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Full text of "1892 Des Moines and Polk County, Iowa, City Directory"

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THE HAWkEYE insure* 'pjopurty against tiro, lightning niul [tarn uWk,, all 
* ]mn\ mori lo.-se* ami has a larger Surplus overfill' liabilities thin j(ny c 
liiirolv a honitj institution, 'routining itjs business to Iowa Mono, Aq to i,ts :i 
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; ' The popular short Mine between- ChitajK) 
'Joseph, Minneapolis njnd Kansas ', ,City]. > l r Jiiqio|4|y 1 
•Northwest running. Mann Boudoir C;ii*s, Klogi 
Iservice, Palace Sleepers. Combination Sleepera an 
and finely equipped Day Coaches. 

- ' For tickets, sleeping car reservations, hiaps and,Uime 



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ables, ^ip 

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Kirkwood House, or at depot, corner Fifth and Cljurryj StrejdtsJJjBesIMoin 



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AND REALIZE THE MAXIMUM OF SAFETY, 



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PURCHASE YOUR TICKETS VIA THE BJRLII^aTCN' ROUTE 



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ahd Loan Ass'r. 




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; eicurity. p In other 'vprd.sj a 
jsfcrritnja^gregatel salving of ; 
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itj.dip any otmr.jway. [What labor; \ 
mfy W3'jild]save! tVam (K) cea s, 

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'* tj time deposits $F / 



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repay.' thtf' loan Mn | 
; yHY. HAY jRENT?? 
'flrjd to have a home; of 
Examine* our plan pare- 
agents or,>vritettheh6nje olTicje 




peiits' Clothing Clean 



and; Tabic Covers, Window Curtains Cleaned or JGo 1 
GloW Dyed Black. Orders by mail promptlj' a 



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PRICE (LIST SENT ON APP 



?d or py e|d wi[thoi|it rlppijig. F» 

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1 ■■"l5i/ ( hslh \Fh/<Javba WiM Ai//y at iff Pi W 

oVocAj. [HaiDhijgCarSimeel 
tientioh is cM<f o bur nmtiipi 
on our jrpinj/tc.ft, M(ch Wve$ 
M.ddilyl arrives U fanac 
mtor afl ^onnfcfois West? 



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Th|e ( First Thing to be fSpnsideredJn ,Lii 

HE INVESTMENTS of the WASHINGTON are I] 

• on real estate) anil United Stales and New York S 




plianicje \Vith 'the lawB of the State of 

TONsS -assets are invested in loans on 13 

J* - 
cornpanv. (See Connecticut Insurance 



Report, l.«, p«rgc \M\.) ] 



The Policies of the WASHINGTON, are 



THfeY 7t R E — Non-f(j)%itable 

THEY SRE- Unres.rrcted as to residence and travel [if 
THBY; 75 RE -Incontestable after two yearsi 
THEV SHE- Secured by an Investtd Reserve. 
THfey 2t RE— Solidly backed by Bo ids and Mortgaged, 
ThIeY* TtR.E— Safer than Railroad Securities. 
THEY* 2£RJE— Not affected by the Stock Market 
THEY K RE— 'Better paying investments than U. S. Bjor 



Bhlnds and Mortgages !(rf "s 
St.'.tc: Stocks and Bpnds, 
tew York. S:U>2 per cent ..of- tile \|a$'.I 
mds and Mortgages, /being iche largest ({)f 



Easily Deineq. 



THfcvY KRIE — Less expensive than Assessment Certificates. 



THpYffRE- More llberalUhan the 
THiEfV; KRE- Definite Contracts. 



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Y HffVE — Cjuaijanteed ca^h su 



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law requires. 



'render values for 



or two years. 



JLM.iyiEDIRTE SETTLEMENT 







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Offifcefover Iowa Natl Bank, \ i DEff jVipiNpS 

\ .[j j'« ' i i (Sw Left Sido Linos.. 1 



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Runs diily, between thc ,; sibo\te ']';>( 



alliinfWmatjionl call Ion, pr Address 



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(>y the ddy $ a 

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inneooiipfojf Watuaau 

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coupon ticket 

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]Ce-;ia-Bha no 
ashore. 4- Ai 
Chicago* ! Milwaukee 1 j& 



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aridjk|uka 



pueoria, ' ^Vupi 

and wida KoshRonon *; 



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iaha,»FomaL 
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Pukwana, 



c|iieftam', M^noq 
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Peoria, St. L^ouis r pejsMoin^, 
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Trains from Red Win& Fariba 



t Watervillc jvi'tji past; Ipipre:^ [Trains tp 



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Solid Throtairh Trains' from Manfeatb' to, .St Paul, 



making Direct; Connection 



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jMinneapolis, 
and West. 

Elegahlj pay, Palacej Dining 
Cars are run on all Through' Trains. 

11?° Call (>n or write to any A< 

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to! land North 1 



■or ial I l^bints. I^orth 



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Lowest Rates,! Sleeping Caij .I&rtfy 

N. H. TRljESbftLE, 



t> 



Receiver. 






arid Pulimalri Sleeping 



eht bfi i the Ctampanyj for 
or l f iriU Tabids. 

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Deliver Day 
7|oV.]o(?k 



ftiakjny 
iji point 1 !. 



OFFICE^ 



Passenger Station, 

of fourth street. 



ER, Ticket Agt. 

Mangr. ! 

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. A^ent/, - ; 



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INKS •'( 



',i DES MOINj'KS CI-IT DIRECTORY 



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TELEPHONE 58671 




STEAM 



THO MAS BECK, Manage r. 



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Miners of Second a 







FIRST PRENllUiyi AT IOWA STAT? FAIR $F lt|$8 



522' Locust Street, 



OES MOINES 



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RAILWAY. 



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Pu^lma 
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Sleeping ard Parlor Cars is 
go, ViaiDufa nd *^ | Dining Car 

)re arrival aft Chicajfo. 

VAto 1.INE 

Cars ia run between Chicago 
, in both d reel ions 

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♦ ♦♦♦♦ SOLID TRAI 

fr6m 

S^. Louis and Kansas City ! to pueblo ihd Denver, 

i Via the Colorado short Lin 



r-QUIPPED 



WITH 



THROUGH PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPING CARS. 



S. H.H.CLABK, liit Tic 
H. C. TOWKSEND, flea. 



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ItVlof Mexico i 

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TH 0NL1 ONE CHANQE. 



C/? 



a Laredo 



3T IJINE 



to JSan Francisco. 



C.TO 1 VKSERD'Gi i.'l Pas*, a* Ticket Ageit, 




ST,L0UtS^AIRp,MP9J$ 

AND ALL POINTS BEYOND. 




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eclining Chair C 



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and Pullman 



m$i Sleeper^ 



( FROJf TEXAS 

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Thraugh [ Coa^he§ and ^ 





INE 



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Hman Buffet SleeperS . 



And dt 
lines wl 
fer across the [city. 



f 
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aliverink passengers n depots $ connecting 
rjthouCf long And disagreeable oinniptis tr$nal' 



v. 



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TO ALL POIKTS IF< THE 

SOUTH 




if 11 . : ! 



AUTexas Lihqs have through tickets oh sale via 

The Cotton Belt Route. 



Ratcjs, maps, time tables ind all information will bi 
cheerftiUy furnished on ap pupation to any agent 
, the Company, or r l f | p ,■ 



i '• r f< 

It. M. CARtElj, 

Trading PaM.'r Aj£t 

FT. WORi)h, TEXA^ 



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6eoera| Pass'r As't, 
TYLER, TEXAS. 



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AND 



PHl'VATic-sciioor 



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NATE!) INST 
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NINO AN Al-IMIAIKMfCAjL , 

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KLLAN CQtJS DIKItCTOKlf 
jTKKWSOrCOUKT.l CHIIM: 

x, Win 



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AND 'POLKi 'COUNTY 



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LA&tHEI^ 



i .- 



H 



Oitumji to 



iViym 



OltY * 



AMI 



in: 



Ik. 1^. J 

comwm-xs 



^«T or a 
Tin i.tniti. 



uuK or 



CO/5 





AHI<ANGKI) 'LIST Of J 
STKfcKTANI.>AV>CNWJ- 

:vh and <:ountV 
i rnts ; roi/uif.Ks, i*(i& 

.lOTOS; HANKS; INCoJU'O 



' '/ /. 



IJSINKSS FIRMS 
('.illlDK; MIS- 
)J<I'ICKHS, 
JCANI) 



sorrimES; lO'.yiHW 

(KttS AND KA'KLY 

'iu^' city, im:. # 



.OMi'MtiR 



s 






NESS DIKkTOKY. 



i\ 



# 



T> 

)N< 



dLi< a| co., 

AVI) I'll ll,|HIII'ltl5, 

WOINlJS. i 




nx hi..) i)^i 
irtoTOh/ o. ' 



7~ 



<o.,U 



Tii*|orjri<:« or 







INDEX 



-,c r - 



« J PAGE, 

Abbreviations I4i! 

Alphabetical Li§t of Names v. 145—1 

Alterations Removals etc.; 15- 

Business Directory L._ ... 003— 70(f 

Financial j Department .... 83— IOC , 

Foreign Business Directory.., opp 700 



K 



! 1 



Manufacturing, , WSercahtjile 1 abd[ 
, Professional! Department 
Miscellaneous Infor matiori . 
Paris and fublic Buildings 
Polk Courity|Resideht43ir^ctojry 
Street and Avenue Quidel 



> * 



INDEX TO MISCELLANEOUS 



PAGE 

101-144 

47- 81 

.44- 45 

.557-602 

17-44 



\ 

r ^ ' 1 ; 

.Ancient Order Hibernians. 

I .Ancient Order United Workmen.. 

|! Asylums and Hospitals _.. ? 

; B %a k s j .... 4 ... L .... u 

!Board of Dental Examiners. 

Board of Education . ^ '. l ■ 

; Board of Medical Examiners 

Cemeteries _.. _ 

I .Churches ..L.^. !.._.! 

; j City Engineers [Department 

City. Governrpeht. 

City Printer ..!._ 

Commissioners of Pharmacy. 

Common Council „ . • . : . 

County and Township Officers 

Courts 1 .......... — 

Department of Health . _ . t 

jEiks:....... r ....;.i.:-. i --.;. ; -..- 

1 Express Companies: ; 

Federal Officers K.. _.'... 

Fire Alarm ^Stations I 

File! Department 

Foreign Consuls '.....■ 

Government of the ^tate oi Iowa.. 
; Grand Army of the Republic..'...^ 

Incorporated Companies _. ... 

| Independent Order of Good Tem- 
plars ,...-----. i 

Independent Order Red Men. 

Insurance Companies. 

IOofKS B_... .:-. 

Knights of Honor.. j . 1.. 

Knights of Pythias .* 

Labor Organization.'. 

Legion of Honor.... 

Libraries _.; 

Location of Chemical Engines. 

Location of Hook arid Laader 

n 'Trucks ..l 1 _. 

iMasonic Organization. :".. 



PAGI 



re. 




Medic al arid Dental 
Me&aat Colleges 
Mercantile Exchanges 
MilMa^i.-lLL.i... 
Miscellaneous and PrivateJSchoQ 
Miscellaneous Clubs andi iSociet 



, Musical! Societies 
* Newspapers and PuMicafibnsL.L 
Northwestern Legipn'of Hpjioc^.L 
,Odd Fellc|ws.„.d 
Officer 3 J bf .Independent 
' i'SoPfStfj District's., 
iand Bands 



Orcihestr 



\Qrdef. 
places 
Police 



f 



t. '(Sec 



Public 

I.J..J: 



of the Sdnjs of St. 'George, 
of Amusement. . ;. . 1 1 - 



r 



lj>epar tment. . . jj. i\ . . y. . 
Political I i Organizations. . L I , - - . - u 
rPo^t,Officel...!.i.J......L4--'..'.L 

Precin&t Boundaries... _„b'J' 

Railroads'' v r ^. . . . . T . _ i L ll 1 

for" Public tiajrriages 
jbi -Societies 



Secret 

Select 

Stake 

State 

State 

State 

State 

State l 

State 



:t 



t 



Rates cl Fare 
Romari Catho 
Royal ^rcanriijnj 

Schoql$ I -L ~- - - - T - 

Societejslj.^.i. 

ights of Americaj 

»ricult iral Society.. J 

aard o !" (Equalization 

^ard o: Health ---UJ 

ard o : p R Commissioners 

irticuitural 3ocietytjil 



06 
00 
07 
07 
09 
07 
00 
09 
79 
70 

50 
71 

78 
171 
48 
08 
1 71 
51 
73. 
48 
80 
78 
4 



r 



United 
United 



ine In^pectc 

Hi-.: 



Street Railroadp 



Ancient Order of Druids .'. 






Order oi American 
mei t, 

' Univers ties arid Colleges _ 
Ward B sundries ' 
Woodmen '■''■ ^ 



11'. 



l^~ 



Work 



V 



n 

78 

50 

50" 

5.5 f 

501 

50. 

50 

55 

73 

78 

78 
80> 
51 
78: 



1 \ , - i 



Mo 



ilwau 
e leac 



exeVtictJ 
,volumu5 



1 meih 
less t 
the 



the 1892, 
IjJjNctory m£r 
hod of i 
: nes in .li^i 
Unionl 
jqe'.^tPk 
rig cities; 
begi] 
are maq 
ajt the* 
as been 



can \ ass 



oi 

ha 



wo 



citize: 



Hsr 



f^V, 



reus 



exclusively 



';' I 



mpn o|f th|e ip^sj Mo 



saiew 
ublrci^iqn. 
Wit^theryECjpal k 
Ifew Yot« 



.ten v\|e€ 
the voi 



u.i 



ne 



dsL complej 
bootfnjaler's art it 

facilities i \d 
fir it is pre- 



COllf 



ted I 



the 

kn : 

ly it wil 
itory in 
rom entir 

|y| for its las 



5' 



flpus^bjf 
object of i. 
iU hose seel) in 



KlilyfinaM^ 
tx y: In this" 
positive aslur 
tfe the- rebuilt 
of Messrs.^ 
and mo 
l]>e i ompilatiap 
icaticns, 
bther((oiiotr 



i i ■ 



;en sparec 
Moines Di 



Ees 



ml complete Dt 




i \> 
tie 



lirtiir 






: tie e 



; Chjfcugc 



i 



Mpneapolis, pc a 
andifrest, thej'direc 
ay 1st, aBditheu| 
:6' issue thtiresp^cti 

jiest mbm;nt. (''ilr'h 
and no v i: 



[rbm 
is 

As" 



[ptediherie, 
* ' the !.i iceptio^ 
presetted 'ip 
a product jqf 
; | a inbute to the pub 
d possibilities o£ 
mihentiy kibbme 
llatfon; ■•< pijipting 
beep! done her^ 1 
mpare favpi 

lop, if having fceejn 
procured 



QJ 

ive 



new type, 



tl 



tiie in rhind thit 
directory istibidireC:, 
^ informatio i jto sure 

jd'rely upoi lp |s 

sspect we c«.n,givf 

\ • ■ .. • ■ 1 t .» 



;rn ;t 



All tpe work 
been, 



has 

tlPdlk&C 

■'"■* UL"'' 
extensive 



untie* 

ojwiio' 
% en^ige 



dire^tbriesiland s 

in th 
$e or p an t 

' L.jJ It' 

editfc tf 



»n antfp 



' Nb |J®F e 
making thi 

ijectpByj ; q 

ss to tti It 



'•!• i 



m 



any'cjty 



tl 



at cur 



the Union! It is our 
requiiremepts o t f this 
that'epcl wfelhave ,li 
sp^busly 



I. 



!nd con^qi 
ypenre. 



i r 



^nnoii l 



tie 
tie 



en; 
and 



th 



y. 



ae 



ig«4 

im ik 



Uniteii 



States, Can 
peaj^dities. Thii 



de sire to meet the full 
g owing city, jancj to 
io ed most eajrinestly^ 
i^iQUt regard] to ex- 



; ^^(R. JL. Polk <S Co ) h^iye established 
bere a permanent of 5< e, and will place on 
ifijie tor the free fuse ol citizens and strang- 
ers din ciories of iall 



■ i 
c merit. 



c ties and states of the 
ic a i and many - Euro- 



i| ret 

>fess 

I raake'f pes Mpme's 
cop&aerable publisbi 

' '' e i t:4 J J ■ '. ri 



al men. 
s the (ntJenticjn 



emblc y 
l men - 



We 
tioned 



W our 



Uiclst 



will 'prove a 1 yalpal)! i ac^ifrijtiof- •} M of 
; c provenience '|tc business ana jpro- 



■ I 



of ihekompjainy to 
h|e headquarters for a 
business, and toM 
qui^e a force of 



ri g 



b£ ice 



A residepl raai ager will locate here; t 
have had* |the -JD es, Moines office men- 
in the cards and stationery at all 



otirt offices throughout the eritipe country, i 

,ahd these cards andthtterhaads ar4 widely i 

r • ' FH" 1 1 • i ; n ■ | | ■ . . ■' 

distributed in th^e course of the years busi- 

ness. ,,-/;: /'■'!■..■■ I \ 

,1. Copiies, of this issue of the Des Moines 

bireclory will fae«seii t to all the offices of 

the company in;tljfeJ«veral Sections of the 

Union.fand by jekch mge to <all principal 

citiesj nojt only!| in die, United States, btit 

in Canada and Europe. . 'J 

We have amajamjig faith in th^ future 

if ' ' r *' ' ! become I identi- 



i, , ...... 

of this jfcity ahdjare fcere'to 1 

jfied with its interest!,. and, 

power lies, to |prprao(e them. If ourAef- 

forts td provide pes Moines with a credit* 

' ' I • ' ' ! ' ' I ' 



so far as in our 



DES MOINES CITY; DIE 



!! 



:CT 



oIby'J 



able city directory "merit the support of 
the citizens,; we have no doubt that iti will 

be accorded. , • . . , 

* ]'•< Population. 

Itis the custom pi directory publishers. 
j to estimate the population of their respec- 
i tive cities from the date of the annual can- 
i vass, and these estimates have been found 
I to closely approximate state and. govern- 
1 ment censuses, and are believed by many Jo 
be more nearly correct. In common with 
! other citizens, we" have looked forvMrd 
1 with considerable interest to I the result, 
that. would be revealed by the thorough 
and searching canvass that \ve know has, 
been made for eveijy name that propierly^ 
belongs in the Directory. But as the can- 
vass progressed any I apprehension that it 
.would fall short of expectations were jdis- 
pelled. The resultli^ such conclusive: evi- 
dence of Des Moines' steady, jeveniand 
rapid growth that it must prove rpost satis-, 
factory to, all. There are in tjliis iDirettory 
24,936 namesj. an increase ; over! last 
year of 5,4t3T names. The toial dum- 
ber of names in this volume, 21,!|30, gjnul-' 



tiplied by 2%, giVes Des Moines aj popula-; 
iionof 68,5T4.i , j " •' 

But our estimate is made on the most 

conservative basis — berhaps tog jconsejva- 

. tive! for many publishers multiply the 

number of names by 3. On this basis'Des 

1 

Moines' population is T4t,808. Buf- 
falo uses UVt as a multiplier, Milwaukee 
'2.90, Brooklyn 4^, 'St Louis a, Min-i 
neapolis 2y 2 - The elder cities or the East; 
use a larger multiplier than young Western 
cities, upon the hypothesis that the names 
in other directories more generally repfe- 
. sent heads of families. •■> -., ' ■ 



Ijrn'Q!- 

Moine 

increai 

vealed 

follow 1 ! 



dei 



er Ithat it may be 



i; 



combai'es with other cities 

. r ' .« ■ ' ; II',. i 



seen.hqw Des 




tie 



Ci 

i 

Indian 

Seattle 

Denver 

Qmah 

JMTilw 

Des Mo 



aiike. 



e 
ties. 



the 'number j of names, 



in the 
as re^ 



1S92 directory, we cite t'ha 



.-I 



Whe 

ii id 



ii 



methods 

— and 

lation 

growth 

must 

means 

We 

cities, 

a ver 



ev0id of i he 
which she 



he tr- 



ansitory 



rio. of 
y. , . Year l|jameS| 

ipoli3__.j:_L_180p |()2i008 

lj80;l 21,515 

1890 54,548 

.189^147,007. 

.1890 170,521 

.1892 $4,936 

n it is remembereditnait 



T 



In-! i 
crease! 

2196b 1 
3,971 

10,979 
1,400 
3,789; 

5,437 



Des ^foineis 
lements and 



boori' 1 . 

hasJ never encouraged 

• ■'! . - I [ 

and] fluctuating popu- 



b^ 



names, 
of Des 
city hp 
been 
lapse 



ncidenst thereto, the remarkable 

i ' Jl l f I l -I ' • 

shown by-tjhis/ issue of 'the Directory 

all! the> more, gratifying, for [here, it 

a permanent and lasting accretion. 

could <j:ite (some high! pressure ".boom" 

the latent directories of whicp show 

large decrease ! iri trie number'- df 

The following tabl 2 of population 

Moines will show how steadily the 



r 



cf 



p 

'adorns'' 



In 185i 
In 18G(P, 
In 187 
Inl88'(] 
In 189( 
•Inl 



1 the 



fl (R 



grovvn, anjd ; that Here thure hds 
pfcriofl of retrogression— no col- 

ill 



population 1 was 

::::i':fc: 



LVPolk&Co" 



Tha 
ing in 



idly 
als wl 
prevai 
by the 



1,502 
3,095 

12,055 

l22,6)0 

..[ -j 53 /4pG 

s canvass) [6$ 574 



thelcity ii developing arid ekpand- 

all h(sr varied industries, and i*ap- 

gsjining cj>n porhe of her amtytious>hv- 

ere ['Hj;h pressure'' methods /have 

ed. is siown beyond perad venture 

figure;; jjbove.^ivein) j 1 

1 ' ' R. L.,POLK &:pO. 

' T I ■ ' - 






-! 



'« 



Lova 



fntRsago, before the white; maiijjiaqp si 



us, lijipiries.' 
begjin . 
he nijiclljesiof the pre 



imrti 



agleyes upoathe, 




what kai: destined to 



territory suiifoun 



Sac and Fox Ir dians teld 



pi™ 1 * 

melt put 



js a 



Uni nw|iafe ( i's n 
)f ilia State, th(i 



City, pile 



risers . 



ad jRaccppiirri 
e ittle steamer Ioae 
e taijhmentof officers and 
pijqiwas.sobn flijectejd and fc 



proud. 
■The 
held 
mimp 
Fort 
Ailen 



ii 



•f 



33 



ctbber 



frpn: 



I S 



If'.. 



be tte great Stkte 



of i : 

trie f j inctlio 



/as. 
j lupines. 



f, ,a :. 3> 



This 



A 




swuy 



Of 



diig!. ( tDe,pies<:Q 
But thejpresstre of 
o be felt lc lg before 
ient century dawned, 
184^,|<!bmr • iissibp e rs 
gited iSiates iGavetn- 

>| r ■ , » j , I j 

thjsejlndhn tri :e£ 
ow the wes :< 

,treUy bccirring at 
le ejct>re^sec[ : stipiija- 



fpft 
a| of 



tciiWchhasgr^w 
tc^ay adorns; ; and 
of! the ' two infers 



ow on tc&etb3r;oni trei 
ea — a.cit|pf beiutifnli 



Ci- 
rcus churches, scjipols 

noted for |ts;.sierliEg ajn 

s EiciBsimen and loViely 1.wo^r|en, f'$d 



Wflichi every 1 1nhabit 

l>i '* 



t elect 



m 



e first Mbniayjn 
of Motes czit bar 

'I J ■ ! ■ - I' ■ ,», . i 

lIMoinesj 7>; i£a 



eek, 03jior 



in pursuance pi 

' r i S 



thb Citi it; J ^drd-of S iper^iiprs 



in To' 



to 



should pe 

the. Les 

Oh Majy 9, 



arrived, 



the 

i 

peau 



:1 



which 



Isold 
irjsf(jji|ed 

.._ s'nnll 

griatjiity 



km Wllei 



ar- 





\}j 



I 



j" Pride J)f It)wa," jas, 
termed, stands to-day 



it is affectipnately 

in example and»a 

roof ofi the | wealth ,^|i»dom and patriot- 



i;urre(J i the '■■^ir.dt publi i sale of lots' in Des 
Moines, j 'The Federal authorities estab^ 
'ishejl a postofeSce the;« ame year, the post- 
masteri carrying the mail around in his hat 
md dispensing ; jt to nikpafrons as he m eft 
..:rem ','aboitt town," a ad it -is |l matter pf 
record that neither were his duties arduous • 
por! h^s emoluments large. The first wed- i 
l ''dibg occurs 2d Tune 1I[ 1840/tht nWfraine f 
pcusel was built in 184J, and the ^rst cpurt 
iiQUse was erected in 1H8. j 

( As early as 1850 the pepple pf this city 
| b^gani to. agitate' th^e rnrapval of the State i 
, Capital tp Des Mpihes. After a lpnc and 
laid fought battle, the ^tate Legislature in 
854 passjed a bill prpv ding that th^ Gapi- 
al phbul4 be Ipcate^ Jisre iwp years later. 
ebriuary'3, 185(1 by ai:fof legislature, the 

ii.:, '•' ■ i " >| . il' ' 

pwb jof Fprt Des Moines ! wa$ incorpor- 

atea as a city with- the i shorter: and more 
edpppnipus title pf " D js MJDinesJ" 
'[.'Th'e'j first , State ,Hou>e was 1 built imme- 
iiatsiy, isou^h, pf -the present one, j- the! 
ost j^eilig $05,000, and in those days it/ 
as considered a prjtty; fine building, 
ow,', standing, in the midst of a sloping 
ind beautiful p'ark.soo] to \>e c otted with 
;[pumaipsf ti^ees 1 and i tatues, ] arises , in 
jtatf w and iniposing ij i oport'io is a struct- 
bre tpstjjng over SB.O^.OGO, aid it is the 
boast pjt Jthe State that was biiilt without 
me creation of o^e peri 3 y of indebtedness, 
.^nd (without suspicion ; i^'dbbery pr fraud 
Ippnj 2J cpnimandinij, ( levaticn, reached 1 
)y aj| graduil, rise Iffppi the river, the 



l. 



1B C 



i)ES r MOINEp CITY DIHEOTOrI 



k 



i ■ 

v 



isni of 'the peoplfe of this great State(. 
With its golden domes catching and re- 
flecting back the, sunlight, it liesl,upon the 
bosom of the city like a beautiful Igem, and 
at night, when its myriad » windows 
blaze with light, it seems a veritable Alad- 
din's palace. 

' "i t ■ 

I ' » - 

Advantages of JUocation. 

; / ■ j I : ^ 

' The city of Des Moines has a, most ad- 

i • 

vantageous .geographical location^ Lyiqg 

in a beautiful valley at the junction of two 
rivers, with a gradual rise from tie water's 
edge .to the| high and tree-crowned bluffs 
which surround the city on nearly all sides, 
it presents to the eye a view of varied and 
panoramic beauty. The Des Moines river, 
flowibg from the northwest, sweeps around 
to *tqe east," then bends shapely to the 
jsoiitti until it strikes the Raccoc-n in the 
southeastern portion #f the city. i ,! The ; lat- 
ter river, 'colmiqg in from the west, skirts 
the former* southern boundaries, and after 
its junctfon with the Des Moines the 

blended streams flow ; toward the Missis- 

it i ', 

sippi and the Gulf. A rich j farming 
country surrounds the city, giving guaran- 
tee of substantial ; and continued pros- 
perity, and jthat there shall fc>e no lack of 
bread for the busy thousands, 'each of 

1 i 

whom is doing his part in the grand work 
of building up a city of which every resident 
is proud, and! the fame of which hals spread 
to every quarter of this broad land. 

That Des 'Moines is destined at no dis- 
tant day to be a great center ofj popula- 
tion and commerce! is susceptible of easy 
proof. 'Its history in the past and the 



logic of its 



natural advantages 



sources tend 1 to show this. 



and re- 



Natural Resources. l 

While the growth in population of, Des 
Whines can pot fail to be a subject of 
gratulatidn to, hei* citizens, the natural re- 
sources'of ths city and vicinity donstitute 
ocje of the lending reasons for that growth. 
Prominent among these* and a great factor 

in the upbuilc'.ing of a manufacturing and 

i 



it£m or ccal. 
hustiblel quan- 



I 



commercial center,! is the 

This; i<; founid here in inexa 

tity ani of exceptional quality; and is, fir- 

njshbcj ai a! price so low, Jespecialiy 'j lat 

use! 'for manufacturing purposes, tha 

manufacturer se^ekir g a location cajn r 

be fav or lbly impre ssed with this 

Slack f 3r firing Qpilers i:> sold at an 

age! pr ce of, 50 ejects pjr ton, delivered 

( arid its heating power is almost as gDJodj; as 

that of th,e| best liji'mpcoc.l. I 

Clay of the best quality for tjie manafac- 
ture of brijek is also found here, iqcludjng 
the vjrietyj used in' making the:comrron 
brick of cpmmercei >vhite or " Milwaukee" 

olay^, potter'js clay, 
an e specially excellent 



brick ctla^, jpaying-brick 
terra cotti clay, and 
kind| oi 
branches 



c; ay (suitable for 



of the art 

■ i * 



In 



\ 



f< 



It- 
ill, [there are fyx 



teen varieties to be found in this vicin 



Therje are also valuabli debosits of Scthct 

. , ] i ' ~ i, •■ ITT 

here, suitable- for, the manufacture of glass 

and artificial stone, and fjor use in bu|ildn 

purposes. 

The water' power of the 

River is good, and has been improved 

the erection of a substantial dam 'north, 

the Wajlnut (street bridge, being utili^edj 



tl^e production of electric power and 

■ ' J" '> I ' ■ : 

business Resources. 



Moines 
within 



The wholesale an4 retail business <bf Hes 
has grown into vast proport(i 




use in the: finer 



Pr' 



Des Moiries 



in 



the past few years 



i . . • <j "i * 

of so much viriety and iiterest that 



not be properly treatec 
spade allotted to this ske 



understanding of howjt 
of how the business of a 



in the' limited 

i' 
tch. however, 

brief s) nopsjs will give the reader* a fair 



and isjasiq 



it! 



5 



tas increased, slid 



city is earn 



ied 



2nce I to pages > 
atJDes Moir es has 



dns 
ect 



an 



en; 
56 



aged, 2nd rate high if 
publicaions. 



s'titutiqns ,are 

man 
he commerd al 



kWaiUcialJj — By riefer 
andj57, it will be seen tl 
thirteer: banks ajad! a c earing housk Be 
sides iumerjpusUoan End trust, pavings 
and de Dosit, building apcl loan, and 
associations. These I 
solid aid substantial, conservatively 

eld, 



otter 
ill 




ITS! PIBEJDTOKY 




with 
busii ifc 



also 



t ie hold ;r 



is buij 
owii ig 
Chi(ag<j> 
is si r ( e 
it beco'fo 
in the 
busi aesk 
witt in 
dry req. 
crease 
busilne*! s 



thin this sjtate.;. N 
pmpanies of othe 
organize tipps ha 

Mi 



up aj large* wholes; . e t; rade, i J he 

en] 



ni^lliJns. yjndej: tl 

of , thfe state \ of Ipi .._, _ rr 

f£y>in a honte cbripan7 f ifiguar|i- 

protectionj j gainst loss, and this 
i Ihe great sscrets of tha success 

i ■ | t t j .; . T. ,■ i ■ '■' 

ttends j insiu$ncJ3 ccjipp; mies 'i:>r- 

arly all 1 ie 






states a? id 
!e Hjranch i^- 
bjisijniss 



its i Valuable 

nd otier Lir!ge ; Vtfe£ 

.ncijeE.se. from year 



most lilce 
no ot 



sooner 

SWll'g 




a rate 



c:r- 



the volume 

"• ■ ' ' "\ ■> -I'M Aft • ' '' 

yearly by these • (lifferenl 
s/js.yery large. :■ << ■ ' : ' 

ale and ? '. ^ETAiL.^-Desl Mdi! ) es 



loca on ■betwu 
erp citie- 



:ack 



:1conJitip|n, 
values! 



pre 



I 



t ve 



i 

r 

pet 



acdj business 



have ibe 



STati:.-— The Ifeal' fest 
not always: a tries 
ty . ; Jnn ateq priiiei s jm 

*'<•' W .. . '■■ If! iJ/. 'ii, 
}ltlOUS;St: 

induimn 1 : 



n- or caty alficutidusst 



1 1 



aui a trip core 



affairs 



afore 



i esiime 



Delow 



said; D( is Moines) 



D 
e& 



never&jfferec the caUmity o£- a 

H ' 

sor 

rea _-,_,. , ,.-...,. 

r\ HI Til ' i i ; iv '' I 

solidJaLd'to-ctey|p^eat is ta_, 

;/| .from; those who] wish 

r _. rr __ r -yd those w 

ni^ city tl eir permanent ' 



boom" -jjs'a calamity cjf 
The tgrlpwth o :) values ip 

estate hasbeei slead)? 1 

\\' ' _Lil i( v '.' . j 
e 






[ 



ft: 



inuring the 1 past ten y oa: sJreajd;! al 
■'l^riimanjb'p. ; Suffice! it^ — ^~ 
jwesfe:r'nlcityj'oE eq'vaj 
ijri'g th^t ti p e | j nc r ease d- i 
nd teit-th&Ui 



v 



to Vear ttflti 
one D|f the (most wipbi antitc n£ 
rly baiar ie^hee j .-*['he- ri ; 
o| . the ci ty Ji as 4publ i jp a nd tn 
hlei lajst few years. Statistic 
j ing<, but thb se . bear '. □ g in the , 
I Des' Moines' wpoles|le apd re 




: optilsit di 

busi*: 
dreas 




it , 

the wars t 
ps Mt^ioe 

Ithyfj^uU 
d< inland 

ti buy 
home.fh^t 



o: 

toe 

t) 



yaiuesai-e const 
esjtrrient nee4 b 



mer.iu 



miss Firms — It is a 
to the] business men 
>f this citv t)iat; Des: Moirjes has a very 
low per :en jag?* of JDUsiiiissk^lures. This 
islarge y duetc ,the carifful and qbnserva-- 

he differeut f ;firms 

i. i . 

Sare^ being no wild 
io • the other nor 
itious | brilliancy 
or 1 1 iter .either be paid 
for one! hiindred ce'ntsloi the dollar or else 



Which 



lve m 

carry on their attairs, 
scramble each to 



to shine with 'a 
which must sootier 



be avoided by the 



whith 
other Cities 



nglNo; safer iia- 

™ ' i 

than real estate in 
returns on the 



I 



this city.kand r 6 la: . , ,. 

jnoney inVeslea can he secured in any 

9ther'legit|mate ditecuoa. 

'. '•! :| '. •..■..'; .:' r 
Solidity of lis Bos 

^reat qatter of pride 



stain the fair 



;Sr 



JPub|iic Cori, . enlcncca. 



" Street Railway. -4. :»es Moines has the 
inest Streetcar system [n the We*st. Pro- 
iiblled; alndilighijed ay electricity, the cars ] 
jlidejalpngj.smoothly per solid roadbeds, i 
jnaking fasjt .time and close! connections. 
-Th^re are twelve seopjrate lines or routes) 
[See Jlpge. 73), a\] olv. 



home, honesty Of pu 
City an;cl desire for i 
^Moiri^s is sure | to go pn to a bright and 
glorious 'future. ,' 



■•audulent failures 
iiiraipj of so many' 
The feus i less! men of Des 
Moineil asj a cla^s, are possessed of sound 
cliscrei Eon, good judgment and unimpeach- 
able, integrity, and \yitlu the commerce of 
t(ie ciiy in such hands is these there can 
be no question as to t : e future prosperity 
of the city and its ";viii' ed commercial in- 
terests What is saic :f tne business/men 
is alike true elf the'citis.ons in general, and 
jvith such.a^peppje, jlled with love -of 

rjppse; pride of their 
advancement, Des 



t2(i] 



transfer office, ai 201 
comfqf table [room u 

ompulled to wait a ^ 

y a systerr| 

bled to ride 
end or the city tp the c 
of five cents.!' Theism 

. I -| i ; • 

five jniles pf tritck, i4c 



ch converge at the 

il'ifth stree:, where a 

1 ' i 

provided far those 

u moment > >for cars.; 

ofitrarsEsr slips, one; is en.r 

the ent K! disltaflce from one 

her for a single fare! 

em -has over thirtyf 

utling SMjitches, and 



.8 



DES MOINES CITY DIRECTORY. 



I 



is. tnoroughli-equipped in the way of roll- 
ing stock. A vast power house pn the east 
bank of the Des Moines river' furnishes 
. all the current needed Jto send the cars 
[ flying over he various- lines, apd that the 
• people of the ,city appreciate .fh& system 
and its mana semen t is evidenced by the 
immense pa fionage it enjoys. • h 

Water Works.— Pure |\vater is one of the 
greatest blessings that, has been bestowed 
upon man, fcut it would be pf but little 1 use 
to him in a city ( like this 'had not human 
skill and ingenuity devised a way of fur- 
nishing it in s ich shape ihat it shall be - ac- 
cessible in needed quantities. Des Moines, 
by reason of the, twoprivers thaft flow 
'through its bonders,' is assured of an lever- 
failing supply' of. water;; the Des Moines 
Water Works. Company'; by its splendid 
abd complete system of water works, ren- 
ders it certain thaf th$ supply shall be fur-' 

nished as needed. a.nd further that the fire 

I ' ' ■ j ' ' 

i.protection of tl^e city shall bejample' to 

meet any emergency that, may arjse. ! 

j Railways. — Thejrailway facilities of Des j 
Moines are unsurpassed' by thode of any - 
'other city in 'the' Northwest, an^lare far 
superior to tho< e of^jnany places! of greater 
population. Tie different lines; radiating 
in all direction:;, give ready egress and irj- 
gress to the va ious mercantile commodi- 
ties, and are he spokes of aj (wheel' 'of 
which Des Moinest forms the hub. New 
lines are yearly seeking admission to the 
city, and as th j roads already here bear 
|very indicator of prosperity arkl (success 
it is safe to say that railroad bjiiltUng in 
the state of Iowa will not come tola, stand- 
still. One espe :ial feature connected with 
this subject wor hy of commendaiioh is the 
rpes Moines Uiion Raihvay.^ompany, 
Gomposed of heme men,! which owns its-. 
own engines, tracks, right-of-way, etc., its 
business being to switch from one track to 
another the locomotives and cars of . the 
various lines entering the city. i 

Electric and Gas Light Plants. -[-There 
are in this city one gas and three ;electric 



light and power pjlants* thus iissurink th<~: 

! citizens abundance'iof artificial light 'land. 

! | i ■ 'l u -p '•* 

I power | to propel tne; machiriery in the var 

ious shops and fa;t6ries. JThe strees ic 

the business part of the city, are lighted 

main y by arc lights, jwith incandescent 



I 



noes 
ions. 

U 



and gjas lamps in the resident pprti 

' '■ v ■• . ' i- ; '"*■■,. 

Principal Buildings. 

.VDejj Moines is, g*aced by many stately 
business blocks a^dj public buildings, erects 
ejd in i]soli l d and substantial manner, yet in 
such i. way as M be pleasing to the <;ye. 
Projninent among thesei and now just ap- 
proaching completion jsithe eight-story of- 
fice building of the Equitable Life Assur- 
ance Society of New York, at the corner of 

'*■-■ ' • i J' T 

Sixth avenue and L )cust street. Neat at 

hand, and almost directly across s Sixth 
avenuuj stands the. Essex building, a six- 
story structure, occu Died by the Des Mohes. 
branc|i of the Colurr bus i Buggy Coropaay". 
The Saverly Hotel Building at the corner 
of Fourth and Locust streets, is an impres- 
sive-looking structure finished in pressed 

I i ' % 

with| stone trlmmipgs. One -block 

of it stands tie" new Y. T5»I. C. .A. 



brick 
north 



buildihg, and' the Deis Mqines Club Hoise 
js pnel)lock west of the latter. 1 On the 
corner of Fourth apd Waiptit streets stards 
the Krkwood House block, and .'at ihe 
corner j of Court avenue and Fifth street 
the Federal Postoffice building commands 
attention by its solidity and beauty of qon- 
Structure. The, low! t Loan and Trust Com- 
pany's building' was among the first of the 
large office structure; to be ejected in Ees 
Moines. ! Directly across t'he! street fromj 
the later building stands tlje handsome 1 
new of ice block of Conrad Youngerman, 
and ncjrtti of it is th.0 Clapp tyock, one j of 

the ciiy. 



the earliest office builjfiigs in 
The Marquardt bloclc at' Fifth and Lbcubt, 
the Go xl block at Fifth x.nd Walnut, tie 
Grand Opera House Dn Fourth street] Fos- 
ter's 3era House ad Eighth and Walnut' 
and thl4 Golcjstone Hotel on the East Side, 
'deserving of mord mentiion than our 
space Avill permit. A new blo;k 



are all 
.limite 



f 




rpjJioiN^fi 



d fecess^ of er jjctibn is f Th e illli^i c 

' :e oif the olci Exposition 3uildi£g 
and Walmit, yn^icltL jwrien coin 



•ill ^>e one i 
'd<bjivenient iq 
\iriWy build 
j Li score of. p 



3lii DIEEtJTORl?. 



the handsomest ;;fc< 
'•the-, citfc.vj r^he 'he * 
ng,: th& Masopic ■Tijjnj- 

tnerj strqlitx^s shq 



• . i jit' 1, r r . •; ['■ ' 'i " 
de'inbe.^ tin d&aili,; but j if m 

^iiiljeof all deserving of it a gt:c 



Ziid v Mjtjme vjould 
th« ir deb 



Clittjppe 



ni 




'■gati. cause c if pride tb- Eos M<>; 



i «;■■ the large jnumbei'npr' 
{.ndcollegcs within | hej* 



jOne 
people 

By -'rbiextnoe to pales 57, 58'ab^ 

be seen i lat no less than niqete 

j-j -U . 1 J. ' 
denom, 

wf hit 

cojigrott 

owp, a ijiijmber pt vet 
iig built e 



ihurCj 
bor4 
59 It 

i» dififeji 
aamzj 



i'3i t 



several 
fintshc 

'4- 

best |q 
tbi: rty 
tH >ro i^ 
skilful 
?neefled 
work o 



itioris majitain an o 
ejeityi being divide 3, iittc . siityL 
ions or sccieties. Tp se bot i^a 
- - of viry fine ! cljiu|c i.!edifi(:e ;, 
„ built jentirely|6i':itJ6ne > ]Ji.qd 
th^interiiy^ a luxurious 



CO 

to 
ca 



■ Niimdribusasaretho 



su'wl} 



:i J|?ntedJ tfy 



ic jschoi:! Intern fljcrik of 

.thjj State- i|f,West[. 'Hire .ljeu|ji 

school .": uildingsj ml the i 

, : eo^uir^od .■with"; joined | 

.brihci^alsE]i<J teachers ^nd aH 

[ apWitus f jar ca rjry|i^ | out,' 

iaucalini: the/ ri?i rigj ; genera* iofi 

Jnlvenit),' 
legjejLjso thkt[-un|iess J the st identl dfl^rtt 






^tucfoi soirie unu 
o 3 qin almost thbjjough | ; &n 
• ea^utajtjpp Withtofthf) tpojincl ijffis Idf^thfiHi 



tyoine 
.villa! <> 



nlzatioitija. 

fc pf the'lsur^si fevicenieS'thai 
has eiijsfgsftirojrn tW#farysal[s 
and to$n itfejftto'the 



R 



perfect stati 



i neat city 1 ! iff f l rjnid^ei by^glacce 
dii ^rent commercial orgmiiation; 



'if" 




i 



, : i 



t)ie:-(B!Mren.jfc comrrtfercial dvgb 

jf eai s of « which; too bjjisin jss ir 

touch Wth ;the&ta:} - !q!t ) trUe ''a 

d^mm; nd -at-a^'tiir esi detai; ecijWbovJl jc gij 



i; 



,9 



I tlje various, resources; needs ajnd oppor-i 
iesiof thi city. 'Or^Qis'ation" is 

nowadays in every 
' ran 9J n |ol!i|hde and jusines?, and that 
hich has>beep jderaop j tratejd |o be so bene 
cialjtp, fhe 'compoirsit s must flecessarily 
ie mpph raor fc 'so th\ t ie, whole Acting 
upon jtpis thee ry/and! \ ith a vie\jr to bring 
ipgjinto closer relai'pi the f business men 
qf the pity, a few entbifrisjn'g spirits prgan 
jzed he Commercial ^xfchange In 1838 
Frcjrn f'^mall bodyj held together at first 
j>y fraill threals^ (the! ]•: change las grown 
Iht^» a powejful factor for good; to the 
Jjvhpltf city.' (Not. c»nl/ are thu complex 
'^ihess liscussedj and ways 
indi^iejans ^jbv^sed to ovdrcomi the diffi 
j|ulti^ jha^ajise, b^ ajt their regular and 

held in thesprnp- 
the Reading hotels, 

c omprehensiveproh' 

policy ret eive atten- 

j Aaother,, and om 

f the manyobjecti; 

the- J inducement b 

ojcite within the city 



most- enjjoyajbje lunqh^, 
tuqus dinin 
the 1p roader, and more 
lems relating to pujbti ; 
tiopind are iiscusse] 

i', " •- ■ • ;• i -' |- J ' 

of ths mp^t b jrjeficia 
of tlielEjxchinge 
rniLniifacturersJto 
M'icii good work n 
'dipreption in the pas t 



1! 



ias 



ibeen done in this 

and as tho Exchange 

n^ strongej: and nore aggressive than 

er before, ^t is fajfr tD presum; that theit 



it is 

US 111 



f 

e '1 

efforts in this line \j?i 1 continue- to beaf: 
mori and better frYii j s'the years go 'by. 

Another, organiz a tic n |?f the same gen, 
ei alj character, ^l laid on somewhat 
d Qeirent lines, ' is f th * Producets' Assodil 
jti^nj While one cf |he objects of ftoth or- 
iginations is to furjler tbo b|st i/iteres^s 
jo! the qity.th^ more particular object, of 
l.tlie i^roducere' Aiscciation is |to pushithe 
sile,of!t)es Moines ruiie products of every 
■ hind. | This organization is^yet young, dat- 
ing only frbm 180), but it has already 
sliown; itself ja.povj/et for good |in advertis 
iUg to the world tie 
Capital! City; and 



I lias pone more in tfy 
fvertiseDes Moinesi 



*y 



I iave 



5 ! 



been » ac 



itime by the 




aried products of the 

its uqique methods 

last two years toad- 

th,^ trade than could 

filmed p double | the 

slow-gbin|g methpdjs. 



10 



DE8 MOINES CITY DIRECTORY. 



The association is worthy of the fullest}. 
commmendation and support of every} 
resident qf the city, and its motto, "Was; 

;, it made in Deg Moines?" should be the} 

shibboleth to lead on to a sweeping 1 cpm-\ 

rnqrcial and business triumph. • ' 

The real estate men have a*iso (irgan-j 

. ized an Exchange, and its numerous and; 
alert membership take care that the realty 
interests of the city are kept well to the [ 
front. As stated on another page of this 

- sketch, real estate in Des Moines is one of 
the best and safest investments that can be; 
made, and every member* of the ReaJ; 
Estate Exchange stands prepared to back! 
up this assertion with facts and figures that 
cannot fail to convince the most skeptical. 
Empty houses are a rarity in Des Moines,' 
and the purchase of lots ancl burjding of 
houses to let is one of the most profitable 
branches of business in*checity. |' 

The £ity Buildings. 

The present City Hall has long been in- 
adequate to accommodate properly the; 
various officers charged with theidminis-i 
tratioti of municipal affairs. "^Recognizing 
tHis fact, the (Jity Council recently con- 
tracted for the 'erection of a new public 
building at the corner of Second street and 
Grand \ avenue, and before next winter's 
snow flies Des Moines will have) a Cify 
Hall that will take rank wi^h ftiose of 
other cities of the first class. The old and 
weather-beaten structure which has so long 
' indifferently sheltered the firemen and, 
their apparatus will disappear soon, as a 
new fire station is to be erected near the 
new City Hall. 'Its demolition, while i 
will be a relief, will yet remove a Jand- 
mark with Which every citizen ofsDes 
Moines is familiar. , 

R. City of Homed! ' 

In closing this hurried and i imperfect 

' sketch, we cannot refrain f rom speaking of 

none trait of the' people eft Des Moines t'lat 

'never fails to stri-ke the stranger who tarrjies. 

for a while within her gates, and that is"the 

love they bear for'- ^heir city and their 

■'X ' - ! . ' 



Ikuti^s. Love of home and country has 
been sung by ^he poets from time! imme- 
moriil as one' of the greatest virtues of a 
people, apd if this was true In olden tjme, 
wher, the yoke of the tyrant kingsiai d lpras 
lay tyeavy upon the leeks of their jun wiling 
subjects, how much truer it f must/ be in* a 
land o$ liberty and amon^ a free* people! 
Meet a Des Moines tnan where^you will.no 

■ > r " ' : "I "i [ i T ." ■ " 

matter how tempting , may be his environ 

ment, his love for liis home city \ 3 proof 

^against all other charms, and he sturdily 

main tains. its superiority; to that of :ill oth 

Des Moines is ip&eed essentia ly a 



ers. 



"CkV of Homes," a 

migh 

pride: 



tions 



t ■ 

t well adopt arid wear] with 



The broad, well-shaded streets 



avenies, stately ho nes.j ..well-kept 



from the busin 



d it is a title which it 
lighest 



and < osy cottages thrt abound! in all dired- 



ess centen to th 



and 



lawns 



place. 



gutter- 
most j limits of the city, evidence the j fact 
that ijhe people of Dos Moines ,a):e so^er, . 
influjtyious aud home-loving,! and that ;hey 
constitute a class 61. < itizens p£ which any 
city might welf be prDud. 

Capital of low l is indeed a'- pleasant 



Favorably located as| 'regards! geo- 



Mdinle 
happy 



graphical position; its business inteieisin 
safe and conservative hands, backed' by the 
support of a strong financial stancjin *;.with 
numerous Schools and colleges dotting the 
city and furnishing ample opportunity for 
a tho]*6uglV;education; with'churches suffi- 
cient to meet all the^ varied' views upon the 
'great' questions involved in man's relation 
to the future; with civic arid religious so- 

: ' 7 f i - \ 

cieties in large number,, and with all] the 
modern improvements that go to make.life 
in <aj ijity desitable, the people of Des 
s are i'j)j be^ congratulated upon their 
jituaticjil and future f prospects, [ and 
the riup ishqr$ o|f-this work, in presenting 
them wj h the f rst issue of their regular 
annual t Directory, ! express, the confident 
hope thbMhey m^y see Des Moines grow 
into£j;reat' city and| thiiy guarantee that 

ipulatiDn i h- 



as th$ ibars go by and the 

creases!, -the Directory will kfeep tacei in 



to 



evjeryi particular with the grjowth bf 
Qiieen Qity of the Nprthwest. 



the 



[TO 



U'h)B'»- 



tDr, rfi 5 possible. 



h>y 



\bdill 

i ■ ■ 

Acne i 




ni 



All 

An i| 



ikrt pl£ ;P; 
i cap; Savings 
Atq 1 jm 01 ir Topeka & 
lej£t bpttomljntis 



3ea 



Bis 
Bid 



I 



i 



J 



Bi#i 

ck' 



r 



js'nct 



l '; 




vfi h t0l call partidui it attfen ;ion |jto the fqllfc w in 
i.ui.-ii u^iiL.»„*t— inu^g Q ppear||ifii tljiis, wprl . r 

take great failure in r 
ia their neighbors, apd 



coran ercial proepeHtjjr.] . 



u b. 



•-•--,- t 



Ctoal Co, let 

Ejj 
d ffohn $,. top-b^geattcir-L 



f r TX right, 
& Wilcoxefa 



>, Diamond £o;il [Co, 
t*,cl: ccver ana 
! Bio 1 Qt|n|n0ld i Coal .'ifld Min 

< " l - !: ' Tn - Ljr 

BoU 



t jht to p corn< 



f 




Transfer 

kit Fly H 



Br6wt ] 
faikiS-g 



slid 
-v^s E T 




aic. 



A.lctft bottc 



jW.'rigtt 

ofj Roue 

frpntpiy' 



siie linis 



iMMtojjTJli), 



f" 



•H-f 



r- 



1 

and f roll it; Fl 
lines 






-f 



f W^ 



n; 



:qo,\.j-!|. r (>p^. 



i * 

*ft>side 1 nes\ 



.^-i. 



L-t,. 



SK 



Chicafc 

■lei 



4i-3ll.: 

q.rls 



fc(enjry C, |r-ijgl|jt bot prii aid 



(de line; 

lejtU delinks 

I i 1 1 ■ 



ip in 

Fa, . 

~ity Bridle and ^iite 
City Cpmirercial Col 
bottom inisland'. 



Ciiy PlaUiiij, Miill- 

City $ta;e 3 jink. _ ';: 



i 

i 



l'i\ 



14 



Shorthan 



3 



00). 
U 3 



and.- 123 : (Jrpnel W 



Cc... 



? 



f 



ii • i- 

Capital City School of 

" I ■> left! bottom lie es aqql 

I i ' * ■■ ' ■" '■• ' 

Central jLoati and Irus 

ICnas^&fWest, iiihi 

Chitelain Georges 
Chicago ,and GrapH Trunk Ry, 
DjatFlyF ' ; ' 




only by their. auppoi 
nding j then* to tint 



aliqivftUe tra^ epirit of prpfcreB* 



■I 1 



i ' ..» 



ohabetical list of Merchai ts a*nd Manufacturers 

-••'*»■ ■ t that « flrejt^clasg city direp- 

jatroijage of oftr ,citizenB. 

that builds tip citiee 



PAGE 




Burlingttm & 



Qiqncy ky, 



(Burlington Routed left sidje 
lines and front ply D. . . . . 



Chicago! treat 
front Fly B 
jChicago, 1 Milwaukej & 



fell 



! trpnt ply K 



^(est^n Ry Co, 
tlPaulR/,' 



lOago, Rc-ck Ialalid & 
] 1 M !frpntFly;G ' 



r 



r- 



.Citf ze^iq « National' Balnk,' outside 

f rbnt cover anjef'-j - r 
Cless W EJ: 
'Clarif D,M.. 

. Coal Palace, bot dm ed; je and 
<>ontinentai Clot ii rg Co *...[. -. 
podn Valley Cos 1 |(jo, f|!orit Fly N 
Corner G.W&jC'o 
fcoftrell'i MurJse|l|li 



...237 j. 



r*r 






Pacific 

T 



4» 



-! ' 



,,. ,^ifa6s I..... 
CJrierlshaw H R 



■\- 



llifeht bottom 



'i: 



pdhlbeiig C Lf &jCp,ile it topCornjer 

i 'car Is .. 
Dayisj F loyd 
DaJvisIiTiMMtcil 



■f' 



ii|ig|jit top lites 
.1:100 aU 

J'' ' 



117 

l ' ; 
543 

635>. 



87 
050 
111 

!ll7 

;i3(r 

i 
. I 



fJ78 
J124 

i; 

695 
it" 

041; 



12 



DEB MOINES. Q1TY DIRECTORY 



Rute Clothing House; left 

lines and ^102 anil 

iick Shoe Store 1 , left bottom 



i ?AGE. 

. Dennis Duplex Writing Machine 

Co, back bonejOf book and. __ . 095 
Des Moines Brick ! Mnfg Co, right [ 

** top lines and.. ._ 074 

Des Moines v Coal & Mining Co 

_. 230 and 024 

Des Moines Edison Ligh't Co ■; 121 

Des Moines Fence & Lumber Co.. , 132 
: Des Moines Fire Ins Co, right j top 

j lines and. 100 

Des Moines Daily Leader __J._j. 105 

DesMoines Manufacturing and Sup- 



! piy; Co 



,Des Moines Nat'l Bank, outside 

\ '- back cover and 1\ u 

Des Moines Northern and Western 

Railway Co, front Fly 1 1. 

Des Moines Piano Co, left top cor- 

. ner cards -. - i - - -1 

Des Moines Rubber Stamp, Sealj 

and Stencil Works.. ._ _., 

Des Moines Savings Bar^k __. ; 

Des Moines School of Languages 

.'.. ,....,.. ,2117 and! 

Des' Moines Steam Dye Works 

frpntFlyF 

t . Des. Moines Stone Yard, left tppj 

lines i .' 

Des Moines Tent and Awning Co 

, .. . _..'_„._. 238 and. 

" Des Moines Transfer Co L 

Des Moines & Kansas City Ry, 

•front Fly M__. _ ( 

Doll A J,... j_,j__ _„..__ ..2-H and 1 

•Drake University ; KM and 

Druekhammerj D, right sid.e lines. 

Dudley & Ke.lley, right corner 

cards., j. 

Duncan Frank -240, 038 and 

Duncan F E & Co ...j 



Equitable Life Insurance Compa- 

' ny of Iowa, front Fly A 

Estey & Camp, outsiHe back cover 

. and I 

Ewing & Jewett _' ... 

Fink W W, left bottom lines and 

Fre'eland-LQomis Co, '„ 

Garton WT... h 

Garver & Maish 



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238 



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133 



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Gra'ham Seth & Son...... 238 and 



Hammond Typewriter Co, right? top 
jtiiies and; .": ± _"J(. |i ;. .. . . 4 . . 






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Harba^h L, outside back cover and 

Harris -Emery Co .'". _ i _ _ . ...... 

1 lawktye Boiler Works. .... 

Hawke ye . Insurance Co, insi.de 
fnint cover (front pastier)!..... 
Hawkqy£ Steam Laundry, left hot- 
lines. 



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097 
103 
115 
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Hawkeyu Spice Mills, right top cor 



H ighla ad.. Park Normal Cjollege . . . 
HitzPiuL. .310 and 



Hotel Morgan 

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• cards. ..^ 
Hearty] W P.........J-... 303 and 

Hess Electrical Co. 



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Huffm4np& MMer.LL.i.. J.:.-.- 

Hughe! EE, right bottom lines.. 

Hurlbut. Ward & Co, right top lines 

Iowa Bailer Works .1.... 

Iowa.Deposit & Loan Co, right bot- 
tom lines and j 

Iowa L Dan and Trust: Co, outside 



front cover and.. 



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Iowa M utual Tornadq Association, 
! rig at side lines 



Iowa Nitional Bank, 
Iowa Patent Office, 
Iowa Savings and Loan- Association 
(Fly E,)_ ___!_._ 



Iowa Tract Society, ; 



IXL Jj 
Japes E 



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589 

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lints and.j... 
|aundry^. 

D & Co,. left top lines.. .j 

Johnsonj D M & Son, left top I lines 

' and_^___.-__--J----102vand 

KanlerC L& Co! right side lines 

Keeney ! & Patzig . . J . .341; 077 and 



KehoeMosep^,' .....'..34K and 



Kenyon 
Kessler 
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PC, right top corner cards' 

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Kirkwood (Tile)...!......, 



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tillan Thomas, 
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Minneapolis & St 
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tap cornir cards J. LV- 
STewcoml) |& LWillianip.j j rigfct sillls 

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iegelr^an M & Co, right sidelines' 

:isser Chas E & Bro . . . r J. 

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lovyat, John. 
jl loyal Heating Co..| 
Illy an & Loughran.i 
£jt. ijohn e£ fiarquist, riight )top lines 
Santa Fe JRotite, (A t]& Stl F Rjf,") 

11 ^ •kM^yilC.^l. __„__:_ 

Bargen|j# Giffprd f ldf^ bstjtom li 

£ aver, y! House L ,_ . ^ _-_ . . I _ _ .-. .'_ . 

^Security Loan and Trust Co, out 

side front cover, and .*.._> 
SeeberterJD,LU , ... , 
S eick Manufacturing 
Shaver] Carriage! Co, . 



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Turner & Brownlie ......_ 

Union Building and Savings Asso- 

! ! ciation, right sidelines and... 

Union Iron and Foundry Co, St. 
Louisj Mo, . opp 

Van Ginkel Coal and Mining Co, 
right top lines and._< _. 

Wabash Railroad, front Fly J 

Walker AH & Co] left top lines 
and ..... ^ r „_ 

Wallace McNamara.Linnane Heat- 
ing and Plumbing 'Co. :...... 

WardC H, right top lines 

Ware's Transfer Line 528 and 

Washington Life Insuranc Co, left 
side line^ front Fly H and. ... 



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118 

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Webster Wolcott.F; left top corner 



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WestJAlbert L,l left top cornier cardsj 
Western White. Bronze Co, left bot- 
tom lines' and opp inside back 
cover. J_. i . > __^__ r ... 
Whit|,|Murphey <£ JPjcksriug: 
WhitMg Howard^.: 
Whiting }&W(iodsV.. 

Windsor Hotel _' — 

Worcester S H, left top lines V.J.j 

Wright J.L;„l.lJl- ' 
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p|pr^ 321 ,5th; 
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Des •■] idoi ies' Aijgbnaut; ( longdated News 

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Foster John A, lab, res 203 Hillside ave, 

(S D.i)J.) I . / 
Franz Frank F, restaur ant 202 5th, res 4 

-1th. . } . » 

Franz Julia, (widj John), res (ith ave, r}e 

cor Franz avk 
■ Frqeman Warren; D, expre'ssmanj res 19tl 

River. , i 

Fricke Henry, prop Iowa State Chemicfil 

Steam Dye Works, res ji2ii Locust , 

Goddard Arthur P, elk, rm{j,.035 jlOth. 

Godberg Isaac, res lv!2() Lyon. ' ,' . 

Green Oscar, elk A C Hanger ti res 817 Mk 
pie, from 013 Des MoineSj 

Guthrie 2t W (Guthrie &j Boyle), ris 
i nw cor e 13th and Arlington, -r 

Guthrie & Boyle (AW Guthrie, W J. 
Boyle), Lawyers and Real Estate Bro- 
kers, 408y 2 .e 5th. 

Hawkcye Boiler Works', J A W 
Turner Propr, e so 1st, cor Market. 
I (Si;} page* 6i 3.) 

, Hewitt Charles F, Wholesale Groce-, 

j. 1*21-128 Walnut, res 918 8th. • H . 

Holman W H, ningr Iowa Viavi Co, 512 

la Loan and Trust Bldg, res 1007 High. 

Holmes Mrs C L, grocer; Grand ave, se 

I cor Boulevard. 

t 

Iowa Carbonated Stone and Pipe Works, 
Samuel B/Tuttle pro'pr, 200 .. w sc* i)th. 

Iowa State Chemical Steam Dye Works, 
, Henry Fricke propr, \2p Locusts 

Iowa Sabbath School Teacher, (The), Rejv 
Samuel! Lindsay editor, 405 Court av<*. 




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Luke: - Clpvis, removed to Chicago].! 11,1. 
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Moines, i j ,, \ j • 
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President Mfe/and Trust Co 

Philadelphia, jAjN Klinefelter Agt, 3 

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issued ON TIME. The biscri- Welch Printing 
Company's office is thoroughly- equipped for the 
execution ot all classes of Book, Job andfNewb- 
paper Printing, and we cordU lly comment them 
to the patronage of 4 lie public. 



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3| followed bj (S Des Mo nes)i ; 
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DES MOINES CITY 



DIRECTORY. 



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-Easti; 
beyond 



rom 
city 



Anderson avenue— East 'from Esh- 
baiigh beyond e so 111 st, second south of 
Maury (unopened between e so 28thi and 

:50th). . ; ! 

Arlington Avenue— North ,frora Or- 
chard to Des Moines river j third east of 
(ithave. 
Goods. 
Clark. 

College Ave. 
Franklin. 
Sixth ave. 
Ues Moines River. 
Arlington Jtvenue.E 
Saylorville road, to and 
limits. 
Arthur — West from Saylorville road \o 

Lerdy, sixth north of Riverside 
Ascension— East from Itlj to 1st, fourth 

north of School. 
Ashland — South from e Court a\ 
' Market] between e 20th apd ; '>7th, 
east of Dean's, lake 
( Atkins— West from 21th to 2.1th, 
south of North. I 

B — North from School to Ridge, sixth 

of Des Moines river. 
B — East from 21st beyond Wilbur, second 

north of Easton Boulevard. * 
B— rNorth and south from Fremont, 

'west of e 0th. . : 

Baltimore (Highland Park)— East 
<)t;h to ")th, second north of Corning 
Bancroft Avenue (South/ Park) — 
East from Clifton ave to Prpscott drive, 
fourth southeast of Indianola ave. 
Beckwith Aveniie(HighlandPai 

West from (ith ave to 8th, ninth nbrth olj' 
Des Moines river 

Bloomfield Avenue(Clifton Heights) 
—South from Indianola avei to Court- 
lanjd ave, first southeast of Hawthorne.' 

Bluff— North from North to junction ''of* 
Maine avei fourth east: of (ith" ave 

Crei^hton ave. j 

Indiana ave. . j 

Forest ave. ' ! 

■ Clark. ' I 

College ave. ! 

Maine ave. ' " ! ' 

Boston Avenue (Highland Park) — 
East and west from (ith ave, first nor|h of 
Corning aVe 

Boulevard (South Riverside Patjk) 
! Southeast from e so llth to Fjrarklin 
( avt, second north of Mitchell ave. 

Bowman (Highland Park)— North 
i from Ovid ave to Euclid ave), twelfth 
I east of Des Moines river 

Brandt's Pa.rk— South end Oth s 
bridge. 



e to 
fifth 

first 

west 



first 

rom 
ave ■ 



•i<)-t 



reet 



e — ^orlth 

M 



frcjm Rac- 
third east -of 



i 



n — East from 
J7th. n ntri 1 nc 



Pennsylvania 
prth of e \Vin|e. 



Iprattleboro ityehu^-iWest fr^rri 
28th 1 (or Western ave) to Burnham 
ave, f^rst south of North | , ■ 

Briggs (Clifton | Heights)— WeWi from 
Gliftop.ave,, ejeyigntb southwest of In-; 
djianpla ave. 
Jrooks (See Hewitt). 
Iroyvri Averi 

ebon* river' to^Railrt 
l)es Moines river. 
South. " 
Foijt Dodge. 
Rock Island 
Sh(jrt. 
Wa.bash. 
iucnana 
aye to e 
E I^intli. ^j 

M t [ — - ! :■ 

-". Elevefnth. 

"twelfth; 

'.' Thirteenth. 
; '"•• Fourteenth. 

'Vlfijfteenth.- 

";; Sixteenth'. 

"iSeveriteerith. , , 

Burnham Avenue —North from Clif- ( 
ton five to College aye, thirtieth west 
of 'Des Moines river]. ' 

Kingman. 

Rutjand aye. 

Wobd ave. 

Nortel 

Forest ave.j 

Clafk ave. J , 
3urson Avenue-ySduthw'est from! 
loppbsite Maple to Lyon. 

3uB6iird **p a d (Highland Park)— 
jWest frdm Saybrv lie road to Hunt- 
ling on, seventh ujpr:!i of Riverside a,ve. 
3uyier— North from Maple tb North, 
j jfirst east of )i 2lrd. ' s . . 
— Nonth frorri e Vine, second e:ast pi e 
| !12tn, ..to' e y Court ave, unor en^al.tb 
jMapl'ei,' thence aor i to Wal l'«;r, ^un- 
| pbened to Frenion: thence iiQrth to 






ilijnpre. 
outh' frrjm 
es' Moines! 



Ndrth, eleventh west of 
iver. 



Cj, B ahd Q^fEast from e 24th 



jicn.th south 



f Vihel 



toHOth, 



CjiB'toQ-Ry 

E»augh. 
Wjibaih. ; 
TJyentl'-sevenljh.i 
Htfxie;', " ,1 
TyVent|-eightH 
£amb|idge ^Hithla'bd Park) 
fforti ,Ovid 'jto preeley/, third 
.■'Huntington.' 
Eticliq aVe. 
Douglis ave. 



/ 

— Nbrth 
east of 



I»Il:EOTQKYi 




h. :•* 

Elbvebth.j 
Twelfth., 
Tjji -teenth. 
Fourteenth 

h^cktlcr-i-^est f 
^lthojie 
oi Cottagfe 1 



jC h«*f rtnut- -^vVestjtfprn 



■ / 






)m 



iemeterv! to 



Ye 



Grove 



3 



td 8th,;, fir 
Second. 

Fouirib. 
Fi:th t 
Si?;lh aye. 

Sevi'ntjv' 
[ncinbati 



st 

i 



t north 



W2st , side of 
2Gtl, third isOuth 



t 3raid ave. [ 



Ttvcnuc 



onh 
CflaHlc— Weii 
aver rd 
arjkson Kven 
tjc, and ■ teyopd 
(plark); 
arkeon 



" '^tfitbwes 
ajd 9th stireet 
(Sfluth ~ 



Pe3|jiqji[es)--$outh from 
; fst toJ(Jur^e, th^t 1 smthjstof Jeu$r- 



Secsnd, 
I^ird 

?i£i p 

Six'.li. 

^ventf) 

^ifehth.|| 

2i)th^oEl 

ifl<ir<4--£ 

if on 

• :o,Uthtyes 
i; ind feotiiljevard 

r,yer[. ■. 
?r<sco(tIpr*ve 
:d^per, II 

I^rrac^ 1 ;. 

Co ii Rpa!d. 

Edison avc 

M(jr|e ';:["■ 
Gr mes ■" 
Hckve " 
Gijjy ;, ■•' 
Bancroft 
Lc gani 
Eil ton 



bii: to 



De: 



--Eist froml 18th > 



elavtare, " aye! ' ! ;e co id north of 



19. 



. I- 



Moines river 



nes river ,to 
North. 



e— -West from 
18ti 



JOthi 
(extension of 

toi HeightgJH- 
& K CJRy 



ijisk^iast- rroih 
^i south it North. 



juth frdni uroo 

rst.eatsjioP.e!? 



ts ave toC, R 

.^.w.-Jth; 1 5 \ 

;ir icl t |Olif to i heights)— 

;^6ml|tdiapol2 avjstoCourt- 

" ' h of Raccoon 






rSt Si 



sou 



■■(■-I 



20 



BE8 M01SES C1TT 



-L 



DlijECTOliY. 



end ot lib 



Lucas. ! 

Kirkwood. i 

Oourtland Boulevard. 

Clifton Heights— South 

and 9th st bridge. : V 

Clinton jftvenuc- East from e 2SHh to 
j and beyond 31st, second north of North. . 

Clinton Avenue (Highland Park)— 
west from (Hh' ave to lKth, first north of 
Euclid ave. ' : 

Eighth. ' i 

Ninth. , 

Tenth. ' • 

Eleventh. 
Twelfth. 

Thirteenth, j }■>-. 

Clover Lane — North fr6m Grand ave 



of '3i)th 



— West from Des 
Tth, s fourth north of' 



to Clifton ave, first jwest 
Ingersol ave. 

Woodland ave[ 

I?lea}ant. ■ 

CdHege iflivenue 

f Moines -river to 1' 

LNorth. 

River ave. 

Michigan 

Vermont ave. 

Illinois " 

Ohio '« 

Maine :'! 

Bluff. 

Second. 

Arlington ave. 

Fourth. 
, Fifth. 

Sixth. 

Seventh. 

Eighth. 
•Ninth. 

Tenth. 

Eleventh. j 

Twelfth. 

Thirteenth. 

Fourteenth. 

Fifteenth. •* 

Seventeenth, 

Eighteenth. 

Nineteenth. 

Twentieth. 
7 Twqnty-first. 
. Tyvelnty-second. 
'■Twenty-third. 

Twenty-fourth. 

Twenty-fifth. 

Twenth-sixth. , v 

Tvyenty-seventh. 
Twenty-eighth (or Western, ave). 



Thirty-first. 
Beaver road. 
Forty-second; 



Columbia— West frc m e Gttviiinth (north 



°f 



Walnut'. 



V. 



from DeslMpinfes 
frpm 



east of 



Com mercial — Wes 

I rivijr,' jfirst north of Qhestnutl 
'JDcjoperj (South Park)— Southeast ; 
i Clifton ave to Irving, second southwest 
o:: Indianola aye. f 
(Cope I>r-lve— S Duth from Kingnjanj ave 
I to Clifton ave, we.st of 28th 
Cpri^'ellj (^ighla'ncVlflark)— Noti 
] £ vi'd avk to city limits, eighth 

Shjave. 
Euclid aye. 
Douglas ave r 
Lincoln " 
j kaiMon " 
! Garfteld: . «• 

' ; Grati|t 'j ■ " ■." ; . , 1 | 

Corijiling Ttvenue^ (highland ^aijk)— • 
Ea?t and west ftoiri/Gth aye, Seventh;; 
naijth of Des Moines river. 

iCoW^be— West from sl?th to lBth, tjiird 
ntiijtji of School. . 

Cottatie|Gr4 ve Avenue- (Northwest ■• 
frfohaOth to28(h! 

F 

G. 

T\v<jmty-f|rst 

Twenty-second. 

Tw^nty-thirdl 

Twenty-fourth 1 . '• 

iTwenVto- j - 

Twcnty-six^h. 

iT^w(;nty-seventhl 

Coui fj ffve'niie 

_Moine5! river to 



,/ 



» • 



first north of : Vjne. 
E First./' j 
ecjond. 
Hird. 
qur.th. 
JfthJ 
Sixth, j- 
Seventh^. 
J' Eighth. I 
1 Ninth ], 
' Tdnth. 
V Eleventh, 
'!' Twelfth 
H* ' Thirteen*. ' 
" (Fourteenth 
"1 Fifteenth.' ', 
,,; Sixteenth. . I j 
" Seventeenth. 
;■•' Eighteenth. 
;,< Nineteenth.- 'i 
" Twentieth. ! 

C, R.I& PRy. j ' 
E so iTwenty-sixth, . 
" jTv^nty^seyentii 
" jTwenty-eighthL 
Prospect ave 



E> — East from 



ajid beyond city ll mits, 



!| 



Pes 



■ i 
lb 



1 1< 



■ 'if. 

Con 



d<j> 



•I! i 
■'I 



t 



South 



K 



' 



Thirti M 



third. 



>E8 NtQINI 



j i 



liity 

W ^°1 IB ' il h ! 
u 

SOI 

u;:|tl&nld[ 






Ful 
Ei lib 



,uuiuv,eif froV lopppsrej 
! to jui ctjjon'oE BIop nijela 
iih of iidiancla|a^e.i' 



ton 

3D 

Mbfce" 
Hj'vs 

iGr'ay; 



Kirk; wood. 



dr 

h 



[ jFi rs t 
!'pe:ind 

. tour: 
Fi::ii 

ij'Spi aV£ 
j- Seventh 

'.i Nail :hl 
''iTpnIn 



!• 



Elie -,'ofa 
l::tt 



tatfth-'jof 
^st'frpm'i-Pc 
"* aorth o! C 



firitl 

'.'■ffi 



:». 



T\fel 

ThirtleeM. 
Fou-ieeptk 

jFiftiobih 

:Sevtiteeh[|i 

lEi'glileea'th. 

' !N T |n(|teeatfa v 

Jpnc tioijii of 



Crb<p|vta|it If f*fv 
NMvcomb nve 



i.Ktjij 



Dr4>oitH fniri- Nortl 



p^No-th 
■ opened" ''td 

iter/. 

Mar<|;t. 

P : i($cMh' 
1 Mitchell 

eas'-df 

Of School 



jBoul 



V 



e iffitfe-^p^ntiiiua^dMdf C&urtla Jd 
' ts Blronifiekl ave. J' j i ■ 'J 1 r 

u aye ; . I,. 1 .. >' :> ,'r ' Jl 



i ii. 



J tot venule 
N 



Nc 



.0 



.: li 



;tage Grove: ave. 



Cjurv i : (§outli Des ■ MdiUeW+3outhe$|st 

.:Mfr*n IJefh-bn. to'tf Kjl <^P'R|r, 

•fiis; nor:ji idianolit aval ' [ h, 

DUjs|o :th fro rr " \foodlanq.c ye to '. 3 leasar t 



Rail: oad 
I taccc 



. | ' ■ 

River: iide 



pi 



!to 

m. 

10th 



nil 

' ! i! 







Heig fc ts) 

MM 

We, 1 ' 



! (Cli 



fclTTJ.huto 



side 
finst 



/.. 



,-Wesjti 

If Mb: ri( 
enter'. 



J 



man 



avi:. 




rem 



ef 



liid berth from 



I; t 



est ^of 

o|Scott,|uti- 
to Coirt 



th frqni 
aire,, tbircl 



nihjn :^t north 



i v 



/' 



i'-'v 1 - ! 

orth -from 
beyond! city 



pl^iii p —East frdrn ObesP MpMes ri^er to 
'I j d,l fourt i sputhjof \ irje 

Uivirare ftvpiiw: 
i?ton Be ulavard i 
i nits, hidfeaSs cf d I9!h. 

-^m i i -j il ■. r i n 'i r in.. r 

;I>»it 'eri ift^ rehuie 
£ isttrbm mh av| 

'.«)! Cormnj; lave. t , 

jp)4l »• ii — East j'lrom 
d: iCouft ave. ' 

l>B6<iart— Narthf fr 



I 



t f'-l I 



ill. 



i|st east 
Dtici Moirk 

:ilUertd«: 

rst. ' 

^ond. 
ird. • 
Fourth. | 

f th. - . ' 

Hl th - 

Seventh. 

i fehth! 

Ninth. ' 

f'ihih. !■ 
jsventh, 
lelfth. 
jirteebt]i 
Wteent i. 
:'(eenth. 
iffeentn. 
i venteenth. 



U—fEasi"* from _ .. 
16th, f?ft^iniirt)]Dfe Vine. 



Is fhtep^it i. • 

aT'&-£C.Ry. 



t 



M lr||erity-se|cojib. 
jventy-thIro; f 
henty-ifoiirtt. 

venty-^iith. 

v^nty-si cth. 

nion-t-i-asf Jfron 4 th to 1st, fif^h 



ijciTth^pfiSchoJl" 

>< 1 1 1| jlas (I -iSgh land Pkri) 



# ,,c<i:M.f 
'jF:u h. 

F iintingtop 
B:wman. 
0>fcird. ' 
C&m bridg 



Cambridge, re 



'.}■ 



M\ 



I 



'ourth north 

i 

first squth 
e to 
|>es RToines 



\>!l 



•rt 



■East from. 
:odd north pf 



22 



DES MOINES CITY 



DIRECTORY. 



Dubuque Ttventje—East from e 20th 
to and beyond 31st,; fourth north of e 
North. . ! 

E — North from Buchanan 1 to old corpora- 
tion line, first east ot 15th. i 
E — North from Maury to Raccoon, un- 
opened to Market, thence' to Vine, 
first dast of 15th. 
Shaw. | . 
Scott.. \^ 
Market. 
Eastern Boulevard— Northeast from 
l$th to city limits, first north of North. 
, Nineteenth. .. 
Foundry. 
Delaware ave, 
Twenty-first. , ' 
Twenty-second. 

Edison Kvenue (Clifton Heights)— 
East from .Clifton ave, seventh south- 
west of Indjanola ave. i 

Edmund i(llighland Park)— JNorth from 
Riverside avenue to Bussard road, 
first west of Saylorville road. 

Eighteenth E-rNorth from e Vine to 
North, eighteenth east of Des Moines 
river. 
E Court ave. f 

» Brooks ave. 



E Walnut. I 

Capitol. ! 

Grand ave 

Des Moines. 

Lyon. : 

Maple. 

Walker. I 

North. 

Indiana ave. 

Forest '/ \ \ 

Eighteenth— North from Woodland 
ave to North (unopened to University 
ave), thence to Clark (unop'ened to 
Franklin ave), thence to Arlington ave, 
eighteenth west of Des Moines river. 

Pleasant. ' ■ : ■ 

Center. i 

Crocker. 

School. i 

North. 

Closed to • 

University ave. 

Forest ave. 

~€teFk, r-r-l— - 



Unopened tlo Franklin. 
Arlington ave. '& 

Eighteenth E So— South f rom e Vine 

to | Maury, eighteenth east of Des 

Moiines river. 
C, StP&KC Ry. 
C, R I & P Ry. 
W, Stl&PRR. 



E|Marke>. 
Scott. 
Maury 
Eijghteejrrth (Sou, 



■J 



h Riverside Park 



North [from Franklin ;ave to Riverside 
av<e, jninth east of e sot)th. ; ! 

Ijl'ghtli-iiNorth from Vine to Pleasant 
I (unAbfmejd to Chestnut), thence to Pros- 
| pec/t I Boulevard, dighth north of I])es 
i Moines riveri 
(phefr'sf.; i| ' 
Mulberry.' ! ] 



\ValU. 



|.7l 

'i f • 



Cjlark. 

State 

Washington 

|ef terser! . 

Frankl^. . J , | • 

Prospedtj fioulevarid. 
Ejighth W 1 So— South fronj Vide; : 
Elm,|efig^tliwe£Jt.oi Des Moines rjiyir 

Market 

Elm. 
Eighth 



Locust. 

C* rand ! ave. 

High. |j 

P t lea'santi 

Uunopened toji 

Chestnut. 

Park. 

Cpnter. 

Cirocke', 

School 

Ljaurei 

North. 

Indiana ave. 

Fpifest (tv£ 



R- 



(Highland 



Lake' ave to and 



second 
Qvid. , . 

uclkl aVe. ! 

ouglaSsj" 
HincoW f.. 
IVfadisOp ' ' 

"Mr 



west of t|h ave 



Gar fie 
Ejighth 1 

| froir 

isoiith 
Vl^ashiigton 
Jeffersdnl 
Madiscjm 
Nfonro 
Cjay- 
~Vkn. 

Eighth 

' cust, 

Ejighth 

Des ] 
Moin 



(South De 



Park)-f-Nprith fijop 
beyond' Garfield aye, 



/ 



to 



Moi^ies)- 
piccoon |iver t to Van^^eiglitfij^ 
of Des Moines river 



Southeast 





E — North i rom 
hth east of Des Moinesrrjv^ 



So— South from e V|rJ 



lnes; river, 
riven 



> 

eighth east of Ees 



Mafkfe 



ve. 




W Sp— S«j>u|th Jrom Vine to ; 
of I Pes Moines 



second 



South 

! 



astiromDes 
-sla, second & 



23 



eleyent(i wes 
from jiDes chines river to e' 



.i * i 



cf Vine, 



■h 



i^pilnes riy*»r to 
of e Vine. 



nth 
Ll|eVe ntjh 
el'tr 

ejjoEd et/So|31st, firs' x 
ed bet Wai 



TJV$st f tolTfHnrTj o 1 1 th, r first 
idave (E Dps Moiirek), 



I •. 



fro 



south 

frpra 

son rivd, first 



lle.rpad to; Had 
:WasI}ingjtpi aye 

ihteajiigjh-pSouth fro n Court al'eito W, 
' A " J - " PR.R, first e^st'of JT\yentyi 



■;t 



frorn 1BJK ?folimi 
tiridgSe, fifth nWtb oi :/K 
rti rteeotb " n 
rwelftJ 
ileyenth. 
Ten h. 
fiUh. 
Siihth. 



Thfcd . 
Sii ^ri| t ml 

bnil 



iie (Highla^tH-fart^r^t 



bey.qnxLCam- 
(to^ningave, 



l Cdh 



-rrNorth frofti C< 

; Jest,i{ *Mtj. 



i t 



f 



xsydn 



n, 

aury 

e so flOth). 



first 



n<jl Mil,, firs 

ii i' i • 



24 



DES M0INH8 CITY 



F (South Riverside Park)— North from 
■J Mitchell ave to Riverside ave, fourth 
east of e, so !)th. x j 

Fair Etvenue— See e !Hst. ' j ' 

Fifteenth — North from Vine to and 
beyond School, fourteenth] west of Des 
Moines rivei,. 

Fifteenth E— North frojn e ,Vine to 
Washington ave, fifteenth east of Des 
Moines river. 

East Court ave. 
r brooks ave. 

East Walnut. 

Capitol. i ■ ^ 

Grand ave. 

Des;M^oines. • 

Lyon.j , 

Maple ' 

Walker 

Buchanan. r 

Fremont. ' ' 

Kansas City ave. i 

Hubbell. v , ■ 1 , 

Polk. . ' S . . 

Washington^ ave. | .-. 

Fifteenth E So—South from^ e Vine 
to Mitchell ave, fifteenth east of Des 
Moines river. ;' ; 

Market. >. 

C, St P k C Ry. 
'. C, Rl'&PRy. 

W, St L& PllH , 

Raccoon. { ! 

C, B & Q Ry.-; • \ ' | 

Scott. j i 

Shaw. , j 

Maury. . 

i Railroad ave. i . ~J i 

Harriett \ ; 

Des Moines riper , j 

Riverside ave.' 

Boulqvard. ' 

Franklin ave. '■ 

Simonton ave .,.. ■ 

Michel ave : '' 

•Fifth — North from Vine to Grand ave 
(closed to Chestnut), thence to College 
avej fifth west of Des Moines r|\ler. 

Cherry 
, Court ave • i. 

Mulberry 
Walnut. 
Locust. » 
Grand ave. 
Closed to ! 
Chestnut. 
Park. 
Center. 
Crocker 
School. 
Ascension 



^)IRECJTOE> 



a,ve 



i 



I i 
-Uoopfcnjed jto 

jNorttJ. 

Indiana 

Forest ave 

Orchard, j 

Clark.j ' 

College ave. 

F^fth (kjghland Park)— Norfh from 
York ave to Grand ave, first east ■ of 
Oth ave. ' * 

Corning ave 
Boston ave. 
Baltimore. 
Denver. 
Ovid. | 
Euclid aye. 
Douglas 
Lincoln 
I Madison 
Garfield 
Grant aVe. 



N|e\V, 



3 



Fifth (S 



ve. 



ave, 

ave. 

ave. 



Des Moines) 



< / 



-Soutlieas|t 



Ractoon .river tq and beyondj 
fifth' south of Des Moines river 

Washington: [ - ' ( 

Jefferson.; ] • j : 

Madison) .1 ' ,1; : , 

Monroe 

Clay, j 



V 



Van. 

f ifth, 



i i 



I 

! 



1 '3 



T North, frome Viine tpGarjfield 

fifth east of Des Moines river. 
E'Coun ave. , ; 

Walmjt. 

Locust. i : ! '"![" • 

GraKd ave. j | 

'[ Des Moines. 

■ i L y°p 

'[ Maple 
Linii 



/ 



i <■ 



i ! 



Hays. 

Garjie|d. f ,. ( 

FIithiE Sot— South from e Vine* toiDfs 
i Mpinesj Wyer, fifth eajst of same, 
MaVketL 

aecoqn 



\~ 



Allien 
3bott. 

3haw. j 

viauryj , § . .. . ,. 
Jes Mpirjes river. | l 



» . 



E Sixth V 

: 'A 1 ; 

Penna ave. 



B 



F.tth : ^| So— South f^om Vine tb 
j beyond 
Mdines 

r, t '[ j i . : i ■ ' i 

Fumore-pEaSit from Des Moines river 
to C, iel ayenth north or e Vine. , 



V 



anp 



\ 




j'Jrst— l^c-i 

^ J r \vest of 
', : - Cqurt ave 
JJ.; Walnut;' \ 
Ldcust. 
Grand} av^ 
Chestnut. 
| -Center. , 
1 Crocker. 
School. 
Short. •*; 

, ' Wiiicjvj. r 

Aspersion 
Divisiobi 

h fromlRa 
| MoinV 

Jeifeijsoij 
Maclisdn'. 
{Monroe. 

m] 

yan.| 

, first eas 

] E Court! 
• Walnii 
" Locus 
"Gran^jc 
" Des 
* Maple'. 
'Flirstjkt 
Moine 
Market 

pes Mqiii<! 

if retfyV' 
| beyond 
river. 

irds tili 
JlorfiJle 
' noritli 'of] 

Forest ,fltH 
Moines 
second 
kiver. ave!. 
Jflichiganl 
!f l^emonjt' jiy| 
Illinois.] ave 
Ohio ave 
(Maine ayfe 
; Bluff 1 . 
; Second. 

j Vhiiy. 

, Fourth..! 
: Fifth. 
Sixthjave. 



7' ' ■ i 



:f> 



i . . i 



jjndJf 5f-^Norihf re m 
t^V/^sliiiJgiton: ave, it 

' I! V 'J i 



^ejyepth 

Te^th. 

El kyeotHi-. ?- 

lir'teje:: thJ 

curteeiith 

'i ;t|eenj i. 

i: te€*3ji.j j 
Seyetftarnth 
Eighteenth, j 
Nineteenth'.' 
TVe^tich. i 
Tyenty-firs| 
T\itfcLty- second, 
Tv fcdty ■ third.! '. 
Tvfenky-fqurt^. 
T\ enty; fifth 
T^enjy sixth 
1?M!enty- seventh, .,,,,, 
T^i;in'|t> ■ eighth (or West e r.a 
T\Jent)miit& ' ,h * 
T;i|irty-lftrst:< 



i / 



Beaver 'oad. ( 
Ecrty-sECpndj 

oi eat [' [>'|riyie— -Sbulhiiit 

oi t Dc4fli«4ri2t|j t|> Hiv«:H third s<j>uth 



i)f V:ne.' I • .1 . 
cJfRI^P^y. 
IM& 7 t't)RR. 




1 )th 

► i rit^lh.'^Venti^ i(& 

»iirti'«!mli|-|-Noj:tl; from! Vine to anp 
Deycca Spijiopl, |fourjU6r thwestpf Des 

Mohtis^rfverj^ ' | j | .' ,• • 

irom Vine to 
, fpurteetatn east 

i 1 



I ! 






oji ipt^hth^ J£— N8rth 
Mid bsycjnd city limijts 
[j)es M/pipes rjiver ' 



Gou rt ave, I 
WalniM. V - 



13 

i 



square 
ve 



i 



Fp em drit 
tbbb j1 
tsh ngton avd. 



»s JS fc iries. 



Thompson. 



. 



25 



«c 



*. t' 



ave). 



from ''Grand 



]£&! tonBouJevarcl 

.4c 



nd eqjst of e 

■ ii ! 

6 km) 

Vine tp f and 



j* 



, 



)•> ! 



•>r 



/26 



DES MOINES CITY 



. Arlington ave. 

Arthur. 

Hull ave. 

Fourteenth E ^o— South from e Vine 

to Mitchell ave, fourteenth east of Des 

• Moines river 

Raccoon. 

Scott.' 

Shaw. ! 

Maury. 

, Vale. 

\ Railroad ave. 
'^Harriett. 
\Des Moines river. 
Riverside ave. 
Boulevard. 
Franklin ave. 
Simonton ave. 
Mitchell ave. ' •' 
aFourth— North from Vine to Franklin, 

. fourth west of Des Moines river. 
• Court ave. 
Walnut. 

Locust! ' 

; , Grand ave. 

Chestnut.- ' 

Center. 
Crocker. 

.School. i 

Short. ' . ' 

Willow. 
Ridge. 
t " Ascension. 
. Division. 
North. 

Creighton. ! 

Indiana ave ? ; 

Forest ave. , - ; . 

Orchard. 
Clark. 

State. > 

Franklin. V , j 

Fourth (Highland Park)~North : , from 
New York aye to Grant ave,' Second 
east of (5th ave - ' 

Corning ave. 

Boston ave. ? 

Ovid. [ ' 

Euclid ave. 

Douglas^. ' }■'. 

Lincoln ave. • 

Madison ave. 

Garfield ave. 
| Grant ave. 

/Fourth (S Des Moines)— Southeast from 
Raccoon river, fourth south of Des 
Moines river. I, I 

Washington. 

Jefferson. 

Madison. | 

Monroe. 

Clay 



mBEqTOKY.l 



] >urth : JE— Nor^h from e Vine to Ha 



Locust, 
!■' Grand! ave 
Des M6ines. 

Maple; j 

fa? 5 - '.:\ 

J^Ou'rthJE^o— South froml e ; Villi 
DesjMoines river, fourth east of sarrit 
E Market. ■ i : J [ n \ \ '>. 

Elm, | 



G 



Van. 



fourth.east of Pes Moinfcs 
E Court ave ' " 

Walnut. 



Raccoqn. 

Allen.! 
cott. 
haw 



4- 



rive 



■I 



f 



*• 



■t 



.iD 



ei 



A 



{(South RH-e- 
so, l^-th-ito 
of Mitb 



^(inetebrj 



■uid 
be 
ie\ 



lpes Mjoi leg river 
Itoulrth W So;— South (from Vir|e td> 
•| Raccoon river^ fourth west- of 

j MoiheiJ , I' 

$!+!■ ' \ ... , 

Ffjrartkjli:pi ( 7tvenue-4 
Parljs^East from e 1 
Moines river, second^ north 

:[l ave! i ; ■ 

D. 

fifteenth., 

Sixteenth. 

IJjlenJer. -. : 
Seventeenth.. 
Wei land. ', 
tEig-ntejenth 
Sheffel ] 



th. 



o|ni:— East from iDes Moines rjve^i 



iijtq l.^'th k tenth north bf east 

iMFj/Siktl; 

%■ I; I 
pbnna. a 



ve 



Ninth ;> 



EiT\ye|ftfy 
■'I Thirteenth, 

• c. : ] t : h. 

' .1 Fourteenth 
iFifteerjlth:' 



Vine. 



Flulton 
iEast 



y 



venue, (C|iftop, Height— 
, Jfrtjm. Clifton ave sijcth southwest 
}of indie ndla ave., ' | ! ; I 



jtyorth.f -pm Center to and! beyond Mi 
^econcj vest of 19th- ' ,.| , ni 
JNorth f:btri'C, R I & P Ry 
first easjt of elCth. ^ 



tojEpobk 



s, 



vr( 



Ga -field 

from % 
* Raccobii 
7ou[rth. 
j Mfth., 

Ukth'ji- 

Sevenjl} 

G&rfield 

ErisJ: 'it 

M nth} 
liWh'tdfi. 

Bikth | 
ith.. ; , 
urtH. : 



[idtmgtq 
k 'wm4n. 
{)yfordl. 
^ibbiidg 

Garyef 
jfcyenth 

G^dfgi-T I 
rjum-av< 
rlvdr.- : 



G 



aorth of' 



G$ode}— Ej 

^rstrsout 

GomM— Essjt 

)* i fs isouti 
iE.ft4qj-:3p 
cjjt; first 
G re rid . fttUI 

Vlbmes i i; ar to ar 

! ? ^ t ,| All 

Second 
Tl i s rd 

jlfctirth. 

■ i^fn.; 
!!it;tbi 



ave. 

ti^hth 

Mirith. 

lEhv^nthi 
; ;tvel£ih 
•Tl irkjenth 
FcUrteebtr 
Fi "tepntni 
■S|j:teeiitli, 
; iSeyenteint 






i atee nth 



T.vjerit^-n'rs 

TVenty-jeh 1 

ijand p£f 

Ivloi'ies 

4Vibjs 




^EO 1 



1 



3K 



First 

Secbid. 

Thi^I 

Pmf :h 
Fifth, r '■ 

[Sixth].! ,• 
t venth. 

■em-".- 

fe Wrr, ■'. 

ev t? •' 
vellph^ 

Tiirldenth. 
Fourteenth. 
FlrjarklinSq. • 
Fifteenth. 
Sixteenth..; 
Seventeenth^ 
pighjteerithv- 



sTp&kc 

? we ityjsecjcfild 
Twenty it Fi 
Tweiity^oTtFfir. 
TweAty-fiftb 
Twenty/sixth.]; ■■''.■ 
J wenty-gevebt^i 
T. weAty-eighti( ' 
|I wenty-ninthV i. 




tthirfieth \-, l'.i < 
, u |s|hLt^F4ir (GrbuiirjsJ ,...,,.. 
p far it "ft vjeli|uei j Highl im I Pa<rk)-East 
M rDfn, Oth^.beypndjJCaiijbrifige, (lfth 

lioi'th of Euclid ave, • \; 



!!' -T 



I I 



I 



Fdurth. 
ird. 

njinijtptt 
vma:i 
fbrd. l 'l; i 

bri .i#;j t 
^it Flgice— ^l|Torth|jft[oirf BroHkstivetd 
f air JJrbUndsJ fourth ea*t of # imh". 
■a\y (C iSfJon Heights^ Xti'M iijomj. Clif 
tjf nf ave, twelfth jsout'r vest of^ndianola 

4 ley j -lighten d ' ? irk —East | from 
t:untndi()n }Q ark .ifceyopjd iCarh- 
bridgi l |blxth ijoi th-Af Euilidj £ V e.'| r 
umvrdod •' JLarie— Itorth jfrom 
Grand, aye to CliftbrifLve west offKSth 
Mrica '(Clifton) He ' ' ' " A " 
<j)liftqh ave, , blttb 
a aV& 

West 1 frojh Ml' tb lQth, first 
-Siho4.; jl,- f.[ * 

irl'^— North ,frbni[! Thommoq to e 
rli^jjton ave, second ive it bile Hth , 
ortif froni Waljcerffirst east^bf e 17tH. 
h'lfrBm 

ast "" 



c »anp 
ro ve 



ef gjh.tsj-r\^est 'from 
^jutiivelsk o^ In- 



i:-- -i 



north of Schobi. 



oiJtl^arid sou h IfrBm School, first 



!1 



28 



DES Mt)INE8 CXTi DIRECTORY. 



I 



Hall— .East from Ijst to Des Moines river,; 
second north of School. ^ 

Hamilton (friehkind Park)— North from 
Ovid to Grant lave, fourth east of Oth 
ave. j i 

Euclid ave. ; i 

Douglas 
Lincoln 
'•Madison 
Garfield " ; i 

, Grant " \ 

Hampton Avenue — East from Town 
to and beyond' ej so 81st, first south* of 
Maury (unopened between e cn ° ttfK 
and 80th). 
Hancock (Highland Park) — East from 
Oxford to Cambridge, sevent 
of Euclid ave. ! 
Harriett— East fi-om e so 14th 
ninth south ofjVine. 



Harrison — South 



so 28th 

»t. from 
} north 

to lukii. 



from Brooks ave to 



C, R I & P Ry, first east of 23rd. 
Hjarrlson E So— South from Brooks 
' , ave to C, R I & P Ry, sixth east of 

e 30th. [ 

Hartley (see e 20th). . 

Harvard (Highland Park) (See 3rd). 
Hawthorne (Cliiftpn Heigh tsj— South 

from south' side] of Intiianola ave to 

Prescott Drive, third southeast of 7th 
; st bridge.. ! ■ 

Hays— Eas^ from C^NWRy to e (i|h, 

seventh north of Walnut. 
Heffel (South Riverside Park)— North 

from Franklin ave ] to Riverside ave,; 

tenth east of esc* 0th. <: 

Herder (South Riverside Park) — North' 

from Franklin ave to Riverside ave,' 

sixth east of e so 0th. 

Hewitt— East from e Kith to 20th, first 
! south of Walnut 

High-^West from (»th ave to jand beypnd 
28th, first north pf Grand ave. 
Seventh, 
i Eighth 

jNintjl • 
jTentl. 
'Elev.mth 
Twelfth. ' 



Fourteenth. 
Fifteenth. 
S^xt62nth. 
Seventeenth. 



Nineteenth. 
Twenty-first. 
Unopened to 
Twerty-eighth. 
Hillside Avenut 

frc m east side of 
P jR f&PRy, fpt 



Parik) 



(South 
Blopmfield 
sputhofllndiahol 



East 

we to C, 

a ave. 



owe 



Indiana ^venuej— East from M 



a ,r e. 



|tb IDes, jftc 

School 
Eighth 1 ;! 
Siejvehtl 
Sixth aWi. 
fifth. 
Fcjurtlr. 
Tliir^l. 

Maine 



v J. 



#0 ; f 

[Umoisf 
Vesrmont 
Des Moines 



Ir gereoll 



Iqwia 



o!mes| (Clifton Hefchtsy-Soutliwest 

from indianoja ave to Coprjer,!, first 
southeast 6f Clifton ave, M ; "j-'j.;!]" ' 
jfajojme— South.frarr e Raccoon to Scott 
first east of (3 19t i \ ' "■, J : ; | jl ■' 
jflici|W&rd— rEast from e so 5th to iltith 
sixth south of e yine i ' 

we Oifton Heigh ts)t-East jfrortt 
Clifton ave to jrour,tlandjBou|le7arqi 
tenth southwest, oj: Ihiianota aye. 

fc>xie— ScWh from Market to Sqott ave 
first ;w<fst of e &8th. 

Lbbell -JEast , f jom [e 9th; to iVari 
Buskirc ave, Second- nortjr „df rFret 

' mont;,' ' j 

E) Thirteenth. ',. 

') Fourteenth. \ \ 

EJnglish'. ; ! 

EJ Fifteenth , 'J 

Yjan Busliirk ave, | ■ :'.{"■ 
Ht^U ltv|ent|e-|-East from Penasyl 
vaniaaye to Dejalwareiave, thirteenth 
north qf I North. ! ! •: 

punting ori (Highland Par.k)4-Hortr 
; from Ovic to city limits/Fourth 

of (Hh eye ' ' 

Eijclid ave. 
[Douglass; 
fyjncolp I 
Madisqn 
Garfield 
Grant 

-^North j from Desj Moines . tjc "vVaiker, 
jeightee itr east' of Des Moines rivqr 

lifilos 2£veniie4-North frim 
, ;to College 
Indiana a^e. 
F<taejst avj 
Cliark. 



I 



ave. seventh east 

i * 



of 0th 



inestiver, second I nortu xif 



river. 



leasi 



ortt 
avi 



at 



Irdianola : tveriuc j (S Des iMdines) — 
^outhea^t from ^th st bridge |tO:and 
>ejk>nd pi(y limits} I [ I 



2 L^eiiue— West iib 



aye afid ltth, beyobdtPark 
raorth of Grand 1 ave. 

2tv«:riiJie (See Home), 



niGprid 
lWejjfirst 



fcrr 



i 



Drive 

•of ClifW 
'jo|ck«Jpn 

be y^ond 

jelfffe teo J 

"to Bluff 

' >' *ve st 'tc k 



Mr l^ W 
|l4th 



Eleventh. 
Jig! th 
Ninth 



I' 



h 






i> 



Isevcnteiqt 

fnim;e2 
ffje rsoirL 



roid teyimcl 



Washi 

inth 

Nell 

ffgrso 



ott .d: stroll 



I' 



j ; i <{• 



,,-ik; 



i -st, south' 

'ir-t 

Fobrth. 
,'Fiilh. 
; sixth. 

ij3§. th 

■ifepfl* 
urjve 

n'diahpl 
iac r l 

Uft»]Jen|fedt 
i^gtonji 

Sifcllh.E.y^fi 
Sqvent 1 
Eighth. 
Nir.th, : 
Tenth. 



Eleventh 
(Tvvjslfth . 

I Thirteen 
i Fourteen 



li 




DIRECTOR*! 



nglish av 
JFifteenlj 
in Bjisk |rk 




29 



4 J *-E?ist frome 
rernont. 



SeVenlejnth. ! 



!■ in; ' i • ■ ■ ': : 

J ■'lwesti:from in- 



agmar l • ,»veiiue4 

jteijse'ctk in! of J'C Dttige ' 

■24$ to 28th, fip t norttj 6f School 



Grove ave andj 



<]irkWodd (qjiitpn Heights) r West , 
fror^ jitjictiodi Clifton j?.,^! and, Court- ' 
Ian^ Bjulevafd/fourtl<:!it|h jsoufhwjest ^ 
of- Ipdmnola ijnb.i ».]'!■'■ j 

South from 'tfp'th to jLincoln, second 
west! of foes ftio ncs nye r. | ' • 
Jtkyet<fe--vVos from -it th to D, second 
jfiorJh'ct Schcp. ■■'| j •' .:' • 
3 ke Avenue (Hi^hlaM.Park)— North ; 
fronVNew Yoi k aye k> Eoston ave.. fiVst - 
eWof ie>22n(.. };j .jf j j ,j j , 
Pllicfli-Nbi'tli from Maple toWprlh, ; ; 
first]ea:|of e,^no/ j ■ \ /. , ,' 
iL^brel^Westifri^ OthJ kve to 8th (un- 
Opette'c !4o iSil^ 'therice to. 13th,. first 
.hortn of'Schpp; . , .r, . J " ■ ; ■' ' \ 
lU^Jrdy — South ire m {BiisHprd Road, first 
J | feast of Huntington; -| '.- ; ,' < ■ I V 
^yncjr— ^Vest ; ftdm Ipth to Catholic: 

cerretify, firsttpoHli 1 "^ .Renter* . 
iHcb .n-T$butn fromlBriboks and to C,f 
R li& P'Ry, Wst wtei U e 20th' , ' t 
^ ' r,i * m^hland •Fjark)- 
d, beyond Carn- 
uclid ave. 



Incolnj ^tycntie! (^ 
'Easjfrpm lfith tpjan 



bridge,! th 
^h'irtijeiith 
7>elfith 
leveat 
'entr.," 
iriem. 
I iighth;: 
?everth \ 
Sixtli ' " 



frdj nprth of 



Sixi^enih. - - . ; W 
IbiK^-r-Ezst from; ^S{> 

KV-Nortl 

jo^ 1st 



ixtc tenth. 



\i 



it 



1 



tides' M 



oines 



|lii~-Kjast fl-ohi; 1st 
npr|h'of As 

:ri-rfljljj)rth from 

!, first i-v^st of! e29t: ( 

ri—VVest/lrom^llth # to 24tl first 

[thbf Araiid avei fl ' b 

inth. 



t Ascension 
iNjcrfh'to 



i! 



Dupuque 



i i 



30 



„ 



ES I^OINES CIT 



Closed to 

Twenty-first. 

Closed to 

Twenty-third. i i I 

H. ■ ; . J ; 

Twenty-fourth. ' ■ 
Linn— East frome 5th to <lth, sixth north 

of Walnut. , '. 

Locust — West from Des Moines river to 
'and beyond loth street, fourth nor^h 
of Vina i. . 

<irst. 

Second. . ! 

Third. ' 

Fouqh 

Fifth. 

Sixth ave. 
. Seventh. 
I Eighth. 

(Ninth. ; 

Tenth, i 

'Eleventh. 

twelfth 



Fifteenth. 
• Sixteenth. s - 

Locust E 1 - East jfrom Des Moines river 
to e !>th, third north of e Vine. 

E First. 

" Second. 



% 



f. 



Third. 

Fourth. ' " ■ ■ 

Fifth. 

Sixth. 

Seventh. 
" Eighth. 

" Ninth. ; I " ; 

Capitol Building. 
Logan Kvenuc (Clifton Heights)-4- 

East from Clifton ajve to Brancrott 

ave, fifth southwest of Ind^anola ave. 

Lovers Lane— Southeast from Tetai 
to McMerkin, first northeast of Tryst 
ing Place. 

Lucas (Clifton* Heights)-- We$t . from 

i Clifton avej thirteenth southwest of 
Indianola ave. 
L^on— East from e 1th to 20th, sixth 

] north of e Vine 

E Fifth. 

" Sixth. 

':' Seventh. 

Pen na ave. 

E Ninth. 

" Tenth. j 

" Eleventh, i i 

"Twelfth. - 

" Thirteenth. 

" Fourteenth. 
; " Fifteenth. 

" Sixteenth. ' 



TO] 



i i 



E Seven 
'I. 
' C, $t P 



i^ Twbnty 

]' Tw&aty- 



Twenty- 

■it i' 
1 w 



te$nth. 

liKC 




IT, 



;i 



Des 



It 



n m 



A\C\\C 



Tw 
VTadiaon 

'j lsttjoqutve.fir 
First.' 
$econ"d. 
'third, 
Fourth. 
Fifth, 
tfixth 
Seventh 
jtighth. 
<jur\jel 
ijtfptitfco^i fa veriii 
i ! East £x 
j] north <p 
thirteenth, 
twelfth 
Kleveiitll 
Tenth ; 
Smth. 

ightli. 

ixth. i 
Itifth. , 
ifourth. 

lihird.j 

jlunting on 
man 
fore: . 

anibrud 

iyiadisoi 

! Washi 
i east of 



1 



Bowi 

mto 



ig 



La 



iyiadisori 

| Was pii!ig 
! west! of e 
miid^n _. 
\\Xot Hfton 
M^ihei k 
I to Bluff, 
Indiakji ave 
Fore8t;4ye. 

qiarkiV." 1 } 
(jjollege ave 

rijiuffi I 

I^^pleT-E^ 

| sixth, sev 
E Fifth. 
'[I Sixth. 
' j Seventh 
Fienna a\ 
B Nintji. 
' I Tenth. 
Eleventh 



e. 



;e/conc 
jiird. 
purth 
ifth. 
xth. 
(S 



Ry 



Moines) — 
5tisou(heast 



■ftfig-hlahc 

(i to Cnmbrid 

ave. j 



i 
i 



of 



djith 
Jefferson 



it 



on 



iel : < 



!, Park) 
Ke fourtn 



[ i' 



1 !* 



Aven'u'c; — North froiq 
l on ave to e Jefferson, ; prs 
aylorvjlje road 



Avenue— North < .Iron 

tbn avenue to jeffiJrsW, '■".its . 

Dth.r , Y " r ' ] • r 

ne — Nor|h from Grand av£ 

ave, fourth west of 28th. - 

venu|e— North frbm N^rth 

ifth e£stiof Sixth aye 



it frorf 
onth north 



e Fourth- 'to 
of e Vice 



I 



' ii 



Twenty- 



1 1 




])iit^CT: 



tor. 



HcjixieJ; ' 'j , ;i -. |] 
E 5d l^v/ 3n ^-eighth. I] , ^ 

If [au*-y---East from -foes ) Alpines rivqr to 
lij&fthi psvfe'nth southjo: is Vink 

■fchL.I ■■ <-iu I" 'J f 




31 






f- * 



i 1! 



-1 



Eighteenth 



Iti 
'■' Ytfiint 



if 



th 



!' I .uui. i . 1 ■ 
" .' Wyandotte. 
'' TivehtyTtbird. 
,*• llUenty-fpurth. 
Town), kr , 
Eshbaifh.' < 
^abas^i '' _ 

so Tweatvl-seveath.; 
, T oxie. ■;! . |I| !l , ' ; ; 
E;so Twenty-eight?!. 






■ i 



: :ii 



qeyond "E so 
qfr Market 



, rirtyjnrst. 
I flee kj- - East I £ jrom tjTdwn 
■ [ Twebty-eighth, first Sou 

E so T verity-fifth' 

Eshbaijh, r 'I 1 '' ■ ;j 

E so Tventyf sixth. 1 :.' ] 

V/abajf.' ■■ ' ! -■'I' 

Hoxi£. 

Esq lljvtent'y-eighth. / , 
4litchc Ifty^'nuefte from C, R I & 
PR/ opposite Sherman lake, Sevas- 



topo 



IHchijr in 



:iCofl^e|'il^, ninth east |pf Oth a\[e 



I itm\j * P$ from 19th j ..to ' and 
' ' ,Cott i je jjGrota ; aVe, fijst n^rjtb 

'ttnn 1, if f Trnrkftr and Coltac 



Uiiopene 
Town. 
K: hbaiig! 

so Twe^t^sixtfy I 

abash. 



Fpuitii 

Fifth: 

Sixth: 



to and beyond city limits 



■North from 



Indjanaiave to 



beyond 
m pf junc- 
tion jEff Crocker and (tottage: Gj-ove 
avesJ' ■ c ' ' I ; i' ■ ■ ! '■ ' 

]ttKf>iirc>i:.(S Des;Moine|Hsiuth , {rprn 1st 
'to C 'l> ve, second Boutheastpf Jdnerson. 
First. ,.[■ •' " ' ' ' " ' 
Sfcondl. " ( 

pird. 



.it 



32 



DES M'»INI<is (JI'H 



fi 



DIREGTOkY. 



gjevqnth 
Eighth. 
Curve. ; 

Morse 2*v,eriue (Clifton 



Heists)— 



l East t from Clifton ave to Cqmftland 
j Boulevard, eighth southwest of Sp^an- 
1 o*l a aye. ' . , n r t 

Montgomery (See Searle). ] \ 

Muiberjry— West from 5th to Kith, 
s.econcl north of Vine. 
Sixth ave. ■ ■ 

Seventh, 
ijighth.' 
. Ninth. ; 
Tenth ., 
Eleventh. 
Twelfth.; 
Thirteenth. 
. Fourteerith. 
Fifteenth. Vi 

Sixteenth. 1 

Neiman— rEast from H5th to Motor hie, 
second north of C. K I & V Ry | ' 
NejwVork Ttvenue (Highland l?afk). 
—East arid west from (>th ave/J first 
south of Corning ave. . t [■ 

flvcnue — North from 



North,: fourth wesfrof 



ave 

Ljqsj 



Newcjomb 

Grind ave to 
2Sti. 
Newton— North from Maple to North, 

first east of e l'5th <- ( 

Nineteenth— North from Grand 
to Clark, nineteenth we'st of 
1 Moines riven; .; 

Ingersoll ave. 
>(-Highi, 
1 Woodland ave. 
., Pleasant. ' 

Center. • j 

Leyner. j 

River. ' 

Cottage Grove aye. 
Crocker : j . 
Mill. . ' ' ' 1 

School. ' j 

■ North. ! 

Forest ave. 
Chirk; 
Nineteenth (Sduth Riversid 
North from Franklin ave to, 
ave", eleventh east of e so ikh 

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Walnut, nineteenth east of Des Moines 
river. 1 • ■> ". 

■C. R I&P.Ry. ' i •; 

. <C. StP&K'CRy. ' 

E Court 'ave. J 

Brooks ave. ( l> ', 

E Walnut. 

Ninth— North from Vine !to Prospect 
Boulevard, ninth west of Des Moines 
river. ! 



de ; Park)l- 
d Riverside 



cli 



Cherry. 

S Mulbeijry. 
j Walnut. 
! Locust. 
i Grand av 

I Hjghi; \ 

j Pleasant. 

jPark.l I 
jCe.nte'rJ 
ii Crocker. 
'(School. ! 
j North/ 
Indiana a^e. 



1 1 



:] 



! Forest aV{ 

Clark 

State. 

Washington 

Jefferson. 

Frankli 

Prospecjt. JJtou 
^in^h! (Highland 



Park av<: to and beyond Garfield r.ve, 



seconjl west of (Hh, avenue, 
[Euclid ave!; 
fClintpn jay 
ijDouglass alve. 
^Lincoln] a\e. 
IMadisori aue,. 
!Gar field! are. 



•f 



ark)— North from Oak 



Ninth p— N ox th 1 Irpm e 
] [ninth ea;t 6^ Des Moi 



Vine 
Loines ri 



E Court aye. 
j' ' Waln'M 
!" Locust: 
i" Granidia^e^ 
Pes Mpinefc. 
Lyon, j' 
JMaple! ' 
Small. 
jWalker. 
Buchanan. 
Fremont, 
i JFilmore. 
Hubbell 
folk. 

Washington 
PeAtOn lave' 
Jetferifyri. 
Vacant lots 
Arthur: 
Four street: ; 
Hull ave* 
Tiffip. ' I 
Portej\..'j ! : 

•rlnnth!;:^. 

; Mitchell 

of.D^sijMfoSnes 
E Marked 

\m.\\ 
accopn 
Allen 



X\ 



to; Porfer, 
vcjr. 



no dames. 



Bo-t 
ive'( 



• l 



r 



South from 
Sevastopol), 



rj ver. 



Vine to 
nintjh eaut 



Scoil'v 




ilroad bfi.' 



\ 



K 



.. ^rvi l»io:ia to andj be: 

ybnd E 3 iJAricf, fifth t |pt Rivers itta Uve. 






gMMoingp 
tfindt> 
>isrihaii 
fc'itfchell ij 
J | Sivhstopjcl r 

MLitih'Sv I go- -South 
'Icoon riyflrlm|at}i!we 

river, 
Market 

p %o 4 is 

1 WestfrcmSklprvi 



Worth E- -]$asi from lies! Moires river 



wenty-s 1 
jventy-sbjnt 



went 



I- l 



Twelfth. 
Thirteen; I 
Fourteen ;ll 
Fifteenth 
Sixteenth 1 
SJe /enteent 
i jhteejn 1 ' 
Nineteen \ 
Tjwentieti, 
T went^-f r 
T^e'ntV-s icbnd! 
IwentV-ti:id' ! 
Iwenty-fnirth 
1 wenty-f [{%, 



rivpr. 
ik. 
e 



PJ!8M(>[M 




ftom Vin6 
of Des[ 



and beyond <jity. lirii 

School] 

irsti. 

2Cond. 

hitd. ." 

ourth. 

IfthJ i 
fdloseoji (o 
(tfirith; l 
Tenthl 
P. 



to Peni a 
to and 3e 
JoffErerla 
Fennajave 
I,' Eight jo 
t St I? J: 



Twen j -secorja. 
T^n'tv-^ik. , 
Tiven^t7r!oi|rth.! 
Twjkn yrfiftp. j 

Tyen f-six!th, j 

Yacatft|l:i ; 3'.'. ,' i 



th (or W(»!; ern 



n^s t 
fitth 



EB 



cm 



to! lac 
Mpfnes 



i /i j] to, 
it it l of 



"r 



) • 



(clps#< I to e 18tfc y, 1 n inc 



d city limits!, Ihi'ld 



«y.i 



airth 



ij|UK 




eth. i 
Jfy-ftrStl 
lots, 



> acan iots r . j 

CWWh W&*rt>ingtcrM 



to 2(Jttii setvenU north o! North. 



&rk&venu0 

from Cth alv 




.'■ flortjh ofJ'Forejs: avj 

bon|i (See e Twenty-eMitb). 



<i— rEast 



$fy|r#'-'( 



T 

'e, 



33 



Mist from 13th 



(Hi$lfUndPark}— 
" ribrjh of Corn- 



hird 



•■:■! 



North, (EroSm North to 
beyond Cdljeg;, sixth east of Cth 



. t 



frorji 



j^ii to'qjreeley, seconq 
iQgtjjjm. -J..".'. 
ave. 
ftss" ■'■•! . 



iUClK 

iff 



0«b 

iVadisjra 
Gjujfiejdv 



»te rU - -West from 5thj to Mbj first south j 

' MiiofCsriiir. •-■■ ' 1 ■ iil'i '■■!< J 



» J 



Pm 



txtji , Lve, 
^sven h. 

Eigiti . 

Ninth 
j^nopc ned tp. 

■Eljevei th/ ■■' j 
! welf h. 
Ihitit^enth' 



5th; to 4,th, fit;st 



chth). I 
Hidhlanjd| Park)— West 
n cf horning aVe. 
d JParkMorth from 
east of Hunt- 



'if> 



R^ 



4 



81 






:i 



i J • ! 



| :?«.k!li: ■; *a.fte— -North from Grand ave to . 
I , . j jCl if on ^Lve, se /^ntn west ^t 38th. 

I?i.rr c It 3tycAii«— ^est frorn Petina" 
tl a\e to'i C'& N. W Rj, 6rfet ' nbrthi of 
NDith.;,,.: [.j • ,; ,.i \ ! 
pifUoi i JtycriltiepEast from e 9ih to 
fF] ^lSiil, -first' nMtitfWadhiligtoW. ! , , 
Piin'] it >y l Van j^ , ;' j 3t\ c oiiijc— N ^ r t h : 
fr|c4i Huil'sivis td Porter/ first we^t of ' 



■■■ 



fi^ T North frpm l^onljo walker, 



(Seee Ytb.) 



first 



3, 



-34 



DES MOINES 



CiJt^WrECITOBY. 



Pennsylvania Svenue- Nor jh 
from Locust tcj Washington ave, sixth 
east of Des Moines river !; 

E Grand ave, ; J 

" Des, Moines, j i 

Lyon. I ' ' 

Maple 

Small. 

Walker. : ; 

Buchapan. 

Fremont. ) 

Filmore. 
:. North] 

Parnell ave. , 

Polk. | 

Washington ave 
Pleasant— Nortlr from 21th to 25th, 

first north of Woodland ave. ' : ; 
Pleasant — West fprn 7th fo 8th, thence 
riort lwest to Caljanan College, thence 
west to Park la, secondnorth of Grand 
ave. 

Eighth. ,/. 

Ninth '•■ 
^Tenth.j 

Eleventh. , 



D. 

Fifteenth. 

Sjxteerth. . 

Seventeenth; 

Eighteenth. 

Nineteenth. 
-Twentiath. 

Twenty-first. 

Woodland Cemetery 

Twenty-fourth. ' : 

Twentjf-fifth. 
I Unopened to i . 

Glovers lane. 

Greenwood lane^ ' 

Maider lane. 

Park line. 
Plum 



1 



West from Sixth ave to Sth, first 

r i i i \ 



nortl of Cherry, 

Polk— East from <Ponnsyh 
Van Buskirk a\4, third 
montl I i . 
. E Twelfth. A \ 

■ '• Thirteenth. 
" Fourteenth.- 
English ave. j* 1 
E Fifteenth., j 
Van Biskirk avq. 

Polk Svenuc- 

and beyond C, 

north of Eastcjn 
Prescott Drive 

frqm Clifton ave to Court 
southwest of Indiandla a\|e. 



ania ave i to 
;iorth of Fro- 



(South 



East froijn e I Sth' to 
St P & KC Ry. first 
Boulevaul. 



?ark)— Soiith 
and ave, first 



Prtspect : ; Bcu.lcvjard— Nc'i[thwes| 
from SiiveJith tp Ninth, jrirsl sttith o 



IDes Moines rivfet 
^accopn— V /est 
I tjiird sBujh of ' 
accoori H— Ea;t from 



sjT^toh.ithirfl 



L Railroad Kv« riuef— East 



, coon rjvfefr, 

tThirteferith 

Hallarn. 

pjourt^entl 

ftoebling. 

Fifteenth. 

Sixteenth. 

Seventeenth. 



Brown's 



aye. 



from Fif 

fine. l 



■ river. ftJ) e 
I • Vinej j : 

so First. 

" Seconal. 

" Third 

" FoArt 

" Fifth. 

V Sixth, 

" Seventh 

*'« Eighth 

" Niiitr, 

«; Tenth. 

" Elevtntjh 
. . " TWei:th. . 
Railroad- -rNortitoest from 1 



MitoRac- 
firskiouthofC, RI&PRy. 



of Vine.* 
E so Seventh . 

■" Eighth j| 
" N&th. 
'■■ Tdmh. I 
*'• Eleventh. 

■\" Twelfth. 



V 



1;h t^SkveMh 

D^s ^Moines 
" south of 



Moines'river to o so ttfth, ninth south 



from Des 



firsij' sou 



River 

block 
river, 
T^dck Island ( 

west^'side of 1 
' souto m Vine. 



4th to lkt, 



\ 



i;hird north 



Fourtjebnth 

Fifteenth. 

Sixteenth 

)kidge— East frc(jn 
of School. 

Riverside Av^iliue (Wglil|an;ll Park) 
— Wek from fe aylorVille r Jad] tp arid 
beyond Edmiia^ ave (! Sri | north of 
Jefferson. M r , 

kiverside 3£v2:rlufc(Rijv^side Park) 
—East from e <jo 14th fpj As j Moinds 
, , river, Ithird no In ofi MJtchfellj Ave, ] 

'fti'Jver— West ' f om llOth] J tjft [Catholic 
Cemejery, firs south jojfl jjunfction of 
Crockkj afid C it tage Gfro^e lav 2. j - 

vVes't fro 1 west side penman, 1 
west',' thi ice sou 1 til (0 Raccoon 

of Rdck mm. 



'T 



ty ^Isce^wSst^irom 



th tq Ben 



man, 



second 



ThirteerJl 

Hallaiil. 11 - 
FourtejeoJ 

Rjobelm^ 
Fifteenth 

Sjicteenth 
Seventfcer 
Hrown's 
pjen'nian.. 

fititiancl 

Jty-eigh 
y<] of n i iJO 

j.j-bejfon^ 

*j(uriopeii 

^ylqrvi 
j\inctid 

ingtoii^ 
f^jiverside 
Xruesdale 
[fbompsop 

rirds, 
Watson 
N orthj Bofiil 
Arthur, 
ilussardj 

Slchooji- 

second 
Sjeconld. 
Third 

I. 

Fourth. . 
Fifth! >, 
Sixth.) 
Seventh. 

nfcfnfr; ' 

TSJIrtthL 

Tenth.' 
eleventh 
'ITwel^th. 
tfnirteefat 
Fourteen 
Fifteenth 
Sixteenth 
Seventeeji 
Eighteen 
Unopened 
Nineteenth 
T.wentiet 
Twerity.-f 
Unopene* 
Twer ty-s 
Cottage 
'TAyer ty,-l 
H, , 
Unopene<p 
Twfcnty- 
"j." Twenty.-: 
Twer ty-sli 
Twet ty-i 

wWerii 



2$ tb Bu,ssa| 



T venu<>4j' 
toifBurn tiati 

asjt 1 fi$ m-r 

?|o[|Jist;' tjiii 

b^tweene 



i p 



J em 



noj'tV ofcer ter 



I !l 



? 



\yest frdriTyen,- 

thi rd sc uth 



idjshbiiigfh 
sooth 



m 1st to Elbjr,t|liine, 



a 



ave 



;ntte 



i' ' 



J >fiS M ko it 



and 



: 'I 



■••rrH 



ir 



SptjK 



jury; 



r < 



ciTsr 



i. 



i,' 1 i r „ ■ 



Wq$tiiroj 
h.of' 



-Easjffroro e so]4th 



TV,."- ■' i 

iventh. j 

I31ev#ith.| 
Mh. ' 
hi*rt<»enth. 
I puVteenth. 

4ji ! 

Fifteenth. 1 

e 1 1 1' ; i 1 

Sixteenth,' T 



._ a^dbjeyp^d _ 

ea it pf Delewai e ave. 



sec 
(pbiii 

Waiii 

IJOCI 3 



C'hes 



"I* 



I— NoM 
test] qf 



ayk/j 

Ut. | f • ,( 



.ty (South 
m Raccoon 



, '.i 



nd east 
[rt ave 
Walnut.. 



35 



pthj jo, ijMj, ajpond 

" ' ' 1 ' ' ' i ' ' : 
to 31st[ ; fifth 



.-.I 



hj^-L-.I.-, 
lyignteenthl 
irieteenth. 
_w£ntiethi 
Twenty-secci 

YyandMel. 1 

^enty-tji^r i. 

'wenty-fonxth,' ! 

Mirtjr-fijrs}. I 

eir-^orth |from Easton Boulevard ' 
J ,f " J_ * e Arling "' ' 



on, ave, third 



frpm. Vine to Nortel, 
Des Moines river. ' ! 



i> 



— r - 11T .«ver r j sejeipa'' jweat -of 
Moineji^nver. \ 



es tyoin^+South west 

Iff ' 



d EJ— Non h from e Vi ie to M,aple.. 



j Des Moid fs 



nyer. 



3d 



t)E8 MOINES 






RECTOHY. 



-i_ L 



:r, second 



E Grand ave. 
Dejj Moines 
Maple. 
Second |E So- 
I}es M.)ines riv 
EMarko . 
" Kim. 
" Raccoon. 
Allen. 

Pes Moiijies ifiver. 
Second^W So- 
Raccoon riven 
Moines rivur. 
Marke^. 
Elm. 
Sevastopol — South end of 

bridge. 
Seventeenth 



South frori ej Vine to 



astof same. 



South from Vine 'to 
second west of Des 



e Oth street- 

North from 1 Grand ave 
to North, scv M'ttoonth vest of D$k 
Moipes river. 
Linden, 
jhgh. 

Woodland ave. 
Pleasant 
Renter. 
Ct'ocker. \ 
School. 
North. 
Seventeenth (Njdrth Riverside Park) 
. North from Franklin ave to Des Mpinos 
river, seventh east of e so Mil. . ! j 
Seventeenth E— -North from Brooks 
ave to Kansas "ity ave, (seventeenth 
east of Des Moines river. 
!|C Walniit. ■ < , 

Capital , 

E Grand ave.-. j 

• Des Moines. ' 

Lyon.j I 

Maple. 
_ Walker | ; | 

, Buchanan [ , 

Kansas City ave. 

Seventh -North 

Boulevard, seventh west of Des Moiijos 

river. 
Cherry. 
Mulberry 
Walnut 
Locust 
Grand ave 
High. 
Pleasant 
Chestnut 
, Park 
Center 
Crocked. 
School 
Laurel. 
North 
, Ijndiana ave 
Forest ave. 



from Vim| to IVospe^t 



Clark. 

State, 

Washing 

J ifferson 

; Franklin 

j ^ijospect 

Seventh 



Bouleva 
Hi'ghla 



.Itfejw Yark ave tp 
Jtli aVe 
fjornijng ave 
ps ton ave\ 



i)v(id.| 

TeVenth 
JRadcodrj 
Moines 
\'4asning 
i^fTexson 
tyLulison. 
I Monroe. 
(plky. 
Vs.n. 
'&eWerith 



B} Court r. 
Walnu 
Locust 

W;ilk|r. ; 
Seventh 




'E 



on. 



^oujleva d. 
inland 



Park) — N orth from 
Ovid, ! first we^t of 



(S De;; 

River, 
river. 
otil 



Mo^nesWEast ; from 
5eyenth-$ouih of ; Des 



E— Noit 



cusi anplfrom Lypn, to Walked seventh 
lias Of 



Des Ntoi ^s| rijver. 

■\je. 



So 



Sh 

• E 



W 3o 

of 

tis 



Seventh 

^ intersect tjion 
of DesMoin 

>larko|t 

<• Elm; 
Riccopn 
S Sixth. 
Shjaffe 

■ : five 



li: 1 



"1- 

r If ! -H 
to S^ate F 

cjfijaOth, 
Shard Jtyenue 

1 isecend south cf 
-■ ■ ' < I, 

hflwf- Ea,st fro ri 



Eshbauthi six 
so Fifth; 
" Sixth. 
" Seven 
" Eight 
" Ninth. 
"Tenth,. 



"Dies 1 M|oines rjyer, sevqnt 
isarne.j 
>d Market 

MElrn.' 
iccoon 



iaw. 
ury 

RWilroad tive.i 
Pes Moines JRivir 



i i 
li from e Vin 



!' 



V' 



I 



• i 



1 1 



ie to, Lp 



btith from 



e.jVine to 
i least or 



r;-i 



North from 
Grounds, 



South, frprn yine t tc 
so Oth, seventh west 



er. 



East frprji ^ io 30th, 
3|cott ave 

so 4th :o jmd beyond 
h sWtlvof e Vine 



IS:* 



Brooks 
third east 



Esq 



IE so 



A 



It 



veptli 
th 



tcer 



th 



Thl 

poiiHjeiitto 
Uiibpentp 
Fif 



o 
Sent 



Sixltifcentp;, 
o 



y 



y%nir v 

!.! 

brt'h 



ofi 



Sc 

!s Hri 

side o: : P 



t— Bait irom 



- jns hj 
fitkfspiktli ot.Railro 



Slmpnt 

I ! '.rfrk) 

i ! of MM 
Slxt^entlri 



FranU 
i "Moines 



■>V."St J. 
Raccoon 



y 

iBtd 



? la< Mrf 

ivns a,ve 



tifrom e 
ave 

-JlNorM i 
ciol, 



av 



jive 



rivjt 



.jind'tfi^opc Scheie 
, Dtfs IVipipep Tivler 

;• .kktll 

I iLoctist 
i Grand aire 

f.inqen. 

i Higi. ■ 

, Woddlajiti 

'Pleasan 

Center. 

(Jrpcker 

Schqo!' 

Siixteetitjhi £ 
I^anss s 
Moines 
\ E Court jl, 

IBrooks fl.ye 

E Wajri 

Capitol. 
j Qrand :i\ 
■' DesJMp 

Lyqn. ! 

Maple 
I Walter J 
;> Buchan ii(ij 
, Kansas ^ity.ny 



SJx-te^dth'i^S^E 
la s.vd.'sixti 



PI 
Si 



accoon. 



Septt. 
Vlaury. 



f E Marl} ; . , 






>ec 
thirj , 



lUnopen*: 
psbTweh 
Wya>dct|p 
, , E s^'Tu^n 

'•Greftn. 

K SO T\*|eta 

£shbaufh 
SHejWn--Np-- T - 
[ | sUhooJlj l>etjweej|!%^ 

isnoi 



i - 



ii 



•Dri 



Crocl 
ah{l 4th/ 
to! 1st, frst 

West' if ?om . ; . 
loi RaccQoi riyeV, 

T -JdH:'::.'^ . 

veftuftj (South RiyefSi(3( 



av 



e. 



P il tl 



m 



h 



D18 HO 



10W 



ma 



i 



It 

er I to 

t 

north 



\V0St 



lity 



.om- ■Mulberry. 
sixteen^ Hl'-Wejst 



.\ 



first north 



tQ 
°1 



jrti from 
J.fei^Wen^he^tfiit.pe! 



J 



9 U ) 



iro 



;i;lnt| east <>| 



< i 



imSSCtTOBY. 



Cobirtave 

• Wiling. 

• Locust 
'. prand five 

;>h; Moi-nes 
von 



: A Vine^ -tp 

sidtWibes 






;]!• 



.► J 



meyirjeto 
Dei 



. i i 



wwv f: ■ . ' ' I f. . 

Cojluinbia. 
7:<irr6n: 
■ ? Inore 

ki:h,3E So-l$puth 
rirt'llMcinesiriver, 



K'<I 



(ivard 

alroad feyel 

t(»fened' to 

es I koines ri'yejr. » 
;{|veiside| aye 
:?r;iatlin j' " 
ixtb'j. (.South f e^s Mojn 

.; i a xook .• ri ye r. 'sixth 
y i^cinepj. river - ' 

lYV'isliington 

el I ei son 
' tfaiison. 

^oiijoe. 

7'f 



. j 



rn 



puixm 1 . 



/ 



E-frNphi frpm eitine'to Filmpre, 

iisf river. 



h east of l)esJMoiji 



i'^' 



:ff" Raccoon, i. 1 f 

•j'^ajuiy. 

es aoinesrivir. 



Aw. 



i 



is)^-East frjjm 
south at Pus 






» 



I • ,■) 



frP 
siaftli- eas 



f 



i' t 



ir 



tt'WSo— Southff 



tlerfeec^ :iop of 
Molnds river 



7th. I sf- 

! I 

I 

ft 



crliet. 

lib J. 

cc 9 0E (h 
klh 1 ' fflj venule- (le'g^l 
{ ^orjih from Vine tb 
west of Des Moi.nts tiy 

d:heiry:|I:" 
Mnfliefr£. : 
Wiilii|Ut. 
Loci st. 
(iijanplajye 

<:heUnut. 

' J arlij||- ' 

Crbcker 






i 

i! 

i 

i i 



i 



, : / 






w 



I I 



.1 



e Vine to Des 
of same 



»'. 



^m' Vine to lih-f v ; 
h west of .1 Des 



.^irae Otih^street) , 
Grand a^e,M xt |. 



{ 



I: h 



3$ 



1 ■ ■ • > li I ' I 

DE8 MOINES GITXiDIILECTO 



SchooL 

Laurelj 
j North, 1 

Indiana ave. 

Forest ave. 

Clark. 

State. 

Washington. , 

Jefferson. 

Franklin. 

Arlington ave. 

Des Raines river. 

New York ave. 

Corning ave. 

Boston ave. 

Baltimore. 

Denver. 

Ovid. | 

Euclid, 

Douglas ave. I i \ 

Lincoln " 

Madison " 

Garfield *' 

Grant " , .,. 

Small — East from . Pennsylvania ayfe 

to a Oth, sixth nort^li of Walnut. .' [;' 

Soutfy— West from 1 Roebjing to Brown'p 

ave] fourth south of Wabash. ' 
SouthI Park— Sputji end of 7th and (Hi 

stibridge. " ! I 
South Rivejrei^e Park— South of 
Des Moines river, sastof 14th, north 
of Mitchell ave.j i 

Spring Creek' prive— Southwest 

?■ from Prospect Boulevard to 13th. j 
S^ate Jfcvenue-pEast from e 20th to 

A and beyond. ^lstL -first north of Nortlji. 

~*£ate (E Des Monies — (See e Arlington 

Ti . " ! I 



) 



ave. 



S&mmlt (South Pprjc)— Southeast from 
j Prescott to Irving,. second southeast of 
i fj Clifton ave. M ' 

T^ay lor (Clifton Height's)— (See Prescott 
• j: Drive. ' I ! I 

1'e nth— North fro'Jn.Vine to Pleasant, 
£. (unopened to Scott), thence to DeSj 
;.' Moines fryer, tenth west of same. 
1 j|River. ' 
/ t Cherry. 
;, Mulberry. 
fVValnut. 
j^Locust. 
| Grand ave. 
i'High. 

). Woodland ave . i 

; (Pleasant 1 

», Closed. [ 

/Scott. | 

,, Center. | 

Crocker. 
; School. ! i ! 

•' Da y- ■ i i ■ '!,■■ 



i:y. 



i Grove. 
I Ch lrles. 

Nojth. 

Tt~ i 

hottest av^ 

'dilk 

Stake, 

University t>f Des 
Closed to' it 

Jbfferson. 
Ifrijiklin. 

Se^JMoinbs riveir. 
ring Cree 
Vejritfh (liighla 
d)ak Pairk av 
tlbirdi wjsst. of; 0t 



YloiiKlsJ 



iEJes Moines river 



tMive— Zoo; feiiry, 
Pdrfc)— North | from 
eyond Madison; ave, 

£VB. I! '"'■' l ' 



! .1 



• i; 



tenth east 



[to 

rjivbr, 



Lyon,. 






E/ Market, 

iRaccoori, 

j^llfm 1 ! ■ 

ISCCjk: 

■Sfclw.-i. 

jValq. i 
:Ra}lroad aye. 

EJes M(Wes river. r ., 

Ttfelnth W;So-4-J3oui.hjfroirj Vinq tbllVfai- 

iu . c j^ QS ^ j n ^ s i riVei. 

c)p-East f rbn? ■} Cli 



ket, tenth west cf 
cjr|risce (SduthlPir 
r»A«- ^, a to'lrvini?, 



tpri a,ve 



ublid 'avjel 
lijatori 
otalaj; 
Lfincolri 

. ^atiison, . ; . I; 

■Xdrith EJj^Nortrl from i'Vm 
j ij tenth east of Del Moines t 
EucWtave 
|'1 \pilniit 
; State Housb, 
IB Grand [ive. 
j If es Moines 
' fliyon. ! 

Tejnkh fe:So— Scuh ,from e 'Vire 'to 
i Tine? TV/frt;«„r. •:.iJi. iiJ-iU A J „c \.„<u~~ 



_ .„,, b , third .southwest o|f 

Iindiancila ave. 
Ijete-a-Tete Bciuleva^ci-!-$outh , - 
ejastjfrom Ojetan t :> j Rosjj BbuiSvard, 
, first sqtitheast of Trystin^ pldqel 
Third-jNorHi from /ine'to Forest ave, 
third Wst of 'tllalbes MOiwes|river. 
. Cbiirt[avij.'I 
, Walnut. 1 1 :' | • 
Locust, i 
pralnd a.vp.f 
Chest in t 
Center. 
jCrocken. ! : | 

rjl^Chobl.. ' f 

\ *Shbrt. 



of 'same. 



Willow. 

,RMge./ 

I Ascensioi i 
> Division*. 

North, I 

fcreighjoii. 

-Ih'fliana.ri 

forest avEu 
rihjrU ( Hg^nd 

'■ Ne^w"VHrk 
west pi 

Joining jf^e 
»- (Boston , 

Euclid aVfi 

•Douglas 

■J .incoln 
1 flagon 
•'' Garfield 

Grahtj ' 
lifiiAlj (b 
Raccp< ir 
Maine: ; 

■Washington 

Jefferson! 

pnfpe 
flay. 

third ie a st |(^ , 
<£burt ape. || ij ■! 
Walni it 

lie po < tji, I tjhird 

river 

Market 
'/ ElrnJ 
i'^jicQqop 

■We 
j)es M6ibfes, ri 

Third Jw 

.1 Racco )p 

I Mpin'es 

Market. . 

Thir^eeit 



Court' ave; . 

WbljauC, »•' 

ipitot. 

G x^rjld ave. 

s VlcineSi 



td I yhd beyond 
orlPes Moines 



fr 



to Np: 
• . ■ . i 
hirteent 

m ) i 



sixtn | 
ikPa 
it id. 



r si^th 
, r Oa 

■ i- Eu 
CHritonji 

;.'.i)l|llWi 

jLindplrj ^ 
Madipoi 

iftijrtei lit! 



Moin!£ 




39? 



i..ii 



i; 



»' ... 



Jihgjtob aVe. 

,ul lave., .., . ' I ■, ■ 1 < l -. : 
irtcenth IS S»o-t-S6utn from Allen 
to S law, thirteenth: east' of Des Moines 

I- II -:| .= i'- ■ .::■ l ■ 

'C'rtlrjtilBlh-i-rNbrthjfrom Kingman ave to j 
aid 'beyond bi y limits.lthirtieth J west . ; 
of I'esjMJoines riven ' ( 

' riihir tieth E— 'NolrtK fr j»ra Brooks avt? 

tcbibrthJnintKltastoreMSh.. •■ ! - 

- - 1 r ' ■ -\ ' ' J J ; -*" • LL "• - 
liitt-y-fiCth— I Portti from Motor ave. 

,w1! ' '-^etrri/ln.irttfnffhjwest , 



ve: 



f 



jRei mjjm. 
er:a :e jrokd. 
ose iy4 v 

; et ii.,,. ■ ' i ■ i ■ 1 1 -i, | . - 

M f -first ■ I ;4-South ' from Logan 
to and be$ 3nd ipdrifprd a^e, second 



lUtb' 



> i 



vest of 6 th. ave 
ve 



'nut up >tieiied I, jo 4 irk, 



iPpark'lavej-ftp. tyfe|li! 

:rj.a 



'p 



river. 



thirt 

• in 



. to jkncj r be 

or i:h ojinortn 

iM ayfc. ■ j 

ijrith. :'' ' ; ' 



.' ■'■; Li : : , 

E So-^-Souih from 
R I. &PRy, "fifth east 



'• i i " •; ■ !«!.■■-■ < ■ 
<i io hipddri— East from Pes: Moines 

T{ r|[vflrftije ■' 14th 'fburth north of Wash- 
aye :(up opened between Saylor- 



! 



k road" and 

a© I (See Iijnden.) 

East if rp: jri 'beyond Pefinsylvania 
ybnd e pth, fourteenth 



,f. 



]! \ 



.40 



k 



4 



ESMOINE8 CITY WHECrORY. 



Trueadale (Highland ■ Park}— West 

frojtn Saylorv lie road . to Edmund, 
first north of Riverside ave; 






■ — I South from e Court 

to 



&jP K R (unopened 

:e sc 



to. Wo<j>d- 

thence to 

Moines 

North from 
to! Madison ave, fifth 



twelfth tiast of 



Des Moines 



Town Rvenue 
ave to W, St L 

Shaw ave), thence south to Anderson 
ave. 
E Market. 
Meek. 
Shaw ave. 
.English ave. | 
Maury. -, 

^Hampton. . 
Twelfth— North! from Vine 
^ land ave (closed to Park), 
Jefferson, twelfth j west of Des 
fiver. 
Twelfth (Highla|ncj Park) 
Oak Park avb 
wast of (ith ave 
Oak Park ave. 
Euclid . '.' ... 
Clinton 
Douglass ''■ 
Madison " . 
Twelfth E~ Northi from e| Vine to Jef- 
ferson, 
river. ! 

E Qourt ave. 
" Walnut. 
Capital 
E Grand; ave. 
Des M!oines. 
Lyonj. 
Maple} 
Walker. ' 
Buchanan. 
Frempnjt. 
Filmore. 
Hubball. 

P0lk.; 

Washington ave. 

Jefferson. 
Twelfth E So- Sc-uth frqm e 
Railroad ave, ^welfth 
Moines river. 

E Market. I ! 

" Elrrv . ■ I • 

^ "Raccoon. \ 

Ailen.' I 

Scott. 

Shaw , 

M.aury. 

Vale. , 

.Railroad ave. 

Twentieth; — Nor l th| from Woodland 
ave -to and beyond Arlington ave.^ 
twentieth west df pes Moines river. 

Pleasant. I 

Center. - , | 

Closed to 

I, 



Vine 



east of 



to 



Des 



JL 






Twcjnt 

BrooKS ave, 
Moirek river. 

(F R IpjPRy. 
Court ave. 

brooks ave, 



School 
^jorih. 

(jni tferjsity ave. 

Forest aji'e.' 

fflaik. 

Ma>. 

Wa^hiiidton.; 

|effersd>ri 

Arlington; 

Bennett ave. 

\jV"oqdland Schopl 

.Lj._L.Ii th E _| 



we: if 
co )n 



eighth 



orth from en Vine t6 



twentieth 



„ Nprth from Rac 

co )n [river toFpiestave, twenty-eighth 
w^st pit Des Moines river, i 1 '■', . / 

EUNofjth froni 



east of . Des 



TWentvkeight 



BrooKS 
east of 

Twent 

ave t 
west 
leasanlt 
tester 



ave 



to 
18th. 

-fifth 

and bey odd C 



Grand 



ave, seventh 



kihool. 



il 



? Des Mair es rtiver 



n ave. 



Lingm 
pottage 
forth. 
)rake illJbiversi 



i jroveft.ve 



o 



t f ave. 



Ipsed 
taivesi 
orest a^e 
:ia(:k 



Nohh 



i 



Tyventy 

ave to 

Moinc 

ejasan 

eijiter. 

eyner,. 
River j 

ill. 

pttage 

ikins. 
ijtbrth. 
l||pivers|tjy 
Forest ajy^ 
$aik 



i i 



ave 
Logan ave 
$ Walr ijt 
(papito^ 
E Gran i 
t)es Mojipes, 
Lyon. 
Maple. 
North. I 



av 



ijfertp from Wpodlana 
ark, twenty^fiftlj 






f^rth eastjjrf e'18th 

ir 



L 



■first 

:iark, 
river. 



-j-NDrth^roin Wpodlanq 



twenty firs 



Grove ave. 



ave 



-Nbrttiij'ro 



ii. Brooks 



west 

1 



of 



Dei 
■1 



aire to A 



fir 

and 
}tii (unopened from 
6n ^oule^ar^c.) 



to 



DeslMoinefs 
Lyon 
Majrie 
Unopened) 
Easton Bdil|evard. 
Virjishingtop 
13. 
A. 
Twienty-tp 



and" ave 



6^8 MOINES 



^t E— North ifrpm j? Grimd 

id jeypnd, tnirq east ' o : e 

.pie; i to Ejas- 



leaio j . • 
B^uleyara. 



fseventh-i-Sout 



to a 



age G^ove a*»e 

arj ayd I • 
d 



i j- i 



ryyenty-ji 



ave to e 






i.Ststdf e|^trf. 



stcjfiel&h. . 
d qeyc nd| Qhpsj 




41 



I ! 



' 



ourtn vv s« t oi Des Mpf pes frijver. 
W jodla^d C eatery, 
Plcrfsant. 
Jewish Cei rioter 
Chester Sctnol 
Kiigmah avs.t 
Cotfage Groie ave v ] 
Atkins. ' ■' < ' ] 
Wbrth., t 
(University sMti 
forest ave, 
Clhrk. 

wjenty-] '6 d'rth. 

Brooks i.ve 

iastofl^l: 
Lftgan Save. 
EpVValnut. 
.papitol, 
1 E Grand ave 
pes Moinejs 
Lyjon. . 
Maple., j 
North. ' 
Unopened tb 
Easton:Bou evard. 
Unopened tD 
Arlington ;ive 

tyenty-jilrith 

the to. j fc drtfr \ t 
.Des Moiri 



ty|fBf veriijti „ E-+North from 



1 'ire iiii Glark 



j ,.ffl a },d jbjsypnd School, twentj -seventh 
oi: tpepiyioiite? river.) ? I / 




rand'i 



ave, 



t£r, twenty-si 



rhfer. 



sixth 



It 

South frpm tlark'' tp 



xth west 



Grand 



,#-sixth ID—North from Court 
Id jBrdc If s avfe, fifth eiit of je < 18t^. 

y^^riird— North frbjn n sidd qi 

tr ^elmeter.) to,and beyond Clark, 

irld wejt of Des Moines rive 

■ I. . ': 1 I " 

f'i I- 



^resitl av 

■m. 

-'third' E 
die A rjlingip 



1 



Irom Brooks 



T-^drfh[ i[; 

a ave, second east (>f 

'■ ;• " i' 



t 



.V, 



i /, 



- ( 



42 



DB8 MOINES CIT^ 



DIBECTOEtY 



■ill 



E Arlington ave. 

University Etvenue— \Vest fcom 9th 
to and beyond '28th, i first north of 
North. ■ ' 1 '! 

Tenth. 

Eleventh. 

Twelfth. 

Thirteenth. 

Fourteenth. 

Fifteenth. 
. Sixteenth. 

Seventeenth. 

Eighteenth. 

Nineteenth. 

Twentieth. 

Twenty-first.; 

Twenty-second 

T\yenty- third. 

Twenty-fourth 

Twenty-fifth. 

Twenty-sixth, 

Twenty-seventh 

Twenty-eighth. 

Vale — East from Des Moines river to e^J 
so Mth ; eighty south of Vine 
E so Seventh 
" Eighth. 
" Ninth. 
" Tenth, 

" Eleventh. I I 

" Twelfth ' 
v " Fourteenth. f £ 

Van (South' Des Moines) — From the 
levee south to Indiandlaj ave, ^fourth 
southeast of Jefferson.! ! 
Third. 



Nihil 
Tenth 
Eleve l 
.Twjel::t& 



r 



Vine I2--Easi fron Ipes Mdijnes river tp 



r 



E so First. 
fescond 



K 



Third. 
J?3ir{h; 

jth. 
Sixth. 
{Seventh 

iihth. 

Niiih. i 

Weoth. ; 

lijventh 

twelfth!. 



Fourth. ' v I 

Fifth. 

Sixth. 

Seventh, 's 

Eighth. 

Indianola aye. 
Vermont I itvenue — North i from 
North to College ave, eighth east of 
.. Gthave. j \ , !. ■ M 

Indiana avej. I ' 1 . 

Forest 

Clark. 'I 

College ave.; 
Vine — West from Des Monies river; to 
12th, third north of junction of Des 
Moines and Raccoon rivers 

First. 

Second. 

Third. 

Fourth. 

Fifth. 

Sixth ave. 

Seventh. 

Eighth. 



of,: 

IVir. 
Halls 
Four 



e2"ti four t^i north of junction 
Maine 3 and Raccqpi rivers. 



our teen th. I 
ilteenthJ 



S iheteentr. 
I wentieth 

Wabiuli- Sov|t i 
ybr 



Engli j 
Maury 
Hampton 
Anidesoa 

Wabiiu r (Ci 



of Des ' 



I! 



ijhteenth. 



from Slcott, to and tye 



ci Anderson |ive, firjst west of e 27th. 
i ave. 



th to Browa's ave 



321 th. 



Robelintfa 
Fifteen t%, 

Si^ctejit 
Sq ven tie 
Brown s 



|U I i : I ' ' 1 - 

WabdmhTt venue — South from 

■! iket to Scott, first east b:' elSOth. 



kqt 



ty Plice)— Weslfrom wsitie 



iifirst south 



1. 




El 

■2$ 



.4 pi 



j" Shtsenth. 
! M Seventeen 



ave. 



^co^t, 

I ■ *| t I ; I 

er-j-Easf from e 6t 



lye (closed to e ftjh)i thence! to 

: : v.v- ; 



ehihi f 

, f;h <" ! 

Thirteenth. 



Square. 



•"Stdt 
C. 

11 Foiitt^dntH. 



t jeath. 



h. 



Mar- 



oft 



to 'PennsVl- 



i ■■;■ 




igntetin h 

airit^W 



,1 



*st from 
Oth 



e 13th, 

fst.' 
bond. 

F irford. 

i' Fourth. 
• Fifth.- ' . 

|' Sijxth. '.» • 
'^evj^nth. 
' Eighth. 

:|$: 

Eleventh. 
Twelfth. 

Thirteentt 

FqUrteeitti 

Eifjeentn, 

Sikieentii 
' Seventeen 

Eigmeerit 
|,;SrP&K 
'\venty-thiril 
' Avimtv-foiir th 
\ye|ity^fifth 
'\yenjy-sixth 
'yenty-seyeti|t 
INventy-eight 
Twelity-nint 
hjnietfi. : 

walStatelFla'it: 



! ! 



East from Ee? 

■ t . -i M . i - 



secbrid north 



w|and : bey^nd f 1| 

rst. • j 

icorid. ■ 

rird. 
Fourth. ' 
■iijtftji'.. ■ 
Bixt 1 aye. 
^fiventhl' 
Eighth. I 
jRini.h.: 

r l }\ h: v I 
jleyentty 

jltwelfthJ ] 

Ijhiiteenth. 

kourteenth 

fifteenth. 

iSfjdfceiift. 
< Water w6rk]s ; ,* \ x 
WalriutE 



m 



if 



amiit jRv 2r iue (See <:< 

a r wick .( Dijlve— Eas 

E)rivd (o JE i j iiham ave, 



$. 



jt 



OINES OJTY 



i 



ines'rivjer 
north |of 



i, i 



Mp^nesriver 
pf Vine. 



Hi 



Grdunds 



Y^ali.m'pt:) 
froq jCatie 

Kingman , „ 

VV]as]iin^^y| (S , pes, l^pes'Jj-^Spuih 
fripm 1st to il_ '" 

ferson 

First. - 

feed: id. 



5 th, first no: t): east of Jep 



: 6\ 



ajtsi^;n| iPivJriule (Highland paVklr- 
Ejist f •Dm S]y oi-ville roaij fpurth 

Inorth < I Riverside ave; . m .; f •. 

'J7i r &3'rj<^ 4'Nprm fir am Eastoi Boulev|»r4 
ltd V 1 hingion IwJ.first elstfof -ejlbth.V 



'i?ir 




rth 



Biskfrk ave 

eriiala\fj. !? 
Ninth! . 

ftttSiith 



1 I I •■'■', 

iW P 

krdi , 



Ssylory 11 



lei^lt'fcjtf (S^tp J?Jir 1 k)-rkScujh frpm ! s 

,ve to , FilLside. ' alne, 
•Jjthst brjtge. .! '-, 
Rivers! ftp] '< Park)-!— 



n ;er« 

Wpcd 

to Ft 
ftlwelft 



norti of Easton 

' ' ! I Ti. • 

r , v enuCr-j-East;' 'from 
nefliiv^io Pennsylvania ave, 



ZVi. 



second rjoith of jk:h be 1. 

fcjvieijm«:--Chanjgec \to' Cotta'ge 

wa2|ve m ie-rW2Blfrom jq^ 
, second iG rth if (in. nd ave\ 



death . 
h. 



;■■ i. 



■W 



42 



m,ei 



ic n i.p^ ^Pennsylvania 



fpi^rtp no^th 



aast | to |Man 
of 'Northf 



ie^st ( f pek wa re ajvte 

Ill0vr4i-^ajs ^ f on e 4tji tciilJesMoirips 



hl- 



sitte]M[ljhd|Anc>lf 
fijtj] isputheiist 61 

.el^irJd 1 ! (£qi :h _ 

NDr:]||rpnji F:ank;ip to Riy^rsidji'ave, 

wttfiijijwpi f so Oth. 
lift ti B-i .&oi )lh frpr i ;Eastd 3 Boulevard 
tolaii&iDey^nld Wistiiiigtc^ ave, fji[n 



21,si tc 



and 



et i\ y. 



;y fjUrthi' 



ff^^<°f 






)M 



Western ive.) 



••/ 



] 



44 



Di:8 M0INE8 QITY Dli 



Maiden lane 
Park lane. 
Yale (Seen -Fifth.) 
York— North 
ington ave, 
river. 
Yount— South 



Irom HubbelJ to Wasfy- 
i'fth bast df bes Moines 



Moines riveifi first west of 



from Maury to t>es 



e so 22d. 



PARKS ANP PUBLIC BUILDINGS. 

Caledonian Hall— 520 Walnut. 

Capital Insurance i Building— 

41(5 Fourth. | 

Capitol Building— Grand > ave and 
eNinth, e Walnut and eElaventh. 

Capitol Groujnds^-E brand aye, e 
e Ninth, e fValnut and e Eleventh. 

City Hall— Second, northwest cor Lo- 
cust. ! 

City Hall m l)es Moines)t-41 1-413 e 
l Walnut. | ' , 

Clapp Building— Fifth, southwest cor 

Walnut. ! !' . .' 

! i 

Cole's Block — Court ave, southeast cor 

.Fifth. ; ' .'■» ' 

Continental Block— Walnut, south- 
east corner Sixth ave. 

Drake University— Wthk bet 

• Twenty-fifth and Twenty-seveoth? 

Druids' Hail— Over 21^ Walnut. 

Eagle Blocjk-1-407-409 Wajnut. 

Equitable Block— 201 Fi 

Equicable iLife 
Building— Sixth, 

Locust. I 

Es^ex Building-^Sixth, 
I and Grand ave. J 

Exchange Bloc k<-i- Walnut, north west 

, cor Third. | 1 ' ] . 

Flynn Block-pLocust, southeast cor 

' , Seventh. ' ' ' 

I^orster Block— South side Walnut, 
j bet Fifth and Sixth ave. 

Ffoster's Opera Hous^— Walnut, 
\ southeast cor fjighth. 

German Odd Fellows 

First, southkvest cor Walnut 

Globe fBlock— ioi Walnut 

Good | BuUidiirijg— Walnut, 
cor l^ifth. 



th* 

Assurance 

northwest cor 

bet Locust 



Hail— E 



northwest 



Qood Tempers Hall^-Flynn Block, 
southeast car Seventh. 

Gordon's Ha§l|~Grand ave, soiifoeast 



cor e Sixteenth: 






m 



TO&Y. 



Building-HCourt'aye, 
Ififth. .] .11-;. :...' 

are--Ef Washington 

I . ! S ; ' 

3i4 Fourth 



i. 



tovcinncm 
nor :i least coi 

(prove f nor 

alia Faurte^nti 

©raftc: Opera: Ho**se[4-i 
Hansen's H4u— Overf 29 e Locust! 
Marriji HallJ-Walnut, narthwest co* e 

j ^ixjfeeAth. ■ ■ ' ' '•'; ■ .'; >. 

HaWkcyc Insurance Building 

J j 207|50!i ; Fourth| "' \ 

Mheniikn Hull— 31^3: 6 Fifth', 

Ijojwa % oan iaad Trust Co Build- 
ing -207-21:1 7ifth. 

1 «• ' i 

Ipwa I State I^ir Grounds— East- 

erp terminus e Grand ave." l 

l£riig!r]<s ! 6f Pjy'fhias Hall— (te-cbi 
Wainu 

HallUOver 415> Sixth.' 

I'll ; l- i 

Square-ftyarket, fctet 



1 ynch 'a 

lVIark <z 
'hird 



t 



ind Feu th 

Mark<W Square (East SideHVifoe, 

Ira, Fifth aad Sixth* 
.Marqiiiirdt Block— Fi^th, northwest 
jj; cor LccpO ' * ' ' ' 

Mason <• ltcrrijbleTJ-704 Walnu 

: Mecht n IcV jiff ill— 520 f/alnut 

Mopsre'a Block— Walaufj jspu'jhea | st 

cor 73irth.; . . , ' i ' 

I^oveli y Block —Locust, ndrthekstcta 

1 Fifth ' i, . . r- r. 



Odd Fallows 

Ej.G'aiid'ave, 

Ojdd iFc-^owb 



southeast cor Six t 



Sixth c.nd Forest aves. 






all (E E)es Moi aesj-if- 



h. 



ill-4Nor|theaj;jt cor 






1 Moir J - 



fice 



Rice's 

.1 Enos 



lding- 

|tfth. 



sc- 



our 



cor 



Ojrief' tiiock-MVainutl northeast 
Ninth ! 

0;ur Circle Ha|il-40ver 51^ Locast 

F^erry B- Brainard Haui-Sixthavt 
nort! 16 lit cor College ' ' 

Pltcaii n Bloc^ct-ilOQ W/atniit 

F> Dlk C o unty Court Hoi* 

dppesile Court; ive. 

Fpstofrioe B 

nojrtlieas't cor 



Fifth; 



t; ave; 



DeS 



BuMdiiig( 

i) pl2j5l4 b Grand ave! 

Ptosp^rf-:' Parlc--!-Between Sixt^ avje' 
and tfairteentlii 4orth of State. 

Ra wsdirk Bloc k^-Iiocust, / . noHhwe^t 

corEiLhth. !' n:TI ' ' ■ 

RegistiBt'Bul|Jl|iigl-Cou^t , 4ve,|outh 
I east <tor Fiouhn 



all— O 



, ■ ' j ! * ''i 

e'r e .so Twelfth and 






' 




■If- 



Mm 



►IN 



MOINf S Of 



lOTTwei- 
four h 



cor 



< i' 1 ' 



)Uth^jes| c'sr* 



cabins 
ty-fifty. 

o|Ulns B 

and %!» 

| jftoeust. ■■■■,.> , 

StiU InBirande ;B]lihiMpfl4-3)f> 

Sta^i^'qWrc^-Wa^kjej:, Cj Maple aid 

.ick^lW*^ e tofeiisft 



Stubba 



flfcjfinjpjer 
qor 



wept 
J55d< >1 



s^y^H 



(or 



!t 



Li thi not 



i., i 



vtwrft ave #n|d Ovid 



fUrjiyUsity, place. 
|JBlfc-j413:|l5 Walnut. 
lock4Fi^h, north- 

idert-rfllakel" aye, ' be 




rature 



m?m 



fcl«|3Ea|||| 



i#paff-1 



Street, Oes Moines, 



< T 



. f 



I >.■ 



THE KIRIWOOB, 

Cor. 4thand WalnLt Struts, 



DES M 



Rates: S2.00. 




The Business CenteM Telograph 
and Rail road Ticket Offices in! the 
Hotel 



1 i 



1 i 




filectioti;' ifel 
^eafi Coil km m 
nonth, 9|k fn. , 
cbrh'er Lac a it anlcl S^fcloi 

f/1/j^r-j- Cyrus 
I tity\frpa:t rerU-GHkr 

f iiij/. Cii\ Auditor f 

\*\lsst\'Chv Qer. " 

i p/y 



ih't 



'"atters." 
AVEl|afe $lf iUyfjs? 

f Biennan, '• 



■# ^y/^a^i]ikm : H'.| $ai| 

afties C, f ijss/, 



Eh^ifefr^r 



lfler; 



_ tfsjjl (-fyy .6/1 Fir 4, 



\y." MJpt ar c i 
Sufter in ,'endent rj 

Depuiy \X/wshft^0J 



ifjnabcjsSch'elfler. 

^ S;L:Tj - M ~Martii; Mel 
XXtyarwent -j-Johr 



Komi oY Pi th(i c\h 7 o k^ 
^e,'Rufi[j I,. Chase 
■fork CiY/\ff(f'sswtt!rs- 



m 
'.Rolling E. jj 
fibril to\nwi 



SiiL'wal k 



;i«* 



Cbmihisi 




fcfcphiiitf Naji 

bateij:, , 
Hj'B; 



>be*t 



Russel 
fcjretary 



M 1 

sol,. 



» 



EqjMMOJ* 
dmtpro\tefr 



CQUNQIL.t 



Roljins; 
Gobdrell, 



lflff ry ^ *• Rollins. > 

Wj '^ardfmk :h in B. \ ertrees. 
MflWMiHj JA! ShauMand 

f/ziWNW-ft <'• McEdery. 
rouh/marJwniiiam Hall, Jr. 
T0i pt-^fWlliam.W Wisl 
i/jrti feirt^ijr iillf D. Hjssey 
Stive jii /; . fVjr\t-+-' '.. parvej dean 

b:2:|Amiiiit|"oF Health. 

.! >Vr r/ ^-f-R. 'JB j tyennis. 



'he 1 »aity iCap^ta^ 
feSGINEtiR 



E. Dorr 



,' i 



l r I 



INTER. 



EPAUTMEN'T. 



f'lO' ^ ^^r-rj^p 163 Caps. 

'<#ssbmiiyJ2ngi^ 

' \'' ' "' \ 
Fire 1 I>< 



Ba,rn ibasSchrei jcr 

irtijierit. ' , j 

iesd masters Fire, Department; Second 
%ipi, cpnjef Graip ayenrio. f 

Martin Mplander, chief engineer; John 
V( Anarch, aisjl^tant ^lief .engine sr. 

IjRE.'A^Iljii ST^TfONS: 

^-(-^ourth ind Afine. 

weniyjsecoiifl and Cottage , (frove 



avenue. 



r 



i 



48 



D 



2S MOINES ciitrv 



+ 



DIRECTORY. 



11 — Eighth and Monroe. 
15— Twentyyfourth and Noirth. 
21 — Third and Court aVenpe. 
23— Fourth and Wajnujt. 
21— Sixth ave and Walnut 
25 — Seventh and Locust. 
2(1— Eighth and Wa nut. 
31 — Second and "Grand avinue.' 
32 — Fifteenth and Grand avenue. 
31 — Ninth and Grand avenue. 
35 — Sixth and State., 
3(5— Fifth and Vine E S). 
f 37 — First and Center) 
41 — Engine House No. 4, 
42 — Seventeenth and Orocter. 
43 — Tenth and Center. 
44— Sevastopol (City Hall) 
45 — Seventh arid Allen (E JS). 
40 — Sixth, and School. 
51— "-Sixth and Grand avenue {E ^). 
52 — Engine House N T o. 3 (.1 S). 
53— Fourteenth and jVValnut (E S), 



(11 — Second'and Walnut (Ii 
03— Engine House No -2 (L 



71 — Fifth and Court avenae (E S) 



»» 



-Eleventh and Court a 



3— Ninth and Hubliel! (Capitol Park 



"f 



S). 
S). 



e (E S). 



Chemical Engine No, 
Grand ave. 

Chemical Engine No. 2, 



IVING AN 



■)• 



74— Fifth and Elm 

DIRECTIONS FOR G 

ALARM OF FILE. v . 

