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THE FARM JOURNAL ILLUSTRATED 

RURAL DIRECTORY 



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BROOME COUNTY 



1917 



NEW YORK 

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1922 




Bkodme CoiNTY Court House. Binghamtom. > .cK 



Published by WILMER ATKINSON COMPANY 

PUBLISHERS OF THE FARM JOURNAL 

Washington Square. Philadelphia 



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REYNOLDS HfSTORiCAL 
GENEALOGY COLLECTION 



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THOMAS B. MERCHANT LAWRENCE O. WAITE 

LESLIE J. WAITE 



Merchant, Waite & Waite 

Attorneys and Counselors-at-Law 

1101-3 Kilmer Building 

BINGHAMTON NEW YORK 

Phone 403 



WALES & MEAGHER 

ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW 

306 PHELPS BUILDING 
BINGHAMTON, NEW YORK 



B. ROGER WALES 
FREDERICK J. MEAGHER 



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RURAL DIRECTORY 



The Citizens Bank 

Of Binghamton, N. Y. 

Stone Opera House Bldg. 33 Chenango St. 

A bank that invites all to take advantage 
of its facilities. If confronted with some 
financial problem, talk it over with our offi- 
cers. They will be glad to advise you. 

Farmers' Checking Accounts 

Are especially invited. The farmer, no less 
than the city business man, needs the conven- 
ience and protection of a Checking Account. 

Interest Accounts 

We pay 3% per cent, compounded twice 
annually. Every member of the family 
should have an Interest Account. 



PRESIDENT— George A. Kent 
VICE-PRESIDENT— Charles D. Matthews 
CASHIER— Walter A. Lester 



When In Binghamton, Make Us a Visit 



BROOME rOXTNTY 



Fred. Knickerbocker 

DEALERS IN 

Groceries, Farm & Garden Seeds, 

Wall Paper, Gents' Furnishing, 

Boots & Shoes 

BELL TELEPHONE No. 83 
MAIN STREET UNION, NEW YORK 



Johnson City Publishing Company 

WILLIAM H. HILL, President 

Johnson City, New York 

PUBLISHERS AND PRINTERS 
Complete Catalog Builders 

DESIGNING, ILLUSTRATING, EMBOSSING, BINDING 
Publishers of the 

Johnson City-Endicott Record 

The largest weekly newspaper of it class in New 

York State 



RURAL DIRECTORY 



THOS. A. MacCLORY. Pres. J. D. BRUNNER, Jr.. Secy. & Treas. 

We Build Homes 



— AND— 



Sell the materials to build them with 



COAL and WOOD 
ENDICOTT iri^ CO. 

{Incorporated IQ02) 

Yard: Clark Street Office: 23 Washington Avenue 

ENDICOTT, N. Y. 



You Need Insurance 
I Want the Business 
Lef s Get Together 

Thos. A. MacClory 

The "Here to Stay" Agency 
UNION, N. Y. 



BROOME COUNTY 



Established 1878 $1-50 per Year 



The Windsor Standard 

B. W, RUSSELU Publisher 

WINDSOR, NEW YORK 



Fine Job Printing Advertising Rates 

Our Specialty on Application 

ALBERT MANWARREN, President CAPITAL $25,000 L. H. ENGLISH, Vice President 

H. S. WILLIAMS, Vice President SURPLUS $2,500 HARVEY SIMS, Cashier 

No. 9415 

WINDSOR NATIONAL BANK 

WINDSOR, NEW YORK 



Take a careful man's word for it. Your money is your 
best friend — Put it in the Bank. 



You have heard all of your life that "Your money is 
your best friend." 

If you are letting your money slip away from you, 
stop it. 

You can stop it if you will. You want to be inde- 
pendent. The only way you can become so is to 
bank your money. 

We pay 3% interest BANK WITH US 



THE FARM JOURNAL ILLUSTRATED 



RURAL DIRECTORY 



OF 



BROOME COUNTY 



NEW YORK 



(With a Complete Road Map of the Count}) 




Copyright, 1917 
By Wilmer Atkinson Company 



PUBLISHED BY 
WILMER ATKINSON COMPANY 



PHILADELPHIA 

1917 



BROOME COUNTY 



LOOSE MONEY 



The farmer knows that his seed 
must be planted if he would reap 
a harvest. The loose money you 
have stored away in the house is 
like unplanted seed — // yields 
nothing. 

Why not deposit it in this 
Bank, where it will yield 
an income for you? 



Chenango Valley Savings Bank 

BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 

You can bank with us safely by mail 



RURAL DIRECTORY 




A Popular Watering Place. 



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BROOME COUNTY 

SOME FACTS AND FIGURES 

BROOME COUNTY, with a total of 4,017 farms in an area .>• 
705 square miles, is distinctly a farm county. More than 91 per 
cent, of the entire area of the county is in its farms, and more 
than 72) per cent, is under cultivation. The farms arc, as a rule. 
of more than average size, about 6 per cent, being- under ten acres. They 
are almost, without ' exception, profitable and correspondingly valuable. 
The farmers, as a class, are the most prosperous folks in the county. 
Tji view of the number of farms, that is in itself a statement of the 
wealth of this section. 

The farm population of Broome Count\- is almost exclusively native- 
born white. 

It is interesting to note the number of farms in the county operated 
by their owners. Of this class there are 3,301, or ^2 per cent. One 
thousand, seven hundred and eighty-three, or 54 per cent, of them are 
reported free of mortgage debt. This is an exceptionally large per- 
centage. Of the balance, the remarkably low mortgage indebtedness of 
only 36 per cent, of the entire valuation is carried. I'.ven in tlie absence 



BROOME COUNTY 



International Time Recording Co* of New York 

ENDICOTT, N. Y. 

The largest manufacturers in the world of 

Card Time Recorders Dial Time Recorders 

Electric Self- Winding Master Clocks 
Cost Recorders Secondary Clocks 

Atttograph Recorders 
Time Stamps Key Recorders 

Recording: Door Locks Program Devices 

, Time Recording Mechanisms and Supplies of All Kinds 

International Time Recording Co* of New York 

Home Office and Works: ENDICOTT, N. Y. 

Offices in AH Principal Cities 



p. „„^^ J Office 1218-W 
Phones I Residence 868-J 

DR. E. W. CLEVELAND 

OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN 



Hours: 9 to 5 505 Press BIdg. 

Evenings by 
Appointment BINGHAMTON, N.Y. 



Osteopathic Literature Sent Upon Request 



RURAL DIRECTORY 



of Other statistical figures, these mortgage statements alone would indicate 
exceptional prosperity among liroome County farmers. 

The largest single crop, and the one produced most generally through- 
out the entire county, is potatoes, of which 708.114 bushels were pro- 
duced in 1910, a notably bad crop year, but the latest for which authori- 
tative figures are available. Following closely on this for quantity is 
oats, with a total of 278,170 bushels; corn comes next, with 8.S,215 
bushels. The combined total value of these three crops was in excess 
of over three million dollars. 

Everywdiere is an atmosphere of hard work. Everyone takes work 
seriously and as a matter of course. There is no false pride about it, aiid 
no failure to realize its importance and its necessity. Ricli farmers' wives 
and sons and daughters take pride in their fine butter, their eggs, their 
vegetables, their chickens and their stock. The relations between the 
people of the farms and the people of the county seat are most cordial. 
The farmers deposit their savings in the local banks, and deal in the local 
stores. 

This directory is published in the belief that it will serve to acquaint 
the residents of one end of the county with those of the other. We believe 
it to be accurate. We realize, however, that even in the most carefully 
compiled and printed books certain errors are bound to appear, and we 
apologize in advance for any such that may l)e found by our subscribers. 




BB.0OME ('OUNTY 




L. B. UNKEFER, Manager 



Phone 115 



LIGHT-UNKEFER 

LUMBER 

West North Street, Endicott, N. Y. 
HOUSES FOR RENT AND SALE 



Timbers 

Frame Stock 

Sheathing 

Boards 

Roofers 

Shiplap 

Roof Lath 

Oak Flooring 

Fir Flooring 

Pine Flooring 

Rift Flooring 

K" Ceiling 

5/^" Ceiling 

3^" Ceiling 

White Pine Bevel Siding 

Novelty Siding 

Wood-Brick Siding 

Stucco Lath 

Hemlock Lath 

Spruce Lath 

Red Cedar Shingles 

Asphalt Slate Shingles 

Vulcanite Shingles 



Slate Strip Shingles 


Lime 


Pine Cornice 


Plaster 


Cypress Cornice 


Upson Board 


Clear Mouldings 


Armor Board 


Clear Porch Stock 


Plaster Board 


Chestnut Trim 


Sheathing Paper 


Oak Trim 


Rubber Roofing 


Cypress Trim 


Slaters' Felt 


N. C. Pine Trim 


Paint 


Frames 


Varnish 


Doors 


Porch Columns 


Front Doors 


Porch Posts 


Cupboard Doors 


Porch Balusters 


Windows 


Stair Rail— Oak 


Leaded Lights 


Oak Stair Newels 


Cut-up Windows 


Oak and Chestnut Balusters 


Mirror Doors 


Wide Boards 


Sash Weights 


Fence Posts 


Sash Cord 


Clothes Poles 


Brick 


Arbor Posts 


Sewer Tile 


Interior Mouldings 


Cement 


Kindling Wood 




Shavings 



RURAL DIRECTORY 



SECURITY GARAGE, Inc. 

SIMON G. FANCHER, Mgr. 

Automobiles, Tires, Oil and Gasoline for sale. 
Washing Cars and Storage a Specialty. 

Cor. Exchange and Hawley, Binghamton, N. Y. 



The LaAvrence Paint Co. 

115 Court St, Binghamton, N. Y. 
108 Main St., Johnson City, N. Y. 

We carry a full line of The Sherwin Williams Paints, Varnishes, Lead 
Oil, Brushes, Glass and Ladders. Also a full line of Painters supplies. 

D. L. & W. Scranton Anthracite 



THE STANDARD COAL 



Established 
1854 



We Guarantee Satisfaction 

CHARLES McKINNEY COMPANY 

143-147 Henry Street, Binghamton, N. Y. 



GOOD WORK and not GUESS WORK— THINK IT OVER 

Who takes the most care to see if your work is done Teeth extracted 

the best and with the least pain, the doctor who owns by the best known 

the office or his assistants? You are allowed on your methods 

new plate all you pay for extracting. No charge made for safe and harm- 

for treatment of any tooth that is to have a — Gold less extraction. 

Crown, Logan Crown, Pivot Tooth, Richmond Crown, I DO MY 

Half Richmond or for teeth extracted for Bridge work. OWN WORK 

Dr. H. Walter Tayntor ^'^^^^^^'^''j^.^pHone ,^,l^^»^^^^^'^-^- 



BROOME COUNTY 



BINGHAMTON 

MOTOR CAR CO. 

W. G. FAATZ, Proprietor 

Dod^e, Buick, Marmon 

and 
Mitchell 

PLEASURE CARS 



Buick, Federal 
Menominee and Mack 

TRUCKS 

195-197-199 Water St. 

Bin£(hamton N. Y. 



EURAL DIRECTORY 



INDEX TO ADVERTISERS 



NAME I'.t'SIXBSS TOWN PAGE 

Allen, John 11 Reos and Chickons Maine 17") 

American Poultry Advocate Syracuse . . 14 

Arlington Hotel Binghamton . . . . . . . . . ". '. 252 

Armstrong, W. C Physician and Surgeon Windsor 231 

Askin-Marine Co ( 'lothiers Binghamton 193 

Atlas Coal and Supply Co Binghamton ' '. 171 

Auchinachie. Alex Plumber Binghamton 232 

Austin Trunk Shop Leather Goods Binghamton 222 

Axtell, P. J Veterinarian Binghamton 204 

Babcock, Hinds «& Underwood. Hardware Binghamton 175 

Baker, Dr. A. W Veterinary Surgeon Binghamton 250 

Baker's Garment Shop Binghamton ''45 

Ballard. J. W., Co Building Material Binghamton 252 

Barnard, E. A Cigar Manufacturer Binghamton 191 

Barnes & McHenry Lawyers Binghamton 176 

Bartlett & Co lAimber and Builders' Supplies. Binghamton 252 

Barton, H. A Ice Cream Manufacturer Windsor 290 

Baumann, P. J Real Estate and Insurance. . . Binghamton 234 

Baxter, S. .T Flour and Feed Hooper 202 

Bell, J. J., Seed Co Deposit 280 

Benedict, J. N., Co \uto Dealers Binghamton 181 

Bennett. L. P Groceries Windsor 213, 280 

Binghamton Bridge Co., Inc Binghamton .... Back Fly Leaf 

Binghamton Ice Cream Co Binghamton 282 

Binghamton Light, Heat and 

Power Co Binghamton 252 

Binghamton Motor Car Co. . . Auto Dealers Binglwvmton xii 

Binghamton Optical Co , Binghamton 8 

Binghamton Press and Leader. Newspaper Binghamton . . . Fourth Cover 

Binghamton Savings Bank Binghamton 182 

Binghamton Seed Co Binghamton 250 

Binghamton Shoe and Rubber 

Co Binghamton 2 

Binghamton Sonora Pono- 
graph Co Biugliamton 278 

Binghamton Taxicab Co Binghamton 180 

Bishop, Junius F Cabinet Maker Binghamton 188 

Blackmer, L. E. & M. W Chiropractors Binghamton 190 

Blackstone Motor Co Autos Binghamton 179 

Blanchard, John H Coal Binghamton . . . .Tliird Cover 

Bowes, A. L., Co Binghamton 250 

Brown, C. K Druggist Deposit 200 

Brown, John A Real Estate and Insurance. . . Johnson City 185 

Brown, R. O Furniture and Undertaking. . Deposit 250 

Brown, Kent & Jackson Lum- 
ber Co. . . Binghamton 290 

Buell, A. A Barber Windsor 182 

Bull, F. D Shoes Binghamton 12 

Byrnes & Mangan Insurance P.ingliamton 222 

Carl, Leslie E Jeweler Deposit Back Fly Leaf 

Carlton, The Hotel Binghamton 220 

Carter, Fred P Jeweler Binghamton 12 

Carver, Jas. IL, Co., Inc. ... Second-hand Furniture Binghamton 290 

Case & Smith Flour and Feed Center Village 219 

Casev. E. M Cattle Breeder Binghamton 270 

Central Barber Shop Binghamton 200 

Chamberlain. Eugene Gardener Binghamton 218 

Chase, W. R Furniture and Undertaking. . Windsor 244 

Chenango Valley Savings 

Bank Binghamton vi 

Citizens Bank of Binghamton Binghamton i 

Clark, O. E Flour and Feed Binghamton 203 

Clear View Heights Co.. Inc. . Real Estate Bingliamton 278 

Cleveland, Edw. W Osteopath P.inghamton vlil 

xiii 



BROOME COUNTY 



CALL SWEET'S TRUCK SERVICE 

TO HAUL YOUR 

FARM PRODUCE 

HOUSEHOLD GOODS 

ANY SORT OF FREIGHT 

IN ANY DIRECTION 

Also MOREY'S MOTOR LIVERY 

The Overland Heavy Six, MOST COMFORTABLE 
7 passenger car in the livery business — takes you any- 
where at any time— at a reasonable price. 

3405-W Binghamton, N. Y., and Both Phones, Windsor, N. Y. 



Eagle Hotel 

S. p. QUICK, Proprietor 

Fireproof Garage Attached 



Manufacturer of and Dealer in 
ALL KINDS OF 



MILLS AT 

Windsor, McClure, Occanum, 

Damascus, Center Village, 

Marsh Pond, Ouaquaga & Edsbn, N.Y. 

and Lanesboro and Poyntelle, Pa. 



S. P. QUICK 

LUMBER 

Mining Supplies of any Description 

Furnished on Demand 

WINDSOR, N.Y. 



EURAL DIEECTORY 



INDEX TO ADVERTISERS— Con/un^.i 

NAME BUSINESS TOWN p.^.iK 

Clover Dale Farms Co Creamerv Binghamton -^i? 

Coleman, A. L.. & Son Flour and Feed BinShamton ^7«- 

Collier, H C & Sons Chemicals ; Binghamton ::::::::::: In( 

Conkhn. E \\., & Son Seeds Binghamton -^5 

Cornell, ^. T . ,1 ndertaker Binghamton . . ' ' 011 

Courier-Journal Co Publishers Deposit ^00 

Cream Dove Mfg. Co.. Inc. . . Shortening .' Binghamton -"io 

Crisman, C. H Groceries and Meats Deposit 910 

Crocker & Ogden Co ..... Binghamton ■.'.Back' Fly'Leaf 

Crowley's Milk Co Dairy Products Binghamton . 198 

Dailey Brothers Carriages. Wagons and Agri- 
cultural Implements ...... owego . 180 

Darling, C. S Wholesale Meats Binghamton i S7 

Darrow, Tracy E .Jeweler Binghamton o'-'i 

Davis', A. L., Son Farm Implements Binghamton Third'Cover 

Decker, Chas. S Dentist Binghamton . 100 

DeGroat, Henry Edward (General Merchandise .Tohnson Citv ' '^or, 

Demeree, Geo. F., & Son. . . . General Merchandise Ilarpursville in-' 

Denning, Wm Department Store Whitney Point "l-"' 

Deposit Hardware Co ." I )eposit .... '>! 5 

I>eposit Lumber Co 1 )pposit "cii 

Deposit Seed Co Deposit '.'. \ '.'.'.'.'.'. '. 104 

Derby, .Tas. L 1 »ruggist lohnson City X 20.^ 

Diamond Optical (?o .Manufacturers Binghamton 2fiO 

Dibble, Bert J Bath-o-torium Binghamton T84 

Donnelly Hotel, Tbe Binghamton -^fiO 

Dyer, W. E (Groceries Maine 212 

East Side Mercantile Co ... . General Merchandise Windsor 207 

Economy Auto Co fiarage Windsor .• ^06 

Economy Coal Co . Binghamton '. 104 

Edson's Sanitary Quick Lunch Deposit 2.'{.S 

Empire Grain & Elevator Co. Fhnir and Feed Binghamton . . . . !.. .172, 173 

F^mpire State Truck Corpora- 
tion Binghamton 196 

Endicott-.Johnson Co Shoe Manufacturers Johnson Citv Bolt 

Endicott Lumber and Box Co. Lumber and Building 

^Materials Endicott iii 

English's Pharmacy Windsor 2.S.". 

Ely, S. Mills, Co Wholesale Groceries Binghamton 2(18 

Excelsior Clothing Co ? Binghamton 196 

Fair Store, The Department Store Binghamton 2t>0 

Farley, Tracy Real Estate Binghamton !."> 

Farmers National Bank Deposit lO:; 

Farmers National Bank i Union 191 

First National Bank Binghamton 276 

Flory -Williamson Co Pianos Binghamton 2.31 

Frost, Wm. R Poultry : Johnson City 285 

Gaylord & Eitapenc Co Heating Contractor Binghamton 302 

Georgiana Hotel, The Binghamton 176 

Gilmore, A. L Engineer Binghamton 20.'{ 

Globe Store . Dry Goods J^.inghamton 2 

Gorman, James E . t 'oal Binghamton 211 

Griffin House Furnishing Co Binghamton 28.". 

Griswold, R. R Lumber Binghamton 22.") 

Handrick, J. B I-'urniture lohnson City 2S»0 

Harding, W. F Wterinarian I'.inghamton 248 

Hastings, Daniel Hotel I'.inghamton •■t<l4 

Hayes, R. M., & Sou (leneral Merchandise Conklin LSI, 21. "t 

Haynes, C. D Grocer Deposit 21.": 

Hennessey, H. J Vttorney Binghamton 107 

Henwood, J. M., & Co Jewelers Binghamton 2S6 

Hill, C. L Ice Cream Binghamton 20:5 

Hills, McLean «& Haskins. . . . Department Store P.inghamton.Sec bottom of page 

Horton, E. E Horse and Cattle Breeder lohnson City 274 

Horton, C. G General Store , Chenango Bridge 212 

Hotchkin Real Estate Binghamton 280 

Hotchkiss, C. F Cattle Breeder I'.inghamton 180 

Hotchkiss Lock Metal Form Co r.iughamton 221 

Hotel Bennett Binghamton 248 

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INDEX TO ADVERTISERS— Con/znt^^d 

XAXIE BUSINESS TOWN PAGE 

Hotel Edwards Blnghamton ''17 

Hotel Endisbire Hotel Binghamton 2S0 

Hotel Windsor Windsor ' -lob 

Howard, Claude R Cattle Breeder Binghamton .' ^48 

Hulbert. N. A Butter and Eggs Windsor .' 188 

ITumiston, A. A., & Son Contractors and Builders. . . . Xineveh 214 

Huntington, H. E (irocer McClure Settlement '.".'. '. '. 212 

Hyer, Wm. A Garage and Auto Repairing. . Xineveh 289 

International Time Record- 
ing Co. Kndicott viii 

Jackson, C. A., Horticultural 

Co Civil and Landscape Engineers. Binghamton 203 

.Tameson-Boyce Co Wholesale Grocers Binghamton 248 

Jenkins. A., & Co Groceries and Feed Sanitaria Springs. .....'. 212 

Jewell, Burton E Bicycles and Motorcycles. . . . Binghamton 184 

Johnson City Pub. Co ". Johnson City ii 

Jordan, F. L., & Co Gents' Furnishings Binghamton " 10 

Keach, S. W Auto Repairing Ilarpursville 224 

Kellam, M. & J. B., Co Tea, Coffee and Spices Binghamton 242 

Kilpatrick, I. S General Merchandise Cbehango Forks 206 

King, Hiram Baked Goods Whitney Point 212 

Kingsle.v, L. J., Co Hardware and Auto Supplies. Binghamton 40 

Knickerbocker, Fred General Merchandise T'nion ii 

Kocak, Jacob Hotel Binghamton .'504 

Konechney, Emery Paints and Wall Paper Binghamton 220 

La France Garage Co Binghamton 20.5 

Lauder, Isaac, & Son Marble and Granite Binghamton 224 

Lawrence Paint Co Binghamton xi 

Lewis, M. E Heating Contractor Binghamton 286 

Lewis, Frank, & Son General Contractors Harpursville 274 

Light & L'nkeefer Lumber Endicott x 

Lincoln. Chas. E Chicken Breeder Maine 2.58 

Livingston, M.' J Grocer Windsor 21 o, 286 

Long's, Inc Cloaks and Suits Binghamton .-.Back Fly Leaf 

Loomis. A. L Lewis Hotel Binghamton 294 

Lowell, Jones & Bally Co. . . . Jewelry Binghamton 226 

Lyons Stock Farm Cattle Breeders Windsor 236 

MacClory, Thos. A Insurance Union iii 

McDevitt Bros Undertakers Binghamton .303 

McGuire. Dr. F. J Osteopath Binghamton 303 

McKinney & Co Agricultural Implements. 

Hardware and Groceries. . . Binghamton 300 

McKinne.v, Chas., Co Coal Binghamton ." xi 

McLean & Burnett Lawyers Binghamton 207 

McManamy & Rodman House Furnishings, Lighting, 

etc Binghamton 6 

Maddock, M. E Lumber Binghamton 254 

Mallery, T. R Shoes and Men's Furnishings. Windsor 1"7 

Mangan, John H Attorney Binghamton 222 

Manwarren, G. A Insurance Windsor 258 

Manwarren, H. W (Groceries. Hardware and Auto 

Supplies Windsor 174, 213 

Marcy, John, Jr Lawyer Binghamton 303 

Matthews, I. S Agricultural Implements .... Binghamton 174 

May, S. A Insurance and Real Estate. . . Whitney Point 286 

Mealy, J. E Undertaker Binghamton 258 

Meeker, A. L General Store Windsor 258 

Merchant, Waite & Waite \ttornevs Binghamton .... Second Cover 

Merrill, Edwin W Shoes Binghamton 304 

Mersereau. Lee Real Estate and Insurance. . . Binghamton 210 

Metrus. John Hotel Binghamton 285 

Millard, R. B., Co Motor Trucks Binghamton 2.54 

Miller & CafEertv I'ndertakers Binghamton 232 

Minor. A. P., & Son Hardware and Plumbing Deposit 22|i 

Moffitt's, B. O., Sons Autos Binghamton 303 

Moon & Co., Inc Millers Binghamton 19« 

Moran, J. H Hotel Deposit 237 



BROOME COUNTY 




The original pressure 
cured boot. One solid 
piece of tough, wear- 
resisting rubber. 
Specially constructed 
to give the longest wear 
and greatest comfort. 
All first-class stores sell 
Arrow Boots. 



Wholesale Distributors 

BINGHAMTON SHOE & RUBBER CO. 

162-164 Water St., BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 



THE GLOBE STORE IS 

EXCLUSIVE 

IN THIS RESPECT— HAS NO BAD ACCOUNTS 

AS IT 

Buys for CASH— Sells for CASH 

It claims to save the customer 

From 10% to 25% on Merchandise 

The Popular Dry Goods House 



Globe Store 



161 Washington St. 
BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 



E. W. PARSONS 
Manager 



RURAL DIRECTORY 



INDEX TO ADVERTISERS— Con^inw^^ 

NAME BUSINESS TOWN PAGE 

Moriarity, Martin J Funeral Director and Em- 

- , „ „ ... cu"^*^^""®^ • liinghamton 294 

Morse & Herrick, Inc Shoes Binghamton . . '^54 

Mosher, C. H Furniture and Undertaker Deposit 'M-? 

Moulton, Fred L Taxi Line ' Maine . IsH 

Mulford, D. G Undertaker Binghamton ''.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 254 

Xash, Mrs. Chas. H Poultry Breeder Johnson City '>93 

Nash & Marean. . Insurance and Real Estate. . . Binghamton' oio 

Nelson, Wadsworth & ~^^ 

Alexander Insurance and Real Estate. . . Binghamton ^On 

Neville, J. R Real Estate Binghamton . . ' " ^se 

New Crandall Hotel Binghamton . . ^56 

Newell & Truesdell Co Wholesale Grocer.s Binghamton ' ' 210 

Newing, Dr. Judson S Optometrist Binghamton . -'.50 

New McDonald Hotel Binghamton '^IS 

New York Sales Co., The .... Autos Binghamton 180 

Odell Bros General Merchandise Sanitaria Springs . '>y6 

Offenheiser, S. E Fruit and Pi-oduce Binghamton . . . 204 

Oliver Bros Furniture and Undertaking. . Union . . . 262 

Onderdonk, Genevieve L Insurance Deposit . . . 242 

O'Neill, Geo. L Lawyer Binghamton .......... 177 

Overlook Poultry Farm Whitney Point 262 

Parlor City Furniture Store Binghamton "05 

Parlor City Shoe Co Binghamton '. " 8 

Parsons, Fred W . .' ; . . Creamery Port Dickinson 262 

Perkins & Blakeslee Attorneys Binghamton 215 

Pitcher, Archie R Feed and Grain Maine [ 179 

Pratt Lumber Co Lumber and Masons" Supplies. Binghamton 197 

Prescott Supply Co Plumbing and Heating Binghamton 262 

Quick, Chas. J Druggist .Johnson City 268 

Quick, S. P Hotel and Lumber Windsor xiv 

Rath, Richard F Attorney .Johnson Citv 266 

Rathskeller, The Restaurant Windsor ..." 286 

Republican- Herald Newspaper Binghamton 298 

Richman, A. R Employment Agency Binghamton 201 

Riker & Dann Insurance L^inghamtou 235 

Roberson, A., & Son Lumber Ltinghamton xvi 

Roberts, F. A Undertaker Binghamton 254 

Rogers, T. V Photographer Binghamton 229 

Ronan, Edw. F Lawyer Binghamton 268 

Rose, Edgar O Real Estate and Insurance. . . Binghamton 220 

Russell, J. E Cigar Manufacturer Deposit 178 

Russell-Spaulding Co Wholesale Bakers Binghamton 212, 21:5 

Saleeby, S. J Department Store Binghamton 216 

Samuels Bros Commission Merchants Binghamton 195 

Seaman, F. E Livery Binghamton 22.'? 

Security Garage, Inc Autos Binghamton . . ." xi 

Seymour, L Law.ver Binghamton 187 

Simpkins, E. I Hardware Windsor 195 

Simpson, Etta Milliner Windsor ■ 226 

Singer Sewing Machine Co Binghamton 239 

Sisson Bros. & Welden Co. . . . Dry Goods Binghamton 48 

Sleeper, E. C General Merchandise Windsor 268 

Smith, Carl G Optometrist Binghamton 22S 

Smith, Herman D Washing Machines Whitney Point 272 

Smith, S. D Pharmacist Deposit 241 

Solvay Process Co Limestone Syracuse 14 

Southern Tier Pub. Co Publishers Binghamton 298 

Spencer, King W Furniture and Undertaking. . Union 201 

Sprout, F. F Automobiles Binghamton 230 

Stanford Seed Co Wholesale Seeds Binghamton 239 

Stanton, H. A. & C. E Wall Paper and Paints Binghamton 272 

Steefel, Strauss & Connor . . . Clothing Binghamton 2.34 

Stevens, A. D Harness lohnson City 241 

Stevens Bargain House Furniture " iohnson City ' 2.38 

Stevens, Cbas, G Auto Repairing and Supplies . . Windsor 178 

Stevens, Harry F Builders' Supplies Union 243 



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NAME BUSINESS TOWN PAGE 

Stevens, J. R (ioneral Store Windsor : . 266 

Stickly Brandt Furniture Co Jiingliamton 48 

Stickley, Karl B Photograplier Binghamton 230 

Stillson, A. .1 Pliysiclan and Surgeon Windsor 264 

Stone, G. B General Store Corbettsvllle 213 

Strange & Skinner Shoes Binghamton 240 

Sullivan, H. M Restaurant Whitney Point 213 

Sullivan, J. F Groceries Whitney Point 213 

Sweet Brothers .Jewelers and Opticians Binghamton 266 

Sweet, W. D Autos Binghamton 294 

Sweet's Truck Service Auto Livery and Movers Windsor xiv 

Talbott, P. W., & Sons Hides and Wool Binghamton 264 

Tappan, Watson & Son Cattle and Poultry Breeders. . Glen Aubrey 228 

Tayntor, Dr. H. W Dentist Binghamton xl 

Toiley, A. C, & Co Shoes Binghamton 264 

Treadwell, Geo. II Real Estate Bingbamton 186 

Tucker, L. F Department Store Deposit 199 

Twining, F. B General Store Hooper 213 

Tyler, Andrew C. . . Real Estate & Fire" Insurance. Whitney Point 237 

Tymeson Bros General Store Maine 212 

Union-Endicott News Publishers Union 293 

Union Milling Co Union 204 

Universal Motor Co Autos Binghamton 186 

Updike, M. B Harness Binghamton 216 

Van Atta, Ralph Real Estate Endicott 264 

Vavra, Andrew Hotel Binghamton 214 

Wakeman, Chas. H Autos .Tohnson City 296 

Wales & Meagher Attorneys Binghamton . . . Second Cover 

Webb, V. W Chiropractor .Johnson City 235 

Weeks & Dickinson Pianos Binghamton. See bottom of page 

Welsh & Couper Attorneys Binghamton 225 

Whalen, Henry P Printing Bingbamton 233 

The White Feather Poultry 

Farm Poultry Breeders Nineveh 233 

Whitney, W. J Groceries Sanford 213 

Whittemore, A. E Bees Union 202 

Wiley, A. H General Store Ouaquaga 227 

Williams, H. S Attorney Windsor 183 

Willowhurst Hotel Maine 192 

Wilson, Geo. H General Merchandise Union 208 

Windsor Hotel Binghamton 183 

Windsor National Bank Windsor iv 

Windsor Service Station Garage and Livery Windsor 16 

Windsor Standard, The Newspaper Windsor iv 

Wood, Frank Autos Deposit 24 

Woodard, Geo., & Son General Store W. Colesville 212 

Workers Trust Co Banking Johnson City 227 

Young Men's Christian Asso- 
ciation Binghamton 270 

Youngs, J. D . . . . , General Store Port Crane' 212 

Zapoleon's Quality Shop Women's Wear ■. Binghamton , 268 



EURSL DIRECTORY 



Concrete 



Concrete is made by mixing together 
Portland cement, sand and stone (or 
gravel). Various proportions of each 
are used, depending upon the use to 
which the concrete is put. About half 
an hour after mixing these materials 
together, the mass begins to stiffen, 
until, in from half a day to a day, it be- 
comes so hard that you cannot dent it 
with the hand. By a month the mass 
is hard as stone — indeed, harder than 
most stones. The best way to buy 
cement is in cloth sacks. Manufacturers 
charge more for cement in cloth sacks, 
but allow a rebate for the return of 
the empty sacks. A bag of cement 
weighs 95 pounds, and four such bags 
make a barrel of 380 pounds. 

It is important that your stock of 
cement be kept in a dry place. Once 
wet, it becomes hard and lumpy, and 
in such condition is useless. If, how- 
ever, the lumps are caused by pressure 
in the storehouse, the cement may be 
used with safety. Lumps thus formed 
can be easily broken by a blow from 
the back of a shovel. 

In storing cement, throw wooden 
blocks on the floor. Place boards over 
them and pile the cement on the boards, 
covering the pile with a canvas or a 
piece of roofing paper. Never, under 
any circumstances, keep cement on the 
bare ground, or pile it directly against 
the outside walls of the building. 

Do not use very fine sand. If there 
is a large quantity of fine sand handy, 
obtain a coarse sand and mix the two 
sands together in equal parts ; this mix- 
ture is as good as coarse sand alone. 

Sometimes fine sand must be used, be- 
cause no other can be obtained ; but 
in such an event an additional amount 
of cement must be used — sometimes as 
much as double the amount ordinarily 
required. For example, in such a case, 
instead of using a concrete 1 part ce- 
ment, 2j/2 parts sand and 5 parts stone, 
use a concrete 1 part cement, 1J4 parts 
sand and 2j/2 parts stone. 

Besides being coarse, the sand should 
be clean. The presence of dirt in the 
sand is easily ascertained by rubbing a 
little in the palm of the hand. If a 
little is emptied into a pail of water, 
the presence of dirt will be shown by 
the discoloration of the water. This 
can be discovered also by filling a fruit 
jar to the depth of 4 inches with sand 
and then adding water until it is within 



an inch of the top. After the jar has 
been well shaken, the contents should be 
allowed to settle for a couple of hours. 
The sand will sink to the bottom, but 
the mud, which can be easily recognized 
by its color, will fprm a distinct layer 
on top of the sand, and above both will 
be a clear depth of water. If the layer 
of mud is more than one-half inch in 
thickness, the sand should not be used 
unless it is first washed. 

To wash sand build a loose board 
platform from 10 to 15 feet long, with 
one end a foot higher than the other. 
On the lower end and on the sides 
nail a board 2 by 6 inches on edge to 
hold the sand. Spread the sand over 
this platform in a layer three or four 
inches thick, and wash it with a hose. 
The washing should be started at the 
high end and the water allowed to run 
through the sand and over the 2-by-6- 
inch piece at the bottom. A small 
quantity of clay or loam does not injure 
the sand, but any amount over 5 per 
cent. does. 

Great care should be used in the 
selection of the stone or gravel. The 
pebbles should be closely inspected to 
see" that there is no clay on their sur- 
face. A layer of such clay prevents 
the "binding" of the cement. If neces- 
sary, stone or gravel may be washed 
in the same way as above described 
for sand. Dust may be left in the 
crushed stone without fear of its inter- 
fering with the strength of the cement, 
but care should be taken to see that 
such dust is distributed evenly through 
the whole mass, and when dust is found 
in stone, slightly less sand should be 
used than ordinarily. As to the size 
of stone or gravel, this must be de- 
termined by the form of construction 
contemplated. For foundations or any 
large thick structure, use anything from 
^ to 2^ inches in diameter. For thin, 
walls use % to 1-inch stone. The best 
results are obtained by the use of a 
mixture of sizes graded from small to 
large. By this means the spaces be- 
tween the stones or pebbles are reduced 
and a more compact concrete is ob- 
tained. Moreover, this method makes 
it possible to get along with less sand 
and less cement. 

Water for concrete should be clean 
and free from strong acids and alkalies. 
It may be readily stored :» a barrel 



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beside the mixing board and placed on 
the concrete with a bucket. 
• If you are at all in doubt about the 
purity of the water that you contemplate 
using, it would be well to make up a 
block of concrete as a test, and see 
whether the cement "sets" properly. 

For ordinary work a very satisfac- 
tory concrete mixture is 1 part of Port- 
land cement, 2^ parts of clean sharp 
sand, 5 parts of broken stone. In heavy 
foundation work, the quantity of cement 
can be considerably less. The important 
thing is to have the sand and cement 
thoroughly mixed, and to use only 
clean sand. Use only as much water as 
necessary. It is not well to work con- 
crete in freezing weather. 



Cold Storage Without Ice 

Why not have a cold storage room 
somewhere on the farm? Winter apples 
may be kept in such a place until spring, 
thus avoiding the necessity of market- 
ing the fruit at unprofitable times. A 
Pennsylvania farmer has such a place 
built in one part of his barn — a double- 
walled, double-doored, paper-lined space 
wherein he stores many hundred bushel 
crates of selected fruit. He says that 
the main essentials are to keep out heat 
and frost from the room. On cool 
nights he leaves the doors open, shut- 
ting them again when the sun begins 
to warm things up in the morning — the 
idea being to use cold air instead of ice 
for reducing the room's temperature. 
He aims to get the temperature in the 
room as low as possible without freez- 
ing the apples, and then hold it there. 
Night air is cheaper than ice, he says, 
and about as good. 



How to Make and Use a Fireless 
Cooker 

A saver of time, fuel and labor is 
the fireless cook stove, which can be 
made at home, absolutely without ex- 
pense, and, though not adapted to all 
kinds of cooking, answers well for food 
that requires long, slow cooking to soften 
tissues, bring out flavors and conserve 
the juices, such as stews, pot roasts, 
soups, cereals, rice, tapioca, dried fruits, 
vegetables, etc. It consists of a kettle 
of agate or tin, inclosed in a box with 
insulating material between them to pre- 
vent the heat of the kettle from escap- 
ing. Food brought to the boiling point 
over a fire, and inclosed, still boiling, 
continues to cook. This is the whole 



principle. Choose a kettle with tight- 
fitting lid and a box large enough to 
allow six or eight inches of insulating 
material. Line the box, bottom, 'sides 
and hinged-on lid with stout packing 
paper, or several thicknesses of news- 
paper. Make a firm, cylindrical shape 
to fit easily around the kettle and fasten 
a circular bottom to it. This might be 
of asbestos paper, or paper soaked in 
alum water and dried. Then no matter 
how hot the kettle there would be no 
danger of scorching. Fill the bottom of 
the box with packing, which can be of 
cotton, wool, ground cork (in which im- 
ported grapes are packed and which 
grocers are usually willing to give away). 
Hay will answer, but does not pack so 
closely as these. Pack hard to a depth 
of three inches, place the cylinder, con- 
taining the kettle in the middle, '■and 
pack tightly around it, even with the 
top. The insulating material can be 
covered neatly with cloth, or a thin 
board with a round hole in the middle. 
A thick cushion will insulate the space 
between this and the lid, which must be 
fastened down tightly. If desired to 
cook several things at once it is best 
to have two or three such cookers, as 
the box should not be opened after the 
food is put in, except to reheat. Some 
persons prefer using a sort of double 
boiler, the inner kettle, containing the 
food, being placed in a larger one, partly 
filled with hot water. In- this case the 
water in both kettles must be actually 
boiling. An additional vegetable can be 
put in the outside kettle, or water kept 
hot in it for dishwashing. 

Ready-made cookers can be bought, 
but are rather expensive. Some of these 
will also bake and roast by means of 
thick disks of concrete which must be 
made very hot on the stove, then put 
under and over the kettle containing the 
food. The idea might be applied to the 
home-made cooker by heating soapstone 
griddles. These might be heated at the 
same time with a large iron pot. The 
meat or chicken, which should be sea- 
soned, can be put in a kettle, a hot disk 
put in the bottom of the pot, the kettle 
set on this ; the other disk put on top, 
then put the lid on the pot and bury in 
the cooker. The pot, however, should be 
inclosed in asbestos paper to avoid pos- 
sible ignition. It would be interesting 
for each housekeeper to experiment and 
invent improvements on the central idea. 
The time required for cooking vegetables 
varies according to their age and fresh- 



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ness, so only the approximate time neces- 
sary can be given. There is little danger 
of their being overdone, or at least in- 
jured by long cooking, and if under- 
done it is always possible to take out 
the kettle, reheat, and return to the 
cooker, or if needed quickly, to finish on 
the range. 

It is not worth while to use the cooker 
for food that takes but a short time to 
cook, such as corn, spinach, young peas, 
asparagus, etc., since the water for these 
must be brought to the boil anyhow, 
they can as well be cooked on the stove. 
Do not place the kettle next the flame 
but always have a lid under it. 



Onions 



Potatoes 

Five minutes over fire, an hour in 
the box. Potatoes must not be left 
overtime in box or they become watery. 

Rice Pudding 

Mix together in the kettle Yi a cupful 
of rice, a quart of milk, a tablespoonful 
of butter, Yz a cupful of sugar, a little 
salt and grated nutmeg. Boil on stove 
five minutes, in cooker six hours. 

Bread Pudding 

Soak Yz a pint of bread crumbs in a 
pint of milk, add a beaten egg, 2 table- 
spoonfuls of sugar and a pinch of salt. 
Beat with a spoon ; heat on the stove 
till just short of boiling, stirring all the 
time. Put in the cooker an hour and 
serve with vanilla sauce. 

Chicken Fricassee 

Disjoint a chicken, roll in flour and 
brown in a little fat; as the pieces 
brown pack them in the kettle, and make 
•some gravy in the skillet. Put this and 
a little water to cover the chicken. Boil 
twenty minutes, then put in cooker over 
night. 

Boiled Ham 

If wanted for 6 o'clock dinner, put 
ham weighing six pounds in kettle at 
9 a. m. Cover with cold water and 
bring to a boil ; boil briskly fifteen min- 
utes. Put the lid on the kettle when 
it begins to boil and don't take it off 
till it is taken out of the hay box, in 
which it should be put while still boil- 
ing. At 2 o'clock take out, boil up 
again, put in a few cloves and 2 or 3 
peppercorns. At 5.30 take out, skin, 
put in a pan, fat side up, stick in a few 
cloves, sprinkle slightly with sugar and 
plentifully with bread crumbs and bake 
in the oven till well done. 



Of moderate size, boiled ten minutes 
on the range, should be tender after 
four hours in cooker. 

String Beans 

Cut off the strings and slice down the 
middle; give five minutes over the fire, 
four hours in cooker. 

Cauliflower and Young Cabbage 

Five minutes over fire, five hours in 
cooker. 

Cereals started over the fire at sup- 
per time and placed in the box should 
be ready for breakfast with just re- 
heating. Half a cupful of cereal poured 
into three cupfuls of boiling water, with 
a teaspoonful of salt is about the pro- 
portion. 

A fireless cooker can be used for 
things to be kept cold as well as hot. 
Ice cream, if frozen, then packed in a 
kettle with ice and sunk in the box will 
not melt, and butter if put in it cool 
and hard will keep in the same condition, 
as the air is practically excluded. 

Boston Baked Beans 

Soak 2 cupfuls of beans in cold water 
a whole day. At supper time drain, 
cover with fresh water, put over the 
fire and simmer slowly for half an hour; 
pour off the water, scrape a Y\ pound of 
salt pork, cut off a slice and push it 
down through the beans to the bottom 
of the pail ; score the rest and put, 
rind side up, in middle of the beans. 
Mix a teaspoonful of salt, a tablespoon- 
ful each of sugar and molasses, just a 
dust of mustard, a half teaspoonful of 
baking soda and a cupful of boiling 
water. Add enough more water to come 
to the top of the beans. Cover, and boil 
ten minutes ; then put in cooker. In 
the morning reheat for ten minutes, re- 
turn to the box and about half past five 
in the afternoon take out. sprinkle a 
tablespoonful of sugar over the top, 
leave off the cover, put in hot oven 
for half an hour. 

Pot Roast 

Seasort the meat with salt and pepper, 
brown on all sides over a flame, and put 
in a stone jar, dry, no water whatever. 
Cover tightly. Put the jar in a kettle 
of hot water. Boil fifteen or twenty 
minutes. Place in a cooker for six 
hours. Even tough meat becomes tender 
and the juice at the bottom is very 
rich. 



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BROOME COUNTY OFFICIALS 



Sheriff — Jess C. Hover 

Under Sheriff — Edward Cole 

County Judge & Surrogate — Hon. Benjamin Baker 

District Attorney — Urbance C. Lyons 

Countv Clerk — Frederick P. Ockerman 

County Treasurer — Walker F. Sherwood ] 

Superintendent of Highzvays — Charles Van Am burgh ' 

County Attorney — Fred Welsh I 

Coroners — Harvey Wilcox 

Ralph Seymour , i 

Austin J. Stillson ! 

Don M. Hooks ' 

Chairman of the Board of Supervisors — Will H. Weeks 

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EURAL DIRECTORY 



Handy Things to Know 



A rod Is 16% feet, or 5j^ yards. 

A mile is 320 rods. 

A mile is 1,760 yards. 

A mile is 5,280 feet. 

A square foot is 144 square inches. 

A square yard contains 9 square feet. 

A square rod is 272^ square feet. 

An acre contains 43,560 square feet. 

An acre contains 4,840 square yards. 

An acre contains 160 square rods. 

A quarter section contains 160 acres. 

An acre is 8 rods wide by 20 rods 
long. 

An acre is 10 rods wide by 16 rods 
long. 

An acre is about 208^ feet square. 

A solid foot contains 1,728 solid 
inches. 

A pint (of water) weighs 1 pound. 

A solid foot of water weighs 62j^ 
pounds. 

A gallon (of water) holds 231 solid 
inches. 

A gallon of milk weighs 8 pounds and 
10 ounces. 

A barrel of flour weighs 196 pounds. 

A barrel of salt weighs 280 pounds. 

A barrel of beef weighs 200 pounds. 

A barrel of pork weighs 200 pounds. 

A barrel of fish weighs 200 pounds. 

A keg of powder equals 25 pounds. 

A stone of lead or iron equals 14 
pounds. 

A pig of lead or iron equals 21J/2 
stone. 

Anthracite coal broken — cubic foot — 
averages 54 pounds. 

A ton loose occupies 40-43 cubic feet. 

Bituminous coal broken — cubic foot — • 
averages 49 pounds. 

Cement (hydraulic) Rosendale, weight 
per bushel, 70 pounds. 

A ton loose occupies 40-48 cubic feet. 

Cement (hydraulic) Louisville, weight 
per bushel, 62 pounds. 

Cement (hydraulic) Portland, weight 
per bushel, 96 pounds. 

Gypsum ground, weight per bushel, 
70 pounds. 

Lime, loose, weight per bushel, 70 
pounds. 

Lime, well shaken, weight per bushel, 
80 pounds. 

Sand at 98 pounds per cubic foot, per 
bushel, 122^ pounds. 

18J29 bushels equal a ton. 1,181 tons 
cubic yard. 



Measuring Hav and Corn 

Hay is often sold in the mow or stack 
where the weight has to be estimated. 
For this purpose 400 cubic feet of hay 
is considered a ton. The actual weight 
of 400 cubic feet of hay will vary ac- 
cording to the quality of the hay, time 
of cutting, position in mow, etc. For 
making an estimate in a given case 
multiply together the length, breadth and 
height of the mow or stack in feet and 
divide the product by 400. The quotient 
will be the number of tons. 

Corn is measured by the following 
rule: _A heaped bushel contains 2,748 
cubic inches. To find the number of 
bushels of corn in a crib it is therefore 
necessary merely to multiply together 
the length, width and height in inches 
and divide the product by 2,748. The 
number of bushels of shelled corn will 
be two-thirds of the quotient. If the 
sides of the crib are slanting, it will 
be necessary to multiply together one- 
half the sum of the top and bottom 
widths with the height and length. 

The legal weight of a bushel of shelled 
corn in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, 
Maryland and Virginia is 56 pounds. 

In Pennsylvania, Virginia and Mary- 
land 32 pounds constitute a bushel of 
oats; in New Jersey, 30 pounds. 

A bushel of wheat is placed at 60 
pounds by most of the states of the 
Union. 

Pennsylvania recognizes 56 pounds as 
a bushel of white potatoes. In Mary- 
land, New Jersey and Virginia the legal 
weight is 60 pounds. 

A bushel of clover seed in Pennsyl- 
vania must weigh 60 pounds ; in Mary- 
land, 60 pounds ; in New Jersey, 64 
pounds ; in Virginia, 60 pounds. 

A bushel of timothy seed in Pennsyl- 
vania must weigh 45 pounds, and the 
same weight in most adjacent states. 

To estimate the amount of land in 
different fields under cultivation use the 
following table : 



5 yards 
10 yards 
20 yards 
40 yards 
70 yards 
80 yards 
60 feet 
no feet 
120 feet 
220 feet 
240 feet 
440 feet 



wide 
wide 
wide 
wide 
wide 
wide 
wide 
wide 
wide 
wide 
wide 
wide 



by 968 yards 
by 484 yards 

by 242 yards 

by 121 yards 

by 69 1/7 yards 
by 60^ yards 
by 726 
by 396 
by 363 
by 198 
by 181^ 
by 99 



feet 
feet 
feet 
feet 
feet 
feet 



long, 
long, 
long, 
long, 
long, 
long, 
long, 
long, 
long, 
long, 
long, 
long. 



1 acre 

1 acre 

1 acre 

1 acre 

1 acre 

1 acre 

1 acre 

1 acre 

1 acre 

1 acre 

1 acre 

1 acre 



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Seed Per Acre 

It requires less seed per acre to sow 

in hills or rows than to sow broadcast. 

The hill or row system permits of after 

cultivation, which is not possible with 

a broadcasted crop. In all calculations 

for hill and drills it must be remembered 

that an acre of land contains 43,560 

square feet. A square piece of land, 

209 feet on a side, contains about an 

acre. The following figures are merely 

suggestive, as practice varies with 

locality : 

Alfalfa, 25 to 30 lbs, broadcast. 

Asparagus, 4 to 5 lbs. in drills; 1 oz. 
to SO feet of row. 

Barley, I1/2 to 2 bushels drilled; 2 to 
2J/2 bushels broadcast. 

Beans, bush, V/2 bushels in drills. 

Beans, pole, 10 to 12 qts., in hills. 

Beets, 5 to 6 lbs., in drills. 

Buckwheat, 1 bushel, broadcast. 

Cabbage, % lb. in seed bed, to be trans- 
planted. 

Carrot, 3 to 4 lbs., in drills. 

Celery, about 1 oz. for 2,000 plants; 1 
lb. per acre. 

Clover, red, 8 to 10 lbs., broadcast. 

Clover, crimson, 15 lbs., broadcast. 

Clover, white, 6 lbs., broadcast. 

Corn, field and sweet, 8 to 10 qts. 

Corn, ensilage, 12 qts., in drills. 

Cow Peas, 1 bushel, in drills; V/2 bush- 
els, broadcast. 

Cucumbers, 2 lbs., in drills. 

Egg Plant, 1 oz. seed for 1,000 plants: 
J4 lb. to the acre. 

Grass, lawn, 2 to 4 lbs., broadcast. 

Lettuce, 1 oz. of seed to 1,000 plants; 
14 lb. to the acre. 

Melon, musk, 2 to 3 lbs., in hills. 

Melon, water, 4 to 5 lbs., in hills. 

Millet, 1 bushel, broadcast. 

Oats, 3 bushels, broadcast. 

Onions, 5 to 6 lbs., in drills ; for sets. 
30 to 50 lbs., in drills. 

Parsnips, 4 to 6 lbs., in drills. 

Peas, 1 to 2 bushels, in drills. 

Potatoes (cut) 8 to 10 bushels. 

Pumpkins, 4 to 5 lbs., in hills. 

Radishes, 8 to 10 lbs., in drills. 

Rye, ^ to 1^^ bushels, in drills. 

Spinach, 10 to 12 lbs., in drills; run- 
ning sorts, 3 to 4 lbs. 

Squash, bush, 4 to 6 lbs., in hills. 

Timothy, 15 to 20 lbs., broadcast, if used 
alone; less if sown with other grasses. 

Tomatoes, l4 lb. in seed bed, to be 
transplanted. 

Turnips, 1 to 2 lbs., in drills; 2 to 3 
lbs., broadcast. 

Wheat, lyi bushels, broadcast. 



Suitable Distance for Planting Trees 



Apples — Standard 
Apples — Dwarf 

(bushes) 10 

Pears — Standard 10 to 20 

Pears — Dwarf 10 

Cherries — Standard . 18 to 20 
Cherries — Dukes and 

Morrellos 16 to 18 

Plums — Standard ...16 to 20 

Peaches 16 to 18 

Apricots 16 to 18 

Nectarines 16 to 18 

Quinces 10 to 12 

Currants _ 3 to 4 

Gooseberries 3 to 4 

Raspberries 3 to 5 

Blackberries 6 to 7 

Grapes 8 to 12 



.25 to 35 feet apart each way 



Shingles Required in a Roof 

Double the rafters and multiply by 
length of building. Muhiply this by 9 
if exposed 4 inches, by 8 if exposed 4^ 
inches, and by 7 1/5 if exposed 5 inches 
to the weather. ( 

One thousand shingles, laid 4 inches 
to the weather, will cover 100 square 
feet of surface. 

Eight hundred shingles, 5 inches to 
the weather, will cover 100 square feet. 

One thousand shingles require 5 
pounds of four-penny nails. 

Five to ten per cent, should be al- 
lowed to these figures to cover wasta 
and shortage. 

One thousand laths will cover 70 yards 
of surface, and take 11 pounds of nails. 

Two hundred and fifty pickets will 
make 100 lineal feet of fence. 



Nails Required 

For 1,000 shingles, 3H to 5 pounds 
4d., or 3 to 3l4 pounds 3d. 

For 1,000 laths about 7 pounds 3d. 
fine, or 8 pounds 2d. fine. 

For 1,000 feet clapboards (siding), 
about 18 pounds 6d. box. 

For 1,000 feet covering boards, about 
20 pounds 8d. common, or 25 pounds lOd. 



Nails — Common 

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No. to lb 35 24 18 13 10 8 

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RUEAL DIEECTORY 




Windsor Town Board, Windsor, New York. 



WINDSOR 



Abbreviations. — a, means acres; bds^ boards; B. tel., Bell telephone; 4 ch., 4 children; 
H&L, house and lot; O, owns; Rl, Rural Route No. 1; ret., retired; T, tenant; 4h, 4 horses; 
2c, 2 cattle. 

Names in CAPITALS are those of Farm Journal subscribers — always the most intelligent 
and progressive people in any county. No Tumbledowns, for no farmer can keep on reading 
the F. J. and being a Tumbledown, too. Many have tried, but all have to quit one or the other. 



Adams, Anna B. O H&L Chapel St. 

Adams, Arthur (Nellie) 1 ch farmer T 
3h 17c 23 sheep Main St. 

Adams, Austin N. (son Arthur) stu- 
dent Main St. 

Armstrong, Wm. C. (lone) 1 ch phy- 
sician & surgeon O H&L 2h Chapel St 
Ind tel. See adv. ' 

Atwell, C. H. (Emma) farming O 80a 
3h 80c Academy St. 

Atwell, Frank (Jennie) 1 ch farming 
T Academy St. 

Baker, Harry J. (Hazel) garage T Main 
St. 

Barrett, E. L. ret Academy St. 

Barton, A. S. (Augusta) clerk Main St. 

Barton, Charles wks at whip factory O 
H&L Pine St. 



Barton, H. A. (Ehoda A.) 1 ch meat 
dealer 45a 3h Main St Ind tel. See 
adv. 

Barton, Lottie (dau Chas.) wks at whip 
factory Pine St. 

Barton, Rhoda (dau Chas.) Pine St. 

Baxter, Bert laborer bds Chapel St. 

Beaman, Mrs. R. A. 2 ch H&L bds Acad- 
emy St. 

Beavan, Stephen E. (Maude S.) 2 ch 
farmer 228a 5h 65c Kent & Main 
Sts Ind tel. 

Beebe, Tvler S. (Harriett) mechanic O 
H&L Ih Pine St. 

Bell, Hattie bds Academy St. 

Bell, Howard (Alice) janitor of school 
O H&L Academy St. 

Bell, John laborer H&L Academy St. 



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WINDSOR 



Bell, May L. (dau Howard) clerk Acad- 
emy St. 
Bell, Perry (Clara) ret O H&L Grove 

St. 
Bennett, John E. 

Bennett, J. A. (Effie) 4 cli state high- 
way patrolman O H&L Ih Grove St 
Ind tel. 
Bennett, L. P. (Irene) 2 ch groceries 

& meats O H&L Chapel St. See adv. 
Bennett, Martha (dau J. A.) Grove St. 
Bennett, Ruth (dau J. A.) student Grove 

St. 
Bennett, Mrs. Sarah A. Chapel St. 
Bevier, Bertram (son Charles) Mapel 

Ave. 
Bevier, Charles (Jennie) 2 ch laborer O 

H&L Mapel Ave. 
Bevier, Lela (dau Charles) Mapel Ave. 
Blanchard, Tressia. wks at whip shop 

O Main St. 
Bliss, Ray (Alma) 3 ch laborer bds 

Grove St. 
Bond, Geo. (Gertrude) carpenter & 

painter O 2a H&L Ih Ic Bridge St. 
Bowie, M. E. rector of Zion Church Cha- 
pel St. 
Brown, John laborer bds with Lillian 

Kunkel Grove St. 
Brown, Persis C. music teacher O H&L 

Chapel St No 12. 
Brownell, J. H. (Minnie) ret O H&L 

Academy St Ind tel. 
Buell, Albert J. (son Jennie) chauffeur 

Mapel Ave. 
Buell, A. A. (Lucy) 2 ch barber 

H&L Main St. See adv. 
Buell, Mrs. Jennie H. Mapel Ave. 
Bullock, Geo. O H&L Mapel Ave. 
Bush, Arthur W. (Clara) 1 ch cartman 

O H&L 3h Bridge St Ind tel. 
Bush, Lawrence (son Arthur W.) Bridge 

St. 
Button, Bruce pool parlor T Main St. 
Carrier, Frank mgr Em])ire State Dairy 

Co H&L Academy St. 
Chaffee, J. M. notary 'public T Main St. 
Chase, Mrs. Etta O H&L Main St. 
Chase, Henry C. (Grace) garage & livery 

O H&L Grove St Ind tel. 
Chase, Mrs. Jarous O H&L S Academy 

St No 13. 
CaASE, Leo F. (Hazel H.) 1 ch res- 
taurant T Main St. See adv. 
Chase, W. R. undertaking. See adv. 
Chauncey, Mrs. Anna 1 ch T Main St. 
Chubb, Mrs. Maggie T Main St. 
Clendening, Florence Bridge St. 
Clendening, Maude bds with Star Bridge 
St. 



Clendening, Star butcher & stock buyer 

T Bridge St Ind tel. 
Comcstock, C. A. (Cora) 8 ch carpenter 

& builder O H&L Kent St. 
Coniestock, Lucretia (dau C. A.) school 

teaclier Kent St. 
Coniestock, Richard (son C. A.) electric 

work Kent St. 
Comfort, Mrs. Frances boarders T Main 

St. 
Comstock, E. S. (Fannie) 6 ch engineer 

O H&L Mapel Ave. 
Comstock, Harry (son E. S.) Maple Ave. 
Comstock, Katie (dau E. S.) student 

-Mapel Ave. 
Comstock, Leona (dau E. S.) student 
' Mapel Ave. 

Comstock, Owen W. (Clara) clerk T Cha- 
pel St. 
Cook, Mrs. Maude 1 ch boarders O H&L 

Mapel St. 
Cramer, Geo. W. (Susan E.) farmer O 

H&L Mapel Ave. 
Cramer, H. S. (Sadie) 2 ch merchant bds 

Mapel Ave. 
Crawford, A. J. farming O 12a Main 

St. 
Cresson, Geo. P. (Lottie) 3 ch super- 
visor & miller O H&L Academy St. 
Croffut, Geo. W. clock repairing and saw 

filing T Bridge St. 
Darling, Amanda A. bds Pine St. 
Devenport, Mary C. (son Wm. H.) Main 

St. 
Devenport, Wm. H. ret O H&L Main 

St. 
Dewilliger, James (Susie) 1 ch farm la- 
borer T Cor Main & Bridge Sts. 
Doolittle, Arthur II. (Saphronia) i-ot T 

Elm St. 
Doolittle, Lewis (Louisa) 4 ch farmer O 

H&L Bridge St. 
Doolittle, Sarah Ann O H&L Church St. 
Edwards, Mrs. Ada T Main St. 
Edwards, Mrs. E. E. Cor Chapel & Acad-' 

emy Sts. 
Elliott, James C. (Kate) 1 ch whip mfr 

O H&L Academy St. 
Elliott, Jennie (dau J. H.) Chapel St. 
Elliott, J. H. (Flora) 2 ch whip factory 

O H&L Chapel St. 
English, Clair student Main St. . 
English, Jerome laborer Main St. 
English, Leslie H. (Grace) 4 ch drug- 
gist O H&L Main St. See adv. 
English, Mrs. Louise bds with Howard 

Bell Academy St. 
English. L. H. vice-iues of Windsor 

Natl Bk. 
English, Marinn C. (dau Leslie H.) stu- 
dent Main St. 



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EUEAL DIRECTORY 



English, Rewey H. clerk bcls with G. 
Floyd Livingston Ind tel. 

Evans, E. R. (Annie) 3 ch minister T 
Chapel St. 

Finch, Mrs. Cleles T Main St. 

Fink, H. H. telegraph operator bds at 
Windsor Hotel Main St Ind tel. 

Fisher, James B. (Dorothea) manager 
for S. P. Quick O H&L Main St Ind 
tel. 

Flint, Ira (Flora) 2 ch O H&L Grove 
St Ind tel. 

Fortiner, John 2 ch T Bridge St. 

Frost, Clarence (Addie) telegraph opera- 
tor T Main St. 

Frost, Elfokd (Lulu) 3 ch barber T 
Main St. See adv. 

Frost, Leward laborer bds at Sarah Ann 
Doolittle Church St. 

Frost, Melvin (Frances) highway fore- 
man O H&L Chapel St No 2 Ind tel. 

Frost, Ralph (son Melvin) signal lamp- 
man RR Chapel St Ind tel. 

Frost, Will laborer T Main St. 

Furman, Mrs. T. V. O H&L Main St 
Ind tel. 

Gettig, C. (Jennie) ret O H&L Bridge 
St No 11. 

Gilbert, J. B. (Emma) ret O H&L Acad- 
emy St. 



Goodenough, F. L. (Laura M.) vice-pres 
of Whip Co O H&L Chapel St. 

Grady, Leon E. (Grace B.) 5 ch insur- 
ance H&L Grove St. 

Gray, Mrs. Mary T Main St. 

Hall, Laura May. 

Hall, Luke (Beatrice) 1 ch gardener T 
Chapel St. 

Hanson, A. B. (Mary A.) 2 ch farming 
O 230a 4h 20c Bridge St No 1. 

Hanson, F. R. (Leona) 1 ch painter T 
Bridge St. 

Hanson, W. V. farmer bds Bridge St. 

Hawkixs, I. L. (Harriett E.) contractor 
builder & planing mill H&L Chapel 
St. 

Hawkins, Wilber F. 80a Main St 
Ind tel. 

Heath, C. H. (Ella M.) 2 ch painter & 
paperhanger O H&L Grove St. 

Heath, Laura A. O Grove St. 

Heath, Laurence laborer Grove St. 

Heath, Lynn (son C. H.) wks at factory 
Grove St. 

Hibbard, Erye E. Academy St. 

Hibbard, Mrs. Kate Academy St. 

Hibbard, Mrs. M. M. 3 eh O H&L Acad- 
emy St. 

Hibbard, T. D. signal lampman Acad- 
emy St. 




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WINDSOR 



Hinds, Mrs, E. B. O H&L Academy St. 
Hoadley, John W. (Olinda) ret O H&L 

Pine St Ind tel. 
Hotchkiss, Ada bds S Academy St No 13. 
Hotchkiss, Alice bds with Lucy. 
Hotchkiss, Anna. 
Hotchkiss, Mrs. Lucy 2 ch 98a 27c 

Ind tel. 
Hubbard, Robert (Flora) lumberman O 

H&L Bridge St. 
Hubbard, William Main St. 
HuLBERT, J. E. (Florence) 2 ch superin- 
tendent of schools O Mapel Ave Ind 

tel. 
HuLBERT, M. A. (Beatrice) butter & 

eggs O H&L Chapel St Ind tel. See 

adv. 
Hulbert, Rose (dau J. E.) Mapel Ave 

Ind tel. 
Humeston, Bert (Rose) 1 ch plumber 

& tinner T Academy St. 
Humeston, H. E. insurance & real estate 

T Main St. 
Humeston, Lowell (son Wm. G.) student 

Kent St. 
Humeston, Wm. G. (Carrie) 1 ch milk 

station O H&L Kent St. 
Hupman, Mrs. Mary C. T Elm St. 
Judd, Mar^tta Maple Ave. 
Keech, Leo (son Mrs. Mertie) laborer 

T Main St, 
Keech, Mrs. Mertie 1 eh T Main St. 
Kent, James (Ella) farmer O 238a 3h 

35c Chapel St. 
Keyes, Adam M. (Mary) 1 ch superin- 
tendent of whip factory O H&L Main 

St. 
King, Benn farmer O 90a 2h 12c Bridge 

St Ind tel. 
King, Mrs. Elmira 1 ch O 46a bds with 

Benn Bridge St. 
Knapp, Dell bds with Dehnar Smith 

Maple Ave. 
Kunkel, Mrs. Lillian O H&L Grove St. 
Lannis, Albert (Hulda) 3 ch farming 

T 3h 8c Kent St. 
Lawrence, Mrs. Emma bds Cor Chapel & 

Main Sts. 
Lawrence, W. D. (Maude) 1 ch merchant 

T Cor Chapel & Main Sts. 
Livingston, Austin (son M. J.) Main St. 
Livingston, Elwin (son M. J.) Main St. 
Livingston, Eva May (dau M. J.) Main 

St. 
Livingston, Geo. (son M. J.) Main St. 
Livingston, Geo. (Hannah) station agent 

O H&L Main St. 
Livingston, 6. Floyd (Florence) 2 ch 

telegraph operator O H&L Bridge St. 
Livingston, M. J. (Carrie L.) 9 ch gro- 
cer O 45a H&L Ih Main St. See adv. 



Lord, W. D. (Phoebe) minister T Main 

St. 
McKie, Addison G. ret bds at C. C. 

Travis Pine St, 
McKune, Fowler (son Leroy) student 

Main St. 
McKune, Leroy (Fannie) 1 ch telegraph 

operator O H&L Main St. 
McMaster, Elizabeth (dau M. H.) 

Church St. 
McMaster, M. H. (Helen) 4 ch telegraph 

operator T Church St. 
MacGibeny, Mrs. Vida 2 ch bds Mapel 

Ave, 
Mallery, Chester (son T, R.) auto & 

garage hand Pine St. 
Mallery, Dena (dau T, R.) school teacher 

Pine St Ind tel. 
Mallery, Geo, (Vira) garage & livery O 

block Main St Ind tel, 
Mallery, Marvin (son T. R.) student Pine 

St. 
Mallery, Rena (dau T. R.) student Pine 

St. 
MAliLERT, T. R. (Eliza) 4 ch men's fur- 
nishings O H&L Pine St Ind tel. See 

adv. 
MANVi^ARREN, ALBERT (Marguerite) pres 

of Windsor Natl Bank O 4%a H&L 

Grove St Ind tel. 
Manwarren, Geo. (Etta) postmaster & 

insurance O H&L Main St Ind tel. 

See adv. 
Manwarren, H. W. (Lillian) 3 ch gen 

mdse O H&L Main St Ind tel. See 

adv. 
Martin, Patrick ret O H&L Bridge St. 
Mayo, Duane (Jennie) fireman T Mapel 

St. 
Mayo, Mrs. Lena M. dressmaker T Cha- 
pel St. 
Mercoglian, Antonio track laborer bds 

Bridge St. 
Mercoglian, Orlando (Carmen) 6 ch 

track laborer T Bridge St. 
Merrell, Mrs. T. R. O H&L Academy St 

Ind tel. 
Moat, Henry (Mary J.) ret O H&L 

Bridge St. 
Montgomery, Gerritt Main St. 
Montgomery, R. D. (Grace H.) 1 ch prin- 
cipal of high school T Cor Chapel & 

Academy Sts. 
Morey, Gladys auto livery H&L No 10 

Academy St Ind tel. 
Moseley, Henry L. (Henrietta) 3 ch sig- 
nal maintainer D & H R R T Grove 

St. 
Munger, Mrs. Ida H&L A.cademy St. 
Murphy, Geo. (Clara) 2 ch laborer O 

H&L Kent St. 



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RUEAL DIEECTOEY 



Norris, James E. (Anna) minister T 

Academy No 22. 
Olmstead, M. M. (Alice) ret H&L 

Grove St. 
Osgood, C. T. (Lucy) ret O H&L Mapel 

Ave. 
Parsons, W. S. (Mattie) 3 ch chauffeur 

O Cor Academy & Pine Sts. 
Pearsall, Andrew W. (Ellen E.) wks at 

whip factory O H&L Pine St Ind tel. 
Peet, E. C. (Louise) ret O 2a H&L 

Church St. 
Perkins, A. 0. (Grace M.) hotel T Main 

St Ind tel. See adv. 
Phelps, Mrs. Lena 2 ch T Main St. 
Philips, Besse (dau Chas.) Bridge St. 
Philips, Charles (Ina) 1 ch farming O 

H&L Bridge St. 
Philley, F. M. (Cora) 4 ch superin- 
tendent of Empire State Dairy Co O 

H&L Chapel St Lid tel. 
Pierce, H. C. (Elizabeth) dealer farm 

machinery O H&L Chapel St. 
Pierce, Mabel J. (dau H. C.) post office 

clerk Chapel St. 
Pierce, Robert (Emma) 1 ch carpenter 

O 5a Ic Chapel St. 
Plunkett, A. H. (Lizzie) 2 ch traveling 

salesman O 10a Grove St. 
Plunkett, Marion (dau A. H.) student 

Grove St. 



Plunkett, Nioscolita (dau A. H.) school 

teacher Grove St. 
Price, C. A, head sawyer bds with Robt 

Hubbards Bridge St. 
Quick, J. M. (Rose) lumbering O H&L 

Water St. 
Quick, S. P. (Polly) 1 ch hotel & garage 

O H&L Grove St Ind tel. See adv. 
Ratt, Mrs. Jane H&L Grove St, 
Remmele, W. H. (Louisa) ret H&L 2h 

9c Main St. 
Reynolds, G. W. (L. M.) 1 ch laborer T 

Main St. 
Reynolds, Luella (dau Steve) Main St. 
Reynolds, Steve T Main St. 
Rider, Mrs. Betsey bds with Geo. Bonds 

Bridge St. 
Rink, Charlie 1 ch laborer Main St. 
Roberts, C. A. (Mary A.) 5 ch agent 

State Dept of Agr H&L Chapel St 

Ind tel. 
Roberts, Frank A. (son C. A.) salesman 

Chapel St. 
Roberts, Mary bds at Mrs. Maude Cook 

Mapel St, 
Roberts, Sarah College Ave. 
Roberts, Walter (son C, A,) student Cha- 
pel St. 
Roberts, W, C, taxicab O H&L College 

Ave. 
Rodgers, Mrs. Marie T Chapel St. 
Rosencrants, Mrs, Mary 1 ch T Main St, 




This Calf is Cleopatra and Every Inch a Queen, 
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WINDSOR 



Rosencrants, Venia (ilau Mary) student 

Main St. 
Russell, Mrs. Alma bds at H. S. Wil- 
liams Chapel St. 
Russell, B. W. (Josephine) 6 ch pub- 
lisher O 25a H&L Main St Ind tel. 

See adv. 
Russell, Helen (dau B. W.) student Main 

St. 
Russell, Margaret (dau B. W.) student 

Main St. 
Russell, Mary (dau B. W.) wks at print- 
ing office Main St. 
Saunders, Edna T Chapel St. 
Simpkins, Burns laborer bds Bridge St. 
Simpkins, Erma Main St. 
Simpkins, Eva Main St. 
Simpkins, E. I. (Ethel) 2 ch hdvre O 

3a H&L Main St B & Ind tels. See 

adv. 
Simpkins, James 2 ch mill work O Bridge 

St. 
Simpkins, John laborer bds Bridge St. 
Simpkins, Mrs. Sarah J. O H&L Bridge 

St. 
Simpson, Mrs. Elizabeth 1 eh O H&L 

Main St. 
Simpson, Etta millinery Main St. See 

adv. 
Sims, Harvey (Irene) 1 cli bank cashier 

T Main St Ind tel. 
Singer, E. B. (Anna) 1 ch minister T 

Academy St Ind tel. 
Sivingel, E. H. (Sarah C.) lumbering & 

farming O 15a H&L 2h le Main St. 
Sleeper, E. C. (Elizabeth) 1 ch gen 

mdse O H&L Church St. See adv. 
Sleeper, Madge (dau E. C.) clerk 

Church St. 
Smith, Delmar (Maud) salesman O H&L 

Mapel Ave. 
Smith, G. E. (Emma) 1 ch dentist O 

100a H&L Ih Main St Ind tel. 
Smith, Hattie bds Mapel St. 
Smith, Jay L. auto repairman Main St 

Ind tel. 
Smith, Mrs. Jennie Academy St. 
Smith, Mrs. Lucy D. O H&L Academy 

St. 
Smith, Luther M. (Emma H.) ret H&L 

Chapel St. 
Smith, Wliiting (Julia B.) 1 ch whip- 
maker O H&L Academy St No 8. 
Smith, Willis (Maude) teamster O H&L 

Mapel St. 
Sornberger, Ivans (son Maude) carpenter 

Main St. 
Sornberger, Mrs. Maud 2 ch school 

teacher O Si/aa H&L Main St. 
Spearbeck, Mrs. Edwyna 1 ch O 21a 

Cor Main & Kent Sts Ind tel. 



Silencer, Mrs. Clara bds Cor Main & 
Bridge Sts. 

Stevens, Aaron laborer bds Grove St. 

Stevens, Benjamin O H&L Grove St. 

Stevens, E. B. laborer bds Grove St. 

Stevens. John F. (Ida M.) lumberman 
O H&L Cor Main & Bridge Sts. 

Stillson, Austin J. (Minerva K.) 1 cli 
physician & surgeon O 150a H&L 2h 
Main St Ind tel. See adv. 

Stilwell, Lucia Edson H&L Bridge St. 

Stratton, L. E. (Nettie) 4 ' ch farmer 
bds Chapel St. 

Sweet, Everett C. (Bertha H.) 1 ch 
chauffeur & auto machinist T Academy 
St No 10 Ind tel. See adv. 

Swingel, Harry (Frances) lumbering T 
Academy St. 

Thurber, Lucy O 4a Main St. 

Thurber, L. L. (Laura) 2 ch shoe & 
harness I'epairer O H&L Gr.ove St. 

Titus, W. I. (Bertha) (i ch blacksmith 
O H&L Main St Ind tel. 

Tompkins, James E. (Lucinda) 1 ch sex- 
ton O H&L Bridge St. 

Tompkins, Lewis whipmaker bds Bridge 
St. 

Tompkins, M. A. (Eliza) merchant O 
4a H&L Chapel St. 

Tompkins, Warren ret O H&L Main St. 

Travis, C. C. (Pluma) merchant O H&L 
Pine St. 

Vandenburgh, Charles L. (Grace) section 
foreman D & H T Bridge St. 

Van Orsdale, Josephine T Cor Main & 
Grove Sts. 

Van Orsdale, M. M. (Fannie) 4 cli i-et 
T Main St. 

Vanvolkburg, Edd (Delia) 4 ch fire- 
mari T Water St. 

Waller, Wm. (Nellie F.) 1 ch wks at 
whip factory O H&L Pine St. 

Warner, Ada (dau John). 

Warner, Corbie (Lenora) 2 ch lumber- 
man O H&L Main St. 

Warner, Genevieve student bds with J. 
H. Elliott Chapel St. 

Warner, John (Mate) 3 eh laborer T. 

Warner, Lee (son John) laborer. 

Warrick, Jolui ret bds with Chas. Van- 
derburg. 

Watroas, Wm. A. (Mertie) 1 di carpen- 
ter T Grove St. 

Webb, Jay (Nancy) laborer O H&L 
Grove St. 

Weidman, E. M. (Frankie A.) 3 eh lum- 
bering IT&L (h-ove St Ind tel. 

Weidman, Vein (Lottie) O H&L Grove 
St. 



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Wetmore, Mrs. Editli O H&L Grove St. 

Wheller, Geo. T Main St. 

Wheller, J. N. (Elizabeth L.) wks at 

whip shop O H&L Academy St. 
White, Mrs. A. G. 4 ch O H&L Cor 

Academy & Maple Ave. 
White, riorence (dau Mrs. A. G.) school 

teacher Cor Academy & Maple Ave. 
White, Grace (dau Mrs. A. G.) Cor 

Academy & Maple Ave. 
Wiles, Miltc^ C. (Ada M.) T Chapel St. 
Williams, Edwin (Maude) 6 ch farming 

T Main St. 



Williams, H. S. (Anna B.) attorney-at- 
law H&L CTiapel St Ind tel. See 
adv. 

WiUiams, Lewis clerk bds with G. Floyd 
Livingston. 

Windsor, Belle bds with John Bell Acad- 
emy St. 

Windsor, Lena bds with .John Bell Acad- 
emy St. 

Woodruff, H. R. (Georgia) 1 ch ret 
H&L Main St. 

Wylie, Sabra Academy St. 

Youngs, Lyman laborer Grove St. 




Secrets. 



23 



DEPOSIT 



jT^ 1 Full Equipped Repair Shop 



For all Cars 



Maxwell 



Competent ^\ f f I 

Mechanics Uafzlana 



OXY-ACETYLENE WELDING 
FLUID 

Full Line of Supplies at Right Prices 



FRANK WOOD 

The Brick Garage 

166 FRONT STREET DEPOSIT, N. Y. 



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RUEAL DIRECTORY 




New High School, Deposit, New York. 



DEPOSIT 



Abbkeviations. — a, means acres; bds., boards; B. tel.. Bell telephone; 4 ch., 4 children; 
H&L, house and lot; O, owns; Rl, Rural Route No. 1; ret., retired; T, tenant; 4h, 4 horses; 
2c, 2 cattle. 

Names in CAPITALS are those of Farm Journal subscribers — always the most intelligent 
and progressive people in any county. No Tumbledowns, for no farmer can keep on reading 
the F. J. and being a Tumbledown, too. Many have tried, but all have to quit one or the other. 



Adair, Charles (Chloe) 2 ch storekeeper 

T 49 Fourth St. 
Adams, Hobart J. (Harriett) town clerk 

O H&L 28 Center St. 
Adams, Isabel bds 37 Court St. 
Adsit, Gertrude laborer 26 Laurel Bank 

Ave. 
Afford, Lewis D. (Katherine) 3 ch fore- 
man in glass factory T 62 Wheeler St. 
Alberta, Vance (Irene) 1 ch clerk O 

H&L 126 Second St. 
Alerson, Delos (EUa) farmer H&L Ih 

75 Pine St B tel. 
Allen, Elizabeth O H&L 9 Marvin St. 
AUen, W, B. (Lizzie) 1 ch minister T 

141 Second St B tel. 
Andrews, Julia bds 173a Front St B & 

Ind tels. 
Archer, Edna teacher 63 Archer St. 
Archer, M. W. (Elizabeth) foreman in 

Mutual Creamery O H&L 63 Wheeler 

St. 
Arneke, Carl L. bds 6 Third St. 



Arneke, Geo. B. (Julia) ret O H&L 6 

Third St. 
Arnold, Mrs. Margaret O H&L 86 

Wheeler St. 
Austin, E. A. O H&L 16 Third St. 
Axtell, Clayton .M. (Olive) 1 ch physi- 
cian O H&L 195 Front St B & Ind 

tels. 
Axtell, Delos (Elizabeth) farmer O H&L 

40 Main St B tel. 
Axtell, Florence (dan Delos) domestic 

science teacher 40 Main St B tel. 
Axtell, Floyd W. (Anna L.) merchant 

T 14 Pine St B & Ind tels. 
Axtell, Mrs. Lucy 44 Main St. 
AxteU, L. (Anna) ret T 54 Main St. 
Axtell, M. F. (Florence) 1 ch postmaster 

O H&L 63 Pine St' B tel. 
Axtell, S. H. (Nettie W.) merchant T 

14 Pine St B & Ind tels. 
Axtell, Wesson H. (Floyd) 3 ch barber 

T 44 Main St, 



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DEPOSIT 



Bailey, Mrs. Ella 1 ch restaurant O H&L 

27 Church St. 
Bailey, Mrs. Estella O H&L 30 Main St 

B tel. 
Bailey, Eugene (son Estella) farmer 30 

Main St B tel. 
Bailey, Floyd (son Estella) machinist 

:?0 Main St B tel. 
Bailey, Julian (Ethel) 1 ch miller 1(3 

Elm St. 
Bailey, Lewis (son Estella) paperhanger 

& painter 30 Main St B tel. 
Bailey, W. F. (Ethel) 1 ch professor T 

19 Third St B tel. 
Baker, Hugh W. rErna L.) 2 ch physi- 
cian O H&L 172 Front St B & Ind 

tels. 
Barager, Emma J. millinery & dry goods 

142 Front St. 
Bard, Mrs. Clara bds 16 Borden St Lid 

tel. 
Barian, H. E. (Minnie) shipping clerk 

at glass works O H&L 26 Allen St. 
BARNfiART, Henry. 
Barnhart, Iva bds 61 Pine St B tel. 
Barnhart, Walter H. (Carrie) 2 ch 

farmer O H&L 2h 61 Pine St B tel. 
Barnum, S. G. 

Barrows, Berta bds 58 Pine St. 
Bartley, Mrs. Katherine O H&L 55 

Fourth St. 
Baskerville, Bay. 
Bassin, J. (Ida) merchant O H&L 191 

Front St B tel. 
Basto, Earl (son Willard J.) 26 Main 

St. 
Basto, Edwin (son Willard J.) clerk 26 

Main St. 
Basto, Fanny P. (dau Willard J.) sales- 
lady 26 Main St. 
Basto, Florence M. (dau Willard J.) 26 

Main St. 
Basto, Willard J. (Mary C.) mason O 

H&L 26 Main St. 
Batcheler, Ben plumber T 9 Center St. 
Baudenistle, Arthur (Jessie) flagman 

T 19 Third St. 
Baunian, Mrs. Mary T 17 Elm St. 
Bauman, Eaymond (son Mrs. Mary) 

clerk 17 Elm St. 
Beardsley, Eben (Mary E.) ret O H&L 

25 Church St. 
Beardsley, W. E. (Jennie) (son Eben) 

machinist 25 Church St. 
Beck, Mrs. Lida T 25 Church St. 
Beck, Walter (son Mrs. Lida) laborer 

25 Church St. 
Beesmar, Arthur (Ida) 1 ch freight 

handler T 16 Church St. 
Begeal, Henry (Algie) 3 eh patrolman 

on State Koad T 59 Elm St. 



Beilby, Ernest (Ervie) lumberman T 

167 Second St Ind tel. 
Beilby, George (Elizabeth) ret O H&L 

16 Court St B tel. 
Beilby, Grace (dau George) bookkeeper 

16 Court St B tel. 
Beilby, Jane (dau Ernest W.) nature 

study teacher 167 Second St Ind tel. 
Beilby, L. (Martha) carpenter O H&L 

60 Wheeler St Ind tel. 
Bell, J. J. (L. Pearl) seedsman O H&L 

48 Dean St B tel. See adv. 
Bengerman, Mrs. Hattie E. O H&L 29 

Allen St. 
Benton, AVilliam ret bds 59 Dean St Ind 

tel. 
Billings, Mrs. Mary E. T 35 Wheeler St. 
Blakeslee, E. C. ret O 30 Center St. 
Blakeslee, Floyd (Maude) 1 ch laborer 

T 33 Allen St. 
Blakeslee, Fred (Lydia) 1 ch farmer T 

9 Clark St. 
Blanshan, E. ret O H&L 1 River St. 
Blossom, Elizabeth C. bds 39 Front St. 
Blossom, Sylvester (Carrie) plumber O 

H&L 39 Front St. 
Bolt, Mrs. I;ois O H&L 20 Wheeler St 

B tel. 
Bongartz, A. tailor T 81 Front St. 
Bonker, Charles (Delcey) farmer T 4 

Dean St. 
Bonker, Gladys bds 4 Dean St. 
Bosket. William (Jennie) 1 eh chauffeur 

T 48 Second St. 
Bowie, M. P. owner glove factory T 

44 Pine St. 
Boyd, Frank bds 33 Front St. 
Brazie, J. P. (Bertha) ret O H&L 29 

Allen St. 
Bridge, C. L. (Nellie) 1 ch telegraph 

operator O H&L 21 Allen St B tel. 
Bridge, Ruth bds 37 Court St. 
Briggs, J. M. 

Briggs, Mrs. Olive O H&L 36 Main St. 
Britting, Conrad ret bds Wheeler St. 
Brockaway, Abner (Belle) ret O H&L 

1 Ford St B tel. 
Brockland, Bernard railroader bds 37 

Front St. 
Brown, A. IL (Marv) ret bds 20 Wheeler 

St B tel. 
Brown, A. L. veterinarian T 20 Wheeler 

St B tel. 
Brown, C. K. (Ella) 1 eh druggist 77 

Second St B tel. See adv. 
Brown, Mrs. Elizabeth M. O H&L 77 

Second St B tel. 
Brown, Floyd (Lucy) 1 ch clerk H&L 

5 Third St B tel. 
Brown, Jennie S. bds 9 Ford St Ind tel. 



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EUEAL DIBECTORY 



Brown, Mre. J. A. lids 173 Front St B 

& Ind tels. 
Brown, Lena teacher bds 20 Wheeler St 

B tel. 
Browx, Robert vice-pres Farmers Natl 

Bank. 
Bbowx, Eobekt a. (Emma A.) furniture 

& undertaking O H&L Ih 173 Front 

St B &. Ind tels. See adv. 
Brown, W. E. carpenter O H&L 55 Pine 

St. 
Buchanan, Amelia bds O H&L 205 

Front St. 
Buchanan, Bertha bds 76 Elm St. 
Buchanan, Clemence bds 76 Elm St. 
Buchanan, Dorothy bds 76 Elm St. 
Buchanan, L. A. (Lucv) 4 ch laborer T 

76 Elm St. 
Bundv, Emily C. bds 15 Third St. 
Burlison, E. J. bds 18 Allen St. 
Burlison, JaA^ 4 cli brakeman T 18 Allen 

St. 
Burns, Frances (stejj-daughter Elmer 

A. Mason) student 97 Second St. 
Burns, Paul (step-son Ebner A. Mason) 

student 97 Second St. 
Burr, A. G. carpenter T 49 Main St. 
Burrows, Aliph O H&L 1 Main St. 
Burrows, C. A. O 40 Wheeler St. 
Burrows, Daniel E. (Melissa A.) ret O 

II&L 42 Wheeler St. 
Burrows, D. A. (Sarah) 3 ch section 

foreman T Erie Ave. 
Burrows, Mrs. D. ('. bds 4 Boulevard St. 
Burrows, Ellen T 104 Second St. 
Burrows, G. A. (Jane ^1.) carpenter O 

II&L 32 Main St. 
Burrows, H. E. (Jennie) standard oil 

driver O H&L 3 River St B tel. 
Burrows, J. O. ret T 28 Main St. 
Burrows, W. W. (Anna E.) 2 ch ]>ainter 

O H&L 21 Center St Ind tel. 
Butler, Mrs. Minnie O H&L 62 Dean St. 
Button, Nathan (Ella) 4 ch laborer T 

2 Mill St. 
Cable, Mrs. Maude 2 ch T 12 Oak St. 
Cable, Mildred (dau Maude) glasscutter 

12 Oak St. 
Call, Mrs. Elizabeth O H&L Erie Ave. 
C.VNNAN, Earl. 
Cannon. Antoinette (dau R. IM.) teacher 

16 Main St B tel. 
Cannon, Elizabeth (dau R. M.) 16 Main 

St B tel. 
Cannon, Mrs. R. M. O H&L 16 Main 

St B tel. 
Carl, Leslie (Mabel) 1 ch jeweler T 

39 Elm St. See adv. 
Carl, Luzerne (Kittle) jeweler O H&L 

18 Wheeler St. 
Carl, Mrs. Rose bds 39 Elm St. 



Carpenter, Anna E. O H&L 2 Pine St. 
Carpenter, Charlotte bds 27 Center St. 
Carpenter, Peter bds 33 Front St. 
Carpenter, W. B. dentist O H&L 27 Cen- 
ter St. 
Carr, Sylvester (Cora) 3 ch laborer T 

59 Main St. 
Casey, Bartholomew student 67 Second 

St. 
Chaffee, S. B. (Anna) 2 ch inspector 

for Bordens T Borden St. 
Chase, H. E. veterinarian T 4 Church St 

B & Ind tels. 
Childs, G. L. (Hattie) livervman O 

H&L 70 Second St. 
Christian, Pearle bds 191 Front St. 
Chyle, Mrs. Lois bds 41 Front St. 
Clapp, Eva bds 28 Main St. 
Clapper, E. (Maria) laborer O H&L 45 

Wheeler St. 
Clapper, Henry (son E.) railroad sec- 
tion hand 45 Wheeler St. 
Clark, A. L. (Margaret) 1 ch fireman on 

railroad T 48 Court St. 
Clark, Mrs. A. :\I. boarders O H&L 37 

Front St. 
Clark, Bernice bds 43 Court St. 
Clark, Elvira O H&L 24 Center St B 

tel. 
Clark, George (Lena) 2 ch electrician 

T 7 Shelden St. 
Clark, H. S. (Lucinda) ret O H&L 42 

Main St. 
Clark, Mrs. Virginia Wade (dau Jos. B. 

Wade) teacher 16 Ford St B tel. 
Clearwater, Ira (Georgia) 1 ch runs 

summer resort T 134 Front St. 
Cleff, Eva A. bds 37 Main St. 
Coats, Katherine E. bds 4 Main St. 
Cole, Clinton (Eunice) teamster O H&L 

43 Elm St. 
Cole, Harry (Mildred) baker O H&L 34 

Wheeler" St. 
Cole, II. Earl (Mildred) lumberman T 

158 Second St B & Ind tels. 
Colesauto, Tonv bicvcle & shoe repairer 

T 140 Front" St.' ' 
Colwell, Loreu (Tillie) bds 56 Wheeler 

St. 
Commerford, A. J. catholic jtriest 100 

Second St B tel. 
Conklin, F. N. (Phoebe) painter O H&L 

58 Elm St. 
Cononern, William (Amanda) section 

boss T 164 Front St. 
Conrow, Will (Katherine) 5 ch laborer 

O II&L 15 River St. 
Constable, Edward (Florence A.) 3 ch 

laborer O H&L 21 Church St. 
Cook, Andrew (Dora) 1 ch farmer O 

H&L 9 Borden St. 



DEPOSIT 



Cook, Lester (son Mrs. Squire) concrete 

blocks 17 Borden St. 
Cook, Mrs. Squire O H&L 17 Borden St. 
Coon, James (Edith) 1 ch laborer T 11 

Main St. 
Coons, Elavia bds 15 Clark St. 
Cordiner, L. (Emma) 3 ch laborer O 

H&L 226 Front St. 
Cowlev, Mrs. Sophia O H&L 46 Court 

St ind tel. 
Crane. Mrs. Lillian 2 ch clerk O H&L 

15 Monument St. 
Crawford, Ellec (Eose) engineer T 22 

Church St. 
Crisman, C. H. (Cora) grocery & bakery 

O H&L Ih 9 Pine St B & Ind tels. 
Crokston, Clarence M. (Alice E.) 1 eh 

machinist O H&L 5 Post St. 
Crosley, Mrs. Margaret bds 124 Second 

St B tel. 
Crowlev, Mrs. F. waitress 5 Church St 

B tel. 
Culver, Grant (Dora) 1 ch laborer O 

H&L 80 Elm St. 
Cummins, E. D. (Elizabeth) lawyer O 

H&L 12 Third St B tel. 
Cunningham, Frank (Marguerite) 1 ch 

glass cutter T 47 Fourth St. 
Currie, James (Etta) lumberman T 9 

Marvin St. 
Curry, Mrs. Mary A. 6 ch T 63 Second 

St. 
Curtis, L. A. (Josephine) insurance 
' agent O H&L 3 Clark St B & Ind tels. 
Cuyle, Charles (Lottie) 3 ch laborer O 

H&L 39 Wheeler St. 
Dailey, Frances (dau William) school 

teacher 116 Second St B tel. 
Dailey, James (Sherlock) carpenter O 

H&L 30 Church St. 
Dailey, J. E. (Mary) painter & paper- 
hanger O H&L 18 Clark St B tel. 
Dailey, M. Genevieve (dau J. E.) 

teacher 18 Clark St B tel. 
Dailey, Paul D. (Florence) 4 ch signal- 
man on railroad 67 Second St. 
Dailey, Wilbur (Olive) 1 ch glass cutter 

37 Wheeler St Ind tel. 
Dailey, William expressman O H&L 116 

Second St B tel. 
Dailey, William, Jr. (son William, Sr.) 

electrician 116 Second St B tel. 
Daniels, Mrs. Ira dressmaker bds 204 

Front St. 
Daniels, Isaac S. (Flora) 1 ch laborer O 

H&L 200 Front St. 
Daniels, Kenneth (son Isaac S.) student 

200 Front St. 
Davidson, Archie bds 203 Front St. 
Davidson, Jean tel operator T 203 Front 

St. 



Davidson, Katherine bds 203 Front St. 
Davidson, Margaret bds 203 Front St. 
Davidson, Oliver bds 7 Allen St. 
Davidson, Paul (Louise) 1 ch section 

foreman T 7 Allen St. 
Davie, J. D. (Etta) 1 ch blacksmith 

H&L 66 Main St. 
Davis, Charles (Effie) 4 ch laborer T 

14 Clark St. 
Davis, James ret bds 218 Front St. 
Davison, John (Elsie) railroader T 204 

Front St. 
Dean, George (Katherine) ret T 67 Pine 

St. 
Decker, J. (Margaret) ret O H&L 15 

Division St. 
Demander, S. Emma 22 High St. 
Demoney, A. li. (Lunettie) laborer O 

H&L 143 Second St. 
Demoney, D. L. (Eliza) ret O H&L 2 

Main 'St. 
Demonev, George W. (Marian) farmer 

O H&L 1 Main St. 
Demoney, J. H. (Ethel) 2 ch asst fore- 
man Mutual Creamery T 51 Front St. 
Demonev, Mildred student bds 16 Oak 

St Ind tel. 
Devereaux, A. ret bds 5 Church St B 

tel. 
Devereux, Alvin gardener & janitor at 

hospital bds 12 Oak St. 
Devereux, Paul 20 Laurel Bank Ave B 

tel. 
DeWitt, Harriett F. bds 17 Allen St. 
Dibble, D. K. (Harriett) laborer T 16 

Division St. 
Dimorier, Bruce bds 8 Third St. 
DoLSEN, Elizabeth. 
Donaldson, Ella (dau Nancv) ret 83 

Pine St. 
Donaldson, Mary (dau Nancy) teacher 

83 Pine St. 
Donaldson, Mrs. Nancy O H&L 83 Pine 

St. 
Dooley, Daniel bds 53 Front St. 
Doolittle, Anna O H&L 8 Allen St B 

tel. 
Dotey, Daniel (Euby) glasscutter T 204 

Front St. 
Dunn, Mrs. Cornelia O H&L 33 Elm St. 
Dunn, William (son Mrs. Cornelia) 

glasscutter 33 Elm St. 
Duran, Bernice bds 64 Pine St. 
Duran, L. M. T 64 Pine St. 
Durfee, Sara L. bds 4 Third St. 
Dwyer, Francis bds 59 Front St. 
Dwyer, Frank (son Mary E.) laundry- 
man 67 Second St. 
Dwyer, John K. (Katherine) engineer 

O H&L 59 Front St. 



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EURAL DIRECTORY 



Dwver, Mrs. Mary E. laundry business 

d H&L Ih 67 Second St. 
Dwyer, Mrs. Pearl dressmaker T 14 

Church St. 
Dwyer, Tessie bds 59 J:'ront St. 
Dwyer, William bds 13 Front St. 
Eagan, Francis bds 53 Front St. 
Eagan, Gerald bds 53 Front St. 
Eagan, Mrs. Mary T 53 Front St. 
Eagen, Mrs. Katherine 1 eh O H&L 29 

Front St. 
Edick, Charles (Laura) nursery agent O 

H&L 12 Wheeler St. 
Ediek, L. (Laura) 1 ch laborer T Front 

St. 
Edsox, F. D. (Hattie) 1 ch restaurant 

O H&L 56 Wheeler St B tel. See adv. 
Elliott, Mrs. Mary T 45 Second St. 
Elmer, John wks in glass factory bds 

128 Second St B tel. 
Evans, A. B. (Emma D.) electrician O 

H&L 52 Second St. 
Evans, Frank S. (Maude) 2 ch concrete 

contractor T 55 Elm St. 
Farnham, J. A. (Nancy) beekeeper 

H&L 16 Oak St Ind tel. 
Farrell, Mary bds 185 Front St. 
Farrell, O. V. real estate T 185 Front 

St. 
Faulkner, George S. (Rachel) 2 ch car- 
penter O H&L 48 Main St Ind tel. 
Fee, John (Katherine) 2 eh merchant 

T 147 Front St. 
Finch, Kenneth (grand-son Mary El- 
liott) student 45 Second St. 



Fish, Harry C. (Cornelia M.) 1 ch 
printer T 61 Wheeler St. 

Fisher, Ella bds 27 Center St. 

Flower, George (Harriett) real estate O 
H&L 28 Dean St B tel. 

Foley, Mrs. Bessie bds 6 Court St. 

Folkey, Helen H&L 37 Fourth St. 

Fortiner, C. M. (Estelle) operator O 
H&L 45 Fourth St. 

Fowler, Charles L. (Mabel W.) plumber 
T 188 Front St B tel. 

Fox, Mrs. Nettie 78 Second St B tel. 

Frank, A. L. (Grace H.) 2 ch clerk O 
H&L 41 Main St. 

Freeman, Ella M. clerk bds 23 Main St. 

Freeman, Mrs. L. T. H&L 23 Main St. 

Freleigh, Edgar E. (Anna M.) clerk O 
H&L 30 Allen St. 

French, Mrs. Clarissa bds 33 Wheeler 
St. 

French, George B. (Clara) ret T 11 Cen- 
ter St. 

French, Paul bds Third St. 

Frost, Ernest J. (Nellie M.) mail car- 
rier O H&L 4 Third St B tel. 

Fuller, A. G. (Lucy) laborer O H&L 23 
Court St Ind tel. 

Fye, Gilbert E. T 116 Front St. 

Gallagher, Arthur (son Mary) painter 
88 Second St. 

Gallagher, Cornelius truck gardener O 
H&L 212 Front St. 

Gallagher, C. E. (Nora) 2 eh battery- 
man on railroad O H&L 9 Monument 
St. 




A Yoke of Oxen. 
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DEPOSIT 



Gallagher, Elizabeth (dau Mary) 88 
Second St. 

Gallagher, Mary housekeeper for Cor- 
nelius 212 Front St. 

Gallagher, Mrs. May O H&L 88 Second 
St. 

Gardinier, Mrs. Martha O H&L 53 Sec- 
ond St. 

Gardinier, Milo (Jane) laborer T 9 
Church St. 

Gardner, George F. bds 50 Elm St. 

Gardner, S. E. (Mary) 2 eh shipping- 
clerk O H&L 50 Elm St. 

Garebrant, J. (Emma) 1 eh electrician 
T 61 Dean St B tel. 

Garlow, W. M. (Ida) laborer O H&L 
9 River St. 

Gifford, Fred (Nettie) laborer T 31 
Pine St. 

Gifford, Leon (son Fred) glass cutter 
31 Pine St. 

Gill, Mrs. Agnes T 61 Pine St. 

Gill, L. O. (Edith) 1 ch lumberman T 
Front St. 

Gragerv, B. (Jennie) 1 ch mechanic O 
H&L'21 Pine St. 

Gragery, Mary bds 8 Allen St. 

Graham, Samuel (Lillie) 4 eh laborer T 
25 Front St. 

Grant, John (Harriett) laborer T 162 
Front St. 

Gray, Burt (Edith) 3 ch railroad mail 
clerk 87 Second St. 

Green, Laverne barber bds 15 Monu- 
ment St. 

Greenman, Alexander (Mary) laborer O 
H&L 11 Monument St. 

Greenman, Floyd (Blanche) 1 eh team- 
ster T 30 Laurel Bank Ave. 

Greenman, William (Beulah) 3 ch glass 
cutter T 81 Elm St. 

Gregor.y, William M. (Laura A.) ret T 
20 Center St. 

Griswold, Mrs. E. T 142 Front St. 

Hadley, Sybil music teacher T 200 
Front St. 

Haines, Carrie bds 50 Fourth St. 

Hall, Beatrice student bds 28 Center St. 

Hall, Edick ret bds 28 Center St. 

Hall, Emily A. bds 64 Pine St. 

Hall, Harriet bds 49 Main St. 

Hall, Louisa O H&L 34 Church St. 

Hal))in, B. A. O H&L 24 Allen St. 

Halpin, Ella bds 24 Allen St. 

Ilalpin, Lizzie bds 24 Allen St. 

Halpin, Mary bds 24 Allen St. 

Hamlin, Elizabeth bds 6 Dean St. 

Hamlin, Marton L. (Maude) 3 ch 
barber T 122 Second St. 

Ilanford, Julia clerk in seed store bds 
14 Myrtle Ave. 



Harms, Starr fireman bds 20 Allen St. 
Hathaway, Charles (Martha) .'! cli 

blacksmith T 53 Fourth St. 
Hathaway, I]dgar B. manager Deposit 

Coal & Cement Co. bds 60 Main St. 
Hathaway, Edna E. (dau Julietta) 

teacher 60 Main St. 
Hathaway, Francis O. (son Julietta) 

student 60 Main St. 
Hathaway, John (Mabel) 2 ch harness 

maker T 42 Court St. 
Hathaway, Mrs. Julietta O H&L 60 

Main St. 
Hauber, Mrs. Sarah 2 ch telephone ojier- 

ator T 1471/1. Front St Ind tel. 
Hayes, Mary bookkeeper bds 17 Monu- 
ment St. 
Hayes, Mrs. Mary housekeeper for John 

McMann 17 Monument St. 
Haynes, Charles D. (Sarah A.) grocer 

O H&L Ih 26 Wheeler St Ind- tel. 
Havnes, Lena M. (dau Chas D.) ch-rk 

26 Wheeler St Ind tel. 
Heft, W. F. (Nina K.) 1 ch bookkeej.er 

in cut glass factory T 114 Second St 

B tel. 
Hempstead, Maria bds 12 Wheeler St. 
Hendrickson, J. S. (Mary) farmer T 

38 Laurel Bank Av Ind" tel. 
Hertiage, Edith bds 75 Front St. 
Hess, Joseph A. (Blanche) restaurant 

O H&L 157-159 Front St. 
Higgins, Helen O H&L 14 Main St. 
Higgins, Jennie O H&L 14 Main St. 
Hinman, E. G. (Louise) 2 ch feed dealer 

O H&L 15 Court St. 
Hinman, Marian E. O H&L 20 Third St. 
Hitchcock, Mrs. Emily 2 ch O H&L 75 

Second St. 
Hodge, Mrs. Anna bds 41 Main St. 
Hoffman, S. L. O H&L 74 Pine St B tel. 
Hogaboom, Mrs. Clara T 198 Front St. 
Hogaboom, Paul (son Clara) glass cut- 
ter 198 Front St. 
Holleran, John R. laborer bds 29 Front 

St. 
Ilolloway, William (Sarah S.) jl ch shoe 

store O H&L 55 Second St. 
Holmes, F. M. (Mabel) 3 .-ii clerk in 

l)0st office T 60 Dean St B tel. 
Howe, Maude teacher bds 15 Clark St. 
Hoyt, ('hauucey bds 66 Wheeler St. 
Hunt, O. O. (Mina) 1 ch minister O 

H&L 57 Court St. 
Huntington, H. E. (Lizzie) merchant O 

H&L 14 Elm St. 
Huntington, Wesley (Dena) wks at De- 
posit Milling Co'o H&L 31 Allen St. 
Huyck, Charles (Katie) 2 ch laborer T 

82 Pine St. 
Huyck, L. L. ret bds 82 Pine St. 



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RURAL DIRECTORY 



Huyck, Marcus (Daisy) 2 ch glass cut- 
ter T 74 Elm St. 
Jackson, Mrs. Angeli T 26 Laurel Bank 

Ave. 
Jackson, Charles butcher O H&L 218 

Front St. 
Jackson, Helen (dau Angeli) maid at 

Loomis house 26 Laurel Bank Ave. 
Jackson, John railroader T Fourth St. 
Jacob, Fredrick (Marv) laborer O H&L 

4 Pine St. 
Jester, Mrs. Eva O H&L 8.3 Second St 

B tel. 
Jester, Winnie (dau Eva) bookkeeper 

83 Second St B tel. 
Johnson, Christina housekeeper for A. 

J. Commerford 100 Second St B tel. 
Jones, Barley trackman on R R 8 

Church St. 
Jones, D. D. 
Jones, D. E. (Iva) 1 ch works at feed 

store T 61 Main St. 
Jones, William section foreman bds 8 

Church St. 
Keeler, Burr J. (Ethel) 1 ch clerk T 

16 Clark St. 

Keeler, J. S. (Rena) laborer T 116 

Front St. 
Kelley, M. G. (Margaret) owner of 

glass factory T 72 Pine St B tel. 
Kellogg, Arthur (Pearl) 2 ch printer O 

H&L^50 Wheeler St. 
Kellogg, J. D. The Courier Journal O 

H&L 52 Fourth St. 
Kellum, Mabel E. bds 33 Dean St. 
Kellum, Mildred E. bds 33 Dean St. 
Kelsey, Eugene (Lena) 1 ch electrician 

O H&L 128 Second St B tel. 
Kelsey, Mrs. Julia bds 128 Second St 

B tel. 
Kelsey, M. (Alice) 3 ch teamster T 

3h 163 Second St. 
Kelsey, Sarah dressmaker T 33 Dean 

St. 
Kennedy, D. G. (Julia) ret O H&L 62 

Wheeler St. 
Kennedy, Lenora bds 62 Wheeler St. 
Kennev, John night agt at station bds 

17 Wheeler St. 

Kennev, Linus student bds 17 Wheeler 

St. 
Keown, John J. (Marv) 3 ch postmaster 

O H&L 18 Laurel Bank Ave Ind tel. 
Kerr, Frank (Louise) partner in Oqu- 

aga Garage T 22 Center St B tel. 
Kerr, Mrs. J. M. O H&L 22 Center St 

B tel. 
Kind, Charles B. (Dorretta) ret T 156 

Second St B tel. 



King, Eudia T 4 Dean St. 
.Kingsbury, A. E. (Emma) florist O 

H&L 72 Wheeler St B tel. 
Kingsbury, Bessie (dau G. E.) 8 Clark 

St. 
Kingsbury, G. E. (Carrie) 1 ch janitor 
of School Bldg O H&L 8 Clark St. 
Kingsburv, Roxie (dau G. E.) teacher 

8 Clark St. 
Knapp, Mrs. A. L. H&L 20 Main St 

B tel. 
Knapp, A. W. (son Mrs. A. L.) photog- 
rapher 20 Main St B tel. 
Knapp, B. (Augusta) ret O H&L 13 

Clark St. 
Knapp, Josie O H&L 43 Pine St B tel. 
Knapp, J. J. (Mollie) 4 ch meat market 

O H&L 11 River St Ind tel. 
Knapp, Mrs. L. E. O H&L 4 Main St. 
Knapp, Nelson H. (Edna) (son N. H.) 

barber 51 Elm St B tel. 
Knapp, N. H. ret O H&L 51 Elm St 

B tel. 
Kneiper, James (Florence) 2 ch press 

erector O H&L 34 Pine St B tel. 
Kralak, Julia bds 23 Court St. 
Kweler, Henrietta O H&L 36 Fourth St. 
Lakin, Marjoria student bds 16 Church 

St. 
Latimer, V. (Mabel) physician O H&L 

75 Front St B & Ind tels. 
Layman, Cortland (son Katie) clerk & 

plumber 153 Second St. 
Lavman, Ella (dau Katie) housekeeper 

for Dr. Baker 153 Second St. 
La^yman, Gulie (dau Mrs. Katie) 153 

Second St. 
Layman, Mrs. Katie 5 ch T 153 Second 

St. 
Layton, George (Sarah) laborer O H&L 

41 Front St. 
Lee, Fred (Anna) 4 ch glass cutter O 

H&L 34 Elm St. 
Lee, John (Florence) 1 ch R R laborer 

H&L 5 Monument St. 
Leonard, J. M. (Emerov) wagon maker 

O H&L 213 Front St. 
Lewis, Mrs. Doretta B. O H&L 124 

Second St B tel. 
Lewis, Herald (Mvrtle) meat market 

bds 124 Second St B tel. ' 
Lewis, Phoebe (dau Doretta) 124 Sec- 
ond B tel. 
Lewis, William bds 76 Elm St. 
Lineoln,.C. A. (Alice) caretaker of cem- 
etery T 29 Oak St B tel. 
Lincoln, Edna (dau C. A.) student 29 
Oak St B tel. 



31 



DEPOSIT 



Littell, J, Frank (Ella) agent O H&Li 

36 Dean St. 
Little, Charles (Clara) 2 ch traveling 

expert O H&L 170 Second St Ind tel. 
Lloyd, Paul bds 7 Clark St. 
Lobdell, Anna practical nurse O H&L 

155 Second St. 
Lobdell, Eugene (Julia) 3 ch teamster 

O H&L 59 Second St. 
Lockwood, James operator signal tower 

T 19 Eiver St. 
Lockwood, Mrs. N. M. 1 ch 19 Eiver St. 
Lord, A. E. (Grace) minister T 107 

Second St B tel. 
Lord, Ethel (dau A. E.) teacher 107 

Second St B tel. 
Lord, Lucy (dau A. E.) teacher 107 

Second St B tel. 
Lovejoy, A. E. (Ida T.) feed dealer O 

H&L 1 Sheldon St B & Ind tels. 
Lovejoy, George bds 1 Sheldon St. 
Lovejoy, Lonnelle bds 1 Sheldon St. 
Lovejoy, Ealph (Muriel) 1 ch miller 

T 2 Third St. 
Lynch, Mrs. Amanda O H&L 3 Monu- 
ment St B tel. 
Lynch, Paul (son Amanda) time keeper 

on E E 3 Monument St B tel. 
Lyons, Prank bds 21 Front St. 
Lyons, Frank H. ret O H&L 11 Third 

St. 
Lyons, Mrs. James O H&L 21 Front St. 
Lyons, Katherine bds 21 Front St. 
Lyons, Margaret bds 21 Front St. 
Lyons, Mary E. bds 11 Third St. 
McAndrews, James railroader bds 51 

Front St. 
McClaughry, Guy H. (Blanche) 2 ch 

drayman O H&L 5 Allen St B tel. 
McClaughry, H. W. (Alice) carting O 

H&L Ih 168 Second St B tel. 
McClure, Edna L. (dau E. L.) nurse 

19 Dean St. 
McClure, E. L. (Mamie) laborer T 19 

Dean St. 
McClure, Mrs. Marguerite O H&L 13 

Front St. 
McCulley, Henry (Cora) 4 ch glass 

cutter O H&L 8 Marvin St. 
McDonald, J. E. (Bessie) printer O 

H&L 8 Third St. 
McGiLL, F. B. pres Deposit Hdwe Co. 
McGiLL, James F. secy & treas Deposit 

Hdwe Co. 
McGuire, Frank (Eose) 4 ch stone cut- 
ter T 51 Court St. 
McMann, John mason O H&L 17 Monu- 
ment St. 



McMurray, A. (Charity) laborer T 6 

Dean St B tel. 
McMurray, Howard (Alvena) partner 

in Oquaga Garage T 24 Center St B 

tel. 
McVey, James G. (Piiebe Lillie) works 

at Bordens O H&L 64 Dean St. 
MacDonald, J. E. The Courier Journal 

138 Front St. 
MacKay, John bds 37 Fourth St. 
Madigan, Charles (Katherine) 1 ch 

grocer O H&L 74 Second St. 
Madison, Franklin (Elda) 2 ch elec- 
trical contractor O II&L 169 Second 

St Ind tel. 
Madison, Henry (son Margaret) ret 11 

Pine St. 
Male, Alvin J. bds 37 Court St. 
Male, Andy (son Mrs. Osra) electrician 

11 Church St. 
Male, Barna (son Mrs. Osra) machinist 

11 Church St. 
Male, Charles E. (Euth) 3 ch clerk O 

H&L 10 Clark St. 
Male, Ed. laborer bds 11 Church St. 
Male, Edwin cigar maker bds 10 Clark 

St. 
Male, Frank (Sarah) ret bds 10 Clark 

St. 
Male, Lewis A. (Jessie) shoemaker O 

H&L 37 Court St B tel. 
Male, Mrs. Osra 2 ch O H&L 71 Church 

St. 
Malene Alice bds 24 Allen St. 
Malene, D. J. bds 24 Allen St. 
Malory, Clinton (Ida) 4 ch station 

agent O H&L 26 Court St. 
Mantkos, George. 
Mapes, Edward (Loretta) canvasser O 

H&L 12 Myrtle Ave. 
Mapes, Emmet (Carrie) stonecutter T 

15 Main St. 
Mapes, Theresa (dau Edward) 14 

Myrtle St. 
Mapes, Wayman (son Edward) laborer 

14 Myrtle St. 
Marenus, E. B. ret O H&L 13 Eiver St. 
Martin, C. E. (Minnie) 1 ch general 

store O H&L 99 Second St B tel. 
Martin, E. H. (Elizabeth) bridge in- 
spector 64 Pine St. 
Mason, Elmer A. (Winifred) plumber 

T 97 Second St. 
Mastin, F. O. (Grace) merchant O H&L 

25 Main St. 
Matthews, Mrs. Sarah O H&L 20 Court 

St B tel. 



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RUEAL DIRECTORY 



Matthyer, H. A. (Margaret) 1 ch mgr 

opera house O H&L 37 Second St 

Ind tel. 
Maxwell, William P. (Myrtle) P 

clerk T 7 Clark St B tel. 
Mayo, Mrs. Ellen O H&L Borden St. 
Mayo, Mrs. Nora 4 ch T 158 Front St. 
Mayo, Mrs. Mabel 3 ch O H&L 202 

Front St Ind tel. 
Mead, Harriett bds 76 Pine St. 
Mealis, Andrew (Mary) 8 eh T 15 

Front St. 
Menhennett, Ellis (Mary) 2 ch clerk 

O H&L 64 Wheeler St.' 
Merrihew, Ferris (Hannah) receives 

milk at Bordens O H&L 27 Front St. 
Merrill, G. E. (Lovina) 1 ch minister 

T 151 Second St B tel. 
Merrill, Mrs. L. L. bds 36 Main St. 
Miles, Levi (Lizzie) blacksmith & 

wagon maker O H&L 20 Church St 

B tel. 
Miller, Clarence R. 
Mills, Clinton (Nellie) 1 ch farmer O 

H&L 19 Pine St Ind tel. 
Mills, C. D. (Nellie) ret O H&L 37 

Main St Ind tel. 
Mills, Elmer 27 Main St. 
Mills, Stewart (Anna) 2 ch laborer T 

2h Ic 86 Wheeler St. ' 
Milnes, Ben dentist bds 38 Main St. 
Milnes, B. J. (Ella) furniture rep & 

upholsterer H&L 38 Main St B tel. 



Minor, A. P. hardware 132 Front St 

B tel. See adv. 
Minor, C. S. (Mae) merchant O H&L 

201 Front St B tel. 
Minor, Edith teacher 157 Second St. 
-Minor, George 1 ch Erie R R lawyer O 

157 Second St. 
Minor, Harriett teacher O 157 Second 

St. 
Minor, Henrietta J. O 157 Second St. 
Minor, James Erie R R land dept O 

157 Second St. 
Monahan, Ed. (Lizzie) contractor on 

State Road H&L 35 Second St B 

tel. 
Monson, George (Clara) 1 ch contractor 

& builder O H&L 14 Ford St. 
Montgomery, Augustine (dau Mrs. E.) 

type setter in Courier office 230 Front 

St. 
Montgomery, Mrs. E. H&L 230 Front 

St. 
Montgomery, George W. (Beatrice) 2 

eh superintendent of Borden Plant T 

39 Dean St B tel. 
Montgomery, Grace (grandaughter Mrs. 

E.) student 230 Front St Ind tel. 
Moore, Donald A. (son Ida) accountant 

& store keeper for Erie signal 161 

Second St. 
Moore, Mrs. Ida O H&L 161 Second St. 
Moore, Marion Gould (dau Ida) pianist 

161 Second St. 




The Holt Caterpillar Tractor. 

83 



DEPOSIT 



Moore, Starr B. (Margaret) ret O H&L 

20 Allen St. 
Moran, Ed. (son Margaret) glass cutter 

94 Second St. 
Moran, James H. (Winifred E.) 1 ch 

hotel O H&L 5 Church St B tel. See 

adv. 
Moran, Mrs. Margaret T 94 Second St. 
Moran, May (dau Margaret) glass cut- 
ter 94 Second St. 
Morse, J. (Mary) 5 ch night watchman 

T 16 Center St B tel. 
Mosher, Charles bds 65 Pine St B tel. 
MosHER, C. H. (Helen) 3 ch undertaker 

T 66 Wheeler St B & Ind tels. See 

adv. 
Muncy, Margaret teacher bds 11 Center 

St.* 
Munson, Lura dressmaker O II&L 28 

Court St. 
Munson, Pauline clerk in Farmers Natl 

Bank bds 5 Church St B tel. 
Murphy, C. W. (Corabel) 3 ch laborer 

O H&L 8 Division St. 
Murphy, James (Mary) 4 ch stone 

mason O H&L 85 Second St. 
Murphv, J. T. (Mary) 2 ch teamster O 

H&L 2h 6 Clark St. 
Mygatt, Mrs. Ida bds 48 Pine St B tel. 
Myre, Elizabeth bds 207 Front St. 
Neff, Ernest C. (Nettie) 1 ch farmer 

T Ih 120 Second St B tel. 
Neflf, W. H. (Nellie) painter T 55 Elm 

St. 
Nemire, John (Emma) 1 ch smoother 

T 82 Elm St. 
Nichols, Aleck works in Boston Candy 

Kitchen bds 120 Front St B tel. 
Niekerboeker, Grace bds 13 River St. 
Nicoll, Mary bds 38 Pine St. 
Niles, Burton. R. (Henrietta) 3 ch 

minister in charge of 'mission T 40 

Second St. 
Niles, Melvin (Dena) 6 ch laborer O 

H&L Fourth St. 
Norton, Anna 43 Pine St B tel. 
O'Brien, Agnes (dau Annie) glass cut- 
ter 31 Pine St. 
O'Brien, Mrs. Annie 2 ch T 31 Pine St. 
Olsen, Mrs. Marietta cooking O H&L 

10 Marvin St. 
Olver, Bernadine (dau F. S.) teacher 

20 Clark St. 
Olver, F. S. (Elnora) miller T 20 Clark 

St. 
Onderdonk, L. Genevieve insurance 

agent bds 114 Second St. -See adv. 

Owens, Mrs. May (dau Mrs. S. Crowley) 

trained nurse 46 Court St Ind tel. 



Page, Burton (Martha) engineer T 20 

Oak St. 
Page, Hubert (Elsie) 4 ch section hand 

T 3 Dean St, 
Page, John 3 ch concrete O H&L 8 

Myrtle Ave. 
Page, John (Rose E.) 1 cli farmer O 

60a 4h 70c Orchard St B & Ind tels. 
Page, Paul M. bds with John Orchard 

St. 
Page, Theresa (dau Burton) 20 Oak St. 
Palmer, Jessica B. (dau Sophia M.) 

teacher 25 Pine St. 
Palmer, Mrs. Sophia M. O II&L 25 

Pine St. 
Pappas, John Boston Candy Kitchen T 

120 Front St B tel. 
Parker, William (Lucy) 2 ch carpenter 

T 31 Dean St. 
Parmer, Mrs. Helen R. O H&L 17 Tiiird 

St. 
Parsons, Mrs. A. O II&L 65 Wheeler. 
Parsons, F. G. (Belle) foreman in feed 

mill O H&L 205 Front St. 
Parsons, Wilbur (son Mrs. A.) iceman 

65 Wheeler St. 
Patten, F. A. (Rilla) ret O H&L 51 

Main St. 
Paugh, Joseph (Vesta) laborer T 10 

Wheeler St. 
Pearsall, Albert M. (Ada B.) 3 ch hard- 
ware O H&L 58 Pine St B tel. 
Perry, Chas. B. (Katherine S.) high- 
way comm O H&L 3 Center St B tel. 
Perry, Mrs. F. S. 3 ch O H&L Laurel 

Bank Ave. 
Perry, George (Lottie) 1 ch insurance 

agent T 47 Fourth St B tel. 
Peters, Mrs. Mabel 2 ch T 228 Front 

St. 
Peters, Wert (Evelyn) stone cutter O 

H&L 213 Front St. 
Phalen, Mary teacher bds 75 Second St. 
Phelps, William (Carrie) 4 ch laborer 

T 15 Pine St. 
Philips, Genevi,eve bds 1 Shelden St. 
Phillips, Frances (dau J. H.) teacher 

63 Dean St. 
Phillips, Hoi)e (dau J. H.) teacher 63 

Dean St. 
Phillips, J. H. (Anna) 2 ch architect O 

H&L 63 Dean St. 
Phillips, Milton (son J. H.) leather 

worker 63 Dean St. 
Pierce, H. D. (Juvia) 2 ch meat market 

T 9 Allen St. 
POMEROY, A. C. (Elizabeth) wagon 
maker T 21 Elm St. 



34 



EUEAL DIEECTORY 



Post, Charles H. (Elizabeth) 1 eh en- 
gineer O H&L 23 Allen St. 
Post, Kittie (dau Mrs. S. B.) -49 Seoond 

St Ind tel. 
Post, Olga (dan Mrs. 8. B.) clerk 49 

Second St Ind tel. 
Post, Mrs. S. B. O H&L 49 Second St 

Ind tel. 
Post, W. D. (Sarah) farmer T 40 Elm 

St. 
Potter, Verena bds 16 Church St. 
Prentice, Delbert (Barbara) T IS Clark 

St. 
Puffer, Charles works in grocery store 

bds 14 Center St B tel. 
Puffer, II. G. (Ann) 1 ch grocer O H&L 

14 Center St B tel. 
Pullis, Joe bds 9 Borden St. 
Putnam, Arthur J. (son Chas. H.) 

French teacher 18 Court St B tel. 
Putnam, Charles Henrv (Emma) seeds 

O H&L 18 Court St'B tel. 
Putnam, C. M. ret bds 78 Second St 

B tel. 
Putnam, E. C. bds 1 Clark St. 
Putnam, Florence E. bds 1 Clark St. 
Putnam, Fredrick (Mav) seed business 

T 39 Church St. 
Putnam, Jessie M. O H&L 78 Second 

St B tel. 
Putnam, Walter (Jennie B.) hotel 

keeper O H&L 1 Clark St B tel. 
Quinn, M. F. milliner O H&L 207 Front 

St. 
Quirk, Mathew track walker bds 73 

Second St. 



Eaee, Mrs. Amanda T 100 Front St. 
Eadeker, B. E. (Harriett C.) physician 

O H&L 101 Second St B tel. 
Eeynolds, Earl (Kate) 2 ch laborer O 

H&L 7 Eiver St. 
Richards, Geo. W. (Elizabeth) 4 ch 

printer T 78 Elm St. 
Eickard, Ella glass cutter bds Wheeler 

St. 
Eickard, Margaret glass cutter bds 

Wheeler St. 
Eiggs, Robert carpenter H&L 5 

Myrtle Ave Ind tel. 
Robertson, W. W. 
Eode, Martin (son William) laborer 1 

Pearl St. 
Rode, Susie (dau William) works in 

glass factory 1 Pearl St. 
Rode, Will (Cora) 5 eh laborer T 1 

Pearl St. 
Rodenbach, Mary bds 17 Third St. 
Rogers, J. E. (Mary B.) ret O H&L 15 

Center St. 
Rooney, James (Rose) 2 ch laborer O 

H&L 6 Myrtle Aye. 
Rose, Dan (Elizabeth) 7 ch laborer T 

38 Elm St. 
RosENCRAXTS, Ernest (Winifred) 2 ch 

stock buyer & farmer O H&L 50 

Second St. 
Rosencrants, Marvin (Florence) 9 ch 

laborer O H&L 12 Borden St Ind tel. 
Rudd, John L.L.D. (Sarah) ret T 159 

Second St. , 
Rudd, Mrs. Sarah T. 1 ch T 18 Center 



St. 



1975418 




This is no Tumbledown Crop. 
35 



DEPOSIT 



Russell, J. E. (Mae) 3 ch cigarmaker 

O H&L 48 Fourth St. 
Russell, L. E. jeweler T 137 Front St. 
Russell, M. C. (Agues) ret O H&L 46 

Fourth St. 
Russell, Wallace L. bds 46 Fourth St. 
Ryan, Andrew (Jennie) night watch- 
man O H&L 64 Main St. 
Ryan, Margaret 43 Pine St B tel. 
Sacripariti, Ignazio glass cutter bds 140 

Front St. 
Sadler, Mrs. Leonard 2 ch O H&L 

Wheeler St. 
Sanford, Greta M. teacher bds 70 

Wheeler St. 
Sanford, Mrs. M. B. O H&L 70 Wheeler 

Ind tel. 
Sartori, C. H, (Carrie) fireman T Third 

St. 
Satterly, E. F. (Orstella) 1 ch livery- 
man O H&L 8 Main St B tel. 
Saulsbury, Mrs. Alice O H&L 41 

Wheeler St. 
Saulsbury, Herbert (Olive E.) 3 ch rail- 
way mail clerk O H&L 17 Center St. 
Saulsbury, Leon (son Alice) farm hand 

41 Wheeler St Ind tel. 
Saulsbury, Mrs. Margaret 1 ch T 88 

Wheeler St. 
Scanks, Jane (dau Phebe) helps at 

Smiths 4 Marvin St. 
Scanks, Martin (son Phebe) bootblack 

4 Marvin St. 
Scanks, Mrs. Phebe 1 ch O H&L 4 

Marvin. 
ScHERMERHORN, H. D. (Edith) garage 

35 Court St B tel. See adv. . . 
Schlottman, Herman W. (Margaret) 2 

ch ret T 38 Pine St. 
Schofield, Major (Mabel) 1 ch gov in- 
spector T 114 Second St. 
Schroater, Otto bds 21 Center St. 
Schwenz, Anna dressmaker T 60 Dean 

St B tel. 
Schwenz, Clementine student bds 60 

Dean St B tel. 
Scott, C. E. (Helen W.) 3 ch attorney 

O H&L 147 Second St B tel. 
Scott, S. H. (Elizabeth) 3 ch dry goods 

merchant O 10a 2c 50 Court St B tel. 
Seaman, Frank (Clara) 1 ch carpenter 

T 19 Elm St. 
Seaman, John poolroom bds 12 Oak St. 
Seamans, Sarah (dau W. O.) teacher 33 

Wheeler St. 
Seamans, W. O. (Eva) carpenter T 33 

Wheeler St. 
Sexsmith, Mrs. Daisy (dau John Lee) 1 

ch glove maker 5 Monument St. 



Seymour, Anna bds 37 Court St. 
Seymour, Helena R. bds 4 Third St. 
Seymour, Henry (Lulu) 2 ch creamery- 
man T 22 Clark St. 
Shean, John (son Mary Elliott) laborer 

45 Second St. 
Shean, May (dau Mary Elliott) 45 

Second St. 
Sheehan, Ella housekeeper for Mrs. 

Mary E. Dwyer 67 Second St. 
Sheldon, Emma T 25 Church St. 
Sheldon, G. W. (Flora) foreman furni- 
ture works O H&L 189 Front St. 
Shellman, George R. hotel & fish busi- 
ness O H&L 2 Church St. 
Shellman, Mrs. Mary 4 ch T 10 Church 

St. 
Sherman, Willis M. (Alice) 1 ch ins 

agent O H&L 7 Monument St B & Ind 

tels. 
Sherwood, W. E. (Cora) 3 ch farmer 

T 13 Monument St. 
Shiner, George (Louise) laborer O H&L 

43 Court St. 
Simpson, Charles C. (Maggie R.) 2 ch 

glass cutter O H&L 83 Elm St. 
Simpson, Charlotte maid at Hotel 

Moran 5 Church St B tel. 
Simpson, Edwin (Martha E.) merchant 

O H&L 33 Front St B tel. 
Skinner, Clara clerk bds 207 Front St. 
Slatter, H. 0. bds 56 Pine JSt. 
Slatter, S. C. (Mary) 1 ch lumberman 

O H&L 56 Pine St. 
Slatter, W. H. bds 56 Pine St. 
Slattery, D. W. (Elizabeth) steward of 

Ideal Club O H&L 6 Court St. 
Sloat, William (Winnie) carpenter T 

6 Pine St. 
Smith, Mrs. Chas. P. 6 ch O H&L 47 

Court St B tel. 
Smith, Ezra (Lena) 2 ch carpenter T 

16 Clark St. 
Smith, E. F. president of Farmers 

Nat Bank O H&L 3h 113 Second St B 

tel. 
Smith, George E. (Agnes J.) physician 

T 71 Pine St. 
Smith, Mrs. Hannah T 154 Front St. 
Smith, H. K. (Jennie) ret T 6 Main St. 
Smith, James F. (Rose) R R yard 

master T 14 Wheeler St B tel. 
Smith, Kenny O. (Margaret) partner in 

milling co 113 Second St B tel. 
Smith, Lewis H. bds 68 Wheeler St. 
Smith, Lloyd B. (Bertha) 2 eh druggist 

T 15 Clark St B tel. 
Smith, Millard (son S. D.) farmer O 

500a 4h 74c 167 Front St. 



36 



RUEAL DIEECTORY 



Smith, M. A. O H&L 68 Wheeler St. 
Smith, M. B. (May) 1 eh cashier in 

bank O H&L 65 P'ine St B tel. 
Smith, Mrs. Eoy 2 ch T 11 Pine St. 
Smith, Mrs. Stella T 155 Second St. 
Smith, S. D. (Alma) druggist O H&L 

167 Front St. See adv. 
Smith, Warrex (son S. D.) surveyor & 

engineer 167 Front St B tel. 
Snell, Mrs. Eobie dressmaker T 85 

Second St. 
Sperber, Henry (Etta) blacksmith O 

H&L 5 Eiver St. 
Spieer, S. L. 17 Pine St. 
Spriggs, Adelaide housekeeper for J. 0. 

Burrows 28 Main St. 
Springsteen, Irene E. bds 157 & 159 

Front St. 
Springsteen, Morris (Jennie) painter & 

paper hanger O H&L 224 Front St B 

tel. 
Springsteen, Paul bds 157 & 159 Front 

St. 
Springsteen, William bds 224 Front St. 
Squires, Mrs. Nancy O H&L 13 Ford St 

B tel. 
Stall, Henrv (Marv) mail carrier 

H&L 2h 2c 16 Borden St Ind tel. 
Steinman, A. F. (Evelyn) 2 ch manager 

cut glass factory T 6 Laurel Bank 

St B tel. 
Steinman, Frank owner of glassworks 

H&L 13 Third St B tel. 
Stevens, Mrs. Frances O H&L 30 Laurel 

Bank Ave. 
Stevenson, Clarence (Clyde) 1 ch sec- 
tion hand T 53 Second St. 
Stiles, Paul C. (Amelia) Bordens Con- 

densory O H&L 43 Second St. 
Stiles, Vern (Mary) 2 ch farmer T Or- 
chard St. 
Stocking, J. (Harriett) ret T 154 Front 

St. 
Storor, Mrs. Isaac. 
Stow, C. H. (Sadie S.) 1 ch printer O 

H&L 165 Front St. 
Stow, Mrs. Harriett bds 29 Court St. 
Strong, Augustus (Hattie) 3 ch lumber- 
man T 43 Wheeler St. 
Sturdevant, Mabel (dau Mrs. X. M.) 71 

Second St B tel. 
Sturdevant, Mrs. V. M. O H&L 71 

Second St B tel. 



Sumner, Laura bookkeeper bds 56 Pine 

St. 
Sumner, Lizzie bds 56 Pine St. 
Sutton, Florence bds 13 Ford St B tel. 
Swart, Olive bds 66 Wheeler St. 
Swartz, Mrs. Mildred glasscutter bds 9 

Pine St B & Ind tels. 
Sweeney, James (Agnes) E E section 

hand O H&L 59 Fourth St. 
Swope, Leon (Jane) glasscutter T 62 

Wheeler St. 
Sykes, John (Hannah) 1 ch laborer T 

188 Front St. 
Sykes, Treeman (son John) laborer 188 

Front St. 
Taffney, Mary (dau M.) school teacher 

73 Second St. 
Taffney, M. (Katherine) car repairer 

H&L 73 Second St. 
TenBroeck, Charles (Xora) clerk T 22 

Dean St. 
TenBroeck, Irene bds 22 Dean St. 
Terry, Aubert (Elizabeth) parcel post 

mail clerk T 20 Court St B tel. 
Thatcher, E. A. (Laura H.) bookkeeper 

T 32 Church St. 
Thomas, Chas. (Marv) 2 eh railroader 

T 36 Wheeler St. " 
Thomas, J. B. (Margaret) H&L 57 

Front St. 
Thompson, Henry C, Jr. (Emma Jean) 

ret T 37 Elm St. 
Thompson, John X. (Sarah E.) ret 

H&L 42 Elm St Ind tel. 
Thompson, J. E. (Lueia A.) mason O 

H&L 6 Pine St. 
Thompson, Margaret works in bakerv T 

204 Front St." 
Tiffany, W. G. (Xellie) night police 

H&L 118 Second St B tel. 
Totten, A. M. O H&L 76 Pine St. 
Transue, Wallace student 10 Clark St. 
Travis, Milton (Emma) supt of high- 
ways O H&L 16 Wheeler St Ind tel. 
Truesdell, Elmer (Winnie) 3 ch clerk 

H&L 46 Wheeler St. 
Truesdell, Elwin 2 ch railroader T 55 

Front St. 
Truesdell, Ethel bds 55 Front St. 
Truesdell, Mary E. bds 55 Front St. 
Tucker, L. F. department store O 14 

Third St B tel. See adv. 
Turner, Claude G. bds 26 Dean St. 



Hills, McLean & Haskins 

DEPARTMENT STORE 

Court and Chenango Sts., BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 



Good Goods, Low Prices, Square 
Dealing. A policy which has made 
this store popular with the people. 



37 



DEPOSIT 



Turner, E. W. bds 26 Dean St. 

Turner, James (Louise) janitor O H&L 
26 Dean St B tel. 

Turner, John (Marv L.) blacksmith O 
H&iL 67 Wheeler Ind tel. 

Turner, Mrs. Marfjaret T 11 Pine St. 

Turner, Perry O. (Elizabeth) ])an oper- 
ator at Borden Plant T 50 Fourth St. 

Turner, Ealph barber bds 26 Dean St. 

Tuthill, M. A. (Millie) switchman T 
22 Allen St. 

Tuttle, Ervin G. (Nellie) 1 ch rail- 
roader T 46 Second St. 

Tyler, L. D. (Martha J.) farmer O H&L 
21 Elm St. 

Underwood, D. G. (Alice) 1 ch stone 
dealer O H&L 24 Court St B tel. 

Underwood, Elizabeth (dau D. G.) 
teacher 24 Court St B tel. 

Vail, George (Belle) mgr electric plant 
O H&L 69 Second St B tel. 

Valentine, Gala(^ia (Ellen) ret T 155 
Second St. 

Valentine, E. G. (Eda) 1 ch clerk in 
post office O H&L 11 Ford St Ind tel. 

Vandervort, Martin (Emma) ret H&L 
24 Dean St. 

Vandervort, M. D. (Bertha) 2 ch mer- 
chant 20 Dean St. 

VanDeusen, O. (Lettie) teamster T 32 
Pine St. 

VanDusen, Harry bds 35 Front St. 

VanDusen, Howard bds 35 Front St. 

VanDusen, Maude bds 35 Front St. 

VanDusen, Mrs. Minnie O H&L 35 
Front St. 

VanPelt, Edwin (Anna) 5 ch hostler on 
E E T 44 Second St. 

VanSchoyk, Mrs. Sarah O H&L 48 Pine 
St B tel. 

VanSlvke, Mrs. Eoy 4 ch T 22 Church 
St Ind tel. 

VanSteenburg, Charles (Ida) bakery O 
H&L 37 Wheeler St Ind tel. 

Vernold, Ben J. (Myra L.) receives 
milk at Bordens Plant O H&L 17 
Allen St. 

Vernold, Frances (dau Mrs. Lucy) tele- 
phone operator 138 Front St B tel. 

Vernold, Harry D. bds 17 Allen St. 

Vernold, Mrs. Lucy T 138 Front St B 
tel. 

Vernold, Warren S. bds 17 Allen St. 

Vigus, William (Mabel) 1 ch laborer 
O H&L 70 Main St. 

Voigt, W. H. (Anna) traveling sales- 
man T 17 Wheeler St. 

Wade, Charlotte E. (dau Joseph B.) 
ret 16 Ford St B tel. 



Wade, M. Elizabeth (dau Joseph B.) 16 
Ford St B tel. 

Wade, Joseph B. (Marv E.) lawyer O 
H&L 16 Ford St B tel. 

Waidler, Burton E. (Emma L.) 1 ch 
works at Bordens T 35 Dean St. 

Wakefield, Herbert (Susie) 1 ch chauf- 
feur T 37 Church St Ind tel. 

Wakefield, T. C. (Marian) ret 37 
Church St Ind tel, 

Wakeman, Mrs. Nellie 1 ch T 8 Church 
St. 

Walker, Mrs. S. C. O H&L 4 Boulevard. 

Walsh, Emmet (Kate) 2 ch foreman in 
glass factorv T 49 Dean St. 

Walsh, Michael bds 49 Dean St. 

Ward, G. E. (Ella) accountant at Erie 
depot O H&L 59 Dean St Ind tel. 

Ward, Patrick E E flagman bds 45 
Second St. 

Washington, James F. (Nora) 6 eh tele- 
phone operator O H&L 193 Front St. 

Watson, Wm. 

Weaver, F. L. (Olive A.) 1 ch niercliaiit 
O H&L 29 Court St B tel. 

Weidman, Albert E. (Maude) 2 ch O 
H&L 31 Second St. 

Weis, Fred (Sophia) 3 ch Bordens Con- 
densorv T Erie Ave. 

Weis, Jacob laborer O 13 Borden St. 

Weis, John (son Jacob) works in Bor- 
dens Condensory 13 Borden St. 

Weis, Josephine (dau Jacob) glass cut- 
ter 13 Borden St. 

Weis, Mary (dau Jacob) glass cutter 
13 Borden St. 

Weis, Sophernia (dau Fred) glass cut- 
ter Erie Ave. 

Wells, S. T. ret O H&L 80 Pine St. 

Werner, Jos. A. (Mary) store measurer 
O H&L 9 Allen St. 

Werner, J. H. (Elizabeth) 3 ch black- 
smith O H&L 6 Post St. 

Wesless, John chauffeur bds 37 Front 
St. 

Wheat, George H. (son L. G.) glass cut- 
ter 16 Boulevard. 

Wheat, L. G. (Alice) ret O H&L 16 
Boulevard St. 

Wheaton, Cyrus A. (Emma) j)olice con- 
stable O H&L 79 Pine St Ind tel. 

Wheeler, Geo. W. (Maiy) veterinarian 
O H&L 6 Laurel Bank Ave B tel. 

Whitaker, Eva (dau Milton D.) teacher 
22 Court St Ind tel. 

Whitaker, Marjorie bds 195 Front St. 

Whitaker, Milton D. (Esther) ins agent 
O H&L 22 Court St Ind tel. 



