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BLANCHARD & CURRIER. 

55 Main Street, Nashua, N. E. 

OUR SPECIALTY: 

Pure Drugs Photographic Qocds 

Pure Chemicals Fancy Articles 



3o Easy 






SHUR-ON 



for the Nose."' '"""-'' ^'^-^^ bve-glassJ Eyeglasses. 

EYES EXAMINED BY NIOU^RN METHOD^. 

oirF.OL'L.T cmses solicited. 

Lir MCaS GROUND TO ORDER IN OUR WORKSHOP. 

F. W. HARTIN, OPTICIAN, 

Tel. Con. 318-1, Room i\, Masonic Temple, NASHUA, N. H. 



WHiT''^EMORE & AMBROSE, 

Mmii, oUtlBff, Paiot Oils arid Window Glass 

so- "^^ AGKNTS FOR T'ASHUA AND VICINITY FOR 
Adriance, Piavi & Co., Farm M&chinerv, Syracuse Si-.lky Plows, 

Harrison Bros, i: Co. *' Town and Country " Paint. 
181 MAIN ST., NASHUA. r TEL. 42-3- 



Tilson D. Fuiier, 

DEALER IN 

MARBLE AND GRANITE 

MOi^UMENTS 

Tcblt'ts, Headstones, Cemetery 

V/Ork of every description. 
7 WATER ST., NASHUA, N. H. ,v 



Name. 



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Monev to Loan 



on all kinds of 
security. 



Fitchburg Real Estate and Loan Co 
A, 1. ROHE, HjiT.. Tel. 579-r 



ML. 



REYNOLDS HIS10RICAU 
GinCAWOGY COLLECTION 



ADVKRTISKAIKXTS. 



()U(;amzi:i) as a State Hank. 1S51. 
Capital, |I()(I,(M)().(I0 Sikplks and Puofits. .fSO.OOO.OO 



INDI AN HEAD 

National Bank 



NASHUA, N. H. 



THIS INSTITFTION HAS SERVED THE 
COMMUNITY FOR A FULL HALF-CENTURY. 
IT HAS SUCCESSFULLY WEATHERED ALL TLIE 
FINANCIAL STORMS THAT HAVE OCCURRED 
Dl'RING THAT PERIOD, AND PRESENTS TO 
THE PUBLIC A STRONCi AND RELIABLE BANK, 
EQUIPPED WITH :\IODERN CONVENIENCES 
FOR THE SAFE AND EXPEDITIOUS TRANSAC- 
TION OF BUSINESS. 

WHILE THIS BANK ADOPTS EVERY 
DESIRABLE METHOD OF INIODERN BANKIN(J, 
IT NEVER LOSES SIGHT OF THAT ESSENTIAL 

QUALITY ABSOLUTE SAFETY. 

OUR SAFE DEPOSIT VAULT COXI'AINS A 
LARGE NUMBER OF INDIVIDUAL SAFES. 
WE RENT THESE TO PEOPLE AT .ff) AND 
UPWARD, ACCORDIN(J TO SIZE. THESE 

SAFES ARE UXDER THE SOLE CONTROL OF 
THE RENTKK, AXD AFFORD CONVENIENCE, 
PRIVACY AND SECURITY. WE INVITE YOU 

TO CALL AND IXSPECP Til EM. 



Tt is oui- ])nr]>os(' to (1p;i1 justly niid lilxM-jilly witli all, 
and we r('s])ectrnlly solicil yonr jtah'oiiaji'p. 



ALLEN COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARV 



3 1833 02243 3723 



AltVKUTISK.MIOXrS 



It's ©L Criine 
to Suffer 

With aching feet, when by coming to us and having 
your shoes fitted by the 

Royleigh System 



LADIES 
GOODS 

Bernalda$1.50 
Doris, $2, 2.50 
Clarice, $3.00 
Knicker- 
bocker, $3.50 
Cross, $3, $3,30 
$4 and $5 




'S 
GOODS. 

W. L. Douglas 
$2.00, 
$2.50, 
$3.00, 
$3.50. 

Ralston Health 
$4.00 

Hurley, $5.00 



(The only Scientific method of adjusting a shoe to the foot.) 

YOU CAN HAVE ABSOLUTE COMFORT and yonr shoes 

will always RETAIN A NEAT AND STYLISH 

APPEARANCE, 

I have had twenty-two years f;p"''"« 



shoes ; you get the benefit. 



fitting 



G. W. ROYLEIGH, 

170 Main St., Fitchburg, Mass, 



GENEALOGY 
974.401 
M58P 
1907-1908 



ADVERTISE :M EX rS. 



WKerv You Come 
to Fitchbvirg 

make Yonr head(]uai-ters at our store, meet your 
friends and leave your bundles until you are 
ready to start for home. We have a large double 
store and plenty of room. V\e have the largest 
stock of all kinds of Boots, Shoes, Rubbers, etc., to 
be found in ^S'orthern Worcester ("ounty. We 
sell nothing but footwear, and we know our 
business. If you want to buy shoes that you can 
depend upon, come in and see us. The best Felt 
Boots, Rubber Boots and Working Shoes on the 
market at ''living prices" Remember, we are 
located in the FLAT-IRON BLOCK. 

W. C. GOODWIN, 

165 and 109 Main St., Fitchburg, Mass. 

GOODWIN &CONLON, 

44 Monument Sq., Leominster. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



.. INSURE .. 

IN THE 

Fitchburg 

Fire Insurance 
Compa^ny 

FITCHBURG, MASS. 

Organized in 1847 

Has Never Made an Assessment 

Has Always Paid Dividends 

Hexuy (J. Mouse, I'resident. Lixcolx K. Welch, Secretary. 
DlKECTOliS. 

Hon. (uM>. K. \N'allaee, Fitchburg- Paper Co., Fitchburg-. Mass. 

Daniel Siinonds, Siuumds ^Ifg. Co., Fitchburg, Mass. 

Henry (}. Morse, Fitclil)urg, Mass. 

J. M. Lockey, l^oclcey Piano Co., Leominster, Mass. 

Hon. Arthur H. Lowe, Treas. I'arkhill MIg. Co., Fitchburg, >rass. 

E. F. Woodward, Merchant, Fitchburg, Mass. 

Geo. E. (Mitford, Pres. Wachusetts Xat'l Hank, Fitchburg. .Nfass. 

S. W. A. Stevens, ^Merchant, Gardner, ^Nlass. 

S. K. Merri(^c, Lancaster, Mass. 

C. E. (Jrant, Worcester, Mass. 

Chark^s F. ifcirkerv Fitchburg, ,Vlass. 

Fred'k Fosdffk, #it(Mibtti*gf SWaih Engine Co.. Fitchburg. :Mass. 



ADVERTISEMEXTS. 

ORGANIZED MAY 20, 1875 

Tapital, . . . . |l>50,0()0.()0. 

Siirphis, - - - - |10(),0(>().00. 



mAcnvsm 

Natioxai 

Bank ^ 



FITCHBURG, MASS. 
Corner of Main and Day Streets. 



George E. Clifford, Pres. AV. A. Fairbanks, Vice-Pres. 

W. G. (^rey, Cashier. Frank H. Brown, Teller. 

E. B. Farrar, Teller. (i. B. Lord, Bookkeeper. 

J. H. Kibling, Clerk. W. W. Lord, (Merk. 



DIRE(^T()RS. 



H. A. Hatch, Fitchbnrg. D.M.Dillon, PiUhburg. 

George N. Proctor, " T. (\ Sheldon, 

A. B. Sherman, " W. G. Corey, 

W.A.Fairbanks, '* George E. Clifford, *' 



T. H. Shea, 



(leo. F. INIorse, Leominster, 



Office tioufs, y a.m. to 3 p. m. Satufdays close at 12 m. 

Carefol AttentioD GiYen Yoor Business. 



AltVKKTISKMKX rS. 



Fitchburg 

Safe Deposit and 

Trust Co. 

131 Macin Street. 
FITCHBURG, MASS. 

Capital, |2r)0,0()0.()0 

Snr])lns, |125,()00.00 

GEOK(iK K. Wallack, President, 

AViLBiR H. Texxey, Treasurer., 

Herbert (t. Morse, Secretary. 

1)IRE(^T()RS. 

(\ F. Baker, Neal Rantoul, 

Louis E. Carlton, John Shirreffs, 

M. B. Damon. Walter F. Stiles^ 

Wm. Endicott. Jr., Geo. R. Wallace, 

F.O. Hardy. Rop.t. X. Wallls, 

M.I). Haws. David I. Walsh, 

Joseph P. HoL.MAX, ("has. E. Ware, 
RrssELL B. Lowe. > Henry A. Willis. 

Henry T. Pa(;e. Robert ^A'ixsok. 

W. E. IMtxky. F. F. Woodward. 

FPrCHP.rRiJ SAFE DEPosrr & trlst co. 

^^'ll.v not o]»en an account with us and receive 

INTEREST OX YOLR ACCOLXT? 

Write us lor rates and teriiLs, or call and see us when in 
the city. 

Secure your valuahh's In deposilinji in our 

SAFE DEPOSIT XACLTS 

P.OXES RENTED AT REASON A in>E RATES. 



ADVERTISE M EXTS. 



The White Drug Store 

Established 1893. Remodeled and Enlarged 1906. 



Select Diugs. 
Patent Medicioes, 



Pure Clienicais, 
Hospital Supplies, 




All Prescriptions Compounded by Registered Pharmacists. 

Agency Huyler's and Utopian Chocolates. 

Fifty Brands Key West, Imported and Domestic Cigars. 

Box Trade a Specialty. 

Fruit Sundaes, College Ices and Fancy Soda Specials. 

We keep everything that belongs in a well-equipped Pharmacy. 

THE WHITE DRUG STORE, 

O. CH AS, O'CONNOR, - PHARMACIST, 

243 Main St., 2nd door from Putnam St., FITCHBURG, MASS. 



ADVERTrSEMEXr: 



BARLEY'S 

Dry and Fancy Goods 

A MODERN 
DEPARTMENT STORE. 



Departments on second; floor "are the best lighted of any iu 
Worcester county. The stock shown is ahvays 
\\\) to date and rightly priced. 

Underwear, Hosiery, Gloves,. Dress Fabrics, Housekeeping 
Supplies, Draperies, Floor Oil Cloths. 



AWNINGS. 



AA'e make Awningij.;tjid do all kinds ot Canvas Work. 
We make Tents, Sell and Kent Them. 

OUK .MAll. OKhCK l)l':PAKTMlt:NT 

Is conducted for your benetit. Modern postal facilities make 
:sho]»ping by mail easy. Direct youi* next order or enquiry to 



DANIEL HARLEY, 

.Main and Oliver Si reels. 
FlT(UliU'K(J, MASS. 



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R. GUMB 



AliVKKTISEMEXTS. 



H. M. GUMB 



GUMB BR.OS. 

GRANITE AND MARBLE 




ALL KLMIS OF 



^ ILJ I L^ 13 1 r^ O X\^ O F^ K 

AND MAKliLE FOK INTERIOR PURrOSES 

Slate Grave Vaults, Pliinibers' Slabs, ('oiintei* Tops, Mantels^ 

\:u-.. Etc. 

1258 GORHAM ST., near EDSON ("EMETERY 

Telephone 1617. LOWELL, MASS. 



Aiivi:u'risi:.Mi';x rs. 



11 



GUSTAF CARLSON & CO., 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



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ILLS 




Monuments, Corner 
Stones, Steps, Curb- 
ings, Head-Stones, and 
all Varieties of Ceme- 
tery Worl[. 

Granite and 
Marble Work 
of all Kinds. 



Granite Quarries in 
AMHERST, N. H. 
NO. 1320 GORHAM STREET, 0pp. Edson Cemetery Gate, LOWELL, MASS. 

ELEC TRIC CARS STOP AT THE YARDS 

HOWARD-SmON CO, ---i- 

Have the most complete line of Fni-nitui-e in 
Nashua. Everything to fnrnish your house. 
Six large tioors crowded with .... 

rURNITURE 

Carpels, Diapefies, Ciocbiy, Stoves and Rantes, 

LAMPS, ETC. 

\o ('limbing Stairs. Talvo the Elevator. 

All floods delivered tree of charge by team or railroad freight prepaid. 

HOWARD-SEXTON CO.. 

.Mamifactiiring Wholesale and Ketail Ihmse 
Furnishers. 



MAIN stki:i:t. 



NASHUA. 



12 Ai>vi:uTisi;.\ii:\rs. 

H. C. PhaLFieuf, 

" CORNER. " 

Clothirvg ©end Gent's 
Fvirnishing House. 



We carry tlie Finest and Cheapest Line of 

HATS AND CAPS 

Of any lionse in the city. Also the largest and 
most complete stock of 

Gent's FurnisKing Goods 

To be found anywhere. 

AL^^O A COMPLETI': LINE OF M-EN'S AND BOYS' SHOES, 

Sole Agent for the Famous E:MEKS0X SHOES. 

Main, cor Factory Street, 
NASHUA, N. H. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 13 



Visit Stebbins 
The Clothier 

When in need of Clothing, Hats, 
Caps, Neckties, Collars and Cuffs, 

Shirts, Gloves, Underwear, Hosiery, 

Knit Jackets, 

Working Clothes, 

Trunks, Bags, Robes, Fur Coats, 

Oil Clothing, 

or anything in Men's wear, except 
Boots and Shoes. 

Remember the Name and Place. 

E. STEBBINS, JR., 

120 Main St. , American HouseBlock. 
FITCHBURG. 

ONE LOW RRIOE TO ALL. 



14 ADVERTISKMEXT 



New York Credit Co. 

Clothing-Men's and Boys' 

Millinery, Furs, Shoes, Jewelry 

Garments-Ladies' and Children's 

SOLD ON WEEKLY PAYMENTS. 
239 1-2 Main St., Corner Putnam St., up one flight, Fitchburg, Mass. 

OPEN EVERY EVENING. 

LOYERING, ELLIOTT & COMPANY, 

CLOTHING. 

Hats, Caps and Furnishings. 
121 Main Street, Fitchburg, Mass. 

GO TO FERGENSON, 

THE TAILOR. 

FOR A GOOD SUIT. 

Safety Fund Block, 229 Main Street, Room 9, Fitchburg, Mass. 

J. F. CHAFFIN, 

AGENCY FOU 

Kfakauef Bfothefs, Liodefnao, Kellef Bfotliefs Piaoos. 

IJrass r.;ni(l niid Oiclicstra liisti-uiueuls. Tuniiii;, Ki'paii-ing 
and Kcntinji. 

WAKKHOO.MS. IT)? MAIN ST., - FITCHKUHG. 

Telephone < 'oiinection. 



advertise:ments. 15 



GEORGE T. GREENWOOD, D.M.D. 
DENTIST. 

Ollice Hours: <> to 12: 2 to 5 

L»!)4 Main Street, ()i>i)(>si1e Wallace Librai-y, Fitelibnrg, Mass. 

Tele]»li<)ne ( 'oiniection. 

THOMAS K. ROSS, D. M. D., 
DENTIST. 

A Si»ecialty of Poi-celain Inlays. (Jold Crown and I'.ridiie 

Work, ami Artiticial Teeth. 

Park I51dii., HT Main Street, Fitchbnrg-, Mass. 

TKLEI'IIOXE ("OXNECTIOX. 

DENTISTS. 

1 66 MAIN STREET, FITCHBURG, MASS. 

MRS. TAGGAR.T, 
MASSAGE. 

Best of Methods. Gives Best Results. 

BEST OF REFERENCES. 
239 1-2 MAIN STREET, - FITCHBURG, MASS. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



C. W. MOECKEL, 
FLORIST. 

Clioiee Assortment of IMants and (Hit Flowers at Reasonable 

Prices. 
(IREENHOUHES, 17 SUMMER STREET, FITCHBURG. 

TELEPHONE CONNECTION. 

Funeral work a specialty at short notice. 

E. M. ReaLd Comparvy, 
Confectioner and CaLterer, 

370 Main Street. 
Fitchburg, MaissacKusetts. 

J. E. THOMPSON. 

STATIONER 

AND BLANK BOOK MANUFACTUREB, 

special Attteiition Given to tlie Manufacture of 
Account Books on Orders, 

AND SATISFACTION GUAKANTEED. 

RUBBER STAMPS OF ALL KINDS 

AMERICAN HOUSE BLOCK. 

FITCHBURG, MASS. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 17 



GUY RICHARDSON, 

40 STATE STREET, BOSTON, MASS. 
Publisher and General Agent for 

DIRECTORIES. 

Any Directory published mailed upon receipt of pub- 
lisher's price. 

Directory Libraries installed and rene^.ved. 

Special Agent for New England State, 
City and Town Directories. 

Publisher of the following^ Resident Directories : 

VERMONT 

Montpelier City Directory, |2.00 

NEW HAMPSHIRE 

NASHUA SUBURBAN DIRECTORY for Milford, 
Mont ^^ernon, Amherst, Merrimack and Hollis, |2.00 

MASSACHUSETTS 

NORTH ANDOVER, Boxford and Middleton Direc- 
tory, 12.00 

' NORTH ESSEX DIRECTORY for Georgetown, Mer- 
rimac, Newburv, Rowley, Salisbury and West Newbury, . .$3.00 

PEPPERELL, Dunstable, Shirley and Townsend Di- 
rectory 12.00 

STOT^(JHTON DIRECTORY |2.00 

\\ALTHA:\I suburban directory for Weston. 
Way land, (%)chituate and Lincoln |2.00 

GUY RICHARDSON, 

40 STATE STREET, BOSTON, MASS. 

Publisher and General Agent for 

DIRECTORIES. 



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ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Long Distance Telephone Kates .tN2.00 per day 

W. D. Smith, Prop. 




The Howison Hovise, 

Milford, New Hampshire. 

ELECTRIC LIGHTS 

THE HOUSE HAS BEEN NEWLY FURNISHED 
THROUGHOUT. STEAM HEAT 




ADVERTISEMENTS. 10 



CLOTHES OF QUALITY 

FOR MAN AND BOY. 

Von know yon can depend npon it. Yon can see that it 
is np to the niinnte in style and pert'ection in the fit. 

The man who wishes to wear the best CLOTHING that's 
made can firatify his desires here. 

GEORGE H. BROWN. 
RELIABLE CLOTHIER 

AYER, MASS. 

PARK BUILDING CAFE 

L. E. HALL, I'ROPKIETOR. 

FOR LADIES AND GENTS 

OPEX DAY AND XUiHT 

Speciad 20 Cent Dinner 

121 MAIN STREET FITGHRTRG, .\L\SS. 

PURITAN CLOAK AND CLOIIG CO. 

79 MAIN STREET, NASHUA, N. H. 

Ladies', Misses' and Children's Garments 

Men's and Boys' Ready-to-wear Clothing 
Millinery, Furnishings, etc. 

lUCll (M.ASS GOODS AT L( h\ i:ST IMiKKS. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 




NEEDS NO PAINTING. 

Aniatite is a standard roofing- for farm bnildings, sheds 
stables, factories and dwellings. It is mineral snrfaced and 
resists fire. Each roll contains nails and seam cement. 

FROM COAL TAR 
rARBONOL is a safe disinfectant, cleanser and purifier 
for nse in the honse, stable, kennel and poultry yard. 

National Coal Tar Co., 

Roofing and Paving Materials, 
297 Franklin St., Boston. 

Asphalt 1 HsinftMlants Shingle Stains 

Building PajKM' I )('a(lening Felt Slate 

Case Lining I'aving Pilch Water Proofing Materials 

Coal Tar IM'oducts Kool'iiig Materials Wood Preservatives 
Concrete IMtch Sheathing Paper Medal Brand Koofing 
Gauntlet P»rand Roofing 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 21 



IRVING J. R.OWELL. 



DEALER IN 
ALL KINDS OF 



HARD AND SOFT COAL 

Wood and Lumber 
Holy, GroLin, a^nd Feed. 

TERMS CASH 

Offk E, Railroad Square, EAST PEPPERELL, MASS. 

ELGIN S.GRENACHE 
STABLE. 

Railroad Square, East Pepperell, Mass. 



22 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



D. E. WESTON. 

DEALER IN 

Sfoves, Ranges and Kitclien Fufnistiing Goods, 

PLUMBING AND STEAM FITTING, 

EAST PEPPERELL, - - MASS. 

ROBERT B. WINSHIP CO., 

Painters, Paper Hangers, 

ALSO 

General Decorators and Hard Wood Finishers. 

Shop, Tarbell Street. Resihenoe, Mill Street. 

EAST PEPPERELL. 

A Lively Country Newspaper. 

THE 

PEPPERELL ADVERTISER 

A LEADING WEEKLY NEWSPAl'EK 
DEVOTED TO PErrEKELL AND VK^INITY. 

Piihlisli<<] (if Edfit J*cpi}cr('U, Mass., 

Ercrji Fridujj. 

terms |L0(I a year in aunanck. 

P.ooK AND Job Printing. Two Telkimiones. 

GEO. ]\r. COFFIN, EDITOR AND PEPLISIIEK 

EAST PEPPERELL. MASS. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 23 



JAMES STARR 

Artesian Wells 

Water Supply for Private Places.... 

....Contracts taken anywhere to any depth 
Correspondence Solicited 
All Kinds of Pumps, Windmills, Tanks, Etc. 
PEPPERELL, MASS. 

Domestic Canned Fruit. BERTHA M. FARNSWORTH, 

FLORIST 

All kinds of Flower and Garden 
Seeds, Shrubs and Trees, 



Jellies, Cordials, 
Pickles, and Piemeat 



in glass cans. ^"^''^ ^"^ p'^^^^- 

Cut Flowers in their season. 
Special attention paid to designs in 

Flowers. 

Main St.,opp. Library, P. O.Box 197 

PEPPERELL, MASS. 



L.E.STARR 



PEPPERELL, MASS. 



OLIVER. PROVENCHER, 



BLACKSMITH, 
HORSESHOER, 



...AND... 
GENERAL JOBBER 



Carriage Maker and Wheelwright. 

SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. 
Groton Street, near covered Bridge, EAST PEPPERELL 

Knights of Labor Co=op. Ass'n 



DIOALKKS IN 



GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE 
EAST PEPPERELL. 



24 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



k SCHOOL FOR OOIESS TRAIIG 

BOOKKEEPING, SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING, 
LETTER WRITING, SPELLING AND ARITHMETIC 

MO BETTER SCHOOL ANYWHERE. 




^'Your Model Office Scheme is most complete in every de- 
tail and comes nearer to the actual conditions that would sur- 
round a graduate when leaving for the first position than any 
scheme I know of." 

Mr. Chas. M. Millek, 

The Miller School, New Y''ork. 

WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF SECURING POSITIONS IN 
BOSTON, LOWELL AND NASHUA. 

Send for Illustrated Catalogue. 



9 Merrimack Square, Lowell, Mass 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 25 



FITCHBURQ NATIONAL BANK 

FITCHBURG, MASS. 

Capital, |250,000. Surplus and Profits, |270,000. 

Deposits, |1,350,000. 

UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT DEPOSITARY. 

H, I. Wallace, Pres't. J. Lovell Johnson, Vice Pres't. 

H. G. TowNEND, Cashier. 

DIRECTORS. 

HENRY F. COGGSHALL, Treas. of Fitchburg Gas & Electric Ught Co. 

CARMI M. PARKER, Retired. 

ARTHUR H. LOWE, Treasurer of Parkhill M'fg. Co. 

HERBERT I. WALLACE, Fitchburg Paper Co. 

DANIEL SIMONDS, Pres't. Simonds M'fg. Co. 

LEANDER SPRAGUE, ReUred. 

CHARLES E. WARE, Counsellor at I.aw. 

FRED L JOHNSON, Iver John.sou's Arms and Cycle Works. 

.7. LOVELL JOHNSON, Iver Johusou's Arras & Cycle Works. 

GEORGE P. GRANT, JR., Treasurer of Grant Yarn Co. 

JESSE P. LYMAN, President of American Glue Co. 

ALVAH CROCKER, of Crocker, Burbank & Co. 

GEO. H. CROCKER, of Crocker, Burbank & Co. 

H. G. TOWNEND, Cashier. 

Safe Deposit Vaults. Boxes for rent at .$2.r)0 and upwards. 



FITCHBURG SAVINGS BANK. 

352 Main Street, Fitchburg, Mass. 



President, CHARLES E. WARE 

Treasurer FREDERIC C. NICHOLS. 



Dividends computed from the first three days of January, 
April, July and October, on deposits made on or prior to those 
days. 



Especial attention paid 1o out of town accounts either large 
or small. They may be oj)ened by mail and deposits or with- 
drawals made without the dei)Ositor being obliged to ai)i>ear 
at the bank at all and without expense to the depositor. 



Open from S.45 a. m. to 3 p. m. daily excei)t Saturdays, 
when the Bank closes at 12 o'clock noon; also open every Tiies- 
day evening (exce|)t during July and August) from 7 to 
for the R/eceipt of Money. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



M. ANDREW LYNCH. 

K.ezk.1 Estacte 

Auctioneer a^nd AppraLiser. 

Real Estate Bought, Sold and Exchanged. 

Estates Cared For. Tenements Let. Rents Collected. 

Justice of the Peace. Tel. 13-3 Shirley. 

Center Road, Shirley. 

MARSH 6; SON. 

ARCHITECTS, DESIGNERS AID BUILDERS. 

Buildings of All Kinds Designed and Constructed. 

General Repairs. Mill Work a Specialty. 

SHIRLEY, MASS. 

Tel. at Residence, Hazen Road, lG-11 Shirley. 

CHARLES E. HASKINS. 

1'roprietor 

D AV / S HOUSE 

ALSO 

SALE, EXCHANGE and FEED STABLES 

Horses liought, Sold and Exchanged. 
DAVIS STREET, SHIRLEY, MASS. 

Near R. R. Station. 

ABEL MORIN. 
BOWLING ALLEY. 

Billiards a^rvd Pool. 

Cigars and Tobacco. 

Match Games a Specialty. 

Rage Street, near Mill Street, SHIRLEY, MASS. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 27 



BR.OCKELMAN BR.OS., 

Druggists. 

FRUIT, CONFECTIONERY, TOBACCO, CIGARS, Etc. 

PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES (EASTMAN'S.) 
SHIRLEY, MASS. 

GEO. E. HARLOW, 

DEALER IN 

Beef, Pork, Mutton, Lamb, Poultry ,Tripe, 
Sausages, Pig's Feet, Lard, Liver, etc. 

Fresli Fruit and Vegetables of all Kinds in their Season at 
Lowest Cash Prices. 

Mill Street, near Post Office^ Shirley^ Mass. 

Forest Hooper. 
Chas. E. Perrin Geo. W. Day 

FOREST HOOPER COMPANY 

Plumbers aLi\d : : : : : 
Sheet Metal Workers. 

STOVES, RANGES, FURNACES, AND KITCHEN GOODS 

Hot Air, Hot Water, and Steam Heating. 
Artesian and Driven Wells. 

Metal Roofing and Cornice Work 

Shirley, Ayer and Lexington, Mass. 



28 ADVERTISEMENTS 



FRANK R. HARDON, 
Basket MaLnufscctvirer 

DEALER IN 

NORTHERN HARD AND SOFT LUMBER 

All kinds of Hard and Soft Wood. 
Tel. 49-2, Ayer, Mass. 

Manufactory, GREAT ROAD, SHIRLEY, MASS. 

JAMES C. WOODWARD. LEROY C. WOODWARD. 

J. C. WOODWARD & SON, 

BLACKSMITHS 

Carriage Work of all Kinds. 

Pleasant Street, - - - - DUNSTABLE, MASS. 

Use Dr. A. C. DANIELS' 
HORSE AND DOG 
MEDICINES. 

B. H. BR.OW. 

General Groceries, Grain and Feed. 

Telephone Connection at Store and Residence 

Dunstable, : . : : Mass. 
GEORGE R. WARD & CO. 

DEALERS IN 

Groceries acnd Provisions 

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. .GENERAL MERCHANDISE. . 

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NASHUA, N. H. 

Oentral Office. 52 Factory Street. 

Hollis, N. H., Homer Roby 
HoUis Depot, N. H.. B. & M. R. R. 
Hudson, N. H., DanielB & Gilbert 
Hudson Center, N. H., H, C. Brown 
Merrimack, N. H., J. T. Jones. 

NASHUA, N. H., 

ArUngton St., cor Gillis, B. T. Gaskill & Co. 

Canal St., (44), Vassar & Co. 

Central St., (41), Soltas & Co. 

E. Hollis St., (102), A. H. Seifert 

Factory St., (23), A. Davis 

Lake St., Nashua Fair Grounds 

Main St., (55), Blanchard & Currier 

Main St. (133), W. W. Power's Florist Store 

Main St. (189), Tremont House 

Main St. (230), Hartman & Co. 

Main St. (239). D. J. Hallisey 

Pine St., cor. Ledge, Alfred Labine 

Railroad Sq., Boston & Maine R. R. 

Railroad Sq., Laton House 

West Hollis St., (68), E. E. Roy 

West Pearl St., (loi), A. Perreault 

West Pearl St. (140), Theodore Racatsanis 

WUder St. (22), J. C. Healey 

Nashua Junction, N. H., Boston & Maine R. R. 
Passenger Station 

Reed's Ferry, N. H., Fessenden & Lowell 

South Merrimack, N. H., J. W. Morse, Rock- 
ingham House 

Temple, N, H., H. W. Hay ward 

Thornton's Ferry, N. H., B. & M. R. R., G. H. 
Greeley 

WUton, N. H., Wilton Tel. Co. 



PEPPERELL, MASS. 

Central Office, Main Street 

PEPPERELL, MASS. 
C D Hutchinson 
Main St, H. J. Ramsey 
Main St, F. H. Ward 
Railroad Sq, New Prescott Hotel 
Railroad Sq, I. J. Rowell 4 

shirley,"mass. 

Central Office, ForestXHooper Co., Main 
Street. 

Fort Pond, Mass, F W.Snell 
SHmLEY, MASS. 

B & M Station 

Main St, Brockelman Bros 

Shirley Centre, Mass, John W Farrar 

TOWNSEND, MASS. 

Central Office at G. A. Adams' Store, Main 
Street. 

Brookline, N H, G W Bridges 
TOWNSEND, MASS. 

Boston & Maine R R 

B & A D Fessenden Co 

Main St, F B Higgins 

Main St, Park Hotel 

Main St, Town Hall 
Townsend Harbor, Mass, B & M Station 

A C Josselyn 
West Townsend, Mass, B & M R R 

I P Sherwin & Co 



TYNGSBORO, MASS. 

Central Office at H. H. Upton's Residence 
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PEPPERELL 
DUNSTABLE 
SHIRLEY 
TOWNSEND 

MassacKvisetts 

DIRECTORY 

CONTAINING 

ALPHABETICAL LISTS OF THE RESIDENTS, CHURCHES, 

SCHOOLS, SOCIETIES, TOWN OFFICERS, ETC., 

AND STREET AND BUSINESS DIRECTORIES. 



1907-8 



VOLUME IV 

(To be reissued by the riiblisher in 1909) 

Price, $2.00 



BOSTON, MASS. 

GUY RICHARDSON, TUBLISHER 

40 STATE STREET 

Copyright, 1907, by Guy Richardson 



INDEX TO CONTENTS. 



Abbreviations 

Banks 

Blocks, Halls, etc 

Business Directory of 

Patrons 

Business Directory of 

Towns 

Cemeteries 

Churches 

Corporations 

Farmers 

Fire Department 

Fraternal Orders 

Inhabitants, Names of. 
Institutions, Clubs, etc 
Insurance Companies. . 

Introductory 

Justices of the Peace . . 

Library, Public 

Newspapers 

Notaries Public 

Physicians 

Post Offices 

Poultry Raisers 

Schools, Public 

Street Directory 

Town Officers 



Pepperell 



Dunstable 



49 
46 
46 

33 

96 
43 
43 
46 
97 
42 
45 
49 
44 

41 
99 
44 
100 
100 
100 
45 

lOI 

43 
47 
41 



49 

104 

33 

112 
104 
104 

106 
106 



103 
112 
104 



103 
104 
103 



Shirley 



Townsend 



33 

141 
115 
114 
116 
142 
"3 
"5 
118 
"5 

113 
143 
115 

143 
143 
115 
143 
147 
116 
"3 



49 
150 
150 

33 

172 
148 
148 
150 
172 
147 
149 
152 
149 

147 
174 
149 

174 
174 
149 
174 
149 
150 
147 



HoUis, 
N. H. 



49 

183 

33 

197 
182 
182 

197 
181 
183 
185 
182 
183 
181 
200 
182 
200 
200 
200 
183 
200 
182 
184 
181 



ADVERTISEMENTS 33 



1791497 

Business Directory of Patrons 

in 

FITCHBURG, NASHUA, 

BOSTON AND OTHER PLACES 



ASPHALT. 

National Coal Tar Co., 297 Franklin, Boston, 20 

BANKERS AND BROKERS. 

Corev, Milliken & Co., 15 State, Boston, and 103 Main, 

Nashua, 207 

BANKS. 

Fitchburg Safe Deposit and Trust Co., Fitchburg, 7 

Fitchburg National Bank, Fitchburg, 25 

Fitchburg Savings Bank, Fitchburg, 25 

Indian Head National Bank, Nashua, 2 

Lowell Institution for Savings, Lowell, .204 

Wachusett National Bank, Fitchburg, 6 

Wilde}^ Savings Bank, 52 Boylston, Boston, back cover 

BOOKBINDING. 

Cole F. E. & Co., 11 1-2 Water, Nashua, 208 

Opinion Publishing Co., Bradford, Vt., 29 

BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS. 

Smith's, 137 Main, Nashua, . . : 209 

Thompson J. E., Fitchburg, 16 

BOOTS AND SHOES. 

Goodnow-Hunt-Pearson Co., Main, Nashua 213 

Goodwin W. C, 165 Main, Fitchburg, 3 

Norwell Co. H. S., Main, Nashua, 215 



34 ADVERTISEMENTS 



Phaneuf H. C, Main cor. Factory, Nashua, 12 

Pollard A. G. & Co., Merrimack, Lowell, 201 

Royleigh G. W., 170 Main, Fitchburg, 3 

BROKER (LOAN) 
Rome A. I., Fitchburg, front cover 

BUILDING CONTRACTORS. 
Holt Duane F. & Son, 282 Main, Nashua, 206 

CARPETS, RUGS, ETC. 

Avery C. H. Co., Avery blk., Naghua, top lines 

Howard-Sexton Co., Main, Nashua, 11 

Kidder & Davis, Fitchburg, back cover 

Pollard A. G. & Co., Merrimack, Lowell, 201 

CATERER AND CONFECTIONER. 
Read E. M. Company, 370 Main, Fitchburg, 16 

CHIROPODISTS AND MANICURES. 

Emmott A. W., Laton Bldg., Nashua, 204 

Kimball E. J. Mrs., 8 Nelson blk., Nashua, 205 

CLOAKS AND SUITS. 

Norwell Co. H. S., Main, Nashua, 215 

Pollard A. G. & Co., Merrimack, Lowell, 201 

Puritan Cloak & Clothing Co., Main, Nashua, 19 

CLOTHING DEALERS. 

Brown George H., Ayer, Mass., 19 

Goodnow-Hunt- Pearson Co., Main, Nashua, 213 

Lovering, Elliott & Co., 121 Main, Fitchburg, 14 

Phaneuf H. C, Main cor. Factory, Nashua, 12 

Pollard A. G. & Co., Merrimack, Lowell, 201 

Puritan Cloak & Clothing Co., Main, Nashua, 19 

Stebbins E. Jr., 120 Main, Fitchburg, 13 

COAL TAR PRODUCTS. 

National Coal Tar Co., 297 Franklin, Boston, 20 



ADVERTISEMENTS 35 



COMMERCIAL COLLEGE. 

Lowell Commercial College, LeDoit E. Kimball, prin., 7 
Merrimack, Lowell, 24 

CROCKERY, CHINA AND GLASSWARE. 

Avery C. H. Co., Avery blk., Nashua, top lines 

Howard-Sexton Co., Main, Nashua, 11 

DENTISTS. 

Greenwood George T., 294 Main, Fitchburg, 15 

Marren Arthur Q. Dr., 100 Main, Nashua, 204 

Parker L. J., 166 Main, Fitchburg, 15 

Ross James, 166 Main, Fitchburg, 15 

Ross Thomas K., 117 Main, Fitchburg, 15 

Russell U. C, 166 Main, Fitchburg, 15 

DEPARTMENT STORES. 

Harley Daniel, Main, Fitchburg, 9 

Norwell Co. H. S., Main, Nashua, 215 

Pollard A. G. & Co., Merrimack, Lowell, 201 

DISINFECTANTS. 

National Coal Tar Co., 297 Franklin, Boston, 20 

DRUGGISTS. 

Blanchard & Currier, 55 Main, Nashua, front cover 

Hallisey, the Druggist, 239 Main, Nashua, 209 

The White Drug Store, 243 Main, Fitchburg, 8 

Wingate Frank H., 129 Main, Nashua, 205 

DRY GOODS. 

Harley Daniel, Main, Fitchburg, 9 

Nichols & Frost, Main, Fitchburg, back cover 

Norwell Co. H. S., Main, Nashua, 215 

Pollard A. G. & Co., Merrimack, Lowell, 201 

ELECTRICIAN. 

Dillon John F., 351 Main, Nashua 206 

ELIXIR. 

True Dr. J. F. & Co., Auburn, Me., 140 



36 ADVERTISEMENTS 

FLORIST. 

Moeckel C. W., 17 Summer, Fitchburg 16 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 

Avery C. H. Co., Avery blk., Nashua, top lines 

Howard-Sexton Co., Main, Nashua, 11 

Kidder & Davis, Fitchburg, back cover 

GRANITE WORKERS AND DEALERS. 

Carlson Gustaf & Co., 1320 Gorham, Lowell, 11 

Fuller Tilson D., 7 Water, Nashua, front cover 

Gumb Bros., 1258 Gorham, Lowell, 10 

HARDWARE. 

Barr Hardware Co., 74 Main, Nashua, 205 

Nashua Hardware Co., 70 Main, Nashua, 205 

Whittemore & Ambrose, 181 Main, Nashua, front cover 

HARNESSMAKERS AND REPAIRERS. 

Guertin J. B. A., 72 Pearl, Nashua, 206 

Woodward I. O., 68 Main, Nashua, 184 

HOTELS. 

Commonwealth Hotel, Bowdoin, Boston, 203 

Howison House, Milford, N. H., 18 

Tremont House, Main, Nashua, 208 

Windsor Hotel, 19-23 Main, Nashua, 207 

HORSE AND DOG MEDICINE. 

Daniels Dr. A. C, 172 Milk, Boston, 28 

INSURANCE AGENCY. 

Putney W. E., 162 Main, Fitchburg, front cover 

INSURANCE COMPANY. 

Fitchburg Mutual Fire Insurance Co., Fitchburg, 5 

MARBLE WORK AND MONUMENTS. 

Carlson Gustaf & Co., 1320 Gorham, Lowell, 11 

Fuller Tilson D., 7 Water, Nashua, front cover 

Gumb Bros., 1258 Gorham, Lowell, 10 



ADVERTISEMENTS 37 



LUMBER DEALERS. 

Webber Lumber Co., Fitchburg, back cover 

MASSAGE. 

Taggart Mrs.. 239 1-2 Main, Fitchburg, 15 

NEWSPAPERS. 

Nashua Telegraph, daily and weekly, Nashua, 202 

The Sentinel, 389 Main Street, Fitchburg, Mass., . .opp. page 181 

OPTICIANS. 

Babbitt Co. The, 277 Main, Nashua, and 159 Merrimack, 

Lowell, foot lines 

Martin F. W., 8 Masonic Temple, Nashua, front cover 

PAPER HANGINGS. 

Avery C. H. Co., Avery blk., Nashua, top lines 

Lapham Chas. W. & Bro., Ill Pearl, Nashua, 211 

PIANOS AND MUSICAL MERCHANDISE. 

Chaffin J. F., 157 Main, Fitchburg, 14 

PLUMBING AND HEATING. 

Avery C. H. Co., Avery blk., Nashua, top lines 

Gay A. E., 62 Main, Nashua, 212 

Jackman C. B. & Son, 24 and 33 Cross, Nashua, 210 

Jennison Plumbing Co., Fitchburg, back cover 

Marden Charles, 89 W. Pearl, Nashua, ' 210 

Ray Co., The F. O., 85 W. Pearl, Nashua, 214 

PRINTERS. 

Cole F. E. & Co., 11 1-2 Water, Nashua, 207 

Opinion Publishing Co., Bradford, Vt., 29 

Telegraph Publishing Co., Main, Nashua, 202 

PRINTING PLATES. 
Troy Photo-Engraving Co., Troy, N. Y., 18 

PUBLISHERS. 

Merriam G. & G. Co., Springfield, 102 

Richardson Guy, 40 State, Boston, 17 

Telegraph Publishing Co., Main, Nashua, 202 



38 ADVERTISEMENTS 



RESTAURANTS. 

Lund Cafe, E. Pearl, Nashua, 209 

Park Building Cafe, 121 Main, Fitchburg, 19 

ROOFERS. 

Woodbury A. K. & Co., 42 Arlington, Nashua, 207 

ROOFING AND PAVING MATERIALS. 

National Coal Tar Co., 297 Franldin, Boston, 20 

SHEATHING PAPER. 

National Coal Tar Co., 297 Franklin, Boston, 20 

STABLES. 

Tremont Stables, rear Tremont Hotel, Nashua, 206 

STOVES, FURNACES, RANGES, AND TINWARE. 

Avery C. H. Co., Avery blk., Nashua, top lines 

Howard-Sexton Co., Main, Nashua, 11 

Kidder & Davis, Fitchburg, back cover 

STREET RAILWAY. 

Fitchburg & Leominster Street Railway Co., 208 

TAILOR. 

Fergensen, the Tailor, 229 Main, Fitchburg, 14 

TELEPHONE COMPANY. 

New England Telephone and Telegraph Co., 101 Milk, 

Boston, 30 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



LOCAL ADVERTISERS 



PEPPERELL. 



Clement A., boots, shoes, rubbers, etc back cover 

Coffin Geo. M., printer 22 

Farnsworth Bertha M., florist, 23 

Graham Thomas F., prop. The New Prescott . . . .front cover 

Grenache Elgin S., stable 21 

Jordan George, contractor and builder back cover 

Knights of Labor Co-op. Ass'n, groceries 23 

Murray Joseph W., tailor front cover 

New Prescott, The, Thos. F. Graham, prop., front cover 

Pepperell Advertiser, newspaper 22 

Provencher Olivier, blacksmith 23 

Rowell Irving J., coal, wood, lumber, grain, etc 21 

Starr James, artesian wells 23 

Starr L. E., canned fruit, etc 23 

Swift George H., clothing, etc back cover 

Weston D. E., stoves, plumbing, etc 22 

Williams Lillian L Mrs., phonographs, sewing machines, mus- 
ical instruments, etc front cover 

Winship Robert B. Co., painters, etc 22 

DUNSTABLE. 

Brow B. H., general store 28 

Woodward J. C. & Son, blacksmiths 28 

SHIRLEY. 

Brockelman Bros., druggists 27 

Davis House, Chas. E. Haskins, prop 26 

Hardon Frank R., basket mfr., lumber, etc 28 



40 ADVERTISEMENTS 

Harlow George E., provisions, etc 27 

Haskins Charles E., prop. Davis House 26 

Hooper Forest Co., plumbers, heating, etc 27 

Lynch M. Andrew, real estate, auctioneer, etc 26 

Marsh & Son, architects, builders, etc 26 

Morin Abel, bowling alley, billiards, pool, etc 26 

TOWNSEND. 

Atwood Albert J. Dr., physician, 153 

Boynton Henry B. Dr., physician, 154 

Chandler L. G. Dr., physician, 155 

Ely Richard S. Dr., physician, 157 

Farrar James L., stable, top lines 

Farrar James L., undertaker, top lines 

Fessenden B. & A. D. Co., cooperage and lumber, 146 

Higgins Frank B.., druggist, 146 

Josselyn A. Clarence, general store, 144 

Lane Cyrus W.. flour, grain, feed, etc., 144 

Sherwin I. P. & Co., general store, 146 

Stickney Clarence, cooperage, lumber, etc., 145 

Townsend National Bank, 145 

Ward George R. & Co., general store, 28 



C. H. AVERY CO., 



Furniture and Carpets 
Complete House Furnishings. 



PEPPERELL DIRECTORY. 41 



PEPPERELL, MASS. 



In Middlesex couuty, 44 miles northwest of Boston and 
8 miles north of Aver, on Milford branch, Fitchburg division, 
and 36 miles northeast of Worcester and 10 miles southwest 
of Nashua, N. H., on W.,N. & T. division, B. & M. R. R. Sta- 
tions are Pepperell, North l*epperell and Paugus on Fitch- 
burg division, and Pepperell on W. N. & P. division. The 
post-offices are East Pepperell, Pepperell and Paugus. Popu- 
lation, 1905, 3268. Town incorporated April 12, 1753. Prin- 
cipal industry is the manufacture of paper, especially book 
and coated papers. 



PEPPERELL TOWN OFFICERS FOR 1907. 



Annual town meeting third Monday of March. 

Clerk — Parker J, Kemp. 

Selectmen — Luther G. Robbins, E. P., Charles H. Miller. 
Francis G. Hayes (Groton, Mass.) 

Treasurer — Edward L. Tarbell. 

Auditors— Charles B. Taft, E. P., Charles S. Denham. 

Overseers of Poor — Tester R. Qua, Winslow^ S. Parker, E. 
P., John O. Bennett. 

SuPT. Streets — Warren M. Blood, E. P. 

Assessors — Russell C. Plummer, E. P., Charles H. Chap- 
man, E. P., Addison W^oodward. 

Board of Health — Dr. F. W. Lovejoy. 

Tax Collector — George A. ^Mahoney, E. P. 

Constable and Truant Officer — Edwin Goggin, E. P. 

Inspector of Animals and I'rovisions — E. Dyer Harris. 

Tree Warden — Josepli A. Wiley. 

Supt. Town Farm, Jewbtt Strekt — "?«^njamin W. Parker. 

POLICE DEPT.— George G. Tarbell, chief, E. P.; John W. 
Bartz, deputy, E. P. ; John O'Toole, E. P. ; John R. Shattuck, 
E. P.; Frank D. Bolles, Benjamin Parker. 



277 Main St., 159 Merrimack St., 

THE BABBITT CO., OPTICIANS. 

NASHUA, N. H. LOWELL, MASS. 



C. I I1V[B! CO, 



Wall Papers, Upholstering, Carpet, 
Drapery Work, etc. 



42 PEPPERELL DIRECTORY, 

FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

Headquarters, Foster st., E. P. 

Engineers — Chief, Warren M. Blood; ass'ts. Dr. Wm. P. 
Heald, Louis P. Sliattuck; electrician, Edw^ard A. Johnson. 

Steamer No. 1, Foster St., E. P. — Meets first Tuesdays. 
Foreman, Luther G. Bobbins; ass't, John Hatherly; engineer, 
Harry N. Trenholm ; driver, Henry W. Lakin. 

Hook & Ladder^ No. 1, Foster St.^, E. P. — Meets first Tues- 
days. Foreman, Clias. H. Miller; ass'ts, John H. O'Brien, 
Frank C. Darling. 

Hand Engine, Pepperell^ No. 1 — Meets under town hall 
first Tuesdays. Foreman, Addison Woodward; ass'ts, Wm. E. 
Chapman, Wm. J. Rouse; clerk, Edward L. Tarbell; treas. 
and Stewart, Frank D. Bolles. 35 members. 

Veteran Fireman's Ass'n^ N. E. League — Meets first Tues- 
days at Foster St. engine house, E. P. Foreman, Luther G. 
Bobbins ; ass'ts, Louis P. Shattuck, Addison W^oodward ; clerk 
and treas., Edward L. Tarbell; stew^ard, Frank D. Bolles; 
ass't, Wm. E. Chapman. 

Union Veteran Fire Ass'n— Cottage st., E. P. Meets first 
Fridays. Org. 1895. 77 members. Foreman, Lincoln A. 
Johnson; ass'ts, W. A. Kemp, J. H. O'Brien; clerk, H. A. 
Willey; treas., D. E. Weston; steward, David Merrill. 

FIRE ALABM BOXES. 

Alarm given on bell of Unitarian Church and whistle at mill 
of Champion International Co. 

NO. LOCATION. 

24— Blake's Mills. 
2r,_Mill St., Hay ward's Cor. 
27— Groton St., Railroad Sq., 
28- Tarbell St., St. Joseph's Ch. 
32— Main St., opp. Foster St. 
34— Pleasant Street. 
37_Main St., Chase Hill. 
38— Main St., Town House. 
43 — Park St., Hovey's Corner. 
4fi_l'rescott St., No. Village. 
47_Hollis St., Boutwell's res. 

If you can't come to us about « • , o* 

277 Main St., ^^^j. gy^, write us about it and ^59 Memmack St.. 

we'll call on you when in town. T^Tirr-TT uacc 
NASHUA. N.H. THE BABBITT CO., OPTICIANS ^gwell mass. 



C. H. AVER! CO., 



Crockery, Glassware, 
Lamps and Plated Ware. 



pepperell directory. 43 

Special Signals. 

Forest Fire. Alarm preceded by five blows. 
All Out. Two blows. 

Test. One daily at 8:45 a. m. and 3:45 p. m. 
No School. Three blows at ^:00 a. m. 
One Session. Three blows at 11 :00 a. m. 

SCHOOL DEPARTMENT. 

Committee — Dr. L. R. Qua, ch., Fred H. Parker, sec, E. P., 
Edgar W. Blake, E. P. 