Key holders' will be particular to observe 
the following rules: 

1. To give an alarm, go tj ,thje nearest 
boy. open the door, pull the 
bottom of the slot once and 
close' the door. 

2. Do not pull tha hook i 
or small bell in the box 'is st 
indicates that an alarm has 
given. 

3. Be particular to remain at the, box, 
until the arrival of an officer 
partment, who will release t 
circumstances will not pernlit /remaining, 
then the proper officer will return the key 
to the holder as soon as convenient. 

4. Key holders; Hipon changing their 
locations, will please return 
word with chief of fire department, corner 

Second street and Grand a\|inuet 

. i 

LOCATION OF CHEMLCAjL ENGINES. 



hook to jthe 
let go; then 

: the fire bells 
iking, as that 
already bejon' 



of the fire de- 
le key, or if 



Second st and 



s Sixth and 



Monroe sts, William Scott, captain. 

Chemical Engine No. 3,- e Twelfth an]d 
Lyon sts, Henry Strauss, captain. > 

LOCATION OF HOOK AND LADDER 
TiqiCKS ^j 

Hooll and' Ladder i No. 1, t> -Fourth and 



Walnut sts, Henry Strauss, captain. 



h 



!ook and Ladd^; 
Gfand a\|e, Wijm 



tI 



IlOCATION'O 



)F 



am 



lompany, 



WilHji ti 



2, Second st (indl 
Scott, .captain. J . ; J 

lIpS^iipMPANlfe^ 

econd st krY 



o. 



!. 



Hose' 
Grand 

jHoseCpimpany;Hp. jj, s Fourth frtnd 
nqt sts, I enry Str;Li:ss ,' captain. 



fc 



Hose 'dompanyl' 

yon sts, jHeiiry $ 

Hose! Company 

School st;,,Williai|n 

Hosei.CIo 



o. 



Twelfth tin 
rhuss, captain'; ' 
No. . 4 



anjd 



OrfcjckerlFts, Williiin Scftt, captain 



| ^Police Depajr 



red 
SljdiTer; 1 
gajnf Cap 



E 



Det2d,fiye^; CharJ 



B5.C 



Lev 



e 



M 

hi L 

!Hiu £man 
iliti, Char 



1 
any 



nat 
eac 



Hko 



r, 



:iari 



>mpany 



tf 



Eighth 
Scott, carjtaiih | i •■' 
3. 5 Seventeenth 'ah 



olinson, 



)ejkity,M*rsha 



Manhai; Charles j 



am; A. 



dhn^cn, i W. E. 



>! 



r, 



ejoy, 



RATES 
ITY 



1UBL1C CARRIAGES, fiTG; 
>ctioh 13. Thit the owner or drji 



other vt\ 
shji 1 bii 
t excee 



omiibus, ca riagk 



But in.j Sergeant- ,Ed 
^cholejs,- Jajfnes Bain 
Rjc'cai*d, City Jailor. 
Aylinworth, fGeorg 



Scott, 



aptain. 



Wai 



1 



merit 



J(Q3i 



ty Hall) 



; George P. ; Mor 



Jarnes I a n, \V. ' A. Connor, 

H. Cor e 5, W. S'. ' Efekoss, 
(fold$n]uth, F. Q rj loc|i , S. L Gross, ; O..H 
Samuel , ft axyorth, W. D. - Hoi: 
fes M. Kirl:, J. H.Keeley, W, E 
.lay Lev^ s 'Ropert Lyon, A.I IVjc 
Lrtijy George W. JliNu t, A. G. Miller 
W|illiam,JVIarts, E. C. Mogelberg, Willi 
Mj^ns.-J. S.j Page, H. Reich, W. H. Sum 
tier, Thomas ShevVrs,- L J. Stevenson, Ed 
Siinbergi Charles it.! St.'ider, George |Tay 
lot William Tiirk, ][ M!,. 1 Wharfon " 

OF F\l\ S i^TIlbRIZfcli) 
ORDINANCE 



1 



cab, 



/ear 
herdic 



of 

... i , Of 

licle liceniejd liijder this chapter 
entitled t )"' deriand and receive 
ding, t wen y-fije. cents i(25c) fc 
l passenger cor v^yec any| distande n( 
expeediiW pfie mik 

[["Or e?.ch t.iassen jtjr, oVer one friile.'an 
urjc dx tvo miles, fifty ceiis (50c). jETorj eac 
p$Heng<[r with trink, o'rje mire andmndei 



pas^eng^r with trinlt, one mile and'Unde 
fifty cento |(.}()c|). For-q,' ch passenger wi 



truiil, ove^.lj'ne mi; 
se^iinty-*five cents 






(M) 



pajsHeng^r of the 
cehis (25c) ' Prov 
sha 1 ddnstitute 
shja 1 bk Entitled 
ratt w4ien said 
txvein the hours o 
(i lo'clock a m., 
foj"! ^ach passengt 
dih'ge, when emp 
anjd 50- j' " 
hotir, an 



arAe party, twen|y-fi 
ijdpd't lat sixteen j'pjock 



and 



i. 



dol lapis 



(So 

ij.for eac 
thef are 



ej.anc updier 1 tw'6 pile! 
5c). , (Each'jaddft'tion,' 

v 



M)1;0' 
o 
e 



B v 



RBLATIVi: TO 



r 



^ 



nih 



!Arid|; the 



..^ toJ;thd abov 
is rendered bt 
lock ati lai 



iVicc 

12 o'clock ari bight an 
t^venty-five cent;? • (25c 
Aid areiieirtitleci, ( 
ijed )y the 1 1 6iir< on 
($1.50)- foj the' fm 
additional hour, on 
ejreby reqirirpd to. con 



I 



i r h any pasEf 

fjfiri? ptj the,$ 

; Children;" 

ilinying afty 

'Miali npt"J 

• ibtw.een ths; 

-{hair^yM 



jn violating 
jpjrdlnance s! 
fettian fi\|j 
Idollars. ! 



rigeiJ c 

as h 

l&cijer fiv 

arson . 

c%rgjja 

mM L 

charged! hal 





B 01 



m 



aft'y of [ the. ] >|rovikibns' 
M bqtWbje 



mqrd 



•iiiW^HS - '.' 

j BOA] «D OF M? PA if? 



'by tlhjenj tp such 

[he i &y : rjsJ< jaire, 
of jige 
paid f 
■e,| anil] c 

ir^ d , te i 

fare.! Anjfi per- 

Sf this 

I not 

dred 



pan fane lii 



West l\o Mwes+~0)htt 
fifteenth* J 
president; 



(fentfjr 

r.'St.-'|(jjM 




Hi 



^ariioii 



Johopl, 
Mdtt- 



,Jefctai:y f M George 

wiright.ltj Usurer j 'Fjai ikB.!/ dpopef, su 
jterintendetit;i jDire^t<3Is: J :/|Jro^ jBowen 
K it L. Da(il|p0rg. JkWrW: Mqtt( p. D 






Jfleming, Ce$geF|H 
Boar'd Mee i ~&s: FirstT 
|fonday of e ich rac bin. 
j] Tmtioni % • \toh-R •ifyafK 
and [Gram nr gra 
Hight Sghcio ,| per (vtefek 
fiorekch te Tijin aqfy^ce 
\\\Il\/i\Sa ok 
ft.'Mjncaif 

E,Hjighei, ^P00> JBJ^U 

CarrfeR Clc 

$720 A.i,:v:j 

Millirj $)<>'( 

U.'' Ill I J 

trfty.-flrfet 
Viol 



sday s 'ai d thim 
r\t^il$~ Piiim^ry 



'A'20: 
— Ce: ter aid Fifteen, 
;]Clay ).!$i%r, $1}dti; 





Pag, 

&rtifc|ta 

HffljMf, 

i \ c Wfif\ 
betSchoo 

1 • J • 1 i h I 

pniicipafl.j 



•^OXnanfla" 

[ st:,l M. iD. 
'yin, . J !#; fcl r 
ttie &J4^aftima,$') 
, Anna 



.indergjirie 
■to Edilth 
^lunte 

idftorfh , 

'$>! Mfttki 



jGilore^t, 

'Mrfc 
e, sbti 
haii 



pfer'j-v^ee.k' fl5 Hcetyts 1 , 



ts;iH. 

:JoUise'i 
$900j 

m 




iw 



U 



|de * 
el^riC 



#stcor 

cipal, 

-.' T-B 

1'arich'e 

woqd, 

Zula 

fth st J 

andedl 

Char 



i 



|f at Wi 

Mitliad 
W^ r, 
i itatt 



Ijatrtcws.ilOO; 



iarfls, $0 
urtj' $45 
m'cipalj 




A. McClelland, 
Gertrude Burt, 
JCJndeigarten: 



.49 



$05; 

$<55; 

_ „. Belle 

0; Mai4' A.; Davis, 



tiitaiit' $5(j; Flora Laifd and Charlotte 
i:ent. volunteers. I 



ribenlt,] volunteers . 

Ofirj \e \ I School— X liird .belt Chestnut and 
(: ether s .«;. Mary I Si {Frederick; principal, 
$7j3>- (>;,rrie M. fcidiaijan, $C0 Margaret 
3 :J| ■ %l r » 2, $<i5; Id i ]By;wat ;r, $50; Iiizzie 
i&Ul&S i50; Elizal^ejh .Morris $00. , 



j (C rrtj i( Sc/ioflt-j-} 

fve ave and ,4' 
na, principal, 
... Mr I. -M;B.C. 



joijesT ave bet Cottage 
f(\ve a |e and, Atkins jst. . Mrs. Julia A. 

B0- Le la Schmeltzdr, 

cNichols, $55; Helen 

ek $()0; Lutyj Gj. Clart , ( .$00; Anha L. 

ridhy $(W. i P iimcrgar en, Flora J. 

principal, ^5Q; ^Imna Klinefelter, 



)Ei 



$;M|ir|y 



/jolu^teeijs 



Dewey and , Edith 



Iotuf:M. Kijlg, icofffirjBtptiMfc, $m 
Acio aid* I A Srd, $00; Gr icel BalJM '■ $5p 



rl lTi ,r--. 1 r AV//f?i?/— [l|[prtbj .^ide 
bit Bijtti aid Sev^nthEts^Tob'ti' 



ISO 



$fe. ,Kin 



I ri i iipal; Illiza (Sewgje, $ 
' $IK ^rrimiij^ike^ey, * J 



voitttit 



t„ . , liZ'iie 
0; ^uc> 'MI Mil 
.; Ldiicjd anji Sadfie 



:eer{i. 



if. 



'{franklin Schoolf^Cti. 
Ttoibst.feLydii'lA.- T 
^|000';iJ„i ( iphine {Tayf 
B^wne/:.flbi Jes^jClJI 



,U J 



ikdr, so 
idler; f 



;■* 



:h(b6l Vst 
. Klbin 
/; RJarjf 
i(; Edith, 
iVlaty ivrcbyiidn^, $(}0;'| 

son, $m F pfeice A ^ ' ' 1 

Hawkins, |$|5 

tthe#,|-$^ 
:(ljergartfinj/v 



Kveretft j 



r /i?r«<s; ; 5"^<:(?/M>oc cer, . nprthwest 
5eventeenti pit .Olive McHenry, 
„al;$i;dob; An&A.Hc lland,$75 l Ella 
.. |ii?^dO;.Be:-thji D. S nith, $00;lMary 
Cuniynghlara, $60f"Emrca Jackson, $55; 
^(jp'jR. S'kir.ner; $00; Mary Sti^Jbhn, 
l, H^ JPal i ner, i(30. Kindergarten, 
DaJ^y fy. Hunjthifjtoo, 1 principal, $55; K. 
iarnard, i^istant, j $15; Georgia 
tfj iind^Hattic, 3uU^r, 'yi )Iunteers,,' 
^4? Sc/iwl-- '^eisant,* southeast cor 
St. ^argiretjB'ri«tow, principal, 
mma Wqi z, $30; lillieqanzj $00^ 
J Smith, ^ 501 j 

'^t^mSr{i(U7l-^-y\&'\B^r\t t nbrthdast ^onth. 

iskjAl M.'^'pv;on, piincipal, $1,300; 

ni|e Shplep, j 175 Nellie D. 'Howard, 

assistant, *$,^5; £4 r 9 ^ ne J Harvey,/ $05; 



. $6odj 
eijac^ 




$<i ); Cora Chase, 



iCi );i I os 

dij'AlitefE^duIti^ «$05^ 
*d);f M.f % Wfiihtj l>00 
^i);(:hrif>tineii3erson,!$05. . ., 

mnikl3ii!Flet<jher, briiicirialit$i>5; Jessie 



nrtie A. Curley, 
Anniitttj: Rice.t 
Mae Benson, 
Kindergarten, 



Ji^H|)a|je, $45,, 

Vfimonl,'-, 

Willis^ 



M. 

M 
^r" i^sistan 



Ca 



D cl|$j ]as^isu\nlt, i 15;. ^lta ,Bfecker and 
^5| i za Scr|ip j)s, '^d unjte^rs. 

\rJt <im- iyr/4>/--Mu)lxJr[-y, cor Ninth st. 
Mj ss S, ■M.'ifclitar , princi'pa!, SI.2O0; |)elia 
W $\\Mflfy ■' »[aryE,J 3tein, assistant, 
i.(|D; Add e. L... Harvey ;$ipj Nellie Caven, 



braith , 



rah ffi 



); ^vfidaSmlt 
); Florin c^'jE." 



i,<$^0;!fV innie L. MpCall 

.. ..,__ Hedges, $00; Mrs Bel J« 

ming, $00; -Lizzie D. fierce, $15; Alice 
Wilkin, $05. Kinderk irten, Julia Mor- 
lior.piycipai, $00; J !cfara K, r ]Bicknell, 
pis \Ai I $4fjj » [atie Du lkle JInd Lillie 
ea yar , ' vp^un tee rs, ' j »..>■*' 
^^//w^>i!.!^://^4-HH«de; ave, (S 
s ^Ipines):Mni. ^linnie T. Hatch, prin- 
; , M$0;, Tuliji p.i Cpcper,; i$00; Agaes 
n r&Lrk, $0pj; : dtnniej I :. ^herman, $55; 
ij v EuHbrte t $00; . M irgaret Gutfirie, 

J ft: '. ! I ' i l • 

1 ■ . • ■ '• ' 



50 




MOINES ClT r DIRECTORY. 



$55; Abbje M>cGuire, $T>0. Kindergarten, 
Mrs. S, M. Vernoni principal, $5Q; Alice 
Leach man, assistant, $50. ! 

Special readier s — -Rose Morrison Super- 
visor pf Kindergartens, $850; Mary. A. 
Roberts, supervisor of drawing, $1,000. 

Teacher of Sciences— E. R.Call, $ — .; 

The teachers have not been assigned 
and, though teaching in the buildings men- 
tioned, are subject to transfer by the super-- 
mtendent. 

Independent Public School Dis= 
tricts. i 

Forest Home (High) — Forest ave cor w 
' Thirteenth, Louisa Patterbon, principal.,' 
Kindergarten, Emma Smith and Majtie' 
Ross. t 

Forest Home — Dr. Geo. Rc-yal, president; 
Ed witi Conrad, secretary; R. JQ. ■ Green, 
treasurer. Board of Directors: A. P. Kings- 
bury, H. Keemer, Geo. ! Royal,! C. C. Car- 
lin, E. B. Fagan, T. C.,King. *• i ; 

Oakland — Fifth near College ave., Mary 
O. Buchanan, principal. Kindergarten, 
Mary Howell, principal. j 

Lake Park — Sixth ave, cor Franz aye, 
Carrie McKay, principal. Kindergarten, 
Alice Campbell, principal. ^ - 

Summit — Twentyhfirst, near 'Clark. E. 
J. Macy, principal. Kindergarten, Alfce 
> Jenney, principal. j '. I 

j Fast l)es Moines—]. II . jKoons, presi- 
dent ; Charles E. Rossiter, secretary ; I John 
S. McQuiston, treasurer; AmosiHiatt, Su- 
v perintendent. Directors: J. S. 'Brown, J. 
H. Koons, W. H. Heaton, W. ty English, 
J. O. Heggen, A. Kl Stewart. 

Iligli School — E (jourt ave, cor Twelfth, 
• Elmer H? White, principal. 

Cary 'SViool—ln jHigh school building, ; 
Stut G. Askren, principal. ^. 

A leal t School — E Thirteenth,, cor Lyo;n 
st., Miary C. Askrenl, principal. ^ 

Beikon School— E' Shaw, cor] Twelfth st, 
Nancy Kirkham, iprjncipal. j l 

Bremer — E Des Moines, ( bet First and 
Second sts, Ella Goodrell, principal. 

Bryant- — Pennsylvania a\fe, cor Grand 
ave, Georgia Warridk, principal.^ - 

Curtis — E Sixteeith, cor Raccoon st, 
Ella Malone, principal..: | \ ,■ 

F.hmoood— North, |sw cor» ( of Thirtieth st, 
— Garrett, principal ; Eva.Kuhn, assistant 
principal. f I j 

Fmerson—K Sixteenth, . tior MJaple st, 
Dora Crooks, ,prlincipal. . j I 

Lon^fclloio— Pane,) bet Maple and; Walker 
sts, Sybl C. Jeffries, principal. j. . 

' Lucas— Y. Sixteenth, cor [Capitol avei 
Ida M. Pugh, principal " ; 

Webster — E Twelfth, cor ILyon^ Amand|i 
Morey, principal. . I 




*niii 



'upp/y Teachers— Mnbe\ Ki 



*..,., gham, May Bu>j:ley, Giissie Wheeler, 
'■ Wi inieJRees. j 

\Tleaso\nt I fill— Thirtieth, <jme mile nor 
ofi North st, — Carson, 'principal. 



G 

wi 



/Wn/Us. W. Baker, D. F. Wittek 

[in Koenigsberger, A. 
W.I Baker. 



st 



CAPITOL I 



o 



u^rge Rankin, 

Guthrie, Cjeofjie 
S. W. Baker, pr 2a 
se:ietary;;W.> W. W 
/■/ijr/t School— Eiisi 



dd,Grace!CuQ 



... 
AfeK SCHOOLS. 



A. C^llison, principal. 



/ leastint Corner\- 
Wja jhin^toh st, Lulu 
cifc.l. 



identj B. F. Maricty, 
ise, treasurer. 
Thirteenth, cor Polk 



East Fourteenth, Ct r 
Kortz, assistantr prii - 



wkRCjl BOUNDARIES. 

WJAJRD ! ANp VOTING PRECINCt 
i BQIJN^ ARIES. . 



J 
first {War J^he first 

'of that pqr lion r of 



w 



s irsjL warclj ' west o 
)oiht in tjre middle 



;t.; 



ie 



thenc 
: t. ;theiic^ 
; t. ; 



arc! shall em: 
brace alllof that r>qrlion j' of the city lyin 

, west of «i, line described as follows, toiwit 
Beginning on the sot thf line of the cityjm 

; th(| cbntt r of section twynty-orje, in rz.ri'gi 
twenty-four (24) )( running thence north 
through he center of said. section tiveity* 
one (f^l), ajid through section j sixteen (id) 
and ,!a pa|rt of nint (9) to the niiddle o: 
Raccoon river; thence westward! along the 
chinilel of said river to a ppint df recti; r 
soiith.pf 1 he-southern terminus of the mid 
dleof Nineteenth st.; thehce r north to 
Grind ave.; thence* * east On Grand 
ave, to Seventeetli st. ; thence north . 

'ofy Seven 'ejentiy st J, to' the north 1 line of 
seciion fr'p (5)» in township s^ventyj-eigh 
(78 ,.rang4ltwenty-foi:r (24); the|nce west or 
:he north line of said section tb Twentietli 
;t. ; thence north on Twentietlli St., to thd 
)e:' Moines river; tntnee along/ the middh: 
)f the said river'to :he northlline of the 

'**i • 1 1 • ■■ I .» j ! : ."' : 

hecond IVard — Th i 'second ward shal 
nojude ii]l of the terr: tory lying east of tht 

f line beginning at 1. 
of the Eapcoon river 
vhcre itj is intersected by a north anc 
iioiith ljriej " runnin 1 hrough t ie center o[ 
:ec|ion ninb (!))■; thtn :enortr| through tht 
Renter o'tj 



said s,e:t on nine' to Marke 
,west oil Vl^irket st F , to. Tentl 
north on lehjh st.J to; Pleasani 
'thence west 01: Pleasknt st. tc 
alley Jmm^li^te y east of , lqt tWo 
[2)\ ijn s^ubdivisiori p: lots three and foi)r 
nf Kijise's addition; ! i| ; thtmce north bn said 
r.lley to Park st. ; the ice, east -On Park st. 
to Eleventli st. ; tlienoi|norjth orjf Efleventh 
j ( t. , to; Jefferson st. : ^thence wssti on Jeffer- 
Jbn st., toil' the wesjt; linej 0^ me plat of 



. iptro ; 
ies 



t 

the 



jiect pa- 
M sines m 
[n/iddle 
joupdary H iu 
third Wytu 
lity shall emftace a 
astqi the boundary 



,|econ|l \vatt. 



jjUofjf irig I 
fliboftt desij 



r q 

ijfn 



thencf 
ver; th 

of the' 
o^ the 



m 



J10OT8 OitV 

' «. 1-1 ' 



tbove 
Bej£iti 



ted 1.1 



W 1 

<v,tti J d 



;H 



Rr.qo 



Arl 



t< 



he iibgin'ni i ? point 

irio dfitjie second 

jiustwardly l?Mthe 

|hiiddl|e of Seventh; sf 

iillo tHb soiiijrn |t 

lSWKof.Elri-st;;the; 
'to H Wist j lbnceeajst 
st; thence ijkth on| F 
thenfie; Avejtjpb.-Griij 
therice north on Six :h 
thunce'. ,eas: pn Cries 
thence north pn JFif 
east on Sta t st to 
north on A lingto'n Jivb 
north pn Si > th, ave to- 
Des Mpine; river; ifheni 
river south ustwardly tp 
the ; .centef pf Section 
township seventy-nipe ( 
four ,(24), t liipce east tb 
section j thence nor 
sections th i thrive 
tweqfy-thnip), \tl< 
city*/..' ■ ' l ' ' ■ ! ■ .,. ,. - 

consist of i .U pf " thM J p( IUi " ' - 
, [lying east o : the east] hoi 
| (fi.rstVd.tr irdAvarcls,'l|a . 
] lowirig line 5 : , 'Beg nnin 
I section | t\v« it ty-two (22)] ! 

oti said city, .thence] nort 

tet fit s 



Dt tne'said 

wefit of the '. 

he (point 

ni le (ii), 'bs • 

list ( b^lindary 

lnniifjj tjiknpe 

ij Viv.eop the 

the t ice north 

Jof £ ikthlj ftve, 

on ^ixcri'ave 

mi "id [Fifth 



ave 



$ix|li aver 
esmut stt 

mw st[ 

5;,{tnend 



ir 



tit 
(35) 



SIkth ivfcj tpenc< 
p j.mi(ld)l<±< PmH 

dowji jlhe sai< 
dsite v 

range; twentyr 

centej: pE said 

h t^evcemer of 

x(|i)and 

ins it the 



pbirtt 

ittyrfijye ' |f5) 



ib 



lion 
tWy 
west 1 



secti 



ins twe 



la 



ieti 



s 



:o 



femor 
>elft 

,<ji;}VMhihg|oWaye 
< )f s^dtipnl thinv-fivg 
prtHkin tjie 
upon j the 
ix (20) arid 
e pf the cjitjy^ 

flol 



f 



thenjfie east on Fre- . 
tbouce north on 
n ave; thence east 
the euiit section line 
) ibcye referred tp; 
a*jt lin is pf said sec- 
it linis£ o£ sections 
^jat^trjtee (23), tpthe' 



]Stath-' < ua£{l shall be 

■U'tltett] PprtioYof territory, 

ifct olj the eaj t bqirndfc ry! lines of the 

d fifjihjvvai is and y est of the fal- 

ae| jbegir n ing; in the center of sec- 

itt IjjMtyyth^ee (k i), in.ths 3PU^b line of 

ij t|V)j *ange| tv ec ty -four (24 \; thence 

r n thro -ijfy jtneemterof s ;ctibns twenty- 

thriej^J; fputteen (W) arid'eleven*{ll) to 



cf 



ind feflsejhtion 
o^r|H)toth( 



andjten Alp) to. the < pji I il e/ k t 
Moines^ ^iver; thence .nqi t lwes :erli 



ard 

#\¥ 

line 
of 
tHe 'can 
ti|iej sputji line* 
:hrougjnj|ljl9'c\:n- 
ty-tw;o:t22)^nitfeen(ir))i 

l ip-kl«? I 

Sixth \ 



m)d^le/d| he pes JMbiifts. riv<;r 
ave brildge vyhere i prpss^i the 



nor 
sev 
the 
riv^ 
nor 



cert 



• Fiftk\m r d— ^THe fift 
sistofjilljiof that bDrtiori 
lyinfe Wt pf the east* 
third aho^ ourth w ^ro$j, 
a line as follows, t|-wjt: 
mioBle of hb De 3 ^loipi 
intense ciec '^y the 

hrcugh sec ion 
sev^nt7reij_ht5'(78) r r, |f 
te'eastyr^rdly'-all 
to a xJibt.opWi 
on Seven talst 
norljh troni'Liocurast 
to Maple st; thenci m 
cen|er;of h'eimsyiJahi 
sidcofsaji street; the 



i vard 



saitl nvei 



shhlf .con-\ 
o|f ( thp:5ii«l>ciit 



DDUi^dirie^ ofi^e ] 

d lyingni^est of; 

egi in'ip^; in the * 

rive "' \vjpqre itjisf 

r line 



running,. 

(10); *jjo imship. 

^JtweEtyhfioir (24);'; 

'the m ifidte )f saidi 

tventrjist;. herice^' 

'J^cus: stp thence I 

ennsylvai ia_aye;S 

op Me pie U fto the^ 

aye oi Jtne |nortrR 

ortl: onpennsyl- 



tfiejDe s;M Dines Iriv !i);| the|ho s up|the middle 

[re saidEiver ti a ppin opppsite and 

ou Y. pf the $ou|her]| terminu spffe^ixteehtrf' 

\i ttf e :; tHehce nbrtn op Sixteenth j street to 

yMle: st(e£t; (tHence northeasterly on 

1 Vjp 11 :e :;atreet anp!, Eafaton 'B [iulev^rd to the 

( a& :' ; ine pf sectipnj thirty-si c .(3(lj; thence 

loj; tlivard on the e asc lines of said section 

h|j-t^ : J5i^(3GJ;!in; jjadge twfenty-jour 1(24), 

lty-fiye ( ^'>)^a ! r^d twepty- 
hrlipe Pi the city. 
l'^/^//|,^n/-^|'he;Seveiith ward shall 
:oti|ri#|aU tha| portion of the city lying 
;a£ t5)l i he easjt hue 1 of" the : sixth ward as 
ibovp fixed, u' '; ■ • 

lil 'I- V ' ■ i 

LEGI^qT liOUNJ)ARIES. 

., \Firfy\ iVmi— ^itsjt. Pre :jnct-j-All tha'f 
5qi tip i )fj|the first wprd so ith off the, Kac- 
jpon^ivsrj'slall co is.titute election precinct 
!^c. ,1 ol the first ward r j 1 < ' / . 
(Second •Pricinlc(^AU that portion of 'the 
irji tlyvaid. north of iheffiaccoon river and 
spilth bfl C jnter kredt ind of the centerlline 



-fining er;st|a 



(2| anl ()nij(ij) and 
th,<; se;o|na ele 
wtrd 



md wi 



' ^>u : L 1 1 



tproUgh sejitipnjtwo 

(\\); Mialj (Jonstjtute 

'' ■ ' -' first 



ec^ipjri j [jreefnet of the 



fl 



Thi rd PWciript—AlMhat 1 portion of; the 
sajd v a 'd pprth of ithe^said, second precinct 

J 11 :bjnsfiitute |hp third flection prebinct 
he first! ward, j,', ,; ' ' I j ( ^ "' 
iriftttwdrd- 



sh 
of 



■AM that 



i T , . Fiist Precinct ., .... 
bf fthe said waird squtlp 'of ICrocker 
al ponjstitujte ihe firs'! election pre 
tps seccjnd ward. 
^["Precinct-t-All that(i|6rt5oh north 



pcttion 
st eei s 
c| ict 



(J Precinct-j-All 
er street in trie 



Pf ZjMcker sjreet ini trie saidpward; shall 

<*p ist tvite 1 thp » second' elect io^ ! precinct 

h\\tM ^^-LFi^st Precibct— All that 
of trie said ward sou ^i of Crpcker 
ial Con^tiiiitel the firs eleciipri prc- 



tfOTJn- 



I. 



52 



4 



t>ES MOINES CITY DtacTOBY. 






Second Precipct- 



All that portion of thej 



said ward north of Crocker street and south' 
of the Des Moines river shall constitute {he 
second election' precinct in baid ward. 

Third Pr 
said wafd north 

shall constitute the third election preciri 
in said ward. ' • ~ 

" "' ' — ■ ~ ' t-i— All that 



rincinct — JA11 thai portion of i;b 
north, of Ithe Des Moines ri <jfe 



Fourth Want—Yw^X Precincti- 



e 

hi- 



1 



portion of territory in the fourth ward 
south of the Des Moines and Raccoon riv- 
ers shp.ll constitute the first election pre- 
cinct tjherein. j ri J 

Second Precinct — All thai portion of Ijhe 
fourth ward 'south of Crocker street; arid! 
north of the Raccoori river shall constitute I 
the second precinct in said ward. ( | • 

Third Precinct — All that portion of the 
said ward north of Crocker street shall 
constitute the Third election precinct in j 
said ward. ■ ' ' 

Fifth Ward—Yvck\ Precinct— All that, 
portion of the fifth jward south of Locust I 
street shall constitute electiqn prtjcinct Nq. , 
1 iri said ward. ' | ! 'i 

Second Precinct — JA11 that portion of the t 
fifth ward between Locust st and the north' 
line of sectjon thriie (3) shall 1 constitu|e 
election precinct No 2 in! said w&rd. 

Third Precinct — All that portion of the 
fifth ward north of :he north line' of sec- 
tion three (3) shall constitute election. pre- 
cinct NcL 3 in said ward. . ! . i 

Sixth Ward—Yvki Precjinct-j-Ail that 
.portion of the sixth ward south of the : Des 
Moines river shall constitute election pre- 
cinct No. 1 in<sajd ward. , , ', ; 

Second Precinct — 'All that portion o\ trie 

sixth ward north' of the Des; Moines rijyer 

• arid south of * Grand' ave,! shall constitute 

election precinct No, 2 in said ward. \\[- 

Third Precinct — AH th^t portion of the 
sixth wara north of Grand jjve, sjiall con- 
stitute 
ward. 



election precinct No. ti in said 



Seventh Ward—YxxstS. Precinct— All; that 
portion of the seventh t ward I south of 
the Pes Moines rjver , shall constitute 
election precinct No.:, 1 of Isaid w.nrd.t , ! 

Second Precinct — All that portion of the 
seventh ward north lof the Des '-Moines, 
river and east qf the eastjlines ot Station 
eleven (U) and two (2), and south' of Grand 
ave, and of a linb extending directly east 
from the eastern! terminus oi the said ave, 
to the east line of th£ city, j»hall constitute; 
electionprecinct No. 2 in said ward. 

Third precinct — All thatiportion qf the 

seventh ward west of the east section lines 

t of section (2) and eleven (It), and . south 

of North street, and north of ihe Des Moines 



_L 



;riVer, shall cdnsi 
:'3''<of said \yard 
fourth iPrecinct 



tute electioh precinct No. 

,,, pv^.^t — All the remainder of 

said seven jh ward shkll coAstitije election 
precinct No. 4 ofj said ward, ::'!-"■ 

COUNTY tJSpfr* TQV/jNSHIP 
■ . ; \ , ' O^FICER^l . ! ' ' r ' j [ 

i j Wj F; Conrdd, JC., P. Holmes, | S. F. 

Baliytt, Judges District Court. 

; AmWw. Brandt, Auditor. ' , 

i j. D. McjGarrakigh, Sheriff. 

' Wm. Musson, Clerk of District Court 

; ! C. H, ipilwortl treasurer. 

,' George '■ &. Sims,' [Recorder. 

j ^.JA. Spurrier, $td e's Attorney. .. 
G. .13. Wicks, Jr.' Surveyor, j •• 
t W. Qriffiih.l Coroner. i , j 

AiV/H, S r MattJijjHvs, M. D.J Physician} 

! W. A. McCord, Superintendent of 
NScliodls^ ■ ' ' ' (j ! , '' :n |i. : . i 
: )?v<lrd,of Supdrvjsbrs^.\&i Robinson r , 

Fir.s|t Djstrict; Wm| Christy^ Second Disr< 

trict; Andrew Nelsofi, Third Diltrict; H, G. 

Iserximger, Fourth \ District; J. H. Zikep 

fqqse, Fifth District •' j- t i '. '.| j 

JGdjimisswners of Insanity--]. M. .Sti* 

jOjin, preiidentj,' @. D. , Benson, M. • D.[ : 

Pnyjsician, Wm.jMusson, Cl^rl;. I 

i ■OWrse^ff&ty-r-Wm. Chirijsty. Office. 

327 Ekstj Bifth St.^ Cipen Wednesday and ' 

Saturday \i ten ioon. . 

Sotdi^hs' Relief Commission.—]. G 

Rounds, Chairman,! T. B. Robinspn^ secrq 

tary. 



Township 



Allen— y[. P!\I^erey, Avon. . 

instead, Mitchelville 



7t see as ore. 



Brisco, 



Des Moines 



nhey, Rijnnels. 
ltoona. 

(trocker. 



^ 



Beaver-^]. W- Qri 

• Camp-JZ. V.Mck 

|7<;ji' — E. Reamesi 

bvkvv-G. H. sUirtfager; 
/}elaw(irt -^Joseph Baker, Al^oona,, 
jjatfglas—]. H. Mathis, Elkhart. ; : 
Jilh\tart-V<N. B. Willis, Elkh|art. I 
• Jfou^r MiL'-~D. Wjl Boatwright, Adelphi 
Fnwklhij— J. M. Jfcrawford, il^onduij-ant. 
, ,ftfnr$on-'—]. H. SeibertL Grimes. 
■ftu<Jo/n—L. S. Higgen, Huxley. 
Madlsitri- -George j A. Evans, Grimes 
$u)'i'(>C — r .y J. Sayior^ Sayloryille. . , 
IVa/nUt--D. B; Mptt, Des Moines.. 
H'ashingtm — Thomas Stilw^li Maxwell. 
Waster — F. A. Tomlinsori, Grimes. 

I Tovfnahi p TruBteee. 

. Allen— J. T; Keeling, Avon. ;; 
Jh'qver— fames Walters, Mitchelville. 
Bt<n\hi field— J. B. Ha|ndleyl Des Moines. ', 
LVdfiLd - - ■" " Ltt - 



nells 



F. Clark, L. Bishop, Run- 



r 



qaVr-Tlp 



3er 




des Momfes wit. miii 



K 



, pujv^icfy , : 

i(!>U Bpndiirant. 

khair^V f M 

Adelphi. ! ' 



:dgea>W 
lell, Crocfc 



W. H. 



:er. 

City* 
Stead- 



st 



dWm 



oines, 



tj Janjrisqja 

Wo<?c row, i Lltopna^ 

. ItVtor-^.JC. Fi4hH 

,'Prtfgfos^-O.' D. KM 
1, JWiahr- Frank GeMJ 
J/Ur ; iI/i7'— [;. C.^ilew^, 
' IWnklin--} V{. Ma(W 
child, Saritiag'f 

Jefferso,n--] A. I e£k. 

./*»*> fof- R v £-. ■ McCc 1 ._,_.-, 

i1Aii//j»;:r-Jcihii Mel-em, Polk 
Georftq Faspcl, ;SneM " " r " 
mah.jPoH C Ah , j 
' Sapor- -3 <, '. 1. Milly , _ rp . , _ - T - 
W.1 L- Df k j/ Saylorvill d ' - - 1 V. » 

Walnm-^L. P| Becn^fjl) Ashewi, , , 
.'■ i Ufohhte 'on 4- W. $ ,'-'%r, Makwell^ 

fTowneh lp Ju&tijpfc^i 
'Ailen-^l W. kieirg an4 Q. S.fSftoup, 

Avorf. "['■'■[{' 

/Afe-J. W. ppl;b 

'tanijedy', ■ duchelvillje. I 
1 ! ))V^^/f/-4Wesiej ft :«u-n- and Samuel 
Adams, De> Moines, j . j f h ' 

lCamPr?\k W. Murray!' Runln 
W[ j:,^af -eii, A4eJijhi!Jj|]| 



Ri4^|daie| 
<if th f el*eace. 



l and Wjj H: 



els, I, ai 
1 . 'in 



and 



. pW-jflii* Porter, 

. Crock p-*- jJ E,..,Harv{ 

TJ W. Haven ;, ASjkene 

•i pe!aw(m~ j. D. Toh 

■ifitedtPowel^EflsiDcIs 

fiW^--H. J. ,Wilu 
and F.,W. Culni 



oona. 
jSaylorville, and 

>n, bbxwi^k', and 

ijnes^ • -J ; -' ' . ! 

lsori, : FJlkhart; 

h'ek. ; , iS ', . 

W, B: Wellk 

Bikfart, . I I ■ ,;[. I V\ 1 ;.. ' i;\j \ [" 

fotwr M '<•- -"< V.' B. C6< iley 'and L. Clark, 

Kail 



R 



mhWt-4 



isipg Sur . 
Fra\iklin- 
\Wersoti - 



mins}' 
Trout 



Keck,, .'Grange 
\LtHifohiU-0\e 




M Mttiipn&h.-Sli. Bri 
Mir isEgelscn, : Mk|Ci' 

S<lyA>r { — 3b yden ,. Sayi^r 
Krie|h,^ay)Jdrvflle[ j | 

milnutArit hn Fisher, 



n, Valeria J • , 
33,' Ifflakejl and J. H. 

ill.., , < 

Macfrid> ana 



I 



D\s Hi >fi>'s~-G$prQ(i E. l^ee, DesiWoines 



iOTORY. 



53 



f-oepi w 

.', W.' 5pdds, Bondur'ant. 
X'/a4-[i. H. WdodnnL, T^ier|. 
itrAfiA'^Q. E.'Duhagan, Risiki L 
1 ■ - ' ' fi -UW. H. i^alke::.. IBondiirant. 
— C.'FJ Holmes, GrimeL 



•&' 



!; 



V. I 



, -.-■'■( 8 Sun - I 

r e,'sbn- _.. 

4'ff~1[| ]. Ca«4lbq|rry, <£ Des Koines. 
/i';^7/|— J.,D. Sargent, Plater. ' 
j#/4--Conrid Hug, Mk City . 
.P. Djayj KD|et Moines. 
Hunt' Con 



msJii 



-Jj WjjHunt- Cdi'mmerqe. 
pcto^-UJl Wi. LaseSle, Mak well . 
h+Wi|liaiiijMUHgan, Gr(mes. 



r -<i 



,-NMyfeijs:, 
!|eU'; M 



fcv. 



<w w 



nship Constables 

Avon I 1 '*■■ 



Grbssftickle 
•J; W. Jones anc 



M 



helvill^. 

/jr^4— J.flli Giel 
rjlltb, t es Moines. I "' 
i(trt>//p-- -Dennis Sanford 



and 



Francis 



iiAli Exiling, A^ejphi 
I /(rj'fT^Fjirris Kaffit and 



Charles Can- 

and 'Edward 

Runnelis,^ and 

nomak' Shep- 



Anlqeney, and 



lam- 



, BenVick. 



^rti, *Altbd>na, ''■ ■ 

tm(4*±-Q. W. Wheeler 

61 fa Jfloeckley, Crdpke^. j ■ 

™ jyeti\vire-^E, Edwards and Wm. H« 
Jne'JiFerwick. "' [ 

' ^^^.rjtrrrfe.j M, Hofiman. 
J \th\a, /{-^A. G. 'Isemin jerari^ M. C 

;llibt, Elkhkrt, f \ " ' 

j'oji.' ■/l/(p T -E. f Binkard 

»a Irid Cr ltkcjielh Hastie. ' 

j j 'V^i" //' r iftf-]\ D.' , ^ lalone, 
:)avid CrA|w;:ofd, Bondyrapt 

i e Jn rs ^kr+jw-m: Murray .i .nd f J JP. Fees, 
Grmge(-|, , : | i-fl ';' f ' '■ 

j am of /jp^narles Hjeggen, 

v/^yrif4M; Elliott and H 
^drildlf [I.. :"|H'" M 



N 



J/V//«W;i -C. B. ,M(i Irihew and' BJE. 



F?»iey, ; SJa t x(vell. 1 V ■ 'I 
//&tor-Wd. ; H. <pamfo 



te 



.11 



bd 



f 

P. s. 



\shevya.l. 



.!>!,' 



VI: 



1] Grinilqs 



inile 



land 



A 

G. Harfliblg, Des M6W#. 

: ' i !■'''■ 

T dw nship dl 

^//ev^J R. WarMJjc, 

/) , (<w;^'///--R. •1 , ..Y6ii;jfi' pes' N koines 
(.;jw/-^J • -E . St^ v^tL, Runriellkll ; 

;(f r^r-j U: : Jjfil|i, 
^|{/«Wflr?pfc^rspnptJ5< 



TkB| 

Avon. 
y Mitch^lville. 



f 



TteAt. 

Vek E^e^ Koines. 



5a 



Adelphi, and 
Santiago, and 



Hpxjey. 
. >y.j{ngersoll, 



^/^JfEi-S.Creejafid G. \y. Wheeler, 



J 



Cainpbell, 



/^Hf'N 1 !,, ., ,,, ... . 

^fW^j-^Eciwardl jHyland, 
irid V ■M.'.A|rl>ufci«le[/| Valley Juiic|io 
, Va./i.iti^onj-Jf ,T:. iDiralap, KaxwelL 
YYdspr—rSSi. H. Apdersor, Griknet, ^nd 
^!i • -f4jgptnjes| t (tpe's Moines; ! ; 

nship School 
:. ••:, i i . 1 Districts. • : i„. 

' ill'' -l it* ■ ' 

.fZ/tdJiEdwatd , McDanicl,! president, 

J\,vDn; f\ H J Ke|i worthy, setretarjy, Avon. 

/1eaveifc~0. Z. Glenn/. pre; ideiit,] Mitch- 

r ville; D. C. !DejVotie, secietarv, Mitch- 

jivjillc. T J .i!j , T j .!•- , ;. 1). 

Vwr/'ify. .W.ifBrown, president, Run- 
Is; 'vyLJ^V.'VIjurray,. secretary, kunnells. 
?fay- T -,li.:S, Mis6n.p|re9i'(lent, j Altooha; 
'jSi; H ; >YocdroW secretary, Al^poha. 
^'/n^^j-]<ate Sjram, r resident, Ber- 
J, V. jA; Wasson, secrc ta^y,! Ajtoona. 



■ T 



54: 



DE8 M0I&E8 CITY DIRECTORY 



V 



>B1 



Douglas — Not reported. | . 
. Elkhirt—N. 'Burgess, president, Tyner; 
S. Trout, secretary,, Tuner. I 

Taylor, president, 



o\v, secretary, Kis- 

Davis, president, 
O'Brien, secretary, 



Four Mile—R.^. 
Rising Sun; T. E. Bar 
ing Sun. 

Franklin — : J. E. 
Bondurant; C. A. 
j Bondurant. [ , I ' 

Jefferson— Joseph Herrold, president, 
Grimes; J. F. Frazier, secretary, Granger. 

Walnut—]. F. Cp°k,! president, Valley 
Junction; J. W. Hunt* secretary, Camp- 
bell. ; 1 ■ ! i ', 

I Washington— Wm. . E. Parr, president, 
Maxwell; 'Wm, A. Achejrson; secretary, 
Maxwell. !. | ■ '•}'■ 

Webster— Adam Seibert, president, 

vGrimes; J.; A. : Lightner, secretary, Des 
Moines. ' t 

OFFICERS INDEPENPE 

sctfooi* DisTRicbrs. 

DES MOINES, ill 

j "! - I ' ! 

Allodia —. London president, A 

toona; W. J. Combs, secretary, Altoona 




president, Des 
secretary. Pes 



McCain.l presi- 
Jakaway, \ seere- 



Des Moines — L. Mott, 
Moines; J. M M St. John, 
Moines. 

Fotfist Jfome-^George A.. Royal, presi- 
dent, Des Moines^ E. I Cqnrad secretary, 
Des Moines. ! ;* j 

Gr&enwood Pdrk~-V1\ M , 
dent, Des Moinas; Elmer 
tary, Des Moines, i f [ ' 

Miichelviile~-T>t. B. T. <pad<l, president, 
!Mitctelville; George Wl Cooper, secretary, 
Mitch elville. . !, , ■ J 

Oar Dale — J. K. Macomber, presule,nt, 
Des Moines; C. O. Denny, secretary, Des 

Moink ' ' ■ i . I ■ I » ' 

Pleasant Ofrner—D. ( F.I Witter, | presi- 
dent, pes Moines; B. F. JVlerrich, jsec're- 
tary, Pes Moines. J J ' ' 

• Po4hCity— Conrad Hug, (president) Polk 
City; Robert Miller) secretary, Polk i Ci y. 

WoBitlawn — A. H. 'Parriott, president. 



Des [Moines; J. Smit 
Moines. 



l, (secretary,! Pes 



BLO(j)MFIELD TOWNSHIP., ; 

Elm Grove — Robers McCormick, presi- 
dent, Pes Moines; Z. T. Hargis, secre- 
tary, pes Moines- I 

Evergreen— -A. P. Kjndred, president, 
Des MJotfles; F. S. White, secretary, Des 
Moinep. ' f j . 

Majrfe Grol'e — Trumap Jones, president, 
Des Moines; F. V. Hughs, secretary^ Des 
fcdoihei < ■ I ' i 



Oak Cnw/'-OscariTavenher, president, 
Des Moines: Ed. Ho -veil, secretary, pes 
Moines, I j v • .. . 

' : Paf[k /fyeiue—H. fy.j Frost, president, -i 
Des Moines; C. Pi Bragg, secretary, Des 
Mqjn^s. ■ ■ , | i! " 

Pes Moines; 
Moines. 

Plain FiA 
Orilld; C. H 

l y leasan('l 
dent,, Qrilla; 
mercej. 

Plum Gro, 
Des Moines; 
Moines. 

H-ock Grtiek 
loryille; Alb 
lorville, 



-Jojin Cogley, president, 
O. I^.MueK,! secretary, Des 

' I • -■ <\ y ,. - ■ . ' 
— B. T. Brubaker, president', 
Taskett, secretary, Orilla.: 
lley—C. 0\ i.Donnell, presj-. 

t-e^vis Larch, secretary, Com- 
I j - i ■. . ' * 

-J. V. Nicholson, (president, 
ewis Gnv^s, secretary, Des> 



h Jose ph ' 3ary, president, Say- 
3i t C. Fisler, secretary, $ay- 



\ CROCKER TDWNSHIP. 

v ; ] l ' • ' '* ; \ . ■ ; ■ ] ■ 

4<Mws — tj. J.'Brcbiel, president, Crocker; 
Robert Chancn, secretary, Crocker. - 

Ankeney—%. A. j(Laniaspn,'president,An- 
keny* C. H. Gross, secretary, Ankeriey? 
! Cro:kcr: C wter-r-M. Sexauer, ( president, 
Ankeiiy; Ira T. Irvin, iecrfetary, I Ankeney. 

* Frdnklin-X Oliver ' O. jKeen, president, 
Crocker; Thtodpre Grasper, secretary, 
Polk City. " f Ml'.'* 

Nagle—rVJ shstet Naglej president, Say- ' 
lorville; H. M Harvey, secretary, Saylor- 

vine.'; - ■' ■'.) ■■ ■ .,', 

Scatter — . B. Wagier, president, Anjc- 
eney; jjficob Scalier, secretary,. Ankeney. 

Z/|//|»«- T Gecrge 'Marts, president, [Polk 
CMy\ IT. it. McBride, secretary," :?olk City. 

! li:e TOV UNSHIP. I I. 

Lower Agency — -J. L . Finch, presidents 
E De^ Mpijes; M. Wi Mark, secretary, 
E Des! Moines ' j 

N,o. /.— Q^g. B.'Cur-anj presiient, Des 
Moines; H. E. Martin, secretary, Des 
Moines, r 

Pleasant /^(^r - 
Youngstown; 
Youngstown^i ; 

S/i^la/i/ (I c\\i, Stor> 
Oscar lAhlbe •{:;, presidjnt, Shddahl; Pjiil. 
Berggi*en, secretary, Sheldahl. 



I. 



I | ! 

. p. j^atnock, president, 
Si iH: [Browne, Secretary, 

and Boone Co'sj)— t 



Hid 



OLN TOWNSHIP. 

oryi Qmv-rjam es Fleming, f^rep- 
dent, C^rocK5r; Jacob 'Abuhl, secretailv, 
Ankeney •J . ' , ■ j ; ' 

/^--r-Thpriiis j l^elsc n f , president, Shel- 
dahl; jAl F. Sirgent, secretariy, Skater. 

A^j'^'^-pEide Lars, president) Huxley; 



u 






en!, seci*etar]' 



Huxley. 




(troeker; ij 

.4 ^M . s 



![ie 



hrist 

) ■All^in|aintiJ| secre 



A Croibker. n • • . ' 



US MjilNES ok T I'l iMJORfi ^' 



ann, 



president^ 



1 ■ 



h^)mpsoii Ipiesiddnt 

&\\secreUru\\?yner 

I'lnsal' (Wfesident, 

bC^nnellk Secretary 

-ill cfrojSier. jj N • - ^M.* l^l U . A l[n - y 
^™p/}f<:iacol$a.da r, Ms'ic entlj [Crock 

!r ; e|r; John PUti, sectary ,|Crfol«r t | 

1 O n ion- bN.: Julian W^en* Slaterj; 

0wen NerM secr^N j^er. 



i/fcW/ lyvtf 



president 



Xev. 



.. j 



Jdhnson, 

; $Mt]et( ^^fe^l s 4 r W y i :S ^ 

luril'vidi^-- JoHri j SrW 3^, ; pre 
it)!; £ J I fright, j seire M Po 

,., jtopkim \ Grov/;--K.-; H J P* 

i'tehl,-: Madtidj'^ : flJaebderi 

|J)cs Moin#;';Tf Vt; £ 

irMoines, . , ,- -J ;■ J .. 

Afayftbhr- Geprg3 flftfj |presi]deri|t, Polk 
( ityi ;W^W.' ; AJdanls; 



1 



deat.woll: 

k;<; ; t y T r 

e, presi • 
se:ifetary 



Jpnes,, I' president 
hs 1 , secret? ry, Des 



> 



VI 



Bull: ngtpt ll secrutaryrji.' PjH: 

• ' ' i I : .| f ! >,'!'■ ! 

if us ! 



R lfus iij; iGall, president j Poll: 

"'Ifiilhijj Wetatyj Pejll; 



A>el 



He ;der 

5 A'i'LQ 



iCrf>i</rj 



ri 



ik I Des Nojtjes; IjD 
LJDes Molrie; 

(Jeiite^— A.. 
Highland Pa 
i'lftghiaAd p 

^Sayldhn'i 

tie; T.J 



1/ 



i 



le 



c > *• J I 
r a/tey-.\\ 

lei-J.^I, 

.e. ; j 

s Moipl 
rent. 



ilit>V 



Kltjction f 



e(|retaryL P(lk C^ty 
{den|t| 

Pbll: 

PdII 



:A, r oij ^.-jfLoiiis ..jsju^er ji president] PjII: 
C ityfPete < Vlessejsrri! 1 .'| secritaryf; 

•tjity,'. •■ I I !!' ' l K ■ - 1 
' l A r o. -jr.- -laj 1 R, iBlarJoll ipresf4e4t 
dt|y; Simpn) 

qily. ■ . 

(jity; (Mrs 

: fierce 
•Slieldahl; 
' Siiel)iahl7 
VhairteA- 
r?^;S ; P 



IBcnsbni l president 
wkloHTnam ^ipretary 

Brpj^e i | -preslder t J M|ad 
secretary, JMadi id. « 

TOIWNSHUP.i 

r ■ ri/euident 
piciks,, secretary 



P jJl|e!terson 



CdnibDel ,. 
Harris 



S. AZ/ebb, 
. Blepes:i,' 



■e 



es S<: 



piesident 
se'cretiiry 



jp^resji^nt, ' Sayjlor 

Sa) ldrv He 

!prJesicl<:iit, §ayjor 

spcre^y^ Sayjor^ 



i :|[ i 

nbaJtCT, 



State, : I ii ^(rici, ; Cou a'ty an( I 



ij piesidj^t 
secretary 



Town|t i jloffideb ( ^u|edda^ n< xt! aftei! 
,oiiday i nN< ►vernber of es ch y^ar 



tf 



II 



4 



55 



Btatv Officers. 

q? fawryrr.ftoriuje Bbies. , , 
/'jr tyvU Secretary { fo yovdrhor--. C. D.Harn 
tu\tffnknt Sovdrhor-f-Srti'j* Bestow. 
^r^i^V^^L-W. M, (McFarland. 
^^/y p^Wa^U/iJ/rt/^-C/.g, Burkit. 

i 7^^«;4r-^BWpii A.^Beeiori. '" '■ 
///i , ^^'{? < «^ri/-pjbhii G 1 Stone: 
Siipentyeni'enf. of Public ptstnktion—]. 

A&uldM-GfaeralytiyA.Qiflf. G\— George 

d^jumw/^Jr \?f\)Labor ^/j/iV/ijrjr— James 
^overciign. • j. ■ j. ', ■ '.[; 

tWrtft>^~:Mrs\ jMary H Mil er. 
Tn\ bettor of itfutnjnatiHg Cfits—* ]p "»«= t » 

yfa/tf /Ww/^p-Gdorge H. Rags^dale. ' 

ffj^.^ii»^j-|40tt!o Nelson. 

W'- l p/ f &tyfts emtMaifyrrsj-Vrof. L. 



fJii-Mor'W fcipa Weather^ Service — T. K 

Sifgpjl-;- ; f: j.' ' . ^ ■ I" . i 

f/'Vi^ ■■ > Cr»wwif«<w<?^Thomas J. Griggs. v 

j yeltfinary >\{trgedn— M. S alker. f 

Cu\'tvdian o/Pubifc Buildings and Prop- 

erl.yUW: L/Carperiter. j J 

Staic Bjdajrd of F ealt hw 

ident-Al, | Mj Reyiiolds M/D. ( Ap- 

loibfee 

li'loinBS. 

4jfji. I Secretary— -JL. T \n(3rews, Des 

|Mom6s.!r. ''•■'' 1 ' ( « i ■' 
1 Vi ^[,}Emm|ert, ^: D,, Atjar^ticf r 



1 "./Vfl* 

pa loose co'unlyl , ,, , 

)^etary^-].'\¥\ JKennedy ^. D., Des 



T 



•lenry-H. ,'Clark, M. Di lilciG^gor 
.v. MpBeyrolds, ' ^ A ° *" 

, ' pliiiC. Schrade., .... _., 
irnsderioJcBeckjer, M. ty.x+lertnc 

■jg Aj|GiJill)ert, Nj[, D v , |t)Mcji^ 



uiwn.i.vaarK, _ . 

M^Beyrjolds, |M. D^Centelrville. 

Iowa 
Qlerjnprit' 



■ . i. M ^eyrolds, M. D. Centerville. 
|;' otxi C. Schra'dei, M. D. f Iowa City. 



Di, pes MtiQes. 
cjiVi^ ei gineer, Dallas 



p. HJC4rte|r, M 

P^ptffllfif;* ! I',,;, ■.-■_■ 

. fnifi'jijit-liSt'ilker.i State! Vtjt.l surgeon, (ex- 

o^ id£p)fiAn^es , j 

'otnjfQi ; Si one,* | Attorney- General (ex- 
bf icio^jbesW dines i ! . t . i 

. Bb trk.i of flffdickl E^nm in er^ — ( Office 
Crpl ol| 4M)Reyn|olds ( ;M.O ;Centerville| 
prssiieiiti ij. F„ KfeWdy, MJ D\, secrel 

&y> '^•'■'•' il *'l -if I'M ■; '' 

Ctyrimissiontrs ofA P/iarrn\acj?--]ohn H. 
^licleti:, prei;ici^nt ! Oskklopsa; 5ue,l J. 
S[ au di og, {secretary, Dei l^Ibines; J. H. 
Hirrison.'-iDcyenport; j. 'Hi ^Mitchell, 
B op n field/ ' ' ' I " j" , ' i ' j ; ' j » 
Jocird of Dttttal ExaminevtrrV T. Ab- 
Dcjtt,] pi'esrdent, Maijchfjster;j Samuel A, „ 



^rb|e"r, secretary, jripton;| jk;£i Hugbj^ 



56 



DE8 MOINES! CITC DIRECT 



T'fBX 



"Tj 

surplus i $17, OM; A 

J. A. 'McKiiriey, 

James Cu. 

Painter, 

W :; 'R: 

Turner, / 
Citizens 
we<jt cor } 



Montfort, Fairfield; 



Des Moines; Sj B 
Emory L. Brooks, Vinton. 

''Stat? Mine Inspectors — First District, 
John Vomer, Cleveland. Second district, 
John W. Canty, Youngstown,; Third Dis- 
trict, Morgan G. Thomas, Muchinockl I'M. 
C. Bennett, secretary. ' 1 I 

Stat<> Agricultural Society—]. !m..| M c ~ 
Mullin, president, Opkaloosa ; J. AJ. Evan, s < 
vice president, West Liberty ; John R- 
Shaffer, secretary, Des Moines;] CJ$ \ B- 
Worthington, treasurer, Des Moines. i\ 

Stirh- llortic'ultutm Society — Eugene Se- 
cor, president, Forest City; A. F. Cole- 
man, vice president, Corning ; j G. ! B. 
Brjacket,' secretary, Denmark; ! Henry 
Strohm, treasurer, I<jnva City. ' 

State Hoard of Railroad Commissioners— 

Spencer Smith, 'Pottawattamie L county ; 

JohnjW. Luke, Franklin county ; Peter A. 

Dey, Johnson county ; W. W. Ai iswp-th, 

secretary, Polk couniy. ! ' 

i ' I I ' i 

' State Hoa.rd of 'Jiquttlization^-llotvcce 

Ikies, Governor; Wl McFarland, Secriia- 

ry of State: James A. Lyons, Audi! or; 

B. A. Beeson, Treasurer. 

KSYLOMS ANDHO^PI 
T3tLS. Ml ! \ 

! ' . | ■ ■ i 

' fohage Hospital^AViX Fourth sti 
Pes Moines Uomsjfor Drieu^les's Children 
— 201S High St. 'iMrs. A. Y: Rawson, 
president: Mrs. A. O. Reynolds, ^ice- 
president; Mrs'. J. B,| Olmsted sebret&ry ; 
Mrs. J. P. Bushnell, ! treasurer; Iflary B. 
Heatherington, matron. ] . I j ; 

Polk County Insane Asyfiem-r-l. ]'. A. 
Stevens, warden, east Des Moines, 

Poor Farm — Saylor township, W 
Zickefoose, .supeYinjtendent, v P. O. 
1047, Des Moines, i 
/ State Medical and Surgical Institute— 
200 E Eleventh st. W.F. Stoude, president; 
J. F. Fellows, vice-president and secretary; 
F. F. Fellows, treasurer. 

Tracy Home for Invalids — Ridge, north- 
east cor Fourth st. Mrs. A. B. Tracy, 
superintendent. 



H. 

box 



i r 



BSNKS. 



1 



Des Moines Cleanup House Association — 
,500 Walnut st. (Cjitizens National Ijank). 
W. D. Lucas, president; J. G. 'Rounds 
manager. ( * 

American Sa7'inw Bank — E iLocusr st, 
northeast cor Fifth st. Capital 



f 75, 000, 
surplus,, $15,000. iEj. S. Harter, president; 
R. L. Chase, caship. \ 

Capital City Sty&te Hank — % .{Locust; 



southwest cor Fifth* 



st. Capital 



$100,0' 



(Jo, 



pluh $20, ( 



/i Holland, 



president; 



^cashier . pirectors: 
lari^n, ]|^en,ry Wagner, "J. C. 
A. T. m\; Leatader Bolton- 
— J.fcs. Patten, M ,.-n 



4|pkeney, 
" fro land 

Vat i onal 
tfth it. * 

J- 



P. 



und: 



Des, Moines 



T. 



additidp 

opo: .[p. 

Casady 
Casady, 

Harbacb 
pie, B. F 
C.Prouy 

Grand -a 



ill labUity )1 



ave> north; west co 
S5(),000,|aik^p]ized 



cashier. I ;3ire:tors2 A. IF. Bejrtns, .Ed. 
jPer|n, A.J % St|e\^ari Jr.\ j WesJeyMuvenal, 



|j:- 'M.y.Me 



A.;'iG.'.Mi: 
Tiwombly, 



Bowmar 

A: Cheslin 

1 ■' I'll 

Iowa Lwj/ 



» surplus fc : l$,^-. 
de^it; C. 
rectors: 



13. TeaehoH' \H 



l Miti<hlli{ 
northest pdr Fourth 



a 



Caljanan, ~„ , ... 
H: )Yo\in|k(!'j Samue 
J/R. Rcllnis, ; 



!*< 



<$Ui 



j^lnut, south- 



Capital $100|,(k)0, sur 

m Merrill, president; 

snier.' Directors: J 

Cal|anan ; Ed ( Weight, . J: Q. Rounds, 

^Iernll||A. Lederer, 
Merrill. 



. H. 

Mrt, 



onal Bank— W^lni/t st, 
southeast (j()r Sjixth sjjvfe. Capital $300,000 
surplus i^.OOtj:' R 
dent; Vj F. ; Newe , 
F. M. Glib art, G. W 
leyl A.. iDicke^,* C 
Regur, C. HJfetcliill, J. 
Wellsla^er. , 
'lIQes"\ Moit^s ' St 
southeast dor Third 



T.j Wei slager 'presi 
cashier. | Directors: 
HippfeA, C A. b\id- 
B. Atikins, 'JW. S. 



I. Casaqy 
ash 



er. 



McDii'n^l 



errvhill, 
Jl.'C. Prdu 
Kauffmiii, 



t » 

■'tejiite Sa 



larkson, R. 



7n/tifs -Bank— ^-Walnut 
1 Capital, $^00,000, 



stock ; polders $300, 
,4 pi*esident;j \ Simqn 



Trusteed: 



M. 



, G. M.; yippee, 
Simon Casady, L. 
ty, i;d\vard. A. Te'm 



tan, 



a; 



vings 



BwkL-E 



Grand 

Filth j st. . Capital, 

capiM $250,Q()0.\ D. 

H. Kookerf president;! p^o: W.i Shope, 



Sjmon 



Casady, C. 



:*j Spc-tfe, ^Linford 



iFisher, D. H'. KboM, C. D. jCoddington 

i Ilomk Sawn v\ Batik— ESi^cth st, north 
east cor Lopusi st ^ " """" " A " 
plus $2, Mi ! V- P. 



Capi^ $50,000, sur- 
: r,vvombly, president; 

cashjier;. Directors: V. P. 

lelsoi 



Bowman, 



E. D. Hurte: 



sod, OH. 

''</■■ ' ■ 
v lay qua, 

noi thwest 

surplus |$1 

deiit; H 

tees: G 



r^cerick Field 



B 



, p. A. Lockwodd, H] 

lHanken,'. l M. T. V. 

Takrjor, S. B. Garton, T, 



IS 4 



E. C. FiikMae,? He^ry 



H. A 



Perkins, 

>di Savings Batik 
cor Fifti 1st. 



G. 



S. Marqaatdt, 
IV. Marqiar^lt, 



. El|ictt 



'Ba\ik 1 77/^i-Walnut, 

st.'"" Ca Dital $100,0(10, 

F.. Kiuffm^n, presi- 

"^ortfirington, cashier. . Di: 

t!\ Ktuffmarj] U: Tj. Vi 



E. Martindale, 



, S. A. Roberf- 



|G. W[ ^arquarcjt 

{The)— Locust, 

(fcapital ^50,000, 

W. ^jfa rquairdt'v pi*esi 

i:ashier.| Trus 

F, Wi. ,Hubbell, 

jvagier,: B. F, 



jKiuffmii 



\PcfpU'S 

Server,' 'W& IWar^ld. 



n, 



Simon Oasady 



Savins Mnk ofDes Moines 
^southeast i*pi Seventh it. j<ja;i 
XH), .auftprittfl capital, $200 < (MjK() 



ifctin ^ypjn. president; £. ft. Martjn;, 

")iqk 
arti i"J iTutt 



I * .Rein ungif K 




JG. 



ier. ipii}ect^rs: Aflam Diqkjjy, J 
,j Shenjjrfcaji, ^? Y. SJmthijMai inFjyn 



.'., 



iBeWWill, W. b 



(DBS 



■•I 
su| 



!F7 : 



erinteaient. 



r 



lb 



ttfjiil cod (Twenty- irst ty id: TOodlan i ave 
tjpip eqtr " ' ' ' " 



Went/, 



we 

i; 
I' 



Wei 



. H. Perries, C. C\Ljoomis.i j; 

sbuthweist cor Ijfth i . bj-gajiiz^d Mlty 
dapital flOOjOOJi. G(l6. G. Wright, pr^j 
dent; A. J. Zjwak cannier.; ' 
•A, AnkcnciV, Fiyettel l\fleek, ,L. Shew 
nrnn, G.3o|G. V^flght. Maftin p ynh, 



BtblN^JH 1 ^ ^IftB^TpEY. 



Cujrti^, ; Services 11 aj m.g Sabbath school ,10 
] 21c er L. T. Nicola. 



plage r, J.; \% 



Walnujt, iibrthw»Mt 
$;(>),(k)0, surplus 



Vifindsoi.i^. Tuttlej. 

\State .Savings fi(<mk\- 
cfer Fifh st, Capital 
$JVi,000. M. ( S trauss ] president!;, J.f \fl 

eneser, dlshier! ] Difectori: ij| H. |Vl<rt 
rill,. D. W. Sihouiie, M LlSbfauss, iFrandi 
Ceneser, J WfGeneseif, ty. PiTinufr.R 
q.jqrfeen, L. jjt Wells I. G Rounds.; 

Valley HaCu\nal Bthk— IJortlrvest i c>? 
jFJuurth a a id boArt av<j. I Ca pit.jl : i200;(MJ() 
J I J. Town pres dent; M. M. (ptojkshjank, 
cashier. | Director?, J [J. Towne, Wm. X 
Lucas, I .1/?. Heisen;|E]JRjCldp])| C.; Wt 
Merinig, S[ 3.Tut:le, A fWdllammur, J, -A 
Gilcrest, $.iAl Crawford, Ira Coot Chasi 
L " " ' W. W. Lyqi' J/ 1 ^/ J.: -^ 

fill ' 1 ' /|! "• ' '" 
! CEMETERIES. 

I, Mbrose—mxcthm Higlj 



tiorth of ^yoodlnnd cemet 
m, *M.F1 ivin, kuper^tenderit 
wnHqjraii, sexton. 



3ffice Jewish! Templi 



J#t r coil Eighth an$ feasant Isls., ,,-lM 
: tiegetm; n 1 , ; presidente '| Aj , Sheierrpaij' 
^dcretary ; Peter Lambert, superintendent; 
! { Qdd 'inflows—In Wcipdliind fee BQtervC 
jo|n FJ; gallon, Hebbr; Kleiner ;, HJ ij 
,*r((st, trtpees; Peiter, La nbbrt, ^upipnteM 

jj^W'-f^-West of Twenjt>J-firs .north 1 
f ^oo^jldavej: *$& ! .e^rance'l n(jrt^i| 



[arve 1 ^ Di 



iiitheaitj 



i 



cjm^t . 

k). ye-j' 

tofchargje; 



J 



<*■ i u ce|TWentv-first;ai|id, Center] ptiii 

$a ^sop3nfrora7a|m (Id Tp.pa.'Co'n mi|teci, 1 ' 
|Wajm/ ex-o.tf(c'i«|ii [Horace :G... Mi 

/T imber 



' J 



W} 



CHUR(f«Bl 






but 



'P-jtcr'L 



t be ; ' ODes Mb Ine^ 



1. 1 



1 



T 

$ s 



1 



m 



st 



I 



BAPTIST. 

Vi 7W/V/-M1 8 EfDes Moines st Ser vices 
t0 i. ih. arid 7t36]p. ni.; Salibath School a 
Rey. -r^-jLiridley. j 
iW/-j-L|ocjist, ! southeast cor Eighth 
$erMceslO;3p^ jm.Jand 7:U0 p, m.; [Sab 



bat i School 



ilcliool 



i ortheast cor Kinlh st. ! Services 



eve 



if si 

m.'; Sunday 
Thompson, . . 
A(tst s J)i's Al'ittt's — Ponnsylvanla ave, 
boast cor Mds Moines st. ^iorvices 
alid 7::M) p. m. Sabbath 
v. Ii. P. Jiartlett. j I 



Central 



ri mrj 7;.'{() n^ h 
j | n.-; .Key. If. O 



Uni 



■mh 



a. ra. 



2iiiJ 



a. .Ifil.i .1Q( 

uoll2ni. I u 



CI1 
C/iuitf'i 



57 



Rev, H. W. Tilden. 



orkst Ave tue\ - forest ave, southeast Cor 

venth st. Strvic(;s 1():!{0 a. m. and 

)p. m; Sabhathf School 1 2 in. Rev. 

plj A. Iflder, ' ( . 

■f (colored)4- 214 KSecond st. Services 

• ° : ^ J (JchooL 2 p. m. lijcv. J. 



KISTIAN. 



of Christ — Ploasant, 



3aMbai 
asi 



\\ School 2: 



^alpbath School 0;l. r ) 
Hr,eo<len. t 
hcsterfiild\ Chhn/Aof Christ— Ohoster- 
Sorvicei 'l6;.'«)Li. n^ find 7;3C) p. m.; 



0:30 a. 



Ji, bor Shaw st 



W p\ m. 



/>« Afoitits A fission — R' ' 



Sorviqcii 1():MU a. ni 
slntl|7::|() p. m.;;| Sabbath School 2Ml) p. m. 
|G. T.iBljick, 

ust * Side Church of Christ — Hast Twelfth 
hvr^st cor |Des Moinek st; sorvic is Ui.HO 
and 7:30 p. n- Sabbath' School at 12 
ReV. A. I. Hcbbs. l • 
diversity Phut' — Twenty-fifth, south- 
Icor Nqrth st; services 10:30ia. m. and 
p. m.'iSabba h Scbpol, 3 p. ni. Rev. 
[/iTodd. *' 

''J. -CONCUR] iGATION All 

•)rth J'arh-^Siiih ' ayei sputhwest cor 

ave; service; 10:30 a. m. and 7.30 p. 

fcabbath Sphoo 12 m. |Rev. I?. St. John. 

Igrim—r7 |i and 71 5 E 'JTweJ f th ; : >ervires 

) a. m. a(d7:iiQ.p. m; Sabbatfy School 

..'• Rev! (jlintw Douglas. | . 

/'/^rtttM^ Locust, northeast cor Seventh 

services 1(1:30 a. m'. and 7:30 p. m; Sab- 

Schpol 1? m, Rev. A- L. Frisbie. 

EVANGELICAL 



IN 



on :st 



"won(y- 



(i iem— 1317 E Gjrand ave; services 10:30 
a^d 7j30 p. m|' Sabbath jSchdpl 0:30 
Rev. j George Knucker. 
"Miiiiy— E Twe) :th, northwest ' corner 
Moines ^services 10:30 a.m. and 7:30 p. 
Sibbath gjchbollkt 9:30 a. m.; \ Rev. E. M 
I f McAllister. j ; P 5 



58 



DE8 aioilJES CITY DIRECTOR^, 



FIU^NDS. 

Grand Avenue J feeling — 827 E Grand ave 
services 10;30a. m. and|7:l>0p. m;SabLath 
"School 12 m. 

Afission—E Fourth southeast cor Allen st; 



services 10:30 a., m. 
' bath School 12 m. 



and 



:30 p. in; Sab- 



, HEBREW. 

B'nat Jeshurun Congregation — Services 
Saturday 10 a. rri. and |Fjric|ay 7;3J) p.^*ni; 

er. 

■/— 



Sabbath School a,;m. Riev.jldnatz Muel 
Congregation of the Children of lsrae 



(517 E Sixth st.. Serviced 



A a. 



AN. 

; services lb a.] m. 
m. 



five 



m. 



12; m. 

i 

north- 



Saturday 
and G p. m. Rev. Louis Sberefs^y. 

LUTHER 

German — 115 Locust 
and 7:30 p. m; Sabbath : ^chool 2. p 
Rev. A. J. Klind worth: 

Norwegian — GlOE^Des Moines sti Ser 

vices 10:110 a. m. and 7:30 p. ro; Shbliath 

^School 1 p. m. Rev. C). E. Bordahl 

'S St. John's-— Chestnut, norliiwestccr Sixth 

' ^-• : - ■• ''»••"» L„., -..,/ .J m; 

iiity.. 

ri Swedish — E Fifth, southeast or pes 

f vloines st. Services, 10J:30a. m. anil 7:30 

I>. m; Sabbath School 3:30 p. m. fijev. A. 

bahlberg. ' ! .. | ! ' 

Swedish— 723 E liightji. Services 1(1:30 

Xm. and 7: 15 p. m; Sunday Schoo 

.Key. Charles J. Nelson. 

. < Swedish i]fissiqn-±-Y\es Moines, 

(west cor E Second st. Services l():30j a. m. 

;.iud 7:30 p. m; Sabbath School 3 p. m\ i 

i ' METHODIST EPISCOPAL . 

h Asbury—E Sixteenth, cor Capital a.ve. 
[Services 10:30 'a. m. and 7:30 
Sabbath School 2:30 p. rn. . Rev. P. 
:Vedder. ' ' r ' 

\ Bums {Colored)—^ 8 Des Moines jst. \ 
iServices.il a. m. and 7:30 p. m; Sabbath' 
School 3'p. m. Rev. George Curry. 
. Mission— Lehman School j House, Thir- 
tieth st. Services 3. p. rri; Sabbath School 
2 p. m. ; [ 

First — Njinth, southwest cor Plenlsant^st. 
Services 10: 30 a. m. and 7: 30 p. m: Sab: 
bath school 12 m. Rev. 'j. L. Sooy. ]' " 

German— 210 Locust st. Services 1(11:30 
•a. m. and 7:30 p.m; Sabbath School* i)':30 
a. m. Rev. F. Lftzrodt. ' j 

.German Szoii) northeast cor E Seventh 
st. Services 11 a. m: and 7:30, p. ni; SJib-' 

bath School 2:30 p. m. Rev. \yilr 

helmi. { [ . \ 

Grace — Ninteenth, northeast cor Crocker 
st. Services 10:30 a. ra, and 7:30 p. m; 
Sabblth School 3 p.m. Rev. L. B. Wi 
ersham. 



p. . m; 
V.lD. 



'& 



i 



; Hill, Seryices 10:36 a: 



Jordan^y/ilnu 
m. anjd 7:3(1' p.;m. Rev. S. W. Laiiclc.]" , 

Norwegian- fyaitt'sfyr—'E Ninth, southwest 
cor ISpTaple st; I Services 1 10:30 a. nil and 
7.:M) p.ij m; Salj>batji School 12 m. I$v. fy 



Ericks6n. 

Oiil- Par 
Services, 11 ja. 

Prospect' Pa 
st. Services 



Sabbath School \i 



St. Paid 1 * 
southeast cjpr 



Euclid aye, cor Sixth, 
m; Sabbath Schoof 10 
/• — Eighth, cor Washington I 
10:30 ai m. and 7:30lt)Tlm; 



ive.i 
a m-.i 



m. Rev.H'. P. Diidjey. 

fl. Wi /i. C//«rr//-|sid6nd 

I Center st. Services 1 );3() 

a. m. ancl |7:$6 p. rri; Sabbath Scrj^cjl 3; 

p. m.L Revl C-/W. Newton, j 

Swedish— -Pennsylvania aye, ' .'scju'thjiast 



cor ( Maple stl Sjeryices 10J30a 
7:30 p. m.; [pabfyath School! 12 rri. 
Nelson 

Wesley — pes Moines,; cor 
st. Services 10:30 a. 
p ml Sabbajli Sdhool 3:30 
Fl. Seriseny. 



Wesley /I 
Seventh st 
School 0:30 a 
METI|0 

• First — ElFojurte 
Services 11 am, 
bath School 1 ) a 



/^«nV^/-f-ScottJ noytheastj coir e 

m; Saobath 
. BeeKs;! 



eryices 
Rev 



METHODIST (PRIMATIVEi 



Primative\ 



teenth. Servio 
m. ; Sabbath S 
Ham Cape. . 
Sevastopol- 
bath School 



1 



1ST PROTE3JANT; 
snth, southwest cor ily'pn 



1*0) 



:% 



First Wesijai 
Maple and Wclker sts 
,and 7:30 p. m.; 
Rev. E. R. Bold 

M0RMON 

Lattef Day Sai 
westdoj - e Sixteent 
and 7:30 p. m 

PR 



iti. anjc^ 
m. iRe 

t * i 



Up. 

. "H. 1 



and 7:30 
m. ^Rev. 



s. 



noirtheist cor 



hdbl 2:30 p. m. Rev 



Services 7:30 
>"a 



METHOjDISjT (WESjLjEYAN). 
E I Fou 



its- 



E Eleytnth 
- JJ ^;30 

V- 



' and 

r:ev. 



m. 



J- 



eh|es 



10:30 a. n. and 7:30, p 



p. m. 



ro. Rev/,\f/illiam (Jape. 

i 

Ut 



teenth, 
Ser^ice^j 11 a. m 
Sabbath Scliool ! 10!a. m. 



^ix- 



Wil- 



Sib- 



Des Moines horth- 
30 a., m.. 



ist. SeryiceslC 
Eider — pi ker. 

SBYTJERIAIK. 

': Reihanv •J//|j , /V>/-pEi Eigl 
cor, Allen. Stlrvictjs 10:30 a 
m; Sabbath Scluio,|0ra. m. 
White 

Calvary Mis.don 
coij Fiftn st. | Sabbath . Schoo' 

Central — Hifh, 
SdVvices 10:30 i 



Rev. 



th, norHieast 
m.;.7; ? ^0 p 



ye, n 



jtsrvices iiii.hi ;i. m. 
bc^th School 12 rn. 

SOh - • .'<\ - 4 4 

Clifton Heights — Bloom field tive. Ser- 
vices 10:30 a.Tm. abd 7:3Q p.Jm.: Sabbath 
School 3 p. ni. ! Rev. H.M. Robert^. ( ^ 



p. m. 



lorthea^t qor Eighth; st 



? 
Isaac 



Ortt west 



;ahd 7:3C* p. m'; (Sab- 
Rev!"Hd\v(ard Ai John- 



first - 



Seiv 
aljbath 




north 



Ivpnia 

a,o p 



Services 
J)ba'tbfSq|i 



Bartholj 
j/ijW'-E 
ceslOilJOa, 
cioollliJm. 



mm 



and 



r 



00 UyiQrdve ave\ Services J(|. ;[0 &j i 
iiffiif Mil in rri.t'Sabl 



.IStirricqs 

IbVhi sc 



p. rr 

LlYoung. 

4f/>4 Twelfth 
lO.fflil m 



ervic^ 
bath ScHolol' 12 



K 



12 



ri.ISBYTERI 
A»Jr/4-'<tlrand 'kve, 




nealr Sfdrt) 

Mim^y.: Sa 

fe -ywm: iM i pi ' 

(UNlTEDt). 
rtheast coi sev 



10:3 



M 

a. mui and- 7j:3()' pi nV. Sa 
l-twj.T.. MdCpnneUi 



1'12-n. Re 

hbol ^ :30 p|m 
enter, no! 
30 a. m 



$urth, tor I'idgej stj 

iv : 



; 0l 1 12 m. Re 
t!m Gool' 



md7:30|p.| nV. ;Sab J r 



juthea 

al. m.* 



it coi 
and 



Rev. A 1 ! 
'/V-H igh, 

k 10.30 u 

h, Schopl' I 



Willard fy I?at; 

PISGOPAI}. : il 

Des MoinesJ Sei 
.30] p. m.ifeibbljit 

lortheast c 



a. '(tti.1". 
p., m. 



Ninth] 



ndl 7.301 
Rev. J. 



F.pMAkr«CAt 

/l 



HpLtd 

th'^— E -'Wainnt ''st 

soullwe'si (Ojr Teeth stlil Serviced B, alnc 
ld;t i >.; Vesfers ftp! m..|$ty J. jF 



Nugent. 

SiUh aye 
3.;fO ''■>. m 

\V. " 



lit 



er 

■'A 



M 
Hi 



lev. 



psj- 



High 
Sei\vie es 8 afcdl 10v«j 
Vervj Rev. JMiCnael 
; — SecDna, southeast 

rtfices » lhd i0.3b a. 

I. Wini red Schmidt 

imTED BRfeWlREtt 

p\st \ j \j >kted i BVrthren 
Services 1| a 



tli 



[fl i st 

Sip 

w >tid 

ElcVehthit 



:ii; Sipbc 




School 
tfttifed 
Ser 
abbktlh sen 



m 
iRrdthrqi 



norlthej 
10* a 
Flajvi 



Crockt 
3 pi 



Cfhtrci 
nd 



ices\ji a|, ipi and 
61 . iOJa. -rti:-. fcev 



\fiitqriah 



VkL'ed XWh Co 
'frif'-vf lom 




5" 

tba 



southeast 
Leqn 



he Smtthei n Dte 
^tates is'divideq 



B0T0B1 



59 



to nipe^Judipial Circuits, ineac ibf w^jch 



('irquit Court | is 
4\i fiin each Circuit 
pnroved April 10th 
>wH "The Circuit 
be held by the 



held for each District 
The act ofj Congress, 
1801), provided as fol- 
Courts in each Circuit 
Justice of the! Supreme 
ttsMotted to, |he< Circuit, or by the Cir- 
Judge of ( the Circuit, bnby tl^e District 
;e o^ the Distric , siting alojne, or by 
Justice, ofj th*e •:Stipreme Court, and Cir- 
cuit Judge sitting ^together, tin which case 
the fustice of* the Supreme Court shall pre- 
ditfej, or ip the absenpe of either of then), 






ie 'other (who shall -ipr€?side) and the 



)i^t(ict Judge. 






le StUte of Iowa ^s divided into two Ju- 
1 Districts. ThefCourts for the southern 
n district coi rt room, U . 
overhment builqing,' at '.)es{ Moine»s, 
d Tuesday in May and third Tuesday 
\ober. At Council Bluffs] 'fourth Mon^ 
yiKyHrt M^n'ch and September. 1 At Keokuk, 
thirt Tuesday in January and Jtuje, , Bothi 
is|: icts pre attachedho the Eij;htji Judicial 
ire iit, >yhich comprises the states of 
Hesota, North anil South Dakota, Ne- 
•as1:a, Iowai Missom i, Colorallo, Arkansas 
ai i(1 Xartsas. ! ' ■ '.. | I 

! jii; tice payid J. Br ewer has been allotted 
tc-ltjfe- Eighth Judicial Circuit and Hon. 
Heniy C. l^aiqwell, ofArkansaJs, is Circuit 
ji dgo of said Circuit] The Courts for said 
Soikhlern. Pisrict arejdrganized|as follows; 

I l &! $. Circiiii. Coilrt — H6n. Tjavid , J. 
BTQ\ver, ■ Justice of thg, Supreme 
id act requiried tp attend one 



6) 



Court, ^s 
term at 
l l ei|lj Sh every j two yeaVs. PJfon.l Henry C. 
CrldUefL/. Cirpuit Judge; Hqnl John S. 
w QipJ son, District Jud j ;e ; Ed ward R. Mason , 
CI jrk!;, Lewis Miles} US. District Attorney; 
" Bi Miller, U. S. Marshal.' | : ' 

£. pisMc/£flurt\-Hon: Jo^in S.Wool- 

istrict Judge; 1 — —r^-., Register 

hkruptcyl Lewis .Milesj U. S; District 
o^neylpaViM B. Miller, U. ( S. Marshal; 
rd pj Ma^on, -Cmflt. ToWs of Court 
me, as U 1 . S. Cirejuit Court. ,( 
reiti^Coukt of '.the State of WW State 
fMus^— Giffojra S.'R6tiraaq v C^ibl! justice; 
Storm Lake; Cliarles y-.' Granger!,, Judge, 
\ykul|onj ! Josiab Giv(;r .Judge, D^s Moines; • 
JameS Hj Rot pock, Judge, Cedar Rapids;, 
ij. JG.ikinne, Judge, Toledo; Jobp G. Stone, 
ttprneyjGene:|Ll, Dp Moines;] Gilbert B. 
jayjClerjc of Supreme Court, pefelMoines; ' 
JhlrisllpphirT: Jones; Deputy '.Clark, Wash- 
Ppbnty;! Nathknier.B, i^iymond, 



,>A 



ter; pes 
Couttty 



■ - 1 



Moine4 

pistritt ,Cvurt (Ijth [judicial 
ow0 )7-Wm.' F. Conrjaai Calvin 
-^ ^Stephe^i FuBallieti, Jiidg— 



esiahd 



SiM ri< iiH, States Attorney i 



es; 



58 



JL 



DK8 MOINES ! CITY DIR 



ECTO 



FRIENDSj 

Grand Avenue Muting — Jp7 E Grand ave 

services 10;30 a. m. and: 7:80 p. m;Sabbatb 

School 12 m. • i | 

Mission — E Fourth southeast cor Allen st; 

, services 10:140 a. m., and 7:30 p. m; Sabf 

! batK School 12 m. 

HEBREW. 1 

B'nai Jeshurun Congregation — Services 
Saturday 10 a. m. and Friday 7;30 p. m; 
Sabbath School '.) a.m. Rev.Ignatz Muellerj' 

Congregation of the Children o'j •Israel- -j- 
(117 E Sixth st. "Services Saturday 8 a. m[ 
and p. m. Rev. Louis SherefsVy*' j 

I, LUTHERAN. | 

QB-man— 1 15 Locust st; services 10 a, in. 
and ]7:30 p. m; Sabbath Schools p. mj. 
Rev. vA. J. Klindwoirth. ' ; ■ . 

Norwegian — 010 E Des Moiiies st, , Se 
vices 10:30 a. m. ami 7:30 p. m; Sabbath 
; School 1 p. in. Rev. O. E. Bordahl 

St. John's-—- Chestnut. north\vest cor Sixth' 

' ave. .Services 10:110 a. m.i and 7:30 p. ni; 

? Sabbath School 12 m. Rev. t\ C. IIenryj. 

Swedish-^-]i Fifth, southeast 1 cor Dds 

Moines st. v Services, 10:3() a. m. and 7:30 

- p. m; Sabbath School ,3:^0 p. J m. Rev. A 1 

Dahlberg. , 

Swedish— 723 E Eighth, 
a. m. and 7:15 p. m; Suhc|ay School 12 ni 
Rev. Charles T. Nelson. "' \ 

Swedish Mission — Des iMoines, f north 
' w*est cor E Second st. Services 10:30 a. m 



Services 10:^0 



audi 7:30 p. m; Sabbath Sc 



METHODIST EPISCOPAL 



tfsbury — E Sixteenth, Cor 



loot 3 p.fm. 




piu 



Capitol aw 
7:30 ! p. In 
Rev. P. V. 



iine* 



coil Pleasant st. 
Sab- 



Services 10:3( 
Sabbath Schoo 
Vedder. , 

Burns (Colored) — 218 Des Moiines st. 
Services 11 a. jti. and 7:30 p.| m; Sabbath 
School 3 p. m. ! Rev. George [Curry. ; 

i Mission — Lehman School Jllouse, Thir- 
tieth st. Services 3 p. m; Sabbath! School 
2 p. m. 

First — Ninth, southwest 
Services 10: 30 a. m.'and 7: «J0 p^ rn: 
bath school 12 m. Rev. J. L. Sooy. || 

German— 219 Locust st., Services lOf^O 
a. m. and 7:30 p. m; SabBath School 0;30 
a. m. Rev. P. Litzrodt. J ' . j 

German— Scott, northeast dor E Seventh 
st. Services Ha. m. andi 7:^0 p. m; Sab- 
bath School 2:30 p. m, JRevj — Wil- 

helmi. • : \.j j i : j 

Grace — Ninteenth, northeast cor Crocker 
st.' ^rvices 10:30 a. m 
Sabbath School 3 p. m, 
ersham. 



east cor 
ll 7:,>t 
RevJL. B 



p. m; 
Widc- 



BY. 



/onion— Walnit I ill, Services 10:30 k: 
m." antl 7:.?0 p. m. Ifov. S. W. Lauck. \ 
. Av/'««7 . . 

>:30 a. m. amj 



m. 



Rev. 



30 p 
C. W 



'7:30 



2 m. 



m. 
Rev, C. 



p. ni. nc. ^. ,.. ~... ,, 

i'i!giafi-l)aiiishi-li Ninth, southwest 
cor Ma|pl<> st. Services 10:' k " ~ — ~" " 
7:30 p. ;m; Sabbath Sthool 
iKrickson. * J J 

Oak Park— Eucjid ave, bjo.r Sixth ave. 
Services 11 at m; Satbath'Sc 
-Prospect Park — Ei{[hdv, cor Washington! 
' *"-•*""- m. and 7:30 p. m; 
Sabbath School 12 jnl. Rev. H.;P. Dudley. 
St. hud's A. M. E. 67/«/v//--Second 
southeast cor Center st. " Services 10:]JO 
«-ir. m. and 7:30 p. m; Ipabbath School ; ll 

Newton! 



Swedish— -Pennsylvania . ave, southeast 
cor Mkple st. Services 10:30a. ml and 
p|. in.; j?abpath School 12 m. |Rey. , 



Services .11 a. rn. aid 7:30 



bath School [10 a ! . m 
MET^OdIsT 



Prima, 



Vt'tJL) 



teetlth. .Services 1 
ra.iSabbatli'Schbbl 
iiam Cape.i ' : . 1 1 
Sevastopol — Services 



'jjpol- 

bath School 10 a^ n 
j T^ETHODijST 

I First IVesleyi^ 



P- 
S, 



Rev. S- J 

(PftlMAt :VjeJ) 

ndrtheast cor Six 
):3d!a[^m:imd7:30|p. 



2:30 



Nqlsoi^ ,. 

Wesley — Des Moines, cor ^Eleventh' 
ejt.l Services 10::4),a. m. ! *md 7;!H) 
1^. m.; Sabbath ScUol .2:30 p. m. keV. J. 
I. 1 Senseny. , ! I 

lWes\ey /J//V.wV>«— Scott, northbast cor 
Siiventh st. j Seryices (J p. m; Sabbath 
School i):30 a. m{ ! . Rev. H. E. Bee^s; 

MEiTiODISTlpRbTESTANT; 
First — E Foutt|eenth,sl)Uth\Ves;tcoi|■ Lyop. 



m?: 



Sab- 
eddes. 



m. 



Rev. Wil 



7:30 p. m. l JSib 
Rev., Wi Ham (Jape 

(WESLEYAN). 

E I Fourteentn, 



P^laple 1 and Walker sts. i Services ill a. m 
and 7:30V m.;! Sabbatli Sch ; d)l lO'a. m. 



Rev. E;|R. Dodd J , 



MORMON. 

La tier Day • Saints — Pes Mo nes 
west cor e Sixteenth st. Services 10 



Services 1C :30 a.' In. 



a. m. 



Bak(;r 



and 7:30 p.l'm.j Elder 
. I. , ! PRESBYTERIAN. 

| l\ethany A/issil>h—E\ Eiglitlj, .n 

corj Allen. 

m.; Sabbath Scjliool 

i White.' , ; ,; : •', , 

Calvojy \ Mis si o)i—Gx\ ind ave , riorlh west 
cor JFiftlil st. ' ' Sabba^Hi School \ p.\ m. 

^CentAji— l|igh, north iast cor Eighth 



Services J10:3^>a rn. aril 7:30 p 
ll^ath School J3 ^n|; Revj. Howard 
'.'sbn.- 
! I Cti/ 



lif ton f/efghisl — Bloc.mfield 



yicieslO-.BOa. m 
| School: 3 p. (n 



■t 



bet 






norjth- 
130 a. k 



artheast 
7;3Q 
Rev. Isaac 




i|0p. ri.; Sabbith 



and 7 

Rev. iJC/M? Roberts 



ave. Ser 



st. 
Sjib- 
olin- 



■ 



Fin t 



IftMfahd A 
S j 'vices 0.30 a. jta 
Sabbat:, Schoii 12jfli. 
IT 'Six. 'f f-Twebty -foWth 
Cottajt brdve'iave. 
r ' ^'JO .■•p. J V:!' 



nd 

l/^jHiifiVM/^U-'Tw'erith st, nk£r 
Birvjic Ie; 10:30 a. j^ljirid 7.JiO jf^iri 
i$th] Wool 1$ mf 



kev.PV[;j. Ytjiing. 




vices 1( 'HO a, rri.j &n{ 
!^cho6l Jfm. Reyrj^ 
f <S7;, ?fc-Hg(ji 
Kites IDMi 



0.30 -H 
ugen 



?f 



"a pMlh $chcfol j^ ip|. 'm.*- key;, 
ilkiqft ' 

JROlVfANl CATHOLIC! 

C/ntWi of iL. Vi\\tition— EWalnht 
louthwlest edr wenih; sj.- Service;* 8L & ' 




•'■ ; V 

Firs? 
[aple Uti 



f/*™l 



qor. .Li 



& 



prm 



" pt III. , 



nti i YJiiU t 
f st,' por t ijWeB 

' )■«■ 



;./V^/W^Des Moines st, noiifflteasi' lc<i 
Penn!fVW«inia , avf Seiiyicei 10. m i 
m. fiifl7!»0,i > .: ( m.t| Sabbath, SUqol H pi 
|<ev:|:Mni. Bart^blrimewV , j, I 
. imhhhd Park— puclid aye f (for Iftiir 
ht. Slices 0.30 jLjta. and . .7.10 fi. Jrv 
3a'bbat:,Schoii 12jjn. >' , ,| i M J 



*T^ " 





st, jnoifcneas 
Seijviee|* 1()M 



.ervicfes 
bbath(Sclid»dl 



fa.; Vesp'ers 



Apibros 



I if... 



- r JtiL ' Very 
i.S'/.il/^'^Secbn^, 
erst :5jervides 8 jan 
m. rW: P;Win|re 



SeVvide|^an(fl0.3( 



lelyentla st 
m;\ Sippath 
Hicks. 



in 



Rev 1 . jWni.rWin^ 
IfjiESB^EEijIAN iyNlj^jkl|); 

' ;Gr arjd avej n pr thieast got ! Je^erjjiri 
' iL — u, 7iafli.iiJ &J- 

. %rtn, cor pi r dt;, 

Sabbakfi! (School 3;3( ;t| pi- /[J 1 ; | 

Sao u j/4rGeif ter, t ortheastcor Sixth $H|<H 
;ervio2JilO:30 a.m. and 7 30fp. VI Sab 
jath School "P m.j Rev.' ^illard; H. Pa 
terson ■)■.■•.' j ;l''L ; ' 'j " J ;'; |'i | , J ; 
I^OTESTAjSt EP^OjEjUj, 

eenth m{ southeast i 



\od : Shepher\i\-E Tlji i 
pv Dek Moines. - 'Se i 

u |7.3B]p:!,pj.v-^iiS ni 

lanjudd.!' 
npirtheastcoiflkin 
in. and 



a; ' 






3 !ji. m. 



UNIIEE 

\UniUd }l W& 
Seifvices j lil 



st, northeast 



¥,]■ 

hi 



ev 



a. 



Michae) Flavii 
southeast cbr C :ok$ 
10.30 a. ndijatdsj 
Schmidt. [ 

RE^HREN 

fhrm\ OmtrA 
a. i in! in(J V 
Bey."j.'%Sriolje\ 



Services 

sdhooi • : 



J 



m 



:; Siatjliath Sfchopl., 
S?\of$\ Uni 'ed [Brfyirfn .tf$;fy^&\ 



ttl a. m.tiid 
a. mx )\§x 



UN^4RIAN. 

tfnita Hah -7 "Fifteenth, 
flen'st. SeWic^s lO;^ 
Sabbahs'chooll^ m 

#y- : ( ■■[ I' .; 

COURTS. 



fj Unit ?, i s State r Cmr.tsi vfthe SoiMrn lJi\\ 
frict.oj .^7va-lVhn Uni ed Stoles is^ idt 



sdut ie|i 

a. j m. a|n 

JRey. LjeciJ 



.1 



1 



cc 

am 









|kiH:i(jw>BX.h 1 , 



in 
a 



ir 



,. , -\ Is held foHeach District 

jthin each Circuit. The.afctof Congress, 
abnroved April 10th, ItyJD.'drbvideflas folf 
lc iM ' |1 he Gjrcuit Courts (n each, Circuit 
si till >e jh ild b^fjie Justice of the ^uprem^ 
Co^i^ al|pltted to|i;he CircuiMorhy the Cir«^ 
ciit.J ldge pf the! Circuit, oir by the District 
Jidgt of jt^e ,E|i| ict, sitting lalpne, or by 
tlfe J^sticds of tM Supre,meCburt and Cir- 

tl 
siSdclBrJii 



P^f Jjfdfife sittin^itogether, 1 in Which case 

J#tc (! olthpiJiipreme (Court, shall pre- 

theabsjence of either ot them, 



by.th: ojh,er (wtto 
Di^tr. ot judge;! 

I Til; SMeof 
diciajl.pikri'cts. 

1 stript are iheld 



preside) and the 

a is divide i into two J li- 
fe Courts jfpjthe southern 
districtcbyrt room,* U. 
Government ?iifldirig, ,'ijat, pk Moines, 
'"""lay m May a^t'tlird Tuesday 
, ^tCclUcilBlufe;, (fourth Mon- 

dny in War^h s andj September J ! At Keokuk, 
Ith irc^ ' "pesday irj January atid Tune. Both 
"TJifstij . cts .'ire, attached to the Eighth Judicial 
Zt M i{ > fhi'ch ! comprises the states of 
Mlnmsota^, North and^Sbith Dakpta, Ne- ' 
bifasWri, Iowa, Missouri, Colpra id, Arkansas 



lartd Jvpnsas. J 
;Cf " 



q^ine 
Circuit 



-M- 



59 



udicia^l Circuits, jn Jeaqh of which 



shall 



» 1 



jusfffce David J, Prewerlhaji been allotted 

nil Eighth Judicial Circu t and Hon. 

:>C]j,C£%ell, of Ar|cans| 3 , is Circuit 

of! said pircuit. Tlhe dburts for sa?d ; 

srn pistricta: ^orgatli^d as follpws; 



S\ Circuit iCj«r/-frHori 



tct reqi 



"il "Sr T" -^-i r M t0 attyndjine term at 
p.ist .f.ntRve-rjr twojyjars. 1 Hpji Henry C. 
:;Well, Circuity Judges Hon'. John &. 



"David J. 



few]*;, Justice} 6i the Suprehe Court, "is 

ruj&Vjery t 

Woolson.hDis^rict Judge; Edward R.Mason', 
3leVk; Lejwis Miles, U.S. District Attorney ; 
foivifli B.tMiller, j: S. Marsha l. ; 

'U.p. wfyrict C\nrt— .Hon. j'c hn S. Woil- 
,601, pistricqudge; — . — - .r— fU, Register 
m Bankruptcy.* Levis Miles, W. S. Distr ct 
VttorkeyjTDaivid ti. Miller f uj!S: Marshll; 
dwird ft. Mason, Clerk: * Tej-msof Coirt 
h^ skme as l) f S- C rcuit fcourt.T J ■ 

SiMrcrie ! Court of the Stt\ lc of Iowa State '' 



amds Hi R,pth^ock, Ji)dge| Cpdar Rapids; 
• .Pt Kinne, Ju^ge, Toledd; J<?hn G. Stone, 
^tojneyrGeneral, Peg.Mdlnejs; Gilbert B. 
f alyL Cle^k of Suprebe Courtipes Moinfcs; . 
mriiktopher T.IJonesL Deputy fcierk, \Va; h- 
n;fdn County;!! Nahaniel B, Raymord, 
ioporterf Des Moinis. 1 • 1 
\lMk (funty Vifdift Courtdmh judicial 
district of Iowa)^W^i. F. jConrad, Calvin 
. 3 ; Holmes and f 



^dStephien F. ^Illett, Judges; 
Spurrier, Suites Attorjiey; C. L. 



60 



DBS M01NB8 HITY DIBfiOTO 



i i 



Doweli.Asst. States Attorney; Wm.ftfusson, 
Clerk; J. G. Jordan, ! jEd vvfird Hutt, Depu- 
ties; Walter Irish, Ci If. Irish and Fj.. C; 
Walralh, Reporters. 1 Terms for 18!)3 begin 
January 4th, April <jlh, September J 12th 
and November 14th. j , i\ J 

Municipal Cmirt— j$its daily in City flail, 
from a.m. to 12 m. £ad 3 to 5 p.m. Hon. 
Frank Eggleston, Jn^ge; Frank F. BlyleiV 
Clerk; Charles J. SlMsr, Bailiff. : 



EXPRE99 COMPANIES. 



i . 



Adams— Office 307 i" Fourth St., J..j£injf 
merman, superintendent, Chicago; T. il 
Clark Jr., agent. . J ' ; ! 'i 

American — Office ;2J > w Fourthst., L. 'A." 
Garner, superintends it; C. F. Demujth^ 
agent. • . | \\\ 

Pacific— 218 Fourjh st., E: L. Smith;' 
' agent. ' \ j ' i 

United States— -Office 210 Fourth St., 
W. H. Quick, superintendent; F. L. Srrtitl 
.agent.. i' ' ■ J ,f : 

IVells-Fargo— 210 ijburth st. A. Ancfrew? 
superintendent; C. Fj. Demuth, agent. ; 

FEDERJU, OFFICERS. 

" ■ jj | ' '. \ ' 

The Federal offices are ijdl located In the 

United States Govern'mentiBuilding, north 

east cor Court ave and Fifth st. ! 

Weather Bursa /<r— ^George M. Chappel, 
observer; J. R. Sa^e, director | Iowa 
weather service. 
. ; Customs — Officers not appointed at date 
of going to press. , ' *j ( 

internal Revenue — T. A.- Brewer and 
D.^Rowen, deputy collectors 



f: 



Pension Office — S 

E. Rogerson, special 
Land Office— n. 

F. Babcock, receiver 
Treasury Depart '?nent^-VX\ M. Stedmain 

agent, secret service division. I 



A. Marine, agrtnt; jl ( 
pension examiner 
R. Kuntz, rt>gist< 



FOREIGN CONSUJUS. ; 

Sweden- Norway— QR\zs Coi^rt Houses ,0. 
R. Wulfsberg,- consul. j ; 

I r' 

INCORPORATED CQMP2t$- 

.'ii 
j. ■ IES. 

Acme Coal Co.— 013 Wn,lnut st, ! Incor- 
porated 1880. jf: R. Nelspn, president; 
Samuel Glasgow,! secretary. . ' 

American Caacvi, Carriage audi fyrajft 
Ih>rse Registering t Association — 5l}l Mul- 
berry st. Capital, $12,000. Incorporated 
1802. W. T. Smith, president; |N. \ \\ 
Harri]5, secretary. J' 

; - Arctic Ice G>.^-410e Fifth st. Capitol 
$50,000. Incorporated 1801. J. 0.|Myeji{s, 
president; W. W. Wise, secretary. 




Avettu£ Investment Co. — 500 Wain it st 
president; L.'W. Goodi sec 



'I 



F. W. G$>bd, 

; r6ta, it- ' , 

Bates Addition 1 Improvement (70.1—315 

Fith st^Incoijiiorated 1890. Capital $55,000 

president; S. P. Kne aland,, 

t B. F. Holcomb, secretary,' 

N. E. Cofijjn, treasurer. '■■ ' 

B$ fiebirig~j I tttell Piano Co. — 2 low; i Loan 

and! Trust) Building. Incorporated 1800. 

Auth Wized c i jital filOO.OOO. Hug<>. Bfegie- 

bmg j president; O. p. Davison, secretary 



I and ireasuf ei . 
j Black Diayiotid 

Incorporatjedl 1890. 

dentt C R 'Bbardr 



ml Co.— 212 Sixrfh ave. 
Isaac Brandt, | presi- 
ian,, secretary. 



Bi'oamjieldfi Coal Aiming' Co. — 400 K Wal- 
nut !;t.' v Inccipdratid 1887. Capita $50/ 
000. John Wilson, president; A. f, Nel-j 
son secretary. 

Cc trip field l'o\il Mining Co 
st, Incorporated 18! 



Brill' and [Pipe 
ico ! rp6rited J$91. 



K 



212 
Capital 



secre- 



tin: Sixth I 
)2. Capital $10,(00. jj., 
G. [HfaskinsJ president"; Hmry F. Gar- 
ver, secretary!. J ! > j 

Cwipbell Aatihg Co.— 206 Fifth it.! In-! 
j corporate d 1891 , A. K. Campbell, r>resi-j 
den ; jC. '. s. < ijanjpb 2ll[ secretary 

ChpilaA djy Bri\k , ami 
Foi rth si i 

$301)00. |L )M.| Graham, president); J. B.J 
McGorrifik, secretary 

(mpilaf Citi OatWeaJ Co\—V. CoWtave 
corpeventh ;t. J P.pchister, president; J. W, 
Geneser, treasmer; ID. WHsenand 
tar^. I -, 

Capital G'.ty [fra/mng MillsL-Wl Coiirf 
avti Incorporated 1872, capital iaO.OOO 
F. |A. Per;val bresiden ; r JH^ iFi ! Pe^r 
civil,' secretary; Cf J. Mun link, manager. 

Capital C'ty Electric Ligli' Cf^pFifth 
st. Chart€r|e L 4 1870. dpi al jMOOO. 
Samuel T. JSbdjne, preside at; I W B; K^f- 
fei, secretaii-E. G. Pratt, manager.!. 

"apital CtylCas Light Ci .—208 ]«1fth si. 
Clartered 1870. Capital i 300, 000 Sani 
ue T.Botlicjbj president; "vV. B. 'Kelfe 
secretary;) I; Gj Pratt, marager. | 

Carman <$ 4 Schmitt Mann fat turit tg Co. 

101-100. 2nd pt Incorporated 1890 capita 

$5(0,000. Phillip Sjchtnitt, or^sident; B. S 



Hbnry, SectfM^ry. 

CastleCute C^^02" Miilbprry 
qcrporated te. Capital 1*25,000 
Dmce, president; C. B. W^ rner, s 

Central Ihan and Tlrust Co.—% 
stj Organized 18841 Capital ($200, 
Hatton, president 



A. L, Cumpbel 
tairy; D. ;Bj tyansl treasurer and manager. 

[Christy teal Alining ci-Rooml d Clalpp 
Block. Inccrppifahci 1886. Capital $50,0p0. 
J,M. CH^ns ty, president; d F. Hemenway, 
secretary. ; U , . ! i ; 



st) In'r 

• fc- Mr 
cr|etaryl v 

iFift " 

4 ThU 
seen 



Tbungei ipap BLfjck.'jfF W. J^kson, uiw 
il£nt;G f.^eWn^s^etarvj '-j [ •> ] 

(^ $2 Walnut 



it'll Ini : w porai ed | J 88' I | Th qs, 
Dfesideff; J. Cjfnqbif, sjecretaty 



Citizens 



-U 



Iviprovemety 



0.. Stoc 
tjiry/ 
' Davi 

i iv I . 

nut st. 



100 



ColtthiSui Maw , 

least st Incorpom M 1892. n Zkpita;.. p$ 
)[)&.''. K.J S.j 'Jprp&tifsk,- president 1 * 
C'h'avan i ^s, ftebretoi :W : . . ' „. K ' 1 j : ^ 

Co'nm-trfiA'l Woau Mssocia/ion—qQl 0tjh>s 
icorpcrated j W f j Coital $50,000 < 
\\1. Geiiesijr presueiit; $, I. Lee, s 

^ i!n J r ■ , " . 

: G>>/// '/fyi /tf/ tC<Wi * a t id, Trt st \\ Coi-v-zi^, 
ihftri st. U cbr^brit 2d 1 889, Ca pital $1, M- 
()00. i J M, |MiC*wljn». 'fcnssi ^tijt;' ] 
AJVodds, secretary a if ( I reasun 

(*ast co|Mr.f7t|i. ; i;b coirrifci^at ;d (18^ 

"' ih' president J.TO.'-Rttss, ; s|cr& 

to\Ld)ahW Chfile lri>.4-52t'||Va 
drganjM |1J8M: Capital %\ 
Lewjs Bcnooler,' jfresiqe^t,' v.. j|C 
sonj< ? se< : ;c \nxyjp .it' bavidsoti, lire? id|i ijje 

/Jblfljr 'Ihihp • W'rth n % machine i'o.y 
OH Xf»<:u t st7 Ih ;c itpolr; ded .lA Ge6j! / > 
ewett, ! jresfden't; ;[Cai Hal WW 



anag<n1;JJi G 
/>«■"" .Moines 
Irst $ 

33* \j 



G reen, 



secreta-yiM 

t! DelA r 0'nh;E( t 



ncorpor 
eorge 

'' Des\ W^tnes 



ifoung^rfnaji 



Wekk P.cirk %aii i V4 
Jlkk- U. TnLpa.Ei€r ( J[predideij|; 
V ann, " oe-^reiideiitt John S lerraan, 
:£Iary. [,[ ■' '' |f[ \ " " ! \A'\\ 




pa 



tori 



.'SI 



$t, |C. lULTOtrot 



41 reus,! sec 



tiM Vim. ]cakit| m, 

i|b/, -pr^siden( 






1 % 



fet 



iry. 



«M '.Mining &\~± 

em j, 



olirtds; treasurfef 

^rihd 1891. GajJital 
.■si)l 3, president; T 

".T 'i ■ 1"" r 

Melstor 'lVb*ks-± 
VinaTiandi Ifearke 

mo] F ! Cadita 



W.; :'G. 
ieqretar 

bjetWen 

* , ... .. „ 

q/Nickle, 1 resident; /., 



_^e. Iiteb|rporated ' ,18011'' 'Capital "$5C 
" m.KfiEdyVe, bfosdent' (j^t. Cbd 
n, sei?retary. v ' 



DenhlJEl, secretkf y 
/)^ iW^'mv I Buggy 
6rtfierst cor !, Sixth 

Z)^j \tlnnes. 
Sixfb a/^. Indor 
jffl0i| I : Hard, 
Morris, sdcretair^l 'I H 
J /)/r,l[pf««fZW^K! (Ttfl^l^dranld 
In co'rpa : a fed ; 1801 . j [. JCapit! i $|( 
Hi Hollp tx I.preM|e it ; Lsonidas H. Cjo^r^ 

Ut stJ :#ita|ji23(),p()0: / J.f P. p.. 
ifeside^tj ]ames|:A..j Golby, ise^re^arj) ^ 



-■■» 

■ ]■ Is 






C'tiejit- 



IKOTOKY. 



fll 



ipf-j Moites Fence £k-r4U2f3lCE Fprst 
Incbrrxrated 1801J papilal $10,(00. 
Mcl'arland, president; jfi. McOor- 
rfiiijc, secretary. .,! .' » 

J//-J Moit^s Loan ai*d Trust CV?. — 410 
J.o;astst. C rgant^ed 1 '1^85. Capital $2K),- 
001. E, ,S| W shard, president; J. B. 
ai.es;, secretary'. 1 .'" • '' '■ 

i ~)es Moi its he Co. j— 31 1 ; Fourth st. 
(orpprateli 1860, Capital , $00,000. 
cijace E. Teachout, p-esideriC; M. T V. 
Boiyrijan, \i|ce-p|esident; \ \yn|] G. Town, 
spcrei;ary aid treasurer, j, I j! 

Des Afoijtes Athnufacturing\anu Supply 
4V— 101-121 E Court we.J Incorporated 
1810. , N. Sj McDonnell president; G V. 
Wright, secptarj., ' j -.| t : \ 

Des Moines Mdrblf artit } Ma^L'h Co.- 701 
] .0 fust st. Incorrjok-ated 188^. C apital $ 18, - 
QOd. p-^- Graham, ! president; E 




(&^ l drum'i i^crjpiiar'y 

] es Moines Patetii Pr^mptin^and Mhnu- 
fMuritig. Cp.^tyi ?\m »sf NT P. Tur 
1131 L preside snt; O H. Hutfenlojlier, secre- 
irjy-; I. S.Polk, Jreasurer. I 

Xes'Mpfoes Piano Cok— 40J Hvalnul st. 

orpoijatcd 180^. Papitil $SO,poa' 

Ovaries ',l| Sweeney,' ])resid2nt; Ed\?ard 

ary and suterintenceit; 



«, j 



secre 



B. 






pres dent; 

f.'i'. 



I.. O. 



an< 



100,000. ] 1 C. Green, 
Careen, seii'etary, 

Des Moines Soap WoVksr— E 
hird sts. Lejinder .Holjloi 
tfi Mow !rs| secretary. ; 
Des *Mo\nes 'Street, .Kailww 
ifthj s^ti !: Worporatid 1891 
Resident] ^.|B.|HiprJee secretory 
|Z)f| Wyes Water WorJts\ \Co.— Ghind 



517 ^owa 



3iri cMJA;iJcy t < treasurer 

/>j Moines* Real Estite Co, 
Wan and.Tru* Buildi[ig. hcoriK>r)at«d 

)2j ^rital $25,000. f D. D. FI«n|ing. 
rjssidentVtf. E. Coffin, isecre ary 

Des Moines Jtiver Bodl Co.— Landing 

5t end Center st. Ir cor'pirated I8U| 

pital $K ,000. C. K. Mead, president 

es\MoiS\es S^aidhry C?.-f3w) Court av 

jbprpora^^ 1830) A. Hj ^jfabis, s^crt- 

^Jy add rranager. * ' 

Dfs , Mox nts Sariitariu n pi —320 Iowa 
j/ariran'djTrusft Btiilcing. Otgariited 
i )1. ! .Car. jtal $100,000, . Hmr/ Galley, 
»3sident; T. A.lHardinu, secretary; Geo. 
I Jewett^ treasurer. . ' - • 

Des Moii *s Scheie and 1 fanu ¥ ^acturiny Co. 
Srand pre, southeast cor Se»nd st. In- 
bdrporated ^890. CapitU $J(',000.. r A. h: 
Ei louse, president; J. Jjl.-St; John, s£cre- 
tfji'y. ' :. j : 

pet Moines Shoe Manufacturing Co. — 
3 Elm s . Infeorporatjd ;lo91. Capital 



Vine 

president, 

CV.-^Ol 
J. S. #olk, 



I . 



DE8 MOINES CITY DIRBCIQBY 



a vie. cor Fifth pt. F. M. Hubbell, • presi- 
dent; A. N. Danman, secretary. ! • 

Diamond Suspender Co. — Mulberry, north- 
east cor Sixth. Incorporated 1801. papi- 
tal $f>0,(K)0. N| \V. Munger, president; 
George A. Jewett, secretary. f -I. 
; [Dickey Automatic Car Coupler Co. -j — *109 
Fourth st. Incorporated 1891. Capital 
$:J,000,000. W. :w] Lyons, president; G. . 
\V. Dickey, secretary. , 

.Durango Steel ayid Iron Co. — HOT Iowa 
Iowa Loan and. Trust Building. Incorpor- 
ated 1800. Capidil $5,000,000. James 
Callanan, president George W. Bakeij, sec- 
retary. ■ i 

Vuiev Au to malic foil/ Coupler Co.— Incor- 
atj-d '1801. Capital $2,500,000. it. J. 
F.iirall, president; S. L Fuller, secretary. 

] Fngle Sanitary and- Creamatory Co. — \ 
2a I Sixth ave. Incorporated 1888. Capi- 
tal $100,000. JarAes Savery, president; 
J. A. Lawless, secretary; James Callanan, 
treasurer. ! 

Fureka Broom Hi Ider Co.—\\ 5 Court ave, 
Incorporated 1885). Capital $lf),000. ,43i(jm 
Cole, president; T. W\ , Henry, secretary. 

Fureka Fit el .Co.-— Oil Locust st. Inqor- 
potated 1801. Capital! $10,000. W.L- 
Btjcjwn, president; C. J. Carlson, secretary.' 

^Farquhar Heating Co.- — 217 Locust st. 
Incorporated 1801.' Capital $10(),000. 
F.j Farquhar, president; M. J. Farquhar, 
secretary; W. C. Edinger, manager. [ 

fyeeland-t f oomis Co.— 000 ' Walnut st. 
Infcprporatetj 1800. Capital $5100, 000. & 
Wl Loomis, ;president; Wl A. Morris; seer 
reljary and treasurer, i i ■ 

Fulton Fish Co.— Slit Walnut st! j In- ' 
corporate! t 1801. Capital $1,000. C. 
wfigner^ president; W. D. Wagner, secre- - 

taify. 

Getchel ; & Afar tin Lumber and Manufac- 
tuline; Co' — Eighth and Vine sts. Capita^, 
$100,000/ Incorporated 1800. C. H. 
Gtltchell, president; Jno. A. Getchell; sec>- 
retary. ', , 

\lillett Merchant Tailoring Co. — 500 
Lqcust st. Capital stock, $15,000. Incor- 
porated 1801. E. T. He'nslee, president; 
B.jT. Gillett, secretary. ' 

Globe Manufacturing Co. — 51.0 Iowa Loan 
ankl Trust Building. Capital stock, $50;- 
000. Incorporated ,1801. W. A. Park; 
president; L. A. Wilkinson, s^cfetary. j 

Governors Guards- — 311 First st. Incor- 
porated 1801. B. Fuller, president; 
Charles Mutcheler, secretary. " .■' I 

Globe Land Investment Co. — Capita , 
$1(X),000. Incorporated 1802. -C. H. 
Mudge, president; Henry Ditwiller, seen - 
tary. 

Grand I\irk Land Co.— 202 Fifth st; ! }kr 

: , ' : : I '! 



corporate* I 
dent; Tho 
Graphic 
Capital, 
.Chak Wr 
retaxy. 
t G'taran 



Capital, 
and 



G 
505 



ttman 
Locus 



or. 



IL 



$20 



st, 



treasi ret 



'\e Ab, tract ty.^J-Sj Fifth 
,000 David' HilUs, president 
tf Alex. Hastie, sectary. 

IT; ■ ' . T i ■ t i '" 

I\lec\ric Manufacturing Co.±- 



Guti^ian, s]e|crata 
tt&ris 



Incorporated 



J. S 
sefcrstary; 



Emerp, president; Hardy C 




C. Harris, treasurer 
Club-+ North side: Des 
Third a^nd Sixth sts. C 



ins, president; G. E. Converse, 



I 



ienr 

/ Gun 
v<jr bet 



(, Party Land (\o,—ZU 



'it 



A. 



) 



0,1 



W. iSecor, 
tary! 
. I/bme 
•Iowa Loan 
;rated l s 8i 
'Baker, s 
' " Wyde Pt 
and Trus 
Capital, % 
dent; T. 
rer. 

Iowa 
308 Fftti , 
$10,000; 00 
II. Flemi 
. Iowa'\Ci 
man Bloct 
A. Tacksor 
treasurer. 

Iowa De, 
Yofm _ 
iU $10,0 
dent; E 
Newell, 
man, S. F 
G. Gardne 

Iowa F, 
nut st 
John Cod 
Steere, 

Iowa Iiii 
st. 

Nelson 
secretary 
. lewis 
Organized 



Fifth st. 
Stules, president; W. j"vj/. Fink, 

Car] Coupler Co, -3271 E Fifth st 

Jncorporatd 180J. Capial, $30(,00(|; D. 

president; Wm. "Christy, secre 

dv^ngs J and Loan Association — 



1883JI F r <A. PercivAl, bresi 
Hat I en, j secretary, i 
Pub 1 1 s king Co. — 3 I f '. ^ocust st 
£10,00). ! Incorporated 1 1801. 
;ht, p esident; Jno. 3 w, feec- 



|St. Iticprporated l8fljl."Capi 
,W. SJwitmer, presid<jnt; H 



ftubyl 



•CH.—G18-022. Walnut 



ohta Wyman', 



Capital, 



tal 

J 
re.^surfer. 



MOp.O 



stl 
t(M); 



I^arris, 



11 arid Trust Buildingi Incorpb 
2. S, G. Lee, president; S.^ W 



1802 
ec rjeiarjy 



k i Investment Co. — Iowa j-oan 

Buildihg. QrganizeA 1888. 

()0 t 000. Henrj Galley, presi- 

rtirding, secritary and treasu 

'tilding and Loah Asstciqtion 
st Incorporated 1880. Capital 
Janjes, Wai, president: W 
', secretary. ' ^ ■' t ■ 
/ a x nd Land Co. — 300 pfounger- 
Johli Wymf n, presjiddnt; ] 
secretary; M. V. TV ^ovrnany 




Incorpor^ted 



Rcjal 



t hvl 



risi'tand Loan Co. t T// t ')-j^|l0-218 
lit Block. Orginited l$0(i Cap 



germ^n Block. Org; 

)(),(00.j John Wymarj, . jpresi 

C. i Spinney, secretary; V. F. 

titasurer. 1 Directors: Johr \ Wy- 

Prbuty,|Dr; E. C. Spjnrey,' J. 

r'land V. F. NewelL I 



|e 
%n\iity 



presi 



m 



dent 



^stnient 
1880. Capital, 



\\icHied\cal ~ dlleg\.— M %al- 

»rpor«^ted 1887 Capital *\ 5,000. 

, jdeap and t resident; N. B.- 

etaryt Bj BJRees, ; trer surer. 



Als tract Co.— 200 



Capital 
W. T. 



0.-31G Fifh.st. 
$150,00(.(ieprge 



$10,000. 
■Weber,* 



H 



pr^ji&ent; 



jlwa hen and: Mq -s htiffy.^l 3 Court 
a vLT-iW«Pa^i"«-l^pitiI,'l|8.(Kf). 
B H. M ;' 5aim:- P r 4ft P a |»! c - vQP to $|r, 
secretary f# tr^ajsur J - f 



/j 7f /Ja Z^« and Tfuit. v^— t-r '< r.t_*."'* "i, 
st a4cor^rdte^l8d' q.kpital,|^00,(Xb. 
ftota M. piensj ores diM;.l). F[. WiUcfr 
I s e n-etdry; w E.; Ooffi 1, t ^aaurer,' 
' ^ulAfrihineNoveliyfzkdP^assl^orl-s 

aln d t it: 1 ncoirawated 189C J Cay i; 
tal $10,0(X i ', S. IV. HeMrljng, piesiderit; 
C ■& 'Braiji^fi.- sje^retajrj aM treasurer. 



thn 4-MG 16 vajtoan Ibd Trtast I uildin?; 
i :c rpora qti 



J 

re 



•lAl t: IMI 
ary. j. 
7/.7£w l)ipiinti Tile 



ocr 

njfl 
ta^ 



,ewis, 



'M A, 



rtWei'st. ] p A. PercWfety preside. liji'A. Y 
<Rii\Jsori, ss ;retary aM treasurer; ■ I ■ . II 
/i)7c^ "..% v \n gs a]iul L\m \ \AssocU t 'viir-MS m 
Ycundermal Blcckl j] OrgajiiztJK. (188) 

crpftli, |||qo,op9. Jvnjj p, 4 n H e P e lr 



pr jsiflerif 



W. Ba*:r 



•pbrate' I 
wlL'ich. 
I 



IfcSS- 



n r 7]t 

corporate* 



W 



Marshall, 
ta 



ijesidtnjt; 



JcH^f '^li 



' : abti ;h; t P, secre%y . 






1891. 



pije^ident; Harry * West, 
Uije|;T.H i 1 "" " 

McFarLk 
cqrjforata .' 



P£& MOINEEi 



.1! 



Ce^api^.l-'Fifi 



$7, 



OOO.OC 



J., 



tW, 

W. Cmg, se: 

^ ,j-E Foikth, cbr 

vail ' """ ' 



dent; D, II. 

722Ldcusi !ik , 

$2)^000.: ; ' C rL R. ].athr6p, president'G 

Cc'iirt.avfi.'! Inc6rpora]t«idl 1891. ^api*^ 1 
* 1 vOOO \ t'. . F. Gani] j iresidtint ? t. 
H ii^ry, sq :i 4 ary 1 ind tr^a surer. : , 

tfrtitzer Vatyitge to. --Uisbuthvest , 
Fjiratand Market st. Hniiqrporart d 18! 
J. M lKrat;:er,f iiesidfiQt;v J: iR.TJ. pre< 
setpary; k-]-.. \U A' , ' I'* 

LicJity,, {htyr)itii)}Mm. tyjctilririg 



Incq^- 
E. 



Wl WOjpdwaifi 

. fmva Sktff \ C?.— !)03 'Wi|h;ut sit. 
pc rated -1 8 ; ( . Ga pit; il t |5,M).| . 
Pierce, pjejsileht: |VI r &., Page, Sccir^ta 

fov/ty ;r;wfi?«^'!(^!|-TW3 Wilnut.f . 
Infcprpora)e;ajl8Q0. ; Ol |j., .|Ho,nstoA i , 'p^efi,- 

Lyons, secret] try., f 

cycle i fannma ^fwgCo. , ( Vh , 
It corpp||t(^ 1892. C|pit^j 



V1C3- 



stcr;J5t!ar^ 



IBECTOBT 



1 



f bis'irer. j' p 

] iAflr///WWft*/i Ckhhual. Co.— 817JW Lo- 

^ 1st st. incQrioratM)l8i)2. Cajpital 15^, (XX). 

V\|(."H. ScribAer, ; pneiident;S. K, Nesbit, 

" -f ur — j n- 1- - — r - , »,. "se ir eitary^ '- .. J ,'[.'• 

f\m $2<), W f Ndr -j , m '^tHwqteYn Ubli ness '/>t$f(atiotf Co.~- 



tiverpo ri a na-'Des I\ioh\e^ Packing Co. t-t| 

M|a|ry; c<»r E, Eijghteenmjt. Ilficoi p arati :d ! 

Capjiiq fait', (XX). j \V. S. El ^yoirt l,'! 

1 tarry * West, pei iretary ai d tree s 1 ) 

| Windsor, miUterV, " ] « 

Giqii i 'Co. -ft iapp Blo< :k v la 
8901 Capital 155/000. 'ij.; Mo(t, 
Loc %OvQ% I pecrjetary. 



president* !A L.J We^st.i secm- 



r/pree 



pijesident; r ., . M 



rporateH fl800. Carii air $50,000. r A. 
ltjshall.i itesidea : t; ; '-WltrMaisl>a! l f s^< 

y and tie ikfeurei •.•;. \-\'\i\ / '■ '!% 



A. H. 
bcre 



{ Mason, ^pretdry,; G 



'Mon f/anll Laffte 1 \^oX^ Vine,' " south 
:of FiftlJ st.j W.E. Ma^bn, president 
Wetto;'G F/'Ma^bn; treas- 






6 



i 



Jackson 



T 

t-}:>7// i?;to jCif.UOii D M & .kjC Ry 
q Dps Moines.! Wm. Merrill, [presi 
B. IV [errill| secretary. ,j 
UV|f/<?^ JowcsPresdrvitia Co.-r-Overl'^i e? 

^hariibe 'lain, president; te.Ej.. :, lVliiler 
re!ary. : , l,'V\\-'}' M- ^ V ' . 4 
b'i 7^r 0, fcrJ/erifia trcaijhut Co.—iM 

i Loan {4r d ? Trust Cd Building.!! Ipcor 
it W 1891. Gapitjil S^OOO.; F. L. JMil- 

f resident; JW. C. Depew, v secretary, 
ijr rLintpE , Jtreasurer land rnanagerv 
\\ V 'Is Publi \hing Co. — J4O0 Cqur j ave . I q ■ 
Jcrateri Ifc.'cWajk $/J0 000. ^ F. M. 

s president; D.IR. M lis, seciret.iry. 
f/^fw^ Brom £oXk. \CSj-MQ ElLdcusl 
|1 n corpora, 1 edtelfl. Capital' $li. r ), 000. Al- 

<jre|fe, ri •esielent; (lie c . E.^Bldck; sec- 

ational ijnsfttufa (OpSunt <nire)-i-4Hi/ 
C h st |Iri(^rporited 1892.1 GaJpi^al $20,- 
CAJB shop, ^rliw'^ent; N:{W[Wood- 
■11 |ej jrfeta,ry.; | -| ; ',j/JV ;' ■;. 
a Homil R ijhuay, EteCtrica / Signal Co . ■— 
^irilith Jtl 1 Incorporated 1890, 'Capi 

|lJ,5ta;Q0C.; E. tJFairall, ^reti(lent;;D 
Pike/ secr£tary| -j ■ [\ ■ \ '. . ^ : 
<? r« ! Efiglc ')td\ LohnX'and i Tf\tst Co. — 'i\ '{ 

th $t., Incorporated 187(5. ' Gapitstl $750, ; 

kl D'j 0| ilshD^ugli, presiojenjt ; W- F. 

rtMtt, secretary in d treasuren ! ; 
<5 r/// Des AfoineL toaf\ antf ice JCV'J. — 1 151 2 

tih ave. Incqrjparated 1^9. j - Ca'pital 

(CO. iChrf'stpJjfcr )|enny, president; 

Willi am. Town, secretary-, 'ill 

hert/^/igr/aW t PM Co\~$M\ Younger- 
rnfcij [Block. W. !wi,(Dickins6ti ( president; 



sqc 



,«,■ 



12 ! ^Gri 
Ij 



d 
eed ( 



(ary;. John jSherrnari, ! 



secrkaryj, 
^'treaSiirfer';.' ■ ' I ' , '[ 
drthauestenl Susiendcr Co. 
,W. L. Brown president; 
tary; W 'A. ('tjpper, tre 

M Park Land Ico.-^M. 



'tbr, presi- 
IwiJi J. G. 

H'rf Locust 
.Trafnor, 
mter] t 



(Yqungerman 
Margin "Fl^nn, president; iHepry 
hrian> secretary :JW. W. fclnk, treasurer. 
Men-: Welch Printing Co. —51 3 Mulberry 
JJljicorpoK tei lp92. Capital ;$15,000. 
pisen,'pres[dtjnt; ]. H.IWelch^ secre- 

■''/'j .'."':•, : I h ■ j ' '■ V ; ' ' I ■ !<' 
wah PiiilfifM AssoaaHon±rJL\ Qrand 

i: •' l| I ' \\ ,'-.■ '! ■ :■ i ' ; : ' . 



t 



64 



DES M0INJE8 



o 



ITY PIREOT0KYJ 



ave, cor Sixteenth st: Organized jl$91 
S.'W. Baker, president; jay A. Dickey[ 
secretary; W. H.i Boyle, treasurer. 

Perpetual Watch Movement Co.- — 510 
Iowa Loan and Trust Building. Incor 
porated 1890.. Capital $1,000,000. E. C 
Uhl, president; ]| B. Henshaw^ secretary 
J. J. Town, treasurer; G. *E. Guinand 
manager. J i 

> Polk County Abstract Co.— 500 Walnu 
st. E. M. Cross, president; A. B. Cross 
'secretary. j 

Polk County Homestead and Trust \Co.~ 
207. Fourth st. Incorporated 18&3. Capi 
tal $250,000. George W: Ogilvie, rfresi* 
dent; F. B.* Howell,! secretary. . | v 

Polk County Loan\ fold Building Associa 
tion — 110 Iowa Loain, and Trust building 
Incorporated 1888.! Capital $i,00||,(X)0 
J. C, Cummins, president; W. C. Bollard, 
secretary. I 

Pratt Land and Investment Co.-— De 
Moines Union freight office. Organize 
1800. Capital $200,000. E. P. Pratt, 
president; L. M. . Martin, vice-president; 
Horace Seely, secretary. . 

Proctor Coal CV.-J-323 Third st. Incor- 
porated 1889. Capital $10,000. Daniel 
Proctor, president; prank Proctor, secre 
tary. 1 j 

Prouty- Bo7oler Si)ap 0.-1,05 Third st^ 
Incorporated 1889.; Capital j$25,00(). C.| 
C. Prouty, president; C. D. Prouty, pecre^ 
tary- and treasurer. f 

I Reese Co. {Gabriel) — Court ave, north wesjt 
cor E Third st. Incarporated 1888. Capi 
.kal $100,000. R. Gabriel, president; J 
Gabriel, secretary. | | ; 

Rice-Macy Piano §o. — 207 Iowa Lo? n and 
Trust Building. Incorporated 1&92. Capl- 
, tal l$100,000. J. q. Macy, president; C. 
I H. Sweeney, secretary. 

Robert Dempster Co. (7Vte)^4l\ Count 
ave. Incorporated 1888. Capital $25jr 
(XX). Robert Dempster, president; | John 
Verran, secretary. ; 

Rural Northwest O.— 120 Fourth st. In- 
corporated 1892. Capital $10; 000. T. J. 
Evans, president; F.j F. Pease, manager 
and secretary) . publishers The Rurdl 
Northwest. \ -. ,':'.. 

Savery House Hotel 'Co. — Northwest s cor 
Locust and Fourth sts. Organized 1#87. 
\V. W. Witmer, president; J/W. W tmei:, 
secretary; W. L. 3rown, treasure' and 
manager. < \ > i 

Scoville Plumbing Co. — 323 Locust st. 
Incorporated 1891. f Capital $2;j,000 W. 
P. Scoville, president; M. J. Scoville, sec- 
retary. ( j 

Security Loan\and Trust Co.— ^lBTFlfth 
st. Organized 18821 Capital paid $163,- 



(XO. 6e 



eoige 



Wright, president; ij). JG. 
secretary 1 ; S 1 . A. 'Mprrill, 



E Imundsop, . 
treasurer. 
' Sinclair Manufacturing '■ CV?.4— 125 
ilncorponied 1891. Capital- $2 
W. • ' H. Sinilai:,^ president) Ge< > 
Mjahona, secretary. 1 ■ ' ' , f 
Smith* s. \lns°ct\ Exterminator Co. 



Mulberry 



k 



Fifth 

>,(X)o. 
s. 



-505 
Organized 1892. hCipital 



treis- 



$5|0;000. Darwin Smith, | president ; 
Schuyler, Secretary; W. F. Stotts ' 

■"■K I '•: U ■■!■ * , 

Star { KWhic (\o. — Mar;quardt Block. 
Ircorporatd Vl892.j> Capital $3[(J00 j'c.. 
K Mead, j resident; J. AJ'Gblby, secretary. 

Star 'Emraviiiq (\o:— 410 Fourth st.. In- 
corporated \Wf Capital^ $10,P00. (1 W. 
Mnxort, piesicen; C. W. Stiles, .secretary 
ard treasurer. I ' \ \' j ;' ^ 

Stotts* Jnves'ment Co .-4505 Mulberry st. 9 
|ln corporal ad 1889. t Capital $25]f)00j X^f. 
;F. $totts, t resident; A. L. Campbell, vice 
prssidjmtj A. Schuyler, secretary; 

Thonp^o^itoiikon Elecific Lig/ft Co\ — 
20 * Fifth st. Charte'red 1855, ;,; Capital 
$5), 000. *>amuel T. BidineJ president; 
W ' B. Kjffer, secretary; E. G. Pratt,! 
nufnagert i; 

fanafactarihg Co. — lo^a Loan 

>. Building. ' Incorporated 

CaJpital $200,000. P. • •&. I 1 Bos- 



'Pibbles i 

! an ^ Trust Co 
,18)0 



ta 



■1 



iqufet, pnjsi^ent; Gecrge W. Baker, 
secretary. ! |. 

r Jkiot\ B aiding and Paving Association 

( T if)-— Roc |m 5 10 Youngdrman Blbck. Or- 

ga^ized . lijOOl ! Capiial $50,000: I. J. 

r, ! pre|id|e|nt; ! J. W.i Muffle p.s^ecre- 






dent; 
qrer 



J 



tyioh CVfl«/ ana 1 Mining Co. — 400 Seventh 
st. I[ R. F. Ypimg, president;' Frjink Adel- 
finijir, secretary; Edwarl A. Young, treas- 
urdi}.; | ''.''■ | K 

llnion tffet can tile Co. — 135 Second " st. 
Indorpo^atM j 1891. | C. W. pombac^, 
president; P. ;S. Holland, secretary. | 

[ University Club of] Dcs Moines— Incor- 
porated 'lSill. , Capital j tock 125,000. A. 
B. Cprnmii is, president; Leon;Brown, sec- 
retary.! : i. .; ij , t : j/ -•: ( ■ 

tfun Gin, \el Coal and 1\ fining Co, — Court 
avenue, northeast .cor First. Incorpor- 
a!te<5 \ 1890. : G. V^n Gihkel, president; 
G. C. Van Girikel.jsecret iry. 

J*e\'mo)it 'Syndicate — 5)5 Mulberry' st. 
InckporatM i 1888: Capita^ $100,000. 
Tlidmas Hitton, president; W; F. Stotts, 
secretary ; F. A. Perciva! , treasurer. 

VfT^r field. Lowell) Wa't C^i-HpoUrt aye, 
south west j cor j First, Ii l'corrjora 1 ted ,1889. 
Capital 1 120, 000. W. ,!:: WarfieJd/pre^i- 



\L Howejl, se:retary and treW 



I'h 



; >\{ j-int, rreiiqent; R , HALymak , se :r 

.! V •■ ■ • accent?- .', K.'.i ( ' 



tftn 
// 

:dti 



It H 

is-. 



(t 



't fcr 



;cr|j 



-UL! 



J! G. \Vocd^, .-jp^kderi; H 



ism 
rn .all 



he'rv 
:. ClcH 



nrak 



J, ,'M. -.[Chrikty, ' ;ij# 
:^on, secretary; $£.H. 



■wire 
ni J. 

•'clA, K. .._ 
..ifTrrvcllin 




ilnies 



■K : 



urer. i i 

cor' Walnut 
A: Bikll 



ijdehtV'P. 



JAw 



■S 



pi 

w.. 

h st. 
JO: _ 

Case, ^tcrjejt'sirfj',. '■ ■ *| 
-Mbbim [ Q.!i^.l4-^^«'.lnul J 

ted 1W- 1 i , qiipit|a;l«t ! p|:fcl S7;> 

Ha 



j/ZtrJ^v/M ;/ — j ift 
st/ fln'cbrpon.to 

Mentl'A/.T. Let 

'. ■ ' !' : 

v>14: Fifth 



(ted ISp. jCaipital S.^[ 

and Walnjitilstsj . IncDrpAratdj 
pital . do.Otfi'.j '; :A: JKeU^Jpjfas** 
Lee, secretariy. .," : ' .. : ' I' ./'■' ! I , 
• White {Jfwfct' \Oo.-r iladisctil 
S ©es JVIoines,. Ihcoiporat 
italJ/(OOiOiK|ij.$H..;Ga<ey I pfe 
ftHnspfli' secretary ' '' 

Incor^j-aijy.l )tj<> >f da J) 
Mrs. E, p|:nni3on/ pjesiqeiji 



southeast : 

KM. •• ■Wapiti 
Dresident; C 



southeast car Fifth st 
1 ' ' S3 < 01)0, Of 
\V. Darlita 



DE$ 



:non 



9 



■i 




Yo^ngeFrij^n j Blpck] 



l ■ -i -1 • 



Pi rectors 
M 




ijchell 



Directors: 



Ji 3(1. 
ijt -jlVeifraa, 
ion; Geo. 

C^msteaH 
Masonic A 
Tiple Establ 
resident;. Alf|, 



All 



yarn u m, 
lj£ Li Phase 

? e9 



7 .»v/; 



'• (secret? 



$sa\:i<iiiin 



E vt,i 
pre 



'Of' 



erson 



% ' j' ^' 'tt i • ii ■ 'i 
yed. G.'H&rri na i; 

Goqdpihn, INelscii 
rif WL :lh'ri.i,1.i't 




/('«/■ vfi'SO 

(shed 188'. I 
WingjLt 
jfeasuner. 



13. Aye 

linSasur.f 



^.'/.v.(jV».-i;lli(J;F|ourt: lst|itr. 



W.Lyotis, .^risident;'J 



id/ubi 
E 



Huntti 






'C 



,3'rtU'et 



■$Y- 



Clji 



Granj'.jr.jAl 



u; 



f? 



re 



In 

[j 



R. 



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I 




CfSlbrest, WJE'iCcinrad, \VJ iW, Lyons, |C. 

•■'.,' i ■ ■ ' 

•'lusuhnnce C<».-^-ij03Gpui}| ave. 

IHcbrpprated; 1881 [Capital |$:l()(),li)t)(); sur- 

'hi$yV);mi.2Q.; -jj.GLKoutylsJ Resident; 

S/Clar^jiecreta[ry and|'n]iahagi|r; J. H. 

MCerril Jrea[iurer. (Directors: ,: J. G PRourtds, 

m, TI-K, Bates ,i J. H. ' Mer- 

1 Jj-.^S.qifrk/F.IS. 'Fraqkflr, J.jS. Tarn, 

. C;arr, 9. Merrilj, A.I Lecieirer. 

b ideUty jl/j //«r// /f ^'; v .>/ s: va'tthon . - -Room s 

.ViOfv'lbiva 'liban s.nd'iTrmt Build- 

,' : Incorporated r^87;,c.'lpita1 $H5|) f 0:i."). ?<i; 

>jff )1uh, mutual. 1i).l.):FlemiiiK,'pn!si(li-nt; 

G : . Lee,;srcretarv; "A.HolIatid, tlteasurer; 



n . counselor. B(iriict<)ij(s: 'D^-D. 

Hjemitig -hr, Jno.|' Cooper, S. Ci.Lee, O. A: 

iW A.. Holland! N. E. CojflM. P' 1 > 

I'uryltye /nsti>;<ui\t-<' Co.— 2yi~W Fourth 

. Injcj) rpoi a(e,d lfe"). ' Capiltalj ^lOU.niM); 

! .i| 'plus, $2i7 ([ i)!)3.' j A. Howehl, ; pi esident ; 

"'.JD.ISkiiir er, secretary., Directors: A. 

j)V".i'-W I ' &• Skinner, jas'. |Ca|lahnh, W. 

'lole,;- rli.ll'j Qallanani Q. M/.Hifcpee. K. 



( ie^t, secretary; V*fm. p.ijuc^^s, |:easurdr 
Directors : Wm!ii.arrabed, iW t). Lucas, A 
IMtahd/J. A. Tl Hull! bebi Lendrum, 
■ L: : :Read,;f. jlT, Can]pbe!l. JlK/Gil 



IRKC 



KCT( 



'6es. 



. Lee, sc 
:, ICJoffih 



G. Hah)ft4 



ed .11881. 



Go 



.i. 



inline. 

7j«».7 /'i|fc» /tifjirdnw (%■— Office Jljuildiiu,'. 

: uVth Str^ee :. : Incorporated -ISpj*. 'Capital,' 

Ap(p. d V rank Campbel 1;' j president ; 

is, NlMiUtr. SBTe'itary, jrld, G. Haskins, 

alsurer.,],; [Directors j" IMinl< Ci|n1pbell, 



M. 
er, 



W 



'alljbr, R. Ay; |jCar«juis. 
Wraj. Atchison! RbiK Shal- 



L i' 



,!.]..' J. :^t3adn\anj- Aibdpt^lieal: 
r|ocjk, Geo.'|Fairburh. . j • 
iUrt/umts a\id; Baykciu MiYh\ii/ /'ir, 



A, ft 



hi- 



<\ncz CV.- -Masonic Temple, '. |\Va|nut 
fkth^e'st '*---• ~ l '■-''■ ■ 



]cor, Seventh st.i jncorpo- 
, Capital,' S'HM ),'()(*). |t\V. K 



nsuiier. 
rchard,; 
Conkigny 

dihves'.H. ^ 

itu(i\ Ill's ill 



ifofporatc^ 
iS^l,*,'!) 

M.iBlac 



qrest, president; II. H. Ki'rktiarj), secre- 
y;;,H.^ Ej SwaflorJ, super^ir tenident of 
iencies, j Directors W. Ki.Gilcrest. A 
Kirkhdm M. H., Kirkh^m, :J. iD. jCar- 

^hterJH|.'. t j Swaffdrcl. O. f . St«j\yart; 

MiIl\OwiA"\s hlutuai Firs [jjiut rant e Co 
.^ooijis'^ ;i l-'2, Masonijc/TeltTiple. Wal 
ii :lsouth"ive it cor Seven th'st, i; Iijico operated 
.Slt'i.rq-incorporated I88JJ, Capital (mutual) 
. . Hi C. Vlu^hynpre^ntyji. 

Shjarp.j s^retary ; C. B. AV art dngfon, 
i rectors; J. G. Sh arji j '%. T. . 
D. :§t. John, ji |ll- Jortes,. E, 
W: I'L. { Illirigs\vcrth, ..Abper 
M.urphy, Jas.'fl?a,'g;rt. 

aiicc 0\'r->l\M'flW Fdurth st. 
Ii8|r>. Chpital.siJ^uno. Sur- 
.0. :0.j 13. Ayets, president;" 
,' secretary. Dirpmorsi/R. T. 



66 



DESJM0INE8 CITY DIRECTORY. 



Wellslager, John Voorhees, Sn. T. Guern- 
sey, 0. B. Ayers, B. F. Kauftman, H. A. 
Elliptt, J. H. Windsor, E. ii. Clapp, T. S. 
Cathcart. : | 

"v , LIFE; 1 



Association — Walnut, 
Incorporated, 



Dts '-. Mottle's Lift 
southeast cor Seventh st. 
1885. L. S. Coffin, president; L. C. Raw- 
son, secretary; J. G. Rounds, treasurer; C. 
E. Rawson, general manager. Directors: 
L. &. 1 Coffin, G. L. Dobson, , Wm. Foster, 
J. G. Rounds, W. W. Fink, O. P. Wright, 
C. E. Rawson, T, M. Langah, L. C. Raw- 
son. , r i 

St. Stephen Brotherhood ( The)— 21."> Sixtfi ' 
ave. Incorporated 18$i). Geo. Millet, 1 !, 
president; R. G. Scott, treasurer; J. l\: ! 
Snoke, secretary. DrectorsJ Geo. Millef, ' 
B. F. W. Cozier, R. G. Scott, J. II. Sndke 

j Odd Fellows Annuity Association — Room:? 
411-412, Iowa Loan , and Trust Buildinjg. 
Incorporated 18!K). jWm. Musson, presi- 
dent; Chas. H. Baker, secretary and mana-- 
gejr; Francis. Genesor, treasurer. Direc- 
tors: l \Vm. Musson, jj. T. CJenevay, Chas. 
H. Bajjer, Francis Geneser, J. P. Br'ubakei;. 
"■'\Tne\Biinkers Life Association — Northwest 
cor'' 'jJtocust and Fifth 
rated -A8Tit. E. A. Temple 



sts. Incorpo- 
president; A. 



C. Sti|^on, secretary;; Lyman Cook; treasu- 
rer.. : directors: E.-. A. Temple, Q. B. 

. Ayer^'lLyman Cook, P. M. Casady, J. W. 

• MdDjJi^, Geo. Glick, Simon Casady; A. C. 
Stilscitf. . . - j ' ' 

. A\jvty {.'nion Mutual Life Insurance Co — 

<Nortbiyest cor Walnut and Fifth sts. In- 

* corpo* ited. 188(5. Frank 1). ackson, presi- 
dent |idney A. Foster, secetary: G. B. 
Pray, treasurer. Directors: Frank D. 
Jackson, J. S. Morgan, S. A; Foster, G. B. 

' PrayVp T. Priestley, N. M.' Hubbard, Jr., 
J.R. ft'ime, AG. Plumb, S.A. Robertson, 
C. D. ijioardman. ; • 

The^quitable Life Insurance Co — Room 
200 Yj ungerman -Block. Incorporated 
lHOT, IF. M. Hubbell, [president; J. C. 
Cumm'ns, secretary; R. T. Wellslager, 
treasutir.. Trustees: Hoyt Sfierman, Robt. 
Fuller^ in, C. Youngerman, F. C. Hubbell, 

■ JiC. Ctmmins, EM. Hubbe 1, R. T. Well- 
slager, jpyrus Kirk, B. F. Kauftman, I. T. 
Martjiri' 

LIVE STOCK. 

( Ftu'tt^r's Mutual Ljre Stock Co— Insur- 
ance Association, HTF-Youngbrman Block. 
0r$ani v ed 18J)L^ S. W. Johnson, presi- 
dent; C j F. Ha'den, secretary; R. P. Mor- 
dem tr( isurer. • j 

1 f.aith t'j Mutual Insurance — 715) Wal- 
i nut'st. (Incorporated 18jl. C. D. Rein- 
. kin!f, : p esident; \l. A. Pilmer, secretary. 



I Xorthwest >ril Lh 



ng 
B. 

fecret 



Office Buildi 
tal jslJ.KI.UOq, 

Ad^' Field, s 
urer. Directors 
Field, Simo^i 



r pes Moitu 
cdr'. Fourth 
volumes. 
H. Gatch, p 



e Stick I 11 hit 
I icorporaled 
Kiufiman, 
; Simon Casji 
|B. Y\ Kauffrr 
Casady, I A. jSjalker 



ary 



C. A, DudLjy, treasurer; Boarl 
Dean, F. D. 
Gatch and (JJ 



MEDICKL 2tND£>EtNTaL, SO 



Wain* it st. Ivleeljs firfet Mc 



Des Moin 
—505 

month. D. 
dent; Ge 

Polk Co 
Hale M. D 
. D., secretary 
month at C 

The St 1 
'was selectee 
nual meetin 
City, presic: 
L. Schooler, 
lident, Dr. / 
tary, Dr. C 
tant secre 
lington; tre 
Rapids. 

' Low a Stat 
Walnut st 
ton; J. ,J. ( 
Bi T. GaddJ 



CIETIiES 



is Homeopathic Medi 



o^ge Roy a 



t'ttty ill epical Societ) 
president; Edj E' 



oiin 



r/t 



t 



tai y 



MED 

Low a ColL 



Hussey 
A. Dudley 



st. 
W, 



qnce fo 
k cam 



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Dresi 
My 
n, B. 




tf ra l 
McLoifeJ) 

; D r Hxi^ey, 
I Wnvtyall 



D 



Sckinson 
I Mj D. 



Me its first 



trexs-t 
R. 



de it} 



Slofthwsst 

/e. ?,( 00 

librarian; C. 

secretary; 

j.h: 

Jr., C.Jl. 



M. 



secre tary. 



urlin'glon 
next an- 



M. Hoblv, of lojva 
vice preei 



ident!, : Il)r. 



vice pr ss 



ty C^urt House 

ILedi al Society — . 3 
as place of holding 

Dr: C 
(int; first 

Des Moines; second 
L. \Vright, ofCanoll; secre- 
S. Chase, of 'Waterjlop; .assjjis 

Dr. Mary B. Tut( 
; ijsurer, jDr. jSkiqiner, 

ILed^co I Si 'ciety—^ 
Byers, president, N^ 
illespife, sejCretaryi ^ — ~ 
treasu 



\F.clecftic i 

H. V-. 



■ge of ■>' 



til 'Sih 



act 



ty 
nday ea.ch 



D. 



pre 



-W. i'IW 



Dorr ; 



si- 



Tuesday fea 



ch: 



e, 01. Bur 
bf Cec 



rer, Mi,t:Helville. 

' ■ F ' ■ ■ , ! 
tC2tL GOLUECiES. 



Vtvsicitins. and. Stir get 
T^edical Hbepartrfient, Drake Universi 
fmter, |A. M., LLl 
^ Schoplerj M. D., D 



M., M D.L Ph. G 



; 



G. T. Car] 
cellor; Lewi 
Benson, A. 
of Faculty.! 
Iowa Feu 
nut stj H.V 

Gadd, M. D , treasurer;! %. D. 
D., recording secretary;' J. J. 
corresponding secretaryi 



7/V M\ { iiciil CoUege±-~m\V)\- 
Byers, M.'jp., presi( ent; B. [T. 



02 
w- 
Scrantbn; 



iifiri; O. 
Secretary 



■Viley, 

Gillesi 



ar 



its'. 

i 

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an- 
D. 



e, 



VETERINARY. 

Lowa I 'eteYiiKirv ! College— H 1 3 (firand a^e. 
A college jfoir .* instructing stude its ipithe 
practice of '/eterinary Medicline apdj Sur- 
gexy, togetr| ;r wlith Hygierie^Bnedingjaid 
general fnlarigement cf! the'! domestic^ kmi- 



t- 



J 



rirfcBJcent;!# iy. Loom! *, M. 
rV; J. A:'qa^feellt>p i ;f S.,| 



mi 



st. ; (Organized k 1 80S. .£e x ; : H -J-Elc wis I el -Grand ave,cor Sixtti'st. 



Trti 



rusteelsi 



ffyibii'r 



ijlent; t) 



Hri 



. 1 

! I. 



.DES 



Ml 

oh 



IP} f-:S., 
?. Shoehr 



M4I 



,' , f t|re asurer 



I$u.;sey| 



sor 



Fill 

E 

tre; 



il.lon, 

Li 



HaMieii, 

s: liv 



trei^utfer. I); 
GeVJ 4 Cartel- 

lb 



\al[£^ate^ 

i mi 



T. 

'5herrn|in, 
usurer J 



A 



mc JA (j). KD., Dtis Mginfes;J 

colli ^ Inkp'ttpi-Setieral) 1 1 AJ 

Via -I mall; Cornraif&ar.y-Gqn 



Mu 



.p.iifai 



m 






f; George' 



\d 



F* Brow 



E. To it 



end, j Hen -y Ric | 
,. C. Cumrrjirts. ;. 
Bro\vrie,'» Frederic 



ie^ se£ 

)ijrectpr|s' 

i 



filler, H. J E 

E. H. Hunk 
sard: j 

Vteets foljl 

Cumrriiihi, pij& 



[Blifs; |Fre 
■iflatine 



eoretafyVJ-i 
O. Green 



, .S7/>r/ p yyv(//ar&\. 
jLVal-ke'r*,.!])-esidjjp 



(pii 
Secretary, F. 



il^RK 



[\: H 
w. B. 



A 



attJfGenerar, ......„, „. 

enifcral j Irjspec tc r- JsMll At 

f^ity;|J f .fl"JL|n^n f Cl 
fit 



njeejrjs dnd- [Sigrjh, 



i.^ 



i Goverii'or,'L"' i ^nd OciimmatH,! 



Qt reene, Adi 



Ljttle. Snr 

ijaqiies, 

ijtiim'wa; C 



MiUtafy 



■rpwifj 



T 



ir, 



IW. c& 

O.hM 



1 1 



vid 






:an,t;C -en ■:;• 



JudgMA 



:jLcer,^;A 
eciretary,'; 

■ : . i . .- S 

lIONAL'' G 



[• El 



■uAhi' 



A r . y &. 



it I Colonel', Sher/anclqa 
nn;,j .iLieutc rmrit-GoIpnel 
Gb^oper, viajbri i3es'ift 
:sl|>Isjor;--fe^d! Ual;; 
T,Gre^iie J ! l ' 

;aiii 



ef pii"];jn;gi- 



pes] ilpi^ 



e vore, |S< c 3tid jlieuten 



. Jlllysi <n, 
Lieut* na 



ffi<je Building, ,' | 1 

H v £.][ ScoHUe/ pirs't 
Wbi^hm'gton, Se:in | Lieutena it/|-/ii 
Hansen's Hall, y it Ri|;thi'ahd Lccust j> 

; • ii •■: ,1:1 ! ;.,...] i'-.Jj 



1 ior^e * ' \ Ree<;l. I Firs) 



.'d 

.Ht 



■hiwtoi'iui Mysiuiaiioii fo\- the Axivame- 
m%tt W J/fewlw/— Mrb. ; J. G. Berr-yhlU, 



scToiy. 



67' 



;ijL|aNEOu4 CLl/BS 

LNb SoblETIES. 



i? 



r)h:kidem;^ Mkf L- B. A-b|lil|, secretary; 
Miss Rachaelj Clarke, treasurer*, • 

i)<r?\isyi J)h>//(<'/'/ii>tu/, Wo. 



f re^idrint; .lit. ]> 



Mr ' ; S ( tapp, . trti 



/^-pMee'ts first 
sini^- tljir^j I'lhufsday in feailt'm^nth in Hall, . 

Neilken, 



N, ! S. 



31ocli: 1 
Casady,, 



lai- f 



.icjiw 

thinls 



re of ill,:' 
;st C(ir 



'Rtriihaa; prdsi 

relairty.' ' 

~S'mv< lion 




Hall;| BJ Lo 
prdside^t; O't 



:pson, secretary. 

Hffincs. /)•'(/;/<'//, LV"<>. J/ 77 (Irish Na- 
it onal, League)-— Meets first hnd .third Sun- 
ay j ir e..4ch month, in hall 'over 5^'jj Wal- 
Jutj'st Mi '4iUl)Vir. : , presjdent; J. C. 

jP'PpnneiT, secietary.: . i \ ■ *• ,l. j' 

^.lA^iH/^-hlriGifind av v ej <)j-- 

kni'zed JH.i").{ Capital i'-S^UMik'. ,]. T. 

ftrifife y, M.V1j>|., ipresjdent; fc. II. Parsons. 

s id. •etary ; ,G| L. \jcCrd'CKen , Itreasuret. I)i - 

ic.qp: A. W Wright, !\V. E* Cleis, E. 

XJ. [Pratt. L ' ; ', : - ' 

'jfys A/tines- Cyclhii} \t '//^^*)UU l Fifth st. 

\ymLHanbacf< president; Clinton'Clark, 

:|{-pfesit|ent;j Alvalt Creen, secretary; F. 



isurer 



"riving Iff^r/'i — 2U0 .Yojmger- 
. M-. Hubbell, prudent; 
treasurelr; j, -N. Neiman. 



m.lli 
1 Sin ori 
stci etary' 

6,'ly/h/t \\'/'itr;irrs ' A\^'d^tt<'ji~r Tairner 
Eigjith st, between Mulberry and 
■j sts: 1 ;. ^ eets iifsti' Friday \n\ each 
, ]np. • r Iason,; president; Augi Con- 
i ; cr.etary. ' ■ ■ '■. \ ; • . r ' ' 

xia //(/_' 1/7;/. . ( 7«/'n-Niorth qfi Des 
> river, b^tweeft- Third st and jSi^th 
C. .0.1 Perkins, ijresident; 0. E 
ijsej sdcrtlary; A. jC. Miller,: jreas- 



^^;.7/v/^ lVr'r/V/j'-^-«i():| e Tweljfth st. 

roy T. Nitola, secretary. ' ,, 
blifa-W/n/'A '1 )\tr<t-lin<* Men's -Association 
^|ir)T6ung|rriacBlocik!* W. F. Mitchell; 
Ipreij'knt; 'JAjM-i Christy,, vice-president; " 
Wi E. r Haley.i jsebretary <antl treasurer. 

4f/J i/wk///-' (77/r)J^0():} Walnut st 



B\\|aiqjJ. Ho iston, president and man- 
WpV-rn. Stj).t:s, vice-president; David B. 
rcras,' secretary.' 



'inn-til Tj/i i'sf ,-yli Walnut st, 

Tentl^ st. .Meets first and 

indaV Ir Oacli 1 monthl- Rev. J. H. 

sec- 



cent; Robert Bretnan, 



my 



Bhrracks< 



ay Dri if , captain, 
d ill fuil volenti So 



vofent \Sa(h*ly t J7'M-4^eets 



<■()!) Locust 



s/i lu 

TUesd^jr each| month 



: list I st. ; Emi| 
,0; Nelson, sec re 



in ; Skaindia 
Sederstrknjl, 
aljy. ; ' 



6S 



K 



PES imiNESJ 



CITV ,plRE(j 



: .S'ih{dis/i P. Co no mi sal Society, Skandia\~ 
Meeti,' first Monday each month in Skand'ta 
FfalLjE Locust st. , A. Barquist, president; 
Yf Wj Barquist, secretary. . 

■\S\0'\i!.<h Mutual Co.- — Meets in Skaiuya 
Hall ut call of president. Alfred fHplCU', 
president; ('has. Kyderi, secretary. W 

'Cujjct't-rsi/v Club of Ih-s JA-///.-J-— p-lHi Wal- 
nut s'\. A, H. Cummins, president* \Vipj|- 
Wilc^ixen, secretary; rfelson Royal, treas- 
urer. f{ ' '•' " 
, Yoifu^ Men's Christian Association— 
Gran'*' ave, northwest cor Fourth st. Ip. 
IF. V.Mtter, president; Paul Hutchinson, 
Vice-President: Edward W. Peck, geneijjd 
secrefjiry; H.I A. Harris, treasurer; Direc- 
tors: 'Wm. Aitchison, jr.. P.P. Gillett, l)f. 
H. Srlith, C. R. Chase, H. C. Harris, W. 
W, Ainsworth, W. W, Williams, ' C. E. 
Campbell, Woods Hutchinson} M. (>. 
OpenMrrom !) a. m. to 10 p. m. ' Gosrpl 
meeting Sunday 4 p. m. 

GRifND JtRIVIY OF THE RE» 
■ )' '' PUBLIC. |! 

. Dsfnrtmsnt of lo:oa — W'l Iowa Loan arid 
Trusts Building. Meets annually in MaV. 
Date ''to ! be selected. J. J. Steadrmjn, 
commander, Pes Moines; M. L. Leonard, 
A. AjC, Pes Moines; R. L. Chase, A. D. 

M., l ' ■] ' |T. 

C>',c/' I ';' Post' Xo. i>— Southeast cor Lb- 

cusf'nfod" Seventh sts. Meets first and third 

; Triurftlay each month. M. L. Leonard, 

comn'^nder; T. B. Robinson, adjutant. ; 

Cr}\ksr A'c/isf Corps. Xo. 2?- -Southwest' 
cof v.i'Vocust and Seventh sts. Meets first 
and tijird Thursday evenings each month. 
Mrs. |U. Scanlon, president; S. P. Walker, 
secretary. 

: '(i'i)\yman Post Xo. y~~~K Locust, cor Sev- 
er ih sit. Meets second and tfourth Saturday 
e\eniri r s each month. A. S. Carper, com 
mand«r;;T. J. Doane, .adjutant 

A'i>$»iun A's/iof 'Corps 
first aj.hd third Saturdav e\ 
month! Mrs. M. M. Philli 

Linl { s s of the (r. A. A' 



\'<<. 24— Meets 
enings in each 
ps, president. 

Mary Logan Cir- 
cle, '^eets alternate Tuesday evenings of 
each if ,:mth. Mrs. M. C. Staves, president; 
Mrs. I'.'ju.' Moore-, secretan 

Ltl!li::'« .■!/',! Sosistv Xo. 2, 

Burns! de Camp Xo. '21. S 
second aijd fourth Tuesday < 
'month. Miss Minnie Clai 
Miss Grace Mack 



— Auxilliarjy to 

of V. Meets 

venini's of each 

lfitt^ president; 



me (. la 1.1 tut 
secretary, . : 

S<ftis)i>f I 's/sr,iiis : ~ Burn-ade Camp ' No 



iv evenings in 



2|. Meets alternate Tin- 

each mouth. J. (Vven Snjith, captain; 

Harlan Bennett, first serpen uf 



POL! 




ION! 



CflNfZH 



repub;lican. 



Poll; {guilty v^t'p lift Haw Csntral Cam- 



tin ttss. — I 'eadqua^ters| Grant Club room 
over f>l ij Walnut St.— -R. If. Rehkopf, chair- 
man;^ sJ|W. Baker, Secretary; W. H: 
Bailey, treasurer.} -.Executive committee — 
B. F JNJehkopf,: S. AV.' Baker, W. K. 
Bailey, Bruce E, |Jonfes, J. W. Brown. 

Towmhjp Conunitt^s — Austin H. E,vam;, 
Avon; Dr. G. B. Hibbji, MitchellviLle ; 
TrumaiV, Jones, Des Moiijes; J. J. Scovijlle!, 
Runnells; B. E. H. WQodraw; Altoonc.; 
Webster Nagle, Saylorv.irle; jj M. Chaffee,' 
Berwick" J. D. Hartsock, Berwick. 

First WardXfA. ii Frost, J. C. McLe- 

land, Wi 1 D. Hanamitt. ( [ ' j 

■ '' Secom 'Ward— -JR. B. Biennis, J.A.BrewevI 

piird [Fard—\V. H. S. Mathews, W. H[ 

Bailey, J. W, Stiles.'. ' j . 1 1 . 

FourfM Ward— Bruce E. Jones, j.iW!*-!.| 

Brown, ipharles'E. Campbell. ! j j 

Fift/iJCard—iV. T: Shaver, C, M.'Ayles} I 

worth, S.; W. leaker. ' " I • 

.. Sixt]i\Wari\-^]. P. ! Hutchihs, B. If. 

"^ehkoplj, A* Si Carper. 

' Ssvtvhli iraiu/S. '" 



Curran.j.T. J. Do'afle, 

v I [ '• . ,~% C [ . 



Laselle, 'Maxwell; 
bell; F;!i A. T 
G 



pm 



rimes. 



hos 

M, 



Cur 



T. White, George P» 
Ed. Grimes. 
V'o7i''^'/iip'Ci>/t\Mi/tts — J. S. Snowbergen 
Elkhart^ A. J. Ricks, Rising Sun; G. W 
Matterijj Santiago;" 1}. F. Burity, Bpndur 
jtnt; Fnjncis Whitehouse," Grimes; | 
4rvin, Ahkeney. 
. /•/////:' '|lW-rW. T. S, haver, G 
Ayleswontli, S. W. Baker. 