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White, C. A. (Jennie) undertaker O 

H&L 56 Wheeler St. 
White, Mrs. E. cook at Hotel Moran 

5 Church St B tel. 
White, George (Cornelia) ret O H&L 

47 Dean St Ind tel. 
White, John H. T 43 Main St. 
White, J. teacher bds 11 Center St. 
Whiting, W. G. (Maude E.) architect T 

1 Eiver St. 
Wicks, George H. (Elizabeth) 4 ch can 

washer in Borden Plant T 5 Dean 

St. 
Wiekwire, A. S. traveling salesman 

H&L 15 Third St B tel. 
Wideler, Chas. (Belle) 2 ch engineer O 

H&L 54 Wheeler St. 
Wiegand, August (Emma) 1 ch station 

help O H&L 39 Second St. 
Wilcox, Fred laundrvman T 162 Front 

St. 



Wilcox, Fred D. (Elizabeth) 3 ch auto- 
mobile and piano dealer H&L 3h 82 
Second St B tel. 

Wilcox, H. W. (Frances) farmer O H&L 
2h 79 Second St B tel. 

Williams, C. D. makes & sells medicine 
bds 26 Laurel Bank Ave. 

Willis, Hazel E. (granddau P. W.) stu- 
dent 9 Ford St Ind tel. 

Willis, P. W. (Mary) farmer T 9 Ford 
St Ind tel. 

Willis, Warren A. (grandson P. W.) 
student 9 Ford St Ind tel. 

Wilson, John (Martha O.) ret H&L 
210 Front St. 

Wood, Frank (Libbie) auto dealer O 
H&L 41 Dean St B tel. See adv. 

Wood, Mrs. Mary O H&L 198 Front St. 

Wood, Mrs. Susan bds 11 Monument St. 

Young, William H. bds 56 Wheeler St. 



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Abeueviations. — a, means acres; bds., boards; B. tel.. Bell telephone; 4 ch., 4 children; 
H&L, house and lot; O, owns; Rl, Rural Route No. 1; ret., retired; T, tenant; 4h, 4 horses; 
2c, 2 cattle. 

Names in CAPITALS are those of Farm Journal subscribers — always the most intelligent 
and progressive people in any county. No Tumbledowns, for no farmer can keep on reading 
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Adeuo, Augelo section hand on ER T 

W Main St. 
Adriance, Mrs. Mary Jane T bds with 

Mrs. Myra Murdock Main St. 
Ahearn, John (Ellen) farmer 8a 2e 

Nanticoke St. 
Ahearn, Katherine (dan John A.) clerk 

Nanticoke St. 
Aldrich, Emnia (dau Nathan) Eiverside 

Drive. 
Aldrich, George (son Nathan) laborer 

Eiverside Drive. 
Aldrich, Nathan (Lillian) engineer T 

Eiverside Drive. 
Aldrich, Walter (son Nathan) laborer 

Riverside Drive. 
Alexander, Charles R. (Flora) night- 
watchman T Main St. 
Alexander, Eugene (Lillian) teamster T 

Park St. 
Allan, John wks in furniture factory 

bds with Charles R. Alexander Main 

St. 



Allan, J. H. (Alvira) ret O H&L Hick- 
ory St. 
Allan, Lorenzo (Azuba) ret bds with 

James Nelson Liberty St. 
Allan, W. S. (Charlotte) furniture mfr 

O 2a Hickory St. 
Allen, Mrs. Estella T Liberty St. 
Allen, Fred (Delia) general store O 

H&L Collins St B tel. 
Allen, Harry (son Estella) clerk Liberty 

St. 
Allen, Herbert (Ida) general mdse O 

H&L Collins St. 
Allen, William clerk bds with William 

Dennings Collins St. 
Ames, Ernest E. (Rebecca E.) 1 cb egg 

buyer O H&L 119th -St. 
Arthur, E. A. (Emogeue) helper in 

witch hazel factory bds with John A. 

Edwards Park St B tel. 
Ashley, Eolland (Sarah) 1 ch varnisher 

in furniture factory T Liberty St. 



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WHITNEY POINT 



Ballard, Charles (Eva) painter & paper- 
hanger O H&L Hickory St. 

Ballard, Dwight ret O H&L Hickory St 
B tel. 

Ballard, Nellie E. (dau Dwight) Hickory 
St B tel. 

Basford, Robert Prospect St B tel. 

Baxter, B. E. (Ethel) painter & decora- 
tor O H&L Main St. 

Beckwith, H. B. (Alice) driver standar<l 
oil wagon O 5a Ih W Main St B tel. 

BEEK^^■ITH, H. V. 

Biddlecorn, Mrs. K. A. O H&L Main St 
B tel. 

Bishop, Bessie (dau Henry) teacher 
Liberty St. 

Bishop, Henry (Elva) engineer in Allans 
factory T Liberty St. 

Blias, DeForest F. (Delphine C.) ret 
H&L Ih Hickory B tel. 

Bolton, Hattie A. T Riverside Drive. 

Boyton, George G. (Eliza) sells nursery 
stock O H&L Park St. 

Brackett, S. J. (Nellie) 2 ch station 
agent of D L & W T Academy St. 

Bradley, Eugene farmer bds with Lynn 
Hibbard Hickory St. 

Branday, Alice (dau F. C.) teacher Col- 
lins St. 

Branday, Charles (son F. C.) printer 
Collins St. 

Branday, F. C. (Harriett) editor Whit- 
ney Point Reporter O H&L Collins St. 

Brigham, Robert (Helen) laborer T E 
Main St. 

Brooks, Mrs. Inez dressmaker O H&L 
E Main St. 

Brown, Arthur H. (Ella) printer O 
H&L Hickory St. 

Brown, Mrs. Celestia A. O H&L Pros- 
pect & E Main Sts. 

Brown, Eugene (Myrtle) blacksmith T 
Railroad St. 

Brovra, Leroy (Elsie) 2 ch wks for Bor- 
dens Milk Co T Main St. 

Brown, Norman undertakers assistant 
bds with W. E. Nichols 119th St B 
tel. 

Bull, George (Jessie) 2 ch hardware T 
Collins St. 

Burdick, Alice E. (dau D. W.) music 
teacher & printer 119th St. 

Burdick, D. W. (Sarah Ada) ret O H&L 
11 9th St. 

Burdick, Fred H. (son B. W.) tele- 
graph operator 119th St. 

Burdick, Inez (dau D. W.) bookkeeper 
& printer 119th St. 

BURGHARDT, MRS. ClARA D. 

Burghardt, C. A. (Cora) 1 ch farmer O 
H&L Main St. 



BuR«iiARDT, H. D. (Leona) dentist O 
H&L Collins St B tel. 

Burghardt, Mrs. H. D. photographer Col- 
lins St B tel. 

Burnap, John (May) 1 ch laborer O H&L 
W Main St. 

Butts, Daniel D. (Sarah) ret O H&L 
Main St. 

Butts, Edith S. (dau Daniel D.) dress- 
maker Main St. 

Cady, Mrs. Carrie T Main St. 

Cady, Cleon (son Carrie) laborer Main 
St. 

Cady, Earl (son Carrie) laborer T Main 
St. 

Cady, Henry (son Carrie) fireman on 
RR Main St. 

Cady, Will (son Carrie) laborer Main 
St. 

Campbell, George (Mary) furniture- 
maker T Main St. 

Canfield, L M. (Nellie) farmer O 12a Ih 
2c E Main St. 

Carter, Mrs. Eunice 5 ch T Academy St. 

Chandler, Oscar (Edna) white washer 
for Bordens T Liberty St. 

Church, Frank ret bds with W. H. 
Tompkins Main St. 

Clark, Lillian housekeeper for John Ross 
Main St B tel. 

Clarke, Mrs. Grace 3 ch T E Main St. 

Cleary, Agnes housekeeper for David M. 
Wo'rden Park St B tel. 

Clinton, Harry (Flizabeth Newcomb) 
3 ch owner Lestershire Spool Manufac- 
turing Co ,Johnson City O la H&L 
le Collins St B tel. 

Collver, Asa (Anna) 5 ch tinner & 
plumber T Hickory St. 

Collver, Ralph (Frances) machinist bds 
with Mrs. Mary Norton Hickory St 
B tel. 

Conrad, Mrs. M. J. bds with S. T. Jones 
Park St. 

Cook, C. M. (S. Augusta), farmer O 140m 
5h 9c W Main St B tel. 

Couch, Leo (Ina) 1 ch wks in Janson's 
Creamery T Park St B tel. 

Courtright, John A. (Velma) minister T 
119th St. 

(!ourtright, Vera (dau .lolin A.) teacher 
11 9th St. 

Crandall, Donald (sou Robert) hiliorei- 
Hickory St. 

Crandall, Raymond (son Roi)ert) Hick- 
ory St. 

Crandall, Robert (Ida) laborer T 2h 
Hickory St. 

Cross, George (Nellie) 5 ch painter T 
Monroe Heights. 



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RURAL DIRECTORY 



Cross, Grovenor (Ella) engineer O H&L 

Academy St. 
Cross, John (son George) wks in Jan- 
sen's Creamery Monroe Heights St. 
Daniels, G. H. (Gilliam M.) jewelry O 

H&L Main St. 
Davis, Frank H. (Nina) mason O H&L 

Hickory St. 
Davis, Irene (son Frank H.) student 

Hickory St. 
DeLand, Mrs. Clara O H&L Collins St. 
Denuings, John clerk bds witli William 

Collins St. 
Dennings, William (Margaret) depart- 
ment store O H&L Ih Collins St. 
Dibble, Charles wks for Bordens Milk 

Co bds witli Frank Howard Main St 

B tel. 
Dickinson, Harold. 
Dickinson, Mrs. Libbie T Liberty St. 
Dillenbeck, L. A. (Addie) 1 ch rural 

mail carrier & egg dealer O H&L 2h 

Main St B tel. 
Dillenbeck, Orpha housekeeper for 

George Mitcliell E Main St. 
Disanga, Nicola section hand on RR bds 

with Carman Fretinn W Main St. 
Dodge, Mrs. Alice bds with S. A. May 

Collins St. 
Driscoll, Anna teacher T Collins St. 
Driscoll, Arthur D. (Rose) farmer O 

104a 51i 40c Park St B tel. 
Driscoll, John (Katherine) blacksmith & 

farmer O llSa Ih 20c Prospect St. 
Driscoll, Mrs. Margaret 119th St. 
Dyer, Eva Marian (dau Sidney) teacher 

Park St. 
Dyer, M. C. (Bessie) 7 ch prop of 

"Rogers House T Main St B tel. 
Dyer, Sidney (Helen Gertrude) 1 ch fur- 
niture maker O H&L Park St. 
Edwards, John A. (Verna) 2 ch witch 

hazel mfr O 5a Ih Ic Park St B tel. 
Eggleston, Harrv (Estella) farmer T 2h 

oc Hickory St B tel. 
Eldridge, Mrs. Corinda l)ds with William 

J. Twining Maple Ave. 
Eldridge, H. D. (Gladys) 1 ch laborer 

O la Hickory St. 
Elliott, Dorothy governess bds with 

Harry Clinton Collins St B tel. 
Elliott, Elwyn (Mary) .'I ch supt of 

Jansen Creamery T Liberty & Acad- 
emy Sts B tel. 
Elliott, John (Alice) janitor at school 

house T Main St. 
Epstein, J. (Minnie) 2 ch peddler & 

junk dealer T Ih Park St B tel. 
Fancher, Clarence (Elsie) inspector for 

Bordens T Liberty St B tel. 
Fancher, E. T. Main St. 



Flanagan, Peter (Vina) laborer O H&L 

Hickory St. 
Ford, Carolyn I. teacher Monroe Heights 

St. 
Ford, Mrs. J. B. bds with Mrs. Grace 

Clarke E Main St. 
Ford, L. A. ret O Monroe Heights St. 
Franklin, Mrs. Sarah T W Main St. 
Fredrick, David laborer bds with C. M. 

Cook W Main St B tel. 
Fietinn, Carman section hand on RR T 

W Main St. 
Galloway, James H. (S. Gertrude) fur- 
niture maker O H&L Academy St. 
Gardner, Mrs. Ruth bds with B. U. Rath- 

bun Main St B tel. 
Gaylord, Harvey (son James) wks in 

Jansen 's Creamery Hickory St. 
Gaylord, James (Mattie) teamster O 

H&L 3h Hickory St. 
Gilbert, Frank W'. (Mary) 1 ch steam 

fitter T Main St. 
Gill, Thomas H. (Nora) 6 ch road 

builder T 50h Collins St. 
Goetehse, Mrs. Cvnthia O H&L Hickory 

St. 
^Greene, Helen (dau L. I.) teacher E 

Main St. 
Greene, J. I. (son L. I.) meat market 

E Main St. 
Greene, L. I. (Kate) meat market O 

H&L E Main St. 
Gregory, Emory I. (Edna) veterinarian 

O Hi&L Ih Main St B tel. 
Guernsey, M. M. (Amelia) hitch barn 

& lumber dealer O 2a Ih Liberty St 

B tel. 
Guier, Clara teacher O H&L W Main 

St. 
Guier, Mary O H&L W IMnin St. 
Hallet, George W. (DeEtta) wks in 

Jansen 's Creamery T E Main St. 
Halloran, George (son John) railroad 

clerk Park St. 
Halloran, John (Margaret) 2 ch section 

foreman O H&L Paik St. 
Hand, Mrs. De Ette 1 ch laundress 

H&L Hickory St. 
Harding, Mrs. O. L. millinery T Main 

St. 
Harris, A. C. (Elva) 2 ch furniture 

maker T Park St. 
Harrison, Eleanor L. (granddau DwighT 

Ballard) student Hickory St B tel. 
.Harrison, Hazel T. (granddau Dwiglit 

Ballard) student Hickory St B tel. 
Harwood, Arthur Charles (son C. IT.) 

wks in harness store Collins St. 
Harwood, C. H. (Louise) harness store 

O H&L Collins St. 



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Harwood, Florence Marguerite (dau C. 
H.) Collins St. 

Hathaway, Robert (Irene) 2 ch mason 
T Prospect St. 

Hay, Clair (Florence) 3 ch furniture 
maker T Monroe Heights St. 

Hemingway, Mrs. C. O H&L Collins St. 

Hemingway, Nellie Collins St. 

Hibbard, LjTin (Anna) 2 ch farmer T 
4h Hickory St. 

Hickox, Mrs. S. M. O H&L Park St. 

Hill, Aden (Hazel) 1 ch wks in Jansen's 
Creamery T Collins St B tel. 

Hill, Mrs. Emma housekeeper for Mrs. 
Mary Seymour Newcomb Riverside 
drive B tel. 

Hill, J. D. (Fannie) 1 eh veterinarian 
H&L Collins St B tel. 

Hiller, Mrs. Ida 0. bds with "William J. 
Twining Maple Ave. 

Hopkins, Anna (dau John) teacher Lib- 
erty St. 

Hopkins, John (Margaret) ret O H&L 
Liberty St. 

Hopkins, Merritt (Anna) 2 ch wks in 
Jansen's Creamery T Park St. 

Hopkins, Mrs. Nina stenographer T Col- 
lins St. 

Hopkins, William (son John) telegraph 
operator Liberty St. 

Howard, Cliarles (Hattie) 4 ch barber 
T Main St. 

Howard, Frank (EflQe) 1 ch teamster 
H&L 3h Main St B tel. 

Howard, Wilbur (Kate J.) shipper in 
furniture factory O H&L 119th St. 

Howe, Joseph (Catherine) 3 ch farmer 
& fur buyer O 70a 2h E Main St. 

Howe, Ray (Mary) teamster T Main 
St. 

Howland, Charles (Elizabeth) 4 ch fur- 
niture maker T Park St. 

Howland, Mrs. Eliza J. 1 ch O H&L 
Hickory St. 

Howland, Ida (dau Mary) clerk Collins 
St. 

Howland, Mrs. Mary T Collins St. 

Humphreys, Gertrude B. (granddau G. 
Flavel) student Cor Main & Academy 
Sts. 

Humphreys, G. Flavel (Harriett) min- 
ister T Cor Main & Academy Sts. 

Humphreys, Hannah B. (dau G. Flavel) 
teacher Cor Main & Academy Sts. 

Hyde, Mrs. Alice F. housekeeper for 
L. A. Ford 'Monroe Heights St. 

JENKS, Edmund B. (Mary K.) attorney 
O H&L W Main St B tel. 

Jennings, Frank (Georgia) 2 ch furni- 
ture maker T Ih Ic W Main St. 



Johnson, Albert (Jennie) 2 ch wks at 

Borden Creamery T Ih Liberty St. 
Johnson, Amos (Nellie) traveling sales- 
man O H&L Collins St B tel. 
Johnson, Mrs. Caroline E Main St. 
Johnson, Mrs. Emroy bds with Edmund 

B Jenks W Main St B tel. 
Johnson, Erma H. (dau George F.) 

student Park St. 
Johnson, George farmer O 30a E Main 

St. 
Johnson, George F. (Ella L.) 3 ch la- 
borer O H&L Park St. 
Johnson, Glayds (dau Amos) Collins St 

B tel. 
Johnson, Harriett teacher bds with 

George E Main St. 
Johnson, LiUian (dau Albert) Liberty 

St. 
Johnson, Mrs. Lucinda S. bds with F. 

C. Branday Collins St. 
Johnson, Richard (son Amos) book- 
keeper Collins St B tel. 
Johnson, "Vera P. (dau George F.) 

student Park St. 
Johnson, Wheeler A. 
Jones, S. T. (Ella) 1 ch wagon repair 

shop O H&L Park St. 
Ketels, Oluf C. minister bds with James 

Gaylord Hickory St. 
Kiley, William (Mary) 3 ch clothier O 

H&L Collins St. 
Kinch, Orion (Ina) 3 ch machinist T 

Monroe Heights St. 
King, Hiram (Sarah) bakery & laundry 

H&L 119th St. 
Knickbocker, Rudolph (Annie) ret O 

H&L Maple Ave. 
Kromer, Marguerite (niece Grovenor 

Cross) clerk Academy St. 
Landers, A. P. (Jennie H.) feed dealer 

O 4a Ih W Main St B tel. 
Landers, Erford C. (Lula) 2 ch poul- 

tryman O 25a Ic E Main St B tel. 

See adv. 
Landers, Floyd H. (son George) student 

E Main St B tel. 
Landers, George D. ret bds with Erford 

C. E Main St B tel. 
Landers, G. W. 
Landers, Milton H. (son A. F.) W Main 

St B tel. 
Landers, P. H. (Eleanor) 1 ch ret O 

3a H&L Collins St B tel. 
Lee, Margaret housekeeper for C. M. 

Cook W Main St B tel. 
Livermore, M. E. (Libby) 2 ch livery- 
man T Main St B tel. 
Lombard, M. J. printer bds with George 

H. Sullivan Main St B tel. 



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Love, Alethia (dau Mrs. Helen Perry) 

teacher Collins St. 
Love, Charles ret O H&L Collins St. 
Love, George (Emily) ret O H&L Main 

St. 
Lucas, E. J. (Ella) (son L. E.) 1 ch 

bookkeeper W Main St. 
I Lucas, L. E. (Elsie) foreman in furni- 
ture factory T W Mam St. 
Lusk, Mrs. Nettie bds with W. S. Allan 

Hickory St. 
McEnaney, John (Julia) ret T Hickory 

St. 
McGory, Mrs. Kate O H&L Academy St. 
McGuire, James (Mary) 3 ch traveling 

salesman T Main St B tel. 
McHale, John (Jane) 1 ch printer T 

Main St. 
MacKenzie, John (Libbie) 2 ch post- 
master O H&L Hickory St. 
' Martin, J. A. (Elizabeth) furniture 

maker bds with John D. White Main 

St B tel. 
Maxfield, David L. (Marv S.) attorney 

O H&L Collins St B tel. 
May, S. a. (Maggie) insurance O 2a 

H&L Collins St. See adv. 
Miner, Mts. O. P. bds with E. W. Taft 

Main St B tel.. 
Mitchell, Charles (Martha) supt of State 

road construction O H&L E Main St. 
Mitchell, George blacksmith T E Main 

St. 
Mitchell, V. (Carrie) 1 ch carpenter 

H&L 119th St. 
Morgan, David (Mary E.) 3 ch furni- 
ture maker T Liberty St. 
Morgan, E. N. (Lodicie) farming & 

teaming O 8i^a 2h 4e Prospect St B 

tel. 
Morgan, Louella (dau E. N.) Prospect 

St B tel. 
Moscrip, E. S. (Mary) physician O H&L 

3h Main St B tel'. 
Moulton, Dorothy (granddau John Elli- 
ott) Main St. 
Munson, Walter (Elizabeth) 1 ch prop 

Otselie Inn T Ih Cor Main & Collins 

Sts B tel. 
Murdoek, Mrs. Myra T Main St. 
Nelson, James (Frances) laborer T Lib- 

ertv St. 



Newcomb, Mrs. Mary Seymour O H&L 
Eiverside Drive B tel. 

Nichols, F. E. (Anna) furniture O H&L 
Main St B tel. 

Nichols, W. E. (Mary) 1 ch undertaker 
H&L 2h 119th St B tel. 

Norton, Mrs. Mary O H&L Hickory St 
B tel. 

'Brien, Mrs. Elizabeth O H&L W Main 
St. 

O'Brien, Mary (dau Elizabeth) W Main 
St. 

O'Connell, Jerry (Daisy) furniture 
maker T Liberty St. 

O'Dea, Mrs. Lydia H&L W Main St. 

Oliver, Gerald (son Eobert) E Main St. 

Oliver, Harry (Alice) caretaker of Harry 
Clinton 's Place Collins St B tel. 

Oliver, Eobert (Olive) 1 ch farmer T 
Ih Ic E Main St. 

Ottman, Henry A. congregational min- 
ister T Park St B tel. 

Ottman, Nellie (dau Henry A.) Park St 
B tel. 

Page, Alta (dau Mrs. Cyrus) teacher 
Main St. 

Page, Mrs. A. W. 1 ch O 17a Ih Pros- 
pect St B tel. 

Page, Mrs. Cyrus H&L Main St. 

Page, J. W. (Jennie) insurance H&L 
Main St B tel. 

Page, O. T. (Harriett) ret O H&L Col- 
lins St. 

Palmer, Daniel (Mary) farmer O 4a 
Nanticoke St. 

Palmer, Harry (son Daniel) laborer 
Nanticoke St. 

Palmer, Leon (sou Daniel) laborer Nan- 
ticoke St. 

Parker, J. H. (Irene) 1 ch feed dealer 
T W Main St B tel. 

Parsons, Eloise W. T Academy St. 

Pease, Harvey farmer T 3h 25c Prospect 
St Ind tel. 

Peek, George (Lillian) 1 ch laborer T 
Main St. 

Perce, Mrs. Maria O H&L W Main St. 

Perkins, WUliam (Nellie) laborer O 
H&L Hickory St. 

Perry, Frank (Eva) ret O H&L Lib- 
erty St. 

Perrv, Mrs. Helen T Collins St. 



WRITE, PHONE OR CALL 
f or A N Y T H I N G in Musical Goods 

WEEKS & DICKINSON (^'Barretts") 

75-77 Collier Street, Bi nghamton, N. Y. 

45 



WHITNEY POINT 



IViiy, M. l'\ (Caiiie D.) ret O . H&L 

Collins St. 
Pickett, James furniture maker bds ^-itli 

Clair Hav Monroe Heights St. 
Pierce, Mrs. Jane O H&L Main St. 
Pike, Arthur furniture maker bds witli 

Ernest E. Ames 119th St. 
Purdy, George, Jr. furniture maker bds 

with W. H. Tomitkina Main St. 
Purdy, George, Sr. furniture maker bds 

with Lewis Utter Main St. 
Quinlivan, Mrs. Sarah T Collins St. 
Rathbun, B. U. (Carrie) druggist O 

block & L Main St B t'el. 
Rathbun, Harry (Florence) 1 ch wks in 

Borden Creamery O H&L Cor Park 

& W Main Sts B tel. 
Reilly, Blanche coal dealer O H&L Park 

St. 
Reilly, Mrs. B. A. Park St. 
Richards, Frances (niece Frank Stalker) 

student E Main St. 
Richards, Loyal (Edith) ret O 13a 4c E 

Main St. 
Ricliards, William (Florence) 2 ch 

farmer & milk peddler O 60a 2h 19c 

Monroe Heights St B tel. 
Rittenburg, S. (Anna) barber O H&L 

W Main St B tel. 
Rivnburgli, John (Mary) section hand 

on R.R T W Main St! 
Robinson, A. C. ret bds with Charles R. 

Alexander Main St. 
Rogers, Mrs. Alice O H&L W Main St. 
Rogers, Mrs, L. T. bds with Charles 

Alexander Main St. 
Rogers, Moses ret bds with Mrs. Mary 

Howland Collins St. 
Ross, John (Frances) grocery & meat 

T Ih Main St B tel. 
Sawdy, Mrs. Emma O H&L Hickory St. 
Scott, Robert C. su]>t of Bordens bds 

with George H. Sullivan Main St B 

tel. ■ 
Scoville, George wks at novelty factory 

bds with W. H. Tompkins Main St. 
Seymour, Ella Ruth stuflent Riverside 

Drive B tel. 
Seymour, Mamie asst cashier at First 

National Bank bds with Mrs. B. F. 

Walter Liberty St. 
Seymour. R. A. (Edith B.) 1 ch i.liysi^ 

cian O 16na 2h 20c Riverside Drive B 

tel. 
Sevniour, Stella piano teacher bils witli 

William Shanley Park St. 
Shanlev, Mary housekeejjer for William 

Park St. 
Shanley, M. C Elizabeth) 1 ch produce 

1)uyer O H&L Liberty St B tel. 
Shanlev, William 2 cli traveling salesman 

O H&L Park. 



Sheldon, Mrs. Olive bds with John A. 

Edwards Park St B tel. 
Sherwood, Charles W. (Carrie) 1 ch ear- 

lientrr T Main St. 
Short, Lawrence Eugene (stepson Eugene 

Brown) student Railroad St. 
Skidmore, C. E. inspector for Jansen 

Milk Co bds with M. C. Dyer Main St 

B tel. 
Smith, Mrs. D. M. O H&L E Main St. 
Smith, Henrv (Carrie) 2 ch stage driver 

T 2h W Main St. 
Smith, Hf.kmon D. washing machines 

See adv. 
Smith, Lester (Joseiihine) 1 eh laborer 

T Ih 8c Prospect St Ind tel. 
Smith, Louie M. (dau Mrs. D. M.) com- 

l)Ositor in Reporter office E Main St. 
Smith, Rennie B. (son W. BurdelleJ 

student Prospect St. 
Smith, W. Burdelle (Anna) 2 ch machin- 
ist O H&L Prospect St. 
Spaine, Mrs. Minnie bds 119th St. 
Sparrow, Mrs. Cassie J. 3 ch T W 

Main St. 
Sparrow, William H. clerk in drug store 

bds Academy St. 
Sjjear, David teamster bds Main St B 

tel. 
Spencer, John (Edith) carpenter T Col- 
lins St. 
Spencer, Ollie (stepson James Nelson) 

♦laborer Liberty St. 
Stafford,, Bernice (niece Fred Allen) 

Collins St. 
Stalker, Frank (Winnie) feed dealer O 

H&L E Main St. 
Stanton, Arthur real estate & timber 

bds with Ernest E. Ames 119th St. 
Steeher, Fred (Libbie) jeweler bds with 

George H. Sullivan Main St B tel. 
Sullivan, Alice (dau John) teacher Park 

St. 
Sullivan. Georpe H. (Marv) hotel O 

Main St B tel. 
Sullivan, Harry (Alice) (son John) 1 

eh restaurant Park St. 
Sullivan, Jeanette (dau Geo. H.) student 

Main St B tel. 
Sullivan, Jerry F. (Theresa) 1 ch gen- 
eral store) O Ih Main St B tel. 
Sullivan, Mrs. Joanna bds with George 

H. Main St B tel. 
Sullivan, Jolui (Alice) ret O H&L Park 

St. 
Sullivan, AVilliam (son John) barber 

Park St. 
Sutphen, Phelon (Cora) fai-mer 10a 

2h Ic Riverside Drive B tel. 
Swan, Cliarles (Nilva) 6 ch furniture 

maker T Academv St. 



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RUEAL DIEECTORY 



Sweazey, Charles (Edith) 1 ch O H&L 
Monroe Heights St. 

Sweet, L. B. (Pearle) 4 ch cabinet maker 
T Park St. / 

Sweetland, Mrs. Eliza 1 ch O l.'la Ic 
Hickory St. 

Sweetland, Lynn La Rue (Cecil) 1 ch 
teamster T Hickory St B tel. 

Taft, J. Mason (Florence) driver T W 
Main St B tel. 

Taft, E. W. (Bertha) hardware H&L 
Main St B tel. 

Talbott, Merl. 

Thomas, Chas. 

Ticknor, Frank (Stella) mechanical en- 
gineer O H&L W Main St. 

Todd, Mrs. Elsio bds with Frank Wells 
Hickory St. 

Tompkins, Mrs. W. H. restaurant T 
Main St. 

Tompkins, W. H. (Myra) '2, cli furniture 
maker T Hi Eailroad St. 

Twining, William J. (Marietta) lalwrer 
O li/4a Ih Ic Maple Ave. 

Tyler, Andrew C. (Norene) .3 ch real 
estate & insurance H&L Main St 
B tel. See adv. 

Utter, Lewis (Ruth) 2 ch laborer T 
Main St. 

Valentine, Myrtle (dau W. D.) Prospect 
St B tel. 

Valentine, W. D. (Mary) farmer O l.'Ma 
■Ah 20c Prospect St B tel. 

Vincent, Robert section hand on RR bds 
with Angelo Adeno W Main St. 

Walls, Floyd (Florence) wks in Jan- 
sen's Creamery T Hickory St. 

Walter, Mrs. B. F. O H&L Liberty St. 

Walter, Elizabeth (dau Mrs. B. F.)' Lib- 
erty St. 

Walter, Fred E. (Eflfa) polislier in fur- 
niture factory O H&L E Main St. 

Walter, H. J. (Maude M.) 3 ch cashier 
in bank O H&L Liberty St. 

Walthart, J. L. (Minnie B.) 1 ch prin- 
cipal of high school T Liberty St B 
tel. 



Ward, Williapi H. (Myra)' painter & 

paperhanger T W Main St. 
Warfle, Grover (Ida) 2 ch blacksmith 

T Ih Collins St. 
Waterman, W. H. ret O H&L Hickoiv 

St. 
Waters, Chas. L. 
Watkins, William (Mary) ;i ch herdsman 

T Collins St. 
Wells, Charles C. (Cora) 1 ch painter O 

H&L Main St. 
Wells, Frank (P:ida) foreman in Jansen 

Ci-eamery T Hickory St. 
Whaley, R. W. (Harriett) bsirbei- O H&L 

Liberty St. 
Wheatcroft, T. J. carpenter O 5a Hick- 
ory St. 
Whitcomb, Percy (Elsie) . telegrapli 

operator T Main St. 
White, Celia (dau John D.) teacher Main 

St B tel. 
White, Herbert (sou John D.) expresa 

& hauling Main St B tel. 
White, John D. (Mary E.) highway supt 

O H&L Main St B tel. 
White, Lynn J. (Lenora) 1 eh carting 

business O H&L 11 h Main St B tel. 
Whitney, C. E. O 150a 25c Hickory St. 
Wilcox, Mrs. Ida O H&L Main St. 
Wilcox, Mary ((hxu Ida) teacher Main 

St. 
Wilson, Delos (Anna) 1 ch laborer T 

Hickory St. 
Wilson, Ruth (dau Delos) clerk Hickory 

St. 

WiMSTERY, O. E. 

Woods, Anna milliner T Collins St. 

Woods, Michal. 

Worden, David M. ret O H&L Park St 

B tel. 
Worden, Roy (Fern) wks for Bordens 

Milk Co T Liberty St. 
Wright, Mrs. Sarah bds witli Mrs. A. W. 

Page Prospect St B tel. 
Youmans, Mrs. Mary O H&L Liberty 

St B tel. 




BROOME COUNTY 








Sisson Bros. — -Welden Co., old established concern of Einghamton, 

has built a handsome new department store. They have been 

located on same site for over three-quarters of a century. 



Sisson Bros.== 
Welden Co.'s 



ew 



Store 



One of the finest re- 
tail establishments in 

ii\y inland city. 

'or three-quarters of 
a century, merchan- 
dise leaders of south- 
ern New York and 
northern Pennsyl- 
vania.. 

You have a standing, 
cordial invitation to 
make 'this Store your 
headquarters when in 
Binghamton. 



WHEN you are thinking of buying some 
new Furniture just write a letter 
(provided you cannot visit the store) to the 

Stickley-Brandt Furniture Co. 
Binghamton, N. Y. 

and they will send you cuts and lowest 
prices on what you want. 

Remember SUcl^ley's sells the famous Hoosier Cahinels 
on the club plan of $1.00 down and $4.00 a month. 



48 



EUEAL DIEECTOEY 




Looking North on Chenango Stisct, Binghaniton, New York. 



BROOME COUNTY 



Abbreviations. — a, means acres; bds, boards; B tel, Bell telephone; 4 cli, 4 children; 
H&L, house and lot; Bin 10, Binghamton Township Road No. 10; O, Owns; Rl, Rural Route 
No. 1; ret, retired; T, Tenant; 4h, 4 horses; 2c, 2 cattle. 

The abbreviations used for the Townships of Broome County are as follows: 
Barker, Bar. Conklin, Conk. Lisle, Lis. Triangle, Tri. 

Binghamton, Bin. Dickinson, Dick. Maine, Mai. Union, Un. 

Chenango, Chen. Fenton, Fen. Nanticoke, Nan. Vestal, Ves. 

Colesville, Col. Kirkwood, Kir. Sanford, Snfd. Windsor, Win. 

Names in CAPITALS are those of Farm Journal subscribers — always the most intelligent 
and progressive people in any county. No Tumbledowns, for no farmer can keep on reading the 
F. J. and being a Tumbledown, too. Many have tried, but all have to quit one or the other. 



Abbey, Earl S. farmer & cattle breeder 
T 4h 20e E2 Windsor Win 35. 

Abbey, Martin A. (Florence) 5 eh gas 
fitter 5a Ih Ic El Kirkwood Kir 38 
Ind tel. 

Abbey, M. D. (Anna K.) 2 ch farmer O 
217a E2 Windsor Win 35 Ind tel. 

Abbott, Floyd L. (Lucy) 2 ch black- 
smith T Ic Kirkwood Kir 20. 

Abbott, Herman (Lena) 1 ch mechanic 
O H&L Ih Lisle Lis 45 Ind tel. 

Ace, Geo. E. El Union. 



Aee, George W. (Susanna) farmer 65a 
2h 4c El Union Un 9. 

Ackley, Edward (son Sophoronus) paint- 
er E2 Vestal Ves 48, 

Ackley, Mitchel N. (Libby) farmer T 
2h 4c El Binghamton Conk 6. 

Ackley, Sophoronus laborer O 25a E2 
Vestal Ves 48. 

Ada, Fayette (May) manager of State 
Hospital farm El Kirkwood Kir 11- 
Ind tel. 



49 



BROOME COUNTY 



Adams, Albert S. (Dora) 1 cli farmiuy- 

O 14a lb 5c care Friendsville stage ED 

Biugliamton Ves 84 B tel. 
Adams, Mrs. Burt Lisle Lis 41. 
Adams, Carl, (Ada) farmer T 2h 23c 

Castle Creek Bar 19. 
Adams, Charles E. (Carrie) ret O H&L 

111 Triangle Tri 53 Ind tel. 
Adams, Charles J. farmer T Port Crane 

Fen 8. 
Adams, D. R. (Jennie) 2 ch farmer O 

196a 4h 37c El Whitney Point Tri 14. 
Adams, Elmer farmer O 115a 2h 18c Cas- 
tle Creek Bar 24. 
Adams, Elmer (May) brakeman on O & 

W E E Co O lOOa Ih El Port Crane 

Fen 18. 
Adams, Eugene farmer T 3h 27c Lisle 

Lis 41. 
Adams, Harry 1 ch T Chenango Forks 

Chen 53. 
Adams, Josei^hine O 8a 8e E4 Marathon 

Lis 39. 
Adams, Oscar (Nellie) 6 ch farmer O 

100a 2h 6c Castle Creek Bar 24 B tel. 
Adams, Theodore F. (Ellen J.) ret 5a 

E3 Bingham ton Fen 11 B tel. 
Adams, "William ret bds with W. E. El 

Whitney Point Tri 14. 
Adams, W. E. farmer O 128a 3h 14c El 

Whitney Point Tri 14. 
Adrl^nce, Earl I). (Eda) farmer O 75a 

3h 10c E2. Johnson City Un 21 B tel. 
Adriance, E. D. (Minnie) farmer 80a 

2h 7c Maine Mai 34 B tel. 
Adriance, John W. (Florence) 3 ch farm- 
ing & milk peddling O 95a 3h 30c 

ED Binghamton A^es 9."!. 
Adson, Jay (Jane) 1 ch farmer O 20a Ih 

2c E3 Bmghamton Col 10. 
Aglesworth, Chas. E2 Chenango Forks. 
Aherau, Nora T Whitney Point Lis 51. 
Ahern, Michael (Loretta) 3 ch farmer 

O 91a 2h 15c El Binghamton Conk 2 

Ind tel. 
Aiken, Charles (Kitty) 2 ch farmer O 

26a 2h 4c E4 Binghamton Chen 73. 
Aiken, James M. (Cora) 3 ch farmer O 

122a 4h 23c E2 Chenango Forks Tri 52 

Ind tel. 
Aiken, Leon (Fanny) farmer T El 

Whitney Point Tri 29 Ind tel. 
Aiken, M. C. (Cynthia) 1 ch farmer & 

stock dealer O 150a 6h 32e El Whit- 
ney Point Tri 29 Ind tel. 
Ainey, H. L. (Lillian B.) 1 ch general 

store T 2h Ic Vestal Center Ves 62. 
Ainsworth, Mrs. Saiah J. O H&L E2 

Windsor Win 28 Ind tel. 
Aitfhison Bros, dairy & farming O 200a 

6h 39e E5 Binghamton Chen 18 B 

tel. 



Aitchison, Charles (Henrietta) 3 ch 

farmer T E5 Binghamton Chen 12. 
Aitchison, William (Elsie) 1 ch farmer 

O 188a 5h ;!2e E5 Binghamton Chen 12 

B tel. 
Aitken, William J. (Florence) farmer 

49a Chenango Bridge Chen 41. 
Aitkin, John farmer & mason O 50a 3h 

5e E2 Windsor Win 75. 
Alberechta, Thomas (Eliza) 6 ch farmer 

O 150a 2h 3c E3 Binghamton Col 8. 
Aldeman, Edwin H. (Etta) farmer O 

43a Castle Creek Chen 28 B tel. 
Aldeman, L. H. (Mamie) 1 ch farmer O 

112a 2h 24e Castle Creek Chen 28. 
Alden, George H. Jr. (Edith) farmer O 

65i/,a 2h 5c E2 Harpursville Col 77. 
Alden, J. W. (Cassie M.) 3 ch farmer O 

24a Ih 4c El Kirkwood Win 21 Ind 

tel. 
Alden, Eaymond son of W. A. farm hand 

El Kirkwood Kir 13. 
Alden, W. A. (Effie) 1 ch farmer O 20a 

2h 10c El Kirkwood Kir 13. 
Aldredge, Benjamin F. (Mildred) 1 ch 

butcher T bds with Fredrick Turnbull 

El Binghamton Bin 45 B tel. 
Aldrich, A. W. (Susan) ret O 60a Ih 

A^estal Center Ves 62. 
Aldrich, S. T. farming O 115a Ih 5c E2 

Windsor Win 71. 
Alexander, Bertha M. farmer O 89a 16c 

E2 Chenango Forks Bar 48 B tel. 
Alexander, D. B. farmer O 300a 6h 38c 

Itaska Bar 53. 
Alexander, Fred L. (Ida) 3 ch farmer O 

76a 2h 13c E6 Susquehanna Pa Win 

113 Ind tel. 
Alexander, Lester farmer O 160a 2c 

Chenango Forks Bar 53. 
Alexander, L. W. farmer O 50a 3h 10c 

Chenango Forks Bar 53. 
Alexander, Sidney B. (Ida C.) dairy & 

poultry farming O 150a 3h 20c Star 

Eoute Hale Eddy Snfd 51 Ind tel. 
Allan, Florence (dau Peter L.) shoe- 
worker El Binghamton Bin 30. 
Allan, Peter L. (Elizabeth) farmer O 

83a Ih Ic El Binghamton Bin 30. 
Allen, Clarence A. farmer O 120a E2 

Harpursville Col 76. 
Allen, Fred laborer T E4 Susquehanna 

Pa Win 52. 
Allen, Hector L. (Julia F.) farmer O 52a 

2h 8c Glen Aubrey Mai 54 B tel. 
Allen, James (Glenuville) 1 ch farmer 

T 4h 54c Center Lisle Lis 26 B tel. 
Allen, James N. (Flora) 1 ch dairy 

farming O 300a 8h 75c Willow Point 

A'es 93 B tel. 
Allen, Jessie bds with Esther Livermore 

Lisle Lis 44 Ind tel. 



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EUEAL DIRECTORY 



Allen, John D. (Evangeline) 1 ch farmer 

O 200a 3h 6c Harpursville Col 87 In<l 

tel. 
Allen, John H. poultry & bees O 40a 

41i 5c R2 Union Mai 21 B tel. See adv. 
Allen, Lewis (Belle) 1 ch well driller T 

Chenango Forks Chen 33. 
Allen, Lloyd R. (Lula M.) 1 ch farmer T 

2h 17c Sanitaria Springs Col 14 B tel. 
Allen, Minnie O H&L Triangle Tri 30. 
Allen, 0. N. (Cora) 1 ch farmer O 150a 

3h 19c 40 sheep Rl Whitney Point Bar 

36 B tel. 
Allen, R. L. (Louella) farmer T 2h 13c 

Itaska Bar 34 B tel. 
Allen, T. E. (Nellie) 1 ch farmer O 50a 

3h lie Whitney Point Bar 15. 
Allen, Vernon S. (Mary V.) farmer O 

224a 6h 34c Glen Aubrey Mai 54 B tel. 
Allen, William (Emma) 2 ch farmer O 

138a 3h 13c Rl Tunnel Col 50 Ind tel. 

AUerton, Mrs. Elizabeth 1 ch farmer O 

. 150a 2h 19c Rl Port Crane Fen 21 B 

tel. 
Allerton, H. Lewis farmer T Rl Port 

Crane Fen 21 B tel. 
Allerton, John H. (Kate W.) 3 eh laborer 

D H R R Co O 11a 2h Port Crane 

Fen 12. 
Allison, Clarence (Julia) 5 ch farmer 

T 6h 38c Center Village Col 95. 
Allison, C. S. Rl East Windsor. 
Alloy, Dominick laborer T Main St 

Chenango Forks Bar 56. 
Almy, E. C. (Caroline) farmer 35a Ih 

3c R2 Windsor Kir 36 Ind tel. 
Alport, Mrs. Lucy housekeeper for Will- 
iam R2 Vestal Ves 19. 
Alport, William laborer T R2 Vestal 

Ves 19. 
Ames, Arthur (Ina) 1 ch farmer H&L 

Glen Aubrey Nan 30. 
Ames, Charles J. (Susie) 3 ch farmer T 

2h Ic R2 Union Mai 21 B tel. 
Ames, Claude (Leah) 1 ch laborer T 

Killawog Lis 37. 
Ames, Fred D. (Lenora) 5 ch farmer O 

147a 8h 24c Rl Conklin Conk 16. 
Ames, Laura O H&L Glen Aubrey Nan 

30 Ind tel. 
Ames, William E. (Ettie) 3 ch printer 

O H&L Railroad Ave Chenango Forks 

Chen B tel. 
Ames, W^ J. attorney-at-law T Main St 

Chenango Forks Bar 56. 



Amsbry, Fred S. (Frances) farmer 

50a 4h 9c R4 Binghamton Fen 10 B 

tel. 
Amsbry, .Joseph (Ruth) farmer T R4 

" Binghamton Chen 44 B tel. 
Amsbry, Lee J. (Edith) farmer 400a 

4h 13c Rl Whitney Point Tri 35. 
Amsbry, Merritt (Laura) farmer O 70a 

2h 8c R4 Binghamton Fen 10 B tel. 
Amsbry, William (Mary) O 10a R4 

Binghamton Fen 10. 
Amsbry, W. E. (Clara M.) 3 ch farmer 

O 160a 8h 9c R4 Binghamton Chen 44 

B tel. 
Andersen, Walter farmer T R4 Bingham- 
ton Fen 10. 
Anderson, Ben J. (Hannah) farmer O 

8a 3c Port Crane Fen 12.. 
Anderson, B. S. (Anna) farmer O 8a 

Windsor Win 82. 
Anderson, Luther (Ella) ret O 11a !»<• 

Rl Kirkwood Kir 19. 
Anderson, Mabel (dau Luther) trained 

nurse Rl Kirkwood Kir 19. 
Andrews, Charles farmer bds with H. A. 

Spoor R2 Susquehanna Pa Win 56 Ind 

tel. 
Andrews, Eugene (Fannie) farmer 50a 

3h 10c El Johnson City Un 49 B tel. 
Andrews, E. J. (Esta) farmer & milk 

peddler O 94a 3h 9c Rl Binghamton 

Bin 47 B tel. 
Andrews, John E. E2 Susquehanna Pa 

Win 92. 
Andrews, Leslie (Sadie) 3 ch farmer 

O 92a 2h 8c Rl Kirkwood Kir 19 Ind 

tel. 
Andrews, Mrs. Martha O H&L Kirkwood 

Kir 20. 
Andrews, Mrs. Rhoda A. btls with Leslie 

Rl Kirkwood Kir 19 Ind tel. 
Andrews, Rhoda E. practical nurse bds 

with Leslie Rl Kirkwood Kir 19 Inil 

tel. 
Andrews, S. M. (Elizabeth) farmer O 

100a 3h 13c R2 Windsor Kir 38. 
Andrews, Warren F. (Mary) farmer O 

40a 2h 3c R2 Johnson City Mai 4:". B 

tel. 
Andrus, .John E. teacher public school 

Windsor Win 214. 
Anoble, George (Carrie) 2 ch farmer T 

2h 21c R2 Windsor Win 82. 
Anson, Frank D. (Fannie) 4 ch farmer 

O 65a 3h 3c Union Center Mai 22. 



The Fashion Center 

HILLS, McLEAN & HASKINS 



51 



of Binghamton, N. Y. 

Exclusive women's and children's ap- 
parel of all kinds. Prices moderate . 



BROOME COUNTY 



Antwerp, Ed lumber dealer O H&L Bing- 

hamton Kir 22. 
Antwerp, Wni. lumber dealer O H&L 

Binghamton Kir 22. 
Anwers, Emmett (Pansy) farmer O 10a 

Ih 2c El Johnson City Un 47 B tel. 
Appley, Edwin (Francelia) farmer O 

H&L Ic Harpursville Col 90. 
Appley, Elislia D. (Aritta) 1 ch farmer 

27a 2h 6c El Harpursville Col 89. 
Appley, Forest F. farmer T 2h E2 Har- 
pursville Col 71. 
Appley, H. E. (Addie) farmer O 152a 4h 

23c Harpursville Col 87 Ind tel. 
Appley, Mrs. Martha W. farmer O 33a 

2h E2 Harpursville Col 71. 
Archibald, Andrew H. (Maude J.) 1 ch 

farmer T Ih Port Crane Fen 18. 
Archibald, A. A. El Port Crane. 
Arhcraft, William E. (Julia) farmer 

T Ih Hooper Un 32. 
Armlin, Leonard D. (Elda C.) minister 

T Ih Chenango Bridge Chen 40 B tel. 
Armstrong, Edd T ED Great Bend Pa 

Win 49. 
Arnold, Charles (Jennie) 1 ch farmer 

O 165a 4h 29c El Lisle Lis 17 Ind tel. 
Arnold, D. H. (Eva) farmer & telephone 

manager 235a 6h 51c El Whitney 

Point Tri 36 Ind tel. 
Arnold, E. D. farmer O 30a Ih El Whit- 
ney Point Tri 14 Ind tel. 
Arnold, Frank J. farmer O 256a 4h 32c 

El Whitney Point Tri 23 Ind tel. 
Arnold, George El Lisle. 
Arnold, Gladys (dau D. H.) teacher El 

Whitney Point Tri 36 Ind tel. 
Arnold, Jesse (Julia) farmer O 100a 4h 

18c El Lisle Lis 19. 
Arnold, Lyman (Lula) merchant O H&L 

Ih Center Lisle Lis 20 B tel. 
Arnold, Odeltha (dau D. H.) El Whit- 
ney Point Tri 36 Ind tel. 
Arnold, Eoy B. (Vera) farmer T 3h 40c 

E2 Eiehford Lis 20. 
Ash, George (Amy) 1 ch engineer O 

H&L Nineveh Col 90. 
Ashley, Clarence (Ethel) 1 ch farmer 

& thresher O 205a 6h 35e El Whitney 

Point Tri 22 Ind tel. 
Ashley, Mrs. Elizabeth bds Upper Lisle 

Tri 4. 
Ashley, Mrs. Elizabeth bds El Whitney 

Point Tri 22 Ind tel. 
Ashley, Harry (Lena) 3 ch carpenter O 

H&L Upper Lisle Tri 4. 
Ashley, Milo B. (Lillian) 3 ch farmer & 

hauls milk O 6a 3h Ic El Whitney 

Point Tri 10. 
Aten, Eobert machinist Ih bds with 

Charles Blaisure Vestal Ves 23. 



Atherton, Alva B. (Cora) 1 ch wks at 
E. J. shoe factory O H&L El Johnson 

City Un 47. 
Atkins, Malcomb (Cora) farmer O 

140a 5h 22e El Tunnel Col 27 Ind tel. 
Atkins, Ea'nsom farmer T El Tunnel Col 

27 Ind tel. 
Atkinson, M. E. (Eosa C.) 1 ch supt of 

Sky Lake hunting grounds T 3h El 

Windsor Snfd 15 Ind tel. 
Attridge, Oscar (Grace) farmer O 100a 

Ih El Kirkwood Kir 39. 
Attridge, W. H. (Hattie) farmer O 64a 

6h 20c E2 Harpursville Col 45 Ind tel. 
Atwater, George (Deette) stock dealer 

T Ih Main St Chenango Forks Bar 56. 
Atwater, John J. (Fannie) farmer O 

121a 3h 7c Maine Mai 52 B tel. 
Atwell, B. F. (Daisy) 4 ch farming T 

Ih El Windsor Win 116. 
Atwell, Corbin S. (Minnie M.) 1 ch 

farmer O 263a 2h 20c El Tunnel Col 

16 Ind tel. 
Atwell, Edith farmer O 118a 2h 8c E6 

Susquehanna Pa Win 107. 
Atwell, Edward (Ida) 1 ch farmer O 

150a 2h 7e E6 Susquehanna Pa Win 

111. 
Atwell, Edward M. (Eva) storekeeper & 

oil operator O 586a 3h 22c El Wind- 
sor Snfd 17. 
Atwell, Ernest H. (Laura E.) 3 ch 

head sawyer T Ic El Windsor Snfd 17 

Ind tel. 
Atwell, Hanna bds El Windsor Win 116. 
Atwell. Morris farmer bds with Osmer 

Mallery E6 Susquehanna Pa Win 107 

Ind tel. 
Atwell, Phebie E6 Susquehanna Pa Win 

107. 
Atwell, Mrs. Sarah bds with Wm. Wright 

El Windsor Snfd 17. 
Atwood, Charlie (Dell) farmer O 32a 2h 

10c Killawog Lis 41 Ind tel. 
Atwood, Harry W. (Irene) 2 ch T Killa- 
wog Lis 37. 
Atwood, Hiel (Ernestine) laborer O 

H&L Killawog Lis 37 Ind tel. 
Auchinachie, a. Castle Creek. 
Augevine, Leon E. (Margaret) 2 ch 

farmer T 2h 3c Union Un 3. 
Austin, Charles A. (Ann) farmer O ISOa 

3h 32c E6 Susquehanna Pa Win 108. 
Austin, David W. (Minnie) 1 ch farmer 

O 260a 3h 15c E2 Vestal Ves 8 Ind 

tel. 
Austin, E. E. Conklin. 
Austin, Fred (Bertha) farmer 130a 

3h 6c Chenango Forks Bar 30. 
Austin, Fred (Nellie) 7 ch farmer T E6 

Susquehanna Pa Win 108. 



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Austin, George E. (Mae) farmer T 31i 
31c El Nineveh Snfd 34 Ind tel. 

Austin, George N. ret T Deposit Snfd 47. 

Austin, Lee (Jessie) farmer bds with 
J. B. Lamphere El Nineveh Snfd 33. 

Austin, Mrs. Lena clerk Susquehanna Pa 
Win 109. 

Austin, Lydia T Main St Center Village 
Col 91. 

Austin, L. E. (Ina) 4 ch teamster T 2h 
Ic E2 Chenango Forks Bkr 50. 

Austin, Mrs. Vesey 4 ch T Harpursville 
Col 90. 

Avery, George (Carrie E.) 7 ch wks in 
shoe shop T Vestal Ves 21. 

Avery, Inez O H&L Harpursville Col 74. 

Avis, Bert (Grace) 2 ch vyks in shoe shop 
T Ih Vestal Ves 21. 

Avis, Friend (Stella) 2 ch wks in tan- 
nery T Vestal Ves 22. 

Ayers, Elmer (Lillian) 1 ch farmer O 
90a 4h 12c El Kirkwood Kir 16. 

Ayers, G. W. (Goldie) 1 ch farmer T 3h 
lie El Nineveh Col 100. 

Ayers, Olive (dau Ehner) teacher El 
Kirkwood Kir 16. 

Aylesworth, Cliarles (Bertha) 2 ch farm- 
er Sa Ih E2 Chenango Forks Tri 53. 

Aylesworth, Dell (Etta) 4 ch butter- 
maker T Ih Center Lisle Lis 20 B tel. 

Aylesworth, Jay (Ida) farmer O 56a 2h 
2c El Chenango Forks Fen 2. 

Aylesworth, J. A. (Margaret) general 
store O la Ih Main St Center Village 
Col 91 Ind' tel. 

Aylesworth, William (Emma A.) 3 ch 
farmer T 2h 13c E2 Chenango Forks 
Bar 48. 

Aylesworth, Willis ret bds with Charles 
E2 Clienango Forks Tri 53. 

Ayleworth, A. E. 2 ch farmer T 2h 6c 
E4 Binghamton Chen 49. 

Ayres, Charles (Mary) 5 ch farmer O 
166a 3h 23c Corbettsville Conk 41. 

Babcock, Charles (Ora) 2 ch farmer T 
3h 37c El Tunnel Col 24 Ind tel. 

Babcock, John mechanic T Lisle Lis 45. 

Babcock, Joseph (Jennie) carpenter O 
H&L E2 Eichford Lis 7. 

Babicek, Joseph farmer T Ih El Bing- 
hamton Bin 45. 

Bacon, Fred H. (Dollie) 4 ch groceries 
T Ih Sanitaria Springs Col 10 B tel. 

Bacon, Lewis T. (Mary E.) clerk O H&L 

Sanitaria Springs Col 14%. 
Badger, David E. (Hattie) 3 ch farmer 
. O 61a 2h 8c E3 Binghamton Kir 54. 
Badger, E. A. Cheriango Forks. 
Badger, Mrs. Lou J. Ouaquaga. 

Badger, M. M. Ouaquaga. 



Bagley, Fred (Josephine) laborer El 

Binghamton Conk 1. 
Bailey, A. G. (Clara) farmer O 76a 2h 

7c El Choconut Pa Ves 39 Ind tel. 
Bailey, Ben (Minnie) laborer O H&L Ic 

E4 Marathon Lis 39. 
Bailey, Charles (Jennie) farmer 

161a 4h 8c Conklin Conk 39 B tel. 
Bailey, Mrs. Chas. 2 ch O H&L Glen 

Aubrey Nan 30 Ind tel. 
Bailey, Edwin E. bds with N. D. Sanford 

Snfd 41. 
Bailey, Henry F. (Nellie) minister T Ih 

E2 Vestal Ves 17. 
Bailey, H. P. (Moriah) farmer 80a 

2h 12c Sanford Snfd 32 Ind tel. 
Bailey, N. D. (Helen S.) farmer 8a 

Ih 2c Sanford Snfd 41 Ind tel. 
Bailey, Eansom (Mary) 1 ch farmer T 

Ih Lisle Lis 45. 
Bailey, Solomon (Jessie) 1 ch farmer 

100a 3h 25c E4 Binghamton Dick 4 B 

tel. 
Bailey, Warren N. ret bds with Perry 

W. Potts E2 Vestal Ves 28. 
Bailey, William (Lena) 4 ch farmer O 

100a 4h Ic E3 Newark Valley Mai 28. 
Baird, Earl mail carrier T 3h El Tunnel 

Col 19 Ind tel. 
Baird, Myron L. (Cora M.) T Sanitaria 

Springs Col 4. 
Bakeman, Henry J. (Florence) 3 ch 

farmer 37a Ih 6c El Johnson City 

Un 49. 
-Baker, Byron (Kate) farmer 95a Ih 

lie El Lisle Lis 19 Ind tel. 
Baker, Chas. (Elenora) 1 ch farmer O 

135a 3h 25c E4 Binghamton Chen 30 

B tel. 
Baker, Chas. D. (Irene) farmer & sells 

gas engines O 23a 2h 12c Whitney 

Point Tri 4 Ind tel. 
Baker, Charles G. (Frances) 2 ch farm- 
er O 180a 4h 33c E2 Chenango Forks 

Tri 48 Ind tel. 
Baker, Clement A. (son Chas. D.) ma- 
chinist Whitney Point Tri 4 Ind tel. 
Baker, C. D. E2 Chenango Forks. 
Baker, Diar (Abistine) merchant O H&L 

2h North Sanford Snfd 59 Ind tel. 
Baker, Mrs. Edith O H&L Ouaquaga 

Col 84. 
Baker, Emeral T. (Elizabeth) 3 ch farm- 
er 110a 3h 22e El Tunnel Col 33 Ind 

tel. 
Baker, Mrs. Emma D. T E2 Harpurs- 
ville Col 40. 
Baker, Ethel (dau Gilbert S.) clerk El 

Kirkwood Kir 22 Ind tel. 
Baker, F. L. (Luella) 1 ch farmer 

105a 2h 10c E2 Windsor Win 79. 



BROOME COUNTY 



Baker, George (Everett) 3 eh busman 

T Harpursville Col 90 Ind tel. 
Baker, George D. (Mattie C.) farmer 

400a 5h 22c Rl Nineveh Snfd 38 Ind 

tel. 
Baker, Mrs. Georgiana T Ouaquaga 

Col 84. 
Baker, Gilbert S. (Flora) 1 eh farmer O 

60a 3h 9e Rl Kirkwood Kir 22 Ind 

tel. 
Baker, Henry G. (Euthenia) laborer T 

Rl Windsor Snfd 17. 
Baker, Herman (Lizzie) farmer O S.5a 

3h 17c Rl Lisle Lis 16 Ind tel. 
Baker, H. N. (Cassa) 5 ch manager T 

Tunnel Col 18 Ind tel. 
Baker, Jay A. (Bertha) 1 cli farmer T 

3h lie R2 Harpursville Col 40. 
Baker, Jay B. (Mertie) 1 ch wagon & 

auto repairing & horse shoeing O H&L 

Sanitaria Springs Col 4. 
Baker, Lamont V. farmer T Ih R4 Bing- 

hamton Fen 10. 
Baker, Lorenzo D. (Maud H.) farming 

O 155a 3h 26c Gulf Summit Snfd 19 

Ind tel. 
Baker, N. W. (Drusilla) 2 ch laborer 

H&L R2 Vestal Ves 16. 
Baker, Olin J. (Vivia O.) 3 ch farmer 

O 56a 2h 4c R4 Binghamton Fen 10 B 

tel. 
Baker, Rufus K. (L. F.) farmer T R4 

Binghamton Fen 10 B tel. 
Baker, Satira T Lisle Lis 44. 
Baker, William S. (Mila) painter H&L 

Harpursville Col 871/2. 
Balch, Ira farmer O 51a Killawog Lis 41. 
Baldwin, Alonzo (Emma) farmer T 2h 

12c Whitney Point Lis 51. 
Baldwin, Bert laborer Whitney Point 

Lis 51. 
Baldwin, Cecil laborer bds with Fleming 

McBurney Triangle Tri 52. 
Baldwin, Chas. H. (Nettie) 4 ch farmer 

O 400a 4h 41c Rl Lisle Nan 7 Ind tel. 
Baldwin, Mrs. Elmira T Rl Chenango 

Forks Fen 31. 
Baldwin, Ethel Nanticoke. 
Baldwin, Mrs. E. C. 1 ch T Center Vil- 
lage Col 95. 
Baldavin, John C. farmer & lumberman 

O 170a 2h Rl Great Bend Pa Win 47. 
Baldwin, L. T. (Minnie) farmer O 200a 

4h 18c Rl Lisle Nan 13 Ind tel. 
Ballantine, P. proprietor of Corbett 

farms O 365a 9h 114c Conklin. 
Ballard, Be Forest (Polly) 2 eh farm- 
er O 100a 7h 12c Rl Lisle Nan 9. 
Ballow, Ira R. ])liysician O iy->a Maine 

Mai 24 B tel. 



Banager, Paul L. ret O H&L Rl Wind- 
sor Win 116. 

Banker, Levi (Clara) farmer H&L 2c 
Conklin Conk 39. 

Barber, Mr. farmer Rl Nineveh Col 116. 

Barber, E. A. (Lillian M.) wks at E. J. 
Co. O H&L E2 .lohnson City Un 45%. 

Barber, Fred (Florence) 4 ch blacksmith 
T 2h Upper Lisle Tri 19. 

Barber, W. B. (Lena R.) farmer T 3h 
16c R4 Binghamton Chen 37 B tel. 

Bardin, Mary teacher bds with .lames 
Hoggins North Sanford Snfd 59. 

Barlow, Charles (Edna) 1 ch farmer 
O 31a 2h Sc Rl Conklin Conk 6. 

Barlow, Frank farmer O 25a 3li 4(' Rl 
Binghamton C!onk 5 B tel. 

Barlow, Henry W. (Ella) farmer O la 
Ih Rl Binghamton Conk 1. 

Barlow, Mrs. Kate O H&L Vestal Center 
Ves 62%. 

Barlow, Leroy (son Kate) ret Vestal 
Center Ves 62%. 

Barlow, Willis J. (Addie) farmer O 78a 
2I1 12c R3 Binghamton Kir 46 Ind tel. 

Barnek, Mrs. Jennie O H&L Ih Ic Clie- 
nango Forks Bar 54s 

Barnes, Ansel (Lena Mae) 2 ch farmer 
T 2h 16c Deposit Snfd 28 Ind tel. 

Barnes, Charles H. (Julia) farmer O 6a 
Ic Vestal Ves 21. 

Barnes, De Forest (Hannah) 2 ch farm- 
er T 3h Ic Port Crane Fen 12. 

Barnes, Duane (Delia) 1 ch farmer O 
157a 4h 40c Whitney Point Nan 30 
Ind tel. 

Barnes, E. R. (May) 2 ch farmer O 
esi/oa 4h 15c Hooper Un 32. 

Barnes, George (Carrie) teamster O 
H&L Harpursville Col 92. 

Barnes, Grace I), (dau H. D.) Rl Wind- 
sor Win 105. 

Barnes, G. V. farmer O 180a 3h 12c R3 
Greene Tri 46 Ind tel. 

Barnes, Jack laborer bds with J. A. Kim- 
ble Vestal Ves 23. 

Barnes, J. D. (Mary) ret bds with Char- 
lotte L. Egbertson Upper Lisle Tri 17. 

Barnes, K. D. (Ella) 1 ch farmer O 80a 
Ih 10c Rl Windsor Win 105. 

Barnes, Margaret (dau G. V.) R3 Greene 
Tri 45 Ind tel. 

Barnes, Oscar (Ella) farmer O 84a 4h 
15c Sanitaria Springs Col 4. 

Barnes, Theodore (May) farmer O H&L 
3h Ic Port Crane Fen 12. 

Barnes, William F. farmer O 55a 2h 12c 
R2 Johnson City Un 21 B tel. 

Barney, C. W. (Carrie) ret H&L Har- 
pursville Col 74. 



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Barney, Fred (Leila) farmer O 60a lli 

care FriendsviHe stage Binghaniton 

A'es 78. 
Barnger, Geo. Rl East Windsor Win 103. 
Baruhardt, A. Burt farmer T Rl Tunnel 

Fen 45 Ind tel. 
Baknhardt, Colonel T. (Mary L.) 1 eh 

farmer T oh 25c Rl Tunnel Feu 45 

Ind tel. 
Barxhart, .John C. Castle Creek Bar 9. 
Barnhart, J. F. (Lida C.) 1 ch farmer O 

200a 2h o2c Castle Creek Bar 9. 
Barnner, David William ret T Port Crane 

Fen 8. 
Barnum, B. C. (Stella) 1 ch farmer O 

70a 3h o5c R2 Johnson City Un 45 

B tel. 
Barnum, Harry (Rose) "wks for E, 

Johnson Shoe Factory T Ih Rl John- 
son City Un 50 B tel. 
Barnum, Ira T. (Linda) farmer O 52a 

3h lOe R2 Johnson City Un 36 B tel. 
Barnum, Mrs. Sara J. T R2 Harpurs- 

ville Col 40. 
Bark, William V. R2 Harpursville. 
Barrett, Devenca M. (Hattie) 1 ch 

farmer O 20a Ih 4c Rl Conklin Conk 

Ind tel. 
Barrows, Alpheus (Lavinia) farmer 

6Sa 2h 15c Whitney I'oint Lis 50. 



Barrows, Charles A. (Debbie) farmer 

T R2 Johnson City Un 28. 
Barrows, Chester (Mary) 1 ch farmer T 

■2h 16c R2 Berkshire Lis 15 Ind tel. 
Barrows, Dell (Nellie) 1 eh farmer O 

80a 2h 20c Rl Lisle Lis 35. 
Barrows, Edgar E. (Lola) mechanic O 

H&L R4 Marathon Lis 41. 
Barrows, Ernest ( Bell ) 2 ch farmer O 

120a 4h 22c Rl Lisle Lis 19 Ind tel. 
Barrows, Erwin (Lucy) 4 ch farmer T 

7h 40c R2 Johnson City Un 28 B tel. 
Barrows, L. E. R2 Johnson City. 
Barry, Mrs. Lena bds with Katheriue 

Grace 165a Rl Kirkwood Kir 31 

Ind tel. 
Barsham, Henry (Lillie) 1 eh farmer O 

48a 3h 12e Rl Kirkwood Kir 38 Ind 

tel. 
Bartelson, Wesley (Florence) farmer T 

Ih 3c R2 Vestal Ves 20. 
Bartholomew, Charles bds Vestal Ves 

231/2. 
Bartholomew, Francis (son Mrs. Mary) 

farmer Vestal Ves 23^4. 
Bartholomew, George (Minnie) 1 ch 

farmer & broommaker O 30a Ih 2c Rl 

Vestal Ves 77 Ind tel. 
Bartholomew, Mrs. Marv O 71a Vestal 
Ves 231/2. 







Blossoms and Fruit. A Single Apple Tree which Yielded gS Baskets of Fruu in u.,e o. 

55 



BROOME COUNTY 



Bartleson, George bds with W. F. Stout 

R4 Deposit Snfd 28. 
Barton, Adna B. (Elenora) 1 ch ret O 

70a 3e E2 Susquehanna, Pa. Win 52 

Ind tel. 
Barton, Archie (son Adna) farmer T 2h 

3c R2 Susquehanna, Pa. Win 52 B tel. 
Barton, Cliarles (Lillian B.) 1 ch farmer 

O 180a 4h 50c Rl Chenango Forks 

Fen 34 B tel. 
Barton, C. (Eliza) farmer O 15a Ih Rl 

Union Un 6. 
Barton, Ernest O. (Bertha) 2 ch 

farmer O 62a 2h 7c R2 Susquehaiina, 

Pa. Win 58 Ind tel. 
Barton, E. (Hattie) farmer O 50a 4h 

12c E4 Binghamton Chen 44. 
Barton, Frank L. (Estella) farming T 

2h lOe Willow Point Ves 53. 
Barton, George W. (Rosealene) farmer 

O 3a 3c E2 Union Un 17 B tel. 
Barton. L. W. (Lillian) 1 ch farmer O 

75a eh lie E4 Binghamton Chen 43 

B tel. 
Barton, Orlie (Jessie) farmer T 5h 8c 

Vestal Center Ves 69. 
Barton, Oscar S. (Emma L.) farmer 

& furniture repairing shop O 26a Ih 

4c R2 Susquehanna, Pa. Win 57 Ind 

tel. 
Barton, Tracy (Patience) 4 ch farmer 

O 20a 2h Rl Vestal Ves 49. 
Barton, Ward R. (Zoe W.) school teach- 
ing T Sanitaria Springs Col 14%. 
Barton, Wealthy (dau Oscar S.) school 

teacher R2 Susquehanna, Pa. Win 51 

Ind tel. 
Basa, Steve (Theresa) 4 ch farmer O 

91a 2h 5c Rl Binghamton Conk 17 B 

tel. 
Basset, Augusta O H&L Lisle Lis 45. 
Bates, Bradley farmer O 300a 4h 30c 

Rl Harpursville Col 741/2. 
Bates, B. H. Harpursville. 
Bates, Frank L. (Ines) 1 ch farmer O 

62a 2h 9c R2 Harpursville Col 92. 
Bates, Frederick A. (Maud) wks at 

shoe factory O H&L R2 Johnson City 

Un 451/3. 
Bates, George H. (Gracia M.) farmer T 

2h 6c R6 Susquehanna, Pa. Win 109 

Ind tel. 
Bates, M. D. R5 Binghamton. 
Bates, Raymond sanitarium T Sanitaria 

Springs Col 10. 
Batsholts, David J. (Anna) ret O l%a 

H&L Rl Windsor Win 116 Ind tel. 
Baty, Mrs. Amelia 5a Ic R2 Vestal 

Ves 21 Ind tel. 
Baty, Don V. (Nora) farmer T Vestal 

Ves 23%. 



Baty, Lee (Minnie) 1 ch farmer O 72a 

2h 9c Endicott Un 29 Ind tel. 
Baudendistnl, Raymond J. (son Mrs. K. 

H.) section foreman Gulf Summit 

Snfd 201/2. 
Baudendistel, Mrs. Katherine H. T Gulf 

Summit Snfd 201/2. 
Baxter, Benjamin A. (Cora A.) 1 ch 

farmer O 122%a 2h 15c R2 Chenango 

Forks Tri 52 Ind tel. 
Baxter, Del. B. (Minnie E.) 5 ch 

farmer & real estate O 12a 3h 16c E3 

Binghamton Col 7 B tel. 
Baxter, Mrs. Mary O H&L Ouaquaga Col 

83. 
Baxtelr, Sidney J. (Marion) 1 ch feed 

store & coal yard O H&L Hooper Un 

32 B tel. See adv. 
Bayless, Dudley H. farmer O 50a 2h 

Ic Union Un 16 B tel. 
Bayless, Lucy W. farmer O 93a Ih 5c 

R5 Binghamton Mai 67 B tel. 
Bayless, Samuel (Adelia) ret O 75a 

2h 12c R3 Binghamton Kir 9. 
Bayless, Theadore (Nancy) laborer O 

H&L Ih Rl Union Un 13 B tel. 
Beach, Dewitt carpenter Ih bds with 

Mrs. Mary Elliott RD Whitney Point 

Tri 5 Ind tel. 
Beach, L. E. (Pearl) 1 ch stock dealer 

O 72a 2h 10c RD Chenango Bridge 

Clien. 
Beagle, Victor. E. (Katherine) 2 ch 

plumber O H&L Binghamton Dick B 

tel. 
Beall, Cash 2 ch farmer O 370a 7h 17c 

R2 Binghamton Bin 20% Ind tel. 
Beall, Elizabeth housekeeper for Cash 

Beall R2 Binghamton Bin 20% Ind 

tel. 
Beall, Mrs. Lucinda bds R2 Binghamton 

Bin 20% Ind tel. 
Beall, Omar (son Cash) farmer R2 Bing- 
hamton Bin 20% Ind tel. 
Beall, Ruth (dau Cash) R2 Binghamton 

Bin 20% Ind tel. 
Bean, Frank D. (Jessie) 5 ch black- 
smith O H&L Ih Maine Mai 26. 
Beardslee, Darwin M. (Belle) ret O 

3a Ih Rl Whitney Point Tri 15 Che- 
nango Valley tel. 
Beardsley, Mrs. Catherine bds at Martin 

Fox R2 Clienango Forks Tri 53 Ind 

tel. 
Beardsley, Charles F. (Edna) farmer O 

130a 3h 19c RD Tunnel Col 30. 
Beardsley, Cory G. Rl Harpursville. 
Beardsley, Dewitt W. (Sarah) store- 
keeper & farmer O 110a Ih Triangle 

Tri 53 Ind tel. 
Beardsley, D. W. R2 Chenango Forks. 



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EUEAL DIRECTORY 



Beardsley, Mrs. Frank D. 2 ch farming 
O 100a 3h 17e Rl Whitney Point Tri 
31 Ind tel. 

Beardsley, "William H. (Martha) farmer 
T Ih R4 Binghamton Fen 10 B tel. 

Beavan, Edward D. (Ellen) farmer O 
300a 4h 20c 30 chickens R2 Susque- 
hanna, Pa. Win 52 Ind tel. 

Beavan, Esther bds R2 Susquehanna, Pa. 
Win 91. 

Beavan, James C. (Ada) 1 ch farmer 
O 180a 3h 15c R2 Susquehanna, Pa. 
Win 91 Ind tel. 

Beavan, J. G. farmer & lumberman O 
98a Ic R2 Susquehanna, Pa. Win 91. 

Beavan, Leon C. farmer R2 Susquehanna, 
Pa. Win 91. 

Beavan, Mary farmer 40a R2 Susque- 
hanna, Pa. Win 91. 

Beavan, Thomas (Mary) 2 ch farmer O 
120a 9c Rl Great Bend, Pa. Win 68 
Ind tel. 

Beavan, Wilber (son Edward) R2 Sus- 
quehanna, Pa. Win 52. 

Beckley, Will (Georgia) 1 ch farmer 
48a 2h 4e Center Village Col 95. 

Beckwith, Alice housekeeper for Merton 
Lucas Whitney Point Tri 5 Ind tel. 

Beckwith, Charles R. (Ella) truck gar- 
dening & florist O 75a 4h 14c R4 Bing- 
hamton Fen 10 B tel. 

Beckwith, Mrs. Julia 1 ch O 196a 2h 
10c Rl Whitney Point Tri 41 Ind 
tel. 

Beckwith, Louis W. (son Chas.) truck 
gardening & florist R4 Binghamton 
Fen 10 B tel. 

Beckwith, Mrs. Mary E. O 14a R4 Bing- 
hamton Fen 10. 

Bedell, Marcus (Roseanna) farmer O 
3a Ih 2c Rl Binghamton Conk 16 B 
tel. 

Beebe, Betsey ret R2 Susquehanna, Pa. 
Win 98 Ind tel. 

Beebe, Burt S. (Mary) farmer O 100a 
2h 7c R2 Susquehanna, Pa. Win 98 
Ind tel. 

Beebe, Cecil (son Warren) farmer R2 
Susquehanna, Pa. Win 98. 

Beebe, C. L. (Myrtie) 2 ch farmer 
100a 4h 6c R2 Susquehanna, Pa. Win 
99. 

Beebe, Frank L. (son Win. S.) chauffeur 
Kirkwood Kir 20 B & Ind tels. 

Beebe, Herbert (Katherine) farmer O 
80a 9c R2 Susquehanna, Pa. Win 97 
Ind tel. 

Beebe, Lewis (Carrie) 2- ch farmer O 
107a 3h lee R2 Susquehanna, Pa. Win 
98 Ind tel. 



Beebe, N. E. (Lottie) 9 ch farmer T 

2h 26c Rl Lisle Lis 17 Ind tel. 
Beebe, Vivian (dau C. L.) teacher public 

school R2 Susquehanna Pa Win 99. 
Beebe, Warren (Ada) 2 ch farmer O 

60a 2h 10c R2 Susquehanna Pa Win 98 

Ind tel. 
Beebe, William S. physician H&L Ih 

Kirkwood Kir 20 B & Ind tels. 
Beecher, Samuel M. (Eliza D.) farmer 

23a Ih 4c Rl Chenango Forks Fen 32. 
Beers, Andrew H. (Mary L.) 2 ch farm- 
er 80a Ih 8c R2 Windsor Kir 36. 
Beilby, Charles, Jr. (Myra) farmer O 

(60a 3h 4c North Sanford Snfd 59 Ind 

tel. 
Beilby, Chas. (Delphene) farmer T 2h 

20e Sanford Snfd 59 Ind tel. 
Beilby, Eleahoner bds Deposit Snfd 55. 
Beilby, Emerson (Marion) farmer O SOa 

2h 12c Deposit Snfd 55 Ind tel. 
Beilby, Glenn farmer 106a 2h 30c De- 
posit Snfd 55 Ind tel. 
Beilby, Jay (Grace R.) 5 ch farmer 

245a 3h 47c Deposit Snfd 61 Ind tel. 
Beittman, Jos. R5 Binghamton. 
Bell, Bert W. (Edna) farmer O 40a 2h 

5c Rl Great Bend Pa Win 63 Ind tel. 
Bell, Bradley C. (Lulu) 2 ch farmer O 

100a 3h 16c Rl Great Bend Pa Win 63 

Ind tel. 
Bell, Floyd (Nina) 3 ch farmer O 85a 

2h 24c Rl Great Bend Pa Win 65 Ind 

tel. 
Bell, Harry (Lottie) 4 ch electrician T 

Center Village Col. 
Bell, James (son Robert) shingle mill Ih 

Ic Rl Great Bend Pa Win 41. 
Bell, Joe A. (Bessie) 2 ch farmer O 71a 

2h 14c Rl Great Bend Pa Win 16 Ind 

tel. 
Bell, John (Eleanor) 1 ch farmer 140a 

5h 22e Rl Tunnel Col 27 Ind tel. 
Bell, Richmond (son Samuel) Rl Great 

Bend Pa Win 65 Ind tel. 
Bell, Robert J. (Anna) 1 ch farmer O 

100a 2h 7c Rl Great Bend Pa Win 41 

Ind tel. 
Bell, Samuel A. (Anna) 1 ch farmer 

80a 3h 9c Rl Great Bend Pa Win 65 

Ind tel. 
Beman, George (Lois) 1 ch farmer T i!li 

15c Tunnel Col 26 Ind tel. 
Beman, Morrell (Jean) 2 ch car repairer 

T Nineveh Col 90. 
Bemmiek, Afton (Julia) 6 ch farmer 

123%a 2h 5c R2 Harpursville Col 42. 
Benedict, Archie W. (Hazel M.) 1 ch 

station agent T Port Crane Fen 9 B 

tel. 



57 



BROOME COUNTY 



Benedict, Hattie O 2a Windsor Win 

Benedict, M. L. (Mary E.) 5 ch farmer 
O 99a 3h 15c Chenango Forks Bar 3]. 

Benedict, Wni. farmer O 5a Lisle Lis 44. 

Benjamin, Fred (Grace) 3 ch laborer O 
H&L A^estal Center Ves 64. 

Benjamin, George (son Nathaniel) (Lot- 
tie) 3 ch laborer Rl Vestal Ves 60. 

Benjamin, Miner (son Nathaniel) sec- 
tion hand on D L & W Rl Vestal 
Ves 60. 

Benjamin, Miner (Lury) farmer 80a 
2h 7c Rl Choconut Pa Ves 71. 

Benjamin. Nathaniel (Belle) farmer O 
la Rl Vestal Ves 60. 

Benlinger, Herbert D. (Elizabeth) clerk 
T Ih Ic R2 Johnson City Un 53 B tel. 

Benn, Geo. F. (Nettie) farmer O 140a 
2h 9c R6 Susquehanna Pa Win 107. 

Benn, Grant (Myra) farmer O 120a 3h 
10c R2 Binghamton Bin 5. 

Bennett, Carl E. (Alice) 3 ch carpenter 
O 2a Rl C'onklin Conk 35 B tel. 

Bennett, Edward fanner O 26a Ih Rl 
Great Bend Pa Win 37 Ind tel. 

Bennett, Edwin (Eva) farmer T 3h 7c 
R3 Newark Valley Mai 27 B' tel. See 
adv. 

Bennett, Mrs. Elizabeth A. T R4 Bing- 
hamton Fen 10 B tel. 

Bennett, Eknest F. (son Geo.) lumber- 
ing Rl Great Bend Pa Win 68 Ind tel. 

Bennett, Floyd (Lena) 1 ch farmer O 
74a 3c Chenango Forks Bar 31. 

Bennett, Geo. F. (Hattie) 2 ch farmer O 
176a 5h 32c Rl Great Bend Pa Win 68 
Ind tel. 

Bennett, Henry farmer O 87a Ih Rl Nin- 
eveh Snfd 7. 

Bennett, H. F. (Helen) 2 ch farmer O 
150a 6h 24c Maine Mai 28 B tel. 

Bennett, Julia E. bds Rl Vestal Ves 91 
B tel. 

Bennett, J. J. (Jennie) huckster H&L 
2h Vestal Ves 21. 

Bennett, Lewis M. (Ella) 1 ch farmer 
O 100a 2h 15c Rl Conkliu Conk 34 B 
tel. 

Bennett, Lucius farmer O 190a 2h 4c 
30 sheep Rl Great Bend Pa Win 37 
Ind tel. 

Bennett, L. H. (Isabel) 3 ch butcher O 
H&L 4h R2 Vestal Ves 21 Ind tel. 

/feennett, L. M. (Frances) laborer T Cor- 
bettsville Conk 41. 

Bennett, Philo 1 ch farmer O 224a Rl 
Great Bend Pa Win 40 Ind tel. 

Bennett, Ray (son Geo. F.) laborer Great 
Bend Pa Win 68 Ind tel. 



Bennett, Mrs. Rose farming T Rl Che- 
nango Forks Fen 34 B tel. 
Bennett, Will (Jennie) 1 ch farmer O 

60a 3h 6c Vestal Center Ves 46. 
Bennett, W. E. (Jessie) farming O 5()a 

3h 4c Willow Point Ves 88. 
Benael, Allen (Dora) 1 ch machinist O 

131/oa Ih Rl Vestal Ves 63 Ind tel. 
Benson, Aaron (Polly) farmer O 13a 4c 

Tunnel Col 18. 
Benton, Charles D. 1 eh farmer O 75a 2h 

Maine Mai 26 B tel. 
Benton, Clara E. (dau L. M.) clerk 

Maine Mai 26 B tel. 
Benton, Leroy M. (Helen E.) farmer O 

60a 2h Maine Mai 26 B tel. 
Benton, Nellie (dau C.) post office 

clerk Maine Mai 26 B tel. 
Benward, James farmer T Port Crane 

Fen 8. 
Bergman, R. K. (Myrtle) 5 ch farmer T 

3h 20c Rl Great Bend Pa Win 60 Ind 

tel. 
Berry, Clark (Katherine E.) 4 ch farmer 

O 200a 4h 36c Rl Port Crane Col 13 

B tel. 
Berry, Edward (Wanita) 1 eh farmer T 

4h 2c R4 Susquehanna Pa Win 53 Ind 

tel. 
Berry, William (Minnie) 5 ch carting & 

hauling T 2h 2c Rl Kirkwood Kir 16. 
Belts, Anna M. nursing Willow Point 

Ves 89. 
Betts, Charles A. (Caroline) farming 

O 74a 3h 9c Willow Point Ves 89. 
Betts, Penie (son W. E.) East Windsor 

Win 101. 
Betts, Walter (son W. E.) East Windsor 

Win 101. 
Betts, W. C. (Elsie) 2 ch farmer & stock 

buyer O 86a 5h 12c RD East Windsor 

Win 101. 
Bench, Lewis (Dorcas) laborer T Killa- 

wog Lis 37. 
Bevier, W. T. Center Village. 
Beyea, James (Emma) laborer T Nanti- 

coke Nan 9. 
Beyea, Omer (Emma) 1 ch farmer O 

150a 4h 21e R5 Binghamton Chen 22. 
Bice, Burton (Lavenia) 5 ch telegra])li 

operator O 40a Ih 6c R6 Susquelianna 

Pa Win 111 Ind tel. 
Bice, C. W. (](lary A.) 1 ch farmer O 

184a 2h lOe R6 Susquehanna Pa Win 

134. 
Bice, S. C. (Helen) farmer & lumberman 

O 143a 2h 13c R6 Susquehanna P:i 

Win 110 Ind tel. 
Bidwell, Celic A. farmer 0, 16a R2 John- 
son City Un 45. 



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RURAL DIRECTORY 



Billings, John 1 ch farmer 200a 2h 

24c Rl,Conklin Conk 25 B tel. 
Bingham, Frank (Jennie) 2 ch farmer O 

106a 2c R5 Biughamton Mai 67 B tel. 
Bingham, Haran L. (Elvira) 5 ch farmer 

O 75a 2h lie Rl Tunnel Fen 43 Ind 

tel. 
Bingham, H. Olin (Delia C.) farmer O 

100a 2h lie Rl Port Crane Fen 19 B 

tel. 
Bingham, William H. (Ellen M.) ret O 

H&L Port Crane Fen 18. 
Birchard, F. D. (Sarah) general mer- 
chandise T Itaska Bar 20 B tel. 
Bird, B. W. (Lois) 2 ch rural delivery 

carrier T Ih Kirkwood Kir 20. 
Bird, Russell H. (Helen) farmer O 72a 

4h 11c Rl Kirkwood Kir 19 Ind tel. 
Birdsall. N. J. ret O H&L Yestal Yes 23. 
Birse, Frank (Jessie) farmer T 2h lie 

R2 Binghaniton Bin 4. 
Bishop, Allonson bds Killawog Lis 42. 
Bishop, Charles (Grace) 1 ch farmer O 

84a 2h 15c Lisle Lis 45. 
Bishop, Eugene (Nettie) 4 ch farmer 

60a 3h 5c Glen Aubrey Bar 7 B tel. 
Bishop, Ina housekeeper for Leonard Rl 

Kiikwood Kir 16. 
Bishop, Leonard farmer O 45a 2h 7c Rl 

Kirkwood Kir 16. 
Bissell, Myron F. (Clara S.) 2 ch farmer 

O 44a 3h 12c R3 Binghaniton Fen 12 

B tel. 
Black, E. L. (Lydia) 3 ch farmer O 90a 

3h 32c Rl Whitney Point Tri 14. 
Blair, Milo ret O H&L Ih Triangle 

Tri 30. 
Blair, R. L. (Frances) farmer O 68a 2h 

5c Castle Creek Chen 28. 
Blaisdell, John E. (Mary E.) farmer 

O 109a 2h 5c Sanitaria Springs Col 

12. 
Blaisure, Charles (Mabel) 4 ch machinist 

O la Ih Yestal Yes 23. 
Blaisure, Grant (Laura) 2 eh O H&L 

Ih R2 Yestal Yes 48. 
Blakeslee, George H. (Hattie) builder 

98a Hooper Un 31 B tel. 
Blakeslee, Harry (Yiola) 4 ch farmer T 

2h 21c Rl Tunnel Col 18. 
Blaksley, Robert (May) 6 ch farmer 

42a 2h Rl Kirkwood Kir 22. 



Blanchard, C. O. (Ella) chauffeur O H&L 

Harpursville Col 91. 
Blanchard, J. J. (Evelyn) 3 ch farmer 

& teaming T 2h Rl Tunnel Col 16. 
Blatchley, Asa (Laura) farmer O 150a 

3h 8c Rl Great Bend Pa Win 43 Ind 

tel. 
Blatchley, Frank A. (son Fred A.) 

farmer Rl Great Bend Pa Win 18. 
Blatchley, Frank A. (Ann) farmer O 

46a Ih 2c Rl Great Bend Pa Win 18 

Ind tel. 
Blatchley, Fred A. (Nettie) 3 ch 

farmer O H&L 2h 4c Rl Great Bend 

Pa Win 18. 
Blatchley, Yernon C. farmer O 295a 5h 

26c Rl Kirkwood Win 22 Ind tel. 
Bleuler, Ed (Anna) 1 ch farmer O 325a 

8h 32c R2 Harpursville Col 46 Ind tel. 
Blincoe, Frank J. (Clara) 3 ch farmer 

O 375a 4h 40c McClure Settlement 

Snfd 30 Ind tel. 
Bliss, Charles (Bertha) machinist O 

22a Ih 12c RD Killawog Lis 41. 
Bliss, Mrs. Elizabeth Main St Chenango 

Forks Bar 56. 
Bliss, Giles R. (Mary) farmer T 5h 33c 

Killawog Lis 42 Ind tel. 
Bliss, Gravdon C. (Louise S.) machinist 

O H&L 'Killawog Lis 39 B tel. 
Blodgett, Marv housekeeper for W. E. 

Adams Rl Whitney Point Tri 14. 
Blomquist, Alfred (Helen) 3 ch carpen- 
ter & farmer care of Frieudsville Stage 

Binghaniton Yes 76 Ind tel. 
Blossom, Raymond G. (Gertie) 3 ch 

farmer T 3h R2 Windsor Win 76. 
Blowers, Guv (Susie) 1 ch farmer O 

100a 3h 28c Sanford Snfd 58 Ind tel. 
Blowers, R. J. (Elsie) farmer O 176;i 

2h 30c R2 Afton Snfd 63 Ind tel. 
Blueler, E. R2 Har])ursville. 
Bluer, E. R2 Harpursville. 
Boardman, Edward G. (Maud) 3 ch 

farming T 2h Willow Point Yes 53 

Ind tel. 
BODGER, H. M. (Celia) farmer O 87a 

2h 12c Ouaquaga Win 101. 
Bodley, Jose])h D. (Almeda) 1 ch bar])er 

O H&L Harpursville Col 74. 
Bodley. N. Y. Rl Windsor. 



P 



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("Barretts") 

lANOS ^^EEKS & Dickinson 

_ 75-77 Collier St. 
Binghamton, N. Y. 



V 



ICTROLAS 



59 



BROOME COUNTY 



Bogart, Allen (Samantliia) mason O 

12a Ih Ic Rl Port Crane Fen 18. 
Bogart, Lewis H. (Jannett E.) 2 cli 
farmer & mason O 42a Ih Rl Port 
Crane Fen 18 B tel. 
Bogart, S. D. ret T Rl Port Crane Fen 

18. 
BoGERT, John E. (Vinnie E.) 1 ch 

bricklayer O H&L Port Crane Fen 12. 
Bogert, Mildred G. farmer T Port Crane 

Fen 12. 
Bolt, Fred (Pearl) 4 cli farming T 

Killawog Lis 41. 
BoNNEY, Lawrence (Zoa) 1 cli farmer 

T 6h 40c Itaska Bar 32. 
Bonnie, V. O. T Whitney Point Bar 13. 
BooRMAN, George (Nellie) 1 ch farmer 

T 3h 25c Rl Marathon Tri 2. 
Booth, Hawley S. (Lulu N.) train dis- 
patcher Chenango Bridge Chen 39 B 

tel. 
Booth, L. D. (Julia) ret O 25a Che- 
nango Bridge Chen 39 B tel. 
Borden, Wm. F. (Lottie) 4 ch farmer 

O 112a 3h 15c Rl Lisle Nan 10 Ind 

tel. 
Borton, Oscar (Eva) teamster T 2h R4 

Binghamton Chen 49. 
Bosket, D. L. farmer bds Deposit Snfd 

54. 
Bosket, Earl bds R6 Susquehanna Pa 

Win 1321/2. 
Bosket, Floyd M. (son Samuel) farmer 

R6 Susquehanna Pa Win 134. 
Bosket, Fredrick E. (Leuretta) 5 ch 

farmer O 50a 2h 12c Deposit Snfd 54. 
Bosket, Samuel (Cora) 3 ch farmer O 

140a 2h 9e E6 Susquehanna Pa Win 

134. 
Bosket, S. W. (Mary Jane) 4 ch farmer 

O 184a 2h 12c R6 Susquehanna Pa 

Win 134. 
Bosket, Theo. A. (son Thomas) R6 Sus- 
quehanna Pa Win 132%. 
Bosket, Thomas E. (Edith) 4 ch farmer 

O 112a 2h 19c E6 Susquehanna Pa 

Win 1321/2 Ind tel. 
Bostwick, Fred D. (Maud) 2 ch wks 

in E. J. shoe factory O la R2 Union 

Un 9 B tel. 
Bostwick, Mrs. Julia farming 70a Ih 

Ic R2 Union Un 9 B tel. 
Bostwick, M. F. general store Chenango 

Forks. 
BoTSFORD, Ernest carpenter O 6a Ih 

Endicott Un 29. 
Botsford, William S. (Jerusha C.) 1 ch 

bds Endicott Un 29. 
Bottle, Thomas H. (Beatrice) 2 ch ma- 
chinist O 6a Ic R2 Windsor Win 27. 



Boughton, D. R. (Ella J.) farmer O 
115a 3h 19c R2 Chenango Forks Bar 
46. 
Boughton, Emeline housekeeper for 

Frank Hull R2 Binghamton Bin 21. 
Boughton, Homer L. farmer O 32a 2h 

2c Rl Johnson City Mai 73 B tel. 
Boughton, Louis farmer O 100a bds with 

E. S. Divine Rl Kirkwood Kir 35. 
Boughton, William (Eva) 3 ch farmer 

T Ic E2 Chenango Forks Tri 53. 
Boulton, Joseph (May) 7 ch farmer O 
137a 2h 14c Rl Windsor Win liey2 
Ind tel. 
Bound, Alfred O 30a 3h 2Sc Rl Kirk- 
wood Kir 20. 
Bound, Mrs. Eliza bds Rl Kirkwood Kir 

20. 
Bound, Frank farmer O 30a Rl Kirk- 
wood Kir 20. 
Bound, Jessie housekeejier for Frank Rl 

Kirkwood Kir 20. . 
Bouren, Alson (Maud) 6 ch farmer O 

110a Ih 5c Rl Windsor Win 117. 
Bowe, E. L. general store Chenango 

Forks. 
Bowen, Geo. O. (May J.) ret O 5a Rl 

Tunnel Fen 34 B tel. 
Bower, Oren E. (Ethel) 3 ch wks in 
E. J. shoe factory T Rl Union Un 6. 
Bowers, Charles G. ret O 38a Maine 

Mai 26 B tel. 
Bowman, B. B. (Nancy H.) bottling 
business 4a Ih R4 Binghamton Chen 
15 B tel. 
Bowman, Charles D. (Grace E.) 3 ch 
farmer O 97a 2h 13c Rl Kirkwood 
Win 21 Ind tel. 
Bowman, Charles O. (Mae S.) 1 ch 
farmer O 40a 5h 17c Rl Chenango 
Forks Fen 1. 
Bowman, D. A. (Edna) 3 ch farmer O 
135a 4h 24c Castle Creek Bar 24 B 
tel. 
Bowman, Mrs. E. O 140a 2h 2c R2 Sus- 
quehanna Pa Win 99 Ind tel. 
Bowman, Harry (Anna) 5 ch farmer 
O 100a 4h 18e Rl Kirkwood Win 21 
Ind tel. 
'Bowman, John (Irene) 1 ch bds with 
Leroy McCulley Rl Nineveh Snfd 37. 
Bowman, J. C. (May) farmer O 64a 2h 

8c R2 Vestal Ves 21. 
BowREN, Andrew F. (Shirley) 2 ch 
farmer 219a 3h 31c Rl Windsor Win 
116. 
Boxey, Geo. W. (Adeline) farmer O 

H&L Rl Chenango Forks Fen 1. 
Boyce, Ernest (Lottie) 5 ch telegraph 
operator T Nineveh Col 90. 



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EUEAL DIEECTOEY 



Boyce, Henry ret bds with Andrew H. 

Beers E2 Windsor Kir 36. 
Bradley, B. H. (Mary) 2 ch wks on 

railroad T Ic Chenango Forks Chen 

52. 
Bradley, Eugene (Anna) farmer O 

113a 3h 2c Whitney Point Nan 26. 
Bradley, Fred E. (Jessie) 1 ch farmer 

O 53%a 3h 12c El Union Un 6 B tel. 
Bradley, George laborer T Nanticoke 7. 
Bradley, James farmer O 80a 2h 5c El 

Whitney Point Tri 32 Ind tel. 
Bradley, Sarah A. El Whitney Point 

Tri 32 Ind tel. 
Bradley,. Thomas (Ophelia) 2 eh lum- 
bering T 5h Ic El Nineveh Col 120 

Ind tel. 
Brady, Agnes bds with John Cohklin 

El Great Bend Pa Kir 23. 
Brady, Cora bds with E. G. Knolton E2 

Windsor Win 79. 
Brady, Ethel teacher bds with Michael 

C. Mulvihill Vestal Ves 21. 
Brady, Irving (Augusta) farmer T East 

Windsor Win 100. 
Brady, P. E. Vestal Center. 
Braiman, Frank Upper Lisle. 
Braman, D. F. (Mary) carpenter T 

Chenango Forks Chen 53. 
Braman, Frank M. (Dedie) 2 ch butcher 

O 8a 2h 3c El Binghamton Bin 42 

B tel. 
Branard, Walter laborer O 20a East 

Windsor Win 122. 
Brand. Mrs. Amelia 2 ch farming 50a 

2h lie El Kirkwood Kir 12 Ind tel. 
Brannan, Frank (Carrie) grocery & dry 

goods O store Ih Upper Lisle Tri 17 

B tel. 
Brannan. Mrs. Hattie H&L Whitney 

Point Tri 5. 
Brannan. Pearl (dau Mrs. Hattie) teach- 
er Whitney Point Tri 5. 
Brazei. Barnum (Estella) farmer O 200a 

3h 19c E2 Berkshire Lis 12 Ind tel. 
Breese. Ida 1 ch 140a El East Wind- 
sor Win 101. 



Breesh, Chester W. Gulf Summit. 
Breive, Adam (Monica) 3 ch farmer O 

93a 3h 5c Whitney Point Bar 5. 
Beesee, Arthur D. carpenter bds with 

Anna Moore El Windsor Snfd 17 B 

tel. 
Brett, Jack (Adala) 1 ch custodian of 

Country Club 60a Hooper Un 32 B tel. 
Bretz, Felecia bds Sanford Snfd 41. 
Bretz, Henry W. (Anna) 3 ch farmer O 

229yoa 2h 25c Sanford Snfd 41 Ind 

tel. 
Brewer, Edward L. (Eosie) 1 ch farmer 

115a 3h 16c El Whitney Point Bar 

36 B tel. 
Brewer, Eugene (Grace) farmer O 100a 

3h 20c E3 Greene Tri 60 Ind tel. 
Brewer, L. G. (Myi'tie) farmer O 95a 4h 

20c E2 Chenango Forks Bar 48 B tel. 
Brice, Fred (Mabel L.) 4 ch dairy farm- 
er O 240a 4h 22c El Windsor Snfd 14 

Ind tel. 
Bridge, Lawrence (Mary) 1 ch farmer & 

laborer 40a El Windsor Snfd 17. 
Brien, Alexander J. (Mabel) 2 ch 

printer 6a Ih El Johnson City 

Un 49. 
Briggs, Frank farmer El Tunnel Col 25. 
Briggs, Geo. F. (Helen) 2 ch mayor's 

sec O 5a E4 Binghamton Chen 16 B 

tel. 
Briggs, Henry (Carrie) farmer O 121a 

3h 16e El Nineveh Snfd 34 Ind tel. 
Briggs, Justus W. (Mary) retired la 

E2 Union Un 12. 
Briggs, Melvin A. (Katherine) ret T 

Hooper Un. 
Briggs, William H. (Lulia J.) farmer & 

flag decorator 10a E3 Binghamton 

Col. 
Brigham, Charles (Nanie) 3 ch lawver 

50a 2h 3c Glen Aubrey Bar 7^2-' 
Brigham. Chester M. (Delia) 3 ch labor- 
er T Whitney Point Tri 10. 
Brigham, Harry (EflSe) 2 ch farmer 

50a 3c Johnson City Un 32 B tel. 




BROOME COUNTY 



Brigham, O. (Agnes) 7 ch farinor O 100a 

4h 10c Maine Mai 22. 
Brigham, Robert (Hattie) o ch farmer O 

la R5 Binghamtoii Mai 82 B tel. 
Brimmer, Berton ret O 46a ^^c, R2 Vestal 

Ves 17. 
Brimmer, Chester (Mary) farmer O 'Mhi 

2h 4c R2 Vestal Ves" 18 Ind tel. 
Brimmer, David (ISIinnie) 1 ch wks in 

shoe shop O H&L Vestal Ves 21. 
Brimmer, F. D. (Dollie) 1 ch farmer & 
beekeeper O 4y2a Ih R2 A^estal Ves 17 
Ind tel. 
Brimmer, Leola (dau Chester) R2 Vestal 

Ves 18 Ind tel. 
Brimmer, Maranda housekeeper for Ber- 
ton R2 Vestal Ves 17. 
Brimmer, Olga (dau Wesley E.) teacher 

R2 Vestal Ves 17 Ind tel. 
Brimmer, Wesley E. (Eda J.) 1 ch farm- 
er O 10a Ih Ic R2 Vestal Ves 17 Ind 
tel. 
Brimmer, William (Ida) 1 ch farmer O 

2i/2a R2 Vestal Ves 17. 
Brink, Adelbert (son Wm.) laborer- E2 

Susquehanna Pa Win 86. 
Brink, A. G. (Carrie E.) farmer O 47a 

2h 9c Kirkwood Kir 20. 
Brink, Earl El Union. 
Brink, Frank (Florence) 3 ch farmer 
O 41a 2h 9c R2 Susquehanna Pa Win 
87 Ind tel. 
Brink, Fred (May) 5 ch farming O 103a 

3h 9c R2 Windsor Win. . 
Brink, George J. (son A. G.) farmer Ih 

Kirkwood Kir 20. 
Brink, Herman farm hand O 6a R4 Sus- 
quehanna Pa Win 48. 
Brink, Homer (Agnes) 1 ch wks in shoe 

factory T Endicott Un 32. 
Brink, Irvin (Carrie) 1 eh laborer T 

Willow Point Ves 93. 
Brink, Lida 1 ch farming 120a 4h 22c 

Rl Union Un 5 B tel. 
Brink, Marvin (son Wm.) laborer E2 

Susquehanna Pa Win 86. 
Brink, Niels (Mary) farmer O H&L Ic 

Chenango Forks Bar 54. 
Brink, Sylvester (Agnes) farmer O 56a 

2h 7c El Kirkwood Win 7 Ind tel. 
Brink, Ward C. (Mary) farmer 85a 

3h 10c El Kirkwood Win 7Vj. 
Brink, Wilbkr (Lillie) 5 ch farmer 

75a 3h 19e Windsor Win 66 Ind tel. 
Brink, Wm. O 55a T Ih 2c E2 Susque- 
hanna Pa Win 86. 
Brink, W. C. (Mary) farming T Ih 7c 

Rl Vestal Ves 91. 
Bi'inkmann, Henry (Freda) 2 ch farmer 
162a 4h 14c R2 Hallstead Pa Bin 36. 



Bristol. .1. W. (Amanda) 2 ch druggist 

O II&L Har])ursville Col 74 Ind tel. 
Brizzee, Frank H. (Nellie L.) 2 ch 
farmer O 129i4a 2h 21c Center Village 
Col 115 Ind tel. 
Brizzee, William ret Center Village 

Col 115. 
Broad, Mary E. bds with Clarence H. 

Hamlin E2 Afton Siifd 63. 
Broas, Alson (Marion H.) farmer O 197a 

6h 17c R2 Johnson City Un 27 B tel. 
Broas, Raymond El Great Bend Pa 

Win 38. 
Bkonk, William J. (Emily) ret O H&L 

Maine Mai 42 B tel. 
Brooker, George E. (Hattie) farmer 

50a 2h 7c Union Center Un 16 B tel. 
Brooker, W. A. farmer O 165a 2h 5c E4 

Binghamton Chen 52. 
Brooks, Basil farmer O 125a Chenango 

Forks Bar 531/3. 
Brooks, E. A. (Harriett M.) station 

agent T Chenango Forks Bar 56. 
Brooks, George farmer O 100a 2h 7c 

E2 Union Un 12. 
Brooks, Louis physician T Sanitaria 

Springs Col 4 B tel. 
Brooks, Norman farmer O 90a 4h 10c 

Chenango Forks Bar 53 1/^. 
Brooks, Eobert (Lena) 1 ch farmer O 
65a 2h 12c E5 Binghamton Mai 64 B 
tel. 
Brooks, S. H. (Alta May) 1 ch farmer T 
3h 17c E5 Binghamton Chen 24 B tel. 
Brotzman, E. P. (Sarah) 1 ch farmer O 
88a 2h lOe E4 Binghamton Chen 31. 
Brotzman, F. O. farmer 88a E4 Bing- 
hamton Chen 31. 
Brougham, Frank (Bessie) 1 ch wks in 

shoe shop T Vestal Ves 23. 
Brougham, I. J. (Dora) farmer O 270a 

4h 14c E2 Union Mai 16 B tel. 
Brougham, Ormsby D. (Sara F.) farm- 
er T 2h 2c Sanitaria Springs Col 41/2. 
Broughton, Bruce J. (Clara) chiroprac- 
tor O H&L E2 Johnson City Un 461/1. 
B tel. 
Brown, Albert (Fannie) 3 ch farmer O 

79a 2h 9c El Conklin Conk 25 B tel. 
Brown, Albert (Ella) 1 ch laborer T 

Vestal Ves 21. 
Brown, Mrs. Anas bds Kirkwood Kir 20. 
Brown, Archie (Myitle) engineer O H&L 

Upper Lisle Tri 17. 
Brown, A. Forest F. (Katherine) 1 ch 
farmer O 10a Ih R5 Binghamton 
Dick 2. 
Brown, Mrs. A. S. T Rl Tunnel Col 30. 
Brown, Bert (Anna) 1 ch farmer O 75a 
2h 10c E5 Binghamton Mai 82 B tel. 



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Brown, Mrs. Bertha 1 ch bds with Guy 

Stanton Rl Binghamton Bin 45 B tel. 
Brown, Carlos E. (Julia) farmer O 16fla 

2c Chenango Forks Chen 53 B tel. 
Brown, Carrie 4 ch nursing O H&L Lisle 

Lis 45. 
Brown, Charles A. (Ella M.) farmer O 

65a 2h 8c Rl Vestal A'es 61 Ind tel. 
Brown, Chas. J. (Bessie) 6 ch farmer 

O 55a 2h 5c R2 Binghamton Bin .'U/^. 
Brown, Chester W. (Agnes) ret O H&L 

R2 Johnson City Un 45%. 
Brown, Dan (Edna) mail carrier O H&L 

Lisle Lis 45 Ind tel. 
Brown, David (son James C.) laborer Ih 

Vestal Center Ves 76 Ind t€l. 
Brown, Donald (Ethel) 1 ch laborer T 

Lisle Lis 45. 
Brown, Earl D. (Florence) 5 eh farmer 

T 4h 18c Killawog Lis 41. 
Brown, E. P. proprietor of Corbett farms 

O 365a 9h 114f Conklin. 
Brown, Fannie farmer O 80a 7c Lisle 

Lis 47. 
Brown, Fred (Ida) 1 ch farmer T 4h 

30c Itaska Bar 42. 
Brown, Geo. S. (Lillian) 1 ch farmer O 

88a 2h 10c R4 Binghamton Chen 35 

B tel. 
Brown, George W. (Hattie) 2 ch farmer 

& painter T 3h 9c R2 Binghamton Bin 

4 B tel. 
Brown, Henry M. farmer T 3h Whitney 

Point Bar 26 B tel. 
Broavn, Hiram (Hazel) 1 dh farmer O 

40a Upper Lisle Tri 18. 
Brown, James (Sabra) 4 eh farmer O 

100a 2h 6c care Friendsville stage 

Binghamton Ves 81. 
Brown, James general section foreman 

bds with Mrs. Lottie Dibble East 

Windsor Win 122 Ind tel. 
Brown, .James C. ret O H&L Vestal Cen- 
ter Ves 76 Ind tel. 
Brown, Jessie dressmaker O H&L Kirk- 
wood Kir 20. 
Brown, John (Anna) 3 ch creamery man 

T Gulf Summit Snfd 20y2. 
Brown, John (Frances) 1 ch laborer T 

Lisle Lis 45. 
Brown, John (Rose) 1 ch laborer O H&Ij 

2h Upper Lisle Tri 4. 
Brown, John L. (Rissa) 3 ch farmer O 

207a 4h 20c Rl Tunnel Col 30. 
Brown, J. W. (Eliva) 1 ch farmer T 2h 

2c R2 Vestal Ves 1 Ind tel. 
Brown, Katherine E. (dau Mrs. R. B.) 

trained nurse Deposit Snfd 53 Ind tel. 
Brown, Leon J. R4 Binghamton. 
Brown, Leroy (Nettie) 2 ch farmer T 2h 
2c R2 Harpursville Col 42. 



Brown, Lloyd E. Rl Tunnel Col 30. 
Brown, Lorna (granddau Kate Barlow) 

student Vestal Center Ves 621/4. 
Brown, Mrs. Mary bds with William 

Kirkwood Kir 22. 
Brown, Milton (Laura) 3 ch farmer O 

140a 4h 12c E2 Berkshire Lis 13. 
Brown, Minnie O H&L Rl Johnson City 

Un 50 B tel. 
Brown, Morton (son Mary E.) farmer & 

cattle breeder O 125a 3h 16c Rl Kirk- 
wood Win 23 Ind tel. 
Brown, Nelson (Lettie) laborer O H&L 

Upper Lisle Tri 17. 
Brown, Pat (Maggie) laborer O H&L 

Center Lisle Lis 20. 
Brown, Paul E. (Ethel B.) 3 eh car- 
penter O H&L Ih Vestal Center Ves 76. 
Brown, Mrs. Rosetta B. poultry & fruit 

farming O 15a Deposit Snfd 53 lud 

tel. 
Brown, Royal J. (Sarah) farmer O 10a 

2h Ic Rl Conklin Conk 10. 
Brown, R. M. (Marv) farmer O 50a 3h 

7c R2 Windsor Win 69 Ind tel. 
Brown, Sherman (Hattie) 1 ch farmer 

O 134a 4h 18c Whitney Point Tri 13 

Ind tel. 
Brown, Mrs. Silas O 200a Rl Great Bend 

Pa Win 201/2 Ind tel. 
Brown, Mrs. Sophronia farming O 86a 

2h lie Sanitaria Springs Col 3'3. 
Brown, Warner (son John) laborer 

Upper Lisle Tri 4. 
Brown, Wentz (Augusta) 1 ch T Vestal 

Ves 22. 
Brown, Will H. (Hattie A.) 1 ch farmer 

O 60a 2h 19c Ouaquaga Col 84 Ind tel. 
Brown, William carpenter paperhanger 

& painter O H&L Kirkwood Kir 22. 
Brown, William H. (Marv L.) farmer O 

90a 4h 10c Rl Vestal Ves 61 Ind tel. 
Brown, Willl\m H. (Cora E.) 1 ch 

farmer T 3h Whitnev Point Bar 26 B 

tel.. 
Brown, Wm. M. (Pearl J.) 2 ch poultry 

& fruit farming T Ih Ic Deposit Snfd 

53 Ind tel. 
Browning, H. W. (Elizabeth) 2 ch gar- 
dener O 7a Ih Rl Binghamton Conk 1 

B tel. 
Brundrage, Wilmer bds with W. F. Stout 

R4 Deposit Snfd 28. 
Brush, Chester (Phoebe) dairy farming 

T 3h 20c Gulf Summit Snfd 20 Ind 

tel. 
Brush, William (son Chester) telegraph 

operator Gulf Summit Snfd 20 Ind 

tel. 
Bry'Ce, Andrew McClure Settlement. 



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BROOME COUNTY 



Buchanan, Dorothy A. bds with Wal- 
lace E. Gulf Summit Snfd 21. 
Buchanan, Frank (Lillian) 2 ch farmer 

T 2h 7c R2 Vestal Ves 19. 
Buchanan, Geo., Jr. (Loretta) 1 ch la- 
borer T El Port Crane Fen 26. 

Buchanan, Geo. W. (Jessie E.) 7 ch 
farmer O 13a Rl Port Crane Fen 26. 

Buchanan, John M. laborer T Rl Port 
Crane Fen 26. 

Buchanan, Virginia farming T Rl Port 
Crane Fen 26. 

Buchanan, Wallace E. (Edna O.) dairy 
farming O 211a 5h 25c GuK Summit 
Snfd 21. 

Buck, Ellen F. bds with John H. Mc- 
Clure Settlement Snfd 27 Ind tel. 

Buck, Harry lumberman T R3 Bingham- 
ton Fen 15. 

Buck, John H. (Jennie L.) 6 ch dairy 
farming O 240a 4h 35c McClure Set- 
tlement Snfd 27 Ind tel. 

Buck, W. C. (Clara C.) 1 ch farmer T 
2h 6c Rl Great Bend Pa Win 68 Ind 
tel. 

Buckley, Jacob farm hand bds with 
George Loughlin R3 Binghamton Kir 7. 

Budine, Charles S. (Fern) farmer lum- 
berman custom sawing shingle mill O 
160a 3c E2 Susquehanna Pa Win 90. 

Budine, Moses farmer 50a 2h 6c E2 
Susquehanna Pa Win 90. 

Budine, Will (Carrie) farmer O 35a Ih 
3c E2 Susquehanna Pa Wru 90. 

BuLLis, C. S. Port Dickinson. 

BuUis, Wesley (Anna) 2 ch farmer O 
286a 3h 29c Deposit Snfd 43 Ind tel. 

Buman, Albert (May) 2 ch farmer O 15a 
3h 7c El Nineveh Col 106 Ind tel. 

Buman, Ed farmer 110a 2h 10c Rl 
Nineveh Col 1181/4- 

Bump, James L. (Mary F.) farmer 
166a 3h 28c El Whitney Point Bar 34 
B tel. 

Bump, Roswell J. (Emma) wks for Bing- 
hamton Chair Co O la Rl Port Crane 
Fen 8 B tel. 

Bunnell, Fred E. (Evia M.) 3 ch farmer 
T 4h 9c Rl Chenango Forks Fen 33. 

Bunsey, Arthur (Bertha) 3 ch farmer T 
2h 9c Rl Port Crane Fen 16 B tel. 

Bunt, Clyde E. (Edith A.) 1 ch farmer 
O 74a 2h 12c Rl Tunnel Col 16 Ind 
tel. 

Bunting, Edward (Grace) 1 ch farmer O 
90a 2h El Port Crane Fen 8. 

Bunting, Henry (Eose) 4 ch farmer O 
49a 3h R2 Harpursville Col 76. 

Bunting, Ulysses O. (Sara S.) farmer 
O 45a 4e Rl Tunnel Col 30. 



Bunting, W. H. (Harriett) farmer O 85a 

2h 19c Deposit Snfd 56 Ind tel. 
Bunts, Ella (dau Wilton F.) Rl Whit- 
ney Point Tri 31 Ind tel. 
Bunts, Evertt (son Wilton F.) farming 

Rl Triangle Tri 31 Ind tel. 
Bunts, Maurice (son Wilton F.) farming 

Rl Whitney Point Tri 31 Ind tel. 
Bunts, Wilton F. (Emma) farmer O 

230a 6h 28c Rl Whitney Point Tri 31 

Ind tel. 
Bunzey, Charles (Rody) 2 ch farmer 

175a 6h 18c Rl Johnson City Mai 49 

B tel. 
Bunzey, William J. (Ella) 2 ch farmer 

O 100a 2h 18c Rl Port Crane Fen 18. 
Burch, Mrs. Gilbert T Whitney Point 

Tri 5. 
Burch, N. G. (Zaidee) 1 ch fanner O 

232a 4h 40c Glen Castle Chen 20 B tel. 
Burdett, A. (Phoebe) farmer O 14a Ih 

2c R5 Binghamton Un 57 B tel. 
Burdick, Charles H. (Nettie) farmer & 

R R laborer T Ih 3c Gulf Summit 

Snfd 19. 
Burdick, Floyd (Mabel) 1 ch farmer T 

2h Ic Vestal Ves 48. 
Burdick, Novella 1 ch farmer 7a Ih 

Binghamton Un 53 1^ B tel. 
Burgess, Earl C. (Bertha) 4 ch farmer 

O 40a 3h 15c Rl Binghamton Conk 1 

B tel. 
Burgess, Mrs. Harriet O H&L Kirkwood 

Kir 20. 
Burgett, Charles A. (M. Lillian) 2 ch 

farmer O 70a 3h 12c Rl Kirkwood 

Kir 20. 
Burgh, James section hand on D L & W 

bds with Joseph Casler Vestal Ves 22. 
Burghardt, Andrew (Maud) laborer T 

Lisle Lis 45. 
Burghardt, Mrs. Debbie 1 ch farmer O 

47a 2h 6c Lisle Lis 41. 
Burghardt, R. C. professor T Main St 

Chenango Forks Bar 56. 
Burke, James farming O 160a 4h 20c 

Whitney Point Nan 27. 
Burke, Joseph farmer bds Whitney Point 

Nan 27. 
Burkhart, Mrs. C. farmer O 150a 4h 30c 

Whitney Point Bar 16. 
Burkick, Frank E. (Etta) farmer O 106a 

3h 30e R5 Binghamton Dick 3 B tel. 
Burley, Henry (Bessie) 3 ch farmer O 

70a 2h 4c Tunnel Col 58 Ind tel. 
Burr, W. Sherman (Mary) stock buyer 

T 2h Vestal Ves 22. 
BuRRELL, ARTHtJR E. (Hannah) 2 ch 

farmer T 2h 15c Killawog Lis 41. 
Burrell, Franklin D. ret bds with Fred 
Ih R2 Vestal Ves 32 Ind tel. 



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Burrell, Fred (Lula A.) farmer O 100a 

21i 6c E2 Vestal Ves 32 Ind tel. 
Burroughs, Mrs. Hattie A. T Main St 

Chenango Forks Bar 56. 
Burroughs, Samuel D. (Lucy) 3 ch farm- 
er O 126a 4h 40c E2 Johnson City Un 
45 B tel. 
Burrows, Andrew (Nellie) 1 ch laborer 

O H&L KUlawog Lis 38 1^ Ind tel. 
Burrows, Charles (Emma) farmer O 
147a 4h 5c E2 Vestal Ves 1 Ind tel. 
Burrows, Edward farmer O 62a Ih 5c 

El Tunnel' Fen 46. 
Burrows, Fred bds with J. Gragery De- 
posit Snfd 31. 
Burrows, Geo. W. (Maud V.) 1 ch 
farmer T 2h 25c E2 Harpursville Col 
87. 
Burrows, Mrs. Myrtle 4 ch farmer O 
277a 4h 55c E2 Harpursville Col 77. 
Burt, Carrie 2 ch T Center Lisle Lis 

20 B tel. 
Burt, Clyde El Tunnel. 
Burt, Eliza T El Tunnel Fen 46. 
Burt, George W. (Eachel E.) farmer 

5a Hooper Un 32. 
Burt, W. C. (Eunice) ret O H&L Cen- 
ter Lisle Lis 26. 
Burt, W. C. bds E4 Marathon Lis 26 

Ind tel. 
Burtis, O. A. (Olive) 1 ch hotelkeeper T 

5h Lisle Lis 45 Ind tel. ■ 
Burton, Alvin F. (Elda A.) 4 ch dairy 
farmer O 200a 4h 30c El Windsor 
Snfd 14 Ind tel. 
Bush, Clyde (Corine) farmer O 203a. 41i 

20c Whitney PointNan 16 Ind tel. 
Bush, Mrs. C. E. farmer O 128a Ic El 

Nineveh Col 100 Ind tel. 
Bush, Floyd (son Peter) El Great Bend 

■Pa Win 15 Ind tel. 
Bush, Ira C. (Lucy) 2 eh farmer 3h 

22c El Nineveh Col 100 'Ind tel. 
Bush, John C. (Blanche) plumber T E4 

Binghamton Chen 48. 
Bush, Judson (Marie) 7 ch farmer T 

4h 50c Whitney Point Bar 34 B tel. 
Bush, Peter (Nellie) 2 ch farmer O 
200a lOh 21c El Great Bend Pa Win 
15 Ind tel. 
Bush, Eeese (son Peter) El Great Bend 

Pa Win 15. 
Bush, E. H. (Hannah D.) farmer O 
30a Ih 2c Whitney Point Nan 16. 



Bush, E. T. (Maude) 2 ch farmer 

50a 2h 3c El Vestal Ves 23 Ind tel. 
Busino, Frank (Philmena) farmer T 

2h 10c E4 Binghamton Clien 42. 
Buterfield, Abbie O H&L E4 Marathon 

Lis 39. 
Butler, Charles (Jessie) 1 ch physician 
O H&L 4h Harpursville Col 90 Ind 
tel. 
Butler, Clyde (Mabel) T E2 Johnson 

City Un 46. 
Butler, William (Cora) 2 eh carpenter 
& farmer T El Binghamton Bin 45 B 
tel. 
BUTTERPIELD, LEWIS W. (Euth M.) 2 
ch farmer O 220a 5h 70c E4 Bingham- 
ton Fen 10 B tel. 
Butterfield, Mary A. farming O 40a E5 

Binghamton Un 57 B tel. 
Button, Ambrose farm hand bds with 
Silas J. Eoberts El Binghamton Bin 
29. 
Button, Charles A. (Jessie F.) 2 ch 
farmer O 231a 3h 50c El Kirkwood 
Kir 11 Ind tel. . 
Button, W. (Carrie) 2 ch section hand 

T Chenango Forks Chen. 
Butts, N. C. (Frances) 2 ch livery T 
6h 3c Chenango Forks Chen 33 B tel. 
Byrick, Mrs. Gula V. nurse T El Sani- 
taria Springs Col 10. 
Cable, Francis J. (Marie) 3 ch car- 
penter O H&L E2 Windsor Win 34 
Ind tel. 
Cadden, James (Ella) 3 ch farmer O 
101a 4h 8c E2 Binghamton Bin 13 Ind 
tel. 
Cady, B. D. (Mary A.) farmer 125a 

15c Nanticoke Nan 5 Ind tel. 
Cady, Horace (Maud L.) farmer 124a 

2h 27c Nanticoke Nan 8 Ind tel. 
Cady, Melvin E. (Lina M.) farmer O 
100a 2h 8c El Port Crane Fen 16 B 
tel. 
Cafferty, Arthur (Marion) 2 ch farmer 
O 198a 6h 20c E2 Harpursville Col 34 
Ind tel. 
Cafferty, Bert farmer O 198a 6h 20e 

E2 Harpursville Col 34 Ind tel. 
Cnin, Merritt (Lillian) farmer 94a 

Ih 12c Ouaquaga Col 84. 
Calkins, Marshall ,J. (Milly H.) 
farmer O 50a 2h 6e El Port Crane 
Fen 18. 



TABLE LINENS 
BLANKETS, TOWELS 
SHEETS and PILLOW CASES 



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The best assortments at reasonable 
prices. 

Hills, McLean & Haskins 

Opposite the Court House, BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 



BROOME COUNTY 



Callahan, Irene housekeeper for G. R. 

Doane Rl Binghamton Bin 32 B tel. 
Callam, W. H." (Hannah) 6 ch farmer O 

100a 3h Ic R-5 Binghamton Chen 9 

B tel. 
Callan, John farmer O 140a 3h 14c R2 

Binghamton Bin 20%. 
Callan, John D. laborer bds with Mrs. 

Eva A. Meeker R2 Binghamton Bin 20 

Ind tel. 
Camp, Adelbert (Nellie) merchant O 

H&L Ih R2 Johnson City Un 461/2. 
Camp, E. B. (Lillie E.) blacksmith O 

2a Rl Windsor Win 105. 
Camp, William farmer 135a Ih R5 Bing- 
hamton Mai 64. 
Campbell, Bessie (step-daughter John 

Nickerson) Kirkwood Kir 22. 
Campbell, Clarence W. (Pauline) 2 ch 

farmer O 50a 3h 5c Rl Port Crane 

Fen 37 B tel. 
Campbell, Edward (Minnie) 1 ch O H&L 

Ih Ic R2 Binghamton Bin 2,3. 
Campbell, Edward E. (Lucy) 2 ch 

farmer T 4h 5c Conklin Conk 39. 
Campbell, Geo. (Estella) 3 ch laborer T 

Chenango Forks Bar 55. 
Campbell, Geo. A. (Lillian) city mes- 
senger O 13 1/4 a 2h 3c R4 Binghamton 

Chen 48. 
Campbell, M. E. farmer O 67a R2 Vestal 

Ves 14. 
Canfield, Harry (Nina) 1 ch laborer T 

Vestal Ves 23. 
Caniff, Geo. W. (Blanche) farmer O 

15a Ih R2 Harpursville Col 92. 
Canniflf, Cliancey (Nellie) farmer T 4h 

46c Itaska Bar 34 B tel. 
Canniff. Claud W. T Sanitaria Springs 

Col 10. 
Capron, Charles (Anna) laborer O H&L 

Lisle Lis 45. 
Capron. Robert (Anna) ' farmer O 30a 

Rl Lisle Lis 44. 
Caraccilo, Carmine (Maria) section hand 

T Rl Tunnel Col 18. 
Card, Alfred laborer O H&L R2 Vestal 

Ves 35. 
Card, Charles farmer O 50a 2h 4c R2 

Vestal, Ves 17 Ind tel. 
Card, Clayton (Edna) laborer T Ih 7c 

R2 Susquehanna Pa Win 99. 
Card, Mrs. Eliza A. bds with Alfred 

R2 Vestal Ves 35. 
Card, Frank (May) 7 ch O 12a Ih Ves- 
tal Ves 21. 
Card, Henry H. ret bds with Alfred R2 
. Vestal Ves 35. 
Card, Jonathan (Sarah) farmer O 34i/4a 

Ih Ic R2 Vestal Ves 16 Ind tel. 



Card, Lloyd E. butcher bds with L. H. 

Bennett RD Vestal Ves 21 Ind tel. 
Card, Romanzo farmer O 80a Ih 6e R2 

Vestal Ves 35 Ind tel. 
Car done, Gus (Josephine) 3 ch laborer 

T Ih Nineveh Col 90. 
Carey, A. J. (Irene M.) 2 ch farmer O 

50a 2h 10c Rl Vestal Ves 81 Ind tel. 
Carey, Delbert farm laborer bds with 

Stephen Eldred R2 Binghamton Bin 5. 
Carey, George H. (Nettie G.) 4 ch 

farmer O 50a 2h 6c Rl Vestal Ves 

61 Ind tel. 
Carl, W. E. (Agnes) farming O 28a 2h 

Ic R4 Binghamton Chen 44. 
Carley, a. L. (Lula) ,2 ch farmer O 

400a 7h 50e Rl Lisle Lis 17 Ind tel. 
Carley, Delilah O H&L Lisle Lis 44. 
Carley, George farm laborer bds with 

Chas. E. Hart Rl Kirkwood Kir 11 

Ind tel. 
Carley, Grant 2 ch farmer O 90a 5h 

5c Maine Mai 37. 
Carley, Ira (Mary E.) farmer O 100a 

4h 34c Lisle Lis 43 Ind tel. 
Carley, Wellington (Fannie) farmer 

O 116a 3h 20c Glen Aubrey Mai 54 

B tel. 
Carlin, Edwin B. (Pluma) farmer O 

75a 2h 12c Rl Conklin Conk 31. 
Carlin,. Fred B. (Ethel) 2 ch farmer T 

2h 17c Rl Binghamton Conk 1. 
Carlin, Wesley (Heppie) 1 ch farmer 

T Ih Rl Binghamton Conk 1. 
Carlson, Edward (Anna) 3 ch farmer 

O 150a 3h 19c East Windsor Win 126. 
Carman, Albert A. (Olive M.) farmer O 

70a 2h 6c Rl Tunnel Fen 45. 
Carman, Burton A. (Minnie M.) 1 ch 

farmer O 137a 2h 52c Port Crane Fen 

15. 
Carman, Herbert A. (Daisy F.) 1 ch 

farmer O 47a 2h 10c Rl Port Crane 

Fen 8. 
Carman, Mrs. Julia O 90a 2h 14c bds 

R2 Binghamton Bin 7. 
Carman, Lewis R. (Pearl) 4 ch farmer 

T Port Crane Fen 12. 
Carman, Paul (Harriett) 1 ch farmer 

T bds with William Sherman R2 Bing- 
hamton Bin 23. 
Carman, Ray (Delia) farmer T R2 Bing- 
hamton Bin 7. 
Carman, T. C. (Edna) 5 ch farmer O 

268a 6h 40c R2 Binghamton Bin 23 

Ind tel. 
Carnegie, Wm. (Sarah) 1 ch farmer T 

2h 30c Gulf Summit Snfd 20 Ind tel. 
Carney, Frank farm hand bds with Ber- 
nard Loughlin R3 Binghamton Kir 7. ♦ 



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Caroll, Will (Claribel) 3 ch farmer O 

69a Sh 7c R3 Binghamton Kir 51 Ind 

tel. 
Carpenter, Charles farmer 150a 3h 

13c Sanford Snfd 39. 
Carr, Albert (Eda) 1 ch farmer O -t2a 

2h Ic El Johnson City Un 42 B tel. 
Carr, Charles D. (Charlotte M.) 2 ch 

farmer O 250a 3h 35c R3 Greene Tri 

61 Ind tel. 
Carr, C. F. (Margaret) farmer O 154a 

2h 20c E2 Vestal Yes 19 Ind tel. 
Carrigan, James (Anna) 2 ch signalman 

T Main St Chenango Forks Bar 56. 
Carrigg, Agnes (dau Timothy) wks in 

shoe shoj) Yestal Yes 21. 
Carrigg, Mrs. Florence clerk for Adams 

Express Yestal Yes 22. 
Carrigg, James (son Timothy) shoemaker 

Yestal Yes 21. 
Carrigg, Leonard (son Timothy) enlisted 

in U S Navy A^estal Yes 21. 
Carrigg, Lester (son Timothy) shoe- 
maker A'estal Yes 21. 
Carrigg, Marguerite (dau Timothy) wks 

in shoe shop Yestal A'es 21. 
Carrigg, Timothy, Jr. (son Timothy, Sr.) 

shoemaker Yestal Yes 21. 
Carrigg, Timothy, Sr. (Mary) 3 ch sec- 
tion foreman on D L & W H&L 

Vestal Yes 21. 
Carroll, Mrs. Eulalia T Port Crane 

^en 8. 
Carroll, Geo. H. carpenter T Port Crane 

Fen 8. 



Carsoul, J. E. (Idabell) farmer & meat 

dealer O £0a 3h Sanitaria Springs 

Col 4. 
Carroll, Lawrence W. (Hazel) 1 ch farm 

er O 150a 2h 12c R3 Binghamton 

Kir 53. 
Carson, Edward (Lillian) 1 ch farmer T 

4h 15c Maine Mai 34 B tel. 
Carson, Ivan B. (Elma M.) farmer T 4h 

24c Maine Mai 34 B tel. 
Carson, James (Jessie) 5 ch farmer T 

2h 15e Center Village Col 118y2 Ind 

tel. 
Carson, James H. (Isabelle Y.) 1 ch 

creamery man T El Windsor Snfd 17. 
Carson, John (Eylona P.) 3 ch general 

mdse O 3a 2e McClure Settlement Snfd 

46 Ind tel. 
Carson, .J. Niven (son John) telegrapher 

McClure Settlement Snfd 46 Ind tel. 
Carson, Lillie bds with Lloyd C. Titas 

Sanford Snfd 32. 
Carson, Ralph R. (son John) farm hand 

McClure Settlement Snfd 46 Ind tel. 
Carsons, Abe (Jane) carpenter T 2h 2c 

Center Village Col 118. 
Carter, Clarence W. (Viola) minister T 

Ih Triangle Tri 52 Ind tel. 
Carver, Abbie (dau J. S.) Windsor Win 

103. 
Carver, Cora (dau J. S.) Windsor Win 

103. 
Carver, Helen (dau J. S.) Windsor Win 

103. 




A Profitable Herd. 
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BROOME COUNTY 



Carver, J. S. (Fannie) 5 ch farmer T 
31i ;^le "Windsor Win 103. 

Gary, William (Ida) farmer O 30a 21i 4c 
R5 Bingham ton Un 54 B tel. 

Case, Charles S. farmer O 247a 4h 3Gc 
R2 Johnson City Un 42 B tel. 

Case, Earl V. (Veva L.) flour & feed O 
H&L Railroad Ave Center Village Col 
Ind tel. See adv. 

Case, S. A. (Dollie) 1 ch farmer O 200a 
3h 22c Windsor Win 66. 

Casev, John (Effie) 4 ch carpenter la 
Rl Nineveh Col 118 Ind tel. 

Casey, Richard farmer T 2h 20c Rl 
Conklin Conk 14. 

Casler, Joseph (Lucy) section hand on 
D L & W T Vestal Ves 22. 

Cass, J. B. (Mary) farmer 137a 3h 
25c Rl Nineveh Snfd 6 Ind tel. 

Cass, V. N. (Clara) secy of Broome Co 
Fire Ins Co O 77a 2h lie Nineveh 
Snfd 5 Ind tel. See adv. 

Cassentine, George (Myrtle) 5 ch farmer 
O 267a 3h 30c Windsor Win 88 Ind tel. 

Cassentine, Irving (son George) student 
Windsor Win 88 Ind tel. 

Cassentine, Ray (Mary) traveling sales- 
man Windsor Win 88 Ind tel. 

Castle, Mrs. M. L. O H&L Rl Nineveh 
Col 118 Ind tel. 

Castleman, W. C. (Lillian) farmer & 
town supervisor O 266a 9h 10c Rl 
Choconut Pa Ves 42 Ind tel. 

Catlin, Rob A. Ouaquaga. 

Catlin, Robert A. 1 ch farmer O 40a 2h 
9c R2 Harpursville Col 86 Ind tel. 

Cator, Jay H. (Margaret R.) 1 ch fire- 
man at oil station T Sanitaria Springs 
Col 10. 

Chaddon, p. R. (Izetta) farmer O 57a 
3h 12c Center Village Col 95. 

Chadwick, Henry (Carrie) 6 ch farmer 
O 42a 2h 5c Rl Binghamton Conk 3 B 
tel. 

Chaffee, Cordis M. (Lucinda J.) farm- 
er O 225a 4h 21c Johnson City Un 6. 

Chaffee, J. O. (Charlotte) 3 eh farmer 
90a 4h 20c Rl Union Un 6 B tel. 

Chaffee, J. R. R2 Susquehanna Pa 
Win 99. 

Chalker, Edwin (Malvine) laborer T 
Conklin Conk 41. 
/ Chalker, Jerry (Lillian) cigar store T 
Port Dickinson Dick B tel. 

Chamberlain; Mrs. Ellen T R4 Bingham- 
ton Fen 10. 

Chamberlain, Eugene D. (Grace) gar- 
dener O 25a 3h 16c 114 Binghamton 
Fen 10 B tel. See adv. 

Chandler, Charles S. (Jennie E.) 3 ch 
carpenter T Rl Windsor Win 106. 



Chandler, F. B. (Amanda) 1 ch head 
sawyer T Rl Vestal Ves 58 Ind tel. 

Chandler, Mrs. Samantha O 90a Rl Ves- 
tal Ves 62. 

Chandler, Warren (Nellie) 3 ch patrol- 
man on good roads O 32i/(!a Ih 3c Rl 
Kirkwood Kir 19. 

Chapham, Seldon A. shoe worker T R4 
Binghamton Fen 9. 

Chaphan, Alfred E. (Lenora) 1 ch fire- 
man 4a R4 Binghamton Fen 9. 

Chapin, Frank B. (Hattie M.) 5 ch farm- 
er & teacher T 8c R2 Harpursville 
Col 71. 

Chapman, Stephen H. farm laborer T 
Oquaga Lake Snfd 24. 

Chase, Fovtler G. (Lena M.) 2 ch farm- 
er O 49a 2h 5c Rl Port Crane Fen 20. 

Chase, Lee (Josephine) 2 ch laborer T 
2h R2 Johnson City Un 45. 

Chatfield, Harry K. (Hattie) 4 ch ma- 
chinist T Rl Union Un 6 B tel. 

Chauncey, Arthur R. (Bertha) farmer 
O 73a Ic R2 Johnson City Un 23 B tel. 

Chauncey, T. O. (Florence) minister T 
Lisle Lis 44 Ind tel. 

Cheers, Alfred bds with W. A. Latham 
Sanford Snfd 59. 

Cheeseman, Bruce W. (Mary) 1 ch wks 
at E. Johnson shoe factory O TV^a, Ih 
2c Rl Johnson City Un 48 B tel. 

Cheeseman, George (Mary) 7 ch farm- 
er T R2 Harpursville Col 92 Ind tel. 

Cheeseman, Sarah bds with Wm Seeley 
Hale Eddy Snfd 51. 

Cheeseman, W. M. farmer O 250a 5h 40c 
R2 Harpursville Col 92 Ind tel. 

Cheesman, Edgar J. (Sarah E.) general 
farming O 32a 6e Rl Windsor Snfd 17 
Ind tel. 

Cheesman, Eugene (Sophia) 1 ch farmer 
O 40a 3c R6 Susquehanna Pa Win 111 
Ind tel. 

Cherry, Ray B. (Clara C.) farmer 156a 
4h 10c R3 Binghamton Kir 46. 

Chessman, Edgar Rl Johnson City. 

Chew, Ida farming O 100a Ic Rl Lisle 
Lis 16. 

Childs, Betsey Ann bds East Windsor 
Win 100. 

Childs, F. J. (Sue) farmer O 53a 2h 13c 
East Windsor Win 100 Ind tel. 

Childs, J. M. bds with Wm. M. Rozell 
Sanford Snfd 41. 

Chilson, Alida 44a Ic Rl Great Bend P^a 
Win 37. 

Chilson, Elmer wks in shoe factory Rl 
Choconut Pa Ves 37. 

Chilson, Frank (son Alida) laborer Rl 
Gieat Bend Pa Win 37. 



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Cliilson. Wellington farmer 102a 2h Ic 

Rl Choconnt Pa Ves 37. 
Chriselle, Bert J. Willow Point. 
Christian, Anna E. farming O 50a Rl 

Chenango Forks Fen 33 B tel. 
Christian, Graham J. farmer O 50a 2h 6c 

Rl Clienango Forks Fen 33 B tel. 
Christian, G. B. Rl Chenango Forks. 
Christian, Willis (Emma O.) agent 3a 

El Chenango Forks Fen 33. 
Christie, William R. (Edith) poultryman 

O 20a Ih Rl Kirkwood Kir 11 B tel. 
Christien, Augustus (Alice L.) cheese- 
maker O la Port Crane Fen 12. 
Christman, Geo. S. (Angle) 2 ch farmer 

& lumberman 136a 3h 17c Sanitaria 

Springs Col 10. 
Christman, Mrs. Melissa A. 1 ch T Sani- 
taria Springs Col 10. 
Christopher, Ernest (Bessie) 1 ch wks 

in shoe factory O 60a 21i 6c Union 

Un 16. 
Chryslen, Bert (Inez) 1 ch farmer O 

128a 3h 17c R2 Union Mai 14 B tel. 
Chrysler, Vern 1 ch farmer 114a 4h 17c 

E2 Johnson City Un 36 B tel. 
Church, Gilbert farmer O 50a 2h 3c Rl 

Windsor Win 117. 
Churchill, Joseph T. (Margaret A.)' 

Avks at oil station O H&L Sanitaria 

Springs Col 3 Ind tel. 
Churchill, Mrs. Julia E. 40a Ih 2c 

Rl Port Crane Col 13 B tel. - 
Churchill, Louis M. farmer T El Port 

Crane Col 13. 
Clapper, Herbert D. (Nettie E.) 2 ch 

farmer T El Port Crane Fen 23. 
Clapper, John laborer O 65a 5c Gulf 

Summit Snfd 20%. 
Clapper, Lewis (Hattie)- 2 ch farming 

O 90a 2h 8c Gulf Summit Snfd 21. 
Clapper, S.axly bds with John Gulf 

Summit Snfd 20. 
Clapper, Sarah Gulf Summit Snfd 20y2. 
Clapper, Sarah Jane Gulf Summit Snfd 

201/2. 
Clark, Alonzo S. (Mattie R.) 1 ch dairy 

farmer O 165a 2h 20c Rl Windsor 

Snfd 14. 
Clark, Burnace G. (Lydia) 2 ch farmer 

O 60a 6h 12e Union Center Un 15 B 

tel. 
Clark, Burr (Grace) 1 ch farmer O 

32a Ih Lisle Lis .46. 
Clark, B. F. ret O 255a El Nineveh 

Snfd 5. 
Clark, Charles (Lina) 2 ch farmer 
• 147a 5h 36c E2 Eichford Lis 26. 
Clark, Charles A. (Aurilla) 1 ch farmer 

13a 2h le Rl Conklin Conk 6. 