SuPT, OP Schools — O. C. Evans, 74 Westford st., Lowell, 
Mass. 

High School, E. P.— G. F. Turner, prin., Ethel B. Flewel- 
ling, Alice H. Bidwell, Orpha A. Lee; Ethelyn L. Hinckley, 
prin. 8th grade. 

Main Street — Clara M. Shattuck, prin., Mary A. Wood, 
Anna L, Boynton, Ellen E. Bennett, Susie W. Dort, Cora M. 
Collins. 

Tarbell Street, E. P. — Amy M. Aldrich, prin,, Mary H. 
Kimball. 

Groton Street, E. P. — Addie M. Sawyer, prin., Ethel M. 
Wells, Mary K. Prince, Edna H. Tarbell. 

Pine Orchard, E, P. — Mary E. Conant. 

TowNSEND Street — Nellie R. Errington. 

Oak Hill, E. P.— Edith M. Baker. 

South Road — Flora B. Blood. 

CEMETERIES. 

Commissioners — Warren S. Wood, ch., Frank D. Bolles, 
Rolan H. Blood. 

Centre — East Pepperell. 

St. Joseph's R. C. — Thos. I. Coghlan, siipt., E. P. 

West— Heald St. 

CHURCHES. 

Evangelical Congregational — Head of Main st., Robert W. 
Drawbridge, pastor, 4 Park st. Sundav services: Morning, 
10:45; Sunday school, 12:15 p. m.; Y. P. S. C. E., G p. m. ; 
evening, 7 j). m. Prayer meeting, Tuesday, 7 :30 p. m, 

,, . „ Probably more than half the op- ,, . , „, 

377 Main St. tical work in your town is done by '59 Memmack St. 

NASHUA N. H. THE BABBITT CO OPTICIANS ,,^,,^ ^^ 
Let u» do yoxir optical work. 



cj.mco., 



Glenwood and Magee Ranges, Fur- 
naces and Heaters. 



44 PEPPERBLL DIRECTORY. 



Methodist Episcopal — Chapel place, E. P, Rev. Putnam 
Webber, pastor, Chapel pi., E. P. Sunday services: Morning, 
10:45; Sunday school, noon; evening, 7 p. m. Prayer meet- 
ing Tuesday, 7 p. m. ; Junior League, Friday, 4 p. m. ; Epworth 
League, third Thursdays; official board, every other fourth 
Monday ; Ladies' Aid, first and third Wednesdays, 2 :30 p. m. 

St. Joseph's Roman Catholic — 42 Tarbell st, E. P. Rev. 
Thomas I. Coghlan, pastor; Rev. Thomas F. McHugh, ass't; 
40 Tarbell st, E. P. Sunday services : 8 :30, 10 :30 a. m. ; Sun- 
day school, 2 :15 p. m. ; vesper service, 3 p. m. ; Regular serv- 
ices, 6 :30 and 7 a. m. each week day. 

Unitarian — Otto Schneider, pastor. Org. 1747; last church 
built, 17G9, Sunday services 11 a. m., Sunday school, noon. 

PUBLIC LIBRARY. 

Lawrence Library, Main st., Pepperell Public and Law- 
rence libraries combined, 1901. Librarian, Mrs. M. Fannie 
Shattuck; Trustees: Dr. Samuel W. Fletcher, ch.. Dr. Chas. 
G. Heald, sec, Geo. T. Keyes, Waldo Spaulding, Arthur P. 
Wright, Dr. Wm. F. Heald. Hours: Monday and Thursday, 
9-12 a. m., 2-5p. m. ; Wednesday and Saturday, 9-12 a. m. ; 
2-5 and 6 :30-9 p. m. ; Sunday, 3-5 :30 p. m. 

CLUBS AND SOCIETIES. 

Country Club — Headquarters and golf links, Elm st. 

Daughters of the American Revolution — 

East Pepperell Vocal Club — O. M. Nash, pres. ; Mrs. H. 
M. Tower, sec. 

East Village Social Club — 

Pepperell Athletic Ass^n — 

Pepperell Musical Society — Miss Marion Hutchinson, 
pres.; N. S. Shattuck, sec. 

Pepperell Woman's Club — Mrs. Lucy B. Page, sec. 

Village Improvement Society — 

Village Aid Society — Mrs. C. D. Hutchinson, sec. 

Woman^s Christian Temperance Union — Meets first Thurs- 
days at E. p. Mrs. L. H. Bean, pres. ; Mrs. Elizabeth Handley, 
cor. sec. 

G. A. R. — Thomas A. Parker Post, No. 159. Meets second 
and fourth Tuesdays in T. O. O. F. hall, E. P. G. G. Tarbell, 
com.; Henry P. Humes, qm. 

Remember your eyes to keep them ,0. 

377 Main St., gOOd. ^^^ Mernmack St., 

NASHUA. N.H. THE BABBITT CO., OPTICIANS ^owell. mass. 



C. I AVERY CO., 



Contractors for Plumbing, Heat- 
ing, Tin-roofing, etc. 



I'EPPERELL DIRECTORY. -lo 

Patrons of Husbandry — Prescott Grange, No. 73. Org. 
1875. Fred O. Parker, master; S. Luella Parker, sec. 

FRATERNAL ORDERS. 

A. O. H.— Division 21). Org. 1883. Meets in Tarbell's brick 
block, E. P. Jolm Coffey, sec. 

Ladies' Auxiliary^ No. 15, A. O. H. — Org. 1899. 

Companions op the Forest of America — E. P. Circle, No, 
501. Org. 1899. Miss Catherine M. Gainey, C. C. ; Mrs. Cath- 
erine Burke, fin. sec. 

Foresters of America — Conrt Pepperell, No. 41. Org. 1888. 

I. O. O. F.— Beacon Lodge, No. 175. Org. 1870. :\[eets 
Thursdays in I. O. O. F. hall, E. P. William J. Rouse, N. G.; 
F. F. Bobbins, rec. sec. 

AcoMA Rebekah Lodge, No. 73, I. O. O. F. — Org. 1888. 
Meets second and fourth Tuesdays in 1. O. O. i^'. hall, E. P. 
Mrs. Gertrude Tarbell, N. G. ; Mrs. Effio M. Rol)bins, rec. sec. 

I. O. O. F., Manchester Unity — Loyal Oak Lodge, No. 7704. 
Org. 1902. Meets second and fourth Tuesdays in A. If. Tar- 
bell's block, E. P. C. W. Moore, sec. 

Knights of Columbus — Pepperell Council, No. 317. Org, 
1898. M. J. Do^vling, G. N. 

Odd Ladies, Manchester Unity — Friendship Lodge, No. 77. 
Meets second and fourth Thursdays. Mrs. Emma J. Reid, 
N. G. ; Mrs. Carrie Foss, sec. 

United Order Golden Cross — Pepperell Commandery, No. 
141. Org. 1881. Meets first and third Mondays, in M. E. ves- 
try, E. P. O. M. Nash, N. C. Ernest O Nash, N K. of R. 

POST OFFICES. 

EAST PEPPERELL— Office R. R. sq. Hours, 7 a. m. to 8 
p. m. Mails arrive, 7:45, 8:30, 10:45, a. m. and 12:30, 1 :L5, 
4 :45, 0, 6 :45 p. m. Mails close 7 :20, 8, 8 :15, a. m. and 12, 12 :45, 
5:30, (5:15 p. m. R. F. I), carrier leaves 9 a. m. Arthur P. 
Wright, Postmaster. Miss L. INL Harrington, ass't. 

PAUGT^S— Mails arrive 9:33 a. m. and 0:33 p. m. Close 
7:45 and IL'i. ni. Edsox L. Hurd, Postmaster. 

PEPl'ERELL— Office, 1 Townsend st. Mails arrive 8:55 
a. UK and 1 :40 and 6:50 p. m. Close 7 and 10 a. m. and 5 p. m, 
Chas. T). Hutchinson, Postmaster. 



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Carpets, Mattings, &c. 



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BANK. 

THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF PEPPERELL, Main 
c. Mill sts., E. P. Chartered 1901. Capital, |50,000. Charles 
S. Deiiham, pros.; E. E. Tarbell, vice-pres.; H. F. Tarbell, 
cashier. Directors — I. J. Rowell, Chas. H. Miller, E. D. Howe, 
H. F. Hobart, Geo. T. Greenhalgh, Chas. S. Denham, Everett 
E. Tarbell, Henry F. Tarbell. 

INCORPORATED COMPANIES. 

BURKINSHAW KNIFE CO., Sheffield st. Mfrs. pocket cut- 
lery. Inc. 1906. Capital, |1500. Alta A. Shattuck, pres.; 
Susan A. Burkinshaw, sec and treas. ; Charles Baker, supt. 

CHAMPION INTERNATIONAL CO., Groton st. c. Lowell, 
E. P. Mfrs. paper. Inc. 1901. General offices at Lowell, Mass. 
Geo. F. Russell, pres.; Phineas A. Hammond, treas. 

NASHUA RIVER PAPER CO., Main st., E. P. Mfrs. book 
papers. Inc. 1894. Geo. T. Keyes, pres. and treas.; Henry W. 
Keyes, vice-pres.; Chas. W. Keyes, sec; Henry C. Thurston, 
supt. 

PEPPERELL CARD AND PAPER CO., Mill st., E. P. 
Mfrs. coated papers. Inc. 1890. Waldo Spaulding, pres. and 
treas. ; Rainsford Deware, vice-pres. and mgr. 

PEPPERELL SPRING WATER CO., Chestnut st. Bot- 
tlers of spring water, ginger ale, etc. Org. 1894. Samuel S. 
Blood, pres. ; Edmund S. Blood, treas., sec. and mgr. 

BLOCKS, BUILDINGS AND HALLS. 

Central Fire Station, Foster, E. P. 

Conant block. Main, E. P. 

G. A. R. Hall, Saunders blk.. Main, E. P. 

Hook and Ladder House, Foster, E. 1*. 

I. O. O. F. hall, Saunders blk.. Main, E. P. 

Lawrence hall, R. R. sq., Main, E. P. 

Lawrence Library, Main, n. Town Hall. 

Opera House, TarbelTs blk., R. R. sq., Main, E. P. 

Prescott hall, up])er part of Town Hall. 

Police station, R. R. h(\., ]\Iain, E. P. 

Saunders block. Main, o]»p. Mill, Tl P. 

Tarbell's block, R. R. sq., Main, E. P. 



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Tarbell's block, opp. I. O. O. F. Hall, Main, E. P. 
Town hall, Main at Center village 
Woods block, Main, opp. High, E. P.- 

PEPPERELL STREET DIRECTORY. 

Ames, from Jewett to A. J. Ames' 

Bancroft, from Townsend at Coon Hill to South 

Bayberry, from Break Neck Hill to Chestnut Hill st. 

Bennett, from 41 Groton to I'rospect, E. P. 

Blood, from Shefitield to Oak Hill st. 

Boynton, from D. Boynton's north to Brookline 

Brookline, from Nissittisset square line 

Brown, from 17 Prospect to land of B. & M. R. R., E. P. 

Canal, from Main along the river to River 

Chapel place, off Mill near Cottage 

Chestnut, from .Maple past E. H. N. P>lood's to Townsend, 

Mass., line 
Cottage, from Mill to Fitchburg R. R. station 
Cranberry, from Chestnut to Wheeler 
Crescent, from north side of Main to Cross 
Cross, from Hoi lis to Main 
Davis, from ^lain to Cottage 
Dow, from Nashua at L. H. Dow's to State line 
East, from (Iroton line near Four Corners to Dunstable line 

near Story's 
Elliott, from Sumner Parker's to Calvin Bobbins' 
Elm, from the common to Primus Hill 
Farrar, from Prescott to North 
Foster, from Main to I). S. Foster's 
Franklin, from north side of Main to Hollis 
(Iroton, from Nissittisset square to (iroton line 
Harbor, from Shattuck at West school house to Townsend line 
Heald, from the common to West near H. D. Shattuck's 
High, from ]Main jcist H. Connnt's 
Hillside, from South t<^ Flai-bor 
Hollis, from Chase Hill beyond Nissittisset sq. to Moses 

Grilti^^s 
Hotel i)lace, from (Jrolou easterly, oi)p. New Prescott Ho., E. P. 
Jersey, fi-om Lowell past Four Corners to (5roton line 
Jewett, from Townsend past Alms House lo ^^'est 
Lawrence, from Oak Mill to IJrookline 



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Leighton, from 14 Groton to Lowell, south of Tarbell, E. P. 

Lowell, from covered bridge to Dunstable line 

Main, from the common, at Centre, to K. II. sq. 

Maple, from Heald to Oak Hill 

Mason, from Townsend at Mason's Corner to Shirley 

Mill, from Main at Saunder's store 

Mt. Lebanon, from Townsend at Eabbidge's Corner to Elm 

Nashua, from Blake's mill towards Nashua, N. H. to State 

line 
Nissittisset square, c. Hollis, Brookline and Groton, E. P. 
North, from North Village bridge to State line 
Oak Hill, from Hovey's Corner over Oak Hill to Pond Brook 

Corner 
Park, from the common to Brookline at L. Williams- 
Parker Hill, off Tucker, byd. Union, E. P. 
Pierce, from Nashua to Pierce Bros.' residence. 
Pleasant, from Main south to stone boundary at F. H. Beh- 

ren's land 
Prescott, from Hovey's Corner to Hollis 
Prospect, from 9 Groton north to Bennett, E. P. 
Province, from Leighton to P. Daudlin's 
Railroad, from Groton to Lowell, north of R. R. 
River, from Chase Hill to Elm 
Sartel], from Park to Sartell's mill 
Shamrock, from 51 Tarbell to Leighton, below Catholic 

church, E. I*. 
Shattuck, from Jewett past West school house to Soutli 
Sheffield, from Heald to Sartell's mill 
Shirley, from Elm at H. Boynton's to Groton line 
South, from Hollingsworth bridge to Townsend line 
St. Anne, from Province to Leighton, E. P. 
Tarbell, from 8 Groton to Lowell, south of R. R., E. P. 
Townsend, from the common to S. H. Larkin's 
Tucker, from Hollis at Tucker ]»lace to Groton near bridge 
Union, from Tucker to JNIill 

West, from Harbor ])ast H. I). Shattuck's to Townsend line 
Wheeler, from Lawrence to Townsend line 
William, from east side of Groton 
Willow, (rom junction Townsend and Jewett to Heald 



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PEPPERELL DIRECTORY. 



Abbreviations — abv. above; bet. between; byd. beyond; bid. building; blk. block; 
b. boards; B. & M. R, R. Boston & Maine Railroad; c. corner; ct. court; einp. employee; 
h. house; n. near; pi. place; rem. removed; res. resides; rd. road; r. rooms; R. K. D, Ru- 
ral Free Delivery; stenog. stenographer. 

The words Miss and street are omitted and are to be inferred. 

Special Abbreviations. — C. I., Charapiou International Co.; N. R. P. Co., Nashua 
River Paper Co.; P. C. & P. Co., Pepperell Card and Paper Co. 

E. P. stands for East Pepperell throughout the book. It is the post office address of 
the majority of Pepperell residents. 



A 



Abbott Frauk D., teamster, res. Tucker, n. bridge, E. P. 

Ackley Fred R., shipper, res. 82 Mill, E. 1\ 

Adams Charles B., farmer, h. Harbor 

Adams George W. S., farmer, h. Harbor 

Adams William H. H., farm hand, b. Augustus D. Phelps 

Aldrich Amy ^I., prin. Tarell st. school, b. John Williamson, 
E. P. 

Aldrich Catherine Mrs., res. Frank J. Allen, E. P. 

Alden Rosa D., res. Julia A. Litchfield 

Allaire Joseph, engineer C-I, h. off Lowell, E. P. 

Allen Annie, paper counter, res. Mill, n. Nashua, E. P. 

Allen Catherine, widow Timothr, h. Mill, n. Nashua E. P. 

Allen Deglan, section hand, h. William 

Allen Frank J., pai)ermaker, h. Ilennett, E. 1*. 

Allen John, papermaker, res. William 

Ames Caroline M., widow Elijah, h. 8 Park 

Ames Frank W., salesman, h. Shirley, n. Mt. Lebanon 

Ames Harold, painter, res. Frank W. Ames 

Ames William H., hostler, res. Bennett, n. Groton, E. P. 

Anderson Andrew G., enip. Anderson's bakery, res. Charles 
Anderson, E. P. 

Anderson Charles, baker, P. O. blk.. ^lain, E. P., h. 4 Leigh- 
ton, E. P. 

Anderson (Justaf, mgr. IM-oscolt ]>hue. h. do. p. o. Paugus 

Anderson ^Vi]lis, laborer, res. Mill, n. Nashua, E. P. 



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C. H. AVEH! CO., 



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Heaters, Furnaces and Ranges. 



50 PEPPERELL DIRECTORY. 

Andrews Charles A., pulp man, res. 42 Crescent, E. P. 

Andrews Elmer M., shoe cutter, res. Hollis, c. Groton, E. P. 

Andrews Forest O., helper res. River, E. P. 

Andrews Jonas E., repairer, h. River, E. P. 

Annis Jerry M., pictures and framing, Conant blk. Main, E. 

1*. rms. Wm. Kemp, E. P. 
Annis William H., retired, h. High, E. P. 
Appleton Nathaniel AV., retired, h. Hollis, n. Nashua, E. P. 
Archambault Arthur, papermaker, h. Province 
Archambault Joseph, color mixer, h. St. Anne, E. P. 
Ashton James R„ lunch wagon, R. R. sq., E. P., rms. 23 Main^ 

E. P. 
Atkinson William G., head farmer. River, E. P. 
Attridge Arthur R., papermaker, res. 76 Mill, E. P. 
Attridge Catherine E., student, res. 10 Prospect, E. P. 
Attridge James I)., lauudryman, h. Tarbell, E. P. 
Attridge James E., clerk. Ward's, res. 76 Mill, E. P. 
Attridge James J., emp. N. R. P. Co., res. 16 Prospect E. P. 
Attridge James W., emp. N. R. P. (^o., h. 16 Prospect, E. P. 
Attridge John J., foreman, N. R. P. Co., res. Cottage, E. P. 
Attridge John P., papermaker, res. 76 Mill E. P. 
Attridge Joseph F. student, res. 7(; Mill, E. P. 
Attridge Kate, widow Bartholomew, res. Mill, E. P. 
Attridge ]\Iary, widow James, h. Groton, n. Bennett E. P. 
Attridge Mary H., emj). N. R. P. Co., res. 16 Prospect, E. P, 
Attridge Myra G., clerk, C-I, res. (^ross, E. P. 
Attridge Philip, yardman, res. 76 Mill, E. P. 
Attridge Richard J., pa])ermaker, h. Groton, n. Benuett, E. P. 
Attridge Thomas H., papermaker, res. Cross, E. P. 
Ayer Herbert, section hand, res. Mill, n. Nashua, E. P. 

B 

Babb John (\, watchman, C-1, li. 14 Pleasant, E. P. 

Bailey Albert E., papermaker, h. River 

Baker diaries, supt. Buckiushaw Knife Co., h. Heald, n. 

Shetheld 
Baker Edith M., teacher. Oak Hill school, res. Robt. B. Baker 
Baker Ernest J., carpenter, h. West c. Jewett 
Baker Mary, res. Prescott, n. bridge, p. o. Paugus 
Baker Robert B., farmer, h. West c. Jewett 
Balcom Sarah F., widow Edward S„ res. Lowell, c. Railroad,. 



E. P. 



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277 Main St.. tory ; they mean business for us '59 Mernmack St. 

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Contract for furnishing a room, or a 
House Complete. 



PEPPEBELL DIRECTORY. 



Baldwin Fanny, widow Royal, h. Elm n. Main 

Baldwin Henry, retired, li. West n. Jewett, p. o. Townsend 

Harbor, R. F. D. 
Ballavauce l*aul, barber and pool room, Main, E. P., rms. 

Grotou, E. P. 
Bancroft Alice 1., housekeeper, Sam'l P. Bancroft 
Bancroft Charles H., farmer, h. Nashua, E. P. 
Bancroft Dora B., Mrs., h. Prescott byd. Brookline, E. P. 
Bancroft Fred 1?^., baker, Main, E. P., res. 7 Heald 
Bancroft George D., mason, h. Townsend byd. Mt. Lebanon 
Bancroft Samuel P., farmer, Hollis n. Prescott, p. o. Paugus 
Banisch Ignatz, papermaker, b. Mill, E. P. 
Barry Hannah, widow James, res. Tucker, n. bridge, E. P. 
Barry John J. (J. J. Barry & Co.) installment house. Main, 

E. P. res. at Fitchburg, Mass. 
Barslos Moses, emp. C-1, h. St. Anne, E. P. 
Bartlett Arthur W., clerk, Mault's, E. P., res. Main, E. P. 
Bartlett Edward E., clerk, ;Main c. Groton res. Main E. P. 
Bartlett Marion L., foreman N. R. P. Co., h. Main, E. P. 
Bartz Charles H., electrician, N. R. P. Co., res. Main, n. bridge, 

E. P. 
Bartz Jeannette, res. Main, E. P. 

Bartz John W., pipe fitter, h. Main, n. R. R. bridge, E. P. 
Bates Edward B., wood moulder, h. Main 
Bates Georgiana, Mrs. h. Main c. Franklin, E. I*. 
Bates Mary E., dressmaker, res. INIain, c. Franklin, E. I*. 
Battle P:is'ie L., laborer, h. Mill 
Jiatty Oscar, farmer, h. 25 Leighton, E. P. 
Bean George, papermaker, h. Province 
Bean John, chopper, h. St. Anne, E. P. 
Bean Lewis H., ])onltry raiser, h. Cross, byd. Tucker E. P. 
Bean Philij), hiborer, li. Province 
Beauville Jolm, emp. C-T, b. Crescent, n. ^lain, E. P. 
Beaulieu (Mara H., widow Joseph, varietv store, IMaiii, E. P., 

h. 3S Tarbell, E. P. 
Belirens Fi-jiuk 10., ])apermaker, res. 11 ^lill, E. P. 
lielirens Frank H., retired, li. INIill, E. P. 
liehreus Hattie E. Mrs., pajter couuter, res. Main, E! P. 
Belyea David J., ])ai)eruiaker, h. Groton n. Mill, E. P, 
Belyea Ethel 1. Mis., pai)er cutter, res. Groton n. Mill, E. P. 
Belyea Lulu W., ]»aper cutter, res. Groton n. Mill, E. P. 
Bemis Charles L., shoemaker, h. River, E. P. 

277 Main St., ^°"'" ^Y^s fitted at your own home ,5^ Merrimack St., 
without extra charge. Write us 
NASHUA, N. H. when in need of optical work. LOWELL, MASS. 

THE BABBITT CO., OPTICIANS 



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Gas Fitters, Drainlayers, and 
Job Work 



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Bemis Edna F., student, res. River, E. V. 

Bemis Lewis D., mechanic, li. River, E. P. 

Benjamin Oliver, barber, Ballavance's, rms. O. Provencher, 

E. P. 
Benner Fred A., papermaker, li. Main c. Davis, E. P. 
Bennett Ellen E., teacher, Main st. grammar, res. High, E. P. 
Bennett Frank R., (Frank R. Bennett & Co.), h. 29 Townsend 
Bennett Frank R. ^: Co., (Frank R. and Fred I).) hardware, 

stationary, etc., Main 
Bennett Fred D., (Frank R. Bennett & Co.) h. 29 Townsend 
Bennett Frederick E., clerk, Lane's, E. P., b. 40 Main, E. P. 
Bennett George H., Inmberman, b. Mrs. Martha A. Bennett 
Bennett John O., mason, h, 29 Townsend 
Bennett Martha A., widow Horace A., h. Sheflfield n. Heald 
Bennett William A., stone mason, h. Park c. Oak Hill 
Bergeon Ernest, enip. N. R. P. Co., res. 31 Grotou, E. P. 
Bergeon Joseph, enip. (M, h. 31 Groton, E. P. 
Bernal fc^tanislans, calender man, b. Parker's Hill, E. P. 
Bicknell Favette, farmer, h. Hollis, n. Cross E. P. 
Bidwell Alice H., ass't teacher. High school, b. John A. Fros- 

sard, E. P. 
Bird Charles F., soapmaker, h. South, p. o. Groton, Mass. 
Bird Minnie H., res. Charles H. Bird 
Blais Romeo, grocer, 3 Groton, E. P. h. do. 
Blake Arthur," machinist, h. Mill, E. P. 
Blake Catherine L. ^frs. res. Grqton n. Lowell, E. P. 
Blake Edgar W. (Henrv Blake & Son), h. Hollis c. Nashua, 

E. P. 
Blake Emma M., res. Hollis n. Nashua, E. P. 
Blake Frank, painter, b. Groton, E. P. 

Blake Henry, (Henry Blake & Son), h. Hollis c. Nashua, E. P. 
Blake Henry & Son, (Henry and Edgar W.), mfrs. supplies, 

Hollis c. Nashua, E. P. 
Blake James H., ])aper maker, res. Groton n. Lowell, E. P. 
Blake Lydia B., paper cutter, res. Groton n. Lowell, E. P. 
Blake Perlev J. machinist, h. Elm 
Blanchard Louis C, mgr. Hlanchard cS: Co., res. at Townsend, 

Mass. 
Blancliard & Co., (Arthur F. lilanchard), Wheeler, byd. 

Cranberry 
Blood Alice G., bookkeei)ei', Rowell's. K. V. res. 19 Pleasant, 

E. P. 
Blood Arthur A., clerk :Mault"s E. P. h. 19 Pleasant E. P. 



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Blood Augustus, teamster, b. 14 Heald 

Blood Bert E., flagman, res. EdM'in T. Blood, E. P. 

Blood Carrie M., widow Avander N., li. 10 Park 

Blood Charles, emp. N. R. P. Co., b. liodolplms Connolly, E. P. 

Blood Charles M., farmer, oft" Hollis, E. P. 

Blood Cora M. clerk, Anderson's bakerv, E. P. res. Leighton, 
E. P. 

Blood David W., retired, h. Maple n. Chestnut 

Blood Edmund S., treas. and mgr. P. Spring Water Co., Chest- 
nut, h. do. 

Blood Edwin T., teamster, h. oft" St. Anne, E.P. 

Blood Hannah E., widow Joshua, h. Park, abv. Sartell 

Blood Harold A. bottler, res. Lyman C. Blood, E. P. 

Blood James H. res. Mrs. Lucy J. Goodwin 

Blood John Estus, teamster, res. John H. Blood 

Blood John H., farmer, h. Mason 

Blood Lorenzo P. surve3'or, h. Townsend n. Willow 

Blood Lucy E., bookkeeper, P. Spring Water Co., res. Mrs. 
Mary A. Blood 

Blood Lyman C, farmer, h. Blood, E. P. 

Blood Margaret G., dressmaker, res. Lorenzo P. Blood 

Blood Mary A. widow Edmund H. N., h. Chestnut 

Blood Minot, machinist, res. 1 Leighton, E. P. 

Blood Rolan H., undertaker. Elm n. Main h. do. 

Blood Rupert S. farm machinery, res. Lyman C. Blood, E. P. 

Blood Samuel J., farmer, h. Heald, n. the brook 

Blood Samuel S., pres. P. Spring Water Co., h. at New York 

Blood Warren ]M., laborer, h. 1 Leighton, E. P. 

Blood Wilder B., teamster, h. 39 Leighton, E. P. 

Boguzas Anton, paper maker, b. Mill E. P. 

Boguzas Leuon emp. 1*. C. & P. Co., b. Mill, E. P. 

Boisquet Emil, farm hand, res. Hollis, E. P. 

Boisseau George, emp. N. R. P. Co., res. St. Anne E. P. 

Boisseau Hector C, paper maker, h. Nashua, E, P. 

Boisseau Louis, emp. P. C. & P. Co., res. St. Anne, E. P. 

Boisseau Vitaline, widow Jule, h. St. Anne, E. P. 

Bolles Arthur C, clerk, Whipple & Tower res. 16 Heald 

Bolles Charles M. farmer, h. Nashua, E. P. 

IJolles Darius A., res. Charles M. Bolles, E. P. 

]>olles Eva M., dressmaker, res. Charles M. Bolles, E. P. 

Bolles Frank D., janitor, h. 16 Heald 

Bonney Nathan E. clerk, h. Main 

Bootley William, laborer, h. Lawrence 



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54 PEPPERELL DIRECTORY. 

Boucher George, papermaker, res. 48 Groton, E. P. 

Boulia Amos engineer, N. R. P. Co., res. Main c. Cross E. P. 

Boulia Cyril, teamster, res. Cross abv. Tucker, E. P. 

Bousquet Emile, res. Joseph Bousquet, E. P. 

Bousquet Joseph laborer, h. Tarbell, E. P. 

Boutillier William, calender man, res. Union c. Tucker, E. P. 

Boutwell Delia L., widow George E., h. Hollis, p. o. Paugus 

Boville Joseph, paper maker, h. 46 Groton E. P. 

Bown Edwin paper maker, b. Main opp. Pleasant, E. P. 

Bown Matthew H., paper maker, res. Main opp. Pleasant, E. P. 

Bovden Joseph, farmer, h. South 

Boyle John, paper maker, b. Tucker n. bridge, E. P. 

Boynton Anna L. teacher. Main st. school, res. John L. Boyn- 

' ton E. P. 
Boynton Charles E., clerk, h. Heald n. Willow 
Boynton Everett C, laborer, h. Heald 
BoVnton Ida M., widow Jewett R., h. Townsend 
BoVnton John L. (Boynton & Parker), h. Main, E. P. 
Boynton L. Adelbert & Co., florist and market gardener. Park, 

* h. do. 
Boynton Lucy A., widow Alfred, h. Elm c. Shirley 
Boynton INlaria B., h. Townsend 
Boynton M. Luther, shoemaker, h. Townsend 
Boynton Rayette F., student, res. John L. Boynton, E. P. 
Bovnton Winifred S. student, res. Luther Boynton 
Boynton & Parker, (John L. Boynton and John W. Parker), 

ins. agts., R. R. sq., E. P. 
Bradford Gilbert M., farmer, h. Park 
Bradley William H., farmer, h. Townsend 
Brady Albert J., laborer, res. Tarbell, E. P. 
Brady James, res. Tarbell, E. P. 
Bradv Marv E., widow Hugh T., h. Tarbell, E. P. 
Brainard Arthur B., paper maker, h. G Pleasant, E. P. 
Breen James, farm hand, res. Crescent n. Cross E. P. 
Brigham Frank A. engineer, b. New Prescott, E. P. 
Brooks Benjamin J., ])aper maker, b. 33 High, E. P. 
Brooks Mary A., widow James E., res. Brookline, E. P. 
Brouthers Moses, emp. CI, h. St. x\nne, E. P. 
Brown George A., laborer, h. Brookline 
Brown Bros. (John H. and Wilton B.) carpenters, Holhs, 

E. P. 
Brown John H. (Brown Bros.) h. Hollis, E. P. 



The BEST is none too good for „ • ,, c, 

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Brown Wilton B. (Brown Bros.) li. Hollis, E. P. 

Bruitt Emory, laborer, h. 44 Tarbell, E. P. 

Buck Bertram G., student, res. Pleasant, E. P. 

Buck Fidelia, widow Samuel F,, res. end of Pleasant, E. P 

Buck George S., machine tender, li. off Pleasant, E. P. 

Buck Leslie C, box maker, res. 5 Gottage, E. P. 

Buckley Dennis, laborer, h. Tarbell, E. P. 

Buckley Eugene, paper maker, b. Daniel Hynds, E. P. 

Burabey John B., farm hand, res. Grescent n. Main, E, P 

Burgess Asa S., farmer, h. Nashua, E. P. 

Burgess John G., carpenter, res. Brookline, E. P. 

Burke John, papermaker, h. 24 Leighton, E. P. 

Burkhart Wiley M., mgr. W. E. A. I.egg's, h. Heald . 

Burkinshaw Knife Co., mfrs. cutlery, Sheffield 

Burkinshaw Susan A., widow Fred, treas. Burkinshaw Knife 

Go., h. Sartell 
Burns Lucy M., paper cutter, res. IMeasant, E. P. 
Burns Raymond K., farmer, h. Pleasant, E. P. 
Butterfield Francina widow James E., h. 40 Main, E. P. 
Butters George S„ retired, res. Julia A. Litchfield 
Byers James A., clerk. Main opp. High, E. P. b. do. 
Byron Michell E., machinist, h. 28 Leighton, E. P. 



Gahill Jennie, emp. paper mill, res. Nashua, E. P. 

Gahill Michael, laborer, h. Nashua, E. P. 

Galvi Giovanni (Galvi & Gircone), res. Main c. Grescent, E. P. 

Galvi & Gircone (Giovanni Galvi and Guiseppe Gircone), fruit 

dealers. Main opp. Foster, E. P. 
CANNEY LYMAN, druggist. Main opp. High, E. P., h. 16 

High E. P. 
Gapstrom Ubolt, emp. P. G. & P. Go., h. St. Anne, E. P. 
Carboy Martin J., paper maker, res. Tucker, E. P. 
Card Charles W., machine tender, h. 14 Pleasant E. P. 
Caron Phili]), laborer, h. St. Anne, E. P. 
Garr John J., papermaker, h. South 
Garrin John, papermaker, h. Province, E. P. 
Carter Adelia, widow, h. Elm n. INFain 
Carter Anna G., res. George S. Garter 
Carter George S., carpenter, li. Park c. Brookline 
Carter Katherine, student, res. George S. Carter 

We have a large stock — Two grinding plants 
277 Main St., — What for? For the purpose of serving you 159 Merrimack St., 
and your neighbors with lenses quickly and 

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Carter Mary F., res. Mrs. Ruth Carter 

Cater Nelson, jr., clerk, New Prescott House, b. do. E. P. 

Carter Raymond B., dentist, Hutchinson blk., h. Park c. Brook- 
line 

Carter Ruth, widow Aaron, h. Oak Hill 

Cartledge Henry, engineer, N. R. P. Co., res. Cottage E. P. 

Cary Nancy S., res. Brookline, byd. R. R. bridge, E. P. 

Cashin Martin, papermaker, h. off Tarbell, E. P. 

Cashin William C, papermaker, res. off Tarbell E. P. 

Cassaboone Alfred E., papermaker, h. 35 High, E. P. 

Champion International Co., paper mfrs., Groton c. Lowell^ 
E. P. 

Chapman Charles H., farmer, h. Brookline E. P. 

Chapman Elbert G., painter, off Elm 

Chapman Lloyd W., student, res. off Elm 

Chapman William A., farmer, h. Shirley 

Chapman William E., painter, h. Shirley 

Chase Edgar F., emp. N. R. P. Co., res. Nashua, E. P. 

Chase James H., machine tender, res. Nashua E. V. 

Chase Willis J., caretaker. Elm c. Main, h. do. 

Cheney Walter C, foreman P. C. & P. Co., res. Hollis, E. P. 

Chinn Alice E., res. Sidney W. Chinn 

Chinn Sidney W., mgr. h. Oak Hill n. Lawrence 

Christy Julius, papermaker, b. Groton n. Main, E. P. 

Chute Frederick, papermaker, b. Parker Hill, E. P. 

Chute Grace L. Mrs., res. Parker Hill, E. P. 

Chute John D., pa])ermaker, h. Union 

Circone Antonio, papermaker h. Tucker av. E. P. 

Circone Guiseppe, (Calvi and Circone), h. Main c. Crescent,. 
E. P. 

Claflin Grace, b. Mill c. Main, E. P. 

Clapp Sarah, widow George E., h. Elm n. Groton line 

Clapp William H., shoemaker, res. Mrs. Sarah Clapp 

Clark Geneva B., milliner, rms. Cross n. Crescent, E. P. 

Clark John R., calender man, res. Nashua E. P. 

Clark Thomas F., waiter. Ash ton's lunch, E. P., h. Tarbell c. 
Shamrock E. P. 

Clevel.md Sherman E., paper finisher, res. Brookline, E. P. 

CLEISTENT ALMOND, grocer and boots and shoes. Hill c. 
Groton, E. P. h. Hollis c. Groton, E. P. (See back cover) 

Clifford John, paper finisher, res. Groton, c. Hollis, E. P. 

Closson Ernest, laborer, b. 14 Heald 

Coan Robert A., teacher, h. Main 

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Coffey John A., papermaker, h. 12 Pleasant, E, P. 

Cott'ey Richard J. baj^gase master, E, P. station, res. Groton 

n. Main E. P. 
COFFIN GEORGE M., ed. and pub. Pepperell Advertiser; 

job printer; 8 IMeasant, E. P. li. do. {Hee paj^e 22) 
Coffin Mary M. Mrs., emp. Pepperell Advertiser, E. P. h. 8 

PleasaJdt, E. P. 
Cottrin Alfraetta W., widow Paige, res. Main n. Cross, E. P. 
Coft'rin Catharine A., paper sorter, res. Main n. Cross E. P. 
Coghlan Joanna M., res. 40 Tarbell, E. P. 
COGHLAN THOMAS 1. Rev., pastor St. Joseph's R. C. 

church, h. 40 Tarbell, E. P. 
Cognac Joseph, sr., res. 18 Franklin, E. 1*. 
Cognac Joseph jr., laborer, h. 13 Franklin E. P. 
Colbert Matthew emp. N. R. P. Co., h. rear 7 Grotoja, E. P. 
Colburn Edwin F., farmer, h. West n. Jewett ; p o. Townsend 

Harbor 
Colburn Editli R., res. Edwin F. Colburn 
(Jolby Sarah H., widow George W., housekeeper, Asa S. Bur- 
gess E. P. 
Collins Cora M. Mrs., teacher Main st. school, b. 4 High, E. P. 
Collins Joseph, machine tender, res. 13 Franklin E. P 
Collins ilichael laborer, b. Matthew Colbert, E. P. 
Colson Bertha C, dressmaker, West c. Jewett, b. do; p.o. 

Townsend Harbor, R. F. 1). 
Colson Eleanor S., widow Elisha, h. West C. Jewett, p. o. 

Townsend Harbor, R. F. D. 
Conant Caroline A. Mrs., milliner, Conant's blk., Main, E. P. 

h. do. 
Conant Frank A., carpenter, b. 44 Main, E. I*. 
Conant Harriet A., widow Henry, h. 22 High, E. P. 
Conant Mary E., teacher. Pine Orchard school, b. E. M. 

Andrews, E. P. 
Connelly liridget M., domestic. Dr. Edward S. Howe 
Connolly Nellie M., domestic, Henry C. Thurston, E. P. 
Connolly Rodolphus, emp. N. R. P. Co., h. Hotel pi., E. P. 
Connolly Timotliy, pa])ermaker, h. oft' Leighton, E. P. 
Cook Emerson W., box maker, b. 10 High, E. P. 
Copp Maynard P. box maker, res. Main n. Cross, E. P. 
Corbett Christy, domestic, 8 I*ark 
Corbett Hannah, res. William E. Thorpe 
Cote Edmund, mechanic, h. St. Anne, E. P. 



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Cotton Beeelier, calender man, h. oif Crescent, n. Cross, E. P. 

Couscliine Fred, shoemaker, res. St. Anne E. P. 

Couscliine Omar emp. C-I, h. St. Anne, E. P. 

Covert Elizabeth T., sorter, res. 49 Tarbell, E. P. 

Covert William H., fireman, C-I, h. 49 Tarbell, E. P. 

Coy Robert O., station agt., F. Div., B. & M. res. Main, E. P. 

Crane John, retired, b. Daniel DriscoU, E. P. 

Crocker Charles K., farmer, res. Hollis, E. P. 

Cromwell Arthur, papermaker, b. 30 Leighton, E. P. 

Crosby Charles, retired, h. Townseud n. Jewett 

Crosby Sarah, res. Tucker n. bridge, E. P. 

Cross James, papermaker, h. Tarbell, E. P. 

Cross Robert, farmer, h. Lowell at Dunstable line, E. P. 

Crossley T. Linsey, analytical chemist, N. R. P. Co., b. Frank 

H. Ward, E. P. 
Cullinan John F., papermaker, res. Tucker c. Mill, E. P. 
Cummings James M,, clerk, New Prescott Ho., E. P. b. do. 
Cunnifif James, emp. N. R. P. Co., res. 13 Prospect, E. P. 
Cunniff John, emp. N. R. P. Co., res. 13 Prospect, E. P. 
Cunnitf Thomas, emp. N. R. P. Co., h. 13 Prospect, E. P. 
Cunniff Thomas, jr., student, res. 13 Prospect, E. P. 
Curtis Carrie A., widow Frank B., h. Hillside; p. o. Townsend 

Harbor R. F. D. 
Cuthbertson Angus, papermaker, res. Cross n. Crescent, E. P. 
Cuthbertson Annie Belle, paper cutter, res. Main c. Mill, E. P. 
Cuthbertson David, emp. N. R. P. Co., res. Main c. Mill, E. P. 
Cutter Retreat, Dr. Wm. F. Heald, prop., Main 



Dadmar Archie A., winder, b. Pleasant, E. P. 

Dalphe Louis, shoemaker, h. Groton, E, P. 

Damkopfsky Antony, papermaker, b. Groton n. Main, E. P. 

Dane Charles F., farmer, h. Bancroft 

Dane Gertrude, teacher, res. Charles F. Dane 

Darling Alfred K., wheelwright, b. Frank W. Ames 

Darling Emery J., master mechanic, N. R. P. Co., h. Foster, 

E.' P. 
Darling Frank G., millwright, h. Main n. Hollis E. P. 
Darling Leslie F., photographer, 23 Main, E. P. res. Main, n. 

Hollis, E. P. 
Davis Ann, widow Patrick, res. Nashua, n. Mill, E. P. 

If you can't come to us about « • , o» 

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Davis Ann H., widow Granville C, res. Groton, u. Mill, E. P. 

Davis Ellery J., carpenter, h. G Franklin, E, P. 

Davis Frederick A., veterinary surgeon. Park, li. do. 

Davis Sarah A., widow Oliver 1*., res. Main c. Davis, E. P. 

Davis Thomas J., paperniaker, res. Nashua, n. Mill, E. P. 

Davis William H., papermaker res. Nashua, E. P. 

Davy George D., papermaker, h. Parker 

Day George S., milk dealer. Park n. Brookline, h. do. 

Dee Deglan, papermaker, res. Groton n. Lowell, E. P. 

Dee John H., papermaker, res. off Lowell, n. Groton, E. P. 

Dee Leary, papermaker h. Prospect 

Dee Michael, laborer, h. St. Anne, E. P. 

Dee Nellie F., emp. N. K. P. Co., res. Michael Dee, E. P. 

DeLisle Eugene, teamster, h. Heald n. cemetery 

DeManche George, laborer, res. Tucker c. Union, E. P. 

Denham Charles S., pres. First Nat'l Bank, E. P., h. Main^ 

Chase Hill, p. o. E. P. ■ 

Denuen Charles A., (Charles A. Dennen & Son), h. Park 
Dennen Charles A. & Son, (Charles A. and William F.) 

farmers and milk dealers, Park 
Dennen William F., (Charles A. Dennen & Son), h. Park 
Denno John B., carpenter, res. Groton, n. bridge, E. P. 
Darling Alfred K., carpenter, res. Frank W. Adams 
DeRoehn Albert R., machinist, res. Crescent c. Cross, E. P. 
DeRoehn Cora E., clerk, Tarbell's, res. Crescent c. Cross, E, P. 
DeRoehn Eugene master mariner, res. Crescent n. Cross, E. P. 
Derowe John, color mixer, b. Edwin T. Blood E. P. 
Devereux Phoebe J., widow Joel, res. James W. Freeman 
Deware Albert (Deware & Jordan) h. Cross c. Main, E. P. 
Deware Alice M., pafier sorter, res. Main n. Cross, E. P. 
Deware Elizabeth M., widow Abel, res. Main c. Cross, E. P. 
Deware Rainsford, v. p. and mgr. P. C. & P. Co., h. 17 High, 

E. P. 
Deware William H., pa])er cutter, h. 12 High, E. P. 
Deware & Jordan, (Albert Deware and Hollis G. Jordan), 

concreters. Cross c. Main, E. P. 
Dion Frank emp. P. C. & P. Co., res. Vitaline Boisseau, E. P. 
Donnelly Joseph A., foreman P. C. & P Co., res. Chapel pi., 

E. P. 
Donohue Daniel E., ])apermaker h. Groton, E. P. 
Dorshermer William, agt. laundry, b. Richard Attridge, E. P. 
Dort Susie W^, teacher, grammar school, res. Cottage E. P. 
Dow Albert F., farm hand, res. Park, n. Sartell 

Probably more than half the op- ,, . , „* 

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Dow Frank M., laborer, li. Hollis; p. o. Paugus 

Dow Fred, farm hand, res. A. S. McNajr 

Dow Ida E., music teacher, 23 Main, E. P. res. at Nashua, N, H. 

Dow Marinda A., widow Luther H., res. 9 Mill E. P. 

Dow Mary A., widow Daniel F., h. Park n. Sartell 

Dow William W., teamster, h. Hollis; p. o. Paugus 

Dowling Elizabeth Mrs,, dressmaker, res. 10 Cross E. P. 

Dowling Michael J., clerk, K. of P. Co-op. store, E. P., h. 10 

Cross, E. P. 
Doyle Patrick J., stone mason, h. Groton, E. P. 
Doyle Philip, jr., shoemaker, res. Tarbell E. P. 
Doyle Philip, sr., watchman, C-I, res. Tarbell, E. 1*. 
Dragon Albert, emp. N. R. P. Co., b. Moses Barslos, E. P. 
Drawbridge Robert W. Rev., pastor Evangelical Cong, church, 

h. 4 I'ark 
Drennan Catharine, domestic, Wm. N. Mault, E. P. 
Drinane Edward J., papermaker, res. Cross n. Main, E. P. 
Drinane Margaret L., res. Cross, n. Main, E. P. 
Drinane Patrick, jr., papermaker, h. Cross n. Main, E. P. 
Drinane Patrick tailor, h. Cross n. Main, E. P. 
Drinane Thomas, papermaker, res. Mill c. Nashua, E. P. 
Drinane William J., papermaker, res. Cross n. Main, E. P. 
Driscoll Cornelius T., student, res. 27 Prospect, E. P. 
Driscoll Daniel, emp. CI, h. 27 Prospect, E. P. 
Driscoll John, pai)ermaker, h. 31 Tarbell, E. P. 
Driscoll Michael J., emp. C-I, res. 27 Prospect, E. P. 
Drown I'.ert D., fireman, C-I, h. 9 Franklin, E. P. 
Drown Ethel, paper sorter, res. 7 Franklin, E. P. 
Drown Frederick A., foreman, h. 7 Franklin, E. P. 
Drumm Michael A., papermaker, res. Cottage, E. P. 
Drumm Timotliv R., clerk, Hayes' grocery, E. P., h. 42 Groton, 

E. P. 
Drummev Patrick, papermaker, b. Mill, E. P. 
Drummev Thomas J., emp. N. R. P. Co., res. Hotel pi., E. P. 
Drummev William A., emp. P. C. & P. Co., h. Hotel pL, E. P. 
Drurv Horace A., painter, h. G Pleasant, E. P. 
Drurv Walter H., su])t. C-I, h. 9 Pleasant, E. P. 
Duggan Anastasia, dressmaker, res. 19 Leighton, E. P. 
Duggan Kate, widow John, res. John J. Duggan, E. P. 
Duggan John J., machine tender, h. Groton, n. town line, E. P. 
Duggan Josephine A., domestic, Charles P.. Taft 
Duggan Mary, papermaker, res. 19 T^ighton, E. P. 
Dunbar Daniel A., farmer, Boynton n. town line, h. do. 



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Dunham William O., teamster, res. Cross n. Crescent, E. P. 
Dunlap Fred J., bicycle dealer, Mkin n. Foster, E. P., li. 14 

Foster, E. P. 
Dunn James E., dealer in coal and wood, at F. R. R. station, 

E, P. res. 3 Cross, E. P. 
Dunton Abner T., expressman, res. Davis, E. P. 
Dunton Earle M., express driver, res. Railroad u. Lowell, 

E. P. 
Dupre Alfred C, barber. New Prescott Ho., E. P. res. Groton, 

E. P. 
Durant Elbert S., livery stable, li. Heald 
Duraut Eliza J., widow John W., h. Heald n. Willow 
Durant George O., laborer, res. off Crescent, E. P. 
Durant William, h. Mt. Lebanon n. Shirley, E, P. 
Durell Arthur ^^^, papermaker, res. Tucker c. Cross, E. P. 
Durell Ella C, widow Arthur, res. Tucker c. Cross, E. P. 
Dusseault Edward, horseshoer, res. St. Anne, E. P. 
Dutton George, farm hand, Charles M. Blood; p. o. Paugus 
Dwyer Daniel, farmer, h. Groton n. Bennett, E. P. 
Dwyer Daniel R., emp. V. C. & P. Co., h. 2 Brown, E. P. 
Dwyer Edward F., papermaker, res. Nashua, n. Mill, E. P. 
Dwyer Mary E., housekeeper, Daniel Dwyer, E. P. 
Dwyer Thomas, papermaker, h, 74 Main, E. P. 
Dwyer William P., track repairer, res. Daniel Dwyer, E. P. 



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Eastwood Edwin, cutter, h. Sheffield; p. o. E. P. 
Elkins Alida E., widow Robert S., res. Brookline n. R. R., E. P. 
Elkins Carrie B., bookkeei)er, res. S. B. Cleveland, E. P. 
Elliot Arthur ()., meat cutter, res. 19 Pleasant, E. P. 
Elliott Elizabeth N., widow James A., res. 10 Groton, E. P. 
Errington Frederick J., shipper, N. R. P. Co., res. Brookline 

n. R. R. bridge, 10. P. 
Errington Marion (r, student, res. lirookline, K. P. 
Errington Nellie R., teacher, Center i)rimary school, res. 

