 



Forrester, J. P., suplf £ longer $ ay Co.; 319 

W 4th. 
Forster, A. M., contractor anjl| builder, r 

over 504 w^abiitLl 



Forster Block, 504 w 



Inter-State 
Association 1 ,, 
'in, r same. 

ser, r l4rf2-e Maple. 



1 tgt 1 
Lioar 
415 w 



Walmt 



Forster, E. W., student Ca I ital City^ 
Commercial College, r) 1)4 wWal 

nut. i ■. ■'■ . j ' " ' 

Forsythe, "Francis,'; iBloojnfiold, 13 Des 

itoines. .. I . ' ! > 
Forsjfh, Frederick, 1 Lib, b< is 7f 

I Forsyth, J. C, student ^igj 
Formal Colle^e 1 

Forsyth, Frederick W{,ilat 



coon. 



I Fortim 



«rVk. 



I Foshcr 
arc 

Foslllt 



r 

r<x 



r 



Fpptejr 
Fostcrj 



e 

Foster 
Foster, 



v 



Foijt( 



Fosti 
F(»st( 



, Ml, loan broker, 



Jennie? Mrs., 



, L. D., student 'Dr ike 
ins 1326 w 271 til! 



Fort, I Marion S., ' bjutich( r, Ids Miller 

' ' .i i ill-'. i ; 

' reuse. 



Foss, Jbhn, lab, r 811 

Fossjti, Frank, w_ks 
Iff Center. 

Block, w Waltiut n w co> 9tjh. 



E., driver Ga 
Buchanan,, 

Frank, lab, h{ 

Harvey H., f 
3th. 



#e> <W 



Homer, fetud^ijt 
rf)om 1160 w 24t 

r, James C, jab 

V-J. L. Mrs., 
J4«ndry, r 41o w 

Fc>ft;4r r . Nellie Mis 
Buchanan 



1 



106 



3d 2113 w 
Dilake 



M^Maridn S., elk; |W 

'^eAraiid a,vU"|. 



Foster's 

:>rop 



Walniit 



iS 



f 



F #r, Mary Mrsi tail|)re^ William 

■ ■ -fU'art's & Co. 

Qpera^Houie, }Vil 
'<dor w 8 



0&^ Moines E;:preis 

! officJe 3ll^AB T 



ikW5WAUUTST. 



THE LEADING 




r 



e 8 lf&tn. 
and Park 

i ! 

• " :« 
52 e Rac^ 



r Greenwood 



rover 606 e Grand 

■ i 

Jniver&Jty, 



e 8 8 h, 

i|Veir Funia^e Cd,, r 



Co., 



w 3:d. 



15l4e 

w'ji Dbs 
rfprrst ai'e. 

IreBiml;]-, r 



urnci Miller, r 

Tj , VI ...» 



r 1544 



2nd Lr i204 

• I ri 

University,' 



Buchanan. 
Moines 

1544 e 



"Fob 



lain Foster 



Foster, Sioney A., 



Mutual* Ijife Iusdira 1 nce Co^t 316 1 w 
Crocket "■ 



FOW 



secy Royal Union 



house, 



312 w 3rd, 



Foundry Addltioti— Frcim Eastdn Boille- 

wa/; _ ^ ' 

and Delaware aVe. 



Foundry Street-^From' Easton Boulevard 
M to Washington aye, Foundry additi on. 

Fountain Ave-f-From % orth to Majlis on \ 

• H^'deParlj, 1 '1 ■_ l J \ \ 

Washing- 



Aborn House, 
er & Liebbe), 



Foster, V. F.,boardinj 
I r same. , 

Foster, William; jvraite|r 
FoBter, Williiam J (Foal 
• j Foster's (j)pera flov se Blk. 

Foster & Liqbty, (Wiliam Foster a|nd 

j | Henry F.j Liebbe), hrchitect9, Fosters' 

i. Opera ttouBe blk. 

1 I ' 

(tio^i— Frcjm Eastdi; 

| vardto Washington ave, be^ east .19th 



211 



V 



Fountaine, EHa Miss, teacher 
jtpn, r 703 Wvr 7th, ' /■ 

Fountaine, Frank, j^ab, r 267 e Locust. 

F ountainef, Mapie Mi88, jteacher Washing 



jton kchoolj r 703 w tth. 



Fountain Place— frofn Franklin to St. 
Joseph, bet w 20th a id 23rd. 

Fourteentii Sjtreest-Jfp irteenth west of 
. PesjMoinejB rtver ( from Ft. Dodge to 
Market, from Cherry to Wilnut, and 
from Grand to Woo Hand a^ r e. 

Fqurteejith Street— fo arteenth east of 
: . Des Moinejs rjiverlfrom Itacooon river 
> ^oEliri, and fijoml Court av< to north 
J city limits. . Jl ' ' i 

Fourth Stteet — fourth west of Des Moines 
river from ElW to| North, jar d from 
Forest ave to Franklin. 

fourth Strieet-l-rf o|urth |a$t' of Dee Moil ies 
i jriver from Shaw {dj North. 

Fourth Street — rfourih J aoutri| 



of ! Des 
Moines ritjer' from] Raiccoon rivei to 
Garfield, a peB Moines.: 

FouB^l, H. C, painter Holland & Ne\r, r^ 
nl e cor 4th! and jGr^nd ave,. 

Foust, Hiram t., elk Cj Chrifit. bds 41,5 c 
Locust. | j 



Fo3ts, 



14 w LocjUBj, r^315 J 8 



i > 



Foiits, Danipl W., elk, 

Fowler, jl Charles W. 
and ! gas fitting, 1 
w.8th.! 

F(wler,' ( V., wks 1 Des Moines Coiton M: 
1 r Grant Park. j 

Fowler, W. WJ, traveling salesman, r 1 
W 10th. 



r 105 e Raccoor 
, plumbing, et 



.am 



nd Transfer Go. 

IFTHSTBJCBT, 



llH, 



RICHARDS, FMMKEMFJELD & C o. 



TBLEPH 



C^NJC 



97li 



11 



J, F.N.DRAKE 

212 I f|ox. ,! i|j I'DES 

Mi 



» WORK GUARANTEE! 

m East Fifth St. ' 



? 



MOINES DIEECTOR 



s 



? 



Fox, Charles F., mtigr Postal Telegraph 
Cable qo.s, 224 jvy 4th, bds 608 w Grand 
ave. 



Fox, D. MJ, register 



U. S. Land Oftice, 



Government Illclg, r 826 w 13th. 
Fox, Elliott H.| jralveliug salesman L. 

Fox, Eliza jeth Mija., boarding house, 509 

' e Walnut, risatiii. j • 

FOK, Forney, teftnitjter, r 1146 w 11th. 

F6x, George, mhiclr Polk County Coal Co., 
i r 509 1? WaVimlt 



-Mjiss, 




Fox, Gertrude Jljiss, rllOl e Buchanan. 

Fox, Guidon, conductor C. R. I. & P. R. 
1 ; R., rl ( J07eCthl 

Fox, Harrv, trainmaster C. R. I. & P. R. 

' R., r f406 \v 1|M. 

Fox, Harry, traVeJiiig salesman, r 1406 w 

' 11th, f fill- 
Fox, Har(y, tr&bkl rqpairer. r 786 w 11th. 

in Fox, r 1101 w 1st. 

inspector of I sewers, 



Fox, Henry, wkffiTo 

Fox, James Wl, cuy 
r.,1428w7tlh 






w 



1st. I 

and tobacco, w Court 
01 w 1st. 

weaver Capital City 




Fox, 'Jfohp.r 1101 

Fox, John jr., pig£b 
ave (jor 1st, rjll 

Fox, Jodie M.|MiF8, 
! : Woolen Miliar 1428 w 7th.' 

Fox, Lairencje ll.j ab, r 1014 w Wiley. 

Fox, Mary ^jliss,! sik M. Sheuermau & 

; Bro|irllf)l vfilk ! 

Fox. Maktie Mrs J cook W. T. Carton, r 
208|kv3r4. i : '. , 

Fox, Nejllie Misd, t teuographer |Secy of 
! :Staje, r m4 4 6 h ave. ; 

Fox, Xdllie <f. Mhs , r 9l]7 e 6th. 
Fox, Richard B., asjst yard master C. R. I- 
&F. R.R., Ms 116 es 5th. , j 

Fox, S. A. j\krs., (•' ilOl e| Buchanan. 

Fox. Thomas, harbor Smith Wiley. 

Fjox, Verona jSIi^el, Wks Des Moines Shoe 
| Malttufapturi^g- Co., bds 585 w 7th. 

Fox, Williaip, wks John Fox, r 1101 w lat.- 

pjpxlejjj Sarah A} foVErs., r e Maury. 

Krackir, Frank |3., cash! Des Moines In!* 
surancy Co., r 311 w 6th avej. 

tfrair, p. M|., teamster Perkins & Perking 
! r&B4w23rdi 

Fraize r, A., depqty constable, over 321 w 
■_ Walnut. ;j I I ! 

Fraizer, Lincoln j 4., 
jorth. 



carpenter,! r 1109 w 




Fraley, A 
Plant^ 
Fraley, Ci. 

i ton pl|: 

Fraley, T; 




H., traveling '•salesman \.yL 
r Co), r 1543 e Des MolncL ' 

;heriU> Mrs., r Boulevard, iL 
ice. I 

L., plasterer, r Eastcn J£h C q. 

Fraley, Mlbur SL plasterer, r Fasbn 
Place. I ! • 1 I 



Frame, EI a Miss,' stenographer Alf W[ n . 
gate, 1 840 w 6th ave. ' ' ' 

Ik 



Frame, George 1 W.[ stenographer '& 
Iron: Works, r£19 e ^alker. ' 

Frame, Jjj A.., < arpenter, r Forest &\l 

21st.; ' 

1 : 

France, 
6 ove 



Franceh, 
I I Co., 1 

ffraucis, 

Frimcis, 
i, f Side 
1 e Ly 

Francis 
fro 
Nor 

Francis, 

Francis, 
Husk 



eorjje II., loan broker, •< 
506 w Walnut r 1052 w 7f 



lenry, carpenter King Bridge- 
j613 b s 10th. 



(or 



cm 



, M:u, r 420 w 8th. 

jjinn^' Miss, saleswoman 
C. E. Risser & Bnx, r 



store 
On. 



jAve-j-Twelfth north 01 
west 16th, three) blocks 
ood Park. 



ot AoMh 



V 



>., r L526 e Capital ave. 

illosejh, book binder Carjjer i 
W/r ,1316 e Lyon. 

Francis, J) osej h, ( stone contractor, j- 1315 
e LySn. 



Francis, 

Franconi 
edies 






*, 



II. J., Mrs., wks 506, w 7th. 

Mec iciue Co., West India 
over 52 lw Locust. 

Frank; Ckelii Miss, wks 767 w 14tji 

ti 'li 

Frank, Joe, student Drake j Unive 

roorffe 1166 w 24th. |" ' 

Frank, li., second hand goods 506 < 

nut, jn ov|»r same. ■, ' 

Frank, Willia|m, r 323 e Grand ave. 
Frauke, OBertna Mrs., r 103 w 13,th. 



J I 
iem-', 



:iitv, I 

• • if 
''I 



Franke: 



field, A. J., (Richards, 



%u- 

ken j ffelia [& , Co.), 'bis bes i Mjoines 
pe.. 
Ave-^Ninth north ,bf Jorth 
Des Moines river to west llt». 
, from 16tti to 19th streets, 

24th to 27th. ' ; 

A\e— From west 14th to Dei , 

lbs Aver, South Riverlide prt 

George H.,. cabinet D^rl 

Hfifbaclir 106 e| Locust j , 

FranklMf School, MissLydla A. larger' 

pri teipat w 12th cor Crocker. 




n H Real Estate&Exchange Bn kers 

■III 220 V^llft pth ST. CLAPR BUC^ 



1 



R,T, OaVil! Mill GO, ,i. /i; K.'iJ, HI St Graft Floir 

! K v JDES MOIIS ES DIRECTORY. I r fee 2 3 



Franklin, 

Fraukliin 
Lyon 

Fra^z, F 

102 w, 



rank F t 
11th. 



[ ' ufacurivdanq ^iij}, 

agan House. 
Frantz, j|)lni, boi e|r nik|\ b 



|r0ni 

arber feh 



,].|'trav'3 
Ma(|hi nle 



1$ 






Frase, Benjamin E 
torly Harvesti: lg 
,713 \j 8th.. | 

Frase, George Dl, 
Freight Line, bji 

Frase, N. W., cobiradtor 
1018 w 11th, 

Fraaier, Elizabeth 



r sa^ejry Ho 
tower 



hair 



I 



no 
th 




r i42 
Hou ie, r 



Is 



ise, 
1 e 



dines ManJ 
bis £ar- 



ll 



18 w Pel- 



iv e 



68. j 



Of 

to 7th 

and bath 

£of>ds, baise- 

ave cor 



J <_ ton aVe. 

FrantzX'on, rl(}2 wlijth, 

ranzj 'Ave— Eleventh 
>foin2S river, 

fcanz^rranli WJ 

■ T room 5, and ltt<U6s; 

in'ent Sayery^qteLijir v^t 
Franc, Lake Park'. 1 

;Fran i,l, jvjks (Det jMolines 
iug trtid Supply m 

Franz L. E., i pria er ^taatg| ^eftung, 

,' 2nd tor Chestnii 
Franz, Peter- cigf r^ '^jl8 ^ dourt av;e r 
'same 



Hitnufaetur 



rw; 



Sta Uiuon Fast 
! w 8 fc|. 



uid 



Miasj w a 1101 w Bjth. 
Frasier, ifVank, Qr mt, 12, C 1 Sal eiHiek j 



Freberg 



Grant, 12; One B^rfield. 



I Freberg, 







Frvbdrg, 



Andrew, 



John, wli a 



y., 3()sl^)9e 



Frcb( 



•J "tin A J, tea 
K-, r jl6t 7 



rtvJohn V. 



•'J;n,-k, E^vailL U 




auofj I 



i We 



Frasier, William i ., 

Frazier, A., vjks IJ*. 
Walnut. 

Frazier, George S. <#rf>entejr 

r8l4wi'6th a\e; 

' I 

Frazier, Joseph, li b! 

Frazier, flattie Mjs 
w (it have. 



Gra 



$J4u 



music 



SJCtlOQ 



Des >Jo 



d av j. 



2.Uourtl$ve. 



;nmtuer 



1-uggy Co., be 8|j20;5.e G rfifd ave; 
r >H,Cpiira(l.eigirjmvrF. 

T ;, | rH2|T|\ Eaijrl*!. 
iFre-i.' 



iiin.i 



» 



in j agt T 
Work 3^ 



Es- 
r 



builder, r 



4iJ0e L'pn. 



%u;her, r 

workrikn, 

m $8, Buggy 



.er, 



8, r 92) w 
and builder, 

Bth./ | "I 



'palrertX, It. ].' & 

V(!. -| ■ ■ 

i 

Qjs Monies 



WJ Ywin 
r -82^ 



nciICo 



ier- 



&p. R.R., 

^redeiick^M. M 



Fredei-icK, Mar; 

Prede 'ick, Mar 
'} ! tic Id Schoo 

Fredrickberg, F| 



Predeilqk, Gust i MMs, fvka| 823 w 4th. 

Frede-ick, Jafli€8 L.,j brakJBman C. R. I. 
D n n n j j 5 jg g c hbol. 

re., phyjsiclan, r 524 w-%1. 



Miss, ijwj30th cbrClaik. 
S. ilia?, Jprineirml (jrt.r 



r 22rvf| Cfhestuut. 

federicK, wks Des Moines 
SdapWorkir5iC<!8|4th. 

F^edrickson. Aiink Mise wks 816 w^l8th. 

* : ; ii i ' ■ r 

Fj*edrick0<bn, Fred, miier Eureka Ccal 
Cf>;, r 618 e| 4th. | 5 

Fredrickfion, ( us, fireman Kirkwo>d 
■'■ : : House. j •' '! 

Fredrickfion, J^i jies, miner Blootafleld 

Cbal;Co.,r.(tl5e8lQtfi. 
Fredigill, James, brick (mkr, r Grant 
.'-Park.;. 4 \, 

Fredrigill, J. Mi, Grant 

Fre^dr,igill, J. T. Giant 

Free, Charjes, h,b, r 171B e Lybn. 

Freeberg, G. Mis., stud |nt Eclectic Me<jli- 
' Cal College, bds lltj'e Grand ave. 

Frebbej-g, Ida ^iss, wk i 621 w 7th. 

FreebArn, Charles, (L H. Freebojrn & 
J , Son), r 101,0 w 3d. 



Freeborn, Li I 



m. 



1, e Des Moines. 
2, ^ Des Moines. 



(L. H. Freeborn & 



E. & Son. (L. H, 



r 1010 vi 

Freebdrja, L. 

ICliarles Fifeebprn^ ' photographed, 
over 417 w Walnut:> ' 

Freeborn, Nellie L. Miss, stenographler 



.-ton,) 
land 



Foster <fe Liebbe, r 
Freeburn, Eli, miner 



1010 w 3d. 
Eureka Coal Co., 



^ 



bds nr Eureka coal mines, s'Djes 

Moines. i 
Freed, Barnet ;, peddle^ r 609 e Lyon. 
Frtied, Emorv C., sw itenman C. R. I. &|P. 

j R. R., r 410 e PennBylvania ave. 

Freel» Alma, M Lbs, wksi Ckarles Freel , r 
I || 405 e s 8th. , j . -, 

iFreel, Charles, <;ar sealer C. R.I. & P^ IR. 
, R. freight office, .r 405 e b 8|th. 

Freel, Eli G.. clcj bds 1102 w Grand a|e. 

Fre^land, .}. H., (Fyeelaad; Loomis & C9.,) 
Boston. 

Freilandjlioonis & :Oo., (J.'H. Fr^e- 

[and, i\. W. Loomisl W, A. Morris a id 

P. IWhitmore) props Continental 

Jlo^hi ig Hiuse, 600 w Walnut, f 

Freeman, Alva W., teamster Van Ginkle 
! Coal Cjoj, r J?117 iW Atkins. 



*te! , .r' Electrical Material £'JA 

I Offlcs: 720 WAjJTOT 8T. PHJ0HB 490. 






scd 



■ ■ 



214 



Freeman, 
Trans 



iVILLEPLfjMBIN 

Contractor* for Plumbing, Steam, 1 0B.W. itkiatbMrt. 



FBI 



DES MOINES DIKE< 



Pi 

wz 

.'•5 



harlfes Lj teamsj-er White Lin 
(rC(j, r2|2jw9th. 

Freeman, J. I.Jpainier andpaper hanger, 

!r-1028wlfth. i J i 

Frqeman, David L., lab, r 306 e Lpcu3t 

Freeman, Frank, stereotyper, r 1315 w 
North. ; ; ! 

fteorge B., r w 
. Wf., fireman 



$. 



s 9th 



1 



C01 



x tt 



. St. P. & K; 



J 



^izzie Mrs^ r ^210 w Dajj 
L. P., r 1#28 w 15th. 







Freeman, 
Elm. 

Freeman, 
R. R. 
Freeman, 

Freeman, 

Freeman, Sovf, I. Jftiss.. r 2117 w Atkins. 

Freestone, Benjamin J., brick mkr, r w 
20th, nr Jufferabn. j 

Freestone J William If., brickmkr, r jw 
20th nr Jeff erspu. j \ I 

Freil, J. Ft, wps Merritt, & Bush, 907 Kv 

Fremont Strefet — ttjnth north of Walnut* 
froni basti4th to 6th, ajiid from Pen l- 
sylvinia ave to 15th. \ 

French, Arthur, wks Capital City Plan ing 

MilfCo./ »i . | ! 

French, Arthur P.. (carriage mkr, r 1319 w 
' • Wa u[ut. i ; ! 

French, 0. Cy teacher penmanship Capi- 
tal! ^Jity Commercial College,; r 
1526 w Gran^ jive. 

French] Eugene C/. fireman 0, R. I. & P. 
R. [*], r 1016 e; Center.' 

French, ^rank, elk H. D. Willis, r Ter- 
racje ave, Cliftbn Heijghts. 

French! Frank A.,!teainster J. K. 
Gijc^est. | , ; 

French, Frank *A.J elk Traversy A BWry, 
r fTiylor coij Clifton ave, Clif 
Heights, j * I 

Frenct, (Isaac, carpenter, rooms 722 
M llperry. 

Frencl , J. P., BJoomfield 17, Des Mokiies. 

Frencl., Mary Miss, stenographer, \,ia£ 

Iron Bridge and Manufacturing' 
'. r iop w 8th: 

French, Phoebe Mies, student Des Mfr 
j College, bds w 9th cor College 

Frenz, (jharles, night watchman C. 
• & R R, R., r 417 e s 3rd. -' 

^rew, Emma, Miffs, wks 716 e Maple 

Frerkiou, J. C. If., wagon and carr 

m iker,:815 w;2nd, r 521 e s 10th. 
Fretta , Martha M|ss, wks 814 w 6tl 



&W.H. 

;on 
w 



rv 



nes 
jive. 

B.I. 



age 



ave, 



Golden Rule Clothing House 

O. M. JOHNSON A SON. ' 

' i i I 




R, 



1 i ■ i 
Frew, Rusnell, fcrakeman C. RJ It & P 

R.,r If 173^e Walnut. r " 

Friar, F., t?amstjer Perkins & Perkins. 
Frick, S. I i real estate, employment an. 

over 311 w >th, r 616 w'l6thl i ' , 
Fridalk, Greranco, lab,re 8th s w corRil- 

road ave. , ' 

Friedman/ A;, . (Leon & ,Co.), r jover $06 

e 5th. j' j 

Friedman! Taco3 M., second hatjd gooiis, 
204 wjortl, r same. 



Friedmanil Joseph, teacher 



907 e 



Hebt 



school, $04 e Court ave. 
Friel, Parbyi rejtired, r 907 l e Coirtavi 

Friel, Fre 1 if coi ductor C. & N.l W. RJR, 

r 709 ! fe[ e 8tli. ', i 

Friel, Hu:; ij wks E. D. Jaiies & 
e Coiirt jivi. j 

Friel, Jono, candy mkr Merritt 



•i, 



uit ave. 



-'■ i " 
Co.,'r|9ft) 



& Busb j 



Friel, Maggie Miss, r 907 e Court ave, 

Frien I^osa ifiss, laundress, has 1444 e 
Gruijul ave 



Friends! Church, Rev. W. S Woojon, 
paster] ,b Grand ave bet 7tl and jth. 

Friends . ^fissijn Church, e 4thsw)cor 

iilloll. 1 1 I i f 

Frink, Al bakirv and confectionery, 1 330 
1 w7tji,if3a4*w7t^ ■ j ! 

Frink, Kt-rtratad, teamster William S. 
Jubn,t|22i Jefferson, s D^s Moines. 

Frink, Cbiaj, student Capital City Com- 
mefbial Oollege, r 1152 wloth,. 

Frink, Ed J-jard, teamsterj William S. Jubb 
r 2m .Jfefforfion, a D^s Moines. i 

Frink, fle Ixge N., mgr baker) 1 ] A. Frink) 



r32 

Frink, } 

| Maao 

Frisbie, 



7th 






infer 8., clkjA. Frink, room: 
i,c Blk. 



pastor 



. Rev., 

Cong)-je(ga|tional Church, r 

FrisbieJ 'J 



CoUeg 



FriBk, 
Co. 



>v 



617 ^mrnt 



Plvmoutl 
723wotL. 



aujk, sti^dei^t Iowji BusinesJ 
Iowa Businef 



Frisbie, 61 $., studei^ 

Col eir£. 

i - } 

Frise, I:., brakeman C, 

71* !<J Walnut. ' 

Frisk, ^Edre^v, \\]ks E| 

cor Uprti. 
Frisk, E. P. Mrs., r 1310 e 7th. 

bldf P., miner ' Des i Moines 0^1 i 



R. I. & P.' It 1^ 
Rostbf rg, r e *>tp 



417 e Scott 






I i ! • !,- 




yi'ritz, 



cbh'arles dydrj Capital 
Milfl, r 1416tf |1^.| 

pWetick, 

T -I'Y ■■♦ 

HeWy.F.,' cirpenter, 
Otto, w..thlftfaBtaft 

Sapah, ] 



r\ 



aum r ess 



mason, r 



,jitl^e Maple. 



ST, JOSIPH , mO. I MinuflMjtu^r. of 



I nrancn ni 

118 f 2d St. D 



e 



Co 



4J17 e 9::Qtt. 

" City Woolen 



k 



i|91? jW25th. 
3anij. 



lfacturi 
fry, James W. 

ku a ii h. 

IBS 



80'?' i 6th ave 



frov W, John, la 

Frueliy'Mary }lfoA biu^ent] ibfrake 

i fity.bds 1404 v ~ " 

Frjv Alike Miss, w m 



Fritz 
w 

Fritz, 

Fritz, 

j^ritz, Tnomaii tet rhstejr, r 
Frolai idj Bert ia iliss, wks 

i gt ane. . I- 1 
Frolaid, pie, cajp Cj.» R. Ii 

jblsOijSe B : 4ti 
"Frolu id, U ., maep v r 401 

FromjDtal, Ernest tie ^liss; 
lA.JackBon, Arlington 

FrornWj Charles; Wdler, i 
FionmgJ Henry J J pt\iden|t 

■Trait, ^rba W, 
'Moines ^Tniou * 

Frost George *B., » 
| (to., r 946 w 7 

Frost, Henry, (M. Ht^r^i; & 

';. ' ju 7th. •' 

Frost, H. L„ bricl j; mnfr 
!e city limits, r w 
Echbpl. 

Froi , P. J. Mrs., t jl|43& w jGftarid ave 

Frd\i ley, Katherii 4 J wks 
.;30w.B6tha\el 



1430 



FStre^ — 



'Ltebrth froi 
I frbmMarki 



FUL 



'fctn 



ih 



{between e Fifteenth and Six 
Maury! to' Racpoon, s nc 
t to Brooks. •, i , 



i|52e IffepfeJ 
Hotel Gold- 



& P. R. R. 



;cott. 

wks Mrs. J. 

Ave I nr ;wj 6th 

;.aoes2<i. 

pes Moines 
j^gton. 



Harris, 



& 



ne 



tencgi-apher 
~ 6 w 7th 

an, Mil 



ci 

it 



rear 



,Des 
er& 

. , i 

210 



ton ave (nr 
Park ave 



yticke 
P. R. It 



i tuc 1 eni 1 < >wia BiisjineBS 
: 63Ay 6t jj jiye. 

608 e d 

■ i 

tor |und 



fr?fr. fThoinas t . 



5 v 16th 



rfitaq ave. 
Jdilder, i>15-w! 



Ft -j- 

• rri JMe }'. 

pilege, bhs ' . 
W,Utie-M&B, • 

!Fry. Mi E.. contra ci 
C, inmdjave, rM 
»% Paul P., Biudeht $)£hland 

j formal Collie. 
Frv< , j|)hn, tailor r 826 e 
**yi Qscar B., ; examiner 

po. rl216w Lbcifet. 



) 



carriage 
t 312 




IM. H:.lW,r 



Lichty 
Linden 

i id pass 
r916 w 



"Ft.|Dodie Stree^ffourth south of V 
, | front ^ vest lfeth to gQtti, (pity Place. 

Fuch,Jac<>tf, l babk!et mkrD. F. Har 
.; !>dBlJQ7w28rcf. 

:FuidB/C r ii|,^lA<)mflelil 16, IDes Moines 

Fujkertl, H.S., wks Hotel dp Horse. 

Fullen > w4er, "Wi, H., traveling salesman 
r 27: .6 w Forest ave. , j. 

Fuller, Benjamin,' student 'pes Moinefi 
j College, r 910 w 7th. ! rr r T 

Fuffer, ^rastusjW., r l£05je| |7th. 

Fuller, George .W., (liallett ! & Fuller!) i- 
910 V 7th., 




Fuller, Harry, engineer Small Bros., t :22(i 
'■ !je.6th. • i , . ' |- ' j ! 

Fuller, Ha^ry E., engineer |Des Moinen 
■ i Excelsior Works; i rear 216 e 8 2nd 

Fuller, Hiram E., locomotive enginee •, 
[6ia> lOthl 

|Fuiler ? I. C, stijdent; rooms V>06 w Ch( at 



nut. 






Fuller, L,N;, elk JftucRae Bros., r 1410 e 
1 i)esi Moines. fi • ; 



Unive^* 
man : 



: 



nger 
,4jth r 



lea Stai 



U 



and vagou 
.19 k 



Park 



Ins 




Fi Her, jasper, farmer, r s Polk Co. brlcH: 
yar4, Sevastopol. h 

Fuller, Janet Jjt. MissI student. Capi;aL 

| City Commercial' College, r5# v 

' . 6th ave, : j , '' ! , ' 

•I ' ■ i " I i ' ' 'i' 

Fuller, J. H M Bloomfield 14, Des Moires 

Fuller, Marcia Miss, stenographer Nugent 
& ConhollyL r 816 w 10th. 

Fuller, ilajry Mrs., r 8S0 w 7th. 

Fuller, 6. TAclk Iowa I^oan and Trust 
Co.,r834w 19th. [ 

Fuller, Roy, student Highland Park Nor- 
ma! College. | 

fuller, ^. D., )) cpr, r 838 w 13th. 

Fuller, S. L., ?ecy Automatic Ilaih'ay 
: i I Signal Co., 214 w ph,'r 83$ w 18tl J 

', Fuller, W. T., s|tudent'Wa Business Co ■ 

1 ['H r e'.. ■ ! ■ ';■ .j- 

Fullerton, Ropert, mngr Chicago Lun* 
J ber Co., r y Grand ave cor Foreit 
! i' "Drive... jj M 

! FulmerJ Andrew W.s lpply elk C. R. \ f p 
L- RR. R., r jll2i5e ^tli.i j 

Fulmer, John T. dJ, Iblacfkimith C. ii 



S2 

Hi 

It 
« "I 



' 



I 



&P.R.K., 




r910«II)c8 



Moines. 




RUGGISTS' SUp|ES|OTJf8AiJ i 

224 and 226 West 2dSt. ] DRUGS. 




I C N nQAt^E W0RK6JARANTEED 

Jl ll 111 Unnl\L 223 East Fifth St. U 



CO CO 

C9 C9 
U3 hp 



216 



FCJ 



Ides koines 



•g *g Tea Co., 

& £ Fultz, Ida 



DIRECTOR 









<3. 



g o Fulton, A. ]■}., prescription elk Milo J 
£ £ Johq, r : 211 w Grand ave. 

* '."'1 Fultoh, A. !&., cash anil editor Western 
• '±2 Newspaper Uniop, r ,1108' e, X)ef 

pi V* Moines. 

Fulton Drive — trom Clijfton ave to Court 
land Bo levard, Clifton Heights. 

Fulton, Morris, solicitqr Western Union 
r 114 w Grand ajs r e. 

Miss, tehcher Lougfello^* 
school, h 1112 e Frdmont. 

9 Sol Funk, "John H., journalist, bds Hotejl 
I Goldstoie. | 

Ji Furbef, Levi,_clk George Surls, r 2lfJ 
I ' e.7th. •• ' « 

Furche, Noeei Miss, wks 1810 w Arlington 
ave.. | 

Furey, Henfy, shoemkr 708 w Locust, 
1024 w 13th. 

Furlong, Hejnry, (Furlong & Co.), 214 ana » 
216 e lst,r 806 e Court ave. 

Furlong & |Co., (Henry Furlong and — ) 
props [National toiler and Iroji 
Works 214 aud 216; e 1st. 

Furmanj W O., carpenter, r 1318 e Fre 
mont. 

Furuseth, Andrew, wks Union Brick and 
Tile works, r e Railroad ave cor 7tL . 

Furuseth, Arnold, lab, -Ms, e Railroad ave 

Furuseth, Olof II., machinist Green cp 
Sons, r |p Railroad ave cor 7th. 

Furrv, William, miner Van Ginkel Cocjl 
Co., r eKlst. 

Fyfe, Johnv insurance and real estates 
office. 2J07 w 5th, r 1216 w 9th. 

Fyfe, Waldo W., wkd Fidler Gould, 
1216w|9th. 



Oabrielson, L rvis, 

n Wat*r*r\r\n 



a 



vel Ro! 



e Raccoon. 



Gabri9, Charifs,j harness mkr Ko-enigs 
' berger & " — J RA,y " n ' A 

Gabrio, Peter w 

Scale and WiW Works, r 643 i 2nd. 1 

Gabrio, Steppe n, finisher L. Harbacu^r 



over 643 h 



2n:l. 



Gagnon, John, 

r 1018 w " 

Gahageh, Wi 



i 



GAL 



:arpet weaver, r 112 



Gabrio, Willhkm JV (Gabrio & Spitz), r 
| 834w9tl. 

Gabrio & Spiiz, (W. F. Gabrio andiF. X. 
Spitz), "wholes ild and retail mnfrs 
cigars, 219 w 5th. 

Gadberry, He s ;er F. Miss, rooms 920 w 
Walnut. 



GABRIEL, JOHN, (Rees Gabriel & Co.), 
r 1311 (3 Lyon. ' 

Gabriel, P., wks Des Moines Scales aqd 

IMnfg €o. 
Gabriel, R,ees, (Rees Gabriel & Co.), 
^ 983 e Lyon. . 

Q»;3 Gabriel, R^es & Co., I^ees Gabriel, pres; 
CijQ. Jph,n Gabriel, secy, lumber; e 3rd, 

8iiw, cor Court ave. 

ilC Gab.Helson^ Avery, itudent Highland 
Qj (D Park Normal College, rooms College 

|> Hall. 



° Des Moines: 



fit. Quality \ ) 

A Workmanship [• 

Guaranteed.} ) 



City 



Gactd, Edward, student Drake University 
bds 1339 v2|5ih. 

Gafford, S. B grain buyer, r 1322 w 6th 
ave. 

conjpositor P. C. Kenyon, 
Wajnut. 

II aiii, engineer C. St. P. & 
K. C. R. R, j\ Q10 w Grand aye. 

Gahagen, Will am,i engineer, r 831 ^ 5th 

Gaines, Dora J [iss,f8tudent Iowa Business 
College, r il05j w Center. 

Gaines, Eldbia,! etudent Capital 
Commercial pollege, r 1108 W Cen 
ter. ! 

Gaines, Louise Miss, artist, r 1103 w Cen- 
ter, i | h 

Gaines, Laura Mj-s., r 1103 w Center. 

Gaiser, George, ieacher of gymnastics, r 
714w2n|d. . 

Galbraith, B;, (Galbraith & Weisbrod), r 
915 w 8thj | . I | 

Galbraith, Grate! Miss, bkpr Northwest- 
er Suspejnier Co., r 922 w Mulberry. 