Sixth Hliard—]. ,P, Hutchins, B. If. 
Rehkooh.'A. S. Carper. 
I .SV:v)//jU/f</nf-S. T. White, G. P 
ran, T. j! Doanij, Ed, Grimes, 

'J'oioiifyiip\ Ci}j/iniit/ss — Johi McLaih, • 
Polk Cit|y.; 'Lev^j Cfyi Saylorv lie; j'. W 

J. II. Werver.lCamp- 
inson, 13. 13. Grpver, 

I / { ! .■ 

CLUBS-. 1 ! 



Crant, CV///'-r-Ro6ms over oil Wal- 
f uitst. j Meet on call of the- president. ; C. 
j !I. Gatch, president; Cj' F. Sayloj:, secr^- 

! :ir )'- 1: . • 1 ' '! ,., [ 

I /.iiiayti C////'4-Meets at call ! of president 

I in Wagoner's Hill.'e. Locust ! s,t, njprtheast 

; (for Sixth st. \\. F. ; Rehkoplj, pijesideijit: 

Charles Brown, secretary.' 

I Vounir Msn's A\-pt\Hit 

11*" ' 

first Monday evening, in 



Grant Club room. John 
president; M. M. Lewis, 



I'stonm V'ipp' 
6i each, month 



ranoi! — M< 

at Grant Club 

! 

i 



in '7.7 lh— Meets 
eacli month at 
S. MciQuiston, . 
secretary|. j i 

ets fjrst lllpnday 
rpoms. D. 



ceit; 



Oemv 



J(fadqu(ar(ei$ iljlaWeHI 'Chit? Ropms 



W. B.| 
rd, tteafeure 



SJJ 

u 



Icnry ;'<e: 
Con C 



1.5, 



3. 



iLejvjej'L -•■-• nr— 7rr-ii' =— t — — 

it. Mee c, V)es Mbinjeij;' J. J3, Puckst, jKtiiv 

/; 'fno. Shappop, iBeTwicf*; Frjipjk 



j 



cuit st, 

;!. .Ryd^ri, 
r& ary 



'<?/' 



ant i^br^ 

A.' 'if :1*r. T>, 



j: 



j 



Mitchi r; Jos. 



El char 
0a vlL 
Mcines 

fifth 

(1.1D. 

Sixth 
0. Ho 

Jont Wfn 



i c< 




j* 



: FoPrth a 1 id 



'<( 



W 



iden 



I3ES MblN 



jy^Reeler, 



^MOGRATI(| 



ltcojia ■ , 

Gjj Btjnhetjt] 

I/ 



f'H 



vrV-r— James' jBi ice, 



Nat. 



1 



Vajn :Dfkc!,:.lb 



3oridurant; 



7t'/i ;/ii 



Pbter 
Lc\vry». 
[va:d, R 
oamasop 



>V. ' B. 

secretar 
■i Scond, 
f Locus 



v. m 

ylofyille; 



/: 



Cjrosb 

i : I 



hctvihh 




— Mee:s 




WrrJ.: y\| Ateri^ofl, Maxjwel 
l'p[ AvSumn 

CL 

Rooms 
Monday 



■ : ■ 
Gadady, R 



Hkene 

taft.E 

/'///';v| l^ar^.^-lcL^pxy.', IR^igle 
Keemet, J ip* Lewijj./i 

Eioback 
'biumiftiu! 
McSleary 



>« 



'j'0 



P. |'N^wmq|n; 

: "v. 



president; 

■<&]— JM$ets jp, Skandia 
■",Wh 
Apfon 



sis, 

Caii 

■ r 

bw — Meet: ; 



HjMi,''3ti>-| 
"fc'fcaWi 



Mile's k. B$I1, prqs)- 
;ec retary: 



nt\;\il Com )nit 



6arrfetu chairjmtip; 



sec'iretiicy-; : Ji.d. 
:<qcutiv3;| Gojitii 
an, t;*I'. Seilars, as. 
bri^n, Jnp. Eiyin jr 
CoMiMttieV-Jri.'j&vx Ro 
Patteftsoji, iM'jtche vil^ 

2t, • R 



sec 



cLt 



H.i A, Dcubleday, 
iSaij ag3; I. j E;i 

|B:J- C4le;k^ Dps 

tWer) Crojpker. , I ■'- 

met^i 



^yp^-FiG 
G 



lar 



lmiei 



Golem in. 
'pr's^th I- ivi. \Mal 
B.fPariipt 
E Rjinke tib&rgery 



tiseij, ,kP9lk C ty; 



iM! 



lyt 
-,Iaxv 
arj|. Gi*im|es 

3.j|. 
1 tbuh'h 



ip^ineac)jimonti 
-prp^^iiC; "tij /R|. jpiies 



■Olseh, pfeiidept; M: 

:ynisc|]S:tr.u^jriifeic>"u 



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>Sy J ; A >///> rose" Pa\-o\h. ai Y School si- Si jcfljj. 
"e, ;hoit :he ast 1 dor Gijarillalvej ! Condi^: 
/i the $'st(ir;s ; c|f Chafri(yJ jgistdr f^iniiliL; 



r 



art 

its! 



■'^ 



j5 uper loress; 
dent. '".} 
St',-Joiep/k 



Mary Micrael.NSuperioresi 
Mavf \ Jhjochiat Arhoofr— ^outh 
econd ard Crocker sts., (tondu 



ijt.j Qonduc 
Sister 

dor ' Sjecond 

I y the Sisters kfett^Francis, 

achmldtj fcu^epint indent. 

St,>I\fich<h'l $ it Jchiai-Stlwiil* 
dor fe^entlVaid e Coiirt 



dpcte| bjyj the ^isjers of I £hai|it)}' R 



|^. Ntgen^. sii^eriHt^ndenti 
13 L:iciit. 



iIREOTOR- 



r: 



louth 



side Qrand 
edib 



Rev. 



s Act 






H.Jr3Jtca 



Moiiii? Phi 






M. tFlavin, 



Superinten- 
(ferny y~oY '■ Vaunt? Ladies 



a^/e, near Twe 
the Sifters ol 



69 



y-eighth 
Chari y, 



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west 
(tonducted 
Rdv. P. W. 

Northwest 

Coni- 

ev. Jl 



H: S en|grue^ij princJnal. 



sdeliETi 



, Sihoot- 



ES. 

1 1 



} ha\-immit\ Sou eh— Callaj:' 



VT. Kell'er[ pies) dent; Wi 
iry ■ Prof M. L Bartlett. 



j ap Colljege 
K^-BL.r^rett, sjapret^ry 

cirecjdr. 

'■' ,: ' iLic.DtTiONS.; 



Aciountmui ylfw YMonthly) 
Lfccuit dt.- Established IHDOj'j 
qap, editor jind manager; f)6 cents 



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h^an^eri $1 3er.)ear. 

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E, AyresJ, Ar;cro.-Chris:yj !H. L. Johnson j 
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Wafdj Chas, \y. Terree, ;R„ A. \Vilburri, 
Ai Sj'Gi tiertj ^V. ;H. Hanan, Evan Reesi 
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^KJAT^S ^ PO STAGE ON FlRSTrC|.AJS MAT- 

; 0.1 1« ; jrs, ' >ealed packages, m^il matter 
v hqUy or partlyln writing (exc<?p| proof 
sjeetsrC'id (qrirecteq Ip^opf sheets, and 
niadu^cript c(ipy accornp^nying tho same, 
aidj^xcept local or d'qp letters or United 
£ liar's postal ckras); all jarihted matter so. 
niaoredMs to cpnyey anylother^rir further 
infdrn4aiibn { ipn, is canVeyed b>f the orig^ 
i;ial| r>ri at, ocept the correction o[ mere 
typographic^ efrp^k all matter otherwise* 
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*0utjjdesti|6yin5| we wrapper| or envelope; 
^11 B)ackfiges containmg matter net in it : 
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March •'! IS,"'.' ..i in 1 1|<- < i ipi' . m.'\ t >»• -.«• 1 1 1 
ilt the faint- late l'o.t.it;e mi iln . ill illi-l 
when sent h\ otheis than tin-' put >l r.her m 
news aifi'M'. ''• i'"< - i cut lot each t > >m 
ounce-. i*'i ! t rai tion thenol n.va.ica t.> he 
prepaid by -.tamp-, .ild \e. ! r ■ aid iniittei 

riiiu'i" ci . \^s m \ i i i:i{ 

The tnllnuinc, ailnles a;e mailable at 
the r.ltt! ot on-' cent Im ev.-is lu^ ounce . 
o!r traclioiial pai t thei cut 

' Pamphlets. ort.iMon.d pliblif atiOiis. 
book-i. ph.'itt ';M Ipli [ liitnl bill-. i.i. lei-., 
sheet inn at: ipiinle.b. pi o pei tu-.f-, map-., 
pt'ood sheet-., It'^ilbi pnh'.li it lull 1 , el-- .1 s.;Ue( I 

primarily for .iiKetti-anr pin pose < or l(ee 
circulation at nonim al i ite-.. collected 
pro. »r sheet-., seed;, 1 uttim: .. toot-., -a ion . 
arnl plants 

[•OCIM'lt CLASS MA I'll K 

1 

Mailable m.lttel ot (he (mittlt da:.:'. iMll * 
bracus labels, patiein-., playing card-,, s it.it ' ; 
• im,' cards, aijdn--.'. t 'i; -.. papej sadv«. wrap ( 
pine p;ip{;r and blnttnu' p|id .. ualh m 
without printed a.l\ ei tcietueuts thereon. | 
billheads, letterhead., enlelopes. With 
printed aJdresse-, thereon, ornamental pa- 
per, .-end ,''11 other matte! s ol (lie '..line ea-n 
end character. This class include-, mer 
chancli »e Ami samples, model-. , sample; of ■ 
ore. metals, mineral:., etc , anil an\ other 
matter not included in the Inst, second or 
. third rl.bMS, and which is not its form or 
• nature liable to destroy, dil-uw-or oilier 
-wise damage the contents of the mail'ljiag ' 
or harm the person Postage rate, one 1 
cent for each ounce or Iraetioil.d part ; 
•.thereof ■ \ ' \ 

KA'ITS i>F I'OSTAOK To <CANA|>.\ ; 

The 1'oininion of Canada embraces all [ 
the. British North American Provinces ex. | 
cept New Foundl.pul. 

■/.i-*(iv.< <:ii.i , /'v.',// {'.')-./., I Same rate.; 
and conditions of prepayi'neijit 6l' postage 
as for domestic letters and-ptlstal cards 

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' ; Postal cards t>vo cents each. Registra- 
tion too ten cents I'rintecj matter and 



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M. trgajn, president jane 



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t€Q^ent>St'Pau, Minn r ;fi; \V 
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U 



N age e/. ge tiera 
MoJ\ F. C hiipc 



Cher -y. jSt., 1 sput 
ribuye. Clijyil fficel Savefy Ho 
*Jcri- 5081 .1 ,' *■ D. ' 13. j Ashley 
"Yord -d tyy Chas. M. 
iitana jer, $t;| I pui,s, |Mo. ; 
sPcteaiy, 
ny, 'l|r$|as]ire 



evlqnson 



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HJDbeli; 




u 



Western /'j|>. - 
soutrj'pf VCourl 
iiouse. f |Nliiej^*. 

, . . jpresident, F. 

viee-presipent jan<l su ->er 
l^iatt, ' se|cjor;d yict?-'piesi 
n tejiden t ;> Ait B. Gu?p n) i ns. 
M. . fVIs(rt in, genera 
Secretary 
M, Miller, 
ieral ti^ke 



,Gh lse, . ^ji'ei 



Mar ti i ij^JMnir erp i ^1 a gent; J ! 
,. contra ctmg'fr»ightj[ agent; G. 
ken, c lief i, engineer; A. W. 
elipg fr iigHt'alebnt; (\. N, Den- 
ial ager t 



*s'^iA'imsas~ City A', A'. iC't.— 
Eilrn si., northwest' cor.) 9ev-| 



J'Tew 



b 



,of$ce, \21V2 Fourth st. ,1'MjIcJ 

..V. B. .Edgjerly, pres'id^nt-; 

fcs ; 'B. !|;F.i Kauflman, 

De3;.; M jines; rPred; H. Har 



Spiingfielq lilass. ; Tljea 



on, genera 



LAuii ^ Pacific A'.' A'. C 



tilikti. agefidsii Lb lis, Mo.; L, 



:s Moines, 
'manager, 



l of Gour 
lse. Ml tie 
president, 
Havs, gen 
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w York G)ty; F : L\ 
Sf Louis, Mo.; U. Lj 



•rinteiident, 



general' pas<:eng^r -anc 



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Vft .Nfleigtl, 
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0. Incorporated 
00j>. J. S.ly.k, preside 
itajry and general pri 

Kaufirrianj (i-.M 
l3.\V|U)o'rj:,f] B 



IWlk B. F. 
Ke ley, 1 
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--ID 

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berry, afi 
pass! ov 
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C njift jivenije apd Fifth -stre 



ip 1 with 

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alnutj 

its. ' 



m 



DES MOINES! 



; .Belt */. ine— Begins at k 20l« Fifth st, 
Inorth to Locust, east to w Second, north to 
■alley between Chestnut and Center, east to. 
! Bluff; north to Corning ave, \yest to Zoo- 
logical Garden, 1 northwest to Oak! Park 
jave, rforth to Euclid ave, east to Highland 
!Park 'College. , .. | 

Capital and East -Begins at %)1 I Fifth 
'st. north to Locust, east toe Ninth, nojrth to 
|e. Grand ave, east to e Sixteenth, south to 
je Walnut st. '* 

Cotton J////— Begins at 201 Fifth st, 
north to Locust, east to e Ninth, north to 
e Grand ave, east to e Sixteenth, south to 
e Walnut, east to Fair ave. ! I 

Center Street— Begins at *0l Fifth j--t, 
west to Sixth ave, mjrth to Walnut,' Wes,t to 
Seventh, north to Grand ave, west to Ninth, . 
north to Chestnut, west to Tenth, north to 
Center, west to Nineteenth st. 

East .S7.iV// and Xinth— Begins at V 2(>1 ' 
Fifth st, north jto Locust, east to e Sixth, 
north to Lyon, 'east to e Ninth, north to 
Washington ave. 

Eleventh, Twelfth and Clark— Begins at 
201 Fifth st; west to Sixth ave, .north to 
Walnut, west to Seventh, north toj Grand 
ave, west to Ninth, north to Chestnut, west 
to Tenth, north to 'Center,; \vest t<}> Elev- 
enth, north' to School, west to Twelfth, 
north to Clark, west to Twenty-fifth' st. 

; Ingerso/l'Ave— Begins, at, 201 Fifth st, 
west to Sixth ave, north to Walnut^ west to 
Twelfth, northwest to Inger^oll aye, west 
tc near the west city limits' v 

Se-rastopol— Begins at 2()1 Fifth st, 
south to Court ave, east to First, south 
Jefferson arid Second, east to Monroe, 
s6uth to Eighth, east to Clay, south to Iiy 
dianolaave, s e to Mitchell ave, east to 
Main street, south to Old Brewery, 

V Sixth Air— Begins at 201 Fifth st; north, 
to Locust, west to Sixth ave, north to Jeffer- 
son, west to Twelfth st. , r 

Walnut ami Kingman Ave— Begins at 
2f)l Fifth st., west to Sixth ave,. north to 
Walnut, west to Twelfth, north tc) High, west 
to Fourteenth, north to Woodland avenue, 
vyeat to Nineteenth, north to Cottage Grove 
ayenue, n "w to Twenty-fourth, north to 
North, west to Thirtieth, south to Wood- 
land ave. 

I West. Third and /-W//7/I— Begins at 201 
tfifth si, north to Locust, east' to. Fourth, 
north to Third st. ' " ?. • 

. .A'/;////— Begins at 201 Fifth; street,: 
njorth to Locust, west to Sixth ave, north to ! 
Sjchool. west* to Ninth, north tp Prospect 
Boulevard, n w' to Crocker Park, north 'to 
fjes Moines rive'r, to connect \vjith Ferry to 
Zoological Garden. 



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Gran 

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ins^day 



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J. G. W., 



West 



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Sejc, Cedir Kapics; N 
G. Sec, Cedart ujipids;^. . 
Cedar, Fals;G. tt'.-Bdll 
:ity; Rev.j[W: GiigerJ^l'hrip.; 
dsjvaloc^a; C\ H. Coggswel , S. Q. lb., ([«- 
iclavRarndsj-L-C. Dunla^y, . G; $., Siotix 
City; C A.Jiough, G. "Mj, . Red Ojikj Fran 
cisBaulL'S. ,'Gj S., DubuqUe F 
son, J. ± S., Centerville; Tjhleo'.S 
. T. f Sit Pleasant. .ii 



5 



C 



(Irani Chapter Royal Arej )f'sh 
oY loioa — Meets annualty thijfd ™ 
ill November. Meeting j for 
fcjluffe. Wm Wilbraharh, C. 



S. F 



802 



kelier, D. G. Hi P 



H. 1 ; Washington; L. T. 'We[|LjG| P. $ 
Nevada);!]. R. Jones, G 
J G. Weat^herby, G. M T,fcLi tbiko»;( 
1 Millti G.lyl. S. V.,lk>on<H H|.D. ,I3ad 



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ner, (1. 



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V., [Clinton; 
leasint. . 

Gnitih Ciw\mandery\i:night.' Te^i\ph 

f)L Stan of fywa — Meets aimudiy on tlje 

fourth Hhin-stla-y in October. Meeting ISJfJ 

bone., j W. |Fj Cleveland, G C .JAtlantit; 

O.Soiile, D.G.C. Ha -Ian; W.::,p,ibh, G: 

Mt Pleas[mt;1 D, W i Clements, GX.G , 

est Union; Amos Crim, C.P., Dibuquk; 

H; Hall, G. S. W., Osceola: Wm. Flan- 



,a|ap, C. ],■ W., Cedar jRapjds 

rtman, G. Treas,, Eecor] 

, G; Rec.,;Des Moines; 



Pb 

L 

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rail 
G. 

S., 



month, 



B., Estherville 



Marshalltown; 
It Pleasant, 



T 



iANCIENTAND ACCEPTK 
^RITlf. 



U k 



i*. | Cyprus Council knights i\a jopr S '\ 
Me^ts thircl Wednesday alternate "nontljs. 
-Masonic Tenple, Walnut, Hbutlnv|est q>r 
J. C.'-Macjf. V. 



Seventh st, 
Selleck Re'c 

Des Moine* Consistory, S.F.K 
iMeets quarterly fir,st- Wedresd? 



Masmiic Tern pie, Wa 



S. B, Qttumwa; Geo. A.. GoodeU, 



R. 
heo. 



RE[^ SpcpiKTllJS 

{AsdNIC BODIiS ()!■ ICJ\VA 

(; r t' Kree au^ sic -e/>fcd 
\f fo'iiui — Meets annuall;.' f 
line. Me^tiDfg for ISO 
R. G. Phelps, \\ 
M. C. Temple! S.G \\ 



H. P , Cresco 1 ; 
Atllnjtic; F 
^. Crajik. G. K., Des Moincis; L, Elseffe 
CScri^, Hampton; j.' j.'.VanHJa'n,, ( 
Treas:, MJ Pleasant; Alt. \Vi:igj.ti, G.Sec 
I eb Mo nes; A. L. Sa rebel t, G. Chap 
Guthrie tenter; A. N. Klbejsjon Gi C 



Afdsoks, 



, SU\i 

Mirsiay 

Council 



Sol ire; 



J| Woddjet, (}. 

IScpreiiier [ j.. 

i 

.D^CClTTI^H 



,r 



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v„ AH. .\Vin-. 
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fit 



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Gdm.iii 



southwest j 
Mi W. M 



U<~ufy<>fArf< 



ntlt, Masonic 
cor Seven ifo 

;Hg:,f. |S4i 



frEMr 



eflfiesday in| jeiifch 

-| * Walnut, sotijhyvest cp :• 

A. Earcival #. fc, Q.'-.F 



month 



■t4 



igin each ijn6nll: 

cf»r Stiveniii si 

ttlf. Win,gate Ji-Iji'joi 



I 

arv 



njiay < ; vor i tig] each months a 
* im'pl 3, Walnut, ' co!f Sbi-enth sj 

art'yl'H.jP-'C. f jShylder, ,se 



^ ijTiftdr fulj moon jeach' month, a : 
it .Kyhile'sj Block, Ufthjerjljty. Placje? 



■/iff/ fiotffii 



av 



Tqnini 



em 



jeach morith' in 



iWalnutl, southwest ; "cot* Sevenjtli 
|,E. L^ivisf, W|- ]V^.;,Ail'f: Wingate 



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is: 



ft v » 



// V;|; /W»i 



/y, 

Satujjd 
Tern I 
A. Lj^njith^W 

tetar ■ 



ureve'nitg eadh mqlitn 
(;-, fWalnult, ^outhest icor 



^Jeets Si|C 
M,is$n i( 



MlGlt MASON 

jYo. '//oj-r^leets thin 
.month atjhajl, Stubbs 
st," between; [Fourth- -aw 
Priestly, H. ! ..P JR. l{l!j 



Dl'l : E 



A 



*l 



/o 



Av. |j79 



Masonic 



-Meets secon 



evening each" jrndn.'th . -at [hall] 
ock, e Locust, betWeen' Fourth 



stb,' 3! I\|brakij^V. : M;/;'R;M 

in, ^ec4taryi ' . ; - if ■', , : • .j' 

-A, .If: WD. A. M'-'^t I 



in 



m;t. B 
o. E.iS; 



! Rftbiflsoh*, 



secordl Wednesday of Septetntab; 
Aloinei- 1'MaViK Jabkson,- g! Mi 
Mi1f{;;!F;arik ^.'Howard, G:\W 
K.I Ji.i •l)ykq/,(Jrahd l pec:e^y 
CiivjJJei niV A Rule,! Gifanid * 



se<;oi|^ 

Masonic 

Styehth st'i 



iij, ■; 
[airy oc 

ber in 



see- 



the c 
Des 
jCoincit 
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Chifle| 
•easurer; 



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iWWuk D.I ^ 



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Mo?' 



3hv; R< v. JEi. S 



ai 



Jfh'irsdn-j 

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ties, 
(poop or, 
G.;i<i;'H GL 
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f "i)mm 



fevehing of 
\ialnut, 



' eacli.tjiontli hi 
southwest Jco: 



R. Earn, t'i.MJf 



if' A. 

D. { 

in isdicthh U\.' t-hefS 
Ynunllj' s^c^nQl 



«t<j|e o^ i| eetijijg JHjO'i 



mm 

H, qj|(jgjr, tt, I|is 

'S. Ktooddr. I). 



G.! tf ; Ay. A( ^tuvens,. J.' G 

Treasurer; Xv. 
|.;B. Fostiir, (t 
G. So\Ua.;':l 



Wd and t 



day 

i^al^fllst, 



I 



ddy 



Thouas," Grapd 
UrafdRitc 
\ Ch;i's. ^I^icks 
Vs. 



Unman tx cry > j\ r r'.: 6-- 
Vthi'TlWstfiy'eve 
nionlllii ! ovi ! r ">2U Walnut ,st.i 



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Rick 
C. ; ^ 



.' r 



:fjs (f:oLo vED) 

IUlipi's (vU /^7i'<r-r-Meutf 

1 ' Tfuesdiiv iiV'-rAiigust 

H. F.iAdani Horn 

ArndtlJ G: jly; A 

-jbe;!' . . _ W.-jYoui^g 

. • Kr-jMaore,! <5rabt 

V. J.'\Vilker 

:iA. D.l^teph 

L.'; Willis, G 

eaisj g. m\ :s. V/ . 

ate pf-IljiiKJi;-:) 
iclay in! Octor 
not determini 
. «i)ept. |(fo|ii| 
3. O. Harris; 

G. c? s; 'l 

jIjje.tt,'.Gj C..G 
Gi P.] ],AV 



f 7r 

everiir 



g each lioilth 

pf.'.T?. |13artOn J ;p..PJ; 
JgetVRec 

At^jd A. ^I[ {COI r qRED) 

j.jlJGillum.'W. G. M, 
ajs[ b. M,| Keokuk; W 



.^ljggettjRpq ':/ 
Meets' secoiic 



^V|j,! JRuriingtph; it. T. 
ij Moiries; J. b||Ree- 



Pt*, r~- yJ - -,,,—- 

yldrjes; D.j W. lAnclerson, 
Keb^Pc W;. A.' Dove, : .G.,€hap.: 
$cot|t,I.S. ; G.-; Dil ,Ues 
; anc , I J: D. - G., Keokuk; 
ikijr, Si. /ClJ'.S. |Des Moines; ;J| F. 
; ^Jj'G.':S. qtto.va; las, ti^d. G, 
Dies .Molinsi;:, I.j (lur^tfey, G.lTyler- 
nes-. '. }>■ iet& aniiualjy on the^ third 
' -;i; AuJustJ j .Meeting l'8!)2' Des 



-Ui^-^g 



'<Wl ^i 



eyeuinj e;dch 



-Meets', first 
m^ijith over f)02 e 



lb 



DES MOINES CITY pl|ftECTOR?.' 



Meets first 






\ 



— Hansen's 



Xorth Star Lodge Xo /j- „*^^ ... 
1 Thursday evening each month over 5021 e 
; Locust st. W. H. Scott, \Y1. M[;B. T. 
• Peniston, secretary.- 

IVivt's of Jericho (Colored 
Hall southeast cor e Sixth and Locust st. 
Mrs. A. A. Blank, G. M. A.;M., Keokuk;' 
Mrs. M. N. Bell, Deputy M..JA. M., Des 1 
Mofneij; Mrs. H. H. Lewis, G. Treas., Des 
Moines; Mrs. Holly, G. Sec, Cedar 
Rapids; K. T. Thomas, G. J., Cedar 
Rapids; Miss Nettie Clemmors, G. I. G. 
K...I>es Moines; Mrs. W. H. Juries, G. q. 
Y. K., Keokuk 

ODDFELLOWS. 

\\viunl Lodge— Meets annually on the 

thiiqd Wednesday after the second Tue<j- 

day, in October at Des Moines. G. L. 

Rodeman, G. M., Montezuma; John 

i W. Bulen, D. G. M., Clintin; F. W. 

Evans, G. W., Des Moines; wAi. Garrett, ' 

G. iSec, Burlington; A. J. IVtarrisofi, G. 

Treas ., Marengo; J. K. Powers G. jR. 

Cedar Rapids; Win. Munson, G. R.[ Des 

Moines. .?,''. i ] 

Grand Encampment — Meets annually on 

the 18th of October at Des Moines.' 

,j. S. Bellamy, G. I'. Actings Knos- 

ville; J. S. Bellamy, G. ! H. P., 

•jKnoxville;<S. P. Smith, G. S. \ W., Iowa 

'palls; Win.' Garrett, Ci. S. . Burlington; 

X Norwood Clark, G. T., low i City; A. 

J31ock,' G. J. W., Atlantic; J. F. Spare. G. 

■M, Council Bluffs; C.-Rathman, G. i] S., 

;.3tuart; J, Robinson, G. O. S.t Unionville; 

JlL Block- G. Rep., Davenport; W. 13.. 

■Temple. Atlantic. I 
i? .-, , , 

-£> L.OenezVr ' E.nrampmcnt Xo. /o- -Meets first 

t.nd third t Thursday evenings in each 

faonih. 1 1 all in State Insurance Co's. 

Iilock, Fohrth st, bet Walnut 

«ijv'e. W. E. Wilson, C. A . ; W. 

ixribe. \ j • ' 

•■ Capital Lodge Xo. /<v>-^-Meets first- and 

t'lird Thursday evenings, in (jach week. 

! Hall southeast, cor e Sixth and £rand ave. 

! >l;m. McGregor, N. G.;S. Markussen. 

secretary, "i 
* > 

'. Eort t">es VMoines /.odet 



day 



S 



'vastapol L^rge A r o). tk 



eacl 



eveiling in (each week 



mee;S firs 



in V 



Millei 



:m 



ii) 



evmingsjiii 



Fall, 
tf.G; 



Mrs 



Sevastopol. Theo 
Ryajn, secretary. . 

wbekaJk bhgree— Leech Lo 

aqd third Tuesday 

morith i'r Odd Fellows 

2i;l fourth st. Lattie McClel|ar 

J. 'Hj. Keeley, secretary. 

: I/O. C. K (COLORE 
Charity L^dge Xo'. 2 '92, G 
Meets [Tuesday evening in eicl month 
HaU over Hl8 >(\| Court ave. Ma'shalHoXy 
arti/N. G;:He}-mafl,BrowrL G. 



" ; Lsv 

Wed 

Wm 

ea^h 

e Sjix 



nesdqy in 
Howar 



visiqii M 

Hall, Jij; 

vision A'k 

month in 



Ryl 



#. 



ey 



. ANC IENT^ OLDEI* (OF Ir HIERNIANsi 



Ml^ets Thilrs- 
Johf 



ite Dlvhmi— Meets bienhia 
June, P. ll 



cjungs 
G 



O. 



0. 0. /> 



1 1 



Wo 



une, 

Si Sec 

!{/— P. H. J3i]ir4 
;ecr|itary. : 
*y— Meets f)bt 
-Vagners H; 11, 
th st, 'jnc/P>Hqw'ard,!pHesl 
)', s^ecretary| . ; [ ■ 
O. If., L/ihfr'nian k'nliflits, 
— \v. 1^. -Crosby captain; #. JM 
firsjt lieutenant] M. Haifri^gt|6ri , 
lieutdriant: 



f. 



ANCjIENT .ORDER UN 

Ga/ilal "iLod$- X'o 



and Court 
E. Davis, 



Xo 



^j-M 



eets 



every Monthly evening. Hall in State In-! 
SUrr.ncLi Cos.! Block, Fourth bet Walnut st 
and Court avp ° TV » T ---•- ^ T "f 
H. Keeley, sti 

Gran/, /lodge Xo. jy{> 



Keeley, secretary. 



S. F. Hunting, N. G;. ;• J. 



day; e verting injp 
and locust sis. 
cordei' 
M L\\ 



Keys, Rt 
iMnthti 
and third Tuesi* 



Jay everiinds n eaidh ition 1 th 
over IB , Walntit. J. J. |Jvlja's(jn, L^ 
Emil Scl^nabelJ Recorder 



l)et. 
Evan 



( . .. v , , Meets Tuesday 

evening' in each week. • ILall nc rtheasj cor 
Sixth and Forest aves,. Jojhn Nkybilrh, N. [ 
G.;J. J. Stuckey secretary; 

Jonathan E\>dge Xo. '/jy—M^ts Wed- 
nesday evening each week in Mattes lllall,. : 
cor First and! Walnut sts. Wrji. Aulman, 
N. G; Chas. Riiecker, secretary. 1 I , 




merican Savings 



over . 

Fifth st.- W) 
Sh(ip3,' Records 

Dec- Monies I 
Me>et:5 every Thursday 
Walriut, ^as. i 
Wells,. Recorde: 

Eafoji \Eodge ; 






Bank, ■ 




S inday' in 
Locust, cor 
Mit; This 



L< 



ITE3 



/.; (^tate. I— Meets 



evening 



Campbetjl,. M 

Xo.-- 264—Meeti 
yhn Block, < 'e 
J A.Ridleyjlvl/ ^; L, D. 



ige X\>: ?$j 



■r Grkkatn Lod. 
hiir 



W' - 



Yo. 1 2ts--m 



scjay evenitjg, Goldstcrie 
J.ocUst and Wajnu- j , 



'a/ Capital 



M. W. ; !L'F. Cpnrid , Recorder 



everyj 
iiortheast 

Peacock, 
IJ'ecbijdiT, . ■' 
I Xo\t(, J)e's 

Bralnhrd's Hal 
Ci Q. Carl in. M 
der. 



'apitaELodge, 
iv\\ Tuesday 



Xo. 



evening 
cor e'SbtJi a 

M. W.; ri./F 



loines Lod^tj 
eqe s every Tuesday 'evening 



Sixth av 



J 



, .s; Id 

dreside^jit 



\y third, 



mpany 
onah 



M; 



f 



B 

:e, 
second 

WORK- 



Lc cust, cor 



.G.,\ 



1,, 

W (If .agonal.)— 



T- 



ofver i\^i) 1 

W; L. W..| 

sj eve^y Fri- 
cor Seventh! 



Meets Ifirsti 



W;'. 



eets every 

H ill, e Fifth, j 

{JtsJ I F. jil.i 



XJ. 2§6±- 

a in Perfy & 

' i\ ner.r Stata s{. 

W.j J. J. 5tu'ckpy, Refcor 



^'(^ational)r-| 
in AVagn^r 
id ! Locust. 
R|ehkoph, 



i; 



*f!St\El' 



Mofday 



W 0g K 

O. F. Mith', 
'cooler. 



MfNF 

imbijh r ini 



\vesl - P0F 



k 



rsj 



" Hay, 

jPetlr Rush 
lDr> O.iC.i 
ter.jNJY.; 
natik iO t ;J 

.V m. 

p. j 

;»B. M 



* 



jKy 

-Md. 



Ah. ; Rey. 



go. 
pes 



P n 
Bodnef 



W 



A.JO. Myerfc 'p 

7 , Bechel', 
J, Burke, p 



111.;- y/ 

Moinej 



. Alen, G.f jti Civ B^rmjinglliam, 
H. |G. JPeijry, jq.[qijap:t Chlca-i 

'. Ipwai 






)efe: 



'heme! 



I 



£ 



Cedir 
J. . £., pes 
'efiyf A, 



B 
Afoi les; p 
Mo. les; M 
portV'jH 



all ta. Continental rlock, jjouth 

h and.w|liaU ' fcx F.jCal 

Exalted Ruler; ffl. Fv Sell jcty 1 Sec 

G E. R. '■•w4liinjtoi; ! 6. 0.; 

glit, 4- E -' WJ^fe-.lfoledlj), O.; 

; G. Ej L. H, ) ,peiroi|,-Miqh,; 

irjagu^,; p. [ E,j JL. |K?, ! R<jches- 



C. ?ipino Dept. ^cl. 

' ■ f' j ' ' <' ! 

indent ord!e[;:redm 



Mil/7 V>f 7^7«7| 

Dnd Tuesday 



3; is 

to 



iScpvi 



|4i G - 

., /Vfe/kj 

first § and t 
jnonfh. in' 

fhja'.of-R 

day'f r Sleep 
Six'tj ' and 
Sach 
Kecjc 



iinfc 
rdii 



■N 

fa 



(hraliu 
tVejl lesday 
wstlopol. 
afl'll Ghie 

c?// ■/«»(? '•': 
ednesday 

r e'SixtJ 

5.pjic,' Sac 

c i) xls, 

7 /W/) 

Jays Sleep 

rou : j l st 

^■TO*cCo 

/:! 



d {Lot, 



Hal" 



Ml l | it. ' ' 



M 



KS 

Til 



ErJMOHES OITT i)lRECTO 



1" rv^nty-Fiftli, coi 



Monday ['ev.sni 



W 



L 



'A.B 



I 
ag .■■■ in 



-'llQets annually 

cl|* !)ctobe>r, aj: 

ya! -ft. Jhmes Moorh ;ad, '.'G;» S.-j 

R|piBs; J. Hi Campbell, G ; 

;oines; B.|!a|j Hall, ti, P.^ 

i*. McCown. Q. v. jcf Rec., Des 

. W- Saop^jG f | P| Jrf W;,',bes 
' \xkt\ ur-dioirt 



le 



;i Wailacfej 



K,udt, G. 
GTG 



^J'^* W J? , «'-' 



Rtco 
7 



(i. <!>f| m, Otttln^ai 

lEFTMN's'i.EAitE. 



ever) 



.;Mer 



each 



Sjec, Gjncin 
Tre^., Omaha 
(er, Louisville, 



BMtiinore, s 5 >i jcth and Gifahd ave 




0. 



tiit* Madison; 
..JCrayiiT. E: 



i j f 

nrd fThursda 

heir. Nvigwai 
^(j»wddn,| fl 

corns. 

| FT • 'i 

>■ f*4',, A'V.J '/jWueeis 
|i| Oddj F^fo\Vf*si 

ijlidmas punrferclaje 



SiSleepi at t 
f.'.f\V. Taiv 
cf R<;c6rd 

>}/>;•, \m ' 

le^p. 



en 

i ' ! l - - ' 



^j" 



S., Daveh- 



2— |lleets svery 

ep ibf each 

233:.'"^ouifth 

E. jDivis, 



wety Mon- 

^aU.J'Core- 

. Smith, 

Chiei bf 

•7- Meets,- byery 
h^ir 1 , .yjgyam'ih Se- 
py, ^abfiBm; A.-F., 



itjh arip Clran^a?:aye 



n [thei 

iWalter 



eiff^7g; 



wi cSiflbtohs. 



s! Hall, 1 
v . ...... F.*D: 

bicker, Glii^ffo 






f-i-Wefe e^ery 



,1 



-^liiets livery 
o^pn U tT ~ ,,; 



. Chirsdiy's sleep 



3ei L^ojejil|jJ-7 ;M^et9 jelvish 
ve; t 



cor' I^iglith anii'Tpleksantlstsj third 
judday eaci-nipnth. H,'G.\ RjegMman, 
)repdent; L.. Cji|trier, secretary. 

jpmm bbiievolenV 

0, M\'. S} /?.-i] fleets fjewis^ Temple 
hwe?t cxr .Eighth and [Pleasant,! sts, 
lecjmd.Sijndiy.isachlnqrithl David Gold- 
1 r»4 1 j pre si lent; J. Maidelbaum, S2cre\ai;y. 

KWl'GHTS OF HON<i)R. 

■■ r ■, ■ 'I 1 il- \ ' I 

f's Afwttts Lotto, No. /a.---Meets every 
nesai3 evening, IFlylnn Blocji, south- 
east. cor C, " 1 " L — llJ ' ~-' J T ' -' ■■--1 » '^' 

Br^dish; 



Fri'- 



Sachem; 



j,' 



^ 



*EG 3EE pF PpCAHOktASJ 

/ Coh nyil ^//(nc/fi—^eeis an the sec - 
tesdi> in October at Boone, Iowa. 
' Mb j: E. Spaijk^-G.j-Propri.- j . 

f^aCijtin/, A r <i ,U— Meets 'every first 

third r ? lesdiy's Ssleep of efjch month in 

-vig^,ni, pifh Fourth | st. . Dora 

D op?(l on^als; Nellie Davi';,;|Keeper of 

"T- i ■ ■' ^ 'it! l l ' ] ' \ ■' ' ' 

nneha h i Cautt^itl Np. ^-f-Meets every 
d and 'qurtii Tuesday's sle4p of qach 

1 in Fedinen'pHallJ Sevastopol. Mrs. 
m iMcNutt Pocaiontas; Ei. G. M<j>r- 
T jeepier of R<:cor^s. • I 

fltwt< lieu % iini < Zo^incit , A^. /—Meets every 



•ej ^geper of Records. 
tepeM iiirmder of ffn 



mid: I. 



iventljLarid iJocust stsj- J. G' 
W . I)); fjacop Beanfir, 1 secretary. 

KNIGHTS tijf PYTHL 



9 



i:':wa l 

a'Virdek 

C\if>it(tfi 

ly c veinin 

all, 231 

C, Ij). 

Idf Mil 

dtesiliy e 

1 el |cfw K 






177 



in pdi pejlow'a Hall, cor 



Mrs 
Brl 



Ellen L. 



«/t/. i9w// (Jewish 



Temple, south- 



. ... T ..#(&> (if Mbq±-yiep{s ^annually 
le set:cn IThur^day iA 'Augilst.at Cedar 
MMs,, W. , M. ;NarviK" P. G. t., 
Wstotiij; E. W. Meeks, G^C,, Guthrie 
ert^ifW A. C.iinninghiim 1 . G. y C|, An : 
<faa; Id i, Strickland, G.P,, Si^uxlCity; 
G. |^:en:er, G. M. of IE., Bu-lirjgtoh; 
He:-,;Mt.' Pleasant; M. A. Qjhigly, 

'a ilgg) ' h r o. ^9— Meets Wejdnes- 
; \)i each week in.Odd fellows' 



■)'■ 



H.»:Fourlh.|st: W.-E. (piess, C 
Ipijk'e, K. qf|R. and iS. 

i'/;^', )VtK<6S—il(iks Wed-/ 
r in% of 1 'each week iin Odd 
1. southeast ' cor' e Sixth and 
W. K. Gilcr,€st,,C. C.; W. K. 
R. ahdj-S; '.' r 

9 -r Merits. •jTuesday 
)veek in Itheir .hall south- 
Walnut sts. C. C. 



I .4 
V 

Ha 



cf 



d 



rch 
xth land 



W. J 



Chapman, K. !of R. 



1 • 



7S 



PES 



^ 



Pythian Sisters — ZV^eetei s( 
Tuesdays in each month 
Hall, southeast cor e Sixth 
Mrs. A. H. Coleman, M. 
Sheldahl, M. of K.' and C. 



MO IN 



es ci-rr 



condand fourth 

ill Odd Fellows' 

and Grand ave. 

E.C,; Mrs. L. 



uniformed; hank.-, l • 

low a A'jV^Wt-— Meets aimually.at Cedar, 
Rapids on the second Wednesday in Au- 
gust. J no. C. | Loper, Brigadier; General, 

' Lincoln, Chief 

Elvson, Assis- 



Des Moines, la.; J. Rush, 
of Stall, Ames, la.; G. D. 
tant Adjudjtant General, Des Moines, la.-; 
11. E. Deenier, Assistant judgej Advocate 
General, Red Oak, la;.; H. }A r . Dodo, Assis- 
tant Inspector General Ft. Madison, la., 
F. T Fvans|jr., Assistant Quartermaster 
General, Sioux Citv, la.; J. M. ''Crockett; 
Assi tant Commissary General, Suiart, la.; 
II. L. GeU, Assistant Surgeon'General. 
Mardialltown, Ia.;'H; F. Snook; tpiaplahi,. 
Webster City, la. j ! | " 

.l\us-Ih'-Ctimf— Mayor Jus.. Q., Barcus, 
Cedhr Rapids; Majojr H A. R. Sa'uj, Mason 
City; Miljor Ah-x Fellner, -Sioux Cit}-;Mar 
jor .. LJ Hamlin, Dt|s Moines; Major jj 
M. >isbee, Keokuki 

/ 'ianio'iia fMvision, 
Captain; J. \i. Stout, 
A 

Join 
Tre 



A«»..Lr-J:.| j W..lIill, 
first Lieutenant;- W. 
Liilhrach", second! Lieute|tanjt; W. K. 
•s, Recorder; Wm. j Kbimfgsbergeiy 
istirer; \V. E. Scholes, Guard; Chasl 
Koenigst)erger, Sentinel.; \ 

■ WOODMEN. 

.*• Moin.'s Canip \\'o. /S — Meets every- 
lnesday evening, <it)l Walnut st. C.P. 
rues, Coiisui Commander; A.M. Kidge> 
. Clerk. I I. . '■ ; .' j 

ipiUil Ciiup Xo. 06S (Gordon's Hall) — 
":iy evening! *of 



/) 
Wet 
Hoi 
\va\ 
t 
.Mel 
mo 
per 
/ 
Alt 
:of t 

I 
ent 
fou 



ts the last Frid 
fcth. A. Ill/ Gord 

Clerk. \ : 

'.in coin Cu nip So. 
cts first and thin 



UN 



ry. 

Grri 

vie 

man 



Mch 

on- V-, C.; r A. S. Cas- 



m (Lynch Hall) 
Thursday evenin 
ach month. W. A. Steele, V. C; \jVi. 
Mathis, Clerk. ! ' 
'. S. Ciiurp Xo, 10^ — Southeast cor Stvj- 
1 and Locusts sts.j Meets second aa£ 

\ montjh 
lerk. 



th Thursday evenings of eac 
1 Vmry 1 'erlii ns, V! C. ; A. . {., Lee, . ( 



WOR lv 



1TED ORDER AMERICAN 
MEN.ifj:' 

, . * r 

j , - *■ 

/7<- Council— Meats arinually in Janna- 



in Mechanic's Ilall.i C\ If. Grim 

nd Councilor, Crestorij J,H. Campbell, 

>: Coupcilor, Des Moines; R, M. J. Cojer 

n, Sec. Des Moines; S. J. •.Cjoldsrrjithi 

Tnfas., Des, Moines; j. E.j Wilkin, ]r, Ex. 

C, Des Moines; G. B;. Hammer, Sr. Ex.C].. 

Des'Moines;' Henry hogey, Examiner, Des 



Mpines;M 

A.L, ParkMlt, I. P. 



■ti. 



C,z/>A, 

Meets > 



•\l Council Xo. ^j(W 
onclay evenin *in,(; 
|W. i)ay| cjnmciloij; \v\ ¥ 
irbiary, B. F. Maricle, Trea 
l\ Inhibits '■■Councif X >\u 
ie'tsj Xv esday evening 



O. C 



Secretary;' yhas. Iyno\|vltan 



DIRECTORY, 



: '■ 'r I . s ' *. ' 

X). BordeiL Inductor.' Stuart 



Thorn 



)\-s Mvittcx Cditncil 
-M nets' Fri lay pvfcni 
.All. Feriie, (tourlcilor 



Sebi 



etar.y; 
vnh/in. 



oson. Couiciloi 



gn^r's Hal))- 
icli week. p e o. 
. jStcnvel, ,Sec- 

iurer. |;[. 

VMagner's Ifjal'l) 

or each utek- 

} J, S. Barjoui 

Treasurer 



^mbsi'M. 1 
\ntrcil Xi 



r . - 

Mttets Monday'' ever ing o 
\V\ Dodson, Counci or; , 1 

Sebrjeta'iy.H. C. Wii dsor, 

/.bicniii \pouna'/\ A T 
CrUjkefJ arid School 

, evening of nach.week. 

Icilbtj; Gjio. C. (feibj- 
Wntfeler,,j TreasiirOr. 

/jbicoln C 'ouucil Xo 
^Ieejls ! lfridiy! evening 



Vo. 6'(Lync^ s< . 
ngf of. each- kvciil 

Geo,..,!]. Sf'erht 
[Brand:, Treksun 

^'(Mechanic's h 
: fcach.\veel(j F. 
rank Mclputt. 
Treasurer. 1 



soh.j Secretary; 



io 
df 



. fFarkhilL Councilo;; |B. 



retary; ij). A. Poorma 
if / \t;shin!>ti >u CouncP/ 



I all, Sbvastopol. \ AJ 
::f erfchi xvelik. ' G| Cl 

r; J. A|. Rank, S(icret)ary; 
Veasurer. 

rSELECT KNIGHtSiOI] 



^'Ie^'ts ei'ery Monday ■ 



( 



I 

Xo. S 

ieis 

V^nd 



ant, S.||C 
ORDpK! 



Xo. J 



;,Alex. ifVIi^ 

0F fill 
GEOlkGE 



V\ 



Piomvr 
fleets evbry 
ioldsmjth, W 

Prince h/ict 
t. 



7/1 /)/i'„ , A 

i qursc 
Oil;C. 

arid tl 



■luce 

Meed first 
ach 1 month. H.,f Befl, |\V 
gess, Secretary. 

T j > ' 

;■ ; ROYAJL ARCA: 

loioa C,)t/ncil,,\Xo. 
chani(Js' Hall secpnd 
eacli ^onth." A'.j Ha^tiing 
ivans, Secretary. 

UNITpD ^VNGIEM 

| druid;s 

, /irjthjof Grove, Xo. 
Alepts first a^id third 
month. E. iH. ,Spit 

vastbj2-g, 



■fl. .Spitjznjigl 
Secretary. 




(Gord 



tac 



reaeurer.. 



:hell, 



a .3f 
IC.l SI 

Xo: 



1°- 



all) 

J 

i»r° 



a!!) 



Southeast 
Mee^ Fri 
[Ryldy, t\ 



on's; Hall)- 

h \v,ei'k. i| A. 
I. PraySeq- 



n 



t 



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fonV; \7rii.' Sut 
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Cht0i { , . Wo , i ■ 4j~ FlynU. 

jefcind ^nd foi rti wstinef-,' 

each rripbth! ' ■ . ||. Cavisr 

ori,|;Secrejiai!ry 
A<Wfc Coihtq, , jw. 4£- 
', fleets .every T ue pd iy ■■ iye 
?rslil, torn.; [<tbert Coi 



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day.e r .ej[ 
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ev« ryi 

Smith 



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fourth 



liGJ trns.,-HawaJ-den; Rev, R. A. 
O.IChap?, Elwoyd; F. K, PaW 

r a;iq IVIrsJ Rme Wjalters, G. D. 

(indiiBliktfs; Jenhie McKee| G G., 

.Wfri' Ej jCh^mbe^lin, G: Sen, 

Grjove; John F. gnydfcr, G'.jTr'as,, 

iJljairr.H. Flebing, P. Y. C T., 

City Lo<ig.\ lvrf. 66/— Chester- 
efets <!v4ty W^crjesday evening. 
~[ SlaWjt, <j; T. 
^ Mv, -A>. -?j-.^r- Gordon's Hall. 
e|vbijy Monday | Evening. ohn 

p'T.; C. CiBHggs, 1 Secretary, i 
Z Jfi A ' mu's %dl/$ce % No. 463— Per- 
airJard'I'HaH. M^ets every Friday 
itldi [Walker, C. jT.; Enirriji 
, 'Sjeciwary.!. j . ■ 'i ■ ' 

%ofo t i^Ji^d?:— Flynn Bbck. 
-y Mc rjjdajyj evening. Perry JP^r- 
f\V. M. Hill p Secretary. 
"^; hage,Wo:6jQ— Meets ^ven- /I 
a aci N jrth sts e^'e'ry Tuesday even-i 1 
j:f Sji^pherd, q..T.;I. C. Spe^- 



if 



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203 Fifth 

Saturdays of 

arjc , president; 



and 1 

a.upt r s^cfetajryj 

6^/^w,, A r r|j ^-UTrades* As- 
1'. Mpets ^sfec^nd and fourth 
iveniiigs in e£:ch mofrth. D F, 

sld|:i ; J. H. . ^otrLsyell, sefcre 

j j I " •• j I 

Wft*"'s. 'Umoh.lNo^ 46— Cile 

_ilt|.' Mf^ets every alternate Th jrk 

rigl'i J.Yj.^anly president; Pal 

t:ara,;''s<:<iretary.r i ' ■ ' ' " ■■■'■'' 




,'ery .« 
'<: Arigh, seeretjarl'. 

Ajechi nics f all. Meets 'third 

4ibh Imcntfi. Jtihri J.': johrison| C, 

ownfleld, secr , ^:ai;yr |* ! 

/''^(Z Vnintef's ' tmJ\ Decorators 

l\';. ^-Mechsjnifc's-^all/ Mdets 

/iiinesday^ eveningL ! )V. Howlrcl 

pjij^siideh ;; A. Jcjhnspn, ' secretary. 

Latorers 'Union, ; No. h-~' 
4 y Hall, j Meets second Lnd 
each mbnt'h, J. W. Lu:l^- 
Pl Morris] secretary. 



m 



PES MOINES CITY DIRECTORY 



Central Trade's and I.u/'or .l\$t'in(>/y\ — -20~) 



Fifth st. MeeU second and fourth 
nesdays each month. A. L. Crick, 
dept; J. K. Smith, secretary. 

^ '/;••« .':.'• J /( ike.r.< ('nion, Xoi' 1 1; 



presi- 



Fifth st. Meets first Wednesday in ; each 
month. ]. I.,. -Frederick," president; jA: L. 
Ur.ck,, secretary! !> .' i; ' 

(|W>r of Railway Conductvi\k Dot Xloincs 



iB."N 

i C> 
[ Joule 

:c)nd 

K. Ii| 
•' re tary 



Division 



Xo. \?$— Contineritjal , tllock. 
Mdets isecond and, fourHh Sundays ill each 
month. Howard Case, C. C; li. T. C;lva- 
naugh, secretary. . i |; 

'harness Makers i 'nion Xo. j2 — Over ;-()■>' 
Fifth jt. Meets first and piird Thursday 
of each month,. A. Ausmussen, president; 
\Y. II. Ritchhart, secretary, j 

Interna 'ion, il Machinists Assm r :a Li off .\o. 
.yo-— Hibernian! Hall. Meets second and 
fourth Tuesday in-each month! 'j. \yelch t 
maker machinist; K. Viggers, secretary: "»' 

rXniJtts of. .favor Xo. 22 u) — [Trades , As- 
sembly Hall. ! Meets secondhand fourth 
Tuesday each month. C. K. Innis, master 
workman ; Jacob Beaner, secretary, j 

Anthers Cnion — Tr;ides Union Hall. 
Meets Monday e.ich week. H. J. Child; 
res4, president: i Thos, Stewart, secretary. 

l\fe tillers (\n'u))i Xo. 6j --Trades Assemb- 
ly Hall. MtjeM first and third Tuesday, 
each month. Jno. \Y. Groves, president ; 
AYm. Windgett,. secretary. 

J'lasterers (-nion, X . 21 — Sneer, Hall, 
oiid and fourth Tuesdays each month. 
M. 'S toner, president; A. O. Longneck- 



seccpi 

T. 

er, secretary. 1 

rhtnfoe^s,. (frsaihl Steam Fi/ters] Cfnion, 
vXo. /^—Second and Fifth; sts. M,eetH ! hrst 
and third Monday each month. J. W. 
IMcGlew, president; W. Moorehead, jsdere- 
taryj. ! '■■ 

/Xtaii ('/.w' (lift'ii, Xo. jo — A. O.' U. 
\Y. iliall. Meets .every Tuesday; 'H:,B.. 
tern/ president; Oscar Shepherd, secre- 



llot 
tan 

A 



oi!elin;e;is Mutual Avdl .-Issecialjou of 
■husrito-A,\{)..]J. \Y. Hall. 'Mee^ sec- 
ond and fonrtli .-Sundays of each month. 
K. M. Shakelfofdi M.; John Sigersori, sec- 
retairy. ' . 1 : ; • 

'Aii.'ors 1,'uion .Xi>, 15— Scandanavian 
Hall. Twenty-fifth and Locust sts. Meets 
second Monday in each month.! A. 
Thonrston. president; J. B. Patterson, sec- 
retary, 

'/in, Shoots fron and Cor:n\\\ Worker's 
I)iteruationae . IssodatioiK Xo. /•<;— Mqqhan- 
ic'.sjHall.' .Meets first and tfijrd Wednes- 
day:' each' month. D. ■ W. YYent\\£orth, 
president; Frank Taylor, secretary, f 

7\ri\j-rafnit<tl Cni'n. Xo, jjS — Hiber- 



ROtoN 



CAT 



State- Branch - -Meets i b 



1 ide.rit 
Keok 

: Jh 
501 



u"o^ 



.sv. 



n 



rhonih. Herman Tiedgens 
esbit;j.serJietary. V ' 
it-'}/ firo/Jur/ioaa i\f t 
r A .\-Y t >. 6&- -"-'■■' '' 

sXprfe'siuent; 



ifV'i^'x 



nit.d fourth! Frid 



is, 







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D.i P 



Tuesday in J ah 



ES. 



HpLIC KNIGHTS 



Des Mom 
uk. 

A/in'nes 
Waliiut s»t 



Monday in ea^l mohth 



tary. 
, .SV. 



Josep/f 



Sund lyj in eaclj month at M 

I^.'.H l]C|irt?, president] T| 

'I I 



nary. 






S. 



is; L. Rein 



Rhiti 



Meets hist 



Rein 



President; j 

'(liyt'ktt'rs an 
Meets, seel 
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:ing, sec 



OF 



enn 



AjN T CATHOLICi'M 
jl]FtnVF SOGIF 



Branch 



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SOCIE 

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dlte^ICA. 

iallliy, first 



1 



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Bratlcl^ 



A 



first Suhlday inieach month 



Hall. 

Sulli 



first 'Hue 



E Si 



Pt! t rich's Branch, 



H. Kinit 



xth 



Huritett, ^pres- 
old, secretary. 

Jos— Hall 
and tjiird 



ILS 



AL PRO- 



ibqp 

V| lid 



Mepts; first 
ian Ijlall. 
f!l..secre- 



1 

- 
1 

in 



111. IS. I iHarretjt,: 1 president); D 
van ' secretary. • 



)'• 



sday evening ir^ each rn 



St. 



II .' V 



sect e tary 



Ivitig, 



Universities ! k 

;'.'■ LEGES. 



! I 

fiftlh 



//v, 



ness, 
Phar 
speci 
itifica 
Citfef 



?— Meets 

th ^t;5l<» 
presidenH; W ' 



3Il 



IN T> 



^ V//r|vv//i'-2jSJqrth > 
its. *■ [Orhkb fifiiiveriity 
irt'] SSI: ! It was niimed in 
lirakk[of Cei|tervi|l^. » .T 

Letters 

Mtblicaljl Ar.t, 

il courses and 1 li 
dipldma.j 
Car|)ente|r, 



dheiids it syslkjn] qf^jght €oll[eges 
sand Sci'encer JBibjle, NJo 



e j or 
(e! r. 



Ltiiv, iAIe:lidn6'"hnd 

t> 1 - ,,1-1 1,1 'I.! 

Each coi t\de ha; i:s. own 

rints ;a i pecial cer- 

t-l efidstf'ol Faculties: 



;y 



Kingman ave, Chance 

worth, iA. M: M ||LL.f: 



Cole. 



ma 



|llall. ■• Mtiets tirst S inula v in 1 each er, M. b.,; JDe'ah of M 



W.; Marjind^ilj?,- A. \M\\ ipfetsjlnt' . ; an 

Fwel Hh sts, Ifrpsidept of. Callalna'niCoilefit 

Mard li. Bartlett. Dtrecltci 1 )- ot JV Usical Co 

cKin'^/JL.. k, l|. B.iS > 

l'rinciipal of Business College;! uqge C-. (/ 

awC(MlWk ten-id SchW- 



1 lean: of 



I^ai-o; President ! jCollegeofi I^e;tt|eis;i Aivii) 1 
'ii-IobL's,!' A r M, LL.. H, •»r']f\\*nt\ 
sevHtli st,iDt*4n of B:j))e|po|lejje; j Charli 



•Meets 

ib'eilnian 

C. 



COL- 

I t. 



anjcr Twenty-' 
wiif organized 
lbnorjdfiF. M. 



•ujal, Busi- 



l^r|;;'Djirlton,p. Ay'ies- 
" .3rattlebor;i 



edi ftl C)Uege; F( 



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11 




DES 



t-j.^,. 



|H Schofl 

it Cdlleb; 
S ; ^ei'm.1 

' " ,Ar 
lege £.| 
depar tjjrie 
four' c 



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I 



School' 
Principal 




Ti&iriii; 



cal, &&inti (iC ape 
extenci|tnrcjtgh to 



Be art 1 
f I av 



1 1 



L'lY n RECTORY. 



ett, Secretary 
tt, Secr^tar 
grjiner, Gttator] cjl Mu 

' i' 'j 1 ' '' ^ ' ' 1 ' ''■' ! '' '■ 

(Ifopifs Q>iL'g<. «4- Ninth it, -cor- ( 
JEfouAd^d l§(55f Mere ate 
, Academic; and Colte&ate,',; 

■ : -^h':CWssiclai.Ph:ilc l so{ 
Literary: 'Each o H" 
ur ye are. H {-.Stei >bn 
D Pr4si«3e|nlt. Pjrot.. of -Mejnti) arid Mc 

|^rs.J.p's^heh4^ ^AIJ 

tie 



PhilosM; 
riricidallffendhla^i 
eL.i^a^ridhjlitenan. 



hiabd permati;.Mjs« 
east coj" bf )S!ixthl i|ajid|| Locust 1st 



.i 



izpd lift lfl-1 !lijh|s\ s $ch3oi 
three | j ^epja^mWts 



Penmajps 

IE ■ and . E n 
\\ and plli 

; Shoijth; 

,Jiz;,| t 



Sphqo 







.icon si its' ; 
omtm ire 

or te }ch 

Schfcl' 



Hi^j jahti|.Crjatwipg,:'a 

ish'Trajmiig 

.eta' who' desire' it 

hoijth|nd constats of jfouir JdepajrtAjieii 

. i'z;.\ tjW'deparfmei i djt eleijntebtary ; st 

o^rafehy, I im IdepUr) deal 1 of, rkportir g, ij 

typewriting department;, and ,the jctepi 

ment piacuial onrce work, ; 'TpitHosej \\j 

compile, the full c pmmercia)i c ourse, lor! 

I* . course In shorths rid 'anci type writin 

?■'■ -1 nil T-'-v-'-i-ilTt-- ^ '■: -'I. 



II 



81 

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pas l the examinations! sal isfactorily, qi- 
P'Iqi nak are awarded- J- M . Mehan, presi- 
dealt;. W'.F, 1 Giessmkn, secretary. ; * 

♦ '• t- '''" I i !- -,7 [ 

ighian^Par^Wormai Q l(<>ge (Highland 
Pa|c)^The erection of ,tb s Collegia \Vas" 
conimenced inliilyj" 1889. The. fldst school 
| terp ; comr^encfedl SJspternbet ?d k 189G<.The 
Cojjhge is Ipeauti :ully located in Highland, 
Park, about two mji one-half miles iporth 
of \\ e Couijt Hojis^,.. Postomce and Rail- 
road Depots, .iihe. Collegfe' is connected 
with t$e city by : 3e|'t Line street carst The 
courses of ^tud^s re^'Preparatory, | Teachers 
Rey ew,- Pidacf ic, Special Didactic, Scien- 
tific, Classical I ' Literary, Commercial, 
Ciyi .Engineering, Special ^raining, jMusi- 
cal, Elocution, i Art, jTeliegrabhy, Electrical 
Enfe neering, Shorthand, J Typewriting, 
Phaj-macy. Fa;cuity: , 0. HU %ohgyri\\, A. 



M-. D., M.'S.:;' 
ill, M. fe- B'j.' 
[jss Elizabeth 



M.j ^resident; CJiftOn Scott 
'.J. B Duryea, M. A; J. E. 
G. f.\ HilllM. Bell (/ MJS.; 
K^lathews; L A. Vigness.j'M. A.; (p. ,L 
Con ;jL.-1vi| Kelchner; John Carr? Sherman , 
R. \ iicy, Ph. G ; M:lH.|Pagi; M'iss Carolyn ' 
E. Byers; Jj R. «anna, B.JS. ; }. )%. M^cers; i 
T'f:.|pavis- Mrs Amelia |\V3lff.bjsoni;EH ' 
iGrinies; M; Geof^es[Chatel$|in; FC. - Hjf Pat- 
tencn;fE; J.Enpfietd. 




mage of the Trave 



Public Is Res^e'ctfully Solid 




ISOLATED ANtf | CENTRAL STATION 
ELECTRIC I ipBft] PLANTS, 

ELECTRIC LIGHT 



j FIXTURES, I ! 
ELECTRIC ROTORS, 
ELECTRIC BELLS, 



AND COMBI 



URGLARlALA] 



J6jju*(.C*juc 



* 



f Electric Light Wiring and 



MS 



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HOTEL AND RESIDE JJCE ANJftJN(fIA- 
TORS. i 



Repa ring of A! Kirds. 



J. H. SHE 



PHE 



NOTARY PUB 



Rea 





312-313 Iowa Loan and 1 




DSON 





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J. H. SHEPHERDSON, Propr et 

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DES MOINES, IQWA 



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tJsURPLUS, 

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L'i 



Northwest Qor. West Fifth ape 

SOLICITS the accounts of Merchants,; , Mechanics, 



'^ every inducement consistent with'jsdund banktn|. Cc 
' fi rates and 'remitted for oniday of payment^ Interest p lit! on 

t i ", ii ■ Ml ' 

I FARMERS' SALE NOTES A 



Savings Department Pass 



|! sums of $1.00 and upward arid interest 



1 j < 

Understate 



Supervision anc Control. 



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Cfaitse National Bank, ijjew York.. 



M|. STRAUSS, 

T J. W. GENESER, 

j D. W. SMOUSE, 



M. STRAUSS, IWsuknt. 



M. P. 
J 




Book Rccourtt Deposits received ic 



CORRESPONDENTS: 



Coniinentil Na 



DIRECTORS: 



TURNERj 

H MERRILL, v 

L. Ji. \VELL£ } 



OFFICERS : 

R. 0. Gl^EEN, V.-Pn-siitynt: 

[See 'front edge] 



paid thereon. 



iioual Bank, CHcag'c 



J 



FRJA^CIS GEN^SE 



W. GENESER 



R> 



Gash 



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OLA Rrt$ON, i • 

1 • 1 ' ! , 

Vice-President 



BAYK 

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SURPLUS $40,000. 

ip' i;.. ;i ..tI . / : 




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pp Per Annum 



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\ CAPITAL PAID UP, 
UNDIVIDED PROFITS, 
ADDITIONAL LIABILITIES QF STOCKHOLDER?, 



Vnder Direct Supervision and Jurisdiction of -"the{ Audi- 



tor of the State of 



OFFICERS 



Iowa. 



A. HOlvU^ND, President. 

W. R. ZtN*LENE*l, yice^reeiden^. 




J! ft. MkjKs 



JAMES| CALLANAN, 
' M. P. TURNER, 
J*S;Pi(TTEN ( 



DIRECTORS. 

hon[ j. a! t. hull 

J. jc.l PAINTER, 
LEANDER BQLTO^, 



pjpiEV 



W. R 



.We Respectfully Sblicit Y(j> 



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ur PatrcbQade. 



CORHiBSPONDENTS. 

National Bank of Commerce, New York. Metrbpcjiitan flat^onal B^k, (Jhicago. 

Interest Allowed on Special Deposits, 



ANltENE 



A, HOLLA 

iHENlRY : 



.Cahfr 



icr. 





>Kp MolNip p|ij: 



Of OILS 




Corn Br Fifth 



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Prcsidcn 






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MCINES, IOWA. 



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1: ;•■' J. H. MERRILL, 



88 



DES MOINES OiTtY DIRECTORY. 

1 ! • ! J ! i ; | 



.; i 



O./W. MABaUABDX, President, B. P^IAOTTJIAH, Vic&-Pr©stdest 



The Marquardt 



H. I IIABQtfABBT, 



Interest Paid on Time Deposits. 



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Board of 



G. W. Marquardt. President. < '■ 

B. F. Kauffman. \ ice-l'pesident. 
F. M. HrBhRLL, Pres. Equitable Life Ins.Co.of law 
J. t». BhKforiui.L, Attorney at Law. J 

Marquardt Block, 



Directors : 



E. C. Finkbine, Pi 
W.,0. Curttek Rea 
Henky WaIg^er,! 
Simon Casaijy, Cashier 



Fifth 



l ewp irtJrtiilT finvpii \ 



t 



nc 



1 i 



A 



evident Green Bay LumberClo. 
E^hite. . . ■ ' i . | 

farmer and Stock Dealerj ! 
pes Moines Savings Ban 

L0CU8t. ir :)4-\ 

I. ■ ' . ■ _.i i 



J. 



DES ' MOINES CI TY DI&ECTOJ:Y 



THE pES MOINES 




1 . <* 



Corner Third and Walnut € tjre 





IOWA. 



cRPtfqni*-, 

additional Inabilities of Stockhoi4e r 



$300,000.00 

"111'. 

■^ : ^3oo^ob6.jQO- 



COMPARATIVE' ( STJiTIj»|k#fi 1( 



RESOURCES. 



Loans and Discounts. . . .$291,414.!)! 



Cash and Exchange 124 

Real Estate 24 



MARC1I 1, 1886 MARCH 1, 1838 

$414,666,4 : 
142,687.83 \ 



530.5; 
400.00' 



$440,345.48 



MA1U' 



Capital , $ 

Deposits 



MAN 

86! 



ji 3,87!: 

■J4,ooq.po 



:.; 24,000.00! 1 , 

! $581,354.04 ! '' S^B1,874 S sOSiJlisil 



l f 



BH-ITIES. 

ill. 1S86 ! march 1, 1888. march' 1 
50.000.CX) i $150,(KX).1X) •' &f)W. 



Undivided Profits , pu,151.71 



417,379.01 
15,976.13 " ,lj 



$440,345.08 $583,356.04 



Transacts a 



General 




P. M. CASADY; 
G. M. HIPPER 
JAS: G. BERRYHILL, 
SIMON CASADY, 
ALRERT C. GRUSS, 



r 1 . 



>L 1 



1890 
35 



MAR(?H 

8j 8221839.68 

'311 $1.61' 
54 4io/00 



|,l89fe,' > ; 



5{>7,38p:3q 

— f . 



1890 'jpARdull, 18()2 
,fH)bi00 , I $ 300,000.00 



87( 



.356..71 



lf.S74.B3 



I 38|il,874'.-02 •• $1,188- 681. 29 
1 

Busin 



, 1 i 1 ; : r .i 
' • ' ; : ■ 

President!.. 

yice-Presin^ijits 

I ! ■' 
Cashier. 1 

Asst. Cashier 



1 



ss, 



I 




JOHN M. 



^ , f»reBi«i!i 



ER, Secttary. 




cc|?Pr4 




LEWIS INVESTMENT CO, 

! . ! I ■ ■■ 'I , ; ' ■ : ' t.i! 



316 WEST FIFTH STREET. 



Cdpitai AutboHzed, $4001000 

V ! 1 , ; ' '. ' 

Capita! Paid, $150,000 



oans, 
rrants 



Negotiates Real Estate 

1 1 i ••' ; | ; J T 

Deals {n Bonds and Wa 

of Counties^ Cities land School 

: ■ i . f ! . i | ■ i • 

Districts, and in Real Estate 
■ ' ?]f i i ' ■ 1 

; Mortgages. 



INTEREST; hPAID R 

gei.hI: 






DEPOSITS. 



George: «Hi LEjWis, ' president 



W. A- ^Iotc^'kiss; <L 



Lewis \& RMaL; Attorneys. 

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(See Eisftt Top Corner Cards.) 



"ting Stic'y. 




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WYM^PRE 

' Ex-Eresident 



S, FJ 



OUHY 



Attorriey^atLa 



Co., Eas 
Lumber ,0 



Vice-Bresidiiit 



Ell, if J G, SPINNEY 



Ex-fc 



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of 



Hefti 



resident 



IoVa'fblr 



GARDNER, 4O I >I 

' Cashier of D 



Vf^ilE .&ijPRQl)T3 



8 Pit 



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G.Mcsgo; Treasurer Des' Moine 



'Mil 



.»)ld 1 -0ver;;$; 



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ms 2,16, .217, 2(8 Yjoartgerman[s 
New Block., 204 Wf|t*) Street 



#Des;MqineV^a. 




lEEtfT, 

If c \ ' England Loan aricj Trajs't Go 

idpRESIDENT,-.; j 

Member. Eighteeatfl Gen^l 



mpany 



and Secretary Lief{i,j Prouty 

~ inek 

Utefs Moinefc. 



Hfr 



II^TEJttslf 



:GHT' BOTTO^I 



£b ES 



ITARY MP MEAGER 

ington College, and General "Manager 
, Life Insuifantfe (£6. of Npw'Yoijk.. 

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T. 



Assembly; 

<5:Abb'ptt 

Fence and 



pALLOWEDiON TIME 

tr^fe Secretary and Manager, 

■ : 'i.'-ji-'.-. fiS, 




Deposits;' 



9±! 



DES MOINES CITY 



Central loam and 



HOME OFFICE, DES 




NESi IOWA 



BRANCH OFFICE, OMAHAJ NEBRASKA. 



II 



CASH [CAPITAL 



$2ob,dq6i(i>o. 



;j BANKING CONNECTIONS. 

-' J ; i ; - :; ! . ' ; . ■ i : ■ ' 

Chemical National Bank,, AVja/ York. , , . 

| • | D^ Moines National ^AiiK,\ JDes'^fohtes. 

! ' ! OmahA National Bank, 0/ ici/ia 



i i i 



OFFICERS 



THOMAS HATTPN, / 



AND DIRECTORS. 



resident. 



0\ H. PE&KINSJ yUc-^Wsitkn^ 
D/ B. LYONS,! Treasurer and Manager. 
F. A. PERCIVAU 
B. S. WALKER, 



A. L. CAMPBELL, Attorney \atr.t Secretary. 

HON. A. B. CUMMINS, Counsllhr. 

CHAS. E. BENSON, Assistant Secretary and 

Special fcxaminer. 
F. S. TREAT,; Cashier. \ ■ 

R. R McCUTCHEN, Assist tip t Cashier. 



ri 



, .. OMAHA 

' C. A. Starr. Imanagkr. 



QFflCE: 

E. N. Bd^KLL, AS8'T MNGR. 



A 




WEIGHT, Presides*. I ; 



T:|\YEtLSLAqER ( | V.ice T Pr^s^ent 
SAMU 



BL k| MERRlit. Treasu er. 

l L ■ .1, ! >: ■ J • • 



Partial Lis t of Stockholders. 



HON «E0 G: WR GHT, P^esi<|ei it Polk Coin t 1 
,, ! t ayings Bank, pea Mpiries, E ejCJiief Just c» 
1 i Jsupreme Coiirtl of lloWti. . ' •' - ' 

R.T. WELLSLAGERi PiW De* M)Jn<& Natioibl 




M<#&. 

8 



' Iff. H. tfERRjLL, P 
f I n>f )e's Moiuel. 
W.D.EJOAS.CaBliaerVail] 

I )>* Moines. I ! J \ i. 

A. J. WART, Cash; er Polk Odtinfr fcaflngs, Bab 
/•: OX 3es Moines./. i| •',.'* L ' 



bit^ejisTN JtioLl' BaW 



IRA 

REV. 
MARTf 



pilleyfNatijot 
?olk C< 
Jialijl '•■(( 



nal Bank! df 



t T 



C ALEFJ I apiialikt ((formerly of Dek 
dines Paekin ? Company). * j ' ■'"' 

L. CONGE S. Fasa dena," C ilift rnia , 
» TUTTLE J E t-Mi ly'or, anjl Trustee 1% 

' «s Bank. Dies iMu 

i Natiowl 
a}ik. dnd [ Hqjgb SfiVfftgf I JJaiflc, pf lie-* 

ngton J. if 8 



pie 's'Savings Bank, D es iMoini >h 
V. BQWMANJ Dlrecor in ] ow 
i.Baijt dnd (HomlB, SiVJftgsl Jai 
lining, Gejnerlfj-Ajeiit Wf s» 
t . Insurance Company. \T ! t *- 

| , AYE|r r, E.MEE ! K,T?iiifto?iiiP61]: Gounfy «a 
f| i ■; ijnssBank. i, " , ; I - ; : | : : . •' 

jr. S WRIGHT, General Attorney di: the Chicago 

r! Rt:kl8hin^&P4iflc|HMlwa} T Companyf 
/S.R' W'TLE, DJ^jctdi-inJV^lley Nktjonal Bq 

County 1 Savings BaM 



„ ;ih Trustee: iu pi 
jf , <f ip^iMoineH 



M-tfoiri*., Ltf 1 }. 'i'!.: . • ' i 
NDSOR, 'I r i«fec- Pi?lk. CbUty Savt 
ikJ .PresWrit ip<M Moines Papking C( 



Savins 
C<)n 

I'll "! TF! » ' ' 

,DirWlor|fn Citji^e'iiH Nattob 1 
B| F. $jj|BERT, (Jaj]i*t; |D& Mfe ne*. ; 



f JOHN) CROLLINapf r^ 



J.AU 



I- 



jbixji^'r | Valley' Njitional Bartl 



IfAYii-rE; MebK, 



b: G. EDMUNi^O^, Secretary. 
■■. H.; wl \p)BEiR,-Ai sL Secretary. 



Y- 



of Dm MoVnes! TruHtee n Polk County 



Savings B^nk 

PR. M P.TDRNEI 
; ^ Street Rallroa 
.Say ingn Bank 

j olK county saV 




bimder pfUhe De^ Moines 
oihpany. Trustee In State 

INGS BANK, Des Mpines. 
COMPANY, Des Moine^. 



TATE iNfel/RAN,Cl 

C.'lCuklMINS, Secretary Ebullable Life Insjir-i- 
ahee Company, of Den Moir ea. I 

GILBERT, DIrito in Dei Moines Nattoftul 
Bajik; ,Starch Manufacturer iGilbertStaifch 
»Wo|rkh). , I •-, , > - \ , 

^jtffllOKEY.Dir^ctor in Dek Moines National 
j?Pankj arid vtee^Preeident ■ People's SavirigH 

(f^IEEltlW^vi^ Engineer, Des i&oines. 
iT. S. jeATI^CARt, Fprmer, Dei iMoines. »■ , 

A. :NI DEN^f AN, .Secretary Dei Moinee Wat^r 
iVorks Oompanv. ' ' i j 

MARCUS Ydu^KER,; of YJouiiker Bros, Mer- 
hantn, Des Moinet*.- ■ < : j !; 

B f JHTE WART .' Capit|i|isl,iDes Koine*; ; 

llWllSAAC'BRAMiiiVPostinfaHfer, Des Moinds.. 
COL JEDWARD MART1INDALE, Director ilii * 
1. i^owaifNatiopal Bank, De* Moine^i 

nirec " JT ^ 

)ihe 

E. 6! ^ELJ.HOgFER, Des Molne*. - 



'9. 

iOjdllRTISS,llDlrectoif 'in Mijiquardi Savings 
ankf Desafoihes, 1 - 

iKy.lb G. B A RNESl Hartford, Conn. - ,! 

ELI.HOEFER, DesMoine»> I 

WM.AlCRESW^Llf, Des Mnines. 
H.W., WEBER, A*si>Unt Ssctetaiy of Companr- 
SAM]L] A/! MERRILL, Treasurer of Company," 



DAIUNDSO^, Secretary o 



Company. 



H. Windsor 
D; G 



EdmiIndspn, 




96 



DES MONKS CITY! PIRFCIOKY 






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NEW 



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ENCLAND 



itMIMMHI !■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■ ■■—■■■! 



' 



• i 



■^•■•Mumaa* 



AND TRUST GOMF ANY. 

■•nuili4twHniHM«H|iMa4»HMliiau»tha »■■■■■»■ mmM*«M»iiBBii««i«« laau ■^■■■■■■■■■■■■i 



313 Fifth Street, Des Moines, .;lo*i. 




Paid Up, 



This Company is the Largest Financial 



Institution in the State. 



age West and East and in Great Britain. 

! ; — * ! 



This 



mi aiiuiMiaiuif 



$750,1)00, 



It has its, client- 



L 



s Gpmpan) r receives .deposits and 



<t 



pays) 
interest thereon, lit issues Debenture f)onds 



00 



and 



nicipal bonds. . t 



negotiates the, sale of State an dj, 






:L 



O.jO. ESHBAUGH, President. 
t I \ W. F. BART 



OFFICERS. 

j \V. \V. WMTMER, Vice! 
LETT, $ec'}| and Treasurer. 



s JOHN 
, : ; G. 



{ 
WYMAN, ' 
W. MARQUARPT, 



-President 



DIRECTpRS. 

E. E. SAVAGE! j! ! ; 

FRANK! K. HIPPLE, 

RICHARD B. FERRIS. 



(See Backbone ) 



E. D. SAMSON, j 



Mub 



HEN 



RY WHEEEN, 



/. 



1 ! 




* Business- 



98 



DES M0INE3 OITV DIRECTORY. 





OF DES MOJNES IOWA. 



Incorporated 



Mi the Late ofltta. 



Pro.<ido\it and Atlonl$v\ 



OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS. 






I '/(O-Pros iiiiiif \n 
So, ro.'ah', 
Maua 't\v of, AJo/uios, 
Hon. 0\ />'. ./jm'< 



d Troisier or 



I 



' EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. ' 

A. J. Baker, O. 15*. Ayres, J. W. Mtif 



Home Office, Rooms 






iy 



Han. A. /. Hakct 
- ' l)\. ty;l>is .Schooled} ^ 
■■- !- Ca/>Uj\w. Muffl 
- \- dpi. Sjir. Maltb\ 
Chifinoh'or (i. T. Carpenter. 

■ i i''. ■■/ i- 

' TRUSTEE. 

i ! Valley National Bank, 



Des Moines. 






509n51p' Youngelman 



Cpr. Fif h and ijMtHb^r^y Streets. 



,/< 



£. Tweniy Cents •aDfiy' is $1,000 in Seven Years 

AUTHORIZED 



CAPITAL 



: $50,0QC 



i i 



THE UNION is practically a co-operative, shviim.-i 
bank, organized strictly in ! accordant-.* with 
the provisions of Chapter t>, Title IX,; of .the Code 
of Iowa, and its shares afford the best possible in- 
vestment for surplus; or pavings. ! Throe classes hf 
sfock, par, value $l<)()iper share; $1 per shun* tuei^ 
bQrship foe. ' 

CLASS A— Savings :md Borrowers f>8 fts ptjr 

month. ! j 

^'LASS'B— Investors, prepaid: $10 sinjidh paW 
•-■ »' merit; no dues; no tines; will mature -in ■ six 
: yeaxs or less at $100. ! 

CLASS C — Investtir.^ full paid ;,$100 single pay- 
, merit; full dividends in cash in January and 
• ! : July of each year. * , j 

L.I.I f STOCK AND IUVrDKjNDS CIlKlllTED AKE WITH* 
DllAWAHI.K ON NOTK'K. ! 

" Every cent of profit earned by the Union is distri- 
buted twice a year anions the shareholders, and 

( SEE RtGHT'^IDE. LINES ) 




,000,00 



ev^ry dollar invested earns exactly the sAinje 
of, dividend, no matter what clusH of stock i([r 
shjitjs, anjl the rate of prollt to shareholders 
far lias bj*en froml 15 to 1? per ;ceht per year.: 



rate ; 

*pre< 

thus 



FouFKr|rtrnK«— you cannot fo'rfeit any: part of 
your int(«e<t in the Loan Fund, i 



beneilt of shareholders. ( 

Sixty years of s iccess guarantee:? tl 
the system, in general. , 



lExTii.y Assessments.— There are liiomi. 

k l I ' I ' ' 

Safety.— The Union loans to itp hi 

on real e'Htate seenrity worth double the 

start, 1 andevory month reduces tire face' 

' Safer th'an;-a sny 
profitable. ' t 

A* safe, as a, government bond an 1 six! times a 

prpiitablk '/''■'' I I 

Intere^t.componnded .twelveitimo^a <*oar for tl 



iaTol|olders 

ijmuat the 

i the face 1 )fj the loan. 

livings, bank and ; four! times as 



the 
ej merit of 




ofh m m c6$[&lmi pstrijL: di: Td -, 



V' J! I l l - ■ -■■ f- 




SSES 




. ! 



Fightrrimea 



IE | , — ,r 

Ul' 1? fj U" !^ on] H§jTjMnthe^|t j . ) 



(.' "■ 



The M 



,000,0) 



qipFfqE^s 



•„ i 1 1 



Wellsl'ager 
Hon OB 



-II 



i j. '.;BflWjMQR,i 



.Ketil 



:• Off 



in 



Cash 
Cash in 
Bills l:| 
thief or; 



E 



owind line] < 

'" . /I 

?i . ... I 



I 
of Asset? docs 



:>r ; 



(leal is a.tb Loans r. 

Stocks, Bonds" aji<Ji C^l^at^ra 

Iio|n # f| 

tate, incluMtnl* "HAmi 

fyafk andfifi (j)flic$ 



Ha^ids of • 'Ag|n 



£eiVibie,* net 
'^nfsa'nd Rsi 



Li''-L"'i; • 



otal-.^sfedts 



is Company 



OWI J 



-(S 



, Ayfes 



3. a 



it f: 
1 tfeb. 



'i . i 



<j>flice 




S 

d Infer: 



fu 



riiiure, 



due 



not 






10 



J8,.75 



r 



la aidl' 



e em.i 



)1| 550.5 

(2,51): 
)0 f j!o()j ! 



$&,50 



to 



vv. M.iye* 



•.i 



jpfiN YPQJ:hi:es, 



RIS 

EJLl o:: 



Q EFE; 



Di 



boocrd oi |>j Rectors 



yp/v.r/* 



OWAi 

219, 2?1 



Tfo Vice- P rest 

\r \ •••' 

secretary. , 

. i i / . i 



AND 



...j 



PtSS^ETS Ja^'y 



^534,^65.44 



J223 ijoUKTfi ST. 

■n; • 



1st J 16^2, 



r jr ( r/'. Secretary.- 
isiiOR^, Treasurer! 



\ -. 



id j «-. 
pi e< 



>4 



)> 



J? 



to! the atov i 'j .8 lets 



*ec {i&eon front 



, ;«f 



Hod 



eo 



i 



Ruser* 



»'Ol', 



idi 



UFpMAN, 



$■ 



R 



iin *le past due prtimiuni ncte, judgment 
ncjr pejrsonal property. 



N?t' 3ur 



]':emiu3i IT 



\i •' 



N. Tj Guernsey, 



Glapp, ; 



i H, A. Elliott, 

T. '$. CAtTHCARt. 



' t 



JUIABIpTXES. 

^pitaLL..,.'.!j.Jj.$ 
for. Reinsurance. __ . 



lOthe- Liabilities. 



plus:, j, 



--f 



l-v 

ti()<).(H)|).00 

270,881 (37 

:i.?,:w .:w 

2 ,2!))., a 



Tc»tal , Liabilities; 

rsj 1221,299.41. 



tei .Amoutlag te tiit 1225, J00.00 



umlchuiilfle^ Insurance.) 



S53;,50 ( r i 



a mo 



DES MOINES CITY DIRECTORY. 




fl:N IOSftm INSTITUTION 



Indemnity Against Fire, Lightning aiid Tornadc es 




{{et 5 



G> 



TT&T 




Confines its Biisiness ; to 



,* j i<i j. *<ju->Bar«BiiB i' wi ji«J 




i l 

f 1 
■ I 



IaWk. 



Largest Gains Lowest Ratio of 



OF 



Y 

I 

Office in 



H.NY COMPANY IN fTHE 



«■■■■»«■■■•■**■■■ ■•• 




st&te. 



Nc 



; ?atronize a Home Company and Help to Build 



Up Iowa and; its Queen Cjity. 



Company's ^uiiaii% ^5 Cdjti|f if v|e. 



■■■■■■•■■■■■■I 



s. p 



«H re i 



ary 



I • 



C ROUNDS, Preside! 




Lot Bints j 



sses 






U.. 



. \ (See RS 



and Managor. 



? h f 



» r 



. I 



Side 



Lines. 




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VII) 




& 'Qp$ 




slil&s 



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102 



DE8 MOINE8 CI 



)ItYJ<blREC] 



TOIT r . 



mm Rule Giotimitj 

617 Waln^ strfeei. 



•rrf 




Mejn's |furr):isbing 




t 





taoods 



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fl ; w 



d a 1 
ddq' 

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o. 
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TO 



rr 



Fine Goods 



Our 



a Spe 



Terms are Cash Only, \ O 



iir Prices 



Same to All, which) We Guarantee is as 
L,ow as the Lowest. 



I 



the 



D. M. JOhfN^OM 

[ Wholesale Department, Second Floor. < s 



t. 

ee Ileft TM L 



dialty 



are 2?£bso utely the 




ines 




hesancTCanl 



/ 
mller 



Ctyth 



Wr 



DBS M0INE8 CITY 



i \r 



DI&EOTORY. 

T — T^— T 



ANUFicrUWiiR OF 



Baffi store 



.v ■ ~ 



I.'! 



and' 223 

1 -I ; ~:t 



I 



i I 



1 .' 



WAN TEL AN 



r < 



219 ar;^221 Weil Thir^Street. 



nd Office < 

Order Work. 



oik;' 



H 



Second Street. 



1 1 



■•»- 






a:t ih 

it 

412 ANt> 



Sena 



U 



]Wip^w. Drapery . an 

,| t|he litest # 



or Prices arid 



i I 



t< 



urns 



Samples of 



(SEIr 



V ■. > I 



GOODS. 



ITURE HOUSE 



rpet Depjirtment 



ssds. of ; Furniture, ; 
re tiouse in Jhe West • 

4LIMUT STREt-T. I 

Plushti^ 3n|:s,:anc ,all kinds of l phols tery : Godds 



3A«;;c 



COVER 



) 



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f I 



104 



DES MOINES CITY DIRECTORY. 



THE i-ufrctsT » pimo m 



THE GREAT F R 



ESTEY & 




NEW tQRl 

i 

— — m^^> , 

BOSTON. 



step 




ORO, VT 

i , i 



My&S!3> 



-I 



CHICAGO. 



MADEV 
UP0N x ^ u 

b HONOR t^^^^h- J\^&^i> 

sold UPON HER,* pwkm'm IM 

- - y ^!T ,;:" , ' :• '>**"* TONE 
KNOWN THE WORLD OYER^-— ' J 1 



London, Eng. 







(URCHASE direct from the ManutaGturers 
money. In dealing with the branch hous!e at E'es 
ypu are dealing direct; with ttye Manufacturers, Mr, 



Are Known [the World Over. 

$10 ! Cash and $10 a Month buyp any 1 Pia,np p^. Organ 



Manager of this branch house has resided 

many years, and personally endorses every warranty issued. 

We Have But One Uniform Price l! 

We Do Not' Canvass For Jrade 

Ogr Coods, as OurselvesJ^stabliehDi inll346, 



iiyj Des M^p^s.j for 



save 
Moines 
ehrjian, 






in tho Hoube, 



ESTEY \& CAflP 






Full Line of Musical Merchandise, Sheet Music and poolis 



W. H. LEHMAtf. 

1 ,4 






J«U 






Manager 



<oi< 



>.$ 



"•) 




AT 
R WEEK. 



YQulHSl 




ablished 1867. 

R. T. DAVIS, President. 





Full R 



cprpor 

Nt R. DAVIS, Secrbtdry. 



WILL 



ICH 



DEFLO 

ST. JOSEPH. MISSOURI. 




R. L, Davis, Mngr: Des 




118 West Second Street. 

( ^>ee riiUt Top Lihes.) 



10S 



I)i:S MOINES ■ dlTV DIRKCTOKt 



HRRRY \^ E:s 'i r 
- Des Moines^ Iowa. 

Secretary, Treasurer and ic ing Manager, 



W. S. |E LL,^|WORfTH, 



j. h. Windsor, 

Des Woine9, Iowa. 

Manager Smoked Meat Trade. 



I 



President 



Liverpool. ; . 

and Qqi eral Manager. 



Smoked Meats a Specialty. 

! i '■ ' ! ■ " I 





SPECIAL BRANDS 

Sugar Cured Ham, 



Windsor Sugar Cjired Breakfast Jacpn., 

AND. 



mww «»« 



■utMiiuin<Mni'«» i*aaa 



Pure 



Kettl 



) Rend 



ASK FQR 




ypEi. 



Our Smoked Meats are for Sale to i I peers. 



Bred 




Leaf Lard. 




•r 



Phone 



>) 



r ■ < f • . ^ I 'i , • ■ ; * , 




l<S45J, 



tf 



Office:, i m 



FfesitU 



1; 



w if 



i mmnati 



■a mmhwhMmi 



Sell 



017 Ea$y J^rnii$. 



II Glapp Block, 




110 



DES MOINES CITY DIRECTORY 



r>»' 






>l\ 












* 



JOHN L.WRI&H' 

HATHR^FUR^IWfil 

402 WALNUT 

DES MOINES, 1 A. 



^ 



it 



Exclb.si'xre jR.g 017ft 



Knox and 



Monarch Shii 



ti ■ '. 




1 1 



its, All Sleeve Lengths 





PPOSITEROCK 




RitES $1. 50 and S2.0D Per Day. 



...iBi^'iHall.Co! 
j|ly : l.ojcat^W 



ISLAND DE POT. 

1,;. : ''■■';: . '\ "I !''-• • i ' L ; 



neoted 




II 





E8i MOINl 



1 tllifi: 

ClTTiD 

1 . ■( ! 



EEOjrORY.i 



I ! <' 

MM B^ La 1 , , aM* * mm 

pjHiA.iyi 



507^P9;WALNIJT STREET, 



r 





JHEjbNllY EXCU/SI7 : 3r^E 



FfOU^EUNTHE: GITY. 



iRLt-GO 







OlJs.Mf^^ 



£ >ha>rls| and 



osiery, GlovfiH 



ear, Handki 



^t|ons,Para^dl^a iiI irAbi cM 



Curtaim 



tc Goods 





i •. > 




FRIGE DRY|GQO0$ 



iPWRTMENT^ 





CJOT/TY |OJ 




3LAIN FilGURES. 




Drees Good 



t^, j,iyacefr, Em broideries, lj<^c 



[kigsl Buttons 



uuel^eepjn ? jtbodaj Flieiniiel 



~— i — . ■ ;[ i ' . \\ : 



1 ']■ ' ■ i 

Clot ike, Jack*;* 



Undcrwt ai- 



and Small 



a, Blanket 



211 



FurriUhlng Goods. 



». 





FINEST 



0FF16E BUI 



CONRAD YQUNGERWAN, OW 

Office: 20* Y^UNGERiyiKP; 



. ; i 



;jtno. S. EJHE BTfj, President. 

•JACOB S; ERlERy^ VIce^Fresia.eiiii, 

d f '.j • ' BtiREW R. SHI RIT1 I 

• •) ■ ■ TH, |„., .y ; .j| I,, v.1 



■; 



ur; 



A U8 



TF, 



.b 



T 



[RECTORY. 




115? 



HABDY b. riARlttlSiSeci-oWry.! 
; j HENRI C. H 4 R BIS, Treisjirer. 
ii ant General JMaiiatrer.' k 



BftSEMENI 

Kitchen 



FIRST f LpOR-rfiiks 

Undej'wpar, jijNotibns, 
; Shoes' jeWMry| (ietits' 



i ' ' i > 



SECOND l : LrtdRJcioak ? i 

"■ 'GqpCty | MEN) ANDjJBOYS 

linery. 




fo 



■' 



If^OOR 

Decorations 



■Carp 



JRTH FLOOlt-Dr 



inc 



2tS, t 



jssnijkers'^cch 



]#". ahjd X or i|>ton, LadieV Fiibli c 
Room, Check Room wftW valtikl 



^anc^ Gentlemen's Restflt^raijit afljc 



jFlOOR^jSalesxipnisj 



i . ■'' I ' 



r< fleli 



Officer =irst 



1 



N. B. 

yer all go<j) 



-tjW i 'check 
qs yn thin th 

11 ' ! :l 



■ ■ .i 



joqqs 
*inerk 

Furnish i 



Wrip 



pljolstij 



:»€■ 

»# 



Dresp | 

■ftoJ 



fy. 






ible 



of 



r, \ 



UCYSf. 



(Curtains 



< ' ■ -t' 
Gop(ls, Trimmings, Gloves, ;H3siejry, 

rnent, Domestic |JGoocls k | Bjbors ^nd 

rdl Hats, Candies,! Spda Water. I ' I ' 



■ i 1 ii ! • .r. 
atajbihg; Embroider^ Material ; and 



t 



ad{je~Midan^es 

R'jcis^tioE Room, 



pucka 



<iQchen 

I ! 



I 



the ]WpOpS-te 



m 



p^cl ages to 
My lim'i 



e ci 



its 






ERB 



I. JBINS Fl^rNITURE COMPANY. 



-—i- 



!O0r, TejiforiDJi ■ (b ft Ice, Tel^hqm 



£ 



depots 



Hats and 



Furnishing Goods, 



(Window prapjery; Wall Paper dnd 



. i ' 



fs can be lei t to be called for, Ladies' 



Cunningham-Stevenson, Pari- 

Lapies' Tqilet and Dressing 

\L3 



\ 



Faiky 

Mil- 



F I 



■rf 



and 



ti 



run our bui to and from all trains, 

HA RGB. 



Postdffice. 



■lie 



DES MCINES CITY DIRECTORY. 



J. W. McCLAJRE, 

1170 Wiley Street. 



McCLURE * DAVIS, 




310 Wost 



f ids W. Ninth Street. 



!f f ' 



!', ':" 



1 I'. 1 ' : i ■ ' ; i 



, 'j 




AN 



Fifth Street. 



gito ph 



FOR SALE AND EXCHANGE. 



SEND 



FOR CIRCULAR 



(see back covbb.) ! 




PEJifdij 






I 



W Kit 



The 



tWCftTE 

( y.NQ uMi 



mt tokftow 
ljufiilojiL i 




|A(1 



GBNIS3 



itlT 



EQTOBY. 



i i ;. 



-JL 



rvNi 



p^vta 



JR 



i \ 



< i 



USINESS? 

AjN • CjPjCN Q^HJJti <>$. 

Is Wt (falT SC* OOLSln "Jukli to H c{ M.jh nu 
'cr)ji{p!J tl|c (|jl!o\i|in|f fuctit willjhri ) you. ' 

cge, 
rthand, 



apital CityiCbinmercial Col 

CiipitalCitV S:hoolof Sh 
^<: ines 



Arej t w » r5 -»■«• 

and 'jf -ache'r 
lies j; Men an 
atesU positv 
hndBusiness 






toftiejf^ndl 
le ijii i 



til ell oveJ 
?■ IT ITJOJ 



it 



IOWA, . '-fi; I I /? 

of Commerce Iti the West, They ^j 
ts.jPpiimeh, Hcpurters, LaWyers, 
T&ey $re! redomrjicnded by 



i) ie Great ;si JS hobls 
ilt y the ncs^ §.c :ouiitii 

is ai o ^re j)[ajfpnizeti"j>y Merchants, Hankers - 



«dl Tfo e y $ re j redorhrh ended by Husi- i| 
ReppitprHi j Tneyjassfist their pftidu- -H 



Bo^fr 



°3 



th< cbniitj-y <i»n account of their 
Itjataldgrues sent free. 

EW^&ilM, Rr© 



I 1^8.) 



!• . ! 



<— + 



14* 



;t , 




ifmiaiarai 




■ ', 



nun 



LL 



WW" 



ILi 



T.tlephbnej 





Iffi 




y©«' 



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"* (SEE 




OTTpM 1} 



^oe.j; 



118 



PES MOINES CITY DIRECTORY 





For 



4END f=OR CA"ttAL,OGUE.- 



!l 



12 FOURTH ST. 



Maatyn 

I I 

SEE 'RIGHT tOP CORNER CARDS.) 



Wallace, 



WRITING M 

WW , ii- 

"It Stands at the 

Speed, Durability, Simplicity and Ease of Opdratjo 

Typewriter pesks anl Siippp^s for allJM?ii!lii|iei 

R CA"ttAL,OGUE. — — » ' \ . ' ! ' 'f ■. j 

The 1^. M. B. SUPPLY tO,; 

D^SiMOlNESf .IOWA- 

, « ■ . i . ■ • ' 
es Repaired, Rented and Exchanged.; 




CONTRACTORS FOR 



Steam and Hot Water Heatii 



SANITARY PLUMBI 




II III 110 60 



NG, GAS FflTTING, 



I 



A VISIT TO OUR SJAMPLE ROOM SOLICITEp. 

Telephone 68.j 71^ ^ALNUT ST&MT , 




I -DEALERS IN— i K , ' ': ., 

■ ' " " II'* •* I ' j 

WATER, STEAM AWPLUMflM SUPPLIES. 



Dfedl 





-H 



120 



DE8 MOIN 




IES 



OITY DIEECTOR 



f- 



A. H. WALKER & CO., 

PLUMBING, GAS ^ STEAM FITTING 



■!l I 



DEALERS 11 



Steam, Gas and Wjiterl Goodi 

HEATING. 



GAS FIXTURES, STEAM. 



Lif 



I MANrrk 

Til, Copper anil 



210 



CAPITAL 



Brick and 



I tH»nai»M»i«ManH«*»Mni' 



, Force and Drive P 



v 



H IGH OR LOW PRESSURE 



i 



i nps, Roof 



LTUKEHH iiF 






■ T-ELEPri 

Court Avenue. I 



Sheet 



ONE 747. 



\i. 1 



les 



(See lcif toH liii<'«. 



ng int Guttering 



. 



Iron Ware 



i 'i 



Moines, low: 



Office Over 



212 Fourth Street 



yarij sobra des mm 





qttisMdi^ 



jfrlce a 



32: 



LOI 



J 
KE 



SSLEI 



A 

ii.il- 



— 



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P9 [ iM 



i 



r 



u'ikEaSL,iiH.A 



3<meral 



I 



9 ^ r fH 

4- 



J!4 f i >urs evory day n the 

Li 



!f 



AfriG tIJTELY HARMLESS 



per [hoiIr. for oacti 15-cajidle 

tie|<;ur-re{nt is Supplied 

ovnt from above rate 

purjpoj** cf opqrtting AJY AND A.L^ ' 



avpag$r. 

t ! StJcjett'Wejst Sifcle. 




G. C. 



CO 



T\ 



NR/^DI. 



MOII^ESjlbWA. 



;122 



AfJ- 



WM, H- SINCLAIR. 



Pres't and Jreas. 



DES ](iOm}eS CITY DI^ECTOIjlk^ 



:;» 



SINCLAIR 'M|lNUFACTUpC' CO., 




-v 



G'EC S. WAHANA: 

Vlce-;Fres't and, fJec'y. 



12$ V/ESfT FIFTH STREET- 




..) 



■■■■■«■■■■■■■ 



DES 



■/ 



! OUR SPECIALTIES.! 

{; Sinclair's Baking Powcpr, Flavoring Extracts, Fruit jjuice. 
^Capital Liquid Bluing, pickle's, Mustards, Ar^mplife,; Inks, 
iJVinegars, Syrups. PIa\jkeye Spices, Sowing jMacMn'erpil, 
jiCastor Oil, Catsup, ,\ asa^ine, ;Etc,l , 

(5 EJi; RIGHT TOP CORfttR ^ARDS.) ., 



MOINE 



i RDBBEH STAMP, SEAL and S 




J. 




PCIL I (MS. 



Movable 
Markers. 

Badges, furnished 
latest! Improved 
Vulcanizer and 
Appliances, 



C. PEtfSjtON, 

RubM T: 



Mall Orders prompt- 
ly attended to. Give us 
a call or send for Illus- 
I.Jtrated Catalogue. 



407 Walnut Street; 



Rropr 



rpe 



All kfads 1 Lf Chec4 arid 



tb order! 



and ! Price 



k 



ew and 





Ti 



tyjO 



isters in 



Tit 



Siasqn 



M E AL !> 



Cents. 

i(pg and Ornamental 

nil 



lakes a Specialty, 



M 



124 




AS SIMPLE AS THE COMMON WO 



Forces "Water 60 
Double A 



A Pertec 




Send 

amine . a 

i Pro 

i. 

otherw 



Iron 



AS 



GOOD A! THE 



Fedt, ' ; Throws a (bilitinuius, Stream. 



cting, 3 > orclilaijn Lfned. 
Pump. 



I. 



»I*I* I KINDS ■■■OF 

1 6 Wpp 



J.PEGIftL 1NDUG 



for ca 



pt att« ht 



for 



811 



Also Dealer In 

\\ i — . 

WALNUT STREET, 



No 



Taste of 
Halt the if rice of hon. 



r 




ilogue 

1 nwlJ* 



tajogue and terms, 



ock and pricjes. 

X 



on 



SKS. 

pai< 



TO 



to all 



Pt^mpa or ^repairing. 




Till 



BE^T HON PUM 

•' ; J-i'-i 



Iron Kust. 



IE TRADE. 



or cal 



orders, fay 



W^SrjINQ M^Qr|!NE:$j 



MOINES 




.and 



, IOWA. 



or 



<£a lies aJ Bici^bP 



1 j 



]>EEBI 



f. 



■il 



ns 63, 64 anc 
Office Block. 



i. 



8 M( 



6$ 



FICULTLI 



"VTaioBs, p|ere 



fy£l3pL 



t i 



cf 



i - 



^ 



CUtK}TORT. 



i: 



OLHTE 



W 



'Ji 



771 



Piv> 



WmJ MJ 



.i i 



12* 



WILCO'XK^ 



c / 



( i 



PES MOINES, IOWA 



E. I 



WHO .E3&LE 



cicazis, u 

D4i Uolnb, Iowa, 



LE 

Planters, CJarr ages 



■t- ! 



,i 



1 



*-■. 



l2Sfee 



Sa. 



urgor 



i 
llakesi 



Spec 



fish Gvercoat 



■Lli 



• r IT 



§i|ltS,v . 



*h 



and 



nr if T 



Wain 



ut 



atest' ib 



1 



Ru3l»er 



^eVi 



D woim OR 



w* 



£ I 



IV 



STREET. 

tacturers ot 



OWY 



«• 



A 



^■f 



T^peJIMetall Signs, Baggage C^ecksjj 
' I^e| tered jMeta Plahfe.ij •. 



Steato Hes t 



i i< 



li i; 



126, 



des Koines gity iiRECi|oEY. 





"W\ 



**i 



REAL E 



CITY 




Money 



We call espjecial attention to lots I in Fink 
This property is pigh and si 



dition. 



SUBURB 




Invested foi] Non- Residents. 



i r i w , ; r o L| - ( ... o . j 7 

very best portion of the city. Call 



214 FIFTH STREET, 




nk's Sub-< 
sightly, ilndlocatdd in 




THE QUEEN SUBURB OF DBS MOINES. 



To the Home Seeker it 



3ffer« 



Pure Air, j , 
Puri Water, 
Beautiful Views, 
Paved S 
Rapi 



rifetsi. 
Transit, 



And Is the Bite Upon Whioh 

HIGHLAND PARK NORMAL 



BUY A HOME MOW. 

Don't Wait Until Prices are WaV Up. 



FINK 

DES MOINE 



8 Buill 



the 



COLLEGE. 



For further Information call 
■ 'W. W. (FINlCS'ec 



HIGHLAND PARK LA 

» 

214 Fifth Street, Des 



O$or Ac dress 

a to.. 



oineii, la. 



HIGHLAND 

NORMAL 



Only Tw<i Years Old 



LARGEST SCHOOL TODAYIN 



Large Classes in 

ments 



The Accommodations are Firsi- 
Every Particula 

NEW, ClJEJWflNI> aiRY. 



^he Faculty 
teachers fti t 



is i compete 





d of the ablest : 



country. The L brary j 

Ijfifc ifeJiiipBis 



are equal tojany in. the 



,West. 
Pre^dent, 



O. H.LONCWELL.A. 

Highland Park Normal College, 

des momes,! OWA. 



f 




'•' 



■ N 



■-■ : -|f \\ {■■■ -I ; ' 

ii>E3 )MbisBfl.'qirrri«KEC'X)i 






! I 



ihurnes, SclnolS 




if f t , ,, 

it hi.--' the* -air 
|rj)ia';- ( tbe--.fii^l 
•short notice.] 'iallanl 



our 



My- 

cdnhn 




aid ^r'Bfuld|£Lgii 



&TQ 



H 



Co aibination Headers 



LJr di jr 



itktj| 
lltferi 

see m 



furnaces,!) tH^b^t; < n th| ill 



MfH 






! I 




HpT WATE 



I II * ND 
WARM 



tw k Wi 



,rMate,s , 



dost 



A I 



AND 



ipprq\ 



skilhd wo r <rnen, 



vprijijilatioii, |pkri|ymg 



ec, methods,, w th 



th^ best results 
$ ipf^n p^aris on] 
Examine I 




I ' !' 



$« 



tot. 



REAL ES 




CITY AND SUBURBAN PROPERTY 



\i 



HIGHLAND P 



Money Invented fori Nbri- Residents. 

-— trf~ i I T : y 

jWe call .ermecial attention to lots in Sink's Sub-division ! an 
ditipn. This property is high and sightly, aritf locatjed 
very, best portion of ' "' ^ 

W* 

«I4 FIFTH STREET, 




TEE PEN SUBURB OF DES 

i 




To the Home 



Seeker it Offers 



Pure Air, 

1 + Pure Wflter, 
y Beautiful Views 



Fink's A'd 

n the i 



»t 



IOWA. 



he ciiyl Call on oriaddres 

FMk, 

DES MOINES 

HICHLAND PARK 

L COLLEG 




Only Two'; Years Old' 

LARGEST SCHOOL TOM 



and ihe 



Paved Streets, 
J Rapid Transi 

And la the Site Upon Whioh is Built the 

IpLANDPARKillALCOpE. 



BUY A HOME 




|Don't Wait Until Prices are Wa 

iJFor further Information callfcin or Address 



i 



W. W. FII^K, Secrefajry, 



1 HIGHLAND PARK LAND 



1214 Fifth Street, Dee Molncis 



CO. 



Large ClasecB in a 



The 



IN 



meats 



Accommodations are ifirst-class 



:cp 



Every Particular. 



EW, CLEAN AN !► AIR- IT; 



Depa rt 



1 



1 



A] 



in 



J 



est 



The Faculty is j composed cf the a 

'•- ' ■ i . . • • i ' I 

teachers in the country. T 

Scieifl^iliiiipiiitt 




iej Library 

I. i 



are equa to any jn the 



West/ 



O, H-LONCWELL,A 



t 



. NIj, Ptjesiid^ntt 

Highland Park Normal College 

DES MOlttCS, IOWA. 



!)i;s 



■ *f 



LQeD,ees, 



><■! 



MqttNES c^TJt kbiMEcntoB' 






i^v 



to 






u 



4KTICt 
1:he iinf 

ffle fi ftjeljl_ T 
Eptiqe.||.'i|[!a| 
Hrria.ce Jt 




mn 



1 :kp 

best 



. i 



.if 



lter>' 




1EL( 




I'm 



liJSde^ (he 

I: 
* f 



I 



Esti pales 



. 



in; 



t 



M 



wi 



WARM 

:mbinatitn Heaters 



HOT 



WAT I 

AND 






AND 



ot I7a|e]? Healers 

wpfQn 

(1 work 



most a 
skille 




cebi. ! 



uce 



ldo 



ring 
ad 
you 



i < 



prja^d' methods, with 
men. 




purifying 
iesV results |, 
ans Ion -. 
Examine 




Strictly lirst-Ciasf ii All It 



Turkish Bath Rooms 



to. 



in Connection with 



the Hotel. 



Rates fronH $&50 to $4.&Q Per 



'- 



. BROWN, Manager. 



J, 



SAVERY HOUSE HOTfeL Bo., 



Appoirtmer.ts. 



!i 



0g£ 



PROPRI 



-r 



° 



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;129 




ii 



i 



I 




Eqiilpmeiikii.-rHo 



iimfllCollegei lit 



i 



Larg 
ffdr^jot stu 
heqt a persjbri rrja 
esi. Expenses It 
Hi^iland^ark 
ijpped insitutfo 
3 recede! at 
princples, tfcoroi 



Hdgkljf papery magafc 



ue 



;f. 



iv 

•<4 



1(' 



The 



,el|> students. "lAfltji 
the denrtmentiof Qi 
4mtoi a j and P iygio 
riia:b(ri!aidtha; l noej| 
Hnd P iik Norn alCii 

11 ho Ifaculiy.- 
It if. U e boast o! the s 

ICovriefkof Ntul 
W^<al,Wri&,Ci 
a)idPIij^calCiIture, 

[lx*<n«es.HBoa;d 
rcgillaVvorkoflttieF* 
ajtp-nU < r S50.0> for 



r<> ad 

B h d ja 

rr lal o 
aid 

qmpp 

acrim 



h( ao min|ddat dni? 



<*,|CpNeg<| Biill ingiifcelf i» 



of ties t iea*an 



Ies hnd pr hctiejbi 
cci Dimo|latI >bH., 

arhf Pt 1 fr tchoc 1 in ml wpi 
rooms £nd ther'arejnfiodel 
la lies :(irni8h iiuch Mr if riccoihWdlatjion 
V'Sj-t: Thefbohain ;]:0b,a lsfpnicfin 'man) 
Jf :hted bvelkt -icty Wd fti; Bishid \ 'Mi allWfnj 
Op t ;agft for ypu ng la I 3b Ar i mdc 61 * of : ieatfi< b> i 
Seated ty hot air or 'einqmL: ightel 3 r e ectrtjd 
a* on i F <j>r Btud mts fin [ *- l - T:? - 



tlBi 



rpfehe 1 it thja sainje jra 

schlooliiii frfie <{ Miiitryjs 
8^ 1 ne L brflry of 4 X? v0 
he* J iitni— l_...uj 



,tournttlii|ev}rytjiinj 
nt^ |av4 fH^lafc' :CTwt' > 



tii& thya 
Elgin* 
is jas coi 



EnginJ^ir 



ot ii Shorthand 
incfcpaysfpr I 
room reil t,' tu 

3enc for Catalog \( 



t,leleg 



11 



ipny, Sho, 
sjsaou p \V >! >k, roo 
of,, igh^t » hentsatv 
1 jCojirs^. |_p iai ma<*y 



peji Scipo 
ydarj '* 1 
>st ■ any 

jgii isic 
SginHi 

subsH 
d ; indie rfibi 



olin 

ige. 
very nemhel- 
"jopl thajj ;p» tedche 

.— Ijrop^ajqry lor 



W 






tale 

ulty 
h h£ desir 
ugust m, |89i , 
ed Dy Sail* |o pe the 



largesta'nd best generally 
pt iowa, T ( be siicjce^s of t le.sctool is' with 
schools, crj sin zed and dond xcted on businesii 
d^ing e>ie3jy ijiiig fhit i; £<{>oc. in rriofiern prin 

nHj 



jighland EPfirk Nqrmal C ollej?e are riot equaled bv 

elf inbibvlcedj wiih 1 irge. 1 ght/Hry' recitation 

Jhe. lalhj xo young men ajnd £he cottaj;ea for younj ; 



e leedeljn 



Etyt tgia J Ehgl 



el ) ae In 
sat ie rric 



;he; 



3)ec 




Op; ih Me\f:ritrpB8 (5 i 1 eni; telodi 
room te l ■afd .tuiWn fpf dne yea? pf 
h »at arte ! 
al Tefrti a jeiks ^ltiJBt'lW 

i iter! Mm >peflt Ho 
pi ing^ le r n ( pen» J in 
uinmerT^rn opelrjfclA 

dirfiir, J" ! ' v 

if i 



A Jjpeivrit ?g 8 
5d ndGO^'cient a 
a$$t^ceni«ia(w6 



of JExqe 



neerihg 



s to stilly. Accomrnddations- the; 



Behvee 



udentH ap are ftibt brovided |>}f any othe|rT echdol fn tbi 
2 py it with a ilbsfet 3 bV 7. fP^ey ire he ited by eteam, 
hitiire needed tfpi] comfPrt in^l acrambodation. TW 
tHeirarfangpi: erit. Th0y,a::ecirj(etedjt iroughout,ar<i 
lave b| th ropre a'artd city jwatek Ail ofjtl ie^ accommo 
!8 ichai ged by bosk fldhopia ! qr very poor iccommoda 

: . 'I ' ' . ' I ' Li'' I ' II 1 

pylded' with_ Pettier jeqtllpmcnis khari 1 Ughland Pari: 

jlrtie/i. TheiK mding.rodny Is fnrriished with daily and 

^tgpe] to male'a^eadiogTrpora plea»<artalddeBfrable 

jhe Lib'ra'r ah is alwayn (n the boolc ro >m ready to 

rtypf ^e dppaftppntfe afc-e a,t p4p4- ThP a jparatua id 



lelht Teachers 



harmaCy, CI e^mi 



ni,^0andlv3(K 



Schoo 



»try 



rthe inofc j thbropgH'etddy [of the ^v6rU.: In fact it i 
llj , equipped in all al \(h dppa A ?nt8jthan High:* 

:, M • i ■ ■ | 1 .!j ■ W !•, 

been eppssn with regabd to lisablity to teach; 

e'Hi ithat ca \\ be had in thp f6w try. I i : 

)Mac ic, ti pec^alpidacticyjrj^ia Trajr ing, Scientific^ 

inperir|^, iPh(|rmacy, [Busf lei e, Mu jic, Elocution 

ciftlPpijinan^hlp. ;\h 

e6k, 'tqjt on $1 00 a week In all th4 

k. " Tiiltipn; n Tele^iaph/is $25.p0 

mlf ^yhfttl ih urtuallV charged. ; The 

eringS2n.00a term, S140:0( 

fl 54.00 in advance pays foi 



Refill Kn^iiiee 
ve^ks. 'SI 



obtinqefj-llWetks. ,| 
ihblpr 1 is, ^1002, khdf dohtlnije> 11 vtqeks. 
|y i81, 1898, far djc^ritjnuefci U . ■ weekH<^ 
1)7, 1 SOQ^'ant | contirjues] 11 week*. 

1 iONCP ¥BLL, A , ; IT.L , Pretljden^ 

1 iollcafc, i DE8 mtOINEsi IOWA 



aidffpr workfh 



}30 



FINE p 





MOINES city dikecto 





O YOU LIKE 

JobRHrttm 



\Me 



> 



Or do you Prefer Cheap Work PoorljytExejcuted?, 



make a specialty of doing neat \v 
Legal Blanks fir sale 



J 



tec^d Floor 
DAILTI WS BUILDING. 



'1 



?rk and charge fair and reasonable f>ric^s; 
Come and See us. 



E E ADAMS 



DES MOINES, IOWA. 




ESTIMATES 



Orde'rsfor Cut Stone Trimmings Solicited 

. ! . ■ ■' II i m , 



MILL AND YARD 

Cor. feast Second and ViJie Si&. 



and 



DES MOINES 10 

n r th . 



Promptly f\\ 



RESIDENCE 



l'liT "Walker Strict. 



2 




JAME 




In Brick 





, Stone and Cement, 

kinds 

TO. 



PROMPTLY ATTENDED 



517 MULBERRY STREET, ! 

Residence 141-4 Seventh St. 






DES MOINES, IOWA. 



I >l 




MICHI 
ILLI 

pe^Me^M* 

'MIf 



^cdicali3ric ; 



Urch 



^ltlmorej Md.|; 
Fort Hnro 



339-10 



W ICAGO, IL] 



■ ' I \ It 



Deti 

Snull 



'»! *-iM\Ji¥E/52ta 




, alf i 



t, GjandKa 
ftpji flails, 



CI 



lire, 
Sleni 



, 122 

PA,P A 



& ILADELP 

i^PiANAPoLts, ifi&. 

!^l|NNBAPO^IS d MI 



itidath.TrllF'"' 



lUlMPHlS 



i^EpT4iMr|iA, 

KINTIGK?, 

i:j.Di/.Ntv;- ■. . „ 
w:;sptt5iN 



NESS IE: 2 



hp iOMi^f(jN p^ C^NAtyA), t 
ht t!l 



i ;• 



H&Sa 



M 



orne 



rjjeeis. 



enu< 
ndSltretit;. 



tag, 



re o 



* .: 



iWASHiNQW 
tc0tofeA])0, , , 

•il^EW MEXICO, ! 

NEVADA, ! 

Ariz on a, t 

J ARKANSAS, 



UikiiiedStfl-t'^. '*' 
y of the UniedStat 
rectory of the Great 



• i 



ey OityyJackBoi * Lansing,! Muskegon 



ee Mo 

,Seatt 
trand 



., Flirjt, M Ipiiui, Chebpy&an- 
Li Tja, lOhiD; Atlanta, Augusta 
Sen phife, T mi i; J IndianappHa 
MfnnJ; jAshland, 0«hkoe 
.. .j; Portland, a id Astoria, i 
facomu, Sookajie'i Falli; jand 
*-**' * ,y ih, and Puget $oi|nd. 



ida|io. 



r. 






r 



lskegc 
land. 



!lL_^_^ • I 1 • 1 " I' I -I ' f 



Hofnes 



aoeMadicbn 

;O,80Noctt 
^PaWmWn);,' Hew €hftmlb^r of Cpninierce Bldg, 



flUiO 
ORfh 

N|F 



.:T 



U 40 to 44 4«r ltd Street, VTast; 

:h Hi jh Street 
nh CI arles Stre t. 




HiMOLwM Olive StrM' fc . , 
l>,!OKi ., Corner FiMandjStark (Street. 
[NCISfcC j.GAl*., 606 Mojkgomery Street. 



4 



NES (CITY DIRKCTbltY. 




NATIVE 



Wfre dSd Picket Fencd, PdSjts, Piling, T|i 
,■) /and FiQishiog Lun)ber, 



l f ii. :|4 ao<(i 



Oak Finish and Black Walnut Dime ision Lumb 



Coal Bank 



AYS 



ON -HAND. 



i|es, Bridge 
2,'loches 



*H 



apal ( a 

SAWDUST, KINDLINGS AND WOOD 




OF EVERY 



1510 to 1630 



i 




Plank* 



ir 




Oil SALE. 



CUT TO 



MULBERRY ^TREET 



>J 



HOKE 393 



(NEAR CITYj W^kwaHKS.) 



DES 



MOINES, iow/v 





Ml 



F 



E. DUNG/ 




IGL 
FIRJSMA 

eamb^ 

WA 
L01(pO]fjfc 

ftOBEHWE 



j 



! A 



AL. 

'SIJPU 

ANPASHIKE. 

iot^if^.: (po. 

SBflpTON. 
N|A|FI0NAL. 






GLASycOMFANI. , 
INStJElAtfOE SpMPAWY. 

' U ■!!■'-' " i i r A '■■•" ik. V 

i I ■■ ■ "i ^ 

fr-i W. A. 

MOINES, IOWA. 




Z 1 




raw 



tallajnan PCdrfrui 
i »xrted yy 

% -\ } 
Med L ?al .C<jllc gk 

'■' "~ " - |oi: lei 



*| ao rps 



viti 
$i)jj»re nie 



Bible CoUege 

n.tri 



Col le ire off j) ML 



. Commercial Coll e a'cJwjit i| f>il ,pj>uipe line ejee 



lie 

"JL' 1 



:tiqn 



ft- 



V 



f i Anhe 
^6hdqtofJPaii: 



T 



1 



The Institution) go 
namely : located j foil 
, aiid nai «ln 



y|iii 



Fbycj 



rs 



.Expense 



\ 



II 



' 



KE 



-K4 



are ow an 

opeja!Sept«: 
ddi) 



tjve lfeads ol 
i 



UNIVEIl 



13'ir 
With 



i vpll 3<]uippec fcaoins; a full 

. "iidgi C:q.Je(»ie, iL'd., 

I -i.' 1 -' -Tj' PI . . 
efn| and w{< >m|n t $f 411 re 



en t :o,f , 



esses EJlahl: 
|sj piirp D 3 



wHh thte* 



Cj)l legia e , i vo rik] }f '* ny i 



i ^t^on£ in 



ye/ars .PrepaJatorlr reqUirenien^ ;. 



ears .Jrrep!&t,a.t.uijr ^c^uncnicui^ , 
of its Six)Elkcti\[e pourses.; lik , 
} y isli(deflby PresjB.afton O. Aytesworth, A.M., LL D. /-. 

"y ; . ■ i !■;■■ I. -v> : . t-'i ill I ! '.■ - ' i ■ !, i ! ! i! 

xijUpjej \?h 
bit |cprp|'e# l^prinlia^jektijla^tors - inqluc^g ':lf isa '~E^ta Sup- 



cjgejo^ 



e^jcdellenktjjui diijgs (and ££>£aratjis, an^i 
leaded ~ ' 



B.I.B. ft ; |Sj : Prijj<;ip;il: 



ajbtea jd 



I. 



iie Mode School. 



f 



I -ib^arat 



py De&n Lewis Schooler, k. 



Dear j 



experienced 

^r:i.cC/urse,-'D 
LiBitrtlett, 



'i, 



I ; ! ' . ! 
n Melical building*. , 

'chpcll of pWjAM^ of his j profession/ Ed "' 



ptjt, whojisiajisi \p 4 Uy i number of string ins tructjofs 



iaj enjro 



ITY. 



I Jiira W 1 *M r> ! ' vel furbished; and silccessftrl 
NJ SaikH J.i Gbttriell. 



ithjwsl ,e4Mjbpdti; 'serrate! rooms i 

^h^'.^eaV.ir i'-.lnT'! -H. ■ ' f 



I 



an uriusiial strong 

D| LL. D. ( ^ 

abd able Faculty headed *by Ex- 



* , 



igjous dreeds, has; :ull courses 'of 
:facher:5. A, I: Hpf)bs, A. M. ( LL 

inducted by eight erjnnent teachers 
usical Direcfo^. 



lent e! 



quipm<fnts. i Angu$ McKin- ' 



r 



und£r .the \ 



U!r^ e : indwell designed jbuildings, ieaxJlh most for- 
iclilties aggre^ate'mdre thai Flirty Inotruc 



raent pfe y m|oriA th£n 



]|ujrtaii€d Stjdents; 



For 1 



arcuausiully 



"T*Kr' H 



pleajjan,t. The Fall ierm of ^89^ : 



; jeci^j cata Ibcujes pp| information, address the res- i 
\ He. i Fc r' gc i leril catalogue pr inf orinaaod, address 

iNTERi OHANCELLfpR, 

DES MOINEJ, IOWA. 




h 



Stores* 

' Forty-seven Depirtrk 

at Boston apd New Yojrk. 

frajri Figures, One p'rice* 

aiLowMP 



"<: 



MADE C 



Men's Custom Clothing Made joOrd? 

i ii ■ 

J , Hats, 0ajpi and F 

We sell the B<k Hat !in thi World— Th 



Wine Stiffened. We ret; 



Good 



at Whole 

T 



CONrifflffiCLMIG flOISE 

~ i. . 'I' - L '■ J ,'_ . •' " = i 



Corner Sixth and Walnut 



B. 0. ttflNGER, Manager. 




Des 




LI 

utrnishing Goo 



il Geiij s If urnishijig 
ale Plr ices. 



Streets. 



N[oif)es[ 16 




.■',; 



30<>« 



already 
ly perfect 
ard moody 
c orient tinld 
nt3givc lcca 
oded ii] ! 8 



aiic , Manufaci ur sr a 
t»c pleased to 



tiroes 



IOWi* 



evelon 



'.*<:> 



T 



ipapdrtan 



t 



crgapei 

sec 



m >nl 






now in. course 
tl)e publish* rol tc maintain 
ind accuracy the GK£BT- ; 

to- ^the J^ubUCja' 'Work! a 
iji[».4|etaljl s as ii liberal expenditure of 
ery tiiiaihit ^erfalnB to ; the-|ik« 
jhe i« BojirjJe^ojr 'the f^t Ate or that 
ndiv dual Interests wl A |be 'foilnd' 1 
fc|t ( .| ic patronage of Merchant* 
iilthe oWa jtradel an*i '^llli'atjjali'! 
aft#- f Ionian rjall 1 Information in 6ur 

«r 





ft"!? 



J ! 



ines] iovte; 




201 West Fifth Street 



(North Side Postoffic 
Established in 1870 for the convent* 



T h 



Invention promptly and accurately pjn 
ted in the United State's Patent Office 



Special attention given to rejected 
Disclaimers, power* of attorney, 
ihannfacturers and recorded. Call 



ca 

Una 
on 



/ 



38. B. [Questions relating to the 
business cheerfully answered. 

■ ; ' I 



nco ofi Western Inventors. 

pared, and caveats and i\\. 

Foreign patents procured 
.sen. [ ' ; . j 

signmejits, licenses and 
or write to 



iipnli 



agr 



*ws 



Solicitor of 



I atents, 
Iowtt, Nor 



Jjrawingt. „. 
lifcationsfor 
;hjrough Fori 

eements prepared 



patents filed . 
ign Agencies 



g.of:wig 



IOWA PAT] 

;h side Po[st< 



lies, i Iowa. 



d, Specifipatkfns 



and 



fof 'patentees, and 



'E^ 



to fice 



of new 
prosecu- 



.v 



'OFFICE, peg MoiAes, 
Square. 




K TT 



tjfrbid. 



c pre eent 

NffofHar 
caUIDONI^N, S^otliWd. 

'•IIP - Uit. ■: i| '!'•' 

"OWl., Flttj^, 1 Iar|tfjorj4 

■ ! '""" '""" ' ;i '' 4, 



i 



FRAH1SUN' FIR 

ih la,. > 

FmlE ksspG|A 

■e:.phla.||- 

if "' 



biladi 



iam 



GEIIMKNI 

: X- • 1 1 

(W^CMHtR 

H Milwaukee 

J' ■ i \'- - - " < »-i -r ■ 




Yttrk. 



ttr 



Th 2sfc\Gojii oanies aFe thle very 
iflhe .UpitWs ales 
Lr<L*ti3 Frr^ lisnr;jnce, 
lerty of^lal 



by, 



We have 
. Janjd'i. 
kiHds iiisurep 



Bitty e|ii folate 
issite^ to people Ji 
to t ave i calfifrd 
Companly it thelcity 



i \h 



nsure 



f j r«.;wp,l»nfc ! n:.::.ify \\e\X riploy, i 'cifffcabdr against claims madefy; Em 



.UiGc4iiLi>ktl ! o»t 

,,„,,, ,- L H : -1i T.-T 

ujiJGs? £ntr t ^ted 1 1 o ,us v j U ft e 
Lcqident, yo'aiiwill hay 3 list w 



FM or Accident M>|i itafill hayb just 
% buildup ;k torlr ae eyen ilicigh 
d Ml i^s v ill prdt }ct you. . [ 



le 



iVf! 



NEW |H|tMPsiHI]*E, 

■ Vernier • ' ' 



NC 



f 



'! 



KND 



w#fl BRIfTISH 

5 l^ROaiH^ltE , England 

OflKWND HOME Cal fornlL 

SUM W*s[ OFFIC^, ^Englajd. 




:te, i.. 



owa. 



>, Wll 



IDieatE, MUniieafojllB 

(Yp'S PJUfltTE GLASS 

[eWY?rk; I -. ^ 



„ LbYJERsH.iJcariii.iTly 

TOSUtotEj Oor'p, Eng- 

and. .-'r • i j- ■ •!'• T < 



#|TWNbaRp;^iFE ANbi ac. 

; CID1B-NT: I etroit; « 'J '.j ' 

■ : ? • i • v ■ ■ j . ' " - j . I 
[can and English Companies diirig busi- 
(|h( knowledge of all questions arising -in^ 
ahtc e satisfactory aq justm em ts 'i if j losstes. 
,pi[re, Lightning, TqVnado ?n» and 
j ■• c 'buildings against loss of I re: its, px^sioried! 
i c fllabot against claims marie ], v Em- 



f e4j Accidejnt policies' and tickets of: al3 kibds 
Very tow Rates. M shall lie glad 

37?.i Kefererice: Any Bank or Loan 

i . • j .-j ' , | . 

yjatc properly looked afte-and 
havijodiigflt. Don't ^o without i i 

■ L I'" 

RVER 



n, case of 

j l , i"! - t - - o- ---r r — i isurande 
l.jaid hin/'the risk d^ losiag it when a. i 




3' 



K) 



DmMOIN|B^ CITY DjRECTO 



E^ 



PET^RSdl^ ^ NEI^SO 



IMCTIGAL H0R5! 



Buggy a 




m 



All Kinds 

W|agon ftepcjiij'jin^ 

OTICE. 



Plow Repairin 



Give Us a Trial. 




KSMI1HS. 



•> , i 



ENCE. 



TWENTY YEARS EXPERll 

315' West Second, Between Walnut 
DES MOINES, 



BEWARE 



m 



DIREGTORY 



1, 



Vour N^SgJibori Is As 





1 'i 



Locust Streets. 



One 



as 




Able 
self. 



¥0 B 




S^IST! 

deijidral Merchandise ' 



142 



I>E3 MOINES CITY 



^>IBEcj 



TOEY; 



F. A. Percival, President. 



Capital City 



j;F. Percival, Sec'y and Treasurer, 
Prink, Superiatendenj. 




Sas'i Doors, Blinds, and 



INSIDE FINISH IN EITHER 
klKRD 6JR SOFT Woty>. j 

OFp, BANK AND STORE FITTINGS 

A SPECIALTY. 




Estates on Mil 




, t 



ST2URS, RKIMNGJS^ NEWELS, 
BHlJuSTERS, ■ '' I ■ 



Alwi /s on Hand or Made to Order on Short Notice. 

■I ' TELEPHONE ^26 J ' 

Eas Second and Court Ave. ! 




DES MOINES, IOWA 




\- 



;i«j 



h'r. 



Bureau of Business 



des koines crnrpiK 

• I : i - i ; ■ / 




R. L. POLK 

122 La SaUo St., Chicago), 111. 

; i ill 1 '' i I 

Tfiis Company is p/epar^d to supply, xoni its Qhjcagp. Office' 
i the Mos|t Complete; and Accurate Eists <ff 

i ! M ! "l' " ■ I' ; ; " Ji- " L 

BUSINESS! HOUSES, ; | f JNCORPC RMED COMPANIES, 

ttSsobmTiojflS, 

cj:u.UjBS, 



TRflDEpME 



JS1 



: c^piTidi^isxs I I ;. 



tl 



, etc; 



,j \ MANJUFKCTURERS,|E|r 

SOCIETIES, BENE\j6kENTand£riaifitable Institution* 

J| KSYLUJWS, HOSPITALS, 

SCHOOLS, COLLEGES. 

1 ■ ' - - ' ■ \y\\ ■ , ■■■ i * I- ••■■""' J" J 

Bijjanch Offlck and Sub-Mai^ag&rs in all Parts of Ijhe Union, {p .jBupply 

Miscellaneous Information.' \ 



Lists ojf Business Opportunities. 

Descriptive Skeicn Af anyCi'tHr, Town, Vil 



Settlement )ti)i the United States or Cafiada, 



Bonded Indebted 



: I 



Price and Chara^er 



Mineral, Etc., Etc. 



Etc., 



Etc. 



1 



ess of any County oj 



o^ Land, Timber, 



^ge-ajjad 



Town, Rate 



of Taxa 



:a, 



ion 



City Officials, Nearest Postjoffice, fc abroad; Station or Bank. 
1 Stage Routes tojany Poi rit, Population, 

County Seats and Officers. 

Coliectioh Laws of Jfcnch State, 



Etc. 



\ Most Complete File of Directories in the World, 

Embfju ln^ Every suite and T^eJfrUorjjr and CItj and "irowit In this Country at 
' Canada, and iuuny European (itles, Ihoreby Enablli sjub to 

TRACE INDIVIDUALS 



"Il'lio*|» address may be desired. 
, tt*>n of all kinds and from 




In shoijt ive a|J:e| prepared to supply jlfifirm^- 
ll quarters* Ad jrjss all Commtiaieatlaiis to 



R. L. IPOLLK ^ CQ-, 

122 La Salle Street, 



mmu 



<ph(lC^GO|i ILL|N01|. 




published*, while as a taurfct 
COMBjjDETRdlT 



U 15 

ICH. 





Jp 



the liiaite I space 

that over written 

in a fair and unpassjb 



1 i 



I ' ''■ ' I 

presenting thh little 
iamphhjt,' the writelj 



lpniet, tne^wnteij 

assumes that the ptjblic, 

tiat portiphof it that goes jfrom 

home during th<i' summer months, is well 

educated jto trie efficacy oc vacations, and will not' was& 

at his command byusjeless homilies on 
subjeol:. Instead, jit isl intended to tell, 
le manner, of trie tdehghfts of a lake trip, 
and, by means of practical descriptions and j detailed it forma- 
tion of the company's routes^ aid the proknecjti^e tourist in bis 
selections'. ' ''j 

fcer may tlruthrully be cjalled thej ajcme ot 
delight, pjeasihg.'as it does, nore generally than alny other 
source of imukement, the; extremesi'of all classes and tempera- 
ments, ^gai'iji, while it gently stimulates thut zest for adven- 
ture, soirherlint in every" Arierican bosom, i t accomplishes i\k 
main pur]»osq by overcoming the weariness b: '.ennui peefisioned 
by the hoi weather and enabling humanity, to make! thj most 
out of a si .pri : resting fipe ,1. It is hard to 'determine from which 
conditions these r,esultjs spring; the new and novel life * whereb 
the ovevr-vToiightj brain "is diverted in spite qf itself to insi£nh% 
cant matters involving little or n6 mental exertion, tie lifep 
giving ozone ;distillec by the tremendous expanse of dr and 
water pen Jtrated, the constan : unrolling of thj>se grand bsaut^i 
of! nature ^o beneficial to eve rj temperament, pr the enforced 
1 absence from jail suggestions of business joi hbpsehdld 
can invariably be depended oil to do th&r vori, IhoweVer. 

The invalid, especially if ™ffcr\pg from ..'. iay-f even pi bron- 
chial affections, may; be eqi.aly certain of beneficial results. 
Mackinad and Petoskey are so celebrated sis sarntanupis foj* 
these, mal idiep that we shallf 
is not so ^ell 



I 



WO] 



known, but assuredly a facfy taat the 
purity of ktrhosphere to whi<;h these respijtsj owe ^hfeir Reputa- 
tion, gives to the lake voyage pie same curative jpj-oper ties, ^noji the' s'u^r^r may 



in thj 



cutset I that J hi s trip wjjl] 



be thor- 



embark with certainty of Ibeing so benefited 
oughly enjoyable! 

I SOLID pbMFOr^T EM ROUTE 

S an expression full of mesniiitf to the experienced traveler; suggepttnjg 
l' a pleasant journey may haje much to do^ with subsequent enjoymerts. 
i company has considered it >o- and always 1 snap js its policir sis as toi^i . 

every want pf its patrons. Startec". in i85o^with the parent .|ijc|Ute betweeiiipetrojt 

and Cleveland 'its capital now exceeds a j millioi 



ijiot sound ;the)r praises hejrej It 

lderful 



they 



dollars, and it owns 



The 

as tod^icipatp 

iilipetroit 

a! fleet c* 



thus secur- 
witli the addition of suffi- 



': MVtt 



, five steamers, the largest, swift- 
est and most 'luxurious on fresh 
[waters. The company builds 
;!none but steel vessels of the 
.{strongest pattern, 

|)ing 

jlcient watertight compartments, 

• practical indestructibility, j 

\ j .While all the newest marine 

r ideas of real merit are invari- 
• ably made use of, the policy of 

; the management is well defined 

$m the uniformity of general de- 
sign 1 The steamers are roomy 
side- wheelers, propelled by the 
Clyde patterned feathering wheels, thereby 

-developing a marvelous speed without the 
slightest jar or noise. Their forward and after saloom,, 
of solid mah6gany, are magnificently ' appointed and 
tastefully decorated; and thei - rooris and parlors replete 







y*w&L 










•M*. 



' ■; ..J * A-'\ t.t- ■ ' r< 



with wire, and 



hair mattresses 



lights, 4 tc - The lower saloois are 



the season, and 



Piillman blankets, 



which entirely separate the cjulijnaiy departments from the 
cuisine, which is equal to that of c any first-class hotel, includes 



the price charged 



devoted todiniig halls, 



egotistical to say that the Detroit 
persons of fastidious tastes the only 



B 



ETWE&N 



THE 



Detroit and! Cleveland may be 



LAKE ERIE D1V 



electric 



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MOONUGI? 

I THE LA 

main cabink 



barely meets the outlay. In jfact, jt mayi lot 
and Cleveland Steam Navigation' Co. o|fl : ^rs 
solid satisfaction 



all the tyixpjrfes; of 
be 
to 



on 



? e 



to be found in inlanitijavel. j 



company's lines. Operated between two latge cities, a sufficiently 
patronage is received to warrant the best of 'service, -and to, thjs end two 



SlOty 

called the tnai|i stem j |d: the 

steady 
mam- 



moth sister ships have just been built.! Their extraordinary sfce and grandeur has 



lines 



"V\[ ^ may. 



placed the | routje in the front rank df tjhat comparatively small | array of trunk 
to which travelers of experience loojc 1 fdrwarcj with Dleasant anticipations, 
describe the new City of Detroit, tne latest addition, as being 300 j feet lbnd 
feet wide and 16 feet molded depth, with hull dhided into nine water-tight 

-j +~ V ' i I j 1 I " 1 1 I 

payments. The boilers are four jn number, and carry iio Ids. of steam, 
engine is a compound beam of 2700 horse-power. Thje grand saloon is. *o: 
.mahogany, and contains a double tier of staterooms borinected jby a broad gallery. 
I It is 240 feet in length, hnd its dome rises 20 fee: overhead. There are^ oypr 14c 
'state-rooms and; parlors, each lighted by an electric lamp. Thei Cty bf Cle 



c(*ol fresh air and luxury of a full night's rest afforded 
Sunday night "trips, from June to September,- are very ] 



fi'iied to tho hot, dusty, noisy rail) (jarj always avail themselves of theijharm 

by this waiter route] 



gj'eat convenje* 



ce. 



r 



Passengers, intending to continue their voyage, on the'- steameis of 



Hftirbn division may so plan their 



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connections at Detroit, or have a day for sig;ht-seeing. The Tuesday 01 ■ 



departu-e fr^rq Clevelarfd 



e evenn 



iij similar in evjery respect. A steamer leaves eitl: er citjy |ate in , 
arrives at her destination long before breakfast, making connections yvith all ai 
aftdj departing trains, and forming) by far thfe shortest and cheapes: as Weill 
inj'ost delightful route between many far distant .citie^.j Steady travelers, 1 usual 

ind 



com 
The. 
solid 



tt 



popular and. 



have 



y 



the 



to make, 



Tri 



Mland 

raving 
as the 



y con- 
quiet, 
The 
pntaed a 



L^ke 
direct. 

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IUR D \s KYK VIEW LAKE HURON DIVISION, DETROIT AND CLEVELAND STEAM NAVIGATION CO.M 



gO.MI'ANY. 




steamer from Cleye 
to depart, while th< 



and finds the other almost ready 
Friday or Sunday steamer \n\ 



~'yi— necessitate a stay in Detroit till evening. In either case th 



Lake Huron steamer will be 



- ' V the arrival of 



ajrn 



ound at the Company's dock on 




the Lake Ericj steamer, and passengers may 

or, Which 



^ 



■>• 



it once transfer to and take breakfast on the form 
they can make their home. \ 

Passengers arriving in De.rojt by rail or otherwise, on 
Tuesday and Thursday evenings, and intending 1 to take 
Huron steamer the next morning, may at once proceed 
and occupy their state-rooms' free: of extra charge,, thus 
-rll-r. ' settled down and in a positign to en!joy, : as a spectator, 

iiiiX scenes incident to departure the next day. * ,. 

. i ■■ r 

THE LAKri HURON D VISION 



./&' 



I 



the Lake 
on board i 
)ecoming • 
the excit- 



E XT ENDS from Detroit to Mackinac Island jon the Straits bf Mackinac, a 
distance, of 350 miles, mostly through -Lake Huron. From Detroit to Port 
Huron, a,t the foot of the lake, the scenery is most charming, embracing 

^er, the placid Lake St. Clair the jfar-famed 
Government ship canal, the famous St. Clair Flats lishing and shooting gijound and 
thd majestic St. 'Clair River. From Port Huron, all suggestion of land disappears on 
the starboard bow, and only shows faintly on the port or American side. Occasionally, 
when the steamer approaches a way port, the passengers have time to gather some' 
ideas of the characteristics and occupations of the inhabitants of thijs- purely lumber 

urs spent on L^ke Huron, they | 



:)orts because of their note as 
Iiiron clubs are. constantly located 



region, but for the most part of the twenty-four Ik 
will experience the sensation of being in midlake, 

Considerable interest attaches to many waV 
camping or resorting spots. At St. Clair or Port II 

from July to Serf)tember\ and at Oscoda, Alpena, Cheboygan and St. Ignace bodies 
of hardy men may frequently be seen embark?ng 01 debarking. Those leaving the; 
steamer are making for some inland lake, or stream; the others need; naught but the'- 
trophies of their skill to tell of their whereabouts curing the preceding two weeks. • 
In fact, the whole of the country surrounding Mackinac offers endless attractions to 
the adventurous. Well-stocked rivers and lakes abo ind, ana the interminable forest 
is still overrun with furred and feathered creatures. 

After touching at Mackinac, the steamers cros* to the freight terminus o£ the 
route at St. Ignace. This occupies from four to sk hours, and those whpwish to 
return at once can, without laying over, see* considerable of the main points of interest 
at the famous National Park, if they engage one of the charioteers for a drive. 

This delightful round trip of 920 miles front Cleveland or 700 miles from Detroit 
occupies 4 '< days from the former of 2^4 days from tlie latter point. Itcpststnita 
trifle more than $4.00 per day all told, and at that price is most emphatically within 
the reach of all. You cannotjgo anywhere and compass so much enjoyment and solid 
comfort by the way. A summer trip should be planned to get all the quiet and fresh 










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airj possible. Such complete relief i is only found by taking a 



the scenery is varied and attractive:, and there is 
every interesting object. 



ample time 



THE COST 



OF A ROUMD TRIR 



ii 



ANNOT be intelligently shown without some 
^ . advanced system, meals and berths are not 

and patrons are at liberty to provide for theniselves 

i j I 

are] in rooms, and cost $rj'oo for the upper or ^1.50 
-110 matter if the trip be one or two' nights. The 
persons and costs, $2.50. Meals cost 50 cents eacli 




time card. These expenses are invariable, except 
mehls are 25 cents. Our table of! costs is not 
likelv to fall below than rise above the estimate. 



By the company's 

ncluded in the price of a ticket, 

if tney so desire^ ' Berths 

for the lower, on each steamer, 

whole room accommodates three 

and may be estimated by ,the 

f6r children under 'five, when the 

guaranteed, but the figures are | more 



Transportation 
Meals 



An ppper berth for the trip. 



Tot&t with upper berth. 
Extra for a lower berth. 



Total with lower berth i . . 

Twi > persons in one ifoom 

Third person, add transportation and meals. . 



Total Cost, three persons in one room. 



Siundred. The natural scenery is 

ttje manifold objects of 

The| lover r of ko'ther Earth Will hardly | 

wandering through if:s shaded gle is, and cliribing over its rugged! 

bringing to light 'some new object of beaut)' and interest. Long- 



explanation. 



water tta where 
for a good look at 



FKOM CLEVELAND. 
$ 9.OO j 
5.OO 
4.00 



FROM DETROIT. 
9 7;co 
4 4100 
2.00 



$18.00 
2.00 ' 

$20.00 
38.00 
14.00 

$52.00 



$13.00 
1. 00 

$14,00 

27.00 

' 11.00 

$38.00. 



j Only the transportation is purchased in a through ticket. Meals and berths are! 
arranged for exclusively by the company. 

MACKINAC ISLAND. 

nrnHE rockgirt, fairy isle, sitting like an emerald gem in the clear, pellucid wave, 

j rises majestically from the- crystal waters, wh !ch .cover but. cannot conceal the 

glistening, white pebbly depths beneath. It is the central point of the three 

great lakes. It jknows no land breeze, hence the wields are always cool and refreshing; 

they never cease flowing. Its area is over two thousand acres, of which 1 the national 

park and "military reservation comprise about nine w " - 1 

unsurpassed. Nature seems to have exhausted herself in 

interest which meet the eye in every direction 

grow weary of 

rocks, each day 

felbw, in his poem of " Hiawatha," has put into English! vferse sbmej of its wild 

Incian legends, which people every rock and gleri With .spectral h ibitantsJ If the 

poetic muses art; ever to have a new Parnassus in America, they she uld certainly fix 

on Mackinac Island. Hygeia, too, should plajce her temple herb, for it is one of the 

purest, dryest, qlearest and most healthful of atmospheres. 1 

Nothing can exceed the beauty of this island. It is a mass' of [calcareous rock, 
rising from thej bed of Lake Huroji, and reachitg a" height of more than [three 
i huijdred ^eet above the water. \ Some of its cliffs shbot up perpendicularly,' and tower 
in pinnacles like half ruined gothic steeples. The island show's unmistakable evidence 
of the water having once been two tmndred and fifty feet above its present line. It 
is d mooted question whether the lake has fallemfroii its original level, or the island 
has been lifted up. It is cavernous in places, and in. these the) ancient Indians were 
wont to place their dead. Portions of the beach are leivej and well! adaiptedfor 
landings. 




THE DETROIT AMI CLEVKLAM) STKAM NAVIC, ATION CO.MlANvV, NHW STKK1. S 



TEAMER CIT\" DF CLEVJEXA.M>, 



The harbor at the south end is a, little gem. In it, 
of a holding, and around it the little old-fashioned 
style, while above frowns the fort, its white walls gle 
is a perfect curiosity in itself. Situated at the foot of 
for a| distance of a mile along the beach. The 
the modern and antique. Some were brought from 



■vessels can anchor ancl be 5iire 

French town nestles in jprimtive 

ming in the.sun. , This village • 

tjhs bluff, its two s)xeets ex:end 

buildings area ridiculous mixture of 

Cld Mackinaw when the town 




and fort were removed from, that point af 



ter the mass lcjrp of June|,H763i Mariy of 
che fences are of the original palisade styjle. The whole area of | the island is one 
'abyrinth of curjous glens and valleys. Old fields appear in spots which were formerly 
cultivated by Indians. In,: some of them are circles of gathered | stones, as if the 
Druids themselves had dwelt there. (The island was formerly covered with a dense 

' ! I '■ 'III I 

growth of rock maple, oak, iron wood, etc*, and thers are still parts of this ancient 
forest left, but all the southern limits exhibit a young growth. There are walks and 
wind:' ig paths of the most romantic cjharaater among i :s hills and precipices. From ; 
the eninences overlooking the lake can be seen magnificent views ofjjalmost illimitable i 
extent, and as the observer gazes from the rocky battlements' of the fort 'upon the 
surrounding waters, there steals upon him a sense of security which seems a complete! 
bulwhrk against; the host of Summer anno]'ances. ! f I 

^he late DrL Drake says :j *' The island is the most important summer resort to 
which we can direct the attention of the infirm or the fashionable. As a health resort ! 
t is unsurpassed. Its cool, dry, air I and the living str >ams of pure \vhter which gush 
from the lime rock precipices, are 1 just what are needed to bring tack the glow of 
health to the faded cheek, and send I the warm currents of life dancing througnthe 
system, superseding all necessity for nause jting jiron, sulphur and ep^om salts," 

;<At watering places generally, all the featurep of the surrounding] scenery are soon 
familiarized to the eye, which then merely wanders over the commingled throngs of 
coquettes, dandies, dancers; and idlers, andj soon returns to inspect the real or fancied 
infirmities of its! possessor. A visit: to Mackinac reven.es all this. Its. natural beauties 
and historic associations, . together | with the innumerable lesser attractions which 
cluster round about, serve to furnish| visitors with so rijich entertainment land variety 
for either the robust or weakly ones, that ennuj which eventually is felt at most resorts 
«J need not be experienced here. You eat with a new [relish, and sleep ljke a child 



I 




MACKINAC VILLAGK^AS SEEM-JCJIOM TUB. GUN FUTFORM OF THB- FORT. 




You row 

within bounds. Dr. Mills, 



says : 
puny bo) 



or ramble, scarcely able to keep your buoyancy 



or.ce post surgeon at I Mac 



No better place cx.n 



ac, 
be found for sickly girlj and 
for worn-out men and women. From the j hour 
of entering I^ake Huron, youj feelings, will indicate tha^t you 
have passed 1 beyond the reign of I mfasiiia, fever, j dyspepsia, 
blue devils ai:d duns, and you leojc back upon the whole of -them 
with gay indi Terence, or a feeliilg of good-natured cdntempt,, as 
every turn of the steamerjs wteel carries^ you^ farther int6 the 
temperate anc. genial climate oi: tie lakes! and! away I from! your 
perplexities. Under these influe: ic 2s real djsejases may] abate?, and 
the imaginary ones be forgitten, and this ^aluta^y mehtal ekcite- 
nient will not soon die iwa) r , for tie. historic associations, not less 
than the surrounding scenery, ars veil fitted to maintain it.']; Dr. 
Mann says: "A few whiffs <Lf the a r would make your lungs £ive a 
. hygienic laug i. Children are crazy with animal J spirits, and feat in 
such a way a^ to demonstrate thi paradox that the quantity con- 
'taindd may be greater than the container." These extracts will no 
doubt meet with a hearty response from thousands kvl 10 have visited Mackinac} 

Dr. Hammond, the famous physician, says ; " I have no hesitation is sayinjj tha't 
it is the "best summer resort of which I have any knowledge, for persons whose nervous 
system^ are run down, or who deiire to be built) up dnc. strengthened.' ' 

HOTEL] ACCOMMODATION ' j • ■■ 

There 



tine 



Id a very satisfactory problem at Mackinac, 
every grade of price and corresponding service 

the ancient features of the island from their s 
John Jacob Astor House. This was originally the 1: 
Cojnpany, and a glance at its lew ceilings, scored 
places, its clumsy iron door locks, and its old stork 
antiquities, even before lie has been invited by the 
account books of four score year:* ago. The Mission 
•point of the island, is another relic of ye oldei 
vjeiws on the island, it is very popular with tho;e lov 

The place of all places for the fashionable 
situated on a commanding eminence at the western 
straits/ This hotel is the largest summer resort 
does upwards of 1,000 guests, and representing a 
from $4.00 to $5.00 per day, and :he season extends 
This tremendous building is 650 feet in length and 
ture is of the " Old Colonial " sty e, the distinctive 
30 -feet wide, upon which the windows of every 



arranged and fully equal to every demand of the 
floor is occupied exclusively by the dining-hal, 
wifh the large rotunda office in the center. (The 
ment, capable of seating Coo people. It oceupie^ 
vaulted ceiling being 27 feet overhead. The g 
airy. Each front suite is provided with a pjrivat 
by gas' and electricity, heated by steam, and • proved 



with 



on: 



call and fire ajlarm bells. It is [also supplied 
laundry and a first-class livery. A metropolitan 
The grounds have been made rery attractive and. 
sports. The hotel is under the ' nanagement of M 



in 



are innumerable hpstelries oft 

! [ ' ' ' j 

If the tourist wishes to study 
rcnghold, he ivill put up at the! 
eadquarters of the American Fur 
:>y heavy timbers,, its ancient fire-; 
g vaults will satisfy' any lover oi] 
: genial proprietor to inspect the 

House, at the extrerne easterly. 
Commanding one? of the beslj 
ing quiet repose, 
^sorters is Plank's Grand Hotel, M 
erd of the island 'and facing the 

he West, accommodating as it< 
£a;>ital of $300,000, Iterates are! 
fram July 1st t;o September 20th] 

stories in height. Its architec- 1 
ture /being a colonnaded portico, 



fiye 
fea 



Moor open. T 
nost fastidious 
driwing-room anc private parlors. 



e interior is, well 
taste. The lower 



jliping-ball is a 
the space !of 



mammoth aparti 
two stories, the 



e^t rooms lare large, I light and 

balcony. Tho 'hotel lis lighted 

with elevator and electric 

bhrber shop, bath-rooms, steam 

hestra is in constant attendance. 

a casino qonslructed jfor indoor 

J. 0.' Plank. j I 



Mickinac 



every 



methods 



| ste'amkrs Jon • ^ake Michigan: ( Th ey kije abfc ill i c^ays 

A line'"* — i— J:iaf ~i-l L j^-. .jhlil-- 







Irnpnicatfcd 



I 
i 

CJiarjevcfix land Tr^erse) Ci(y, U; GrMid ;|l[ 



In a 



Coming hick 



orn^f 
also, aile 



ment 



rips 



of splendijdj ste&mej-s m^kes!;fei|rji. 
Mackj nac ab mt nine injithe h iprn irigi 'knd p a§s ng aU 
Mariyfi Rivei 
ships 
ports 



of sp[3idiTgcie : day"Tiia;/ 



by daylight. A t the Soo, conjijjcijlcjns are made 
running to. the; n6r|h i nd south' shdiejs If 
ijittfatec j on Georgian Bayj ;i]] 

jyatir trip toj C ijpag< ) or 



The Lakij Michigan and %k(iSu;:>eriorTraaiip( rtiti 
^topss:n gh " " ' 
beimjji i lid- 
to al] iiUorta%t points 



'ord thejto irist i better oppor&Jni y [to 
to the sjejrv .ce rr ore directly cbmie :te d ., 
that libjthhg Hves a mo^e ger eral faea of Mijw. nden, 
tr. e nuj nerous iste 3 1£ y, icht ;, These] jtlip 3 W 
pe fishing 4*sp -sioiis to Les Chenjjau :, 



it 2an ers of regt Jar routes), affprd exfc[ell|n.. ^ 
f he #h or south at 'My hour if the tajijcir ■ligft, 
I^TOSKEY is k. charm hg resort sitti^c 6a * 
[bead |cif JJttl<f Traverse Pay. The town ntjfebjrs 



:h 
mileage 



onlyjthirjy-iive milels iron Macjkinac; CiUr| ttie 
j mainlknd They may juso t e re ached by ]t iihj ii 
j fray • ■ % ak. : >lichigkn; By the: ;e j jines th 3 m .'. 
ipartM aj day or night occupied in ths jourbejr. 
jis via tty picturesque ijdl^i id I|ne| of st'c 
Rivej, rhe Michigan I (Bent -al Railroad hadmg 
and Indiin River in akftkir's ride -from Makinkfc. 
Inlanc. Rioutb. -:! '.ir : .-.!', i l II 'IT 1 



, , with 
Petcskey, 
id Harbor Pojnt 
& I. Railway, 1 ; 



most eny\ hjiur of thu 



fait extend 



Milwaukee) t 



[through tie center of the 
pk ifor tS|ve ity-f< »u^ jiours. . 'fl() 
^t points 0:1 the Lake 'Mkchigj&j 



mile 

ng 
Weq 

ex 

excellent 



'? 



raye rse 




J ere a. 




3e i:ontrivedi TMel f 



:CINAO REGION. 

.of, Notthirn Michigan's 

mfny attr^ictiin^ are' within 

reach of Mat^kipac Island: 

central id this spo;, that' 

JC ^etiqn,.* as com- 

DJcen of, is Supposed to in- 



day or 
is neat 



By far the 

ough 

d|irecifly 

These 



ride f 

to 
of the 



Supe 



stigre 



than 
on at 



Great 
iigan. v 
called ' 



sland.. 
these 



attraction 'of the 
ion of'Uj^per Mil 
- of travel may be 
and, all see) n to start from 
center or hub, rac iafing 
to from this small ; 
the most imp ortant oi 
points is the Littlis Tra- 
I|ere, clustering cvithin 
two of e4cli othe :•, and' 
suburbs almost tyuchfri ^ f are 
u^tonsing, Harbor S Drings 
itious rout j is via the G 
train service renden; com-i 
distance by ^his rcute is 
point to Mackinac, en the 
nighlt linfes of ^teaifaiirs by 
ly doubled, and the better 
prettiest route, however, 
Muljet I^ake and Indian 
south, touches Tbpfni$ee ; 
points are also local 'to the 



Bay^are best reached ^»y the 
'•om ^tackinac. , 

Sault j SteJ Marie, leaving 
superb scenery of the £t % 

^with the tar ( > u g n ; 4 eani " 
rior and to the Canadian 






considerable diversity of choice. 

n Co.'s steamers running without 

a quick trip and th^ novelty of 

(irn Michigan steamers, coasting 

, and consequently takinlgup 

view the industries of [the region. 

with thu island, we may mejhtion 

1. trip around its shofes in 

iill'hours^of the day. ] So,' 



ii^whici no more dejlightfui way 
;eamer^ and the constant move- 
opportunities to visit the mainland - 



the side of a hicfy bluff near tihe 
!(oo feouls, and 'has a water front 



i of \)i miles, to which a long pier gives considerable < character and 
life. A lofty limestone cliff flanks it on the west. Among its 
! ; trees may be seen the tents of ' many " campers,' arid further 
, • on the pretentious villas of wealth / residents. If rom the verge 

' of this cliff the view is superb. , Five miles distant is the 

; r ■ i r 

,; ridge of hills that lines the opposite shore of fyittle 
• [verse Bay. These sweep in a symmetrical 
;: curve around this vast amphitheatre, and 
P follow up the hither shore until they rise 
/} and terminate in high cliils. The white line 
I of pebbly beach which stands out jo promin- 



., entlv against the green. of the hills 



now takes 
forming a 
3 wooded 




an abrupt turn to the left, and 
crescent two miles long, ends in 

> popt. ' ' K . 

No summer resort or waterinbr-place on 

, the continent <>an boast of purer air, fresher 
breezes or better hotels. Facilities for re- 
creation are also good. Boating on the 
bay and short Excursions by steamer or rail- 
road may be indulged in at Jail times. ; ■ , . i ijAy view college. 
Owing tq the salubrious climate and central location, the Western Hay Feyer Assocl 

( tion makes its headquarters here ! .' f 

I * \ 

, BAY VIEW, of Summer University fame, lies one mile further up the beach. 
Though but a few years have passed since the location of the grounds, this Assembly 
has become immensely popular in the .East and South, ranking next to Chautauqua in 
size and completeness. The loci tion is beautiful and no expense has been spared in 
iirjproving its natural advantages. The land rises in natural :erra:es from the bay 
and affords cozy and picturesque sites for the four hundred cottages, )f which glimpses 
may be caught through the tweii. Clear cool j water has been broight to I these cot- 
^ tages through pipes from a nevej-failing spring further ufr tlie hill sile. . \ 

■ HARBOR SPRINGS lies kuc miles further round the shore of Little Traverse 

j, Bay. It is located on a beautifuj harbor (Wequetonsing) farmed' by the crescent of 
I, Harbor Point. Along the water's; edge are large springs from whic'i gush streams of 
; water as clear as air and of a temperature^ only 12 to 15 degrees above freezing 
; point. The history, of the placets full of interest. Pieces of pottery show that it was 
': tfnce a stopping place for the andient mound builders. It was for rrany years a cen- 
\ trial point for the payment of annuities, and for ages a» favorite cam 3 ground for the 
: Indians. Many curious legends are extant j Strangers always visit the antiquated 
I Catholic church, founded more tnan 200. years yiigo by Marquette. ■ 

; THE HARBOR PdlNT RESORT, directly opposite, is singularly favored. 
/ The strip of rolling land on which it is situated! is hardly more thai!a stone's throw 
;', in width, and while on :he outer shore the heavy surf of Lake Michigan rolls ' grandly 
||overa fine bathing beach, the; children may j with perfect safety paddle about the 
,; harbor withinj Besides the large amusement hajl and hotel which stands high above 
-\ the beach on the breezy Lake Michigan side, the resort includes numerous cottages, 
1 1 which are provided for such of the guests as prefer the seclusion of their own roof. 

j CHARLEVOIX, 18 miles below Petoskeyj on the Lalce Michigan shore, is a most 

•picturesque spot. . The beautiful little town is situated at the mouth, of a short strait, 

the outlet of Round and Pine Lakes. Further up, and just between the lakes; are tfie 
:? handsome grounds and residences of the Kalamazoo and Chicago Resorts, which 

occupy the north arid south shores respectively. 



] ME INLAND -.KiqCXTE' is" dndpUbteJdTynhe I most Interesting | one betjweei 
Mafclinac and Petoskey. ' tfothjing s iort; of a wate • ijrip through the fyeart of Florid i 



-ti 



of a gflriius 
bcbpc rpplo 



yet at the 



iifte esting 

\vjke - c it 

c4np<j>se trifs line, ate man 



Clielxjygan yet at tne sam ej time, is i comrj 
rivclmat would seem irjnpc ssibl^ to 'crafty 



ca ;n[cprkpatetoth^^ # ( 

tlJelnorthe'Ti end of Mich jan.j Evejn wtw we former the pqmparisojn ends there, as 
tlie s ilupri ous climate and the high fores ; gr >wn ' s ore are lacking. A I little steamef 
leives Mackinac at ,7 o'clock, Cheboygan^ if. 9 oclocl every morping, and after pi£kin§ 
her v ay ariong logs and ]oomI, past sspvjm lis an 1 through the lock, steams up th^ 
crioked ClierJoygan'tb) fillet take. ThMike is 12 miles' long by 5 wide, wityi A 
cl arri m 8 luggedne^s of ipltline, caused ty.tl e thicijy wooded -pills which completely 
ei .cir<:le, it «in<^ form jits shores.' Topinabe e, 1 a favpi itq. spot for crarnper$, is siiuatedjaj 
tlie further end, and here the passenger* -debark fori dinner. After'a shortjiest th< 
little vessel resumes! her j j ourneyy and worries througfi Indian KiV.er into Burt \Lake 
tlielcwW <:nd of Wnichjif crossed in re^:hirjg Cro )kbd River;) The jlaiter stream b 
ttte ^lafowesti and !m6stj crooked of thev:liree, aftc although tjie s^eaimer draws but 
; thirty ^jitfii Is of I water, jjr in only by a borijEt'in': succe sjsion of tvv|jsts aha turns, scrapes' 
ai 4 pushes and stois and :acks that she jets throu #• to Crooked 'Lake, where after a 
njnp: tnreb miles, ishe ties up to the wli^rf at ;.0ien, after an exq'ting and highly 
day. A 'dumrnj starts immediately on (:he eight-pile run to Petoskey f j 
arjfives in s£as:m or sniper. Tlife i l.'ttfe steamers Romeo an(di Juliet, which 

he 
ivKujhl may 



rile marvels. \A Vessel cip^ble of carrying i'ep passengers,' 
isjUntlymake'tKeltrlip; thfloiiKn midllake fromj MacHnae to 



safely ajid ' <fpnsjfcantiy make Hhp |ti ip* trM oi^g 
m|ei tirrie. is 1 comji; let < ;nohg 1 



The twin sen |w* system novp 
ed in niniaturi to 



[]'. If • ■ III ' 

n in her pwnolengthi but 

"• T .Jl * ^ T fit 



;i 



_ „ furnish ttcj motive t 
even then, pol ss a nd ro : 






larger txi ^n 
lip vse or; 



tiii r r . . . , * . , , 

tluin:jenui(y atnd expdrjenc 3 of the capta^i ljis taxe4 to* the utrjiost 

MARQUETTE, the .rrjetropolis of L ike Supjiiof country^ is a very haijdsome 



itjyj. j ' Its business portion displays- great:' activity 
.pt^cfes, Y^hich are exceeding ly beautiful, k'k t laced 

1 command a view of the fakd ifor 30 n}i t|s. 