Jirookline, E. P. 
Errington Walter 10., laborer, li. Lawrence n. Oak Hill 
Estabrook Nellie L., res. Albert A. Felton 
Evans Leon, machine tender, b. Ci-escent n. Main, 10. P. 
Evans Rebecca 10., Vidow Fred'k K., res. Parker Hill, E. P. 
Everett Hattie L. Mrs., stitcher, res. LS High, E. P. 



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Fagge Harry L., box maker, res. Groton, E. P. 

Fahy Daniel, shoemaker, li. I*roviuce, E. P. 

Faliy Edward, papermaker, li. Province, E. P. 

Fahv Mnrty, papermaker, li. Province, E. P. 

Farley Frank U., clerk, li. 29 High, E. P. 

Farmer Charles W., laborer, h. Shattuck 

FARNSWORTH BERTHA M., florist, Main opp. library, res. 

do. (See p. 23) 
Farrell Betsey J., widow John, h. 44 Main, E. P. 
Farrell Effie M., paper sorter, res. 44 Main, E. P. 
Feldmau Bessie, res. 15 Leighton, E. P. 
Feldman Faval, peddler, h. 15 Leighton, E. P. 
Felton Albert A., shoemaker, h. Oak Hill 
Fielding Harry, brickmaker, b. Kirk M. Lawrence, E. P. 
Fines Charles, finisher, h. Sheffield n. Heald 
First National Bank of Pepperell, Main c. Mill, E. P. 
Fisher William K., brass monlder, res. Parker Hill, E. P. 
Fiske John L., barber, Main, E. P., b. 3 Cottage, E. P. 
Fitch diaries H., retired, h. Park 
Fitch Frank S., farmer, h. Shirley 
Fitch Katharine B., res. Park 

Fitzgerald Michael, emp. C-I, b. 23 Prospect, E. P. 
Fitzgerald Thomas, emp. N. R. P. C, h. 13 Prospect, E. P. 
Fitzpatrick Catharine E., paper cutter, res. Cottage, E. P. 
Fitzpatrick Edward F., laborer, res. Cottage, E. P. 
Fitzpatrick Edward J., papermaker, res. Cottage, E. P. 
Fitzpatrick Ellen M., bookkeeper, res. Cottage, E. P. 
Fitzpatrick Francis, papermaker, res. Cottage, E. P. 
Fitzpatrick Nellie M., bookkeeper, K. of L. Co-op. store, E. P., 

res. Cottage, E. P. 
Fitzpatrick Theresa, dressmaker, res. 10 Cross, E. P. 
Flagg Helen L., housekeeper, Dr. Samuel W. Fletcher 
FLETCHER EUGENE F., gardener, h. Blood n. Oak Hill, 

E. P. 
Fletcher Samuel W., physician, h. Main 
Fletcher Sarah A., widow George T., h. Heald n. Willow 
Flewelling Ethel B., teacher, High school, b. High, E. P. 
Flood Ellen, domestic, 40 Tarbell, E. P., 
Flood Thomas W., physician, h. Groton, E. P. 
Flynn Ellen T.. ])aper sorter, res. 43 Groton, E. P. 



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Flynn Fred B., tel. op., res. Tarbell c. Shamrock, E. P. 

Flynn Jeremiah B., engineer, C-I, h. Oak Hill, E. P. 

Flynu Joanna H., paper counter, res. 43 Groton, E. P. 

Flynn John, papermaker, b. Geott'rey Powers E. P. 

Flynn Patrick, h. 43 Groton, E. P. 

Flvun Patrick T., calender man, res. 43 Groton, E. P. 

Flynn Patrick W., blacksmith, off R. R. sq., E. P., h. Tarbell, 

E. P. 
Foley James, laborer, h. Tncker n. bridge, E. P. 
Foley May E., dressmaker, res. Crescent n. Main, E. P. 
Foley Thomas, retired, h. 7 Prospect, E. P. 
Forrester Aaron J., machine tender, -res. Crescent c. Cross, 

E. P. 
Ford Alice E., dressmaker, res. 44 Groton, E. P. 
Foss Charles J., carpenter, h. Park abv. Sartell 
Foss Elmer J., engineer, res. Charles J. Foss 
Foster Arthur P., machinist, res. Mill n. R. R., E. P. 
Foster Susan ^l., Avidow Lvman B., housekeeper, Brookline, 

E. P. 
Foster William H., farm hand, res. off Hollis, E. P. 
Foucher Adorlard, firenmn, h. Nashua, K. P. 
Foucher Norbert, fireman, N. R. P. Co., res. Nashua rd., E. P. 
Francis Delia, widow Marshall, res. Auguste LeClair; p. o. 

Paugus 
Eraser John C, finisher, res. Chapel pi., E. P. 
Fredericks John F., carpenter, res. Main opp. Foster, E. P. 
Fredericks Lilla M., housekeeper, res. Main, E. P. 
Freeman dames W., carpenter, h. Heald n. cemetery 
French Anna, h. Townsend 

French Edward C., papermaker, res. Groton, E. P. 
French Hei'bert, lielpei-, b. Norlh o])]). Prescoi^ }). o. Paugus 
French Herbert A., teamster, b. S. M. Nokes, E. P. 
I'rossard John A., j>ai>er machinery niTr., Brookline, res. 

Cross c. Crescent, E. 1'. 
Frost Henry E., hospital att'd. h. Sheffield n. Heald 
Frost Hilda, pa])ermaker, res. John Frost, E. P. 
Frost .John, (Frost & Reid), h. :Main, E. P. 
Frost IJllian A., studejit, res. Henry E. Frost 
Frost Mabel K., ]»aper sorter, res. Henry 10. Frost 
Frost & Keid, (John Frost and David L. Reid), fish dealers, 

Main, E. T*. 
Fuller Charles ]M., laborer, h. Tucker av., E. P. 
Fuller Charles M. jr., farm hand, res. Tucker av., E. P. 

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Fuller Chester S., papermaker, res. Tucker av., E. P. 
Fuller Lyman C, papermaker, h. Townsend 
Fuller Maude A., res. Tucker a v., E. P. 



Gagnon Alice A., emp. N. R. P. Co., res. Bennett, E. P. 
GagTion Charles J., emp. N. R. P. Co., h. Bennett, E. P. 
Gagnon Charles J. jr., emp. N. R, P. Co., res. Bennett, E. P. 
Gagnon Edward A., clerk, Geo. H. Swift, E. P., res. Cottage, 

E. P. 
Gagnon Julia M., emp. N. R. P. Co., res. Bennett, E. P. 
Gagnon Nellie E,, emp. N. R. P. Co., res. Bennett, E. P. 
Gainey Catherine M., emp. N. R. P. Co., res. 16 Prospect, 

li P. 
Gainey Ellen V., emp. X. R. P. Co., res. 16 Prospect, E. P. 
Gainey Patrick, laborer, h. 16 Prospect, E. P. 
Garvey Helen T., student, res. 15 Prospect, E. P. 
Garvey John, emp. N. R. P. Co., h. 15 Prospect, E. P. 
Garvey John J., student, res. 15 Prospect, E. P. 
Garvey Mary V., waitress, res. 15 Prospect, E. P. 
Garvey ^linnie, table girl, New Prescott Ho., E. P. 
Gaskiil ^Nlelvin E., painter and paperer. Willow, h. do. 
Gatleck Nels, tailor at Murray's, E. I*., h. Leighton, E. P. 
Gauthier Jean B., i)apermaker, h. 18 Groton, E. P. 
Gay Afton E., attendant, town farm, b. do. 
Gay George A., pai)erinaker, res. Tucker, opp. Union, E. P. 
Gay Harriet N. widow Edward, res. Augustus D. Phelps 
Gene Henry, liarnessinaker, h. 33 Tarbell, E. P. 
Gerrish Edith M., i)aper sorter, res. 11 High, E. P. 
Gerrish Ral]»h 1)., ])apermaker, res. 11 High, E. P. 
Gerry Austin E., calender man, b. Groton, n. Mill, E. P. 
Gerry (Marence H., calender man, b. Groton, n. Mill, E. P. 
Gilbert Albert H., barber, h. 4 Brown, E. P. 
(lilchrest Maurice L, clerk, N. R. P. Co., res. Main, c. Davis 

E. P. 
Gilchrest McLellan R., finisher, h. ^Nlain c. Davis, E. P. 
Gilchrest Nellie F., clerk, Mrs. Mault, res. Main c. Davis, E. P. 
(Ti]lesj)ie Willis W., carpenter, h. South n. town line 
Gilman Curtis D., emp. W. N. P. Div. freight station, E. P. r. 

Wm. Kemp, E. P. ^ 

Gilman John A., papermaker, b. INIain. c. Davis, E. P. 

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Gilmau Jolm W., eugineer, N. E. P. Co., h. 38 Tarbell E. P. 

Oilman Kirk, freight clerk, E. P., b. Mrs. Butterfield, E. P. 

Gilson Allen A., farmer, res. James H. Gilson 

Gilson Elmer A., engineer, N. R. P. Co., res. 16 Groton, E. P. 

Gilson Henry J., wheelwright, res. James H. Gilson 

Gilson James H., farmer, h. Shirley, byd. Elm 

Gleason James J., shoemaker, res. Canal, E. P. 

Gleason Joseph, laborer, h. Wheeler n. Cranberry; p. o. 
Townsend Harbor, R. F. I). 

Gleason Mary Mrs., h. Canal, E. P. 

Gleason William J., papermaker, h. Canal, E. P. 

Glenas Henry, emp. Lawrence's harness shop, E. P., r. Tar- 
bell, E. P. 

Glover Nellie J., domestic, Frederick H. Parker, E. P. 

Goff Charles H., paper cntter, h. 11 IMeasant, E. P. 

Goff Frank N., retired, h. 9 High, E. P. 

Goggin Edwin, sale stable. Railroad, E. P. h. do. 

Going Eliza A., widow Aaron, housekeeper, 1 Leighton, E. P. 

Goodnow Lydia A., h. River n. town line, E. P. 

Goodrow Charles S., shoemaker, R. R. sq., E. P., h. do. 

Goodwin Annie H., res. Franklin c. Hollis, E. P. 

Goodwin Ashley M., machinist, h. Franklin c. Hollis, E. P. 

Goodwin Charles, laborer, res. Franklin c. Hollis, E. P. 

Goodwin Lucy J., widow Daniel, li. Heald 

Gooley Louis, hostler, Dr. Fred W. Lovejoy, E. P. 

Gorman Edward F., bai'ber, New Prescott Ho., E. P. h. William 

Gorman Tlionms L., laborer, h. William 

Goss Ezra L., photographer, b. Mill c. ^Main. E. P. 

Gould Harry, cutter, b. Edward Eastwood 

Goyette Joseph, laborer, res. Crescent, E. P. 

Graham John J., painter, res. Joseph M. Graham, E. P. 

Graham Joseph M., painter, h. Nashua, E. P. 

GRAHAM THOAL\S F., proj). The New Prescott, Groton, E. 
P., h. do. (See front cover) 

Grainger Atlanta M., res. Franklin c. Main, E. P. 

GRAINGER GEORGE, mason, h. Franklin c. ^[ain, E. P. 

Grainger George E., papei'uiaker, h. ^lain 

Grainger John T., machine lender, res. Franklin c. ^laiu, E. P. 

Gray Heni-y C., mgr. for ^liss Anna M. Jewell, Townsend 

Gray James S., artesian well driver. Mason, h. do. 

Gray Mnal O., retired, res. 8 IMeasant, E. P. 

Green Cliarles E., farmer, Sartell, h. do. 

Green Daniel J., papermaker, res. Nashua, n. Mill, E. P. 

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Green Edward, farm hand, Mrs. Eleanor S. Colson; p. o. 
Townsend Harbor, R. F. D. 

Green James F., machinist, res. Nashua n. Mill, E. P. 

Greenough Benjamin A., papermaker, h. Canal 

Grenwood Eli, farmer, h. Mason 

Greenwood Julius D., section hand, h. Chase av., E. P. 

Gregoire George, papermaker, h. Tarbell, E. P._ 

Grenache Benjamin, laborer, h. 17 Groton, E. P. 

Grenache Claude A., dentist, over R. E. Sq. Drug Store, E. P.^ 
h. 17 Groton, E. P. 

GRENACHE ELGIN S., stable, 8 Railroad, E. P., res. 17 
Groton, E. P. (See p. 21) 

Grenier Amos, barber. Main, E. P., res. Cottage, E. P. 

Griffin George E., farmhand, h. Hollis n. Prescott; p. o. 
Paugus 

Griffin Hannah res. 42 Groton, E. P. 

Griffin John H., farmer, h. 156 Main 

Griffin William F., carpenter, res. A. S. McNayr, E. P. 

Guerrier p]benezer, carpenter, h. Townsend 

Gustine Velmer Mrs., domestic, George E. Shattuck, E. P. 

Gutterson Harriet E., widow Henry A., manicure and chirop- 
odist. Main c. Canal, E. P., h. do. 

Gutterson Nellie M. Mrs., h. 33 High, E. P. 

Guttormsen Paul, engineer, N. R. P. Co., res. Mill, E. P. 

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Hackett James B., emp. C-I, res. 10 Prospect, E. P. 

Hackett John, gate tender, Groton st. B. & M. R. R., b. 10 

Prospect, E. P. 
Hackett John W., papermaker, h. 19 Leigh on, E. P. 
Hackett Mana E., widow William H., res. Charles A. Harris 
Haggert}' Daniel, emp. C-I, h. Bennett, E. P. 
Haggerty Elizabeth, res. 21 Prospect, E. P. 
Haggerty John F., student, res. Bennett, E. P. 
Haggertv Timothy, emp. C-I. h. 21 Prospect, E. P. 
Haie Harriet M., widow Charles S., h. 18 Foster, E. P. 
Hall Charles P., salesman, res. Cottage, E. P. 
Hall Frank D., clerk at Nashua, N. H., res. Cottage, E. P. 
Halley James M., papermaker, res. Patrick Halley, E. P. 
Halley Kate, widow James, h. 17 Leighton, E. P. 
Halley Nellie E., papermaker, res. Patrick Halley, E. P. 

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Halley Patrick, papermaker, h. Tarbell, E. P. 

Halley William P., laborer, res. Tarbell, E. P. 

Hamilton Chester B., reporter, Advertiser, res. Main, E. P. 

Hamilton Frank, wheelwright, h. Main, E. P. 

Hamlett, Charles G., teamster, res. Brookline, n. R. R., E. P. 

Hamlett George S., painter, h. South; p. o. Townsend Harbor, 

R. F. D. 
Handley Charles H., paper finisher, b. 32 Groton, E. P. 
Handley Elmer E., clerk, h. 21 Pleasant, E. P. 
Handley Mark, emp. N. R. P. Co., b. 23 Prospect, E. P. 
Handlin Lena, widow John, h. 51 Tarbell, E. P. 
Handlin Margaret, sorter, h. 51 Tarbell, E. P. 
Hanks Mary Mrs., housekeeper, 155 Main 
Hardy Daniel M., teamster, h. River n. town line, E. P. 
Hardy Grayson S., papermaker; res. Daniel M. Hardy, E. P. 
Harmon Edward F., harnessmaker. Main, E. P. also (Harmon & 

Mahoney), h. c. Main and River 
Harmon & Mahony (Edward F. Harmon and Amos D. Mahony) 

undertakers, R. R. sq., E. P. 
Harriman Leslie M., engineer, h. Main c. Hollis, E. P. 
Harriman Walter C, teamster, h. 13 Pleasant, E. P. 
Harrington Lillian M., ass't P. M., E. P., res. Chapel pi., E. P. 
Harris Albert H., station agt. B. & M. R. R., E. P., h. River, n. 

Main, E. P. 
Harris E. Dyer, veterinary surgeon, 170 Main, h. do 
Harris Eva M., res. 170 Main 
Harris Ray L., farmer, h. 1 Leighton, E. P. 
Harrod Gertrude M., stenog., C-L res. Nashua, E. P. 
HARROD WILLIAM A., farmer and poultrv raiser, Nashua. 

byd. Mill, E. P. h. do 
Hartwell Charles, farm hand, res. Edmund S. Blood 
Hartwell Fred, color mixer, res. off Brookline, E. P. 
HATCH FRANK S., res. off Tucker, Parker Hill, E. P. 
Hathawav, Everett L., calender man, res. Brookline, n. R. R., 

E. R 
Hawley George F., papermaker, h. Tarbell, E. P. 
Hatherly John W., paper finisher, b. 3 High, E. P. 
Hayes Bridget, widow John, h. South; p. o. Groton, Mass. 
Hayes Edward F., papermaker, res. Tucker n. Mill, E. P. 
Hayes Francis G., lawyer, 64 EquitalMe bldg., Boston, h. South; 

p. o. Groton, Mass. 
Hayes John H., machinist, res. Townsend 

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Hayes Mary, widow, res. Tucker n. Mill, E. P. 

Hayes Mary A., widow Daniel, h. Townsend 

Hayes Patrick J., grocer, R. R. sq., E. P., h. end of High, E. P. 

Hayes Thomas, farmer, h. South; p. o. Groton, Mass. 

Hayes Timothy A., dog trainer, h. South; p. o. Groton, Mass. 

Haynes Emma H., res. Waldo Spaulding 

Hayw^ard, E. A. Mrs. widow, res. Cresceui. n. Main, E. P. 

HAYWARD SAMUEL P. Rev. Second Advent clergyman, 
res. Mill n. Groton, at Hay ward's corner, E. P. 

Hazen David W., millwright, "h. 17 Pleasant, E. P. 

HEALD CHARLES G., physician, R. R. sq., E. P., h. 157 Main 
(Office hours, 9 to 10 a. m., 2 to 3; 7 to 8 p. m., except Sat- 
urday p. m. and Sunday) 

Heald William F., physician, Main n. library, h. do 

Hedin Oscar, driver, b. Charles Anderson, E. P. 

Hefferman Alice, res. Shamrock c. Tarbell, E. P. 

Hendela Norris, peddler, res. 31 Groton, E. P. 

Hennessey Mary, cook, New Prescott Ho., E. P. 

Hennessey Thomas, laborer, b. 24 Leighton, E. P. 

Herbert Bertram C, laborer, h. William 

Herbert Estella M., sorter, res. 22 Leighton, E. P. 

Herbert Eustache, papermaker, h. 22 Leighton, E. P. 

Herbert Henry L., clerk, Saunders', res. 22 Leighton, E. P. 

Herbert Lillian E., res. 22 Leighton, E. P. 

Herbert Leon, shoemaker, h. William 

Herbert Louis J., emp. N. R. P. Co., h. 37 Groton, E. P. 

Herrig, George V., express agt., Railroad, E. P., res. Railroad, c. 
Lowell, E. P. 

Higgins Emma P., stenog., N. R. P. Co., b. 8 Park 

Hill Charles W., fireman, h. 10 High, E. P. 

Hill Cortlandt S., farmer and milk dealer, Brookline, n. Prescott, 
E. P., h. do 

Hill Hattie F., dressmaker, res. 10 High, E. P. 

Hill Henry, res. Brookline, n. Prescott, E. P. 

Hill Sarah A., teacher, res. Brookline, n. Prescott, E. P. 

Hillary Michael, emp. Tel. Co., h. at Ayer, Mass. 

Hills Catharine, widow David A., res. Brookline, E. P. 

Hills Eliza J., widow Andrew, res. Brookline, E. P. 

HILLS FRANKLIN H., farmer, res. Brookline, n. Prescott, 
• E. P. 

Hincklev Charles M., farmer, h. Lawrence, n. town line; p. o. 
Townsend Harbor, R. F. D. 

Hinckley Ethelyn L., ass't teacher. High School, b. Dr. L. R. Qua 

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Hindred Freeling A., kennelman, h. Clark Hill 

Hinds William J., farm hand, b. Charles A. Dennen 

Hobart Eliza M., widow James, h. 16 Foster, E. P. 

Hobart Harry F., poultry raiser, Oak Hill, E. P. h. do 

Hobart William T., painter, h. North; p. o. Paugus 

Hogan John, papermaker, h. Tucker 

Holden James Y., machinist, h. West; p. o. Townsend Harbor, 
R. F. D. 

Holmes Ira C, papermaker, h. Park n. Hovey's cor. 

Holmes Isabella, widow Joseph T., res. Crescent, E. P. 

Holmes Lillian A., res. Ira C. Holmes 

Hopkins William J., fireman, N. R. P. Co., res. Union, E. P. 

Horan John, papermaker, res. Mill, E. P. 

Horan Patrick, laborer, res. Mill, E. P. 

Horan Timothy, papermaker, b. Mill, E. P. 

Horan William, retired, res. Mill, E.P. 

Hovey Catharine E., widow Joseph, res. 39 Main, E. P. 

Hovey Henry V., farmer, h. Park, Hovey's cor. 

Hovey Thirsey A., res. Park, Hovey's cor. 

Howard Edward C, painter, N. R. P. Co., h. Main, E. P. 

Howe Edward D., dentist, R. R. sq., E. P., h. 12 Park; p. o. E. P. 

Howe Melvin F., laborer, b. Dr. Samuel W. Fletcher 

Hoyt Harry, farm hand, Charles M. Blood, E. P. 

Hudson Charles S., mgr. Hudson's grocery, h. 14 Pleasant, E. P. 

Hudson Harriet B. Mrs. grocer. Main, c. Pleasant, E. P. h. 14 
Pleasant, E. P. 

Hughes Everett S., herdsman, h. Sartell 

Humes Henry P., painter, h. Elm n. Main 

Humphrey Alex., papermaker, h. Main 

Hunt Frank W., retired, b. New Prescott, E. P. 

Hunt James, brick layer, h. Canal, E. P. 

Hurd Edson L., agt. B. & M. R. R. and Nat'l Exp. Co., North 
Pepperell; postmaster at Paugus; h. at Hollis, N. H. 

Hutchinson Charles D., general store and postmaster, 1 Town- 
send, h. 2 Park 

Hutchinson Harry W., clerk, 1 Townsend, res. 2 Park 

Hutchinson Marion W., res. 2 Park 

Hynds Daniel, laborer, h. St. Anne, E. P. 

Hynds John, boxmaker, res. 17 Prospect, E. P. 

Hynds Mary, cmp. P. C. & P. Co., res. 17 Prospect, E. P. 



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Iten Edwin, sawyer, b. Melchoir Iten 
Iten Josephine, res. Melchoir Iten 
Iten Melchoir, farmer, Shattuck, h. do 



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Jacobs George D., meat cutter, h. 20 Pleasant, E. P. 
Jagielowicz Kostanty, mill hand, r Parker Hill, E. P. 
Jaques Clarence P., clerk, Hudson's store, E. P., h. Mrs. Stella 

Jaques 
Jaques Fred S., laborer, res. Sheffield 
Jaques Stella Mrs., h. Sheffield, n. Heald 
Jaquith Frank A., line man, h. Crescent, E. P. 
Janelle Joseph 0., laborer, h. Nashua, E. P. 
Jarvis Frank E., papermaker, b. Tucker, n. bridge, E. P. 
Jeglinski Joseph, laborer, res. Parker Hill, E. P. 
Jenkins William H. H., farmer, h. Townsend 
Jenks George, blacksmith, res. Groton n. Mill, E. P. 
Jenks Merton L., laborer, res. Groton, E. P. 
Jensen Jans A., salesman, h. Oak Hill byd. Boynton 
Jewell Anna M., b. Townsend 

Jewett Charles H., farmer, h. Jewett byd. town farm 
Jewett Elbridge, engineer, h. 10 Pleasant. E. P. 
Jewett John B., carpenter. Mill c. Cottage, E. P., b. do 
Jewett John E. B., Rev., retired clergyman, h. 155 Main 
Jewett John W., carpenter, h. 10 River, E. P. 
Jewett Susan, widow Walter E., h. Townsend 
Jewett William H., driver, h. Chestnut 
Johnson Edward A., electrician; tax collector, res. Groton n. 

Mill, E. P. 
Johnson Frank, helper, b. Mill, E. P. 
Johnson Lincoln A., papermaker, h. Cross 
Jordan Elizabeth, housekeeper, res. Crescent, E. P. 
JORDAN GEORGE, contractor and builder. Crescent n. Cross, 

E. P., h. do (See back cover) 
Jordan George, Jr., calendar man, res. Groton, E. P. 
Jordan Hale F., (Nutting & Jordan) res. Cross n. Main, E. P. 
Jordan Holhs G., (Deware & Jordan) res. Cross c. Main, E. P. 
Joyel Joseph, papermaker, res. Peter Joyel, E. P. 
Joyel Peter, fireman, h. Tarbell, E. P. 

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Kallman Andrew E., blacksmith, res. Union, E. V 

Kane Dennis, laborer, res. Mill, n. school ho., E. P, 

Kane Michael, papermaker, res. Nashua n. Hollis, E. P. 

Keane Bridget M., domestic, Dr. Wm. F. Heald 

Keith Burpee A., farmer, h. Lawrence n. Oak Hill; p. o. Town- 
send Harbor, R. F. D. 

Kelleher, Julia, res. 17 Prospect, E. P. 

Kellogg Sophronia R., widow John D., res. Crescent, E. P. 

Kemp Ada E., res. Mrs. Delia L. Boutwell; p. o. Paugus 

Kemp Andrew P., milk dealer and saw mill, Shirley, c. Mt. Leb- 
anon, h. do. p. o. E. P. 

Kemp Charles A., laborer, h. Lawrence; p. o. Townsend Harbor, 
R. F. D. 

Kemp Charles F., wood dealer, h. 14 Heald 

Kemp Delia B., "clerk P. O., E. P., res. Dr. David W. Hazen, E. P. 

Kemp EdAvin P., teamster, b. 14 Heald 

Kemp Ethel G., paper sorter, res. 17 Pleasant, E. P. 

Kemp Florence E., clerk, F. R. R. station, res. Main, n. High 

KEMP PARKER J., farmer, town clerk, res. Main n. High 

Kemp Sherman W., farmer, h. Hillside, p. o. Townsend Harbor, 
R. F. D. 

Kemp, William A., jeweler. Main, c. Foster, E. P. h. do 

Kendall Augusta M., widow William, h. Townsend 

Kendall Hattie I., res. Townsend 

Kennedy Joseph W., laborer, h. Townsend 

Kennedy Thomas H., millwright, h. River, E. P. 

Kerin John P., base ball umpire, res. Frank J. Allen, E. P. 

Kerin Mary A., res. Frank J. Allen, E. P. 

Keyes Charles W., sec. N. R. P. Co., res. River, E. P. 

Keyes George T., pres. and treas. N. R. P. Co., res. River, E. P. 

Keyes Henry W., vice-pres. N. R. P. Co., res. Haverhill, X. H. 

Kilburn Frank H., farmer, h. Bayberry 

Kilburn Martha, widow James, h. Lawrence 

Kielv John A., emp. P. C. & P. Co., res. 35 Groton, E. P. 

Kiely Nellie A., emp. C-I, res. 35 Groton, E. P. 

Kimball Marv H., teacher, Tarbell st. school, res. Groton, Mass. 
p. o. E. P. 

Kittredge I^]dna B., bookkeeper, Hayes' grocer}^, E. P., res. 
Tucker, E. P. 

Kittredge Ingalls, watchmaker at Kemp's; ins. agent., Tarbell's 
blk., E. P., h. Tucker, E. P. 

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Kittredge Oscar, clerk Hayes' grocery, E. P., h. Tucker, E. P. 
Kleinberg Davis, junk dealer, 15 Leighton, E. P. h. do 
KNIGHTS OF LABOR CO-OPERATIVE ASS'N, groceries and 

provisions, R. R. sq., E. P., (See p. 23) 
Kush William, papermaker, h. Mill n. paper mill, E. P. 



LaBreck Edward, papermaker, h. rear 44 Tarbell, E. P. 

LaBreck Samuel, blacksmith, b. Patrick W. Flynn, E. P. 

La Breck Stanislas, papermaker, h. rear 44 Tarbell, E. P. 

Lachapelle Ezra G., shoemaker, h. Wilham 

Lachapelle Joseph, shoemaker, h. William 

Lacourse Joseph G., teamster, h. St. Anne, E. P. 

Lacouture Alphonso, laborer, h. Lowell 

Laflamme Adolph, emp. N. R. P. Co., b. 6 Prospect, E. P. 

Laflamme Alfremme, emp. N. R. P. Co., b. 6 Prospect, E.P. 

Laflamme John, laborer, h. Hotel pi., E. P. 

Lakin Catherine Mrs., papermaker, res. 19 Leighton,fE. P. 

Lakin George L., auctioneer, appraiser, dry goods, 8 Railroad, E. 

P., h. do. 
Lakin George, Jr., barber, res. 8 Railroad, E. P. 
Lakin Harriet R., widow Lemuel L., h. 55 River, E. P. 
Lakin Henry W., teamster, res. 3 Cottage, E. P. 
Lakin Nathaniel, farmer, h. South; p. o. To wnsend- Harbor,. R. 

F. D. 
Lakin Samuel H., farmer, h. Townsend, n. town line 
Lamb Sarah E., widow Charles, res. 27 Townsend ^ .1 
Lambert George, farm hand, Harry F. Hobart, E. P. 
Lancey Edward W., carpenter, 16 Foster, E. P. b. do 
Lane Bros. (Matthew C. and Frederick H.) clothing dealers, 

P. 0.blk.,R. R.sq.,E. P. 
Lane Frederick H. (Lane Bros.) res. at Fitchburg, Mass. 
Lane Matthew C, (Lane Bros.) h. Main, E. P. 
Lanthier George, papermaker, h. Hotel pL, E. P. 
Lavalley Albert G., winder, h. 32 Groton, E. P. 
Lavalley Alexander, papermaker, h. 37 Leighton, E. P. 
Lavalley Arthur W., emp. paper mill, res. Mill, E. P. 
Lavalley, Fred, emp. N. R. P. Co., h. Hotel pi., E. P. 
Lavalley Godfrey, student, res. Hotel pi., E. P. 
Lavalley Grace, sorter, res. 39 Leighton, E. P. 
Lavalley Joseph, calendar man, res. Mill, E. P. 



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La valley Lester S., student, res. Mill, E. P. 

La valley Thomas, emp. C-I, res. Hotel pi., E. P. 

La valley William H., paper finisher, res. 3 Cottage, E. P. 

Lawrence Abby G., laundry, Mill n. Main, E. P. h. do 

Lawrence Albert A., harness dealer, R. R. sq., E. P., r. do 

Lawrence A. Leon, shoemaker, h. Heald 

Lawrence Americus Q., carpenter, end of High, E. P., h. do 

Lawrence Calvin P., farmer, Mt. Lebanon, E. P. h. do 

Lawrence Charles A., machinist, res. John A. Lawrence, E. P. 

Lawrence Cynthia H., Mrs., nurse, res. River, E. P. 

Lawrence Emma F., widow Abel S., res. 8 Nashua, E. P. 

Lawrence George E., mason, res. Kirk M. Lawrence, E. P. 

Lawrence Hannah M., widow John H., h. Townsend; p. o. 

Townsend Harbor, R. F. D. 
Lawrence Harriet E., h. 10 Park 

Lawrence Harry F., driver, res. Jonathan A. Lawrence, E. P. 
Lawrence Helen A., res. Hollis, n. Groton, E. P. 
Lawrence James H., farm hand, res. Jonathan A. Lawrence, E. P. 
Lawrence John A., machinist, res. Jonathan A. Lawrence, E. P. 
Lawrence Jonathan A., farmer, h. Nashua, n. state line, E. P. 
Lawrence Joseph H., miller, res. 28 Nashua, E. P. 
Lawrence Josephine M., h. 10 Park 
Lawrence Kirk M., farmer, h. Mt. Lebanon, E. P. 
Lawrence Kittie, res. 12 Heald 
Lawrence Library, Main, n. Elm 
Lawrence Nathan A., fireman, res. 8 Nashua, E. P. 
Lawrence Sara, widow Alfred, h. 149 Main 
Lawson Roswell H., paper trucker, h. Hollis n. Cross, E. P. 
Leary Arthur, h. Groton, E. P. 

Leary Arthur, Jr., machine hand, b. Arthur Leary, E. P. 
Leary Catherine, res. Nashua n. Hollis, E. P. 
Leary James H., einp. C-I, h. 27 Groton, E. P. 
Leary Joanna, papermaker, res. Mrs. Kate Learv, E. P. 
Leary Kate, Mrs. h., Tarbell, E. P. 
Leary Margaret, housekeeper, res. 54 Groton, E. P. 
Leary Thomas, machine hand, b. Arthur Leary, E. P. 
Leary Timothy, papermaker, h. 54 Groton, E. P. 
Le Baron Arthur L., herdsman, h. Sartell 
Lebonty, Norah, domestic, Patrick F. Sullivan 
LeClair Auguste, laborer, h. Prescott; p. o. Paugus 
Ledoux Edmund, emp. N. R. P. Co., h. 6 Prospect, E. P. 
Lee Orpha A., teacher. High school, b. John Frossard, E. P. 



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Legg W.esle}^ E. A., poultrj^ dealer (Boston, Mass.) summer 

res. h. Healcl 
Lemay Louis L., carpenter, h. Tarbell, E. P. 
Lepp Joseph E., blacksmith, Groton, E. P., b. Leighton, E. P. 
LePoer Bernard A., farm hand, res. South 
LePoer Ellen, widow Robert M., h. South 
LePoer John J., papermaker, h. South 
"LePoer Richard, portable saw mill, h. South 
LePoer Robert, sawyer, res. South 
Lessard Bros. (Henry L. and Louis H.) grocers, provisions; 23 

Leighton, E. P. " 
Lessard Henry L. (Lessard Bros.) r. 23 Leighton, E. P. 
Lessard Louis H. (Lessard Bros.) r. 23 Leighton, E. P. 
Letendre Henry, mason, h. Heald n. Willow 
Lewis Albert H., farm hand, h. Dow c. Nashua, E. P. 
Lewis Charles A., carpenter, h. Heald, n. Nashua 
Lewis Mildred, A., res. Albert H. Lewis, E. P. 
Lewis Ray A., res. Charles A. Lewis 
Libby Harriet H., Mrs. h. 16 Foster, E. P. 
Lillis Dennis, emp. C-I, h. 23 Prospect, E. P. 
Lillis John H., student, res. 23 Prsopect, E. P. • 
Lillis J. William, student, res. 23 Prospect, E. P. 
Litchfield Julia A., h. West n. Jewett 
Littlefield Frank P., laborer, res. Crescent, E. P. 
Littlefield Sarah A., Mrs., res. Crescent n. Main, E. P. 
Littlefield William C, car repairer, res. Crescent, E. P. 
Lonegan Patrick, emp. N. R. P. Co., b. Rodolphus Connelley, 

E. P. 
Lorden Charles W., papermaker, res. Daniel Lorden, E. P. 
Lorden Daniel, farmer, h. Tarbell, E. P. 
Lorden Jeremiah A., teamster, h. 21 Leighton, E. P. 
Lorden Mary J., res. Daniel Lorden, E. P. 
Lorden Timothy J., teamster, Tarbell, E. P., res. Daniel Lorden, 

E. P. 
Lovejoy Daniel A., carpenter, res. Daniel M. Lovejoy; p. o. 

Townsend Harbor, R. F. D. 
Lovejoy Daniel M., farmer, h. Harbor; p. o. Townsend Harbor, 

R. F. D. 
Lovejoy Fred W., physician, 4 High, E. P. h. do 
Lovejov Marion E., student, res. 4 High, E. P. 
Lucier Fred D., fireman, N. R. P. Co., h. 42 Tarbell, E. P. 
Lund John, retired, h. 33 Tarbell, E. P. 



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Lund Walter A., sawver, h. Wheeler; p. o. Townsend Harbor 

R. F. D. 
Lunt Bernice L., clerk, Whipple & Tower, res. Main, E. P. 
Lunt Marion I., student, res. Main, E. P. 
Lunt W. Walter, papermaker, h. Main, E. P. 
Lynch Alexander, papermaker, b. Ti^cker, n. bridge, E. P. 
Lynch Bert, machine helper, b. 44 Main, E. P. 
Lynch Deglan", papermaker, b. 17 Leighton, E. P. 
Lynch Edward, papermaker, h. Shamrock c. Leighton, E. P. 
Lynch James, papermaker, res.' Mill, n. school ho. E. P. 
Lynch John, papermaker, res. Mill c. Nashua, E. P. 
Lynch Thomas, papermaker, b. Mill n. school ho. E. P. 
Lynch William H., papermaker, h. off Main 
Lyons Charles, farmer, h. Shirlev 



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Mackey Fred S., papermaker, h. Tucker 

Mackey James, billiard room, Groton, E. P., res. do 

Mahony Amos D., (Harmon & Mahony), res. George A. Mahony 

Mahony George A., mgr. K. of L. Co-op. store, E. P., h. River, 

E. P. 
Mahony James, box maker, res. Mill n. Nashua, E. P. 
Mahony John, emp. B. & M. R. R., b. 23 Prospect, E. P. 
Mallcopfsky Joseph, papermaker, b. Groton, n. Main, E. P. 
Malley Catherine, emp. P. C. & P. Co., res. 17 Prospect, E. P. 
Malley Lawrence, emp. B. & M. R. R., h. 17 Prospect, E. P. 
Malley Thomas, F., papermaker, h. Groton n. Lowell, E. P. 
Malley Timothy, papermaker, h. Shamrock c. Tarbell, E. P. 
Malloy Ann, paper cutter, b. Crescent, E. P. 
MANSFIELD WILLIAM H., prop. R. R. Sq., Drug Store, E. 

P.. h. Groton c. Tarbell, E. P. 
March Sarah J., res. Mrs. Fanny Baldwin 
Marshall Annie M., paper sorter, res. Mill. E. P. 
Marshall Charles F., foreman, h. 76 Main, E. P. 
Marshall Charles I., paper finisher, h. end of High, E. P. 
Marshall Frederick N., papermaker, h.. River byd. Canal, E. P. 
Marshall John E., machine tender, h. Franklin n. Main, E. P. 
Marshall John S., papermaker, h. 11 Franklin, E. P. 
Marshall Samuel E. W., painter, h. Elm n. town line 
Marshall William, laborer, res. Mill, E. P. 
Marston Frank T., clerk, h. Franklin 

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Martineau Louis, reeler, h. 36 Groton, E. P. 

Mason Elmer M., foreman, N. R. P. Co., h. 36 Main, E. P. 

Maiilt William N., hardware, Tarbell's blk., R. R. sq., E. P. h. 

Lowell, n, Groton, E. P. 
Mault W. N. Mrs., millinery and fancy goods, R. R. sq., E. P. 

res. Lowell n. Groton, E. P. 
Maxwell Louis N., salesman, h. Maple, n. Lawrence 
Maxwell Raymond P., paperfinisher, h. 10 High, E. P. 
Mayhew Charles F., chopper, h. off St. Anne, E. P. 
Maynard George W., farmer. South; p. o. Groton, Mass., h. do 
Maynard Lizzie M., music teacher, pubhc schools, b. Main, n. 

Mill, E. P. 
McCollough Jennie, widow George H., res. 3 Cross, E. P. 
McCord Edward P., farmer. Oak Hill, n. Blood, E. P., h. do 
McCormack Charles F., engineer, h. Chase av., E. P. 
McCormack George F., papermaker, h. River, E. P. 
McCormack George M., machine tender, res. Chase av., E. P. 
McCormack James H., coachman, h. Clark Hill 
McCormack John S., machine tender, res. Chase av., E.P. 
McCormack John W., farm hand, h. Tucker, av., E. P. 
McCormack Melvin L., student, res. Tucker av., E. P. 
McDonald Frederick R., teamster, res. Mrs. Julia A. McDonald 
McDonald Julia A., widow William, h. Oak Hill 
McDonald William T., portable sawmill, h. Townsend; p. o. 

Townsend Harbor, R. F. D. 
McDawell H. Gordon, farm mgr., h. Shattuck; p. o. Townsend 

Harbor, R. F. D. 
McElhinney Allen, poultry raiser, Wheeler, n. Lawrence; p. o. 

Townsend Harbor, R. F. D. h. do 
McGinness John, mason, h. Hotel pL, E. P. 
McGown Beatrice, domestic. Dr. W. F. Heald 
McGrail Annie E., &tenog., res. Groton c. Lowell, E. P. 
McGrail Catarine A., stitcher, res. Groton c. Lowell, E. P. 
McGrail Frederick R., student, res. Groton, c. Lowell, E. P. 
McGrail John, papermaker, res. Groton, c. Lowell, E. P. 
McGrail Joseph F., laborer, res. Groton c. Lowell, E. P. 
McGrail Mary H., stitcher, res. Groton, c. Lowell, E. P. 
McGrath Alice M., stenog., res. 81 Main, E. P. 
'McGrath Arthur F., paper finisher, res., 81 Main, E. P. 
McGrath John, paper cutter, h. 81 Main, E. P. 
McGrath Lena M., res. Union, E. P. 
McGrath Margaret, widow, Nicholas, res. Union, E. P. 
McGrath Michael, laborer, h. off Groton, n. town line, E. P. 

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McGrath Patrick, papermaker, b. 17 Leighton, E. P. 

McGrath William, retired, h. Union, E. P. 

McHiigh Thomas F., ass't pastor, St. Joseph's R. C. church, h. 

40 Tarbell, E. P. 
Mclnnis Allen, papermaker, h. Tarbell, E. P. 
Mclnnis Colin, papermaker, h. Tarbell, E. P. 
Mclnnis Daniel, helper, b. Brookline c. Hollis, E. P. 
McKenzie Archibald, driver, b. Main, n. library 
McMurrav John K., machine tender, N. R. P. Co., h. 5 Pleasant, 

E. P. 
McNayr Adelbert S., farmer, Hollis, n. state line; p. o. E. P. 
McNayr Elizabeth, clerk, b. Main c. Mill, E. P. 
McPartland Hugh C, leather board maker, res. Andrew P. Kemp, 

E. P. 
McPartland Peter, emp. leather board works, res. Andrew P. 

Kemp, E. P. 
McPartland Thomas, emp. leather board works, res. Andrew 

P. Kemp, E. P. 
Mc Williams Neil G., foreman, C-I, res. Lowell, E. P. 
Melonson Ferdinand, shoemaker, h. William 
Melendy Custer L. G., cutler, b. John G. Melendy 
Melendy John G. H., reel man, h. Sheffield 
Melvin Charles P., piper, res. Crescent n. Main, E. P. 
Melvin George E., laborer, h. River n. town line 
Mention Stella, widow Henry, h. Lawrence, c. Oak Hill 
Merchand George, papermaker, res. Peter Joyel, E. P. 
Meriam Marshall, cashier C-I, res. Townsend 
Meriam Matilda A., music teacher, res. Marshall Meriam 
Merrill David F., papermaker, h. off Leighton 
Merrill Kittie M., domestic, res. S. R. Merrill, E. P. 
Merrill Nancv, widow Luke, summer res., h. Elm, n. Main 
MERRILL OTIS A., farmer and poultry raiser. Oak Hill, c. 

Boynton, E. P. h. do 
Merrill Samuel R., painter, Prescott n. Brookline, E. P. 
Merrill William H., physician. Elm, c. Main, h. do 
Mersereau VanVorst Mrs., res. Nashua, beloAv Mill, E. P. 
Messer Charles 0., teamster, h. 19 Leighton, E. P. 
Messer Elizabeth G., sorter, res. 19 Leighton, E. P. 
Messer Frank, teamster, res. Leighton 
Messer Fred, teamster, h. 31 Leighton, E. P. 
Messer William F., teamster, h. Tarbell, E. P. 
Milan Frederick A., clerk, R. R. Sq. Drug Store, res. Tarbell, 

E. P. 

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Milan John, papermaker, h. 44 Tarbell, E. P. 

Milan Thomas M., bar tender, New Prcscott, h. 7 Groton, E. P. 

Milette Addie, res. Peter Millette, E. P. 

Milette Peter, teamster, h. St. Anne, E. P. 

Miller Bros. (Wm. D. and Fred W.) farmers; cattle, poultry and 

provision dealers; Park, n. Hovey's cor. 
Miller Caroline, widow Jacob, res. 18 Park 
Miller Charles H., contractor and builder, 18 Park, h. do 
Miller Elijah A., farmer, Park, n. Hovey's cor., h. do 
Miller Fred T., farm hand, h. Townsend 
Miller Freclerick W. (Miller Bros.) h. Park, n. Hovey's cor. 
Miller James C, teamster, b. Crescent, n. Main, E. P. 
Miller Minerva, res. Elijah A. Reed 

Miller William D. (Miller Bros.) h. Park, n. Hovey's cor. 
Miner John H., carpenter, h. 18 Park 
Miniter James H., paper finisher, h. Franklin, E. P. 
Miniter James Leo, comp. Advertiser, res. Franklin, E. P. 
Mollineaux Charles H., farm hand, res, George Maynard 
Monahan James, bricklayer, res. Parker Hill, E. P. 
Monarch William J., calendar man, h. Elm, n. golf links 
Moore Milliam, papermaker, b. Geoffrey Powers, E. P. 
Morgan Harriet, res. South, n. town line 
Morgan Lawrence, rural mail carrier, h. South 
Morrill Frank E., shipper, C-I, res. Hollis, c. Brookline, E.P . 
Morrill Harry W., barber, res. Groton, n. Holiis, E. P. 
Morrissey Declan, papermaker, h. Lowell 
Morrissey James, bar tender, res. Shamrock, E. P. 
Morrissey John, 1st., papermaker, res. Tucker, n. Mill, E. P. 
Morrissey John, 2nd., laborer, res. Shamrock, E. P. 
Morrissey Joseph, papermaker, h. Shamrock, E. P. 
Morrissey Margaret, widow Patrick, res. Shamrock c. Leighton, 

E. P. 
Morrissey Michael, papermaker, res. Shamrock, E. P. 
Morrissey Patrick, 1st., laborer, b. Lowell, n. Groton, E. P. 
Morrissey Patrick, 2nd., papermaker, res. Shamrock, E. P. 
Morrow, John B., foreman, P. C. & P. Co., res. Mill, E. P. 
Munson Byron C, foreman, section, R. R., h. 20 Leighton, E. 

P. 
Murch William, papermaker, r. Main, n. Pleasant, E. P. 
Murphy Catharine A., widow William, res. Cottage, n. Mill, E. P. 
Murphy Daniel, emp. N. R. P. Co., h. 7 Prospect, E. P. 
Murphy Grace L., paper sorter, res. Cottage, n. Mill, E. P. 
Murphy, Myron M., clerk, res. Cottage, n. Mill, E. P. 



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Murray Catharine L., paper sorter, res. Thomas H. Murray, E. P. 
MURRAY JOSEPH W., tailor, R. R. sq., E. P., h. at Aver, 

Mass. (See front cover) 
Murray Thomas H., calendar man, h. River, n. Canal, E. P. 

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Nalette Napoleon, retired, h. 7 Groton, E. P. 

Nalette Nelida C, shoe worker, res. 7 Groton, E. P. 

Nash Arthur, papermaker, res. Groton, c. Hollis, E. P. 

Nash Everett O., color mixer, res. Mill, c. Main, E. P. 

Nash Frank, res. 36 Main, E. P. 

Nash Frederick, Mrs., res. Groton, c. Hollis, E. P. 

Nash Oliver M., foreman, C-I, res. Mill, c. Main, E. P. 

NASHUA RIVER PAPER CO., paper mfgr?., at bridge, Main, 

E. P. 
Nault Francis, teamster, res. Cross, n. Tucker, E. P. 
Nedow Edward, papermaker, h. Province, E. P. 
NEW ENGLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH CO., Main, 

E. P., (See opp. title page) 
NEW PRESCOTT, THE, Thos. F. Graham, prop., Groton, n. 

R. R. sq., E. P. (See front cover) 
Nichols Carrie B. Mrs., housekeeper, North, n. depot; p. o. 

Paugus 
Nichols Frank, laborer, h. Groton, E. P, 
Nichols James R., night foreman, C-I, res. Brookline, n. R. R., 

E. P. 
Nocella Angelo, clerk, Scipione's, E. P., res. R. Scipione, E. P, 
Noel Napoleon, emp. P. C. & P. Co., h. St. Anne, E. P. 
Nokes Silas M., ice dealer and teamster, Lowell, opp. Tarbell, 

E. P. h. do.. 
Norris William, papermaker, h. 40 Groton, E. P. 
Nutting Fred G., (Nutting & Jordan) res. Mill, c. Tucker, E. P. 
Nutting George P., h. Shirley, n. Mt. Lebanon 
Nutting Henry L., machinist, h. Townsend 
Nutting Orianna, widow Henrv E., res. Mill, c. Tucker, E. P. 
NUTTING cV: JORDAN (Fred G. Nutting and Hale F. Jordan) 

groceries and provisions, ]\lill c. Tucker, E. P. 



O'Bca Ellen Mrs., h. 12 Propsect, E. P. 

O'Bea Ellen C, emp. N. R. P. Co., res. 12 Prospect, E. P. 

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O'Bea George H., emp. P. C. & P. Co., h. 12 Prospect, E. P. 

O'Bea Joseph H., emp. C-I, res. 12 Prospect, E. P. 

O'Bea Napoleon, rem. to Worcester, Mass. 

O'Brien Arthur, farm hand, res. Brookline, c. Hollis, E. P. 

O'Brien Dennis J., teamster, h. Groton, E. P. 

O'Brien John H., papermaker, h. Shamrock, E. P. 

O'Brien Kate, res. Mrs. Lucy O'Brien, E. P. 