Galbraith, J. W. commercial salesman, r 
915 w 8th | 

Galbraith, R. >)L, mng Weir Plow Co, 

for Iowa ;ind Minnesota, office over 

404eLocist, r 746 w 16th. , ' 

Galbraith, W. [ft, ieweler, r 915 w 8th. '• 

Galbraith, Wil li^' A.; bkpr H. F. Getchell 

i & Co.,>r 9: J2iw1 Walnut. 

Galbraith & Weisbrod, '(Bl Galbraith 
and Willi im Weisbrod), blacksmiths, 

w tcocust n e cor 3rd. 
,Gale, Benjanjin, ^carpenter, bds 206 
!, /Walnut. 




West 6th 
and 
berry St$ 




0C>pyil.LE 

Conn actor* for ^nmbln|f 



Gale, 



H 
r 



•h 



GAL 



Frank, 



MMgCo., 



file, 
i. le 

Giillaj 
■ a\[e. 

:6allajhe 
East 

Galia 



',E. S., 
Place. 

heir, James 



on 



<\ 102 w 2nd. 



Gallagher, James 
HirriBOn, s Dk 



Gallhur, John, mil er, r| 511 

Galh 



'( 



darmajri 
w Hart 



d 1 



i; 



p rd ave, 8 



L. Harbach, 



Iwkb 
, rl41l 

Mjoines. 

I. AJ Mrs., e e imjstr 281 1 
Wer 124 e Locust. 

lajrry, studfct Iowa 

i, r e. 
f njdence, Misl, \^ks M2 w ( 4th 

her, Annie VI iss , wfes 



gjarcjenei 
elk 



P.J 



GallaJheiy Johii, i 
iallaj,;he|r, P., fire^ i an 



. Galley, Henm pi* Miiden 
B onze Co., r 1419 w 

Galle; , (Walter] Ji (jfai: 
i GVocker. 



ftalvir; Anna Misja 1 , l^ka 
M^ni|rfact^rin£|Co 
blk. 



'Galvii!, & 

Galvin, 
8(1 



Martin, ooppe* 
Des Moines. 



tage 
'amrtior 

1 iKh. 



caip 
Moinei . 



Ste 



I, 



Business 



1829 w 
, t boulevard 

i j : ' i f 

I rank Brice r 



inter, 



;udei it 



w 



'alvoi^ViUilmj 

koines. 
>&ihmqn, Arthur 

Stamp Works 



Gro\ 



, Ipertha 
and 



ktaiM, W, 
- l^e. 



u 

42< 



;e ava 

tlnO 
Leai i 

8tUC 



0s©iu& 



Hw. Locum 81. [Jl^ 



|fowi College of. 



lallajjay, M. MrfcJ, s^ams 
81 f. 

()allu [), J osephiia m, 8 
ybK enry, bde m 

alluj, r . T., stulent 
law, bds Callitnan Horjid. 

Oalpiii, :L C, wks J. jV iowle^V rbomB 
Yorkblk. 

,Qa}ii8M, J. M, mn * p V r este rr Ne svst iape^ 
Uiioi,r'327iw 1 3rd. " 

Oalvi't, ,-c Mra|., dr^s ipkr, Jofer 4J&7 ^ DeB 
Moicea. 



aggi^j M ss, ^ka 1 l|8$2 w Hikh. 
J 



coojei 



*i 



nr 



\i 



emt 



w 



".crmanLichtv 
non 12Trostel 



pr^p 



\fa 



,8ieio 
Ti-uiit 



low* 

f 



M 



AJIOINES 



&',Schmitt 



Des 



Col- 



6th 



i 603 



illeij, 1 ), Des Moines. 

623 W9th. 

W" -stern White 
C*ocker.- 

rmjr, r 1419 w 



Des Moines 
ass, r 501 b e 

McHenjry & 
easant. 



Js Dun 



KeV, r 



r 801 e 1 



Des 



ccr JShd. 



business Co! 



owa Rubber 
mt, r w Co$- 

i 

Nel 
12 W 



BING COM PAN 



v.. 



ami |0flP. W, ithiad Leout. Thou 70. j HOT WAT|S and OAS mTmOy 



DIRECTORY. 



OAR 



21' 



Gammon, Warren 



\y., rn e co 



and Cottage! Grove ave. 



iw 



22n«l 



Gimp, Charles !I., 
|r8ame. 

Gander, David G. 



barber 1207 w 6th ave 



iwks R 



H. Butli 



over t l313 ^ Cpurt ave. 

Ganley, Barnard, wkk DeslMpines Linseed 
Qil^orks, r9])4e;9th. ' 

Gannon, Edna M. Hjss, bkpr A. N. B i>B 
' & Co., r im™ Wiley, j 

Gannon, Ella Miss, Reaver Capital C^itV 
Wollen Mills, r Hartford "ave, Sevaato 

V Pol.'. '.'.i | ' '■ 

Gannon,' John Jr., miner, Van Ginkell 
Coal Co., r Hartford ave nr lj)ep / 
; Moines- Coal mi aes, Sevastopol. 

Gannon, . John, Jminer, Van ] Ginkel Coal 
' Co., r. Hartford ave nr T " " ' A T 
Coal mines, Sevastopol. 



n.r ^ 



Gannon, Patrick, f miner Van 
Co., r Hartford avp nr 
mines, Sevastopol. 

Gansen, Anton, i carpenter, r 
6th!' 1 ■ 



C3 



Des Mornej •. j 



Ginkel Cm 
De8 Moine 



GariBlen, H„ barber, 
Gant, ' W. Edward 



er 10} 



a 



ov^ _ 

Des Moiiier cki 
inside \viro 



b 1630 e 

tqreman 
^ork Capital Ci ^Electric Light (fo 

: rooms w 6th coi Grand ave. 

- i T f < 

Gantz. Dena Mi80, r over 813 \y jMul 
berry. j I ■ • ' ■ :| 

tJanz, Augusta Mrs., r 610 w ^nd. 

Ganz, Matilda Miss, teacher of Julia Wrd 
, . Howe Schoil. r 310 w 2nd. 

Ganzlein, Con,lpb, r 1680 e D& Moinei. 



Garberich, E. "WL physician ino^ surgeon 
over'405 w Walnut, r 908iw 9th. 



Garden, Peter A 



i, lap. 



bds Dell House,. 






plasterer, r 1818 w g* •*; 



Gardener. Willik A., 
21st. ! 

Gardener, Alfrelj Btudent Highland ifixt 
Normal College, rooms Cpllege Hid . 

GardenQi*, Carrii D. Mips, student Capital 
^ City Cbmniorcija^ College, r 162([^ 
6th ave. 



Gardener, Emma J. Mias, r 



rapher 
Cp.Jrl2 






•]i 



■ ' i 



}101 w Wa 



Qardier, ^rank, wks l626 w IHh. 

Gamier, John i„ reutiurantj 806 e Wat- M J 
njut, r same.! jL' 1 

Gardner, Joseph G : . auditor Iowa I)t>- X. 
posit and Loan Co. over ^00 w Wa 
nut, r 1427 w lOtli. - 

Gardher, Mary p. MrC artist, r 926 w 6t ij 



* ■ i 



o 



08 ST 






■ I , 



3 

^2 






p^l^£Mork» 



« 



W.E. 



218 



joHijspH, i-ajj 



Pt»al»4 • 1 StnvMsi RnnflrM*. CurniAaa 1 » 




WIT. GORTON, 



3gi1^ 



er 



AND 



itoves, Range*, Furnacaa, ] 
VAPOR 8TOVE8, ftEFNlQERATblta, 



DIRECTOR 



T< 



GAE 



6 



I West Walnut Street. 



Garrett, Frank, student Drake University 
bds 114$ ,w '25th. . J ' 

Qarretti Harry ^carpenter, r south of T4r- 
racfe Hill, Kaccoon river. 

Garrett, Henry W., J carpenter, r 1151 



3rd. 



w 



•»ftl 



Gardner; a. E., student Callanan College, 
r 305 M4th 

Gardner, William Hj, farmer, r over 265 
eHtJii I 

Gardner, ;j\ r illiam tlj teacher, r over 2<j)5 
ei4th. 



Gardriier, 
&P. 



Garey; El 
Bros.J 



Charles A, 



I. 



:»u 



if 



, brakeman, C, U. 
\. It, r 82p e Market. 

a : Miss, sewing girl Younker! 
r 954 w 4 ;h. v 1 

Garfield School, .Mis s Mary 8. FrederiejJ 
prin, kv 3rd bet Dhestnut and, penter! 

Gartield Street— Eighth north of Wain jit 
from east 5th to 0th. 

Gartield Street — Sixth easi; of llaccobi 

river! from Second to *~ i: '" """ 

s 'Dei Moines. 



Garget, , 

G. A. It 
7th c 



Indiauola aye, 1 

fi; 

610 e 12th. 



ohn, eoal [miner, r 

lalls, Crocker Post, Flynn blk w 
or Locust; Kinsman Post, Wag- 
ner blk e 6th or Locust. j 

Garland, Charles II. car repairer, r w 1st 
jcor Lincoln avp. 

'Gajjiock, Levi, real {estate r^om 9 Seeburt!:- 
er bjk, r 1441 w 21st. | I 1 ' 

Garner, Josie Miss, student Hi&hlana 
Park Normal College, j 

GarretsoL B. L., r jl)28 w 7Jh. 

Garretson, L. P., il rs.!, millinery and fahay 
goo<jls, w Walnut, r 950 \v 5th. I 

Garretsc ri, P. W., eamstef Cate & Gjar- 
han j, r 322 w ftth ave. 

Garretson, W. C, wks the! Iowa Machjhje 
Novelty and JBrass yVlorks, r 95(j 
Walker.. 

Garretson, Willia^n C, [jeweler, r 
w 5th. 



\v 



Garrett, 
Garrett, 
Garrett, 



, atty, 

Charles, l 



0. N. 1 1 Oman 



bds 816 w High, 
ather, r 822 \v D. 



OtiO 



Charles, celivenj elk E. W. and 



bds Goldstone Hotel. 



I" 



Golden Rule Clothing House 



Garrett, (John W., city salesman J. 51, 
Chrikty, r 1121 w 26th. 

Garrisoni Lewis M., (Bennett & Garrett) 
\[ r 716 vr 9th. , ■ h 

Garrett, Oscar, student Drake University 
, bds 11148 w ( 25th. ] P 

Garrett, tteuben, brick mason E. D. Janes i 
& Co., r 822 w Oak. j | 

Garrett, W. At, carpenter Capital City 
j Planing Mill, r 1202 w 14tih. 

Garrety, Richard, city fireman, r 1116 w 
i 8th.! 

Garrison, .Aaron E., retired,, r 1853 
Capital ave. • 

Garrison, Charles, student' Drake i Uni- 
versity, bds 1205 w 24th. , ; 

Garrison,, Charles W., lab, bds 332 w 9th. 

Garrison, Eber E., carpenter, r w 5th ct»r 
\ Forest ave. 

Garrison, Frank F,. secy Maple Grj>ve 
(Mining Co.,!r 1118 e 9th. 

Garrison, Hattie Afiss, student Callanan 
! College, r j. College Home. 

Garrison, Lewis W., carpenter, r 101 w 
|iidge. 

Garrison, W. F., secy and treas Maple 
Grove Coal and Mining Co., r 1113 6 
9tji. . 

Garritt, W. H. H., policeman, r 200 w 25th 

Garritjy, John, lab., bds 337^ w s 6th ave 

Garrity, Michael W., druggist 6cfo e Allen 

Gail, M. A., Mrs., r 502 w Chestnut. 

Garton[ Naomi Miss, r 220 e G(raud av 



■.j5 • 15. (JMT0I|, ' 

' ' ' * ■ i -A 



EOO 

j 1 . 

523 East Locust Street. 



Nl. JOHNSON 



<fe SON. 



©LOTIilfi^ 



pii7e _ _. _ 

HATTER8 AND FURNI8HER8. 
617 We»t Walnut St. Des Mpine* ; 



i 




Garton, Samuel Bli baker 
tionery,|523 e Lcchst r 

Garton, Thomas Mri, r &>6. 



THE LEADi 



■ 



]> 



|Garter>.^.,,'wksJE. L.I& 



•I 




Sfi. 'MOINES DIRECTORY, 



and confec 
520 e Maplfj. 

e Grand ave. 
., T. Garton, 



Garton, William Jtf ./ cllk W 
730w6thav<j. 

Garton, William .T., *batek 611 w Wal- 
1 nut, r 730 w 6th ave. 

,'Garvei , Sarah Mff!; r 14 S^' 

'-Garver Block, Qli» arid 62 lv Walnut. 

jtarver; IJert A., wke S. A. Robertson, i[ w 
21st cor. Cottage Grove ave. 



345 w Pelton ave. \. 

GarW, David 0.,'pilqjc bifjson, r w 2^ 
corirCottage (fcoye avje. 



id 



■v,r, —l iPU. Bt„ 

Park Normal Colleg3. 



Garver, J. A, & 



. . . H>l 

e i Grand av< 



I. L. Weeku, 



'Garver, George, (]V;ilMam$ & 
w 6th: 

;Gaiver, Henry; 
715 w 16th. 

(rarvery Herman 



rieal 



es 



at 




yer, J. A, « Uc., (J -mil- A. and Wur 
rep F, Carver), hard'rai e,619 w Wil 

nut I. I 



I nut. 



•Garver. 



\Yt 



, Jacob, dr 



r 



■£ Des Moines 



"f 



£ tr eet 



Garver, John' Jr. 



)hii A. and Wur 



Ga 



rw Grand aye 

i Garver, John A.j ( 
jw Grand a\v| 

Gai|ver, Joseph, w 
w 2d» 



, elk if. i l. (garver & C ^ 



i ver, Joseph, 
Water Work 



Gapj*, Josephiho 

'jjGarvek Peter, pedd 

garver Street, seventh 
■ : J from east lith 

pafver, Warren 
rlG3Q\v6 



6arver),r*ft6 

206 w 4th 

j 
nt Hfehlaad 



n\er Sevastopol ronti; 



It, r 603 * :; 
Fire Depart 



10th 4 , 

Garver, John,! fir eibin City 

' ment, r 715 ] lor roe, i l|es Moines. 

Garver, John, t ecojnjl h m<| goods ' 102 
2d, r, sanie. 



• I- i ■ I - i . i . .. . I .< ; jj — 

'Gaskell, Jefferson fB., tailor over 422 w 
WalWt, r 1105eiLyon.| jj 

Gaskell, John :B., jailor, r 1737 e Lyin. 

\ Gaskett, lizzie Miss wks Windsor H6u$e. 

Gaakms, William, railway postal oik, 

I 205 Vj 10th. jj \ ] 

■JJass, Jdsjepn. (Kuble & ^3as8,) r 816 

^ffisthi •■ 1 . | '• 

Gassett, James, carpenter, r 1014 
! ter. !-j \ | f . 

Gaston, CE. MrjL Jl344 w 27th. 

Gaston, Irnest B. f with Iowa Tribute,' 
1174 >24th. -jj .)!}.;• j 

Gaston, <Yed, student Highland Park 



w 



lir 30t 

A. 

30th 

Id Jol 



n 



I 



Ga 
*Ja 



ay, John, cojMos tor ^dumic Publlsl- 
.mgCt).,r7il ?|fcouitalv!e. 



it, r s 
-\j[iss, 
er, r 



carver & Co., 



*a!v 



jfreight dejJot, 

win, Benjaihir 
Pottery, r ever 




y, Martin, 'ftkjjb. R.'jjf&'p. It R. 



W. 



V 



Garver, r 112 

wi Des Moihss 

tvkls 90^ w Wal- 



.Nornia| Col jegt rooms w 10th 
Chares. 




cor 



52|i e s 10th. 
sofjith of Vih'K 

,-p. 4 garver 1 & Col) 



bids 7' 8 6 Locust. 

F,, vWs Des Moines 
324 •% .'! Pelton ave. 



!714 V7. Looua t E t . Te ephonfl 51 1. 



Gaston, JJ J., (Rdevo & Gaston), r 856 w 
21st. . 

Gaston, W'iiiiam J., (ReeVe & Gastoln,) 
1 024 w Charts. 

' Gafb'h/C. H., (Gatch, Conner & Weaver!,) 
= .■ ,t.9l6w7th.l £ : -, ■ \ • j ' l.y 

Gatch, >nner & Wearer, (C. H. GMcii, . O 

Willi im Ooin(}rj|J. B. Weaver Jr,i T flT 

attysJ214ii | 5th. < j, | & 

Gatc|hel, ] *. M., Valley 20, l)es ; MoineL i gl S. 

Gatchel, iThea'dore F., insurance and * ® 

• i loans 303 wjoth, r 645 w 18th. 9 m 

Gat^ChaHes ^., student Highland j^ark g 3 

t Normal- College, roomji College Hall- ■ JJ. Q^ 

Gate|s, Qtarle s II., (Gater»fc Barnes,) ir ~ . 
';J1^0 3 12th Capital Park. , j ; jrj 

Gates, Jetse, student Highland Pailk So[- m 2L 1 

jmal Colleg^, rooms 2d 1 nr New 'fork P m 

ave, Lake Park. g -« 

Gates, J(issie Miss, (Trotter & Gates), r •* 

[over 502 e Walnut. I 9 2 

Gates 'Sue J. Miss, elk Dockstader Wil- S -♦ 

kins, r 508 b Walnut. & S 

I Oat es & Barnes, (Charles H. Gates, and ~ 3"! ' 
William Barnes,) meat market 508 e 2J' 

'» Walnut, i ! <, 

Gathany, George M., brakeman D. M. & 
N. W. R. R., r 1020 w Walnut. 

Gitlin, Henry, grocer, cor w 6th and Col- 
lege ave. i ,| 1 

Gatz, Lewis, wks C. R) I. & P. stock yards, a j JT 

I bds w s 10th, s e cor Vine. J*j rj 

Gaughan, Jamess, tailor Osdir Lofuuist & \M (D 

Co r ^ r 209 '\jr s 2dl \f \ % w 

Gavjenta, Fraiik, lal), r over 203 e Wnln^t. rt- 

Gaventa, JohnJ meat market 1012 w Cell- . fc 

ter,r755wD. • i QQ . 



k 




\ 8(etm Heatljftf , 
C Plamblug an<^ Gu 
) I Fitting. 



220 



£SS 4 AIN& JmppER AND ST^AM FITTER, 



Dealer in PlpI and Fitting^ Plumbers' Merchandise, Etc. Oes Moines, fa., locust st 



QiV 



Gavin, Josie 
Gavin, Kitty 



PES MOINES DIRECTORY. 



>0 w 9th. ! 
.31 w High. 
745 w 15th. 



«o 



Miss* wks7 

Miss, wks 1 

Gavin, Mamie Miss, wks 

Gavin, Miehad, wks Des Moines Brick 
Manufacturing Co., * 509 w 9th 

Gavin, Miclnul, lab, r 10^3 w Woodland 
ave. ! 

Gavin, MichWl, wks Bumside & Kehoe. 

Gavin, Patrick, lab, r 175:1 e Des, Moines. 

Gay, Charles, steward Ivi rkwood House. 

Gay, Charles L., wks Ely dan Fish Market 
r 310 e Court ave. 

Gay, John, student Iowa 



GER 



Gaylord, C 
1418 w 



H., bkpr » 
Locust. 



Business College 
. D. Seeberger, r 

^Gaylord, I^ziah Mrs., r {118 e 18th. 

Geary, Anunda Mrs., r ^11 e Court ave, 

Geary, John, printer, r 7il e Court ave. 

G^ary, Ma rtin J., nightj operator C. R. I 
& P. Rl R., r 748 e locust. ] 

Geddes, Jolin L., miner] Des Moines Coal 
Co., bis Short, nr Franklin avtj, 
Sevastopol. : i j 

Geddis, Gambol, student Iowa Business 
College. 

Gedge, W 
house 
114 w 



illiam J., coach painter round 
Des Moines], Union H. R., bds 
5th. I 



I 

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u. 

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Gedrick, Frederick, wkaj Des Moines Lin- 
seed Oil Works, r 712 e Vail. j 

Gee, Mamie Miss, dress| mkr Lettie Wil- 
son, r 515 w 15th. j 

Qeer^ C. M. Mrs., wks !f. R. Clute, r over 
616 w Locust. , .' j 

Geeslin, Mollie Miss, student Drake Uni- 
versity, bds 1215 w 30th. 

Geffen, Herman, butche* Louis Stohlgre 
bds oyer 326 e 5th. 

Geffrees, Sylvia Miss, w|ks 910 w llth f 

Gegner, Conrad, feed stable 220 e 5^h, i 
same. j . , 1 

Geidigj Frederick, wks Des Moines Lin 
seM Oil Works. j I 

jGeil, Jane Mrs., seamstjress, r 1149 w «t 

Geil, Nannie Miss, r 1707 w 8th. i 

Geis, Eutene, wks Kerf sot Bros. ■ 

Geissinger, Jolii} F., lab, r 1011 e Penn- 
sylvania ave. 

Gelister, August, wks , 
ttrani ave, cor 19th 



Jelnett, Alice Miss, student Higliland 



P^irk Normal 
Hall. 



College, rooin$ College 

Park 



-K 



5th. 



r 1212 w 



Gelvin, Hiigh, student Highland 
I Normal College. 

Geheaer, Francis, retired, r 838 w 

Gepeser, Frank, wks Capital Cit|y) Oat 
1 Meal Mill, r 840 w* 2nd. 

Geneser, Joseph, majl carrier, 
Laurel. 

Goneser, Joseph W., cash. Statje pavings 
! Bank,|r 619 w 7th. 

Geneva, John, mason, r r «18 e Otli. 

(geneva, John F., wks State Bimjlerjr, r833 
\ e 6th.| i 

Geneva^ Mae Miss, wks State Bindery, r j 
^33 e 0th. . j 

Genevea, (John T.,j cigar mtr 
Kluml), r 833 e 6th. . j 

George, Edward, wks E. D. JaW* 
: r310ws4th. 



I 



'gel 

Cing 



toulip 

&bo,|! 



George E. Kihg Bridge Co., Gorge E. 



mngr, rooms 75, 



m, 



an 



(1771 



rocker! 



Clapp B16ck. 

George, I Eliza Mjss, teacher 

School, r 1524 w Center 
George, Margaret R. Miss, teacher Gar 
; held School, r 1524 w Center.} ; 

George, Mary Mrs., lunch r6om 11,3 el 
Wahiut, r same. ; If 

George, Murray, elk Harlan tyros., r 1524 , 
w Center. 



George, O. R., carpenter, 
Cottage. 



D. Seeberger, ^ r 




411 W, Lotus 



George, Russell, with Lowry W. Goode 
315 w 5th, r 1814 w 6th av¥. [ 

George, Samuel elk Hawkeye Insurance 
i Co., r 1524 w Center. I |j 

George Street — frjom Saylcrville roatl 
I three blocks north, Eriglevocd. 

George, Thomas, cattle dealer, v 1012 j* i 
Western ave. ' I 



1210 f 



George, 



William B., city salesm 



head, Norton, Lathrop & 
, w 9th. 

Gerard, M. P., traveling sa 



an Red- 
., r 131)9 



C( 



esnian Goo, 



©FOftJIST 



t St. I A " Cahntnta ara Mado 
* 7 I In Lat^at and Most /fri 



BroWn & Co., r 1236 w9th. J 
Gerberich, Daniel, retiied, r jl7q ^ Oth 
Gerberich, L. S., musiciil dinM'tqr, r 117) 

w»ih. / 

Gerdevit, Ella Miss, wks 12^1 

avef 

. :L. ... i- 



ejand Trlmm 
stlo Mann 



I Importing 





Germaehj A. D. 



.A i(i 



Miji, 



, ^erMianivangeicjl 

i\ > -II : .. 1. JL 1 



Berner past ar, l 
Jernan Luthen.u. S 



feertee, Carrif- 

Henoch; John, mine}: [Cobn 
IT Co.,bds518^Elift. 

0erloch|,.WiUia;riq[. : ttrks 
Des Moines iMdng Co 



p[*, 



jliC^es 
Chueh'fRev. I. jpl 



1217 e 



p. School 



j ^uen teache rj-li. 

^Fnian M. E. Chiui ch, 
!j lor, 219 w Lpcijsjt, 



I '•' 



ter, 



ibesf^rd, Jjohn, pah 

jlSlesi urn, i&ie, w cs.ffaii 
* | wotlii | 

! Gess, Joseph, ,f c 16 

teotbell, John, WK8 



L^itzroclt p^s 

. ,i Geniian, Rosa MissL t (Jl5|jeffer8on, s I^e^ 

' ' '' Moink' ' ] ! 7 n r :1 ! ' ' " 




[oip s 



wl;s909w4th. 



Valley 



oa 



I^ivefptioJ inc 
r Chester- 



W iloeusL 
F. 



Ottcliell, ,C. .H, (It 
< : w Grand a^e 'iir 



j ' Faijk. 

;bctcjhelI f VE. %, (|fl. 
Ki'cago, ill. 

,: tGetcihell, JohEj Aj MM il T 
Sons, iuir 3olh; " 



e 



GetohellJ 
r.iGet 



Getchell,j 
Mart: 
j^ll, v 



_.,_ 5hell)M4l 
)cr, aid (Desi (Moines 
\h cor Vine 



I.. 
Fj 



18th 
. felt 



f : 

?rfiel*i. 






Gr^nd ave, 
>rinan Sine:- 



DIRECTORY. 



ley iSi, tre*_ ~. ; ~_ 
and MatiuEacturing Co 




,Gibbs, Harley I5j,treas King Iron Bridge 1 g J" 



.22<j 
3rotll 



T 



th, 
#. &e che 



Getcjhell, Lewis J 4;Gngin 



w 21st. 
ers 






r llM 



S. 



rtchcll & Sons.) 



Greenwood 
Jl & Sons) t 



Gib8on,(A. E.J rml^a^ postal plk, r 5 
ab, r w s 7th n e cor 



Gibsou,|| Albert 

Gibson,jAndrew 
« r934\V7th. 

.Gibson. 



J 



Gibbs, L. A., H aver Capital Citv Wojoleti 
Mills, r 4i0;w 6th. j,"" ■, 

Gibney-[H. dJ, train dispatched C. R. I. & 
• P. #. R;, r 514 w 15th|. ' 

Gibney,' J. wJ, trainmaster D. M.& F|t. D, 
, divto. R. I. '& P.R. BLt 514 w totli 

GibueviM., conductor iW Moines Elec 
tndStreet By., bds 1448 e Cubital 

GibneyJW.KL fire uian, r 1409 w Gjranc 
ave] ' j j ( 

29 w 

lm 
ston 

1213 



! 



R., 



elk Jcsiah Living 



Charles p.,' pastry cook, j room 
w Crocker, i 



Getchell 1 ^ 
wGreJenwood ave. 



T 



H. F;(j$ Soils, (p, H. andfl'.- 
'esal e and retail lui ' 
Plajiirg^Iill) 1 

H. Ff ||ab Sob8& SamJu|l 

, pro psjip.08 koines! Planiq 



8tli cor iVine 



cor 



Coal Co., r i]| e 
Do j Mojues. I ! ( 

Gett Ik A Nathan ei, carp 
s Dos Moine: \ 

[MjinufactuiingCo. 



Adolph Veislr- James R.and sffmu 
Martin) w 8t(ji Co|r Vifxe. , r " 



& Gia(jona, iluigi, r bj(j |w 6th aj^e. 
: Gib j>O r n, Lj, mihei-^apie GroJe 

L/O. 



»/ Gibbons, Barnes, 

% 19th. j ".»■• 

'i Gibbs, A. E. ^T8.\ r 



Sci 



ibba. E. JJ., caiiVaii er„ r 



'! G'1*. E. H., \n. 



S' 



I, 



. 1 



jer Yah GinkH 

7th and 01ay,l]\ 

■■', : ! '■ i'i' 

3nter,r|'lk|l"6'4t|i. 

Lamber 
(C. H. 



Gibson,! George 

Gibsod^JIenry, . 
^loouffl( 



Moines. 



Gibson, Edward,] delivery elk Callanjiu & 
Durand, r 1047 w Euos. 

Gibson, F.W,.|l041 w 7th. 



CD 

3 



o S 



, bkpr, r 731 w 20tli. 

itner Proctor Coil Co., t 
1 Coal; Mines, 8 iDes 



•Gii)sbn, James, d|M mlnexy r,308 w s 
Gibson, Jamei ij.jlab, r wSOthqor.C 
Gibsonl J.'E^J'stt dent Iowa Business 



:akemin, bis 



1040 



hi: 



Bridge and ^ajijufjicjuriifg 



110-123 m 



«v,B. 

150a 



H. SICKELS & CO. 



Thhtf St. 




i : ' Mi ; 

Blbomfiehii $l,|pes Mojnes 

real fe'stateji r 



to 



O fTI 



Gthj' 

arkj 
Col! 



•f! 



W .«jI10SI 



lege. 
Gibs6n, J;,E., 
:» Gibson, J, E., 

! ! . ■' ave. , ; i ■ i ■ •- j i 

Gibson, Jennie Miss, elk (Yoilnker Brbs., r 
■j 924 w, 7th,. ,'; I i ''' . , 
i Gibson, John [B M (Glbsonj d'oal (to.,) r 718 
i Jeffersonis DespIqiijeB. 

j Gibson, John E.l ; 'ireai je^te 200 w ah, r 
i ' 11^)1 w Enos ave.'j I 

Gibson. Johr^ 1 H., bkpr Gibkon Coal Co., r 
| . 718, JTefferson |s Dee Moines. 
; Gibson, L. C r ; ell? wholesale dept fted- 
head, Nortonj iLathrop & Co., r 703 w 
, . Park. |; ' ,L r n ' r 

Gibson, L. J. Mrs.P r 12i5 w Crocker. 



>s 






Gibson, Maude Jtiss, school teachjr, r 

r 924w7tfi. IT '■ . " . ' ! 



Gibson, Minnie M 



Lyon. 



■P ft 



Gibson, Rose| , Mibs, 

Ly6n. h [ 



;8S,' laundress, r 1319 ^ 



Gibson, R;, real e 3|alie, f r, 8^7 e State 



laundress, r li 



I 



19 e 



ClOlli tM 



PLTUR4L IMPLEMENTS. (£ 

•tt Busclo ana Carriig««, ^"rn^t 



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Gibson R. WL, student Capital City 
Commercial College,! r;1*19 w 6th 

ave. J ; ! 

Gibson, Thomas B., lab, r fe 31st bet C. R. 
I I. & p. R. R., and, Winxerset branch. 

Gibson, Wallace W., teamdter, r 1442 w 

aistj ; ;; 

■Gibson, jVUlidm, r 1442 w (3lkt. 
; Gibson, William, r rear 411 ejShaw. 

Gibson, William R., asstj mingr Gibson 
Coal Co., j 768 Jefferson, sDeB Moines. 

Giessemkn, W. F., teacher penmanship 

Capital City Commercial College, 
r 1003 w High. -h l[; 

? Gifford, Arthur, brakeman" (j. R, 1. & P. 
R. R., bdjs 813 e Des Mcjines. 

Ls Gifford, jfJenjimin, butcher William Ap- 
se pentwlt, r 832 e Des Mdines. 

ff ■ Gifford, \B. P. Bloomfield 16L Des Moines. 

ec Gifford, [Charles R., nr Procter coal mine, 
*'i s D^s Moines. ' j 

Gifford, Jsjdward P., teamstier Des Moines 
f Electric Street Railway; Co., r e 4th 
. bet kyoni and Maple, j ! j 

Gifford, M id Miss, wks 723 w 9th. 

Gifford, Ida M. Mies, r nr fejoomfield coal 
minG. 

Gifford, Joseph, fruit grower, r nr Proctor 
Coal mic es, s Des Moines. 

Gifford, Josjeph, Bloomfield 16, Des 
Moines. I 

Gifford Ulllf Miss, dressmkr, bds 813 e 
Des Moines. 

Gifford, Nori, Miss, dressmkr Mrs. Vir- 
ginia Tnackston, r 316 e Court ave. 

pifford, i\ B., commission merchant 412 
w 7th, r 818 e Des Moines. 

D . ■ .1 J 

C GiffordjJViola Miss, r nr Proctor Coal 
^ mine, s pes Moines; 

j Gifford, Wainer, grocery, r 816 w High. 

jj Gifford, IWestey A., r nr Bloomfield Coal 
i4 mines, Des Moines. ' 

r Gifin, T. P., Baylor 23, Des Moines. \ 

2 Gigur, Listal Miss, wks 585 ,\v 7th. I 

Z Qilbert, neajr s e city limits^ 

g| Gilbert, A.. S., letter carrier. ' 

Gilbert, dluJrles., conductor' D. M. & K. 
C. R. R., bds 108 s 7thj 

Gilbert, E. R., glazierEi LJ& J. L. Weeks' 

rooms 219 w 7th. ' j 

Gilbert, F. M., Grant 12, Vks Moines. ' i 



lbert F. M. r^w Grand ave, nr 3>thL 
Gjilbertj, George, student Highland Park 
Normal College. I 

Gilbert Street— frpm" Maury tq ; West 

' Gilbert. f [' 1 



me 



filbert, William L„ driver Blue li 
TransferlQo., rill w 12th. T 

Gilbertson, John, student Highland Park 
Normal College. I) • 

Gilbrech, William A., carpenter Anderson 
'PlaninglMlll, rl3O0e 9th. j] 

Gilbride, Bernard, lab, jr 130 e Pennsyl- 
vania aye. i . • j 

Gilbride, Miss Kak wks Winfield T^ldea 
j r 1302 Pennsylvania ave. | 

Gilbride, Sadie Jftfss, jwks Desj Moines 
I Box Wotks, r 1302 e Pennsylvania 

j ave.' I : ' 

Gilchrist,) Charley, Valley, 1,9, Des 
Moines. 



allanan 



Capi- 
.Gil- 



Gilerest, Anna S. Miss, student 
Colleger 607 e 5th. 

Gilcrest, ' Belle M. Miss, teachler West 
Des Moines High School, r 805 w 8th. 
ilcrest, [Bertha Miss, r607 e 5thj. ;■.. j 

Merest, Charles L., mngr lumber yard J. 
K. &' W, 1 H. Gilcrejst, r 805 ^ 8th. j 

Gilcrest, Jac>b K., (J. K. &W.H.Gili 
J crest), r 607 e 5th. % ■ I ' 

j Ctilcretft, J. Ki & WJ H.> lumber, 101 w 

1 8 4th, and 801 e Locust. j 

Gilcrestj John &, blcpr J; ; K. & W. H. 
- Gilcrest, r 607 « 5th/ ' 

Gilcrestj Kpy Miss, stenographer 
• tal Insurance Co., r 607 e 5tk 

Gilcrestj William H.j |(J. K. & W. ti 

crest), and pres Merchants and Bank- 
; ersInsjCo., r 607 e 5th. |j 

Gllcrist, John, Grant, 12, Chesterfield. , 

Gllcrist, Margeret Mrs., r 142[8 w Wood- { 
land ave. ; • ■ , ,r , 

Giles, pharles H., special agt Norths i 
western Mutual Lifejlns. Co., r 1443 |; 
w 9th.l ; | ' | ! ■ ! : 

Giles, If. M., insurance agt, r J021 w 17tb. 