)|talj base pf operations fp * all the tovers <^f 



\m& 



for 



;] 



:o wriggle? through stretches of 
a skiff, piust be the handiwork 

most famous ocean ;flyers, has 
;wer. This enables the i)oat toi 

are in frequent (iemaitd, and' 



White 






metropolitan tastes'. Its resi- 



ihd 

hi^h up cjn a blufl. to the! north, 

its central location makes it a 



tliej best, anct; !everythii|g neqessary 



; ind eccentricities of the 
and other famous Hvprs. 

uid m 



1 wa^dr 



on 



t be pass|ed by c]ayligHt. 
one whica 
popular 

,T 



herje is much pf intejrestj aoout thq p. 



i 



nvej 
the 



St 



tun: 



ish 



ary 



l^unti|ig 



am 



STE. M 



r, 0itst below the famous g 



U . 



I 1 



:he mi'snd gun iwho visit these natlral 
lie preserves, it possessed no small attrat noi s wi:liiri itself. Speckled trout may be 
Streams near by, wnile in the ba^r laks trout of itwenty to! thirty poii'uds 
i, i4 \i(ei^ hi f ui jriislji exqiting spi >rt. | The hotje $ a|e of Jtnel pest, and !e> ' ' ! 
\ynting and fishing Jnia^ easily be obtaliee 

THE TR.1p .TOTHE.ioO is wjortii^ <jt 31c to. j The! steamer alfter rounding 

ckirac Island folljowi^ne, northern ihoroioj IJake Huron as tar as petour, at Lhe 

enftiahcte of :he St. Mary's ^iyer, iwhere Itejrekl jntejtest begins. The rive:* isj 62 

miWs l^>n j, j s nd is composed of a succes|sion of, beaijtifu '!■ straits and broad lakes, It is 

almost p tire ly shut linl^y high lujlls, wHich^ rjse frorijthe water's edge. \ In the nuiny 



Werarnent s^ 



is Rapids. [i! The government 



"gejnmty. 



:he electric lighting^ ire ^etfect ir^ i|dl 



I!- 



stream anti i;s|ontiihje,"it is freely compared to the 

'fhei ch^ me, isnarrc w, crooked and shallow, h6\v- 

4 lvf.ccomplisliec| at dawn, this line 

jnXatiesit at niid-diy* | The^ iivjer is full of islands, and th^re 

ie : l fis|iing : reisor I a] long jit 3 



course. 



RIE, a c^ty of] v t ooi irhabitJints, may te reached by railior 

jplCj plape. [It lies or^ the left sank of ^he 
'' : ^nt 



p cinalj built for thfe purpose 
ftoiks are kxeeedincrly interles 



of pjissing 



J{ F .__ ^ _, r Q . . . „_ , jes are Exceedingly inteije; ting. The 

imi^AseJancj perfect structiirjd ^ of masonr|, hel water - poweij which Irhns all the 
tnacnifa<:r^ necessary, to |c|per^5^ the monster gat ss of tne lock, and' the dynamos which 

thfeir details, ana well' elisplay man's 




1 







lake; ERIE division. I j, 

Steamer^ CITY OF aEtELAND 
and CITY OF DETROIT (New 

! ■ s , : | ; 'i 

DAILY LINE BEfWEEN 



CMTVELAND and DETROIT. 



A 



p. m.— [After the arrival 6f ALL trains. Passenger* due in Cleve and via 
ie at 9.i45 p. m, or via Erie at 5.00 p. m., should notify C<|ndu6tcr of 



Bee 

their 



if 



UfAVE CLEVELAND 10.00 

Line 

wish to catch the steamer. 
A^RiyE DETROIT 5.00 A. M.— Maying connections with EARLIEST train* in every direct|on. B^ this 
j i route passengers may reach the Saginaw Valley af 10*55 a. m, Grand Rapids 

at noon, arid other points at correspondingly early hours. -,""-.- 

p. M.— Aften the arrival of ALL trains. Passengers due in Detroit via Michigan 
Central Fast Train at 10.45 pi. ml, brvla Detroit, Lansir.g 8c Northern' at 10.20 ■ 
p'. m.. should notify Conductor of |heir Wish to catch the steamer. By this route 
passengers may leave Bay City, Saginaw, Grand Rapids, Nilea, Kalamazoo, etc., after ( 
' r; supper' and reach Cleveland follbwing morning. .1 >\ ' , 

Af RlVE CLEVELAND 5.30 A. M.— IConnactind with EARLIEST trains East, South and Southwest, and 



LEAVE DETROIT 11.00 

f ! . 
, h (fetandard Time.) 



•Tl 
reaching Pittsburg or 

Cl/sVELAND WHARVES, 23 River StreetJ 



Columbus 



The Sunday Night Trips are operated only during June, July, August and September. 



at noon. ■■.;.'■ 

DETROIT WHARVES, Foot of Wayne StreetJ 



LAKE HURON DIVISION. 



Sflbmers CITY OF AlPENA sUd CITY OF MACKINAC 



, i . I, 



FOUR tIRIPS PER WEEK BETWEEN 






V 



DETROIT and MACKINAC. 



f ON '> M 

ib.-o * 
f ;u(|am 



•1 ' 

1..,p 

L.,o 



GOING NORTH 

WED A M FRI A M BAT P M 

g.oo 



7 ' ° 
7 ,P 



9.00 

P M 
1. 00 

2.00 
4.00 

7 o<\ 

IO.OO 

TMUR A M 

' a -45 
7-3° 

P M 
4.0O 

5 3° 
6.00 



P M 

X.00 

ON SIGNAL. 

a. 00 



10.00 Mis. 

BUN A M 
2.00 



4.OO 

6.3O 

xo.oo 

SAT A M 

a-45 
7-3° 

P M 

4 00 

5-3Q 
6.00 



3.00 
6.30 

9.15 
• 12.00 

P M 

4 30 
9.00 

MOM A M 

5-3Q 
7.OO 

7-3° 



43 

5° 
6* 
82 

94 
124 

180 
228 

329 
345 

350 




GOING SOUTH 



ILv.j Detroit 1 Ar. 

" ; Marine City 

44 Oakland Hotel 

44 St. Clair... 

44 i Port Hurpn8 Ar. 

14 Lexington " 

44 Sanilac " 

44 Sand Beach 8 " 



THUR PM 
, 1.30 

r 



Oscoda \ . . . , 
Alpena 5 ... 






Ar Cheboygan 6 4 ' 

Mackinac Inland 7 ' 

.. St. Ignale 8 .... Lj 

:! diverging. (3) P. H. 8c No. W. Railway. (4) D., B C.& A. Rijilway. 



shortest, quickest and cheapest way of reaching LakeJ Superior ar d Nortrjw|Bst points^ [ Fast Ejiprast 

id 



CONNECTIONS— (1-2) With Railway „ „ . ,, . - 

(5> Bay City Steamers. (6) Inland RoutJ. (7) Steamers for Lake Michigan, Lake Superior and Soo River 
(81 Ouluth, So. S. 8c Atlantic Railway for Lake Superior ports. 

TH" S LAKE LINE of swift steamers furnishes the only reliable, enjoyable and comfortable means of reachjng 

the Summer Resorts of Northern rV 

jfraverse City, Les Cheneaux Islands, 
TH;£ LAKE AND RAIL Route formec 



FOlt 

if- 



F. E. Randall, 

East. Pass. Ag't, Pittsburg, Pa, 

D. CARTER; Gcn. Manaqcr. 



am 

9 3° 

7-3o, 

4-15 

PM 
13.00 

8 00 

WEO A M 
I2.CO 
10.30 
lO.OO I 



SAT AM 
2.00 



FRI PM 
8.30 

6.00 

3.30 

FR| A M 

II. OO, 

7-30 

THUR P M 
II.OO 
9.30; 
9.OO 



MONAM 

jaloo 

i » 



it 

sunpm 

8.30 

,6.30 
j, 3 30 

SUM P M 

i*.oo 

|jf.30 

SAT P M 
11.00 

9.30 

9.00 



TfJES P H 
1.30 



AM 
* 9-30 

6.4S 

4.»S 
p u 

12.00 

8.00 

WON A U 
.12.00 

10.30 
iio.oo; 



ichigan, Mackinac,, ;Petoskiey, Harbor Springs, Bay View, Charlevojix, 
Sault Ste. Marie, Mirql»e*tte. 
by the D. 8c C, and the Dulutk South Shore & Atla/ttii R'y, '» th » 



1 I 
Trains, having elegant parlor or sleeping cars attached, Jekve St. Ignacfe immediately after |the arrival yl the 

itearVier, and reach Sault Ste. Marie in 4 hours, Marqyefte in, 6 hours, jhe Copper ^egjo'n in 9 hours] and 

Culuth in 15 hours 

INORTHWEST POINTS located 

St. Paul, Minneapolis & Manitoba F 

Jpper Peninsula to Duluth will be 



on the lines of the! Ndrthern Pacific, R. R., Chnarjian; ' Pacific R'y, or 
R., this new and interesting route through Lake Huron and across th» 
ound the cheapest. I I 



3us. Schantz. j T. F. Newm^n.I 

Cent'l Pass. Ag't, Detrojit, Mich. Genfl Ag'lj Cleveland, 0. 

E. B. WHl|cOMQ, Gen'l Pass. Aqcmt, Dcthoit. Mich. 

STEAMERS RUN UNTIL DECEMBER I. 



■I' i 




jfcasMri 



in 



h sounds 



f>r 



ev Jlit 



they mu8tA ;l)e coi sidured only m A 



Of 



pUe 



superfluous ai^d 



\\ B ate i the \yhole of C 
iCiutom and the liecesaili 



aid " winter! " 



SieipHevalaj there ys no winter, md excepi in 
" is |s )r|ng-^s6ft, , gentle 

i 



redundant. to 



•liforniaj.-, whan; as, ex Sept upon the' very rirest of the 

, Llii . .. ,,,. ,..,, J\ nd ex cepi m a few hpt and ar d spoM no sunimer ; 

al biff is S)rng-^s6ft, ientle, Md unfailing vhth floWerd in cohstant bloom. ' The 

fact] Oik tl]6re|dre ma^y jlleasur .3 [resorts in d, ifoW i Wlie outgnfwth <of 'a local desire 

: |f ig4|of iscenerjr-Md jcUrcatid condition 'j, If 6r ihe beneiit broiight by rkst ami the 



usure, &nd for tin Inedielhal efifbt 



ak 



of pi 
relati 



"R 



iiSORJr^. 



aasure resorts in Ctyllfornte., and 
ivte $ense. 'JTola visiter fro n Uie 



of' nnjn 



j n'Tv. • . vf J '•!•■■ 7 lc **"*p yt^w. lo.a visitor iron Uie 

J9*! lfornia ^ orijci.gf.-eat pkfasurq resort at all! times ill the 

assrtijis of the laiiuaje haVe compelled the usij ofUheTterms 

in California.: whereas. «Y.*»nf nnnn 4h«' uoJ /iiw ,.* *u~ 




ipon 
ilea* 



lire; 



risk er 
oiuIe 

isp 

leif 



iriri 

mr| 

nore 



vfiii. 



in tie extra^rqinaiy 
>f New York, visiting 
Jlchi he rmight^ligfht a 

ieasl 



'i'l 



hrc 



irjicular 
milk ?r ; 1 1 

, .marvelous 
*<lfejl heicl 

M other ari 



— l)atl) ing , on I the „ 

" ijl oi social 'jpleilure: 
resident, the time wbuld 
environment 
i»mfer;lif|ie ha^s sett; 
beauties, 
he close and read 
•ea of equal a! 



otn 

met 
mad 



bettTimdergtaridini 
Qjigh the country frdm Ol 
poplar resorts as thijjy raj 



vaiety of 
jalff jrnlajfor ije 
1 th) pe^ect i 
.crcj, hunting, fis 
irj foe larger ;'' 
bvsSvjien he 
resident of ai 
a c past town, 
( permanent , 
s o ; enjoying 
beS fauna so 
of jihis singul 
(got to San D 
> d)M are passi 



Jreition 



Ng 



,f 



resorts that 



their vitality lies, j^ 

find in almost ! any fipol 

0n(ition4 fpr the pursuit of recreative 

rririg, aiittcampibg in the interior, o?tW; 

tpwis am pities. But if -he should be-' 

_ it deai © a change' froni the charms bill 

In and m%\ the coast would, allure liw* 

;h€ moiih tains will invite himi to erjby, 

(iasireldf living anywhere itji California 1 * 

otlur plesaiires of a different kidd; for 

in r entic ihg resorts! in such wofaderful 

fict maybe had by foUowlrig bs in a 

go, givim; but the briefest glande at the 1 

ia ieyi(jw. ! 1 



') 



California: its wonders and resorts. 



THEi SISKIYOU MOUNTAINS. 



„ « L IM'OSH, then, that we ( 

h^- It is needless to describe 

ami the Rogue Kiver va 



nter California by the Southern Pacific from Oijegon." 
the charming beauties of the Wi|liamette, the Umpqua 
iiuu i m: iw. K uu iw>t-t »« leys. We are 1 not now looking 'fj>r general beauties, 
which abound evervwheiv, but for fixed and popular resort*}' of pleasure-seekers. 
We might spend weeks of incomparable delight hunting' and fishjjng in the 
Siskiyo i Mountains; we might s -ale Mount Shasta and ivisit the. many beautiful lakes of 
the Cascade and Siskivou ranges] Soon after entering California the train stopsjat Ager; 
and thence we go by stage twentiy miles to the K|amath Hot Springs, which latejly have be- 
gun to attract hundreds of tourb 



f ^u« l iv «.»..»■ J ts - r ri*os*» remarkable 

are situated in the valley of the* Klamath, surnlunded 
mountains. A fine stone hotel affords comfortable ei 
the vicinity are splendid hunting and tishing. if. as 1 
the railroad at Sisson. iu Straw 
should behold a scene of inde> 



s 



cribable beauty and g 



prings of foiling mineral waters ■ 
by all the g ories of thi> northern 
tertainnient 
nany tourist 



i nortlien 
s; aim h 



for visitors; and in 
s do, we should leave 



berry Valley, and make the ascent; of Mount jShasta, we 

randeur. Standing nearly liftee 



:en 







thousand feet above the level of the sea, we may sde a wonderful country, covering a 
circle 'with a radius of hundreds of miles, and embracing many noted peaks, glisjen- 
ing hues, long ranges of snow-capped mountains, and the far-off lava beds of 'the 
Modoc country. Kvery mile of this, mountain trip from Koseburg' in Oregon tojltedriinjr 
in Cal fornia reveals extraordinary beauties u lequahd by those of any other inountain 



i 



ange dUhe world : for here, instead of bleakncssi andl desolation, are seen pic. hfes whiqli 
lave received the kindliest, noblest, grandest . j and most refreshing touches of Nature'* 
prolific brush, from the delicate beauty of wi(d flowrs to the snow-covered summit of 
Shasta. The Alpine Club of Portkjnd has accomplished much in bringing to pjiblic notice 
tlic enhancing beauties of the mountain lak^s, peats and gorges of the Cascade and 
Siskiv. u ranges. 

Tie Strawberry Valley is the best )>ojntj from which the* Me Cloud Kijej may 1* 
reached. This beautiful stream rises in the*sa$terii Hunk of Mt. JShasta and flowsisouth 



ward, its waters finally 'reaching the Sacramento. It 



ably the finest fishing and hunting in the. West may >e found. The river is, 
will f( rever remain a wild and.' uninhabited stijeam. As a consequence there 
except hunting and fishing parties to drive .out tlie game and destroy thji 
extreu.ely difficult task. The scenery is beautifu , and Mr. Sisson of 
established a camp on the river for the acbobmio lation of visitors. For 



enjoy an outing of this character, the McOIohd Itiver is an earthly ,parjidis€ 

The mountains of the North. abound in so man} charms that it is difficult tj) make 
a selection for enumeration. The town of Sisson itself is one of the most popjila; 
summer resorts in the mountains; and it i|> from tlhis place that the grandest t|ull- 



s on the Me Cloud Kiver 



that prob- 
and likely 
is nothing 
iisli.-,an >. 
Ssson p 
t lo|& wlio 



>! 



fa feci 
is*"" 



sounjf 
btfuutif 



to the east 



CALb'ORNtlk : 



betutd 
altliflrt. 



Li 



The felev&t] 
u Sisson's 



1$ f uifnishbd. A iibther place of greajj , 
line, purj, sp^rkling||s6da vjate? ha$ beeii 



vie\V l of ! Shasta may 
reifiarkibljl pure and I " 

to ai pUdda alongside M ra.lroad. The ^ 
^tieainltiiws! past; and on the j opposite b 
bt Id fleams <if water; in ?reat lumber. at)d f 
this L*ivii J In Hpisy cascaded, scattering irai 
dropping flown froi 1 the \ noijntains ai}( 
n a fl{ink of Mt. Shasta ;0 its , mouth 1 
i| Jnd romantic sj;ot^ f ,- ^as^en's Jfeall 



HJSJ^VJoijMpEJlS AND RESORT8. 



and at its ba;e are 

I . \ £ I ■ • t * 



water and 



SIERRA 



or 

Ta /erri " 
fcitirest iis 



nfrrw 



ofjtlib town is 3555 feet; and the air 



is a eharmitig hotel, where every 

, 1 i the Sjoda Spring near Dunsmuir 

prcuglit i:i pipes from Shasta Soda Springs 

^cnmeijto River, here a ii<i>isy, turbulen ; 

k ere tne famous Mdssbrae [Falls. Therej 

je burstj from the rocks and 'rush down td 



jewels 



following the Sacramento kij'er from its 
\ tl.e My of San Francisco, wfc pass, some 



overtop^ ips giant companions in the Sierra 



i he (great butte. 



■ijsjwftrd 
\'lsit mi fa- 
'o\is]laki)s 

tluj Siei 

iffcar !to it 

juril+a 

ft! R. 

Uke j T 
s a reso 't 
lyhieh 
jamis " 



^very 



tlio 
lib 



.with a lavish hand. 



a number of - -eir* irkablfe geysers, -'from 



where great pools' 



which, with great 



of hot waWr 



Ml 1)1 



|t is 
i)tjaii;ii il 
<li<feti'|>f wi- 
\\i\ lj\vepty T 
e Iniles In 



and 
lv:j tb 



fourteen 
i trout, and] oil ibf Chores 




'^ng<h 
tpm t\v( 
\atp|}n 

iro ko;iiii atltnuftive hotels. 

ain sf'tmery li'ere \& superb j and. ^ the 

iimimjr ousels of surpassing )&ulty.> 

ioi ^teaihers anq '.* ail ai id | row 

■flats lire al mutant ; aiujl € vcj T possible 

Jxuryj is novated. >Weh))er Lake, 

iw/thej-of't lesi remarkMblj inland seks,, 

H of whh'h are betwee h sik: thousand 

mm! seven tidu sand feet above ;he^ea 

'TO is nbt f|ar away; and her 3 Ithere 

'< f" goijd accommodation^, uid p obably 

1 (e bo|t hinting and inching iri the 

) pM. I Inuiape ndence llal :e is i n!other 

M tlii^ 

»s !>uper)b 
apother of 



grjo^ip lof wonderi, ] wit i 
fyshing and| chfjininK 
tlhese Sierra lakes, one 



most' famous, is jDonner Lake.j : It is 
onlj] ihree miles from Truckee, which 
S the town at which visitors to all these 
lakes leave the railroad. Jt repeiied 
its' (jiime- front (Jeorge (Donner, who, 
with i party of emigrants was sno\|- 
botinc. at this lake in the winter of 
18Ji(i. The most iucredjfble sufferings 
w^re endured, and somej of the party 
Uipd join starvation. -Oji all sides are 
towering snow-cappefi n oijntains, and 
the scenery, is grand and imposing. It 
is' Xajnous for its trout lishing, and |s 

one of the 
prettiest 
resorts in 
the Sierra. 
Return iiig 
we leave 
•the railroad 
it 4uburn 
s nd vitftt 
till e won- 
derful Ala- 
baster Caye 
eight miles 
southeast, 
of Aubui'i). 
It has large 
roopis and 
lofty arch- 
es, glitter- 
ing stalalc- 
t i t e s aikl 
pure water. 



mpuntaih set 
the sinal est 



OF THE SIERHAS, 



CALIFORNIA! 



WON 



JJ 



ITS WONDERS AND 



"ROM these hikes 
and Calisfaoga, 



f£li and Ualisuigi 
fl||* and Clear L: 
«^» and close pn 



ERFUL SPRINGS 



t 



RESORTS. 



wei may return through Sacramento, anuV passing throug'i l^jipa 

511, visit (he Napa Stulii Springs, the'White Sulphur! Springs, theGtiyderk 
,ake. These popular resorts are near together ; and their great beauty 

_ , roxiiuity!to San lfraneisco cause them t< be thronged w'itli visitors eyery 

summer. At the N|apa Scjila Springs there are e'egant buildings for the acc6m- 
modatien of visitors. The springs are situated in a valley surrounded by lofty veldine- 
clad iiunintains. which hicli the hold and rugged aspect o" the Sierra. L\t the fee: §1 the 
mounta ns lie the spleiulh} orchards and vineyards whi ii\ have made [the Napa, Valley 
famous It would he dif%ult to, ind anywhere [;lso in the world so | excellent health; 
giving ivaters set in the mulst of M-enery so beautiful, "hese springs are also: Jij Winter 
resort of great prominencej and an one of the objective paints in the itinerary of Kjiinoml 

and Whitcomb's winter excursm 
l|xu* ~f-f } ■ TT ^ j ji f k^ Eastern )>eople to California. 

The \yhitq Sulphur Springs, 

of travel, near St. Ilelelnji, still 

the popularity which in earlj 

days made tliem the principal resort for. 

>nable people of San Ifmnciseo. 

ic of tl,ie incest - delightful resorts. 

ate; 1 and the new nmnagcWfyt, 



is. of 




which 
>e (U 
accomii 
tions 
Spri 
by sti 
for bathing and di 



are f itural hot and cold water 

Sprii' :s, at the town, of ualistoga, shows the general' eh 
of Nt '>a county, and possess rare healing virtues.; Percl 
Calis )ga are the Harbin Springs. There are springs 



show lg US degrees. There are 



(Wil upon to furnish tl 

nidations. The natural 

hre unusually strong. 

sixteen miles from St. 

are also very populai 

king purposes. The t 

iracteristics of tlie Soda 



manv other h6t and co 



ing /'.lam's Spring, live miles trim Clenbrook; Siegler 
Bonn -/.a Springs two utiles Iran Siegler; Hovjard Si 
miles 1 from Siegler, and J2220 f< et above the level of 
mik* from the Great Geysers; Larson Springs fourti 
Sprii.gs, one mile east iof Pe; rson ; Hot Borate Sp 
Sprii gs. four miles fron^ Ke|seyville, famous fcjr their 
India i Valley, Colusa county, yielding' hot sulphur 
Spriii, r , in Lake county, thirty-two miles from Williams 
twenJy-eight miles by s age frj>m Sites, on tie Colu)>. 
Spring, in Lake counh, thirty-one ' iniUjs by tjtage 
popu' ,r resorts in the State. The easier accessibility 
last few years has serve I to increase the mini >er, . aire 
ally seek health and p easure there. 1 The water is 



has recently taken charged may 



e best 

attrae- 

Attm 

Ielena 

J I ere 

llistoga 

prjngs; 



ed high in the mountains above 

.ire of varyingj temperatures] one, 

(I springs in this vicinity, Inchul- 

Spring< tjwo iifiles 'froiij Ad uns:: 

rings, lourteeii in nuimmr,; two 

the seji ; .{Anderson Sprjnts, ten 

311 miles fron[Lakeportj [Witter 

lfings,' near . Lakeport ; Highland 

douche bath ; Cook's Sprijigs, in 

other mineral waters ; Hough's 

Allen Springs^ in Lake bounty, 

a and Lake Railroad ; Bartlett 

Sites, and one of thb most 

of Bartlett Springs within jth« 



ii d 



f 0111 



ady large, of visitors who i" nu 
cold (though heated for bathing 



■ 

purposes); contains 



CAL 



catharti 



.-ither h 



rbea 

mi 



sot a 



FORvrAi': iTii ^cMiRs am} resorts 



. ,,, borix 

..... diuretic and! 'aljfcerat ve, ami 'lias a ple&sant- 
her. of cottages and expeHehvt .management! assire thfe comfortls of visitor* 

The jeer tor ©f tliisiem^kiblc (region -o^^lcSmifj springs is Amnd! in , the carion k the 
little Pitfon Itiyer, far iiji in the jnoiinfciins iji ganonn county, 1700 feet kbove the! level 
of, the >ea, and! distant pne hundred 'r.miled ft am, Sin ■ Francisco.!- Thd railrdad which 
passes %m terimdatei it CalistjogaL and ten e a sage line >unsi to tlie GeVsen, the 
iitpstreiiiar table »K)iIiiii4pnn, ? ortl(e for$ ajjirt,fridii those in t(e Yellowstone Park 
a.ullcelluid ,' Ihe trip toUhe Je^erk hoth'fv niiianc stage, presents a series of ,ano- : 
Irani c vifews ofiunparall^d sj) endorJ >par Mm YoWlfe and the Hotel del Montein 
tlipirwaVihetwonohleBt|jattrttstioiis ty Cal Vila, thVoeyseik exercise a peculiar Imd 
|ateorbin(J! fascinationL (M tl^ Little PlutW c|hon, jjmbowered'in a sylvan scene of 
.singular j^afity and r^iKfs|p, with the added nassiveness of rounded mountain torsi on" 



there are onje hu 



interior <^f the- earth. Sijreiy 
.; terrific] internal lires whjphift 

i,Sljasta ; ci 



ibottom o 



the Pacific! Tlie wii 



the 



rnjeriy found 



nook 



jlake is betyve 



<U>j opting 



>ort. 
excjeejtlmg 



La kefs tiijije 



ill tw 



>;enty-five 



Sulphur Banks, it tlie lower eii 



waters. Tllie 

Lover La|l:e, [afford one.M tiid moist in 

inpmgh a] n|;iss of por(4s ;e;tr^h hot isul 



11HISS 

beautiful but 



ldrid springs 



distances 



r,l.i ' fe 11 ^ be , g f ^ L^i l -J l H" i " sl> ^ in ili )h ^^ 1 ^ en l on is P«wail that is ?le|ft m activity 
' 0t!theV, fc!t^>^S:T^,r tU 5 l,an( ' eS Wl llc . h f '! ^H a ^ es S ()I 5 e ,j * ted California ifrom' the 



ten; range in,o 



bekutifujj'anil 



ind irpn,:;sj heavily charged jvMith carbcinic acid ^s/is 
:, and has a |)lefisanM aste. Aigood hoted, a hige num- 
lanairemenfc assure th* nmbfrirfe nf v; c ;fAi4 T 



3re; 



5 



|)f'j all; sites issuing from the iiercelj'! hot 1 

re fnjun the surface of the k'arth i to jtjiose 

' e TT L l€ greRt w6]cmo nov t cajJIed I Alt. 



, - [ i TO-- O 1" ..^.^^,. x^.*»- i^»» 1HII All/Ill IHU 

amcter f om "that which is pure and .cold to 



are cold soda jsprjngs and boiling 



., . -j . ... r ..., wit 

nujndous pressure, and Witli {, hkvy toaij. 
\\\ ere re i:iar sable cures' .have ibeefi effected. 
co ne jet}- ol ? jsteam, Thfe ^ Witches' Cahfrt 
f de >tji has never been sounded. I I s ■ j n 

J The :jTouit h |Ieading Uace of ksort^in! i!> ' 
tlurty-iivdmilfs north offCnlisIt >ga 

^;&. C( ?i ,, ! , i l i e<l "^l 1 #.?U Laie : T aN *M } ts Mighbor^yre8e^t7ain|^ 



-mil fhirfMn .iihiirpii-foi^iH- ^^y" 1 ™ 1 ^-)^!,; from teri to twelve miles in ^idth, 
« w 9 » X K teet . ab ?I 3 fch P s ^' \m it iretty slaiids^lot its surface; and c-harnil 



* tain -1J, 

piintjiiii 



i.iig 



fpgi) 



T 

)eauty. 



vsulphur Icrjl- 1 



woliliyoljjji visit. ,.. . « ., 

'hiRi^^onntoftJieilohdeis of L'ak^cdiilnty 1 
L • — n number, ivfn th Dukajid iiv|e htildr 
lere ip mucl^ ttuggjedn't'ss of ;sce|i 



urpus vai 



alum 



boiling caldrons of a black, tM jkiiqiiidji %\. 

;a4ls.ilpl ui- spring! Wvyjjeposits otsuh, -far, salts, amnion^ tartaric acid, inaJiuSa" 
piL emir flip ground in pl.^es. ThAe k-$ ir^tetinli tent boiling springs, froin fhiel 
jets of water and voun.^ o/H roaring s|ea* ssie! at short intervals. -The - S tea I boat 
<4vser»!js t ie most imp^ssiv^ of jail, 'wjlthfJi jr^atibo ly of steam thrown' up uiid«fr Jre- 

jT'P^-jae hot 4nd cold .medicated ba'^hs, 

[From innumerable fissures in the ground 

..nf- .is: over sevens feet in diameter, aikd its 

r„Y< "t! 1 is ^ rt (f the S^ -fClejir Lake, ibout 
;lhe,scp::4ry whi^l: surrounds thfc. beautiful Ishoefc of 
v,v r " riW~ •••::' "XT ."ir** : f aHo6 ajid its in ighbord, presents al the striking 
^lilleenceiibkweentheC^stltanieandtlHS 3ieik JAt Clqa? Lake we find inpiad of 
gnune,sr l qvv-boyere(Lea-tli-giu 



giy<|sja!n| i npressibp of infinite repose. 



Konockti bathes its 



of 
feet ih tluj 
C f !ear- Lake, and easily aceus^ible from 
spect icles to be found in the 



ors, 
si 



Gominually force: their way, 
r<a|3e. . This curiokityfis well 



The 



fotate. 






altern 



-.1 i ; 

osewith a mention 6f the j Blue 
above the sea) twelve -miles from 
iting with quiet wood pictures' of 



6 



CALIFORNIA: ITS WONDERS AND RESORTS. 




AROUND SAN FRANCISCO. 



AN FRANCISCO itself is a superb winter resort; ftir residents qfthe Eastern citijes ; 
but as it has a fixed po| illation of three inn died and fifty thousand, it unfortu- 



nately, under the common interpretation of the term '''resort," cannot be so 
classed. Evidence, however, of the great chanh 'Of its climate in winter if found 



in the fact that dijring t liose months which in t 
"winter," San Francisco' is always crowded wit 1 visito 
generally unique character of it> attraetiohs as a city,— 
cable roads, its lofty hillsj whose slopes and sitmii its are 



close neighborhood of the! two <•}] 



lar resorts, Sausalito and San Rafael, its beautiful Iand-1 
with flowers in bloom throughout the year,—- it has such 
succession of bright days, a line bracing air, a cjompleti 



arming cities, Oakland and Alameda, and the neat 



10 East are. appropriately called 
s. Apart from the strong and 
uich as its wonderful system of 
lined with attractive hoiji£s, the 

popu- 
j>cked harbor, its splendid park, 
ittraction as an almost unbroken 
exemption from epidemic and 




>l ...< m i j — ■ ww 'I . « I . 



-r'^+^SJj^?^-; endemic diseases, andj an energetic, 
, v ;£^~-~^§^~\ virile population, >v1iose zestful pin*-' 
/ * r, Y>-v. v ^ sll jt () f pleasure is a natural conse- 

quence of its prosperity and hetuth. 'The superb hotels 
and theatres »j>f San .Francisco are a marvel to the 
world; and within a radius of a few miles from its 
borders are nia,ny of the most noted health an^ fashion 
resorts on the continent. One of the chief attractions in 



lediate neighborhood of San Francisco is Mount Diablo, a noblej peak wh ch ',rise,s 
e ('oast Range, cast of San Francisco, and about thirty miles distant i:i an air 



'j 



VICINITY OF CLIFF IFOl'SK 

the immc 
from the 

line. A delightful trip is to kjave San Francisco in the moi|ning, quit the ra.Iroad at 
Martinez, take a team for the mountain, make the ascent (an easily accomplished task, as 
/the road runs to the summit), and return to the city in tl\e;even;in£. The view fioni ( th« 
/summit is indescribably bcautitul. San Francisco, Oakland, Alameda, and dpzqns of 
other towns and cities, nestle closely on the ground far below ^ and San Jose js visible 
in the distance. Far to the nor :h and west are ijseen the snow-crowned summits of tin' 
Sierra, with grand old Shasta overtopping them all. Directly east oi Mt,J)iablo are the 
- Byron Springs, noted for the medicinal virtues of their [hot and cold sulphur, soda, iron 
and magnesia springs. They have also a natural hot mud bathjwhicli has cuijed Jnany 
a sufferer from rheumatic and oilier afflictions. Commodious bath-houses and| gOod hotel 
accommodations are provided ; uid they are open the year round. We leave the South- 
ern Pacific train at Byron station, some distance beyond Martinez, and take pe. stage 
thence two miles to the springs. ! . 

; The Coast Division of the southern Pacific Company is peculiarly favored, as it \s 
the highway to some famous pleasure resorts. It runs, south from [San Framcisco to 
San Luis Obispo county, witl| short branches to Santa' Cruz, t\\e p.otel deu Monte, 



I. 




Hon erey, 

a number] 

San I 

fores 

vipej 

Jopv 

Hock 



sof 
ards 
wltl 



Pacific Grove jahd oilier 
of 1 beautiful tWns 



Jose 
miles) 

day v^sitofs ape penjiittei. 

use 



pAUFOtNIA 



ranlasci) imilionairjs, in eluding Sahlft 



Ut'iM spring: J is finely maead? ■ 



hat we 'eave the ra 
away. Hundreds 



J 



TS WQiD 



ER£ 



resorts. Jiist 



oalj: wec'atcjh aj tfliiiipse of the Sta^iprcJ Junior. University,; ami tfliere areAaany 

aid orchards, Fi ty miles ^rprri flan Frkinifjcp is the cnarmirig city or Ban 

it^ gupei'b |iotfeI and its numerous ilactfe otjr jsoe^ near by,; including theklum 

Sulftitff Springs and bat lsj in a prtettyj Unity, se^n miles '^roin San Jbs6. TheTroad 



oad 



seethe 



farne 



various instrum 




jfTN" tl)e Saiijta Cruz^M(»u|ijta^ns \ye tin<| s^q^e jeraar 



but 'giving ifi its pi 



■^)V 



yield 
trdes, 
thetiigT 



Shasta Roui;e 



u( 



ami Maribosa ; and next tjo t lesei coine ! t 

Tliespot, n which they aU nlcl s| surpassing) 

In the hollow, trunk of which jlive<l a largi 

near. Tlies(| are .favoritje piejjiife grounds ; 



siderable jehg 



th of time. 



spots whjclvj invite to. rest 
waters fuib' favorite resort* 



those w'iujn ajri active cii> ' iif ^ has prepare 
a'ins afford flock hither ]feyery summer, and 
and shady ra vines. In r thes j mountains 
New Alijitydep, easily reajche|[ by; rail. 



1 



in) zejl, 8 



andiis> 



to visit thejLiikO 



people throng $ 
1 >ok| phrough \ 



is e^plainejd bHh( 



» 



or 



6 s< une i of the;dim|ies 



fo 



a small scale. 



Throiiglfdut the v Me 



Beautiful st uiuns 



v • " 



[the 1 most ei] <Jrt 



•'i 



S ASD RESORT8. 



ou: 



.th 



that are p$rtiMaily rioted for being thfj country horW of 



o, ■ >elmc nt and Men loe Park 



jkhef Observatory every Saturday, on 
\ gpeat^si telescope in the world; c 



Z MOUNTAINS. 



tick 



:ng ft 



Of the purest; water abound; an ^ the 

fisher [uep of t(ie j State. Thousands of 

;to jen'jby the luxuries which these uioWt- 

ftfim reds of tents dot the mountain «;lopes 

th't word's greatest quicksilver mil ej at 



of San Francisco it 



passes tl 



Throufc lithe 



r )ugh 



•f f ishiot able drivp of the citjr. It ts a E> San 



iserVatory, on Mt. Hamilton, twenjty-six: 



jvrtiich 
an I' the 



cqurteous astronomers. 



exn 

rnrv/ 



Of tl)/ 



i mountain trip there 4re row antic 



* ■ 



kably entjcjng scen(jry. It is the 
ie superb grandeur ojf Uiatscmery 
■ , , ^ .-- r ~~.~ rflTr ~.. r r ...j > essionsiof beauty fthatinatjun ever 
td her eager ^^rslipers. jThJefiirt torenb River, shaded by great' redwood 
winds along, no|v peacefully,, and. tfiei i inlttrbulent disorder; atod near it are 
eesi 'Hire morjilfampiis proves of jfl|(j. skqwh i gigantea are those of Calaveras 

Bijf Trje?s (tfthe Santa* CruzMouniains. 

jrl be| .utif u . One of these giants is slijwn, 

fjun ly ih early days. Fremont's cat in is 

irijd tire t|rnin always, stops here; for a Itson-' 



,.i 



CALIFORNIA 



ITS WONDERS AND RESORTS. 

f 



THE L3AY OF MONTEREY. 




II E watering places on th ' 



gate attendance of pleasure-seekers. 'l|he shore is sheltered from 



summer winds and fogs 

Coast; and the climate 

The absence of harmful 



bloom uneinialed in any other country in the world. 



-? A branch of the Coast Divi 
at Pajaro, divides, one branch 
Cruz, and the other skirting the 



the summer is crowded with 
interior cities of 'the State 



a 



T 



Bay of Monter,ey annually have anlenornu 



ion leaves the main line at Gilroy, rind upojji arriving 
umiing along the northern side of the bay to Santa 
southern arm, passing, the Hotel del MonteJj Monterey 



and Pacific Grove. Santa Cruz is a beautiful city, with a long sand beach, and during 



which occasionally invade other parts of the 
of both winter and summer is indescribably delicious, 
frosts renders possible a luxuriance |)f outdqor- flower? 



is aggrfri 
the higl 



)oi>ulation drawn largely from San jFraneisco and the 
lis is true also of Seabright, Capitoia, Sequel, Aptos 
and other favorite summer resorts on the northern arm of the bay.jf Another way of 
reaching Santa Cruz is by the Santa Cruz Division of the Southern j' Pacific | Company: 
It is advisable for us to visit thi) Hotel del Monte by way of the Coast Division, then 
follow the contour of the bay around to Santa Cruz, and return to 8an| Francisco 
over the Santa Cruz Division. This gives one of the most charming, picturesque and. 
varied rides of about two hun I red and fifty miles that may be found in.jthef entire 
countjry. On the line of the ('oast Division we pass through a ibvel country filled 
with orchards, vineyards and gain-fields, -while on either hand is a range jj of , mount-, 
ains iin the distance. On the Santa Cruz Divjisioh the scene is changed. At Santa 
Cru/.the road plunges at once into, the heart of the Saiijja Cruz Mountains, and after! 
traversing them for thirty-five idles, winding through gorges and I gulches, and here 
ami there following the tortuous course of a beautiful mountain stream^ it emerges into. 

Gatos. ' Near this place, at Saratogji, are ;he Pacific 
Congress "Springs, situated in pne of the most Charming canons, in Califonia. There: 
are a delightful hotel ami otter accommodations. The i railroad runs northward; 
from Los Gatos through pretty rill ages and miles of superb orchards and vineyards, 
parses through San ,Ios t '> and Santa Clara, runs by the immense insane asylum at 
Agnews, strikes the Bay of Sai Francisco at Alvisq, and kkirts that wonderful sheet 
of water on the eastern side, passing through several delightful towns; und termi- 
nating at Alameda, on the e> .stern side of the bay, opposite San Francisco. [ At 
Alameda there are famous, baths which San lfranciseans liberally patronize; and the 
city is exceedingly attractive. Large ferry-boats transport passengers across tie bay 
to San Francisco ;' and to a visitijig stranger this' is one of the most delightful sections 
of the tour. 



THE 




nil beauty— the llott 
American Watering; PI 



some forest on the continent. 



HOTEL DEL MONTE. 



1 1 ■ i 

UL southern end of the Bay of Monterey has an attraction o 



1 del Monte, known everywhere as the ' 
aces." It is on the railroad and a. niil 



charming' old town o' Monterey. The hotel is a splendid sty'iictjure of 
modern Gothic design, and is situated in the most striking 



This grove is composed of gigantic livn 



f more than natu* 
'Queen of 



lid 



fro hi thii 



hand' 



oaks mid 



1 towering pines, and as the trees of both species are unusually large and present; 
the more striking peculiarities of their kind on the most stupendous -[scale, they 
present a picture of unique effisctiveness., The contrast between [the oaks, sprawlf 
ing, low and wide-spreading, aid the pines interspersed among t lem, t\ij|a or three 
times as tall, and straight and symmetrical, is exceedingly striking. In me heart qi 
this great natural park is a flower-garden of one hundred and twentw-six acres. 
Apart from the vast expenditure of labor [and money made oil this cjardsn, the 
natural conditions for floriculture which exist here are not equaled elsewjnere in the 
civilized world. These causes nake this garden the finest' exhibition Of skill and 
beauty in floriculture that e>.ist; for nothing in Europe, where the culture, of 
flowers is carried to so high m art, can approach it in design, management and 
1 splendor of color effect. In the 'Grounds there are the Laguna d^l Re.vjWhose glifr 
Bering waters cover fifteen acres of ground, and from the center of) which rises a fine 
-thin fountain, and upon whos» surface boating is a pleasant pastime; a buridup 
maze; numerous tennis ground*, paved with ashphaltum; alluring walksj and drives 
without a particle of dust or nud; and numerous swings, settees, and ajliun<lre(i 
otJier things.; The hotel itself is a noble structure. It has broad verandas a nf! 
contains five hundred rooms, fhe furnishings throughout £ re the finest that could 
be procured, and were manufactured especially for this lotel. j In summer this 



t is visited 
Mexico, 'wljjo 
s who come 



phiidid, sunshine] o 



. 'ok 



superl) res 

States and 

with visftofi 

in the 

descri 

cence 

contrai 

SoitthirV Abate? that|^ 

nione.v 






that the char 
enter.taiwr 



,„uw.««.M»wiBi (provided. ji'S 
uch liigher a: ejtho charges'' 
ep than'oiie! nay visjtj the; 
tethe fargrea ;er aiBtarice tr 



Ell 



nia: rta wic 



4fcp 



^MncipajUy by (jJa 
\m\\ ito escape tlj 

;^|epc|ip[e| the'fearfi 



' Mc r terely. 



ie Hotel 




RESORTS. 



9 



and visitors from the Southern; 

thinners; but jn winter it is filled) 

of the Eastern $tates and: baskj 

H inferred from this incomplete, 

re proportioned to the magnifi- 

ver^ is not the case. On the 

lionable waterinjL: places of the 

Monte from the ^ast and save 



bu 
On 
Btr 



pic 

the 

itches 



.ben qfi 



'lease 



ibath 
tthe 

JBW 

Scon 

m 



ito 
intf 
!J»ot^l 
'•uni'n 

fjtitnte 



h 

opeah 
for 



» hi a fa 

the 



i'ate 



% 



Xt] 

)avil 



and 
t*,n 
tie; 



301118 



Wl 



is protected) fr 

high tre^-grti 

side of thisj 

miles fromjllin 

Tipus resort f6r 

lder sport of: a 



iliqn df the [lob 
diboilebf!tbe fl 
Ha, filled Ifflijy 
central idJE a 



ivir 



he 



lie. Pacific 
r. dge of sa 

<fge is one oft 
:drdy around I ifie 
urfjbathersj ? Fti 
plunge in to \\ 

jjli del Monte. 

i i^sf. bathing: 
wit(i'8ea ! watelr 

putithere are 



ds, iiot Only by its embowering fofpst, 

Q teaming between it and the ocean, 

finepi /Wind-beaches in the world. ; It 

jayjtow&rd its northern iarm, and this 

;• fjh^fe, fiowever, who prefer luxurious 

surf, tl erfe has been provided the,great 

[islo.tj he| beach, a short distance* from 

|.blisfiinejit:H in the/ world. Four large 

•ojughb to different fixed temperatures, 

usurious baths of various kinds, in 



10 



CALIFORNIA: ITS WONDERS AND RESORTS. 



MONTEREY AND ITS VICINITY. 




-tf^»v- vation and others in piqtiir«sque ruins' 



%0NTEliEY, 11 mile distant from the Hotel (lei Monte,! although net sir 
iS resort, is so charming and interesting that we cannot >affojrri to bass 
it noticed. It is the oldest town in the State, and many of* ts ancient ... 
houses, built more than ;. century agq, are still standing, some in fine preser- 



t strictly a : 

t un-i| 

adobe ) 



Pacific (Jrove, three miles be\oid Monterey, is a famous resort, particularly ii 

lei, Monte, 



) j) h n d o o 

telightful 

ainmont— |>r cot 
tagesjinay Uehad. 
' People of the 
more [cult 



sort, 



ipart 



limr . It nestles 
cosily in a great 

. pine grove, is built 

, on ground which 

; rises gently from 

: the hay to t he 
sum m i t of the 
peninsula, and is 
the ideal resting- 
place for t h ose 
who, caring noth- 
ing fori the. greater 
elegance o f t he 
Hotel del Monte, 
want to d rea m 
uwav a month of 
'leiieious repose. 
Hathing, moss- 
gat h erin g, and 
strolling a 1 o n g 
the rocky shoie 
are favorite pas- 
times. KI Car- 
melo, the modest 
sister of the Hotel 

ventioiis, such as the Chautauqua 'Assembly and others 
pfovided for this purpose. j . , , , 

i One of the most 'interesting of the attractions hereabout is the fajno^s Ei 
Drive, a, splendid macadamised highway, starting from the illotej, del 




stun- 

fas an 
r and 
enfer- 



ured 
from 



■ SCKNES AT MONTEREY 



those whj) pursue i 
the lighter fo'nnS 
of f ash rjo liable! 
pleajsure, come 
h it blur by thou- 
sands; jt is the 
resting-place of 
artists, [teachers, 
musicians, lite- 
rary p e op e, and j 
brain- workers in; 
general. A .» aeon- 
sequence there 
are held lit re dur- 
, ing tjie sin inner a 
: larg;b nunherbfj. 
I important con-;, 
A superb assembly hall isj 



mile 



hteen- 
Monte, 





insulJi, 



little 



)»e 



, II- 
s\\i throligh Montere^ jcrjjpsin^ over thfe 
it famous old Caring ' 
passing, on the way. 



)bl 



eH, 



resen 
bit 



;froin 
water 
Thfe S 



lar 
ab< Miul 



CAiilW 



c< 



.>rner 



fori 
While 



of the world; 



iiNIA: ITS WONDSHS A 



1 - • 

pfings are beautifuM.si 



WO 



n 



\r 



Mission, not faij awjay), 
the curious, gnat ed cypress 
some eharmingijlieaehes, 
thd seal rock, ijipbn whijch thousands of, se 
ojr, wlich supplies Paci ic Grove anditlie Hotel 
, and then Monterey agiiri.1 ; -j 

iH'e. wi this part of |({e Sjtate ! we mayv 



fit-l.hfe!(ll 
lroy.' This is a fa) pons 'resort for inv] jjids a!n(j 



thejreifbbut I ate an irre&isM 
;JM{jdrone Mineral Springs ,; 
The Tissajara Springs', 



in all 



of this coiin 



1,ry bordering on th&Bt.y of 



,d ilre 
\joast 



p6s"se|ss exception^ thes ling powers, 

iiated in, the 
temptation tojihofce 
ijriiies north of %\\i Gilid 



ND RESORTS. 



Wk of j the peninsula to Carmel Bay (pass- 
4 thence skirting the entire pen- 
trees, which are peculiar to this 
ljich yield marvelous mosses and 
ilp scrambl^'and bark ; the great 
el Monte with water ; Frempnt's 






Ir 



imei 



who 



4? t. r * ^;?^mh~ t *& 



11 



py Hot Springs, reached by stage 
leasure-seekers. The hot mineral 
Jul both for drinking and bathing. 

in ' ' ' 



r; aip the hunting and lishing 

enjoy that kindj of sport. 'I/he 

Hot Springs, are also very popu- 

in l^onterey (^uiiity, a|re I largely visited. (jh>»>A n.wi i\ a u 

Monterey. 



i 



time and lish 



i s 



I J? 









1 



til 



' if 







'■'\ \ I* \ : ':\- 










^mH^SB 









"■■'rff.Suu, > 









!!l 



The 



broad vf 



Cjoas 



"o|igli Monterey ,00*111 



■»JJnity'o|f San Luis ObiWo 
W use Of t ie waters \fl]le 



live 



ley o 



])iyisioi 



poinps tlj^|Pbra(pblS 
?ion, we arrive at t||e 



Pf 



ahdt 



(he 



theSalinafpfvir. We sha'U 



If asp 



W 



inty. 





if 

Ikv 

h. 

|)vjt|ie us^ Af tie waters ^clii'thesb noble A™ ■„ 
If furious Santa Ysabel Spiihfcsj which lately ha vf. 
»>< stil]|liur water.. Ih ^rfe-hiftojric lirnes this i§ fist have 
nfln.4 riu ;i|nciei t darhs •areiyMl)!^. |,\Vithin th^tist f 



'X"] ut TF iei ! 1 uams are iyipipiej- \v lpum me, last few 
w : 'f gardens aid drjves, andj by the construction o ' an 
nW, \vl^<j the visitor can 1 " 7 ' u ' ' ' ' ; '' T ' " ' 



SANTA 



Southern Pa 
;rminaites in S 




« )rings, seven ijmilei byj 
and aae very pdnula:*. I] 
i>-'de.IiobiesHotatia'doia 



indulg 



Thous^j^ds 



conjti 



least 



ursuing the j< 
Sulphur Sprii 



ejina most ^ner(v4ti 



uruey on the Coast 

gs, in tlie northern 

of renjarkable cures have 'b sen effected 

Not far from ^'asd liobles are 

coiiji^ into prominence. They yield 

)een a. great health rosort,, as the 

yuars the place has bet n improved 

aj-tificial lake of the \yarm spring 

swim. 



.fg 



nies its course sout 

bispo countyi traversing |tlje rich, 

beauties all the way ; but qi'ir first 

slja^e from Soledad. These yield 



tWrdly 



c 12 



CALIFORNIA : 



.. 







TS WONDERS' AND RESORTS. 



J. 



YOSEMITE AND THE BIG TREES 

i 1 

course the crowning glory of California's natural i attractions is, [the Y6senii;^ 

Valley ; and no real visit to the State can be made without seeing this marvelous 

creation. As no other njitiir.il wonder in the world has been so (|fien ajid abjy'. 

described as this, we shall do hardly 'more than mention it. To, reach 

the bay from San Francisco t( Oakland, and there take the Southeni 

pnny\. train by way of Martinez an I Lathrop. Here we enter the great jSan Joaqujiji 

\falle ,% the southern end of the vast i iterior basin, of which the Sacramento ( Valley is the 

northern end. -On the right, toward the west, lies [the Coast Range, low itikl da rid, aiid 

on the east, the towering Sierra Neyadas, whose giant peaks are forever covered with 



it, v e crok 
'acifjc Coifc 




snow 



tiiw vosi;m\tk valley. 



.•' v 



iial snow) that we must penetrate to ijnd the Yosemite Valley. We ieave tl 

at B,erenda,one hundred and seventy leight miles from San Franeised, and tjake it brand! 



valkjy cannot afford to let these monarchs «» ...v, ,vi WV1 - T n- - . , . 

Tahhage says' of them : " Who that has seen them can think of them without hayings ins, 
blood tingle? Trees are now standing there that were old when Christ lived, inese 
nionii'chs of foliage reigned before Ciesar or AlexanUoH and the next ticusand years 
will n )t shatter their scepter. They are the knasts of fchfc (jontinent; their ( a ivasi spreads 
on t|u winds, while the old ship bears on its "way through the ages. Their Jsi^e, of wlitcn 



It is into the heart of these snow-dail summits (tlujugh below the lilie of per j>etr 

" ■ ' e Yosemite Valley. We leave t le mam line 
jght miles from San Francisco, and t 
ijailrnad, calleil the Yosemite Division! which runs eastwardly into the Sierra, focjthills to 
Raymond, twentv-one miles fromlWnda, Here we take the stage for. the Mariposa l*ig 
Trees and Yosemite. The ride is sfiperb ; for as the road, with thousand of {»]"""# 
diul twistings, rapidly climbs the Sieira, it brings into view a series of scenic Wonders 
Lid beauties which only these extraordinary mountains disclose. | 

The Mariposa drove of Big tTrees is on the way to Yosemite ; and tljt , Visitor to ■ tne 

^ ■ of the forest pass. The Rev.'! T. I>e Witt 




of 



CA1 



ItuRlfllA 



i spisak, dpea notj 



ibenddus 
Sow i a 

sn ws 



beautiful 
of the Sief 



incite 

y jQvor 

Igrablte w.^1 1. 

1 hat jvdlley 

the nfosfc- 



af 'ectiirie so mucffiiiJ t leir longevity., Though s4 old now, the 
?ulilc „ VTO «., Twill crackle iii thj iks conflagration of the planet," 
ourselves' a; j^s ; on Inspiration^ pii t^ gating down upon the incredible j^on- 
^osemit^ Ya|le|y,}Y a ' long,) irre||tlj)^ ph^isra (in the heart of the mountains. 



ITS 



AlNi 



RESORTS. 



13 



foriie ^/tJiejn Willi cra/jkle ii^ tl$ iks conflfgrrtioh of the planet," 

" r e^'a; |^s ; ori Inspiration^ pii * ~ JI J " 4l " -" — 

iuaemitd^^aJltyjYa long, irrejldt l r .^ M .-..«. v f-»» «*■ *»^ u.«u«miiio. 
walls! of gr va\bi im grotesque anil lu'gestiv^ .forms inclose the valley ; and 




m 

(1 inj ( 
lasting 
ance. 
liovah 
t h r o it e 
eartli, ti< 
are its W 
pilliirs."3tind 
['^ flow i fn 
the immense 
fliasni of this 
►•jail Ley, tail 
6okjup :ind 
Wonier'at'Car 
^rjire'.Ycjseii 
}msi greater 
iocki, 30 lihat 



ite Falls, 
descent 



dro 
M) 



the Jwhi^eJsiimt 



N\|en. fori ler are': ifeya&l Falls'; plugging I 
the jvater n rtokete; tl ekiter n pearls, thety 
4 casc|de pings dqw|i -jfie tycfc^ enough} 



Tlia 

p#spn|intilitdr6pdiiitfi 
ioref er| unfl evjer. ?' ' 



viify'heh'bit 

II j 1 ' ■ ■!! 



w 



sparfcliii^ river wnd'sftr^atfupy through the floor |0f the valley. 

jr.a! slowly melting^ ;cc»llecK into rivers, and these plunge head- 

' ' i, H I < i . thedral Kock, 

vast, 'gloomy 
minister, built 
for the silent 
worship of the 
mountains.! 
TonderisSfn-i 
tinel Ilockj— i 
three tluiiH 
sand two hnn-j 
died and ^v- 
?nty feet high 
-- bold. 8 «. ) i- 
tary, standing 
guard a nongj 
the age -, Hs| 
top seldom;' 
touched, until 
a bride -One 
Fourth o( Jiily 
mounted 1 it, 
and ]> [anted 
the 1 , national 
st^ndaijd, and 
the people 
down in the 
',y ilobkud . 
\m\ saw 
head 'of 
mountain 



vaj 

n 

the 
the 



tjurbuned with 
the jStars and 
Stripes. Yon- 
hut are t\n\ 
Three . Broth j 
ers, four thoin 
sandfeethighj 
Clouds' Rest/ 
North and' 
South Domes, 
and heights 
ne'er captured 
save by the 
bayonetsjof 
th<ji thunder*' 
storm. The 1 
Bridal Vjeil 
Fall, so thJn 
that yon cftn ' 
see !the face of 
the '.mountain' 
I . j 1 behind: yon- 

ntyo thousand six hundred and thirty-four fek — sixteen 
i- These, wi iters are 1 dashed to death on the 
at the sl$in liters, Wen ling ilu ajjpbe of mist, seeks 
seven! In ind red* feet, the water in arrows, . 
ter ipjame ;lrj'8ts, the water in diamonds, 
w Jls td *rn y all the ea^rth in heauty, anfl 
3, the [sinole of their torment ascending 



14 



CALIFORNIA: ITS WONDERS AND RESORTS. 



OTHER S/ERRA WONDERS. 




we shall ho well repaid for a visit, to thi$ enchanted spot. It s hardly sojeasy : jJf 



acce; 
of C 
read e 



as Yoscjmite, and is not so much visited ; ; but for all that it & one ot 1 
fornia. The Calaveras Grove of Big Trees liluvvise demands our atte 



I by stage, from. Milton, which connects jvith Sajn Francisco by jrail. 



the f 



tentioh. 



pnddr 



It 



WhiW in tl „ 
vicir.ty, we may pay a visit to the Wonderful Mammoth Cave of Oalavoras,- fourteen 
mile distant from the Big Trees, or (seven miles fro n Murphy's.; The Crystal IpalaJe 
Cast ivhieh lias a hotel at its mouth, is not far from iere. It is soutlheast o! Miirphy's, 
just tcross theStanisalus Kiver, and Ihje miles north o ! Columbja, a^ stage (station Two 
natural bridges in this vicinity, one of them u remark; ble formatioif, deserve a vjijsit. ]\ 
comparatively little known scenic marvel of, the Siena is the King's Kivei] ianon. We 
may "hire horses and reach it from eitljer Fresno or Vhaliii. Here the scejn'eiy i;j]wil'de]r. 



■sn 



s, 
e' 



grar : .lor, and more picturesque than a|t Yosqmito; bu the valley, though V3ry Ibng, is 
littl ■ more than a gorge, the scenery lacks tlm finer finishing touched of ;Y< Semite, and 
woi! lerful waterfalls are absent. The lowering 'needle. 1 , domes, and clilfs of granite pierce 
the T .kr> thousands of feet above jthe tl'oor of the valley, conveying an imjprejssiojrt of t{e 
wih 'siffml fiercest desolation. The thvest lis|hiiig in tf ' 
and hose who are hardy enough to tempt fate in the f< rin of a grizzly^ may find ajbunda it 
op]' rtunity. The Kern r Kiver canon, farther south, mt also o])ening into the gre;(t i 1- 



teri r basin of the State, is probably equally as wonde/ 
eon watively little, known 



BEAUTIES OF THE 



ful as the King's Kiver canon 1 , bit 



SOUTH* 



|/|J|VEUYl$t)I 

: '\ l r jj ', addition 
VI h parable charms 



>Y has read of Southern California; hnd little can be sa 
to the volumes which have peen devoted toj descriptions 



id of interest in 

of, these incoiii- 

i by rail| welmay 

make it a Hying visit. Hard; jmd unresponsive indeed must be trie natuj'e wlii'ii 

iuickbned by |he intinitje charms and graces of jthiij favored 

1 fruits ripen throughout the ye; r. 



Since Santa Barbara has bom made accessible 

• .-I, i ■ i ■ ' • i i ii < i ■ 



fail#to be touched and <\ 
sp d. The climate is a perpetual spring; ai^d tropic; 
Ti e city rises from a. pleasant beach to the si 



tli j i^outh. The. shore line runs east 
tr jde-wimls. There are superb hot* 
ni'icial, and others. To the north 



find \vt 
Is here, 
.ower of 



ea'*t and west stretch long vistas of beach aiid valley.4, and to the soijth is tlje 



>pes'of the Santa Ynez Mountains, 
t; the mountains shelter the town 
including the Arlington, San Alar 
the castellated crags of Santa Yni 



ocean, with the beautiful islands |of San Miguel, Santa Kosa, Santa Cruz, apd 



rising from its depths. Four miles from Sauui Barbai 



i is the charming resort JVfohteci 



s tiu 
z, aji 



nd f a< es 
from t le 
>s, Com- 
% to tfie 
rand old 
VmicaW 




tb, 




w 
ell 



11 



VII 



I»0] 

m 



iJate, juid, 
Upon 



The city 



n ngs. 



itse 



theiiiopt ' 
San Gab Wei 



ki riU l a 



boF.nti.ful 
nilattoo 
Are V 14 



to\m 



)te 



sum j rb 1 
holile hliiifs 
html and 
AMelcsl 
eijlturede 

} In Sa 
slidrt run 



CiAlilF6M 



f. 



\r. 



Backj oi 
afso for thd (Mai 
gdiiig to Los Apg 
f is. beautiful ; b 
iopurat'pli(|e» of 
Mountain sj fjrom 
id; orange groves 
n of P^sadeia, \ 
an can hep und 

a 'Charming- siid I 
Kaymoiidj. On 

overlooking lie e 
bathing fil .' the 
us to Lorn Be 
and thd n leeti 
Bernardino |couhjb|r 
Riverside, j tpe 
intry is this, 



Sahftaj Barpara iS 
"[alley Springs 



si rf- 
rii gs 

as?es, 

i 

to 

SCO 



and 



AS ITS' WO 



i ' i 




le; 



|th«j',qjfi 

at Nordh off. 



fopi 



ea^ is .Santa -Ji '. 
jyear roulnd.: 
Be&ioh, on th 



ft me 



RS AND 



This is a fine health resort- 
^js we find duraei r es]iji the center of a deligitful'qnintry. 
ja Knowledge of jits qharms is ebmmpn propeity. It is pne 
0sort in Cjilifornif for Eastern people, Back of it rise the 
whose wteteroj ^iope ^< Ilthousari dp of acres of orchards, 
seal J : At 'tii 3 base of tlfese moui tains jsits, the 
Jiicli has ! more! w >alth| ind refihei tent in pr< iportion to its 
elsewhere 1 in. : < He i State. Oh the slope is the famous Sierra 
., ular resort* \V ti a f^ne hotel ; and near Psisadena isnthe 
the coast,} elj{l|tje$ii miljesfijoin L>s Angeles, situated- on 



REPORTS. 



i ■ , i 

VUley, noted for its 

ft I'liio to «, ««■« I.O 



15 



health-giving 



njba, a famcJus seaside resor;, with a fine* 

railroal running directly suitli from Los 

c6 M,~- a popular resort for liter iry and other 

ig place oi t)i >jk)fy an tap |ua and otjher societies. 

■; we inay Jeay isjthe Sout lern Pacific at Coltoi andmalje a 

he of whose manges^ s known all over tl e world. A 

on 3 whic;h,y}]tnivelp, we 'cannot alford to miss. The 



spk 



tin 
m! 

al> 
;er< 

tr< 



an 1 



.thi 

J'eit 

i;1im 



tl 

t\v 

an 



ti 

of 

hi 

d( 

hri 

bv 



w 
clu 



th(| 
€a 




iffhts <}f 
id ii 
A de 



<|hy 
iy>ti: 

(l with 



San 'DiegA, jvith. \-A splendid cli 
dthiiijture with do )le grpuiids bn tut 
>irc to see tli^ sitrangc jind p^culiat 
^outHeriijPaeiiic jnto San piegol [county. 
Sjiifeula'r gorge! i i tin; San Jacinto* 



J^an f _ Q _, 
rge! ih the San Jacu.., . 
»a>tly 44 4jtliiir hiiiHi ; ?nd fh|e ttorir of tins 



, ■■ ■ < ■ .- .---r -! tl] 
i. alive palms dt h in ight ringing] 

cal uii ldrgrpwt|iiJiomi|eteBfthi,pictifrel 



mi 

[' 

1 



<)n: 



ei 



tie, soi 
!iij made 
>|it!tedly 



'jthey .areloadbd Atitl palatabjd fnjt^)f the date variety.l In the midst of 
a Iarg0 hbt|jn ner;t( sp| ri ig inejo^d in anatui-al basin one hundred and fifty 
jter; THjeW iter is pushed ui>i:i|a i;rtjat 3olumn|; and wonderful cures! for 
sciatica antliMndiejtl jftl ctidns' lhjve t)een uffepteif by bathing in this pool.i 



lep 



alM»itn 



life 
ifornir, 



a 



nl 



anntia 
sjvalh»3 r s 
in dta in 

jiiiatwiii, Sciatica antl! kindMl liffllctioiik lfijve )een feffepteif by b-.itliinb in this pool. 
Vttei leaving SevenjPiilmi; we; travel a:f \f \t iles southeast ward ly on tlio railroad find 
enccunifcr the Mng^hT e (perfer ce of ditMrJ ng bilow the .level of ;he.sea. Indio is 
tyfe^t plow, ftnd i shor; distance Lbey rkl we" ■ touch the lowest print, two hundred 
ixty^esbelov^atFiiik's. ! .Ilhis is'ahu rf«I wuhtTi.^ere being no iirtural vegfta- 
j, out ^ere w^ter i$ aHil dally aprilied, tjie e dpi :ty rs l to be no limit to the fecundity 

ij3e is a p aCe \yhere aston shing cures have 
,,,„,,,,, , , iufffringVivit|i pulmonary affections this un- 
jsjan earthly Mradise. .Hetirnfii&iWB inmt s^op at Colton and visit a ople- 
refcrt, the, Arrow HeaM SprJiigsJ ne^ Sal Berrardinp,- whidi'aroau uially visited 
timiis^il^ofihealth-sefeisJ |: [i "■;['' ' ' ■ a 1 * ! • 

Unless ve be c'dntrollejdb/ k desiije to vl it'tlle moije %&liionable and ■•popular resorts, 
e tn^ nghest dnd finest luxuries of bi p ( vilizatioh are provtdei at a reasonable 
fi?e, we n^iy find witji Utt.e | trouble [qu^, jjhannjngj otiifpf^he^wat Places without 



i v -j k al c ! a,ly H ,|e 4J #- e i|pi 

tndio is rapidjlkr-coiping intb i^o i^e is d p ace 
bir.thedfy, purk;ijr.[ Vot those 1 suif|rlng'fvitji 



n '«nber, ljirtiefe gentle jJauui 



a^d its .tyondeb . j n|ot jto co^istijt te 



painty her pfc 



d " ^teJ^l^WI 8 ^ ^V^ b ^ s ^M I 'othefc abide evervwhete, dnd constitute 



Jaw,- aijd. of the Hotel «Jel % C->ronado, that 

".orjimado Be ich. are well know n to all of ns. 

at ties of I aim Valley tempts us to fplljiw 

Ijeaviiig tlie rojtd at Seven Piilms. we ind 

^ljoti|itaiiisl TheitjUl granite niouiitsiiiis ?ise 

alley, for nil^siintd the mountains, istov- 

rptij' seventy- live;' to a] hundred feet. A rich 

nre are hvndrjedsof these stately palms; 

yn| fH)f \\\e date variety.l In the midst of 



efjsenefr of ia|moj*t [universal l(e||tl)J happiness, and prosperity! Not toisee 

f partjiorit; n|)t| to Me a child of this 



ijres and sings her soiigs - forev< ;r. Wonders 



;;g 



CALIFORNIA : 



ITS WONDERS AND RESORTS 



infinitely pontic mother; not to jo here and enjoy t 
the em) of securing greater prosperity and happiness,— is to be 
privilege; for in the possession of these natural ch irms Califor 
•alone in the world. Nature fling* open our doors, at d with an al 



us to leave our houses and go to 



the woods, 1 the mou 



showing in all her moods of fretfulness or repose 




jwl balmier and more eongenh.lelinies. This natu 
^t 3 |ind how shall we go?" T|ie questioii iseasil} 



rt» and honiearein 



REAChf CALIFORNIA 



iese bounties and blessings, te 

denied a pjicelesi. 

da standfl wholly 

tiring smile iWitet 

ntains, the fields, the sec shore 



hat though 
alifornia. 



her duties 



are m, 



boundless as the universe, her het 



HOW TO 

KOPLE of delicate health, in 



yalids, convalescents, tourists, and pleasure-seeken; 
residing in northern latitudes often turn their thoughts, fancies, and desires tc 

•ally induces the query, "KVhere 
question is easii}, answered— bo California, The 
)eauties and boundless Natural resources of California, the "Cornucopic 
•State/j have been graphically memorialized in verse and prose by our eminent pc/et* 
and authors. Its rapidly growii g popularity as a sanitarium and tourist resort iF 
a convincing evidence that the beneficial and climatic influences cf the Pacific Coast 
are becoming universally conceded. Having discovered the desired bayen of health, 
rest, and pleasure, the important quest ion i of. transportation presents itself. Ir 
deciding upon a route via which to travel to the Paci ie Coast, ono should Deselected 
which possesses the advantages and comforts whicl tourists so nruc'i desire] (Th< 
"Sunset Route" of the Youthen Pacific Company afTords to the travelerinccmpar 
able cliimate, balmy atmosphere, ueautiful, historic,~and romantic scenery, a-nc every 
modenl convenience. comfort, and luxury. This great line reacheu from Ne\yfo|ieanY 
to San, Francisco. ^\ ',,!',. 

The "Central Route," or as it is more commonly called, "\1he Pjioneer (Line,' 
reaches California by way of Sal b Lake City and 



the Grand Sierra Nevada Mounta 



ins. The": Shasta Itoute," or "(Jlreat Scenic tine, 
of the Pacific Coast, reaches California by way of Portland. 

In selecting eirljer of the above-named rqutes,, tourists ant] pleasure-seeker^ ma; 

and every facility to make the trip pleasant am 



be assured of courteous attentio 
enjovable 



Ofiden, Uta;h, and passes tlirougl 



, 



I, 1 





R 



For 



Nanies Net 



!Vk' 'v board ng 

aiiliiet mki', 

makoh ' 
{apt, captain. 

arb, carpenter. . 

wmkr.cictirinaker. 

JivengrjcivP 1 " 1 -'— — ' 
'jol'd, co!ore< 
Ik, clerk. 
o, company. 
<»n 'iner, . a inn lesion 
1 merchant. J j 

mfettriconlecttoner 
T, corner. 



igtj'agent. 
icct, account mt 
al, Riley. . . ' 
isj-n, astio'ciut oi 
u?st, assistant 
ive,.nveinje 
ids, boards. 
)et. between, 
jkbiiidfef, beckbinde 
iknr, i)(}6kkdq)tr, 
)ld|i, binldin A 
ilkhinith. bh dfcetaith. 
'Ik,' block. T 



A:. 



house, 
cabinet 



jn|jineer. 



illi&m A, .cM F 

ikhf 



/' 



P res(>> 
'ibbeyjtutler 
jbboti Eds )n 

Jbbotj Jam?s 

ijbboti Joel A," , _ 

j mill, nsli)4>7th. 

Jbbotf Walter, 

jbbott'Weshey 

r >' , !• • 



dep, 
dept 
DM 
diet, 



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— h, exchange. Vl 
expm in, expressman;; 
*"rn nil s,: furnish&l 

i' rooms. . i ■ 

gas ft r,lg$s fitter. 



mnfg, 
mnfy, 
meat i (if 
i], norjtl . 



{aimfactdry. '[! 
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lab, liibi>r?r.: ; 
- litho^i'Jitiognpher. I 
1 mech [ptfjir, mechanical 

eiijrihejr.l 
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cbpajL 
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<qor|d), ; re&l™ efitaiid'aye. 
A, removed; jt a .Chicago, 111; 

i wood wkrJjds 104 7th. ; 

Machinist j Eltoi's! tianinfc 



removed to 
l .rkv. agt/bds 



aU Sfatioial. 
1 Mi, p orth Des 
ii, JM oin'enj. 
iW J, rorthqast. 
'rtr.nfear. i • 
tiitarrj hot »ry public. 
n s, horthj t- ide. 
[} V, iiprthw&st. 
1 >Pv npttopj te. 
,}>r, operator: 
fOJjpdstofflce., . . 
Mpe-hgr,! paper hanger 
*> ^Protestant? Bpis- 
co Jal! I ■ - • < ■ 
iob k pliotographer. 

^V$4 : ' ■■'" i . 
6licej.nplh*reian. 
i esi prtJBid int. , 
''esb, fires wterian. 
rinjlJprincipfAl. . /- 
•ietor.'- 
i£r. 

Catholic. 
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Sj n llway mail 



*&f b,j|pufylle i 



a*sha ltownj 
^iiorU Housel' 




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Hoilll H. 

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UNDERSTOOD. 



.Jp4nikr, shoemaker. ; 
s Jj, ioutli side r T 
stpii bid •, stair builder. 
st, s reet. ■ \ ' 

steBng,ftenograple^. ' 
. ston* eti, ntone cdtter..' 
suptJsujierintendtnt. / 
sw, s >uti lwest. / 1 

tel,te legfaph, telej: h^n© 
tel.cpr, telegrapti /o^- 

te tiphdne open tor. ; 
travt gt, traveling i igei4 
treas, tnasurer, 
upholstr, upholsterer, 
vet siirg, veterinar r sur 

gedii. 
v. pre.' 4 vice president 
w,we«f. ' 

wh'olj wi olesale. 
wid, v Idow! 
wks, \ orps. 



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Lewis B; Boc|}s ( ^ r 

ss and Picture fames, Artisjts 
rchitects* Materiiilk and ^Vall 

aterfe,- 52p Walnut, j les s s "' ' 
ye 2nd p and e Grarjd ave. 

)|»</c'ir to advts<) 

Ar fitjr H.ires 1117 Woodland avk 
Itrarik O, v pres /tJnkii Mercantile 
poi res 947 Oth ave. : 



, 'Stationery 



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A rvilH C r^AAl /*f% I ) ^ E ST COAL IN THE tjjTY; Projiint 
MV/ITIC WWMU VUii C Delivery and Full WeiWht Guaranteed ' 
T - TELEPHONE 412; ^ 



913 WEST WALNUT. 



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C. L DAHLBERG & C0„j 

^STENOGRAPHERS 



AND DEALERS IN 

Remington Typewriters 



Q 

CO flg Abel Fred M, res :>:>!> 15th. I 

- #• Abel John A, printer F F Adams, res 1117 
^ *" ! ' Woodland. ;ive, 
-■ • Abel Mrs M W res l."> 1(5 Grand, ave. , 

^ Ajbel Pomeroy,. printer, res 1117 Wood- 
7^ land ave. ' 
— » 0) Abel William, . janitor Watters-l]albott 
-* Printing Co, res 1 1 17 Woodland ave. 

^ Abel William P, printer Huffman & 
! Milled, bets 1117 Woodland ave. i 
Abeles Hejiry, removed to Beatrice, Neb. 
Abell Alma W (wid Ralph P), res n s 
mX North bet Hist and .'i.uh. 

Abernathy John, farmer, res n s e tjlorth, 
""* 2nd e of Brandt. 

Able George, res 7 11 Walnut. 
•.Able Jesse, wks Mrs S W Able, jjbs 711 
\%\ Walnut. 

rjT Able Minnie, wks Mrs S W Able, res 711 
\3 Walnut. | 

\\\ Able Susan W, bdg h 71-1 Walnut. \ 
^^ Aborn Edward S, physician, 412 Court 
. ave, res same. 
Jtborn House, Charles Holmllale <\r 

Sons proprs, Court ave, sw corMth 
Abraham Fdward, wks Maple Grove Coal 

Co, res KiOi) e Court ave. 
Abraham Gladdys, bds HHM e Court ave. 
Abraham Mary (wid Fdward), bds, 1G0S) e 

Court ave. 
Abraham Samuel, miner Maple Grove Coal 

Co, res 1000 e Court ave. 
Abraham William, driver Standard Oil 
Co, res 101 J." 
■[Abrahams John A, physician, 'A'2\\ Pelton 
^.- ave, res same. j 

Clr Abrams Nettie, dressmkr, res <»22 Vine. 
\\\ accountant, The (Monthly); John 
^™ M Mehan, editor and publisher, <>08 

V™* - Locust. 

\\V Acker, s<r <n's < AWv/7. ! 

*** \ckor Lewis P, elk Kv M S res -V20 14th. 

\ckley Frank J. with R L Polk & Co, bds . ( 

l'f>l2><.j Locust 
:\cklund, scrhf/y,' Aikliind. 
Ac'dund Andrew, lab, res 'l'-\'l Small. 
\ckhmd Hans, boxmakr, res 2:>2 Small. 
Kcme Coal Co, John R Nelson Pros, 
Samuel W Glasgow Sec, OPI Walnut 
(.Viv left-top lines). 




Adair Cora 



UY. 



Aid a 



re 



s 7(1} Oth 



F, b.kpr Allen 



(wid Jo 



Steam Lau'Hdrv 



Adair Elizabeth (wid Jdhn), res 7415 0th 

Adair Fva.j tailoress, rms J1408 Grand' Nive, 



Adair James M, wks {University 
Lnunqry, res 740 IJth,. 

res 740 Otji 
Adair), re 



Adair James R, plasterer, 
Adair Liziie F (Butler |& 

•r>th. . | ^ !j 

Adams Anna, domestic! 



Adams August, lab, re's} 1 
Adams Burtis, painter C 



1.T28 14th. 



10 8th. 
128 Bluff. 
L .McCray, 



:eain 



4217 



Adams Charles, lab, ues p s 2nd, 

Forest ave. 
Adams Charles L, Wkjjj Liverpool at 

Moines Packing Cq, res s s jliaston 

Boulevard, 1st w.ofl 40th. : U 1 
Adams Cynthia M, student Highland Pk 

College. 
Adams David, carp, res h s DesMoijnes.bet 
' 17th and 18th. 



Kdams Edward E, Job* Jointer, 20'.) 

>14 12th, {SW Page-ni). -j ■ ' 



fHty, res 01 
Sdams Express Co, Fred ^ Clarlj 

Mngr, :i07 4th 
Ttdams Ezra J, Real Estate, 5j \ WaP 

nut, rms 1521 11th! {See can 



E. J. ADAM 

Real Estate Agent 

500 WALNUT STREET, 

Established - - - (l88f|. 



College, 

', i J 

1 1 
cv core 

res l 428 

i 
{ 

rick -\lo. 



Adams Fabio L, turter A W Moore, bds 

Mungerjs European Hotel. 
Adams Frances, student Callahan 

res lJtfl e Walnut. i 

Adams George T\ lab, ires Elm n 

VMh. | . 

Adams Gust, wks James Maine, 

1st. . ! 

Adams Harry, wks Capital Cpity 1} 

Adams Rev .Harry V, ijes Kill Maple 

Adams Herbert, carp Capitol City Plain- 
ing Mill Co, 11528 44th. ; 

Adams Isaac 1), ; traV agC res 1:U2 Wood- 
land ave. ' ' ! 

Ada?ns James F, wks HI L Frost, bds <HV 
Maury. . 

Adaijis James H. wks Capital City Plain- 
ing Mills, res 15128 14th. i i 

Ttdams James W, Physician bd 



Surgeon, 001 Walnut, res H13 H 
A ! dams John, lab, (542 e, Grand avjs. 



gh- 



Hawkeye Steam Lauiitlry.c. H.'^uct>» 







Johitl Q,' Kip ^r Des Mbine; 

eijtisingl Agencfji MO Iowa Loai: 
HIT rust Bjldg", tjdljSl i Locust. .!' 
Joseph, | siipfc ' j L.f^;e -pool a'nclj D,es 
m-s . Packing! fc :>,;■ tes s s Eastc 
, Hcke/ardlptvi-af IjM.ltH. | i 

dams ] E, student Highland Pk College. 
dams fcittie (Adamsl Sis'ter >), res -1 20 8th. 



dams) 
Co 
f\drtms 
'Adams 



-.Co 



Leonard 

bos 41. "> 

Luoas ; B, 



W, ..barber, C t C Nu'nes & 



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tor 



Majrtin L/'conjdu 
bds 1015 Capital av$. 
! ' Adam? [Map (AdsmsiSJst rs, 
Ada ml Minnie twid ( ja. ies 

Gfrnd ave. I >\\ 
Aldams \( M trav agt'Thjtj K 



fj Clapp Blk 
iX^ams Q OS student ^oiWfe . Business: 



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res 1 120 S h 
A), res UP 



ng Bridge 



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it 
famS 

* Siding 



i Cdllcige, rms 120i: Gnntl ave. 

lams ibbert H, wksCipit)^ City Bricjk 

: """"".4 

. 20 8th 
nomas B, lab, 

\ljrims The mas H, carp, 



5l7 Pennaav 

ers (May [add |Kitti4,) dres 



res 



res 



lams The mas j, wksi D }i fV[ 



Cpori Yailley 

■v '! ' 
J.32S 14thJ , 

i St i Ry, | res 



David Evans, rms 
Wonderland, 



Utile Walnut 
Adaqlsbo Lucy, waitress 

/Vdamsori Paul, musi^iiii 

rmsfelT Chestnut. !'' ■ - . ' j 

Ajldingtijn Samuel (Addirlgtoi & Mcdon^ 

i.nelil res \v s Peuria aveifirsts of iAr j 
s > ' t , . .r r i i 

; thur 

[Arlington & McC6nnelJ (Sarhuel Adding^ 



: tondWln Mc(£ 
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pnnebl 
£onneu 



1 ?, painters, 40 



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el(ing|r Albert 'A, rriiijier, :-es 4th ej of) 
Brewer/ (Sevastopol 

itjh, bds 4tlj, el 




WRITING MACHINE. -LQl 

MOINES TYPEVfRITER CO., *Ul- 

312 Fourth St.. 

DES MOINES, IOWA. 



Aclkio'S 

Adkrj 
Adkins 



^.dkins 



Bertha.; student Qllahan College. 

Blanche, student G.llanan.,CoUege. 
John, solicitor Nevr York Life Ins 



Cc, res 111 



Maggie, 



Adkinsan Peter 



10th! 
student C^Hanan College. 



tilfing(|r Alexander, blk^nii 
of Itteveryj (Sevastopol). 
elfuigta*. 7rank miner 1 , Uh, eof Brewjry 



11 KW 
t'va: 



.is 

?lfmytj 



stopol) 

'Frank W, seilUiiidn Coalj &' 



Co, res Jefferjs^n, 
Irnkt 



iMinijn 
t^ni'an | \lyrah, meat 

t Com} ave 

Wn Simon, clothing 30 

h' B.ilk :;tuc|e,nt, res] $j/30 

miner, res (Tpo 



A'iH Kol)ert 

Advance 

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Dev; 



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res 



:50l e'i 



Thresheii 

GJenl Agt, 41)1 
w, I miner, re 
>n C (coj'd); 





e .)th, tesi 



' ' I ' • j I / 

Brattle b&fo'i 

i.i' 

Valley Sid 



WG R(j)b 
lniit. Val 
n Siding 



sr, res 



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miner, ,resj 51J2 e 2d. 
Aldleri' A $> printer Geprg^ A Miller, res 



^dlerlj Abraham. pa\vni3tok<;r, Ji20 Walnut, 



lib GCthave 




A dlerlj Israel, sec hand ^dod> t 204 3d) res M 



D M N &-W 
5 Hillside ave. 



^gnle^v Edwin E, student Highland' Pk 

"qo.lege.- 'i ' ] 

AgneVi? Elias N. conductor 
i j i iRylres 14!ffl 5th/ j 
yyh^rn (Cornelius, elk, i»es 50 
Aherr James, mach C . St P fc K C Ryj res 
i j w s Indianola ave (Clifton Heightjs. ) 
tl Aai'erri ames, miner, res ")()li Hillside (ave, 
Aihern! Margaret (wid Cornt lius), res .loij 

Hillside ave '*. ** \ 

||A^tirn' Mary, wks Chamberl lin 8c Co,' res Q | 

[50(5 Hillsid^ ave. t 

A lfernlVIichael, boiler mkr, riis over 520 7th. yj ] 

A i|rn Patrick, city fire.dep^ res 501) Hill- 

sidq ave.- ' | 

Woodland av. 
mt e 2d. 



0* 



Alilstadi Anna/domestic 152(1 
I Apjstadi Augustus, lab, rms 



i,A'i 



t; 



straid' Oscar tailor, res(>48 Des Moines 



j AliiierJ^hn, lab bds s w 14 sec P.) tw 



14 



) 7!) 



Ahrold i3arney, ^teamster" res 11(> e Oth 



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11 1 



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A! 

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rold, Herman J, died August 5th lSfll. — 
!old ; ohn C, ivks C R I $ P Ry, res 037 ; 

Lyon. 
[jold Marjy (wjd HerrnanJ), 
ien i\' • ufsi> A^m. 



Ai 



Aifebn Aknes H (AH' & M I 



1 72^fliUh. 1 
ti& M 



v j^y, rest).),/ • 
, resl20e:!H'h.f 



Aiken), res> 



afe, removed to Lin:oln Kel) 
try L (A H & M L Aiken), res 723 



r 



«jjn A H & M jL (Agnes H ind M-aryi L), 
dre?smkrs,:723 Huh. 
Ai ctn if* 
Ai <^n M lry L (. 

! lOtH. , . 1 - , 

Aicen ^ar^ih; domestic^ 022 Grand 'ave 
Ai'cman Meliie, music teacher. J>23 Hi^h «H 
^.iiley C'H, sec Steele Suive "o, res Perry. " 
Ai is\vdrl!h, -..vv ay so Unsio^rth 



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Oy er J€on|lneulal 
f loth lig Store. 



wk Performed 
Ini. 



by]titB : Most 
proved Methoas. 



E, D, Janes & Co,, 



COAL, WOOD, LIME AND CEMENT. 

' 207-209-211 7th St. I 









AIN 



DES MOINES CITY DI RECTORY. 



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<S* Des Moines Piano Cq 1 

"5j-ij\ t Incorporated >, 

°^" 1 MunufacCurtT? ami Wholesale Dealers in 

iPIANOS: « ORGANS 

>-5K*l AnH ftonaral MiiQinal Mprnhandiso 



°«5 



And Genera! Musical Merchandise. 

407 West Walnut Strjet. 




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Ainsworth James S (Ainsworth &■ Bon- 
bright), res 055 ISth. "" i ' ■ 
Ainsworth LeRoy H, elk Ainsworth & Bon- 
■ bright, res 810 12th 
•-Ainsworth Minnip A. teacher, K Des Moines 
I f High School! bds loll e Oth. 
Ainsworth William W, sec Iowa 
' K. K. Commission, res DUO 7th. j 
.'^^naworth & Bonbright, ( James S 
Ainsworth, John S Bonbright), jVgri- 
; * cultural Implements, Heavy Machin- 
ery,I3uggies, Carriages, etc., -07 Court 

,; ave - ' 

Aisbeck Wm, miner, res Adams. 

Aii-beck Wm jr/ miner. Coon Valley Coal 

; Col 

Aifchison, .<-<v <ih:> .//<////<>//. ■ 

\ Aichisjon John Y, student Des Moines 

College, res 170.") 4th. 
A'i'chison.Wm jr {Aitchison & Co), jitreas 

• Des Moines College, res 1705 4tbL 
ALchison & Co (Wm Aitchison jr). ljoansj 
> ; 8 in 5th. | . , 

Akers John W, agt National Life j Insur- 
ance Co of Vermont, (iOO Youngdrman 
' Blk, res 1228 Lyon. / 

A vers Loran P, elk Campfield CojU and 

Mining Co, res 1228 Lvon. I 

Afters Louis II, elk AW Welday, res 1228 

Lvoti. ; 

Akers William, conductor C St P & K C 
i res -~> 1 i> Locust. ' 

Akers William E, brakeman C St :P & K 

C Kv, bds Ashley House. ! 

Akin, Si's (//.»>» .■///•< '//. 
Akin Isaac W, res 71 I 5th. i ! 

Akstrand John. carp, res 1588 Walker. 
Alber Franklin J, farmer, res nw il-4 sec 

28 LT , 
Albar Nathan. lab, res SO!) Court ave. 
Alberg Andrew, miner Maple;'- Grove Coal 
Sb»JO and Mining (40, res Faston Place. 
gZj Alberg Axel, miner Maple Grove Coal and 

Mining Cd, res Has ton Place. ■ 
Alberg Fred, miner Maple Grove Coal and 

Mining Ccf, res Easton Place. ! 
Albert Victoria (wid Wm), res (50(5 e Court 

Alberts John J) driver White Line Trans- 
fer Co, bds 1 -0 w so .~)th. 



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Ttlbrecht Frank, Cigar Manufacturer, 
I 10S e tStlj, res (51 1 e Maple 

Albrecht John, grocer 1080 8th, res joJo 
■ I same. • //•■ 

Albright Adam W, painter, res 051 20t i 

Albright Annie, laund, University i Steam 

! Laundry, bds 9.11 20th. 
Albright Eli, elk Dawson Hardware Co,. 

res^ I .">(!(> Locust. ' : 

Albright Emma, res 0.11 20th. : | 

Albright Isaiah A, painter, res 251.1 Cehter. 
Albright Jacob N, bkpr Iowa Seed Co; k|s 

| 1)10 Walnut. ' ' ' ; 

Albuiz Andrew A, lab, res 1(520 Walker 

>20 Walker. 
Walker. 



l. 



13t 



ii, 



Albuiz Eugene, lab, bds 102( 
Albuiz John, lab, bds 1020 /V 
Alburn Charles, H, carp, res 1111 ejOt 
Alec, tt Alice, cook Gdldstorie Hotel. 
Alcott Schdol, Mary C Askren, prin, 

s \v cor Lyon. . '. ' \ 

Airline Block, 405 Court ui,ve. I ' 
Aldrich Frank J,j brakeman, res 4 Oth 
Aldrich H J, bcty Fanning House. 
Aldrich John E, propr Des Moines Box 

I Works, res 1210 Grand ave. ; 
Aldrich K E,, student Highland Pk tollege. 
Alery Charles, res 587 Otti ave ; ; 
Alery Charles W, , wireiman jDes Moines 
| Edison Light Co. bdfj 587J0th av£ 
Alery William C, electrician Star Electric 
i Co, res 5117 (5th ave. , M : f 

Alexander Clarence E, training stable 00!) 

Grand ave, res 014 Chqstnut. ; 
Alexander David E, elk MclSride $ros, res 

5(57 7th. , ; <• • i\, I '! _ ' 

Alexander Elizabeth, (\vidijohn),ms507 7th 
Alexander Elwood Pi collector] !W|illiam 

A. Edwards, res tt Kith. | \[ ; ] 
Alexander Gertrude student, \\ Hidhlanc 

Pk College!! I" J ■ I i j 1 

Alexander ' Wermes. H, student, Highland 

Pk College' , ! j 

Alexander James G,j student- Highland Pk 
j College! bds HI 10 2d. " [ J | 

Alexander John S, conductcf CRI <&-P Rj' 

{ res.KiT.'Tth'.. - | . ' ; M .' 

Alexander Mary, printer 1 Polk) Countj)' 
Farmer, res 14.'U Linden. , i j 

Alexander lilary R, wks Allen Latinpry rtjs 

Alexander Morrow, res H010 5th. I I 
Alex.ander Oscar, student I 

■ Colle'gel. 
Alexander Robert B, (col'd) 

Morgan, rms 844 Otji ave. <- 

Alexander William R, printed Polk bounty 

Farmer, n^s 1481 Linden. ■ 
Alban Hattie, student, Iowa Business 

College. I j 

Alford | Thomas G, ige'ar finisher Kratzer 

Carriage Co, res 408 Scott. ;' 



iglhlanfl Park 

-. ; i ' '. 
porter Hotel 




For Your ) 

Boots arid Shoes! 



-t~' 



Npj;3!8 
SIXTH AYE. 




Moines p 



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dome£tic|2 



D 



Jcserjh, speful^tor, 



l\e Grand ave. 



AJyeyer 

•j ' . Logjfcn , 

Mkire'tariel jD, evangelist, 
•lllabac r Edwird W !i s, rei 1813 7tH. 



A 

A 



Moines Col- 



JabacKl t'eleb, stuajfpjtDes 
'Mege, bis 1813 7th 
lW-.N-f /i'tUn* Alibi Wd Attyri. 
Illlredi: itynitel L, irisoh, res 1008 110th. 
iJldredSt Franfcis B, gMfljgt Connecticut,' 
'I ! i Mhtkal .Life Ins ]$; 2o Office Ejldgt 1 ; 
— 1 121 Linden... | 

T ulia E, stud^t Deb Moines pol-< 

>£' H27 LMttik; : l i* ' ), 

'Caisius Am, -student! Iowa* 

iikess IpplLcgeJ-bdsi 852 Rth 



AlMredge 

Allebau 

' ti B " 
Aljemahjfe 

A! (en., see 
IaiWaHv 
I Alljm An 
.* i'Wal 

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res 3412 



AH 



iln Arimjj 
I Higll 
m AuYn 



er, ,res 110 ' s Locist. 



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: i lin 



rew, , 

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Al 



|, cor <fc 



Al 



ii«if \kiiy} 

E, carp, re* XWi 
hostler U J/WB11 



7tt 



clkAlbd 
i, Weigher, 



in AJyljrie {.student; H Ijliland $ 



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res 



bds 



rms 



-Vest, 
icnenor.j jrie \ 



82.21 



'pn rV IB f kperhanger <<edh<fead 



Lathlopl&'to, bds|t))]i3r 
en A 1, afit Equiiabld Life 

' i'jres-Clresjloq la. Ii 

AllHn Cafriejsttidenf Highland 
Allied Charle iiStjident Hfyhlam 

\\\i\ Chides F, trav ail ' " - 



Jns Soci^tv, 



land avej 

n Clows U, lab, res 
eof Koy6e ave- 
All|en (piipej'. 'siliaeAt, ' jpjallankn 



jj Cdurt 



Ooll^go. 
Norto'r:, 



ECTOR Y. 



AIL 



(See Advt) 

1 



149 



haise & West, 

ure f Curtains and Ru|s. 



Best Stock In the 



iNo. 213 West Fourt 



City. ■ 

i Street.! 



i 



[len ;Hiram H, lab, res Blfcom.field ave, 
5th s Bloomfield mine. 






len Jsjcob \V, lab,. res 172." Des Moines. 

len Jesse. C, Supt Capital City Woolen 

Mil s, res 723 8th. 



Alien Jdhn (col'd), lab, res 1 15 Park. 

A len John (col'd), waiter Sivery House, 

rm$; GOQ Vine. , ( I 

len JJ6hn (col'd), "whitewasber, res *223 M£ 

w|so 1st. ' r^St 

fljllen John E, Sanitary. 1 dumber, Wa- (■ 

/ter^ind Gas. Supplies} 4(>S e Walnut, L 



J. 



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pk'Colldge. 
Pk College. 
1710 Wobd- 



bdsj cjt r "l2th ajnd Fiili 
m Cyijus I, conductdft r^s 1 
b is SaDin Ho 

~M4 C , insagtj.rei,. 

All|m Ela'n T, res il 1^13(1 



irtia, 1 



Allj>n Ernest, 
Allfcri Ejrntst 
Allen Fj-at'k,' 
Allen Frank 
Grand a\ 



[dressmkr, 



ntHiiildnd 
- --'-WStli 



ave, 2nd 
College, 



123|Waln'ut. 
Pak. ' 
,4 7th. 



Pk 



< H, carp, res '1417 
- (iol lector Red t!i 



^Va 
11 e 



stud 

C, cltt, res.«j*iJiwii.. 
lali, res byx Jjes Mci 
A, barber { ^jfll pr^nz 

tUleti F^a 
ilflh'ri V 

. Co, rt»: 5 !(i 1. Lqcust.l i 
A\Un Mrs7 L, removedltc Bodoe, 
Alh(nGeohe: died July 
Alltjn 9eq|r^e f ' foreman i#N| Wi 
Moines 



College. 



ines. 
res 407 



¥ 



424 
Allcjn Geb^je 

ing iand 

^iiHtrjc. 
AlUJn-dei-gd Eiitr^y 
' Liorjity MnfgC 
Allcjn Geihruie,! btude' 

Collet: ' 



Xljbkpr Hj 
Moth Exttrinina 



ill 




ker. 
cansfer 



la. 

■ 

Ry, res 



rp^t Clean- 
Co, res 

Norman 

Ki rkwrfod. 
Hiihh.nd Pk 



A 
A 



)im/ i'fi(/fx to 

res 10713th. 

D ;M U Ry, 



A 

Al 



1 res iame. {See,} top edg 
aiivts.).. 
Al|len join H, barber, 1183d 
eh Joiathan B, fireman, 

res'- 12 13th. 
en Jui ian, lab, res 143G Fiempnt. j 
en Ljda M (wid George H),\ res ty2G 

Grand ave. j ' ■ . 

en Litzie (wiji Ethan), res 831 4th. i 
n Lo'ttib, milliner J. L Mksdh, bds 830 
dakj." • 
en Mfebel C, student, res 723 8th. 
Allen Mb mie, bc:s 3010 5th. 
Alien Me w in G| res 5lkJ e Lo:ust. ' 

Allen Ronnie, student Highland Pk College. 
|Vlien ty C (E E Herring & Co),' res Pomo- 
:j ,,-na,rCal;. , | 

I Alhn Qrville, driver, res 510 fe Locust. 
bn Oscar* G (JBrowp & All jq), res 18th. 
bn Pauline, dressmkr Aletis, Parker, res 




Al 



t All 




514 7th. 



. i 



UlHn PhillpJ, motorman D MJ St Ry, res 

331 W so 1 0th, »' J . 

Ulbn Keasoti,|rdofer, res 331 kv so 0th. 
^.11 in jR|e\iben, capitalist, res JQ5 Clark. I 
UljnJRipley T, physician, 3I.S Marquardt 

fllftn Robert, boiler, mkr, 
and Supply Cojres 777 O 

r ■ ■ 



T 



D M. Mrifg 
k Park ave. 



illijn Rjisk'iri'nt^r IalPrintinJ Co, bds 331 H 
\v so )tq. 



I 

I z 



Allen R| £ tudent Callanan Co; lege, res cor jL " 

12tf sind High. I ! 1 2 W 

^llen-Sanueil O, carp, res 510 e Locust. Tf JjJ 

lldn Silas t (Dunshee & Alh:n), res 1017 JB P 

■ n 2tl >- i '• '' ! rt ^ 

^U^ni Thomas L, constable, r?s 1021 Des|f| 




Moiiius. 



Winfield T Iden, 



418 WALHUt. 



Goldeii Rule Clothing! House, 

I'D. M. Johnson & Son, 



Finj? Clothiers, Hatters 
land Furnishers. 

617 ty&lM St. (SEfi AdvtsJ) 



150 



ALL 



DES MOINKS CITY DI RECTO 



.«' 






Tiie Smith Premier Typewriter 

Embodies tbo 71o»t Pro'rri'frwivc 
ITIechatilcal principle*. PIcum* 
the Cijfti<*-al Olivine** and Prol'vu- 
Nlunul {ITIaii. H<iid fur < atulogiiis 
or cull ut our ofllcc. 

Smith J Premier Typewriter Co., 

* ^10 WEST FIFTH STREET. 

Allen Thomas M, plumber John K Allen, 

• r^s lilT Des Moines 
Allen T f\ rnoved to Michigan. 
Allen Wjilliam A, real estate res 1201 

High. 
, Allen William A, express f>:!0 lies Moines, 

res stiine. 
Sllen'sSteam Laundry, J O&F 

L McCrackeu, proprs, all" Mulberry 
Aller Janjies R, bojarding h..20:{ 5th. j 
Aller Mar)' M. nurse, res llsii 12th. j 
Aller Sarah, seamstress, res ll^i 12th/. 
Aller Phillip A, driver I) M Oil'pink 

Line, res 1 10} Penna ave ' j 
Allin w. •,:/,- .l/uv. > 

Allin M E (George F Thiers ^ Co), rek 7:55 



\v 



Dth. 





Allison, -'h't </Av fillison \ 

Allison August, miner, res "20 t Walker. 
Allison Ctarl, bds 20t.7 Grand^ve. 
Allison Emma, domestic 50.'{ College; ave. 
Allison JHugh B, auctioneer, res I i>22 

Charles.* , j 

Allison John A, iwks Krb & Morrow, res 
Grand ave, x \ mile e corporation line. 
1 * • Allison 'Kola, domestic i I 7 1 2(ith. t 
■ 2,w Kllmalrt Olof P, Merchant Tailor, 
£["*« makes a specialty of tine garments, 12 

^J h— Seeburger B\k. ne cor 5th and Wal- 

0C ££j nut, |res 1 « >St ) ' e 7th. (.S' t v /\/<y /j>j.) 

.; ■£■ g Allnutt T K, removed to Missouri. 
'.' C Allyn, .^v </Av Alien and Allin ' 

10 §' : ^b' n Elmer, farmer, res 1801 Lyon. ' 
. JJ -j- Allvn Elmer jr. lids ISOl Lvon. 
^ I— AllspachWT, student Highland Pk College. 
to £> Alstead Gustave wiper C & N W R>; res 
. |j g 2nd, :id e of Pes Moines. 

q' Atterbl-r^er Emma, domestic, 71 1 5th. i- 
I c/5 Altman A W died February ISjh. lSJt'l 

Alversoti Henry C, treas Nat Masonic 'Acci- 
dent Assn. res til S 1th. 
Alvord, .><•.' '. \lfor\i. 

Amealung Augustjin H, lab, res SI 1 e Grand 
ave. ' ( . ■ 



-I 

o 
o 



Am end Conrad 
and Ml 1 :ird 



L, meat mkt, 117; 7th 
res 12ol Woodland 1 ave. 
Amend Frances (,\vid' Phillip), res 115717th. 
Amend George, j'butchi r L Amend, ; res 

1204 \V< olland ave 
Amend John, c!k I. Amend, res 1201 
Woodward a\ e , . 



T 



Amend Willi 



American Co 

Horke h 
American C<J: 
j lill 4th, 
American lju's 



I 1204 Wo()c ward av 



AND 



am J, butcher L Amend, bds 
tot ward ave. 



ch Carriage | aiid Draft 
egjistering Assa, 51 -J Mulberry. 
>upler Co, C F Springer rhngr, 



TCmerican 

; muth aft, 



America 



rict Telegraph Co, E; E 
Baker njin^r. -107 4th ; ■' 

Express .Co, C F De- 
[210 4th. ; k 



n Fire Ins Co pf NeWL 

1 \ O T Johnsorf agt, 21 Olapp" 

& 



■ ark, N 
! Blk. 
American Ijbi ndry and Mjachihe WJorks, 
j Wilson & Stein proprs, 219 to' '2'h 

| e lst - ■ ' !■ . , ,- 

American portrait Co, Wfalker & Fried- 
man proprs, 015 Iowa Loan and Trukt 

! Wde- ] . ji. ■ ;; ; I 

Amos Arthi r j-f, removed to'Pleasantvdle. 
TSmericaTi 

llarter p 

e Loctiit: 
Ames Charles 
Ames Iulward 



Savi^ips i Bank, , E S 



es, KjS Chase cashier^ 

(StY /><l£i' &\}). | 

to Cedar Rap 



i\y, n 
is \Ai S 



)0(1 
Ids. 



,\ removed 

pa inter, res 17<)0e Grand cjve 
Ames Elda Ljlxls 17JH e Grand live. | 
Ames Hiram S, trav agt, res 1810 Hth. 
Ames Levi Vl[ elk the Kirkwood, bds Sarne, 
Ames Rudolph, tray ajgt. (Capital, (fity 

Nurseraes res Farm'ington, La.j 
Amlang Charles E car ; i'n'sp € 



A P H|. rles()M tilth . 



Amnions EJli $, wks'W Ht Ammons 

<mi 7tl 
Ammons ^iljliam H, hardware, -ll 



ave, rt 
Amnions Will 

Weleh 
Amos Arthnrl 
Amos Martha 



s7 



Factor 
Amsbury 
Co. be 



H I 

xls 
lith*: 



i\ 7th. 

am H jr, pressman OJfeen° 

Printjtng jpcjbds i:|!)J7,ih. 

I, removed. to | J leasantlvillUa. 

removed to Pleasahtv.ifle la, 

Amsbury patjiiel W, agtjHawkejje [si^'rt ' ij 



res 



y, res 11/21 River. 
Warren T, clklE E Hejrriiijif! .v 
... ...Is Hotel Gladstone. , , 

Amsbury Wilbur T, elk BC Lalwrend'e 

, 1021 vj River. ' ' f 

Anderson .<v Aihtcrst-n. j " 1 

Anderson Aaron, removed to Chica^i. : 
Anderson Aaron, lab, bds 1H15 Ctiurj lave 
Anderson Achtel J, painter, res 1318 

! : L >' on ' % ' ,' ' i [ i 

Anderson Adam G, farmer, res n \y V\ sec 

Anderson |\djtm G jr, farmer, -res n \v 

j sec P5 
Anderson 



Anderson Ad 
-es 1-100 

Andt'rson |A1 
res 



2-1 



FOR COLORADO and UTAH Take : till 



A IK 



(LT.) IJ , ; 

\dolph, lab, resi 118 F. 
Anderson L\cio)ph F (Whinery ti 
|^on) r|'s I PS K. i" . \ '• , 

)lph F, sfioemkr, WW a ^ 
Lyon. ' i ■ 
)ert, elk Stacy John 
22nd. ! 



•i 



s & 



er- 



(h, 



H 



Santa Fe Route 

(See Front Fly C.) 



». 



Aijdersori Al aeri; 
res^D'i 5th 1 
Anderson AJbeift ( 



Ander.sAn Andre 
12ijT> same 

An lerson Amlre 
1432 e Cour 

Anderson Andre 

Anderson; Andre 

! 'res 8 



A,n<fcrson Afidrevv 



res 810 ej 5th. 
Anderson Apdrev. dri, 



, fofemjar Anew Anderson 
son & Co) 



428 e Lo 



We M.. 



ohiL A Jolf 

res YGf 4 5th. I 1 ' J [ \ 
\nderson Albert, painter ]^rkt|z|sr Carriage: ■! 

f Co, re i 154 3 Lyon] ;. 
J\rklerson Al Deri A, phys^ian 

cust, res 70!! e 5t.H. 
Anderson Al Der L, r^fe 1 
Anclefson A exander, jcricWetyj 
'■ . EmeruDep: Stoni; re^ 10 
\nderson /d red, blksrh^tr, r,n»« 828 e 5 
Anderson Aired, carrier p Q, 

Moine; - / ■' ! .. >, < m w 
■Vntferson AlfrelL fiternai C|S 

Ry, res loot 11th/ f ! 

Anperson Alfred pluniber Sco^i 

ing Co res $08 Leyner., „ 
JAnderson Alfred B, studerilt Ili^hlalnd Park' 

i i\ coiieg( ; . ", |.-:ji; ■ ,;r- ! 

Anderson Am ani a, domesl q jAb J prn House. 
Anjlerson A rr eli ;., domesti ; ^piverjy House. 
Anflerson Amelia, l.dressm 
Anderson I\ n Ire! w bd > 1 ! J* 
Anjierson An Ire ,v (An,d$pyoiL ■£: (Bergman), 
resi518 e so 2d. 



v. 



tl 



qrist 

•c 



\v,\ lab, 
ave 
lab 
pla*n 



v, 
v. 



and Mi ling Co, rcsiS 



Anc 



lAntl 
And 



Anderson JYnn 
Anderson Mils 
irson An 



JT, rr 



miner 



CFi'&.p %, 



;;and Mini lg Co J rep 15 10 ■,; <to 1st 



ie, 
ArJ 



rioriy;/nJ 
3'rson' Aiigusi "mi 
res 8(ty e $o !0th 



domestic 
nie, 



, Drickiyf DspM 
res 1 140()iLjF(bn.l 



Artdprson August lab, tret 
Anderson Axel "' ' " ' 

plnfgfco, 
Anderson Axii,^ 
j • : J5^pt iton;, s 
!.- piliLycri. 
Anderson- A, lab, 
|i ' Ashley' I-Jijmsj;. 



fill 



iarbach, { 



erson Anc rew If, clnfv 

res 215 M. 
Anderson Ancre,^ ! .XJ<lL"ajrs]o_iji ^iJLJidersqn), ■ 

res 114 (! Gn.nd ave 
Anderson A* i'r a, Ibrrjej tij: 
Anderson Arr a, ; }0m;e* tic ■ 
Anderson Af na, ddmksdo 



Anderson Annk ddmfestid (528' "Mi iker 



ras 

nsr 

mirier, 



o 



Icefield Coal 



1^1 



Anderson Aiflrew,! lap, r^s cbri 9th' and j 

( i School. I ';, j 

Anderson Ajit^re^v G, ,\yk 

ires 154- 




/e* 



Harfis- 
Lyon. 

5th. 
res 420 Des : 

t Pi&lC 

lie Plumb- 



1233 22d, res..i 



$I&I?Ry, r|es 



^Bulchanain. 
11. .me fa, 



dpmfield Coal 
ine. 



f: 



(*l 



, q(ieen|swajrei,JH[a]rris-Erneiy 
andTth, res 



e cor 



tkl 



CRy,b|s 




ipi'iinofi. 
:-^7tb. 

J ijl'7 Walker. J 
<a FudlCp, 



res ; 
]i;ur j 



dtn 

i02e Urand ave . 



Dines Bridk! ' 



3S Bndk! 

'■' • ■ 1 [ 



EXPE 
MAKE 

Cuirari 
tieaso 



the "Bbf t Typewfittng Machiriei 1 ' 
JByepigti t ' ■ 



Jfl. BEAWIER t State Ail. 




T 



Deb Moikeb, 



AND 



1S1-. 



V.t.KENYp//. 



NlMTlHK' 

,'; 5CIG •- 508 / 
LOCUST ST /; 
DESMOINCS^, 




Law Brief isL 

i '.' 'Wank 
Society Printing, 



Ander 
iinder 
Andersjor 
e>l 
Anderspr 



res; lO10.e(Hh 



Andersbr 



s<j>ii r res 810!e 5th 



Alndersbri 

co|l$: 
f\|nders6n 
Anderson 
\jnderspn 

res \M 
Ahderspn 

405 el 
V^idefspn 

same 
. Viderson 






terj rss 122 10th. 



Anderson 

• Mablje 
. ^.njderspn 
. ^.pqerson 
Core 
Anderson 

antj 
Anderson 



Anderson 



Andjerson 
Coll 



^nqerson 

1312 

Andkrsoh 

Jcor |8t|h 
Andersoh 

/ \ Lyc h 

4,nqeiisop 

J J (Hh - ' 
/.ncer^oh 

4ndersojn 
fine ersoh 



Everything 

(Sea 'Index to Adv 




■>< 



BJenriett, milhvrr,res 1548'Lyti. 

Biertha, 8H4 4th. 

Carl,: wks C.R I & P Ry, resl jl(i5 



(tar^G, elk F O 



Carl llf, sashmkr, Andrew AncU(> 



Carl jW,- miner, fe; Searle i\\ 



Wennerbterg 




K$ 1.5th. 

5 Court ayi;. 

Japes & C<p, 






Carrie, 'domestic, Jy 

Charles, lab, res 13 

ICharles, wks E D 

Is jithnr pottery. 

Charles, lab £ R I 

so 2nd. i . I 

Cqarles, janitor State House, res 

Charles E, printer, State RegiL- 



& P Ry, r'rns 



Charles G, expresslrnan; 1108 
■ill- ' • ' l.. ■ I 
Charles J, lab, res 420 eTid. I 
Charles J M,. bkpr Hansen Drug 
s lfi^a Des Moines. , ' 

Charles M, lab, res 1012 Plea^-Ni 



Charles W, miner, res, Washing- 
ton | r wjcor pelewaru ave. 
erson ChaHes, stu^einl Highland Park 
Collete v rms;302Q3a. 



Charlotte, .student Highland Park £j 
ege.! ) ; 'I m ?n 

Christkin, wks W. Lozier, bds Sm 

j$t}i, ; ■ r ■ ■] Emi 

Chfistiap, lab, res e Vale, .n !e£b 

k i. Si ll ; ; ' Zm 

Christine ; (wid Carl), res 14'()0 r 5 "^ 



Christopher, miner, res 804 e !|Jo £ 



fO 



Cldra, domestic, 702 20th. 
ClWv Jab C R I & P Ry, res 
.sbfoj. ' j, ^ 

C A,! trav agt Weir Plow Cp, * : 



Moines. 



b^ls Gold stone Hotel. , . , . , 

4nd|erpoh 2 v ',\ removed to Davenport, la. -3ffl 

A nderspji po^a,; remqved to Adell, la. ! sell! 
\nd erson 



Eiward, ab, , res 1521) Djiis C^o 



es Oi 



— - 



L.f , .?£2U U,IER «nd; PRACTICAL PIA^C 

Df r 2f E t ,1 ^ Y .*!»R»S'tX Annuel. 1 

'. 3 . 9 £ ,r9 r" ^'^ 8 * Tuning and Aepairtns a 

t^lelPrlcpc. |70 w. isth 8t. f Telephone 797 



Merchants TranjjgrCo., 



152 



ASfD 



DES MO^NKS CITY DIREOl 



ORY. 



<D 

O 

■ ■— I 

Pi 
rJ 

pi 

•—i 



Pi 



O 

to 
PI 

• t-H 
Pi 



CO. 



S dDes Moines Piano 

£« *■? (Incorporated.) 

Knabe, Rice-Hinze, Srtiafiffer 






m 



And Other Pianos. 

s All Kinds of Musical Merchandise. 

407 W. Walnut St., 

' ■ ' i 

Opposite Kirk wood Mouse. 

i , i i i » 

Bloomfieldjc & 



<D 

<D - 

£ Anderson Edward, 



miner 
M Co, res 018 e so Oth. 



•*| Anderson Ella, cook Sabin House. 
<i> Anderson 



Ella,! 
College. 



'ark 



student, Highland 

,Jg g Anderson Ellen, res 100 1 e A. 

^ <« Anderson Emil,! miner, res 1218 e 7th J 

§ ° Anderson Eric (Anderson & Newlund.) 
t> ,U reslolOeso'Jkl. ' 

^ JiJ Anderson Ernest, student, Highland Park 

«g O College, i i i 

tA *5 Anderson Ernest M, conductor D M StRy, 

& res 1208 e 7th. j j 

o "5 Anderson Esther E, dress mkr, res 837 
o PJ 



t* rt 



S)th. 



o 

<D 



to 
O 



jg Anderson Ethel, domestic 1134 21st. ii 
-. Anderson Eunice G, bkpr Fired ^doker, 
2 bds 814 Gth! ave. | 

Andersbn Frank G, lab. rms 00(5 Walnut. 
Anderson Frederick, lab, res 837 e ;0th, 
Andersbn Frederifcka, domestic, 13lOPleas- 

. — ^ ant. ' J 

0"*Anderspn Georte, miner, res 1055 Lyon. 
Anderson Gust,! miner, res Washington ave, 
n w cor e 30th. .. | 

Anderson Gustave A, engineer Maple Grove 

Coal Co, res 1525 Walker. 
Anderson Gustjavus, driver, Saylorville rd 

Oc>rElm. I I 

Ande'son Gustavus, lab, res <>01 e 2d| 
Ande.'son Hanfiah, res 1(55 e 2d. | 
Anderson Hanfiah, domestic, n s English, 

2nd e oi Ejshbaugh ave. | ; 

Anderson Hannah, domestic 1308 Lbcust, 
Anderson Hanjnah, domestic 1024 Hijd. 
Anderson Henry A, teamster, res |\v s Jef- 
ferson (Sevastopol). | , 
O Anderson Hulcla A, elk Chas E Risser & 
Bro, res 1027 Lyon. j ( ' 
JU Anderson Ida,! domestic, 1101 Pleasant.. 
^ilAnderson Ira W, lawyer, 214 Iowa Ijoafi 
fl Ul Trust Bldg. res 2213 School. | 

Anderson Isaac, music teacher, Highland 

Park College, res 810 e 5th. I 
Anderson Jarjies N, res 11th, syv cor e 

Vine-. ! 

Anderson Jennie, res 1004 A (E D i M ). . 
Andefson Jennie, domestic, n $ ;Forest 

prive. 2nd s of Grand ave. 
Anderson John, carp, 1210 29th. 



.3 

o 

c 



ijoah & 




Anderson 
Anderson 
Anderson 
Anderson 
Anderson 



FOR 
A 



6 I 

3rd and Court Avje, 
'PHONE 470. 



AND 



ohn, carp, res 1004 e 7th. 



( 



res 95tt 23rd 



ohn, engineer, 
ojhrt, farmer, se *4 sec 13 
ohn, hostler ,E R Clapp 
ohn, janitor Grant school, 



res 008 e jtfo'rth. 
T). 



Anderson ' 
Anderson 



ohn, lab", res 801 e so 7th, 
ohn, miner, res 100 e 5th 



res 

! 
I* 



2005 



Andersoh^ohn, wks D M St Ry, res 

Leyn;r. 
Anderson ohn A, wks Peterson & Nelson 
I,' bds & tie 5th. ' ! 

Xndersan John J, steward C R I & P 
rms Aporn House. j»- 

Anderson John L, miner, res Coon ya 
| siding 

Andersorcjohn P (Perley & Andersor V 
Sprint Hill. [' 

Anderson. [John R, miner, res 1319 ejpjth. 

Anderson 
Anderson 

Co, res 
Anderson 



Nurseries, res 



Anderson 
Anderson 



Buchanan. 



Anderson 
Anderson 
Anderson 
Anderson 
Anderson 
! e 2nd 
Anderson 



^osephine, domestic, 509 4 

Julius, miner Coon Valley 

s 420 e so 3rd. j 

J B, tray jagt Capital 



BuckG 



irove, la, 



Laura, doinebtic 710 e 5th|. 
Lena, elk Tel Ex, bds 



ley; 
res 



Coal 
City 



res 585 7th 



Margaret (wi<jl Peter,) bds 



Anderson 

Nortlk. 
Anderson Martin A, clkjAugust Yaun 'berg 



res 1 iGe Grand ave f 



Mary, bds 1504 Capitol ave. 
Mary, domestic, res 71:. 



Anderson 
Anderson 
cust. 
Anderson 
Anderson Maj-y, nurse, 



Andersdn M;.ry, dress, mkr, e sd 



first i of 



Anderson) Maj-y L, dress , mkr, res 
ilda, domestic 



sec 2>. 



Anderson Ma 
land ave, 
Andersor Maitilda C 



Anderson Ne 
City ave. 

Anderson N 
Wk<, re$ 



Business Education 



Mary, domestic Savery 



Wa 



115 



Lillian, removed to Illinois 
Lizzie, domestic 217 Schoo . 
Lotiie. domestic 1432 10th. 
Louis R, res 1023 Lyon. || 
Louisa A ; (Wid Henry), res 51S 

Ly^iia S, printer James B Hedge, 

008 e 



& 



Hbusei 

res 515 0th pjve. 

Ilth, 



stiingt 



on ave. 



Lo- 



u 



ood- 



1005 

.___ domestic 5lfe,|l2th; 

Andersor Mattie, domestic 1514 Washing 

ton. , l j • ]• . 

Andersor Milton, ! expjress 1012 PJeisapt, 

res same I , V i 

Anderson M|nnie, student Hig^ 

Coll 3ge. 
Anderson Mi^ie, 505 j7th. 



Ink 



lson, miner, res 141i 



:lson, wks Des Moines 
1300 Filmore. 



Klansas 
Soap 



ATTENDTHE 

Cipital City Commercial Coil 

Cor. pixth and Locust Sts., (I 



Pk 



Advt.) 




:arMoiNp$|c^' 



Co, rms . 
Anderson OI9 
res IBID 



Anilerso'n 01<A miner Gdoi Val ey 

I res 1115 ^uohaian 1 .' , '■■ 
Anderson 6lo 
'8D2Lyor 
Anderson Olo :, miner (fpt m ViHey 
37Avsj)2id. 
IV. 
rfigh 



Coal (Jo, \; 



(Anderson <«: Gjustalson), res ; 

l in 

. c&Im^ 



r Linco 



r 



3, res 506 9 



i A 



[Anderson Olc f F, la . , }r 

Anderson OslWn J, :arr|a»e- t'imWfir 5Q7 

Hillside ;we ' . / i { ",} 

Anderson' Osijari )£, cpachjritan £02 Ipth 

1(400 ^yox 
ames Lang, res 



r, lab, res 
r, 



plumbed' 



■ F, minejr, 



'es8)46soGth. 
c oaci manj i JQ1 Pleasant, j 
slioenkr, f.U 1400 Lyon. l 
' M Brick 



Anderson Osc a 
Anderson Osc a 
; 1548 Lyoi 
Anderson Osc 1 
Anderson Otto, 
Anderson Ottd , 

Andersons Otto "K, |>ricklyr| E' 

MnfgCo, jes 1400 Lyon. 
Ahderson Petei ,[ irernan, .r< js 11 2 Fijrlf 
Anderson Peter , ininfer Cooq|Ys He^ 

Co, res 50(j e so Brd: 
Anderson Petir, irackwlkr ID 

!)19 23r<l. .'' ! 
Anderson Pete r fyib^cherCojnrlad 1 

res 214 3rd. 
Anderson Phe n di 1, n urse 1 , 
. Driye, 1st sjof Grand 
Anderson P Jc ha, res 
Anderson Reiqljo'd J, 



\nderson RicKrdj \{ks (tar rik.ri Schmitt 



Mnfg Co, re.s 405 



\nderson Ruf lis SI, marble: 



& Mantel Co, res 



l<m 0th. 



Anderson Sop n(ia, reipoved 



M 



- 
t 
res 

.. — Ave* 

122,1 )tT 



res 



'5:3 



e 2nd. 



UllIMp 



Locust. 



Anderson Samuel, coaDhmai D W Smouse, 






Inderson Samuel A, raoternan') M»St.Ry; 

res 020 e 1st [ 

Anjderson S^fynicn, llab, 

Moines. 1 



•»n(lerson Swaiij, 
...lege. 
Anderson Sybi 1 
Anderson Sylvc 

ant. i - 
Anderson Thornjsjs 

so 1st. . 
• mdersjon Tilli 
^ldersbn Willik 

Wks, res. 11 
Anderson Willi a 



res 

■ tk 



.ucjentHiiMif 

1 j fi 

A, dj-essmkrJT 

er, djriver, -es! 



Q, 



pain er 



St 



Wholesale Druggists, 

*■ 224 Im* 22fi Second fir., Des Mot/iea, tlwa. 



DIRECTORY: 



And " ^53 h 



d* 



FHt LjEWIS INVESTMENT Cp. 

#6W. F|iFTHl8T. . _ j' 

MTAL PAID $150,001), [ 



p*¥"'*'' 



CA 



1 ■, ' -i ' h ' ; ' • ■ -r-H rr,cfe 

i Lnderson W Elmer, stenog, ! Lederer •} 

St^iss,&Cd, 1202 High; \ \ [ ' ~h 

Anderson & ;Bergman (Andrew AndeJson, 

August Bergman) grocery, 512 e 2nd. 
4nd.erso|n &! Gustafson (Olof Anderson, 
. Augu it Gustafson) grocers, 800 Lyo J. ' 
4ndersdn &Xarsbn j(Andre\v X, An,^erson, 

Chari es p Larson), steamship and rJil- 

rroadi :icket agts, 407 e Locust. 
.jAndersob& ;LM WiUiam J Andersen, 

Chajrles Lind) grocers, 521 e 0th. 
/>.ndersopr& Newlund (Eric G Andersdn, 

Charles G Newjiiind), painters and ba 

per Mgrs, 421 ej 0th. * 

ndrews 



^! 



ndrev^ 
nidrews 
file 



M Marble 
es. 



1529 D^j 



^p^'nei'lli! 
k Coif 



3s837 9thJ 
012 Pleas^ 



, |qpmestio,;.l >4ft, - 

wki'Des Alpi aefc proom 
s w cor e ViAe. 



D^ [forernan 



&|Co, res' 12 <9 Fremont 



Anderson Willi in i 



■^nderson Willi iriH, 
I Brook and K\talnu 



res -515 Columba 



•^derson Willi mi 
(Sevastopol). 

^nderson Willik 
College. 



J, 



(Ahde rsp 1 & 



P, 1 ib, rei i 



E 



I 




E» Tanes 






I 



fenthbet 



,Lind) 



sjefferson 



Innre,- laund. Nelson House. 
rnold-D, res 1144 23rd 




(JharlesE, j burner, Iowa PipeJ& 
( )o, pds cor Cth aye and School f 
ndrews Christopher, conductor |P M |3t 
j Ry, h s 1344 e Grand ave. ! 
drews Deborah, domestic B92I 
. Grovel ave, 




2929 Cottage 



%hdrews i:liza ; (wid Riphard),resfo8 8th I 
\bdrews Jmma, student Highland Park 

'Collke : '; , , .. I ' ; , " j - '/{ 

idrews pssie, student iFJighland ; Pajk 



I 




:j 



^College. 



i ! Lid.rews 
'.idrews 
||.p drews 
^om6 
; yiidrews 
™ iligh 



iX 



Pajk 

I* 



Frank, jrempved to Chicago. , 
Frank M, akMite^t, res 834 5th ?; * 
^-jorge W, Wks Frank jj Monl- 
, bds ws3rd,^d hof Grand aV^. 
rry, cashier Capital City Gas 
it po, res 208 e so 2nd. 
HJidrewsjHiram W, rps 810 7th. 
.uftdn* ws ij imes M.lat.res 1710Ca^pitol ave. 
Mdrews^ jj mei ^wid William), rek Sevasto- 
.' I tppol, ■'•■ M I _ "* • i > 

dretafe jj)hn'F, res 123 Chestnut, 
dreiws Josjah, woo^.wkr Shaver Carriage 
Co, rei.ll28 27th j ; ^ 

dre>k? s Loren sto F, As;st Sec State 
Board of Health, res 834 5th. ' 
Mdfews lucretia <wid Nathan), res 870 
24thj ! | " ; 

.idrews Maggie (wi4 /Pruman)i res 210 e 
12th. I 

IVatti 
rrrjs 1330 2 r _. 
drews Nelspn B, removed to Mt. Plea$ 
j ani, la 




Andrews IVaiue, 5 



lent Drake Uaiversitj 



1 L- 



HEAL ESTATE and UlAHS, 
Yoonge^an Block, 208; W. Fifths 



Proctor Coal (Jo.. " m * ** w S0FI * 



Cor. 3rd and Locust. 'PhoneilSS. 

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AND 



DES MOINES OTTY DIREC 



TORY. 



1 1 ALBERT jL WEST, 

"T J. cm ttllil KM IX CT 



510 WALNUT ST. 



! U. f| 

H*feR^FR10feRftT^>h8 

!' ^ j House FurfUshing Coodt*. | 

':'! * .-5 — : H ' fl — : 

';' O-S* Andrews Rose, student Callanan- College, 

O rms i:t:io2rit^j. 

•' GQ Jfw Andrews Samuel, i express, res 81-1 Lyon. 
HI ij^ Andrews W L, strident Highland Ik Col- 
yj lege. 

flg Angelberger John P, restaurant 2|4 1th. 
14, rnis 1 1 1*2 Woadjand ave. i , 

Augier Kva, studtlntlHighland Pk College 



Lob 

uj 
u 



Angle David L, fiVeniamC St P <sl K C Ky, 

res 'id I 11th. 
Angstrona Anna, 
Angstrom Otto, njiner, res Washing 

tie cor '20th. 
Ankeney Harry 1 

(jo, res l.'J74 
Ankeney Joseph 
Ankeney Mary B 
Knkeney Wi 

Savings and 



domestic 1 -"> 1 3 High, 
liiner, res Washington avei 

:, mngr D M Llmeed Oil 
: Sth (Capitol v\i). 
\, res \W Cenjeij. 

stenog, bds T.lf 17th. ■'- 
lliam R, Pre); Iowa 
.m, 4 .. s .^ ..... Loan Assn iu\{\ V Pres 
dapitalCity State Bank, res w s Penn- 

lst s of Washihgton ave. 
■i titi /-'rout Fly /{.)' 

L (wid. Joseph), res 1)20 



sylvania ave 

(,V(V /Vjv S6 

j^JjAnkejiy Harriet 
'^rw Locus 



O 



Ankehy Paul L, nachinistS Green &Sons, 
rms 1&24 e Grand ave.; 



res l.'i24 e Grand ave. 
F, real estate 1 , res S)'20 






A. (wid J F) res) 824 e 



Ankehy Peter I), 
Ankehy Kollin 

Locust. 
Ankeney Sarah 

Grand ave ! •;'■•/. 

V - "Ann.cker Frederick, lab, Mi) e 7th., -^ 
iif#\ Annan Charles H. trav agt, res |.*>4T Uh 
<^J w Anntfberg August, baker, res M") w so Oth. 
? Armtlberg Mary i I, baker, KM) (5th ave, res 

saint 



##| Annjs Addison, (bellboy Aborn House. 
**" Ann 

rms 407 \V;}lnut. 



ion, jbe.lll 
Ann is Samuel \V (1> M Mess Service Co), 



CAnsell Charles \V. wks Henry Moeller, res 
70S) e Locust. 
OAnsell John, bricklvr, res 7(H) e Locust. 
Ansell John, elk Younker Bros, res Tty) e 

Locust 
Ansell John A, elk, res 70S) e Locust. 
Anshutz Benjamin W, printer, res 202 10th. 
Anshutz Rebecca (wid Christian P), res- 

i:>: , .:> High. i 

Nil Anson Anna, domestic, 7'2(i JUhj 

Anson C H, student. Highland Pk College. 



AKE 



Andrew, miner Bloomfi6 



tit 



rniiRs 



Anstrom .._ , ., 

M Ci3, res s Pike ave, s of Blbomfield 

coal mine. 
Anstrom Peter G, miner Bloomfiel^ C&M 

Co, tes s Pike ave, s of Bloomfi^k coal 

mint*. 
Anthony Mary, res 517 Oth. 
Apgar Benjamin H, tinner, St; John & Kar- 

quisf, res<>54 12th., 
Apgar 1 , Wesley L, painter, res <55^ ri l'^th; 
Apland Lizzie,, seamstress, rms lljl|7. Grand' 

* ave. ;■ j , ; l' > ! 

Appanrcdt William, meat rrikt, 211 e Wal- 
nut, res 314 e l3th k |. 

jtpple ftrthur H, darpenter arid puild- 
er, jesM4e 14th. j ' ,, I 

Apple Benjamin, trav qgt LedererJS 
..& Cb, res KUH) Woodland avt*.; j 

Apple E ! liasjW, carp, res 705 e 8thj , 

Apple Leslie C, jewelef , res 705 ri Jftl 

Appleb)j Edward S, copclucfor C St P & 
KC.Ry'i res 102 11th. . 

Applegate John M, cajrp, res 8^2 j'enna 

ave ■ i, ; ' ' ' ' \ ' , ' 

Applegate Lee, City Fire DepL re:s ! 8112 

Per na aye. , : , , , 

Applegate LeSvis, driver Newall|Brc)sl,res 

l!-iiH Buchanan. 
-Appleg.'.te Nathaniel H, driver C >I 
J ers, res l|)K) Woodland aveu 
Applegrte Wijliam M, gardenefi 

i/,, section 2 ( ,)/ 
Appling Fred! wks D 

res Chestnut, nw cor 5th. , , 
Aram Wm, student. Highland I?K Cbllese 
Arbtin Uhn, labj D M Coai<& MJiniijg Cfo 

res]' 208 Pine. ; jl ' v : ',1 , 

Arbuckk Rachel J (\^id F.raucif M), 
'Grind ave, 2nd Je of Jordan (M 

Church (Walnut Hill). ; t 
Arbuthnbt K|ttie, res; 1815 High_ 
Archer James R, engineer The.E'jM 

and Lumber Pojres 15K) Miilbfe 



,reS s 
M Shoe J^ln 



tjv- 

w 



k Co. 

ill: 



'es 
K) 



Archer 



ft. 



Fe ice 

. ., rr i 

Mary'C, physician 1 K)7i ll\vel|th, 

* \ > I ! i 

res same. j - ; ' ' 

ArcheriWH; trav agt,. Scofield. Shunter 

& Teagle. " 
Rt;ct(c Ice Co, John O Meyers 

W W \Vise, Sec; and Treas, "" 

410 e 5tr), tel .552. j. 

Ardmpre Hotel, Nathan Mendenhjill, 

400 e Locust. , { \ 

Arenberg Jacob, moulder, S Gre: 

rins 110 e Locust. 
Arenberg Louis, travjagt, res 12'' 
Arenberg Lydia Mrs, ; removed ;tdi._ , 

Arenberg Max, printer The D U Reader, 

res K152 8th. i j § ; f 

Arenberg Sarah, restaurant JM)4; e.^th, 

same.; 
Arenberg,' Pasach, baker, *r|3s }t)o e 

ave 



Pres, 
icij: dlrs, 

pniprj 

I ' " i 
S^ns, 






,ocust. 
lairi la. 



\) 



SARGENT & G1FF0RD 



res 
Grand 



WHOL^SAli^ HAY. 

412 w! 7th Straot. 'Phone; 6ft- 



.FURNACES, 
StATJEANIIlN 
IrOOFIIMPj 



Arenberg \\ illiinV B, 

vesting] Machine 

chinan 
An-oWalte'.G, res lf:!8 -Mi. 
Strips. Thtta^ W E tfal 

ra= 



Alt 



A[enberg Simor 



.res 



ll 



JOLbcust 

elk McG yrrriick* Har 

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Armstr >ng 

lSil; 

Armstrong 
IS! 1 

Armitron 
Nor't 

Arm^r )h 
kind 

; \rm$tr )iig 



ArWbnlisterj Frederic 

'^v corjlickiriap s)v 
Arn\el ^Villtapi IK, 

rot 
Armbrj Ccj> /j Hd fcejg 
lAliixp.ticJei|, 

Aluxmrjer, 

Andre 



farmer 

e. { ; 
prefesm^'3 



died u 



:V fiL 
n \v cor Bpuff. 



Anjna, : fl 
avi 
FJra'iik, p): 



6njtal, re5!.1205| fetti.' 
F ,'lA, silent 



ArmiUrMg. 

, Co legji. 
Armstrong 
. red Ncjrth, fiw cor 



Armstrong 
, inj|Co 
Ai'mstrW 
Armstrong 
Arm^trpng 
pa) per, 
Armstrong 



fjuirace E, 

, Vis 1 205 e 



JcJ>hn C, w 

Union res 
Natlian H, 



res l-i05;e 1 
Armstrong Rpl 

C.Mlef|e 
Arnistr;)hg Slje 

Colore 
Armstrong So 

Hrinsrnaiil, 
Armstrong Wil 



»th 



Arnol 



.( rrnnct i 



Arnold 

Arnold 

rd 

Arnold 



[jArnold 

< n 

Arriol'j 

Arno!|{ 

ArnoSll 



\hna 




Brds ( 
tauranjt, 
Bros 



GAL 



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miUZW IS3N COENICES, 

!;(ffiNipkNi|BAR9uifiT f [ J - 
En lift c i , ! H • 0£»| #i/ »£g, /o wa. 



DJIsJm »INE8 GIT 



died 
lib 



ras 
G 



109C Bu- 

tex 8c Co), 

Hi i 

fles 30th> n 
500 Mon- 



14 ^ st 

F^Miaty Kith, 

,|f.i 
Febrju 



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oa 
ressririkr; 



•ilit 



:er 



Ipary Kith, 
alac^, res 
res f 1105 

Tl . ■• 

D lily Iowa 



Higihind J?k 

i ! I • 'I ' ' 

Hsrry J,. driver! Goil!;Palace, 



Bluff. 

vks Farqifhar Heat 

,.. . Twelfth* fl . 

Hugh G, printer :res!lpi klLinden. 
j4h(i,_car.y (f R J fe;pRy.. 
ith Weste-nj News 
1055 12thj. |)i ! 
:lk(f4l&<P Rjy, 



■i ! 



ert, student Highland ^k 

'■' 1 ■■'■'■' i 
" \ ■ i ['.'■■'■] '' 
don, student Highland Pk 



ifigh E 
rms Sajbin 
iam A, 



res North i w cor 
Armstrong! Wil iam M 

N'vrjton, Lathropjfc] 
( . ( Moines 1 1. 
Atn 1 \ i tit J J rerltWed tor Xtladtic I 



w :s Pjrkins !& 



lous<;. 




^f 1 



driy^ Co|al Palace, 
Bl, ., 

Redheajd, 
1800 Des 



E (wid Jqin (f), res 505 



n F, removed tbICaHfornia, 
eorge Tatd Thomas B) 
214 4th. I 
| Joel O and fosepji), riroprs 



) M BroAm Works, , 21pi e WalnUi. 



<1 .pavid-A, broom nhr Aifnold Bros 
ihOII Monroe. ,. f ! '* " 



t}rrirrjj|(wid Ifdw 
n. 
Km ma 



:"rickti 



Arnojd 
, Ith 



CO 



(wid John), res 51 p Jth ave. 
Kmnju. (col'd), domestic : 111!) 



GiorgejF (AYrjold 



TO 

Mi. 



I.H 



rd) 



:S ; 515 



res i 142(5 



Brob) rms 208 




Melallc Sky L 

AND 

Iron Shutte 



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UjORY. AR^ 



•Vf" 



PICKLES 

SflWLJffR MFG. CO., B£S WIVES, k 

OA 



and 
rpe 



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9 






/.rnold Hirry Cprinter f bds 505 Grand ave 
^rnold It a, wks Hyde's Carpet Cleaner' 
" Moth Exterminator :db, 014 s Mon- 




rriold Ir'a.'wks' Van Ginkel Coal M ning 
Co, rijs 02H Railroad ave.: f 
Arnold , ipel C (Arnold Bros), res 014 

, .Monioe,:(SD,M).| 
Arnold Jc hn W, bds 505 Grand aye. 
Krnomjcseph (Arnold Bros); [res Denver, 

1 KM- " *; !i -" ' ' r ' 

rriold ^lam^e, rms 204 8th. i 
/irnold M iry, elk M Sheuerman & Brd.'lres 
l|(2«Unden. . j j . j ' |j .' 
4rnold ^ finnie, waitress Bon! Ton resiay- 

r am, rms 204 w 8th. , ( M ■ 

Arhold jviollie, bds bverj 2(fei Walnut. : 
/.mold TiomasB (Arnold Bros), rms 200 

.^th.| r[: ; i . i 

4-rpold William H, real' estate, and in«, 2(K) S 
Youngerman Blk, res 9*1 |l!)th. i M * 

j/.rcitz JLeWis W] jeweleV 502! e Locust, bdp 

Qpltlione Hotel. j'; | ; 

/;rons^ri (jharles, wks The Klirkwood. 
/.rpy pporge F, carp F Taylor, res Nei- 
mahJ, s e cor e 19th, | ,. 

;.rjt Charles, student Highlarid Pk College, 
/ ,rit Lo|ils - B t : student Highland Pk College, 
/.ijtjThcinas L. student Highland Pkj Colt 

'I legej. ■ ■' '! •; . ' ■ ! : 

Lf thur' E -nest W, travagt DM Soap Wks' 
| corj\ ine and e Urd. i " 1 

.^thurjE-ving (col'd), labirms0()2 w so 0th. j* 
rthurj^iank G, bkpr Garver Coal Mine,: 
res' b >v V4 sec 32. ! ' 

,rthur &;prge G, trav agt D M Soap |vks, ' 
cor K/ine and e Hrd. i | i 

enry (cpl'd), ^hoennkr, res|l()78 .. 



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rthur 
8th 



Arthur' Uj chard, painter Redhead, Norton, \Jf 
Lamrop & Co, res 1174 7th. . ff ' 

frthur^ Rpbeft . C, farmer, res nw Vi w J 

I • sec|M;(LT). : -; ; 

Arthur ^icto^-lab, res 7th| cpr Elm. 

rj rthur William, farmer, se Vi sec 'M){L T). 

utuscht:\/ski Gustave, lab, res 4M Or- 
chjarc ., 



j rtiisch(!v/ski Joseph, lab, res 420 Orchard, 
^rvidspn Agries, tailoress Jacob Posner, 
bds fe Walker. 



H 

s. 



FOR FINE PHOTOS. 



Over 313 W. 



Walnut Streety 




W. A, STEELE, Pfofc. Des Moines ^ton? 

209 \^e»t So. ThtydL Street 



M 



DES MOINES CITY DIRECTORY. 



en 



It 



Des Moines Piano Co. 

(INCOIU'OHATED.) \ ' '' 

Knabe, Rice-Hinze, Shaeffer 

___ And Other Pianos. 

S? All Kinds of Musical Merqtiandise. 

*«li 6 407 W. Walnut S ( , 

S', OPPOSITE KIRK WOOD HOUSE. 



(Ml 



'J -5 v Arvidson John, freight agt C R I & P Ry, 
>°*i? * bds i>23 e Walker. . i r 

1« ,*•*" Arvidson Minnie, bds 2105 Grand ave. 
£^3 Arvidson Minnie, nurse, res 923 [Walker. 
„.- ci Arway Willis, student, rms 701 8th. 
g i- § Asbenson Jacob, driver Chicago Lumber 
•£ A § Co. res 502 e so Sth. ; 

*g '? 3 Asbestine Stone Works, John A. Lewis, j 
S : prop. US 8th. ■ | 

OH rt Asburv (M E) Church, Capitol ave ne cor ■ 
Kith. 
Aschim Andrew, woodwkr Andrew Ander- 
son, res 417 e Scott. ! 
© Ash bavid, foreman, res Hubbell se cor 
3 E 16th. 

2 Ash David H, pit boss Campbell Coal Co, 
© res e s Kith, 2d s of Hubbell. 

O* Ash Emma, dressmkr, 1131 24tij. 
$ Ash Jacob F, lab, C & N W Ry, res 810 

Shaw. 
g Ash John C, grocer, Forest ave nw cor 
g 4th, res 14 12 !Uh. . ^ , 

|h Ash Joseph A, carp, res 1131 24th. 
^ Ash Mrs J A, dressmkr, res 1131 24th. 
"§" Ash Joseph C, carp, res 1131 24th. , 
§ Ashby Bert, student loyva Business 



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College, rms 1117*Grand ave. 
Ashdown Calvin, elk Miller & Bfehnett, bds 

400 15th. j 

Ashenfelter Edward, brakeman 1 C St P & 
!K C Ry, bds 022 Vine. j . _ . ' 
c3 Ashert Jeremiah, waiter, bds V$) e ath. 
^ Ashtfrt William, proprE Des Moines House 
res same. i 

Ash ord Elderkin P (Lane, Kingman & 

Ashford), res North s e cor! 35th. 
Ashley Charles J, bricklyr.bds 5,490th ave. 
Ashley Ernest, printer G A Miller, [ms 802 
2nd. j 

mm Ashjey Harry, miner Van Gink^l Coal Co. 
*^ Ashley Henry E. wagon mkr, 412 e. oth, 
res 1352 Capitol ave. i. 

Ashley House, H A Rice, propri 1st n of C 
£ St P & K C Ry Round Hou|$e. 

GJSt Ashley Raymond H, printer, G A Miller, 
' rms 802 2d. j ; 

lAshley Jennie, res tflS.e Walnut. 
Ashley Lewis E, minerVan Gink;el Coal Co. 
Ashley Ray, printer, rms 802 2d. 





ATK 



Ashley Rebecca A, furn rms, 530 
Ashley William M, Wicklyr, res 

ave 
Ashton Henry, tinner, JL H Kurtz, 

Oth ave. f 

Ashton W, student, .Highland Park 
Ashworth George, bdsll51() Center 
Ashworth Myrtle L, Seamstress, 

High. 



Oth ale. 



J B B 



">39 (fth 

res 1420 

|ii i 
College. 

res il8 

arthblcWw, 



Aleott schoo , res 



L l E 



bds 



Ashworth Omar ( elk, 

rms 8KS High. 
Ashworth Theresa, drdssmkr $18 Hig|h. 
Askew Mamie E, dreSsmkr' Mrs 

, Nelson!, bds 513 e 2d J ■ . ' 

Asklahd, st-t'also Eklm ?'</.' ; ; \\ 
Asklahd Lewis, elk Nat Cracker Cc>, 

5[13 5trj. 
Askren Mary C, prin 

1109 Penna avel 
Aslosky Joseph, tailori Jacob PosheV, res 

037 2d, • j "J, I , 

Aslosky Joseph, tailor Jacob Posnerl bd$' 

70S) Lyon, j , . I 

Asmiissen August. 1 harnessmkr, D.\: 

dlery Co, res 831 12th. > 

Asmussen Julius, hai;nessmkr, D.K-Sad- 

"dleryCo, bds83U2th. ; , 

Asper Mar in, lab, res 110.0 Scott (E D M) 
Associated Charities (The,) Mrs L M Abdill, 

sec. F6rest Drive,! bet 20th and Tity, 1 



SkUi- 



ires 1310 llth. 
Frank T Mont- 



as: WtSTERN WHITE A 

"Best Material of thtf Age for Monuments. « 




Astleford George, plumber 
Astleford William R, carp 

gomerjr, res 3110 4th. I , \ 

Aswandel Andrew J,slenog Businbss Mtjn's 

Accident Assn, res 510 8th. | 

Ate h ison .vff a I so A itchison . 
Atchison Charles, teamster ,-'J)d3 1^1 e l'3th.. 
Atchison James B, painter, reslH -j 12th,. 
Atchison Margaret J (wid Walter W), res 

; 7iS) e 12th. J - I 

Atchison Mary J (wit John A), res 1381 e 

12th. ! " , 

Atchison Samuel, cdrp, res Capitojl ave, 

nw cor Osbdrri. 

atchisdn, Topefta 6» SaWti Fe 
R. R. Smith M Osgood, Gbneral 
Agent, 401 Locusj. (Sec left bqtto.n thm 
andfkmt Fly C). ! j 

Atchison >V M, removed to Dav^np^rt la. 

Atchley George W, pointer, ijes I '2 lip Day. 

Atchley Virion, painttir, res-'12H Day 

Atherton Edgar F, trav agt Dianiond Sus- 
•■ pender Co. res 2H15 North. f 

Athey i Bui)t. millwrt D;M Mfgard Supply 
Co, bds Central IHouse. J. 

Athletic Park, w so 7 h, 1st s of Elrr. 

Atkins, s\calso Adkins. 

Atkins Caleb B, real Instate,* res 

Atkins Claude J, wks D M U Ry 

; LocU^t.' 



ZE CO., DES MdjIMES, 



Sicienoe. 



U-l I «th 

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Atkijig 



ll* 



b 



[Xtlahfik House W|lliam|D|yy|r| prop, 120 



H 



14 

: 



■Tr.omas \y, w 

7 Locnt. 



!w i; !fth; ( 3d n of fdrestlave 
jll Ai?zie, tkpr Read , 
vl hw.s; J^h, 3nln of Fore 

i • T \ i J , i I ■ E i 



;'K\ul 
Aul 



Auljjiarn 
Iroi 

rVulp^rn 
res 8 



\" |At\|<pjj(l John £ .traf'a^.jr^s 
f 'top aye 
Ajulijjrt Effie Ej, ddmjestic "9 
AWtact Belle, domestic 71[i |7th 
AulnWln Carl blk $141 Elm! 



— — . __.„.,, . , . 

Gecrge \V, c ratig htsrnan ! Eagle 
Wks. tes 9P4 fc Otrlin ' 

Ir{m Works j j 



Aulhan 



Aur 
An 

'ku 






Aus 
,\us 



|\llS 

f\us 



n Willi 



rm, res 314 It 



Lordhiz, siipt JEa 
^-"OeVitS!. : 7 j'. K ]{ , ,, .. 
Aulhlann^Irs Ir(eodore, rejidyed % Call 
iorhlrf. ' 



(wid 



Aftki 3 son . Bro^), re 
sbtoij, jres 828| 



1113'! J 

Atkih-iOri IJro:; (Wm 
.jaisjtioijiery. 118 

Atkinson Carriei dpine£t|c, 
jttkiison Clar|a 

ijp :}i, 'res simeA 
Atkinson EchVard, i elk 

. lit:>7 eOtli v . —in 

Atkinson Marg iret, student Wa 

itkinsoii Mai c uriner 
j, IllS Court* ive. ! 
■Atkitecnji M&ry E 
', llfenna av? t 
Atkinson Petur,- miner 

m-532 e io;2n 
Atkinson Susar ,M 

^Jorth i j cor 35tbj.i 

Atkinson Willi; im, elk Yoiink^r 

J: lps HubbdH 2nde of'e{9|h. 

Atkinson Willi im R (Ajtkiison 

(118 Court aye. ' 

ip House Wi 

ilM th " V ' 
Atmlpre Elisha, plastlerer, r£s d'212 

j , \loines. 

Attii Adahii ik\ lor 40flj e so 9th] j-ejs saime, 

Attorney Ccncral 1 s Office, State 

■He -use. j Rl Ston£, jat# ge'n* 1. ', ■ 
Atwill Carrie II, -dk |R^d 1$ TnLversy, res 



eal Estate and Exchange Brokers 

»([-_ W fifth St., | j0e!sj jjtoin.es, Iowa. 



157 




Eureka 



Coa 



TJjaddeus S|), res 
Broi, res 



Bros), resij 



CdJ 



av 



Des 



raversy, res 



L 



17f)0 Arling- 

pj8|n 



Austii 
4aisti i 

Austu 



Austia: tlijwis (cdl'd), porter 

ifet 1(131 B 
Austin Lila J,j student Hi [h 
* lege. " 



->- 



Gajrrie, driver Hajwks 

ith 



nnt i 
Des 



M, [Millet & C6 t agM impls, J D 

|3rte\|er, n igr, 40 j e Walnnt T! 

ichkRev acob P, P 

fonftjrence res HODiD 

jiah' J Theod3re, student 

;por Eiiclic ive. 

jer Al^xanp^j:,- remjWed 

jds. I 

|er Perry, removed 



to 
)V, mngr 



lrri. 



rrris ( J42 



V^ristfne, (jomestic Kl3 7th. 
c ward, st idebt Hiih and Pk Col- 



in Arlipgtort 
PorlCo, re>'713 3d. 
kCna'plei lak re3 «14 
|n <f h)irle4 turner PjM 
RI&PiRy, 



E Des Moines 
■|s Moines. 
bds-'j 4th, n w 

I] • i ; 

to Oedajr Rap- 

'edar Rapids. 
~^h& Midland 



i i , - ■ ' 
[Pel ton ave 

rick 

qf'l2 



Brick.MfiCo, 
Iv of 1 28th Y 



07 West Fifth Street, 



G W, agtE qui fable 
0cjety, res Dubuque. 



ABOUT YOUR EYES. 



near Postofflce 




ife assurance 

■ i ! 

Yjounker Brps, 
and Pk Cbl- 





' .ustiln[siobhia, , cook Hotel Lclgan. 
Austliiig Jphn, lab, res Wl'f 2d. 
Authur Victor (col'^j, lab, ris 422 w so 6th. if 
Ava Alice stenog, res 84/) Ci h ; ave. ; M 

AvalancliJs^The^weeklyl.'Al^id S Bartiejtt, ^ 

editi)i ? anti. mangr.,315 la Loan and >/n 

ft'^tbldk. I ' . •** 

i 1 very W 5, student Highlabc jpk College, ---k 

i vdiill Jpmie, elk, bds>a0i;f 21st. . >Vf 
/iveiiliLcu, agt M C Stives res'lllS 24th. & 
4|ve«lllTleroh E| (Averillfe Spn), res 1115 n 

, -Ph ■ i : '■ '^-f -' • ' -q 

/iVetill'l'HomasM (Averill & Son), res 1115 ~ 

f !-W ■ :. ■ " - (I ' ^ ; 

Avbfiil Thprais M; res 1135 24th. Ari 

tlveHUT Elijan, agt M C Staves, res £ith ~! 

I! near] I)ral|e University, i ' | ^J ■ 

Hl| & !5on (Tjiomas E ad& tThomas M), V 

Growers, ^aure| n ecprjl^'th, :I ® 
-'Far me {wjjd (fceorge £J)j res 1225 9th. 
Plaiter Cc^, j'B Bartholomew, mngr, 

, f -21 w so 2d, | '- :• l ., q 

Ayery "Vyilliam D, eleetrician r fres 1225 9|h. H 

*y : Miss Alice/ stenog E H Hazen, bds S 

840 (5th. H j ' n | - * S 

v^s Will] arn^l. student Highland Pk Ccl- J 

ij ; - le ^ ■ \- Si M ""■' ' 

fxcell A|beri ; 'lab, r^s0Jl e 2f 
Astell Hai ry, !"studerit Iowa Buainc 
J. ,Coll<:ge, rms'420 8th, , 

^ ^srsGio^nha j^. miller, res 510 e 5th, 
'*WrsH A.j bds. Hotel Morgari. 
r;fersjav, stenog 1 ^ bds 1019 %t. ' 

r'ters L* ill e, sjtenbg Mutual Benefit Ins Co, O 
1 bds^0el5th. i : ; A A *w 

riLC rmsi-ilO Walnut. JZ 

lcBworth Barton, Pris College of *~ 
Latter 5,- pr^e University, res 2&23 
, Brjattl iboro a%je. 
A fe\!vorth Chancellor M, ! pclice, res. 712 

U 7th . ':il I 





Bookbinder and Dealer ip 
fl MT^Iank BookdT l i 



A, H. WALKER & CO., 



a...! 



Plumbing, Gas and Steam Fitting. 



210 Cqurt Ave. 




AVL DKS MOINKS CITY DIKKCTORY. 

F. WQLCOTT WEBSTER, 

SUPERIOR 



Telephone 1 747. 



BAG, 



i i 



PHOTOGRAPHY. 

4JI Walnut St., 

Pes Kcines, Icwa. 



c ?v> I i 

°C% Aylsmaijd Charles XV, ., student; Iowa 

<« ,;' Biisiness Colleae, rms SIS 



Business College, 

G&j* Pleasant. 

9 V? Avres George' E. carrier P 6, ires 15?;") 



Hackstrom Ida, domestiq, 141ft High 
Backstrom John! miner Blomfbld C A y[ . 

Co, res S(U Maury. . , 

Backwell William H, grocer, W«) Court 

< I i 1 ' I 



.en 



Grand ave. 



•;ij Z*yre4 Orlarvdo B, Pres State Ins Co 
t£ ',• audi vice-prtjs Banker's Life Assn, res 

cj£ 1015 21st. (Ncr/i^' 9<;). 

O-^, ^ Avris, yiv IfaYris. 



o c 



£~ : ', *DaBH Alexander fr 
So' 13 (HM). 



armer, ne \\ sec 10 






Babb William, fjarmer, res s \v Vt sec IT 
(O M). 

F (wid Arthur, W), res 



rms 1822 e Grand ave. 
eceiver, U *S Lainjd Office, 
iden. ' 

carp, res; 10i:t 25th. 
H (wid Joseph), res 1005 



Babbitt Fanny 
o c ;' l.'i'JT 20th, 

"5 v. : Babcock Dallas, 
w o i; Pabcock Fred, r 
^ % !'■ rms 1527 Linden. 

W< { : > Pabcock John J 
> • Babcock Mary 

Linden. 
Partington Martjha S. domestic 010, ISth. 
. Bachelor BerthA M. milliner J t Mason, 
I", .bds 1221 Qt nter. ! 

'.Bachelor James, solicitor,) res 1221 Center. 
-Bachelor Judsoo E. elk, res 1221 Center 
' Bachinam Adai|i, res 080 1th. 
;■ Bachman Charles, trav apt. res 1107 Center. 
', Badiman John II. mngr Western Yeast Co, 
bds 1 107 Gmter. , 

Bachmann SusieT., stenbg. I A Jackson, 

res 080 4th ( j 

Bachrodt Herman C. grocer, 21118 School, 

res same. ' ' J ' 

Bachtell Edwiri L. photog. bds |>10 Buch- 
anan. \ 



i * 



Bachtell William B. resJHO Buchanan 
kman Henry." bkpr j 
crest, res j(30S e 7th. j 



iJuchan; 
Packman Henry." bkpr j K A 'W H C.il- 



cza 



*00 packman johnj wks J K & W H\ Gilcrest, 

*r^ , res 1808 e 7th. ' 

Packman Jonas A. tinned Keith Bros] res 

. 1800 e 7th. ! 

Backman Mary, domestic 1810 8th. 
hackstrom August G, elk? Louis Stohlgrbn, 

rms 820 e .')th 
Backstrom Clans, lab, rek SOI Maury. ^ 
; lackstrom Frank, miner; Bloomneld C ■& 

M Co, res;S01 Maurj 




ave, re.^ same - 
Bacon Albert, lab. res e 15th, cor Sha\l 
Bacon Charles, miner Cahipneld C <* M Co, 

res e 1.1th. cor Shawl j 

Bacon George, lab, res e 15th, co|r S>iaw, 



Belknap 



Vrtl ( 



..(i. i 



:-eS l.ill 



St. 

Sc: 



iap • 



Hovvitt, 



Bacon Geprjge S. propr 

res 1508 .High. 
Bacon Mary Ij. (wid: Samuel R), res 111,") j 

Center. , I 

Bacon Reb-ecca (wid William), 

School 
Bacon Susan, res 500 e so Sttj , 
Bacus Arthur E, printer Ols£n- Welch 

F»tg Go, res 1510' Grand ave 
BaddleyjHenry, miner DMC & M .Co. j. 
Baddoe tosebh, res 1540 Brooks. 
Bader Elizabeth, tea,cher, res 014 e 1 
Baber G«oi;ge, wks Prouty-BowUr 

Co, refltti) e so 12th. 
Bader Johi, 'shoemkr, res 214 Ridge. 
Bader John, .wks Prouty-Bowler Soap Co, : 

res till) e so 112th. j , t | 

Bacley William D, student, rms Cfakf Park 

ave. n w cor 8th. 
badger tVr(hur E, weaver,' res GISe.Lbck.' 
Badger Edwin L. wks D M Pottery Works, 
i res 018 e Locust. 
Badger Emma, bdg h OlSie Locujt. 
Badgley.IIanford S. apiarist, res 

s w|cor e li)th. *. ,, L 

Badgley Shelly, lab.jres Hewitt, ? w core: 

l«.)th.' ! . i - 1 .' ■. ! ' :■. 

Badgley William H, brickmkr.res RroiJ>ks, 

n \y cbr 10th. ! I ' 

Bagg Arthur G, foreman Western White 

BrcWe Co. res Park ave n 6t I|rdttor' 

mine (Clifon tleiglts). [ 

Bagg Charles P, fruit; gr nver.Parjk ave, not 

Prictpr mine (Clifton Heights). ^ ; 
Ba^g Ktaicis. , expressman, res 320 $th l 
Bagg Frank P.caijp'.res.Parkave, nof I "roc : 

tori mine (Clifton Heights). 
Bagg Ifaijry I), 'lab, Jres Park ^ve. i <jf 
• "• Proctor mine (Clifton Heights). | | 
Bagg P E; (wid William G), Pari) ave, not 

Proctor mine (Clifton Heights): I 
Bagg Robert H, .driver,. Crystal^ Oil jand 

Ga.^oline Co, res 1120 8th. ', 

Bague John R, student DM College, ;rm> 

m: oth. .| . • , ; ! • 

Baggs Charles, driver, rms 5l)S J|d. j ; 
Baggs Jennie, clkl Worjfds-Bibbins Co.; re, 

■;v2o'Htli. I ' i ' i i. 

Baghda^rian M. student Drake ljniver?it\. 

rh^s 2SI2 Brattjejboro ave. ■ _ : fc 
Bngley; Gedrge L, physician, 83.? e ..)Uv re -- 

same. ! ■ I 

BagleJ Ihomas. lab, res 007 e 1st 



Ed| Gut FloweSnSral Designs, Plants, 

Lllf (414 LOCUST STREET, j I 



fti fipel Coll Hiding 



Bajjey 
nu 



Baiieyljosep 1 



JiAG 5 



0E8 



01 Lafayette. 

luath'jisoi; 

astopoi 

vastopcJl, 
14,00 e Walnut, 
hland Pk Col- 



Rev William, rds |t| 
di'iarlcs D, died Ap| 

George, 'lab,! res Sat 

\yilliari, lab, res Se 
l^ertha; teacher, tie 
Ui\\\v'y Bdrtoji, student Hi 

lej.e. 

Charles M, janitor 

Charle; F (Bai ey|!p Brjidfsh), res 
corah, la. j 
Emma VI (wid Dana 
pi-nest, trav agt.jreft 



itfiilNE^ 



c 



? 



State House. 



R)-,res;8274thJ 
_ 102( j9th. . , 
Fred D removed tc| Atlaitw,' la. 
jjohn, contractor, jus 1^6^) e Wal 



?S| IjOth 
y Henry 



i W, elk John Gi W^aers, res 



Jajrnis 
ni&B C 

Bailey 



iBatpey 



: Haley 



Ba«e) 



Jailey 



Lfcwis 

Le\vi 



:■ 



S,l r£s 4|h, 



aw 



con Euclid 



W, student Iowa Bub 
ltegb, rmflll3i 25tth. 
i, bds-513'5jh. ' jl , 

jent Iowa Buel- 



is 3, student Iowa Bub 
oJUege, rrhs 1 80^7tU. 



li A, stident Highland Pk} College, 
^ary E, ftailoressj r ns ,94 j(* 15th. 
Robb-rt 'M, student Drake Univer- 



i-sity, res H7i 



fe 20th. 



K William, student Iowa Busi- 



ness College, bds >135t 



R W, ktudent lown Business 



Ccillegfc, rms 620 Cr 2stnut 



^Baijley 

|Baiey 

I ■ -Hi 
|Bai y f 
f res 
Bai y i ] 
7th 
Bai y Louis; 
BaiySC; r. 



Silps, tes 1131 25jth 

Susie R retoucher, odsj 8^9|4th. 

& Bradjsh _ -(Charles F Ba ley, John 

3radis.li , ins, 42;Qfiice Bldg 

irinie t.,- teacher |j^ke! Pk School, 

KJ03"ti 

iai-riet C (wid Paisjey G), res 1903 



V 



sa H, music teicher 1903 7th. 
remDved id'Hut Cityj Wis. 
Ba/lyj |Willia,rri H, Lawyer 31-33 

CMppBlc, refe'lj810 0tl ave. 
Bah Aihmir, elk (Calvin Harrahi bds, 1100 
Bnj: lanar . '. / / \ ;j " \\ '• • " ♦ 

1 D 'U StjRy, res 



B 



'"Y, 



ianar . / 

i Jajrhes G motorman 
. Ui'p Bud a nan. 
Bai i Jennie, c c mestic.'7J>6 

f ,Bai|>r 1 ' 



%4 N> 



r Henjjafhin.lclk, res 7 

r Nfrsj Mijiiie, res 711 

it 

Battel Robert T,j grocer U 



' jBaia 

||liai(MJyroivlb| lab, res 8l4| Vine. 

| Bard Francis oik, res UO'J High,. 




fith; 

3- , Lyjon. 
tyonl 



f rms.UM lit 
&WH[ol>ert \tf (B4irdl4!P 
*•# Wood and ave! : i l 
P*-n\ .$))hroh:a (wid i Enoo'h 

aiW iV ^ietiich (Robert 
'tla M ai|c j\Vm P Dl 
fimjconfedtri 70S) Wah. ult 



igh|. 
24 Grand ave, 



»:ricti), res 



B 

ri 



res 1102 

aird, Miss 
dh), bakery 



DIRECTORY. 



IOWA SOFT 



EST 

First and Court Ave 




BA 



E 



1S9 




Lift Jus. Co^ 

Of New York, 

iudlB5r&Kelley,Agts M 

( if ^sioa ia. t. Ac t. bi<i a . 
"6 Lmdl i Let Others Follow! \ 



iker Abnfet (col'd), pbrter The Kirkwbod, 

res 1118 8th. ! 

aker Abraham L, elk-, bds Hotel Gpid- 

■ stone, j / 

aker Adkrn (Wood & Baker), res 1400 e \ 
Grand) ave; j \ ml 

^aker Afldie, telk Allen's Laundry; rmsJSf 
1309lJ6cust, j *J| 

akjr Amos C, agt Singer Mnfg Co, ies^l 
431 Des Moines. ; ' ■! 

akir Andrew J, lawyer aridi pres Union *• 
' Builc ihg & Savings Assn, 509 Young- (W 
errhaajBlk, res 1022 25th. Jj 

ak»r Anoja E, clairvoyant, bds 501 4thj Z! 
ak^r Bertha, student HigHand Pk CidI-J 
lege, rms Euclid ave, n w cor 7th. ' ' HI 
V. cik it Block, e 0th, s e cor Locust. ] : Ifl 
Bakir Cassie^I, music teafcher, Vis m >'e s "4 
j of Walnut Hill Church,, res same. * 

fpr Ch^rjes E, trav apt, rss 1 1231 23d' 
kcr Charlce H, sec! Odd Fellows 
Annuity! -Assn> office, 410 la Loan & 
I jTrusI Bldg, res 838 ,19th. 
lik^i-Chirles W (Wm Baker & Co), bds 



2 
O 

m ■ 



student Highland Pk 



n 



\i 



: 



i 



The ijavery. 
Bik^r Charles W, 

jColleie. 
linker Clarence, rqmpved to Minneapolis, 
Minn. 
ikv.i Claude M,.clk, bds 13^4 Penna aye. 
aker Clayton ,L, supt j Kratzer Carriage 

Co. res 1107 9th. ' 

alker Daniel L, elk Redhead, Ndjrtcn, 
r Lathrop & Co, res 51 1 e 14th. [ 
I laker Ed vard, meat mkt 503 esq 7th, res 
l|i(Meso7th; • \ ' 1 

aker Edward E, mngr American Dist Tel 
. I Co[bis210jCrocker. 
aker Edwin Bl, carrier t* p, res 1304 e 
13tii. 
,llAl|er EliJ removed to Redlands. Cal. 

"ion, student Highland Pk Col- ^ 



aker Ell 
lege. 



X L Laundrjy, 



aker Frederick L. driver I 
■ | bds 1)23 e 9th.- 
a}\er Gardner C, mjachinist, '/• mile s of 
Walnut HillChurch. 
j^al^er Gecrge'H, machinist Dennis-Duplex 
Writing Machine Co. bds 1310 e 13th. 
Saker Geajrge R, laf), 119 Des Moines, 



UNGERMAN BLOCK 8 percent interest 
Pdid on Time Deposits, 
C. SP NNEY, ^ec'yand MapVr.; 



f lito and Window Glass. 



Is. H. Worcester 

210 6th AVE. ; 



100 



BAK 



© 
u * 

51 

c s 

«»£ 

©1 

C «j ~ry 

3 ? Baker deorge. lawyer, rms 510 IHh av 



, , 1 
DES MOINES CITY DIRECTORY. 



BAL 



Des Moines Piano p|o 

incorporated.) 

• AIi 4 . uifacturers and Wholesale I)ealers,in 

PIANOS 6 ORGANS, 

Anj General Musical Merchandise. 