O'Brien Lucy, widow Larry, h. Tarbell, E. P. 

O'Brien Nellie, res. Mrs. Lucy O'Brien, E. P. 

O'Brien Timothy, teamster, h. 52 Groton, E. P. 

O'Connell Agnes N., paper sorter, res. 9 Cross, E. P. 

O'Connell Helen F., milliner, res. F. A. Conant, E. P. 

O'Connell John, box maker, res. 9 Cross, E. P. 

O'Connell John L., box maker, res. 9 Cross, E. P. 

O'Connell Mary E., paper sorter, res. 9 Cross, E. P. 

Odell Charles, laborer, res. Hollis, c. Groton, E. P. 

Odell William F., papermaker, res. Nashua, bel. Mill, E. P. 

O'Gee Ndson, shoemaker, R. R. sq., E. P., h. 33 Leighton, E. P. 

O'Heani Edward, laborer, res. Lowell n. Groton, E. P. 

O'Learv Michael, farm hand, h. South 

Ollie Benjamin, h. Tarbell, E. P. 

O'Neal Ajrnes, emp. P. C. & P. Co., res. Mill, n. R. R., E. P. 

O'Neal Alfred B., fireman, res. Leighton, E. P. 

O'Neal Elizabeth K., paper cutter, res. Crescent, c. Main, E.P. 

O'Neal Frank W., machine tender, res. James O'Neal, E. P. 

O'Neal Harry E., emp. paper mill, res. James O.Neal 

O'Neal James, fireman, h. Groton, n. town line, E. P. 

O'Neal John K., calender man, res. Crescent, c. Main, E. P. 

O'Neal Josephine L., paper sorter, res. Crescent, c. Main, E. P, 

O'Neal Martha, widow John, res. Mill, n. R. R., E. P. 

Orlawskis Frank, emp. paper mill, b. Mill, E. P. 

O'Toole J. Francis, machine tender, res. 44 Groton, E. P. 

O'Toole John, millwright, h. 44 Groton, E. P. 

O'Toole John H., tel. op., B. cl^ M. R. R., E. P., res. 44 Groton, 

E. P. 
Oulton William P., machine tender, res. Main, c. Cross, E. P. 



Page Susan H., widow Silas W., res. Groton, n. Mill, E. P. 
Page Walter B., farmer, stock raiser; h. Townsend 
Palmer Grant M., carpenter, res. Hollis, E. P. 

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Palmer Imogen E., widow Richard G., res. Tucker, c. Mill, E. P. 

Palmer Roswell N., laborer, h. 149 Main 

Palmer Rufus W, retired farmer, res. Hollis, E. P. 

Panover John, emp. paper mill, b. Mill, E. P. 

Papa Samuel, laborer, res. Hotel pL, E. P. 

Paradis Joseph 0., emp. C-I, h. St. Anne, E. P. 

Parent Heinne, chopper, h. St. Anne, E. P. 

Parent Jennie, res. Heinne Parent, E. P. 

Parent William, papermaker, res. Heinne Parent, E. P. 

Parker Albert F., foreman, res. Brookline, E. P. 

Parker Allen D., papermaker, res. Brookline, n. R. R. , E. P. 

PARKER BENJAMIN W., supt. town farm, Jewett, h. do. 

Parker Charles F., farmer, h. Groton, n. Hollis, E. P. 

Parker Charles S., mason and builder, Townsend, h. do 

Parker Chester, calender man, h. Main, n. River, E. P. 

Parker Ella Z., res. Mrs. Sarah E. Parker 

Parker Evelyn, widow Sumner, res. Hollis, E. P. 

Parker Fred 0., driver, h. 12 Heald 

Parker Frederick H., supt. H. A. Parker & Co., res. Nashua, E. 
P. 

Parker George, farmer, h. South n. town line 

Parker George, Jr., papermaker, res. South 

Parker George P., shipper, P. C. & P. Co., b. 40 Main, E. P. 

Parker George S., farmer, res. Townsend 

Parker George W., papermaker, h. Sheffield, n. Heald 

Parker Harriet E., res. Groton, n. Hollis, E. P. 

Parker Henrv A. & Co., paper mfr., Mill, c. Groton, E. P., res. 
Nashua," E. P. 

Parker Isaac W., box maker, h. Blood 

Parker Ivan K., farm hand, Mrs. Sarah E. Parker; p. o. Town- 
send Harbor, R. F. D. 

Parker John W. (Boynton & Parker) res. at Groton, Mass. 

Parker Louis A., farm hand, Mrs. Sarah E. Parker; p. o. Town- 
send Harbor, R. F. D. 

Parker OUand L., papermaker, h. Nashua, n. Hollis, E. P. 

Parker Sarah E., widow David, h. Wheeler; p. o. Townsend Har- 
bor, R. F. D. 

Parker Sarah J., h. Townsend 

Parker S. Luella, res. Hollis, n. Brookline, E. P. 

Parker Winslow S., farmer, Hollis, n. Brookline, E. P., h. do 

Parkhurst Fred, farm hand, Henr}^ W. Shattuck 

Passmore Amy S., res. Charles A. Lewis 

Patch Sarah E. P., widow William R., res. 28 Nashua, E. P. 

„ . ^^ What's the use of knocking, let the 

277 Main St.. ^^j^gj. f^u^^ ^^ j^j^ ^ORST, we'll '59 Mernmack St., 

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Patch Vida L., paper sorter, res. 28 Nashua, E. P. 

Peacock Bert L., tender, h. Wheeler; p. o. Townsend Harbor, 

R. F. D. 
Peacock Lerov A., sawyer, h. Wheeler; p. o. Townsend Har- 
bor, R. F. D. 
Pearson Charles, paper cutter, res. off Lowell, E. P. 
Peck Charles H., farmer, and summer boarding ho., Mt. Lebanon, 

h. do - 
Pelton Albert A., farmer, h. Oak Hill 
PEPPERELL AVDERTISER, weekly, Geo. M. Coffin, ed. atid 

pub., 8 Pleasant, E. P. (See p. 22) 
PEPPERELL CARD & PAPER CO., mfrs. coated papers, 

Mih, E. P. 
Perry Willis C, butcher, h. North; p. o. Paugus 
Phelps Agnes G., governess, res. Augustus D. Phelps 
Phelps Augustus D., agt. Mass. Cattle Bureau, h. Park 
Phelps Brooks W., real estate; farmer; res. Mrs. Harriet Phelps, 

E. P. 
Phelps Harriet, widow John B., h. Nashua, E. P. 
Phinney Bernice H., paper cutter, res. 15 Franklin, E. P. 
Phinney John J., papermaker, res. Franklin, E. P. 
Phinney Theresa J., paper cutter, res. L5 Franklin, E. P. 
Phinney Thomas W., watchman, N. R. P. Co., res. L5 Franklin, 

E. P. 
Pierce Bertha J., housekeeper, C. and C. E. Pierce, E. P. 
Pierce Bros. (Walter E., Calvin and Charles E.) farmers, Pierce, 

E. P. 
Pierce Calvin (Pierce Bros.) h. Pierce, E. P. 
Pierce Charles E. (Pierce Bros.) h. Pierce, E. P. 
Pierce George W., hay, grain and lumber; Railroad, n. station,. 

E. P. res. c. Lowell and Railroad, E. P. 
Pierce John W., carpenter, h. Hollis, E. P. 
Pierce Kate, wddow, h. Elm n. Main 

Pierce Leroy M., section foreman, b. Main c. Davis, E. P. 
Pierce Walter E. (Pierce Bros.) h. Pierce, E. P. 
Pierce Warren L., shoemaker, h. Hollis, E. P. 
Pike Archibald G., bookkeeper, P. C. & P. Co., res. Tucker, 

c. Hollis, E. P. 
Pike Noah S., blacksmith. Main opp. Cross, E. P., h. Tucker, c. 

HoUis, E. P. 
Pillsbury Andrew V., foreman, L J. Rowell, res. Tucker, E. P. 
Piper Samuel H., color mixer, res. Mill, E. P. 
Piper William, machine hand, res. Crescent, E. P. 

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Pitt Delphine Mrs. b. 25 Leighton, E. P,. 

Pitt Erbin, papermaker, r. 33 Leighton, E. P. 

Plummer Russell C, wheelwright, h. 9 Groton, E. P. 

Pond Carl F., painter, res. Nashua, n. Hollis, E. P. 

Pond Helen M., student, res. 155 Main 

Pond Mary M., widow Milton G., h. 155 Main 

Poulin Joseph, machinist, b. Main, c. Cross, E. P. 

Powers Geoffrey, papermaker, h. Tarbell, E. P. 

Powers Patrick, laborer, res. Mill, n. Nashua, E. P. 

Pratt Oliver D., retired, h. Shattuck 

Prendergast Miles J., emp. C-I, h. 2 Prospect, E. P. 

Presbv Austin, farmer, Shattuck; p. o., Townsend Harbor, R. 

F. D. 
Prescott Amos N., engineer, res. 11 Franklin, E. P. 
Prescott Eugene A., emp. N. R. P. Co., res. Chapel pi., E. P. 
Prescott Linzee Mrs., h. Prescott; p. o. Paugus 
Prescott Newman, papermaker, h. Franklin 
Prince Mary, teacher, Groton st. school, b. Main, c. Mill, E. P. 
Provencher Georgianna, sorter, res. 12 Leighton, E. P. 
Provencher Mariea, res. 12 Leighton, E. P. 
Provencher Nathalie, sorter, res. 12 Leighton, E. P. 
PROVENCHER OLIVER, blacksmith, carriagemaker, horse 

shoer, wheelwright; Groton, n. covered bridge, E. P. h. 12 

Leighton, E. P. (See p. 23) 
Putnam Edith E., clerk, res. Main, E. P. 
Putnam Eldora E., tel. op., res. Main, E. P. 
Putnam Forrest T., calender man, res. Main, E. P. 
Putnam Lawrence H., clerk, res. Main, E. P. 
Putnam Mattie E., widow L. Brooks, res. 39 Main, E. P. 
Putnam Nellie J., housekeeper. Main, n. Hollis, E. P. 
Putney Mary E., h. Townsend 



Qua Lester R., physician. Main, n. Hollis, h. do 

R 

RAILROAD SQUARE DRUG STORE, Wm. H. Mansfield, 

prop.. Main, E. P. 
Rappel Adam, laborer, res. Groton, n. Main, E. P. 

277 Main St.. '^°"'" ^y^^ fitted at your own home ,59 Merrimack St.. 
without extra charge. Write us 
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84 PEPPERELL DIRECTORY, 



Raymond Joseph, papermaker, h. Leighton, E. P. 

Reagan Bartlett J., clerk, h. Groton, E. P. 

Reagan John F., saloon, Groton, E. P., h. do 

Read Albert C. (U. S. A.) res. Sheffield 

Read Charles, driver, h. Tarbell, E. P. 

Read William A. (U. S. A.) res. Sheffield 

Reed Elijah A., farmer and summer boarding ho., Mt. Lebanon, 

h. do 
Reed Mary E. Mrs., h. Main c. Hollis, E. P. 
Reid Amos L., papermaker, res. Mill, n. Cottage, E. P. 
Reid David L. (Frost & Reid) calender man, h. Main, E. P. 
Reid Ethel, res. Main, n. Pleasant, E. P. 
Richards Alexander R., section hand, res. Groton, n. Lowell, E. 

P. 
Richards Millicent M., widoAv Alphonso S., h. 55 River, E. P. 
Richardson Caleb, real estate agt., (Nashua, N. H.), h. 22 High, 

E. P. 
Richardson Edwin R., farmer, Jewett, h. do 
RICHARDSON GUY, pub. Pepperell directory, 40 State, Bos- 
ton (See p. 17) 
Richardson Leon P., poultry raiser, Jewett, h. do 
Richardson Philip O., steam fitter, res. Jewett 
Riley Florence M., res. 16 Leighton, E. P. 
Riley Mark, mason, h. 16 Leighton, E. P. 
Rines Clarence P., papermaker, res. Parker Hill, E. P. 
Ripley Arthur L., tinsmith and plumber, res. Main, opp. Cross, 

E. P. 
Ripley Joseph E., laborer, h. Main, opp. Cross, E. P. 
Ripley Robert, laborer, res. Charles A. Kemp 
Robbins Carroll M., winder, h. Main, opp. Cross., E. P. 
Robbins Frank A., teamster, res. Tucker, c. Cross, E. P. 
Robbins George L., farm hand, h. Hollis, n. Prescott, E. P. 
Robbins Horace B., farmer, h. Elliott, n. town line, E. P. 
Robbins Louis A., clerk, Svlve^ster's fish market, E. P., res. C. B. 

Sylvester, E. P. 
Robbins Luther G., papermaker, h. 18 High, E. P. 
Robinson David, carpenter, res. Nashua, E. P. 
Robinson Mary C, paper sorter, res. Brookline, n. R. R., E. P. 
Robinson William H., farm hand, res. Brookline, n. R. R., E. P. 
Robinson William J., machine tender, res. Brookline, n. R. R. 

E. P. ' 

Rodier Victor, section hand, h. Tarbell, E. P. 
Rogers Helen D., attendant. Dr. W. F. Heald 

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Ross Fred B., tinsmith, b. Main, c. Cottage, E. P. 

Rosskus Frank, papermaker, b. Mill, E. P. 

Rouse William J., paper finisher, h. River, E. P. 

Rowe John J., color mixer, b. 8 Railroad, E. P. 

Rowe Sherman, h. 3 Tarbell, E. P. 

Rowell Bertha C, teacher (Webster, Mass.) res. Tucker, c. Cross, 

E. P. 
ROWELL IRVING J., dealer in coal, wood, hay, grain, feed, 

and lumber; farmer; R. R. sq., E. P., h. c. Tucker, Hollis 

and Cross, E. P. (See p. 21) 

Rubolus Joseph, emp. N. R. P. Co., b. Rodolphus Connolly, E. P. 
Ryan Frank R., farm hand, h. Chestnut 



Salter Isaac F., engineer, N. R. P. Co., res. Tucker, E. P. 
Sartelle Anna P., clerk, Whipple & Tower, E. P., res. Wm. E. 

Sartelle, E. P. 
Sartelle John F., lumber dealer, Sartelle, h. do 
Sartelle Susan E., widow Levi, h. Sartelle 
Sartelle William E., carpenter, h. Groton, E. P. 
Saunders A J. & Son (Joseph A. Saunders) general store, Main, 

Saunders' cor., E. P. _ 

Saunders Austin W., shoemaker, res. Tucker, E. P. 
Saunders Cecelia M., res. Cottage, E. P. 
Saunders George L., laborer, res. Tucker, E. P. 
Saunders Ida D., res. 21 High, E. P. 
Saunders John D., calender man, res. Cottage, E. P. 
Saunders Joseph A., (A. J. Saunders & Son) h. 21 High, E, P. 
Saunders Lucy P.. res. 21 High, E. P. 
Saunders Otis G., color mixer, res. Parker Hill, E. P. 
Savage Joseph, farm mgr., h. Hollis, E. P. 
Saverse Antonio, fruit peddler, res. Ralph Scipione, E. P. 
Savinsky Peter, papermaker, b. Groton, n. Main, E. P. 
Scales Laura E., res. Earl M. Stuart 
Scales Mclora H. E., widow Joel, h. Oak Hill 
Scanlon William D., laborer, b. 43 Groton, E. P. 
Schlick Philip, emp. P. C. & P. Co., h. 31 Groton, E. P. 
Schottmiller, Adam F., farmer, Mt. Lebanon, h. do 
Schottmillcr John, papermaker, res. Mt. Lebanon 
Scipione Ralph, fruit, cigars, etc.. Main, E. P., h. Hotel pi., E. P. 
Scott Alexander, machine tender, h. 36 Groton, E. P. 

„ . „, Are you "out of sight?" If so „ . . „ 

277 Mam St., •' consult *S9 Merrimack St., 

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Scott Daniel N., farmer, res. Lyman C. Blood, E. P. 
Servey William T., upholsterer, h. Heald 
Seymour Charles H., papermaker, res. 9 Cross, E. P. 
Shattuck Albert B., farm hand, res. Alta A. Shattuck 
Shattuck Alden K., emp. C-I, res. Holhs, c. Brookline, E. P. 
Shattuck Alta A., provision dealer, Maple, n. Heald, h. do 
Shattuck Andrew J., carpenter, h. 7 High, E. P. 
Shattuck Anna K., widow HerlDert, res. Mrs. Hannah E. Blood 
Shattuck Augustus S., farmer, res. Alta A. Shattuck 
Shattuck Bernard W., student, res. George H. Shattuck 
Shattuck Bradford W., farmer, h. Heald, n. Sheffield 
Shattuck Chalmer W., advertising distributor, res. Hollis, c. 

Brookhne, E. P. 
Shattuck Charles W., driver, h. 31 High, E. P. 
Shattuck Chester W., helper, res. River, E. P. 
Shattuck Clara M., teacher, Main st. school, res. 155 Main 
Shattuck Chfford H., helper, res. River, E. P. 
Shattuck David B., clerk, h. River, E. P. 
Shattuck Eliza W., widow Luther T., res. Louis N. Maxwell 
Shattuck Esther A., widow Samuel W., h. 15 Foster, E. P. 
Shattuck Fannie V., h. River, E. P. 
Shattuck Florence G., bookeeper, Boynton & Parker, E. P., res. 

Henry W. Shattuck; p. o. Townsend Harbor, R. F. D. 
Shattuck George E., farmer, Nashua, n. town hne, E. P., h. do 
Shattuck George H., salesman, h. top of Chase Hill 
Shattuck Gerry B., farm hand, h. Heald, n. Sheffield 
Shattuck Hannah E., widow George, res. George E. Shattuck, 

E. P. 
Shattuck Henry W., saw mill, off Lawrence; p. o. Townsend 

Harbor, R. F. D. h. do 
Shattuck Ida E., h. West, 
Shattuck Jasper L., laborer, h. Hollis 
Shattuck Jesse M., res. Henry W. Shattuck; p. o. Townsend 

Harbor, R. F. D. 
Shattuck John L., farmer, h. Elm, n. town line 
Shattuck John R., janitor, public schools, h. Main, E. P. 
Shattuck John W., carpenter, res. John F. Sartelle 
Shattuck Julian R., painter, h. Park 
Shattuck Leon E., res.' 31 High, E. P. 
Shattuck Leroy A., student, res. Alta A. Shattuck 
Shattuck Louella V., h. West 

Shattuck Louis P., livery stable, 27 Townsend, h. do 
Shattuck Mary A., widow Henry O., res. Hollis, E. P. 

The BEST is none too good for 
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Shattuck Mary J., widow Jonas, h. 155 Main 

Shattuck Mary L., widow Samuel P., h. Park 

Shattuck Mary L. P., res. Mrs. Mary L. Shattuck 

Shattuck M. Fannie Mrs., Hbrarian, h. Park 

Shattuck Nathaniel S., real esta.e agt., Park, h. do 

Shattuck Otto K., machinist, res. Hollis, c. Brookline, E. P. 

Shattuck Sumner G., laborer, h 3 Leighton, E. P. 

Shattuck William C, calender man, h. River, E. P. 

Shattuck William W., painter, Nissittisset sq., E. P., h. do 

Shaw Anna M., student, res. 15 Pleasant, E. P. 

Shaw George H., machinist, h. 15 Pleasant, E. P. 

Sheehan Edward, res. 30 Leighton, E. P. 

Sheehan Hannah F., boarding ho., 30 Leighton, E. P., h. do 

Shepardson William A., machinist, h. Elm, n. Main 

Sherwood Robert W., repair man, h. Mt. Lebanon, p. o. E. P. 

Shraier Joseph, fireman, b. Mill, E. P. 

Sibley Florence G., h. 156 Main 

Simons Freeman B., calender man, h. Tucker av., E. P. 

Simons Ivy M., paper sorter, res. Tucker, av., E. P. 

Simons William G., farm hand, John A. Lawrence, E. P. 

Simpson Alfred H., blade forger, b. John G. H. Melendy 

Slamon George, fireman, b. Tucker, E. P. 

Sliney Edward, papermaker, b. Tucker, E. P. 

Sliney Francis A., papermaker, res. Mill, n. Hollis, E. P, 

Sliney Frank J., farmer, h. Cottage, E. P. 

Sliney John B., papermaker, res. Mill, E. P. 

Sliney Mary A., housekeeper, res. Cottage, E. P. 

Sliney Nicholas J., papermaker, h. Lowell, n. Groton, E. P. 

SHney Patrick H., papermaker, res. Mill, n. Hollis, E. P. 

Sliney William H., ins. agt.. Cottage, E. P., h. do 

Smalle}^ Wallace J., papermaker, h. 11 High, E. P. 

Smith Frank L., carpenter. River, E. P., h. do 

Smith Maria E., widow Charles L., res. Brookl^ne, E. P. 

Smith Noah P., farmer, Jewett, h. do 

Smith William, papermaker, b. 30 Leighton, E. P. 

Soule Elias B., machinist, res.. Tucker, n. Mill, E. P. 

Spaulding Ada, res. Mrs. L. M. Spaulding, E. P. 

Spaulding Charles A., farmer. River, n. Canal, E. P., h. do 

Spaulding Charles F., clerk, P. C. & P. Co., res. Mrs. Martha A. 

Spaulding 
Spaulding Louisa M., widow Ezekiel, h. River, n. Canal, E. P. 
Spaulding Martha A., widow Gilman, res. Lyman Fuller 
Spaulding Waldo, pres. and treas. P. C. & P. Co., h. Main 



We have a large stock — Two grinding plants 
277 Main St., — What for? For the purpose of serving you 159 Merrimack St., 
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Spaulding Walter J., papermaker, h. River, E. P. 

Spear David C, farmer, West; p. o., Townsend Harbor, R. F. D., 

h. do 
Speklar George, emp. paper mill, b. Mill, E. P. , 

Sprauge Herbert M., painter, Brookline, E. P., h. do 
Stack Thomas, laborer, b. Tucker, E. P. 
Stafford William F., laborer, h. Hollis, E. P. 
Stanley Mary D., widow Benj. B., h. 12 Heald 
Staples Ella E., widow Sidney M., res. 4 High, E. P. 
Staples Florence E., stenog. N. R. P. Co., res. 8 Park 
Stark Etta M., mill emp., res. Crescent, E. P. 
Stark George H., laborer, h. Crescent, E. P. 
Stark George H., Jr., laborer, res. Crescent, E. P. 
Stark Lucius E, papermaker, res. Brookline. E. P. 
Stark Robert A., papermaker, res. Crescent, E. P. 
Starkie Johanna, widow Patrick, res. Lowell, n. Groton, E. P. 
Starkie Mary C, paper sorter, res. Lowell, E. P. 
Starkie Robert, papermaker, res. Lowell, E. P. 
STARR JAMES, contractor for artesian wells and water supply, 

Main, opp. library, h. do (See p. 23) 
STARR L. E., preserves. Main, opp. library, h. do (See p. 23) 
Steltz Howard H., driver, h. Tarbell, E. P. 
Stevens Charles F., papermaker, h. Prescott 
Stewart George H., poultry raiser. Cranberry, h. do 
Stewart Susan A., widow Leander A., h. Cranberry 
Stuart Alvaro C, painter, h. Boynton, n. town line 
Stuart Earl M., farmer, h. Oak Hill, n. Hovey's cor. 
Stone Thomas J., paper cutter, res. off Cottage, E. P. 
Sullivan Annie L., res. 8 Groton, E. P. 
Sullivan Anna V., student, res. Bennett, E. P. 
Sullivan Arthur J., res. 17 Prospect, E. P. 
Sullivan Catherine, emp. N. R. P. Co., res. Bennett, E. P. 
Sullivan Daniel, papermaker, h. Mill 
Sullivan Daniel, emp. N. R. P. Co., h. Bennett, E. P. 
Sullivan Daniel H., student, res. Bennett, E. P. 
Sullivan Daniel T., paper finisher, res. Nashua, c. Mill, E. P. 
Sullivan Elizabeth, domestic, 40 Tarbell, E. P. 
Sullivan Elizabeth T., emp. N. R. P. Co., res. Bennett, E. P. 
Sullivan Humphrey D., clerk, res. 79 Mill, E. P. 
Sullivan Humphrey T., emp. N. R. P. Co., res. 8. Prospect, E. P. 
Sullivan James 1st., emp. N. R. P. Co., h. Bennett, E. P. 
Sullivan James 2nd., emp. C-I, h. 6 Prospect, E. P. 
Sullivan James 3rd., section foreman, h. 74 Main, E. P. 

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Sullivan James J., laborer, b. Edgar F. Chase, E. P. 

Sullivan John, emp. N. R. P. Co., h. 8 Prospect, E. P. 

Sullivan John J., emp. C-I, res. Bennett, E. P. 

Sullivan John L., shoemaker, h. Prospect, E. P. 

Sullivan John T., emp. P. C. & P. Co., res. Bennett, E. P. 

Sullivan Mary E., emp. N. R. P. Co., res. 41 Groton, E. P. 

Sullivan Mary E., emp. C-I, res. Bennett, E, P. 

Sullivan Mary L., widow Thomas, h. 17 Prospect, .E. P. 

Sullivan Mary V., res. 8 Groton, E. P. 

Sullivan Michael, laborer, h. 41 Groton, E. P. 

Sullivan H., saloon, 3 Tarbell, res. 8 Groton, E. P. 

Sullivan Michael J., emp. C-I, res. 8 Prospect, E. P. 

Sullivan Michael T., emp. N. R. P. Co., res. 41 Groton, E. P. 

Sullivan Nellie A., emp. N. R. P. Co., res. 41 Groton, E. P. 

Sullivan Patrick F., blacksmith, h. 16 Townsend 

Sullivan Patrick, papermaker, b. Mill, E. P. 

Supple Jeremiah, papermaker, h. 35 Tarbell, E. P. 

Supple Joseph, engineer, N. R. P. Co., res. Brookline, E. P. 

Supple Margaret M., paper cutter, res. Brookline, E. P. 

Supple Michael, papermaker, res. Jeremiah Supple, E. L. 

Supple Michael J., papermaker, res. Brookline, E. P. 

Supple Patrick, fireman, N. R. P. Co., res. Brookline, E. P. 

Suprenant Edmond, laborer, res. Prescott; p. o. E. P. 

Suprenant Eli, papermaker, h. Prescott- p. o. E. P. 

Swasey Charles A., variety store, Main, E. P., h. Hollis, E. P. 

Swasey Mary E., widow Charles H., h. Hollis, n. Cross, E. P. 

SWIFT GEORGE H., clothing, furnishings and shoes, Tel. Exc. 

bid.. Main, E. P., r Sumner G. Shattuck, E. P. (See back 

cover) 
Swindell, John L., farm hand, Cortlandt S. Hill, E. P. 
Sylvester Charles B., fish market. Main, E. P., h. Canal, E. P. 



Taber Allen H., foreman, h. 14 High, E. P. 
Taft Charles B., clerk, N. R. P. C, res. Hollis, E. P. 
Taft Roger B., clerk, N. R. P. Co., res. Hollis, E. P. 
Taft William O., student, res. Hollis, E. P. 
Tarbell Alden A., dry goods, Main, E. P., h. Main, E. P. 
Tarbell Anna E., clerk, A. A. Tarbell's, E. P., res. A. A. Tar- 
bell, E. P. 
Tarbell Blanche B., bookkeeper, Nat'l Bank, res. Main, E. P. 



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Tarbell Edna H., teacher, Groton st. school, res. Brookline, E. P. 

Tarbell Edward L., salesman (Boston) h. Heald, c. Park 

Tarbell Everett E., groceries and lumber, Main, c. Groton, E. 
P., h. Main, E.P. 

Tarbell George G., chief of police, R. R. sq., E. P., h. Brookline, 
E. P. 

Tarbell Henry F., cashier Nat'l Bank, res. Main, E. P. 

Tarbell Irene S., dressmaker, res. Brookline, E. P. 

Tarbell Louis A., clerk, A. A. Tarbell's, E. P., res. A. A. Tar- 
bell, E. P. 

Tarbell R. Ernest, general store. Main, n. Foster, E. P., h. do 

Tarbell William P., stone cutter, h. Heald, n. Willow 

Thayer Annie M., music teacher, 16 Pleasant, E. P., res. do 

Thayer Jeremiah L., telegrapher, res. 16 Pleasant, E. P. 

Thayer Juhus L., shoemaker, h. 16 Pleasant, E. P. 

Thayer William J., clerk, E. E. Tarbell, E. P., res. Pleasant, E. P. 

Thibault Achille, upholsterer, h. Prescott; p. o. Paugus 

Thibault Joseph A., furniture, etc., Farrar, n. Prescott; p. o. 
Paugus, h. do. 

Thompson Annie R., widow Frederick L., h. 12 Pleasant, E. P. 

Thompson Hazel W., paper sorter, res. 22 Pleasant, E. P. 

Thompson Martha A., widow Hannaford, h. 22 Pleasant, E. P. 

Thompson Lena R., paper sorter, res. 12 Pleasant, E. P. 

Thompson Susan F., clerk C-I, res. 12 Pleasant, E. P. 

Thompson William C, h. Mt. Lebanon 

Thorpe Owen F., laborer, res. Oak Hill 

Thorpe William E., mgr. David W. Blood, res. do 

Thurston Henry C, supt. N. R. P. Co., res. Main, c. High, E. P. 

Tierney David W., papermaker, h. Nashua, E. P. 

Tierney Elizabeth M., emp. N. R. P. Co., res. 9 Prospect, E. P. 

Tierney Frank, papermaker, res. Mill, n. Nashua, E. P. 

Tierney John, fireman, h, 9 Prospect, E. P. 

Tierney Joseph, papermaker, res. Nashua, E. P. 

Tierney Martin J., laborer, res. Thomas Tierney, E..P. 

Tierney Patrick J., emp. P. C. & P. Co., res. 9 Prospect, E. P. 

Tierney Thomas J., yardman, res. Nashua, E. P. 

Tierney Thomas, Jr., res. Nashua, E. P. 

Tileston Harvey, h. 2 Townsend 

Tillman Charles, laborer, res. Mill, n. Nashua, E. P. 

Tisdale Arthur, night tel. op., b. 13 Pleasant, E. P. 

Tomson Alfred, machinist, h. Nashua. E. P. 

Toomey John J., papermaker, res. Crescent, n. Cross, E. P. 

Tower Alfred O., supt. schools, h. Elm 

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Tower George H., student, res. Alfred 0. Tower 

Tower Horatio N. (Whipple & Tower) h. 38 High 

Trainer John F., piper, res. Crescent, n. Main, E. P. 

Trenholm Harry W., engineer, h. 18 Tarbell, E. P. 

True Augustus L., teamster, res. Mill, E. P. 

Trumbul Daniel A. J., lather, res. Parker Hill, E. P. 

Tucker Charles A., carpenter, h. Heald 

Tucker EHzabeth H., res. Hollis, n. Groton, E. P. 

Tucker M. Eleanor, h. Heald, n. Bayberry 

Tucker vSarah B., h. Heald, n. Bayberry 

Tucker Sarah E. P., widow Samuel P., h. Main, opp. Cross, E. P. 

Tufts Elizabeth C, widow Theodore W., res. Charles Bancroft, 
E. P. 

Tulley Catherine E., student, res. 19 Prospect, E. P. 

TuUey Edward J., clerk, Romeo Blais, E. P., res. 19 Prospect, 
E. P. 

Tulley Margaret C, emp. C-I, res. 19 Pleasant, E. P. 

Tulley Patrick F., emp. N. R. P. Co., h. 19 Prospect, E. P. 

Tumpney Anna E., emp. P. C. & P. Co., res. Mill, E. P. 

Tumpney Julia M., emp. P. C. & P. Co., res. Mill, E. P. 

Tumpney Mary widow Matthew, res. Mill, E. P. 

Tumpney Maurice A., calender man, res. Mill, E. P. 

Tumpnev Richard J., papermaker, res. Mill, E. P. 

Tumpney Sarah C, emp. P. C. & P. Co., res. Mill, E. P. 

Tune John J., ass't electrician, h. 19 High, E. P. 

Turner George F., prin. High School, res. Edward Harmon 

Twiss Charles K., retired, h. Tucker av., E. P. 

Twitchell Arline, res. Dr. Frederick A. Davis 



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Upson Louis M., tel. op.-F. Div., B. & M. R. R., E. P., h. Hollis, 

n. Main, E. P. 
Urus Joseph, papermaker, b. Mill, E. P. 



Valentine Bridget, res. Shamrock, c. Tarbell, E. P 



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Wakefield Harold H., farmer, h. West, byd. Jewett; p. o. Town- 
send Harbor, R. F. D. 

Walker Elmer P., clerk, New Prescott Ho., E. P., b. do 

Wallace Beatrice B., student, res. Chapel pL, E. P. 

Wallace L. Belle, widow Edward L., clerk, A. A. Tarbell's, res. 
Chapel pi., E. P. 

Walton Catherine E., res. Mary L. Shattuck 

Ward Frank H., grocer. Main, c. Cross, E. P., res. Main, opp. 
High, E. P. 

Ward Jennie I., dressmaker. Main, opp. High, E. P., res. do 

Waterhouse Lewis, foreman, N. R. P. Co., h. 42 Main, E. P. 

Weatherbee Abbie S., housekeeper, William Durant, E. P. 

Weaver Adelbert H., paper cutter, h. Prospect, E. P. 

Webber Marion E., res. Chapel pi. E. P. 

WEBBER PUTNAM, REV., pastor M. E. Church, res. Chapel 
pi., E. P. 

Welch Belle, counter, b. Daniel Hynd, E. P. 

Welch Fred E., laborer, h. Groton, E. P. 

Welch Henry, papermaker, h. William 

Welch John, farmer, h. North; p. o, Paugus 

Welch Joseph A., laborer, res. John Welch; p. o. Paugus 

Welch Merritt, poultry raiser, Heald, c. Sheffield, h. do 

Welch Patrick, emp. N. R. P. Co., h. 14 Prospect, E. P. 

Welcome Lucy, widow Jerry, res. Groton, E. P. 

Welcome Ludger, laborer, res. Groton, E. P. 

Wells Charles H., retired, h. 4. High, E. P. 

Wells Ethel M., teacher Groton st. school, b. Henry V. Hovey 

Wentworth Harry A., engineer, N. R. P. Co., h. 20 Pleasant, E. P. 

West Agnes T., student, res. 35 Groton, E. P. 

West Anna N., emp. C-I, res. 35 Groton, E. P. 

West Bartholomew, laborer, h. 35 Groton, E. P. 

West Mary, widow Robert, res. Mill, E. P. 

West Mary A., paper cutter, res. Mill, E. P. 

West Stephen J., second hand, res. Mill, E. P. 

Weston David A., engineer, h. Pleasant, E. P. 

WESTON DAVID E., stove dealer, tinsmith, plumber, steam 
fitter. Mill c. Cottage, E. P., h. do (See p. 22) 

Whalen Edward, laborer, h. Tarbell, E. P. 

Whalen John P., papermaker, h. 10 Leighton, E. P. 

Whalen Patrick, papermaker, h. Tarbell, E. P. 

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Whalen Thomas, papermaker, h. Tarbell, E. P. 

Wheeler Charles S., painter, Lawrence; p. o. Townsend Harbor, 
R. F. D., h. do 

Wheelock Albert H., clergyman, h. Park 

Wheelock Dennis H., retired, h. Park 
• Whipple Horace I. (Whipple & Tower), res. Groton, E. P. 

Whipple & Tower (Horace I. Whipple and Horatio N. Tower), 
dry goods, boots, shoes, etc.. Main, E. P. 

Whitcomb Ernest, papermaker, b. Cottage, n. Mill, E. P. 

Whitcomb Leon A., sawyer, h. Sartelle 

White Florence G., stenog. P. C. & P. Co., b. Main, c. Mill, E. P. 

Whitehead Archibald B., engineer, N.'R. P. Co., res. Crescent, 
E. P. 

Whitehead Lucy, res. Crescent, E. P. 

Whitehead Olive L., paper sorter, res. Crescent, E. P. 

Whitehead William H., engineer, N. R. P. Co., res. Lowell, E. P. 

Whitney Ada E., dressmaker, res. Hollis, n. Cross, E. P. 

Whitney Charles, retired, h. Hollis, E. P. 

Whitney Frank, upholsterer, h. South, p. o. Groton, Mass. 

Whitney Susie M., housekeeper, 10 River, E. P. 

Whitton Benjamin F., retired, h. 19 High, E. P. 

Wick Hakan, teamster, h. Prospect, E. P. 

Wiley Annie C, widow James H., h. Elm, n. Main 

Wiley Annie G., stenog. res. Franklin, E. P. 

Wiley Franklin C, machinist, res. Mrs. Annie C. Wiley 

Wiley Helen M., dressmaker. Elm, n. Main, res. do 

Wiley Joseph A., janitor, res. Mrs. Annie C. Wile}^ 

Willey Celestine G., granite and marble, Groton, E. P., h. Frank- 
lin, E. P. 

Willey Henry A., granite worker, res. Mill, E. P. 

Willey J. Gardiner, granite worker, res. Franklin, E. P. 

Williams Charles R., yard man, res. J. Orrin Williams; p. o. E. P. 

Williams Charles T., shipper, N. R. P. Co., res. Lowell, E. P. 

Williams Erbert A., carpenter, h. 8 Park 

Williams Frank G.. machine hand, res. J. Orrin Williams; p. o. 
E. P. 

Williams George H., machine hand, res. J. Orrin Williams; p. o. 
E. P. 

Williams Gladys, res. 8 Park 

Williams Harry E., laborer, res. W. N. Mault, E. P. 

Williams Harry J., shoemaker, h. William 

Williams Jennie Mrs., h. Maple, c. Oak Hill 

Williams J. Orrin, yardman, h. Brookline, c. Park; p. o. E. P. 

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WILLIAMS LILLIAN MRS., Edison phonographs and records, 

musical instruments, sewing machines, Lowell, c. Railroad, 

E. P., h.'do (See front cover) 
Williams Lizzie E., res. J. Orrin Williams, p. o. E. P. 
Williams Louise H., milliner, Mrs. Mault, E. P., res. W N. 

Mault, E. P. 
Williams Luther H., farmer, Prescott, byd. Brookline; p. o. 

E. P., h. do 
Williamson John, papermaker, h. off Pleasant, E. P. 
Willoughby Emma F., housekeeper, Hollis, n. Groton, E. P. 
Willoughby Judson J., machinist, h. Tucker av., E. P. 
Willoughby Wallace J., machinist, res. Tucker, E. P. 
Wilson Albert H., engineer, P. C. & P. Co., res. River, E. P. 
Wilson Edward, papermaker, h. High, E. P. 
Wilson Herbert S., beater, res. Brookline, E. P. 
Wilson Lucius T., farmer, Townsend, n. Jewett, h. do 
Wilson Mary H., res. Charles H. Peck 
Winch Eva I., paper sorter, res. Franklin, E. P. 
Winch James F., carpenter, h. Franklin, n. Main, E. P. 
Winch Jennie A., widow George G., res. Main, n. Cross, E. P. 
Winn Betsey C, widow Henry C, h. Park, Hovey's cor. 
Winn Electa C, res. Park, Hovey's cor. 
Winn Sarah E., widow Charles H., h. Townsend 
WINSHIP ROBERT B., painter, Tarbell, E. P., res. Mill. c. 

Cross, E. P. (See p. 22) 
Withrow William D., laborer, res. Waldo Spaulding 
Witt Mary J., widow William T., res. Main, c. Foster, E. P. 
Wong Sam, laundry, Main, r. do 

Wood Albert, farm hand, res. Brookline, n. Prescott, E. P. 
Wood Alice H., clerk, res. Warren S. Wood 
Wood Frank, papermaker, b. Tucker, E. P. 
Wood Mary A., teacher. Main st. school, res. Warren S. Wood 
Wood Susie P., dressmaker. Main, res. do 
Wood Thomas, papermaker, h. Chase av., E. P. 
Wood Warren S., cemetery com., h. Main, opp. library 
Woods Frank A., poultry raiser, h. Townsend, n. Mason 
Woods W. Henry, former, Elm, n. Groton, h. do 
Woodward Addison, carpenter, h. 11 Park 
Woodward Alonzo S., retired, res. Mill, c. Nashua, E. P, 
Woodward Andrew J., retired, h. Park 

Woodward Arnold W., machinist, res. Groton, n. Hollis, F. P. 
Woodward Charles A., engineer, N. R. P. Co., res. Main, E. P. 
Woodward Clarence E., emp. C-I, b. Lowell, c. Railroad, E. P. 

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Woodward Emery E., farmhand, h. 72 Main, E. P. 

Worcester Frank T., harnessmaker, h. Bennett, E. P. 

Wright Aaron D., papermaker, b. 31 High, E. P. 

Wright Alvin W., farm hand, res. Brookhne, E. P. 

WRIGHT ARTHUR P., postmaster, E. P., P. 0. blk.. Main, 

E. P., h. Main, c. High, E. P. 
Wright Bessie J., tel. op.. Main, E. P., r. do 
Wright C. Robert, foreman, P. C. & P. Co., res. Tucker, c. Mill, 

F P 
Wright Edward, ass't supt. N. R. P. Co., h. 27 High, E. P. 
Wright Frank A., farmer, h. Hillside; p. o. Townsend Harbor, 

R. F. D. 
Wright George S., retired, res. Brookline, E. P. 
Wright Guy H., machine tender, h. 35 High, E. P. 
Wright Henry A., rural mail deliverer, E. P., res. Townsend 
Wright John H., sawyer, h. Park, n. Sartelle 
Wright Joseph J. H., h. Lawrence, n. town line; p. o., Brookline, 

N. H. 
WRIGHT SUSAN F., widow Benjamin E., res. Brookline, byd. 

R. R. bridge, E. P. 
Wyeth Sarah H., res. John G. Melendy 
Wylie Mary E., widow James, housekeeper, Hollis, E. P. 
Wysokinsky Alexander, papermaker, b. Parker Hill, E. P. 
Wysokinsky Hypolite, papermaker, b. Parker Hill, E. P. 



Young Herbert, papermaker, r. High, E. P. 



Zahn Frederick, gardener, h. 14 Townsend 

Zahn Harry F., watchman, N. R. P. Co., res. 14 Townsend 

Zahn Roy T., papermaker, b. 14 Townsend 



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Pepperell Business Directory. 



ARTESIAN WELLS— Gray James, Mason; STARR 
JAMES, Main, opp. library (See p. 23) 

AUCTIONEER— Lakin George L., 8 R. R. sq., E. P. 

BAKERS— Anderson Charles, P. O. blk.. Main, E. P. ; Ban- 
croft's Home Bakery, Main, E. P. 

BANK— FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF PEPPERELL, 
Main, c. Mill, E. P. 

BARBERS— Ballavance Paul, Main, E. P.; Dupree John C, 
New Prescott Ho., E. P.; Grenier Amos, Main, E. P. 

BICYCLE DEALERS— Dnnlap Fred J., Main, n. Foster, 
E. P. 

BILLIARD AND POOL ROOMS— Ballavance Paul, Main, 
E. P.; Mackay James, Groton, E. P. 

BLACKSMITHS— Fhnn Patrick W., off R. R. sq., E. P.; 
Pike Noah S., Main, opp. Cross, E. P.; PROVENCHER 
OLIVIER, Groton, n. covered bridge, E. P. (See p. 23) ; Sulli- 
van Patrick F., Townsend 

BOARDING HOUSES— Peck Charles H., (summer), Mt. 
Lebanon; Reed Elijah A., (summer), Mt. Lebanon; Sheehan 
Hannah F., 30 Leighton, E. P. 

BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS— CLEMENT ALMOND, 
Mill c. Groton, E. P. (See back cover) ; SWIFT GEORGE H., 
Tel exc. bid., Main, E. P. (See back cover) ; Whipple & Tower, 
Main, E. P. 

BOOT AND SHOEMAKERS— Boynton M. Luther, Town- 
send; Goodrow Charles S., R. R. sq., E. P. 

BOWLING ALLEYS— NEW PRESCOTT BOWLING AL- 
LEY, Hotel pi., E. P. (See front cover) 

BUILDERS— JORDAN GEORGE, Crescent, n. Cross, E. 
P. (See back cover) 

CARPENTERS— Brown Bros., Hollis, E. P.; Darling Al- 
fred K., Shirley ; Gillespie Willis W., South ; Jewett John B., 
Mill, c. Cottoge, E. P.; JORDAN GEORGE, Crescent, n. Cross, 
E. P. (See back cover) ; Lancey Edward W., 1(5 Foster, E. P.; 
Lawrence Americus Q.,^nd of High, E. P. 

CARRIAGE MAKER— PROVENCHER OLIVIER, Groton, 
n. covered bridge, E. P. (See p. 23) 

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CLOTHING DEALERS— Lane Bros., P. O. blk., Main, E. 
P.; SWIFT GEORGE H., Tel. Exc. bid.. Main, E. P., (See 
back cover) 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS— Dunn James E., at F. R. 
R. station. E. P.; ROWELL IRVING J., R. R. sq., E. P., (See 
p. 21) 

COATED PAPER MANUFACTURERS— PEPPERELL 
CARD AND PAPER CO., Mill, E. P. 

CONCRETE PAVERS— Deware & Jordan, Cross, c. Main, 
E. P. 

CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER— JORDAN GEORGE, 
Crescent, n. Cross, E. P. (See back cover) 

CONTRACTOR FOR WATER SUPPLY— STARR JAMES, 
Main, opp. library (See p. 23) 

CUTLERY (POCKET) MANUFACTURERS— Burkinshaw 
Knife Co., Sheffield 

DECORATOR— WINSHIP ROBERT B., Tarbell, E. P. (See 
p. 22) 

DENTISTS— Carter Raymond B., Hutchinson blk.; Gren- 
ache Claude A., ( over R. R. Sq. Drug Store, E. P. ; Howe Ed- 
ward I)., R. R. sq., E. P. 

DRESSMAKERS— Bates Mary E., Main, c. Franklin, E. P.; 
Colson Bertha C., West, c. Jewett, p. o. Townsend Harbor, 
R. F. D.; Dowling Elizabeth Mrs., 10 Cross, E. P.; Duggan 
Anastasia, 19 Leighton, E. P. ; Foley Mav E., Crescent, n. 
Main, E. P.; Ford Alice E., 44 Groton, E. P.; Hill Hattie F., 
10 High, E. P.; Tarbell Irene S., Brookline, E. P.; Ward Jennie 
I. Mrs., Main, opp. High, E. P.; Whitney Ada E., Hollis, n. 
Cross, E. P.; Wiley Helen M., Elm, n. Main; Wood Susie P., 
Main, opp. librarv 

DRY GOODS DEALERS— Lakin George L., 8 Railroad, 
E. P.; Tarbell Alden A., Main, E. P.; Whipple & Tower, Main, 
E. P. 

DRUGGISTS- CANNEY LYMAN. :Main, opp. High, E. P.; 
RAILROAD SQUARE DRUG STORE, Wm. H. Manslield, 
pro]>., R. R. s<j., E. P. 

EXPRESSES— American Express Co., Geo. V. Hevr.i,, 
agt.. Railroad, E. P.; National Express Co., Geo. V. Herrig, 
agt.. Railroad, E. P. 

FANCY (JOODS— Mault W. N. Mrs., R. R. sq.. E. P. 

FARMERS -IJancroft diaries 11.. Nashua, E. P.; Bancroft 
Samuel P, HoHis; p. o. Paugus; Blood Lyman C, Blood, E. P.; 
Blood John H., Mason; Bolles Charles M., Nashua, E, P.; 

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Burgess Asa S., Nashua, E. P. ; Chapman William A., Shir- 
ley; Cross Eobert, Rowell, E. P.; Denneu Charles A. & Son, 
Park; Dunbar Daniel A., Boynton; Gilson James H., Shirley; 
HARROD WILLIAM A., Nashua bel. Mill, E. P.; Hayes 
Thomas, South, p. o. Groton, Mass.; Hinckley Charles M., 
LaAvrence; Jewett Charles H., Jewett; Keith Burpee A., Law- 
rente, n. Oak Hill, p. o. Townsend Harbor, R. F. D.; KEMP 
PARKER J., Main, above schoolhouse; Kemp Sherman W., 
Hillside, p. o. Townsend Harbor, R. F. D.; Lakin Samuel H., 
Townsend ; Lawrence Jonathan A., Nashua, E. P. ; Lovejoy 
Daniel M., Harbor, n. Hillside; Maynard George W., South, 
p. o. Groton, Mass.; MERRILL OTIS A., Oak Hill, c. Boyn- 
ton, E, P.; Miller Elijah A., I'ark, n. Hovey's cor.; Parker 
Winslow S., Hollis, n.'Brookline, E. P.; Peck Charles H., Mt. 
Lebanon ; Phelps Brooks W., Nashua, E. P. ; Pierce Bros,, 
Pierce, E. P.; Richardson Edwin R., Jewett; ROWELL IRV- 
ING J., Hollis, c. Cross, E. P. (See p. 21) ; Ryan Frank R., 
Chestnut; Schottmiller Alden F., Mt. Lebanon; Shattuck 
George E., Nashua, E. P.; Smith Noah P., Jewett; Spaulding 
Charles A., River, n. Canal, E. P.; Spear David C, West; 
Wakefield Harold H., West; p. o. Townsend Harbor, R. F. D.; 
Williams Luther H., Prescott, p. o. E. P. ; Wilson Lucius T., 
Townsend, n. Jewett; Woods Henry, Elm byd. Shirley; 
Wright Frank A., Harbor, n. Hillside 

FARM MACHINERY— Blood Rupert L., Blood, E. P. 