Giles, Winded, cash boy C. E. Risser & 

Br(i., r| 1021- w 17th; 
Gilfillai, H. J., student Highland Part 

Normal College. I j 

Gilham', Mary. Mrs., r 1327 WlSJth. 

Gill, Alfred, chief elk lj>? M. & K. C. ( R. H., 
r>805 e Buchanan. j ■, I 



! GftRFIELD djjE TRICE CL6THING STORE, 



NflEiLSEN, HANSEN & do. 527 East Locust Street. 



r 




DES 



•Mill, iWbyJmeat Wfrket 
fy"* 1113 w Grand rt. | 
""'fill, Geotge, minef^jin 



r nr Gibson' Cbal 



Hi 



112 



Gi akel 



me 3 



* Sill, Henrys wks P; ; flf. Ddn 
. .■; V ||: w 2njd. ; 

^IllyJtjhb, wksDartyj' Gill 
< House. 



Gill, Joljm F., wk 
w 2nd. j 
j Gill,' Joseph, | miner Pe 

fi Qill, Maggie JMiss, stiideQI 
,!) lege. bds| 1434 wpYoo 

Jill, Robert, carriage riain; 
attV'Bitegy Co., r nr, ^ibsoil 
fli, -iSejastopoL ,- ; 

ytlli.WilliaSm, Waiter:? 

! GillamJ Alexander, ^lubabei 



Darly (0::U, 




Irkwood 



r*l 



bk>r 



\\'-\ len',' bds Nelson If puse. 

'J'feilhW 
i< .ley 

.i , ;v: Hl 

t' Gillesp 



.16:1, 
gtpn 



w, 



e, Anna G. 

, r nr Was 

lside ave; ,8"D6fl 

e, David , »T^ Job 
Printing Co., bds 1D05 tf 9th. 

Gillespie, Frank, wksjisOO 
• corj 8th and Madison, 8 

J Gillespie, Frank C, cjllt J 
{>. rooks 216 w 3rd. 

:; Gillespie. John ^T., drViggitt 
and physician ropm4 
Madison cor 8th, |; Dje8 

(Gillespie, Thomas, restful 



' John 



Schtooll 
Moines.] 

printeij Iowa 



j, cor Blbbmfield aai Hi 
% Def Moines. 

fellebpie, William, stli^lent 
|j nesn College. | 

i 



Oillett Merchant Tailoriiig 
Chi ds, drea; B. T.T Gilleltt 

;e Locust 

Petto] EdWard H., editor I]owa Trifbiipe, 



Gillette, 



&■ i" Valley Junction. 
"IT 



GilMt Merchant 



i!4ailett,B. IT., mngi 
j Tailoring Co. , 509 l e tyocust, 
e5fch. 



iratt 



w2 
cl 



r Herbert S,, 8ti:iden' 
^nesSCoige^lOa) 1 -"' 1 
|»tie. Philander, 1}. 
I $ Buk r 190^% fth. 
!i "pillettej 5treei—fThird ifch 
; we t I6tli M 18th, 

,J ?Hlfln , a|i > , A.k,gaapli 
,■; 513wl5ty... ' j 

^»lK^S.cik.lJ;Tpaitl(ach; 




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JMQINES r[li{ECTO)BY: 



W 




Bop' HdiCMHni'i Clttkli;, 

8HINQ 000081 HATi, 0AP8 A VAU8E8, 
WALNUT ST., { COR. SIXTH. 



2nd, r 



Coal Co., 

Sfev*,8t6pol. 

hue, r 112 

. ; I 

bdfi 'Morgan 



Gilliam, John M., foreman C, St. P.|& 
| q.R. R.,yalid|s,¥'-'- " 



GIN 



223 



=* 



I. 



r i;i2 



doal Co. 
mCoU 



Dos Moines^ 
Conl Mines, 



HcWe. 



E. Al- 



Jerry Con- 
Bldg, 



8th, Ids.n e 
Des Mplhes. 

J^Gilespie, 



216 w8rd, 
: tollins jBlk, r 
Moines. 1 






, ._,..,„ 824 w' Pleasant. 

Gilliam, Aleck, llab. bds 1$51 e Dies 
i MoineB. I ' | O 

Gillila ud, LesteV, sti c 1 ent Highland Pa rk J; JP 
.'■ Normal Cjollege, ] rooms College Hall. O ^^ 



Gilloughley, Bessie Miss, wks Des Moines 
■. , I Stjoe MariUfaoti r njg 0o M r 120 w sj7i h 

Gilloughley, k&p Mrs., r 120 w s 7th 1 . ' 

Gilison, Elizabeth! > [L r r 764 .w ibth. -, ^^ 

Gillson, James 0.,l ^ ^a Carman & Schm tt C #^, 



^nfgCd f ,r764 



GillBojn, Mittie Mas, wks Carman 



Schmitt|Hni# 



wlOth. 



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Gilman, A. H., glaz^rE. L. & J. L. Weeks, jf; 

! j?21Qw7th. ; j ■-■■.. 
G|lman., Bertiia D.-> 'rs., r 1628 e Grand are. 

Grijman, J. 'Li, railw i^ postal elk, r 12 )5 
jWjiLaurdl. 



.w 2nd, F|8 e 

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Gilman, Jonathan, cooper John II. Dirn- 
| k^r, r e 16th be:; wo|tt and Allen. 



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GUmaii, Michael, r mred, r 18()8 e Coi 

GihkiUoi N;,siptD r T.divC.R.I.& m * 
"" ^ 'ave,r.671 wlSlh.f & b 5 



J > T,ofhce 1 406w(j;ourt 
ore, H.iNj stvldent 



Normal t Coll^j 

Gilmor< , Ollie Mil B 
mi* Factory, 

ilnjort , Uretta M 



3, tobms College Hafll. 



itSr Commer:ial College, r 585 iw 

eve, wks Gijfman,&Schn)[itt Mn F g 
r 403 « Hftth. ! i 



^inq, ijank, j 
Infg Co., 



wkf 

r70) 



Highland Pa-k 



Bhirt mkr Dee Moines c _ a 



i- 916^ w 10th. 

188, student Capital 



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Oartnan & Scjimitt 
Monroe j s Des Moine s. 



rniture,{221^/ 



R., wks 
Jrantl ave^ 



inn, George,! wkt Carman & jSchmitt 
^nfgCo.jrSaiiwllth.' 

dinij, Qertrude l^in , student Dea Moinfes 
College, r 1623 w»8th. ! 

Giniberg, B., pedler, r012J^ e s 5th I 

(fi^perg, John, tecond hand gojods, 
24 e Court av4 

Crinsberg, K., secpnc hand goods, 310 
I ' Court ^tve, rl^£4<j Codrtave. 

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Ginsberg;, H M cabinet mkr S. Davidson, r 
over 314 e Grand ave. i ) 

Girtler, Mary E. Miss, housekeeper 725 w 
w 15th. 

Oirtoni J. F.,mngr Western Lithograph- 
ing- Co., r 903 w jPlensaut. 

Girton,;Mary Mrs., r 901 w 9th. 

Githens, Joseph, cook Kirkwood House, 

rodms 316 w 15th. » 
Givena, I). P., mngr Shaver & Dows 

Crjiq'ker Factory, r 1005 w High. 

Given James, teamster Cate & Graeam, r| 
101 0" w Cherry. 

Given, jjohn, div supt C. R.I. & P. R. IL, 
r 905 w 8th. 

Given, John EL, r Wood ave nr 35th. 

Given,; Joseph, night cook Chas. F. Hays 

GiveniJosiah, Judge Supreme Court of 
Iowa, r 142& w Loouat. 

GivenJMaggie Miss, wks 1121 w High. 

Given,) Mattie Miss, stenographer Josiah 
' Giyeu, r 1428 w Locust. 

Givenj Thomas S., r 1428 w Locust. 

Given, William IL, trainmaster C. R.. I. & 
Pj R. R., r 1428 w Locust. 

Gjenis, Anna Miss, saleswoman II. t 
Eljarris & Co., bds 421 w Center. I 

Gladfelter, Carrie Mise, r 815 w 3rd. 

Glan^ Lou, grocer, r 1112 e9th. 

Glasgow, S. W.„bkpr W. D. Cohdit c^ C( 

rjll85 w 5th. 

Glass. 1 Daniel, teamster Chicago Lunibc:*, 
Go., r e 4th n w cor Shaw. 

Glass![ J., shoe mkr C. L. Kahler & Co., 

1515 w Bluff. 
Glasi Joseph, shoemkr, r 1417 w 1st. 

Glas^ Sarah Miss, school teacher, bds 21 
w loth 

Glavin, Michael, lab, r 711 Hillside ave, 
Ij)es Moines. 

Glayie, Daniel, teamster Chicago Lumber 
Co., r 624 e s 12th, 

Glayis, George, contractor and builder, 
624 e s 12th. 

Gla)te, Henry, contractor and buiider, 

B24 e s 12th. 
Glealall, C. H., carp, r 933 w 16th. 
Gleason, Mary Miss, dressmkr Miss M. E. 

{fright, bds 1105 w Walnut. 
GleeBon, W. J., elk Lang Bros. 





068, ' 

VAPOR STOVES, REFRIGERATOR!, 



Stoves, Ranges, Furnaces, 



Glenn, Ella Miss, wks Shaver 
331 ^ -™> 



& Dows, r 



a. 5th. 

Glenn, Ja nes, marble polisl er Des Monies 
Marble and Mantel Co. r 331 w s 5th. 

Glenn, James, engiueer, r 1J308 7th, s Des 
Moines. \ 

Glenn, John J., teamster, r 323 w s 5th. 

Glenn, Maggie Miss, wks Shaver & Dows, 
r 331 w s 5th. 

Glenn, Mary Miss, wks Shaver & Dows, r 

331 wj s 5th. ." , . i 

Glenn, Nellie Miss, wks Shaver & Dows, 
r 331 w 8 5th. 

Glenn, Thomas J., brick layer, r 331 ws 
5th. 

Glenwood— From east North! on$ block 
; , north, bet^ Wicks and Haskell. 

Glidden, JM. {E;, attyovir 211^ w 4th, 
rooms 1()|J1 w 6th ave 

Gliun, John, jeamster E. p. Janes & Co., 
I r 30{ji w s 5th. I ' I . : : 

•Glisau, Delia M. Miss, teacW Lincoln 
; school, r }210 w [6th ape. . ; " | ; 

iGlisan, S. M. Miss, rjriri Lincoln school, r 

1210w6thave. ! 
: Globe Block, 401 w Walhut. 

= Qlobe Clothing House, itirsph Bros. 

props, 401 w Walnut j '«' , 

Globe Ljght and Hcjat C(L T.-T. Morns 
! mng|r, om'ee 777 w 9tih. 

Gnash, JLouis, wks! Dei * Moines j Brick 

i Works, r s Greenwood Park. ! 
Goben, (pharles, miner Van Giukel Coal 
Co., | bds Sevastopol] ' \ 

Goble, Fred, foreman Capital City Plat- 
ing aMill Co., r iiiOl e- Court ave. 

Goble, Walter A„ with ilowa State Baud, 
r 918 f Mulbefrt I v . 

Godfrey, C. F., student Iowa Business 
College. 

Godfrey, Charles iA; 



National Bank, i 



Washington Life Insurance Co M M. T. V. BOWMAN, i 



, collector Citizens 

_._„_ , . 1138 tf, 9th. ! j 

Godfrey, George. L[, Utkh commission^, 

r 1138 w 9th. ; V 

Godfrey, John, cook, r 1121 w Crocker." 
Godfrey, S. Mrs., boarding :iouse,r717w 

Mulberry..' I j' < , | j 

Godfrey, Williain S., auditot Des Moines 

Union Railway Co.' r \ L38 w 9th/ 
Godson, Mary Mrs. r 205 w 10th. 
Goebel[ Fred, wks dapital City Planing 

Mill,) r 1501 eCoiirtavf 






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DIRECTORY. [ 



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(ftyldenberg, JV Mrs. 
6th ave. 



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, dress inkr, r 53(i 



(jioldenberg. Paul, yks 



w 6th ajve.. i 
(&pldman,'|)avidj elbthing 409 w Walnjut, 



Edward, 
CAliege.; 
Gaerkr, Edward B., splnne ':■ 

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IVMpoleri Mil 8, 



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loejjldr, ErnestjMfjs., r 412 ^ $cott. ' 

poeflcri Minni? Miss J wtaver Cajpital 
p|ty Woqienjipils, r 412 e Scot! 

spiijner Capital bity 

r4l|e Scott. ■!;' \ 

GoekjzjlLouiSyCitjr 1 >ridge inspector i^|114 
wl Chestnut]; .; ' . 

88, r 1058 w\Centei*. 
Goffl J. M., lab, |r 1058 ,W Ce ]ter. 
Jjofi W. A., butohor, r j#12 w Cen]tei\ 

off William, »:., ilk § rl A. Robertson) r 
es3rd. 

Albert, mobrmjm E|(}8 Mohtefc 
'R., Go., r 15 L2 e Walnut. • •■'[ \ 

a i ' ■> ■ 'V ■. • i 

tyoiqgl, Annie I. ^rs., |boaiping hojisej r 

w Walnut, 

Rosa M -8,, rovjep 74? W 9th. 



mar newy 



folMih, Hehiy A.,ytttcl 
| pamb,riO)l,^^tiB8. 

f olqtyrg, Anna jiltys, w£$ MJerritt <p BUs|i, 



^ , wks (epplllC, St. .P. & K. 
C Jl. R., l}d|$ 7()7 w|Plei Wj J j 



p^dler, r 6 J' e a 5th. 
Crocker, j .1 



ller, r 6 
•, r l!l21 



Golchsrg, Isaac 

GoltenjC, teaBiat(r, 

[(token 1 Maggh.aiss, iiude^t Highll&nd 

[\ PtrkNormdClollei^, , [ N[ 

fce^lMatildi Mrs., :ianlresa, r814W 

■7t;. , » ,;!■ . -. | Hi 

Wei Rule nothing I xiusol D. & 

... potmgotL & lion proprs, BJL7 w Walnut 
I fni 5^8 * t J^„L* T i rr vT 

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& lion _ 
e Lxiujt. 

AJpranai 
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tio4 OVI I K WA 



of ice cite ,Dr. 

6thWve. 151; 



Lang|Bros, r Ji36 



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r 521, w 4th, 

Goldman*, Milton, elk p. Goldman, r $21 
w,4th.. ■'■;.!■■ ...■'' 

$rol#mau, IJTathah, 8 
w 3rd, r 522 w 



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icond hand goods 5f27 
nebtnut. 

(poldsberry, Carrie E. Miss, teacher Wlest 
Des Moines H gh School, r 140ti 
;Locust. .' [ \ | 

Goldsberry,. James C. wks McNutt 
Sons, r.lll? wllst. [ 

Goldsberry, Jeannette • Miss, ; school 
jteacher, r 1409 w Lbcuet. f 

iol^sberny, Jasper, teimster McNutt & 
(Sons. ;- 

^oldsberry, John iWJ, eipressman Geoige 
White & C^.,|r 1431 e Capital ave. 

i3old8berry, N.t BJ.^ pidure dealer, r 1^09 
w Locust. 

Goldsmith, 
i e 1st. 

goldsmith, Albert, tvk3 James Mitchell, 
I rooms 128^ w Loc jst' ' 

|aoldsmith, Alfred :Et, cook Btdwe^ll & 
• Rac(cliffe, over 131 w Locust.' 

Gojdsmith, F., r wiien apj Des' j Moines 
Edijon Light Cc, i 523 e Locust. 

Qoldsm thj Bplla H r money elk; Uplitjed 
States Ex jr^ss Co., ji} 613 w 8th. 

toldsmth, S,, "mus^c 
Fly an Blocks 



, carpenter, r 6v«r (120 



oldsmith, Stmuel 



w8th. 



eacher, room 18 

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?., j policeman, r 6(13 
, Ruffner prop, 814 



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MAI I )NAL kkUkm Q 



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^oldBtone Hot^l, J. 
e5th. 

Goldstone, N. L., iwh )leiale dry goods ^ id 
notions 209 Wi Ccuri ave, r 500 w 8i d. 

dolldstone & Bedftone. (N. L. Gold- 
stone and; San.uel -Redstone,) 
;oods f clothing md furnishing goods, 
18 and 820 e 5th. i . 

^oldsworthy,, Octavia Miss, asstlteachpr 
kindergai ten, O ikli ,nd , School. 

j oldthwaite, ^athan E. prpfessor math 
matics D?a Mclnes College; bds 
7th cor' Forest ave. 



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s 3 



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^905,6 8 7^ i 



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Eureka Coal C).,. 



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70S am* 707 WALNUT ST* [ I L^ty'l Furnishing and Jfancy Qoodi. 




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Golligdr, Charles, lab, rj223 e a 9th. , 
(Holm, Charles, carpenter H. A. Eaton, r 
> I32i e Fillmore, j 
Gomery, ]Mary Mrs., r 824 w Walnut. 
Gouder, D. It., teamster 1 , r 1714 e Lyon. 
Gondejr, George W., stjudent Dral^e Uni- 
versity, rooms 1326 w 27th. I 

Gondejr, G.. W., motor man Des Glomus 

Street R. H. Co. | * ; 

Gonger, Kosciusko, lab!, r 512 w 7th. 

Gooeh, Charles W., pupt bridges Des 
Moines & N. W.i, and Des 3Iohie?s 
aiid Northern K. if.'; r 1325 w 9th. 

Good, Mrs., r n e cor e 18th and Sco 

Good 'Block, 500 to 513,' w Walnut 

Goofy Charles, fruit grower, r cor w 1 3t.li 

afid North. j j 

Good. Albert, elk Charles F. Hays. 

Good; Albert M., wks Des Moines Malt' 
House, r 1910 e Vine. 

Goodj Charles, r 513 w 2nd. 
Good, Charles, wks [Liverpool and Des; 
Moines Packing Co., r Chestertieldl ! 

Qoo'i], Frank, wks Liverpool and Ij>ea 
Mqines Packing Co., r Chesterfield. ; 

Good, 1. 1., student Iowa Business Collegej 

Good, Joseph, plumber, r 1011 e Lyon. 

Good. Lydia Mrs., r Chesterfield. 

Goo<jl, Noah, gardener, r Lake Street; 

Chesterfield. ,' " | ■ 

Good, Samuel, lab, r 614^ e Pennsylvania 
ive. ' j I (■■, : ' 

Good Templar Hall, Flyuu 131k, w 7th! cof 

■ Locust. ' I j ! 

Goollbarn, Joseph, wks Capital City Gas- 

; 'light Co.,' r 1113 kv Gth ave.i : ' j 

Goode, K. J., attv, office room 26 Clapp's 

! blk. ' * 

Godde, Fred I)., (N 
'1000 w 4th. 






ewinan, & Goode); r 



Goode, Lowry W., real estate, pres pes 
Moines Water Power Co., and nres 
Commercial Exjchange 315 w 5th, r 
, : Arlington ave cor Franklin. 

Goode, Mabel B. Miss, student Highland 
Park Normal College. 

Goode Street, third 
I Arlington ave 
Moines. 

Goode & Likes Addition, from east Wal- 
nut to Das Moi lies, bet 18th and 20th. 

Gooden, J. M., Sayl or 25, east Des Mohjes. 



north of North from 
to 4th, North Des 



Goodhue, A. J., 
Goodin, 8. C. 



Walnut 2, lj)es Moinas. 

Mrs., r bet e York and 
Washington, Capital Park. ^ 

Goodmaq, C. Mrs., r 707 w Pleasant 

Goodmad, Daniel, merchant tailor 313 vt 
Loeiist, r 118 e Des Moines. , 

Goodinan, JDaviid, tailor Daniel Goodman, 
r 11^ e Des Moines. r 

(•J'oddmau, J. M., traveling salesman" Led- 

ereri Strauss & Co., r 412 iv 15tli. 
i < j i j 

Goodrell, Anna Miss, teacher public 

school, bds 832 |& Grand aye. 

Goodrell, Ella Miss, prin 
r 832 e Grand* ave. 






Bremer School- 






Goodrell, J. S., engineer post office bldir, 

r 1372 e Court ave. 

i 

Goodrell, May Miss, teacher jBry&nt 
School; Jr 832 e Grand ave. ' 

Goodrell, Stewart, j elk insurance dept 
State Auditor, r 832 e drrana ave. 

Goodrich* Alice Miss, physician, r 719 e 
5th. '' ' I " ■ ■■; i i " 

Goodrich, Austin, lab, r Chesterfield. 

Goodrich, D. G M advertising solicitor low 
JMrectory Co., |r 172G w 9thj 

Goodrich, F. H., traveling salesman, r& 
w 4th. ■ !' ■ ' ■ 

Goodrich, Hattie I L. Miss, teacher Dei 

Moines College, r 1726 w 9thJ ' 

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Goodrich, Joseph I A., student HigWau 

Park Normal College, rooms Cojlegf 

■ ? 1{i11 - . . . ' ' ( ' ; I 

Goodrich, ^llie Miss, student bailiff' 

City Commercial College, r lmfx 

12ih. ! 



Goodrich, S. DJ, m'nfr United States 
Stock Food, 620 e Des Moinefs, r 1 
e 5th. 

Goodrich, Seyniore T., saiesmatt Conji- 
in^ntal Clothing Housed rooms 428 jff 
• Chestnut. ' • ! , 

Goodwin, Cornelia Mrs., student Capital 
JOity Commercial College, r .707 w. 

Pleasant. • ' , ■ T , -| t1 

Good Win; feliiiore Miss, teacher' Websjwj-! 

School, r 930 e 6th. || | :■ 

Goodwin, Jeremiah J., eriginejer C. lMty 

$ P. II; If, r 930 e 6thL j '; 

Goodwin, Johii, painter, bds & Court a.W[ 

GrantfPafk. | .■ . | !' 

Goodwin, Joljn, wks Des Moines |Co« >n 

Mills, f [ | 

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TfilBphOnB 394, ) i'W. A. 8TEELE. Quarries In Marlon Oounty. ( 






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west south 




S Goodwin, ^e2a,(Gpoilfin&Pamelee,) 

;j.!| r'52d wr3d, : ' | |; ; ' j, ' 



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in fls P^nn^lee, (H. Gpojiwin anc| 



Gokloh Biros. (WLlliai i]J and Alexander 
r Tl^nwiAii •rfcjcijils,: 001 e Gratidj avj». 

BtUi 

jlegeJ ri Coljegt iHo-ihp. | 



Gordo 1), grcjcWs/lOOl e Gratidj avb. 
\ Gordon, E^ber -.A! J student Callailaii (jol- 



) Gordon, |F rank 



112181m 



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: Gcod\w r n ..» r ~ r , \ — .-r-r % , 
■ ,y. Far melee,) ; ewe erg SOD *' Walnut 

,(j}o|)iiuu, I enry, wks' pc dild housei W. St 
L. &]. <K. H., r 10 >7 e Scott. 

Mdon, A C, mrlierj t 741 w 17tfy'. 
| Gordon, A ex I[.,|*o<k»rje8 flour ajidfped, 
h'- 1554 e S Wal nut ; r |l444 e Capita^ ave 

Gordon; Afex IL," ( ooki ij|416 w Elm 



piver 



Pleisa; 1* 



G. M. Spencer, r 

■* Gordon, Firank, r M;w t B. 

j? Gordon, h. mea, b'jjlge carpeutcp,' r 1 1107 
1 -f \v Gth live. 



tto -don, Theodoife 
States Express 

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iofe, Jiinu s,j, te tnjister 

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Co. 



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lab, 



Fl, si tipping elk I United 
3 Co., r 210 e Raccoon. . 

don, Thomas, mine Des Moines; Coal 
Co., r. nr Gi bsonj cc ll mines, fcjevasto 

jfoj-don, Tilda 'ijlifed, IwWs Monitor Hbuse. 1 
j, 1 Goj-don, Willia u, gW< er 1601 e 0ranil 
live, r .302 3 Dte's Koines. 

•don, W illiai i ]|.| njiner DesjMbineB 



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New Atork ivfe, Eii rlewood. 



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Morgan 



luchauan^ 
Redhead & Whit- 



11 w lOtln 



a), rjini w 10th. 



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j.st. p. S xc. 



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tudbtilt Higlildid kirk 
! College.! ;. '■ , > ■ | 
r'rrcll, .lj,A„ n.-tman 1 owa ' Printing 
i. r ioiHi3tk j I .'.|J 



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wks Sivery Hoise. 
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Gose, jl. 4, s(ude|nt Highland Pari 

; mal College. I ,; , 
Gbse, Kate Mi88,|8tident highland 



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Nor- 
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College, r]}rd ^ir| Franz aye^ ^ortji 
' morelauc 

Gode, Thomas J;, bk;pr ! W. E. Johrlsbn & 
i Co., if 1318 w 28th. 

Got nell, L. F, Mrej, r over ^05 e Loii 8t. 

1 GoEsett, LouimMrs., rj 109 e Grand a ve. 

Go teehall, II. j|, Grai^t 18, e Pes' Moines 

Gottlieb, Julius Jpawn broker 303 w Wal- 
nut, 410 w Grand aVe. 

Go tEtein, P., (Fl Gpttstein & Co.), i £ 3rd 
1 cor Court ave., 

Goitstein, ,Idi Miss, elk Wolf Gotjttjteiu, 
r«'231 e Pes Moines. 

Gpttstein, Is?ac, r 231 1 e De6 Moines. 

Goli8tein,fiadieMi88,dre88mkrM.^Vhi^, 
e Des Mtines 

Gpttstein, Mrs. Sarah, r 531 eDes MJoi 



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Goitstein, Wolf, 
Moibes. 



Goitstein, F., 



& Co., 
rags, iron and 
219 e, 3rd 



grocer, r 231 e 

(Fi Gottstein an 
metalsj 215, i 21 



Gopger, Kittje Mies, student Higi 
Park Normal College. 

Gojugh, John 13., engineer U. P. it 
1020wL(€Ust. 



Go jgli, John B. jr., bkpr Chase & W( st, r 
1 1020 w Locust. ! 



. Gculd, Betsej 

Gould, Edith 

8thj r 715 



Mrs., r 1713 w High 
M. MiBB, physician 9 

, ^— , -« — Hv j : [ ■; 

Gould, Edwar|d d r ,.(Fldler & Ooi 
1427 w.Grknd ave i ! -- r • 

Gotild, Fred, Jard piatter C. li I. & 



R.,r|l013Wi)tii. ( 

ild f George A., bridge buihl 
&P.Ul^rm3iwHigh. 




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Gould, Harry, ild Won, '.ij 1|00 e Lyo|i 
Go|ild, John "El sWdent Highland 
Normal- College, rooniB College 

Go(ild Str(|et-^Sec md. siuth of Vijie, 
E8hba^ugh kye to 2i|th ptreet,! 

(iotJd, T., agt C. :^. P. & K. C. RJ R. 

Go lid, W. S M yardljmaster C\, R. I. <& 
R., r ^013 w Oft. 

Gojve, George Ll Carriage painter Gle 
HoJmoB, r323|e ljgjli.ji 

Gojve, Willie, bnlkic man' C, St. P. & K 
R. R.,hd8li%8th f 



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. * 5 Government Building, w! 5th cor Court 
M ■. «ve.:. .. :° | , , 

m . Governor's Guards— jCo. A', armory rooms 
i , 34 and 35 Office Bldg.j Co. H, armory 

>• 4x • . HaiiBoh's Hall, e 6th cor Locust. 

^ Tf Governbr's Square, I bet ej 14th and loth, 
d jS - • from Walnut to Court ave. 

"§ 3 Gowan, F. 31. Mrs., r over 324 w 7th. 

^ l2 Gawaus, James, teamstdr, r Vine core 

^ Lu : 2-oth. : - 

§18 Gowana'i John W., expressman, r e 21sj 
Uj 3k : cor Vine. ■ j . j 

Gowans, Joseph, gardner,- Vine r cor 
20th. 



Gowdy,Allie G. Miss, art teacher, r §2j6 

w8th. ji 

Gowdy, H. J. Mrs.jtf 826 w 8th. 

Gowdy, Joella F. Miss, teacher West D£s| 
Moines High School, r 826 w 8th. 

Goyette, Charles A., clkjYounker Bros.i r 

. 1020 w North.) 

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Graber, Robert F., student Highland 
Park Normal College. 

-Grace,. Elmer F., student Iowa Business 
■ College. i i 

Grace, J.L L., traveling salesman, r 
wlSttu 1 , j 

Grace, John, student Ioiwa Business (fol 
lege.' 

Grace; John, timekeeper King & Ken 
nedy, 1^1005 w 2nd j j 

Grace, Justus, sewer workman, r e lOtJi 

cor Short. I J; 

Grace, Madge Miss, elk Copperstone & 

Co., r -1005 w 2nd. ! , 

Grace, Maggie. Miss,! strident Capital 
City Commercial College, r w lith 

cor 12th. | 

Grace M. E. Church, Rev. B. F. W. 
Cozier pastor, w 10th n e cor Crocker. ,v 

Grace, Michael, bkpr §. B. McGomskJ r 
1005 w 2nd. J| 

Grace, Patrick, car repairer C, Stl P. & 

K.C.R.R. ; j 
Grace Paul, contractor grading, r 1005 w 

2nd. : ! 

Grace, Paul Jr., elk: Oscar Lofquist, r 

4005 w 2nd. j $' 

Grape, Samuel W., student Iowa Business 

■College. j i 

Gricey, John B,, horseman, r 114$ w 9th. 

Gracey, William, traveling agli jEsterly 

, I Harvesting Machine Co., r 1145 w 9th. , &Co.,rl00tf w High. 



! Grady, Lena Miss, elk I Vaughn & Buisev 
r 1015 w 4th. M J ;' 

Graefe, Harry F., bl^pr. Green l Bay Lum- 
ber Co., r w 33rd nr Forest ave. 
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Graefe House, Fred Sehrbeder prop, 214 

w Walnut.- j J 

Graessty, Louis, physician and surgeon 
over 501 e Walnut, r 101 e 10th. 

Graffj I. M., supt American District Tele- 
graph Co., r 418 w 5th. » 

Grafton, Albert W 1 ., genl agt Avery 
Planter Co., room's 713 w 3ifd. . ( 

Grafton Street— From West to (Court ave, I 
Morris and Eshbaugh & West's Ad- 
dition. r ' j' 

j Graham, Alexander,' supt city scales and 
markets, r 1108 ,y 12th. I 

Graham, ft, student Capital City Com- 
mercial College, r|509V Grand ave. 

Graham,, Benjamin, wks H. W. Taplev, 
rooms ^11 w Grand ave. " 

Graham, Charles Ri wks A. L. West, } 
123 w FrankliW ave. -J 

Graham, David fc, plasterer, jr 1331 

Wj22nd. > ; '| ' ' ! ■ j 

Graham, Edwaitf, jbutoher, r 1327 w 15th- 
Graham, Fred Wj (Seth Graham & Son), 
r 1022 wi Mulberry. I I 

Graham, Gertrude, student Iowa Business 
College^ ; : ( . J ■ ' ■ i 

Graham, Henry-f] elk East Des Moines / 

. House. ; jj 

Graham James, llab, r 1315 w 21st J 

Graham, Jane Mjsf, r 1111 w Cherry. , j j 

Graham J. L., lab r 1149 w 8th. ; ( j | 

Graham] J. M., r^res Des Moines Marble ;| 

and Mkntel po„ r 709 w J9tlij , , *•; 

Graham, Lou "RftJ engineer (Des | Moines k 
Linseed Oil i Works, r 1349 e Maple., $ 

Graham, Milton' C., (S. Graham & Co.), r t: 

101O «r Tvw»iWf ' L' 



1210 w Locust. 



Graham, Richar^J prop Eakt Des Moines f 
House, rl2$'e 5th. ' ' Ji 

hjam & Co!),r 1210 wj: 



Graham, S., (S. 
i Locust. 



wholesale Hay and 
chants, 201 1 w 7th. 



Jjraham, S. &, ,(po., 
Commission 

jraham, S. A.,jblq>i! S. Graham & Co., f$ 
1210 w Locuk 



Graham, Samuejl bkpr D. H. ^cDaneld 




cFarland 



Real Estatt&EichaDeeBroXers 

220 WMT 5th ST. OLAPlf iLOCK. 



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'Graham, 
1022 




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MiilbeVry. 



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Graham $ 



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Grab i\kn), props D ;s glomes Transfer 

r V Co., ft w ?th javte. . I i |. 

Graham", 'pip, itekiBter,, r 608j ■? 8 r 4Jtiu 

Graham,* W< P., city 'scavenger, r 1189 

wsti.j ■ ■ .' I r ■' , • I' 

, jriifit, wit's A entiig & Slater, r 
7th. . ! i • 



AdyocUe. J. P. Bishop 
',513iwl Mulberry! 



Graney, >la?y 
.:-' Graney, il'ary 



1 Graney, Thorn ilk ,f„:lhb'. 
■■ Granger Augustus, pjiii 



Son),r. . qrajit, yi'd. U 
IThre^herlCc 

Granville, Mary 
nut. ! 



! Gnmb'erg 

Gra^dAlr , 
' prop, ov<£i'»513ji 

1 (;ran (1 Ave— Secojid! tiortlif of Walnut 
'*■ fromr east "to west ( ity limits, 

,' Grand Aveiuu livery j a ad boarding stable ' 
\ Simons'* &Lantzj prop, 516 . '.&, 518 yf 

£■ Grand ave. •' : ! • 

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Grand Avenue Savings Bank^D. H.Kookr 

}| . ejr,' pres, ^V ; Juvenal, vic4» presj, 
I ■ George "W , Shope pashier, e|5th cor 
Grand ave, 

j 1 Grand Opera lu>us< , Con nely & Littleton 
{ ■mngrJ r 3i^w4th t | . ■ • ■ . , 

Grand -Pate jLind ;Go., H. |lv. Love pres, 
* Thoii as 1 [atton jdei y, 204 w jith. 
;| Gram}. View— From nortji'Elm !to Hull 
ave , I et ei ist Stiji <in d 14th . 

. , Grandvjie^ v j S reet^-El i* i enth n 3rm of 
Xorttyfrotyyeast J3t|i to ; 14jtp,Glra4d- 
■view. 



Miss, elk 



Miss, wk s Savery 



!912e iatnjjcal;h. ? 

ier^r,2lBt s w dor 
Cottage G'ove'a^e. 

Granger, Barlow, fdrinejrl, e of Sevastopol, 
nr 8 e city limits. 