Clark, Claude C. merchant bds with Levi 

Meyers Whitney Point Tri 11 Ind tel. 
Clark, C. (Celia) farmer O 115a 5h 30c 

R4 Binghamton Clieh 44 B tel. 
Clark, C. H. (Ella) 1 ch machinist O 

H&L R2 Johnson City Un 53 Va. 
Clark, Del (Lucy) 3 ch farmer O 80a 

2h 5c R2 Union Mai 11 B tel. 
Clark, D. W. (Harriett) farming O 50a 

0h 3c Binghamton Ves 93. 
Clark, Edward (Maiy) 2 ch laborer 

Killawog Lis 41. 
Clark, Elias bds with Wm. F. Neale 

Deposit Snfd 55. 
Clark, E. J. (Adaline) 1 ch T bds 

Union Center Un 15 B tel. 
Clark, Fat (Glayds) 1 ch supt of town 

roads 2h 6c bds with C. F. Carr E2 

Vestal Ves 19 Ind tel. 
Clark, Fred (Flora) 2 eh blacksmith 

la Chenango Forks Chen 53. 
Clark, George (Anna) 3 ch farmer T 

2h Ic El Johnson City Un 47 B tel. 
Clark, G. B. bds with B. F. Rl Nineveh 

Snfd 5. 
_Clark, Harriett T Lisle Lis 44. 
Clark, Harry (stepson Floyd Luce) 

motion picture operator Vestal Ves 23. 
Clark, Howard (Susie) 1 ch farmer T 

2h 2c Rl Binghamton Conk 3. 
Clark, Mrs. H. M. R2 Union. 
Clark, Jerome (Hannah) farmer O 170a 

5h 36c Rl Nineveli,Col 106 Ind tel. 
Clark, Joe (son P. J.) laborer RD Qio- 

conut Pa Ves 71. 
Clark, Joseph (Zilpha) farmer El 

Nineveh Col 106 Ind tel. 
Ci.ARK, JuDSON W. farmer 53a Ih El 

Binghamton Conk 8. 
Clark, J. farmer 53a Ih El Bingham- 
ton Bin 44. 
Clark, Lavern (Julia) 1 ch farmer O 

69a 3h 8c El Lisle Lis 19. 
Clark, Leland (stepson Floyd Luce) wks 

1 T E Vestal Ves 23. 

Clark, Leon (Sarah) farmer 30a 4h 

Ic E3 Binghamton Fen 13. 
Clark, Leon (Lula) 1 ch farmer O 237a 

5h 62c Sanford Snfd 40 Ind tel. 
Clark, Louis W. (son W. H.) farmer 

E3 Binghamton Fen 13. 
Clark, L. E. (Mary) milk dealer T 2h 

E4 Binghamton Clien 41 B tel. 
Clark, Martha J. (wid E. K.) Willow 

Point Ves 53 B tel. 
Clark, Mrs. Nancv J. bds Deposit Snfd 

54. 
Clark, P. J. (Hattie) 1 ch farmer O 

300a 2h 9c El Choconut Pa Ves 71. 
Clark, Ealph K. farmer 115a 3h 13c 

E4 Binghamton Clicu 44 B tel. 



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Clark, Robert Q. (Leuama) 4 ch farmer 

O 190a 3h 50c Deposit Snfd 55 In.! 

tel. 
Clark, Ruth A. toaelier bds with Levi 

Meyers Whitney Point Tri 11 In.l tel. 
Clark, R. P. attorney 100a Willow 

Point Ves 53 B tel. 
Clark, Mrs. Velora A. O H&L Rl Great 

Bend Pa Kir 23. 
Clark, Ward (Ethel) 3 ch farmer O 

116a 4h 24e Deposit Snfd 54 Ind tel. 
Clark. Ward J. (Lottie) 3 eh farmer 

T 5h 59c Whitney Point Bar 17 B tel. 
Clark, William C. " (Frances M.) dairy 

farming O 207a 4h 27c Rl Windsor 

Snfd 14 Ind tel. 
Clark, Winna (dau P. J.) Rl Choconut 

Pa Ves 71. 
Clark, W. H. (Mary B.) farmer O 9a 

Ih R3 Binghamton Fen 13. 
Clarke, Mrs. Ellen honsekeeper for Henry 

Cline R2 Binghamton Bin 8 Ind tel. 
Clemence, John (Bertha) 1 ch teamster 

T 3h Castle Creek Chen 28. 
Clendening, R. G. 2 ch farmer O 110a 

5c 14c Rl Harpiirsville Col 57 Ind tel. 
Cleveland, Carl (Hazel) 1 ch T East 

Windsor Win 100. 
Cleveland, Elmer L. I'Onltry farming O 

6a Ih R2 Johnson City Un 36 B tel. 
Cleveland, George (May) 3 ch farmer 

O 50a 2h 9c Ouaquaga Col 80. 
Cleveland. Harry (son Ralph) farmer 

East Windsor Win 100. 
Cleveland, Kate .nurse RD Binghamton 

Kir 42 Ind tel. 
Cleveland, Ralph (Laura) 1 ch farmer 

O 108a 2h 18c East Windsor Win 100 

Ind tel. 
Clifford, John A. (Ollie J.) farmer O 

160a 5h 24c Rl Apalachin Ves 1 Ind 

tel. 
Clifford, Wilbur (Jessie) 1 ch farmer O 

160a 5h 24c R2 Vestal Ves 1. 
Clift, Elmer E. (Minnie G.) 8 ch farmer 

243a 4h 55c Gulf Summit Snfd 

19V2. 

Cline, A. W. 1 ch physician T 2h Kirk- 
wood Kir 22 B & Ind tel. 

Cline, Alvie O. (Ada E.) farmer & car- 
penter O 106a 3h 4c R2 Windsor Win 
28. 

Cline, Mrs. Caroline bds Rl Great Bend 
Pa Kir 24 Ind tel. 

Cline. Henry farmer O 115a 3h 12c R2 
Binghamton Bin 8 Ind tel. 

Cline, John H. (Emma) 2 ch farmer 
O 160a 3h 40c Rl Great Bend Pa 
Kir 24 Ind tel. 



Cline, J. L. (Bessie A.) 4 eh farmer & 

well driller O 100a 3h 5c Rl Conklin 

Bin 39 Ind tel. 
Cline, Mrs. Katie O 100a bds with P. W. 

Pierson R2 Binghamton Bin 34. 
Cline, Robert W. (Katie) 2 ch farmer 

O 223a 3h 22c R2 Binghamton Bin 8 

Ind tel. 
Cline, Sidney L. (son Alvie O.) paper- 
hanger & painter R2 Windsor Win 28. 
Cline, T. J. (Nellie) 4 ch farmer O 

55a 4h 14e R2 Binghamton Bin 8 Ind 

tel. 
Cline, Virgil T. (son Alvie O.) farming 

R2 Windsor Win 28. 
Clink, F. M. 1 ch station agent O H&L 

Harpursville Col 90. 
Clink, Lloyd operates machine in tannery 

bds with Leon Gibbs Rl Vestal Ves 

23. 
Clinton, H. J. (Mabel) postmaster O 

H&L Port Dickinson Dick B tel. 
Clough, G. H. (Cora) farmer O 100a 2h 

23c Rl Whitney Point Tri 38 Ind tel. 
Clough, Harry (son G. H.) (Kate) 

farmer Rl Whitney Point Tri 38 Ind 

tel. 
Clough, Mrs. Mary bds Rl Whitney 

Point Tri 38 Ind tel. 
Clugstone, J. Frank (Anna E.) 2 ch 

photographer O H&L Ic R2 Bingham- 
ton Bin 23. 
Clute, A. J. (Elizabeth) merchant O 7a 

4e Center Lisle Lis 19 B tel. 
Clute, Henry (Maud) 3 ch farmer O 

8a 5h 13c R2 Richford Lis 6 Ind tel. 
Clute, Lewis (Clara) laborer T 2h Center 

Lisle Lis 20. 
Cobb, C. E. (Mattie) farmer O ISa 2h 

5e Rl Choconut Pa Ves 40 Ind tel. 
Cobb, Edward farming bds with Irvin 

J. Truesdell R2 Windsor Win 32. 
Coble, U. S. (Emily J.) farming O 40a 

2h 7e R2 Windsor Win 33. 
Cochrane. George (Bertha) 5 ch farmer 

T 2h 16c Rl Harpursville Col 69. 
Cody, Eunice nurse R3 Binghamton Fen 

13. 
Coe, Albert (Jessie) farmer T Ih 18c 

R4 Marathon Lis 26 Ind tel. 
Cohoon, Mrs. Addlia T Rl Port Crane 

Fen 18 B tel. . 
Cohoon, F. S. (Vertie) farmer O 100a 

2h 13c Chena.ngo Bridge Chen 43 B 

tel. 
Cohoon. Myron (Alvinia) 1 ch farmer 

O 60a 2h 10c Chenango Bridge Fen 

9 B tel. 
Cole, Alvin M. (Margaret) 1 ch wks 

at shoe factory 5a 2h Endicott Un 

29. 



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Cole, Mrs. Caroline housekeeyier for J. B. 

Crane Vestal Ves 23 Ind tel. 
Cole, Charles F. farmer T Rl Port Crane 

Fen 19. 
Cole, Curtis (Jennie) track walker O 

H&L Chenango Forks Bar 56. 
Cole, C. G. (Susie F.) farmer 96a 4h 

12e Rl Nineveh Col 118. 
Cole, Edwin E. (Emma) farmer O 50a 

2h 5c R2 Harpursville Col 71 Ind tel. 
Cole, Mrs. Eva O H&L Main St Center 

Village Col 91. 
Cole, F'rank A. 1 ch farmer 50a 3h 

4c 20 sheep Rl Port Crane Fen 19. 
Cole, George (Bessie) 3 ch farmer O 

137a 27c R5 Binghamton Mai 60 B 

tel. 
Cole, Geo. C. (Ethel) 1 ch bridge builder 

T Chenango Forks Chen 35. 
Cole, James A. farm hand Rl Bingham- 
ton Bin 31. 
Cole, Mrs. John farmer O llOa 2h 6c 

Whitney Point Nan 29 Ind tel. 
Cole, John H. (Lena) machinist O H&L 

Kirkwood Kir 20 Ind tel. 
Cole, John W. farm hand bds with E. J. 

Daniels Rl Binghamton Bin 45. 
Cole, J. E. (Jessie) 1 eh painter & paper 

hanger T R4 Binghamton Chen 49. 
Cole, J. H. (Minnie) 2 ch telegrapher O 

H&L Ih Tunnel Col IS. 
Cole, Louie F. (Claire) 1 ch farmer T 

7c Chenango Forks Chen 34. 
Cole, Ray 1 ch stage driver 4h Castle 

Creek Chen 28. 
Cole, R. W. (Pearl E.) 2 ch farmer T 

2h 17c Windsor Win 66 Ind tel. 
Cole, S. B. (Hattie) 2 ch farmer O 210a 

2h 20c R2 Harpursville Col 49 Ind tel. 
Cole, S. C. farmer O 160a 3h 19c Che- 
nango Forks Chen 35. 
Cole, William M. (Lydia A.) farmer O 

5a Ih 2c Port .Crane Fen 12. 
Cole, W. (Minnie) 2 ch farmer & berry 

raiser O 50a 2h 5c Rl Choconut Pa 

Ves 39 Ind tel. 
Coleman, Julia M. (dau Wm. J.) school 

teacher O i/4a H&L Deposit Snfd 25 

Ind tel. 
Collier, C. D. (Anna E.) ret O H&L 

Lisle Lis 45. 
Collier, Tonis (Mary) ret O 40a Ih 4c 

Rl Kirkwood Kir 19 Ind tel. 
Collington, Burr (Mattie) 1 ch laborer T 

Main St Center Village Col 91. 



Collington, George (Lillie) 2 ch creamery 

T Main St Center Village Col 91. 
Collington, Harry (Addie) 1 ch farmer 

O 193a 2h 16c Center Village Col 97 

Ind tel. 
Collins, Mrs. Rosetta O la H&L East 

Windsor Win 103. 
Collins, W. J. (Kate) farmer O 97a Ih 

3c R2 Windsor Win 72. 
Colman, Leon (Eunice) farmer O 98a 2h 

Ic Glen Castle Chen 28 B tel. 
Colvin, Arthur (Ermina) farmer 246a 

3h 31c R2 Afton Snfd 65 Ind tel. 
Comstack, B. F. ret bds with W. D. 

Talbott Rl Windsor Win 106. 
Conestock, Eunice bds R6 Susquehanna 

Pa Win 111. 
Conestock, E. M. farmer bds R6 Susque 

hanna Pa Win 137. 
Conestock, Mrs. Sarah R6 Susquehanna 

Pa Win 111. 
Conestock, Willis (son Mrs. Sarah) 

farmer 52a Ih 4c R6 Susquehanna Pa 

Win 111 Ind tel. 
Conir, Geo. laborer bds with Geo. Ben- 
nett Rl Great Bend Pa Win 37. 
Conklin, Charles J. (Mary L.) 4 ch 

creameryman O 6a Ih Rl Windsor 

Snfd 14 Ind tel. 
Conklin, Edward W. (Mary) 3 ch R R 

engineer O la Ic Rl Great Bend Pa 

Kir 23 Ind tel. 
Conklin, John (Margaret) 4 eh R R 

engineer O i/^a Rl Great Bend Pa 

Kir 23. 
Conklin, John E. (Isadora M.) farmer T 

Ih 3c Rl Kirkwood Kir 22 Ind tel. 
Conklin, Lawrence (Mary) 3 ch farmer 

O 50a 2h 9c Chenango Forks Bar 52. 
Conklin, Lionel (son Edwd. W.) student 

Rl Great Bend Pa Kir 23 Ind tel. 
Conklin, Mrs. Sarah bds with Solon Finn 

Rl Great Bend Pa Kir 24 Ind tel. 
Conklin, Sarah E. dressmaker O H&L 

Chenango Forks Bar 54. 
Conley, Henry (Ann) farmer O 16a 2c 

Lisle Lis 50. 
Connis, Bruce (Louise) farming O 20a 

2h Ic Rl Vestal Ves 84. 
Conrad, John laborer R4 Marathon 

Lis 26. 
CoNROW^, Mrs. L. B. Hale Eddy Snfd 51. 
Conrow, T. L. ret care Marcus Phelps 

Whitney Point Tri 30 Ind tel. 



China and 
Glassware 



Dinner Sets, Fancy China and Separate' Pieces, Glass Baking 
Dishes, Wide Mouth Fruit Jars, Aluminum Ware and Lamps in 

HILLS, McLEAN & HASKINS 

Basement Department BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 

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Conrow, Viven E. (Grace) 1 ch farmer 
T 3h 17c Sanford Snfd 32 Iiid tel. 

CoNTRO, Charlie laborer on D H R R 
Co T Sanitaria Springs Col 10. 

Contro, Peter (Rosa) 2 ch laborer on D 
H R R Co O H&L Sanitaria Springs 
Col 10. 

Cook, Mrs. Alice A. T Ouaquaga Col 80. 

Cook, Bert M. (Sarah) 2 ch farmer T 2h 
R2 Johnson City Un 44. 

Cook, B. W. (Lettie) 1 ch barber H&L 
Harpursville Col 91. 

Cook, Charles (Angnsta) farmer O 140a 
5h 9c Whitney Point Lis 51. 

Cook, J. B. (Ona) 1 ch farm hand T Ic 
R2 Harpursville Col 41. 

Cook, Lorenzo S. (Ulissa S.) farmer O 
71a Ih 7e Rl Tunnel Fen 41. 

Cook, Louis W. (Grace) station agent T 
Tunnel Col 18 Ind tel. 

Cook, Lucy O 10a Rl Kirkwood Kir 39. 

Cook, Ross (Julia) farmer O 8a Ic Ves- 
tal Yes 23 Ind tel. 

Cook, Squire D. (Rose) farmer O 70a 2h 
' 15c Tunnel Col 18 Ind tel. 

Cook, Thomas (Rebecca) O H&L Che- 
nango Forks Chen 53. 

Cook, Walter (Blanche) 2 ch farmer O 
82a 2h 8c Tunnel Col 19. 
-K^ook, W. B. (Inez) 2 ch manager Mer- 
cantile Co O H&L 2h Rl Tunnel Col 22 
Ind tel. 

Cooke, Claud laborer T Rl Lisle Nan 19. 

Cooke, Floyd (Anna) 7 ch farmer O 69a 
4h 6c Rl Lisle Nan 19. 

Coole, Glenn (Margaret) 3 ch farmer & 
thresher bds with G. Elmer Lovelace 
R2 Yestal Yes 20. 

Cooley, J. B. (Catherine) 1 ch farmer O 
300a 6h 40c R4 Binghamton Chen 16 
B tel. 

Coon, Abram (Minnie) 1 ch farmer 
120a 2h lie R2 Binghamton Bin 20 
Ind tel. 

Coon, Mrs. Mary O 100a bds R2 Bing- 
hamton Bin 17. 

Coon, Olive (dau Abram) telephone oper- 
ator R2 Binghamton Bin 20 Ind tel. 

Coon, Mrs. Sarah J. bds R2 Binghamton 
Bin 201/2 Ind tel. 

Coon, Sidney (Edith) 4 ch farmer & car- 
penter O 100a 2h 9c R 2 Binghamton 
Bin 201/^ Ind tel. 

Coon, Walter (son Abram) farmer R2 
Binghamton Bin 20 Ind tel. 

Coon, W. M. farmer 100a 2h 12c R2 
Binghamton Bin 17. 

Coons, Herbert E. (M. Estelle) farmer 
O 109a 3h 10c R2 Harpursville Col 40 
B tel. 



Coons, Jonas (Rachel) ret O 105a El 
Hajpursville Col 69 B tel. 

Cooper, Edward J. (Margaret) dairy 
farming T 2h 35c Deposit Snfd 50 Ind 
tel. 

Cooper, Tina i\r. farmer O 40a 2h 28c 
R2 Johnson City I^n 46. 

Copp, Walter H. (Lillian) 2 ch farmer T 
3h 6c R2 Johnson City Un 31 B tel. 

Coi'bett, Mrs. Alice A. farming O 87a 
Conklin Conk 39 Ind tel. 

CORBETT, M. J. Corbettsville. 

Corbett, William I. (Rose) 3 ch farmer 
93a 5h 26c Rl Conklin Conk 36 B 
tel. 

Corbett, W. J. (Rose) 3 ch farmer O 
100a 5h 28c Rl Conklin Conk 39 B tel. 

Corbett, W. S. (Jessie M.) ret O H&L Ih 
Kirkwood Kir 20. > 

Corbin, Clarence (Elizabeth) ret bds 
with George Russell R2 Yestal Yes 14 
Ind tel. 

Corby, Alflf farmer O 165a 14c Rl Conk- 
lin Conk 35. 

Corby, Leonard (Nancy Jane) ret O 45a 
Ic R2 Windsor Win 71. 

Cordey, H. B. farmer T R2 Binghamton 
Bin 19. 

Corduer, Judson H. (Louisa J.) 2 ch 
farming 156a 2h lie McCIure Settle- 
ment Snfd 15. 

Corduer, Wright W. (Mertie CT) 2 ch 
laborer 6a Ih Rl Windsor Snfd 17. 

Cornell, Frank L. (Susie M.) 1 ch farm- 
er O 100a 3h 9c R3 Newark Yalley 
Mai 27 B tel. 

Cornell, James G.. merchant T Port 
Dickinson Dick B tel. 

Cornell, John farmer 53a 2h 2c R2 
Union Mai 15 B tel. 

Cornell, Louis T. (Agnes) 3 ch farmer 
O 47y2a 3h 7c Endicott Un 29 B tel. 

Cornell, Lyman farmer 45a 2h 2c El 
Conklin Bin 43 B tel. 

Cornell, Yernon R2 Union. 

Cornish, F. E. Rl Harpursville. 

Cornish, Mrs. W. D. T Willow Point Yes 
53 B tel. 

Cornwell, Elisha E. (Bessie E.) 3 ch 
dairy farmer O 200a 2h 32c Rl Wind- 
sor Snfd 14 Ind tel. 

(Jornwell, Henry D. (Katherine M.) 2 
ch farmer O 4a RD McClure Settle- 
ment Snfd 17. 

Correll, Will farm hand bds with Fred- 
rick Turnbull Rl Binghamton Bin 45 
B tel. 

Corser, Clarence L. (Hattie E.) 1 ch 
farmer O 97a 3h 22c Rl Tunnel Fen 
34 B tel. 



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Corson, Bert L. (Edyth) 1 ch farmer O 

100a 2h 3c Rl Choconut Pa Ves 40 

Iiul tel. 
Corson, B. H. (May) 1 ch farmer O 

106a 2h 10c Rl Choconut Pa Ves 40 

Ind tel. 
Corson, J. Ed. (Edna) 5 ch farmer O 

65a 2h 2c R2 Vestal Ves 48. 
Cortright, F. B. (Nettie) farmer 20a 

Ih 9c Center Lisle Lis 35. 
Cortright, Jebvis (Olive A.) farmer O 

56a Ih 2c Rl Johnson City Un 50. 
Cortright, Lynn (Bessie) 1 ch farmer 

O 40a 3c Center Lisle Lis 19. , 
Costello, John (Ellen) farmer O 28a Ih 

16c Whitney Point Lis 50. 
Costello, Michael (Mary) farmer O 122a 

2h 16c Whitney Point Lis 51. 
Costello, Thomas (Katharine) 3 ch 

farmer O 150a 4h 25c Rl Lisle Lis 

42 B tel. 
Couch, Adelbert (Mary) farmer O 214a 

2h 24c R4 Marathon Lis 26 Ind tel. 
Couch, Truman (Mary) farmer O 90a 

12h 15c Killawog Lis 41 B tel. 
Couch, Walter (Elsie) 3 ch farmer T 

3h 40c Killawog Lis 43 Ind tel. 
Couch, Warren (Lettie) 4 ch farmer T 

Ih 2c R4 Marathon Lis 26 Ind tel. 
CoUGHLiN, Timothy (Mary) 8 ch farm- 
ing O 265a 4h 23c Rl Vestal Ves 57 

B tel. 
Councilman, C. N. (Minnie) 2 ch wks in 

shoe shop T Vestal Ves 21. 



Councilman, S. D. (Ethel) farmer O 70a 

3h 5c Castle Creek Chen 26 B tel. 
Courch, Walter G. Killawog. 
Couron, Lauren B. (Anna A.) 10 ch la- 
borer T Hale Eddy Snfd 51. 
COURTRIGHT, JOSEPH H. (Lucinda) 1 ch 

cariienter O H&L Ih Ic R2 Bingham- 

ton Bin 23. 
Courtwright, Ray laborer bds with R. J. 

Green Upper Lisle Tri 4 Ind tel. 
Couse, Ervin P. (Verdie) 2 ch farmer O 

79a 3h lie R2 Union Mai 21 B tel. 
Coutan, Mrs. Katherine A. boarding 

house O H&L Port Crane Fen 8. 
Covert, Edward F. (Lulu) 2 ch telegraph 

operator bds with Frank Langdon Rl 

Kirk wood Kir 15 Ind tel. 
Covert, Geo. farmer bds with A. W. 

Swengel Rl Great Bend Pa Win 59. 
Covert, Lyman (Lulu) O 86a 2h 4c Rl 

Binghamton Bin 31. 
Cowan, George telegraph operator on 

D L & W bds with Mrs. Jane Tuttle 

Vestal Ves 21. 
Cowen, Edward C. (Minnie N.) farmer 

O 10a Ih R2 Vestal Ves 21. 
Cower, George 2 ch farmer T 2h 6c 

Center Village Col llDi/g Ind tel. 
Cower, John (Dora) farmer O 107a 2h 

15c Center Village Col llSVa Ind tel. 
Cowlen, Carl Edward farm hand bds 

with William North R2 Binghamton 

Bin 13 Ind tel. 




Clover Leaf Farm, Maine, New York. 
Owned by E. L. Vincent, Binghamton, occupied by Edward Vincent. 

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Cowlen, Genevieve student bds with 

William L. North R2 Binghaniton Bin 

13 Ind tel. 
Cox, Mrs. Fannie T Bl Port Crane Fen 

25 
• Cox, George (Clara) 2 ch O H&L Center 

Lisle Lis 20. 
Coy, Alford (Ida) 2 ch filmier O 96a 

2h 8c Rl Binghamton Conk 5. 
Craft, Walter W. (Emma O.) 3 ch 

farmer O 60a 2h 7c Rl Whitney Point 

Tri 32. 
Cramer, George (Nora) 1 ch farmer O 

60a 2h 5c R2 Vestal Ves 28. 
Crandall, Mrs. Rutha A. T Rl Port 

Crane Col 13. 
Crandle, Ben (May) 4 ch section hand 

T Kirkwood Kir 22 Ind tel. 
Crane, Arthur bds with A. L. Sanford 

Snfd 41. 
Crane, A. L. (Frances) farmer O 200a 

4h 35c Sanford Snfd 41 Ind tel. 
Crane, Elijah (Ina) farmer O 96a 4h 

19c Rl Nineveh Snfd 40 Ind tel. 
Crane, Harry L. farmer T 2h Rl Che- 
nango Forks Fen 33 Ind tel. 
Crane, Jesse S. (Daisy) 1 ch general 

store O H&L Ih Vestal Ves 23 B tel. 
Crane, J. B. farmer & stock buyer O 

139a 6h 19c Vestal Ves 23 Ind tel. 
Crane, Lesley (Gertrude) farmer bds 

with Elijah Rl Nineveh Snfd 40. 
Crapser, Charles (Jennie E.) 1 ch team- 
ster T 2h Harpursville Col 871^ Ind 

tel. 
Graver, Ashley (Marjorie) section hand 

T Ih Harpursville Col 89. 
Craver, Floyd E. (Elizabeth A.) 1 ch 

farmer T 2h 16c Rl Port Crane Fen 

39 B tel. 
Craver, Levi farmer O 50a 3h 3c R3 

Binghamton Kir 53. 
Craver, Mrs. Susan O H&L Harpursville 

Col 9. 
Crawford, Charles (Lillian) 1 ch farmer 

T 2h R3 Binghamton Kir 9. 
CRAwroRD. William H. (Frances) 1 ch 

farmer O 72a 2h 21c Glen Castle Chen 

28. 
Creesy, L. J. .(Alice) farmer O 22a 2h 

4c 'R2 Harpursville Col 96. 
Cresson, A. H. (Mary) farmer O 50a 

2h 10c East Windsor Win 100 Ind tel. 
Cresson, E. H. (Lillian) 1 ch farmer 

O 770a 28c Windsor Win 104. 
Cresson, Phill farmer O 60a 3h 15e 

Windsor Win 104. 
Cresson. Wm. G. ret O 85a 3c Rl Wind- 
sor Win 105. 
Crimims, Mike (Margaret) 4 ch farmer 

O 105a 2h 2c R2 Binghamton Bin 18. 



Crimmins, William M. (Anna) 3 ch 

milk route T 3h R2 Johnson City Un 

45. 
Crisell, Mrs. Emily O 4a Rl Port Crane 
• Fen 19. 
Crisell, Hosea (Julia E.) 3 ch farmer 

T 3h 2c Bl Port Crane Fen 19. 
Crisman, Mrs. M. E. bds with Frank 

Kellam Vestal Center Ves 76 Ind tel. 
Crissel, William (Helen) farmer O 20a 

Ih 2c Rl Choconut Pa Ves 39 Ind tel. 
Crocker, Charles (Alia) contractor & 

builder O 2a Rl Johnson City Un 49. 
Crocker, David A. (Henrietta W.) ret 

T R4 Binghamton Fen 10. 
Crocker, Merle (Jennie J.) 2 ch milk 

route O H&L 2h Rl Johnson City Un 

49- B tel. 
Crocker, Sarah farmer O 15a R2 John- 
son City Un 45. 
Croft, Eliza A. O 8a McClure Settle- 
ment Snfd 27. 
Cronin,, Michael (Ellen) farmer O 57a 

2h 9e Lisle Lis 49. 
Cronk, Mrs. Emma O 100a 2c R6 Sus- 
quehanna Pa Win 137. 
Crosby, Lillian (dau Thomas) packer R3 

Binghamton Kir 8. 
Crosby, Thomas (Katherine) 1 ch farmer 

O 13a Ih Ic R3 Binghamton Kir 8. 
Cross, Herbert (Susie) 3 ch wks in shoe 

shop O 9a Ih Ic R2 Vestal Ves 20. 
Cross, L. F. (Lillian) 3 ch farmer T 

4h Itaska Bar 33. 
Cross, Reuben D. (Mary E.) farmer 

90a 2h 13c Rl Port Crane Fen 20 B 

tel. 
Cross, Timothy (Ella) farmer T Port 

Crane Fen 18. 
Cross, William A. (Rose) farmer 3a 

Whitney Point Bar 1. 
Crouch, Jesse (Anna) 1 ch farm hand 

Whitney Point Tri 5 Ind tel. 
Crowell, F. H. (Nancy) peddler T R4 

Binghamton Chen 16. 
Crowell, L. K. (Edith) 3 ch farmer T 

2h 4c Castle Creek Bar 27. 
Crowley, Edward J. (son Mrs. Margaret) 

telegrapher Gulf Summit Snfd. 
Crowley, Mrs. Margaret O 14 a H&L Gulf 

Summit Snfd. 
Crsell, Ellen (dau Gettie) Rl Great Bend 

Pa Kir 23 Ind tel. 
Crsell, Mrs. Gettie J. O H&L Rl Great 

Bend Pa Kir 23 Ind tel. 
Cruser, John T. (Mabel) 2 ch farmer 

O 151a 2h 12c Conklin Conk 39 B tel. 
Culver, Floyd L. (Margaret) farmer T 

3h 19c R5 Binghamton Chen 211/2 B 

tel. 



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RURAL, DIRECTORY 



Culver, L. M. (Myrta) 1 ch farmer O 

7%a 3h 2c R5 Binghaniton Dick 1. 
Culver, Mrs. Martha 2 ch T Hooper Un 

32. 
Cumber, Albert (Bertha) farmer T 2h 

9c R3 Greene Tri 59. 
Cummings, Mrs. Mary poultry O H&L 

Center Village Col 91. 
Cummings, Thomas R. (Ethel) 4 ch 

farmer T 8h 3Sc R2 Johnson City Mai 

73 B tel. 
Cummings, William L. (Elizabeth) 1 

ch carpenter & poultryman O 9a Ih 

Rl Kirkwood Kir 19. 
Cunningham, Genevieye Gulf Summit 

Snfd 19 Ind tel. 
Cunningham, Grace Gulf Summit Snfd 

19 Ind tel. 
Cunningham, Jam,es dairy farming O 

200a 3h 28c McClure Settlement Snfd 

27 Ind tel. 
Cimningham, John (Kate) 1 ch farmer 

O 312a 2h 50e Gulf Summit Snfd 19 

Ind tel. 
Cunningham, Michael J. (Rachel G.) 5 

ch dnirv farmer O 200a 3h 30c Rl 

Windsor Snfd 14%. 
Cunningham, Tliomas P. farm hand Gulf 

Summit Snfd 19 Ind tel. 
Curtis, B. (Eva) 1 ch farmer O 12a 2h 

2c R4 Binghaniton Chen .50. 
Curtis, Henry S. (Jennie V.) 3 ch farmer 

O 100a 2h 3c R2 Union Mai 21 B tel. 
Cuser, Charles (Elizabeth) 2 ch T bds 

Corbettsville Conk 40, 
Cuser, John (Marie) farmer O 85a 2h 8c 

Corbettsville Conk 40. 
Custer, Anson (Olive) 2 ch machinist T 

Ih Vestal Center A'es 76. 
Cutler, Mary M. farmer O 21a R4 Bing- 
haniton Dick 4 B tel. 
Dalton, M. T. (Mary I.) minister T 

Maine Mai 26 B tel. 
Daniels, Benjamin (son G. W.) East 

Windsor Win 102. 
Daniels, Charles E. (Carrie) hotel liv- 
ery & feed stable O 37a 3h 4e Maine 

Mai 24 B tel. See adv. 
Daniels, E. J. (Emma) spring water 

vender O 40a 5h Rl Binghaniton 

Bin 45. 
Daniels, Eloyd (Estella) 2 ch farmer T 

4h 41c R4 Marathon Lis 3 B tel. 
Daniels, Fred H. (Emily A.) 1 ch farm- 
er O 50a 2h 9c R3 Newark Valley Mai 

5 B tel. 
Daniels. George R. (Rosa) fanner 

100a 5h R2 Vestal Ves 21 Ind tel. 
Daniels, G. W. (Susie) 2 ch farmer T 

2h 32c Rl East Windsor Win 102. 



Daniels, Harold (Maggie) 2 eh farmer O 

73a 3h 10c R3 Newark Valley Mai 3 

B tel. 
Daniels, Jessie (dau G. W.) East Wind- 
sor Win 102. 
Daniels, Lyman M. (son G. W.) East 

Windsor Win 102. 
Daniels, Mary E. (dau G. W.) East 

Windsor Win 102. 
Daniels. Ormand R. (Mary L.) ret O 

H&L Ih Maine Mai 42 B tel. 
Dann, Mrs. J. B. Rl Tunnel. 
Dann, Willis farmer & thresher O 50a 3h 

R2 Harpursville Col 41. 
Darling, Byron (Dora) 2 eh' farmer O 

4h 56c Rl Conklin Conk 35 B tel. 
Darling, Charlie N. (Florence) farmer 

T Ih R.3 Binghaniton Col 40. 
Darling, James (Lizzie) 1 ch farmer O 

132a 2h 25c R3 Binghaniton Col 38 Vo. 
Darling, .John H. farmer & laborer T R3 

Binghaniton Col 7. 
Darling, Robert (Mabel) 2 ch farmer T 

2h 15c R5 Binghaniton Mai 69. 
Darling, Salmon (Mary A.) 2 ch ret O 

2a R;'> Binghaniton Col 7. 
Darrow, Alonzo farmer bds with George 

Foster Rl Vestal Ves 58. 
Darrow, Mrs. Amelia bds with George S. 

Maynard R2 Vestal Ves 48 Ind tel. 
Darrow, Frank farm hand bds with Rus- 
sell H. Bird Rl Kirkwood Kir 19 Ind 

tel. 
Darrow, Leroy (Jane) 4 ch laborer T Rl 

Kirkwood Kir 11. 
Darrow, Oscar (Emma) ret farmer O 

H&L R2 Johnson City Un 33. 
Darrow, Robert (Jennie) farmer O 165a 

4h lie Rl Vestal Ves 51. 
Dart, Avery G. (Carrie J.) farmer 

16a Ih 2c Port Crane Fen 12. 
Dart, Daniel W. (Emma L.) farmer O 

135a Ih Ic Rl Tunnel Col 33. 
Dart, D. W. Sanitaria Springs. 
Daugherty, James (Susie) 4 ch engin- 
eer O llSa 2h 15c R2 Afton Snfd 68 

Ind tel. 
Daulev, Fred (Margaret) 1 ch carpenter 

T Lisle Lis 41. 
Dauley, Miles (Lucinda) 2 ch farm man- 
ager T 5h 107c Whitney Point Tri 8 

B tel. 
Dauley, Miles, Jr. farm hand Whitney 

Point Tri 8 B tel. 
Dauris, John (Teiie) 4 ch farmer O 35a 

2h 2c R5 Binghamton- Chen 2iy2 B tel. 
Davall. William F. (Bernice A.) 8 ch 

farmer O 179a 3h 20c Rl Harpursville 

Col 68 Ind tel. 



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Davern, Andrew (Mary) 1 ch farmer 

O 110a 2h 23e Nanticoke Nan 5 Ind 

tel. 
Davey, E. G. (Bertha) 4 eh farmer O 

96a 5h 23c Maine Mai 54 B tel. 
Davey, Henry Judson (Ella M.) 3 ch 

farmer O H&L 2h 4e Nineveh Col 90 

Ind tel. 
Davidson, Mrs. Caroline bds with "Will- 
iam H. El Kirkwood Kir 17. 
Davidson, Lloyd E. (Hazel I.) 1 ch 

farmer O 12a Rl Chenango Forks 

Fen 32. 
Davidson, Mrs. Lucinda O 17a 3c Rl 

Chenango Forks Fen 32. 
Davidson, William E. (Ina) 1 ch farmer 

T 2h 3c R2 Johnson City Un 49. 
Davidson, William H. farmer O 100a 2h 

12c Rl Kirkwood Kir 17. 
Davis, Mrs. Alvina O 4a Lisle Lis 20. 
Davis, A. W. (Bessie) 5 ch wholesale 

fruit dealer O 52a 3h 15c Rl Bingham- 

ton Bin 47 B tel. 
Davis, B. L. (Sarah M.) farmer T Che- 
nango Forks Bar 56. 
Davis, Charles (Frances) 4 ch farmer O 

170a 5h 32c Rl Lisle Lis 36 B tel. 
Davis, Charles A. (Mabel H.) farmer 

91a 3h 12c Rl Chenango Forks Fen 

28 B tel. 
Davis, Charles M. (Theresa) farmer T 2c 

Nineveh Col 90. 
Davis, Frederick J. farmer O 45a Ih 

12c Hooper Un 32 B tel. 
Davis, George H. (Jennie) dairy farm- 
ing O 36a Ih 6c Rl Windsor Snfd 14. 
Davis, G. H. (Sarah J.) farmer O 30a 

2h 9c Lisle Lis 44. 
Davis, Howard (Nellie) farm manager 

Rl Kirkwood Kir 11 B tel. 
Davis, James (Rachel) 2 ch farmer O 

70a 2h 16c Whitney Point Nan 16 Lid 

tel. 
Davis, John (Alice) farmer 94a 2h lie 

Whitney Point Bar 5. 
Davis, Leon (Essie) 1 ch edge trimmer 

T Chenango Bridge Chen 41 B tel. 
Davis, Melley O 5a R4 Binghamton 

Fen 10. 

Davis, Orland L. (Margaret) ret farmer 
O H&L Hooper Un 32 B tel. 

Davis, Mrs. Sarah O H&L Harpursville 
Col 90. 

Davis, Ward C. (Letitia M.) 1 eh car- 
penter O la Rl Windsor Snfd 14 Ind 
tel. 

Davis, Wilfred (Lucy) 4 ch farmer T 
3h 25c Harpursville Col 91. 

Davis, Willard B. (Ida) 1 ch carpenter 
T Hooper Un 31. 



Davison, Bion (Ida) farmer 63a 2h 

3c Rl Vestal Ves 77. 
Davison, Martha E. bds with Wm. R. 

Hawkins Rl Nineveh Snfd 6. 
Dawn, Mabel A. T Rl Tunnel Col 16 B 

tel. 
Dawson, Charles farm hand bds with 

Fremont L. Whitaker Rl Binghamton 

Bing 45 B tel. 
Day, Clarence R. (Mabel) farmer T 4h 

15c Rl Union Un 1 B tel. 
Day, E. A. (Mary A.) farmer O 43a Ih 

3c care Friendsville stage Binghamton 

Ves 76. 
Day, Grace Rl Lisle Lis 44. 
Day, Mrs. M. L. bds with E. H. Porter 

Upper Lisle Tri 17. 
Day, Grace T. (Ella) 3 ch farmer 40a 

R2 Union Un 17. 
Dayger, Mrs. Emma bds Rl Binghamton 

Bin 47 B tel. 
Dayger, L. E. (Maude) 3 ch clerk Em- 
pire grain elevator 10a Ih le Rl 

Binghamton Bin 47 B tel. 
Dayton, Henry H. farmer O 80a Ih 3c 

Maine Mai 36 B tel. 
Dayton, H. H. Glen Aubrey. 
Deabler, Ernest A. (Anna M.) 4 ch 

section foreman on D H R R Co O 4a 

Sanitaria Springs Col 3. 
Deabler, Lawrence A. T Sanitaria Springs 

Col 3. 
Dealaman, Adam E. (Caroline) 2 ch 

farmer O 77a 3h 14c R2 Johnson City 

Un 23 B tel. 
Dean, A. G. farmer O S3a 2h 5c Rl 

Binghamton Bin 32. 
Dean, Bessie (dau A. C.) R] Bingham- 
ton Bin 32. 
Dean, Burt (Gertrude) 1 ch patrolman 

H&L Ih Main St Center Village 

Col 91. 
Dean, Charles E. (Lucy) carpenter 

la Corbettsville Conk 39. 
Dean, George H. (Ellen) ret O ll^a 

Main St Center Village Col 91. 
Dean, Jim laborer bds with George Scott 

R2 Vestal Ves 3. 

Dean, William (Winifred) 3 eh farmer O 

107a 2h 7c Rl Choconut Pa Ves 42. 
Dean, W. F. (Mabel) 2 eh farmer T 3h 

29c Whitney Point Bar 11. 
Dean, W. H. farmer T 3h 29c Whitney 

Point Bar 11. 
De Anjou, Harold (Agnes) farmer T 2h 

23c RD Binghamton Col 37 Ind tel. 
Deanjow, Wallace D. (A^innen) ret O 50a 

Ih 6c R3 Binghamton Col 11. 
De Bell, Remain (Frances) laborer T 

East Windsor Win 103. 



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De Bois, John M. (Sarah) 1 ch farmer O 

40a 3h lOe Union Center Un 16 B tel. 
De Cator, R. E. (Jennie M.) 1 ch car- 
penter O 5a 2h 2c Willow Point 

Ves 88. 
Decker, Austin E. (Edith) 3 ch fore- 
man concrete works 21a 2c Union 

Un 1-4 B tel. 
Decker, A. H. blacksmith H&L Maine 

Mai 25. 
Decker, Mrs. Bertha M. farming fruit & 

poultry O 6a ]e R6 Susquehanna Pa 

Win 109. 
Decker, Burton (Bertha) 2 ch farmer O 

216a 3h 23c East Windsor Win 117. 
Decker, Mrs. Elvira A. farm owner O 

100a 2h 18e R2 Windsor Snfd 17. 
Decker, Emerson F. (Susie M.) 3 ch 

dairy farming 200a 5h 35e Gulf 

Summit Snfd 20. 
Decker, Harvey (son Mary) farmer O 

59a 2h 9c Rl Great Bend Pa Win 13. 
Decker, Joseph D. (Alice) farming O 6a 

Rl Vestal Yes 86. 
Decker, Mary Rl Great Bend Pa Win 13. 
Decker, Oscar (son E. H.) farm hand 

R2 Windsor Snfd 17. 
Decker, Owen (Ida) 1 ch farming O 62a 

3h Ic R5 Binghamton Chen 5 B tel. 
Decker, Roy farm hand Rl Kirkwood 

Kir 11 B tel. 
Decker, Samuel H. (Helen) 2 ch florist 

14a 2c R5 Binghamton Dick 2 B tel. 
Decker, Spaulding (Annie) laborer O 6a 

R2 Yestal Yes 48. 
Decker, Mrs. S. F. bds with Henry Hop- 
kins la Rl Kirkwood Kir 20 Ind 

tel. 
Decker, Wm. farm hand bds with Emer- 
son F. Ih Gulf Summit Snfd 20. 
Dedrick, Darvin (Dora O.) 3 ch farmer 

O 112a. 2h 12c R2 Harpursville Col 36. 
Dedrick, H. E. 2 ch farmer O 242a oh 

30c Whitney Point Bar 10. 
Dedrick, Seymour G. (Blanche) 3 eh 

farmer O 130a 5h 35c Rl Conklin Conk 

35 B tel. 
De Groat, Alvie (Ruth) 4 ch farmer O 

64a 2h 3c Yestal Center Yes 44. 
Degroat, Henry E. (Carrie) 2 ch 

general mdse T R2 Johnson City Un 

45 B tel. See adv. 



De Gues, Anthony carpenter T R2 A'^estal 

Yes 14. 
De Gues, William (Nettie) laborer O 

H&L Yestal Yes 21. 
Delancy, M. J. (Mary) 1 ch farmer 

23a Ih 3c Whitney Point Lis 51 Ind 

tel. 
Deland, Wm. (Mary) laborer O H&L 

Lisle Lis 45. 
De Lano, Henry E. (Eva) general store 

O la Maine Mai 26 B tel. 
Delello, Joe (Aiary A.) 2 ch section 

foreman D H R R Co T Ih 3c Port 

Crane Fen 12. 
Delello, Patsy (Tillie) D H R R Co 

T Port Crane Fen 12. 
Delello, Seymour D H R R Co laborer T 

Port Crane Fen 12. 
Demeree, Arthur (Nellie) section fore- 
man O H&L East Windsor Win 122. 
Demeree, Emerson (Elida) 1 ch pub- 
lisher H&L Harpursville Col 90 Ind 

tel. 
Demeree, Gilbert (Eliza) 3 ch merchant 

O H&L Harpursville Col 74. 
Demeree, G. F. (Almira) hardware O 

H&L Harpursville Col 90. See adv. 
Demeree, Herbert (May) 5 ch farmer 

O 130a 3h 30c East Windsor Col 123 

Ind tel. 
De Mond, Roy farmer O 69a 2h 14c R4 

Marathon Lis 38% Ind tel. 
Demoney, Eugene (Ida Bell) 2 ch farmer 

T Oqiiaga Lake Snfd 48. ' 
Demorier, L. E. (Etta) 2 eh farmer T 

4h 45e Nineveh Col 90 Ind tel. 
Denardo, Antonio Rl Windsor. 
Denardo, Henvy farmer T Rl Tunnel 

Col 33. ^ 
Dennis, Edgar (Mary) 1 ch laborer T 

Ninewh Col 90. 
Dennis, Wm. laborer bds with Dana Tall 

Rl Windsor Win 116. 
Dennison, J. M. (Tila) farmer O 7a 

Hooper Un 31. 
Depter, Mrs. Marjorie T Ouaquaga Col 

84. 
De Pue, A. (Nancy J.) farmer & stock 

buyer O 22a Ih Ic Yestal Ves 21. 
Depue, Lee (Bertha) 4 ch machinist T 

Yestal Center Yes 66. 



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77 



BROOME COUNTY 



Deshetler, A. B. (Ida) 1 ch carpenter O 

H&L R2 Vestal Yes 21. 
Detrieh, Elton (Luella) 4 ch farmer O 

165a 4h 19c Killawog Lis 40. 
Dovenport, Ethel (dau Geo.) E2 Windsor 

Win 36. 
Devenport, Geo. (Idela) 4 ch farmer O 

50a Ih 4c E2 Windsor Win 36. 
De Vinney, Harriett A. bds with Mar- 
garet Tinijjleton Rl Conklin Coiik 6 B 

tel. 
Devis, Maria 30a.,£c Deposit Snf d 44. 
De Vogel, A. (Adriane) farmer O 270a 

' 2h lie El Kirkwood Kir 22. 
Dewey, Eugene (Cornelia) farmer & 

miller O 33a Ih Ic E2 Vestal Ves 20 

Ind tel. 
Dewey, Gray farmer O 12a 2h Whitney 

Point Bar 16. 
Dewey, Martin M. (Hannah M.) 1 ch 

farmer O 6a Ih Ouaquaga Col 81. 
Dewey, W. P. (Angeline) ret O H&L 

Castle Creek Chen 27. 
Dewing, Andrew (Maude) 3 ch farmer 

O 258a 6h 58c E4 Binghamton Kir 2 

B tel. 
Dewing, Charles J. farm hand E4 Bing- 
hamton Kir 2 B tel. 
Dewing, Fred (Mildred) 3 ch farmer O 

258a R4 Binghamton Kir 2 B tel. 
Dewing, Harry farm hand bds R4 Bing- 
hamton Kir 2 B tel. 
De Witt, Elton F. (Flora) 2 ch farmer 

O 200a 3h 34c El Nineveh Col 118 Lid 

tel. 
Dewitt, Henry (son M. W.) laborer Mc- 

Clure Settlement Snfd 29 Ind tel. 
Dewitt, Marcus W. (Eliza E.) ret O 300a 

5h 45c McClure Settlement Snfd 29 

Ind tel. 
Dey, Curtis farmer O 178a 4h 33c Rl 

Lisle Lis 44. 
Dey, June Rl Lisle Lis 44. 
Deyo, I. T. certified milk 475a 18h 130c 

R5 Binghamton Un 51 B tel. 
Deyo. M. L. certified milk 475a 18h 130c 

R5 Binghamton Un 51 B tel. 
Deyo, R. H. certified milk 475a 18h 130c 

R5 Binghamton Un 51 B tel. 
Dibble, Alfred C. 2 eh general farming 

O 85a 2h 21c Gulf Summit Snfd 17. 
Dibble, Mrs. A. V. O 100a" East Windsor 

Win 103. 

Dibble, Hazel (dau Tyler) East Windsor 
Win 100. 

Dibble, H. E. (Verna A.) farmer 18a 
Ih 3c R2 Harpursville Col 70. 

Dibble, H. Glenn (L. Adelo'a) 3 ch oil 
station clerk T R2 Harpursville Col 
14. 



Dibble, Jess D. (Emma) 2 ch farmer 
60a Ih Ic R2 Harpursville Col 40 
Ind tel. 

Dibble, J. H. (Jennie) farmer O 80a 2h 
8c El Nineveh Col 124. 

Dibble, Mrs. Lottie coal dealer O H&L 
East Windsor Win 122 Ind tel. 

Dibble, Owen (Julia) 2 ch farmer T 2h 
9c Deposit Snfd 451/0. 

Dibble, P. S. Gulf Summit. 

Dibble, Rachel Gulf Summit Snfd 17. 

Dibble, Sanfokd (Helen) 3 ch teamster 
O 4i/>a Ih North Sanford Snfd 59 Ind 
tel. 

Dibble, Tyler E. (Emma May) 3 ch 
farmer & telegraph operator O 143a 
lOh 14c East Windsor Win 100 Ind tel. 

Dickerison, John W. (Edith D.) farmer 
120a 3h 15c R2 Union Un 7 B tel. 

Dickinson, Alonzo (Louise) ret O Nine- 
veh Col 90. 

Dickinson, C. M. Nineveh. 

Dickinson, C. T. (Ethel) 2 eh farmer O 
40a 2h 3c Whitney Point Bar 16 B tel. 

Dickinson, Dewitt (Elizabeth) farmer 
O H&L Ih Center Lisle Lis 19. 

Dickinson, Fred (Belle) farmer O 2h 7c 
Whitney Point Bar 13. 

Dickinson, John grocery T Conklin Conk 
39 B tel. 

Dickinson, Orrin (Rena) 2 ch farmer T 
2h 6c E2 Richford Lis 26 Ind tel. 

Dickinson, Wm. H. (Blanch) 4 ch farmer 
50a 6h 5c Whitney Point Lis 51. 

Dickson, Arthur L. (son A. L. ) laborer 
E4 Binghamton Fen 10 B tel. 

Dickson, Lewis E. (Louise) farmer & 
dairyman O 40a 2h 10c R4 Bingham- 
ton Fen 10 B tel. 

Dickson, Lillian L. (dau A. L.) E4 Bing- 
hamton Fen 10 B tel. 

Dilello, John 3 ch railroad T Harpurs- 
ville Col 90. 

Dilello, Louis (Louise) 8 ch groceries O 
H&L Bridge St Center Village Col. 

Dillenbeck, Bruce M. (Orpha) paper 
hanger & painter bds with A. H. 
Thm-ston Upper Lisle Tri 17. 

Dillenbeck, Mrs. Martha O 112a Ih El 
Whitney Point Tri 19. 

Dilley, Charles Fred farmer O 315a 
7h Sanitaria Springs Col 33. 

Dimbero, Edward (Rachael) 7 ch farmer 
O 64a Ih Ic Rl Kirkwood Kir 39. 

Dimonis, Harry R. (Ilva) 2 ch patrol- 
man on state highway 2a Ih Rl 
Windsor Snfd. 

Dimorier, George E. (Clara) farmer T 
5h 45c Nineveh Col 90 Ind tel. 

Dimorier, Helen farmer O 60a 21i 7c 
El Nineveh Col 110 Ind tel. 



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RURAL DIRECTORY 



Diniorier, Olen farmer 2h 7c Rl Nine- 
veh Col 110 Ind tei. 
Diniorier, Orbert (Jennie) laborer O 

H&L Ih Main St Center Village Col 

91. 
Dindl, Stephen (Theresa) 3 ch farmer O 

75a 21i 13c Deposit Snfd 54 Ind tel. 
Dingman, Reuben (Eunice) wks in tan- 
nery T Ih Vestal Ves 21. 
Dings, Fred T. (Nellie) 2 ch farmer 

95a 3h 8c Rl Conklin Conk 34 B tel. 
Dings, Steven A. bds Rl Conklin Conk 

34. 
Divine, E. S. (Verona) farmer O 150a 

4h 18c Rl Kirkwood Kir 35. 
Doane, Frank J. (Jeannette) farmer O 

116a 2h Ic Lisle Lis 46. 
Doane, G. R. farmer O lG5a 5h 12c Rl 

Binghamton Bin 32 B tel. 
Doane, H. A. (son G. R.) farmer Rl 

Binghamton Bin 32 B tel. 
Dobsa, Andrew (Mary) farmer O 60a 

2h 2c Rl Binghamton Bin 32. 
Dodd, Harry (Mary) 4 ch farmer O 

50a 2h 12c Rl Vestal Ves 57. 
Dodd, James (Abbie V.) 2 ch farmer O 

67a 2h 15c R2 Windsor Win 32 Ind 

tel. 
Dodd, Wm. (Inez) 1 ch farmer T 2h 

17c R2 Windsor Win 73. 
Dodd, Mrs. W. W. R4 Binghamton. 
Dodge, Percy (Martha) lineman l%a 

Chenango Bridge Chen 39 B tel. 
Dolaway, Charles (Olive) 1 ch farmer 

& lumberman T 2h Ic R2 Vestal Ves 

30. 
Dollmetsh, Harry (Cora) wks in I T R 

O H&L Vestal Ves 21. 



Domrick, Alford (Cornelia) post office 

clerk H&L R2 Johnson City Un 

46y2. 
DoNAHtiE, Bert Rl Harpursville. 
Donahue, M. J. (Margaret) 1 ch farmer 

O 280a 2h 34c R6 Susquehanna Pa 

Win 138. 
Donchig, John (Anna) 3 ch section hand 

on R R O la Rl Kirkwood Kir 19. 
DoNEY, John A. (Ida) farmer T Ih le 

Maine Mai 34. 
Doolittle, Clvde M. (son Lenora) laborer 

R2 Windsor Win 83yo. 
Doolittle, C. Leroy general farmer O 

45a Gulf Summit Snfd 20. 
Doolittle, Edwin A. (Lizzie) 4 ch farmer 

O 135a 2h 16c Rl Kirkwood Kir 16 

Ind tel. 
Doolittle, James A. (Anna) 1 ch farmer 

93a 2h 22c R2 Harpursville Col 86. 
Doolittle, John (Margaret) farmer O 

84a 2h ec R2 Vestal Ves 28. 
Doolittle, Mrs. Lenora 2 ch O 50a Ih 

2c Rl Windsor Win 83. 
Doolittle, Leon F. fireman & policeman 

R2 Windsor Win 831/2. 
Doolittle, L. F. (Martha) farmer O 

140a Ih 15c Ouaquaga Col 80. 
Doran, James (Catherine) ret O 20a Ih 

5c Rl Great Bend Pa Kir 23. 
Doremus, Isaac B. (Melvina) 2 ch 

farmer 45a 2h R2 Vestal Ves 30. 
Dorman, Darwin farmer Glen Castle 

Chen 28. 
Dorman, Jerome farmer O 60a Glen Cas- 
tle Chen 28. 
Doud, Robert E. (Mary E.) ret O 6a 

Ih Port Crane Fen 9 Ind tel. 





Type of a New York Farm. 

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BROOME COUNTY 



Doud, Weldon W. (Florence) 4 ch farm- 
ing O 10% a 3h 4c R4 Binghamton 

Chen 30. 
Dougherty, J. L. (Edith M.) 1 ch ret 

T Ih R3 Binghamton Fen 11. 
Dowd, Mrs. Anna bds with Timothy 

Horan El Vestal Ves 77 Ind tel. 
Dowd, Mathew (Luella) 2 ch laborer T 

Wliitney Point Lis 50. 
Downing, U. D. (Hazel) wks in Sales 

Building T Vestal Ves' 21. 
Downton, E. W. physician O 50a 2h 

26c Rl Kirkwood Kir 11 B tel. 
Downton, Lillian ids with E. W. Rl 

Kirkwood Kir 11 B tel. 
Drake, B. Albert (Ida) 1 ch farmer T 

2h 12c R2 Union Mai 21 B tel. 
Drake, E. W. (Melissa) farmer T 2h 

9c E6 Susquehanna Pa Win 115 Ind 

tel. 
Drake, Harry farmer R6 Susquehanna 

Pa Win 115. 
Drake, Lee (Nellie) 2 ch farmer T 4h 

18c R2 Harpursville Col 45 Ind tel. 
Drake, Marc H. (Hattie E.) 1 ch 

farmer & general contractor & jobber 

O 37a 2h 9c 25 sheep Rl Chenango 

Forks SPen 33 B tel. 
DriscoU, Joe farmer O 21a 2h 9c Wliit- 
ney Point Bar 1. 
Driscoll, Mat (Jessie) 5 ch farmer O 

140a 4h 25e Whitney Point Nan 27. 
Drix, Andrew (Sara) 1 ch farmer O 

165a 2h 38c Deposit Snfd 43. 
Drix, Evelen bds with Andrew Deposit 

Snfd 43. 
Drum, George W. (Katherine) 1 ch 

farmer O 45a 2h 4c Rl Vestal Ves 61 

Ind tel. 
Drum, Nathan S. (Almeda) ret O 55a 

5c Rl Vestal Ves 63. 
Drum, S. Rl Vestal. 

Drum, William A. (Etta L.) 7 ch farm- 
ing O 40a 2h 4c Rl Vestal Ves 86 B 

tel. 
Drumm, John T. (Alice) farmer O 56a 

2h 6c Rl Vestal Ves 61 Ind tel. 
Du Bois, Georgie (Lena) farmer O 50a 

Ih R2 Vestal Ves 21. 
Du Bois, John farmer O 16a 21i 2c Rl 

Vestal Ves 23 Ind tel. 
Du Bois, Mary housekeeper for John Rl 

Vestal Ves. 23 Ind tel. 
Du Bois, Rachel bds with John Rl Vestal 

Ves 23. Ind tel. 
Dubois, Thomas ret bds with Frank R. 

Harrington R2 Vestal Ves 21. 
Dubrava, Teddy (Eva) 4 ch farmer O 

82a 2h 3c R3 Binghamton Kir 54. 
Dudley, D. (Alice) 1 eh physician 143a 

Ih 12c Maine Mai 24 B tel. 



Duell, Frank (Lena) 3 ch farmer O 100a 

3h 16c R3 Binghamton Kir 51 Ind tel. 
Dull, R. H. (Jesse J.) 2 eh farmer O 

85a 2h 6c R2 Harpursville Col 40. 
Duncan, Seal (Annie) 1 ch farmer T " 

Ih 6e R2 Vestal Ves 47 Ind tel. 
DuNDON, John (Kittie) 6 ch farmer & 

steam fitter T Ih 8c R3 Binghamton 

Kir 44. 
Dunham, Alonzo F. (Alice M.) farmer 

O 30a Ih 5c Glen Aubrey Mai 54 B 

tel. 
Dunham, Charles N., Jr. (Eva) 4 ch 

farmer O 14a 2h Castle Creek Clien 

28 B tel. 
Dunham, Chas. N., Sr. butcher O 27a 

7c Castle Creek Chen 28 B tel. 
Dunham, Clarence (Emma) 1 ch 

farmer T 2h 4c Lisle Lis 44. 
Dunham, Edgar (Hattie) ret T Castle 

Creek Bar 19. 
Dunham, Edwin (Flora) farmer O 35a 

3h 10c Whitney Point Bar 16 B tel. 
Dunham, E. F. (Elsie) 3 ch farmer T 

2h 34c Upper Lisle Tri 18 y2. 
Dunham, George (Sarah) 1 ch salesman 

O 70a Ih Rl Union Un 3. 
Dunham, John F. (Eva) 1 ch farming 

O 92a 3h 8c Castle Creek Bar 26 B 

tel. 
Dunham, Mrs. Julia O la R4 Bingham- 
ton Fen 9. 
Dunham, L. B. (Carrie) spring water O 

10a R4 Binghamton Chen 14 B tel. 
Dunham, R. S. (Jennie) 1 ch farmer T 

3h 12c Whitney Point Bar 3. 
Dunlap, Earl B. (Mildred) wks at E J 

shoe factory T R2 Johnson City Un 

46 1/2 Ind tel. 
Dunlap, Harry (Ida) farmer bds with 

John Doolittle R2 Vestal Ves 28. 
Dunning, Cliarles J. (Harriett A.) but- 
cher O 5a Ih Rl Windsor Win 105. 
Dunning, Floyd B. (Hazel) 3 ch farmer 

O 44a 3h lie E2 Johnson City Un 24 

B tel. 
Dunning, Fred J. (Anna E.) farmer & 

su]it of highways O 87a Ih 6c Rl 

Windsor Snfd 12 Ind tel. 
Dunning, Frank S. (May) 7 ch farmer 

O 140a 3h 19c R2 Johnson City Un 24 

B tel. 
Duren, H. M. R4 Binghamton Chen 16. 
Durfee, George J. (Gurtha) 3 eh farmer 

O 40a 4h 5c Union Center Un 16 B 

tel. 
Durfee, Herbert M. (Cora) 1 ch farmer 

O 40a 2h 6c Maine Mai 35 B tel. 
Durgala, John (Anna) 2 ch farmer O 

25a Ih Ic R5 Binghamton Dick 3. 



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Dutcher, Andrew F. (Mary A.) farmer 

O IVaa Rl Great Bend Pa Kir 23, 
Dvorsky, Stephen (Susie) 2 ch farmer 

O 75a 3h 8c R2 Binghamton Bin 7. 
Dwel, Fay (Tynee) 5 eh manager for 

D. S. Phelps farms T Conklin Conk 

39. 
Dwire, Leon P. bds with Mary Purtell 

Deposit Snfd 44. 
Dyer, Art. farmer O 125a 3h 4e Deposit 

Snfd 571/2 B tel. 
Dyer, Fred G. bds with Art. Deposit 

Snfd 571/2. 
Dyer, Mrs. M. J. bds with Art. Deposit 

Snfd 571^. 
Dyer, R. E. (Edith) 1 ch station agent 

of Erie R R T Kirkwood Kir 20. 
Dykeman, Harry (Susie) farmer O 100a 

2h 8e R2 Harpursville Col 34. 
Eagan, Frank (Alma G.) farm hand T 

Deposit Snfd 47 B tel. 
Earl, N. E. (Mary H.) traveling sales- 
man O 2i^a Ih Deposit Snfd 43.. 
Eastman, Newton (Rose) ret T R2 

Maine Mai 24. 
Eaton, Mrs. Addie farming O 2a Castle 

Creek Clie'n 28. 
Eaton, Charles H. (Lillie) 1 ch farmer 

T 2h 2c R6 Susquehanna Pa Win 111 

Ind tel. 
Eaton, Clark (Stella) farmer 100a 2h 

9c R3 Binghamton Col 5. 
Eaton, Luke (Martha) farming 21a 

Ih 2c R5 Binghamton Chen 23. 
Eaton, Merton (Alva) 1 ch farmer O 

65a Castle Creek Bar 27 B tel. 
Eaton, Roy (Nettie) farmer O 97a 12c 

Upper Lisle Tri 17. 
Eaton, Samuel (Lucy) farmer O Castle 

Creek Chen 26. 
Eaton, "William M. (Minnie) farmer Rl 

Great Bend Pa Win 44. 
Eccleston, Flovd A. (Lena) 1 ch wks at 

E J shoe factory O H&L R2 Johnson 

City Un 461/^. 
Edgecomb, Hattie (dau Mrs. J. E.) 

bookkeeper R2 Binghamton Bin 201/^ 

B tel. 
Edgecomb, Jennie B. (dau Mrs. J. E.) 

saleslady R2 Binghamton Bin 20% B 

tel. 
Edgecomb, Mrs. J. E. farmer O 22a Ih 

Ic R2 Binghamton Bin 20 1/^ B tel. 
Edgerton, a. H. (Florence E.) 1 ch 

farmer O 100a 3h 17c Rl Tunnel Col 

26 Ind tel. 
Edminster, Ernest (Mona) 2 ch farmer 

T 3h 30c Lisle Lis 43. 
Edminster, Eugene (Elizabeth) 2 ch 

farmer O 40a 2h 10c Conklin Conk 39 

B tel. 



Edminster, Frank (Mary S.) 1 ch post- 
master O H&L Ih Lisle Lis 43 Ind 

tel. 
Edmonds, Frank D. (Sarah) farmer T 

5h 4c R2 Union Un 12 B tel. 
Edson, B. F. (Vick) 2 ch railroad sta- 
tion agent 49a 2h 8c East Windsor 

Win 122 Ind tel. 
Edson, Melvin (Carrie) farmer O 31a Ih 

Ic Rl Kirkwood Kir 14 Ind tel. 
Edson, Wyman L. (Grace) 3 ch farmer 

38a Union Center Un 14 B tel. 
Edwards, Addison farmer 3a Ih Rl 

Windsor Win 1161^. 
Edwards, Anna Rl Windsor Win 117. 
Edwards, Frances Rl Windsor Win 

II6I/2. 
Edwards, George laborer O H&L Lisle 

Lis 46. 
Edwards, H. D. (Amy) 5 ch machinist 

O .4a Ih Ic Rl Vestal Ves 23. 
Edwards, James (Mary) 5 ch farmer 

& State road patrolman 32a 2h 13c 

Rl Windsor Win II61/2 Ind tel. 
Edwards, J. J. bds with Addison Rl 

Windsor Win 116%. 
Edwards, Lafayette (Harriett) farmer 

O 58a 2h 7c Rl Great Bend Pa Kir 26 

Ind tel. 
Edwards, Lewis (Libbie) lumberman O 

H&L Lisle Lis 45 Ind tel. 
Edwards, Libbie O H&L Lisle Lis 45. 
Edwards, Louise Lisle Lis 46. 
Edwards, Lyle B. (Clara K.) 1 ch 

farmer 175a 4h 52c R6 Susquehanna 

Pa Win 107 Ind tel. 
Edwards, Mrs. M. B. O 6a Lisle Lis 46 

Ind tel. 
Edwards, Richard (Anna) 3 ch minister 

H&L' Ih Ic Lisle Lis 45 Ind tel. 
Edwards, SOas bds with Jas. Rl Wind- 
sor Win 116 1/2. 
Edy, Andrew (Carrie) farmer 180a 

2h 20c Rl Lisle Lis 29 Ind tel. 
Edy, Russell (Ethel) farmer O 43a Ih 
' 22e Rl Lisle Lis 28 Ind tel. 
Egbertson, Charlotte L. boarding 

house O H&L Upper Lisle Tri 17. 
Eggleston, Clifford (son Lee) farmer 

R2 Chenango Forks Tri 50 Ind tel. 
Eggleston, C. C. (Ella) 1 ch painter O 

2a R3 Binghamton Fen 13. 
Eggleston, Frank J. (Minnie H.) 1 ch 

farmer 100a 3h 16c Whitney Point 

Tri 11 Ind tel. 
Eggleston, Fred C. (Addie M.) 4 ch 

farmer O Ilia 2h 18e R2 Chenango 

Forks Tri 50 Ind tel. 
Eggleston, George H. (Addie) farmer 

O 10a Ih Ic Rl Johnson City Un 48. 



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Eggleston, George H. ret bds with Henry 

El Choconut Pa Ves 39. 
Eggleston, Henry (Belle) 2 cli farmer 

O 124a 2h 22c Rl Choconut Pa Ves 39. 
Eggleston, H. L. (Carolyn) 3 ch farmer 

T 3h 29c Itaska Bar 33 B tel. 
Eggleston, J. Delano (Rose) farmer O 

187a 2h 12c R2 Chenango Forks Tri 

50 Ind tel. 
Eggleston, Lee (Belle) farmer & lum- 
berman O 80a 4h 15e R2 Chenango 

Porky Tri 50 Ind tel. 
Eggleston, Lillian (dau Lee) R2 Che- 
nango Forks Tri 50 Ind tel. 
Eggleston, Mary bds with Henry Rl 

Choconut Pa Ves 39. 
Eggleston, Robert F. (son J. Delano) 

laborer R2 Chenango Forks Tri 50 Ind 

tel. 
Eggleston, Thomas carpenter Rl Great 

Bend Pa Win 18. 
Eggleston, Will (Carrie) 1 ch farmer O 

50a 3h 8e Rl Tunnel Col 25 Ind tel. 
Eggleston, William (Julia) farmer O 

60a 2h 7c Rl Whitney Point Tri 31. 
Eldred, B. J, (Lizzie) 5 ch farmer O 

80a 2h 12c E2 Binghamton Bin 20% 

Ind tel. 
Eldred, C. D. (Ida M.) buttermaker O 

181a 2h 36c Sanford Snfd 42 Ind tel. 
Eldred, Mrs. Eliza E. housekeeper for 

George O 10a Ih Ic R2 Binghamton 

Bin 6. 
Eldred, George (son Eliza E.) laborer 

R2 Binghamton Bin 6. 
Eldred, Henry C. (Delilah) 1 ch poul- 

tryman & farmer O 5a Ih 4c R2 (Bing- 
hamton Bin 201/2. 
Eldred, H. M. 3 ch farmer O 80a 2h 10c 

Rl Tunnel Col 56 Ind tel. • 
Eldred, John ret O 42a R2 Binghamton 

Bin 201/2. 
Eldred, M. P. (Nancy) farmer O 94a 2h. 

14c Rl Harpursville Col 57. 
Eldred, Stephen (Mary) 2 ch farmer O 

50a 6h 7c R2 Binghamton Bin 5. 
Eldred, Timothy (Clara) 5 ch laborer 

T R2 Bingliamton Bin 201/4. 
Eldred, V. J. (Bessie) 1 ch farmer O 

165a 2h 29c Sanford Snfd 32. 
Eldredge, Pearl farmer 125a 2h 15c 

Castle Creek Bar 19. 
Eldredge, Sarah farming O 65a Ic Cas- 
tle Creek Chen 34. 
Ei.DREGE, John R. Rl Vestal. 
Eldridge, Charles L. (Evelyn) 1 ch farm- 
ing T Rl Vestal Ves 52. 
Eldridge, DeWitt (Mary E.) farmer O 

77a 3h lie Rl Whitney Point Bar 34 

B tel. 



Eldridge, Eugene C. (Edith) farmer T 

3h lie Rl Whitney Point Bar 34 B 

tel. 
Eldridge, Floyd C. farmer O 125a 2h 15c 

Castle Creek Bar 19. 
Eldridge, J. R. farming T 2h 22c Rl 

Vestal Ves 52. 
Eldridge, Lee (Anna) section hand T 

C^lenango Forks Chen 53. 
Eldridge, Mary (wid G. R.)0 124a 2h 

22c Rl Vestal Ves 52. 
Ellerson, Ed (Fannie) 1 ch farmer O 

123a 5h 23c Castle Creek Bar 18 B tel. 
Ellerson, Evelyn H&L Qienango Forks 

Chen 53. 
Ellerson, Leon (Sarah) 1 ch farmer O 

101a 2h 19c R3 Greene Tri 44 Ind 

tel. 
Ellerson, Vernon H. (Nellie P.) 1 ch 

farmer T 2h 7c Whitney Point Tri 13. 
EUgleston, Edward W. (Leona) 1 ch 

farmer O 13i/2a Ih Rl Great Bend Pa 

Win 46. 
Ellinger, Ferdnand (Louise) farmer O 

74a 2h 6c El Binghamton Conk 2. 
Elliott, Mrs. Abbie O 80a Rl Chenango 

Forks Fen 32. 
Elliott, A. B. jewelry & sporting goods 

Chenango Forks. 
Elliott, Frank (Emma) farmer O 95a 

2h 10c R3 Binghamton Kir 44. 
Elliott, Frank C. (Anna) butcher T 

R2 Johnson City Un 45 B tel. 
Elliott, H. B. automobile repairing & 

supplies Chenango Forks Bar 56. 
Elliott, Lynn (Lonnelle) 3 ch farmer O 

100a lh'6c East Windsor Col 123. 
Elliott, Mrs. Mary O H&L Whitney 

Point Tri 5 Ind tel. 
Elliott, Myron (Mary) farmer T 2h 17c 

East Windsor Win 121. 
Elliott, Pearl V. (dau Frank) teacher 

R3 Binghamton Kirk 44. 
Elliott, T. D. farmer O 9a R2 Johnson 

City Un 45 B tel. 
Elliott, Winfred W. (Bertha) 2 ch 
electric engineer O H&L R2 Johnson 

City Un 46 B tel. 
Ellis, Mrs. Addie O 6a Harpursville Col 

90. 
Ellis, Charles (Alice) 3 ch farmer 

148a 4h 12c Rl Vestal Ves 49 Ind 
tel. 
Ellis, Frank (Bessie) 7 ch rural mail 
carrier O 75a 2h 5c R2 Vestal Ves 25 
Ind tel. 
Ellis, George (Susie) 1 ch farmer T 3h 

60c Rl Lisle Lis 36 B tel. 
Ellis, Irvin F. (Julia) 4 ch farmer O 
23a Ih 3c R2 Johnson City Un 21 B 
tel. 



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Ellis, Mrs. Mary farmer O 56a Ih 8c Rl 

Binghamton Bin 47 B tel. 
Ellis, Vern (Cleo) 2 ch wks in shoe shop 

10a 2h Ic Vestal Yes 21. 
Ellis, William (Bertha May) 7 ch farmer 

O 54a 3h 2c Vestal Center Yes 76 Ind 

tel. 
Ellsworth, Ervin (Charlotte) ret T Ih 

Rl Binghamton Bin 45. 
Elsen, P. H. (Louise) farmer O 100a 

2h 7c E2 Windsor Win 29. 
Elwell, Orsa (Mary) farmer O 49a 3h 2c 

R3 Binghamton Ten 11 B tel. 
Elwood, Mrs. Carrie bds with C. E. 

Rozelle Maine Mai 34 B tel. 
Elwood, Frank (Sarah) general store 

store Kirkwood Kir 20 Ind tel. 
Ely, a. L. (Louise) farmer O 47a Ih 4c 

Rl Kirkwood Kir 19. 
Emerson, Charles C. (Reba L.) 1 ch 

farmer T 3e Rl Great Bend Pa Win 

41 Ind tel. 
Emerson, L. J. (Mary D. L.) farmer O 

200a 8h 28c Rl Johnson City Mai 52 

B tel. 
Emery, John farmer bds with Silas J. 

Roberts Rl Binghamton Bin 29. 
Engelbert, James L. (Carrie) 5 eh farm- 
er 117a 4h 40c Conklin Conk 39 B 

tel. 
Engle, Charles ret T Rl Chenango Forks 

Fen 25. 
Engle, John D: (Ella) 1 ch farmer O 54a 

2h 8c Rl Chenango Forks Fen 25 B 

tel. 
English, Mrs. Alice H&L Triangle 

Tri 30. 
English, Arthur (son A. N.) East Wind- 
sor Win 122. 
English, A. N. (Bertha) 4 ch farmer 

35a 9c East Windsor Win 122. 
English, B. J. (Ruth) farmer O 130a 

2h 25c Whitney Point Lis 50. 
English, Mrs. C. F. O 180a East Wind- 
sor Win 122. 
English, Mrs. Ellen O 50a R2 Chenango 

Forks Bar 41 B tel. 
English, G. R. (Edith) 1 ch dairy & 

poultry O 325a 6h 35c Rl Whitney 

Point Tri 15 Ind tel. 
English, Levi I. (Louise) 2 ch farmer O 

162a 6h 6c R4 Binghamton Dick 4 B 

tel. 
English, Lynn farmer O 270a 2h 35e R2 

Greene Bar 49. 



English, Mi's. Mabel 2 ch O H&L Har- 
pursville Col 90. 

English, Robert H. (S. B.) wks on rail- 
road T Main St Chenango Forks 
Bar 56. 

English, Susan (dau A. N.) East Wind- 
sor Win 122. 

English, W. J. (Louisa) 1 ch farmer 
3a 2h Ic R2 Chenango Forks Bar 41 
B tel. 

Ensign, Betsey T Killawog Lis 42 Ind 
tel. 

Ensign, D. D. Killawog. 

Ensign, Floyd (Cora) 2 ch farmer O 
125a 3h 1.3c Center Lisle Lis 45 B tel. 

Ensign, W. C. (Edna) 1 ch farmer O 
80a 2h 20c R4 Killawog Lis 41 Ind 
tel. 

Espusito, Frank cheesemaker T Rl Tun- 
nel Col IS. 

Estes, G. Ross (Ada) 1 eh blacksmith T 
Center Village Col 97. 

Estes, J. B. (May) 3 ch farmer 144a 
2h 15c Center Village Col 97. 

Estes, R. D. (^Lillian) 1 ch farmer O 
288a 3h 23c Rl Nineveh Col 109 Ind 
tel. 

Eston, Frank S. farmer O 50a 2h 4c R3 
Newark Valley Nan 6. 

Evans, Charles F. stock raiser poultry- 
man & gardener O 274a bds with Rob- 
ert W. Rl Kirkwood Kir 23. 

Evans, Harvey (Lottie) 2 ch nursery O 
H&L Ih Johnson City Un 53% B tel. 

Evans, Robert W. stock raiser poultry- 
man & gardener 274a 3h 53c Rl 
Kirkwood Kirk 23. 

Everett, Chas. H. (Jennie) farmer O 
5i/2a Ih Ic Glen Castle Chen 28. 

Everett, Willard E. (Lillian) 3 ch la- 
borer T Rl Johnson City Un 47. 

Everett, William (Edith) 'farmer O 110a 
2h 7c RD Harpursville Col 42 Ind tel. 

Everitt, William (Anna) farmer O 50a 
2h 12c R5 Binghamton Chen 9 B tel. 

Evertt, Walter (Flury) attendant at 
State Hospital Binghamton Kir 10 Ind 
tel. 

Every, W. D. (Nettie) 1 ch farmer O 
265a 4h 15c Main St Center Village 
Col 91. 

Failey, Hugh farmer O 150a 5h 40e Rl 
Hallstead Pa Conk 42. 

Fairbanks, Charles (Amy) 2 ch laborer 
T Whitney Point Lis 50. 



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BROOME COUNTY 



Fail brother, Thomas (Hattie) 2 cli 

farmer O 100a 3h 9c Rl Choeoiuit Pa 

Ves 41. 
Fairbrother, William Henry (Leiiora) 5 

ch carpenter O la Ic Vestal Center 

Ves 76. 
Fairchild, Edward E. (Delia M.) 1 ch 

carpenter T R2 Harpiirsville Col 71. 
Fairchild, Fredrick farmer O 70a 3h 3e 

Rl Harpnrsville Col 54. 
Fairchild, "Walter (Eva) 3 ch farmer T 

3h 3c Rl Harpnrsville Col 54. 
Fancher, Leroy laborer O H&L Ih Nin- 
eveh Col 90. 
Fargo, Ray A. (Jetta) 2 ch student T 

Johnson City Un 53 B tel. 
Farley, D. H. (Elizabeth) farmer O 

253a 4h 39c Castle Creek Bar 9 B 

tel. 
Farmsworth, George (Ina M.) 3 ch min- 
ister T Ih Rl Binghamton Bin 20 Ind 

tel. 
Farrell, Albert (Sophia) 3 ch farmer 

O 165a 3h 20e Castle Creek Chen 28. 
Farrell, Arthur Rl Conklin. 
Farrington, Mrs. Esther H. T Sanitaria 

Springs Col. 
Farrington, Fred E. farmer O H&L 

Sanitaria Springs Col 14. 
Farrington, Lawrence E. (Ellen M.) 

farmer T 4h 15c Rl Port Crane Col 2. 
Faulkner, W. R. (Blanche) 2 ch farmer 

T 3h 23e Rl Kirkwood Kir 14 Ind 

tel. 
Fay, D. S. (Angie) farmer O 48a Ih 3c 

R2 Windsor Win 79. 
Feheles, Nathaniel R. (Carrie) 3 ch min- 
ister T Rl Conklin Conk 34 B tel. 
Feheley, William J. (Gertrude) 3 ch 

farmer T 3h 35c Chenango Bridge 

Chen 43 B tel. 
Fenescey, D. M. (Cloe) 3 ch farmer O 

85a 2h 7c R2 Susquehanna Pa Win 

92 Ind tel. 
Fenner, Eugene (Net) 1 ch farmer T 

3h 4e Rl Lisle Lis 16 Ind tel. 
Fenner, John mechanic O 44a Ih 2c Rl 

Lisle Lis 16. 
Fenner, S. W. Rl Lisle. 
Fenner, Taylor (Lucy) farmer O 50a 

3h 5c Rl Port Crane Fen 8. 
Fenton, Clarence 1 ch metal worker O 

5a Hooper IJn 31 B tel. 
Fenton, Leon C. care of W. A. Smith 

Whitney Point Tri 10. 
Ferguson, Frank T. (Mary) 1 ch laborer 

T Conklin Conk 39. 
Fern, Andrew (Geraldine) ret O 2a Ih 

Nineveh Col 90. 

Feenald, Mrs. C. E. 747 Chenango St 
Port Dickinson. 



Ferris, Barton farmer Rl Lisle Lis 33 

Ind tel. 
Ferris Dean (Mary) 4 ch farmer O 94a 

2h 14c Rl Vestal Ves 56 B tel. 
Ferris, Elisha A. farmer O 200a 3h 20c 

Rl Tunnel Col 16 B tel. 
Ferris, Fred farmer Rl Lisle Lis 33. 
Ferris, George C. (Harriett C.) wks at 

E Johnson Shoe Co O 3a Ic R2 Union 

Mai 20 B tel. 
Ferris, Mrs. Ruby T. farming O 100a 

4h 15c Rl Lisle Lis 33 Ind tel. 
Ferris, W. H. (Nellie T.) 1 ch farmer 

T 3h 12e Rl Kirkwood Win 10 Ind 

tel. 
Fetter, Joseph T. (Ruth D.) farmer O 

50a 2h 3c R3 Binghamton Col 6. 
Fiala, Cliarles (son Emil) farm hand R2 

Binghamton Bin 7. 
Fiala, Emil (Anna) farmer O 90a 4h 15c 

R2 Binghamton Bin 7. 
Fiala, Joseph (son Emil) machinist R2 

Binghamton Bin 7. 
Fiato, Joseph (Marie) 4 ch farmer bds 

with Thomas Rl Kirkwood Kir 19 Ind 

tel. 
Fiato, Thomas (Frances) 3 ch farmer 
. O 120a 2h 18c Rl Kirkwood Kir 19 

Ind tel. 
Fiato, Tony (Louise) 4 ch farmer Rl 

Kirkwood Kir 19 Ind tel. 
Fical, D. C. R2 Chenango Forks. 
Field, Henry M. (Lettie) 1 ch farmer 

O 38a 2h 10c Rl Johnson City Un 47. 
Field, H. W. Rl Johnson City. 
Finch, Andrew (Dell) 1 ch farmer O 

50a 2h 5c care of Friendsville Stage 

Binghamton Ves 81. 
Finch, Andrew H. (Flora B.) farmer T 

2h Ic Rl Port Crane Fen 42. 
Finch, Arthur (Margaret) 6 ch section 

foreman on railroad T Kirkwood Kir 

20. 
Finch, Carl (Ella) 3 ch farm hand 

Rl Whitney Point Tri 14. 
Finch, Clarence T. (Jennie L.) poultry- 
man O 3a Rl Great Bend Pa Kir 25 

Ind tel. 
Finch, Cicero (Minnie) 2 ch farmer O 

100a 3h 17c Rl Conklin Conk 26 B 

tel. 
Finch, Correll C. farmer T Rl Tunnel 

Fen 45. - 
Finch, C. A. (Emily) 3 ch retail medi- 
cines extracts etc T 2h le Lisle Lis 48. 
Finch, C. I. (Jennie) farmer O 130a 

2h 12e Rl Windsor Win 131 Ind tel. 
Finch, Earl (Cora) 4 ch farmer O 136a 

3h 12c Rl Johnson City Un 49. 
Finch, Earnest N. farmer T Rl Tunnel 

Fen 45. 



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Finch, Edison E. farmer T Rl Port 

Crane Fen 36 B tel. 
Finch, Edson (Ida) farmer O 100a East 

Windsor Windsor 103 Ind tel. 
Fine)i, Mrs. Eliza O 50a R3 Binghamton 

Kirk 9. 
Finch, Ernest (Bessie) 7 ch farmer O 

160a 4h 16c Rl Conklin Conk 20 B tel. 
Finch, Francis T. (Neva) 3 ch farmer O 

100a 2h 4c Rl Johnson City Un 49 

B tel. 
Finch, Geo. (Rosie M.) 2 ch farmer O 

100a 3h 7c Rl Port Crane Fen 36 

B tel. 
Finch, H. V. (Harriett E.) 4 ch farmer 

T 2h 8c R3 Binghamton Kir 9 B tel. 
Finch, John (Ethel L.) 3 ch farmer O 

30a Ih 3c Rl Timnel Fen 45. 
Finch, Lewis (Blanche) farmer O 73a 

oh 4c Rl Conklin Bin 37. 
Finch, Myron (Lena) 3 ch employe 

DL&WRRTlc Corbettsville Conk 

42. 
Finch, Willie E. (Jessie) 1 ch farmer 

O 22a 14h 19c Rl Chenango Forks 

Fen 34 B tel. 
Fink, Frederick L. (son Priscilla) la- 
borer T McClure Settlement Snfd. 
Fink, Priscilla M. washer woman T 

McClure Settlement Snfd. 
Finn, Solon (Carrie) farmer O 124a 

3h 30c Rl Great Bend Pa Kir 24 Ind 

tel. 
Finn, William T. (Julia) farmer O 55a 

2h 8c R7 Great Bend Pa Kir 24 Ind 

tel. 



Fish, Asa (Lena M.) 6 ch cement work 
O H&L Ic Rl Binghamton Bin 45. 

Fish, C. D. farmer O 30a 5c R2 Sus- 
quehanna Pa Win 98. 

Fish, David W. (Imogene L.) 4 ch ma- 
cliinist T R2 Union Mai 20. 

Fish, Guy N. (May) 4 ch farmer & 
agent for Ford & Overland cars O 
68a 2h 7c R2 Susquehanna Pa Win 89 
Ind tel. 

Fish, Julius C. (Alice) 1 ch farmer O 
oOOa 3h Corbettsville Conk 42 B tel. 

Fisher, A. P. (Sarah A.) farmer O 
431/2^ Ih 2c Rl Great Bend Pa Win 
17. 

Fisher, Edwin J. (Minnie) 4 ch shoe 
cutter T Ih Rl Kirkwood Kir 14 Ind 
tel. 

Fisher, John bds with Edwin J. Rl Kirk- 
wood Kir 14 Ind tel. 

Fisher, Mrs. Mary W. music teacher 
Nineveh Col 90. 

Fiske, Archie B. (Lizzie M.) 3 ch wks 
in I T R T Vestal Ves 23. 

Fitch, Adelbert (Martha) farmer O 35a 
2h 5c Whitney Point Tri 11.' 

Flahaven, Michael (Grace) 1 ch farmer 
O 69a 2h 15c Rl Lisle Lis 46. 

Fleming, Carrie Rl Windsor vWia 117. 

Fleming, Wm. (son Carrie) farmer O 
59y2a 2h 5c Rl Windsor Win 117. 

Fletcher, B. (Luzena) 6 ch farmer O 
77%a 2h 9c Rl Windsor Win 106. 

Fletcher, Evekett C. (Bertha R.) 2 ch 
dairy farmer O 180a 3h 40c Rl Wind- 
sor Snfd 29 Ind tel. 




Time. 



85 



BROOME COUNTY 



Fletcher, James (Ella) 1 ch farmer 15a 

2h 3c Rl Union Un 17. 
Fletcher, John M. farm hand bds with 

M. L. McClnre Settlement Snfd 27 Ind 

tel. 
Fletcher, Maurice L. (Alice H.) dairy 

farming O 170a 6h 34e McClure Set- 
tlement Snfd 27 Ind tel. 
Fletcher, Thomas H. (Tessie) farmer 

bds with B. Windsor Win 106. 
Fling, Gkokge R5 Bingliamton. 
Flint, A. E. laborer O H&L East Wind- 
sor Win. 
Flint, Bennie (son David) farmer 2h Rl 

Great Bend Pa Win 48. 
Flint, David A. (Martha) 5 ch farmer 

110a 2h 10c Rl Great Bend Pa Win 

48. 
Flint, Frankie (son David A.) laborer 

El Great Bend Pa Win 48. 
Flint, Leroy (Mattie) farmer O 100a 

2h 7c E5 Binghamton Mai 81 B tel. 
Foley, James (Melvina) 4 ch head 

farmer at State Hospital O 20a Ic R3 

Binghamton Kii' 8 Ind tel. 
Foley, Mary (dau Michael) teacher Rl 

Kirkwood Kir 41. 
Foley, Michael (Mary) 1 eh farmer 

12"0a 5h 30c El Kirkwooa Kir 41. 
Foley, Robert E. (son Michael) El Kirk- 
wood Kir 41. 
Folka, Fred (Jennie) 2 ch farmer O 75a 

2h 16c Whitney Point Nan 16. 
Fonds, William (Ida) farmer O 21i5a 

5h 30c El Conklin Conk 14 B tel. 
Foot, Elmer farmer O 2h 14c Castle 

Creek Bar 10. 
Foote, M. J. (Olive E.) farmer O 24a 

4h 5c Clienango Bridge Chen 41 B 

tel. 
Forbes, Eoy (Fannie) 1 ch iron worker 

bds with Draper Ostrom El Kirkwood 

Kir 12 Ind tel. 
Forker, Charles farmer El Vestal Ves 

55. 
Forker, G. L. (Emma I.) 4 ch farming 

O 30a 3h 5c Willow Point Ves 53 B 

tel. 
Forker, William 1 ch farming T El Ves- 
tal Ves 55. 
Forshee, Jessie (Caroline) 3 ch fftrmer 

T 2h 27c Whitney Point Nan 16 Ind 

tel. 
Forshee, Sherman (Grace) 2 ch laborer 

O H&L Ic Lisle Lis 46. 
Forsyth, Herbert (Mary) farmer 150a 

3h 27c Ouaquaga Col 94. 
Forsyth, Homer (Gertrude) 2 eh farmer 

O 280a 4h 35c E2 Windsor Win 77 

Ind tel. 



Forsyth, John S. (Marcia E.) 1 ch 

farmer O 60a 3h 12c E2 HarpursvOle 

Col 31 Ind tel. 
Forsythe, J. M. farmer O 87a 2h 15c E2 

Ilarpursville Col 49. 
Fort)ier, Emily B. bds with Archie Lee 

El Windsor Snfd 14 Ind tel. 
FOSGATE, A. E. (Edna) 3 ch farmer O 

75a 2h 5c Nanticoke Nan 14. 
Fosgate, Henry A. farm laborer bds 

with D. H. Arnold El Whitney Point 

Tri 36 Ind tel. 
Foster, Mrs. C. L. Willow Point. 
Foster, Earl (Clara) gardener at State 

Hospital E3 Binghamton Kir 9 Ind 

tel. 
Foster, Fitch B. (Jennie B.) 1 ch stock 

dealer O H&L Ih Chenango Forks Bar 

56 B tel. 
Foster, George (Norma) 1 ch shoe 

worker O 50a 2h 5c El Vestal Ves 58. 
Foster, Mrs. Harriett T Gardner Ave 

Center Village Col 91. 
Foster, Marion E. matron T Port Dickin- 
son Fen 10. 
Foster, R. D. (Cora) 3 ch farmer O 

180a 3h 14c E4 Marathon Lis 25 Ind 

tel. 
Foster, Wallace El Chenango Forks. 
Fowler, Arthur (Clare) 1 ch farmer 

T 3h 18c El Harpursville Col 63 Ind 

tel. 
Fowler, A. L. laborer O 30a Rl Nineveh 

Col 1011/2. 
Fowler, Bertha (dau Frank) East Wiijid- 

sor Win 100. 
Fowler, Chas. El Harpursville. 
Fowler, Frank 5 ch farmer T 2h 18e 

East Windsor Win 100. 
Fowler, George (Eda) merchant O 167a 

6h 40c R2 Johnson City'Un B tel. 
Fox, Elmer (Ida) 1 eh wk^ in shoe shop 

O H&L Vestal Ves 21. 
Fox, James A. (Clara) 2 ch farmer O 

70a 2h 7c E5 Binghamton Chen 24 B 

tel. 
Fox, John farmer O 75a 2h 10c E4 Bing- 
hamton Chen 42. 
Fox, John C. (Ethel) 2 ch farmer O 

35a 3h lie E5 Binghamton Chen 23. 
Fox, Martin (Edith) 2 eh farmer O 

145a 6h 28c E2 Chenango Forks Tri 

53 Ind tel. 
Fralich, Mrs. Minnie E3 Greene Tri 60. 
Fralick, Will farmer O 10a Ih Ic E3 

Greene Tri 60. 
Frame, Harry E. (Edna 0.) 2 ch farmer 

T Ih El Tunnel Col 16. 
Francis, Edward (Ella) 1 ch telegraph 

ojjerator O H&L Kirkwood Kir 20. 



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Frank, Arthur Ward bds with Mrs. Ellen 

Deposit Snfd 44. 
Frank, Charles P. (Esther) 1 ch farmer 
. 8a Ic Glen Aubrey Nan 30. 
Frank, Charles W. (Ada) 5 eh farmer 

O 400a 6h 80c Gulf Summit Snfd 19. 
Frank, Mrs. Ellen A. O 400a 6h 80c 

Deposit Snfd 44 Ind tel. 
Frank, Edward J. (Cora) 3 ch farmer 

O 185a 3h 40c Deposit Snfd 43 Ind 

tel. 
Frank, Lydia farmer T Port Crane Fen 

12. 
FranKj N. N. (Pearl) 2 ch farmer O 

235a 4h 71c Deposit Snfd 55 B & 

Ind tels. 
Frank, Sumner bds with Ellen Deposit 

Snfd 44. 
Franklin, Ben (Kittie A.) 1 ch salesman 
• O H&L Ih Port Crane Fen 19. 
Franklin, Ertell (Alice) 1 ch farmer 

O 200a 5h 47c Itaska Bar 33 B tel. 
Franklin, Leonard S. laborer T Port 

Crane Fen 19. 
Frantz, a. F. (Louise) farmer O 3Sa 

2h 16e Rl Kirkwood Kir 13. 
Fratzer, Arnold (Louise) 2 ch farmer 

O 150a 4h 30c R2 Berkshire Lis 12. 
Frear, Clayton (Marv) 4 eh farmer O 

50a 3h 8c Rl Vestal Yes 81. 
Frear, John farmer O 80a El Yestal Yes 

81 Ind tel. 
Frearson, Herbert (Eliza) 1 ch ret 

110a RD Great Bend Pa Win 47. 
Frearson, John J. T 2h 8e Rl Great 

Bend Pa Win 47. 
Fredenburg, C. H. (Eva) 5 ch farmer 

T 5h 44c Upper Lisle Tri 17. 
Freeland, Edwin (Catherine) 1 ch farmer 

O 60a 2h 12c Rl Conklin Conk 33 B 

tel. 
Freelove, Mrs. Mary E. 3 ch washer 

woman O H&L Lisle Lis 46. 
Freeman, Mrs. Ai O H&L Lisle Lis 41. 
Freeman, Bird farmer O 107a 2h 16c 

R3 Newark Yalley Mai 1 B tel. 
Freeman, Burton W. farmer 55a Ih 

10c McQure Settlement Snfd 46i4. 
Freeman, Enos J. (Phila E.) blacksmith 

O 3a Ic Rl Windsor Snfd 14. 
Freeman, Jessie M. McClure Settlement 

Snfd 461/0. 
Freeman, La Yern gardener T R2 John- 
son City Un 46. 
Freeman. Tavern farmer O 13a 2h 100 

sheep R2 Johnson City Un 45 B tel. 
Freese. Robert (Catherine) gardener O 

H&L le Castle Creek Chen 28. 
French, Clement S. (Chloe A.) clay 

worker O H&L Castle Creek Chen 28. 
French. Elias (Dora) farmer T 2h 8c 

Rl Windsor Win 119 Ind tel. 



French, Harry (Fannie) cashier in bank 

O H&L Lisle Lis 45. 
French, H. N. (Eleanor) assessor O 6a 

Ih 15c North Sanford Snfd 59 Ind 

tel. 
French, James E. (Emma M.) farmer 

O 75a 2h 8c R3 Binghamton Col 7 

B tel. 
French, Mary O H&L Lisle Lis 45. 
French, Townsend (Cora) farmer O 109a 

3h 13c Rl Binghamton 33. 
Frier, Mrs. Adelia"^2 ch O %a R4 Bing- 
hamton Fen 10 B tel. 
Frier, Fred F. dairy T 2h R4 Bingham- 
ton Fen 10 B tel. 
Frier, Ralph L. dairy T R4 Bingham- 
ton Fen 10 B tel. 
Frink, Chas. A. (Jennie J.) 1 eh farmer 

115a 2h 8c Whitney Point Bar 5. 
Frisinger, John farm hand bds with Geo. 

R. Opel McClure Settlement Snfd 26. 
Fritts, Betsy M. T Deposit Snfd 25. 
Fritz, Miriam (Nettie) laborer T Killa- 

wog Lis 37. 
Frost, Adellon (Hazel) 1 ch farmer T 

140a 2h 17c R2_ Susquehanna Pa Win 

98 Ind tel. 
Frost, Eleiron G. (Ella) 2 ch farmer O 

42a 2h 6c Rl Jolmson City Mai 51 B 

tel. 
Frost, Howard W. (Ada) farmer O 96a 

2h 23c El Kirkwood Win 5 Ind tel. 
Frost, Ward L. (Lola) 1 ch farmer O 

1331/^a 3h 23c El Great Bend Pa Win 

39 Ind tel. 
Frost, William E. (Clara) 3 ch chicken 

dealer O 42a 2h 6e Rl Johnson City 

Mai 51 B tel. See adv. 
Frrgnole. Auglo farmer O 112a 3h 16c 

R2 Johnson City Un 29 B tel. 
Frudd, Charles drives stage bds with 

Harry Lawrence Yestal Center Yes 62. 
Frudd, Landon farmer bds with Harry 

Lawrence Yestal Center Yes 62. 
Fry, Charles A. (Minnie) 5 ch laborer 

T Upper Lisle Tri 4. 
Fuller, A. A. Nantieoke. 
Flt^ler, Charles E. farmer O l^/^a Rl 

Conklin Conk 39. 
Fuller, C. O. (Edna) 1 ch farmer O 

300a 4h 32c R3 Greene Tri 42 In.l tel. 
Fuller, Edgar D. (Lena) 1 ch farmer T 

5h 20c Rl Nineveh Col 114 Ind tel. 
Fuller, George 3 ch farmer 138a 3h 

12c Nantieoke Nan 12. 
Fuller, George R. (Mary J.) ret O H&L 

Main St Center Yillage Col 91. 
Fuller, G. L. (Yirgie) farmer S8a 

3h 10c El Wliitnev Point Bar 34 B 

tel. 



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BROOME COUNTY 



Fuller, Henry M. (Mattie A.) truck 

gardener O 7a 2h 3c E4 Biughamtoii 

Chen 30 B tel. 
Fuller, Horace C. (Mary) merchant 

H&L Nanticoke Nan 11 Ind tel. 
Fuller, Irwin O. (Helen) 2 ch farmer O 

60a 2h 10c Glen Castle Chen 28 B tel. 
Fuller, James I. (Lena) 2 ch O Union 

Center Un 12. 
Fuller, Leroy J. (Martha M.) 9 ch 

farmer O 132a 3h 14c Rl Port Crane 

Fen 17 B tel. 
Fuller, Orlo B. (Fanny L.) ret R3 

Greene Tri 42 Ind tel. 
Fuller, Mrs. Susan M. T Rl Port Crane 

Fen 17. 
Fuller, Mrs. V. K. Rl Whitney Point 
Fuller, Wm. D. (Jennie) 6 ch farmer O 

H&L Nanticoke Nan 7 Ind tel. 
Fullmer, Charles (Emma) farmer O 

128a 4h .5c R2 Union Mai 16 B tel. 
Fulmer, Fred E. farmer T 3h 22c R2 

Richford Lis 26. 
Fulmer, Fredrick bds R2 Richford Lis 

26 Ind tel. 
Fulmer, Homer (Martha) 1 ch farmer 

T 3h 35c Rl Lisle Lis 46 Ind tel. 
Furgerson, Mrs. M. dressmaker O H&L 

Kirkwood Kir 20. 
Furgeson, Clayton (Clara) 1 ch farmer 

T Rl Nineveh Col 117. 
Furman, Chas. 1 ch farmer O 56a 3h 7c 

R2 Windsor Win 31 Ind tel. 
Furman. H. Seymour (Eunice) farmer 

O 135a 0h 16c Rl Great Bend Pa 

Win 65 Ind tel. 
Furman, Lewis (Nancy) 3 ch farmer O 

89a 4h 13c R2 Harpursville Col 80. 
Furman, M. D. farmer R5 Binghamton 

Chen 7. 
Furman, Will (Stella) farmer O 40a 

2h lie R2 Windsor Win 31. 
Gapfney, Geo. D. R4 Binghamton. 
Gaffney, Julie Gulf Summit Win 136. 
Gaffney, Wm. farmer & milk dealer O 

470a 5h 48c Gulf Summit Win 136 Ind 

tel. 
Gage, Bennie R. (Lucinda) 6 ch farmer 

O 100a 2h 7e R2 Binghamton Bin 8 

Ind tel. 
Gage, Caleb S. (Eliza)- farmer O 98i/^a 

3h 4e R2 Binghamton Bin 19 Ind tel. 
Gage, Mrs. Dorinda O 40a R2 Chenango 

Forks Tri 51 Ind tel. 
Gage, Fred 1 ch carpenter T Conklin 

Conk 39. 
Gage, Herbert M. (Mary) 1 ch farmer 

O 240a 2h 32c R2 Binghamton Bin 

20 Ind tel. 
Gage, Lewis (Cornelia) farmer O 73a 

Ih 5c R2 Binghamton Bin 13 Ind tel. 



Gage, Miner (Minnie) farmer O 2a 2h 

12c R2 Union Un 4 B tel. 
Gage, Will E. (Minnie) carpenter bds 

with Townsend French Rl Binghamton 

Bin 33. 
Gage, Mrs. William R2 Binghamton Bin 

8 Ind tel. 
Gahagan, Thomas (Rose) 9 ch farmer 

O 160a 5h 24c R2 Binghamton Bin 15 

Ind tel. 
Gaige, Mrs. Hattie M. 2 ch farmer O 

11a Ih 2c R2 Binghamton Bin 20 Ind 

tel. I 

Gailit, John 3 cli farmer 50a 4h 8c R5 

Binghamton Clien 8 B tel. 
Gale, Charlie (Zoda S.) 1 ch farmer 

65a 2h lie Rl Chenango Forks Fen 

B tel. 
Gale, George W. (Bertha Irene). 2 ch 

shoemaker T Ih R2 Binghamton Bin 3. 
Gale, Levi laborer T Chenango Bridge 

Chen 40. 
Gale, Mrs. Viola M. bds with George 

W. R2 Binghamton Bin 3. 
Gales, Mrs. G. N. Maine. 
Galpin, M. E. (Emma) farmer O 5a 

Ic Castle Creek Chen 25. 
Ganoav, George J. (Jane M.) 3 ch phy- 
sician O Port Dickinson Dick B tel. 
Gano^v, John W. farmer O 140a 3h 

Sanitaria Springs Col 3. 
Ganow. Mrs. Nellie 1* Sanitaria Springs 

Col 3. 
Ganowng, Jonas S. (Julia) farmer O 40a 

Ih 5c Rl Port Crane Fen 26. 
Ganowng, Reuben R. (Cora L.) 2 ch 

farmer O 50a 2h 8c Rl Port Crane 

Fen 24. 
Ganowng, William E. (Emma) 3 ch 

farmer O 28a 2h 4c Rl Port Crane 

Fen 26 B tel. 
Gardinier, Alex (Hattie) 1 ch farmer 

O 80a 2h 8c R2 Windsor Win 82. 
Gardinier, Jacob A. (Rosa C.) 1 ch 

dairy farming O 160a 4h 17c Deposit 

Snfd 53 Ind" tel. 
Gardinier, John A. (son J. A.) farm 

hand O 70a 2h Deposit Snfd 53 Ind 

tel. 
Gardinier, Ruth E. (dau Alex) R2 Wind- 
sor Win 82. 
Gardinier, Wm. M. farmer 100a 2h 

Oqimga Lake Snfd 49 Ind tel. 
Gardner, Arthur (Nina) 1 ch farmer O 

95a 2h 12c R2 Susquehanna Pa Win 

90 Ind tel. 
Gardner, Mrs. A. M. Nineveh. 
Gardner, D. S. proprietor of hotel Che- 
nango Forks. 
Gardner, Elmer (Euphrasia) 3 eh farmer 

O 101a 3h 12c R2 Vestal Ves 35 Ind 

tel. 



RURAL DIRECTORY 



Gardner, Frank bds with Dana Tall Rl 

Windsor Win 116. 
Gardner, George O. (Ella) 1 ch farmer 

O 483a 5h-40e R2 Afton Snfd 63 Ind 

tel. 
Gardner, J. D. (Florence S.) farmer O 

259a 31i 30c Rl Vestal Ves 75 Ind tel. 
Gardner, Leslie farmer bds R2 Susque- 
hanna Pa Win 90. ^ 
Gardner, Loiza bds with Geo. O. R2 

Afton Snfd 63. 
Gardner, Lyman farmer O 70a bds with 

Ray Landon care of Friendsville Stage 

Binghamton Ves 76 Ind tel. 
Gardner, Rolin stonemason bds with 

Dana Tall Rl Windsor Win 116. 
Gardner, Wm. W. (Lavina B.) 9 ch 

dairy farmer O 200a 3h 15c Hale 

Eddy Snfd 50. 
Gardnier, Albert J. (Jeannette) 3 eh 

farmer 159a 3h 20c Rl Windsor 

Win II61/2. 
Gardnier, Lynn (son Albert J.) Rl 

Windsor Win 1161^. 
Gardnier, W. Irving (son Albt. J.) Rl 

Windsor Win 1161/^. 
Garlick, M. E. (Alice) farmer O 3a Ih 

3c Sanford Snfd 42 Ind tel. 
Garlow, Wm. (Bessie) dairy farming T 

2h 15c Hale Eddy Snfd 50 Ind tel. 
Garrett, Mrs. Fannie bds R2 Windsor 

Win 78. 
Garrett, Frank (De Etta) 4 ch farmer 

O 63a 4h 13c 31 sheep R2 Windsor 

Win 78. 
Garrigan, John J. (Lodie E.) 8 ch dairy 

farming O 110a 2h 20c Oquaga Lake 

Snfd 49. 
Garson, James gate tender on D L & W 

T Vestal Ves 22. 
Gates, Elizabeth (wid William) 2 ch 

Johnson City Ves 92. 
Gates, Franklin (son Elizabeth) farm- 
ing O 87a 5h 15c RD Johnson City 

Ves 92 B tel. 
Gates, Fredrick H. (Gladys) wks for E 

Johnson Co T Ih Maine Mai 9 B tel. 
Gates, G. N. (Raeliel) 4 ch farmer O 

42a 2h 4c Rl Lisle Nan 9. 
Gates, Jane 10a Rl East Windsor Win 

103. 
Gates, Seth (Josie) 4 ch farmer O 140a 

2h 15c R3 Greene Tri 47. 
Gates, Walter P. (Alice W.) farming 

O 2a Johnson City Ves 92 B tel. 



Gathany, Wallace A. (Minnie) 5 ch 

brick mason O H&L Port Dickinson 

Dick B tel. 
Gaydosh, Stephen (Annie) farmer O 

100a 2h R3 Binghamton Kir 48. 
Gaylord, Alvie farmer O 47a 2h Che- 
nango Forks Bar 31%. 
Gaylord, Charles (Ella) 2 ch farmer O 
, 161a 3h 23c Whitney Point Bar 12 

B tel. ■ 
Gaylord, Clias. B. (Anna) 4 ch farmer 

T 2h Ic Castle Creek Bar 24. 
Gaylord, Fred (Edith) 3 ch farmer 

O 110a 2h lie Castle Creek Bar 27 

B tel. 
Gaylord, Mrs. Minor C. 4 ch farming 

6 145a 9h 12c Star Route Castle Creek 

Chen 28 B tel. 
Geber, Jacob (Mary) 7 ch farmer O 

290a 5h 47c Rl Lisle Lis 29 Ind tel. 
Gee, Mrs. Ella T Kirkwood Kir 20 Ind 

tel. 
Gee, Gladys (dau Ella) stenographer 

Kirkwood Kir 20 Ind tel. 
Gee, Louella (dau Ella) clerk Kirkwood 

Kir 20 Ind tel. 
Geiger, John (Anna) 2 ch farmer 194a 

3h 16e Rl Great Bend Pa Kir 23. 
Gelatt, George W. (Kezia L.) 1 ch 

farmer O 76a 2h 13e Oquaga Lake 

Snfd 52 B tel. 
Gelatt, Vernon W. Glen Castle. 
Gelatt, W. Burnham (Gertrude) 3 ch 

farmer O 100a 2h 5c Glen Castle 

Chen 281/2 B tel. 
George, Austin M. (Kate C.) truck 

gardener 40a 3h Ic R3 Binghamton 

Kir 8 B tel. 
George, Hannah bds with Austin M. R3 

Binghamton Kir 8 B tel. 
George, Henry C. (Pearl) 1 ch truck 

gardener bds with Austin M. R3 Bing- 
hamton Kir 8 B tel. 
Gerber, W. H. (Laura) machinist bds 

with W. Knowlton Kirkwood Kir 20. 
Gernsey, Wilber farmer O 96a 4h 8c R2 

Windsor Win 29 Ind tel. 
Gibbons, Lucy housekeeper for M. F. 

Gibbons R2 Binghamton Bin 3. 
Gibbons, M. F. farmer O 40a 3h 3c R2 

Binghamton Bin 3. 
Gibbs, Frank (Veda) laborer T R5 John- 
son City Un 56. 
Gibbs, G. L. (Clara) farmer O 100a 31i 

13c Vestal Center Ves 76 Ind tel. 



Carpets, Rugs, Linoleums, Matting and Oil Cloth 

Hills, McLean & Haskins, 



Large assortments at 
economical prices 



Binghamton 

N. Y. 



89 



REOOME COUNTY 



Gibbs, Leon (Julia) 2 ch chauffeur T Rl 

Vestal Ves 23. 
Gibbs, W. H. (Emma) farmer O Ilia 

Ih 4e Vestal Center Ves 45. 
Giblin, John farmer O 80a 2h 12c R2 

Binghamton Bin 35. 
Giblin, Mrs. Julia O 2i4a Ih T?2 Bing- 
hamton Bin 19 Ind tel. 
Giblin, Mrs. E. F. R2 Binghamton. 
Gibney, Anna nurse bds with E. W. 

Downton El Kirkwood Kir 11 B tel. 
Gibson, John (Nellie) farmer T 2h 15c 

Nanticoke Nan 6. 
Gilbert, Armede boarding house Center 

Lisle Lis 45. 
Gilbert, Clarence (Eva) laborer O H&L 

111 Center Lisle Lis .'55 B tel. 
Gilbert, Earl (Esther) 1 ch laborer O 

H&L Center Lisle Lis 45. 
Gilbert, Marion (Lillie) laborer O H&L 

2h Lisle Lis 46. 
Gill, Leroy O. (Edith) 3 ch lumber fore- 
man T 2h 2c El Windsor Snfd 12 Ind 

tel. 
GiLLEN, Charles laborer T Ic El Conk- 

lin Conk 14 Ind tel. 
Gillesi^ie, "L. W. (Henriette) taxi livery 

& sells motor trucks O 5a El Kirk- 
wood Kir 22. 
Gillett. C. S. (Alice) 2 ch farmer T 3h 

E2 Harpursville Col 73. 
Gillett, G. W. farmer O 156a 3h Har- 
pursville Col 73. 
Gillett, Homer (Maggie) 1 ch farmer 

T 3h 20o E4 Binghamton Chen 52. 
Gillett, Mrs. Ida farmer O 50a Ih 15c 

El Great Bend Pa Win 59 Ind tel. 
GiLLis, J. A. ED Whitney Point. 
Gilmore, Martin (Charity) 2 ch farmer 

T 2h 4c E3 Binghamton ,Col 37. 
GiRNDT, Mrs. Paulina 2 ch farmer O 

50a 3h Ic Rl Vestal Ves 54. 
Gleason, Marvin (Josephine) farmer O 

76a Ih 2c R2 Binghamton Bin 6. 
Gleason, Maude (dau Marvin) E2 Bing- 
hamton Bin 4. 
Glenn, William farmer T El Port Crane 

Fen IS. 
Glezen, Clifford (Lydia) 1 ch farmer T 

2h 16e E4 Marathon Lis 23 Ind tel. 
Glezen, Edith Lisle. / 

Glezen, Frank (Jennie) farmer H&L 

Ih Lisle Lis 44 Ind tel. 
Glezen, Frank farmer O 109a 21i l2c E2 

Eichford Lis 22 Ind tel. 
Glezen, Homer (Susan) 1 eh farmer O 

300a 6h 50c E2 Eichford Lis 20 Ind 

tel. 
Glezen, Jesse (Cora) farmer O 100a 31i 

25c Center Lisle Lis 20. 
Glezen, Joseph (Hazel) 2 eh farmer T 

3h 30c El Lisle Lis 42 Ind tel. 



Glezen, J. E. fJMattie) laborer O 2a 2h 

Ic Center Lisle Lis 19 B tel. 
Glezen, Orriii (Florence) 3 ch farmer 

178a 4h 42c El Lisle Lis 32 Ind tel. 
Glezen, Wm. G. (Mary L.) 2 ch farmer 

O 300a 3h 45c El Lisle Lis 46 Ind 

tel. 
Glover, George (Cory) laborer Whitney 

Point Tri 5 Ind t^l. 
Glover, Harvey (Ina) farmer O 60a 3h 

5c Whitney Point Tri 5 Ind tel. 
Glo\'er, Henry laborer T Lisle Lis 45. 
Glover, John (Eunice) 3 ch farmer O 

114a 3.h 10c Upper Lisle Tri 4. 
Glover, Eay (Grace) merchant O H&IJ 

Lisle Lis 44 Ind, tel. 
Goble, Carrie care of Herbert Williams 

Great Bend Pa Win 65. 
Goetcheus, C. (Alice) 1 ch stock buyer 

O H&L Ih Upper Lisle Tri 19. 
Goetcheus, Linn (son C.) Upper Lisle 

Tri 19. 
GOFF, Geo. S. (Georgianna) 2 ch engi- 
neer O H&L Sanitaria Springs Col 90 

Ind tel. I 

GoiNS, Elwood E. (Nellie C.) 3 ch 

farmer T Ih Ic Ouaquaga Col 4. 
Golan, Mrs. Eunice 1 ch farmer O 200a 

4h 30c Rl Binghamton Bin 47 B tel. 
Golan, Mrs. Kathrine farming O 200a 

5h 33c E2 Binghamton Bin 20 Ind 

tel. 
Golan, William J. (Jane) 3 ch farmer 

O 5h 35c El Conklin Conk 12 B tel. 
Golan, W. A. (son Katherine) farmer 

E2 Binghamton Bin 20 Ind tel. 
Golden, C. M. (Maybelle) 1 ch farmer 

O 28a 7h 28c Willow Point Ves 89 B 

tel. 
Golden, Eay (dau C. M.) farmer Willow 

Point Ves 89. 
GoODiacH, Charles B. (Jennie) farmer 

O 116a 4h 12c El Union Un 5. 
Goodrich, Geo. (Leeta) laborer D H E R 

Co T Port Crane Fen 18. 
Gordon, Carrie F. bds with T. P. San- 
ford Snfd 91/2. 
Gordon, T. P. farmer 92a 2h 9c 

Sanford Snfd 91/2. 
Gorman, Edavard (son John E.) farmer 

O 135a Rl Kirkwood Kir 30 Ind tel. 
Gorman, Eugene (son John E.) farmer 

Rl Kirkwood Kir 30 Ind tel. 
Gorman, John (son John E.) farmer Rl 

Kirkwood Kir 30 Ind tel. 
Gorman, John E. (Mary) 2 ch farmer 

O 185a 5h 40c Rl Kirkwood Kir 30 

Ind tel. 
Goss, Henry T. (son J.) ret R2 Bing- 
hamton Bin 23. 
Goss, Jackson P. (son J.) steam fitter 

R2 Binghamton Bin 23. 



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Goss, J. (Hannah Mary) carpenter O 

la R2 Binghamton Bin 23. 
Gould, Edward (Grace) 4 ch wks in 

I T R T Ih Vestal Ves 23. 
Gould, Mrs. Etta 2 ch T Harpursville 

Col 74. 
Gowan, Mrs. Annie 1 ch housekeeper for 

E. L. Upper Lisle Tri 4. 
Gowan, E. L. farmer T 4h 39c Upper 

Lisle Tri 4. 
Gowan, Irene (dau Anna) Upper Lisle 

Tri 4. 
GowER, Andrew R2 Union. 
Grace, James farmer O lOOa 2h 9c Rl 

Kirkwood Win 23. 
Grace, Katherine C. 165a 2h 15e 

Rl Kirkwood Kir 31 Ind tel. 
Grace, Margaret (dau Jam'es) Rl Kirk- 
wood Win 23. 
Grace, Morgan (Alice) 2 ch farmer T 

2h 10c Rl Kirkwood Kir 38. 
Grace, Mrs. Sarah bds with John E. 

Gorman Rl Kirkwood Kir 30 Ind tel. 
Graf, George (Fredika) 2 ch dye shop 

O 2a R2 Johnson City Un 46 B tel. 
Gragery, Grace bds with J. Deposit Snfd 

31. 
Gragery, Hayes bds with J. Deposit Snfd 

31. 
Gragery, J. (Mary) 1 ch farmer O 404a 

3h 74c Deposit Snfd 31 Ind tel. 
Gragery, Winnie bds with J. Deposit 

Snfd 31. 
Graham, Henry R. (May) 1 ch wks at 

Endieott Johnson shoe factory O lOa 

Ih Rl Johnson City Un 48. 
Graham, Leonard (Alma) farmer O 166a 

2h 5c R3 Newark Valley Mai 31. 
Graham, Russell (son Henry R.) Rl 

Johnson City Un 48. 
Gratzinger, Gustave (Caroline) 8 ch 

farmer O 217a 6h 55c Rl Conklin Conk 

14 B tel. 
Graves, Fred (Anna) 2 ch- farmer T 

2h 10c R2 Harpursville Col 76 Ind tel. 
Graves, Nellie hair dresser bds with 

Lyman West Whitney Point Tri 5 Ind 

tel. 



Gray, Adoniram (Mariannette) 1 ch 

farmer O 35a 3h 8e Maine Mai 28 B 

tel. 
Gray, George farmer O 25a 8c E2 Sus- 
quehanna Pa Win 88. 
Gray, H. A. (O. A.) farmer 242a 3h 

20c Castle Creek Bar 9. 
Gray, Jesse R. (Phebe) farmer O 35a 

3h R2 Johnson City Un 45 B tel. 
Gray, Lloyd Chenango Forks. 
Gray, Lyn (Veria) wks for International 

Time Recording Co H&L Hooper 

Un 31 B tel. 
Gray, Schuyler E. (Gertrude) wks in 

E J shoe factory O H&L R2 Johnson 

City Un 461/2. 
Gray, Virgil farmer R2 Susquehanna Pa 

Win 87 Ind tel. 
Gray, Welcome (Lizzie) 2 ch farmer O 

140a 3h 30c R2 Susquehanna Pa Win 

87 Ind tel. 
Gray, Wesley farmer O 8a Castle Creek 

Chen 26. 
Gray, Wjll (Jennie) 4 ch farmer O 

100a 6h 7c Chenango Forks Bar 30. 
Greaves, George H. (Susie B.) 1 ch 

farm manager T 15h 85c Whitney 

Point Tri 9 B tel. 
Green, B. J. (Rena) 2 ch farmer 2a 

7h 4c Maine Mai 26 B tel. 
Green, Charles L. (Mary) farmer 

10a 4h 14c R2 Johnson City Un 46 

B tel. 
Green, Clem H. (Stella) 5 ch farmer 

T 3h 27c Glen Aubrey Mai 52 B tel. 
Green, E. L. (Ella E.) 1 ch shingle & 

cider mill O %a Ic Vestal Center Ves 
- 67. 

Green, Jno. H. R5 Binghamton. 
Green, Richard (Ada) 1 ch highway 

supt 38a Maine Mai 26 B tel. 
Green, R. J. (Ada) 1 ch hotelkeej^er O 

H&L Ih Ic Upper Lisle Tri 4 Ind tel. 
Green, Mrs. Sarah A. O 99a 2c Rl Whit- 
ney Point Tri 14. 
Green, Mrs. Sarah Belle 3 ch -farming 

O 143a R5 Binghamton Chen 211/2 B 

tel. 




BROOME COUNTY 



Greene, J. A. farmer O 150a 2h Ic Main 

St Chenango Forks Bar 56. 
Greene, Stephen (Jennie) ret O H&L 

Kirkwood Kir 20. 
Greene, Theodore (Anna) 3 ch farmer 

O 110a 2h lOe Whitney Point Bar 26. 
Greenman, Alice M. (dan of William E.) 

teacher R2 Chenango Forks Tri 51 Ind 

tel. 
Greenman, Charles (Addie) farmer O 

86a 2h 9c Rl Nineveh Snfd 37. 
Greenman, Frank D. (Meliand E.) 2 ch 

farmer T Ih 7c Ouaquaga Col 80. 
Greenman, George bds Rl Nineveh Snfd 

37. 
Greenman, William E. (Ettie) farmer 

95a 3h 15c R2 Chenango Forks Tri 

51 Ind tel. 
Gregory, Charles F. (Mary) 2 ch 

farmer O 77a 2h 5c Maine Mai 27 

B tel. 
Gregory, Earl R. (Lura B.) 3 ch general 

mdse & dairy farmer O 300a 6h 50c 

Oquaga Lake Snfd Ind tel. ■ 
Gregory, Frank E. (Mabel) farmer O 

4%a Ih R4 Binghamton Feit 10 B tel. 
Gregory, George 2 ch bds with P. C. 

Winans O 100a McClure Settlement 

Snfd 29 Ind tel. 
Gregory, James W. student bds with 

Eliza A. Croft McClure Settlement 

Snfd 27. 
Grenell, Gerome (Grace) 1 eh farmer 

O 95a 3h 15e R2 Berkshire Lis 15 Ind 

tel. 
Griff en. Burton B. (Sallie) farmer O 

25a 111 3c R6 Susquehanna Pa Win 

111. 
Griffen, I) avid H. (Esther) farmer O 

53a Ih 8c Rl Windsor Win 106. 
Griffin, A. B. (Georgiana) 2 ch farmer 

O 170a 3h 37c R6 Susquehanna Pa 

Win 107. 
Griffin, Cliarles Z. (Ella E.) ret O H&L 

Castle Creek Clien 28. 
Griffin, Cornell (Esther) ret O H«S;L Ic 

R2 Vestal Ves 48. 
Griffin, Elizabeth (dau Emma) Killawog 

Lis 37. 
Griffin, Emma O H&L Killawog Lis 37. 
Griffin. Lewis (Caddy) 4 eh farm hand 

Rl Binghamton Bin 25. 
Griffith, P. C. (Flora) machinist 16a 

3h 3c Rl Binghamton Bin 45 B tel. 
Griggs, Emily R2 Windsor Win 82. 
Griggs, Martin C. (Minnie L.) 1 ch 

farmer 66a 2h 4c R2 Harpursville 

Col 40. 
Grippin, Ernest L. farmer T Rl Tunnel 

Col 33 Ind tel. 
Grippin, Harry (son Nathan) laborer 

R2 Vestal Ves 30 Ind tel. 



Grippin, Harvey M. (Minnie) 2 ch 

farmer O 137a 2h 9c Rl Tunnel Col 

33 Ind tel. 
Grippin, Nathan (Josephine) farmer O 

250a 5h 5c R2 Vestal Ves 30 Ind tel. 
Griswold, Charles bds with. John H. 

Holmes Deposit Snfd 57. 
Gross, Charles C. (Rose) 1 ch farmer 

T 9h 24e Rl Binghamton Bin 42 B 

tel. 
Gross, Mrs. Cora farmer O 441/2 9c R2 

Chenango Forks Bar 41 B tel. 
Gross, Dwight G. (son Chas. C.) farmer 

Ih Rl Binghamton Bin 42 B tel. 
Gross, Howard (Ethel) 3 ch farmer O 

221a 4h 24c Itaska Bar 42 Ind tel. 
Gross, Melvin (Mabel) 4 ch farmer O 

113a 4h 13c R2 Chenango Forks Bar 

48. 
Grove, Mrs. Olive poultry H&L Center 

ViUage Col 91. 
Grover, Harmon (Violet) 3 ch machinist 

T Rl Union Un 5 Ind tel. 
Grover, Heniy J, (Lucie A.) carpenter 

O 20a Ih Ic R2 Union Mai 19 B tel. 
Grover, John (Jessie M.) farmer T 

2h 9c R2 Union Un 10 B tel. 
Grover, ; Susie teacher T Port Crane 

Fen 8. 
Grube, Irving (Carrie) 1 ch farmer T 

R3 Binghamton Fen 11. 
Grubham, C. E. (Leah E.) farmer O 

20a 2h 9c Rl Kirkwood Kir 11. 
Guager, Dick (Ida) farmer O 60a 2h 2c 

Sanford Snfd 30 1/3. 
Guernsey, Charles H. (Nellie; 3 ch 

farmer O 92a 2h 6c R3 Binghamton 

Fen 11. 
Guernsey, Charles (Nellie) 3 eh farmer 

O 92a 2h 6c R3 Binghamton Kir 1. 
Guernsey, Charles H. (Mabel M.) 2 ch 

farmer O 202a 5h lie Rl Great Bend 

Pa Win 68 Ind tel. 
Guernsey, Henry M. (Ellen L.) 1 eh 

farmer O 100a 3h 9c Rl Port Crane 

Col 3 B tel. 
Guernsey, James F. (Lena B.) 7 ch 

farmer O 147a 4h 16c Rl Port Crane 

Fen 18. 
Guernsey, T. C. (Alma) farmer 179a 

;ih 14c Rl Great Bend Pa Win 68 Ind 

tel. 
Guiles, Charles farmer T 4h 20c R2 

A^estal Ves 27. 
Guiles, Herbert (Emma) farmer 93a 

3h 8c R2 Vestal Ves 20. 
Guiles, Irvin L. (son Clias.) (Lodusky) 

farmer R2 Vestal Ves 27. 
Guiles, Merritt (son Chas.) farmer R2 

Vestal Ves 27. 
Gunglach, Philip farmer O 120a 3h lie 

Rl Vestal Ves 59 Ind tel. 



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G-unglacli, Susie (dau Philip) teacher Rl 
Vestal Ves 59 Ind tel. 

Gunnell, Miss Georgie A. O II&L Port 
Crane Pen 8. 

Gunnell, Rufus P. 3 ch farmer T Ih Port 
Crane Fen 8. 

Guptill, C. S. (Nettie) 1 ch farmer O 
103a 2h 6c R4 Marathon Lis 25. 

Gurney, C. A. (Flora M.) 2 eh produce 
T Ih R4 Binorhamton Chen 41 B tel. 

Gurney, Fred W. (Mattie E.) farmer 
138a Ih 4c Vestal Center Ves 76. 

Gurnsey, Ai miller O H&L Lisle Lis 45. 

Gurnsey, E. W. (Helen) 1 ch farmer R2 
Windsor Win 29 Ind tel. 

Gurnsey, Henry farmer O 9Sa 2h 10c 
Rl Great Bend Pa Win 45. 

Gurnsey, H. L. 1 ch farmer O 90a 5h 12c 
R2 Harpursville Col 39. 

Gurnsey, Rennie (Vinnie) 3 ch laborer 
O H&L Lisle Lis 45. 

Guthrie, Smith ret bds with William 
Vestal Ves 21. 

Guthrie, William (Sarah) laborer T 
Vestal Ves 21. 

Guy, Mrs. Sarah C. T Railroad St Clie- 
nango Forks Clien. 

Hackertt, Geo. farmer O 8a 2h R4 Bing- 
hamton Chen 48. 

Hackett, Earl (Etta) O 75a R4 Susque- 
hanna Pa Win 52. 

Hackett, Earl M. (Etta) farmer T 3h 
50e R2 Susquehanna Pa Win 85 Ind 
tel. 

Hackett, Jerome W. (Margaret) carpen- 
ter & blacksmith bds with Lyman Cor- 
nell Rl Conklin Bin 43 B tel. 

Hadley, Charles (Ida) 5 ch farmer O 
58a 2h 7c R2 Binghamton Bin 12. 

Hadsell, Jerome B. (Jennie) Dr. Kilner 
of Binghamton Press O 21a 2h 3c R4 
Binghamton Fen 10. 

Haggerty, Hannah Rl Kirkwood Kir 
30 Ind tel. 

Haggerty, Thomas farmer O 200a 3h 
20c Rl Kirkwood Kir 30 Ind tel. 

Hahn, Lawrence (Margaret) 6 ch la- 
borer & farmer O 25a Ih Ic Rl Whit- 
ney Point Tri 40. 

Haight, George N. (Minnie) 3 ch farmer 
T 2h 8c RD Whitney Point Bar 25. 

Haight, Leon D. Itaska. 

Haight, Louis H. (Hattie) farmer 90a 
3h 9e Rl Vestal Ves 62 Ind tel. 

Haight, L. D. (Bertha) 1 ch farmer O 
200a 5h 50e Itaska Bar 20 B tel. 

Haight, Warren E. farmer T Rl Port 
Crane Fen 19. 

Hait, Chas. E. RD Binghamton Kir 11. 

Hakes, David (Maud) 3 ch farmer O 
152a 3h 19e Rl Harpursville Col 53 
Ind teL 



Hakes, R. W. (Sophia D.) 1 ch farmer 

O 40a 2h 6c Rl Tunnel Col 16. 
Hakes, Mrs. Sophia D. T Tunnel Col 

16. 
Haley, John (Kate) 5 ch stenographer 

O H&L Rl Bino-hamton Bin 47. 
Hall, Alfred T. R2 Windsor. 
Hall, Augustus (Maria) 2 ch farmer O 

123a 3h 12c R4 Binghamton Chen 52 

B tel. 
Hall, Chas. (Ida) hay dealer O 125a 

9h Ic Clienango Forks Chen 53 B tel. 
Hall, Charles (Flora M.) 2 ch black- 
smith %ci McClure Settlement Snfd 

26 B tel. 
Hall, Clark (Hannah) farmer O 15a 3c 

R3 Windsor Snfd 17. 
Hall, Mrs. C. F. Rl Windsor. 
Hall, Dave (Bertha) carpenter T Ic Cas- 
tle Creek Chen 24. 
Hall, Estes (Emma) farmer O 75a 3h 9c 

R2 Richford Lis 6 Ind tel. 
Hall, Eugene (Augusta) farmer 114a 

2h 25c Lisle Lis 41. 
Hall, Geo. H. (Grace) laborer O H&L 

Ih Castle Creek Clien 28. 
Hall, Harley (Nora) 1 ch farmer T 4h 

18c R3 Greene Tri 60 Ind tel. 
Hall, Helen housekeeper for Lee Taylor 

Vestal Ves 23. 
Hall, Henry bds with Albt. Cumber R3 

Greene Tri 58. 
Hall, Humphrey D. (Clara E.) 1 ch 

farming O 75a 2h 10c McClure Settle- 
ment Snfd 26 B tel. 
Haxl, H. B. farmer O 106a 4h 13e R2 

Windsor Win 82. 
Hall, Jerell (Ada A.) postmaster O 50a 

Ih 2c Clienango Bridge Qien 40 Ind 

tel. 
Hall, Jerome carjjenter H&L Whitney 

Point Bar 16. 
Hall, Jerome (Agnes) farmer 43a Ih 

5c R2 Windsor Win 74. 
Hall, Lena (niece Clias. E. Humiston) 

student R3 Binghamton Kir 1 B tel. 
Hall, Mrs. Melvina bds- with Wesley 

Carlin Rl Binghamton Conk 1. 
Hall, Merton (Carrie) 2 ch laborer T 

R 2 Berkshire Lis 19. 
Hall, Myron (Emma) 1 ch farmer O 97a 

2h 5c R2 Windsor Win 75 Ind tel. 
Hall, Nathan S. signal man T Clienango 

Forks Clien 53. 
Hall, Robert (Lucy M.) farmer O 110a 

3h lOe Anoka Bar 7. 
Hall, Walter student, bds with C. F. 

Pullis R2 Vestal Ves 30. 
Hallenbeck, Frank hauls milk for Bor- 

dons T Rl Whitney Point Tri 36. 
Hallett, Jay (Clara) farmer 57a 2h 

Be R2 Harpursville Col 92. 



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Hallock, A. • J. farmer 190a 3h 30c 

East Windsor Col 122. 
HaUpck, C. L. (Cora) 1 ch general store 

O H&L Main St Center Village Col 
"95 Ind tel. 
Halpin, Andrew (Ellen) 1 ch farmer O 

90a 2h 9c Rl Choconut Pa Ves 42. 
Halpin, Francis teamster T 2h Vestal 

Center Ves 66. 
Halpin, Harry (Nellie) 3 ch laborer T 

Willow Point Ves 93. 
Hamill, Bernard laborer bds with Wm. 

R. Christie Rl Kirkwood Kir 11 B 

tel. 
Hamilton, Animandy housekeeper for 

Floyd H. Redd Upper Lisle Tri 18. 
Hamilton, Bert (Annie) 3 ch farmer O 

130a 5h 19c R4 Marathon Lis 24 lud 

tel. 
Hamilton, Enos (Bertha) 3 ch farm 

hand T Whitney Point Tri 8. 
Hamilton, Frank M. (son S.) shoe- 
worker R2 Binghamton Bin 13 Ind 

tel. 
Hamilton, Fred A. (Cora) 5 ch farmer 

T Ih 10c R4 Binghamton Fen 10 B 

tel. 
Hamilton, S. (Jane) farmer O 75a 3h 

16c R2 Binghamton Bin 13 Ind tel. 
Hamlin, CIjARENce H. (Ada L.) 1 ch 

farmer O 176a 3h 40c R2 Afton Snfd 

63 Ind tel. 
Hamlin, George A. (Belle) 3 ch farmer 

O 72y2a 3h 24c Deposit Snfd 55 Ind 

tel. 
Hance, John S. (Antoinette) farmer T 

4h 5c Rl Conklin Conk 32 Ind tel. 
Hancock, Edward S. (Eiola F.) 1 ch 

groceryman O 3a Rl Port Crane Fen 

18 B tel. 
Hand, Albert farmer T Whitney Point 

Nan 29 Ind tel. 
Hand, Ed (Lena) 1 ch farmer O 68a 

3h R5 Binghamton Chen 4 B tel. 
Hand, Mrs. Osborn farmer O 9%a Ih 

Ic Castle Creek Chen 26. 
Handte, John' (Sophie) 4 ch laborer 

8a Ic Vestal Ves 23. 
Handy, Wm. (Emma) 4 ch farmer O 34a 

3h 4c R4 Binghamton Clien 43 Ind 

tel. 
Hanes, Mrs. Adelaide O H&L Chenango 

Forks Bar 54. 
Hanlin, A. L. (Emeliiie) 1 ch farmer 

O 193% a 4h 56c Sanford Snfd 41 Ind 

tel. 
Hanrahan, James P. ret Gulf Summit 

Snfd 201/2. 
Hanrahan, John E. (Leila E.) 7 ch tele- 
grapher O Via 2c Gulf Summit Snfd. 
Hanrahan, Mary J. Q 1^4 a 2c Gulf Sum- 
mit Snfd 20V2. ' 



Hanrahan, Mame (dau Mary J.) Gulf 

Summit Snfd 201/2. 
Hanrahan, William section hand Gulf 

Summit Snfd 20i/o. 
Hanson, Iniee Rl Windsor Win 105. 
Hanson, John B. (Hilda S.) 2 ch farmer 

O 50a 2h 9c Port Crane Fen 12. 
Hard, Mrs. Anna 1 ch farmer O 30a 

Rl Great Bend Pa Win 46 B tel. 
Harder, James (Hattie) 4 ch electrician 

O 25a Ih Rl Vestal Ves 52 Ind tel. 
Harder, Mrs. Katherine D. O H&L R5 

Binghamton J)ick 1 B tel. 
Harder, Walter (Anna) 1 ch electrician 

T Rl Vestal Ves 52 Ind tel. 
Harding, F. M. (Laura) 3 ch coal dealer 

5a 2h Ic Chenango Bridge Clien 39 
B tel. 

Harding, Mrs. Julia H&L Vestal Ves 
21. 

Hardy, Fred (Amy) 5 ch farmer T 2h 
9c Rl Johnson City Mai 64 B tel. 

Hardy, John farmer O 80a 3h 6c Rl 
Johnson City Mai 64 B^ tel. 

Hare, Edward (Ethel) 2 ch carpenter 
T Harpursville Col 90. 

Hare, Richard (Pearl) 2 ch farmer O 
26a 2h 6c Rl Nineveh Snfd 6. 

Hare, William (Jennie) teamster T Har- 
pursville Col 90. 

Harkins, J. W. Rl Nineveh. 

Harpur, Fred farmer O 100a oh 15c Cen- 
ter Village Col 121. 

Harpur, Mrs. Julia W. T Harpursville 
Col 90. 

Harrington, Frank R, (Lena R.) 2 ch 
farmer T 4h 18c R2 Vestal Ves 21. 

Harrington, Henry (son Henry D.) 
(Estella) 2 ch farmer R2 Vestal Ves 

1 Ind tel. 

Harrington, Henry D. (Emeline) farmer 
O 450a 7h 30e R2 Vestal Ves 1 Ind 
tel. 

Harrington, Mrs. Mary Emma 1 ch 
farmer O 10a Ih 3c R2 Vestal Ves 21 
Ind tel. 

Harrington, Samuel M. (Rose) 1 ch 
wks for E J shoe factory O H&L Rl 
Johnson City Un 50. 

Harrington, Seymour (Belle) 3 ch wks 
at I T R T ih Vestal Ves 21. 

Harrington, Mrs. Theodosia farming O 
80a 3h 10c Rl Harpursville Col 53. 

Harris, Bert (Margaret L.) T 2h Rl 
Chenango Forks Fen 34 B tel. 

Harris, Burton C. (Mary) farmer O 
97a 4h 19c Maine Mai 34. 

Harris, Dwight Port Dickinson. 

Harris, H. D. (Susie R.) ret O 4a Ves- 
tal Ves 22 B tel. 

Harris, Rainford E. (Hanna) 1 ch la- 
borer T Conklin Conk 41. 