FEED STORE— ROWELL IRVING J., R. R. sq., E. P. 
(See p. 21) 

FISH DEALERS— Frost & Reid, Canal, n. Main, E. P.; 
Sylvester Charles B., Main, E. P. 

FLORISTS— Bovnton Luther A. & Co., Park; FARNS- 
WORTH BERTHA M., Main, opp. library (See p, 23) 

FRUIT DEALERS— Calvi & Circone, Main, opp. Foster, 
E. P.; Scipione Ralph, Main, E. P. 

GARDENER— FLETCHER EUGENE F., Blood, n. Oak 
Hili; E. V. 

(U<:NERAL STORES— Hutchinson Charles D., 1 Townsend; 
Saunders A. J. & Son, Main, Saunders' cor., E. P.; Tarbell R. 
Ernest, ilain, E. P. 

GENTS' FURNISHINGS— SWIFT GEORGE H., Tel. Exc. 
bhl.. Mix'm, E. P. (See back cover) 

GRAIN, HAY, ET(\— Pierce George W., R! R. scj., E. P.; 
ROWELL IRVING J., R. R. sq., E. P. (See p. 21) 

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GRANITE AND MONUMENTS— Willey Celestine G., 
Groton, E. P. 

GRIST MILL— Parker Henry A. & Co., Groton, n. Mill, 

E. P. 

GROCERS— CLEMENT ALMOND, Mill, c. Groton, E. P. 
(See back cover) ; Haves Patrick J., R. R. sq., E. P.; Hudson 
Harriet B. Mrs., Main, c. Pleasant, E. P.; KNIGHTS OF 
LABOR CO-OPERATIVE ASS'N, R. R. sq., E. P. (See p. 23) ; 
NUTTING & JORDAN, Mill, c. Tucker, E. P.; Tarbell Ever- 
ett E., Groton, c. R. R. sq., E. P.; Ward Frank H., Main, c. 
Cross, E. P. 

HARDWARE DEALERS— Bennett Frank R. & Co., Main, 
Manlt William N., Tarbell's blk., R. R. sq., E. P. 

HARNESS MAKERS AND DEALERS— Harmon Edward 
F., Main, E. P. ; Lawrence Albert A., R. R. sq., E. P. ; Parker 
Charles S., Townsend 

HORSESHOER— PROVENCHER OLIVIER, Groton, n. 
covered bridge, E. P. (See p. 23) 

HOTEL— NEW PRESCOTT, THE, Thos F. Graham, prop., 
Groton, R. R. sq., E. P., (See front cover) 

ICE DEALER— Nokes Silas M., Lowell, opp. Tarbell, E. P. 

INSURANCE AGENTS— Boynton & Parker, R. R. sq., E. 
P.; Hutchinson Charles D., 1 Townsend; Kittredge Ingalls, 
(fire), Tarbell's blk.. Main, E. P. 

INSTALLMENT HOUSE— Barrv J. J. & Co., Main, E. P. 

JEWELER AND WATCHMAKER— Kemp ^Vjlliam A., 
Main, c. Foster, E. P. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Blood Lorenzo P., Bovnton 
John L., E. P.; Heald Charles G. ; Tarbell George., E. P. 

LATHER— Trumbul David A. J., Parker Hill, E. P. 

LAUNDRY— Lawrence Abby G., Mill, c. Main, E. P. 

LU^NfBER DEALERS— Blanchard & Co., cooperage stock, 
sawmill, (Avholesale), Wheeler, ]). o. Townsend Harbor, R. 

F. D.; Pierce George W., Railroad, E. P.; ROWELL IRVING 
J., R. R. sq., E. P. (See p. 21) ; Sartelle John F., Sartelle; 
Tarbell Ernest E., Main, c. Groton, E. P. 

:\rANTCiniE AND CHIROPODIST— Gutterson Harriet E. 
Mrs., Mnin c. Canal, E. P. 

MASONS— Bancroft George D., Townsend; GRAINGER 
GEOIUtI], Franklin, c. :Main, E. P.; McGinness John (stone 
and brick). Hotel pi., E. P.; Parker Charles S. (builder), 
Townsend 



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100 PEPPERBLL DIRECTORY. 

MILK DEALERS— Bradley William H., Townsend; Day 
George S., Park, n. Brookliue; Dennen Charles A. & Son, 
Park ; Kemp Andrew P., Shirley, c. Mt. Lebanon, E. P. ; Law- 
rence Jonathan A,, Nashua, E. P.; Legg Wesley E. A., Heald, 
c. Maple 

MILLINERS— Conant Caroline A. Mrs., Conant's blk.. 
Main, E. P. ; Mault W. N. Mrs., R. R. sq., E. P. 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS— WILLIAMS LILLIAN I. 
MRS., Lowell, c. Railroad, E. P. (See front cover) 

NEWSDEALER— Swasey Charles A., Main, E. P. 

NEWSPAPER— PEPPERELL ADVERTISER, weekly, 
Geo. M. Coffin, ed. and pub., 8 Pleasant, E. P. (See p. 22) 

NOTARY PUBLIC— Tarbell George G., R. R. sq., E. P. 

OPTICIANS— BABBITT CO., THE, 277 Main, Nashua, 
N. H., and 159 Merrimack, Lowell (See foot lines) 

PAINTERS — Chapman William E. (house and carriage), 
Shirley; Gaskill Melvin E., (paperer). Willow; Merrill Sam- 
uel R., Prescott, n. Brookline, p. o. E. P.; Shattuck William 
W., Hollis, E. P.; Stewart Alvaro C, Bovuton ; Wheeler 
Charles S,, Lawrence; WINSHIP ROBERT B., (house and 
carriage; and paper hanger), Tarbell, E. P. (See p. 22) 

PAPER MANUFACTURERS— Champion International 
Co., Groton, c. Lowell, E. P. ; NASHUA RIVER PAPER CO., 
Main, at the bridge, E. P.; Parker Henry A. & Co. (wrapping) 
Mill, c. Groton, E. P.; PEPPERELL CARD & PAPER CO., 
Mill, E. P. 

PAPER MACHINERY MANUFACTURER— Frossard 
John A., Brookline, E. P. 

PHONOGRAPHS AND RECORDS (EDISON)— WIL- 
LIAMS LILLIAN I. MRS., Lowell, c. Railroad, E. P. (See 
front cover) 

I'HOTOGRAPHER— Darling Leslie F., 23 Main, E. P. 

PHYSICIANS— Fletcher Samuel W., Main; HEALD 
CHARLES G., R. R. sq., E. P. (Office hours, 9-10 a. m., 2-3, 
7-8 p. m., except Sat. p. m. and Sunday) ; Heald William F., 
157 Main; Qua Lester R., Main, c. Hollis; Lovejov Fred W., 
4 High, E. P. 

PIANOS— WILLIAMS LILLIAN I. MRS., Lowell, c. Rail- 
road, E. P. (See front cover) 

PICTURE AND FRAME DEALER— Annis Jerry, Conant 
blk., :Main, E. P. 

PLUMBER— WESTON DAVID IJ., Mill, c. Cottage, E. P. 
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POULTRY RAISERS— BEAN LOUIS H., 11 Cross, E. P.; 
Elm Poultry Farm, Allen McElhinney, Wheeler; HARROD 
WILLIAM A., Nashua, bel. Mill, E. P.; Hobart Harrv F., 
Oak Hill, n. Boynton E/P.; MERRILL OTIS A., Oak Hill, c. 
Boynton, E. P., Miller Bros. Park, n. Hovey's cor. ; Richardson 
Leon P., Jewett; Stewart George H., Cranberry; Welch Mer- 
ritt, Heald, c. Sheffield 

PRESERVES, JELLIES, ETC.— STARR L. E., Main, opp. 
library (See p. 23) 

PRINTER— COFFIN GEORGE M., 8 Pleasant, E. P. (See 
p. 22) 

PROVISION DEALERS— Miller Bros., (cattle). Park, n. 
Hovey's cor.; NUTTING & JORDAN, Mill, c. Tucker, E. P.; 
Page Walter B., (butcher), Townsend; Perry Willis C, 
(butcher). North; p. o. Paugus 

REAL ESTATE AGENT— Tarbell George G., TarbelFs blk., 
R. R. sq., E. P. 

RESTAURANT— Ashton James, (lunch wagon), R. R. sq., 
E. P. 

SALOONS— New Prescott The, Groton, n. R. R. sq., E. P.; 
Reagan John F., Groton, n. R. R. sq., E. P.; Sullivan Michael 
H., 3 Tarbell, E. P. 

SANITARIUM— Cutter Retreat, Main, n. librarv 
SAW MILLS— Blanchard & Co., Wheeler, p. o.' Townsend 
Harbor, R. F. D. ; Kemp Andrew P., Shirley, c. Mt. Lebanon^ 
E. P.; McDonald William, (portable), Townsend 

SEWING MACHINES— WILLIAMS LILLIAN I. MRS., 
Lowell, c. Railroad, E. P. (See front cover) 

SPRING WATER— Pepperell Spring Water Co., Chestnut 
STABLES— Durant Elbert S., Heald; Goggin Edwin, Rail- 
road, E. P.; GRENACHE ELGIN S., 8 Railroad, E. P. (See p. 
21) ; Shattuck Louis P., Townsend, n. librarv 

STATIONERY DEALERS— Bennett Frank R. & Co., Main 
STEA]\[ FITTER, STOVE DEALER AND TINSMITH— 
WESTON DAVID E., Mill, c. Cottage, E. P. (See p. 22) 

TAILOR— MURRAY JOSEPH W., Lawrence blk., R. R. 
sq., E. P. (See front cover) 

TEACHERS OF MUSIC— Dow Ida E., 23 Main, E. P.; 
]\reriam INratilda A., Townsend; Thayer Anna M., 16 Pleasant, 
E. P. 

TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANIES— NEW 
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(See p. opp. title) ; Western Union Telegraph Co., at F. and 
W. N. P. stations, E. P. 

TEAMSTERS— Blood Edwin T., otf St. Anne, E. P.; Hamlet 
Charles G., Brookline, near R. R., E. P.; LaCourse Joseph G., 
St. Anne, E. P.; Lorden Jeremiah A., 21 Leighton, E. P.; Lor- 
den Timothy J., Tarbell, E. P.; Nokes Silas M., Lowell, opp. 
Tarbell, E. P. 

TINSMITH— WESTON DAVID E., Mill, c. Cottage, E. P. 
(See p. 22) 

UNDERTAKERS— Blood Rolan H., Elm,/n. Main; Har- 
mon & Mahonev, R. R. sq., E. P. 

VARIETY STORES— Beaulieu Clara H. Mrs., Main, E. P. ; 
Swasev Charles A., Tel. Exc. bid.. Main, E. P. 

VETERINARY SURGEONS— Davis Frederick A., Park; 
Harris E. Dyer, 170 Main 

WHEELWRIGHTS— Hamilton Frank, Main, n. Cross, E. 
P.; PROVENCHER OLIVIER, Groton, n. covered bridge, 
E. P. (See p. 23) 

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DUNSTABLE, MASS, 



■ In Middlesex count}', 33 miles northwest of Boston. Rail- 
road station, Dunstable. 18 miles north of Concord Junction and 
40 miles from Boston on Acton branch, Southern division, B. & 
M. R. R. The station of Tyngsboro on the main line of the 
Southern division is three miles east of Dunstable village, and this 
point also affords electric communication with the street rail- 
way system of eastern Massachusetts. The only postoffice is 
Dunstable, at the village. Town incorporated Oct. 16, 1673. 
Population, in 1905, 412. Agriculture is the chief pursuit, 
manufactures being confined to lumber and granite. No license. 

DUNSTABLE TOWN OFFICERS, 1907. 

Annual town meeting first Monday in April. 

Clerk — Arthur N. Hall. 

Selectmen — Lyman V. Parkhurst, Elfred D. Swallow, James 
H. Woodward. (Meet first Saturday of each month.) 

Auditors — George A. Glover, Henry J. ToUes. 

Treasurer — Dexter Butterfield. 

Collector of Taxes — Charles H. Dickinson. 

Assessors — Selectmen. 

Overseers of Poor — Selectmen. 

Constables — Herbert J. Swallow (civil), Charles A. Menut. 

Highway Surveyor — James A. Davis. 

Town House and Library Building Committee — Levi Law- 
rence, Dexter Butterfield, William P. Proctor. 

Park Commissioners — William P. Proctor, Levi Lawrence, 
James A. Davis. 

Board of Health — Selectmen, ex-officio. 

Tree Warden — James E. Kendall. 

Inspector of Animals — Harry S. Swallow. 

SCHOOL DEPARTMENT. 

Committee — Byron H. Brow, ch., Frank H. Sargent, James 
E, Kendall. 

SuPT. OF Schools — Frederick L. Kendall, Chelmsford, Mass. 

Union School — Pleasant st., Addie J. Parker, prin.; Mabel L. 
Parker. Mary H. Ort. 

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PUBLIC LIBRARY. 

Dunstable Free Public Library — Pleasant st. Hours, 
Wednesday, 2-3:30 p. m. and Saturday, 7-8:30 p. m. Mrs. 
Lizzie A. Swallow, librarian. Trustees: Augustus M. Rice, ch.; 
Martha J. Hall, sec; Lizzie A. Swallow. 

CHURCH. 

Evangelical Congregational — Main, c. Pleasant. Rev. Au- 
gustus M. Rice, pastor. Main st. Sunday services, 11 a. m. ; Sun- 
day school, 12:15 p.m. Prayer meeting, Thursday. 7:30 p. m. 

CEMETERIES. 

Commissioners— Dexter Buttterfield, Jonas C. Kendall, An- 
drew J. Gilson. 

Blood Cemetery, River st. 
Central Cemetery, Main, c. Westford sts. 
Meeting House Hill Cemetery, Main st. 
Swallow Cemetery, Brook st. 

David L. Darling, Supt. 

POST OFFICE. 

Dunstable, Main st. Mails arrive 10:05 a. m. and 5:45 p. m. 
Close, 7:50 a. m. and 3:30 p. m. George Butterfield, Postmaster. 



HALLS. 

Parker's Hall, Main st. 
Town Hall, Main st. 

DUNSTABLE STREET DIRECTORY. 

Bennett place, from Main to Charles B. Divoll's residence 
Blodgett, from Tyngsboro line to Tyngsboro line in east part of 

town near Horace N. Blodgett's 
Blodgett court, from Pond to John Z. Blodgett's 
Brook, from Depot near Alpheus Swallow place south over 

Barnes brook to Pleasant 
Common avenue, from Main to High, east side of the common 
Cross, from Pleasant near Parkhurst's saw mill to Groton near 



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Charles P. Smith's 
Curve, from Main to Fletcher, near No. 4 school house 
Depot, from Main near station past Alpheus Swallow place to 

Pleasant at the Hornbeam 
Fletcher, from Main at No. 4 school house past D. F. Rideout's 

to Hollis 
French, from Main past Wm. L. French's to Thorndike 
Forest, from Thorndike across Main audi Lowell to Forest Hill. 
French court, from Thorndike to residence of B. F. Dunn 
Groton, from Pleasant near Salmon brook past Charles P. 

Smith's and No. 3 school house to Groton line 
Hall, from Groton southerly past the Hall place to Groton line 
Hardy, from Thorndike near Paul Kelly's to Nashua, N.H., line 
High, from Main at the common north to Nashua, N. H., line at 

D. K. Glover's 
Hollis, from River at No. 5 school house past Charles E. TuUy's 

and Wm. Gardner's to Pleasant 
Kemp, from Groton line near Fitzpatrick place past Thomas 

Connolly's and Dennis Connolly's to Groton line 
Lowell, from Main easterly to Tyngsboro line 
Main, from Tyngsboro line through the village to Nashua, N. H., 

line 
Maple, from near northerly end of French to Tyngsboro line near 

Danforth place 
Mill, from Main at Andrew J. Gilson's past E. D. Swallow's mill 

to Main at No. 4 school house 
Oak, from Depot at Alpheus Swallow place north to Main at An- 
drew J. Gilson's 
Pine, from Thorndike to Tyngsboro line near Danforth place 
Pond, from Pleasant at Marietta Parker's past A. M. Kendall's 

to Tyngsboro line near Massapoag pond 
Pleasant, from Main at Cong, church past Woodward's pond and 

Parkhurst's saw mill to Pepperell line 
River, from Nashua, N. H., line near John Ingall's past Freeman 

L. Robbin's to Pepperell line 
School, from Groton to Fall 
Spaulding's court, from Pleasant at Parkhurst's saw mill to John 

N. Payne's 
Thorndike, from High at 0. D. Kimball's to Main at Pago farm 
Wcstford, from Main at C(Mitral cemoiory southerly to Tyngs- 
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Woods court, from Pleasant to residence of Sumner Woods 



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A 

Allen Cyrus E., farmer, Main, h. do. 
Avard Edward, laborer, h. Pleasant 

B 

Bahsler Arthur, farm hand, res. Karl Bahsler 

Bahsler Karl, farmer. Forest, h. do. 

Baird Thomas P., farmer, Lowell, h. do. 

Blodgett John Z., farmer, Pond, h. do. 

Blodgett Mary E., widow George Z., res. John Z. Blodgett 

Blodgett William F., machinist, h. Pond 

BROW BYRON H., general store, Main, h. High (See p. 2S) 

Brow Wesley E., clerk, B. H. Brow, res. do. 

Bumford Charles A., laborer, h. Main 

Burlind Oscar Mrs., widow, res. Peter Ekstrom 

Butterfield Alice L., res. Dexter Butterfield 

Butterfield Asa T., farmer, Main, h. do. 

Butterfield Dexter, farmer, Pleasant, h. do. 

Butterfield George, postmaster, Main, h. Pleasant 

Butterfield L. Ardena, dressmaker, res. George Butterfield 

Butterfield Mary Jane, res. Asa T. Butterfield 



Chaney Caroline, widow Thomas F., res. Charles G. Sargent 
Chaney Charles L., farmer, Depot, h. do. 
Chapman Frank, farmer. River, h. do. 
Chartier Arthur, farmer. Main, h. do. 

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Chartier Hector, farm hand, res. Main 

Chartier Jacques, farmer and milk dealer. Main, h. do. 

Clark William H., teamster and farmer. Pleasant, h. do. 

Connolly Dennis, farmer and milk dealer, Kemp, h. do. 

Connolly Joseph F., farm hand, res. Kemp 

Connolly Thomas, farmer, Kemp, h. do. 

Connors Edmund, farmer, Hardy, h. do. 

Connors James S,, farmer, Westford, h. do,. 

Coulter Allen, (Wm. P. Proctor Co.), res. West Windham, N. H. 

Cummings Eugene B., teamster, Lowell, h. do. 



Darling David L., farmer, Main, h. do. 

Darling Mary G., res. David L. Darling 

Davis James A., farmer, Pleasant, h. do. 

Davis Laura A., widow, res. Arthur N. Hall 

Davis L. May, dressmaker, res. James A. Davis 

DeRocher George E. Mrs., res. Kemp 

DeShaino John, laborer, h. Main 

Dickinson Charles H., farmer, Main, h. do. 

Dickinson Susie, res. Charles H. Dickinson 

Dismarias Philip, farmer. Hardy, h. do. 

Divoll Charles B., janitor, h. Main 

Dixon James, retired, h. Main 

Downing James L., retired, h. Main 

Downs William H., retired, h. Groton, p. o. Groton, R. F. D. 

Dunn Bartholomew F., farmer, French court, h. do. 

Durgin Frederick M., station and Am. exp. agt., h. Main 



Ekstrom Peter, farmer. Main, h. do. 
Emerson Jennie E., res. Pleasant, p. 



p. o. Groton, R. F. D. 



Fillebrown Eugene P., section hand, ii. Fletcher 
Flanders Frank W., farmer, Hall, p. o. Groton, R. F. D., h. do. 
Fletcher Fred A., farm hand, res. John F. Fletcher 
Fletcher John F., farmer, Pleasant, h. do. 

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Fletcher Llewellyn O., laborer, h. Pond 

Fletcher Maria S., widow, res. Marietta Parkhurst 

French William L., farmer, French, h. do. 



Gardner John N., farm hand, res. Hollis 

Gardner Lanra C, widow, res. Hall, p. o. Groton, R. F. D. 

Gardner Thomas, farm hand, res. Hollis 

Gardner William, farmer, Hollis, h. do. 

Gardner William, jr., farm hand, res. Hollis 

Gilson Andrew J., farmer. Oak, h. do. 

Gilson Jerome F., farmer, Main, h. do. 

Gilson Mary, housekeeper, Lyman V. Parkhurst 

Glover Charles D., farmer, High, h. do. 

Glover David K., farmer. High, h. do. 

Glover George A., farmer. High, h. do. 

Goodhue Lettie W., (Wm. P. Proctor Co.,) bookkeeper, res. 

Wm. P. Proctor 
Gregoire Abel, laborer, h. Groton 



H 



HALL ARTHUR N., farmer and town clerk. High, h. do. 
Heany William, foreman Hosford farm, Forest, res. do. 
Hosford Arthur H., farmer, Forest h. do. 



K 



Kelly Bessie, res. Paul Kelly 

Kelly Paul, farmer, Thorndike, li. do. 

Kendall Almond M., farmer. Pond, h. do. 

Kendall Anna L., music teacher, res. JonasC. Kendall 

Kendall Carrie E., res. James E. Kendall 

Kendall Herbert M., farmer, Pond, h. do. 

Kendall James E., farmer. Forest, h. do. 

Kendall Jonas C, farmer. Forest, h. do. 

Kimball Origen D., farmer. High, h. do. 

Kimball Willis E., farmer, High, h. do. 

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Lacrosse George, farmer, Forest, h. do. 

Lancev Fred, farm hand, res. Sumner Woods, p. o. Grolon, 

R. F. D. 
Langley Joseph F., laborer, h. Westford 
Lawrence Levi, retired, h. Pleasant 

LeMay Granite Co., (Leon LeMay), granite works, Flat Rock Hi] 
LeMay Leon, (LeMay Granite Co.), h. Ledge 
Liberty Saul, inventor, h. Main. 
Loop Herbert E., m.ail carrier, h. Pleasant 



M 



McGilvary George, laborer, h. Main 
Menut Charles A., farmer, Fletcher, h. do. 
Menut Isabel, student, res. Charles A. Menut 
Menut Jennie B., teacher, res Charles A,. Monut 
Merrill Frederick L, farmer, French, h. do. 
Moody Wedgewood N., farm hand, h. Forest 

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Ogilvie Charles M., farm hand, Arthur N. Hall, res do. 
Ort Mary H., teacher, LTnion school, b. Herbert E. Loop 
Osgood M. M. Mrs., widow, res. Wm. P. Proctor 



Parker Addie J., prin. Union school, 1). A. W. Swallow 

Parker L. Herman, retired, h. Main 

Parker Mabel L., teacher, Union school, res. L. Herman J'arkcn- 

Parkhurst Angle, widow Owen A., h. Pleasant 

Parkhurst Burtiz E., sawyer, h. Pleasant, p. o. Grolon, R. F. 1). 

Parkhurst Hannah M., res. Pond 

Parkhurst Jacob, farmer Mill, h. do. 

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Parkhurst Lyman V. farmer, Mill, h. do. 

Parkliurst Marian, res. Charles A. Menut 

Parkhurst Marietta M., h. Pleasant 

Payne Fred S., farmer, Pond, h. do. 

Payne John N., retired, h. Pleasant, p. o. Groton, R. F. D. 

Prescott Charles A., farmer. Pleasant, h. do., p. o. Groton, 

R. F. D. 
Proctor Celinda W., widow Z. P., res. Wm. P. Proctor 
Proctor William P., (Wm. P. Proctor Co.), h. Main 
Proctor William P. Co.,(Wm. P. Proctor, Allen Coulter, Lettie 

W. Goodhue), lumber mfrs. and dealers, Main 

R 

Rice Augustus M., pastor Cong, church, h. Main 

Rice William A., laborer, h. Fletcher 

Rideout David F., farmer, Fletcher, h. do. ^ 

Robbins Freeman L., farmer, River, h. do. 

Roberts Walter D., farmer. Main, h. do. 



Sargent Charles G., painter, Pleasant, h. do. 

Sargent Frank H., (Sargent Ice Co.), teamster. Main, h. do 

Sargent Ice Co., (Frank H. Sargent), ice dealers, Main 

Searles George M., laborer, h. Main 

Smith Charles P., farmer, Groton, p. o. Groton, R. F. D., h. do 

Stancombe James, section boss, B. & M. R. R., h. Main 

Stephens George W., farmer, Thorndike, h. do. 

Swallow Archie W., farmer, Main, h. do. 

Swallow Clara, widow James M., res. Main 

Swallow Elfred D., grist and saw mill, ins. agt., and farmer, Mill, 

h. do. 
Swallow Frances E., widow Daniel, res. Elfred D. Swallow 
Swallow Harry S., farmer. Depot, h. do. 
Swallow Herbert J., farmer. Depot, h. do. 



Taylor Stephen F., laborer, h. River 
Tetro A. J., granite works, Flat Rock hill 

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Terrell Harry R., farmer, River, h. do. 

Tolles C. Mortimer, farmer, Kemp, h. do., p,.o. Groton, R. F. D. 

Tolles Edla, widow Franklin N., res. Kemp, p. o. Groton, R. F. D. 

Tolles Henry J., farmer. Forest, h. do. 

Tiilly Chrles E., farmer, Hollis, h. do. 

Tully Fletcher W., laborer, h. Hollis / 

Tully George E., laborer, h. Hollis 

Tully Henry L., farmer, Hollis, h. do. 

Tully Herbert R., florist, Hollis, h. do. 



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Upton Charles B., mechanic and musician, h. Lowell 
Urcjuhart Matthew, foreman, Frank Parker, res. do. 

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Weeks Lucy E., widow, res. Frank E. Wilson 

Whitcomb Mary F., h. Pleasanet 

Willey Samuel E., ice dealer, Massapoag pond 

Willis George O., farmer, Pond, h. do. 

Wilson Frank E., stationary engineer, h. Westford 

Woods Sumner, farmer, Woods court, p. o. Groton, R. F. D., h. 
do. 

Woodward James C, (J. C. Woodward & Son), retired, h. Pleas- 
ant 

WOODWARD J. C. & SON, (James C. and Leroy C), black- 
smith , Pleasant, (See p. 28) 

Woodward James H., poultry raiser, Pleasant, h. do. 

WOODWARD LEROY C.', (J. C. Woodward c^- Son), li. 
Pleasant 



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Dunstable Business Directory. 



BLACKSMITHS— WOODARD J. C. <k SON, Pleasant (See 
p. 28) 

DRESSMAKERS— Butterfieia L. Ardena, Pleasant; Davis L. 
May, Pleasant 

EXPRESS COMPANY— American Express Co., B. & M. depot 

FARMERS— (See resident directory) 

FLORIST— Tully Herbert R., Hollis 

GENERAL STORE— BROW B. H. ,Main (See p. 28) 

GRANITE WORKS— LeMay Granite Co., Flat Rock hill; 
Tetro A. J., Flat Rock hill 

GRIST MILL— Swallow Elf red D., Mill 

ICE DEALERS— Sargent Ice Co., Main; Willey Samuel E., 
Massapoao; pond 

INSURANCE AGENT— Swallow Elfred D., Mill, 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Butterfield Dexter; HALL 
ARTHUR N.; Kendall Jonas C.,; Proctor William P. 

LUMBER MFRS. AND DEALERS— Proctor William P. Co., 
Main 

MILK DEALERS— Chartier Jacques, Main; Connolly Dennis, 
Kemp 

OPTICIANS— BABBITT CO., THE, 277 Main, NASHUA, 
N. H., and 159 Merrimack, Lowell (See foot lines) 

PAINTERS— Sargent Charles G., Pleasant; WOODWARD J. 
C. c"(: SON. (carriage). Pleasant (See p. 28) 

POULTRY RAISERS— Glover George A., High; Wood- 
ward James H., Pleasant 

SAW MILLS— Pierce George W., Pleasant; Swallow Elfred D., 
Mill 
TEACHER OF MUSIC— Parker Mabel L., Main 

TEAMSTERS— Clark William IL, Pleasant; Sargent Frank 
H., Main 

TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANIES— NEW 
ENGLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH CO. (See p. 30); 
Western Union Telegrapli Co., B. & M. station 

VINEGAR MFR.— Kimball Origen D., High 



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SHIRLEY, MASS, 



In Middlesex county, 40 miles northwest of Boston and ten 
miles east of Fitchburg on Fitchburg division, B. tV- M. R. R. 
The Fitchburg & Leominster Street Railway, from Fitchburg to 
Ayer, runs through the village thus making electric communica- 
tion with all surrounding cities. The postoffices are Shirley, 
and Shirley Center, a village to the north of the railway lines. 
Shirley is the seat of the C. A. Edgarton Mfg. Co., makers of the 
President suspenders; and contains a variety of other smaller 
manufacturing plants. The town was incorporated Jan. 5, 1753. 
Population, in 1905, 1692. 

SHIRLEY TOWN OFFICERS. 1907. 

Clerk — Herman S. Hazen. 

Selectmen — Edward J. Stevens, George W. Elv, William H.. 
Wilbur. 

Assessors — Frank R. Hardon, Francis E. Merriman, Savillion 
W. Longley. 

Overseers of Poor — John E. L. Hazen Mehin W. Long- 
ley, M. Andrew Lynch. 

Constables — Herbert E. Lawrence, John H. Logue. 

Treasurer — Herman S. Hazen. 

Tax Collector — William H. Cram. 

Tree Warden — John E. L. Hazen. 

Auditors — George E. Harlow, Joseph H. McClellan. 

Registrars of Voters — J. Edwin Pomfret, Michael F. Day. 
Fred Simonds. 

Board of Health — Lewis L. Warren, Dr. Thomas E. Lillv, 
William H. Wilbur. 

Street Commissioner — John M. Adams. 

Water Commissioners — Fred D. Weeks, eh., Hiomas L. 
Hazen, James P. Tolman. 

Cattle and Milk Inspector — Samuel B. Scott. 

FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

Headcpiarters, Engine House, c. Main st. and Laii('ast''r and 
Leominster rds. 



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Chief Engineer, Thomas E. Burrill: Thomas J. Gately and 
Willard G. White, ass'ts. 

Engine Company, Shirley, No. 1, meets monthly. Charles J. 
Stebbins, foreman; Lester E. Fitts, Edward A. Foster, ass'ts; 
John M. Leopold, clerk; Joseph Allen, steward 

FIRE ALARM SIGNALS for fires in Shirley are given by the 
whistle of the C. A. Edgarton Mfg. Co., as follows: 

Dist. No. 1, all west of stone arch bridge and south of Catacu- 
nemaiig brook, 8 short, 1 long 

Dist. No. 2, all east of stone arch bridge and south of the rail- 
road tracks, 8 short, 2 long 

Dist. No. 3, all north of the railroad tracks, 8 short, 3 long 

For brush fires, when dwellings are in danger, short whistles; 
ordinary brush fires, alarms from the church and factory bells. 

SCHOOL DEPARTMENT. 

Committee — Charles K. Bolton, ch., W. H. Wilbur, sec, 
Helen M. Winslow 

SuPT. OF Schools — Charles L. Clay, (Harvard, Mass.) 
Truant Officers — O. W. Balcom, W. E. Barnard 
High School, Church st., A. LeRoy Williams, prin.; Center 
School, Parker rd. Julia M. Pike, Alice M. Morey; Grammar, 
Delia S. Doane;Intermediate, Ida A. Hartwell; 1st. Primary, 
Lura A. White, 2nd. Primary, Flora A. Brigham; 3rd. Primary, 
Nellie F. Cronin. Emil}^ L. Haines, supervisor of drawing; 
Nettie L. Green, supervisor of music 

CHURCHES. 

Congregational — Church st. Org. 1828. Rev. Allen A. 
Bronsdon, pastor; Walter Knowles, supt. S. S. Sunday services, 
10:45 a. m.; Sunday school, noon; Y. P. S. C. E. 7 p. m. Prayer 
meeting, Friday, 7:30 p. m. 

Ladies' Circle meets each Wednesday 

Episcopal Mission Chapel — (summer), Shirley Center 

First Parish (Unitarian) — Shirley Center, org. 1753. Sup- 
plied. Sunday ser^•ices at 11a. m. ; Sunday school, noon. Kate 
E. Hazen supt. 

The Shirley First Parish Branch Alliance, org. Jan. 1906, 
meets rlternstc Thursdays, 2:30 p. m. Mrs. Mary W. Hazen, 
pres., Miss Bessie V. Farnsworth, sec. 

Free Baptist — Chapel st. Willard L. Pratt, pastor (New- 
ton Center, Mass.) ; Alfred E. Jenner, supt. S. S. Sunday 
scrA'ices, 10:45 a. m. ; Sunday sciiool, 11 :45 a. m.; evening, 7 p. m. 
Prayer meeting, Friday, 7:30. 

Ladies' Aid Society, meets first Wednesdays at vestry. Katie 
R. Hatch, pres.; Clara Peneseau, sec. 

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Shakers, Wilds rd. — Elder Joseph Holden, trustee and min- 
ister 

St. Anthony's French Catholic, — Ph(}enix st. Rev. Joseph 
Hector Cote, pastor. Sunday services, 8 and 10:30 a. m.; Sun- 
day school, 2 p. m.; vespers, 3 p. m. 

Universalist — Lancaster av. Rev. C. A. Knickerbocker, 
pastor. Mrs. Lydia R. Binney, supt. S. S. Sunday service, 10 
a. m.; Sunday school, 11a. m. 

CEMETERIES. 

Center Cemetery, Shirley Center — Commissioners, Melvin 
W. Logley, J. Fred Brown, Herman S. Hazen 

Village Cemetery, Lancaster rd. — Commissioners, D. Chester 
Parsons, John E. L. Hazen, J. Fred Brown 

PUBLIC LIBRARY. 

Lancaster rd. Est. 1885. About 4000 volumes. Trustees: 
William H. Wilbur, Mrs. Martha J. Conant, Charles K. Bolton, 
Mrs. Mary M. Nickless, George O. Evans, Mabel G. Hazen. Mrs. 
Alice L, Wright, librarian. 

CLUBS AND FRATERNAL ORDERS. 

Altrurian Club of Shirley,- org. 1893. Meets alternate 
Thursdays. Mrs. Martha J. Conant, pres.; Mrs. Mary M. Nick- 
less, sec. Colors, white and blue 

A. O. U. W.— Org. 1893. Meets second and fourth Thursdavs 
in I. 0. 0. F. hall. John W. Slocum, M. W.; Walter Knowles, 
rec. sec. 

I. 0. O. F.— Meets in Odd Fellows' hall. George F. Buxton, 
N. G.; George A. Balch, sec. 

I. O. 0. F., Mary A. Livermore Rebekah Lodge, No. 120. — 
Org. 1906. Meets in Odd Fellows hall, second and fourth Fri- 
<lays. Mrs. Ida M. Warren, N. G.; Miss Ida Hartwell, sec. 

POSTOFFICES. 

Shirley. I)e])ot s(|. Hours, 7 a. m. to S ]). m. .Mails avri\'(\ 
7; 8:15; 9:17; a. m. and 1:02; 1 :4G; 3:54; 4:2S; and 6:17 ]). m. 
Mails close, 7:30; 8; 9; a. m. and 1:30; 3:30; 4:15; 5:45; and 
7:45 p. m. Mrs. Kate E. Hazen, Postmaster. 

Shirley Center, Center rd. Mails close, 7 and S ; 30 
a. m. From May 1 to Oct. 31 close, 3 and 4:30 p. m.; arriM\ 
4:30 and 5 p. m. John W. Farrar, Postmaster. 

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:- . 277 Main St., •' "' i59 Mernmack St., 

Without extra charge. Write us 

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Walker Pond Ice Delivered as Ordered TOWNSEND, 
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INCORPORATED COMPANIES. 

The C. a. Edgarton Mfc;. Co., Looniinster rd. Inc. 1892. 
Mfrs. of suspenders and garters. C. Fred Edgarton, pres. and 
treas.; Francis H. S. Hyde, vice.-pres.; Mrs. H. W. Evans, sec. 

Forest Hooper Company, Main, opp. R. R. station. Inc. 
1905. Plumbers, .steam fitters, sheet metal workers, etc. Forest 
Hooper, pres,; George W. Day, treas.; Charles E. Perrin, sec. 

Sampson Cordage Works, Shaker rd. Inc. 1888. Capital, 
$300,000. Mfrs. solid braided cords and cotton twines. James 
P. Tolman, ])res,; Herl)ert G. Pratt, treas.; Newton Wilson, supt. 

SHIRLEY STREET DIRECTORY. 

Ballon avenue, off Catacuncmaug rd. 

Benjamin road, from Main north to Hazen rd. 

Brook, from Main near stone bridge west to the dam at Ballou's 

mill 
Brown road, from Shirley common south to Hazen rd. S. and S. C. 
Catacunemaug road, from Leominster rd. north across F. R. 

R. towards reservoir 
Center road, from Shirley common south to Main near stone 

bridge, S. and S. C. 
Chapel, from Mill east across Phoenix to Shaker rd. 
Church, from Front, opp. R. R. south to school house 
Clapp road, from Going rd. south to Lunenburg town line 
Clark road, from Main northwest to Hazen rd. 
Davis, from Center rd. east to Main 
Depot square, around R. R. station 
Firmin road, from Clark rd. east to Peabody rd. 
Fredonian, from Main southeast to Phoenix bridge 
Front, from Main east to Frost rd. 
Frost road, from Front east to old Frost place 
Garrison road, from Townsend rd. north to old Kezar place 
Going road, from Great rd. west to Lunenburg town line 
Gordon road, from Holden rd. west to Lunenburg town line 
Great road, from Aver town line at Nashua River bridge west to 

Farnsworth mill, thence north to Lunenliurg town line 
Green lane, from Parker rd. east to Great rd. 
Groton road, from (iroton town line at bridge over Scjuannacook 

River west to Lunenburg town line 
Harris road, from Hazen rd. north to Great rd. 
Harvard road, from Lancaster rd. southeast to Lancaster town 

line 
Haskell, from Ilarv ard rd. across Lancaster rd. to Leominster rd. 
Hazen road, from Holden rd. east to Great rd. near Old Red mill 

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SHIRLEY DIRECTORY. 117 



Holden road, from Center rd. northwest to Whitney rd. 

Horse Pond road, from Shirley common east to Great rd. 

Jenkins road, from Lawton rd. east to Kittredge rd. 

King road, from Center road north to Whitney rd. 

Kittredge road, from Great rd. north to Lawton rd. 

Lancaster road, from stone bridge south to Lancaster town hne 

Lawton road, from Great rd. north to Groton rd. 

Leominster road, from Lancaster rd. west to Lancaster .town hne 

Line road, from Going rd. to Great road. 

Little Turnpike, from Great rd. west to Lunenburg town line 

Longley road, from Great rd. north to Groton rd. 

Lovers' lane, from Clark rd. east to Pine plain 

Lunenburg road, from Holden rd. west to Lunenburg town line 

Main, from stone arch bridge east across F. R. R. to A^^er town 

line at Nashua River bridge 
Maple from Haskell south to South 

Mill, from Front opp. R. R. station, south to Fredonian 
Mount Henry road, from Catacunemaug rd. west to Lunenburg 

town line 
Muljius road, from Groton rd. west to Lunenburg town line 
Munson evenue, from Center rd., near the Munson place 
Nashua, from Shaker rd. to Rodman a v. 
Page, from Mill above Fredonian 
Parker rd., from Shirley common north to Great rd. 
Patterson road, from Clark rd. south to Main 
Peabody road, from Clark east to Main 

Phoenix, from Front south to Fredonian at Phoenix bridge 
Plain road, from Walker northwest to Horse Pond rd. 
Pond road, from Catacunemaug rd. north to Gould's mill 
Porter, from Front across Chapel to Page 
Rodman avenue, from Shaker rd. to Nashua 
Shaker road, from Phoenix bridge south to Harvard rd. 
South, from Harvard rd. across Lancaster rd. 
Spaulding road, from Townsend rd. northwest to Townsend 

town line 
Scjuannacook road, from Townsend rd. east to Groton rd. 
Town Meeting road, from Townsend rd. west to house of Joseph 

P. Thom])son 
Townsend road, from Givat rd. north to Town-^ond town lino 
\'alley road, from Center rd. ()i)p. C. K. liolton's to Iv S. Tarker's 
Walker road, from Hazen rd. southwest to Main 
Warren road, from Hazeii rd. north to Warren place- 
Washinglon, from Front to Cha])el 
Wliitncv road, from Shii'ley coininoii northw(>st to Lun(Md)urg 

town line 
Wilds road, from Shaker rd. soutli to Lancaster town line 



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SHIRLEY DIRECTORY. 

For abbreviations, see page 49. 

Special Abbreviations: — corp., corporation; E. Mfg. Co., C. A. Edgarton Mfg. Co.: 
S., Shirley; S. C, Shirley Center; S. C. Works, Sampson Cordage Works. 



A 

Adam.s Albert, retired, h. Center rd. 

Adams Asa, watchman, h. Clark rd. n. Peabody rd. 

Adams Ellen J., widow John L., res. N. R. Graves 

Adams George A., flagman, h. Firmin rd. 

Adams George H., farmer, h. Squannacook rd. 

Adams John M., road commissioner, h. Chapel, n. Porter 

Albert Richard, laborer, h. Fredonian 

Allen Clementine M., res. Elmer H. Allen 

Allen Elmer H., office mgr. E. Mfg. Co., h. Harvard rd. 

Allen John, farm hand, res. Mrs. Mary F. Nutting 

Allen Joseph, weaver, h. Front, n. Phoenix 

Allen Joseph A., clerk, Conant Bros, ct Co., res. Joseph Allen 

Allen W. Lloyd, student, res. Elmer Allen 

Andrews Charles H., farmer, h. Groton rd. n. Garrison rd. 

Andrews Daniel W., laborer., res. Charles H. Andrews 

Andrews Orsamas W., farmer, h. Groton rd. 

Annis Albe L., drawer in. h. Mill, n. post-office 

Aver Jennie, widow Frank P.. h. Mt. Henry rd. 

Ayers John C, h. Shirley common, c. Brown rd., S. C. 

B 

Badstubner Henry R., clerk, E. Mfg. Co., res. Richard Badstub- 
ner 

Badstubner I'aula, warper, res. Richard Badstubner 

l^adstnbner Richard, weaver, h. Leomintser rd. 

Baker p]ddie S., j)ress worker, h. Da^■is, c. Center rd. 

Balch George W., foreman, E. ^Ifg. Co., li. Fronts opp. R. R. sta- 
tion 

Balch Lucena O., widow Charles C.. li. I'^ront, c. Main 

Balcom Henry T., retired, h. Main. bcl. PxMijaniin's crossing 

Balcom Ida J., re... Henry T. lialcom 

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Flowers Furnished at Short Notice TOWNSEND, 
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Balcom Oliver W., school janitor, h. Main, n. R. R. station 
Ballon Gilbert M., lumber, wood, hay and j^rain dealer, Leomin- 
ster rd. n. bridge, h. Maple, n. I. O. O. F. hall 
Ballou Hosea, retired, res. Gilbert M. Ballon 
Ballon Verne L., electrical engineer, h. Maple, n. Haskell 
Balski John, braider, h. 4 Phoenix corp. 
Bangs Harry O., weaver, b. Barney J. Bodah 
Banks Annie 1., widow Thomas L., h. Main, c. Fredonian 
Barnard Harry P., weaver, h. Harvard rd. n. cemetery 
Barnard William E., farmer, h. Parker rd., p. o. S. C. 
Barry Annie M., warper, tender, b. 13 Phoenix corp. 
Bartlett Daniel, farmer, h. Clark rd., n. Patterson rd. 
Barton James A., farm hand, res. James H. Barton 
Barton James H., laborer, h. Brown rd. 
Bastein Adolphus, laborer, h. Leominster rd. 
Bastein Adolphus, jr., weaver, res. Adolphus Bastein 
Bastein Arthur, operative, res. Adolphus Bastein 
Bastein Aura, suspender maker, b. Napoleon Gagnon 
Batherick Edmund, retired, h. Clark rd., n. Firmin rd. 
Beach Isley, leather chopper, res. Jacob C. Beach 
Beach Jacob C, carpenter, h. Harvard rd., abv. cemetery 
Beal Laura P., res. Shaker village 

Benjamin Charles, farm hand, res. Hazen rd., n. Benjamin rd. 
Benjamin Mary H., widow Sidney W., h. Chapel., n. Porter 
Biedman Ella M. Mrs., res. Sidney Carter, p. o. S. C. 
Binney Benjamin S., retired, h. Mill, n. postoffice 
Bissette Arthur, leather cutter, h. Fredonian 
Blair William G., basket maker, h. Hazen rd. 
Blood Lucy A. Mrs., housekeeper. John Farmer 
Bodah, see Bsaudin 

Bodah Barney J., weaver, h. Front, n. R. R. station 
Bodah Nelson, teamster, h. Lancaster rd., abv. South 
Bodah Samuel, weaver, h. Pha?nix, n. Fredonian 
Bohanon John, carpenter, res. Homer P. Holden 
BOLTON (CARLES K., hbrarian (10^ Beacon, Boston), h- 

Center rd. 
liooth I^ucy A., widow Charles A., li. Leoininstor rd. 
Bosley Marie Louise Mrs., b. 9 Fredonian 
liosley Spear, laborer, b. 9 Fredonian 
Boucher Alexcina, housekeeper, res. 2 Shaker rd. 
Boucher Fxilda, buckler, res. 2 Shaker rd. 
lioucher Francois, spinner, h. Shaker rd. 
JJoucher Pierre J., lal)orer, b. 2 Shaker rd. 



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and your neighbors with lenses quickly and 

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120 SHIRLEY DIRECTORY. 

Boucher Pierre S., press worker, h. 2 Shaker rd. 
Boulanger Clara L., stitcher, b. Roclolph Pointbriand 
Bourgeois Dominic, finisher, h. Nashua, n. Shaker rd. 
Burgeois Enes, suspender maker, h. 3 Fredoniau 
Bouraseau Nelson, laborer, h. Fredonian, bel. power ho. 
Bowthorpe Samuel T., dentist and gardener, Groton rd., h. do 
Bridgman Howard A., Rev., editor, (14 Beacon, rm. 803, Boston) 

h. Center rd. p. o. S. C. (summer res.) 
Brigham Flora E., teacher, primary school, h. Center rd., n. 

Main 
Brill William, farm hand, h. Lancrster rd., abv. South 
BROCK ELM AN BROS. (Henry W. and Frank C.) druggists 

and fruit dealers. Main, opp. Center rd. (See p. 27) 
BROCKELMAN FRANK C. (Brockelman Bros.) b. Main, opp. 

Center rd. 
BROCKELMAN HENRY W. (Brockleman Bros.) h. Main, opp. 

Center rd. 
Bronsdon Allen A. Rev., pastor Cong, church, h. Front, c. 

Church 
Brookside The, Elmer P. Spaulding, j^roj)., Main, n. stone bridge 
Brown Frederick S., calender man, res. Wm. C. Wolff 
Brown Henry W., leatherboard maker, res. Wm. H. Brown 
Brown Inez E., warper, b. Albe L. Annis 
Brown James F., undertaker and marble worker, Main; h. I)a\is. 

n. R. R. station 
Brown John H., h. Great rd., Noith Shirley; p. o. S. 
Brown Norman H., engineer, h. Great rcl.. North Shirley; p. o. S. 
Brown Rodney H., twister, res. Lancaster rd., n. li!)rary 
Brown William H.. tinsmith and produce dealer. Lancaster rd., 

h. do. 
Bruce Carrie R. widow Winfrcd R., clerk j)ost-office, S. res. 

Leominster rd. 
Bruce Lou L, governess, res. Mrs. Grace E. Wiiislow; ]>. o. S. C. 
Bruno Angelina, finisher, res. John Bruno 
Bruno Delia F., trimmer, res. John Bruno 

BRUSO ANNIE MRS., nurse, h. Benjamin rd.. n. R. R. crossing 
Bruso Charles J., road builder, h. Bcnj.^min rd. 
Buchheim Frjderich A., weaker, h. Lancaster rd. 
Buckirrinster William B., (Maiden) h. Townsend rd. 
Bulger Alexandre, sawyer, h. Catacunemaug rd. 
Bulger George, suspender maker, res. Pierre Bulger 
Bulger Lena, buckler, res. Pierre Bulger 
Bulger Louise, widow, Charles, res. ■I()S( ph Thomas 
Bulger Michel, second h;ind, ti. l-'iont, ii. 1^ i{. st;ition 
Bulger Philias, card cuxte!-, h. l'';edoni;in 
Bulger Pierre, suspender maker, h. Leominster rd., n. L 0. O. 

F. hall 

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Bulger Rose, sampler, res. Philias Bulger 

Bulger William, shoemaker. Front; h. Fredoniaii, bel. power ho. 

Burns John, laborer, h. Main, opp. coal sheds 

Burns Mathew H., gate tender, h. Front 

Burrage Henry F., ass't foreman, E. Mfg. Co., h. Munson a v. 

Burrill James, laborer, h. Fredonian, bel. power ho. 

I^urrill Thomas C, h. Center rd. 

l^ushneau Guillaume, laborer, h. Shaker rd. 

J^utler Louisa M., widow Albert, h. Front, c. Church 

Buxton George F., foreman, h. Ballou av. 

Byram George E., baggage man, h. Patterson rd. 



Carey Merrick W., farmer, h. Brown rd., ]). o. 8. C. 

Carey Stephen P., retired, res. Charles Wilson 

Carkin Fred, carpenter, h. off Great rd. 

Carpentier Aurele, widow Joseph, res. 10 Phoenix corp. 