* Granger, Oh^rtesC;'wir|manHe88 Elec- 

* tricaj Gty., r£41^1!th, ! 
t Grimier, Wa{son W[., . janitor ; franklin 



ichoot, r 841 ,w 12tb. 
Grannis, Jjohn D.,- engineer Des 



Soap Works,, fifth 

1 .Grant Ave— From pea ji 
■ s tate fair grounds 
tion. ' *■ ■ t( 

< ; raiit;CWle4S..dlktl 
r 721 iv 5tti. |j 

^riuitPark-iFrornloj 



Bean, 
x - Gran* s,-]j 
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From'ioajt (Grand 
betlElliotan 

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oolJMrs. iJfiiliiL A Hanim, prin- 
w >3rd bek C pttage Gib ye ! aye 

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ave hojrth ; iqto 
Redhead's addi- 

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EPH,J IHO. I M«nuf«ctur«ni 

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deling salesman Advance 
.,'bds. Hotel -GqldsLcne. 



Mrs„ r over 220 w 
Mrs., laundress, r 



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Granville, Sarah 
I Lyon, ' | 

Graphic 1 Publishing Co.,A. IL F „ 
1 ler pres, John Brian Beey, publi ihers 



Wail* 
1334 e 
Zeig- 



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Des MoineH Grnphhj, 313 w Lo 
Gllirdino, Vineeiizo. Iub r r 115 w a 71 

(j rauel, H. A.,- elk Lang J3ro., r 11 

; 8th., i] '>".,-> • '■■ 

G rave's, lab, r 610 w Market. 

Graves.Abner^ wka G. iW. >IogelbeW, bdfi 
•• 415 w 9th. ' 

Graves, Albert Jp'prterQ W. MogeJb|erg r 
w 9th." cor Grand ave. 

Graves, CeleBta^rs.,r902 w lOtli 

Gjraves, Charles ^., lab, r 400 M^ison. 
8 Des Moines. ; f 

Glraves, Fred, wks Be» Moines 



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iiill, r Grant Park. 

Cf raves, Harry J)., student Highland Park 
j - Normal College,"! rooms Collegj; pfall. 

Graves, Jo^lJ JBloomfield ^3, Des A 



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|G(^ves,^.' ^nJBnjfjneer C. St. P. & 



R.^.;r42i^tli. 



'ay, A. A.,t):aln 
. K. C. Ii. -R.T r 

G -ay, Alexaridir, 

Giay, Anna 3JiH8, 



dispauper C. St. 
1510 w Grand. . 



coal 
wks 



miner, r 7^0 fv 
517 w 4th. 



firemati C. .St. P. 



dispatcher C. 
510 w Grand a 



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P.& 
10th. 

P. & 
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.Gia^qharle^,' 
• foom8'414 jv fth. 

Uiay, D. A., train 
K. C.U.kr^ 

Griy, E. B., travelingi salesman, r P 

I Drive, GuW-Hpigh'tB. • 

dr ly. Ella Mlsd, student .Highland (Park 
J* Normal C{>l1e^re, | rooms College Hall 
Gijay, Eugene Rev., bd!s 1022 w Cherry. 

y, George ,iwV]Clk J. D.iSeeberi;er, r 
| f |940w3rd. 

Gny, Hi G.^ stock 



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Grey, James O., stationary' engineer, • 207 
■ ' J"e 10th. ' : . |.: ;■'; . 

G :ay, John, teamster White Line Transfer 

] Co. .. , T ■'; •. . | 

Gmy, John A., traveling salesman Rialidall 
' &i:ickfy,ir 950 w 12th. 

Gray, Nellre 3Iist, dress mkr, 
• . High. , ' 

Graf, Nora Mrs., over 5^1 w Loc.ust. 



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Ml ■Pfli ~°"»™h"* Electrical Material t8$X 

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SC0V4J.LB PLU M BINGi OOMiPAN Y. 

Contractors for Planting, Steam,! On. W. 4Uu4 Loout. j'Rtot TO. j EOT WAHB ul OAS Rnmi 




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Gray, S. A. M^jjy rover 614 e 1st. 

Gray, Samael, retired, r ir Coon Valley 
Coal Mines, s Des Moines. 

Gray,, Samuel, Bloom Qeld 16, Des Moines. 

Gray, S. E., Grant 6, e Dab Moines. 

Gray's Sub Division r-from east Scott 
Railroad ave, bejt 14tih and 16th. 

Gray, Virgil, teamster Prputy & Pratt Co., 
rpver817w Locust * 

Gray. Walter,' Bloom tlelci 16, Des Moines. 

Gray^' Walter, carpenter, r s Coon Valjey 
Coal Mines, 8 Des Moines. 

Gray, William Mrs., r 94S w 3rd, 

Gray, William A., traveling salesmaj 
946 w 3rd. < : j 

Graybeal, Clarence H., teamster, V 16^1 e 
Lyon. 

Graybeal, John T., teumster, r 1611 e 
Lyon. | 

Graybill, Ida Miss, student Highland Park 
Normal College, ro)ins College Hall. 

Grayson, Benjamin F., (Ik Iowa Loan and 
Triist Co... r 1125 \v 12th. f 

Grayson, George, feed arable, 225 e 5tp, r 
1015 e 6th. 



U e Grand ave.: 
dress mkr, 11125 



823 



M. Christy, r 



uman, r 823 w , jjnd 



Grayson, L. R., bds 14< 

Grayson, Marion Miss 
; w 12th. 

Grayson, N. S. Mrs., dress mkr, r 11J2J5 w 
11th. 

Greaney, James, wks J 
w 2nd. 

Greaney, John, exipres 



Great Atlantic and Pacific TeajtJo., 
J.'M. Duffy mngr, teas and coffees 
620 w Walnut. , 

Great ^Northern Railway, S. A. $mart 
traveling passenger agt, office 2t3 w 
4th. ' ' 

Greaves, Joseph, iirenian C. R. I. & 
bds Monitor House. 



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Gredick, Charles A., wks Avery | Planter 
& Co's., r 1502 w 11th. ' ; ! 

Greedy, Emma Mis3, student Drake 
yersity, bds 1236 iv 23rd. 

Green, Alfred, teamstler Eureka Fuel 
r|823 e State. I ■ j| ! ] 

Green, Allen J 4 ;, plasterer and brickmason, 
. f?00e8 4tfcj I j i - 

Grreefn Bay Lumber bo., (Jas. G, Be rry- 
hill ' preg, K. Ej Jewett sedy, IS. C. 
Ifinkbine gepl mngr), office 4o,42i and 
44 Clapp Blk. < ; " 



Green,, Blanche Miss, i 671 w 15th. 

Green, Char les If. j wks W. L. Mortis, bds 
2650 w Cottage Grov^e ave. 

Green, Ed., waiter Abbrn House. 

Green, Francis M.. [wks E. L. & J. L 
Weeks, 1 r }706 e Walnut. 

Green, Frank H.^ rmjtorneer Des Moines 
Street Ry Co., j J1549 e Des Moines. 

Green, Frank 0.|f(S.| Green & Sons)r 1403 
I e Capital ave. J I 

Green, Georgq, brajkeman W. St. L. & P. 
R. R.,r834e0tjh. 

Green, George, Adjjitant General of Iowa,' 
w 1st and Locust, r 810 w Pleasant, ' 

Green, Grace Miss, wks Kirk wood House. | 

Grden, Grace Miss, cook 202 w 8th. ' 

Green, Grace Miss, r 813 e s„(Jth. s 

Green, 'Grade Miss, spooler Des Moinesi 
Cotton Mills,« r e Des Moines. 

Green, Haden, lab, t 1010 e Shaw. • 

Green, 1. 0., pres Des Moines Shoe Manu- 
facturing Co., r 825 w 4£h 

Green, Ida Miss, r over 512 w 6tlj ave. 

Green, James, lab, r 813 e s 6th. 

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Green, James B., (fe>. Green & Soi 
Locust. ■ ! . 

Green, James T. R., secy Kratzer Carri- 
riageCo., r 1428 w lltjli; ' '. . 

Green, J. D., stonecutter, if 823 w Oat: 
Green, J. E., plasterer, r 1036 w I6th. 
Green, J. K., student Highland Park Nor- j 
' mal College.' 

Green,! John H., general agt C St. P. & j 
K. ( C. R. R.. 2m) w 4th r 713 w 7th* ( | 

Green, John H., student Des Moines Col: 1 j 
lege, bds 1710 wjWashington. >! 

Green, Lfena Miss, weaver Des Moines ( 
Cotton Mills, r e Des Moines. I. 

Green,|LouisH.,lab,r700e8fh/ ! 

Green, Lulu Miss, student Highland Par^ 

Normal ^College. ' j 

Green, Marcus, carpenter, r 1607 e Court ! 

ave.. . J • ! l 

Grefen, May Miss, copyist, r over 201 % 

Walnut. , .! 

Green, M., carpenter, r 1607 e Walnut 
Green, Mellie M. jMiss, student Iowa Bus 

ine8s Colleges. • ) 

Green, Oscar, teamster Eureka Fuel Co., 

r 823 estate. J J - 

Green, Oscar JR., teller State pavings 

Bank, r! 1429 w 8th. 



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Golden Rule Clothing House 

: D. MJ JOHNSON * SON. ' 



' HATTER8 AND FURNI8HBR8 



I" NATTER8 AND FURNI8HER8. . U 

617 fflMt ^Talijiut St; 1 1 D6« Moln«^ 



R.T. Davis [Mill U I jtSifcp gm n* 



A Green, Wjlliam, w^s Hie! 
|. rooms 4 LI sv Walnut. 

' Gre^n, William J. elk H 

•?>l9fiwSir»Wnnl: ' 



>Gre 



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Green, RayrnoAd, mnog apiier t Bulkley 
i! : & Sweet, rl710wl8t^. ! ,1 

| 'Green, It. C, traveling 8 ilesman, r 925 V 

k (4th - i • : | : 1 j ■ ■• : I 
? Green, R. 0<t ^Ice; preside n^ S^ate [Savings 
< Bank, r 1331 w8*hl c 'I , 

|<3reen, Samuel, (3. Gre^n & Sons), r 71a e % 

LoCUSt. ; M . : . i ' I _ ; 

iS. Green ft' Sc>ns r (S|tj Gre BriyF. Q; Green 

andJ.lt Green)J:mnf "8 and dealersjin 

* furnaces, rnd^stove replir 



iJeS MOINii'ibtRKCTdRk 



to 114 



to: 2nd.' 



rear 613 e Des 



dtove8ai4 
$ j works ^04 

t Green, Samuel, peddier; i 

J;i ' Moines. 
Green, Wan en wka Des Moines Broqm 
t,. works,r 823Le 5th. ., -i ., 

Green, W. Walter* cash, J, D. Seeberg^r, 
'j . 835 w 4th. i. _ I;; J I ■' j] ( 

a Green, William, waiter 81 ) w Locust. 

Hicl a & Greenway, 



,i? 

.•lie, Johb, tab, r pasenent. 1(323 w 13. 

,Gret no, 9ars.li-; Miss, mpei visor ofkinder-^ 

Gartens' jForjeat Home 4 ;Distriet. r 801 
Forest, ave. ! ; • * ' ., | 

iGre ?ufield, Archaj xeamite^ Bbomfi^ld 

Goiil Do., r nr Bloomf eld Goal mines'. 

|G:e|utie.la. j Bet3ey'Mr8. ) r nr Bloomfield. 
Coalmines, j 

Greening, Frai cia, tailor, r 112 Commer- 
cial , . ! . ! V ' 

| Greening Fran £, tailor Wm. Meare & Co. 

j. Rudolph, contnetor and build 
fr, r llgp \r 7th. 

Greenlyn, Walter S. 



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GreenWood, 

1 1 ave cor 



•1 
C. Baehrod 



float er, F. W. iBran- 
son, bdsh 20b w 9th. 

Grejenwalt, 3ei\ Mi8B,'r 5i8e f Pehnsylva- 
. ;niaave. ' • ; . '.. 
Greenwalt, Julius, (Greenwalt & Singer,) 
if 518 e Pennsylvania aVe. 

i Greenwald & S ngerj ^Julius Greenwald '» 
&1 ;and Ch-istiafi SinW.) cigar mnfra 

3l2eWlhift. ijf | 

Greenway, Charles, taicla'ft GreUnway),! 
|r37pw School!; ! ' j:' . 

Greenwood, Herman^ brid *e builder, r 515: 
;w 6th aye, ' ■■ '| * . - ■ | .• ' . 'I 

Greenwood Laae— ^om -OruM ave to 
i Center. Qre^enwobd lark. ' | , I. 
I Greenwood Park, frprii G and avi to Cen-i 
pveramjl Prrk Lam is. 



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$reer, J. F., auptiDtla Moines Maltllouao 

i. rt72 w|17th'. { 
Gr^fe. A.» retired, r. 51'4 w 11th. 

Grefe, Albert, gr<Jcer, »824 w 7th, 
^ (Gcefe & Wfrpd), r 9^6 w 8th, 

Grefe, Albert Jr], -condiictibr, D. M.. Street 

Grefe, Edward, stiiden^ Capital Oiky 
Commercial College, r 970 w 23rd 

Grefe, Henry, W.„(ilK State Insurance Cp 
rll^wWalnul. 

fe, Lou ti. iMijsa, elk State Inaura 
C6;rll25 wlWslnut*. 




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Grefe, jTheodore t., iast secy State Insur- 
• ance Go., r lafoO w 24th: , : 

Grefei William Ml., livery 214w9tih, 
; 1 1 £12 w 10th ' 



Umfrid', (Allbert Gf -fe and Hugo 



Umf rid) grocers, 



952. w ,0th ave. 



Greg, If. K., cigar m.ifr 42^ w Gth avei ri 
sane. 

Greger Herman, lab. r 820 w.3jd. ! ./ 

Gregg, David, wks Iowa Pipe and Tiie 

Wcrks, rGOOe Maple. ! 

Gregg,' Fred L^carr, r Brdmr Franz aye, 
p . La £e Park. . ,' j 

Gregg, James C, r 3 JO e 7th. i I 

i^Gregg, John B., engineer, r over ,520 ar d 
I 52S e Gran^d ave, ' t 

Gregg,i Nettie E. Mh 8, oik Docks' tader |& 
• Wilkins,rl60^e Maple. 

Gregg, Niles W.J elk Redhead, Nortoi, 
Lalhrop & Co., w 2nd nr New Yojk 



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Gregg, Robert P., elk agt freight depk 
, W. St. L. & P. R. R., t 609 e Maple. 

Gregg, William E,, Weigh master C, R. J. 
V&P)R.lR.,r )V^r521e6th. 

Gregory A. L., wtf Des Moines Street R.i 

• it. cq: , ,, . ■ ■ : ; j 

Gregory John', r 888 w ^2nd. 

Griegorr, L., wks Dei Moines JElectric St. 

Ry Co., r |169 7 ej Cojurt aye. 

Oregon r, Luella 5[., Misfi, millinery 229 w 
* 4th|, r 1386 w|22jid,J j 

GregorjrJMattie'MiaBi tailoresa Corittnent^ 
al (Nothing House, r 1202 w High. 

Gregor;^8i8ler8, (Luella M. Gregory and 
n -), midline ^,-229 W- 4th^ 




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Gregson, Frankjdispateher city office, C. 
P.I. &P. RJ..R. 

Greiger, Herman, cabinet mkr, rooms «39 
' jw4th. J 

Gretner, A., Mf 8 -' Weaver Des Moines: 
Cotton Mills;, r Grant Park:. ' 

Greiner, A, M., (jarderl)es Moines Cotton 
Mills, r Grant Park. i 

Greubel, William, compositor Iowa Staatz 
Anzeiger, r|947 w 4tli. 

GTeuberg, August, wks Mennig & Slater, 
r 912 e s 7tli. 

Gresdol, Andrei, wks 1031 w 9th. 

Gresdal, Elsie .^jlisf, wks 830 w 19th. 

Grey, Nellie Miss, dressmkr Mrs. Nettie 
I. Lefler, r;812wHigh. j 

Grice, Charles,! wks O. B. Sweet, r over 
205 w Vine!. , ' 

Grice, Emma Miss, r over 205 w Vine. 

Grice, Ettie Miss, elk Case & Lawrence, r 
3.14 w Gthbive. , 

G rider, Stevenson, lab, r 1317 e Lyon. 

rieser, Ilenrvi, teamster Capital City Oil 
Mill, r 210Je Raccoon. 

jriffe, Peter, wks upholstering dept L. 

Harbaeh, r 1221 w Center. 

Griffin, Ajexijnder, waiter ' Kirkwo'od 

House, r 1529 e Capital ave.i t . . 
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Griffin, D, C M traveling salesman Cooper 
Wells c\r (jo., r 1314 w 21st: I 

Griffin, Hiranij V., mn<;r VairGinkel Coal 
| and Mining Co., r'803 e .12th. 

Griffin, J., brnkeman C. St.' P. & K. C. R. 
' R., bds 723 w Mulberry. 



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Griffin, L. I)[, student Highland Park 
j Normal College. ' T 

Griffin, Mary! Mrs., dressmkr, r 211 e 
Grand ave. 

Griffin, Michael II., plumber Laing & 
Scoville, r 211 e Grand ave. j , 

Griffin, 'Peter} lab, r 1221 w Center." 

Griffin, Peterj wks Burnside & Ive^hoe. 

Griffin, Peter, wks Ilundall & Dickey, r 
943 w 13th. 

Griffin, Thoinas P., contraotoir' and 
. builder, r w Euclid nr 6th aVe. 

Griffis, J. P. |VIrs., r 1214 w Pleasant. 

Griffis, Mae Miss, elk U. S. Pennon office, 
r 1214 e Pleasant. 

Griffith, Albert, printer Iowa State Regis- 
ter, r 13J9 w iothl ' 



Griffith 



iffith, -Albert T., operator (Postal Tele- j 
graph, Co,, r (1217 w, Mulberry. j 

Griffith, Benjamin L.,i bkjpr J.C, Barney i 
• & Co., r Oak Park jave tyet 9tjh and i 



10th. 
Griffith, Charles 



M., messenger WJSt.L. 
& P. Freight Depot, 1 ; jr. 1165 w 6th ave. 

J. C. Barney & 
bet 9th and 10th. 



Griffith, Charles T., elk 
Co., r Oak Park ave 

Griffith, Charles W.» wool dyer Capital 
City Woolen Mills jr 1217 w Mul- < 
berry. , 1 \ ' < • ' 

Griffith, David R. trapier Eureka Goal j 

Co., r Jefferson 1 nr Franklin ave, Se- 
vastopol, 

Griffith, Ebenezer, lab, 
ave.i 



1432 e Capital! 



L 



\i 



Griffith, Edward C, fm Capital CityP 
i Woolen Mills, r 121f7 Kv Mulberry, 'l fi 

Griffith, Frank, wks De£ Moines Glove 

' f 1 Works - | ■ '■ ■ ! ' j j ' Ujf 

Griffith, M., janitor State Treasurer's dill 
rice, r 1413 e Buchanan. I 

Griffith, Frank fe, elkjw. E.jft 
rooms over 316 w wjilnutj 

Griffith, George 3}., agt 
Co., r 1630 w 7th. 



cDowdl 



Colunirj|us Buggj 



Griffith, ,Georg^ E.,i second han i goods, f ', 
i 1708 e Capital dvej ! I ■ I 

GriflirJijHattil 



Griffith, Hattie 
Griffith,!Hugh 



Sev 
Griffith, 
Griffith, 



Lodust. 



Griffith, 



Hartford ave nr Gibson 



Mrs., r733eyiLlnut. 
E. Mrs , r 1165 n- 6th avt. 
driver Eureks Coal Co.} 



bson c6al minef, 
istopol. I I 

Isaac, earpenter, r l(i30 w 7th. 

I.W.,icoroneJPol^-€oi,rll05 ( jp 

lat. I | • 

c!erk, r.9j3 



w 13th, 



John, railway 



postal 



f 



a nd papfr 



Griffith, John F., painter 
hanger, r 407 e i7th. - 

Griffith] Joseph, wki Georke E. King 
i Bridge (fP., r 713 W 2d. 

Griffithj J. W.j r 1441 b LyonJ 

Griffith! Leland C, stenographer, r 16601 

| w7th. '! : v ,[' ' 

Griffith; Levij motorLeer' ■ Des DIoiitoi, 
, j Electric Street Rf,rl430He'Walnit.; 

Griffith* Martha A. Mk, r 1510J w 23rdj 

Gpifflth, iNephij minet Van Oinkel Cfal 
Minxes, bds Mrs. |iin Hu^es, $evas-t| 

topol. i 




A Workmanship (• 
Guarantied. ) 




(Con West M 
\ and \ 
[Mulberry Sts. 




SO' 



Contractor* lor 




Griffith, Pdul, 
'" !j.r713.iy2nU. 

Griffith, Peter, 
| 943 w L3tU 

Grifli/h, ilegiiialc 
'! Union (Tele 
i berrv. 



*«•* p yap 



iPlttmlniig, 8te 

! '•■.DES"j! 



wks 




>.'-.. "Hoshk & Co., 



h. y 



Rania}li &' Dickey* j: 



, ij operator I Westetri 
rr^Co.,r / 12l|7 w Mul 



Griffith, likes, win>r Pr )ctor Coal . Co., :r 
I Jefferson nr Franklin ave, Sevastopol. 

Griffith. Richatd, ^ab Brootor Coal Afines, 
1 j- rSeya'ntcjriol.,1 

Griffith, Ricnard A~ Are insurance and 

;■ ii I real eptejorar 821 w Walnut, r 720 

' i| wOth.1 ; ■ : ■ ■' 

(iriffithlRobeijt R, pirier Prpjctor ' Coal 
! Co., r Jejffereon np Frinjclin ave, 
I Sevastopol. I 

Giffith, Wilbur, di river Maple Grofe Coa 
and Mining Co, 

iGiffith, Wilji^lmine •, r Jeffersdn^ni' 
Franklin^ ave; Sevastopol. 

Gjiffith, Mintlio] clkslRe^a & Tjraversy, ;( 
llGSw'Cthdvei ; 

Griffith, % W ,teftmsterlir 1441 b Lyon. 



G 



riffith Ac 



ditidn 



from 



-t-iruj 



enry \H., 3te lographer Berry 
Ieriry'|rl''2Pwl2th7 [ , j M 

K., student Hitn.lBjnd jpir^ 



Dos Moines, bet 5th and 9th, 

wiffiths, Hi 
j | hill «fciper(ry 
, G iffith, ,f. , 
I Normal Cplle, 

Griffith, John 
College, r 

Griffiths, Jose^ , 

Griffiths, Joseph 



dept Post Pff:pr51()w 7th, 
Griffiths, Liliite Miss, teacher 



G CPMJA^IY, 

4th lad Locfit, fhpiw JTO. i HOT WATM aad 5iB FITTDW. 



DIRECTORY. 




GEO 

-^-4 



233 



I.', 



*ast Court ave tc 



8tudj)it Dep Moines 
wl2;hJ, 

Retired, r 510 w 7th. 

tM.^ c. k .Money Order 



school, r 1432 



Griffiths, Mar} 
Griffiths Out 



W.Mrs., 



(0 



; rig8by,L.M], 
cpnjractot[, 

ttri< 




Cap 



8— frcm east Maple tc 
Jiayes, be /D4s, Moi ies Rive rtind 4th 

Griffiths, William! ij^iijef !Proc.toi Qoal Co. 

,'f Sevastopol. ! 
PnffittJ.W ILjnfefe,!^ 

bds The Loj^jn 
frigsb}L Ed., 

' Xoj-mal 



House, 



tail ave. 

r 1720 w 12th. 



JSnierson 



smkr. r 812 e 

•a 



. R.L&.P.R.R. 



attident Highland Park 
iiege, 

plas tffr e; • and' brickmasor. 
r l9|ld M High. 



■i. i 



H 



S®*Mft 



^joeutt 8t 

i 

I i ' 



iLlj 



IB 



ill'' 



nggs, W, W. ( dtate a<;4it phitago Cot 
.toge Organ <Qp. aAc .Chickering and 
Gabler Pijmo, r 1511, w draid. 
Cjrim, Frederick, StWdor t Drakp Univer- 
sity, bds l|i66 S* 27ti. 



C a m«nts .. T m . MW ...„ .....,.,..„, 
U t 4* t •"<* M >«t Artlftlo Minntf. 



Grim, Mary Miss, wks 009 g Maple. 
Grimes; E. F., Delaware 29,e Des Moines. 
Grimes, Eli, student Highland Park Nor- 
mal College, Room's College Hall. 

Grime?, George B., grocer, 013 e Locust, 
'r 718 e Walnijt. | ' | 

Grimes, Kattie Mrs., tailorese, r 300J^ s 
4th..' ' . ' r 

Grinnell'8 Addition^-from Pleasant to 
School, bet 7th and 9th. 

Grinnell, Edwin,! real estate, r 1503 e 

Viie. ' \ 

Grinnell, Edw{u, rlOlS w 9th. . 

Grinnell, Eugenie Mjiss, student t)rake 
Urjiyersity, r 1421 w 25th. 

Grinnell, Julia [Miss, studejnt Drake Uni- 
versity, r 1421 w j25th. 

Grisvp>ld, B. A. Mrs^ dre,g 

■ ! ^jyon. 
GriswoldjCharlds, with Iowa State Band. 

Griswold, Charles |L., watch mkr George 
|E. fruinand, rc|omsi over 1012 vr 10th. 

Gmwold, Franc s Miss, compositor Plain 
Talk, bds 71 J e ^^ ^ alnut. 

Griswold, Frank elk Kerfoot Bros. 

I Griswold; Fred, studpnt Highland Park 
J Normal CoUege,| r over 1015 w, 10th. 

Groccer, Joseph, miner Fan Ginkel Coal 
Co., r nr Pdlk County Bridk 
Sevastopol! | ■ ; 

Grodjinsky, Moses, lab, r e Vine, s 
' ,10th. . '... |. ]( _ (" 

Grodjinskv, Closes, student lo\ya 
he88 College. : 

Groesbeck, ^.dam F., student Des ^loines 
College, rodms 1002 w 8<h. 

Groesbeck, Ruth Miss, student Des Moines 
College, bd i w 9ih cor College! ave. 

Grcjff, Mary Miis, nurse, r 021 w 9t 




03 




Yard, 

w cor 

Busi- 



i. 



awitcher and flagman R. 



Id houses W. St. 



Grpjf, Robert,-, 

R., r 1113 ^ High. / 

Gronah, Augus't, wka round uuuoc L n . «u 
L. & P. R R., r bet 12th| and 13th es 
Sc6tt - I 

Gronan, Ferdinand, lab, r Center nr 
Franklin ave; Sevastopol. 

Gronin, Anjia ^i}8, wks 719 w loth^ 

Groom, Albert M., wjts Des M<iine^j Hat 
"Wjorks, rlflaO e) Grand ave. I 



Groonij Anna B 



O 
B & 

ft M 



Commercial College, jj 030 e Grand 
ave. ' . 




]tfis8, student Des Moines 



1 



ISII^ItoortiBg Tailor. 



WD TfUJUQAN 506 and 508 
. fl. JUIlrlpUri, Loeiisf Stmt. f 



I 8tov«», ft*n**i , Furnap««, ' 
VAPOR 8TOVI8, RIMIGIRATOM, 



2^4 j gro ! |)ES.M9raES DIRECTORY. 



£ Groom 



Groom, Annie Mips, milliner Mrs. S* M. 
Conklin, r 636 e Grfind ave. 

Groom, 0. W., brakeman C, R. I. & P. R. 
R., r 627 e Lyon. 

Groom, Ella Misd, student Highland Park 
Norfnal College, rooms College Hall. 

Groom, Ella E.< Miss, r 636 e Grand ave. 

Groom, Hosea W., carpenter, r 1202 e 
Capital ave. ; , , i 

Groom, i John E;, first engineer Capital 
City Ijlectrid Liglit Co., r over 518 e 
Grand ave. j | 

Groom, Myrtle Miss, wks G. TV. Corner 
& Co., r 1202 e Capital ave. 

Groom, [Otis, engineer {Capital City Elec- 
tric Light Co., r 1202 e Capital ave. 

Groom, Roy, clkj wholesale dept Redhead, 
Norton, Latjirop & Co., r 1202 e Capi- 
tal ave. i 

Groom,; S. J. Mrs., r 636 e Grand ave. 

Groom^ Thomas' retired, r 1117 w Cherry. 

oraj William;, wks ;Roek Island Stock 
Yards, rooms 1117 w Cherry. 

Grosenbaugh, Lizzie Miss, student High- 
: laijid Park j Normal College* rooms 
College Hall, j 

Gross, "Carl, elk,] bds over 031 e 6th. j 

Gross, iPeter, (Qross & Dueuser), robins 
ovjer 201 w Walnut. 

Gross & Duensor, (Peter Gross and Gott- 
fried Duensjer), wholesale veis beer, 
! basement 201 w Walnut. 

Grossniekle, Jay, lab, r 808 w 2nd. 

Grossniekle, John, teamster E. D. Janes 
&*Co., r w 2nd cor School. 

Grossniekle^ Johnathan, teamster E. D. ' 
Janes & Co., r 805 w Cherry. 

Grossniekle, John, lab, r 808 w 2nd, 

Grossniekle, Mitthew, teamster E. D 

Janes & CriJ, bds 107 w 7th. ; 
Grossniekle, Mutyew, lab, r808 w #nd. 

Grossniekle, Mathew, teamster E. D. 
Janps & Cc ., r 805 w Cherry. I 

G ( roth, G. K n student Capital City Com- 
mercial College, r 523 w 4th. I 



Grothe, Arthur 
r w Ridge 



W., (Knowlton & Gfothe), 

cor 2nd. j ' 

" ' i' ^ 

Grove, E. M., bricklayer and plasterer, r 

w 30th cor Clark. | j , 

Grove, George E., brick mason, r 1182 w 
8th. ' ' 

Grove, John, c.ynamo man Capital City 
Electric Li ght Op., r 1514 e Walnut. 



Grove, 




Joseph, teamster, r 2029 m Clark, 



Grove, Leonard, brick 
22nd. ' 



mason, 



Grove J Leroy, teamster, r lOll w 



r 1079 *f 

1 ! 
| — "J» ~».««w*,- xwxx „ 11th. 

Grove O. H. P., printer P. C. Kenyon, 
1014 w 10th. j |. 

Grove Street— Tniri ijorth of Center 
1 from west 9th to iOth. • ' 

Grover, George E., milk depot 775 w Otht 

i r775w9th. j ■ ..: 

Grover, Henry L.^ painter, -r 1757 w 20th. 

Grovdr, John, wksiH. Denman,!r 1757 w| 
20th. l . ' , ' ■ 

proves, Andrew, plasterer, r 842 e Penn 
sylvania ave. ) ' j 

Groves, Fenton, druggist Hurlput, Ward! 
& Co., r 1312 e Walker. ; ! 

Groves, ' Harvey, Bloomfield 23, pes 
Moines. _ i ! . ' 

Groves, Jessie) Missi wks 810 w High. 

Groves, John Wi, pimp moulder, Be? 
man Bros^, r 1103 i Fremont. 

Groves, Joseph, driver Maple Grpve u)al 
and Mining Co., r 1349 e Lyon. 

Groves, Samuel B., atone cutter W 
Steele, r 307! e Elk j 

Grow, M. Mrs., r 2727 ;w Grand ave, < 

Grows, — -, watchman Belt; Line Jf^ 
Moines 1 Street R. R. Co. 

Grubb, , wkis Iowa Pipe and Tile ( 

r w 4th cor School. ' , , ' 

Griie^ning, Rudolph, [cabinet mkr Ws 
- ■ - lg - - 



I 



\ 



Moines Planing Mill, »r 1182 w 7ti 

Gruss, Albert C, elk (Des Moines Savihshs 
B^uk, room over 314 w Walnut. 

Gruss, Catherine Mrs , r Wo4 e Walnut. 

Gruss, Williani F., retired merchant, r 
718 e Court ave. I j J 

G .Street— Between ivest 20th and 21st, 
' j from Center to pottage Grove aveL ^ « 

G Street— Between! east! 16th and lmm 
from Market w Brooks. - J | 

I T ■ 'It". 

Guarantee Abstract Co., David H|llty A | 
pres and treas; Alex Hastie, secy 

I examiner; 2J13 w 5th. ' -»« 

Guddell, Mary H. ! Miss, student Ibwa|| 
Business College. « 

Gue, Benjamin F., r w;6th ave.se cor- 
forest ave. J 

Guie, Gprney C, atty, room 42 Office ^ 
i r 1§35 wi6th aye. , 

Giie, Horace G., r 1335 w miye. 



Golden Rule Clothing House 



JOHNSON A.80N, 



HATTER8 AND FURNI8 
617 W««t Walnut St. " 1 





Guirifcey, D. L , adlip ' 
Life Ins. Co. 

Guernsey, NatHanie 
G lernsey), r. 208 Nr 

|OueJ ?. Li, barber L 
6\er223w Walttol 

jGule, $., H.,roons o^er 
| Gu|ld, Francis K Miss 
TJV. Bowman, t a 



i 



I:>5V« 



ujliaioi, Constahfcinp. 

nan, Anna Miss, iw$fa 
C jmmerch 1 Goi 

fcutaan, J. J., studenj 

nft id, George Hd. 
5th cor LocJiistJ jr 

Gifle|', Andrewjj., p^J 1 
Tmk Line Co., rj 

Gijlic t, Nellie Miss, 
r 125 e Des' Mojitos 

ard, Nellie Mi$s| 
u ess Col lege 

GiWl i r, Andre W, wks 

^ oines Street I| 



Gi 



Monies. 

G(jiiid iv, C. A,, delivdifr 
dm,r 1627 e G: 'tod 

G meter,. Franklin EJ, lk 

aye". 
Gmi 



r lectric Street $y 
nut. -'-j- ;■ 

Gliutler. Henry lab, 

1 lark ' f T 



•1)2' '? 



Guwier, Joseph, UbL 

.Qunijer, Ma^'gA ^J r. |ovfef ! 119 



Moines. 

flint erseii, Ga^iol 
«i}edOiliwfrki, 

QuiKereon, ?Hjehiy 
Moines Stone joj 

KM fum,EJ Bisect 
'nd'MaqtleCc 

"irum, TjrilHain, 
|wm8ParklR>\|r;, 

ufiison, Bertha 
\ louse. 

Mson, John,' 
Nojnes. . 

^'Mn, John, 
& r Cjiftoi 

Nine, s Des :^Lo 



:dss 






Northwestern 
(EUuffman & 
Quaintance, r 

2^3 vf Walnut. 

housekeeper M.| 
School 1 . | i . 

&G7wsf7tn'. 

Capital City 
r 922 w] 9th: 

Business Col- 



wl:i 



itncent Iowa Bua 



)i]\ver J house Des 



E. Co.,rll9 



(I k Willjani Gor 
a^ e. 

: 1627 e Qrand 



?r, GeorgL niotjc >rn ee • Des !. Moines 



Lea 



IKUDTR 

DIN6 




MOINES I DIRECTORY. 