407 Wtst Wain Street, \ 



•i. 



Baker George W (Baker &. Parrish); ixeas 



w 

No 
GO 



v.m 



res 






Ul 

u 

(0 

6 



Io.va Savings and Loan Assn;, res 
P( nna ave. ! 

Baker liracel teacher Cooper School 
lili 19th. ( 1 

Baker Harny M, stenog Des Moines Sad- 

cllisrv Co; bds 1320 e Kith. ! 

Bakei; Hiram, res, 1320 e 13th. 
■S Baker (da M. sterjog la Nat B & L Assn, 
#ffc re;. 1305 Woodland ave. 

Ill Baker (rvin C, teacher ] bds 1304 e, 13th. 
Baker Jennie, seamstress Younker Bros, 

re:. 1-102 Grand ave. 
Baker JesseD.clk S C Yoder.res 1120 17th. 
Baker John, elk Belknap Art Co, bds 1305 

Woodland ave. 
Baker John, elk Harris-Emery Co, res 1305 

Woodland ave. '. 

Baker John B, janitor Washington School, 

re i 20(5 Hillside ave. 
Baker John L, brakeman, res 1204 -1th. 
Baker Jonathan H. bds 501 2nd. j 
Baker Joseph W r , driver NaylorA Coskery, 

rt?s 733 H)th. 
I Baker Laura, student Highland Pk Col- 
lege. 
Baker Mark M. agt Equitable, Bife Assur- 

ai ce Society, res 1 113 e Walnut. 
Baker Mary A (will Roland N), res 717 e 

Market. 
Baker Morvan N (M N Baker & Co\ res 

2' 03 University ave. • | 

Baker Myron H, carp, bds Vermont, s \v 

c r State. 
Bake: M N & Co (Morvan N Baker) prod- 

u e, 30(> Walnut. i 

Bake? Nelson A, physician 1-124 -Maple, res 

s; .me. 
Bake' Oscar D, farmer, res s e Vi sec 18 

(!) M.) . ' s 

Bake Rebecca C (will Louis P) res 712 e (>th. 
Bake Samuel H, dentist over (?l7\yalnut, 

rns(>l9 3rd. 
Bake ' Samuel W, Sec Home Saving, and 

Loan A«|sn, res 1323 e 9th. 
Bake Selina, res 130a Woodland aye. 
Bake ' Walter J, elk, res '\« mile ^ Wal- 
i tit (Hill Church, Valley June). 



Baker Webster L, travagt, rms 14*fi 1 jth 
Baker William, elk Harris-Emery Co, fbds 
502 3rd; ! ' i 

Bak^r William, elk DM Union Ry, bd 



Chamberlain & 



Co, 
rb 



Ry. 



prasfe House. 
Baker Xyijliam, wks 

res im e Oth. 
Baker William H, Dept City Trdas, 

73:1 t<)th. ) ■ ' 

Baker William H; res 1350 e Graid jjive. 
Baker William & Co (E W Baker), drjjjs, 

222 Court ave. I J ■ j hi 

Baker & Parristi (George Wi ijjkbr 

and James L Parrish) Lawyers, >7-iif 

IClapp Blk. • '! ■ i ' : I r 

B : akke O C, student Highland Pk Co^'ge. 
Baldnerj Andrew, student Highland PkCol- 

legej. I- I J ' i ' i 

Baldrid ;e Fre^d; engineer D M £ K C 

bds Win|dsor Hotejl. ' ; 

Baldwin Cassius M, photog Susonc '.& 

Susong, res 1010 e (jth. , [ , 

Baldwin Clarence E, Artist landDi- 

recorDes Moines Academy of Art,' 

res Gl? Walnut. "j .! 

Baldwin Elias,: farmer; res 101(> e Cth. 
Baldwii Frank, elk Smith *& Culver, rms< 

93! 1,7th. ' ' , 

Baldwii Frank A, grocer 3105 Cth avei-rps 

sane. ; '. ■■:. 

Baldwin Frank L, elk Smitrj '& Culyert,! 

rms wis 17th, 2nd n of HaAvthormj. ' 
Baldwin George W, died May 14, M)p' 
Baldwin Harold, student Dr^ke tlniver 

sitv, res 2303 North. ! ! | 

Baldwin I E, removed to Ottumwa,; 1?. 

in Jrxm, 

in Masop H, printer, Iowaj Printing 
Cjc, res 1515 Center. J 

Pk 



Tt e Olsen-Welch Ptg. 



Uni- 



BaldwJn Mollie E, domestic; 815 lfltli 
Baldwin- Nellie, student Highland 

Ci liege. ■ ; ! 

Baldwin- Norma M, student Dra'kej 

versity, res 1021) 24^h. b 

Baldw n Sarah (wid Wjn), res 90314th 
Bale Marxist A, elkj C R I & If H res 

1612 Brooks. 
Bales. Albert N, grocer, 502 e Walnut, res 

1040 e Walnut. ' ; I 

Bales Car] Coupler, Cb, (The), 40pU t ^h. f 
Bales John, I student Highland! Pk Col- 

le; > e - : ' \ ' ' • i irHi r" 

Bales John B, . plastdrer, res 10-1 p 

Bales, John ! L, lab, Wabash' R R;! res ll»l.< 

V;ne.| i | 

Bales Levi H, lab, res n of C; 

w of 28th. : ' : \\ I ■ i 

Bales Walter Si sec and mngr[{Ba^es. Car 

CDUpler Co] res 131(1 e, Court ay^ 
Bales Wm H, died January lSfh, l^N- 
Bales Z M, student Highland Pk College 



RJl&'IHty. 



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ijaljl qiarles 
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BR\MlH0U8Ei 




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■ s- \ ■ l ;. .- ii i ■ ■ t 

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1.133 ejQrati^ave 
a 



meif,! res JBi owA's addition. 
sj jv.cpr Locust, 



ist.jc 5th, 
,.„ r ;}02e Glrano; ave.| I 1 -\ 
jaltlHseph.-iMer C r; A Miljer. !' 
.j a ll|L|i|i.-die^|pril2qthi urt ° 



lalljL -1, . , 

lall wifn, driver BJdomfie 



8p2. 

d C ! &M Co, 

Sj. bd^l^TVi-lteapW. , . . 

Jjtallantyha! Belli Q, student Capital City 
J Commercial College, ^es J02&North^ 
lallantyne John G (Ballarjiyne & Graham), 
res' 1028 ^ pi th.[ ' | •"; 

lallantyne 1 & (iriham (John C Ballantyne, 
jjanjes C On .ham), grdcers 1203'9th. 
allard Charles, driver YVhite 1 '"" m 

fer Zo.vei'ii 9th. 
alljard Frank B paper hjgr 

allprd Ginevra, student highland ^k Col 

legd. ■ ■; ' ' ■.!■ | v 'i , 

allard J L,> upb olstr, res 91,4 ;13th. 

all^d jjamesjwl, ' ' * 



kjne Trans- 

' ' ' ■ ! " 
bds 0l4 13th. 



]12() 
flaliard 



il&H. 



0th ave 
Margare ; 



, telopr'WlLrTelCp, rrns 
# (wid Win), r^s 914 



!?alljird i\Vaylaod 
V i Bldte Assn 



^allard 'iVVm, driv 
} fis 201 14th 
jalljrd'WmJE' 



jj!all|ira\Minnty ( sjtudent jHi^bllJand Pk Col 

C, s'ec 
i 83f 



_ r _ Polk ! Loan and 
f . r 3 I'ftth. I ' ; I . . : 
fer Coon| V UleylCoal Co, 



1724 
1323 



9th. I. 
Walnut^ 



_ r kP(j>, rW 

lalh -cl Wm, it saiastqr, bds 
allij.eit tejtsoBl, Ire; 839 10th;! 
jialf (i jjajnes -U, :arp, res ^1G Mulberry, 

|aJLick Hon;S tepireh ]F\ Judie Polli 
6 District Court, Cou rjt I House', res 
•asp) lOt i. i" ; J M S ' I ' 

:jallruch Charts, student, rtns 805 3rd. - 

'■■ s ^Iijs"Ellfefa res 11071th. I ; 

Andrew M, . (Balzdr; feR^an), res 

5$ so otlj\. ' i l ' ! i ! '.' ',■ i 

stamstiless C I) Godding* 
e so 7th! J ', ■ ;. l l'-: .: . 
lie, res4l7c so 7th. 



alzt 



ialljf 



alz 



alzfer 



f# Frederic < F jr, (Balzai ,& Sons)] res 



tit 
I 



iarie 



flritis 



Anna M, 
n, res '417 

Florian, elk, res 417 -i so 7jh. ] 

Flbrian , J, j a^deneir', Bl oornffetd i 
V n of Bl6oj ti field cpalrhinei 

Frederic |{ J (Balzer 4 SpnV), 
7 e so 7tli 



aeries J 
' e & 7th|. ' • j ■ j 

jalztjl John W (Bilzer & Soji 
n. sweor 7th i j,. i 

PMt&iRyan, [An,de 



. ^n.dere\v ^1 B^ 
I. HyanKgrcceVs, 120 e so 
! J & : $ons\jFi|ed'eriok F, „^ , . 
, grbcfejrs, ij'jott.js 

pit! 



ederick Ii jr 

th ** 

ecnarcl.s 



>th, s\v 



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;88 yotr|wAKip thb best. 
1ltylfymh$t. 40$ $.. Walnut $t 



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j^ane Walter, student Highland Rk College, 
r ns;8lh ( sw cor Euclid aVe. 
ngftar^ barney, wks Gutraan & Col 'res S 
]1^3lp Walput. ] 1 j- 'f ' 
nghartl< George E, firemai D M St Ry 

^Thc),:Edward A Temrjle Pres, Ly- fT^o 
mahiCook Treas, A C Stihon Sec, 203 wG 
Mariquardt Blk. { W^^ 

^spdwardFCcord)^ janitor, res 00p8tn. § § * 
BmksClP student Highlan 1 Pk College. »"^S 
Binksg'ohii W f backer, res 80T Park. ; S'J-g 

flinl^sRa)pH, student Iowa JBuBlnee» ri'§ §* 
CoUSgc, res 1337 7th: L 'T ffS'f 

ikB t W|lliam - iab, res 32j Pejton aVe. '&. 

rkner H suae, J Q Huttenlocher 
propr, 213 e Walnut. / ' | 
jnningMary seamstress^ res 1107|23rd. 
innister 'Vlary S (wid L jG), res 905 
iiyonJ . r • ■ I | ■ 

nn^n Mc.ria (wid James), res 1107 23rd. 
i^nnpn Mary, dressmkr Y [arris-Emery 
do, rp 117 23rd:' . i. ■ 

nsheldiAlice M.prlnterThe iowa Hpiiie- 
Jteaa,bdsl2p0 8fh. ? I | j 

zrabkrhan Mjnnie, domestic Hewitt, U 

coWl8ti, 
Mrbei Emma F, ^rks Capita 
bds 3^8 e 7th. 

Isttldent Highland Pk Col 

Babrjjer NE' res Eliclid ave, he cor of jBthi 
fiabrber Susan M -(wid Horktio N), res 
if l^il 6th ave ' P ' ■ ' ' 

jp^rbour 
jJarcrpft 



dt . 
>afFbeii Mailide, 



City Launr 



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Ar:hur, bkpr, rms 3^3. e 7th. i ^c^ 
Jain R(Barcroftl<S: McCaughan), 
ne Granq j.ve, 2dd e of 35th. 



B^jrcrolt Jcjse^h 'If, agt George E King 
Bridge ~ 



& 



Cp, rms n s Grand ave, 2nd, e 
35tW.-V' n -' ■■ ; i I 

B^rcioftfr McCaughan, (John R 
Ba -croi t, -James M McCaughan), law- 
yers, 4(7 la. Lbjan & Trust Bldg. 
Bkf-cus Jacc b H, contractor,' M 3d. 
ireus Sanjuel, carb,res 1425 pes Moines, 
ijrcus ,Wi Ham, [driver Robert M Mc- 

Nu )ty, , res 1425 Des Moittfss. 
ardari \ Oh; E, ; Re4, res 704 IWalker. 
Burden An aa, student Drake University, 
'll^^th.' . : i T 12 



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IMPORTING TAILOR, 

8AVEIIY HOUSE. 



Affi COIL GO, 913; Vest 



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STENOGRAPHERS 

AND DEALERS IN 




elephcirie III 



DES MOINES CITY DIRECTORY. 



P^emington Typewriters. 



_D 

caJJ 

60 CC Bart Celia N (wid Daniel.) r*s IIO Nth,. 
^" {J Ban SamuelS. bkkpr W M Verhey '& Co, 

. 'res 10(5 8th. 

CJa ^ Bar ( eki Callie, elk Harris-Emery Co, bds 
~ > M^th and Walnut. 

Bai e Axel, elk, bds 1504 Capitol ave. , 
W Bar. ;e Lewis L (Day and Barge), res 152(5 
_t ■ e Grand ave. 

Barker Ida, wks Capitol City \Voolen 

"Mills, bds 14 U5 Waluut. 
X3a y*er Jacob (Barger & Son), res 1722 

. 'High, i ■ ; 

*C Ba ger John B, wks John A Garver, resss 
*. - Grand ajve, 3d w of 28th. 

Br-i.ger John! II, mason, res 1-11(5 Walnut. 

B^ ger J P, trav agt, Capitol City Nurser- 
»• ies, res Lo'vilia. 
YjJ^Bi;ger L L, tr.iv agt, Capitol City 
f^> Nurseries, res Lovilia. 

Vb? B.rger Martha B H, weaver, Capital City 
\%\ \ Woolen Mills, res 141(5 Walnut. 

Bl rger ^ary, elk Lang Bros, res 111(5 

■ ', \Valrrut[ 

71 rger cS: Stfn (Jacob and John), wholesale 
grain and feed, 81(5 Walnut. 



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E irhite JoPJn H, elk, bds 1333 28tH. 
l' irhite Samuel R, hardware, 1225,5th, 

< l :a*{ 2^'th. 

5 arickman George W, lab H L Frost, r 
■ ; n s Court ave, 1st w of Town. J 

gr^ J ark Frederick, miner Coon Valley Mi 

■*» ing Coj res 521 e 4th. 



res 



es 



L- 



. ark Otto, miner, (509 e 4th, j 

i arker Aniia, wks Hyde's Carpet) Cleaner 

and Moth Exterminator Co. 
, iarker Clara B (wid Bradley J j res 8 



(>2 



%%\ 'Barker George W, carp, res 1(50.) Washing 
,% ** ton. 



12th. 



barker Guy, student D M College, rms* 1521 
%%\ Hth I 

barker Jolm F (Barker & Merrick,'), res (503 
Walnut. ' f j 

Barker Julia (col'd), res H00 e sb 7th. 

Barker Saijah, domestic 120T : Locust. 

Barker 'Theodore Kj'iCity Tiiket 
Agent C B Sc Q and D M & K C iHs, 
2'U 4th, bds SI .'i School, 'j j ' | 

Barker & Merrick (John F Barker. Frank 
W Mtjrrick), photogs, res; ^(K? Walnut. 




B W : ; 






Barkheimer Joseph, res (5)52 Des Moind. 
Barkheimqr 1 Joseph )t, bds 1(5.^2 Des Moines. 
Barkruf Charles K, painter D Ml'Si Ry 

res e I HI 4 e Des Moines. 
Barley Andrew, waiter Darter &Goldsrilith 
' bds 323 1th. I j ' ;; j * 

Barlow AJice, domestic, 101 1 Vine. 
Barlow Bejle^r 818 b ()th. J' ■ j! I ' 
Barlow Benjamin, carp, res 821 Perm a ijve. 
Barlow Jlanry, photpg, 41(5 'j* 10th, res fii\[ 

Capitol ave. j j ;'•'■' 

Barlow James K, clothing, 51(1 e Locust, 

res 1300 Capitol ave. j j I ' ' 

Barlow Jennie, stenog, Craig, Deriisoiji! & 

Co, res 23 13 Atkins, j I , I ' . I ,' 
Barlow Jesse, bricklyr, u'es! 23t3 (Atkins; 
Barlow Louis L, farmer, res (i 15- west ' 
Barlow Louis W, farmer, res Grant! Park. 
Barlowj Lucy, seamstress, res 114*1, 24^', 
Barlow Nellie H, teacher Bryant School, 

re f 1300 Capitol ave. [ 
Barlow Ohro J (Barlow &] Pn'pe), res Oil 

Cc pitol ave. 
Barlov Ora E, teach Capital Pk School, 

be s 1300 Capitol ave. !| J 
Barlow Oij, student Hjighllao^ Pk Col- 
lege. 
Barlov Thomas, elk M^rshon Bros,) res 

11158 24th. 
Barlov William, res 1140 24th < 
Barlov & Price (O J Barilow, J M Price), 

P ice, druggists, 1200 Maple. 

Barijard Charles p, druggist n\ycor 



B|th and Crocker, rjes 1421 Center 
arhah* 



JT>1 
bol,' 



Barhajrd Jennie E (wid John M) res 
Center. L ' ! ' 

Barn? rd Kate B, teacherflawtlhorlne Scl 
p'.s 1421 Center 

Barnrrd -Walter .H, stenog Security lioan 
aidlfrustCo, rms|82($ 4th.| i J 

Barnard William! H> (McNamara & Barn- 
ard),' res 1421 Center! I ' : 

Barnflollar Nellie, dressmkr, ! res 720 ;e 
Locust, : ■ ,. • ; j 

Barm^r (Frank, student! Highland Pk Col 

J'igii ■■ I I- I '. 

Barn js see a /so BerensUmd Burns-. 

Barn;s A<^a A, student, res 1030 17th. 
Barn js Adelaide N, siuden^ p M Col 

rms 1409 Washington. : '"': 
Barnss Alexander (1 ins agt, ,res 

' ' 17th - ! ' i- ' I ■ 

Barnes Armantha (col'd), res 200 e! Oth 

Barnes Benjamiri, cawp, res (921 jlfnhJ 

Barnfes Byron Hj ind, over G19 Walnu , res 

448 30th, ! I 

3S Carrie, domestic, 721 5th 



ege, j 



f 



\\ i\ierricK;, pnotogs, res^u.i wainui. 1 2ge. 

I ■ j j . . I 

Hawkeye Steam Laundry ^ 



Barnfes came, domestic, ' 

Barn3S Charles, jlWer, U S Ex !Co. 'j 

^arnjs G H, stjudent Highland Pk 
hge 



10 

Col 



119 Fourth St., 

H. Raesdale & Co., Props. 








us Dan 
;ue, bds 1 ;I0< 
•lii-s Eno$, ca£ 



p ] an 



MI(vid|W 



res e 



l'4j-ntj*s Luoaidap 1 

T r,,<,t T. J 
lMiu?s .Libbie (wi'd Benjamin) 

B;irmi3' Libblie, sjtudentj C^l 
Jfciiiinjf Margaret 



Banujs Many,' sUdent ! Hi 
1 ;, :Ugo. bd* lO.'O'l&h. 
j Banns Mini ie (col'd^ dohjit 

JBaiUs Wife E, 
3 Uaihii* iThok-is 



!r|s]:i08DL „ 
! Baihri 3 Walter' 15-, elk 

! Baring Wil iam 



itfi vviinam i a, packe 
Brinsmaid; res 1427 8th J 



J3nrne|<; Will:arrj^ (Gates &' Barnes), m, 



i:-S2- B ,12th. 



Ua 



rne 

lR 



i.nfe l!J38l7th 
Barjiejt Frederick 
" ; R; res 102 



Barnejt Harry' 



Ujp."Hig|h 
BarflejJ Lewik M r 
jfef (027 Higrf 
j BartfeU (VlarjN, . 
I BanWt Ralpii Wi 

! Bariett Walter H 

- - J&7 
HanfeJ Johm C, 

" , :es l v *17il 
BarucW Patrick; 
PU,t.' 
j Harijiq^e' Patrjick 
id 



Ban 
Birr 



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ment Co, 



Hvin'B 



druggist, 
e()th][ / 
;h boy, L'. 



Trebanier.bds- 



Mam), rbs 
ab, 



IV, dressri cr, res 
jhlani 



lfao 17t 

Yale n \ 
i 

tfes 92 



1 



res ? 



dressnjkr 
F | (Spencer ' & 
Mdines. 
L 



anan 



DES MOINES (21 iy blREClTORY. 



(f 3llege|, 

'In 8th 

Col 



sticU'.OB Mul 



'clblsth. 

arnes) 



repanier, res 



i A, packer Per 



<ins 



f. 



Barjiei W D, a^t I ^quita^le Life Ins Society 
njs-'bavenpoit, la. I ' j jf ; 
ft Alfred; F (col^pbb'Thij Av 
ipche, I ].T jjja Loan an<J Trfusf Bid) 
jreslOlU B. » 
Barnelt Alice (ccjfl 
Barnelt Edwird, 
Barpejt Ella :M, 
\UklH\i\ti 



1: 



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'd),;resl3l!)Lyqn. 
1027 high. " \ I 
elk Pension Omie, res 

Barnejt Foli^tea^he/r Forest J-Jonie School, 



1 



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L, ' fireman Kyabash 



I, stildent tapftal Ci^y 



C|mmertial College', rms cor! 514 7th 
Barnejt Hellri/ sudent Highland! Pk Co! 

Bariejt John M, engineer, trds 1816 High. 
Barnejt Lewis J (Biljrjihs &'(B?rnem res 

U (Seebergtx & Barnett), 

J \ ■• L ■ '■ ■ " 
res 1027 Hijjh. ! v 
elk, Ires 18 [0 High. 

printer ThelD^: Lead 
sr) ! rms5lQ7 : Gtandave. « ,.- 

traviagt Kratzer Carriage 
"Mh. , /■ I- iTt 
^rickl^r, res' 142^ Wal 



(Uullahy* :o)f rJes. 10JO 



i'l Rev SamiJeiiB. sec Btiard ofeHome 
Missions Lutheran Church, res" 722 18th 
elk The liewis ii!n^est- 

'■t.U\ J CN« I 



340'n.8th. I 




, u Manufacturer^ of 

AVING aoHUILOIflG BRICK 



s at tH«^ Head." 





WRITjINQ WACHlNE f 

OESiMOINES; TYPEWPITER CO, 

3l2j Fourth 8f„ 

^ePaqe \18. \ ; D ES WIOINES, IpwA 



Barnurn Bella (cpl'd), res 512 Market 

Barns Fjran-k S,' elk, res 830 10th. • 

Bafiis Gieorge W, chief elk C St P& K C 

Ry, resws 14th, 2d s-bf School. 
Bjan s Gieorge W^ res 830-.L6th. 
Barns Kenty S (Harrod & Barns), rds ^ 

Bkrr s.Mrs Naiicy A (wid William), fes " 

| p34 loth, y ' I 

Bkfns kachel (wid Fr^nk), res 1204 22d. 
B irtivelt Rena M;(\vid t)irk), res e Vine be t 

Jutland 18ih. ' ,: ] 

Baroldi^ae^aho, fruits, cor Walnut ah I 

J;4th,; r 

Bp.rjquist 
I- bds! 



Edwaijd, tinner L G Comparei 
U08.e 2^ ■ ■ T F I 



4j 



Barqu 1st George U (Si John & Bar- 

«. quisi.), res ^7 High. ]; jl 

1 J Birquisi Peter iW, tinner L G Comparet, 
. , rds;<08'e.2q'i3. . , , 

.B^rr Aiaha, tekcher Capital,' Pk School 
W f -bds; 1825 p i2th. : . s 

Birr A I mouldjer Eagle Iron Works, bd^ 
Central Hoiise. | 

arr Err est, stindent ^ighl^ndf k College 
arr Frarik W, printer P C Kenyon, rtnb 
■ 5058th, .j! ; ; [j. ,. ' \ 

arrGecrgie.teachejr Cap tal Pk School 
i bds' [325 e 12th. ! 

arr J Frknk, b^sj7]7 Mul Wry. 
arr Pjiti line, student Calls .pan College, 
iirr Thomas, farmer, res ttw y t sec 25 (L 
T).i ] ■■-•* 

arrett John H, wks D M Brick Mnfg Co 
3irrettKate, student Hifehiand Pk College 
Barrett M L, student Highland Pk Col 

• 'teg^" »!■.,( •. ■;' i 

3 irret't\ William pi asst caitir Valley Na: 
• Banl:; res 913 1 fit h' ' 



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Bahl;,; res 912 10th' 
3^rrett|e William J (CrboUhank & Bar ■ 
rette , rms 491) State, ' 



i 



iirric|c J oseph (J Barrick ^ Son), res l62.'.» 



juCqptsr.-- i 

l^rrlck j & Son (Josefph and Osc^r) 
Gra\el Roofe!rs| 911 \\{ilnut 

3s[rrick Oscar "(J Barrick Si Son )V res lfo2' 
C^ntsr r ' ' ' 



<>r.Slidh Ave. 
and Wi lnut St., 
O^er, Continental 
lothlna: Store. 



P 

All Mh PerforLc v3 
b\ 'the Most In- 
pnyed Methoi's. 






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E, D. Janes & Co,, 



Cement Pavers anil 



Gen'l Contrac 



207:309 -miix Street. 



BAR 



DKS MOINES CITY DIRECTOR? 



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-■SDes Wdines Piano Co. 

'^, ^^ j, (Incorporated.! 

f ~Knab3, Rijce-Hinze, Sciiasfrar 

^5 And Other Pianos. j 

jg\iAII Kinds of Musical Merchandise, 

C • 407 W. Walnut St., 

m CD Opposite Kirk wood Hoi^se. 

Wm ar. 

^j Barrickman Daisy, domestic 742 e Locust. 
gp ^ Barrickman E K, student Highland Park 
College. , I 

Barrie Charles M, agt I) M Laundry! MOB 
Des Moines. ; 

^— Barrow Anna, dressmkr, res over S2II 
^ 5 Grand ave. | 

rt ^T Barrow Charles, removed to Oelvinej, la. 
Barrow Earl, student Callanan College, 

rms 1-101 Grand ave. . 

Barrow Erank, elocutionist, rms 80^ 10th. 
^»S Barrow Erank \Y\: trav agt Sinclair; Mnfg 

. S Co, re; 11KU Woodland ave. 

L w Barrow Hester A (wid John), res IK* 10th. 
^ £ Barrow James H,, "driver, bds 113 lOtfi. 

S" C 3 Barrow John W. express, res 1034 Wood- 
land ave. ! 
Barrowman Alice, resell) Chestnut. 
" - — Barrowman Jennie, elk Chas E Risser & 
Bro, res 51!) Chestnut. 
Barrowman Robert A, bkkpr Holjand & 

New, bds 51!) Chestnut. 
Barrowman William, grocer ;")"•'{ (Jl.H ave, 

res 51!) Chestnut. 
Barryman Lizzie, domestic 1128 0th. 
Bartel Erederick, Turkish baths 42<|> e Lo- 
cust, rms.410 same. 
Barthel Reinhart T, wks Capital City 

Woolen Mills, res 51 1 e so 0th. ; 
Bartholomew Cora A, stenog Bankers' Life 

Assn, rms 320 5th. 
Bartholomew George, wks Western! White/ 
■*■ Bronze Co, bds Murphy House] 

• *n^ Bartholomew John B, mngr Avery Planter 
i+Zi Co. res 1502 11th. 

*{*■■ Bartholomew Joseph, died December 81st, 

jUJ ism. 

1 • . Bartholomew Noah, real estate 300 ;>th, 
jCS , res 8 It 17th. 

'.tjCS; Bartholomew Theresa (wid Joseph), res 
5»— *± 012 Monroe (S D M).« 

Bartholomew Thomas J, wks Western 
White Bronze Co, res 7th, bet Walnul 
and Mulberry. : , 

Bartholomew William, driver Gibsorj Coal 
Co, bds til 2 Monroe (S D M). J i I 

Bartholomew William, wks Western White 
JjJ^ Bronze Co, res 01 S Clay. j , , 

3^E Bartholomew Rev W r illiam M, res 1315 (> 



"Good Luck" Good 



Bartle Ernest) res 81 

Bartle El ?a (wid P L 

Bartle P Erank, law; 



J. 



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tors; 



1 School. 

'),;res 813 Schcjol. 
tier 203 5th, res sarrje. 
Bartle Kalphj' elk cfl L Converse, res §\\ 

. School, j il ! : ' ' 

Bartlett Anna L, student 

1 -I-J8 10th, 
Bartlett Byron E.fitema 

Co, res 4*2.1 e Walriut 
Bartlett Cliarleo W. Mngr, Centra 
Union Telephone Co, res 1014 0th ave 

Bartlett 'Edward E, city fire dept, res U)()| 

e Walker. 
Bartlett Rev Edward P, res 1114 e 

ave 



ir \ 



D M College, r,m>. 

I j 
D M Brick MJifj; 



:V— 



;Grati( 

i 

Bartlett George, student Highland Pk Col 

I lege. : \ ' • , 

Bartlett Jennie (wid Philip E), res 01!} , 

Lyon. ;■ ' . ! 

Bartlett Laura A, student, rms 120 1 1 tip. 
Bartlett Loren D, real estate, ns North Is 

e of w corporation line, res same. 
Bartlett Marq L, profj of music Callanaii 

College, res 853; lth. I ' 

Bartlett Mary A (wid Lqren), res ns North 

1st e of w corporation }'me. 
Bartlett Mrs M L,! tkacher Callanan Col 

lege,] res 8.13 lOtk if | 
Bartlett Nettie, rms 010 e so 7th. 
Bartlett Tillie (wid Charles W) r ( es 833 .(>{$ 

ave. | , ' 

Bartlett Wllbtir F; Sec and Treat 

New! England Loan and Trust Co, re^ 



New York City. 



{See Pap q6.) 



Bartley Klima, tel opr C&N W KyJ re> 

717 e 5th. ! 

Bartle'y Mary, seamstress C M Broyhill 

bds 131!)e Walaut. ■ | 

Barton Alice, millirer, res 512 8th.; 
Barton Clara, studeWt Capital City Conl 

me^cial College,! rms 710 Mulberry. 
Barton; Cora L, rjurse D M Home for 

Friendless Children, res 21S High. 
Barton David, driver Shank Bros, res 2( 

Oth;ave. '■ | ,' , ;i ' J 

Barton Etta,' wks [H Parmalee Library|Gj 

res !:-J05 Monroe (S D M). ' j 
Bar!ton prank E, tarpj|res 012 8th j 
Barton George, tdanster, bds 204 *14th r 
Bartoii Qeofge C, driver, re* 821 Ifith. 
Barton Hardy H, carp, res 512 8tM 
Barton Henry E, fiteman C St P 

Ry, bds 108 ft!*. I ■• 

Barton John G, rss 821 1,2th. ' 
Barton JohA H, driver \ F ! H Moijns, res 

821 12th. 
Barton Rachel K{ bdg^h i>12 8th 



I 

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Barton Stella (wid Geprge), res 1 

Moines. 
Barton Thomas E fcol'd), t?arber 

res 782 1 9th • ' 



50!) Des 
322 otb, 



r>an.£!|>j 

i "If 

JBartfe 1 J eter, jtas alOpVl 

JJ3artpj|^ea. rrjs l|02(fcr|ii 




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Baftoii Wm 
Bartoo Wm" 



;P'ES'-M > 6lNE8 



Bar o| Jose'rjh S, 
Barljnjnd HHry.jj 



res iil2 8th. 
8th. I 



J 410 (Jth ave 1; 

res'i 



St 



ky. re;^ 



p;/tr iv a *tj res 
L a. rip, res 512 
^^priitk/rl r __ 

pluriider.Jaines Lang 
t-jjii w.s(li«th! " =f , 'I 
Bariilff Ch'Eijles a, painter E M 

W,>Dek Moines, j ■ ,. 

BartnJm Galbr&i :h, bltsmitl , r 

Bartz Lewis, cash bovi jYounker 

KM Mil be 1 r: 7. "j ' j; ' [ 

Bartplflamie 'sea mstrass Youikker Bros, res I 

!) Mu|ber-y. ' j ; 

'eter, J)es |f>10jv|ulbefjry. 

rand !a^'e. 



ss £15 8thj 

Bros, bds' 



jBasfje'lld- David; t (colfd), 

Meier, r^s 1 )00 ub. 
Basham' Lester. W, b<pr T 

: 1iMk f'| F] r 



la, lab, ribs 40 
, student, jres 
stlident Hig 



barber j John 



I 



B VorS'e, rms 1 




vv so pth, 

04 2M 
tW PJ< Col- 

BasljTiaraiJl'i^id clrr'us), Iris ]13orf 26th. 
" ' T """ r * 'V]CR|I&P 



Basijli ) Costt 
Basket H)mei 
BaskirH Mqn 

W^\, --I-. 

Basjqjijii DeVfitit L, (Jondu<Jt0 

Bassjrpne, dcjjne'stic, res 935 J3h|erman. 
jBassM irtha Ml(wid WtoLrei U35 Sherman 
(Bass Paulina, aorp.estip; fres<935 ""■ ' 
Miassdtt Clarirjcja 

! ; Bass<m|bharl(fe3 



4eji, rms 
J3assdtt Israel 

rms same 
!Bastt*l :yrus, djeft 



121 



Shetman 
^jWal- 

E Hope- 



wid Davidl, 

r ? ^ ■ it x 

.waiter Mi ; $ 

4 (c|ol'd, barber 318 ^lnut, 

, Jan, feth, li91. ■ . 

Batcfft.der Afrika (wjd' DavMJ, res 925 



lker, 



jBatchebr Geojga H> police Sergean 
1 1el2tl! ■} ' j l.-l i>]. 5 '. . 



Jatcheljbr WaltjjflG, student Iovf a B 
■iMs£,C|a# ege,|jrms }i7# lfeth 



atema 
atejma 
i a je 
(jtitenja|h. ' Harfjy 



C<]1 ege 

Andie^; rms T^; 4tb 
Geojge W.VpaiWeri' 



rea 



j r* m miH 

atema 



re§ 1524 6th 



A, calk HWis-Ejmiiryj Co, 

student Highland % Col- 

•' -^ I'll. I ■ 

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cor 



faftem'ili T E, 

f lle H 

patemM Wmi $„ supt registry 
f rek }524(ah ave i '] < 
«ates Addition In provemeiit Co, B 

cojiibsec, 31i 5th. li' ■ 
Pates ^|Ue; d(j>|m4st5p lOthJ svv 
1 a\ 

Bat^splvid, lijb,;red'l606 T)e? 

iatesEJigene^, sec Star 

If lOOi 
mtes P -orgei, miheri, res 

Jeflf.Tson (-evastopil) 
^tes^rryE ti Apt infect &. 



I 



re;; 



iiifibEhi 



res 



US' 



Moines., 
Mijfg Co, 

Main, 31 



N. W;R yi 



WEJ^TORY., 



iccessful 

(See 1 Ad ft,) 




It) 5 



est 



ilure, Curtaios aod Rugs, 1 1 

Wstjstock Id the City, 



aid: West Fourth Street. 



Bat|es John G (Bates & Ziegler), res J?31 b 

Grand ave.. I . . i tf 

3ates Joseph W, [nursery, bds Des I^oinet 
,H<yu:ie; :;■/ i, ( ^ ^ 

3ates-Sa-ah (widj.Thpma9);|res Main, 3d 

J ,Frar kfcrd ave (Sevastopol)! 
3ates; So ^hiii E (wid Curtis), ; bds Sabi 

J House,;. I < : . \ '\ 
3ajes ThDibis, miner, res Jefferson id, 

Voi Franlcford ave (Sevastopol). 
Bates Wiltidm E,S driver U;S Exp Co, re* 

j vy^'d, jlth nfof Forest avi 
lalesla-r/'carp,' res w s 4th, ;i 2d s of Eu 
f clid'ii've, ■:• |. j i J ' 
at^e ^ Zlcglcr (John; G bates, (A F 
* E ZtcgUr), lawyers, 4 Rollins 1311:, coi 
4th and Walnut.. \ l J . 

atesjjh^rellerick'W, student ;D M Col 
.1 lege, rrris 175»0 12th. i ' 
a:her Rith bkpr, rms 10:30 JHigh. 
Ba b^ck Geirge, agt Nichols & Shepgrd 

Co, r2s"l«4th. , ' ! • i 

Baiiei(Eli;:a, ktudeht Highland Pk College 
Ifajy Eddie N, waiter Mrs S E Hopewell 
rrfis 1800 11th r " 



IBaiider C larfes, bkbndr Csrter & Hu;sey 
I bds 1211 Des, Moines. ,] 
auder Fjredj brakernan C ^ I & P Ry 



, u , re^s Ylll Des Moines. 
t audet Jc hn L, engineer C [Rl 
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13 & P Rv 
replJlllDeslfloines.'. lj 
Jrabcjojn George, printer, rms 70 
/.Eaber'Chirles, elk Orson ilinn, 

nr 8t|i. |V.!. i ' T 



700 e 6th. 
res 1150 



Bater 
.Bauer 

Hfl-11 



Johanija (wid John), es ll 150 8th. 
Julius A, iclk WeW> Sowers,, bds 
30 8th. h * ■ - . 

WiUiam, cathrlfticajplolhingS ore, 




1; 



f,bdpp-.0 10th. i j j ". 4 

au«r ; WiIliam S, Dr..ggifet, 801 Lo- 



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fyfalXAMM BffUEH, Drugglit 
l| arid Chcmlot, co\- nth arid, 
Locuat Bt». Our ep€claltiei: 
Bau^r'e German Blood arik 
Myer |Irivigoratoi-, , Bauer> 
Cough Cure, Bauer's Corn 
Cure , Bauer's Che le'rd Mix- r . 
ture. arid especial a ttentfori^ 
to prcaeriptlons. 

toKTS TO cliJEllj 



Golden Rule Clothing House, 

D. Ml. Johnson & Son. 



Fine Clothiers, I Hatters 
and Furnishers. 



617 Walnut St 



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< £ The Smith Premier Typewriter 

• $ Embodies tbe Most Progressive 

XJ g ITIetliaiilial Principles. Pleases 

pj w the Critical Business and Proles- 

JS eg atonal lau. Send for Catalogue, 

W ^ or call at our office. 

JSj|'* Smith Premier Typewriter Co., 

■ : 52 210 WEST FIFTH STKEET. i 

il 2- — -j— 

|L ^Baum William M, foreman Nat Cracker 
O -5 Co, res 1(504 Sih. j 

- Bauscher Elias F. carp Getchell & Martin, 
res HiOl KJth. I 

J Bavin William, removed to Chicago, ! I11. 
Bawden, scr c/sc /uwdsn. j 

■ ^^Bawdeq George, bkbndr Iowa Printing 
'^0T Co,' bds 700 e 0th. 
^% Baxter Charles, lab Tobias Woodririg, rp 
e s Clifton ave, s of Courtjand Boule- 
vard. ! : ! 
Baxter James A, real estate, res; PWO 

O Grand ave. ] 

Baxter J H, elk, res SIM 15th. | 

Baxter Mark, removed to Dublin, la| 
1 Bay George E, student Highland Pit Col- 

lege. 
j" Bay Lena, student Highland Pk College. 

5 t Bayes Charles, lab. rms is. mile e off Val- 
$ 2 lev Junction. Valley Junction rdj ! 

© «rj Baylies Francis PC, Capitalist, [office 
tt( C 200 Youngerman B!k, res w s 10th, 
•q G5 first, n of Douglas ave. 

' C Q Baylies Harriet H.bds -KHh, n e cor Forest 
03 tt ave. 

'jj ^Baylies Nicholas, bds 10th, n e cor Forest 
(0 X ave. I 

J> c Baylor William W\ elk Harris-Emery Co, 
JK — bds i0O8 wldnut. | 

6 Jj Beach William N, lab, rms North, s !\v cor 

J- •? :i(ith. 



o 



T; (S^EE ADVTS.) 



BfeCI 



eaman Frances (wid 

Mulberry. 
Beamah F M, !agt Eq'i 

an-e Society, res Clinton,] la. , 
Beaman McLellan, cajrp, rids !I22 Muli 
Beaman Myerj carp, res 111 KijMaipIe. 

Bcamer John TT, jsjate Agt Hammond 
Type Wrijer, 50 1. Youngerman 
reslWashingtont I'aj j '' 

Beamer L O, removec to Chicago, 111. 
Bean F E, agt] Equjitible i Life Assurance 
Society, ^es Ft D )dge| la. 



Zacharjah), rj;.; !)22 

II ll I 

intake I Life jAJssur- 

)erry 



Blk. 



Beaner Fred, carp, 
Beaner Fred ri, elk 

rj-w cor nth. 
Beaner Jacob, 



carp, 
Bear W S, student (Highland Pk Co 

»nt Highland Pk 



rs8^ll 7th. ( j 
Iierrjyi & Son, res 

rls 774 12th! I 



'o. 



>ark 



lege. ' 
Col- 



• Beard Martha 



3 J- 7g With. 

J § Beacher Clara M, rms <>21 :ic 
Q Beadle Maggie, res 102:5 21st. 



Beal Albert M, jitudent, res 112 Washing- 
ton ave. 
*Beai Edmund, student, rms 7(1 8th. I 
Beal Mable, student Highlan'd Pk Col- 
• f\. 'lege. I 

20 Beall John W, carp, res 1 100 High. ; 
<*^_ Beall Leonard B, feed, 417 e Grand ave, 

1^^ res 410 same. 

iffln* Beall Walter H, stenog, Ryman, Lantz & 

o 

tLn res e end C ourt ave 



Beard Aletha, stude: 

Beard C. elk (1 Brewer, res \v's 0th 

2d n of Euclid a\'e 
Beard lEdward W, printer, bds 742 i)th 
Beard Frank, lab, re^ 7817 11th. 
Beard Frank M, exabiiiner, Polk C6 

stract Co, res 172,1 8th. 
Beard John, lab, I JIT Mulberry 
Beard John (cpTd),j waiter Aborin I-^o 

rms 1012 Woodland ave. 
Beard Joseph H, mbtprman D M Si 
res 821 e (tth, 

\, teadher, res w 3 Otlj) 
j 2d n of Euclid ave. '■[ ^ 

I Beard Ransarrj E, saddler, res \v s (ith 
I 2d n of Euclid a've. , , 

Bearsborn Gedrge, student,! rms 2'.W.) North 
J^eason B A, res 1")0){ ")th. ' 

l rser- 

J3ros, 



ive. 



Ah- 

jse, 
RyJ 

ave, 
avti, 



ft ^ Howell, bds 1020 High. 

^ Beam William, lab, Thomas M. Walton, 



W"* 1 Beaman .u.v <//.»•< j Ih'nian. t ; 

rj m Beaman Charlefj M, driver, bds Bluff ne 

cor North. 
Beaman Emma, teacher Park ave School, 

res 022 Mulberry, 

n 



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California and Mexico 



Reached most 
Comtdrtibly by the 



- : f 
Beason E L, trav agt Capitol City N 

ies, res Montzurna, la. 
Beaterman Lizzie bkpr , Marshall 

rms 100!) *id. ! 

Beatty, Jets n/s(i FeUy ■and /hwfy. 
Beatty Charlej) W, conductor Wabash! R K, 

• rms 120 (ith a\4.. 
Beatty Clara A, bailer, Si 1 7th 
Beatty Jaines, conductor, D M N & W Ry 
Beatty Leje M, carper ter, res 8M 7th 
Beatty William D skiident Highlaiftl Pk 

College. 
Beaty David, lab, rms 824 Lyon. 

Beaudhamp ilsaac, |)a"ber, under I30U Wal- 
nut, res 940 5th. 1 ' ' ! 
Beaver Thomas C, rerr ovedj to Winter: et, la, 
Beayles Will^m, engineer, bds 8 Oil* 
Beb6ut Margaret Li(\'?id John M), re 

20th. 1.1 . :. j, 

Bechtel Carl |E, bkpr Proctor Co; 

bds \m Bluff. , ; [ I 

Bechtel Ernest J, remove^ tolndian.lpoli? 

Ind. , | r ■ ! ; ■ [' 

Bechtel Frederick E, wks Liverpool 

D M Packing Co, bds 1B15 Capitol ave 



"Saita Fe Roite.' 

(See Front Fly C) 



171f 
1 Co 




I3(pi|tel Jqsf 



I3epb 

! Beet 



■ \-& 

Bej:k 

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Beck 

Beck 

Beck 

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Beck 



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el Mil 
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el Phfoi 
fpodla 
elheini|er 
Co, re 
Albert 
sTay 
Bertha 
Carrie 
Charleft, 
ns foo 
onraq 
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Fremon 

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Henryjj s 
o liege 
acob, 



1 Bettt 

/j BefK Jacob jf , 



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eights 

lames 
srme. 

fohn <tt, 



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ley Goal G>, I 
av£ Cliftcnl' 



Btick Joseph IJ„ supt Coon \ r k 
ns Taj for, se Cliftq 
Heights 

B^ck . J, st id^nt Highlandj Pk College 

Beck ,:> orter W, driver Mejifdhants' Trans- 
fer 'Co, :es 30f Court aVd.. 

Beck ^alph p, engineer M^nbeck (Joal C\>, \ 

Beck ^obertll Ikb, res jsw. % sec 14 (L lj). X 
Beck; toy, it injr Coon, Valleyi Coal |Co, res f 



21 



le 



T vylor, st} 
Heights) 



Beck '^homa:;, 



res ne. \. 



ola, s 



Beckrran Jo in, 



1308 



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gainen Fitet, 
of manlpfclal 



:ij)^8 MOINE6 



ph M, rrjis 510 Walnuj 
ai d E, paper ha jger John* Mc 
4s 505 Qrand|a^e. 

> L, paving insp, rles 10[18' 

ave. ':' ]f . ; *•; 

Lew s, packer W M Verhpy 

r 15 Lyon. | ! 

iner Coon Valley. C{>al C|o, 

, s e :6r Cliitcjn ave 

tiidei.t High^ind.Pk Colleg 
housed pt\ 1308 |Locus(. 

firemai i CVSt|P-& KC %,' 
llth. j, .■ ' |J:. , .[ r ' 
:?yMf, |res 813 lOtK. 
bjkpr, res813|l]0th. 

, res in \v I cpr! 3q a'nld Cbulrt ' 



, farmer, res^ ne V4- 



udent Iowa 



>, res 



YWiey'.Coal C 



bkkpr Coon f .--,r-, - r 

se car fclifton ave i Clifton 



pft 



farmsr, 



:1k R 
miner 



se <;or 



sec 



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Bualnee 



% #c '13 



ysician 



resin w % 



rms a 



J Bairii, 

Coon ^illey Goal C 3, 
on a\4 (Clif- 



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ward 

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2,e 'Raccoon 1 . 



cor Glifidn 



ucent High! 



ave (Cliftcjn 
ley Coal c\>,\ 
Pk College. 



Beck , , „ . 

! Beckfe • Anni , <lressm3r, ||s j)ll &rd 
Becke:- Jackc DiAa(wid jerifiA.fes 911 3r<k 
Becke • Lilli::, :1k C has Kisser & Bros, ris ; 

0113rd. 
I ( fiecke t Peteji i)iiner«MaplbjGr(j)ve Co, r^s 

1!. if) .Buchanan. J ,-*[ 
Bccl-;man EroB ;(Wmj F, Herman H 
an 3 Chriijkk n), Pump Mnf rs ^20 e so 5th 
Beckiran Clirhitian (Becknian* Bros), rls 

lfllSLyck;. : U", ; j 
iBecknjan He|m|an H (Bedjcman .Bros), rds; 

,i ■ 

Lumber Co, 



e7 



wks Gilcrest 

Kb. • ,; 





-ft 



ln [ public 
Llor eupe 
d perfect 



flndjperf 



Ti-DIE;EqTOKT 



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n speed, beauty of work, 
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(phlets, 
iw Briefs, 
Blanki, 
Societ! Printing, 

Everything. 

(Soejindexto AdvU 




collector Dafjly 
bVpr (The lUes 



Bectyman Mary, domestic[1319 8th. 
Bjlickman Willian F (Be<:kman Bros], i)es 

1 212je Raccoou. 
Becktel see. Beclul\ 
BecKwijb Freder ck C, collector, res il<)|00 

Wiey. i j ' [■ J 
Beckwitji Fredeiick H, 

News, res 10 50 Wiley 

Bedell ' Clyde E, 

Mone^ Leader, rms $X% 6th lave. 
Bedell EVan, printer Thel D M Leader, 
i bds8l4 «have 
Bedell John D wjks The p ! ! M Leader, fles 

lOlj) Locust 
Bedell jphn W, blksmith J H Smith/rHis 

lO^Cthave. ' ' 
Bidforc^ James C cbntra 
Bsdoe Joseph,, la ), cfes 15)40 e Brooks, 
fiedwelV 1 Riley ;, driver Clias Riss^r 

' Bro^bds:llC0ie|Wal^ut 
Beebe Alfred, lab, res 412 6 Locust. , 
BjeebeCfll, agt Equitable] Life Assurac ;e 

Soc^ty, res Webster pity, la. 
Beebe iliicy A, res 1110 Lpcust 
Beebe W L, studint Highland Pk Collet 
^eeche Lee, lab Wabash! R,R, rms llq 
■f - so 2nd. .... j ;!| . J 

Beecherj Mrs Clai a M, miilliner Mrs -Kl 
..:!• Jennings, bds 712 (Itriafe. 



lieeks C 



100! Maple., ( t 



larles O, 



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Beedle jjennie.vks Bon ! Ton restaurant; 

- res £200 Malison (S|d|M). 
Beedle, Stephen, driver 'Arctic Ice Co, fes 



butcher! C; R Nourse, res 



1 010 School. 
Beeks Revjtforaca E,, res|3420 «th avel 
Beeks Qktis EJ, res Oil) School. 
Seeks Ralph W, ^lk J LjWright, resjfflO 

Sch' >ol 
Beeks |T ieo4ore (J, res 910 fichooL 
Heeler Fhjlip, butcher D Carson, bds }l 

i e Walnut. j 
Beem John A, 



Graidavej 2<1 e of 20th. 
Beem L(sona, M, s:uaent Ca 
Beeman Hulbert G, Student 
!■ llth. 

Beems Lottie, stuldent -Higliland PkcM- 
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[)es Moines Piano Co. 

s ' (Incorporated), j 

£ Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in 

-FIANOS k ORGANS 

CO ; And General Musical Merchandise, 

PJ " 407 West Walnut Street 

£Q^ ; . 

Be^nblo'ssom Albert, paper hngr, res 11(54 

rr > Hfo- . 

(-X-1 BtMnblossom Edward, painter, res 1054 
►— « Wiley. 

^J^Bejnblossom Josiah, carp, res 1024 Wiley. 
r- Bewrbower Eli, carp, res Walnut 2d e of 
C— "* Elliott. 

Befcrbower Sarah A (wid Albert L), res 



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CfQ Beers Susie (wid Charles), res 1023 Des 
►«™*H Moines. 

Beese Elizabeth, teacher, bds 1457 Court 
ave. 
L Bee;se George, fireman C R I & P Ry, res 
LXJ 10(5 e 15th. 

r. ■ > Beese James, res 1457 Court ave. 
L' Bease Lizzie, teacher Webster School, res 
1457 e Court ave. j 

'Beese Wm W, lab, bds 1457 Court ave.) 
Benson Byron 'R, State Treasurer, 
, , res 1503 e 5th. 
f\sf Beeson Edward G, elk State Treas, res 1503 
' :l e 5th. 

'< Bee.v, Sir a/so Bcattv and Hcaty. ! 

Bee'jy Edward, lab, 'bds 122 (5th (S D M). 
* Bee !y Lena P (wid Robert), res 122 Oth 
"• IS DM).' 

>Beety Robert, carp, bds 122 Oth (S D M). 
r ^ Beezlev O May, teacher Bryant school, res 
H— \ 102je 12th. 

.j^jBeezley Wm, real estate, res 102 e 12th. 
.JBegiebing-Buttell Piano Co, O H Davison 
r w\ sec, piano mnfy 123 5th. 
^Begiebing Hugo, pres Begiebing-Buttell 
Piano Co, res 83(> e (5th. 
Begum TKnguB R, Dentist 8 to 10 
Des [ Moines Nat Bk Bldg, res 1101 
Locust. 
'JBegum Charles A, pharmacist, res 1101 

Locust. ^ 

_lehn & Young (Rochester, /N. Y.), 
OQj George S Erantz mngr, Wholesale 
' \ Boots and Shoes 408 Locust. 

Beidenkopf Charles K, elk Harris-Emery 
fjy\ Co, res 1204 High. 

• ' 'Beidenkopf George M, Druggist, 
j-J-j I Aborn House, 128 4th, bds 1204 High. 

* 'Beidenkopf Harry: trav agt M Riegelman 
t-H T & Co, bds 1204 High. 







j mrigr G.MBjideti 
■s,12()4riiib. 
William W, 



elk G M Be 



[Beidenkopf Haskel 

; t^opf, res, 1204 E 

JBeidenkopf William \V, 

I |co*rJ[, bds 1204 High 

Beiter Isabelle, student Capital City 

mercial College, rms 038 4th,, ' 
iBelding Homei- N, gjocer, 3100 Oth 

bds 3117 0th ave. || 

BeldingNora j(wid Prank) res 152 

coon. j j 

Belknap Alva A, mgr Belkr ap Art C 

150^ High. j 

.knap.. Art Co, artists materials 
B U )Va|nut. 
BellnapiDavidl painter W P Hearst 

1118 Short. ' • . ( | 

Belknap, Harry, caadymkr I Merr 

Busfcjres, 118 Short. v .! 

Belknari William, dri ver Calvin Hajjrah, 

b'dsill3Shprt. • ' f| 

Bell Albert, farmer, res w s Clifton ave, 

4th e s of jjcirkwood (Clifton Heigits). 

Albert L (col'd), lawyer, 315 Ia|Hoan 

and Trust (Bldg, vmk 1411) Oth 

Albert L, jeweler l) L Rogg, re's] 231 

7th. 

fmna, tailoress Israel Bros, rn^:92; 

Co, 



iden 

Com 

five 

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Bel 
Bel 
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.Ullil 

'Walnut. . . 

pevme, oflr Diamond Suspender 

I lids 1515 Walnut. 
Bell Edward P, res I2l«) 7th 
Belli Elizabeth (wid William H), H6s 
1 118th. 

Bell it va, student D M College, rms MM 
Bell Georgia! stenog Fidelity Mutual 

Assn, res 814 17th, 
Bell Hannah W, wks N W Suspendei) Co, 

^•es 1(530 7th. .,, 

Bell Henry, farmer, its nw % sec 28 
BelliHenry A (col'd), janitor, res 110 

"(liont (E DM). 
Bell [Henry, student Highland Pk Col 
Bell Hill M, teacher Highland Pk Cdl 

res 3(520 3d. 
Bellljames H, dlk Le^erer, Strauss ct 

res 1230 7th; 



Co, 
[ghjani Pk College. 



Fre- 

ege 
ege, 



Bell John, student Hi 
Bell John F, elk iAvery Planter pel, 
1420 11th. *. i ■ , 

Bell John J, lawyer 000 18th, res same 

Bell John M, elk iledUer, Strauss & Cc 

PJ30 7th. : ■ 

Bell Miles N (col'd), ca^rrieri P O, res 

•Fremont (E D M). 
Bell Minnie, dressmkr, 323 e 5th. 

Bell Rachel (wid Samtiel), res >y s Cli 



ave.ith s of Kirkwood(CliftonHei^ ts) 



Bell Selden (col'd), Wai 

res 780 10th. 
Bell Thomas L, lab, res 

sw cor Capitol ave. 



ter Savery Hppe, 
Eas^on Boulei'ird, 



'^r SHORTHAND 



t 
-ATTEND iTHE- 



CAPITAL CITY SCHOOL 

. ' -> ,i * 

Cob. Stifta and Locust Sxs. 



res 

,res 
100 

'ton 






Or SHORTHm. 

(See Aid t) 




13 

13 



Ml&ngee Jiinies, real estate, .1 GoodjBlk.f 

'] res ii3bs iftii., , i tj- !. :' ' ';, 

Bi>U nger W ncie, opr N W Suspender 1 Co, H 
:>lvs' EdyHniC, carp, res 1331 2Gth 



Bull 
: I3isit 



; B 

\<B 

i 

I'B 



\\ Williaii 5, bkpr Randall & Dickey,^ 
' reslSWftli . ,| -1 ';i/V , I > 



OIJIY DIRECTOEI 



:Jary '.'■'. (wid Geor^ 
Woodland ave. 



:U 



.F)j res 1028) 



Ail 



iJBj|\eTritenr|U|[, mngr la jAdlfertisjiig Bur 



Co,. 




ldel May, 
bisj702 
Bkman, seec, 
Bt? mm Geor 

B 
B 
C 
B 



.5 b 



1052 Wile 
W)j res ovler 

iBemis ), res« 



Wholesale Druggists, 

■ 224 a ih 22q$ep° n 4 8t tt J0«« ttolnta, lot w. 



BM 



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el Jacob, (cteMlRiegeimin '& 
T)2 Multeity. ,'i. I I .1 : 
loel ^Vlarg^nte, strident Idwa Bus 
Jess (qcllegc, re$ 7|)2 Mulberry 

lliner M Nieielman'&'Co, 
} lberry. 
o\Beaman. 
1 J teamster, fes 

smjajn Malt|)ldi,(wid Sarmiel 

S If) Gti |fl ave. i ; jj 

imis Alansoa F ( MCRae fy 

)i:j<e lUji, ' ! : r :| ( 

i:i Florence, bkpr McRae & Bemis, * 

l ,isui3u.]lsith. ! ■ ,'.. ■ "\\ , ,| i' ■■; 

ifcm^s Line is A, wagjonmkr 411 e 5th, rps j 
Wv Fremont | / | , , ■■'; 

t- B ;m i;.s Sarah (wid Jjames) \rek W.7tb. j ■] 
! Bfenckr Ada, student Callaiiai: College, res j 
|»2 10th, j . - I ! • j ' ■;■) 

t'fiMnf J O, stjident'Highlanci Pk College, j 
BjiidiT Levi, rjes 82H<fth) j ■:..' j 

B mclc r L V, studenti Highland Pk College, i 
B ink ict Fe atAn Ef, }caijp, , «es 9(^0 e 9th. « 
"' ' "" ' Mrs |S ft Wood3 supt, 'For- ; 



CAPITAL PAID $150,000, 
Real Estate, Loans ah 




Bennett 

res 

J3enfcett 

991 

'Wi. 

Bennett 

Co 

Bennett 

Bennett 
2nd 



unicippl 



nds. 



Elvira, tejacner Longfellow School, 

221 e (5th 

Ernest E J bkpr RD Bennett, 

eCth. j . ,' 

E G, teacher Iowa Business 

liege, rjs 1512 23rd. 



Frank W, c|k Continental Cloth 
House, r ns 028, 7th.; . ^_^ 

tfrank J ^ebriejtt (Bros), res 027 e '<ya 



B:n( ict'Hqr e 



usft ave lie cor 3rd.) 



Bene c ict M;.r 



Us <MU 



I 



1 S, elk R;>i qhamberlain, 
v«wjYjt.th. 
Bkdslt FanU, res ^O'j' 3rd. 1 
\ Bpnjeley Thpmas,! mach, J3^s Central ' 

i^ouse 
', Biijij&rnin 



rim L,!tdamst^r,!res201 Clay 

i B:nj i nin Jlositoh H; res G2j() Walker. 

Bmcell U A (Wf id Job' , res 146-1 e 9th. 
Bjnrer Ira i, lab JK Gil^es^, 
B jririe'tt Alpt srt .Allarnidr. res J]15 e Locust 
B mriett A F, «,i udehtHi^h|dnd|f k College 
BlnqejtJCah'i::., res„Gf*and, avej 3rd e Jor 
?drti M F Church (Walnut j Hill). ! 
.|B:nne t ctllitirine (wid Leander), res 412 
i 4:io'4th. ; .1 ■■ , 1 ! J ! i ' ■'• 

m mn'e t Chai Iks, civ! eng, r^s 7jl0 e 9th 

Rennet Clirtph S, [student iCapital City 
( C(mmer;ial College, res llplO Locust.. j 

B^nnb t Ediiin I G (Benn^tt:].J Garret^ &'• 

L( omis), 'mrJgr Snowj 

re i 1512 i^rdl j.j ■}■ '| 
B^nnt t Edfc r ■ wks iD MEjic$ 



Bennett 
Bennett 
Bennett 



&? 



es 



Bcnnt tt, Garrcit ft* JLoomis (i:d- 
mpr p Benbstt,; Lewisi; U Garrett and 
Hairy Looms), La wy«irs 408 Locust. 



George] res J319 e 4tn. 
George |B, bds Holjel de Reecei 
Harlari A, student Capital v.'|ty 

Conkmercia College, res 1322 e 12th. 
Bennett Horace }, elk pecretarjy of 

StatjeL res 13J!2e 12th. r 

JoHn, hostle):, rms 3j20 8tb. 
John BJ plasterer, rjes 217 (Short, 
John "F! (Bennett B^os), res 813 e 



Bennett 
Bennett 
Bennett 

' L. 6th. 

Bennett 

I lege 

Bennett 



rj 



I B( nn 1 
I'llltel 



i,412\\ 
t Elleij? 



o4th 

W, pjainter 



dturcb «&)Co, 

i 

iior Wojrks, 
>: Shamrock 



I 



bd 



Lewis E, stuclent Highland Pk Col- 
f |bds34CC4tri: 1 . \ 

Lizzie W, domestic 848 5th. 
Bennett Mary A,|i a (wid John), res 210e,lst. 
Bennett I^Iary B^ nurse Tracy Home. 
Bejnett Mrs Mary J, res 222 e 1st. 
Bennett Michael; res ^rear 027 e 2d. 
Bennett Michael ' 2\ elk rjes r|ear of 027 6 3d. 
Bennett Vliss Nznicy, .rsifoved to Kellogg, 
, : ■ la. \i 1 ; ;' M '. ' ' ! ; 

Bennett OiC, en^ineef CiSt P & K C Ry. C 
Bennett Piter. Jl bkp t Bbpmfield C # M "* 

1 Co, res 1017, Linden. \ s 
Bednett Philander, re^ 511 Locust. 
Bennett lezin Jj res s|s Grand ave, }st e of 
'. :28th j - ■ , i ; 
Bennett Richard J, idkl 310 e Gth, res'221 
e 6tt . ! i , ■ j, ; 

ennett '. Robert, c arp, res 519 e so Oth. 
eniaett Robert, drivfer Crystal Oil and 
GasflineCo, rms 820 8th, 
Bennett Sarah A, stencig, res 517 e so Oth. 
Bennett ftjiliiam, wks |D' M, Soap Works, 
res UZ\e so 4|th 



5? 



*$ 




Bennett Williaip 



bdsiil7esd(th 



Youngejman 



l, pressman G A Miller, 



WWlukillli/HS£LU 



1 Block. 208 W. Fifth St. 



Proctor Goal Co., 



Miners and Dealers IOWA SOFT C(j 

Cor. 3rd and Locust. 'Phon<§ 



' 170 



BEN 



DES MOINES CITY 



dL 



RECTORY. 



'i> 



ALBERT L. WEST, 

510 Walnut St.. 




I- 

■ - 



= 5: MORN STOVES AND RANGES. 

■ ^S^~ — — — 

j ^Bennett WjlliamS, farmer, res 115 e Loc- 
•^ l ust. 
' P ^BennetC WjnheUl S (Miller & Bennett), res 
",'s O ** s s Grand ave, 1st e Jordan M E church, 
: ffl 03 (Walnut Hill). 

J. Ilj J^fienninger F W, trav agt Lederer, Strauss 
:,,; y|- & Co, bds Savery House. 

flg. Bennington Emmett C, elk, res 401) Grand 
, |fcl ave. 

Bennington James 0, cutter Kratzer Car- 
\\ riage Co, res 100 Grand ave. 

Bennington Mary, res 400 Grand ave. 
Bennington Wilbur K, elk J H Tinsler, res 

40!) Grand ave. 
Benshoof Lewis, lab D M Brick Mfg Co, 

Ubds s of C R I & P Ky, w of 2Sth. 
Benson Albert H, painter Kratzer Carriage 
- . Co, bds 212 1st. 

^^jBenson Augustus J, machinist DM St Ky 
■■■ Co, res 81S Center. 

Benson Carl, lab, res e Elm, nw cor 12th. 

Benson Charles E, special examiner Cen- 
tral Loan arid TrusrCo, res (>(>(» 17th. 

Benson Christine M, teacher Irving 

School, res 730 J 0th. • 
Benson George E, driver Des 1 Moines 

House. 
Benson Iverson H, res (5(>(> 17th, , 
Benson James E, insp C & N W Ry, res 

503 3rd. 
Benson John, carp, res Illinois ave, nwcor 

F01 est ave. 
■ Benson John, lab, res .'110 w so <5th. 

W Benson. John (Benson cS: Heflerman), res 
10173rd. 
? Benson John A, mason, res 035 e (5th. 

r —Benson John L, horse trainer, res 'M0 w so 

I \§J Benson Lena, domestic 023 e (5th. 
\^^J Benson Lorin, wks The Kirkwood. 
! ^^^ Benson Miss Mae, teacher Irving School, 

Crny; 1437 Woodland ave. 
Bensorf Martin A, shoemkr Henry Hahen, 

l^fli bd 17,S High 
y \& Benson Mirza H (Benson & Co), res Col- 

i|Aa| leg* ave, sw cor 4th. 

■-', ^m Benson Osrow D, physician, 4 Marshall 

CO (Ci rl) Blki res (m 17th - 

,'* Benson Peter (Benson & Co) res Oak Park 
^^^ av< , nw cor Sth. 



o 



Bciaon'fr Co (Pefer T and M Hj Ben- 
son), real estate, 20(5 Sth. 
Benson- 6* HeffeTman (John Bdnsofi, 

(Daniel H Hefferman), Union j Oyst>r 

House, lKJlth. !, 

Bengali Robert, W, student 1 ' D M Cell We, 

rms 1405 Washington. 
Bentley Belle L, bkpr Bentley & Cilnsted, 

res n s Grand ave , 1st e of 35th. 
Bentley Benjamin M, engineer D M ^Vat^r 

Power and Elec IJ. Co, res (521) id 
Bentley John, died May 11th, 1891. 
Bentley Mary Jwid John), res n s (jiraiid 

ave, 1st e or 25th, 

Bentley William B (Bentley ;&|01ih- 
Rted), |Vice J Pres Dennis Duplex Writ- 
ing Machine Cc, res n s Gram ave, 



BER 



bet 33rd and 34th 
'index-Jo advs.) 



Bentley & Olmsted (Wm. B 



ley, James G; 
Boots and Shoes 



[Set' backbvn 



Bent- 



1421 ] 
ax ton, 



Olmsted), Wlnlsa 
3()0-302 Cou^t (ve. 

i Benton School, Shaw ne cor e 12th, 
. Ber^boifirch William, elk Kasei Ginsjbert, 
j res 221 e Grand ave. 
' Berens, see also Barnes and Burns 
Barens Lottie, dressmkr, 340 w so'Stlji 
Berens Sophia, res 340 \v so 5th. ; 
iBerg, see also Burg ] 
Berg Andrew 1 , lab, res 1700 Court avt 
Berg August, miner, tds Iowa Houst 
Berg Carl, tailor Jacob Posr^ejr, bds [202 

» Grand ave*. j 

Berg Charlqs, miner, ods 
Berg Rev E) removed to Pi 
Berg Frank, res i>l(5 e so 4th 
Berg Frederick E, \vk:;M M McMilleh, bds 
I 51(5 e so 4th. [1 

'Berg Herman P, tailo * Jacob Ppsriei, 

1432 Lyon 

Berg Jennie (wid Johh), res 317 Mbriroe 
' , (S D M). 
Berg Jennie, wks Alley's Laundry, rtjs; 5 Hi 

e 4th. '• ■ j J 

Berg John, lab, res 51> e 4th 
Berg John C, engineer C $t P & K C 
j bds Hotel Logan. 
Berg Oscar, shoemkr [ C! Ford, bds 



Buchtinah 
Ills 



7th. 



Berger Lyd 



ia A, teacher, ues 1025 £jth 



W. W. FINK, Real Estate 



,214 



111 



Ber£ William, wks Western White Bpon^e 

Co, res Highland Park 
Bergen Charles F, car 3, res 1418' e Court 

'1 ^ ;\ '■'"■ '■' ' 1 

Berber. Benjamin, tean^ter, res lllOMiil 

berry, j 
Berber Daniel, cpndpctcjr D M '§] Ry) 
j res 111!) Mulberry 
Berger John N, linemaln "W U Tel Cc 

5)15 U)t 1. 
Berger Johri H, moulder, res 141(5 W41nu( 



4. 

5$. 



and 



res 



Je 



;es 





en: 



eriliund Ada h, elk Abranani Weinptock, 
j}s.413 ' pt(i: ' ' " 

& Bergman), ' 



aff Mil 



, \yeayer, resjl410 Walaut, 
studebt -Highland Pk Cpl- 



I-.eri«:r Majr ( 
I erlw Mattje 
lljerjtr OscjajT, 

ijj.VfJ.fr \Vij]|am W.lbiksmithi jres -1025 8th 
: 1c a, domestic, res 71r7 e 5th. \ 
erjjjren pi opbe, !seamstre|ss, res 1^3 Des : 
Moinek . ( , : , . , 

lji?rjj,|rey G{|a "les Fj carp, I418^Coiirtjaye 



J3KR 



GAfl 



Ik, rpi 1410 



ST- JOHN*, ^ARQUIST, 

\pE8 Moms, Iowa 



£tQH7H\$i, 



DE8 MOI SB^ OF! lj JDIREC T6RY. 



Walputl 



its, domestic 1010 Of 



e Grand, aVe. 



erdihan Aulgijist (Anderson 

|3s f V20 | ; ;o 2d.j. . - J j 
Ijeriman Christ, wks D M pt Ryj. 
ijerj-rriiah Eric,; minix Bloornfibld £ & M 

iJd, rea.'-OL e so 2d. ; • | J 
rierf inan Fricericaj domestic 1325 Qenter. ': 
Persian Gi slave H,j student Capital City > 

ConWi:ial Collfege, rjnjr. 028 4tli. ] 
ijerpnan Jcicob, hafnessnil^r DJ M Sad- N 

rllery Co, | b<ds 815 Graftd ave ! . 

Herf c uist 41 idirew, car ; iftsp,! 4 resj J ,500 e s ■' 

erptrpm Aina, 1 ' studen|t -Highland Pk 

•College/ ■ ^ ft ''].'.,. 

lergitrom lie sy, domestic 1317 (Center. 

e: f;5trom i rnest W, florist, i4tlj nw ' cor , 

•Cvid ave, res sarpe. ,' 1 
ef|: trpm I ' W, res $W Pmej' 
'lterfclwjHelpii|wks D jM La^ihdr^, res 110, 



iprnow'tiz :h, wks P;M Laundry, res 110 
t Grand) aye. Hi 'i 

M Lanii'ctry, res' 110 j 



ijerhnv Sarah, wks D 
t Grand ave 
ierlfty Nea C, dentisi A L| McCarty, resjj 



1 523 G} arid avei. , , 
Merjc'iimfcr jRreder^ck, ilty 
Liberty;il^ 



vs. 



I erttj , see a 'so Bh'L\ 

ijerlishire Elizabeth (wid Richard), res 005 

,r th 

erlphire CjSecjrge, plasterer, res 905 28th 
erlHhire Jcihn plasterer" res 1100 10th. 



1 

l|erl [ ifcett jfimWs, > supt '(£ St ! P & JC C Ry, 

|r.4823 W;lnut 
Berljojegsch Barriard; tailor; Jacob Posner, 



Ms 111 



erlbsg^h'Clira, tailore|ssf Jacob posner, 
qds fll te'':Vocuit. 



f 







MS, I res West! 



, p"*-"-**/ «'*'*■• -.11 j • ,. , > \o 

erkfoan Augist, wks AH Walker & Co. ;] 
eajefnan Cjfcanes A, lab, John Burnside/ 



e JLocust 



eritijetz Aninw,| gardener, res 4,0 JLinden 



1 



erihiiigharh flavidj S, cl|c 

};sh>20'7tt; I 
erihirtghani 1 Maggje, elk 

sl»20 7tl 
|eri),|Ed\V£rd wksL. riarbach, res 1382 
i»th. ' " 



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! : i ' . ' ' I 

|Y6)unk^r Br|Ds, 




GO TO 



INCiLAIRl 

iiUDFIjA 



Mefallc Sky Lights 

J [ AND 

Iron Shutters, 



:be;r 



171 



Propro* Hajwfcey^ Spice ZTU1U. 



ABE 




POWDER 

GTS 






THE! BB8T. 



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BernajEdward F, cabin£t ! nikr, L Harbach, 

res 1382e9th. ■ 1 . J 
Bernd I,oitid, cook-'Hot^l Morgan. 
Berney, see Birmy,. \ i 
Bernhaijdt Ella jjyl, dressmkr, res 012 e so 

0^h 
Bernhaijdt Mary |A (wid Saiinuel), res 012 e 

;' socth. ; ; : \ 

Bprnhaidt .Mihrie L, 'w|ts D M Straw 

j Workk, resO^espOti 
Bernhait $arnuel M, cohtrajctor an^ huild- 

er. res 0f2 e so 0th, 
Berns, 1 see a/so Parties, Berens and Burns. 
Berns' (ijeorge.t j hoemkr, 718 Locust- rps 

103 jLoeust. 
Berns Mrs M A, bdg h, 10IJ Walnut. 
Berns \Valtdr, wks Redstone & Goldstonle, 

res 1(|8 Walt ut 
Bernste n Benjanin, elk, res 120 Maple 
BJernste in Harry, elk, Ms 1]20 Maple. \ 
Bernstein Hiram tailor, res 304 e Court 

ave 
Bernstein, Rachel, second hanid store, 425 

e Walnut, reis 120 Mjipje. 

tailor, »J07e5kh, res^ame. 
A, wks j Arctic Ic^e Co, res 



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O 




d 



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w 



Bernstein Simon 
6eroud Francis 
]{ ■ lOO .Washing'ton ave] 
Berryj Andrew,] teamsjter, 1 res 11!) Des 
\ , IWJoines. 

Berry ( C'harles, lajb, 1400 Des Moines. 
Berry Charles, electrician, D M St Ry, 
j, I res 1452 e Grand ave. ' ( ; 

B6rry Edward, ^ludent Capitol City Com- 
| me xial College, rms 710 Mulberry. 
Berry 3tva, stud)Jnt. Highland Pk College. 
$erry Frank, lab. ret 127 e l 0th. 
' ?erry John, lab, bds 127 e Oth, ; 

ferry J^hn, student, rms3d, secor Douglas, 
erry John F, much C St P & K C Ry; res 
j foot 11th: I j 

Berry Joseph" V.^lk JK Barlow 329 e J 2th. 
erry Kate, elk Harris-Em^ry Co', bd/5 127 

' e9:h. . ' r - f . f; 

Berry Martha, el < Yonnker Bros, res 8(,()2d. 
Berry Minnie, d : mestiCi 1 2y e 2nd. ! 
Berry Sarah A, dressmkr 523 e Locust. 
Befriyh.H Charles C, Removed to Chicago, 
Bern'hill James - Gr (Beirryhill & 
Henry), vice pres ;D M Savings Bank, 
I ; res 1101 Pleasant.' (See Page go.) \. 



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Over 313 

W.Walnnt 

" Street. 



■te 



STONE, 



W. A, Steele, Prop. Des Moines Ston< 

209 West So. Th ird Street 



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DES MOINES CITY DIRECTORY 



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Des Moines Pianp Co. 

(Incorporated.) ■ {. 

Lnabe, Rice-Hinze, Schaeffer 

And Other Piaribs. 

All Kinds of Musical Merchandise. 

40T W. Walnut St., 

Opposite Kirk wood Muse. 

u. — , - : j — : : 

Berryhill & Henry (James G Berry- 
hill, George F Henry), Lawyers, 2 and 
4 Clapp Blk. 

Bertholf Maud D, wks Herrman& Cownifc, 
res IU2 \v so 1st. 

Bertholf Walter W, painter Kratzer Car- 
riage Co. bds A\2 w so 1st. I 

Bertholf William H, lab, res A\2 w. so 1st. 

Bertrand Henry, steamiitter James. Lang, 
'res 408 \v so Oth. | ■> 

Bertrand Joseph, plumber Scoville Plurnb- 
iiig Co, 1528 Locust. 

Bess Harry, conductor C K I & P Ry, bds 
Morgan House. 

Best Clarence, pressman Watters-Talbott 
^■Printing Co, res 1018 4th. 

Best John, collector D W Smouse, res 1018 
' 4th 

Best Lizzie (wid Henry), res 1018 4th. 

Beswick Leroy, student Highland Pk Col- 
lege. 

Bethany (Presb) Church, Allan, >n\v cor 
e so 8th. 

Bethel Evangelical Church, 9th cor North. 

Bethel George M, dry goods, (504 la Loan 
and: Trust Bldg. 

Bethel Theodore, elk, res 715 e 5th: 

Beths William, rms 415 Oth. 

Betts Charles M, horsedlr, rms 512 Stli. 

Betts S» Betta, Specialists, Dr. James 
W Mershon, mngr, 510 Walnut. 

Betts Jeremiah, driver Charles Hewitt, res 

Hi.'H) Des Moines 
Betts Sarah (wid Simon), res 1800 Lyon. 
Beven Sargent, student, rms 15*21 11th. 
Beveridge Elizabeth, domestic 32$ \v so 0th. 
Bevbrlev Frank, lab, res UKtt) 15th. 
Bewer W J, died June 28th, 1801. 
Beyer Jackson (John H Queal & Co), res 

!742 e Locust. 
Biblpins Frank, printer Iowa State Register, 

jres 1000 Walnut. I 

Bibbins Harry M (Bibbins & Son), res 004 

e Grand ave. 
Bibbins Madison W, (Bibbins & Son and 

Bibbins Sc Barnett), res 004 e Grand av. 
Bibbins & Bamett (Madison W Bibbins,- 

Lou Barnet) whol cigars, 022 Grand 

ave. ! 



!BIN 



louse, 



and 



Btbbinjs ©» Soil (Madisori |V 

J-IarryiM), Wall Paper «2 k 3 Gn.ifdjave" 

Bibler Essie, studeni Callanan Col 

Bickard Charley, salesman Capital p 
ingJ 

Bicknell 



m. 



rds 



rms 225 Uth 
Arthur E, pianos and ordajnj 

Walnut, res 211 11th. 
Bicknell "lara R, teAch^r, res 703 7th 
Biddle Alonzo A, butcher, bdsjl'Oi 

chanin. • . . : ' ' 

Biddle Eros (John T and Chrjstjaji 

meat market, 011 e G^rand aye 
Biddle Christian T (Biddle Bros), tie 

Buclanan. l|' 

Biddle Fank B, lab, res 1114 Wall 
Biddle John F, butcher Biddle jB 

l'HM) Buchanan. ' ' ' 

Biddle Jchn T (Biddle Biros), res 3pf 

chanin. 4 , f 

Biddle Mamie, resl K)0 Buchanan 
Biddle ]V ax, Jbutch^it, res 1HO0 Buc hahan. 
Bieghter Arthur C,bkpr Hall& Me "erjibds 

214 12th. 1 
Bieghter Harry M, student Capitil (City 

Com nercial College, rlhs 001 Cen^r. 
Biersboon George V/, student Drak 

versi :y, res 2H0J) North. j 

Biery Jol n, student, rms 25th, secor l|ni 

versi v ave. ! 

Bieglow : iarry A, lab, res '1308 IStli 

Bigger Louis r steward C jR I'& |P Py, r'ms 

Aborn House. 
Bigham n r H, elk C & *f W Ry, r|eb 1801 

Freniont. 1 

Bilby An os M (Priebe &Biiby)', jphj 

res 1|3(!4 Woodh.nd ave) 



Highland Pk Cf(|llege, 

14^4 e Walndt 
elk R G Dun $ Co, 



sicinn, 



Bilby G N, student 

rms 'A'AiV.\ Ad. 
Bilerton William,' rds 
Billings Clarence A 

bds M5 Walnut. 
Billings Frank,' painker C E McCrA-jr; rms 



<sT3 S Hibb^, rrJis 815 



815 Walnut. 
Billings Sherman, w 

Wahlut. 
Billings Ward L, fe^d, cor 0th and Sfjihobl, 

res lul e 12th. 
Billings William, teacher Iowa ljkis|i» 



neas Colleger, res 705 Park 



agt, res 1420 jL 
journalist, res 



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Billingsldy Jay, trav 
Billingtoi| Addie B, 

. 6th. 
BillingtoA. Thomas "ft, ^4Q4 e 0tl| 
Billmeyel Baltes, coachman 844 
Bilz August, painter 

17th 
Bilz Joseph, removed to Omaha, Ne-ij 
Bilz Joseph F, weaver, res 520 e 2nq 
Bilzer Dora, domestic, 1415 Center. 
Binder Frederick carp Charles Wejtjz, les 
• 1040 11th 




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iman Mahh'a, re$| ^OOSjlOthl : V 

Ujan Mary,' res 2008 lOth. J, • i' 
'mm Fred, studeriti Highland Pk) C6l 



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lfcime'r Aae, wks Captitol City Woo 
flill bd|s 1115 Locust! ' 

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Jrd John, primer 



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If red, pressman Iowa' Prini 

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res 1533 Lyon 



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nttjeyi jMattV!j{w^' Cjhri^topb.eri), ires 018 

e Walnut.' 

ilker (W Hikm, 



nrtly Caroline, ([pmestic| Si 
B:rd Benjamin Fj, ci 



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[Wjllihrri, |res4U,e 
iiir FJ, ciga,: rr^kr 
res ll^ttji 
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IFrddertckiS, esngirieei(D AJI U Ry/rel 
ip Wilriut 
BJIrid Oc<ir£ e, beat! mirket 
jio;,' cor 11th.' J[ 
ifd lowar i N, lab, .res.-Q2 
rrd ohn(J )hn Birdi& So 
d ahn \V. butcher, res 
ohn '■& Sc n (John and 
inar.ket,' 1^8 GranJ(J avp, 
School, 



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;'1-163 11th 

so! 9th. 
),Wsl231 lith, 
11 22 Mulberry? 
Charles) , meajj: 



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Woodland .ave, si cor 21st. 

IjWjlliaih (bbrd),c|ook^ms llS'w so2d3 

jVilliiinkj trivik:G10 3d.! *•; ] 

Bi):ds|Il G.eArgq, student Iowa Business^ 

Cplljege. i J i ' | : - 

Bird^lljliiz2ie tyl, stencg McCcfrnick H£r 
»'|st|ng Machine Cc, bds^ 510 10th.. j 
irfp Lo jis R, casHierl TThe) Kirkwood. 
Gteorgdj |ab 
qotj lltr. 

ham i< j? £crminghh)t\ 

"Ml^ 1 ^ % janitor Stab House, res 

i*th.| •. f,--, i:,,} ; ■ 

miej A'itol'd), barber under 423 
atiuti res! 4^3 9th. ,' i|. 
Willi wt+.H;- l mAgr II Harbkch, res 




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fo:}22 Felon ave. 




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I Estate and Exchange Brokers 

West Fifill St., ' | Pes Moines, fl|»0. 



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Loan and Trust Bu: ldinj , near F, 0, 



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arid Inseited 

\f. Fifth St., 




If isharjl Bros (Pclrte C.lffrarik and /ihn), 

editors and publishers Plain fall., 522 

e Walnut^ > 

BlshArd Daniel C, 1 Real Estate 415 

41(5 Io^va {Lo^tn and Trust BJdg, res AI 

tpcna, 'la. 
iBishard Frank 
j ,. 10th. 
Bishard John W 

j 10th - i ' 

•Bishard Porte C [Bishard Bros), res 117 e 

BishaH Rebecca F {wid Moses), res 117 e O 
•lo(h. ,. : ; i ! 

Bishir James W, elk J L 

Grind ave. 
Bjshop Bartoq \V, lab Scpville Plumbing 

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Bishard i Bros), res 1 1 7 e 
(Bisharii Bros), res 117 e 2 



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Mason,. res 1000 <0 

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Biehop Char lee 3* (Bishop ,& Wil- S j A 
., coxen), President N'at onal Institute, S (IJ 
res 1700 4th, {See-Jifa fa), ' ' , p Cj 

Bishop Clarence C, carp, res JB^O Jefferson. — M 
Bishop Ella G, siudent Highland PkCol- 5 Q 

Bishop Fazelo, n ngr S E Bishop, rms over P r 7 

■l 323 5th. r ' ' j ;■.;. - r > ■ 

Bishop Frank, w.jighma^ter C R I & P Ry, 

rms: I4f)3 Gnnd ave. 
Bishop Gedrge, lab, C St P & K C Ry, rms 

loo 11th. , r X 

;Bishop George W, lab, res 417 e so 8th. Q ,fj 

Bikhop rleiiry C.stebog j K& W H Gilcres^ m 

tres 139p ldth jjl W 

Bishop Hiram'S, real efetato„res 1305 15th. ?* (j) 

Bishop Jos'^phl F, propr Grand Army Ad- m > 
'•vocite |ind; la State Advertiser, res 850 
10th. ■ 

Bishop Julia W tvid Richard E), res 1390 
•.1.0th. i 1 ■ ■ ■ l •' 

Bishop' Perry G.girdener, res nw % sec 32 

Bishop Susan J (\rid Jfesse),j res w s ath, 2d 
n oi : Euclid ave. ; -' '..;.!, 

Bijshop 3 E, boot; and shoesi, 000 \Vajnut; 
irms over 328. 5th. 

Bilshop Webster, elk S D ! peebergfer, res 
920 4th 




Bishop Williaro V, real estate 501 W 
rms 130(5 lotl. 



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PHOrOGRAPHY. 

41! Walnut St., 

i* Des Moinqs, Iowa. 



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Bishop &- Wllcoxen (Charles A 

Bishop, William MjWilcoxen), Altor- 
neys at Law, (ill to OH Office Bldg. [SW 

f ■>.<'' I3 5-) 
Bissell F H. student Highland Pk CoMege. 
Bissig Sebastian,' janitor Turner Hall, res 

bth, se cor Plum. 
Bitting Frank, conductor D 'M St Ry, res 

, 1.VJ0 Lyon. f , 

Bitting Harry C, marble cutter D M Mar- 

i ble and Mantel Co, res 101? 13tti. 
Bitting James, painter, res 71? Maple. 
Bitting James, student Iowa Business 

; College. 
Bitting Jennie, tailoress, res 213 2d. 
Bitting Lincoln, gardener, res n\v ^ sec 32. 
Bititing L M, painter, res 717 Maple. 
Bitjting Simon S, gardener, res inv '4 sec 32. 
Bitting Thomas A, trav agt, res bill Yqrk. 
Bitjtinger John M, miner, res 112 Hillside 

■: ave. (S D M.) ! 

Bit'tle' Joseph, lab, res 71(i e 18th, 
Bivin Frank, printer Iowa State Register, 

rms (>22 Grand ave. | 

Bivin Lizzie E, domestic (122 Grand ave. 
Bixby Charles E, farmer, res 030 e 7th. 
Bixenstein Philip C, motorman DM St 

Ry, res 1022 Grand ave. ; 

Bixler J M, student Highland Pk College. 
Bjerke John C, elk Hansen; Drug Co, res 

320 e 7th. 
Bjorseth Stephen, lab, bds w s 20th, bet 

River and 21st. 
Black Deborah, (wid John), bds . 1701 e 

Grand ave. 

Black Diamond Coal and MIn T 

ing Co, Isaac Brandt, President; J 
C Macy, Treasurer; C D Boardman, 
Secretary; office 208 la Loan and 
Trust Bldg. Yards 212 7th. (See luck 
cort'r at; J .index to aavts). 

Black Edgar, conductor C R I & P Ry, 



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res 2211 e 7th. 



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Black Ella, elk L Trepanier, res 1008 e Oth. 
Blackburn Frank E, elk G W. Marqujirdt 
& Son, res 020 S»tli. 

Black Rev George F, res 1320 2(»th. 
Black George E, sec and treas AC Mount 
Broom 'Co, res 8.M 10th. . ! 



Plumbing, Gas 

21V Court Aye. 



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13 lack James, driver Perkins & Perkins 

res-p) Madison (S D M). 
Black Jennie G, rn^isic teacher., ies 13:$ 

Maple. 
Black J( hnj W, cara re,s 111) Granti a\le. 
Black Joseph, wks Graefe House. \ ! 
Black Joseph B, carreer PO, res,133:j Maple.' 
Bllack Margaret ! jj, teachef Elnnvood 

Schwl, res 11(5(5 2(>th. .; j 

Black MinnieJ sten Qg-. bdsil H>3 (>tli a\f< 
Black Nincy E, bdg h, -1 IT Grand |!avi 
Black R >se, res 101*1 Locust. 
Black Simuel 1 R, janitor Alcott 

i res 008 e 0th. < 
Black Seaborn C, rps 1 329 20th. 

E.lack Walker M, Secretary ^tateln- 

IsuranceCo, res 1013 21st.' ! 
Black R »v William A., rk J332 M|ple. 
Biack William A, farmer, res 011 kith 
Black William L, elk A N Bliss & Co, 

:■ 020e0thJ I | 

Black William; N, solicitor, bds 10(*8 e 
Bjlack YV I, agt Equitable Life As^rance 
Society, res Cedar Rapids, la. 

ackabv William; farmerj n e 14 

i < DJI )- , ■ " - 1 ■ 

ackalhr George A, cllj Bentley .VOl 

steld res ill 08 Locust. I! 

ackall >r Jeffrey* oik Bentley & Olmsted, 

res 108 Locust. j ; 

ackall ?r Thomas F, bk kpr M. iRiegel- 

man & Co res,] [l 108 Locust, 
ackbu - n Charles, [barber, 414 e lj>th, res 

lf>12 Des jvioines. 
ackburn EphriamT, lab, res40($ * ^oTTth. 
ackbuin Brink E, elk, res 020 S)th: 

Bjlack DU'rnHarriy X, Asst; Cashr 

Citizens ^atiorjal Bapk, res 140 High. 

{St-e pageM. \ ' 
B ackbu *n John, lab DM Malt; House, res 

e Railroad jave bet 8th and^fith. 
Bjackbu-n Matthew V.trav agt.^fbs 208 4th 
Blackbu n Nannie (wid Marsh); res 1401 

Higi. . '. : . :V 

Blackbu *n Samuel, driver Balzer & Ryan, 

res 810 e so 10th. 
Blacketer James, l^b Merrill Brick Co, 
Biacketer Huston lab, res 11 10 e so Scott. 
Blackmcn Austin B, roofer, 315 8th, bds 

014 Locust. 
Blackman Emil, carp, j res 111") 3/2th 
Blkckmdn Erijest W l^ib, ,w s 20th, 1st s of 

\ Noujrse p^. ' ■ 
Blkckman Eiigene, coachman William 

Tranz. I ,-' ..;.;' 

BUckman Fra,ncis K, dairy, wis 2(th, 1st 

of Nourse' pi. . 

Braickmcjn George, rjs 1077 5th.l | , 
Blackman George,' roofer, .r^ns 014 Locust. 
Blackman Ina K, sttdent DM College. 
Blackman Oscar, roofer, 014 Locust; 



CUT FLOWERS, 



Floral 



A. W^ Prater, 1414 l.opustt Street 



Plants. 




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|w J/brakem>ji (L<5: N W Myi 

^ Geojrge, lajvres (blranfl ave.n wjcor 
'airall. _ . ' ; | ji:;' ; . ■' i ', , 

es Heiry, lab Carman & Schnml 
Mnfg Co, res Ciqurf a|.e vi Tiile west of 



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„ jy M - A, enter, res. lOl Court ave 
Alexander, ies 1215 j^Olh. ' 



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Calvi a C, carp, ire's ifi 
Edgar, draughtsmak 



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I laf'es John H, lab, res 9 

1 Slakes Mitchell, lab, res ' 

BliesiWrn T, lab, res, 

libit burn Mm F (col' 3), 

ordt r^808 11th 

iUburn Ijouis P (col'd), jani or] Equitable 

., ^idgl r^s 81? nth. ;'|| . ■ ; ; '-J 

BiaHburn Tjiomas J, pdrter Savery Housed 
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porter ■W Craw 



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COAL 



175 



»e| Yor|,Lif(isi Co. 

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Blair, res !l 2 



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ljett, 'bd? 1215 lOtrj. 
Gertrude, florist R u 

uth - . " i ! r 

James F, . harness' mkr, 
^Voodk.nd ave. j ; . 'I, , 

Jennie A, d rests 1 rnkt\.res:!J'23' e 13thA 
Jennie, Waitress David Eying. .' ) 



JoelO, cjirp, ires 22:|W'l|3t 
John, lawyer,' ^ms ;72jl 7th 
John G, ! printer, -ire^, ] Oth, jb w cbt 
cott. i ■ '! ! ' ■ J , 

John H (Wishard& Elair i, its 721 7th; 
John H,. lj>ds The Kirkwx)! 
Olive* L, printer; rep ftCK)7 Scott. 
Rebecca, jseam stress \.h\ Harbajdh, r ;a 

J23e-i$th. ! ■. :■. "1 rTj 

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I Leader H, erigi 
s 300; Ridge. . 
Martin J, painter 
, bds 1 09 w so 2d. 




r Riifus I*, Florist ;i00 0th ave, re$ 

2io i^th/ j , -< • ;■. : V,[ | • • ij 

jVictot, printer,^ res 10th, . n wcjjr 1 

cott. ■ ' i . [..k; 1 ! 1 - , '.'" I' V 

William E, died j4nuairlr 15th, 189U 

.Jr.dsonj S. rek314 ' : 

BlaiisBell R ie, studerit Cailanai Collegte; 

314|8th.l ' '' 

bc John Zr tawy^, |55 Cla^p 

lk,.re|15^0 5th.i , ; Ji , . 

it J Sj removed to Seattli j Jv'ash!?: 
\nna[, ^appr, bds 123 s d\hl * , , 

Eugeie L (Blake & l "McLeanan); i Tijk- < 

f> 4thj - . ! 

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eef L Harbac'i,- 
Krat;:er Carriage 






it^[|dLoan Co. 



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ey.Affts., 

201-202 ia. i. jjc T. Bide 

r 6tf Otfyers Fplloiur 



Blike Drwell, fum rms, 



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Wesley, cash 



B a|<e Nary E r b< binder fi A Miller, bds 
31« Raccoon J | 

ake Miss Minnie, s enog State Temper- 
iance.Allian'c«;,Jre!; ll({5 (ith ave. 

B^ke Mrs M Jennie, propr Industrial Res- ( 
Ita^irant, 533 (ith, res same. . \ 




HffcJ (Jth 



bey. Lang Bros, res •■ 



h33 6th. 'J I 
B^ke William H, engine|er St P &KC 
t>c t s 210 10th. ' ] 1 ' 



ake 8*Mc Uenna 



McLeiinan), Lawyers,' 45) Cla'pp Blk. fl) _P 
akely Preston !b, studen^ D M College, j 



rms 1505 Washington 
akely W M, stnden:Ic»wa Business 



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College. 

Biakeman \yilliam N, res jij»14 Oth. 1 fl| 
Biakeslee Carrie A, teacher East D M «| 
j ^Jgfi school, res |37«jii)th. ' "ii 

akeslee. Charles D trav agt, . bds 1005 
■/ j-Xirftol ave. ! ' I;. 1 

Bl akesfaa John, teamster, res 1 315 e Walnut, ^f^ 
BJakesleB John H res' l(ip5e Capitol ave. i ■ 
Blakes.ee Joseph bousernover, res 1005 
■ t ' I Cc pitol ave, i f ' 

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Blauk Frank, notiDns3H 

,v j "e|Ah<; ;i -.', " : ' ' 
ank Jennie, wks Mepri 
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e|e jfe, student Highland Pk Colleie. **^L 
l'ee itn^mas M, prof D M College ^^ 
; 1820-Wasiington. : ^^ 

akeyj Nellie (co! 'd), doraestit 008 4th. j ^^ 
akey §imon S (:oi.dl), lali, res 808 Oak. 
anctard Ella C, teabherJ^asfD^f.Hifeh 
School, ifeslJ15 ^a Walnut. \ ] 

9, ancl aid . Henry Ej; printer ret, 1214- e 
: . Walnut. . j 'j I ; '-■. i ■ 

aotjlard Henry E, res'1^15 e Walqut. 
anclard Peeley p| teamster, res 1703 

'"Court ave, • . j |- ■; 
andrjard WilliaTvres!j72Jl 3d. 
anchard Willian S, labj.bdji 1708 Cocrt 

ahcWen Williaiil bdjs 72(1 2d. "'j ^9 

anch'en William, wks Capitol City das Wtt§ 

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Walnut, res 212 

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t&Bush, res4lJ"i% 

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(Incorporated.) 

Manufacturer* and Wholesale Dealers in 



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PIANOS 8 ORGANS 

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3 ( ' Blank Morris H, wks D M Bottling Works, 
Q,,j res-212e4th. 

>\.f Blanketer Huston, lab, res Scott, cor 12th. 

.'>: Blasdel Judson S, grain : 402 Youngerman 
«\* Blk, res 314 8th. 

■ -*| Blasctell Betsey (wid William), res 1330 

Sm Buchanan. 

: * Blayney Henry, lab, res 119$ 42th. 
Blayney John, res 1198 12th. l ■ 
g^ Bleckmann Emil, carp, res 1115 12th. 

*H Bleckmann Lesette (wid Julius), res 1 115 
W 12th 

^J Bleich Augustus, lab, Capital City Brick 
^g Co, res 1 18:? .ircl. 

,^^ Bleich Herman, elk Wm S Bauer, res 118*5 
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Bleich Herman E, elk, res 118313d. > 
Bleich John J, wks Capital City Woolen 

Mills, bds 118H 3d. I 

Blind Charles, < barber E C Crane, res 51(5 

9th. 
Bliss Albert N (A N Bliss & Co), res 1310 

Woodland ave. 
Bliss Alvin, flagman D M U Ry,- ires 0(H) n 
12th. i« 

^Bliss A N & Cq, whol frui,ts, 203 2d. I 

Bliss Charles A, lab, res 720 Mulberry. ! 
. Bliss Francis Ej, wood wkf.res 022 Center. 
. Bliss Frederick! M, conductor, res 1)44 18th. 
Bliss Goorge S, student Highland Pk Col- 
lege. I 
Bliss Sadie L, operator W U Tel Co, bdk 
,' 023 e Grand ave. ; 

. Blixt Alice, bk binder Watters-Talbott 
Printing Co, rms 514 8th. 

Blochman Frederick, lab, bds 118 Des 
Moines. | 

Block Abraham (Block & Hey man), res At- 
lantic, la. 

Block Dora, domestic Savery House. 
< Block Louis, removed to Kellogg, la. , 
: Block Louis, coachman 1221 Locust. 

Block Morris, trav agt, rms 20(i 4th. 

Blocjk & Heyman (Abraham Block, Henry 
Heyman), clothing 225 4th. ' i 

Blodgett Anna, domestic 1344 e Walnut. 

Blood Edwin F, res 8th, s£ cor Park. 

Blood William, pressman N W Holiness 
Pub Co, res 514 8th. 



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. Bloom CI aries, motq -main D M St L 



Grand aj\ 



Bloom Gt [stave, teamstorj bcls 420 e 

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50i,3dJ res 81 



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Grand 
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Bloom Henry, grocer 50J ,3d J res 81(1 2d.| 
Bloom Herman H, elk Henry Bloom rL 
810 2:1. i "' s 

Bloom Jo in, ' lab, C St P "& K'C Ry, res 505 

e so f th. • ;, 

Bloom J. K, agt EqultaDle Life Assurance 

Society, res Cedr r Rapids, la. 
Bloom Peter A, elk- Younker Bros, res 1410 

e Grajnd ave. 
Bloomberg Ida, dobiestic 909 Centejr 
Bloomer Thomas W, horseshoer 3JI-J 8th 

res 841 same. ■ 

Bloomfield Coal ana Mirilng 



Co, 

Sec, Charles S i\\ 



ohn Wilpoh Pres, 



orthTrejas and 
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A VS 



elson 
Mngr, 



right- 



319 4th and 400 b Walnut. 
1 top earner ear as. 
Blbomfield Dairyj McKoweri & ^ilson 

' prop^, Clifton ave, nrs city limits! 
Bloss Inary, domestic , res 923 Center. 
Blbtcky Bros (Joseph arid St ul), wipl no- 
tions, 310 Court ive, 
Blotcky Harry (Blotcky & Son), res 325 e 

7th - 1 i » 'i r- 

Blotcky Isaac, wks Blotcky Bros, res 1020 

- e«th! -I jj.< 

Blotcky Jacob (Blbtcky & Son), res 200 

e Walnut, ] . ' j 

Blotcky Joseph (Blblcky Bros), res 1020 e ■ 

; cth. ; ', i ■[ ■ 

Blotcky ^aul (Blotcky Bros),<res Shell™, la.' 
Blotcky £ Son (Jacob & Harry )]H dry 

goods, 200 e Walnut. ] '• 
Bltidgate William, lab International Malt 
. Co, res 1008 e Allen. 

Blue Line Transfer Co, Smlrt & 

Williams propn, Moving Pianos Safes . 
and Household Goods; Heavy Machin- 
ery, etc. Telephone 138. 30^ 5th. 
(See index to aihts.) \ .' 

Blue William, wks (fetchell & Martipi bds 
113 8th. 

Bluff Park, from P^rk to State, bef 2i 
and 25th. 

Bly Elizabeth (wid Abraham), res nw* 
23 (LT). j 

Bly Hattie S, poultry, res riw % sec 

! T) " j J ' ' 

Bly Henry, driver ]J. P;Hawes, befs 914 

Walnut. 

Bly Josie, student Cillanan College 



Blyler Frank; 

Court, res 818 e^ 
Blyler Frederick E 

Co, res 822 e" 13tp 1 
Blyler Jonathan, real 

ave. ! 



Show, Colon Poster 




M 
14 sec 

23, (L 



F, clerk Municipal 
3th. . ' ' ' 

driver McNul 



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estate, res 522 e Grand 



Olsen-Welcn Ptg. Co., 

i 513 Mulberry. 
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lab, rms 113 Desjiyiojines. 
Jeslimrun,; congregatidn , (Hebrew* 
nagej^ue), 8th, sw car) Pleasant. 
Ella,! seamstress M E £)|riscoll, wks 

Judll 



St. J jJseph, Mo., 

113 Wirt. 1:1,5^ 5*i Xohw.U. 



i pEi3' MOINES t Ty|blEECTOp.Y. 



Ernes 
Louisa 
dbon 



H, lab, tms 513 5^1. 
, lab,; res HHKRatjcodn. 
(wid Christian , res 



10(1 Rac 
eo Blacl 



wa 



Charley if, ^i 
Jiamoi^ Cjoal and Miiipg jg'o, re 
{32 (kll ave. (Set: mcAj -rJkj t a?i, 
hdex /' a this). «' 

B,qif*ight Spah, (wid James), |res ; Brown's! 

' \\| Iditioy ,# i L ■"' [•! " 5 

Bbjitv right Ambrose, wks Liverpool' and Dl 

V Packing Co. r J 'I, I /| , '; 

: BohtvSright Ambers, lab, res n s Hbsick, 2di 

*s di DufcK ave. i ; j - ,, • 

Bo >ele Carr e C; midwife, res 1122 Penna ; 

Boer* Haii«, carpetwvr, lip JPejnna aye 
Bo jo Moses, brickmkr.j res M)$ 
' Bo )zi i CJiHi toph, lab, » b$s s s 



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k { 'eter, |ernovedto; Ornaha.j Njsb. 
kinthien Frederick, enjgineer.C R I & P 
}{\, rest fit 2 je so 7th. ■ H 



e so 4th 
Bdaver rd, ' 



:kijis H^iiry, driver C t )p West, ' bds \ 
NMrth Bqth (NoursdFailrn), ■ ■ ■' 

Boda :mma, 



domestic 11051 e Walnut 



| Boied Jamejs carp, res; }12tl e( 

Bocjer ieim|r Jacob I, clothing, 

Wan.. : . i ■ | '..'■■' 

[Botiir Albert, billiards 1 
, J-e; 1 OB i Court ave. " 
Boclll^r Ancre,w, elk, res 10< 
Boehle r Anr a , /domestic 523 
BoehUp Qbaj es A, |res"U00 e 
Boehi 



Char esiF, jmotorman 
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Court ave. 





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Hanafactnren of 

GRADE FLOUR 

551 



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fcf Si Ry, 



aret -[wid, Charj^),i'ire,s 910 



as, conductor {( 
lotel ILbgan. 

Eivaline, res 



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s Iv | Vi sec 18, 



pear 1 * j, j trea'surkr Ipjva Nat 
and % ?an 'Assn.l res S|iefn4ijc 

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Mh; Nellie, r ( es4l.ptli. 



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;s| 'Ma" 
:liwartj 
(^eor| 
<Cojib!l 
3hnli 
finc^e Co, ijes 71^ 17th. . 



bds (10 High, 
res Spri 



gjjC, pres ^pridber kuiomatic 
laj^op'drCo, re^71J 17tl. 
pog!!? Johnl;4'adst!sec Io\V^ Fire 



Build- 
rjdoa.h,Ia. 
elevatorj boy pajv^ry "' 

saleslady, SUi 



lab; res 820 fleas in 
G, carp) res Dean av« 



House, 
rUcm & 



177 



SJCEBS YOU WANT THE BEST. 

W. Fourths f. 4ti$ ■£. Walnut St 2 





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n fhomas, c(|>hduc 6i, res 51 J) Locust. ^ «■• 



idspV Hotel. 



Sflcrist, re»,100o JJJ 

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Bjohe 

B^oiai Ejrnest F, l|ab J JK 
]^atcoon 

fioicB Hpn Horace 

owi, bcls Saver y 1^6^ 

Bbig^ Gsrtip; domestic 
Bplaid Albert, cot>k Wi 
Bjlaid ^ayme, /student 
lege ;■-*'■■ ' ■. . 

B61d2n Albert L (coTd), 

Chestnut. "^ 

Bold rickj Richard Hf, carp, 
Bple- Wm,L, fore nan l) j^X 

1441 .Grand ave: 

B<Wiiiger|Effie, stuc ent I 
[ (Zolilege, res lfel5 

olinger Henry E, grocer 
j Wocidave, sw cor 2!lthV |" ' 
oiler Alfred, pair ter, rep "j]2 e Grand ave 
oiler Amelia (wicjacol;)* 

' f ve ' ' i- - J ■ I 

idWr jihn, gasfi r d W Fowler, res 212 

a (fend aye. 
ler (Tieddore, Igasfitr 

212 € Gtandafe. 
Irtia'n Christian) F, baker, res 1505 IVlul- 

^ fan- i 

3cjloi Rcbett C, sec and treas Capital City 
s 'Watch Repairing and Engraving Co, i 
j rtas$29>th ave.\ : ' '", a 

! Bdlstbr William, h.b, res 12^1 e Court aW 5* v 
: 3cjltdn Jdhn ! B, carp, rek 782 Oak * ■••■ + 



S3 

Highland Pk£ol- 5 CL 

fiOok, res 117r\(D 
• ; O (l| 

res 8(54 21st. 2 5 
Union Ry, resT 2«. 

J ! . y ■: '3 

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.1215 25th, ires 

and ave. 
res 212 e Grand 

Fowler, res 212 

''•■' • '.■ ■ 

C W Fowler,, res 



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Go, n;s OI81/2 13th. 
$o)|on Bros (Leander ai^d 
ware, 524 e Locust; 



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Udltep Rtinhardt, lpholstr LHarbach f |'res "*'co 
784 Oak! \ \ ■ ■ M' ^; *E 

Bojten Willi4m; foreman ila Staats 'An- jg! m 
ll z jiger,' fjns 78-i ' Oak. j ; a, SjO 

[Joltp:! Arm E, dressmkr, res 918^ 10th. Sf 2 

Boao;i Cirrie, wk«; H Pirnieiee Libifary 2? -« 




on Mrs Ejvan.lM: 

on HDmer, elk 

Penn;i ave; 

ton 'John, setter 

r<y JKJ2 b 0th 

(;on Kittie G, ell 

bds '» 8i? 2 lOtn. 

dp Laphe K, cl 

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res «') 



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Lewis), hard-^p;E 

' cp£2 



Bolton jlpros, res ,513 




enna ave. hk 

la Pipe and Tile Co, ^ g^ 
Dr \M S |H Matthews, '• °" 



c Boltqn Bros, res 1304 

1 13 



i 8AVERY HOUSE. 




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A C IVI t W UA L V* V ■ j f Delivery aijd Full [Weight Guaraifi 

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913 WEST WALNUT. 



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C. L, DAHLBEffG & CO., 

STENOGRAPHERS 

i 
AND DEALERS IN 

Remington Typewriters 



TY blJjECTOKly 



Boltun Leander (Bolton Bros), res7l0e">th. 
-^ ^ Bolton Lewis ^Bolton Bros), res lliOl Capi 

00 K toi. 

^ (3 Bolton Lottie K, opr Diamond Suspender 

[ m • Co, res 018U 10th. < * 

Ca ^ Bolton Ross II, with R L Polk & Co, bils 

^J^ The Kirkwood. ! 

— { ' Corner Bros (J E and ¥ A Bomer), build- 
■£2 t'fs I l«>:t l!>th. ' 

5 Bomer Kben I', carp, res 25th, nw icor 
^m Cottage Grdye ave. 

2 Bomer Francis A, carp-, res 1158 ISth. 
CI» Bomer John F (Bomer Bros), res 1111 
. ,■ Cottage Grove ave 

■^J Bomer Joseph E (Homer Bros), res I Hi:! 
10th. 
■ ""* Bonbright Charles H, elk Ainsworth & 
Bonbright, 
••Bonbright John S (Ainsworth & Bon- 
*\3k3k l""ighO. rt ' s K>0O l 22nd. 

• r w Bond Alfred H jr, elk Harris-Emery Co,, 
/W res 10 10 Kith. ' 

• \^\ Bond Anna, domestic 717 4th. . ( 

Bond Annie E, student Iowa Business 

College, rms 53S (>th.' 
Bond Charles, rms Hi Hi Crocker. 
Bond Edward II, student I) M. College, 
^. rms 1725 Oth. 

Vd Bond Eannie(wid Alfred II). res 1010 Hith 

Bond Fannie E, elk, res 1010 Kith. 
^ Bond Grace C, elk S II Worcester, res 10 10 
#►■* Kith. 

f^ Bond Henry C, lab I) M Pottery, res (KM) e 
' ^"* so 10th. 

Bond lames W, lamp lighter, res (510 e so 

i>th. ■ I 

Bond Matilda (wid George! F), res (508 e so 

f^ r>th. 

*P"* Bond Ralph, student Iowa Business 
\1V .College, res i:::!7 7th. 
%t Bone Charles S, music teacher 320 5th. 

*^* -Boftham Emily N, elk F A Duncan, res 

MX *Tv:m. 

Bonhart George, fireman C St P .& K C 

Ey, rms foot 11th. 
Bonnell Ursula A (wid Joseph), res 1404 e 

Oth. 
Bonner Amanda Mrs, res 710 13th. 

Bonnifield Wilson S (Bonnifield &• Robin- 

fejK son), res 1312 York. . 




Hawkeye Steam 



BOT 



wnpt 
teedj. 



Bonnifield & Robinston (Wilson S Bonni- 
field. J E Robinson), carps, 1312 Yorjk 
andU4U!J Filmoie 1 

Bonifon iRestfiqrant, Harry J Wi] 
son Propr,, 800 'Locust. 

Bq xly Georjje A, cojm trav, 1412 Kiih. . 

B(X>r A J, agt EquitdbljiJ l<ife Ins society; 
res Hunjboldt, ja.f . ti 

Boose John.}!, lab, res' 500 e 3d. , , 

Bobth Edmund E, \vk<f D M Soap 'Works 
res 715 'M. [ ' '« | : \ 

Booth George E, removed to Boone, la. 

Booth William E, trav agt, rms. 10J0 Lo- 
cust. . , 

Booth William M, bkpr Scofield, Slurmer 
& Teagle, res ll|)l Locust. 

Booton John 1 ; 6, printer Daily la Capital, 



res 1 108 



12th. 



s m 



Booton Josie, printer, res 1223 lljth, 
Bcoton Samantha (wid Wm D), ; |re: 

11th. 1 I ". 

Bcjoton Wesley L pressman Carter [i 

Hussey, res P> 13,1 2th. 



Be quet II Clemen 



I 



res 1305 23d. 



Bqrdewine Frederick, wks Scoville Ifium 

e J)tii. 



Be stwick Jane (wid Willi ;im),rms 1440-D<b 

der J W Shack - , 



b- 



ing Co, res 135i 
Brirg John, ifms (530 
Bcjrg John, Fab, res 
Burg SelmaJ domes 
Bdrgenson Andrew, ! carp 
Bcjrgeson Andrew, dairyman, .res \v s Lai 

1 ave, 4th| n of Russell 
Bcjrgman Chris, wk 

High. I : 
Bqrre Nelson H, janitor, 
Bbrton Harry W, printer la Printing C{>, 

bds HO.") Monrop. 
Be r ton Maggie, wks DM 

Monroe., / 

Beston Louise, elk M Silverman Bros, nfs 

i 2PI Des Aloines 
licston Store, notions, (iK 



e'2d. 

i:f()8 Walnut. 
,(id 82]> "ith. 

res 70.1 Pith 
1 an, res \v s I 

DM JtRR'Co.resK 

re^ 154,0 Lyon 
r la Printing ( 

L,aundry,res .'! 

lerman I 

Waliiut. 



Thomas J), bd^ 




;; Moines 
Be swell dtforg'e.bricjk mo 

ford, res Eaton pi 
Bosworth Adelin^- |(wid 

i:{:;5 e ;uh. 

Bosworth S A (wid Augustus), rms 553 tit! 

'■ ave. I 1 , ■ 

Bqtkin Abraham H, carrier P O, res i:i:j'J 

i e Walnut. j / [', 

Bqtkin Margaret J (wid Revjesse), res UV^ 

;: 7th. ■ ' ' •• ■ 

Bqtsford Dora, dress mkr.res 1022 Crocket 
Bqtsford G H, novelty goods, etc,012Wa3- 

;■; nut, res same. j ■ ! 

Bcittenfield Harry, harneisrakr D M'Sad- 

! dleryCo, res i:«(> 2^ h. ,1 ! 

Bdtten field Jane.boarding house 1320 'M. 
Bdttenfield josepji ID, printer Cheshiije 
Biros, res 1327 27th. 

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118 Fourth St.. 

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,G. H. Ragsdale & Co., Props. 




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entitle 



sity, 
Bptietifu 

7 Nor 
Bottlinge 
Bottsmldy 



Bciu 



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res V 
Id 



yman S, prof (Drake Uniyer 1 

1303 ~7th. ' i !■ - ' 

Wllliarn H (Day & Co), 2324 

res 132^5 28th; ' ' 

- (jieorge, barber 305^ e Walnut! 

Thomas <H, hfrnessmkr Wm' ]£ 



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;her 

toll 
Bou slier 

lege 
BoiHew) 
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[3ou<lew)|n-« 
jKlnf 



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bds ]115Ld(;ust. | 
Florence, student! Hjdhland Pk 

Milter, student 



r [ ii' 1. 

Highland 



Pk Col« 



ri< Alfred', plumper; ^es 1351 e 9th; 
nq Andrew, lab, ires 1351 e Oth. 

yjks \D M Brick 



arles Fj, 
j (to, res 1351 b 
IJouflew} ns Frank J (Smith '& (Boudewyns), 
j-es .110 Walnut 

nq Mary, seamstress Yo linger 
" " "ave. 1 1 



res 312 Grand 
ns Peter, farmer, -^ |s 40th, n 
ermamfoad.; j- ■)' ,\ ;. ...';. 

1, lab, res 21.1 e Ctrancj ave 
Jetirie, domestic 1302"e 13th 



of 



l3oii<)ewj 
[ .Bros 

3oul|er pajvi 

3ou$lon . 

3ou|ne Ec.wjn F, c^snr 

es 1337 7th 
Jouifeid George W, bkprJ resj 1337 7th 
Joiitpri J R, stifdent Hig llafid' Pk College^ 
Jovt n Am i, elk, 504 e iJ 0Hi r 
Stiver laco >, moved to YanfMe'ter, la, 



U.S Express Co, 



3ov^yJa|m|"s, res 1004 1 )thj 



JdWden, Ut' f tf/iv. 
l3o\vjlen lames N.coqtrajjtpr, 
[3o\y|iish Albert, moved t 
3o\v|jlish George H, janiti 
HSowfdish Mrs Sarah, re,s 
f 3o\vaish I] lilo • W, 4ri 



es N, qr 15th. 



inie P, rqs 

njjami 

/qial College, 



res 1121 eOtli; 

Plbakantville.Ia: 

r,re|s|)041 School j 

chool. ■[] 

A; CampbelL 



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0.047 h. 'j 

,Propr Peoples} 
res eg Searle, 1st 

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]o\v& Mrs 

Boii/er. jd 
'j Com me 
| < of \. 

■Jo-wen 1 Cahin v-i siug 
:.ity, rel I3()j)25tji 
3o\\rnC(ha|les',.' elk The 1 

iesJOtH, 'secojr Croclcdr: 
ISovren tCromWeljl, Lawyer, 

Lourtgtjrman Blk; r*es 940 &nd. 
3o\vin EkUtp* ^ (Bowep, Regur & Cc)), 
]4th. 



in Ci studeri : Drake ,Univer«, 
Bradstreet Co,* 



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A, 1 driver University Ste — ' 

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Wtn HmiF, lab, res A of Highland 

Uoliie 3 ; I; '■ 1. .'. |:[: ■ \ 
$o\Vtjn M^ji A, stenog, re«; e si JBearle, b|et 



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las, driver, -cs, 13-^4 Walker. 

Regur fr Co ! (Edwin L 
I Wir^pelcf S I^egur, Hira|m 



j), Graik ibealers, 502 la' Lpi n \ 



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BUILDING BRiCK. 




WRITING N ACHINE. 

M0INE5 TYPEWRITER CO,, 

F.ou|thj St., 

'wPagk 11,8. \ DES WOINES, IOWA. 



lower 
ower 

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owers 
ower: ; 



Marqua dt B(k 



pari, pa 

hirles 



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Jacob C, 
Margaret 
)2 Grand 
Pearl, jlressmkr, rms 



Irds ll.|:(> e 12th. l 

P(\v]fl William' H], res 



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Hrc'oacKman 802'5t'i 
vid Alexander), res 1005 



powers Diat|a ( 
Lccust. 
ower; nFrai ill, cook Aborn House, 
ower;; Jam ^s E elk Liang Bros, re)s 784 

..; io hj 1 ■"! ■ .].,-■ ; 

owen'Johr .switchman C|R I & P Ry.res 

114 d so :5th 
6w;erj Johi G, janijtor 

/res' '/84 10tli. 
owers I 

cor ij'ark la. 

[Howen Qtella, r»s 40B - rT 

il lowers -Mat;lda| domestic' 00 e Court aye. 
powers) Wi lis A (Bower; . & Newman), 



jibwmaa Anhl^, lomeslic^)20 18th 



Irving School^ 

ittije, ^omes't|ic , prand avO, sw 

e $6 8th. 



Fowms 
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res 14th and Cour^jave. 
6owkei' Aug istaj remo\'edjto Omaha, Neb. 

Elowler fi M con trav, bdsS Savery House. 
Bowles Pprr / 0, carp; 824| 0th. j ! » 

^owlin Benfarriin, brick! yr Bonnifield & ' 
Rpbipsc»n, r<:s Sentcai ave, sw cor 8th. 
owlin Jame$ A, switchman D M 6; If C 

% bds'110 7th 
owlm Mary, d^me^ticj 1214 >7th. 
Bowlip * Ella, 'dqniestic 1327 0th 






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r:ML salesnan J L Thornton, L 



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^owrtianl Dc 'f .b'risjs^, General (Sped- >/* 



lAgeni: (fo - Iowa 
.L^fp Inturarice jCc 

3d. i {See left s'de lines and 
Fly\H.)\ 



the Washington r. . 
2 Rollins Bjk, res* &3 
froAt § O 



Oor. Sixth Are, 
End ValmtSt., 

Closing ^ { 



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owmai.Jariieji G, printer Iowa Stat$ jRe£ - H f-»- 

fstdr. re< .12ir> Day. I l! 2 « 

owrr|ai John M; girp 1 tr,es Bluff, ne^olrj! 
; (North..!-- ■ v r ; : ' j ! ' ''-1 

|ownia i J ttj; studiEint H' gliland Pk College. * 
i owrria i ijernen 5 - lab, res JO20 High. ' : , 
ijbwman liemu|e] J, w<s R L Polk!& Co, 
bdej H^l ^WganL 



4// Work Performed ^4 
by. the Hott Im- 
proved Methods. 



E, D. Janes & Co,, 



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Cement Pavers aid Gen'l Con raptors; 

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DKS MOINES OITVdIKE 



«f Des Moines Piano Co 

(Incorporated.) I 

Knabe, Rice-Hinze, Sctiaeifer 

f And Other Pianos. , r 

All Kinds of Musical Merchandise!, 

407 \V. Walnut St., ' 

\ Opposite Kirk wood House., 



Bowman Martin TV, Manager 
Washington Life Insurance Co, j2 Rpl-' 
lins Blk, <bver Iowa National Batik, res 
217 School. {S.y cnrd /V/orc, l'{ft s\dc 
lines and front Fly If.) j 




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Washington Life Ins. Co; of I Y. Assets $(2,0 )0,(M 

Their policies are eaiily 
defined: They are mu-tor- 
feituble : they are un •estijict- 
ed as to resilience ami travel 
. after i years*: they are imjon- 
testable after "2 yeai>; fJii'V 
i are secured byan invested re- 
serve; they are solidly back- 
Jed by bonds and niortya^es, 
tt ist 1 ier. s on real es tate ; they 
are safer than railrojid secu- 
rities; they are not hfTeilLed 
by the stock market : they 
are better paying investments than V S. jbojit 
they are less expensive than assessment certjiicuit 
tliey are more liberal than the law require^; thl-y 
areiletinitecotitracts; they contain iruarantejed j/ash 
surrender value? for the full reserve; they make 
immediate settlement of ail claims. Hi. Tj V. 
Iloivmaii, JVIkiur lor Iowa. Office over Iowa 
!s'at. Hank, 4th and Walnut sts. Good Agts Wanted. 

—I 



Bowman Mary K, domestic 81!) 7th. 
Bowman Matiilda, domestic 1310 Woodland 

ave. | 

Bowmer David M (col'd), janitor, res 033 

12th. 
Bowmer John (col'd), lab, bds 033 1'Jjtb. 
Boxheimer Frederick, gardener, res 1 (IS s 

Madison.' J 

Boyce Arthur,. painter, res 1110 3d. 
Bovce A Richards, weighmaster C R I & P 

' Ry, res ljl 43 3d. 
Boyce Bowdisjh L, carp, rms 8-11 -8th. 
Boyd Block, 5th, so e cor Locust. 
Boyd Charles ij. despatcher C R I & I] Ry, 

' rms (HH) 1th. 
Boyd Ida L, milliner J L Mason, bds 1001 

Walnut, i ^ 
Boyd James ij wks D M Brick Mnfg Co, 

' res n of C R I A V Ry, w of 2SJh. 
Boyd James M (J M Boyd & Co], res 

(ith ave, s'w cor Mulberry. 
Boyd James \Y, agent Singer Mnfg C( , res 
C^ OSl 21th. 

Bovd John M, baker T I loare, bds 1 1 1!) ph. 
Boyd Rev Joscjph, rjs 11 10 High. 



ITQKY. 



Boyd Jcshua A 



BRA 



, pi isterer,, res 1 18,} w 8th. 
& Co (James M andiWrn 



d), 1 Grocers, 100 (itn. I 



Boyle 



Boyd 

| J3o£ 
13oyd Livina (wid Adam), res 1 081 2 ith. 
Boyd Ljwis, barber, rms 30(1 je 5th. 
Boyd "Nelson, 1 farmer, i]es 4033 e Walnut. 
Bjoyd Tliomas, res 412 Locust. 
'Ijjoycl Wm (J M Boydj& Co) res (ith, sw 

cor Mujlberry. ,- ; I 

'Boyd Wm jr, elk J M Boyd& Co, res Oth, 
( sw cor Mulberry. !| ' 

Boyfcf Edward, po:ter, res $47 3d. 
Boyer Anna M, domestic 104J7 w 10th. 
Boyer Hessie Miss-, removed to Guthrie, la, 



!e James W, 
Noveljy and 1 
Des .Moines. 



J A Boyer, res 

[ i 

Good Lu:kShoe 
104510th. (&e 



D M St 



Boyer Fire 1 A, salesman 
10 5 1Hh 

Boye r J Dhn Tt, Propr 
Stt re, 318<)th ave, res 
• It'/' />o '/our lint's.) 

Boy Ian John M, motor man 

res 10(2 5th, 
Boyle Abraham, driver Mujpger's 

res J 2 2 Des Moines. 
Boyle B F student Highlajiid Pk College. 
Boyle Kdward, wks Wiqk's Pottery 

nw cor Crocker 
Boyle l*rank W, contractor, res 024 



y. 



RCo, 

i,undry, 

lege, 
res lid 



Center, 
machinist, la 1 Machine 



Brass Works, rest 



Y.Yttc 



Boyle Join , driver D M Mfg,& Sppply Co, 

res 1000 M 
Boyle JohkF, cojeper, res "f»l(i e Elm. 
Boyle Marjaret, student Highland J^k Coll- 

1 egt:. 
Boyle Marly,, nurst, res 



ll-ijn-'Des , (Moines. 
sw cor 



Boyle Mary A> dbmesuc, [Brooks 

I8t:i. j ■ "I , ,'■ 

BoyleTeter, lab] res lCOOjad. 
IBcvyle Ivicnard, lab, res; ■ \\YM Des 



VIoines. 



Boyle IV il iam H" (Guthrie & Bojle), res 

010 Walker. 
Boylen A [, studeht Highland Pk'pollege, 

rms 3; {83 3rd. 
Boylen D^ra, drsssmkr Lena Storehow, 

res 11 OHigh. J . 

Boylen Sylvesjter S, wks f WesteJ-ij White 

Bronze Co, res 1110 High. 
Boyles Joel A, student Io>va B^^incas 

j College, rms 014 Walnut. 
Boyles Joseph A, >tuderit, |rms 4.'v0 |8th 

Boyn 



■ Co art 



Boyt J 
fill 
,Boyt \\ 
Brabril 
Braceli 



jhn, bkpr 
.(>Mh'. 

alter, trav 



n Patrick 



Granc 



Bracew 
ma 



The W. L 



Douglas' Are s f ,d ^ 00d 

Advertised Shoes. at tho Shoe 



Jo 



to i Edgar J; DepTreas Polk 



House, 



in, carp, res 322 Raccoon. 






William E, butcher A fV Lay- 
res 010 (ith. 



Xlu&c 
St)re 



ave. 



,»» 



J. 



res 1024 15th. 

D M Saddlery to, res 

agt, bds 1420 4tl 



cC6, 



T, miner, res 



llilO.e 



318 tyh Ave., 

.A. Boyer 



I ; il 




I i 



JracketfFldA(Braciett& Crousaz), rei 

| oifli§h. •: \r < ,« w 4 ; ' r 

ferqc<et| 4-s Harriet 1 , diefl jMjfiy 8th, 18S 



Ij 3rac<et Vlflton.J(Wy 



.01 



RraUf )rd 
liradf >rd 



h 



I' 



30 



phronia 



14001 Buch-n 

^rlaifci^dl Miles, jPres.iipwa' Mutual 

Tornado Assn, [res* Washington, la.* 
( . j>'< •< ■ £/' ;v ' ''side liyh. \* 

RclUrt, die<jl July 30thi 1S')L 



Bfa^le^y- S-usi 



Bl 



, mh , ... 1 1 

MleMViLliam.rem 

Mo. 

liraqMe / 1' 



Btadley Ltic| .(coi'd),' tiomijsti: « 
'« Moines. ■> j , ' ■ : j." ■ :' i ;■ 
B jadley Mai a elk Lang Bros res <H 
Bdadleyr Sarpiel, frav- agt.fticWs !& 



e, elk JiarrjisrEmery 



] Jracketf <£j| Crousaz .(Frkd A Bracket*, 
Lqws ft Crousaz) upholsterers, 81" 
Grajid ave. ' ! : i 1 -jj 

$rac|rie^ I^red J$ t stjmog Farmers' Al< 
. ante a hd Industrial Union, ims 20C 

W F :■■■!!, . ,,..'. 

lln.dey GetArge M, feamkter, res 143527th,' 
: lto d( :n Tnajjnas R, .jr^^ve^l .to'Oregon 
F iTcdlielc. 

bracjford 

Inidforcl 
* • toanan 
Ejradf jrd 
la lan 



oines Fire 



BEA 



I 



cker. , 



coff 




DES MOINES 01 

-tt — : — 'r^, 



2f 

^ Bjracljett), rei; 



io mas R, remdved to'Oregon. 
F T, student! (Highland TPk Col- 

1 ' ] " I '" • " • I ■ ■ '> 

Isittie (wirltjo^n), res 1003 Wasbr 

i i ii ' i ■ ! '.'.<■ 

■Auis (colM)' lab, "i!es 1400 £u| 
Martha (fccjl'd), res 



(dol'd^, (domestic 513;, 



It: L<j>pis 
radi.'h \p lil elk RetfheadJ JNor on,! Lath-* 
npi&C.:, rck l(38n,mij. ' 
Hlradiih jchn GL blior HarrikEJmefy Co, A , 

Brad 



res 013 Des* 



•ad!<h John Ii (Balljsy! &/ Bra dish), bds^ 

,7:!i;fcj. ., :■.. t,!r .pr-..;'! ■ ^ 

Bfridish ^.eo-arc.i elk Star Electric Co.Vres 

:w : p.].' 1- ,, ■■|i. ■ • "' ' J ' ■ 

Bj-adU y Alvin (col'dj, llab, 

Moines. ' '. :. ' j ; ( ' , ,. , . ... 

Dj-adky Arrii L leacher GrapV 5phooi,!' 
^ re|5 ! f^0-l")tb. ' | 1 • " !■ -'*"[ • ' ■' 
; " /Benjamin, res U47 8th. 

B; adlty €e^i , elk Lederer, StraiJss & Coi'A 
■'[ re ^ 04 2 lith. .. j 1 1 ■ v • 1 -■'■' 

Bfadlty Q y! - ; is- H, pedler, res 2- Nelson > 

B'|adley Frank, pri'nte'k j-es ; G12 Miti. , 
Bradley H S trav agtCafeta icfo Nurser 
mi res^ftiswold JslI 

3; Eies ! 



Best Stock In 



the 



!% 



Nd.i218 



9 



'ad" 

f 



Bi 



eat Fiiurtii Street. 



Was 

r — 3 

Blradshiivl R , Edward, Jnver Lang I ros, 3 
, 1 res 845 lOtjli !■ . ] ; ! ; •- J ® 

E Wdct^et j Co ( The)? Mercantile E 

Ag^cy, jMi rj: WifW Supt. 20^204 I. (0 

la Lo&n an^l Trust Bldg. ' . 1 i : 

,dway [|onatnah ( farmer; Grand ave^ W*m 

pw cdr 'Parfyllf ' " t • If 

B:idwa7'^h^odore, re: Grand ave„ nw- 

cor fyrklla; 
Bitdway : WilWrd (Braflway, & Son),' res 

190)1 Cbtta^d Grovd ave. [ )• 

iB^vvay Willard-If (Briidivaiy & Son) ■ res 



1 fM)J Cptja^e ; Grove i ave 
Villarc 
idians,|]||r"" 
Bjidy k ."JtVji/^ prddy. 
I3iady Becxj'ard.i ikb, res f 122 e Court av^e. 
Bi)4dy E^^ard.ii^l), od^ 422 e Court aye: 



1 * ■"'.■ 
ip|v^d to kanka^sCity, 




^14th. * 

She^ »' 



Co, res ' 



ipm C, traviagt j J F Seiber- f 
rps 21)15 Bralttle|)orp ii^e. 
IppphTJj'c^rb.'Ws 112| fratik-!; 

et^dtiye, 







.3r:i 
.3rn 



3r 



I 



■ ' ■ ' i I 

f||) # Solid, Sale and Succe' 



biRKCTOipl tBEjiA 



dwaj &js)6n1(iwillard and Willard F): 
phyiidans.'lim, Cottage Grove ave. 
dv,. r ' -" • 



3r;ifford 



sful 

(SeeAdTt.) 



urnilure, Gurtaios and Rugs, f a 




181 






* 



Darby Gill, ^ds 



in i 
ill, 




Bi|f dy.Js kes E, butcher 

JLogii} Hougf. • ,. i 

Bicdy James E, trav agt Esterley Harvest- 
■:; jpg Machine Co, red Cascade, la. j 
Br|a|dy J; r^es G, dtiver Darby Gill, res '112 

.2nd.., Tij , -„__ 

Brtid> Kate, bdgh, 107 7th. :• FM 

BrGdyMrs.Mary.'lpds 205 Vine. (. BWP 

Bf^jdy Michael W^enginejer.reslol.'J Grind J*T% 

Br My pilip, lau^d, res, 010 Oth. , 

Bridy PiiMp, labbres 331 e"5th. 

Briio^y Rjsi^, domestic 13 K) Capitol dve. 

34,4y W K S, ; a^t Minnesota Thresher-' 

Mnf i? Co, 2|2ifa.Loan '& Trust Bldg, , 
bds, , ;O0 4lh. , j f I. • ■■ ^ M K |l 

3r^ord Jacob, r^ 010 Grand ave. 



Samuel! 



kb, rel 12^1 e Fremont. 



I 4gd«?^i Edviri CJ 'Dairy, 107^ lith :* 
Briigdpn Joshua; ;]*,- teabster Roddewig-%1 
.,j Scbp idt Factory, b4si 13th and Laurel. •• . 
.3r;ig(don fuHa Mj{ivid Jorjasjjres 1078 1.1th. ^1 ' 
3rjiggCiarlesN, drivelrlProuty (&P--attH ^ 

1 Co, imsr>08^rd. ' ' 1 !?-■ T 2 

Jg Ec gar R, ibkrber, Ms 311 8th. j *0 

gg Frederick, 1 ! brickhr JBonnifielcfl &C0 ' 

RobiiW res; 1015 e Hit. i 1 H IS) 

3rB gg qcorge A, tes-^O IfJth 'ave., i 31 © 

iRglaiiea^C, Waurait, 310 8th, res m 6) 

ii8tH. ' :[ ! > w 

B4r)amay;Maryt domestic! l£21 Locusli 



-izzie, dcimesiic 




75018th. 



infield Tilden f 

4/J :'Knir^n 1 



Golden RJule Clothing ^ouse, 

D. M. Johnson & Son. 



182 



BRA 



F n<$ Clbihiers, Haters 
ind fufnishersi 

61V Wlntii St. S (See Ad^ts.) 



PES MOINES CITY DIRKC'.'ORt 




Z 

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< 
0- 

. ft 



-The Smith Premier Typewriter 



FnibodltK Ui<- lort Pro-ro«Htv« 
ITIecliaiilfal Prlm-Ii'le*. !" lei ir e * 
ihe <'riti<-al Bin-lm*** a"«l I'rolew- 
eioiial Man.' s<ii<I loi* « atalo^iiiJ, 
^ or call at ojir ofllcc. 

Smith Premier Typewriter Cjo., 

210 WEST FIFTH STREET. 




Brain Delia, domestic 10:>7 !>th. 
Brainaitd Don C,V Fres and Treis Re- 
view Publishing Co. res lOlSAHing- 

ton ave. ' I . 

Brainard Mary L (wid Daniel P), res;8U 

UUh - , w ,iTr ' 

^Brainiff James, mess boy W U 1C o ^ 

. Braithwaite Marv, dressmkr, bds 10(1 J >th. 
! Bramhall John A, draughtsman D M Mnfg 
'& Supply Co, res (>2(> Lyon. 
Bramhall Julia (\vid John), res (>2l> Lyon. , 
Bramson Hvmen (.Ornsky & Hramso.n). rus 
I IT) e Walnut, | \ ' 

Branch Winifred, student Highland P^ 

College. 
Brand Mrs Adele E, res 211 10th. 
li'randes August W, wks Newman 

' res I?'*'? Des Moines. 
Brandes Willjam, lab Newman Btfos, res 

\7.M Des Moines. 
Brandon Mrs Maria, res 7.1' '» 10th'. 

Brandt Kmos W, Auditor 
Co, Court House, res 12*2-1 e 



Bros 



< S 

> 4- 
UJ *= 

CD ^2 

Si 
?•-- 

X GO 

Be 



ave 



Polk 



Grand 
h ave, 



s Grant 



ave. 
office 
(i Grand 



-I 
< 

O 
O 



Brandt Andrew P, lab, res Wabas 

nw cor English. . 
Brandt August, lab, res !!177 e 0th. 
Brandt Edward, lab D M St Ky, re 

Brandt Guv M, elk Auditor Polk Cb, office 
Court House, res 1224 e Grand 

Brandt Isaac, . Postmaster, 
2 Government Bldg, res 120 

i 

Brandt Olive C, sec Isaac Brandt, res 1201 

e. Grand ave. 
Brandt William K, restaurant K50, Grand 

ave, res same. 
Brandtman Elizabeth, teacher 

. School, res !H :5 Walker 
Brandtman Lawrence, bricklyr, 

Walker. 
Brann Carlin H, engineer, res laU 

Brannan, st\- a /so Brannen and lh% 
Brannan Emery, stockman, resell]' 
Brannen James F, gardener 1227 41st. 
Brannen Oliver C, printer Mail and Times, 

res 122. - ) 21st. 
Brannen Luke, miner Manbeck Mjine, res 

Coon Valley Siding. 



Webster 
res 1)1 3 

Walnut!. 

. i ■ 

21stj 



iRose.C, domestic ^4 10 22|d 
\ L 
Piie. 



m 



w 



Brannen 

i 

Branson 
1217 
Branson Burr, junk 

res s.imt 
Branson 3a 
Bratcher Wi 

res H18 
Bratrsovsky 
Bratt Sainue 
Brattain Da 1 

ant. 
Bratton Jam 
PMtiel 
Draught "CI 
HoflmE 
Braught 
Draught 
Bray J / 
Bray ton 
Brayton 
Braxton 
Brazeltofc 
Breazea 



/ engineer^ Pacific R| 



uel, farmer, res 1217 Pjne. 
IlliamN, CS'tP & \i C Ry, 

so 0th. ! ( . . 
Frank, |re| i^OVo 2d. , 
1, B, broorttm/r, res 1802 11th. 
,-id, blkbmith, res 707 Pleas- 



ai 
Coi 
Fr« 
, s 
II 



fford, 

, res 1 .)!{(} 

tes C, lab, 

hk C, ijes .1 

tkid 



ei 



Luoi 
Ro;a 
Reed 



es (col'il), sawyer II Pi Harris, 

reemont, 

teamster . Winders & 
Lyon.h I f 

res l'f>Hfi Lyon. 

. „, :woe DHh.: 

ent HigHand! Pk College, 
prof D|M Collie. 
,ia.,M, ptudent V M College, 
a, matfon p M College 13dg h.. 
C, jtms 111 esothl 
e Grace A, stebog J A Bijeazeale, 

res f Mf 18th. , . ' I ! 

A, wnol lumber, 3 Masonic 

res(>4$> 18th. I ' L ' j . 

rt, miner Manbeck Mine, btls 

ey House. ! . . 



V*ll 



res 
ric 



ger 



Breazea' e J 
Temple 

Brecht l'obfc 
Coo i 

Brecht Wm 

pt'i cjo 

Brecht y/\m 

Co, 
Brecke'n 

Youh 
Breckenric 

120Se 
Bf-eckenric 
Breckenric 
Breckenrid 
Bredin^is 

ave 
Bredimjis 
i Brc 
Bredimjis 1 

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Bredim 



B red i mils M 
15J2 



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res 
Bredimhs 
Bredimas 
i, resS27 
Bredull Chtistina 

Breeden R^v 
land a 



Breedeii Tji 
bd^ HI 
Breedlpve John R, 



Texas and Indian Territory 



Reached Easiest apd 
most Direct via 



BR 



deal 



er, 



115 e Walnut 



R. res 



H, printer Ol^en-Welch 

, res 28th and Forest Drive, f 
.am L, supt D M Brick Mrjfg 
n s Forest drivej 1st w of 2Sth. i 
;e Chiirles, saje'smar. F W 



I'ani 



■man, res 1208 Fremont. 
i Charles D, cigar mkr, res 
tremor t. j 

\\tc Isabella, res 418 e Locust. 

Ill- 



e Jane, res 118 e Locijst. ( 

fee Marl ha J (col'd), res 10HS B. 

del, drsssmkr, res lil5|0 Grahd 



„nie A, : clkChas.p-Risser,& 

P'27-e Court ave. ! / 

rank (F Kredimus & Son), res 

^ourt ave. \ | ; 

Bredirrtlis Ifrank &|.Son (Fr.ank and Maur- 

sign and carriage painters H 



J oh 



_n, res WM Grand aVe. 
atiricej W (F Bredimus & Son), 
' e Court aye. ' ■ . '■ 

[ichael res Ji28 iGrand ave._ ; 
icholas, wagon mkr 207 e.tfth, 

Lyon. ' 

domestic 1210.8th. j 

ey O, res 1318 Wood- 



ve 



Har\ 

rnes H, 
1 



7th. 



barber jj H Poindexter, 
teamster, res 408 Lyon. 



"Santa Ije 1 Rimte/' 

1 if See Front FlvC.) | 



i 



-ms' 14|(|5 Washington. 
Bret se A 'A student Highland Pl£ CoJl&Q 
Breiiat. Jofceph ^. motor man D M St R{; 

fdresp-^O Des Mornes* I hi 3 

BrrneiijSc'lodl, Des Moines j bfet 
Brerise'ji Silma, domeptic 8J43 3 
Itadel Ja tie's, lab, rep.912 L>'oh 
Brer del' Lc uis, agrl im pi/ res 9 IB Lyqn. 
HrfendellLo. is.stiiaent Highland PpCp 
Brenleyj \\]k wks iWmaii 

Chqste -peld. J 

pert, stenog, res 8|)2 



Br 
Br| 



Brj-'ripart Ja 
Supply 



res 



Br -nhiai 

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lirl'trnaij K 

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K 



Bnhinar 
'iith. 



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B renin aii A 

Brennan CJatherine '(vjid 

. itlija 

Brcrinarij' Hugh, <pity 

f:it)(HHlVlres802 [ e.5th . 

les A, boilerr^kr D.Mt-Mnfg 1 ^ 
pd res 22f{ e-'lith. ! . ' • ■. ' | | 
hn,'j, briqkayr DM Brick Mnfg 



HaW ond TypflWfciter aftir * (Year's J 




0#)5thr / , 
athfrine T, printer Dai 

•)th. ■ . i -i, ! . , , 

chei^, re's 802^e 



tie!, musicjtea 
Izik elk Golds (one & 

Uh., ;.,:■[■ I! - . 

ggie, jariitres; 1 C R I 



es 1117 Ofh a-e 



-:■ M ■ " 

y l^e\v| 



:ijnfi 

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-ljjri<1tt R 

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nnajrj T 



Br 

Brlrifnt-iti ' T 

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Mil 

: BiMi<-;rj T 

.oil (res 



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aggie, re4'l|);*M] 
i|s Mamie; res 
Brfcn|nn|rj N )ra A, prjntjer 

Pi^ridki car ihs 
tlor al Hotel 
inert O, Step or 

';> :h. 
Vein as, res 30 
ipjias, farmer, 
pmas II; city 
^ve„ J ' ' , ] 
>ma's ; T, bkpr 
059 5th. t 



Mjjni Uanjl; E, stiidejnt, 
ncas C oil 



Brcs 



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Br| _. 
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3 treas ! 



cor 35th. 
[d Macty, 



wks, -.o?es mm 



pliegfe. ( 

\1 (e, teacher,! bq 
B^itojnjCrarlesF, seciio 

VfveltV and, BraSs 1 ■ 

'Appdlaftd ave. ii ■ ^ 

BrtrfctdrfL.fazje (wi'tf 'Will^amj, rejs 1549^ 

1 jrahd ave 
Brjr itpii William H.riasoti.res 13J41 Lyofc 
Bresjmrf Wjijliam M, \}ks p M f en t a£d 



;?th. j 
802 e $m 
Daily 



v'm 



E!eds;on|, 
& PRy 



e 5th 
jresiiO; 

! fir4 d 

McFar 

Ii.'- 



ews, r;j 

j t ■ 

Ry^ bits 



Gity'Solicitdr 



'9 5th. 

I .' ; ; 

in] Grain 
Bus r 



mrfiCo, bdsnp71l2th. 
Jo 1 1, w ks ! Liyer^boi ar d D' pi 
latkinjCo, res'81[2 9%. , ' r 

Chiadler.res f/17'i Wain at 

ii/amin'c, 'gtnifitiijs-w s.Gth, ^ 
Eudlid ave t res 14fll Mad ison av^" 
id ward J, carrj, re^l7^1fth 

Pttjil. res 807 Walilkl 

T,t i, ^ 
1 — m- i- 




Franklin iiiHtitntej 

j 



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^hlladelphi i, Pa], an 



lof competitors). 1 

State Ag't, Dae Wolne^, loyva< 




yXMHYOHl 



•> 506 - 503 / 

\ LOCUST Si / 

; DESMOINLS /, 



JSrewer Frederick, lab/jes 
I Jrewe * George, res J 4(i. r i '< 



. 8t!i, 

JU* Briefs, 

! Blanks, 
Society Printing, 

! Everything. 

Index ^o Advts.)- 



R". 



1010 2d. 

i 

ourjt ave. 




Ip'reweHram D, mngf- Aiiltman, Miller &. 

; res 17^8 9th. { /i j <i j 

rewe " Jacob D, copper, res 1010 2d. ,' j 

rewe -James; porter E IV] Cycling Club| 

res J)00 nth. | ' A^ 

rewer Jarnca ft; Deputy Collectof BO 

U S Internal Rev^unki|res IKil.iath. !. ^1 
rewe: 1 James C, janitor, [b'ds "]09 8th. 
Jrewei- JohnlC, lab, res 10)0 2d. , . -i 
1 rewer jjosephj.real'estiitf -res- I.'iOi Capitol 

1 av 3-. < ': . 

Ijjj-ewe- ],. student Io vs a Business 
College," _ '| • ■ I 

|e\ye:' Louetja, nurse, rras 918 0th.* 1 | 
rewer Lillie,| bkbinder Carter' R; Hu^sey, 

i;o-(jJ2d. ,: ■ j[. , ; 

rewe:- iVlargdret, dressftikr, res 719 2d. 
# rewer IVIerrit.t, stuJentH Highland PkCol- WK\ 
i T ,lei:e. ;. ■ \ 1; } ■ ; !,! 1 fU 

Irewe- A T ancy (wid f \\f^liam), rms 1 -II f" 
j M id son ave: i 



J^rewer <?; Co's addition, ifrom e Capitol .avpj 
to C R I & P.R)', bdt j Osborn and El- 




licttj 



Ka-tie, domestic ( 



,1 fewer \villiam H, coo{k i r, res 547 e so 5tK. ^j 
>Bre\i'e(- Willi^rq W, prrk^man C R I & P mm 



n 



'E 



1020 2d. 



(O 



03 i Grand aye. 
la. 



<n 



» 



Urian 

Drian Dkyen J' remoyedj to Kellogg, 

I irja'r,' "^ '<n /*/*"' finer: 

Iiriar Alice, domestic 81l! Grand'.ave. 

I :r|ia ; r Charles, elk Graf >hjc Publishing Co, 

res^21 0th. | , 

I >i iar fohn, sec and trer.s Graphic Publish- Sff| 

i J ,in? Co, res 821 0th I ^^ 

111 ice, sse also ftryce. ■ ' aic *^ 

Hi ice Anna, bkpr, res 13|3 Grand jive, cao f* 

, Iirice \ C, agt "Equitaljl^ Life Assurance 5 

Sec ety, res Bedford ila. ^; SPl 

Uiic^ ?rank, died January: 10, 189J. q 
id ice 7iank, grocer 102 2<lj res 1313 Cli 

avi. 
Iirice Franl^ T, elk, bd|s 
I trice Jajmeslf. res' 510 
Iirice J-Jimes P, sec - aid 
• j- , Out Meal |Co, res ljll 
race dhn, feed, 04(5 e 
Ptnna'ave. 



rand b? 



mfi Gr$nd ^ve.: 






P^nnaave. 1 '"T^^" 

| treas Halwkeyej 2J aJ| 
) Grand ave*. | 3«2 

Girand ave, res 516 ac PI 



t/% 



RIANC [TUNER arid PRACTICAL PIANC 
TWEN TY YtAR'8 EXpERlINCE,, 
Flnt.ClasA Tuning land Repairing a 
Prl^oa. 676 W.J3th5t.,T©l«phan« 707 



Merchants Transfer Co. 



184 



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DES MOINE8 CITY DIRECTORY 



o42 Des Moines Piano 

JJ,J* (ineorifomted), 

~ Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealei 

PIANOS § ORGANS 



Sis 

So 

5 ^ 

.2l 



And General Musical Merchandise. 



407 Hfesf Nto/mrf 



Stnet. 



ave. 



Brice John, trav agt. res 51 (J Penna 
Brice John, wks W-13 Wells, rms ^1") 3rd. 
Brice Maggie, res 13Ki Grand ave. 
Brick Daniel, teamster, 1302 Buchr 
Brick John W, lab Capital City Br 
res 1 :U)'2 Buchanan. \ ! 

Bridge Nancy (wid Madison), res 1 

Brick Timothy, res 1302' Buchanan 
Bridgeford George F. plasterer, rj;s 171*3 



.nan. 
ick Co, 

r«»th'. 



Will 



Brinegar 

Madisor 
Brinegar 
' Madisoi 

Bring* 

j. 000 



John 



If 



Youag 



Q) C 
CO 

-J o 

*>■ c 

O c 

J i o 

CO o 



o 

-H 

3 
O 



15th. 



Crocker. 
Bridges Alice M, dressmkr, res 10(5 
Brier Lewis, gardener, res w s 20(l|, 3rd n 

of Scott. 
Brier Payne, wks Day & Barge, bds 5P7.">th. 
Briggs A F, student Highland P 

rms •> > .>nl. 

Briggs Edwin, res 10.'! 1 e Center, 
Briggs Elizabeth Mrs, res 10'Sl Center 
Briggs Ella E, teacher Bremer School, res 

1031 e Center. 
Briggs 'Frances, student Highland Pk Col- 
^ lege, rms 3333 3rd. 

Briggs George C, trav agt, res 1C>2{> Arling- 
ton ave. I 
Briggs Harrv C, tel opr, res 1100 e >th. 
Briggs John'C, trav agt, res 1020 Arlington 

ave. 
Briggs Moore, farmer, res use North, 1st 

e of Brandt. i 

Briggs Walter, died August 1 -1th. 1801. 
Brighani Kdward D, conductor CSl P & K 

C Ky, rms Cragan House. 
Brigham Frank E, fireman C St P & K C 

Rv, bds foot 11th. 
Bright Loren, carp, res 173K Des Moines. 
Bright L A, removed to Dubuque, 1 
Brilliant Sign Letter Co (The), C H 

mngr, '210 ">th. 
Brimley Benjamin I. lab, res e s 

3rd s of Duck ave. 
jBrissinsen Lizzie, domestic 1810 lii;h pve 

'Brinckman Fred, prop D M Hay and Coal 
" l Co, 001 Locust, res 1411 Locus^. 

Brindel Louis (Harvey & Bnndel), res 012 
Lvon. 

Brindley John C, lab, res 2000 Court ave. 

Brindley Wesley O, restaurant 82*2 Wal- 
nut, res same. i 

Brinegar Amos, res Curve, ne corjs (Hh. 



Dexter 
Witter, 



FOR 
A 



Business Ed 



Brinkerhoff 
Brinkerhoff 
Brinkmai 

res foot 
•Brinsmajd 

maic 






Mrs S^ah, 
Frank, 



■. 



Brinsmaid I 

maid), 
Brinsmaid 

maid), 
Brinsmaid 

maid, 
Brinton Be 

rms 17 

Brinton Ida 
Col 

Brisco Oar 
Br!isco S B, 
Bristol Inez 
Bristol O A 
Briston Ma 

102a St 
Britson Ma 
Britton Ed\ 

1711 L 
Britton Wi 

A (E D 
Britton Wi 

res 111 
Brock Jane 
Brockway ] 
1? rode C 
Broderick 
Broderick 
JJrodmark 

. (51. "> 2dj 
Brod) 

Maple 
Brody Fall 

Maple. 
Brody H 



W stereotyper, r^s [1410 

(SDM). 1 : , < I 
iam f, stereotyper, r(es 
(SDM). ! 

! j 

Daniel SVI, Note Broker, 

erdabBlk, res 1013 Wal 

Jacob, trav agt, res 14^0.2-lth H 

res .'111} Court ave 

k, lib G St P ;& K C Ry, 

oMitjru h ; j , 

(friaries clU Perkins & Brins 

s7K>J3d 

rederiok Tj (Perkins & Brins 
rims 71(5 3d. ' ' 

gwick S' (Perkins & Brins 

s84: ;ki. j 

illlair ,'."clk Perkins & Brins- 
s 843 U. 

bra B\ student D : M College, 
10th 



bd 



Siedj 

re 
W 
bd 



11 



J, stud 
lehe, re? 



> 

hai 1 



le 



Broerman 

res 70-3 
Broerman 



^•» 



72 lit 




Broerman 
; rms 41 
Broerman ^lenry 
Broerman 
Brokaw R 
Brokaw J 

Brokaw 
(ith av 



3rd Md' Court Ave. 

iPHONk470, 



BRO 



nt Iowa Business 



1010 e 



0th. 



, elk, rms 1*214 44th. 

student. Highland Pk College. 

, studtsut highland Pk' College. 

Mrs, his (prie Blk. | 

rgaretj prill Hjowe School,; re: 

l. 

id, domestic D M ! House 

-ard H clje J M Stewart, res 

on. ' : | '■'■ 

lia.ni, miner res Wilbur, nwcor 



liam A 



7 e Covrt ave 



mCttorman D M St Ky, 



(wid F 



ank K), res Kil4 Ith. 
fathanibl, meat market, 3pl."> 5th 

es, miner, res 322iis Ithi 
Bridget i domesti^lj820 10th. 
ohn, died Februaijy 22; 1SJH. 

Louis driver D M : Ice Co. bds:> 



arry, elk 



Etta, 



tiarry, 



Vbr^iham, wks F Brody, res "il ! :} 
notions, |308 e Walnut, res.llS 



F Brody, res 51 !1 Maple. 
Tora, -)vks Herrman & Cownie, 
11th. 

\l'ks Herrman & Cownie, 



] Grand ave 



wks Young & Rbddi'sh, 



carp, res 70211th. : 
■ k ViiliajnF, lfib, res (512 Vale. 
George L, res 3309, North, 
coachman, res 1223 (ith ave. 



oDn, coachman, res 

W Edwin,Publisher Iowa 
fferscjmian, 3lV Mulbeijry, j rms 






Capital City 



ATTEND THE 



Cor. Sixth and LccustSts., 



Commercial College. 



(See Advt.) 




Cc 



Brokinajr 



B«f 



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Brc 



GebbtejW, cktied 
J ^sl5j20 Grrnd| aye. 



■n% 



ml 

A*t 
mley 



Mti'j 



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Brdmlt 

Brqmlt 
Brqml 

nut] ftejs 
Brmn 

Brain n 
|Gr 
Brcmn 
l^njiist}ja 
BrcA)k " 
BroLk h 
Brooke 

■ ;,*. 

Bropke 
liropjie 
Brokkdr, 

• :'{ Es 

Breaker 



ta 



#* 



'1? e 

pkf ^Iaude, 
lltige 



Brohkrni 



Brobknfili 

!ch 

Brook n)i 

r !,,res 
Brp'okpdt 

Brook'(J;.iJ 
Brookb' J t 

■ resit: 
Brbokoye 

Brpokbve 
Frem 



A; rry, studeiitiHi^hl 



An lie E/stenbigjJSM^ih^n, bd$ 

Hides '.U 1 ; bkbrj']*quitkle Li$s 
n<e Sode^, res iM w " ] J 



a-- 

(ke >rge, relrrdved 



Vlr${ Francis, 

esH, e(k,Ry MS, 

' J ' I 

f t* I '= - I 



iai 

I a "ei. 



Jtjhni wks; 1 Sav^y Hjmsle 
kbifaham, Ja|Dsl2(l[Det 



rlfes 
ijjid :;igar iiikh 

ll,a (>viq,' Oliver) rfc< 



jaryi student Highland 
.jfilliam, •cook,,res'8l2i2 sjo 
d\jini W, prjes The 
|e I iivestrnent Go, res 1 

Lulft, student Higlilanii 



Broklj illtl V 
Brqcjkf 

■' ! to 

Brotaki ds Hobert 
3reH .!!«> ] j*th 



er 



sinu 
Her 



SB 



M 1 



Coiper C, 
Tho 



BroqksCh 



rmsfolKUfjine. 'f 



Broods 



fgt 



Brooks |f(|li M, bdg h 
istcol'd), 



a'rl 



1 11 id 



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to 



Mb me, dresirnkrfyln 

{() lith ave. | I 

^wsn, engi leejr Thp Kink{vood. * 
lo )ert M, evyef^rjovfer 

iffl (ith avfe 

drfessnikij, 



J, trsft Mit. ris 4 1 
la'rrnkr res B 222 £ 



II 






r 



Pk'CoJ- 



m 

Joseph) 

•A 
3tt I Lefler; 



(>pO Wal| 

...» h 

res ,723 

ijei 1537 e 

■■I 



IS 



lorence, student! Hi* i 



! Rev 



nut 

er John R 



studen 
, tinner 



Moines. 



M)th. ' 
100I. I' 
5 Col^j 

■ . \\ 

#|{ (t'ollegei" 

(ith. jj; 

Ulc.t i Real 
Laurel : ( 

Pk Coif. 



6W 



(Charles' W. Jn air iter 

i i 1 ;.jvr'"H 

7reqeric< 



, wRs Fjpler 
:«> (Jnestnut. M 



elk. 



and 



»1 



H dHland P$ 



Sjheldon,; 

■1 



rr\ 



res- 1 501 
^pil.lr , 



.-njhioh't. 



• NAwton H / real etetaie, irk 12lfc 



waiter 



I 



arlee 



res 1341 



s p &• k| : py, 

Brodks blnitl, lab, res 1332 
Brooks Fred, Icigarrnkr Jfl I 

l^UchM' ,. ;• J [ i 

BroMtouisi shirtmkr Wxijifi^lh 

r4 m Mprty:- 1 



i > < 



i 



150| Buchc nan 



mas, lab, res- 1« 
Gtorge, elk 
1|J Fremont 
Harry, s pebiai Kness 



318' e 1st 



Savory 



J J Tr^av 



£ 



res; '43 

i ■! 
res 43 

Gould 



is 




Wholesale Druggists, 

£0 • ■ ! ^85 



diei: 




)EY. 



LEWIS INVESTMENFCO. 

*)rm 8T. 



310 



coks 
ooks 
Ottl 
ltdoks 



i *9P^? 



•opm F'rrnk, bricklayer^ 
| ; oorrifielc Gertie (col'd), 
I -dorter ■£ L, res ! 70!) ?th , 
j. -cjpch i piorge,- ^ricklayiir, res 1431 4th 

galley C k M 



B.ophy To in, rriiiier Coon 

, f Cp-, rfs(i(H)Alen,;. ^. 



B: oqui 
(}1(5 

I3i|-dquis|t 
res 

B'foquiijt 



3i dquist 



J3iJicHanan[ 
^laRper]] 



0, re 4, 



i* 



1 < 

^l0US( : 

I' 

Sanger 
10th 

LSc^h 'iol. ; 

R. Golien, rej 



Br<id, reg 812 



jMaiify 



TAL PAID $ 150,000, 

state, Loans and 
nicipal Bonds. 




ive. , 
/ilHarh 



i;haeli lab, resj)i(fc North. .. 
udy, pigWkr{ F Albrecht, refsolO, 

d), cook Arnold 



Co's Addjtion fr;om e Markfit to 



H (col' 
e so Otr 



bet KitH and '] 



•tt' 



7th. 

^ds ii27 ri|h: 

resIKi Elrri. 



CO 



Vpfic, wks D : M";$lpap Works, res 

SI 

E 
<>l 



■ ■ W 
e soUth.j ';';] 

EViojr, wl^sU/^jSoap Works, 

U|eso|«fh.^ I: j 

kattie, >vks DJf; Laundry, res 



010 e so., (jth 



ires l;j)4 \v so;7th. 
^i ojssivdl Henry, wks #L r > 1ft igh. 
Bjotchil Cleorge, I briefly r, :tis 1431 4th, 

r JerushalB (wid .William); res e s 

30tn, :j3j4 n of Hickman! ave. 



*iJ ! r|o|therb 
Brother:; 



/ e 



Brbther 
ave. 



James \y, forerrian, res 7( 

kyi|et. r ; '.I 

cm JohnlL, driver, (ijes 335 P<Jton 



Johi^,wksMuding & Slater, res 





Aiice, student .Gal! 



fytp t Saruel BJ. broom mkr ACM 
3roon Co, res 1862 11 i. 



3roigher A O, horse rJlr, 
> I Blk res 468 5th, 
JprDigh't Garter C.-tlrilver \y 
■ » -; all.j rejs 1530 Lyop. I 
]|r"jvdei James M, lab; re's 
Bipivclei 1a:ob L, mach J I 
"* res (10 2 (Jth, } • r 

v "' ! J •' ''' 

3ljD\v(|er, Nelson, drivejf, rni 



'B)Wd!ef St iphen, driver, nrs 503 e so 



jwdei \VSIliam H, carp 
ibwer Aslipr A',, real estji 
120C 12tb. 
Bilbwer 'Gsorge L, bankeri, 



Rm ESTATE cu d LOANS, 
Yoyngjrraan 'Block, 208 W. Fifth! St 



anan- College. 



>unt' 



14 Marquardt 
nders & G6od- 



313 e so 4t|a. , 
Bartholon*ew, 



> 503 e so pth. 
8th. 
8th, 



i es -503 e so 
te 200 .4thl res 

■es lOi) 7th. 



Proctor Goal Co 



Miners and Dealers IOWA SOFT COAL 

l/ Cor. 3rd and Locust. 'Phone 155. 



lS6 



BKO 



r 

|*§ ALBERT L. WEST! 

•C 2 510 WALNUT ST. 



HKS.MOINjES CITY DIRECTORY 



RELIABLE GAS AND GASOLENE 

' STOVES- i 



*- : Ui _ 

5^ C^ Brower Richard, painter Holland & JJew, 

Q. Brown Addison, trav agt, rms III -1th. I 

CO co Brown Albert, fireman Wabash R R, res 
yj ^ S0'3eElm. 

; gj ; Brown Alfred, lab, res 150!l Pes Moines. 
£ ■■ Brown Alice A, furn rms 430 Chestnut. 



res 1 



io:s 



u 

u 

5: 

d 

<6 



(A 



:al, 



c 



ft. 



Brown Alice V (wid Joseph S) 

Locust 
Brown Alonzo L, lab, res .ViO Penna jfvt 
Brown Anna (col'd);- laund MOD 12th. | 
Brown Archie (col'd), died April Mth, ISO'2. 

JBrown Arthur G, printer The Iowa Hojne- 

stead, bds 101T> e Walnut. 
Brown August \Y, lab Capital City Gas Go, 

res Kith, a e cor Scott. 
Brown A T, agt, bds Motel Logan. 
Brown Benjamin, truckman C R I & P 

res -101 e so 1th. 
Brown Bernard B, carrier Daily Capi 

res ."Wl l*th, | 

Brown Bertha, rms over 110 Walnut. 
Brown Charles, conductor C R L & P Ry, 

rms .")10 \Valnut. i 

f Brown Charles, miner, res n w U sec 2}> • 

Brown Charles, wlis Foster Opera House, 
res HOT Walnut. ; 

Brown Charles, weighmaster City Scales 
1st, bet Walnut and Court ave, res 

:ioo 1st. ! 

Brown Charles B, removed to Truro, Kas. 

Brown Charles E, Associate Princi- 
pal People's Commercial College, res 
1(510 Brooks. | 

Brown Charles H, carrier P O, res l.l.'tt e 
Grand ave. 

Brown Charles O, elk. res :\(Y2 w so -1th. 

Brown Charles W, bill poster^ Fostt 
Opera House, res DOT. Walnut. 

Brown Charles W, messenger D M Ka-t 
Bank, res HIS Crocker*- . 

Brown Charles W, printer The S S Teach- 
er Pub Co, res ;W'-$f> Trtli 

Brown Clara F, milliner Kate Daly, tjds 
cor 9th and School. 