Carpentier LaForest J., farmer, h. Great rd. 

Carpentier Philippe, machinist, h. 9 Phoenix corp. 

Carter Mina L., clerk, res. Sidney Carter; p. o. S. C. 

Carter Sidney, supt. h. Center rd. p. o. S. C. 

Cartier Alice, winder, res. Joseph Cartier 

Cartier Emile, teamster, res. Joseph Cartier 

Cartier Georgianna, winder, res. Joseph Cartier 

Carteir Joseph, laborer, h. Phoenix, n. Fredonian 

Cartier Rosario, twister, res. Joseph Cartier 

Chaisson Clocinde, stitcher, b. Samuel Bodah 

Chaisson Odile, braider, b. Samuel Bodah 

Chaisson Philomene, braider, b. Samuel Bodah 

Chaloyne Alberic, operative, h. Fredonian 

Chaloyne Alexandre, laborer, res. Alberic Chaloyne 

Chaloyne Israel laborer, res. Alberic Chalo^yne 

Chaloyne Xapoleon, operative, res. Alberic Chaloyne 

Chandler Julia K. Mrs., res. Shaker village 

Charneaux Exrael, suspender maker, b. Rodolph Poiiitl) 

Charon Francois, weaver, res. Jerome Charou 

Charon Jerome, weaver, h. Fredonian, bel. Power ho. 

Chasse Philomene, widow Moise, h. Catacunemaug rd. 

Chasse Pierre, weaver, h. Catacunemaug rd. 

Chesbrough John, machinist, h. Ballou av. 

Chouinard Alfred, suspender maker, h. (^atacunenuuig rd. 

Churchill Irena A., stitcher, 1). Herbert E. Lawrence 

Clark, Fred, leather chopt)er, h. Leominster rd. 

Clark George B., fireman, H. i\: M. R. R.. li. Leominster, i 

Clark Hiram S., farmer, li. Townsend rd. 



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NASHUA, N. H. LOWELL. MASS 



JAMES LFARm' 



iver\', Feed, Sale and Boarding Stable 
Walker Pond Ice Delivered as Ordered TOWNSEWD, 
Telephone, Residence, 9-3; Stable, 9-2 MASS. 



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Colbiirn Edward F., music teacher, res. R. F. Colbiirn 

Colbiirn N. Otis, carpenter, h. Horse Pond rd. 

Colbiirn Robertiis F., farmer, h. Main, n. Munson av. 

Collyer Harry, weaver, h. Mill, n. post-office 

Conant Bros. & Co. (John G. and Edwin H. Conaiit), dry goods 

and groceries, Main, c. Church 
Conant Edith L., sec'y (Boston) res. Main, n. Church 
Conant Edwin H. (Conant Bros. & Co.) h. Main, n. Front 
Conant Gertrude L., res. John G. Conant 
Conant John G. (Conant Bros. & Co.) h. Main, n. Front 
Conant Sarah F., res. Main, n. Church 
Connors Mary, student, b. 13 Phoenix corp. 
Connors Nora, braider, b. 13 Phoenix corp. 
Connors Nora R.., widow^ Dennis, h. 12 Phoenix corp. 
Connors William H., finisher, b. 12 Phoenix corp. 
Cook Guy R., weaver, h. Mill, n. Main 

Cook Lucy P., stenog., E. Mfg. Co., res. at Fitchburg, Mass. 
Corley Annie G., res. Hugh E. Corley 
Corley Hugh E., weaver, h. Front, c. Phoenix 
Cormier Agnes 8., braider, b. Geo. C. McGrath 
Cormier Jean B., braider, res. Joseph Cormier 
Cormier Joseph, h. Mill, c. Fredonian 
Cormier Richard, web cutter, h. 11 Fredonian 
Cortier Joseph, operative, h. Fredonian 
COTE JOSEPH HECTOR REV., pastor St. Anthony's R. C. 

church, h. Phoenix, n. the Church 
Cotter Michael F., weaver, b. The Brookside 
Couturier Cleophas, wood chopper, h. Fredonian 
Craft Florence, res. James Craft 

Craft James, teamster, h. Great rd.. East Shirley; p. o. S. 
Cram Augustus B., mail carrier, h. Center rd. 
Cram William H., tax collector, h. Center rd., n. Main 
Credit Bertha M., buckler, res. Daniel P. Credit 
Credit Daniel P., teamster, h. Fredonian, bel. power ho. 
Credit Joseph R., protographer, res. Dan'l P. Credit 
Crockett William A. L., cooper, h. Great rd., c. Longley rd. 
Cronin John, farmer, h. Longley rd.,; p. o. West Groton, Mass. 
Cronin Nellie F., teacher, village school, res. John Cronin; p. o. 

West Groton, Mass. 
Grossman Clarissa F., h. Lancaster rd., c. Main 
Grossman William H., cabinot maker, h. Haskell, c Lancaster rd. 
Crowe John, farmer, h. Lawtou rd., u. Groton rd. 
Crowe Patrick, jobber, h. Lawton rd., n. Groton rd. 



If you can't come to us about . , „ 

277 Main St., y^^^^. ^y^^^ ^^■^^^ ^g ^bout it and '59 Merrimack St.. 

we'll call on you when in town. 

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Ciimmings Arthur R., farmer, h. Little Tiirni)ike, p. o. S. C. 
Cummings Emma, widow Waltlo E., h. Front, c. Porter 
Cutler OrA'ille 1., weaA'er, h. Hazeii rd., n. Clark rd. 



Dadmuii Frank, clerk, res. W. A. Dadmun 

Dadmun Willie A., operative, h. Center rd., n. R. R. crossing 

Daley Francis J., emp. braid factory, h. Fredonian 

Daley William A., postal clerk, b. 13 Phoenix corp. 

Dame Frederick, retired, h. Lunenburg rd. 

Damon Florence Mrs., stenog., E. Mfg. Co., h. Lunenburg, Mass. 

Davis Daniel, laborer, h. Benjamin rd. 

DAVIS HOUSE, Charles E. Raskins, prop., Davis, (See p. 26) 

Day George W., treas. Forets Hooper Co., h. at Lexington, Mass. 

Day Michael F., overseer, S. C. Works, h. Porter, n. Chapel 

Dawborn Catherine, widow, h. Groton rd. 

Dawborn William, operative, h. Groton rd. 

DesCoteaux Bella, clerk, res. Joseph DesCoteaux 

DesCoteaux Joseph, grocer, Fredonian, h. do. 

Desmond Mary, stitcher, b. The Brookside 

Dessaulnier George, leather cutter, h. Fredonian 

Dessaulnier Phoebe, widow Felix, h. Leominster, rd. 

Devarney Alfred, hostler, Davis House, b. do 

Devarney Charles, presser, res. Levi Devarney 

Devarney George A., machinist, h. Chapel, c. Porter 

Devarney Levi, overseer, S. C. Works, h. Fredonian 

Diephuis Albert, farmer, h. Parker rd. ; p. o. S. C. 

Dike Charles G., teamster, h. Great rd., ii. town line 

Dippman Fred, weaver, res. Robert 0. Dippman 

Dippman Robert 0., loom fixer, h. Maple, n. Haskell 

Divoll Mary P., Mrs., stitcher, res. Herbert B. Richardson 

Doane Delia S., teacher, grammar school, b. Benj. S. Binney 

Dodge Emma E., widow Charles, h. Little Turnpike; p. o. S. C. 

Dodge Henry L., farmer, h. Walker rd. 

Donnelley Abby, maid, Thomas L. Hazen 

Doolan Mary, stitcher, res. Jeremiah H. Flyiin 

Doucette Joseph, operative, h. Fredonian, liel. p()\\(M- ho. 

Dow Henry O., weaver, h. Front, op. R. R. station 

Dowd Mary Mrs., operative, h. 10 Phoenix corp. 

Duby Alexander, section boss, B. t^- M., h. Front, opp. Porter 

Dugas Laiige, wootl chopjier, h. Shaker rd., opp. Xashua 

Dugay J(>au B., trackman, b. Michel l^ulger 

Dumas Arthur. biil1oii;T, h. Gillxu-t dirard 



Probably more than half the op- „ . , „ 

277 Main St. tical work in your town is done by ^59 Mernmack St. 

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Eclgarton C. A. Mfg. Co., mfrs. President suspenders, Leominster 
rd. 

Edgarton C. Frederick, pres. and treas., E. Mfg. Co., h. at Con- 
cord, Mass. 

Edgarton Edward E., retired, h. Har\ard rd., n. Haskell 

Edgarton Jane A., widow Charles A., h. Leominster rd. 

Edgarton Sarah M., res. Mrs. Jane A. Edgarton 

Eisner Everett N., farmer for the Shakers, h. Shaker village 

Eisner Henrv W., foreman, h. Shaker village 

Ely Estelle E., clerk, E. Mfg. Co., res. George H. Elv 

ELY GEORGE H., supt. water works, h, Chapel, c. Porter 

Evans George O., salesman, h. Leominster rd. 

Evans Hittie^M. Mrs., sec. E. Mfg. Co., h. Leominster rd. 

Evans John W., engineer, h. Warren rd., p. o. S. C. 

Evans J. Otis, student, res. John W. Evans; p. o. S. C. 

Evans Ralph L, farm hand, res. John W. Evans; p. o. S. C. 



Fahey Margaret, spooler, res. William Lougee 

Fairbanks Granville, cooper, Leominster rd., h. Lancaster rd.. 

abv. South 
Fairchild Edward B. Rev., retired clers;vman, h. Shirkv common; 

p. o. S. C. 
Farmer George H., basket maker, b. Charles G. Dike 
Farmer John, basket maker, h. Hazen rd. 

Fariisworth Bessie V., music teacher, res. Louis Farnsworth 
Farnsworth Edward A., laborer, h, Great rd., North Shirley; 

p. o. S. 
Farnsworth Francis E., farmer, res. Melzar V. Farnswortli 
Farnsworth George S., retired, h. Great rd. 
Farnsworth John L., retired, h. Great rd. 
Farnsworth Louis J., lumber mill, h. Great rd. 
Farnsworth Melzar V., farmer, h. Great rd. 
Farnsworth Waldo G., sawyer, h. Great rd. 
Farrar Henry W., ])ainter, h. Groton rd. 
FARRAR JOHN W., postmaster. S. (\: dry goods, groceries, 

etc., Center rd.; p. o. S. C, h. do. 
Fclch Arthur E., farmer foreman, h. Lancaster rd., al)V. South 
Felch Clifford E., carpenter, res. Arthur E. Felch 
Fernald Katherine C, widow Alberto F., h. Front 
Ferriter Thomas J., card grinder, b. The Brookside 
Lionne Pierre, laborer, h. Leominster rd. 



Remember your eyes to keep them „ . . o 

377 Main St., eood ^^^ Merrimack St. 

NASHUA, N.H. THE BABBITT CO., OPTICIANS ^^^^^^^ ^^''- 



JAMES LPARRAfi, 



Enibalmer and Funeral Director 
Flowers Furnished at Short Notice TOWNSEND 
Telephone, Residence, 9-3; Stable, 9-2 MASS. 



SHIRLEY DIRECTORY. 125 



Fish Lavonne J. Mrs., stenog. E. Mfg. Co., h. South 

Fisher Margaret, widow Cornelius H., res. James E. Pomfret 

Fitts Lester A., emp. Week's mill, h. Lancaster rd. 

Flagg Marie L. Mrs., spinner, res. Dominic Bourgeois 

Flanders Edna, teacher, primary school, b. Front, c. Church 

Flint Joseph, carpenter, h. Hazen rd. c. Great rd. 

Flynn Alice G., bookkeeper, E. Mfg. Co., res. Andrew Flynn 

Flynn Andrew, spinner, h. Mill, c. Chapel 

Flynn Jeremiah, h. Phoenix, c. Chapel 

Flynn Jeremah H., weaver, h. Haskell 

Flynn John, b. 13 Phoenix corp. 

Flynn John H., weaver, h. Mill, c. Chapel 

Flynn Mary A., spooler, res. Jeremiah Flynn 

Flynn Susan Mrs., stenog. E. Mfg. Co., 

Forcier, (French for Foster) 

Forcier Antoine, laborer, h. Shaker rd. 

Forcier Edouard, operative, res. Antoine Forcier 

Ford Charles A., coachman, h. South, c. Maple 

Ford William H., clerk, Davis House, b. do. 

Frederich John, laborer, h. Mt. Henry rd. 

Frederich John, jr., buckler, b. John Frederich 

Frederich Mary, buckler, res. John Frederich 

Fullam Guillaume, laborer, b. All)ert Richards 

Fuller Ann Mrs., widow, h. Leominster rd. 

Fuller William H., retired, h. Patterson rd. 



Gagnon Alfred (U. S. A.), b. Napoleon Gagnon 
Gagnon Amelia, suspender maker, b. Napoleon Gagnon 
Gagnon Napoleon, suspender maker, h. Fredonian 
Gallion Agnes, widow Jean B., h. Fredonian, c. Phoenix 
Galli(m Charlotte, braider, b. N. E. Martin 
Gallion Odille, buckler, res. N. E. Martin 
Gamelon Noe, laborer, h. Fredonian, bel. power ho. 
Gamelon Sophie, buckler, res. Noe Gamelon 
Gannon Isal)el, widow John, h. Great rd. 
Gardis Stanislaus, braider, b. 8 Phoenix corp. 
Gardner John E., farmer, h. Walker rd., ii. town line 
Gateley Abl)ie F., h. Mt. Henry rd. 
Gateley Annie E., res. James E. Gateley 
Gateley Edward, weaver, b. Mt. Henry rd. 

If our clerk calls to talk to you 
277 Main St, 3^^^^ ^y^g^ ^^^,^ ^e afraid to let ^59 Merrimack St, 

„ „ him in, he's a gentleman. 

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Gateley Eleanor, boxer, b. Mt. Henry rcl. 
Gateley James H., cutter, h. Leominster rd. 
Gateley John H., foreman (Boston), b. Mt. Henry rd. 
Gateley Joseph, web cutter, b. Mt. Henry rd. 
Gateley Mary Etta, boxer, b. Mt. Henry rd. 
Gateley Matthew H., second hand, b. 7 Fredonian 
Gateley Thomas F., laborer, h. Mt. Henry rd. 
Gateley Thomas J., operative, h. 7 Fredonian 
Gateley Thomas S., weaver, res. James H. Gateley 
Geary Lucy, housekeeper, Frank E. Kemp 
Gendron Francois, box maker, h. Shaker rd. 
Gilbert Herbert, web cutter, h. Mill 
Gilis Pitier, operative, b. 3 Phoenix corp. 
Gilmartin Delia, stitcher, h. Leominster rd. 
Gionet Alexander, carpenter, h. end of Front 
Gionet Alexandre M., braider, h. Fredonian. bel. power ho. 
Gionet Amos A., clerk, Chas. LePage, h. Fredonian 
Gionet Charles, clerk, h. Shaker rd, c. Nashua 
Gionet Christine, operative, res. Alex. Gionet 
Gionet Edouard, fixer, h. Fredonian, bel. power ho. 
Gionet Elizabeth, widow, Dominic, h. Chapel 
Gionet Esther, buckler, res. Michel Bulger 
Gionet Francois, strap maker, h. Nashua, n. Shaker rd. 
Gionet Gustave, h. Front 
Gionet Joseph, laborer, h. Shaker rd. 

Gionet Joseph E., watchman, S. C. Works, h. 6 Phoenix corp. 
Gionet Louis L., buttoner, res. Joseph Gionet 
Gionet Michel, winder, h. Fredonian, bel. power ho. 
Gionet Philias, operative, h. Front, n. Phoenix 
Gionet Philicien, spinner, res. Alex. Gionet 
Gionet Philippe, laborer, h. n. Gould's mill 
Gionet William, carpenter, h. Fredonian. n. Phoenix 
Girard Emma, buckler, b. Simon Guerin 
Girard Gilbert, operative, h. Center rd., n. R. R. crossing 
Girard Ida M., student, res. Gilbert Girard 
Girard Myra B., student, res. Gilbert Girard 
Gleason Jeremiah, overseer, S. C. Works, h. I'A Phoenix corp. 
GLEASON NORA A., boarding ho., 13 Phoenix corii.. h. do 
Gordon George H., weaver, h. 9 Fredonian 
Gordon Mary, suspender maker, b. Geo. Penneseau 
Gouger Andre, sexton, St. Anthony's church, res. Phoenix 
Gould Mfg. Co., shoddy mfrs.. off Catacunemaug rd. 
Gould Solomon, pres. Gould Mfg. Co.. h.at Worcester. Mass. 
Grablis Adam. emp. picker room. b. 8 Phoenix corp. 
Grant Nellie G.. stitcher, b. Frank P. Rugg 

GRAVES NORMAN R., farmer and milk dealer, h. Brown rd., 
n. Hazen rd., p. o. S. C. 



'hr.n-t-'zi: Q'cr. r^^ We not only grind our 'OWN 
277 fliain St;,"^ ^'lenses but we'll be glad to grind 



[5p JJerrimack St., 



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Grout Frances J., widow Hex. Henrv M., res. Henrv F. Gro 

p. o. S. C. 

Grout Henry F., clerk (Ftichl^urg), h. Parker rd.; ]). o. S. C. 
Guerin Simon, millwriiiht, h. Page, n. Porter 
Guibault Cordelia, susj^ender maker, res, Hubert Guibault 
Guibault Hubert, o])erative, h. Page 

H 

Hachey Edmond, operati\e, b. Mrs. Elizabeth Ginoet 

Hachey Elizabeth, braider, b. Mrs. Elizabeth Gionet 

Hachey Octave, operative, b. Mrs. Elizabeth Gionet 

Hale Marian L. Mrs., h. Garrison rd. 

Hall John B., enigneer, b. The Brookside 

Halpin John H., weaver, 1). The Brookside 

Hanson Charles, second hand, h. Main 

Haradon Oscar F., farmer, h. Little Turnpike; p. o. H. C. 

HARDON FRANK R., mfr. baskets, shingles, and staAes; also 

Northern hard and soft luml^er. Great rd., h. do. (See 

p. 28) 
Harkins Edward L., advt. solicitor, b. Dr. Thomas E. Lilly 
Harkins Julia M., widow Edward J., res. Dr. Thomas E. Lilly 
Harlow Frank E., clerk. Mill, res. Geo. E. Harlow 
HARLOW GEORGE E., provisions and fancy groceries, Mill, 

n. post-office; h. Harvard rd. (See p. 27) 
Harold James H., carpenter, res. Wm. C. Wolff 
Harris Ernest L., carpenter, h. Lancaster rd. 
Hartwell Ida A., teacher, b. Newton Wilson 
Harvey Mvron E., sawver, res. Geo. F. Buxton 
HASKINS CHARLES *E., prop. Davis House, Davis, h. do. (See 

p. 26) 
Hassett Thomas, engineer, S. C. Works, b. 13 Phoenix corp. 
Hastings Mary J., widow John C, h. Harvard rd. 
Hatch Harrison M., student, res. Howard A. Hatch; p. o. West 

Groton, Mass. 
Hatch Howard A., farmei'. h. Lougley rd.,: ]i. o. West Groton, 

Mass. 
Hatch Katie, boxer, b. Tlie lirooksido 
Hatch Ray O., student, res. Howard A. Hatch; p. o. AVest 

Groton, Mass. 
Hay Jennie, weaver, h. Lancaster rd., c. Smith 
Hay Kate, weaver, h. Lancaster rd., c. Soutli 
Hazen Barbara B., student, res. Thomas L. Hazen 
HAZEN HFRMAN S., town clerk, h. Center rd.; p. o. S. C. 
HAZEN JOHN E. L., bookkeeper, S. C. Works, h. Harvard rd. 

Good vision for many depends on 
277 Main St., good glasses. iSQ Merrimack St., 

NASHUA. N. H. THE BABBITT CO., OPTICIANS ^owell mass. 



JAMES LFABRIll], 



Ijvery, Feed, Sale and Boarding Stable 

Walker Pond Ice Delivered as Ordered TOWNSEND, 

Telephone, Residence, 9-3; Stable, 9-2 MASS. 



128 SHIRLEY DIRECTORY, 



HAZEN KATE E. MRS., widow Jacob P., postmaster, stationer 

and newsdealer, Depot sq.; h. Munson av. 
Hazen Mal)el G., teacher, res. Thomas L. Hazen 
Hazen Sarah C, wddow Thomas J., res. John E. L. Hazen 
Hazen Thomas L. (Hazen cV: Nickless), also farmer, h. Lancaster 

rd. 
Hazen ct Nickless (Thomas L Hazen and John H. Nickless) coal 

and wood, Leominster rd. 
Henrotay Charles, leather chopper, h. end of Catacimemaug rd. 
Heroux Narcisse, presser, h. 9 Fredonian 
Hersom Frances, widow Nahum, h. Main 
Hewes Almira Z., res. William F. Hewes 
Hewes C. Henry, laborer, h. Clark rd. 
Hewes Nelson E., teamster, b. William F. Hewes 
Hewes William F., teamster, h. Clark rd., n. Lover's lane 
Hocqnard George R., clerk, h. Lancaster rd., c. South 
Hocquard Harry S., shipping clerk, b. P. Hocquard 
Hocqnard Phillip E., teamster, h. Leomnister rd. 
Hodgman Minnie, widow Edward, res. Elmer A. Hubbard; ]^. o. 

S. C. 
Holbrook Annie P., bookkeeper, E. Mfg. Co., res. Wm. M. Park 
Holbrook Nellie W. Mrs., res. William M. Park 
Holbrook Nina M., bookkeeper, E. Mfg. Co., res. Wm. M. Park 
Holden Agnes M., b. Mrs. Mary A. Benjamin 
Holden Charles S., farmer, h. Garrison rd.,; p. o. West Groton. 

Mass. 
Holden Etta M., student, res. George Holden 
Holden Frederick W., clerk (Fitchburg), res. Nelson A. Holden 
Holden George, farmer, h. Clark rd. ; p. o. S. C. 
Holden Herbert, farmer, h. Hazen rd.; p. o. S. C. 
Holden Homer P., ice dealer. Center rd. ; p. o. S. C, h. do 
Holden John R., retired farmer, h. Center rd. ; ]). o. S. C. 
Holden Joseph, trustee and minister of the Shakers, h. ^^'ilds 

rd., R. F. D. No. 51 
Holden Luther E., coachman, h. Whitney rd. 
Holden Nelson A., blacksmith. Main, h. do 
Holden Perry, student, res. Nelson A. Holden 
Holden Seth R., fruit raiser, h. Parker rd.; p. o. S. C. 
Holland James L., clerk, post-office, h. South, n. Lancaster rd. 
Hollister George H., carpenter, h. Shaker village 
Holt Sarah A., widow Stephen, h. Harvard rd. 
Hooper Forest, pres. Forest Hooper Co., h. Maple, n. Haskell 
Hooper Forest, jr., tel. op. and clerk, res. Maple 

Headaches are cured by glasses not „ • , ,, 

277 Main St.. medicine, in many cases. ^59 Merrimack St., 

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HOOPER FOREST COMPANY (Inc.) plumbers, steam fitters, 

sheet metal workers ; hot air, water and steam heating, 

Main, opp. R. R. station (See p. 27) 
Horstman Verde, warper, b. The Brookside 
Houghton Charles S., farmer, h. Hazen rd., n. Great rd. 
Howard Mary A., widow Stephen M., h. Walker rd., n. Hazen 

rd. 
Hubbard Elmer A., clerk, John W. Farrar, h. Center rd.; p. o. 

S. C. 
Hunter Augusta P., widow Thomas, h. Harvard rd. 
Hunter Martha J., h. Harvard rd. 
Hurley Sarah E., domestic, Charles W. Marshall 
Hyde Francis H. S., vice-pres. E. Mfg. Co., h. at Engelwood, 

N. J. 



Jacquith Mary L., stitcher, b. Albert H. Sherman 

Jackson Chester L., teamster, h. n. Gould's mill 

James Harding, farmer and milk dealer, h. Clark rd., n. Main 

James Samuel, carpenter, h. Clark rd., n. Main 

Jarski Andrea, operative, h. Phoenix, n. Fredonian 

Jarski Antoni, operative, b. Andrea Jarski 

Jarvis Andrew, farmer, h. Townsend rd. 

Jarvis Arthur, laborer, b. Andrew Jarvis 

Jarvis Esther R., res. Andrew Jarvis 

Jenkins Caroline, widow Edmund A., h. Great ixL 

Jenkins Edgar A., farmer, h. Garrison rd. 

Jenkins Marv B., widow Asa A., res. Alvin Lawton : p. o. S. C. 

Jenner Alfred E., clerk, E. Mfg. Co., h. Chapel 

Jennison Elphine Mrs., domestic, Alvin Lawton; p. o. S. C. 

Jilson Caroline J., res. Shaker village 

Johnson Helen E., stenog., E. Mfg. Co., res. at Fitchburg, Ma^ 

Johnson Henry C, farmer, h. Little Turnpike 

Johnson John, fireman, h. Groton rd. 

Jubb Aithur H., operative, h. Lunenbui-g rd. 

Jubb William, farmer, h. Holden rd. 

Jurga Michael, l)i'aider, h. 8 Phoenix corp. 



Kandrota John, braider, b. 4 Phoenix corp. 
Kane Annie, weaver, res. South, c. Maple 
Kane Catharine, h. South, c. Maple 
Kane Sophia, stitcher, res. South, c. Maple 



What's the use of knocking, let the 

other fellow do his WORST, we'll 

do our BEST to please your eyes. 

THE BABBITT CO., OPTICIANS 



Merrimack St.. 



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Kaski LaiB, laborer, h. Mt. Henry rd. 
Kaski Salmon, laborer, h. Mt. Henry rd. 
Keating Abbie A., winder, h. 10 Phoenix corp. 
Keim, Charles, laborer, h. Mt. Henry rd. 
Kelly Owen, web cutter, b. The Brookside 
Kemp Frank E., farmer, h. Great rd., n. Kittredge rd. 
Kidder Frank, leather cutter, b. The Brookside 
Kilburn George, retired, h. Great rd. 
Kilburn Grace M., teacher, h. Phoenix, n. Chapel 
Kilburn Julia F., widow Cyrus A., h. Phoenix, n. Chapel 
King Elizabeth, widow William, h. Garrison rd. 
Kinny Charles, box maker, h. Ballou a v. 
Kioski Jan, operative, b. Andrea Jarski 
Kirby Elsie A., res. Mrs. Grace E. Winslow 
Kiulaicze Jonas, operative, b. 4. Phoenix corp. 
Knowles Emma M., stitcher, res. Walter Knowles 
Knowles Walter E., mill operative . h. a illage 
Knox George E., pressman, h. South, n. Maple 
Kolowrath Alfred, weaver, b. John Kolowrath 
Kolowrath Ernest, weaver, b. John Kolowrath 
Kolowrath John, weaver, h. Harvard rd., abv. cemetery 
Kolowrath Maria L., res. John Kolowrath 
Kotluir Morris, weaver, h. Harvard rd., n. cemetery 
Kozlov Moritz, emp. E. Mfg. Co., h. 9 Fredonian 
Kundrota Peter, operative, b. 4 Phoenix corp. 



Ladd William A., retired, h. Parker rd.; j). o. S. C. 

Lalone Jeremie, spinner, res. Joseph Lalone 

Lalone Joseph, h. Shaker rd. 

Lamb Clarence F., laborer, h. Main, n. Clark rd. 

Lambert Anthenia, strapper, res. David Lambert, R. F. D. 49 

Lambert David, laborer, h. Shaker rd., R. F. D. 49 

Lambert Theopile P., braider, h. Fredonian, bel. power ho. 

LaMontaigne Napoleon, operative, b. Alberic Chaloyne 

Landry Joseph, teamster, h. 6 Phoenix corp. 

Lanchy Joseph S., suspender maker, b. 6 Phoenix corp. 

LaNormandie Pctronilla, widow Joseph, b. 3 Fredonian 

Lapointe Marguiite, widow Guillaume, h. Shaker rd. 

Larson Oscar, laborer, h. Groton rd., n. Longley rd. 

Lawrence Anne M.. widow Geo. M., h. Washington 

Lawrence George F. A., farmer, h. Washington 

Lawrence Herbert E., carpenter, S. C. Works, h. Center rd. 

Lawrence Morton E., clerk, res. Herbert E. Lawrence 

Lawton Alvin, fruit buyer, h. Parker rd.; p. o. S. C. 

Read the foot-lines in this direc- 
277 Main St.. tory ; they mean business for us '59 Memmack St. 

and benefit for you. T«T»ri:.Tr ,ac<o 

NASHUA. N. H. THE BABBITT CO., OPTICIANS lowell, mass. 



JAMES LFMa^ 



Embalmer aud Funeral Director 

lowers Furnished at Short Notice TOWNSEND, 

elephone, Residence, 9-3; Stable, 9-2 MASS. 



SHIRLEY DIRECTORY. 131 



Lawtoii Frank J., h. Hazeii rd. ; p. o. S. C. 

Leahy John, painter, h. Townsend rd. 

LeBonte Louis, sawyer, b. Nelson Bodah 

LeBrun Joseph G., machinist,h . Front, n. Phoenix 

LeBrun Leopokl M., machinist, res. Joseph G. LeBrun 

LeClair Touissant, carpenter, h. Fredonian 

Leger Agapit, operative, h. n. Gould's mill 

Leger Alphonse, section hand, h. Benjamin rd. 

Leger Philip, laborer, h. 5 Fredonian 

Lenehan, Delia, spooler, b. The Brookside 

Leopold John, suspender maker, h. Mill, n. Main 

LePage Anthony, stone mason, h. Fredonian 

LePage Charles, grocer and wood dealer, 9 Fredonian, h. do. 

LePage Medoc, wood chopper, h. Fredonian 

LePage Orila, h. Fredonian, bel. power ho. 

LePage Walter J., teamster, h. Fredonian 

Levescpie Alfred, wood chopper, b. Anthony LePage 

Lewis George F., gate tender, h. Leominster rd. 

LILLY THOMAS E., physician. Church, h, do. 

Livermore Eugene A., clerk, E. Mfg. Co., h. Chapel, n. Porter 

Livermore Louise F., widow William, h. Chapel, n. Porter 

Logue Delia F., warper tender, h. Fredonian 

Logue John H., fireman, h. Leominster rd., n. Maple 

Logue Margaret E., warper tender, b. 13 Phoenix corp. 

Longley Charles A., broom mfr.. Center rd. ; p. o. S. C, h. do. 

Longley Harriman, clerk (Washington, D. C), h. Maple 

Longley Melvin W., farmer, h. Center rd. ; p. o. S. C. 

Longlev Sarah E., widow Stephen W., h. Shirley common; p. o. 

S.C. 
LONGLP]Y SAVILLION W. ins. agt. and fire dept. supplies, 

Maple, n. I. 0. 0. F. hall. h. do. 
LONGLEY STEPHEN LeROY, real estate and ins., h. Shirley 

common; p. o. S. C 
Longley Wade G., clerk (Washington, D. C.) res. Maple 
Longley Welcome H., clerk, h. Center rd.; p. o. S. C. 
Loomer Abel W., suspender, maker, b. Leominster rd. 
Loomer Isaac, hostler, h. Front, c. Chapel 
Lougee William F., overseer, S. C. Works, h. ^lain 
Love Elaine E., warper, res. Mrs. MilUaui L()\e 
Love Margaret, warper, res. Mrs. William Lo\e 
L()^■e Nan, stitcher, res. Mrs. William Lo\e 
Love William Mrs., h. Center rd., n. Main 
Lucas Elmer M., cooper, b. Granville Fairbanks 

277 Main St.. Y°"'' ^^^^ ^"^'^ ^* y^""" °^'' ^""^^ i59 Merrim.ick St., 
without extra charge. Write us 
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Lucy Edward, D. (U. S. N.), res. Timothy Lucy 

Lucy Timothy C, plumber, h. Catacunemaug rd. 

Lynch HarryH., weaver, h. Lancaster rd. 

Lynch Louisa Mrs., buckler, res. Mrs. Phoebe Dessaulnier 

LYNCH M. ANDREW, real estate, auctioneer, and jutsice of 

the peace, h. Center rd., c. Hazen rd. (See p. 26) 
Lyon Frank, carpenter, h. Catacunemaug rd. 
LVou William G., section foreman, h. Front, n. Porter 



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Malian Antoni, operative, b. Andrea Jarski 
Malsky Joseph, braider, h. 8 Phoenix corp. 
Marion Amos P., laborer, h. Shaker rd., n. S. C. Works 
Marsh David, (Marsh & Son), h. Hazen rd. 
Marsh Leander S. P. (Marsh & Son), h. Hazen rd. 
MARSH c'd SON, (Leander S. P. and David), architects, design- 
ers, and builders, Hazen rd., n. Clark rd. (See p. 26) 
Marshall Charles W., retired, h. Center rd. 
Martin Nazarre E., carpenter, h. Fredonian 
Mary Anna Home, Center rd.; p. o. S. C. 
Max Powell, laborer, h. Catacunemaug rd. 
McCarthv John E., laborer, h. Phoenix 
MeClellan Joseph H., clerk, b. A. H. Phelps 
McClellan William R., retired, h. Leominster rd. 
McCool William, b. Charles S. H olden 

McCormack William F., farmer and poultry raiser, h. Groton rd. 
McCoy Helen Mrs., clerk, E. Mfg. Co., h. Center rd. 
McCoy Herbert W., painter, h. Center rd., n. Main 
McGinnis Joseph M., stamer, h. Catacunemaug rd. 
McGinnis Michael, weaver, h. Catacunemaug rd. 
McGovern Bridget, widow Patrick, domestic, John E. L. Hazen 
McGrath Bernard, laborer, b. 5 Fredonian 
McGrath George, res. Joseph McGrath 
McGrath George C, machinist, h. Phoenix, n. Fredonian 
McGrath Joseph, wood chopper, h. South, n. Maple 
Mclntire F. Roscoe, chauffuer, h. Main, n. R. R. station 
McLitire Mary A., widow Daniel D., h. Main, n. depot 
McLaughlin Bridget, winder, b. 13 Phoenix corp. 
McMichael Clementine A., widow Ephraim K., res. E. E. Allen 
McMurray Inez, boxer, b. Philip Hocquard 
McNally Charles, operative, b. Albeiic Chaloyne 
McNally Charles D., stone cutter, h. Harvard rd. 
McNally Gertrude L., stitcher, res. Charles D. McNally 
McNulty John, farmer, h. Munson av. 
Meegan Eugene H., emp. B. A: M. R. R., h. Main 

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Meegan James L., finisher, b. Benjamin rd. 

Meegan John F., foreman, b. Owen M. Meegan 

Meegan Owen M., machinist, h. Benjamin rd. 

Meegan Rose A., bookkeeper, S. C. Works, res. Owen M. Meegan 

iMeiliis Antonas, operative, b. 4 Phoenix corp. 

Melaiicon Mana, buckler, res. Pierre Bulger 

Mellish Walter E., wheelwright, h. Main, bel. Clark rd. 

Merriman Earl C, student, res. F. E. Merriman 

Merriman Francis E., retired, h. Clark rd. 

Merriman Francis E., jr., farmer, res. Clark rd. 

Merriman Roswell A., farmer, res. Francis E. Merriman 

Michaud Ernest, buckler, h. 12 Fredonian 

Mikutaiwicz Pitier, operative, b. 4 Phoenix corp. 

Miller Edward J., farmer, h. Parker rd.; p. o. S. C. 

Mills Esbon, clerk, h. Front, c. Washington 

Miner Charles H., blacksmith, h. Church 

Miner Mabel H., stenog., E. Mfg. Co., res. Chas. H. Miner 

Mitchell Lucy K., res. Shaker village 

Moran Eliza J., res. M. Andrew Lynch 

Morey Alice M.. teacher, b. Henry F. Grout; p. o. S. C. 

MORIN ABEL, bowling alleys, billiards and pool. Page, n. 

Mill, h. do. (See p. 26) 
Morin Demas, machinist, h. Fredonian 
Murphy Joseph, weaver, h. 1 Fredonian 
Murphy Margaret, widow James, h. Fredonian 
Murrav Richard, braider, h. Shaker rd., c. Nashua 



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Neat John, laborer, h. (Iroton rd. 

Neat William R., farmer, h. Groton rd. 

NEW ENGLAND TELB^PHONE & TELEGRAPH CO.. Main 

(See p. 30) 
Nickerson Truman S., machinist, h. Main, opp. R. R. station 
Nickless John H. (Hazen A: Nickless), h. Haskell 
Norkus James, operative, h. 3 Phoenix corp. 
Nutting Mary F., mdow Benjamin, h. Main 



O'BHen Victor \'., clerk, Conant Bros. .^ Co., h. Ahiin 
O'Kcefe Julia, widow l)a^■id, res. Michael F. Day 
O'Neil Dennis. o]X'rati^■e, h. Plioonix, c. Chapel 
O'Neil iMlward F., weaver, 1). Phoenix, c. Chai)el 



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O'Neil Jeremiah F.. weaver, h. Phoenix, c. Chapel 
O'Neil Joanna, widow Michael, h. Phoenix 
O'Neil John, b. Mrs. Nora R. Connors 
O'Neil Leo, clerk, Chas. R. White, res. Dennis O'Neil 
Osoood F. Douglass, res. The Brookside 



Paige Harriet L. Mrs., h. Lancaster rd., c. South 

Paciuin Francois, laborer, h. Freclonian, bel. power ho. 

Paradis Luke, wood chopper, b. Rodolph Pointbriand 

Park Mary A., forewoman, E. Mfg. Co., res. Wm. M. Park 

Park William M., retired, h. Center rd., n. Main 

Parker Amos L., livery stable and contractor, Lancaster rd.. h. 

do. 
Parker Emerson S., farmer, h. A'alle}' rd. 
Parker James C. C, retired, h. Walker rd., n. Hazen rd. 
Parmenter Frank E., car inspector, h. Benjamin rd. 
Parmenter James, painter, h. Catacunemaug rd. 
Parmenter Louis, painter, h. Main 
Parsons D. Chester, lawyer, Center rd., h. do. 
Pate William, mgr., h. Townsend rd. 
Pauteinis Stanislaus, operative, b. 4 Phoenix corp. 
Peaseley Herbert 0., grocer, Main, n. Center rd., h. Center rd. 
Pelissier Augustin, organist, res. Phoenix 
Penneseau George, leather cutter, h. Fredonian, n. ^laiii 
Penneseau Joseph, suspender maker, h. 6 Fredonian 
Perley Urania S., wndow Moses S., housekeeper, E. E. Edgarton 
Perrin Charles E., sec. Forest Hooper Co., h. at Ayer, Mass. 
Petersen Charles M., overseer, S. C. Works, h. Main 
Petersen Christian, machinist, b. Louie C. Petersen 
Petersen Christine, braider, res. Chas. M. Petersen 
Petersen Louie C, machinist, h. Fredonian 
Phelps Andrew H., electrical engineer, S. C. Works, h. Page, c. 

Porter 
Phelps Charles W., student, res. Andrew H. Phelps 
Phoenix Corjioi-ation I^oarding Ho., Nora A. Cleason, prop., 

Shaker rd. 
Pierce Charles J., physician. Chapel, n. Porter, h. do. 
Pierce Flora K., res. Chapel, n. Porter 
Pike Julia M., teacher, S. C. school, res. Mrs. Grace E. Winslow 

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Pilote Alfred, laborer, h. 7 Phoenix corp. 

Plimpton Abbie M., widow Dr. Ashael A., h. Front, c. Church 

Pohlman P]lizabeth H., widow Edwin P., h. Front 

Pointbriand Rodolph, strapper, h. South, n. Maple 

Polaski Joseph, operative, h. Mt. Henry rd. 

Pomfret James E., designer, E. Mfg. Co., h. South 

Pomfret Richard, overseer, E. Mfg. Co., h. Mill, n. Main 

Preston William W., telegraph op., b. Benjamin S. Binney 

Provost Augustin, painter, h. Center rd., n. Main 

Pratt Herbert G., treas. S. C. Works, h. at West Newton, Mass. 

Provost Joseph C, flagman, h. Main 



Quinty Alfred J., provision tlealer, 4 Fredonian, h. do. 



Rafuse Fiola, stamper, b. Frederich A. Buchheim 

Read Robert, carpenu:r, S. C. Works, h. 11 Phoenix corp. 

Richards Harriet M., widow William M., res. Mrs. Harriet L. 

Paige 
RICHARDSON GUY, i)ub. Shirlev direetorv, 40 State. Boston, 

(See p. 17) 
Richardson Herbert B., laborer, h. Leominster rd. 
Richardson James E., barber. Main, h. Fredonian 
Richardson Jane E., widow Edward, h. 2 Fredonian 
RICHARDSON, J. TEEL, produce, etc., b. Leomintser rd. 
Rivers Alfred F., engineer, S. C. Works, h. Haskell 
Rivers F. Lester, suspender maker, res. Albert Rivers 
Rivers Louisa, stitcher, h. Main, n. Benjamin rd. 
Rivers Panzy O., Alfred F. Rivers 

Robbins Marion W., clerk, E. Mfg. Co., res. at Aver, ^hiss. 
Robideaux Adolphus, machinist, h. Ballon aw 
Robichaud Arthur, box maker, h. Fredonian 
Roche Alfred, carpenter, b. Dominic Bourgeois 
Rowell Nancy J., widow Charles 1)., Chai)el, c. Porter 
Rugg I^Vank P., weaver, h. Ciiurch 

Russ(>ll .Josephine A., widow Winslow Iv. li. Munsou a\ . 
Russ(4! Will v., foreman, K. Mfu. Co., li. .Mapl;'. n. 1. O. O. F. 

hall 



We have a large stock — Two grinding plants 
277 Main St., ■ — What for? For the purpose of serving you 159 Merrimack St., 
and your neighbors with lenses quickly and 

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Saboll Fred, presser, b. 2 Shaker rd. 

Sampson Horace, operative, h. Lancaster rd. 

Sampson Minnie, res. Horace Sampson 

Sanderson Dana, express driver, h. Leominster rd. 

Sanderson Ella M., res. George S. Sanderson 

Sanderson Ethel L., res. George S. Sanderson 

Sanderson George S., tinsmith, h. Lancaster rd. 

Sandlin Samuel, suspender maker, h. Ballou av. 

Sargent Charles, carpenter, Lancaster rd., h. do. 

Sargent J. LeRoy, laborer, b. Leominster rd. 

Sargent Lottie A., Mrs., res. Mrs. Adeloza Warner 

Saulis Jusapas, operative, b. 4 Phoenix corp. 

Saunderson Nathan D., express driver, h. Leominster rd. 

Sawtell Henry A., carpenter, h. Front, c. Porter 

Sawtell Nancy, widow William, h. Main, n. R. R. station 

Sawtell William A., carpenter, h. Front, c. Porter 

Sawyer Inez F., widow William, h. Leominster rd. 

Scanlon Andrew J., foreman, Gould Mfg. Co., h. near Gould's 

mill 
Scott Samuel ]^., h. Chapel, n. Mill 
Shea C. Fred, teamster, res. Leominster rd. 
Shea Edwin L., leather chopper, res. Michael Shea 
Shea Josiah N., carpenter, res. Michael Shea 
Shea Michael, retired, h. Leominster rd. 
Shea Thomas F., (U. S. A.), res. Michael Shea 
Shea Wilfred P., conductor, res. Michael Shea 
Shearer Hattie S., widow Earl, h. Leominster rd. 
Shearer Lauretta, res. Mrs. Hattie S. Shearer 
Sheddon William, emp. Gould's mill, h. n. do. 
Shepard Ida Mrs., stitcher, h. Leominster rd. 
Sherman Albert H., machinist, h. Leominster rd. 
Sherman Letitia F., stitcher, res. Albert H. Sherman 
Shucrowe Hannah, widow Patrick, res. John H. Logue 
Shucorwe Michael F., warper, b. John H. Logue 
Shucrowe Patrick, labroer, b. John H. Logue 
Sideleau George, emp. E. Mfg. Co., h. Front, n. Phoenix 
Sideleau George 2nd., second hand, h. Nashua 
Sideleau George H., spinner, res. Geo. Sideleau 
Sideleau John, operative, h. Nashua, n. Shaker rd. 
Sideleau Joseph, picker, b. 7 Phoenix corp. 
Sideleau, Oscar C, overseer, S. C. Works, h. 5 Phoenix corp. 
iSideleau Rosa D., speeder tender, res. Geo. Sideleau 
Simard Agnes M., operative, b. Joseph DesCoteaux 

For your eye troubles let this direc- 
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JAMES L.PIIRRIIR, 



F.nibalmer and Funeral Director 
Flowers Furnished at Short Notice TOWNSEND, 
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Simmons Sarah A., widow B., h. Main, opp. R. R. station 

Simonds Fred, clerk, H. O. Peasley, Main, h. do. 

Simpson John, finisher, S. C. Works, b. 13 Phoenix corp. 

Sinclair George, laborer, h. Clark rd., n. Main 

Sivret Joseph, wood chopper, b. Richard Murray 

Sleeper Earl F., paper maker, res. Mrs. Mary F. Sleeper; p. o. 

West Groton. Mass. 
Sleeper Fred E., machinist, h. Center rd., c. Munson av. 
Sleeper Mary F., widow Charles T., h. Longley rd.,; p. o. West 

Groton, Mass. 
Slocomb Annie B., emp. E. Mfg. Co., b. Mrs. Annie I. Banks 
Slocum John W.. engineer, E. Mfg. Co., h, Leominster rd. 
Small Julia F Mrs., res. Wm. B. Buckminster 
Smith Edwin R., emp. E. Mfg. Co., b. The Brookside 
Smith Fred, fireman, S. C. Works, h. 1 Phoenix corp. 
Smith John T., weaver, h. Lancaster rd., c. South 
Sodoskus Pitier, braider, b. 3 Phoenix corp. 
Soney Louis W., watchman, E. Mfg. Co., h. Ballon ii\. 
Spaulding Elmer P., prop. The Brookside, Main, h. do. 
Sprague Elizabeth, res. John Sprague 
Sprague John, retired, h. Harvard rd., n. cemetery 
Stebbins Charles J., clerk, b. Fredonian, c. Main 
Stebbins George, machinist, h. Nashua, c. Shaker rd. 
Stevens Edward J., farmer, h. Townsend rd.; ]>. o. West Groton, 

Maas. 
Stevenson John W., oAerseer, E. Mfg. Co., h. Main. n. Church 
Stickney John H., carpenter and farmer, h. Little Turnpike 
Szkuliiik Ignacz, oj^erative, b. Andrea Jarski 



Taylor Delno V., teamster, h. Great rd. 
Tessier Arthur, emp. E. Mfg. Co., res. Josejih Tessier 
Tessier Esrael, laborer, h. Fredonian, bel. ])()W(m- ho. 
Tessier Joseph, operative, h. Leominster rd. 
Theriault Major, laborer, b. 6 Phoenix corp. 
Thomas Bridget, emp. E. Mfg. Co., res. Sylv(^ster Thomas 
Thomas Francis X., carpenter, h. Fredonian, c. I'iioenix 
Thomas Joseph, carpenter, h. Nashua, n. Shaker rd. 
Thomas Judie, widow Guillaume, res. Sylvester Thomas 
Thomas Sylvester, weaver, h. Front, c. Phoenix 
Thompson Edward R., cooper, h. Great rd. 
Thompson Joseph P., mason, h. off Townsend rd. 

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Thompson William E., teamster, res. Joseph P. Thompson 

Thouen Charles, operative, b. Ovila Thouen 

Thouen Marie Eva, housekeeper, res. Ovila Thouen 

Thouen Ovila, trackman, h. Phoenix, n. Fredonian 

Thouen Rose, twister, res. Ovila Thouen 

Tilden Carrie E., widow George W., res. Mrs. C. A. Edgarton 

Tolman James P., pres. S. C. Works, h. Benjamin rd., also West 

Newton, Mass. 
Toms Annie A Mrs., h. Parker rd.; p. o. 8. C. 
Torrey Edward H., chaffuer, h. Center rd., n. Munson av. 
Trefethen Charles W., jobber, h. Groton rd. 
Tucker Mary J., widow Joseph A., res. Mrs. Kate E. Hazen 
Tuttle Annie B., res. Shaker tillage 



Vancellette George, flagman and shoemaker, Fredonian, e. Main 

h. do. 
Vancellette Harry A., emp. E. Mfg. Co., h. Catacunemaug rd. 
Vancellette Joseph, h. Catacunemaug rd. 

Vancellette Josephine, emp. E. Mfg. Co., res. Joseph Vancellette 
Vancellette Marie L., emp. E. Mfg. Co., res. Joseph Vancellette 
Viens Phillipe, laborer, res. Joseph Tessier 
Vilkys Antonas, operative, b. George Sideleau 2nd. 



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Wadswcn'th May Mrs., stitcher, b. The Brookside 

Walsh Bernice M., stitcher, res. Catharine Kane 

Walsh John G., moulder, b. 2 Fredonian 

Ward J. Walker, R. F. D. carrier, h. Clark, n. Patterson rd. 

Warner Adeloza, widow Alvah A., h. Davis 

Warner Sarah J., widow Ezra, res. A. E. Felch 

Warren Lewis L., dentist (Leominster) and INLnin, h. do. 

Weare Charles H., jr., civil engineer, S. C. AVorks, h. Center 

rd., c. Main 
Weeks Fred D., carbonizing works, Leominster rd., h. Chapel, 

c. Mill 
Wells George S., livery sta1)ie and wood dealer, Fredonian, c. 

Main, h. do. 
West Gideon C., farmer, h. Hazon rd., n. Great rd. 
Wheeler, see Ciiaron 

Wheeler Clifton N., freight clerk, B. cV' M., h. at Fitchburg, Mass. 
Wheeler Frank, weaver, b. Jerome Wheeler 

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Wheeler Frank H., trav. f's't. agt., h. South, c. Lancaster rd. 