ECJ 



4 



wJajtclL. mkr oyer w 

Consolidated 
Maple. 

Merritt & Bush, 



e Des 



Co., r 1444 



eWal- 



'' e Grand 






<juat St. 




urt 



t ave, 



wJ 8 Dies Moines Lin- 
lOOJUElm. 

jqqne cutter Des 
& 1 e s 4th. 1 

Moines Marble 
(Jtysejfr, Iowa, 

Langai 



Grant 



ave. 
e Des 



wks 
id, 16| 



n Bros, 



a, very 
Des 



Prpcbr 
Proctor 



ER 

telethon© 511. 



Coal 
Coal 



i 



t^ 



• Gunther, Charles, elk Thomas A. Mians- 
j I fielder 420 W Chestnuljl' I 

Gunther, R., Delaware 80, e Pes Moines. 

Gues, I^vi, city subscription elk Iowa 
. State Register, r 414 .1 

Qusiban,! Chafes E; r te^arji8ljer,ir w Grand 

've.N 

Gustjaf8on, A., riiiner Eureka Coal Co. 

Gustafsoh, Axel, miner I loomfield Coal V^^ 
"j Co., |r 602 8 [e 5thJ ' j. H^ 

Gustafsoh, Bessie Mk^ ,wl ii 716 w 9th* J~j3 

under 



A 



Gustafsoh, 1 1 Charles A), eipemkr 



i9^.5th,T828e5th. 



wk j cor Forest ave 



.J, 



Elizjibeth ^tfssjwks w Wash- 
nr20th. [ 

708 e 



Frank,' carpenter 



Gustkif8on, Clara Miss, 
W > 40th 

j3u8tkfsot^ Emma Mi^s, i\jks Mrs. C; W. 
[\ pomfeack. : j j j , 

gustafsoh, 
' 1 Ington, 

Gust af sop, 

Walker. 

Gu8tafso|i, lG^s|taf, (Ande^on 

Gus|Jaf8on, Hannah jfliss, \fks fevea Laun- g 2 
dryi r (i41 e 2nd*. ' H m 

Gusxafson, HaniiaL Miss, dty 717 w 3rd. 
Gustafsoh, uloha, nachiniat 



& Gustaf- 



3 

3" 
O 

CO 



CO "■■ 



Des Mojnes OQ 



? * 



Planing Mill, r 518| el 9t. w 

Gistafsok Selma O. Miss, ivks J. [B. Curl, ^ 3 
• rm eSth. 1 ] - "" 



G 

Gust 



ustafsa, Tina 

ust!a(sOri, flphn, carpentir, rooms 518 



: 100^ e Tth. 
bds Harragan 



Missj wks 8.27 w 5th. 

u F 1 ' 

- 1st. I 
Gjistafsoa, Swap O., (Anderson & Gusta- 
jon)j bds 828 e 5th. 

.Gustavidjson^ Emma Mjss, 

Gu8tavispri, Ardrew, lab, 
[Houjse . 

Gus^vinWn, E. p miner, Djes Moines Coal 
^0., We city, 

Gus|av86n CharleyJcarpei ter Lewis Som- 
ar, ids e oth cor Sco ;t. * 

Gusiavson, Herman! E.L cl k Lang Bros, r 

' ^20*6 ^aplJT- j 1 

Gusttue, Lillie B. Miss, 

Gustie, Ell, Blootnfleld 



Gusiisob; 
Mines 

jGustisoD 
I roon 

Gustison, 



Eli/ jminpr, 

~ ,oin^s. 




11,11, mine 

I, 8^1)68 M,C 

Hannah, 
over 64i k 2nd. 



r 1319 w 14th. 
16 Des Moines. 
r w Eureka Coal 
i 



33 






to 



w|;s Svek Laundry,! k 

On 1 . > i ■ H" 



tf 



>label AJMiss, lj w Eureka Coal 
Mines, s Des Moines. 



( Plan iblng and CNm 
) ! . Fliaoc* 1 



w- 



e, 



Dealer in Pipe and 



m 

e 

Pi 

CO™ 



230 



UU-? 



Fittings, Pluiibers' 



DES 



N<5, PLUPRJAND STEAM- JITTER, 

Locust $f, 



Merchandise, Etc. fa 



£ 



MOINES DIRECTORY 



Afo//7a 



$, la., 



— — ■ j- ■ 

Gu^tofos, Hilda Miss, wks 2021 w Grand 



HA? 



ave. 



Gustofson Alienist, miner Bloomiield 



Coal (\>., r & 

Gustofson, Marv 
I Schultz, r 202 

Gustuson, George 
Almart, r 220 



e s 2nd. 

Miss, wks Mrs. Maria 

e Grand ave. i 

■ i 

E., apprentice {). P. 
Maple. j j 



White 



| K. R., r 220 t 

Guth, George, cat 
r 005 e 2nd. ; 

Guth, Theodore, !»\vks Western 
• ; Bronze Co., rjllOe 12th. | 

Guthrie, Alice Misjs, wks 305 e 11th. | 

Guthrie, Amos W., -lawyer! 408 e 5th, r 
1532 e Grand a 1 ve. 

Guthrie, George, ! delivery elk Charles 
Walker, r 0l4k e Pennsylvania ave. , 

Guthrie, George p., miner Des Moines 
Coal Co., r nr s e cor Short | and 
Franklin ave, Sevastopol. ! 

Guthrie, Henry, tailor, r 314 w s 5th. 

Guthrie, IC. II., > Bloomfield, 23, Des 
Moines. 

Guthrie, Lizzie Miss, student Capital 
City Commercial College,' t 314 w 

s 5th. ; 

Guthrie, Margaret Miss, teacher Washing- 
ton School, r H14 w s 5th. 

Guthrie, Minnie Miss, bds 1532 e Graud 
ave. ' 

Guthrie, Richard II., teamster North Des 
Moines Ice anjl Coal Co. ; r 1000 w 0th 
ave. j ■ 

Guthrie Street— Arlington Heights. 

Guthrie, Williamjfteamster Des Moines 
Coal Co., r rfar 202 Hillside avk &• 
Des Moines, j ■ • 

Gutman, August L, (H. Gutmau & Co.), 
r 823 w 8th. ! 

Gutmau, H., Grantj 12, Des Moines. . 

Gutman, II. &.Co,, Harry J and A. L. 
Gutman, hides, pelts, furs &c, 211 w 
3rd. ,! 



« 



Gutman, Harry J., (II Gutman & Co.), juid 
sifpt Western Fur Manufacturing Co., 
r 823 w 8th. • I 

Gat man, Isaac, wks X. L. Goldstone, bds 
Graefe House.j I 

Gutshall, Henry, tjeamster, r w 12th cor 
Douglas. j | 

Gutshall, II. W„ Saylor 22, Des Moines. 



Guy, Anna Miss, r 778 w 11th. 

Guy, Harvey, student Drake Tpmverpjjtv 



rooms 1300 w 28th. 

Guy, L., expressman, r 

Guy, Victor, wks L. J. 

Guyen Bessie Miss, elk 
ricfe, r 1005 f 9th 



813 jb Buchanan. 
Wells 1 . 



U.S. Pension o 



Gwinii, H. E., mugr .people's Building 
and Loan Association, roc ins 517 Isv 
' bin. , 



*ii 



HAAG, JOHN M., contractor a id build|r, 
r 020 e s 9th. ! 



Haag, Mary Miss, wks ,. 
e;s 7th. 



i 



onn Ullrich, r713 



Haheirdasher Co. The, A. W. Wri^it 
njngr, merchant tailors and gents 
furnishings, 312 w; Gtb live] 

Hacker; Clarence, student Hig 
Normal Co lege, — "'— »' 
' ave, Lake Park. 

ickett & 



llaud Park 
rooms 2d cor Ovid 



Hackett, Lean'der, (Hji'ckett & Ekberjj) r 
084 je Des Moines. 

Ilaokett «k Ekberg, (Leander Fackettand 
(^lof Ekberg), blacksmiths. 411 ^th 

Hackney, Herbert, miner Proctor .dial 
Co., bds nr Proctor ctail.n line, s' l)es 
Moines. 

lladdjen, Frank D,, jwks, Iowja Rubber 
Stamp Works, bds 509 w jrrand are 

Hadrian, H. Mrs., wki George W: Corner 
& Co., bc^s 1010 e Grand a\e. 

Haddock, George, student Iowa Busitiefe 
(follege. 

Haddock, Rush, student Capital City 
Commercial College, r ion) w Mul- 
berry, • [ ^ T ' l 

Hader, Charles, painter Holland & Sew 
r514wi2d. 1 || • '' 

Hiielin, Henry, bds 316 V 7th 

Haeiisler, Idaj Miss, Ws over ^04 w IU\ 
nut, r Eabtqn Plac^. 

dressmtr Mn. ^ 



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Hafejr, Elle^i M. Miss, 
Howard, r 752 w 9tlj, 

Haferon', Mlaggie Miss, wks 1)0 w 
{•Sevastopol. ! 

HafiJer, C. A. D., student Iowu Busjnes 
Collegel | 

Hafiier, Theodere, secv Pionedr Iron anfl 
I Brass Works, r 81a w 2d. 



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Hag* i niiiu, E- B., 

Hasp man, John p.,. 1 : 
!'08elst. 

Haii man,, 1 Mflttii N 
., Ti ,1019 w Wa nut 
Hag* n, Martin, 1 id 

'Hagch/B., (Morris^ 
.; ola ave s kv ' 

^oinesi 
Haiji n, Lizzie M iss, 

Hag< Tstrand, An hew 
ji]Stofsen,.r 32' 

Hag (St Michael, w 
.tfilfgCo., rlOlfil 



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!fg Co., rOlSw 
Lizzie Mi ^8, f M 



.UMtje.r 8o|el3th. 

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,hhen, Carl, balder 
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Hahnen, George 



-Hagier, Charles, w[ 
nercial Age icyi 

Hagie,' James p., 
talker. 

Hajpe, Joseph, co 
)25e Walker. 

Hag ie, gillie M Mi 

Habien; Anna 'Mill 
5th ave. 

Hahb 



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S MDINES DIRECTORY,. 



eling salesman, r 
lav ;lirig Mesman, 



•and ave. 

Indian- 



IT? ,-* 

ag in), bds 
Wefbster 



'sv^s £17 w 6ti aye. 

shoemkrjGJ A. 
Walnut av£. 

Can dan & feehmitt 
2d.. 1 T;. ■' 



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)es, 



215 w Locust. 

ks B -adatreei Com- 
119 es 6th., 

cfpeiter, if 02t 



•::ri.erdal. traveler, .r 



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^,r935eiWa.l"k^rj 
arewmkr, ^710 w ; 



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&Liebberr|81^ 

Halnen, Henrr, iio^mbker 600 yr [Lo- 
cust, r 716 v 6;p ;ive. | j 

Haqnen, Jacob, pa^pjefiterl r ^13 'w 7t 



Hah nen, Minjnie 
6th ave. 

Halnen, Rose 
6thi ave. 

Halnen, W. H 



Misa dnaamkr, : 71) w- 



Mies, 



Oommerciil B>Uegk im 



tiKlentj Capital dit 

6tl 



ai^C. H., f 1! !09 'M Lo mat. 



.aiaea, Agnes Ei 
J thorne Sch( ol,| 
Haines, B.E, Mrs.,; 

nes, Cyrus, ca* 
K) R., r [1536 e 




urtz, i 
httSman 



,813 w 

■■>■■' 

Foster 



droamkr, r 71jkw ( r ; 



I ave.- ■ '-I ' I I ' 

Halln|en, William, Juki r P. Kurtk|r!81i 
^7th. ' ' 

ait] i, Arthur, llkijt6lUi|t D^mp&tet Sup 1 -. 
I ply Co., r 6*6 IS org's Row reajr 131,5 w 
J I'leaaant. > 

fi>ifch,Elizabeti 'lilraL 
r^ar 1315 w Pleisan 

flai jh, Lizzie i iae, stenographer, r 656 
Aing'a Row; ikut i3 " ~ ™~ ~ a ~^ 



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5 wPleisant. 



666'E^ni^. Row 



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foliaa, teacher i Haw 
880 Wl9th. 
t517w4th. f 

iap( ctor p. R. I. & 

imut. ■ f I '. 



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• Wlalnut. 
Halderman, 



Haines , George W.» farmer,' r Boulevard 

Etiston Pljice. ■'[.!■ , * 

Haines, Marion, lab,>: 11202 w 7th. 

Haibes, Marion, wk> Capital Citv Gas 

: LiL^ht Co. ' '■ ' i 
Haider uVictofl. miner|Eureka Fuel Co 

r Haldermau, Apranli 0., teamster, r w 20tL 
i corThomaSi ! i ' 

^lalde 'man, Blanche Miss, student Capi 
1 tal City Commercial College. 

Hallderman, Ella '|,T. Miss, steuographei 
f f D idley &| (Gi^fflh, r w 35tb, bet Xortl 
and Forest ave. 

Haldei dian! Isaac U., student Highland 
Pirk KoVnial Cblle|ge, bds 914 w< 

■'':(■« j • • . ■ I 
oJ:n, grower w 35th, be; 
, N(j>rthltid Forest aVe, r same. 

Ha|ll, Jame j cL cook Logkn House, r 307 \r 
Peltonavk | J- 

Halle, 'J J C., grai i and nay 903 w Grand 
ave. r 1438 v r Grand ave! 

Hale, ()[ L., rests uraht, r 707 w Cherry. 

Hajle's Addition- -From Center to Nortt 

be ; JDea Moi iea river and 5th. 



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homas, w,ka Bentley & Olmsted, 
jWJ8th cor Franklin ave. 

Hale, 97.' W., pnyaiclan over 519 w Wa 
ni]ti,r750w|l9th. , , 

Haley, Dfaniet, lap, bda 211 e s 6th ave. 

Haley, Daniil F., meaaenger iWeste/b 
. '/Umon Telegraph Co., r 201 w 15tii. 

Halty, F. E,,| seiy Iowa [State Traveliig 
Sign's Assoc iation, rOoma 414 w 4t i. 

Hahly, Hannah Mrs.,r 122J) a Des Moinea. 

Haliy Jqhn,wka Dea Moines Electrc 
Railway Co., r 20L w\ 15th. 

Haley, John A., messenger Western Un 
iOQiTelegraplh Co., r 201 w 15th 



Hale 
Ha 



r iRicha^d, 



R[R.,r7jl2e: Marketv 



Halgi 



pectorp. R. L&P, Hall, 
\t\it. ■ f J /' ■• ' 1 

it co. ) ii6RieuLT 

t+W-tH! 



switchman C. 



R.I. «^5 



ey, Richard A:, elk George Richer, 

™ e tyarkei;. ■ '■ 

HalfbW, ChaHea W.J boiler mkr.'Bec^-! 
; nan Bros., r over 930 w 6th ave. 



i^na, (jorneliua, student Capital 



rcial College, r 523 



City Co 
4;h. 

Hall, i[. C., dpginee^, r 953 w 11th. 
Hall, AJbeirt R., commercial 'traveler, 
1503 w 5th. 



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Hull, Anna Miss, elk Chamberlain & Co., 
r 311) w s 1st. [ ; ' ' 

Hall, Anna Miss, teacher, r 2309 w North. 
Hall, Anson J.,teapister, r 1401 w 2ndL, 

Hall, Bargis C, wks Tone Bros., r 1141 w 
6th ave. 

Hall,- Carrie F., student Iowa Business 
College. 

Hall, Catharine, r 1326 w Grand ave. * 

Hall, .D. H., studeii Capital City Com- 
mercial College. j 
Hall, Daniel W., barker, r 939 w 6th ave. 

Hall, Dora Miss, elk C. R. Curtiss, r 6i3 
w8tlr. ! ■ . ■ j 

Hall, E., farmer, r 1736 e Des Moines. 

Hall, E., moulder, Des Moines Manufact- 
J5 uring and Supply Co., r 117 e Shea- 

's • ard. i 

/_.. Hall, Ernest, printer Des Moinen Leader, 
rl431w 11th. 

Hall, George E., teamster Des Moines 
Marble and Mantel Co., r 1424 w Lini- 
den. i 

Hall, Harry, student Highland Park Nor- 
mal College. | 

Hall, II. M., r w Grand ave nr 35th. 

ITall,; IT. N., student jlowa Business Col- 
lege, rooms 217 w Chestnut. ! 

Hall, Horatio L.,(Hail & Mover) r 1523 w 
Grand ave. ! 

Hall, Isaac, foreman Gibson Coal Co., r 
1 nr Indianola ave, 8 Des Moines. 

Hall, James, r 1100 e 7th. 

1 Hall, James E., meat market, r 832 w24tl 

Hall, John, lab, bds 019 w 8th. 

A Hall, John, moulder Des Moines Mann 
2 faeturing & Supply Co., r 117 e Shep 

*~ hard. j 

*i Hall, John II., janitor Capitol Bldg, r 1416 
jr e Buchanan. ] 

Hall, John W., stair builder Des Moines 
Planing Mill,'r 1101 e 7th. ' 

Hall, Joseph A., wrapping elk Younker 
Bros., r 1307 w 28th. ' i 

Hall, J. H., contractor and builder, r 906 W 
10th. ! 

Hall, Julian, Mrs. r rear 616 e 2nd. i I 

Hall, J. W., stair builder Des Moines 
Planing Mill, r 1101 e 7th. | | 

Hall, Kate A. Miss, student Capital City, 
Commercial College, r tjijoo w North. 
Hall, Louisa Mrs., r 2309 w North. j 



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HalL Maggie Miss, student Highlanl 
Park Normal College. 

Hall, iMJamie [Miss, wks Watters-Talbo 
. Printing! jCo., r 319 w 1st. 

HallL Maria M. Miss, r Indianola nr Hil 
side ave,j s Des Moines. 

I HallL Monroe! conductor C. St. P. <&; K. d 
I K. R., r 106 w 11th. 

jllalll Nellie JMiss, wks Carman & Schmit; 
! MiifgCYj r 319! wist. 

HallL 0na M .88, secy (); II. Loiigwell, 
B402 w 4h. 

Hall , Sherman, mea); market, 1054 w 12tl 
* OOO w Ascension. 

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Hall! Street — seventeenth north of Centef 

roin Des Moines river to westjlst 
HallL barren D., Winter, bds 214 e 6th. 

'Til TlfjAr 1 ! V ,'T 1X1 • j t 



:-Iall, Wdtkins, wks 
iv Linden. 



Hall, W 



L. Tre pander, r ( 1421 



lliahi, driver [chemical engine], 
ngitae house I^o. 1 city fire dept, 
1031 w School, j | , 

Hall, William, lib, | 310 w s 1st. 

Hall, William, moulder Des Moines Mar- 
lfacturin $ & Supply Co., r rear 61 
2nd. : f' 



Hall, WijlliamLr 1314 w 
Hall! William J., elk 



Hall 
Hall 



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, ^yo 



23rd, 
Younker Bros., 



ndianohi nr Hillside ave, s De^ 
Moines 

Hall ^Vilson, studen 

Normal College. s 

Hall[ W. P., student Iowa Business Co 



Highland far 



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:off 



t J ., retired, r 932 w 6th live;. 



& Mover, (Horatioj L. Hall and Ilarn 
\ !W.oyerj| whplesale and retail school" 
unolies and aDimratus. rooms 006 an 1 



CO 



supplies and apparatus, rooms 606 an 
607 Iowa Loan &. Trust Bldg. 

Hallam A., hjan broker, "room 402 low 
Loan '■ and Trust bldg, bds Albor 
House 

Halhuii, Alfr^jd, student Iowa College <|f 
LajiV, rooHis 306 w 5th. 

Hal{aih4 Adliitum.— From C. ft. I. A t 
H. t< Ft. l|)odge street, bet w 12th mil 
15Jh. 1 " " 

Ilaller^ Henry, general store, *1513 e I)(-s 
Moines, r| over same. 

IIall?tJ, Georgp, architect, r 1234 w 9th. 

■HallUtl T.,A.)(Hallett & B]ujler,) r 1234 jv 
Otli r 



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527 East Locust Street. 



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Reiglenjac ]& §6,; frill* 'w, W 



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has, miner; Van 
Coal C%, li- B|poii[fl^ld t nr 
ave, s Des fcyioines. 



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JhhvWilli'am 
same. ' 

liinl)leton, : A. 
r 91G w 9t 



Himbleton B -os,, 



Hainbl 

5011 w Walhut, 



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unbleton, 
1710 w 



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dnyman, r 1112 



pressman U 



reti i^q/i r120C| w' M 



1 tlloran, William, 
berry. , I 

illoran, Wil am, I d ; livery 
Britre, r 1 1313 ^ Gr=,jicl 

lpifi, Eliza letti IMrsJ, 
Hotel, r 45; elpeai. 

jhlpin, Gecrgc, Ian, r,J 

Ihlpin, Helen VlrsJ, r V> 

llilpiu, John, ib^ij 11 

ilils, Bertha IViss, iwki 

I ilzbeflgerj J m, wks 



Wkinjt! 



CM; 
Hi lsile 1 



clli Frapk* 
ave. ' 
wks Arcijrcre 



57 V Aseens on. 
57 w Ascension 
e Allen*. 
^0(j e 6th 
Shaver (Si.DbWf 



Uliwell, Ah iizol 

25th. 
lliwell, Andf^w %, 
2othl ■ 
lljjliwell, M. 1 1 ,, lab) £ orth cor 

Iljilloraii, (Dennis, <?.[ sterotyper Wstbrn 
Newspape- Umioi 1, r 1 1200 jw Mul- 
berry.] I , 1 1 . 

Hdlloran, Jam( L lalbl r 218j w 8 6 

llflloran, John J., elk Yoiinke'r 
1200 w Mulberry, 

lillorah, . Michael, 
Walnut.j 

illoran, Mie iael 
paper |U|ni< \\. 



nut. 




Hett,T.iS,clic,i' r t92wlph. 

llett, Will iai c 1 1 speci stl police, 
Capital sve, ' j J ' ■ x 

Hqllett, Willfafj Aistinper, r,1554 

tol ave. 
killett & fuller, &. A. pallet, 
I W. Fuller,) dent^, oyer 52q 



, wki 319 jiv 4th. 



123fe\8th. 
lam, UJiffoird D.Jprivite secy Governor 
" * ' 810 w Pleasajit. 



unbliii, r^lorjiiice 
ties, 



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apolet 
Woodland ave, • 

Mis., laundress, 



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WEST WALNUT ST., 



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J., atty, over 333|e 

F. pf., (Hambletou 



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aiibleton 



Hajnllurg, - — — , miner, Maple Grove Coal H 



Co., tjds 82t 



ing. 
Musts. 

Cor. sixth. 
ham ! 1239 



e 5thl 



& lin.mil on), >j5C 



HaWr, Hannah ;JM. 'MisaJ wks-;130p w z 

6th ave. i .!;''" 

Ha^inlt^u^ F. B., (Duratine 
\jfia Savery House. 

■Hamilton, Florence Mips, music teacher, g 

b'ds 1.600 w Locust. . § 
Hamilto!., George JB., blacksmith 1H:7 w 

25th, r'4883w;28th. ^ ^, 

Ilimiltoi, Geo-griJ,., bkpr |)es}M(jines m ^ 

1 1 /Saddlery Co., r 1174 w Wj[leyj . H f" 

Hamilton, J., drivqr Sevastopol Line, Des ^ 

. Jfoines Street jR. H. Co. O 

Hamilton, Jennie JVIrs., teacher Lon^fel- J5 

low school, r ^09 e'Maple. 
Hamilton, J, L.j bridge builder,, r 51D w 

.15th. ' 



Hamilton, John! E.^ wks Des Moines Ijlec- i 
trie Hy. |Co., r b e w 2nd. . 

^Himilton, Join jr., editor Des Mo 



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llOCw.iOtli'. 1 . .- 
Hj miltoii, L., retired, r 318 w 10th. 

Hi .miltoivlofseph P., tile and pipe bin 
r 706 e Walker. ^ 

IL.mjlton, 01i^er P.; ! farmer; r j 1«: 
^faple. ('••. 

Hstmilton, Paul, wks Iowa Pipe and 

. Co', . i ' 

Hi imilton Street—Fourtfc -east of «th lave, " v 
1. from Corning ave, Lake Park, to m 
north limit oil Highland Park. ^ 

Hamilton, Tracy, wks.Kirkwood 



Hamilton, W. 



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facturing (K Supply Co., r 1100" w ]. 
llimitt, WilHam Jf., lab, r 506 w 2nd. 

litmlet, Edward, ijrenmn C, R. I. & \\ R. 

'■ R., bds 917 w Vine. I 

Hamlin, Charles, f ks Des Moines Tent.' 

, and Awning CJo., r 1100 w^ifd. I { ri 

lliiinlin, Luther L., (Des'Mofnes Tent '2 

J and Awning CJo.), r 1100. w 22nd. r g 

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rTT -, , 9 w 

li iiniiiarfttrom, John, lib, room 1 1 3 e 3^ ^S 



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Hamlin, William G., atty and 

i broker, roonj 40^ Iowa Loan and 
Trust Bl<Jg,r,f343 ; w 7th. 

iljimm, Eliza Mist, wks 1640 w 4th 

liiinm, Minnie A. Miss, wks 14 w 8th 



Moines. 




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itLfiinml, Ahna A.fMis^, wks Capita 
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Hummel, Hannah' Mrs., r .^20 Mpnroe, s 
Des Moines. 

Ilammel, Jane Miss, dressmkr, r 520 
Monroe, s Des Moines. 

Hummel, John J., carriage painter Des 
Moines Buggy Co., r 520 Monroe, s 
Des Moines. 

Hammel, Owen,] shipping elk Des 
Moines Buggy Co., r 520 Monroe, s 
Des Moines. 

Hammel, Thomas A., student Medical 
College, r 5#0 Monroe, s Des Moines, 

Hammer, Albert T., baggageman ,'C. B. & 
Q. R R, r 123 e 11th. '; 

Hammer, Alfred, druggist 802 w Wal- 
nut, r 900 w 4th. 

Hammer, Alvin G., druggist 504 e Locust 
r 1216 e Capital ave. 

^Hammer, Charles ' J., real estate^r ' 1100 

e Tfth. 
Hammer, Edward A., elk 
* Grimes, r 123 e 10th. 

Hammer, E. C, engineer D. 
R R, r 105 e J. 

Hammer, Ella Miss, student Oallanan Col- 
lege, r 1011 w Walnut. 

Hammer, G. Mrs., r 900 w 4th. 

Hammer, G. B., trankcript elk board 
supervisors, r 521 e 12th. 

Hammer, IT. S., engineer, r 1111 e Lyon. 

Hammer, I. L., motbrneer Des Moines 
Electric Street Ity. Co:, r 1434 e 
Grand ave. < i 

; . I ' 

Hammer, Jasper F., cashier freight house 
C< B. & Q. R R, r 1019 e Center. ; 

Hammer, John H., check elk freight 
house C. B. & Q.» r 123 e 10th. i 

Hammer, Ora, elk S. D. Tungate. 4 ., 

Hammer, O. S., druggist, r 811 e 12th. I 

Hammer, Perry M., motorneer DesMoines 
Street R K. Co., r 1319 e Walnut. I 

Hammer, Rosa Miss, bkpr Dawson Hard- 
ware Co., r 1011 w Walnut. 

Hammett, Forest R, lab, r 1337 w 23rdj 

Hammill, Anna Mifcs,, warper Capital 
City Woolen MJUs, r 532 Monroe' s 
Des Moines. I 

Hammill, II. Mrs.; r 440 w Chestnut. 

Hammtll, James H., traveling passenger 
agt C, St., P. & K. C. R R, r 4iw 
Chestnut. ( 

Hammitt, Jesse, lati, rooms 103 w 7th. 

Hpmmltt, Maggie Mrs., r 580 w 6th aye. 



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ilampitt, Nation, porter Monitor House, 

•; r same, i 

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Hammitt, W., .porter Aboru House,, 

loth cor Dps Moines. ( ' 

HanjnW, William D., trav 
19i9 w I^ejs'uer. 

M., grocer ^554 e Qrand 
di Grand! ave. 



'eling salesman, 



Hammond, G. 



ave, r 



• K. 



w Cottage Grove ave. 



Hammond, LeyL* farmer, r Eastou Place. 

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^lammond, Sherjman, wks O. B. Sweet. 

Hammond, William H., packer L. Har- 
| bach, rl03£w 4th. . ' 

Hampton, E. Si, Btudent Drake University, 
i bds 1310 w £6tli. i 

Hampton, Gra^e Miss', student Capita 

ity Comniercial College, r 1104 w 
igh. |i. , 

lampton, Harriet Mis., laundress, r 1438 
"el Lyon. ! | _ 

lampton Street! — Kija hth street south o 
Vin^e, front Lake ave to Wabash 
Chesterfielq, and from East street tc 
Kneal, Manufacturers Addition. 

kanawalt,| Cfeorge P., physician and 
surgeon, office oyer 422 w Walnuti i 
302|wl2t^i 

Hancher, Jeanette Miss, r 1314 w 24th. 

ancner, Thomas J., roofer, r 1314 w 24th 

anchett, Maiiyj Miss, seamstress, r 1901 



Hano;, A. R Mrs., r 920 w ioth. 

Hario}, [j. F., 1 engineer' Capital City 
'Woolen Mills,; r 1 920 p ■ 10th. 

Hand, Louis B.l elk, r 920 w 10th. 

Hand, Lulu '^iis, milliner M. Sheuermai 

j & Bro., r no w jlOth. : , 
i I I l i ■ I 

Handbury, Josjeph, miner. Coon Valley 

! (Joal Co., r 1314 e j Pennsylvania ave] 

Hand* ley, Patrick, farmer, r 1922 
| ,j Woodlanc Jive, j | 

HardyJ George, M., I finisher Capital OU;' 
Woolen Mls,r!lll5w Locust, j 

Hat ay, Stephei, teamster Union Coal Co 

it 1115. w Locust. 
Hares, [Eva R| Mrs., laundress, r 718 v 
j Cherry. ! 

iHanes,H. C, wljs freight house C.,l R 1 . 
I |&P.RR,tl534eprook8. 

Hanes, W. p|, insurance, bds Aborji 

Hojuse. 
Hanger, Arthiki} C„ jeweler fel9 e Locus 
1481 e Iivon. 



Oes Moines Express and Transfer G 

OFFIOB »11 EAST FIFTH BTBEET. 



CO. RlCH MtDS, FRANKENF1ELD & Cc 



TELEPHONE 371. 




OTHINC HOUSE, 



Over 



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W^it Walnut feet 



Hangar, Bl C .i vlhgr (Continental 
im: HoualJ r 813 w| 8th. )' 



Hangei;, Giaillea 'B., jeweler Arthur Q. 



Haniug'&Cot irill, (James S. Han 
R. B. Cott :ill) barpera, under! 



Uanjins, Wil )er, 
)es Moiies 
jne. 



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• Hanger, ij|143l! e L/on. 
Hanger, Di vk , -retired. rlOOl w pester. 

Hanger, Elit. Mies, , i tudent }3fy;lilani 
Park Noma! Co lege, bds | 624 b 
, -Lyonl' " : ; j ', ' 

Hanger, Genivieve IK is's, . ethnographer 
G. W. Mirquardt & Son's, r 1481 i 
Lyon. I 

Hanger, On ft is j, teach it BreWr Sc 100 
r 1431 € L'OQ^ 

'Ml - ' 

Hanger, W Hi -nk, (Hanger & "V\fagner), |r 

1431 e Ly m. 

Hanger & Wa ;ne;r, ,(W: lliam Hfi.ngbr and 
J. G. Wag ler), reatnurant 42 5 -e §th. 

Hanifen, Jphn , bra kern an C., R I J & P. 
' R. l R., ]r 1141 feWa nut. 

Hanmj*, Jahie i-Uy (HaMng & Cottfc lij, r 
r over 514 e fiqcusi 11 ! I "i 



laMwtodBfljTC otfalnf . . W«ai Walnut cor. Sixth 8 1 



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Hankina, Qha: lea, 

piuMine^ 
Hankina, $di mn$, wjca Liyerjpo^l 

Des Moii es - ~ 

"IT*' L 

i Vine. 

nankins, JDseph, team) ter, r 21 
« Hankins, Mar ha lira., r 9119 » 

Hankins, Mai tin,, wka 
,i|i- ■jnitt,, I . \ ! ! \ 
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w^k&fe Co.,i r (2112'- 

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Hankfna, WilliamJ wks Liverpool and 
Pes Moines packing Co., r 2114 e 

' Y \ iA<i ' ' \\ j ' ' " 

H anion, John, elk, rooms 217 w Chestnut. 

Sanl^n, j[ P., student Iowa Business 
College. ; • 

anna, (Charles E., elk State Insurance 
Co.JrSjjOwi^th. 

annja, F. W, student Highland Park 
formal College.! 

ann'a, James 1 , insurance agt, r 850 w 
l|7tli. ( J 

anna, jAmes Gi, traveling salesman, r 

7^3 e Locust. | i I 

anna, J. p., (Hanna & Wilson), r C18 w 

r l!4th.'|,. . ji ' " ; 

Itjanna, J. Ii, student | Highland Park 
Normal College, rojmis College Hall. 

Ijjanna, Julia Mrs! r over 1006 w 10th. 
I anna, Julia A. Mrs., principal Grant 
^choqlj-r 733 >v 20th. ; 

If knna, Sarah Miss, music teacher, r over 
1006 w 10th. ■ j 

I^nna &J Wilson, J. M. Hanna and 
Owen G. Wilson, state agents Bankers 
Jiife Association, Marquardt Block w 
. Uocuat cor 5t i^ ' 

Hanqea, Mary Miiis, wka Savery House. 

unrahan, Agnea Miss, teacher Washing- 
ton School, r J14 w School. 

I [f Lnijahan,i'James Mrsi, r 314 w School. 

I|tynrahari, Maggl; Misa, school teacher, r 
314 w School. 

IjTanrahan, William J., lab, r 312 w School. 

Ha.n§ell, (Colonel, 'student Highland Park 
ormal College. 

Ittainden, Alfred, miner, .bds 416>e s 4th. 

Hcnalen,, August, miner Coon galley Coal 
o.,r 461 e s 2nd. , [ 




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ltfalilut Street, Cor. 6th. 



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Hansen, August, r under 931 e (ith., 

Hansen, Cecelia M. Miss, wks 1150 w 8th 

Hansen, Charles, lab, r under 931 e Oth. 

Hansen, Christ, carpenter, r 711 e s 7th. 

Hansen, Christ, teainstejr Chicago Lumber 
Co., bds 419 e Grand ave. 



Hansen, Christian, wks- Savery House. 
Hansen, Christopher, ininei 



?r Van Ginkel 
Coal Co., r e city, j 

Hansen, Detlef, bristle contractor, bds 
East .Des .Moines House. 