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EUE*AL DIRECTORY 



Harris, Thomas ret bds with Edward 

Logan care of FrieiidsviUe Stage Ves- 
tal Center Ves 69 lud tel. 
Harris, Will B. (Ida May) 1 eh farmer 

O 90a oh 2c Tunnel Fen 43 Ind tel. 
Harris, W. H. (Sarah) farmer O 9a R4 

Binghamton Chen 41. 
Harrison, Mrs. Dora housekeeper for 

Charley Mitchell Whitney Point Tri 

26. 
Harrison, Mrs. Elizabeth (dau Eugene 

Monk) 1 ch Triangle. 
Harrison, William farmer O 110a 3h 15c 

Rl Whitney Point Tri 31. 
Harrison, Woodruff J. (Clarissa) 3 ch 

farmer O 161a 3h 35c R3 Greene Tri 

44 Ind tel. 
Harriss, James farm hand bds with 

Henry E. Manville Rl Kirkwood Kir 

16. 
Harsiiaw, John R, farmer O 82a 2h 

10c Rl Chenango Forks Fen 33. 
Hart, John A. farm hand bds with 

Eugene Strong Whitney Point Tri 28 

Ind tel. 
Hart, Lyman (Norah) 6 ch farmer O 

145a 7h 23c Rl Whitney Point Tri 27. 
Hartwell, Archie (Minnie) 5 ch farmer 

T 2h 23c Nanticoke Nan 8. 
Hartwell, Benjamin (Lavira) farmer O 

276a 4h 22c Nineveh Col 102 Ind tel. 
Hartwell, Datus (Jennie) 3 ch farmer 

T 4h 22c Nineveh Col 102 Ind tel. 
Hartwell, Frank (Mary Ann) 2 ch 

farm laborer T Oquaga Lake Snfd. 
Hartz, E. (Maggie) 4 ch general mer- 
chant O 255a H&L 2h 32c East Wind- 
sor Win 122 Ind tel. 
Hartz, P. H. (Minnie) 3 ch farmer O 

282y3a 4h 44c East Windsor Win 

1221/2 Ind tel. 
Harvey, Fred (Jennie) Y ch farmer T 

6h 25c R4 Bingliamton Clien 43. 
Harvey, James B. (Edith) 1 ch farmer 

O 130a 2h 23e Rl Whitney Point Tri 

21 Ind tel. 
Harvey, Mark A. Nanticoke. 
Harvey, Mike (Dena) 1 ch farmer T 

Nanticoke Nan 7. 
Haskell, Benjamin (Jessie) farmer T 

Ih 3c Rl Port Crane Fen 19. 



Haskell, B. H. (Carrie L.) 4 ch farmer 

T 2h 3c Rl Binghamton Bin 31. 
Haskell, Edward William (grandson 

Wm. J.) farm hand Rl Binghamton 

Bin 31. 
Haskell, Floyd farmer T Rl Port Crane 

Fen 19. 
Haskell, Harvey A. farmer 6h lie Rl 

Port Crane Fen 19. 
Haskell, J. E. (Lena) 4 ch farmer O 

77a 4h 17c R4 Binghamton Chen 44. 
Haskell, Lillie May (granddau Wm. J.) 

student Rl Binghamton Bin 31. 
Haskell, Samuel A. (Jessie M.) 5 eh 

farmer O 5a 2h 2c Rl Port Crane 

Fen 19 B tel. 
Haskell, William J. ( Catherine ) 

farmer O 60a 2h 9e Rl Binghamton 

Bin 31. 
Haskins, Frank (Leila) 4 ch farmer O 

64a 2h 10c R2 Johnson City Mai 39 

B tel. 
Haskins, Mrs. James O H&L R2 Rich- 
ford Lis 20. 
Hastings, George (Nora) 5 ch farmer 

O 170a 6h 25e Rl Kirkwood Kir 38 

Ind tel. 
Hastings, Mrs. Margaret 1 ch T R3 

Binghamton Col 7. 
Hatch, Edward (Lena) assistant farmer 

at State Hospital Binghamton Kir 10 

Ind tel. 
Hatch, Edward C. (Elizabeth) 3 cli 

teamster T 2h Rl Chenango Forks 

Fen 33. 
Hatch, Enos P. farmer T Rl Clienango 

Forks Fen 27. 
Hatch, Fred W. (Lanah) 3 ch farmer 

T 5h ISc R4 Marathon Lis 26. 
Hatch, Julius (Alice) 2 ch farmer O 

76a 2h 14c Rl Chenango Forks Fen 

27 B tel. 
Hatch, Mrs. Lena attendant at State 

Hospital RD Binghamton Kir 10 Ind 

tel. 
Hatch, M. C. farmer 130a 2h 12c R4 

Binghamton Clien 31. 
Hatch, Oliver W. (Florence E.) farmer 

O 109a 2h lie Rl Gienango Forks 

Fen 34 B tel. 
Hatfield, Mrs. Estella farming O Ilia 

Ih 8c Clienango Forks Bar 31%. 



Hardman 
Shoninger - 
Harrington 
Brinkerhoff 



P('' Barretts") 
lANOS 



WEEKS and 

DICKINSON 

7^-77 Collier Street 

Binghamton, N. Y. 



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BROOME COUl^TY 



Hatfield, James (stepson Frank 'Wood) 

supt of State Eoad Vestal Center Ves 

69. 
Hatfield, Lester (Kate) 1 ch farmer O 

58a 2h 8c Chenango Forks Bar 30. 
Hatfield, Eobert farmer O 173a 46c Rl 

Chenango Forks Fen 28. 
Hathaway, H. E. (Elouise) horse dealer 

O H&L lOh 3c Maine Mai 26 B tel. 
Haus, Archer (Annie) 2 ch wks in shoe 

factory T Vestal Ves 21. 
Havens, Elisha (Nellie) gate tender T 

Lisle Lis 45. 
Haver, E. S. (Julia) farmer O 186a 

4h 40c Killawog Lis 42 B tel. 
Hawkes, Ray (Pearl) 2 ch farmer O 

181a 3h lie* Castle Creek Chen 28. 
Hawkins, Casper farmer T Rl Tunnel 

Fen 43. 
Hawkins, Charles (Ernestine) farmer T 

Ih 2c R4 Binghamton Chen 43. 
Hawkins, C. C. Vestal. 
Hawkins, C. E. (Lottie) carpenter O 

50a Ih 2c R4 Susquehanna Pa Win 

52 Ind tel. 
Hawkins, Earl farm hand bds with 

Charles Burrows R2 Vestal Ves 1 Ind 

tel. 
Hawkins, Mrs. Elizabeth T Port Crane 

Fen 19. 
Hawkins, Elmer laborer T Itaska Bar 

22. 
Hawkins, Frank farmer O 19a Ih Ic 

R3 Binghamton Kir 8 B tel. 
Hawkins, Fred (Esther) farmer T Che- 
nango Forks Bar 29. 
Hawkins, Hiram (Rosella) 1 ch farmer 

T 3h 14c Rl Tunnel Fen 43. 
Hawkins, H. J. bds with A. R. Howe 

Rl Nineveh Snfd 7.: 
Hawkins, J. W. (Ella) farmer O 85a 

2h 13c Rl Nineveh Col 113 Ind tel. 
Hawkins, Mrs. Lorena J. farmer O 20a 

R2 Susquehanna Pa Win 54 Ind tel. 
Hawkins, Mildred B. bds with A. R. 

Howe Rl Nineveh Snfd 7. 
Hawkins, Ray laborer T Itaska Bar 22 

Ind tel. 
Hawkins, Mrs. Thomas O 30a R2 Sus- 
quehanna Pa Win 95. 
Hawkins, Wilber O RD Windsor Win 

85 Ind tel. 
Hawkins, William R. (Adah L.) 2 ch 

farmer O 137a 2h 20c Rl Nineveh 
. Snfd 6 Ind tel. 
Ham^ley, Mrs. A. F. Nanticoke. 
Hawley, Bessie O H&L R4 Marathon 

Lis 39. 
Hawley, Ina (Bessie) 1 ch laborer T 

Killawog Lis 42. 



Haxton, Abram (Elizabeth) farmer 

90a 6c R2 Susquehanna Pa Win 95 

Ind tel. 
Hay an, Geo. (Sadie) 1 ch laborer O 2a 

R2 Windsor Win 28. 
Hayes, Blaine (Alie) 1 eh farmer O 100a 

3h 14c El Tvmnel Col 20. 
Hayes, C. H. (Myra) 3 ch farmer O 

154a 3h 37c Star Route Whitney Point 

Bar 26 B tel. 
Hayes, Frank J. farmer O 120a 2h 8c 

Harpursville Col 74 Ind tel. 
Hayes, Jerry (Jennie) 6 ch farmer O 

150a 3h 17c El Tunnel Col 23. 
Hayes, John (Sophia) 1 ch farmer O 

117a 2h 6c El Johnson City Mai 71 

B tel. 
Hayes, Robert M. (Estelle) general 

merchandise T Conklin Conk 39 B & 

Ind tels. See adv. 
Hayes, Seymour R. general merchandise 
> Conklin. See adv. 
Haynes, Arthur (Dora) 1 ch bds with 

J. S. Marvin RD Deposit Snfd 44. 
Haynes, Edwin M. (Sarah) 1 ch farmer 

O 90a 2h 7c Center Village Col 95 Ind 

tel. 
Haynes, G. Warren (Ella) ret E2 Sus- 
quehanna Pa Win 97 Ind tel. 
Haynes, Mrs. Jeannette farmer O 80a lli 

2c El Nineveh Col 11. 
Haynes, Lafayette (Harriett) 2 ch 

farmer 53a 2h 6c Center Village 

Col 95 Ind tel. 
Haynes, William O. (Grace) farming O 

80a 2h 6c E2 Susquehanna Pa Win 

97 Ind tel. 
Hays, Charley (son Frank) shoe cutter 

El Kirkwood Kir 13 Ind tel. 
Hays, Frank P. (Jennie) 2 eh farmer 

O 120a 2h lie El Kirkwood Kir 13 

Ind tel. 
Hays, John B. (Elizabeth) farmer 

50a 2h 3e Kirkwood Kir 22. 
Hays, Katherine (dau Matthew) teacher 

E3 Binghamton Kir 54. 
Hays, Mary M. (dau Matthew) teacher 

E3 Binghamton Kir 54. 
Hays, Matthew (Maggie J.) 2 ch farmer 

O 300a 4h 20e E3 Binghamton Kir 

54. 
Hays, Seymour E. (son E. M.) salesman 

Conklin Conk 39 B & Ind tels. 
Hazard, John (Ella Mae) farmer O 

100a 2h 10c El Great Bend Pa Win 

46 Ind tel. 
Hazelton, Herbert M. musician bds with 

Eobert Bell El Great Bend Pa Win 

41. 
Heart, Eay (Elizabeth) 1 ch teamster T 

Sanford Snfd 59. 



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RURAL DIRECTORY 



Heath, Delmont (Mary) 8 ch farmer O 

157a 4h 18c R4 Binghamton Chen 52. 
Heath, Earl L. 3 ch farmer T 4h 54c 

R2 Afton Snfd 68 Ind tel. ' 
Heath, Mrs. Elizabeth T Ouaquaga Col 

80. 
Heath, Geo. (Emma) 3 ch farmer T 5h 

35c East Windsor Win 102. 
Heath, Guy M. (Grace L.) 2 ch farmer 

T 2h 5c El Port Crane Fen 36. 
Heath, Harry (Lenora) farmer O 100a 

3h 19c R2 Afton Snfd 68 Ind tel. 
Heath, Harvey B. (Jessie O.) 1 ch 

district superintendent of schools first 

district' O 82a 2h 15c Ouaquaga Col 

84 Ind tel. 
Heath, Jesse (Pearl) 1 ch farmer T 

4h 46c Rl Chenango Forks Fen 28 

B tel. 
Heath, John A. (Susan B.) farmer O 

125a Ih lie R2 Windsor Col 3. 
Heath, June (May) 2 ch farmer T 4h 

31c R2 Chenango Forks Bar 41 B tel. 
Heath, Leon E. (Gladys A.) creamery 

man T Rl Clienango Forks Fen 34 B 

tel. 
Heath, Oren (Anna) lumberman T 2h 

Rl Windsor Win 117 Ind tel. 



Heath, Mrs. Polly T Castle Creek Chen 

28. 
Heath, Ward (Mary) 4t ch farmer & 

hmiberman O 200a 3h 13c R2 Windsor 

Win 83. 
Heath, W. N. (Nettie E.) farmer O 

110a Ih 3c R2 Windsor Win 77 Ind 

tel. 
Heaton, Robert H. (Anna E.) carpenter 

O 7a Ih Ic Rl Port Crane Fen 18. 
Hebard, Marry laborer bds with Lewis 

Johnson R2 Binghamton Ves 79. 
Heim, Mrs. Hattie tailoress O la Kirk- 

woo'cl Kir 22. 
Hemenway, John L. (Margaret D.) la- 
borer O la Gulf Summit Snfd 20. 
Hempstead, Charles W. (grandson G. S. 

Williams) machinist Gulf Summit 

Snfd 201^ Ind tel. 
Hempstead, G. Alex, station agent Gulf 

Summit Snfd 201/2 Ind tel. 
Hempstead, Mrs. L. E. Gulf Summit 

Snfd 201/2 Ind tel. 
Hendershot, Wm. L. (Luella) 2 ch 

farmer T 4h 46e R2 Windsor Win 82 

Ind tel. 
Hendrick, Alfred laborer O H&L le 

Chenango Forks Bar 56. 




Feeding the Turks. 
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BROOME COUNTY 



Ilendrick, Charles laborer O H&L Clie- 

naiigo Forks Bar 32. 
Hendricks, Aq|Kon (Lavinia) 2 ch farmer 
O 100a 4h IBc ED Whitney Point Nan 
30 Ind tel. 
Hendrickson, A. H. (Alma) farmer T 

Ih 25e East Windsor Col 123. 
Hendrickson, Lindley farm hand R2 

Harpursville Col 78. 
Hendrickson, Mrs. L. E. farming 33a 

2c Rl Nineveh Col lieVa. 
Hennigan, Michael, farmer T 2h Rl 

Kirkwood Win 24. 
Hennigan, Morris (Ellen) ret O 106a 

Ih 18e Rl Kirkwood Win 24. 
Herbert, Thnrston K. (Velma) 1 ch 

farmer O 143a 3h 14c Qienango Forks 

Bar 55. 
Hermen, Gladys T Rl Port Crane Fen 8. 
Herrick, Henry farmer O 3a Ih Rl Nin- 
eveh Snfd 6. 
Herrick, Margaret bds vpith Henry Rl 

Nineveh Snfd 6. 
Herring, Wm. farmer O 200a 4h 20c 

RD Whitney Point Nan 25. 
Herzig, Julius (Josephine) herdsmaai 

at State Hospital O 29a Ih 8e Rl 

Kirkwood Kir 11. 
Herzog, Lucia 4 ch farmer O 60a Ic R2 

Binghamton Bin 17. 
Hess, C. I. (Nettie) 5 ch carpenter O 

2% a Ih Ic Rl Binghamton Bin 47 B 

tel. 
HEVi'iTT, Clarence (Alida) farmer O 

140a 4h 24c 13 sheep RD Windsor Win 

66. 
Hewitt, Mary A. W. (dan Clarence) RD 

Windsor Win 66. 
Hibbard, D. H. (Mary) 2 ch carpenter 

T Willow Point Ves 53. 
Hibbard, Frank (Delia) 1 ch farmer O 

105a 3h 21c Rl Lisle Lis 44 B tel. 
Hibbard, S. D. (Carrie) 3 ch farmer 

O 155a 6h 35c R4 Binghamton Dick 4 

B tel. 
Hibler, Ada bds with Matthew Higgins 

R3 Binghamton Kir 9 B tel. 
Hibler, Mrs. Mary R3 Binghamton Kir 

9 B tel. 
Hickox, Delos farmer T Ih 2c Rl Har- 

pursviHe Col 70 Ind tel. 
Hickox, W. D. (Ada) farmer O 96a 4h 

28c Rl Harpursville Col 70 Ind tel. 
Hicks, E. W. (Olive) farmer O 101a 3h 

17c R3 Binghamton Kir 44 Ind tel. 
Hicks, George (Sarah) farmer 118a 

3h 20c Rl Couklin Conk 16 B tel. 
Hicks, Harriett (dau E. W.) R3 Bing- 
hamton Kir 44 Ind tel. 
Hicks, Samuel (son E. W.) R3 Bing- 
hamton Kir 44 Ind tel. 



Hicox, M. G. (Dollie) 1 ch farmer O 50a 

3h 24c Rl Harpursville Col 74 Ind tel. 
Ilictclicock, Merton (Pearl) 1 ch farmer 

T Chenango Bridge Fen 9. 
Higbec, Jesse E. (Esther) farmer O 

114a 3h 16c R2 Johnson City Un 39 

B tel. 
Higgins, C. L. (Flora) farmer 100a 

2h 10c Center Village Col 96. 
Higgins, Earl J. (Fannie) creamery T 

Maine Mai 26 B tel. 
Higgins, Matthew (Lillian) 1 ch painter 

T 2h 4c R3 Bingliamton Kir 9 B tel. 
Hill, Austin W. (Hattie E.) farming 

O 160a 5h 13c Rl Windsor Snfd 12 

Ind tel. 
Hill, A. W. farming 2h Rl Windsor Win 

130. 
Hill, Claude (Flossie) 1 ch farming 

O 55a 3h 9c Rl Windsor Snfd 12. 
Hill, Cora H. matron T Port Dickinson 

Fen 10. 
Hill, C. M. R2 Binghamton. 
Hill, Emma L. farmer O 284a Rl Wind- 
sor Win 130. 
Hill, George (Belle) blacksmith O H&L 

Vestal Ves 23. 
Hill, Harrison (Bernice) 1 ch farmer O 

5a Hooper Un 32. 
Hill, John (Daisy) 1 ch farmer O 150a 

3h 8c R2 Vestal Ves 47. 
Hill, J. B. (Mary A.) poultry & fruit 

farming, O 70a Ih 6c Rl Vestal Ves 

91 B tel. 
Hill, J. M. (Bessie) 2 ch farmer T Ih 

8c Rl Whitney Point Tri 33 Ind tel. 
Hill, Lwellyn (Minnie D.) farmer O 

123y2a 3h 2c Rl Whitney Point Bar 

36 B tel. 
Hill, Lyman (Martha) mason Rl Whit- 
ney Point Bar 36. 
Hill, Mrs. Martlia bds Rl Whitney Point 

Tri 33 Ind tel. 
Hill, Morris (Lida) earjienter O 7a 

Hooper Un 32. 
Hill, Ray P. (Lucy) farmer O 130a 4h 

30c Whitney Point Bar 25. . 
Hill, Rebecca bds with Emma S. Rl 

Windsor Win 130. 
Hill, Samuel C. (Hazel) 1 ch farmer O 

75a 4h 13c Rl Choconut Pa Ves 40 
Ind tel. 
Hill, S. W. (Nellie M.) farmer O 180a 

3h 30c Rl Windsor Win I301/2 B tel. 
Hillis, Claude (Edith) 3 eh farmer O 

65a 3h 5c Rl Choconut Pa Ves 40. 
HiLLis, Earl (Minnie) 2 ch laborer O 
H&L bds with James C. Byrqn 31i .'ic 
Vestal Center Ves 76 Ind tel. 
HiUsinger, Claud (Rose) 2 ch mechanic 
T Killawog Lis 37. 



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EURAL DIRECTOEY 



Hillsiuger, Mrs. Edwin D. 1 ch O H&L 

Killawog Lis 37. 
Hillygus, W. B. E4 Binghamton Chen 

16. 
Hilsinger, Putnam mechanic O Hc&L 

Killawog Lis 37. 
Hilt, T. E. (Addie) miller O H&L Ih 

Killawog Lis 37 Ind tol. 
Hilton, Eay (Elizabeth) 1 ch O 2a Ih 

E2 Vestal Ves 19 Ind tel. 
Hinchmaii, Floyd bds with C. E. Worden 

B2 Susquehanna Pa Win 99. 
Hinds, Cliarles B. 1 ch farmer O 46a Ih 

E4 Binghamton Fen 10 B tel. 
Hinman, P. K. ret O H&L Nineveh Col 

90. 
Hinman, William J. (Grace) 2 ch school 

teacher T Conklin Conk 39. 
Hitt, Edgar (Nellie) 2 ch laborer 3h 

8c R2 Eichford Lis 8 Ind tel. 
Hitt, Scott (Ella) farmer O 70a 2h 16c 

E4 Marathon Lis 37. 
HoADLEY, Alvin E2 Susquehanna Pa 

Win 84. 
HoADLEY. Daniel W. (Delphine) farmer 

O 96a 2h 10c E2 Windsor Win 29 Ind 

tel. 
Hoadley, Emma (dan Wm.) R2 Susque- 
hanna Pa Win 84. 
Hoadley, George (Mary) 4 ch farmer & 

lumberer T 4h le El Kirkwood Kir 

17. 
Hoadley, Helkn A. El Great Bend Pa 

Win 44. 
HOiVDLEY, Jay E. (Viola) 2 ch farmer 

O 117a 2h 10c E2 Windsor Win 32 
■ Ind tel. 
Hoadley, Julian E2 Windsor. 
Hoadley, Mrs. Martha housekeeper for 

Frank Langdon El Kirkwood Kir 15 

Ind tel. 
Hoadley. Ray J. farmer El Great Bend 

Pa Win 44. 
Hoadley, William 6 ch farmer 20a 

2h 2c E2 Susquehanna Pa Win 84. 
Hoadley, W. H. gen mdsc Chenango 

Forks Bar. 
Hoag, Cliarles (Lillie) 8 ch farmer O 

3h 20c Whitney Point Bar 13. 
Hoag, Clyde (Eflfa) 1 ch laborer T Main 

St Chenango Forks Bar 56. 
Hoag, J. H. (Julia) 1 ch farmer O 100a 

2h 13c E3 Binghamton Kir 54. 
Hoag. Lafayette (Mary) 1 ch farmer 

T 4h 15c E4 Binghamton Feii 10 B 

tel. 
Hoag, Norman (Mildred) teamster T 

Chenango Forks Che 33. 
Hoag, 0. farmer O 118a 4h 13c Che- 
nango Forks Bar 30. 



Hoag, Ralph S. (Theo E.) hotel & livery 

T 3h Sanitaria Springs Col 4 B tel. 
Hoag, S. F. (Edith) 2 ch farmer O 340a 

3h 40c ED Windsor Win 103 Ind tel. 
Hoag, Walter (Eva) 2 ch farmer T El 

Tunnel Col 23. 
Hoag, William (Cora) 5 eh farmer T 

2h 20c Chenango Forks Bar 57. 
Hoag, William A. (Percie) 1 ch farmer 

O 34a 2h 9c El Conklin Conk 35 B tel. 
Hoaghlin, Clarence (Emma) 1 ch farmer 

T 2h 18c Killawog Lis 40 Ind tel. 
Hoaglin, Mrs. Eosetta farmer O 10a 21i 

Ic Lisle Lis 41 Ind tel. 
Hoard, Bell 1 ch farming O 6a Ih 3c 

Lisle Lis 43. 
Hoard, Luther farmer 215a Lisle Lis 

21. 
HOBBS, Albert D. (Ida) farmer O 25a 

Ic El Chenango Forks Fen 28. 
HoBBs, Clarence E. (Alice B.) farmer 

& carpenter O 40a Ih Ic E2 Windsor 

Win 711/^. 
Hobbs, 0. H. (Florence T.) insurance 

& real estate O H&L Ih Nineveh Col 

90 B tel. 
Hobbs, Eugene M. (Juliette) 1 ch 

farmer O 85a 2h 3c E2 Windsor Col 

81. 
Hobbs. Geo. H. (Bessie) farmer O la 

Ih El Chenango Forks Fen 28 B tel. 
Hobbs, George W. (Margaret S.) in- 
surance & real estate H&L Nineveh 

Col 90 B tel. 
Hobbs, Harley H. farmer T El Che- 
nango Forks Fen 28. 
Hodge, Earl (Lottie) (son Hial) farmer 

E3 Greene Tri 60. f 
Hodge, Fred (Nora) 1 ch farmer T 4li 

24c E3 Greene Tri 44. 
Hodge, Hial (MaT-y) farmer T 2h 14e 

E3 Greene Tri 60. 
Hodges, Mrs. Caroline care of H. A. 

Eobie El Whitney Point Tri 14 Ind 

tel. 
Hodges, Floyd (Vera) 1 ch farmer O 

165a 4h 6c El Lisle Lis 31 Ind tel. 
Hodges, Loken (Lena) 3 ch merchant 

O 60a 5h Sc Glen Aubrey Nan 30 Ind 

tel. 
Hodley, Julian (Mary) farmer O 86a 

2h be E2 Windsor Win 27 Ind tel. 
Hoeflfner, Adam (Carrie W.) 4 ch farmer 

O 197a 2h 29c El Port Crane Fen 36 

Ind tel. 
Hoeflfner, Henrietta M. teacher T El 

Port Crane Fen 36 Ind tel. 
Hoeffner, Willie E. farmer T Ih Rl Port 

Crane Fen 36 Ind tel. 



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Hoffer, Jacob (i''rances) 6 ch farmer O 

13a Ih 2c E2 Johnson City Un 45 B 

tel. 
Hoffman, G. M. (Rose) lumberman T 

Ih Ic R2 Vestal Ves 21. 
Hoffman, Lewis Corbettsville. 
Hogaboom, Ralph S. (Edna M.) 1 ch 

dairy farmer O 85 2h lie Gulf Sum- 
mit Snfd 20. 
Hogan, Helena (dau Michael E.) teacher 

R2 Binghamton Ves 79 Ind tel. 
Hogan, Margaret hospital attendant R3 

Binghamton Kir 42 Ind tel. 
Hogan, Michael (son Michael E.) farm 

hand R2 Binghamton Ves 79 Ind tel. 
Hogan, Michael E. (Mary) 1 ch farmer 

O 113a 3h 23c R2 Binghamton Ves 79 

Ind tel. 
Hogg, Charles N. (Elizabeth) farmer 

O 32a 2h 4c R2 Union Un 19 B tel. 
Hogg, Clara B. R5 Binghamton. 
Hogg, Walter S. (Mattie A.) 3 ch 

farmer O 95a 3h 19c R5 Binghamton 

Mai 66 B tel. 
HoLBROOK, C. r. Maine. 
Holbrook, Russell (Minnie) 1 ch RD 

mail carrier O H«feL 2h Harpursville 

Col 871/2. 
Holcomb, Alvin (Burnice) farmer 38a 

2h 5c Tunnel Col 18. 
Holcomb, Bartlett M. (Maude) tele- 
graph operator O H&L Port Crane 

Fen 18. 
Holcomb, Burton M. (Edna S.) 1 ch 

veterinary & cemetery sexton O 3a 2c 

Sanitaria Springs Col 12. 
Holcomb, C. E. (Elmina) farmer O 95a 

2h 12c RD Tunnel Col 20 Ind tel. 
Holcomb, C. H. farmer O 160a 3h 27c 

Rl Tunnel Col 27 Ind tel. 
Holcomb, Divian O. T Sanitaria Springs 

Col 12. ; 

Holcomb, Earl (Marguerite) farmer T 

2h 32c Rl Tunnel Col 25 Ind tel, 
Holcomb, E. F. (Bernice) 2 eh farmer 

O 120a 3h 27c Rl Tunnel Col 27 Ind 

tel. 
Holcomb, George (Grace) 1 ch general 

store T Chenango Forks Chen 53. 
Holcomb, Geo. L. (Harriett) farmer O 

80a 2h 6c R2 Windsor Win 75 Ind 

tel. 
Holcomb, Hubert carpenter O H&L R2 

Vestal Ves 14. 
Holcomb, H. L. (Ethel) farmer O 95a 

2h 7c Rl Tunnel Col 19. 
Holcomb, Mrs. L. O H&L Tunnel Col 

18. 
Holcomb, Richard M. (Jennie) 2 ch 

farmer T 2h 10c Rl Tunnel Col 19. 



Holcomb, S. A. (Flora) farmer O 150a 

2h 20e Rl Tunnel Fen 47 B tel. 
Holden, Fred (Bertha) 4 ch farmer O 

75a 5h lie ED Whitney Point Ntui 

27 Ind tel. 
Holland, Bassie farmer T Rl Chenango 

Forks Fen 30. 
Holland, Bernard wks in tannery T Ves- 
tal Ves 21. 
Holland, Earl blacksmith Chenango 

Forks. 
Holland, Geo. E. (Anna) 1 ch farmer 

O 140a 2h 17c Itaska Bar 32. 
Holland, Geo. G. (Fannie G.) 4 ch 

farmer O 70a 2h lie Rl Chenango 

Forks Fen 30. 
Holland, Geo. P. farmer T Rl Chenango 

Forks Fen 30. 
Holland, James (Jessie) carpenter O la 

Chenango Forks Chen 35. 
Holland, Mrs. Mary 4 eh housekeeper 

for Bernard Vestal Ves 21. 
Holland, Mildred M. T Rl Chenango 

Forks Fen 30. 
Hollenbeck, F. (Nettie) 1 ch farmer 

O 23a 2h 4c Rl Lisle Lis 35. 
Hollenbeck, Grover (Edna) 3 ch laborer 

T Killawog Lis 42. 
Holmes, Fred (Mary) 3 ch lumberman 

T R6 Susquehanna Pa Win 111. 
Holmes, George C. (Charlotte) milk 

route T Ih R2 Johnson City Un 45. 
Holmes, H. P. bds with John H. Deposit 

Snfd 57. 
Holmes, Irving (Inice) farmer R6 Sus- 
quehanna. Pa Win 134. 
Holmes, John H. farmer O 254a 2h 20c 

Deposit Sndf 57 Ind tel. 
Holmes, Walter S. (Golda M.) 3 ch 

farmer O 11a Ih 4c R3 Binghamton 

Col 11. 
Holt, W. D. (Blanche) 1 ch butcher T 

Ih Ic R4 Binghamton Fen 10. 
Honk, Rufus (Myrtie) 2 ch laborer T 

E5 Bingliamton Un 51% B tel. 
Hook, Alfred (Ann) farmer O 80a 21i 

lie Rl Vestal Ves 51. 
Hook, William (soij Alfred) wks in shoe 

factory Rl Vestal Ves 51. 
Hopkins, G. E. (Lily M.) farmer T 3h 

25c Rl Whitney Point Tri 32 Ind tel. 
Hopkins, Henry (Dotena) packing clerk 

T Rl Kirkwood Kir 20 Ind tel. 
Hopkins, Iva D. (dau G. E.) Rl Whit- 
ney Point Tri 32 Ind tel. 
Horan, Timothy (Jennie) farmer O 100a 

5h 9e Rl Vestal Ves 77 Ind tel. 
Horan, Will (Bertha) farmer O 73a 2h 

2c Rl Vestal Ves 77. 



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HoRTEN, E. E. (Maud) horse & cattle 
breeder O 93a 4h 26c R2 Johnson City 
Un 27 B tel. See adv. 

Horton, Adolphus (Catherine) farmer O 
107a 2h 9c R2 Clienango Forks Bar 
57 Ind tel. 

Horton, Arthur M.' laborer T R2 John- 
son City Un 28 B tel. 

Horton, A. E. farmer O 73a 3h 3c Rl 
Conklin Bin 39. 

Horton, Bert (Nellie) 1 ch clerk T Che- 
nango Bridge Chen 40. 

Horton, Charles A. (Margaret E.) dairy 
farming O 250a 2h 17c Deposit Sndf 
47 Ind tel. 

Horton, C. G. (Minnie) 1 ch general 
store O 2h Chenango Bridge Chen 39 
B tel. 

Horton, Mrs. Flora T. O H&L le Nin- 
eveh Col 90. 

Horton, Frank (Edith) 1 ch lineman O 
H&L Nineveh Col 90. 

Horton, Frank S. bds with Wm. H. 
Rl Nineveh Snfd 34. 

Horton, George R. (Jennie) farmer O 
28a Ih 2c Rl Conklin Conk 22 B tel. 

Horton, Lewis (son A. E.) (Elsie) 
farmer Rl Conklin Bin 39. 

Horton, Sherman D. (Mary) 2 ch farmer 
O la Ih Rl Chenango Forks Fen. 

Horton, William H. (Julia) farmer O 
103a 2h 4c Rl Nineveh Snfd 34 Ind 
tel. 

Hoskins, Mrs. Cliarles O 35a Rl Kirk- 
wood Kir 38 Ind tel. 

Hoskins, Glenn (Belle) 4 ch farmer 
O 2a Ih Ic Rl Vestal Ves 23. 

HOTALING, Bert 1 ch farmer T 2h R2 
Rich ford Lis 4. 

Hotaling, Carl (Anna) laborer R2 Rich- 
ford Lis 4. 

Hotaling, Del farmer T Rl Port Crane 
Fen 39. 

Hotaling, Harry (Fannie) 2 ch laborer 
O H&L Ih Lisle Lis 45. 

Hotaling, Irving (Ellen) 4 ch farmer O 
80a 4h 7c Tunnel Colesville 18. 

Hotaling, John (Flora) farmer 269a 
3h 25c R2 Riehford Lis 4. 

Hotaling, J. 1 ch farmer O 50a 2h 7c 
Rl Port Crane Fen 39. 

Hotaling, Wm. S. (Louise) 1 eh farmer 
O 118a 2h 6c R2 Riehford Lis 4. 

Hotaling, W. (Elizabeth) farmer 148a 
2h 24c Glen Aubrey Mai 54 B tel. 



Hotchkiss, Charley W. (Mary) farmer 

O 96a 2h 16c R2 Qienango Forks Tri 

52 Ind tel. 
Hotchkiss, Mrs. Elsie S. Port Crane 

Fen 8. 
Hotchkiss, Harold W. carpenter T R4 

Binghamton Fen 10 B tel. 
Hotchkiss, Henry (Cornelia) garden 

farmer 30a 2h 6c R4 Binghamton 

Fen 10. 
Hotchkiss, Henry C. (Addie E.) con- 
tractor & builder la R4 Binghamton 

Fen 10 B tel. 
Hotchkiss, Mary G. teaching T Port 

Crane Fen 8. 
Houghton, Richard C. (Eugenie) 2 eh 

farmer 309a 3h 35e R2 Johnson 

City Mai 45 B tel. 
House, Grant (Eva) 3 ch farmer O 207a 

8h 37c R4 Marathon Lis 22 Ind tel. 
Houston, William (Mabel) 3 ch farmer 

O 117a 4h 37c Rl Nineveh Col 115 

Ind tel. 
Howard, Clarence M. (Bertha) 8 ch 

farmer O 300a 5h 8c R2 Union Un 

10 B tel. 
Howard, Claude R. (Pauline D.) farmer 

& cattle breeder T 17c R2 Bingham- 
ton Bin 3 B tel. 
Howard, Geo. W. (Alice) 3 ch farmer O 

70a Ih 3c E2 Windsor Win 4. 
Howard, Golda D. (dau Clarence M.) 

R2 Union Un 10 B tel. 
Howard, Henry D. (Mary L.) farmer 

O 286a 5h R2 Binghamton Bin 3 B 

tel. 
Howard, James (Mary J.) farmer O 

260a 5h 15c R5 Binghamton Chen 20 

B tel. 
Howard, J. C. (Alma) farmer 16a 

2c Castle Creek Clien 28. 
Howard, Leon (Anna) 1 ch custodian 

of Alhambra farm T Hooper Un 32. 
Howard, Luella (dau M. E.) R2 Bing- 
hamton Bin 201/2 Ind tel. 
Howard, M. E. (Abbie J.) farmer O 

75a R2 Binghamton Bin 20% Ind tel. 
Howard, Reny R,2 Binghamton. 
Howard, S. C. (Lottie) farmer O 70a 

2h 5c Whitney Point Lis 51 Ind tel. 
Howard, Walter 1 ch farmer bds R2 

Windsor Win 4. 
Howe, A. B. (Susie) 2 ch farmer 

108a 2h 14c Sanford Snfd 32 Ind tcl. 



WALL PAPERS, DRAPERIES and WINDOW SHADES for every 
room in the house. Estimates on small and large contracts cheerfully given. 

Hills, McLean & Haskins, Binghamton, N. Y. 

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Howe, A. R. (P. Amelia) farmer O 176a 

3h 22c Rl Nineveh Snfd 7 Ind tel. 
Howe, Bella bds with H. G. Sanford 

Snfd 7. 
Howe, Charles (Pearl) 2 ch farmer O 

50a 2h 12c Rl Lisle Lis 45 B tel. 
Howe, Edith B. assistant matron T Port 

Dickinson Fen 10. 
Howe, Fred Laura 1 ch farmer O 64a 

2h 7c R2 Richford Lis 20 Ind tel. 
Howe, Herbert Guy (Viola) 1 ch farmer 

O 280a 4h ;!.lc Sanford Snfd 7 lu.l 

tel. 
Howe, Philo bds with H. G. Sanford 

Snfd 7. 
Howe, Ralph (Golda) 2 ch laborer R2 

Richford Lis 20. 
Howe, Rosy O H&L Rl Lisle Lis 35. 
Howland, Alvin farmer T 2h Sc Lisle 

Lis 45 B tel. 
Howland, Amanda O H&L Center Lisle 

Lis 26. 
Howland, Amanda H. nurse O 4a Ih 

5c Whitney Point Lis 50. 
Howland, Arthur (Arreta) laborer O 

H&L Lisle Lis 45. 
Howland, Clarence farmer O 40a 2h 

Lisle Lis 45. 
Howland, D. W. farmer O 267a 2h 8c 
- R2 Berkshire Lis 11 Ind tel. 
Howland, Elizabeth R2 Berkshire Lis 11. 
Howland, Elmer (May) machinist O 

H&L Center Lisle Lis 20. 
Howland, Emma R2 Berkshire Lis 11. 
Howland, Erwin (Maude) 2 ch farmer 

& stock dealer O 436a 6h 26c Rl Whit- 
ney Point Tri 23. 
Howland, Eva O 2a Lisle Lis 45. 
Howland, Grant (Cora) 1 ch farmer 

O 175a 5h 24c R2 Richford Lis 8 Ind 

tel. 
Howland, Harry farmer O 100a 7h 7c 

R2 Berkshire Lis 12. 
Howland, Herbert laborer T R2 Rich- 
ford Lis 20. 
Howland, Herman Center Lisle Lis 26. 
Howland, Hiram (Bertha) 1 ch laborer 

T 2h Ic Center Lisle Lis 19. 
Howland, Jerome farnier O 80a 2h 17c 

R2 Berkshire Lis 11. 
Howland, J. B. (Ida) farmer 100a 
61; 33c R2 Berkshii^e Lis 10 B & Ind 
tels. 
Howland, Mary (dau Erwin) Rl Whit- 
ney Point Tri 23. 
Howland, Morgan mechanic O 2a Rl 

Lisle Lis 19. 
Howland, Phoebe Ann O H&L Center 

Lisle Lis 20. 
Howland, Wallace (Mariah) 2 ch O 6a 
Ih Center Lisle Lis 19. 



Howland, Walton (Bessie) 1 ch me- 

clianic O H&L Ih Center Lisle Lis 35. 
ITowLYA, Ed 3 ch farmer T Ih 2c R3 

Biiighamton Col 381/2. 
Howns, Arthur (Mary J.) farmer 84a 

3h 20c R4 Binghamton Chen 48. 
Hoyt, Anson (Minnie) 7 ch sawmill T 

Ih Ic R3 Binghamton Kir 48. 
Hoyt, Daniel (Mae) 1 ch farmer O 102a 

2h 7e R2 Vestal Ves 14. 
Hoyt, George (Helen) 1 ch electrician 

T Nineveh Col 90. 
Hoyt, H. D. .(Viola) 1 ch' farmer O 147a 

21i 6c R3 Binghamton Kir 49. 
Hoyt, James (Vinnie) 2 ch laborer O 

H&L Vestal Ves 231/2. 
Hoyt, John farmer O 4a Ih Ic Rl Great 

Bend Pa Win 44. 
Hoyt, Mrs. Sarah O H&L Nineveh Col 

90. 
li^yt, Stephen (Belle) laborer bds with 

Anson R3 Binghamton Kir 48. 
Hoyt, Stephen laboVer bds with Daniel 

R2 Vestal Ves 14. 
Hoyte, Fred (Jessie) 3 ch farmer O 

146a 4h 18c RD Binghamton Kir 44 

Ind tel. 
Hrehar, George (Annie) 6 ch farmer O 

60a 2h 5c Rl Binghamton Conk 4 B 

tel. 
Hubard, Clarance (Mattie) 2 ch farmer 

T 2h 16c Lisle Lis 50. 
Hubbard, Charles (Rose B.) 1 ch farmer 

T Ih 4c Rl Nineveh Col 118. 
Hubbard, C. W. farmer O 25a Ih 4c Rl 

Nineveh Col 124 Ind tel. 
Hubbard, Eugene (Mary) farmer T 2h 

2c RD Harj)ursville Col 44. 
Hubbard, H. H. (Ettie) 1 ch farmer O 

30a Ih 2c 20 sheep East Windsor Win 

103. 
Hubbard, S. D. farmer O Rl Nineveh 

Col 113 Ind tel. 
Hubbard, T. farmer O 60a 2h 4c R2 

Harpursville Col 93. 
HuBER, Henry P. (Minnie M.) miller 

at Geo I Moon & Co O 40a Rl Port 

Crane Col 2. 
Huffman, Harry C. (Mary) 3 ch farmer 

O 2a Ih Rl Vestal Ves 87 B tel. 
Hugaboon, John (Augusta) farming O 
32a Ih 4c Glen Castle Chen 19 B tel. 
Huggins, Andrew bds with Ansel Barnes 

Deposit Snfd 28. 
Huggins, Andrew bds with Frank J. 
Blincoe McClure Settlement Snfd 30. 
Huggins, Frank (Cora) 1 ch farmer T 

2h 34c Sanford Snfd 33 Ind tel. 
Huggins, Harry D. bds with V. N. Cass 
Rl Nineveh Snfd 5. 



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Huggius, James (Emma C.) ret 5a 

North Sanford Snfd 59. 
HUGGINS, J. T. Sanford Snfd 33. 
Hug-gins, Velmore M. (Nellie) 2 cli 

farmer T 8h 46c Sanford Snfd 33 Ind 

tel. 
Hughes, Charles (Edna) 1 ch wks in 

tannery T Vestal Ves 21. 
Hughes, Ellen A. bds with Henry Ben- 
net Rl Nineveh Snfd 7. 
Hughes, Mrs. Martha housekeeper for 

E. H. Porter Upper Lisle Tri 17. 
Hughes, Martin (Susie) 5 ch teaming 

bds with Geo. Hoadley Rl Kirkwood 

Kir 17. 
Hughs, Thomas farmer O H&L 2h 9c 

R3 Binghamton Col 5. 
Hughs, William (Annie) 1 ch farmer 

O 75a 2h 9c R3 Bingliamton Col 5. 
HuLBEBT, C. W. (Luella) 1 ch farmer 

T Ih 5e Itaska Bar 31. 
Hulbert, Floyd A. .(Laura.) 3 ch section 

hand T Ic Chenango Forks Chen 34. 
Hulbert, F. B. R5 Binghamton. 
Hulbert, Henry (Irene) 2 ch farmer O 

30a 2h Ic Castle Creek Chen 34. 
Hulbert, Homer A. farmer O 110a R2 

Chenango Forks Bar 41. 
Hulburt, Charles (Bertha) farmer O 

40a 2h 7c R2 Vestal Ves 29 Ind tel. 
HULETT, Mrs. J. W. R4 Binghamton. 
Hull, A. C. (Bessie) 1 ch farmer 

126a 3h Rl Choconut Pa Ves 44. 
Hull, Frank cigarmaker O 2a R2 Bing- 
hamton Bin 21. 



Hull, Frank (Frances) farmer 280a 
2h RD Whitney Point Bar 11. 

Humeston, Anna bds with D. E. Pease 
Rl Windsor Win 1161/^. 

HuMiSTON, Andrew carpenter Nineveh 
Col 90 Ind tel. 

HUMISTON, Arthur (Hattie) 1 ch car- 
penter O H&L Nineveh Col 90 Ind tel. 

Humiston, Charles (Genevieve) 1 ch 
farmer O 44a 2h 3c R3 Binghamton 
Kir 1 B tel. 

Humiston, Ernest (Hattie) 1 ch farmer 
O 70a 2h 9c Rl Harpursville Col 64 
Ind tel. 

Humiston, William S. (Estella) farmer 
O 26a 2h 3c Port Crane Fen 22 B tel. 

Hummell, Harry (Lillian) 3 ch stock 
clerk H&L Rl Binghamton Bin 47. 

Humphrey, Herbert O. Rl Harpurs- 
ville. 

Humphreys, Mrs. Susie F. 1 ch post mis- 
tress Nineveh Col 90. 

Humston, Wilson L. ret T Port Crane 
Fen 8. 

Hungerford, Andrew (Lucy) ret O H&L 
Vestal Center Ves 62. 

Hungerford, Charles W. (Annie) farmer 
O 48a 2h 6c R3 Binghamton Col 11. 

Hungerford, Charlie (Annie) 2 ch 
farmer & laborer O H&L R3 Bing- 
hamton Col 8. 

HUNGERI'ORD, C. M. R3 Binghamton Col 
11. 

Hungerford, James D. (Ella H.) agent 
■ H&L Port Crane Fen 8. 




BROOME COUNTY 



*Hunt, Mrs. Caroline T Port Crane Fen 

19. . 
Hunt, Carrie O H&L Killawog Lis 37. 
Hunt, Mrs. Elizabeth S. 4 ch O 140a El 

Port Crane Fen 39 B tel. 
Hunt, Fred M. Port Dickinson. 
Hunt, Harry W. (Hazel) 2 ch farmer T 

5h 29c Killawog Lis 42 Ind tel. 
Hunter, George farmer O 60a 2h R3 

Binghamton Kir 44. 
Huntington, Mary bds with E. S. Divine 

El Kirkwood Kir 35. 
Huntley,. Charles (Addie) 3 ch farmer 

T 3h 14g E2 Harpursville Col 45. 
Huntley, E. G. (Alice) farmer O 85a 

3h 6c ED Whitney Point Bar 8. 
Huntley, Floyd B. (Susie) 5 ch teamster 

T 3h Whitney Point Bar 6. 
Huntley, Mrs. Fred W. bds with A. J. 

Carey Rl Vestal Ves 81 Ind tel. 
Huntley, Mary shoemaker bds with Mrs. 

M. A. Layton E2 Binghamton Bin 

201/2. 
Hupmau, G. C. (Cornelia) ret E2 Sus- 
quehanna Pa Win 99. 
Hupnian, Mrs. Harriet E. Kirkwood Kir 

20. 
Hupnian, Harry (son U. B.) farmer E2 

Susquehanna Pa Win 98. 
Hupman, U. B. (Cora) 1 ch farmer O 

100a 2h 15e Susquehanna Pa Win 98 

Ind tel. 
Hupman, W. H. carpenter O H&L Kirk- 
wood Kir 20. 
Hurd, A. G. (Ida) postmaster O lO^/^a 

Ih 2c Tunnel Col 18 Ind tel. 
Hurd, Hattie T Port Crane Fen 12. 
Hurd, Ray B. farmer O 248a 7h 55c 

E2 Harpursville Col 75 Ind tel. 
Hurlbert, H. E. (Edith) 4 ch farmer 

O lOOa 4h 20c E2 Chenango Forks Tri 

51 Ind tel. 
Hurlbert, Leroy C. farmer T 2h 17c E2 

Chenango Forks Bar 41- 
Hurlbert, Perry (Bessie) farmer T 4h 

12c E2 Chenango Porks Tri 49 Ind 

tel. 
Hurlbert, Sidney (grandson Mrs. Alice 

English) student Triangle Tri 30. 
HUKLBURT, A. E. (Belle M.) 4 ch farmer 

& stock dealer O 132a 4h 32c El Har- 
pursville Col 70 Ind tel. 
Hurlburt, E. A. 1 ch farmer O 100a 2h 

7e El Harpursville Col 67. 
Hurlburt, George E. (Julia) ret O 10a 

Ih Ic Harpursville Col 88 Ind tel. 
Hurlburt, Guy (Cora) farmer O 60a 2h 

13c Harpursville Col 90. 
Hurlburt, James P. (Alice A.) ret O 

H&L Harpursville Col 90. 
Hurlburt, Euckwell A. farmer T El Har- 
pursville Col 70. 



Hurlburt, Sara E. farmer T Rl Har- 
pursville Col 67. 
HusoN, William (Cora) 3 ch farmer T 

3h El Johnson City Un 47. 
HuYCK, M. J. (Lillian) 1 ch farmer O 

195a 5h 43c El Windsor Win 105. 
Hyde, Frank (Martha) 6 ch farmer T 

4h 20c Whitney Point Bar 13. 
Hyde, W. G. (Eose) farmer O 97a 3h 

10c Whitney Point Bar 11. 
Hyer, William A. (Addie) 1 ch garage 

O H&L Nineveh Col 90 Ind tel. See 

adv. 
Hymers, A. T. (Eva) farming O 104a 

2h 17c El Vestal Ves 84. 
Iddings, Charlie (Blanche) farmer O 

63a 2h 12c E2 Harpursville Col- 40. 
Ingalls, Fred W. (Lena) wks at E John- 
son shoe factory T R2 Johnson City 

Un 45. 
Ingalls, Henry S. (lues) 2 ch farmer 

O 132a 3h 16c Maine Mai 50 B tel. 
Ingraham, Mrs. Amelia O la Chenango 

Forks Chen 53. 
Ingraham, Andrew (Lucia) farmer O 

60a Ih Ic Chenango Forks Bar 56. 
Ingraham, Ed. (May) 4 ch section fore- 
man O H&L 2c Chenango Forks Chen 

33. 
Ingraham, Mrs. Emma O 100a bds with 

J. F. R2 Binghamton Bin 4. 
Ingraham, Frank (Hattie) Adams Ex- 
press agent O H&L Vestal Ves 22. . 
Ingra,ham, James (Ellen) laborer O 

H&L Chenango Forks Bar 56 B tel. 
Ingraham, John Fred (Jessie) 2 ch 

farmer T 3h 12c R2 Binghamton Bin 

4 B tel. 
Ingraham, Leonard (Rosa E.) 1 ch 

farmer O 77a 2h 9c Rl Chenango 

Forks Fen 2. 
Ingraham, Randall (Bertha) 6 ch farmer 

T 4h lie Rl Chenango Forks Fen 2 

B tel. 
Ingraham, Ulysses S. (Clarissa M.) 3 

ch farmer O 70a 2h 16c Rl Chenango 

Forks Fen 2 B tel. 
IVEL, C. J. Castle Creek. 
Jyes, Mrs. Arthur .T. Rl Harpursville. 
Ives, Cyrus A. (Mary) good roads in- 
spector O la Ih Conklin Conk 39. 
Jackson, A. (Daisy M.) 6 ch farmer T 

3h 3c Rl Whitney Point Tri 16. 
Jpckson. Dan blacksmith & auctioneer 

H&L R2 Windsor Win 28 Ind tel. 
Jackson, E. (Mary Louise) farmer T 

2h Rl Vestal Ves 51. 
Jackson, George F. (Eliza) farmer O 3a 

Ih Union Un 17. 
Jackson, Katrine May (granddau Geo. 

M. Lennart) El Whitney Point Tri 

32. 



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EURAL DIEECTORY 



Jackson, Perry (son Theodore) El Ves- 
tal Ves 54. 
Jackson, Theodore farmer O 30a Ih El 

Vestal A'es 54. 
Jackson, Walter E. (son E.) farmer El 

Vestal Ves 51. 
Jacobs, Bvron (son E. G.) El Great 

Bend Pa Win 20. 
Jacobs, Ernest G. (Nora) 4 ch farmer 

O 156a 4h 22c El Great Bend Pa Win 

20 Ind tel. 
Jacobs, Gaylord C. (Mina E.) clerg-yman 

T Ih Sanitaria Springs Col 10. 
Jacobs, Helen (dau E. G.) school teacher 

El Great Bend Pa Win 20. 
Jacobs, Myron (sou E. G.) El Great 

Bend Pa Win 20. 
Jansen, O. D. (Jennie) mechanic O 4a 

Ih 3c El Lisle Lis 44. 
Japhet, Bert (Amy) 2 ch laborer T 

Killawog Lis 37 'ind tel. 
Japhet, Chester (Pearl) 3 ch laborer T 

Triangle Tri 51. 
Japhet, Myron (Leviua) laborer T 

Itaska Bar 20. 
Japhet. Eosetta O H&L Lisle Lis 43. 
Japhet, Wallace (Maud) 2 ch farmer 

T 2h 4e El Lisle Lis 28. 
Japhet, Wallace Center Lisle Lis 11. 
Jay, Fred A. (Lena) 4 ch farmer T Ih 

Ic Maine Mai 52. 
Jay, J. H. (Eubie) 1 ch farmer T 2h 6c 

E4 Binghamton Chen 49. 
Jaycox, Arnold (Ida) 4 ch farmer T 2h 

26c ED Deposit Snfd 56 Ind tel. 
Jaycox, E. M. (Eliza) farmer O 75a 4h 

16e E2 Binghamton Bin 13 Ind tel. 
Jaycox, Jennie S. practical nurse bds 

■with Myron Meeker E2 Binghamton 

Bin 11 "ind tel. 
Jaycox, Olin W. (son E. M.) farmer E2 

Binghamton Bin 13 Ind tel. 
Jayner, Eugene Itaska. 
Jeffords, H. A. (Augusta) 1 ch farmer 

O 180a 4h 14e El Whitney Point Tri 

37 Ind tel. 
Jenkins, Alice El Binghamton Bin 32. 
Jenkins, Arthur (Fannie B.) general 

merchandise store T Sanitaria Springs 

Col 3. 
Jenkins, Burton. (Elizabeth) 2 eh farmer 

O H&L Main St Center Village Col 

91. 
Jenkins, Clavin (Henrietta) farmer O 

92a 2h 12c Sanitaria Springs Col 12 

Ind tel. 
Jenkins, John H. (Sydney) laborer T 

El Conklin Conk 16. 
Jenkins, Lucy T Sanitaria Sjirings Col 



Jenkins, Nelson farmer O 55a 2h 7c 

El Binghamton Bin 32. 
Jenks, Charlie farmer T Ih El Port 

Crane Fen 26 Ind tel. 
Jenks, C. F. (Clara) 4 ch drives Borden 

milk wagon T 2h 19c Vestal Center 

Ves 66 Ind tel. 
Jenks, David (Sara) 1 ch farmer O 84a 

2h 18c El Port Crane Fen 26- B tel. 
Jenks, David M. (Stella M.) 2 ch farmer 

T 2h 24c El Port Crane Fen 24. 
Jenks, E. N. (Angle) 2 ch T 3h 40c 

Whitney Point Tri 11 Ind tel. 
Jenks, Geo. farmer T El Port Crane Fen 

26 B tel. 
Jenks, J. B. (Cliarlotte M.) 1 ch farmer 

10114a 2h 14c El Choconut Pa Ves 

44 Ind tel. 

Jenks, Mrs. Louisa B. bds with J. B. 
El Clioconut Pa Ves 44 Ind tel. 

Jenks, Mrs. M. E. nurse H&L Upper 
Lisle Tri 4. 

Jenks, Orin (Mary B.) 1 ch farmer T 
Ih le El Port Crane Fen 26 Ind tel. 

Jenks, Willard (Maud) 1 ch milk sta- 
tion T Itaska Bar 32. 

Jenner, Berton (Estella) 2 ch black- 
smith O H&L Ih Vestal Center Ves 62. 

Jenners, George (Emma) 2 ch farmer T 
Ic care of Friendsville Stage Bing- 
hamton A^es 80. 

Jennings, Almedia T Center Lisle Lis 
20. 

Jennings, Amanda housekeeper for Fre- 
mont L. Whitaker El Binghamton Bin 

45 B tel. 

Jennings, Frank (Minnie) farmer O 

32a. Ih Ic Chenango Bridge Chen 38. 
Jennings, Frank D. (Susie) 2 ch farmer 

O 135a 2h 30c E4 Marathon Lis 26 

B tel. 
Jennings, Harry (Edith) 1 ch wks in 

tannery T Vestal Ves 23. 
Jennings, Purdy (Louise) farmer O 43a 

3h 12c E2 E'ichford Lis 20 Ind tel. 
Jennings, Eay (Nina) 1 ch laborer 

2a Ih Ic E4 Marathon Lis 39. 
Jensen, J. F. (Elsie) farming 64a 5h 

10c Willow Point Ves 55. 
Jensen, J. P. (Coral) 4 ch farmer O 80a 

3h 14c Willow Point Ves 56 B tel. 
Jewell, Arthur, bds El Conklin Conk 3. 
Jewell, Carlton (Janette) 1 ch farmer 

O 50a Ih 7c El Conklin Conk 3. 
Jewell, Walter bds El Conklin Conk 3. 
Jinks, Edmund (Kate) lawver O H&L 

Whitney Point Lis 50. 
Johnson, Abram 5 ch farmer T 3h 9c 

Killawog Lis 41. 
Johnson, Alfred U. (Ethel) farmer 96a 

3h 15c E2 Johnson City Un 23 B tel. 



105 



BROOME COUNTY 



Johnson, Mrs. Amanda dressmaker bds 

with J. W. McClure Settlement Snfd 

461/2. 
Johnson, Mrs. A. B. 3 ch farmer T 3h 

25c Killawog Lis 41 B tel. 
Johnson, Byron P. (Hattie) 2 ch farm 

hand T Ih R2 Vestal Ves 14. 
Johnson, Charles (Cora) 1 ch farmer O 

71a 2h 9c Rl Nineveh Col 124 Ind 

tel. 
Johnson, David (Mary) ret 200a, 3h 

R4 Binghamton Chen 15 B tel. 
Johnson, Ella T Lisle Lis 45. 
Johnson, E. (Lillian) 1 ch farmer O 

112a 2h 17c Rl Kirkwood Kir 14 Ind 

tel. 
Johnson, E. E. (Ernie) 3 ch farmer O 

Oli/oa 2h l(5e Rl Harpursville Col 69 

Ind tel. 
Jolinson, Eloyd (Jessie) 3 ch farmer T 

4h 30c R4 Binghamton Clien 15 B tel. 
Johnson, Frank (Jennie) farmer O 37a 

Ih 4c Nanticoke ,Nan 7. 
Johnson, Mrs. Fred L. Lisle. 
Johnson, Fred T. (Julia) farmer O 121a 

3h 6c Rl Johnson City Un 49 B tel. 
Johnson, F. T. (Lula) general store 

O H&L Nineveh Col 90. 
Johnson, Geo. (Inez) 1 ch farming T 

Ih Glen Castle Chen 281/2. 
Johnson, Haron (Juliet) farmer O 109a 

Ih 7c R3 Binghamton Col 5. 
Johnson, H. B. (Mary) 1 ch farming T 

3h 22c Lisle Lis 41. 
Johnson, Ira farmer Nineveh Col 110. 
Johnson, James (Ella) laborer O H&L 

Ih Lisle Lis 44 Ind tel. 
Johnson, Jas. A. McClure Settlement. 
Johnson, James I. farmer O 235a 3h 16c 

Rl Whitney Point Tri 23 Ind tel. 
Johnson, James N. (Iva) 2 ch dairy 

farming O 250a 4h 50c McClure Set- 
tlement Snfd 461/.. 
Johnson, Lewis (Minnie) 2 ch farmer 

O 51a 2h 3c R2 Binghamton Ves 79. 
Johnson, Milo farmer O 68a 4h 4c R5 

Binghamton Mai 69 B tel. 
Johnson, Mrs. Minnie H&L Rl Whit- 
ney Point Tri 40. 
Johnson, Mrs. M. R. Rl Tunnel. 
Johnson, Orville D. farmer O 140a Ih 

Ic R4 Binghamton Chen 16 B tel. 
Johnson, Rachel A. R4 Binghamton 

Chen 16 B tel. 
Johnson, Sherman (Martha) 3 ch 

farmer 100a Glen Castle Chen 19. 
Johnson, Vic farmer 100a 2h 10c Lisle 

Lis 45. 
Joiner, Arthur (Ellen) 1 ch farmer T 

2h 2e Rl Lisle Lis 16 Ind tel. 



Joiner, C. D. (Abbie) 3 ch farmer O 4a 

Ih Ic Star Route Whitney Point Bar 

26 B tel. 
Joiner, Eugene (Melissa) farmer O 86a 

3h 12e Itaska Bar 12 B tel. 
Joiner, Martin (Marv) farmer O 50a 

2h 4e Rl Lisle Lis 16. 
Jones, B. A. (Let) farmer T Castle 

Creek Bar 7. 
Jones, Carlylo (Leona) section hand T 

Harpursville Col 91. 
Jones, Conrad bds with Hobait A. Rl 

Kirkwooil Win 4 Ind tel. 
Jones, Earl D. farmer O 150a R4 Bing- 
hamton Kir 2 B tel. 
Jones, Edgar B. (Jane) farmer O 112a 

3h 22c R2 Vestal Ves 27 Ind tel. 
Jones, Mrs. Ella O H&L Chenango Forks 

Chen 33. 
Jones, Ethelbert M. (Nellie) 3 ch farmer 

O 240a Ih Conklin Conk 39 B tel. 
Jones, Frank A. farmer O 41a 2h Rl 

Kirkwood Win 25 Ind tel. 
Jones, Grace M. R2 Windsor Win 71. 
Jones, Mrs. Hattie 2 ch T Castle Creek 

Chen 28. 
Jones, Hobart A. (Lizzie) 1 ch farmer 

O 120a 3h 15c Rl Kirkwood Win 4 

Ind tel. 
Jones, H. A. (Louise M.) laborer T 

Whitney Point Bar 13. 
Jones, James (son Edgar B.) farm hand 

R2 Vestal Ves 27 Ind tel. 
Jones. Jesse (Pearl) 1 ch farmer O la 

Rl Binghamton Conk 1 B tel. 
Jones, Jesse (Lillie) 2 ch shoemaker T 

R2 Windsor Win 2. 
Jones, John H. (Mary) farmer O 40a 

3h 2c Rl Binghamton Conk 1. 
Jones, Joseph C. farmer T R4 Bingham- 
ton Chen 15 B tel. 
Jones, Leland (son Edgar B.) farm hand 

R2 Vestal Ves 27 Ind tel. 
Jones, Lewis (Alice E.) farmer O 75a 

2h 7e Rl Nineveli Col 100. 
Jones, Lewis F. farmer O 150a 7h 30e 

R4 Binghamton Kir 2 B tel. 
Jones, Lydia H&L Kirkwood Kir 20. 
Jones, Myron I. (Frona) 6 ch farmer 

O 109a 2h 12c Rl Binghamton Conk 

10 Ind tel. 
Jones, Noble E. (Jennie S.) 1 ch ret 

2h R4 Binghamton Kir 2 B tel. 
Jones, Mrs. Parmelia O 12a Kirkwood 

Kir 22. 
Jones,. Richard H. (Florence) 2 ch wks 

at E Johnson shoe factory T Hooper 

Un 32. 
Jones, Theron H. (Nellie) laborer T Ih 

R4 Binghamton Dick 4. 



106 



EUEAL DIEECTORY 



Jones, Whitemore (Elizabeth A.) 1 eli 

O 37a Ih 2c E2 Windsor Win 2. 
Jones, William J. (Blanche) wks at 

E J shoe CO T Johnson City Uu 53 

B tel. 
Jones, William W. (Florence) 2 ch 

shoeworker at E J Co O 12a 3c E2 

Windsor Win 4. 
JuDD, Alvin S. (Lizzie) fanner O 160a 

3h 22c El Great Bend Pa Win 41 Ind 

tel. 
JuDD, Frank L. (Grace) fanner O 170a 

2h lie El Great Bend Pa Win 85 

Ind tel. 
JuDD, F. A. (Helen) lineman O 22i^a 

2c E2 Harpnrsville Col 92 Ind tel. 
Judd, Hanford fanner O 75a El Nine- 
veh Col 121. 
Judd, Leaman M. (Nettie) farmer O 

113a 2h 7c ED Great Bend Pa Win 

39 Ind tel. 
Judd, Lewis O. (Sadie) 1 ch farmer O 

32a 3c E2 Harpnrsville Col 92 Ind tel. 
Judd, Perry (Julia) farmer 46a 3c 

E2 Windsor Win 83. 
Judd, W. W. (Angle) 1 ch farmer O 

375a 3h 35c Great Bend Pa Win 49 

Ind tel. 
Jude, Herman M. (Inez M.) 2 ch ma- 
chinist O la Oua<|uaga Col 83. 
Jues, C. J. agent O 13a Ih 3c Castle 

Creek Chen 28. 
June, Abijah (Carrie) 1 eh farmer O 

16a 2h 5c Port Crane Fen 19 B tel. 

JuRiGA, John D. (Elizabeth) 7 ch hotel- 

keei)er 5h 2c Kirkwood Kir 20 B tel. 

Juriga, Victor (son John D.) (Mary) 

wks in shoe shop Kirkwood Kir 20 B 

tel. 
Kabneck, Henery 4 eh laborer O H&L 

2h El Binghamton Conk 15%. 
Kadian, Ethel M. T Sanitaria Springs 

Col 10. 
Kadian, John J. (Elizabeth) 5 ch en- 
gineer at oil station T Sanitaria 

Si)rings Col 10. 
Kadlecik, Paul (Elizabeth) 6 ch fanner 

O 76a 2h 4c El Binghamton Conk 7. 
Kales, Clyde W. (araaidson Wm. J.) ED 

Whitney Point Tri 13. 
Kales, Geo. E. (Augusta E.) farmer O 

180a 2h ISc El Tunnel Fen 41. 
Kales, Henry C. (Angelina D.) 1 ch 

farmer &' poultry O 250a 3h 25c El 

Tunnel Fen 41 Ind tel. 



Kales, James H. (Katie) poultry & 

farmer T El Tunnel Fen 41. 
Kales, William J. (Sarah E.) farmer O 

174a 3h 20e Whitney Point Tri 13. 
Kaley, G. C. (Daisy) shoemaker O 2a 

Ih E2 Vestal Ves 21. 
Kane, William farmer 2h Tunnel Col 

18. 
Kark, Clifeord L. (Harriett M.) 2 ch 

farmer O 146a 2h 29c El Port Crane 

Fen 37 B tel. 
Kark, Harry G. (Ines) 1 ch town clerk. 

T Harpnrsville Col 91 Ind tel. 
Kark, James A. (Alice J.) furniture 

5a Ih Harpnrsville Col 74 Ind tel. 
Kasson, Myron H. (Margaret) farmer 

O 123a 2h 16c Tunnel Col 18. 
Kastanes, Joe fAplone) 3 ch farmer O 

50a Ih 3c El Johnson City Mai 73. 
Kattell, Chas. W. (Pheobe) farming O 

94a 3h 10c E4 Binghamton Chen 52 

B tel. 
Kattell, Mrs. T. A. farming 100a 2h 

4c E4 Binghamton Chen 51. 
Keach, A. E. (Carrie) garage 7a 2h 

Harpnrsville Col 90 Ind tel. 
Keach, S. W. (Grace) 1 ch garage Har- 
pnrsville Col 90 Ind tel. See adv. 
Keech, Cliarles (Tillie) 4 ch farmer O 

50a Ih 3c Onaquaga Col 94. 
Keech, F. F. farmer O 20a 2h Ic Ona- 
quaga Col 94. 
Keech, Geo. Onaquaga. 
Keech, L. M. (Susie J.) 3 ch butcher 

O H&L 3h 5c Harpursville Col 90 Ind 

tel. 
Keeler, G. O. (Mabel) 2 ch farmer O 

i;>5a 2)1 20e E4 Binghamton Chen 52 

B tel. 
Kelby, Albert H. farmer Center Village 

Coi 115. 
Kellam, Frank (Sadie) farmer O 100a 

3h 7e Vestal Center Ves 76 Ind tel. 
Kellam^ Harry V. (Helen) 2 eh me- 
chanic in I T E T Ih Vestal A^es 23 

Ind tel. 
Kellam, M. J. (Eebecea) laborer H&L 

Vestal Ves 21. 
Kellesy, Mrs. Lewis 4 ch farming T 

El Harimrsville Col 69. 
Kelley, Dan farmer O 64a 8c R2 Mara- 
thon Lis. 
Kelley, Harvey (Elizabeth) 1 ch 

farmer T 24c Deposit Snfd 45 14 B 

tel. 



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107 



BROOME COUNTY 



Kelley, John (Etta) farmer O 67a Hi 

5e R2 Windsor Win 78. 
Kelt,ey, S. a. (Jennie) farmer O 93a 

2h 17c Afton Col 102 Ind tel. 
Kelley, William farmer T Rl Tunnel 

Col 16. 
Kellieutt, Mrs. Ida M. El Whitney 

Point Tri 23 Ind tel. 
Kellum, Frank A. (Lena) RD carrier & 

farmer O 20a 2h 3c Vestal Ves 23. 
Kellum, Mrs. Nancy bds with Frank A. 

Vestal Ves 23. 
Kelly, Blanche E. (dan Wm. I.) shoe 

worker Deposit Snfd 25 Ind tel. 
Kelly, James farmer O 60a 2h 6c R3 

Binghamton Kir 54. 
Kelly, Louis A. (Hattie M.) farmer & 

carjjenter O 50a Ih 4e R2 Binghamton 

Bin 4. 
Kelly, Mrs. Mary R3 Binghamton Kir 

54. 
Kelly, Mrs. Mary O 140a Ih 17c Har- 

pursville Col 74 Ind tel. 
Kelly, Wm. I. (Dolly D.) 6 ch dairy 

280a 5h 60c Deposit Snfd 25 Ind tel. 
Kelsey, Harvey (Lucy A.) 3 ch dairy 

farmer O 110a 3h 50e Oquaga Lake 

Snfd 22 B tel. 

KJEM MERER, HOWARD (Edith) 1 ch 

farmer O 145a 4h 19c Center Village 
Col 76. 
, Kemp, Clarence M. (son Milo J.) Rl 
Kirkwood Kir 15 Ind tel. 

Kemp, Frank L. (son Milo J.) farm la- 
borer Rl Kirkwood Kir 15 Ind tel. 

Kemp, Milo J. (Lucy C.) farmer O 154a 
2h 12c Rl Kirkwood Kir 15 Ind tel. 

Kemp, Maude L. (dau Milo J.) Rl 
Kirkwood Kir 15 Ind tel. 

Kennedy, Preston (Ina B.) 6 ch minis- 
ter O 13a 3h Ic Port Dickinson Fen 
10 B tel. 

Kenyon, Egbert A. ■ R2 Union. 

Kenyon, Elton (Addie) 2 ch daiiy farm- 
ing O 200a 3h 20c McOlure Settlement 
Snfd 27 Ind tel. 

Kenyon, Florance (son M. D.) (Orla) 
farmer R3 Greene Tri 43 Ind tel. 

Kenyon, Floyd piano tuner & salesman 
bds McClure Settlement Snfd 27 Ind 
tel. 

Kenyon, George (Nina) dairy farmer O 
160a 5h 20c McClure Settlement Snfd 
27 Ind tel. 

Kenyon, Herman (Ida) farmer O 79a 
2h lie Glen Aubrey Nan 30 Ind tel. 

Kenyon, J. W. (Harriett C.) ret O H&L 
Clienango Forks Bar 56 B tel. 

Kenyon, Mat R2 Chenango Forks. 

Kenyon, M. D. (Julia) farmer O 250a 
5h 30c R3 Greene Tri 43 Ind tel. 



Kenyon, Theodore G. (Louisa) ret O 

115a Ih 15c McClure Settlement Snfd 

27. 
Kenyon, Will (Genevieve) 5 ch farmer 

250a 5h 30c R2 Chenango Forks 

Bar 50 B tel. 
Kern, Mrs. Carrie bds with Will Muckey 

Rl Binghamton Bin 33 Ind tel. 
Kerns, Gilbert E. (Mabel) 2 ch farmer 
. 40a 2h 6c Rl Conklin Conk 34 B 

tel. 
Kerr, George R. (Ada) 1 ch farmer O 

200a 3h 25c East Windsor Win 101 

Ind tel. 
Kerr, Rex (son Geo.) East Windsor Win 

101. 
Ketcham, Charlie laborer T Port Crane 

Fen 8. 
Ketcham, Fred L. (Jennie) 2 ch farmer 

T 3h 15c R2 Harpursville Col 42. 
Ketcham, Herbert H. farmer T R2 Har- 
pursville Col 42. 
Ketchem, Seymour (Katy) 1 ch laborer 

H&L Corbettsville Conk 4. 
Ketchum, Cliarles E. (Nellie) 5 ch D L 

& W R R employe O H&L Corbetts- 
ville Conk 41. 
Ketchum, George E. (Ida M.) 1 ch farm- 
ing O 100a 3h 6c R5 Binghamton Chen 

1 B tel. 

Ketchum, Lewis (Hettie) 3 ch farmer T 

7h 56c Castle Creek Bar 27 B tel. 
Kie, Frank J. (Margaret E.) 4 ch farmer 

O 50a 2h 3c Rl Vestal Ves 63 Ind tel. 
Kies, S. P. (Sarah) 1 cli teamster T R4 

Binghamton Chen 15 B tel. 
Kilmer, Geo. H. (Anna) farmer O 147a 

2h Rl Kirkwood Kir. 
Kilmer, George H. (Isabell) 1 ch farmer 

147a 2h 10c Rl Kirkwood Kir 17. 
KiLPATRicK, I. S. (Agnes L.) general 

mdse O 5a Ih Rl Chenango Forks Fen 

33 B tel. See adv. 
Kilpatrick, Ward (Lulu May) 2 ch 

farmer T Rl Great Bend Pa Win 66 

Ind tel. 
Kimball, Ben farmer T 2h 4c R2 Union 

Un 10. 
Kimball, John R. (Edna) 4 ch farmer 

O 174a Ih R2 Union Un 10 B tel. 
Kimball, M. J. Glen Aubrey. 
Kimber, Nathaniel F. (Mary) ret bds 

Rl Great Bend Pa Kir 23. 
Kimble, J. A. fanner liveryman & hotel 

accommodations 40a 2h 4c Vestal 

Ves 23. 
Kimble, Laura student bds with Herbert 

Guiles R2 Vestal Ves 20. 
King, Albert E. (Emma L.) farmer T 

3b 7c Hydeville Bar 13. 



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ETJEAL DIRECTOEY 



King, Alta bds with Dexter E2 Afton 

Snfd 65. 
King, Andrew (Bertha) 3 eh farmer O 

88a 2h oc R2 Afton Snfd 67 Ind tel. 
King, Anna bds with Dexter E2 Afton 

Snfd 65. 
King, B. F, (Elma) 4 ch wks at E. J. 

shoe CO O H&L Johnson City Un 53 V^. 
King, Dexter E. (Jennie) 1 ch farmer 

O 200a 4h 30e E2 Afton Snfd 65 Ind 

tel. 
King, D. J. (Grace) 2 eh flour & feed 

O 2c Chenango Forks Chen 33. 
King, E. C. (Catherine) 4 ch farmer 

O 1471/^81 3h 7c Whitney Point Bar 13. 
King, Frank D. (Linda E.) farmer T 

3h 13c Whitney Point Bar 3. 
King, Geo. E. (Laura) flour & feed 

O 2c Chenango Forks Chen 33. 
King, Harlow farmer 30a Ih Whit- 
ney Point Nan 15 Ind tel. 
KiXG, Jack blacksmith bds with Thomas 

Fiats El Kirkwood Kir 19 Ind tel. 
King, Percy shoeworker bds with T. C. 

Carman E2 Binghamton Bin 23 Ind 

tel. 
King, Eonieo (Mary) 4 ch laboi-er O 

H&L R4 Marathoil Lis 37. 
King, Eosco bds with Dexter 2h Afton 

Snfd 65. 
King, R. B. lumberman Center Village 

Col 101. 
King, E. E. (Jane A.) lumberman O 

180a 4h Center Village Col 101. 
King, W. S. farmer Chenango Forks 

Bar 32. 



Kingsbury, Dell (Helen) 1 ch farmer O 

100a Ih 4c Center Lisle Lis 6. 
Kingsbury, Martin (Ophelia) laborer O 

H&L Center Lisle Lis 26. 
Kingsbury, Sam (Mabel) 2 ch farmer 

O 100a Ih 5c Center Lisle Lis 6. 
Kingsley, Mrs. Ada O 124a E2 Susque- 
hanna Pa Win 97. 
Kingsley, Milton (son Ada) farmer T 

3h 24c E2 Susquehanna Pa Win 97 Ind 

tel. 
Kinney, Edward (Jessie) farmer O 

100a 5h 18c El Lisle Lis 44. 
Kinney, Eleanora B. farmer T El Port 

Ci-ane Fen 20. 
Kinney, Elisha (Minnie) 1 ch D L & 

W E R employe O 2a Ic CorbettsviUe 

Conk 41 Ind tel. 
Kinney, Jerome W. (Eva C.) 3 ch 

farmer O 240a 6h 30e Rl Port Crane 

Fen 20 B tel. 
Kinney, Jerome W. farmer T El Port 

Crane Fen 20. 
Kinney, Eay H. farmer T El Port 

Crane Fen 20. 
Kinsman, Austin D. ret T El Tunnel 

Fen 34 B tel. 
Kinvon, Dora E. 1 ch dairying O 191a 

2h 19c Gulf Summit Snfd 20. 
Kiphart, Albert farmer O 200a Ih E6 

Suscjuehanna Pa Win 111. 
Kipp, Mrs. Elmina bds with Lafayette 

Edwards El Great Bend Pa Kir 26 

Ind tel. 
Kirby, Mrs. Eunice 5a E2 Binghamton 

Bin 19 Ind tel. 




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BROOME COUNTY 



Kirk, Mrs. ^i^^lia bds with John Kirli 

East Windsor Win 103. 
Kirk, Ed. C. (Maud P.) farmer O 150a 

Ih 4c El Harpursville Col 59 Ind tel. 
Kirk, John (Gertrude) 2 ch farming 

O 100a Ih lie East Windsor Win 103. 
Kirkland, Emmett H. (Bertha) 6 ch 

farmer O 64a Ih 3c E2 Johnson City 

Mai 46. 
Kirman, William (Ella) 1 ch farmer O 

71a 2h 12c Castle Creek Bar 7^2- 
Kline, Walter L. (Grace) 4 ch painter 

& decorator O 112a Ih Ic E4 Bing- 

hamton Chen 41. 
Klink, F. M. coal Harpursville. 
Knapp, Archie (Julia) 6 ch farmer O 

147a Chenango Forks Bar 28. 
Knapp, E. H. T Chenango Forks Chen 

33. 
Knaj)p, Fred (Carrie) 3 ch laborer O 

H&L Castle Creek Chen 28. 
Knapp. Harriett O 2a E2 Union Mai 20 

B tel. 
Knapp, Herbert E. (Jessie J.) farmer T 

3h 16c El Chenango Forks Fen 2. 
Knapp, Hiram (Prudence) 1 ch laborer 

O H&L 2h Ic Vestal Ves 231/2. 
I^apji, H. (Deborah) ret bds with W. 

E. Samson Kirkwood Kir 20. 
Knapp, Newman L. (Mabel C.) farmer 

O 125a 6h 21c E2 Windsor Col 81. 
Knapp, Sophia farmer O la Conklin 

Conk 39. 
Kneer, Clarence farmer T El Harpurs- 
ville Col 67. 
Kneer, Florence T El Harpursville Col 

67. 
Kneer, Peter L. (Laura) 3 ch farmer O 

185a 4h lie El HarpursviUe Col 67. 
Kniskern, p. (Emma) creamery supt 

T Kii'kwood Kir 20. 
Knodels, George 5 ch laborer T Ih Ic 

Deposit Snfd 43. 
Knoeller, Ernest W. farm supt Deposit 

Snfd 47 B tel. 
Knolton, Fred E. (Ellen B.) 1 ch farmer 

O 89iAa 2h 9c E2 Windsor Win 79. 
Knolton, Miles (Nancy) farmer O 3a 

E2 Windsor Win 82. 
Knolton, E. Gilbert (Margaret J.) 
farmer O 82i^a Ih 6c E2 Windsor 
Win 79. 
Knott. Harrv G. (Ella) farmer O 100a 

3h 9c E2 Harpursville Col 92. 
Knowlton, Willard (Eachel G.) wood 
worker & carpenter O H&L Kirkwooil 
Kir 20. 
Knox, James E. (Clarissa') general 
store O 8a Ih Ic Harpursville Col 74. 
Kocian, Joseph (Agnes) 3 ch farmer O 
50a Ih 3c E.2 Vestal Ves 20. 



Koenig, Eobert farmer E2 Harpursville 

Col 86. 
KoLB, William (Edith) 1 ch farming 

O 50a 3h 8e E5 Binghamton Chen 7 

B tel. 
Kostial, Joseph (Mary) 1 ch farmer O 

50a 2h 7c R3 Bmghamton Kir 48. 
K0T0.SEK, John (Eozel) 2 ch farmer O 

54a 2h 8c E2 Johnson City Un 22 B 

tel. 
Krager, Henry A. (Louise) 2 ch farmer 

O 50a 4h 3c Johnson City Kir 6. 
Krager, Henry G. (son Heniy A.) 

printer Johnson City Kir 6. 
Krch, John (Susie) 1 ch wks in shoe 

shop T 2h 10c E3 Binghamton Kir 54. 
Kreil, Simeon (Barbara) 1 ch farmer 

T Deposit Snfd 55. 
Kriestek, Anthony (Eva) 3 ch farmer 

O 40a E3 Binghamton Kir 48. 
Krmenec, Albert (Marv) farmer O 

127a 3h 6c E2 Union Un 10 B tel. 
Krom, WiUiam (Elizabeth) gardener O 

17a Ic Chenango Bridge Fen 9 B tel. 
Kronkhite, Orna H. (Daisy) 2 ch 

farmer T 3h 13c Sanford Snfd 7 Ind 

tel. 
Kruger, Henry (Christine) 3 ch farmer 

O 100a 2h 25c El Lisle Nan 10 Ind 

tel. 
Krum, H. A. (Delila) 3 ch farmer O 

188a 5h 28c E2 Vestal Ves 11. 
Kunbxe, I. F. (Lillian) farmer T 32h 

14c E2 Windsor Win 82. 
Kunkle, Philip (Mary) 1 ch farmer 

T 2h 5c E2 Windsor Win 82. 
Kunkle, William (Lettie) farmer T bds 

vnth William G. Oswald El Vestal 

Ves 77 Ind tel. 
Kusbel, John farmer O 160a 3h 14c El 

Kirkwood Win 10. 
Kusbel, Philin farmer O 160a 3h 14c 

El Kirkwood Win 10. 
Kuss, John (Maria) 2 ch farmer O 30a 

2h Ic E3 Binghamton Kirk 51. 
KviSTOPOUCH, Alex. (Bertha) 5 ch 

farming O 50a 2h 8c Castle Creek 

Bar 8. 
Lainhart, Alva (Anna) 2 ch farmer O 

87a 3h 6e E2 Vestal Ves 10. 
Lake, Edward student bds with C. F. 

Pullis E2 A^estal Ves 30. 
Lake, Jerry (Emma) 3 ch farmer O 50a 

2h 5c Sanitaria Springs Col 414. 
Lamb, Aryilla 2 ch Killawog Lis 42. 
Lamb, Chas. B. Maine. 
Lamb. Clayton (Libbie) 1 ch laborer 

O H&L Ih 4e Lisle Lis 44 Ind tel. 
Lamb, Earl W. farmer O 80a 3h lie 

Lisle Lis 42 B tel. 



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RURAL DIRECTORY 



Lamb, Erford (Mary) 1 eh farmer O 

35a 3h ooc Whitney Point Nan 17 Ind 

tel. 
Lamb, I/ D. (Ellen) 4 ch farmer O 25a 

4h 2c R4 Binghamton Chen 14. 
Lamb, Ray (Hazel) 1 ch farmer T Ih 

Rl Lisle Lis 35. 
Lambert, Orvis Rl Kirkwood Kir 13 
' Ind tel. 
Lambert, W. A. (Alberta) 3 ch farmer 

125a 3h 3c R3 Binghamton Kir 49. 
Lamm, Mrs. Martha O 314a East Wind- 
sor Win 101. 
Lamont, George ret bds with Charles H. 

Pierson Rl Kirkwood Kir 19. 
Lamoreaux, Claude (Minnie) 3 ch farm- 
ing O 204a 3h lie Rl Windsor Snfd 

12. 
Lamoree, Jeff 4 cli farmer T Glen Castle 

Chen 28. 
Lamphere, Frank (Nellie) farmer T 

oh 17c Chenango Forks Bar 30. 
Lamphere, Frank (Mabel) 7 ch farmer 

T 2h 9c VestakYes 25. 
Lamphere, J. B. (Sara C.) farmer O 

85a lie Rl Nineveh Snfd 33. 
Lampman, Roger J. (Bertha) wks for 

E Johnson Co T R2 Johnson City Un 

46. 
Landers, Earl D. Upper Lisle. 
Landers, George A. (Emma) ret O H&L 

Whitney Point Tri 4 Ind tel. 
Landon, Mrs. Amanda O 50a bds with 

Ray care of Friendsville Stage Ves 76 

Ind tel. 
Landon, Burt farmer O 52a 6c care of 

Friendsville Stage Binghamton Ves 76. 
Landon, Earl J. (Laura) 2 ch farmer O 

43a 2h 4c Vestal Ves 23% Ind tel. 
Landon, Ernest A. (Nellie) 2 ch laborer 

O IVsa Ih Ic Vestal Ves 21. 
Landon, E. Ray (Jessie) 2 ch farmer 

O l50a 3h 23e care of Friendsville 

Stage Binghamton Ves 76 Ind tel. 
Landon, Frank G. (Leona) shoe cutter 

O H&L Vestal Ves 21. 
Landon, William (Maude) 2 ch farmer 

T 3h 22c Vestal Center Ves 66. 
Langdon, Frank (Sarah) farmer O 42a 

2h 12c Rl Kirkwood Kir 15 Ind tel. 
Lnnge, Marjorv L. teaching T Ouaquaga 

Col 84. 
Lange, William A. teaching T Ouaquaga 

Col 84. 
I^ange, William F. (Ida M.) 2 ch school 

teacher & postmaster O H&L le Oua- 
quaga Col 84. 
Lanton, Mrs. Carolyn A. 8 eh farmer 

O 134a 4h 15c Rl Johnson City Mai 

50 B tel. 



Lantz, E. W. (Angie) farmer 50a 

Chenango Forks Chen 33. 
Larish, George (Myrtle) laborer T John- 
son City Un 53 Ind tel. 
Larkin, John D. farmer la Sanford 

Snfd 31. 
Larrabee, Dvillo E. (Alma A.) 1 ch 

farmer O 63y2a 2h 9c Rl Great Bend 

Pa Win 38 Ind tel. 
Lashier, George H. (Ada A.) farmer O 

la Maine Mai 26 Ind tel. 
Lason, Arnold student bds with John 

Callan R2 Binghamton Bin 20%. 
Lason, George farm hand bds with John 

Callan R2 Binghamton Bin 20%. 
Latham, W. A. (Laura) farmer 136a 

3h 25c Sanford Snfd 59 Ind tel. 
Lathrop, Ambers ret bds with Charles 

Wood Vestal Center Ves 65 Ind tel. 
Lathrop, Huldah O 8a Killawog Lis 42. 
Lathrop, Lutlier (Frances) carpenter O 

50a Vestal Center Ves 65. 
Latoiirette, Frank bds with Fredrick Rl 

Union Un 6 B tel. 
Latoiu'ette, Fredrick (Minnie) farmer 

500a 7h 85c Rl Union Un 6 B tel. 
Latourette, R. F. bds with Fredrick Rl 

Union- Un 6 B tel. 
Laughren, Thomas (Margaret) farmer 

H&L Clienango Forks Chen. 
Launt, Converse (Nettie) 6 ch section 

hand O l%a Rl Windsor Win 105. 
Launt, Vera E. (dau Converse) Rl 

Windsor Win 105. 
Laurence, Arthur T. C Sarah) 2 eh 

farmer O 100a 2h 23c Rl Binghamton 

Conk 1 B tel. 
Laurence, Fred W. (Eva) 4 eh farmer 

100a 4h 50c Rl Binghamton Conk 

1 B tel. 

Laurence, Mortimer (Louise) 1 eh 

farmer 20a 2h Rl Binghamton Conk 

1 B tel. 
Law, Frank (Isabella) 2 eh junk dealer 

O H&L Ih Killawog Lis 42. 
Lawler, Marv O fiOa Rl Nineveh Snfd 

37. 
Lawrence, Hakry J. (Hazel) 3 ch stage 

driver 37a 6h 5e Vestal Center Ves 

62. 
Lawrence. William S. (Mabel) 4 ch 

farmer T 3h 30e Whitnev Point Bar 

11. 
Lawton, Mrs. A. E. O H&L Nineveh Col 

90. 
Lawton, C. C. Maine. 
Lawton, John W. (Lillian M.) :*> eh 

creamery man O H&L Rl Chenango 

Forks Fen 1, 



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BECOME COUNTY 



Lawton, Theodore 3 ch patrolman on 

good roads O 10a Ih Maine Mai 21 B 

tel. 
Laycock, Mrs. Joseph O 54a .Rl A'estal 

Ves 87 B tel. 
Layman, Alva farmer O 116a 2h 5e R2 

Johnson City Mai 38. 
Layman, Fernando W. (Minnie) farmer 

O 198a 3h 14c E2 Johnson City Mai 

46 B tel. 
Layton, A. P. farmer O 16a Ih E3 Bing- 

hamton Kir 9. 
Layton, Charles H. (Alice) farmer O 

H&L El Binghamton Conk 3 Ind tel. 
Layton, Claude (Leona) carpenter 4c 

Rl Windsor Snfd 12 Ind tel. 
Layton, G. E. (Edith) carpenter O 9a 

Ih Ic Binghamton Chen 28 B tel. 
Layton, Mrs. Lydia bds with Charles 

Hulburt E2 Vestal Ves 29 Ind tel. 
Layton, Mrs. M. A. O 15a 4c E2 Bing- 
hamton Bin 201/2. 
Leach, Charlos (Mariah) farmer O 116a 

2h 15c E3 Greene Tri 37 Ind tel. 
Leach, Earl farm hand bds with William 

J. Murphy E3 Binghamton Kir 2 Ind 

tel. 
Leach, Edgar (Edith) 2 ch carpenter 

O 4a Ih 2c Upper Lisle Tri 4. 
Leach, Louis T. farmer O 97a 2h lOe 

Chenango Forks Bar 32. 
Leadbetter, Earl C. (Emma A.) farmer 

O 98a 3h 15c El Johnson City Mai 

73 B tel. 
Leahy, John (Mabel) 3 ch janitor of 

school O 28a 2h Ic care of Friendsville 

Stage Binghamton Ves 76. 
Leal, Mrs. Jennie E. T El Chenango 

Forks Fen 33 B tel. 
Leamon, Geo. T. (son Wm. E.) shoe- 
maker E2 Windsor Win 69. 
Leamon, Harry C. (Anna) 3 ch farmer 

& pa^ erhanger & painter O 206a 2h 

lie E2 Windsor Win 71. 
Leamon, Eay O. E2 Windsor. 
Leamon, Wm. A. (Ella E.) 2 ch farm- 
ing 50a 3h 5c R2 Windsor Win 69 

Ind tel. 
Lee, Archie (Sarah J.) 2 ch farmer & 

poultryman O 50a Ih 10c El Windsor 

Snfd 14 Ind tel. 
Lee, Delbert (Edith) 4 ch farmer T 

2h E2 Binghamton Bin 201/2 Ind tel. 
Lee, Earl (Mary) farmer O 150a 2h 

lie El Lisle Lis 36 B tel. 
Lee. John R. (Emma B.) farmer O 40a 

Ih 4c R.2 Windsor Win 28. 
Lee, Loren D. (Iria) poultry O 2a Rl 

Binghamton Conk 1 . 
Lee, Eex (Mary) 3 ch laborer T Itaska 
Bar 33. 



Lee, Rex (Mary) 3 ch laborer T Whit- 
ney Point Tri 24. 
Leet, Ed. (Adalaide) 1 ch mechanic O 

3a Ih Ic E4 Marathon Lis 37 Ind tel. 
Leet, Howard (Jennie) 4 ch farming O 

H&L E4 Marathon Lis 37. 
Leet, H. W. (Olive) 1 ch farmer T 4h 

57c E4 Marathon Lis 39. 
Leet, N. J. (Maggie) butcher H&L 

Ih Ic Killawog Lis 39. 
Leet, Raymond (Jessie) 4 ch farmer O 

15a Ih 3c Castle Creek Bar 19 B tel. 
Leighton, Bert (Helen) 1 ch mechanic 

O 12a El Vestal Ves 52. 
Lenert, Martin (Mary) 9 ch farmer O 

50a 2h 2c El Great Bend Pa Win 20. 
Lennert, George M. (Frederieke) farmer 

& butcher O 110a 2h 7c El Whitney 

Point Tri 32. 
Lenno>', Harry J. (Mary A.) 1 ch 

farmer O 138a 2h 16c" El Johnson 

City Mai 66 B tel. 
Leonard, Archie W. (Anna) farmer T 

Ih Triangle Tri 30. 
Leonard, Asa E. (Hannah) farmer T 

Triangle Tri 30. 
Leonard, Mrs. A. D. farming O 150a 

lie E2 Chenango Forks Bar 41 B 

tel. 
Leonard, H. B. (Elizabeth) ret T Chen- 
ango Bridge Chen 40. 
Leonard, Jefferson (Katherine) 2 ch 

carpenter O H&L E2 Johnson City Un 

451/2. 
Leonard, Mrs. Jerome E4 Binghamton. 
Leonard, Leora (dau W. V.) student 

Triangle Tri 30 Ind tel. 
Leonard, W. V. (Lida) general store 

O store Triangle Tri 30 Ind tel. 
Leslie, Eolla E. farmer T El Chenango 

Forks Fen 28 B tel. 
Lester, A. J. (Attilia J.) farmer O 72a 

3h 9c care of Friendsville Stage Bing- 
hamton Ves 76 Ind tel. 
Lester, A. J. Vestal Center. 
Lester, H. W. (Maroah) ret O 4a Ih 

Vestal Center Ves 76 Ind tel. 
Letts, Frances M. (Mary) farmer O 

120a 2h 5c El Lisle Nan 21. 
Letts, John El Lisle Nanticoke 21. 
Levee, Eugene B. farmer O 160a oh 40c 

El Conklin Conk 16 B tel. 
LeVee, Merritt (Ella) 4 ch farmer O 

160a ;;h 4c El Binghamton Conk 16 B 

tel. 
Lewis, A. C. (Lillie) 1 ch farmer O 58a 

2h 7o Lisle Lis 48. 
Lewis, Clayton (son Geo. W.) steam 

roller operator El Windsor Win 83 14 

Ind tel. 



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RUKAL DIEECTORY 



Lewis, Curtis (Carrie) 2 ch farmer O 

175a 6h 27c Whitney Point Nan 25 

Ind tel. 
Lewis, Delia T Whitney Point Nan 25. 
Lewis, Edwin farmer O' 100a 2h 10c El 

Whitney Point Tri 32. 
Lewis, Ernest (Katherine) laborer T 2h 

Whitney Point Nan 25 Ind tel. 
Lewis, Francis (Eena) 3 ch contractor 

O 6a 2h Harpursville Col 90 Ind tel. 

See adv. 
Lewis, Frank (Frances A.) contractor 

O H&L 4h Harpursville Col 90 Ind 

tel. See adv. 
Lewis, Fred contractor Harpursville 

Col 90 Ind tel. See adv. 
Lewis, Freeman (IsabeU) 2 ch farmer 

O 36a 2h 12c Whitney Point Nan 30. 
Lewis, Geo. J. farmer T El Port Crane 

Fen 18. 
Lewis, Geo. W. (Anna) 2 ch superin- 
tendent of highways O 200a oh 16c 

E2 Windsor Win 83 1^ Ind tel. 
Lewis, Mrs. Hattie A. farmer O 100a 

3h E4 Binghamton Dick 4 B tel. 
Lewis, Mrs. Hermon E. 100a El 

Chenango Forks Fen 34 B tel. 
Lewis, Ira (Grace) 1 ch steam roller 

engineer E2 Windsor Win 83^. 
Lewis, James A. (Mary E.) 2 ch farmer 

O 38a 2h 5c El Port Crane Fen 18. 
Lewis, John B. (Alice) 1 ch farmer 

O 26a Ih 2c E6 Susquehanna Pa Win 

134. 
Lewis, J. C. (Delphine) gardener 

2i^a Ih E4 Binghamton Chen 16 B 

tel. 
Lewis, Kenneth (son Geo. W.) E F D 

carrier E2 Windsor Win 831/2 Ind tel. 
Lewis, Leonard (Frances) carpenter O 

214a R4 Binghamton Clien 49. 
Lewis, Nathan (Lucinda) 4 ch farmer 

Ilia 3h 14c E3 Newark Valley Mai 

2 B tel. 
Lewis, Newell (Elizabeth) 1 ch farmer 

O 84a 2h 22c Whitney Point Nan 30 
. Ind tel. 
Lewis, Wallace M. farmer T El Port 

Crane Fen 18. 
Lgindcker, Mrs. Eliza El Kirkwood Kir 

14 Ind tel. 
Lidell, Ernest (Mary) 1 ch farmer O 

61a Killawog Lis 38. 
Light, Claude (Niua) 2 ch works on 

railroad O H&L Harpursville Col 90. 



Light, Henry (Frank) farmer O 250a 

3h 29c Sanford Snfd 7 Ind tel. 
Light, Irving 4 ch carpenter T Ih 

3c E2 Binghamton Bin 13 Ind tel. 
Light, Leonard bds with Henry Sanford 

Snfd 7. 
Lillie, Alexander (Grace) farmer O 9a 

Ih E2 Vestal Ves 2. 
Lillie, Earl (Eva) 2 ch 2a El Union 

Un 5. 
Lillie, Fred (Bessie) 1 ch farm laborer 

T R2 Vestal Ves 21. 
Lillie, Mrs. Julia E. O H&L E2 Vestal 

Ves 35. 
Lillie, Leroy J. (Delia) 3 ch T Hi Vestal 

Ves 22. 
Lillie, L. B. (Anna) farmer bds with 

Louis H. Haight El Vestal Ves 62 

Ind tel. 
Lillie, Eoy C. (Minnie E.) 2 ch shoe- 
maker T E2 Windsor Win 2 Ind tel. 
Lincoln, Charles E. (Fannie) chicken 

breeder 13a Maine Mai 24. See 

adv. 
Lind, Annie farming T El Port Crane 

Col 2. 
Lind, Charlie V. farmer O 50a 2h 13c 

El Port Crane Col 2. 
Linker im, Charles (Martha) 2 ch farmer 

O 360a 4h 40c Deposit Snfd 43 Ind 

tel. 
Linkorun, Cliarles bds with Charles De- 
posit Snfd 43. 
Linkorun, David bds with N. N. Franks 

Deposit Snfd 55. 
Linkorun, Esther bds with Charles De- 
posit Snfd 43. 
Litfin, Joe (Minnie) 5 ch shoeworker 

bds with Andrew Dobsa El Bingham- 
ton Bin 32. 
Little, William M. poultry & truck 

farm O 44a Ih 3c El Union Un 6 B 

tel. 
Littlewood, George ret H&L Lisle Lis 

45. 
Littlewood, Nettie (dau Geo.) Lisle Lis 

45. 
Livermore, Earnest J. (Eva A.) farmer 

O 27a 2h 3c El Port Crane Fen 18 B 

tel. 
Livermore, Esther H&L Lisle Lis 45 

Ind tel. 
Livermore, George (Amy) 2 ch farmer 

O 52a 7h 7c Whitney Point Bar 1. 



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Livermore, Josephine farmer 50a 4h 

10c Rl Lisle Lis 44 B tel. 
Livermore, Lewis (Carrie) 3 ch laborer 

O H&L Lisle Lis 45. 
Livermore, Mertie El Lisle Lis 28 IiuT 

tel. 
Livermore, Wm. 1 ch farmer O 130a 2h 

14c El Lisle Lis 28 Ind tel. 
Livingston, Ira E. (Hazel H.) 1 ch 

printer T E2 Johnson City Un 451/2 

Ind tel. 
Livingston, Mrs. Jesse B. T Sanitaria 

Springs Col 10 Ind tel. 
Livingston, Virge D. (Lena) 2 ch far- 
mer T 2h 7c Ouaquaga Col 84. 
Livingston, Willis A. (Lena) 2 ch prin- 
ter H&L E2 Johnson City Un 451/2. 
Lloyd, Arthur D. (Amy) farmer O 

160a 6h 20c El Conklin Conk 13. 
Lobdell, Mrs'. Alice B. farming O 80a 

3c Deposit Snfd 52. 
LOBOELL, Chauncey (Myrtle J.) laborer 

T Ih El Windsor Win II6I/2. 
Lockwood, Edward F. (Debroh A.) ret 

T Ih Sanitaria Springs Col I41/2 

Ind tel. 
Lockwood, Elmer (Lena) 1 ch farmer 

El Great Bend Pa Kir 24. 
Lockwood, Everett saw mill O 24a 2h 

7c Harpursville Col 90. 
Lockwood, Weston L. (Jennie) farmer 

T 3h 25c E4 Binghamton Dick 4. 
Logan, Edward (Grace E.) farmer O 

88a 3h 4c care of Friendsville Stage 

Vestal Center Ves 69 Ind tel. 
Lombard, John (Eose) 3 eh farmer O 

54a 2h 3c El Vestal Ves 51. 
LooMis, Grant (Alice) 1 ch creamery 

O H&L Maine Mai 42. 
Loomis, Lee I. (son L. J.) taxidermist 

Maine Mai 42. 
Lord, Clarence (son D. E.) rollerman on 

State Highways Star Eoute Hale Eddy 

Snfd 51 Ind tel. 
Lord, David E. (Mary) ret O 145a Star 

Eoute Hale Eddy Snfd 51 Ind tel. 
Lord, Eoy (Dora) dairy farmer T 3h 

25c Star Route Hale Eddy Snfd 51 

Ind tel. 
Lott, Freeman I. (Clara B.) 3 ch T E2 

Union Mai 20. 
IjOTT, George M. (Jennie J.) mail car- 
rier O 16a 2h'3e El Great Bend Pa 

Kir 23. 
Lougiilin, Bernard (Katherine) farmer 

0^1 SOa 3h 19e E3 Binghamton Kir 7. 
Loughlin, Dennis farmer O 185a 2h E3 

Binghamton Kir 43. 
Loughlin, George (Elizabeth) 2 ch 

farmer 116a 4h 30e E3 Binghamton 

Kir 7. 



Loughlin, William carpenter O 102a E2 

Binghamton Bin 25. 
Loughren, Frank (Grace) 2 ch signal 

man T Main St Chenango Forks Bar 

56. 
Louie, Logenia L. O la H&L E2 Wind- 
sor Win 28. 
Lovejoy, Eugene (Peail) farmer T 2h 

17c Harpursville Col 88 Ind tel. 
Lovejoy, E. D. (Loretta) 2 ch farmer 

60a 2h 8c Nineveh Col 90 Ind tel. 
Lovejoy, L. W. (Eoxie J.) farming O 

10a 2h El Great Bend Pa Kir 23. 
Lovejoy, Euben (Abbey) ret 100a 3h 

16c Harpursville Col 88. 
Lovelace, G. Elmer (Frances) farmer & 

thresher O 81a 5h 21c E2 Vestal Ves 

20. 
Loveless, Leland (Florence) 3 ch 

farmer T 2h 5c Vestal Center Ves 45. 
Loveless, Theodore (Susie) 1 eh wks in 

shoe factoi-y T A^estal Ves 23. 
LoVett, H. E. (Maud) 3 ch farmer T 

3h 8c El Lisle Lis 35. 
Lovland, James M. hotel clerk Maine 

Mai 26 B tel. 
Lowell, George (Susan) farmer O 53a 

2h 10c E3 Binghamton Fen 13 B tel. 
Lucas, Merton farmer T 2h 18c Whitnev 

Point Tri 5 Ind tel. 
Lucas, William (Evelyne) farming & 

liauls milk T 4h R2 Chenango Forks 

Tri 57. 
Luce, Floyd (Delight) 2 ch cement work 

O H&L Vestal Ves 23. 
Luce, Myrtle M. bds with O. D. E2 

Union Un 12 B tel. 
Luce, O. D. (Mary) farmer 64a 2h E2 

Union Un 12 B tel. 
Lucus, Arthur (Virgie) 4 ch farmer T 

3h 31c Lisle Lis 45. 
Lucus, Charles (Edith) caipenter T Ih 

El Lisle Lis 28. 
Ludington, Bert (Jessie) 4 ch farmer O 

80a 3h 10c E5 Binghamton Mai 64 B 

tel. 
Lull. Eutherford B. (Christina K.) 1 ch 

farmer O 50a 2h 7c E2 AVindsor Win 

28 Ind tel. 
Lull, Warren (Nettie) 2 ch farmer 

95a 2h 13c Whitney Point Nan 26. 
Lumli, Henry (Ada A.) 6 eh minister T 

Ih McClure Settlement Snfd 29 Ind 

tel. 
Lumb, Leonard (son Henry) school 

teacher McClure Settlement Snfd 29 

Ind tel. 
Lundahl, Mrs. Bengta E4 Binghamton 

Kir 2. 
Lundahl, Paul farmer 50a 2h 5c R4 

Binghamton Kir 2. 



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Lush, Chas. Glen Aubrey. 

Lusk, Mrs. Adela E. (dau PL C. Root) 

Upper Lisle Tri 15 Ind tel. 
Lusk, Charles contractor O H&L Glen 

Aubrey Nan 30. 
Lusk, J. C. (Anna) farmer O 72a .'!h lie 

Rl Lisle Lis 27 Ind tel. 
Lusk, W. H. (Mary) 2 ch fanner O 

120a 4h 20c Rl Lisle Lis 19. 
Lusty, Geo. (Bertha) clergyman T Main 

St Chenango Forks Bar 56. 
Luttona, Joseph section hand on D L 

& W bds with Joseph Casler Vestal 

Ves 22. 
Lux, Emil (Ella) 6 ch laborer T Hooper 

Un 32. 
Lynch, H. M. Rl Windsor. 
Lynde, O. W. (Charity) farmer O 20a 

Ih 4c Killawog Lis 41 Ind tel. 
Lyndsley, A. E. (Nettie) blacksmith T 

Harpursville Col 871/2. 
Lyng, Albert (Anna) farmer O 82a 2h 

24c Sanford Snfd 91/2 Ind tel. 
Lyon, General (Hattie) 5 ch farmer O 

186a 6h 45c Rl Bingliamton Conk 16 

B tel. 
Lyon, George C. ret O H&L Harimrsville 

'Col 871/2. 
Lyon, Smith S. (Hattie) farmer & black- 
smith O 50a 2h 3c R2 Union Mai 16 

B tel. 
McArvoy, Joe (Marie) farmer T Ih 8c 

Rl Vestal Ves 58. 
McAvoy, Thomas farm hand bds with 

Joe Rl Vestal Ves 58. 
McBurney, Fleming (Lucy) farmer O 

5i/2a Ic Triangle Tri 52. 



McCann, Sam farmer 45a 2h 11c East 

Windsor Win 102. 
McCarthy, C. farmer O 86a 6c Rl Tun- 
nel Fen 43. 
McClaud, Grover wks in creamery bds 

with E. G. Tyler Kirkwood Kir 20. 
McCORMACK, John D. (Elnora) farm 

hand Rl Ciioconut Pa Ves 33. 
McCormaek, Mrs. Lucy A. 3 ch house-. 

keeper for Charles Card O H&L R2 

Vestal Ves 17 Ind tel. 
McCready, Mrs. Emma E. O H&L Whit- 
ney Point Tri 4. 
McCrosen, Robert J. (Jane) 3 ch farmer 

O 113a 3h 14c R2 Windsor Win 78I/2. 
McCuUey, Cora bds with Thomas Rl 

Nineveh Snfd 35. 
McCulley, Frank (Jennie) 2 ch farmer 

O 120a 2h 17c Rl Nineveh Snfd 34 

Ind tel. 
McCulley, Leroy farmer O 166a 4h 27c 

Rl Nineveh Snfd 37 Ind tel. 
McCulley, Thomas (L. B.) farmer 

110a 2h lie Rl Nineveh Snfd 35 Ind 

tel. 
McOullough, Mrs. Amanda farming O 

110a 5h lie Rl Tunnel Col 51 Ind tel. 
McCullough, R. C. ( Nettie). 2 ch farmer 

O' 110a 5h lie Rl Tunnel Col 51 Ind 

tel. 
McDaniel, Mrs. Harriett L. O la Port 

Crane Fen 9. 
McDonald, Elizabeth bds with Geo. 

Whitney Sanford Snfd 32. 
McDonald, Mrs. Margaret T R Port 

Crane Fen 25. 




Filling a Silo. 
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BROOME COUNTY 



McDonald, W. (Belle) farmer O 100a 

2h 15e Sanford Siifd 41 Ind tcl. 
McDonough, J. V. (Clara) farmer O 

114a 4h 29c Sanford Snfd 31. 
McGee, Burdett (Hattie) 2 ch farmer O 

40a 3c Itaska Bar 33. 
McGee, John (Mary A.) farmer O 31a 

Ih 2c Triangle Stage Route Whitney 

Point Tri 11 Ind tel. 
McGinnis, Jim (Margaret) 9 ch farmer 

O 160a 3h 23c Glen Aubrey Nan 32. 
McGinnis, John J. (Katherine) 3 ch 

machinist T Glen Aubrey Nan 33. 
McGonigan, John J. (Katherine) em- 
ploye D L & W R R Co O 50a Rl 

Hallstead Pa Conk 42 B tel. 
McGory, Lewis (Ellen) 3 ch farmer O 

150a 4h 22c Whitney Point Tri 28. 
McGowAN, Chas. (Carrie) 1 ch farmer 

O 240a 2h 26c Itaska Bar 32 B tel. 
McGowan, Leo I. (Emma) farmer T 

HI Chenango Forks Fen 1. 
McGowan, Patrick (Mary) farmer T 2c 

Gulf Summit Snfd 19. 
McGowan, Steven (Delia) 1 ch farmer 

T 5h 5c Rl Conklin Conk 33. 
McGowan, Thomas (Fannie L.) farmer 

O 110a 3h 35c Rl Chenango Forks 

Fen 1. 
McGrath, Michael (Margaret) 3 ch 

farmer 82a 2h Ic R2 Harpursville 

Col 44. 
McGraw, Michael ret bds with Mrs. Julia 

Giblin R2 Binghamton Bin 19 Ind 

tel. 
McGraw, Thoman ret bds with William 

Cummings Rl Kirkwood Kir 19. 
McGregor, J. B. Maine. 
McHugh, Frank farmer T Ic Chenango 

Forks Fen 31. 
McHxJGH, Geo. H. (Larra E.) 5 ch 

farmer O 92a 2h 17c Chenango Forks 

Fen 31. 
McHugh, John W. farmer T Clienango 

Forks Fen 31. 
Mcintosh, Elmer (Addie) farmer O 200a 

3h 25c R2 Berkshire Lis 12. 
Mcintosh, G. W. (Mariett) farmer 

5y2a Ih 3c Center Village Col 101. ' 
Mcintosh, James P. (Nellie R.) wks at 

E. J. shoe factory O 6a R2 Johnson 
City Un 24 B tel. 
Mcintosh, Lambert (Polly) farmer O 

30%a Ic R2 Harpursville Col 92. 
Mclntyre, Addison farmer O 50a RD 

Great Bend Pa Win 47. 
Mclntyre, Edwin farmer O 155a 4h 36c 

R2 Harpursville Col 41 Ind tel. 
MclNTYRE, Franklin F. (Clara) 2 ch 
farmer T 3h 13c R3 Newark Valley 
Mai 5 B tel. 



MclNTYKE, MuRRY L. (Jennie) farmer 
O 110a' 2h lie R2 Harpursville Col 43. 
Mcfntyre, Z. A. (Emma) farmer O 155a 
4h ;i6c R2 Harpursville Col 41 Ind tel. 
McKime, James F. (Dora R.) farmer O 
115a 6c R6 Susquehanna Pa Win 109 
Ind tel. 
McKnin, Leon (Flora) laborer R2 Rich- 
ford Lis 20. 
McKune, Walter (son Ida Breese) 

farmer Rl East Windsor Win 101. 
McLaud, R. J. (Maud) 4 ch farmer T 

2h 20c Rl Kirkwood Win 71/2. 
McLaury, Martin (Marguerite) farmer 
O 106a 5h 12c Deposit Snfd 56 Ind 
tel. 
McLaury, Thomas S. (Fannie M.) dairy 
farmer O 235a 2h 21c Deposit Snfd 
47 B tel. 
McLean, Frank physician Chenango 

Forks Bar. 
McLean, Joseph M. (Margaret) 1 ch 
farmer O 212a 4h 32c Center Village 
Col 101 Ind tel. 
McLean, Ralph (Mettie) 3 ch black- 
smith O la Rl Tunnel Col 22 Ind tel. 
MeMahon, James E. (Mary A.) 4 ch 
general merchandise O 2li Ic Rl Wind- 
sor Snfd 17 B & Ind tels. 
McMurray, J. S. beekeeper O 70a De- 
posit Snfd 50. 
McNally, M. J. (Ruth) ret T Rl Port 

Crane Fen 18. 
McNamaka, Helen C. attorney R5 Bing- 
hamton Bin B tel. 
McNamara, Pat 6 ch farmer 120a 4h 

17c Center Lisle Lis 20. 
McNeal, Olive E. church work T Oua- 

quaga Col 84. 
McNish, I. D. (Lena) 2 ch mechanic & 

chauffeur T R2 Vestal Ves 21. . 
McVey, J. W. (Anna) general store T 3h 

Castle Creek Chen 28 B tel. 
McWhooter, Bert J. (Margaret) farmer 

T 2h 6c Rl Union Un 7. 
Macallister, Frank A. (Mary E.) 1 ch 
farmer & lumberman O 156a 3h 10c 
R4 Susquehanna Pa Win 52 Ind tel. 
Macallister, Wayne (son Frank A.) 
farmer & teamster 2h R4 Susquehanna 
Pa Win 52 Ind tel. 
MacDonald, F. L. (Gertrude L.) farmer 
& carpenter T Ih 7c Glen Castle Chen 
20 B tel. • 
MacDonald, Raymond farming Rl 

Kirkwood Win 23. 
MacFarland, Merle (Ella P.) 3 ch 
farmer & milk dealer O 250a 7h 75e 
Deposit Snfd 53 B tel. 
Mackintosh, John (Maud) 1 ch section 
hand H&L Harpursville Col 90. 



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MacMurdy, Adelaide (dau W. J.) Rl 

Binghamton Conk 1 B tel. 
MacMurdy, Mrs. W. J. farmer O 66a 

Rl Binghamton Conk 1 B tel. 
Macomber, Mrs. E. L. O 56a R4 Bing- 
hamton Fen 10 B tel. 
Macomber, Theodore M. (Flora M.) 3 

ch gardener O 27a 3h le R4 Bingham- 
ton Fen 10 B tel. 
Madison, Alva (Jennie) 2 ch farmer & 

gardener O 15a 2h R3 Binghamton 

Kir 44. 
Magee, B. K. (Edna) 3 ch farmer O 33a 

Ih Lisle Lis 50 Ind tel. 
Magee, Charles 4 ch T 3h Ic Vestal 

Center Ves 62. 
Mahar, John farmer O 300a 51i 60c R4 

Binghamton Chen 31. 
Mahoney, Con (Elizabeth) 2 ch laborer 

Lisle Lis 49 Ind tel. 
Mahoney, Jerry farmer 250a 3h 30c 

Lisle Lis 49 Ind tel. 
Mains, Harry B. (Carrie) 1 ch farmer 

T R2 Johnson City Un 45 B tel. 
Mallery, Osmer (Edna) 1 ch farmer 

122a 2h lie R6 Susquehanna Pa Win 

107 Ind tel. 
Mallett, Walter O. laborer Main St 

Center Village Col 91. 
Malloy, Clarence R. (Angy) farmer O 

91a 3h 8c Rl Johnson City Mai 71 B 

tel. 
Malonay, Thomas farmer 200a 5h 25c 

Whitney Point Nan 26 Ind tel. 
Maloy, Cassie 73a 5c R2 Richford 

Lis 4. 
Maloy. Charles (Anna) 2 ch farmer O 

3a 2h 5c R2 Richford Lis 4. 
Manchester, Albert (Frances) ret O 

H&L Killawog Lis 37. 
Mandigo, C. E. (Mary) 4 ch butter & 

cheese maker 8a Ih Onaquaga Win 

101. 
Mandigo, Elveria (dau C. E.) Ouaquaga 

Win 101. 
Maney, Daniel (May) 5 eli works at 

Endicott Johnson shoe factory O H&L 

R5 Binghamton Un 50 Ind tel. 
Mann, D. M. (Mary) farmer O 100a 2h 

19c North Sanford Snfd 59. 
Mann, W. A. (Mary) 3 ch merchant T 

Ih Union Center Un 12 B tel. 
Manville, Henry E. (Gertrude) 1 ch 

farmer O 165a 3h 6c Rl Kirkwood Kir 

16. 
Manville, Mrs. Jane A. T Rl Port Crane 

Fen 18. 
Manwaring, Wm. (Florence) farmer O 

200a 3h 25c Rl Lisle Nan 10 Ind tel. 
Mapes, A. W. (Caroline) 1 ch druggist 

O H&L Vestal Ves 22 B tel. 



Marano, Angelo (Filomena) 3 ch farmer 

O 65a 2h 3c R3 Binghamton Kir 48. 
Marbaker, Melvin E. (Hattie) 1 ch 

farming & carpenter T 3h 10c Rl 

Vestal Ves 91 B tel. 
Marble, Arthur farmer T 4h 14c R2 

Harpursville Col 34 Ind tel. 
Marble, C. J. R2 Harpursville. 
Marble, Eloy (Jennie) caretaker at State 

Hospital R3 Binghamton Kir 9 Ind 

tel. 
Marble, Fred L. harness maker H&L 

Sanitaria Springs Col 10. 
Marble, Orin (Hannah) 1 ch farmer 

100a 4h 14c R2 Harpursville Col 34 

Ind tel. 
Marble, Sidney (Edith) farmer O 80a 

3h 20c R2 Chenango Forks Bar 41 

B tel. 
Marble, William K. (Olive L.) works at 

oil station O H&L Sanitaria Springs 

Col 10 Ind tel. 
March, Robert bds with Geo. E. Austin 

Rl Nineveh Snfd 34. 
March, Theodore Burr bds with Geo. 

E. Austin Rl Mineveh Snfd 34. 
Marchman, S. J. (Sara) 1 ch farmer O 

210a 4h Rl Clienango Forks Fen 30 

B tel. 
Marean, B. C. (Pamelia) 1 ch farmer 

O 128a 4h 2c R2 Union Mai 16 B tel. 
Marean, Dan< farmer O 70a 2h 2c Glen 

Aubrey Nan 33 Ind tel. 
Marean, Earl (Emma) farmer O 70a 2h 

12c Glen Aubrey Nan 33. 
Marean, Fitch "H. (Edith L.) 2 ch 

farmer 50a 3h 9c R2 Maine Mai 21 

B tel. 
Marean, Henry mill hand T Castle Creek 

Chen 26. 
Marean, Mrs. Martha C. farmer O 340a 

4h 32c Glen Aubrey Mai 54 B tel. 
Marean, Thomas farmer O 90a Maine 

Mai 36 B tel. 
Marecek, Paul (Susie) 3 ch farmer O 

100a 2h 5e Castle Creek Chen 32. 
Maricle, Millard (Arvilla) fanner T 

4h 19c Upper Lisle Tri 3. 
Maricle, Raymond (Elizabetli) 1 ch 

farmer Upper Lisle Tri 3. 
Maricle, W. H. (Dora) 6 ch farmer T 

2h 14c Upper Lisle Tri 2. 
Marine, James section hand on D T & 

W bds with Joseph Casler Vestal Ves 

22. 
Mark, Lucius (Dora) farmer O 88a 2h 

19e Rl Lisle Lis 28 Ind tel. 
Markham, Cliarles M. farm laborer R6 

Susquehanna Pa Win 107. 
Markham, Fred (Lillian) 1 ch painter 

O H&L Center Village Col 101. 



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Marks, Charlks (Anna) 1 ch farmer 

T lOh 48e El Lisle Lis 19 Ind tel. 
Marks, Philander (Matilda) laborer O 

H«StL Ih Center Lisle Lis 20 B tel. 
Marks, Verian (Bell) 1 ch farming 

120a 5h 15c Lisle Lis 44. 
Marra, Gorman section hand on D L & 

W bds with Joseph Casler Vestal Ves 

oo 

Marsh, C. D. dealer in furs & country 

produce O 3a Kirkwood Kir 22 Ind 

tel. 
Marsh, M. F. (Jesse) telegraph opera- 
tor O H&L Nineveh Col 90. 
Marshal, Hiland (Hattie) 7 ch laborer 

T 4h 32c R2 Richford Lis 22 Ind tel. 
Marshal, Walter (Mary) 1 ch painter T 

Ih Rl Binghamton Bin 46. 
Marshall, Fenton (Hazel) laborer T 

Whitney Point Nan 16 Ind tel. 
Marshall, Frank (Minnie) 1 ch laborer 

T Whitney Point Nan 2.5 Ind tel. 
Marshall, John (Amanda) farmer T 2h 

Ic Whitney Point Nan 16 Ind tel. 
Marshan, Jacob M. 3 ch farmer O 80a 

3h 12c Rl Chenango Forks Fen 1. 
Marshan, Mary E. farmer T Rl Clien- 

ango Forks Fen, 1, 
Marshall, William H. farmer T Rl 

Chenango Forks Fen 1. 
Marthery, a. S. Rl Binghamton. 
Martin, Agnes (dau Earl C.) telephone 

operator Rl Great Bend Pa Win 21. 
Martin, Aubert (Mary) farmer O 100a 

2h 7c R2 Vestal Ves 20. 
Martin, Byron (Evelyn) 5 ch dairy 

farming T 6h lOOe Gulf Summit Snfd 

17. 
Martin, C. S. ret O 90a North Sanford 

Snfd 59. 
Martin, Earl C. 2 ch telephone lineman 

T Ih Rl Great Bend Pa Win 21 Ind 

tel. 
Martin, E. J. farming O l30a 3h 30e Rl 

Vestal Ves 84 B tel. 
Martin, Frank (Katie) 3 ch farmer O 

75a 2h 9c Rl Port Crane Col 2. 
Martin, George (Elizabeth) 4 ch farmer 

O 137a 3h 9c R2 Vestal Ves 20. 
Martin, Glenn (son Aubert) farmer R2 

Vestal Ves 20. 
Martin, Mrs. Harry T Main St Center 

Village Col 91. 
Martin, Jacob B. farm laborer Rl Wind- 
sor Snfd 17. 
Martin, Marian bds with E. D. Adriance 

R2 Johnson City Un 21 B tel. 
Martin, M. M. (Fannie) farmer O 57a 

2h 7c Center Village Col 95 Ind tel. 
Martin, Willard (Edna M.) 3 ch cream- 
ery man T Gulf Summit Snfd. 



Martinek, Joe (Mary) 3 ch shoeworker 

& farmer 40a Ih le Rl Vestal Ves 

49. 
Martinek, Joseph farmer O H&L Ih Ic 

R3 Binghamton Col 7. 
Marvin, Floyd farmer R2 Windsor 

Win 2. 
Marvin, Fred (Deleia) 3 ch farmer O 

50a Ih 4e 4 sheep R2 Windsor Win 2. 
Marvin, Geo. W. Rl Conklin. 
Marvin, J. S. farmer O 137a 4h 41c 

Deposit Snfd 44 Ind tel. 
Marvin, Lewis (Olive) 1 ch farmer O 

25a 3h 8c Rl Harpursville Col 58. 
Mason, Mrs. Amelia A. farming O 123a 

4h 7c R2 Vestal Ves 8 Ind tel. 
Mason, Arnold (Nettie) farmer O 107a 

3h 10c Rl Nineveh Col 100. 
Mason, Arthur R2 Johnson City. 
Mason, Frank E. (Emma) 1 ch laborer 

T Ih Union Center Un 12 B tel. 
Mason, Herman (Ruth) farmer O 100a 

2h 4c Rl Corbettsville Conk 41. 
Mason, L. A. (Goldie) (son Mrs. Amelia) 

1 ch farmer R2 Vestal Ves 8 Ind tel. 
Matherney, Andrew S. farmer O 150a 

5h 4c Rl Binghamton Bing 31. 
Mathews, Elmer farmer O 4a Hi Rl 

Great Bend Pa Win 21 Ind tel. 
Mathewson, James D. (Julia) farmer 

55a Ih 12c Lisle Lis 49. 
Matterson, Warren W. (Ella I.) farmer 

O 18a Ih 2c R5 Binghamton Dick 2 

B tel. 
Matthews, Elbert (May L.) 6 ch 

farming O 80a 2h 30c Gulf Summit 

Snfd 19 Ind tel. 
Matthews, Victor A. (Myra L.) 2 ch 

dairy farming O 100a 2h 25e Hale 

Eddy Snfd 51. 
Mattoon, M. D. (Jennie) ret O H&L 

Sanitaria Springs Col 14%. 
Mauer, Edward G. (Julia E.) 5 cli 

farmer T 2h 26c North Sanford Snfd 

60 Ind tel. 
Maus, Henry (Sophia) 6 ch farmer O 

104a 4h 26c R2 Johnson City Un 44 

B tel. 
Mfiutton, George (Emma) fanner 20a 

5h 13c R2 Union Mai 23. 
Mauzer. A. D. farming bds with E. W. 

Ryns E2 Windsor Win 36 Ind tel. 
Maxian, Michael (Eva) 5 ch farmer & 

fruit grower O 182a 4h 22c R2 Bing- 
hamton Bin 7. 
Maxian, Peter (son Michael) farmer R2 

Binghamton Bin 7. 
Maxwell, L. E. (Alma O.) farming O 

87a 4h 6c R2 Windsor Win 70. 
Maynard, Geo. H. (Hervilla) carpenter 

O 192a 3h 15c R2 Windsor Win 83. 



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EUEAL DIEECTORY 



Maynarj), George I. (Eva) farmer & 
carpenter T E2 Vestal Ves 48 Iiid tel. 

Mayo, Adelbert B. (Cora) farmer O 
99a 2h 19c R2 Susquehanna Pa Win 
86 Ind tel. 

Mayo, Bernice school bds at Ira Lewis 
R2 Windsor Win 83%. 

Mayo, George M. (Eva) 2 ch farmer T 
E2 Harjjursville Col 50. 

Mayo, Mrs. Helen O H&L El Great 
Bend Pa Kir 23. 

Mayo, Mrs. Jane O H&L Center Village 
Col 91. 

Mayo, Jane (dau Helen) El Great Bend 
Pa Kir 23. 

Mayo, Lillian (dau M.) El Windsor Win 
1301/2. 

Mayo, Lloyd (son M.) laborer El Wind- 
sor Win 1301/^. 

Mavo, Mertel (son M.) teaclier public 
school El Windsor Win 130%. 

Mayo, M. (Alice) 7 ch farmer & lumber- 
man T 2h 6c El Windsor Win 1301/2. 

Mayo, Euth (dau M.) El Windsor Win 
130%. 

Mayo, William H. (Ida A.) farmer T 
2h E2 Harpursville Col 71. 

Meacham, C. D. (Lottie) farming T Wil- 
low Point Ves 53. 

Meacham, J. D. (Elizabeth) 3 ch la- 
borer O H&L Upper Lisle Tri 4. 

Mead, Eliza A. farmer T E4 Bingham- 
ton Fen 10. 

Mead, Geo. (Nellie) 1 ch farmer 165a 
4h 31e Tunnel Col 51. 

Mead, G. S. (Ella) laborer O H&L Ves- 
tal Center Ves 65. 

Mead, John farmer O 113a Ih 5c Ves- 
tal Center Ves 67 Ind tel. 

Mead, Mrs. Katherine 2 ch farmer T 
E4 Bingham ton Fen 10 B tel. 

Mead. MERpaxx E. farmer O 5a E4 Bing- 
hamton Fen 10 B tel. 

Mead, Walter (Mabel) 2 ch farmer T 
4h 31e Tunnel Col 51. 

Mead, William H. (Ella F.) farmer O 
li/4a Ic E4 Binghamton Chen 42 B 
tel. 
.Meade, Mrs. James 4 ch O H&L Lisle 
Lis 45. 

Meagher, James (Kate) farmer O 100a 
2h 14c E4 Binghamton Chen 52 B tel. 



Meaker, Arthur E. (Marthg,) ret O 

100a 2h 3c El Binghamton Bin 33 

Ind tel. 
Meaker, Ashton (Emma) 5 ch farmer 

T 3h 6c El Conklin Bin 34 Ind tel. 
Meaker, E. A. (Maude) 1 ch farmer 

& well driller O 17a 2h Ic El Conklin 

Bin 39 Ind tel. 
Meaker, Nelson M. (son Ashton) U S 

sailor El Conklin Bin 34 Ind tel. 
Medlar, James M. (Leah) barber T E2 

Binghamton Bin 20. 
Meeker, A. L. (Ellen) general mer- 
chandise O H&L store Ic E2 Windsor 

Win 28 Ind tel. See adv. 
Meeker, Carrie M. (dau Mrs. Eva A.) 

E2 Binghamton Bin 20 Ind tel. 
Meeker, Chas. E. Harpursville. 
Meeker, Mrs. Eva A. farmer O 35a lli 

7c E2 Binghamton Bin 20 Ind tel. 
Meeker, Geo. (Gertrude) 3 ch farmer T 

4h 17c El Harpursville Col 66. . 
Meeker, Myron (Ida) 2 ch carpenter 

& farmer O 80a 2h 7c E2 Binghamton 

Bin 11 Ind tel. 
Meeker, Egbert L. (Pearl) farmer O 

85a 2h lie El Vestal Ves 59 Ind tel. 
Meer, Ralph section hand on D L & W 

bds witli Joseph Casler Vestal Ves 22. 
Menzel, Joseph (Bertha.) 2 ch dairy & 

general farmer O 325a 4h 65c El 

Windsor Snfd 17 B tel. 
Menzel, Joseph, Jr. (son Joseph, Sr.) 

farm hand El Windsor Snfd 17 B tel. 
Mercereau, Mrs. Amelia O 64a 5h 3c 

Vestal Ves 23%. 
Mercerseau, Clarence (T^uis) carpenter 

& painter O H&L Vestal Ves 21., 
Merchant, T. B. lawyer O 400a 5h 80c 

Binghamton Conk 8 B tel. 
Merrell, Lewis ret O H&L E2 Joinison 

City Un 45. 
Merrell, Lucy A. O 76a lli Ic El Tunnel 

Fen 46. 
Merrell, William A. (Cora) 1 ch ret 

T Ih Harpursville Col 91 Ind tel. 
Merrianl, Ella farmer T Rl Tunnel Fen 

48. 
Merrianl, William farmer O 80a 8h 15c 

El Tunnel Fen 48. 
Merril, Lewis W. farmer O 102a 2h 19c 

Sanford Snfd 39 Ind tel. 



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Merrill, Alfred M. (Clara B.) 1 ch 

farmer O 100a 21i 21c R2 Harpurs- 

ville Col 92 Iiid tol. 
Merrill, Mrs. Elizabeth fanning O 100a 

2h 21c R2 Hari)ursville Col 92. 
Merrill, Fred O. (Louise) ret O 5a R4 

Bingham ton Fen 10 B tel. 
Merrill, W. C. (Susie) farmer O 50a 

2h 12c North Sanford Sufd 59 Jnd 

tel. 
Merritt, Albert (Helena) 1 ch section 

foreman T Chenango Forks Bar 32. 
Merritt, A. E. (Jennie) 1 ch farmer O 

69a 2h 25c Rl Nineveh Col 106 Ind 

tel. 
Merritt, Chester L. (Maria S.) 2 ch 

farmer O 68a 4h 9c Rl Port Crane 

Fen 8. 
Mersereau, C. F. (Susie) carpenter O 

8a 2c Glen Castle Chen 28 B tel. 
Mersereau, G. D. (Maritta) 1 ch farmer 
' O 148a 4h 15c R2 Vestal Ves 21 Ind 

tel. 
Mersereau, Herbert car^jenter bds with 

Flovd Luce Vestal Ves 23. 
Mersereau, Mrs. Sarah E. Hc%L Rl 

Vestal Ves 23. 
Metcalf. William (Ella) 1 ch farmer O 

84a 2h 14c Rl Nineveh Col 117. 
Metciff, John (Emma T.) 2 ch farm 

laborer Rl Whitney Point Tri 14. 
Meve, Geo. A. Rl Windsor. 
Meyer, Peter farmer O 270a Rl Kirk- 
wood Kir 22. 
Meyers, Herbert (Mary) 1 eh farmer 

6 75a 3h 22c R3 Greene Tri 60 Ind 

tel. 
Meyers, Levi (Sarah) 1 ch ret O 12a 

Ih 2c Whitney Point Tri 11 Ind tel. 
Micalizzi, Frank (Atixcotina) 6 ch la- 
borer O 40a Ih 6c R2 Binghamton 

Bin 5. 
Michaels, E. M. (Blanche) 3 ch station 

agent T Bridge St Center Village Col. 
Middleton, George farmer O 50a 3h 2c 

Whitney Point Nan 16. 
Mikels, George A. (Nellie) farmer O 84a 

3h 9c Rl Vestal Ves 75 Ind tel. 
Miles, H. (Nancy) farmer O 93a 2h 6c 

Rl Nineveh Col 100. 
Milk, Frank (Grace) 2 ch farmer O 

100a 4h 8c R2 Binghamton Bin 18. 
Milk, Sarah Ammandy bds with Frank 

R2 Bingliamton Bin 18. 
Milks, John R2 Binghamton. 
Millard, Bruce E. (Nellie E.) 1 ch 

farmer O Ilia 2h 20c Maine Mai 52 

B tel. 
Millard, Earl S. (Verna) 2 ch farmer 

O 82a 2h 10c R2 Maine Mai 21 B 

tel. 



Millard, F. E. (Katherine) farmer O 

20a R2 Union Mai 21 B tel. 
Millen, Mrs. Clara A. farming O 153a 

Chenango Forks Fen 3. 
MiUen, Clara E. farming T Chenango 

Forks Fen 3. 
Millen, Geo. B. shoe worker T Chenango 

Forks Fen 3. 
Millen, Henry C. farmer T 2h 5c 73 

sheep Chenango Forks Fen 3. 
Millen, Joel farmer O 42a Rl Lisle Lis 

35. 
Miller, Addison 1 ch farmer T 2h 55c 

Rl Lisle Lis 20 Ind tel. 
Miller, Albert (Eva) 1 ch farmer O 

63a 2h 7c R2 Susquehanna Pa Win 60 

Ind tel. 
Miller, Alex. (Elizabeth) 3 ch farmer 

O 17a 2h Ic Rl Choconut Pa Ves 40. 
Miller, Mrs. Almira T Port Crane 

Fen 8. 
Miller, Bert (Frances E.) farmer O 

120a 2h 17c R2 Harpursville Col 86. 
Miller, Bert (Julia) laborer T R2 Vestal 

Ves 3. 
Miller, Chas. (Mary) farmer bds with 

P. H. Elsen R2 Windsor Win 29. 
Miller, Chas. R. (Lizzie) 2 ch farmer O 

75a 3h 9c Rl Vestal Ves 86. 
Miller, Geo. (Florence) clerk T R4 Bing- 
hamton Fen 10. 
Miller, George (Abbie) farmer T 3h 18c 

Tunnel Col 18 Ind tel. 
Miller, Geo. R. (Sara J.) chair mfr 

T Rl Tunnel Col 16. 
Miller, H. K. (Catherine) farmer O 88a 

3h 20c R4 Binghamton Chen 50. 
Miller, James B. (Martha) farmer O 

213a 2h 16c Sanford Snfd 9y2 Ind 

tel. 
Miller, Lester C. ret T Rl Chenango 

Forks Fen 28. 
Miller, Mary (dau Albert) school teacher 

R2 Susquehanna Pa Win 60. 
Miller, Pearl teacher bds with Mary 

Lawler Rl Nineveh Snfd 37. 
Miller, Ray (Jennie) 1 ch farmer T 3h 

48c Harpursville Col 74 Ind tel. 
Miller, R. J. (Dora) 1 ch farmer O 84a 

2h 15c R2 Harpursville Col 86 Ind 

tel. 
Miller, Mrs. Sarah T Rl Chenango Forks 

Fen 28. . 
Miller, Tom H. (Ethel) 1 ch farmer O 

80a 2h 8c Rl Tunnel Col 16. 
Miller, T. H. Sanitaria Springs. 
Miller, W. E. farmer Center Village Col 

95. 
Mills, Budd E. (Agnes M.) 1 ch farmer 

T 2h lOe R2 Union Mai 14 B tel. 



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Mills, Ethel bds with James Deposit 

Snfd 44. 
Mills, Frank C. (Marietta) 2 ch farmer 

O 198a 4h 59e Deposit Snfd 55 Ind 

tel. 
Mills, Gurdon T. (Ida M.) farmer O 

75a 2h 6c R2 Union Mai 15 B tel. 
Mills, Henry (Belle) 1 ch farmer 130a 

2h 20c East Windsor Win 125. 
Mills, James (Blanche) 2 ch farmer 

O 275a 5h 42c Deposit Snfd 44 Ind 

tel. 
Mills, Wesley bds with James Deposit 

Snfd 44. 
Miner, Harman A. (Emma) merchant O 

3a Ih Rl Conklin Conk 17 B tel. 
Miner, Vernon 2 ch farmer O 213a 2h 

20c R2 Harpursville Col. 34. 
Miner, Vernon E. (Jane) 4 ch farmer 

O 180a 2h 12c R2 Harpursville Col 

12. 
Miner, William (Myrtie) 4 ch laborer 

O H&L Ic Castle Creek Chen 28 B 

tel. 
Minner, Bessie bds with George Sanford 

Snfd. 
Minner, George (Maude) farmer O 276a 

6h 45c Sanford Snfd Ind tel. 
Minns, Edward R. (Daisy A.) 2 ch agri- 
culturist O 13a R4 Binghamton Chen 

16 B tel. 
Misner, S. L. (Emeline) teamst«r T 

Triangle Tri 51. 
Mitchell, Carrie (dau G. P. Sibley) R2 

Chenango Forks Tri 53. 
Mitchell, Cliarley (Rose) 1 ch farmer O 

94a 2h 7e Whitney Point Tri 26. 
Mitchell, Floyd D. (Gertrude) farmer 

O 14a Ih 2c Rl Union Un 7 B tel. 



Mitchell, Mrs. Mary Whitney Point Tri 

26. 
Mix, H. C. (Edith) horse breeder O 20a 

5h Ic Chenango Forks Chen 33. 
Moat, Claude (Bessie) road commis- 
sioner a H&L Rl Nineveh Col 117 Ind 

tel. 
Moat, L. A. (Rosa) makes whips 134a 

2h 6e Rl Kirkwood Kir 38 Ind tel. 
Moat, J. A.' (Elizabeth) 3 ch farmer O 

H&L 2h Harpursville Col 92 Ind tel. 
Moate, Eva M. housework T Sanitaria 

Springs Col 10. 
Moate, Frank (Rosetta) 3 ch caretaker 

of Kilner Sanitarium T Ih le Sani- 
taria Springs Col 10 B tel. 
Moffatt, Arrv W. (Dora F.) farmer O 

12a Ih 2c *R1 Chenango Forks Fen 34 

B tel. 
Monahan, Dan (Nellie) 1 ch section 

hand T Ih 2c Itaska Bar 32. 
Monahan, Frank (Anna) 3 ch farmer 

O 150a 3h 16c R2 Binghamton Bin 11 

Ind tel. 
Monahan, Mrs. Julia R2 Binghamton 

Bin 11 Ind tel. 
Monahan, William Ernest (Tillie) black- 
smith 15a 2h R2 Binghamton Bin 

11 Ind tel. 
Monk, Abe (Mary) 2 ch railroader 

H&L Lisle Lis 46. 
Monk, Clarence A. (grandson Eugene) 

teamster Triangle Tri. 
Monk, Eugene (Flora J.) farmer O H&L 

2h Triangle. 
Monk, George ret O H&L Triangle. 
Monk, Herald J. (Grandson Eugene) 

student Triangle Tri. 
Monk, Julius ret H&L Triangle Tri 

51. 




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Monk, S. D. (Clara) 6 ch farni,er T 2h 
12c E3 Greene Tri 60 Ind tel. 

Monroe, B. W. (Ada M.) 2 ch black- 
smith O H&L Ih 2c Castle Creek 
Chen 28 B tel. 

Monroe, Charles H. (Eva) 2 ch farmer 
O 125a 4h 22c R5 Binghamton Chen 
22 B tel. 

Monroe, Clayton (Minnie) 2 ch farmer 
T 2h 40c R2 Johnson City Un 45 B 
tel. 

Monroe, James H. (Sarah) farmer 
64a 2h Ic E2 Union Un 12. 

Monroe, John W. (Phoebe A.) 2 ch 
blacksmith T 3h Port Crane Fen 18. 

Monroe, W. H. (Bertha) blacksmith T 
Castle Creek Chen 28 B tel. 

Montgomery, F. E. R1 Harpursville. 

Moor, Fred E. (Eva) 2 ch machinist O 
llOa 2h 20c Windsor Win 84 Ind tel. 

Moor, Samuel farmer T 2h Rl Harpurs- 
ville Col 69. 

Moore, Mrs. Anna T Rl Windsor Snfd 
17 B tel. 