Wheeler Hector, cooper, b. Leominster rd. 

Wheeler Jerome, teamster, h. end Leominster rd. 

Wheeler Ralph S., bookkeeper, b. Samuel B. Scott 

Whitaker Thomas E., machinist, h. Chapel, n. Porter 

White A. Sanford, basket maker, h. Hazen rd. 

WHITE CHARLES R., groceries, etc., Front, opp. R. R. station, 

h. Main 
White Elbridge G., basket maker, h. Hazen rd., n. Walker rd. 
White Frank B., farmer, h. Center rd., abv. Munson av. 
White Willard G., laundry, h. Center rd. 
Whiteley Mary A. Mrs., res. Shaker village 
Wilbur William H., agt. B. & M. R. R., and Nat'l Express Co., 

h. Center rd., n. Davis 
Wilkins William, farmer, h. Lawton rd., n. Great rd. 
Will Erna, res. John H. Will 
Will John H., weaver, h. Mill, n. Fredonian 

Williams A. Leroy, teacher, high school, b. Robert us Colburn 
Willis Edna R., stitcher, res. William Willis 
Willis Herman E., student, res. William Willis 
Willis William, h. Great rd., opp. Longley rd. 
Wilson Charles W., meat cutter, Geo, E. Harlow, h. Harvard rd. 
Wilson George H., machinist, res. Charles Wilson 
Wilson George, teamster, h. Mt. Henry rd. 
Wilson Horatio L., retired, res. Charles Wilson 
Wilson Newton, supt. S. C. Works, h. Chapel, n. Washington 
Wilson Warren B., h. Clark rd., n. Patterson rd. 
Wineburg Louis, braider, h. 2 Phoenix corp. 
Winslow Grace Chilton, res. Mrs. Grace E. Winslow 
Winslow Grace E., widow John, h. Brown rd., n. Hazen rd. 
Winslow Harriet P., res. Helen M. Winslow 
Winslow Helen M., author, h. Hazen rd., c. Benjamin rd. 
Winterbottom Edmund B., weaver, h. Kittredge rd., n. Great rd. 
Winterbottom Welcome L, laborer, h. Kittredge rd.. n. Great rd. 
Wirtancn Ann, dometsic, Mrs. C. A. Edgarton 
Wolff Charles W., supt. E. Mfg. Co., h. Mill. n. Fredonian 
Wolff William C, h. Haskell 

Wood Arthur, coachman, Charles W. Marshall, res. do. 
Wood Moses, farmer, h. Sciuannacook rd. ' 
Worcester Alice R., res. George W. Worcester 
Worcester George W., farmer, h. Parker rd.,; p. o. S. C. 
Wright Alice L., widow Dr. Walter, lil)ra;iaii, li. Chapel, n. 

Phoenix 
Wyman Frederick A., paiiiU r. Ii. \\'liiln! v -M.,: p . o. S. (\ 
Wyrzald Michael, Ihiislur, b. S. I'hoc nix corp. 
Wytikenicz Joseph, braider, b. S Piioenix corp. 



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Livery, Fesd, Sale and Boarding Stable 
Walker Pond Ice Delivered as Ordered TOWNSEND, 
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Young William W., painter, h. Harvard rd. 



Zacowicz Waelan, braider, b. 4 Phoenix corp. 



In 

Use 
For 




Over 

Filly 

Years 



DR. TRUE'S ELIXIR 

As a reliable family tonic, in all complaints of the stomach, liver or 
bowels, especially constipation, Dr. True's Elixir stands without an equal; it 
is a pure veg-etable compound with a wonderfully successful record since 1S51. 
Adults as well as children are tronbled with ivorms. The symptoms 
arfe : Indigestion, with a variable appetite ; foul tongue, offensive brtath, 
hard and full belly, with occasional gripings and pains about the naval; 
eye!?heavy and dull, itching of the nose, short, dry cough ; grinding of the 
teeth, starting during sleep ; slow fever, and often in children, convulsions 
and bed wetting. 

A few doses of Dr. True's Elixir will expel the worms if there are any": if not it acts 
as a gentle laxative tonic, clearing the stomach and bowels of all waste matter, leaving 
these organs sweet and clean— it increases the appetite, causing pure life-giving blood to 
flow through the body, thus invigorating the whole system with rugged, robust health. 
If taken regnlarly it will prevent conghs, colds fevers and worms. 

Sold by druggists, 86c, 50c, $1.00. Write for booklet, " Chiidren and Their Diseases." 
DR. J. F. TRUE &. CO., Auburn, Me. 



277 Main St., 



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good. 



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APPRALSER— LYNCH M. ANDREW, Center rd., c. Hazen 
(See p. 26) 

ARCHITECTS— MARSH & SON, Hazen rcL, (See p. 26) 

ARTESIAN AND DRIVEN WELLS— HOOPER FOREST 
CO., Main, opp. R. R. station (See p. 27) 

AUCTIONEER— LYNCH M. ANDREW, Center rd., c. 
Hazen (See p. 26. 

BARBER — Richardson James E., Main, opp. R. R. station 

BASKET MFR.— HARDON FRANK R., Great rd. (See p. 
28) 

BILLIARD AND POOL ROOM— MORIN ABEL, Page, 
n. Mill (See p. 26) 

BLACKSMITHS— H olden Nelson A., Main, n. R. R. station; 
Miner, Charles H., Church 

BOARDING HOUSE— GLEASON NORA A. MRS., 13 
Phoenix corp. 

BOOT AND SHOEMAKER— Vancellette George, Main, c. 
Fredonian 

BOWLING ALLEY— MORIN ABEL, Page, n. Mill (See p. 
26) 
BROOM MFR.— Lonlgev Charles A., Center rd.; p. o. S. C. 

CARBONIZING WORKS— W^eeks Fred D., Leominster rd. 

CARPENTERS— Colburn N. Otis, Horse Pond rd. ; Dudley 
Frank P., Clark rd., c. Main; Harold James H., Haskell; Harris 
Ernest L., Lancaster rd.; MARSH tt SON, Hazen rd. (See p. 
26); Sargent Charles, Lancaster rd.; Sawtell Henry W., Front, 
n. Depot; Sticknev John H.. Little Turnpike 

CIGARS AND TOBACCO— BROCKELMAN BROS., Main, 
opp. Center rd. (Se p. 27); MORIN ABEL, Page. n. Mill (See p. 
26) 

COAL AND WOOD— Hazen cV: Nickless, Leominster rd. 

CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS— MARSH ct SON, Hazen 
rd. (See p. 26); Parker Amos L., Chapel, n. Porter 

COOPER — Fairbanks Granville, Leominster rd. 

CORDAGE MFRS.— Sampson Cordage Works, Shaker rd. 

DENTISTS— Bowthorpe Samuel T., (h-oton; Warren Lewis 
L.. Main, n. Front (also. Leominster, Mass.) 

DESIGNERS— MARSH cV: SON. Hazen rd. (See p. 26) 



If our clerk calls to talk to you 
277 Mam St, ^1,^^^ gygg^ ^oj^.j ^e afraid to let '59 Merrimack St., 

„ „ him in, he's a gentleman. 

NASHUA. N. H THE BABBITT CO., OPTICIANS Lowell, mass. 



142 SHIRLEY DIUKCTOUV 



DRUGGISTS— BROCKELMAN BROS., Main, opp. Center 
rd. (See p. 27) 

DRY GOODS— Conant Bros, c^- Co., :\Iain. c. Church; FARRAR 
JOHN W., Center rd.; p. o. S. C. 

EXPRESS— National Express Co., WilHam H. AVilbur, agt.. 
at station. 

FARMERS — Adams George H., Squannacook rd.; Andrews 
Charles H., Groton rd.; Andrews Orsamus W., Groton rd.; Bar- 
nard William E., Parker rd., p. o. S. C. ; Bartlett Daniel, Clark 
rd.; Carey Daniel W., Brown rd. ; p. o. S. C; Clark Hiram S., 
Townsend rd. ; Colburn Robertiis F.. Center rd.; Crowe John, 
LaA\i:on rd. ; Cummings Arthur R., Little Turnpike, p. o. S. C; 
Diephuis Albert, Parker rd. ; p. o. S. C. ; Evans J. Otis, Warren 
rd.; GRAVES NORMAN R., Brown rd., p. o. S. C; Haraday 
Oscar F., Little Turnpike; Hatch Howard A., Longley rd. ; 
Holden Charles S., Garrison rd.; Holden George, Clark rd.; 
Holden Herbert, Hazen rd.; p. o. S. C; Holden John R., Center 
rd., p. o. S. C; Jenkins Edgar A., Garrison rd.; Johnson Henry 
C.,''Little Turnpike, p. o. S. C. ; Kemp Frank E., Great rd.; Long- 
ley Melvin W., Center rd., p. o. S. C. ; McCormack William, 
Groton rd.; Miller Edward J., Parker rd., p. o. S. C; Neat Wil- 
liam R., Groton rd.; Parker Emerson S., Valley rd.; Shaker 
eommunitv, Wilds rd.; Stevens Edward J., Townsend rd.; West 
Gideon C.,"^ Hazen rd.; White Frank B., Center rd.; Wilkins Wil- 
liam, Lawton rd.; Wood Moses, Sciuannacook rd.; Worcester 
George W., Parker rd., p. o. S. C. 

FIRE DEPT. SUPPLIES— LONGLEY SAVILLION W., 
Maple, n. I. O. O. F. hall 

GARTER MFRS. — Edgarton C. A. Mfg. Co., Leominster rd. 

FRUIT DEALERS— BROCKELMAN BROS., Main, opp. 
Center rd. (See p. 27); Holden Seth R. (raiser), Parker rd., p. o. 
S. C. ; Lawton Alvin S., Parker rd., p. o. S. C. 

GRIST MILL— Ballou Gilbert M., Leominster rd. 

GROCER :S. Conant Bros cV- Co., Main, c. Church; DesCot- 
teaux Joseph, Fredonian; FARRAR JOHN W., Center rd. ; 
p. o. S. C; HARLOW GEORGE E. (fancy) Mill, n. post-office 
(See p 27)- LePagc Charles. 9 Fredonian; Peaslev Herbert 0., 
Main, c. Fredonian; WHITE CHARLES R., Main. opp. R. R. 

""^ HOT AIR, HOT WATER AND STEAM HEATING— HOOF 



ER FOREST CO., Main, opp. R. R. station (See p. 27) 

HOTELS— DAVIS HOUSE, Charles E. Haskins, jn-op., 
Davis (See ]>. 26); The Brookside. Ehner P. Spaulding. prop. 

Main 

ICE DEALl'^R— Holden Homer P., Center rd., p. o. b. I. 



We not only grind our OWN M»rr;.^.rt <!t 

277 Main St.. leases but we'll be glad to grind ^59 Merrimack St., 

YOURS 

NASHUA. N.H. THE BABBITT CO., OPTICIANS ^°^^^^^^^-. 



JAMES LFARRIIR, 



Enibalme;- and Funeral Director > 
Flowers Furnished at Short Notice TOWNSEND 
Telephone. Residence, 9-3; Stable, 9-2 MASS. 



SHIRLEY DIRECTORY. 143 



INSURANCE AGT.— LONGLEY SAVILLION W., (fire and 
life) Maple, n. I. O. 0. F. luall 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— George H. Ely, Herman S. 
Hazen. John E. L. Hazen, S. LeRov Longlev, M. ANDREW 
LYNC^H (See p. 26), D. Cheter Parsons. 

KITCHEN FURNISHING GOODS— HOOPER FOREST 
CO., Main, opp. R. R. station, (See p. 27) 

LAWYER— Parsons D. Chester, Center rd. 

LUMBER DEALERS— Ballon Gilbert M.. Leominster rd.; 
Farnsworth Louis J., Great rd. ; HARDON FRANK R. (North- 
ern hard and soft). Great rd., (See p. 28) 

MARBLE WORKER — Brown James F., Main, n. R. R. 
station 

MILK DEALERS— GRAVES NORMAN R., Brown rd.; 
Holden Herbert, Hazen rd.; Shaker community, Wilds rd. ; 

MOP MFRS.— Shaker community. Wilds rd. 

NEWSDEALER— HAZEN KATE E. MRS.. Depot sq. 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Elmer H. Allen, Charles K. Bolton, 
John E. L. Hazen, D. Chester Parsons, 

NURSE— BRUSO ANNIE E. MRS., Benjamin rd. 

OPTICIANS— BABBITT CO., THE, 277 Main, Nashua, N. 
H., and 159 Merrimack, Lowell (See foot lines) 

PAINTERS — Proxost Augustus, Center rd. ; Wyman Frederick 
A., Whitney rd., p. o. S. C. 

PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES— BROCKELMAN BROS., 
(Eastman's), Main, opp. Center rd. (See p. 27) 

PHYSICIANS— LILLY THOMAS E., Church; Pierce Charles 
J., Chapel 

PLUMBERS— HOOPER FOREST CO., Main, opp. R. R. 
station (See p. 27) : 

POULTRY RAISERS— McCormack William F., Groton rd.; 
Worcester George W., Parker rd., p. o. S. C. 

PRODUCE DEALERS— Brown William H., Lancaster rd. ; 
HARLOW GEORGE E. Mill, n. ])ost-ofhce (See p. 27); RICH- 
ARDSON J. TELL. Leominster rd. ; 

PROVISION DEALER— HARLOW (JEORGE E.. Mill, n. 
])ost-office (See p. 27) 

REAL P:STATE AGT.— LYNCH M.ANDREW, Center nl., 
c. Hazen rd. (See p. 26) 

SHEET METAL WORKERS— HOOPER FOREST (^O., 
Main, opp. R. R. station (See p. 27.) 

SHINGLE AND .STAVE MFR.— HARDON FRANK R... 
Great rd. (See p. 28)- . ' ■ - ■ '• 

Good vision for many depends on 
277 Mam St., good glasses. i59 MerrimacH §t., 

NASHUA. N. H. THE BABBITT CO., OPTICIANS ^^^^^^ ^^ 



JAMES LFARRIIR, 



Livery, Feed, Sale and Boarding Stable 

Walker Pond Ice Delivered as Ordered TOWNSEND, 

Telephone, Residence, 9-3; Stable, 9-2 MASS. 



144 SHIRLEY DIRECTORY. 

SHODDY MFRS.— Gould Mfg. Co., off Catacunemaug rd. 

STABLES— HASKINS CHARLES E., (sale and exchange), 
Davis; Parker Amos L., Chapel, n. Porter; Wells George S., 
Fredonian 

STATIONER— HAZEN KATE E. MRS., Depot sq. 

STOVES, RANGES AND FURNACES— HOOPER FOREST 
CO., Main, opp. R. R. station (See p. 27) 

SUSPENDER MFGRS.— C. A. Edgarton Mfg. Co., Leomins- 
ter rd. 

TEACHERS OF MUSIC— Farnsworth Bessie V., Great rd.; 
Colburn Edward F., Center rd. 

TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANIES— NEW 
ENGLAND TELEPHONE cV- TELEGRAPH CO., Main, opp 
R. R. station (See p. 30); Western Union Telegraph Co., station. 

UNDERTAKER— Brown James F., Main, n. R. R. station 

WOOD DEALERS— Ballon Gilbert M., Leominster rd.; Le 
Page Charles, 9 Fredonian; Wells George S. Fredonian. 



A. CLARENCE JOSSELYN, 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE 

LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE 
POST OFFICE, MAIN STREET. 

Townsend Harbor, Massachusetts. 



C, W. LANE, 



DEALER IN 



Flour, Grain, Feed, Poultry Supplies 
and Stock Foods. 

Main and South St., : : Townsend Harbor. 



Headaches are cured by glasses not 
277 Main St.. medicine, in many cases. ^59 Mernmack St. 

NASHUA. N. H. THE BABBITT CO., OPTICIANS Lowell, mass. 



ADVERTISEMENTS 145 



CLARENCE STICKNEY, HENRY A. HILL, 

President. Cashier. 



THE 
TOWNSEND NATIONAL BANK 

Main St., Townsend, Mass. 



CAPITAL, $100,000 

SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $50,000 



Accounts of Corporations and Individuals Given careful 
Attention. 



CLARENCE STICKNEY. 

Manufacturer of and Dealer in 

Cooperage Stock, Chestnut and 
Pine Kegs. 

Flour, Hay, Grain, Coal, Wood, 
Lumber, Shingles, Faroid Roofing, 
Clapboards, Laths, Sawdust, Etc. 

Wlaio Slfeet, : : West Townseod, Mass. 



146 ADVERTISEMENTS 



F. B. HIGGINS. 

PHARMACIST 






A full line of Drug Store Goods, Candy, Soda and Cigars. Edison 

Phonographs and Records. Cameras and Supplies. 

Sherwin-Williams Paints 

Townsend Directory at Store. Public Telephone. 

TOWNSEND, : : : MASS. 

BEST LOW 

GOODS PRICES 

I. P. SHERWIN & CO. 

AT THE BAZAR. 

Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Boots and Shoes, 
Drugs, Medicines and General Merchandise. 

TELEPHONE CONNECTION S005-2. 

WEST TOWNSEND, - MASSACHUSETTS. 

B. & A. D. FESSENDEN CO. 

Manufacturers of and Dealers in 

COOPERAGE and LUMBER 

FLOUR. 

HAY, 

GRAIN. 

COAL, WOOD AND SHINGLES. 



Depot Square, Townsend, Mass, 

TELEPHONE CONNECTION. 



TOWNSEND DIRECTORY 147 



TOWNSEND, MASS. 



In Middlesex county, 46 miles northeast of Boston on the 
Greenville branch, Fitchburg Division, B. & M. R. R. Three 
stations, all post-offices. West Townsend, Townsend and Town- 
send Harbor. Stage route from West Townsend to Ashby. 
The town was incorporated June 29. 1732. Population, in 
1905, 1772. No license. The principal manufacturing indus- 
try, employing about 200 hands, is the B. & A. D. Fessenden Co. 
cooperage and lumber plant. 

TOWNSEND TOWN OFFICERS i9o7. 

Annual town meeting first Monday in April. General offices 
at Town House, Main st. 

Selectmen, Assessors, Overseers of Poor, and Board of 
Health — Dr. Henry B. Boynton, West T.; A. Clarence Jossel3'-n, 
T. Harbor; Henry H. Jennerson, Townsend. 

Tow^N Clerk and Treasurer — George A. Wilder. 

Auditors — Dr. Albert J. Atwood, T. James Harvey, Timothy 
Flarity. 

Tax Collector — Albert S. Howard. 

Constables — Michael O'Brien, chief; Fred A. Patch, West 
T.; F. J. Knight, T. Harbor 

HiGHw^\Y Surveyors — Asa K. Tyler, Thomas Smith, John 
P. Donovan 

Park Commissioners — Charles F. Worcester, William A. Rus- 
sell, Alfred N. Fessenden 

Agent for Board of Health — George A. Wilder 

Chief of Police — Michael O'Brien 

Tree Warden — Joel F. Cook, T. Harbor 

Inspector of Animals — Charles B. Shaw 

FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

Station, Elm Street 

Engineers — Frederick J. Piper, chief; A. H. Richards, stew- 
ard; Richard J. Hargraves, Engineer 

Squanicook Steamer Company, No.l — Townsend, 12 men. 
A. P. Bliss, foreman 

Eclipse Engine Company, No. 2 — West T., 35 men. H. L, 
Stickney, foreman 

. What's the use of knocking, let the 

277 Main St., ^^1^^^ fgu^^ ^1^ j^jg WORST, we'll '59 Merrimack St.. 

».o,,^. „ TT do our BEST to please your eyes. 

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148 TOWXSEND DIRECTORY 



SCHOOL DEPARTMENT. 

Committee — Julian W. Eastman, chairman; Charles F. Wor- 
cester, George A. Wilder, Alex. Reed, West T.; Vernal Barber, 
Charles F. Haynes, Albert S. Howard, George L. Whitcomb, 
Carl B. Williard, West T. Meets at 8 p. m. first Monday of each 
school month. 

Superintendent of Schools — Fairfield Whitney, office at 
Center School bldg. Hours from 3:30 to 4.10 p. m.. Tuesdays 
each school week. 

Truant Officers— Michael O'Brien, F. A. Patch, West T.; 
F. J. Knight, T. Harbor 

High School — Center School bldg., Highland c. School Sts., 
Norvall B. Spinney, prin.; Edith A. Barr, ass't. 

Center Grammar — Highland c. School sts., Ada C. Cheever 
Intermediate "A" — Highland c. School sts.*, Clara A. Craig 
Intermediate "B" — Highland c. School sts., Martha E. Har- 
rington 

Center Primary — Highland c. School sts., Ethel E. Proctor 
West T. Grammar — Main st., Wilda L. Vose 
West T. Primary — Main st., Lucy H. Brooks 
T. Harbor— Main St., Mary E. Archer 
North End — Main st.. Vera M. Robbins 

CHURCHES. 

Baptist — Main st., West T. supplied. Sunday services; morn- 
ing 10:45 a. m. Sunday School, noon; evening, 6:30 p. m. Prayer 
meeting Thursday, 7:30 p. m. 

Congregational — Church st.. Rev. Fosdick Harrison, pastor, 
Main st. Sunday services: morning, 10;45 a. m. ; Sunday school, 
noon ; evening, 6:30 p. m. Prayer meeting, Thursday, 7:30 p. m. 

Methodist Episcopal — Highland st. Supplied. Sunday 
service: morning, 10:45 a. rri. ; Sunday school, noon; evening, 
6:30 p. m. Prayer meeting, Thursday, 7:30 p. m. 

St. John's Roman Catholic — School st. Rev. Thomas G. 
Coghlan, pastor (40 Tarbell st., East Pepperell, Mass.) Sunday 
services, alternately 8 and 10:30 a. m. Regular services Holy 
days. 

CEMETERIES. 

Commissioners — Henry B. Hildreth, Albert S. Howard ; Wil- 
bur L. Sherwin, West T. 

Highland Street — Townsend Center. James L. Farrar, 
sexton 

Canal Street, West T. Justin C. Hodgman, sexton 

Read the foot-lines in this direc- 
277 Main St., ^ory ; they mean business for us ^59 Memmack St.: 

and benefit for you. T^Trrt^rr ,,.oo 

NASHUA. N. H. XHE BABBITT CO., OPTICIANS Lowell, mass. 



JAISLFARIIAR, 



Embalmer and Funeral Director 
Flowers Furnished at Short Notice TOWNSEND, 

Telephone, Residence, 9-3; Stable, 9-2 MASS. 



TOAVNSEND DIRECTORY 14:9 



PUBLIC LIBRARY. 

TowNSEND Town Library— Memorial Hall, Main .st. Trustees, 
Evelyn L. Warren; Oliver Proctor,T. Harbor; Charles F. Worces- 
ter. Open Mondays, 6 to 8 p. m., Tuesdays 4 to 6 p. m., and Sat- 
urdays, 2 to 6 p. m. Books are sent to West Townsend on each 
Saturday afternoon. Miss Alice V. Seaver is the custodian. De- 
livery station at L P. Sherwin & Co.'s store. Evelyn L. Warren, 
librarian, Alice V. Seaver, ass't at West T. 

INSTITUTIONS, CLUBS AND SOCITIES. 

Coopers' International Union — Local Lodge No. 96. Milo 
Spaulding, sec. 

Memorial Association — John M. Campbell, pres.; Levi T. 
Parker, sec. 

Townsend Brass Band — Edward Walker, mgr.. Main st., 
West T. 

Townsend Grange, No. 194 — Mrs. Clara C. Flarity, master; 
George A. Wilder, sec. 

Townsend Historical Society — Charles P. Haynes, pres. 

FRATERNAL ORDERS. 

E, A. Spaulding Rebekah Lodge, No. 124, I. O. O. F. — 
Meets in I. O. 0. F. hall. Center School bldg.. Highland st., 1st 
and 4th Fridays, 7:45 p. m. Mary E. Smith, sec. 

North Star No. 194, L O. O. F.— Meets in I. O. O. F. hall, 
Center School bldg.. Highland st., every Wednesday at 7:45 p. m, 
George A. Wilder, sec. 

POST OFFICES. 

Townsend. 

Mails open from — Greenville, N. H., 7:30 a. m. East and 
Boston, 9:38 a. m., 1:16 and 6.38 p. m. 

Mails close for — Boston and East and Way stations, 7:15 
a. m., 12:10, and 5:15 p. m.; Greenville, N. H., 6:30 p. m. 

Henry B. Hildreth, P. M., Lillian Hildreth, ass't P. M. 
Townsend Harbor. 

Mails open from — Greenville, N. H., 7:38 a. m.. East and 
Boston, 9:30 a. m., 6:30 p. m. 

Mails close for— Boston, East and Way Stations, 7:20 a. m., 
12:05 p. m.; Greenville, N. H., 6:20 p. m. 

A. Clarence Josselyn, P. M. 

277 Main St.. ^our eyes fitted at your own home ,5^ Merrimack St.. 
without extra charge. Write us 
NASHUA, N, H. when in need of optical work. LOWELL, MASS. 

THE BABBITT CO., OPTICIANS 



150 townsend directory 

West Townsend. 

Mails open from — Greenville, N. H., 7:20 a. m., East and 
Boston, 9:45 a. m., 6:50 p. m., Ashby, 9 p. m. 

Mails close for — Boston, East and Way stations, 7 a. m., 
12, m. Ashby, 10 a. m., and 7 p. m.; Greenville, N. H., 6:45 
p. m. 

Ivers P. Sherwin, P. M., Mabelle Patch, Ass't. P. M. 

INCORPORATED COMPANIES. 

Fessenden B. & A. D. Co. — Depot sq., Mfrs. cooperage and 
lumber. Robert G. Fessenden, pres., Anson D. Fessenden, vice- 
pres., Alfred N. Fessenden, treas., Julian W. Eastman, ass't. 
treas. 

Belgrade Rug Co. — Main, West T. Mfrs. rugs. Frank H. 
Ormsbry, pres. and treas. Head office, Hollis st., Boston, Mass. 

Spaulding J. & Sons Co. — Main st., T. Harbor. Mfrs. leather 
boards (heeling). Huntley Spaulding, pres. and gen'l. mgr.; 
Rollins Spaulding, treas., Leon Spaulding, other director 

BANK. 

Townsend National Bank — Main st. Capital, $100,000; 
surplus and profits, $50,000. Clarence Stickney, pres.;Henry A. 
Hill, cashier; E. Alonzo Blood, Carl B. Wilhard, tellers. Direc- 
tors: Clarence Stickney, Henry A. Hill, JulianW. Eastman, 
Alfred N. Fessenden, J. Fred Hill 

BLOCKS, BUILDINGS AND HALLS. 

Clement block. Main 

Engine hall. Elm 

Engine hall. Main, West. T 

Fessenden block, Main 

Flagg building, Elm 

Odd Fellows hall. Highland 

Osgood block, Main •■ 

Memorial hall. Main 

Seminary hall. Main, West T. 

TOWNSEND STREET DIRECTORY. 

Bow, from Main (Townsend) northeasterly to Highland 
Brook, from School (Townsend) to Brookline 
Brookline, from Main (Townsend) northeasterly to intersection 
of Townsend Hill rd. 

„ . ^ Don't blame the light when the „ . , ^, 

277 Main St.. gj^gg^g ^g at fa^lt 159 Mernmack SU 

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TOWNSEND DIRECTORY 151 

rianal. from Main (West T.) northerly to town line 

Cape corner, from residence of George Brown, South st., T. 
Harbor, to Shirley line 

Cross, from Fitchburg rd. (West T.) easterly to Elm 

Depot, from Main (Townsend) southwesterly to Fitchburg rd. 

Elm, from Main (Townsend) opp. School southwesterly to Fitch- 
burg rd. 

Elm, from Main (West T.) opp. Canal, southerly 

Fitchburg road, from intersection of Elm (Townsend) south- 
westerly to town line 

Highland, from bridge over Squanicook river (Townsend) 
northeasterly past School, Brookline, Bow and Smith 
towards T. Harbor 

Main, extending across the town easterly and westerly near its 
center and through the three villages 

Maple, from Bow southeasterly to Oak 

Oak, from Main (Townsend) northwesterly to cemetery 

Old Turnpike Road, from Main near Center bridge (Townsend) 
northeasterly to town line 

Park, from Highland, northeasterly 

School, from Center (Townsend) opp. Elm west of common to 
Brook 

South, from Main (T. Harbor) southerly to residence of George 
Brown 

Spaulding, from Main (T. Harbor) northeasterlv to Townsend 
Hill 

Smith, from Brookline (Townsend) to Highland 

Townsend Hill road, extension of Brookline to Spaulding (T. 
Harbor) 



For Names and Addresses 



To circularize anywhere 
in New England, 



Address 



G\iy RichoLrdson, 

40 STATE STREET, : : BOSTON, MASS. 



„ . „ Are you "out of sight?" If so . . . „ 

277 Main St., ■' consult '59 Merninack St. 

NASHUA, N H. XHE BABBITT CO., OPTICIANS ^owell, mass. 



JAMES LFHRRAR, 



Livery, Feed, Sale and Boarding Stable 
Walker Pond Ice Delivered as Ordered TOWNSEND, 
Telephone, Residence, 9-3; Stable, 9-2. MASS. 



152 TOWNSEND DIRECTORY 



TOWNSEND DIRECTORY. 



For Abbreviations see page 49. 

Special Abbreviations, B. & A. D,, B & A. D., Fessenden Co ; T. Harbor, Town 
send Harbor; West T., West Townsend. When the post-office is Townsend that word 
is omitted. All three offices have Rural Free Delivery routes as indicated. 



A 



Abbott Charles, emp. B. & A. D.,res. Main 

Adams Eliza, widow Alfred, res. Main 

Adams Franklin, carpenter, h. Main, West T. 

Adams George A., retired, h. Main, West T. 

Adams George, laborer, res. Main, West T. 

Adams Mary E., res. Cape corner, T. Harbor, R. F. D. 

Adams Quincy, farmer, h. Elm, West T. 

Adams Ransom B., farmer. Cape corner, T. Harbor, R. F. D. 

Adams Union S., lumber mfr., Elm, h. Main 

Allen Clarence, summer res., res. Townsend Hill nl., Townsend, 

R. F. D. 
Allen John R., summer res., h. Townsend Hill rd., Townsend, 

R. F. D. 
Allen Lillian, housekeeper, S. B. Allen, res. Brookline, Townsend, 

R. F. D. 
Allen S. Austin, cooper, U. S. Adams, h. Main 
Allen Stephen B., farmer, h. Brookline, Townsend, R. F. D. 
Allen Walter B., laborer, res. Brookline, Townsend, R . F. D. 
Anderson Gustav, farmer, h. Brookline, Townsend. R. F. D. 
Andrews Samuel, farrmer, h. Highland , 

Ano Joseph H., teamster, h. Main 
Arline Ellen, res. Depot sq. 
Arline John A., cooper, B. & A. D., h. Depot 
Arline Joseph R., emp. B. & A. D. res. Depot 
Arline Walter F., emp. B. & A. D. res. Depot 
Aspinwall Jacob E., cooper, B. & A. D., h. Bow 

« • c^ . The BEST is none too good for 

.77 Ma.n Street.. ^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^^^ .^ ^^^^ ,,, Merrhnack St.. 

NACHTTA N H ^^ ^i^h to scrvc you with. inwPTi mass 

NASHUA. N. H ^^^ BABBITT CO., OPTICIANS '°^^'''" '^''- 



TOWNSEXD DIRECTORY 153 

ATWOOD ALBERT J., physician, Brookline, h. do. (See adv. 
below) 

Dr. ALBERT J. ATWOOD, 

RESIDENCE, BROOKLINE STREET. 
Office Hours: Telephone 

12 to 2 p. m., 6 to 8 p. m. Connection. 

B 

Babcock George, retired, h. South, T. Harbor 

Ball Oren S., laborer, h. South, T. Harbor 

Ball Sarah, widow Ralph A., h. Bow 

Baldwin Elizabeth, widow George, h. Main 

Ballou Fred A., emp. U. S. Adams, h. Elm 

Ballou George A., farmer, h. Highland, Townsend, R. F. D. 

Barber David M., farmer, h. off Fitchburg rd., Townsend, R. F. D. 

Barber Orlando D., farmer, h. off Fitchburg rd., Townsend, 

R. F. D. 
Barber Vernal, farmer, h, Townsend Hill rdr, Townsend, R. F. D. 
Barnaby AVilliam B., farmer, h. off Fitchburg rd., Townsend, 

R. F. D. 
Barrett Edwin, sawyer, h. Highland 
Barrett Emily, widow Anson, h. Depot 
Batchelder George L., teamster B. & A. D., h. Main 
Baxter Joseph, farmer, h. Elm 
Beckford William A., farmer, h. Fitchburg rd., Townsend, 

R. F. D. 
Beckford William S., salesman, h. Fitchburg rd., Townsend, 

R. F. D. 
Beckonert George H., farmer, h. Townsend Hill rd., Townsend, 

R. F. D. 
Beckwith George C, emp. C. Stickney h. Main, West T. 
Bennett George H., student, res. Main, West T., R. F. D. 
Bennett Maria, res. Main, West, T., R. F. D. 
Bennett Thomas D., farmer, h. South, T. Harbor 
Bennett Walter, emp. C. Sticknev, h. Greenville rd., West T. 
Berard David T., emp. C. Stickney, h. Main, West T. 
Berry Frank A., laborer, h. Main 
JBlair Lewis K., farmer, h. Canal, West T. 
Blanchard Lewis, portable sawmill, Main, h. do. 
Bliss Arthur P., clerk, F. J. Tenney, h. Brookline 



We have a large stock — ^Two grinding plants 
277 Main St., — What for? For the purpose of serving you 159 Merrimack St., 
and your neighbors with lenses quickly and 

HASHUA. N. H. '^tSe BABBITT CO., OPTICIANS ^^^^^^' "^^^ 



154 TOWNSEND DIRECTORY 



Bliss Clifford, clerk, E. D. Bliss, res. Fitchburg rd. 
Bliss David, farmer h. So. Row, T. Harbor 
Bliss Edward D., provisions. Main opp hotel, h. Fitchburg rd. 
Blodgett George W., farmer, h. Main, T. Harbor 
Blood Alice, res. Fitchburg rd., Townsend, R. F. D. 
Blood Arthur P., engineer U. S. Adams, h. Brookline 
Blood Byron, farmer, h. Fitchburg rd., Townsend, R. F. D. 
Blood E. Alonzo, teller, Nat'l Bank, h. School 
Blood Ida, res. Fitchburg rd., Townsend, R. F. D. 
Blood John B., farmer, h. Elm 
Blood John F., farmer, h. Elm 

Blood Lizzie, res. Fitchburg rd., Townsend, R,. F. D. 
Blood Moses, farmer, h. Fitchburg rd., Townsend, R. F. D. 
Blood Susie, res. Fitchburg rd., Townsend, R. F. D. 
Bodge James A., emp. Belgrade Rug Co., res. Main, West T. 
Bohanon Charles, cooper, U. S. Adams, h. Brookline 
Bond WiUiam H. H., farmer, h. Elm, West T. 
Booth William J., emp. B. & A. D., h. Brookline 
Borneman Everett B., emp. B. & A. D., h. Old Tunrpike rd. 
Bowen Leroy B., emp. C. Stickney, h. Fitchburg rd.. West T. 
Bowley Herbert F., cooper, B. & A. D., h. Fitchburg rd. 
Boyden Helen, widow Merrill, res. School 
Boynton Bertha J., res. Main, West T. 
BOYNTON HENRY B., physician. Main, h. do. West T. 
(See adv. below) 

Dr. HENRY B. BOYNTON, 

OFFICE HOURS : 10 a. m., to 2 p. m., and 6 to 8 p. m. 

Telephone 27-3. : : WEST TOWNSEND. 

Boynton Josephine, widow Royal B., res. Main, West T. 
Brackett Edwin R., farmer, h. Fitchburg rd., Townsend R. F. D. 
Brackett George H., farmer, h. Fitchburg, Townsend, R, F. D. 
Brogan Daniel, cooper, B. & A. D., h. Brookhne 
Brooks Eugene S., emp., Wilkinson's Stable, Main, res. do. West 

T. 
Brooks Harry E. H., farmer, h. North rd.. West T. 
Brown Charles R., emp. U. S. Adams, h. Main 
Brown Elizabeth, widow Benj., res. Cape corner, T. Harbor, 

R. F. D. 
Brown Frank W., emp. B. & A. D., h. Highland 
Brown George H., farmer, h. Cape corner, T. Harbor 

„ . ^^ For yoior eye troubles let this direc- „ . , ^^ 

377 Main St., \^^ '^^^^^ y^^ jj, 159 Merrimack St., 

RASHDA, N. H. txtTj 13 STiXHT^ f^n /^'DTTr'T a ivro LOWELL. MASS. 



THE BABBITT CO., OPTICIANS 



JAMES LFARRAR, 



Embalmer and Funeral Director 
Flowers Furnished at Short Notice TOWNSEND» 
Telephone, Residence, 9-3; Stable, 9-2 MASS. 



TOWNSEND DIRECTORY 155 

Brown George W., farmer, h. Townsend Hill rd., Townsend^ 

R. F. D. 
Brown Joseph H., farmer, h. Main, Townsend, R. F. D. 
Brown Nancy J., widow George P., res. Highland 
Brown Roy, emp. B. & A. D., h. Highland 
Brown Rufus T., teamster, h. Highland 
Bruce Wilbur L., salesman, h. Bow 

Bryant Harry A., farmer. Cape corner, T. Harbor, R. F. D. 
Buckley Henry E., poultry raiser, h. Main 
Burnstead Albert H., farmer, h. South, T. Harbor, R. F. D. 
Burgess Aureon, res. Smith 
Burgess Benjamin D., laborer, h. Main 
Burgess Ernest, emp. U. S. Adams, h. Main 
Burgess Grin, teamster, U. S. Adams, h. Maple 
Burgess Waldo S., student, res. Main 
Burgess Willis E., teamster, Townsend Hill rd., Townsend, R. F, 

D. 
Burke John, engineer J. Spaulding & Sons, h. South, T. Harbor 
Burtt Arthur E., tinsmith and hardware, Elm, h. Highland 
Bush William, cooper, B. & A. D., h. Bow 



Campbell Daniel, farmer, h. Townsend Hill rd., Townsend, R. F, 

D. 
Campbell Edgar E., farmer, h. Townsend Hill rd., Townsend, R. 

F. D. 
Campbell John M., laborer, h. Elm, West T. 
Campbell Morton A., farmer, h. Townsend Hill rd., Townsend^ 

R. F. D. 
Campbell Susie, res. Townsend Hill rd., Townsend, R. F. D. 
Carkin Charles, emp. J. Spaulding & Sons, h. Main, T. Harbor 
Carlsson Charles J., supt. Belgrade Rug Co., h. Elm, West T. 
CHANDLER LUTHER G., physician. Main, h. do. (See adv. 

below.) 

Dr. L. G. CHANDLER, 

Residence, Cor. Main and Depot Sts. 

OFFICE HOURS : TOWNSEND, MASS. 

7 to 9 a. m., 12 to 2 and 7 to 9 p. m. TELEPHONE CONNECTION. 



277 Main St., 159 Merrimack St., 

THE BABBITT CO., OPTICIANS. 

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Clark George E., retired, h. Main 

Clark John E., farmer, h. Main, West T. 

Clarke George G., emp. B. & A. D., h. Highland 

Clem Isaac, retired, h. Main 

Clement Lendall G., auctioneer and salesman, h. Oak. 

Coffey Daniel H., emp. U. S. Adams, h. Main 

Coffey John, emp. B. & A. D., h. Smith 

Coffey John 3rd, emp. B. & A. D., h. Brookline 

Coffey John M., farmer, h. Brookline 

Coffey Michael, carpenter, h. Main, West T. 

Coffey Stephen D., student, res. Brookline 

Coffey Thomas J., cooper, B. & A. D., h. Brookline 

Coffey Timothy, laborer, h. Brookline 

Colby Mark R., emp. B. & A. D., h. Oak 

Colson Wilbur E., carpenter, h. Main, T. Harbor 

Conant Frank E., farmer, h. Cape corner, T. Harbor, R. F. D. 

Conrad Foster, emp. B. & A. D., h. Maple 

Cook Ellis R., cooper, B. & A. D., h. Main 

Cook Joel S., farmer, h. Main, T. Harbor 

Cook Reuben S., retired clergyman, h. Canal, West T. 

Cooper Alexander D., painter, Cape corner, h. do., T. Harbor, R. 

F. D. 
Cooper William A., painter. Cape corner, h. do., T. Harobr, R, 

F. D. 
Copeland Richard F., cooper, B. & A. D., h. Fitchburg rd. 
Copeland Thomas G., teamster, U. S. Adams, h. Elm 
Copeland Thomas M., farmer, h. Fitchburg rd. Townsend, R. F. 

D. 
■Copeland William W., farmer, h. Fitchburg rd. Townsend, R. 

F. D. 
Corey Edward C, emp. B. & A. D., h. Fitchburg rd. 
Corkum Albert, emp. B. & A. D., h. Maple 
€owdry Henry C, emp. B. & A. D., h. Highland 
Cowdry Roy M., barber, h. School 
Cowdry William E., barber. Main, h. School 
Cram David, retired, h. School 
Craig Edward A., painter. Main, h. do.. West T. 
Creighton Hammond, emp. B. & A. D., h. Main 
Creighton William J., emp. B. & A. D., res. Main 
Cunningham Frank, emp. C. Stickney, h. Main, West T. 



Daley Frank, emp. B. & A. D., h. Maple 

Daniels Charles E., section hand, B. & M., h. Bow 

Daniels Onzo, emp. B. & A. D., res. Main 

„ . _ K you can't come to us about 

a77 Main St.. your eyes, write us about it and '59 Mcmmack St., 

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Davis Fred W., farmer, h. Elm, West T. 

Davis Ernest G., emp. D. S. Pratt, res. Main 

Davis Melvin, cooper, B. & A. D., h. Brookline 

DeWar Alexander, emp. Belgrade Rug Co., h. Main, West T. 

Dix Charles, farmer, h. Main, Townsend, R. F. D. 

Dix John, retired, h. Main, Townsend, R. F. D. 

Dixon Edward J., R. F. D. carrier, h. Old Turnpike rd., Townsend 

Dixon James A., farmer, h. Old Turnpike rd. 

Dobson John, cooper, B. & A. D., h. Highland 

Doherty John W., emp. B. & A. D.^ h. Main, T. Harbor 

Donovan Jerrv, farmer, h. off Fitchburg rd., Townsend, R. F. D. 

DONOVAN JOHN E., farmer, h. off Fitchburg rd., Townsend, 

R. F. D. 
Donovan Margaret, res. off Fitchburg rd,. Tow^nsend, R. F. D. 
Dresser Ida, res. Fitchburg rd., Townsend, R. F. D. 
Ducharme George, cooper, B. & A. D., h. Elm 
Ducharme Mary, widow John, h. Elm 

Dudley Charles, laborer, res. Cape corner, T. Harbor, R. F. D. 
Dudley William S., carpenter, h. Brookline 
Dustin Harry E., emp. B. & A. D., h. School 
Dustin John S., farmer, Main, Townsend, R. F. D. 
Dustin Walter, emp. J. Spaulding, res. Main, T. Harbor 
Dwinnels Edward, retired, h. Fitchburg rd., Townsend, R. F. D, 



Eastman George L., cooper, B. & A. D., h. Main 
Eastman Julian W., asst. treas. B. & A. D., h. Depot 
Eaton Amos L., cooper, U. S. Adams, h. Elm 
Eaton Andrew, farmer, h. Fitchburg rd., Townsend, R. F. D. 
Eaton Frank B., emp. U. S. Adams, h. Brookline 
Eldridge Richard T., bookkeeper, B. & A. D., h. Bow 
Eldridge Ellen G., widow, Horace, h. Highland 
Ells Leaverett, C. Stickney, h. Main, West T. 
ELY RICHARD S., physician. Main, West T., h. do. (See adv. 
below.) 

RICHARD S. ELY, M. D., 

OFFICE HOURS : Until 9 a. m., 1 to 3 and G to S p. m. 
TELEPHONE 23-11. 

West Townsend, : : : Massachusetts. 



Estes Eben, retired, h. Brookline 
Evans Daniel 0., farmer, h. Main 



Probably more than half the op- 
377 Main St, tj^^i ^^j-k in your town is done by '59 Merrimack S 

NASHUA ». H. THE BABBITT CO OPTICIANS ,„„,^,_ ^^^ 
Let us do your optical work. 



JAMES LFARRAR, 



Uvery, Feed, Sale and Boarding Stable 
Walker Pond Ice Delivered as Ordered TOWNSEHD, 
Telephone, Residence, 9-3; Stable, 9-2 MASS. 



158 TOWNSEND DIRECTORY 



Farnsworth Frank P., teamster, h. Main, West T. 

Farrar Frank, emp. B. & A. D., h. Depot 

Farrar Frank R., farmer, h. Main, West T. 

FARRAR JAMES L., livery stable and undertaker, Main, h. 

Elm (See top lines.) 
Farrar Herbert, clerk Park hotel, res. Main 
Farrar Stephen M., teamster, h. Main 
Farrar Walter D., teamster, h. Main 
Farwell Frank B., prop. Squanicook Hotel, Main, West T. 
Faun Frank W., carpenter, h. Elm, West T. 
Fealey Thomas, emp. C. Stickney, h. Main, West T. 
Felch Charles D., cooper, B. & A. D., h. Depot 
Felch Frank P., cooper, B. & A. D., h. Brookline 
Felch Harry C, cooper, B. & A. D., h. Oak 
Fessenden Alfred N., treas. B. & A. D., h. Main 
Fessenden Anson D. Vice Pres., B. & A. D., h. Main 
Fessenden Annie E., widow Albert, h. Highland 
FESSENDEN B. & A. D. CO., (Robert G. Fessenden, Alf re 1 

N. Fessenden, Anson D. Fessenden, and Julian W. Eas:- 

man) Mfrs. cooperage and lumber; retailers of grain, coil 

and wood, Depot sq. (See p. 146.) 
Fessenden George C, farmer, h. Spaulding, T. Harbor 
Fessenden Robert G., pres., B. & A. D., res. Main 
Field Ruben R., -farmer, h. Fitchburg rd., Townsend, R. F. D. 
Finegan John D., janitor, h. Main 
Flagg Eugene A., clothing dealer, Elm, h. do. 
Flarity Timothy E., bookkeeper, B. & A. D., h. Bow 
Fletcher Dana A., farmer, h. Spaulding, T. Harbor 
Floyd Lillian, widow William, h. Brook 
Floyd Percy, emp, U. S. Adams, h. School 
Foster Mary E., res. Main, West T. 
Francis Simon, farmer, h. Main, West T. 
Frazer M. Abbott, summer res., h. Townsend Hill rd., Townsend, 

R. F. D. 
French Joseph W., emp. B. & A. D., h. Brookline 
Frost Charlotte, widow Jessie W., res. South, T. Harbor 
Frye George M., paper hanger, h. Main, West T. 
Fuller Charles, painter, School, h. do. 



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TOWXSEXD DIRECTORY 159 



Gates Christopher, cooper, h. Brookline 

Gates George E., emp. B. & A. D., h. Main 

Gates George T., emp. B. & A. D., h. Brookline 

Gerrish Augustus A., nurse A. D. Fessenden, res. Main 

Gilchrist Edward M., horse trainer, h. Main 

Gilchrist Frank., emp. J. Spaulding & Sons, res. Spaulding, T. 

Harbor 
Gilchrist George, emp. B. & A. D., h. Main 
Gillis Samuel, cooper, B. & A. D., h. Depot 
Gilman Albert E., emp. B. & A. D., h. Brookline 
Gilmore D. Alfred, farmer, h. Brookline, Townsend, R. F. D, 
Gilson Annie, res. Highland 
Gilson Martha, res. Highland 

Godrey Amos C, emp. C. Stickney, h. Canal, West T. 
Going Edward B., cooper, B & A. D., res. Main 
Going John N., farmer, h. Main 
Goldthwaite Albert, painter. School, h. do. 
Goodwin Turner T., emp. B. & A. D., h. Smith 
Gorham Joseph, emp. U. S. Adams, h. Highland 
Graham John B., retired. Main 
Graves John D., cooper, B. & A. D., h. South 
Gray Adney, supt. J. Spaulding Sons, h. Main, T. Harbor 
Gray Harold, student, res. Main, T. Harbor 
Gray Myrtle, res. Main, T. Harbor 
Gray Willard, student, res. Main, T. Harbor 
Green Harlan F., retired, h. Brookline 
Green Patrick H., section hand, B. & M., h. Main 
Greeley William A., emp. B & A. D., h. Oak 
Greenleaf Alvah J., farmer, Brookline, Townsend, R. F. D. 
Greenleaf Charles H., farmer, Brookline, Townsend, R. F. D. 
Greenleaf Frank A., engineer, h. Fitchburg rd. 
Grimes Thomas H., farmer, h. Main 

Gurley William 0., laborer, h. Brookline, Townsend, R. F. D. 
Gwinn John D., cooper, emp. U. S. Adams, res. Main 



Hagan Charles M., engineer, J. Spaulding Sons, h. Main, T. Harbor 
Hale Williard F., farmer, h. Brookline, Townsend, R. F. D. 
Hall Charles P., teamster, B. & A. D., h. Main 
Hamilton Foster G., cooper, C. Stickney, h. Elm, West T. 
Hapgood Charles L., J. Spaulding Sons, h. Main, T. Harbor 

If our clerk calls to talk to you 
277 Mam St, ^1,^^^ ^y^g^ ^0^^,^ ^^ afraid to let ^59 Merrimack St.. 