CO 

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Hansen Drug Co., (J I. C. lit 
George S. Peterson) 527 a 



'S 

Locust. 



[ansen and 

and 1 529 e! 



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Hansen, Elias C, brake man C. 11. 1. & P. 
• K. R., r201 e*8tm 
§ Hansen, Elsie L. Miss, elk Dockstdder & 



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Wilklus, r 823 e Court ave 

Hansen, Gust., wks Novelty ^lills, r 931 e 
6th. : . 

Hansen H, C, (Hansen; Drug Co.) and 
(Nielsen, Hansen & Co.), r over 529 e 
Locust. ; ! 

Hansen, H. N., wks Piatt & Spieth, bds 
Banner House. j 

Hansen, Jacob, meat market 700 Madison, 
r 1212 8th s Des Moines. 

Hansen, J. II., motorneer Des Moines 
• Electric Street Kail way, r 420 e Des 
Moines. , 

Hansen, Low, lab, bds "Miller Hou^e. 

Hansen, Louisa Mrs., boarding house, rj 
219 e Des Moines, | j j 

Hansen, Martha, Miss, wks 1320 w 6th 
i Hve. ! , , 

Hansen, Minnie Miss, student Capital 

City Commercial College, bds 730| 

w 6th ave. ' 

Hansen, Niels E*, secv' Capital City Nur- 
series, r Cliftda ave, nr 8 city limits. ! 
Hansen, Peter, lab, r 127 e Maple. 
Hansen, Peter lab, r 417 e 1st. 
Hansen, Peter, r under 931 e Oth. 

Hansen, Phebe N. Mibs, forewoman Men- 
nig & Slater, r Indiauola nr Curve 8 
Des Moiues. ' 

Hansen, Sophia Miss,jwks|1028 w 25th. 

Hansen, Thomas, njiher lyiaple Grovo 
Coal and Mining Co., r 1420 e Maple. 

Hansen, Jena Mrs., rooms over 331 e 5th. 

Hansch, II., student Capital City Com 
mercjal College, r 211 w Chestnut. 




ancy Goods. 



Hanson, Annie 

Hanson, Anton, 
;ourt ave. 



Hansen, Henry, jwliolesale and retjailjcigars ,i 

1 and tobacco, \v 2nd cor Locust, r 211 \ 

w Chestnut! i ; ' ■ ' " 

Hansinan. JohnL y alley 31, Cottage Grove., 

Hansjnanh, Join!, meat market, Oth ave 
r:910 w Grove. 

Hansjm, A., miijiejr Maple Grove Coal and 
fining Co. 

IVfiss, r 1118 e 7th. 

\yksj. K., Cohejn, r823e 

■ I ! ' i 

Hanson, C, conductor Des Moines Elec- 
tric Street Ry. Co. 

Hanson, Carrie ]\f rsi, r 120 e 13th. " 

Hanson, E. J., student Iowa Business Col- 
lege, j ! 

Jfliss,' elk Dock8tader & 



Hans 



n, Elsie 



Wilkins, r ^3,00 e Court ave. 

Hanson, Frederick, stoker Capital City 
Gas Light Works, r 423 e s Oth. 

Hanson,! George, constable,, r 1118 e 7th. 

Hanson, I H. lf\,j engineer Des Moines 
Laundry, r 419 e Scott. 

Hanson, II. C.J lab C. R. I. & P. Rj R., r 
011 es7th| . 

Hanson, J. ILJ motorman Des Moines 
"Electric Street Uy. Co., bds 1448 e 
papitalav^. ' , \\ i 

Hanson, Minnie Miss; student Capital 
pity Commercial College, r Vfo w 
>th ave. ■ i , ; j 



Hanson, Martini lab, (p. R. I. & P. R. fy, r 
111 e s7th. 



Ham on} Matiida ; Miss, wks Sabin House. 
Ham on, Matilda! Miss, r 611 e s7th, ' 






Hans on, Peterl ljreman Daily News Co., 
r|l008e6tiii : .'. 

Ham on, Phebe! Miss, wks Mennigj & [. 
Slater, r CjlaJY cor 10th, b yes Moites. ' 

Hanson, Robertjcarpjenter, r w lOth'bet 
Crocker ajid Center. | 

Hanson, ^ven, section foremen C. R. I. & 
P. It. E., rj 1,300 e Court ave. 

Hanson, Sven JSJ, bds 828 e 5th. 

Hanion ' Thomas, miner Maple Grove 

LI I : P" ■ 

Coal Co. j ; 

Haragan, Daniel, prop Haragau House, 

■ I U4|w'.s5t|ii | ' . 

Ifar^gan Hou|se, Daniel Haragan i prop, * 
.14 w s 5t)lh ■ i '''''■(■' 

Haragan, John C., wks'Treight house W: 
iSt. L. & # R. R., r 1204 w Cherry. f 



Established 1871, 
Tilephdoe 394; 



' /NATURAL STONE, Home g Foreign^ 

• ) WlA. STEELE. QuirrlMlnM.rlonpour.tr. ( 



( 209 
wett uitk 3d St 




Shades, Floor ,3il Cloth, Maf$ig 

Rugs and Mas, etc* 

illUU W. Walnut Sired t. 



•Harbach, Anna 1 Mi§8^ 
715 w 6th. 



Harbach, 1 Char 



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arbach, Franc, (Phil and F. Harbach & 

,Co.)ir95^rM . \ ■ . 

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tHarbach, Frkdl (Oapi 
Works) if 715 w!5fh 



i Wholesale andlRetqU Dealer f> 

cH|ts, 



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Harbach, Emu a M iss, vks State Binde 
1 r84Gw2nc. M 1 



r84Gjw2hc, ■ , , , 

Harbach 1 , Fv, pt ^ pap te 1 Cit 3^ B ott 



Works, £t!2 and] 514 |w /Walnut, | r 
w 6th ave. 



Harbach,' Leonard 



house L; He rbach, 



Harbach, Loii *. ^h^ 
furniture, 4'.. 2 and, 
802 W 5th. ' ' 



; il City pott 
ive. 

ItarbaCh, Gej>r|e, s^iid^t Capital dity 
Commercial CbllEge, r 7lf w 6th 

ave. ■ / . m; 

Harbach, GeSfye fy, salesman 1 L. Har- 
' ,bach,i r 802|w 5 

E.J 



Harbach, Mark 
2nd. 



Hkrbsch, Philip, '(Pail 



C 



j r 953 



w 



Harbach Phil ibdF.St 



„ , , L f 

arid'W. L. Harbacl) turhittire' afld 
upholstering d7(J8 ai: d 710 w Walnut.: 

Hjarbach, IWiiiii J G-j; r ngr undertaking 
(lept L. Hai Dacji 



%bach,W.L 



Co.) r Seattle Wdah 
Harbison,' Jonn H., rdtiied, r 3403| w 4th. 
HirW8on, : Robe:t.T:^ druggist, r 



m. 



lei Molne 

OPFIO 



mngr wlolesae 
i|802 t w 5tli. 

esale and rjdtajl 



4th, 



urtaiji 



l 846 



w 2nd.! 




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DES MQINES DIRECTORY, har 



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arc >n, Belle Miss, r 614 Monroe, s.Des 
koines. ' 



rbach, 



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Hart en,. James,,*. 217 e Des Moines. 

IJTar&ie, Emily Mies, cook ■• P. Kurtfc, r 
'.! j ;.te w'8th. 

Hare ie, James A., wks;W. M. Verhey & 
I Co., r 1035 w 8th. j 

Hare iman, Timothy, lab, r 322 w s 5th. 

Hare Jig, ^ Amos W), grocer and prop 



Miss, cbess mkr, 



s nd F. Ha rbaen & 
Qo.,(PhiLFr|in 



(Ph 



414 w Walnut, 



715 



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$02 w 5th 
a id F. Ha rbach <fe 



Prairie Farm Dairy 757 w 9th, r 747 
w|9th. ' 



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ftrbour, j John] H., [teajbster R. % Dayfs 
plill, roorqfj 519JW ith ave. 




1311 w 



Ilarding, Benjamin L., businesH migr 
• ! DfB Moines Leader, r w Grand ive 

J nr35th. i • . , ', 

Hjardahg Blocks w Cherry b je cor 8th. 

Harding, B. W., farmer, r 1-121 e Cen ;er. 

Harding House, 714 w Cherry. 

iHarding, T. A., real estate 207 wdth, 
i ' I bds Savory House'. . 1 

Harding;. T. H., traveling salesman, r 
j 1521 w School. T l 

Hard ng, Will F., traveling salesman, r 
'I l:i|)3'w Park. 

Hardi son, Samuel A. Rev., pastor A. M 
•i | Ej Church, r [510 w 3rp\ 

Hircl] ran, Ed worth, miner, r 151Se l^u- 
ciEinan. I ; ! 

Hardjian, Thomas, lab, r 336 w a 5th. 

EJardsrick, J. C., student Highland Pa|rk 

J formal College. 

HkrdyJ Chester, student Highland Psrk 
i j j formal College! \ 

|HJsi!*tf)p, J. V., farmer, Delaware 32, e 
•I; les Moines. ! 

Harg(r, David, woven fabric roofing and 
J r.( lOfing paint, r 1721 ^ 8th. LZXJ 




!Harg4r, D. D.Jmnfr paving brick, r 1721 
. I; : w gth. , i ' . 

! Hargis, plinton, drayman, r 1121 w 5th 

H^rgi si pohn, lab, bds 7^4 e s 12th. 

Hirgn||John C, wks Tone Bros, rl^21 
I w 5th. <; [■ ; . 

Sarkin, John, atty, r 124 e 10th. 
arKips, Laura Miss, stenographer Io va 
! Savings and Loan Association, r 1344 



0th. 



Hkrjtiis, Liithene,iMrs., r 944.W 10th. 

' v i • ' i i 

Harkins, W. H. painter and paper hanger 
1 : rDMWlOth. 

Harkriss, Betti^ Miss, r ( ooms 9Q2 w, 5th 

HaTikness, D. K., traveling salesman, 
! ( 73i>19th. 



dtbss anil Transfer Co. richards, fbmiknfield & jo 



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STREET. 



TELEPHONE 871. 



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WORK GUARANTEED 

223 Ea it Fifth St. 



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Harkness, Florence jMiss, artist, rooms 
902 w 5th. / ' 

Harkness, John F., engineer D. M.&'N. 
R. R., bds Haragah House. , 

Harlan, jAmauda C. Mrs, 1 ; r 575 w 7th. 

Harlan Bros., (C. : E. and W. L. Harlan*) 
druggists,; 422 w Walnut. | 

Harlan, C. E., (Harlan ijros., r 835 w 16th. 

Harlan, Edgar R.,student Drake Unive;r- 
sity, bds 1 106 l\v 24th. , ; h 

Harlen, Ellen Miss, wks 1603 w Center.!' 
Harlan, Lena Miss, wks Mrs. Frank P^l- 



w Grand ave. 
Drake University, 



ton, Browu'si Park, 

Harlan, M. E., student 
r 1215 w 28thJ 

Harlan Park— From [North one blo^k 

so^th bet 17 and lj)th. , ] 

Harlan, William, mail carrier, r 847; w 9th, 

Harlan, William JL., (11 arlan Bros.) r 577 
w ,7th. I 

Harlan and Tubbi Addition— From For- 
est ave to Chirk bc}t 9th and lith. 

Harleene, Emma DVIissJ wks 1453 w Wood- 
land ave. 



Harley Bros., (William A. andj Frank 
Hiirley), harness, saddles and trunks, 
225 w 3rd. I j ' j| 

Harley^ Edwin B;, wks Eagle IronfWmcsr, 

r700es5tk.j ! | 

Harley, Frank, student Iowa Busiriess 
College. 



Harley, Frank, (Haifley Bros.), r 
ei6th. 

Harley, John, mngr, parley Bros., r 
e 6th. ; 



028 



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Harley, William, wks Harley Bros., r 
1028 e 6th. I j ;, % 

>Harl£y William A., (Harley Bros.), r 1028 
<j6th.* ! j 

Harlow, John, musician and barber All red 
O. Smith, r pohiutone Hotel. I j - 

Harinan, Lee, confectionery and cigars, 
305 w Courtj ave, r 615 w Grand ave. 

Harmon, Jacob, j teamster, r 724 s ej IS th^ 

Harmon. James T., (Harmon & Co.) r 1215 
Court ave. ] ; 

Harmon & Co., jJames T. Harmon mil — ) 
ifruits and commission, 201 w Walnut # 

Harriett, Addiei Miss, student Callanan 
College r 1187 w 13th. 



Harney, Georgej H., 
Grand ave. i 



aiow 



Towne & 




R. R., bdtj 112 w 
Harper, John,! teams' 



Harney, Henryl C v r over 214 w 4th. 

Harnok, Frederick, wlps Des Moines Wat- . 
er Co., r l425| w 2nd. v 

Harp, R. A. Mrs.,! r 704 w 6th ave. 

Harpel. L. V. clki Kajiiffmian & 'Guernsey, 
r 704 w 6th five. 

Harper, James, engineer C. St. P. & K, C 

12th. 

er David W. Crajn, 
bds 302 Jefferson, s 1 Des JVIoiues. 

Harper, J. M., 1 (Harper & Harper, r 

Peoria, 111. j. , 

Harper, Mattie ^M.iss, sienograper King. 
Richardson & Co, Ms 1505 w 24th. \\ 

Harper, R. W., ; (Ilarpej* & Harper,) r 2013 
w Pleasant. 

Harper & Harper, (J. M. and R. W. Harp- 
er) grain dealers 210 w s 7th. 

Harragau^ William, J. steam fitter foes 
Moines Manufacturing Supplv Co. r 
303 w Short, , 1 

Harrah, Calvin, j grocer 305 w Walnut, r 
511 w3rd; ! . 

TIarreld, )3torjy lj)., hack driver J. Patrick, 
r over 438 e Grand ave. 

Harrier, Ed^in JR. teamster, s end e loth- 
Harriet Street.-^Twe'lfth south of Walnut 

I ( - ! 7 
fronij east l^th to G f .: 

Harrim, Herfr^C., r 'Rail Road ave betes 
8th andjDth. ; , 

Harriman W. (Pf, foreman Union Elevator 

r 12q7 J 7th. ' | 

Harrington, j Henry,! lab, r over 516 w 
School. ; i 

Hajringtjon, John, brakeman C. R. I. & P. 
R. R. b Is Nelson House. ( 

Harrington, John,} retired, r705 Moiiroe, 
Ike Des # doilies. | : '» II 

HarringtonJ John C, student Highland 
Park Normal College. 

Harrington J. ;P., student Capital pity 

Commercial College. 
Harrington Joseph R., mason, r 613 w 9tH 
Harrington, Jjj)8^ah, contractor trees, 

over 51|6 wj Schjool. , 
Harrington, M&theW M. printer Watter 

Talbot, Panting Co)., r 706 Monroe, i 

Des!M3inps. 



Harrington, Nancy Miss, dress mkr, r 
;- ov&r 516 w School, 
Harrin^toi, Robert, (Roy & HafringtoD| 



302 w 



8th. 



Real Estate & Exchange Broken 

220 WEST 3th ST. CLAPP BLOCK 




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Harrington & 
: i and Daniel 

Harris Block, ,( 

Harris, Bradnei 
Kennedy ,Cc 
pean Hote| 



J)ES MOINES* BIEECDTOKY. 



RoyU (R)bert Hcrringtor 
RpyJ) barbers 302jw8th. 

4 'wfj Walnut. 



L., vic^ president} Mattes 
, rooms Hungers Euro- 

r-v- ■ \\ 

Harris, C. F. st lient Capital Gi ky Qojn. 
mercial C ) ilege, r 329 w 3rd. | . 



34V- vv 0114. j , ! 

o|ver.902eiWaIker, 
rbpins 



Chamberlain & 



Norma 



:? 



College, 



denier. 517 



w 7$h, ,r 



Des 

CO;, 



|room,o|'e'rj|221 w 
Harris, J. S., student 



jW 



'■■Park Xormai'Gc 
Harris, Minnie) Mrs., 



Harris, Job a M.J student Highland lark 
"j-!Xorflial C( liege, j 

Harris, ,Toh[i P,, elk Oes koines Laundry, 



Wa 
Hiu 



bland P:i fid Nor 

i^n ' r:'..iii I 



mal Collide, rooms College mljlJ 
Harris, Lurie, second hind, gooes 216; e 
' w alnut, r iame. i - i 



Harris Minnii iMisl studehti Hi^jilind 



nut. 



Harris, C. II., grpcer.r 

Harris, Daniel, ! (Harris & Land 
608 tv ^al nut. ■ ', , 

Harris, D. F4 ieal estat3 and. insurance 
agt and basket mkil, r 1207 w 23rd, 

Harris, D. H.> salesman! E3tey & Can p, ir 
1121 w7tk, I ' . 

Harris^ Fannie Miss, dress mkr jV/White, ' 
i r e.6th cor Des Moipes. 

, Harris, George F., bkpr 

Co,, r 1046 w Othl: 
Hiirris, ^ W., i tockbuycr, i 612, e 9thJ 

Hahris, Hardy \ (H| C Harris fe cL) r 
; 1 814 w '6th .£ ve. 

Harris, H.<0 & (Jo., (ffenry'lC. janc l 
i Hardy C. Jiatrig, iry gooc 8, 604 wi 

I Walnut. ; ! J 

Harris, Henry Q., (H. C Harris jfe C<j>.,) r 
i 903 w 4th. I ■. i . ■ 

Harris, Hockles. wis I . P. Han is, r 316. 

; .e 1st. : I 

Harris, H. |P., wooc. 
.519 w 7th; , 

Harris, Jainjes A,, traveling salesman 
Moinesj Manufac|i;uri lg & Sup ply 
r 1211 e Pennsylvania aye. | 

Harris, Jasper O., student Highlaadi Park 
1 Xormafl C( liege ' | 

Harris, J. p.. contractor and bitfldqr, r 

; 1012 w lit i. 
Harris, Joti i/b rink jjiaso i, Jame^ 'Mjiim 

rl227||Pirfc -j 

Harris, JoLd. studeat EIighlari<JL tfaj 



IT. JOSE 

Branch 

8 w. 2d SI, 






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I leg J 
r lc52e'Wajn(k 



HessElectfi cal Co, 



25th. 



PH, MO. I Manufacturer* of 

Sines High Grade Flour 



HAE 



215 



Harris, Morris, lab* r 1552 e Walnut. 

Harris, Nellie R. [Mrs., physician 519 
•7tli, r same. * i 

Harris!, Rees, retired farmer, r 1133 

i .1.* 9frt>r 



Harris' Robert, bell boy Aborn House. 

Harris, Robert G.,| engineer Iowa Pipe & 
■ Tile Ci.;r 1061 w 6th; ave. 

HarrisJ Rollin E., mngr Mahaska Ccal 
i! Col, r 1810 w 8th. 

Harris. 

Harris; 



&. B f Mrs.t r 1046lw 22d. 



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Harris, 
Co 1 



S. R., student Iowa Business C61- 

, r I 

e. 



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Vernon, Student | Iowa Business 
lege, rooni 1220 w Walnut. 

WiiliamJ Grant 6, east Dps 



/Harris r 
J i Mclines. 1 

Wi^iam Jr. 
Williani 



rover 520 e Locust. 
A.,: bkpr !Aavanue 



jsher Co.[ r 732 e W&lnut. 



Harris, 
Har'rfs 

Harris! William J., restaurant 322 e 5th, r 
.;| ov^322, e 5th. . j 

Harris., .jVilliam R., machinist Eagle Ircn 
i Works, room 6 Robertson nlk. 

Harris, William V., 'student Iowa Buti- 
i | ness College. ■ , 

Harris & Land, (Danier' Harris ard 
Tli omas Land), boots and shoes, 608 
■w 'Walnut I 

H^rrisin, Aggie Mrs., r 422 es 7th. 

H^rrisBn ave— From Ci R. I. & P. R. R, 
; to Dea^i aye, Cunningham's Additio n. 

Harrison, Chas, R., wks 1 Students Hom,e, 
j • Drake Uni v< srs.ity. 

Harrison, Emma Miss, student Highlaiid 



Park Normal College. 



n, George D., traveling salesman 
rfield, Howell, Watt Co. i 



H 



arrisf 

I" 'm 

rrisin, Mjichael, waiter Savery House, 
, r9L.0.,w Sc^tti; ; ;' . j; .. I 

Harrisiri Park-^From Clark to State, bet 
25j hand 27th. l! 

;jarrisin, Robert, carriage painter Dps 
Moines Bulggy Co., r Sevastopol. 

a^rri8on Stree^— Fifth east of Raccoon 
i.l river, from f Second to Indiapcfla ave, 
sDesMpinis. ' .ij 

[arrisok William fe., r'510 w 9th ! , 




iarritt 
955 



Harry S., wks oat mealimill 

( W4th; 1 ' .:;.,. .- l! !■ 

3arrodJ Belle A, Miss; studeni, CallanfJi 
College, r 1238 w 23d. • ] 



ctort arid 
Hrt In 

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Harrod, Carey V., iclk J. A. Boyer, r 1330 

. w 26th. | ! ■ . 

Harrdjlj Curtis, stpient Highland Park 
Normal College. i 

Harrod, Daniel, (Day Jc Harrod), r t233 w 
2$d. , : [ . ' ; ; 

HaFrop, Douglas G.J cash' boy G. E. Con- 
verse, r over 720 w .Walnut. I 

Harsh, Charles* E.< mall carrier, r 10U3 e 

:, 12th. i j ■ ! L 

Hjarsh, Florence JA. jtfiss, stenographer 
Capital Ins. Co., rj 1003 e 13th. 

Harsh, M. J. Mrs.j r 1003 e 12th. 

Harsh, Nettie Miss, school teacher, r 1300 
e; Fremont. 



Harsm, Anna Miss, 
Grant Park. ' 



wks e Court 



ave, 



,_. Harsin. Annie Mria., rover 319 e 5th. 

Hart, : Augiut, fire'nviii C. B. & Q. It. II., 
m, bds 307 e s 3(i. 

ac : Hart; Benjamin P., tinner, r 313 w JMar- 

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•o Hartj Dow, engineer C. St. P. & K. C. R., 
H r 1221 w Walnut 

Hart; Edward, student Highland Park 



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tdacher Washington 
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Normal College, 

Hart, Emily M. Miss, 
School, r 1035 w 

Hart, J. L., student Iowa Business College. 

Hart, Mary MissJ teacher Bryant school, r 
638 e Des Moniefe. 

Hart, Patrick, ra lroad fireman, bds 715 w 
Cherry. 

Hart, William, tmne r G. W. Sheldon, r w 
,4th nr Grand ave. J 

Hartenbower, Ji J., real estate, r 828 w 

■ 8th - ! s , f 

Harter, Allen J.j bkor American Savings 

■Bank, r 921 e Dfes Moines. 
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Harter, Ebeu S.,i pr^s American Savings 

Bank, r 921 je D 38 Moines. 

Harter, Edward jF., butcher, r 1305 yv 12th. 

Harter, P. E., r 1305 w 12th. • ■ 

Harter, Geo. "V^m Delaware 29, e Des 
! Moines. 

Harter, Lafayettie, vice pres Tibbies Mnfg 

Co., rover (J2l e 6th. 

Harter, Lorenzo, salesman Tinsley Brot 
r 1501 w Grind ave. 

Hartigan, Annii, M iss, teacher Bryant 
' school, r 312 e l2tJL. 






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artigan, Frank;, boiler mkr Nationa 1 
Boiler ^orlksjr 312 e 12th. 

Hartigan, KatejMiss, dressmkr Younker 
Bros., bas 533 w 6th ave. 

Hartigan, Mary Miss, teacher, r 312 e '12th. 

Hartigan, MachaleL engineer, C, R. I. & 

P. R. R. , r 312 e 12th. 
Hartirig, 1 Jaco^, foreman carpenter !Dos 

Moines fetijeet R.R.Co.,r 1416 e Walnut. 



Ilartlng M. 

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Hartingi W 

Hatrtle,|Flo 



, wks I)es Moines Street Kv. 



Jliam, wks C. E. McCray. 

rence Miss, r 1013 w'21st. 

Hartley Apyi Mrs.i r Clifton ave, nr 
Prescofct Drive Clifton Heights. 

Hartley, Clifford, delivery boy ,C. S 

Littler^ _ | i 

Hartley;, Fred, stone cutter Iowa Marble. 
Mjantel Co.,. b'ds 910 w Walnut. 

Hartltfv, John, real estate r 1024 w High- 

Hartl'j'vfs Addition — From east Dean ave 
t< ('., R. I. & P. R. R. bet Osborn and 
haHt. 

Hartley Street— Second west of State Fair 
Grounds, from C, R. I.& P. R, |R. to 
Grand ave, Elbert & York's addition. 

Hartling, Richard, bjirber, G. W. Mogel- 
■| bbifg, rj 610 w 

Hartman, Amos, lab, r over 440 e Grand 

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Hartman, Austin, farmer, 513 e Columbia 

Hartman, '. )ora Miss, wl$s 9123 w 6th ave 

Hartman Haitry, lab, r,50f e s 7th. 

Hartman, Jeury; engineer John Rowat, r 
5Med7tjh. j i 

Hartman, L E., telegraph operator 0. & 

IjT.IW. RJR.,rl32p w 14th. 

Hartman. James, ieamster, r 1527 e Grand 

Hartmjin, {Joljm, city policeman, r 808 e 

ijlaple. | j ■ . ' . ! ; 
Hartman, Joseph, painter, r 1327 w l]4th 
Hartman, iKirkwpod, photographer Tom| 

James, r! 1512 w Locust. 

Harthianjo.lS., lab, r 841 e 9th. 
Hartman, Samuel, (Hartman & Sutton) 
723 fe 12th. ■ I . " - 



Hartman, 



W W., student Highlahd Pari 



Nornial College. 
Hartman & Sutton, 

Wilbur ~ 



Maple. 



Samuel Hartman^ 



Sut(on> grocers, r 1209 



Golden Rule Clothing House 

! D. M. JOHNSON * 80N. 



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Wojit Walnut St. Des Moinef 



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, John, miner 
llld w 6th ave 



Eureka 
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Hartney, John, car reporter C. 



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Hartsock, Isaac, ,ma 
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Hartsough, 1 

'gregatiojiaf church 

Hartung, AMrew, bdpts and 
•e Granji ave, bds 6 59 e 6th 

Hartung, Jacob, carpei itdr p 
j Street R^il wajr j Co. -*"'* 



., evangelist' Con 
> : 1730 for 4th. ' 



Hartuug, Martin, 



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shoes, MO 

Moiies 
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Hanung, Jennie Mfss, stenographer It. ^ 
Dun&jCo., r8l9e 5th. \, ' f ; -■■ 

HartungJ Uu ,u Miss, c k A. i HartuheJ, 
629 e, 6th 



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Ha|rty,jTamee|, plutaberland gjis filter, 

• 217 e Des Moi nes. 
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Harty, Mary Vlrs., r 217 e Des Moines.; 

Harty, Micfyaeh boiler mkr HJeijiry Fur 

long, r 21.7 le Des 3V koines. 
Hfjrtzell, John D., « hipping Jclk 

Moines Saddlery Co.[ bds] Golistone 

IWtel.' i | r f : . " ■ • [, ;". 
! Harvard Streetj-Third east if 6tp ave 

from Nefv [Fojrk aye, Lark| Park \ jto 



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Highland Park,! 
r lib?! w Lc c 18,4 



north line lit of 

HaVvey, Aj Bij-agt 

He rvey, A. B , student '. Iowa Bn s 
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Hattimg, Martin 
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Hartung i& Anctrews, (]|fartin Harttahg 



(Hai tupg & f Andrews.) 



C. Andrejw^) grocers, t r 60$ e 
ave. 



MisE, 1 teacher 
School, if XlOl w Lacust. 

Hjjrvey, Benj imlnl lab, r 284 e 1st'. 

Hrrve>% Caroline Ji Miss, teacier Irving 
School, r 522 frl4ti. 

%vey, D. W.. lair 9 )2 e MaUet , 

Hj rvey^ I. % teacher ( hesterfiLld Sch joi, 
r Capital Park/ 1 ' ^ ! n 

Hirveyy J. A., lawyerf room 5 oyer: ,510 
w Walnut, bds w 6th cor (pan ij ave. 

HaWy, Jaco y H.j shoe mkr 411 U[ Wal- 
nut, r. 818 £ $tate. 

ihrvey, Jamus p.L painter, rw 2ad cor. 
New ( Yor k alvfc, En glewooc . 

Hirvey, J. H., sljoe mkr, r 813 1 State. 




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[HatfreVi J. H.clkL, L 'Plank, r 924 e 
!•! . ^alker. [ !| m ' . ; , 

Harvey, Joanna M. Mm.l r 1531) w High. 
HarVey, J. Fj, Saylor 27, e Des j^Ioinet 

Harvey, Laddra Miss, stenographer H. G. 
, ! t^un & Co., r 1535 w Hfgh. 

Harvey, Lysander, farmer, r e of State 
Fair Grounds nr C. R. I. & P. it R. 

paryey, Noah, lab, r 232 e 1st. 

Harvey, Noah, wks F. Gottstein. 

Harye^, R. W., traveling salesman, r 1)505 

j ' ' «f pd. ; • ■ ; n 

Harvey, SusaiR, Mrs., music keach((r, r 
|| 1505w28rd.' 

par^son, Heary^ bds 213 w s 7th. 

itarvi'son, W. (j.; atty office room 24 
I Qlapp's Illkr w Brattleboro ave cor 
29th'. ' 

Haifwoody William H., secy, and treas. 
lj)es Moines Loan and Trujjt Co., r 511 
w Franklin ave. f 

! Ja^kell, Cora Bl Miss, 6tu.l(3nt Drake 
University, bda .-tudent's Hall. 

:3fos kell, N. I>. Mrs., r 913 |w 12th. ■ 

HasielL Susi? A., student Highland Pjark 
' - Normal College, rooms StUson House. 

^asyett, Charles, wks C..E. Kelly, r 1162 
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Hasfeett, S., asst foreman, rooms 1210 
Main. i 

Has iett, William,, student Jpwal ^usir.ess 
College. ! ' ! ' ■ r '* ' 

Hasans, A. Al, atty. room 66 Office Bl|dg, 
r North cpr w 32nd. 

Haskjins, John G., banker, r 604 h 6th. 

Ha$Kins, Norman, (Polk (poubty Brick 
Co4) roo4Q7 Office Bldg; r cor 
3|2hd. ; ' I'-.. •' | 

Hasfcit,- W. J, traveling salesman, r 2*410 
' . (yrand ave; [ . ■ | i 

Haskit W. J., jr., bkpr Dos Moines Street 
, R. R. Co./r ^410 w Grand ave. 
Hasiach, J|ohri A, elk J.. A. Sandhoh i, r 

1 w 6th ave cor Cherry. \ 

ilc. A., slipping elk Aultn^an, Mi ler 
& feoj, r over 403 e Walnut. 

Hasbelstrom, iDora Miss, wks 9 

HaS|tj August, student JHighl 
I Normal dpllpge. ■ 

Haetj Charles, r 644 e Des Moiries. 

HaqtJ Louis, meat marketJ 604 e Grand, 
ave, r 638 e Des Mbiijes 



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^Hast, Lewis, Saylor 20, e Des Moines. 

Hast, Mary Miss, teacher Bryant schooL r 
638 e Des Moines. 

Hastie, Alex, secy and examiner of 
titles Guarantee Abstract Co., 213 to 
5th, r 1521 w 11th. 

. Hastiei, Mary "Miss, qlk IT. C. Harris & Co,, 
rooms 714 w High. 

Hastie, M. L. Mrs., furnished rooms, r 217 
w; Chestnut, j I 

Hastiq, Nettie E. Miss, student Iowa Busi- 
ness College, r 217 w Chestnut, 'i ' 

Hastie, Thomas, student Mellenry & Me- 
Heury, bds 603 w Grand ave. |: 

Hastie, Thomas D., attv, over 508 w Wal- 
nht, r 1604 to Linden. j 

Hastings, Edgar, student- Drake Uiiiver- • 

ai'tvi'bdalieSw 27th. 
Hastings, Edward, with Foster's Opera 
- IJouse Orchestra, bdfl 723 w Walnut. 

Hastings, Edwin C, elk p. M. Johns^ & , 

! Son, r rooms 14 ami 15 Oriel Blk. j 

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Hastings, Edwin J., traveling salesman 

Bsterly Harvesting Machine Co.J 3 r 

over 608 e Grand ave/ ' 

Hastings, Edwin j P., with Iowa. State 
Band. ,. .. > '■ ■ 

Hastings, Josiah, car recorder C. R. I. & 
P. R. R, r f>ai w 18th. 

Hastings, Lewis, engineer Eagle Iron 
Works, bds Central House. 

Hatch, Bazzelle'Miss, student Callanan 

College, r 810 w 5th. M ■■ 

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Hatch, Hardin, (Hatch Hotel Register 
Co.,)r 1176 w 9th. ; j 

Hatch Hotel Register Co., Hardin 

Hatch iuugr, 215 w 6th ave. ! 

Hatch,' J. B., subscription books, over 420 
w Walnut, r 214 Hillside ave, s Des, 
Moines. ]' ! K : 

Hatch, Minnie T. Mrs., prin Washington 
school, r 214 Hillside ave, sfDes 
Moines. • ' \ 

Hatch, Sarah A. Mrs., r 319 w 9th. ! ; 

Hateberg, John, Bloomfield 16,1 Des ! 
Moines. ! 



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Hatfield, Frank,* wks Des Moines Brpon> 
Works, r 1121 o Pennsylvania aye|. j 

Hatfield, John, lLb, W. St. L. & P. R. R 
? 112 e Dean. j \ ? 



Hatfleld, Nora 



Miss, wks Des Moines 



Laundry, rq2ud cor Dean. 



, John B., physician and surgeopL 



Hatfield, William, lab, r Hartford ave, nr 
Des Moitaes Coal Mines, Sevastopol. 

Hathaway, Alice Mrs., .dressmkr, r over 
709 w Walnut. 

Hatl^vay, Humphrey, miner, r 1012 w 
. Pleasant. ! , ' j 

Hathaway, Jf. F., coal miner, r 332 w Pel- 
ton ave. I I , I 

Hatterberg, Jolin, carponter, bds nr C. St, 
P. L& K. C. round house. 

Hatton[ Janjies M., carpenter, r 1337 
22 

Hatton] 

r 1730 to 7th. 

Hatton, Robert, student Highland Pari; 
Normal College. 