Brown Clarence E, conductor CRlA 
Ry, res 141. 'J Grand ave. i 

Brown Code, student Highland Pk College, 
bds HUH) 4th. 



r's 



iBRO 



Brown Da .'id B, rhach Dennis Dupl,- 

jVVriting Mach Cp, 1 res Indinolni ave 

|M eof Presbch|(£ D M). 
Brown Krrest L \V' Itudent Drake Uiti 

versity rms l\S2.^ Brattleboro -ave 
Brown Edward (col'd), 1 farmer, ^-es sw a 

sec 11 

Brown Edward A, pjp'erhgr, bds JJOO Ejm. 
Brown Eflis, student Highland^ PkColleg 
Brown Eli;:a S (wid Samuel), res 101 "i 

Walnut. 
Brotfn Elizabeth (col'd), laundry, res \ 

Pel ton ave. 
Brown Emma, bottler Sinclair Mfg 

408 -hi 



i\ 



Brown En,(er(wid N),!res 110 13th. | 
Brown Ernest W, trav agt J D Set berger 

bds 000 4th. | . I ": _' 

Brown 1 Sste 11 ja S, Furnished Rooms, 

over :>( and 208 Oth.ave. 
Brown Etta E, cllj Yoiiriker Bros, res 081 

l.Hh 
Brown Firman (col'd), waiter The Kjrk 

wood, rms lOIJO B.I 
Brown FVahk (col'd) house cleaner, res 1105 

Forest lave. 
Brown Frapk D, trav agt, bds 41 7 .'Hh 
Brown Fre(l D, driver,; res 810 Pleisan 

& O m- 



co, i^ 



i> 



M Collegtj, i 



Center 
ile 



ms 



res 



an, 



Brown Frid L, irav agt Bentley 

sted, ris w s ij'ark :1a, lstr s of 

Drive. ! j 

Brown Fre ierick, Engineer la Pipe kivl '\ 

Co. 
Brown G a ties M, studerit 

\m l!th. .;! 
Brown Gei.eva, wks D M Hat Factory, 

'■SIS Pleasant.; 
Brown Gecrge, trav agt, res 0S1 Pith. 

Brown George W, teamster^ J K-& W |H 

Gilcrest, res 1373 e'9th.; v 
Brown -Harry H.iclk L Ej Dono\ 

GoldstDne Hotel. , j 
Brown H; Try M, canvasser R LJ Polk & 

Co, rinse s Park la, 1st, sot Center 

Drive. ' ' , ; : ' j 

Brown Ha tie M, removed | to _ [I/ruroj If as. 
Brown Ha ry J.'retnoved to Indiarola, ja. 
Brown Ho -ace P P grain, reb lOl'.l Walnut. 
Brown H W, bkpr G A Miller, bds212 j|h, 
Brown Ira W D, studentj Highland Pk €l>l- 

■lege. ■> , ! \[ . - [i 

Brown JacDb S, mngr J K& W H Gilcrest, 

: res 720 e f>th, [ >; 

Brown Janes, miner Ccpn Valley Coal Co, 



bis 



res e si Park ave, 
Boulevard 

Brown 



1 



h s of C 



our 



ames M, Treasurer* and Man- 
/ ager Eureka Fuel Co, res 142^1 7tl( 
Brown James F, driver, b"ds 300 'Elm. 
Brown James H, conductor D M SJt Ky,res 
10157 I^es Moines. 



HIGHLAND PARK LAP CO. f 



.W.EINK, 

m Fifth Stree 



tliind. 



Sec, 



'' 




GiimNIZEDl MjS CjpiCES, 



\4tf 



Bro 



in ?!am 

4 



M. JOHN & IJAROIuVr," I 
Eisfffoi, ; Des iIjikes, Iowa. 



de 



is W. (Brown &!) All 
I fro ill Jt-'i" jj«. r«s 818 [Pleasant 



■Ur<i yii J)hi|i[corcI)»bellSboyl]Th« 

jjrd \\i Join i, fireman C St P & I 

Bro vn John', lab Capjtai CityQr 

;,A$Mjirk<jt 
Bro vji-Johrj (cdl'd), jiprter.jres 
Bro vn John, student, bds 1J329 
Hrofrii johj fr'ifarrner, rms! 120 



,)je Walnut.] 



BroAHi jjohrj H, la!b Mason Hand Lathe 

fi:K|bde!l(^2DesMoinis 
I3r6|R John Hj.clk Standard| (pfl Co,| rfsj 
01 e Court ave., j 



Brp 
Brq> 



•li.nohik HKcor<4), rfes; 1013 



iVft? 

irlS I- 



Brown, 

iWo 



vn 



Bfr 
13 rn 

Brdivri 

T 

un 



•n, Jphii M,| mngn CharleifCbunselms n! 
&]qp, bds 900 3d;; i j . j 

John P, farmer, res Cburtlarjcf 

lev.frd |(SD M|). .. 

ohilT,* res 120$ Center 



Brbivri 

jBoi: 
Brof\|rt _ 
Brown 



MoiNES 



i), res G(0J 

i 

i ( 

{ irk wood. 
C Ry.rms 1 

ck Co, rfcs I 

101] 13 
2(>tli 



(fenjter. 



John jVV (col'jj), ,. \vai|^r 
Mbijjse, res |l 1 ]w jslo (5th; 



Sdvery 



WW, forejman; 1 ; Capital Ci 
bleu Mills, res^ lover toWi; ^ocust. 

Brjowri Jpniathan jW||Proprietor D:§ 

■' |Mb!nes i Stereotype Foundty, .203' Stlii 



t es jl<>37 Des Moines: (iA- ,. 6 
ivir [oie 






*feph H, lab, res 1307 <?ourt avis' 
WarrenJ real estate, rfes, C()0 4th, i 



ivatfle B, student lev 



s pojlege, 818 Pleasant, 

au!a(<jqrd)', rks 314 4th. 1 f 

eh | ( . cook II ; X L, Flejstauijint, bds 

Co, bai 

i 

Moines 



Pe 



i i 



Bhj 
Br^jvii ie! 

, same'.i t \ 

Brmvil jleWejclk Geo F Thi^r & 

! :i(oHil)ti:Mi , T f 

; BroWiji Ljeoh, reporter ifrie 

I, iLeatler|resJi22()tr^aveJ 
Brpjvil EeviretH resjiao ltith 

BroH , |e\us, i bdgh8jiSP^as(iiJt.'!i 
Brpwr |il?l)ie; student! Highland' fek Cq 

Vle,'( Miihs .Md, se cor DoiiglLt ■{ 
l^(viitaf!ttajclk, res (&1 !l5^ 
Brojvr l[uc! nda^nurse.j res|0i)7 
Brcj'vr jjVIar 

Brbjvij !|Iarbiret(\vid Thomajs), 
Br^jv J^lfiry . seamstress* 754j!)tW 



;gar1et (wid Joseph 1 } 



>Vafnut. , ; ■ 
s 1016! 



es 2201 2th, 1 

BroWij |lai)yA(coi'di,]reuJi{!feenW. , 
Br^vd Matl|e{widThbsO),re l s^ver^8 7th. 
BrflU-it-ijIariiife, Kvks Capital <Ti|y Laundryi, 



Brb| 



327 e 7th, 



Broivn I 
BroWn' 

Brow 



atlian'L, elkj Tames 

^i.i-ih. i -;i I'- 

oa h W, paperhgr, bd 
Ttri, foremaii D M.U 

Mi 



1 



vH Patrick,! lab C R r4l I\ \ Ry, res ' e 
RjuKfodd ave, bet 8th (arid " 




iajine, 



i|Ma|ine, res 1 

WElm.| 
Ry,' res 121 



Oth!.: 






DIRKGTORJYu 






1 



PLTAt 




Patrick E, lab, res]012 e so l .M 
Periiy, teamster, res 1541) Maiile. 
Robert B (coKd), barber I L^Jias- 
t, bds 138 2d. 

RobirtjE, printer -la Printing! Co, 
rei '824 Pleasant; * 

^ Brown 



ICKLES 

SINCLAIR MFG. CQ., '^E$ MOINES, Af . 



J ; UPIT^L j* 



BLUI 




mes, 



re? 
ffirown 
^prown 

ve 

Brown 

3rb\vti 

! 3rdwn 



Roburt Y, grocer 1B20 Des M \i 
,1328 same. 1 .«/ [ ■ }\ 

amiel!G,carp,res J 328 Des^ Moines. 

iamiiel M, salesmiajn Read &' Tra- 
•sy, rms 411 Y/alnijit. 
Sarah, bdgh,;417^th. | 

Sarah E, housekpr J)l 1 23d. 
Sarah P, teacher Franklin School, 

. 1 IOJnr„JlJ_J I. 



: 3rown 
.. JroWn 



bds 1423 Woodlapd ave. 



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tepien, died April 15 181)1. h'- 
usitr, domestic, res n w 14 sfiq 24 

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•Thomas, Tes 754 0th. 

Thomas,. brakeman C R I & t Ry, 

l U'2)i e Grand ave. ; ; 

. . 'Thomas! jH, druggist Chambeiilain 
& Co, res 915 Center, i; ?J 

Thomas J, bkpr J K& W H GiMrest 

^■pio8th. ; . ' 1 .; ,' - • ,1 - 1 «. 

Turner (col'd)^ copk Hotel Morgan, 
'30()Peltpnave. ■:.: i 

E, died|MaJr2d;l}8»l.: .?! 

Will, student Highland Pk Colltege. 

Rev Will arh (col'aj; res 1 04 1 li (E 

y/illiam, J1I155 V2M 

^Villiam, ' nWri Eli:cir Sariitajrium, 

're^ 200 v. drand a^e. ' 

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Mi lis,; res 200 e Grand ave. ■* 

Brown Will^iri.wksCap'itbl Roller Mills, ^ 

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illkm }i, real esiate, iGood'Blk, g! 

reipa2(itha!ve. | \ : \ I , ^ 

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^ Des Moines Piano Co, 

5 -gjj» (IKCORPOIUTED. ) 

Knabe, Rice-Hmze, Shaeffer 

And Other Pianos. 

All Kinds of Musical Merchandise, 

: 407W.Walnut St, 

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Brnvn William O, foreman J K & \V K 

* Gilcrest, res 1*210 e Center. 
BrOwh William W r , engineer D M Malt 

. Mouse, res 1)07 Scott. 
Br^wn Willis S, real estate, 5. Masonic 

Temple, res (WO 19th. **'• " ' 
Hrown Wilson S, trav agt, res]d 200 Wood- 
land ave. 
Brown W F, died July 2'kl. 1S91. 
Bnnvn W F, removed to Truro, Kas. 
Brnvn W N, l>ds Morgan House.. 
Bown Xachariah.lab.res 1 ">.")"> 1 )es Monies. 
Brown A: Allen (James W J5ro\vn, () G 

..:. Allen', real estate. :>(U Walnut. 
Br.nvnbridge Albert W, lab^ChaseiS: West, 
' bds foot 11th (S 1) M). • , ^ 

Br*.;nvnbridge .Thomas, rblksmith, foot 

'' ah, res loot 11th (S D M). 
Browne Frnest W, sttulent, rms '2S**Vi 

Brattleboro ave. , 

Browne Fannie (wid John), rt|s 940 Sth. 
Browne George, foreman DM U Ky, res 

'' SKVJ'ltlth". " " •-. . 

Biowne Grace, student, rms S2.'l Walnut. 
Bpowne Harold L, bkpr Capital Fire -Ins 
• ' Co, res 10 -1th. 
Bl'owne Hattie J, student Capital City Com- 

| mercial College, res 902 lOtlr. 
Ii'own John, farmer, res s s Courlland 

Boulevard (Clifton Heights). 
Browne John H, yard master, res90'3 10th. 

fcrownc J Ernest, Cashier Eqiiit.i- 
ble Life Ins Co of la, rms 1202 Grand 
ave. [SW Front Fly .-/.=) 

Prowne Oliver S F, iSec Commer- 
cial Exchange, rms 1-1*20 Woodland 
ave. 

Browne Sarah P, teacher Franklin School, 
res 1 128 Woodland ave. 

Brownell Lydia, student Callanan College. 

Brownfield John A, engr C St P-& K C Ky, 
res 1014 Locust. 

Browning Charles, painter C E McCray, 
bds .'510 e Court ave. 

Browning Pearl, driver C E McCray, bds 
IU0 e Court ave. 

Browning W.m H, State 'Agent Provi- 
dent Savings Life Assurance Society of 
New York, rms 707 1th. 



Street. 



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eye Ipsui ance Cjo, bds 1305 loth. 

front paster.) 1 ■ , 

Brownlie Wn (Turner & Brownlie 

Pittsburg, Pa. j 
Brown's Add tion — From, east Washington 

ave, four blks j north from Delaware 

ave toC St P & K.CJRy. 
Brown's Add tion — Fromj Woodland ^ve to 

. Crocker, bet 1 7kh and 21st. 
Broyhi 1 Allie, seamstress,, res 521 Locust 
BrojfrlillJMra C M.JModiste, 521 Lp- 

Broyhill MarHn, died February 5th, 

Brubaker Et. ward, ; cook: 'rms over 
Walnut. f 

Brubaker Isa ic P, physician, over ()01 Wal- 
nut, res same. { 

Brubaker Mae, J seamstress, 
Crocker. 

Brubaker Orton, farmer, res e 1 
Madison. 

Bruce , A Mur-ay, res 141^ ■High 

Bruce George ; W, student Hig&lanjl Pk 
College. : 

Bruce March, elk Daniel Lehane 

"nigh. ' : _ 

Bruce.. Robert S (col'd), \ janitoi} I<|>wa 
Business College, res 

Brunib'aiigh .Vlvin Ci tinner, res 1 

Brumbaugh I lay, cl)< J D Seebe 
7:t0()t|i. : '. ' ' 

Brumbaugh I'vay jr ^student Iowja ^u^ 
iness ^ollege. 

Briimfield -Harry, student low^ Busi- 
ness College. 

Brumm Thomas, res 71() 2nd. 

Brundge "\Valter C, train dispatcher 
I'&KC Ky, res 71.-J 7th. 

Brundaigc S ^r|nk elk Woods, B'ibbins & 
Co, res 1 32ft Locust. , 

Bruner Edgai'l D, bkpr Dawson Hardware 
' i Co, "rms 1^05 Park. ! ' 

Bruner I [any D, pcinterl Cornmercial 

1 Printing £0, bds l'54il Fremont, 

Bruner Harry; L, teacnef Drake Univer- 
sity, res VjMl Cottage Grove ave. ' \ 

Bruner James, exprr.jjn, res 1IMS) Fre- 
mont. . 1 ' 

Brunef Josep: E, res llJOiJ Lyon. | 

real ! estate and notary over 
res 171 .'{ 10th. j 

Brunsch Earn del, barber, res (llO Chestnut. 

Brunson Lillian, student Iowa Busi" 
ncss College, res 701 Park. 

Brunson William, res 900 9th. 

Brunton Thcmais, stone mason, res I ill 
CapitDl. 

Brusnahai Jcjhn, re§ 812 9th. 

Brusnahai Patrick J, elk Western News-- 
ion, res 812 9tn. 



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" scbal L," forerndb H A JSaton, "rjesj 

lijlccoon. jli «} I ' .. i '. 
Ha fiqah (wid 'fiqnjamin)|| r< 

tiktnjit;;-'' ■: ;'i. , ■ '! U •• ■ i 
j^Iaude, tailorebsi Israel Bjros,' rms 
!\Vrfnut.' "''■ J. ' 
jJioc Jjrick W, sec forejnan Wabash 
I ins 513 Oth aye. ! J.'- 

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School, e Grand avej se tiojr*. Penijia 

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M4d jUtrav agtv res 1445 Capitol ave 
mjer (Buck 1 , Bros Co) j res 1$04 Dei 

QlMi-les S, removed' tq Chicago. 
El isbn V, l<jd>; 'res^i) Othli 
E hersbn, ,britkiyrj; res |)03. 23rd. 
jjol try,. bridge t uild^r, JesjCo!) pld 



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u|km|t Jessie! student Higjih.ndjPk CpV! 

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MiaqiirlisW, try agt, r<fs 13* 
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ulwen t irstian, lpb.ires 1)185 B f ; ' f> (1) 
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Maiy L do nestic, res| Shaw n\v cor 



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fjilndy pe;Jiry D.carp, fes ||l[l Crocielr. . I"- ™ 



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Blanker Frederick, 



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Bjunriell EdvfaM <pj r rforerrian D M!BoxJ(| »»\ 
Works, i-es Ii2}0prandl4ve. ? f?l W 
Bjannfell M3ses rJ.rjatent niebicine, 521; Lo-Jp ^) ; 
cus v rmMarai. J m I 1 

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:orgti,*ltrav agt Prouty & Pratt; 



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Birch Georgj 
sjty rins 
Biircri P'arry 

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Plunbiig, Gas and Steam Fitliog, 

2 19 Court A ye. ; Tefepfion 6 747. 



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DES MOINKSl CITY ttlKj5<fTOfeY. 





F./WOLCOTT WEBSTER, 

SUPERIOR , 

PHOTOGRAPHY. 

4II Walnut St., | 

Des Moines, Io^a 



B'irch Newton C, farmer, res \A\'.\ Grand 

!:C> ; " avt> - ; 

^> 13* re h field Benjamin F, copyist, res 020 
^> Lvon. \\ 

— Bi re field Robert 0, driver, res ; 1018 l^th. 
■r Bifco Lewis, luiich' room MO Locust, 
? 1111 Fremont. 



res 
Brrd Mrs Caroline G, dressmkr 17 Flvnn 

"^ 'nil | ! 

^ «cm h Blk, rms same. 

^OSl Bi :d Swan \V, wks Western White Brcnze 

^^*;.^" Go. res Highland Park. 

\ y *-~,Bu "dell Ivan, wks The D M Leader, ;m ; 

,w -=r r M I OS full. 
J. SS Bii. "dell William, blksmith John II Snjith, 



<;p 

RP BirMick Charley W, contractor, res 



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rms IDS Oth' ave 

lick Charles W 

Monroe (S V M 
l ^£ Bi rdick E L, removed to Chicago. 
i 1 ^J '9 . Buvdick E W, removed to Chicago. 
' <— £ ^ i r^' c k i na ' student Highland Pk College, 

egt;.. 

I3u rdick M Edward, trav agt, rms 115 Mar- 

Des 



h Birdick Lee, student Highland Pk Gol 
, H - res 1 Hi:! Locust 

. S 2 ; qua nit Blk. 

^"^•*> Bi|*dick Sarah, res core 10th and 
Moines. 



' '[ Birg, scY it /so In r 



ave. 



; . -+5'p Bu/g Alexel F. elk, res 150-1 Capitol 

f l Bu r g Andrew, lab, res 528 e 4th. | 

^ 723. 2 Bu'^g Andrew, lab II M Houck & Co, res 
cJL lf.i><) e Cpurt ave. 

,'i i Birg Jennie* wks Allen's Steam Laujulry, 
ex. b . •; res 510 e 1th. j J . 

_2j* Bu'g John C, grocer 1 UK) e Court ave\ bds 
~r? r I] '20'2 Grand ave, 



<£'£ Bu.g Peter lab. res ss C K I & P Ey, 
u— ' : of Robertson's Brick Yard. 




1st \v 



Bu.'ge S A, mess American Express Co, 
m ' res 1501 Capitol ave, 

j> Bu g William S, finisher, res Highlaijd Pk. 
5 Burger Charles G, Upholsterer, SKI 
Lqcust, res 0ft>K. 10th. . | 
Burgess Benjamin, res 101(1 H. 
^-jj Bu.-gees Benjamin J. teamster, res s of C R 
CTJS I ' & P Ky. w of 28th, ! ; 

4 Bu'gess Edward R, wks Fidler &. Gould, 
res 120 (5th ave. | 

BuVgess Frank, plasterer, res 20th", s of C 
\il& P Ky. 





Burgess 

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Burgess' 

Pepit 
Burgess 
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Burgess 

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George L, clk|P O,) rms ^)fi 2w\,\ 

Holier, fo^em^n Fidler &. Gould ; 
'20 Oth aye., ,, \' 

Jriniqs, confectr Harris-Err ery Co 
ft Sti>re, bds 120(>th. ! , 

James F, j janitor State House; r^s 
i e Grand ave, . ! 

Joseph, plasterer, res 1:0.1 1> II 
Mrs Kate] res 80(5 20th. \ 

R chard 1 , plasterer, res l?u(j [k , 
nut. I ! 

f W, baker Homan & Johnson, rrasj 
e 'Locust. '■ . ' ! J 

Lizzie, elk S B G'arton, res (iOTJp 1 ,, 



i ing 
Burk J|)hn 

Wotdli 
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Burk Kj 
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Biirk M 
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Biirk W 



Burkhar 
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Burkhari 



5Iiaw 

)dr«i\v, wks D M and I;,i^erpoi)t 
^iiig Co, res 1(599 e Court kve. ! | 
arlos L, watchrnan D t M'B^jgyCtj 
f \'2 s Madison, 
a K, domestic, res (>18 lOih 
Burk I-llomtsr W, mach Capital Cltv Plan 

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, bdsHOoe Uth. 
F, wks C Stivers, r^ei 1 *) 1 S 
;:nd ave. 
hn H, student Highland if k ,Cql 



Loc.ist 
Biirgin lulward S, elk U S Penflion Agt 

I rms 12-JiSth.; [ 

Burgpyrej Thomas J, carp C C Wte Is, reS 

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Burk, A 

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BurloCH 

\ res 
Burk EI 



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te (vvid Patrick), res 018 
thrjine (wid Wm H), res 1 

[iry (col'd), domestic 1020 Otjh 
ehael, lab, resTrlH 10th 
ljif, dresJmkr, 518 10th 
Biirk Wblli.im T, \vks\Vj.Jlace, McNamartij 
Lin 



rikrie II & P Co; res 01 8 '1.6th. ■ ; 
Burk William J, mach Capital City Plan r 'I 
Mi 1, res 1534 High, 
ilium } jrij hostler,, res 15^1 I Tig it ; 

t ;\manda| (wid Jdseph)j jes ovjj: I 
Walnut. , J 

t S imuel K, lab, res 312 w so It h 



"Burke Pertba (col'd), domestic J 430 8th, I 



'.-ttherine' J (wijf tym H), res I l'!l 

nut j ' ' ■ " ' f ! 

el, lab, res e s Oth, 2nd s of Eln. 



Burke C 
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Burke 1.1 
Burke ohln W, driver C M Stivers, rbs 



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Locust 
Burke > 

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Burke 1 
Burke I 



Co, rek 
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cholasW, druggist, res 1(500 Lo 



ick, lab, res H2(5 so loth. 



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Thomas, "Lawyer, ■■; 

sscijs J, elk jLfing Dips, jres 142^ 

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•'llratjsfer Co, res 055 e I s 
Btyrkl;okdr Ldgar, , studientj ijligh 

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■i : : f I 

at d Tile Co, res 

1 • i > 



820 IBuchahan 



;i5i:h.. . 



ot ]Elm be( 



h, ( city Qfifiejf^ 4th. , {Sc, 
MfiJs and Mv D,. 



s Delia, 'ires '52$ 



)rge C (colfd)j< tarber" 
52,5 WalniJt. 



(col^.tr^aSp 
BvmWghifiamuel R <cjd1 "jd), 



i ster, rmS <f2'A 
cook H j 



Miin- 



Walnut. 



•G H 



Wa|nat. 



•Iowa 1 
Wildcln; ri^is' 1401 



printer 



(wid Abram), r^s 951 



(William ai^d Liwis), grocers 

■r i ; M ■'■!.. :;, 

^s, res 922 e Gf4nd ^v|e 



5th. 




.ill!. I 1 i 

BtjrnettChhrl^s! 4, brakenian CRIc^'P! 

Ry, res (124 e Locust. ' . ij, »I ;| B 

BdrnettCourtland ^1, lab, res 1005 Walnut. m^Sf 
Bijrnett limily^bkpr Israel pros, re's 932 e! - ^' 

Graiid.ave. : ] j ■ ■: l| ' ;i i . ' 

Biirnett Ge|pr^e .C.clki Burjnett Bros, vres-aja 

922 <: Grand aye. ,;':■:' !| ,: '4I.. 

Bdrnett ames, wks t-edejrer, ^trauss Scfco, W| 
Hi Locust. ' '■■ [ ' |i 'Ji ' 

ames 'W, moulder ^^i|son & Stein, 
•lll'e Cduit ave. . " ■ ; i 

4itcRraan C }l I & P ^y, ffi O 



ljms 
Bdrnett 

res 
Burnett 

res 



Bu 




' ]ohn f ! . switch 
v 14 e Court a%? 



n.Ut. 

lett 

1220 



jug Go 
Wo F, 



Prin 
B,u||-nett M 

Locust.! 
Byirnett Robert 



liam' 



pejIaan.'&Co, 1 

. printer Watt srs-Talbott 
rms 1202 High! \ • 

ck B J Foley, res K|0 e 



9<* 



Btriett JustuJsji!jbrick]yr,res 1210'e V^al : '5j W 

Butnett Justus S, elk; CD Oddington, jres . 

---Je"Walii4 i j- ' - j|. Iff 

Burnett Lewis ^jafnett Bros), res 922 ew| 
• 'Grajid ave. jj!' " : 

Bulrnett'Hifs Lilian, bkprC 

resl J0.)\yaW|it ' 
Burnett 1 4a rion iS, 



"nett, 




at)^ res 51 4 e Court av^. 
(Ipurnett Bjros), res lip e 



Burnett Wi 

0th 
Butnett Wm, lab, bds 121} elath 



Wpi SR, 



carp, res 



1154 24th, 



||Bu 'nett *\V H, baker Homajn j& Johnson, 

;!'•!' res I- awkeye House.. ','' ' 

Bu 'ns, sc" (tfso J^arnes aitd B^rens 

Burns Alpxander^'d, boiler mkr Becknjan 

)2J) Lyons, i 
Bu| "ris Acnif; M.jclk, rms;B2(|l w so 0th. . 
Bu ris Charlotte, cciok Boa. Tori Restaurant, 
•f.-'rrns 4(jl Locust.? ; . ; 
^fiu-ns (M/B) C?hur^h, 22() e 3es : Moines 
Bujns Denniis;idriyer, b^js 1K5 \y so 0th. 
l?u|ris Ec w^rd, la^,' rms?i20 w so 0th. 
BufnEjErima M.ckL "trepanfer, res 
10th 



s, e 



Buinsi Frjbdiirick,' tjaker ,'Nat Cracker pb, 
res :i I) Monfcji (SLIM)! i 

Bu'ins F ilviria; ,(^yid E) Wrlight) res e 
14th, J.s't n m. Washingtcjri ave. 

BuJ ni Mi ss ' Ida!, I saleslady Estey & Canp 

res 2 ) roth ]••■ ■ I ■' ' [ - T 



you WEB 



2™f! 



:& 



E. 3. SI>1 



aid oil T 
NNEY| 



ii 



ime 



osits, 



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D^pc 
Sec'y and Man'^r 




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HOW CASES 



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DES MOINES CITY pIRBCTOHY 



(0 

E 

■'D*o- 

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^ £0 



pes Moines Piano Co. 

! (Incorporated), 

Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in 




ORGANS 



And General Musical Merchandise. 

407 West WalnUt Street. 



BUrns James K, clkG \V Knote, bds 1 118 3d. 
Burns John, fireman C St l'&K (f ky, bds 

-' Motel Logan. j ■ j 

Ijurns John, fireman, res 1325 Maple. , 
lAirns John, lab, res 1 TO 1 Court jjve. 
turns Margaret, student, bds 1090 20th. 

bilrns Marguerite, student Drake Universi- 



ty, rms'JOS Cottage Grove ave. 
I 'urns Marv, seamstress rms 113 



i, 



tn 



\v so Oth. 
£23d; 
Jth. 



<D 



Ul 

> 
O 



I urns Mvra E, student, bds 942 

Burns Patrick, agt,.res 1 13 w so 

burns Patrick, lab, res 320 w so Oth, 

Burns Sarah, dressmkr 13548th. 

Ilurns Thomas, lab, res SO!) llth.J 

L'urns William H, lab, res e end Lincoln. 

I;lurnside Alexander, plumber Jtihn Burn- 
side, rt-s i»r"2 21th. j 

tJurnside Archibald, plumber John Burn- 
side, res 17-15 Woixlland av-M 

Burnside Arthur, student Highland Pk 
College j j .' 

Burnside Charles II, draughtsman Nourse 
& Hallett, bds SI IS High. J 

Burnside John, Plumber (ill Locust, ; 
res 1 7"J<> Woodland ave. 

I Burnside John C, bkpr John Burnside, res 
1720 Woodland ave. 
iiirnstein, .w also /nrn^tein. 
3urrell William (cold), waiter! The Kirk- 
wood. 
Burris Dennis, fireman Y M C A Bldg, res 
^ 1397 Lyon. ' f 

*J3Urris Frank E, miner, res Wilbur, n\v 
.!! % cor A. I 

'•Burris Jacob L, lab, res 711 Cherry. 
■J3urris John K, wks A N Bliss| & Co, res 
*; "11 Cherry. 

r Burris William A, wks William Graefe, 
4 res 711 Cherrv. | ' i •'' 

t-Burroughs Birdie IVtudent Iowa Busi- 
ness College. ; 
Burroughs Hiram A. carp, res 111!) 'in a. 
Burrows Allen L, foreman J K & W Gil- 
crest, res 1 101 e 1 4th. 
Burrows John K. foreman J K i$j W H Gil- 
crest, res SI".' 13th. 
Burt Albert", coachman 1 428 9}h. 
Burt Alvarado L (Holliday Bros & Co), res 
-II.") 7th. 



• FANCY STATIONERY \ 
AND FINE PRINTIN6 ) 



at 



Burt Arthur 



7th. 



Burt per ah 
Burt Charle 



in 

Co, ites 



Burt Edw 



Emi 
Eva 



M, Worcester; 

1 210 6th AVE. r 



JO 

i. 



Burt K 
Burt 

' StiT 1 
Burt k G 

r|*s < v 
Burt Ere 
Burt Gill^tt 

i 4lth 
Burt Lenlora 
Burt Lilliar 

res 830 
Burt Ma'ggi 

res 1|10 
Burtch Bora 

bds Jd 
Burtch Y 
Burtis T 
Burtman 
Burton Al 

bds |02 
Burton b 



ma 
M 

?tl f 

ertrude, teacher franklin Stjhpol 



S, express, res 837 .lttjii 
i W, student Drake University 
">20th. i '/..''. Ji 

O, Examiner f;i Loan & Trust 
S30 i:*t;li. ■ ' 

bdgh, 200 ^v<th. i ' - ; 
wks Herrman ■& Connie, res 



lai 
Burton Ejloy 



ave. 



l.'ith 

removed; to Du 
S, keeper T 



:iy 

0! 

A 



ion 



i. 



1T13I1 



I 



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Burton Job 
Burton Job 
Burton Johi 
Burton Lena 



ton ave 



ave. 



\i. 



Burzacot: J 
res SI. 'J 
, Burzacot : M 

Burzacot 

Boot s, 
309 e ;") 

Busack J ijs 
Busby Jeint 
Busby J Ui 
Bush Abrah 
Bush ljfenjr 



022 Mr 
Bush Frnnc 

High. 
Bush Fr?nk 

Bush Horac 
of 3.1 th 
Bush Isaac 
Biish Leoiii 
Bush Majgt 



THE OLSMELCH 



ss<; 



B 



US 



(Holliday Brca & Co), 



res -115- 



buque, la 
ne Zoo, res 



:n':->o 

S, student Ca.llanah Co lege. 

, teacher Franklin School, < 
iHth. ( 

teacher Longfellow School, 
Nlaple 



wks Diamond 
^<hr Jefferson (S 
te W, painter, 
is IB, ret 811 f 12th 
fustus, res 1*220 e Center 

O, qailp W 
$th. 

i he, domestic 1150 0th 1 ave. 
q (col'd)^ lab, res 1511 Pelton 



Point Laundry, 

d m 

res 009 Charles, 



litiiig &|Wood, 



res 1 10 Chest nit. I 
grocer | res -128 Chestnut. 
F, lab, res 34-i Pelton ave. 
(col'd),; domestic, res 311 Pel : 



)■: 



L, milliner Julius Mandela 
s 128 Chestndt. i 
mas H, ; barber rmk 323 Wal-| 



Burton iMauc 

baum, bd 
Burton The 

nut. 
Burton Willlilim (col'd), -lalti, res 31 1 Pelton 






'f 



mes Cj elk William Burzacott, 

3J0th. ! • ■' 

is Sarah, rep TM e Ws.lnut. 

\ WUliam, News Dealer, 
atipnery.Cigarpand Tobacco, 
, res 7^24 e, Walnut. 

removed to Newton la. 
(w|a James}, res 709 7th. 
tudent Highland; Pk College. 
im, pedlerj res 02lje (Jth, 
in P, !clk Merritt k Bush, re|s 



tl 



a:r 



s P (Merrit & Bush),' res l.">*> 

"(col'd), porter Uotkl Morgan 
el-, lib, bjlsn s N^rth, «»tli j- 

col'd), 1 labj ilia Fremont. 

las I^ljres^^th. l 

e (col'd). domestic 413 3d. 



513 Mulberry JStreet. ^Phiine 493. 



PRINTING COMPANY 



% i 




t. Jfjojseih, lib J 

1 13 W^A.^! d, St. Stf lio ncs, U. 



ITY MRECTORy. 



|j3usli| Sar 

" #^1 
-iiuslv.M'Pl 

1 ; .^»si| 

}Bashj\Vi. 

iBuslmell 
!' res 



Bushn 



i ! 






la 



4*^ 

BUHStlJle Jot 



BussVi 



r 



- 



J, shoemk 
r!les:J, stud 
Olark. 
Nil! Joseph P: 

\ccidenf l^sn 
hi 2 Youngerrnan jBl 
T (Bussed^ & S? ' 

4m W fBusselle 



vvssociat 
AcH'pcajte 



>US=llll 

Hussy La 
bussing I 
iu?sina WH- 



Sffftjot and.j^Villi 
5th. . !,' 
res 1770 4th. 
F^arp, rtls 1211 
fern, Tes 104jJ , 22d. 
Bussing \f Uiam, res 112? 12tr. 
feutchur Cmar 



editor; 

i'Sl.ty] 



iutin B!a:a: 



■ J 




n£al estate' 
or Park 



C.i 



ecember 



estate, 




F, r£s 

c|t|te C ( 

IjabDiMP^t 
rrisqn. 
, milliner J 

st, • ]■ '' 
awyer, bds 



iutiv. CfpAil^pJ. elk, rms.jlfJ: 

GrWnd 
Sutler i-VJ 
Inuieri t'hat 

.'.Park 

ktleiijMi 

($iiflemlhai 

Juilee p f iiii 
7h>^ 
Sutler ;E1o{i 

u r '#<fl 

(toiler ffirahj 



S 



res 

, ujui, 

*; Uth. 

fch,' re's 

ia,i student Hi^hjla^id fl^j Cob- 



les, died Jfebfua^ 
pitcher (ieArge, ' whol tloitr %&4 

f. l!Q»|k, : ' | '-,!■',; \ 
Butbiy Citjp'ije A, brickryr, res bl 
jtotclM Wfy (wuj Charie^.,4 s jt, 
totwiAnljlnry J, sergean^.bt pol 



y 13," 1891 i 



! 
Mandjfacturera of 



HIGH GflADE FLOUR 





t 



Bit 

I" 

Bii 

bit 
L ! 

' * *i 
But 



b^thSt 40$ ^. Walntf St 



er Robert, bds 71 (5 Mulberry 
er \Yilljam> watchmkr Harrison \n\v 
cor|?th,ires|same. j 
er, p Adair (^Iary E jljSutler, Lizzie 
dii:), 1 milliners,' 121/ (Tnli. ;. 

Reuben H (Butlin & Callahan), tfes 



I 

SYllhh: 

in & Callahan (Reubeb r 'H Butlin, 

D^vil N Callahan), com foe'r 20(5 Court 

av, r • ' -! ' ■ t , 

ell 1 Adam, v pres Begiebing-Buttell !<.! 
Piatao |Cp, 're's ^Ul 1 e iithl £ ^ 

ell jchn, collector, res 11)11 e Oth. /"5 m o 



er N 



H 

i 

( 



4tiy 

nfsj 

\vid F^ank)t 
ery 



22d. 

M n 

■ i 

ml 

8th 



list; 

es 
es 



? 



tuachetf Grant 



tarbeij, r ; es 



MaYine Co, re^ iltl 



KutlerlSuejE 
jWler Lute, 

Outlet JlL i \\ 
iJutlt-r :iar,v 



sutler aieliii 



, agt 



McGdr 




res 



3u cor| 

■ M ! 
|14 3d. ; 

^;,Vcpri 



jtudesnt Highland |P 
dressmkr, 



bdi 



iMent|Highland Tk ti> 



) e Ij.ciQust. 



•Biit 
Biit 

But 

anct 
Bwt ers 



Bui 







05 



incy.E (Wid A J), tes 1041) Capi- g 



a 

toi ku. • \' r \ ,J !" . ■ : ■ ^2, 

erfieJU D, agt jEquitable Life Assiir- f^ ^ 

Society, r^s Waterloo, la. b't? 3 

; elle; dresslmkr Li 11 an; Jopes, res ^ n *< 

v )th-ave. I j ' i g*S p 

amss M,- teamster, res 1115 Oth rt-S-s 



5»c c* 
2.p 



1145| 

ers 

ave 

Biders iWley N, tealmster^re. 1 ) 1400 Liocus.t, B'Q 3 
Butlers Sherman. G, lab, ?es 1145 Otli a\k g. 2 |L 
Buttkere! /" ' « ^ ' ■■ -"• ,,,] 

res 1 
Buttler 
Wor)< 
dttalph 



Carl G, mer itaifdr 207 Oth ave, rt ^ ft 
11) Patk. | 

oleth rjrbfjr Excelsior Bottling 
si resil2(j e Grarid avei •; ' . 

, Fjstltderit Highlarid Pk College. 

5 Ad^Ha E (wid Jay D), a|rtist, V 2 mile 
j of ywhiii 'Hill Church.' i ' , r 

Ed.',' arc Ay, pointer Holland & Nbw, 
resV-8i)2oh.-M l " .-\- 

Elina, ret li>54 Lyin. 

Mk riaMnet, rles 10a4 Lyon. . i . 

■^itha, 1 A' (fid Georg^ L), res 1211 
MuljhipTj. ,' | 

tt > M| : e A, clk,| ties 121 \ Mulberry 
ier.Hi ;d, cotlarrikr D M Saddlery Co, 
Ddsk»rae:e House. J j 

Con |l nirtl i L, shipping c^k D MMnti 




& S(i;; 



Ply 



Co.r^s 23d, sw cor Forest ave. <p 



u»- 



al. 



on bj.vid H, bkpr D 'M Mnfg & S 
jolyjcp, res 23rd, s w cor Forest av2. 
^Vati Gferirude, domejstic Nelson Hous<: 
;Byals DariellH, contractor, rp 4 Part 
IMats Jblii B, carp, res 4 Park al. ... 
njerly rCViJlialmj }%, motorman D MKR 
I ; t - Zq; : rfe s : 'l t'M jDe^' Moines. | , , 
yets Bapara N (iyid Job 
I «i jtrflan M E Church fa D |l& 






afbar^ N (iyid John HL rfes %.tnile M j 

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: MB0!Eira&] TMLOE, 

•■': ; ■ 1 ,llAVmY HOUSE/ 




in 



BYE 



DES MOINES CITT piRECTO IY 






G. L. OAHLBERG & CO, 

.STENOGRAPHERS 



AND DEALERS IN 

Remington Typewriters. 



S r ' s II u 



>bell. 
Mid- 



■■ Byers Caroline E, teacher] Highland Pk 
T^ College, rms '2nd, nw cor Douglas ave. 
00 ft! Byers J S, student Highland) Pk CqllJge. 
r ^ M Byers William H, trav agt, jes S-IS>hin. 
' Byor Gertrude, wks A C Motjint Brooifi Co, 

lea . ■ res 711 Lyon. 

JC Byrnm' Adam, teamster, res 
r i— J 2d eof e Oth. ( 

[ JlUj W Byrkit Charles E, editor antl propr 

fcQ ZI land Mechanic, bds 514je PUh, 

'< /gg'~ Byrkit Christian S, Deputy kecre- 
' « tai 7 of State, res 514 e jfth. i 

Byrne, .^v <.7.<v />V;v//y and Hfirns. 
Byrne Charles K, tinner Keith. Bros, bds 
«C 2(> loth. ! 

Byrne Ida A. elk Estey & Camp, bds 20 K>th. 

"^ Byrne Joseph F, removed to Ottumwa, la. 

Byrne Mvra, student l^rake University, rms 

•■•*■: Wl'.kl. I 

\\\ Byrne William P, laundryrrjan L M Hilj, 
rjr '" res 20 nuh. * I ■ 

VU Byrum Elezear E, lawyer,' ijes li)l)li i»th. 
\%\ Bywater Ida M, teacher Garfield" ; School, 
. *~ rms 12Trostel Blk, j. 

Bywater Mrs S II. music teacher rm I., 

Trostel Blk. | I ' 

Byway Jennie, domestic n s; Grand ave. 2d 

w of 2!hh i 

i 

CADV Charles, expman, fes i:!5i e Bu- 
chanan, 
Cady D C, agt Equitable Life Assurance 

Society, res Atlantic, I;:. 
Cadv Edward, bkpr T H Cad v. res.SIS Pine. 
Cady Edward J, tel opi; C R I ^ V Ry. bds' 

Hotel Windsor r - 

Cadv Edward, elk, bds SlS^Pioe. 
JTT Cady Mrs Elizabeth res, 10^2 Walnut. 
Vt Cady Frank W, teamster, res 170? Des 
\\\ Moines. j 

% Cadv Helen A, ant. res 1!>27| Cottage Grove 

warn 

m ave j 

\J^ Cady John P. carrier P O, res SIS Pine. I 

Cady Leveret t B, farmer, r|s Wt Cottage' 

Grove ave. j 

Cady Minnie A. elocutionist, res 81S Pine. 
Cady Thomas H, coal and ijime 31! be 4th, 

res SIS Pine. f j 

Cady William H, teamsyer JF H Cady, res 

142S e Fremont 



a^ f e, 1 



st 



CAIE 



1 ' ■ i 

Gage George L,i teamster, 



Cage James 
: ,24 twp 
Gage John 

State. 
Cage Th.om 

fe.r Co, 



H, farmer, 
'!) r "25 
i, lab f 



as T\ drive)- WJhiteiLineTra 



res 1W\ 



res se 



, , . f es e s Cliftdn! 
so of | Couijtlaijid Bbulevard. | I 



re$| e sj 7jtih, 1st so of 



11th 



Cahill Cliaijles, wks D M U RyJ resl?->St 
les E, splici tor! New York Li 



1 »s H, died Septemb 

ik d '- 

)th. 

Cahow Jan es L, wks Liverpoo 
Pkg Cd, res 1 >!)7 e Court i 



i>20'2< 
Caldwell ( 

Co, h 
Caldwell ( 



4 



th, 1st s 

kr -4th IS!,., 

lei, domestic sis Hi<kn»an aJe 

)th ■!:,-!..; i ' 



Cahill Chai 

[Ins Co. la L'oajn and dTrustjICo Bldg 
Cahill Edward E, carp, rcjs e s Kith, lstjii- 

of Dpu^las avk 
Cahill George W, driver; je s 1 

Hays. 
Cahill Jam 
Cahill Rac 

w'of !» , 

and D JM 
Jj>!)7eCi>urt a|ve. ' [ 

Cain.i.ft'f' 'a r st? tWd, ' Jvafoi mid + Canc. j \\ 

Cain ^Benjamin F, carp| r*s^I2-l lHth. i| 
Cain Cathiirine (ivid Robert), b| is 205 ViriejJ 
Cairns Jeremiah] lab, res : nw % sec 21. \\> 

i -'tjsku: |. -, jl 

Cairns Join, wks L Harbad i, : res Mil} 
| . Gram ave. i ' ' -j ; : 1 ;'■ 

Caldbeck A : m, ciitter Dak^id Goldman. r$ 



CaldwelK 
.Caldwell '. 
t' 1st n 
fCaldwell 



aroline, wks t) 
s JU2 w so*5th. 
"•irrie, wks D $ 



res 1)12 w so :5th. 



M 



Siioe I Mpf§ 



Shce Mnfg 



irrn^ .^12wko 



ng house, ws 
'::he Zoo, 



th. 



A 



res '•! 




oraE.dressnikr 
David Jrl, bqarcti 
)f pranz ave. ' ! 
)avid H, gate |kpr 
32iH)..':d'. 
Caldwell Elias L, teamiter, 

(lell. st e of e liith. 
Caldwell "rank E, drive:: 
res' I!- Peltpn Ave. , 
: Caldwell -Iarry F, wks D I 

l<51»dhio. 
Caldjwell Henry "S, judge I 
Court, {res Little Rock, A 
Caldwell fohn. waiter Mrs S 

rms 140 Chestnut. . j : K 

Caldwell :\ T pb* W. marble ctr,' rms. ■!•«> l'f 
CalcKvell Wm ;Hi; driver Whit.: Line.Trans- j 

fer Cp| res JU2 w so 5th. 
Calem Enjma, clpmestic 1'18.'J 3th 



Arrt 
M I 



res s s llv.b- 

j U 

Express do, 

ence Co, res 

S Circijit j 

E Hopewe 



Calhoun I 
[ 'CO'l 2h 
Calhoun 

; >Mpffi 

Calkins V 
, , nve, 



harles, cook Davit.. Evans, rps 



(fharles, lab (jarm(in & Schnlin 
Co', rds 724 2d] 
vfd tj, painter, res 
;t \v\o\. ISth. I 
Calljins l>ivid ^, assessor, res 

ave;. I ' * i • 
Calllins Ejlja, student Highladc 



HawKeye Steam Laiji^jH.'K 



ri s Franklin 
1407 Gr 
Pk Colie 



it.* 



dale & Co., Props. 




Calfyns ,Her 
iColleke, 
-Calkins ijla 

liege 
; a l{(Anni L 
lalllGeOige 
JaipiaHha 



ry G, student Hig 




., PAVING and 



it, student 



Higbilanc 






(wid An Ireiw}, res 2 

Nu trav-igi tesG21 l(t)i.. 




^iiGopdth.;; 

5 ftjnfg, 



es-j 
ron ; ©icybl 



tlM1 . T „. r - wid Johtyilris 1160'B( 
alfilVIaK h :Iir dresser.p n^ Fraqz, 
P'idg";. 
CallfWinnie L ! , teadher, 
CalllK .Elllswii'rth, teacher West; Side High* 
Bchofr <U«0?20th| 
Ken 

Go, % qf i ioth;. , , , 

CaH'WiriL,', elbpif^.res JH66 2Cth 

Callahan* An rew, eager iG4rver|Cpa|I Mine, 

res 1 [45 3uchar)an.i, [ \. : -l\ 
Callahan' foav id N ^utlin & Cailsjh^n), reis 

jni ifth". 
Callahan |atues labj res 808 ;e ]Vl4r xet 
Callahan James, collr Singer Mpfg po, res 

JL5121& Lfjcust 



ii 



bds ^onitoj* 



Callahan, r Jc in, fireman, 

■ Ho#- ■" iT /; 

Callabo.fi Marjy (wid! Thomas), feb 1032 

kydb'aiardavi- J " ! ' ! l ' ' 

Caliban |vii((|iaei J, 



.il> 



b&k Man i to) House 
Callahan' iNtf lie, student- High a id Pk 

..College. ■•'■' ! ! r L < ! < 
Callahan 
Callanan i ^£>lle jcfPle isapt, $w| coif [ 






( llth, 
berrj 

! , . Mips 
Callanan 

r i i 



1 



r 



\Y Martir dal Prts./j W A,Cn sinf 
Sed, Walter. -CriffiifT r.e*s' j \Sei. 



nlatrlirj, 




IN6 BRICK. 



B 



Rl|+INC MACHINE. '■jH* 

DJfS I^OjNp TY^WRltfR 00.',$" 

12 Ifourttj* StU I (Uh 

*«} DES MOINES, IOWA. A , 



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llison 
llisop 

is \y 
C^lm'us; 



vert 



V JB, itudent Higlhlaijd Pk College. H* 
William,; barker R B Cook,, bds 
cor 4th and Grand ave. 
, Myrtle, seamstress, r>s 1329 15th. 
Cf ter IV ts! Miry, res 7041 18t!i. .** 

^eriVrtjhu^bds^l^.Graidave. }Jj 

—-'■ "harl&s A, weigh,raarj Liverpool & 




JD\M Packing Co, resillO e 18th. 



734Y3j) r i f. J j . 
Home, MrslAhnaiH Maitinda 

lllOPfcasaiit. 

Callanan Jamc e, Jpeal Est&tk/ 30. 

301 jii s T.Dan & Triist Bldg, re5-28thj 

n^c(#\;oodlapdjaVe; 'j 1 ], "' , '; 
Callanan Jan zs E, elk 1 JarHesi Callimanj I 

n}s2%h, )i\v cbr Woodtand ave,. '' , ' \ 
Callanan'lMajtha C, pub Wo^naki's I3tand- 

aid, ires .! 3th, 'my cdr Woodlapdvave 
Callarjder Jol 3 M, 1 lik^r Toie I Btik ' res; 

.1|!0() th ■' ; ' 

CallqmderjfWi 
• re3 8W) sifte. ' t ' 
CaJlaVdriiya 
CalielniWlb,. 



ftve. 

'liani ]? 



irms.msi) 



Callender jLeM 



n^ i',)gr4c , ejr"803 ,Locustj 

FjT f^rinAr Jsef'V4iSQp J3t ib.M).| 

. „ , . situdent Highlahd.IJk College. 

Gallenclerpa:ius If (CallePdlr & Smith), 



Cai 



\bunger- 



tii : avq. | 
iS B, lawyer f 
, , res 13;" 4 8th. , 

;CallcH(}erKTh<iyas f |c)k E MUFreig'nt Ofn 

tw, Us id)? e W ; ashiu^tpn ajVe. , u 
Callei c|er Wi liamV'reS j60!}\Ve5tera ; -ave.i 
CalleiideriiVrliam t, lat.; jrjsl J07 Wash-i 
layi'. , '.';■ . .j' 
B* SiAltji (bir 



iqg^or 
Callein 




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qapp|BJkJ'.! v 



lis |F Cal 
awyers' 



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yert 

101-1 
yert 

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vert 

ve.j j 
y^rf John, (niner^, res 407 

^rt Sophia, dressmkr, 101 ^UGrantl ave 

Win Bert, ck Hnrlbut, Wat'd & ci, ! res 
.1218 High , f 



Dora wks Monger's] laundry, j res 

V2 Grind ave.i " 

Elnainan, carp, ires opp Jprdan 

church, Grand ave 

^a^rryj, miner, res 4|)7 s Hillk'ide 

hfillsidd ^ve. 



vi n 



~-„ High. , 

n jAhn, r^es 1213 High. 



4j 

(i 



vin J<ihn H.iab, res 1213 kigh. . 
alvin Josbua B, elk, res 121^ High. '■' ' , 
„a yin M.rs'$ara'h H, res 1213 High, j 
Cajwell /ilexaiider, lab, res fojot w s TtH. 
C^a well Charles, teamster, re? foot w sp fth. 
Cajwell]- M, :^ms 51'3 5th. 
Cai wellhVilliam G, trav agt.-^es 103fl[ 4tlj. 
Cajneron Albe-tW, carp, res !•'•:"' 
Bruce, wks Willian 






Ineron 
ssG 

Ca^neron 
put 
eron 

Caiberon 
1108 

Caiieron 
2028 

Ca 



rand ave, lst'e of Walnut Creek. ' J* 



y har|es S, waiter, res 



Dj|ni|sl F, lineman, 
S, wksD M.U 



meron 
! 2028 
ier|on 
!' Cainerbh 



C, lab Stone 



Roth; Us & 



!J20eofWai-3 o 



Dban 
Hifeh 
D6n 
Scott 

Dougjlas, lab, $ione )Pkg Co 
Scptt, ' ( • '? 

Flora, milliner, res[ 
H G, agt Equitable 
citejty , re|s IBuriington, la' 
Ciinerlin ' 



resmMtriifij* 

Ry Cd. Ires 2 P 

5^ 



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kg Cq, jreSj. 



CU: 




Corner d>n. 




Jamejs, driver, rms over 217 ) l r ty-fH ^0 



James L, wk3 The D M Leader,- 
rea 11108 Figlj. ' '| ,| 

Catieran James W, driven Anjericanj Exp 

Col Jms 1 217 Locust! 1 

1 - 1 



an I Wclnut St., 
Over CoQiIntuial 
Cjlotlil^ig St^re. 



Alt Work Performed 
I by the Moat to 
| prowti MetnM9. 



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E. D. Janes & Co., 



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DE8 MOINES CITY DIRECTOR T. 






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§Des Moines Piano Co. 

(Incorporated.) 



10 



^Knabe, R Winze, Sctiaeff6r 

^ And Other Pianos*] | 

| All Kinds of Musical Merchandise. 



o 



iiOT W. Walnut St., ! 
Opposite firkwoocl House\ 



Hi 

CameronMargaret.dressmkr.res llUSIhfch. 
a, Cameron Robert, painter, bds *>!'> Oth. ] 
S 42 Cameron Robert, teacher, res 10th se ior 
.g i|= Crocker. , 

« jte Cameron William!, lab llawkeye Mnfg Co. 
g e5> res K^lle st.i i 

g [^"Cameron William A, driver American Lfxp 
—* § Co, res 117 e Grand ave. ! 

S c Camp Frank J, elk J D Seeberger, bds 1?H*J 
=/«* e 12th 

J Camp Henry C. Expert Piano^Timer 
«"' "^ and Practical Piarfo Maker (575 l.)th. 



t/>\ 



as 



£ 4= 



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res same 
to j/i/<- lines') 

Camp James M, blksmith, res i:}12e 1" 
Camp John M. journalist, res S:ij5 17th. 1 
* Camp Sarah J (wid Win), res MOl e Wal 
nut 
Camp W L, student Highland Pk College 
Camp Win M, removed to Clinton, la. 
Campbell Albert, lat*,. yes 1*21 Chestnut. 
^^ Campbell Ttlbert L, Sec Central 
r— r Loan and Trust Co, res 17:50 4th. 

g>^j Campbell Alice, teacher Lake Park School, 
*"—"{ res Kuclid ave, 1st \v of 11th i 

Campbell Alonzo, teamster, res North, 
^> cor 1.1th. 

Campbell Archie, student Higl 

College. 
\ Campbell August K, pres The 

Heating Co, res Euclid ave iji- of 1 
q~Tp Oak Park. 

Campbell A S. student Highland 

lege. 
Campbell Cassius C, agt ■ la Depo 

Loan Co. bds The Kirkwood. 
Campbell Charles, res 440 Chestnut. 
Campbell Charles E, Asst Sec Capital 

Co, bdsJKKi Hd. 
Campbell Charles \V, lab, bds w \A> s b H 

ne Usee 2!) twp 7»'f 24. [ 

Campbell C C, special agt The United 
; State Insurance Co, res Stuart la. j 
g§ Campbell Clinton G. pressman, ires 141(1 
<— * Woodland ave. 

^=^ Campbell David, coachman, 18th s\y cor 
Brooks. i 

Campbell, Edgar E, bricklyr, bds 110!) e 
Filmore 



nw 

iland I Pk 

I 
Campjbe^l 

Hh, 



Pk fcol- 
nd 



IK ^t 

)sit kit 




Ins 



The "Good Lack" Sh<|e Store 



Cement Pavdrs and Gen'l Cont 

207-239^211 ^th Street 



'actors; 



(DAM 



1. 

imondj W, 
■ms 11(2 24 Ih 



(pampbell Edward, far 
17 DM 



;l\vin S, printer la 
4H> Woodland ave 
■s Ellen, \\ir.k(\ 
{lmer, ' paper hgii 
/e. 



Campbell Elmer A, 



Grand ; 



ve. 



Campbell Emma, sLiden 
College 



Campbell Ejverett,; student HJig 
College 

ijank, student High 



Campbell F 

Campbell Frank A J elk F T Cam 



i)00 :ird 
Campbell I 

Walnut 
Campbell F 



rank 'jT,! boots an;d 
res i)l|0 j*rd. 
l ank W, elk Younllei 



1102 24th. 



Campbell 1 

'Co, res 

Campbell ( 

versity 
Campbell G 

son. 
Campbell I 
Campbell I 

•Waldo 



red G, conductor D 



Camp 



res 1 10 
Campbell 

Cleanel 
Campbell [ 

versity, 



Campbell 
res l.ll 

Campbe 



geon a ad Dean 
lege, <;jl" 
(See left 

Campbell J 
Campbell J 



F 



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Campbell Edith, student 

lege. 
Campbell E 

Jewfet't 

ibe 

7 1 

Campbell h 

. Co, ; res 1 

£ kmpbell M 

pampbell L 

Grand a 



Highland PI: Col- 



bk kpr 



er, res 



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iwing \ 

(i , sec 



V Vl ^IH 



Printin'g 



r<js ")1(1 e 

is 512 e 



gilaijd Pk 



llai 



141(5 \Voodland ave. 
ieorge A; student 
rms 21lOJCottagd ( 
reeleyj tra^ agt, res 

arry, elk, rms 4'{I{ T 
[eater Co, A K Cam 
Campbell sec, 20(> 5 



irov 
101 



Campbell Helen M, dressmkf, 

Campbell H 
Campbell 1- 
Campbell 1 
M Pacli 



ibe 
h. 

Tin 



ool 



5 1 



J15 (ith 



3 4th, res 



enry, te.^mster, r^s 
erman, carp, res (JPi 
ioraqe'DJ clW Livejrlf c 
ing Co, i}es Highlanl Pj|. 
Campbell jlorace, trav agt, te 
aye. 

arrjes, physician, 2 
same. 
Campbell Junes E, printer P 
" ) lOtln. » 

antes H, supt Hyde's Carpet 
and Moth Extermii.ato" Co. 
ames S, student |)ral(e Uni- 
,_ V1 rms 1$K> 27th. '• ; 

Campbell J kmes W, [Hardware ).")() (5th, res 

[ «;):■{ i)thl 

Campbell J jmnie.l domestic 210 



d Pki 



aftdFkCol4 



bbe 1, res 

i 

Slides (51 15 
Bros, res 



M St R K 

rake Unit 
e avei 

Jefferl 1 ; 



heslnut. 



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1 pres; 



Lyon. 

j; Clay. 

on. 

andD 



ehyon; 



JOtli. 



r First-Class 



ohn A, cpnd D. M ^t R| R Co, 

I e Court ave. ( 

1 John »» Vetelinah; Sur: 
d Dean Iowa Vete -inary .Col; 
14 Grand ave, res lOp ':")th. 
s\tte lines and page r2j\) 
hn &\ artist, res "nw VtsecJ'- 
hn D. trav agt, res 721 ^y) n - 



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Camijb 
Campbejl 
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Mrjs J D, dressmkrlrejj TjBl Lyor 
Jolirf H, printer, rest 4\$ Woot 



ifoP, res f>20 e JV^4 

hn ,P, gardener i ! rtes Jne M 
; .. j i I . . M ■ > 

in W, elk U 9 Expire: <J Co, ret 



1701 iwob'djand avel 

l Joseph) S, student, fc lp?27th 
Campell|ydja A (vyid Davicf), (rea, IflftS 27th 



Campt 



Campbell 

mo | 

a Campbel \ 

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Campbel 

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Campbel 

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j Campbel 

i ■ -10th. 

j'Cafmpbel 

I .' sect! 

! Campbel 

; , 5Hh. 

{Campbell 

Co, 

Park 

Campbell 

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Campbell 
i Locus 
Campbell 
Campbell 

College. 
Campbell 

l|7th. 
Campton 



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cer, ,re:; 



IViery, cook Wood & 
Grand ave. : .J ''• ■ • 'I!' 
Mi;haeX elk Younger pros, re$ 

$4til '.1 \ i 

Highland; jPk Col 



M 0, student 



Ph lip 



l.lab^ 



laflti a\[e.- 
ichel (^vid 



>'ivt 



itf] 



Ijamels),. lies 



jRu aey,! farmer- res \v ^ 

lUvfp 70. ir'Mll!-,, ■" 
Valeria' J, metaphysic: a 



116} 



se H 

; ' ' 1 
,'ris 833 



Wfildoj sec Campbel JHtating 
is jEuclid avef w, of |0|h (Oak 



w M sec 



VVillard, lab, lids' e'^.n 

b?l, r 24. ■ ' ' ' 1 



Willet O. 



driver, -re's 



Qver-,2173 



William, res 1109 KM u 
Wijliam D,"student Hi:;Ms 

i j }'■;!" I < 

W lson l4, teamster, 



iiiam WJ« student 



lpusmeB.s College. 



Campbell 'jie\ 
Cja'itipnk|ld 



W A, 



Coal 



journalist 



Mining JC 
; ^enry Fi 



a* 



>G Has kips,, Pres 

Sec, ■] il | 0th.' 
jCanaday, 'Hv ^ /Jw Kennek\ 
wan'wl'ay I^eniy H, carp ires 100 e Wal- 



and Pk 



, John 
raper, 



. ft"- I-'l •: I I' -. \\ , 

ijand, .wv ( ,ijto>|C7tfi/ii Av//a and ff (hit. 

C;aneJKobit-t,!)rakem:m ( :ms 910 Walnut. 
jCanfifeld F|ank S, lab, .rfc; 105^ Ceu^ej. 
Carrfleld Ma #:, stenog SaverV Hofefc, res 

.- w\m.* '.. i i ■ .fnt- ■ 

Canfiild'john H, removed 'to jUt'o<in4 la. 
^nr|li ij^cyl student Highland Pk Col- 

^anme Co -pel us C, carp, res lQ02'f)th. 
prune |Geie,: nach Hawkye I^'nFgGo, res 
Jf (air Jgrcunds gate) ! . ; '! ' ( ' 
^"^iCiiiy.^wks .Capital City Woolen 

^liUs.fcs Sevastopol 1 4 -j 
-.anirt. Hecjbeit, lab Hawkey^' MMg Co 
. r*!s nr jijv F]air G rounds ga|ev |' I 



'Solid, Safe land successful 

* ' ''. (^eeAdvtj) ! 




lD^E(}!TQRli T . ' j CAlj* 

ase &, 



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N< 



Canine Jos^p 



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Stock in the City. 






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s| Fourth Streeitt 






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Mnfg qo,' res \ 3 
(P 



r . res ^ 
ll()2»lh 



Mnfg Cio.i^es 






i, lab.Hawkeye' 
vX gate Fair! Grpunds 
Cabine Margaret A. dressfnkr 
Ciaipe P: iW, machj Hslwkeye 

nr w gate Fair) Grinds. 
Canine Wjllis.m P,| student Dj M Cdllqge, 

rms 1401 Wasl^ing : ton. 
Canine Wiiliim 1 R, ca!rp, res 

nr Hariley. I 

Cafcirie Thorn is, driver Higginsi& GJDbn- 

hell; bds )18 Mulberry. 



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Grand 



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Cainam [61 n W, butcher, re^O^o 17lh, j } 
Ca{ion BdWi, wks North westiem Suspender l*^P1 

Co.rss 1C00 10th. . ' ! ] ' ^^ 

Cainon Johi E, painter, re 
Capnon Joseph, whbl flour ilOl Oth'I 'res 

823 Walnut. ' 
dainon Lie 7orest W, agrl 

lfelpih 
Cannon I|!ai y, -(wid William), 
rie} 1st north fit C R 



]Ca(|tril'The3dr;i,c N, potter D 
res 1025 (f rocker. 



:*2f> MJaple. 

''f 

implts. les 



alUy, s 

• Pl i y i • 

M Potjefly, : 




C.a 



iani. Tes 1008 Liyon 



aid, 



oat Housje,. John J Fitsgjr- 
Bluff, bet Renter and 1 




Ca|ptta^ qity Bottling WorUja, F 

.fcli Prop, rear .512 andlll Wal- 

S ' i' l ' ' 

C \ty Brick andiPipc [Co, 

G raham Prejs, J B McGofcr|sk ■ 

id Jreas,, 21^2 4th, j yard sD^s" 




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Moip^-i. iSte ptrgef2o) 
ajpital City Commercial <fol'- 

l *9?t ]>PP M Meh'an Pris, Willi4 m 
F Giessfii|ian Sec 008-610 
^cbr 0th c ve. {Set I 'ft bottom li 

ajpltal City Eleqitrfc JL4ght Co, 
dwa^ G Pratt! Mhgr; Williaih: \B T\ 



William*- 
Locust, 1* 
inei u\i({ 



effeij%£ 208 QtH. I^ 1 l^fcH 

pltal City Gaa Ufihtfco(Thi*7)fl» 
SamujJ T Bodine Pljes, Edwardi'C^ 





Iiee 
\vard 
apital 

WW 

H -i PJres and 

Vlnfrs 



Tfrfeis, Wm 6l'|tteffir Sec, 
Pratt Mngrl JU8 r^h.-./ 
it Y Manufticturiritj 



CltKrM 

Oiri r 



Ed- ft) 

^Co,-J 

i^ P'res, ii JbetUiler Vicerjjf 
:5ec] F Q Wheeler TiekJJi 
Bjljxcd PjaintsJ lfeoO Des Moinlk nj, 

2 



SHIETS TOiJOpEi 

pi ; m waltoT 



Golden Rule Clothing 

D. M. Johnson & Son 



House, "flflWiiAH 

-. (Sei Adyts.) 



617 l m/nutSi 



ft uj 1»8 

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DES MOINES CITT DIRECTOEV. 



< | The Smith Premier Typewriter 



IS 

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Embodies the ItIo*t Progressive 

Mechanical Principles. Pleases 

the Critical Business and Pro|Tes- 

«8 Atonal ITIan. Send for Catalogue, 

,^ or call at our ofllec. 

2; Smith Premier . Typewriter ; Co., 
■ r* < ' 

2 210 WEST FIFTH STREET. ' 

^ . — • — — rj 

^•Capital City Mills. C E Woodworth propr, 
^ e 0th. se cor Court ave. I 

Capital City Nurseries, C LjWat- 
rousProprfcliftoiiave.nrsocityfimits. 
/■ Capital City Oat Meal Co, J B Schuster 
^»J pres, Wm Aulmann \jce-presj ; J D 
^^ Whisenand sec, J W Geneser treas, 
f e 7th, s\v cor Court ave. 
Capital City Planing Mill Co, 
F A Percival Pres, H F Pefcival 
Bee and Treas, C J. Meerdinki Supt, 
Manufacturers Sash, Doors and Blinds, 
201-20!! Court ave. i 

Capital City Pump Works, 

Beckman Bros, Froprs, 220 e so jf>jh. 
Capital City School of Sndrt- 
hand, John M Mehan, propr, i Miss 
I - Carrie A Clarke, Principal, (H)SUilO 

^ f. Locust, cor Oth ave. {St'elcftbottoqi ynss 

iS £A and pa ^ 7/7.) ■ ' 

% Zl Capital City State Bank, Ambro- 
fcg c sine Holland, Pres, James A McKm- 

>n CO ney Cashr, e f>th, cor Locust. 
'"C O [Sk f<u;i' S6.) r 

' Q J2 Capital City Steam Laundry, E E ' Her- 
at 3 rin £ tS: Co ' P ro P rs - " ) '- >1 e Walnut. I J 
* 2: Capital City Watch Repairing 

W ± „„^ Pnnravlnn fn. R C Wll- 



< 

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iPIB 



and Engraving Co, S 9, JVU" 
£ cox Pres, R C Bolon Sec and, Treas, 
1. (ill la Loan & Trust Bldg. [ t 

S Capital City Wooleu Mills, Sheuerniann 
15 Bros, proprs, Sth. se cor Vine. j ! 

V Capital Clothing House, Block & H^yrhah, 
« proprs, 225 4th. ' | 1 J 

Capital Fire Insurance Co) \V 
■V \y Lyons Pres, J K Gilcrest Secj, |W|n 
I) Lucas Treas, Frank F Campbell 
V-Pres, Charles E Campbell Asst Sec, 
i;^ -nsitiu . 

~',y* Capital Insurance Building, -110 4th. 
Vfn» Capital Park, n s Polk bet e 12th and e lllth. 
i/'i Capital Park' School, l.'Uh, n\v cor Polk. 
'J mm Capitol Building, e lUh, bet ^bnd , 

<ave and e Walnut. ' j \ 

--, Caplan Louis, pedlor, 51*2 e Walnut, j j 

J jL Caplan Wolf, lab, res 120 De.s Moinss. 
J Capps Lewis M, collector, res 14fW .|t}i. 
Ui ■ Capron Clarence, student Highland Pk 
H jgi College, res H02 1 Hd. | 1 

mm Capron C A, student Highland Pk College, 
• rms IK)S Euclid ave.. 



Capron Edju ard S, moulder, rds 
Court a\e. l 



Carey John 



GAK 



Capron Smiith E, lab, res 
Carahtjr Baroey F, labia 

res 2l3 Maple. 
Caraher Frajk J, potter, resj 212 
Caraher Phi ip, machiD M 

Co, res :!12 Mapte 
Cardary Joseph, bricklyr, rejs 72( 

(Si D iyt) 



student 



14l)7 



1-67 1 Court ave, 
•irJeanitileCq! 



MapleJ 
Mfg 1& Suppllr 



Garden Gfeotge R 

College. ' 

Carder James D (col'dj.'lab,] res f22 Pari: 
Carey Daniel, driver, 
Carey Edwa :d B.res Hartford avi : nr Incjia 

nola avt) (S DM) 
lab res 



so Hartfcrd ave rr 



Co, res 



'4ofn 



Monro^, 
Highland P^ 



752 e Walnut. 



Carleton ktwtou E, clied July 

Qirleton Mi's Sophia, rms 125 E 

Carleton Turner, student Capito 

mercial College, rms 1^07 8 
Carlin Clin on C, printer, lies 8t 

BeckWith ave. . 

Carlin CronwelLC, bkpr The 

steact, res Sth and Beckwitr . r 

Carlin Oliv ;r C, printer The Ija I [omesteald 
. bds c|or 8th and BeckWith a /e.| ( 
Carlin The mas P, student Highland, 

College, j v[ ' 

Carlisle ^\T, agt Equitable Lif( Aisuraoc? 

Society, res Misscjuri yalle; ' L. 
Carlisle Harvey, lab James Tlllrnlon, sjv 



Indiaho.a ave (S D M).i 
Carey John L, pres,' res 714; 7th 
Caringtonj p enry (tol'd), rms OOf 8th, 
Carkins Fannie, domestic, • 102 llth. 
Carleton Addison, lab, bds e so 30 h, 1st n <j)f 

Hickman. 
Carleton Dudley B, res 752 e W ilnut 
[Carleton Eric W, res 125 Des M Dines 
Carleton Fi^nk P lt bkpr Bloon field Coil 



! i 



27th. 181)1, 
2s Moines. 
City Corp- 

h. •:, 

.1, n w-cor 

■ ! 

/ r ! I 
la Home^ 

ave. 



Carlson 
. Coal 



tol ave 



Carlson 
The 



yv 14 sec 21 tp ^8 



- 1 t. 



;s se !i sec 

ji 

Iowa Busi- 



Carlisle Jasper, farmer, nw Vt ? X 20 (D yj. 
1 ■ 1 . - 1 ' 

Carlisle Joseph, fruit grower, r 

"IS (DM).- ' 

j Carlisle Margaret, student 
i ' ness College. 
Carlson, \Stc also h'arlsen* 

Carlson idjlpn W, carp, res rje xrj 1 OpO !*Ui 
Carlson lima, domestic 715 1() hj ! 
Carlson An ahda, domestid S5H 5th. 
Carlson Anirew, lab, rear|0;}9 3 2d. 
Carlson An irew E, res 1540 Lyon. 
Carlson An Irew 3 , lab, re^ 154 > Lyon 



Andrew W, bkpr M iple- Gr0\1e 
and Mining Co. res JpOO e Capi- 






A) idrew F, 
K: rkwood. 



L 



R L Pbl)c&Co, bds! 
Carlson Anlna,. elk, bds lbOl e Oth. 



W 



Las Vegas Hot Sprife Reac ^ onlyb ^ tt e "Santa ft Route. 

r p I : f i (SeelFroniFI}' C.) 



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Carlso'n Annji', domjistl 
Carlson 

Carlson 
Carlson 
Carlson 

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Carlson Ghai 



Carlson <* 
Carbon 



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.Carls mi H 



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Carftoh 

1'CarlUn.t 
j . Co, pas ') 
j Carhori pnar 
! fesliSe 
ICarllon Oiar 

PacHig' 
■Carlson Ciar 

res<V22e 
i|urlsqn C lar 
Carlson C lar 

Parfcavei 
Carlson (J lams 

car £ atdl 



Ann;i, d.ressmkr, „ 7 „ -._. 
isnnk} domestic |41G. el 16tfi. 

t» I linn t : 9I ■ Jin * 

Ab^ii'B, res 423 e Lqjcustjj j 
Aptoii, editor The jfevi thi6d, res 

...jpth; i.: : i • f Jj jT ;■ - i 

Carlsop A f ugi.st, lab, bis 142<j;eMidr)anan. 
darlsoh Ajigist', shcienlkf, B H Coining, res 

1: bjS*? .'■ i'/l [I a|| jii- -I 

Carlson AUgV^t A, section' forema^i C & 
.,,-■ \V^ R, res Cll) e 24- || ] II j !/ 
ClarlsofiKugite domestic 7B0 lOlJi , j , 

Carlson Augustus, miner, rms!l24hri$pardi ! . 

. T r j ' ° -' ; i •• j • ■ -i' '■ I ' ! ! 

Carlbop -. Vj igt stusi_ mine}-, res w s 2[)jth, 3d 
' ,n \V|a>hi igton ; ?ivel ; i 'j| ■ . I ; ' | 
! Ec ward, JwWs Liverpool! and D Mi 
'PacHhg "o, res 1540 e iiVonl} -. 

Carlson ^ F, driver] Blooimfikld j&Cc.j Co, 
•! res rjr 1 B b'omfi^ld Coal ■•JMin&i 319 w 
4tha.nd40o , e\ValHt. jj [| J r 
Carlsop jVpdi)^\v. J, iabl res rear GjclO 2d. 
domestic S>30 '4kh|. i ; ' 
es, rep 12lke'C(k:tejjr. ; 
fes ( res 30th, neijcciriStaite. 
es, l4b J)!M ! Mfc%& ^upp.ly 



es, miner, res U 



es, p 
12 1st 



Kratzer 



s, sioepikr EfjjM 
Shepard: 



shoemkr A 



41 



i j 



n 



> Liyerpf} d1 a|nd D 

1405 Walker , ] 

' ' " * KVelday, 



n C;irii tirka, |vks Hotel 
n'(fcimt ?ia. J, 



, age Gri|o vi j aye. 
Carlson felnill' died 



Carillon ^ nil 
Carlson Enil 



lab, res 111 



:^s J, fireman, .rjtjs CJ|iil{on nr 
gardener, 



larles J, JabJ T08'e 
iar|es J 



)7 iTCourt a!ve 



ffi 



«T 



miner, fims'l 
3\ teams 



;j. 



ses.m 



-W 

i . 

5.F 



arriage 



|p|)e,p, 
lind D M 



supt Eurpka jFuej <f!o,K 

t aW . •: .1 1 'i 



k 



sires*!; rfhs 1 )6i Gott- 



August' 



:er, res 



i. P|6f jVVasiington. 
Carlscjri p-nna, domesjtc, 7i5:5t! 
mnia, dolmestic 1022 : ... 
Carlson lffoiHa, domes ip \\lii <M 



res!j3Clth nej 

i t 

Walnui. i . 



[ ifveWthfig ,olf Uerlt' in thft line of ijibor 
£ av ng O fee Devlcoa. . , j T 

1 ] J.T.BEANU&.StateAgt. 

'PKSMj0ir<ES,!lOWA, 



prKEcjroEY., 




1 - "nr »» 



.^HTntIH 6 / 

.', ."jog -- fioa /' 

LOCUST s> /■ 
.. Dl.SMOMES ,'i 



COl 1 



dre.s^m&j!|res] 33? 4th. 



24j ShBpard, 



ni ' 

w jj20th, 



2d 



Garlbdnijn'Sa'cTilwtecllerl & iCfculd; res 1 

CarliaqV Eval wksj ^Nformari 

Carfe)^] fcjrar.k 
Clra'nd.avb. 



wks JW or man 

►, bds 0^) e 2d| j 
(Buck Bros Co)| 





Cirlsoi 



ti 



cok* 'it 



Pampilels, 
! Laif Briefs 
i Bidn 
Society Prinli 

Everything. 

(See Injiex to Afivta.) 

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m 



Carlsop 7redirick, lab la Pipe & Tile ,uo, 

j reU^e 5th. ; | 

Carlsop '"redbrick, miner, bds Pike \&\ 

J of B oqm field! mipe. j 

Cirlsda] ? ri;tz driVer Emil Stenstoni, I'rns ; ■ 
^ ■■>-- j . ■ " ; ' } ■■ 

Cirlson-G Frederick! fab, res Col 2n(l. ! ; . ■ 
C^sohi ianiiah, domestic 1CJJ31 Oth, 
Cafrlsop parry, .carp, res e IGarfielrJ, ne 



thl 



o^in 



nw 



421 



Cajrlso a Herman, mineri Bldomfield doal 

ci. 

, ,__.,._._, ...)9th. 
C^|rlsoi ^i|Id.a, domestic e Arlington, 

cor (}uthrie. « 

Cajrlsoa di, loraestic 1004 e 
Cajrlsoi amejs, wks L Harbajch, r^s 

Ldci.st,' 
Calrlsoa ane A, treas M^ple Orove doal & 

M n ng < p! res 1 31)0 Capitol ive 
iC?jrlso i enn. e, domestic 120^ Locust. 
arlso^JolhE, driver, bds ,13ft) e Walnut. 
a,rlso a ol|n, lab la Pipe and Tile Go, 

8 < 5; : r h -.': ■.■"■. . _. i • 1 



lab, bds e Elm se coi 



i 



Garlsoi olpn lab, res 011 e ^hd. 

Girlsoi ohn miner Eureka^ Fuel do/^res 

40 
Calrlso i 



M 



res 



2 



i:Jth. 



s6Vt.fi. t ., w 

Jojhri ' A, carp, res e Garfidld^ ne ^ 



lo 



P ANO. tu 

Qf lirWEkTY 






/, 



^jiilsoa, ohnlA, woodwkr, res' e Map)e,[bet 
. , ■ . 5t l j nd ( »th. . ■ ' ! , :. , _ 

tjarlsoi I ohn Ai miner,, res 5!^3 e so'^nd. Q 
dairlspi ! al n F, elk Chkrles Hewitt, resrfiol f 

ejfnLp ; r ■ ' j]| T ^ 

Gayisbi bhn P, ins andsteamshifj tk^23 oJv 
■;- 'e tcc\kt. I ' f 

Ca^lsoji >|iAs, res l^p Shepird. ' ; ' - 

Gaillson Lduisa, elk, res e Garfield. | Q e cor 

|" 5th. ; j' 1 ' .;•/::' ; : ! r 

Carlson 1 ;Lo|Ui:5a, domestic 1030 21st. 
Carlsop Lucj', c^lk Chas E Risser <S: Bro, 
,! res (Jaffjjld.icpr 5th. 1 . >', ' 
Carlson' 1V^y. domestic 1 1001 Arlington 

'*$■"■{') J.- ■ ' ' : ; I ■ ■ I 

Carlsop :^tij da, domestic, 1302 jflth ^ve, 

(^ajrlsoi ;^fllsbn; \vks SH Worcelste-, ;res 

129 J)bs iklojhes. ,»' ;. ■ ! | 
Ca|i*lso9 kelson F, carp, res 107 e l«hJ • 

. i'l : ' ..' '■•; I' . { i 



; / . . ■ . ■ j 

rUh^R and >«/ 



ACTICAL HANC 

QuarbniiB* Flrat r Ola is Tuning 1 andfUepalrtntf i 

olflPrlb^ e^9^. l5th8t. t T^I©phoi|e707. 



HI' i ' 






Merchants Trade 



mo 



OAR 



DES I\M 



1INES C 



Oes Moines Piano Co. 

(Incorporated), 



Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealers in 



cS 



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PIANOS _ ORGAf 

: ' And Genercl Musical Merchandise. 



NS 




407 West Walnut Street. 



iter, res 




Carlson Olof, cnal miner, rms 457 je 2nd. 

miner, res \v s "20th, 2d u 
ave. - ' ' 

Carlson Oscar tl\ wks Liverpool and D M 
Packing Co, res e s Herring ave, 1th 
so of E, as top Boulevard. 

Carlson Pejer. lab, res 52.' 5 e soj(> h 

Carlson Peter 0), wks S II Wofces 

: ' USl 7th. ; j [ 

Carlson Sophia (wid Charles), res 142*i e 

! Court ave. I 

Carlson Victor, 'domestic, ll.'SO 12th. 

-Carlson Vena, wks A V Nelson, j bds 120 

* Des Moines, 

Carlson William C, carp, res Garfield, tie 

V cor 5th. ' ^ ! 

C'arlstrom Mary t , domestic 1214 Fluchanan. 

Carlton E W, elk Redhead, Norton, La- 
•throp A: Co, rms 12.") Des Moines. 

Carman .S: Schmitt Mni'g Co, Philip Schmitt 
pres, 1-5 S Henry sec and treas, furni- 
ture mnfrs, 101 to 10!) 2nd. ' "' 

Carmean William A, elk J E Cbkenower, 
rms 52."> Walnut. 

Carmean William A, student Iowa 
Business College. 

Carmef Addison 0, student Highland Pk 
College. 

Carmichael C C, student Highland Pk Col- 
lege. ' | • 

Carmichael George C, carriage trimmer-] 
; S Jennings, res 1 125 -1th. 

Carmichael George O, notions U21 e 5th, 
• res 1025 e !>th, 

Carmichael William, notions, 
cust, res same. 

Carnahan 1) Gi'lmore, elk S F 
rms MarquaTdt Blk. 

Carries Oliver D, Gene-al Agent 

William Peering Co, tk)3 Court ave, 

;., res 2S11 Cottage Grove Ave 

Carney Mabel E, student D M College, 
. rms 1000U (ith ave. 

Carney, siv <:i's<> A\\:ni:y. 

Carniman Hyman, pedler. res 
Ca'olan Mattie M, elk Younker 
., ' 1121 Mulberry 

C3>olan Stasia, trimmer M Riejgelman & 
■ ? Co, bds -1121. Mulberry. 




TY DIBtecTOR^' 



1 e Lo- 
Stewart, 



)12e 2nd. 
Bros, bds 



3rd anjd Coilrt Ave. 



i 



PHONE 470. 



CAR 



Carothers Francis S, physician, |ovei| (iuu 

Walnu -j res 2010 Pleasant, 
CarothehHsnry, res 21J0 Pleasant, 
Carpenter Anna, bdg h, res 01. 'i 
Carpenter David N, carp, res F 
Carpenter Fdwin M, lab, res 7t 
Carpenter, Flla, dressmkr, 125!) 
Carpenter Ftta, domestjc l.JOO 
Carpenter rrank.i condi D 1 M Si 
j res' 102 > e Grand ave. < 
(Tarpentir; George E, cik J D See 



10.') 



e 



Carpe 

1 Dra 



1 



ritdr George 

r^e ;Jrtfvei]sity ( res 



th. 



Carpenter George H, printer, res 



merger, res 



HJgh, 

JefferBon t 
i)th. 
th. 
liglL 

\< R C(|, 



OKI High 

Chancellor 
Kingmaa 



ave. ; {fc. pa^-s JJ4 and ijj .).} 

Carpenter!' George W, farmer, les ne cof 
see 1 20 tkp 70 r 'jl. 

Carpenter!,! bracel G, lawyer arid nicjtary^ 
\m -5th, res! 1114 Walker 

Carpenter; J snnie, domestic -120 H 

Carpenter J .nnie'E, librarian Dr^kje Uni- 
versity, res 2404 Kipgrriah ave 

Carpenter _ ohn D, treas Merciants 

Ban -cars Mutual Insurance Cp 
: Kingman ave. 

Carpenter Orpha L (wid V^illarp) 
1th. ^ [ 

Carpenter (j)scaF (j), drugs! 01)2 Fremont 



res 



302 



; same 



and 

s.2t<){ 



ifes 



Mill 



Assur 



Carpenttr '?, agt Equitable LifeJ 
anct Society, res Oskaloosa, la 
Carpenter Thqma^W, foreman I> M Union 
I freight louse, res- 752 10th. j 
^afpenttr William D, student D $1 fTollege ' 

.. rms lmri 12th.' 
Carpenter 'William! F (Kuhii & C|ilr^enter), 
I res 151-i Grand ave. j 
Carpenter V' S F, cond D M St R 
Carpenter "Styilliarrj ED, custodian 

Stattj House, r<*s liJ.'Je 11th. 
Carper Adam S, ^uktbd'ian Sta 
Dept, res F528jejdrMd'ave, 
Carper Emmh, domestic 1021 Ceiit^r 
Carper Julia E, elk, res l»%$ e G 

Carr Adclphus G, driver J H Qt sal 

bds St h, se cor Park. , , 
Carr August, coachman 1044 Oth ive. 
Carr Byijen, fireman] res" 1J20' Mulberry. 
Carr ! B Frcjnk, removed 1 to Eagle Grove, la 
Carr Chaklbs W, tr|iv agt, res 12 J5 ilthh 
Cirr Da'rpV, lab, res p05 e so 0th 
Carr Eunliie, domestic, res 402 e 



R Co. 
low:} 

e ; Supply 



auc! 



ave. 

l& ck 



W D Con: it A Co 



W SHORTHAND 



v_.tj.if t-uiiau-c, uuniusiiL, ico -n/w ^ 

CJirj- John H,| fireman, ires e'encl ' 
Carr Julia R. elk, r l m> 52H e Lociji 
Carr Mil ie| M, steno 

1 res 1022 River. [ 
Carr Nettie, domes^ici Centra Ho 
C-irr William lab, rms 204 \<i 
Carter Wlliam H, removed 
C.'irter Willi am H, carp, res 



sc? 



so 



st 



ay 



th. 



it 



-iATTEKp TH r 
CAPITAL MTY SCHOOL OF pHOBTMtiD. 

$onl Sixtu Js|) I ocl'st Sijs. | '■ ' ' ( See A-vtJ' 



or. 



use. 

f' n V 
lb Altoina, b. 

20 t liith. 



(Tarrtfl , . ,, ^ . 

C arr^U F an c M, oik governor's* (blflb 

Carrjinjjtcjn EdWardF iWj > 

^' Circulation of Thje Dejs 



rrns See >urge 



Carhill ]<j 



Carr< 



rjs ! .)il;) 



m 



ale Driiggi stjs 




rJ0 7t 

(poltrfl.'vaiW 



Leader, tes 1-" 

i WOOCl, 1 " L 11 ; 

CarriiigtoQ Samuel, h.b Capita 

sufies.' ... 'j' J ) 
Ca/r-ingtoh Villi&m, vipeij C 
CarriL.E £, : tiident Highland 
Carri^Vjjllif.rn HUTirffberil 



$ m 



Caridll Fran <, : clfc, rrris 7lj)th Otrf. i. 



painter, 



WWRy 
I "ollegel 
: Carris)| 



Ires' 123|eGJn. 



Carroll St muel E, removed to Pirrjkla.. ] 
Carrojl TJioiias, res M 7th. 1 h 

CarlrpU Tjiiqi ias, jbds jtourp hy He \xt i . I, 
Carrgll Tfliotias J.j'res^ 11(5 e so ;o h|', ^ 

Carroh Frank, wks Kratfcer '. "Carriage Co, 
<,r^l|22.f>d(SDM). '• ! , ' . 't 



n F»ank, J, miner Coon -Val eV 



uivi j, unuci vuyil iVal 

u Hillside aW. v |! 



Carrcjn!j(j)Jin ( fmink, xek\p^ 2M& t> M). •/ 
arrcffijikiniflr, res 1*22. 2d (S D ty '.'; / 
Carn" V Ft te j|B, \k b, rms 222 2tfp>D'M)» 
Carrcth.4> lldwark-M; lurj(jh[ iOft fthi j* 
CarrQth'elh ^yilliamson.iinfc] res '> 11 10th. | 
Carrutherfe lljlgar! Reaper hgr it:, ■■1009 
Higl|. ■ I , i : \ |l ! FP H ! ^ 

Carry Jo|p,,|fib C^piial City Brifk (fo, re 



111. Mar 



m 



ilk, bds 717 MJul ]erry, | 

1201, 
Carson 



M 



Car^o 

Carson 'FHd 
CarsojiGl 
■'(■',. S-njut. 
{Carbon Wiebri 



Carsoh Ge^r^ia, s 

je/yValh 






n H, printer Ofi 

k»WcQ,je5(K 

.'Caijspn'NJadifop H,' catty, res 



C)ai(son Stje 

j res 1 'J; 

^ar^'o'n W: 

i ': ,,: .'^^p 

Canwn \Vi 

ii'es S;]f 



•) 



ki ave| 



ford aVe. 



taMress Jacjop| ybf 

•erryy . '[[' 

G (w id Samuel) rd 



;r ( bdsj 
nfe H sec 



ni-{iG 1 ,dress.rnkr], i re$ |B!! 
d.;ptudjAtHi;^h#d!jPj J 



blnu . : 



fV, cl!c; rfes 
plasterer, 



^ 



in 

A" 

■!■ 



MCo 



J 



hi, teacher. 



iSth. 



1 Eirri, rheat 




lliam II, fairmei- 'rei t 
ffr2.?.' 1 fll. ] 






(t4rsor Wi 

rss i^redbrlc 
j84D J,J 

. re ; * 4l 



C^rss JMak 
13 :h 



C 
C 

C 

C 



L PAID $15), 000, 




RJeajl l j|Citate 9 Loans 
Municipal Boinds 



and 






rss 
CJ£ rtef 
O'c rter 
Cinrter 



res 1 



linn E; elk W C Carson.ires 
th. 

:fc N, wks Jarres Carss.jres 

3th{j ;i . 

CB, City' Engineer Cit 1 ' 
m|M, eivil eng neer, rJ3s"'-8-l!i r 



' N l^am Ij,, etgineer, r js 849 13th- 
AmtSci, carpenter, res 10U .'}([. 
AnraE, elk, res 320 e 12th 
3a It , student Callanan C 




Clarter 

P^rj|'$) tod mills, 22l Court, 
Orter|CiiarliiS (X ;student I rake I 

sijy, bis 'l.'jprath. 
^terjC a^df, qlk John G Wafer, res 



H, physfcian, 
7 |Woodla,nd,i ave. 



win 

in 



■"ter E 

■rek ... . r 

: rterjEllij W, mach Mason Hand 

€^>, rp: 4 IS) je Granjd ave.. , , 

rter dec rg 2 Ai (Carter Bros Co), ies| ; 002 






Carter! I(ir|k, student Callanan Colle le? res' 

Carter j.niei; S (Carter & 1 Hussey), ! r$s| 
WoodLind ave, sw cor 23d. [\ 

rterjjiiiTJjs S jY, student, .Ires Woodland 



aye, ^>y qor 23d: ' 



j 



I'ltw. 



5 2( th 



Co (George A, 



Yoiilgeriraii 



407 W 



. 



h= 



rial], 

j 




M 



allege. 



Ray :3 sand 

av'^. 
niVer*. 



4'^th. 
alhut, 



L^the" 






in:, res 00J) Cherry, j 
Topi Fj printer 'Iowa Printiiig Co, 

,2!ir>th. i it I f- T * 

llilflla Jj rms riCW.dJand av«f. \ 
Milioi ; t Salesman,' btlfl 1331) d J)th. 
t4rt J er 1 Ferry S (Carter BrisCo), res !i33i) 

'e?tJi:'j ■ ■* \ I I ; ■ ..I",? 
Faadel B, farmeir, ress 1311*4 Wal- 

.1 ! r ■ ; . 



s* 



ajjmond B (Garter 

e|Vtii:--~j : 



Bros Go)j res 



Sampson (col'd), re^ ^21 Schcol. | 
Shepherd & Co, E B'l Fox a jt f) 102 
Isc.-l2tt:' :•■ ' - .'" 

Stella A.-clk, res 32l)(j 12th. 
Wnju jcarp-, res 8L^ \yM k er.' 
\7ra, "miaer Goori Valley Coil Co, 
; "iO"! .Hartford ave.(S D M). ; 
Wrci (col^d), waiter iTie KirFwood. 
ii ;! . ■ • Mt 



0TTHELL 



[ELL 4 MMSEIL, 
Block, 208 W. Fifth i St. 



? 



n 




Proctor Goal Go,, 



Miners and Dealers 



inei 

Cor. 13rd 



^02 



CAR IJE8 ; MOINKS CI.TY| direOtobly 



ALBERT L 

510 Walnut 




£ l&uildefs' * Hardware ! 

-*" S Woohanlos' 

5 S^ii CUTLERY A SPECIALTY. 



p 



)£> garter Wm H, carp, res 32<j> e 12th. , 
p» Carter Wm H, lab, res 747 iS)th. 

' Carter Wm'H, miner, res J 515 Hartford 
$5, a\fe(S DM). •[•,.. 

r>s Carter cS: Hussey (James S Carter, Tacitus 
. Hussey), printers and [stationers 310 
'/IE « Walnut. j 

■ ■*•• Caruthers Edward, paper hgr Woods, Bib- 
bins & Co. " j 
JCarvellJM, student D M College, rms 

H 140") Washington. ■; 

CarvarE J, student Highland Pk College. 
Carwile Hannah (wid John S), res lpo 22d. 
:- . Cary [Alva A (J C Springer & Co), fes 1 140 
111 ~Mth. 

'■-,■■■■ Cary Cottage, furn rms, 1st n"w cor Doug- 

Ulas ave. 
Cary "Mrs Minnie J. elk I] Si Pension agt, 
- ^ res 1102 High. j 

<^^fc Carv School, e Court ave, ne'eor 12th. , 
l (^T Cary Wm FJ. res H50S Washington. . 
.^^^ Casady Charles, lab, res 15147- Des Moines. 
.^^ Casady Henry, died May 'ilst. IS!)2. 
' MM% Casady Jamies M, student llowfa Bttsi- 
^Jfr ness College, rmi 551 ( <>th. 

Casady May, domestic 32.'( Locust.; i 

* Casady Minerva (wid JoHn W), ; res 15:57 

Crv l|)es Moines. j ' ' ;' 

M Casjady PhlneasM,'PresDes Moines 
\f Savings, Bank, res 5th, so cor Park. 

, (\^pa^go.) . 

| Caslady ^imon.CashjDes Moines Sav- 

Wings Baink and Treas pes Moines Loan 
f z; nd Trust Co, res 70S 5th. {,S t \'/nigt'Qo.) 
Casady William E.'car inspr, res n s Des 
Moines, bet 17th andjlSth.' 

* Casady, s t r-a/so Cassady, {asidy, Cassidy. 

' #J% Case Albert R, real estate! 7 Seeburger Blk, 
'- W# res 11)53 8th. 

Case Carlos, Kv M S, res SIS 13th. 

Case Carrie A, elk LTrepinier, res 12305th. 

Case Far ron, loan broker and, real estate 

M0 Walnut, res 743 'i7th. . 
'Case Frank, bricklyr, res) 310 \v so 4th 
Case Harlev D, removed 
Case Henry L, farmer, ' 
Case Howard, conductor. 
Case James D, res SIS 13th 
Case J I, Plow Works, Jj B Voiose agt, 217 
Walnut. 



M'Lob 






ft 



to Missouri. 

es n\v \y sec .'52. 

res 1230 5th. 



i j i 

Gase Lettia {Misses Case and 

res jtl|l eth a\'e. i ; : i ! 
Gase Mary A, dres^smkr, res 1 IK 
CJase Nathan! T, propr Spring Hit 

nw kscjc jl)(LT). ■ 
Case Ward G, solicitor' Carter 



IOWA SO 

lUst. 'Php 



CAS 




If Jcitii. • ! 

.1 Nursurl, 



Case cS: 



res [Wfoddlankr ave, sw cor. 



Lawrence Misses (L 



Lizzie Lawrence), notions, 414 



&i HusseV 
elilii Case. 



( 

17 



th ave,: 

p w 



Coll 



ege. 



(tasebeejr Idscar H, trav agt, ; re 

Casey Anna J domestic (J3(i 17th 

Casey Niaryl student Highland 

(pasey Patrick, lab, res 201 e so 8th[ 

tasey Fatjrick, wks Scoville PPi mbing Co, 

! res 123. e (5th,! 

Casey Peter J, engineer, res 1(>02 Grand ave 

Cash William, larj, res 307 Rad:opi 

Casidy, sty a /so Clissidy, Casady\ Cassady, 
fcasner FredericK, whitewashed, rjs 1(|'2 
! Brooks, 
jasper H H. agt Equitable! .We 

auqe Society. 
Casper Louis C, boots and shde'd; 
ter, res < <•> I 2th. 
asper Louis F.qljt LC Casperl ies775 12jh. 
brklayer, re* e Rjiccoqn, 



asper jMichael, 
1st w ofj (Uh 
Cassad> CHarle^l 
Ohto 

Leon y 
1401 Wa 



Cassad 

! rm 



I 



F. bricklayer, re;s KJ3; 5 
M Col e|tej 

URy 



, student 

hington. i 

,Cassady| W E, c^ inspector D| M 

passady Henry, kres," 1549 Mapk 

.Cassady, fi'tyt/so tihsady, Casidy !■ Cass id] 

fcassan Cora, res sw cor e Railitpail ave^nt) 

i»th ' ,' '.".', 

Jennie, defmestic T t) [Russell, \t$ 



Cassan 

i 1 41 

Cassan 



1 Walke| 

Oscar, lab, res 4 1001 e Rtiilroad aii 
Cassan [William,! tab, res 1001 

av 
Casselbjerry Thonias J, wks?C 



i^im R, wks C 



res! (120 i 12th 
CassellerryjWil 

res 1517 e 1 1th. 
Cassidv, srA a/si\ \Casadv, Cass 

( (i\siuv\ , ! , ' , ' 

Cassid} Alice, ck M Riegelma|n fc Co 
Cassidv Augustipjj, carriage t 
:J0| Hillside five (S D M). 
fcassicly Buj^y (\v[i|ct Frank), res 



CassidJ Chkrlesj sho^mkr Johii Rogers 



Soli, 



res 'MM Hillside, ave {'.I V M). 



Cassidj- Frijnk. irkv agt C St 1'^ K C R;.'. 
re3 <)4f2j Hd. j j 



Cass 



;idy George) jrav agt J 
res K520 Arlington ave. 



a 

'p Arlington 
Gajssidj- George, y pres Crown 



SARGENT & GIFFORD 



Cassid 1 
Cass id 



ree 1(520 Arlingtqnjave 



41 



' Joseph, ijemoved to Dc 
LaSvrence, lajj, '*'" 



2W 



/VHOL 



L7th 



res 7 1 



ESALE 



) 



Assii 
^KSCcjnJ 



e Railr 

& In w rt>i 



ad 



idw Co sin. 



iinmer, ["(is 

i 

1 OS Center. 



Seeberge 

Mnfg C 

nve'r, Col. 
e so !>th 



HA' 



street, rphohe. 08 

^ \ l" j 




IAS 

Ca9BidyifK*th4r 



I urer N'eyjEnglfndj 



res- 



CaM 



1 Alfccs rider H„ tk\mei\ res Ejro 



\vooc 



Ca'ssil Janies 



djs, ^jjmil 



""I 28th 



'N 



1 



'.S>, 



res s 

I 



4/2 £/<?•/ w 



i — i 



i I! 



sis'tan ':■ 



l(o;ii|and lr 



DBS MOINES pr.'V 



Treas 
ist Co, 



ainc 



urops 



o( park; la 
of C RI& If 

Calssilljj AHdej Ib, cllc Hkiijris-Emlir 

] 14C8|e Walnut ' 
Cs.ssilly TM*as Jjtrav (igt J.D SeMer 

bdsvl^i e Wal nut) 1 1 " j 

Oisteel Jhc6t>, engineer i Allen's I 

res l«),«:li[; . I: | I " • * ! 
Gistnei aniejs, wks feline, 

(Stoddard Cq, res 10 Oth. 
Caster -Alice, aundresd Plunger's E 

Hote|,lrnissairie. j 
(fastie Cur'e Co, F VI Dajice, Prjs f 

B Wdrner, Sec, ! Henry Q 'A 

TreasSjiiilMn^r, *<# Mjribdf jy| 
Castle jAfoste 5,, lab, res|5<J8 e bo 5th 
Ca'stle Saflie, elomeptiq §avei.y WOMB 
Castle Willi 
dfls^rM^fl: 1 ^, la 
|i i>28Hth'. 
Castor Vit ijWmbtrejss] Mkry 

; ^ e .s i 

CnstorjR 



8 



W, darif>eiUer| resile 

■I'm "-' ' i «T 
. Ift M Ifencje 



l. 



C(ue ( ArtHuij-W. prilnteir, ires lOG 

CjiteHarrv, li'icklyr, i!e^l(]3ttt 
C,ite Her pel t, prickly r 
CMe iJesjeV }\>s 18 8th 



CJite Stepl 



en 



sdeciaj agt Gua; 

sujranitej.da, 20i Yptin'gerrnan 

-t 1()»4 (Dak ind ayeJ 



'Cate William 

,lB[Sth. 

CathdartC'M 
• rnisltt 



Cath6art Fr n k B, 



■■ sitkr, 

CatlMrt 
iltick, 

Gathers' T 
CattellTh 
Be c; !•{( 



■ C(istprii3kV^hb!,|a^tt Libraria|a Sta$ 
res l|M Capital atyej 



ilE 



P. 



tudeit Highland PH C oil 



bds Murphy House 

ill '" V,W1 



elk HJawkeye Injs 



stadentj Dral^e; XjJ 



student Drake L 



Cauille 

Cftufriel 

fTHfiAd : Vf ifjiain. 

, Mwn<js 
Cavi|na ; ;H 

"4 



Civ; 



ant 



s^e \iIsq Qivayiau<?/i 



£av£n 

Cav^h^t 

Cav^n^igJ, 




\ 




ILi 



■1,! 



I 



-71 



M I174- 2i)thl- . - • a 
llprrjpsbn Si grain 
;)i|:|lYoungetjrran Blk 

dn|ks J, p'amtjar, bds 1) 
^borajh (|wi|i jj W), ! jej 

Drake 
av 



Alr.iri R, sudent 
, r^skS^Bra'ttleborq 
d y^s, dornegtib 728 1 
mjijner, ( [res 

'TV L \ ]■ '• ' ' i 111 

M 3ytholorte\y,clk,(JitVi[: 

4'»l|5 4«fi. j"' ! ■ . ■■'•j Tj 

Prink plumber, Ires ''M 

1)1 k J, lab,!iqs SOpiHii: 

' afyAtwIdjt^brna^.r' 




M 



irn &j 



v.^rsil 



I live 
/117 ' 



niver 



4th. 



i; 



COLNICS 

£S Mo\HE8, I WA 



wiiim 



S NCI AIR 




Ca^anag 
Ga 'ana 
i ! av0 



lside 



F KeJ.Hes, ^ 



or D 



M & 



irdener, [res 1(55 10th 
iam.'lab; tes W Hi 

GaUfarjaugh pc lhe, asst Dr H 

f bdj pjjLo (jira;nd ave 
'Ca^anajagpL kc vvard J, conduc 
■ i KC%, resljl442 Locust, 
Ga^ananglji )eiini^, elk bds '. %lp Grand ave. 
Gavanaiigh IPs trick, laib, |res\?i5.> 10th. 
(j)a"anaiigh jTur^nce, prptjii:! The DM 

Leiidej* 
GaH^anaugli 



Gavanau 



vanau'h |W lliam, la,b,i : 'rms 1022 Crock- *- 



(Ja|Vanajugn,|'j^r^/ftf Cabana M 



CaH'en Ellen (vj/ill Frajak)jr.irs|321 ws3 J3th. 
Garen KelHe, teacher Lijacclb School,! res 

; ■ ?anth jf,^ ■ v 1 ■ , 

GaK'endjer Henjamin, miner t> M C & ,M 



iiCe 



^ 




i 



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MetalfoJ Sky 

Iron 



R D 



IPs 



utDrs 



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If 



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AEE THE BEr 



208 



S BAKING POWDER o m 

in 






75;1 idti. 



<*&■ 



:n 






Thomas, wks 



\V1 



Thomas, died Ap-jl 25th 



[ ; 



]i Sartar, res 



m! 



Cafendrv giul K, died June 20th, 18)1. 



Ry 



V 



Co] idslGretfes, sw cor l 1 
daH'ende: Benjamin W,j» n)i|ner ( re^ 205 

Hil.sice 'a Veil 
Calfendei- J irales;, farmer; rels 



Ca^ert|jJohn.W, 
Ry| WUf 2|8th 



Cador Geoige 



Jar Em 



Cel 



C< ntre I 



ave: 



Cajjvleyi GebrgbjH,; fireman (j) $t P <£ K C 

; .R ^y,!|es. if)4 (ith, i 
Calw'ley 



an&es P Engineer iCl! St P $ K G 
t0s|J)5ritriave; Vv 



W 



ma, 



domestic, 40th, 



Sec. 



. f n 



l^b, res s 



ami A' at' mi 




1891. 



M 



me H qec 20 



)f C Rf & P 



teamster, re s^ 728 Maple, 



ne cor 



i- 



brest 



Ce^erstjroAi Etiil, wks Charles" Hewi t, res 

131a-e Gouitj ave. : I . t : V" 
iender Gust air, miner Ganver Coil Co, 
res ]()3 1 Ee!> Moines,' , ' 

Central dl'rjstiaji Church, Pleasant, lefcor 

•"m\\] If"! ,- r i n 

Be, HGiMcAllister Prdpr, 

• 2082101 MC|urtaVe.. ' ! ' 
C^ntrcil LoLn' ! and iTrust [Co,- 
Thpmg»T[lttdn Pres, OJH Perl ns V 
Prlsj't'lB 4 vons Treas.j A LCankpbell 
" M$5\\\See,pap(}4. 

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A 



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j t/fir mikut srkE£T. 



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S; 204 - CEN 



Q TH O Mp $" A FP LE ' f 1,0 ?' D ^i^es S^jne JardJ 



vr 

DES MOINES ClfTY DIRECtTORJY 



P. 



]i'S Des Moines Piano Co. 

^ » (Incorporated.) 

Iff Me, Rice-Hinze, Schaeffer 

w r £? And Other Pianos. 






Ail Kinds of Musical; Merchandise. 

407 W. Walnut St., 

Opposite Kirk wood Housh. 



I tCtn 
' '■ c u 

*! . X -^ ■ 1 __j 

■fci C Central Presbyterian Church," High ne 

.iitgii 8th. 

"j,g rt Central-. Roller Mills. Knhn & Carpenter 



cor 



f 



J E 



d 



proprs, 15th, nvfr cor Mulberry. 



en 



•0 E 

a d 



v ted Central Union Telephone Co, 

Charles W Bartlett mngr, Exchhage 
Blk, Walnut, n\v cor Hd. 

<5H"5 Chadwiqk Alfred.^, bravjagt, res 111.") f)th 

!' Chadwidk JoseplfB, res 82!) 9th. 

jg Chaffee Henry U, trav agt, res 1205 (5th 

'*$ m Chaffee Rose, Student T^rake University, 

:S' 3 rms 111(5 24th. ! 

>_ g Chalmers Frank, student highland Pk Col- 

,g .-j lege. ■■•!'; 

.%* © Chalmers Frank L, elk Smith & Lecky, res 

S k ■ ln.n Mills. ; i 

JH W Chalmers Mary J, res U0.1 Buchanan. 

"na Chalstrom Minnie (widi Charles), res 02(5 
^**jj J$^ Buchanan. 

f'i § ■ «>■ Chamberlain Albert M, janitor State House, 
ilj/ 1 * res (52i) e (>th. 

J I _&5» Chamberlain Davis S (Chamberlain & Co), 
! rt ' bds Savery House 
^ Chamberlain Izanna L, elk Chamberlain & 
\ £ Co, res 1227 0th ave. j 

2[ c^, Chamberlain James W, engraver, res 21st, 
.? ° ne cor North. 

.Pvi -o Chamberlain Lowell (Chamberlain & Co), 
V^. .-g res 121.') !)th. 

' <f 2>| Chamberlain Russell W, jeweler -KM? e 0th, 

Pi res 121 1 Capitol ave. i 

' ^ Chamberlain R B (wid William), res 1227 
(kh ave. , | 

I ? ■» > Chamberlain Seyril, rms 51") e so 1th. 
.'.' j'53^iChamberlain & Co (Lowdll jaiid Davis S 
(Jjf - j Chamberlain), patent! medicines, 410 
': t Cw Locust. ' ! 

, *.WS Chamberlain Klberlt P (Chamber- 

C'JP lain * Stewart), res l(l-l(i e (5th. ! 

* Chamberlain &• Stewart (Albert P 

'• wS^T Chamberlain, Archibald K Stewart 

r C^*3 jr), Lawyers and Notaries '502-504 e 

,.■! ' Locust. 

JS^^Chambers Anderson, ins, res (522 (5th ave. 
'>•' \ Tmm Chambers A Frank, motqrman, bds 11015 
%mm Fremont. j 

" [J Chambers Charles A.bkpij, res l.'J.'HJ 15th. 
Chambers Cora, res 12 K> !>th. 




Street 



iHA 



/ 



& c 



lambers),! 



Chambers Daniel' B. caj'pentel, res KMg 

ei)th.| [ ' 

Chambej-s;Edward ? driver, res 8|8e Small 
Chambers Edwardj Jay] police^ ( ornell, nw 

Douglas ave. 
Chambers Elizabeth, domestic 1|)21 Grand 

ave. 
Chambers Eva, student Highlanjfd Pk Col- 

' lege] [ 

Chambers Everett, elk A H Gordon, bds 

144-li Capitol ajve.. [ 

' ; ! Hi 

Chambers Qeorgje, 1 firerr an, res 51$ 1 7th. 

Chambers Grace JVV, stident EJjrakje Uni* 

jl versity, res 1108 2(5th. 

(jhambers John Wj (Russell 

i . ' res 1 108 2(>th.| " 

Chambers Laura, res 1283 !)th. 

j Chambers -L|A, student Highlai|d 

lege. |, 
Chambers Mamie |E, student ;I||ra^e Uni-i 

versity, res 11108 28th 
Chambers Omer ij, driver Hom^n 
; ., son, res 1)1!) FJremont., 
Chambers Mrs Ruth A, res 410 
Chambers Srtr'ah E (wid Andrefy), res 7S<> 

ilth. 
i Chambers \Vjalter, elevator bo] 

man Blk', res 28th, se cor C inter. 

Chambers Vyiilliam, lab, res 101; 
Chambers Zella, student Highlp 
lege 



Champion Albert 
(>12 e so|5th. 
Champion Horace 



(col'd), kalsc 



:r, rds 



115 



R (col'd), \vk: 

& Dj M Packing Co, res «P 
Chandler Bijos (Edwin S and '[ eorg^e \V), 

real estate 21. 'j ")th. ! I l ! 

Chandler Cliice, \yks R Chandl 

School, j 
Chandler Edwin S (Chandler 

10(M>2qt!h.' 
Chandler P2nma, domestic w i 

River aid 21s:. 
Chandler George [W^ (Chandler 

100(5 20th. L , 
Chandler George W, potter D 

res 14 4()l,Capitol ave. 
Chandler Jes'sie M, teacher, res 
Chandler, Jonathan N, 'res 100(5 
Chandler Justus Rl, salejsman M 
, Co, rms 5i 12 Walnut. | 
Chandler Martha 'C, teacher Folest Home 

School, rms 12 15 Forest ave| 
Chandler Reuben, teamster, res 
Chandler William, gardener] rej 
Chandler William! A, elk Lang 
j i:*2;j Mulberry. > i 

j It' 

! Chaney Elizabeth (wicj John W 
! e 2d. j . ' 

! Chaney John H, carp Charles' 
<K?8 12tli !. / " 



V-,! 
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WESTERN WHITE BRONZE 

"Best Material of trie Age for (flonume^: t8."--Solenoe. 



CO., m MOINES, 



~) 



k ColJ 



& John- 

(5th. 
). n 

Younger- 
iter. | 

Maury. 
bdPkCol 



miner, res; 



Liverpool 
e so 5th.! 



Bros), res 
20th, bet 
Bros) res 

(j Pottery, 

100(5 20th. 
20th. ' 
M Baker & 



loSchbq!. 
1 (502415th 
Bros; res 



!1 ' 



. res :U Hi 
Wietz^ re-l 



|0Wi 



I- I 




^(lj jres 12i;i ! Fillriion:. 
■sliVJary A.'tes 01|!) e kittt. 



Chapin Icl|, 
Chapin' IsL'c 



bds o 
tjhapiri lipp, 
, '.; Moints 
Chapin Miry. 
ChapiaS 4, p 

ss Grind 



v<jr:.ity 



es Irbnclaq Nursery Go,' res [ 
uve, 2d!\vjes't of ■Pafk ave. 
Chapih AVtl ialn E, v-pijes and rrjngr Ir{m 
clad y'urs^riy Co, s kCrdnd Live,,. 2d w 
of^aikak . 1ji[! . .1.4! 
ClfapmrnJUr hur B, fainter, Rekhf»ad, 
Npiftoji. iWhrorj & ipp, res, .171 I 



IV 



Co, 



rroye, a>ve 



CHapms.n Hide M, stdfabg Capjiti} City 
Hlebtrh L|('ght Co, ijt? 5>3J) ^rtii ' 



re 



11 nut. 
Chanejj Wdttc | E, remby 
Chaneyj WjlfHfn L,.lab,';rps 1 
Chaney', s« }/#> CV/f/itjj 

Chan nop I: 

; . 13 room 

C^jinndn M 

Chantooh.Mlilllam, carp; resiJ^i.^3 

Channon X.^arri, jr, cjlk Safrrtuel 

, .' n3S.l'4 j|cfa. 

Chapin C;.ik ]£,. wks Iron (flad]|N|i|-sery ( 

res,ss Grind ave, :MUvj)f P^rM ;lY£ 
ChapiriFrlil, ■.-. udent Highland p£ College 
ChapiH Hrr r>|]% 'elk J || Polk, ! ijes j <£rand 

ave; *ia w 



}jj Park j .ye.' j . [ l : I 
udent Iowa; Business 

res (522 Hth.j ' r n 
»„. carpet [cleaner, - If y fyh.) 

i.l ' ! 



jos, farmtfr 



engineer 



wtdRbb^rt\V) t re5lll»lf)th 



M 



res 



f 1 norje.i 
Keiclig, 



ffl 



ftnceiC, d\k J F D ?n Van! tS: 

JUSltentteillllr I Jl^; 

olden 
Cot- 



4 



mery 

. r . . Hs. «res 

Hi. f : j- * i [\ ' i 

Chapman Jehu M, clkl Chas EJ RHseri & 
i '! Urot S 9 Cottage) fe vei ave. 
ChapmaW jeseph, res OTLybni 
£haprnan Fcseph, res (iI7kj Grani ivfei 
V/mpman.ncsfc^a, butctar/.res. J J 
j,MdelL !;, . ,.-; |N. J ■■ 
Chapman JLjdlkvistenW George 



res n 



Chapman] tir 

: avf^ Uit-wfjof Branoltv .' ' ' ; 'm| 
Chapman ft lis ties B,l t»imgter t res 

. Jlst. ' I -f J > T 

Chapmin f^-'--^ &*- 

Co.jref 
CJiapman fcjd'jyard L^ 
: > 'Rule (|li)tii^g • HbM, bd[s faifj 
! j tage CtrDv^av'e. 1 • " 

Cliapfnan George C, 1 ■ ific Harris 
i CA • res : !4 1 J) Cottagtj ! Grove a ^e 
Oaptnan Hsiryie, tint er A F Lie 
Vl 7J7! 



ialesman 



Cottage; 



U, stujlfent Capital City 



W 



CHapiVidn : 4ett 

CohmEiciMl Cbllegejl res 
C-^a'pineLln Robert A\J '(ft 

Chap m (iQ)!| PhysicSbs 41 
. res Sajie. ' 
f haprnhn Sjololmon] tailed Tacdb 
bdsi'70 1 t [] ' Mtl ' 



E)es\ 



I 



Urn* 






^|> ! <k)|Wir€|cjt atl .Error* <i|r KJe fraction, j 

(I. Weber, G r 0„ 207 W. 5th St.} 

lUJa-JE^an and tfru*t Bld^., n|ar. P. 0. i 



I. 
Ch 



/ i 



Ch 
2h 



CrMrnaji thotrias T, carpi rek 11 30 fit!) 
C%m it.. Wallace j; elk XhrtWs L ! Kfih- 

fer'^'H res-'USJ) JHh. ; . i , ;;• 

CH|pma' jVUlli^rn; driver, Ires Um Ql^rkj 
CH|pmfei : ,- v\)ill[i^m S\ teamstejr, res 1 GOJJ! ^ 

Chrk 



CWpPi 1 jplp^di M > > ; >liysipiaii, i Absejrver,, 
US Wejat ler Bureau, res 3(102 j 2th. { 
j]j»pejl Rgbe-t^ carp ^Vhitfng &--M[otd,j JJ' (h 



T* 



ph^jse Ip^Jnfel, (jutchei) C L Sfout, re| ^52 2J a) 

lteSlMi 



Scott; 



V/hite& 



9t 



",; 



\/ining & 
■V/aJmit, 



liosner, 




|7th[ 
Center 



:h£ 
Chi 

Che. 



jes 1 J^7| Grind avt... m j ; •' m 

|ppe)l jj [Wfilfiam, ppotog ip Freedom,!© lr ; 



bds B0,{ KMalnut 
^rlan 
Ch|rles i 

trie Lfght 
h^rles Harr^^i wfts 



Hid 



res 300 7th;/ 

studknt'H ghlan 



'.C (fhase'Brcis), res 

1808!llo;usC 
e Kkrry Sl(Chasej Br9s) {es (582, 
ie Je:nie U '., teacler, bds ip23 e 6 

kvd ' •' 



1314 



,i 



flniejj domes 
rroll J 



res i)2(i 



i e - H 



Locus 



enjineer 
res «):!'« .0t 



I? 



Capital Ci 



hi^e A 
"h;ise Bk 
r|ata<* 
Han' 
ICrijasi? 
res 18 

3h4sp Cora.i Ite'acher Irving School, 



t. 



e EcJItiiund :'$>j res 



ic h; 



WITth. 1. , O 
Edison Elec- V* 



i. 



(Uh. 



Edifem. Elebfxic 



Pk College, 
amm^lab, res IljO 22nd 
ro&i (Johr W. ^dniind C 

_r)2r>W;ilnut. i - 
arACs R (Chase & WeM), |- (D 
Lpfcust. (»SV<? ;7^///' top* cvrner.^ 






Brick (po, 



(to 

S"fe 



ns '|3] 

and 5* .q[ 

T> mi' 



res* 



N 



•aind' 
1.W 



"he >e lei bii, W (Chase Brcjsi, bds 

Legist,' ■ r - . ; 1 ■ i j, ^j| 

:h^3b;l|i)iiia. d-e,ssmkr, 1120!2£nd. » ! S>^ 
h^se M A.tpivagt JDiaiho^d Su$pe ider ^^^ 

Co, ,i lowest Liberty. Ia ! . ' \"[ , . 
bips« |Ruf jpi l*i Cashier, American 

Savings B?n,k,, rqs 1223 e "Grand aye. _"~- 

(sw/a,e^.y j ' ■ ;| ; !;'! "" 

iij ! William F, mngr ^hl^r Mnff (to^: 
bds ^r^i)rn ^!o|use.j j i T : , *' ' |" ■!'* ■ 
tiflkAi [Willlabi *>; Casnier LiveJpiol ; 



ajfld Dfjs ^in,es Packing Co, tes 
iioamt] .,^'ed'\poge.JoS:) • 



^ \ 



loWbinder and jDealer in 
JBIenk Books. 

I'ouftk St., Pes Moines, It wa. 



AU IA/M l/CR £ Pfl Plumbif1 g' 4 s and Steam Fitting, 



200 



OHA 



DES MOINES CITY DIRECTORY. 




F. WOLCOTT WEBSTER, 

SUPERIOR 

PHOTOGRAPHY. 

411 Walnut St., 

Des Moines, ' Iowa. 



^c§ Chase & W(? . at (Charles R Chase, 
2< < _ Harry West), furniture, Curtains and 
^tf Rugs, 21 3 1th. :i (Seen'gfi/ cor alrds.) 

*«fc Chassell Anna A, stenog Warfield-Howell 
Z5 Matt Co, res 720 (ith. 

< Chassell Belle, sttmog, res 729 (ith. 

S^i Chatelaih M Georges, Principal 
3Bj Des Moines School of Languages -104 

k ; G> Marquardt Blk, res 1215 Locust, {see 

Ob— - index !<' tiifc'/s). 
**£ Cheashro Benjamin F, fireman, bds Monitor 
House 
Cheatum Harry (co'l'd),' wks R M, Hyde 
F?22 Grand ave. i 

th. 
and D 



S:il) (ith 



£2 Cheek Emma (col'd), res over .'U(i '] 
^ ^ Cheek Jeremiah A, \vks,jLiverpoo 
■ g M Packing Co. 

■ C3 Cheek Jesse W. asst P M, res 
2 ave. 

Cheetham Elmer, 'agt State Ins Co, res 
1011 Wiley. 
^■J Chelberg Peter, miner, res 1 .10.") e Court ave. 
C3 Cheney C W. removed to Bonduraat, la. 

Cheney Minnie, seamstress Martha Steven- 
son, res 1 1 Pi e Walnut. 
Cheney Stephen F, solicitor, res 5th nwcor 

Madison. 
Cheney William A, engineer, res 318 Pel- 
ton ave. 
Cheney, scy it/so Cfoiiiey. I 

Chennell Arthur W\ elk Younker Bros, res 

1:521 Buchanan. 
Chennell Thomas W, grocer 132 I Bu- 
chanan, res same. 
Chenoweth Charles F, motorman *D M St 
K Rl res 1033 Ith. ; ' , 

Chenoweth Frederick, res (II (i Not;th. 
Chenoweth J H D.Ry MS, Postofhce. ., 
Chenoweth William, wks L F Younger- 
man, res ()l(i North. :; 
Cherry Daniel, waiter Arnold Bros. 
Cherry Frank W, pre?, t'reas and genl 
mngr Steel Stove Co, res K>22[(ith ave. 
WflCherry Lvdia(\vid,W r m), res 1211 -pay. 
Sf^CHerry William F. conductor C K I & P 
■— Ky. res 1033 1th. 

Chesbro Crombie S (Moetzel : & (J 

rms S15 3d. ' 

Cheshire Bros (Milton F aijT<jI Carey 
A), Printers, 012 Locust. i 





lesbro), 



GUT FLOWERS, 



Cheshire Carey 



CtiK 



Bros), bd s ! 



Ifr 



\ (Cheshire 

over (il*J Locust., ;•, 
Cheshire Grace M (wid, John W), res oyer 

(i 12 Locust. !/ , ] 

Cheshire Milton F (Cheshire B :os); res : : !)37 

(ith aye. 
Cheshire THomasi A (Cole.'McVey & Ch|es 

hire), res 1)10 e Grand[,ave. , 
Chester Charles |C, music teicher 1 

CapitoFave. \ ' , 

Chester Nellie B, teacher, ! E D M High 

School, ires. Hill) Capitol ave. * | 
Chester Wiljliam, res Oil) e Capitol ave.i 
Chestnut Andrew A, city scales, rGs (iul e 

.-. Walnut; ,. , j ! 

Chevalier Clinton P (C P Chevalier & Co) 

res s s Oak Plark ave, 1st \v of (ith. I ^ 
Chevalier Sjimuel E, trav agt, jres i s s Qak 

, Park ave, 2d\v (ith. 
Chevalier &jCo (C P Chevalier]), c<j>m,rjie 

: 200 Court ave,. ' 
Chezem Najhanel W, jes 815 J 3th 

Chicago | Buf lingror> & ^uincy 
Railway IBurtingto n Ftoute 

f A Barker, City/ Ticket Agent, j A 
Wagneif, Local Freight AgMit,|23i -|th[ 
depot 5th, cor Elm. {See I 'ft side /tin's 
and Fn\tit Fly K. ) I 

Lumber Co ((Robert |mT 



Chicago 

Samuel 

Chicago, 



Fullerton), 5th, ge 



Mil 
Railway, 

Ticket Agt, 
F/yA'.) ' ( 

Chicago'J Poik ikland $• 



wau|kee 6» St PsM 

S A Stevenson, Genl 

I0l) Locust. (SJj /'AW 



aciflc 

Railway, James WFryfe, Phssenge|r 
Agt, William W Lpomjs, Division 
Freight! Agt, C N Gilford Sirpt L) M 
■ Valley Division. City Omcfcs, lf)0CJ)urt 
'ave, depot l^h and iVine, : {SA' J 1 
Fly C). 



Agt, 22 



Railway, City Ticket [and 
Office, John 



Dept, JbhnS'Winnejt, Genera Fre sbt 
i-228 Ith. {See l\<nt xh'km 



Childers George 

lege. , 
Childers Charle^ L, lab, res. |30? 

(S,DM). 



cor; e 'V me. 



Vi 



J, 



U'li 



Chicago Steam iye Works, l| -S Woo 

sky, propr, 211 0t|i r.ve 
Chicago, St Paul 6f Ka^sa|s C 



en- 



Freight 
H Gretjn, Gfenl-Agt Pa?s 



Chicago & North-Western Ry, 
ard, genl agt^ freight and t 
i 2((i-ltll [ ' ' , ' 
Chiesa M-jiijco (M Chfcesa[& Co) 
Roliiha Blk. 

Chiesa M 6* 



•I 



■ra 



Co (Marco (fhiesa, 1' 

and tobacco 

student Highland Pk Col- 



cesco Debic-jggio). cjgars 
;m> Itlj. 



cket oflice, 



rme 



II 



b- 



IVlo'nr<>e. 




Floral Designs, 

A: W. Prated, 14|4 Locust] Stteej 




Childers 

ChiUler? 
hilders 



"hihl^rs 



fihiideirisl 
jCThildefls 
ghiid.irst 

'- - -108-S 
tl« trs 

Co, 'U 



thild 



. masf 
Childress, 



e:" 



WaWt. 
Child* jtitistus jjj/t, iiaWer 
! ,81am rfs 819 7thl 



(jh'ilc 
Ohik 



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Chil< 
Child 



eiirge P, c 



iff a fry.i-res '4(J8 ^chqolj. |i 
ajsry, coach^ajn ^041 Gjtjh! 



iry, lather; 



} 

jjin|iie, elk, ,r 

erva E, be 

jjde, print 



s over '4 Of 
h,414eGt{i 
ij ( res403 ; Serjoo 
el ie I,*prin|<c:rj iliailjf lj| 

hqol. i J 

:es LjJ-ldp W M V 
:i\i? cor Walnut 'and 1 



•est Itniy A, driver ." Willie I rn 



qjilvii P., brickl)^ bds .3 
CiiTordC,GlkEFCami)b(t; 

Is *-K 4th. : i'l 

s EP,l fred August- 22d, 1B9 

sEi.v^rd'W, clklAlfrec 



Chis 



•A 



gel R, 1 " te&mster> Van Ginkel 

Mijimg Co/rj^ 4 Halll 

arr^j H, trav.agt, res 724 

J F.ljpresGmfett Mer Tailoring: 

ts 3a;n Diego, jCaK '■>].. 

rajf", resMOTth 1 ,! s ' ' \ 4 ' ! 

jaji; M, housemover, re^ 1112 

i Mbly 1 (\vid;E Fi, r^s ll 12 School*, 

]i ^ar^Jabllesj^ 9th, ;' ; 

^1,- student Dr ike Ur'iversityi 

pth I'"'' r - ' 'I 1 ' ' " 

aiuuckii iiitjiiiajuu 

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Clii' 

in 



jOlltge, 



U 



De's Moi 



: .'l.jlsSK ....... 

Chili s Efmer 1 , ^tudent 
' liege, rm^l405 Wadhingtor 

Chflls CJcbi 1 ! ~ ,: ' ■ " ' Ji 



,■ :;ms 208 Court avej 
ejniej elk Pjsjter Kurtz 



J 



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NE8 CI 



Mifej!, r^s 408 



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1th. 



WalAnt.: / 
laiid jlvc; 




EST IOWA SOFT 

FMst and Cdkirt Ave 



CHK 



k Life Ins. 

New Volrk. 

Kelley, A 

-2fpt«. L. AT. Bid*. 

l£e£ Others Follow r 



\j, student Highland jj|k ,Colf- 
s't, butdhjsr, 



I :cq;: 



n, miner, res 



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student Drake Ut 

I i ': ■ 
n Arthur, traviagfi res 



res 82 

111 



i;ji5 Ma!pl 



3; Scott. 



:ahk,\ drh 



i F-ank J, lab 



er, res 1318 ; Des 



:orge \v, 



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,res e s 



jewele * 



iversity, 



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Grand ave, refe Till Maple; 
cldi jeannettd (t, elk 1 State! Iris Cdf-j 
2-. kith. . I 
tnjdth >rjonroeC, 
I pg do, res;e s 
n V/illiam,.(ja 
es. : . . , . 
lji Hiigh W, s|urient Hidrilajn^l Pk! 



.11 I ■ 1> 
as Liverpool and p 



lfith, 2d'n 

rles^ ' 



rp. 



of iScot£. 
313;Des : 



IJobnVH, special agt 



Wiaui-loa 



jM ;»nd Endowment Los Co of; 





qui table 



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ristense 

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tfistian 

aye. 
)nsj;ian 

aye. 
nnstjian 
iristian 



1 2ge. 
ristensen Michael, lab, res 417 e so !9tb. 



jris^ian^n \f/illiam, Wood moulder Beck-; 

<^sq7th. i 



C(jristi|an^n Jjlary, domestic H3.1 5tH. l 

?-'- a'ho Christ ens en, Chrfsti 



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na Japob, bds lf)0 Jj | 

ria l3hr W, carrier P O. res 



n^tisori 



riitpffe/jon 



rOs 



9msbn, real Estate, 4,10 i 5th, 



w./fAv Christi 



( e 




: Ai.drew, pedler, res 423 e so 
' W, elk Goldstbne & 
rmel Stubbs Blk. 
tawin i, propr Christ's resta|u^ant, 
l. ! > e Locust 
•h nk , vvks Mer'r jit • & ' Bb^h.i res 

WF th li ■■-,-.: . i i 

Seamstress Lucy Kur z, r bds 

student Iowa Bu«i' 
College, rnis 410 e'Ldcust. 
iarr , baker; rmf 109 Grand ave. 
irisiensbjp Andrew, miner, res 1314 ( Bii- 
clianki 
CHtrislenso 



Ejfward, lab> res s\v y 4 \ea 17, 

sue also C/irisfi/wytn, \Ckris- 

| ha |les W, cjl.k, bds 1331 e Grand 

flo-a- H, cik, res |1331 e Pcand 



zz 



Iflprii^, ; ")8") 7th, 

A, student Highland I|k Col. 



I 



Walnut. 



mson,jC/irisi t'ttsoti; 



ristjser tlec-rge C ]i tlk Standard) Oil 

Cp! r< 11170 3d,:, 
ristbffelrion AlbeH, lalj, res 111 ellsj. 

k C L La\vjre^ice, 



Petey J,;cl 



■rrhs'liiquitkble iBldg 
Cl ristpffe •< on, , Jftv <tiso ! C'lristpp/wrsd ; i 
: ristoph i -son Ernst, liphojsterer Cirman 
1 SQhnjS 1 1 Mbf g <po, Ire s 83$) 2d . * 
C^ristophjerson, see\als\* Chrifjoffersa i . . 

' "' " "' '■ V O sub station A, 



1 ristv AT<:hibald, isupt 1 
res HC2iMaplei l (E ! D 



(;2\Japle|(^'P M). 



Cflfisty AdchiljJald jr, caqrieT P O, res 811 
Wlalkdrj 



m i 



)J f 



X 



H GERMAN hi)ClC. .8 Ur cent interest 

J PiidonTibie'Deb'osits, 
C. SPINMEYJ Sec'yand Manfgr. 

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Plate and Window Glass. *; ^iwl 






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pes Moines Piano Co. 

(Incorporated,) 

Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealer^ in 

PIANOS I ORGANS, 

And' General Mukicaf Merchandise. 

407 West Walnut Street. i 



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<£hristy Coal Co, Joseph M Christy, 
I'rt's. L E F-'lemenway Vice Pres, CV 
1 1 t-men way Sec aifd Treas, T-0 Cl'app 
Blk. 

Christy Edward, harnessmkr D M Sad- 
dlery Co. bds SI 1 d Walker. 

Christy Ered, pressman Olsen^Welch 
Ptg Co, res 117 e 1.1th. 

Christy Erederick, elk, res IS l!)th, 
-.Christy Harry II, carp f>2:{ e (ith, res SI 1 
■^ Walker. * ■ > 

Christy John, lab, bds llT e 11th. 

Christv John \V. -.printer Daily Capital, 
res \V: e 11th. 

Christy Joseph M, pres Christy. Coal Co, 
res (>4S l!)th. 

Christv Joseph M jr. bkpr Christy Coal 
CoMnls (IIS l!Hh. i 

Christy M C, removed to Chicago. 

Christy William, Supervisor 2d His r 
trie Polk County, Court Mouse, and 
Overseer of the Ifoor, ;>2T e ."»th, res 
Ml Walker. f 

Christy WiUiam'B, coiitr, rtjs 020 e Oth. 

Christy William I >, elk, res J IT el lth. 
fl^Chubb Joseph M, carp, res "ill 'J Tth. 

Chubbic Myrtle, student Highland Fk Col- 
lege, j ; 

Chubbic Virginia, res Mil Buchanan. 

Church William, removed tojWarrenCo.Ia. 

Church W Clyde, bkpr J Howard Henry, 
rms 121T High. ! 

Churchill Carli res KU>T Buchanan. 

Churchill Edward M, student Iovla 
Business College ; , res SOO *[th 
ave. <j 'I 

Churchill Minnie L. teacher, res {%!() 10th. 

Churchill Stella, milliner M Riegelman & 
cS: Co, bds S02 (ith ave. ! ; 

Cilley R H, student Highland Pk College. 

Cfssel Charles E, carrier P O, res 02.1 
Charles. ' 

Citizen's National Bank, J H Mer- 
rill Pres, A Leaderer Vice-Pres, J (i 
Rounds Cashier. Walnut, sw car ">th. 
(S ct - front cover a mi pa ^c S 'j.) j 

City Directory Office, R L Polk A: 
Co Publishers, H00-'UO Iowa Lphn and 



Trust Bldg. 



Show, Color 




City 'Dump and Crematory, speAd^fOth 
City Hal J, Locust, n w cor 3d. 
City Scales, James 



Icor Sth 



ds -1W."> 



and Locust 



Clac|er Emma E, folder 



Center. 



Stroup tegh^r, ^ 



/'■''. 
16 wa P^inijiiig c 



Court ave: 
on.^fellow, 

e Court 



Clarhiiutt Co|a C, plk. rife 121} i C 
Clampitt Minnie, teacher 'L 
School, res 1214 e Courl ave 
Clampitt Ri:hard;M, carp, res 12 

live. . |, { . . 

Clampitt Rose, sea,ms re^s WiuhbidTilden 

res 121 e Ccjjirt kvk ( 

Claiicy A \\j, removed to Chicago. 
Clancy A N student Highland Pk College. 
Claiicy Micjiael, died February! lth,:: |h3l. 
Clapp Block, Walnut, s\v cor 5tji. 1 
Clapp E R.pwnei Clapp Block, res S|} 

Pleasant. 

bricklyr, res 15 IS 



ipp 



Clapper TlubmasX 

JVof Pair Grojirids 
Clapper \Vi!liam, 



Clapp Edsvard S 

Clarip Elmer S, student Capital ' 

fnercialj College, res 040 Ttl 
Cladp.Rush F.stucent Highland 
Clapper Bora, mi liner, bds OP 
Clarjper Edward S, mas^on, ris 
Cladperjames, dr ver.bdsllOe 
Clapper Ma me E, res 1720 11th 



Lyon.- 
Citi- Com- 

k College' 
eOlh. ! 

I.") IS Lyon. 

Grand ave.' 



res 0!0fe Oth. 
Clarey Ed, ;tuden 
Clarey jbhn 

Co, res 



(Roller & 



elk Ccjunty Cork's Office 

t Highland I 
E, see and :reas We 
[T()2 2(hh: ! 

Clark Abneri A, ag"t Phtnix Ins 

• oth. ' , ; ' I; • ; : • 
Clark Alber^Clarlt Bro^)bdsUth|and| Clark 



Cljapp^r), res 



Clark AJlbeft A, jstudeht I@w|W 
ness College, rms 

Clark AJlie.liddmestic 200 Oth; 
Clark Andrew jE (k E (flark 
School 



)U Tth 



&Co 



k College 
ir Furn.ice 

Do, i'es ^il 



ove( 



Busp 

res Si: 

i 1 
ins, 10,1 



iv E (platk) 

to 'Adel, Iowa 



Clark A E ^ Co (Andre 
Court aye. j ' 
Clark Benjamin Fj, rem 
Clark BJenjarriiln If, rerrioyeci tolMirlneapo- 

■Hsfiiniir l j n • hi 

Clark Bros [Harify K dnd AtbW), fruits,; 



T21 



WaJnlh. 



Ryjre^ 4th and 



Clark Cirritj, milliner, res 14P>pes!Moines. 
Clark Ciarles, elk C B & Q 

Clark. ! 

Clark CiarlesJ trav agt, rds^ 04t) 1,0th 
Clark C:iarles (cof'd), janitor. rms| ll^lK.i 
Clark Charles, labj cirman c^i Schtnit^ 

Mn:g Co, resJMil.-lpes iloines. i 

Clarli Cnarles D, janitor Coltagte HospitpU 

i tes 112| 4th. ! | ■ N 

Clark C larles W, dri\jer Whi^e |Uihe Traj»s| 

fer Co, rea Tl^") Pju pb. 
Clark Clara A, furn rm;,.")!),! 



Prihtin 



Cl 



S Olsen-Welch Ptg. Co 



313 



M 



estnut, 



j(berry. 



°> , Tele]?hcni^ i*9^« 




Cl9«fk 



1 



St. Josel 

BRANCH 
I1B VTeit. 2m^ fi 



pINES CJ'tY 



DM,WJiter! Works 

4 ' i 'i I ■ > 

Ik ^cora'lpr, frdliip 13thi ! 
1 blacksmi tlj Shajver yarriag^'" 
Hotel de Reece* ' - ! ! 



houM 

,, fill « diet. !b 






rqpr jVindsor 



& >r Hotel 



;)!d5 

aj^id JVl, ^pr 
Cor 3d. 

'4pm<:sticJ|l42& i J3igl „ 
H, farmer, res\\Vend!Finc 

. . j ■ h .' \ $, 
frms 032 Wa hut. 

E, judicial director 'Banker 



w Assb, res 425 2St}i 

Clar^' Frank; studeri: Highlabd 
.Emb! 30.24 3d. M. H ; j 



t 



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kj 30.24 3d " 

nW 1H, c|k 3p|f e 



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Clart) O^hrdej A. brakeman) C St 
iRjf tdsfeJCaerryi'. > : ir , 
Clatl C.orfidE, elk U ! S.ExbVesfr 

Vrfftfi-W-- •' ■; J f I 
la|rk!(;fi6rg j|P, dirp, res 1 338 24th. 
rk,L 33n;e ,, \V, lab, res" 1 of C 

., -jRjj.u.'ioi^th. . !-i ■: ., v 1; , 

<r I^MiforgSiW, wks lj)'M Jit Ry, jres;1213 

• i ;M"-iip . ■•: . i' ,1 ,j . i' : t lU ( ' : -) ■ 

Clark 13 i-djvM, trav a^t, "res 010 | 
Clark 1 :[a,rr^K (CJar(c Brc;s), res' 

■'C\m. 1;; : : if \;\ ■ ■ ■ ;■■! 

Word), I janitor A. 

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Clark, iljtejjir) 

ClarkiljlB 

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Clark j 

ark (fames 

s<\ine J 
ark Jfiinies 

la'^jk J|ai#ies|^. $e(: 



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1413 Des 1 Mol 
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Clarfc;|)cl.{i (f 

Ca+jljohn Cr 

C-ark idrn Ifti kvi|^r, t res 0: 



physician 



1075 



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4th and 

'I ■ 

tierican 

: i 

eM ave, 



ISlYOI^ WAKT 

oafth 



THE BEST. 



^. 40$ L Waln^St . Tg[ 

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M/. Sep George 
ry.'U!f)8 Woodlar;d ave 



Vti, ,p|aperhgr 
ev^is (col'dji waiter} Savery \ 
rni^ ]l J M' po ( 0th. 
rk jl.uiy, ies 1310 10tl| 
irk t,ucv C, teacher (^rant Schod) 
' 51/:, e Lbjfcust 
hrH LijdUalKwidAyhitirlgl.rrns 130/ 
Clark Ma^ljmilliher M Riegelman 

rejjlpHOth,, . 
Cmrk Margaret A [wid Alonzo), bdfe 

'e ! 2.t 1 I ' I 

G ark 'tfafthl. J, domelstic 1123 3rd. 
lark MaH (^oi'ti), re; ril.w so' 7th 



jE King 
d ave. 
[Holland k 



Njew. 50Q 
ofsd, 5 ^ 

:i® 

res * (/) 



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Cferk, 'lajrj'-.fe, sienog Njat Crackej- |C6, 
resil^S [\Vo|3dlan^ a,ve. 

Brick 



ark Milus B, brickiyr] wks D M 



$.y; «feo 

$^j over 



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Ca|l- 



2 st, res 

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;ijabj, res 11 ^3 Park. 



W- 



k |dl:n|F[,;pi , iheriThe 
v rei-i^ ^alnit: ,{ T 
^[ark Jcln ^1; en|i'nee 
' res .Jlf) l ( Vamit 1 



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lark bUly^ 
AVjjp'dl id!d- ave. 



MifdjCo bds-100 
a.rk il jLwtb'erJ carp 



Higfi ft 

M ! W 

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res ll2|3Gi 



2nd 
_.^ rds-1220SSthj. 

ark |lejvjojji S.jmillef Kuhn& Carpentet 
" ! "rahd a\|e: | ! j 

L'jwid John C), res ^20$ 

C,! clkAlams E& Co, bd u^3 
use! ' j ' ' : Jf « Cj 

arik SlttiUelE, jan.;tor,| res 713 Mul')e|ry. a S 
jiric |i|isf!Lnj stidentj Highland Pk ^ol- 4£? 






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i f httiAak ^ C Bt P & K C Rf bds ^ ~ i 

iiiJ ad 1 .-. T ' 'I i ; ssf 

< f^cjrA^ E t real estate w s 33^dj nir-iS."^ 

ive, t*es 

11a, wai 

aftcrii teamster t) M St Rjjf, Ires ^"o 3 
U,IUr : HI .■ ,vc3 

i n '-•«* 

p 3 n 



t" i 1 
krk Sustel (Clark & S'teaidman), res 1075*9 ^* 

■-151. ■ 1 I I <-J ►-« ** 

|irk 

1 
Cll^rk irioraas c, real estate w s ir-Jftd; nr ^.^ 

Fotpst i4e,]*es same. : i i 3 ^ 

Cliirk'Virjjiiii", waitress Hotel Morgan., |s,'<?3 
Cliirk WaTtcrii teamster b M St Rjj , lr 

14(18 Walker. I ^ " ■ ~ ° 

Cliirk ^attunj^oarp 1^. 24th 
CI; irk IVlhltin'g Stdied April 20, 181)1 
Cfrk Wrk Whiiin'g S, elk U S \\ 

Arf, Aejilfifnh:' I 
Cl|Lrk W|imiiti,idied Mardh 12, 1802. 
Ciirk Wiyijjft.j iabj.'re^ 4<U e so 4th, 

k |wj]1 iim' [ A'.| trav agt D M 

\yprkfe, re*jp3(t7 Gfrar.d ave. 
Cliirk Wil lUtti E, 4lic|Wii(aW Hotel 
CI rk^Vil liirhH. Us'h 
irk .Villiiiii H, ilk-D, 

re:;014 0(h.[ : ,1 
ClHrk WiHc r^col'd), re5 l|337 Lyon 



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ACME COAL CO. 

913 WEST WALNUT. 



210 CLA J DES MOINES 



C. L DAHLBERG & CO,, 






z 



AND DEALERS IN 

Remington Typewriters. 



. - ^ Clark W M, elk Equitable Life Ins Co oi 

,°° CC Iowa, res Hotel Logan.' ' . 

'^ fj Clark & Steadman (Susie Clark, John C 

' Steadman), grocer;, UKYA Cottage Grove: 

c5 ^ ave - 

•»jS Clark, su itlso 'Clarxs. 

(V) Clarke Albert, cabinet mkr, res 718 e Oth 
— Clarke Carrie A, prih Capitol City Com 
^f mercial College, res tH>(> 10th. 

Clarke Charles R collector C B Si Q Ry 

res w s -1th, :i n bf Clark. 
Clarke Charles H jr, Frt Agt CB&Q Ry 
^ res 4th, nw cor Clark, ^ 

Clarke Felix G, res *>(Hi l">th. I 

-; Clarke Fred S, wks D Mi St R RCo, -M 
School. : 

Clarke John A, supt 'Ideal Portrait Co, re| 

%%\ ^ * : '^ Linden. 

VIA Clarke Kate F (wid Wililam T), res 1!K)' 

^^^ <5[h ave. 

\«\ Clarke Leonora B, stenog Gatch, 'Connor 

VX1 & Weaver, bds (itili 10th. 

Clarke Mary E (wid Joseph), res H|12 10th 

Clarke Rachel C, teacher, res 5tH> 15th. 

Clarke Richard R, c(k C & N W Ry 

freight depot, res 1310 -Ith. 
Clarke ^Robert L." genl agt Nat Masoni^ 

Accident Assn, res <)<)(> 10th. 
Clarke Robert W, clv.engr, res 50(5 Lyon 
Clarke \V 1). ' -MIS Chestnut. ; 

Clarke William E, blacksmith 100/7 Cottag 

Grove ave, res I 10~> 2* ith. 
Clarke William E, trav agt Israel Bros, rm|s 

Kill Grand ave f ' i , 

Clarke William G. driver, res [S&J- Ik: 

chanan. ' 
Clarke W Thomas, elk Garver & Maisl: 

bds 101)7 tith ave. 
Clarke, s,r C 7 ?;-,{• . r 

Clarkson Bros (Richard P and John R 
\\\ pro'prs Iowa State Register, :*22 Comjt 

ave. 
Clarkson Elizabeth (wid I C 

P.easant. . 

Clarkson John R (Clarkson I^ros), res SO 

Pleasant. 
Clarkson Richard P (Clarke qn Bros), rejs 

SO.") Pleasant. 
Clary Andrew N, police, res 



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9 (Del 



lvery 



TY DIRE 



:oL 



COiAL EN THE Cm 
rid Fbll Weight Guak 



3TO 



RY. 



MX 




F), res 00 i 



,~>20 Maple 



Hi 



James B, 



4 



'.) pisnna 
sorge W, 
» Oth. 



LE 



HONE 412. 



cii 



rbm 
antee!) 



:-ck 



Claussep John,- wks D M Transfer Co 

' Votse Bik 
Claussep, S:V<i/sb Closspi. 
Claver peorgelC, cigarmkrfp ^[lbjrecht 
) Pbnna (ave. 

cigarmkrlf Ailb'irecht. iA 
ave. ■ I [ , j. ( r 

elk Oscar Ecj^nburn, \ 

anitor Valie 



T 



Fi 



cdrEu:lidavei 



George 
beds 1072 8th. 



c 



ms 



%4 Bail;, , 



T 



and 



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PI 



Claver 
: 'in 

Clay G 

n: 

lay Henry S, 
res SB) "11th 
(■lav J S, student Highland PklCMe^-, 
Clay W B (l stud|ht Highland -l?l\ (Tollt 
(■Jay man Lewis.pedler.res (i45pes Moii 
dayman Mark, pedler, res liljo e 1 Yd. 
Clay toil Ella, student Highland] l|k|CoIleW 

Clayton James E, student 

Cqllegfe, rnii; (ith ave, sw 
Clayton Mattie, dres'smkr,. res ! I") 
Clayton TliompsjonC, engineer r 
. Mfcplej 
Claytor T| Charles, printer 

Leader, bds Ml Market, 
Clazietf John, httrnessmkr £) M] Tfaninj 

Cd, bds-117Je'lst. 
Clearv William [M, cigarmkr -IDOne Gth.'ref 

108 e Walnut. ' : j , '■ i ! 

Cleggett George H (cpl'jd), barber uridtjr k , -> 

Walnut, res- 1072 8th. 
H jr (col'd) 



1st 
rear 

4 D 



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M 



GH 



I# 



:.. wh 

Cleggelt 

gelt.lbds 1072 <Sth. j I 

"del anil diaries' B,, wks Edison Pec Li^ht 

' Cc, re\ 1 1 4S 2nd. • 'I , ; 

Clefanii Etta, student IoNya Business 
College, rms IMS 2nd. ■ | 

Clelanl Fiadley E, meterman Edison h'-.c | 
I, LiihtCo, rqs IMS 2d, | 

Clelanll Lelsii 'H, real estate, " 



ave, ■ • . I .| , ^ ; j 

ClelapJ Loretta, student; Iowa! BuBif » 

ntsWCol|lege,-resl01J2Wd. | i .: 

Plplnnfl Mrs L H. milliner M Bieeelroan , 



Clelarll M^s L H, milliner 

1 & Co, Ibds MHO Grand av<;. 
Cleland Williarh E, res IMS 2d. 
Clemehs Carrib (col'd), hjuirjd 

teK V 
Clement Tjhomas, miner Va;n (3 

Mining Co. 



1 



35) * 



rand 



1112 Ceri- 



w 



Coal . 



& Co, 



Clements Adell|)ert, paperhnk Reuh^I, 
Nbrtoji, Lithrop & Coj res 3jjjva'sti>rf],. 

'Ciemdnts Addie, domestic WK 3 ) ith. 

ClemejntsLR, res SI 5 0th: ! 

| •Ciemdnts Netti^. domestic Jl .0 Center. 
j Ciemdnts Irve W, elk C D Vme 

It 27 High.' 
! Clements Jame^, lab, res Lilt Walker 
j.Clemekits'Ludoyico R, res ^Sl} jOtjrj. 
i' Clements Lucy, domestic Siv 

Clemrnens Carrie (cbl'd)^ res 

Clemrnons Ho|mer,l drive|r, 
Penna ave. 



Hawkeye Steam Laundry l6 . 



118 Fourth 8t„ 




erj) 
Ill 



r25 



House: 
] Centef 
1101 



Proas. 




NlanufaotuVera of 

G and BUILDING BR 



Clebs Enijl CI 

t»«}-. f ! 
! -tyrf >Val 

Cleydan 

i I Scbt 

Clevt$l;ln 

Clevtjlfini 
Clevemnc 
i ; Gran 
Cley;man 
Cleyrnan 



,clk IDSeeber'jer 
hlarn EjMen 

ik bds T1J9 ad. 

\lexarder! D, 



exander, 



jdoin** 



p'atterhpija 



r|sfl9 3<jl -,' 
s Fiuriiigihingis, ' 

larJ,j|res ll6l."j 
I r | ■ 

res 12(^1 
49 9tt. 



Miry, dt-essn&r, ilros 

QYie F jwid ^ C)|| lid| J1.535. ' e 

saJLcj/rknovjed to [Detroit. ,.-* ; 
Lazarus pedleir, j jes- ■|l45 Des 

a^ I Equitable Life Assurance 



'CliffiJ :i M,j, . 

; i §ocieN, res. New ten,, la.. 

x:\iti:] w.'W 529 |j Lpcbst. 

Clifford Ei '" 

, Allen 
CliftordEllei: 



foik]lat>C 






3 . 



ar-iet K teicher 



10 



f 



Co, xt 
Clifford 'I 
r rms 1( 
Clifford JdHh 
j. 120 (ith 
CliffOra Jo| 
Qifford -N 
Clifford A 
. C Ry.i 
liftdn Hi 
s Ith. 
Clifton _ 

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ks 



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,ve. 



!ci 



AC M6 



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msJlFlynr 
h :s (M 



UIS 

1 

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m P, ' lap, , r$s $01 
)lii:, res 
Ilium C, 




rek.80 



f 



Broom 
I) iVf College 



Express 
Allien 



M Allen' , .. 

dilCt^jC!^ P&K 



Elk. 1' 



lo, bds 



E) Churclb{c|a} .ne'eor. 

ii vice-Pres.i 

Tf Wklsjageij 



.j 



pine 

Clirie 
1 
slCtine 



SI; 



Charles 
Collin 
no 3c . 



So 



•A 



KUiu 



^rJt^igr^dpkCol 



mes il\l and 



n 2 ;coi 



1 and 
Eudi 



Euclid a;M 



eighth Land 

res, Divid Evati! 
1 6uffon'$ (jValkerSbci R 
I T^eas, c ff fce 5215 Walnut, j j 
Clifton Hegjts (Preibyteri an) v (fhdrch,; 

* ! BloorrtfiuM cor , 'nd[ar)ola| ave . 
Clifton Rjcjiiify stu " 

lege. 

Cline, ,.*-cv tiv.hi 

(jlinei Bros| 
(ith avt 



di 





• ! 



IES TYPEWRITER SO, 



St., 
OINES.I0WA, 



JohnjB), 
W a Jf e r i 



lab J Jes jl\)b5 . jjairkll 

lVf/stiiqent lj> M Colje|e, 



jrpce'rs 



B, atuc erit* Highland l?k <3611,eg e 

Clin^lameiM'tCijr^e Btos), re^Oth- <^< 



Clirie Jqhn.jijtijdent 1 flfgjhl 
Clihej John-B 
i cor-Eu(jli 
Clinti Oliver 

Mdiitans 
Cpne. Robert, 
Cline.WiUic 

I 1 4(fcJ e [sc 
Ope Willi; 

\piW Annli, 




life 4a C, 



conductor 

djd 
lab, ife 



1 



,nd Pkl C 



res 0th 

!• ! i 

io Spokane 



rms* 



se cor, 



ive, se 



Falls, 



UK $ Park! 
p'MStiR 



R, 



res 



Of Sherniatj. } 
oniestu^r'01 0th ave*. i 
iiltee Walnut.! ' i 
'ibi» (wirJ D Wild); res 902 ^5th. 
ingariEii^fitn L (w ^ Rbl?ertj, resl810 



i ClkaganlFU M| clt,'reM;0 e-13th. 
Clnaan- HUeijtJ elk, driver MacRke., 8c 
! Bemi4 ieb $08 e 13ih/ 1 '. 

iCiliganiWitJiiwn H, lab lies 902 25tR I , 
ICHikenbeard pert|[bak4r S B Gar to A, h$ 
I 2p3^i7tW7 ! '( | i • [.■■ I 

ClinksnbeardEva, elk Ypunker BroJ, res 
2)4 : U7M ■ {] j'i • ■ _ , i 

Cli : tic mbeaird John [w, wktl'Liverp dq! \&! D| 
1- IVt^ckine ,Co. ires 293 fe 17th. ' s I 
pii ten HeWrls Land Co, 522 Walnut. ,' . 
Clml n Mipha<jl, SMJitchmaln C R I & P R'y.l 

nis 205. e, soi 4thj ] 
jtli^jfe 11 Mary El," student Drake University,! 

iritis jacq^th. l| ' j,' . , A 

2\oh Abraham L, Micklyr, res 1022 Ohio. 
:ipie Albert, d ed Qctober 31, 1891. T ;". 
Close Bebj^itih S, brick rrJhfr w s 20th,. )r 
' ' jFrankhn ave, res e s 23a, 1st n of Foavjk-. 

•hi 

boie 

ilBro, reis <w ot» ave. 

Mi ( l 

Close Jar^e^,jbficl|mkr,resGth,n of r|igb- 

#4 J I' I 
^irjter. res 420 8th. 




"lose 



in a;ve. ,■ ,\ 
Gejrtiude;! tniflmer M Sheuer'mkn 1 & 

36 M — r ' 



31os-cri dinar 



,0 










Lizzie, 



set 2p. 
R.I 



anftjP 
Taco-,, r „. T — — 

MreLVnji.iTn'is 900 i^alnlnt. 
NapolebnjI3, farmer, ^ires ne 1 ^ 

Cloik Letha it (jwid Albert)]' res n of 
fclPlfal, Avlof'2^th. j: 1 

wtcs Wonderland Museu 
es'jS.t^ks Kiioh^ Carpenter, 
ys^jVlih.' 1 ;' ' j T r • ' T1 

"loscn Chsirjes M, ins, res 1145 9thl 
:ioscn En ekt, studjent, rei 1023 13th. 
Ids enTbhnJ ifes over 223 Walnut 



^ 

t* 







* sZ p3 



las en WatredL res»1023,l3thi 
los^on Willitn) H,W wibash R R r 
, _510>y[ l ..; |p ; 

(f lo\| "barl js O, barber, res 022 Walked. 

Clo\\ Henry A (Henry A, Lewis Clow), rfes^ «** 
• 'CStydnf./l . I- 1 ! J & 

C^lo%v Henry A & Lewis.'prorjr D M S:a|e 

; del, Wi -el Works, 223 e 1st. * 
(tlo%\ Le A'is (Henry A & Lewis Clow) 

■rt.l^LyAn 1 ..!; > 1 ', ' ' j. 
Clov, phriV "l tiarberi oth.j sw cor Lo 

res 7th, njw cor Walker, 
(tluein Johnjnjioyed to Stuart, Iowa. 



iSIxttt Ave. 
IValnjai St», 
„ r Con tin filial 



4// kir^ PerfoMd 
bytjieMo$thi4 
proved Methofs 




E, D. Janes & Co;, 

i i 



Cement Papers and 

20MO#2U 






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PES MOINES CITY 



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a* 

— »5 

CO © 



Des Moines Piano Co. 

. (Incorporated.) 

He, Rice-Hinzi Sctiaeffer 

And Other Pianos. 

All Kinds of Musical Merchandise, 

407 W. Walihtll' St., 

Opposite K^rkwood House, 



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Z 

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H 



Clure Joseph, drugs, res O'OO 20th. ! 

Clure- Wilford G ."student Drake Univer- 

■• sity, res HH5ti 20th. | 
Clute J K, removed to Stuart, Iowa. 
Coal Palace, Redhead & Whiting, 
Proprs.317 Oth ave, (\l<c bottom ei/gv and 

/"'&' ir 7) . I ,i 

Coalson Mary (cpl'd). res! 2018 Center. 
Coalson Wilfiam M, barlier 1008 0th ave, 

res 2018 Center. 
Coats J J. brakeman C St Y & |v C Ry. 
Coats Orin M, motorman I) M St R K, res 

14-2-1 Grand ave. 
Cobacker Charles, cash boy Younker Bros, 

res 218 V- e 7th. '■ 

CoSacker Louis, fish dlr.jres 218 V* e 7th. 
Co/jacker Samuel, elk M Sheurman & Bro. 

res 218 \, e 7th. 
Cobacher Charles, student Highland Pk 

College. ' ' 

Cobb r Myin E, trav agUres 1120 12th. . j 
1 Cobb Ethel, waiter Windsor Hotel. f I ■". 
Coburn Allan, driver H K Bolinger, rms 

, Cottage Grove ave, sav cor 29th. 
Coburn Charles C, elk H H Bolinger, res 

Cottage Grove ave, aw cor:2!)th. H 
Coburn Minnie Miwid Lycurgjiis), res 509 

Grand ave. ! •, .?;■ 

Cochran George W, fireman C R I & P Ky, 

res 817 Maple, 
Cochran Horace, engineer C R I <X P Ry, 

>' res 329 e 7 th. 
Cochran Ivonette, bdg h, 514 5th. 
Cochran John E, real estate, ](»!» la Loan 
• and Trust Bldg, res DOS e Grand,; ave. 
Cochran Josephine, seamstress. res5l4 5th. 
Cochran L WilUam, elk John Bird & Son, 

res 547 Oth ave. 
Cochran Mary, res 1104 e Court ave. 
Cochran Rose A. stenog .'Avery Planter Co, 

rms 1 104 e Court ave. 
Cochran Sabert.-M, elk Lang Bros, res 

Grand ave, se cor 7th. 
Cochran W : B, student Highland Pk 

College. 
Cockerham James A, teamster, res e s Oth 

ave, ne- cor Franz ave. 
Cockerham Jesse E. teamster, res e.s 0th 

ave, ne cor Franz ave. 



r' 



Go to ^ 

the 



HRECTOI 



Geji'l Contrlctors; 

7th Street; 



COG 



Cickrell Erjank P 
; \ersity, rms 2315 

Cemdington 
! hnery, I 
Oder H C, 

ColIC£ 

ody John, 
oe Bertha, 



C 

c 



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stucleryt praHe 
North. 
Cephas D, furni|ujre rind 



()() e Grand ave 
student 
c, rrjis 7 
<:ara Ws 



Iowa E;u«4n?ss 

Yt T>ot-L- , I [ 



YA Park 
1451 Wal 



ersi 



ty,[rmk 



rug' 



ave. 



i: .y>vi 



Ma ->\ 



offin Catherine (wic^ Harrison), reS 

li 

res 1731 l}[igh. 



Cjoffin Elmejr J, elk if B Thomjts, b(ls 1731 
Hiih. 



HtH. 
Rak da I 



student Drake. Unh 

2:509 North ; ' 

Coe Bros (Eclwarc E and Harry 

gists, 4 33 0th ave 
Cpe Edwardj E (£oe Bros). bdsj>22 (fth 
Cbe t George!, student Iowa I^u3|irfJ2ss 

Cojlede, ires 420 8th, 
Cbe Harry (Coe Bros), bdsj (522 Othl{i\|e\ 
C3e John, tcjamster, resi 5CJ4 Clay (o 1} M). 
Cje Willianr A, student Iowa Iklusi 

nese College, rms 420 
Cpe W G. salesman Chas E Ri^ser 

;bds[l0(lS Locust, 
C|ofiey Theodore, collector 

Dic'iey, res 1 825 17th. 
Cbtfin Albert K, lab Bloomfield Coal and 

Mining CoJ res 811 Des Moinj; 
dollin Alphen, trav agt, res 173 L Hi?h. 
Coffin benjamin, F, elk. County Cl^rk;, res 



ni/ 
mil- 



ros, 

& 



1027th. 



Coffin George F, elk 
Coffin Henry a!, died October 9th; 
Coffin if S, pres D ^1 Life Assn, r 
. ;i Dodge, ila 
offin Nathan 



E '(pudliy & Coffi|n), bds 
1534 Linden. 
Ctoffin Rosa jj instructor White Sewing 
| Mabhir e Go, rms 12(|i Grand ave; 
Cofflri V^altcr p, Treas Iowfa Loan 
! ; anc! Trust] Co, jTreas Dennis 
Wijitin y Machine C6, 'res' 902 7 
Coffiand Bslle! wks Hill's laund, 
; : Vojse Blk., • I , ' -, 

Coffland Charles WJ motorman D A' 
[ R, jres 127 !Des Moines, 
(poffland George W. mngr 0th. a, 
i hoi se, res H23 Walnut. 



18j)l. 
js/'Fort 



Duplex 

IthJ .: f 

rms \'\ 



bott Pointing cl, res 1515 Grr 



I 



Coffman 

Grand 
Cij'ggeshall 
Coggeshall 
' "' 1 7th. 
Cogswell ^helldon 

ave, res sajme 



ab, ttis 1437 



| St R 
e boat 
Capitol 



.(tollman Cpnrad, 

avtj 
Coffman F(ed fi, baggageman C 11 I & P 



, Ry; bds 1 .115 Grand h\;e', 
Cofimah Ceor^e, sjudent* rms 12 
Coffman Ifarr^ L, pressman Watt 



,ovell E collector, r<fs 
ave;. I ! 

George \V. re$ 000 7th. 
'Mary J (wid John M) f 




ForYoiir: 

Boots and Shoes! 






G, 



, druggist 




M 23rd. 
2 rs-Tal- 
nd ave. 



15^5 



res <i<|) 
102 <!th 



•' 



18: 
VE. 






»{ Cohen Benjimin, loan broker j &21 e 5thj 
res \M[ : <fth. 



ilia 



Moines Fire Iosuraic 



oo; 



"DES^MOINES 



Cohen Abraham j, grower -517, e 6th; res^ 
Cohen Abra larri t,* grocer' 1 18 Coijrt ave.j 



len ai 
rife samtj 



?' 



1 Cohen liros (Louis H arc! Samuel^ junk 21 £ 

e Watout.v . ' . , ! | . ■ = 'J r 
•■ ^ohen Harrp, poljice, rus 018 e 2^1. 



e Walnflt. 

r rtfar'i . 

. Cohen Harr v 1 grocer, Easton Boulevard, 



riw cor ' /IOnt£;omej7, res same. , 
; Cohen Harry J- ((pohenf 'Bros), bdb.f71tfe 

Court a 1 e 
i (Johen Isaac lab, Ires 2| 7, Des Moines. 
Cohen Jacol R, cigar nmfr, 315 e5th, res,' 
T^le^alnut., •! : ! . J ;•■ 1 
Cohen. Josep i, lab,i res 801) Court,ave. 
Cohjen Kji'teijw.icl Ua4c) re|s (512 & 2d. 

iH ((pohlen, Br^)/ res 7ltf e 



TY 




Chase & West, 

Furniture, 

Belt Stoeh In tie Cltj, 

ISJo, 2|3 West FoJirth StreU 



! Cpher). LpUi 

; (Court a\he 
Cohen Meye| J, r^s 
Cohen Mpsel res 1 



s 10: 

5J5 



Coheii Mqse j, student (*ari 
n^erci'al College, ;re:> 72 
Coh'en Myer fjunk ^ealej-.resl 
CoUtjji Natlfan Bi 



0*Me,(:th, 
e WalquU | 



Court a^ 
Cohen Orwi: 



Cohjjiri 

J \ e 
Coli ii 

! Cohiir 



Robe 
Walni 

Samn il. .(Cjohen 
buft 



£ 



Dllege, 
CoM: ]UB, } 



8 Grand ave:. 



\im ti 



bamnelj elk Sz.ul Da 



Gi '.nd ave 



Cohfn: Wal 



Hugh tx, ,u 

Kathejjlne 
sp 7th 
, Cokenpwer 1 



.2r] S. student, Highland Pk 



•nut, fes 
tolbu::ri"A C 
! ColttuWEdii 

;ColtJuj-n,Geo 
■ i ' ii o£ Sen 
■CpltWn'Gra 

I i ' Nge., , 
! Goltfurn jjqh 
! ! .jMth,' res 
,' Colby 

iGolh 



, junk, l)£;e 



.f 



al Ctty Conn 
e Walnut, j 
I530e\Valnut.; 
res; 215 ei 



bptcbjer; 
d {(t>ransliy : M Cjohen), bds 



7th, res 1530 



;Br'3s),|!r 



» . 