Moore, Charles (Margaret) laborer O 
H&L Killawog Lisle 41. 

Moore, Charles (Sarah) .3 ch farmer 
O 100a 3h 13c Rl Vestal Ves 63 Ind 
tel. 

Moore, Ed blacksmith O H&L RD Har- 
pursville Col 90. 

Moore, Fred A. (OUie L.) 3 ch farm- 
ing O 60a 3h 14c Rl Windsor Snfd 
171/2. 

Moore, Harry M. (Agnes D.) 5 ch min- 
ister O H&L Port Dickinson Fen 10. 

Moorhead, Elmer (Mamie) 2 ch laborer 
T Triangle. 

Moorhead, Frank (Emma) teamster & 
thresher O H&L 5h Triangle Tri 30. 

Moorhead, James H. (Mabel) 1 ch 
teamster T 2h 2c Triangle Tri 30. 

Moorhead, Leslie teamster Triangle Tri 
30. 

Moorhead, W,. J. (Helen) 1 ch teamster 
T 2h Triangle Tri 30. 

Moot, Ernest M. (Blanche) 1 ch farmer 
2a Ih 3c Ouaquaga Win. 801/3. 

Moot, Gladys M. (dau Ernest) teacher 
public school Ouaquaga Win 80^^. 

Moot, Jesse (Ly<lia) 4 ch farmer T 3h 
60c Tunnel Col 19. 

Moot, Nicholas (Achsa) farmer O 72a 
3h 60c Tunnel Col 19. 

Morenns, Moriah bds R2 Richford Lis 4. 

Morenns, Wm. bds R2 Richford Lis 4. 

Morgan, Mrs. Dora Harpursville. 

Morgan, E. H. (Mary) farmer O 173a 
2h 17c Rl Lisle Nan 10. 

Morgan, Mrs. Harry Rl Vestal. 



Morgan, Mrs. Hattie (dau Ervin Pren- 
tice) 2 ch Rl Conklin Conk 33 B tel. 

Morgan, H. C. laborer T Rl Lisle Nan 9. 

Morgan, Irving L. (May E.) 4 ch cream- 
ery man T McClure Settlement Snfd 
17. 

Morgan, L. W. (Carrie) 3 ch farmer O 
120a 5h 25c Rl Whitney Point Tri 37 
Ind tel. 

Morgan, Merian (Kate) 2 ch laborer T 
Rl Lisle Nan 9 Ind tel, 

Morgan, N. S. (Anna) 1 ch farmer O 
116a 2h 9c Whitney Point Nan 27. 

Morgan, O. T. (J. B.) farijier O 66a 
2h 5c R2 Harpursville Col 71. 

Morgan, Will (Eldora) farmer O 23a 
2h 4c Harpursville Col 74. 

Morgan, Wm. farmer Harpursville Col 
92. 

Morine, Merle M. 1 ch bds with Jay 
Bilby Deposit Snfd 61. 

Morkleineo, Joe D H R R Co laborer T 
Port Crane Fen 12. 

Morrell, Wesley (Hattie) 2 ch wks for 
Fatz felting factory O 10a Ih R5 
Binghamton Un 51. 

Morris, Arthur R. telegraph operator 
Harpursville Col 74. 

Morris, Mrs. C. A. O 150a 4h 12e Rl 
A^estal Ves 84. 

Morris, William H. (Lillian) 2 ch car- 
penter T Harpursville Col 74. 

Morris, W. B. ( Grace) y actor O 130a 3h 
13c Center Village Col 95. 

Morrison, Alford H. (Bessie) farmer T 
3h 37c R2 Susquehanna Pa Win 99 
Ind tel. 

Morrison, Earl milk station East Wind- 
sor Win 103. 

Morrison, John (Anna) 1 ch farmer T 
2h 6c East Windsor Win 103. 

Morrison, Patrick (Genevieve) 1 ch 
farmer O 91a 3h 12c R2 Binghamton 
Bin 8 Ind tel. 

Morrison, Percy (Sarah) 4 ch section 
hand T Rl Nineveh Col 117. 

Morrison, W. D. (Clara) 2 ch farmer 
O 82a 2h 9c R2 Binghamton Bin 19. 

Morse, Cortez C. (Sarah) ret O H&L 
Vestal Ves 21. 

Morse, Dorothy (dau S. H.) R6 Susque- 
hanna Pa Win 108. 

Morse, Eleanor (son S.. H.) R6 Susque- 
hanna Pa Win 108. 

Morse, G. S. (Frances R.) ret O 2a R2 
Chenango Forks Tri 51 Ind tel. 

Morse, Isabel (dau S. H.) R6 Susque- 
hanna Pa Win 108. 

Morse, John (Nina) 1 ch farmer T 5h 
25c RD Chenango Forks Bar 44 B tel. 



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.Morse, Lyun E. (Blauclie E.) creamei-y 

manager T Itaska Bar 20 B tel. 
Morse, S. H. (Aimie) 4 cli farmer O 

104a Ih 20c R6 Susquehanna Pa Win 

108. -^ 

Morton, Aslitou (Edna) 1 ch farmer T 

2c Vestal Center Yes 48. 
Morton, A. E. (Susie) general store & 

post office O 37a store oh 3c Yestal 

Center Yes 67 Ind tel. 
Morton, Claud (Mamie E.) 7 ch farmer 

T 2h 3oc El Tunnel Fen 48. 
Morton, Edgar A. (Lottie) 4 ch ma- 
chinist O 50a Ih 2c R2 Yestal Yes 28. 
Morton, Harley (stepson A. G. Bailey) 
/ student El Choconut Pa Yes 39 Ind 

tel. 
Morton, Leland (stepson A. G. Bailey) 

student El Clioconut Yes 39 Ind tel. 
Morton, Marvin (Alice) 2 ch ret bds 

with A. E. Yestal Center Yes 67 Ind 

tel. 
Morton, Eobert (Agnes) 5 ch machinist 

O 30a E2 Yestal Yes 28. 
Morton, Mrs. Welthlv T El Tunnel Fen 

48. 
Moses, Albert G. (Lillie) 2 ch farmer 

175a 3h 17c E2 Binghamton Bin 20 

Ind tel. 
Moses, Arthur W. (son Albert G.) car- 
penter E2 Binghamton Bin 20 Ind 

tel. 
Moses, Leland (son Albert G.) farmer 

O 88a 2h 7c E2 Binghamton Bin 20 

Ind tel. 
Moses, Mabel A. (dau Albert G.) E2 

Binghamton Bin 20 Ind tel. 
Mosher, Charles student lids with Isaac 

M. Truesdail E3 Binghamton Kir 41. 
Mosher, Edwin (Julia) laborer O H&L 

El Conklin Conk 20. 
Mosher, Ella Louise (granddau Chas. A. 

Brown) student El Yestal Yes 61 Ind 

tel. 
Moslier, George blacksmith H&L Yes- 
tal Yes 21. 
Mosher, Hannah E. (granddau Clias. A. 

Brown) wks at box factory of Dunn 

McCarth}^ shoe factory El Yestal Yes 

61 Ind tel. 
Mosher, I. S. Yestal. 
Mosher, Thomas (Emma) 4 eh farmer 

T 2h lie El Conklin Conk 20 B tel. 
Mosher, Wm. El Conklin. 



Mot.t, Nelson (Luella) 2 eh farmer 

60a 2h 2c East Windsor Win 104. 
MouLTON, Fred L. (Cora E.) 5 ch taxi 

line O Maine Mai 26 B tel. See adv. 
Mowrey, Albert (Eva) farmer O 163a 

3h loc Binghamton Chen 29 B tel. 
Mowrey, Emery E. (Florence E.) 2 ch 

farmer O 2b0a 2h 8c El Chenango 

Forks Fen 28. 
Mowrey, George R. farmer & shoemaker 

O 13a Ih E3 Greene Tri 45. 
Mowry, Florence (dau J. W.) El Whit- 
ney Point Tri 29. 
Mowry, Frank (son J. W.) farming El 

Whitney Point Tri 29. 
Mowry, J. D. (Rose) farmer O 105a 2h 

14c R3 Binghamton Kir 49. 
Mowry, J. W. (Juliette) farming O 200a 

6h 24c Rl Whitney Point Tri 29. 
Moxlev, Mrs. Mate 2 ch O 51a 6c El 

Great Bend Pa Kir 23. 
Mras, Agnes (dau John) shoe worker 

El Binghamton Bin 41, 
Mras, Frank (son John) cigarmaker El 

Binghamton Bin 41. 
Mras, John (Dora) 4 ch farmer O 128a 

2h 16c El Binghamton Bin 41. 
Much, J. El Joluison City. 
Muckev, Clark (Elsie) 1 eh T Killawog 

Lis 41. 
Muckey, Ervin E. (Nellie) 4 ch farmer 

O la Ih Rl Conklin Conk 16 B tel. 
Muckey, Marvin Killawog. 
Muckey, Will (Amanda) farmer T Ic 

Rl Binghamton Bin 33 Ind tel. 
Mudge, Arthur A. (Grace S.) ret O 

H&L Harpursville Col 91 Ind tel. 
Mudge. Ralph (Gladys) farmer T 3h 

40c Upper Lisle Tri 18 Ind tel. 
MuLFORD, Smith (Elizabeth) ret O 

H&L Nineveh Col 90. 
Mull, Howard (Etta) laborer O H&L 

Harpursville Col 90. 
Mullen, John laborer bds with James 

C. Brown Yestal Center Yes 76 Ind 

tel. 
Mulvihill, Michael ( Amanda 1 section 

foreman on D L & W O H&L Ves- 
tal Yes 21. 
Munson, Grant (Editli) 2 ch teacher T 

111 Glen Aubrey Nan 30. ■ 
Murdock, Howard student bds with 

Charles Burrows R2 Vestal Yes 1 Ind 

tel. 



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Murphy, Anna L. housekeeper for Tim- 
othy M. Vestal Center Ves 67. 
Murpiiy, Coleman farmer O 50a 3c R3 

Binghamton Kir 49. 
Murphv, Frank 3 ch farmer O 69a 2h 

7c Rl Vestal Ves 58 Ind tel. 
Murphy, John F. (Bridget) 1 ch farmer 
O 126a 3h 17c Rl Choconut Pa Ves 41. 
Murphy, Leo D. (Bertha) farmer O 

53a 3h 6c R2 Vestal Ves 28 Ind tel. 
Murphy, Owen bds with Mrs. Eunice 
Golan Rl Binghamton Bin 47 B tel. 
Murphy, Patrick L. (Nellie) 5 ch 
farmer O 100a 6h 20c R4 Binghamton 
Chen 17. 
Murphy, Silas L. (Mary Luella) 5 ch 
farmer O 63a 2h 14c Rl Vestal Ves 
58 Ind tel. 
Murphy, Timothy M. farmer O 133a 2h 

14c Vestal Center Ves 67. 
Murphy, T. E. (Anna) 3 ch farmer O 

120a 4h 21c R2 Binghamton Ves 73. 
Murphy, William J. (Anna) 2 ch farmer 
O 147a 4h 6c R3 Binghamton Kir 2 
Ind tel. 
Murray, Justin farmer O 35a 2h 2c R3 

Binghamton Kir 44. 
Murray, J. B. (Letta) ret O H&L Vestal 

Center Ves 65. 
Murray, Mary farmer T 2h lie Whit- 
ney Point Bar 13i/^. 
Murray, Percy (Leila) 2 ch farmer T 

2h 3c R4 Marathon Lis 37. 
Murray, Thomas (May) farmer T 2h R5 

Binghamton Chen 22. 
Murrow, Lewie bds with W. P. Stout R4 

Deposit Snfd 28. 
Musk, George (Ida) farmer T Kirkwood 

Kir 20. 
Muslaw, John (Nellie) farmer 40a Ih 

7c Glen Castle Chen 28. 
Muth, William C. (Edith L.) 6 ch 
creamery business T Rl Vestal Ves 52. 
Muzzy, P. J. (Frances) farmer O 184a 

2h lie Rl Choconut Pa Ves 14. 
Myers, Clarence (Maude) 1 ch shoe- 
maker Rl Kirkwood Kir 11. 
Myers, Eugene farmer O 80a 3h 15c Rl 

'Wliitney Point Tri 21 Ind tel. 
Myers, Hiram farmer O 30a 2h R4 Bing- 
hamton C^len 49. 
Myers, J. M. farming T 4h Ic Willow 

Point Ves 53 B tel. 
Myers, K. E. farming bds with J. M. 

Willow Point Ves 53 B tel. 
Myers, P. P. farming with J. M. Wil- 
low Point Ves 53 B tel. 
Myers, Will (Myrtle) 1 ch laborer T 

2h 2c Killawog Lis 42. 
Mynard, Charles J. (Nettie V.) black- 
smith O 10a Ih Ic R2 Union Mai 23. 



Nabinger, E. F. (Ida) 1 eh farmer O 

135a 2h 16c R2 Windsor Win 83. 
Nabinger, Leon (son E. F.) school R2 

Windsor Win 83. 
Napp, Luella bds with C. S. Martin 

• North Sanf ord Snfd 59. 
Nash, Albert farmer T R4 Binghamton 

Chen 36. — 

Nash, Benjamin J. (Florence G.) 1 ch 
merchant 20a Ih Port Dickinson 
Dick B tel. 
Nash, Mrs. Chas. H. chicken business 

Rl Johnson City. See adv. 
Nash, Clark H. (May J.) 1 ch farmer O 

121a 6h 17c R3 Newark Valley Mai 

5 B tel. 
Nash, C. W. (Frances) 7 ch farming O 

40a 2h Rl Vestal Ves 57. 
Neale, William F. (Winifred) 3 ch 

farmer O 132a 5h 40c Deposit Snfd 

55 Ind tel. 
Neely, Frank (Carrie) 6 ch farmer O 

96a 4h lie Harpursville Col 87 Ind 

tel. 
Neff, Bert (Georgie) 10 ch mechanic O 

H&L Killawog Lis 37 Ind tel. 
NefiE, Clarence E. bds with Lloyd C. 

Titas Sanford Snfd 32. 
Nefif, Edmund W. notions Harpursyille. 
Neff, Edwin D. farmer O 50a 2h 5c 

Deposit Snfd 44 Ind tel. 
Neff, E. W. (Susan) postmaster O H&L 

Harpursville Col 74. 
Neff, F. P. (Marie) farmer O 64a 3h 

18c R2 Union Un 8 B tel. 
Neff, G. R. bds with Edwin Deposit 

Snfd 44. 
^'JSTeil, Herbert B. farmer O 110a 2h Ic 

Rl Nineveh Col 118. 
Nelson, Daniel (Lucinda) farmer O 80a 

Rl Choconut Pa V.es 43. 
Nelson, John (Secrit) 1 ch farmer O 

185a 4h 70c R2 Afton Snfd 59 Ind 

tel. 
Nelson, Thomas J. (Pearl) 3 ch car- 
. penter & farmer O 50a Ih 2c R3 Bing- 
hamton Kir 51. 
Nelson, W. E. bds with John R2 Afton 

Snfd 59. 
Nemire, Frank 1 eh farmer & carpenter 

O 45a 21i 2c Little Meadows Pa A'e;s 

11. 
Nemire, George (Pearl) 8 ch farmer 

bds with Frank Little Meadows Pa 

Ves 11. 
Nesbitt, Walter (Maud) 2 ch farmer O 

170a 2h 25c R2 Harpursville Col 78. 
Nesmith, Susie (dau W. M.) teacher Rl 

Vestal Ves 63 Ind tel. 



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Nesmith, W. M. (Lottie) 3 eh farmer 

O 110a \3h 12c Rl Vestal Yes 63 Ind 

tel. 
Nevel, Etta M. (dau E. B.) makes paper 

novelties Rl Kirkwood Kir 39. 
Nevel, E. B. (Mary) 1 ch farmer T 2h 

15c Rl Kirkwood Kir 39. 
Nevel, James T. Rl Kirkwood. 
Nevel, Ruth (dau E. B.) Rl Kirkwood 

Kir 39. 
Newberry, Arthur (Ethel M.) 1 ch 

chauffeur & truckman bds with G. M. 

Rl Kirkwood Kir 22. 
Newberry, Edgar (son G. M.) farming 

& trucking Rl Kirkwood Kir 22. 
Newberry, G. M. (Fannie) farmer & 

truckman O 104a Ih 14c El Kirkwood 

Kir 22. 
Newberry, Lewis R. (Lillie M.) farmer 

& truckman bds with G. M. Rl Kirk- 
wood Kir 22. 
Newby, Emery "W. bds with Wm. W. Rl 

Nineveh Snfd 34. 
Newby, Francis I. bds with Wm. W. Rl 

Nineveh Snfd 34. 
Newby, William W. (Mary H.) farmer 

O 100a 4h 12c Rl Nineveh Snfd 34. 
Newcomb, John H. (Ettie E.) ret O 

2a Vestal Center Ves 65. 
Newcomb, Sam (Julia) ret O 3a Ic Ves- 
tal Center Ves 62. 
Newlander, Ellen (dau Thomas L.) Rl 

Whitney Point Tri 31 Ind tel. 
Newlander, Rena (dau Thomas L.) Rl 

Whitney Point Tri 31 Ind tel. 
Newlander, Thomas L. (Ellen) farmer 

O 171a 2h lie Rl Whitney Point Tri 

31 Ind tel. 
Newlander, Winnie (dau Thomas L.) la- 
borer Rl Whitney Point Tri 31 Ind 

tel. 
Newman, Barney W. (Edith) farmer 

40a 2h 4c R2 Vestal Ves 17 Ind tel. 
Newman, Cliarles machinist O H&L Rl 

Binghamton Bin 47. 
Newman, Chas. (Grace) 1 ch farmer O 

130a 2h 30c Itaska Bar 33 B tel. 
Newman, Clias. W. (Cecil) 1 eh farmer 

50a 2h 5c R2 Vestal Ves 32. 
Newman, H. E. Itaska Bar 33. 
Newman, Irvin (Minnie) 4 eh farmer 

T 4h 25c R4 Binghamton Chen 36 

B tel. 
Neylor, James (Lena) 2 ch farmer O 

98a 4h 6c E4 Marathon Lis 1 Ind tel. 
Nichols, David (Mary) laborer la 

Vestal Center Ves 76 B & Ind tels. 
Nichols, Eliza Ann O H&L Lisle Lis 45 

Ind tel. 
Nichols, Erwin J. gardener T E2 

Johnson City Un 46 B tel. 



Nichols, E. D. (Margaret) merchant O 

H&L Lisle Lis 45 Ind tel. 
Nichols, Geo. L. (Ena O.) 2 ch clerk 

T Ih El Port Crane Col 13. 
Nichols, Harper J. (Eliza J.) 2 ch 

milk man O 67a 4h 8c R3 Binghamton 

Fen 12 B tel. 
Nichols, H. J. (Phenia) feed dealer & 

farmer O 23a 3h 5c Rl Vestal Ves 

75 Ind tel. 
Nicholson, Emery 1 ch laborer T Upper 

Lisle Tri 18. 
Nickerson, John N. (Carrie) laborer T 

Kirkwood Kir 22. 
Nightingale, Lucy Rl Whitney Point 

Tri 29 Ind tel. 
Niles, Edward E. (Martha) farmer O 

36a 111 Ic Rl Binghamton Bin 46. 
Niles, G. A. (Lucia) manager shoe store 

R2 Vestal Ves 21 Ind tel. 
Niles, Mrs. Harriet bds with G. A. E2 

Vestal Ves 21 Ind tel. 
Niles, John (Anna) farmer 96a Ih 

2c Upper Lisle Tri 15. 
Nillecco, Nito (Nunziato) 8 ch cheese 

maker H&L Ih Rl Tunnel Col 18. 
Nineger, Daniel (Nellie) 1 ch laborer 

O Killawog Lis 38. 
Nitilo, Michael farm hand bds with 

Thomas Fiato Rl Kirkwood Kir 19 

Ind tel. 
Nooney, Josephine bds with Chas. D. 

Shiner Gulf Summit Snfd 20 y2 B tel. 
Norris, Edward (Elizabeth) 3 ch seed 

man O la Ih R3 Binghamton Fen 11. 
Norris, Henry J. (Clara) caqienter & 

painter 5a Rl Kirkwood Kir 22. 
Norter, Candace F. O la Port Crane Fen 

12 Ind tel. 
North, Anthony (Adelaide) fanner 

120a 3e Castle Creek Clien 28. 
North, Geo. Rl Johnson City. 
North, M. Jane 196a R4 Binghamton 

Chen 16 B tel. 
North, William L. (Emma L.) farmer O 

130a 3h 17c R2 Binghamton Bin 13 

Ind tel. 
Norton, Dallas farmer O 18a R4 Bing- 
hamton Chen 49. 
Norton, E. B. (Lena) 3 ch farmer T 

Main St Chenango Forks Bar 56. 
Norton, George E. (Alice) wagon 

maker O 3a Ih Maine Mai 26 B tel. 
Norton, Neil (Lucinda) 2 ch bridge 

builder la Gienango Forks Clien 35. 
Norton, Robert L. (Ellen) 2 ch farmer 

O 146a 3h 20c R3 Newark Valley 

Mai 5 B tel. 
Norton, Walter E. (Marie) farmer T 

2h 18c Rl Clienango Forks Fen 36 B 

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NoYES, A. M. Vestal. 
Noyes, A. W. farmer O 207a 4h 4e Ves- 
tal Ves 17 Ind tel. 
Noyes, Clark works in shoe shop lids 

with Floyd Luce Vestal Ves 23. 
Noves, Mrs. Cora B. 2 ch farming 

60a E2 Vestal Ves 331/2 Ind tel. 
Noyes, Fred (Hattie) 2 eh farmer O 

103a 3h 35c E2 Vestal Ves 17 Ind 

tel. 
Noyes, Joel (Eva) farmer 150a 7h 

24c E2 Vestal Ves 17 Ind tel. 
Noyes, Lee (Minnie) 2 ch farmer O 33a 

2h 3c E2 Vestal Ves 16 Ind tel. 
Noyes, N. H. (Emma) 1 ch farmer O 

190a 3h 25c Vestal Ves 17 Ind tel. 
Nuisom, Noble (Grace) farmer O 160a 

8h 25c E2 Harpursville Col Ind tel. 
NusoN, William P. (Ula C.) 1 ch well 

drilling & farmer O la E2 Harpurs- 
ville Col 71. 
O'Brien, James farmer O 101a 2h 14c 

El Nineveh Snfd 4 Ind tel. 
O'Brien, Maggie 1 ch bds with James 

El Nineveh Snfd 4. 
O'Brien, Neil (son Patrick) farmer T 

2h Ic Kirkwood Kir 18. 
O'Brien, Nellie (dan Patrick) Kirkwood 

Kir 18. 
O'Brien, Patrick 1 ch farmer O 230a Ih 

15c Kirkwood Kir 18. 
O'Briner, Chris farmer T 4h 12c E6 

Susquehanna Pa Win 138 Ind tel. 
O 'Byrne, Frank (son John) farmer El 

Vestal Ves 58. 
'Byrne, John (Ann) farmer O 110a 3h 

15c El Vestal Ves 58. 
Ockerman, William (Mary) farmer O 45a 

10c Chenango Forks Chen 53. 
O'Connell, Edward (son Thomas) farmer 

E2 Binghamton Bin 17. 
O'Connell, J. S. (Alvie) laborer H&L 

Killawog Lis 36. 
O'Connell, Mary (dau Thomas) E2 Bing- 
hamton Bin 17. 
O 'Connell, Thomas ret O 141i/2a 5h 25c E2 

Binghamton Bin 17. 
O'Connell, Walter (son Thomas) farmer 

E2 Binghamton Bin 17. 
O'Day, Charles (May) caretaker Morn- 
ing Side State Hospital E3 Bingham- 
ton Kir 42 Ind tel. 
O 'Day, Mrs. Dennis 3 ch El Kirkwood 

Kir 11. 
O'Day, Ernest farmer O 65a 3h 17c El 

Kirkwood Kir 11. 
Odea, James P. dairy farming 185a 2h 

26c Gulf Summit Snfd 20 Ind tel. 
Odea, Wm. H. dairy farming O 185a 2h 

26c Gulf Summit Snfd 20 Ind tel. 



Odell, Frank H. (Mary E.) 2 ch grocer- 
man O H&L Sanitaria Springs Col 10 
B tel. See adv. 

Odell, Henry E. general merchandise O 
30a Ih 5c Sanitaria Springs Col 4 
Ind tel. See adv. 

Odell, J. H. (Florence) farmer O 59a 2h 
4c E3 Binghamton Kir 44. 

O'Hara, Bernard F. (Mary) 9 eh farm- 
ing O 140a 4h 50c El Vestal Ves 91 
B tel. 

Olendorf, E. M. (Lucia) general store 
H&L Ih Nineveh Col 90 Ind tel. 

Oles, Leonard E. Chenango Forks. 

Oles, Maude bds with N. E. Smith San- 
ford Snfd 41. 

Oliver, Clifford (Hazel) 1 ch wks on rail- 
road T Ih Whitney Point Tri 11 Ind 
tel. 

Oliver, Delos (Esther) 6 eh farmer 
216a 4h 24c El Lisle Lis 17 Ind tel. 

Oliver, Elizabeth El Lisle Lis 34. 

Oliver, Frank (Minnie) 3 ch farmer T 
170a 5h 10c E4 Binghamton Chen 17. 

Oliver, Hamilton farmer T 2h El Lisle 
Lis 34. 

Oliver, Henry (Elizabeth) ret O H&L El 
Lisle Lis 45. 

Oliver, Hylon (Gladys) farmer T6h 42c 
Whitney Point Tri 12 Ind tel. 

Oliver, Jesse 2 ch farmer O 75a 2h 17c 
Whitney Point Tri 11 Ind tel. 

Oliver, John (Jane) 3 ch farmer O 200a 
7h 24c El Lisle Lis 19 Ind tel. 

Oliver, Leon (Grace) 2 ch carpenter 
Whitney Point Tri 11 Ind tel. 

Oliver, Leon E. (Mary) 3 ch farmer T 
3h 8c Union Center Un 16 B tel. 

Oliver, O. T. (Adelia) ret O 88a 2h Ic 
Whitney Point Tri 11 Ind tel. 

Olmstead, J. S. (Millie) ret O 84a Wil- 
low Point Ves 53 B tel. 

Olmsted, Charles E. (Edith) 1 ch farm- 
er O 357a 6h 70c E2 Bainbridge Snfd 
67 Ind tel. 

O'Mara, James B. (Margaret J.) 5 ch 
section foreman DHEECo0 7i^a 
Ic Sanitaria Springs Col 4. 

O'Neil, Mrs. Anna housekeeper for John 
E3 Binghamton Kir 44 Ind tel. 

'Neil, Elizabeth bds with John E3 Bing- 
hamton Kir 44 Ind tel. 

O 'Neil, James farm hand bds with John 
E3 Binghamton Kir 44 Ind tel. 

O'Neil, John farmer O 133a 2h 20c E3 
Binghamton Kir 44 Ind tel. 

O'Neil, J. F. (Nora) farmer O 52a 4h 
28c El Kirkwood Kir 40. 

O'Neil, Michael (Mary) 1 ch farmer O 
160a 2h 9e E3 Binghamton Kir 54. 



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EURAL DIEECTORY 



O 'Niel, John (Sarah) 1 ch carpenter T 

Railroad Ave Chenango Porks Chen. 
O'NiEL, Michael F. (Frankie) 1 ch 

farmer T E2 Johnson City Un 42 B 

tel. 
Opel, George E. (Hilelur A. E.) 2 ch 

dairy farmer O 245a 3h 25c McClure 

Settlement Snfd 26. 
Orchard, Frank (Elizabeth) 1 ch farming 

O 220a 4h 23e El Great Bend Pa Win 

20a Ind tel. 
Orpedo, James section hand on D L & W 

Vestal Ves 22. 
Orten, Darius farmer O 110a Ih 6c E2 

Eichford Lis 8. 
OsBORN, Delia M. (dau S. B.) Hale 

Eddy Snfd 53 Ind tel. 
Osborn, M. B. (Cora) ret O 49a E3 

Binghamton Col 10. 
Osborn, Simon B. (Alice N.) 5 ch dairy 

farming T 2h 30e Hale Eddy Snfd 53 

Ind tel. 
Osborne, Burton H. (Susie) 1 eh. farm- 
er O 114a 2h 16c E2 Windsor Win 83. 
Osborne, Geo. L. 4 ch ret T R3 Bing- 
hamton Col 7. 
Osborne, L. J. (Glenna) wks in shoe shop 

T Vestal Ves 22. 
Osborne, T. Madge T R3 Binghamton 

Col 7. 
Osincup, Wesley (Louie) builder O 100a 

3h 18c Binghamton Ves 80. 
Osterhout, Ernest P. (Mary) 1 ch farmer 

O 25a 2h 8c E2 Johnson City Un 28 

B tel. 
Osterhout, J. W. (Edna A.) 2 eh milk 

dealer O H&L Glen Castle Chen 29 B 

tel. 



Ostrander, Albert (Mary) 1 ch laborer 

T El Nineveh Snfd 6. 
Ostrander, Charles (May) 1 ch black- 
smith H&L Lisle Lis 45. 
Ostrander, C. D. (Jennie) 1 ch farmer O 

239a 3h 25c El Windsor Win 105 Ind 

tel. 
Ostrander, Fred J. (Nellie E.) carpen- 
ter & mason O 110a Ih 2c El Windsor 

Win 117. 
, Ostrander, James A. (Bertha B.) 3 ch 

farmer la El Kirkwood Kir 19 Ind 

tel. 
Ostrander, Mae E3 Lisle. 
Ostrander, Mary bds with Fred .J. El 

Windsor Win 317. 
Ostrander, Orra (May) 2 ch carpenter T 

Kirkwood Kir 20. 
Ostrander, William (Mary) farmer T 2c 

El Conklin Conk 30. 
Ostrander, Wm. C. (son C. D.) El Wind- 
sor Win 105. ^ 
Ostrander, William F. (Mary E.) 1 cWb 

32a E2 Union Un 9 B tel. 
OsTROM, Draper (Celestia) farmer O 

165a 3h 32 El Kirkwood Kir 12 Ind 

tel. 
Oswald, William G. (Emaline) machinist 

O 103a 2h 10c El Vestal Ves 77 Ind 

tel. 
Cutwater, Frank E. (Cora Bell) 2 ch 

farming O 70a 2h 13c El Lisle Lis 44. 
Ovenstone, George 1 ch farmer O 55a 2h 

7c El Binghamton Bin 31. 
Ovenstone, Jessie housekeeper for George 

El Binghamton Bin 31. 
Overton, Cliarles (Ethel) 3 cli farmer T 

2h 4c E4 Marathon Lis 25. 




Pure Bred Holsteins. 

127 



BROOME COUNTY 



Owen, Mrs. Caroline farming 65a 2h 

4h ED Nineveh Col 191. 
Owen, Mrs. Elizabeth bds with Mrs. 

Velora A. Clark Rl Great Bend Pa 

Kir 23. 
Owen, George (Ida) laborer O H&L Cor- 

bettsville Conk 39. 
Owen, W. H. (Julia) 2 ch farmer O 40a 

Ih R2 Vestal Ves 21 Ind tel. 
Owens, Archie farmer T 2h 4e El Nine- 
veh Col 191. 
Owens, Harry (Ida) laborer T Ih Center 

Village Col 91. 
Pachioy, Lorien (Mary) farmer O 85a 

4h 12c R5 Binghamton Un 56 B tel. 
Packard, Ada 1 ch El Lisle Lis 20 Ind 

tel. 
Padbury, Jonathan (Elizabeth) farmer 

O 10%a Ic Whitney Point Bar 5. 
Padbury, William H. (Cora) 2 ch farmer 

T Whitney Point Bar 5. 
Paddleford, Edw. ret O 75a Ih El Tun- 
nel Fen 48. 
Paddleford, Frank B. (Lena M.) 3 ch 

farmer O 80a 2h 4c El Chenango Forks 

Fen 34 B tel. 
Paddleford, Henry farmer O 46a 2h 12c 

El Tunnel Col 23. 
Paddleford, I. D. El Tunnel. 
Paddleford, Mrs. Jemima T El Che- 
nango Forks Fen 34. 
Paddleford, J. F. (Kate) 2 ch farmer T 

3h 15c E3 Greene Tri 60. 
Paddleford, Morris (Frankie) 1 ch sexton 

of cemetery H&L Harpursville Col 74. 
Paddleford, Seba (Florence) laborer T 

Harpursville Col 90. 
Paddock, B. F. (Minnie) creameryman 

43a 2h 14c El Kirkwood Kir 14. 
Padget, J. B. (Estella) 1 ch farmer O 

228a 3h 26c Tunnel Col 51 Ind tel. 
Page, Alan H. (dau E. S.) teacher E3 

Binghamton Kir 8 B tel. 
Page, Albert H. (Ivia L.) 1 ch farmer O 

40a 2h 14c El Tunnel Fen 34 B tel. 
Page, D. E. (Mary) 3 ch farmer O 120a 

2h 24c Castle Creek Bar 19 B tel. 
Page, Elmer E. (son E. S.) E3 Bingham- 
ton Kir 8 B tel. 
Page, Enos farmer O 103a 6h lie E2 

Chenango Forks Tri 51 Ind tel. 
Page, Eugene D. (Ethel) farmer O 25a 

4h 40c El Tunnel Fen 34 B tel. 
Page, E. S. (Alice) 2 ch farming & 

runs milk route O 140a 4h 22c E3 

Binghamton Kir 8 B tel. 
Page, F. H. (Minnie E.) 1 ch farmer O 

200a 3h 20c Castle Creek Chen 28 B 

tel. 
Page, Geo. Rl Chenango Forks. 



Page, James L. (Mary E.) 4 ch farm- 
ing O 55a 2h 10c El Windsor Snfd 
15. 

Page, Mrs. Mary C. T El Tunnel Fen 
41. 

Page, Milo (Barbara) lawyer T Lisle 
Lis 45. 

Page, Eoy M. (son E. S.) lawyer E3 
Binghamton Kir 8 B tel. 

Page, Wm. H. (Lydia A.) 2 ch dairy 
farmer O 300a 2h 40c McClure Settle- 
ment Snfd 29 "B tel. 

Paige, Floyd (Pearl) 2 ch farmer O 
50a Glen Castle Chen 28 B tel. 

Paige, I. H. (Mary) farmer O 200a 
4h 40c Glen Castle Chen 28 B tel. 

Paige, L. M. farming O 63a 4h 19c 
Whitney Point Tri 5 Ind tel. 

Paisley, John M. 2 ch farmer O 50a 2h 
10c E5 Binghamton Mai 62 B tel. 

Palmattier, W. B. (Minnie) O H&L 
Binghamton Kir 22. 

Palmedo, Max E. (Katherine B.) 2 ch 
investigator in New York City T 
Oquaga Lake Snfd 47 B tel. 

Palmer, Alonzo (Grace E.) farmer O 
96a 2h 18c El Port Crane Fen 25 B 
tel. 

Palmer, A. L. (Anna) hdwe & plumb- 
ing O 25a Chenango Forks Bar 56. 

Palmer, Chas. A. (Edith) farmer O 65a 
5h 20c E4 Binghamton Chen 50 B tel. 

Palmer, Charles B. (Teal) farmer 46a 
2h 5c Rl Conklin Conk 6. 

Palmer, Mrs. Delia H&L R4 Bingham- 
ton Chen 48. 

Palmer, Dexter (Susie) salesman T Lisle 
Lis 44. 

Palmer, Edward E. (Alice J.) 5 ch milk 
dealer & farmer O 70a 3h 12c Rl 
Chenango Forks Fen 2. 

Palmer, Eugene (Mary) farmer T 2h 
E4 Binghamton Chen 35. 

Palmer, Flavins (Alice) farmer T 2h 
29c El Lisle Lis 36. 

Palmer, Fred H. (Catherine B.) farmer 
& state mason inspector O 70a 3h 12c 
El Chenango Forks Fen 6. 

Palmer, F. P. tinner & plumber T Chen- 
ango Forks Bar 32. 

Palmer, G. N. (Eowena) teamster T 
Glen Castle Chen 29. 

Palmer, H. B. (Virgie) 2 ch farmer O 
185a 3h 12c Castle Creek Chen 26 Ind 
tel. 

Palmer, Israel (Mary) farmer O 47a 3c 
Chenango Forks Bar 32. 

Palmer, John (May) 5 ch farmer O 
75a 2h 19c Lisle Lis 43 Ind tel. 

Palmer, Lillian M. T El Tunnel Fen 45. 



128 



EUEAL DIRECTOEY 



Palmer, Mabel bds with Solon Finn El 

Great Bend Pa Kir 24 Ind tel. 
Palmer, Eobert farfiiing T R4 Bingham- 

ton Chen 50. 
Palmer, Mrs. Susan May 2 eh T E4 

Bingiiamton Chen 30. 
Palmer, Will P. farmer O 47a Clienango 

Bridge Chen 41 B tel. 
Palmer, William E. 1 ch farmer O 124a 

5h 30c El Port Crane Fen 23. 
Palmer, W. G. (Ella) farmer O 190a 

4h 22c Lisle Lis 43 Ind tel. 
Pangburn, A. J. (Avreila) farmer O 

12a Ih Ic Chenango Forks Chen 53. 
Pangburn, Ervin E. (Anna E.) works at 

Binghamton creamery H&L Port 

Crane Fen 8. 
Pangbixrn, Fred (Edith) 3 ch farmer T 

E2 Johnson City Un 45. 
Pangburn, James F. blacksmith bds 

witli Leroy J. Lillie Vestal Ves 22. 
Panna, Mrs. Emma A. farming O 5a 

Center Village Col 91. 
Pantley, Bartley student bds with Homer 

Pullis E2 Vestal Ves 30. 
Pape, Lynn (Emma) 3 ch machinist O 

H&L Ih Center Lisle Lis 20. 
Parke, Alice bds with Wm. H. Davidson 

El Kirkwood Kir 17. 
Parker, C. F. (Grace) 2- ch photo- 
grapher O 5a Ih Ic El Binghamton 

Bin 25 B tel. 
Parker, Daniel (Julia E.) farmer O 

53a 3h 6c El Johnson City Mai 50 

B tel. 
Parker, Ervin L. (Ella) 2 ch farmer 

150a 4h 7c Union Center Un 16 B 

tel. 
Parker, G. H. (Harriett) farmer O 113a 

oh 21c E2 Windsor Win 81. 
Parker, Hattie (dau Eobt. H.) El 

Vestal Ves 58 Ind tel. 
Parker, Herbert (son Eobt H.) farmer 

El Vestal Ves 58 Ind tel. 
Parker, Mrs. J. D. farming O 2a Clien- 
ango Bridge Chen 41. 
Parker, Mrs. Mary O H&L Eailroad St 

Chenango Forks Chen. 
Parker, Mary (dau Eobt H.) teacher El 

Vestal Ves 58 Ind tel. 
Parker, Oliver (Pearl) 2 ch buUder O 

30a Ih Ic E2 Binghamton Bin 3. 
Parker, Ealph student bds with Nathan 

S. Drum El Vestal Ves 63. 
Parker, Eobert H. (Nellie) farmer O 

100a 2h 10c El Vestal Ves 58 Ind tel. 
Parker, R. ED Johnson City. 
Parker, E. G. (Mary) laborer T Ih 

Nanticoke Nan 13. 
Parker, Mrs. Sarah E.iEl Great Bend 

Pa' Kir 24 Ind tel. 



Parmer, F. A. (Bertha) 1 eh telegraph 
operator T East Windsor Win. 

Parmlee, Fred farmer O 9a Ih El Kirk- 
wood Win 21 Ind tel. 

Parsons, Burton (Amelia) laborer 7a 
Main St Center Village Col 91. 

Parsons, Charles (Lena) 3 ch farmer 
O 75a 4h 25c Chenango Forks Bar 

Parsons, Charles (Augusta) farmer O 

4^a Clienango Forks Chen 32. 
Parsons, C. H. (Harriett) farmer O 35a 

2h 4c Whitney Point Bar 13. 
Parsons, Mrs. Ella housekeeper for 

Emery Nicholson Upper Lisle Tri 18. 
Parsons, Fred J. (Carrie L.) farmer O 

55a 2h 9c El Kirkwood Kir 19 Ind 

tel. 
Parsons, Fred'k W. (Martha D.) 

creamery, farm sand & gravel 300a 

8h 60c Port, Dickinson Dick B tel. 

See adv. 
Parsons, Harvey (Sarah S.) ret O H&L 

Gardner Ave Center Village Col 91. 
Parsons, Herbert E. (Emagine) farmer 

O 50a 3h 3c Chenango Bridge Chen 

41. 
Parsons, Laffayette (Mary) farmer O 

125a 2h 15c El Nineveh Col 113 Ind 

tel. 
Parsons, Mary M. bds with J. E. Payne 

East Windsor Win 102. 
Parsons, Mrs. Nellie farming O 140a 

Chenango Forks Bar 29. 
Parsons, Simon A. (Mary J.) 1 ch ret 

O H&L Ih Sanitaria Springs Col 4 

Ind tel. 
Parsons, 'Suel E. (Ethel M.) 2 ch T 

Sanitaria Springs Col 4 Ind tel. 
Partridge, Harry (son William) farmer 

Binghamton Bing 1 B tel. 
Partridge, Irving (Mary) 1 eh farmer 

O 120a 3h 17c E2 Eichford Lis 7. 
Partridge, William (Ida) manager of 

Gasy stone farm Binghamton Bin 1 

B tel. 
Pascoe, Martin laborer bds with Philip 

McClure Settlement Snfd 26. 
Pascoe, Philip (Lily J.) 3 ch dairy 

farming O 100a 3h 20c McClure Settle- 
ment Snfd 26 B tel. 
Paterson, John (Ettie Mae) farming T 

bds with John Aitkin E2 Windsor 

Win 75. 
Patrick, A. T. (Emma) 1 ch farmer O 

20a Ih Ic Glen Castle Clien 29 B tel. 
Patrick, Leslie L. (Lovina) fanner & 

carpenter O Sa Glen Castle Chen 28% 

B tel. 



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BROOME COUNTY 



Patbie, L. (Etie) 1 ch farmer O 100a 
3h 13c Rl Chocouut Pa Ves 44 Ind 
tel. 

Patrie, Mrs. Sophia bds with L. Rl 
Chocouut Pa Ves 44 Ind tel. 

Patsley, Martha Lisle Lis 49. 

Patterson, Theodore (Grace) 3 ch works 
in shoe factory O H&L Vestal Ves 23. 

Payne, Charles farmer T 8c Rl Port 
Crane Fen 24. 

Payne, Charles E. (Addie) 1 ch farmer 
O 48a 2h 6c R2 Union Mai 21 B tel. 

Payne, Elizabeth T Rl Port Crane Fen 
24. 

Payne, Mrs. G. B. R2 Union. 

Payne, John E. (Eliza J.) 3 ch farmer 
O 93a Rl Port Crane Fen 24. 

Payne, Rev. J. E. (Nellie M.) 2 ch farm- 
ing O 115a Ih 5e East Windsor Win 
102 Ind tel. 

Payne, William A. (Amanda) farmer O 
2a R2 Harpursville Col 77. 

Peabody, F. H. (Grace K.) farmer O 
100a 2h 18c Rl Vestal Ves 59 Ind tel. 

Pearce, Henry 1 ch farmer T Rl Port 
Crane Fen 19. 

Pearsall, D. L. (Nellie) 1 ch general 
merchandise O H&L Ih Nineveh Col 
90 Ind tel. 

Pearson, Harry (Fannie A.) farmer O 
137a 2h 20c Rl Port Crane Col 3, 

Pease, Bird W. (Elizabeth) 2 ch farmer 
100a 2h 16c East Windsor Win 122. 

Pease, Carleton (son B. W.) East Wind- 
sor Win 122. 

Pease, Charlie farmer T Rl Harpurs- 
ville Col 70. 

Pease, Clarence (Lizzie) farmer O 67a 
3h 6c Whitney Point Bar 15. 

Pease, D. E. (Amelia) 2 ch farmer O 
100a 3h 5c 25 sheep Rl Windsor Win 
1161/2 Ind tel. 

Pease, E. R. (Mary) 1 eh machinist O 
220a 3h 30c Whitney Point Bar 15. 

Pease, Fred (Lora E.) 1 ch machinist 
15a 4c Whitney Point Bar 16 B 
tel. 

Pease, George (Minnie) 2 ch laborer O 
H&L Lisle Lis 45. 

Pease, Grace (dau B. W.) East Wind- 
sor Win 122. 

Pease, Herbert (Anna) 1 ch farmer O 
140a 5h 17c Whitney Point Bar 13 
Ind tel. 
Pease, I. (Sarah) laborer O H&L Whit- 
ney Point Bar 16. 
Pease, L. E. saw mill O 3a Whitney 

Point Bar 16 B tel. 
Pechoc. Rudi (Katerinoc) 5 ch farmer 
O 138a 4h 9c R2 Windsor Win 30. 



Peck, Augusta bds with H. B. Sanford 

Snfd 58. 
Peck, A. J. (Helen) 2 ch farmer O 80a 

3h 6c R3 Binghamton Fen 13. 
Peek, George f Olive) farmer T Sanford 

Snfd 58. 
Peck, H. B. (Hattie A.) 2 ch farmer 

O 240a 5h 24c Sanford Snfd 58 Ind 

tel. 
Peck, P. J. (Mattie S.) 4 ch minister 

O H&L 2c Whitney Point Bar 16 E 

tel. 
Peck, Wm. C. ret bds with W. W. Cord- 

ner Rl Windsor Snfd 17. 
Peckham Bros, farmers O 115a 2h 23e 

Center Village Col 95. 
Pembleton, Geo. W. (Rachel I.) 4 ch 

farmer T R3 Binghamton Fen 12. 
Pendell, James (Frances) laborer O 

H&L Lisl? Lis 50. 
Penney, E. H. ret O 3a Ih Ic Sanford 

Snfd 31. 
Penney, Fred (Mary) O 120a 2h 8c 

Sanford Snfd 31. 
Perce, Adelbert (Susan) farmer O 50a 

Ih 4c Rl Lisle Lis 28. 
Perce, Charles (Nettie) mechanic O 2a 

Ih Center Lisle Lis 19 Ind tel. 
Perce, Clayton (Lillian) 3 ch farmer O 

221a 3h 25c Rl Lisle Lis 25 Ind tel. 
Perce, Harry (Lucretia) 1 ch farmer O 

110a 3h lec R4 Marathon Lis 23 Ind 

tel. 
Perce, Hattie Center Lisle Lis 19. 
Perce, J. (Hattie) farmer O 2a Ih Rl 

Lisle Lis 35. 
Perce, J. Riley farmer O 130a 3h 25e 

Rl Lisle Lis 35 B tel. 
Perce, Lillian Reed Rl Lisle. 
Percley, Filbercy (Margaret) 1 ch la- 
borer T Rl Conklin Conk 19 B tel. 
Percley, Robert (Melissa) farmer O 87n 

3h lie Rl Conklin Conk 19 B tel. 
Perham, A. J. (May) 2 ch farming O 

125a 3h 40c Rl Vestal Ves 53 B tel. 
Perkins, C. W. (Lucinda E.) ret O H&L 

R.2 Johnson City Un 441/2. 
Perkins, John (Elizabeth) farmer O 

50a 2h 6c Rl Whitney Point Tri 40 

Ind tel. 
Perkins, Perry laborer Lisle Lis 41 Ind 

tel. 
Perkins, Perry (Lucinda) ret O 98a Hi 

2c Triangle Tri. 
Perkins, Wm. L. (Arvilla) farmer O 
H&L 3h Main St Chenango Forks 

Bar 56. 
Perry, D. L. (Ellen) farmer 60a 2h 

16e R5 Binghamton Bar 8 B tel. 
Perry, Earl (Sarah) farmer O 120a 2h 
16e R5 Binghamton Bar 8 B tel. 



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Perry, Harry (Bertha) 2 ch farmer O 

216a 2h 26c R2 Afton Siifd 64 Ind 

tel. 
Perry, James H. (Dora) 3 ch bds with 

Jas. Scott Deposit Snfd 54. 
Perry, Leland (Bessie) 1. ch farmer O 

50a 'M\ 10c R5 Binghamton Clicii 9 

B tel. 
I'errv, Lynn bds with M. L. R2 Afton 

Siifd 64. 
Perry, M. L. (Lottie) 1 ch farmer O 

340a 9h 30c R2 Afton Snfd 64 Ind 

tel. 
Perry, R. J. 1 ch physician O H&L Ih 

Lisle Lis 45 Ind tel. 
Petei:s, Harky W. (Mary O.) 2 ch in- 
surance O H&L Chenango Porks Bar 

56. 
Peters, L. M. (Martha) flour & feed 

O H&L Chenango Forks Bar 56. 
Peterson, A. J. (Almedia) 3 ch farmer 

T 3h 33c Itaska Bar 31. 
Peterson, Chas. G. (Anna L.) 1 ch 

farmer & genl store O 63i^a G'len 

Castle Clien 28 B tel. 
Peterson, Edgar E. farmer T 2h 14c 

R2 Chenango Forks Bar 41. 
Peterson, Elmer (Hettie) 4 ch farmer 

T 3h 20c R2 Chenango Forks Tri 50. 
Peterson, E. H. (Carrie) 1 ch minister 

T Ih Vestal Center Ves 62 Ind tel. 
Peterson, Frank (Emily) farmer T 2h 

R2 Chenango Forks Bar 41. 
Peterson, Neils C. farm hand bds with 

H. D. Hall McClure Settlement Snfd 

26 B tel. 
Peterson, Ralph B. (Grace) farmer T 

Ih ]3c R2 Chenango Forks Bar 39. 
Peterson, Mrs. Sarah bds with E. H. 

Vestal Center Ves 62 Ind tel. 
Pethick, Leon (Lena) 2 ch farmer T 

Ih 5c El Great Bend Pa Win 65 Ind 

tel. 
Petis, Walter (Frances) farmer O 100a 

2h Sc R2 Harpursville Col 34. 
Phel))s. Charles Henrv (Carrie) farmer 

O 160a 2h 13c R4 Marathon Lis 37. 
Phelps. Delos (Adelia) farmer O 65a 

2h 5c Rl Port Crane Col 1. 
Phelps, Dennison S. (Clara) 2 ch 

farmer 150a 4h 30c Conklin Conk 

39 B tel. 
Phelps, Dudley (son Marcus) farmer T 

4h 9c Whitnev Point Tri 30 Ind tel. 
Phelps, D. S. Corbettesville. 



Phelps, Frank (Jennie) 2 ch butcher 

T 2h Lisle Lis 45 Ind tel. 
Phelps, Fred (Rena) 1 ch farmer T Ih 

2c Rl Nineveh Col 118. 
Phelps, F. J. farmer O 139a 4h 9c R4 

Binghamton Chen 31. 
Phelps, George F. (Elsie) 6 ch wks at 

E. J. shoe factory T R2 Union Mai 14. 
Phelps, Ina (dau Marcus) Whitney 

Point Tri 30 Ind tel. 
Phelps, Marcus 2 ch carpenter O 115a 

Ih 9c Whitney Point Tri 30 Ind tel. 
Phelps, M. H. Rl Whitney Point Tri 

30. 
Phelps, O. D. (Frances A.) farmer O 

43a Ih 2c Rl Nineveh Col 114. 
Phelps, Robert A. (Lottie) 2 ch mail 

carrier O H&L ^h Ic Nineveh Col 90. 
Phelps, S. V. (Carrie I.) farmer O 68a 

2h 20c R2 Chenango Forks Bar 41 B 

tel. 
Philips, Mrs. Augusta O ISa Chenango 

Forks Bar 54. 
Philips, Charles (son Clarence) farming 

Rl Great Bend Pa Win 44. 
Philips, Clarence (Ela) 2 ch farmer O 

140a 4h 17c Rl Great Bend Pa Win 

44 Ind tel. 
Philips, Earl (son Clarence) Rl Great 

Bend Pa Win 44. 
Philips, Judson (Sarah) farmer T R2 

Windsor Win 32. 
Philips, Judson J. (Mary) farmer T 3h 

17c Rl Great Bend Pa Win 39 Ind 
- tel. 
Philip.s, Leslie (Ella) farmer O 119a 

2h lie R2 Windsor Win 36 Ind tel. 
Philips, Mary 1 ch bds with Richard 

Great Bend Pa Win 17. 
Philips, Minnie bds with B. F. Clark 

Rl Nineveh Snfd 5. 
Philips, Mrs. Phoebe farming 75a 2c 

R2 Windsor Win 32. 
Philips, Richard (Alice) 3 ch farmer 

30a 2h 9c Rl Great Bend Pa Win 17. 
Phillips, Charles M. (Maude) 4 ch wks 

in shoe shop O 68a 2h 2e care of 

Friendsville Stage Binghamton Ves 76 

Ind tel. 
Phillips, Fred (Elma) 3 ch farmer O 

60a 3h 10c R2 Berkshire Lis 12. 
Phillips, George D. (Mertie) Ich ret T 

Hale Eddy Snfd 53. 



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BROOME COUNTY 



Phillips, Grant (Helen) 2 ch general 

farming 65a Ih 15c Kl Whitney 

Point Tri 10, 
Phillips, Lewis (Clara) farmer O 95a 

3h 14c R2 Berkshire Lis 12. 
Phillips, S. E. (Marv) farmer T 2h 

6c Castle Creek Chen 27. 
Phil} ott, Albert J. (Edith) 1 ch minister 

T Triangle Tri 30 Ind tel. 
Pickering. J. W. (Carrie) 2 ch farmer 

O 4a El Kirkwood Kir 22 Ind tel. 
Pickett, Evertt L. farmer O 50a E2 Ves- 
tal Ves 21. 
Pickett, L. G, carpenter & farmer bds 

with Tom G. E2 Vestal Ves 21. 
Pickett, Tom G. farmer 50a 2h E2 

Vestal Ves 21. 
Pier, Elon (Addie J.) farmer O 146a 

3h 12c E3 Newark Valley Mai 28 B 

tel. 
Pierce, Mrs. Carrie O H&L Vestal Ves 

2L 
Pierce, Cliarles (Clara) 7 ch farmer O 

70a 2h 14c Lisle Lis 43. 
Pierce, Frances O H&L Lisle Lis 45. 
Pierce, F. A. (Gertrude) 1 ch farming 

O 90a 4h 12c El A'estal Ves 91 B tel. 
Pierce, F. H. (Minnie) milk messenger 

T Chenango Forks Bar 56. 
■ Pierce, Hazel (dau John W.) teacher 

Vestal Ves 21. 
Pierce, John W. (Eachel) painter & 

paperhanger H&L Vestal Ves 21. 
Pierce, Neil farmer 65a Ih 13c E4 

Marathon Lis 38% Ind tel. 
Pierce, Wm. laborer T 2h El Lisle Lis 35. 
Pierce, William S. (Mertie) 1 ch gen- 
eral store O H&L Vestal Ves 22 B tel. 
Pierson, Charles H. (Margaret) 2 ch 

farmer T El Kirkwood Kir 19. 
Pierson, C. G. (Minnie W.) farmer O 

230a 4h 27c El Vestal Ves 75 Ind tel. 
Pierson, C. H. (son C. G.) farmer El 

Vestal Ves 75 Ind tel. 
Pierson, J. E. (Belle) 3 ch farming O 53a 

2h lie E4 Binghamton Chen 42. 
Pierson, P. W. (.Josi(?) 3 ch farmer T 3h 

14c E2 Binghamton Bin 34. 
Piersy, William (Nellie) farmer O 19a 

Ih 2c E5 Binghamton Mai 82 B tel. 
Piglese, Sam (Grazia) 2 ch teamster 2h 

bds with Frank Birse E2 Binghamton 

Bin 4. 
Pike, Ellen O H&L Lisle Lis 45. 
Pike, Marion bds with Henry W. Bretz 

Sanford Snfd 41. 
Pike, W. H. (Charlotte) 2 ch Bible 

School T Johnson City TJn 53 B tel. 
Pine, Jasper (Ethel) farmer O 50a 2h 5c 

E2 Harpursville Col 76. 



Pine, E. I. (Alice) st^ne mason O l^a 

Ih 4c Harpursville Col 90. 
Pinney, Chas. farmer El Nineveh Col 

116. 
Pinney, Chas. H. (Winifred) 1 ch farm- 
er O 139a 2h 23c El Nineveh Snfd 1 

Ind tel. 
Pinney, George F. (Eva M.) farmer O 

64a E2 Union Un 12 B tel. 
Pinney, Willard A. (Ellen P.) dairy & 

general farming O 60a 2h 9c El Wind- 
sor Snfd 17. 
Pitcher, Mrs. Annie farming O 64a 

Maine Mai 52 B tel. 
Pitcher, Archie E. (Ella) 2 ch dealer in 

farm implements O la 5h 16c Maine 

Mai 36 B tel. See adv. 
Pitcher, C. D. (Mary J.) 2 ch farmer 

80a 6h 13c El Lisle Lis 44. 
Pitcher, Elias farmer 80a Ih Ic Maine 

Mai 34. 
Pitcher, Elliott (Edna A.) 2 ch farmer T 

3h 23c E3 Newark Valley Mai 27 B tel. 
Pitcher, Leon C. (Eva) 3 ch farmer T 

4h 30c E4 Binghamton Chen 17. 
Pitcher, Nathan (Effie) farmer O 125a 

2h 16c E2 Union Mai 14 B tel. 
Pithick, Judson (Cora A.) 1 ch black- 
smith O 63a Ih 8c El Great Bend Pa 

Win 65 Ind tel. 
Pitkin, Charles L. (Addie J.) merchant 

O H&L store Ih Union Center Un 12 

B tel. 
Pitkin, Lynn W. (Pauline E.) 2 ch meat 

man O 86a 2h 15c El Port Crane Fen 

18 B tel. 
Pitkin, M. L. (Florence) O H&L store Ih 

Union Center Un 12 B tel. 
Pitrick, James (Katherine) 1 ch farmer 

6 100a 3h 9c El Johnson City Mai 73 

B tel. 
Pixley, Charles (Frances) 1 ch farmer O 

163a 2h 25c E2 Chenango Forks Bar 44 

B tel. 
Pixley, Floyd (Ethel) farmer T Sh" 61c 

East Windsor Col 124. 
Pixley, Frank (Cora) farmer O 186a 3h 

14c E2 Chenango Forks Bar 40 B tel. 
Pixley, James (Nora) 3 ch farmer O 

100a 2h 12c E2 Chenango Forks Tri 51 

Ind tel. 
Pixley, Johnson E. (Elizabeth) farmer 

O 227a 5h 61c East Windsor Col 124 

Ind tel. 
PLxley, J. B. (Edith) ret H&L Ih Tri- 
angle Tri 51 Ind tel. 
Pixley, Leo (Nellie) 1 ch farmer T 51i 

61c East Windsor Col 124 Ind tel. 
Pixley, Louis (Lena) 1 ch farmer O 

137a 2h 20c E2 Chenango Forks Bar 

42 B tel. 



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Place, Charles farmer O 93a El Kirk- 
wood Kir 12 Ind tel. 

Place, Katherine (dau Charles) Rl Kirk- 
wood Kir 12 Ind tel. 

Place, Lynn farm hand Rl Kirkwood Kir 
12 lud tel. 

Place, Reuben farm hand Rl Kirkwood 
Kir 11 Ind tel. 

Place, Walter A. farmer O 93a 2h 16e 
Rl Kirkwood Kir 12 Ind tel. 

Place, W. J. farmer 119a Ih Glen 
Castle Chen 29 B tel. 

Plain, J as. El Union. 

Plask}^, Steven (Maggie) farmer O 95a 
2h 7c E5 Binghamton Mai 67. 

Platner, Leslie (Emma) section man 
O 3a 2c RG Susquehanna Pa Win 136 
Ind tel. 

Piatt, Mrs. Anna M. bds with Walter O 
63a Rl Binghamton Bin 32. 

Piatt, Walter farmer 152a 4h 15c Rl 
Binghamton Bin 32. 

Plaushunas, Joseph (Mary) 3 ch farmer 
O llSa 3h oc Rl Conklin Conk 32 Ind 
tel. 

Plipse, Peter farmer O 40a R2 Vestal 
Yes 29 Ind tel. 

Plough, Arthur W. (son Byron C.) stu- 
dent E2 Yestal Yes ^4 Ind tel. 

Plough, A. P. (Caroline) farmer O 102a 
2h 7c E2 Yestal Yes 34. 

Plough, Byron C. (Hattie) farmer O 
130a 2h 6c E2 Yestal Yes 34 Ind tel. 



Plough, Laura (dau Byron C.) teacher 

R2 Yestal A'es 34 Ind tel. 
Plunkett, Mrs. Mary O 83a Ih 16c E6 

Susquehanna Pa Win 137 Ind tel. 
Plunkett, May R6 Susquehanna Pa Win 

137. 
Polapsy, John farmer O 40a Ic R5 Bing- 
hamton Chen 13. 
Pollak, Stephen (Mary) 2 ch farmer 

124a 4h 15c R2 Binghamton Bin 7. • 
Pollard, Bennet (Letta) ret O H&L Ih 

Ic R4 Marathon Lis 37. 
Pollard, B. M. (Theda) farmer O 60a 

2h 16c Whitney Point Tri 11 Ind tel. 
Pollard, Earl 1 ch farmer T 2h 16c E4 

Marathon Lis 37. 
Pollard, Frank (Libbie) 'aborer O H&L 

Lisle Lis 44. 
Pollard, Mildred (dau il. M.) teacher 

Whitney Point Tri 11 ind tel. 
Pollard, Wallace (Nora) 1 ch farmer O 

98a 3h 7c R2 Berkshire Lis 15 Ind tel. 
Pond, Edson bds with Wm. Snyder Rl 

Nineveh Snfd 6. 
Pond, Lulu bds with W. M. Westfall Rl 

Nineveh Snfd 6. 
Pond, William (Loretta) 1 ch farmer O 

125a 4h 20c Sanford Snfd 39 Ind tel. 
Poole, E. L. (Mary) farmer O 102a 2h 

35c Rl Nineveh Col 100 Ind tel. 
Poole, G. E. (Carrie A.) poultry breeder 

O 10a Center Yillage Col 91. 




A Filled Silo. 
133 



BROOME COUNTY 



Poole, Mrs. Jenuie T Main St Center Vil- 
lage Col 91. 
Poole, Mrs. J. W. El Nineveh. 
Pope, Frank (Sarah) carpenter O H&L 

Kirkwood Kir 20. 
Pope, Eev. Geo. (Susan) ret O II&L Ih 

Main St Chenango Forks Bar 56. 
Pope, George H. (Mary) 2 ch stage 

driver & farming O 4a 7h Triangle 

Tri 52 Ind tel. 
Pope, Jane A. bds with Merle E. El 

Whitney Point Tri 15 Ind tel. 
Pope, Lynn (Emma) mechanic O 40a 111 

;5c Center Lisle Lis 20 B tel. 
Pope, Merle E. (Grace) 1 eh dairy & 

poultry care G. E. English El Whitney 

Point Tri 15 Ind tel. 
Pope, S. L. (Amelia) farmer O 100a 3h 

20c E2 Berkshire Lis 11. 
PoRDON, Matteo (Mary) farmer 274a 

2h 10c E2 Windsor Win 77. 
Port, Chas. salesman Main St Chenango 

Forks Chen B tel. 
Port, Jesse farmer 3h Main St Chenango 

Forks Chen 53 B tel. 
Port, Lydia teacher 3h Main St Chenango 

Forks B tel. 
Port, Euth school teacher 3h Main St 

Chenango Forks B tel. 
Porter, Mrs. Carrie T Main St Chenango 

Forks Bar 56. 
Porter, Clieford Harpursville. 
Porter, E. H. (Alice A.) farmer O 400a 

5h Upper Lisle Tri 17. 
Porter, Floyd I. (Mildred G.) farmer 

T Sanitaria Springs Col 14. 
Porter, Fred N. (Effie) farmer & state 

road man H&L Ouaquaga Col 80. 
Porter, F. M. (Effie) wks on state high- 
way O H&L Ouaquaga Col 85. 
Porter, George C. (son E. H.) student 

Upper Lisle Tri 17. 
Porter, Harriett A. H&L E2 Union Mai 

9 B tel. 
Porter, Henry farm hand bds with Jus- 
tin Murray E3 Binghamton Kir 44. 
Porter, James W. (Elizabeth) general 

store & contractor O H&L El Chenango 

Forks Fen 1. 
Porter, Reynold bds with Elmer Peterson 

R2 Chenango Forks Tri 50. 
Porter, Walter E. (son Harriett) bar- 
ber E2 Union Mai 9 B tel. 
Portz, C. H. (Mary) farmer 53a 4h 

4e El Johnson City Un 47 B tel. 
Post, Archie L. (son Geo. F.) farmer 

2h 2e E2 Vestal Ves 21 Ind tel. 
Post, George F. (Anna I.) farmer 

15a E2 Vestal Ves 21 Ind tel. 
Post, Gertrude I. (dau Geo. F.) works 
in shoe factory E2 Vestal Ves 21 Ind 
tel. 



Post, J. H. bds with Harry Kelley De- 
posit Snfd 451/0. 
Potter, Edwin B. (son Eev. J. O.) silk 
weaver El Kirkwood Kir 20 Ind tel. 
Potter, E. R. (Cora) farmer O 145a 

2h lie Castle Creek Chen 34. 
Potter, H. W. (Bessie) carpenter & con- 
tractor O H&L Vestal Ves 21. 
Potter, J. M. farmer 44a 2h Bing- 
hamton Kir 2.- 
Potter, J. O. (Florence) minister T Ih 

El Kirkwood Kir 20 Ind tel. 
Potter, W. Eugene (Eozilla M.) 3 ch 

R F J) mail man O 10a 3h 2c Port 

Crane Fen 19 B tel. 
Potts, Andrew (Allie) farmer T 8h 4nc 

R4 Marathon Lis 26. 
Potts, Antoinette (dau Perry W.) R2 

Vestal Ves 28. 
Potts, Charles H. (Vera) salesman bds 

with Marks L. Vestal Ves 21 B tel. 
Potts, Clair (Agnes) 1 ch salesman O 

7a Vestal Ves 21. 
Potts, Frank (Alice) 1 ch carpenter O 

H&L Vestal Ves 21. 
Potts, James T. (Jennie B.) farmer O 

65a 2h 8c R2 Vestal Ves 28 Ind tel. 
Potts, Marks L. (Carrie H.) express 

messenger O H&L Vestal Ves 21 B 

tel. 
Potts, Orville H. (son Perry W.) O 40a 

Ih E2 Vestal Ves 28. 
Potts, Otis (Helen) works in I T E T 

Vestal Ves 21. 
Potts, Perry W. (Mary) 2 ch farmer 

O 65a 2h 9c E2 Vestal Ves 28. 
.Powell, Curtis farm laborer bds with 

Chas. A. Button Rl Kirkwood Kir 11 

Ind tel. 
Powell, Francis (Florence) farmer O 15a 

Ih 2c Vestal Center Ves 67. 
Powell, Nick section hand on D L & W 

bds with Joseph Casler Vestal Ves 22. 
Powers, Mrs. Celinda O 130a 3h 5e El 

Binghamton Bin 47 B tel. 
Powers, F. A. (Evia) 1 ch teacher O 

8a Ih Ic El Binghamton Bin 45 B 

tel. 
Powers, William (Sarah E.) farmer O 

8a Ih El Clienango Forks Fen 34 B 

tel. 
Powers, William H. (Jennie A.) farmer 

T El Chenango Forks Fen 34 B tel. 
PoYER, Claude (Mattie) 4 ch farmer T 

2h"5c Center Village Col 95. 
Poyer, Clyde farmer T Ouaquaga Col 

84. 
Poyer, Mrs. Mattie T Ouaquaga Col 84. 
Pratt, Clifford (Ina) creamery O H&L 

Harpursville Col 90. 



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RURAL DIRECTORY 



Pratt, Eakl H. (Clarice) 2 ch bee- 
keeper O 16a 4c Triangle Tri 51 lud 

tel. 
Pratt, Eli E. (Ophelia) farmer O 8a Ih 

Ic Harpursville Col 89. 
Pratt, Ephraim (Katie) 1 ch farmer O 

106a 3h 18c Harpursville Col 88. 
Pratt, Erman (Leah) 3 ch farming T 

3h 3c Rl Harpursville Col 74. 
Pratt, Mrs. Evelyn A. 1 ch T Rl Har- 
pursville Col 69. 
Pratt, Fred (Helen) laborer O H&L 

Nineveh Col 90. 
Pratt, Howard (Clara) 3 eh farmer T 

2h 26c Rl Nineveh Col 100 Ind tel. 
Pratt, Mrs. Mary J. T R2 Harpursville 

Col 71. 
Pratt, William D. (Gcna) 1 eh farmer 

T 3h 10c Rl Harpursville Col 69. 
Pratt, William H. (Mary Jane) farm- 
ing T Ih R2 Windsor Win 69. 
Prentice, Bert (Mabel) 1 eh merchant 

O store H&L R4 Binghamton Dick 

B tel. 
Prentice, Mrs. Catherine farming O H&L 

Rl Conklin Conk 25. 
Prentice, Ernest L. (Mary F.) gardener 

O 31a 2h 6c R4 Binghamton Fen 10 

B tel. 
Prentice, Ervin (Clara) gardener O 

2a Ih Ic Rl Conklin Conk 33 B tel. 
Prentice, Henry N. (Mary E.) post- 
master & insurance agent T Chenango 

Forks B;ir .^)6 B tel. 
Prentice, H. L. farmer T 2h R2 Bing- 
hamton Bin 8. 
Prentice, Myron (Flora) 4 ch farmer O 

143a Itaska Bar 33 B tel. 
Prentice, J. M. (Melinda) gardener T 

Chenango Bridge Clien 40 B tel. 
Prentice, Walter E. (Ethel M.) 3 ch 

farmer 36a 2h 12e Clienango Bridge 

Chenango 43 B tel. 
Preston, Herbert J. (Lucinda) 3 ch 

farmer O 122a 2h 22c R2 Bainbridge 

Snfd 671/2 Lid tel. 
Preston, James S. (Delia) ret O 60a 6c 

Glen Aubrey Nan 30 Ind tel. 
Price, Galusha A. (Mary A.) painter & 

paper hanger O 15a Deposit Snfd 53 

Ind tel. 
Prince, Charles (Catherine) farmer O 

100a 2h 5e Chenango Forks Bar 55. 
Prince, Frank (Sarah) 6 ch farmer O 

120a 3h 25c R2 Chenango Forks Bar 

48 Ind tel. 
Protzman, Albert (Belle) 3 ch farmer 

O 20a Ih 2c R2 Vestal Ves 47. 
Puffer, Mrs. Elizabeth Castle Creek Chen 

28. 
Puffer, Henrv (Kate) milkman O H&L 

2h Vestal Ves 21. 



PuLis, O. M. Nineveh. 

Pullis, Andrew (Ulria) farmer O 22a 

care of Friendsville stage Binghatnton 

Ves 76 Ind tel. 
Pullis, C. F. (Olive) 1 ch farmer 90a 

2h 12c R2 Vestal Ves 30. 
Pullis, Homer (Mabel) 1 ch farmer 

65a ?h 9c R2 Vestal Ves 30. 
Pultz, Edith (dau Ida) R2 Susquehanna 

Pa Win 90. 
Pultz, Frank (son Ida) farming R2 

Susquehanna Pa Win 90. 
Pultz, Fred O 130a 2h 8e R2 Susque- 
hanna Pa Win 91. 
Pultz, Herbert W. (Lettie) 5 ch farmer 

& thresher T 4h 24c R2 Windsor Win 

70. 
Pultz, H. Emma R2 Susquehanna Pa 

Win 91. 
Pultz, Mrs. Ida 5 ch farming O 161a 

3h 13c R2 Susquehanna Pa Win 90 

Ind tel. 
Pultz, James N. (Minnie) farmer 81a 

2h 4c R2 Susquehanna Pa Win 87 Ind 

tel. 
Pultz, Lucy bds with Fred R2 Susque- 
hanna Pa Win 91. 
Pultz, Nelson (son Ida) farming R2 

Susquehanna Pa Win 90. 
Pultz, Norman A. (Maggie) farmer T 

2h 4c R2 Windsor Win 72. 
Pultz, Peter G. O 84a Ih 17c R2 Sus- 
quehanna Pa Win 89 Ind tel. 
Pultz, Peter W. (Maude) 2 ch farmer 

T Ih 3c R2 Susquehanna Pa Win 89. 
Pultz, Ralph (son Ida) farming R2 Sus- 
quehanna Pa Win 90. 
Purdy, Arthur farmer T Rl Port Crane 

Fen 25 B tel. 
Purdy, Harvey B. (Ora D.) 1 ch farmer 

O 214a 2h 50c Rl Port Crane Fen 25 

B tel. 
Purtell, Mrs. Mary O 22a 2c Deposit 

Snfd 44. 
Purvis, William D. (Katie) farmer O 

72a 2h Ic Rl Vestal Ves 50 Ind tel. 
Putnam, Dever laborer T Rl Nineveh 

Col 116. 
Quain, Martin ret bds with Morgan 

Grace Rl Kirkwood Kir 38. 
Quain, M. F. Port Crane. 
Quick, Charles V. (May) farmer O 8a 

Ih R2 Harpursville Col 92. 
Quick, Geo. A. (T<la M.) farmer T Ic 

Rl Chenango Forks Fen 32. 
Quick, John (Etta) 2 ch farmer O 25a 

Ih Ic R2 Binghamton Bin 31/0. 
Quick, O. E. (Margaret) 4 ch farming 

O 100a 3h 12c Castle Creek Bar 27. 
Quinliran, Daniel (Sarah) 2 ch works at 
E. J. slioe factory O 2a R2 Union Un 
12. 



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BROOME COUNTY 



Quinn, James (Rose E.) farmer O 396a 

6h 50c R4 Binghamton Chen 29 B tel. 
QtJiNN, Joe p. (Bessie) 1 eh farmer T 

2h lie Rl Great Bend Pa Win 2014 

Ind tel. 
Quinn, Philip student bds with James 

Kelly R3 Binghamton Kir 54. 
Quinn, Vincent student bds with James 

Kelly R3 Binghamton Kir 54. 
RaceJ Fred farmer T 2h Castle Creek 

Chen 28. 
Ralph, A. E. Rl Chenango Forks. 
Ralph, George H. (Lydia E.) 1 ch flag- 
man T Kirkwood Kir 20. 
Ralyea, C. F. farmer O 67a 3h 6c R5 

Binghamton Chen 3 B tel. 
Ralyea, Ella S. O H&L Hooper TJn 32. 
Ramey, C. A. (Belle) farmer T Ih 2c 

East Windsor Win 122. 
Ramey, Fred farm laborer bds with C. 

A. East Windsor Win 122. 
Ramey, W. E. traking bds with C. A. 

East Windsor Win 122. 
Ramsey, J. B. (Ada) 2 ch farmer O 140a 

2h 9c R2 Harpursville Col 86. 
Randal, Jesse (Laura F.) farmer 51a 

Ih 5c Whitney Point Lis 50. 
Randall, Bradley (Bessie) 2 ch farmer 

T 4h 46c Itaska Bar 34 B tel. 
Randall, E. B. (Catherine) 4 ch farmer 

O 57a 3h 6c R4 Binghamton Chen 46. 
Randall, H. C. (Anna) merchant O H&L 

Lisle Lis 45. 
Randall, Jerome (Lila) 1 ch farmer O 

97a Ih 4c R3 Binghamton Kir 54 Ind 

tel. 
Randall, Mrs. Jessie Y. T Port Crane 

Fen 8. 
Randall, John W. (Katherine) 2 eh farm- 
er T R3 Binghamton Col 9. 
Randall, Merritt M. (Louise B.) 3 ch 

farmer O 68a 2h 7c R3 Binghamton 

Col 7. 
Randt, William bds with William G. 

Oswald Rl Yestal Yes 77 Ind tel. 
Rankin, George H. (Mary) 4 ch laborer 

T Ih Rl Yestal Yes 61. 
Ransford, Mary O l%a Rl Nineveh Col 

124. 
Ransom, Arthur W. (Iva) 1 ch farmer 

O 112a Glen Castle Chen 19 B tel. 
Ransom, W. H. (Phoebe), farmer T R4 

Binghamton Chen 41 Lid tel. 
Rapp, Chas. R. R2 Windsor. 
Rasco, John (Grace) 4 ch farmer O 40a 

2h 3c Rl Harpursville Col 53. 
Rathbun, John A. (Bessie M.) farmer 

50a 2h 23c Rl Whitney Point Tri 38 

Ind tel. 
Rausch, E. W. (Florence) farmer O la 

Ih R4 Binghamton Fen 10 B tel. 



Ray, Kathryn (dau Richard) teacher T 

R6 Susquehanna Pa Win 138. 
Ray, N. H. (Lelia M.) 2 ch farmer T 2h 

4c R4 Binghamton Chen 14. 
Ray, Richard R6 Susquehanna Pa Win 38. 
Rayne, F. L. Rl Union. 
Razey, Ellen S. O 84a Ic WiUow Point 

Yes 88 B tel. 
Razey, E. P. carpenter Willow Point Yes 

88 B tel. > 

Rector, Willis 1 ch farmer O 12a Hi Ic 

Rl Binghamton Conk 3 B tel. 
Redd, Floyd H. farmer O 40a Ih Upper 

Lisle Tri 18. 
Reed, Andrew R2 Union. 
Reed, Fayette (Ida) ret O H&L Ih 

Upper Lisle Tri 17. 
Reed, Fredrick H. (Susie) farmer O 18a 

Ih 3c R4 Binghamton Chen 50. 
Reed, Grace T R2 Berkshire Lis 15 Ind 

tel. 
Reed, Harriett farming O 149a 2h 20c 

R2 Berkshire Lis 15. 
Reed, Harry C. bds with C. F. Smith 

Upper Lisle Tri 18. 
Reed, JameS' (Emlurzilla) teamster la 

Rl Windsor Win 107 Ind tel. 
Reed, John Rolland (son Fayette) Upper 

Lisle Tri 17. 
Reed, Mrs. Mary l^^a H&L R4 Bing- 
hamton Chen 48. 
Reed, Walter (Blanche) 4 ch farmer O 

90a 3h 4e Rl Kirkwood Kir 16. 
Reese, H. E. (Edith L.) farmer O lli/4a 

Ih Ic R2 Binghamton Bin 20%. 
Rejebin, Norris 3 ch farmer O 115a 2h 

23c R5 Binghamton Mai 82 B tel. 
Reynolds, Abram J. carpenter O H&L 

Ih Rl Chenango Forks Fen 33. 
Reynolds, Albert W. (Effie) farmer O 

20a 2h 5c Rl Johnson City Un 48 B tel. 
Reynolds, Alfred (son Chas.) laborer Ih 

Gulf Summit Snfd 20. 
Reynolds, Alva P. (Adelia) dairy & gen- 
eral farmer 90a 21i 9c Gulf Summit 

Snfd 20. 
Reynolds, Bentley F. (Bertha M.) 5 ch 
' farmer O 60a 2h 3c R2 Susquehanna 

Pa Win 87. 
Reynolds, Charles (Matilda) blacksmith 

& farmer 25a 2h 2c Gulf Summit 

Snfd 20. 
Reynolds, Cornelius O. (Mary A.) 4 ch 

depot agent O 14a Sanitaria Springs 

Col 3. 
Reynolds, C. E. (Lillian A.) O H&L Rl 

Whitney Point Tri 10. ■ 
Reynolds, C. R. (Sarah) farmer O 65a 

2h i2c R2 Chenango Forks Bar 51. 
Reynolds, David R. (Minnie) 1 ch farm- 
er & carpenter O 58a Ih 5c Sanitaria 

Springs Col 10. 



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RUEAL DIRECTORY 



Reynolds, Erviu (Aiigie) 3 cli farmer O 

H&L Ih Naiiticoke Nan 7. 
Reynolds, Eugene (Harriett) farmer O 

90a 3h 5c R2 Harpursville Col 34 Ind 

tel. 
Reynolds, Eugene (Lula) 3 ch sexton T 

2h 3c Sanitaria Springs Col 14i/^. 
Reynolds, Geo. H. (Loretta M.) 4 ch 

farmer T 2h 17c Rl Port Crane Col 13 

B tel. 
Reynolds, Geo. W. (Blanche E.) 2 ch 

laborer O H&L Sanitaria Springs 

Col 3. 
Reynolds, Mrs. Henrietta T Rl Chenango 

Forks Fen 33. 
Reynolds, John farmer O 50a Ih 6c Rl 

Vestal Yes 61 Ind tel. 
Reynolds, John C. (Maud S.) 1 ch 

farmer O ISa Ih 6c Port Crane Fen 9. 
Reynolds, Kemp W. (Grace) 3 ch farm- 
er 10a Ih 3c Port Crane Fen 9. 
Reynolds, Leon blacksmith Tunnel Col 18. 
Reynolds, Mrs. Lydia 1 ch H&L Sani- 
taria Springs Col 4. 
Reynolds, Martin J. (Sara) farmer O 

50a 2h 8c Sanitaria Springs Col 12. 
Reynolds, Mrs. Mina Jane O 49a Rl 

Yestal Yes 63 Ind tel. 
Reynolds, Myron H. insurance agent O 

H&L Sanitaria Springs Col 4. 
Reynolds, Raymond (son Bentley) la- 
borer Susquehanna Pa Win 87. 
Reynolds, R. D. (Anna) 2 ch farmer O 

162a 3h 23c R2 Chenango Forks 

Bar 57. 
Reynolds, Wm. (Olive Y.) farmer O 50a 

ih 5c R2 Windsor Win 69. 
Rhatigan, Henry J. bds with Wm. J. 

Corbitt Rl Conklin Conk 36. 
Rhinevault, Harry H. (Ora) 1 ch farm- 
er T 3h 17c R2 Union Un 10 B tel. 
Rhinevault, Mrs. Sarah bds with Mark L. 

Potts Yestal Yes 21 B tel. 
Rhodes, David G. (Ella) farming 18a 

2h 2c Rl Yestal Yes 84 B tel. 
Rhodes, Geo. (Florence) farming O 21a 

le Rl Yestal Yes 86 B tel. 
Rhodes, H. N. (Jane E.) 2 ch cigarmaker 

& wks in I. T. R. O H&L Rl Yestal 

Yes 23. 
Rhodes, Lorin M. (Anna) 1 ch farmer 

154a 5h 2c E5 Binghamton Un 56 B 

tel. 
Rhodes, L. A. (Cora) farmer O 86a 3h 

10c Rl Johnson City Mai 73 B tel. 



Riale, Walter J. (Mae) 1 ch shoeworker 
O 15a RD Binghamton Bin 23. ' 

Ribnikar, Louis (Susie) 2 ch wks for E. 
Johnson shoe factory O 50a Ih 6c E5 
Binghamton Dick 2. 

Ribnkr, Paul (Anna) 1 ch farmer 50a 
Ih 6c R5 Binghamton Dick 2. 

Rice, Mrs. Ellen housekeeper T Glen Au- 
brey Nan 30 Ind t€l. 

Rice, Fred (Belle) 2 ch farmer O 134a 
3h 17c Upper Lisle Tri 17 Ind tel. 

Rice, J. G. (Edith) 1 ch minister T Ih 
Harpursville Col 90 Ind tel. 

Rice, Otto farmer T Glen Aubrey 
Nan 30. 

Rich, E. F. (Ellen E.) farmer 4a 2h 
19c Whitney Point Bar 33 B tel. 

Richards, Elbert (Melissa) farmer O 70a 
2h 5c Whitney Point Nan 16 Ind tel. 

Richards, Harry trapper O H&L Har- 
pursville Col 90. 

Richakds, Harry J. (Lena) 4 ch farmer 
T Ih Rl Great Bend Pa Win 20^^ Ind 
tel. 

Richards, John S. laborer le Rl Bing- 
hamton Bin 32. 

Richards, Josephine E. T Clienango Forks 
Fen 31. 

Richards, Mrs. Margaret 35a Rl Bing- 
hamton Bin 32. 

Richards, Nathan 1 ch laborer O 225a 2h 
17c Whitney Point Nan 25 Ind tel. 

Richards, State W. farmer 102a 4h 
25c Chenango Forks Fen 31. 

Richardson, Dow farmer 60a Ih Rl 
Lisle Lis 28. 

Richardson, E. J. (Edith) farmer 
200a 3h 50c Killawog Lis 41 B tel. 

Richardson, Ransom (Frances) 2 ch me- 
chanic O H&L 2c Killawog Lis 42. 

Richardson, Wesley (Frances) farmer T 
2h Ic R4 Marathon Lis 25. 

Richmond, Edwin M. station agent T 
Itaska Bar 20 B tel. 

Rick, C. E. Sanford. 

Rickard, Lulu bds with James Shedd Rl 
Windsor Win 116. 

Rickard, M. (Libbie) farmer O 51a 2h 
12c Ouaquaga Col 94. 

Rickerson, Ed (Edith) 1 ch ret O H&L 
Killawog Lis 37 Ind tel. 

Ricks, Albert L. bds with Clias. E. San- 
ford Snfd 33. 



Serviceable Furniture 

HILLS, McLEAN & HASKINS, 



for every room in the house. It 
will pay you to investigate our 
prices in this department :: 

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Eicks, Charles E. (Eva M.) 3 ch farmer 

O 120a 2h 21c Sanford Snfd 33 Ind 

tel. 
Riddell, Cliarles H. farmer 89a 21i 10c 

Rl Johnson City Mai 51 B tel. 
Rider, Edgar H. farmer 20a 2h 17c 

Port Crane Fen 18. 
Rider, Mary E. farmer T Port Crane 

Fen 18. 
Rider, William (Florence E.) 1 ch 

farmer O 100a 3h 25c Rl Biughamton 

Chen 44 B tel. 
Ridpath, Mrs. Eliza bds with G. L. 

Gibbs Vestal Center Ves 76 Ind tel. 
Ried, George (Minnie) 1 ch laborer T 

Killawog Lis 37. 
Riley, A. B. (Etta) 2 ch farmer O 12a 

2h 3c Glen Aubrey Nan 30 Ind tel. 
Riley, Benjamin F. (son Dewitt M.) R2 

Windsor Win 2. 
Riley, Charles (Anna) 6 ch lumberman 

O 130a 4h 21c R2 Afton Snfd 64. 
Riley, Dewitt M. 2 ch farmer O 572a 

5h 30c R2 Windsor Win 2 Ind tel. 
Riley, Frank butcher bds with L. H. 

Bennett Vestal Ves 21 Ind tel. 
Riley, Fred 100a 2h 5c R2 Windsor Win 

31 Ind tel. 

Riley, Lewis (Lou) 1 ch teacher T R2 

Windsor Win 2 Ind tel. 
Riley, Loren D. (Ethel) 3 ch farmer O 

122a 3 hl.5c R3 Binghamton Col 37. 
Riley, Margaret attendant at State Hos- 
pital RD Binghamton Kir 10 Ind tel. 
Riley, Milo (Sarah) 1 ch farmer O 150a 

15h 19c Glen Aubrey Nan 30 Ind tel. 
Riley, Walton R. (son Dewitt M.) R2 

Windsor Win 2. 
Rines, Albert D. (Florence B.) 2 ch T 

Port Crane Fen 9. 
Rink, Richard (Lillie) 2 ch foreman O 

s/.a H&L Windsor Win 83V2. 
Riordan, Luke (Jennie) 3 ch farmer O 

245a 6h 41c Rl Lisle Lis 36 B tel. 
Rittenburg, Burt (Minnie) 2 ch section 

hand T Chenango Forks Chen 53. 
Rittenburg, Frank (Lury) farmer O 7a 

R4 Binghamton Chen 52 Ind tel. 
Rittenburg, Mrs. Julia O 16a,, Chenango 

Forks Bar 54. 
Rittenburg, M. H. (Susie) 2 ch groc- 
eries O 14a Chenango Forks Chen 53 

Ind tel. 
Rivenburgh, John (Mary) 1 ch laborer 

T Whitney Point Lis 50. 
Rivers, Ellsworth (Pearl) 1 ch farmer 

O 106a 3h 14c R2 Harpursville Col 

32 Ind tel. 

Rivers, Geo. Lee (Katie W.) 1 ch 
farmer T Rl Port Crane Col 3 B 
tel. 



Roach, M. (Florence) farmer O 90a 2h 

8c Rl Choconut Pa Ves 42. 
Roach, Patrick (Mary) farmer 100a 

R5 Binghamton Chen 9. 
Robbing, Theodore D. (Mary) fruit 

farming O 2a 2c Gulf Summit Snfd 

20. 
Roberson, John A. (Sarah) 1 ch carpen- 
ter O H&L Union Center Un 13. 
Roberts, Alden D. farmer O 33a 2h lie 

Rl Chenango Forks Fen 34 B tel. 
Roberts, Archie C. (son Herbert) farmer 

R2 Windsor Win 34 Ind tel. 
Roberts, George L. (Grace) 2 ch farmer 

O 80a 2h 17c Sanford Snfd 32 Ind 

tel. 
Roberts, Henry G. (Otitic L.) farmer 

O 5% a 2h Rl Port Crane Fen 18. 
Roberts, Herbert W. (Eva) 6 ch farmer 

O 269a 5h 23c R2 Windsor Win 34 

Ind tel. 
Roberts, Ida B. housekeeper for Silas J. 

Rl Binghamton Bin 29. 
Roberts, Lewis (Ruth) 2 ch bill poster 

O la Ih Ic R4 Binghamton Chen 46. 
Roberts, Mrs. L. D. R4 Binghamton 

Chen 38. 
Roberts, Mary bds with Geo. L. Sanford 

Snfd 32. 
Roberts, Mary E. Rl Nineveh. 
Roberts, Mrs. Minerva G. farming O 11a 

Ic Vestal Center Ves 76. 
Roberts, Philandrow (Eva) ret O H&L 

Rl Great Bend Pa Kir 25. 
Roberts, Ralph R. (son Herbert W.) 

nuto repairman Windsor Win 34 Ind 

tel. 
Roberts, R. H. (Jane) 1 ch florist Rl 

Binghamton Bin 20 Ind tel. 
Roberts, R. H. (Jennie) 2 ch farmer O 

214a 5h 20c Rl Lisle Lis 42 B tel. 
Roberts, Silas J. janitor at courthouse 

O 112a 3h 15c Rl Binghamton Bin 

29. 
Roberts, W. H. (Mabel L.) general 

store O Harpursville Col 92 Ind tel. 
Robertson, A. L. (Pauline) farmer O 

22a Ih 4c Lisle Lis 47 Ind tel. 
Robertson, Martin (Cyutta) 4 ch 

farmer T 5h R4 Binghamton Fen 10. 
Robie, H. A. (Alma H.) farmer O 300a 

7h 29c Rl Whitney Point Tri 14 Ind 

tel. 
Robins, Mrs. Anna housekeeper for Rol- 

land Harrison Triangle Tri 52. 
Robins, Lester (Eliza) 5 ch blacksmith 

T Triangle Tri 51. 
Robinson, Mrs. Delia bds with Joel 

Noyes R2 Vestal Ves 17 Ind tel. 
Robinson, George W. blacksmith T Cen- 
ter Village Col 91. 

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Robinson, H. L. blacksmith O Harpurs- 

ville Col 74. 
Robinson, Jesse (Anna) farmer O 20a 

2k 26c R2 Johnson City Un 46 B tel. 
Robinson, Menzo (Catherine) dairy 

farming 180a 6h 60c R5 Bingham- 

toii Chen 10 B tel. 
Robinson, Ralph (Norah) 6 ch farmer 

85a 4h 12c Tunnel Col 50. 
Robinson, Sara E. Harpursville. 
Robinson, Willard (Ella) carpenter O 

H&L Harpursville Col 74 Ind tel. 
Robinson, W. H. (Lista) 2 ch farmer O 

18a Ih Ic R4 Marathon Lis 37. 
Robison, Glee (Margaret N.) farmer T 

1* .Sc R2 Harpursville Col 40. 
Robison, Grace M. assistant matron T 

Port Dickinson Fen 10. 
Rockefeller, Amos C. (Louella) 2 ch 

carpenter T Johnson Citv Un 53 B 

tel. 
Rockwell, Charles 6 ch farmer T 5h 

R2 Vestal Ves 32. 
Rockwell, Daniel (Helen) ret O H&L 

Ih 1g R1 Windsor Win 116. 
Rockwell, Frank Hooper. 
Rockwell, Hiram A. (Anna Bella) 3 ch 

farmer O 140a 2h 10c R2 Windsor 

Win 70. 
Rockwell, Jay (Eva) 7 ch farmer 

127y2a 2h 16c R5 Binghamton Bar 8. 
Rockwell. Jesse traveling man R.2 Wind- 
sor Win 70. 
Rockwell, John H. (Carrie L.) 6 ch 

state highway patrolman O 58a 2h 9c 

R2 Windsor Win 70 Ind tel. 



Rockwell, Mildred (dau Hiram 
school R2 Windsor Win 70. 



A.) 



Roekwood, Mrs. Etta J. O H&L Castle 

Creek Chen 28. 
Rode, Henry (Emma A.) 3 ch farmer 

O 240a 4h 51c Deposit Snfd 56 Ind 

tel. 
Rode, John H. bds with Henry Deposit 

Snfd 56. 
Rode, Verne bds with Henry Deposit 

Snfd 56. 
Rodman, Arthur (son Harry E.) student 

R2 Binghamton Bin 11 Ind tel. 
Rodman, F. C. (Ellen) 1 ch farmer 

27a Ih 2c Rl Conklin Bin 39. 
Rodman, G. A. (Ama) 2 ch farmer O 

55a 2h 3c R2 Binghamton Bin 11 Ind 

tel. 
Rodman, Harry E. (Maude) 3 ch farmer 

T 6h lie R2 Binghamton Bin 11 Ind 

tel. 
Roe, Levi S. Conklin. 
Rogers, Carlton E. (Harriet) farmer Rl 

Binghamton Conk 1. 
Rogers, Frank (Daisy), wks at E. J. 

shoe factory O 2a Union Center Un 12 

B tel. 
Rogers, Fred (Ella) 2 ch decorator O 

10a Ih Rl Nineveh Col 100 Ind tel. 
Rogers, Grace (dau Julius E.) school 

teacher Rl Binghamton Conk 1 B tel. 
Rogers, G. E. (Mina) 2 ch farmer O 

185a 4h 18c R2 Suquehanna Pa Win 

99 Ind tel. 
Roaers, John (Emma) farmer O 110a 

ih Ic R2 Harpursville Col 34. 
Rogers, Julius E. (Helen) farmer O 

160a 9h 50e El Binghamton Conk 1 

B tel. 




Residence of Thomas B. Merchant. Conklin Townsliip 
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BROOME COUNTY 



Rogers, L. E. (Winifred) 1 ch farmer 

O 250a 6h 67c Sanford Snfd 59 Ind 

tel. 

Eogers, Nellie B. (dau Julius E.) school 

teacher El Binghamton Conk 1 B tel. 

Rogers, P. A. (Edith M.) real estate O 

30a Ih 2c Center Village Col 90. 
Rogers, Warren student bds with G. L. 

Gibbs Vestal Center Ves 76 Ind tel. 
Rohrback, Simon 2 ch farmer O 50a 2h 

Ic R2 Union Mai 21 B tel. 
Ronacher, Joseph (Elizabeth) 1 ch 
farmer O 100a 3h 23c Sanford Snfd 
58 Ind tel. 
Rood, Edwin (Augusta) farmer O 12a 

Ih 2c Rl Lisle Lis 44. 
Rood, William F. farming 240a 5h 8e 

Rl Vestal Ves 52 B tel. 
Rood, W. C. (Clara M.) 1 ch farmer O 

12a 2h 4c Lisle Lis 45. 
RooSA, A. G. (Nina A.) 1 ch farmer O 
112a 3h 8c Rl Great Bend Pa Win 
46. 
RoosA, C. H. (Katherine) 8 ch section 
foreman on railroad T Kirkwood 
Kir 20. 
Roosa, Mrs. Geo. R. 42a RD Bingham- 
ton Win 46. 
Root, Al (Alma) 2 ch laborer O H&L 

Whitney Point Lis 50. 
Root, A. B. Upper Lisle. 
Root, Erastus B. ret bds with H. C. 

Upper Lisle Tri 15 Ind tel. 
Root, H. C. (Catherine) farmer O 50a 

3h 4e Upper Lisle Tri 15 Ind tel. 
Root, H. E. Nanticoke. 
Rose, Edward 1 eh laborer O la Gulf 

Summit Snfd 201/2- 
Rose, Mrs. Elen J. O 175a H&L R2 

Windsor Win 28. 
Rose, Mrs. Elizabeth (dau Robt. Darrow) 

1 ch Rl Vestal Ves 51. 
Rose, Horatio (Carrie) farming O 100a 
4h 43 c Gulf Summit Snfd IQVs Ind tel. 
Rose, Mark (Mary) laborer T Whitney 

Point Bar 1. 
Rose, Ward (Charlotte) dairyman at 
State Hospital Binghamton Kir 9 Ind 
tel. 
ROSENCRANCE, ,T. H. (Emma) farmer T 

2h 2c R4 Binghamton Dick 4 B tel. 
ROSENCRANS, Marion G. (Lora J.) poul- 
try & dairy farmer 12a Ih 12c Star 
Route Hale Eddy Snfd 57 Ind tel. 
Rosencrantz, Jessie 1 ch T RD Great 

Bend Pa Win 49. 
Rosenkrans, C. H. laborer bds with Floyd 

E. R2 Binghamton Bin 3. 
Rosenkrans, Floyd E. farmer O 50a 4h 
R2 Binghamton Bin 3. 



Rosenzweig, Clemens (Lena) 4 ch farmer 

O 75a 5h 14c R3 Binghamton Fen 11. 
Ross, Chas. N. (Louise) 5 ch farmer O 
90a 2h 7c Castle Creek Chen 28 B tel. 
Ross, Frank (Agnes) 2 eh farmer O 187a 

3h 37c Castle^ Creek Chen 28 B tel. 
Ross, O. C. (Alphia E.) 1 ch machinist 

T R2 Union Mai 20 B tel. 
Ross, Tony laborer O H&L Ih R2 Bing- 
hamton Bin 23. 
Ross, W. H. (Pearl) farmer O 280a 5h 

40c Glen Castle Chen 20 B tel. 
Rought, James (Belle) 2 ch farmer O 

115a 3h 18c E2 Vestal Ves 30. 
Rounds, Anna (dau Fayette L.) Vestal 

Ves 22 B tel. 
Rounds, Clifton student bds with Luther 

Lathrop Vestal Center Ves 65. 
Rounds, Fayette L. (Susie) 2 ch coal 

dealer O H&L Vestal Ves 22 B tel. 
Rounds, Laura (dau Louie J.) student 

Union Ves 22 B tel. 
Rounds, Louie J. (Elma L.) farmer & 
truck gardener O 35a Ih 5e Union 
Ves 22 B tel. 
Rounds, Orr farmer O 65a 5h 8c care 
Friendsville stage Vestal Center Ves 69. 
Rounds, Theodore A. coal Vestal Ves 22. 
Rounds, William M. (Delia) farmer O 
100a 3h 10c Vestal Center Ves 69 Ind 
tel. 
RouRKE, Mrs. M. Vestal. 
Rowe, Asa J. (Amelia) 1 ch signalman 

T Chenango Forks Chen 53. 
Rowe, Blake (Helen) creamery foreman 
bds with P. Kniskern Kirkwood 
Kir 20. 
RowE, Delbert (Nellie) 10 ch farmer O 
200a 3h 16c Rl Nineveh Col 110 Ind 
tel. 
Rowe, Mrs. Emma O H&L Harpursville 

Col 90. 
Rowe, Nellie farmer O 43a Rl Nineveh 

Col 115. 
Rowley, William D. (Lydia I.) farmer 
Ilia 2h 17c R2 Binghamton Bin 20 
Ind tel. 
RoYCE, Noel H. (Lelia) 2 ch farmer O 

135a 3h 17e Rl Conklin Conk 10. 
Roys, Mrs. Esther A. O 8a Vestal Ves 21. 
Roys, Linn (son Esther) freight agent 

for D L & W Vestal Ves 21. 
Rozell, Arthur (Cora) farmer O 104a 3h 

12c Lisle Lis 50 Ind tel. 
Rozell, Elihu (Rebecca) farmer O 150a 

2h 7c R5 Binghamton Chen 1 B tel. 
Rozell, H. A. (Laura B.) 1 ch farmer O 

30a Ih 10c Rl Lisle Lis 35. 
Rozell, J. T. R5 Binghamton. 
Rozell, Ralph C. bds with Wm. H. San- 
ford' Snfd 44. 



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RozELL, William H. (Emeline) farmer 

100a 3h 23c Sanford Snfd 44 Ind tel. 

RozELL, William M. (Edith H.) 1 ch 

farmer O 218a 6h 68c Sanford Snfd 

41 Ind tel. 

Rozelle, Adison A. (Gertrude) farmer O 

85a 2h lie Rl Johnson City Un 50 B 

tel. 

Rozelle, Charles E. (Anna) farmer O 50a 

4h 8c Maine Mai 34 B tel. 
Rozelle, Edward D. 3 ch farmer O 182a 

4h 31c Maine Mai 34. 
Rozelle, Eldon J. (Luella) 1 ch farmer 
O 200a 5h 18e Rl Johnson City Mai 54 
B tel. 
Rozelle, Floyd (Catherine) 1 eh farmer 

51a R5 Binghamton Chen 1. 
Rozelle, H. E. farmer 95a 2h 4c 

Maine Mai 34. 
Rozelle, Josiah A. (Jannett) 1 ch farm- 
er O 122a 3h 15c Rl Johnson City Un 
48 B tel. 
Rozelle, J. T. (Delia) 2 ch farmer O 
220a 8h 40c R5 Binghamton Dick 2 
B tel. 
Rssen, George (Mary) 4 ch laborer T 

Vestal A^es 22. 
Ruckel, Frank ret 10a R2 Vestal 

Ves 21. 
Ruckel, Mary C. (dau Frank) R2 Vestal 

Ves 21. 
Ruland, A. J. farmer O 70a 2h 12c Rl 

Nineveh Col 101%. 
Ruland, Charles (Harriett) farmer O 
110a 5h 27c Center Village Col IOII/2. 
Ruland, J. A. (Bertha B.) 2 ch farmer 
O 100a 2h 28c Center Village Col lOlVa 
Ind tel. 
Ruland, J. A. Nineveh. 
Ruland, M. F. (Narsie) feed store O 12a 

Ih Ic Harpursville Col 90 Ind tel. 
RuLisON, Frank (Emogene) farmer. O 
50a 2h 7c R2 Binghamton Bin 20% 
Ind tel. 
Rulison, Henry (Agnes) employe D L & 
W R R Co 4a Ic Corbettsville Conk 
42 B tel. 
Rulison, Nelson J. (Anna) 1 ch farmer 
O 95a 4h 15c Rl Conklin Conk 19 B 
tel. 
Rumpf, Mason M. (Sarah E.) farming O 
80a 2h 14c Rl Windsor Snfd 17 Ind 
tel. 
Rumpf, S. E. (Bertha) 1 ch painter & 
paperhanger T Center Village Col 91. 
Runner, H.' D. (Rhodie 15.) ret H&L 

Ih Castle Creek Chen 25. 
Rush, Fred S. (Frances) wagon maker & 
blacksmith 17a Vestal Center Ves 76. 
Russell, C. F. (Hannah M.) undertaker 
& farmer O 40a 2h 5e Vestal Center 
Ves 76 Ind tel. 



Russell, Edgar J. farmer O 215a 3h 19c 

Rl Nineveh Snfd 35 Ind tel. 
Russell, Ernest O Rl Nineveh Snfd 35. 
Russell, Fred W. (Lizzie M.) 2 ch farmer 

O 97a 4h 16c Rl Port Crane Col 2 B 

tel. 
Russell, George (Jennie) ret O H&L R2 

Vestal Ves 14 Ind tel. 
Russell, Geo. H. (Alice) 2 ch farmer O 

40a 2h 5c Sanitaria Springs Col 4 Ind 

tel. 
Russell, James farmer T Sanitaria 

Springs Col 10. 
Russell, James W. (Edna) 4 ch farmer 

T 2h 15c Rl Union Un 6. 
Russell, Jerome (Secara) farmer T 2h 4c 

R2 Harpursville Col 48 Ind tel. 
Russell, Julian H. stone cutter bds with 

Abram L. Deposit Snfd 53 Ind tel. 
Russell, Lee bds with Geo. Minner San- 
ford Snfd. 
Russell, Lewis E. (Edith) farmer O 80a 

2h 6e Rl Johnson City Un 48 B tel. 
Russell, Mary Rl Nineveh Snfd 35. 
Russell, Meloy M. (Rozell) 3 ch farmer 

O 63a 2h 3c Sanitaria Springs Col 14. 
Russell, Minnie Rl Nineveh Snfd 35. 
Russell, Nancy C. bds Rl Windsor Snfd 

29 Ind tel. 
Russell, Thomas G. (Florence) 1 ch 

teacher bds with Mrs. Edward Logan 

care Friendsville stage Vestal Center 

Ves 69 Ind tel. 
Russell, W. H. (Lizzie) ret O 122a 3h 

lie R2 Vestal Ves 48 Ind tel. 
Ruttner, David farmer T Rl Port Crane 

Fen 18. 
Ruttner, Myron (Mary) 3 ch farmer O 

124a 2h 15c Rl Port Crane Fen 18. 
Ryan, Andrew farmer O 76a Ih 5c Nanti- 

coke Nan 5. 
Ryan, Elizabeth bds Whitney Point 

Tri 5. 
Ryan, John farmer O 375a 3h 40c Nan- 

ticoke Nan 5. 
Ryan, Mathew (Mary) 1 ch farmer O 

"l67a 3h 35c Nanticoke Nan 7 Ind tel. 
Ryan, William T. farmer O 65a 2h 2c 

Rl Conklin Conk 6. 
Ryerson, Paul (Cora) 1 ch farmer T 2h 

Whitney Point Bar 16. 
Ryns, E. W. (Addie) 1 eh farmer 110a 

Ih Ic R2 Windsor Win 36 Ind t«l. 
Saddlemever, H. M. traveling salesman 
O H&L Chenango Forks Chen 33 B 
tel. 
Saddlemike. Bert (Georgeanna) 2 ch 
farmer O 86a 4h 12c R2 Johnson 
City Un 27 B tel. 
Saddlemire, Eugene W. (Ethel) 7 ch 
farmer T 3h 21c Maine Mai 37 B tel. 



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BROOME COUNTY 



Saddlemire, Merton a. (Goldie) farmer 

O 9714a 4h 9c El Binghamtoii Bin 41. 
/ St. John, Lark R. (Grace) 2 eh farming 

O 106a 3h 15c Castle Ci-eek Chen 28 

B tel. 
St. John, W. M. (Elizabeth) 3 ch farmer 

O 53a 2h 15c E5 Binghamton Chen 

211/2 B tel. 
Saley, H. S. (Elizabeth) farmer T 31i 

6c R2 Binghamton Bin 201/2. 
Salisberry, Charles (Martha) 3 ch 

farmer T 2h 48c Deposit Snfd 56 In«T 

tel. 
Salisbury, Alton J. (Ethel L.) farmer 

T Rl Port Crane Fen 25. 
Salisbury, Mrs. Anna E. 3 ch farming 

O 180a 3h 25c East Windsor Win 

101. 
Salisbury, Earl Rl Windsor. 
Salisbury, Erma (dau John East Wind- 
sor Win 101. 
Salisbury, Fletcher (Clara) 1 ch farmer 

T Ih Rl Binghamton Bin 41 B tel. 
Salisbury, Gordin (son Anna) farmer 

East Windsor Win 101. 
Salisbury, John farmer O Hc&L East 

Windsor Win 101. 
Salisbury, Raymond (son Anna) farm- 
er East Windsor Win 101. 
Salisbury, William (Lillian) gardner O 

100a 6h 12c Rl Conklin Conk 34 B 

tel. 
Salmon, J. C. (Florence) printer O 5a 

Ih R4 Binghamton Fen 10 B tel. 
Salsberry, Rosco W. (Rose W.) 2 ch 

farmer T Ih 2c Sanford Snfd 9. 
Salvadore, Lupo section hand on D L 

& W Vestal Ves 22. 
Samson, W. E. (Dora) general store 

O 2a Kirkwood Kir 20 Ind tel. 
Sanders, Harvey R. (Tacy) farmer O 

296a 5h 15c Rl Johnson Citv Un 50 

B tel. 
Sands, James C. (Harriet C). 1 ch 

farmer & storekeeper O 150a 3h 26c 

Rl Nineveh Col 106 Ind tel. 
Sanford, Bert (Anna) 3 ch laborer T 

Ic Castle Creek Chen 28 B tel. 
Sanford, L. E. (Louisa) 2 cli farmer 

O 93a 2h 14c Rl Nineveh Col 100. 
Saterley, Emaline bds Lisle Lis 45. 
Sawyer, Philip G. farmer O 60a 2h 3c 

Rl Tunnel Fen 41 Ind tel. 
Saxby, Arthur (son James A.) R2 

Susquehanna Pa Win 92. 
Saxby, Charles (son Robert) 2h Rl 

Great Bend Pa Win 65. 
Saxby, Geo. W. (Cora) 1 ch farmer O 

70a 2h 18c Rl Great Bend Pa Win 

39 Ind tel. 



Saxby, Glenn A. (Verna) 2 ch farmer 

O 185a Ih 5c Rl Great Bend Pa Win 

62 Ind tel. 
Saxby, James A. (Blanch) 1 ch farmer 

O 76a 3h 20c Susquehanna Pa Win 

92 Ind tel. 
Saxby, John (Ruth) farm hand R2 Sus- 
quehanna Pa Win 84 Ind tel. 
Sa^by, Robert (Lucy) 2 ch farmer O 

110a 3h 15c Rl Great Bend Pa Win 

65 Ind tel. 
Saxby, Ross (son Robert Rl Great 

Bend Pa Win 65 Ind tel. 
Saxby, William (Anna) farmer O 100a 

2h 10c Susquehaima Pa Win 92. 
Scanlon, John (Mildred) 3 ch railroad 

O 100a Ih 15c Tunnel Col. 
Schering, Herman A. (Mary A.) 2 ch 

farmer O 100a 2h 9c Port Crane Fen 

12. 
Schernahorn, A. P. (Myra) 3 ch 

teamster T 3h Whitney Point Bar 16 

B tel. 
ScHEBNERHORN. Crayton L. (Dora A.) 

5 ch farmer O 120a 5h 12e Rl Port 

Crane Fen 42. 
Schernerhorn, Olin (Julia A.) 1 ch far- 
mer O 45a 2h 6c Rl Port Crane Col 

2 B tel. 
ScHERTER, Chas. R2 Union. 
Schneider, Louis E. (Katherine) 2 ch 

brick mason O H&L R2 Johnson City 

Un 45%. 
Schneider, Robert (Frances) mechanic 

O 8a R4 Binghamton Chen 44. 
Schnieder, John W. (Catherine) 2 ch 

farmer 36a Ih 3c Rl Kirkwood Win 

37. 
Schofield, Oscar bds with Chas. E. Olm- 
sted R2 Bainbridge Snfd 67. 
Schouten, Egbert (Ina) farmer O 67a 

Ih Ic R3 Binghamton Col 8. 
Schumacher, Fred. Rl Binghamton. 
ScHUTT, Orlando N. (Jessie) works at 

E. J. shoe factory O H&L R2 John- 
son City Un 46%. 
Scofield, Charles (Mary) 4 ch farmer 

O 205a 3h 28c Deposit Snfd 55% 

Ind tel. 
Scofield, J. Stuart (Sarah Maude) 

farmer & beekeeper T Rl Kirkwood 

Kir 19 Ind tel. 
Scofield, Susan C. farming O 60a R4 

Binghamton Chen 30. 
Scornburger. Oscar iioultryman at state 

hospital RD Binghamton Kir 10 Ind 

tel. 
Scott, Mrs. Ada 2 ch farming O 50a 

Ih 5c Center Village Col 101. 
Scott, C. W. (Eva) 1 ch works in 

tannery T Vestal Ves 21. 



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Scott, Emmett A. (Floretta W.) 1 ch 

farmer T Rl Tunnel Fen 47. 
Scott, Fred. Rl Chenango Forks. 
Scott, Fred. M. (Catherine) 4 ch coal 

dealer T 2h Rl Johnson City Un 47 

B tel. 
Scott, George laborer T 4h E2 Vestal 

Ves 3. 
Scott, Mrs. Gertie 2 ch farmer O 23a 

7c R2 Vestal Ves 3 Ind tel. 
Scott, G. R. (Mvrtie E.) 6 ch laborer 

O H&L R2 Binghamton Bin 23. 
Scott, James farmer T 2h 24c Deposit 

Snfd 54 Ind tel. . 
Scott, Johk W. (Mary E.) farmer O 

106a 3h 9c Deposit Snfd 54 Ind tel. 
Scott, Raymond J. (Helen F.) merchant 

& dairy farming O 260a 3h 40c 

Ociuaga Lake Snfd B tel. 
Scott, Thomas Walter (Jessie L.) 1 

ch farmer O 100a 5h 35c El Chen- 
ango Forks Fen 34 B tel. 
Scott, Willard (Josie) farmer 104a 

21i 7c Kirkwood Kir 22. 
Scott, Willard A. (Jennie E.) 2 ch 

creamery work T El Chenango Forks 

Fen 34 *B tel. 
Seovill, Ed. (Minnie) 1 ch farmer T 

2h 25c Rl Lisle Nan 10 Ind tel. 
Seoville, Franklin ret %a Rl Great 

Bend Pa Kir 24 Ind tel. 
ScroDER, Abram L. (Pauline A.) ret O 

16a Ih le Deposit Snfd 53 Ind tel. 
SCUDDER, A. C. Ouaquaga. 
Scudder, Cliarles F. (Eva M.) farmer 

O 47a 2h 6c R3 Binghamton Col 9. 
SciTJDER, David T. (Anna M.) stock 

dealer O ' 75a 2h 9c R3 Binghamton 

Col 7 B tel. 
Scudder, Harry C. (Nellie F.) 2 ch 

meat cutter at state hospital 2a Hi 

R3 Binghamton Col 8. 
Scudder, John (Hattie) 3 ch farmer O 

90a 2h 7e R2 Harpursville Col 34 Ind 

tel. 
Scudder, Mabel D. (dau A. L.) Deposit 

Snfd 53 Ind tel. 
Scutt, Sidney G. (Eva K.) 2 ch car- 

T'enter O 2a Oquaga Lake Snfd 26 B 

tel. 
Scutt, Wm. T. (Rosa) carpenter O 95a 

Oquaga Lake Snfd 47 B t^l. 
Seabury, Alac (Marie) farmer 53a 3h 

8e E5 Binghamton Mai 67 B tel. 



Seal, John (Ada V.) 9 ch farmer 

SSi/^a 2h 10c R3 Binghamton Win 

30y2. 
Seamax, Fred. E. (Minnie) livery & 

sale stables O 30a 35h 10c Hooper 

Un 32. 
Searles, Arthur (Fannie) 1 eh lumber- 
man T Rl Nineveh Col 1161/2. 
Searles, Elias lumberman H&L 2h 

2c Rl Nineveh Col 116^^. 
Sears, Frank physician 49a 2h Bing- 
hamton Kir 5i. 
Sebesta, Job.n farmer T Ih Ic R3 Bing- 
hamton Col 7. 
Sebesta, Martin farmer T Ih Ic R3 

Binghamton Col 7. 
See, Nelson (Marv) 2 ch poultryman 

O 55a Ih 4c Deposit Snfd 53 Ind tel. 
Seeley, Amos (Florence) farmer O 55a 

5e Rl Tunnel Col 25. 
Seeley, David (Allie) 1 ch farming O 

48a 2h 3c Rl Vestal Ves 86. 
Seeley, Wm. farming O 50a 2c Hale ' 

Eddv Snfd 51. 
Self, Cliarles B. (Estlier) farmer 140a 

8h 23c R.2 Chenango Forks Tri 49 Ind 

tel. 
Selutzca, Frank bds with Joseph Kocian 

E2 Vestal Ves 20. 
Sessions, Earl (Marv) 3 ch farmer O 

200a 6h 23c R4 Marathon Lisle 37. 
Sessions, Mrs. Sophia T Chenango Forks 

Chen 33. 
Severson. a. a. blacksmith & farmer 

120a 2h 6c Rl Great Bend Pa Win 

46 Ind tel. 
Severson, R. L. (Georgia) R F D 

carrier & farmer O lOSa 4h 13c Rl 

Great Bend Pa Win 16 Ind tel. 
Seward, Alma (dau Stephen) R2 Wind- 
sor Win 80. 
Seward, Ezra (Lela) 9 ch farmer T 

Gulf Summit Win 137. 
Seward, E. B. (Henrietta) farmer O 

132a 2h 17c R6 Susquehanna Pa Win 

115 Ind tel. 
Seward, Frank E. (Lettie L.) farmer 

O 79a 2h lie Re Susquehanna Pa Win 

134 Ind tel. 
Seward, lone (dau Stephen) R2 Windsor 

Win 80. 
Seward. Nina M. (dau E. B.) teacher R6 

Susquehanna Pa Win 115. 
Seward, Stephen (Luvernie) 2 ch farmer 

O 2h 13c E2 Windsor Win 80. 



1 P t y 1 r*J •11 ? Ill' Everything for the lit 

Inrants and thiidren s Wear le ^^ '"d.^sbaby 



HILLS, McLEAN & HASKINS, 



carriages and go-carts 

Binghamton, N. Y. 



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Seymour, Albert 2 ch painter O la E4 

Bingham ton Chen 47. 
Seymour, Fredrick farmer O la E4 Bing- 

hamton Chen 47. 
Seymour, William O la B4 Binghamton 

Chen 47. 
Shannon, Friend (Jennie) telegraph op- 
erator on railroad H&L Kirkwood 
Kir 20. 

Sharp, Gordon Nanticoke. 

Sharp, Viron C. (Minnie C.) R F D car- 
rier O H&L 2h Nineveh Col 90 Ind tel. 

Sharpe, Frank W. (Marguerite) 1 ch 
civil engineer T Sanitaria Springs 
Col 12. 

Shattuck, Mrs. Katherine 2 ch bds vrith 
Maria Davis Deposit Snfd 44. 

Shaw, Mrs. Eleanor O 3a Ic Sanitaria 
Springs Col 4. 

Shavr, Mrs. Fannie A. T Sanitaria 
Springs Col 4. 

Shay, James (Lany) farmer O 61a 2h 
10c Center Village Col 96. 

Shay, Orley S. (Frances) wks for E. 
Johnson shoe factory O 50a 2h 6c Rl 
Union Un 5 B tel. 

Shay, William T Chenango Forks Fen 31. 

Shaylor, William (Myrtle) 2 ch book- 
keeper T Chenango Forks Bar 56. 

Shea, J. E. (Mary C.) 2 ch farmer & 
stock buyer O 120a 3h 2c R3 Bing- 
hamton Kir 8. 

Shear, Mrs. Florence 2 ch bds with Mrs. 
Edna Spendley R4 Binghamton Fen 10. 

Shear, Irving (Susie) 4 ch farmer T 
2c R3 Binghamton Fen 11. 

Shear, Seneca (Fannie K.) farmer O 7a 
Ih Rl Port Crane Fen 18 B tel. 

Shear, S. G. 2 ch blacksmith T Ih R4 
Binghamton Chen 14. 

Shear, W. B. (Lizzie) 2 ch farmer O 95a 
3h 4c R3 Binghamton Kir 2 Ind tel. 

Shear, W. H. Port Dickinson. 

Shearer, William B. (Ella A.) farmer 
O 62a 4h 25c R4 Binghamton Dick 4 
B tel. 

Shedd, Henry (son James) Rl Windsor 
Win 116. 

Shedd, James (Jennie) 4 ch section hand 
T Rl Windsor Win 116. 

Sheedy, Cecelia (dau William) Rl Vestal 
Ves 59 Ind tel. ■ 

Sheedy, Joseph (son William) shoeworker 
Rl Vestal Ves 59 Ind tel. 

Sheedy, Lucy (dau William) housekeeper 
Rl Vestal Ves 59 Ind tel. 

Sheedy, William (Elizabeth) farmer O 
115a 4h 10c Rl Vestal Ves 59 Ind tel. 

Sheedy, William J. (son William) farm- 
er Rl Vestal Ves 59 Ind tel. 

Shelden, Carrie farming 100a Ic El 
Lisle Lis 16. 



Shenton, John (Minnie) T R2 Bing- 
hamton Bin 23. 
Sheonfett, Myron (Flora) 2 ch farmer 

O 50a 2h 5c Rl Conklin Conk 18 B tel. 
Shepherdson, Alvah farmer O 37a Ih 

2c Rl Port Crane Fen 8 B tel. 
Shepherdson, Kate farming O 37a Rl 

Port Crane Fen 8 B tel. 
Shepherdson, Mary farmer O 37a Rl 

Port Crane Fen 8 B tel. 
Sherer, Lewis (Faimie) 9 ch farmer O 

139a 3h 13c R2 Johnson City Mai 73 

B tel. 
Sherman, Bernard (son W. L.) electro- 

typer Kirkwood Kir 20. 
Sherman, Ernest M. (Mary A.) farmer 

T R2 Harpursville Col 71. 
Sherman, William (Minnie) 1 ch farm- 
er O 105a 3h 12c R2 Binghamton 

Bin 23. 
Sherman, W. L. (M. Elizabeth) feed 

dealer O H&L Kirkwood Kir 20. 
Sherwood, Arthur E. (Nina B.) 1 ch 

farmer O 169a 3h 35c R2 Chenango 

Forks Tri 53 Ind tel. 
Sherwood, Ed (Mary) laborer O H&L 

le Whitney Point Lis 50. 
Sherwood, Ernest (Adell) 3 ch farmer T 

2h 7c R2 Windsor Win 29 Ind tel. 
Sherwood, Frances farming T Sanitaria 

Springs Col 33. 
Sherwood, Granwell, Jr., (son Gran well, 

Sr.) R2 Windsor Win 33. 
Sherwood, Granwell, Sr. (Jennie) 

farmer O 100a 3h 14c R2 Windsor 

Win 33 Ind tel. 
Sherwood, H. H. (Martha) farmer O 4a 

Ih 3c Nineveh Col 90 Ind tel. 
Sherwood, Isaac (Adeline) ret O H&L 

R2 Richford Lis 20. 
Sherwood, M. D. (Nellie) 1 ch farmer 

O 129a 2h 13c R2 Susquehanna Pa 

Win 99 Ind tel. 
Sherwood, Reuben (Sarah) farmer O 

24a Ih 2c R2 Susquehanna Pa Win 56 

Ind tel. 
Sherwood, William H. (Lydia G.) farmer 

O 12a Ih 5c Port Crane Fen 9 B tel. 
Shiner, Charles D. (Nellie E.) 1 ch store- 
keeper O i/ia Ih Gulf Summit Snfd 

201/2 B & Ind tels. 
Shipman, Nathan (Eliza) farmer 99a 

2h Ic Rl Conklin Conk 18 B tel. 
Shipman, William R. (Nettie) farmer O 

30a 5c Triangle Tri 53. 
Shirley, Harry Y. (Jennie) profiler at 

I. T. R. O 3a R2 Vestal Ves 21. 
Shoemaker, Mantell (Mary) 5 ch farmer 

T Harpuisville Col 87. 
Shoultes, Arthur H. (Lula) 2 ch farmer 

O 64a 2h 13c R2 Union Mai 16 B tel. 



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EURAL DIRECTORY 



Shove, Mrs. Hannah T Vestal Center 

Ves 62. 
Shuders, Charles (Emma) 1 eh farmer 

O 275a 5h 20c R2 Union Mai 11 B tel. 
Shufelt, Ernest (Martha E.) farmer O 

75a 2h 14c Rl Port Crane Fen 24. 
Shumaker, George J. (Erma) 4 ch farm 

manager T 3h lie Port Dickinson Dick 

B tel. 
Shumway, William (Mary) 1 ch farmer 

O 150a 2h 8c Rl Great Bend Pa 

Win 13. 
Shupp, Ruth (granddau S. A.) student 

R2 Binghamton Bin 6. 
Shupp, Spencer (grahdson S. A.) student 

R2 Binghamton Bin 6. 
Shupp, S. A. (Nellie) ret O 130a Ih Ic 

R2 IBinghamton Bin 6. 
Shupp, Wells (grandson S. A.) student 

R2 Binghamton Bin 6. 
Shurtleff, C. L. (Eliza) 4 ch farmer 

O 139a 3h 23c R2 Binghamton Bin 

20i/o. 

Shute, J. E. (Mabel L.) real estate & in- 
surance T Ih Chenango Bridge Chen 
40 B tel. 

Shyharner, Jesse farmer T R4 Bingham- 
ton Fen 10. 

Sibley, Alta (dau F. E.) E2 Binghamton 
Bin 20 Ind tel. 



Sibley, F. E. (Edith) general storekeeper 
O 133a 2h 5c ^2 Binghamton Bin 20 
Ind tel. 

Sibley, G. P. farmer O 61a 4c R2 Che- 
nango Forks Tri 53. 

Sibley, Viola (dau F. E.) school teacher 
R2 Binghamton Bin 20 Ind tel. 

Sickles, Clarence (Martha) 3 ch salesman 
67a 2h 9c R5 Binghamton Chen 20. 

SiCKMON, Bert R. farmer R6 Susque- 
hanna Pa Windsor 113i/^. 

Sickmon, Charles engineer R6 . Susque- 
hanna Pa Win 11314. 

Sickmon, Floyd machinist R6 Susque- 
hanna Pa Win 1131/^. 

Sickmon, Frank boilermaker R6 Susque- 
hanna Pa Win 113%. 

Sickmon, Frank (Cora) farmer & lum- 
berman 90a 2h 6c R6 Susquehanna 
Pa Win 113i/l>. 

SiLVERNAiL, C. M. (Elizabeth) 4 ch farm 
manager & cattle breeder T 5h 40c 
Whitney Point Tri 5 Ind tel. 

Silvernail, Mrs. Emma dressmaker O 
H&L Port Crane Fen 8. 

Silvernail, Mrs. Eva 4 ch T Harpursville 
Col 90. 

Silvernail, Ward E. (Minnie) farming O 
85a 2h 10c Rl Windsor Snfd 17. 



Silvernell, Floyd bds with H. 
Sanford Snfd 7. 



G. Howe 




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Why Growing Apples Pays. 
145 



BECOME COUNTY 



Simmon. Alvia (Maud) 2 ch fanner T 

4h 24c El Chenango Forks Fen 34 B 

tel. 
Simmons, E. W. (Elza) ret O 125a Tri- 
angle Tri 30. 
Simmons, Frank poultryman O 7a Vestal 

Ves 23. 
Simmons, J. W. (Lottie) 2 ch employe 

Time Eecorder Co T Ih El Union 

Un 6. 
Simmons, Peter V. (Julia) dairy farming 

O 360a 5h 63c Deposit Snfd 47 B tel. 
Simonds, Mayland caretaker T E2 John- 
son City Un 45 B tel. 
Simons, E. G. (Willoughby) 4 ch farmer 

O 260a 4h 25c E2 Harpursville Col 44. 
SiMONSON, F. A. (Allie) carpenter O 

H&L Harpursville Col 74 Ind tel. 
Simonson, James bds with Lyman Wright 

E2 Windsor Win 82. 
Simonson, J. B. (Sarah D.) ret O H&L 

Harpursville Col 90 Ind tel. 
Simonson, E. H. (Eda L.) 1 ch black- 
smith & farmer O 98a 2h lie E3 Bing- 

hamton Col 7 B tel. 
Simpson, Charles farm hand bds with 

Fremont L. Whitaker El Binghamton 

Bin 45 B tel. 
Simpson, Charles E. (Nellie) 2 ch farm- 
er & grocer O 126a 5h 35c Upper Lisle 

Tri 4 Ind tel. 
Simpson, Mrs. Emma O H&L Upper 

Lisle Tri 4. 
Simpson, Henry bds with Neale Deposit 

Snfd 55. 
Sinchaski, Joe (Annie) 6 ch farmer O 

100a 2h 2c Glen Aubrey Bar 7. 
Sines, John H. (Eva) 1 ch farmer O 

80a 3h 10c El Binghamton Conk 7 

Ind tel. 
SiNiGER, August (Augusta) 5 ch farmer 

O 70a 3h 10c E4 Binghamton Chen 52 

B tel. 
Sisco, John H. (Ella E.) battery man 

T Gulf Summit Snfd 2OI/3. 
Sisson, Alford (Fanny) farm hand O 

41/2 a Ih E3 Binghamton Kir 53. 
Sisson, E. Carlton (Edith) 3 ch farmer 

O 135a 4h 16c E4 Binghamton Dick 4 

B tel. 
Sisson, Frank (Clara) 2 ch farmer O 

ILa ]e E3 Binghamton Kirk 51. 
SiTTERLEY, CLIFFORD (Edith) 2 ch 

farmer O 16a Ih 4e East Windsor 

Win 100. 
Sitterley, D. J. farming, bds with J. 

Ouaquaga Win 82. 
Sitterley, J. (Alice) farmer 120a 4h 20c 

Ouaquaga Win 82. 
Skillvanaek, John 4 ch farmer O 70a 

2h Ic E5 Binghamton Un 57. 



Slack, A. D. (Mary) farmer O 75a 2h 

10c E2 Union Un 10 B tel. 
Slack, Charles (Lenora) carpenter O .E2 

Vestal Ves 21. 
Slack, Charles (Alice) farmer O 160a 

5h 33c Whitney Point Nan 25 Ind 

tel. 
Slack, William (Eoxie) carpenter O 3a 

Castle Creek Chen 27. 
Slade, Mrs. Mara G. O H&L Sanitaria 

Springs Col 12. 
Slater, Austin (Lucy) 2 ch farmer T 

2h 14c E2 Windsor Win 33. 
Slater, Earl driver for Cloverdale 

Creamery T 2h 2c E2 Binghamton 

Bin 21 B tel! 
Slater, Otis (nephew Otis Sweet) stu- 
dent El Kirkwood Kir 14 Ind tel. 
Slater, William laborer bds with Earl 

E2 Binghamton Bin 21 B tel. 
Slattery, Thomas laborer O 1/4 a Castle 

Creek Chen 25. 
Slausen, Eolon H. (Chole F.) farmer T 

5c Port Crane Fen 15. 
Sleter, H. C. farmer O 50a Ih 2c Lisle 

Lis 41. 
Slickles, George G. (Cora) 1 ch man- 
ager SheflSeld Farms T Conklin Conk 

39. 
Sliter, Edgar (Mary) farmer O 70a 2h 

4c El Lisle Lis 44. 
Sly, Lewis M. (Helen) 2 ch creamery- 
man H&L Ih Whitney Point Tri 

15. 
Slyter, Harry farmer O 60a Hi Lisle Lis 

41. 
Small, W. H. (Ethel) 1 ch farmer O 

134i/2a 2h 22e Castle Creek Bar 27 B 

tel. 
Smith, Abe (Nellie) farmer T 2h 14e 

Whitney Point Nan 25 Ind tel. 
Smith, Alson (Mary) farmer O 64a Ih 

9c Wliitney Point Lis 51 Ind tel. 
Smith. Andrew (Cappie) farmer O 113a 

3h 14c Glen Aubrey Nan 33 Ind tel. 
Sniitli, Artliur (Julia) 2 ch farmer O 

100a 3h 14c El Whitney Point Tri 38. 
Smith, Arthur D. E3 Binghamton. 
Smith, Arthur E. (Frances E.) 3 ch 

dairy farming 100a 4h 30c Oquaga 

Lake Snfd 49 Ind tel. 
Smith, Bird (Mabel) farmer T 3h 16c 

Upper Lisle Tri 17. 
Smith. Burr (Minnie) carpenter T Ih 

Ic E2 Windsor Win. 
Smith, Burr Henry farmer O 52a 2h 4e 

El Nineveh Snfd 34. 
Smith. Carley (Ella) ret O H&L Lisle 

Lis 44 Ind tel. 
Smith, Cliarles farjner O 247a 5h 19c 

Nanticoke Nan 7. 



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Smith, Charles C. (Edith) 1 ch farmer 

O 90a 3h 18c E2 Vestal Ves 3 Ind 

tel. 
Smith, Charles G. (Hattie M.) 1 ch 

flour & feed 4a Center Village Col 

97. See adv. 
Smith, Charles H. (Bess) farmer O 145a 

2h 14c El Great Bend Pa Win 39 

Ind tel. 
Smith, Charles M. (Elnora) 1 ch farmer 

T 2h Upper Lisle Tri 17. 
Smith, Clarence farmer T 4h 12c R2 

Binghamton Bin 7. 
Smith, Clarence H. farmer 114a 2h 

9c Center Village Col 95 Ind tel. 
Smith, Clarence M. (Lucenda) farmer O 

62a 2h 8c Rl Conklin Conk 5 Ind tel. 
Smith, C. F. (Sabra) O 97a Upper Lisle 

Tri 18. 
Smith, David (Emma) 1 ch farmer O 

275a 9h 35c 114 Binghamton Chen 14 

B tel. 
Smith, Mrs. Dell 1 ch dressmaker T 

Sanitaria Springs Col 10. 
Smith, Dell T. fireman at pipe station T 

Sanitaria Springs Col 10. 
Smith, Earl laborer T Ouaquaga Col 

84. 
Smith, Earl H. dairy farmer O l25a oh 

20c Deposit Snfd"47 B tel. 
Smith, Edwin A. (son Joseph P.) farm 

hand Ih Deposit Snfd 49 Ind tel. 
Smith, Elias (Muriel) 1 ch butter & 

cheese maker O H&L Triangle Tri. 
Smith, Elmer A. (Mertie M.) 9 ch car- 
penter & machinist T McClure Settle- 
ment Snfd 17. 
Smith, Emerson (Phoebe) ret O H&L 

Upper Lisle Tri 17. 
Smith, Mrs. Emma O la Kirkwood Kir 

22. 
Smith, Erle G. (Jessie) farmer 50a 

3h 8c Rl Great Bend Pa Win 38 Ind 

tel. 
Smith, Ethel (dau W. A.) Whitney Point 

Tri 10. 
Smith, Ezacira bds with Burr II. Rl 

Nineveh Snfd 34. 
Smith, E: C. (Grace) 4 ch farmer O 

100a 4h 17c R2 Chenango Forks Bar 

44 B tel. 
Smith, Mrs. E. M. farming O 62i4a 2h 

4c Whitney Point Bar 15 Ind tel. 
Smith, Florence housekeeper for Leonard 

R2 Binghamton Bin 8 Ind tel. 
Smith, Floyd (Grace) 3 ch farmer O 

23a 2h 9c Glen Aubrey Mai 52 B 

tel. 
Smith, Frank (Adelaide) farmer O 180a 

3h 29c Rl Nineveh Col 117 Ind tel. 
Smith, Frank E. 3 ch farmer O 48a 

2h 5e R4 Binghaml;on Chen 47. 



Smith, Frank E. (Katie J.) 3 ch dairy 

farming O 222a 3h 35c Oquaga Lake 

Snfd 24 Ind tel. 
Smith, Fred B. (Phoebe A.) car inspec- 
tor O H&L Nineveh Col 90. 
Smith, Fredrick F. (Bertha) 2 ch farmer 

T 3h 25c E2 Johnson City Un 44 B 

tel. 
Smith, George (Martha) 2 ch farmer 

O 166a 3h 12c R2 Afton Snfd 65 Ind 

tel. ^ 
Smith, George (Jeanette) 1 ch lineman 

for B tel 15a E2 Binghamton Bin 

23. 
Smith, George farmer O 97a 3h 27c 

Upx^er Lisle Tri 18. 
Smith, George P. (son Harriett) farmer 

O 60a 3h 2e Windsor Win 66 Ind 

tel. 
Smith, George W. (Susie B.) farmer Rl 

Whitney Point Tri 21. 
Smith, Gorman laborer bds with S. B. 

Alexander Hale Eddy Snfd 51 Ind 

tel. 
Smith, Grace bds with D. F. Edson East 

Windsor Win 122. 
Smith, Grove L. (Florence) 4 eh farmer 

O 85a 2h 4c Rl Vestal Ves 58. 
Smith, Gurney (Cora) 2 ch farmer O 

95a 2h 10c Union Center Un 14 B 

tel. 
Smith, G. R. (Nellie) 5 ch foreman O 

H&L Nineveh Col 90. 
Smith, Harl L. (Ardlena) farmer T 

3h 29c R2 Johnson City Un 44 Ind 

tel. 
Smith, Mrs. Harriett Windsor Win 66. 
Smith, Harry (Lottie) 1 ch farmer T 

2h 19e Upper Lisle Tri 17. 
Smith, Henry bds with George R2 Afton 

Snfd 65. 
Smith, Henry (Carrie) 2 ch laborer T 

Whitney Point Lis 50. 
Smith, Hermon D. (Inah) electrician & 

truck gardener T Rl Whitney Point 

Tri 10. 
Smith, Hoadley (Nellie) 3 eh farmer 

88a 2h 5c R2 Harpursville Col 34 Ind 

tel. 
Smith, Hoadley B. ,(Ic\a, E.) 3 ch 

farmer O 135a 2h 7c E2 Harpursville 

Col 12. 
Smith, Homer J. (son F. E.) garage 

mechanic Ih Ic Oquaga Lake Snfd 24 

Ind tel. 
Smith, Howell farmer O 50a 2h 7c Lisle 

Lis 45. 
Smith, H. T. (Phillomelia) farmer O 

22% a 2h 2c East Windsor Col 122 

Ind tel. 
Smith, H. Z. (Marion) ret 90a Ih Rl 

Nineveh Col 117 Ind tel. 



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BROOME COUNTY 



Smith, I, W. (Hattie) 3 ch farmer T 

2h 19c R2 Chenango Forks Bar 57. 
Smith, Jake (Lucy) bds with Geo. Wiles 

E2 Windsor Win 80. 
Smith, James (Catherine) farmer O 80a 

5h 12c R4 Bingham ton Chen 30 1^. 
Smith, Jasom (Gertrude) 2 ch farming 

T 2h 13c Whitney Point Tri 5. 
Smith, Jay (Daisy C.) 2 ch creamery 

manager O la McClure Settlement 

Snfd 26 B tel. 
Smith, Jerry (Ella) farmer O 197a 3h 

5c E2 Windsor Kir 37 Ind tel. 
Smith, Jesse (Lulu) 2 ch farmer T 2h 

3c Rl Windsor Win 116. 
Smith, John farm hand bds with Alva 

Madison R3 Binghamton Kir 44. 
Smith, John farmer T Ih Glen Aubrey 

Nan 27. 
Smith, John N. farmer O 130a Upper 

Lisle Tri 18. 
Smith, Joseph P. (Mary E.) farmer O 

55a 2h 8c Oquaga Lake Snfd, 49 Ind 

tel. 
Smith, J. B. (Effie) 2 ch farmer T 

4h 40c R4 Binghamton Chen 41 B tel. 
Smith, Leon M. (Lena) 2 ch farmer T 

2h 14c R5 Binghamton Un 57. 
Smith, Leonard M. farmer O 112a 3h 10c 

R2 Binghamton Bin 8 Ind tel. 
Smith, Lester J. farmer O 152a 2h Mc- 
Clure Settlement Snfd 30. 
Smith, Lewis (Ida) farmer O 90a 2h 8c 

R2 Binghamton Bin 9 Ind tel. 
Smith, Mrs. Loretta Kirkwood Kir 34. 
Smith, Louis B. (Mary C.) salesman O 

8a Ih Hooper Un 31 B tel. 
Smith, Lysander (Rozetta) 2 ch minister 

T Castle Creek Chen 28. 
Smith, Mark D. (Geneva) 3 ch farmer T 

2h 12c Rl Conklin Conk 6. 
Smith, Martha (dau W. A.) Rl Windsor 

Win 116. 
Smith, Maurice (Minnie) farmer 97a 

Upper Lisle Tri 18. 
Smith, Nelson R. farmer T 2h 4c Rl 

Nineveh Col 124. 
Smith, N. E. 2 ch farmer O 109a 2h 24c 

Sanford Snfd 41 Ind tel. 
Smith, Oran (Mary) ret O H&L Ih 

Upper Lisle Tri 4. 
Smith, Otis bds with Owen Dibble De- 
posit Snfd 451/2- 
Smith, Patrick (Margaret) farmer O 

108a 4h 8c R4 Binghamton Chen 30 1/2. 
Smith, Patrick H. (Abbie S.) 5 ch teleg- 
rapher O 4a 2c Deposit Snfd 53. 
Smith, Paul farmer O 14a 2c R4 Bing- 
hamton Chen 52. 
Smith, Ralph (Hazel) laborer H&L 

Center Lisle Lis 35. 