Hatton, Thomas, (Pereival' & Hatton) anc. 
pres Clifton Heights Land Co., r 20t) 
| w Grand ave. , 

Hauck, Jacob, elk G. M. Spencer, ,r 113 
w Center. ^ ■ , I. I 

Hauk, R B.,m[attre88 mkr, r 1424 e Map^ 

Haulnjian, H. lE., (Haulman' & Terry)fc 
|1001 w Grand ave. r ' ■ J 

Haulman & Terry, (H. E. Haulman an i 
Alonzo Terry) creamery and niik 
■! dWt, 1001 w Grand ave. | 

Haun Clarence, bkpr J. A. Garver & Cc, 
r6om 619 w Walnut. j 

Haupl, Henry Wi cash Warfield, Howel), 
^att & Co., r 1183 w.W.ijey. 

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Haiis jSchatz, weekly, J. Eiboeck editc 
abd prbp^ over 21,3 w Walnut. . j 

Hauschild, iCharle J j wks W. M. Verhey $ 
do.,rl321wlkthii j 

Hausbhild, Edward j Wks W. M. Verhey 

, & Co., 1-1821 to;14th. 

Hausfchild, Henry, r 1821 w 14th. 

Hkusl|hild, Minnie ]». ijliss, r 1321 to 14t(i 

Havens, Jakper, agt 1 Tibbies Mnig Co. 
i'334e Walker. | ! j ' ^ | 

Hjaverley, J., billia^wl hall, 517 e LociiM 
rile 9th;' '! 1 ! ' ' 



I^aviland, 
; Schmii 



Charlies, i wks Ijtoddewf| 
t Cralcker Co. 

Haviland, Paniel, r|41|7 e s 8th. 

Hawes, Lejvis; Pi, bkpr Perkins & Brin 
maid, i 1209 w ! 7tn. 

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Patois, William C, policy writer D 
1 * i Moinejilife Assc^iation, rOoms 82 
| topefi^bt. . , ,| " 

Haw|k> Jacob contraptor and builder, 
171 w| ||6th ave. 



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;3i|Jwk, Jeu, kuient I>rake University 
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Worts, ■ Joihtji t A.| W 

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Ha ykina, Albert 



rooms 213 
Hafvkins, All 



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City Con mercial College 

Hafckina, Ml ma Mist , teacher 
school, ijC 58 w20tli 

Halytcina, Join: , teamat^ jWillie 
era, bda !u:20=4ih, 8 



Hawkins. S. 53., bona^jible De 
township, fpverl 
w 20th. 

Hatvka,' Charles A 
College, r ^7Q2 

Hajvks. a.Hibake 



>«.», 1^. nii oakery 848 w 6th 
(Ha\vrka id Kebney), r 1702[V 7tJb. 



A, pow- 
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Xorthwesjt'ern Mutual Life fcbsuHance 
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Haivka & "kcjsnlif, (G H. HiWkaj 
Sherman KeiaWy),. bakeijjf 9JJJ2' w 
Center. I : 

flawjey; He dry 1B4 .jen'll.diAric 



409 w j Walnut, \ 658 
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lotuje Fnpjj C<L C; 
B. WUHaci8 jrop, 1 19 w Lopukti 

keye Hon ae, Mean >r : &' S<|n| $rqps 
611 and 613 < Locu t 

Hatwkeyelnjuijan|je Jo., E. JrJ.'Ijjiger- 
soll, preB: Adam |lowell, [a^cyl; 207 

and 209 w 4tJiJ 

ivkeye^InE. C(j>. Bflock,! 2$ ; Ml 209 
w 4th. v , 

H&h'keyie j Mi nurturing Co , j C, 
Sperry, preajandtrkaS; J. I! j3pei*ry, 
secypJam 38 W. Jenlrin8, suj^t: m/ttra 
Novelty Gooda. 112 and 114 e pal- 
nut r , =! 1 •. r ■■ if •' !, ■■ 

HaJvkeye.J'riiting Co., ' S. I.. JLiinlsay, 
pre?; 0. B • Lindsay, aeey; job pri iters 
509 w Mulberry. ' I ! 1 

Hawkins, Aiith E. Mi 38, stenographer 
'Durango Steel ami Iron Co,, r { 58 w 

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Hawpjrth^ Clark B., lab,, bve!r 210 w (5th 
aye. 

Hawojrth, Frances ! E., 

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5w7th. 

Hiwojrth, Geo,, student 
Cbllege. 



Capital City Commercial College, 

.r 585 " 



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105 w 7th. 



worth, Geor^bp ljib 

worth, George F.,. badiagonian C. P. 

Ci,,R/I. & P. R. It, ]• 1614 e Grand 

aVe. '| [- 

worth, M. C, physical and surgeon, r 

1017 e Pennsylvania ave. « 

H4worth, Samuel; police O.R. L <fc P. R. 
Rl, r .1614e ^rand av(?. 

H4wthorne, Henry, travelog aaleaman, r 
853 w 6th ave. ( 

'lorne SchoalyMiss (]>liye McIIenry 
jincipal,' w 17th cor Crocker. 

home Stree t-^Froin Bancroft to In- 
lijanola ave, Cllftpn H?i|ghtai 




Iowa Business 



mma E. Miss, teaclier Grant Park 
iool, bda w 1209 e Ifijio. ' 



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Hiyl 

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luy flattie MiB8, student Callanan Col. 

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haycock, H. G., barber ov^f 1225 w 25th 
] ! r same. * ,1 

.^|ycqck, ,Maggiej Misa, wks National 
Starch Mnf'g Co., bdjve Brook cor 
15th. ^ ■ ! ' 

^ydeh, Carrie Miss, wks Des Moines 
Shoe Manufacturing Co., r 515. w 1 

Hjiyden, Jame^, miner Coon Valley Coal 
'.' Op., r.Mam nr! Pleasant; Sevastopol. 

Hayd^n, John, mmer Co(»n .Valley Coal 
I Co., r Jefferson nr llcrtford ave, Sd- 
I , viistopol; i ' 

Hiyden, M. P. Rev., r 1023 w 25th. 

Hiiyefl, Abraham, atudent jlpiwa Business 
' /Cbllege. {' _ j. '• j I 

Hiyes, A. J. Mrs,, art studio, f 1026 w 

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Hiye^iCharles I'., 
1207 w 2Sfd. 






restaurant 22^4 w 4th, r 



Hiyes, Clara, studont Iowaliusinesa Col- 

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Hkyea, Clarence A., printer, r 414 e s 5th. 
H^yei, Cyrus, butljher, r 316^ e s 2<1, 




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Hayes, Edward W., wks Turkish bath 
rooms Savery Hotel, rroom 19 Oriel 
bjk. 

Hayes, Flora L. Miss, teacher of dancihg, 
r room 19 Oriel blk. ' ■> 

Hayes, Frank, elk, r 518 e Scott. j! 

Haye$, John, switchman C. R. I. & P.jR. 

R., r 218 e s 7th. - ,\ 

Hayes, John C, carpenter, bds Northwes- 
tern House. I 

Hayes, John F., mail carrier. ; 

Hayes, John W., real estate and atty 
Iroom 11 Office) bldg, r 885 w lGth. 

Hayes, Kate Mrs., boarding house 1121 w 
r . Ijocust. ' ' j 

Haves, Marcellus A.., carpenter, r 414 e! s 
*oth. I J ' 

Hayes, Martin, student Iowa Business 
College. 

HayeB, Melissa F. -Mrs., r 1017 w Wiley. 

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Hayes Street — Eighteenth north of Dps 
Moines river from Cornell to 18th, 
Oak and Highland Parks. ] 

Hayek Street— Seventh north of Walnut 
p from east 4th to 0th. 

Hayes, T., (Mattes, Hayes & Co M ) bds Sa- 
bin House. 

Haves, William B.„ traveling salesman H. 

* XL Sickels & Co., r w 3rd bet Clark 

jmd State. 

Havn<\ Willaid W., elk Singer Maniuac 

* tiiring Co., r 900 w 3rd. j . 

llavnes, William, sewer workman, r w 
14th cor Grand ave. 

Hayiiie, Charles, barber J. Dippert. 

Havs, Albert, foreman collar dept Des 
■* Moines Saddlery Co.y r 927 w 2nd. j 

Hays, Everett, student Highland Park 
Normal College. ! 

Hays, Frank, mail carrier, r w Main cor 
Ascension. 

Hays, William, lab, r 1385 e Pennsylvania 
ave. 

Haystell, Elizabeth Mrs.,wks State Bind^ 
ery, r over 306 w 9th. 

Hazard, O. W., merchandise broker oyer 
221 Court ave, r 1307 w Locust. 

Hazard, S. W., gen'l airt C. & N. W. I*. 
R. Co., 210 w 4th, r 809 w3rd. 

Hazen, Frank P., teamster White Line 
Transfer Co., r 1012 wfWoodland ave 



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ves, Rpnges, Furnaoea, 

8TOVE8, REFRIGERATOR!, 

i i . 



Golden Rule Clothing House 

D. M. JOHNSON A 80N. 



Hazen, Frank P., wks Moline, Milbum a 
Stoddard 0o., rjl387 w 21st. ( 



Hazed, Mary, student Iowa Business 
College. 

Hazen, Ottoj minen BloqmfieW Coal C<f, 

Haze|ri, Sadie Miss, student Higblan 
Park Noma] .pollege, rooms Stilso: 
ttottage i j '■ ;'; 

Hazlett, James, drugs 954 w 6th ave, 
952 ( w7;hJ 

HeadJ Burton, livery, r'1122 e| Lyon. 

Head, Clairk elk! Belknap Art Co,, r 11$ 
. ' e LyonJ I l \\ 

Hea|l, Orient, elk 'Belknap Art Co., 

1122 e Lyoni '*...! 

Head, W. P^, conductor Des Moines Strek 
II. R. Cp., r ,710 e 9th. j | 

Heajiland, John, miner Van Ginkel Ccjil 
> Co., r e s City. | ■ .'■ n 

Headley, J. A., trafh dispatcher C. R. I. ic 
P. R Ri,rl8dQTf:High. • 

Heajd, E. L., mgr Farquhar Heating C(.., 
605 i Locust j 

HealmaD, Oscar,! lab, r 1504 e Capital av>, 

Heajey, Annie Miss, student Capital City 

Commercial College. 
Heajy, John; student Capital City Colli- 

pierciajl College. ' .; 

Heaiey, Maggie Miss, dressmkr over 5 6 

kv Walnut, r 712 e Market. 

Hearshman, C. H., printer The Robert 
Dempster Co., r 951 wl5th/ , 

Hearshman, Emanuel B., well digger, 
960 w 22nd. 

Hearshman, Isaac, agt Des Moines Mat- 
tel and Marble Co., r* 100 w p 7th. 

Hearshman, John,* w.ks Dee Moines' M 
jble W6rks, r ^ear 227^ e DcsMomifs, 

Heart, James, confectionery 116 w 3rd 
'same.' j | ' j -j 

Hearty, William P., sign painter under 
420 w jLocu8t,r716w2nd. 

Heasley, Greor^;ii fireman C. St P. & 



C.,'bdt n? 
house. 



i nreman u. at r. a i. 
C: St. P. & K.C. roi^id 



Heath, Albert C., r 1^40 w 5th. 

Heath, Charles 
Heath, H. A., 



,H., r ,843 w 6th ave. ,. 
student Des Mjbines upl- 
lege, bds l|316w|l0th. 

Heath,- Hebry JR.Jr 1829 w 6th ave. 

Heath, J. 6., sttident Highland Park N| 
..._i ^L„_. — 6tlx avec:0r Frarik- 



mal College, r 

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, HATTER8 AND FURNI8HER8. IL 

6|17 YTmmti Wjalnixt St. Dei Moinji* 



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Wtyitn3y,iG07'M 

Jjleathepte Maijy 

s ties Hoi 



Heathc 



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HEA 



3te, 



Week 



Ijleayilin, Jf>'rea 
'Laurel 

llleavilin, «I ,r 



r205e 



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tc amster 
< mroe, s 

Mrs., r 



onas, 



Mo 2 roe. 



iljiiam, 



leavilin, Jaqo 
Laurel u 

eavilin, J )hn i\V., la 

Ipjeavilin, ^attie M., c 



10th 1 .' 



koines 



H^athcbte, ;T 
,!Clny]fD 
J ;eatheTinj;ton, M\ T . 
?F"r<imont| . r J 

ljealon Wiliiatr N], 
►Locust ,;r 1&44 e 

Itteavilin, Anne Mist 
w> clitkx 205 d 10th 

eavilin, paries II 
Schmidt Cracker 



dentist 
(Japital ^v 

i,clk G 



Co 1 ., r 205 



cigar mkr, r 1119 w 



|trpen 
briic 



;er, 205, 
4 nikl 



!}eavil hi; M . WUteams 
'('or, rpranKlin a\ 

t|)|)Ol. 



ilk H 



2l)!}elUh. 



eavlin, M 
toalGt 
eberlin£. 



, j. j. 



Novelty am Bras 



ebhlen, F 



obr }Vf Syiag<|) 
g rogation 
(onirre 



el 2nd. 



eck 



leckinger, 
1)19 w 



Hedge, Joha (} 



o 



in ave, 
S^qiilije, p|es Iowk 



•ed', 



H Sth 

'atiDii Ciii 



Anna 



ecklnger, 
Mauuffl 
berry. 

Rector, I., jkinlJf 
lMburg,,Iydia 

%dje; Jajhes 

lisher.Inlan 
4 Mull 



Heijijy, o^jilist jand op 
3rd, 

Louis, wks Nor 



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Miss 



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DES MOINES DIRECTORY. 



groc6 r. 



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k JG. 

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ter Van 

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Oth. 



GinhelCoali •! Des, Moinesjs 



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Moines.- 

Monroe, 



J. L. 
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Helge, Morgan, elk Atkinson^ Bros/, r 
1220 w Locust, » 

Helge, W< II., student Iowa Business 
College! ; ' . 

Hel&e, W. II., (Delaiider & Ifr'dge), r 
1220 w Locust. 



He ]ge^ s, George E., 
Hedges, N. B., bds 



lab, r 13Hw J5th. 
Kirkwood lionise. 



tr 1 



i; 



ija, tejimster; Van j pinkel 
ranklin ave. SevitstjopoU- 

Machiue, 
iWorkslrlOlOeOth, 

Ijowa State Bind. 

esnurua Con- 

F easant; 

Ibn.elj 219 

er. 
ician, r 



nai 

8 W 

dreu 



t ld w 



nevus- IledHtrom, 



of 



printer, atd pub- 
Mstiaj] Advocate 1519 
7 e Grand aye 

$mar J 



Sti 



1 1 ■ 



WLER 

Telethon a 5j 

IM.'.'I 



mkr, t 



Lichty 
'. Mul- 



Court 



B. Hedge, 



Hedleyj J. A., train dispatcher citv office 
C. 11.1. &P. R. R M r 1300 w High. 

illtfdlum, 'Charles, .carpenter, bda 202 e 

Grand ave. ' , ' | 

i 

Hedlund, Charles E., apprentice 4 Des 
Moines Planing Mill, r 22(3 e Grand 
ave. i ] ,. ' 

He<jUund, Tih a Miss, wks 801 w Pleasant. 

Hedrick, (reo -gi> M., brakeman C. R. I. it 
P. R; {., t.815\v; Walnut. 

Hedrick; John G., lab, bds 012 e s 0th. 

Hedrick, ()scar \V., traveling salesman, r 



> 



ifle 
Heds^trom, 



He(Jstrom, 



ocust. 
Frederick; fireman t).(»<!>ld man, 






bds 219 e Dob Moines. 



L; G.. book agt, roon 



r 225 < Den Moiiu'S,' ' 



H<!(jtatrom, 
i Associ 



L. ,L, wkHfA.H. Walk* 



W.'F., agt INmiUch (ins 
ition 300 w MliL 



s 222 e 
nt Co., 

Saving 



Heed, Mary Mids, student Iowa Iiusiness 
(College bds 708 w;«th. 

louse, 
rial Co., 



Heedrick, Nora Miss, wks Aborn J 
iteoney, Piter, supt Van Ginkel C 



O 

n- Q) 

Ea 



|r Center s w cor Pleasant, Sev istopol 

IIedr8; Li^ie Mrs., wks Tone Bros., r 510 
, ' !W|?Md,' 



Heffrion, ^ 

1 ' r • 



30 
ft 



HeffemanJI — < — r, p^rin x»r Iowa »Sti:ite Reg- 
., jieter, r 539 w Oth ave. 

Heffqlfingcjr, llohil, watohman oftici 1 Trea^- 
;'\ Liirer'ol State; bds Hotel Gold; itone 

Heffernan 1 , Daniel H., i;ar accpuntsint D^s 
[Moinei Union It. IL, r 1054 w|5th. 

Heffner, A Si, wks. Bennett Bros. 

Ellen T. >!;iss, r. Center nr' 
Franklin ave, Sevastopol 

Heflri^p, Maggie Miss, r Center nr 
ilin avei Sevastopol, 

Heffrion, Michflel, miner Prcictibr Coal Co., 
r Center cor Franklin ave, Sev istopol. 

Hege, .I^arbara Miss, student. Highland 
"Park Normal. College, rooms KJeunedy 
House. 



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&=: 

CD 

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Frank- 



Steara Heiitlng, 
( Plambiiig aid Gu 



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cJ Aiy[ES LiliN©y HOMBER [AND STEAM FITTER.! 

Dealer. In Pipe and Fittings, Plumbers' Merchandise, Etc DesMqines, ia y Locust stji 

. 252 heg DES MOINES 




Hege,. Christine Miss, student Highland 
Park Normal College, rooms Kennedy 
House. 

Hegele, W. G., cigar mnfr 614 w Walnut, 
rooms 1187 w 2nd. . '* \" , 

Heg&en John 1 0., boots and shoes 817 w 
jbrrand ave and 521 e Locust, r 506 e 
Maple. J 

Heggen, LewiB 0., elk J. 0. Heggen, r 
over 506 e Maple.. 

Heidlebaugh, Edward, shoemkr 421 w 6th 
ave, r same. ! 

Heidlebaugh, William, boarding and feed 
stable 312 and 314 w 9th, r 421 w 6th 
ave. ■ ' . , '. , 

Heidt, Anna E. Miss, waiter F. J. Heidt, 
r Jefferson nr Pleasant, Sevastopol. 

Heidt, Arthur W. L., waiter F. J. Heidt, r 
Jefferson nr Pleasant, Sevastopol. 

Heidt, Francis J., restaurant 220 w 4tli, 
and (G. W Russell & Co.)J r Jefferson 
nr Pleasant, Sevastopol. I 

Heidt, L., carpenter, r Jefferson, nr Pleas- 
ant, Sevastopol. 

Heifner, E. M., student Highland Park 
Normal College. 

Heighton, W. H., asst sec'y Iowa Loan 
& Trust Co. aud treas Rydinan Piano 

Co., r 1604 w Linden. If 

Hoimbach, Alice, r Lincoln, Sevastopol, j 

Heimbach, Daniel A., teamster Bloomfield 
Coal Co., r Lincoln, Sevastopol. I 

Heiubaugh, John, Bloomfield 16, Des 
Moines. 

Heindorff, ^Ernest, meat market Main, 
Sevastopol, r s o cor Maine and Hart- 
ford ave, Sevastopol. 

Heindorff, Rudolph, wks Ernest Hein- 
dorff, r 25 w 3rd. 

Heintz, Frank, rooms 314 w 3rd. 

Heinz,*Frank, r 1501 e Capital ave. 

Heinze, Frank, frame mkr Belknap Art 
Co., r 314 w 3rd. 

Heise, Henry D., stove repairer,! r 5J19 e 
Grand ave. ' | 

Heiter, Gust, wks Des Moines Union Ry., 
round house, r 806 e 6th. I 

Heittle, William, wks Des Moines Broom 
Works, r ! 817 e btate. | 

Heizer, Alexander M. Rev., r e 10th; a 
w cor Shaw. 

Helaud, John, miner Van Ginkel Coal 
Co., r 413 e s 4th. j 



* 



4u w. Locust at I a! 1 , ?"" "*; •!•■ ^ a ^5, ai 

I In Latest and Moat Arila 




■ I I j I • 

Hel^, E. C.,J8tudeiit Capital City Com. 

mercial College, room 9 cor w 4tjj 
and Locust. I 

i ! ■ ' ' ' 

Heldeen, Victor, miner Eureka Coal Co 

. bds 416 ■& 8 4th. 
Heifer, John, freight conductor C. B. <fe 

Q. R. R. ' 

Heifer, M. Mrs., r 1607i w Grand ave. 
Helgerson, Hannah Miss, wks 900 w 3rd. 

Helgren, Albert, elk Hansen Drug Co., r 
208 e Grand ave. ; 

Helgren, Anthony, over 427 e Des Moine i. 

Helgren, Bertha Miss, wks 1619 w Grani 
ave. I I . ' i ■ . ■ ■ 

Helgren, Lewis, hostler round house C. <b 
, N. W. R. R., room [127 e Des Moines. 

Heller,) Charles, salesman Hirscli Bros., r 
202w$th. ;. 

Hellmkn, Peter, lab r 1711 e Walnut. ;• 

Hellnier. Vfilliam, portrait artist, r 10(10 

wjOth.] , 

Hellstren, I Carl, wks Wm. E. JMppert, 

608 e 1st. 

Hellstren, Frank, broom sewer Lymj.b 
Janes, r 608 e 1st. 

Hellyeif, Bobertj agt Domestic Sewirj 
Maqhihe Co., 616 w Locust, r 1103 

Scott, j - j 

Hellyer, W. A., [agt Domestic Sewing 
Machibe ,Co.,|r 1103 W Scott, ^r 

Helm, Edvrard, tinner, r |819 w 7th'. / 

Helm, Fie ;eher H., wks Kirkwood Houf 

Helm, Jolm H., igenl agt Masonic Iijs 
Co., r 319 w Tfth. 

Helmbreciit, Mary, dressmkr, r 415 (w 
Center. i , ' 



Helstrom, 



Peter, carpenter, r 415 e 8 41 k 



Heltztel, Henry W., foreman Merritt 
Bush, r 1113 wlOtk | 

Heltzer, A lice Miss, r p} e 7th. 

Helwick, A.bby Miss, compositor^ Pattk 
son, y ance & Co., r 218 F. ' j ! 

Helwick, Addie Miss, bookbinder, r ! 

eF. : ;'. 

Helwick, M. E. Mrs., dressmkr, r 218 

Hemmons, William IL, shipping elk 
Harbseh, r 1033 w 4th. 

Hemping, Kate Miss, student Capi 



City 



6th a\e. 



3omjmercial College, r 549 



Hempstec 



T 



f 



ST 

d [Trimmed 
lo Mannar. 



, Harriet Miss, r 1111 w Loc 



Importing Tjtttpr, 



Henderson, 



H 



Henderson, 




FurGioucdJ. 



3ndc rson, 



.Fair Ground i. 



U jiiven ity, 



Elizabeth 



Henderson, 

Henderson, 

Hendo|r8on, 

endorson, 
Mbit HksfjJr 672 



Eii^a, Grant 18,' eOes koines. 



ende'rson, --,-,- 
Fair Grroundb. 



, Iljenderson, Jol 

Henderson. J. 

13 onderson, 

ijcuderson, 
1323 w 

itende, 
w 
Hendrick, |lrve 



rsoni Yvi 
'Waliut. 



Arlmdre 
Ciajra Mftefc, 
C6urt afre. 



Co., bds 
H^ndrjicks, 



Hendricks, 
son, r 5 

Hendricks, 



In 



H., ci£ ar mkr 
Hotel. 

artist, r 



Cqmrt a ye. 



Hendricks, 
trnit Co 



• Hendricks, 

Hendrjcks, 
rl009 d 



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Jod 



Ifine 

E., 



k. 



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, Gra it 18j e iDes Mdines 

Sai|ah;E.,:';^37'e9th. 

TavW, cil: L. G. (^oinwet, r , 
37tl\j. ' ! n[ 

Wimer Jf J, ^xpressmanl r9&4 



Henry^ fcii;ch,er George 



|IIenkle, CIS 
1 New,r 

Hankie, D. 



Henkle, iN etti4 



School, 
Henn, E. J. 

r 613 w 
Henn, John 



Hennes, Clura 



■ Hennessey, 
cult: 



Washington 



OFFIOK < >V 

■ I- 



Abiam G. 



Alfred, farmer, r 



Bla n ;he IV ips, stu lent 



Gear *e, wj ij;er Savery 
Ho -ace H. 



bkbr pes 
wl8tb. j 

Jairies, f&rmer, ir s d 



1323 



farmer, rs 



w £7th. 



Srliss, 



M:, :r 



of State 

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Stat 
Drake 



811 



1#14 w 



2 



6 12th 

House. 

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Moines 
State 



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M. 



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surveyor, r 



3ternj& 

401 e 

Cat- 

401 e 



Ided 



ii ii i, artist 
i r tftS w 3 ;h ave. 
i I [J bds j Lrdmore Hcjtial. 

Wil LiiW H , elk Gordoji ^ro^., ! 
Pe aisylyt nia ave 1 . 

Hendricksoh, Ainie Hiss, ^yks 
8th. 



Hendricksoi, I Hi as, vks E. 
Weeks, t 4$2 W a 0th. 

Hendry, J. |_W[. 
Moines 



IMiB j, teacher 



EHoe j Mis s, wks 



" 



Ma lufacti ririg & 

Henkle, Belijaiitn F., carpenter, r| is(26 e 
Walnut) ,l| : ' ■ I 

jftoiL iV.j ] minted jHoMnd & 

141!) i3) Capitalaye. 1 i 

T. Mw,rlfe6eWaimkl' 



L. ii 



;tave ingriBalesniin Dps j 

r '" - 1 ' " St Co. 



r 1$2^ e Wfilriut. 

,prin;er Icwa State (Biefeibt^r, 

wjv.-' • •' i ! i I 

M. J attar 1736 e Lyon. 



Mtislflwka Savery 



it it. 



For- 



Ijlouse. 
w Io- 



tas 



Life . Insurance 

IOwK NATIONAL 



Hennessey, ^eorge, pon 
'rooms ijl : 5 w Grand 

Hennessey, Mary Miss, 
'College; r 104 e 10th. 



;er Savery Hoteb 

ave; 

student Callanan 



oo 



Hennessey, I Thomas, jiiphjolsterer Gus F ^ ', 

c gg, 

ege. ■ i 'I 5 §= 

1 Henbingseri' |Fl C.,istudent Capital City - m — 
Commercial (jJolleje, r 826 w 4th. $ j— [ - 

, Martha Mies, wks 723 w g Sjjjr 



Newlen, r over 430 e Locust. 

ljlenn|inger, Frederic, student Iowa Busi- 
ness Col] 



Hennirigstoji 

|8th.. 



Mciines. 



Miss. tailOress, r 311! w s e> 



Henry, Anna 
4th. 

Henry,! Chaitles W., barber and taxider- 
mist undpr 514 e Locust, r 1333 e Det 



i<2 



Henry, Einn^k D. Miss, wks J| N. Christy, 
r s Gibson Cqal mines, Sevastopol. 

Henry, Flora J, Miss, aasti teache^ kin- 
dergart^A Linden School, r. 814' w 

,!F. P.,! barber. W.|iHenry, r 



Henry, 

|DeB Moines 

H^iiry, odorge 0. Rev., .■pagUr St. 
1 [John'a Lutheran chirch, r, 710 w 6th 



ave. 



Henry, George F., (Berryhill & 
jr015'w6th. 

Honry, H. 0., barber T. ?I, Henry, 



!■'! 



8 4th. 



Henry,) ft 

311 w.y 

Hfenry, Jarnes, carpenter, r 31? e d find. ^ 

Hfnry, J. Cl, elk Howaiid & Henr|v| r 1434 o 

wWooaland ave. 

H4nry, J. Howard, abstracts ol title s and 
fcoffin & Henry) 312 w 5tla, r "" 
j 15th. 

HeriryV Johk E., bkpr poffln |& ] 
' j 1434 W Woodland ave. 

Henry, Lizzie Miss, lauhdrejss L. 
bds 109 e Grand 'ave.i ' , 

Heiiry, Maitin, lab Union Cofil €6., rnr ^ 
' feolk county coal mineB, Sevastopol. 



bdnateq S 
11th. 



[ Henry, Marv Mrs^, r 814 w High 
[Henry, Peter, gardener, r Mjiin 

j Herjry, T. |J., barber 301 w Cou 
]J606 w 2 Qd. 

HerJry, Jhcrnas W., (II. & Hi Qb 
' ' w 3rd. 

Henry, Williaiiti A., mould mkr I4\fa Car- f 3g 



one pPipe Works, 



GO.; M, T. V, BOWMAN, ^ 

BANK, ho*i "* 



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feed w 9th s e cor 






He'nrv, William A., enrpenter, r 1612 \v 
llth>v ' ; | ; : ' 

Henry, W. P., student Highland Park 
formal College. . 

Hensen, II., coal and 
Locust. 

1 1 enseal, Herman, cjistumer, r 611 w 
Grand ave. 

Ilenshaw, Cynthia Mrs., r 1100 w High. 

Henshaw, J. B., (Stults & Hbnshaw), r 



1424 w 30th 

Ilenshaw, Mar} r Mrs., 

Henshaw & Clark, (J. 
$1. Clark,) nmi'r 



r 1424 w 30th.- 

B. Henshaw and 11 
agricultural steam 



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-boilers, othce 4()3 w Court ave. 

Hensley, E. T., tailor B. T. Gillett, r 318 e 

7th. - ! 

Hensley, Flora. Miss, wjks Hotel Goldstone. 
Hensley, G. 'M. Mrs., saleswoman M. 



Kiegelman & Co. 



Ilenson, Alfred, miuei 
Henson, Chris, carpe 

711 n 7tli 



Proctor Coal Co. 
uter H. A. Eaton, r 



711 e 7th. I 



Heusou, Frederick, fireman Capital City 



Gas Light Co., r 423 e a 



6th. 



Henze, John 'N,, elk) Younker Bros., r 
Younker Bros., r 1003 jv La Fayette. 

Hepburn, Earl, studont Highland Park 
Normal College. 

Hepburn, Frank A., elk, r 7j20 w 7th. i 

Hepburn, George B-, :. 720 w 7th. • 

Hepburn, J. A., retire I merchant, r 720, 
w 7th. 

Heplinger, Samuel S, painter, r 1137 w 
7th. *-' 

Hepner, Elmer II., toamstflr, r e Tith cor 
Vine. ' ■ I 

Herat, Anna Miss, wks 1193 w 9th. 

Herbert, S. C, traveling salesman, r 436 
w Chestnut. J ' 

Hercules Powder (JoL Perking & Perkins 
agts, 311 w 6th aye. , 

Herkuer, Charles, messenger! Bradstreet 
Mercantile Agency. . j 

Herlson, Oni Miss, wks Des ^Moines Shoq 
Manufacturing Co., r 1332 w Grand 
ave. : i . 

Herman, Agnes Miss, wks Dea Moines 
Cotton Mill. , i 

Herman, Anna Miss, student Highland 1 
Park Norjmal College. 

Hermann Block, 421 w Walnut. 



DIRECTORY. 




HEE 



le -mann, :Frauz, wks Des Moines Cotton 
Mill. 

He -mann, Gus, cigaij mkr W. G: Hegele, 
bds 507 w Grand alve. | 

He -mann, II. LI, elk Younker Bros, r 513 
w Walnut. 

Hermann, J. E., cigar mkr W. G-. Hegele. 
bds 507 w Grand ave. . j ( 

Hermann, Peter, fireman Eagle potteiy, r 



1711 w Walnut, 



i i 



Herrmann, il G., (Hermann & 
20th n e cor Woodland ave 



Cownie), r 
rmann and 1 



Hermann & Cownie, (L. G. H 

John IT. Cownie); props Des Moines 
Glove Factory 312 w (Court ave. 

Herrick, Frederick P., masonj r 520.e 6th. 

Herrick, Oliver P., lab, r w6thavenr 
! Highland Park. 

Herrick, Pinkerton, Saylor, 22, Des 
I Moines. 

Herrick, Si;6}la Miss, student Highland 
j Park Normal (jJollege. " gi 

Herring, CI eater, lab, r over 1225 w 25th. 

Herring, Edward, (Herring E. E. & Co.) 
! r 311 e 5th. 

Herring, E. E. & Co., (E. E. Herring and 
i M. C. [Allen), props. Capital City 
I Steam Laundry, 521 e Waldut. j 

Herring, If. E., mngr Isaac Herring, :r 
over 438 e Grand ave. 

lerring, Isaac, grocer 413 e 6th, r ovejr 

438 e Grand ave. j 

Herring, John H., barber F. W. 
i bds 52(i w7tb. 

Herring, ML wks Des Moines Street R. R. 

co. j ■ ;, '• 

Herring, Milton, Grant; 1, East -Des 
I Moines. 

Herring, W., lab, r 1505 e Des Moines. 

Herrmann, 1 A. C. Mrs.* r 915 w High. 

Herrman, Carl, carriage painter, r-'Main, 
I Sevastopol. . j 

Herrman, J. A., r 915 w High. j 

perron, Thomas B., lab, r 833 w 24th. 
Hershman, Bell Miss, wks 1328 w 26th. | 
Hertzog, William W., elk G. H. Bottsford, 

r 1315 w Locust. 
IHervey,' Frank J., elk J.i T. Hervey, r 

Chesterfield. 
Hervey, James T., grocer, r Chesterfield 



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NIEIJSEN, HANSEN & CO. 527 East Locust Street. 

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Ilervey, J. Gj, Grmt 12, Ghesterfielc. 

ilervey, Willis m i, girdei ter, r 1604 fa] . 

ciist. j > ; y J , • ' 

ifergberg, J. p V\ Labj r j 14 e lltli 

Heskett,jSalat li 3] ,'wks 1 -Vhite LJpe 
, ferCo.,rj L210 V ; M in. 

Heskett, Samuel A, cirpelntei 

; ' |2na\f : 

'Healer, G. H.> WU }3&9 A Maple 

Heiling, Matil Ij , Vf iss, \ rks" 734 ijr fc 

Hbsluph, Jam s in(ner Yan Giiksl 
' Co., r 8 en| 1 1 T< >ff erso 1, Sevas opb 

Bess, Albert "T« (Ijfess! Electrife 
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Hess,H.G. M 8.,rp(i9€ 

Hess, II..L., gbn'J ningr Hess 
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Hess, J. L., tra re i ngj agtj . . , 

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Hethqrington Jacob E., harness mkr Des 
Moines Siddlery Co., r 1435 w 5th. 

Il ) eth(>rfngtbn 1 M.V. (Miss, matron Des 
Moines Home- For Friendless Chil- 
\ dren, '^020 w Pleashut. 

HetieJaet6r, }\. Miss, bkpr Des Moines 
^auufactiiring & Supply Co., r 831 e 

Hetleiketer, Dorothea Mrs., r 831 e 5th. 

Hetlesaeter, Maria Miss, music teacher, r 
li4 e Grand ave, 

Hetlesaeter, r OIaf, draughtsman [ Des' 
Moines Mnhufactufing & Supply Co., 
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, A.lice Miss, cook Baker -& f Wbodj o 



ii^28 ! e 7th 

etzel. Edward, traveling sajesman Kim-i 
ball yiano Co., r 1122 w 7th.. 

fetzlcr, George W., real estate, r 1921 w 
t C(»ttage Grove ave. 