)2jHfgh. 
\\, Jre? 1313 Grand 



(wid C'orneliu:;), 



ld;on, bds 



avte; 



times y/-, f hysidiai 523 "Wal 
002 Fpre&t.' | ' ' ' 
!opr D;M JRy ( r£(|s()li)e;<)th 
p, "stydent Higjilao 



ge hi, carbj res \ 

ca ave. 1 - 'j 

3, stjudent Hignl 



•■'■: ' E 

! Colby. 
> ColUjy 



sa 



H, carp and builder 950 



sarai. 



Ha.^efH, b3g h, 512 7th 

pjines fl£ v sec an(J n ng 
ight Co, fesplo jip. 



Sett iq 
h : rii; l s A t qoji.ee ^or| Edi 



:| * h il C( f 
<Viljl^^i 

Mir in 



CpldoWttli 



res'" 



B, drivef: Van'(tirii<el-;Cpal 
Cp, ires 5U. 7th.- 
res lie 



.teacher, 





:s,718 e 



rms 710 



Pk CpI^ 
so 9tjn ( 2d 
ii'dTPkiCol- 



'-i 



ison 



jpnEli^c^ric 



; 'per^ ne cpr 




dtjlcord j (p, | student "flighjlarid Pk C^Pege. 
GJqlcorci Ivory Gi farrr/e»r, Leyner, ne cor 

^othi = {;,■ j-- ; ' ; 

Cnlden ^ homa.s, salesr^an Qeorge E Con- 
'' vers^, res TO 20th ! 



C:» 



vCH^dewe. \iejka.auer t fresqp painter, ^es |3.'lo 

e:Jst | I [ j, I ; , j , . 

C^jle A R,\ jhvftchmanj D M U rL, bds 

ejl^iOr F] Preis Eureka Broom ljro!^er ■ 
Co, xii ^raEd Island Nqb,. \\ . T . 
e CHeitei}' C iCole, -McVrfy & Chisjiire) 

re,s|l-^8^th, T i ' : ■' . \ I ] '. 
CH» e Cyrii^j C, jjsst editor la State Re-gi^er, 

rmsii2D[i»th ' 
Cpfe Georde, labiCoon Valley Coal (td res 



f 
C 



biKEOTOKY, 



, Safe and Sucossful 

I (See A iri) 



-U. 



COL 



213 




•I 

ar 

(0 



and Bugs J 5 



3 

9 

3; 

CD 




e George, 
1030 i^h 
e H or ice 
e Ivan 



Jataf 



(cpl d), lab, rms 118 wjs(|> bd. 
res 517 e Scott, 
ioemkr, ifes 310 e ^oioth.^i 



. jppttjer 

isTO, s 



and t 5 k College. 




$/filevM6Ve^ 6r Cheshire ((Mster f^0% 
C Cole' kllr^d U McVeyand Tiorjias W^ 1 ^ 
A Cheshire), Attorneys at Law, 1 tp 5 
Cpfe'k B bckj 122-124 ^ourt ave 

CH>je Marcus S, lab D M Ijottery, re| 51,7 e . 
Sc 9 tt[ , ■ I i 

C) e Nelliej, student High 

C > e jRus,jell R.auiver, res 310 e so |)th K 

QMeSarnWllD, brakeman f C R I & P Ry, 
res 1 73'^Vilty. ■ ■ ' :L 

lC)'e Spencer S, lawyer, reb 1220 Oh ave. 

iGlQle Vr <fh«»ter, aist Sec Hswkeye 
Iris C o res. 1 1 j|0 0th. { 'Stv/ronif / asftr) . 

kte Zib^ ]i,| tea lister, ws 2d-bet jje idrson 
and'MidisbnjSD M)j ' j ■)■ 

Ueman Add ty, Student (fall an an C 3llege, ; 
res 1510 Center. 1i| 

pieman Firep.j cofafectr, (res 200 3d, ' 4« 
emaif Joseph (!)', barker, 317 3rd, bds 1 )! 



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ClJoleman Iijicfaard Ml J, plasterer, rei 704 e 

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d]6l[em;an 
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d)ieman Tjhbmas M, lab, res II II High. , ^ 
CoIesBlpclc, Court ave, se cpr 5th[ Ifl 

CDlflesh f an^ A,| plasterer, res Tl\ ^Hb. ■»! 



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Thomas M, lab, res 1111 High. , JQ 



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Colflesh Rebecca H '(wic! Allen), res 777 

13th. , 

Collard John, farmer, res se '4 sec 31 (D M). 
Collard William, auctioneer, res 702 ■ 3rd. 

H College Park Land Co, -John Sherman seo, 
80li Youngerman Bill, r 

Colley James W* foreman D Mi U Ry, res 

1517 Locust, i 

Colley William H, car rep, D M U Ry, 
~g^ res 1517 Locust. 

^g i Collier, scv also Colvfr. 
mm Collier A Darcie.clk Ry M S.rms 1239 23rd. 
Collier Henry (col'd), fireman Aljorn Hotise. 
Collier Ichabod, fireman I X L Laundry, 

res 1(10(5 Walker. 
Collier William H, chief engineer D M St 

R R, rms 60S 3rd. \ 

Collins Alson, bkpr, res 1523 Grand ave. 
' Collins Charles B, collection elk Citizens, 

Nat Bank, rms 82S 7th. 
Collins Charles H, bkpr Equitable Life 

Assuranqe Society, res 1210!>th. 
Collins Charles I,, driver L J Wells, res 
■ 101(5 High. ! 

Collins Clifford N, bkpr la Nat Bank, bds 

71") "»th. 
Collins Elizabeth H(\vid John), res 715 5th. 
Collins Edwin P, lab D M St R R.,bds 107 

w so 7th. 
Collins E S, lab, res 111.0 Woodland ave.* 
Collins Francis, contractor, Center, "1st e 

2Sth. 
Collins George W, lab, res 1*121 Court ave. 
Collins Ilarla A, lab, res 1323 Court ave. 
Collins Harry F, lab. res s of C R I & P 

Ry. w of 2Sth. . > 

Collins Henry F, wks V Ml Brick .Mnfg 
Co, res s of C R I & P Ry, wof'28th. 

Collins Harry P, Genl Agt Dupont 
ft -■ - v — • Powder Co, 202 Youngerman Blk, rms 

1001 8th. 
Collins James, janitor, res 125 H.-j V 
Collins James, lab, res 15(5 e 2d. 
Collins John B, agt Red Line Transfer Co, 

res 834 15th. 
Collins John F, bricklyr t res Center, 1st e of 

0< 28th. 
Collins John J, trav agt Craig-Denisori Co, 
res 101!) 2d. ■ ' ■'! ; 



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Collins Joseph' A, 'tfav agt t) M Piaio Co 
res 802 lOtrji/ ' ' 

Collins Mamie, 'iomejstic 3110 Gth aj-e. 
Collins Mary AJwid Tohnj.rms 1428 High: 
Collins Miles, v$s D M U jRy^.Co, Jres 418 

Collins Nason 13, res 715 5th. 
Collins N P,i motqrmL 
Collins Patrick ?},. res 



ikn D.M-St R & 
If 28 ,4th 
Col)ins Percy, collecjor Valley Na{ Bank, 

bds 715 5th;- 
Collins R Henry, teller D M Nat B«lnk,,res 



James O'Mqa 



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Coilins Thomasj elk 

I. 450 2d: ij ; 
Collins Timothy, labi, res ' Maury, hw cor 

20th. 
Collins WilburiM, stjudent, rrfis 334(1 3d 
Collins William, w-ks Chase Brqs, 

sw cor Grana ave. j 

Collins William S, res' 715 nth. 
Colbns W J, student Highland Pk College 

Collis johrijj Con,tractpr for Pkmbpg, 
I Steam .a-nd Hot Wc ter Heating, 51") 

\ Mulberry, rrris :)1G Wajlnut. 
Collner Detlef, lab Cf R J & 

| e Scott. . j I 
Collner John, elk Gbldstpne & 'Rddstqne, 

| res 1100 e Scott. j ' 

Colloson Charles J, fireman Statd ; House, 

I res 115 F. ' 

Collurn A Hugh, wks Woodland Cebetery, 

|rqs 1159 23d. j ' ; ', 

Collurn Lizzie,clk Lang Brtos; res 1! j>9 23d. 
Collurn Robert ;H, removed to Chicago. 
Columbus JBuggy Co, Z\ ; i |"ire- 

! stone, Mngr, 415-417 (ith ave. j, | 
Col-umbian Rfebtaurant, Charle'sj I [ Hayes 

mngr, 51-lfLocu,st^ ' 'J v ill 

Cqlson Abrah.ijn G, trav agt, res'Oi 3 High. 
Cblvin Mrs A E, seamstress, res 5'0 e Lo- 

i CUSt. ■({[ j ' ' ' i ' 

Colvih Charles M, physician 31(5 hh, I rms 

, same. ' l\ , j 

Cblvin HenryMG, fireman r D M Mnfg &■ 

Supply Co, res 1338 e Vine. 
Cblvin Louisaf stenog HalL & Mayer, bds 
I ! 1407 Lociist: ! 
Cblvin William .'E, ^tudent D M College. 
CoWll Charlqs L, trjav agt, rms SOO (5th ave. 
CoJivAlljEUa M, dornestic Savery Hou^e. 
Colwell Willikm O, trav agt" C)lurjibus 

l'-:BuigyCo' j ", \ • , 
Col}'er, si's also Collier. ' ' '• I 
C^lyer [chabdd, lablj res 1G00, Walker! 
Colyer Williap'.M, Wks C St P &;K G Ry, 

res 012 Cherry: (• 

qombs Irving JW, carp, res 1317 Buchanan. 
CombsiMaryA, res 1317;Buchanan. j 
Combs -JMildrqd, domestic912 Gth.| i 



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ComelU Apit jnip> I frdit'! J82 |4th. 
Cdmelli Gusftav, waitbri Bepsoti 

narUbd, 132 4thH : ! ", \\' \ 
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GomfoU Mhv L in M, pbtter D M Pottery, res 
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Comic); t Ei'alhs M, w|cs E L & t L Weeks/ 
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John|,;3,| removejd to^Vobcland, la: 



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rowne :5<;cl 502-504 Lodusfc. 



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aniiiej, real estate 1.14 ■, Pa' Lpai 



d^,res)22Sth 

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lab la Pipe & ^ile (Jp 



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ConHit Williani b / (W.D Copdit 
' 1000 W 



Condit Josiah 
Condit Myj-tl| 
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wks Eagle Pottery, ! rm 



Ifi/A; Com Jay. 



lab ne> 17,30 Dies 



lab, res 17301 Ee 1 



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Cohfi way lean ier jr, nursery, riis 17|13 

; Des MMres.i i {' ■ ' , ' ! '! 

ConmtHa(ryfe'|bkpr WD Condi & Co) 

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id John), res 212 1 H^ill- 

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C<}nger|Ed\vln H ion'. i#s 10fT2IsU 
(f!(i(nger Eieanora D. elk C;has E Risteejr ^| 

jBro, res 13D3 Capit<iV ; ave. ( I t \'\ m 

<t'4|nger1 George S, elk Dl |M Coal \ mingJMA 
h CojbdsTlO'Oh: ! j i . ■ I . |^|1 

CcWer iHermar., canvasser, res. 415 Cen'i 

Ccn^erMl-sIda! H| elk US .Pension 



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Victarif„res cyef 310 rSValriu^.i 

Bert], brakemah D IVI N fe r .W 
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lab.'-'r^s 15:H|MaTle; 



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Cot ley Jc m'D.' machinist 
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'oj|i^lini!3arah M, |millirler and dreB^mfyr, 
f|0'dj\jalhut, i-essanle. 
■klin Victoria (vvid- jafaias), res \i 
•WaliAt. ' 'j : i| I 
., liHn"WilburS; Ltudejitj lids l';313 
O&klin William XI res 1333 e.l$th. 
Conljy, ^v ciLo C*incti\<i C<>>i?!(>//\'. 
Mlev Ehkvard, lal^. res 1317 Mijlbeifr^i 
Copley jcjl rl, elk ifriE Sternberg, j rrm 



dressrnkr, l res 1517 



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Connelly, ,v« ..'/.»v C'.w/«t, Conno/iy) x : 
♦-. >bnnelly Daniel, lab.res ill S Railroad aye. 
r^ © Connelly Frank, painter rms I M Linden. 

o W 'Connelly Henry H. driver E I.) Janes & 

P* w " Co, res -IU7 e so Sth 
£ .- *£ Connelly Janes, lab. res I is:* mh 
ta O Connelly James C, bricklyr, res 11S-1 
S> .£ Wiley. , 

"g Connelly Jevemiah, res MS-S lOih. 

ra o Connelly Joseph, removed to Chicago. 
j§ rtf Connelly Thomas, trav agt, rms 5-K) (Hh. 
V rt Conner Addison, fireman C St F & K C 

Lr r§ Rv, res 50.*? >th. 

o g Conner Albert W. Fireman C St P& K C 
"> -£ R Vi reS,H>:: Mb. j 

©Conner Edward, student Highland i Pk 

W g\ Co-lk^ei 

£ r> Conner Henry A. miner; res e sManv. ,Se- 
<j>' • vastopo 1 . • j 

^ " Conner John 11. student I >raka University, 

rms 1 1.'/' - »th. i - f 

^oniuT William A, poli<£\ res|es Main, Se- 

Ovastopol 
6onners Michael G, blksmilh, res !>i 1 

Locust. J 

Conners Thomas, carp, res 1 li» [etterson 
Connice G, \.ks Capital (]ity Woolen 
: « Mills 

Connolly. mv .//->■.' C<^'<t', G>nny//y. 
Connolly Daniel 1-3, salesman ltd Littleton, 
, \\ rms i:5Clapp Blk i 

Connolly John, stereotypy la Printing Co, 
( res 1 1SS 10th. I 

Connolly Joseph S, theatrical mngr, res 
i': .")1 1 e Walnut. ; • 

■ Connolly McClelland, salesmafi Ed Little- 
. jij ton, rms 21S Marquardt Blk. 
, C/onnolly William A (Nugent & Connolly), 

: .'«l rms Masonic Temple. 

• ••! , ! 

(')bnnor, .wv >:is,> <>////./; . > 

'Connor Eugene, painter, rms "212 1st 
Cpnnor E W, agt Equitable! Life Assur- 
«:i ance Society, res Burlingtpn, da. 
Connor John E. paperhngr John Mac 

\ Vicar, res i:-',2."> Maple. ' • 
Connor J W, agt Equitable Life Assur- 
ance Society, res Massillan. la. 
Connor William (Gath, Connof & Weaver), 
res lll<)!>th. 



3 

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Conrad Chauncey, agt White 
Machine Go. 72!{ Walnbt. 

Conrad Edwin, contractor, [res 133:! ^ird, 

Brick M) if g Co. 



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Conrad Frank E/wks DM 
Conrad John, painter* res .15 Graij 
Conrad John F (Conrkd & Evans), 

Filrpore. 
Conrad iThomas F, vjks D M Bri 

Co. fres Center Drive, Isle of I 
Conrad WililarA F\ judge 



District Court, res 10(|- Buchiran 
Conrad '& .Evans! (Jojin F (fonrad \\\id, Eld- 



ward B Evaiis), lawyers 
Conroy James S, |res pM 21st ^ 
Conroy Maggie E, domestic ()S4 l.]{ 



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lab; bds {i (ith 

linejr Kajte Daly, jfcds 



or, bds Ji(Iqn|tor 



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cor Wal 

ng House, 

Freehand, Loomip Co ifroprs, \v'c-jhiat. 
sw cor 'ith ave. I (.Vtv _<>// 



Continental Loan and.Trc| 

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J M IMcCaughan E'res, 

ancltceas. 210rith 
Converse Georde E, Dry Gq 

Waljiut, res !K)7 (ith ave. 
Converse 1 L E, student Hfghland 

lege. 
Converse Ma'ttie, kuder 

versity, rms 'loOl Nor 
Convin Russell R, jbXbin 

cor Scott. | • 

Conway, .w a ho Cowr.cury.. 
Conway Patrick F, qriver.Siandar^ Oi 

res .">1H e Raccoon. 
Conway William, bejs 117!kv so 2n|l 
Cook Atwater, loans!, -()20 [Locust, 

7th ' 

Cook Charles lab H\ L Fjrost, re( 1 

Vine 
Cook Charles, miner, res Hartfqrtf a 

n of Indianola ave, ;(S D ;M). 
Cook Charles A, carp,' res .110 

ave. i i 

(took Charles C, student, bds; 900 
Cook Clara A (wid Abel D), tes V. 
Cook Clarerfce, student Highland 

; lege. • . i -■ ' | 

Cook C Ethelind, bds 138- eiOth 
Cook Delos JM, trav agt, res 7f)0 t Lj 
Coc^ Edwin N (E N Cook & Co), res 

Capitol ai-e. ! ' 

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Capital City Cornmei rial Coftegel 



C?oiiroy Michael 
ConroJ Rose, rail 

2t)lh 
Coinsignjy E A, pres itlill O^ynerV ^ 

Ins Co, res AvocK, la. 
Consolidated fanl^ 

(The)', M Storer M 
; Market. ' , :ji 
Constable James J', conduc 

House. . 

Constable Robert, cik Yopfiker L 

.")('-!) e Locust. 
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[Cook E F 

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I Cook Fra lk 
; c}ook Ge<jrgie 
Packjjng 
i Cook Gi 

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(Book Hafjryj 

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Cook Herjma 
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Ohok Ira 



.aft 



| Cook 'Ha'Jnai 
Cobft H "H. s.uoent 



quita 
rss Lake 



: Cook March 



Cook Mary (^' 
'Cqok Na.han 



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ok.Willla 



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CjtyJ la 



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Louis riol- ; 
IrrhanBTK.' 

Locust, 
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resesoiOth.n Rjaji 
res 1547 DesjM; 
jabH L Frost, * 



C >ok JesSfe, tab 
dbok Jplii, .1 
CJobk Johp.t[ 
'Vine 
i (took Toskpri Mf, brakaman CR 
j'.j rLmi^ ' ' 1 

i (jolok .Lvrnai 

res iBurlin^tonj, Iowgj. 



cines 



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'L, lab, res-e so '* 



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(udent, |)d$ 115."> 
barber 2()2 -1th 



Cdok Nellie 
Cqok Roper 

(fookR £, slpolent Highland Pk 
K k Saffah jl Jwks Bon Tdn R 



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okSiljjisMjjlab, rms 1,2:1? h{: 
>f icarp; res. M2t v 
m, ; miner Cobn Va 



res Ba tford ajve, 2d n of 
ave,'<p, J K'l). i i •' i ' ' 
ok Willianjlfr, lao Merrill E 

' i 171#tftli.l !:. ,■"-.: ■! 

.Cook Wjllian)JN, lab H L Frof; 

! 18th : , -.!, _ ;, '\'/\\:. 
i'-Cdoksie fan iss ( C, lab, bds.81.3 
. Cooley Net ie 

I j .lege 
' Cooley Sarah 



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wid George), 
Cooler Will irip, driver L J . 
Cctanes Gicji'ci, ^ec and treas h- 

BrasisV^rki res 1203 5th 
Cbomes Roy,! smdent D Ijl \C 



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C'opri, Jtv tf./.rj Kuhn 

Coon Adelbart • J, carp, res !je|Bferson, 

; c P r ' l -? kll )!i. V :■' 1 "' ' ; ''' : 
Cqdn Ghaijlis A, carp^lres Jeffeison, se 

I 15th ! \ ' i ' :; ' : 

Coca ..Dat^iri D, tmfce^res 1205 12th 

CDqnEuWei^ A, carp, res jeffaisor, se 

ilattf. •.M.'\| r 



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iil6 W. FIFTH 8T.' 
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CAPITAL PAID $150,000 



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Real Ej9tate, Loans 3rd 
Municipal Bonds! 



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Herbert, raachl Mason Hand 
do.'rel lOl.e 'll^Hf ' 
%ix llorkce jfl' expman, res 131jl! IBu 

;i|ia^ftjj. '• .- If .]•■■'" ' ' ' 

>j'i '.' fjarrjes, H, fore'mkn Mason 
ialhaCo', res 101 e 11th 

L 1 , wks S Green & Sons.rn 



C^oriUrvi;? 



Coon ey i J 

Cooney J 

Cxfaey'J 

. Cboney \j 



y.Cjoal 



Co, 



Inclianojla , 

r^ck Co,i res |; 

, fesllO et 



Walq 



ut. 
Pk Col- f 

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21? e 



s [110 1th. 
and 



Hege, 



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urvi? 

Stueb 



V siMpy <:oal CovJ II' Stjcckton, 



Pres ai I 



522 lUcust. 



mes, miner,; res 712 e so 



rlemiah 



Ijin, removed to St. Louis, 
lli|im Hj'.bkbinder la I 



Hj, 'res 



d Trea 



Harlan Bros* rds 1200 ; p^ 



CWt jay 
j|2th. 
Clbbiiil.loy 

C(})on Net'tj^ I, ^re^smUcr, bds.(15fl Eja 

:Htate);15r 
Cflon Stu^ij|H, j-e^ 1200' 1 12.th. 

Coon 



s, IH G McElderr 



J. 



Mhi 



removed to St. L<bui>. 



a;n \y, foreman Western 



Nfewsf 
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•iduse, 
RfcyceP 3 




I Co, lr> 1 35.11 itk 
UDons,' .fc.">j \t/s\>\A<> 
C]3ons A/j 

paper] Union, real 177 lS^h 

Cbons Eatella 1 S, jtutlent; JQallanaii Col* j^J 
lege,i|r'ins 518 <; fith. \ '\ -^ 

UDOBs M5f>. waitress IDavid Kvans 
(TDOpei; AJ'-bert (coj'd)j. wks Savery 
res3((i High 
30per A; a in W, lab Newmtin ( Bros, 

ave, j;t cor Srnth. 
Doperl C^y C, elk 

7th. ' 
ooper Cjhjarles, lap, res 42 f 2w so (Hjh 
Dopet Cjharles H, bkpr, res J 338 7th 

CDoper Clarence, student Highla id[ Pk 
' Colljge, res 1137 0th 
Cboper Clarence C, wks .Nf W Susbender 

Co, re«; lii37 f)th. !' [ 
CQbper David C.dab, res y 8 Oth 
■■ .'spf-O/idl" , ' ■ ; i' -it / ' 
Cooper Dallas, student Highland . 
egei j : . K , \ i 

Cooper Edward, wks Newrrjan Bro4Rbyce 

ave, 5e cor Smith. 
Coof>er iffie, 'domestic 31 IH Oth 
Cooper Elizabeth (wjid F u 

Grand ave. 



J D'Seeljierger, r^s 1058 r^ 

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Hand pz 



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Mo. 
Jnting 





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REAL ESTATE and LOWS, 

Youngerman Block, 208 W. fifth St 



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'«■ A 



Proctor Coal Co,. 



Miners and Dealers IOWA !;OFT CO, 

Cor. 3rd and Locust. 'Phone 



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ALBERT L. WEST, 

510 Walnat St.> 




no 21 s 
o ^ • 

■- p: 
? : %AiWN STOVES AND MNQES. 

og t. — r~ ! 

Coiiper Elmer A, mngr Wonderland! Mu- 

flj (w './seum. rms -130 Chestnut. - I 

w S| Cooper Essie, seamstress,: rms 1 111 1: Cherry. 

JJj ^Cccjper Eustace B, elk EJ Cooper, res n s 
1^ , Ctinton ave, \v of 1 0th. 1 

it Ccoper Eustace J, Real Estate and 

.! Insurance, 318 Iowa Loan l and Trust 
'■; Bldg. res n s Clinton ave, 1st e of 10th. 

i * 

Cjoper Frank B. City Supt of 
Schools, Office High School Bldg.res 
7.">ii Nth. '• ■ 

Cooper Eennimore I, bkpr F M.Hubb^ll & 
Son, res Terrace Hill. 

Craper George, driver Ewing '& Jewett, 
rms ll'.'U Washington. i 

Cooper George, painter, res 1220 Laurel. 

Cooper George C, Teller Citizen's 

' Nat Bank, res 1338 7th. 
C-ooper George E, paper hngr, res 12*20 

Laurel. , ' . ; 

Cooper Cieorge H, bkpr Shaver Carriage 

Co, res il 12!) '3r»th. 
Cooper Grace A, bkpr E. J Cooper, res. n s 
i Clinton aye, 1st e of Mth. : 

•'Codper Hattie, student Highland Pk Col- 
lege. „ ^ r 
/Cooper Jacob, tailor, res 21-1 c * th. 
Cooper John, phvsiqian 12 Masonic Tem- 
ple, res High, se cqr l'.Uh. 1 
■ Cooper John H (Cooper] & Wilson)/ res 028 
gm 12th. 

-^# : XCooper ' Julia E, teacher Washington 

- School, res t33s 7th. % 

.' g- t Coo per Julias, tailor Jacob Posner, res 3O20 

- j ' Woodland ave. 

■ JfJ Cooper Lew|is (col'd), wks Sav-ery. Hj)tel, 



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Cooper"Mary. student I-lighlaud Pki Col- 
lege 

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(•Cooper Mary (wid William), res) U 



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Walnut 



'Cooper j\Iarv (wid John K). res 20 1 14th. 
' JUrf Cooper Marv A (wid William), res 1PM e 

^^ i 1 - Walnut' j 

j (H'Cooper Marv S, teacher Crocker (School, 

* y res 1338 ah 
r^\ .''-Cooper Oliver, lab, bds 10 IS Capitol ave. 
^BrS Cooper Samuel A. oculist 508 Walnut. 

Cooper Sarah (wid Joseph), res se ^4 sec 32. 



Cooper School, e s 12th, bet Schcol and 

I North. •■ ! I 

Cpoper William (col'd), wk> R M Ifydi 
Cooper W r A, treas N W Suspender (Co, ms 

I 137 SHh. 
Cooper W r ilber L, re? 13-13 e 9th 
Cooper k W'ilson (John H Cooper* \\f M 
Wilson), painters j)2S : 2th. 

Cope Fred TtjDep 1 Auditor PblkCfouktV, 
res 713 8th. j ! \ [' 

Cope Homer D, broker 503 Youngerman 
Blkj res 831 5th. ij T r 

Copa Mary B, actressi res ( 11 1 0th 

Cope Samuel J (S J Cope k Co), ^es (ill 
10th 

Cope S J & Co (Samuel J CoDe arid 

'• — • • : - - ■ ::i)S5th. 



Lucius F Robinson), real es'tata, 

i 

Coplefy Mrs Addie B, milliner M 
man k Co, rms Robins 3n Blk 



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Riegel- 



C R I & P Ry, 



md Pk College 
^s 1210 



Wester 
ocust. 



(f orbit E P removed to Ida 



( 



orbitt Maggie 



1 Yeast 



Co, 



Copley Barney, brake-man 

! res 51. 'f e Locust. ' 
Copp Eclwin, student High! 
Coppers-tone! Sarah (wid ThDmas), r 

■ 124,- '; - • . , 
Co'pperatbne Thomas A, sec 

i! Co. ires 121 6 12th 
Coppock 'Aaron res 703 e I 
Coppock Elwoo:! C, wks Mumriejt k 

res 13-H W.oodland avq 
Coppock Ephraim, lab, res 
Coppola Samuel/grocer 10. 7th, 
Corarie Joseph, wks Todd fc Ki 
Corbetj Isaac N, adjust^ 

71 I- North. j : 

Corbet Nellie, elk Frances E Calothler-- 

res K»0<) Locust. ! '' 

(forbin Edward C, bds lO-l 7th 
Corbin J WilLiam, printer The! 

Dempster Co, bds 101 f "th. j 
Corbin Williarr, fireman l| M BrijjkMnig 

Co, res I'll 7ih. 
Corbin WilljaiTi M, engra\-3er, jras 



seamstress , rms ljl 12 i.iih 



([orbitt WilHanji, died Febiluark' 1 l;h 1S!»2 
Cpvby Benjr.mr.n2S, brickrrkr, res \.'nh, inv 

cor Scott. : ! i i 

Corby Charles D, lab CR Ik P Rv, res 

1 i2'i e Wa'nut 
Corcoran Catherine (wid John), ;'[?es <»2-> 

■ ■ e 1 f t , • 

Corcoran 'Charles T, cigar mkr F A 

res 1 128 St i-. | 
Corcoran James, engineer CS'tP 

Rv, bds Ciagaiij^Iouse. ,j> 

Corcoran Maggie A, elk Chas EiKi 
[ i Bro, res (k3 e 1st. 
Corcoran Martin J, wlks L Harbach 

e 1st. . 
(porcoran Owe a, lunch room 1.22 

337 w so out 




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reip same 
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Robert 



Hi 7th. 



brjecht. 
&\K'C 
sser iS: 
res <".2:| 
3d res 



WHOLESALE HAY. 

412 W. 7th Street. 'Phon<.. 681. 



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(ford {llau'enc ■} V, barber, red (10 
(l'W, res 833 11th. 
li«jm, miner,; bds 223 



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Monroe | ($., 

liaW H, butcher, res; m } 11th ' ' 
Adam J r : mascjn, res 



^illiam, Amoved! lo-j&tj Paut. 

>i2njd. 



netbr Hartf^rq ave|($jD|M) : . 
George, res |01 Hillside avej (i 



. j, .^.Indianpla 

)ie:i)r Hartford! (S pi |IV;:j. i I | 
Uit:e,' milliner, resMiahoJa ave; 
n^ c«Jr Hartford ave (S X) tyl), ; |. ; j 
(tdrdaryl Andrew, bri^kjyr, Ijre^s . Indian jdI 

a\je, j 
(Jordafy . ... „.. ....... 

1 dm - ' r .4, f -i ■ ■ ■ 

Cdrdary JohnjA, teim'pter, hsllndianbla 

j ave, jie oor Hartford aye; (5 D'.M) 
"ordajryjtv ,l r so. Cartiry. \ 'j f'l \ 

iordry LjeoudisiH, v pres jD'M Dairy Co,, 
, Ves 2421 ^ingm; r^ ave. i, j [ 
Jordry Iilliia/M, elk D M pauy Co. res i 

2-121 |p i*feijin J-ve. ■ 1 1 ' 
Iordry. J\fay -bdg h TOO e Cth^ 
^ordry s<y i\^o Cordary. ;"■. s : 

"or^y' Abraham, student Iowa,Busi- 
' ne'sB Collegk rms 720 itli kvej 



Cormac Jjarhels 
Qormic.aij Crcor 
Gradd s\e, 



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ijlniver- 
qdlle^e. 
College". 



^rey-AbjraH^m E| kudentliDrake 
' !-$ity, |es^4G(10th. 1 ■ : I '[ 
qrdy C L etcher Highland Irk 
rmsrSuclid ave, ns corjlk 
Cor^y fc .-!!),. student Highland jPk 
(!orey% 'si • ais ) jCo/v'j i <• , ' ''■! ' ' 11 1 ; 
Corfe,E'^ f #dent Highland Pk/ipollege 
(Torison Catharine (J |\vid Leniael M), res' 

] 1 $-1.5, 7th. ■!; ' .- , ;\\: l ;'.' ' 

Oqrisjin jB.ra:j 11k M, fcik Coritme ital iCloth- 

I -itig lEfiousSj.res ftl* :.} 7th. | 'I . j, 
uclrk Alfred J, tdam^ten ted T>kn ave, 4th 

\<-of jEiiptl.| • . [ ; j ' " ; 

Cork Ethblb^'t, bricldyt rmsfj}<janave,|4th 
wbf Elliott! T- '•'' ' ' ' 

Cork FreGqriiklW. lab, res rf s Routt ave, 

I 2$dwbETpyiU\je| J 'H 
(jefrk ( Petjbr, abj'rds n|s Cburf ave, 3r<J.w 

{ qjTqwr.'. a>jef|- '/ ... , 
darker Mr 3 J IJ; res ,40? NewlYdrk ave. 
■Ccrkins Henry, ; resi 12.'MSheparq .' , 
(klr|ett Cjq, ,£tu p denl Highlapd I'k College. 
" : IdW-resfsw'ii's^S^SDi^); 
e W, !feed,> 
es! 81 7 3rd, 



lab, irejs 
'^e^'lab, res Jilt? 



jol'lOth.!- 

rii QIpl3t^.; 



Corinicarj \V|ilharn;G, 

Cor raised qfeor^e.^a'b, 

Corinblobjn JUsna (vyid John}, 

C'ornjsliud J, |:-e(iioye|d to Caria^A;; |j 

(brntliud Ei-ryj wks Aborn riduse 

( orheliud Mary, do(iesti ! c 'Abo|rfa |louse 

yor(ielius|.M|a|r>j (col'jdUadild, tbsW* ^h,i 



l:d,i sw cbr« 



C ortiell jimh it, vei^d 20tl , , ,,.,.,, .. .. 
(jqrnell Jirri^ 5 U, caTp.j res t!9p 2(jth. !| !•: ' j . CJpste 
prrlelL V ^1K im, stpdfei t, tnjs ' ! - ^ ---■■■ ' 




1802 lltH., 

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PAP'TA 




COrnjBlli' jVVilliam E, stenog The Ibwa 
Htmesteao^, res otb and Franz aveJ 

(ttmkt George! W (G ^ Cqrne'r & CoJ res 
.'W&yovtS ' > i ." 

doitneiJG WfCo(G W Cornsrjand 
■%ti Whallen), Props I X L Lajintiryi 
51 5 d Cth. (Sec index to advs.)' 

(fqrntr Sarah E, wks IX L Laundty J res 

l) ILyon. i 1 

d^mey Jihnf res 1204^2 ^oodland ive. 
Cqrnick Harry; miner,! res Indianolia ave, 

se (ipr Clay) . (S t>' M). 
Corning Burton H, shoes, 321 Walriiit, res 



Hetallc Sky Jghls 

L AND 

Iron Shutter's. 




FURNACES, GAL' 

SLAfEfNDTIN 
ROOFllli 



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SINCLAIR MfQ"CO. 



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, DBS MQWES, //{. 





BLUING 



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Curr Art iur B; salesman L Harba:h, res 

1251 10th. 4 
t C^orridon Hppora (wid John), res 21 1 e so Cth. 
'Corrieri oset)h, res i 010 Cherry, 
uorrigan R J; paperhgr Redhead, Norton, 
J tathrop&Cb. ' ' 

Qjrrig in Thomas? res,719 Lyon 
CDrrongh] Rachel, student Highlaiid Pk 

Cc Ue,ge. ; ' ; 

Cprry Vlargurite. student ^allanan College] 
rms 812 High. I 

Cbfry, j<v iitso 'Corey. 

C^rsbis George ]?, died 'September 26th, 1 
lHf)l.,-; : -" 

teamstqr Ewing & jewett, 

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.2 Jain W, 



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carpet hwea'ver, re> lb 10 

1 , ■ ' ■ 



Ctirsbi e 

reilWo. ^Oi 
d(Jrsbie Marion, 

2»Jth|. , , ■■ ■ v 
dorsbfe Simon^Wjcarp, res 18f0 2tth." 
C:»rsb(e (Thomas C] res 1S40 20 h. ,'" 
C .rsbja WilljarriL; c^, res 1840 S 0th. 
Cjfnvin Russell, bkbinder, la Printing Co, 
" jds2(th anal Scott (E DM). 
joryeu lUwisC janitor, res 1108 High, 
osgr^ve'john, res 10717th. | 
1 >sgrpve Hannah jseams:re.s!i, rjes .1071 7th. 
psg^vej John, res, 1071 7th. '' 

ohn S, lawyer, 400 la L:>an & 
, Blcig; bds 1307 Center. 
C ' psklery. Margaret A (wid Samuel), res 1307 
^eriterV ( . . 

(Naylor & Cosker y), bds 



Coskery Robert 
15}07[7th. 




k YounUer pros, ris 312 j 



Over 313 
; W.Wilnnt 
' 8 reet. 




W, A. St 
209 



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£? <220 



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DES MOINES CITY 



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s!^ Des Moines Piano Co. 

cojjg (incorporated.) 

^» Kriabe, Rice-Hiiw, Schae tor 

-"'*■" And Other Pianos. I, 

All Kinds of Musical Merchandise. 

407W. Walnut St„ 

Opposite Kirk wood House. 



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Costello Hannah (wid John), res, 81ti 

Cherry. 
Costello John bricklyr, b/ls 81 ti Cherry., 
Costello Kate, domestic 3:52 4th. 



c iJc? Costello Mary, domestic, "J(>*2:> Grand 
ci ifc y ., .. . . . * . . ' .. . .1 1 -. 1 



2jc^ Costello Peter, lab res :U"2 loth 
CThcJ 



ave. 



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Co^tigan Dennis, wks Liverpool and 1) M 
Packing Co, res Court ave (Grant 1 Pk\ 

Costigan Patrick, lab, Court ave, nr Esh- 
baugh, 



,*5 - Costigan Patrick, lab.nesCouiit ave, ne cor 

h g ! Belmont ' 

r _ 4 g Cottage drove, bet '-ilst and *JS5rd and Cot- 

^j ■£ : tage drove ave and t North. 

•*£ o Cottage Home Building'Assn. J Bellangee 

g g* sec, 505 Walnut 

*« pq Cottage Hospital. 1 1 "J 1 -hh. 

■ - w Cotter C Frank, cigarmkr Gabrio & Spitz, 
*j res SI 5 Park. 

o Cotter 



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_ Kdward P, piinter 

H Leader, bds Harrigan House. 

t>» Cotter Ellen (wid Michael), res SI 5 Park. 

"S Cotter Hattie, seamstress Younker Bros, 

P , res r>:i<> 0th ave. 

Jj Cotter Lizzie K, stenog Frank E Plummer, 

res 5!!»» (ith ave i ' ' j 

o Cottle John, bkpr- Washington Life Ins 

£« . Co, rnis SK25 C>th ave. ' 

AJ Cotton John, miner Proctor Coal, Mine, 

"£^2 res e s Park ave, 10th s of Gourmand 

PL| Boulevard. r j 

_g Cottrell Albert P (Cottrell # Mnn- 

" sell), res VXV2 '2 ith (Sir right J>ot torn 

• Cottrell Frank, student Drake University, 
bds ?.m North. | 

Cottrell John M, carriage trimmer, 

; 75 '2 e Walnut! 
Cottrell Robert, lab H L Frost, bdj; 
ne'cor 18th. 




^ Cottrell Kudolphus 13, barber C 
' ; & Co, bds 115 8th 



bds 
Maury, 
C Nunes 



■ Cqttrell Sarah J, teacher Drake 
fi j sity, res \'?M 24th. 



Univer- 

^Cottreli Vincent.labH L Frost, bds| ^Iaury 
ami . ne cor 18th. 
■> Cottrell & MunBelt, (AP Cottrell, C 

fi> I E Munsell),Real Estate and I(oans,20S 
5th. (.SVv right bottom Hues.) 



douch Herihj, miner, res Sevasitopbjl. 
Couch Johh, fab D M Mnfj^ & $up£|ly 

Pjelton ave. 
douch Theodore L, cashr AmaViciih 



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SELS, Prep. les Moines Stone 

West go. Third Street 



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([oughlin paniel B, rdrnastej, ijtfs 

Locust, I / 

oughlin Eugene E, erigij St P & it 

res 14U>|L6cust.' : | . , 

(foughlan lemuel G, farmer, r^s rf£ \ 

X) (Ul'.j I'j 
oughlin ^drgaret, elk G E C(|mv^:s<j\ res 

'1405 Locust.,, 
oughlin William H, clkiiL Harbalch 
, 1405 Iiodust. j 

( % oulter AridijeW J, engr C R 

Morgajii He-use. ]■ i 

Coulter L 15, student High^nd 
Counsel iiica 1 1 Charles & Cd, 

mngr,! ^rain fcommissi 

Blk. ! I j ■ !- 

(poulter R J, stjiident Higjhland 
(?ountrymp CharlesC, stile 

Pk Col lege] j 

(f oursey \i irt, saddler, bcls 
(Tourson irs E A, 1 gtobe|r 

same. . ! .-j I: , , 
(tourson (-eorge L, jdrjver Wh: 

Transfer Co, res BOSUhh ave 



Pk 
John I\4 



oh, 



en 



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8' 



tourt House, w s 5th, 
Courier Eugene M, \yks L J 

Pel ton ave. 
Courter Gertrude M, domestic 
Courter "William A. real 

:l2d. 



ohh Cojurt ^ve. 
WbllSi 



est 
(col'd), barker 



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^?ourtley Isiaac 

Wood 
"urtney Aithufj E, driver 

res 71 Chestnut 
Jourtney Jeremiah, bricklyr; 

I & P.*y, jvbf fJ8th.| • j . 4 
^ourtright Frank II. wks Sab^nT|(j)ii{;e 
"ousins Charles /(col'd)}, waitp 

House, res j 775 10th 
mlouson 1 Georgji L, bllvsmith 

Mine, res Coon Valley) Sidin 
Covenant Mutual Benefit lAssn, 40 

erman 131k] = | 

!oventry JamesJ res 715 t Walnut. 
Coventry jDhnj S, carp, res|715 e| 
^oveny Hjfrry, I student Highland 

.•J e 8 e - i ..1 ■ « 

"ovington Loriaine P, printer T 

' Leader, rrris 519 (ith ave. I 

Cowan Frank t\ driver, rds 030 e Gjr Jti^d 

Cowan Hatryj student Highland 

lece. I ' 

Cowan HenryjW, bkpr Citizens|S 

res 03 ) Kith. 
Cowan- Walter i\V. trav ag^, bds 

wood. 



WESTERN WHITE BkOjIZE CO.. DES MOINES, 

"Best Waterlal of | the Ago for Monum0:!t8."--So ienoe. 



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Isjirk- 

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ery 
rbeck 



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Walnut. 
Pk! Col- 



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Ttie Kirk- 



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Chestnut 



it liaj student Calk.aan College 



Chestnut. , ■ f !i 
Dbi tj contractor, reS 1 103 Oth ave. 

it jj yf, tray . 'agt Hjilbert, j Ward 
ife{j |S$5 5th,] 

to St Piuj, Minn. 



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removed 

,r|diC, jptjihter, re 



Cox 3knjaririn E, la'b 

indDtlh 1 
#ox Calhejrjue, 



Cox Clarence 



Cox Clbm 



ii\t 



Cox Marg 
Cox- Matte 
!()!?() )th 
'yCox Olin, c 

ker. 
'■Cox Sarmjel 



(townile AMdsjA, teachejr, re^BljO 18th. 
Cinvhie JdhniHiJHemr^an & Cp\vni,e), res 
840 18tn. ,J ' ' ' 

ounieJdhnljrilresMilSth. 

ox Abrade raiLji lab, res 224 |e* {tst. 
2qx Agnes, v-k^/National Crapker! Co. 
:bx ivrthur rfii^sicianj 



(wid H^nry), r js 
.stUdeht'H' 



e Jst. 
RI^PRy, 



L,i student Capi to 
I mercijd College, rms 52o 
Cox EltTicr, ]D(ubber jjres G18U 
Cox Frknc, c>ss|t road master, j 

res 1 1 1 "> Grand al4. I 
Cox If Gl diiidl January, 28, W\ ,, 
Cox Irene!, eacher, rl^s 911 ^Mken.f 
Cpx Jkcotj p v (Gox'& fisher), |re| 2()Bje 10th. 



Cpx' Jameb, itytier, r^ 
| ! (Sevastopol.) 

Cpx James E "*' T 
j qust 

Fol.U 
Cox James 
/| res 91 
Cox Lewis, 



[ —) -' t . I , ... ! 

LCb#j J E (B-.'Co (Jsjmes E Cox, Cieorge F 
n i^n, legists. 901 WMnufM r 



Cox Thomajs 



303]VJo 




! 2, wks 

i l 

l i L 

I, carr 



!3 M Feb 



res l'ito 



9| KOINES ciTr 



£ 



i» Co, res. 



3th. 

er ;& Co, 



aigtjres'llj/'lChesthut. 



'1 



j}es203ejfioth| ,' ; 
res se iok Court ave 

niljHigh.i 

PkCJollege... 

City Com- 

h.: 1 



s 3d, 

i. 

J'ECdl&Co), 



H.lsec State Mitje 
talker. 



1 a hi; res 



arlelti res 8( 



\i\ je Lo«fU|t. 
Tj Locus 



res 



lj.,1 teacher Coopet . 

:,f I ha- 
le PriebeiS Bilby 

r Maidstone Hot 
res 3d, b of 



Icewery, 



13B4 



He iry Fisher), 



5th. 



313V 



rrjiner, 

/ S p vjas- 1 bjbo.lj) . 
Cox TndmsiilH jqur!ijialist,^s 
Cox &Flsh.jp( Jacob tiCoic,' 

blksmitll >, 312e\Valni)t 

Coy ira.jren 3\ 2d to Say lor 

Coyle I^iimeyi minjer, re$ 

(St)M) 
Coyle riah'dijh j wks C H H 

Center < tin 

''Covle Henr/j fftemad/bds 203 |e iOtjh 
Coyle Un^h .:ll| FBHkie.res I'm Qrand aye.; 

Coyle John, printer Iowa Prijnfcin&il^o, bids, 



s p04;ir>th. 



res 



Brewery, 
i43i Lo- 



leal Estate and Exchange Brckerd 

22) Wejathm St., Pes Mokes, Ma. 

r • . I i" 



C insult A. H. WEBER, G 



niBECTORY. 



CRA 



o., 



'iAL* 



ABoilT YOUR Et|eS. ^ 



221: 



Cc 






Iiispectqrs N 



h 



boll, res 
llWal- 



res 



onroe),; 

111 ej 



roe (S DM), 



f WW 



C If 

era 
Cri 



'» 207 -W«ft Fiftli Street, 

Loan and Trust Building, near Postoff Ice 



(S 






Jfefl 




yl ; Job n, miTJier, res 303 Mopr6e 

f-:?M). ,. f ',: ■. . ! •. 
C Jyre Jobin \% lab, res 325 w so 0th 
C|ziir Rev B.F W, removed to ColfaK. la. 
Cubb Wlliari, ( resl210 J 23rd, .^«_ 

Gt ibjtree pur^, cash boy Mi Riegelrtian & JjNj 

■ Co, bds 915 Grand ave. 
Ciribtree. Many E, dressmkr, rej i>15 

Gran<l ave 1 ', 1 J ■ ] 

Crikbtree Wi liam Tyl, wks Wallacej Mc- 
Namara ^ Linnkne H & P Co. res 1)15 
Grapi ave. . , 

CrMts Cleorjje^ L, elk . LedeVer, Str mss & 

1, |Co, " is f 173 8th. 
Crkgan Alic^, .dressmkr, res Cragan House 

1 (SD,W. ! .■' J : • . 

»an House, Michael Cragan prbpr, S 
Des -ijloiiies, nr C S( P & K C F&..' 
^an James, res Cragab House. J 
'an liichs el, grocer, n of C St If & K 
G roindjhouse, resl Cragan HoUse (S 

D'Ml) r L; ; |. 

Cfigan Michael, propr Cragan House, n o{ 

C St P &M C Ry round house. 
Cit^ihan M £gi Equitabe Life ■ Assurance 

Society,; res Rolfe, 1 1. 

ig Ab^l.Gl carp, reis 1145 10th. 



G 



Aig, DeQispnt & C^ ^F t Craig 
Deni^on)^ c'om mefs, 131-133«2n 

' '" Savin 



1 

Cfkjg (M.krgiret; (wid Josiah), res 



C|fWg Naacy 
lege, res 



C 
C 



M 



gs 



WS 
I. v 

Bank, 



CWig Elijah ft\V bkpr D 

jlresaiJOOthja^e 
Cfciig Fn.nk j (Craig, Dbnisoa & Cb), res 

I [913 lOthfl 
C^gjFrsdeiicki W. asnt sec low] 

BandLAssn, res 11 29 10th. 
C^jg Jairjesj DJ lab la Pipe and T 
bdM 18 e Lpcust. 



a Nat 
le Co, 
109 e 



M, student Highland PkCol- 
3r4, 2hd n of Ejflclid ale! 
Craig Sainu^., farmed, res Cn^sterfijld. 
"raig Tcim.J'sindent, Highland PkCJoUege. 
Sain Al6xatipier D, trav, agt, res OlWttfh. 
aJn Ghjarlds k, brick'lyr, res .Mil f th. . «Q 
C||ai|n Eliza 1 |j (wid Geotge W), re :r HOo 
Locust. I; l: .:;(.' 
aiin, str' alio Cram. !) 
ain Beijarhia, teamstpr, 10.10 Saqtt., 



PRtTITiR and BLANK BOOK MAKER, 

20\ r -l W Toi/f} h 15/ . , 0eil Moines, lobe. 



m 

n~ ■ 






V. ■ qj o 



A. H, WALKER & CO,, 

• i ' ! j 

223 CRA DES M0INK8 CITY 




F. WOLCOTT WEBSTER, 

SUPERIOR 

PHOTOGRAPHY. 

4II Walnut St., 

? Des Moincsi Iowa. 



Cram David, teamster Proctor Coal Co, res 

,80:4 Jefferson (S D M). ' 

Cram Frank, lab John McGorris,; res 1000 
«» .Scott. 
7> Cr^m John R, painter, res 92!) 12th. 
•^Cram Mamie, student D M College, res 1121 
Locust. 
Cram William, lab, res 1000 Shaw. 
^ CramblStt Caroline (wid John T.), rqs 1018 

CV3 



9th. 




Cramer, St-^ a/so Krat.'mcr\and Kr^mor. : 
Cramer Frank L, salesman Read & Trav- 
*Mfc»~sj ersy, rms 728 4th. i 

■ sfc-J Cramer John, cooper, res! ~>0l e so Oth. 
<ft?53 Cramer: Julius G, student! bds 1280 28th. 
Cramer! Lewis jW, printer Ol,sen» 
Welch Printing Co, res 2829 
North. '• ;!i 

Cramer Monroe, driver jay Tungiate, res 

50 1. Penna ave. i j 

Cramer Ward C, transfer agt D MJ St Ry, 
res M8I Grand ave. 
., Cramer Ward H, elk C R I & PlRy, res 
. J^ 53 1431 Grand ave. 
; -,2Jp* Cramer Willard A, elk I) M 'St [Ry, .rt>s 
.'.►.. «'fc> 1-181 Grand ave. 

*Cf— ^ Cramef, .wv a /so k'ramcr .. 

Crampton John W,' pres Springer Auto- 
matic Car Coupler Co, res 82 I 7th. 
Crandale George A. mngr H M Tlbsick & 

:15~!^ Co, res lOHi Mulbenj. : I 

'.'■-.' ^ Crandall Helen C, prin Cooper Scliool, res 
■jl ■■■»=-< $27 7th. § . ! I , 

: j' .< l<2 Crandall John II, removed to Perry, la. 
'i? ■;.*£§ Crandall J R, student! Highland Pk Col- 
: .TV-? '.| lege. , ' j 

Crandall William H H. physician 1 7p8 20th, 
res same. 






fi £3 Craridell Elizabeth H (wid David) )?e*. l?f>9 
1 1th. 



i ; 5 fe^ Crane A B, agt Equitable Life Assurance 

Hfej^ 3 • Society, res Council Bluffs, la. 

!f fepCrane Elmer R, cashr C & N W Ry, res 

['><§§ 809 e 12th. 

1** -f83 C v ^ G Frnest C. barber .loo e Locust, bds 
(ill e Grand ave. . *• 

Crane Glenn E, student Iowa Busi- 
ness College, rms 1021 Scott, 1 j 
ic r i^> Crane Ira E, mach D y\ St R R, rms 428 
Chestnut. '■ ' 



3K2 




Plumbing, 

210 Ccurt 



DIRECTORY. 



Crane T ij, 
Crapsey Eh 



bd=jj81 00th ave 
ratty' Maryj, wjai tress Hotel 



Cravens Melvi 
S80 Peijna 
rayens Ge 







:1 George, stock dealer 



C 
C 



rawfor 
rawfor 



wel 
0raw!for 
IStl 
Orawfortl Henr;?j A, agt J I Case Thres|hin 
lime C< , 404 e Loaust'„| rps ;1-J88 
Wb<kllrnd ave. » , 

" 1 HenrJI C, lab, res Sf)G 2$ 
1 Har#y; elk dbvji Stat 



Mei's Assn 



C rawfor 



C 
C 



Woodland ave. 



Craw for 



\\\ 



rawfor .1 Wm B, trav agt Weir PI 



bds 
rawfor 

Mil 
Crawsh; 

Gra 
Great h 



legtj 



Cree Eliza J (w: 
Mac.ison av 



Cree H; 

son 
Cneadon 

713 
Qreedon 



1 J'amds L, . pbrte • The 
l!)enpster Co, res 1811 Woodland ave 

Cjrawfor! Jahn '.'.., elk AuditorjPolK County, 
res iJ0 8d. . " ■ [ - ]' ^ 

Irawforil Jennings R, elk W E'Cljess, res 

8 10 l|d. 
]rawfor: Selma student Ca|lanan (follegjj, 
res, I 188 Wcodland ave. 
Cjrawforp S ellai elk Younker Brqs, ies.Kill 



(•'I - i 



•V- 4 




R Cut Flowers, 
I 1414 



pk College, 
Crawford Estel 



K ffP. 
srn ?Iut 

W kar- 



le, blksmit 
jave. • i 
)rge'|H, agt Notjthvyest 
Life IhiCcJres 1820 Kth. ' ■ 
Clrawford A bertj W, trav agt G 

quardt <v: Son, bds The prkwAod. 
Crawford A nel !a J (wid A Judsoc ), bdg h 

807 8d. j' ! . "J ! ,! 

0ra\yford Cara,| domestic I'M 26t i. 
rawford ifdw^rd W, stufcnt: Fighlind 



rms 850 21st 

a A, elk Youpker I 

1811 Wjood and ave. 
drawford E W, student Hi^hlanb 

legei |res 85;) 21st. 
Crawford Ifran i, waiter MHs S il 



ber Co, 



Gas and 



Ave. 




Ttlephon 



CUE 



hostler, bds Iovfa Hoijse 
ina Ai patterns, res '81 



Crapsey J 'William, bkpr, Chicag 



Morgan. 

J M 



Othave. 
o| iim- 



, rns 1 i Good Blk 



VT 



!rms 928 H 



illak 



Woodland a/e. 
Craw fori Wrh B (Crawford 

M88 Woodland ave 
Crawford William F, drugg 

!() l(Ul( 
C 

C 



PkiCol- 



gh- 



ros, 



res 



Hope- 
res rk 



i Trav 
Robert 



d D, trajv 



agt, ibc 
Mil 



st 407 ^ocust, 



}w Co, 



112 I Woodland avej. 
W & Millk (Wm 1} CrawfbrJl, M A 
s), )Iksmiths 71-1 Grand ave. 
w Jamels R, contractor, res|M8(i 



ad ave. 
ra H, 



: 



student Hig 



bland Pk Col 



:1 James), 1 ris*9th, 



rp, res ()th 



rry S, c 
ave 

Bridget 
th 
Cornelms, lab, bds 






Flon 

LOCU 



nw cor 



laund David Evans,, bds 



112 el 



11 

13 



I Oesips, Plants 

T STREET. ! 



s),. res 



iw cpr 
Madi- 



Ith. 



i 



I 




Cressler" Jra 



over «jx^- 
■M 'index- 1 



1011 sam 3/ I {ScV index. 

Crenshaw Hixry H-, [.jpr^ntfer 
Miller/n|s]j01l'||Valn\it.| ( 

Cressler Hen:|y C, hpirse breeder 
School •' ,! : lJ 1: '" 



) i7< 



Creedon John, Uvks Liyerriopl' and DM;; 
Packing oabds|U2eMth- } •; 

Creedon Rog^r Jlab, fidsj lljSJ'f illi.j ', ; j ! 
CreekmiirNetti^B.^mBtrels.r^a-TOOlOth. 

CregWCha-lefj, agt, Eqfi jta D|e 
ance; Society, res Doon, la, 
Creigh Jenrii;, prin Gary Scriopl. r$s 10Q2 

"'■ eSJthli , '\(! ' -,U j; r 
TreightorJ H^rry S, elk, -res 1>|3 

Creightan, jsmes H f . . (lawlyqr, 

Locujst. ill J : ;J j: . 1( , , 

Crenshaw 'ChJfence VL wks Chambeflaih & 

Ceres 1^1 JL'W^mutil j ' '' ' 

Crenshaw; Hamljtsn? Jet, 
Job Priflt^r bvjjr 31^ " 



Assur- 



I .dctist. ; ] 

reil 1431 



B6pk and 
aLnuf.Jres 

Hu:Iraai; # 



, House; r|js BlO Scfiobl. 



(eb^m 
oik Continental Clothing 



4. 



SdhpoH 



mercial. 



\vks 22 



i 



Crill jLudinda 

Crjlljf Susan, [(kjmestiy 3£l'e ]j2t|i 

Crinnigan Jarnes 1 S.bakeri, Mrs AdajFjrink, 

I rms 5S0 Chestnut! !' ' j. .[, ! 
Crippen &elett,(i),.art:$t,;431 Des Moines 
Crippen lohn^borlductprlC R I :& j?j &y[ ( ' 

■ rfesR^cccDn,' ne cJr Btrj. ' 
Crippen Philo, removed to Chicago 
Crjst,Squijre] : i ^nyer 



'.'ijpy.lith 



Crite'j George (ill a; 
Crocljer Post ^ 

• cbr tiocu: 
Crocljett gtrt 
Croc' 



Crocljett *Bp& 
Crdcliett.4arj 



frolljCla^ent 



3MadiscW((SiD 
U3ile]|2tfc fl 



4 (3 



27th, 
:khpol, 



Cressey Emrrjk J, teadher^ Crocker 

res 10-13 jthjave 
Cressey Jqser. pirje L» res; 1045 0(h hfte 
Creswell Jfraiik A, coml trav, resj 11 
Creswell iHenry, janitor |Elmw(j>pd 

'reslS70iW. ' M T 

CjressweU Wi liam 4, bkpr- Security |Lpan 
! and T rus j C^,; red 1431J Grar d ia.ve. ' 

Cretemore Ne ttie'lCwSdJ Wiliia'mV J re< 
10th,.; ' L ';' !.,!«■, , 

(jretsenberg Harry, 'Hub Capital pity Brick 
; ■' Co, rpis iflO|Walniitj; | 1. 

Crews ly^iliafii, lab,' res 222 el Ljociist 

Criger F'red.lf, tekchcr Capital Cily Com 

ollege, 1jds'f()22 Grind; ave. 



106. 






te|f 



;et| res [no 



jCroqiiett Osca j ; Cf, stage carp, Grand 
' u ouse, t h 



3 sfime 
ijoij'djj lib, 



Mpine Mdtti res 



res, 1214 Day.* 
"Haiti. Flynu B 



:' M 



K^slltelltri. 
[c'o <i) r Rvks 8lq 7 



,; 



i" th. 



?.'l 



j via|ren 
Ms,HSi)pt|i,. 
Crbm^u Adeli 

y .1 T h ' 



wks 



W 



res)121 w 



[ii; 



4 jrui- 



th.:: 



Opera 

h 1 th 



I Verhey & Co, 



r 

VtlliamH),r^l017 



BESTJldWft SOFT COAL 

! Firai and CoMrt Ave. 



HECTORY- 



cup 



223 



if Idrk Life! Ids. Co. 



of New York. 



ttmer.jpreidrick, mess U S Ex 
res 1 



Crpnan A, 
Scot 
one 
tail 



'l 

j 
C: 




udj|^ & Eelley, Agjts. 

' 20.-202^073.L:ina3iTriit Bld^. 

e bhjt^tit Qtbers Folldwt 





pres:; 
5a Oth. 
wiper, D M U Ry.'res 1!508 p 

' ■■ ', ■ ' ■ 

obertW, "Wholesale an 1 3Re- , 

bon 

in 'all kin4s; of 

and 

res 




afr of the celebrated Dui 



Pucrtp an4 Dealer 



Wpod ,. Iron land Chain Pumps, 

Wasnng Machines, 811 Walnu 

1 01 8 $cott. ( Seepage 124. ) . , 
Ctjjttnkleton ' Dewey O, expr mess, 

llOlith. j , ' '. ! ; 
}nquist Anna, student Highland PI 

lege. '■'.'■! • * ; . ' 
inquist Jda, student Highland Fk 

lege. 1- ,';j I 
|>oksDora, piSin Emerson Schooll res 

lllOEyon 
j>oks Elyaj steiog W A Edwards] jrefe 

lllOI.yon. ; j 1 1 

ttoks Ide, teacher, res ljltf Lyon, j 
Oks Jot n, .elk NVabash "R R, bds 1^1 

i/8th. ; . ! ' ':"■].. I ' 

Qirj<j|oks Michael [J, tinner. AlpertL Wv^stj, 

res 11 .0 Lybi. 'I j 

|rl<|jokshan < Angiis J, elk jValley Ntl Bank 

bds 4!)) S,tateS ,.!,"• 

Oil :os)lhank Clarjence S (Crookshapk^ ^ 

1 I^arretfe) , res 400 State ' 



3 

12 

coj-|H #a 

Col- 



res*« O 



m 



r|<Uokshankj Mil^s M, cashj* Valley j Na|t 
Bank, res 400 State. 

ookshank &> Barrctte (Clarence 
S 1 Crookshaiik, Wfilliarh I:Barrktte)| 
Lawyers, 'M iValley Natl Ban,k Bldg. 
Crcsby Albert C, ! police, rejs 1447 iBuch 
anan.' 

" 5th 



C 

dttflst 



7* 

C 



3 




< sby Catherine!(wid Judd P),res 72. 1 ; 

dtji sby John W. ihessenger, |bds 1 44( 

chanan. . ' ' | j : j 

1 sby jjdsieph C,' printer PC Kenyor 

m 102£lfigfi. i \ , ! ' 

by IRbbert'Wi 'bptcher, res 152C 

qrjdisby Sibley ^ l elk B '$ Ja^uitb, res 

10th. '[:■ ■'. ■ ! ' . ; i 
cy<(lsby. WijlliaJn, driver £ ,N [ D M Ice ^^ 
Coal do, res 1J527 7th.! J ' ■JPl' 

C}fl|oBtiy ^illikm'B, ijawyer, 4l4 Lo-d^# 
cust,. bids 500 7th. 



Buf 
, res 

7th iam 

1182T¥ 

and ^ 



rCM ^GEfiMAN BLOCK. $ pe^ cent int ;rest 
IPaid on Time Deposits, 
3. Sl?f NNEY, Sec'y and lyian' it. 



Plate and Window Glass 



s. 



* S 224 



•« 



CRO 



DKS MOINES CITY DIRECTORY. 



Des Moines Piano Co. 

(Incorporated), j , 

Manufacturer* and Wholesale Dealers in 



!i PIANOS § ORGANS 

I: o And General Musical Merchandise, 

St o 407 iVest Walnut Street. 

a) o * ^ 

4fca : " 

** gj Cro-s Arthur D, elk Polk County Abstract 

*{ c Co, btls Locust, tie cor i'thi 

■J7 Q. Cross Benjamin,' miner, res Hartford ave 

O O ( s D M). ! , 

Sh Z Cress Charles C (C C Cross tS: I Co), res 

.•; o io:;:> - } :5rd 

Cfy «o Cross Charles L, electrician Hess Elec 
^» C Co, btls 1")11 Arlington ave. 

"^i <§ Cross C W, removed to Xewtoti, la. 

Cross C C &• Co (C C Cross, G W 
* , Shaffer), Architects, ">'>() Walnut • 

.^ Cross Ed ww in M, Pres Folk County 
£JJ Abstract Co, res 10.").") 7th. ' 

T*J Cross Elizabeth J (wid Calvin), res 11S2 
•P - IJrd. ^ 

C Cross Frank, lab, la Pipe & Tile Co, res 
4 PI School. 
Cross George, elk, bds (iS7 15th. 
Cross Hiram, mess \V U Tel Co; res |:>:if> 
•S.wd. ; 

^^ Cross Jones F, architect C C Ctioss & Co, 
'I ' ffg res l:a") *j:-!rd. '' 

.. ^^ Cross James, miner Coon Valley Coal Co, 
^V res :>l(»Clay (S D M). 

tJlR Cross John P,' supt Eagle Sanitary and 
■'"■ Cremation Co. res 2UH) • Monroe (S I) 
M) 



Cross\k 

I rt 

Cross \| 

' bq 

Croth< 

r; 

1 Croup 

:\ 

C rous 

, G 

(trout 



hite JamesJ switchman P 
s 10*2o-(p"-ieri-y. 

.hite James S. switchman! D 
s 1( r>(i Cherry, 
is A M;i|chell, trav 
Huh. 



o 



* 



Cross Joseph, miner, res 000 Monroe (S 



D M).' 
Cross Joseph jr, fireman, res 000 Monroe (S 

' U J Cross Llewellyn, miner Coon Valley Coal 
■■.■ Co, res (100 Monroe, (S D M)| 

lljl Cross Robert, elk McBride I3r(>i. res 200 
|M : Monroe (S D M). 
-te^^ Cross Sarah J (wid }t)lin), res 121 
^2B Cross Thomas, miner, res (>U( 
■L (S D M). 

•^0^ Cross William, miner Coon, V 
44% and Mining Co, res Gth.se c^r Monroe 

CI3 (SPM) 

i Cross Win A, pressman Western Lithog 

Co, res 200 Monroe (S D Ml: 
Crossland John H. wks Capital City 
Woollen Mills, res Clay, sweor Curve 



5 2-ltli. 

{)() Monroe 

illey Coal 



O 



W 



a in (S D 
iv Louis 
rand a\ 



tenog James |V !M 



Nellie 
rj.'id. 

Aha, student Highland Pk 

Orpha.jtnden.t Highland jPl 

\V. .bridge contra 



Charles 
!(> I* Locilst. 



James 
Olympfi 



High! 



(Trow 

row 

rbwt 
| f) 
("row* 
Crowt 
re 
(frowtin w j'jjiis, ica oiupc u<. 
(JrowUr John] H (col'd), r|s p2 
( row 
Crow! 



E, res 1020 
a'F, operator W I 
s 15 10 Walnut. 
11 W!-j;|ins, res 8th 



Is 



y Fannie, teacher CaUanac 
ey Jacob A, trav 'agt Avery 

Co, res Pi 74 e 12th. if 



( row 

n 

(J* rowl 

h 

Crow 

i yt 

Crozi 

It 

Crude 

I I 

Cruic 

I C 

Cruic 

I 

Cruis 

Crum 

Gjrum 



l|ey Patrick, res Hil^ide aVe 
)la aie (S D M). 
ey Timothy, flagijrian D 
v. res 44 w so 1 lth 

Mnfg Co; J Otto Eng 
ast ijinfrs, 21 Exchange Bl 
I, student High" 



I 



Crum 
Crum 



Crutt 

r 

Crutt 

Cryd.M 
Cryst 

(S L) M). ;■ j . ' V\ 

Crossland Mary, carpet weaver' Clay, sw j ("ude 

cor Curve (S 1) M). i j 

* Crosson Josiah P, ti'r.vagt K Sllobl>s^Ct\ Cue 

'mis I"-.*; Hisrh. i ' \ Cufm 



The Olsen-We ch Pig. 



H. Wortjestir, 



210 6th AVE. 



CUF 



isM'b'0 i 

bllizabejh A (wid 



M)'. 

C (Brackett lS: 

, res 'ill > 10th. 



agt Ha:; 

i 

Samuel 
Crou 



.1' 



AIUlRy, 

'l ' 

M U Ry, 
ier Bros, 
, res 

say). S-H 

i 

tlrritt, res 



Co}le»e. 

College. 
:tor, r«5 



se cor Forest ave. 



w 



SO ( 

jCo 



r Will 1 

n Wm II), wks John J Man 



!) :kl! 
shank 1 
Ry.rm 



homas, fireman C 
s foot, 11th-. ! 



<sbank W^illiam, mach C 



y, rtjs 1 
hn ^Vnna 



is Ci 



John I' 
OlivbGl 



bd 



s 1420, 
bake" J 
x cot I 



lah 1 



;;sth. 

domestic 



Alfred H, police, res 14f20 
E V; special agt Thp iUni 



110 4 



S 



h. 



res 710 lath 

, bkpr M JRiege|mJin 

High. . 

ajmes W, Iqb, rqs 
iott. 



Crum 
s 
CrumJbakei- iVllinnie R, jeacher, 



ai\-e, sw cor Elliott 
C'ru'sinbett-y AVilll^m 



R 



lhnan College, res S^S Othj a 
ndeti Frank E, phjysician, 

ms a'Jtfebth. 

-nclen, ,vJ-«' n/so' : Crit-jt •ntU'ii 
• i 1 "i I - t 

er William H, ca™, res •>. 

al Oil dijd Gasblind Co (jM 

Vooljvot h, LC Deets), p' 

• Bud, jjjb Capital [pity Brilck Co. re 

e cor ?lth and M<id(son. 

tVilliirrt, removed :o Indjai 

an Chair.es. trav agt, rm| ">ll«< ^h. 



Co 



Printed this Director, 1 



673 Mulberry St 



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Tel Co, 



th. 

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Planter 

nrlntlia- 

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3eck, rms 

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Hig^h, 
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S-(Jtjli av^ 
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■ Sill i ton >Th;bnasl reihbved 

| Mich. ! 
hilly Arthur 

j res 9^1 e 
JTu 1J- Charles, 
fully Clara Jul 
"i: lv Tames IV 
|Tu I)- Jesse G, 



I 



£u 







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rles 



civ engr Ca'pitol 



Cullio eW^'I, 

Grounds 
jbullen. Frank, jcl|f-Yo|inker Bros) jr^s 511 

j.^ranidia^ 
'ufiiton 'Ch^r 

town! Iaj 



73(1 '& Locust: 



removed' to Marshall- 



dlNE^OIT) 






dry, res 
ujlvJLoiiisa 

v 



•. m;rjgr, 
driver 

009 ei 1st. 

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aLe-12 
tujv&rOyntl 



to Gaylord, 



$, a^st cashr C 

Hi* ' ' 

printer, re$ 210 



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ill Willi W)| res 210 



res|8Il e'jvui.i 1 
Capita City " 



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(.viq^ib^rtjjrepihi £ 
h 



ert) res 
M>s.^ii|ieJ Wjjr,'feoJ e , lf>!th,| resf! 



• ' ! 



ill GH GRADE FLOUR 



ty Ry, 

olh. 
q sj(j> (5th. 

Ijauij-! 



j : Othiaye 
Sulver E'iiH, 

fuhiniings 
[ f | Mobflfe, 
tuintriings J 



II- M. ' I : I'f , ' ■ ' 

B(w!»d Lucied)|,res 093 ISth. 



ujvcr Cynthia B(w£d Iiucienires'W 
ulver Davids (Sliitty&|tiuiyerK res 



trav 
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4gt 



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1,^1); 

j J' 1M ' '>'. ■' i ' 

Bentley '&;dimsted. : 

' ' j i » ' r >■ J 1 -..(,. 



'umiiiiris' Albert B {C ( um 
bqs.Saviery House 



fumrn'insiArna B, 
res 714 I5iji ' 



:'uniminstElla j, teacher Hawthorne 
.bds.7M5th. M 



(jumlinirisiFriank, elk D 

..Go,|res , l ! l:faM| 

'" ' ' ' " Cil 



an 

it* 



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salesman. 1 A W;!' 



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Mc-;. : 



amesiS, res 1 

ummings Louis) N,' trav 1 agl; Seth 

Curd}}. : ' • ■ . ;<j - . j '•'' 

Nicholals, lab p 3v}|St R R Ires " 

.14 JfefferW ' ' , I I " 
umrwin.g$ Sabina (wm Ni 

5«rd, , m 1 j j-i n 

lumriiingsil 'tLifes G*B e so J2th ! 
ummings Wi jliarh: A! lali.baYll 10th..{ [. 

nams' .& ;\y tight), T 



Nicholas), |res 114; 



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stein 



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Liie Insurljinci 
For^t iavei l ! s 



; e 4th 

■imdinghanv'ijjhaillks 
,1 bds 1022Cthal'2. 
<|unningharhX)iartk 
! , Tile ( C<il r^s70S)e 



L, ;f^rme- 
lab, b 



: "''i^ es 
s 414 e 



1.1th:"! 

<Jran'd 



lumhait.stMJargare 
res; irl;4.f_ .5th. 

.lumminsi.T loinas . 
pipminsrv^illam, 
■ave. i ' ; i ! 

ill ' ■. ! | [ ■ I i -1 ■ r . » 

j ! fjurrimJnB , . l 5' Wright (A bejrt 
! iwns.and IGjimoU wfight)," Layers;, 
a^VpuaMmar-'filfc. ; ;•(' j" 

|unniqgh'am A| T\ 'died tjune 14tri 1 591. 
|unninghanf Adbjphua'r(v, driyei}, re^ 709, 



N ■& 



MLoan an 



rust 



C^ Sec jlLquLitable 



of "Iowa 



vl 




M\\W.fyuM$i, 40$ E. Walnui 



irigham Elizabeth', 
413,7 iJyon. ' 
i^gha'jn' Frank, co 
$ t Cjottage Gnjve ave 



Schoil : 



1 



Rjv 



si(ijP Gtandalve 

-' ' : ! I : J 

caihr Ypunkei 



wis 



\VY 



«:lki C 4 S 



4 C ' ~< 



lab, la pi 

4th. ■ . 

I ■'■ •-!■■• 



cgsweli.j 



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Cu 
Cu 



seamstress, 
leqtor, res 



rt 



i se . x* %. b 



S «? 



ir»13 S = ^ 



i<puij abgham George H, iarp D M St 

rosOoOe 1st. 
t("ur aingham. Henry B, real estatje, 17 

cfx Locust, res 1437 Ulst ± Q 

Cut jiingham 1 James, agt . Hawkeye In«iCo,': =^5 

ijs Sabih House. 
Cuj :iipgham James A, etpman, res] 
' .-,#! 3ichanah'. ' ■.,'■. ' 

<"ui|[.i:igham Jane (\yid \\'iUiam) bds 

:>on.: -. { .-■■.. 
("ufaaiiligham Jeijnie, stendg, rms (>20 9 

aingham ■ Jeremiah, carp, res 

Pelnna ave. ' 

airgham J. A, student Highlancj 

College. 

a^icgham John C, clkjl437 18th, 
1 :u!c iingham Lillie (col'c ), .'domestic 

"jtVoodland ave. 
jjtuJdn'ihgHam Mary (wid Abdrew T), 
> 031 0th aVe, ! ' » 



h n 



W4.-J7i.gg- 

h.- W.. 



pin^ham M-a^ry, student Highland' Pk 
College. ■ ' ! t l- \ ; 

^ingham Mary E, teacher Hawthorne 
|c|Hod^ bds 1437 18th ' * : 

lintham Nethelderkc r driver, res^709 
a 4eh. . . '- j • 

lincham Owen, wks 1) M Brick Hnfg 
pd.Tres s of CR I & If tty, w of JJSth. 

J437 



ningham Philip, gaidener, res 

18t^. ; . 1 

lingh^m Robert "vV, collector Cap 
City Gas Light Co, re s|1435 7th. | 
Z\ih aingham S^rah (wid PeytoQ R),ires 
709 ei 4th. 



Kut 




"<"up 



)9 e 



aingham William 'T, driver, res 7 

4th. 
Cue ainigham Zebadee (col'd), lab, res' 

Ifeltoji ave. 4 

Cub iingt(jn Albert C, painter, resKJlJJlba^. w 

(^unliinglqn Joseph, wood turner, D ,M n 



j-nell 



ingtorj ave 



upj^rpell 
17104 



PORTING 

8AVERY 



Pk 



i res 



^^ 



tol c*o 






Mnfg& Supply Co, rjs! 1537 Lyoql ' g g 



ugene B, contactor, 1030; Ar« P ^ 



asbri S, real 'estate 304 5tht| res 2 

h. . - ' \ i ^ ', nBi g 



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DES MOINES CITY DIRECTORY J 



G. L. DAHLBERG & 00., 

^STENOGRAPHERS 



ANO DEALERS IN 



CD < 

B«' ! Remington Typewriters. 



- ■ 

J* 

uj £2 
£5 



MX 

Mi 



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MX 







^upp F M, student Iowa Business 

College, rms Old e 9th. ' 

;:urd Holla W, tr.iv agt, res 1212 2IM. ' 
purl Block, 7th ne cor Walnut, j 

fcurl Fred H. jeweler H M Bromley, res 

514 e 5th. . . 
iDurl Hallet S, baker F Proctor, res 405 

School. i 

Turl Jennie, wks State Bindery, res 514 e 5th. 
Turl Jessie B, foreman Carter & Hussey, 

res 514 e 5th. 
iTurless Eugene D, student Drake Univer- 
sity, rms VMiO 27th. • | j 
Chirly Minnie Aj teacher Irving School, 

rms 1310 Woodland ave. 
Curnow Samuel J, machinist D M St R R, 
res 910 Charles. 

Curran, .>\-v <.'/.<v IQm. 

Ciirran Bridget, domestic 11*25 21st. . 

Curran George P. farmer', res e end Coiirt 

ave. ! I 

Curran Lewis H, city tire dept, res 1100 

Penna ave. 
Cuirrie Charles E, [physician 529 ei Locust, 

' res 51 1 Pes Nl'oines. ! 

Curry Cyrus E, wks A F Dicks, bds 204 

14th. ! 

Curry Rev George E, res 220 Des, Moines. 
Curry Nathan G, engineer Perkins '& Brins- 

maid, res 109 PUh, , • ; 

Curry William, died July 15th, 1*91. | 
Curtis Alice E, teacher ir.ving School, res 

1225 Cottage Grove ave. | 

Curtis Benjamin, lab, res 340 \v so Oth. 1. 

Curtis D, trav. agt Equitable Life Assur- 

' ance Society, ves Keokuk, la. I- 

Curtis Emma, teacher Oak School, res Itlv 

bet Oak Park ave and Ovid. 
Curtis Rev Emory jW. res 1011 Maple. \ 
Curtis Ernest E. qarp ; res 1223 Cottage. 
Curtis Fred B. removed to Chicago, 111. >■ 
Curtis Frank, died 'September ISth, 1891, 

Curtis Frank M, trav agt. res 1512 Wash- 

,- ington. 
.CJ'rtis Fred G, student D M College, rms, 

■ 1 1521 11th. . : 

Cartis Guy A, student T) M College, rms 
! 1521 11th. 



Hawkeye Steam 



ro 



Curtis 
G 

Curtis 
111 

Curtis 

(Jurtis 
24t 

i 

Curtis 
Curtis ' 
Curtiss 
Curtiss 

leg 
Curtiss 

leg 
Curtiss 

bds 
Curtley 
Curtis 

15? 
3urtley 
C urwe 
Cushmj 

res 
Cusick 
Cutbir 
C utler 
Cutler 
C utler 
Cutler 



ason D, 
ve ave 
ulia,,st|udent Drake 



S 27th. 

,1 J. KiiW July 57th 



i. 



SchoM, -e 
Villi;ini, 
Diana J 



lanri 



d 



W 7 i 

9av 
George, 

Guy 

ill 



n 



Cutler 

12 
Cutler 

12 
Cutler 

121 
Cutler 
Cutler 

W 
Cuyler 
'Mi 



b 



r\CK 

c 

D^acota 

Pagget 

Dagget 

Dagget 

Dagget 

Dahl >> 

Dahl 

Da hi be 

Dahfbe 

Dahl 

! A 

Dahl 

befg 



yer 
W 



<.SY 




Iary 



Eva 



Minnie, 



R 



carp, Irk 1223 



DAH 



¥ 



M, 



Cotta 



Univprsjity, 
1802 



\V (wid Melvin J), res 

Raccoon, se cor 0th 
printer la State! Register 
(wid Alfred), rej 3}i07 .1th. 
student ¥. ighland 



Pk Col; 

Pk Col- 
O, lawyer, 52l Walnut. 



student \h ighlahd 



: ^ry flouse. j.m 

lab, res 1710 Ma^l 
\[ student D M Cq lejge, rms 
h. 
Isaac, barber, rms 210 4jth. y. 
, W P, trav agt, rms 141$ 8:h. 
n Pearl, miner Manbeckj Mine, 
Cooii Valley Siding. 
Vnnaj dressmkr, bds 122 /& ( th. 
h Rachel, domestic 801 ; P easant. 
Charles H, teamster, resOI9 2Sth. 
3eloss, .real estate, res 120-:. 24th. 
SdwaVd, supt, ;tms 810 High. 
Istella, laundress University Steam 
Lalnndry, res i)10l28thf 



ge 



rms 



*)D.) 



Eugene. (J P Cutler & So is), 
^24ijh. ' I 



is), j re 



res 



27 25th. 
Dejntal 



Printing 



cor 



1st. 



ohniW (] P Cutler & So 
4 24th. I. : 

Jonas P (J P Cutler & JSois), 

!4;2lih. . ■ II 

Juliaj teacher, bdsd 300 Peiina five 
Pi Sons (Jonas I\ Eugerjjl. John 
and Jcnas P Jr), bakers) 1 

Atnasa 'R j trav agt Marsha 
fg Co, bds Mungei's Hole 

\V pole, pricter la 
o, re^ lie 1 cor 8th and Walnbt 
John 1 , tib. res717!i0th, 

Aniiie; {cashier, res 11 10th 

Bruce C, lab, reaVine.nw 

Johh C, lab. res 11 10th: 

LaujraU domestic H 2 8th 
els, lab, res 1423 i$uchaha£ 

carp, bds 505 Grand 
rg Rev Andcew A, res 71;1 
rg Annie, domestic 710 Lye 
3erg Charles ii (C L 
o). res ! 844 "4|h. (See !fft 
Js and iudc'x hi adv's) 

serg CL& Co (Charle^ 
, Frank C jWalrath, D(j>rf 
V, aJts Reniirjgton 
iters] 110-112 la Ldan&fT 

lt-ft\top cor cards atui index 



C 



i 



H8 Fourth St. 

,H.Ragsdal8&Co 



res' 



ave. 



5th. 
n. 

lberg 
top is* 



Dah 



L Dahl- 

E Saw- 

Stantldtd Type 

fustBldg 

tdadvts). 



Propi. 






, Manufacturers of 

ING and BUILDING BfllGK, 




[ 1 ; ; Coirbercl 



Dalsl ron) 
i-'Dailey, 



i ate. . , | 



Ddlilstfolm (tijgtkjve.l tetident C|ap 



M 



aryV: (domestic, Savery^ House. 
lso$alei\akd Daly. I ! i 



,„„..„., /t? also Dfiley\akd Daty 

\ DaQJeV jFtfank, 1 !t>ll<SEifth Shaver Carriage 



(fyr|s,(2frei6tfcl' [ 
i'DaileV J^pei I| farmer! rks 3025 Gtjh ave. 
! Dailev ' wjil iam ! F, ■ ebgineerj |res! 1215 
I ; jGta!ndbte.'^ ; | ,;'[ . \\ 
j DaileV btyias ( "r|msj*ijl2 e t^ojist. 
I Djaiiy fceims, 1'iwktchrakn/ Dj M'& M.C Ryl 
! daily Eld id feei (FJ tester, ijesS I23i) 13th,^ 
I'b'ail " '■' 



ily lc>vf i C apitalJ Lafayette Y^iing bropr, . 

i^biWiJilj J! if[ 1 r, b f y ' 

[Daily ' jot fjj vffcs C St|F &' K C Ry, tes 
■ ; foot II til l ■ ;| : \* '■ ' !;■■ ' 

Da HyUhifjlilU; rfesfootl.lt. 

Daily M^jria ?1 Mrtjman C St;.Pj'& K C Ry. 
! ' rtosftragam^oiise. |V I ' I 
;l>arly Wa!tv MdiNtfkon), ue's 1*30 13thJ 
iIfckiaTh!a>iafl L,| itudent.D M College, 

n7 ^l?Jiij,;!. j :: ' r J; ■ , 

M ^ifd^t! Highland J'k Col- 



| | rms 1W-3 
jDalandqr 

I ' legei i ■ ■ '. 

!Dalaidelr|z W,\pwddntj!|HIgbW4'Pk Col- 

* ' lrgel ^|iE!E^cid4vi 2nd4l|Cth. ' 
i'Dalby ■ SpAjf J[. pairjp, |ra|s! 313 e 



|DaM. ; Sb6tt JL parte, if: 
bale! Marin Hi fvks 

! ■ :ripsJ4l|(ir^(|lU 



Dallm 






ihraa 

pallmer (Eiiil, music 

jDalphjnj |Wie(cai];der I, C 
" .10()lGt4 d '" 



'oung 



( 11th 

& 



Reddish, 



res 



1028 



aleyl steals*} QailayaTiit Daly. 
aley Annie; elk Frank 
.Woidllndave. j j- 
iDaley jaMs k} lib C RJ;I ! & PRy, ires foot 

mm • 'III ! ' ! '"' 

Da%!p^te L M,labCiSl 
foot of 11th.'" 



Palryrnnle 



P&'K.fl"Ry,'i!cs 



m 



qiressmkr 521 Locust, res 



aj:her, 521 Locust, 
erryla palphin|), 
ave, r ' -i , f ' ' ; 

JM, misic teacher, res > 

j ! 



paltyrhpjle 1 CSeci' 

. ,.,.,._ plvid W, Icaitansb' T> U U Ry, ' 
I : res (}(54 l^thJ i : l|| J ?i jT .', r 



Daho4|J6hi i 




£ P 

1 i 



i 



0altbn|4ve:'y, 

•t^)n ; ive.; , ., 

DaltMij Her ry, / f irrriek 

•,Gllf roil aye. ' !-f i ! J. 
gajtba,)^^ M, res 13^ 



lab.irte 



St iPacte 118, 



NC MACHINE. 

TYPEWRITER 

Foui 



to 



j 312 Fourth .St.. j , ; ** 

i)[118. \ PES MOINES, ijptyA, (|0| 



m& 



ioti-3 (H 1 



rk ave and I Clif- 



res Park 



e Vine, 



, miriel: Pooctor (^tal Co, ! 



t ave: ^ncl CljljE ipn ave. 




and 




pulton Fafrick, |-es 1348. e Vine. 
D; i lw, see also Ddittiy and{ Daley, 
P$ly Annai elk Lang Bros, res 408 

it Anna' F„ el \, res 4()8 Kith. 
Dftly Bridget L, milliner M Riegelrhan 8c 

[do, ib^s 052 10th. J \\ ■ 
D .WEmmaG, dklL Trepanier, res 408 -^ 

ic>tfa. I j ■'{ , . Q 

Di.l? George Fj <ilk L Tr^panier, res 408 J: 
\ 116th. j T ; ] { ^H 

Difly Henrkr,- lab, re's 052 10th. , VI i 

D;sly Henr^ jr, hariiesshikr D M Sac dj^ery 
,.| CoT bds 952 10th. . l m^ 

Df if isabe| M, elk Lang Bros, res 4081 Kith. (Syj 
DeH Jamefe, drayman Porkins & Brins- ^f\ 
> maid, f-eSj 1301 "VValnut. f ] 

Dslv James jr, packer P;r|kins ^ ^r^ns- 
^maid, jrei 1301 Walnut.! , 
alyjame^ (t. student, res sjw Vi sic 17 
(DM.)| f 



y 

a.|y 



® 



t 



bds 



John L, wksG R I 4 P Ry,"rnis952 ft 
10th. ■:..[. W 

'Kate,' milliner, 332 0th a ^e,res same, 
y J^ary, A, res s\v Vi sec 1". D M. 
Daly.'Maryj F, tailoress Jacob PosnetL 
' j 052 iojh. ' '. •] I <J 

y Timithy, farmer, , res sw Vi sic 17 "^ 
DM. ■ . '../' -I j j f f3^ 

y Thomas Erwks L Harjach, res, 052 p_ 
10tfr. I' :.,;. ii d> 

Twilljk, dressmkt,>rms 13 Pitcair4 Blk. gj 
•Winifred B, res swiH sdc 17 (Dr]Vl). ^ £*, 
Willihrif; elk, res^'lOih. | 5 n> 
:ell RT, student Iowa Bualrx«B»K 
polliae, rms 1020 H^gi. . J( K>P 
^eE^fcikb M Li^e Assn, res' -1332*1 |J 
■ I Qrandljave. •• | i ' | j, J flm 

Damon- W Ham A, Collector, res 833 {13th. £ | | 
Dainp Jesse M, died Februar> 25, 18!|1. s M 
Da^ia J ' CJ trav agt Diamonl SuspdnderC^T 

Co,' re^ Joplin Mo. i ! ; "* 

Daiahy Katie, waiter Monltoi House) ' J 

Danlj>Urn j^gnes C, milliner, res 1023 ejJ 

Penia, aye. v i y ' " • P m 

Daiiburn Dominique D, Cfrp, *res [[1023 fH u 

■i ■Penka.ive. ■ ' r. ^ R* 




Danei Alfred, tyls 83 e Grand ive 
Daijie Oscjii T, elk Hurlburt| >Vard 8i : po, : 
rms W; ilnut.se cor $th. 



CO 



E. D. Janes & Co.. 






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to 



DAN 



DES MOINES CITY DIRECTORY 



Cement Pavers and gen 

207.200-211 7th 



I Contra 

Street. 



Wi 



Div 



I Des Moines Piano Co. 

S3 (Incorporated.) 

Knabe, Rice-Hinze, Sctiaeffer 

And Other PJanos. 

'■' All Kinds of Musical Merchandise. 

407 W. Walnut' St., 
P—™ Opposite Kirk wood House. 

)X mmm ^ - __ 

fj ^— Dane Peter E, carp, rms 17150 University 

•'^^2 Danfofd Lester L, printer, bds 821 e Oth. 
?__"_>Danfohh C A, student Highland Pk Col- 

OJJ lege. ' 
••■'**■■ Danforth E II, paperhngr Redhead, Nor- 



« 




: ton, Lathrop & Co. res 1020 Sth. 
Daniorth G II, student Highland Pk Col- 
__ _, • et*e. 

IJCO Daniel John W. fireman Highland Pk Col- 
■ ^^^ lege, res 01U Des Moines 

j<35» Daniels Alonzo, lab, res Coon Valley Siding. 

jlj : ' Daniels Frederick, moulder, res rear 1105 
; Maple. 
Daniels Lola, student D M College rms 

VMi\ 10th, 
Daniels Philip, removed to Azusa, Cal. 
V [i yj Daniels Sophia (wid John E), res rear 1105 
.]) J "Maple. 

/ * flfl Daniel William H, ins, res 1518 Grand ave. 
■it 1 ^ Danielson Charles, mach la Iron & Brass 
.'Jj — Works, res 004 e 9th. k 

tti JJl? Danielson I H G; agt Equitable Life As- 
^\fm- i' stance Society, res Gowrie, la. 
■jp-i , Danielson Lena, domestic, (JO- 2d: 
q '0)1 iDanielson Otto, lab CK I & P Ey.fes 1522 

?0D £ ' Maple. 

•^ Danielson Otto E, carrier P O, res 200 e 



_£ 



Grand ave, 



Neb. 
m ave, nr 



iU "Danielson Emma, elk Chas E Risser & 
£ ' Bro, res 004 e Oth. 

ro !; Dating Clara A, bkpr' N W Holiness Kb 
£ JJ '.Co. res lUOi) 11th. 

■- Jj Darland Charles A, 'asst sec la State Trav 
> 55 Men's Assn. rms 02.4 High. 

^ gr Darling A, removed to Omaha, £> 

• 4} Darling Victoria, rms ri s Bea 
■J _! Forest ave. 

2 , Darnell Alva, miner VanGinkel Coal Min- 
^ -M ing Co. res \v s Center, ^id's of Franklin. 
_■ _! ' Darnell Harvey, wks Nat'Cracker Co, res 
u J Short (S D M). 

3 *-i Darnell William, lab, res< Illinois, 2d n of 
O ° Clark. 

>» K Darnell William S, electrician D M St ^ R. { 

** Z Darrow Verno, student CJallanan College/ 
9. D] rms l.'WO Oth ave. l 

♦* O Darrow Robert L, trav agt, r'esKUO High. 

' g g Dart Maria C (wid W r T), 'res 014 Oth. 

0. < L r- 



Goldsmi 



Darter, 
restaurait, I52U 



K &W 



Darter Andrew (Darter & 

K0:-Uth.j 
Darter & boldsmith (Andrew 

Alfred r{ Goldsmith), -- 1 — - 

4th. . | 

Dascomb flattie E (wid Orlando), 

tress, ires 8j08 e Court ; 
Datin W'illiam 1 , foreman 

crest, rek VM'2 e ^th. 
Daughenbaugh Abraham $, real es 

8-1? 18th ( 
Daughenbau^h Agnes (wic 

• 817 18th[ ! 
Daughenbaugh M Jennie 

res 847 18th. 
Daughenbaugh Nettie M, bkpr A R 

enbaiigh, res 847 18th 

Daugherty, Str <jAv> Doche) 

Dauglierly Alice E, domes*; 
Daugherly Ellsworth L, cashier 
1 Brinsmaid. rms;2PJ 4tli, 



seams- 
Pi Gil- 

i ! 

ate, res 

Sebastidn), res 

music l|eacher, 

Daugh-, 

i 

/y, Dohcrty and 



ctors; 



K bds 



lie !()$:? 2lst: 

Pe 



10 



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Pk Col- 

Macon, 

Grand 



Daugherty F Nj student Highland 

lege! 'I ' I ; ] :i 

Daugher(y George W, rerr oved to 

Ca. s !' ■ ' : .: 

Daugherty G P. stonectr, bds 

ave. .. ' i i' ; 

Daugherty Harry (Wartbui^g& Diautherty), 

res '81 If 12th, \ \ \ ' 

Daugherty J L, removed to Emporia, Kas. 

Daugherty Lerqy MY fireman C R I & P 

Ry, res over 438 e Gra'nd avs. 
Daugherty l\jlrs (VI Aj dressmkr; res <J>yer4U8 • 
e Grand, ave. j 

I Daugherty Martha L, dressmkr, rrps 1804 

Woodlahd ave. 
I Daugherty Russell ^, brakeman D M N & 

W Ry - ' i ! I ' : Li 

Daugherty William A. 'exp messijn^er, rms 

121!) ;llth. ! |: 

Daughert|y William H ^i, rejmdvedto 

South Bend, Ind. 
Dauphin Alex 'A| (Terry & 

over .10(11 Grand ave 
Daum Charles H, remove 

Eiautremont Charles J, clkjjPO, rles 310 e 

7th. .,'::; J' 

Davenport Behjarrjin, foreman H H 
Sickles, res! 020 II 2th. 
j Davenport Charles M, elk 

Davenport Ed\vard',L,<ci 
Bros, res'OijlJ 12th. 

Davenoort Narcissa E[(col 

7th. I ;■ ! I j I : 

Davenport falter J, sec Iowa Nat Build- 
ing and Loan Assn, resCOui 

Davev Georgie T, artist, ris 717 P^rk, 

Davey Mary J (wid Patrjck), bd^j h 717 
Park. ■■ ! i 



res 820 10th. j 

rarmkr Lafferty 

I ]| I 
d), domestic 032 



The W. L. Douglas' Are So ¥ ' ev w , . A 

Advertised Shoes. at the | (Snoe StOrO. - ^, | A. 



Good Luck" 318 6th Ave, 



Dauphii), rms 

i .> 

toDen\jer, Co|. 



it 



Boyer. 




pavic Ettc: 
Walnut 



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,pavic Johr l A 

ayk Joshua, 

avitl ]L61b M 
javitl ffho nas W, lab 



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Davidsb'n Jbstiph. house 

DavidsDn Laura Al{\v}d 
!; Clay, (3I)'M)J;- 



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Davids ;m yiau 

10$ e 

pavjds)n |M 

Davidson Wm 

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pavies HJe| 

Davjes He iry 
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DavisfAlbef 

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Davis ^lAeflt, 

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Dajvis JAli 
Davis ^.nU 
Davis Anp 

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Davis Arth'vW-l 

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3avis A j-tjhi) 

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Laundry 

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State T rials, 



mover, |52(J 
Jon'athaij, 



, fjjirmturje j 315 
rahdl aiye; ;| I, ' 
removed 
tfj driver 1 



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L J I We 



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lab, res 815 Cojur 
(U, re^lj ;estatelj 

t (Davis, Smith & td), 

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t|W, res |1307 28Jh 
stuqepi prjake; tJni 

Icodm jpsirc i&.Diletbidtt. 
MValnUt 

removed to| Van Mbttti 
cl)i, ry <pretes, |se| co 



S llab, rk 2108 W&Lland 



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r^s ' 1314; 

rss 211 

3 Is 507 



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idiHenr 1 }'). resllir $th. . 
fwidj I&chard), refsmOM 



J, ■ < • - ! 



j, mus^an', bds 1 0f)jCourt 
dlkifl0, res 1 \)v"tjst 



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n Gj stiic ent 'Hig ilind Pk 
i4s;3p3^6}b' \\ ]\ lTIf 



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lsCimwel 

Sjjavis Ohir 

^vis(GJurl 

•?avisj.CJHai[|es 

I lQori Sdioii 

,^vis]dMf.js 

M Carles 

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qtsttian 
Grand ave J 
C^Uananto'lle^. 



irsons 



s 

paiiite 
pipe r 
Wks 



aMkesOl^SjWt 
res 202 9 th. 



A, 
B, 



Ijgr, res <J1 i dcott. 



Thomas IliaviSs. ires 

' 1 ■ ■ I ■ M ' 

painter C E McCrdy.'res 



blfpr 



IJ.eroy ^ lylaqq, res J 



dO Solid, SafeL 



J)A.\ 



Chase &, 

i 

, Curtain 

Best Stock In 



Succeisful 

(3eeAd*.) 



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229 



2 3 West Fou rth §tree| 



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Vilest 

aid Rugs. | 

tlje GHj. 



5 



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lth. 



I»a\is Charles iFi farmer! ies se Vi se: 14 

IjaMs Chkrl6s L, painter 4 , ^es 1224 Hi 
C|a\}is Chk'rl^s R, ; elk Thomas Davis, 

lob() lOti, j ! 

da\(is Chiirtes Wj paper !hgr. res 1007 
Da\is Daiie , iainter 11^7 12th. res sime 
Da\is Oanie :^, res ; 010 Ws Moines J 
Djavlis Delia, mus|ic teachei- liidhland Pi 

College, res fes'iith, lst|soffo|vid aije. 
Da\isEd.vaidC res 01)2 I7 
Davis Ed .vai^CJ paintei), ^es |0(|3 24th. 
DaVis pdvvjij C Jjr, bainterl vek !)|)0 H 
DkvisEdwa{d \J), foreman C St P & 

' RjK'-bds Craiaii Hous^. 
Davij»JElJ'.vard'iy 

j op Lyon. _ 



b^ker Hawk:;' Bros, 



4^iiiEHfahjW,. ! di^d Defcefoib^r 20th, 
s Eliza; 



zafceth, 



r rmbfOi 



izat 



avisElizateth ,C (wid 



24|hJ 
MisjiHliiott 

mm 

0Mis Ella, 

okH70ii 
Davis Mis' inienj' dressni 
ujri) B k, re> 002 0th 
Dd\jjs fehet wkp Nat C 

'J4l|jFfeltqn av^. 
3avis Ethel, 



student Highland 

mfner, res 13 
[>4|viBJ Flc^yd, Prof Dr^e 
19th 
elkj 



: Davis ^;ugen^ t |bakerJJ bds | 
IDavJs Evan, 




8»1. 
dressnikii 1322 e Gtand 



student! 



Scott. 



A, student 
Scdtt. ! 
coolj Baird & 
Wajnut 



lab; 



W Randolp 



h, res 



bds 1525 Lyon 



A, elk State Tis C'o, bds 



I... 

resf!tl3« 
Da^jis Frank, 

i e '^i- ( 1 

Davis FraiiH, 
3a|pTf -auk 

iitiiv]!. 

3a|is Fterik 
! Day is Fraak 

bdll300 
Da\7s Prank 

lege. 
Daifs GastoijC, jiropr D, ^ Tr^ink 

tdry 1 , rmj:51^3rd. 



Pk Col 
3th. 

Freraoril 
Upivef siiy, 



0> 

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L, farmer, re|s \~\ 

O, 

7th. 



10 Liriilen 



?kpr Hawkeye Ind 



R, studeptHighh.nd Pk 






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Golden Rule Clothing House, 

O. M. Johnson & Son. ' 



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DES MOINES CITY DIRECTORY. 



The Smith Premier Typewrite 

EVHM)IK«5 THE 



gMost Progressive Mechanical Principles;, 



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Pleases the Critical Business and 
Professional Man 



ST. 




Vh' Sondfor Catalogs©, or call at out offioo. < 

*J SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER CO. 

J7 ^ 210 WEST FIFTH 
Urn hi 

IL /c 

Q 'o Davis George, elk C S Sittler, res 1053 

High. I 

Davis George G, foreman Scofield, Shur- 
mer & Teagle, res s s Curve, nr Clay 
(S D M), 

Davis George W, elk J W Hunter, res 21QS 
Woodland ave. ' 

Davis George W jr, elevator boy Harris- 
Emery Co, res 210$ Woodland ave. j 

Davis Georgia, res 015 Cherry. I 

Davis G B, student Highland Pk i College. 
J Davis Harry, elk Younkef Bros, res 40? 2nd. 

Davis Harry L, student Capital 'City Com- 
' mercial College, rms 202 8th. I 

Davis Henry, porter Savery House. 

Davis Henry C, farmer res se V4 sec 14 
H (D M) 



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:— Jj Davis Israel C, horse breeder 501 
ll'Ol Grand ave. 
Davis James (col'd), bricklyr, res 



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(0 



10th, rms 
1015 B. 



O < 



? Davis James A, carp, res 1525 L) J on. 
(3 Davis James E, machinist CSt P & K C 
q Ry, res foot 11th. 

j£ Davis James B, carp, res 820 Penna ave. 
Davis James B, trav agt, res- 1503 I lth. 






Davis Jefferson (col'd), porter! res 1015 B. 



Davis Jefferson, student Highland Pk Col 
*■ lege 



ft — Davis Jennie, res over 423 e (ith. 
2 -O Davis Jerome B, carp, res 1527 Lyon. 
•2 J5 Davis Jesse M, trav agt, res 015 Scott. 
^ V Davis Joel P, capitalist, sec 10 (SjD M), 

f3 Davis John, res 1325 27th. • 

Davis John, miner Coon Valley Coal Co, 

'■V res 341 Pelton ave. ' , 

Z Davis John M, lab, res 2117 Atkins. 
Davis John "M, elk, res ljlOO Court ave. 
nf\ Davis John W, carp, res 918 Uth 
= V/ Davis Joseph D, barber' S23 Walnut, res 
*%m ■ 202 0th, 

w ^~ Dakis Joseph E, ,baker Nat Cracker Co, 
f" 1 rms 417 5th. 

M U 



.^^ rms417;)th 
Og^f Davis Joseph I, flagman D 
I?7 10 ' 21 Cherry. 

ujQL Davis Joseph W. driver, res 008 11th. 
j t - Davis J Baker, brakeman C R I f P 
UJ ■ res 820 Penna ave. 
HJJP Davis J D, died March 13, 1801. j 

" Davis J E, student Highland £ark college 



Ry, res 



Ry. 



Firi 

617 



)avis Mar 



WalnlitSi 



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l(>avisj E, fakvyex, 303 la Load & Trust 
ni Bldg, jejs 1109 22d j 
Ij)avis Kate domestic, Savory H^us 
Davis Kate teacher, res 01^7 Mablei 
Davis Lang don R, ticket algt, res 1309 

.12th, I | '■:( J . | 

tyavis Lee, studejnt Highland Pk!cd] 



Adyts.) 



Il)avis Lee |H, musician, , ! tds, llO! 

ave. i 
Davis Lillian, teacher, bdsj 30^5 e-'Ot, 
pay^s Lilli .j jS, student Capital Cit J 

mercial bollege, res 1000 10th 
avis L W, removed to Kansas City, 



ii, dairy, w s 14th, s of Ntadiscin 



23ti' 

— I 



lege. 
Courit 



Cora- 



Mo. 



avjs Man iik J, res n s Walnut, 1 m 

works. t 
: Davis Mary J (ivid Oliver) res M38 

den. 
Davis Maui 

r& I'lOO 



t e 



st. 



Davis Nellie', dressmaker r3s 093 ¥ 



avis Oljvsij M painter C 



M 



A, feacher Franklin* school 

,22d|: ■; 

Davis Melville R", wks Liverpool §c D 

Pkg Co, resjt033 Penni ave 
Pavis Melville R, elk CRI& If $y, f)ds. 

1033 Penna {ave, 
Pavis Met) a M, res (512 Scbtt. 
[avis Midlleton|' ; lab, bds 1527 tyW- 
'avis Min lie, dressmaker,! res 412 1]t 
avis Mor^n, <^ied May 21, 1892 ; 
avis Morcis, appr S Green & Sors 



I428[Liiiden 
)a\ds Olivsi Wl eleVatpr 1 rJoy, res flpfi 1 



E McCiayi 



neryll^J '. Davis, 



water 



Lin- 



tti. 



ims 



res 



th. 



(IVfcChlre & 



Davis, Sm 



ck Sriith), proprs D }M Bottling wks, 



'421 e 
Davis Stel 
i 1325 2 



;.; .1000 

Davis The 

Davis Tho 



Texas and Indian Territory 



Reached Easiest inn 
most Direct vit 



)avis Oscir druggist Fl 

res 825 3uc!hanan. j 
)avis Patrick, res 217 e 1st 
)avis Pearl, sti.dentD }l College, frqs 1180, 

9th. 
avis Pliojjlje fe (\\\d Joseph Bjjl'rfesss 

Granc a,ve, M\v Jordaln (M{Ejj church. 
Davis Rh)des del Haven 

Davis), |esll8(| 9th. , , , 

Davis FLcibcrt IL, Mngjr R TDavis Mill 
Co; res \T2l 3rd 

Davis (RT) |MiU ct, R D* 
Mngr, whol flour, 118 2d. 

i top in 'd a?i(/\J>(igt' 106. ) 
Davis Sail ie H, teacher Lo igfellpr 

res 10;i3 Penna ave. ■ 
Da\Hs Samuel, ^hotDg, res'214 "e^ih^ 
Davts Sair.uel (bold), res 1503 Lycn 

■r-i I i n -.1 rv I rt till .., T-v !_ 1 



ith & Co 



Albert' Davis, 



5th. 

a, studed 
iTth 



Pavis Thomas, butcher 017 Scjid 



0:h. 



mas.i miner, res|17i)6 Maple 
mas C, lab, res 1322 eG " 




Fnider- 



tCallaian College 



>l 




(Spe^ront Fly 



res 



res 



d iave. 



Davis 



Davis 



Davy Martir 



musical 



U, res 272a 



omaa 

.HigMakrilEjk CoHege, res'i 
Davjis.'AViltei-li fed ;. J 0O> \Valni 

IjUnivjersiljjr ave. | 
Davls'^Vijlliaitt, jappr, ires, 1000 e Gj-And ave 
Davis Wi;lli a rtl| 'bake:;; res l'p0.6.1(j'ti. 
Davis William; ;mine.r D M | Coal Mining 

Coj res Gn.tes, sjvv cor 10th 
DavisjWillilafnip, clkJZjT ReeiL rbfeilOOO ej 



Grariii W e -]\ 1 j 

DavisiWi iia.n Jp, supply elk 

res l,6Q)ll^h. i ' , 
Davis Willlii Ti H, farmer, res 

s of M^.ciscim. ! 

Davis "\jV}|lian p r cajrjpj res $ 



aye;;rnls 10(01 same 



wipsldw jH, hojrse breecjlerj 50| Grands 
^s 10jl)l san)e. 

ajilrcjad ave, 



Statfe 



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Davis jWJlliim 1, mirier,] res K 

bet Sth and]9tli_H, | ' ', I, 
Davis ,W|iir iiii ,L, bailiff Polk (loiiity Dist 

C^uift, res ii|lG lCjt a 
Davis William ©, elei4}6r1 man fclabp Blk, l 

res Otolith!.. .[' j" 

Davis W |p, £ tuclent. H ighlano; v^k jCpollege 

Davison, \iee a/sa Daviisoh 

pavison A Jud^on, '{ orinter !»Isl 

Co, rjes 423^ 2 e so 0th. j i J 
Davison Charles ' L,|, printer j ''hp 

Leader, ies|l428!(^and ajve. 'j i 

Davison <piar;i F(\vid Henry Fl.ies $23 7th. 

Davidson ;?i a nk ■ S, ch Redhead, Nbrtonj 

Lathfop i Coj red023 7th. ' ' 
Davisott;ife:a::;i K , res ( 17 e Grarid a!ve/. 
DavisorpOrc e dq I£, see arid 'treaji Begie- 

bitife-Butlell F^ia4<P Co and! ifeal estate, 

2075ti, i ; es9|0 4t|h. "[ 
Davisson Gianv lie G; trav agf, r*e|s 

oth. Tl I 'Jj . • , 

ofted to Garfn,j Ohio. 
Scott, 
pripply 



Davy SusaWi (\Ud P^er), re^ 4Ji9 
Dawes Bu^tis.E, c k Q.'if Pawfes 

Co, bd? M2Sci..[ j * ' | l 
Dawes CJa|*ertce L, .elk Cj M Da\yes fciupply 

,. (?o. b^toad. i f; :; t i< 

D^ve&Chirfcs M.(C K DaWSujpfcly Co), 

resJ0J2|jJd.] | jH ' ;.! ! j. . 

; Charles MJDkresh' 
Hi, Walni t j / ■ M ■ 
Dawes Ed\|viji M dlk £ "jM DavesI Supply 
. Cbjrei]<H&3ji T ' ' ■ ' r r " 
Dawes Wii bur L, dlk tMrlPMes' Supply 

Co, reHJl 26 4th:- i . !■ ' \ ji 
Dawson 'Elbrjjdge J, bkpr: la , Saj rings 
.Loan Asm, ;i es 10^3 Lqcust. ' ( 
awson Ella mvia Lewis)[ res e Mtn, '.. 

Dawson Franlcis;, ekprius^.res 1020 Lyon 
Dawson G« jorlc e t A., ! lib, 1 res Hartford lav 

'3d w oil :!diinbl4' kve (S D fo)\ 
DawsOri H|r4|va{e toj iPniletiii f E)au|son,' 



2d. 



"Bost Type^rithgj Machine 




/1 



'Save 



BEAWItR, State i.gt. 

j Des IkToixe?, Iowa 



►AY 



Ins Co; 
5 14th; ; 



^.aENYDJV, 



\ LOCUST ST / 

\ DESnOINLS ', 



Pamphlets, 
Law Brie 
: Bla 
Society Prfp 

Everything 

(Ste Indix u? A Ivta.) 



Dalw^oh James. W, ho^seshoer J M ^rap, 

'HOp 4th,| ! . * Ml 

Da|\vsoi |jol?n| miner tyaijpeck mine, res W^ I 



1309 




ine, 



res 



1022 
lege. 



*1 



iger- 



(tojon ¥3,1 ley siding. 
paKvdon John A, miner MJanbeck mi 

, Cppn Vafley siding, 
-Daiv|a'i} John J M, removed to Virpqiia, 

Pavvsbn Joseph N, stoiie lutter, refe 

. lfl-tjh. if II 

Dawspri Lucy E, student Gallanan Cb 
Da]\vsbri Lucv' 11, student Drake Uiiiver'- 
sjty. r'ms , 2S|30'Brattleboro ave. j 
aiwdot, M^rtlej wks Norman l^Uhty 
"rifgCb, res 1052 10th. [ 

a^^ot Samue Rrnoveltfes 407 Yo 

' map: Blk,. rbs' 1^2 5th. 
4'wsb4 Thomas C (Hume & pawsojn), res f\\ 

Coilncil Bluffs, la. j v Jii 

ay, se,' also D%>. " I . j 

av AlbertiH, firemin Ms. son Handitathe 
X'o, res'^103s De« Moines 
7 Austin, farmer, Broo<e, s of C ! $ I & */#| 

7 pharles/ lirraer, Bijooke s of JFain^ 

ground, 
v 

v 

D 



dairies W, labi ^>ds 1344 WalkeV. 
Idii^h, student Highhind Pk Cjoflege. 

ave. 

s In- 



3 



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dward, 'mjner rjes 510 e Courf 
[iss Fannie IVpJ stencg The Le 

vjestment C6 K bds 1803 4th. 
Day j Fayette L, student Highland P 

jlpge-'' ■ ■ * I 

Da;- Francis (wid Amos), rles 1344 "Walker. Jj 
jJDaj Frank A, fireman, res 102$ ~ 

Motnes. ;t , V' ' ! 1 

ajf^rank'P, student i Highland Pk 

lege. ' . I ! ' ' ' 

Da^.Frecj, ialp, res ISiO^Brooks.' 
Da\| George, driver] U S Ekp Co, bd(s 

e Gran^l ave.- I 

< je(j>rgs, lab, . rms. 520 e 0th. 

George F, miner, res'313 e [4th 

jeorge \7, tlriyer J' H Mc(?o;r<i 
, |133«\Val«sr, , Mi = 

Day G L. stucent Highland; Pk Collie. % 3 
DaV Harry B ((Day, & Barge), res 13(f) 9th. , 
Day] Henry, teamster, res 412 esc 5th d 



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Cuarantpje* f |r«t-Cla»a Tuning and Rorjairfftjs m 



rENTY YEAR'S EXPERIENC E. 



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DES MOINES. CITV DIRECTORY. 



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►-^Des Moines Piano Co. 

H^-H (Incorporated), i 

• r '^^ M»nufactuierd and Wholesale Dealers iu 

: >M ■ ' ' ' ! ( 



p— H 



PIANOS i ORGANS 

And General Musical Merchandise, 

'. )j/3 407 West Walnut Stnet 

! >jlj_ ; , ' ■ ■ 

,-. MM Day Herschei P, bkpr J M Day, ids 12'U: 

,. ; i i tii. 

( v ^ >* Day James, wks F T Montgomery, res 

['•' K-~4 Grant ave, ne cor tltli. ; i 

'.!' ^L-h Day James G (Phillips A: Day), res I'M):* 

!;'kMh !,lh - ' ' : - 

• k Day James G jr, student D M College, res 
. E* H l*iO.")!)th. 

Day John, res S.5S 




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[)eakin Ch 
rrhs <>< 

Jeakin !E 
Court 



Jeakin Jai 
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3id and Cou 



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ijrles D. conductor D M 
e'lJth.j j ; 

Jjwin \V[ ■ conquctor, r 



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Deajkin H f), ell:,. res FM.5 e Walhu 
es E, painter^ res \M3 

motorman D 

:h " J ['■■ 

A, r.es 115)22 



>eai join 
Deal Lau 
lege, 



Cent 



. : J ^^ Day John M. lawyer and real estate 10(5 e i 
' (.• J ."uh, res 42:5 e 11th 



Day John \V, carp Geo.Collum, .res #1*J.5 
:3 5th I 

•: '' ! Day John W, real estate '.MS .5th,- res "KM 

;,_. Nth. ; , !:«■ 

, k«M Day J F - student Highland Pk Cdllege. 
•■ f- , Day Luther, janitor Hast 1) hi High 
v • {T"^ School, res 111:5 Walker. -. 

;• IK; "\Dey Mary A, teacher Emerson -Sqhool, res 

£ \tr-J (;i| e (Uh. : 1 i ' ; 

.'■. j? - VDay Matthew, cigars 121 e .5th, res 51 (i 

." ^ mm^ Court ave. 

',•'■ i T\^. Day Nathan F (Day A Co), re 

' cor Fdiversity ave. [ 

Day Nellie H, student Iowa Busine 
' ' College, res;pJ]-J High. 

' ^5^ Da >' Orwin R, hostlei C & N \V Ky, res 
'< A - t ~^ SM Small. 

, i £j Da >' Robert K, reporter, bds 123 e 1 | Ith. 
; 2^"\ Day Rolla lab, res H>20 High. j! 

^ I Day Samuel, grocer 221 Court ave, . 'res : 02*2 
.(.*» ^ Court ave. | • 

' I j Day M A, painter. rms 220 e 5th. 

Day William M. carp, res 002 Mapje, 
-i Day & Barge Elec ric Co (Hatry B Day, 
Lewis L Bargtj). 410 (Jth ave 



21th, ne 

SS r| 



fean Ja 
Finch Highjvay (E D Nl). . 

Deap J N, :rav ; gt, Capitol City N T fc 



Ave. 



I :•.,•<> 



Wil- 

\i re 



an 



R 



h 




Day £ Co (M F Day, W H BottenfioldJ. 
meat market, 2324* North. 
£%^ Dayton Eva, student I-Iighland Pk College. 
^"^^ Dayton Fezz, farrner, res ne Vi sec* II 
(D Ml •-'. ; 

Dayton George lab, bds Hotel Reace. 
QQ Dayton Mollie, prin Oak Grove Sdhool. 

Dayton Seth H, farmer, res ne l i sec 11 
(D M). j I 

^ ^Davton Verner student Highland Pk Col- 

^ jIVary William, wks C R' I &FKy,!bds Uth 
LjE and Plum. 



l( you wish 
to learn 




bds K>23 
'Inearth Allen 



I|)£aringer ^mtil(Ja, elk Carter & ^Iipey, 



812 E tj 



e Grand ave. 
, reilOil Mill. 
Oearth Alicjei pr:n Qak Grove School, bd= 
hw 14 &;<• 10 (Blobmfield). V 
eartli'S R, Ry M Sj 'rms oVer 20lj fth- 
easy Deni is. engineer D |M & ^ C R y. , 
res 122 Allen. 



tTTENb THE- -.-; 



CAPITAL Cfr SCHOOL OF 

:i. Sixth and Locust Sts. 



Co!-' 



and 



bis 



■;:d 



res 
and ; 
er,ies, i 



3eakin Jol ri H. motormap D M gt 

,res ti()> :e I: Jth. 
3eakin Thnmas A, i;e5 115) 22d 
:)eal John K, died May 2:! 18!)2 

urt n K, student H ghland ). J \i 
., rk 14:52 l(|)th, 
3ean .lin (j\vid Abraham), res Dc 
\ Finch High \)/ay, (E I) M). 
'.")ean Augusta, -jtudent Drike Uni|vtir 

rms 1H5 2litb. i, j ' ,r j.- 

Dean Clar: ;E, ^tendg Singer Mnfg 

!)1<) titl.jave, , i ■ *•' , ; . ! 

L">ea'n Daniil D, tray agt; rss U'WM 

pean FredGrick WJ, dentis|t, ? 

1 Iv.juita >le Bl'dg 
)ean Jacob! H. ongij^eer \Vabash B 
1 115 Walnut. ' ' ; 

qie4 HJ farmejr, res lj|;a 
iglr 
•av ; 
reri Jev.jeH, Ila. 
j)ean Kirk S. triv agt, res jl 41!) 8th 
l^an M T, removed to'Qnjaha, Ne). 
Dean New" pn .A, machinist Ma^ojq Hand 

Lathe Co, rts l'<)l e lllh. 
Dean Olivejr, lineman D M St R R, rM !2:t 

\v so (ioh. ' . 

Dean l^ichei {wid John S),,res res 
J sec 2o |LT). | ! ■, ; ! 

Dearborn (Iharles'Hj, pressman, re: 
[ Court iye. 1 . i 

Dbarden Gr|ice (wid David), res e ;$, 
. 1 Hth. :tdf I of Elm., ! 

Ueard'-n Irlmes, teamster, bdse| s w 
I tkl s of Elm. 

Dearden sfiineoji, died Decerribei 
|- 185)1. 

Dearden Ti6ma5 H, lab, r 
Ipea'rdorf VMliami lab, res \v 

ave, 2c ii of West. 
I|)earinger .- J berl , bkbndr Carter & I 

bds Hi*- e Grand ave, 
Ij)earinger Hsnry C, trav ajgt, res 

iGrand.aC'e 
ipearinger Jared. (J E Gibson & C 
901 5th' 



:h 



W ! 
e 
w ^ 
s|) Dth 
24th. 



astern 
h.ssey, 

k;2;: e 

i)i' bds 



SHORThASD. 

(S^Advf.) ;; 

/ " 




fteaton Datfjir 
Jtealoh Davie 



, labj re? 
W, ab 
A,,c 



Deatou James 1 .A], elk 

i:;:si e 12 h., 

Deqtoii JamesjA, clkl jrlas 

I Fairafl. 
Ipeatoii Lewis W, fab, 
Deaton Lorenzo 
l3eatoii, Monroe, lab, res 
Deatoii Noah M ies fJ4 
1 i.\e. 



i ,; : '' 

res 413 a iso 

E) labi :rms r 51$ 



Deatop Sarah (w-id W.i 
Ij)eaton Silas, driver, r 
DeBerj-y 1 - Andrew (col'|4J, 
Moines. 



Debiaggio Fianzi^cd (ty Chiesa 
■ res62QCayi (S D M) 
Debolt Ad0e; Wrse; ((2s 1208 w' 
Debolt.Charle* ii, teabsler, res 

roe(£DM)J . 

Debolt Day id, , laj.b Craig, Deni$on |<$ Co, 



Scott, Id 
res 513.S1 ia| 
Qalvin Harr 



Grand j. ve 



51,3 Sh 

h,i ne | 



liam),rm$r>lj:j;Sha\\}. j 
ISJOFImoj* i I' 



carp, TesV) 



so* 3d. -i, 



resKJ ^4nroe, (S;ll) M). 



Debolt Dafid Iwji ijiinM bds 2$i 



\y so 2d. 
ipg Ma- 



i :($DM). |- ( 

JDebojt Freder 'ck, labjjreb 1749 flrtajple. 

Debojt Mary ( .vicl Gecrg€),res } 2 38 

JDeBolt Willia nHravla^t White 4\Vi 
J-. chine Go, res lip J w so' 2d 
Debo(>y Maggie, domestic 417 ~n\i 
DebougbJ Rovanna, ! ( studeiit Hfehland Pk 

.College. . : .| ■ , ^ ' ; ' 

DeCarspn Madame,, clairvoyant, res <U1% e 

(tl ?- i ' ■! ■; I " ' 

DeckeijElza h'; trav act Fuller fe 

j Mnfg [To, Ires 500 ef Walnut 

pecker A.[|ss [[ennie, 1 <|rnjssmkr # 

i quart dt B k 

'Decker ive, seamstr'esdAleh.eltarjler, regj 

, .")10 8h 
Decker Williain H, lal), lbds-nw \A 



1*8 Des/ 

« 'Co), :| 

I 



Monroe 



olesale Druggi 

124 and UBJStauilSt., Dts *j//i«t 



IjI^ECTORjT.; 



DEJ 



1£ ts, 

233 " 



THE LEWIS INVESTMENT 



CAPITAL PAID $150, ]00 

. { I : : I ! ,, ' , J ' i 1 

Rf {eiI, E^tb{e; L<iars i\ 
Municipal Bonds. 



Dei ;ts Lincoln D (Crystal Oil anc GafjoLi ne 

(fo)i re§ t .160:jj Locust, j ' 
ipef^Cs tfoati*' farmer, Eastern avej s\y cot 

' De|Mqitf^s. 

ley Thpmffs, weighman CRI &lf Hy. 

?6i Edward' F,| paperhngr Holland &* 



!l)d 
Be 



De 



ohnson' 
40()'lkari; 



j;ec 28 



Deckerho t Tollnjllab, lifes! f332- Pfcltph ave 
DeCourse{^ J^rneLs L, hurriess' bk 
' Sacdlerypoj rms.4l-J |UU lf -' 
DeCoune|yi Mittriew j [E, 
Pfnii|gdo,!bds^)0h 



l! 



Cth abej 
press roan 



DpCoijirMy Morton R, ) l^iirnessiikr 

Saddlery Go, ! bds 50q 3rd. 
Dedn4 fce'fijantfn l^ol'dft, lab/ rhii, 8|I 
Dee George jE f fr^ lp'|Pi|()airn lfl|< 



t DM 

i 

Iowa 

'1' 
D $. 

tilth!.-' 



Dee George" EJ ; ccjlect©h irfes. Ull Walnut! 
Deemferj JamesJ hi, 'su|r| flair Giroiliiids, rek' 

'" same - ji i I VI '-j •'-.!■" 

Deemer Josepr mtettif.n Capita City Gas 

.1; Ligfet Co, fesi[(i28| Walker. j J" 

Deeriii^ Charlp (Wn) De'ering ftl po); res 

• -Chicago, Bt.|J|j' ]„, J .;' " 

peering Wllliia^h JB- Co, hat 

i Madhiberj , p\ ©[iCalrrifes- 3 In 
: .'i Cjjurt'lave. *'i| ! ' • I 
13ee ( ts ■ Eliii, Is b, res ^as^ern a^je. 
PesMoinet 




esting^ 
|r, 2q;-J; 

w cdc 




}c 



Ee 
Ee( 



De 

D3 



Dei 
De 1 

De 



I 



316 W. FIFTH ST. 



GO. 




nd 



New, res 1 



i\1 p, 
*J25 141 



th 



CO 



?orq ; Edwarrj[ lab, res Vail:-' June rd 
l/k hiile e Valley June. 
pe^prfl ^elson, Jab, res esShQit (City pi.) 
xPepoi-d Thomas !j, ! engineer, res w s'|hort 
, „ (City.pl) , J 

Petrorest' Isaac B, I real estate, 111 IajLoan 
ana Trust Bldg, res 'loth, n w cor N :>rtb 
orept Sweet, lab, res 1J104 Dis Mcine$. 
e!)france Charles,, real estate, 1W Young 
'ermanfilk, rrns 212 4th,| 
ranee Duncan, ;resl()0 e wdlnut. 
Jan Thomas, printer Ols^n-W^l^ri 
ff Ptb Co, rms (10^ MuJberrl.; 
arnpo Charles \y, res 1^41 24)th. p^ 

ar'nho Jessie M 1 ; teacher, ^resl JtM-1. 2;ith. 

arriio Louisa' J (wid Wilson), res 1211 
29th. 
I'e ^doq Kittie, stenog, rms 'HO Marqiiardt 
Blk| ; 

rani Mar.y^ domestic 9 H). Grove, 
f rate Alfred, lab, rqs.,817 Par<, 
EeGrofj William j; paihter Wi lis & Sar- 
gent, res S)'20: f ];{th. 

laat'i Christopher (C De Halan & Co), 
I .res 720 8th. . ^- 

)laan| C & Co (Christopher DeHaanJ Ar- 
thur E Rice), barbers' supplies, 2qiood 

E^ ' I,.' ' •. | 

Defllaan Hatiie, prjinter D M Daily News, 

res j\H e:f)th. j I 

D^ack Katie,^ dopi^stic nw cor Wooc land } 

ave ah d 15th. 1 : | 

D^tack Venia, domestic nw.cor Woodland 

ave and Iptb.i j 
DeihV Noah W, farmer, re^ nw Vi sec M 



twp 
rich 



7J)r-e4.,i 
, sec' T^ielriUi. 

1] Iirnette J^hjilW, carp, ' res Jeffej son, * 
nr Frankijn.aye (Sevastopol). (, 

] strnejttje Joseph W, res e s Jeffersot , nr • 
P'ranklin ave t (Sevastopol) 



pprnm & muhseli, 

Youngermin Block. 208 W. Fifth 



St. 



Proctor Coal Co., ^^ f!*-; 

^ i • [ 7 ■ Mil ___ : 

I* « ' ■ [— r ! np T — ' i 

5 234 DEL DES MOINES city 'directory." ' Dh 



z 

»., a 234 

HftLBERT L. WEST, 

^ 

Ik £c 



510 WALNUT ST. 



I REFRIGERATORS 



House Furnishing Cooda. 



o ? 

J, Delahulnt Aggie L, wksFidler & Gould, res 
■"-52 1010 4th. I !' : ■ - 

III N* Delahunt Andrew, upholstr Carniari & 
W Schmitt Mnfg Co, res 1019 4th. \ , 

tiC Delahupt Frank, switchman, res 1019 4th., 

Delahuht Maggie, student Iowa Busi- 
nebs College, 

fcDelamare Alfred N. elk, res w s Park ave, 

H5th s of Kirk wood. 
Delamaire A, painter Redhead, Norton, La- 
trrrpp & Co, res w s Park ave, 5tjh b of 
U Kink wood. | 

Delamare Elizabeth (wid Thomas N), w s 

WPk ave, 5th s of Kirkwood,- ! 

Delamaire William G, res w s Pk ave; 5th 
s oi Kirkwood. i 

•^j^^DeLamfise W J, tray agt Capital CityjNur- 
j^^P series. ' 

^^^fcDeLancey Gertrude, milliner GWHolUster, 
,^^^ res 1511) e Grand ave. 
^J^DeLancey Jennie, dressmkr, res lo^lO e 
%fm Grand ave, 

1 Delaney John, res 1,'U8 e 7th. 

' DeLany Nicholas, lab, res 1534 e Walnut. 

ODeLay Theodore S, student Drake (Jntver- 
sitv, 1*227 25th. j ; 

Dell John, mach D M Mnfg & Supply £o, 
j » . , res DO e Grand ave. 
i f^Dell Joseph, res 00 e Grand ave. 
^•Dell Lewis V, lab D M Malt House^ res 90 
mj\ e Grand ave. 

^r# Dell Mattie, shirtmkr Winfield Tilden, 
res 80S Maple, 
•Dell Moses, lab, res 808 Maple 
#JI DeLong Fenton L,- builder, n of C R I & 
W PRy, w of 28th. 
-^■I DeLong Frank,' wks"Liverpoot and pi M 

C Packing Co, res n s Railroad aye, ibet ' 
7th and 8th. , i 

O DeLong Frank, lab, res West End Addi- 
tion. '.■ ' j |j 
, ^ DeLong Frederick, lab Capital City Brick 
#■ Co, res 14 m N D M Brick Co's Yds. 

DeLong James W, lab, res w s lotli, ls|t n 

of Allen. 
DeLong J L, oils, 900 Walnut. 



ft 

ft^^ DeLong Solomon, carp, res n s Railrcjad 
; '*^" ave, bet 7th and 5 f th. 



SOFT IcOAL 

Phon*i55. 



DeLong Willialm, bric|cm^r] res fhlester-i 

field Addition. 
DeLon^William R, lab, lies Lake 



cor Wabasl i 
PeMarco Luigi meat market 103 

, Oil) Cherry. j'" ' 

De, Marco Mar), res fill), C'nerry. 
De Marco j Rosa (wid Frjancis), 

Chern 



aye, sw 

! 

I 

7th, reb: 

t • 
•es (il!l 

teacher 



Denning Btelle (wid! Charles R) 

j Lincomj School; res 1111 ilocu st 
t>e Moss Clarence |W, lab Capitil City 
il Electric! Co, resj310 e Court avi. , 
pe Moss Wijlliam teamster, res 503 ^aurel. 
De Moss Willi im jr, .teamster, es ;")(>;{ 

j : Laurel, | "'''■,.' 

De Moss William O, nurseryman, res 313 

I 'e I lth. j , j; i l 

De Moss \V H, propr Pennsylvania Housti, 

310e CJcjurt ave.; 
De Mojtte James S, removed, to. Atlai. tic, 'Is.. 
Dempsey J<bhn, driver Charles Hewitt, res 

! ' 10i> Grknd ajve. I 

IMmpsey Jolin, removed to Grand Rapids, 

I | Miph. !| | . ■ \' 

Dempsey Michael D, watchban,' ns 105? 



il 



8th. 



Demp- 



ave. 



Mnfg Co, res 
ixCo... 



empster Robert, pres The Robert 
! ster Co, res 331 4th. ' i 
Dempster Rober ; Co (The), John f/erran 
sec, photog supplies, 411 Court 

De IVlun C R> sec (Lewis 

j Sioux City, J!a. . ■ 
Djemuth Charles |F, agt Amejrican 
' bdsoia 7th. 

Denaman, see aisv Denman. 

Denaman Henry, lab, res 014 Maiivk 
penman Thomas, lab, res 014 Maury. 
Deneslsky Tliamas (Denelsky & Jaccbson), 
j I res 00 e Grand ave-J \ 
Denelesky & {jacobson (Thomas Denelsky, 
i Solomon Jacobson), sec pand|fu:n .'U.'l 

Court ave. j 

Denis;on Mrs E B; res 1030 0th ave. 
Denison William S (Craig, Denis on' & 

Co), res KMi 0th ave. 1 

Denman, set <i/so Denaman. 

Denman Augustus S, sec and mngr D M 
Water AYks C!o, res s s Gjrand; ajv^e, 3d 
\y of 35th. 

Denman HJentfy, restaurant, 
215 Chestnut. 

Dennis Ttdolphus S. 



SARGENT k GIFFORP 



M). 
iner, res 



318 4th, rms 



Sec Dennis 



Duplex Writing Machine Co,jt*es 
School. {Seel backbone 

Dennis Albert, bpilermkr, 

side ave (S D 
Dennis | Albert, rr, 

ave, (S D M) 



on is 
925 



WHOLESALE H^Y. 

412 W. 7th 8tre6t. 'Phone. 




raJ--- 

SLATE AN|5tlN 

r RboFi|io;,; ■■' 



$ N 



Dennis An4*eW.|boS:4r jtnkr C J>t 
1 ^4jreiPfd-HUlb6eaveft 
Denitis C^r(|line|j Md Wra), ie 
Dennis q J Y, : f<poy<M to $a|i 



■ ■ jP 

Denitis Car 

Te*:i L ; I 
Dcnnia DU]j>l<£fc 
crime. £o 




es 



\yty;3 Bent 



■ ■ ' i4 /e 

Dennis 
: !dol 



• 



ey 



(Writing! Itta- 

G^cjrge A i J j\|ettj Ifres.j 



Vite Pres 



LSjriMa ^jSe^a^r EiCoflin Tteas,' 
ovefulfiillocusti {See Jaqk bpi\ e\ and 



mm fe 

ege.iRs 



Dennis Fre ietriipi, 

Dennis &errjrp,i 
DetijnsJ'HiIjvpy 



p:;iio|qoEN]:o5S, 

In&barquist, 



Nfc$-<blT.Y 



P<3: 

r isi)t 



;i0234thV 
Vctonio,! 



^[dolpbus' 



siident 
36341 4th./ 
res' 4-19 9tji. 



Dennis We ijM;;|can vaster, res 



ave. 



^vastonol.j'i hii 
enhisRbokrtB Ot 

^sdjjotfi' I ill 



Denh felz 



&f*h. 



DennjfjMa: 

l ft to ,2; 

Dehhjf'Thc 
Denymv Ai c 



Denqy, Alb jrt, student 1 Highland 

■'": "lete. f ^ !,.[,■■■■ \lir- 

DennjPRev Bartpn S, ie<:]12i8 
.Deijn^B.S " ' 

; Slleg 
Dehhy 



Jartpn 

: t)ra , 

res 1213 &fith. 

. 1; • i '! L 
'harlca M, 



I !■ 



aiid Pk! 



1 



: kfehd^j r: res$ 



fpi ua lahan's 



Cq.j 



team res 952 p t 
,^u r -j ~ rn --, bkpi.Jres 95&25tfcL 
Dennis Laura, ijfte'nogtflRiegelfari j.ifc 
,• ^s^v^OCUbiljf .-"I, jj-:] 1 
Delink Liyr ian|>!W, tlk] Redhead, N Diftoh, 
' ' ; Lithrop.& ! tb/ry^4 4trf ,! l ' \ 
D<Wis Minnie.M, 1 Ma^n JH ighlar d< Pk 

dolfegc'j res^024'!^h. ! -|M. 
Dennis Or ifema j' J J(w*d Sarnie 'Pb.Ures: 
1 j3tlii5t&.'.j | \V- Ii " 

D&rinjlp Ric fc ard, | appi Josep h j 
■ I ifva s t,)nol!;-; f ,,; . 
benhiskbokrtfeqty CI 



blEEOTOB 




-4 



lorn. 



i 

by.: 



Metalic Sky : M\t 

IronShuttBrs, 



DES 



tt 



R'S BAKING 

FUY0R1MB EXTRACTS 




, <£fty fan, J 

ClOi Forest 



'h .'Col- 



P*o$un u Hawit^ye Woe IfllU ». 



U?pt j Df 



Equitable Iiife Assurance Society, res,' 

. kfi'sotf I : ..;T. f' f]Tr.-i- I ■ i 

D^ychr^toilherS.i (ray |fg(»' L r£s 1004 



enn^IvlzkMJiagt.Eqditablfe 
I affceSi&e^jreHd24 4i 
DennjyiHaVrkk.LL blkiP 6j re jl] 
Denn j\ rial $yM. dojle :tor : 
' 'AWwie 1 $qcd W, <res lfell 4tlt. 



R tea 



Denvbw Fipik S, 1 drVeV D M 



reslOHii^. , 
DePew Be lil student 



e 5th: i 



pePfe v Jcit i £,j Ilk ... 
! Grand a re. j \ 




^^ vy Bk-pjBi (Nkthknifel Wd 1 0ti!sj O), 
and B( adding 1 Stk 



as|H, o^aii tune^r, 131G 25th. 
lieJW, tab. res \m Vire 



1 'ran: if ;rCo, 



Jiigniiidl, Pk 



'/! 



Hay,2<|i|{iin a^nd Kee'd, iCciaj arid Wood 
able, 228-S 25^-1 ijh. 
Rsl M S, re J B33 e 



efPew rirxs), !bcs:,520, 



ife Assur- 



1010 5,1th. 
i labia Life 



Agts 



School 1 , res 



Col- 






Des Idoines 



r. 



<i^, 



O 

pa' 



6 : 



Dts 



ottjets] 451 



Pes) Molrics 



Box WolrkSji paper ^>ox 



& 



e 5th. 




l I>c^liau:-ie» iEtddar flL, Mngf Chas r\s- 
ERisse(r&Bro|re3i017e Waflut. *^ 

JjijsaLairiers Joseph H lithog Ia^Plinting 
%, bd^.4ll:W41nul 

IdIc'^ Moinea 3t cade my of l^trt, 
E Bild^in, -directtr, 017 Wal u 

^ecuiy,j|a Adams Mngr, 510 la J— I 

D|e^ MoirieB^ Eieef Co, Deal;rslin 
re;se<l Bee^, Pork, Mutton, V^il ind 
111 IlackingrHd use Products, Cti ate, H-H 

;d|s* illomes Bottling Wks, soda and ci4er ^*^' 




Dtfey;OtJ^O{De^wBr;ds),bdsJ52<l e5th. C^J 
E» jPe,w Thh -nas Rj| painter, res 401 4 Scott. 
9'tf'gw ;mii Sec O E Miller Hernia 
| ^re^mmtCo^res lOth.^o'e cpr (fenter. 
D 1 ffiuy En|f itsdpj |bkpr ! Younker Bnls, - res ^ J. 

I, to^LJ "'V-f , g*,g 

Dlrnjer 1 Ben^atnib F,| broom mki A C, 
Mount 3rp6raiCo, res e Court i\fe, sw' 
cor ; 18tl,..|:-r. *ii ; ) f f*. 

D ir«nger Ji ;rrett.N real estate, res 9 )4 5th. ^ 
H>S vafjohn; elk, bds Si Rollins B k. 




nnfi's, 



Biricfj: Mnfg C h SA . 

^obertsbn Pres ! , Martin Flypn. Vi:e ^) 
I'res, , [ G eorge' A Dissmore $lc aid 
Treas, Dffice ld2 p|th. (6"<?^ r/i^/ /<>/ 
/hies wd.adv\ uddeAPaving Brie i . ) 

D^S' MoiAes Bropra Works, Arnold Br<>s r/^j 
proprs, 21$' e Walnut. >y< 

D^sSjoines Biiggy Co, P B Watroiic sei, 

"/adi^ii, nejeor Ota. f— 1 

I^eollVIolries City Director \J R 



w ; 




o.ptiblishe I rs,300-310 In 



. a,iid Trust Bljdg. (^ index' to aa'vts. ) fcr c+ 



Loai 



I 



^>\fEfJ 313 W.,Wal^ut Street. 
^TOll from $? i& $5 '/ȣ/? 



&Q 



. ^oines j Cit}j Library, Ella Mc Lone^ 

|1 branan, Y M C A Bldg.iGraid ave, . ^ 

r|^ tor 4th. j j l9°f? 

.Efleei Moines ■ Clearing- H 3U«e|^<} 
1 ! aWsoclatlon, W D Lucas ' J res, J .2. of 

. GIRoun^sSk 500: Walnut. Il ° ^ * 

' M ■ ; ■ 



?0Z. 



STONE, 



W. A, Steele, 
■ 209 



West 



Prdp. D^s Mil: 

So 



Il€S 



hird 



236 



DES 



DES MOINES CITY piKKCTORY. 



DES 



Des Moines Piano Co. 

(Incorporated.) ! 

2! Koabe, Rice-Hinze, Scfiaeffer, 



CO, 






And Other Pianos. 



10 
r— 

CO 



W.ri (I 

■*-> a. 
u &'£ 

ei 

. 5 5 o 

3 3^ 
: OH d 



z All Kinds of Musical Merchandise. 

407 W. Walnut St., 

Opposite Kirk wood House. 



4- 






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Des Molnc^ Coal Mining [Co, 

Edward Turby Pres, C H Morris S^c 

and Treas, 113 Oth ave. (-SVc r card o\-- 



Des Moines Coal Mining Co, 

>Ii:it>r.s ami-Shipper:} of tin 1 Celebrated ; 

SAYLORtCOAL! 

Mines an the C. £ N.-W. anM., R. I. & P. Railroads. 




Des Moines College, A D Price sec, w s Oth,; 

bet State and Washington ave. 
Des Moines Cycling Club, Alvah Green 

sec, 500 5th. , 

Des Moines Daily Newts, Des 

Moines News Co pubs, 203 5tl|. : 

Des Moines Dairy Co, II New sec, 713-71;*) 

Grand ave. 
Des Moines Driving Park, EB Farley sec, 

office 200 Younger man Blk. 

Des Moines Edison Light Co, 

J P Orel Pre;?. J S Clark Vice Pres,' J 
G Rounds Treas, J A Colby S >c and 
Mngr, 105 Chestnut. (.V.v /'j^v /-?/.), 

Des Moines Elocutionary Institute, over ne' 
Cor Walnut and ?th 

Des Moines Equalizer Co, J D K| Green 
sec.mnfrs draft equalizers. 200 W so 1st. 

Des Moines Excelsior Works, A ] Small 
;jec, e 3d bet Market and Vine. 

Des Moines Pace Cream Mnfg Co (The), C 
Coddington sec, 500 e Grand'ave.' 

Des Moines Fence and Lujmber 

, Co, R B Warren Pres, I M Earle 
Vice Pres, R W Warren, Sec, S F 
tfrouty Treas. T J Welch Mill Supt, 
1J5 10-1530 Mulberry. (.V t v pugs Ijj.) 

Des glomes Fence Co (The), David K Mc- 
Ifarland pres, Horace McCormick'sec, 
1,10-120 e 1st. ' ; 



Des Moines Fire Ir surance Co 



(capital! $100,000), J 
S A Robertson Vice 
Tr ms, j S Clark jSe 
(.SV,' ri^hl ~tJp /i He's nrta 



Stone Yard. 



Street. 



fc- 



Ci Rounc 1 

Ppres, J! H 

105 Co 



pa^e\jo. 



s Pres, 
Merrill 
irt Ave. 



Town- 



Teach- 
j Pres, 
II 1th. 



prop, 



Fjes Moines [Fruit arid PrJcduce Co, iDaniel 

I pojughehy , propr, ■ 2,( 8 Court a v* .' ' [ 
pes Moines Fuel and Utrie Co, 

\ Perkins i& Perkins proprs, 313 it}i ave 
Des Moines Glove Workfi, Hbrr- 

I I m;ijU.& Gownieiproprj, 31 2. Court; ave. 
Des Moines! Graphic (Weekly); Graphic 

Coipubrs, .311 Locust ; 

Des Mbinesl Hat Factorjyj P L McNall 

prcipr. Ill (1 0th. \ \ 

Des Moines Hay and Coal Co, Fred 

Brinckman propr, !)01 .Locust. 
Des Moines Home For Friendless Chil- 
, drenj Mrs W W Hale suc,.2l)li} High. 
Des Moines Hoof Fackinj. Co (] W 

er and M M Trimble], |lO(i ojh. ' 
Des Moines Hokis^e, Loreinz \ 111 

propr. 1\)1 e Walnut. 1 

Des Mcjines Ice Co, Horace E 

out! Pres, M, T V Bovman y^ 

Wifllatn G Town Sqc a id Treas, i 
Des Moines Inspection Bureau, D F( Hdrt- 

well lVispector, 13 Clapp Blk 

Des Moines Laundry, J W Tous^ain 

/i 21i)!\y Co[urt ave. ]i 

Des Moines Leads r, The (Daily 

'I- andlWeekly), Henry Stivers propr and 

1 publisher^ 420 Court a-'. • (oVv hi; v ioj.) 

Des Moines Life ^tssocifi tion, 

L S Coffib Pres, O P Wrigfy ykiPres, 

1 ,C E Paulson Gen| Mr, gr, J G (Pounds 

I Treas, L C Rawson j e'c. Waldut, s e 

cor 8th. 1 1 , j , 

Des Moines Linseed Oil Cv Harry E An- 

1 keney mngr, 1th, ne cor Vine. 
Des Moines Loan ^ Tnisl 
• Jul ward S. 'Wish'cird ^es, Eo\l'ry[W 
I, Goode Vice Pres, Johpj B Jf^nts Sec, 
Simon Casady Treas, 1 10 Locust, j 
Des Moines Malt House, f|!s Kidd supt, 

1 8th, cor Scott. ! j ( 

Des Moines Mnfg i*nd Supply 

; Co. N S'McDonnoll Pres, GV Wright 

St'c. J E McDonnell xVsst Sec] George 

i L Jarrett Treas and Mtigr, Mnfrs Ele.; 

[ vators and Mill Machinery, l6l :o 121 

e Court ave. {St't- index to aik'is.) I 

Des Moines Marblejand Me ntet 

Co, J M Graham FJres, E B Guij- 
druth Seci Joseph Kirsher. Supt, TOl to 



Co, 



A 



/05 Locust. 



Des Moines Messenger per 
I vice, S 

'cor \i\\. 
Des 1 Moines Mortgage Loan Co, Will 
ILawrensoh sec, iOS Locust 



W Annis Mngr, Locust, sw 

iamA 



tr 



WESTERN WHITE BRONZE CO., DES MOINES, IOWA, 

i " Best Material of the Age for Monume^ t8."4doIe 






ehoe. 




DeSfVIoine; Mojde Is 
r W liiiry mngr, 



&e6 Moi 



; 1ml $:p: 



Whin it, 
• J j]w/wfe 
D^ 'W f>i 
jlbuilcli.li 

dHm4*hc 



nea Nai lohal 



Wellsjljigjer Pres, 
se.cor ( 

m 



\ l H Se 

!; >rn 
Pres, 

th'ase 

iflingr 



D 



Dc 



E)es 



jft/J 

ilbin 

ft, 

.<ixst|: 




erye Frod Co, 
11.1! Court ayi 



()00, Surpjuji i< 



thll 



link, Cipi 

110,009. kt' 

Nikvell Cashier,^ 



nee 



c, Pubs'Des 



Natioral 

Neyvs Cc4j 



lines, Nojrtljerri.] $• \VteBt- 
Railway Co, j' MHufell! 
F<t Hubbdll list Vlice, Prei ' " 



ISibin 



factufjjigm, G H Hujiimlocbfer r 
mnfrslEcby feall Car Couplers, 'jEd 

#el#g.U \>y:r ' hi, , 

Dje^jM^f ij Pielno <Cc|>, Ch,(rie^ H 



fees 



D<Js 



bes 



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R 



Pratt -2<l Vii;b J Pres, 
H Dl T ipmpson'i fltr^as', J 
lerj 1 Auditor, ^ M Martiiji 
5 A Steve Aso; l Ge til P^fes 
'.? Jennings Contraiiing 



_. (kejheral Offices 2la;.Youti 
ik J , ]0t>;ticHet Office Skvery 



Patent Ptoniotiri 



Sj^eejidy IjrespEdfaarcl ICKohn 
ajn'd £u;Dt, J(}hi* C Mac'jr Treas, " 
aii|d|Musi<:al Merchandise^ 407 \*7ajlnut 
( ^v ■/ ^ f t oplcor cards.) »\ r 
D£js, M pines Pc»st pffictc, __ 
Britni tt Postmaster, 5thl,. ine 'icd.ij' Court ( : 
aye: ;'■ h'Tj ' r » ' ' ' ' ; ' 

Moines Pottery. Works, 
^Je|el s, propts, s end e so 
lolinlesl Public ilibrafy, 



tf 



Be 



5th, 



Cfierry! ; cor 

M JJJqlelKy.'jCcj: 
tteas, 118'4th. J 

niisl Nuirseryj Co, 
Prfpprs, fU'Seflji. 



Blank./ 



Jj'G 
!Me\vs <: 2( 



Hjarnilr 
;]|5th 



Fr 
er 



H 



;(Ai!' front 



Hj TjV Pjdfcejr; 
H 



and 



YM.C 



ate Exchange^! 



Ella 



A Bldg 1 , 



Tho 



a!nd| 
U 



Genl 

enger 

sight 

man 
3use, 



sec 



Ma 




( Sec 
Music 



E %, ind \ L 
Gth. 



M 



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enter. 

A! Albert HlMa 



ib 

>imoti 
i truss 



A^stj Gashief, 




G B<friyhUl 
as^dy (J^snierj, 






Ejdhe^ librarian, 

riweor Gratid avt 

Moines Hea|l E 
1 1 Sh'an ion sec, Yojjngerrhab Blk; 
Dpw IVoihc^ Rubber 

IScaL j |€Lhd , Stencil 

!j|C Ire^ton Pfoph 407 \^ r al|iut 

l/wce ^2.) * i '■' '''• . "^ 
D^sJ M^^ijt es [River bW. Co, 

propir 1st ne cor 
D^s^Moin-sS^ddl^ry 

s^c f n)9-31ipoUrt ape 
D<|s f Mpin3s S&nitariu^i Cp\. \T l A Haildmg 

sec} 1 20 iUyk Los^nj afad-Trust Be gJ 

P IV fofaaefi Sa vings Efa rik, 
■^measJM'CJa'sadTrpres;'- G M K:ipfee 
4 fsiites ]C " — - • ■" "* T * 



Stamp, 
Wciifks, 



K M 



$00Wilnut;do:3d 



Vice Prests, ' 
AltJjit C 




Mc- 
4th, 




faO Wm\t mh St., Des Moines, 



teal Estate 



UREOTORT* 



and Exchange Brckpft 



:s 



C 



owa, 



/RTIF1CIAL EYES! 

•jftfci'r liffc 0f ^-* M l ^' 

^^Br iVflHBi properly in^bl*ed 






1 



23T 



and Insert yd. 



Iowa Loan one Tru«t Bulldinf, n^ar P. 



Moines Scale apd Mnfg Co, "J 
IJorm sec, k 2c , se cor Qrandlave. 



enry 

St. 



Moinps-S'cato.and \yire Works, I 
A and J^ewi&Clow proprs, 223 e 

D^S Mbi*ie«k School bf Iian 

guagcB, Prof Georges' .Chajel.kin 
Princjipal, 4p4 Marqjuardt Blk 





Des 



B 




8t. t 



VT St 



card i>Vl oiO aiidind^ t'6 advts.) 



\ 




(S< 



B L j Mmchlar & Sop, proprs, J}( 
cust. .,■; • j 

Dei MoinesjSteam Heating and^Pow 




OINES 

OP 

Piiop. |GE0iMiB8 CjiateUik, Prlncipa 
ATURAti MlETHOD. 

FrrabL Qomau, ItaUin, Spanith, jl&ught by tytive l^acbort w 
, Marhuardt Block, | 3P 

(See ^ndescf AJlvte.) « Cor. Fifth and locust. ?5 

,.i [i] I' ^ ^ i^ P ( 

De|J.lofne|s Sihoe Manufacturing Cp (Thej, — 
Cfreensec.pl 2 Court ave. .3 

D<^e Moines Show Caac Co, S^m-TJ 
Uei ( ^j Worcester propr, 210 Gth. (SeeV' 

uf^topHWs,.) ' i : ; . >. 

De; Ijlojh^s Soap Works, J P Mowe - sec, 2 
Vine ahcl]e jjd. , \ \ 



J^6 e Molnes|Stcam Dye >Vo rfcp, Z! 

" ~ ' " IJo-O 

I S 

cp.a 



j]S J Pbl^ 



jib "Ppik, sec^ ^Ui 3tft. ' m v* 

Dcb Moln28 Stereotypy Fcun-j" (!) 



5th 



<ljry, i J ^ Brown propyl 203 5th 
right side lines, ) 

D'dsj MoircB Stone Yard, KV 

Steele, pjopr,209 w so 3d. (fre ' l £j 
/hies.) 

Dp;) Moines Straw Wqrks, CatherinaA'Mc. 
r|ail, pro pr, straw h^t;rnn^r, 4K Gth 

tidBijfvioin^B Street R R; Cp, 
Polk, Pres, BFKauffmann Vice => 
B Hppee Sec, Simon Ci 
reai 201 Tnh. : , 
^oines Tanning Co (Tave'G and r 
birison arid pphriam ^Sigel), 
^ssmkrs and tanne^, 210 8d 



Bookbinder and Deatei 

Wrl209 Fov}th St.. Des Koine*, \ 



m 



M 



(.SV^» « 





I. H, WALKER & CO., 



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~ S2-38 i)ES * DES MOINES (DITY DIRECT 

.6 « II ' ' : . 




F. WOLCOTT WEBST|R, 

SUPERIOR 

PK0[0G|PHY.i 

4II Walnut St., 

Des Moines,' Iowa. 



^ 

nt and 25 1 



Ctt 



CO 



Des Moines Tent and Owning 
Co (Luther L and S E Hamlin), over 

'2U) -ith. {See card ne/oio and \index to 
advts). i ; 



— - 15 



£2 



CO 



CO 



a> 



TENT & 




3^V 




mfrsof^ 1 kinds 



^qrO 



^„ ^ CANVAS 

fHH'-. Goods. 



'RITE FOR CATALOGUE & PRICES. 



Dea Moines Transfer Co, Seth 
Graham & Son prop's, 308 0th ave. 
, {.S'tV <</;'</ below ana' index to advts.) 



oo 



,05 



Established 1868. 

Des Moines Transfej? Co.,! 

SETH GRAHAM & SON 

Deliver Goods from all Railroad* to alt Partw of 
the City. Moving Pianos, Safes and Heavy 
Machinery a Specialty. ! j 

STORAGE. 



Telephone 170. 



Office, 308 Sixth A?enue.< 



Des Moines Trunk Factory, G Q Davis,! 
props, 70<> e Walnut. I 

Dfcs Moines Typewriter Co,; 
Mower & Kubec proprs, typewriters; 
and typewriters' supplies, 31 2 4th. (Xvj 

ri^ht top cor cards and index to' advts). ! 
Des Moines Union Depot, Cherry, s w cor 

5th. 
Des Moines Union Freight House. 2d, nw 

cor Wabash RR. 
D.es Moines Onion Stock Yards, 11th, con 

Vine. 




s and Stea 



Des Moineia Wajter 

1 Fred M Hiibbell Pres, 
man £Jec, and Mogr, 
works Walnut,; sw cor 




Des Moines Syateij Poyver arid 



W^rlis Co, 

Anhfii? NDen- 
503 Grind ave, 



Kith 



Co, jChester , K 
Chestnut, se cor 



Electric Light 
I Mead sjec apd Mngr, 

Des Moines Zoological Garden,! 7th, cor 

Corning ave. ', i . ■ | • j 

Des Moines ■}& Kansas City! 

Railwajr Co! M VjB EdJeHy 'Pres; 1 

enl Mngr, 
ds Treas 



C Newtop Vice Pres 1 and 

H He 



B F Kauffman Sec, 
W A DisMow (Auditor, ThjjcT'C Sher 
wood Supt, T 4 Bar,ker Citjl Pass Agt, 
Genl Offices 7th, nw cor lElm, City 
1 Ticket, Office 2^2 1th, IDepoi Elm, nw 
cor 4th. 0ee front Jiy\M). \ r ' 
Detwiler Anna L, teacher Curtis School, 

-| res 310 e 9th. j ; ' j- !■ ; 

Detwilpr Henry, v pres ! and sec Capital 

' City Mnfg Co, res 17(4 Maple f * 
Detwiler Jorin, carp, bds 750 e >Valnut. 
Detwiler John W, v pres Van Htisanj Mnfg 



Co, res tflO, 



e 9th. 



Detwiler Miss Lizzie M, pat medicines, 21 

I Flynn Blk, rrhs) same. • ! i 
Deuel John H, lab Capital City jBrick Co, 

, res 801 7th. j , '111'' 1" 

Deupree Charles, stujdent, rms 1157 27th. 
Deupree WClarenqe, student Drake Uni- 
versity, [rms ll.^t 27th, ; j 
Deuson Thomas^ J, engineer C St P & K p 

•Ry, rmsjfoc-t 11th. | !> 

Deutchmanr William, elk Alberit Hill; res 

I215-30thi. jj _ i j * i ' 

Devaney, se\ a/so De Vinay. } j 

Devaney Tames W, miner res n iv \i sic 25 

/T T\ *»' ;' ' 

* '• ! / l 7l ! 

De Vault Benjamin', lab Iovya Pipe andTile 

Co, res ' ] e lith (Capitol.Park.|| j 
De Vault Hanrlah (Wid >ioah),|!res 10S1 

■2->th. \. ■ ■] n ■ 

De Vault JaW, labia Pipe and) Tile Co, 

reseMhj (Capital Pk). | 

De Vault Jerries C", died 1 November 10, 1S01. 
DeVauh John,) moldar, res e Arlington. 

cor En'nis.- ; . ', ' j . j i 

DeVault La'fayette, blksidith,, 1081 25th. 
DeVauh N.S, birakeman CifetP i K C Ry, 

res 720 Cherry. j I ! ' 

De Vinay Anbie-T, domestic Sab^n! House. 
DeVinay Belle, ;res 1515 Walnut. 
DeVinay Josj opr Diamond Suspender Co, 

bds 1515 Walnut. [ 'r\ ? 

DeVinay Mkry (w^d Sanjuel), | res 1515 
! Walnut' >j 

Devine, see also 1 Divine. 
Devine Andrew, sho^mkr ijj M Shoe Mnfg 

Co, res 1150 Cth. \ 




Filoij^l Designs, PIcMtfe.- 

A. W. 1 Prater, 414 l|oc|U|lj Street. 



<i 




^vinejAndreKv J,! 
r : Sclibol! 

lev we': 



~)evine pa 

resJ12Ql 
levin e 
Jevint 



ft 



P 



")e\vey 



J^ji 



DeWilci H 



;J? 



A 



1C, lib, res 
iajpj'bkpr I- 

Gth^ve. 1 
"^ removed 



J v steitn fitte^,- res 
1803 ! 'Still" 



m 



eor ^, rei 

11a 0, dressmklr 
lxlspoO jjh/l r 
eVin i-Jolr C, barber,; 
e\ r or3ii)a^ d*L,Jjanitor 
1 jres 1 UC 4 Wilbiit. ( , .| ■. . ■ , ■, 
eVoreiJares E, oruiihce sefgt Adjt 
I -G^bls Jept, res UW\e Walnut'. 
feVorefWil iam \% jewdler SjOseph, bds 

1-120 eiValnutj ;■ ,j i ' ' 
)eVos Ariel nlaci Denili£ Duplex Writing 

i\l4h.C<)Jr^850 1Bt ; h. ; 
Jevriqa Broer^carp. re>'ll4 S iDrt/'j 
Jew Edwarc -'MJ } stude it Dra <le U.rii ^er^ 
sity, Wi-is 8,4b| : J9tli. 
•' ipewey jDifa ne. A, ikuxner Andreir Anderson; 
'305 'tj diversity a ve. 1 7 



IJEb ilOIN 



H Sifckels & 



Jo Stuirt, la. 
^Vlrs m jA Strongj 

:| r f -j 

esp|5th. 
Bryant Schpoli 



i i r 



516 



Co 



f 



ipeU J ey Eliasj, res' l'ilfl Sloth 



3eWey iprab < D, 

)eu-ey [Frah j W,' c&rp, res '1338 14t 

)ewey Heij'l j (*H J°* n H rss 7*(f 



3^\Vild' iwil Jam) Ej, erilg^neer Union £je: 



(S 



stpdeji 



liana; died 



e iry, engineer, res 
W|M) ' f '■ 



>1, 



Jewey Ma:*y JR, teaphei Irving'Sch 

}ewey Nelli jj-i student fiilghlanfl Pk Col- 

legb. j ! 

Dewey § W r , tray! agt Diajmond 

Co, Iresj Clyde!, ,Kas.] | 



M 



August 



ollejge, 



7th 



Laih|l391. 



I C_? 



Busier 



301 JV:on 



vatpr, rejs 923 Shertnah, 
^WittlJEmory j, printer! rms 9025 Wish 

■ [in«lon ;l ' - i ' If ' H ' -' 

Witl Fletiher W, jpHnter, rros 4025 
Washington^ ! "'i- i ' ■ ! 
DpWrtf Gbpifgfe C, iarp W H Willia|m£, 
'res n ^.Washjingi on aye,, e of 22d 
/itt|Ll6ypjWl all; Monitor House:! 
)e Waft Rjiisfeefll M,' .MrsciaA, Oyer 4?3 

(ifh|. rds 1430 Carfit^l av'e. .' 
D'e Wblfe 'A bjertU' (WaiioW ",b U $\& W 

%a s lp|^q;; • r ' I'.,,; 

C H; inner The Brilliant Sidn Let- 1 
toi I'lOothF 



Dexter 
ter 



,PiabeJ John 

J |t)ia| ^laurell 

M -'ifjijrcip 1 



>»ey, s&a/fo pay. \ •! . I • *• J ' 

)eyo Clara :A s^iinstr^, res (^Oj) Maple, 
'hieneirjaij. HJerman, hvl|s Pro^ty-f p^ler 
Soap Co, resi014 Majiryl. 



amonc 



res 



Williarji; carp, 

(S-DIM). [ 
toibJDern Sophia t), donigsHc819 7th. 
DDibDolt ;?red, lab, res 1740 Maple. 
iDjicc Oscar, student Highland Pk College 
jlDicc RofbehJA, Student 

lege 



reJ 



dei 



mi' 113 



A; student „ T 
G, palntei) Redhea 

„ u H( kjcgfreslffil^ 

.[Diaiirip^fi Point iMrndtftr- 
, M jlf^lor Oscar l ! Dyer, Ar 
1 L;eaA},[ 010 efcran^ Aye. ' rl 




IUQCJUSt. 

rton, 
thiSr! IMc- 



BESflOWA SOFT COAL 




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ol New! York. 



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Die cey 'George V r labil 



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Die 






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Die 



Kens Robert 3, carp, res 402 Jeffe rsoo fm '■*» 



cerscn Harvey, die 3 December i Ust 

,1805 J t 1 ''.: ''.'■.' • i •• 

cey Adam (I'andall |& Dickey) ^ pres* 
People'sl pavings pa n|< ( res 730 l(|th. 

cey Autoniatiij Car Coupler 4C0, <5i W B 

^' - J 'y|3ec, H-P0 4th. J ; '■■■ 

eorge W, sec Dickey Autoniatic ™ 



en 



Die 
Die 
Die 
Dick 



4 

! 



#Kelley, Ag|;s. 



StiBpcnder Co, >( 

Munjger Ifres, George Ajjewett Sa 
rd Mngr, W A Sprj 



Shackslfo 



Supt, 5J( M!ulberry 



(SD 



:: hji 




Let 



Lna an! Trust BHg. 

Orters Folfohi 






.M). 



Die! 



Car Coupler 



^11 
r^ 



res 322^ Madison, 



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wj 

:. H 
iger 



12 



Highland Pk Col 






CO 



mtt 
m 



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res 1006 Ohio 



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iey\ -Jay'lA, "printer Watters-Tn 
Pnpting|(to, res 124313th, 
Die cey t ilpberJt, r js Walnut, se cpr El 

chord FreflV ) ib, 1708 Des Mbinei, 

cinsjcm Albert C, student Highland Pk 
Cotfege. ' ! • . § -- | 

spn Bryan .student Drake Un 
sity f ;rms|K)75 20tl?: 
.insbn Dvight W, ^physician, 200 Mar 
quap-dtjBlk^ les 1815 Center, 
;inspn JEawajjd, 'watchman, res Si^iith, 
siv cor^Roy'cej a,ve; 

' son Rdbetjl; teller D M Nat B^nk, 
p 720 % ] 
iason S J$, s,|udent Highland Pk 

ike- II, , 

cycinson Warren, draughtsman Survjeyor 
Polk Cou-fiy, res 720 4th. 

Dic&inson" W^lmot H, physician, 20() &ar~ 
quardtBlk, res 7204th ' 

jjka 2tl6n2 o F, Hardware, S 
and Tinw|ar£, 717 Walnut, res 
High/ 

:4 Edwin A, salesman A F Dicks 
OlalOth 



If LOCK, 8 per cent inttrest 
Time Depiosits, f ' '' 
^, SecYand Marj'$r t 



bott 

iott. 