Smith, Reuben 5 ch laborer H&L Nine- 
veh Col 90. 
Smith, Ross (son Lewis) farmer R2 

Binghamton Bin 9 Ind tel. 
Smith, R. (Hazel) laborer T Killawog 

Lis 38 1/2. 
Smith, R. .D. (Elizabeth E.) farmer O 

84a 2h 7c 66 sheep R3 Binghamton 

Col 5. 
Smith, R. W. (Sarah) farmer O 40a 2h 

8c Rl Great Bend Pa Win 47 Ind tel. 
Smith, Sarah Ann bds with Mrs. Mina 

Jane Reynolds Rl Vestal Ves 63 Ind 

tel. 
Smith, Stella bds with Wm. M. Rozell 

Sanford Snfd 41. 
Smith, S. Thurber (Martha A.) 4 ch 

plumber O 125a 3h lie Rl Vestal Ves 

58 Ind tel. 
Smith, Ulysses E. (Annie) 4 ch stone- 
mason T 3h 16c Maine Mai 7 B tel. 

See adv. 
Smith, Walter farmer T Ih Rl Lisle 

Lis 35. 
Smith, Warren (Julia C.) farmer O 37a 

2h 4c Rl Nineveh Col 124. 
Smith, Mrs. Warren E. bda with N. E. 

Sanford Snfd 41. 
Smith, Will (Mary) 2 ch farmer T R4 

Binghamton Chen 30 B tel. 
Smith, Willard (Victoria) actor O l^/^a 

R3 Binghamton Kir 54. 
Smith, Wm. (Jennie) farmer O 12a Ih 

2c Castle Creek Chen 26. 
Smith, Wm. (Mattie) 3 eh laborer O 

H&L Rl Lisle Lis 45. 
Smith, William (Lois) farmer T 3h 12c 

Rl Whitney Point Tri 19. 
Smith, William E. (Rozalia) farmer O 

50a 2h 8c Rl Whitney Point Tri 21. 
Smith, W. A. (Adelia) 2 ch poultry O 

12a 3c Whitney Point Tri 10. 
Smith, W. A. (Emily J.) 1 ch farmer O 

8a Ih Ic Rl Windsor Win 116. 
Smith, W. H. (Mary) 2 ch farmer O 97a 

3h 30c R4 Binghamton Chen 30 B t€l. 
Snedaker, a. W. (son W. H.) Rl Hall- 
stead Pa Conklin 42. 
Snedaker, Harold C. (son J. C.) shoe- 
maker R2 Binghamton Bin 20 1/^. 
Snedaker, J. C. (Gertrude) painter O 11a 

R2 Binghamton Bin 20^^. 
Snedaker, W. H. (Helena) farmer O 44a 

2h 12e Rl Hallstead Pa Conk 42. 
Snell, S. (Vina) 1 ch farmer O 6a Ic 

care Friendsville stage Binghamton 

Bin IVo. 
Snook, L. J. (Elizabeth) 2 ch farmer T 

5h 10c R6 Susquehanna Pa Win 108 

Ind tel. 
Snopek, Thomas (Annie) 4 ch farming 

100a 2h 10c R5 Binghamton Chen 9. 



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Snover, John F. (Sarah) carpenter O R2 

Johnson City Un 45%. 
Snow, C. A. (Annie) truck gardener O 

35a Ih 7c Willow Point Ves 55 B tel. 
Snow, Henry M. (Cora A.) 3 eh groeerv- 

man H&L Ih Port Crane Fen 8 B 

tel. 
Snow, Hiram K. (Stella) 3 ch carpenter 

T Port Dickinson Dick. 
Snow, Mabel L. T Port Crane Fen 8. 
Snow, Ralph D. (son Hiram) wks for 

"Wells Fargo Express Co. Rl Port Dick- 
inson Dick. 
Snyder, Burt (Louslo) 3 ch farmer T 

3h 9e Rl Harpursville Col 69 Ind tel. 
Snyder, Calvin J. (Ella S.) farmer O 40a 

2h 6c Rl Harpursville Col 70%. 
Snyder, George (Pearl) 1 ch creamery- 
man T Gulf Summit. 
Snyder, Henry (Vejma) lumberman O 

615a 5h 26c Sanford Snfd 32 Ind tel. 
Snyder, John barber O 2a Ih Conklin 

Conk 39. 
Snyder, William (Nancy) farmer T 3h 

21c Rl Nineveh Snfd 6 Ind tel. 
SouTHWORTH, H. S. (Margaret) dairy & 

stock farming O 135a 3h 10c Rl Vestal 

Ves 91 B tel. 
Spafford, Elmer (Flosey) 1 ch farmer 

O 50a 4h 7c Rl Conklin Conk 18. 
Spalik, Joseph (Frances) 3 ch farmer 

O 53a 2h 5c R3 Biughamton Col 7. 
Sparks, Elmer farmer T 2h 5c Rl Great 

Bend Pa Win 46 B tel. 
Sparks, Hannah Jane O Rl Great Bend 

Pa Win 46. 
Sparren, Mrs. Ralph 3 ch T Whitney 

Point Lis 50. 
Sparrow, Ellis (Clara) 3 ch merchant O 

7a Lisle Lis 45 Ind tel. 
Sparrow, Libbie O H&L Lisle Lis 45. 
Spaulding, George F. (Mary) 1 eh team- 
ster O 9a 2h 2c R2 Vestal Ves 20 Ind 

tel. 
Spearbeck, Alva 1 ch farmer O 104a 2h 

9c Rl Great Bend Pa Win 17 Ind tel. 
Spearbeck, Glenn F. (Emma) 1 ch 

farmer & teaming Ih Rl Great Bend 

Pa Win 44. 
Spearbeck, Ida Rl Great Bend Pa 

Win 17. 
Spearbeck, Jerome W. (Nettie) 1 ch 

farmer O 50a Rl Great Bend Pa Win 

44 Ind tel. 



Spearbeck, Mrs. Lee D. T Rl Great Bend 

Pa Kir 23. 
Spencer, Adelbert Rl Lisle. 
Spencer, Allen E. (Rosie) 1 ch farmer 

10a 2h R4 Binghamton Chen 15. 
Spencer, Bertha T Rl Lisle Lis 9. 
Spencer, C. E. (Anna F.) farmer O 142a 

2h 13c R2 Binghamton Bin 19 Ind tel. 
Spencer, Earl S. (Jennie) 1 ch student 

T Union Un 531/0. 
Spencer, Elijah (Amedia) 1 ch ret O 

H&L Lisle Lis 46. 
Spencer, L. D. (Jennie) 1 eh farmer O 

340a 8h 39c Rl Lisle Lis 16. 
Spencer, Mrs. Mary J. H&L Main St 

Center Village Col 91. 
Spencer, Mary J. farming 90a 2h 9c 

Rl Lisle Nan 9. 
Spencer, Merritt W. (Alice) 1 ch farmer 

O 120a 3h 10c Rl Union Un 3. 
Spencer, M. E. blacksmith T Chenango 

Forks Chen 33. 
Spencer, M. R. (Hannah) merchant O 

H&L Ih Killawog Lis 37 B & Ind tels. 
Spencer, W. H. Rl Harpursville. 
Spendley, C. F. (Mary) farmer O 75a 

3h 7c R4 Binghamton Chen 46. 
Spendley, Mrs. Edna farmer O 20a R4 

Binghamton Fen 10. 
S^Dendley, Z. A. physician & surgeon O 

7a Ih Chenango Forks Bar 54. 
Spoor, Frank E. (Harriett Elizabeth) 1 

ch farmer O 30a Ih 3c R2 Susquehanna 

Pa Win 59 Ind tel. 
Spoor, Frank O. (Hazel) farmer T 2h 

18c Ouaquaga Col 80. 
Spoor, H. A. (Mary A.) farmer O 106a 

111 Ic R2 Susquehanna Pa Win 56 Ind 

tel. 
Spoor, James H. (Mae) 5 ch farmer O 

70a 3h 5c R2 Susquehanna Pa Win 52 

Ind tel. 
Spoor, Laura embroidery work R2 Sus- 
quehanna Pa Win 59 Ind tel. 
Sprage, Wm. farmer R2 Windsor Win 73. 
Springer, Edward T. (Mary J.) ret T 

Port Crane Fen 8. 
Springer, Mrs. Effie M. farming O 7Sa 

2h 2c Center Village Col 117. 
Springer, Myron (Phoebe) farmer O 

40a Ih 6c R3 Binghamton Kir 52. 
Springsteen, Calvin L. (Julia M.) black- 
smith O la Ouaquaga Col 84. 
Springsteen, C. A. R2 Windsor. 



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Springsteen, Earl 'J. (Letta M.) 3 ch 

T Ouaquaga Col 84. 
Springsteen, J. Willis (Myrtie) 2 cli 

farmer O 203y2a 3h 25c East Windsor 

Col 122 Ind tel. 
Springsteen, Lynn (Minnie) farmer O 

86a 3h 20c East "Windsor Col 122 

Ind tel. 
Springsteen, Mary bds with Fred Holmes 

E6 Susquehanna Pa Win 111. 
Springsteen, Ealph (Pheobe E.) 1 ch 

farmer O 31a Ih 4c Rl Nineveh Col 

124 Ind tel. 
Springstien, Bessie M. (dau H. G.) 

East Windsor Win 122. 
Springstien, Cloyd (Ina) 2 eh farmer 

O 54a 2h 9c R2 Windsor Win 77. 
Springstien, Gorley bds with son Y. H. 

East Windsor Win 122. 
Springstien, H. G. (Pearl) 1 ch farm- 
er O S6a 2h 20c East Windsor Win 

122. 
Sjiringstien, Roscoe A. (Adeline) farmer 

O 53a 2h 3c R2 Windsor Win 82. 
Squares, Miles R. (Ida L.) ret O H&L 

Ouaquaga Col 84. 
Squiers, Henry (Susan) 1 ch dentist O 

H&L Lisle Lis 45 Ind tel. 
Squires, A. E. (Ettie I.) 3 ch farmer 

O 9Sa 3h 2c R2 Windsor Win 71 Ind 

tel. 
Squires, Delbert E. (Lottie M.) 1 ch 

signalman T Gulf Summit Snfd 201/2. 
Squires, Geo. M. (son A. E.) Windsor 

Win 71. 
Squires, Mrs. James O 45a Lisle Lis 46. 
Sramck, Izidor (Veronica) 4 ch farmer 

O 188a 3h 18c R2 Windsor Win 29. 
Srnatk, John (Katie) 2 ch farmer O 

63a 2h 3c Rl Binghamton Bin 47. 
Stack, Thomas A. (Mary) 1 ch creamery 

O H&L 111 Railroad St Chenango Forks 

Chen. 
Stafford, Ro'wena R2 Windsor Snfd 17. 
Stage, Albert (Marie) carpenter Rl 

Union Un 5. 
Stage, Wm. R. (Mary A.) farmer O 03a 

2h 7c R2 Harpursville Col 43. 
Stahl, Henry P. (Marie H.) 4 ch 

farmer O 331a 7h 27c Rl Tunnel Fen 

45 Ind tel. 
Stalker, Mrs. Sarah Whitney Point Tri 5. 
Stalker, William H. farmer O 61a Ih 

3c Rl Conklin Con 16 B tel. 
Stam|)fler, Mrs. Idella farmer O 55a Ih 

Star Route Whitney Point Bar 26 

B tel. 
Standish. Clarence (Mettie) 1 ch farmer 

& poultryman O 98a 4h 17c Rl Whit- 
ney Point Tri 39 Ind tel. 



Stanley, Charles (son Mary) carpenter 

Vestal Center Ves *62yo. 
Stanley, Clarence hospital attendant R3 

Binghamton Kir 9 Ind tel. 
Stanley, Clark (May) 6 ch farmer O 

65a 2h 21c R4 Marathon Lis 38i^ Ind 

tel. 
Stanley, David (Gussie) painter & car- 
penter O 26a 2h Ic R2 Vestal Ves 

21. 
Stanley, Earl (Agnes) 2 ch farming T 

Rl Vestal Ves 86. 
Stanley, George (son Mrs. Irving) farm- 
er R3 Binghamton Kir 53. 
Stanley, Mrs. Irving O 119a 2h 9c 

R3 Binghamton Kir 53. 
Stanley, Isaac (Ida) farmer O 50a 2h 

5c R3 Binghamton Kir 54 Ind tel. 
Stanley, J. L. (Elizabeth) farming O 

40a 2h 9c Rl Vestal Ves 56. 
Stanley, Mari'e (grand dau Mary) 

housekeeper Vestal Center Ves 62 y>. 
Stanley, Mrs. Mary O H&L Vestal 

Center Ves 621/^. 
Stannard, Burton S. (Bessie L.) 3 ch 

farmer O 20a 3c R2 Susquehanna Pa 

Win 60 Ind tel. 
Stannard. Lewis C. (Hattie) 1 ch 

farmer O 115a 2h 9c R2 Susquehanna 

Pa Win 60 Ind tel. 
Stannard, Morton L. (son Lewis) school 

teacher R2 Susquehanna Pa Win 60 

Ind tel. 
Stanton, Egbert J. (Alice) 1 ch fruit 

store O Port Dickinsoh Dick B tel. 
Stanton, George W. (Myra) 1 ch O 80a 

2h 13c Union Center Un 16 B tel. 
Stanton, Guy (Sadie) 2 ch butcher T 

2h Rl Binghamton Bin 45 B tel. 
Stanton, Hiram J. (Clara B.) 5 ch car- 
penter O 53a Ih 3c R2 Harpursville 

Col 40. 
Stanton, L. (Ida) 5 ch farmer O 37a 

2h ec Harpursville Col 88. 
Stanton, Ray (Myrtle) farmer T 4h 24c 

Rl Har)mrsville Col 59. 
Starbud, Joe farmer T 2h 15c Rl Great 

Bend Pa Win 43 Ind tel. 
Stark, Henry L. (Laurelia) 1 ch 

station agent D L & W R R T Conk- 
lin Conk 39 B tel. 
Stnuffer, A. K. (Charlott L.) bds with 

John W. Scott Deposit Snfd 54. 
Stebbins, J. W. (Emma) 5 ch farmer 

O 10a Ih R2 Vestal Ves 35. 
Steed, Daniel J. (Winifried) farmer O 

25a Ih 5c Rl Vestal Ves 77. 
Steed, Mrs. Margaret T Rl Chenango 

Forks Fen 31. 
Steed, Mary (dau Daniel J.) teacher 

Rl Vestal Ves 77. 



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Steed, Thomas farmer T Rl Chenango 

Forks Fen 31. 
Steed, Thomas 1 ch farmer O 54a 2h 

l;2c Rl Chenango Forks Fen ol. 
Steele, Abrion (Susie) concrete worker 

T Rl Union Un 5 Ind tel. 
Steenberg, Mrs. May works in shoe shop 

O Hi&L Vestal Ves 21. 
Steenburg, Dudley (Nellie) 2 ch laborer 

T Vestal Ves 22. 
Steenburg, Fred. (Mary) 1 ch O 4a Rl 

Vestal Ves 23. 
Steenburg, F. R. (Ethel) tool maker T 

Vestal Ves 23. 
Steenburg, Grover (son Fred.) works in 

I T R Rl Vestal Ves 23. 
Steenburg, Lulu (dau Fred.) Rl Vestal 

Ves 23.' 
Stegmuller, Zoltan (Helena) farmer 

O 105a 4h 25c Port Crane Fen 8 B 

tel. 
Stenton, William farming El Conklin 

Bin 37. 
Stephens, Elmer F. (Stella M.) 1 ch 

farmer O 86a 3h 18c Rl Tunnel Fen 

48 B tel. 
Sterling, John H. (Roseanna) 2 ch 

farming T Ih 4e R2 Windsor Win 73 

Ind tel. 
Sterling, John W. (May) farmer T 

Rl Binghamton Conk 1. 
Sterling, Mrs. Margaret D. T R3 Bing- 
hamton Col 6. 
Sterling, William H. (Cora) 2 ch farmer 

O 50a 2h 5c E3 Binghamton Col 6. 
Sternberg, Abram E. farmer O 40a 2h 

Ic E2 Binghamton Bin 201/2. 
Sternberg, Albert farmer bds with 

Abram E. R2 Binghamton Bin 201/2", 



Sternberg, George (Minnie) 3 ch farmer 

T 4h 56c care of Frieudsville Stage 

Binghamton Ves 84. 
Sternberg, M. L. (Cora) barber O H&L 

Lisle Lis 45 Ind tel. 
Stevens, Mrs. Adeline O H&L Triangle 

Tri 30. 
Stevens, Arthur F. (Frances E.) 1 ch 

farmer 63a 3h 12e HarpursviUe Col 

90 Ind tel. 
Stevens, Bennie farmer T R3 Bingham- 
ton Col 40. 
Stevens, Charles G. (Gladys) auto re- 
■ pairing T R2 Windsor Win 70 Ind 

tel. See adv. 
Stevens, Charles R. (Flora) rural 

carrier T 2h HarpursviUe Col 91. 
Stevens, Charlie (Ella) 4 ch farmer T 

7h 2c Port Crane Fen 16. 
Stevens, Charlie A. (Sarra) 4 ch farmer 

T 4h 2c R3 Binghamton Fen 15. 
Stevens, Clarence O. (Agnes) farmer 

O 134a 8h 20c Chenango Forks Bar 

52. 
Stevens, Dell (Mary) 5 ch 50a Ih Ic R2 

Windsor Win 741/.. 
Stevens, George (Sarah E.) farmer O 

56a 2h 11c Rl Binghamton Bin 30 

B tel. 
Stevens, George (Etta) farmer O 9a 

R2 Windsor Win 831/2. 
Stevens, G. W. (Mary A.) farmer O 

100a 6c R3 Greene Tri 60 Ind tel. 
Stevens, Mrs. Helen O H&L Kirkwood 

Kir 20. 
Stevens, Henry (Sarah) 2 ch farmer T 

3h 28c Rl Whitney Point Bar 34. 
Stevens, Henry B. farm hand bds with 

Peter Simmons Deposit Snfd 47 B 

tel. 




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151 



BEOOME COUNTY 



Stevens, Josiah (Mary A.) farmer O 

135a 2h 12c Rl Harpursville Col 66 

Ind tel. 
Stevens, J. N. (Cora) farmer O 5a lb 

2c E2 Susquehanna Pa Win 98 Ind 

tel. 
Stevens, J. R. (Liva) general merchan- 
dise O 52a 3h 7c R2 Windsor Win 

70 Ind tel. See adv. 
Stevens, Lynn J. (Helen) farmer 

47a 2h 12c Ouaquaga Col 81 B tel. 
Stevens, Milton O. rural mail carrier 

O 134a 8h 15c Chenango Forks Bar 

52. 
Stevens, Owen (Mary) farmer T. 3h 

16o Rl Vestal Ves 57 B tel. 
Stevens, William (Mary) 1 ch gardener 

O 3a Ih Rl Binghamton Conk 1 B 

tel. 
Stewart, Burr O. (Bertha) 1 ch dairy 

farming O 125a 3h 22o McClure 

Settlement Snfd 27 Ind tel. 
Stewart, Harold S. (son W. S.) R2 

Chenango Forks Tri 53 Ind tel. 
Stewart, Mildred C. trained nurse bds 

with Theodore G. McClure Settlement 

Snfd 27 Ind tel. 
Stewart, Theodore G. (Lillian M.) dairy 

farming O 146a 3h 33c McClure 

Settlement Snfd 27 Ind tel. 
Stewart, W. S. (Bertha) 2 ch farmer 

O 108a 5h 18c R2 Chenango Forks 

Tri 53 Ind tel. 
Stickles, Charles (son Philip) farmer 

Rl Binghamton Bin 45. 
Stickles, Philip (Mary) farmer O 115a 

4h 10c Rl Binghamton Bin 45. 
Stiles, Cliarles H. ' (Sarah M.) dairy 

farming O 250a 3h 15c Deposit Snfd 

53 Ind tel. 
Stiles, C. Arthur (Anna L.) dairy 

farming T 3h 15c Deposit Snfd 53 

Ind tel. 
Stiles, H. J. farmer O 180a 4h 21c 

Whitney Point Bar 5. 
Stiles, John M. (son C. H.) farm hand 

Deposit Snfd 53 Ind tel. 
Stiles, O. L. (Lizzie) hotel O H&L Nine- 
veh Col 90. 
Stillson, Clifford bds with Geo. A. R2 

Afton Snfd 68. 
Stillson, George A. (Frances) farmer O 

240a 4h 33c R2 Afton Snfd 68 Ind 

tel. 
Stillson, Marion bds with Geo. A. R2 

Afton Snfd 68. 
Stilson, Mrs. Delia bds with Townsend 

French Rl Binghamton Bin 33. 
Stiner, Hugh R. (grandson John E.) 

farm hand R3 Binghamton Kir 44. 



Stiner, John E. (Ida) ret 40a Ih 5c 

R3 Binghamton Kir 44. 
Stockcr, Steve (Katie) 2 ch farmer T 

Deposit Snfd 56 Ind tel. 
Stockwell, Mary J. bds with Herbert 

Beebe R2 Susquehanna Pa Win 97. 
Stodard, Edward farmer O 25a 2h 6c 

Chenango Forks Bar 28 Ind tel. 
Stoddard, George K. (H. Margaret) 4 

ch farmer & section laborer O 50a 

Ic Gulf Summit Snfd 20y2. 
Stoddard, James farmer O 90a 2h 2c 

Lisle Lis 49. 
Stoddard, Mary A. bds with Geo. K. 

Gulf Summit Snfd 201/2. 
Stoddard, Newton R. (Emma) electrician 

O la Vestal Ves 21. 
Stoker, Daniel (Delia F.) farmer O 

'l50a 4h 16c Rl Johnson City Mai 51 

B tel. 
Stone, Mrs. Alice Rl Conklin Bin 43 B 

tel. 
Stone, Mrs. Anna housekeeper for Gary 

Binghamton Bin 1 B tel. 
Stone, Barnard B. (Agnes N.) 1 ch 

real estate agent O 32a 2h 2c R2 

Union Un 9 B tel. 
Stone, Clarence F. farmer O 88a 3h 

8c Rl Conklin Bin 43 B tel. 
Stone, Edith housekeeper for Clarence 

F. Rl Conklin Bin 43 B tel. 
Stone, Emmett (Anna) farm superin- 
tendent Elmira Reformatory O 22a 

Vestal Ves 21. ' 

Stone, Fred. S. (Lottie U.) 3 ch 

farmer O 50a 3h 12c R4 Binghamton 

Chen 30 B tel. 
Stone, Gary veterinary for Bordens O 

■180a 3h 10c Binghamton Bin 1 B tel. 
Stone, George B. (May) 2 ch merchant 

& postmaster O 2a Ih Corbettsville 

Conk 42 Ind tel. 
Stone, Hattie A. housekeeper Rl Bing- 

liamton Kir 2 B tel. 
Stone, H. A. (Lenora) 2 ch farmer T 

Harpursville Col 90 Ind tel. 
Stone, Imogene housekeeper for Frank 

Brougham Vestal Ves 23. 
Stone, Leonard (Lizzie) general store 

O %a Ih R4 Binghamton Chen 49 B 

tel. 
Stone, Lewis (son Warren) student R2 

Windsor Win 79. 
Stone, Lucy teacher bds with Gary Bing- 
hamton Bin 1 B "tel. 
Stone, Orim B. farmer O 14a 4c Rl 

Great Bend Pa Kir 25 Ind tel. 
Stone, S. C. (Kittie) shipping clerk O 

44a Ih 3c Binghamton Bin 11/2 B tel. 
Stone, Warren S. (Lulu) 1 ch farmer 

O 134a 2h 18c R2 Windsor Win 79. 



152 



EUEAL DIEECTOKY 



Stork, Andrew (Alice) farmer O 188a 
3h 15c Glen Aubrey Mai 54. 

Storrs, M. M. (Cynthia) liveryman 
H&L 2h Lisle Lis 50. 

Stores, Wm. (Cora) 2 ch printer O 
H&L Lisle Lis 50 lud tel. 

Stoughton, Levi (Mary) 1 ch farmer 
O 125a 3h lie Castle Creek Bar 24 
B tel. 

Stoughton, L. G. (Mattie) 5 ch farmer 
O 231a 4h 30e Castle Creek Bar 24 
B tel. 

Stoughton, Norman (Sadie) 2 ch laborer 
T Castle Creek Bar 24 Ind tel. 

Stout, Abby C. Chenango Forks. 

Stout, W. F. (Anna) 4 ch lumberman 
r T 4h E4 Deposit Snfd 28. 

Stoutenburg, Bruce B. (Agatha) 1 ch 
carpenter O 13a 2h 3c East Windsor 
Col 123. . 

Stowell, Charles A. (Elsie) 3 ch as- 
sembler in I T E T E2 Vestal Ves 25. 

Stowell, Mrs. Hattie 2 ch bds with 
Jason Smith Whitney Point Tri 5. 

Stowell, Leon (Elizabeth) 1 ch farm 
manager for Charles E. Hait El Kirk- 
wood Kir 11 Ind tel. 

Stowell, Parker (Phoebe) laborer O 
H&L Triangle Tri 30. 

Stratten, Sam (Carrie) 3 ch farmer 
80a 3h 10c E2 Union Mai 13 B tel. 

Stratton, John (Mary A.) ret O 2a 
Vestal Center Ves 76. 

Stratton, Melvin (son John) farm hand 
Vestal Center Ves 76. 

Stratton, Oliver ret bds with John Ves- 
tal Center Vep 76. 

Strawn, Geo. A. (Cora E.) 1 ch farmer 
T 2h 14c El Port Crane Col 13. 

Strecth, Charles G. (Jennie) 5 ch milk 
dealer O H&L Killawog Lis 37 Ind 
tel. 

Strickland, Horace (Mary) 1 ch farmer 
O 120a 2h 12c E4 Binghamton Chen 
52. 

Strickland, Howard J. (Virginia) farm- 
er O 44a Ic E4 Binghamton Chen 52. 

Strickland, Hubert F. farmer O 145a 
2h 8e Chenango Forks Bar 54. 

Strickland, S. D. (Abbie) ret O H&L 
Eailroad St Chenango Forks Chen. 

Strickland, U. D. (Addie) farmer 
112a Ic Chenango Forks Bar 54. 

Striley, J. W. (Mary) 3 ch carpenter 
T E2 Vestal Ves 25. 

Strong, Burton farmer O 135a 3h 12c 
Whitney Point Tri 28 Ind tel. 

Strong, Charles bds with Williard De- 
posit Snfd 57, 

Strong, Ellis L. farmer & laborer T 2h 
El Harpursville Col 69. 



Strong, Eugene (Sarah A.) farmer O 

96a 2h 8c Whitney Point Tri 28 Ind 

tel. 
Strong, Homer K. (Hattie M.) 2 ch 

farmer O 117a 3h 30c Whitney Point 

Tri 26 Ind tel. 
Strong, Mrs. Kate A. 1 ch farming T 

Ih 8c El Harpursville Col 69 Ind tel. 
Strong, Mrs. Lucy Whitney Point Tri 

29 Ind tel. 
Strong, Mabel bds with Williard Deposit 

Snfd 57. 
Strong, Eeginald bds with Williard De- 
posit Snfd 57. 
Strong, William (Lucinda) stonecutter 

T Ih Ic Deposit Snfd 57. 
Strong, Williard E. (Katherine) 1 ch 

farmer O 180a 3h 56'e Deposit Snfd 

57 Ind tel. 
Stuart, Arthur L. farmer T 5h 40c 

Corbettsville Conk 41 B tel. 
Sucki, Martin gate tender on D L & W 

Vestal Ves 22. 
Sullivan, Daniel J. (son James W.) 

farmer Kirkwood Kir 34 Ind tel. 
Sullivan, Elizabeth (grand dau Andrew 

Halpin) El Choconut Pa Ves 42. 
Sullivan, Mrs. EUen T Sanitaria Springs 

Col 3. 
Sullivan, James farmer O 200a El 

Kirkwood Kir 31 Ind tel. 
Sullivan, James W. (Mary E.) farmer 

O 385a 5h 34c Kirkwood Kir 34 Ind 

tel. 
Sullivan, Jennie G. (dau James W.) 

Kirkwood Kir 34 Ind tel. 
Sullivan, John J. (Minnie F.) 2 cli 

farmer O 80a 2h 12c El Great Bend 

Pa Win 46. 
Sullivan, Joseph farmer bds with 

Michael El Kirkwood Kir 31 Ind tel. 
Sullivan, Martin (Katherine) 7 ch O 90a 

3h 9c Corbettsville Conk 40 Ind tel. 
Sullivan, Michael farmer 200a 2h 

40e El Kirkwood Kir 31 Ind tel. 
Sullivan, Michael E. farmer T 7c Sani- 
taria Springs Col 3. 
Sullivan, Nellie El Kirkwood Kir 31 

Ind tel. 
Sullivan, W. E. (Martha) farmer O 25a 

2h 2c E4 Binghamton Chen 43. 
Summers, Wm. (Myra) farmer O 240a 

5h 35c Killawog Lis 42 B tel. 
Sutliff, H. A. farmer O 80a 2h El Great 

Bend Pa Win 61. 
Suttle, Mrs. Annie O H&L E6 Susque- 
hanna Pa Win 107. 
Suttle, Geo. H. (Sara M.) farmer 70a 

2h 12c El Port Crane Fen IS. 
Sutton, Melvin farm hand bds with Wm. 

I. Kelly Deposit Snfd 25 Ind tel. 



153 



BROOME COUNTY 



Swackhanicr, Charles (Rose) 7 ch 

farmer T 2h 18c R2 Windsor Col 38. 
Swackhanicr, Frank 1 ch laborer T Glen 

Aubrey Nan HO. 
Swan, Charles (Frances) farmer O 60a 

Ih 2c Whitney Point Nan 29 Ind tel. 
Swan, Mrs. Delia A. farming O H&L 

Chenango Bridge Chen 40 B tel. 
Swan, E. J. (Martha) farmer O 50a 2h 

7c Glen Aubrey Nan 32. 
Swan, Henry (Cora) 7 ch farmer O 25a 

2c Whitney Point Nan 29 Ind tel. 
Swan, Henry E. pipe layer bds with 

George W. Gale R2 Binghamton Bin 3. 
Swart, Emery bds with Wm. M. Rozell 

Sanford Snfd 41. 
Swart, Harvey bds with Wm. H. Horton 

Rl Nineveh Snfd 34. 
Swart, John M. (Sara) car inspector O 

104a 2c Sanford Snfd 40 Ind tel. 
Swart, Robert (Mattie) farmer T 2c 

Sanford Snfd 40 Ind tel. 
Swartwood, Fayette (Allyda Rhodelia) 

works in I T R O 142a Ih Ic R2 

Vestal Ves 35. 
Swartwood, J. D. (Louisa) ret O 31a 

R2 Vestal Ves 17 Ind tel. 
Swartz, John (Ida) blacksmith O 5a Ih 

North Sanford Snfd 59 Ind tel. 
Sweatland, D. W. ret T Nineveh Col 90. 
Sweeney, Mike laborer on D H R R Co 

T Port Crane Fen 12. 
Sweet, A. D. (Alice) farmer O 55a 2h 

9c Sanford Snfd 33. 
Sweet, Burke ret T Port Crane Fen 8. 
Sweet, Hannah bds with A. D. Sanford 

Snfd 33. 
Sweet, Josei^hine R4 Binghamton Fen 

10. 
Sweet, Marjorie bds with A. D. Sanford 

Snfd 33. 
Sweet, Morris bds with A. D. Sanford 

Snfd 33. 
Sweet, OtLs farmer O 110a 4h 16c Rl 

Kirkwood Kir 14 Ind tel. 
Sweet, Mrs. Roda O %a R3 Binghamton 

Fen 11 B tel. 
Swengel, A. W. (Harriett) 1 ch farmer 

T 2h 15c R2 Susquehanna Pa Win 59. 
Swenson, John (Bertha) 3 eh farmer O 

55a Ih 2c R2 Harpursville Col 75. 
Swift, Avery E. farmer R5 Bingham- 
ton Chen 3. 
Swift, Charles R. (Vivia) farmer T 

5h 22c R2 Johnson City Un 38 B tel. 
Swift, Chas. S. (Isabelle) physician & 

surgeon O H&L Ih Castle Creek Clien 

27 B tel. 
Swift, C. Fred (Lucy) 1 ch ])hysician T 
2h Maine Mai 24 B tel. 



Swift, Ervie F. (Edna) 2 ch farmer O 

110a 7h 29c R5 Binghamton Chen 21 

B tel. 
Swift, Eugene C. (Etta L.) farmer O 

171a 6h 19c R5 Binghamton Clien 3 

B tel. 
Sylvester, Enoch (Eva) farmer O 61a 

2h 4e Rl Vestal Ves 54. 
Taber, Frank A. (Lena R.) 1 ch farmer 

O 34a 2h Rl Union Un 6 B tel. 
Tabor Bros, farmer O 29a 2h Ic Glen 

Castle Chen 20. 
Taft, Delos (Alice J.) assistant post 

master O H&L Chenango Forks Bar 

54. 
Taft, Mrs. Ellen bds with Woodruff J. 

Harrison R3 Greene Tri 44 Ind tel. 
Taft, Floyd L. (Anna) 1 ch farmer O 

92a 2h 16c R3 Greene Tri 45 Ind tel. 
Taft, Harman A. farmer T R4 Bing- 
hamton Fen 10. 
Taft, M. S. (Augusta) mining 10a 

Triangle Tri 53. ' 
Taft, Wm. L. (Maiy C.) marble dealer 

O H&L Killawog Lis 41 Ind tel. 
Talbot, Harry (Ada) 2 ch farmer T 

4h 2c R4 Marathon Lis 1. 
Talbot, Lyman L. (Caroline) ret O 2%a 

Castle Creek Chen 25. 
Talbot, Merle (Eva) 1 ch farmer O 

300a Ih 40e Upper Lisle Tri 17 Ind 

tel. 
Talbott, W. D. (Effie) 5 ch farmer T 

2h 9e Rl Windsor Win 106. 
Tall, Dana (Monic) teamster O 33a 2h 

4c Rl Windsor Win 116. 
Tamkins, Charles H. bds with Martin 

B. Rl Conklin Con 33 B tel. 
Tamkins, Martin B. 5 ch farmer O 73a 

3h 16c Rl Conklin Con 35 B tel. 
Tanch, Mrs. Anna 3 ch farming O 81a 

2h 4c R3 Binghamton Col 8. 
Tansley, Harry (Marguerite) 1 ch 

farmer O 80a Ih 6c R2 Harpursville 

Col 86. 
Tappan, N. W. (Alice) farmer O 2a 2h 

7c Glen Aubrey Mai 54 B tel. See 

adv. 
Tappan, Watson (Emn>a) farmer O 

104a 4h 35c Glen Aubrey Mai 54 B 

tel. See adv. 
Tarble, Charles (Velma) farmer O 27a 

Ih 4e Killawog Lis 37 Ind tel. 
Tarbox, Clifford (Carrie) 2 ch farmer 

O 40a Ih 4c Rl Tunnel Col 27%- 
Tarbox, Dick (Ethel) farmer T Ih Rl 

Chenango Forks Fen 28 B tel. 
Tarbox, Elwin D. (Sarah) 2 eh bridge- 
worker on Erie T Kirkwood Kir 22. 
Taylor, Mrs. Alice T Rl Tunnel Fen 34. 



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TAYLOk, Mrs. Axxa B. O H«fcL Port 

Crane Feu 9. 
Taylor, Bol ret -O 3a Ih Upper Lisle 

Tri 4. 
Taylor, David A. (Eleanor) ?, ch ma- 
chinist O ISa Ih 2c R2 Windsor Win 

27. 
Taylor, Frank 1 eh Rl Lisle Lis 35. 
Taylor, Harry R. (Ella B.) farmer O 

8Sa 2h 6c Port Crane Fen 23 B tel. 
Tavlor, Henry (Leah Mae) miller O 

H&L Vestal Ves 21. 
Taylor, Mrs James 1 ch T Lisle Lis 45. 
Tavlor, J. E. watchman R2 Windsor 

Win 27. 
Taylor, Lee farmer & works in I T R 6 

8a Ih Ic Vestal Ves 23. 
Taylor, Oscar M. (Emma E.) ret bds 

with John Shenton R2 Binghamton 

Bin 23. 
Taylor, Thomas S. (Mary) 3 ch inspec- 
tor T Ih 2c Rl Vestal Ves 55 B tel. 
Teale, Alva (Lydia) 1 ch farmer T 2h 

17c Rl Nineveh Snfd 40 Ind tel. 
Teale, John (Carrie) 1 ch farmer O 

100a 2h 17c Rl Nineveh Col 101 lud 

tel. 
Teansley, John H. (Margaret) farmer 

O 60a Ih 5c R2 Harpursville Col 86. 
Teaser, Joe 3 ch candy maker O 38a 

2h 4e R5 Binghamton Chen 1. 
Teed, E. L. (Nettie) physician O H&L 

Ih Lisle Lis 45 Ind tel. 
Teed, Ross laborer bds with William 

Turk R3 Binghamton Fen 11. 
Tcfft, Charles (Lena) 6 ch farmer T 

2h 15c Rl Whitney Point Tri 20. 
Tefft, Grover Rl Whitney Point Tri 20. 
Temple, Mary (niece Mary Blodget) 

student Rl "Whitney Point Tri H. 
Tcnuaut, Adelbert (Blanche) 4 ch driver 

for Clark feed store bds with Earl 

Slater R2 Binghamton Bin 21 B tel. 
Tennant, Byron (Cora L.) 3 ch farmer 

T Ih Ic Rl Windsor Snfd 16. 
Tennant, Charles meat market T Chen- 
ango Forks Bar 56. 
Tennant, C. J. 1 ch general store O %a 

Ih Castle Creek Chen 28 B tel. 
Tennant, Dennis ' B. (Effie J.) 3 ch 

farming O 200a 3h 20c Rl Windsor 

Snfd 16. 
Terall, Mrs. Dora 2 ch O 116a R2 Sus- 
quehanna Pa Win 98 Ind tel. 



Terall, Leslie (Margaret) farmer T 3h 

lOe R2 Susquehanna Pa Win 98 Ind 

tel. 
Terall, Marie teacher R2 Susquehanna 

Pa Win 98 Ind tel. 
Terrboss, Orrie H. (Lydia M.) 3 ch 

farmer O 117a 3h 12c Rl Port Crane 

Fen 24 B tel. 
Terrel, Dey (Etta) 2 eh farmer T Ih 

20c Rl Lisle Nan 9. 
Terris, John F. farmer T Hi 3c Rl 

Chenango Forks Fen 31. 
Terry, Alton farmer T 5h 24c Afton 

Col 102. 
Terry, Charles farmer O 97a 3h 19c Rl 

Nineveh Col 106 Ind tel. 
Terry, C. A. 2 eh creamery & farming 

O 11a Ih RD Nineveh Col 108 Ind 

tel. 
Terry, Earl bds with Geo. O. Gardner R2 

Afton Snf<l 63. 
Terry, Ernest (Maud) farmer T Afton 

Col 102. 
Terry, Harry (Vergie) 3 cli farmer O 

50a Rl Nineveh Snfd 4. 
Terry, J. (Emma) 2 ch farmer T 2h lOc 

Rl Nineveh Col 106. 
Terry, Lesley bds with Oren W. Rl 

Nineveh Snfd 5. 
Terry, Oren W. (Hattie) 1 ch farmer 

O 80a 2h 8c Rl Nineveh Snfd 5 Ind 

tel. 
Terry, Percy bds with Oren W. Rl 

Nineveh Snfd 5. 
Terry, S. farmer O 97a 3h 19e Rl Nine- 
veh Col 106 Ind tel. 
Terry, William bds with Oxen W. Rl 

Nineveh Snfd 5; 
Terwilliger, Curtis (Imogene) 3 ch 

painter & paj)er hanger T Main St 

Chenango Forks Bar 56. 
Terwilliger, Dever (Jennie) ice O H&L 

Chenango Forks Chen 35. 
Terwilliger, Edgar R2 Chenango Forks. 
Terwilliger, George (Emma) carpenter O 

H&L Vestal Ves 21. 
Terwilliger, Jasper (Georgianna) farmer 

O S5a Chenango Forks Chen 34. 
Terwilliger, J. S. (Delephine) 3 ch con- 
tractor & builder T R2 Vestal Ves 21. 
Terwilliger, Mrs. Phoebe 1 ch O H&L 

Chenango Forks Chen 33.- 
Terwilliger, S. B. (Lillie E.) farmer O 

la Ih Ouaquaga Col 84. 



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Tevgaw, Albert H. (Edna) 3 ch farmer 

O 14a Ih 4c R2 Johnson City Un 44. 
Thamton, Martin E. (Algie E.) farmer 

O 110a Ih 4c El Harpursville Col 70 

Ind tel. 
Theleman, Frank (Cora) farmer O 90a 

3h 16c E4 Marathon Lis 26 Ind tel. 
Theleman, Herman (Lillian) farmer O 

77a 2h 9c Center Lisle Lis 19 B tel. 
Thomas, Adelbert E. (Madeline) farmer 

T 3h Upper Lisle Tri 15 Ind tel. 
Thomas, A. farmer 137a 30c E4 Bing- 

hamton Chen 30 B tel. 
Thomas, Frederick A. (Mary) D L & 

WEE employe O 7a Corbettsville 

Conk 39. 
Thomas, G. H. farmer 50a 8c Chenango 

Bridge Chen 39. 
Thomas, G. W. (Emma) farmer O 20pa 

5h 20c Upper Lisle ' Tri 15 Ind tel. 
Thomas, John (Grace) 1 ch barber O %a 

Chenango Forks Chen 33. 
Thomas, John H. (Minnie E.) 3 ch 

farmer O 24a 6h 9c Chenango Bridge 

Chen 39. B tel. 
Thomas, Perial section hand on D L & W 

T Vestal Ves 22. 
Thomas, Eay (Catherine) 3 ch farmer T 

3h 18c Castle Creek Bar 24 B tel. 
Thomas, Walter farmer O 82a 2h 13c E4 

Eichford Lis 5. 
Thompson, Mrs. Alice M. farmer O 7a 

El Great Bend Pa Win 18 Ind tel. 
Thompson, A. G. (Alma) 6 ch farmer 

O 177a 3h 25c E2 Afton Snfd 63 Ind 

tel. 
Thompson, Eva Castle Creek Bar 24. 
Thompson, Henry M. (Eeny C.) 1 ch 

farmer O 80a 4h 5c E2 Harpursville 

Col 71. 
Thompson, Joseph H. (Ernestine) farm- 
er O 136y2a 2h 18c Glen Aubrey Mai 

30 B tel. 
Thompson, Percy carpenter T Sanitaria 

Springs Col 4 B tel. 
Thompson, E. B. Sanford. 
Thompson, Suman (Eena) farmer O 100a 

3h 12c El Vestal Ves 57 B tel. 
Thompson, Willis (Iva) 3 ch farmer O 

50a 2h lie E4 Binghamton Chen 44 B 

tel. 
Thoms, John (Emily) 3 ch farmer O 15a 

2c Deposit Snfd 451/3 Ind tel. 
Thomson, Ealph W. (Minerva) 4 ch 

farmer T 3h lie E2 Harpursville 

Col 48. 
Thomson, E. B. (Emeline A.) 3 eh farm- 
er O 165a 3h 25c Sanford Snfd 7 Ind 

tel. 
Thorington, Archie (Polly) 3 ch watch- 
man T Ih Whitney Point Bar 1. 



Thorn, Charles farmer O 32a 2h 20c E2 

Chenango Forks Tri 56 Ind tel. 
Thorn, Helen (dau Orson) E2 Chenango 

Forks Tri 57 Ind tel. 
Thorn, Orson farmer O 80a E2 Chenango 

Forks Tri 57 Ind tel. 
Thorn, Walter (Bessie) 1 ch farmer T 

3h 26c El Lisle Nan 17. 
Thome, Ealph (Delia) 3 ch shoeworker 

O 3c Vestal Ves 59 Ind tel. 
Thornton, Charles (Minnie) 10 ch farmer 

T 4h 18c El Lisle Lis 16. 
Thornton, Ezra (Hannah) farmer T 2h 

20c El Lisle Lis 30. 
Thornton, Eexpord electrician T Center 

Village Col 91. 
Thornton, Samuel (Evaline) 8 ch farmer 

T Ih El Lisle Lis 31. 
Throop, D. L. (Sarah) farmer & lumber- 
man O 280a 2h 5c El Nineveh Col 

116% Ind tel. 
Throop, J. D. (Helen E.) farmer O 90a 

4h 30c El Nineveh Col 118 Ind tel. 
Throop, Margaret T Harpursville Col 91. 
Throop, M. E. (Lottie) 2 ch farmer O 

10a 4h 30c El Nineveh Col 118 Ind tel. 
Throop, Sarah dressmaker T Harpurs- 
ville Col 91. 
Thurber, A. D. ret bds with M. P. E3 

Binghamton Kir 41. 
Thurber, Glen (Edna) 1 ch farmer T 2h 

8c E3 Binghamton Fen 13. 
Thurber, M. P. farmer O 15a 2h Ic E3 

Binghamton Kir 41. 
Thurston, David (Mary) farmer O 10a 

Ih El Lisle Lis 44. 
Thurston, Margaret Nineveh. 
Thurston, Mrs. Mary O H&L Whitney 

Point Bar 15. 
Thurston, O. H. (Marinda) laborer 

H&L Upper Lisle Tri 17. 
Tibbitts, Clara teacher bds with Earl 

Webster E2 Vestal Ves 17 Ind tel. 
Tibbitts, Laura student bds with Earl 

Webster E2 Vestal Ves 17 Ind tel. 
Tice, Archie (son David S.) shoecutter 

E3 Binghamton Kir 44. 
Tice, David S. (Dora) farmer O 105a 3h 

24c E3 Binghamton Kir 44. 
Tice, Eoy (son David S.) farmer E3 

Binghamton Kir 44. 
Ticknor, Albert (Jennie) farmer T 5h 

20c El Whitney Point Tri 32 Ind tel. 
Ticknor, Alpha (Myrtle) 2 ch farmer 

T 3h 37c El Whitney Point Tri 22 Ind 

teL 
Ticknor, Bruce (Grace) mechanic O H&L 

Lisle Lis 44. 
Ticknor, Floyd (Stella) mechanic O H&L 

Whitney Point Lis 50. 
Ticknor, John (Mabel) 1 ch farm laborer 

T Upper Lisle Tri 17 Ind tel. 
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Ticknor, Raymond (Elizabeth) farmer T 

4h 18c Upper Lisle Tri 18 Ind tel. 
Ticknor, Roy (Jessie) 1 ch farmer T 

Upper Lisle Tri 18 Ind tel. 
Ticknor, Samuel ("Ada) farmer Rl Whit- 
ney Point Tri 32 Ind tel. 
Tiel, Mrs. Kate farmer O 100a Ih 10c 

R2 Susquehanna Pa Win 97 Ind tel. 
Tiers, Mrs. Francis N. O Ih R5 Bing- 

hamton LTn 55. 
Tifany, Carl R. (Alma) farmer O 45a 

Ih 4c Rl Conklin Conk 33 B tel. 
Tiffany, E. G. (Elida) 2 ch farmer O 

109a 2h 15c Whitney Point Nan 23. 
Tiflfney, Cynthia bds with Lavenie R2 

Afton Snfd 68. 
Tiffney, Laverne (Cora) 2 ch. farmer 

134a 2h 31c E2 Afton Snfd 68 Ind tel. 
Tilbury, W. B. (Stella S.) laborer O H&L 

Vestal Ves 23. 
Tilford, Archie (Jessie) 1 ch teamster T 

Harpursville Col 91. 
Tilford, George (Neila) manager cream- 
ery H&L 5h Harpursville Col 91 Ind 

tel. 
Tilly, Alfred G. Rl Union. 
Timpleton, Margaret A. 2 ch farmer O 

4a 2h 4c Rl Conklin Conk 6 B tel. 
Tinklepaugh, A. G. (Esther) 5 ch farmer 

O 6114a 2h 13e East Windsor Col 121 

Ind tel. 
Titas, Lloyd C. (Sadie) 2 ch farmer O 

134a 3h 26c Sanford Snfd 32 Ind tel. 
Titus, Leslie farmer T . Rl Chenango 

Forks Fen 34. 
Titus, R. R. (Grace) 2 ch farmer O 265a 

3h 28c R2 Harpursville Col 75. 
Tobey, Grover C. (Virgie) 2 ch farmer T 

2h 20c R2 Harpursville Col 77. 



Tobey, Mrs. Katherine O 90a R2 Vestal 

Ves 19 Ind, tel. 
Toby, Lou (Belle) carpenter T le R3 

Binghamton Fen 11. 
Tokos, Tofil (Katherine) farmer O 55a 

2h 3c Rl Binghamton Bin 22. 
Tomas, Ellen D. H&L R2 Union Mai 

25 B tel. 
Tomas, John W. (Lottie) farmer O 41a 

2h Ic R5 Binghamton Un 57 B tel. 
Tomas, J. K. (Edna) president & man- 
ager Cutler Ice Co O 2a 22h Bingham- 
ton Dick 4 B tel. 
Tombs, H. W. (Harriett) farmer O 150a 

4h 25c Chenango Forks Bar 54. 
Tombs, Willard K. Chenango Forks 

Bar .54. 
Tompkins, Dewitt laborer bds with Mrs. 

Eliza E. Eldred R2 Binghamton Bin 6. 
Tompkins, Mrs. Eliza 43a Ih East Wind- 
sor Win 122. 
Tompkins, Sarah 3 ch H&L Ih E2 

Johnson City Un 45 lA. 
Tompson, Frank (Lenore) 2 ch farmer 

100a 2h 2c Sanford Snfd 32 Ind tel. 
TOOTIKIAN, Marderin (Mary) 2 ch 

farmer O 112a 2h 9c Glen Castle Chen 

28 B tel. 
Torrey, Monroe D. (Jessie) 1 ch farmer 

T 2h 16c Rl Whitney Point Tri 36 

Ind tel. 
Torrey, Silas ret bds with Floyd H. Redd 

Upper Lisle Tri 18. 
Totten, Anna D. 2 ch boarding house T 

Chenango Forks Chen 53. 
Totten, Edward (Maud) 5 eh farmer 

82a 2h 14c R2 Windsor Col 38., 
TousLEE, Clarence (Kate) 2 ch farmer 

O 137a 3h 8c Vestal Center Ves 67 

Ind tel. 




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BROOME COUNTY 



Townsend, Martin farmer O 4()a Rl Tun- 
nel Fen 45. 
TowsLEE, Fay (Jennie) .1 ch farmer T 

R2 Johnson City Un 45 B tel. 
Tracey, Charlie (Susie) fariner H&L 

Port Crane Fen 9. 
Tracey, William H. (Lizzie P.) 2 ch 

farmer O 125a 5h :50e Rl Port Crane 

Fen 21. 
Travis, Jesse (Hattie) 1 ch farmer & 

teamster T 2h Rl Vestal Ves 62. 
Treadwell, Ada L. Rl Binghamton Conk 

7 Ind tel. 
Treadwell, B. E. (Lula) 2 ch farmer O 

65a 2h le R5 Binghamton Chen 22 

B tel. 
Treadwell, Morris R. (Laura) farmer 

& justice of the peace O la Ih Couk- 

lin Conk 39 B tel. 
Treadwell, Ray N. farmer O 96a 2h 

10c Rl Binghamton Conk 7 Ind tel. 
Treadwell, W. B. Glen Aubrey. 
Treadwell, W. B. care of Maine Stage 

Whitney Point. 
Treadwell, W. L. (Lizzie M.) farmer 

O 60a 2h 10c R5 Binghamton Chen 20 

B tel. 
Tredwell, Willis (Rose) farmer O 31a 

Ih 3c Whitney Point Nan 30 I^nd tel. 
Trelease, Mrs. Bessie 3 ch T Port Crane 

Fen 8. 
Trelease, Stanley D. T Ih Port Crane 

Fen 8. ( 

Tripp, Adelbert (Fanny) 7 ch farmer 

O 136a 2h 9c Rl Conklin Conk 19 B 

tel. 
Tripp, Frank (Frances) bds with L. E. 

Rogeps Sanford Snfd 59. 
Tripp, Mrs. Jennie housekeeper for Benj 

Miner Rl Vestal Ves 60. 
Tripp, J. P. cobbler T Harpursville Col 

91 Ind tel. 
Tripp, Philip (Jessica) 4 ch farmer O 

65a 2h 17c R2 Binghamton Bin 13 

Ind tel. 
Tripp, W. M. (Edna) 1 ch farmer O 

100a oh 4c Rl Conklin Bin 38. 
Truesdail, Isaac M. (Hannah E.) farmer 

O 32a Ih 2c R3 Binghamton Kir 41. 
Truesdell, Charley (Julie) 5 ch farmer 

O 60a 5c R6 Susquehanna Pa Win 

134. 
Truesdell, Frank D. (Sallie E.) 1 ch 

farmer O 40a Ih 4e R2 Harpursville 

Col 71. 
Truesdell, Irvin J. (Phernie) 1 ch 

farmer O 110a 3h lOe R2 Windsor 

Win 32. 
Truesdell, Lester (Lila) 1 ch farmer O 

93a 5h 23c R2 Harpursville Col 46 Ind 

tel. 



TruesSdell, Nohman W. (Emma) 1 cli 

farmer T 3h 14c Hooper Un 32 B tel. 
Truesdell, Mrs. Wilson J. ret bds with 

Mrs. Kate Barlow Vestal Center Ves 

621/2- 
Truman, Fred W. (Florence) 1 ch far- 
mer O 117a 3h 19c Rl Harpursville 

Col 69. 
Trusdale, R. H. (Elizabeth) farmer T 

2h R2 Harpursville Col 72 Ind tel. 
Trusdell, E. W. (Mellie) Teh blacksmith 

T Ih Sanford Snfd 42 Ind tel. 
Tryon, Commodore Deposit Snfd 55. 
Tryon, Ernest (Edith) 1 ch section hand 

T R6 Susquehanna Pa Win 116. 
Tryon, Noah blacksmith O 87a H&L 3h 

Ic R6 Susquehanna Pa Win 107. 
Tryon, Vern (son Noah) laborer R6 Sus- 

(|uehanna Pa Win 107. 
Tubberty, Mrs. Ellen bds with John F. 

Muri)hy Rl Clioconut Pa Ves 41. 
Tucker, Mrs. Mary O 43a 2h 6c Willow 

Point Ves 53. 
Tull, Dever (Laura) 2 ch farmer T 2h 

13c Rl Johnson City Mai 66 B tel. 
Tully, M. K. (Anna) 3 ch ret O 50a 

Ih Ic Rl Vestal Ves 58. 
Turk, M. W. (Rebecca) 1 ch farmer T 

2h Chenango Bridge Chen 38. 
Turk, William (Myrtle) 1 ch farmer & 

driver O 33a 2h 6c R3 Binghamton 

Fen 11. 
TurnbuU, Frederick (Elizabeth) 2 ch 

farmer T Ic Rl Binghamton Bin 45 

B tel. 
Turner, Frank (Madge) farmer O 161a 

3h 28c Lisle Lis 49. 
Tuttle, Allen (Katherine) 2 eh mason O 

33a Deposit Snfd 451/0. 
Tuttle, Burt (Frances) 1 ch farmer O 

40a 3h 6c Rl Port Crane Fen 36 B tel. 
Tuttle, Henry (Mariett) 1 ch farmer O 

100a Ih 4c McClure Settlement Snfd 

29. 
Tuttle, Henry L. (Florence M.) 1 ch 

farmer O 42a Ih 2c Rl Port Crane 

Fen 26 B tel. 
Tuttle, Mrs. Jane O H&L Vestal Ves 21. 
Tuttle, Walter (Mary L.) 1 ch farmer O 

86a 2h 13c Rl Port Crane Fen 37 B 

tel. 
Twichell, Melley C. O 5a R4 Binghamton 

Fen 10. 
Twin Orchard Farms owned by Troy 

Chemical Co O Vestal Ves 52. 
Tm^ning, Frank (Verna) farmer T 3h 

4c Rl Johnson City Mai 73 B tel. 
Twining, Frank B. (Julia) merchant O 

H&L Hooper Un 32 B tel. 
Twining, Lewis (grandson Lewis Smith) 

student R2 Binghamton Bin 9 Ind tel. 



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Twitchell, James (Irene) farmer O 50a 

21r lie 112 Harpursville Col 92. 
TwiTCHELL, W. B. (Cora M.) farmer O 

140a 2h 19c El Kirkwood Wiu 26 Ind 

tel. 
Tvler, Clara H. T El Port Crane Fen 26 

'B tel. 
Tyler, E. G. (Julia) 2 eh farmer & 

poultryman O 20a 2h 3c Kirkwood 

Kir 20. 
Tyler, Frank C. (Mary E.) carpenter O 

"H&L E2 Johnson City Un 46^'. 
Tyler, L. A. (Cora E.) 2 eh farmer O 

30a 2h 15c Rl Port Crane Fen 26 B 

tel. 
Tyler, Ralph (Anna) 1 ch farmer 

& ]>oultryman O 29a Ic Rl I;ort Crane 

Feu 18. 
Tymerson Bros, merchants T Maine 

"Mai 24 B tel. 
Tyrell, Mrs. Lelia O H&L Harpursville 

Col 90. 
Tyrrell, J. E. (Harriett) lumberman O 

7a Nineveh Nin 90. 
Udall, Bertram R. (Elizabeth) 2 ch 

manager of Twin Orchard Farms 

llh 32c 30 hogs Vestal Yes 52. 
Ulrich, Freeman (son Henry) bridge 

worker on Erie E3 Binghamton Kirk 

54. 
Ulrich, Henry (Mabel) 1 ch farmer O 

52a 3h 3e" R3 Binghamton Kirk 54. 
Unanget, D. F. (Mary) minister T Ih 

R2 Union Mai 19 B tel. 
Underwood, Andrew farmer O 40a Lisle 

Lis 17. 
Underwood, Asa (Libbie) 2 ch farmer 

T 3h lOe R2 Richford Lis 8. 
Underwood, Ed. (Bertha). 1 ch farmer 

O 85a 4h 13c Lisle Lis 49. 
Underwood. Frank (Lydia) laborer O 

H&L Whitney Point' Bar 13. 
LTnderwood, Fred (Lillian) 1 ch farmer 

O S7a 4h 12c Rl Lisle Lis 17. 
Underwood, J. C. (Loverna) 1 ch farmer 

O 85a 4h 21c Rl Choeonut Pa Yes 40. 
Updyke, Frank (Alice) 2 ch farmer O 

137a 5h 25e E5 Binghamton Un 57 

B tel. 
Utter, B. M. (Cora) farmer 72a 3h 

Sc E2 Harpursville Col 76 Ind t€l. 
Utter, Cliarles hostler Railroad Ave 

Chenango Forks Clien. 
Utter, J. M. farmer 50a Ic Ouaquaga 

Col 85. 
Utter, Leroy laborer O H&L Lisle Lis 

45. 
Utter, Mrs. Lozetta 3 ch T Whitney 

Point Nan 29. 
Utter, Mrs. Roxey bds- with John Dun- 

dou E3 Binghamton Kirk 44. 



Utter. Sayer (Emma) O 40a Ih 4c 

Rl Tunnel Col 271/2. 
Yail, A. C. (Belle) farmer O 100a 2h 

8e Rl Kirkwood Kirk 34 Ind tel. 
Yail, Mrs. Mary D. O 5a 3c Deposit 

Snfd 53. 
Yaink, Michal (Elizabeth) 3 ch farmer 

O 78a 2h 9e Rl Johnson City Un 22 

B tel. 
Yajaji, Stephen farm hand bds with 

Michael Maxiam R2 Binghamton Bin 7. 
Yalentine, Anson farmer 39a Ih 4e R2 

Windsor Win 781/4. 
Yalentine, Asa P. (Lottie) 3 ch farmer 

O 75a 2h 9c E2 Johnson City Un 39 

B tel. 
Yalentine, Chas. Eoyal (Leah) farmer T 

2h Whitney Point Tri 11 Ind tel. 
Yalentine, Michael Port Crane. 
Yalentine, Mike 2 ch railroader O 50a 
■ Whitney Point .Bar 1. 
Yalentine, William E. (Mamie) 2 ch 

farmer T 2h Whitney Point Tri 11 Ind 

tel. 
YanAmburgh, Charles A. (Ophelia A.) 

3 ch county road supt O la Port Crane 

Fen 8 B tel. 
YanAntwerp, Frank O H&L Binghamton 

Kirk 22. 
YanAuken, E. J. El Union. 
Yanbarager, Morgan farmer O 300a 2h 

16c East Windsor Win 120. 
YanBarriger, Arthur (Clara) 1 ch em- 
ployee Endicott Johnson factory O 

12a 2h 3c E5 Binghamton Un 57. 
YanBuren, Albert (son Chas. E.) 

state road patrolman El Kirkwood 

Kirk 13 Ind tel. 
YanBuren. Charles E. (Amy) 1 eh 

farmer O 60a 2h 21c El Kirkwood 

Kirk 13 Ind tel. 
YanBuren, Marguerite (dau Chas. E.) 

El Kirkwood Kir 13 Ind tel. 
YanBuskirk. Ernest E. (Euth E.) 

farmer T R] Chenango Forks Fen 28. 
YanBuskirk, Frank (Emma) farmer O 

60a 2h Ic Whitney Point Tri 11 Ind 

tel. 
YanBuskirk, Judd (Ivadell) 3 ch dairy 

& poultry care of G. E. English R] 

Whitney ' Point Tri 15. 
YanBuskirk, Robert (Nella) 1 ch farmer 

T 3h 41c Upper Lisle Tri 19 In.l tel. 
YanCuken, Benjamin A. (Elizabeth) 

carpenter O 2i^a Ih le Johnson City 

Un 53. 
Yanderburg, Bruce (Laura) 3 ch farmer 

O 24a 2h 4c Whitney Point Nan 30 

In<l tel. 
Yanderburg, George (Emily) farmer O 

70a 4h 7c Wliitney Point" Nan 29 Ind 

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Vandermark, Abe (Lena) 8 ch farmer O 

84a 3h 14c Glen Aubrey Nan 33. 
Vandermark, B. F. (Elvie) 4 ch farmer 

T R2 Windsor Win 82. 
VanDermark, Marshall (June) T 

E.2 Susquehanna Pa Win 99. 
VanDeusen, Alexander (Lydia) ret 

2a Rl Kirkwood Kir 19. 
Vanduser, Jack (Edith) 4 ch carpenter 

& mason T R2 Windsor Win 78i^. 
Vaness, James section hand T Center 

Village Col 91. 
VanGorder, Mrs. Robert cigar wrapper 

bds with Dudley Steenburg Vestal Ves 

22. 
VanKuren, John (Etta) 3 ch farmer O 

20a Ih Ic R4 Binghamton Chen 43. 
VanLoan, Sheldon (Bertha) black- 
smith T Conklin Conk 39. 
VanNakin, I. C. (Lillian E.) farmer O 

103a 3h 31c Deposit Snfd 55 Ind tel. 
VanNakin, Ward G. bds with I. C. De- 
posit Snfd 55. 
Vannay, George E. (Mary) 1 ch O H&L 

R2 Johnson City Un 46i/o. 
Vannornum, Henry (Mary) mason O 

H&L Railroad Ave Chenango Forks 

Chen B tel. 
VanPatten, J. (Belle) 2 ch carpenter O 

30a Ih 2c R2 Vestal Ves 48 Ind tel. 
Vanscoy, Jacob M. (Jessie) 1 ch cart- 
man 10a 2h 2c Johnson City Un 53i/^ 

B tel. 
Van Sice, H. I. feed mill O 6a Ih Ic 

Maine Mai 36 B tel. 
VanSice, Lamont Maine Mai 36 B tel. 
VanSice, Terry Ouaquaga. 
Va'nSlyke, Elvin (Katherine) works at 

E. J. shoe factory H&L Ih R2 Union 

Mai 19 B tel. 
VanSlyke, Robert H. (Frances A.) 1 ch 

farmer O 145a 3h 12e R3 Newark Val- 
ley Mai 28 B tel. 
Vantassell, Lottie Whitney Point Nan 

15 Ind tel. 
VanValkenbxjrg, C. L. farmer O 123a 

3h 18c R2 Harpursville Col 77 Ind 

tel. 
VanValkenburg, Earl (Mabel) machinist 

T Nineveh Col 90. 
VanValkenburg, I. A. (Phoebe) farmer 

O 65a 2h 10c R2 Harpursville Col 78 

Ind tel. 
Van Wagner, William N. (Sarah A.) 

farmer O 82a 2h 14c R3 Binghamton 

Kir 49 Ind tel. 
VanWinkle, E. J. (son P. R.) farmer 

Rl Kirkwood Win 71/2 Ind tel. 
VanWinkle, Harry (Flora) 3 ch farmer 

O 117a 2h 9c Kirkwood Kir 22 Ind 

tel. 



VanWinkle, P. R. (Q. A.) 1 ch farmer 

O 130a 3h 14c Rl Kirkwood Win 71/2 

Ind tel. 
VanWormer, Isaac (Jane) farmer O 69a 

Ih 5c Center Village Col 95. 
Vaughn, Mrs. Kate farming O 56a Mc- 

Clure Settlement Snfd 26. 
Vaughn, Nellie (dau Mrs. Kate) Me- 

Clure Settlement Snfd 26. 
Vergason, C. H. Port Crane. 
Vet, D. (Mary) 1 ch farmer O 60a 2h 

12c R2 Berkshire Berk 19 Ind tel. 
Vexter, S. E. (Jessie) 3 ch farmer T 

Itaska Bar 33 B tel. 
Vincent, Aaron (Bessie) 3 ch farmer 

O 102a 2h 16c Rl Port Crane Fen 39. 
Vincent, Edw. D. Maine. 
Vincent, Edward F. (Lydia) 1 ch farm- 
er 215a 4h 28c Maine Mai 36 B tel. 
Vincent, Mrs. Myra O 47a 3h 12c Rl 

Great Bend Pa Kir 23 Ind tel. 
ViNiNG, Leroy L. (Jennie) 2 ch farmer 

T 3h 12c R2 Susquehanna Pa Win 94 

Ind tel. 
Vinning, Lucian F. (Alice) farmer O 

eOa Ih lie Rl Conklin Conk 25 B tel. 
VOGEL, Ade Rl Kirkwood. 
Vollthausen, Mrs. Mary bds with John 

Geiger Rl Great Bend Pa Kir 23. 
Vosburg, Mrs. Elvira S. farmer O 41a 

2h 7c R2 Binghamton Bin 201^ Ind 

tel. 
Vosburg, Fred farmer O 72a 2h 6c R2 

Bingliamton Bin 8 Ind tel. 
Vosburg, Maurice H. 1 ch carpenter T 

Ih R2 Vestal Ves 21. 
Vosburg, Rexford (son Elvira) farmer 

R2 Binghamton Bin 2Qi^ Ind tel. 
Vosburg, Scott (son Mrs. Elvira) 

farmer R2 Binghamton Bin 20^/^ Ind 

tel. 
Vosbury, Milton (Susan) 1 ch farmer O 

48a 2h lie East Windsor Win 122. 
Vosbury, Samuel (Mary) farmer O 7a 

Ih Rl Conklin Conk 35 B tel. 
Vought, Leonard G. (Carrie) 1 ch team- 
ster T Hooper Un 32. 
Vroman, Arthur farmer O 25a Ih 3c 

RD Susquehanna Pa Win 54 Ind td. 
Vroman, C. S. (Lottie) 3 ch farmer O 

85a 2h 14c Rl Great Bend Pa Win 46. 
Vroman, Floyd (Blanche) 1 ch laborer 

T Ih R2 Rich ford Lis 3. 
Vroman, Fred W. (Mame) 3 ch farmer 

T 2h 9c R4 Binghamton Kir 2. 
Vroman, G. H. (Pearl) 1 ch lumberman 

& farmer O 55a Ic R2 Susquehanna 

Pa Win 54 Ind tel. 
Vroman, Horace (Edna) works in shoe 

shop bds with Fred W. R4 Bingham- 
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Vroman, Lenwood S. (Clara) farmer O 
143a 5h 19c R2 Chenango Forks Tri 



52 Ind tel. 



Vroman, Melvin (Grace) 2 ch farmer O 

130a 2h 12c R2 Susquehanna Pa Win 

92 Ind tel. 
Vroman, Stephen T 2h R2 Ricliford Lis 

21. 
Vrooman, Albert (Besse) lumberman O 

H&L 2h Rl Nineveh Col 124. 
Vrooman, Henry (Florence) laborer T 

Rl Nineveh Col 118. 
Vrooman, Robert (Minnie) farmer O 

98a 2h RD Nineveh Col 120. 
Wade, Michael (Mary E.) 5 ch fanner 

O 325a 3h 40c Whitney Point Nan 30 

Ind tel. 
Wade, Wm. farmer T Ih 10c Rl Lisle 

Nan 17. 
Wage, Fred. (Jennie B.) 4 ch works at 

E. J. shoe factory O H&L Union Cen- 
ter Un 14. 
Wage, Leander M. (Ruth A.) cartman 

O H&L Ih R2 Union Mai 20 B tel. 
Wagner, Andrew (Bessie) farmer T 4h 

22c Rl Great Bend Pa Win 20 Ind 

tel. 
Wagner, Bert Rl Vestal Ves 57. 
Wagner, Blanche (dan I. L.) Rl Kirk- 
wood Kir 39. 
Wagner, David 3 ch T 2h 15c R2 Wind- 
sor Win 701/^. 
Wagner, Edd. (Lizzie) 2 eh favmer T 

3h 22c Rl Great Bend Pa Win 13. 
Wagner, Elsie farming O 10%a Ih 2c 

R4 Binghamton Chen 48. 
Wagner, Ervin J. (Lulu) farmer T 2h 

R2 Binghamton Bin 23. 
Wagner, Fred (Mary) farmer T 2h 22c 

Binghamton Kir 7. 
Wagner, Grace farming O 10% a Ih 2c 

R4 Binghamton Chen 48 B tel. 
Wagner, Irving bds with David R2 

Windsor Win 70%. 
Wagner, I. L. (Minnie) 1 ch farmer O 

5a 2h 2c Rl Kirkwood Kir 39. 
Wagner, John (Rosetta) farmer O 33a 

Ih 4c Rl Conklin Conk 25. 
Wagner, June (Minnie M.) employee E. 

Johnson shoe factory T Ih R5 Bing- 
hamton Dick 1. 
Wakefield, William (i^zoa) farmer T 

care of* Friendsville Stage Vestal 

Center Ves 69. 



Wakely, Mrs. Cora (dan E. L. Green) 

1 ch Vestal Center Ves 67. 
Wakeman, D. S. (Fannie M.) farming 

T Rl Vestal Ves 52 B tel. 
Wakeman, Mary Rl Nineveh Col 116. 
Walden, Phoebe bds with Sanford Dibble 

North Sanford Snfd 59. 
WiVLKER, Geo. (Laura) farmer 90a 

2h 21c Rl Port Crane Fen 8. 
Walker, George E. farmer O 113a 2h 15c 

R2 Harpursville Col 41. 
Walker, Jessie A. Rl Union. 
Walker, John F. (Marion J.) farmer O 

400a 2h 60c Deposit Snfd 43 B tel. 
Walker, John H. (May E.) employee E. 

J. shoe CO T R2 Johnson City Un 46i^ 

B tel. 
Walker, Josejdi, Jr. (Jennie) farmer O 

230a 3h 30c Rl Nineveh Snfd 37 Ind 

tel. 
Walker, J. bds with Joseph, Jr. Rl Nine- 

■ veh Snfd 37. _ 

Walker, Willis (Belle) 2 ch farmer O 

300a 4h 80c Dejiosit Snfd 31 Ind tel. 
Walker, Mrs. W. H. farming O 7a R2 

Harpursville Col 92. 
Wallace, Haryon C. (Mina M.) fireman 

at oil station H&L Rl Port Crane 

Col 3. 
Walley, Stephen (Emily L.) farmer O 

15a Hi. 2c Rl Windsor Snfd 14 Ind 

tel. 
Walling, A. A. (Martha) 1 ch farmer 

O 200a 3h 26c Rl Tunnel Col 30 Ind 

tel. 
Walling, Ray (Anna) 3 ch fanner O 

100a 3h 18c Rl Tunnel Col 52 Ind tel. 
Walls, Mrs. Arielia housekeeper for 

Frank Rl Marathon Tri 3. 
Walls, Frank farmer T 3h 25c Rl Mara- 
thon Tri 3. 
Walls, Mrs. Mary T R3 Greene Tri 43. 
Walls, Sarah (dan Mary) R3 Greene Tri 

43. 
Walsh, Thomas (Julia) 2 ch farmer O 

40a Ih Ic R2 Vestal Ves 27. 
Walsh, Thomas H. (Mary) D L & W 

R R employee O 5a Ih Corbettsville 

Conk 39 B tel. 
Walter, Arthur E. (Jennie) 1 ch cream- 
ery O H&L Maine Mai 24. 
Walter, C. H. (Jessie) farmer T Ih Ic 

Lisle Lis 46. 
Walter, Delos (Kate) 1 ch farmer Q 5.'ia 

2h lie Castle Creek Bar ]9 B tel. 



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Walter, Emmett E. (Gertrude L.) 1 en 

fanner O 127a 2h 13c E2 Johnson City 

Mai 23. 
Walter, Frank (Cari-ie M.) teamster O 

la 21i Whitney Point Bar 16 B tel. 
Walter, Fred O. (Ethelyn.) 2 eh farmer 

O H&L Whitney Point Bar 1. 
Walter, Herman (Ethel) 5 ch farmer T 

2h 9c Whitney Point Lis 49. 
Walter, Mont (Jennie) 1 ch mechanic O 

H&L Glen Aubrey Nan 30. 
Walter, Robert (Jennie) 5 ch fanner 

O 80a 2h 14c Whitney Point Bar 13 

B tel. 
Walter, William A. (Carrie M.) 2 ch 

farmer O 91d 2h 18c Maine Mai 23. 
Walters, George farmer O 87a 2h 20c 

Whitney Point Bar 1. 
Walters, Gilbert (Bei'tha) 3 ch farmer 

O 312a 5h 39c Whitney Point Bar 4. 
Walters, James (Alice) 1 ch farmer O 

24a Ih 3c Whitney Point Bar 1. 
Walters, John (Emma) farmer O 115a 

3h 14c Sanford Snfd 54 Ind tel. 
Walters, Julia bds with John Sanford 

Snfd 54. 
Walters, Lester bds with John Sanford 

Snfd 54. 
Wandell, W. D. (Harriet) farmer O 51a 

Ih 3c E3 Binghamtoh Kir 49. 
Warberton, Mrs. Jane bds with Fred 

Moor Windsor Win 84. 
Ward, Arthur C. (Sarah) farmer O 

47a 2h 15c Endicott Un 29 Ind tel. 
Ward, , O. W. (Frances E.) farmer O 

87a 2h Ic E4 Binghamton Chen 17. 
Ward, W. Harry (Myra) painter & 

paper hanger O 21a Ih Ic E3 Greene 

Tri 43. 
Warfle. Archie (Alice) farmer O 44a 

2h lOe E2 Johnson City Mai 43 B tel. 
Warfle, Charles (Mabel) 1 ch farmer O 

60a 2h 2e El Choconut Pa Ves 40 

Ind tel. 
Warfle, James (Winnie) 1 eh works in 

shoe factory O H&L Vestal Ves 231/2. 
Warfle, John (Ina) 2 ch farmer O 43a 

2h El Choconut Pa Ves 40. 
Warner, Albert (Augusta) farmer O 

150a 2h 60 E4 Binghamton Chen 52 B 

tel. 
Warner, Alva H. carpenter O %a Glen 

Castle Chen 281/2. 
Warner, Arthur M. farm laborer 3h El 

Windsor Snfd 17. 
Warner, Charlie B. (Grace A.) farmer 

T 2h 15e El Port Crane Fen 8 B tel. 
Warner, C. E. (Effie) 4 ch farmer O 40a 

2h 2e El Nineveh Col 116. 
Warner, Earl (Margaret) 1 eh painting 

& papering O 8a Ic El Port Crane 

Fen 18. 



Warner, Frank (Pearl) farmer O 100a 

3h 26c El Tunnel Col 29 Ind tel. 
Warner, F. S. (Lovica) 1 ch O 270a Ih 

12c E6 Susquehanna Pa. Win 109. 
Warner, George E. (Mary I.) f aimer O 

27a ih E4 Susquehanna Pa Win 52 

Ind tel. 
Warner, Henry (Mary) farmer O 200a 

4h 32c El Tunnel C'ol 22. 
Warner, Hiram (Loretto E.) 1 ch 

farmer O 56a 3h 6c El Port Crane 

Fen 19. 
Warner, lunia 2 ch farmer O 126a Ih 2c 

R3 Newark Valley Mai 27. 
Warner, James F. (Velma) 5 ch farmer 

T 5h 45c Glen Castle Chen 28. 
Warner, John (Martha) farmer O H&L 

E4 Binghamton Clien 16. 
Warner, John D. (Sarah) ret T Port 

Crane Fen 8 Ind tel. 
Warner, John W. (Lavina C.) farmer O 

100a 3h 13c El Tunnel Fen 43 Ind 

tel. 
Warner, Lawi'encc E. (Agnes) 1 ch 

farmer T El Port Crane Fen ,19. 
Warner, Lawyer (Eliza) section fore- 
man T Eailroad St Chenango Forks 

Chen. 
Warner, Leslie E. (Grace) 5 ch plum- 
ber T E2 Union Un 13 1/2. 
Warner, Lewis (Nellie E.) 1 ch milk 

dealer & farmer T 5h 19c E6 Susque- 
hanna Pa Win 109. 
Warner, Lucius stone mason T Harpurs- 

ville Col 90. 
Warner, Oscar (Nellie) 1 ch glass blower 

O 11a Kirkwood Kir 22. 
Warner, Eoscoe (Eosie) 4 ch fai'mer O 

94a 3h 15c E4 Binghamton Chen 52. 
Warner, E. A. (Frances) laborer T Har- 

pursville Cel 90. 
Warner, Walter (Ellen) 6 eh farmer O 

100a 3h 5c Main St Chenango Forks 

Bar 56. 
Warner, William (Stella) 2 ch farmer T 

Ic El Johnson City Un 56. 
Warnstroff, L. «W. (Eva) 4 ch farmer 

O 50a 2h 6c El Great Bend Pa Win 

17 Ind tel. 
Warrick, Mrs. Alta 2 eh O H&L Vestal 

Center Ves 62. 
Warwick, Arthur (Minnie) 2 ch team- 
ster T E2 Vestal Ves 14. , 
Washburn, R. D. (Meta) 1 ch supt 

Bordens T Tunnel Col 18. 
Waster, David (son Mrs. Milton)' farmer 

El Kirkwood Win 21. 
Waster, Jess (son Mrs. Milton) farmer 

El Kirkwood, Win 21. 
Waster, Mrs. Milton 2 ch farmer T El 

Kirkwood Win 21 Ind tel. 



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Watermau, Charles P. (Nellie) 1 ch 

farmer O 23a 3h 4c Killawog Lis 37 

Ind tel. 
Waterman, C. F. R1 Nineveh. 
Waterman, Frank (Fanny) farmer O 

200a 2h 2e R2 Richford'Lis 7. 
Waterman, Henry (Sophie) 1 ch laborer 

T Killawog Lis 41. 
Waterman, James (Flora) blacksmith O 

H&L Center Lisle Lis 20. 
Waters, Charles (Margaret) 1 ch far- 
mer O 120a 2h 12c Rl Whitney Point 

Tri 10 Ind tel. 
Watkins, Mrs. Martha 1 ch T Sanitaria 

Springs Col 12. 
Watkins, Pereneils W. (Grace) 1 ch 

gardener O 23a 4h Ic Rl Binghamton 

Conk 1 B tel. 
Watkins, Wm. (Esther) gardener O 23a 

4h Ic Rl Binghamton Couk 1 B tel. 
Watrous, C. F. Tunnel. 
W^atrous, DeWitt (Adelia A.) farmer O 

220a 2h 45c Rl Tunnel Col 24 Ind 

tel. 
Watrous, Duell A. (Mary) 1 ch farmer 

120a 3h lie R2 HarpursvUle Col 

92 Ind tel. 
Watrous, Earl V. (Grace E.) farmer O, 

87a 2h 15c Rl Tunnel Col 22 Ind tel. 
Watrous, Ellen bds with Stuart O 100a 

McClure Settlement Snfd 27 Ind tel. 
Watrous, Genevieve bds with Geo. W. 

Maynard R2 Windsor Win S3. 
Watrous, Jane (<lau J. H.) Rl Kirk- 
wood Kir 14. Ind tel. 
Watrous, Jolin W. (Lettie) 2 ch farmer 

O 107a 4h 17c R2 Windsor Win 70 

Ind tel. 
Watrous, J. H. farmer O 139a Rl Kirk- 
wood Kir 14 Ind tel. 
Watrous, Lyman ret T R2 Harpursville 

Col 40. 



Watrous, Raymond farmer R2 Windsor 

Win 70 Ind tel. 
Watrous, Smith B. (Grace G.) 1 ch 

farmer 124a 2h 3c Rl Kirkwood Kir 

11 Ind tel. 
Watrous, Stewart (Julia) 1 ch daii-ying 

T 5h 20c McClure Settlement Snfd 27 

Ind tel. 
Watrous, Wicks (Louise) farmer O 60a 

Ih 8c Rl Tunnel Col 27V^. 
Watson, Vance B. (Lena) 1 ch school 

teacher O 42a Ih 2c Rl Great Bend Pa 

Win 39 Ind tel. 
Watson, William (Elizabeth) 1 ch minis- 
ter T Ih Vestal Ves 23 Ind tel. 
Watterman, Adelia farmer 144a 5c Rl 

Nineveh Snfd 37 Ind tel. 
Watterman, Allen (Ida) bds with John 

Rl Nineveh Snfd 3. 
Watterman, Earl bds with John Rl 

Nineveh Snfd 3. 
Watterman, John (Mercy) farmer O 

100a 2h 6c Rl Nineveh Snfd 3 Ind 

tel. 
Watts, Edward F. Jr. (Alice) 2 ch 

farmer O 122a 3h 31c R2 Richford 

Lis 20 Ind tel. 
Watts, Edward S. (Harriett) farmer O 

139a Ih 30c Whitney Point Tri 6. 
Watts, William H. (Hazel) 4 ch farmer 

T 4h Whitney Point Tri 6. 
Waverly, Garry farmer Rl Whitney 

Point Tri 23. 
Waverly, Mrs. Mary Rl Whitney Point 

Tri 23. 
Waverly, Richard farmer T 3h 14c Rl 

Whitnev Point Tr^ 23. 
Way, a. p. (Libbie E.) 2 ch farmer O 

Ilia 3h 25c Rl Harpursville Col 68 

Ind tel. 
Way, B. A. (Elnora) farmer 24a 2e 

East Windsor Win 121. 




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Way, Edw. J. East Windsor. 

Way, William A. (Libbie E.) 2 cli 

farmer O 195a 3h 31c Rl Tunnel Fen 

47 B tel. 
Wayless, Mrs. Bird E. O H&L Sanitaria 

Springs Col 10 Ind tel. 
Waynian, Andrew (Adelia) dairy farm- 
ing O 64a 2h 15c Oquaga Lake Snfd 

24. 
Wayman, Edward L. farmer T 3h 21c 

El Port Crane Fen 39. 
Wayman, E. E. farmer O 134% a 4h 17c 

East Windsor Win 126. 
Wayman, Geo. (Elizabeth) 2 cli farmer 

d 108a 3h 21c El Port Crane Fen 39. 
Wayman, Lawrence farmer T 31i 21c El 

Port Crane Fen 39. 
Wayman, Thomas (Almira) 2 ch farmer 

bds with E. E. East Windsor Win 126. 
Wayman, William (Esylt) 3 ch farmer 

T 3h 15c E6 Susquehanna Pa Win 

134 Ind tel. 
Webb, Arthur (Jennie) farmer O Sa Ic 

Glen Castle Chen 28 B tel. 
Webb, Charles R. (Cora) farmer O 9a 

3h 14c Rl Conklin Conk 35 B tel. 
Webb, Cleon farmer 7h 19e E2 Bing- 

hamton Bin 6 B tel. 
Webb, Ernest L. (Hattie May) 3 ch 

lumberman O 42a Ih Ic E2 Windsor 

Win 4. 
Webb, E. R. (Amelia) farmer O 33a 5h 

2c R4 Binghamton Chen 36 B tel. 
Webb, Frank L. (Elina) 6 ch works at 

E. Johnson shoe factory O 43a 2h 2c 

Rl Union Un 10. 
Webb, F. E. (Grace) 2 ch farmer O 138a 

2h 12c R2 Windsor Win 29. 
Webb, George (Ada) farmer O la Rl 

Conklin Conk 35. 
Webb, George H. (Florence) 1 ch farm- 
ing T 3h 20c Rl Whitney Point Tri 

15 Ind tel. 
Webb, Harry L. (Cora E.) farmer O 

185a lOh 28c Rl Chenango Forks Fen 

28 B tel. 
Webb, .James A. (Sarah E.) laborer T 

Rl Whitney Point Tri 14. 
Webb, John W. ret T Ouaquaga Col 84. 
Webb, Juliand (Lenora) 2 ch poultry 

& farming O 26a 2h 2c Ouaquaga Col 

84. 
Webb, L. B. (Lillie) lumberman O 175a 

2h 5c R2 Windsor Win 2 Ind tel. 
Webb, Mrs. Martha 4 ch housekeeper for 

Cleon O 119a R2 Binghamton Bin 6 

B tel. 
Webb, Myron E. (Janett) farmer O 80a 

3h Rl Whitney Point Tri 10. 
Webb, Richard (Emma) 2 ch laborer T 

Castle Creek Chen 28. 
Webb, W. B. Rl Harpursville. 



Webb, W. T. (Marion) minister T Chen- 
ango Forks Chen 53. 
Webber, Glenn J. (Daisy) 3 ch farmer 

O lOOa 3h 13c El Johnson City Mai 

66 B tel. 
Weber, Ewald (Adeline) 2 ch farmer O 

lOOa 2h 12c Rl Port Crane Fen 42. 
Webster, Alexander. (Hattie) 1 ch 

farmer O 62a 2h 7c R2 Vestal Ves 32 

Ind tel. 
Webster, Earl (Rose) 2 ch farmer O 

165a 3h 8c R2 Vestal Ves 17 Ind tel. 
Webster, Elizabeth ret O H&L Port 

Crane Fen 8. 
Webster, Fred (Isabelle) 2 ch farming 

O 42a 2h 12c Upper Lisle Tri 18. 
Webster, Mrs. John T R2 Harpursville 

Col 40. 
Webster, M. J. R2 Harpursville. 
Webster, Mrs. S. S. O H&L Ih Nineveh 

Col 90. 
Wedge, Bert L. (Nettie M.) farmer O 

235a 4h 33c R2 Harpursville Col 41 

Ind tel. 
Wedge, Edgar P. (Jane Eliza) farmer 

O 100a 5c Rl HarpursviUe Col 70^^. 
Wedget, Herbert F. (Louella B.) 3 ch 

farmer O 262a 3h 45c Sanitaria 

Springs Col 14 Ind tel. 
Weed, Brewster J. (Hattie R.) farmer 

O 35a 2h 7c Port Crane Fen 9. 
Weed, Geo. N. (Sarah E.) farmer O 9a 

2h 5c Rl Port Crane Fen 18. 
Weed, Manford (Mary) farmer O 90a 

3h 13c Rl Kirkwood Kir 17 Ind tel. 
Weedman, Susan farmer O 101a 4c East 

Windsor Win 126. 
Weeks, J. W. (Nellie) carpenter O 8a 

Harpursville Col 90 Ind tel. 
Weeks, Lydia dressmaker bds Kirkwood 

Kir 20. 
Weeks, Will (Jessie) carpenter O H&L 

Ih 2c Harpursville Col 90 Ind tel. 
Welch, John (Lydia) laborer O la De- 
posit Snfd 451/0. 
Wells, Charles H. farmer O 133a 3h 

16c R3 Binghamton Fen 13. 
Wells, Cleveland Rl Chenango Forks. 
Wells, Frank 3 ch farmer O 25a 2h 6c 

Union Un 16. 
Wells, Samuel B. (Lida) farmer & 

huckster O 25a 2h 2c Vestal Center 

Ves 62. 
Welton, Mrs. Anna E. R2 Windsor Kirk- 
wood 36. 
Welton, Rotert farmer O 28a Ih 3c R2 

Windsor Kir 36. 
Wenham, George (Celia D.) farmer O 

40a 2h 5c R2 Harpursville Col 93 Ind 

tel. 
Wenn, Adrian D. 1 ch ret O 99a Ih Ic 

Sanitaria Springs Col 14 B tel. 



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Weiin, Owen farmer O 15a bds with 

Charles A. Brown Rl Vestal Ves 61 

lud tel. 
Weun, Peter carpenter bds with George 

Rankin Rl Vestal Ves 61. 
Wenn, W. H. Rl Union. 
West, A. E. (Addie L.) farmer O %a 

Castle Creek Chen 28. 
West, Earl W. farmer T 3h 25c R6 

Susquehanna Pa Win 133 Ind tel. 
West, Edd Chenango Bridge. 
West, Elmer C. (Lillian M.) farmer O 

50a 2h R5 Binghamton Chen 2 B tel. 
West, E. C. 1 ch truck gardener O 2i^a 

Chenango Bridge Chen 40. 
West, Geo. W. (Mary E.) 6 ch jobber O 

3a Ih Ic Rl Chenango Forks Fen 34 

B tel. 
West, Luther (Emma) farmer O 42i^a 

2h 7c Vestal Ves 17 Ind tel. 
West, Lyman (Emma) 1 ch farming O 

80a 3h 14e Whitney Point Tri 5 Ind 

tel. 
West, L. W. (Leona) farming T 6h 20c 

R2 Union Un 9 B tel. 
West, Martin J. (Sarah) farmer O 

110a 5h 16c R2 Johnson City Un 21 

B tel. 
West, Mrs. Sarah O H&L R2 Vestal 

Ves 3. 
Westcott, Fred L. R2 Union. 
Westcott, Harry G. R2 Union. 
xWestcott, Harry T. R2 Union. 
Westfall, Fred (Laura) 3 ch farmer O 

108a 3h 23c Center Village Col 95. 
Westfall, J. farmer O 80a Ih 5c San- 
ford Snfd 33. 
Westfall, Mrs. Katherine O 3a Vestal 

Ves 23. 
Westfall, W. M. (Alice) 1 ch farmer O 

7a Ih Ic Rl Nineveh Snfd 6. 
Weston, C. B. (Bertha) 2 ch farmer O 

39a 2h 4c Rl Vestal Ves 64 Ind tel. 
Weston, Jacob ret bds with Herbert 

Cross R2 Vestal Ves 20. 
Whea,ton, Emma farmer O 125a 3h 13c 

Killawog Lis 41. 
Wheeler, Mrs. Cynthia L. farmer O 3a 

Conklin Conk 39. 
Wheeler, Elmer San ford. 
Wheeler, E. H. (Libbie) cartuiau O 

5a 2h 3c Lisle Lis 46 Ind tel. 
Wlieeler, Guy (Etta) 1 ch farmer T Ih 

12c Rl Johnson Citv Un 49 B tel. 
Wheeler, H. E. (Clara) farmer T 3h 18c 

Sanford Snfd 59 Ind tel. 
Whelpel, Ina general store O H&L R6 

Susquehanna Pa Win 105 Ind tel. 
Whelpel, M. K. (Olive) R6 Susquehanna 

Pa Win 105 Ind tel. 
Wlielpel, Nelson R6 Susquehanna Pa 

Win 185. 



Whipple, Geo W. lumbering O 150a 2h 

Rl Windsor Win 116. 
Whitaker, Adelbert (Allie) 1 ch farmer 

O 123a 3h 22c Rl Binghamton (Jonk 

2 B tel. 
Whitaker, Mrs. D. W. farming O 300a 

Ih Deposit Snfd 53 Ind tel. 
AVhitaker, Everett (son Fremont L.) 

farmer Rl Binghamton Bui 45 B tel. 
Whitaker, Fordyce (son Fremont L.) 

farmer Rl Binghamton Bin 45 B tel. 
Whitaker, Fremont L. (Clara) 1 ch 

farmer O 196a 13h 35c Rl Bingham- 
ton Bin 45 B tel. 
Whitaker, Irving (son Fremont L.) 

farmer Rl Binghamton Bin 45 B tel. 
Whitaker, Stephen F. (Carrie) 7 ch 

farmer & carpenter T 2h Deposit Snfd 

53 Ind tel. 
Whitcomb, James H. ret 97a 2h 6c Rl 

Johnson City Mai 73 B tel. 
Whitcomb, J. Roscoe (Nellie M.) 1 ch 

farmer O 97a 3h 13c Rl Johnson City 

Mai 73 B tel. 
Wliite, Darwin farm hand bds with Earl 

Burgess Rl Binghamton Conk 34 Ind 

tel. I 

White. Frank (Esther) 2 ch bds with 

C. S. Wright R2 Windsor Win 36 Ind 

tel. 
White, Glenn (Mav) farmer O 21a Ih 

9c East Windsor Win 100 Ind tel. 
White, G. Arthur farmer O 98a 4c 

Windsor Win 90. 
White, H. A. painter & farmer 3a Ih 

Vestal Ves 23 Ind tel. 
White, James (Dorothy) 1 ch laborer 

H&L Lisle Lis 45. 
White, James Lewis carpenter 54a 

Vestal Center Ves 62. 
White, James R. (son James W.) farm- 
ing East Windsor Win 101 Ind tel. 
White, James W. farmer O 47 14 a 

4h 30c Rl East Windsor Win 101 Iiid 

tel. 
White, John C. (Burniee) 1 ch farmer 

O 119a 2h 24c R4 Deposit Snfd 28 

Ind tel. 
White, Orrin J. (Alvaretta E.) farm- 
ing O 72a 3h Rl Vestal Ves 52 B tel. 
White, Mrs. P. T. housekeeper for H. A. 

Vestal Ves 23 Ind tel. 
W^hite, Roxie (dau James W.) Rl East 

Windsor Win 101. 
White, R. W. (Maggie) 4 ch farmer O 

110a 2h 2c R2 Harpursville Col 86. 
White, Wesley (Laura) ret O H&L 

Vestal Ves 21. 
Whitebeck, H. M. (Harriet) painter & 

paperhanger O H&L Chenango Forks 

Bar 56. 



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BROOME COUNTY 



Whitehead, George H. (Myra I.) 

farmer O 125a 4h 12c Gleu Aubrey 

Bar 7 B tel. 
Whitehead, Geo. (Florence) 3 ch farm- 
ing O 24a Ih 3c Rl Vestal Ves 5(5. 
Whitehead, S. J. (Nellie) farming O 

25a Ih 7c Rl Lisle Lis 44. 
Whitlock, Charles janitor T Harpurs- 

ville Col 90. 
Whitlock, James (Maud) 1 ch farmer O 

2Sa 2h ()C Harpursville Col 90 lud tel. 
Whitmarsh, Fred O. (Bertha) engineer 

T Ih Johnson City Un 53 Ind tel. 
Whitmore, Mark (Anna) farmer O 200a 

4h ISe Rl Union Un 3. 
Whitney, Mrs. C. E. O H&L Triangle 

Tri 30. 
Wliitney, E. B. (Lueila) school super- 
intendent O 23a Ih Whitney Point 

Bar ]6 B tel. 
Whitney, E. H. bds with Willis V/alker 

Deposit Snfd 31. 
Whitney, George (Mary) farmer O 106a 

2h 15c Sanford Snfd 32. 
Whitney, Mrs. Jennie Rl Conklin Conk 

34 B tel. 
Whitney, J. B. ret O 60a 7c Triangle 

Tri 53. 
Whitney, Mrs. Mary farmer O 143a 

2h 9c Rl Conklin Conk 34 B tel. 
Whitney, Mrs. Minnie O la Triangle 

Tri 52 Ind tel. 
Whitney, Mrs. Rose Sanford. 
Whitney, Sara bds with Willis Walker 

Deposit Snfd 31. 
Whitney, W. D. (Mary) ret O la Ih 

Triangle Tri 53 Ind tel. 
Whitney, W. J. (Cora) 1 ch merchant 

O H&L Sanford Snfd 42 Ind tel. 
Whittaker, Emory F. (Nellie S.) fore- 
man on road building O 2a Ih Mc- 

Clure Settlement Snfd 26 B tel. 
Whittaker, Matthew (Floretta) 1 ch 

farmer O 30a 2h 6c Rl Nineveh Col 

110. 
Whittemore, a. E. (Mary A.) apiarist 

O 18a 2h 7c R2 Union Mai 20 B tel. 

See adv. 
Whittemore, Mark Rl Union. 
Whitthead, Lewis (Susan) 5 eh farmer 

O 186a 2h 23c Whitney Point Nan 25 

Ind tel. 
Whittiker, Mrs. O H&L Vestal Ves 21. 
Whittmore, Jud (Maud) farmer 57a 2h 

7c Union Un 16. 
Wickam, Jerry (Harriett) farmer O 9Sa 

2h 15c Deposit Snfd 54 Ind tel. 
Wickman, Fred (Soidiia) 1 ch farmer 

O 94a 2h 9c care of Friendsville Stage 

Binghamton Ves 76 Ind tel. 
WicKS, W. E. (Leba) 2 ch farmer T 

2h 10c Rl Nineveh Col 117, 



Wickwire, Ed. (Mary) farmer O 4a Ih 

Rl Port Crane Fen 18. 
Wideman, Adison railroad freight house 

East Windsor Win 122. 
Wideman, Alford railroad bds with W. 

M. East Windsor Win 122. 
Wideman, H. R. (Clara) 1 ch farmer 

O 44y2a Ih 8c R2 Harpursville Col 86. 
Wideman, W. M. (Mattie) 4 ch black- 
smith O 1,4a H&L East Windsor Win 

122. 
Wideran, Byron C. ret T Ih Rl Che- 
nango Forks Fen 6. 
Widerman, Mrs. Ada nurse O 18a Vestal 

Center Ves 62. 
Widerman, Mrs. Anna 1 ch bds care of 

Friendsville Stage Binghamton Ves 80 

Ind tel. 
Widerman, Fay farmer O 65a 2h 8c care 

of Friendsville Stage Binghamton Ves 

SO Ind tel. 
Wiggins, O. F. (Agnes) 2 ch farmer O 

134a 2h 13c Rl Nineveh Col 113 Ind 

tel. 
Wightman, Harry R. (son W. R.) farmer 

Windsor Win 66 Ind tel. 
Wightman, W. R. (Mary) farmer O 

100a 3h 15c Windsor Win 66 Ind tel. 
Wilber, Eugene (Sarah) laborer T Rl 

Conklin Conk 20 B tel. 
Wilder, John (Elizabeth) farmer O la 

Conklin Conk 36 Ind tel. 
Wilbur, John R. (Alice E.) 5 ch farmer 
. O 74a 2h 8c Rl Nineveh Col 113. 
Wilbur, Wesson R7 Johnson City. 
Wilcox. Asa B. (Emily) ret O 30a Ih Ic 

Vestal Center Ves 62 Ind tel. 
Wilcox, Fred farmer O 50a Killawog 

Lis 38. 
Wilcox, Harlan S. (Julia E.) town clerk 

O H&L Ic Port Crane Fen 9. 
Wilcox, Jerome P. (Katherine) farmer 

O 70a Ic R3 Bingliamton Kir 2. 
Wilcox, J. M. (Nina) 6 ch farmer O 

96a 5h 17c Rl Vestal Ves 51. 
Wilcox, Martin L. (Phebe) farmer O 

lV2a R4 Binghamton Fen 10. , 
Wilcox, Nelson E. (Ida M.) 2 ch cream- 
ery O H&L Sanitaria Springs Col 3 

B tel. 
Wilcox, Roxanna O H&L Lisle Lis 44. 
Wilcox. Silas S. (Rebecca E.) ret O 

H&L Sanitaria Springs Col 10. 
Wilder, Mrs. Eliza O H&L Main St 

Center Village Col 91. 
Wilder, Mrs. Mania O H&L Ouaquaga 

Col 84. 
Wildey, Flov'l (Irene) 1 ch farmer T 

2h Rl Kirkwood Kir 19. 
Wildey, William W. (Allie) farmer O 

59a Ih 18c Rl Kirkwood Kir 19. 



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KURAL DIEECTORY 



Wiles, George (Blanche) 3 cli laborer O 

loa E2 Windsor Win SO. 
Wiley, Albert H. gen merchandise 

H&L Ouaquaga Col 84 B tel. See adv. 
Wiley, Allen (Emma) farming O 100a 

25e Harpursville Col 91. 
Wiley, Mi-s. Lucy 4 ch T Ouaquaga Col 

84. 
Willard, Carrie housekeeper for Lester 

Robins Triangle Tri 51. 
Willard, Elno (Ettie)" 2 ch farmer O 

Ilia 2h 10c Rl Johnson Citv Mai 66 

B tel. 
Willard, Ora laborer bds at Elmer Peter- 
son R2 Chenango Forks Tri 50. 
Willett, Mrs. Anna T Rl Port Crane Fen 

18. 
Williams, Ashley (Ella) merchant O 

H&L KillaAYOg I,is 37 Ind tel. 
Williams, Charley (son James) RR la- 
borer East Windsor Win 122. 
Williams, Daniel F. farmer O 56a 3h 

Clienango Forks Fen 29. 
Williams, Edward E. (Anna) 1 ch 

farmer O 58a 4h 2c Rl Johnson Citv 

Un 50. 
Williams, Elizabeth (dan James) East 

Windsor Win 122. 
Williams, Frank (Carrie) 2 ch builder 

T R2 Johnson City Un 451/2. 
Williams, Fred Upper Lisle. 
Williams, Mrs. G. S. O 75a Ih 5e Gulf 

Summit Snfd 2014 Ind tel. 
Williams, Harry (Anne) machinist O 

H&L Rl Binghamton Bin 47. 
Williams, Harry ( son Herbert A. ) 

farmer Rl Great Bend Pa Win 65 Ind 

tel. 
Williams, Henry A. (Anna) carpenter O 

2a Ih Harpursville Col 92. 
Williams, Herbert A. (Kate) 4 ch clerk 

board of supervisors O 191a 3h 20c 

Rl Great Bend Pa Win 64 Ind tel. 
Williams, James ret East Win<lsor Win 

122. 
Williams, John (son James) RR laborer 

East Windsor Win 122. 
Williams, John bds with H. N. French 

North Sanford Snfd 59. 
Williams, John A. (Katherine") farmer 

T 2h 16c R2 Union Mai 21 B tel. 
Williams, Lyman (Evel;y^l) 5 ch shoe- 
worker O 41a 111 5c R2 Vestal Yes 48 

Ind tel. 



Williams, Morris (son Herbert) farmer 

Rl Great Bend Win 65 Ind tel. 
Williams, M. R. Rl Union. 
W^illiams, Nancy ret bds with Herbert 

A. El Great Bend Pa Win 65. 
Williams, Newel B. (Nellie) 2 ch ret O 

H&L Ih 21c Harpursville Col 90 Ind 

tel. 
Williamson, Mrs. Adelia H&L Tri- 
angle Tri 51. 
Williamson, Charles farmer O 50a 2h 2c 

R3 Binghamton Kir 46. 
Williamson, Charles A. (Sarah) 7 eh 

grocer T Ic R5 Binghamton Un 55 B 

tel. 
Willis, E. W. (Emma) 1 ch farmer O 

60a 2h 8c Willow Point Yes 88. 
Willis, F. O. (Nellie) coal dealer O H&L 

Lisle Lis 45 Ind tel. 
Willis, Herbert A. (Yirginia) farmer O 

47a 2h 9c Hooper Un 31. 
Willis, Howard farmer T Rl Port Crane 

Col 2. 
Willis, James E. (Mary) 1 eh farmer O 

45a 2h 8c Rl Port Crane Col 2 B tel. 
Willniot, Orvill (Adla) insurance O 100a 

Rl Conklin Couk 33 B tel. 
Wilmont, C. C. (Anna) farmer 175a 

2h 10c R6 Susquehanna Pa Win 114. 
WiLMOXT. John H. (Bella) 3 ch farmer 

T 4h 22c R4 Susquehanna Pa Win 49 

Ind tel. 
Wilmont, Susan bds Susquehanna Pa 

Win 114. 
Wilson, Allie (dau Emma) laborer Kirk- 
wood Kir 22. 
Wilson, Dora housekeeper for Orin B. 

Stone Rl Great Bend Pa Kir 25 Ind 

tel. 
Wilson, Hazel tailoress bds with Mrs. 

Hattie Heim Kirkwood Kir 22. 
Wilson, Hezekiah bds with Mrs Hattie 

Keini Kirkwood Kir 22. 
Wilson, James (Ruth) 2 ch laborer T 

Willow Point Yes 93. 
Wilson, James A. (Eva) farmer O 214a 

Ih Union Center Un 16 B tel. 
Wilson, Mary O 2a Clienango Forks 

Chen 53. 
Wilson, Orman E. (Harriett) farmer 

O 52a 2h 4c R5 Binghamton Un 57 

B tel. 
Winans, A. farming O 66a le El Yestal 

Yes 52 B tel. 



Women's and Misses' Ready-to- Wear L^daiiL^e'ssaSsires! 

including Shirt Waists, Millinery. Gloves, Corsets, Hosiery, Underwear. Prices always reasonable at 

HILLS, McLEAN & HASKINS, Binghamton, N. Y. 

167 



BEOOME COUNTY 



Wiiians, C. E. (Minnie M.) 1 ch carpen- 
ter O lOia Ih Rl Willow Point Ves 

52 B tel. 
WiNANS, E-^JiL (Vera) 1 cli farmer T 

Ih 19c El Lisle Nan 9. 
WiNANS, Ered T. (Grace) 5 ch dairy 

farmer T 5h 45c MeClure Settlement 

Snfd 29 Ind tel. 
Winans, Lee M. (Florence B.) ret El 

Vestal Ves 52 B tel. 
Winchel, John (Catherine) ret O H&L 

Ih El Whitney Point Tri 15. 
Winchell, Hiram (Laura) ret O H&L Ih 

Lisle Lis 45. 
WiNFiELD, Charles (Mary) 2 ch farmer 

T 4h 4c El Conklin Conk 34. 
Winfield, M. (Mary) 7 ch farmer T 2h 

29c E5 Biughamton Chen 5 B tel. 
Winfield," William (Eose) 3 ch farmer T 

E5 Binghamton Chen 18. 
Winn, Henry J. (Charlotte D.)., 2 ch 

farmer O 57a Ih 3c R3 Binghamton 

Col 40. 
Winn, Louis D. farmer T 2h Ic E3 Bing- 
hamton Col 40. 
Winn, Walter S. (Minnie E.) 2 ch 

l)Oultry & truck -farm O 4a Ih El 

Union Un 6 B tel. 
Winner, Geo. E. farmer bds with Lou 

Toby E3 Binghamton Fen 11. 
Winner, Mrs. James O 2a R3 Bingham- 
ton Fen 13. 
Winner, William F. (Eleanor) 2 ch 

wks at E. Johnson shoe factory T 2h 

Union Center Un 12. 
Winnie, Eugene (Abbie) 2 ch farmer 

T E2 Johnson City Un 46. 
Winsor, Cassius B. (Nettie B.) farmer 

O 102a 4h lie El Port Crane Fen 24. 
Winston, Chas. G. Tunnel. 
Winston, Mrs. Leon Chenango Forks. 
Wintenute, Albert W. farmer T E2 Har- 

pursville Col 16. 
Wintenute, J. F. (Luna M.) 2 ch 

farmer O 15&a 5h 26c E2 Harpursville 

Col 16. 
Wintenute, William C. (Blanche B.) 2 

ch farmer T E2 Harpursville Col 16. 
Wintermyer, O. E. 1 ch merchant O H&L 

Lisle Lis 45 Ind tel. 
Winters, James H. (Alice M.) 2 ch en- 
gineer T Sanitaria Springs Col 10. 
Winters, Joseph L. 2 ch farmer O 81a 

Ih 9 cows Gulf Summit Snfd 19. 
Witter, Fred W. (May) caretaker at 

State Hospital ED Binghamton Kir 10 

Ind tel. 
Witty, L. E. farmer O 208a 3h 200 E3 

Green Tri 44 Ind tel. 
Wodward, Archie (Mabel E.) 2 ch 

farmer T 2h 4c Maine Mai 34. 



Wood, Charles (Lottie) 3 ch carpenter 

O 2a Ih Ic Vestal Center Ves 65 Ind 

tel. 
Wood, Clayton (son Fred) wks in Sales 

Bldg E2 Vestal Ves 16. 
Wood, Delbert E. (Portia) 1 ch paper- 
hanger & painter O H&L Kirkwood 

Kir 20. 
Wood, Delos farmer T El Harpursville 

Col 69. 
Wood, Eva O H&L Killawog Lis 42. 
Wood, Frank (Elmeda) 1 ch farmer O 

13a Ih 2c Vestal Center Ves 69. 
Wood, Fred (Allie) 1 ch farmer O 65a 

3h 12c E2 Vestal Ves 16 Ind tel. 
Wood, Henry J. (Emily M.) 5 ch farmer 

O 87a 3h lie El Choconut Pa Ves 33 

Ind tel. 
Wood, James (Ella) 2 ch farmer T 2h 

44c Whitney Point Nan 25 Ind tel. 
Wood, James E. (Mabel) 1 ch farmer 

125a 3h 22c Itaska Bar 33 B tel. 
Wood, Kate farmer O 100a Ih 10c Whit- 
ney Point Nan 14. 

Wood, Mrs. Mary farming O 6a E2 Har- 
pursville Col 92. 

Wood, Mrs. Phoebe O H&L E2 Vestal 
Ves 14. 

Wood, Mrs. Robert E2 Susquehanna Pa 
Win 98. 

Wood, Royal (Laura) ret O 3a El Cho- 
conut Pa Ves 33. 

Wood, Eoyal T. (Estelle) 2 ch wks in 

1 T E O 23a E2 Vestal Ves 17 Ind 
tel. 

Wood, William H. (Lucy R.) farmer O 

64a 2h 7c R2 Vestal Ves 17 Ind tel. 
Wood, W. W. (Belle) 1 ch farmer O 66a 

Ih Ic Vestal Ves 50. 
WooDARD, Clyde S. (Emily A.) general 

merchandise O R3 Binghamton Col 7 

B tel. 
Woodard, Geo. W. (Harriett) 5 ch ret 

O 13a Ih Ic R3 Binghamton Col 7 

B tel. 
Woodford, Harvey E. (Elgie M.) 5 ch 

dairy farming O 100a 2h 12c Deposit 

Snfd 50 Ind tel. 
Woodford, Henry (Margaret) dairy 

farmer O 165a 2h 20c Gulf Summit 

Snfd 20. 
Woodin, George W. (Iva) farmer O 49a 

Ih R3 Newark Valley Mai 4 B tel. 
Woodruff, C. H. (Anna) carpenter O 

H&L Vestal Center Ves 67. 
Woodruff, John V. (Ida E.) ret O 

214a Ih R3 Binghamton Col 7. 
Woodruff, Mrs. Luraney O H&L Whit- 
ney Point Tri 4 Ind tel. 
Woodruff, William L. mason O 35a 

Windsor Win 83%. 



168 



RURAL DIRECTORY 



Woods, Henry (Hattie) farmer O 125a 

2h R4 Biiighamtou Chen 42. 
Woods, James (Ella) 1 ch wks in I T R 

O H&L R2 Vestal Ves 20 Ind tel. 
WooDsiDE, John (Hattie) farmer 60a 

2h Ic Rl Conklin Conk 36 B tel. 
Woodward, Clark T. (Belle) .3 ch farmer 

O 100a 3h 17c R3 Newark Valley Mai 

5- B tel. 
WooDWAKD, H. E. Port Dickinson. 
Woodward, James K. (Sara A.) farmer 

O 77a 3h 7c R2 Harpursville Col 4. 
Woodward, Wayne (Mary) farmer O 

40a 4h 20c Union Center Un 14 B tel. 
Woolbaugh, Frank (Ella) 1 ch employe 

ofDL&WRRO H&L Conklin 

Conk 39. 
Woolsey, Charlie E. (Alida) farmer O 

104a 3h lie R2 Harpursville Col 71. 
Wooster, Chas. M. 1 ch farmer O 207a 

2h 22c Castle Creek Bar 24 B tel. 
Wooster, H. L. (Jessie) 1 ch farmer T 

Whitney Point Bar 15. 
Wooster, James K. (Adelaide) farmer 

210a 3h 23c Whitney Point Bar 11 

B tel. 
Wooster, M. (Roxanna) farmer O 135a 

3h 14c Whitney Point Bar 15. 
Wooster, Nellie T Whitney Point Bar 15. 
Woovem, Mary S. church work T Oua- 

quaga Col 84. 
Worden, C. C. 2 ch farmer bds with 

Leroy Vining Susquehanna Pa Win 94. 
Worden, C. E. (Eva) 1 ch O 70a 2h 12c 

R2 Susquehanna Pa Win 99 Ind tel. 
Worden. W. H. (Cynthia) 1 ch farmer 

T 6h 80c R.2 Susquehanna Pa Win 99 

Ind tel. 
Wormmoth, Agnes housekeeper for Wil- 
liam Harrison Rl Whitney Point Tri 

31. 
Worrick, Alonzo (Margaret) farmer O 

93a 2h 17c Rl Choconut Pa Ves 33. 
Worrick, Charles (DeEtte) 3 ch farmer 

O 43a Ih 3e Rl Vestal Ves 63 Ind tel. 
Worrick, Daniel E. (Pearl) 5 ch farmer 

O 72a 3h 33c Rl Choconut Pa Ves 33 

Ind tel. 
Worrick, Floyd (Susie) laborer O 11a 

Ih R2 Vestal Ves 35. 
Worrick, John (May) 4 ch labored O 

31a Ih 3c Rl Vestal Ves 61. 
Worrick, Reuben clerk bds witli Jesse 

S. Crane Vestal Ves 23 B tel. 
Woughter, Cora Vestal Ves 22 B tel. 
Woughter, H. F. (Lena) 1 eh farmer O 

75a 3h 12c Center Village Col 99. 
Wright, Adeline bds with G. A. Niles R2 

Vestal Ves 21 Ind tel. 
Wright, Benjamin (Jennie) farmer O 

150a Chenango Forks Bar 29. 



Wright, C. S. farmer O 130a 2h 18c R2 

Windsor Win 36 Ind tel. 
Wright, D. D. farmer T Rl Tunnel Fen 

43. 
Wright, Earl S. clerk T Ouaquaga Col 

84. 
Wright, Erwin P. (Margaret) 1 ch 

farmer 13% a 2h 10c Rl Union Un 17. 
Wright, Frank H. (Satie) 1 ch employe 

at E. Johnson shoe co O H&L R5 

Binghamton Dick 1. 
Wright, George H. (Grace M.) sale 

stable T 2h 10c R2 Union Mai 20. 
Wright, Girard (Laura) farmer T Ih 5c 

Ouaquaga Col 86. 
Wright, Harry farmer T R3 Bingham- 
ton Fen 15. 
Wright, Harry farmer T 2h Rl Port 

Crane Fen 37. 
Wright, Kenneth student bds with Ste- 
phen Eldred R2 Binghamton Bin 5. 
Wright, Mrs. Lenora farming O 80a 3h 

8c R2 Harpursville Col 75. 
Wright, Lewis (Dephley) 1 ch farmer 

O 50a 3h 8c Rl Port Crane Fen 37. 
Wright, Lyman (Mabel) farmer O 

160a 4h 25c R2 Windsor Win 82 Ind 

tel. 
Wright, Orry (Lena) farmer T 3h 8c 

R2 Harpursville Col 75. 
Wright, Robert W. (Charlotte) 2 ch 

manager of Corbett Farms T Conklin 

Conk 39 B tel. 
Wright, Samuel A. (Margaret) 2 ch gen 

mdse O la 2h Ouaquaga Col 84 B tel. 
Wright, Sarah bds with Lyman R2 Wind- 
sor Win 82. 
Wright, Mrs. Sarah J. farming O 60a 

2h 3e R4 Binghamton Chen 44. 
Wright, Thomas (Sarah) farmer O 235a 

6h 40c R2 Union Un 10 B tel. 
Wright, Wm. W. (Mabel O.) 5 ch 

farmer O 167a 2h 20c R2 Windsor 

Snfd 17. 
Wrighter, Henry D. (Nancy C.) ret T 

Rl Conklin Bin 39. 
Wylie, W. W. painting O H&L Oua- 
quaga Col 84. 
Wyse, C. M. (Celia) 3 ch minister T 

Nineveh Col 90. 
Yager, Oliver (Elva E.) dealer in stock 

& farmer O 87a Ih Ic R2 Harpursville 

Col 71. 
Yanrooski, Paul (Helen) 7 ch farmer 

O 75a 2h 14c Glen Aubrey Bar 7. 
Yaples, F. A. (May) 1 ch farming O 

28a Ic R4 Binghamton Chen 44. 
Yarnes, Mrs. Alice L. farming O 70a 

4h 4e Maine Mai 28. 



169 



BROOME COUNTY 



Yarnes, Orland (Myrtle) 4 ch farmer 

O 240a 3h 30e Rl Whitney Point Tri 

38 Ind tcl. 
Yarns, Marion (Rosie) 4 ch laborer T 

Chenango Forks Bar 54. 
Yates, A. L. farmer & stock dealer O 

100a 4h 50e Whitney Point Tri 5 Ind 

tel. 
Yates, Gid (Flora) mechanic O H&L 

Lisle Lis 43 Ind tel. 
Yates, G. M. (Martha) farming O 35a 

2h 6c Willow Point Ves 53. 
Yates, Samuel farmer O 30a 7h 5c R2 

Union Un 10 B tel. 
Yates, Sarah farmer O 4Sa Ih R2 Union 

Un 12. 
York, Vern E. (Belle) 1 ch farmer R2 

Vestal Ves 19 Ind tel. 
Youmans, Edward (Flora A.) farmer O 

75a 2h 17e Rl Nineveh Col 115. 
Youmans, Julius (Lessa E.) 3 ch farmer 

T Port Crane Fen 12. 
Youngs A. P. ret bds with William Wat- 
son Vestal Ves 23 Ind tel. 
Young, Ed. (Lida) 4 ch farmer O 94a 

3h lie Rl Lisle Nan 9 Ind tel. 
Young, Frank (Virgie) 5 ch farmer O 

82a 2h 14c Itaska Bar 12. 
Young, Geo. M. (Mary) farmer O 89a 

2h 10c Castle Creek Chen 26. 
Young, George T. (Achsa) 1 ch farmer 

O la Rl Great Bend Pa Win 19 Ind 

tel. 
Young, Hannah M.- (stepdau J. Frank 

Clugstone) student R2 Binghamton 

Bin 23. 
Young, Jesse H. (Effie) gardener O H&L 

Port Crane Fen 8'. 
Young, Phebe J. T Port Crane Fen 8. 
Young, Warrin E. (Elizabeth) milk 

route T 2h 5c R2 Johnson City Un 

451/2 B tel. 
Youngs, Andrew J. (Norah) 1 ch black- 
smith & farmer O 47a 2h R3 Bingham- 
ton Kir 54. 
Youngs, C. F. (Alice) 2 ch farmer O 

59a 2h 8c Rl Great Bend Pa Win 48. 



Youngs, David A. CKate A.) ret O 

2H&L Ih Port Crane Fen 8. 
Youngs, Earl (son C. F.) farmer Rl 

Great Bend Pa Win 48. 
Youngs, Ed. Rl Lisle. 
Youngs, Mrs. E. B. Rl Lisle. 
Youngs, Geo. (Julia- A.) farmer O 40a 

4h lie Rl Port Crane Fen 19. 
Youngs, James E. CEmma L.) ret O 

H&L Ih Port Crane Fen 19. 
Youngs, Jesse (Cora) 2 ch farmer O 

100a 2h 12c R2 Harpursville Col 93 

Ind tel. 
Youngs, Jesse D. (Jessie M.) 1 ch gro- 

cerman O H&L 2h Port Crane Fen 8 

B tel. 
Youngs, John (Kate) laborer O 2a 

Whitney Point Lis 51. 
Youngs, Mirnell (Ethel) laborer T Port 

Crane Fen 8. 
Youngs, Stacy (Ellen) 1 ch farmer 60a 

2h R2 Union Mai 13 B tel. 
Youngs, William (Allie) 3 ch farmer O 

75a 4h 15c R2 Union Mai 13 B tel. 
Yuokat, Fred (Anna) 5 ch farmer O 

20a 2h 7c Rl Binghamton Bin 45. 
Zabadal, Paul (Stella) 1 ch shoemaker 

O 4a Ih Ic R2 Binghamton Bin 3. 
Zeggekt, Paul (Katie) 2 ch farmer O 

40a Ih 5c R2 Harpursville Col 86. 
Zeidner, Herman (Bertha) 2 ch farm 

hand T Deposit Snfd 47 B tel. 
Zennick, Lewie laborer T Port Crane 

Fen 12. 
Zhe, William (Flora) 3 ch farmer 

65a 2h 6c R3 Newark Valley Mai 4 

B tel. 
Zimmer, Floyd (Agnes) 4 ch farmer T 

3h 36c R3 Binghamton Fen 13. 
Zimmer, Jacob P. (Lula) 3 ch farmer 

O 100a 5h 14c Maine Mai 35 B tel. 
Zimmer, Ordine D. (Millie) 3 ch farmer 

T 6h 33c Hooper Un 32 B tel. 
Zimmer, Seward (Jennie) 4 ch painter 

T R4 Binghamton Chen 16. 
Zurble, Clarance (Edie) 3 ch laborer O 

H&L Killawog Lis 37. 




Securing Orders for the Broome County Directory. 
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Night Letter — Night Letter 



MR. FARMER: 

Broome County, N. Y. 

This Ad. is costing us a tidy sum of money. 
Will it pay.^ Yes. How.? By a little get-to- 
gether spirit. Where do we come in.^* Right 
here, with the finest line of 

Palmers High Grade Agriculture Limes and 
Building Material 

in Broome County. At the Old Dry Bridge. 



ATLAS COAL & SUPPLY CO. 

H. H. Woodburn, Mgr. 

315-317 Court St. Binghamton, N. Y. 

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Empire Grain & Elevator Co. 

BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 
WHOLESALE 

FLOUR, FEED 

AND 



GRAIN 



We Handle the Best Grades 

DAIRY FEED 

HORSE FEED 
POULTRY FEED 



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TO THE DAIRYMAN 

WE RECOMMEND 

Neverfail Dairy Feed — A Balanced Ration 

Clinton Gluten Continental Gluten 

E-Gee Stock Feed E-Gee Molasses Dairy Feed 

TO THE POULTRYMAN 

WE RECOMMEND 

E-Gee Scratch Feed, Neverfail Egg Producer 

E-Gee Poultry Mash, Blatchford's Egg Mash 

Armour's 60 per cent. Meat Meal 

TO THE HORSEMAN 

WE RECOMMEND 

E-Gee Alfalfa Horse Feed 
E-Gee Stock Feed Pearl Hominy 

TO THE FAMILY 

Occident Special Patent Flour 
Empire Fancy Patent Flour 
Bingo Choice Family Flour 
Charm Kansas Short Patent Flour 
Parlor City Pastry Flour 



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We carry a full line of 

Paints and Oils 
Stoves and Ranges 
Groceries and Provisions 
Hardw^are and Tinware 
Automobile Supplies 
Single and Double Harness 

Our prices are right and we guarantee s'atisf action. 

H. W. Manwarren 

Windsor, N. Y. 

F. H. Matthews C. D. Matthews 

I. S. MATTHEWS' SONS 

AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS 

Carriages, Wagons, Horse Goods, Field and 
Garden Seeds 

Robes, Blankets, Sheets and Dusters, Fine 

Harness, Seeders and Drills, Fertilizers 

Haying Tools, Etc. 

132-134 State Street 25-27 Commercial Avenue 

BINGHAMTON NEW YORK 

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BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



ADDIN"G MACHINES. 

BiNGHAMTON — Burroughs Addiug Maeh. 
Co. 

ADVERTISING AGENCIES. 

BiNGHAMTON — Hamtou Adv. Agency 
Jones, Wylie B. 
Kilmer, Willis Sharps 

AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. 

BiNGHAMTON — American Fork & Hoe Co. 

BABCOCK, HINDS & UNDER- 
WOOD, 174 Washington St. See 
adv. 

DAVIS', A. li., SON, 49 Washington 
St. See adv. 

McKINNEY & CO., 184-188 State St. 
See adv. 

MATTHEWS, I. S., SONS, 1.32-134 
State St. See adv. 

Wood, Walter 



CONKLIN — Edminster, E. C. 

Deposit — MINOR, A. P., & SON, 132 

Front St. See adv. 
Maine— PITCHER, ARCHIE R. See 

adv. 

OwEGO— DAILEY BROS., 136 Front St. 

See adv. 
Tunnel— Hurt, A. G., Agt. 
Union — Surdam, P. S., Est. 

Surdam, W. M. 
Union Center — Edson, W. L. 

ANCHOR MANUFACTURERS. 

BiNGHAMTON— Bowers, T. M., & Co. 

APIARISTS. 
Maine— WHITTEMORE, A. E., E2. 

See adv. 
Union— ALLEN, JOHN H., E2. See 

adv. 



THE COUNTRY RESIDENT 

No less than the city dweller, finds at "BABCOCK'S" a splendid variety of dependable goods 
needed in and around the Farm and Home 

Geneva Light Farm Implements Paints and Varnishes 

Washing Machines, Hand and Power Roofing, Steel and Paper 

Carpenters', Blacksmiths' and Mechanics' Tools 
Guns, Rifles, Ammunition Everything in Kitchen Ware 

Careful Attention to IVIall Orders 

BABCOCK, HINDS & UNDERWOOD 

174 Washington St. HARDWARE 125 State St. 

BINGHAIVIXON, IM. Y. 




BARRON AND MONMOUTH 
WHITE LEGHORNS 

(Winter-laying strain) 

Utility Stock. Baby Chicks at 15c 

Eggs per setting $1.50 and up. Stock in 
Golden Italian Bees. 



season. 



JOHN H. ALLEN 

R. D, 2 Box 49-A UNION, N. Y. 



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ARCHITECTS. 

BiNGHAMTON — Bart 00, E. II. 
Carlton, C. M. 
Dickerman, E. W. 
Gardner, H. S. 
Laeey, S. O. & J. K. 
Lacey, T. I., & Son 
Mather & Carlton 
Merrill, Eugene P. 
Tiffany & Conrad 
Tupper, Edmund G. 
Vosbury, C. Edw. 
Whitloek, Walter H. 



ART GLASS MANUFACTURERS. 

BiNGHAMTON — Diener, 
Rowland, Chas. P. 



Herbert A. 



ART NEEDLEWORK. 

BiNGHAMTON — Delavan, John B. 
Fowler, Dick & Walker 
Gaylord, Alfa 

HILLS, McLEAN & HASKINS. See 
adv. 

ASBESTOS PRODUCTS. 

BiNGHAMTON — Binghamton Slag Roofing 
Co. 
Prescott Supply Co. 



ASH RECEIVER 
MANUFACTURERS. 

BiNGHAMTON — Sharp Rotary Ash Re- 
ceiver Co. 

ATTORNEYS. 

BiNGHAMTON — Anderson, Floyd 
Anderson, F. E. 
Babcock, Augustus 
Barry, David J. 
Baker, Benj., Jr. 
Barnes, Albt. S. 
BARNES & McHENRY, 708 Press 

Bldg. See adv. 
Beach, H. L. 
Bieber, R. P. 
Brink, Chas. P. 
Buckley, John T. 
Burnett, C. H. ' 
Carver, Eldon R. 
Clark, E. Day 
Clark, Lewis S. 
Clark, Roger P. 
Couper, Walter T. 
Croft, Frank D. 
Crowe, Geo. G. H. 
Curran, B. S. 
Curtiss, Keenan & Tuthill 



Albert S. Barnes Roy C. McHenry 

BARNES & McHENRY 

Attorneys and Counsellors at Law 

Phone 1294 
708 Press Building : Binghamton, N. Y. 



THE GEORGIANA 

GEO. M. GLAZIER, JR. 

EUR OPEAN PLAN 

Replete with Every Modern Convenience — Near to Everything 
Facing Court House Square. Lewis Garage Connected 

A La Carte Service 6 A. M. to Midnight. Every Room with Running Water and 
Telephone. Rates $1.00 Upwards. Rooms with Private Bath or Shower $1.50 Upwards 

BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 

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ATTORNEYS— Continued. 

BiNGHAMTON — De Witt, Jerome 
Deyo, I. T. 
Edmiuster, W. D. 
Eiseuhart, Geo. W. 
Ellsworth, W. W. 
Emmons, Louis E. 
Farldv, Wni. W. 
Gilbert, E. Newell 
Goldsmith, Harry 
Goldstein, Moe 
Green, Louis Z. 
Greene, Jas. L. 
Harrison, Neil G. 
Harrison & Clark 
Hart, Harold L. 
Havs, F. M. 
HENNESSEY, H. J., 97 Collier St. 

See adv. 
Hinnian, Dana B. 
Hinman, Harvey D. 
Hinman, Howard & Kattell 
Hitchcock, C. H. 
Howard, A. 
Irving, Jolm J. 
Jenkins, Devo & Hitchcock 
Kattell, Thos. B. 
Keegan, Gertrude R. 
Keenan, Thos. J. 
Kneeland, H. J. 



Leary, Francis V. 

Le Pine, Geo. M. 

Lewis, Wni. L. 

Loomis, C. W. 

Loughlin, J. P. 

Lyons, Urbane C. 

Lyon & Painter 

McHenry, Roy C. 

McLEAN & BURNETT. Peoples 

Trust Co. BIdg. See adv. 
McManus, Petei" J. 
McManus & Buckley 
JVLANGAN, JOHN H., 204-205 Phelps 

Bldg. See adv. 
Mangan, Joseph P. 
Mangan & Mangan 
MARCY, JOHN, JR., 710-12 Security 

Bldg. See adv. 
Meagher, F. J. 
Meeker, R. W. 
MERCHANT, WAITE & WAITE, 

1101-3 Kilmer Bldg. See adv. 
Milks, Harley 
Mintz, Hiram 
Mosher, Burr W. 
Multer, V. H. 

Newell, Rhodes & Swartwood 
Nichols, James K. 
Nichols & Lewis 
Olmstead & Ashlev 



SHOES 



FOR MEN, 
WOMEN & 
CHILDREN 



MEN'S FURNISHINGS 



SCHOOL SUPPLIES 



T. R. M ALLERY, Main St., Windsor, N. Y. 



LAW OFFICES OF 

GEORGE L. O'NEIL 

Phelps Building Binghamton, N. Y. 

REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE OFFICES 

F. A. O'NEIL & CO. 

Farms and City Property Insurance of all kinds 

PHELPS BUILDING, BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 



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ATTORNEYS— Continued. 
BiNGHAMTON— O'NEIL, GEO. L., Phelps 

Bldii'. See adv. 
O'Neil, Josepli S. 
Page, Elmore G. 
Page, M. E. 
Page & Hays 
Parsons, Eobt. S. 
PERKINS & BLAKESLEE, 618 

Security Mut. Bldg. See adv. 
Phelps, John C. 
Eace, L. E. 
Eichards, E. B. 
Eiley, Wm. H. 
Roberts, James IT. 
Eogers, James T. 
RONAN, EDWARD F., Pcoides Trust 

Co. Bldg. See adv. 
Euland, Arthur J. 
Schermerhorn, F. T. 
Sears, Jno. G. 
. SEYMOUR, LEWIS, 70(5 Security 

Bldg. See adv. 
Smith, Ealph D. 
Smith, S. Mack 
Stewart, Chas. E. 
Tillapaugh, Herbert 
Titus, Eex W. 
Tupper, Chas. F. 
Tuthill, T. E. 
Twining, L. M.^ 



Waldron, Frank E. 

Wales, B. Eoger 

WALES & MEAGHER, 306 Phelps 
Bldg. See adv. 

Walker, H. C. 

Walters, H. D. 

Welsh, W. J. & F. W. 

WELSH & COUPER, 303 Phelps 
Bldg. See adv. 

Wickham, Eobt. S. 

Wilber, C. A. 

Wilber & Yetter 

Williams, Freemont F. 

Wooster, Frank L. 

Yeomans, Chas. W. 

Yetter, Harry A. 
Deposit — Cumming, E. D. 

iScott, C. E. 
Endicott — Baxter, L. H. 
Johnson City— BROWN, JOHN A., 
122 Main St. See adv. 

Johnson, O. E. 

RATH, RICHARD F., Post Office 
Bldg. See adv. 

Wheeler, William 
Union — Humphrey, A. Eay 

MacClary, T. A. 
Whitney Point — Jenks, E. B. 
Windsor— WILLIAMS, H. S., Windsor 
Nat'l Bk. Bldg. See adv. 



c. 


G. STEVENS 


AUTOMOBILE 


REPAIRING 


GASOLINE, 


MOTOR OIL, 


TIRES and SUPPLIES 




OCCANU M 


, N. Y. 


P. O. WINDSOR R. 1 


D. 2 





TREAT YOURSELF TO A 



"CLUB HOUSE" 5c. CIGAR 

"GUARANTEED HAND-MADE" 

J. E. RUSSELL 



DEPOSIT 



NEW YORK 



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AUCTIONEERS. 

BiNGHAMTON — Carver, James H., Co. 

AUTOS AND AUTO SUPPLIES. 
BiNGHAMTON — BENEDICT, J. N., CO., 

44 Collier .St. See adv. 
Binghamton Auto Supply Co. 
Binghamton Auto Lamp & Eadiator 

Works 
Binghamton Machine & Forging Co. 
BINGHAMTON MOTOR CAR CO., 

195-199 Water St. See adv. 
BLACKSTONE MOTOR CO., 227-229 

Water St. See adv. 
Botnick, S. W. 
Bump, E. J. 

Davidge Motor Car Co. 
Davidge-Worden Co. 
Gordon, Harry A. 
Heath, C. L. & C. R. 
June Auto Co. 
Ketchum, George M. 
Kingsley, L. J., Co. 
Larrabee-Deyo Motor Truck Co. 
Lewis, S. H. 
Lowell & Hammond 
MILLARD, R. B., 249 Water St. See 

adv. 
MOFFITT'S, B. O., SONS, 30 Collier 

St. See adv. 



NEW YORK SALES CO., THE, ?,4 

State St & 31 Collier St. See adv. 
Deposit — Oquaga Garage Co. 
Overland Binghamton Co. 
S. & O. Motor Car Co. 
Snow, N. H. 

Spawn-Phillijis Motor Co. 
SPROUT, F. F., 191 Water St. See 

a<lv. 
SWEET, W. D., Wall & Henry Sts. 

See adv. 
UNIVERSAL MOTOR CO., 184-186 

Court St. See adv. 
Van Antwerp & Rose 
Westbrook, Geo. 
Whipple, R. W. 
Worden, C!has. H. 
WOOD, FRANK, 1(36 Front St. See 

adv. 
Endicott — Keys, S. G. 
JOHN.SON City— WAKEMAN, CHAS. 

H., 46 Broad St. See adv. 
Windsor — Baker, J. H. 

MANWARREN, H. W. See adv. 
STEVENS, CHAS. G., R2. See adv. 

AUTO LIVERY. 

Binghamton— BINGHAMTON TAXI- 
CAB CO., 184 State St. See adv. 



Blackstone Motor Co,, Inc. 

Maxwell Distributors 

H. C. HUBERS, Manager 

227-229 Water St. BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 



A. R. PITCHER 

DEALER IN 

FARM IMPLEMENTS, FLOUR, FEED, 

GRAIN AND GRASS SEED 

Maine, New York 



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AUTO LIVERY— Continued. 

BiNGHAMTON — Day & Night Mesngr 
Taxicab Co. 

Kniekerboeker Taxicabs 

Pamialee, Geo. W. 

Shaw, Geo. F. 

West Side Taxicab Co. 
Maine— MOULTON, FRED L. See 

adv. 
Windsor — ECONOMY AUTO CO., 
Main St. See adv. 

SWEETS TRUCK SERVICE. See 
adv. 

AUTO REPAIRING. 
BiNGHAMTON — Batrowney, K. C. 

Bixby, E. L. 

Bogart, Eugene D. 

Campbell, Frank C. 

Central Machine Shop 

Crandall & Pratt 

Doolittle, J. W. 

Hogeboom, Leroy 

Mangurian, Robt G. 

Mercereau, L. C. 

North Side Auto Shoe Shop 

Parsons & Hendrickson 

Pratt, Louis 

Springstein, Luther 

Taber, Geo. H. 



Wells, Geo. P. 
Wilbur, F. H., & Son 
York Gasoline Engine Co. 
Deposit — Schermerhorn & Hoag 
Harpursvilli^-KEACH, S. W. See 

adv. 
Johnson City — Livingston, B. W., & 
Sons 

AWNINGS. 

BiNGHAMTON Atwood, C. E. 

Eureka Tent & Awning Co. 
Flynn Bros. 

BAKED GOODS. 

Chenango Bridge — HORTON, C. G. 
See adv. 

CONKLIN— HAYES, R. M., & SON. See 
adv. 

Corbettsville — STONE, G. B. See 
adv. 

Deposit— CRISMAN, C. H. See adv. 
HAYNES, C. D. See adv. 

Hooper— TWINING, F. B. See adv. 

McClure Settlement — HUNTING- 
TON, H. E. See adv. 



BUICK—HUDSON 

Known the Country Over as Cars of Quality — You Take No Chances with Standard Goods 

The New York Sales Co. 

34 State— BINGHAMTON, N. Y.— 31 Collier 



CALL 



THE NUMBER IS 



^ TAX I -63 1 

BINGHAMTON TAXICAB CO., Inc. 



184 STATE ST., 



BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 



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BAKED GOODS— Continued. 
Maine— DYER, W. E. See adv. 

TYMESON BROS. See adv. 
Port Crane— YOUNG, J. D. See adv. 
San FORD— WHITNEY, W. J. See adv. 
Sanitaria Springs — JENKINS, A., & 

CO. See adv. 
West Colesville — WOODARD, GEO., 

& Soh. See adv. 
Whitney Point— DENNING, WM. See 
adv. 
KING, HIRAM See adv. 
SULLIVAN, H. M. See adv. 
SULLIVAN, J. F. See adv. 
Windsor— BENNETT, L. P. See adv 
LIVINGSTON, M. J. See adv. 
MANWARREN, H. W. See adv. 

BAKERIES. 

BiNGHAMTON — Audrus, Edw. Y. 
Bennett, F. C. & Son 
Bollman, C. Hayes 
Callahan, Eichard J. 
Cavalucei, Sisto 
Cohn, Benj. 
De Eienzo, Gaetano 
Hall, Geo. E., Co. 
Henderson, Claud H. 
Hill) N. E. 



Hodge, L. H. 

Hodge, S. A., Jr. 

Holdieh & Bollman 

Lippacher, G. W. 

Matson & Henderson 

Molieki Bros. 

Moore, Geo. H. 

National Biscuit Co. 

Okoniewski, John 

Perry, E., Bakery 

Perry, Chas. H. 

Puritv Shop 

RUSSELL-SPAULDING CO. See 
adv. 

Schappe, L. A. 

Schrap])e, Leopold A. 

Schwab, Lewis 

Smith, Max 

Stepon, Harry 

Thayer, Glenn D. 

Triangle Baking Co. 

Ulmer, Chas. 

Whited, Arthur L. 

Yankovic, John 
Deposit — Van Steenburg, Chas. T. 
Endicott — Battaglini, Joe 

Doster, Wm. J. 

Farignoli, Joseph 

Perl, Samuel 

Smith, W. A. 



John N. Benedict 



Charles J. Parker 



J. N. BENEDICT CO. 

CADILLAC AND REO AUTOMOBILES 
44 COLLIER ST. BINGHAMTON, N. V. 



ROBERT M. HAYES 



SEYMOUR R. HAYES 



R. M. HAYES & SON 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN , 

Dry Goods, Groceries, D. L. & W. Coal, Feed and Grain, 
Farm Products, Agricultural Implements, Lime, Cement, 
J. H. C. Kerosine & Gasoline Engines, Automobiles, Etc. 

CONKLIN, NEW YORK 

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BAKERIES — Continued, 
Johnson City — Ihineock, H. D. 

Jones, E. A. 

Lloyd, J. D. 
Union — Lainhart, Geo. 
Whitney Point — King, Hiram 

BANKERS AND BROKERS. 

Binghamton — Boufoey, H. R. 