Itetzlor, Ida Miss, r' 1921 w Cottage 
1. Grove ave. 

Heustpn, Eugene, barber, E Poindextir, r 
;3ipw7th. . ] 

Hewitt, Corbin, coal miner, r 1430 e Cap- 
■I . ital aveJ • 1 1 ' 

Hewitti Darius L., carpenter, 1606 w ijjni- 
| versity ave. 

■Hewitt;. J. M„ painter, r 1^36 e Capital 

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Hewitt, Charles, wholesale^ grocer 123 
'" w 2nd, r 908 w 8th. 

Hewitt,- D, C, student Iowa Busir ess 
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: r 1340w8th. ,. I ° 

Hfewitt, Solomon, reiired, r 724 w 3rd, 

Hewitt Street- First r south of Walnut, 
J . frcm bast Sixteenth to Nineteenth. 

1 Hewitt, W.j G 7 foreman Iowa Trunk and 
, , Trkveling Bag Co., r 1340 w 8th. 

Heyliger,; JAlfred V. B., asst mn^r . 
I M<j>ihe8 Linseed Oil Works, re 17th 
cor Hewitt. 

Hayligpr, James, elk Des Moines I 
J seed Oil Works, r e 17th cor Hew 

Heywood, Fred C, (Hey wood & Son 
15()3 w Center. j 

Heywood, J. W., elk State Savings Babk, 
I r 1503 w Center. 

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Heywood, Stella Miss, student Highland 
Park Normal College, rooms College 
Hall. 

Heywood, William T., (Heywood & Son), 
r 1503 w Center. 

Heywood & Son, (Williaiji T. and Fred 
C. Heywood), books, stationery, toys 
and patterns,* 420 w Walnut. 

Iliatt, Alice Miss, wks 1000 w 9th. 

Hiatt, Amos, supt East Des Moines Pub- 
lic schools, r 1124 e Walker. i 

Hiatt, Enoch, carpenter and contractor, r 
939' w 12th. 

Hiatt, Herman A., lab, r so 

Hiatt, Isaiah K., wks Sha\ 
939 w 12th. 

Hiatt,' Jared A., yard foremjan, J. 11. <$ W. 

II. Gilcrist, r 1009 e U 

•Hiatt, Joel, (Arnold & I 
9th. 

Iliatt, Linn, printer, Western News 
paper Union, r 714 e I^aple. 

Iliatt, 11. V., police man, r 069 w 2 let. 

Iliatt, S. L., carpenter, r 1503 w School. 

Hiatt Street.— Cunuinghan's Addition. 

Hiatt, Will Anna Miss, student Capital 
City Commercial College. 

Hibben, Frattk, baggage man, r 783 w 
11th. 

[Hibben, Caroline Mrs., r 1062 w Center. 
Hibbs, Benjamin S.-, livery 309 w Locust, 

r 1318' e Walnut, i 

Hibernian Hall, ovejr ; 314 w 5th. * 

Hickey, Maggie Miss, (saleswoman M 
, lieigelman & Co., r North cor w 31st 

Hickey, Mary Miss, saleswoman L. Tre-| 
'pauier, r North cor w 3ljst. 

Hickey, Mathew B., wks Fidler & Gould,, 

' r North! cor w 31st. • 

Hickey, Peter L, wks Ewing & Jewett, r ; 
North cor w 31st. j I 

Hicklin, J. H., wks C. St. P. & K. C. R.; 
R., rll63 w GtJUave.j 

Hicklin, Nelson W«, engineer Capital City 
Steam Laundry, r 1510 e Capital av<£ 

Hickman, E. T., fruit grower, r w 35th 
cor Hickman ave. 

Hickman, O. W.. fruit grower, r w 35th 
cor Hickman aye. 

Hickox, B. II., wks , Liverpool and Dcs 

( - Moines 1 Packing Co., r 913 e Des 

""' Moines. 1 j 



Hickox, Cynthia J., r 1406 e Des Moines. ' 

Hicks, < Mrs.^ooms 504 w Chestnut. 

Hicks, Delia Miss, stude nt Callanan Col- 
i legje, r 1534 w Woodland ave.j I . 



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17th. 



B. F., (B. F. Hicks & Co.,) r 857 w 



Hicks, B. F. & Co., (B. F. Hicks and ) 

grocers, r 857 w 17th. 

Hicks, Edgar, farmer, r 1534 w Woodland 
ave.' " ,. 

Hicks, John, carpenter, bds 615 e JLoqust 
Hicks, Mildred Miss, nurse rooms 1018 w 
Locust. ' 

Hicks, Hacnah Miss, r 715 w 2nd. 
HickgJ'Orlando, wks Savery House. 
Hicks,! OtLo W., telegraph editor Des 
Moines Leader, jroom 9 Marquardt 

f • , ' r 

Hicks Ralph, stock elk M. Reigelma'n ,&, 
! Co. 504 w Chestnut. 

Hicl^s! Samuel F., (Hicks & Green way) 
barber, r 501 e s 2nd. j J 

Hicks ! , Rithard, wks Shank, "fright 
Wilson, r 302 w Pelton ave. 

Hicks & Green way, (S. F. Hicks aof 
Charles Greenway) barbers under 4l| 
w Walnut. 

Hiern, August, architect, r 1016 w iocui 

Hierb Blojck, 201 and SOS w Walnut. 

Higginbotham, - r — , driver Maple Grovj? 
Coal aind Mining Co. 

(Higginbotham, Arthur C, lab, bds 2 
10th. 



Higginbotham, John S<, lab, bdsi 207 

Higgins, Charles, elk; E^win Higgins, 
918 w Mulberry, j 

Higgins, Edward, r 918 w Mulberry.! 

Higgins, Edward Jr., (Higgins & 0\Dof- 

nell), ir[918 w Mulberry. 
Wiggins, E. H., Blo6mfield,j 23, ^ 

Moinej. 1 

" liggins, F rank, rooms over 221 w Wit 

nut.;;- -i | J J 

Higgins, Ftaink C, (Frank (Higgins & 
r 918 1 w Mulberry. ' f 

Higgins J Frank & Co , ("Frank Higgt 
and Frederick Oed.er),' druggists W 
e Walnut. 

Higgins, John, teamster, r 1221 e I|r|e 

inont. 
Higgins, J. S. lab, r ,12)21 e Fremont. 



h. i sicKEiiS l co., j jmm. £*ta te 

119-123 West Third St. ill Ffntst Buggies a hd CarrliEes. ■|l Br M > 



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jr. and Jim£s 

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irginson, G joiM lab, 

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■hand Pa k-j-I last bf 6th 
C'vicj aye. ! 

rliindijPart GLin jClulb, C. W, 
' pres; will ian I fBurne tt, secy; 
Des Mbin is i iver be ; 3rd add 

Hiijhlaid Par < land Co , R. B. u ._ Trr __ 
'■presj W. W.^ipk,ie(cy; V.T.^e^llj 
tread; 214 wis'' 



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<,t raveling sales msv 
iloihes Gjio^ Worts, r 8?6 e|l$H 
HiLdi, Fhink A, Btlident Highlai| 
' '^orbialCollMe, r826 e im| 
dtlandi Eliza ,3VJ[is8, kks D$s 



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and College £v& Hi ;hland Pilrk.j 

His;liland Park Pi ei tyyte iap Church, I raw 
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Tank! Line Go, roojnii 62i w Sid. 

lorbnind, Josii.h, p'oi trait artist, 

X(Artl|weat|ri] House, i 

,1koi1, lljovi,! wit I And « 'ood, 215 4 5tl; 

[2Wei5th, 

■l|%r, Anna' 1 1 Mak sthdent ' Hiihlafo|d 
ParkiNornjal' Cblleg s. ' • J j 

, Abble Ml a, teacher, r 703 w Flark 

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d # ii f Mulberry.1] | 

iok.rth, north of Walttit 

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Befy barber, r 515 e Columbia. 

Edwin W., mailing c)k Des Mdines 
host ofli.ee, r 1518 w Ljocnst. 

rill, Francis; student Iowa Business 
■l|ge'.' t rj:' , 

Hill,' George W. E., state lecturer 
, G. T., f, 118 w 27th. 

Jlill, b.jW, Mrs., supt laundry LJM. Hill, 
i 809 w Walnut, r same. 

Hill, IT. A., painter Des Moines Street lly. 
1 ! (jo., r 1417 e Walker. 

^iill, jJamesJ r w!8th nr Franklin, i 

:lill, jjames W.^ (Des Moines Nnrsury 
Cp.) r 307 e 12th. 

' lill, ,jj. G., physician and surgqon, over 

323 w 5tli, r 1415 w High. 
I ■ ''"I 

Hill, ,?ohn, bratemsn C. R. Il & P. R. R., 

r J312 e Walnut, 

^Ull, JohnE., Prof Higher Mathematics 
and Astronomy Highland Park Nor- 
mal College, room8 3335 w 4th, High- 
land Park. ' ' 

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Hill, John Hi,' coal miner, r 756 w 9th. 

Hill, John fc, contractor and builder,* r 
J ; 1246. Wi 5th. . , 1 

H^ll, Joiin K., w^ks H. R. Page, r 1315 e 
Pennsylvania ave. 

ill, John W., brakeman C. R. I. & P. R. 
|R|, r 1177 w.Srd. . 

Hill. «funia Miss, r 307 e 12th. 

Hill, J. W., (Hill & Rixtine)J r 807 e 12th. 

Hill; lizzie Miss,, teacher, r 703 w Park. 

, I Hill, Luther M.', steam laundry 809 w 
| v^jtjlnut, r same. v 

Hill, Nancy A. Mrs.j r room ■ 11 Harding 
I- BlkJ ' . 

Ililll, Norman L.,.job printer Iowa Print- 
ing Co., bde 816 w High. ^ 

II 111 Sarrih W. Mrs.,r7p3 w Park. 

Hjlh ^ophia N., laundresfi, r r <85 w 10th. 
lljll, H^Hnnnn, laundress, t 785 w lOili. ^ 

'iljill, ThniiAiH, elk Bentley «fc ()lin«tfnd, r 
' f w 8th Ar Franklin. 

Hill, Walter, elk, r 420 w'4th. 

Hill, Walter, rooms over 221 w Walput. g^ g' 



Hfll, ^filliam. wks Des I^oin^s Street R. 
| R: Co., bds 1537 e- Grand ave. l_ C_ 



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HillJAV. S. t traveling salesman, r w 8th 
cor Franklin. 

Hillj Wyman, W., engineer 
C.R. R., rllll wWahjut. 

Hill & Rixtine, (J. W. Mill and 

brose.J. Rixtine), prop*. Des Moines 
Nursery, over 315 e 5tL . 

Hillary, Mary Mrs., r 010 e 12th. 
HilUard, P. 11. Mrs.^ student Callanan 
College, r College 'Home. j 

Hiljier, George, miner Van Ginkel Coal 
(Co., r nr Polk Cjounty Brick Yard, 
Sevastopol. j 

Hillier, William E., mbtorneer Des Moines 
Electric Street Ky., r .130 w 6th ave. 
i i I ' l 

Hillis, David, pres and treas Guarantee 

Abstract (Company, 213 w 5th, r 853 

! w 7th. ! 

Hillis, Davi<jl S., studeni Drake Uui- 
j versity, room 1106 w ^4th. ; 

Hillis, Isaac L„ atty rocms 419 and 420 
Iowa Loan and Trust Bldg, r 1776 w 
4th. | '';' 

Hillis, Jennie Missi copyist Guarantee 
Abstract Co., r 853 w 7th. j 

Hillis, 1 Joseph W.i mngr Pioneeif Ab- 
stract Co., 207 Av 5th, r w Clinton 1 ave 
bet 0th and lOffj, Oak Park. j 

Hillison, Emma Miss,, saleswoman M 
•Rqigelman & Co., r 2 13 e 5th. ) 

Hillman, David, coal miner r 816 e 1st. 

Hillman, Arthur J., studc nt Capital City 
Commercial College, r 216 w Chest- 
nut. 

Hillman, H. C, sash irkr, Des Moines 
Planing Mill, r plst house nr Belt Line 1 
Bridge, North Des Moines. 

Hillman, J., studeni Iova Business Col- 
. tage. ■ | , . j' 

Hillmer, Henrv, engineer C. & N. }Y. R. 
R.,r 721 e* Court kvL I j 

Hills, A. F., wks Sanjdelosky & Cohen, r 
over 606 e Grand av ?. 

Hills, Etta E: Miss, bill elk Uuiou Mer- 
cantile Co., r 823 w Mulberry, j 

Hills, Marcus A., tjravel^ng salesman .re- 
tail Merchants Association, r i 823 w 
; Mulberry. I 

Hills, Metta M. Miss,' music teacher, r823 
|w Mulberry.; i . ; < 

Hillside Ave^From Bl oom field 'Ave four 
i blocks eastt(j> Int ianola ave,js Dee 
I Moines. 



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Hillside Gardens, Duncan Elder prop, 

1 Clifton j|ve nr Proctor Coal Mjue, s 

I Des.Moines. | ! 

Hiltkel, Minna Miss, ivks 1423 w High, 

Himes, Robejrt, asst bkpr W. A. Edwards, 
j sr 511 w tocustj j j j 

Himmelmaijn, Albert;] collar mWr, r 1218 
1 w Cottage. .' ! 'I 

Himmelmanu, *F. | A!., collar mkr Des 
Moines Saddlery Co.j r 1218 w t (?ot- 

Himrbd, A.M. Mrs., dressmkr, 1162 w 
24th, r same, j | , 

Hinch, Artnur E., bkpr Des Moines Lin- 
! seed Ofl Co., bds r 834 w 5th. 

Hincy, Nojrtbrf D., fireman Daily Capital, 
rj852f jl3th. J | ' 

Hindles, E. JN., student Iowa Business 
|' 'College.' .. i ! ' ■ 
Hiner, Julia j Mrs., r,407 e s 2d. 
Hines, Ada kiss, wks 1330 w 9th. 
Hines, Bridget Mrsj r 846 w 5th. 

Hines, James, brick moulder, r 1610 e 
: Walkeii 

Htn^s, Luli E. Mips, student Highland 
Park Normal College, bds 950 w 5th. 
Hin^s, Mary Miss, I elk Younker Bros., r 
( 184,6 w Sth. | 

IHines, Mary Mrs;, r 334 w s 6th ave. 
Hines, M. |l., elk Younketf Bros., r 846 

'■ wpth.j .!;_!.. 

Hines. Rienard, foreman wrapping dept 
Chamberlain & Co., rp46 w 5th. 



Hinges, Wil. 



iam, retired, r 624 w 13th. 

Highland Park 



i Scott. 
Hinrichs, 



HinkLe, Hirry, student 
Normal College. 

Hirikson, Ethel Miss, seaijnstress Younker 

! BroB., H54 w 4th. 
Hinkston, Samuel G., teamster Perkins & 
i Perkiris' r 824 w 24th. » 

Hinrichs, (Christ, meat jmarkfet, r 

! I ! f : ' I ■ i 

._., Jeriry, elk George D. Carson, f 

e Maple|. | • 

Hinrichs, [peter, ctoper, Cqnsolidateij 

Tank [Line po., r 600 d Scott. 
Hinsey, N. fc>., compositor Daily Capital 1 
I r852fv|l3th. 

Hinton, William X-, >vks'<J. Kiejile, r 101 

• w Crocker, i I " ! 

Hinze, Charles, commercial traveler Ri 



Hinz^ Piano Co., r 743 e Locust. 



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' aye, b Is Morgan 

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H|rsch|Bros),r OT'V 

rsch, Leipold f ( 3irs< ij Bros), r 14R$..w 
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1420 w Wal 
vaten % Louis 

II 'age, Anna ^ 1 
>age, Lewis, vjlS 
1 ard, Oscar; 
, 'Harbach, r 

,Hjiare, Frederi 
man, r| 160 

Ufare, Fred H| 
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rshman, $. , 
Moines Maibl? & Mantel Co. 

.sel,-?. C, kudeii Capital CUM' 
merc}al jtjo lege, i ■ 1019 w M01" 
skey,W.,r4l2^15th 
tchcock, Cut e Miss r 672 w 2J!tli, 

tciicock, Claries H, carperitejj: 
Whiting, ij: 11 ?w J list. 

tchcock, D.B11 rs., i 604 e s 9tl 

tchcock, Fran k W., lab, C.B. &|Qi 
R.,rfl64|ea9t:i[i || •! 1 

tchcock, Kk i L i Mi s, r 672 wj 20<h 

tchcock, M m de L. Vliss, Btiidt nt 
Moines Collk<Lb^ 1720 w ^ h. 

tchew, Maifg^j-et! Mri§, r 1223 e Bubna 

ham 
tchnick, Lelwi3, peddl er,'r 611 ej L&tyih 

tea, D, A]., cfcief clklaiid depat 
State, j • 1208 le Wal 



bridge cai ■ 



R. I., bds Hcttl 



fc rem in SccifieldJ S, 
k:*415 e7fh^ 



F. 



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L. 



., < 61( e 8 

tvks 1204 e Grand 
04 e Grand ave, 

;{ipholstering dep; 
las !!nd. 

ill.ijk S hankland $ ipz- 
jv!3jigh.- ."A* 

(Efoar.j&, Miller)! r|l$09 



tlSrKCO., 

V. 



Thjlrd St. 



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OD 



259 



Hobbfe, Naricy, D. Mrs., r 514* e, 
Hqbert, Rena Miss, wks e Broo 



Hoare, James f., balder and confectionary^ 
$15 w Walnut, r 1149 w|L2th. 

Hoare, Sa^ie G. Miss, student Callanani 
| | College, r 1609 >v High. j 

Hoare & Miller, j ^Fred H. Hoare 'and I 
George A. Miller) boots and shoes 
615 w Walnut. I , ' 

Hobbs, A. I. Rev., pastor East Side 
Christian Church, bda 2309 w North. 

Ifobbs, C. D., student Highland Park 
j Normal College, rooms College Hall. 

HobbsJ Frank, salesman C. E. Risser & 
I^ro., r 810 w Pleafeaut, 

Hobbs, Henr? P. pe^eler, 514 e Walnut, 
r! over same. 

Ho bjjs, James W., harness ^kr, r 1026 w 
Wilpy. , , 

HobbL John r barber Love & 'Smith, bds 
311efth. 

Hobb,p, J. W:, Bloomfield, 20 Des Moines. 

.Court ave. 

Brook cor 18th. 

Hoblifct, M: J, Mrs., r 1313 e 12th. 

Hoblijtt, N. t)., policeman, r 131^ e 12th. 

Hobs^n, Hattie, Miss, wks Hotel Gold- 
stone, i 

Hochmuth, Henry, gardener, r Easton 
■Place. ' v ; | 

Hochmuth, i jMartna Mifjs, t 644 e Des 

Moines. i '■ '■ 

Hochirt, John L., lab, bfa 12^ w 1st* 

Hockfyrsmith,- Ida Misi, waiter! Grefe< 

House. I I 

Hockijrsmith, Mary Mrs, r,lp65 w Park. 

Hbcki'tt, Jefferson L., engineer, r 712 w 
; . f F'leasant. {/ I 

Hockett, Leander, blacksmith, r 634 e Des 
\ koines. ' - ; j ; , . f i 

Hockfelt, Levi, lab, bdB S 12 w lstl. • 

Hockett, V. S., student HighlaJKl Park 
Normal College, roc ms College II all 

Hocksmith, lAnna Miss, wks Des Moines 
Snoe Manufacturing Co;, ! r 1108 
Grand ave. - ' > ; 

Hocquet, Joseph, miner VanrGinkel Coa. 
Co., r Franklin ave, Sevastopol. 

Hoddin, H. E.; wks Des Moines Street 

. • ife Coj , ; I ■ i ■ ' i 

Hodge, O. S., Btudent Capital Oity Com- 

, m^rcial College, a.flfl« w 9th. 

il ,; ' ■ I 1, i ■ ■ 
Hodg|,/S. L., commercial trayejer, r 1105 
( yori. ! .!.''' 



I6RI6ULTI RAl IMPLEMENTS. (^ 




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J. LMA0dN,WHOLESALE ANDREI 



706 m 707 WALNUT 8T. 



Ladlei* Furnishln 



AIL FINE MILLINER i, 

arid Fancy Goodt. 



260 



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teacher Lin- 
h. 

102 e Walker. 

1103 e Walker, 

on Bros:) r 1703 



Hodges, C. H., student Highland Park 
! Normal College, rooms College Hall. 

Hodges, David, minei* Van Ginkel Coal 
Co.; rs Van Ginkel, Coal Mined, 
Sevastopol. 

Hodges, Florence E., .Miss 
coin school, r 1412 \v 8 

Hodges, John B., artist, r 1 

Hodges, 8. X.Mrs., artist, r 

Hodgson, Alfred E., (Hodg.- 
' w.-7th. 

Hollgson Bros^ (A. E., J. II. and J.B. 
Hodgson) wholesale and retail ibicy, 
cles and coal miners supplies, 817 w 
Walnut. ' 

Hodgson, Fred, (Hodson Bros) rl703 w 

7th. 
Hodgson, Haitie Mis?, r 731 w 20th. 

Hcxlgson, James B., (i.Iodgson Bros) r At- 
lantic, Iowa. 

Hodgson, J. II., comp )sitoi| State Register 
1 ! rooms over 221 \v Wa 



nut. 
V. Keith; r 82() 



fcoth. 



IRjdgson, Joseph, tinner C 
I wllth. 

i i 

IltiF, Amos W., physicijin, over 521 \y 
Walnut, r 517 w 4th, 

II<>fF, I). W., supervisor pehmanship West 
■ Des Moines Public Schools, rBlOw 
9th. 
IIofF, Etta Miss, teacher, r 
Hoff, Flora Miss, rlii 27 w 
Hoff, Ira J., carpenter, r 1 
Hoff, John, Ins agt, r 1302 
Hoff, William M., caijpentir, r 1327 w 25th. 

Hoff, William T., Insurance agt, r 1225 w 

11th. ; 

Hoffman, , wkb Iowa Pipe and Tile 

Co., r w 6th ave por School. 

Hoffman, A., Grant 1, e Des Moines, 

Hoffman, Ansel, ca rpenter, r e Capital 
ave, Grant Park. 



1302 ^v 
25th.' 

027 w 25th. 
w20th. 



Gabrio & Spitz, 
kr Cooper Cigar 



» 



Hoffman, Carl, fcigar mkr 
r 1185 tv 4th 

* 

Hoffman, Charles, ci£ar m 
Factory, r 421 e b 1st. 

Hoffirian, Chuist, lab C. rL I. & P. R. R., r 
409 e s 2nd. f 

Hoffman, Frederick !B., teamster, r 1532 e 
Walnut. 

Hoffman, Grant, school teacher, r j523 w 
School. ' * 

Hoffman, Grant, as,st driver hook and 
ladder engine house No. 2, r 1425 e 
Maple. : 



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Hoffman, Gug, lijb, r 4£1 e s 1st. 
Hoffman, J., mi 



Hoffman, R 

i Normal 



I Wright Des Moines Mari- 

i.nd [supply Co., r 1107 e 

9th. 

Ijoff nan, Joiie 
Von, r 14$ 5 

Iloffpian, L. A., 
H. R. Co. 

Hoffman, Niji icj r Misg, wks Miller House. 

i ■ I ' ; ' ! 



Miss, printer P. Q. Ken- 
Maple. 



Wks 



Des Moines Street 



D.i student Highland Park, 
'ojlege. 



Hoffman, Willi im, flag man C. It. I & P. 
R. R., r 421 e s 1st. 



Hoffman, William, 
Forest .aye. i 



Hoffmann, 
Woolen 



.ugust, 



grocer w 6th cor 



wks Capital City 



Mips, r [1183 w 4th. 
Hoffmann, CjJlia^les,. (cigar mkr "V^illiam 



Kookerj 



r421e 



Dean. 



Hoffmann, Frederic! E., harness mkr Des 
1 Moines Haddlery Co., r 1189 w 4th. ' | 

Hoffmann, Henry AY., blacksmith Kratzftjj 
Carriage Cj>., r 309 e 7th. j j 

Hoffmann, Mollis, carpenter, r 113 w Grand ' 



E ; , pre 8 andtreasDes 



I 

w 



ave. 

Hoffmann, William 

Moines Imuidlerjjr Co., r 906 w Grove^ 
Hoffmeier, J. S r , (Hoffmeier & Co.), rover 

1 421 w 6th. \ I • 

Hoffmeier <» Co., (Jl. S. Hoffmeier and 
A. McMilkn) grocers 308 and 310 
7th.- 1 . r P.". I , 

Ijogan, Anns, teamster, r 1547 e Grand 

Save. ■ I • " ■ i ' 

Hogan, Annfc Miss, wks 903 w 7th. 
Ho£an, E., teamster Bloomfield Coal Go.| 
Hogan, Emna Miss, wka 714 w Walnnt. \ 
Hogan, J., ear repairer C. St. P.-&KG. 

R.R. ■] j , ' ' J 

Hogin, Johit rjiiintjer Iowa {State Register, 

rU7ed9t'li. ' 

ChurchJ r J91Q wj River. 

Ho*an, Jolra E., prakeman C. R. I. & 

R. R., btis b09 !e Walnut. 
Ho^au, Lizzie Miss, binder Western 
,i ograph Co;, r 217 e 8 9th. 

Hogan, Maggie jMiss, teacher CurtU 
School, k 21,7 e| s 9th. .[ 

Hogan, Timothy, traveling salesman, r 



^an, Johri; sextqn St. Ambrose Catho 



If 



1547 e (£rand 



live. 1 



Ho^an, William, lt|ib, bds East Des Moifes 
I Ilousi' 



EstanjsM p.) NATURAL STONE, Home Foreign S '. w 

(elepnOne 394, ) WA. 8TEELE. QuarrlM In Majlon Ooujity. ( W6St 80UID 3d 



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Ibgebqom, Lucy 



laundry, i • tifi 

Hlo^eboom, layer 
i pry, r 517 k 1« 



'521 w 3rd ■>. 
H )gin, Blaric i j M(6s, r 
Ibgan, MabebjMi 



H )gehmd, S. 
II )gq.ui8t, Gu 



DES 



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tai WW. 



r e 2nd car AUen, 



ti eager B 



I{ >hberger B 
ave. 

Hihberger, £. 
508 e Lo 

' Hohbergfer, 
13th. -'. 

» 

Ityhborgerf Jp, 
10th, 

isfngtori, A .1 



Mill Mi |J8»2dj 



i lien's 



MOINES DIRECTORY. 



|f»H, MO. MamifactMi^rt of 

. oerMoim High Grade Flour 

ilCTOBY. hol 261 



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|A.' Mrs., w 

t 1{ f h \ • 

p., < : river A leh'sila m- 

Ibgelin, ClaliOiiik stident Ira sei I'ni- 

r versitylbfe.^i w 25th. ' t .. ' 

II )gin, Annie IjS. jtyjrs., boarding hoiisij, r 



521 w. 3rd. 
4l r'5^1 w3jrd. 

Hearts &||C6. 
oomfiell Coal Oo. 



H 

II 

II 

.rllJLO; 

H(jlahan,^il 
ran. 

lbray, Mile 

Hclbrook, jj. 

H(icomb,Ail 
11 

Hdlc0mb,-6i 




&)4 und 606 



II( 



, hardware jar id 

, rl222is " 

H;;hald 



V 12j;h. 
wrre, 



if., pfjedman, r 



teamste r, 



Grand 



4th, 8 Def Moines. , 

isington, L % wsptab te; imstejr. . \. 

; Hoisingt'( r j |rjl315 jth, sjDes iloines. 

lahan, Jane a ^4 Rani j or Cipitolj 111 

i r ill J e «. tJx. . j 'it- i . i' 



i. 



ei iMLJJJIiss, wks D^ls 
at WorWj r 11017 n Crocker, 



20mb, is* ? \ real: ea 
»i5th > .r.l55»lw , 8th 



ioui 



ier J|B. Loi 

w Divi 
25,Des|.Mo 



ilsilonj 



eststearid bhns 



Miss, [printer 
152$ w 6th 



ifeftl 



ihSlnterer, i\lO! 




Review 
w 



■ii '■ 1 

. Mijy housek^ej e r, r 



s, w^s }420 f Wd)6d- 

•to 



Fritz, machinist Eagle Iron 
1334 e Wttfker. v i 



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Htlcomb, pair 
■ Publishin 5 Co 
Hclcomb, Free 

H(|comb,(^lo(ii|a;:«i l s., i 1017 w C r|oc kifer. 
[.Holcomb, J,l F^teali^ter,' r 1014 \v 12ttti 

[Holcomb, M|, 

: wCentdr. 

Holcomb, Nel 

land ave. ... 

Hokomb's Additioni-fA m 'pleisan 
|Centeribe;pth! ( dpdl!Hh, 

lllolde^er, Georcle, Mf arid feed, i- 13 
r 26th. • . I; ;■:•': i j 

|'Hoyenian,C. )|, rjl 720 * WoMhW itfe 

j Holden, Henr^ , leato ^ter j lureka < :bai 
r nr qor \y lltlx'tihd & iilbem 



Holden, James, engineer, C. St; P. & K. 

"C., , R.R:,r 1022 w- Locust. ■ 
Holdin, John, engineer C, St P. & K. C. 
R. R., r ^007 w Walnut. I 'I 

Holdinbkch, 
Works, r| 

Holehan,' Frank, machinist, r 818J e Lyon. 

Holehan, James E., wks Capitol Bldg, r 
; l|l9e 9th. , 

Holeliari, Lucy, Miss, printer, r 728 e Lo- 
ciist. ■ { ' ■ 

Hdlehan, ^atildh Mrs., dress mkr r 1119 
* -'.eOth. ' ' U> ; 

Holehan, Patrick, lab, r 818 e Lyon. 

Holehan, -Theresa Miss, 1'bkpr Elysjan 
Fish Markbt, r 818 e Lyon. 

Holenpurg, CJajra Miss, wks W. A. Park, 
l|lB5 w Pleasant. 

Holla^ay, S. M., student Highland Park 
Informal College. . j . f , 

Hollanl, Ella Kids, dress riik •, r \y Beaver 
ayp, see 32. , ' 

Hollahl James, farmer, r jw Beaver ave, 

' I sei 32. ; ' j < 

Holland Lydit. Miss, (saleswoman H. C. 
1 ! Ifarris & Co., r Beaver ave, sec 32. 

■ Hollani ThereBa Miss, teacner Pleasant 
■v Hill School, r Beayer ave j sec 32. j 

Holland. A.L pres Capital City i State 
^ Baak,r;1324e 9tlL , 

Holland, Adolphus, pointer, r 935 mr 10th. 

Hollarijl, Anna|Mi88, elk H J 

i r'1088 w24th. ,| 

Holland, Anria A. Miss, 

i thorne sclool, r 1108 W 6th ave. 

Holland, Catherine Mrs., r 520 w 6th ave. 
olland, Char es, collar mkr Des MoineB 
Saadlery Co., r 1014 w Grand aW. 

Holland, Chrh tianna, r 1108 w, 6th ave. 

Holland, Dani ?1 W M train dispatcher C, 
I R. I. & P. R. R., r 540V 6th ftve, 

Holland, JHeniy A„ lunch counter C, B. 
& Of, passenger depot, r, 711 w Park. 

JHolland,' James, brick mason 11. X>. Janes 

i & Co., r 3lt) w soth. 

Holland, Jam ?s,- steam fitters, r 1014 



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teacher Haw- 



w Grand ove. 




Des Moines. 



Holland,. Jame 3, -Valley 32, 

Hollaul, John, lab', r sioUr h 5th, 

Holland, John II., (Holland & 2v'ew), r" 
• | 106^w24th. , 

Holland, Katid 5liss, r 1014:w Grand ave. 



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DES MOIKES DIRECTORY. 




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and PLATE GLASS. 



810W. iOCUST ST. 



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Holland, Lydia Miss, saleswoman H. !0. 
Harris & Co., r vj 25th] Cottage Grove 
ave. 

Holland, Mary L. Missi stenographer 
<Jfnion Mercantile Co. j r 1108 w, Gth 
ave. ;' ] j i 

Holland, Michael, latj, r 10i4 w Granq ave. 

Holland, P. S., secy Union Mercantile 
(Jo., r w 8th s e dor Crocker. 

Holland's Sub-Division— From Pleasant 
■ flo Park bet 11th and. 13th. ! 

Hollind, Theresa Miss, teacher Pleasant 
Till School. | ' j 

Holland, Thomas, plumber Laing & Seo- 
i'ille, r 1014 w Gjrand jive. 

Holland |& New, (John II. Holland and 
Henry S. New),!glass, wall paper and 
painters supplies, 01,0 w Locust. 

Hollems, C. B., billiard hill 403 e Gth, 
JlllT eGth. 

HoLenbeck, "Eliza 
Woodland ave. 

Hol erati, ■. Miclnel, foreman Western 
Newspaper L'nion^ r |)23 w 17th. 

Holiett, James M., ciirar mkr Frank Al- 
fbrecht, r 792 w 12th. 

Holiett, John, retired, r 1810 w 8th, 



Holiett, Thomas, S., 
r792 w 12th. 



Hollidav, John C 
i New, r (149 w 1 

Holliday. Orrie E 
.'■ Kurtz, r 049 w 



Miss, wks 1013 



r 



w 



elk J. C. Ballautyne, 



Hollidav, Belle 3Iisk wks A born House. 



, painter Holland & 
2th. 

baker Schiller | C. 
12th. 



Holiday, Sarah Mrjj., r 4J5 w 9th. 
Hollida}', William, 
1049 w 12th. 



elk 



Moeller Bros., r 

Hdllingsworth, Ernest, wks S. Green & 
! Sons, r 1320 e Walnit. f | 



' nut. 



Uw\ Roofer 



HOL 



Hollpgsworth, I. C. Mrs., r 1320 e W^il 






Hollingsworth, Henry, boots and shoes! i 
|)2!)w7th. [ 

■ HolHngswoijth, Jerome, traveling sales 
man Black Diamond Coal Co., r 702- : e 
Maple, j , j I ' " ! | 

HolhngBwoxith, jKjchard, teamster Polk 
County Coal! Co., r east end Hillside, 
. s Des Moinek i 

Hollingsworth/tR L.J (Hull & kollings- 
jvorth), |r Gifant City, Mo. i • 

Hollingsworth, Willis, real estate, r 929 w 

> ^th. I; ; ■ ' I) 

Hollis, Alfred, pftlce elk Daiily Capitajjr 
jl323e pes jMJoines. I 

Hollis, E. Bl, carpenter, r n w cor 3rd and 
Ovid, Highland Park, j ■ | 

Hollis, Harry, elk L. H. Kurtz, r o