C0lr 



oves 1 
1121 

, tes 



show cases, Hwtfr' 



Jg£ 2i(1 



DJC 



DES MOINES CITY DIKECTpKY 



«2 £ Des Moines Piano Co. 

fVt ro (Incorporatcdi, 

jjj Manufacturers and Wholesale Dcjalers in 

1IPIAN0S § ORGANS 

And General Musical Merchandise. i 

407 West Wattiut Street 



SDimmiit 



OS 

be 03 

C *> 



o 



r 



•j <b ■' Dicks Jessie E, teacher Irving School, re 
g g U-Jl Hieb.- 

^ ^ Dickson, s c \' r./so /V.v.'v 

Dickson George C, student Dra^e Univer 

sity, rms I ill! 'J ah. j 

Dickson James M, res i:U»S 18th' 
JIJ™ S Dickson Mary C, , bkpr Rosier Fire Ex^ 
^ tinguisher, Co, res IHOS ISth. 

Diebel John A, student Capital City Com 

^ mercial College, rms 11 '21 ILocust. 

^ v j 

#*fc Diedrick Scott W, res 1 iOS Main (Sevasto 
W pol.) ■ \ | 

1 (ith ave 



£ 



Donat 



>ietz, res 



pol.) ■ I 

Dietrich Donat, harnessmkr, 20 

res 1 ").'>") Pleasant. 
Dietrich Ida M (Baird & Dietrici)), res 

©15)!.") Woodland ave. 
> Dietrich William, harnessmkr 
^^■h Dietrich, res 15H5 Pleasant. j 

T* pietrich' William P (Baird & Dietrich), res 
I JB0 15H5 Woodland ave, 

! Ir\# Dietz Alice S. bkpr George W: 
jfk 725 Maple. 

^^L Dietz Conrad, res 725 MatHe. ' 
^^^ Dietz David, res 725 Maple. 
j Dietz George W, coal and lime 41He 5th 

^ res 725 Maple. 

Hpietz John C, trav agt A T & S Fe Ry, res 
":! 7(K> 4th. ' ! ! 

:.t)ill Emma (wid William), res J)18 (ith. 
J 1 1 Dillingham William, wind millj rakr, bds 
■■■ Central House. 

Dillon John F, carp, res '1757 e Grand ave. 
Dillon Mrs J G, res s:57 5th. j 
^ K>illon Minnie A,, wks A C Moijnt Broom 

^^fc' Co, res e Vine, ne cor llth. 

^^^ Dillon Nancy (wid John), bds \ 1551 Des 
^^^P - Moines. 

5^L Dillon William J, wks A C Mount Broom 
WW% ' Co, rese llth, ne cor Vine. , 
W# Diltz C, trav agt W W Kimbalj, 014 Lo- 
: "i cust. ; 

■ t)il worth. Charles H, Tresis Polk Co. 

O; Court House, res lOi!) e Uth. 
Dihvorth Nellie A. student Drake Univer- 
:''| i sity, rms 1011) e !>th. | 

i. i ^immftt Braxtor (cold) plasterer, res 1121 
>! Crocker. | I ' 

Iimmitt Eli zabeth (wid Jacob G), res'- 1102 



m 



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FANCY STATIONERY) 
AND FINE PRINTING ) 



at 



THE OLSEN 

913 Nl 






George 



)IX 



M,- 



Hardware, 



Stovqbard Furnacijs, 5()7 Mulberry, * 

w so 7th, nr Elm. 
TI Stoner.rnlsLo- 

1 1 

iichman CR I ft- 



res \W\ Higl( 
Dingmar JArtliur ,H, lab 
Dingmai Waido H.yvks 

cust, ijie cor fth. ' 
pingman ;Wi liarji J, s\| 



P R- 



Din sm ore! Em me 

: College 



Dinsmor 



10th, se cor Shaw. 



Sarah 



ave, 

IDjppert 

! • ilHl 

Dippert 



Short 



;t, student Highland Fk 

! 

| (wid Simon), r|;s 1 II! 



ent Highland l4 



(ith ?ve. 
Dinsmor * s We|bste|r, stuc} 

! College. 
Dippel Laius (Dippel & Seiberlic 

MH'tji. 
Dippel & Seiberlith (Loi}is DipjielJ Fran!' 
Seiberlicli), grocers,! 1 Chestnut, -■•• -- 
'2nd. . 1 ' jji • 1 ij 

Dippert Frederick, harnessmkr, 20$ Grant 
res 1U)0K. ' i j! 

Jofeepn, barber, 223' Walnut,' . re? - 
2btl. l 



*). ret 



D^ephine (wid; Williamij !res ^17 



Short 
M 7th 



th. 
s S H 



Dippert Iquis, harnessmkr, res 217 
Dippert William E, harnessmkr ! li 

■ res 2H Short. | ■ I i 

Dirkson Frank, artist, res ,1 HI 2 0th. 
Dirktjon Fijank D[ artist, rbs \%\m) 
Dirr John S, engineer, res H 1 10 2hc 
Disbrow FlrederilcK E,' \tailer Mi 

Hopevj.'!eli, rnis 4(0 Chestnut^ j ! 
Disbrow ^illiam| A,! auditor DJM & KC 

Ry, r|sjl520 Lincjen. j ' j! 

Discdn Jqlln, engjfteer Coon Valley Coti 

Co, M foot lUth. 

Dissmcrje Gc 
,- la 2SJ. it Bank, 
res If 40 Lind 






|tj (fashi 



orge |2t, As|t Cashier 1 
and Treas State jus Co, 
:n. j [Sfc page ^p,'i 



Dlstrioi CouU of FfoJkGbiinty, 

, ' ^Stephlen F Balliet^, W.F Cohrati andC 
1 P Hollmes Judges, Wtn Muss'olnSI Clerk. 

\ec± i 



Court 
DitzlerEl 
Divine,' sc 
Divine I^e 



025 2ikc . 



Flouse. 

zabeth, jresjHh, 
■ ^/fo Dh'iric. 
njamin, driver 



nw cor Madison, 



P 



Diviriey 
Dix Char! 
Dixon, fJf 
Dixon Fr 



over 2 



M Ijce Co, res 



i^, 



Diviije JcjhVi D^, djriver D M.Brli^l 
Co, rin-s (i','5 Ct)mmercia,l. 1 j 
!)t' I niini , 1 | 

W, triv'agt Sheuerm^in 
/so OicAsoii, ' hi 

iijik T, jktitor Vbrse Bl 
Walnut. : j , : | ! 
Dixjon Johjnj student, rms j>26 Hrcjl, 
Di.^on J S itu'dent Highland Pk 
Dixon Gbcrsje W, ^s 717 ISth., ! 
Dixon Hk vey O, cWntist, (>1(>' Wa,lniit 
Dixon Jol r C! studfent Capital] C ty 
" )llege,l rms 1402 iJdcu^ 



Mnfg 



Bros. 



rms 



meroic.l 



fWELC 

u I berry SJtjeet 






Colleg^i 



College. 



Com- 



PAINTING COM 



hone 4931 



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It 



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>ixon Mattie I; dhrriesti : 52 



oane Fra'hk, 



ave. 






£ 



*.acel 'Chiles .M.'rbfia Iceman \Q R t l&P 

" K } |Je^4:>pd\|inf 



Mlckltf. 



ibane/ThofriafciJ, |ja;ni<|o^£tate K(ou^0, 
rand aye 



DESiMOI 



520 e Grand a ve 



ies.I73| Cip 



an(»J\V'illj!aiA! M, lab, 



toan^yvnijami ivi, i 
)ob|)ifti Adjdisin'JH, 
N.iresS.'ifi'iqth. 

I ' -I 1 !- L 



locticfty,- ^ *. 



)ochehy HJele 3, \W$ 
;s if^Cipijoljdy 



liertyi' .Jphu, jv 
:>L\rCapitprav 
ertjy 



ks 
avtj 



.u 



es 104f Waller, 



trd.y agjt Wiir 



SaveVy Hoise,; 3ds' 



•pcllerty Sara }, (jwid Jchri) t 'tes 1 



/so D(t'ighAi) , /)<}/,:>■/)> and 

1 f i» J! ■ ' 

N W Suspe ader jCo, 




I Mannfftcturera pt 

HIGH GRADE FLOUH 



DON 



um 



P( 






IK 



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OK 



Ciap- 



itolaye] 
Ockendprf Ndlie, elk jPeter^Kdrtz.i jms 
1 1,00.1 \\J. : lnat:j- . .j .'/"' 

jpockliorn' l^erc inarid, -wks! Liverpool ^nd 
! D.M! Packing Co, rds 17.08 M Merles; 

jjockjstader,! see a/$o Do jc stater. , ( , 

] lockistader pharos 'A, oik ',] H ; Merrill, : 
'. res 077 24t!i. !■■ -.• "j ■; . |, - 
ockstader Oh; rles B, (ilJocksta^r &i Wil- 
1 4in^j ( .RslJ34eGr|ndave. V : <|< 

I pckstacler 'izr^, iarrper,, res '977 24th. 

] ocksta^er •] <*ra ak | A- fainter, " res, - 5jl4 - 5 th 

i[)ckstaaer FreleijicK.i lib, ires 97S" West 
'idr^ave. > ' , • ',,-1 ' 1 ' 
^kjstader Gecrge.L, ifclk Dockstaqet & 
Wilkinsl bds 1334 ejGrand ave. . 
]{>ocksta(3er oseprj, elk 10er foot Bros!,j res 
140:1 Lotus 
ckst&der;Liz^iej (wid 

Locust 
ocksta<|er Rufesdll -I R, 
Brfijsmaid, res ^403 
ockstader \Villia|m ! F, 
1 28th: _ : r ■ ' ■ ' ' 
[ Dockstader qc 



t \ 



Wilkiris, > iQ 
staderi and P b jWilki 
i3-2!>-!K(3.p L5cnk: ' 
tjod,d I^qwtbn Sj engineer 
LJronjze Co, res' Clifton 
Ivirkwood 



Henry), res ^1^03 

bkpr Perki 
Locust J 
:eamster,'-!rei 



us 



od 



ft 






fds'Bellel :kx de|np Hi^hfnd PljjCoIjke, 
oddb lames F, student H ghlandipk. Col;- 

odds Tl A. studenft Hichland Pk Qo'.lage. 

IricUtiy, 



I'TjA, stucenjt Higlil^nd Pk 
: Frank;' , cllc Norman J 
^lOllLocud I f 



dgfiFjankiW, drdcer, 1012-H IlpcM 
Ilodbe mrrj A cirijier ? 0, res' lM^st,,^ 
m^- LfeVi-S, drii'ei Pouty & Pratt: 

. lwtenbflij 1j ',.] •. rij 

Eiod^fKVilliamt?,!lab I) M PottWy] 

oth " 



-8|l^,e so 
dsoa ! B F, ;tr4v 



/, i- 



Gliarles B Dcpck- 
kipfe), dry] $pods, 



\Ve:stet]n|Ap:ite 
, avd, %& sj of 



1012-1- 




& 



!)78 



bds Hotel Mo'h iji. 




USE 

nine Id Coal! 

IE88 YOJJ WANT THE BE8T. 

fourth jS f. 4^ £. Wali^t ft 



Dq 



Doerpir 



ericb, Theodpre 
.iei.$2()3rd. 






ea^e 507 Mulberry, rrhs Rawsqn Hlk 



iPoprp^rl 

fge 

Johdr^y, 

ipo^rjy 

I^oherty 

■ . n ujt 
II>oridrtjy 

>ohdrty 



ihing Haill. 



Fra,ulfein, 



oil RltoertJ, 

ieM4Q^llt!h. 



res 



res 



omback 



Chad 



,:t.l 



qe ipr Forest ave 



e Kip, res 



ojneuti 
i Hell 
on 3 ax 
onapey 
Ijohati ey 

ma 

tjopan 



JMihhuch. 



y 



oe 



Sewi 



r rnngr, 



id. rrn: 



William, 
.William 



obahoe Anna, 
btis 511 e 2<fi. 




idJoc Charles (Vl, trav ag: ^ewis Marks, fa% < I 
i tei H23 Walnut. ' I P"f 



k : "W, Justice jof 



the 



K.-f6reman L Harbcch, ' ^ 
domestic ,Highland Pk $ g ^ 
copk Highland PJk Col- jg H ,. 



LepnaM, 

we. nlsA DouVherty and DocJurlv «^ T 
/^ nna di"i < ^ c " 1 ^' r ^'■ ec; m tt !i 

1519 Loij 

C paries'! 

i 

i 

John, res! 
Nellje, \d\ 



■ i 'I r ' 1 ' ^ 

ssrhkr Miss M E Kit ht, p|K £ 

st. v ■ ; I • i : " 31? & 



! 3 'w 



, erijgineer,. res ir>|0 

1510 I*ocust. j 

essm)cr, res 1519 ^oc^ist/ 3 J 



J, removed to Si Joseph, Mo. 



ola^d A'nna/ c(oi|4e st ip 1923 Grand ajve. ^^ 



Sigp Writer 21 
{See ard befaw hnduiir 



P 4th, ff.a 









B 

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a. 




es 
e g 



W,, ores Union Merd in- Ci 



°g 



Beaver ave, 



f2S2 Raccoon. 



O 



Ma chine I Co, ,Rol|srt J? 
610 Locust 



ins^gt, rms lol3;Hig l. o 
S, bkpr DMUfe^ss, g 



fiigh. 
^tv /3JA0I Donahue D'pnohue 



clH Pdrkins & Bri4sm^d, , q 



iEtntof'-TAaojit 

8AVKRY HOUSE. 



;;!/ P S 



1 



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<5 



H* 



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a; 



ACME COAL CO. 

913 WEST WALNUT. 



2±2 



DON 



PES 



MOINES 01 



) BEST COAL 
1 1 [• Delivery 



IT DIRECTORY 



G. L, DAHLBERG & CO, 




< 




AND DEALERS IN 



S 



g Remington Typewriters. 

-< — -U 

'•( CC Donahoe Bernard, trav agt, res ■ 1(521 Lin 1 - ! 

li^CJ den - 

[l j Donahoe Bernard, lab, res 51 1 e 2d. ' j 

jjcfj ^ Donfthoe Lizzie, elk Perkins & Brinsmaicj 

? ~8 bds 511 e 2d. 

■Immi Donahoe Maggie, tailoress, bds 

Donahoe John T, elk Dr E D 



i r>l lie •->(]. 
Wiley, bqs 



8 _ 

( iSP*i 511 e 2d., , 
'|2j Donahoe Patrick M, lunch coun er 150.) Dti- 
rS pot, res 1 123 e Oth. j | 

!lC2> Donahue, see <a/.r<> Donahoe, Dqno/iue and 
;i '• punahujh, ■• j 

»\ Donahue Agnes G, trimmer Kratzer Cai- 

^—4 riage Co, rms 1,01-1 e Vine, j 

ponahue Henry C i (Donahue & Thomas'. 
J reS 101-1 Vine. ' I - 

» -^Donahue James, lab, res 1)1 4 e Market. 
( \<"» Donahue John, sec foreman D MNWRj, 
0% res l05S Center/ 



Ail 



Donahue Joseph, elk, bds 520 e Grand ave 
f. : \ Donahue Owen, res SO.' Lyon 



Donahue Lulu, wks Norman L,icht 
Mnfg Co, res H& e 8th. 



i 

r 



Donahue Patrick, lab C R I A P Ry, res 
014 e Market. 

O Donahue Thomas O, wks Smith & Boul|- 
\ ewyns, res' 1013 8th. jj 

Donahue & Thomas (PI C Ponajnue and J 
^ A Thomas), tinners, (i00 e .Grand ave. 

j?T Donald May M, seamstress, rnjis 423 5th,. 

\Xm Donald Alexander, machinist, rus 427e 3d. 
Donaldson Frank L. bds Dbs Moines 

House. I 

Done Charles M, brakeman. Ires ,1123 b 
«""*i Vine. 

QJ^'Done Frank, w<ks Bonnifiekl & Robinson. 
\%\ . res 1423e ! Vine 
*■» Donnell Elizalieth (wid Andrew), res 1114 

' 10th '■ ' I. . ! 

Dortnell Michael, expman/res 1320 Capi- 

1 tol ave. f| 

Donnelly Charles J,' lawyer 520 Walnut, 

res oil lOtti. ; 

Donner Charles, painter, rms 310 Oth. 



V& 



jH^^ Donohue, see also Dona hoe, D 

*^^L Dunahu $i \ 

•^ ' l , ^ 

Donohue Patrick J, Lunch Counter 

, 310 Depot,; res 310 w so 5th 



mhue an 



I 



V 



HawKeye Steam Laii 



. W IN. THE ClTjj.1 prompt 
and Fiill We ght, Guaranteed 

TELEPHONE 412. 



Donovan 



i i 



BOR 



Mn^ Co, resll 



Donovan 
res 81 

Donovan 
Flat 

bona van 



James 
Olmitkcj, res 



Donovan 

res 81 
Donovan 
Donovar 



Donovan 
Donovai 



Anna, wks .Carman 



Charles 
5 7th. 
ames S,' 



elk J 



14 e 10th. 



8c 



Schmiit 



1 
eremiah 
5 7th. ,, 
John, res 



Donovjajn J F 

Vn\ 
Donovar 



1(> e 



F Docjovaq &. C6, 



engineer, ress 1 



W, ins ag,t 



Beatley & 



F (J F Donovai & Co 



0th 



Nelson 



lllOeOth 



ohn, miner, res Hie K 



res 



th. 



81. 



:th. 



,6* C^> (J F Donovan), 
jjists3l5^th 

Haitn.ih, drefesmkr, 
Cate, res 1303 Grand kve 
^awren'ce E, shoes 520 e Lo|cus|, 
res $35 10th. 
Donovai: Mary, wks 



& 



. Jarman 

MnffeCo. res^He 10th. 
Donovar William' J, pressman (owaPrinij- 

ing'Cd, res SJ5|7th. I j | ,"■ I ! " . ! 

l^oodan Anna (widl Patrick), r^s 5jj)8 Court 

ave. i: Ml j 

Dooley Helnry N^ printer jOlseti -"VVfclch 
i Printing Co, res 505 7,tl^ 

Dooley HI', paper hgr Redhead, |N|orton, 

Lathrop & Co; res 505 7th. 
Dooley John C\ trkv agt Bentjley & 

sted] res Cummingsj la. | j 

Coil 



Dpoley Joseph, driver Procton 
Park ale. 8th. s ot 



res 
Bou 



evard, (Clifton 



Dooley IJIargaret 

nut. 
Dooley lilary A, ^tudentj Highland 



lege . 
Dooley Mary E, 
Bro, res 1451 



Height) 



Mine, 
CWr/tland 



(wid Jdhn), re^ 1^09 Wal- 

■ -; 1 

P'kCol- 



clk Chas E Risers & 
e Grand ave'j 

Mine, 



Dooley '."hdmas, miner Proctor Cc{> il *,*.^,, 
res e^s Park ave, 8th, s Jo1: CDirtlaAtl 



Boiiiward (Clifton Heights). 
Dooley 'Tibothy, ! Student Io\va 

ness College, | ; 

Dpolittk Edmund[rston6 cutter te$ 

Mr-. ! I T ? i I T 

! i Pen aa avej h j | • 
Dpolittlt JElmer, Student. lowa'|Busii 
' nefis^Conege,rrns.438eGraridave 
Doolittle (arace, Student Highland 
lege '}ds 112tJ'Penh:iave. ; : ! 
Doolittle bhn, wksSamujl Hal^teM. se *'+ 

secli (LT).| ! I 

Doolittle 9herman,lab,res|l6GQCaMol ave 

Doolittle [Williar ( d, driyer, re| [^03 Des 

Monies. 
Doran Bessie, student Callariah 



21 Locist. 



Schmi 



01m- 



isi^ 

ave. 
Pik Col- 

14 



(wid Andrew [ 




H. 



),iWsll21 



res 
Doran FJrancis B 

I i • Locyt. 

Doran Frank S[. dlk iMacR'ae & BeAils, rms 
1213 Lyon. 



College, 



118 Fourth 



yam 




OPSp 




mm 



DES : MOINES CI 



Dor4nJuanita A, stbabg' Earle,& jProuty, 

,rds 1$1 Locust, P i . i ' ■' i 
D6rin Mary R,< Wch er!« Emerson ,J3cjhbol, 
/TjJ-es'lipiiLclfruk, '|' • 
bcir^ Simon, tfes 1003 Maple? 
Dormaii l^ert fc cirp, rrjns 101$ Mary 
Dqrmai| Juariii^!, crqB>mkr, 1346ie j)th 



Dorri tjlutoril: 
Dc^rn Daniel X, 

, ! r llWftrand 

DqrrJE.awa 



law student, res 1J JaO 10th 



, res 1130 l|0th 






des 
Wa 



eal estc td 
grocur,' 
.\e. 
.,. •d|E,Physicten I 7(1 1 

nu'tl f e,s 5 HI Otji , c or Hi g li . ( 
Dorr Jfameii E, Strdet "Commissioner; (; 
;- resTlTO.3?:d. . I ' • ],; 

Dorr Jonathan iL :es 11 i0 Grandwe 
Dorr J Mi removed to Djnver, Col.] 
Dorr. Plioebe Iflj, irtus c teacher, njs llllO' 
il v Gnjna ave. ' | , - 
Dorsey Dennis C, :1k W U Tel Co, ids 8^4 

.Dorsey [E^en (iwidijamej},res 117 w 



Porsoti Andrei ,h tailor, rms 835 2|d 
forward JHo^ard.i wks jC ' P Wes! 



poniey $amuel .|L.|'br^ck mnfiyjre^ 
ave, ne cor|;Goul 
)ti[An* 

..ard JL_ — 

20th-(Nourstefa'm|). L , 

•brward pclwd P, student D M Co 
U| -rmsl : 72f)J:h. |1 j ' • ■ '"■' ; 
P'ofson Cjaaflks L, advt agt la State 
ter, r { esl$2ft|23d: [' \ 

Pkdo 



so 



7th. ; 
ftoycej 



jted:]; . 

PcHsoh E>|jF,- s'tijlent Highland 
potsoh' Lewi's Bi agt, jries 823 Chen4 
Dptsoh Willis rij M,,lab, res 931 7trf 
Dbty Aired E, Collector; res 1832 e 1 

Dofy jCora, dcniestic lplk Walter.- 
Dpty Elnjer R res 1832 u Grand' avfc 
Dqty.janWE; Dhotbg rpsOll^df 
Doty The|doije S, res M Walnut, ; 
Doidnd, ppjlei, (Do'udna &' Smitiij 
" 2803jB^attl5bqrbJ.veV ... !' 
Doiidna & •Sirjh (fcbkrljss Doudnjf, 
Smitn), contradto's jand builder 

and (Doha g& Grove aVe. -v 

.f. ■■ u '. 1; r IrTi' j T l i . 
Dougherty, 



s*e a 



Ait 
resOOd 



a ho t laughlrty* Dbcherty)' 

Doi|g[hert| Bl ir che, r.;s 1423 Wain 
Dougherty 'Br id jet (widl 'Anthony), 

Doiighertt Dc.isjr, bkp:\fel213Gran<i ave. 
Dpiteherty D; % el pn )pjr D TVI Br, li J and 

j Prddke Cc tes S06; 0th ave. i 
Dpdherty D^n bljr, salesman 1 DM [Fruit 
J \i^ Pi od ne fe .Co, I: ed [ 906 6th &\ e 
yoijigherty Ddl i, resl 213 Gran'cl aVe|. 
Dwgherty Ec.'w^rcl, d'lVer U Si Etpt Co. 
bds,1054 1(]th. T m. if sAi. ' [ ' ■' 
Doiigh.ertV Eraik, stident 1 rilihlcpd Pk 

College. . i 'I .-; -■ I- T 
DQujgh^rtjy. J^JTi^s.lpliiijrjber Johr 



ave. 



I IHHECTOEr. 



n 



G ard 



'aotur^re of 

BUILDING 



DOW 



V,ItrSt|iiX]|la ^t the H0ad.f 



BRICK. 



243 



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le^, 
F-egis* 1 



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it 

i 



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C MACMNE. 

3lfll Fourth 81.. ] 

DES MOINES. ICWA. 



JO., 



H 

and H 

H, (ilk Estey &damp, fS j 



upliofstr ; A H;Kusjijll & 

and 



polugherty J()»hn 

Co, 
Dougherty Manjiie^ bkpr DM'Fnii 

I i Produce Co ris; 906 ({t h ave. 
DqiighyrtyjMarrLfitenog D. M'Frui 

I Produce Co -rts! »0« 6th ave 1 
Dougherty jWilliaii 

! rep 1054 lOti. 
Dcughty August Aj dentist E| E Huthek, 

| J-'re^ 687 15th. j ■ , I- . , 

Douglas Bernie, d:mestic vvs ^lst, n^ cqr 
Forest' ave. ! 
buglajs Kev Clmioi), ires 1015 e 9th. , 
Jpquglak Carl P, a« piar Line, res 94 ] 7th 
I)cjuglas Flora, £tudent Highland Pl< 

' /; , i le 8 e - ' J ' \ '' . ' 

Dduglis Har-6f, v;kfe G E Converse, 

Walnut, ne cor [7jth. 
Douglas |am2s P, sawyer, res se 14 sdc 32 
Dc uglas J H, ^evatigplist, res 1400 eith. 
Dc agla^s Jc^tb eri iz. A, student D M Co 

reil025.feWh. 



Pcjlagla^ Mfllfe, tllpj-, xes 14Q0e 9th, 
Popglajs lyHiiniu, student Highland Pk 

Cdllege. 
PdbglassiDoialo M, elk Bently &J01rar 

stores ll^lCth. • . «. 

pdtigliss He^try retoucher, res J400 I 9th! 
Dc a^lass Idaj domestic 1014H Granc ave: 






Dc Jglass Jaclib 1 k, Ms agt 407 Youngetman ■ r/% 
Bit rep 43) ^1^. r .. «■ 

ouglass Jpsje, ilres.mkr over 223 W 
'(iiiglass Julia I: (w:d Gilbert), res 

Dcbglaks Lilian, shidelit Highlanl' PkK £J 
College. 'it . < g^ 

Dq|uglass| Wi Jiam, teal estate, 5 Seebcirger> P^ 
Blljf; res 'OH Woodland ave. » 

Dc vermaia JchnC, travagt, rms j 566 

ij)' )vidpio Argle Antoino, gripder Ramsay 5 



Co, res 'ji$ Ch 



n 






BatberSubbly 

DcHw Charles) Ms 2^0 e 5th: 
D(j|w Ella, Avks Northwestern S|uspknder m 
Colresl)Ir84 ..: '.-I 

Dc(|w Fj|B,_ snjdjsjit Highland Pk I College 

printer, rms In 



Doiwanard Stle^en, 
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laid 

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lint lid, 
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g9lore. 



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— |»bes Moines Piano Co. 

•SlKnabe, Rice-Hinze, Sciiaelfer 

jrjS i And Other Pianos. 

^1 AH Kinds of Musical Merchandise, 

C< . 407 W. Walnut St., 

J"; ,w«. \ 

«* £Z Opposite Kirk wood House. 

S . ; : ! — 



207. 



Doud Daniel, lab C Si P & K C Ry, res e 
s Indianola ave, ~d n of Hillside' ave 
^ — (SDM). 

25 ««j Dowd John, brakeman, bds 205 e loth. ^ 
S'^ Dowd Patrick, lab C St P & K C Ry, res d 
;5e3 s Indianola ave, 3d n of Hillside ave 

>S J ~ (SDM). ' I 

Cj5c Dowd Patrick jr, baker \V T Garton, res e} 
M) S2T s Indianola ave, '2d n of Hillside avd 

<C (S DM). ' 

« 2^ Dowden Andrew 7, Jab, res 1322 Center. 
< jj^ Dowden- Samuel, .appr 1> M Tanning Co, 
«— bds 1 -2-2-3 Center. 

|a» £5 Dowdle Arthur, driver, res 215 e so 7th. ' 
V>.>* Dowdle James A, elk George B Grimes, 

J£^^ res 215 e so 7th. 

*• Dowdle Samuel T, res 215 e so 7th. 

- ' Dowell Sidney J, teacher Summit School, 
. ' — res 1103 23rd. • 

#jj^ Dowell Casius C (Spurrier & Dowell), res 
fTg, HOiJ 2;Jrd. ' - 

■ .-""i"^ Dowell George 13, conductor, res 808 e; 
fjw± Court ave. ! 

.jgg Dowell James \y, res 1103 23rd. 
ijj™! Dowell Thomas C, res 4th and Madison,! 
*{■ *■ (SD-NI) ! 

Affl3 Downer George, student Highland Pk Col- 
M. lege. 

Downey Walter E. student Highland Pk 
.College, • I 

gjjfc Downing Alexander G, res 1034 *2."»th. i 
mjmim Downing Isaac T; rms (113 Lyon. ! 

!; Downs Edwin G, printer Olsen-j 
. «jfc Welsh Pig Co, res 10*20 Cherry. | 

%>Si Downs Harlev J, barber, res 505 Columv 

r ;**-M «* bia/ ' ,! 

"mmmd\ Downs William, res 595 Columbia. 
Doxstater, .^v a/.u* Piu'kstinicr. 
Doxstater William N, carp, res !»17 12th. 
Doyle Annie, waitress David Evans, bds 
jL 405 Walnut. * 

(/Doyle T'F, died March 4th, 1892. ; 

i\ Doyle George, lab, res 123 w so 7th. 
I! Doyle H J, conductor C St P & K C Ry, 
"v res 823 Walnut. 

il Doyle John, waiter Benson & Hefleron, 

rms 1 U> 4th. i 
,1, Doyle Lavinia (vtlid Farmer J), res (130 
Court ave. 




TO 
209-211 7tliStrJet. 



PRE 



S3 



iUmk'C 



res 1185 
J, lab, res 17134; e jwal- 



OitH 



■' aye. 



poyje Maria, domestic 714 5th. 
Doyle Michael, coachjman 81 (> 5tH 
Pozier Ashbury L,: removed tjip ••Minne'a- 

i polls, Minn. I 
Drady , .w a/so Brady. 
prady Charges, plumber; res 11 
Drady Johnj bricklyr, rds 1 1811 (M 1 \\ 
Drady Michael, *res 1183 <>th av| 
Drady Patrick, yarpmaster C 1 St 

Ry, rms Cragan House 
Drady William, ci y fire dept, 

j 0th ave. 
t}ragstedt C larles 

i nut. 

Drain John W, mjner Van Giiikel Coal 

and Mining Co Ves s s Fran! din, 2d w 

of 14th. ■ M A ' 

Drais Charles, agt, rms, 503 School] 



M College, 



res KJ49JB. 
P O, r-s 1 15<)() e 



M), res 



rms 



0( 7 3d. 



Drake Albert H, student D 

4805), !)th. i 

Drake Alben. M, brickly 
Drake Edward P, c^rjrier 

Court ave. ' " I ! 1 
Drake Eliza (wid George 
Drake Fran k| O, elk Chirles Hewitt, res j 

1130 22dl ' ( ; I • , 

Drake George C, brakeman, res8M Cherry. 
Drake Howard T, student Hlgiland Pk 

College. I 
Drake John f N, roofer, |es lli^ 2|2. d 
Drake John R, bkpr 

res 1345 Capitol 



Co. 

la. 



Hurltmt, W4r4 &| 
ave. 

Drake John W, removed to Certterville, 

Drake Martha (wid lohnLres 151.0 e Ccurt 
ave. ! I | ; 

Drake Orange B, lab, res 524 e Court aue. 

Drake Sophia (wid Rev G eorge), bds 1 505 
e. Grand ave. j i | 

Drake Unjiversity, George T Carp- 
enter. Chancellor/ Barton O AyMs- 
worth Prbs^ 25th, nw tor North. {^e\ 
putt's i ?4 and i j 5.) j 

Drake Waited, bricklyr, re[$ 1042 B. 

Drake Anita, rms 8 Pitcairn Blk. 

Drake Vilda, Vms 8-i Pitcairn Bll:. 

Drane Harry ,0, weigh master D VI U Ry, 
re's 8 Pitcairn Bl|k. , | j 

Draper Ernest I,' I waiter A IF McNichols, , s 
rms cor 3rd and i Walnut. j 

Draper E E, .sjtudentJHighlapd Pk Colleke. 

Draper Simeon, lab 4 res Lyon, ne cor Sec- 
tion. I .-. j; : . : • . I ■ 

Dreher William H.cppk Mrs S EHopew^ll, 
rms 440 dhtestnu 






Drenrien John|$, blksmithj Ires n 

3rd w of ptli , ^ j 
Drenrien Joseph O, engineer 



coon. 



Drenrien Mar|in,i wks B Befger, ^es 11 

Mulberry. j ' I 
Drenrien William A, jbricklyr 



"W lock 1 " 



res 



Nor 



U0 Rac 



, res 1153 23rd 



10 





II KE 



Dresser 
Dresner 

Jhejs- 
Dresner fo.aify 
Drewj pin ir 



, furn rms. 44J) (fclicistnu^ 

ressmfcrj 3Q4efit.| i |j 

, Di}e\\| SdrAu^l E., miner Coon '/alley Coal 

'' 1; ffil>«s3(ffelit.l : .' r '" ^ Y ' ' 
Difew v^illic.m.Nvks I'rpctpr 
(fhui-(|rj (Sevastopol). 



Drewry -JC liar] els 
Comriercial 



^17 



rjiis 
Driscdll I iNlh 

qtWdf 
Drottf Cm 

jjtion 
, Drotoh EfahK! 

2f)5thJ 




Driiic kfe mfe 
Drilled Grant 



DruM ie{vF ra ik,' student [High la id |Pk 



jam 



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IL, bricklyk 



C, waiter Mri; 
40 ChestrjUjt. 
d, elk, res 440 tth 

elk L Harba:h, 



Cpa 
C a'pita 



Olpleksantt 
3 Ingersoli 



F, student 
College, res 8 

I.I; ' j 3 ■ 

Drewjry T lomisj hostler, bds n| 
ajve, 1 b et G reehwoc d and Pc 1 kjl 1 
tbnlHiiibts)!' , • ! ! ' '. 

ikiei May f M6t Salvation Ariy 

1 HOCUS t. ];• I' . ;■ j , 

l)neU;:ler acopj vvks A:'me/Cpa 

, ing Co,;: 'os [Sevastopol. " 
Driscoll iiPeifcij?, elk , Percival &,^itton; 

arqpard |Blk. 

•Mary, ctessmkrl 31 

[, islioeml^, res} H'M e 



nlmmcr 



n]r, 3! 



Driimm<H 
l«tee,-rfes 

Drutfimonc 
Ee,sM 

'Drt A fodnc 
fyjoines. 

Dri mmoiic 

Drijry Lea c, 
aje, l4t 

Drilseljam 
res 131!} 



M irtha,. student 
75$ Oak.r F 



di tes, 



Druse WiL 



D 



8 -5th, re 

1 todge^ ojjer'21 
, driver, |bqs 545 



'■ MkfgCc 
Dubois H;r 
41 ! l;Sha' 
uBoi's Jol ,n 

' •. * «ei-40f £i . 

nupdisjbsc )hE, lib 



$baw. 




1 i 
B, trav dgt, rei 11420 

ak'WoddsiBibtirji Co 



707- 1, vo 1 






i-artjuel.-diejl Dei. 

aj> W R Aikedyl 
of Washington 1 
conductor |C' St' 
Walnut 



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r^s 030. 

■ -13* 

StQUt. 

Ires d{) 



Qo, n 
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ia n.p, firetoan C 
Ry, bes Cragan Hoise. 

Drysdale P b >erri B, presimcin 
res 1017 4ttf 

Du Bois Cirljeli 

7ii 



us S, iks 
s 411 Shkw., 
lab t)! M 



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DiiiB^ik Kdtert B, labDM Brick Mrjfg Co, 

\hi 40!) <>haw 
.^udUy Charlies A (Dudley & Coffin 
10|6 9th 
idley Elm^r, student H|ghland| PI 

leee: 
dlej' Rev KomerP.'res 
pjidley James E, larmer, 
j I ^v|>;79r ?4. ■[,, , . i 

, pjidley Rev John M, res n s feflfersoh, 1st 
vHf 13ti, J / ' ■ 

LoEeia, student Cal,lanan 
14^3 11th. 



T run H 



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;rt N; grlain desk rj re? 8311 i Tr 

J 1 ' - ■ 1 ' I ! t J 1 • i 



^ (wid Sabuel) 



7^,; 18DI; 
s penna 



DM! Brick 



F \? l[ hy 



res 



•plidle> 

I r ? . 
Pudl ' 





f A 

CdJ 



se & West, 

tore, Curtains and Rogs.s 

lest Stock In (ha City. 



0.2 



3 tyest Fourth Street. 



), res 
Col- 



1023 8th, 

res se % slec 30 



►y |Vt|ltp4 U G 

istBldg; resi 1715 7tl 



; Ips 



Grind a\lei 



i 

Genl jig 

2 la io 

7th. [i'ee 



^;v«, ) 

William, 1 student Highland Pk 
Clojlege.l ,/ 
u!dMy) Willi am E.j upholslr Phil St #Har 
j ba<h&C:o f res 224 Ridge. 

0UdU:y & Coffin, (Charles A'iDidley, 
Na han E CJ)ffin), Lawyers, 517-420 la 
Lo in and Trust Bldg 

Dlt^isir & Kelley, (Milton L pi|dley, 
3liam Mf Kelley), Agts New 



York 
(po, ^201-202 la Lb^ and 

( ards. ) 
h. 



245 



a 




Ccllege> 



New 
A and 





DUferr. ft ndr^ J, janitdr, res 300 e 1J7 

ffertjj driver White Line Transfer 



l st Bldg. {See right corner 

J, jani 
driver 
_ bds"l20 w so fith 
Gl: yer, driver" -White Line Transfer 
Cp|bds,]20wso5th. , 
Einma M, music teacher, 



II 



331 e 



Gr|i . 

Jajpes A driver, bds J20 w so 5ljh 
Ipiijff OUver, driver, bds J20 w so 5th. 
Duffi4 : |bhp, la}3, bds 1S3 e 5th. j 
D^ffy Ipyanf j, canvasser, res 215 e 
^ "y '#ab# P E Herring & Co.. , 



ptigan ! ohn, 



lina, 



w 



Biijffy JJcdb.J.i lab, re$ 215 e 113th, 
pipyifaw^n! B,' floor, wjalker Younke 

res 11)02 l^h, !i j 
Diifly Ebphia, domesti|c, 1023 High 
pigan pntoa^cpnduotpr, res 1504 



Bros, 



I icust. 
driver LtJWfells, rms 511 8tb. 
clk.i res J412 Locust. I ' 



'atridk, lab, bds 20j) w so 2d.| 



lfield 



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13th. 



miieid Tild0n, 

f416 rWAlNUT. 

tii - i . I 



Golden Rule Clothing House, 



D. M. Johnson & Son. 



Fine Clothiers, 
anil Furni9h 



216 



dug! 



6lt WalnitSt. 



(£e 



jje AiWts. 



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Professional Man ....... 

Send for. Catalogue, or call at car cflcd. 

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Duggan Andre\y E. wks Capital Git^ 
Woolen Mills, res 1220 w so 2nd 

Dugger Hiram M. teamster Gilcrest Lum- 
ber Co, res 2815 Oth ave. 

Duhigg Charles, student highland Pk Col 
\l.ge. ' ' ■' ! 

Duke] Charles D- (C D Duke k (Co), res 
1019 Locust, \ ' ; 

Duke Charles M, painter, res 900le so Oth 

Duke CD&Co (Charleis D and Joh 
C Duke), Druggists. 120|l Hiih. 



Co), 



res 



1233 





111 r— 

9 1= 

lj|. *** 

*£ 

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o 

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Duke John C (C D Duke & 
Grand ave. 

Duke William H', con tractor ,res Kj?13 ! High. 

Dukes Charles A, cashier Chas E Risserl 
& Bro, rms -113 Walnut.j j | 

Dulinjacob (col'd), physician, 12l4e Grand 
ave. | \ ' 

Dull William Wj insurance, 1 res 1321 Sth. 

Dullard Stephen, student Iowa Busi- 
ness College. 

Duly Mary, janitor Park Avenue School, 
res Clifton al-e (Clifton Heights). 

Dulty Belle, nursle, res 1038 Oth ave. j 

Dun R £ & Co, The Mercantile Agency,! 

Samuel P Kneeland Mngr, Office 704-5 

Youngerman Blk 
Dunagan Daisy \f, elk, res Maury, se cor 

Dunagan ^Iarshtll A, teamster, J res s s 
Franklin (S Riverside Pk). '" 

Dunagan Samuel F, lab Liverpool and D 
M Packing Co, re t s Maury, se cor 22d. 

Dunagan Thomas,, wks Liverpool andD M 
Packing Co, res Maury, se cor of 22d. 

Dunnahugh, scralso Dona/nh\ Donahue and 

DonoJiuc. 
Dunahugh Andrew A, driver White Line' 

Transfer Co, res 210 Uth ave. 
Dunbar Maud A (S J Dunbar & Co), res 

41? e Oth. 
Dunbar Sarah J (S J Dunbar & Co), res 417 
■ . . e Oth. ; 

Dunbar S ] & Co (Sarah f and Maud A 

Dunbar), milliners and dressmkrs, 417 

e Oth. I 

Duncan Charles L, clk'S Ford k Son, bds 
' 1554 Des Moines. 



JObi 



re 



D|unc|in Epiily (wijd 

ont. 
Duncan Eya, stucJe^tDM Coll 

I 1 11th. 
Duncan FraiHlk 

ji Aurist 



a\rd behnu and 



311. 5th. res 1000 



iiia:x to (idi'ts.) 



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HaH 



era 




3 lUlJ! Frf! 

3g|e, res 10(0 " 

Oculist anil 
11th 1 ~ r 



AN, M.D, 



{S*t 



yes Ear Specialist 



311 WES 



h 



FTTH 



Duncan Frank jr (F Duncan &: Sons), bds 

I 1000 Uth. | 

Djuncan JF E & Co, F E Dujnqan ^Ingr, 



W A Albbett Solicitor 



ST, 



agts FifemanJs 



Fund, Glerins Falls,) Nitioia) of Hart- 
ford, Nprthwesbrn Nutiom.l, Guardian 
of London, H 3 mbur^-Bre nen, Provi- 
dence of Washington, London anc Lan- 
cashire, Norwi :h Union, Se rurity, Iowa 
and New jersek Piatt: Gia«s Insurance 
Cos, 21 2 Fif thjj (wAv'rJS-) 

Duncan FE (^ E Duncan & Coj, res 
.. 825 3d. i j M / 

Duncan F 8» Sons (Frai k, William 
j and Frank jr), Optical Gocds, 31 1 5th. 

Duncan John T, lab, res 1521 Mapl 
Duncan J C, agt Equitable (Lift Assurance 

Society, res Davenport, la 
Duncan J J, studeni Highland ?k College. 
.Duncan Ray, stude-ijit|Highlj^dFk College 

ed to " 



Dunca 



iana 
zztTS 



cm, la 
r & Sons) 



bds 



v Di.ncan S H, remov 

Di.ncaq William (F 

' 'lOOOllth. i i ' ■ i 

Dunderdale Thomas, tijmekpr Liverpool 

and D M Packing d\>, res 501 efaj 7th. 

Di:ngee Junius (cor'd), f janito:' Y M C A 

Bldg, res 810 11th. || ' 

Ditnkelberg O J, rei UOjl Walnut 
Di^nker Agustus F, wks Randall & Dibkej 

res, llljiSchocjl. 
Dunker Ferdinand^ elk 
| res 021 ! Allen, j 
Junker John H, cooper, 

jtorie 






FBaber & Sons, 

lie's 021; Allen. •> 
PkgCo, reb 621 



e so 



5th. 



upker Loiiis, bkpr 

I e Elm. | | I I ' '[ 
punker Loiiis, lab, jres 5J)-r t W p... 
Oubker Lou|is a!, prpssman lowit iPriu.ting 

j Co, bds|lllf) School. 

Suhkle Andrew I J, res 12 
upkle Mattie, tedciier 



Uth. 
Anco 
Kindergarten, res 123 |l 1th. 



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DunlEp M 

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Diinji Job 
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Dinning 
! rep * 

D} inning 

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A;i:»ury 



3th, res 



Lypn; 
sfjfgejW, remblved to! 
£ i^ it, physiqian 4^J ^ 

4t|lda, domest c 73lH3tpi 

3s*er M, bl'k smith Mil Got-, 



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< fs£ Blk. 
r|rj|iirian S, wks Herrr^afr & Coi 
8 yorse Blk. / 

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EH:nshee 
11 -res.ja 
Dimshee 

1434 
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wks. Capital C|ity 
painter,' rk, 1427 



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ga H (cpl'dj, (porter 
Col rms 1 1)3.1 Shermi| 
A^paperhngit Johiji 
il el)th. .',■ 
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giland:Pk 
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3(ichanan^ 
.Charles y), 



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4 ink S| (Duiishee & Mien), re^ 

^r ■' ! If-' " '' ■ • i-L" 
#nah (wf FK);. W'lj'Sl-l.llo- 



WU?n (Fr, 
Alien), {lawyer^ .i(l 

Powder Co, I 



5th. 



ntan E, elk 



S Dunshee, 
'2! Walnut. 



mi 



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'{| AL jeweler Henjry 

tage„Grovfeave 

|ia,rn R>, clK-Wpn! f 

f el, agti Iron Co, Ja n,es Calla 
r i|s, & W«JBHkerj sec- riri 307 Iaj I j Q'wyer 
andJTrist BlBg). i i 
?b, re; 140l!Wa|lke 
(Mrles, :reightag^C| i ^tI i> :& K C| 

re«;|014 15th. : 
I lit; r^arli '. 5, bpnduator 



res CI 



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C| jrketj Ralymbnd, transfer agt ! D KjT-6t R 

• J{, bds 1330 e Grand ave. 
Qirland William, l&b, res 1028 Walker. ■ ffk 
qfirl.ey Preston :B, ijreas D M Nftws Co, rest#J 
18J3 7h. : | T ^ w 

ElMin Hajuiet'E (\Vid lanies W), rds 1108 



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lawyer ..Patrick jrj, mine]" 



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,ey t 
lB>37jh. 
pr|in Haruiet'E (\yid Jaijiies W), r«)t 
>s Moines. 
UhrAall Ja: tie's, restaurant! res 514 Tkh. 
E arji&ll Mits Jennie, L, fuijn rms, 51 l'7th. 
Qirnall, William E, elk .MacRae Br< s, bds 

".:|5M7t»i:. ■ ' fj T /i 

Fllirifet e Tlalph G, druggist, Oth, nw ior 

, Eu;lid ave, res sam<*. j . ; J 

EjfirstJnei Florence, stuq^nlt Callanai jdol- 
le^e; rjslG2,3 Center,| | | 

I ureti^i(2 I*ee T B, Mngr . for lowa^r 
;E^ai'fable Life Assurance Society of: ^ 
N€w^ork,j res i(jl^ Center, i ,\ : i . . . 

D(b.ryje£ George P, student Highla id |Pk< 
College.,,; | | '! i I ' -i 

DJjiryei Johb B teacher! Highlan|d jFk Coi- ^ 
ie^e, ras 4th, s\v cor Douglas av j. j q 

E|irye£ Kenneth, student Highlajid Pk fci 
College. ■'■:!!' ' 2^ 

nist.IVary|(wi(l'Scrirader),rms808e so 7th. Q 

Diston Amy B, seamstress M CameionJresS 
GOf Mulberry, j , | j I ^ 



Mark, lab ; r^es 32 



Patrick, miner, ris' e s Maid, (Se-W 



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"WilliamJ propr Atlantic Hqi se,jreS|WftJ 

ft « M7tK . . !l ]H7 



Dtiiston] 1 George IG, trav agt Hunt & Adamsj 
re« G07 Mulberj-y. ; ( j '''fe{ 

'Hliston Johh, ! wks Charaberlain'& .(^o, res 

OO^Mulb^ry. j i !( j ' ' Mm 

Dbtton Frank ! Ev cajrp, ties 1738 Maple. g S 

p ivall Gabrieli{col!d), ' ikb, res 809 D eltofa o S 

S.fstuldent Highland Pk C^llegeJ"- -^ 

MtilwighniH.iremo^ed^'JPancira, la ' jo P 

Djvvine 1 Darwin. A.lmillei: G W Hai les.res ca 

aston Bouleykrfl, pe cor Wilb lr. ! _ '^0 
Efwycjr Anna, laundress t) M Laundry, res^tj^ 

e i, Main, ^Sevastopol). 
DWyer Johi^miner, res e s Main, (Sfevasto- 3 §■ 



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DES MOINES CITY DIRECTORY. 



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PIANOS s ORGANS 

And General Musical Merchandise, ; 

407 West Walnut Street 




Dye Cora A L, saleslady M Riegelman ■& 
|- ' Co, bds :>J0 iith avJ. ] 

LdLlDye Emma S, teacher Longfellow School, 
ka«jpi res TOT Maple. i 

"'' Dye Frank W, cigar mnfr .020 e Grand 
ave, res TOT Maple. 
Dye John W, cigarmkr F W Dye, resi 

SI (J Maple. 
Dye Mettie M ] (widOwen), seamstress, res' 
318 0th ave. I j 

Dyer Adelbert D, teamster, res 123 Jefferj- ! 
sod, I | 

Dyer Benjamin F, typewriters, 8-0 Seeburg- 
er 131k. mis 111 0:2 '-25th. :'" -, 

Dyer Benjamin, ,pds 11 00 21th. 

Dyer Benjamin G, student Drake Univer 
[j'4dv ' sity, rms 1102 25th. 
yl^^QDyer Buelah, student Drake University, 
'^^ bds 1322 24 th. 

Dyer Hiram, teamster Proctor Coai Co. 
] res 322 w so 1th. . • I 

D v er Jared, teamster res 223 Jefferson (S 

D M). 
Dyer Joseph A, Attorney at Law, rooms 




res 1320 24th. 
Dyer Nellie, wks D M Box Wks, res- 322 

Clay (S DM). i ; 

Dyer Oscar, Diamond Point Laundry, res; 

K.>tli, ne cor High. . | i 

Dyer Oscar L, elk Israel Bros, rms 023 

High. 
Dyer Thomas (cold), waiter, rms rear 112 

e so 0th. 
Dysart Mrs F Sabin. propr Sabin House 

-1th, secor Chestnut ' 

Dysart John T, res Sabin House, 
Dysart Scott motorman, D M St R R rms 

,504 Chestnut. I 

Dyson Henry, salesman Estey & CampV 

res 1 100 Locust. 

AD1E, se'e ,t/ss JuUy «:;/./ AVr;r. 

Eadie Mrs Mary J, removed to Bondurant, 
Eagan, s t y a /so E^m, fc^n. 
Eagan Fred, bds Til 2 Cherry, 
agle Block, 40T t<j>,411 Walnut. 



<! 



Eagle Iron 



Wks 



D E P,erkin, 



Court ave. > 
Eagle Pottery. E C 
/lst. •! 



Eah'lefn George, m{ichini?t D $ 

li)00 'Walnut. 
Ea!k'ert Peter, shoejnkr, 



Updike pro Drj 21G»w m 
U Ry, res 



bds 4( 



ro'pr, :){)[ 



\i Locust, 
Eales Abel, engineer E^gle Pottery, re* 

305 e so 1st. ■, | | ■!'•-. 

Eames, 'st'f WAv Antes. 
E'arel Emmett.studantio wp Business 
' I clpllefcel, res 1131 '25th. 
Ea'rel JLulu, student Iowa Business 

i CpUege, res 1131 ^.'>th. t I 
Earel William jr, wks Nat Cracker Co, re* 

.113 5th'. { ! . 

Eajrhart Edward j, ins 

| Goldstone. 
EarhaVt Emma M.'ftgt Ec 
sirauce Society res 



ltilf) 11 
Earl John 
; 141>0 12 



8 and J) Seeburger Block, 121 Walnut, { : Earle S 



agt, bds Hotel 

j \\ 
uitable Life As- 
004' Sth. ; 



Earl.AjgnesJ seamstiiess Sdsau Hipwell," re* 

lo{5 ll|th. 
Ea'rhait Inogene ||>M, mdcher 1 Crocktr 

School, res lOOf 8th. ', 
Earl Jessie wks Cframbejrlain & Co. res^. 



th. 

A, studjent D 

h. 



M College, res i 



Earl Maggie, wks, (fhamberlain & Co, resj 

10 5 11th. 
Earl Mary M (wid John), res 1045 11th. 
Earl Jji'arajhj Nj (w:d J iB), res Clifton 

a\4 r .s c(ty line. 
Earl \\ illiam. tjajker, rms 41? 5th. 
Earle lea M (EciYjle & Prouty), res 13108th 
Earle I.ottieiL; teadjier Lucas School, res 

.^Walker.! 



amuel K, elk 



PO, res 1352 Walker. 



Earlej 6» j^rputjtf (Ira M Earle, So!o-i . 

mop F Prouty), Lawyers, 211 4th 
Earles Alfrejd, bkb^nder ^Vatters-Talbott j 

Printing Co, rms 1005 jLbcust. \ 

Early Andrew (cpl'd), barber, ires 1 100 3rd, 
Early Clarence (col'd), bell boy Aborn | 

Horse. , j ! . ' *';i. . ' 

Earlv Jennie wks Hotel Reeee. i 

Early John tcold'), barber, les 1100 Hrc). I' 
Earlv L^ttai student Callanan College, res 

J018 Pleasant... . ,- 

Early Thonjas. stock dealer, res Pleasant, 

ne cor lTJth. 
" l " : "* (j:ol , d) ll d<bme3ti9 4C5ISchool 
s^. porter; rei 110U 3rd. 
ha,. domestic, 133ie Graind ave. 

iasley jamels H, mib^r Proqtpr Cqai mine 



Early \^jbla 

Early Wert(|d. porte 

EarnestBer 



r*es e s Ifark aye, Gth s 
Boiilevald (Clifltob Heights). 

312 Oth av*. 



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EaSon Geordej L, w^itchmkr, 

res $am ! 
Hast D^s >tc;ines 

Maple, !tl 



ATTEND THE 

City Ccwi/perciaf College. 



Vapftal -.-- T - 
C6p., Sixth anl LocUjSt.^ts., 



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Wholesale Djuggisrts, 



224 tnd22<i8eoohdSt.\ 



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v.[ s i ;Des Mcines (Presb) thufch, Penna 

ave,, n|e :Dr Pes Mtiines. 1 i ', 

•East Des.Ho les^High Sichpo),' E rl White 
>r}n, V Cquri aye, te cor 12ih. 

Is JVloiries Hotfsc, William 
E -Qplr, e 5th, I se qor Cjuri av&. 

^ , k es Statiot ,'C B «Sj Q }ty, Elhi, 

necWje sooth! ' ,' "■ ' i :',.'* 

Eastberjj ^m.a, domestic 5QC Lyon. 

i Easter Glern W, student (Capital) UtvCom- 
merciil C:>ll6g4 rn|Sjl203 ^ndj ave. 

Easiberg Hal tie, 'domestic 093 ljSt.'i. | 

Easier Isaic W, wks pes Moines! Water 
PdwtqCp res 151 Of Mainje ave . 




Easier 



\\fi||idrji 0, wks D| M \VateJ Power 
fee illOlO Maine ave, ' 



]<ii^ Mtl j ijejs koine^frpk. f.odust to 
* J Lyin, bet Dels Moirefe river jit j. OthJ; 
ltatft P'frk additidnr-frcm ea^trjvalnuUto 



t ISth anclj2(|thJiri 

Ea&lutnd Rh|r st)ne, domestic Ol|j J3d 



Bfoo4.qel 
r 
Eaijtmah ^f^d ji ljib ^a'pita) ^i^Nurser- 



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jes,' nhb'J H Savers, Park ave. 
Eastman Cal/n.jlab,. rejs 1743 D#>; Moines. 



Eaiitmah F|n:<l- M ■ machV DentiUs-Dupte^ 
"sjWriti lg \iaphine Cp, 'rras 0E2 Grand 

Easlman snies w, res 1417 a Qtl 
! Ea5tman N, student Highland jPk College 
EaitonlLav.-'w, carp, res 1120 Maple. V 
Ea^tbni' fniuman' L,i phofog, bds 1120 

'Ma^le. .; j' . . '■'!. £-.■ «' 
Eaiton|Wil[iim H t bkpr Carter Bros po, 

res! HI J 2 Walnut. ■ / "| \ ; 

East Side E artist: Church (col'd), w s of e 

' 2d- jlthii^f .Walnut. . ... ■■ ■>■ 

East Sitle Christen Chiirch; Otrj.cjor Shaw, 
Hates Abel, eigirjeer, res 305 e f 1st. , y 
Eatjhg^rRicaard, baker Peter Ktaz, j>ds 

i 3.>ji'Peltoii aye. '' .'' ; : : 

Eatingef .Finaild A, 'engineer Edison 

, M v g!ht C 'of re| 331 Pelton ave[ j' 



J L_ Li, 




Pip PAID j:;i5Q,000. , _ 
unictpa Ilonds. 



Eaton ■] ohn, iriye^ Perlej &lAndersor 



Ij 1 C( 5 1-iinden, , 

ton :*ancyj(wiid (Silvester), res 1082 
Eaton- T Wt ^peicial; agt Deil Moines 
A-Si in . j . i ■ i 

atbn' Wilbur, driver Perkins & Per 

res lu0.> Li4ien 
bbelsi Albert )^["*mach q St ! P & K q|Ry, 



3e 



Eadn v Alice, student Highland Pk 



Eaten Charles, lab, res [1009 0th ave. 
Eatdn Char es W, physician, 120 W 



ps 71, 
Eatclijjpeik 
Eatojn ; Dora 
EatojnJElmqr 
lv| s 5th . 
Eatdn] Em n a 
.' .[>&. 4th . 
Eat6niFra ! n<, 



College. 



physician, 120 Walnjtit, 

florth., ''['' -. I; 

C, res 828 ISth. > 

si udent Highlaiid Pk College. 

(},'• elk Hatris-"Emery Co, Jes 

hjs of Euclid ave 

elk G W Hollister, rmsiy^s 

af JEuclid ave. ; j) ■ 

.-, ., i student tfigblaAd, Pk !qpl- 

liaton^Geary W, engineer i^nqrew Andjer- 
[ ^ctj,,re£ KiOqlLinden. |- ! .; ■ ', | 

Eaton Harr soa AJ planing nill,' 112 and 
1 il'fe^ r aliutl,reslfe0^2dj : ' 

Eaton ^enry C, teamst 

Wp|H E, disd NovMber' 

Eaton 'jime ; W, firerriaji, res 1(|05 Linde|n 



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r, rek 1009 Gth ave. 
berj27tkil891: 1 
P Ws,l(i05Linde|n. 

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resj -U 

Dejrhard 

Kiig 

rjhcTt 

Brid 



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res 



21st. 
Life 

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dna, 




09 Gr^lnd ave. 

Adojph E, d -aUghtsman 
Bridgej Co,, res ^ 24 13th. 

Frederiak 8, foreman The 
^. _,ge Co, res 824 13 h.i 
E, DefhaW George O, remo'^d toClintoii.Ia 

^erhartJGustavus ,l% ' A L - ! ' " 

824 13th.; ; . 
tiberriun Franklin 



13 i DM) 



ciMil ejngineer, 
farmer, rps nw M 



res 



sec 



e Clot 



^^ers'ore CharlesJ meat mkrkejt, 819 >Val- 

nut, res lp!l9]Lqcust 
^pejrsole jilai|tin; A, wks Cjbarljes' Eber^pte, 

reSil^l91.ocust. 
£buet John, ^ailpr Gpld^ I Ru 
Hou.4, bps Shanirocli iHoise. 
;ell Anc re\^, ,cook The Wirkwood 
;ho (Ths) Kennedy & Ruihepk, probr's 

i !ino4 3th, • : 

ck^rsoh Alta p, stenog Weir Furnace! Co, 

bds8U$th. i • , ■ I 

ck^rson Peter, miner Eprekja F'uel 

, I !res 532 w so 2d. 
Eckerson ... Thomas, wks 



Wil 



eckerson 

rms'214.Jjth. 
ckurt Dmiel E,. removed 
,}k lert Petejf,'sh6emkr S|acy 

bds Nelson Hous^e,' 
:ki2ll'Tbsie. wksjGrefe Hcjuse; 



cknah 



kman'i August, paprhgr Ho|land &B ew, 



und 



jkles C C, ^fudjent HighUnd 
ikjund 



Andreiwj, lab, res 



iam G 



toV^interse 



Hans, boxrakr, res, 



, la. JT 
Johns <S| Co, 

Pk Coljege. 
iSmall, 
2 Small 



ling Q 



efe, 



res 



kor'-'M andSe Gran 1 J avle. 



^ 



ickman 
lEtkinan 
pckinan 
bds 



Fred^ elevator- boy Harris-Er^ery 
Co,|eY0l4 EocUst. r j *^ 

HariyF, teamster, bd^ 014 Lolcjust. 
Mary, dressmkr, res^OH Lblqust/ 
Mamie, dressmkrj JMj 
114 Locust. 



ry Ecknan, 



I 



RmESTATEtthdLOAttV, 

Youtgeraan Block, 2D8 W. Flftfj St 



Proctor Coal Co,, adftfes 

250 ECK DES MOINES CITY DIEEC TORY. 

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iowa mm. 



nd Locust. 'PhOn 



gt§ ALBERT L. WEST, 

•^ 510 WALNUT ST. 

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te ^RELIABLE GAS AND ■ 9ASQLIHE 



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[^ Eckman Samuel, teamster Picpeer Hay 
s ^ Co, rms 310 4th. | 

<w Eddren William, carp, res 520 eliso 4th. | 

.'j^ Eddy, seed /so Eddie and Edey. • j 

'■• ! Eddy Emily A (wid John), res 1Q14 AVilejy. 
Eddy Melvin S, driver Charles R Nour^e, 
res 1630 3d. *> ! 

; Eddy Orland, res 002 Oth. .' j 

i*' Eddy S M, janitpr 510 Walnut, res same. 
!*Edel Frank L. elk Hurlbut, Ward.& ci, 
res 1253 10th. 
'Edelblute; Frank J, carp, res 1804 Wood- 
land &ve. | . : ' ! 
[Edenburn Alfred, driver William Hoffman, 

res 1500 Forest ave. 
lEdenburn Clara, teacher Forest Home 

School, res 1500 Forest avej , 
'Edenburn Oscr.r. (Oscar Edenbi rn & Co), 
Ik rms 323 Locust. 

, Edenburn 0*scar & Co (Oscar Edenburn, 

J I George L larrett), cigars, 4l2 Locust. 

J' Edenburn Sue, [student Highland Pk Col- 

FI lege, res 15U0 Forest ave. 

JvEdenburn Sylvanusj W, contractor, re^ 

Forest ave, In e cor 15th. i \ 

i >Edens Claude, janitor WonderlanlMuseum, 

res 000 Wa nut. 
kEdens Josie, dr^ssmkr, 00!) Walnut. 

■Edey, see a /so Eddie hud Eddy. 

.'Edey Alfred S (Edey BrosV resj 000 17th. 
■ Edey Automatic Ball Car Coupler Co, 
Char\es EC Edey pres, Dcjn M Fike 
sec, 323 5tl 



Edey Charles E C (Edey Bros), 

■'j Automatic Ipall Car Coupler 

top 



17th. 



pres Edey 
"o, res 000 



ev Edwin A!, mach D M $t R R, res 

'l 182 5th. : 

; Edey- Henry D, blksmith, res 000 17th. ! 

C'Edey 'John! A (EJdey Bros), 000 17th. 
, , >2dey John, F, gunsmith, res 000 17th. 

O.Sdey' Rebecca &t (wid Henry), res 000 17th, 
Idey William P, blksmith, wspf 5th, 1st 
'', dkrf : s of Corning ave. 
1 ^^- Edge William, wks Proctor Coal Co, res; 

' CB-t, 81 ° J e ^ ers ° n ^ s ^ m >- 

■•'^J . ; ~dge William J W, miner Proctor Coal Coj 
'^m . res S1U Jefferson (S D M). 



Bdgjecorio 

: ' liege 

Edper 

i ires 



EDtV 



Lulu, Studentl^ighlcjnq f»k Col 

CR 



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& 

ol 



Loan 



e;;e, rms 
College, 

■ ty, res 

3cust. r 
rquhar 



IV M VB, Pres DM 

Springfield, Mass. j' 

Edgerton Etta F. student DM t 

1720 |/th. i 

Edgerton Sylvia E, student DM 

! rms 1:7-20 7th., ; . - ' 
ltdgren William, "fireman "C B 6: Q 

i 520 u'so 5th. \ ' J - j 

itdinber^er Oscar, billiards, 323 L 
^linger William; C, mngr Fa 

i ; Heatjng Co, res 1 158 8th. 1 ;, 
EJdmanl '.'4 ML miner, res 152S B 

Edmqnd s Albert $, ^reas Kenyan 

; . MnfglCo, bds 1210^Woodla|d 

Edmunds Charles H,i bkpr Jbl 

\icj.r,, res 11^0 e 2nd. > j 
Eldratindson Charles E, drtV.er AaainW $xp 
:■ '&>, bids 212 1st. . j I r ■ 
Edmund 5<j>n Christine, domestic 
House. '■ \ : : ■ 

Edmu -idson David G, Sic Security 1 




Abom 



and Tru^t Co, res 131 



Pleasant 



Cp.pi- , 

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agtj res 



phing 

ll 



300 Vine 
Gutman 



ISon 



Edmund >on Gilberjt M, student I|)r4k|e Uni- 

, :vdrs ti\ bds 2803 North 
Edringtonj Gustavus, elk Hot^l Ijogjab 
Edson Louisa A, res 3418 7tti." <) 1 
E<3sti|cm Frank, teamster, res:- lp l M 

'\ tot ai'b. . ' ')|- ' 

Edstrom iteter A, teamster, bds 150 1C 
1 '[ (joiave. . I ;■, 

Ejdtl Charles, printer Western L^thoj 

;' in^Co, res 1174 2nd, ^ j 1 
Edtl Franpis A, pres Western L thk 
ink Cq, res 1174 2nd. • 

Edtl Frank A, engraver, fes 117p 2nc . 
Edtl Gra :e (wid F A), res| 1 174 |nd, , 
Edtl Mary, binder, Western Litnogra 

Co, tes 1174 2nd. 
Edwards Anderson S, tijas 

Washington. ' 

Edwards! ^anny (col'd), re-s 

Edwards Herbert W, buyer 

rms 32 Good : Blk. j ! 

Edwards -Horace N, (Ea\vards & 

j to i.[ith. ; 

Edwards Jackson (col'd), fireman 
, 15th J cor Sha\y. , A- 

Edwards fjistin E, wks Gutman <!i: Go, 

Marqdardt Blk. 1 : 

Edwards J Jennie] nurse, res 03'>! ltt 

Edwirus Alarie, sthdent Highland Ijfk 

! leg-. rms'3(>10,oth. 

Edwarcs "Nellie, student Highland PI 

legs.!! • !.''.' ! I i 

Edwarai ', Newton 6, brakeman, rps| |2^ e 

rftht ; 

Edwarqs Reese, janitor Good BH; 
llti 



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re 
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rms 



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Col 



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dsVab R/J£nitcr, res.,931 
ivjrat-dei! W»«am 3fj..H+isJB Fud 
fi|ishing;frpods L |B ! Price Stfngr. 01$ 

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:Ed4'aras Wll 

' ■ j ILicWty 

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EfkLnp. Heni| % W, pai ateir, res$29J2ttj. t | 
Efneij Eart] sfpd^nt Hi styand 'Pft Co|Wge?j 

NprmaxilLAch 

it Highland Pk !.( 



£gan frbuglif »*, 



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Egdatlt Minhl l'W,*'t seah stress jMrs 
^Pwelli|lfs : jl55 lBt ai- 
res JW0^2d. 

ank, -Judge JMunjcipal 
Clourt, Ciliy Hall, res, 217 e 7th,! I V 



EgMtiTohn, ab 
Egfltcson Fit 



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is 1111 I 



res 3 



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Eh^liHa'rry, 

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KBle Atyrabjai i " 
EHlettarry, HJlkiRGp 

Kfi^b.f-. , 

EhleisEranK.': dp 

Eliik Ajxelt lalrC&N W 

, Mpinlesi; | 
<wa|l Willi* n^tfk 
Elbbcdk Jdsei h editor 

•J Jr2s.91^:|i ' 
Eibs £mi$ai J ;ori^estic 
EicMEJ,' '"' 

Efjciefy, 
EichtijWB 



3S jNoble 

. , , , r f gti l^qui 

Society) i|js*]Noble 
Eidp Bessi^ 3or^estic 



EJ^Jt:Ctiirie9t^f,'[lk 
, : j 1439Wa|<ej- , 
fikeit,Sarab|A,|ivlsI 
! , 1139 Waif :ei ] I 
EikerkSigduldift dr 
, rfes 1439 |Va!lker. 1 
Eilbejrt Louifjv fjbmes 
Eisecjlauer |( 



JOHN* BAfQUST, j 



(Edwards & 



[QINE9 Mil 



iam X t'av ( agt ^ lor mart 
Mrjfg CfoV bt^ paver# 



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ftles,ctk Mei|son', ^[ansen « 

Jil5;(Ciipitoljavei j: 

jul, jjes nr Bjr i ewerv*:,! ( (Sfefvasto^ 



Egin James Hi student! lijghlar^} #k Co$ 
I luge, 'bdp|w ? 3rd, Is; n of Fra^lz! a.ve< 
fe^in M^chaie , student Highland 'M Col- 

hge. H- ; - : i, ' ■ ( .' 'I " J'-.' 5 1 
Egari'f ^omal, g^rden'^.fres 1112, fLbcusfi' 



driver, 



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prpprtj. Hawkey^ Spice IQULIls. 



William, laund 



imager J M, prbter Watters-Ts^lbott 
Priptiqg Co, rmp Oa^k If ark. 



ry, res 



res 



Forest Home 

lave. 

,. H29 G(rand 



res 



anti 



Ekperg^ustavejL, tailor Q^car Lofquist, 

| res 759 Oak. ' ' 

Ekliei g Olaf A (HaGkett & Ekberg) 
7 | r llQ7 FUmore. I 
EkHalil Alexatn^er^ coachman, s, s Farest' 

f 1 1 rive, 1st s f of Gj'arid avj. 
Ek : el : Lizzie, driessmkr ,Mr> M J Savage, 

j bds 222 e Grand aver 
Bk 'ellt ' Samuel' 'A, carp Ekton Plaihing 

| Mill res 3'22eGtand,av;. 
Ekjuict Andrew, lab) res 83*5 Small, 
ikluidjj^n, ^s 20|2 e Graad ave. 
tik mm Gusta^e, painter, rej, 200 e Go: 

Ekioot ! John,, plasterer, res" 715 Mc-nroe 
.^■■(SpMJJi; , ■'■ ! 
Ek.'valiJWilham A, elk Savety House, \ 
Elt e*t Benjamin F, live rtick rbreedur, '6 
| . LlappBtk, res ,1030 21s 
Ettert.j& .Ydrk's a,d4ition, f/com Osbdrn to 
si. State Fair Grounds, be i Capitol 1 and 
j. ^ogan aVes. , | 
^lden jHarnet A, teacher 
j .; School, ires IlS^ferand 
Elden May A, music feachei 
\ ' : 'five. ' • ■"' 

Elden M Alina (wic William) 
| Grand ave..-; 

Elder Archibald, lab Duncaiji Elder, res e s 
"i Park avk 5th s of Cpurtland Bpu^e 
i j vard (S -Riverside Pk).l , 

Elder Charle s R 1 , lab, res 1C22 Maple j , 
Elc.efDuncaa.gardeier.es.parkavel )tH s 

of Court and Boulevard , ( i 

El4er' Duncan jr. driver Duncan K der, 
res e s mrk ave , 5th , s of Cour land 
BoulevkVd(Sj Riverside Pk). 
£l4er Uamjl[ton |, r^s 11$0 gthf. 



e s ParHfave, Gth s ofj Courtland 3oul- C.S*,- 

eyard (5 JRiversjde'Plf). • I * ?j*'2 ' 

Eld< ;r Johtf , I atj Duntari E;l'd jr, res e s Patk'' H ** 




\ 



Elcer James watchman Cocin Valley Cpal 

& Mining Co, ns n« f sec 10-1 
Elo^r James|fe' v 'djiJrer^DJinJcan^Eldeh bs 3' ^ 



ave, 5thl,s i of CourtjaAd BouleVaird, 
(S River side Pk) 



F0^ 

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FINE 

313 W. Walnut 



1183 7t|i. 



1129 



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PHOTOS 



Stne 




W.I A, Steele 



DBS MOINES CITJY PIR t^TORY. 



b: 



rop Deis Moines Solid Yard 






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209 W< 8t So Third Street. 



CO 



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Des Moines Piano Co. 

(Incorporated,)!! ' j 

Knabe, Rice-Hinze, Sctiaelfer 

\ And Other Pianos. 

All Kinds of Musical Merchandise, 

40T W. Walnut St.* I 



Oppositer-Xjrkwtiod House, 

-^ 1l__J 




Elder Robert 
Elder "Robert 



<S .1-1 

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f-4 ra 

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Fl «£ 




Elder Rev Joseph A, rmlP»e llth: 
Elder Perry, died January 10th KSI»*J, 
H, carp, res 10-10 Erios. 
L, driver Merchants jTraiis 

fer Co, res 1210 Mulberry. 
Elder Hattie, student Callanan College. 
Elder Lena, vks H Parmelee Library Co, 

res 10-10 Enos. 1 ' 

Eldridge Frank E, brakematilC R I & P 

Ry, res 707 e Locust. \ , 

Eldridge Geoj-ge G. mach Mason Hahd 

Lathe Co,; res Logan ave, ne cor Hart- 

Elg Hulda, seamstress, bds 3*20 e Grand 

'° ! \ \ ■■ 

ave. 1 1 • 1 , 

Elgint'ritz Isaac, conductor -C E 1 &P RV, 

bds 401 e _ocust. j \ • 

Eliasson Ida, c omestic 1101, Pleasant: 
Elicker Franl F, student Highland Pk 

College, nils .'{.'Ml 3d. j 
Elifritz Henry A, plumber John E Alle 

res e Raccoon, s\v cor 10th. 
Elifritz James R. driver R D Be:mett, res 

e Vine, ne cor 1 1th. 
Elifritz Lewis M, lab, res e Raccoon, sw 

cor 10th. 
Elifritz William H, lab, res e. Raccoon, sw 
' cor loth. ' : ! , 

Elixir Sanitariiim, 120 e Locust. I 

Elkin Lewis C,;removed to Chicago, 111. 
Elledge James H, trav agt, res HIM ■ "24tl^ . 
Ellenwood Ella (wid Rollin), res 707 e do 

•■! s th. 
Ellerick J S, student Highland Pk College. 
Ellerson Ella, \vks N W Suspender ;Co, 
rms 5 15 8th. l 1 

Ellicker Frank, student Highland Pk Col- 
lege. 

Ellinger EHa, opr Diamond Suspender Co 1 , 
res 1011 Wailnut. 

lab, bds 10th, 1st 



I 



c 



n of Beaj- 
, farmer, res 10th, 1st n of 



Ellings Peter H. 

ver ave. 
Ellings Walter 
1 Beaver ave 
Elliott's Addition, n of e Grand ! ave, ad- 

; joining State Fair Grounds, i 
Elliott Albert, miner, res 1112 w jk> 7th 



Elliott Alexander, removed to Los 
Cal. 



WtSTERN 



Angeles 



'Elliott 

i Sa 

1... . . 
El lott 

El iott 



ELL 




Alexander B, asst cashte r lAbdricnn 
/lngSjBahk, res 1338 e JGrjU; 
AJn'na, stndent Highland P 
Oharjles, rerrioved to St L 
Elliott Etta M, winter }k Prinftn 1 
' I 11-^Tth. - , ■ i 

Elliott Fred, clH Huflbut, Ward (k^o\ res 
-11 1 -^th. , 



ijeorge 1 , grocer, 11(52 2d, res same. 
Jeorge B, genl mngr Molire, Mil 



Elliott 
Elliott 

|] binlri & Stoddard Co, res llU-i lOtlb 
Elliott 3'eorge S, >vks D| M Sh^s M ifg 
res lfel High. ' 



res 



Elliott HarrSr a, V-Pres Sfet 



Co, 



InsCo 



Risse' 



E'lli<j)tt T 



110 Grand ave 

Elliott Hjarry AJbutcheh res 5ji ) 
Elliott Mfenry E,' decorator Ch^f I 
. ! |]^ Brb, bds lOO-l p.' 
Elhotjt jabe's A, lab, res 022 Vjine 
Elliott James H, farmer, res se }/\ $ec 

1 (1- **) ' I ' " I J j 

Elliott ohn B, printer Olaerij-Weic 

JPtjj Co, res 1135 7th * 1 

Elhqtt Julius, driver L J Wells. 
Elliott LeVoy, removed to Nelw \iernit], 

'Ohjo.j | ' .1 , . I 

Elliott I onisana (wid Hqnry), res 11 J5 r , 
Elliott Mrrtha J , (wid John A), 1 

i Piers int. I j 

Elliott Vry, dresbmkr^res (522 Miie. 
Elliott Si:nuel M, ag,t ptatelns |l!o 

e 5tl 1 
Ellibit S rhon B,, mnbr D M Sr^o 
\: Co.; tslS21 High. 1 



3mas, blksmiih ; D M 



<J10 nth. Ii- 

Ell'iitt ^ r illiam,' elk, rmk 1004 8th. 
Ellidtt Wiaton C,|carp, les 588 6|h ajve. 
Elliei Alice milliner J'L Mason, bds! 3 
Elfi^Alnir, res 331 e 5th. [I 

lEllis Am ) 1 R, mason, res 29^ e dTth 
Ellis jAnr is, dishwasher Monito,ili!Hp 
Jam E, elk, res e s JeJfen 



h! 



or 



cms 71 
EllisJFraiU 
, Co, r 



Ellis; I3er rr „ ^, ..... . J 

V : Ifranyin (S D M). • | 
Ellis' Butler, driver, bjls Des Mbirj^s rfouie. 
Ellis Cir if,-. C, paintdr Holland ^'jNe.v,i|es 

r- w s 3-Vh. bet !North and Fo^st 1 ve. 
Ellis Danitl, groom I E Lahmari Jris 

Ellis Edg^G, conductor C R I &[ PR 



7 e 5th. 
R, painter ' Kratzer 
1*108 Hig|i. ! 

Ellis pidejejn, blksmith, e s Jefferson 

M) 
Ellis HarW A, elk Elmer Parr, rejs e 

fersori, s of R R (S D M). 
Ellis (Henry, lat), res 802 2d. 
Eliisjjohri.jlab, res HOe llth 
Ellis JohnlUudent, bds w s 5th, 1 2^1 
Euclidiave. ' 



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WHITE BRONZE 

"Belst Nlatorlai of L the*Agofor Nlonurr»ent8."--Solortoe. 



CO., DES MOINES, IOWA 



Jllis 



ills: 

fJllis- 

Hi's, 
His 




John Bj \vj<s E) M'Brick Mnfg Co, 

m Ghbnb-V i 'V if •! 



9 Ghbn)-, , . 
Luther GJ-prema:], res 121'SiW±l 

LvmariLr.MiM2ptti.- ■ f 1 
M]iry, 3tul3n(H^il iid 1 Pl|qbll 



res 



<er. 



Mk'ronijL, ^lakterjeif, iks lOO'fcpciis 
. MJ'ronijW hape&srqlp}: 1} M Tijiiijijig '• 
Co, 'res lb ( JJLpcusl. _. 

isfS-Iyrtle-irfls JjloO B±h ... . 

is 0:a Wi, ctoiictqr p l \ M ,St R Rt, bds 



Grind aye, 

itjlindilph Mv 

rosjw b \m 



messr l)(ie Br.adstjreiefc 



me 



re. j 



Co, 
tie,t FbHest aveanfl frprth. 



:ilis S^la, kudJij Hirtjl^nd PklCplJ 
jillis 1 (She, 'stuqeht Ioiva. Buiin 
(Ulle^e, ije|sllO!T34 ' 






t 

i [ ■ 

HighmdFk Col- 



is William 0. stude 

legi 
IJKliisqnr, see\als'c Allison t 
I •ilisonjf Caijl,; cc aj&malij f,6f)7^Qrand av|e. 



'. illisdn 
.^lisdn 



Jlisdn 
illisqn 



hides apileiUtilcr Furlong Sc, Cp.fi 

2d„0tti n of Desj Moines'. jh; j 

irace M, student Capijal pifjjl 

oTlmercial Cpllega, riW 15041 Locust:! 



Gerty, <Sdrriest^|14t)i 
Horace C rdriycr j 



1 Pleasant. 
L, Patrick 



i res 



, 410e GraniWe. «V \ j ... .. ,. 
lisdn John, cAcUfflat j02J3 |(ith, '■ ' 
Ellison John, \\kjs }135 Pldasant 
Jllisdn J Mj student Highland Pk 'College j 
•lis A Ni, studetr Hig^i inrji Pk Cpllegk ) 
illsWaiterJstijisEtHJiihi^nd pfcoiJegej t { 
Ulsworth Qhailcs, wljcs Fririk Go^tsiine 1 

hs 215 j l«t. 
'. Lilswotth C|ar$n|ce 

Ceihter: 
Blls\vo|tn Mfilllafri 

o| res'* I lip punter 
Hslwort 



\tfillifiin( 

eb.1 Mjigr .l{}| r erdopi 



yj\ Jejjdrter, res flll$ 

i 

D, s:ateagt Baker Wire 

■ '' \ ' ' i 
S, f Ifres and 



and D 
Eng. 



uigJCo.t^s IJijjerpctol, 
plws titer Dan e,'||dri\f^ Wi ;l}iet£ 

Ifc Walaiki 
.fihvell|Rev|joafei»iy O, tes 1718 E) 
Wysrn, Jtvi7/jj S.'liso* 



I — J ~- •""* 



illysonj Amanda 

i 1% "j 

-Uys6n Gideon ;E),t)ed. 



(w f 



:f a 



VI Fack- 



D^nie ( lj;il»dsj4ll9 l e 



on 

i' 



te Treja$ure^,res. 



oqe 1 pt>ljk 



;%Grove Addition— -jfiiom Norjl 
; i spujhj bet !9 :t anfl 21^t. \> 
:ime -4har es \t :es 1j31| Highj 
^lmei- Hditli, tb:her ::;inidergarten,'Bird 
I Sclnol, reslHl High].' | ' , 
I ; lme|s Isa'aji, pedler, r;4f 1JC530 e Walnut. 



pilmWooti 
I'^orth; 
IjW'A |a, _. 
« nf Fpreit a 
IfllrodlOscajJ, lab, 

orfcst'ave. 

i 



Phq^b^ S Sitjesrprin, 
e cbii 50th,. 
garjaie :ier, dds t is Bealrer ave( 



tds 



s s 



BeaV 



.'jr 




ave, nr , ; Jsrce 



! )al Esta e and Exchange Broki ro 

?i^(? Wesi Fifth\ St ft \\hek k f oini$ t lot fa 



EME 



2 00 



Ml: you pi heWghi;s * 



Or Pain in the Eyes? 







CoeishH 



A.H.Weber, 

?07 IfJKesjr Fhlh St., 



oiwri. Loati pad Trudt Bid jg M near P 4J 



lrcic Ross^ wks T I 'Stoner, 
j ! |r w cor^lSth. ;• . (', 
jKlijd(. ■ William M,; gardener, rfe 
III j j ve, nr Forest ave. 
'!$«afcser Josepn, lab, ies 
^Bl^tpp Tohn^R I car rep D 



rps \Valqut, 
i s s Beafver 



N ,, l517|Locu 
mm William 



M, bkpr.res 



005|jBuphanar. 
M pi ion;Ry, res 

ii ! . ! ' 
120() Buchanan. 



3d 

CD 



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gi\^ell Clifforci H, painter, res 6£S lotfc. 
\ifell Elizabeth M (wiii Jcseph), diesk 
rfifer-658mh, 
^^ellEthel A,, paper hgr Rcller & Clap- 
per; bds 1J713 Lypn. \ 
eJl Gertrude, (domestic J7i!l Lyon. , -_ 
m Rev Joseph O.l'res 17^! Lyon. ! : -> 
H\ Roy, printer, res OSStpth. j -^ 
lod Hattie 1 ,, student Highland Pk Col- _, 

od Mary J, dressmkr L na Storehow. m 
|es 1.502 Linden. " I: * . 
<iod RfDberjt, student Higiland Pk Col 



oodWard, 
mano Ccistel 
in 



Student Highla id Pk Golh jge 



,rce 



trre 



Erre 



J.W 



Ni 



o, lab, rms 4& 
(wig Oscar), 



\v so Oth. 
res 1337 tr$- 



:, student HigMaad Pk dToj- 



ojdy Annai 

wont] . 

fertllb fee Ajlber 
FT i Li 1 

j ege. I | • | , 

mt|-ee Samantha C'iwid James), resjsis, 
^orth,|2d|;eof|35th. 

:mjerling|Get>tgei potter, rmS; 320 e 7tlj! 
r;£rriersoq Annie, student Capital City Coni- 
M ^ercial Cbllege, rms 7UGdnter. l ] 

^on,Chai|'|ies H, tray agt jE C Uhl, 
yaterloo;j la. L. i 

on Fannie, student Capital (tity 
ommerclal College,; rms; 712 Cen 

son ^chdol, DoraCrool:^ prin, e I 
or Mapi^|. " , , 

json, iTal^ott & Co, agrl 
iClappplk- ' . ■ ( 
son Thonfas, miner P^riDbtor Coal 
es i,nd n iof 31oomfield minp. 
^on WllUam, died ApifiJI jiMth, } 
Georg4. miner, res 8 [ji-fyiadisou 
George jr, appr T FGj Morgan, * 
5 Madron (S D M), ' , 
y Herbert, driver, res 8151 Madron 
SDM)I 



CO 



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[>th. 



lrqplemeats, 
Co, 



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CD. 



and BLANK BOOK MAKER, 

)9 fourth Stl, Qe* Maws, hwal . 




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IOJNES CITY DIRECTO.RY. 



F. WOLCOTT WEBSTER," 

! ■ l 

, SUPERIOR 

PH0r06riAPHY| 

; 411 Walnut St., ,' 

i i '-I 

Des Moines, Icwalj 



G, physician, 207 



„4 

, res 801 18th. (|S"<vf pa^e 



-1th, res 



Q^ Emery Homer 
1230 2.'?rd. 
Emery Ja<job , S, V Pres 
Emery Co 

//J.) 
Emery Jacob S; elk Harris-Emery Co, res 

80-1 1 St h. | 
Emery Jennie IF, corsets, over 421 e Oth. 

res same. ' , , 

Emery John S, Pres Harris-Emetiy 
I Co, res 80 ij 18th. [See fttige uj.) !;, 

Emery J N, student Highland Pk College. 
Emery Mattie, ^vks Menig & Slater, res 81; 

; Madison (3 D M). , , 

Emery William, miner, res SloiMadisori, 
\ (SDM). | 
iEmery William; M, lab, res s\v cor Oth and 

! Clay (SDjM). j| 

Emmert John j A, barber, n s Euclid av$j! 

; 2nd \v of OJh ave. : jj 

Emmert John A jr, barber, res n s Euclid 

ave, 2nd wj of (>t|i ave. " ■ \ \ 

Emmons Eugene R, electrician DM St R 

1 ■ R- , ! "" ) 

Empev EverettlE.studenjD M College, rms 
^^ 1720 7th, | 

SH Empfield Thomas J, paperhngr Redhead] 
"^ j Norton, Lajthrop & Co, res 2003 Cen^ 

;•% ter. | 

£mpheld T J, student Highland Pk College. 
Emslie Anna Miss, wks Nat Cracker Co,: 

res 1004 e (Uh. 
Emslie David, mason, res 1001 e (Uh.; 
. Emslie David A, printer, res 1004 e Oth. 
^^ ji Enislie Flora, wks The Kirkwood. > , \ 
4^ R Emslie George, mason, res 1004 e Oth. i 
^^ Ik Bmslie William (Hollem & 'Emslie), res 1 
QO 1004 e 0th 



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< 



^^ A Enberlian Will|iam, brakeman C R I & P 
Qjrj Ry, bds 1112 3rd. 

Y\ Enfield Jacksoii, lab. bds 002 w so Oth. 
• ^j Eqgdahl Edwin, G, tailor Wm Meares & 
> J Co, bds 20() e Grand ave. 
^ Enge E A, carp, bds Iowa 1 House. 

HEngebretsen Knudt, Propr Capital 
City Boarding House, 722 Cherry. 

Enger George D, removed to Grand Rap- 
ids, Mich, t 



70 Qourt Aire. 

-r! 



umbing, Gas and Steam Fitting, 

Telephone 7 $7. 



ENO 



4. 



Enginbj Cc- No 1,1 Wm Scott capt, s 
2nd arid Grand a!ve, T 

cap 



■vlcoi* 

[ 



Engine; 'Co No 2, Henry Strauss 

'e' Walnut. ' ; 'i 

Engine ,00 No 3, Henry Strauss' enpi, cor 

e ltJth and Lyon, 
England Anna, w|cs The Kirkwoqd ! 

England Cnarles H, waiter, fe-M bonalioe' 
; rms;21J8 3rd. | ' . 1 ' ■ ! [ ; | 
England James A,] farmer, y$ mile.e o:Val- 
i ; ley June, Valley June rd. ■; f ; 
Engle Andrew, trav agt, res 880 23rd. 
■Eiigle Charles, cook C St P & K G, R\, Us 
i ' footi 11th, '| , . , 1 . , ' 
Eiigle Sanitary and Cremation Go, James'-'- 
j C Savery pres, James Callanan trlas I 
«, 204 0th ave. ' , : I . . ' j 

Eilglebeck Ellis R, iclkF E Wilson, resl 

■1043 21st. ' i ; 

Ertgle-beck peorgej P, res 1043 21^. ;l 

Erglebert jp L, removed to Philadelphia, 
Erigleman jGeorgej, lab, .res e s Main (Se- 
vastopol), ! j ' 
Englifeji Arthur G, elk Samuel Weinstock, ' 

rms |1108 ■ 10th. | 

English Catherine seamstress, res 507e so 

Englisp F E, removed to Sioux City, la. 

George, r^aj estate, res, 10,11 Grand; . 



Enfclif 

! ° 1 

Englis|t 



i i . i f 

John H (Landon, & English),, res 
Cljifkonj ave, w s city limits, j 
English! iKittie, seamstress Tilden ' Shirt 

Factory, res 1)07 e 4th. ' M 

.f ■ 



English 



Dr] Robert G,- real estate lover (5 



(501 



English 
; aye. 

E 



Walnut, res 507 e so 4th 



William, plasterer, rqslOll Grand 

the! 



riglish; Wllljlam K, Justice of 
Ptjace, 320 e 5th, res 1550 Maple. 



Engluno^ Anna C, res 523 e'so 2d,l 
Engluljid Axel W, porter, rms 523, e so 2d. 
Englund Olof, carp, res 523 e ;o ,2d, 



tailor Jacob 



Posner, bdsj 
md Pk Cbl- 
*eas Crown, 



Englund, Oscar A, 

; 5*23 e so 2d 
Engiiell Robert, student Highl 

■ Mge. 
Erig/ttom J Otto, i sec and t 
.'. Mn^gCo, res j)84 23d 
Eiigvalll [August, snoemkr 510 el Locust, res 
'if, re|s^30|e0th ' 
Engwalf. Jacob E, jlab, res 009 b 2d. 
Enke fVV Rudolph A, wks LSveipool and !D 

i M Packing Co] res \11\\ Sc^tt 
Enochs Chester M| labjbds 15)4 Vine. 
Enochs Janes, lab,, bds 1504 Vjine 
-ys Ma^g 
res f 504 e Vine 



Enochs Maggie, wks Capital Ci 



E-nocl 



Ends Vlary 



D 



A. W. PRATER, » "»*• 



s Prudence, Ires 1504 Vir e. 



:y Laundry, 



(wid Jc^hn), res 400 



Floral 

LOCUST 



Designs, 

STREET. 



Monrpe, (5 




inn 



insigP 

nsign < 

1 res " 



• psminger 




Ili^Ntt 



ht 



11 i 1 i 

^epheb 

(tflarle 



,18'fitK 



Mm 



pin 

iloines 
■; In Winter Heft 

Ensrfiinker, 5anue 
Aieb.-,|.:|. 
rkir Jpsppv. 
iput t r,^s 10 1( 
3d wist e,Ed\Vi|4 
^nHistie-aeo^g 
r |{es51|e2i. 
p^riyjcbadts 
ve'.\i| ; >,' j • 
dw|'4> 




Gjir'Eiisign^ 
liveM 20)-2}l, 



(wid 
Moirids 

:) F ' r 



B, deA 
Pleas 1 ; 

rt:8 •£ 



E, nac 

■ 

mat 




agt, 



res 84o 



pES^IOlfJES qif f 1 i>|pEc{roRT. 



H! C), reis 



grooved tc 

f 



i£t, pve 



)7'Dfes MWnds 
k\V A jammer 1 



ipptirley 

ptjrjek ilpui: e (wid George), 
rand|ave\ 



I juran, 
.pparson 



peckman- 
lies, 



a, ,.jji! 



res; 



if-: 'I! 
WMrnitJ 



*2ll Des! 



''} 



D;M Equalizer Co,', 
Lincoln, - 



*17 



h,' r&s 42V e Grand 



Abac 



;;o, 



■k 



farrier, res e 



Bros: 

127 e 

'i 

Hillsj 

kills- 

(Jala a\(j}''4!:nile's s Ry. ' ' ;' ' 

A\ agt G.r.ger Mnfy Co, bd^ 

i T" ;1 '~' : ■ • 'I 

H.oth bfi| Walnut ^nd|Cour| 



j i dale? ayjj, 2jihj es s| Ry. 
jipperspn' tiharXi'sijB, fi.imer, res'fe;s 



^(>ps Charts 



Lguit^bje p 

avej 



Joe 



pquitablp 

'! and' Locust 



IF 



a, j 

Pqi^itjabit 
ovy-a, 

irk W 
■ JMYotfn 
i rtquijabjle 

;i-'.EF 

'Seqjan 
;rb Bros ( 
fcetj'.-lG 

irb Charl^, 




\jVal- 

ii 



i 



uildinlg, nw'cpr.P 



o ave 

Ss surancc S Oci- 

ee B DurstineJMn*r.tfor 

Cashier/ C M, Denny 

gtjs^E E Scptt Acjci dffic^ 

,|Uff Blcjg. « • : :-|[-' 1 ■. 

Irif ejln e lirancc.- C-cj.. of 

^ '^ubfcell ]Pres[ Cyrus 

Pred. J C CumViiins Beci 

lrma| $1:. {See/r\nt^ A)\ 

oat Ass i,» L E Donavjan Pres t 

\^ljit£]ey jVfce JPres; H| H , Rea<j 



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id IJzic'op C), meat! jnar 

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& Mjqrroxy), -res pran 

i\ dpi 

r;h Jacpb^ (ttrb ! Br|os(), fbds' 110,1 }%h. 



ive;i ^/iirnilq eof\ doripfora'ttonliinta. 

..ivfe .A-u JJ u,^ - -' -f- 

rb lohn M (flrb BtW), |res 11».=5 13th. 

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irb Josepn |E, res pranji ave | ty mile e 
Corpo):atio'i line, ! 

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ave 
7 ^rb Sue, s^d^nt Highkiid Pk CMlegp 
:^r]> * Mo^rpW | (Charles iF Erb, II G i 
row), dfiirvm^ni'GraM ave;- fA m\\e e 

i forporatiqa hpd.l ; , ■ !, •■ .-. 
itickson.Riv Dastei, res H39 Wple. 
' fspi!.dhar^s[|niofUibkrj |) M St 
resil5^()e ! ;Gr^nd iv« 



irb Oliver H, kvks Eifb | ( & Mpijrow, 
ferandlavej V& riiilf; e ' cprpprati'on 





rms 
line 

i/Lorr 



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ii York life is. Co 

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First and Court Ave. 



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201-202 lowaLflM&aiTruiit BU^.h 

had/ Lei Others 1 F0//0M 



son: Erriil lap • John Burn side, rds; 
45e ; 2n(ir T r 



En< 

liridBjson Em|rha, dobiestic 317 School. 

iricljson, Ena, 'domestic 318 Crocker. 

:£rldfls'bri Ericjk, carp William H ^Shipley, «n 
res ^enni aye, necorWashintetonuve. mm 
ri(J son Frank G,la.b,res HOSe Upurtiive. "H 
rictsph-I Frederick, lab, res,013e so lsi.J 
ric <son Gusj coachpan 14^8 High, ' | [ ■*■ mm 
ric^sojni Ida,; domestic 212 l'st. j I J? 

. j.rk 5 sop fda, e^u^en^ Highland PI jColl jga. (fi J? 

Lri( <son John V, jlab, res 14J08 e Court ,ivi. .J 

Wm ^sori Julia.j d(jm^stic ^()7 CeAtdr. ■• «j 0> 

!^rit «»pn Mary] wks The Riirkwocid, mS 

irit hon ^inAi. domestic 405 Scot. jJJ ***■ 

^ricksor. Peter G,' cap repairer C ft I <: pPI 
Ry, re's ,1408 Cou/t ave,: I f H 

:irickior Yetta, Wks TheJCirkwooji. 
iirncsito Pa noli, fruits*, 218 4th, rfes sah;^. 
'.Zi&'.t Charles A, meat market, 01B Cer teV. 
! trn : t Daniel, i meat market ( J20 Center, 

:: : .3 3p«ftM ! j- i 

. irni t pedrge^j shoemkr, res jOOO e|so 7t l. 
roison, Gertie, laundress Hotel M orj an^ 
rsdand Marthal dpmestic 007 Oth; . 
rtucnrpska Alfred, fireman Hotel Mor ;att'. 



res 




w in jV[argaret(wid)Wm), !res 022 11th. 
sbinsea'IfacbD P, foreman jChicago Lum- 

; :3etpo; res '502 esb 8th". | j 

e«'hbach D ; Elrnci:, Cash|ier >Jew 
England Loan & Trust Co, Ibds rThe 
K\^k\sooa. \ (See poire ad,) '! 

shbaudt^l Daniel O, ?res New Eng 
I land Loan & Trust Co, res New York 

|Cit|., \Seepa<re' 9 6.)\ j ■ 

pl^n Ernest.) rps 508 Vi e 2d. | 
sliijk John u, trav agt Ca::'ter Bros" 

.;.^esJ03Jeilljth. " ' . 

fesliak Rhoda', Rl elk Harris Emery Co 

i! teeiuti ■ :■■ j ■ 

Jsp«!tnsen Jac^b lab, res 502 e sp f 8th. 
'ss<: ry | William, plasterer, res 818 



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^'feCo- rms 218 3dL 



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i JEtaid on Time Eejpqsits, 
! f SPINNEY, Sec'yind Man'^r. 



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Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in 

PIANOS g ORGANS 

And General Musical Merchandise. 

407 West Walnut Street 



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Es'tejord George, plumber Joseph Kehoe, 

31 10 4th. 
jEsterly Harvesting Machine Co, Wm 

Gracey mngr, 414 Court ave. 

jEstey Addie M, (la Signal Publishing Co)! 

\ res 220 College ave. ' ■ i | 

JEetey 6* Camp (Wm H Lehman rei 

presenting). Dealers in Pianos, Or- 

: gans and Musical Merchandise, 502 

' Walnut. [Str inuk cover (Wiipagi'iojA 

•Ethridge Samuel S, depty U S Marshal, 

res 528 1 Ifh. • ' 

Eudaly Wm A, farmer, res sw Vi sec 30; 

; twp 79 r 24. 

! Eureka Broom Holder Co, Bion F Colt} 
! pres, F W Henry sec and; treas, mnfrs 
j v broom holders, 115 Court ave. t 

Eureka Coal Mine, Eureka Fuel CQproprsj 
| S D M, n Hartford ave (Sevastopl). , 
Eureka Fuel Co, Wm L Brown |Pres, 
' , Charles J Carlson Sec, James A Brown, 

Treas and Mhgr, Oil Locust, j 
Eureka Mnfg Co, R O Stutsman propr,, 
' mnfrs of electric motors, rear 007 Lo-» 
cust. » 

Eustis Edward G, elk Commercial Ex- 
* ' • change, bds 914 7th. 
Eustis George B, elk, res til 2 15th. 
Evans Alice E, student Capital City Com-) 
mercial College, res 108 Lyon. r 

Evans Alice M, elk Younker Bros, res0()0 3d. i 
Evans Amelia A (wid Henry), res Centerj 

2d w of 35th. . ' 

JEvans Anderson W, teamster, res 1221; 21st. 
Evans Arthur, weigjiman Proctor Coal 
] Mine, res first house e of mine. 
Evans Austin H, lawyer, (Hi Office Bldg, j 
; \ rms 022 Walnut. ' ' 

Evans Benjamin W, blksmith, res'! 1 (US, 

Des Moines. , , . ' 

Evans Clarence, lab, bds s U S w 14 sac 32, 1 

twp 7i> r 25. "I ! 

JEvans Daniel B. res 900 3d. (; 

Evans David, Restaurant, 405 Wal-1 
i nut. res same. I 

kvans David W (Hunn & Evans), res 713 

7th. 
Evans David W, miner, rms e s Short 
• (Sevastopol). 



Evans Edmund C ? Urav agt, res' J04S lotji. 

Evans Edward, trjiv agt George' Whiu^ 

Co, re; I0l3,l^nos. 
Evans Edward B,, lawyer and notary, 32 
, t 5th) res ISOKliyon. 
Evans Frank M, painter, res il(»'15 CapiVol 

avei |j , ' 

Evans Rev Frank W, res; 1311 



Evans Garner W, 
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miner, 
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kvans Guy, studeru Highland 

Evans Harry, painter, res 201 Madisdii, 

(S D M). |. - 

Evans Howell, miber, res ssGretes, nejjof 

ij'th. ; 

Evans Jesse, trav agt, res 1224 20 th 
Evans John, miner, D MjCoal and Mini 
1 Co, ires Gretes. secqr ll.t'i. 
Evans -Jqhn jr, miner, rjes Gretes, se 

1 i)th.. • \ ■ . 

Evans John, student Highland Pk Colldge 

Evans John E, mider Van Ginlkel Coal and. 

Mining Co, res Hartford ave and 10th 

(^I\l). . ' ! 
Evans Johri W, mitaer 

\\jof Elliott, j 
Evans Miss Lida H, sjenog J 

res 9A)(i 3d. I 
Evans Loretto M, jphyjsician, C 

res ((ilfe Des Mdines. 
Evans Lbuie,student Highland 
Evans Mary, domestic Savery 
Evans M(ary, studeo D M College 
Evans tyjiry, wksji bapital Ci(y Woolen 

Mills! res Gretes, se cor ll 
Evans! Matie, lab liFidler & 

: Gretes, ne cor A 0th. 
Evans Nath B, conductor C 8: 

rms 7, 333 e 5tl|. 
Evansj Phillip S, printer Iowa 

ter, \es\lW llti 
Evans; Sarah (wid Howard), r^s sw 14 sec 

13* (L ij). , ;■ , ' 

Evans Taliejsin," miAer D M Ccal andMin-j 
ingCb.^res Hartford, ave.. :or 10th {Si 

D:M). j ,; ■ • • 1 

Evans; Thomas, minjer D M Coal ^nd Min-i 
ing Co, jres Harford | ave, por 10th (S 

DM 5- i Ll ' J i ■ 

Evans ThorAas J (Mount &' E vans), pres 

Rhral Northwest Co, res 1111 'e 0th. ■, 
Evans 1 Timothy L, re'rriovedtoOttumwa.Ia. 
Evans W Sdott, primer, bdsw is 3dJ lst|no£| 

trar^z ave. I, /■•• '• . 

Evans! Will am, special agti-.TheJ United 

States Ihs Co, res Sidney, la. | ■<■ 

Ivans' William B, iiin'er D Tsl , Coal and 

fining Co, res Hartford ak-e, cor/ 10th 

(SDM. 
Evans William E, trav agt, res 101,3 Enos. 



res Dean ave, Oth 
L, Thornton, 
05 e Locust, 



5 k .College, 
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State Regis-; 



BRIEF WORK, COMMERCIAL AND CATALOGUE 
At the Olsen-Welcli Ptg. Co., 513 Mutbi rry. 'Phone 433. 



PRINTING 



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Acjvocati 
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29iti, n\v'c0r. Rutland 



■er3 Henry, 



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ave. ( i, ; ', 
cor (Rutland ave. 

stlideltft Higr/lan4 Pk 



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Bric^ Mnfg Co.i 



me 

[Ewe^Charleljt, 



.•eil^harle 
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Zfte\}\ fieoijge fi, brickjl^r j [rms 6lj9 7th. 



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Co lege, 
verson foai}^ 

EverspA liehSi clcjmestlic 
EwaldChaill#,imbD ti 

,,' Ires li;C^ ;„.... 

Elvald Mary ' Md Robjert _ _ _, . 

IgivajlJ RobertfMj printer jpa State Kegis- 

! : tlr rej Ipl Locukt. , 

EweWcfcharlejlG, contract ^,,1020 8th, res 

^rickjyr, res 1020 8th. ; 
i;, clkjC (t Ewill, res 1020 



res^ 825 12th. 



I Ml 1! 
_ ...p.'lp, brickjl; , 

t\\m Cha'rl^' Itol'd).!^^ MaWlO, 1892. 
Ewing fch'alfclekl M.comitrav.res 814 e 13th. 

■ •< :T ,.|, lis / :', , i| '•'_!' ' " - • 

Sowing Da' id R (Mag& Jewett), res 

' laiU line |;n. I (^ fto $e, vpp\ Libber. ) 

Elviijig Elizfi \\ (wid WJlb;.ni)| pres y 2 taile 



v|of 28|h 



and 



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Avirtg ^rejcler&fck 



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nv( 

IfewlettMt'avid' R Ewing, 



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George Vufiiwett), lurrber.'LQcust; nw 
c(]r:l)thar|| e 7th [and Walnut. (.S'tv} 

fevvirisiMrs-ilJ 



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c|k Cl|as,£ Ifjisser & Bro, 
res' 1 8*4 e 



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■fejfes 789 11th. 



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I2jtw.^4th!|! 



Mr FomSng Wbrks, Seth- 
prbj)r, 324120 e 1st. \ \ 



inge B' oc % Walnut, 



Butler 

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, Rroctbr 1 Bros ; proppsj V^ 
' s end (of Main. [ ; . 
nw cor 3d. |, 



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Coal! 



roiiissi Trotr WAiif i 
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£. Watnu k 



RiyVATZ John B, bkpr BoUn.ReguiCo, jCKl 
J res (,«(i 17th.: |! _ g ' 

ber jFrec ! Cl vet feurgepi, n s Ingersoll jq^Q) 
ave; pet [Park aid Greenwood la. " ' 



I'a^an 



Fajjan 



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Stables 



Uorth, £e cor 5:5th 



Faj 

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O.0) 
H, farm^r| res s^s North,! J* ^ 



|anjCoineliuy, ;laD, n\V cor 1 Wooc land> 
J ave aud ; loth.' 1' < ,1 ' "" 

'an Janes, teamsjer, resl 717 Cher 



aiiiEzi'aJB (Fagin & Ford), 

""frd. 1 "' ' ; ' 



faqi He*min 

ild wjof Dra<e University. 



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gs 



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Hiiamj, farmer, res s s North, 1 
of Drake University. ' | I ' | *JZ 
Joseph -|£,' fJropr Woodside ?ark| WM 



mile 



EliE^be 



•fWood^nil'aW 



<agg Sadie, 

frek 1 200 

-adglilyssfss 

r agg Steve 



(wid Willi im), ! res 



1 -,ri' 



Monroe J& farmer, res d s N<rth, 

6th jv-'pff i^h. ' : , 

^aiian ■ Safah wijd Hezekial^),res)QsN||rth,i 
]. 5th wbf«i5th. :.' ! 
Fa gan S»'jj»'ord (Ezra B 

|Ford),|Rfal|Estate, 20(^ 

I Edward conductor C 

Ry, rek^'200 Woodland 



Fagan, Jotin F 

5th.' 

St P & K C 

ave. 



stenog ! Merchants Tran sfer 




200 




200 Woodland ave. 
jstenog iBentley & Olmsted, 
obdlatfd ave! 
,, carp] res 7' 6 Oak. 
/l^b, ^es740 Oak. 
iBfyij see^lsb Fahy} 

'\. *y 'James |H (Fahey & Morrisey), xes» 
835 Gtti aye. : 3 

ah i!y!j William, printer, ris 835 Cth live. 0. 
Fan jy iWilliain Hi i elk McE enrys & Jchn-L 
] son, bds il4 wsoSthj . p 

. : taW;y '& Morpisey; (James IE ' Fahey, J Dhn j< , 
r ' J Vlorris^yj restaujrant, 4] 4 Locust. , * Q 
^;?ah!ieJitock Samuel -J, janitor, res H35 0) 
". \ . Ca|pitpi-a'.'e. | > : > \ Cfc; 

iFahy, see also pah ey. (J^ 

;^ah ^ Ifate, res 13(W Grknd ave. ft) 

iFahr'MaVy, bkpr, res 1303 Grand a,ve. gf fx> 
%\\\ Mrnpie, bkpr Charle? Hewitt/ res© 
I5fefcyar.a i iive. i' I 

ailbr E^ra|R,rtlk. Hawkeye Ins Co, res 
70t Pleasunt. ; : . ' 
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Q* Fairall Edgarj E, cafcp, res : 1 (Mi li^ypn 

f j Fakrall Elias 1, real estate, 333 e 5th, njjs 

** 1315 e Grand ave. 
■ Fairbanks Fr^d L, lithog, 933 54 :h. 

^ Fairbrbther Qelia M, rms 1005 Locust. 

^ Fairburn George, banker, res 810 5th. 

flQ Fairchild* Douglass B, confectioner C>1| 

jj ■} Walnut, res 1019| Walnut. ! 

>T Faircloth Alfred R, engineer, res 17i 9 
Maple. : ■ ! " ' 

Faircloth Daniel B, lab, res' 171 9' Lyon.' 
Faircloth Nancy, wks Goldstone Hotel. I 

Faires John D, special agt Thle U S Ins 
Co; res 124(5 5th. 
" Falk Charles, r^ 019 Walker 

Falkn.er James} il, billiards, 318 (poiirt av«j 

res 111C Hi^h. f ( | 

Falkner L A, student Highland PkQolleffeL 
Fall Elijah, died April 29th, 1891. ; | 

Fallic Fanny B, domestic n s Franklin a\fe, 
2nd w of 23rd. ! ' '' 

Fallon John, driver E D Janes <SJ Go. be s 
109\v so 2tii l I I 

Fallon Timothy! wks DMU Ryj, res 141$ 
. Walnut. 





Fanning Mrs 
House, 121 



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Fanning John, ija 
nine House! 



Farley Frank p, 
Co, bds 725 



Margaret, propr Fanning 
■fth. • | . j 

ulroad contractor, bds Fac- 
ing rtouse! I I 
Fanning Housje, Mrs Margaret Fapni 
fjjr. propr, 12114th. - ! 
'^* Fannon John, Jsjb, bds 1.08 7th (S DM). 
Fargo Rev Isaalc, res 1317 14th. 
Faries John Sj wks D M Brick Mnfg Co 

bds 514 5th. ! , | 

Farley E B, seciD M * Driving Pk, bds 6 
3rd. 



harnessmkrD M Saddlery 

Allen. . • 
Farley James J. lab, res' 940 10th 
Farley John, wks Weir Furnance Go, reb 
1 .725 Allen. * , 

Farley Michae} J, lab, res 725 Allen, 1 

parley Thomas, wks Weir Furnance Co 
; res 725 Allen, 1 j 

Farlow Jabez, farmer, nw 14 sec 2Sj(L T) 

Farlow Roe, milliner J L Mason, rms 20 
8th. 





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Fardnej- Elizabeth] (wid McGuireK bds 13 

I Frempnt. 
Farmer Frederick jtel opr Nich'cjls & 

paj-d Co, bds !)j)S e Grand Bve, 
Farmer Henry, driver, res 131(5 Fremor 
>Far|mer James, bkpr Polk J County Savin; 5 •* 
;apk res 1506 Washington, j 
ers' ZUliancenanci Ir^tius 

trial Uniojn, J yf Josaph* 

John Youngerman Treas, B 

Set, Ml la L6an and Trust Blc 
Farfrieis' Corn apd Feed • Mill, Al 

Husband propr, 1714 e Grand aye 
Far biers Mutual Live Stock ilns Assn, ; S\\ 

Johnson Pres, R P Mbjdec Treas, ( 

F Haden Sec, |308-9 YoiJnge rmaji Blk 
Farmers Tribune Co (weekly), J BWeavei 

pres, Horace I G Gue«sec and jmngr, 

51£ Mulberry ■ ■'■M 
Farhuhar F, pres Farquhar Heating Co, 

res Chicago, j \ ■ ! 

Fa rqtihar Heating Co, B|JFa;i 

Pre s, M J ^arbuhar Sec, 
MngrJ 217 Lofcusit. 

Farquhir John EJ, trav a'g 

' JHoase. 
Farquh ir M J, sec (Farquhar Ifeatijng Cc 

[res Chicago. 
Fariuharson Howdrd, elk T> 

\ [res 950 7th. | , 
Farquharson Lydia S (wid. 

j |95b'7tfi. , . ' .;■; 

Farr Al sert, removed to Chica 



rquhai 
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Farrjon Wil 



Farr ell Thomas F, 



Farrell^Walter, fire man G St 



")21 14th. 



Farsbn Ada 



louse. 
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Fate! Fin 



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liam|G, 
Farrbw jGurney, njiner, res 
>idjng 

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Farr Elmer E, elk P O and jg^ 

se cor'.Indiano a ave (01 if to 
FariJ NiillieJ student Iowa B 

jeollcgjc, rm's 618 e Wilq'ujt. 
Farrell James, lad, res ns ^acd)oa|, 2d $ 

of 8th.i ; -.1j '■ : -..Fi 

Farijell John, engineer C St ?' &; K C Ry, 

[res 521 14th. ■ 
Fan ell Kate, sruclebt Highland Pk Ctjllege. 
Fariell Mary, domestic 1 14, € th ave* 
Farrlell Thomas.'fes 521 14th. 



tel opr, res 521 14th 



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groder 757t9th. 
died January 28ttoJlS9L. 

ICoW Valley 1 



Trepanie r, bds Sabin 1 
^ (Farwe)l &Shifer), re's 14|f 



ave. 



ey, lab, 






relli& ! Shafer (]ra |M FarweW Solomon^ 
;riaf(»r), bowling alley and! shooting' 
»allery, 323 4tb. 

Fassjett. Charles, engineer, re^ 90 

Fate EJiza A, dressjmkr 1178 



res 1156 Bl iff! 



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Kauloa PatricJ :, died Febiupjfy I 1 
Faus| 1 Hei m i 1 ' J €, jvjks I $ 

lark, :i eooV OtL j 
Faust Cora sMirtatresWlMs 
} lii03 LocistJ : [ ; ■ ]■ 

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e Iowa Fjefjosit 

_^ Ab6rajfcu.se." 
SjBif ;e Geor *e I carp, res' ljljl | e G'ran|d ay 
ilixfcBecla, iabjjrmf 404 '.y £o,i>ih 
!UM^y!'CB^ifrek "iMbl! res^lS"*? so 5th f 
illofes ' Al pe ft 'Vf l , , lpljpr, $eth Ef ijitler, < re,s 



5th. 



Irndt 



, §lcM'resll2p}Pa4. 

Flea ii iph Miftniq, 1 . student 



$H 223 ejfftljj 



thor 



Ojivs psej >ti '1L ?i y pre?j and * 1 ;ec ! State 
Med Csl and jSuilg feat Imsti tuts, *es 200 

e 11 hv ; J" ; -,.l ■; r 
ws '^etiteijF, treas ^tate lilddiiial and 

Sh^ikl .WsHtutfe, rei|20Q'elJthw' | i 

Felghaw^^ji^l^'.'^a^y^i), J2(l 7" la itoaln .and r 






o]a Ahn*a}]wk^' C|aj? 



c.S 



cr, 



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Wee. • 

FerUon.Albjftt 
iQ.n' l Annb 



College.. ,, , , 

on!: Geor & , lab; rep 170Q De$ Moines. 



1 i 



eiic ' jt 



Si 



► Ital ^i^y 



Pent 



Busl- 




arrjin J F, fir injan, res 



ghlakd Pk 

', . I.l i ! 



Laundry 



VSL> t> M Brick Mrif 



Auc itc^r jPoll 



^r Cour F [duse , res ss e ^falnu^, 2 

,Wif9th.-Hj ■. I.!, ■ .■■•:!■ .i|| ' 

ep Marj irjei teacher Bremer Sc 



HWiilrind ive 
Rose, crlejsn: 
James K, ; lab 
^ N 1 V\|ini ,C 

son Adc i<!iijitu(.eln 




ri'^fed 
^h 



lab 
, bd» 



. rls 70f bdiri 





bds 1013 e> 

tl8|92. 



Son, 
1510T 



g-Jr"'M f \bkpr ?iorit4 I'c 
jthaye. » 

}6n ttiizibetn (v/id Gideon) 
ourt i\$. I 
»n '2111a; seams ress J Haipacl ., res 

Fei(giision jaineisi real ista e, 
Inutjj; j '■»jj .■■-• ; ', ;j 
Fer^usbn M^s Tar\e, died ^!ay l'ijth, r ™„ 
FergusjDn m$$n M, elk, bis 1321 We 1e Ut. 
Ferguson Newton J, lab, ires, 512 Elm 
Ferguson UjcbardS, print sr Watters-Tal 

bott Pi)iitirig[Co, res 5(0 7th... • ' 
Fei gUson JJidney, harber, res 330 Pjlbn 
[ : ave. ', ! ' ; \ 1 :| ! ■■' 

Fertuspn ,William L, s 
1 ■[. rrris 1Mb 12t(i. , ' 
reibeaju Fred'F^idpfve 
' prfess fci rms 307 
Jk|nesL!(^|9 

loth 



w 



udeptD MCo lege 

Uriited Stated Ex*] 
Rail *oad 
Odiorne&C 




o|, 




FesslerfC 



sieri 

m 



Charles N, oanjer ? O, res (00 e 

Edith, elk HairistKmery Co 
)0 V^ilnutjl !•; 

Johi^ M, sawing machines, 400 
1304 Walker. . 

DrkngejL, driver I'M Dair) 
JjqOa/North, ].. 
Willi im P, prpofrisad'er'The 
jlMofihes Leader} res 10(0 "yValnut. 
jl ^er^ell M; irguerite ( wi^ Pel er), res 73 
■ j Feri-eh/ JFr ink, mksp n , res ' 1 334 1 4th . 
Pferjrin|tq]i Warren E, (ia^fet weaver 
[fenos, r'es sameJ , L 

is, set also Fkires. I i .• , 

is Jol n, br;ckl^yer, bds ^14 5th. j' 
id! L 0' } agt Equitable Life Assuianjce 
dcie :y, res Cbuncii;Bluffs, la. 
fer|^ Mrry 4o|mestid, Braver av4l 



fiei 
0th 



£or Forest aye. j 
Fesfcenmeyei! Charles W, fireman (J S 
Kfl^yjrbisfpotillth, ' } 



w 



Fie cas i ii na E, bdg h $20 '. pleasant 




Urn 
Oontli 



AJsllud'entj Hjghlind Pk Cofljege 1 
, lab, res 1' 00 Des !^Ic miss 



i. 



All ¥qrk ftrfcr 
bthiMoitl 
p wed Me 



T ■; 






.iS- 

*5 



E, D, Janes & Co., 



COAL, 



flic 



DESl M 



(pJES 



£ 200 

& ^- 

>j| Des Moines Pi^no ! <pq 

x>^> ilticorjioratecli) , j ' ( ' 

IJlKnabe, R,ce-HiiiZ3, ^iiaefe 



OITY DIRECTORY. 



'££* 



And Other Pianos. 



^All Kinds of Musical Merchandise 



407 Vy. Walnut: St., 

Opposite Kirk wood House. 



\ 





OQ ! 



<ds> 



• Fickas William C, lab, res 820 'pleasant; 
Fickes John F, elk A O McMichael, rels 

1428 Grancj ave. ! f 

Fickel Joel, carp, loflO 5th. I t 1 

^Fickel Livingstone, ! carp, res 1540 5th. ! 
Fiddler John, Engineer C! St P IS KC Rj 
rmsfootll^h. j I M ! 

Fidelity Mutual Fire Associatjon.hl) D 
i Fleming pres, $ G Lee sec, 20(1 Iowa 

Loan and Trust Bldg. I J ' '" 

Fidlar Solon H, trav agt, res.lSo^ljOth. 
aFidlar Samuel E, clkL Logan Hojtel. ! 
Fidler Waldro C (Fidleri & Gould), rej; 

1432 Grand ave. i j 

Fidler & Gould;( Waldro C| Fidler and Ed 
ward C GoAld), jwholcbnfejcjtr, 217 <hk 
Field Archeldng G, bhysic^an, | |es us oE 

12th, 1st so E Forest avfe. | ., 
Field Arista W, engineer, res 423 Madison 

(S D'M). j ■ ! I 

Field Miss Ange H, bds] cor : 30th anc 

Cottage Grove ave. j 
'Field Bowdewin R physician! res 1806 

Arlington ave. ! j I i 

Field C D, trav agt Capital CitylNurseries, 
res Goldfield la -j ! ! 

Field Eva H. $ec North I Western Live: 
/ Stock Ins Co, bds 844 5th, \ | 

Field Frederick R, boots f and shoe 
■ 500 Walnut; res' 827 5th. ! i 
Field John F, l^b, res 2727 Grand ave. 
■<Field Una V, teacher Summit SJchpol, res 

180(1 Arlington ave. | 

Fielding David C.I porter Continental 

Clothing Hoiise, res TO Raccoon 
Fields Allen, blksmith J K Ware, r!ms 853 
' 17th. j j ! ! ■ j 

Fields C L. wks Proctor Coal Cp, res Se 
vastopol 

53| 17th. 
nket Coal 
(?th| s of 



Fielcs James A, blksmith, rms t 
Fiek s Oscar, weigher Van{ Gi 



'arid Mining 
j'rankliir, ( 
Fields Thomas 



Co} res Main, 
D M). 



1st. 



?(M 



miner, res 



res 315 w so 
Fife William A, 
mercial Col 



111? 



s w so 



Fierman Patrick, wks Capital City Gas Cq, 



0th. 

student Capital 

ege.rrms 833 0th 



he "Good lock" 



CityCorri- 




Hanry, wks iD M BridkM 

m Biuff. 



T 

lege 
Finegan, 



prpndavi.' 
&iHjussej-, .' 



uff,: 

West, biV 



')'•■ 



lerrj 



Figg Edward W, lib, res 10 -loj 
Figg S;irnuel, pressfeeder C^rt 

' i bdp 1045 e Grand ave. 
Figge 

I 
Figge Hfenry jr,' lab, res 1431 'B 
Ftke Audy Y, sales-man C hate & 

; 17 K! 8th 1 
Fike Don M, Sec lidejy Autojnattlc Balll Car 

Cou}ler, Co, res 1704 8th 
Fike M^ntie J, dressmkr, resTCH 
F^llit Thomas, lab, res 40^ ,v sd 
Filmore Charles K, agt (station 

I [ Lypi- 

I Finch Kiraham F, engineer C 

res*] 308 Lyon, 
Finch K bert, teamster; res, 110 |0r,h; 
Finch A Jen H, coel prospector, 

Can tol ave] 
Finch \iidrew J, Wks D M $ho'd 

! res 1412 Des Moines. 
Finch 3;uiielMJ ccinfegtr 2dl 5t 

. -.. 8th;;, , • , ■>.. 

Finch 3 ^orge 1 W, teamster, res 
[ tol aye.. r ' r 

Finch [siac 5, dril er, res l(>37(fjapito}av(|. 
Finch James H, cafp. res Di3ah 
':■ Elliott. ; T - ':■■.■■ 



* 



Gth, 

, res 13'do 

NW-Rj 



■■ — r J ff 
Finch Tames H jr, 

cor <}rant pk. 



^eorge, la 




mach, rep Dedn ave, a? 



Finch John D, farmer, res sep: li, Ba 



Fbrc rd. | 

Fiifdlei' p V, sti|d^nt pfi^hlaiwjj'^fe Co 

leg^ 
Firdley 
Firdley 




ill,iam, b'ds 



i i 



untine P, res 710 Clark 



ll|i SthJ 



oot 




or First-Class 



ar)J! 



I 



res 



318 
IXTH 



b, res 2p Vine, 
bhn B, physician, ovet 4()3 Wal 
nut.^es 1,127 21st. ; ' ''• | j 
Ficdley yirs Lizzie, res 205 Vini. \ \ 
Fiddley :?aik A, student Highland Pk Col 
bds 1127 21stj 

see also Finnigan. 

Finjegajn Frank, lab, re^l8th, ni Scott. 
Finegan John, vice pres H^wkete Oat 

M^a ICo, res 5 02 Jefferson, " 
Fin<js Mi'^ Anna, 1329 e Capitol avfe.|< 
Finfes Maggie, dorrtestid 424 e sc feth 
Fin4ss4y |John C, Div* elk' C,.1r t & 'f 

Ry, nms 1417 (irancl ave. ' |" 
Finger IJpnna J, stenog Charqbe[-l[iin ^ 

'Cc|, i ts 440 Chijstniit. j 
Finder Richard, grinder G |W Mc|gejbert ; 

I Co, rns 012 Walnut. ' 

Fink A'le Zander, ta lor, res 633 4 2d 
Filik Cla^lM, dom est \c :.10Q9. Dfes Mpin^l 
Fink B-avid, cutter Jacob Posner, ris 1 SOP" 

m; Lyin. , ,- . ' ' ' , J- 

Fjitk E|d\ifard, lab Scoville Plumbirjg 
Fink'lliev-is, "elk Edward Bakerjj 



,Co. 
820 



V 



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. I 



7 inkb 



?idktyriej!tobi!-tl:S, 



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'inky 






1T _ .. Cdl ejge, 



Cl' certain w, 



xr'Qc 

f th 



'inlcjy Jarrifts (<j|4l|ji),i^'k!|fao|ii|tyr House. 






inn Mrs ^liarMsf, nurse? 
-inn CfWlst i » lei opr 
JWweijPpg^ 



pinnjPejter C, £ il 

factpryjp tb 

MJifgjCj^ll^s 

c 



innfcyhG^oxge tamer, 
'"in ad> )ohh ! A rj^iVier 

inney Lizzie K livks H) 



uc 



inni 



^innigiiijlfiija, 
innigan Jc|m, 
sot. 



g|n 
inpigjin 



:r 



:o 



$tirin(jrhe> 



(Tge 



OaH 



M 



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C War 



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(JFlyrjn^lk 

idsj IA, i lgt 

biniestifc 
rijichmi 



f. 



10 



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j^<|n((j: 



C, 



100 



^akh/res'Tllir-tlark. 

And }wge 1 26.) • 
J>||is ;Gre jn Bay Lum- 
raa^[ajve l j2d"'|v.of 



toeinbefj [Board of 

k all, re«; 30& 19th. 

physician, jyerl 023 

*th. ""'' I t'i'.-.i 



r >s 13 



d (Dr4;mer 



hj 



E aptflit) dhU 
laptjjt) Cliirch, 
Eax tl-it) C&Afch 

$Ej,f?]il3IC 

j' a hi an) 

km 



res 



21$ 



f)YFra|nk|iW i(JE/D |B|f) 

IinnWwil lani 

finn^cflm \]yiH«im Lj coifluct6r D 



Fi 



itat^E , ] frea Zdqlbgi- 

jgWkndP^rjtLand 1 

Iffhlardi .Parkj Im- 

:[| Hi^hlHifd >ark 



SWoodikidave 



res over 



I) 



M 



U 9v,;bds ; 

man| Kc d'de >vig Schmidt 
Air eri can Bh cu|t and , 
cor 4 mh and fo arket. 



241 



rqs ' n 

i 



U Bxi 



k 



£ ^ii d AitOEi^Ffior- 

>j2:id}i !i .M ' . 
'F^'pun- 

Cclumbus 




(fjliurc 

JOUi^apl 



f 



rqs 



02f;0th ; 



Cha 

iiijmtQre 



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Ce iter.' 
S 7ranl$Hn 



Wrought 
niit, 's$ coV 1) 
1*533 ( 



*ykp| res 
Center 



M 



|th ave 

Jeffer- 



rcs 711) Laur'ei; I 
ioritia!$ Sob),. res;. 719 



Rj(Fior 

arles 
\\|fibrf|Li|s, 2b 

iajAjBl|iijddkjn|dcpb, 
,4,CbiA!hsf 2021 5th, {fa* 
tori^jE^ier!^, VEngr 
%!W>&706!ith 



& Son), res 719 



1, 33i>d^nheirieri nr hgr, ;j 
abut. 



ocukt si' cor 



riMClA 



14th, s\V cor 
DeiMoines, 



&W 

. i ■ • 
Iron 



yChurcji,^ 14th, 

JWalierj: ' !' | ! , 
itslovp Mat a, idcme^tic Gra4fe Houi^ 
iuc|!l]Nina,(ltudeiit HighlaudPk College./ 

ler, . uy ufso \ fijshkr; 



rise 



Fisc ier (Jeori e, tirker E G '(Jbmparet 
: , ; ;f 12(!Coirta^d. !'•. 



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We 
sjvcqjr! plaint, 
tyra. 



lfth.ddrjXipd 



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(SeeAdm f 



261 



cl Vlfeisij 



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Ciiy. 



^cier, Andr 
jsc ier) Chriditian, 



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ler 

(sc per] Fredfe 

Hh. 



ishjsr Bene, it ishier 

; ,■■ *(thJ '; ! t; '■!*, 

5 Jishcr. John, ji^rpjji 
tishur jDhn, '<: 



Street 



bet Maple ana 



wj tinner! 112 



cafp, res 11J25 Crod cer. 
St Joljp j& Bar(j4ist, 



,\/ ; brie kltrr, res 



bfickl^ res $28 11th. 
furn rpom, fes 523 I 
ftj' blksn jth, 1 res 



r ar 



ti 



lsl 



|I jishi r Georgt 

i ! I :Jafn, ; res 
'ijsiit r tenry, 
ijlfljshi r ]lcinr) 
<!ou*t uve. 
sh|r Harve] 



wjoi'.jS 



L, miichi,Ia ,N aphine, Nbv 
4ftw arid .ifirfess tyorks, ret 91B e 1 



Klsc ler Julius , 
■J fa ler Phoe je, 
Ifa lerjWillam 
11 jf .'fcouitavej-' ■■ 

fljis<; s G 2org< ' M, bldpr, k t) afc Brick 'lillnfc 
:p, l>dsl 2«thi9ve r ! I . 

',1'^h i;Fr ink, tbden't Hijghlar d Pk Colic ge*. 
^jih :r, Av (ih h Wisrfi -r.\\ 
ffishfr A ug'ustjir domestic 10. r l Enos. 
Ifishjf Bbce EJ : Rlr MS, n 1010 Rh 
Ifishjr Charlcji, la i Carrran-, ScHqiiU 

:j!4nf,;Co, res 12ti and Cocker i *—*- 
Ifishl r tjifforl A, salesman Read & Txw mm*m 
ilrsy, bds 1 1 09; e Maple. | | tlL? 

I'ishjr Frank (Frank Wisher.!: Co), re^ 
j. ; ■'jVala^t.a^4:f i ; ' - I ; - '"' ' 
jFishir Fr^nk & Co (l^rank FteherJ.tinkK 
f![.:i21 ararj<lavei • . ' ■ ]1,-l ' f 
m^h Qfeor^cJ 4, |dai ry j s s Jiastori BDdle- 



arring a- re 



wj elk Grand ave SaVijigi 
lBol Grand* av 9, ; 
l)ell bby Saver y HoiiseL 
(Cox & , Fish it), res P1J9 e 



Ypunker 



djncf Minirklg Co, I res e s 
ribi^pnrfe'(S:)M)J 



rand 



.jesjltee 

Jl ; ish( r ;6hn, lab «P5rkins & Perkins, 

i ]lW 8th.;. ; 

^lishir lohn ^f(,d ore-man Vaii jGinkel 



i 



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;.ve. 



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SHIBTS TO CEDEJL, 

! FT 1 - ' 



Golden Rulfe Clotlung Wm. 

D. M. Johnson & Son. 



2 sj^ 



FIS 



DES 



rhe Smith Premier Typewriter 



MOINES CITY pIBE(frORY. 



EMBODIES TIIK 



HI V* 

u. 2 
0<S 



Prlnulplel 



and 1 



c^pst Progressive Mechanical 

Pleases tjje Critical Business]! 
Professional Man . . 

3end for Catalogue, or call at oar office. 

SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRh^R 6o., 
I I 210 WEST 



r IFTH ST. 



-J 




O 



Fisher Joseph, J-es 15H7 e Walnut. 

Fisher Julius, asist cashr, res 1 1&5 Grand ave. 

Fisher Kate, dressmkr, 111-1 §t\ . 

Fisher Linford. teller Grand Ave Savings 
Bank, res 1H.">1 e Grand ave,' • 

Fisher Mary, seamstress, resj.">VOe i>th. 
isher Nicholas B, res K>)>;> L}on. . ■ > 
fisher Peter, farmer, res o\v H sec 28 

Ifisher Peter, lib, res vv s e Htli, 1st n ofl 
! p olk. ; • ! - 

isher Kuddiej cigarmkr F| W Younger-j 
man, res 1 2") Crocker. 

I isher Samuel L; removed tq Ojnahh, Neb. 

Fisher Sophro lia I (wid Mart n W), res 



\VA'A Grand ave. 



104 .Maple. 
Frank Fisher, 



tf) 



7Z ^ Fisher William^ tinner, res 

jS J^ Fisher William H, tinner 
I Q,mm res 101 Walnut .ave. 

C c Fisher William H, express, res 
<4v CO Fisher William L, salesman 

C Q m & Machine Co, res 1 101 

„ G3 qj Fisher William S, ^levator con<jluct(j>r Stite 

<y ^ House, res KfcWj Lyon, i 

( .Tj ■£■ Fitch Daniel D, prinh'r, resj0()3 e 12th. 



itch Delia A (wid George), !re< 



QjtZFi'tch Dora, waitress Hotel Logan. 



qv Jjj Fitch Harry (col'd), janitor (Too per School, 
W res 755 10th 



.120 



.'ird. 



> -GJ Fitch Laura, teacher Longfellow School, 

• ^ 5M res 709 Maple. ! " | | ] 

• w Fitzgerald Abner, pedler, reis 7 >1 e so 8th. 

Fitzgerald Charles S, printer a. Printing 

■N J Co, bdsS:!4 10th. ; ; 

lJ3l ^itzgerald Delia M, elk fe E! Converse, res 

;5rl 83410th " • ! f ; | ! 

O^J Fitzgerald James, lab, res 1517 Cherry. I 

"Z.y* ! Fitzgerald John' H, printer ja IrrintingCo 

1 res8:U lOtl}. . j | ■ j ■ ) 

Fitzgerald John' J, propr Capital City Boat 

House, res sec 21, lstward nr<tenter. 

Fitzgerald Morris, paperhrigr| Redhead, 
Norton, Lathrop & Co.j res 121 B Wal- 
nut, i ! • ! 

Fitzgerald Sarah J (wid James H), res 77? 

loth. , | : \ 

Fitzhugh Alexander, bkpr P C Kenyon, 
!■ rms 1125 15th. | 

Fitzpatrick Frank, lab, res.-f>22- Elrri. j 



t 



California and Mexico 



Comtortab 



Ifine CJbthieri, J^^ert 
and FurnUih 

7 Walnut St.. } (Si 



t< 



tck John 



1C 



nut 
Fitzpa,tr 
Fiad<j 

re$ 
Fladtf 
! 51 
Flair 




rms 5 



h^y Mr^fg C<t), res 

i ■!'''!. 

'ck Thomas, lab, 
Chides, gi 

m 2d. • 

^'ecipold C, 
2d. 



apes, plumber Jame|3 L^ng, r|s8(K) 

k Ker, j I 
|aji ] tennis ]P, conductor), res 



perry. 

an Mary, Milliner C|has 
p. r<is220e;sdj7tl}. 
ajiP, died;|Vpril lM, 1|01 



Flan 

FlanMrk' Daniel, Restaurant), 42^ 

res 8*51 e (ith 1 . 
Fiannsry Jeremiah J (Flaijnerly & I 

r 2 s. - i25 Buchabarj 
Flannery John E.i grocer, 01(0 e |Locii{t, fts 

7(jj(ip (»th. | 
Flannery Thomas,' lab, bds 117 



Fleck 1 A jert C, barber Knowlto ]j & G -othe, 
804 7th. y . ' ; ■ | 

Fleck llQPeph C, real estate! 13(3 19thf res 



FL 



E 



J, brake man C R I & 
Ires "210 e 9th - ' ' ir ' r 






Fitzpatr 

Fitzpatrck Julia, housekpr, res 

nit. I 
Fitzpa tr pkj Margaj-pt, dresjjmki], 

itrr] : 
Fitz'plf triclj Martirj, lab, res IF 
Fitzpatrick Mattife, steno 



t 



1 ^ 



DYTS ) 



38fe'-Wal. 

rrhs m 



Shhrt. 

N6irna]n 
110a Wrl- 



aiier Hiblland & *New,' 



lab Holland' 



i 



|>2 



El 



m 



& Ne\y, res 



12 

E Riiser 



Flannery & Davis |(J J Fla^iner 
qjir Davis), druggist, 504 e 



FlauMi -taron, pairit^r, bds 301 

^layin (Very Rev Mich 
>t Ambrose Onurch, r^s ( 



,a W ilniit 

avii), 



w so 2d 

and Os : 
Wain ut 
2 e 9i h 



ia'cl,;Past 
iOi) Hit 



P, 



)2 
& 



h. 



gl flenefit Life Iosf Co bl ftiaw$rk, p, 
Ji bis Saver^ 'Hpiise^ 
Flerh ng |Wm H.^sec la Bdlidin^ ancji Lo 
bds 1220 e Wain j t. 



4 



ssu, 




lie 



4fc Santa 



1 18 e Court - 



der 



mngr, 



Tdseph C, real estate 13(o 
same. ,; '. ■ « 

Flesc irtiann Louts, pedler, res 

a l ( e j ' j il j. ■ ' 

Fleisjhiaann & ]JGo, J A Snj 

¥east Mnjrslj 119i/ 2 Locust 
Flcmihg Brc^s, AgtsTie Mutual Life 
, Iris Co of Ne^vy York, Fubi](|}ue,|Ia 
Fleming David EK |(Soules S: Fleming), pres 

ffi^ility Mutual Fire Ass 

Locust. _ ; ,j i ' | 
F| lem n'^BlizfL A,(Jressmkr 1(521 
Iflem ng Jamus, real estate, res 
Fleming Joseph, ■studenFHijghlaiid Pk Col 

i2g<j:, i . | : -:, ; [ / ; > . 1 1; :' 

Fleming: Levi, baker,. res 6 1 9 i ave 
F^leming lyirs Naiicy/A, p.hysicikn>.SiO ' Oth 

ave, 'r^s same. ' > 
Iflem in§ Solon, res Greenijooc 

r Ir gersoll ave (Geenv/Dod 

Fleming Stanhope, IStaU 



;i, .res 1005 
apitolave. 

ai27ki:uh. 



la'l blk 
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Ffbry Jphn, lab, res 830 w 50 Otb.r 
Fbt .^lina.iaomestic 1402 Center 
Fbk er Moe |B! elk 1 Lang B;-os, Tesl ^01 :8th. 
Flbk ers W I|i -gt Equitablje Life [ Assur- 

mceSqciety, res Indisnola, |a. ' 
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I^lyjrn Edwirt r 
Fl ff n Eugeai^ 

Ni08 13tl|. 
Fl|ynn FrariklP,. bkpr .Pdople'si 1 Sa 
Bank, rjriis. oyer 81^) ftl, 
n n 1 Frank Iclk, res 508 1 5th. 
Fl^jcn Frarjkj, lab; res ,F Hartford a|e nr 
[Indianolk ave (SDj^j. : j \ 

n Franw * r t| wks Weir^'urnace Cc \ bds _ 
Hartfqr|c|!ive, nr Indian ola ave (S '. ) M). j 
n Ge'orjg]!, plumber lohn Collis 
508l3'tn ; , ' 

Fl|yrjn John' (tied 6cto|ber.Jpth, 181)U 

n Marti 1, presPepple's'SAvingsIank, 
res l'lF vnn Blk. 1 - 
1 (n Mary, domestic, . 132 3 High, 
in MatthiwC, artistjldeal PortrajtCo, 
bds 200 th. ' 

nn Michr »l] diedj April l23d, 1801.M 
iir^|Minpii;, domestic 1 022 Wooc land 

av e. ,•''.■■•'*.'%■";' I ' ;' 
Fly l nd' i Myrtl< f I domestic Sa^ery IJoust!. 
Flyii'b Nora jwia Dennis), :*es 508 13t ir 
Flyiin'Gweni D, plumber r John Burrside, -m-J 
^ resi/>0S ljkh. '. ] :l . I I =ii"1 

nn P Tj stuiient Highland PI: v.u .c^c. --; 
nn AJVilliajmj, student H ghlahjd PKjfbi- ™- 
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' (Incorporated^ ! 

Manufacturers ^nd Wholesale Dealers in 

PIANOS s ORGANS 

• And Ganaral' Mimical MarihaifeeL 

, 407 Wast lifanut Street 

i III: 

' iS .Pogerty Edward, bds 71(1 Mulberry. 
1 't'.tr* L Fogertyjacob D, engineer Alery Planter' 

Folfcey Frank, janitor Forest Home School; 
i - ' res lCJlT^lst. " i | ! 

(Foley Alice A, bk binder, bds,i>-M» 13t:h. 
Foley Ann (wid Luke), res 10'JK Woodland 
ave. i 

w , tr Foley Barney J, res 130 e Locust. 
£ rjFoley C E, student Highland Pk College. 
\ •""! '4S Foley James, res 102tt Woodlajid ave. j 
I «H O Foley James, lab, res 1st e Prbctor's 



(Fogarty John J, printer Iowa 
ter, res 1050 8th. ' 



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Forbes| Jenni^, elk jLang 

i Buchanan. . j ; 
Forbes J "all in, s^tenog C Rl 

: ! 82>3<d. *' .jjj .-.In 

'Forbes Nellie } (wifl Edward F), re 
Forbes Pejirl, sturlent Highlam 
Fprpes) Tfleoqore, lab Getfrj 




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orbes Thomas A, engraivqr, 



F6rbes Tlk'omhs A, engraivqr, Jllenr 7 PJumb 
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Ford C 



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Ford Agnds M, elk ;R L 

; 11)68 1 VValjnut. I 
Ford Ann,}, dressmkr MissjM 

'42 Cfand ave. \ h| 

Ford Ann e, dressmkr, nnsj 9,10 Gt 
Fqrd Antlfonyj, printer re? liOOS W.jilnut 
Folrd Bleeps C\ carp; res 12a,0 LaUjrel.1 




1 830 3rd 

College 
WJllonj 



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i . Mine. 

JFoley Lew F, res 1028 Woodland avel 
Foley Lizzie K. elk G E Converse, res S|10 
j Kith. ! : 

Foley Michael, lab, res 1I)|3 Bluff. 
Foley Michael. J (F J Schneider & Co), res 
i '1310 Walnut. , f \\ ' 

oley Rose, student Highland jPk College, 
oley Thomas, horses hoer rear! SU Wjal'-j 
nut. res 040 13th. 




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3 polgero George, painter, t-es 5(V7 e so 
Folgambe C, removed to Jenvejr, Col 
Folsom Herbert, wks Savory House, 
blsom Mary N, nurse, r|s 118J) 12th 
olsom William C, wks Edison ILight ■ Co, 
res 1 ISO 12th.: '• i ! j ■ 

Folta George F.-clk J E Cox; rnjs 220 12th. 
JFontauelle Ferdinando,- died February 1 
1802. ••' : j 

onaso Fereth, lab, rrns 404 w ?jo 0th 
.'i^ Jfputs George, porter Savery Hquse. 
r^^ . Foor Jacob J, trav agt Capital City purser 
^^j ies, res Wapella, la. \ \ - { \ 

T 1 ^ ?oote Amos W, tel opr Ft Dodge Freigpt 
■■J%f|f House, bds 51 !J 5th. i ! 

*MS?oote Emily N, c.oshiejr. res, !)25 jith. ; [ 
Foote Mary F (wid William D), res025;0tb 
Forbes Alexander, carp Capital City flan 
j ing Mill, res 11505 Buchanan^ ;' 
porbes Alexander jr, baker S C Kurtz, bds 
I 1305 Buchanan. .1 , 1 • f 

Forbes Bruce R, t student Capital City Cpm-j 
j mercial College;, ^es 821) 3rd. 1. I ;| 
Forbes Eugene L; steriog Hawkeye InsjO«, 
i res 820 3rd 



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Ford Jajmes H 

I DeaMpinjs. 

Ford James J, rniller, resj 10QS Wajlnut 

Ford -Jane (colfd), laundl llM \ Woodland 

: lanr} a\)e. r! '. 

Ford Jeffery, s^irv^yor, r6sj HySWilnutJ, 

For*d Jeusie, stenog AC mouc tJBroonvCo 

,rms851 10th. •''■' >A ' '■ ' l! 

Ford Jo:m, "eva!n^elist, res v\ 

Franklin. : i^ , ; ' 
F'ord Jo|in,lhoem^r John|C H 
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Lathrop & Co, resj 044 ;^-Jt'h. 
Ford Daniiil, detective, resl7rl l ieG: and ave 
Ford Dan el W. firemar} C S(P, &^v Q 

'; resjfoit llthl 
Ford Do nil, student Calk!nan Colli ge.; 
F^ord Edmjund M, 'tr^v piss la ;l 1 ^ P I 

21^4tii, res930sam2. • 
Ford Emma, |:ook Highlind'lfk GJDlle^, 
Fqpd A^rs ptiny C; res 1 32? S«:th- ' 
Fqi-d Fletcher W, carp, res 1,010 jAfa|ebe. 

Ford HJenrjy,. tailor Waltur \}v"eins|)ck[ ijms 

, 'I 51^\yhln|it 

Ford Henry, teamster Ctiicajgcj Lumber Co 

I ! res e ilthl and Raccoon. 

Ford Rev Ivan S, res 12(8 Iiaurel. 

Fofd Jamej>(cbi'd), ( lab, r^s 16142 Woodland 

! ; ave. 



Cqod Val 



Ford John C, shderhkr 4(5 
• 840 15th, il !;■ | 
Ford Jo in Fi (Fagen & F<)rd), 
Ford John WV'jminer' Mi.nbe 

Coon Valley Siding. 
Forri Joseprj, tel opr C St P 

jres foot 11th. I 

Ford Kate G, student Capita 

mercial College, Irms 512 
Ford Maggi-3, domestic 1318 ^\ 
Ford Ma|mie, stenog Haufiman 

;bds|301)|w^o 2d 






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Jnefi jjtf apbeck- mine. » bd$ 

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r4s$!n&jrk la; i3d js'.oj;- 

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filre depi 



ticAbjrb House.| 

mil elr I Mja^beck Jviine, 

''f^ngJ ' vi' ; :.i ; / 

na^on, x'mrl42|l 8th 

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b! keK Led H p,| student,' bds ll4o h 
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AcjB.ll^ith.; ■■ GoJLiid, | Physician, 
pnd ava, se cor 7th j res sajrn&. . 
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ave, se cor "7th. 



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secd3; 






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Ri^lEfSaikiMjand/'and' 
Municipal Bonds. " 



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Bloorrifield andtHillside 
H^hts). , ■■ i i 
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178 ^nter. ; ? ■'■ 
so IyrrcsUY <md\Fqrst^\ 

J, lab CapiUljqity Bf-ic 



C K ; tbdent High And Pk College. 



Ed\varti E,| carpenter, res 94 



SOOIa'ioan 
He ■ trulit fetdgrbds^iS^ e Grand.ia\ e. 



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:h- L 'J' •■' ■ ! : " . 

:k KM},; folder; P. G ftenyon, 

f;l '''!,;■ v; ! v '.I ', ■' 
Lien taSloress, tes 580 7th 



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re i 589 



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,refe ()17 $ [Grand 



oilegc, 

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:ei1iBenjimihJ5 , l feed stable, 

MfldJ'riismTlrth. ,: " 

Blp:k' \Vainut, se cor i)th 



W)od- 



18 )S 



rri Eiria Jith/ jj,' dome stid 1307 

Epliriiim, jijed March 1 20th, 
Fra nl | > lab f-es ll li i e Court a|ve 
Fran! ,!labjjam€is jCjang, ' bds| 
hyjHbi se. .fi 
Hairy H.i; fruit '^i 

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H(fiiir.y.A,' Jjres .Mai ionj Go, Coa 
ds iS2«| e Grand ave J i 
er! HEejnry C, stiiden^t ^,ig(iland Ift 

iPgp'. j, / 

a teicher, Kiiidorgarton, rds sec 

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r os^ejr ikri W arguerfie.V, fcloai 



1544 Budhaaaki 



41, f 



rower, res 



1^44 Buchanan. . 



589 



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ALBERT L. 

510 WSInut St 

| Builders' * HaW 

^ Mechanics' Tools. 

^ CUTLERY A SPECIALTY. 

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^ Foster Marion S, painter, res 1?0, 

^Foster G, student- Highland Pk 

Foster's Opera House, , William 

53 propr, Walnut, se cor '8th. 

rs Foster Sidney A, sec iRoyal Uniorj Mutual 

Life Ins Co, res H10 Crocker. 

Foster Virgil F, bdg h, !U2 Urd. 

Foster Nora E, res \)-v2 2.'ird. 

Foster William M(Foster & Liebbf3),)ropr 

| ^ ' Foster's Opera House and mngjr C rand' 

Opera House, res s s Grand aye, 2 e| 

of Greenwood la. . j « I 

Foster William, student A L Bell, bds; 

!io:«)b; j | 

Foster &> Liebbe (William J Foster,! 

Henry T Liebbe), 'architects, Wjalilut.s'e; 

cor 8th. f j! I . ' 

Fothergill John, farmer, res 20H £ sd (ith.! 
Fotliergill John T, agt Chauricey jfconrad, 

;jrms 72:5 Walnut" 
Fduhtane Frank, res 21 (i e 2nd. 
Fouls Daniel W, lab, res 124 'JefiUrsbn (S 

. to M}. i 

Fowiler Charles W, pljumber, res lj6l(i| 8th 
Fowler W W, removed to Ottumwjii, la. 
Foxj y : v also /■'itc/is. i.. ; 

pFox Charles F. Mnsr Postal Tele- 
graph Cable Ccr. 224 4th, rms !l iliO pith. 
Fox Dorus M'(Fox k Lairdj, ]Ves 82(5 
--i Uith. . * : • ; M ■ 

Fox Elizabeth (wid Thomas), res Court 
|| ave, s\v cor Belm,ont. !| < ■ 

Fox Elliott H.agt Carter, Shepherd # Co, 

res 01(i Grove. ! 

Fox George, miner, res Court ave; s\y cor i 

Belmont. . L ' 

Fox Gursdon, conductor C R I &.P Ry^ res 
•: lOltt'etith. |.|j 

Fox Harry P, asst supt C R I & P Ryj res 

i:j37 8th. i; 

Fox Henry C, lab, res 1101 Bluff. 
Fox James W, foreman, res 1 428 7 



Dealers IOWA 



Miners and Dialers IOWA SOFT COAL, 

Cc fr. 3rd and jLocust 'Ptybr je lip. 

:i\ DiicEJcrdRr. 



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c 

M\ Fox John, res 1 101 Bluff, ! 
%jj Fox John jr, lab, re/s UOl 'Bluff. 
^^ Fox John, bds 12-1 Grand ave. 
!^i Fox Josie M, opr Diamond Suspender 
f«i Co. bds 1-127 7th. I 
W Fox Lawrence H, teamster, res 
Wilev. 




1014 



Fox Mattie, elk M Shet erman & 

1101 Bluff. T -" 
Fox Miryj elk W T Gorton, 
Fox Mortpn P, stenog la Pipe 
1 ' res 82(i e 13th. 



Bro! 



res 1 20^ 



res 



3rd. 



& Tile 1 Co. 



Fracker Charles W, state agt 



h 



ave. 
M Fire 



Ins 



&GIFF0RD 



'Ft^jM IniCo, resell Oil 
Fracker JFraiiVS, as^st .spc T> 

Co,' res 11 [•' (ith ave,. 
Frair Ffiy M, leamstar lferkin4 & Perfeiis, 
t ites 024 2Ud. ' I'l ; f '! 

Fraizer.1 Scvntso J^ms/r i,nd\Fr.<xziei 

I , ,\\\\ 

Fraizer Allenson, console, 1 re & (5 17 0th. 
Fraizer Everett, elk Lang Bros, Ve? 1(11") 
, . : Norjth, " ' f 

Fraley Augusti s H, trav agt A\ 
Co, res -lfrjUV Des Mcjines: 

es 



iFraley Ed ware, lab, r 
'Fraley Ed ( ware L, tri; 



l-Bl 



ufL- 



Fox Richard B, switchman,: (bs 217 4 Oth. 
Fox Tltorrjas, barber Hlcks'-d Greenivav I 

rm^ 208 3rd. ' -f ! I j 1 y ' 
Fox \ r eroha, forelady D M | Shoe*i Hlnfg 

Co res 585 1st. ' 5 

Fox WJllianj, lab, res 1 
Fox WJllijim £, firemac (f ${\P & K C 

rms f<|)ot 11th, , j 

Fox 4* Laird (Col Dm us ill Fox, tllank 

R ^aird), Real Estate, ,4(| Office Eldg. 
Foxleyi Sarah A, ^vid Williajn),' ref| w°s 

Ma!u,ry, lsi s of 2J5rc . | 
Foy Nettie jL, strident Callanlan College 

r mi 11-420 Grand ave ' : 1T 



Ry. 



Sprin^lield 



ery Planter 



Vii-fi pes Moines, 
imrierj Ivratzer (^ar- 
i.riage Co, ims.lJM^I>es Mcines. \\ . 
Fraley Matquis G, plasterer, bis.jvv s \Vil- 

butl 2d n of Eabton iioUlevard. \\ 
Fraley Theodore L,j plasterer; res w s.\j\ r il 
bur; 2cl n (f)f Easton Boulejarll. 

S, plasterer, Ve^ 
n of Eastoh (Boulevard. .1 
Frame Ella, s|enog| A ■ , Wjing.^te, 



(ith ave 

F 

Fr,anc Emil L, 
France Ge,orge 



printer, res ]12 l qi 
H, loan prokerj 



W|lbur,: Ist.i 
I ' 

res '8 10 



ndt, res sw cor. 4th a 



France John, trucker D ML fr^igiit hoijise, 
Ires ;\ 18 Pelton ave. ' 



France R M, agt Singer Mnfg 

:0th. j ■ ! ! 
Francen Henry, carp, re4 (i 



Francis Anna E, elk, res 



13 



(x ILycjnj. 
| Francis Cajldwin, 'lab Capital 

j series, I rms J H Sayers. ( 

Francis Daniel, re^s 152(5 Capitdl aye. 



id 



Frrnklin a\ 



rms .*{01 Locust. 
Francis Joseph, contractor, res 



rms 



.20 th; 



se cor 



Francis Jqhn, driver), 

Francis ave. 
Francis Jo^in, wks EL jMutcljlal & $oii, 



8 el 



so 



estm 
)(i Vi 



Cc, res 



al- 
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W) 



lOtlj 



Cpty IjJiir- 



Francis Jobeph, bkbindei; Cartjer||^ Ifus- 
sey,' bds llJKi Lyon- 



WHOLESALE 



412 



13:(iLyoii. 



HAY. 



W. 7th Street. 'Rhode. 68l. 



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Frank 

Frank faarir., , 
FiEnkfeaUi} 
• If r 'b#'7)7 
tfratikljos 
I^raik ^osfe 
Fraatf !$imo 
tfija^k Vyjd 



pe. 



j ilege 
ffiafckhr.: pi 

Lylon 
i pajnklii. 
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Ifr|ajritz|(ft 
bdjrl 
t Frjajntz! Frai 
?/ r rW4|2" 

Iftaptz Lc 
HianJ-'Sli 

Fijajrjz priri 
re^ itli 
Ftjajnz 

Itanz' l-'feter 
Frajse 13 iiij 



veiti 



Fra.se Har 



* Frase N W, 

1018 q 

Fias^r, \ee\ 

Fiaser I) li, 

| ies, jres 
Fiajz^Ira 
. Frazter, see 



'* 



razierGeo 



jazier 



11 
Hi 



iirri; bli 

ucine 
521 



tuden 
pressjiik 

fruit, 1QLB 4th, 



mi: 



3C 

2t 
a 
54 



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vh 



■•i | depot, * 953 91^ 




.5r'.:ihin. C S|t F ( & K'C 



t3gh547C^h ave.! | 
j: -deir Staie Bindery, ' J 



(Mv DfiMJLiBun-;| 



;qu 



|1IBI(!T(KyJ 



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turnitirt! oOG 

bds G rafef e Housei 

, istud^tlmighiarid. Pk Col- 

,i pe<l dr, res- 323 e Grand » 

i | ' ! ! . ■ • ( ■ I ' '■■'** 



ptudfen|flighlandiPkCoH 



ine^ Qarver Miriel res 1421 j 

ool f 'jj-yclia A Bprger -'princi- 
s e Icor Idrocker. • | • ;* • 

sj.'lj ira^agt; Behn' & Young', 

If; ste{v^rd Sdvery House, 



1 : 1 

>rac 



£orgej ;S,'.,-Mngr 
1540 8th!:'- ! 



,'cik 



.on tractor and builder, 



fob 



i rrns|tl9t r 

rjazier Mai 1 

rjazier Matji 

Fiazipip 



J T |ear $ik 
Fteberg ' 



Ml* ra. 



'tH 




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Jocusjt. 
kvjid I^Wis), res ll|3 13th. 

i kl M : h iuer^nan &! Bro, res 



;l 



ighland Pk College. 
! MisiiiM-EKight, 



rrns same, 
alnut; 



I 



i , 



Behn' i& 



Ff'ICKLES 



F m tiwx[\ Frank', wks Capital City Wcioleij 
1 1 ■ Mi l;f res Chesterfield. •'■]■ 

Ij feDeirj; justaf, -tailor David Goldman, 
I rss 71 i Cherry. " | j' L 



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F -eel 



:ei:rj[ei 



F 
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Hi-els 



raii4]2 4th. •■ , / 
watch mall, res> fil 5 e so 5m 

W.barbefMth, nw cor Locustj 
rd,ne ox Franz. ' , ■ • » 

smovec to Chicagb, 111. 
ib, res vvj '< bso luth.rir Riverl 
jHjip B,^ ;raY agt Easterly Har 1 - 
^^achihn Co, r6s i$H 9th,. 
^ ' " A & N'WRy freight) | 



F 

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F 



6 



res 



■a ! Fr<ti)zer\ ana Prettier. 

avag; Capital Ci^y Nurser-! 

^ona, lkj| . 

jbwelcr fes 1015 e^l2th. 

'm Fhizex and FfASer. 

|e l: S,M:j;ry res/81 4*dth ave_ 
^lk,i drive- Ewing & Jewett, . 
and W akl ingtonl l 
lab £ ten ille ' Pljurr bing Co. 

dijacherJjriisSUCth ] 
stdp^r Kramer Crrriage 



• i 



2^0|e6th 



lab, res n s| Fjnglish, 



rec 
ec 



F :ec 

F red 



lied 



r'fe 



I'lTBi 



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ITAL 



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hi 

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alio Skr Afgkts 

i..L A B D ■! ' 
>n Shutters. 

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Mi 

Dfirj; 

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B 



James. L, cigarimkr F W Voung- 
, rjes;i()8 llti'J . | 

ttv cklfosepli, millwright Kerfoo Bros, 
y,52i |Jdi. -;, T i- 



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it 



I "eied 

m 

feci 

reed 

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-3 anfaah C,, phy jician, 430 fe! Lo- 
res js^trne. '. \ 
(tonracl,) cigarm^r F W Yo|ujger- 
mal'iJ res 1157 13th. 

Iknr^!dyer]423 ^d, res 121 J,ocust 
ri 3 ! 7 r£ jik, bils L a)te a ve, n w cor 
ftu«;j 2 1. j f 
rijC c Jam 
e!fri? r , re 
c 

r cl: fyl^ry D, physlrjian, 52 f l id,, re 
fefiirie: ■ j .!' ' .. j|- | '■ 'r-! \ 

iv cl: Kaiy S, . p-incipal Gak-f^elc" 
$cioo}, pds Sabin 1 puse. • | 

rick Qrlan^oC, cc n'ductor C Bt P & 

:*C,[F:yJres«0Tf7th i| ! 

ricK!,on Ifrqderick |C ( la'bW A fettle 

e:i0jr)asd 10th. 

.jri:kjion. Gustavus \ t \vks O l| I^ar 
i^oi, 'ids Hawkeye House 

i 'ill Jafcob'T, briclininfr Eastern ave 
in AMabteti R R;, re^ViH Wes . ( . 

ri?ill JaWs M, brickmntr I astern 
Siva. |r of Wabash I : R, res 128 Wust. 

l|K;edrigiIl Jessie, bds G|>uld, su cop Bel 
m )h|t. 
v.jbi;rg, [osephine, student jiighlind J 3 k 

boi(rJCti|arles, phot«>g L H Freeborn 

boif Elmer E,' agt,! rims 513 e locust 

eborr Lee- H, photo| ; 
l(|l0.id!'.i; | j • " 

Ba'ineit, tray agt, 

James W, barber G W Lewtdriirm 

1.1 ft n. , . ;.;,' 

Lptta, seamstress ' jres C09 e fthi 

nan see Friedmhri u 

sc. also' Erie I. 

Al en'i la|j, res 52),e2d. 
Al iia, .aU'-res 52( e ^cl 
Claries W, lab, r^s 405c so $t 
and La'ry stu'denj, rms 2315* 



Wm 1 



4^17 Wah ut, res 
jres G0j) Ly()n 

f 




STONE, 



W.& 



I.g" ,268 FRE | DE8 MOINES c 






909 West 



80 



Moines StpiQ iaJd 1 

ltd Street. 



t> 



TY DIRECTORY. 



Des Moines Piano Co. 

! (Incorporated*) i ! 

1 1 Knabe, Rice-Hinze, Schaeffer 

^ i2 And Othej Pianos. j 

%~ All Kinds of Musical Merchandise. 

«° *07 W. Walnut St., I i( 

Opposite Kirkwood Hous'o. 



)■> .r-* 



$8 £ 



Freeland-Loorrils Co, Propr's Con^ 
tinental Clothing House, B O Hanger 
Mngr, Walnut, s\v cor (ith ave. ](.SVv| 
pap 136.) - ! I ;j 

Freeland James, miner, bds Wilbur,! swj 
cor A. . j \ ,; j 

Freeman Alva W, hackman, res North", ue\ 
cor 22d. | i ■ i 

Freeman Charles L, died ^f. ay 11th, jlte. 

Freeman Frank, removed 1 to St Louis 1 , jvio, 
^Freeman George, barber, bcls l'l lUth. j 

Freeman George R, barber jL C Miller, 

bds Mun'gers European Hotel. ' I 
' Freeman, George W, fireman |C St P &t K 
C Ry, res foot 11th. 1 ! | 

Freeman Jennie, dressmkr, 11") 12th. | 

Freeman Jennie B (\\\d Charles), res ill;") 
■ 12th. , • J 

Freeman Linsey, res 1315 North. 

Freeman Lizzie, dressmkr, njs 1110 12th. 

Freeman L C, res r 1315Nortn. 

Freeman Tanzy, res 1$1 "> Noilth. 



& P 



Ry 



xls 



w s 2j0th» 




r!es! 13121 



2d 




Freeman William, agt,C R 

.1433 Grand lave 
Freestone Benjajmin, lab, res 

s of Nourse 'pi. . 

Freestone Maria, (wid Zacharia), res lit th, 

se cor Francis ave. ' j j ; 

Freestone Willirim H, brick 1 mkr, res £ s 

5th, 2d n of New York ave 
Freet Sherman, student Capital 1 City Com- 
mercial College, rms 71(1 Mulbierry 
French Arthur ' P. wood j |vkr Kratjzer 

Carriage Co, res 1310 Walnut 
French Charles (p, teacher, 

13th, 
French Charles M, teacher, 

13th. ! , 

French Eugene G, fireman C 

res 10U>-e i»t<i. 
French Frank A, 

twp 78 r 24. 
French George \V, carp la Iron and Brass 

Wks, bds Monitor Housd. 
French Isaac R, sawyer, rip$ 022 Gr4nd 

_j ave - 

French Jonathan P, printer, lb State Regis- 
ter, res 802 2&. . , 
French Louisa R res 821) 3r 



e 



res 1812i/ a 

i ! - 
R I & P Ry. 



gardeoer, n\v Vt sec 



21 : 



1 



WESTERN 



French Mamie, 
\ ClapplBlk. 
French Marguerite 

• '■ ave, 
French Maud, 



FBI 



steirjogkingBridkcb, 4^'' 



\, TBS 2d, 



student I 



J lege. |\ . j ■ ' ■[ 
French Noah, res 18( 



Hidhlaatf 



e clor Ovic ' 



French l^okh, res 1^01 Washington ave 
French Pearl, studdnt Highland 

;! le 8 e - '\ l 11 ||. v-.rL 

Fresch Lena G, milliner Chas E 

! 1 Brq,| res 1.-J33 Lyon 
Freshwater George |VV, 



Co.jfeslMf) Capitol ave 
)hn, tailor, oyer 407 



!>kpr Sihgi