Brandt, Frederick W. 

Brooks & Co. 

Chittenden, Walter L. 

Cook & Co. 

Gallo, Nicola 

Harris, Forbes & Co. 

Hotaling, G. F., Co. 

Hudson, C. I., & Co. 

Nelson, B. H.; & Son 

Newman, A. W. 

Pratt Harris Co. 

Provident Life & Trust Co. 

Reynolds, C. E. 

Stacks Loan & Investment Co. 

Weed, F. M. 
Lisle — French, Harry 



BANKS. 

Binghamton — BINGHAMTON SAV- 
INGS BANK, THE. See adv. 
CHENANGO VALLEY SAV, BANK. 

See adv. 
CITIZENS BANK, 33 Chenango St. 

See adv. 
Citv National Bank 
FIRST NATIONAL BANK. See 

adv. 
Peoples Trust Co. 
Deposit — FARMERS NATIONAL 

BANK. See adv. 
Johnson City — WORKERS TRUST 

COMPANY. See adv. 
Lisle — First National Bank 
Union— FARMERS NATIONAL BK., 

THE. See adv. 
Whitney Point — First National Bank 
Windsor — WINDSOR NAT'L BANK, 
THE. See adv. 

BARBERS. 

Binghamton — Adams, Geo. F. 
Alexander, Wm. W. 
Archer, Alfred 
Atwater, Louis 



A. A. BUELL 

Hair Cutting and Shaving Parlors 

Main St., Next Door to Postoffice 
WINDSOR, N. Y. 



The Binghamton Savings Bank 



Assets, $8,000,000 

Court House Square West 
Binghamton, 



N. Y. 



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BARBERS — Continued. 
BiNGHAMTON — Barbasso, Jas. 
Brown, Chas. H. 
Burdiek, Isaac L. 
Burke, Thos. J. 
Campbell & Gurnsey 
Campo, Tony 
Casey, Wm. A. 
Central Barber Shop 
Clark, Fred L. 
Darling, Earl D. 
Dart, Myron L. 
Depersis, Jos. 
De Eitis, Nicholas 
De Witt, Frank A. 
Dominico, Antonio 
Drum, W. S. 
Durfee, Layhe & Merritt 
Duttweiler, Danl. M. 
Dwver, Jno. A. 
Elko, Geo. 
Ferranti, Geo. G. 
Finan, Chas. L. 
Fleming, Chas. 
Frost, Myron L. 
Garrison, Eay 
Gialanella, Sam'] 
Gibbons, Frank J. 
Grauley, Sam '1 T. 
Hickey, Jno. M. 



Infantine, Jos. 
Klee & Kae])pe] 
Kent, Edw. B. 
Klee, Philip 
Klee, Peter J. 
Kozlooskj', Frank 
Krause, Albert 
Kusner, Jno. 
Lang, Ambrose 
La Torrey, Anthony 
Lorenzo, Nicola 
MacDowell, Clarence 
Miller, Isadore M. 
Mosher, Edw. E. 
O'Keefe, Jeremiah 
O'Mearo, Jas. J. 
Phillips, Harry L. 
Prikopa, Jno. 
Eezzut, Jas. 
Eiley, Jno. F. 
Eoso. Eli E. 
Schilling & Neunecker 
Schott, Harry J. 
Sherman, E. F., Co. 
Sherman & Young 
Shipman, W. L. 
Skrzypek, Jos. 
Smith, Harry 
Smith, Leland 
Speary, Chas. D. 



GRILL IN CONNECTION 



RATES, $2.00-$2.50 



WINDSOR HOTEL 

JOHN W. JAY, Proprietor 

BINGHAMTON, NEW YORK 



Opposite Armory Theatre 



Two Minutes from Stone Opera 
House and all Railroads 



H. S. WILLIAMS 

Attorney-at-Law and Surveyor 

Windsor Nat'l. Bank Bldg. WINDSOR, N. Y. 

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BARBERS — Continued. 
BiNGHAMTON — Tennant, Schmidt & 
Morris 
Thorp, Harry S. 
Tilden, Henry A. 
Topler, Thos. 
Tusky, Edwin 
Van Deburg, Henry H. 
Weller, Wm. 
Winkler, Jno. A. 
Chenango Forks — Thomas, John 
Windsor — BUELL, A. A., Main St. 
See adv. 
CENTRAL BARBER SHOP, Main 
St. See adv. 

BATHS. 

BiNGHAMTON — DIBBLE, BERT J., 116- 
118 Chenango St. See adv. 
Debbie Ideal Sulphur Bath Co. 
Faulkner, Wm. H. 

BEDDING. 

BiNGHAMTON — Bing. Mattress Factory 
Ives & Heath 
Heath, W. S. 
Hullman, I. J. 
Ives, L. D. 



BELT MANUFACTURER. 

Lisle — Yates, G. D. 

BICYCLES AND MOTORCYCLES. 

BiNGHAMTON — Abbott, Frank T. 

Ayers, Elmer E. 

Beach, Fred E. 

Braico, J. P. 

Bump, Frank S., Co. 

Carver, Geo. S. 

Day, Egbert O. 

Eisenhart, Jno. A. 

JEWELL, BURTON E., 140 State St. 
See adv. 

Merrill, Walter A. 

Turner, Mrs. F. W. 

Wolfe, Wm. H. 
Deposit — Wood, Frank 
Johnson City — Demming, O. E. 

BILLIARDS AND POOL. 

BiNGHAMTON — Bostic, Eaymoud L. 
Brandeburg, Jno. 
Gantley & O'Brien 
Gardner, Elwood L. 
Geer, Eobt. J. 
Gorman, Jno. P. 
Gorman, Simon P. 



THE DIBBLE Bath-o-torium 

116-118 CHENANGO ST. BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 

(Next to Carlton Hotel) 

EVERYTHING NEW EVERYTHING SANITARY 

Turkish and Russian Baths, Medicated Vapor Baths, Sulphur 
Steam Baths, Tub and Shower Baths, Massage Treatments, 
Beauty Parlors, Face and Scalp Treatment, Manicure and Chi- 
ropody — Graduate Attendants. 

Special Attention for Rheumatism and Kindred Diseases for Ladies and Gentlemen 

Bf FVIDDI 17 D— PRIVATE ROOMS AND DORMITORY 

. J. Lllt30JLll, rrOp. Phone 3722-M 



MOTORCYCLE SUPPLIES 



BICYCLE SUPPLIES 



B. E. JEWELL 

Firestone Tires and Accessories 
Indian and Excelsior IVIotorcycles 

Smith Motor Wheels. 
National, Pope, Indian, Excelsior and Jewell Special Bicycles 

140 State St., BInghamton, N. Y. 

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BILLIARDS AND POOL — Continued. 

BiNGHAMTON — Halikias, Sani'l 

International Pool & Billiard Parlors 

Linehan, P. Jos. 

McKinney, Timothy E. 

Mandas, Jno. 

Maxian, Jos. 

Monorky, Andrew N. 

Nelson '& Thurber 

Smith & Furman 

Strail & Hubbard 

Tozer, Fred S. 

Valada, Anthony 

Vasilatos, Harry 

Yannuzzi, Dominic 

BLACKSMITHS. 

BiNGHAMTOx — Bell, Wm. C. 
Brown, Robt. 
Clark, Patk 
Emminger, Wm. 
Goundrey, G. W. 
Hempstead & Morgan 
Loeffler, Anton J. 
Monroe & Fox 
Miller, Julius C. 
Miller, Jno. K. 
O'Connell & Son 
Risley, Jas. M. 



Eussell, Robt. H. 

Smith, Patk 

Van Patten, Cornelius 

Welch, Jno. 

Willets, Wm. H. 
Center Lisle — Howland, Walton 

Ostrander, Chas. F. 

Waterman, J. H. 
Center Village — Robinson, 6. W. 
Chenango Forks — Clark, Fred 

Holland, Earl 
CONKLIN — Van Loan, J. L. 
Deposit — Hathaway, C. W. 

Miles, Levi 

Sampson & Hotaling . 
, Sperber, H. P. 

Werner, Jules 
Endicott — Hart, Eay E. 
Harpursville — Lindslej^, A. E. 

Robinson, Henry 
^Johnson City — Farrell, J. W. 
Kirkwood — Abbott, Floyd L. 
Maine— Bean, Frank D. 

Page, George 
Oquaga Station — Hall, Chas., Jr. 
Port Dickinson — English, S. S. 
Sanford — Freeman, Enos J. 



JOHN A. BROWN 

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW 

REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE 
122 Main Street, Johnson City, N. Y. 



Phone 4-Y 13 Maine 



134-M Endicott 



Fred. L. Moulton 

AUTOMOBILE HAULING OF ALL KINDS 



ALSO 



Stage Line from Maine to Binghamton 
Bus Line from Maine to Endicott 

Leave Maine Daily 6 A. M.. Returning, Leave Endicott 5.10 P. M, 



MAINE 



NEW YORK 



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BLACKSMITHS— Continued. 
Sanitaria Springs — Baker, Jay B., 
Triangle — Strickland, Lyman P. 

Union — Chase & Densniore 
Griffith, T. F. 
Lyon, Smith 

Union Center — Eogers, Erauk 

Vestal — Hill, George 

Vestal Center — Jeuner, B. W. 

Mosher, Geo. 

Pangburu, J. E. 

Whitney Point — Driscoll, John 
Jones, S. T. 
Mitchell, G; W. 

Windsor — Camp, E. B. 
Titus, W. I. 

BLUE PRINTS. 

BiNGHAMTON — Bing. Electric Blue Print 
Co. 

BOILER COMPOUND. 

BiNGHAMTON — Binghamton Boiler Com- 
pound Co. ^ 
Globe Boiler Compound Co. 



BOOKS AND STATIONERY. 

BixfiHAMTON — HILLS, McLEAN & 
HASKINS. See adv. 
Kliauzadian, A. S. 
Miller, Walter R., & Co. 
Perry, Geo. S., & Co. 
Smith, Chas. V. 
Strait, Elizabeth 
Stephens & Co. 
Vail-Ballon Co. 
Vosgamau, Sohag T. 



BOOK MANUFACTURERS. 

BiNGHAMTON — Beardsley-Irvliig Co. 
Binghamtouian Job Press 
Stimis, Louis A., Jr. 
Vail-Ballon Co. 
West, Frank A. 

BOTTLERS. 

BiNGHAMTON — Barnett, Barney 
Barnett, Fanny 
Bartholomay Bottling Co. 
Brounstein, Samuel 
Doughan Bottling Works 
Doughan, James, Est. 
Excelsior Bottling Works 
Halt, C. E. 



UNIVERSAL MOTOR CO. 

DISTRIBUTORS 

FORD AUTOMOBILES 



YORK PHONE 16 
BELL PHONE 553 



184-186 Court Street 

BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 



Houses and 
Lots. Loans 



FARMS 



All Sizes 
AND Prices 



Good Titles and a Square Deal 
Phone 1107.J GEO. H TREADWELL, 

416 PHELPS BLDG., Binghamton, N.Y. 



ISG 



CLASSIFIED BUSINESS DIREGTOEY 



BOTTLERS — Coutiiiued. 

BiNGHAMTON — Lotz, H. 

Eieger, Lewis J. 
Sullivan & Burnett 
Deposit — Page, John 

BOTTLES AND CORKS. 

BiXGHAMTOX — Dennis, F. L., & Co. 

BOX MANUFACTURERS. 

BiNGHAMTON — Lac-ey Cigar Box Co. 
National Cigar Box Co. 
Parlor City Pajier Box Co. 

BREWERS. 

BiNGHAMTON — Eliresnuiu, John, & Co. 
Haberle Brewing Co. 
Laurer, Joseph, Brewing Co., The 
Standard Brewing Co. 

BRICKS. 

BiNGHAMTON — Biughanitou Brick Co. 
Foster & South wick 

BRIDGE BUILDERS. 

BiNGHAMTON — BINGHAMTON 

BRIDGE CO., INC., 1104 Press 
Bldg. See adv. 

KiLLAWOG — Williams Bridge Co. 



BUILDING AND LOAN 
ASSOCIATIONS. 

BiN'GHAMTON — Brandt, Frederick W. 
Co-Operative Bldg. & Loan Assn. 
Home Mutual Loan & Sav. Assn. 
Hudson, C. L, & Co. 

BUILDING SUPPLIES. 
BiNGHAMTON— KINGSLEY, L. J., CO., 

15-17 N Depot St. Sec adv. 
Deposit— DEPOSIT LUMBER CO., 190- 
194 Front St. See adv. 

BURLAP AND BAGS. 

BiNGHAMTON — Binghauiton Burlap Co. 

BUTCHERS AND MEATS. 

BiNGHAMTON — Arniour & Co. 
Baker, L. V. 
Bilcovitch, Max 
Clinton Market 
Coburn, Chas. E. 
Cook, W. T. 
Cook & Goetcheus 
Darling Bros. 
Darling, A. B. 

DARLING, C. S., 23-25 N Depot St. 
See adv. 



LEWIS SEYMOUR 

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW 

GENERAL PRACTITIONER OF LAW 

706 SECURITY MUTUAL BUILDING 

BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 



BOILED HAMS OF THE BESf jQUALITY 
A SPECIALTY 



NELSON MORRIS & CO.'S 
WESTERN DRESSED BEEF, MUTTON, ETC. 



C. S. DARLIIVG 

DRESSED MEATS 



AND PROVISIONS 



pi f Bell 469 

rnones | York State 152-D 



23-25 North Depot St. 

BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 



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BUTCHERS AND MEATS— Continued. 
BiNGHAMTON — Doi'sej, Ray D. 

Drake Bros. 

Duell, Geo. H. 

Fox, W. C. 

Gale, E. B. 

Gaylord, J. L. 

Gold, M. 

Hewett, Wallace 

Horton, Geo. B. 

Kaplan, Benj. 

Kunkle, Frank 

Merges, John i 

Metropolitan Market ' 

Meyers, Henry F. 

Moulthrop-Knapp 

Porter, A. L. 

Public Market 

Regan & Johnson 

Schlacter, Louis 

Slacik & Stakar 

Slatter, Sylvester B. 

Smilowitz, N. 

Smilowitz & Wearb 

Turk, R. G. 

Volk, David 

Wilson & Co. 

Woolsey, Harry 
Chenango Forks — Tennant, D. B., & 
Son 



Deposit— CRISMAN, C. H. See adv. 

Knapp, John J. 

Lewis, W. H. 

Pierce, H. D. 
Endicott — Endieott Market 

Lape & Andrews 

Osterhout, D. J. 
Habpursville — Keech, L. M. 
Johnson City — Atwood, W. L. 

Courtright, Homer 

Dohs, Roy A., Co. 

Macumber, J. F. 

Mungle, J. R. 

Terwilliger, R. S. 
KiLLAWOG — Leet, N. J. 
Maine — Lewis, C. E. 
Nanticoke — Conrow, C. V. 
Union — Bosworth, John P. 

Conrow, Carl V. 
Whitney Point — Green, J. I., & Co. 
Windsor — Barton, H. A. 

BENNETT, L. P. See adv. 

BUTTER AND EGGS. 

Binghamton — Corbin & Wiesmer 

Kinnej' Bros. 
Port Dickinson— Ferenson, E. B. 
Windsor — Hulbert, A. P., Son 

HULBERT, N. A. See adv. 



JUNIUS F. BISHOP 

CABINET MAKER 

Manufacturer of 

PORCH COLUMNS, solid or Built up, SPINDLES, BALUSTERS, 

RAILS, NEWELS, BRACKETS, MOULDINGS, TVINDOW 

FRAMES, AUTOMATIC TURNED SPINDLES :: :: 

Also All Kinds of Mill "Work 

Office 239 "Water St., Binghamton, N. Y. 



BUSINESS ESTABLISHED 1870 



N. A. HULBERT 

WHOLESALE 

BUTTER, EGGS & PRODUCE 



Both Phones 



Windsor, N Y. 



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CLASSIFIED BUSINESS DIEECTOEY 



BUTTONS AND PLEATING. 

BiNGHAMTON— La Mode Pleating Co. 
Warner, F. E. 

CABINET MAKERS. 

BiNGHAMTON — BISHOP, JUNIUS F., 

323 Water St. See adv. 
Caywood, F. H. 
Dunn, Judson N. 
Gibbs, C. W. 
Holmes, Albon C. 
Lacey, F. B. & J. W. 
Nemeth, Alex., & Co. 

CARBIDE COMPANY. 

BiNGHAMTOX — Union Carbide Sales Co. 

CARPETS AND RTJGS. 

BiNGHAMTOX — Binghamtou Rug Works 
Boardnian, S. J. 
FAIR STORE, THE, 13-15 Court St. 

See adv. 
Gertmenian, G. A. 
HILLS, McLEAN & HASKINS. See 

adv. 
Rossville Rug Works 
Rubber Beater Carpet Works 



CARPET, HOUSE AND 
WINDOW CLEANING. 

BiNGHAMTON — American Window Clean- 
ing Co. 
Binghamton Window Cleaning Co. 
Boardman, Samuel J. 
Rossville Rug Works 
United Window Cleaning Co. 
Vosbury, Geo. W. 
Vosbury Carpet Cleaning Wks 

CARRIAGES AND WAGONS. 

BiNGHAMTON — Davis, A. L., Son 

Jefferson, O. V. 

McMahon Wagon Co., 

O'Neil, James 

Sturtevant-Larrabee Co., The 

Walster, P. C. 
Maine — Norton, Geo. E. 
Nineveh, Hyer, Wm. A. 
OUAQUAGA — Judd, H. 
OwEGO— DAILEY BROS, 136 Front St. 

See adv. 
Vestal Center — Rush, F. S. 
Windsor — Wallace, W. 



Fred C. Dailey 



Earnest H. Dailey 



DAILEY BROTHERS 



Dealers in 



Fine Carriages and Sleighs, Farm and Lumber 
Wagons, Agricultural Implements, Conklin Seeds 

Office 136 Front Street 
OWEGO, N. Y. 



HILLCREST FARMS 

BINGHAMTON. N. Y. 
C. F. HOTCHKISS, OWNER 

PURE BRED 
HOLSTEIN AND JERSEY CATTLE 
REGISTERED BERKSHIRE SWINE 

BELL PHONES: Farms 358-W. Office 446 
189 



BROOME OOLTNTY 



CASH REGISTERS. 

BiNGHAMTON — National Cash Register 
Co. 



CATTLE, HORSE AND 

SWINE BREEDERS. 

BiNGHAMTON— HOTCHKISS, C. F,, 443 
State St. See adv. 
HOWARD, C. R., R2. See adv. 

Glen Aubrey — TAPPAN, WATSON, & 
SON. See adv. 

Johnson City — HORTON, E. E., R2. 

See adv. 

Newark Valley — Bennett, Edwin 

Windsor — LYONS STOCK FARM, R2. 

See adv. 

CATTLE, HORSE AND 
SWINE DEALERS. 

BiNGHAMTON — SEAMAN, FRED E., 3.5 

State St. See adv. 

Maine — Hathaway, H. E. 

Hathaway, Joe 
Union Center — Smith, Gurney 



CEMENT AND CONCRETE. 

BiNGHAMTON — Baldwin, E. L. 

Benedict &- Skinner 

Burdiek, W. J. 

Cline, John O. 

Daily & Strong 

Gardiner & Taylor 

MeHarg, E. J.," & Co. 

Reliable Trucking Co. 

Ryan, Thos. L. 

Wilcox Bros., Inc. 
Endicott — Adamy, E. A. 
Maine — Smith, Ulysses E. 

CHAIR MANUFACTURERS. 

BiNGHAMTON — ^Biughamtou Chair Co. 
Stickley & Brandt Chair Co. 

CHEMISTS AND CHEMICALS. 

BiNGHAMTON — American Insecticide Co. 
Ames Chemical Co. 
Boro Chemical Co. 
Case Chemical Co. 
Corbett & Stuart 
Corbett, M. J., & Co. 
COLLIER, H. C, & SONS, 119 Conk- 
lin Ave. See adv. 



H. C. COLLIER & SONS 

Spraying Materials and Chemicals 



also 



Varnishes, Turpentine and Oils 



119 Conklin Ave. 



BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 



CHIROPRACTORS 

L. E. & M. W. BLACKMER 

ON THE TOWPATH 
260 WASHINGTON ST. BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 

Bell Phone 1283-W "Also Kampkewpie" 

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CLASSIFIED BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



CHEMISTS AND CHEMICALS 

— Coutiiuied. 
BiNGHAMTOX — Kilmer, Dr., & Co. 

Maplewood Chemical Co. 

Melville-Corbett Co. 

Milanville Chemical Co. 

Nelson & Lauder 

Treyz, G. H., & Co. 

Troy Chemical Co. 

Union Laboratory 

Wood Products Co. 
Whitney Point — Edwards, John 

CHEWING-GUM 
MANUFACTURER. 

BiNGHAMTON — Ackoniiaii, Eobt. 

CHIROPODISTS. 

BiNGHAMTON — Scanlon, M. H. 
Scott, Elizabeth M. 
Wheeler, Jessie F. 

CHIROPRACTORS. 
BiNGHAMTON — BLACKMER, L. E. & 

M. W., 260 Washington St. See 

adv. 
Boughton, B. J. 
Gould, Floyd C. 



Nowlan & Lett 
Polkinghorn, Wm. T. 
Johnson City— WEBB, DR. V. W., 62 

S Broad St. See adv. 

CIDER MANUFACTURER. 

BiNGHAMTON — Dillev, Frank G. 

CIGAR MANUFACTURERS. 

BiNGHAMTON — Aldcu, Henry T. 
American Cigar Co. 
BARNARD, E. A., 138 Washington 

St. See adv. 
Barnes-Smith Co. 
Blackbird Cigar Co. 
Bobrow Bros. 
Bronson, F. E., Co. 
Clark, W. H. 
Crowe, J. F. 
Drum Cigar Co. 
Fallahee, Edward L. 
Foley, Jas. J. 
Folmsbee, C. E., & Son 
Gardner, E. L. 
Goodell, Menzo W. 
Gorman, S. P. 
Haas, Louis E. 
Hanselman, Henry H. 
Hennessey, John 



CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT 

Issued by this Bank earn 3H per cent, if left three months. They 
afford a splendid short time investment, being safe, negotiable, 
transferable, and when necessary, can be converted into cash. 

Farmers National Bank 

UNION, NEW YORK 



E. A. BARNARD, Agent 

MANUFACTURER OF 

FINE CIGARS 

Senator Hill, 10c. Our Senator, Jr,, 5c, 

138 WASHINGTON STREET 

BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 

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CIGAR MANUFACTURERS 

— Continued. 
BiNGHAMTON — Hennessey, Louis 
Hill, Eichard A. 
Holcomb Cigar Co. 
Hull, Grummond, & Co. 
Hummell Co., The 
Ives, Geo. O. 
Kail, I., Cigar Co. 
Kent, Geo. A., Co. 
Kramer, Julius 
Kraus, Alois 

Liberal League Cigar Factory 
Lucky, Jos. W. 
McCann, H. A. 
Mcintosh & Clonney 
Murray, Marv E. 
Ogden^ Wm. H., & Co. 
Padgett, Wm. T. 
Paetzold, Armon J. 
Pastor, Earl G. 
Richards, F. B., & Co. 
Riley, Francis E. 
Ritz, Benj. cigar mfr. 
Smith, C. B., Jr. 
Stever, Newell 
Sullivan, M. E. 
Tingley, D. M. 
Walsh, John H. 
Wells, C. C, Co. 



Wilcox, Ward H. 
Deposit — RUSSELL, J. E., 109 Front 
St. See adv. 

CIGARS AUD TOBACCO. 

BiNGHAMTON — American Cigar Co. 
Blaker & Scott 
Boyle, Jno. J. 
Brown & Corbin 
Buekland, W. O. 
Burt, C. M. 
Central Cigar Store 
Clark, Patk. J. 
Fancher, E. E, 
Grey, Frank 
Groesbeck, lantha C. 
Haley, Michael F. 
Hanson, Bert 
Hogan, Wm. F. 
Johnson & Carr 
Kent, Arthur M. 
Kessler & Avery 
Kingsbury, Susie 
Lalley, Tony 
Lambert, W. T. 
Leibovitz, Louis 
Leibovitz, Sarah 
Levy, S. R. 
Meade, Fred T. 



Geo. 


F. 


Demeree & So 


n 








DEALERS IN 








General Merchandise - 






Distributors of Ford Automobiles 






U. 


S. Ti 


res and Auto Accessories 




PHONE 






Harpursvjlle, N. 


Y. 



The WILLOWHURST HOTEL 

CHARLES E. DANIELS, Prop. 

An excellent summer resort, good board. 

And also a nice dance hall. Good Livery. 

Rates $2.00 a day. 

MAINE - - - - NEW YORK 



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CLASSIFIED BUSINESS DIKECTORY 



CIGARS AND TOBACCO— Continued. 
BinCtHAmton — Merselis, L. B. 

Michaelbach, E. D. 

Nelson & Thurber 

Palmer, Arthur 

Pelham, Y. C. 

Ralph, L. D. 

Seanlon &■ Shoemaker 

Slauson, C. M. 

Stevens, G. H. 

Thome, Thos. 

United Cigar Store 

Van Over & Co. 

Whited, Oscar L. 

Whitner, W. H. 
Deposit — Russell, J. E. 

Seamons, John 
Endicott — Beaudette, A. 

Bronson, Eugene M. 

Buckley, E. S., & Son 

Cawley, A. J. 

Longo, Frank 

Pezzula, V. 

Rizzuto Bros. 

Romas, A. P. 

Weaver, L. G. 
Johnson City — ^Bustin, J. T. 

Hotchkiss, J. P. 

Johnson Citv Cigars Store 

Kellv & Pilkington 



Miller, Harry A. 

Ortlieb, M. L. 

Whaley, Thos. J. 
Lisle — Sternberg, Merton L. 
Port Dickinson — Milks & Chalker 
Union — Barton, E. B. 

Baty, L. E. 

Curran, J. T. 
Vestal — Rhodes, H. Nelson 

CIVIL AND MECHANICAL 
ENGINEERS. 

Binghamton — Beach, C. E. 

GILMORE, A, L., 1104 Press Bldg. 

See adv. 
Monroe, S. E. 
Rumpeltin, S. S. 

CLAY PRODUCTS. 

Binghamton — Foster & Southwick 

CLEANERS AND DYERS. 

Binghamton — ^B & B Dry Cleaning Co. 
Ballard & Ballard Dry Cleaning Co. 
Bartle, L. J. 
Baxter, A. E. 
Deery, Frank 
Morse & Kraupa 
Robinson, James 



Pl^iL' -^ For MEN, WOMEN 

\^iOLning and children 

ON EASY PAYMENTS— YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD 

ASKIN— MARINE CO. 

32 Court Street, Binghamton, N. Y. 



E. Frank Smith, Pres. 



Robert Brown, V-Pres. 



M. B. Smith, Cashier 



The Farmers National Bank 



No. 9434 



3% on Certificates 
DEPOSIT ... - NEW YORK 



193 



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CLOTHING. 

BiNGHAMTON— ASKIN & MARINE CO., 

32 Court St. See adv. 
BAKER'S GARMENT SHOP, 308- 
309-310 Kilmer Press Building. See 

adv. 
Beuensohn, A., Trading Co. 
Bothniek, J. S. 
Botniek, M. 
Cohn, Louis 
Douglas, Norval S., Co. 
Doyle & Knower Co. 
EXCELSIOR CLOTHING CO., 171 

Washington St. See adv. 
Garber, M. 
Gittleman, Frank 
Goldstein, Mortimer A. 
Grube & Dutcher 
Ilalpert-Jacobs Co., The 
HILLS, McLEAN & HASKINS. See 

adv. 
Krasner, M., & Son 
Leo, M. J. 
Lesser, I. 
Levine, Eli 
Levine, J. 
Levine, Nathan 
Liehtenstein, W. G. & S. 
LONG'S, INC., 159 Washington St. 

See adv. 



McNerny '& Winters 

Marean-Lauder Co. 

Marshak, J. 

Miller, I. H. 

Miller, Lester 

Miller, P. 

Outlet Clothing Co. 

Pullit5;er, Joseph 

Rubin, W. L 

Rubinowitch, R. 

Ryder, Robt. A. 

Sadallah, S. M., & Co. 

Schaap, Chas. 

Shapiro, Max 

Shulman, S. R. 

S m ol en sky, IT a r ry 

STEEFEL, STRAUSS & CONNOR. 
See adv. 

Stone-Bone Co. 

Terris, M. 

Weed, Chas. A., & Co. 

Weiss & Co. 

ZAPOLEONS QUALITY SHOP, 
INC., 50 Court St. See adv. 
Deposit — Bongartz, A. 

Loder, Wni. 

Weaver, F. L. " 
Endicott — Cone, Earl C. 

Levinson, M. 

Seder, Samuel 



Economy Coal Company 

C.A.Bali F.H. Badger 

16 Eldridge Phone 1809 

BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 



SEEDS, BULBS, TREES, PLANTS 

Better Quality and for Less Money than elsewhere 

Send for Free Catalogue before purchasing 

If you use a considerable quantity send a list and let us price same. 
We will make very low prices to Broome County customers. Call at 
our store to buy if possible, 

DEPOSIT SEED CO., deposit, n. y. 



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CLASSIFlilD BUSINESS DIEECTQRY 



CLOTHING— Continued. 
Johnson City — Newman Bros. 
Whitney Point — Kiley Co., The 

COAL. 

BiNGHAMTON — ArclibaUl Coal Co. 

ATLAS COAL & SUPPLY CO., 315- 

317 Court St. See adv. 
Ballard, J. W. 
Beach, Frank H., Co. 
Binghamton Coal Co. 
Blanehard-Bunnell Coal Co. 
Blanchard & Co. 
Blan chard, C. N., Coal Co. 
BLANCHARD, JOHN H., 1002 Press 

Bldg. See adv. 
Brooker, J. D. 
C!entral Coal Yard 
Churchill, E. J. 
City Coal Co. 
Cornell, A. B. 
Davidge, J. M., Coal Co. 
Dunne, W. P. 
ECONOMY COAL CO., 16 Eldridge 

St. See adv. 
Elliott, S. M. 
Ford, Powell & Hammond 
GORMAN, JAMES E., 339 State St 

See adv. 



Grace, John J. 

Hopkins Jones Co. 

Houlihan, M. E. 

McKINNEY, CHAS., CO., 143-147 
Henry St. See adv. 

Miller, Snyder & Co. 

Niblette, C. E. 

Powell Coal Co. 

Scott, Fred M., Coal Co. 

Sears, Oliver W., & Son 

Roberson-Fowler Co. 

Seller Blanchard Co. 

Thermot Coal & Coke Co. 

Tobey Coal Co. 

Torpey, W. H. 

West Side Coal Co. 
Center Village — Estes, J. P. 
Chenango Bridge— Harding, Fred M. 
Chenango Forks — Brooks, E. A. 
Deposit — Smith, Chas. P. 

Deposit Coal & Cement Co. 

Putnam, W. J., & Co. 
East Windsor — Dibble, Mrs. Lottie A. 
Endicott — ENDICOTT LUMBER & 
BOX CO., 23 Washington Ave. See 
adv. 

Tappan, Geo., Supply Co. 
Harpursville — Klink, Frank 



E. I. SIMPKINS 



DEALER IN 



General Hardware, Fishing Tackle, 
Guns and Ammunition 

Horse Blankets, Street and Stable Full line of Gloves and Mittens 

WINDSOR, NEW YORK 



SAMUELS BROS. 

Commission Merchants 

Fruit and Vegetables Rough Furs and Hides in Season 

43 South St. "JsoT Binghamton, N. Y. 



I9r> 



BROOME COUNTY 



COAL — Continued. 
Hooper— BAXTER, S. J. See adv. 
Johnson City — Baldwin, E. L. 

Converse, F. S., Co. 

Dohs, Roy A., Inc. 

Johnson City Coal & Supply Co. 

Kennedy & Du Bois 

O'Rourke & Doyle 
KiKKWOOD — Elwood & Sherman 
Lisle — Willis, Frank O. 
Nineveh — Grover, F. E. 
Port Dickinson — Port Dickinson Coal 

& Feed Co. 
Sanitaria Springs — Reynolds, C. O. 
Tunnel — Cole, John H. 
Union— STEVENS, H. F. See adv. 

Tappan Coal & Supjily Co. 

Wilson, Geo. H. 
Vestal — Endicott Coal & Supply Co. 

Rounds, Fayette L. 
Whitney Point — Reilly, Blanche A. 

Reilly, John 
Windsor — Livingston, Geo. 

COAL CHUTES. 

Binghamton — Binghamton Manufac- 
turing Co. 



COMB MANTTFACTURERS. 

Binghamton— Noyes Comb Co. 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 
Binghamton— SAMUELS BROS., 43 

South St. See adv. 

CONDENSED MILK 
MANUFACTURERS. 

Binghamton — Borden 's Condensed Milk 

Co. 
Deposit — Borden's Condensed Milk Co. 
Harpursville — Borden's Condensed 

Milk Co. 
Whitney Point — Borden 's Condensary 

CONFECTIONERS. 



Binghamton — Albright, R. 
Beers lee Cream Co. 
Binghamton Candy Co. 
Boston Candy Kitchen 
Braieo, Mike 
Briggs, Wm. 
Brooks-Clements Co. 
Bryant, A. A. 
Bugbee, G. C. 
Carl, Mrs. A. 



E. 



LARGEST CUT PRICE STORE IN SOUTHERN TIER 



ENTIRE BUILDING DEVOTED TO 

Men's and Boys^ Wearing Apparel 



A BIG ASSORTMENT OF CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS AT PRICES 
WHERE $1.00 WILL DO THE WORK OF $2.00 

EXCELSIOR CLOTHIN G CO. 

I 40 SECONDS NORTH I 171 WASHINGTON STREET 171 I 40 seconds north I 
I OF COURT STREET | J 73 "^OTEL bInNETT BiPghailltOn, N. Y. 173 I °^ "°^^^ ^^^^" I 



Call 2830-FOR MOTOR TRUCKS 

Storage, Moving and General Trucking 

GOODS PACKED FOR SHIPMENT 
All Work Guaranteed 

Empire State Trucking Corporation 

247 WATER STREET BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 

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CLASSIFIED BUSINESS DIRECTOEY 



CONFECTIONERS— Continued. 
BiNGHAMTON — Coon, Chas. L. 
Crystal Confectionery Co. 
Filo, Jos. 
Galli, Louis 
Hall, Geo. E., Co. 
Hess-Clark Co. 
Hogan, Mrs. M. 
Karanovich, Paul 
Kark, Wm. H. 
Kingsley, Fred M. 
Lalley, Angelo 
Lewis & Vosburg 
Lomniae, Rose 
McGowan, Chas. 
Mclntyre, Sarah 
Melamed, H. 
Miles, E. 
Miller, Etta G. 
Monorky, A. N. 
Mosher, Mrs. Frank 
O. K. Ice Cream 
Olympian Candy Co. 
Eeilly, Wni. J. 
Russell, B. J. 
Sacco, Frank \ 
Shrimpton, J. S., Co. 
Simpkins, E. I. 
Smith, H. B. 
Spadaro, A. 



Sweet, A. J. 

Papastrat Bros. 

Parsons, John T. 

Van Wornier, Orlando 

Walker, J. H. 

Whited, O. L. 

Williams, R. J. 

Woodward, N. C. 
Deposit — Boston Candy Kitchen 

Pappas, John 
Endicott — Drosos, C. 

Drosos, Peter N. 

Drosos & Laskarin 

O'Keefe, Wm. 

Theodore, Andrew 
Harpursville — Neff, E. W. 
Johnson City — Cady & Lamphere 
■Crystal Confectionery Co. 

Ellis, C. M. 

Hopton, E. F., Inc. 

Kominos, Peter K. 
Lisle — Phelps, F. H. 
Union — Farras Bros. 

CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 

BiNGHAMTON — Badgley, A. E. 

BALLARD, J. W., CO., 21 Jarvis St. 

See adv. 



PRATT LUMBER CO., Inc. 

CEMENT 



— DEALERS IN- 

LUMBER LIME- 

— AND — 



ALL BUILDING MATERIALS 

jarvis street BINGHAMTON, NEW YORK 



H. J. HENNESSEY 

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW 
401-403 Binghamton Savings Bank Building 

OT-99 Collier Street 
Oinolrarrtton, New YorK 

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CONTEACTORS AND BUILDERS 

■ — Contiuued. 
BiNGHAMTON— BARTLETT & CO., 35 

Collier St. See adv. 
Bishop, J. F. 
Boughton, Chas. A. 
Burdick, W. J. 
Carrington, S. H. 
Clarke, Herman C. 
Davis & Coleman 
Demeree & Smith 
Ford, M. I., Co. 
Hayes, W. G. 
Hider Bros. 
Jones-Beers Co. 
Klein, B., & Co. 
Knoeller, Wm. M. 
Knowlton, J. M. 
Lewis, John L. 
Matthews, L. A., & Co. 
Mitchell & Co. 
Moft'att, G. M. 
Moore, E. H. 
Nugent, J.'i F. 
O'Neil, George F. 
O'Neil, James 
Owens, M. A. 
Parsons Bros. 
Parsons Construction Co. 
Peters, C. H., Coal Co. 



PRATT LUMBER CO., Jarvis St. 

See adv. 
Eury & Gregory 
Scudder, C. E. & B. K. 
Serafini, Geo. 
Takach & Chappell 
Tyne & Willey 
Van Antwer]), E. D. & Wm. 
Wheeler, G. B. 
Willey, A. L. 
Woodruff-Edgeeomb Co. 
Endicott — Endieott-Johnsou Bcalty Co. 
ENDICOTT LUMBER & BOX CO., 

2.'! Washington Ave. See adv. 
Schacfer Construction Co. 
Stage, F. N. 
Harpursville — LEWIS, PRANK, & 

SONS. See adv. 
Johnson City — Baldwin, E. L. 

Decker, F. H. 
Nineveh— HUMISTON, A. A., & SON. 

See adv. 
Union— STEVENS, HARRY P., Nanti- 
eoke St. See adv. 

CORSETIERES. 

Binghamton — Connelly, Lulu 
Kahler, Ida 



Beli Phone 3685 



Established 1903 



Crowley's Milk Company 

Manufacturers, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in . 

High Grade Dairy Products 



Office: 94 Front Street 

BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 



Washington Flour 

"The Old Reliable'' 

The FLOUR that never fails to make friends. 

MOON & CO., Inc. 



MILLERS 



BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 



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CORSETIERES— Continued. 

BiNGHAMTON — McCarrick, Miss L. E. 
Warner, F. E. 
White Cross Goods Co. 

CREAMERIES AND DAIRIES. 

BiNGHAMTON — Broome Co. Dairy Co. 

Chadwick, C. E. 

CLOVER-DALE FARMS CO., GO Ex- 
change St. See adv. 

CROWLEY'S MILK COMPANY, 94 
Front St. See adv. 

Dey Bros. 

Hill Crest Farms 

Jones, L. W. * 

McNamara & Hickey 

Oneida County Creameries Co. 
Chenango Forks — Willards Milk Sta- 
tion 

Deposit — Mutual Milk & Cream Co. 
Endicott — Endicott Creamery Co. 
Johnson City — Barnum, C. W. 

Schoonover, W. T. 
KiRKWOOD — New York Dairy Product- 

Co. 
Lisle — High Ground Creamery 
Oquaga — Inhken, Geo. 



Port Dickinson— PARSONS, FRED W. 

See adv. 

Sanitaria Springs — Wilcox, Nelson E. 
Tunnel— Borden's Milk Co. 
Whitney Point — Janssen, F. W. 
Windsor — Empire State Dairy Co. 

CROCKERY AND CHINA. 

BiNGHAMTON — HILLS, McLEAN & 
HASKINS. See adv. 
McNamara & Harding 
Sanders, E. A. 
Yager, W. H., & Co. 



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DAIRY SUPPLIES. 

BiNGHAMTON — McKINNEY & CO. 

18S State St. See adv. 

DENTISTS. 

BiNGHAMTON — Barton, W. W. 
Bond, Dr. F. Ellis 
Chicago Dental Parlors 
DECKER, CHARLES S., 39 Court St. 

See adv. 
Denike, G. A. 
Dolan, B. 
Edwards, F. M. 



L. F. TUCKER 

DRY GOODS 

LADIES' AND GENTS' FURNISHINGS 

Carpets, Mattings, Window Shades, Etc. 



126-130 FRONT STREET 



DEPOSIT, NEW YORK 



TEETH. TEETH. TEETH. 



Painless Extracting ^oc. 



Plates from $S-00 up 



Dr. Decker's Dental Rooms 

No. 39 Court Street y Binghamto?t, N. Y, 
THE OFFICE OF SATISFACTION 



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DENTISTS — Continued. 
BiNGHAMTQN— Fuller, T. B. 

Gillespie, E. R. 

Holcomb & Moffatt 

Ivory, Jas. F. 

Kelly, J. D. 

King Dental Office 

McCall, Frederick 

North, Ferris D. 

Ogden, John D. 

Ogden, Wm. A. 

Pulver, Geo. W. 

Boot, R. T. 

Smith, M. M. 

TIAYNTOR, H. W., O 'Neil Bldg. See 
adv. 

Whitmarsh, H. D. 
Deposit — Milnes, Benj. B. 
Endicott — Anderson, Wm. T. 
Johnson City — Heiss, H. V. 

Kaley, Myrle 
Port Dickinson — Ogden, John D. 
Union — Smith, Julian 

DEPARTMENT STORES. 

BiNGHAMTQN — Ellis Bros. & Joseph 
Fowler, Dick & Walker 
HILLS, McLean & HASKINS. 
See adv. 



SALEEBY, S. J., 106 Clinton St. 
See adv. 
Deposit — Bassin, Jacob 
Martin, C. E. 
TUCKER, L. F. See adv. 
Endicott — Schreibers Department Store 
Whitney Point — DENNING, WM. 
See adv. 

DRUGS. 

BiNGHAMTON — Barkmau Drug Store 
Berry, J. W. 
Church, A. J. 
Church, E. L. 
Cobb, Geo. N. 
Cobb, J. Hunting 
Cole, Jacob L. 
Dalton, H. H. 
Dean 's Pharmacy 
Denis, Frank B. 
Dixon, H. M. 
Douglas, R. D. 
Gaige, Arthur H. 
Hamlin, L. F. 
Haskins Medicine Co. 
Howard Drug Co., The 
International Laboratories 
Keystone Remedy Co. 
Kniffin, Cora L. 



For First Class Barber Work 

GO TO THE 

Central Barber Shop 

ELFORD FROST, Proprietor . 
MAIN STREET WINDSOR, N. Y. 



The C. K. Brown Pharmacy 

115 FRONT STREET, DEPOSIT, N. Y. 

Drugs, Medicines, Books and Stationery 
Sporting Goods of All Kinds. Victrolas. 

MEET ME AT BROWN'S 

200 



CLASSIFIED BUSINESS DIEECTOEY 



DRUGS— Continued. 
BiNGHAMTON— Korein Co., The 

Liggett, Louis K., Co. 

Little, D. J., Drug Co. 

Loveland, Wm. H., Co. 

Lundin, M. L. 

MacDonald, Jeremiah 

MeKallor, E. C, Drug Co. 

Modern Pharmacy 

Mottram, E. M. 

Olmstead, Edward M. 

Ostrom, Ezra L. 

Eed Cross Drug Store 

Eourke Bros. 

Eussell, Frank E. 

Sargol Co., The 

Smith, F. W. 

Waldron Drug Co. 

Webster, Walter D. 
Chenango Forks — McLean, Frank 
Deposit— BROWN, C. K., PHARMACY, 
THE, 115 Front St. See adv. 

Brown, Chas. K. 

SMITH, S. D., 121 Front St. See 

adv. 

Endicott — Endicott Drug Co. 
St. Martin, Chas. E. 
Smith, H. J., & Son 
Tiffany Drug Store 



Johnson City— DERBY, JAMES L. 

See adv. 
QUICK, CHAS. J., 132 Main St. See 
adv. 
- Quick, C. J. 
Nanticoke — Whitney, H. L. 
Union — Euckel, Samuel 

Whitney, Harlan L. 
Vestal — Mapes, A. W. 
Whitney Point — Eathbun, Burr U. 
Windsor— ENGLISH'S PHARMACY. 
See adv. 
English, Leslie H. 

DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. 

BiNGHAMTON — Aswad, C. E. 
Bartle, M. 

Bino'hamton Drv Goods Co. 
BOWES, A. L.,"^& CO., 12-14 Jarvis 

St. See adv. 
Bryant, F. L. 
Donnelly, E., & Co. 
Ferris, N. 
GLOBE STORE, 161 Washington St. 

See adv. 
Gregorv, Anna L. 
HILLS, McLEAN & HASKINS. See 

adv. 
Jackson, Harry E. 
Mitchell & Church Co. 



1883 



1917 



KING W. SPENCER 

Embalmer and Funeral Director 

Furniture and House Furnishings 

PHONE SERVICE 

MAIN STREET UNION, N. Y. 



Farmers Attention 

We can furnish on short notice — 
Managers, Dairymen, Barnmen, Single and Married 
Farm Hands, and other First Class Help. Phone Us. 

Richman Employment Agency 



344-345-346 O'Neil Bldg. 



Binghamton, N. Y. 



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DRY GOODS— Continued. 
BiNGHAMTON — Morgan, John L., Co. 

Mutual Fabric Co. 

Simolunas, Lewis 

Simons, D. 

SISSON BROS. & WELDEN CO. 
See adv. 

Spector, Tobias 

Wilcox Co., The , 
Deposit — Bassin, J. 

Tucker, L. F. 
Endicott — Berkowitz, Sam 

Bornstein, S. 

Martin, Fred A. 

Morelando, James 

Peet, C. H. 

Schreiber, L. 

Walsh, Geo. C. 

Johnson City — Benedict, Nina A. 
Hunger, W. II. 
Wilbur & Hancock 

Nanticoke — Witherill, E. N., & Co. 

Union — Barber, W. M. 

Witherill, E. N., & Co. 

Windsor — Cramer, 11. S. 



ELECTRICIANS AND 
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES. 

BiNGHAMTON — Blandiug Electric Supply- 
Co. 
Decker, G. W. 
Johnson, V. D. 
Kilmer, Richardson & Co. 
Lawson-Madison Electric Co. 
Lewis, W. C. 
Lyons, Ted 

Marvin Electric Drill Co. 
Mason-Bonck Electrical Co. 
Milks Electric Co. 
Moss Electric Co. 
Parlor C'itv Electric Co. 
Rover, A. B. 

Deposit — Deposit Electric Co. 
Madison, Franklin 

Endicott — Aldrich Elec. Co. 
Barrett, II. M. 

Johnson City — ^Beurket, John L. 

Union^ — ^Bostwick, Fred 

Whitney Point — Union Electric Co. 

ELEVATOR MANUFACTURERS. 

Johnson City — Otis Elevator Co. 



FOR SALE 



120 Acre Creek Farm, on Macadam 
Road, IJ4 miles from Churches, Schools 
and Creamery at Union Center. Large 
stucco house, large barns, spring water running in house, large 
porches, 85 acres nearly level, near Endicott, the best of markets. 
Small payment down, balance on time. Also 100 swarms of 
bees, Italian. Extract and comb honey for sale. Also 1000-mile 
strain of homing pigeons. Price right. ' 

A. E. WHITTEMORE, UNION, N. Y., R. No. 2, Owner 



S. J. BAXTER 

DEALER IN 

Flour, Feed, Fertilizers, Coal and Cement 

BEST GOODS AT LOW PRICES 

HOOPER, N. Y. 



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CLASSIFIED BUSINESS DIEECTOKY 



EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. 

BiNGHAMTON— RICHMAN, A. R., 344- 

345-346 O'Xeil Bld^u. See adv. 

ENGRAVERS. 

BiNGHAMTON — Bogert, E. H. 
Kelley, S. J., Engraving Co. 

EXPRESS AND HAULING. 

BiNGHAMTON — Adams Express Co. 

American Express Co. 

Canny, J. F. 

Davis Transfer Co. 

De Garamo & Terk 

Dorey, Edward J. 

Mollen Transfer Co. 

Moore, C. C. 

National Express Co. 

Satterly, H. L. 

Shea, Jerry E. 

Way's Express 

Way, N. S. 

Wells-Fargo Express Go. 
Vestal — Adams Express Co. 

EXTRACTS. 

BiNGHAMTON — Barlow, E. B., & Co. 
Harris, Frank E., Co. 



Rogers Manufacturing Co. 
Simons, W. E., Mfg. Co. 

FARMS FOR SALE. 
Union— WHITTEMORE, A. E., R2. 

See adv. 

FELT. 

.Tohnson City — Felters Co., The 

FERTILIZERS. 
Hooper — BAXTER, S. J. See adv. 
Johnson City — Archie, Howard 
Whitney Point — Clarke, C. C. 

FIRE PROOFING. 

Johnson City — I-nited Fire Proofing 
Co. 

FISH. 

BiNGHAMTON — Goldman & Storm 

McMahon & Eiley 
Endicott — Clark-, W. H. 

FIVE AND TEN-CENT GOODS. 

BiNGHAMTON — Egitto & Micalizzi 
Kresge, S. S., Co., Inc. 



O. E. CLARK 

Successor to M. J. FOOTE 
DEALER IN 

FLOUR, FEED, HAY and GRAIN 

TELEPHONE 

24 Commercial Avenue BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 



A. L GILMORE, C. E., Consulting Engineer 

1104 Press Building Bell Phone 680 Binghamton, N. Y. 



C. A. JACKSON HORTICULTURAL CO. 

Civil and Landscape Engineers 
TREES and S HRU B S — L A N D SC A P E WO R K 

1104 Press Building Bell Phone 680 Binghamton, N. Y. 

Send for our Booklet "Home Landscapes". 



brocTme county 



FIVE- AND TEN-CENT GOODS 

— Continued. 
BiNGHAMTON — McCrory, J. G., Co. 

Woolworth, F. W., Co. 
Deposit — Sjiickerman, W. D. 

Vandevort, M. D. 
Johnson City — Hunger, W. II. 

FLATIRON MANUFACTURERS. 

Johnson City — Central Flat Iron Mfg. 
Co. 

FLORISTS AND NURSERYMEN. 

BiNGHAMTON — Bingliamtou Florist 
Constantine & Sarris 
Decker, S. H. 
Ellis, S. G. 
Fancher, A. E. 
GILMORE, A. L., 1104 Press Bldg. 

See adv. 
Hopkins, Harry S. 
Kruse, Fred E. 
Meachan, Geo. L. 
Moore, W. E. 
Osier, A. 

Spadaro, Antonio 
Spring Forest Greenhouse 
Suskana Flower Shop 
Susquehanna Valley Greenhouse 



Deposit— BELL, J. J., SEED CO. See 

adv. 
Endicott — Endicott Florist 
Stathis & Cerris 

FLOUR AND FEED. 

BiNGHAMTON — Baker Bros. 
Blewer & Whiting 
CLARK, O. E., 24 Commercial Ave. 

See adv. 
COLEMAN, A. L., & SON, 5 De Eus- 

sey St. See adv. 
Demeree, C. E. 
EMPIRE GRAIN & ELEVATOR CO. 

See adv. 
Moon, G. O., & Co. 
MOON & CO., INC., N Depot St. See 

adv. 
Ogden, G. J. 
Parker, Theo. E. 
Pillsbury Flour Mills Co. 
Rhodes, L. M. 
Storrs, Geo. S. 
Thompson, F., & Co. 
Tombs, Geo. E. 
Center Village — CASE & SMITH. See 

adv. 
Chenango Forks — King, G. E. & D. J. 
Peters Bros. 



If the best is good enough for you 
Then you want — 

WASHINGTON FLOUR 

UNION MILLING CO. 



UNION 



NEW YORK 



Mr. Farmer, Bring Your 

Kpuit and Produce 



TO 



S. E. OFFENHEISER 

9 Prospect Avenue - - - Binghamton, N. Y. 



We always pay market prices 



204 



CLASSIFIED BUSINESS DIKECTOEY 



FLOUR AND FEED— Continued 
Deposit — Deposit Milling Co. 

Ilinman Bros. 
Endicott — Baxter, S. J. 

Haight, D. A. 

Wilder, L. A. 
Harpursville— Euland, M. F. 
Hooper — Baxters Feed Store 

BAXTER, S. J. See adv. 
Johnson City — Jackson, A. T. 
KiRKWOOD — Kirkwood Milling Co. 
Lisle — Edwards, H., & Co. 

French, H. D. 

Guernsey, Oai 

Maine— PITCHER, ARCHIE R. 

adv. 

Maine — Van Sice, H. I., & Son 

Sanitaria Springs — JENKINS, A 
CO. See adv. 

Union— UNION MILLING CO. See 

adv. 

Vestal- — Crane & Taylor 

A^estal Center — Nichols, Harvey J. 

Whitney Point — Landers, A. F. 
Parker, Jay H. 
Stalker, Frank 



See 



& 



FLUE CLEANER 
MANUFACTURER. 

Binghamton — Doolittle, L. G. 

FRUIT AND PRODUCE. 

Binghamton — Arrigone, F. J. 
Barnes, John J. 
Bashara, Tom 
Birdsall, W. O. 
Busino, Tony 
Caciola, Jimmie 
Carbone, S. 
CHAMBERLAIN, EUGENE D., R4. 

See adv. 
Christa, J. 
Crupi, Carmelo 
Davis, A. W. 
Davis, Harry 
Em] lire Produce Co. 
EMPIRE STATE TRUCKING 

CORP., 247 Water St. See adv. 
Martino, P. A. 
Niven, ('has. H., & Son 
Norton & Andrews 
OFFENHEISER, S. E., 9 Prospect 

Ave. See adv. 
Puglice, A. 
Puglice & Medizi 
Russell Truit Co. 



I. HOROWITZ, Prop. 



Phone 3289-W 



Parlor City Furniture Store 

Second Hand Household Goods 

BOUGHT AND SOLD 



Phone or Write. 



72 Clinton Street, BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 



Studebakers Exclusively 

LaFrance Garage Company 



Sales Room 

Cor. Warren and 

Chenango Sts. 



Binghamton, N. Y. 



Service Station 

129 

Park Avenue 



i'05 



BROOME COUNTY 



FRUIT AND PRODUCE— Continued. 
BiNGHAMTON — Samuels Bros. 

Saragas, Paul 

Vomvoris, Peter D. 
Deposit — Ferrera, A. A. 
Windsor— HULBERT, N, A. See adv. 

FURNITURE. 

BiNGHAMTON — Carvcr & Brown 

CARVER, JAMES H., CO., INC.. 70- 

72 State St. See adv. 
Clinton Furniture Co. 
BiNGHAMTON — Culhane, J. J. 
Ec-onomv Furniture Store 
FAIR STORE, THE, 13-15 Court St. 

See adv. 
Feinblooni & Freedman 
Fitzgerald & Hermann Co. 
Harlow & Co. 
HILLS, McLean & HASKINS. See 

adv. 
Horowitz, Isaac 
Hurevitch, Max 
Kroehler Mfg. Co. 
McNamara & Harding 
Merry & Callahan 
PARLOR CITY FURNITURE 

STORE, 72 Clinton St. See adv. 
Sanitary Bedding & Furniture Co. 



Siynumd, Grass 

STICKLY-BRANDT FURNITURE 
CO. See adv. 
Chenango Forks — Willard, R. C, & Son 
Deposit— BROWN, ROBT., 175 Front 
St. See adv. 
MOSHER, C. H., 129 Front St. See 
adv. 
Endicott — Endicott Furniture Co. 

Travis, Earl W. 
Harpursville — Kark, J. A. 
Johnson City— HANDRICK, J. B., 1.34 
Main St. See adv. 
STEVENS, A. D., 118 Main St. See 
adv. 
Union— SPENCER, KING W., Main St. 
See adv. 
OLIVER BROS. See adv. 
Whitney Point — Allan, W. S., Manu- 
facturing Co. 
Nichols, Francis E. 
Windsor— CHASE, W. R. See adv. 

GARAGES. 

BiNGHAMTON — Arlington Garage 
Binghamton Motor Car Co. 
Dikeman, M. E. 
Gage, F. W. 



Satisfaction or Money Back When You Buy the Goods of 

I. S. KILPATRICK 



DEALER IN 



Groceries^ Hardware, General 

Merchandise, Provisions 

NORTH FENTON - NEW YORK 



Economy Auto Company 

Repairs and Accessories 

General IVIacliine and Electrical Work 

Taxi Service Anytime, Anywhere 

Main Street, Windsor, N. Y. 



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GARAGES — Contiuued. 
BiNGHAMTON — Howell, Geo. O. 

LA FRANCE GARAGE CO., Cor. 

Warreu & Cheiuiiiyo Sts. See adv. 
Murphy, D. J. 
Prentice, C. E. 
Quiim 's Garaye 

SECURITY GARAGE, INC. See adv. 
Westbrook 's Garage 
Deposit — Delaware Garage 

WOOD, FRANK, 166 Front St. " See 
adv. 
Endicott — Meeker, T. P. 

Van Patten, Claude 
ITarpursville — Bodley, J. D. 
Johnson City — Livingston, B. W., & 

Sons 
Nineveh— HYER, WM. A. See adv. 
Whitney Point — Franklin & Taft 

Otselic Garage 
Windsor— ECONOMY AUTO CO., ^lain 
St. See adv. ' 
WINDSOR SERVICE STATION. See 
adv. 

GAS ENGINES. 

BiNGHAMTON — ParsonsCanfield' Gas En- 
gine Co. 



GENERAL STORES. 

BiNGHAMTON — Carman, W. A. 

Hallenbeek & Co. 

Kimball, M. R. 

Newton, C. H. 
Castle Creek — McVey, J. W. 
Center Lisle — Arnold, Lyman 

Clute, A. J. 
Center Village — Ayleswortb, J. 

Hallock,. Clvde L. 



HORTON, C. G. See 

Edwin L. 



Chenango Bridge 

adv. 
Chenango Forks — Bowe 

Hoadley, Wm. ?I. 

Iloleonib, Geo. C. 

KILPATRICK, I. S., Rl. See adv. 

Page, B. W. 
Conklin — Dickinson & Son 

HAYES, R. M., ^ SON. See adv. 
Corhettsville — Hayes, R. M., & Son 

STONE, G. B. See adv. 

Deposit — Adare, Clias., & Son 
Martin, C. E. 

Endicott — Day & Carlton 
Johnson, John 
Kohnt, J. B. 

Glen Aubrey — Hodges, Loren 



EAST SIDE MERCANTILE CO. 

Groceries, Dry Goods 

and General Merchandise 



Susquehannah Valley Phone 



WINDSOR, N. Y. 



McLEAN & BURNETT 

Attorneys and Counselors-at-Law 
Peoples Trust Company Building 

Binghamton New York 



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GENERAL STORES--Continued. 

Glen Castle — Peterson, C. G. 
Harpursville — Bristol, J. W. 

DEMEREE, GEO. F., & SON. See 
adv. 

Knox, J. E. 

Roberts, W. H. 
Hooper— TWINING, F. B. See- adv. 
Itaska — Eire hard, F. D. 

Johnson City — DE GROAT, HENRY 
EDWARD, R2. See adv. 

KiLLAWOG — Williams, Ashley 

KiRKWOOD — Elwood, Frank 
Samson, W. E. 

Lisle — Anderson-Warner Co. 
Nickels, E. D. 
Sparrow, H. H. 
Wintermeyer, O. E. 

McClure Settlement — Carson, John 
Fortner, W. J. 
McMahon, J. E. 

Nanticoke — Fuller, H. C. 

Nineveh — Johnson, Fred T. 
Olendorf & Pearsall 

North Sanford — Baker, Diar 

Oquaga Lake — Gregory, Earl E. 



Ouaquaga— WILEY, A. H. See adv. 

Wright, Samuel A. 
Port Crane— YOUNG, J. D. Sec adv. 
Port Dickinson — Clinton, H. J. 

Nash & Shaw 
Sanford — Whitney, W. J. 
Sanitaria Springs — Bacon, Fred 

Jenkins, A., & Co. 

ODELL BROS. See adv. 
Tunnel — Grange Mercantile Co. 

Mumford, Fred L. 
Triangle — Leonard, W. V., & Son 
Union — KNICKERBOCKER, FRED, 

Main St. See adv. 
Union Center — Mann, W. A., & Sons 

Pitkin & Son 

WILSON, GEO. H. See adv. 
UPPEfe Lisle — Simpson, Chas. E. 
Vestal — Crane, J. S. 

Vestal Center — Morton, A. E. 
Pierce, W. S. 

Whitney Point — Allen Bros. 
W. Colesville— WOODARD, GEO., & 
SON. See adv. 

Anderson-Warner Co. 

Denning, Wm. 

Sullivan, Jere P. 



Large Elevator 
Pockets 

Erie Railroad Siding 

General Grocery 
Store 

Auto Supplies 
Empire Automobile 



GEO. H. WILSON 

Dealer in 

Anthracite, Pittston, Erie, Scranton 

and Shawmut Steam Coal 

Also 

Hay, Straw, Flour, Feed, Cement and Fertilizer 

New Phone.{^« Oj^l,\3jd,_ UNION, N. Y. 



S. MILLS ELY COMPANY 



IMPORTERS 

AND 

WHOLESALE 



GROCERS 



'*We Sell to 

the Trade 

Only" 



Binghamton, N. Y. 



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GENERAL STORES— Continued. 
Willow Point — Noosbickle, S. L. 
WiNDSOi; — Hartz, E. 

EAST SIDE MERCANTILE CO. See 

adv. 

MEEKER, A. L., R2. See adv. 
SLEEPER, E. C. See adv. 
STEVENS, J. R., R2. See adv. 

GLASS. 

BiNGHAMTON — Binglianiton Glass Co. 
Diener, H. A. 

Deposit — ^Bailey, Mrs. Ella J. 
Kelley & Stein man 

GLOVES. 

Windsor — Coonan, Bowie, Mfg. Co. 

BiNGHAMTON — Haywood, Wm. A. 
Parlor City Glove Co. 
Wilcox Glove Co. 

GRAIN AND HAY. 

BiNGHAMTON — COLEMAN, R. L., & 

SON, 5 De Russey St. See adv. 

VESTI/.L — Crane & Taylor 



GROCERS. 

BiNGHAMTON — Abdallali, I. 
Abell, E. A. 
Alexander, W. R. 
Andrus, E. Y. 
Arlasky, Sam 
Arnold, Sadie E. 
Badger, L. L. 
Ballard Grocery Co. 
Bann, William 
Barber, Mike, & Bro. 
Barclav, Louis 
Barnett, Ellis 
Barnum, D. E. 
Barrett, G. N. 
Baty, F. E. 
Beardsley, A. P. 
Bellard, "Earl H., & Co. 
Benensoliii, A. & E. 
Bone, C. 11. 
Boughton, W. H. 
Brown, D. D. 
Brady, Miss Margaret 
Brick, Mary 
Brink, Chas. E. 
Brock, F. W. 
Buck Grocery Co. 
Buffum, Ben 
Bunzey, Jerry 
Buono, F. 



Nelson, Wadsworth & Alexander 

PHELPS BUILDING 
BINGHAMTON, NEW YORK 

Insurance Real Estate 



HOTEL WINDSOR 

A. O. PERKINS, Proprietor 
RATES $2.00 AMERICAN 

WINDSOR, NEW YORK 



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GROCERS — Contin aed. 
BiNGHAMTON — Calobrisi, Angelo 
Carman, G. W. 
Case, F. I. 
Casey, Dennis F. 
Casey, J. M. 
Cermak, Michael 
Cherkes, J. G. 
Chmielewski, F., & Co. 
Cohen, J. E. 
Collins, James E. 
Colpitts Bros. 
Congdou, J. W. 
Connelly, C. E. 

Constantinople Bakery & Groe. Co. 
Cook, Maggie 
Cooper, E. L. 
Corbin, F. C. 
Cordon Bros. 
Coty, E. . 
Craver, M. E. 
Cronin, James P. 
Crowell, Wm. M. 
Davis, Fred E. 
Dunning Grocery Co. 
Dwyer, Edward J. 
ELY, S. MILLS, CO. See adv. 
Fada, Julia 
Feinberg, L. 
Field, C. E. 



Fish & Co. 

Fisher, M. J. & G. L. 

Fleming, S. M. 

Folts, W. A. 

Furman & Luce 

Gallo, M. A. 

Gallo, N. 

Gathany, Arthur F. 

Gee, Wm. 

Greacen, T. M. 

Greenblatt, Harry 

Grocers ' Supply Co. 

Grover, Wm. A. 

Guilfoyle, T. E. 

Guinaue, Thos. F. 

Hall, J. E. 

Hall, L. C. 

Harding, E. S. 

Harrison, J. A. 

Hawkins, C. C. 

Hein, Ernest 

Heitzman, E. H. 

Hollister, A. B. 

Holmes, Fred 

Houghtaliug, Peter 

JAMESON-BOYCE CO., 69 Fayette 

St. See adv. 
Johnson & Andrews 
Joines, Thos. B. 
Jones, Samuel • 



Frank B. Newell, Pres. 



E. S. Truesdell, Sec'y & Treas. 



Newell & Truesdell Co. 

IMPORTERS and WHOLESALE GROCERS 

Teas, Coffees, Molasses, Canned Goods 



21-29 Lewis Street 



BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 



52-60 Prospect Avenue 



LEE IVIERSEREALJ 

Real Estate, Insurance & Loans 
Farnns a Specialty 



Bell F*tione 



1S3 Wasliington Street, 
BIIMGHAIVITOIM, INJ. Y. 



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GROCERS— Continued. 
BiNGHAMTON — Kabat, John 
Kark, W. H. 
Kata, B. 
Keeler, Chas. 
Keller, Frank 
Keller, W. A. 
Kliouskj^, Mrs. Bessie 
Klionsky, Fanny 
Koffman, B. 
Lake & Buffum 
Lasher, Geo. B. 
Lee & Heath 
Leonard, Geo. C. 
Lepshutz Bros. 
Levine, Mrs. Eebecca 
Lewis, G. F. 
Lion Store 
Lipoids, Michael 
Loos, Peter 
McBurney, J. S. 
McGlynn, C. J. 
McGowan, C. T. 
McKINNEY & CO., 184-lSS State St. 

See adv. 
MeKinney & Foley 
McKinney, Geo. F. 
McTighe Grocery Co. 
Mackin & Clark 
Macindoe, James 



Manning, Alex. D. 

Marione, C. 

Marsh, A. J. 

Marsh, M. S. 

Martin, John 

Marvin, G. A. 

Mee, J. H. 

Menzel, Wm. A. 

Merrihew, A. L. R. 

Micsaj, Steve 

Milks, H. H. 

Miller, Mrs. E. G. 

Miluszevicus, Michael 

Mohican Co., The 

Mulford & Brokaw 

NEWELL & TRUESDELL CO., 21- 

29 Lewis St & 52-60 Prospect Ave. 

See adv. 
Neville, M. W. 
Nolan & Rooney 
Nonni, N. 
Norbont, John 
O'Brien Bros. 
O'Brien, A. 
O'Brien, B. 
O'Brien, Mrs. D. 
Oliver, E. H. 
Orzol, Mary 
Osborn, Lewis E. 
Parce, Irwin B. 



>> 



Pittston Coal "Get The Best 
CENTRAL COAL YARD 

JAMES E. GORMAN, Manager 

339 State Street and 73 Prospect Avenue 

BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 



Bell Phone 890 



W. T. CORNELL 

Funeral Dire ctor a nd Embalmer 
S ERVIC E , 

For 50 years the name Cornell has been known in the under- 
taking business in Binghamton. Automobile equipment 

68 Henry Street, Binghamton, N. Y. 

211 



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GENERAL STORE 

and 

Russell-Spaulding Co/s 
Baked Goods 



J. D. YOUNGS 



Port Crane 



New York 



GENERAL STORE 

and 

Russell-Spaulding Co.'s 
Baked Goods 

GEO. WOODARD & SON 

W. Colesville New York 



GROCERIES AND FEED 

and 

Russell-Spaulding Co.'s 
Baked Goods 

A. JENKINS & CO. 



Sanitaria Springs 



New York 



DEPARTMENT STORE 

and 

Russell-Spaulding Co/s 
Baked Goods 

WM. DENNING 

Whitney Point New York 



GENERAL STORE 

and 

Russell-Spaulding Co.'s 
Baked Goods 

TYMESON BROS. 

Maine New York 



GROCERIES 



and 



Russell-Spaulding Co/s 
Baked Goods 

W. E. DYER 

Maine New York 



GROCERIES AND MEAT 

and 

Russell-Spaulding Co/s 
Baked Goods 

C. H. CRISMAN 

Deposit New York 



GROCERIES 



and 



Russell-Spaulding Co/s 
Baked Goods 

H. E. HUNTINGTON 

McClure Settlement New York 



Russell-Spaulding Co/s 
Baked Goods 

HIRAM KING 

Whitney Point . New York 



GENERAL STORE 

and 

Russell-Spaulding Co/s 
Baked Goods 

C. G. HORTON 

Chenango Bridge New York 



212 



CLASSIFIED BUSINESS DIEECTOEY 



GROCERIES 

and 

Russell-Spaulding Co.'s 
Baked Goods 



L. P. BENNETT 



Windsor 



New York 



GROCERIES 

and 

Russell-Spaulding Co/s 
Baked Goods 

M. J. LIVINGSTON 

Windsor New York 



GENERAL STORE 

and 

Russell-Spaulding Co/s 
Baked Goods 

H. W. MANWARREN 

Windsor New York 



GENERAL STORE 

and 

Russell-Spaulding Co/s 
Baked Goods 



F. B. TWINING 



Hooper 



New York 



GENERAL STORE 

and 

Russell-Spaulding Co/s 
Baked Goods 

G. B. STONE 

Corbettsville New York 



GENERAL STORE 

and 

Russell-Spaulding Co/s 
Baked Goods 



R. M. HAYES 



Conklin 



New York 



GROCERIES 

and 



Russell-Spaulding Co/s 
Baked Goods 

C. D. HAYNES 

Deposit New York 



GROCERIES 

and 



Russell-Spaulding Co.'s 
Baked Goods 

W. J. WHITNEY 

San ford New York 



CONFECTIONERY AND GROCERIES 

and 

Russell-Spaulding Co/s 
Baked Goods 

J. F. SULLIVAN 

Whitney Point New York 



RESTAURANT 

and 

Russell-Spaulding Co/s 
Baked Goods 

H. M. SULLIVAN 

WTiitney Point New York 



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GROCERS — Continued. 
BiNGHAMTON — Parce, Kobert A. 
Page, H. D. 
Parsons, F. C. 
Paterson, J. 
Pearis Bros. 
Perrault, Geo. P., Est. 
Petras, John 
Phillips Bros. 
Pines Cash Grocery 
Pitkin, L. 
Pitkin, O. N. 
Powers & Pierson 
Preston, A., & Co. 
Preuss, H. G. 
Ramonsky, S. 
Eegon, John 
Rider, A. J. 
Riley, Edward W. 
Ring, Ellen E. 
Ring, John F. 
Risi, Joseph 
Rockwell, J. A. 
Rosenthal, F. B. 
Rosenthal, L. 
Rozefsky, Mrs. Bertha 
Sampson, D. ~B. 
Sawyer, L. D. 
Schanz, J. J. & F. W. 
Scott, Fred J. 



Sherwood, E. L. 
Shimbo, James 
Shrekengast, H. B. 
Silver & Holsberg 
Silver, E. 
Siver, W. H. 
Sleeper, Geo. M. 
Smith, Miles S., Store 
Spearbeek, B. 
Springer, H. G. 
Stankiewicz, Frank 
Stever, A. J. 
Struppler, A. H. 
Terrell, Elmer G. 
Terry, Alonzo J. 
Ttayer, S. W. 
Thompson, W. Frank 
VanKuren, S. N. 
Van Patten, F. W. 
Van Voree, Wm. 
Walsh, Mrs. Anna D. 
Warner & May 
Weiss, Ignatz G. 
West Side Grocery Co. 
White, Jos. 
Wightman, W. C. 
Wilbur, M. D. 
Wilson, W. H. 
Wisner, S. F. 
Wisner, Wm. R. 



Lake Avenue Hotel 

AND 

Farmers Exchange 



Andrew Vavra, Prop. 



BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 



A. A. HUMISTON & SON 

HOME CONTRACTORS 
AND BUILDERS 



PHONE 



Estimates Gladly Given 

PERMANENT ADDRESS 

NINEVEH 



N. Y. 



214 



CLASSIFIED BUSINESS DIEECTOEY 



- GROCERS— Continued. 

BiNGHAMTON — Woolsey, Mrs. M. E. 

World Grocery Co. 

Wright, H. H. 

Young, C. L. 

Zurner, Geo. L. 
Castle Creek — Tonnaut, C. J. 
Center Village — Dilello, Louis 
Chenango Forks — Hemmingway, Mrs. 
J. E. 

Eittenburg, M. 

Eittenburg, S. E. 

Porter, James W. 
Deposit — Axtell, S. II. 
• Axtel, S. H., & Son 

Carpenter, Mary Z. 

Chrisman, Chas. H. 

HAYNES, C. D, See adv. 

Huntington, H. E. 

Madigau, Chas. E. 

Hall "& Madigan 

Puffer, H. G. 

Simpson, Mrs. Martha E. 
Endicott— Bararicella, P. 

Blackwell, Mrs. G. E. ' 

Brooks & Stanley 

Capitan Bros. 

Cerosara, Dominick 

Cordileoue & Cinotti 



DeLamarter Bros. 

Dobrovolsky, Joseph 

Downey & Goff 

Fellows, E. D. 

Fillmore Grocery Co. 

Hannay, H. F. 

Kohut, J. B. 

La Gier, Mrs. E. M. 

Lipolis, M. 

Luchette & Meich 

Luke, Chas. 

Mahais, Chris 

Mann, W. A., & Sons 

Markos Bros. 

Marekos Spyros Co. 

Maxwell, E. C. 

Mosher, J. Monroe 

Nicolarius, A, 

Ostroski, G. 

Pinaro, V., & Co. 

Presowitz, P. F. 

Searls, F. D. 

Simpson & McDaid 

Sperduti, Daniel 

Theodore, Henry 

Tedeschi, Joseph, & Co. 

Yusko, John 
Glen Aubrey — Treadwell, W. B. 
Gulf SuMMiT-^Shiner, Chas. D. 



F. B. McGILL, President JAMES F. McGILL, Sec'y and Treas- 

DEPOSIT HARDWARE COMPANY 

DEALER IN 

HARDWARE, TINWARE, STOVES and RANGES 
PAINTS, OILS and VARNISHES 

PLUMBING, a Specialty— TIN and METAL WORK of all Kinds 
STEAM and HOT WATER HEATING FURNACES 

The store that gives 5% Discount 
on all cash purchases 



DEPOSIT, N. Y. 



HARRY 


C. PERKINS 


CHARLES G. BLAKESLEE 




Perkins 


& Blakeslee 




ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS- AT- LAW 




618 Security 


Mutual Life Building 




Binghamton, N. Y. | 


Notary 


Public in Office 





215 



BROOME COUNTY 



GROCERS — Coutiiiued. 
Johnson City — Atwood, W. L. 

Barnum, Fred 

Camp, A. 

Chauncey & Kraiis 

Darrow, Lewis W. 

De Groat, H. E. 

Ellis, Henry C. 

Hagadorn, Frank E. 

Hancock, H. D. 

Hillary, E. 

King, G. H. 

Lyon & Braemer 

Eyau, Wm. J. 

Stevens & Brown 

Spencer, Harriet 

Spearbeck, D. E. 

Van Fleet, B. C. 
Uppkr Lisle — Brannon, Mrs. F. P. 
McClure Settlement — HtJNTING- 

TON, H. E. See adv." 
Maine— DYER, W. E. See adv. 

Loomis, M. a. 
OuAQUAGA — Wylie, A. H. 
Port Crane — Snow, Henry M. 
Port Dickinson — Nash & Shaw 

Prentice, Bert A. 
Sanford— WHITNEY, W. J. See adv. 



Sanitaria Springs — JENKINS, A., & 

CO. See adv. 
Triangle — ^Beardslcy, D. W. 
Union — Le Baron, J. E., & Son 

Buffum, Geo. L., & Son 

Gibbs, Wm. 

Ingi-aham, J. W. 

Loomis, M. A. 

Sweet, E. A. 
Vestal Center — Ainey, H. L. 
Whitney Point — Ross, John 

SULLIVAN, J. F. See adv. 
Windsor— BENNETT, L. P. See adv. 

LIVINGSTON, M. J. See adv. 

MANWARREN, H. W. See adv. 

HAIRDRESSERS AKD 
HAIRGOODS. 

Binghamton — Albro, Mrs. Mary 
Biiiley, Mrs. May 
Bartholomew, Mrs. J. L. 
Benekmann, Miss E. 
Heffernan, Margaret I. 
Jones, Mrs. Carrie T. 
Lacey, Margaret L. 
Moriarity, Mary 
Plate, Miss J. 
Puffer, Mrs. ,Mary 



. B. UPDIKE 

The Horse Tailor ' 



Fine Track Harness and Horse Boots 

All Kinds of Repairing Done Neatly 

74 STATE STREET BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 



The People's Department Store 

Dry Goods, Shoes, Hosiery, Underwear, 
Ladies* and Gents' Furnishings, Rugs, 
Carpets, Furniture and House Furnishings. 

S. O. SALEEBY 



106 Clinton Street 



BIMGHA.1VIXOIM, IM. Y. 



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CLASSIFIED BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



HAIRDRESSERS AND HAIRGOODS 

— ( 'ontimu:"!]. 
BiNGHAMTON — Seanlon, M. H. 

Whitaker, Lillian 
Endicott — Chandonne, H. P. 
Lisle — Graves, Nellie 

HARDWARE. 

BiXGHAMTox — BABCOCK, HINDS & 

UNDERWOOD, 174 Washingtou St. 

See adv. 
Binghamton Ildwe. Sper-ialty Co. 
Callahau & Douglas 
Crandal, Stone & Co. 
CROCKER & OGDEN CO., Court & 

Chenango Sts. See adv. 
Eisenhart, Grace L. 
Gordon, Hitrrv A. 
Hakes, Clias. 'll. 
Harris, Geo. M. 
Hathaway, H. IT. 
Keiser, Geo. 
McKINNEY & CO., 184-188 State St. 

See adv. 
MeLeod, W. J. 
Matteson, Orlando 
Merritt & Nelson 
Obenauer, C. 
Titus, A. L. 



Chenango Forks — Palmer, A. L. 

Deposit— DEPOSIT HARDWARE CO. 

See adv. 
MINOR, A. P., & SON, 132 Front St. 
See adv. 
Endicott — Kneen, James 

Russell &■ Card ^*" 

HARPURSViLLE-^Demeree, G. F. 
Johnson City — Daj^, C. N. 
MAiNE-^Dyer, W. E. 

Union — Inderlied & Raitt ' 
Lawless, F. J. 
Surdani, W. M. 

Whitney Point — Bull & Dewsnap Hdwe. 
Co. 
Taft, R. W. 

Windsor— MANWARREN, H. W. See 
adv. 
SIMPKINS, E. I. See adv. 

HARNESS. 

Binghamton — Buchanan, .Geo. 
Murphy, John D. 
O 'Neil, Simon 
Tuthill, B. J. 

UPDIKE, M. B., 74 State St. See 
adv. 



NEWLY FURNISHED THROUGHOUT 

Hotel Edward 

EI>\VARI> KAGA>. I»ro|.V. 

American and European Plan 

Grill Room in Connection 

BELL -PHONE 701-j 71-73 COLLIER STREET, BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 



WANTED 

IVIILK 

From 200 Grade B Dairies 

CLOVER-DALE FARMS CO. 



Phone 661 



60 Exchange St. BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 



;i7 



BECOME COUNTY 



HARNESS— Continued. 
Deposit — Hathaway, John B. 
Endicott — Barton, Edw. W. 

Johnson City— STEVENS, A. D. Bee 

adv.^ 

Lisle — Yates, G. T>. 

Whitney Point — ITarwood, Chas. H. 

HEATING APPARATUS. 

BiNGHAMTON — Chenango Valley Heat- 
ing Co. 

Crane & Page 

Folsom, R. W. 

GALORD & EITAPENCE CO., 179 
Washington St. See adv. 

Kennedys, The 

LEWIS, M. E., 79 State St. See adv. 

O'Neil, Matthew 

PRESCOTT SUPPLY CO., 207 Water 
St. See adv. 

Johnson City — Austin, O. M. 
HIDES AND WOOL. 

BiNGHAMTON — Pinkie, B. S. 

TALBOTT, P. W., & SONS. See adv. 



HOSE. 

BiNGHAMTON — Alert Hose Co. 

Crystal Hose Co. 
Deposit — Nei)tune Hose Co. 

HOTELS. 
BiNGHAMTON — ARLINGTON HOTEL, 

See adv. 
Armory Hotel 

BENNETT HOTEL. See adv. 
Binghanitonian, Tlie 
Brown, H. W. 
Cadillac Hotel 
Cahill, E. G. 
Connelly, E. P. 
Connelly, N. M. 
Davis, Harry E. 
Davis, M. C. 
Delello, Alesio 
' DONNELLY HOTEL, THE, 82 State 

St. See adv. 
Donnelly, John H. 
Prost, R. H. 
GEORGIANA HOTEL, THE. See 

adv. 
Glazier, Geo. M., Jr. 
Green, Edward J. 
HASTINGS, DANIEL, 352 Chenango 

St. See adv. 



SHADY LAWN TRUCK FARM 



BELL AND CHENANGO VALLEY 
TELEPHONES 



E. D. CHAMBERLAIN 

PRODUCER OF 

FRUIT AND GARDEN PRODUCE 

Strawberries a Specialty 
R. F. D. No. 4 BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 



AMERICAN PLAN 



EUROPEAN PLAN 



THE NEW McDonald 

George E, Rowe, Proprietor 

ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT 

Cor. Lewis and Fayette Streets 



BINGHAMTON 



NEW YORK 



218 



CLASSIFIED BUSINESS DIRECTOEY 



HOTELS — Continued. 
BiNGHAMTON — HORR, W. A., Washing- 
ton St. See adv. 

HOTEL CARLTON, 120 Chenango St. 
See adv. 

HOTEL EDWARDS, 71-73 Collier St. 
See adv. 

HOTEL ENDISHIRE, i:jO Water St. 
See ad\. * 

Ilutta, Fred 

Imperial Hotel 

Kennedy-Tierney Co. 

KING, GEO. W., 130-132 Water St. 
See adv. 

King & Kennedy 

KOCAK, JACOB, 17 Hudson St. See 
adv. 



Lewis St. 

P. 

R. 



See adv. 



Lewis House 
LOOMIS, A. L. 

Mi'Cormack, A. 

McCormaek, J. 

McCoy, Harry J. 

New Hotel McDonald 

Marlborough Hotel 

Martino, John 

Majercek, G. N. 

METRUS, JOHN, 21 Crandall St. 

adv. 
Miries, M. 



See 



NEW McDonald hotel, 102 

Lewis St. Sec adv. 
NEW CRANDALL HOTEL, 127 137 

Court St. See adv. 
New Globe Hotel 
Nolan, T. L. 
O'Hara, W. L. 
Palmer & Loomis 
RAGAN, E. M. See adv. 
Rowe, C. E., & Son 
Rozboril, John 
Savoia Hotel 
Shay, Richard A. 
Sibley, Chas. E. 
Sorrento Hotel 
Ticknor, F. L., & Son 
Tumposkys Hotel 
VAVRA, ANDREW, 54 Lake Ave. 

See adv. 
Wales, C. S. 
WINDSOR HOTEL, 201-203 State St. 

See adv. 

Camillus — Haney & Donnelly 
Center Lisle — Cox, G. W.' 
Chenango Bridge — Krom, Wm. 
Chenango Forks — Gardner, D. S. 
Deposit — Hotel Loomis 

MORAN HOUSE, THE. See adv. 



NASH & IVIAREAN 

GENERAL INSURAMCE 

Fire, Automobile, I^iat>ilitX9 

Workmen's Compensation, Bonds 

Strongest Old Line Companies 

PEOPLE'S TRUST CO. BUILDING 



eirSJGHAIVIXON 



NEW YORK 



CASE & SMITH 

DEALERS IN 

FLOUR, FEED, MEAL AND GRAIN 

Custom Grinding a Specialty 
CENTER VILLAGE, N. Y. 



219 



BROOME COUNTY 



HOTELS— Continued. 
Endicott — Donio Hotel 

Frederick Hotel 

Mattoon, Lewis S. 
Johnson City — Smith, Otto 
KiRKWOOD — Juriga, John J). 
Lisle — Burtis, O. A. 
Maine— DANIELS, CHARLES E. Ses 
adv. 

WILLOWHURST HOTEL, THE 
See adv. 
Nineveh — Stiels, Olney L. 
Oquaga Lake — Putnam, W. J. 

Hotel Eetlaw 

Scott, R. L. 
Sanitaria Springs — Cannon, Chas. 

Hoag, R. S. 

Mountain Inn 

Odell Hotel 
Upper Lisle — Greens Hotel 

Greene, Riley J. 
Whitney Point— Dyer, Morritt 

Oakland Hotel 

Otselic Inn 

Perry, C. D. 

Sullivan, Geo. H. 
Windsor — EAGLE HOTEL. See adv. 

QUICK, S. P. See adv. 



HOTEL WINDSOR. See 

Perkins, A. O. 



dv. 



HOUSE FURNISHINGS. 

Binghamton— FAIR STORE, THE, 1.3- 

15 ('oui't St. See adv. 
GRIFFIN HOUSE FURNISHING 

CO., Il2;i state St. See adv. 
HILLS, McLean & HASKINS. See 

adv. 
McMANAMY & RODMAN, H9-41 

CbiMianno St. Sec adv. 
Peojile's House Furnishing Co. 
Weingartner & Clune 

ICE. 

Binghamton — Binghamton Cold Stor- 
age & Ice Co. 
Cutler Ice Co. 
Johnson City — Boweu, E. E. 
Union— Neff, F. P. 

ICE CREAM MANUFACTURERS. 

Binghamton — BINGHAMTON ICE 
CREAM CO., 319 Water St. See 
adv. 
HILL, C. L., 11 Wall St. See adv. 

Union Center — O. K. Ice Cream Co. 

Windsor — BARTON, H. A. See adv. 



ROSE FARM AND 
^^ CITY REALTY 

636 SECURITY BLDG., Binghamton, N. Y. 

We always have a large list of city property to exchange for 
farms. What have you to sell or exchange? Write us to-day. 



H. W. Brown 
Owner 



THE CARLTON 



C. A. Hammond 
Mana' er 



BINGHAMTON'S NEWEST HOTEL 

125 ROOMS OF SOLID COMFORT 

THE SAME PRICE EVERY TRIP 

WITH BATH, $1.25 and $1.50 WITHOUT BATH, $1.00 

EVERY ROOM WITH H(JT AND COLD WATER, TEI>EPHONE AND TOILET 

FTTPOPFATV PT A M breakfast 25c to 75c 

I1.UI\.WI^I1./\1> rl_./\lN luncheon 40c dinner 50c 

ALSO A LA CARTE SERVICE and LUNCH ROOM 
Arrange Your Route to Sunday Here - - - BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 



220 



CLASSIFIED EUSINESS DIRECTOEY 



ICE CREAM CONE 
MANUFACTURERS. 
BiNGHAMTON — CTraiigei" & Gautley 

INSTALLMENT GOODS. 

BiNGHAMTuX — Schw^bsky, N. 

INSURANCE. 

BiXGHAMTOX — Barnum, L. H. 

BAUMANN, F. J., 416 Security Mut. 

Bldg. See adv. 
Britton, Orson 
BYRNES & MANGAN, 204-205 

Phelps Bldg. See adv. 
Campbell & North & Co. 
Carroll, Jno. F. 
Church, Harry W. 
Columbia Natl. Ins. Co. 
Dalv, James 
DeWitt, M. A. 
Eckert, Martin J. 
Gladstone, D. G. 
Guy, Manco L. 
Harding, Albert H. 
Hecox, Wm. H. 
Hennessey, J. F. 
Home Mutual Fire Ins. Co. 
HOTCKIN, 71 Court St. See adv. 
Lynch, Jno. .J. 



Maine, C. W. 

McKeage, B. F. 

MERSEREAU, LEE, 15.3 Washington 
St. See adv. 

Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. 

Mintz, Harry 

Mitchell & Steele 

NASH & MAREAN, Peoples Trust 
Co. Bldg. See adv. 

NELSON, WADSWORTH & ALEX- 
ANDER, 95 Court St. See adv. 

New York Life Insurance Co. 

Northup, Walter P. 

O'NEIL, GEO. L., Phelps Bldg. See 
adv. 

Peltou, C. A. 

Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co. 

Phelps & Tweedy 

Pomeroy, M. E. 

Prudential Insurance Co. 

RIKER & DANN, 1st Floor Security 
Bldi;-. Sec adv. 

Roberts, A. K. 

ROSE, EDGAR O., 6.36 Security Bldg. 
See adv. 

Schad, J. A^ictor 

Security Mutual Life Ins. Co. 

Shaw, Danl. E. 

Smith, H. Clay 

Steele & Davis 



We are headquarters for 

Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry and Silverware 

at Reliable Prices 

Watch and Jewelry Repairing a Specialty 
"The Jeweler of True Values'* 

Tracy E. Darrow 

301-302 Press Bldg. : Binghamton, N. Y. 



Hotchkiss Steel Forms 



For Concrete Work 
of All Kinds 

Pays the farmer as well as the contractor 

Make Your Own Fence Posts, Cement Blocks and Silos 

Forms for $3.00 and up, single form or in gangs 
WRITE TO 

HOTCHKISS METAL FORM CO. 

1 9 Jarvis Street, Binghamton, N. Y. 



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INSURANCE— ('outiinied. 

BiNGHAMTON — Steele, Geo. E. 
Taylor & McKeage 
Taylor, Edw. B. 
Thompson, A. D. 
Travelers Insurance Co. 
Vesy, Carl J. 
Whipple-Davis Agency 
Wilniot, Orrin C. 
Wilson, Thos. E. 
Wood, Erford L. 
Deposit — ONDERDONK, L. GENE- 
VIEVE, Front St. See adv. 
Johnson City— BROWN, JOHN A., 122 

Main St. See adv. 
Maine — Bronk, Wm. 
Union— MacCLORY, THOS. A. See 

adv. 
Whitney Point — MAY, S. A., Main St. 
See adv. 
Page, J. W. 

TYLER, A. C. See adv. 
Windsor — MANWARREN, GEORGE. 
See adv. 

IRON AND METAL. 

BiNGHAMTON — ^BisllOp, W. K. 

Clarke, Wm. H. 



HOTCHKISS LOOK METAL FORM 
COMPANY, 16 Jarvis St. See adv. 
Kingsley, L. J., Co. 
Konick, Morris 
Eeynolds & Hawley 
States Metal Co. 
Sullivan Bros. / 
Titchener Iron Wks.- 

JEWELERS. 

BiNGHAMTON — Abrams, Abe 
Ash, Benj. T. 
CARTER, FRED P., 20 Court St. 

See adv. 
DARROW, TRACY E., 302 Press 

Bldg. See adv. 
Gilinsky & Bilcoviteh 
Hancock 
HENWOOD, J. M., Press Bldg. See 

adv. 
Hoag, H. V. 
Jackson, W. A. 
Lang, Henry 
Leonard, A. M. 
LOWELL, JONES & BAILEY, INC., 

95 State St. See adv. 
Newing, J. S. 
Eees, M. H. 
Eussell & O'Brien 
Sanford, E. N. 



AUSTIN'S TRUNK SHOP 

TRUNKS— BAGS— LEATHER GOODS 
CASES— UMBRELLAS 

We make, we wholesale and retail 
If it's worth while we have it for you. 

2 Court St. - - Binghamton, N. Y. 



BYRNES & MANGAN 

Insurance of All Kinds 

PHONE 2653J 

204-205 Phelps Bldg. Binghamton, N. Y. 



CLASSIFIED BUSINESS DIRECTOKY 



JEWELERS — ^Continiied. 
BiNGHAMTON-^Schaff, Samuel 
Smith, Carl G. 
Soloman, Wm. L. 
Stone, Fred B. 
SWEET BROTHERS, 37 Chenango 

St. See adv. 
Sweet, L. O. 
Taylor, C. E. 
Tomassi, Isadore 
Tozer, R. E. 
Tyler, M. S. 
Wales Co. 

Center Lisle — Pope, Lynn 

Chenango Forks — Elliott, A. B. 

Deposit— CARL, LESLIE E., 145 Front 
St. See adv. 
Russell, Leroy E. 

Endicott — Berkowitz, Saul 
Bobier, S. Z. 
Leonard, Roy L., Co. 

Johnson City — Ash, John W. 
Sloan, Morris 
Spies, Max 

Union — Whitney, Harry D. 

Whitney Point — Daniels, G. H. 



JUNK. 

BiNGHAMTON — Lcvene Sons 

LAUNDRIES. 

BiNGHAMTON — Bates-Troy Laundry Co. 

Belknap, Wayne P. 

Davis & Sweeney 

Davis, E. H. 

Globe Laundry Co. 

Ives, Louis 

North Side Laundry 

Norton & Devine 

Sanitary Wet Wash Laundry 

Shoemaker, W. A., & Son 

Sweeney, M. H. 

West Side Laundry 
Deposit — Dwyer, M. E. 
Johnson City — Lestershire Modern 
Laundry 

LEATHER GOODS. 

BiNGHAMTON — American Hide & Lea- 
ther Co. 

AUSTINS TRUNK SHOP, 2 Court 
St. See adv. 

HILLS, McLEAN & HASKINS. Sec 
adv. 

Wilcox, Harrison J. 



Fred E. Seaman 

Livery and Sales Stables 

Dealer in all Classes of Horses 
35 State Street, Binghamton, New York 



R. R. GRISWOLD 

LUMBER 

Shingles, Lath, Doors, Windows, 



Blinds, Mouldings 



214-226 State Street 



BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 



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LIGHT AND POWER. 

BiNOiiAMToN— BINGHAMTON LIGHT, 
HEAT & POWER CO., 17:2 Wash 
iugtou St. See. adv. 
Binghamton Gas Works 
Day, Frauk A. 
Electric Light Co. 
McMANAMY & RODMAN, 39-41 

Chenango St. See adv. 
Sewage Disposal & Water Plant Co. 
Center Village — Afton-Windsor Light, 

Heat & Power Co. 
Deposit — Deposit Water Co. 
Endicott — English, R. 11. 
Johnson City — Johnson City Water 

Works 
Nanticokb-Union — Union Elec. Light 

Plant 
Vestal — Vestal Lighting Co. 

LIME AND SAND. 

Binghamton — Ballard, J. W., Co. 

Endicott — Coles, G. T. 

Port Dickinson— PARSONS, FRED 

W. See adv. 
Syracuse— SOLVAY PROCESS CO., 

THE. See adv. 



LINEN AND WOOLEN GOODS. 

Binghamton — Bowes, A. L., & Co. 
Sharp Linen Mills 

LINOTYPES. 

Binghamton — Beardsley, Ir\ing, Co. 

LIQUORS. 

Binghamton — Buchanan, C. H. 
Bnffum, Benj. B. 
Garvey, H. G. & W. A. 
Hanrahan, E. M., Co. 
Rah illy, W. F. 
Salznian, M., Co. 
Vill, Max 
Wagner, L. E. 

LIVERY. 

Binghamton — Beagle, Theo. D. 
Cafferty, L. M. 
Clarke, W. B. 
TIadsell, W. T. 
ITinniau, Ered H. 
Kellam, S. P. 
Loomis & Smith 
Moffitt's, B. O., Sons 
Ross, E; J. 

SEAMAN, FRED E., 29-.3.5 State St. 
See adv. 



BELL TELEPHONE 

ISAAC LAUDER & SON 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Mausoleums : Monuments 
and All Kinds of Cemetery Work 

Estimates Furnished on Request :: A Full Stock Always on Hand 
"Quality Our Motto" 

59-61-63 Eldredge St., BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 

North of Viaduct, Near Chenango St. 



Automobi 


le 


I^ 


epaiiriiio 


and IVlacl^ 


ine 


WopR 


Saw, Meat 


and 


Feed 


Grinders 


S. W. KEACH 


Happursville, 






New York 



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LIVERY— Continued. 
Deposit— Childs, G. L. 

Wilcox, Fred D. 
Endicott — Clark, Stanley 
Harpursville — ^Baker, Mrs. Geo. ^^ 
Union — Adams, F. A. 
Whitney Point — Li verm ore, Miles 

LUMBER. 

BiNGHAMTOX— BARTLETT & CO., ;;.3 

Collier 8t. See adv. 
BROWN-KENT-JACKSON, Belknap 

Ave., Cor. Glenwood. See adv. 
Cotton State Lumber Co. 
Crossley, A. C. 
Dare Lumber Co. 
GRISWOLD, R. R., 214-226 State St. 

See adv. 
Lest Lumber & Box Co. 
Lvons ', A. J., Sous 
MADDOCK, MARTIN E. See adv. 
^lurjihv, Wm. R. 
PRATT LUMBER CO., INC., Jarvis 

St. See adv. 
ROBERSON, A., & SON. See adv. 
Rounds, J. D. 
Smith, Claremont E. 
A^an Antwerp, E. D. & Wm. 
Young, H. H. 



Deposit— DEPOSIT LUMBER CO., 190- 
194 Front St. See adv. 
Slatter, S. C. 
Endicott— ENDICOTT LUMBER & 
BOX Co. .See adv. 
j:_^, LIGHT & UNKEFER, W. North St. 
. ' See adv. 
Harpursville — Lockwood, E. 
Johnson City — Lestershire Lumber & 

Box Co. 
Killawog — Hilsinger, E. D. & P. 

Hitt, T. R. 
Lisle — Edwards Bros. 
Maine — Mclntyre, C. F. 
Sanitaria Springs — Christ 'nan, George 
Union Center — Howard, B. 
Union — Mclntyre, C. F. 

STEVENS, HARRY F., Nantieoke St. 
See adv. 
Windsor — Hawkins, Irving L. 
QUICK, S. P. See ad% . 

MACHINERY AND MACHINISTS. 

BiNGHAMTON — ^Blughamton Flexible 
Shaft Co. 
Binghamton Machine & Forging Co. 
Binwhamton Machine Works 



Albert P. Minor Clinton S. Minor 

1830—1915 

ALBERT P. MINOR & SON 

Hardware, Stoves, Tinware, Agricultural Implements 

Paints, Oils and Varnishes 
Plumbing, Steam and Hot Water Heating, Perfect Furnaces 

Estimates Cheerfully Furnished 

132 Front Street - - - - DEPOSIT, N. Y. 



WELSH &, COUPER 

ATTORNEYS &. COUNSELORS AT LAW 

303 PHELPS BUILDING 

BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 



William J. Welsh 
Frederick W. Welsh 
Walter T. Couper 



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MACHINERY AND MACHINISTS 

— Contiuued. 
BiNGHAMTON — ^Buckingham, W. H. 

Bush & Marion 

Central Machine Shop . 

Deyo Maeey Engine Co. 

Elco Engineering Co. 

Empire Brass Foundry 

Engineering Problem Co. 

Fairbanks Co. 

Gasparini, Paul 

Gaylor Engineering & Construction 
Co. 

Gay's, E., Sons 

Globe Boiler Compound Co. 

Kaepple, G. G. 

McGill, Chas. E. 

Morse, E. W., Co. 

Nash & Shaw 

Sharp, W. M., Co. 

Shapley & Wells 

Springstein, L. W. 

Stow Manufacturing Co. 

Tabulating Machine Co. 

Titchener, E. H., & Co. 

Wells, Geo. P. 

Wilbur, Fred H., & Son 

Winkler, A. 

York Gasoline Engine Co. 
Endicott — Conrow & Hamlin 



Endicott Forging & Mfg. Co. 

Tabulating Machine Co. 
Harpursville— KEACH, S. W. See 

adv. 
Johnson City — Pratt, E., & Son 

Sweet Bros. 

Union Special Machine Co. 

United Shoe Mach. Co. 

Wakeman, Chas. H. 

Willis, Jess 
MoClure Settlement — Hull, Chas., Jr. 
Union — Union Forging Co. 

MARBLE AND GRANITE. 

BiNGHAMTON — Birdsall, W. H. 

LAUDER, ISAAC, & SON, 59-63 
Eldredge St. See adv. 

Jennings, W. S. 

Riverside Granite Co. 

Sheehey, E. J. 
Endicott — ^Spencer, W. H. 
KiLLAWOG — Taft, W. L. 

MEN'S FURNISHINGS. 

BiNGHAMTON — Ball, L. W. 
Cohn Clothing Co. 
Grube & Butcher 
Hancock, E. S. 



We carry the largest stock of 

Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, Silverware, Cut 
Glass and Novelties 

in the city of Binghamton and our prices are unquestionably the lowest 

LOWELL, JONES & BAILEY, Inc. 



We do all kinds of 
Watch and Jewelry Repairing 



ONE FLIGHT UP 



95 State Street 
BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 



LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S FINE 

MILLINERY 

ALL THE YEAR ROUND AT 

ETTA SIMPSON, MILLINER 

:: WINDSOR. N. Y. 



MAIN STREET 



226 



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MEN'S FURNISHINGS— ( 'oiitinucd. 
Btnghamton — HILLS, McLEAN & 
HASKINS. See adv. 

JORDAN, F. L., & CO., 90 Chenango 
St. See adv. 

Morgan-Beazley Co. 

Parsons, J. T. 

Staneslow Clothes Shop 
Deposit — Fee, John 

Weaver, F. L. 
Endicott — Dyer, H. A. 

Roach, Anthony 
Johnson City — Eidelhcit, ITarry 

Ford, Wm. B. 

McTighe, Thos. 

Wildey, J. S. 

MEN'S WEAR 
MANUFACTURERS. 

BiNGHAMTON— Cary, James S., Co. 
Perfection Suspender Co. 
Smith-Kinney Co. 

MERCANTILE AGENCIES. 

BiNGHAMTON — Bradstreet Co. 
Progressive Mercantile Agcy. 
Richman Employment & Mercantile 
Agency 



Stewart Mercantile Agency 
Whitney Mercantile Agency 

MILLINERY. 

BiNGHAMTON — Baty, Mrs. G. 
Congdon, Lena V. 
Crane's Hat Store 
Davern, Josephine F. 
Feinbloom, Jos. 
Fruchter, A. 
Goodnought, Mary L. 
HILLS, McLEAN & HASKINS. See 

adv. 1 

Hill, Helen J. 
Hovey, Jessie 
International Millinery Co. 
Johnson, J. H., & Son 
Katz, Anna 
Kentner & Young 
Knickerbocker, E. A. 
Leader, The 
Lord, Mrs. Eldred 
Miller, M. 

Overfield, Katherine J. 
Parlor City Milliner 
Paris Millinery, The 
Prentice, Mrs." C. E. 
Raymond, J. E. 
Ruggles, A. & S. P. 
Sawyer, A. R., & Co. 



WORKERS TRUST COMPANY 

JOHNSON CITY, N. Y. 

Capital $100,000 

Surplus 25,000 

Deposits 1,500,000 

Business of Farmers, Merchants and Manufacturers Solicited 
"// we all work together we will grow bigger" 



STOP AT A. H. WILEY'S 

OUAQUAGA, N. Y. 

A Full Line of General and Fancy Merchandise 
HOME MADE ICE CREAM 

Ice Cream Soda and Soft Drinks of all Descriptions 

and Confectionery 

TOBACCO, CIGARS AND CIGARETTES 

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MILLINERY— Coiitiuued. 
BiNGHAMTOiss; — Tasnian, D. 
Terwilliger, Cora M. 
Whalen & Broughtor 
Wolfo, J. M. 
Wolfson, Miss Ada 
Wood & Maloney 

Deposit — Barager, Miss E. J. 
Hess, M. B." 
Quinn, Miss M. F. 

Endicott — Conrow, Mrs. W. F. 
Conley Sisters 
Stone, Agnes N. 
Williams, Viola A. 

Johnson City — Brott & Leonard 
Burner, Tingley & O 'Brien 

Union — Conrow, Mrs. W. F. 
Davies, Mrs. R. A. 

Whitney Point — ^Biddlecom, Mrs. K. 
Harding, Mabel 
Wood, Anna 

Windsor— SIMPSON, ETTA, Main St. 
See ad\'. 

MIRRORS. 

BiNGiiAMTOX — Biiiylianiton Mirror Wks. 



MOVERS. 
Windsor— SWEETS TRUCK SERV- 
ICE, :Un5 W. Binghamton St. See 
adv. 

NEWS AGENCIES. 

Binghamton — Bowklcy, fJeo. N. 

Central News Agency 
V Pierson, A. M. 

NEWSPAPERS. 

Binghamton — Binghamtonian & Demo- 
cratic News 
PRESS & LEADER, 19-21 Chenango 

St. See adv. 
REPUBLICAN HERALD. See adv. 

Deposit — Courier- Journal 
Harpursville — Budget 
Johnson City — Lestershire-Endioott Co. 
Lisle — Gleaner 

Union — UNION-ENDICOTT NEWS. 
See adv. 

Whitney Point — Eei)orter 

Windsor — WINDSOR STANDARD, 

THE. See adv. 





CARL 


G. 


SMITH 










OPTOMETRSST 


AND WATCHMAKER 






Watches, Diamor 


ds 




119 


STATE STREET 






Optical Goods 














Silverware 








BINGHAMTON, 


N. 


Y. 



We Buy 

Marketable Cattle and Poultry 

Breeders of 

PURE BRED HOLSTEINS 

WATSON TAPPAN & SON 
GLEN AUBREY - - _ NEW YORK 



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CLASSIFIED BUSINESS DIRECTOEY 



NOVELTIES AND VARIETIES. 

BiNGiiAMTON — Mead, F. T. 

Shultz Mfg. Co. 
Johnson City — Sweet, Mrs. Grace H. 

NURSES. 

BiNGHAMTON — Alluisi, Mrs. C. 
Bairstow, Joy 
Baumanu, Etta S. 
Bcchan, Elizabeth C. 
Bevins, S. Jane 
Bottle, A. F. 
Bovee, Julia 
Bradv, Mary 
Brink, Ruth S. 
Carpenter, Vera C. 
Carroll, Elizabeth V. 
Carroll, Margaret N. 
Chaplin, Miss Emnuv 
Church, Miss Grace 
Cole, Minnie E. 
Cooper, Mrs. Edw. 
Craig, Phebe G. 
Davis, Margaret 
Donahue, Rose T. 
Dunne, Anna E. 
Dunne, Margaret R. 
DuVall, Helen E. 
Edick, Nellie C. 



Edmunds, Katherine L. 
Fiulfcv, Katherine 
Flaherty, Elizabeth M. 
Flj'nn, Mary 
Ford, Mrs. Wni. J. 
Galivan, Mrs. Mayme 
Gay, Louise M. 
Gra}', Mardula C. 
Greene, Carrie E. 
Ilaniniitt, Olive A. 
Hanefin, Helen C. 
Harger, Zulenui A. 
Hayes, ,L. A. 
Hilleoas, Mrs. Carrie D. 
Hulbert, N. A. 
Ingwall, Dorothy M. 
Kane, Mrs. C. Teresa 
Kelm, Mrs. H. B. 
L'Anioreaux, Mrs. Mildred 
Lauder, Mrs. Gertrude " 
Lynch, Margaret V. 
McCormick, Elizabeth 
McCroskey, Mrs. Eva M. 
McGuiuness, Elizabeth P. 
Martin, Margaret 
Matson, Mrs. S. B. 
Maxson, Mrs. Ruin- 
Mead, Mrs. Emma 
Mott, Villa S. 
Moulton, Ethel 



EMERY KONECHNY 



DEALER IN 



Paints, Oils and Varnishes 

Wall Paper and Paper Hanging. Glass 

133 Clinton St. Binghamton, N.Y. 



ROGERS BABY CATCHER 


(Across from the Fowler) 


ROGERS 


Studio 20 Court Street Bell Phone 


BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 



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NURSES— Continued. 
BiNGHAMTON — Nelson, C. W. 

Nichols, Mrs. Nellie 

O'Meara, Mary R. 

Page, Mildred I. 

Palmer, Lillian 

Pendell, Beatrice 

Pike, Mrs. Cora M. 

Randall, Mrs. lua M. 

Reynolds, Mrs. Julia 

Scales, Margaret E. 

Schoonover, Mrs. G. A. 

Sherwood, Mrs. L. A. 

Sisson, Mrs. Bessie , 

Smith, E. B. 

Smith, Mrs. Mary F. 

Stout, Mrs. P. P. 

Thornburn, Ethel A. 

Tompkins, Elna A. 

Townsend, Rachael M. 

Waring, Catherine A. 

Webb, Helen G. 

Wedge, Mrs. G. P. 

Wells, Mabel F. 

White, Coloma M. 

Wilbur, Ada M. 

Wood, Mrs. Vernetta 
Port Dickinson — Alluisi, Mrs. C. 

Brink, Miss Ruth S. 



OILS. 

BiNGHAMTON — Binghamton Oil Refining 
Co. 
Deyo Emerv Ind. Oil Co. 
Dilley, F. G. 
Kattell, E. E. 
Standard Oil Co. of N. Y. 
Tiona Oil Co., The 
Universal Lubricant Co. 

OPTICIANS AND OPTOMETRISTS. 
BiNGHAMTON — BINGHAMTON OPTI- 
CAL CO., 212 Press Bldg. See adv. 

DIAMOND OPT. CO., 99 Collier St. 
See adv. 

Klatorik Optical Co. 

Mason, E. R. 

NEWING, DR. JUDSON S., 57 Court 
St. See adv. 

Quick, V. H. 

SMITH, CARL G., 119 State St. See 
adv. 

SWEET BROTHERS, .37 Chenango 
St. See adv. 
Deposit— CARL, LESLIE E., 145 Front 
St. See adv. 

ORGAN BUILDER. 

BiNGHAMTON — Kraiff, N. P. 



F. F. SPROUT 



DISTRIBUTOR FOR 
BROOME COUNTY 



CHEVROLET CARS 



191 WATER STREET 

BINGHAMTON, N, Y. 



Send your films to me to be developed anc} printed. 

EXPERT WORK PROMPT SERVICE 

REASONABLE PRICES 

KARL B. STICKLEY 

PHOTOGRAPHY 

59 CARROLL STREET 
BINGHAMTON - . - - NEW YORK 

230 



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OSTEOPATHS. 

BiNGHAMTON— CASEY, E. M., 414 Se- 
curity Mut. Bldg. See adv. 

CLEVELAND, EDWARD W., 505 
Press Bldg. See adv. 

McGUIRE, F. J., 26 Fayette St. See 
adv. 

PAINTS AND PAINTERS. 

BiNGHAMTON — Adams, C. H. K. 

Balch, Everett 

Decker, O. W. 

Eggleston, C. C. 

Harrison, W. H. 

Hawkes, C. W. 

KONECHNY, EMERY, 133 Clinton 
St. See adv. 

LAWRENCE PAINT CO., 115 Court 
St. See adv. 

Mable, Fred J. 

Salisbury, F. R. 

Sanders, 11. H. 

Sehad, H. A. 

Winsor, Burr 
JOHNSON City — Lawrence Paint Co. 



BiNGHAMTON 

Co. 
Scott, Sales Co. 



PAPER. 

Bayless Pulp 



& Paper 



PATTERN MAKERS. 

BiNGHAMTON — Binghauiton Pattern 
Works 

PHOTOGRAPHERS AND 
PHOTO SUPPLIES. 

BiNGHAMTON — Ansco Co. 

Buckley, L. J. 

Chandler, Geo. H. 

Dearstyne, John H. 

Dissinger & Adams ' 

Douglas, R. IT., Co. 

Hpffron & Kaminsky 

Newing, Arthur F. 

ROGERS, T. V. See adv. 

St. John Photograph Supply Co. 

Sakagain, Garo 

Smith, Mav L. 

STICKLEY, KARL B., 59 Carroll St. 
See adv. 
Endicott — Bennett, C. E. 

Saylor, H. E. 
Johnson City — Frank, Leon 
Windsor — Lawrence, W. D. 

PHYSICIANS. 

BiNGHAMTON — Allen, F. L. 
Allerton, Samuel M. 



Flory Williamson Co. 

124-126 STATE STREET 
BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 

High Grade 

Pianos and Victrolas 

CASH OR EASY TERMS 

THE LARGEST PIANO HOUSE IN THE SOUTHERN TIER 



Dr. W. C. ARMSTRONG 

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 
CHAPEL STREET WINDSOR, N. Y. 

BOTH PHONES 



2;!i 



BECOME COUNTY 



PHYSICIANS— Continued. 
BiNGHAMTON — Bailey, D. P. 
Beardslev, Kay 
Beban, W. A. 
Bennett, E. L. 
Blakely, S. B. 
Bloom, M. S. 
Bonham, C. P. 
Booth, John W. 
Brady, L. E. 
Branch, Fredk. D. 
Bressler, J. L. 
Burr, Daniel S. 
Cannon, H. T. 
Chittenden, Arthur S. 
Cole, Chas. G. 
Corson, John G. 
Crosier, E. O. 
Day, E. F. 
De Mell, B. T. 
Downton, E. W. 
Dver, Frank M. 
Ely, IT. O. 
Farrington, J. M. 
Forker, F. L. 
Fox, Geo. H. 
Fritts, Andrew S. 
Ganow, G. J. 
Goodwin, F. A. 
Greene, C. W. 



Hall, G. N. 
Hills, L. H; 
Hitchcock, P. J. 
Hobbs, Wm. H. 
Holland, Mable 
Hooks, D. M. 
■ Hough, F. P. 
Hutchinson, H. S. 
Jenkins, Geo. II. 
Johnston, H. I. 
Kahn, U. S. 
Kane, Jos. J. 
Kelley, J. S. 
Killen, Jack 
Kilmer, S. A. 
Kimpton, Eichard 
Kinne, Sanford H. 
Knapp, W. H. 
Lape, Geo. S. 
Lappens, J. C. 
Longstreet, C. J. 
Love, Nathaniel 
Lyon, C. G. 
MacKnight, F. M. 
McCall, Frederic 
McDonald, J. 
McFarland, F. H. 
McGraw, D. H. 
Martin, John H. 
Martin, Jos. S. 



F. D. MILLER 



L. M. CAFFERTY 



Miller & Cafferty 

UNDERTAKERS 



116 Front Street 
BINGHAMTON, N. 



Y 



ALEX, AUCHINACHIE 



'I'M THE PLUMBER" 



Plumbing and Gas Fitting 

197-199 STATE STREET 

Bell Phone, 1309 BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 



CLASSIFIED BUSINESS DIEECTORY 



PHYSICIANS— ContiiuuMl. 

BiNGHAMTON — Martin, L. A. 
Martin, Mabel A. 
Miller, F. M. 
Moore, W. A. 
Nunu, S. J. 
O'Neil, Daniel C. 
Orton, J. G. 
Osborn, A. J. 
Overton, W. S. 
Pratt, J. F. 
Preston, Frank 
Putnam, F. W. 
Quackenbush, L. 11. 
Roberts, Chas. P. 
Roe, J. F. 
Ross, Mary 
Ross, N. B. 
Sears, Frank 
Sears, H. C. 
Sevnioui;, C. R. 
Sharp, W. M. 
Shaw, P. H. 
Sheffield, J. W. 
Snyder, E. E. 
Soiithworth, H. C. 
Squires, Chas. A. 
Stoutenberg, A. W. 
Ticknor, Lafayette 
Van Alstyne, Thos. B. 



Wapner, ('. O. V 

Walling, ('has. W. 

Walling, Fletcher 

Walling, J. B. 

Ward, C. A. 

Ward, W. F. 

Watson, II. D. 

West, Geo. J. 

Winters, C. S. 

Yehington, A. P. 
Johnson City — Hannett, J. W. 

Stowe, Chas. R. 

Wilson, W. II. 

Wilson, .C. S. 
Port Dickin.son — Ganow, Ceorge J. 
Windsor— ARMSTRONG, W. C. See 
adv. 

STILLSON, A. J. See adv. 

PIANOS AND MUSICAL 
INSTRUMENTS. 

Binghamton — Barrett Bros. Music Co. 

Beinan Symjihonie Organ Co. 

Binghaintdn Conservatorv of ^Iiisic 

BINGHAMTON SONORA PHONO- 
GRAPH CO., THE, Y. M. C. A. 
Bldg. See adv. 

( 'rocker Bros. 

Dickinson, Giles II. 



The Great Winter Layers 



Eggs from Choice Matings 



The White Feather Poultry Farm 

V. N. CASS, Proprietor 

BREEDER OF 

Kellerstrass Strain White Orpingtons 

Stock for Sale at all Times 

R. D. 1 NINEVEH, N. Y. 




HENRY P. WHALEN 

PRINTING 

"As You Like It" 

NEW YORK 



BINGHAMTON 



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PIANOS AND MUSICAL INSTRU- 
MENTS — Continued. 
BiNGHAMTON — Dimmock, Eead A. 

FLORY-WILLIAMSON CO.,. 124- 

126 State St. See adv. 
Harlow & Co. 
HILLS, McLEAN & HASKINS. Sec 

adv. 
Link Piano Co. 
Quick, G. W. 
ROGERS, T. v., 20 Court St. See 

adv. 
Shepard, C. H. 
Smytbe, C. G., Piano Co. 
WEEKS & DICKINSON, 75 Collier 

St. See adv. 

Deposit— CARL, LESLIE E., 145 Front 
St. See adv. 
Wilcox, F. D. 

PICTURES. 

BiNGHAMTON — ^Bump, Austin S. 
Gathauy, Orrison 
Hawkes, Chas. W. 
HILLS, McLEAN & HASKINS. See 

adv. 
Pease, Mrs. L. S. 



PLUMBERS AND 
PLUMBERS' SUPPLIES. 

BiNGHAMTON — AUCHINACHIE, 

ALEX., 197-199 State St. See adv. 
Beach, B. C. 
Beagle, Eobert J. 
Beagle, V. E. 
Boughton, C. P. 
Cronin, T. J. 
Cropper, Geo., & Son 
Daniel, J. Fred 
Gregory, Chas. A. 
Hadley, V. W. 
Iluller, Robert T. 
Ilungerf ord & Co. 
Kelly, F. P. 
Liddell, William 
McCullough, Wm. D. 
McGarvey, Joseph J. 
McManamy & Rodman 
Malane, Robert J. 
Millar, Chas., & Son Co. 
Oeftering, John S. 
O'Neil & Murphy 
Prescott Plumbing & Heating Co. 
Runvon & Ogden 
Smith, W. S. C. 
Stafford, John H. 
Stow, Edward 



R J. BAUM ANN 

REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE 

MONEY LOANED, ESTATES MANAGED, SURETY BONDS 

Fire, Liability, Plate Glass and Automobile Insurance 

SECURITY MUTUAL BLDG., 
Binghamton, New^ York 



MEN! 

Save a Third on your Clothes 

Buy Direct from the Makers 

Fine Suits and Overcoats for men and young men direct from 

our big Rochester factory, means satisfaction and economy. 

Steefel, Strauss & Connor 
Robert E. Coddington, Mgr. 

72 Court St. Binghamton, N. Y. 

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PLUMBERS AND PLUMBERS' 

SUPPLIES— Continued. 
BiNGHAMTON — Van Antwerp, Frank W. 

Warner Plumbing Co. 
Deposit — Mason, E. A. 

MINOR, A. P., & SON, 1?.2 Front 
St. See adv. 
Endicott — English & Pavton 

MeCormack, F. E. 

Moore, D. M. 

O'Malley & Cawley 

Parton, F. V. 

Titus Plumbing & Tinning Co. 

Toulson, Geo. H. 
Johnson City — Adams, S. B. 

Ainslee, S. P. 

Austin, O. M. 

Cunningham & Utley 
Windsor — Humiston, Burt 

POULTRY BREEDERS. 

BiNGHAMTON — Dean, A. L. 

Hill, J. B. 
Glen Aubrey— WATSON TAPPEN & 

SON. See adv. 
Johnson City— FROST, WM. R., El. 

See adv. 



NASH, MRS. CHAS. H., El. See 
adv. 

Maine— LINCOLN, CHAS. E. See adv. 
McGregor, V. C. 

Nineveh— WHITE FEATHER POUL- 
TRY FARM, THE, El. See, adv. 

Union— ALLEN, JOHN H., E2. See 
adv. 

Whitney Point— OVERLOOK POUL- 
TRY FAHM. See adv. 

PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS. 

BiNGHAMTON — Anderson, Chas. A. 
Armory Press 
Aolas Printing Co. 
Binghamton Press Co. 
Chronicle Printing Co. 
Crocker Co., Inc. 
Demeree, Emerson 
Democratic News Co. 
Electric Printing Co. 
Flaherty & Burke 
Gaul, A. J. 
Hogeboom, I. 
Joggerst, B. L. 
Kennedy Morris Cor]ioration 
Kleitz, A. J. 
Kniqht & I'almer 



Hours 2 to 5: 7 to 9 P. M. 



Phone 6186-M 



Sundays by Appointment 



V. W. WEBB 

Chiropractor 

62 South Broad Street 

JOHNSON CITY - 



N.Y. 



1917 

A 

Wonder 

Year! 



Insurance 



Our plan for 1917 is to have an agont in every 
town and village in our territory. We want 
men to represent us who need more money in 
1917 than they did in 1916. 

If you have spare time, drop us a line and we 
will come and see you and make you a proposi- 
tion that will make you money in 1917. 

RIKER & DANN 

1st Floor Security Bldg., Binghamton, N. Y. 



BROOME COUNTY 



PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS 

— Continued. 
BiNGHAMTON — Quality Press, The 

Salmon, Geo. C. 

SOUTHERN TIER PUB. CO. See 
adv. 

Stuart Print Shop 

Sullivan, F. J. 

ITniqiie Printery 

Walker Bros. 

WHALEN, HENRY P., 76 Ghapin 
.St. See adv. 

White, F. A. 
Deposit — COURIER-JOURNAL CO.. 
138 Front St. See adv. 

Stow, Chas. H. 
Endicott — Free Land Press 
Harpursville — Demeree, Emerson 
Johnson City — Fisher, Chas. 

JOHNSON CITY PUB. CO. See adv. 
Lisle — Storrs, Wm. M. 
Syracuse — AMERICAN POULTRY 

ADVOCATE. See adv. 
Union — Goeller, Chas. L. 
Whitney Point — Branday, F. C. 

Brown, Arthur H. 
Windsor — Eussell, Brainard W. 



RAZORS. 

BiNGHAMTON — Binghaniton Razor Blade 
Co. 
KatteU Mfg. Co. 

REAL ESTATE. 

BiNGHAMTON — Ahearn, Chas. K. 
Ahrens, John P. 
Alexander, Arthur W. 
Amsbry, Lee J. 
Arms, C. A. 
Barlow & Son 
BAUMANN, F. J., 416 Security Mut. 

Bldg. See adv. 
Clarke, Herman C. 
CLEARVIEW HEIGHTS CO., INC., 

802 Peoples Trust Bldg. See adv. 
Clofk, W. A. 
Codjett, Julia R. 
J). O. Agency 
Duffy, Milton C. 
Duffy & Hennessey 
Edson, Harry W. 
Endicott Land Co. 
FARLEY, TRACY, 604 Press Bldg. 

See adv. 
Farley & Griswold 
Galvin, Jeremiah 
Ganow, Isaac C. 



THE LYONS STOCK FARM 

Registered and high grade Holstein-Friesian cattle. 

Herd headed by Towanda Judge Beets, from an A. R. O. 
Dam; own son of Judge Hengerveld De Kol and grandson of 
Hengerveld De Kol. He is a half brother to Duchess Henger- 
veld Korndyke, a world's record senior 3-year old. 

Have some good pure bred bull calves for sale. 
If in need of some good high-grade Holstein cows and heifers, write us 

THE LYONS STOCK FARM, R. D. No. 2 Windsor, N. Y. 
Urbane C. Lyons, Prop., Binghamton, N. Y. 



"THE RATHSKELLER" 

WINDSOR :-: :-: NEW YORK 

A Parlor of Sweets and 
Good Things to Eat 

Sea Food in Seasofi L. F. CHASE, Manager 

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REAL ESTATE— Continued. 
BiNGHAMTON — Germann, Wm. A. 
Goldsmith, Hiram 
Ilackett, E. E. 
Hardy, Fred J. 
Harmon, Baxter & Flint 
Henry Land Co. 
Hinds-Huphting 
IHnman, H. A., & Son 
Hopkins, Otis A. 

HOTCHKIN, 71 Court St. See adv. 
Housman, H. 
Johnson, Wm. A. 
Kaminsky & Heffron 
Keyes, Cora W. 
Keyes & Cook 
McNamara, Mabel 
MERSEREAU, LEE, IS.'^j Washing 

ton St. See adv. 
Millard, N. B. 
Mintz Real Estate Agcy. 
Mitchell, Fred W. 
Mosher, Ross 
Mosher & May 
Neal, Wm. H. 
Nelson-Colsten Co. 
NELSON-WADSWORTH & ALEX 

ANDER, 95 Court St. See adv. 
NEVILLE, J. R., 304 Phelps Bldg. 

See adv. 



O'Neil, F. A., & Co. 

O'NEIL, GEO. L., Phelps Bldg. See 

adv. 
O'Neil, J. W. 
Parmelee, Bert O. 
Rich, Bdson B. 
Roliinson, Frank D. 
Rol)inson & Weir 
ROSE, EDGAR O., 6:56 Security Bldg. 

See adv. 
Russell, Earl 
Selleck, D. P. 
Slingerland, Jno. T. 
Smith, Wm. H. 
Soule, Volney K. 
Southern Tier Land Co. 
Stack, J. A. 
Stegmuller, Zolton A. 
Stevenson, Horace A. 
Stillson, N. C., Realty Co. 
Terry, Wm. B. 
TREADWELL, GEO. H., 416 Pheli)S 

Bldg. See adv. 
Tri]ip, Harry H. 
Tusk, Chas. 
Van Atta, Ralph 
Wedertz, Oliver 
Westcott, H. 
' Winsor & Barton 
CHENMsfGO Bridge — Shute, J. Edward 




:^:^ri.^*-=^l?:^ 



_:. XVLEK 



Real Estate and Int,urai.i_i; .i 




WHITNEY POINT, N. Y 



THE MORAN HOUSE 

SOLICITS YOUR PATRONAGE 
Newly Furnished and Equipped 

On Route No. 4 New York State Highways 

Steam Heated and Electrically Lighted. 
Intercommunicating Telephone System. Rooms en Suite. 

Rooms with Bath 



DEPOSIT 



NEW YORK 



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REAL ESTATE— Coutiuued. 

Endicott — Endieott Land Co. 

VAN ATTA, EALPH O., 23 Wasli- 
ingtou St. See adv. 

Winogard, P. J. 

Zimmer, I). >S. 
Johnson City — Anderson, H. J., & Soil 

BROWN, JOHN A., 122 Main St. 

See adv. 
Codding, E. II. 
Codding & Duffard 
Miller, T. H. 
Preston, Worth 
Thomson, W. P. 

Nineveh — ITobbs Bros. 

PARSONS, FRED 



Port Dickinson 
W. See adv. 

Whitney Point — 
See adv. 
TYLER, A. C. 



MAY, S. A., Main St. 
See adv. 



RECORDING COMPANIES. 

Endicott — Computing Tabulating Ec- 
cording Co. 

INTERNATIONAL TIME RECORD- 
ING CO. OF NEW YORK. See adv. 



RESTAURANTS. 

Binghamton — Allen, Wm. E. 
Baldwin, D. S. 
Baylor, Frank C. 
Bcsant, Chas. T. 
Bowen, Isaac A. 
Bryant, C. S. 
Busy Bee Lunch Eoom 
Chase, L. F. 
Dillon, Mrs. Delia 
Dobbins, W. E. 
Dodd & Grooms 
Doolittle, M. A. 
Doolittle & Baldwin 
Foster, Wm. J. 
Gantley, W. E. 
G evert, John W. 
Gorman, J. P. 
Grill 

Harris, Geo. F. 
Ingraham, K. 
Kilts, E. P. 
Osterhout & Allen 
Palace Eestaurant 
Presto Lunch 
Quinn, T. H. 
Eobertson, Mary A. 
Eodman, H. J. 
Sanders, Mrs. Anna J. 
Smith & Grady 



Edsons Sanitary Quick Lunch 

Meals and Lunches Served at all Hours 
Night and Day 

Our Motto is to Please Everybody 

GIVE US A TRIAL 

71 Front Street DEPOSIT, N. Y. 



WE INVITE THE FARMERS OF BROOME AND ADJOINING COUNTIES 

to inspect our stocks of new and second hand 

Furniture and Housefumishings, Stoves 
Ranges, Sewing Machines, etc. 

And convince themselves that 

STEVENS BARGAIN HOUSE 

118 Main Street ------ JOHNSON CITY, N. Y. 

IS ALL THE NAME IMPLIES {?T,Se yoJaIe^'down 

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CLASSIFIED BUSINESS DIRECTOEY 



RESTAURANTS— Continued. 
BiNGHAMTON — Spencer, F. O. 

Tuekerman, H. J. 
Deposit — Edson, Fred B. 

EDSON'S SANITARY QUICK 
LUNCH, 71 Front St. See adv. 

Springsteiu, Samuel R. 
Endicott — Clemens, Wni. 

Crowe, Mrs. Mary 

Curtin, P. A. 

Mix, Walter J. 

Snyder, C. U. 
Johnson City — Bross, W. F. 

Hallock, Ella 

Little Gem Restaurant 

Scudder, Daniel 

Vail, A. L. 
Port Dickinson — Cornell, F. M. 
Whitney Point — Dyer, N. C. 

Sherwood, Clayton 

SULLIVAN, H. M. See adv. 

Tompkins, W. H. 
Windsor— Chase, Hazel H. ' 

RATHSKELLER, THE. See adv. 

ROOFERS. 

BiNGHAiiTON — Bingharaton Slag Roof- 
ing Co. 



Brown & Decker 

Christie, Walter 

Freeman, E. G. 

Gillet-Barnes Co. 

Grifiits, S. M. 

Lynch 's, J. R.i Sons 

McKINNEY d CO., 184-188 State St. 

See adA'. 
Mielke, G. E. 

RUBBER GOODS. 

BiNGHAMTON— Ailing Lockwood Co. 
Binghamton Raincoat Co. 
Pneumatic Stamp Co. 

SALOONS. 

BiNGHAMTON — Acker, Geo. A. 
Acklej-, M. N. 
Arndt & Dillon 
Bolaud, C. P. 
Burke, Bros. 
Bush, F. A. 
Chanecka, Paul 
Chapmau, Jas. J. 
Church, Geo. W. 
Connelly, Frank 
Cornick, H. H. 
Cusick, James J. 
Danek, W. J. 
Delaney, Ellen 



Singer Sewing Machine Co. 

113 Court Street 

Binghamton, N. Y. 
H. M. BIGART, Mgr. 



Branch Store: 
25 WASHINGTON AVENUE 

ENDICOTT, N. Y. 
Conrow & Hamlin 



QUOTATIONS SUBJECT TO MARKET CHANGES 

The Stanford Seed Co. 

INCORPORATED 

WHOLESALE SEEDS 

Timolhy, Clover and all kinds of Field Seeds, Pop Corn and Seed Grains 

BINGHAMTON, NEW YORK 

OfFICES AND WAREHOUSES TELEPHONES 

Binghamton— I 8-20 Jarvis St. BuHalo Bell^ Seneca 3494:3493, Federal 232 I 2 
Buffalo— 93 Perry St. Binghamton Bell, 81 9, York State 371 

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SALOONS— Continued. 
BiNGHAMTON — Dix'on, U. S. 
Dodge, Earl A. 
Donahue, Tlios. F. 
Domgan, L. J. 
Dralios, Jos. 
Federic, E. M. * 
Foote, A. W. 
Gardusek, L. 
Garve}', Anthony 
Genua relli, F. G. 
Gilleran, P. J. 
Griffin, Terrence 
Guarniero, C. 
Guinane, Jas. 
Hait, C. E. 
Hait, Wm. 
Haskell, E. D. 
Hibbard, James 
Hickey, W. W. 
Higgins, John J. 
Hinchey, Mrs. Mary A. 
Honau, D. E. 
Horvatt, Andrew J. 
Hrostowski, W. 
Ilutta, Fred 
Kane, John M. 
Ketchum, John S. 
Kocack, Jacob 
Kreh & Hiza 




Krna, S. 
Kum]>ai» & Pratt 
Lenhart & Higgins 
Lombardi, G. M. 
Marrinan, J. F. 
Maxian, M. L. 
Metrus, John 
Mihal, John 
Mrlak, Steve 
Neylon, P. W. 
Nolan, Thos. 
O'Brien, W. J. 
O'Brien, H. E. 
Ondrejka, Henry 
Palelon, Felix 
Pandich & Honianieh 
Patterson, E. J. 
Quinn, J. O. 
Roach, Michael S. 
Bobbins, John N. 
Rummer, L. J. 
Scott, Mrs. Caroline 
Sisak, Fedor 
Smith, G. W. 
Spindler, Charles 
Sturek, John 
Sullivan, G. H. 
Sullivan, Thos. 
Tobin, J. H. 
Toroney, Steve 



Do not forget that pail of Cream Dove 
when at your grocer's 

CREAM DOVE Shortening is the cheapest 
to buy. Your first can may cost you more per 
pound than lard or the various compounds, 

BUT— 

it will go farther and give better results than 
butter, lard or any other shortening. 

Cream Dove is richer — creams easier — takes 
less, and will Cut Your Butter Bills in Half. 




Strange & Skinner 

THE HOME OF 

EASY SHOES 



76 COURT STREET 

BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 

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SALOONS — Continued. 
BiNGHAMTON — Valuc'li, Paul 
Vavra, John J. 
Wagener, Chas. L. 
Walker, C. W. 
Wallace, Eose 
White, P. J. 
Wiley, J. J. 
Williams, Harvey 
Wilson, E. A. 

SAUSAGE MANUFACTURERS. 

BiNGHAMTON — Bruuo Hausago Mfr. 
Gruschwitz, Bruno 
Heil, Josejiii 

SCALES MANUFACTURER. 

BiNGHAMTON — Jonos of Biuyhamton 

SECOND-HAND GOODS. 

BiNGHAMTON — Bingluuutou Furniture & 
Auct. House 
Carver, J. H., Co. 
Gitlitz, J. 
Endicott — Van Horn, John S. 
Johnson City— STEVENS BARGAIN 
HOUSE, lis Main St. See adv. 



SEEDS. 

BiNGHAMTON — Dickinson. Albert, Co. 
BINGHAMTON SEED CO., 135 Court 

St. See adv. 
CONKLIN, E. W., & SON, 28 48 

Montgomery St. See adv. 
Craver-Dickinson Seed Co. 
Matthews, I. S., Sons 
STANFORD SEED COMPANY, 

THE, 18 Jarvis St. See adv. 
Deposit— BELL, J. J., SEED CO., 125- 

127 Front St. See adv. 
DEPOSIT SEED CO., Center St. See 

adv. 

SEWING MACHINES. 

BiNGHAMTON— SINGER SEWING MA- 
CHINE CO., 113 Court St. See 
adv. 

Deposit— CARL, LESLIE E., 145 Front 
St. See adv. 

Endicott — SINGER SEWING MA- 
CHINE CO., 25 Washington Ave. 
See adv. 

SHOES. 

BiNGHAMTON — Bedrosian, Sam 

BINGHAMTON SHOE & RUBBER 

CO., 1(52 Water St. See adv. 



Both Phones 



SMITH'S PHARMACY 



S. D, SMITH, Proprietor 



DEPOSIT, N. Y. 



SAVE THE CALF SCOURING POWDERS. 50c and $1.00 

A Positive Remedy for Scours in Calves 

n A T/^lVT A THE MOST POWERFUL TONIC KNOWN TO Cfi^ 
V- A 1 \JlN/\ VETERINARY SCIENCE "UC 

SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO STOCKMEN'S ORDERS FOR DRUGS 



A. D. STEVENS 

High-Grade Hand-Made Harness 

SHOE REPAIRING— HARNESS REPAIRING 

Sttit Case and Trunk Repairing; 

J38 MAIN STREET Phone 615I-W 

JOHNSON CITY, N. Y. 



13 



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SHOES — Continued. 
BiNGHAMTON — Binghamton Shoe Store 

Brownell Shoe Co. 

BULL'S BOOT SHOP, 101-103 State 
St. See adv. 

Conrow & Sheehan 

Crannell, J. J. 

Diekerman, D. 

Dudley, J. H. 

Dunn & McCarthy 

ENDICOTT, JOHNSON & CO., 123 
Main St. See adv. 

Greenblatt, David 

Haiek, Kose 

HILLS, McLean & HASKINS. See 
adv. 

Kemp, Millner & Co. 

Kinney, G. E., & Co. 

Lester Shoe Store 

Lonas, Jason T. 

Lord, A. A., & Son 

MEREILL, EDWIN W., INC., 87 
Court St. See adv. 

MORSE & HERRICK, INC., 44 Court 
St. See adv. 

Normile, W. F. & J. B. 

PARLOR CITY SHOE CO., 57 Che- 
nango St. See adv. 

Parsons, E. L. 

Quality Boot Shop 



Ricks, Geo. M., & Son 

Sample Shoe Co. 

Sasinek Shoe Store 

Shulman, Morris 

Smith, E. F. 

Stoddard, H. U. 

STRANGE & SKINNER, 76 Court 
St. See adv. 

TOLLEY, A. C, & CO., 157 Washing- 
ton St. See adv. 

Truitt Bros. 

Truitt-Schwab Shoe Co. 

Vogue Bootery, The 

Walk-Over Boot Shop 

Weir, J. L. 

Deposit — Holloway, Wm. 
Endicott — Shear & Sharping 

Sherwood & Co. 

Endicott Shoe Store 

Endicott, Johnson & Co. 
Johnson City — Endicott, Johnson Co. 

Shear, A. H. 
Union— Bell, F. A. 

Chandler, H. E. 
Windsor— MALLERY, T. R., Main St. 
See adv. 

Tompkins, M. A. 

WALK-OVER BOOT SHOP, 87 Court 
St. See adv. 



L, GENEVIEVE ONDERDONK 

INSURANCE 

WILCOX BLOCK DEPOSIT, N. Y. 



Insurance of all kinds 
— the best of every kind 




Use 

ROYAL-LUNCHEON 
COFFEE 

Called by thousands " The Finest Drinking Coffee in the World " 
M. & J. B. KELLAM CO. BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 

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SHOE REPAIRING. 

BiNGHAMTON- — Batrowney, N. S. 

Bomysoad Bros. 

John 's Shoe Repair Shop 

My Magnet Shoe Repairing Parlors 

Pignatello, John 

Sognolian & Ruzian 

Tierno, P. A. 

Tootikian, Sam 
JOHXsox City — Bailey, A. N. 

Bridge Shoe Repairing Shop 
Union Center — Harvey, Frank 

SHORTENING. 
BiNGHAMTON — CREAM DOVE MFG. 

CO., 11 Alice St. See adv. 

SIGNS. 

BiNGHAMTON — Binghamton Poster Adv. 
Co. 
Hyde, R. B. 
Mable, Horace R. 
Mann, L. E. 
Young & Cramer 

SILX MANUFACTURERS. 

BiNGHAMTON — Ballard Silk Co. 
Cedar Cliff Silk Co. 



Chenango Silk Co. 
Rossville Silk Mills Co. 

SLED MANUFACTURERS. 

BiNGHAMTON — Wilkinson Manufactur- 
ing Co. 

SOAP MANUFACTURERS. 

BiNGHAMTON — Binghamtou Soap Works 
Kingsbury Process Co. 
R. & G. Soap & Supply Co. 

SPOOL MANUFACTURERS. 

Johnson City — Lestershire Spool Mfg. 
Co. 

SPORTING GOODS. 

Binghamton^ — Weed, Lewis M., Co. 

STAGE LINE. 
Maine— MOULTON, FRED L. See 
adv. 

STEEL CEILINGS. 

BiNGHAMTON FoX, Johu E. 

STONE. 

BiNGHAMTON — Decker, Ira S., Co. 
Hoffman, Geo. 
Ingraham, J. F. 



C. H. MOSHER 

Furniture Dealer and 
Funeral Director 

129 Front Street Both Phones 

DEPOSIT N. Y. 



HARRY F. STEVENS 



DEALER IN 



Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Window Frames, 
Cement Fertilizer and Coal 

UNION, N. Y. 



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STORAGE. 

BiNGHAMTON — Biiigluuiiton Warehouse 

& Supply Co. 
. Cole, C. B. 
Howard, Mike 

SURVEYOR. 

Windsor— WILLIAMS, H. S. See adv. 

TAILORS. 

BiNGHAMTON — Beckley, Fred M. 
Beebe, H. C. 

Buclimeier & MeDonough 
Douglas & Bradley 
Gamer, C. A. 
Grace Bros. 
Grace, John W. 
Heim,. Mrs. Hattie E. 
Landre, J. C. 
Moody, W. H., & Co. 
Morante, P. A. 

Nixon, Forence M. , 

Resnick, M. 
Riley, R. P. 
Schaehne, A. 
Schefers, Jacob 
Schefers, M. E., Est. 
Testa, Antonio 
Tlusemian, Stephen M. 
Ward, N. C. 



Warner, F. E. 
Webster, W. B. 
Williams, H. F. ' 
Endicott— Cawley, A. Leo. 
ManT)use, C. P. 
Roach, Anthony 
Schapiro, Jos. 

TEAS AND COFFEE. 

BiNGHAMTON — Eastern Estate Tea Co. 

Devine, John 

Grand Union Tea Co. 

Jewel Tea Co. 

KELLAM, M. & J. B., CO., 24 Henry 
St. See adv. 

Ragus Tea & Coffee Co. 
. West, Fred E., Co. 

TELEGRAPH AND TELEPHONE. 

BiNGHAMTON — American Uist. Tel. Co. 

New York Telephone Co. 

Postal Telegraph — Cable Co. 

Western Union Telegraph Co. 
Chenango Bridge — Chenango Valley 

Telephone Co. 
Conklin — Conklin Telephone Co. 
Deposit — New York Telephone Co. 

Western Union Telegraph Co. 
KiRKWOOD — Lester Telei)hone Co. 
Center Lisle — Center Lisle & Lisle Tel. 
Co. 




Motor Hearse 
Equipment 



When in need of serv- 
ices of an Under- 
taker, call 



W. R. CHASE, Funeral Director 



LnAdEl day or night 
Bell and Susquehanna 
Valley Phone Connections 



City, Town or Coun- Funeral 
try calls answered Chapel 



Windsor, N. Y. 



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TELEGRAPH AND TELEPHONE 

— Continued. 

Union Center — Nauticoke Valley Tele- 
phone Co. 

Union — Western Union Telegraph Co. 

Windsor — Susquehanna A'alley Tele- 
phone Co. 

THERMOSTATS. 

BilsTGHAMTON — Jewell Thermostat Co. 

TIN AND TINNERS. 

Binghamton — Cecil & Doyle ' 

Hull, C. W., & Son 

Lieberman & Michelson 

McCann, J. A. 

Melntyre & Walter 
Endicott — Blinn, H. A. 
Union — Olmstead, Wm. 

TIRES. 

Binghamton — Central Tire Co. 
Double Tread Tire Co. 
Fisk, Rubber Co. of N. Y. 
Horowiteh, Maurice 
Northland Auto Tire Agency 
Service Tire & Vulcanizing Works 
U. S. Tire & Vulcanizing Works ■ 

TOOL MANUFACTURERS. 

Binghamton — Ash & .Johnson Manu- 
acturing Co. 



Rogers & Kronier 

TOWEL SUPPLY COMPANIES. 

Binghamton — Binghamton Towel Sup- 
ply Co. 
Columbia Towel Supply Co. 

TOYS. 

Binghamton — HILLS, McLEAN & 
HASKINS. See adv. 
Walkers Toy Store 

TYPEWRITERS. 

Binghamton — Biughamtou Typewriter 
Exchange 
Monarch Tjqjewriter Co. 
Remington Typewriter Co. 
Smith, L. C, Bros. 
Smith Premier Tyjtewriter Co. 
Underwood Tyi)ewriter Co. 
Wilbur, A. E. 

UNDERTAKERS. 

Binghamton— CORNELL, W. T., 68 

Henry St. See adv. 
Dibble, Chas. 
Hidock & Greskovic 
Hidock, John 
Kelley, Fred M. 
McDEVITT BROS., 123 Washington 

St. See adv. 



PHONE 2149-R 



PRIVATE FITTING ROOMS 



BAKER'S GARMENT SHOP 

WOMEN'S and MISSES' COATS, SUITS and 
DRESSES EXCLUSIVELY 

"You go up on the elevator 
We go down on the price** 

308-309-310 PRESS BUILDING BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 



Conklin's Seeds Give Results 

King Timothy 99.60% Pure 
Crown Clover 99.35% Pure 

E. W. CONKLIN & SON, Inc. 

BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 



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UNDERTAKERS— Continued. 
BiNGHAMTON— MEALY, J. E., 92 Front 
St. See adv. 
MILLER & CAFFBRTY, 116 Front 

St. See adv. 
MORIARITY, MARTIN, 158 Court 

St. See adv. 
MULFORD, D. G. See adv. 
Newooinb, G. F. 
ROBERTS, F. A., 82 Washington St. 

See adv. 
Seholderer, Geo. H. 
Sullivan, Walter 
Sullivan, W. D. 
Watrous, T. O. ; 

Chenango Forks — Willai'ds, C. E., & 

Son 
Deposit— BROWN, ROBT., 175 Front 
St. See adv. 
MOSHER, C. H., 129 Front St. See 
adv. 
Endicott — ^Allen, J. E. 
Johnson City — Beilby & Stalker 
Dibble, Bert J. 
Stalker, Lewis I. 
Maine — Allen, J. E. 

Bowers, Chas. 
Union— OLIVER BROS. See adv. 
SPENCER, KING W., Main St. See 
adv. 
Yestal Center — Eussell, Chas. F. 
Whitney Point — Nichols, W. E. 
Windsor— CHASE, W. R. See adv. 

UPHOLSTERERS. 

Binghamton — Bishij), Edwin 
Bossom, Jno. 
Brixius, C. B. 
Culhane, Jas. 
ITarowitz, AleJf. 
Kellog, Jas. 
Parlor City Industrial School 

vacuttm: cleaners. 

Binghamton — Spencer Vacuum Cleaner 
Co. 
Winans Machine Co. 

VETERINARIANS. 
Binghamton— AXTELL, P. J., D.Y.M., 

65 Carroll St. See adv. 
BAKER, DR. A. W., 23 Ferry St. 

See adv. 
Drew, John 
HARDING, DR. W. F., 10 Doubleday 

St. See adv. 
Deposit — Brown, A. L. 

VULCANIZING. 

Binghamton — Akron Yulcanizing Wks. 
Binglianiton Yulcanizing Co. 
O. K. Yulcanizinp' Works 



Yan Dyke, Clarence 
ENDicoTT^David, C. H., & Son 
Leighton, B. D. 

WALL BOARD. 
Binghamton — KINGSLEY, L. J., CO., 

15-17 N Depot St. See adv. 

WALL PAPER. 

Binghamton — Bump, Austin S. 
Heskovitz, Sam 
HILLS, McLEAN & HASKINS. See 

adv. 
KONECHNY, EMERY, VM] Clinton 

St. See adv. 
STANTON, H. A. & C. E., 22 Court 

St. See adv. 
Star Wall Paper Co. 

WASHING MACHINES. 

Binghamton — Binghamton Washing 

Machine Co. 
Nineteen Hundred Washer Co. 
Whitney Point — SMITH, HERMAN 

D. See adv. 

WHIP MANUFACTURERS. 

Binghamton — Binghamton Whi]) Co. 
Windsor. — Empire State Whip Co. 
Windsor Whip Co. 

WIRE GOODS. 

Binghamton — Binghamton Woven Wire 
Co. 
Slegeman Bros. 
Titchener, E. H., & Co. 

WOMEN'S AND 
CHILDREN'S WEAR. 
Binghamton — BAKER ' S GARMENT 
SHOP, 308-309-310 Kilmer Press 
Bldg. See adv. 
Herman, Samuel J. 
HILLS, McLEAN & HASKINS. See 

adv. 
Kanna, Paul 
Longs, Inc. 
Ougheltree, Elmer 
Palmer, Wm. 
Swartz, A. E., Co., Inc. 
Johnson City — Purner, Tingley & 
O'Brien 

WOMEN'S WEAR 
MANUFACTURERS. 

Binghamton — Cortland Skirt Co. 
Waters Co. 

YOUNG MEN'S 
CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION. 

Binghamton— YOUNG MEN'S CHRIS- 
TIAN ASSO., 185 Washington St. 
See adv. 



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Poultry Diseases and Enemies 

(From the Biggie Poultry Book) 



Many of the ills that poultry flesh is 
heir to are directly traceable to bad 
breeding and treatment. In-and-in- 
breeding is practiced and the law of the 
survival of the fittest is disregarded un- 
til the stock becomes weak and a prey 
to disease. 

Yards and runs occupied for any con- 
siderable time become covered with ex- 
creta and a breeding ground for all man- 
ner of disease germs. 

Dampness from leaky roofs or from 
wet earth floors, and draughts from side 
cracks, or from overhead ventilation slay 
their thousands yearly. 

A one-sided diet of grain, especially 
corn, moldy grain or meal, decayed meat 
or vegetables, filthy water, or the lack of 
gritty material are fruitful sources of 
sickness. 

In the treatment of sick birds much 
depends on the nursing and care. It is 
useless to give medicine unless some 
honest attempt be made to remove the 
causes that produce the disturbance. Un- 
less removed the cause will continue to 
operate and the treatment must be 
repeated. 

It is an excellent plan to have a coop 
in some secluded place to be used ex- 
clusively as a hospital. \l cases cannot 
be promptly treated it is better to use the 
hatchet at once and bury deeply, or burn 
the carcasses. This is the proper plan 
in every case where birds become very 
ill before they are discovered. 

Sick birds should in no case be allowed 
to run with the flock and to eat and 
drink with them. 

In giving the following remedies we 
make no pretence to a scientific handling 
of the subject. 

Fevers, from colds, fighting of cocks, 
etc. Symptoms : unusual heat of body, 
red face, watery eyes and watery dis- 
charge from nostrils. 

Give dessertspoonful citrate of mag- 
nesia and, as a drink, ten drops of nitre 
in half a pint of water. 

Apoplexy and Vertigo, from overfeed- 
ing or fright. Symptoms : unsteady mo- 
tion of the head, running around, loss of 
control of limbs. Give a purgative and 
bleed from the large veins under wing. 
? Paralysis, from highly seasoned food 
and over stimulating diet. Symptoms : 
inability to use the limbs, birds lie help- 
less on their side. Treatment — ^The same 
as for apoplexy. 



Leg Weakness occurs in fast-growing 
young birds, mostly among cockerels. A 
fowl having this weakness will show it 
by squatting on the ground frequently 
and by a tottering walk. When not 
hereditary it usually arises from a diet 
that contains too much fat and too little 
flesh and bone-making material, such as 
bread, rice, corn and potatoes. To this 
should be added cut green bone, oats, 
shorts, bran and clover, green or dry. 
Give a tonic pill three times a day made 
of sulphate of iron, 1 grain; strychnine, 
1 grain; phosphate of lime, 16 grains; 
sulphate of quinine, yi grain. Make into 
thirty pills. 

Canker of the Mouth and Head.— 
The sores characteristic of this disease 
are covered with a yellow cheesy matter 
which, when it is removed, reveals the 
raw flesh. Canker will rapidly spread 
through a flock, as the exudation from 
the sores is a virulent poison, and well 
birds are contaminated through the soft 
feed and drinking water. Sick birds 
should be separated from the flock and 
all water and feed vessels disinfected by 
scalding or coating with lime wash. Ap- 
ply to sores with a small pippet syringe 
or dropper the peroxide of hydrogen. 
When the entire surface is more or less 
affected, use a sprayer. Where there is 
much of the cheesy matter formed, first 
remove it with a large quill before using 
the peroxide. A simple remedy is an 
application to the raw flesh of powdered 
alum, scorched until slightly brown. . 

Scaly Leg, caused by a microscopic in- 
sect burrowing beneath the natural scales 
of the shank. At first the shanks appear 
dry, and a fine scale like dandruff forms. 
Soon the natural scale disappears and 
gives place to a hard, white scurf. The 
disease passes from one fowl to another 
through the medium of nests and 
perches, and the mother-hen infecting 
her brood. To prevent its spread, coat 
perches with kerosene and burn old nest- 
ing material and never use sitting hens 
affected by the disease. To cure, mix 
J^ ounce flowers of sulphur, % ounce 
carbolic acid crystals and stir these into 
1 pound of melted lard. Apply with an 
old tooth brush, rubbing in well. Make 
applications at intervals of a week. 

Worms in the intestines of fowls indi- 
cate disturbed digestion. Loss of appe- 
tite and lack of thrift are signs of their 
presence. Give santonin in 2-grain doses 



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PHONE 996 



MILK INSPECTOR FOR 

CLOVERDALE FARMS CO. 



DR. W. F. HARDING 

VETERINARIAN 



10 DOUBLEDAY STREET 



BINGHAMTON, N. Y, 



REGISTERED HOLSTEIN FRIESIANS 

HERD SIRE 

SIR FAIRVIEW RAG APPLE 

Sire: Rag Apple Korndyke 8th, $2500 bull, whose dam was first cow to 
make 38 lbs. of butter in 7 days. 

Dam: Daughter of Pontiac Korndyke with an A. R. O. record as a year- 
ling of over 17 lbs. of butter in 7 days. Average of dam and sire's dam 
4.68 per cent, butter fat. 

BULL CALVES AT MODERATE PRICES 



CLAUDE R. HOWARD, Highland Farm 



R. F. D. 2, BINGHAMTON 
PHONE No. 2 F 21 



HOTEL BENNETT 

(INCORPORATED) 

BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 



HOTEL RATHBUN 

ELM IRA, N. Y. 

UNDER SAME MANAGEMENT 



F. B. PROPHET, Manager 
W. A. HORR, Treasurer 



JAM-BOY CANNED GOODS 

Have the right from the garden flavor 
ASK YOUR GROCER 



JAMESON-BOYCE COMPANY 

DISTRIBUTORS 

69 Fayette Street Binghamton, N. Y. 



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six hours apart. A few hours after the 
second dose give a dessertspoonful of 
castor oil.* Or, put 15 drops of spirits of 
turpentine in a pint of water and moisten 
the feed with it. 

Bumble-foot, caused by a bruise in fly- 
ing down from perches or in some simi- 
lar manner. A small corn appears on the 
bottom of the foot, which swells and 
ulcerates and fills with hard, cheesy pus. 
With a sharp knife make a cross cut and 
carefully remove all the pus. Wash the 
cavity with warm water, dip the foot in 
a solution of one-fourth ounce sulphate 
of copper to a quart of water and bind 
up with a rag and place the bird on a 
bed of dry straw. Before putting on the 
bandage anoint the wound with the oint- 
ment recommended for scaly leg or coat 
it with iodine. 

Gapes, caused by the gape-worm, a 
parasite that attaches itself to the wind- 
pipe, filling it up and causing the bird to 
gasp for breath. The worm is about 
three-fourths of an inch long, smooth 
and red in color. It appears to be forked 
at one end, but in reality each parasite is 
two worms, a male and female, firmly 
joined together. This parasite breeds 
in the common earth worm. Chicks over 
three months old are seldom affected. If 
kept off of the ground for two months 
after hatching, or on perfectly dry soil, 
or on land where affected chicks have 
never run, chicks will seldom suffer from 
the gapes. Old runs and infested soil 
should have frequent dressings of lime. 

In severe cases the worms should be 
removed. To do this put a few drops of 
kerosene in a teaspoonful of sweet oil. 
Strip a soft wing feather of its web to 
within an inch of the tip, dip in the oil, 
insert feather in windpipe, twirl and 
withdraw. Very likely some of the para- 
sites and mucus will come with it. The 
rest will be loosened or killed, and event- 
ually thrown out. It may be necessary 
to repeat the operation. 

To kill the worm in its lodgment, gum 
camphor in the drinking water or pellets 
of it as large as a pea forced down the 
throat is recommended. Turpentine in 
the soft feed, as advised in the treatment 
for worms in the intestines, is said to be 
affective. Pinching the windpipe with 
the thumb and finger will sometimes 
loosen the parasite. 

When broods are quartered on soil 
known to be infested, air-slacked lime 
should be dusted on the floor of the 
coop, and every other night, for two or 
three weeks, a litt,le of the same should 



be dusted in the coop over the hen and 
her brood. To apply, use a dusting bel- 
lows and only a little each time. 

Cholera is due to a specific germ, oi 
virus, and must not be confounded with 
common diarrhoea. In genuine cholera 
-ligestion is arrested, the crop remains 
full, there is fever and great thirst. The 
bird drinks, but refuses food and appears 
to be in distress. There is a thickening 
of the blood, which is made evident in 
the purple color of the comb. The dis- 
charges from the kidneys, called the 
urates, which in health are white, become 
yellowish, deep yellow, or, in the final 
stages, a greenish-yellow. The diarrhoea 
grows more severe as the disease pro- 
gresses. A fowl generally succumbs in 
two days. The virus of cholera is not 
diffusible in the air, but remains in the 
soil, which becomes infected from the 
discharges, and in the body and blood of 
the victims. It may be carried from 
place to place on the feet of other fowls 
or animals. Soil may be disinfected by 
saturating it with a weak solution of sul- 
phuric acid in water. Remove at once 
all well birds to new and clean quarters 
and wring the necks of all sick birds and 
burn their carcasses and disinfect their 
quarters. 

For cases not too far gone to cure 
give sugar of lead, pulverized opium, 
gum camphor, of each, 60 grains, pow- 
dered capsicum (or fluid extract of cap- 
sicum is better, 10 drops), grains, 10. 
Dissolve the camphor in just enough al- 
cohol that will do so without making it a 
fluid, then rub up the other ingredients 
in the same bolus, mix with soft corn 
meal dough, enough to make it into a 
mass, then roll it and divide the whole 
into one hundred and twenty pills. Dose, 
one to three pills a day for grown chicks 
or turkey, less to the smaller fry. The 
birds that are well enough to eat should 
have sufficient powdered charcoal in 
their soft feed every other day to color 
it slightly, and for every twenty fowls 
five drops of carbolic acid in the hot 
water with which the feed in moistened. 

Roup. — The first symptoms are those 
of a cold in the head. Later on the 
watery discharge from the nostrils and 
eyes thickens and fills the nasal cavities 
and throat, the head swells and the eyes 
close up and bulge out. The odor from 
affected fowls is very offensive. It is 
contagious by diffusion in the air and 
by contact with the exudations from 
sick fowls. To disinfect houses and 
coops burn sulphur and carbolic acid in 



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A. L. BOWES & CO. 

JOBBERS IN 

COTTON, WOOL AND SILK DRESS GOODS 
SHORTS AND REMNANTS A SPECIALTY 

26-30 Jarvis Street, Binghamton, N. Y. 

Baker's Veterinary Hospital 

A. W. Baker, V. S., Proprietor 

We use the operating table for horses to secure and control while operating, 
which is the most safe and humane way 

Special Attention given to Dogs and Cats 

HOSPITAL STEAM HEATED 
Telephone 1498 . 23 Ferry Street BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 



ROBERT BROWN 

FURNITURE 
FUNERAL DIRECTOR 

175-177 Front St. DEPOSIT. N. Y. 

SEEDS-GLOVES— MITTENS 

AND 
FRUIT TREES OF ALL KINDS 

BINGHAMTON SEED CO. 

Binghamton, N. Y. 

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them after turning the fowls out and 
keep closed for an hour or two. Pour 
a gill of turpentine and a gill of carbolic 
acid over a peck of lime and let it be- 
come slaked, then scatter freely over the 
interior of houses and coops and about 
the yards. 

For the first stages spray the affected 
flock while on the roost or in the coop* 
with a mixture of two tablespoonfuls of 
carbolic acid and a piece of fine salt as 
big as a walnut in a pint of water. Re- 
peat two or three times a week. Or, if 
a dry powder is preferred, mix equal 
parts of sulphur, alum and magnesia and 
dust this in their nostrils, eyes and throat 
with a small powder gun. The nasal 
cavities should be kept open by injecting 
with a glass syringe or sewing machine 
oil-can a drop or two of crude petro- 
leum. A little should be introduced also 
through the slit in the roof of the 
mouth. Give sick birds a dessertspoon- 
ful qf castor oil two nights in succession, 
and feed soft food of bran and corn 
meal seasoned with red pepper and pow- 
dered charcoal. A physician advises 
the following treatment : hydrastin, 10 
grains ; sulph. quinine, 10 grains ; capsi- 
cum, 20 grains. Mixed in a mass with 
balsam copaiba and made into twenty 
pills ; give one pill morning and night ; 
keep the bird warm and inject a satu- 
rated solution of chlorate potash in nos- 
trils and about 20 drops down the throat. 

Pip, so-called, is not a disease but only 
a symptom. The drying and hardening 
of the end of the tongue in what is 
called "pip" is due to breathing through 
the mouth, which the bird is compelled 
to do because of the stoppage of the 
nostrils. By freeing the natural air 
passages the tongue will resume its nor- 
mal condition. 

Diphtheria is a contagious disease. 
The first symptoms are those of a com- 
mon cold and catarrh. The head be- 
comes red and there are signs of fever, 
then the throat fills up with thick, white 
mucus and white ulcers appear. The 
bird looks anxious and stretches its neck 
and gasps. When it attacks young chicks 
it is frequently mistaken for gapes. 
When diphtheria prevails, impregnate 
the drinking water with camphor, a tea- 
spoonful of the spirits to a gallon of 
water, and fumigate the house as recom- 
mended for roup. 

Spray the throat with peroxide of 
hydrogen or with this formula : ^ 1 ounce 
glycerine, 5 drops nitric acid, 1 gill water. 
To treat several birds at once with medi- 



cated vapor, take a long box with the 
lid off, make a partition across and near 
to one end and cover the bottom with 
coal ashes. Mix a tablespoonful each 
of pine tar, turpentine and sulphur, to 
which add a few drops, or a few crys- 
tals, of carbolic acid and a pinch of 
gum camphor. Heat a brick very hot, 
put the fowls in the large part and the 
brick in the other, drop a spoonful of 
the ricixture on the brick and cover 
lightly to keep the fumes in among the 
patients. Watch carefully, as one or two 
minutes may be all they can endure. Re- 
peat in six hours if required. 

Crop-Bound. — The crop becomes much 
distended and hard from obstruction of 
the passage from the crop to the giz- 
zard by something swallowed ; generally, 
it is long, dried grass, a bit of rag or 
rope. Relief^ may sometimes be af- 
forded by giving a tablespoonful of 
sweet oil and then gently kneading the 
crop with the hand. Give no food, ex- 
cept _ a little milk, until the crop is 
emptied. _ Wet a tablespoonful or more 
of pulverized charcoal with the milk and 
force it down the throat. Should the 
crop not empty itself naturally pluck a 
few feathers from the upper right side 
of it and with a sharp knife make a cut 
about an inch long in the^ outer skin. 
Draw this skin a little to one side and 
cut open the crop. Remove its con- 
tents, being careful not to miss the ob- 
struction. Have a needle threaded with 
white silk ready, and take a stitch or 
two in the crop skin first, then sew up 
the outer skin separately. Put the pa- 
tient in a comfortable coop, and feed 
sparingly for a week on bran and meal 
in a moist state, and give but little 
water. 

Soft or Swelled-Crop arises from 
lack of grit, or from eating soggy and 
unwholesome food. The distended crop 
contains water and gas, the bird is fever- 
ish and drinks a great deal. By holding 
it up with its head down the crop will 
usually empty itself. When this is done 
give teaspoon doses of charcoal slightly 
moistened twice at intervals of six hours. 
Restrict the supply of water and feed 
chopped onions and soft feed in moder- 
ation. 

Egg-Bound, Diseases of the Oviduct. 
Overfat hens are often troubled in this 
way. Forcing hens for egg production 
will sometimes break down the laying 
machinery. Give green food, oats. Mittle 
corn, and no stimulating condiments. 
Let the diet be plain and cooling in its 



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ARLINGTON HOTEL 

BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 

235 Rooms — 175 connected with Private Bath 

Automobile Headquarters — for the City, 

State and Nation 

Art Gallery De Luxe - - 1 1 Oil Paintings 

KENNEDY-TIERNEY COMPANY 

BARTLETT & COMPANY 

Manufacturers of 

DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS 

MOULDINGS, FRAMES AND DRESSED LUMBER 

STORE FIXTURES, STAIRS, TURNED 
AND CABINET WORK A SPECIALTY 

BINGHAMTON - - - - - N. Y. 

S\ J. 1^/A,0 Makes the Best Concrete Vi^lZjIVllIjiN L 

J. W. BALLARD COMPANY 

WHOLESALE 

MASONS' AND BUILDERS' SUPPLIES 
AGRICULTURE LIME 

21 Jarvis Street - - - BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 

BEFORE YOU MOVE 

Arrange for Your Electric Service 

The quickest way is to telephone 429. Simply notify 
us when to disconnect your meter at the old resi- 
dence and when to connect it at your new home. 
If your new home is not equipped with Electricity, 
we will gladly submit an estimate on wiring. 
TELEPHONE 429 

Binghamton Light, Heat and Power Company 

172 Washington Street - - - - BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 



CLASSIFIED BUSINESS DIEECTOKY 



nature. To relieve hens of eggs broken 
in the oviduct, anoint -the forefinger with 
sweet oil and deftly insert and draw out 
the broken parts. When the hen is very 
fat and the egg is so large it cannot 
be expelled, the only way to save the 
hen is to break the egg and remove it 
as above directed. 

White-Comb or Scurvy, caused by 
crowded and filthy quarters and lack 
of green food. The comb is covered 
with a white scurf. This condition some- 
times extends over the head and down 
the neck, causing the feathers to fall off. 

Change the quarters and diet, give a 
dose of castor oil and follow this with 
a half a teaspoonful of sulphur in the 
soft food daily. 

Rheumatism and Cramp caused by 
cold and dampness. Chicks reared on 
bottom-heat brooders are particularly 
subject to these troubles. Damp earth 
floors and cement floors in poultry 
houses produce it in older birds. 

Give dry and comfortable quarters, 
feed little meat, plerrty of green food, 
and soft feed seasoned with red pepper. 

DiARRHCEA of chicks with clogging of 
the vent. Remove the hardened excre- 



tion and anoint the parts. Chamomilla is 
useful in this complaint, a few drops 
in drinking water. 

Frosted Comb and Wattles. — As soon 
as discovered bathe with compound tinc- 
ture of benzoin. 

For Lice on perches, walls and coops, 
use kerosene or lime wash. To make 
the lime-wash more effective, pour a 
little crude_ carbolic acid on the lime 
before slaking or mix with plenty of 
salt. 

For use in nests, pour crude carbolic 
acid on lime and allow it to air-slake. 
Put one_ or two handfuls of the car- 
bolized lime dust in the nest box. 

Pyrethrum powder kills by contact and 
is effective for dusting in nests, and 
through the feathers of birds. Its judi- 
cious use in the plumage and nests of 
sjtting hens will insure immunity from 
lice for the hen and her young brood. 

Chicks and poults are often killed by 
large lice that congregate about the 
head, throat, vent and wings. To de- 
stroy them, soak fish berries in alcohol, 
take the birds from under the mothers at 
night and slightly moisten the down of 
the infested parts with the poison. 



How to Preserve Eggs 

Now that eggs are dearer as a rule 
than they have been for years, many 
people are inquiring about the methods 
of preserving them. The old way was 
to pack them in salt or lime. This 
served the purpose, but it gave the eggs 
a very strong taste. 

The approved method now is the one 
which calls for the use of "water glass," 
or silicate of soda. This is a thick, 
syrupy liquid which can be had at most 
drug stores for about 10 cents a pound, 
and a pound is enough to treat five 
dozen eggs, so that the cost of preserving 
is about two cents a dozen. 

There are several grades of water 
glass, and it is wise to get the best. To 
prepare the solution, stir one part of 
the silicate of soda into sixteen parts of 
water which has been boiled, cooled and 
carefully measured. 

It is essential to have the eggs fresh, 
or the experiment will not be a great 
success. Those over three days old 
should not be used, as the air has already 
had a chance to penetrate them. The 
very best way is to keep the solution 
made up ready and put the eggs into it 
just as soon as they are brought in from 
the nests, if you have your own chickens. 



It is worse than useless to try to pre- 
serve eggs that are not fresh or that 
have been cracked or washed. 

Incubation and Gestation Tables 

Chickens 20-22 days 

Geese 28-34 days 

Ducks 28 days 

Turkeys 27-29 days 

Guinea fowls 28 days 

Pheasants 25 days 

Ostriches 40-42 days 

The period of gestation in animals 
varies considerably, but the following is 
an average period based on a long series 
of observations: 

Elephant 2 years 

Camel 11-12 months 

Ass 12 months 

Mare 11 months 

Cow 9 months 

Sheep 5 months 

Goat 5 months 

Pig , 3^ months 

Bitch 9 weeks 

Cat 8 weeks 

Rabbit 30 days 

Guinea pig 65 days 

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We Build a Truck to Fit Your Business 

^/i Ton to 5 Ton Models 
Gasoline or Electric, Chain or Worm Drive 

Demonstration and Circulars on Request 

G, M. C. MOTOR TRUCK CO. 

PONriAC, MICHIGAN 
R. B. MILLARD CO., Agents, 257 Water Street, Binghamton, N. Y. 

PHONE 2830 



Morse & Herrick, Inc. 

THE FAMILY SHOE STORE 

Sellers of Dependable FootNvear 

44 Court St. - - Binghamton, N. Y. 



Phone 1460 Lady 


A.ssistant 


D. G. Mulford 




UNDERTAKER 




Autos or Horse Drawn Rigs 




F. A. ROBERTS, Mgr. 82 Washington St., Binghamton 


,N. Y. 



LUIVIBER 

LATH, SHINGLES & MOULDINGS 

MV MKl\WC\rV 10 GAINES STREET 
. L4^ inJWuyjK^rLj binghamton, n.y. 



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Cow Ailments and How to Treat Them 

(From the Biggie Cow Book) 



Let sick or maimed animals lie still. 
Do not torture them by trying to get 
them up. Rub their limbs every day 
and keep a soft bed under them. They 
will get up when they are able. 

If a cow look poor and weak, put a 
blanket on her, keep her in a warm 
place, and feed her some corn meal and 
middlings, and some oats. Give her 
warm drink, and stir a little cheap flour 
in it. Do not let her run clear down. 
Look ahead. 

If cows are accidentally left out in 
a rain and seem cold, put them in the 
stable as soon as possible and rub them 
well. If they shiver, put blankets on 
them until they are dry. If there is 
inflammation or hardness in the udder, 
bathe it thoroughly for at least half an 
hour, and rub gently until thoroughly 
dry. 

If this does not eff'ect a cure put a 
warm flaxseed poultice on the udder, 
which can be held in place by means of 
an eight-tailed bandage. This should be 
changed twice a day until the hardness 
and soreness are gone. Of course, the 
cow should be milked out two or three 
times each day. 

If a cow get a foreign body in the 
mouth turn her head towards the light 
and remove it. 

When chaff or other dirt gets into 
the eye syringe or sponge the eye fre- 
quently with clean cold water contain- 
ing sulphate of zinc one grain to each 
ounce of water. Keep stable darkened. 

For Choking, examine throat and 
neck; if offending object is felt, attempt 
to force upward into the mouth by pres- 
sure of hands below the object. Give 
one pint linseed oil or melted lard. May 
sometimes reach, with hand by holding 
tongue aside. Do not push a stiff stick 
or fork handle down the throat; a piece 
of rubber hose, well greased, is less 
likely to ruin the cow. 

If a cow has Bloat or Hoven there 
will be a drum-like swelling on left side 
in front of hip, caused by green food, 
wet or frosted clover, overfeeding, chok- 
ing. Give one-half teacupful table salt 
in water, as drench. Exercise. If not 
relieved give aromatic spirits of am- 
monia, two ounces, well diluted, every 
hour. 

Where there is great danger of suf- 
focation a puncture of the paunch may 
be made with a knife at a point, equally 



distant from the point of hip and last 
rib, on left side of cow. 

Impaction of Paunch is caused by 
overeating, and the symptoms are fail- 
ing appetite, solid or doughy swell- 
ing on front of left hip. Give one to 
two pounds Glauber salts dissolved in 
water; follow every three hours by 
drench of mixture of equal parts com- 
mon salt, nux vomica powdered and 
capsicum. Dose, one tablespoonful. 

In Colic the symptoms are uneasiness, 
striking belly with hind legs, lying down 
and getting up. Cause, change of diet, 
rapid feeding. Give Glauber salts, one 
pound in water ; warm water enemas. 
Give every hour one ounce each of 
laudanum and sulphuric ether, diluted. 

Constipation caused by dry, coarser 
food and lack of exercise, is treated with 
green food, linseed meal and exercise; 
give pint of raw linseed oil. Diarrhoea 
is treated with starch gruel or flour and 
water and dry food. 

Scours in calves is caused by over- 
feeding, bad food or drink, damp stables, 
dirty surroundings. Remove cause and 
withhold food the best remedy. Give 
once daily twenty grains potassium per- 
manganate in tincup of V\Aater; also use 
same for enema. 

Cows are subject to Founder, showing 
sudden tenderness in twq or more feet ; 
feet hot and may crack around top of 
hoof. This comes from overfeeding. 
Give Glauber salts one pound, twenty 
drops tincture aconite every two hours. 
Keep feet moist by wet pasture or wet 
cloths. 

Garget or Swollen Udder, due to 
cold, injuries, overfeeding or heating 
food. Bathe frequently with warm 
water; dry, and apply warm lard. Milk 
often. Give internally two-drachm doses 
salicylic acid and one drachm soda 
bicarbonate in one pint of milk four 
times daily. 

Discharge of Mucus from nostrils in- 
dicates catarrh from exposure, dust, or 
pollen of plants. Allow animal to 
breathe steam from water containing 
pine tar. 

In Sore Throat there is difficulty in 
swallowing, food returns through nos- 
trils. Steam as in catarrh, give tincture 
belladonna one-half ounce every six 
hours. Rub throat with equal parts tur- 
pentine and sweet oil. 

In Bronchitis there is dry cou^h first, 



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ODELL BROS. 

Dealers in 

Staple and Fancy Groceries and General Merchan- 
dise, Boots, Shoes and Rubbers 

Sole agency for Chase and Sanborn's Teas and Coffees 
Telephone 6-F3 SANITARIA SPRINGS, N. Y. 



"Three meals, roo m with bath, for two dollars and a half" 

NEW CRANDALL HOTEL 

PALMER & LOOM IS, Proprietors 

American Plan, $2.00 and up European Plan, 75c. and up 

Running Water and Baths 

127-137 Court Street BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 



/ EXAMINE EjYES 



Furnish the proper correcting glasses and 
guarantee satisfaction. All for one price. 

DR. JUDSON S. NEWING 
OPTOMETRIST 

57 COURT STREET BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 

Up One Flight 



NEVILLE FARM AGENCY 



Residence 
Phone 

2452 



D E 
A L 



Office 
Phone 

2429 



304 Phelps BIdg-, Binghamton, N. Y 

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then loose, and discharge from nostrils; 
rattling sound in windpipe. Steam as in 
sore throat and give tincture aconite 
twenty drops every two hours and two 
drachms muriate ammonia in one pint 
of water three times daily. For bron- 
chitis in young stock due to worms in 
windpipe, which sometimes occur in 
autumn where they are pastured late, 
give one ounce turpentine and six ounces 
sweet oil well mixed three times a week. 
Take from pasture and feed liberally. 

In Pneumonia there is loss of appe- 
tite, animal standing, rapid breathing, 
pulse frequent, extremities cold. Cause, 
exposure or neglected bronchitis. Place 
in a warm, dry, well-ventilated stable, 
apply to chest equal parts turpentine and 
alcohol and cover with blanket. In be- 
ginning give tincture aconite twenty 
drops every hour. If not better in two 
days discontinue aconite and give one 
ounce tr. digitalis every eight hours. 

In Pleurisy there is fever with rapid 
pulse, animal stands, grunts on moving 
or when chest is struck, has a short 
painful cough. Treat same as for pneu- 
monia ; give also one drachm iodide of 
potash twice daily. 

Sore Teats are caused by scratches 
from briers, bites of insects, dirt expo- 
sure, also from the contagion of cow pox 
at milking. Remove cause and use milk 
tube if necessary; apply to sores after 
milking small quantity of mixture gly- 
cerine four ounces and carbolic acid one 
drachm. In cow pox milk affected cow 
last and apply to sores mixture glycer- 
ine four ounces, water eight ounces, 
chloride of zinc twenty grains. 

Warts on teats or other parts are 
generally easily removed by sharp scis- 
sors; dress wound as advised for sore 
teats. 

Mange causes great itching and gen- 
erally starts at root of tail or top of 
neck; cause, a minute parasite. Wash 
with soap and water and dry, after 
which apply lard which destroys the 
parasite. 

For Lice and Ticks apply daily a tea 
made by adding one pound quassia chips 
to three gallons of boiling water. Or- 
dinary sheep dip is also effective. Car- 
bolic acid is one of the most effective 
agents against parasites. It should have 
a dilution of about one hundred times 
its bulk* of water. Kerosene emulsion 
is good for lice on cattle, killing both 
adults and eggs. To make, dissolve one- 
half pound hard soap in one gallon hot 
water and while still near the boiling 



point add two gallons kesosene oil. 
Churn or agitate until emulsified. Use 
one part of this emulsion to eight or 
ten parts of water and use as a spray, 
wash or dip. <\ 

In Ringworm there are circular spots 
of baldness covered by gray or yellow 
crust; caused also by a parasite. Wash 
with strong soap and water and apply 
pure creolin once daily for a week. 

Foul Claw or Hoof Distemper causes 
lameness in one or more feet, swelling 
and heat around top of hoof, and bad 
smelling discharge around edge of hoof 
and between the claws. Cause, dirty 
stables, standing in stagnant water or 
mud. Trim off all loose horn, clean by 
wiping with dry rags, wet sores twice 
daily with mixture chloride of zinc one 
ounce, water one pint. 

Overgrowth of Hoof from standing 
in stable should be filed off with rasp. 

Sprains (generally below knee or 
hock), causing heat and lameness with 
tenderness at point of injury, should be 
bathed with warm water or with lauda- 
num three parts, lead water one part. 

Wounds, if bleeding much, fill or 
cover the wound with clean cotton 
dipped in cold or quite warm water, and 
secure firmly with bandage ; examine for 
foreign bodies, as splinters, nails and 
dirt. Do not fill wound with cobwebs to 
stop bleeding. Remove the bandage be- 
fore swelling takes place; one applica- 
tion of bandage usually enough. Keep 
animal quiet first day, then allow exer- 
cise. Keep wound clear and apply car- 
bolic acid water 5 per cent, or creolin 
and water 1 to 10. Do not apply grease 
to wounds. If proud flesh forms apply 
daily enough powdered burnt alum to 
cover. *i 

For an Abscess or cavity containing 
pus caused by bruises, etc., open freely 
and syringe with 10 per cent, creolin 
solution. 

Lockjaw, a constant muscular spasm 
involving more or less the entire body, 
is caused by the entrance of tetanus 
germs through a wound. There is stiff- 
ness of whole or part of body, more fre- 
quently the jaws, making eating difficult 
or impossible. If animal can drink give 
one-half ounce doses bromide potash 
five times daily; dissolve and place on 
food or gruel or in water given to drink. 
Do not drench, and keep quiet. (j 

Inversion of Vagina most frequent 
in springers, caused most frequently by 
stalls too low behind. Treat displaced 
parts with warm water and replace them. 



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Chas. E. Lincoln 

MAINE, N. y. 

Breeder of Thoroughbred Single Comb Black 
Minorcas* Settings of 14 eggs, $2.00. 



A. L. MEEKER 

DEALER IN 

Fancy and Staple Groceries, Dry Goods 

and Notions, Shoes and Rubbers, 
Gasoline, Auto Supplies, Fiske Tires. 

In fact anything you want. Come and give us a chance. 
WEST WINDSOR .-. .-. NEW YORK 



5. B. flDeal^ 
IHnbci'taker 

92 jfiont Street 
Bingbamton, HI. 10. 



If You Wish The Same Amount of 
Fire Insurance Protection 

For Less Money See 

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Place cow in stall eight inches higher be- 
hind than in front until after calving. 

Inversion of Womb occurs after calv- 
ing, same cause as above and treatment 
the same; get womb placed well for- 
ward. 

Sterility in bull is sometimes caused 
by high feeding and lack of exercise. 
Give nux vomica one drachm and cap- 
sicum one-half drachm once daily. In 
cow may be temporary, following abor- 
tion; if from other cause, seldom re- 
cover. Try same remedy as for bull. 

Abortion is a frequent and trouble- 
some malady, occurring generally at 
about seventh or eighth month. Cause 
may be due to injuries or to contagion. 
Separate at once when suspected; after 
calf is born syringe the womb with one 
gallon of warm water containing one 
ounce creolin. Repeat daily as long as 
any discharge is seen. Afterbirth should 
be removed about third day after calv- 
ing. Disinfect stables thoroughly. Do 
not let cow take bull for at least two 
months after aborting. 

Retained Afterbirth is generally due 
to premature birth ; should be removed 
on third or fourth day. Blanketing, 
warm stable, warm drinks may help. If 
necessary to remove by hand, should 
only be atten>pted by qualified person, 
otherwise it is advisable to allow it to 
remain. 

Inflammation of the Womb is indi- 
cated by fever, loss of appetite, strain- 
ing. Caused by injuries in calving or 
to attempts at removal of afterbirth, and 
is generally fatal. Give two drachms 
salicylate of soda every four hours and 
syringe womb with warm water and two 
ounces creolin to the gallon. 
• Milk Fever or Parturient Apoplexy 
is usually treated by inflation of the 
udder with air. Doubtless a regular "milk 
fever outfit," costing about $3, is best to 
use, as it precludes the possibility of in- 
fecting the sensitive interior of the udder. 
But in emergency, or in case the outfit 
is not procurable, the udder may be in- 
flated by using a bicycle or automobile 
air pump, taking pains to be sure the 
air used is pure. If in a stable, venti- 
late it well. 

Attach a milking tube to the tubing of 
the pump, first dipping it in a carbolic 
solution (carbolic acid three teaspoons, 
water one pint). Wash each teat care- 
fully with this antiseptic, before inflat- 
ing it, so as to prevent infection. In- 
sert the milking tube carefully. Work 
slowly. 



Of course the udder must not be in- 
flated unreasonably. After inflation, re- 
move the tube and leave the udder full 
of air for five to eight hours.* Then 
the air may be worked out gently, and, 
if necessary, the inflation may be re- 
peated. 
_ Cows so treated usually show marked 
signs of improvement within two hours. 

Actinomycosis (Lump Jaw) is a con- 
tagious disease due to a germ known as 
"Ray fungus." There are well-defined 
swellings about the jaw, head and throat, 
or may be on the tongue or in the lungs. 
These soften and open after a time and 
discharge matter; appetite good until 
well advanced._ The treatment is, re- 
move by surgical means; late experi- 
ments indicate iodide of potash two to 
three drachms daily to be a cure. Ad- 
vanced cases should be killed at once. 
The meat should never be used for 
food. 

Milk Sickness (Trembles) is a dis- 
ease of cattle communicable to man and 
other animals by use of meat or milk; 
dry cattle most commonly and far more 
severely affected. Milch cows may trans- 
mit this disease through the use of their 
milk and yet show no trace of the dis- 
ease themselves. The symptoms are 
trembling upon least exertion as walk 
ing, great _ prostration and delirium. 
Treatment is only prevention; do not 
use pastures known to produce this dis- 
ease; unbroken land of certain districts 
unsafe. 

Rheumatism is shown by hot, painful 
swellings _ at the joints, generally the 
hocks, stiffness in walking or may be 
unable to rise. Bathe joints with cam- 
phor and alcohol and give internally two 
drachms salicylate of soda every three 
hours until four ounces have been given ; 
keep warm and dry and give laxative 
food. 

Texas Fever, a disease of Southern 
cattle which, when transmitted to North- 
ern cattle, is generally fatal in a few 
days. The spread of the disease is gen- 
erally due to ticks ; those from dis- 
eased animals contain the germs of the 
disease and_ by their bites transmit it. 
The indications are a high fever, stag- 
gering gait, urine of reddish brown to 
black, great prostration, unconsciousness, 
death. Most common in summer 
months; unknown in the north after 
heavy frost. Prevention, avoidance of 
cattle from Southern fever districts; 
dipping of Southern cattle to destroy the 
ticks. 



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Xlie I_.argest and IVIost Complete 

FURNITURE & HOUSEFURNISHING STORE 

In Soutliem IVew York 

We furnish the home connplcte — Carpets, Rugs, 
F'urniture, Housefurnlshings, ete. 

Five Auto Trucks deliver to all parts of the country for miles around. 
Country residents are given the same service as city buyers. 

THE FAIR STORE 

13-lS Court Street - - Binghamton, N. Y. 

Bell 'Phone 2022 Rates $1,00 and up 

The Donnelly Hotel 

JOHN H. DONNELLY, Prop. 

HOT AND COLD LUNCHES CLAMS IN SEASON 
BOWLING ALLEYS 

82-84 State Street BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 



Our Specialty, filling Prescriptiojis for Oculists and Optometrists 
WE SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE 

DIAMOND OPTICAL CO. 

P. R. St. JOHN, Manager 
Binghamton- Savings Bank Bldg., BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 

Deposit Lumber Company 

Incorporated 

Manufacturers of and dealers in all kinds of Lumber 

Lath and Shingles. Interior Trim, Builders' Hardware, 
Paints, Oils and Varnishes — Paroid Roofing 

We solicit your business 

190-194 FRONT ST. - - - - DEPOSIT, N. Y. 

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Horse Ailments 

(From the Biggie Horse Book) 



The majority of horse ailments may 
be traced, directly or indirectly, to im- 
proper feeding and watering, careless 
management in the stable and in 
harness. A careless driver is a very 
-requent cause of loss. 

There is no reason why a first-class 
team, six to eight years old, should not 
serve continuously and satisfactorily for 
a term of twelve to sixteen years, if 
properly protected, fed and looked out 
for. 

If, from improper care or feeding, 
or from some unavoidable cause, your 
horse is out of condition, you should 
dose him with little medicine and much 
common sense. 

The horse that allows himself to be 
caught lying down may be considered 
out of condition or lacking sufficient 
nutritious food. A quart of linseed meal 
divided into three feeds and added to 
his grain daily will do him much good 
and help a quick shedding of the coat. 

Blindness. — Consult a skilled veteri- 
narian at once. 

BoTS.— The bot-fly resembles a honey- 
bee in size, and in late summer deposits 
eggs of a yellowish color on the hair 
of the horse's breast, legs, etc. In try- 
ing to bite at these_ eggs, the animal 
gets some of them in his mouth and 
throat. The eggs soon hatch and the 
larvae attach themselves eventually to the 
lining of the stomach, and are then 
called "bots." They remain in the stom- 
ach until the following spring. Of 
course, the presence of these pests 
causes more or less irritation, but, as a 
rule, no serious harm is done in ordinary 
instances. *^ Contrary to popular belief, 
bots do not eat holes through a horse's 
stomach. We do not know of any treat- 
ment that will remove bots. Prevention 
should be the horse owner's main re- 
liance. Kill the flies whenever pos- 
sible; hang pieces of red cloth from the 
halter throat-latch, so that the shaking 
of the head when a horse is in pasture 
may serve to frighten the flies away; 
and scrape off, from time to time, any 
eges which are found on the horse. 

Broken-Wind. — See Heaves. 

Capped Hock. — May be reduced in the 
same manner as Wind Galls (which see). 

Choking. — Horses that choke thrust 
out their heads, bend and stretch the 
neck, while there is a copious flow of 
saliva from the mouth. In some cases 



there is distention of the gullet on the 
left side of the neck, if it has descended 
so far. If it be in the upper part of 
the gullet a man accustomed to giving 
balls may be able to reach it with his 
hand. Obstructions that have got lower 
down may be moved upward gently from 
the outside. Sometimes an obstruction 
is soft and may be crushed small enough 
for the animal to swallow it. A mass 
of meal or other impacted food is some- 
times removed by frequent drinks of 
water, and a drench of olive or cotton 
seed oil can do no harm. The plan of 
reaching a whip or heavy piece of rope 
down the gullet to push the substance 
into the stomach is risky, in the hands 
of one not accustomed to the anatomy 
of the horse. 

Choking Distemper. — This disease 
prevails at times in many parts of the 
country. It is sometimes called spinal 
meningitis or putrid sore throat. The 
animal often falls down paralyzed, can- 
not arise, and if left prostrate is almost 
sure to die. He must be got upon his 
feet, and if he cannot stand must be 
swung. A majority of cases are fatal. 
It is caused by some specific poison 
taken into the system with food or 
drink, mostly the former. Dirty man- 
gers, rotting roots or meal, and mouldy 
hay, especially meadow hay, are usually 
the media by which the disease is ac- 
quired. The moral is to have every- 
thing sweet and clean that the animal 
eats and drinks, and have no decayed 
matter in the entry or in any other part 
of the barn. (See Distemper.) 

Cocked Ankle. — See Knuckling. 

Coffin-Joint Lameness. — Same as 
Navicular Disease (which see). 

Colic, Spasmodic. — This begins sud- 
denly. The horse stamps impatiently, 
looks backward, soon paws, and then 
rolls. After an interval of ease the 
pains return with increased severity. 
Give chloral hydrate, one ounce, in half 
a pint of water as a drench ; or_ ether 
and laudanum, two ounces each, in lin- 
seed oil, half a pint; or sulphuric ether 
arui alcohol, two ounces of each in eight 
ounces of water. If nothing else is 
handy, give, of whiskey half a pint in 
hot water. If not relieved in one hour 
repeat any of the doses prescribed. The 
body should be warmly clothed and 
sweating encouraged. Dip blankets in 
hot water containing a small quantity 



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Mr. Dealer — For your convenience we carry the largest stock of 

FURNACE AND HEATING SUPPLIES 

in this part of the State 

Also PLUMBING SUPPLIES 

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Dampers ^^- ,-,t r^ ¥> . i Registers 

Tin and Galv. 207 Water St. Binghamton Furnace. 

Pipe and Elbows Etc., Etc. 

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Lots and acreage for sale in Hill Crest Park. Also lots in 
Riverside Drive, Johnson City " 

ADDRESS: 

PORT DICKINSON NEW YORK 



OLIVER BROS. 

Funeral Directors and Embalmers 

PAINTS, GLASS AND FURNITURE 

UNION, NEW YORK 

LANDERS' S. C. WHITE LEGHORNS 

are great layers of large white eggs. Pullets, hens, breeding males and eggs 
for hatching. Day-old chicks, April and May, $12 per hundred. Prices low 
on breeding stock, considering quality guaranteed. There is no better strain 
either for laying or exhibition purposes. Show birds a matter of correspon- 
dence. We have birds that will win in any show. On our first exhibition 
in Madison Square Garden we won two Sterling Silver Cups for best display 
by new exhibitor. We solicit your patronage and guarantee a square deal. 

OVERLOOK POULTRY FARM 

E. C. Landers, Prop. WHITNEY POINT, N. Y. 

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of turpentine, and hold them in place 
under the body with dry blankets, or 
rub the abdomen with stimulants or 
mustard water. If cramp is due to irri- 
tation in the bowels, a cure is not com- 
plete until a physic of aloes, one ounce; 
or linseed oil, one pint, is given. Soapy 
or salt water aids the cure when used 
as an injection. 

Colic, Wind. — Is caused by feeding 
after a long fasting, or when the animal 
is exhausted by driving, or by new grain 
or hay, too much grain fed, or by sour 
or indigestible food. The horse seems 
dull, paws, and the pains are continuous. 
The belly enlarges, and when struck in 
front of the haunches sounds like a 
drum. If not soon relieved, difficult 
breathing, sweating, staggering and death 
follow. Give alkalines to neutralize the 
gases formed. No simple remedy is 
better than common baking soda, two 
to four ounces. If this fails, give 
chloride of lime in half-ounce doses, or 
the same quantity of carbonate of am- 
monia dissolved and diluted with oil or 
milk, until relieved. Chloral hydrate is 
particularly useful in both wind and 
spasmodic colic. Horsemen would be 
wise to keep it ready for emergencies. 
Physic should be given in flatulent colic, 
and turpentine, one to two ounces, with 
linseed oil, eight ounces, frequently, to 
stimulate the motion of the bowels. 
Colic should not be neglected nor the 
patient left, until you are certain of cure 
or death. 

Cough. — If a horse coughs, dampen 
his hay, wet his mixed feed, keep him 
out of a draught ; after exercise blanket 
him. (See Heaves.) 

Cribbing or Wind-Sucking. — This is 
a bad habit, rather than a disease. The 
horse bites his manger or other con- 
venient object, sucks air and makes a 
peculiar grunting noise. Prevention 
aids a cure. Iron mangers and stable 
fittings are a great help ; or box stalls 
containing no projecting wooden objects. 

Curb. — A curved, unnatural condition 
of the back part of the hock. Lameness, 
enlargement and more or less inflam- 
mation are symptoms. Liniments, iodine 
ointment, blisters, and, as a last resort, 
firing, are all recommended. 

Distemper. — Keep hot poultices of 
bread and milk or oil meal on the neck 
of horses with throat distemper; change 
them often. In severe cases, rub the 
glands and muscles with spirits of tur- 
pentine and camphor. (See Choking 
Distemper.) 



Dysentery.— If this trouble exists, 
place the horse in a dry, well-ventilated 
stable, rub the surface of the body fre- 
quently, and keep it and the legs warm 
with blankets and bandages. The food 
must be light and easy to digest, the 
water pure and in small quantities. Give 
first, castor oil, one-half pint, and 
laudanum, two ounces. The strength 
must be kept up by milk punches, eggs, 
beef tea, oatmeal gruel, etc. 

Eye. — See Hooks, Pink-Eye and 
Blindness. 

Farcy. — A form of glanders which at- 
tacks the skin. (See Glanders.) 

Fetlock. — If this be sprained and the 
injury slight, bandage and apply cold 
water frequently. Where the lameness 
is intense, and the swelling and heat • 
great, the leg should be kept in a con- 
stant stream of cold water. When the 
inflammation has been subdued, the joint 
should be blistered. (See Knuckling.) 

Fits. — See Staggers. 

Founder. — The front feet are usually 
affected, the delicate laminae being in- 
flamed. Acute founder, if not cured, de- 
velops into chronic founder, and no sure 
cure is known for the latter stage of 
the disease. The trouble may come from 
any one of several causes : Long or 
hard driving, hard pavements or roads, 
feeding or watering a horse while he 
is exceedingly warm or tired, etc., etc. 
Lameness, pain and heat in the fore feet, 
are common symptoms. For an attack 
of this kind, the best things to do are 
about as follows : Get the shoes off, 
put the horse in his stall, and soak or 
pack his feet in cold water, moss, or 
whatever is handy; give a tablespoonful 
of saltpeter as a drench three times a 
day; send for a veterinarian. 

Galls. — See Shoulder and Wind Galls, 

Giddiness. — A horse which is fre- 
quently or occasionally overtaken with 
this trouble is dangerous to use. It is 
hard to cure. It indicates the need of 
moderate driving, especially in hot 
weather, and that a small amount of 
hay should be fed. 

Glanders. — Whenever a horse is seen 
to bleed or emit offensive matter from 
the nostrils, glanders may be suspected 
and home treatment should not be at- 
tempted. It may be a dangerous case, 
which is fatal alike to man and beast. 
A veterinary surgeon should be called. 

Gorged Stomach. — This results' when 
a horse has been fed after a long fast. 
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tended that it is unable to contract itself 
upon its contents, a motion which is 
necessary in digestion. The horse be- 
comes stupid, slight colicky symptoms 
are observed, and he carries his head 
low and extended. As he grows worse 
he paws, becomes delirious, is covered 
with cold sweat, trembles, slobbers, stag- 
gers and drops dead. Treatment is dif- 
ficult. A purgative of Barbadoes aloes, 
one ounce, should be given at once, fol- 
lowed by Cayenne pepper, one-half 
ounce, or Jamaica ginger, one-half 
ounce. If the bowels can be stimu- 
lated to act, they will in a measure re- 
lieve the stomach. For this purpose, 
use turpentine, two ounces, and linseed 
oil, eight ounces. 

Grease Heel. — See Scratches. 

Heaves. — A peculiar movement of the 
abdomen and flank, points to heaves ; a 
cough usually accompanies it. There is 
no cure for the established disease. 
Careful dieting will relieve the distress, 
but this will appear as bad as ever when 
the stomach is overloaded. The best 
quality of food lessens heaves. Food 
that is too bulky and which lacks nutri- 
ment, has much to do with the disease. 
Feed affected animals only a small 
quantity of hay once a day, and in- 
variably water at least fifteen minutes 
before feeding, and never directly after 
meal. Work right after eating aggra- 
vates the symptoms. Carrots, potatoes 
or turnips, chopped or mixed with oats 
or corn, are a good diet. What bulky 
food is given should be in the evening. 
Medical treatment is worth less than 
dieting. A predisposition to the disease 
may be inherited. 

Hidebound. — A symptom, not a dis- 
ease. The trouble comes because the 
horse is out of condition, or because he 
has worms, bad teeth, indigestion, or 
some chronic disease. 

Hock. — See Capped Hock, etc. 

Hooks. — There is a widespread de- 
lusion that hooks, so called, is a disease 
affecting the horse's eye. A barbarous 
custom among cruel men is to forcibly 
destroy the membrane which keeps the 
eye free from foreign substances, but 
the cruelty does not accomplish the de- 
sired result, though it may injure or 
destroy the eye. The obstinacy of the 
membrane simply shows something to 
be wrong in the anatomy of the horse, 
just as the tongue will indicate to the 
observing physician when the stomach 
of his subject is out of order. To cut 
or disturb the hooks in the eyes is as 



absurd as to doctor the tongue instead 
of the stomach in the human case. 

Indigestion. — Some horses, although 
having a good appetite, remain gaunt 
and thin from indigestion. They should 
be given some strong purgative, like 
Barbadoes aloes, combined with pow- 
dered ginger, one-half ounce; Glauber's 
salts, one-half pound, dissolved in a 
quart of water. When the intestines 
have been thoroughly cleaned by this 
process, give daily the following powder : 
Sulphate of iron, three drachms ; sul- 
phate of soda, two ounces ; nux vomica, 
ten grains ; ginger, one-half ounce. This 
powder may be continued daily for a 
month. Give all the rock salt the ani- 
mal will lick. 

Itching Skin. — Wash the skin thor- 
oughly with carbolic soapsuds, and give 
the horse a half pound of Glauber's 
salts daily for a week. Do not feed 
him any grain but wheat, scalded bran 
and linseed meal, three quarts of the 
former and one quart of the latter, for 
two weeks. There will speedily come 
a change. Card him daily. Scald his 
oats and give him salt daily. Feed oats, 
bran and linseed after the two weeks 
and scald the whole mess. When horses 
are covered with bunches or lumps, 
their blood is out of order. Give doses 
of Glauber's salts daily and hot bran 
mashes. Give salts a half pound daily. 
A gill of razv linseed oil every day v/ill 
be good, mixed with the bran. 

Knuckling or Cocked Ankle. — A 
condition of the fetlock joint which re- 
sembles partial dislocation. The trouble 
is not considered unsoundness, but it 
predisposes to stumbling. Foals are 
quite subject to it, and no treatment is 
necessary, as the legs straighten up 
naturally in a few weeks. It is caused 
in horses by heavy and fast work, and 
is produced sometimes by a disease of 
the suspensory ligament, or of the flexor 
tendons. This should be relieved by 
proper shoeing. The toe must be short- 
ened and the heels left high, or the 
shoe should be thin forward with thick 
heels or high calks. 

Lameness. — May be due to founder, 
navicular disease, faulty shoeing, sprains, 
spavin, etc., etc. 

Laminitis or Founder. — See Founder, 

Lampas. — Usually an imaginary 
trouble. Very rarely does the mem- 
brane directly beneath .the upper front 
teeth congest and swell enough to in- 
terfere with feeding. When this trouble 
is feared there is no quicker nor surer 
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cure than feeding a little corn in the 
lar. When biting off the kernels, the 
horse naturally compresses the mem- 
brane or forces it back. The burning 
of the lampas is cruel and unnecessary, 
and if the swelled parts are cut, the cut 
should not be deep, or danger will result. 

Lice. — Remove these by rubbing the 
horse with a solution of sulphate of 
potassium, four ounces, and water, one 
gallon ; or with strong tar water ; or 
dust with Persian insect powder; or 
the skin may be sponged with benzine or 
quassia chip tea. Any of the applications 
must be repeated a week later to de- 
stroy the lice hatching in the interval. 
All blankets should be boiled, and the 
stalls painted with turpentine, and lit- 
tered with fresh pine sawdust. 

Lockjaw. — This is caused by cuts, 
nail in the hoof, etc. Nothing is so 
common from wounds in the feet and 
from docking. The horse is unable to 
open his jaws to the fullest extent, and 
mastication is impossible. Various 
muscles twitch, the head and tail are 
elevated and the nose protruded, and 
the anus is compressed. The animal 
swallows with difficulty; saliva flows 
from the mouth. Of course, in this dis- 
ease the necessity of calling in a skilled 
veterinary surgeon is indicated. 

Megrims. — See Giddiness, 

Meningitis. Spinal. — See Choking 
Distemper. 

Overwork, Overheating, Etc. — An 
experienced horseman, if humane, will 
not push his horse beyond his strength. 
An indiscreet driver will sometimes 
bring an animal to the verge of ex- 
tinction. The symptoms are plain in the 
audible breathing, staggering gait, ex- 
hausted appearance and heaving flank. 
The girts must be removed and the 
face turned toward the wind, the animal 
being protected from the sun meantime. 
The head must be left free and the 
limbs and body well rubbed. The move- 
ment of the ribs should not be hindered 
in any way. A few swallows of cold 
water may be allowed, and, in hot 
weather, the mouth, forehead and face 
may be sponged with it. When suf- 
ficiently revived, the horse should be 
slowly led to a comfortable box-stall 
and heavily blanketed, woolen bandages 
being wound about the legs as well. If 
the horse has fallen he must not be 
allowed to lie until he voluntarily gets 
up, but must be propped up on his 
breast and not allowed to lie flat on his 
side. Heat exhaustion is somewhat 



similar in symptom and demands similar 
treatment, with the addition of throwing 
cold water over the animal, particularly 
wetting the head, and causing a current 
of air to pass over him that evaporation 
may take place. 

Pink-Eye. — A species of influenza 
which causes inflammation of the eye. 
It is contagious. Isolate the patient ; 
disinfect his old stall; blanket him and 
feed him warm mashes and laxative 
food ; bathe the eyes occasionally with 
hot water. Boric acid (one dram di- 
luted with three ounces of water) makes 
an excellent solution for dropping into 
sore eyes, at intervals of three or four 
hours. 

Ring Bone. — An osseous exudation or 
bony deposit at the crown of the hoof. 
When its presence is first detected the 
place should be severely blistered once 
or twice, or red iodide of mercury ap- 
plied. If this fail, firing with the hot 
iron in the hands of a competent surgeon 
will be necessary. 

Roaring. — A disease of the muscles 
of the larynx and a vocal cord. Causes 
a roaring or whistling sound when the 
horse is exercising. This trouble may 
come from straining the respiratory or- 
gans, it may be an after-effect of dis- 
temper, or it may have been inherited. 
Treatment is of little benefit, although 
a surgical operation sometimes brings 
relief. 

Scratches or Grease Heel. — This 
trouble is frequently the result of care- 
lessness in cleaning and ventilating the 
stable. Many a horse is ruined by al- 
lowing the legs to go dirty. It takes 
only a few minutes to wash them clean 
and rub them dry. If the skin begins 
to crack it must not be left or it will 
become almost incurable. The skin must 
be kept clean and soft. The disease 
may result from the condition of the 
blood, from unwholesome fodder, or 
work in irritating mud or dust, espe- 
cially of a limestone character. It has 
been brought on by using caustic soap 
on the legs, clipping the heels in winter 
time, by debilitating disease, etc. The 
first step in a cure is to remove the 
cause, and if there is much local heat, 
administer a laxative, like a pound of 
Glauber's salts. Highly-fed animals 
should have their rations reduced, or 
replaced by bran mashes, flaxseed, fruits, 
roots, and other non-stimulating food. 
Bitter tonics are essential also, and may 
be continued six weeks to two months. 
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water, one quart, in which sugar of lead, 
two drachms, is dissolved ; or anoint 
with vaseline, one ounce, sugar of lead, 
one drachm, and carbolic acid, ten drops. 
To clip the hair from the horse's heels 
and poultice them with grated carrot, 
night and morning, is sometimes bene- 
ficial. Free exercise is important. Rub 
the heels dry and apply equal parts of 
glycerine and compound tincture of 
aloes. Or try this: Cut the hair off 
short and paint it over with chloride 
of zinc and water — thirty grains to one 
pint of water. Put this on once a day 
and rub with glycerine. 

Shoulder. — Have properly fitting col- 
lars. If the surface galls under the col- 
lar, wish with salt and water at night 
and with clear water in the morning, 
and protect the spot with a pad under 
the collar. If the skin breaks, use a 
lotion of one drachm of carbolic acid 
to one quart of water twice a day, and 
relieve the horse from work for a day 
or two. It is cruel to work a horse with 
a raw, sore shoulder. Various forms of 
shoulder lameness exist. (See Sweeny, 
Navicular Disease, etc.) 

Skin. — See Itching Skin. 

Spavin. — If you have a suspicion of 
a spavin coming on your horse, employ 
a good veterinary surgeon. Heroic treat- 
ment is the only thing in such cases. 
Judicious firing, strong blistering and 
perfect rest for at least six weeks or 
two months, and good nursing will, in 
most cases, arrest the disease and cure 
lameness. It is the result of too great 
exposure in draught or speed, or from 
slipping and kindred causes. 

Spinal Meningitis. — See .Choking 
Distemper. 

Splint. — This may be rubbed off and 
the work aided by putting tsn a liniment, 
but few would persevere in the rubbing 
long enough to make a cure. A blister 
will do it. 

Sprains. — See Fetlock, etc. 

Staggers or Fits. — Horses liable to 
this trouble should have harnesses that 
are carefully adjusted, and should not 
be pushed in hot weather. No heavy 
feed should be given them at any time, 
oats and sweef hay or grass being the 
best. Such animals should not be driven 
when it can be avoided. When indica- 
tions point to an attack, the horse should 
be stopped, his harness loosened, some 
cold water given him to drink and his 
face sponged at the same time. Rye is 
a bad feed for sleepy staggers. 



String Halt. — Cures are difficult and 
rare. Consult a veterinarian. 

Sunstroke. — See Overheating. 

Sweeny. — This is often called shoul- 
der lameness, and it causes the wasting 
away of some muscles on the outside of 
the shoulder blade. The trouble, as a 
rule, is brought about by extra-hard 
work or pulling when a horse is young. 
More or less lameness is a symptom of 
sweeny. Easy work ; perfect-fitting col- 
lars; rubbing with liniment; light blis- 
ters, etc., are recommended, but a cure 
is difficult and tedious, as a general 
thing. 

Teeth. — A twenty-year-old horse was 
not doing well. Upon examination his 
front teeth were found to be so long 
that his grinders were kept from coming 
together, and he could not masticate his 
food. His teeth were filed off, and the 
sharp points evened with a float, and 
he is now doing as well as any of the 
younger horses. Watch the teeth of the 
old horse. (See Lampas.) 

Thorough-pin. — An enlargement be- 
tween the point of the hock and the 
front of the hock joint. Treatment 
should be the same as for wind-puff. 

Unnatural Appetites. — The horse 
which eats its own excrement, dirt, etc., 
does it for the acids and salts found in 
such substances. Give such a horse a 
pinch of copperas, bone dust, salt, ashes 
and saltpetre mixed in its meal once 
a day. A few days of pasturing will 
prove beneficial. 

Wheezing. — Horses often snort and 
wheeze because of an enlargement of 
the glands in the nostrils. A skilled 
veterinarian can remove the trouble by 
cutting it out. Doctoring will not curt 
snoring or wheezing horses. The air 
passages are stopped. Wheezing may 
also be caused by a form of asthma 
called Heaves (which see). 

Wind (}alls or Puffs. — The treat- 
ment consists in pressure by means of 
bandages and by cold lotions ; also, 
hand rubbing and iodine ointment. 

Wind-Sucking. — See Cribbing. 

Worms. — Horses having greedy appe- 
tites, rough coats and poor condition 
may be suspected of worms. Such ani- 
mals often pass long, round worms. 
Copperas or tobacco will clear the 
worms out of the stomach of a horse. 
A tablespconful of copperas for two days 
and then stop for two. A handful of 
tobacco dried and made into powder 
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three days and then omit it for a few 
days For worms in the rectum a 
syringe must be used. Salt and water 
are good; or, carbolic acid diluted fifty 
times in water; or, what is better, 
thymo-cresol, diluted one to fifty parts 
of water. 

Puncture. — It is dangerous for a 
horse to step on a nail, as it is likely 
to result in lockjaw. Have the black- 
smith cut out the puncture down to 
tender flesh, then fill the opening with 
a 5 per cent, solution of carbolic acid 
and pack with cotton to keep out dirt, 
and repeat daily, soaking the foot in 
clean warm water before dressing. 

Navicular Disease is indicated by a 
shrunken shoulder, and a contracted foot 
that is placed several inches ia advance 
of the other while at rest. This is an 
inflammation or ulceration of the pedal 
sesamoid at the point where the tendons 
play over it. The symptoms are often 
very obscure, according to the stage of 
the disease, and the lameness is at- 
tributed to some difficulty in the shoul- 
der. This, however, is a mistake. It is 
due to the wasting of the shoulder 
muscles from disease. The cause is 
usually fast work on hard roads or 
pavements, causing slight inflammation, 
which being unnoticed or neglected, in- 
creases and ends in ulceration. The 
best treatment is to remove the shoe, 
pare down the hoofwall and round the 
edge to prevent splitting, then fire deeply 
in points around and above the coronet, 
follow up with one or more blisters of 
red iodide of mercury, one part, lard, 
three parts, and when the effects pass 
off, turn out the animal to pasture for 
six weeks. It is always best to con- 
sult, in this disease, a competent veteri- 
nary surgeon. 

Corns originate in simple bruises. 
There is later an increased production 



of hoof, and the formation of a horny 
tumor which presses on the quick. ' If 
of recent formation apply a bar shoe 
and rasp down the bearing surface of 
the afilicted heel and avoid pressure. 
Soak the feet. A horny tumor must be 
pared to the quick and packed with tar. 
Shoe with a bar shoe and place a leather 
sole between it and the hoof. If the 
corn be further advanced the foot 
should be soaked in a bucket of hot 
water for an hour, and then poulticed. 
Any matter that has formed should be 
liberated, and if grit or dirt has got 
into the heel this should be cleaned out. 
Poultices should be kept upon the wound 
until it is healed and free from soreness. 
If the cause is so serious that matter 
has burst out at the top of the heel, only 
a veterinary surgeon is competent to 
manage it. 

Thrush is a disease which shows an 
excessive secretion of unhealthy matter 
in the frog, and is detected by its vile 
odor. A common cause is foul stables. 
The cure consists in cleanliness and the 
removal of the cause. The diseased and 
ragged portions of the frog should be 
pared and scraped and the foot poulticed 
for a day or two with oil meal and 
water, to which may be added a few 
drops of carbolic acid, or some powdered 
charcoal. The dressing should be 
changed daily, and after every vestige 
of decayed substance is removed, the 
cleft of the frog and grooves on its 
edges should be cleaned and packed with 
oakum, held in place by leather nailed 
on with the shoe. Before packing, cover 
the place with a good coat of sulphate 
of zinc, pressing well in. Horses 
especially liable to thrush may need to 
be protected in the stable by the use 
of bpots. Sometimes other diseases 
combine with thrush, making a cure 
seem impossible. 



Dehorning Calves 

Taking horns off yearling or older cat- 
tle is a hard shock to them. It costs a 
week's feed, and may cost much more. 
It is very easy to prevent the horns 
starting, requiring only thoughtful at- 
tention for a few minutes before the 
horns have come through the skin. 

The following recipe has never failed : 
Procure common powdered concentrated 
lye, such as all housewives use. A 10- 
cent can will dehorn 100 calves. When 
the calf is a week or more old, before 
the horn has come through the skin, 
and when you can feel it in the shape 
of a little button under the skin, take 



the calf in hand. Lay him gently on 
his side. Spit on the little bump and 
rub it in with your finger, till a place 
is wet as big as a silver quarter of a 
dollar. Don't wet anywhere else. Take 
your knife and lift out dry the powdered 
lye, as much as two grains of corn. 
Press it down on the wet place. It will 
stick there. Treat the other side in the 
same manner. Let the calf go. It 
won't hurt him much, or long. A scab 
forms; do not touch it. It will peel 
off after a time, and the hair will grow 
over the place; you will have a fine, 
smooth head, equal to a natural polled 
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Hog Ailments and How to Treat Them 



(From the Biggie Swine Book) 



More has been spoken and written on 
the subject of hog cholera than upon 
any other one subject connected with 
hogs. It has ever been a fruitful 
source for discussion at farmers' in- 
stitutes and an endless theme on which 
to write. The Government has appro- 
priated large sums of money and has 
employed learned men who hav.e la- 
bored with seeming diligence for years, 
and yet after all these years of waiting 
and all this expenditure of money we 
are forced to admit, whether humili- 
ating or not, that we know but very 
little that is of practical benefit about 
the whole matter. 

But two things are absolutely known 
about the disease. One is that it sweeps 
unrestrained over vast areas of country, 
leaving death and destruction in its 
wake; and the other is that hogs which 
contract the disease usually die. 

We shall not attempt to deal with 
this subject in a scientific way, but shall 
deal with it rather from a practical 
standpoint. 

A somewhat recent means of preventing 
the disease is the serum or antitoxin 
cure. It consists in introducing into the 
system of the animal a serum which 
enables the body to more successfully 
combat the disease. The Government 
officials seem to be highly pleased with 
the results so far and seem to believe 
that relief from the dread disease is 
likely to come through this means. The 
serum produced last year, wherever 
used in cholera-infected herds, saved 
over eighty per cent, of the animals. It 
is easily applied, and its good effects in 
sick hogs are seen almost immediately. 

Page after page has been written as 
a means of telling hog cholera, but much 
of it is difficult of comprehension to the 
average reader. If you have never had 
it in your herd you are to be congratu- 
lated on your good fortune; and if you 
ever do, when you are done with it you 
may not have as many hogs as you did 
before, but rest assured of one thing, 
and that is you will know hog cholera 
when you see it again. As a rule hogs 
do not look well for weeks before an 
attack. At other times it will come 
like a bolt of lightning from a clear 
blue sky. The first thing noticeable is 
a loss of appetite ; the hair will look 
harsh and dry; sometimes a slight cough 
will be noticeable, at other times not. 

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The disease is sometimes of slow devel- 
opment, at other times quite rapid. In- 
stead of the sprightly, rapid movement 
so characteristic of the young and grow- 
ing hog, he moves slowly and indiffer- 
ently ; he looks gaunt and tired ; his 
back is arched, and he moves his hind 
legs with a dragging motion ; his tem- 
perature will most likely be high, prob- 
ably from 104 to 108 — the normal tem- 
perature of the hog is from 100 to 102. 
His bowels may be costive or the dis- 
charges may be thin and watery in sub- 
stance, but usually black or dark in 
color, emitting an offensive odor peculiar 
to the disease. 

The disease may be of a lingering 
character and the animals linger for 
weeks, or they may die in three of four 
days. Usually the lingering type is less 
fatal than the more rapid forms of the 
disease. Hogs which discharge freely in 
the first stages of the disease are more 
likely to recover than when the bowels 
remain constipated. Dark blue spots will 
often appear under the skin. The bowels 
will be more or less inflamed inside ; in 
the small intestines and sometimes in the 
stomach will be found ulcers; this, how- 
ever, is not common in the first stages of 
the disease. The bladder will most likely 
be full of a dark thick substance, show- 
ing that the kidneys, and in fact the 
whole internal organism, are affected. 

If we were to say 'what we thought 
was the best thing that could possibly be 
done when cholera appears in a herd, we 
would unhesitatingly say, take the well 
hogs to clean new quarters where no 
hogs have been for years. Then if more 
of them take sick move them again, and 
it is our belief based on actual experi- 
ence that more can be accomplished in 
this way than by the use of all the medi- 
cine in the country. For various reasons 
it is not always possible to move hogs, 
and in that case treatment may be re- 
sorted to, sometimes with fairly good re- 
sults. The treatment should cortsist in 
separating the well from the sick hogs, 
and in dividing the sick hogs according 
to age and size and severity of the at- 
tack. Not more than four or five hogs 
should be in the same pen, and fewer 
would be still better. Feed but little, and 
let that be food which' is easily digested. 
Use air-slacked lime and crude carbolic 
acid freely as a disinfectant. Use it 
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the sleeping places, on the fences and in 
the^drinking vessels. As much depends 
on "a thorough use of disinfectants as 
upon any other thing. If the bowels are 
constipated give something to move them. 
If too loose give something to check them. 
In short, use good common horse sense 
(so to speak) and you will usually suc- 
ceed very well. There is nothing better 
than salts or oil to move the bowels, and 
nothing shiows better results in checking 
them than a few drops of crystal carbolic 
acid. We know of no food better, if 
indeed as good, for sick hogs than ship 
Uufi, or middlings as it is sometimes 
called ; it seems to digest easily and is 
nothing to the bowels. 

If the weather is wet and cold keep 
the hogs dry and warm. In wet weather 
(if not^ too warm) keep the hogs in a 
floored pen, or at least in a pen where no 
water will lie in sinks or holes, as dirty 
water is one of the worst things a sick 
hog can possibly have. If the weather 
is warm, shelter the hog from heat. In 
other words, make him as comfortable 
as possible. 

Let it be borne constantly in mind that 
much depends on good nursing. It 
would seem natural and reasonable that 
an animal afflicted as he is would do best 
if allowed plenty of fresh water to drink, 
but actual experience demonstrates that 
a greater number recover when the sup- 
ply of water is limited than when it is 
not. 

Hogs that are very sick should be kept 
ny themselves, as others seem to disturb 
'hem, and 'often their recovery depends 
I n being perfectly still at the critical pe- 
riod of the disease. As a rule hogs that 
nre too sick to eat die. All hogs that die 
ni cholera, or of any other disease for 
the matter of that, should be burned and 
!iot buried, as abundant evidence can be 
produced to prove that the carcasses of 
I'ogs dying of cholera have been the 
cause of an outbreak years afterward. 
By all means burn all dead hogs as the 
•"iniy absolutely safe way of disposing of 
rnem. The burning operation is very 
simple. Lay the bodies across two logs, 
.sticks or pieces of iron that will keep 
them up off the ground so that the fire 
can get under them, and the grease from 
their own bodies will usually do the 
work, with a little wood or corn cobs 
added occasionally. 

Experience teaches that the disease 
more commonly appears in large herds 
than in small ones. The moral of this, 
then, is easily understood. Do not keep 



hogs in large droves. Not over twenty- 
five or thirty hogs at most should long 
remain together, and half the number 
would be infinitely better and safer in 
every way. Hogs of different sizes and 
ages should not be kept together, except- 
ing of course sows and suckling pigs. 
Hogs should not be kept on the same 
ground from year to year if it can pos- 
sibly be avoided. Plow up the lots and 
pens and cultivate them for a year or 
two; it will greatly assist in keeping 
your lots free from the germ. The dis- 
ease is much more prevalent in the sum- 
mer and fall months than in other sea- 
sons of the year. Then as far as is pos- 
sible reduce the number of hogs on the 
farm at this season of the year. 

If your neighbor's hogs have the dis- 
ease, stay away from his pens and be 
sure he stays away from yours. Shoot 
a crow, a buzzard, or a stray dog that 
comes on your place as unhesitatingly as 
you would kill a mad dog. This trio 
does more to scatter the disease than all 
the other causes combined. If your hogs 
are fit or any way near fit to go to mar- 
ket when the disease makes its appear- 
ance in the neighborhood, sell them with- 
out delay. "A bird in hand is worth 
two in a bush." If your hogs have chol- 
era this year, don't get discouraged and 
quit, but try it again, on fresh ground. 

If your brood sows have passed 
through the cholera, keep them ; they are 
valuable. They will never again have 
the disease, and their pigs are not nearly 
so apt to contract it as pigs from sows 
that have not had the disease. Look out 
for streams which come down from 
some neighbor above you. This has been 
found a frequent cause of cholera out- 
breaks. The germs of hog cholera pos- 
sess great vitality, and will live_ in the 
soil, in moist matter and especially in 
water, for months. 

If you feed corn, rake the cobs to- 
gether often and burn them; pour water 
on the coals and then put salt on the 
charcoal thus made and you have an 
excellent preventive for diseases, with 
little or no cost. Keep your hogs, ex- 
cepting brood sows, ready for market. 
It may come handy some day. Strong, 
vigorous hogs are less liable to contract 
the disease than hogs of less strength 
and vigor. Then breed and feed for 
both these things. Eternal vigilance in 
hog breeding, as in other kinds of busi- 
ness, is the price of success. 

Here is a formula for the treatment of 
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any, which is not saying much. It is months when covered in the corners of 
suggested by the Department of Agri- pens, or tilth of yards, or about an old 
culture: straw stack; but when exposed to sun- 
Sulphur 1 pound. light or dryness they lose vitality in a 

Wood charcoal 1 pound. few days, and under some very drying 

Sodium chloride 2 pounds. sunlight conditions in a few hours. Care- 
Sodium bicarbonate. . .2 pounds, fully observing these facts, ne has in 
Sodium hyposulphite.. 2 pounds. forty years been clear of hog cholera 

Sodium sulphate 1 pound. the year following an attack, and on un- 

Antimony sulphide. ... 1 pound. til the disease has become epidemic in 

Thoroughly mix and give a large table- his neighborhood. After the herd has 

spoonful to eacli 200-pound hog, once a been placed in quarantme away from the 

day. If the animal does not eat, add the permanent hog houses, lots and feedmg 

medicine to a little water, thoroughly Hoors, he kills and burns, or buries five 

shake and give from a bottle by the feet deep, each animal as soon as it 

mouth. If the animal will eat, mix the shows distinct symptoms of disease, 

medicine with sloppy food. The same They are burned or buried beside the 

remedy is recommended as a preventive quarantine, and in the field to be cul- 

to those animals that do not as yet show tivated the following year. It requires 

signs of disease. ■ nerve to kill breeding stock of great 

If you have had cholera on your place, value, but they are as liable to spread 

and you have small, inexpensive pens, and entail disease as any other, when 

burn them at once. In a piggery, burn once attacked. 

all the litter and loose inexpensive parts; If, by any means, we can prevent 
renew the floor, if possible, and disinfect spread of germs, by so much do we hold 
the remainder by washing it with hot tbe disease in check. A farm, with its 
water and washing soda. After wash- feed lots and pens and shelters infected 
ing, apply with a whitewash brush, or by the excrement of the diseased, be- 
better yet a spray pump, a solution of .comes as deadly a centre as the public 
one part of carbolic acid to fifty parts of stock-yards and filthy stock cars on the 
water. Then thoroughly whitewash. railroads, and these are so thoroughly 
Treat the fences in the same way. Earth infected that we can never safely take 
floors should be removed to a depth of stock hogs from these to our farms, 
at least six inches and the ground sprin- This is not theory, but well proven fact, 
kled with chloride of lime and a few Pig ailments are numerous; we shall 
days later a good coating of air-slacked speak only of some of the most common, 
lime. Don't put pigs in the quarters for It is always best to give medicines 
at least six months, and, if possible, mixed with food or drink where possible, 
have them vacant over the first winter. If the animal refuses food or drink and 
An Ohio breeder of large experience, it is necessary to administer drugs, ir 
in the Miami valley, where hog cholera may be done by placing a stout chain (an 
first appeared in 1856 and has recurred ' ordinary harness breast chain does very 
at frequent intervals, holds that drugs, well) within the mouth and well back 
virus and antitoxin have all been fairly between the jaws, which are thus kept 
tried sundry times by him and his neigh- from crushing the bottle. Two or three 
bors. He believes that prevention will men are necessary for the_ undertaking, 
do more to hold in check the plague than one or two to hold the chain and one to 
drugs and hypodermic infusions. The pour the medicine. The head should be 
most important help to prevent spread of well elevated, which places the pig on 
disease is not to allow the hog farm to his haunches. Do not pour the medicine 
become infected with the excrement of fast enough to strangle the animal, 
diseased hogs. This can be done by Hogs will not do well when the skin 
quarantining the herd in a field, that is is covered with filth. Bad air will bring 
to be put under cultivation the following on coughs : all corn for food, fever ; a 
year. This quarantine must be estab- wet bed, rheumatism; and a big bunch 
lished as soon as the first pig is taken together will breed disease. With a clean 
sick. If the disease is in the neighbor- skin, good air, a variety of food, a dry 
hood, carefully watch for first symptoms bed and a few together, and lots of out- 
of disorder. Do not wait until several of-doors. they will do well. 
are sick and scouring, for this excre- When at pasture they find many roots, 
ment is loaded with germs of disease, nuts and pebbles, besides being continu- 
and these germs may retain vitality many ally active, which does more than food 

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for their hearty health, rapid and easy 
digestion and speedy, profitable growth. 

Thumps. — This disease is quite com- 
mon (especially in the early spring) and 
is exceedingly hard to handle when once 
contracted. More can be done to prevent 
than to cure. You visit the sow and lit- 
ter in the morning to give them their 
accustomed feed, and you notice that one 
of the fattest and plumpest ones do(;s not 
leave his bed as do the others. You en- 
ter the sleeping room and compel him 
to come out, which he does somewhat 
reluctantly, and you will notice that his 
sides move with a peculiar jerking mo- 
tion, and if allowed he will soon return 
to his bed. Rest assured he has thumps, 
and nine diances to one he will die. It 
is caused by fatty accumulations about 
the breast, which interfere with its ac- 
tion, and the lungs work hard — pump for 
dear life to keep up the heart's action — 
to send the blood through the body. The 
pig is faint because of feeble circulation, 
and he is cold, and soon dies from ex- 
haustion or weakness. He has no 
strength to suck or move. 

To prevent thumps, get over into the 
pen several times a day and hustle the 
little pigs about the pen ; also stint the 
sow so that she will give less milk. Pigs 
when they stir about, and when they are 
thin in flesh, rarely have thumps. 

Thumps rarely occurs among pigs far- 
rowed after the weather is fine, but does 
quite frequently occur among pigs far- 
rowed in early spring. If the weather is 
cold and stormy and the sow and litter 
keep their bed much, then be on the look- 
out for thumps. Guard against it by 
compelling both sow and litter to exer- 
cise in the open air. 

Cankerous Sore Mouth is a disease 
which is quite common' and which if not 
promptly taken in hand is often quite 
fatal. When pigs are from a few days 
to two weeks old, you may notice a 
slight swelling of the lips or a sniffling 
in the nose. An examination will show 
a whitish spongy growth on the sides of 
the mouth just inside the lips or around 
the teeth. This is cankerous sore mouth, 
and if not taken promptly in hand will 
result in the death of the entire Sitter, 
and will sometimes spread to other 
Utters. 

Some claim the disease is caused by 
damp and filthy beds, others say it comes 
from a diseased condition of the sow, 
and still others claim it is caused by the 
little pigs fighting over the teats and 
wounding each other with their iillBarp 



teeth, and stoutly aver that if the teeth 
are promptly removed no case of sore 
mouth will ever occur. 

Hold the pig firmly and with a knife 
or some cutting instrument remove all 
the spongy foreign growth, and be sure 
you get it all even though the pig may 
squeal and the wound bleed; your suc- 
cess in treating the disease will depend 
largely on the thoroughness with which 
you remove this foreign growth. After 
removing the fungous growth apply an 
ointment made of glycerine and carbolic 
acid in about the proportion of one part 
of the acid to from five to eight parts 
glycerine. Repeat this each day for 
three or four days and the disease will 
usually yield. You may discover in a 
day or two after commencing treatment 
that you did not succeed in removing all 
the cankerous growth at first, and if so, 
repeat the cutting operation till you do 
remove it all. 

Another treatment which we have 
heard recommended is to catch the dis- 
eased pig and dip his nose and mouth 
up to his eyes in chlora naptholeum with- 
out diluting it. This is certainly easily 
done and is highly commended by the 
person suggesting it. 

Blind Staggers, Indigestion, Sick 
Stomach, Founder. — Causes, over-feed- 
ing, especially common with new corn ; 
sour or decayed food. Sudden warm 
sultry weather predisposes in highly fed 
hogs. Insufficient exercise is also a pre- 
disposing cause. 

Symptoms. — Loss of appetite, bowels 
constipated, or maybe diarrhoea. In 
some severe cases blind staggers and 
great paleness of mouth and nose, cold- 
ness of surface of body; abdomen may 
be distended and drum-like from con- 
tained gases. 

Treatment. — Remove sick animals, pro- 
vide clean, dry, well ventilated quarters, 
with chance for exercise, and fresh earth 
and water. If animal will eat, give light 
feed. Give charcoal in lump form, also 
mix soda bicarbonate in food at rate 
of two tablespoon fuls per day to each 
half-grown animal. It is rarely neces- 
sary to drench with medicine. If recov- 
ery begins, use care not to again feed too 
much. 

Milk Fever occurs in sows immedi- 
ately after farrowing or within the first 
few days afterwards. The symptoms are 
loss of milk, swollen, hard condition of 
the milk glands, which are ,Tiore or less 
painful on pressure. Sow may not allow 
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belly or stand up, and in extreme cases 
the sow has spells of delirium, in which 
she may destroy her young. 

» Cause. — Injudicious feeding, overfeed- 
ing on milk-producing foods. Do not 
feed sow quite full rations for few days 
just before and after farrowing. 

Treatment. — Give sow plenty of cool 
clean water ; bathe the swollen glands 
for half hour at a time with water as 
warm as she will bear, dry thoroughly 
with soft cloth and give good dry pen. 
If bowels seem constipated give the sow 
internally one-half pint pure linseed oil. 
(Never use the boiled linseed oil used 
by painters; it is poisonous.) If the 
sow starts killing her young, or has no 
milk for them, it is best to take most of 
them, or all, away from her and feed by 
hand with spoon or ordinary rubber 
nipple and bottle. For this use one part 
boiled water and three parts cow's milk. 
The pigs may be returned to the sow if 
her milk returns. 

Scours among pigs is another common 
and very troublesome though not dan- 
gerous disease. This disease is not con- 
fined to any particular season, but is 
more common in the wet, damp weather 
of April and early May than in other 
seasons of the year. 

As in thumps, remove the cause. This 
disease is almost invariably caused by 
some improper food eaten by the sow. 
A sour swill barrel is often the cause. 
It shoulc be borne in mind that pigs once 
aflfected will be more liable to a recur- 
rence of the disease than those never 
affected, md greater care should be used 
with that » for some weeks till they fully 
recover. 

CoNSTa'ATiON. — Cause, improper feed- 
ing, exclusive grain diet, lack of exer- 
cise. Not dangerous in itself, but fre- 
quently followed by prolapsus of the rec- 
tum, or what is commonly called piles. 
The constant straining causes this. The 
only remedy is laxative food and exer- 
cise. The protruding bowel must be 
washed clean as soon as seen and well 
covered with olive oil or lard. It should 
then be returned by applying firm pres- 
sure with the hand, and when once in 
place should be retained by three or 
more stitches of waxed linen or heavy 
silk thread, passed from side to side 
through the margins of the opening, care 
being used to take a deep hold in the 
skin. 

While this operation is being done the 
animal should be held by the hind legs 
by two assistants, thus elevating the hind 



quarters. Allow stitches to remain two 
or three weeks. 

Rheumatism. — A disease of the joints, 
manifested by pain, heat and lameness, 
with swelling of one or several joints. 
There may be high fever and loss of ap- 
petite. May be acute and rapid in its 
course, or slow, chronic and resulting in 
permanent enlargements of the bones of 
the legs, especially the knee and hock. 

Causes. — Primarily deranged digestion, 
lack of exercise; dampness and exposure 
to draughts of cold air also a cause. 
The tendency to rheumatism is heredi- 
tary in certain families of hogs. 

Treatment. — Endeavor to prevent by 
proper exercise, food and attention to 
surroundings. Do not breed rheumatic 
specimens even if fully recovered from 
lameness. In acute cases an adult hog 
should have twice or three times daily 
one drachm salicylate soda. » 

Asthma sometimes occurs in adult 
hogs. 

Symptoms. — Shortness of breath on 
lease exercise, noisy breathing, more or 
less intermittent. Do not breed; butcher 
early. 

Congestion of the Lungs sometimes 
occurs, the result of driving or ch?sing. 
May be rapidly fatal. 

Symptoms. — Sudden shortness of 
breath and sudden great weakness. The 
hog is not adapted to rapid driving; if it 
must be driven at all, give plenty of 
time. 

Pneumonia (Lung Fever) may fol- 
low congestion of the lungs ; may "be In- 
duced by crowding too many hogs to- 
gether, when they heat and become 
moist, after which they are in poor con- 
dition to withstand cold. 

Symptoms. — Loss of appetite, chills, 
short cough, quick breathing. 

Treatment. — Separate sick at once 
from the drove ; give dry quarters with 
abundance of dry bedding: tempt appe- 
tite with small quantities of varied food. 
Apply to sides of chest, enough to 
moisten the skin, twice daily, alcohol and 
turpentine equal parts; continue until 
skin becomes somewhat tender. 

Tetanus (Lock-Jaw). — Caused by in- 
troduction into the system of the tetanus 
bacteria, which gains entrance through a 
wound. 

Symptoms. — A stiffness of more or 
less the entire muscular system, gener- 
ally most marked' in the jaws, which are 
greatly stiffened. Eating very slow, or 
entirely stopped ; appetite not lost. 

Treatment. — Some cases recover ij 



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carefully . nursed. Give nourishing 
drinks, elevate trough or bucket so the 
patient can get its snout into the drink; 
give dissolved in hot water and mixed 
with the slop forty grains bromide of 
potash two or three times daily until im- 
provement is noticed. Do not attempt 
to drench. Any wound which seems to 
be a cause should be cleansed and wet 
often with five per cent, solution of car- 
bolic acid and water. 

Lice. — Very commonly found upon 
hogs. They are introduced by new pur- 
chases or by visitmg animals. 

Caution. — Examine the newly pur- 
chased hog well on this point before 
placing with the drove. Hog lice are 
quite large and easily detected on clean 
white animals, but not readily on dark or 
dirty skins. 

Remedy. — Wash well with soap and 
water, if weather is not too cold, then 
warm water, if weather is not too cold, 
then apply enough petroleum and lard, 
equal parts, to give the skin a complete 
greasing. If weather is too cold for wash- 
ing, clean with stiflF brush. Creolin one 
part to water five parts is also a safe and 
sure remedy. Two or more applications 
are necessary at intervals of four or five 
days to complete the job. The wood- 
work of pens and rubbing places must 
be completely whitewashed. 

Mange. — Caused by a microscopic 
parasite which lives in the skin at the 
roots of the bristles. 

Symptoms. — Intense itching with red- 
ness of the skin from the irritation of 
rubbing. Rather rare, but very con- 
tagious. 

Treatment. — Separate diseased ani- 
mals ; scrub them thoroughly with warm 
water and strong soap; apply ointment 
composed of lard, one pound ; carbonate 
of potash, one ounce; flor. sulphur, two 
ounces ; wash and re-apply every four 
days. 

Maggots. — The larvae of the ordinary 
blow-fly frequently infests wounds on 
hogs during the summer months. Watch 
all wounds during hot weather ; keep 
them wet frequently with creolin one 
part and water six parts, or five per cent, 
watery solution carbolic acid. If the 
maggots 2:ain entrance to the wound, ap- 
ply either above remedies freely, or ordi- 
nary turpentine with a brush or common 
oil can. 

Round Worms. — Very common in 
shotes and young hogs, not apparently 
harmful, unless in great numbers, when 
they cause loss of flesh. They may be 



exterminated by keeping the hog without 

food for twenty-four hours, and giving 
to each shote or old pig one tablespoon- 
ful of turpentine thoroughly beaten up 
with one egg and one-half pint of milk. 

Tuberculosis (Consumption). — A 
contagious disease common in man, cat- 
tle and not rare in the hog. 

Symptoms. — Loss of flesh, cough, diar- 
rhoea, swelling about the head and neck, 
which may open and discharge with little 
tendency to heal; death in from few 
weeks to months. Post mortem shows 
various sized tubercles, which may be 
situated in any part of the body, most 
commonly in the bowels, lungs, liver, or 
glands of the neck. 

Causes. — Direct contagion from other 
hogs, but generally from feeding milk 
from tuberculous cows,' or by eating 
butcher off'al from such cows. 

Prevention.— Care as to the source of 
the milk fed; if suspicious, boiling will 
render it safe. Do not feed butcher 
offal; separate suspicious hogs at once, 
and if satisfied they are tuberculous, kill 
and bury deep, or burn them. The tuber- 
culin test can be applied to the remainder 
of drove, as without it it is impossible to 
say how many may be diseased. 

Wounds generally heal readily in the 
hog if kept clean and free from maggots. 
The result of neglected castration 
wounds is sometimes serious. Have the 
animal clean as possible when ca.strated, 
and endeavor to keep it clean and give 
opportunity for abundant exercise until 
wound is healed. There is probably 
nothing better and safer to apply to 
wounds of the hog than creolin one part, 
water six parts. 

Travel Sickness. — Similar to ordinary 
sea-sickness in man ; very common in 
shipping pigs by wagon. 

Symptoms. — Vomiting, diarrhoea, great 
depression; seldom if ever fatal. May 
be rendered must less severe by very 
light feeding before shipment. 



To Find the Amount of Wall Paper 
Required to Paper a Room 

Measure the distance around the room 
deduct the width of each window and 
door, take two-thirds of result. Divide 
this result by the number of strips that 
can be cut from each roll and you have 
the number of rolls required. A roll 
is generally a foot and a half wide, 24 
feet long and contains 36 square feet, 
or 4 square yards. . 



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Plant 



APPLE 

{Scab, rot, rust, codling 
moth, bud moth, tent cater- 
pillar, canker worm, cur- 
culio, etc.) 



ASPARAGUS . . 

{Rust, beetles.) 



BEAN 

(Anthraciiose, leaf blight, 
weevil, etc.) 



CABBAGE 

{Worms, lice, maggots, 
etc.) 

CELERY 

{Blight, rot, leaf spot, 
rust, caterpillars.) 

CHERRY 

(Rot, aphis, slug, curculio, 
black knot, leaf blight, or 
spot, etc.) 

CURRANT 

GOOSEBERRY 

{Worms, leaf blight.) 

GRAPE 

(Fungous diseases. Rose 
bugs, lice, flea, beetle, leaf 
hopper, etc.) 

MELONS 

CUCUMBERS 

(Mildew, rot, bl'ght, striped 
bugs, lice, flea beetle, etc.) 

PEACH 

(Rot, mildew, leaf curl, 
curctdio, etc.) 

PEAR AND QUINCE 

(Leaf blight, scab, psylla, 
codling moth, blister mite, 
slugs, etc.) 

PLUM 

(Curculio, black knot, leaf 
bliaht. brown rot, etc.) 

POTATO 

{Flea beetle, Colorado 
beetle, blight rot, etc.) 

TOMATO 

{Rot, blight, etc.) 



First 
Application 



When buds are swelling, 
but before they open, Bor- 
deaux. 



Cut off all shoots below 
surface regularly until about 
July 1st. 



Treat the seed before 

planting with bisulphide of 

carbon. (See remarks.) 

When third leaf expands, 
Bordeaux. 

Pyrethrum or insect pow- 
der. 



Half strength Bordeaux on 
young plants in hotbed or 
seedbed. 



As buds are breaking, 
Bordeaux; when aphis ap- 
pear, tobacco solution or 
kerosene emulsion. 

At first appearance of 
worms, hellebore. 



In spring, when buds 
swell, Bordeaux. 



Bordeaux, when vines be- 
gin to run. 



As the buds swell, Bor- 
deaux. 



As buds 
Bordeaux. 



are swelUns 



When buds are swelling 
Bordeaux. 



Spray with Paris green 
and Bordeaux when about 
4 in. high. 

When plants are 6 in. 
high, Bordeaux. 



Second 

Application 



If canker worms are abun- 
dant just before blossoms 
open, Bordeaux-arsenical 
mixture. 



After cutting ceases, let 
the shoots grow and spray 
them with Bordeaux-arseni- 
cal mixture. 

10 days lately Bordeaux. 



7-10 days later, repeat. 



Bordeaux, after plants are 
transplanted to field. (Pyre- 
thrum for caterpillars if 
necessary.) 

When blossoms drop, Bor- 
deaux-arsenical mixture. 



*10 days later, hellebore. 
Bordeaux if leaf blight is 
feared. 



Just before flowers unfold, 
Bordeaux-arsenical mixture. 



10-14 days repeat. (Note: 
Always use half strength 
Bordeaux on watermelon 
vines.) 



When fruit has set, repeat. 
Jar trees for curculio. 



Just before blossoms open, 
Bordeaux. Kerosene emul- 
sion when leaves open for 
psylla, if needed. 

When blossoms have fallen, 
Bordeaux-arsenical mixture. 
Begin to jar trees for cur- 
culio. 

Repeat before insects be- 
come numerous. 



Repeat in 10-14 davs. 
(Fruit can be wiped if dis- 
figured by Bordeaux.) 



Note. — For San Jose scale on trees and shrubs, spray with the lime-sulphur mixture in 
autumn after leaves fall, or (preferably) in early spring, before buds start. The lime-sulphur 

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Prescriptions and Stock Recipes 
Carefully Compounded 

ENGLISH'S PHARMACY 

WINDSOR, NEW YORK 

HOTEL METRUS 

Cigars and Tobacco 
Pool Parlors 

21 Crandall Street 
John Metrus, Prop. BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 

RHODE ISLAND REDS 
TURKEYS 

BREEDING STOCK EGGS YOUNG BIRDS 

WILLIAM R. FROST 

JOHNSON CITY, - NEW YORK 

SEE US FIRST FOR 

Furniture— Stoves— Rugs 

AND EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME 

BUY A NORMAN RANGE "none better made- 

Griffin Housefurnishin^ Co. 

123 State St. '^Sson-s*'^ Binghamton. N. Y. 

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M. E. LEWIS Heating Contractor 

High and Low Pressure Steam Fitting. Hot 
Water Heating and Ventilating 

Engines, Boilers, Radiators, Valves, Pipe, Fittings, Etc. 

79 State Street BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 



GENERAL INSURANCE 

Fire, Life, Accident and Health, Tornado, Rent, Auto 

Dwellings for Sale and Rent 

Village and Farm Property Bought and Sold 

S. A. MAY 

514 Main St., Allen Block WHITNEY POINT, N. Y. 

Binghamton's Leading Jeweler For 45 Years 

J. M. HENWOOD pREsI BurLD.NG 

^'^ *»*• * *«.— * -m W W ^%^ -^^ m^ (Take the Elevator) 

This house has always stood for honest goods at fair prices. Everything sold on truthful 
representation. SPECIAL ATTENTION TO 

Jewelry and Watch Repairing 

You may send such work by insured parcel post, and we will return same after doing the 
best work at our usual moderate prices. 

SCISSORS GROUND— send them to m by parcel post. 



M. J. LIVINGSTON 
Grocer 

We Aim to Please Our Stock is Fresh 

A Satisfied Customer Smiles 
Keep Trading with Us and Keep Smiling 

WINDSOR NEW YORK 

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SPRAYING CALENDAR 



Third 
Application. 



When blossoms 
have fallen. Bor- 
deaux-arsenical mix- 
ture. 



2-3 weeks later, Bor- 
deaux-arsenical mix- 
ture. 



14 days later, Bor- 
deaux. 



7-10 days later, re- 
peat. 



14 days later, re- 
peat. 



10-14 days, Bor- 
deaux. 



10-14 days, repeat, 
if necessary. 



When fruit has set, 
Bordeaux - arsenical 
mixture. 



10-14 days, repeat. 



When fruit is one- 
half grown, Bor- 
deaux. 



After blossoms have 
fallen. Bordeaux-ar- 
senical mixture. 



10-14 days later, 
repeat. 



Repeat for blight, 
rot and insects. 



Repeat in 10-14 
days. 



Fourth 
Application. 



8-12 days later, 
Bordeaux - arsenical 
mixture. 



Repeat 
weeks. 



2-3 



14 days later, Bor- 
deaux. 



Repeat every 10-14 
days until crop is 
gathered. 



14 days later, re- 
peat. 



Hellebore, if a 
second brood of slugs 
appear. 

2 to 4 weeks later, 
repeat. 



2 to 4 weeks later, 
Bordeaux. 



10-14 days, repeat. 



Note: — It is safer 
always to use half- 
strength Bordeaux on 
peach foliage. 

8-12 days later, re- 
peat. 



10-20 days later, 
Bordeaux. 



Repeat. 



Remarks. 



For aphis (lice) use one of the Hoe remedies 
mentioned elsewhere. Dig out fcorers from 
tree trunks with knife and wire. For oyster- 
shell scale, use whale-oil soap sprar in June. 



Mow vines close to ground when they are 
killed by frost, burn them, and apply a mulcb 
of stable manure. 



For weevils: Put seed in tight box, put a 
cloth over seed, pour bisulphide of carbon on 
it, put lid on and keep closed for 48 hours. 
Use 1 oz. to 4 bus. of seed. 



Root maggots: Pour carbolic acid emulsion 
around stem of plants. Club root: Rotate 
crops; apply lime to soil; burn refuse; treat 
seed with formalin before planting. 

Rot or rust is often caused by hilling up 
with earth in hot weather. Use boards for 
summer cro, , Pithy stalks are due to poor 
seed; or lack of moisture. 

Black knot : Dark fungous-looking bunches 
or knots on limbs. Cut off and burn whenever 
seen. 



Cane-borers may be kept in check by cutting 
out and burning infested canes. 



For lice, use any of the lice remedies. For 
rose bugs, use 10 pounds of arsenate of lead 
and one gallon of molasses in 50 gallons of 
water, as a spray. Or knock the bugs into 
pans of kerosene every day. 

Use lice remedies for lice. For striped bugs, 
protect young plants with a cover of mosquito 
netting over each hill. Or keep vines well 
dusted with a mixture of air-slaked lime, to- 
bacco dust and a little Paris green. 

Dig out borers. Cut down and burn trees 
affected with "yellows." 



Look out for "fire blight." Cut out and 
burn blighted branches whenever seen. 



Cut out black knot whenever seen. 



To prevent scabby tubers, treat the seed with 
formalin before planting. 



Hand-pick tomato worms. 



mixture is a fungicide as well as a scale cure, and if it U a»«d fe« fii'St early Bordeav}' 
spray may be omitted. 

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SPRAYING FORMULAS 



FUNGICIDES.— Bordeaux mixture is 
made by taking three pounds of sulphate 
of copper, four pounds of quicklime, 
fifty gallons of water. To dissolve the 
copper sulphate, put it into a coarse 
cloth bag and suspend the bag in a re- 
ceptacle partly filled with water. Next, 
slake the lime in a tub, and strain the 
milk of lime thus obtained into another 
receptacle. Now get some one to help 
you, and with buckets, simultaneously 
pour the two liquids into the spraying 
barrel or tank. Lastly, add sufficient 
water to make fifty gallons. It is safe 
to use this full-strength Bordeaux on 
almost all foliage — except, perhaps, on 
extra tender things, such as watermelon 
vines, peach trees, etc. For these it 
is wiser to use a half-strength mixture. 

Formalin. — This is also called for- 
maldehyde, and may be purchased at 
drug stores. Its principal use is to 
treat seed potatoes to prevent "scab." 
Soak the whole seed for two hours in 
a mixture of one-half pint formaUn 
and fifteen gallons of cold water; dry 
the seed, cut, and plant in ground that 
has not recently grown potatoes. 

Bordeaux Combined with Insect 
Poison. — By adding one-quarter pound 
of Paris green to each fifty gallons of 
Bordeaux, the mixture becomes a com- 
bined fungicide and insecticide. Or, 
instead of Paris green, add about two 
pounds of arsenate of lead. The advan- 
tages of arsenate of lead over Paris 
green are, first, it is not apt to burn 
foliage even if used in rather excessive 
quantities; and, second, it "sticks" to 
the foliage, etc., better and longer. 

INSECTICIDES.— Arsenate of 
Lead. — This is the best insecticide for 
chewing insects, and is for sale by seeds- 
men. Use about two pounds in fifty 
gallons of water. 

White Hellebore. — This, if fresh. 



may be used instead of Paris green in 
some cases — worms on currant and 
gooseberry bushes, for instance. (It is 
not such a powerful poison as the ar- 
senites, and would not do so well for 
tough insects such as potato-bugs.) 
Steep two ounces in one gallon of hot 
water, and use as a spray. 

FOR SUCKING INSECTS.— Now 
we come to another class of insecticides, 
suited to insects which suck a plant's 
juice but do not chew. Arsenic will 
not kill such pests; therefore we must 
resort to solutions which kill by contact. 

Kerosene Emulsion. — One-half pound 
of hard or one quart of soft soap; kero- 
sene, two gallons; boiling soft water, 
one gallon. If hard soap is used, slice it 
fine and dissolve it in water by boiling; 
add the boiling solution (away from 
the fire) to the kerosene, and stir or 
violently churn for from five to eight 
minutes, until the mixture assumes a 
creamy consistency. If a spray pump is 
at hand, pump the mixture back upon 
itself with considerable force for about 
five minutes. Keep this as a stock. // 
viust be further diluted with water be- 
fore using. One part of emulsion to 
fifteen parts of water, is about right 
for lice. 

Carbolic Acid Emulsion. — Made by 
dissolving one pound -of hard soap or 
one quart of soft soap in a gallon of 
boiHng water, to which one pint of 
crude carbolic acid is added, the whole 
being stirred into an emulsion. One 
part of this is added to about thirty-five 
parts of water and poured around the 
bases of the plants, about four ounces 
per plant at each application, beginning 
when the plants are set out and re- 
peated every week or ten days until the 
last of May. Used to fight maggots. 

Whale-Oil Soap Soi Ittion. — Dissolve 
one pound of whale-oil toap in a gallon 



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F?r Furniture, Rugs, Housef urnishings 

SEE 

J. B. HANDRICK 

134 Main Street 
Phone 6069-W JOHNSON CITY, N. Y. 



HOTEL ENDISHIRE 

George W. King, Proprietor 

130 Water Street 
BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 
Steam Heated Rooms 

and Baths For Men Only 



WILLIAM A. HYER 

Dealer in 

Gasoline, Auto Oils, Batteries, Auto Supplies 
and Accessories 

GARAGE AND AUTOMOBILE REPAIRER 
NINEVEH, N. Y. 



**OLD AND TRIED" REAL ESTATE 
AND FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY 

rHeTCHKilf j 



71 Court Street 




REALE5TATEM 



eilVGHAIVITOlV 



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J. D. KELLOGG J. R. MacDONALD 

THE COURIER-JOURNAL CO. 

Printers and Publishers 

DEPOSIT, N. Y. 
Deposit Courier-Journal commercial book and general job 

Deposit Courier, Established 1848 
Deposit Journal, Established 1886 



Deposit Courier, Established 1848 p Q I Kl ^H I Kl ^^ 



Telephone 3485 Sole Agents for Herald and Canopy Stoves and Ranges 

JAMES H. CARVER CO. Inc. 

EVERYTHING IN 

New and Second Hand House Furnishings 

AUCTIONEERS AND APPRAISERS 
70-72 State Street BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 

Brown-Kent-Jackson Lumber Co., Inc. 

Everything in 

LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIAL, MILL WORK 

Main Office: 

Belknap Ave., Cor. Glenwood 

Phone 1685 Binghamton, N. Y. 

Barton's Home-Made Ice Cream 

PURITY FIRST— QUALITY ALWAYS 

We make Ice Cream of all flavors. We try especially to please 

the Auto traveling public 

H. A. BARXOIM 

WINDSOR, N. Y. 

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of hot water, and dilute with about six 
gallons of cold water. This is a good 
application for aphis (lice) on trees or 
plants. For oyster-shell or scurvy scale 
use this spray in Maj- or June or when 
the tiny scale lice are moving about on 
the baric. 

Tobacco Tea.— Place five pounds of 
tobacco stems in a water-tight vessel, 
and cover them with three gallons of 
hot water. Allow to stand several 
hours ; dilute the Hquor by adding about 
seven gallons of water. Strain and ap- 
ply. Good for lice. 

Lime-Sulphur Mixture. — Slake 
twenty-two pounds of fresh lump lime 
in the vessel in which the mixture is to 
be boiled, using only enough water to 
cover the lime. Add seventeen pounds 
of sulphur (flowers or pov/dered), hav- 
ing previously mixed it in a paste with 
water. Then boil the mixture for about 
an hour in about ten gallons of water, 
using an iron but not a copper vessel. 
Next add enough more water to make, 
in all, fifty gallons. Strain through 
wire sieve or netting, and apply while 
mixture is still warm. A good, high- 
pressure pump is essential to satisfac- 
tory work. Coat every particle of the 
tree. This is the standard San Jose 
scale remedy, although some orchardists 
prefer to use the soluble oil sprays now 
on the market. 

Pyrethrum, or Persian Insect Pow- 
der. — It may be dusted on with a pow- 
der bellows when the plants are wet ; 
or one ounce of it may be steeped in 
one gallon of hot water, and sprayed on 
the plants at any time. It is often used 
on flowers, in greenhouses, on vegeta- 
bles, etc. 

Bisulphide of Carbon. — This Is used, 
to kill weevils in beans and peas, etc. 
It comes in liquid form and may be had 
oi druggists. When exposed to the air 
it quickly vaporizes into a poisonous and 
exp'osive gas which is heavier than air 
and which will destroy all insect life. 
(Caution. — Do not inhale the vapor, and 
allow no lights near.) 



Tobacco stems, tobacco dust, kainit, 
soot, freshly-slaked lime, dust, etc., are 
often used as insect preventives — in the 
soil around plants to keep away grubs, 
worms and maggots, or dusted on to 
discourage the visits of cucumber bugs, 
etc. (Note. — The first four are excet 
lent fertilizers as well as insect pre- 
ventives.) 

Crows and blackbirds frequently pull 
up planted corn. The best preventive 
is to tar the seed, as follows: Put the 
seed into a pail and pour on enough 
warm water to cover it. Add a tea- 
spoonful of coal-tar to a peck, and stir 
well. Throw the seed out on a sieve 
or in a basket to drain, and then stir 
in a few handfuls of land plaster (g>'p- 
sum), or air-slaked lime. 

A New Fungicide. — Some orchard- 
ists are now using the following self- 
boiled lime-sulphur spray, instead of 
Bordeaux, claiming that it is less liable 
to spot or burn fruit and foliage : Put 
eight pounds of unslaked lump lime in 
a barrel ; add enough* water to cover. 
When the lime begins to heat, throw in 
eight pounds of flowers of sulphur. 
Constantly stir and gradually pour on 
more water until the lime is all slaked; 
then add the rest of the water to cool 
the mixture. About fifty gallons of 
water, in all, are required. Strain, 
Two pounds of arsenate of lead may 
be added, if desired, to the finished 
mixture, which then becomes a com- 
bined fungicide and insecticide, and 
may be used in the same manner as 
advised for Bordeaux-arsenate of lead. 
(Special note. — The self -boiled mixture 
is not the same as the lime-sulphur 
advised for San Jose scale, which is 
too strong for trees in foliage.) 

If you do not care* to bother with 
making spraying mixtures at home, they 
can be purchased, already prepared, of 
seedsmen. For only a few trees or 
plants, the extra cost of these factory 
mixtures is not great 



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FARMERS' BULLETINS 

Sent Free to Residents of the United States, by Department of Agriculture 

Washington, D. C, on Application. 



NOTE. — Some nmmbers omitted are no longer published. Bulletins in this list will be sent free, so 
long as the supply lasts, to any resident of the United States, on application to his Senator, Representa- 
tive, or Delegate in Congress, or to the Secretary of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. Because of the 
limited supply, applicants are urged to select only a few numbers, choosing those which are of special 
interest to them. Residents of foreign countries should apply to the Superintendent of Documents, Gov- 
ernment Printing Office, Washington, D. C, who has these bulletins for aale. Price, S cents each to 
Canada, Cuba, and Mexico: 6 cents to other foreign countries. 



22. The Feeding of Farm Animals. 

27. Flax for Seed and Fiber. 

28. Weeds: And How to Kill Them. 
30. Grape Diseases on the Pacific Coast. 

34. Meats: Composition and Cooking. 

35. Potato Culture. 

36. Cotton Seed and Its Products. 
44. Commercial Fertilizers. 

48. The Manuring of Cotton. 

51. Standard Varieties ©f Chickens. 

52. The Sugar Beet. 

54. Some Common Birds. 

55. The Dairy Herd. " 

61. Asparagus Culture. 

62. Marketing Farm Produce. 
64. Ducks and Geese. 

77. The Liming of Soils. 

81. Corn Culture in the South. 

85. Fish as Food. 

86. Thirty Poisonous Plants. 
88. Alkali Lands. 

91. Potato Diseases and Treatment. 

99. Insect Enemies of Shade Trees. 

101. Millets. 

104. Notes on Frost. 

106. Breeds of Dairy Cattle. 

113. Tfie Apple and How to Grow It, 

118. Grape Growing in the South. 

121. Beans, Peas, and Other Legumes as 
Food. 

126. Suggestions for Farm Buildings. 

127. Important Insecticides. 

128. Eggs and Their Uses as Food. 

131. Tests for Detection of Oleomargarine. 

134 Tree Planting in Rural School Grounds. 

137. The Angora Goat. 

138. Irrigation in Field and Garden. 

139. Emmer: a Grain for the Semi-arid Re- 
gions. 

140. Pineapple Growing. 
150. Clearing New Land. 
152. Scabies in Cattle. 

154. The Home Fruit Garden 

156. The Home Vineyard. 

157. The Propagation of Plants. 

158. How to Build Irrigation Ditches. 
164. Rape as a Forage Crop 

166. Cheese Making on the Farm, 

167. Cassava. 

170. Principles of Horse Feeding. 

172. Scale Insects and Mites on Citrus 
Trees. 

173. Primer of Forestry. 

174. Broom Com. 

175. Home Manufacture of Grape Juice. 

176. Cranberry Culture. 

177. Squab Raising. 

178. Insects Injurious in Cranberry Culture. 

179. Horseshoeing. 

181. Pruning. 

182. Poultry as Food. 

183. Meat on the Farm. 

185. Beautifying the Home Grounds. 

187. Drainage of Farm Lands. 

188. Weeds Used in Medicine. 
192, Barnyard Manure. 

194. Alfalfa Seed. 

195. Annual Flowering Plants. 



198. Strawberries. 

200. Turkeys. 

201. The Cream Separator on Western 

Farms. 

203. Canned Fruits, Preserves and Jellies. 

204. The Cultivation of Mushrooms. 

205. Pig Management. 

206. Milk Fever and Its Treatment. 
213. Raspberries 

218, The School Garden, 

220. Tomatoes. 

221, Fungous Diseases of the Cranberry, 
224. Canadian Field Peas. 

228. Forest Planting and Farm Manage 

ment. 

229. Production of Good Seed Corn. 

231, Cucumber and Melon Diseases, 

232, Okra: Its Culture and Uses. 
234. The Guinea Fowl. 

236. Incubation and Incubators. 

238. Citrus Fruit Growing in the Gulf 

States, 

239, The Corrosion of Fence Wire, 

241, Butter Making on the Farm. 

242, An Example of Model Farming, 

243, Fungicides and Their Use. 

245, Renovation of Worn-out Soils. 

246. Saccharine Sorghums, 

248. The Lawn. 

249. Cereal Breakfast Foods. 

250. Wheat Smut and Loose Smut of Oats. 

252. Maple Sugar and Syrup. 

253. The Germination of Seed Corn. 

254. Cucumbers. 

255. The Home Vegetable Garden, 

2'56, Preparation of Vegetables for the 

Table. 
257. Soil Fertility. 
260. Seed of Red Clover and Its Impurities. 

263. Information for Beginners in Irrigation. 

264. The Brown-Tail Moth. 

266. Management of Soils to Conserve Mois 
ture. 

269. Industrial Alcohol: Uses and Statistics 

270. Modern Conveniences for the Farm 

Home. 

271. Forage Crop Practices in the North' 

west. 

272. A Successful Hog and Seed-Corn Farm 

274. Flax Culture. 

275. The Gypsy Moth. 

277. Alcohol and Gasoline in Farm Engines 

278. Leguminous Crops for Green Manuring. 

279. A Method of Eradicating Johnson Grass. 

280. A Profitable Tenant Dairy Farm. 
282. Celery. 

284. Enemies of the Grape East of the 
Rockies. 

286. Cotton Seed and Cotton-Seei Meal. 

287. Poultry Management. 

288. Non-saccharine Sorghums. 

289. Beans. 

291. Evaporation of Apples. 

292. Cost of Filling Silos. 

293. Use of Fruit as Food. 

295, Potatoes and Other Root Crops as Food. 
298. Food Value of Corn and Corn Prod- 
ucts. 



CLASSIFIED BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



C. L. HILL 

MANUFACTURER OF ICE CREAM 

Both Phones 
11 Wall Street BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 

JAMES L. DERBY 

DRUGGIST 

Johnson City New York 

UNION ENDICOTT NEWS 

Chas. Le Barron Qoeller 

Publisher 

UNION NEW YORK 

MRS. CHAS. H. NASH 

White Leghorns 

Hatching Eggs For Sale 

R. D. 1 JOHNSON CITY, N. Y. 

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PHONE TOO 

F». J. AXXELL, D. V. IVf. 
VEXERirsrA.RIA.N 

Residence and Hospital 

G5 Carroll Street 
BiriQhiamton, New York 



W. D. SWEET 

"He Sells Automu,biles" 
NEW CARS 

WHITE, NATIONAL, COLE, JEFFERY and VELIE 

Finest Garage in New York State, Absolutely Fireproof. Accomodates 1 50 
Cars. Free Air. 24-Hour Service. Three Wash Racks. 
USED CARS A SPECIALTY 

Phone 1787 21-23 Wall Cor. Henry St., Binghamton, N. Y. 



STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS CUISINE UNSURPASSED 

THE LEWIS HOUSE 

ALBERT G. LOOM IS, Proprietor 
Located Near We Cater to the American Plan 

All Depots Commercial Fraternity Rates, $2.00 and Up 

15 Lewis St., cor. Prospect Ave. 

BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 



MARTIN J. MORIARITY 

Funeral Director and Emb aimer 
158 COURT STREET, BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 



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299. Diversified Farming. 
801. Home-Grown Tea. 

302. Sea Island Cotton. 

303. Corn Harvesting Machinery. 

304. Growing and Curing Hops. 

306. Dodder in Relation to Farm Seeds. 

307. Roselle : Its Culture and Uses. 

310. A Successful Alabama Diversification 
Farm. 

311. Sand-Clay and Burnt-Clay Roads. 
812. A Successful Southern Hay Farm. 
313. Harvesting and Storing Corn. 
318. Cowpeas. 

321. The Use of the Split-Log Drag on 
Roads 

322. Milo as a Dry-Land Grain Crop. 

324. Sweet Potatoes. 

325. Small Farms in the Corn Belt. 

326. Building up a Cotton Plantation. 
328. Silver Fox Farming. 

330. Deer Farming in the United States. 

331. Forage Crops for Hogs in Kansas 

332. Nuts and Their Uses as Food. 

333. Cotton Wilt. 

337. New England Dairy Farms. 

338. Macadam Roads. 

339. Alfalfa. ' 

341. The Bastet' Willow. 

344. The Boll Weevil Problem. 

345. Some Common Disinfectants. 

346. The Computation of Rations. 

347. The Repair of Farm Equipment. 

348. Bacteria in Milk. 

349. The Dairy Industry in the South. 

350. The Dehorning of Cattle. 

351. The Tuberculin Test of Cattle. 

354. Onion Culture. 

355. A Successful Poultry and Dairy 
Farm. 

857. Methods of Poultry Management. 

358. Primer of Forestry. Part II. 

359. Canning Vegetables in the Home. 

361. Meadow Fescue: Its Culture and Uses. 

362. Conditions Affecting the Value of 
Hay. 

863. The Use of Milk as Food. 

864. A Profitable Cotton Farm. 

865. Northern Potato-Growing Sections. 

367. Lightning and Lightning: Conductors. 

368. Bindweed, or Wild Morning-glory. 

369. How to Destroy Rats. 

870. Replanning a Farm for Profit. 

371. Drainage of Irrigated Lands. 

872. Soy Beans. 

373. Irrigation of Alfalfa. 

375. Care of Food in the Home. 

377. Harmfulness of Headache Mixtures. 

378. Methods of Exterminating Texas-fever 
Tick. 

379. Hog Cholera. 

380. The Loco-weed Disease. 

382. The Adulteration of Forage-plant 
Seeds. 

383. How to Destroy English Sparrows. 

385. Boys* and Girls' Agricultural Clubs. 

386. Potato Culture on Farms of the West. 

387. Preservative Treatment of Timbers. 

389. Bread and Bread Making. 

390. Pheasant Raising in the United States. 

391. Economical Use of Meat in the Home. 

392. Irrigation of Sugar Beets. 

393. Habit-formiug Agents. 

394. Windmills in Irrigation. 

395. Sixty-day and Kherson Oats. 

396. The Muskrat. 

398. Use of Commercial Fertilizers in the 
South. 

399. Irrigation of Grain. 

400. Profitable Corn-planting Method. 

401. Protection of Orchards from Frosts. 

402. Canada Bluegrass; Its Culture and 
Uses. 

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Irrigation of Orchards. 

Soil Conservation. 

The Potato as a Truck Crop. 

School Exercises in Plant Production 

School Lessons on Corn. 

Potato Culls as a Source of Alcohol. 

Feeding Hogs in the South. 

The Care of Milk and Its Use. 

Corn Cultivation. 

Seed Corn. 

Rice Culture. 

Oats: Distribution and Uses. 

Control of Blowing Soils. 

Demonstration Work on Southern 

Farms. 
Forest Nurseries for Schools. 
Oats: Growing the Crop. 
Canning Peaches on the Farm. 
Barley Culture in the Southern States 
Testing Farm Seeds. 
Industrial Alcohol: Manufacture. 
The Peanut. 

How a City Family Managed a Farm. 
Cabbage. 

Production of Onion Seed and Sets. 
Winter Oats for the South. 
A System of Tenant Farming. 
Hog Houses. 
Anthrax. 

Spraying Peaches. 
Lespedeza, or Japan Clover 
The Treatment: of Bee Diseases. 
Barley: Growing the Crop. 
Remedies Against Mosquitoes. 
Marketing Eggs Through the Creamery. 
The Choice of Crops for Alkali Land. 
Bees. 

Better Grain-Sorghum Crops. 
Rabies or Hydrophobia. 
Some Facts About Malaria. 
Capons and Caponizing. 
Danger of Spread of Gypsy and Brown 

Tail Moths. 
A Successful New York Farm. 
Red Clover. 

Our Grosbeaks and Their Value. 
The Best Two Sweec Sorghums. 
House Flies. 

Frames as a Factor in Truck Growing 
The Use of Concrete on the Farm. 
The Utilization of Logged-Off Land. 
The Sanitary Privy. 
The Eradication of Quack-Grass. 
Winter Emmer. 
Chestnut Bark Disease. 
Forestry in Nature Study. 
Game Laws. 

Grape Propagation, Pruning, Training. 
Farming in Central New Jersey. 
Paint on the Farm. 
Ice Houses. 

Dying Pine in Southern States. 
Sorghum Sirup Manufacture. 
Typhoid Fever. 
Disinfecting Stables. 
Concrete on the Live-Stock Farm. 
How to Grow Pears. 
Thomless Prickly Pears. 
Spotted Fever. 
Sweet Clover. 
Cheese in the Diet. 
Diseases of Cabbage, etc. 
Two Imported Plant Diseases. 
Bacteria in Milk. 
Fungous Enemies of the Apple. 
English Sparrow Pest. 
Lawn Soils and Lawns. 
Alfalfa Seed Production. 
Raising Hares and Rabbits. 
Texas-fever Tick. 
Control of the Boll Weevil. 
Cotton Improvement. 
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DISEASES OF SHEEP 



If sheep are given proper care aT,d 
feed, and are not exposed to suddtn 
changes, the liability of disease is ma- 
terially reduced. For the average shetp 
that becomes sick, and you do not know 
how to doctor, the best way is to let 
nature take its course. Unless the 
symptoms are very evident and the rem- 
edies well known, doctoring sheep is ex- 
pensive and often unsatisfactory. 

In handling and treating sick animals, 
use common sense. Do not try to make 
them eat, but let them be quiet. Do 
not begin to pour medicine down them 
the first time you see there is something 
wrong, but look to the cause and remove 
it, if it is in the feed or care. If the 
animal does not then return to feed, 
study closely the symptoms, and give 
such treatment as the latter seem to 
warrant. The common ailments of 
sheep are comparatively few, but severe 
cases of many of them are very fatal. 

)In giving medicine to sheep, the easi- 
est way to hold the sheep is to set it 
on its rump, placing the sheep between 
ycmr legs and holding the head by plac- 
ing the first two fingers of the left hand 
in the roof of the animal's mouth, thus 
leaving the right hand to hold the spoon 
or bottle. Except where the medicine 
is given clear, in one or two tablespoon- 
fuls, the best method is to have a long, 
small-necked bottle in which to put the 
medicine, and put in the mouth, taking . 
care to have the opening well to the back 
of the mouth so that the sheep can not 
hold the tongue over the opening. Give 
large doses with great care, pouring 
slowly to avoid choking. Be careful not 
to choke by pouring ipto the windpipe. 
In giving castor oil with a spoon, dip 
the spoon in water just before using. 

Internal Diseases. 
Choking. — Generally caused by too 

fast eating of oats or roots, which lodge 
in the gullet. Set the animal on its 
rump, stretch the neck and throw the 
head back, and pour a cupful of water 
down the throat. In more severe cases, 
use three or four tablespoonfuls of 
melted lard. If neither of these furnish 
relief, take a piece of small rubber hose, 
or a^very small, pliable and smooth 
stick, push it carefully down the gullet, 



and dislodge the obstacle.. Keep close 
to the lower side of the neck, so as not 
to disturb the windpipe. 

In passing hose to relieve choke, keep 
neck perfectly straight. Have animal / 
held firmly by good assistants. Use 
great care to avoid wounding throat. 

Bloating. — Caused by overeating of 
soft, green feed, such as young clover, 
alfalfa, rape, and the like. For slight 
cases, put all the pine tar possible on the 
nose and mouth ; also fasten a small 
stick in the mouth, like a bridle bit, to 
keep it open to allow the gas to escape. 
In more severe cases, give two teaspoon- 
fuls of bicarbonate of soda, dissolved 
in warm water. If relief does not fol- 
low, repeat in about ten minutes. Hold- 
ing salt pork in the mouth will often 
relieve. In all of these cases, keep the 
animal in motion, so as to facilitate the 
escape of gas. If none of these reme- 
dies act and the animal becomes worse, 
tapping must be resorted to. This is - 
done by making a small insertion with 
a sharp knife, at a point on the left side 
equidistant from the end of the last 
short rib and the backbone, on the 
paunch. .Better than a knife is a trocar 
with shield. This is a sharp blade in 
a tube, and when the puncture is made 
the shield is left in the opening, allow- 
the gas to escape. This shield should 
be removed as soon as the animal is 
out of danger. Sheep trocar and canula 
can be secured from any veterinary in- 
strument maker. 

Foundering. — Generally caused by 
overeating; for instance, securing access 
to grain bin accidentally, or being kept 
from feed twenty-four hours or longer, 
and then allowed to eat as much as 
they please. As soon as found, give 
one-half teacupful of castor oil and keep 
well exercised. If bloating sets in, re- 
lieve by ordinary methods. Founder- 
ing is very dangerous, and death often 
results, in spite of any remedy. 

Constipation — In lambs, often occurs 
when one to seven years old. Relieve 
by an injection, with a small sj'ringc. of 
lukewarm soapsuds .into the rectum. 
Another good injection is glycerine, one 
ounce to warm water one pint. In older 
sheep, sometimes due to heavy feeding. 



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especially of corn and dry feed without 
any laxative foods; also due to lack of 
exercise. Two to four tablespoonf uls of 
castor oil will relieve; if no passage of 
bowels in twenty-four hours, repeat and 
increase the dose by one-half. 

Scouring. — Induced by a sudden 
change from dry to green feed; by over- 
eating of green feed, such as rape, 
clover, alfalfa, and the like; also of 
grain. In mild cases, a change to dry 
feed will cause scouring to stop in a 
day or so, without the use of any drug. 
In very severe cases, where the sheep 
refuses to eat, and passage of dung is 
slimy and attended with straining, give 
two tablespoonfuls of castor oil to carry 
off the cause of the irritation; if this 
does not check the passage give a table- 
spoonful of castor oil with thirty drops 
of laudanum, twice daily, in a little 
gruel. When checked, continue to give 
flaxseed gruel, until the sheep returns 
to its regular ration. 

Snuffles. — Similar to a cold in per- 
sons ; catarrh ; discharge at the nose. 
Put fresh pine tar in the mouth and on 
the nose. In severe cases steam the 
sheep with tar, by putting some live 
coals in a pan, pouring tar on them, and 
holding his head over the pan, placing 
a blanket over his head to keep the 
fumes from escaping, and forcing the 
sheep to inhale them. 

Urinary Troubles. — Rams are some- 
times troubled to make water; generally 
due to heavy feeding and close confine- 
ment; it is also claimed that heavy feed- 
ing of roots will cause this trouble. 
Rams stand apart from the flock, do 
not eat, draw up their hind parts, and 
strain in an attempt to make water. To 
relieve, give one-half teaspoonful sweet 
spirits of niter, in a little water, every 
two hours until relieved. 

Worms. — The deadly stomach worm 
(strongylus contortus) is the worst foe 
of the eastern sheep grower. It is a 
small worm about three-quarters of an 
inch long, found in the fourth stomach. 
They are taken in by lambs running on 
old pasture, especially blue-grass, and 
are induced by wet weather and wet 
soil; are generally noticeable during 
July and August. Symptoms : lambs lag 
behind when driving the flock, look thin 
and poor, act weak, skin is very pale 
and bloodless; eyes pale, sunken and 



lifeless; sometimes scouring occurs a 
day or two before death; death usually 
in four to ten days. Preventive : keep 
the lambs from old pastures; a fresh 
cut or newly seeded clover meadow 
makes the best pasture; rape is also 
good. Feed them some grain and dry 
feed, and keep some of the following 
mixture in the salt box all the time, 
viz. : one bushel salt, one pound gen- 
tian, one pound powdered copperas, one 
pint turpentine, mixed thoroughly. Some 
of the prepared medicated salts are just 
as cheap and effective as this mixture. 
Tobacco dust and tobacco leaves fed 
v/ith the salt are also much used in 
some sections and prove very effective 
as a preventive. Cure: if not too bad 
when noticed, they can often be cured, 
but they are seldom as growthy as if 
not affected. Shut the lambs from all 
feed for twelve to eighteen hours; catch 
the lamb, set him on his rump, holding 
so that he can not struggle and give a 
drench of gasoline, one tablespoonful, 
in four ounces (one-third to one-half 
teacupful) of milk; repeat the two suc- 
ceeding mornings, and if no improve- 
ment, repeat the series in seven to ten 
days. Follow directions carefully. 

Diseases External. 
Maggots. — Caused by green flies, in- 
duced by hot, damp weather, and dirty 
wool; found on the hind part of sheep, 
and on rams around the horns, where 
wool is damp and dirty. Also around 
castration and docking wounds, which 
require watching for this trouble. Trim 
off the wool on place affected, and throw 
off the maggots ; put on gasoline to kill 
the maggots. Air-slacked lime will dry 
up the wet wool, and drive the maggots 
and flies away. Turpentine and kero- 
sene are also used, but both take off 
the wool, if used in considerable 
amounts. Apply the above remedies for 
maggots with brush or small oil can., 

Fouls, or Sore Feet. — Sheep are often 
lame, especially when the ground is wet; 
earth or manure lodges between the toes, 
continual rubbing induces soreness, the 
foot begins to suppurate, and your 
sheep is lame; the foot looks sore be- 
tween the toes and is, warm. Pare away 
all shell of hoof around the sore part, 
being sure to expose to the air all af- 
fected parts : after thoroughly paring, 
put on with a small swab a solution of 



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blue vitriol and strong vinegar, mixed 
to the consistency of a thin paste. Keep 
sheep \,-ith fouls away from wet pastures 
or stagnant water, and keep feet dry and 
clean as possible. 

If lame sheep are not doctored, the 
fouls soon spread to all parts of the 
foot, and foot-rot results. This becomes 
contagious, and all sheep remaining 
where are those with foot-rot will be- 
come lame. There is no need of foot- 
rot if the sheplierd takes care of his 
sheep. Treat this the same as the fouls, 
being sure to pare away all shell and ex- 
posing the diseased parts. For a 
stronger solution than blue vitriol, use 
blue vitriol, butyr of antiinony, and mur- 
iatic acid, equal parts by weight. Use 
with care. Paring is the principal thing; 
be careful not to cut the toe vein. 
Another excellent remedy for foul feet 
is one ounce chloride of zinc to one 
pint of water. Apply enough to wet 
foul parts once daily after cleaning foot 
with dry cloth. 

Ticks. — Ticks to sheep are as lice to 
hens; they take the life and blood from 
the sheep. To kill them, dip your sheep 
in some proprietary dip. carbolic prefer- 
red, being careful to follow directions. 

Scab. — Is a strictly contagious disease 
of the skin, caused by a small mite which 
bites the skin. It generally appears on 
the back, rump or sides of the sheep, 
and is first indicated by rubbing and 
pulling of the wool. The disease is very 
contagious, common to large flocks and 
bands, especially on the western range. 
Cure : use some good proprietary dip, 
follow directions to the letter, dip your 
sheep thoroughly twice, the second dip- 
ping from six to ten days after the first, 
not sooner nor later than these limits. 
Disinfect all pens thoroughly and keep 
sheep from the old pastures at least two 
months. Scab is not very common to 
eastern sheep owners. Inspect all new 
animals at once for scab, as it is often 
introduced by purchasing stock ewes or 
rams. 

Sore Eyes. — Caused by too much wool 
over the eyes, and the eyelid rolling into 
the eye; also by getting something into 
the eye. Shear the wool away from the 
eye, and tie the cap of wool up off from 
the eyes, if necessary; if there is a film 
over the eye, better apply a few drops 
of a solution of ten grains of boric acid 
to the ounce of water, put in a pinch of 
powdered burnt alum. 



Sore Teats. — The teats on ewes with 
lambs sometimes become sore and ten- 
'der, so that the lamb can not suck. .Rub 
twice a day with salted butter. 

Caked Udder. — Sometimes caused by 
weaning and not milking after the lamb 
is taken away. Generally occurs in 
heavy milkers ; also occurs when lamb 
is still sucking, in one side of the bag 
at first. It is accompanied by stifl^ness 
in the hind quarters, the bag is liard, and 
in the first stages a thin, watery-like 
fluid can be drawn from the J:eat. Rub 
well and carefully, using camphorated 
sweet oil; the principal thing is the rub- 
bing; try to soften the bag and keep 
the teat open. Many times the ewe will 
lose the use of that side of her bag 
entirely. If she does, send her to mar- 
ket. Where gait is stiff and udder 
caked, give the ewe one dram salicylate 
of soda three times daily for three or 
four days. 

Casting Withers. — Thrusting out of 
the womb. It should l)e washed in a 
pint of warm water, in which has been 
dissolved a teaspoonful of powdered 
alum, and the womb replaced, and a 
stitch taken in 'the upper part of the 
opening of the vagina. The best way 
to cure such ewes is to market them or 
kill at once if they continue to give 
trouble in this respect. After replacing 
the womb, keep hind parts of animal 
quite high by standing in narrow stall 
made for the purpose, with floor made 
high behind. 

Goiter. — Lumps in the throat. Com- 
mon to lambs when born ; also in young 
sheep during the first winter. Some 
think the latter is caused by high feed- 
ing. Apply tincture of iodine with a 
swab, rubbing on enough to color well 
the affected portion. Two or three ap- 
plications, two to four days apart, should 
remove the worst case of goiter. 

Castrating. — Hold as for docking. 
Cut off a good sized portion of the end 
of the sac with a sharp knife, push back 
the sack from the testicles, grasp the 
latter singly, with right hand, and grasp 
narrow or upper portion of sac firmly 
with left hand, and draw out until the 
cord breaks. Do not cut the cord, but 
break it. When docking and castrating 
at the same time, castrate first, then 
dock, and release the lamb. The whole 
operation should not take over one to 
two minutes. 



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