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Hapgood John E., emp. C. Stickney, h. Main, West T. 

Hargraves Richard J., emp. B. & A. D., h. Main 

Harrington Daniel, emp. C. Stickney, h. Main, West T. 

Hart Nelson, emp. C. Stickney, h. Main, West T. 

Harrison Fosdick Rev., pastor, Cong, church, h. Main 

Hartford George H., Jr., emp. B. & A. D., h. School 

Harvey T. J. J., farmer, h. Main, T. Harbor ^ 

Harvey T. James, bookkeeper, B. & A. D., h. Bow. 

Hatch Andrew J., laborer, h. Canal, West T. 

Hathaway Henry B., emp. C. Stickney, h. Elm, West T. 

Haynes Ellen, res. Brookline , 

Hazzard Dora, res. South, T. Harbor 

Hazzard Horace, emp. J. Spaulding Sons, res. South, T. Harbor 

Hazzard Josephine, widow Horace C, h. South, T. Harbor 

Hebert Oliver, blacksmith, off old Turnpike rd., h. do. 

Hennesy Edward, emp. J. Spaulding Sons, h. Main, T. Harbor 

Heselton Franklin, emp. B. et A. D., h. Highland 

Heselton William F., yard foreman, B. & A. D., h. Highland 

HIGGINS FRANK B., druggist, Main, h. do. (See p. 146.) 

Higgins Marshall T., farmer, h. Main 

Hildreth Charles W., general store. Main, h. do. 

Hildreth George, laborer, h. Main 

Hildreth Henry B., postmaster, Main, h. Brookline 

Hildreth John P., cooper, h. Brookline 

Hildreth Lillian H., ass't postmaster, res. Brookline 

Hildreth Lizzie D., widow John L., h. Elm 

Hill Henry A., cashier, Nat'l Bank, h. Highland 

Hill Martha, widow Almon, h. old Turnpike rd. 

Hill Willard S., blacksmith, h. old Turnpike rd. 

Hinds Aron J., farmer, h. Fitchburg rd., Townsend, R. F. D. 

Hinds Ethel, res. Fitchburg rd., Townsend, R. F. D. 

Hinds Forestine, res. Fitchburg rd., Townsend, .R. F. D. 

Hobart Harry, emp. C. Stickney, h. Elm, West T. 

Hodgman Charles A., teamster, h. Elm, West T. 

Hodgman Harry, emp. Belgrade Rug Co., h. Main, West T. 

Hodgman John C, sexton, h. Elm, West T. 

Homer Charles, summer res., h. Main, West T. 

Hosley Charles A., emp. C. Stickney, h. Elm, West T. 

Howard Albert S., tax colletor, h. Highland 

Howard David, student, res. Highland 

Howard Lewis, student, res. Highland 

Hurley John T., tailor. Main, h. do. 

Huse Arthur, (Tow^nsend Corp. Broom Co.,) h. Main 



"We not only grind our OWN „ . , ^ 

277 Main St.. ^^^^^^ ^ut we'll be glad to grind '59 Memmack St., 

YOURS. 

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JAMES LFAma 



Enibalmer and Funeral Director 
Flowers Furnished at Short Notice TOWNSEND 
Telephone, Residence, 9-3; Stable, 9-2 MASS. 



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Jefts Frank R., laborer, h. Park 

Jefts Leander C., retired, h. Main 

Jellison Lula, widow, Fred, h. Main 

Jenkins Charles W., salesman, h. Fitchburg rd., Townsend, R. F. 

D. 
Jenkins Edwin, farmer, h. Fitchburg rd, Townsend, R. F. D. 
Jennerson Chailes T., farmer, h. Main, Townsend, R. F. D. 
Jennerson George C, cooper, h. Fitchburg rd. 
Jennerson George H., cooper, U. S. Adams, h. Fitchburg 
Jennerson Henry H., cooper, B & A. D., h. Fitchburg 
Jennerson John L., farmer, h. Fitchburg rd. 
Jennerson Newton, farmer, h. Fitchburg rd., Townsend, R. F. D. 
Johnson George A., farmer, h. Fitchburg rd., Townsend, R. F. D. 
Johnson West, emp. J. L. Farrar, res. Main 
Jones George L., farmer, h. Cape corner, T. Harbor, R. F. D. 
JOSSELYN A. CLARENCE, general store and postmaster, 

Main, T. Harbor, h. do. (See p. 144.) 

K 

Kaddy Ernest, cooper, C. Stickney, h. Main, West T. 

Kaddy George, cooper, C. Stickney, res. Main, W. T. 

Kaddy Ray, emp. C. Stickney, h. Main, West T. 

Kane Frank, Belgrade Rug Co., h. Elm, West T. 

Keefe Michael, foreman, H. Kelly, h. Main, T. Harbor 

Keenan Clifford, emp. A. Spaulding Sons, h. Main, T. Harbor 

Kelbry Harry L., farmer, h. Main, T. Harbor 

Kelley Francis, Belgrade Rug Co., h. Main, West T. 

Kemp Warren, cooper, U. S. Adams, h. Main 

Kendall George H., farmer, h. Townsend Hill rd., Townsend, R. F. 

D. 
Kilburn Nancy S., res. Brookline 
King Abel, emp. B & A. D., h. Brookline 
King Albert, emp. B. & A. D., h. Main 
King Charles, teamster, B & A. D., h. Main 
King Clarence, teamster, B. & A. D., h. Brook 
King George E., farmer, h. Main, West T. 
King George, emp. B . ct A. D., h. Brookline 
King James, farmer, h. Elm, West T. 

. . „ Good vision for many depends on 

277 Main St., good glasses. 159 Merrimack St.. 

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JAMES LFllfiRa 



Livery, Feed, Sale aud Boarding Stable 

Walker Pond Ice Delivered as Ordered TOWNSEND, 

Telephone, Residence, 9-3; Stable, 9-2 MASS. 



102 TOWNSEND DIRECTORY 

King Lucy M., widow, Stephen, h. Depot 

King William A., emp. B. & A. D., h. Brookline 

King William D., farmer, h. Elm, West T. 

Knight Frank J., blacksmith, Main, h. do., T. Harbor 

Knight Jessie, widow Edward, h. School 



LaFomitain Clarence J., farmer, h. Cape corner, T. Harbor, R. 

F. D. 
Lancey Rodney, student, res. School 
Lancev Roswell A., mechanic, h. School 
LANE CYRUS W., grain dealer, Main and South, h. Main, T. 

Harbor, (See p. 144.) 
Lane George W., farmer, h. Main, T. Harbor 
Lawrence Benj., grocery clerk, h. Elm, West T. 
Lawrence Ellis, shoemaker, Main, h. do. 
Lawrence Herman W., grocery clerk, h. Elm, West T. 
Lawrence Joseph, retired, h. Main 
Lawrence Oren, mason, h. Elm, West T. 

Lawrence William M., general store, Main, h. Elm, West T. 
Laws Byron H., farmer, h. Townsend Hill rd.,Townsend, R.F.D. 
Laws Chester, emp. B. & A. D., res. Townsend Hill rd., Townsend, 

R. F. D. 
Laws James, laborer, res. Townsend Hill rd., Townsend, R. F. D. 
Laws Hattie, res. Townsend Hill rd., Townsend, .R. F. D. 
Laws Mary, res. Townsend Hill rd., Townsend, R. F. D. 
Leadbetter Mark S., farmer, h. Cape corner, T. Harbor, R. F. D. 
Leahey John, emp. J. Spaulding Sons, h. Main, T. Harbor 
Leamy Thomas, emp. B. & A. D., h. Main 
Lees Emily, widow Joseph, h. Main, West T. 
Legay Elden, emp. B. & A. D., h. Brookline 
Legay William, emp. B. & A. D., res. Brookline 
Leonard William A., emp., U. S. Adams, h. Brook 
Leve Ellen, widow, Joseph, h. Main, West T. 
Lithgrow Peirce, farmer, h. Townsend Hill rd., Townsend, R. F. 

D. 
Lovering N. Oscar, cooper, C. Stickney, h. Elm, West T. 

M 

Manchester Arthur J., mfr., washtubs. Main, h. do., West T. 
Manchester John, cooper, C. Stickney, h. Main, West T. 

Headaches are cured by glasses not „ • , o 

277 Main St., medicine, in many cases. ^59 Memmack St.. 

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Manning Boardman, retired, h. Main, West T. 

Manning Oren T., farmer, h. old Turnpike, West T. 

Markham Daniel F., laborer, h. Smith 

Marshall Irving K., mason, h. Main, West T. 

Marshall S. Otis, mason, Main, h. do. 

Mason Louis, emp. J. Spaulding Sons, h. Cape corner, T. Harbor, 

R. F. D. 
Maurer Charles, emp. Belgrade Rug Co., Main, West T. 
Maurer John, emp. Belgrade Rug Co., h. Main, West T. 
Maynard Leander, blacksmith, Main, h. Brookline 
Maynard Wallis L., blacksmith, h. Brookline 
McCutchen Joseph, emp. B. & A. D., h. Main 
McDormond Charles T., blacksmith. Main, h. Elm, West T. 
McEllegott Inez, student, res. Main, West T. 
McEllegott Louise, widow James, h. Main, West T. 
McEllegott Richard, auctioneer, h. Elm, West T. 
McEnrue John, emp. Belgrade Rug Co., h. Main, West T. 
McGuire, N. Joseph, cooper, B. & A. D., h. Oak 
McGuire Thomas, emp. J. Spaulding Sons, h. South, T. Harbor 
McGuire Thomas J., cooper, B. & A. D., h. Bow 
McKenzie Daniel, emp. B. & A. D., h. Bow 
McNear Samuel B., farmer, h. Main 
Mead Clarence, provisions, h. Brookline 
Mead Eben, provisions, Main, h. Bow 
Melvin William H., laborer, h. Elm, West T. 
Merrill Edward, emp. B. & A. D., h. Main 
Miller Earl B., clerk, res. Depot 
Miller Ethel M., stenog., B. & A. D., res. Depot 
Miller Henry, farmer, h. Townsend Hill rd., Townsend, R. F. D. 
Miller Henry J., general store. Main, h. Depot 
Mills William H., emp., C. Stickney, h. Main, West T. 
Misner, Amos D., emp. B. & A. D., h. Maple 
Misner James, emp. B. & A. D., h. Bow 
Misner Jacob, emp. B. & A. D., h. Oak 
Misner Thomas, emp. B. & A. D., res. Bow 
Misner Robert S., cooper, B. & A, D. , h. Brookline 
Mitchell George L., cooper, U. S. Adams, h. Highland 
Moreland Joseph, emp. B. & A. D., h. Highland 
Morgan Charles R., retired, h. Main, West T. 
Morgan Luther, auctioneer, h. Main, T. Harbor 
Morse Benj. E., cooper, h. Main, West T. 
Morse Edward B., emp. B. & A. D., h. Main 
Morse Harry R., cooper, U. S. Adams, h. Elm 
Morse James A., cooper, U. S. Adams, h. Elm 
Morse John J., travelling salesman, h. Townsend Hill rd., Town 

send, R. F. D. 

. What's the use of knocking, let the 

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Morse Lewis E., carpenter, h. Brookline, Townsend, R, F. D. 
Morse Theodore E., traveling salesman, h. Townsend Hill rd., 

Townsend, R. F. D. 
Moulton Frank M., emp. B. & A. D., h, Brookline 
Moulton Charles E., emp. U. S. Adams, res. Brookline 
Mudgett Carl P., emp. B. & A. D., h. Main 
Mudgett Oscar B., laborer, h. Main, West T. 
Mulock Abbie, domestic, A. E. Fessenden, res. Highland 

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Nangle Michael, emp. C. Stickney, res. Main, West T. 

Nelson Charles, emp. B. & A. D., h. Main 

NEW ENGLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH CO., (See 

p. 30.) 
Newton Evelyn, nurse, res. Highland 
Neland Patrick, section hand, B. & M., h. Elm. 
Noyes Catherine, wddow Luther, h. School 
Noms John E., poultry dealer, h. off Fitchburg rd., Townsend, 

R. F. D. 
Nutting Anson, emp. B. & A. D., h. Main 
Nutting James N., laborer, h. Main, West T. 
Nutting Lizzie, res. old Turnpike rd. 



O'Brien John, cooper, B. & A. D., h. Smith 

O'Brien John E., cooper, U. S. Adams, h. Smith 

O'Brien Michael, cooper, B. & A. D., h. Smith 

O'Brien Robert, student, res. Smith 

O'Brien William, cooper, U. S. Adams, h. School 

O'Brien William, T., cooper, U. S. Adams, h. Bow 

Osgood George, emp. B. & A. D., h. Townsend Hill, Townsend, 

R. F. D. 
Osgood Harry, emp. B. & A. D., h. Townsend Hijl, R. F. D. 
Osgood Herbert, emp. B. & A. D., res. Townsend Hill, Townsend, 

R. F. D. 
Osgood William D., retired merchant, h. old turnpike rd. 



Packard Charles A., emp. B. & A. D., h. Main 

Palfreyman Fred A., farmer, h. So. Row, Townsend, R. F. D. 

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TOWNSEND DIRECTORY 165 

Palfreyman John, farmer, res. So. Row, Townsend, R. F. D. 

Park Hotel, D. F. Pratt, prop.. Main and Brookline 

Parker Clifton, emp. B. &. A. D., h. Brookline 

Parker Elsie, res. Brook 

Parker Frank C, emp. B. & A. D., h. Main 

Parker Fred A., emp. B. & A. D., h. Highland 

Parker Levi T., cooper, B. & A. D., h. Townsend Hill rd. 

Parsons Bertha, res. Main, West T. 

Parsons Frank D., emp. C. Homer, h. Main, West T. 

Parsons Fred D., laborer. Main 

Patch Alice M., res. Main, West T. 

Patch Charles E., farmer, h. Main, West T. 

Patch Fred A., emp. Belgrade Rug Co., h. Main, West T 

Peckham Lewis K., shoemaker. Highland, h. do. 

Pepin Anthony, farmer, h. Main 

Perkins Abram, farmer, h. South, T. Harbor, R. F. D. 

Peters Joseph, foreman B. & M., h. Main 

Pierce Granville (Rev.), poultry and fruit farm, h. Cape corner, 
T. Harbor, R. F. D. 

Piper Frederick J. (Townsend Broom Co.) h. Main 

Piper John J., travelling salesman, h. Park 

Piper Joseph, retired, res. Park 

Powell Albert C, cooper B. & A. D., h. Main 

Powell George, cooper, B. & A. D., h. Main 

Powell George T., cooper, B.& A. D., h. Townsend Hill, Town- 
send, R. F. D. 

Powell Joseph, cooper, B. & .A. D., res. Townsend Hill, Town- 
send, R. F. D. 

Powell Perley, emp. B. & A. D., h. Main 

Powers Charles D., laborer, h. Main 

Powers Florence J., bookkeeper, B. & A. D., res. Highland 

Powers John W., carpenter, h. Elm, West T. 

Pratt Dana S., prop. Park Hotel, Main, h. do. 

Procter Charles M., expressman, h. Main 

Procter Galen A., milkman. Cape corner, h. do., T. Harbor, R. 

F. D. 
Procter Oliver, cider mfr. Cape corner, h. do., T. Harbor, R. F. 

D. 
Procter Nillo G., milkman, res. Cape corner, T. Harbor, R. F. D. 
Putnam Abbie, res. Fitchburg rd., Townsend, R. F. D, 

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Reed Alexander, retired merchant, h. Main, West T, 

Reed Harrison L., farmer, h. Main, West T. 

Reed Leonard R., farmer, res. Main, West T. 

Richards Ri, cooper, B. & A. D., h. Bow 

Richards Andrew H., cooper, B. & A. D., res. Main 

Richards Eva, res. School 

Richards Fred F., emp. C. Stickney, h. Main, West T. 

Richards John C, farmer, h. Main, West T. 

Richards Luther, emp. B. & A. D., h. School 

Richards Rodney G., farmer, h. Main, West T. 

Richardson George B., emp. C. Stickney, h. Elm, West T. 

Richardson George B., 2nd emp. C. Stickney, h. Main, West 

T. 
Richardson Levi R., carpenter, h. School 
Ripley Alfred C, farmer, h. Fitchburg rd., Townsend, R. F. 

D. 
Ripley Nathanie H., farmer, res. Fitchburg rd., Townsend, R, 

F. D. 
Robbins Charles A., emp. B. & A. D., h. School 
Rockwood Walter, agent, B. & A. D., h. Main 
Ross Fred H., emp. B. & A. D., h. South, T. Harbor 
Rusk Duncan, manager granite works. Canal, h. Main, West T. 
Russell Charles, teamster, C. Stickney, h. Main, West T. 
Russell William A., salesman, h. School 



Sanders Elbridge, retired, h. Main, West T. 
Sanders Etta, governess, A. Fessenden, res. Main 
Sanders Martha, widow William A. old Turnpike rd. 
Savage Benjamin H., jobber, h. Brookline 
Sawtelle Irving B., historian, h. Elm, West T. 
Scales Albert, farmer, h. Main, West T. 

Scales Jane, widow Alonzo, h. Fitchburg rd., Townsend, R. F. D, 
Scales Milo, farmer, h. Main 

Scales Samuel H., emp., B. & A. D., h. Fitchburg rd. 
Scott David P., farmer, h. old Turnpike rd. 
Scott Lizzie C, res. old Turnpike rd. 

Searborn Benjamin, coachman, Dr. Boynton, h. Main, West T. 
Searles Horace, farmer, h. Cape corner, T. Harbor, R. F. D. 
Searlcs Joseph, emp. B. & A. D., h. Fitchburg rd. 
Searles Leonard S., cooper, U. S. Adams, h. Fitchburg rd., R, 
F. D. 

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Seaver Albert G., music teacher, Brookline, h. do. 
Seaver Alice, ass't librarian. West T., res. Main, West T. 
Seaver Charles H., jeweler and bicycle repairer, Main, h. do. 
Seaver Edward W., h. Main, West T. 
Seaver George F., merchant (Boston), h. Main. West T. 
Seaver George W., h. Main, West T. 
Seaver Henry O., retired, res. Main 
Seaver H. Warren, cooper, B. & A. D., h. Main 
Seaver Irving A., farmer, h. Fitchburg rd., Townsend, R. F. D. 
Seaver Sarah, res. Fitchburg rd., Townsend, R. F. D. 
"Seward Wilham, emp. B. & A. D., h. Elm 
Shaw Charles B., veterinary surgeon. Main, h. do. 
Sherwin Charles W., carpenter, h. Canal, West T. 
Sherwin Emma. res. Main 
SHERWIN IVERS P. & CO., general store and postmaster, 

Main, West T., h. do. (See p. 146.) 
Sherwin Mary, widow William, h. Brookline 
Sherwin Wilbur Z., carpenter. Canal, h. do., W. T, 
Simonds Charles J., farmer, h. Townsend Hill rd., Townsend, 

R. F. D. 
Simonds Everett, laborer, res. Townsend Hill rd., Townsend, 

R. F. D. 
Simonds Leroy, laborer, res. Townsend Hill rd., Townsend, R. 

F. D. 
Simonds Robert B., tenmster, C. Stickney, h. Main, West T. 
Sloan Samuel, retired, h. Depot 
Smart Charles W., emp. B. & A. D., h. Smith 
Smith Bessie, student, res. Cape corner, T. Harbor, R. F. D. 
S.mith Charles, emp. B. & A. D., h. Brookline 
Smith Charles J., poultry raiser. Cape corner, T. Harbor, R. F. 

D., h. do. 
Smith Charles W., mechanical engineer, h. Brookline 
Smith Dorothy, res. Cape corner, T. Harbor, R. F. D. 
Smith Fred, teamster, C. Stickney, h. Main, West T. 
Smith Joseph H., emp. U. S. Adams, h. Elm 
Smith Joseph R., emp. U. S. Adams, h. Bow 
Smith Lura, res. Cape corner, T. Harbor^ R. F. D. 
Smith Robert E., travelling salesman, h. Highland 
Smith Thomas J., farmer, h. old Turnpike rd., Townsend, R. F. 

D. 
Smith William, farmer, res. old Turnpike rd., Townsend, R. F. 

D. 
Spaulding Abel, retired, h. Brookline 
Spaulding Alice, res. Highland 
Spaulding Benjamin B., emp. B. & A. D., h. Depot 
Spaulding Ellen, widow Harvey, h. South, T. Harbor 

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Livery, Feed, Sale and Boarding Stable 
Walker Pond Ice Delivered as Ordered TOWNSEND, 
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Spaulding Harriet, telephone operator, res. Brookline 

Spaulding Harry, telephone operator, res. Brookline 

Spaulding Huntley, gen'l mgr. and pres. J. Spaulding Sons Co., 
res. at Marblehead, Mass. 

Spaulding J. Sons Co. (Huntley, Rollins and Leon) leather board 
(heeling) mfrs.. Main, T. Harbor 

Spaulding John E., cooper, B. & A. D., h. Fitchburg rd. 

Spaulding Milo, cooper, B. & A. D., h. Brookline 

Spaulding William S., cooper, B. & A. D., h. Main, T. Harbor 

Spear William H., farmer, Fitchburg rd., Townsend, R. F. D. 

Spencer Aimer M., farmer, Fitchburg rd., Townsend, R. F. D. 

Spinney Norvall, prin. High school, h. old Turnpike rd. 

Spofford Daniel T., emp. J. Spaulding Sons, h. Spaulding, T. 
Harbor 

Spofford Herbert, emp. U. S. Adams, h. Main 

Spring Francis L., carpenter and inventor. Main, h. do. 

Stearns Herbert S., horse trader, h. Bow 

Stearns Solomon T., farmer, h. Highland 

Stevens Alfred G., farmer, h. Main, West T. 

Stevens Levi, emp. B. & A. D., h. Mein 

Stewart William J., carpenter, h. Fitchburg rd., Townsend, R. 
F. D. 

Stickney Ai W., emp. B, & A, D., h. Brookline 

Stickney Alvah F., surveyor, Main, h. do., West T. 

Stickney Charles A., lumber dealer, h. Townsend Hill rd.. Town- 
send, R. F. D. 

Stickne}'' Charles B., bookkeeper, C. Stickney, h. Main, West T. 

STICKNEY CLARENCE, mfr. cooperage' and lumber; whole- 
sale and retail grain, coal, wood, roofing, etc.. Main, West T., 
h. do. (See p. 145.) 

Stickney Clarence W., emp. A. E. Fessenden, res. Highland 

Stickney Frank W., surveyor. Main, res. do.. West T. 

Stickney Herman L., station agent, h. Main, West T. 

Stiles John C, retired, h. old Turnpike rd. 

Stowell Oscar B., emp. B. & A. D., h. Main 

Streeter Charles E., emp. B. & A. D., h. Elm 

Streeter George M., emp. C. Stickney, h. Main, West T. 

Suprement Fred., emp. H. Kelley, h. Main, T. Harbor 

Swicker Enos, emp. B. & A. D., h. Brookline 

Swicker Joshua A., emp. B. & A. D., h. Main 

Swicker Stephen, emp. B. & A. D., res. Main 

Sylvester Joseph E., laborer, h. Brookline 

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Tatro William J., emp. B. & A. D. F. Co., h. Main 

Tarbell George H., teamster, U. S. Adams, h. Main 

Taylor Mary J., res. South, T. Harbor 

Taylor Mary S., widow, Moses, h. South, T. Harbor 

Tenney Fred J., grocers, Main, Townsend, res. Main, West T, 

Tenney George H., salesman, h. Main, West T. 

Tenney William H., cooper, C. Stickney h. Main, West T. 

Thomas Henry N., farmer, h. Fitchburg rd. 

Thompson Joseph E., sawmill. Main, h. do.. West T. 

Thorpe Isaac, laborer, h. Elm, West T. 

Thorpe Owen, emp. B. & .A. D., h. Brookline 

Thorpe Warren, emp. B. & A. D., res. Brookline 

Thorpe William H., laborer, h. Elm, West T. 

Tighe Harry P., farmer. Main, T. Harbor 

Titus Theron W., teamster, h. Brookline 

Todd Hugh, retired, h. South, T. Harbor 

Towne Charles N., fireman B. &. A. D. h. Highland 

Turner Alfred D., laborer, h. Highland 

Tyler Asa K., cooper, B. & A. D., h. Brookline 

Townsend Broom Co., broom mfrs., Main 

TOWNSEND NATIONAL BANK, Henry A. Hill, cashier, 

Main (See p. 145.) 
Tyler John A., fireman, B. & A. D., res. Brookline 



Upham George J., emp. C. Stickney, h. Main, West T., R. F. D. 
Upton George F., emp. C. Stickney, res. Main, West T. 
Upton William, laborer, h. Main, West T. 



Valcourt Joseph, emp. B. it A. D., h. Highland 
Van Etten George E., station agent, h. Maple 
Van Etten Frank, station agent, res. Main, T. Harbor 
Vattes John, farmer, h. Elm, West T. 

' Veno Walter E., emp. Belgrade Rug Co., h. Main, West T. 
Victor Charles, emp. Belgrade Rug Co., h. Main, West' T. 
Vinton George A., mechanist, h. Main, West T. 
Vinton John C, laborer, h. l^rookline 
Vivian Edward, emp. Belgrade Rug Co., h. Main, West T. 

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Waitt Albert E., emp. B. & A. D., h. Main 

Walker George F., baker, Main, res. do.. West T. 

Walker Edward H., baker. Main, h. do., West T. 

Wallis Noah, retired, h. Brookline 

Walter Otis, farmer, h. Main, West T. 

Ware Walter H., emp. B. & A. D., res. Bow 

Wares Samuel, farmer, h. Elm, West T. 

WARD GEORGE R. & CO., general store. Main, res. Bow (See 

p. 28.) 
Ward Lillian, domestic, A. D. Fessenden, res. Main 
Warner Charles R., farmer, h. Main, Townsend, R. F. D. 
Warner Henrietta, res. Main 
Warner Lillian, res. Main 
Warren Edward E., clerk, res. Fitchburg rd, 
Warren Frank H., farmer, h. Fitchburg rd. 
Warren Thomas M., emp. U. S. Adams, h. Main 
Weatherby Alfred, cooper, B. & A. D., h. Park 
Weatherby Susan, widow Israel, h. Highland 
Weaver Sydney A., cooper, h. Main 
Webster Clarence L., salesman, res. Main, West T. 
Webster Edward D., farmer, h. Main, West T. 
Webster William W., laborer, h. Main, West T. 
Weir Henry, emp. B. & A. D., res. Main 
Welch Charles, laborer, h. Canal, West T. 
Welch George R., laborer, res. Canal, West T. 
Welch Joseph F., emp. C. Stickney, h. Main, West T. 
Welch Michael C, cooper, C. Stickney, h. Canal, West T. 
Welch Thomas H., laborer, h. Elm, West T. 
Welch Louis, emp. C. Stickney, res. Main, West T. 
Wells Frank F., carpenter, h. Main 

Weston Frank, harness and shoe dealer. Main, h. Maple, c. Oak 
Wharff Edward D., farmer, h. Cape corner, T. Harbor, R. F. D, 
Wharff William, laborer, res. Cape corner, T. Harbor, R. F. D. 
Whitcomb George L., farmer and insurance, h. Townsend Hill 

rd., Townsend, R. F. D. 
Whitcoml> Harry L., emp. U. S. Adams, h. Elm 
Whitcomb Martin L., emp. U. S. Adams, h. School 
White Mary L., widow William, h. Main 
White Peregrine, farmer, h. Townsend Hill rd., Townsend, R. F. 

D. 
Whitney Fairfield, supt. schools, res. Brooldine 
Whitney John, farmer, h. Main, West T. 
Wiggins Maria G.. res. Main, West T. 

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Flowers Furnished at Short Notice TOWNSEND» 
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TOWNSEND DIRECTORY 171 

Wilder George A., printer and town clerk, Main, h. Brookline 

Wilder Walter, cooper, C. Stickney, res. Main, Weist T. 

Wilkins Oliver, res. Townsend Hill rd., Townsend, R. F. D. 

Wilkins Wilbert, emp. B. & A. D., h. Fitchburg rd. 

Wilkinson N. J., carpenter, h. Main, West T. 

Wilkinson Charles I., livery stable, Main, h. do., West T. 

Willard Carl, teller, Nat'l Bank, res. Main, West T. 

Willard James H., laborer, h. Main, West T. 

Williams Willard E., farmer, h. Main, Townsend, R. F. D. 

Wilson Carrie, res. Main, West T. 

Wilson Charles L., emp. B. & A. D., h. Oak 

Wilson Ernest G., undertaker. Main, West T., h. do. 

Wilson Herbert A., emp. B. & A. D., res. Main 

Wood L. Frank, retired, Main, West T. 

Wood Nillo L., emp. Townsend Broom Co., h. Main 

Woodley James, Summer res., h. Brookline, res. at Boston 

Woods Elizabeth, res. School 

Woods Frank A., farmer, h. South, T. Harbor 

Woods Herman, emp C. Stickney, h. Main, West T. 

Woods Samuel A., cooper, B. & A. D. Co., h. old Turnpike rd. 

Wright Albert E., emp. B. & A. D., h. Highland 

Wright Charles A., emp. B. & A. D., res. Highland 

Wright Henry P., blacksmith, h. South, T. Harbor 

Wright Sarah S., h. Highland 

Wright William A., emp. U. S. Adams, h. Brookline 

Wright William R., retired, h. Highland 

Worcester Charles F., lawyer, (Boston), h. Main 

Wyeth Alonzo, farmer, h. Townsend Hill rd., Townsend, R. F. D. 

Wyeth Elmer J., cooper, C. Stickney, h. Main, Townsend, 

R. F. D. 
Wyeth George D., farmer, h. Townsend Hill rd., Townsend, 

R. F. D. 
Wyeth Miles G., farmer, h.res. Townsend Hill rd., Townsend, 

R. F. D. 
Wyeth Oren T., cooper, C. Stickney, h. Main, West T. 
Wyman A. C. farmer, h. Elm, West T. 
Wyman Charles S., farmer, h. Fitchburg rd., West T. 
Wyman Clarence, teamster, C. Stickney, h. Main, West T. 
Wyman Emery L., farmer, res. Fitchburg rd.. West T. 
Wyman George, farm hand, res. Fitchburg rd., West T. 
Wyman Harvey A., farmer, h. Fitchburg rd., West T. 



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Townsend Business Directory. 



AUCTIONERS— Clement Lendall U., Oak; McDermond Charles 
Elm, West T.; McElligott Richard, Elm, West T.; Morgan Luther, 
Main, T. HarlDor 

BAKER— Walker Edward, Main, West T. 

BANDS — Townsend Brass Band, Edward Walker, mgr., Main, 
West T. 

BANKS— TOWNSEND NATIONAL BANK, Main, (See p. 145) 

BARBER— Cowdry William E.. Main 

BICYCLE DEALER AND REPAIRER— Seaver Charles H., 
Main 

BLACKSMITHS— Herbert Oliver, off Old Turnpike; Knight 
Frank J., Main, T. Harbor; Maynard Leander, Main; Maynard 
W. L., Main; McDermond Charles, Main, West T. 

BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS — Lawrence William M., 
Main,West T.; Miller Henry J., Main; SHERWIN IVERS P., Main, 
West T. (See p. 146.) ; WARD GEORGE, R. & Co., Main, (See p. 
28); Weston Frank, Main 

BOOT AND SHOEMAKERS— Lawrence Ellis, Main; Peckham 
Abram, Highland 

BROOM MFRS.— Townsend Broom Co., Main 

CARPENTERS— Dudley William S., Brooldine; Sherwin Wil- 
bur Z., Canal. West T.; Spring Frank L., Main 

CIDER MFR.— Proctor Oliver, Cape corner, T. Harbor 

CLOTHING DEALER— Flagg Eugene, Elm 

COAL AND WOOD DEALERS— FESSENDENN B. & A. D. 
CO., Depot, (See p. 146); STICKNEY CLARENCE, Main. West 
T. (See p. 145) 

COOPERS— Adams Union S., Elm; FESSENDEN B. & A. D. 
CO., Depot. (See p. 146); STICKNEY CLARENCE, Main, West 
T., (See p. 145) 

DRUGGIST— HIGGINS FRANK B., Main, (See p. 146) 

EXPRESS— National Express, B. & M. depot 

FARMERS — Adams Quincy, Elm, West T.,; Adams Ransom, 
Cape corner, T. Harbor, R. F. D.:; Andrews Samuel, Highland; 
Ballou George A., Townsend Hill, Townsend, R. F. D.;Barber 
Orland D., Fitchburg rd., Townsend, R. F. D.; Barnaby Stephen 
W., Fitchburg rd., Townsend, R. F. D.^ Barnaby, William B., 
Fitchburg rd., R. F. D.; Baxter Joseph, Elm; Beckford William A., 

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Fitchburg rd., Townsend, R. F. D.; Beckonert George H., Town- 
send Hill rd., Townsend, R. F. D.; Bennett Thomas D., h. South, 
T. Harbor; Blair Lewis K., Canal, West T.,; Blood Byron, Fitch- 
burg rd., Townsend, R. F. D.; Blood, Moses, Fitchburg 
rd., Townsend, R. F. D.; Blood John, Elm; Bond William H., 

Elm, West T.; Brackett Edwin R., Fitchburg rd., Townsend, 
R. F. D. ; Brown Joseph S., Townsend Hill rd., Townsend, R. F. D. ; 
Brown George H., Cape corner, T. Harbor; Burnstead Alfred H., 
South, T. Harbor, R. F. D.;Campbell Daniel, Townsend Hill rd., 
Townsend, R. F. D.; Campbell Morton, Townsend Hill rd., Town- 
send, R. F. D.; Clark John B., Main, West T.; Coffey John M., 
Brooklme; Conant Frank E., Cape corner, T. Harbor, R. F. D.; 
Cook Joel S., Canal, West T.; Copeland Thomas M., Fitchburg rd., 
Townsend, R, F, D.; Dixon James A., old Turnpike rd.; Donovan 
Jerry, Fitchburg rd., Townsend, R. F. D.; Donovan John E., 
Fitchburg rd., Townsend, R. F. D.; Dustan John S., Main, T. 
Harbor, R. F. D.; Eaton Andrew, Fitchburg rd., Townsend, R. F. 
p. ; Evans Daniel O., Main, R. F. D. ; Fessenden George C.,Spauld- 
ing, T. Harbor; Fletcher Dana A., Spaulding, T. Harbor; Gilmore 
D. Alfred, Brookline, Townsend, R. F. D.; Greenleaf Alvah J., 
Main, Townsend, R. F. D.; Harvey T. J. J., Main, T. Harbor; 
Hinds Aaron J., Fitchburg rd., Townsend, R. F. D.; Jenkins Ed- 
win, Fitchburg rd., Townsend, R. F. D.; Jennerson John L., 
Fitchburg rd.; Kendall George H., Townsend Hill, Townsend, 
R. F. D.; King James, Fitchburg rd.. West T.; Manning Oren T.,, 
Turnpike rd.. West T.; Miller Henry, Townsend Hill, Townsend, 
R. F. D.; Palfreyman John, Fitchburg rd., Townsend, R. F. D.; 
Pepin Anthony, Main; Reed Leonard R., Main, West T.; Richards 
John C, Main, West T.; Ripley Alfred C, Fitchburg rd.; Scales 
Milo, Main; Searles Horace, Cape corner, T. Harbor, R. F. D. ; 
Smith Thomas J., old Turnpike rd., Townsend, R. F. D.; Spear 
William A., Cross, Townsend, R. F. D.; Thomas Henry, Fitchburg 
rd.; Vattes John, Fitchburg rd.. West T. ; Whitcomb George L., h 
Townsend Hill, Townsend, R. F. D.; Woods Frank A., South, T. 
Harbor ;Wyeth Alonzo, Townsend Hill rd., Townsend, R. F. D,; 
Wyman Charles S., Fitchburg rd.. West T. ; Wyman Emer}^ L., 
Fitchburg rd., West T. 

FLOUR AND GRAIN— FESSENDEN B. & A. D. CO., Depot, 
(See p. 146) ; LANE C. W., Main c. South, T. Harbor, (See p.l44) ; 
STICKNEY CLARENCE, Main West T., (See p. 145) 

GENERAL STORES— Hildreth Charles W., Main; Lawrence 
William M., Main, West T.; Miller Henrv J., Main; SHERWIN 
R. & IVERS P., & Co., Main, West T. (See p. 146); WARD 
GEORGE CO., Main, (See p. 28) 

GRIST MILLS— Adams Union S., Elm.; LANE C. W., Main c. 
South, T. Harbor, (See p. 144) 

. . Probably more than half the op- 

377, Main St. ^ical work in your town is done by '59 Memm«ck St. 

KASEUA B. H. THE BABBITT CO OPTICIANS ,„„,,^ ^3, 
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Walker Pond Ice Delivered as Ordered TOWNSEND, 
Telephone, Residence, 9-3; Stable, 9-2 MASS. 



174 TOWNSEND DIRECTORY 

GROCERS— JOSSELYN A. CLARENCE, Main, T. Harbor, 
(See p. 144); Tenney Fred J., Main 

HARDWARE— Burtt Arthur E, Elm; SHERWIN IVERS P. 
& CO., Main, West T., (See p. 146) 

HARNESSMAKER— Weston Frank, Main 

HOTELS— Central House, W. B. Farray, prop., old Turnpike 
rd. Squanicook House, Frank B. Farwell, prop.. Main; Park 
Hotel, D. F. Pratt, prop., Main,West T. 

INSURANCE AGENT— Whitcomb George L., Townsend Hill 
rd. 

JEWELERS— Seaver Charles, Main; Tenney Fred J., Main 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Adams Ransom B., McEligott 
Richard, Stearns Solomon J., Stickney Alvah F., Wilder George 
N., Worcester Charles F. 

LAWYER— Worcester Charles F., Main . 

LEATHER BOARD MFR?— Spaulding J., & Sons Co., (heel- 
ing). Main, T. Harbor 

LUMBER DEALERS— FESSENDEN B. & A. D. CO., Depot, 
(See p. 146); STICKNEY CLARENCE,Main, West T., (Seep. 
145) ; Thompson Joseph F., Main, West T. 

MASONS— Lawrence Oren, Elm, West T.; Marshall Samuel, 
Main 

MILK DEALER— Proctor Galen, Cape corner, T. Harbor 

MILLINER— Clarke George E. Mrs., Main 

NEWSDEALERS— Hildreths Charles W., Main; Higgins Frank 
B., Main; Ward George, Main 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Blood E. H., Main; Hildreth Henry B., 
Main 

OPTICIANS— BABBITT CO., THE, 277 Main, Nashua, N. H., 
and 159 Merrimack, Lowell, (See foot lines) 

PAINTERS— Cooper Alex D., cape corner, T. Harbor; Craig 
Edward A., Main, West T. ; Fuller Charles, School 

PHYSICIANS— ATWOOD ALBERT J., (Homeo.) Brookline 
(See p. 153) ; BOYNTON HENRY B., Main, West T., (See p. 154) ; 
CHANDLER LUTHER G., Main, (See p. 155); ELY RICHARD 
S., Main, West T., (See p. 157) 

POULTRY DEALERS AND RAISERS— Pierce Granville, 
Cape corner, T. Harbor; Smith Charles J., Cape corner, T. Harbor 

POULTRY SUPPLIES— LANE C. W., Main c. South, T. Har- 
bor, (See p. 144) 

PRINTERS— Stickney Alvah F., Main, West T.; Wilder 
George A., Main 



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TOWNSBND DIRECTORY 175 

PROVISION DEALERS— Mead Bros., Main; Bliss Edward D., 
Main 

REAL ESTATE AGENT— McEligott Richard, Elm, West T. 

ROOFING MATERIAL— STICKNEY CLARENCE, Main, 
West T., (See p. 145) 

SAWMILLS— Adams Union S., Elm; FESSENDEN B. & A. D. 
CO., Depot, (See p. 146) ; STICKNEY CLARENCE, Main, West 
T., (See p. 145) ; Thompson Joseph F., Main, West T. 

STABLES— FARRER JAMES L., Main n. hotel, (See top 
lines) ; Wilkinson Charles, Main, West T. 

SURVEYORS— Stickney & Son, Main, West T. 

TINSMITH— Burtt Arthur E., Elm 

TAILOR— Hurley John T., Main 

TEACHER OF MUSIC— Seaver Albert G., School 

TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANIES— NEW 
ENGLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH CO., (See p. 30); 
Western Union Telegraph Co., B. & M. R. R. stations 

UNDERTAKER— FARRAR JAMES L., Main (See top lines) ; 
Wilson Ernest G., Main, West T. 

VETERINARY SURGEON— Shaw Charles B., Main 



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HOLLIS DIRECTORY. 181 



HOLLIS, N. H, 



In Hillsborough county south from Concord 38 miles, west 
from Nashua 7 miles. Population 910 in 1900. Railroad station 
Hollis, on B. & M. R. R., W. N. & P. Division, 31/2 miles from 
the village. Stage 8.40 a. m. and 6.40 p. m., also stage to 
North Pepperell, Mass., on Fitchburg division. First settle- 
ment made 1731. Town incorporated, April, 1746. (No li- 
cense.) 

HOLLIS TOWN OFFICERS. 

General offices at Town House. Common. Annual Town 
meeting second Tuesday in March. 

Clerk — Charles B. Richardson. 

Selectmen — George F. Hale, Marcellus J. Powers, George 
W Hardy. 

AunrroRS — James E. Hiljs, Fred W, Dudley. 

Treasurer — Edson L. Hurd, p. o, Paugus, Mass. 

Collector — George A. Ladd. 

Policeman — Daniel W. Hayden. 

Road Agents — Fred I). Pierce, E. Pepperell, Mass., R. F. D.; 
Norman E. Howe, S. Merrimack; James E. Hills. 

Board of Health — Dr. George S. Hazard, Charles E. Hardy, 
Samuel F. Wood. 

Supervisors of Checklists — Franklin W. Worcester ; John 
Woods, S. Merrimack ; Charles W. Hardy. 

Moderator — Silas IM. Spalding. 

FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

Monthly meeting first Saturday. Engine House, High st. 
Firewards, Charles W. Hardy, foreman ; .Marcellus J. Powers, 
sec.-treas. ; Francis A. Lovejoy. 

Your eyes fitted at youi own 
277 Main St., jjo^g without extra charge. Write ^59 Merrimack St.. 

us when in need of optical work. 

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Job Work 



182 HOLLIS DIRECTORY. 



SCHOOL DEPARTMENT. 

School Board — Franklin Worcester, chairman, Charles E. 
Hardy, Bertha M. Hay den. 

Centre School, High st. — Fred W. Dudley, high; Helen W. 
Leighton, grammar; Lucinda F. Read, intermediate; Edith 
Flagg, primary. 

Corner — Ethel Goodwin. 

West — Mary L. Blood. 

North— Grace E. Hayden. 

Pine Hill — Grace Britton. 

CHURCH. 

Congregational — Common, Rev. Charles H. Davis, pastor, 
High St., Sunday services; morning 10:45, Sunday school, 
noon; evening, 7; Y. P. S. C. E., 7:45. 

CEMETERIES. 

South Cemetery, Pepperell road. 
Church Cemetery, rear Congregational church. 
Eastern Cemetery, Nashua road. 
Pine Hill Cemetery, Pine Hill road to Nashua. 
North Cemetery, Milford road. , 
Charles A. Hale, in charge. 

INSTITUTIONS, CLUBS AND SOCIETIES. 

HoLLis Library. — Congregational Church Building, Com- 
mon. Open Sundays, 10 to 10:45 a. m. and 12 to 1:15 p. m. 
5500 volumes. Silas M. Spalding, librarian; Miss M. Arvilla 
Hardy, ass't; C. Anderson Colburn, custodian. Trustees, 
George A. Ladd, Francis A. Lovejoy, Annie V. Colburn, 
Charles W. Hardy, Franklin Worcester. 

Young Men^s Christian League meets in Y. M. C. L. Hall, 
Common, Thursday evenings. Lester J. Hayden,, pres. 

Woman's Christian Temperance Union meets third Tues- 
days, 3 p. m. Mrs. Flora A. Wheeler, pres. ; Mrs. Mary S. Hil- 
dreth, sec. 

Woman's Club meets every Wednesday, 2:30 p, m, Mrs, 
Emma Canavan, pres. ; Miss Lillie R. Eaton, sec. 

Don't blame the light when the ,, . , -^ 

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HOLLIS DIRECTORY. 183 



Old Home Week Association meets at the call of thg 
president. Andrew H. Spaulding, pres., E. Pepperell, Mass., 
R. F. D. ; Albert F. Hildreth, sec.-treas. 

John H. Worcester Post No. 30 meets first Thursdays in 
G. A. R. hall, Josiah N. Hayden, Com. ; Charles A. Hale, adj't. 

WoMAN^s Relief Corps. — John H. Worcester Corps, No. 74 
meets second and fourth Tuesdays in P. of H. hall at 2:30 p. 
m. Mrs. Addie Hale, pres.; Emma Van Dyke, sec. 

FRATERNAL ORDERS. 

Patrons of Husbandry — Hollis Grange No. 12, meets first 
and third Tuesdays in P. of H. hall at 8 p. m. Fred W. Dud- 
ley, Master; Addie L. Hale, sec. 

U. O. G. C— Hollis Commandery, No. 131. Charles W. 
Hardy, K. of R.; Mrs. Amelia A. Paull, fin. K. of R., p. o. 
Sherburn, Mass. 

I. O. O. F. — Aurora Lodge, No. 49, meets every Wednesday, 
8 p. m. in I. O. O. F. hall. Herbert S. McNayr, N. G.; Mar- 
cellus J. Powers, sec. 

POST OFFICE. 

Hollis — mails arrive 9:40 a. m. ; 8 p. m. ; close 6:20 a. m.; 
4 :30 p. m. George B. Cleasby, Postmaster. 

INSURANCE COMPANY. 

Hollis Mutual Fire Insurance Co. Inc. 1847. Edward 
Hardy, pres.; Charles B. Richardson, sec.-treas. Directors: 
Edward Hardy, Silas M. Spaulding, Joseph Gates, Ralph E. 
Tenney, James E. Hills, Josiah N. Hayden, George A. Ladd. 

BLOCKS, BUILDINGS AND HALLS. 

Engine House, basement of G. A. R. Building 
G. A. R. Hall, High, corner of Common 
High School Building, High near Common 
iL. O. O. F. Hall, High School Building, High 
P. of H. Hall, rear of Congregational church 
Town House, Common near postoffice 

Y. M. C. L. Hall, in Y. M. C. L. Building, bet. Town House and 
postoflSce 

Are you "out of sight?" If so 
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184 HOLLIS DIRECTORY. 



HOLLIS STREET DIRECTORY. 

Brookline road, from Nashua st. west to Brookline, N. H. 

Common, that part of Hollis surroimding soldiers' monument 

Depot road, from Common to Hollis Depot, N. H, 

East End road, from Hollis line to Depot road, east end of 
town 

High, from Pepperell rd. north to Milford rd. 

Milford road, from High st. north to Milford, N. H. 

Nashua, from Hollis Times oftice, east to Common 

Nashua road, from Town House east to Nashua, N. H. 

North Pepperell road, from Brookline road to North Pepperell, 
Mass. 

Pepperell road, from High south to Pepperell, Mass. 

Pine Hill road, from Nashua rd. to Pine Hill 

South Merrimack road, from Milford rd. north to S. Merri- 
mack, N. H. 



DAMAS L. JAMBARD. 

BREEDER OF RECISTEREO SCOTCH COLLIES. 

Post Office Address, Hollis Depot, N. H. 
R. F. D. BROOKSIDE FARM. 

I. O. WOODWARD 

SADDLER 

AND DEALER IN 

Fine Double and Single Sets of Harness, Blankets, Robes, 

Whips, Trunks, Traveling Bags, Gloves and Umbrellas. 

Fur Coats. 

68 Main Street, 2 l*earsons Avenue, N.iSTl CA, N. H. 

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HOLLIS DIRECTORY. 185 



HOLLIS DIRECTORY, 

(For abbreviations, see page 45.) 



A 

Adams Almon, farmer, li. Milford rd. 

Adams Charles H., carpenter, li. Milford rd. 

Adams Ira E., farmer, li. Nashua rd., p. o. Nashua R. F. D. No. 1 

Adams Lewis P., rem. to Ponemah, N. H. 

Allen Darius, laborer, h. East End rd. 

Ames Charles E., farmer, h. Milford rd. 

American Express Co., John T. Lee, agt., B. & M. depot, W. 

N. & P. div. 
Austin Mary E., widow Mark, res. Warren A. Colburn 



B 



Baker Jean E., student, res. Phenix C. Baker 

Baker Phenix C, farmer, h. Depot rd. 

Ball Elias C, rem. to Newport, N. H. 

Barnard George F., farmer, h. Pine Hill, p. o. Nashua, R. F. 

D. 1 
Barnard Tilden H., farmer, res. Pine Hill, p. o. Nashua, R. F. 

D. 1 ■ 

Barnes Robert L., rem. to Nashua, N. H. 
Bartemas George H., farmer, h. Nashua rd., p. o. Nashua R. 

F. D. 1 
Bartemas William H., rem. to Concord, N. H. 
Baxter Arthur J., farmer,' h. Nashua rd., p. o. Nashua 
Baxter James, cooi)er, h. Nashua rd., p. o. Nashua 
Baxter William R., farmer, h. Nashua rd., p. o. Nashua 
Bell Charles J., milk dealer, h. Pepperell rd., p. o. E. Pep- 

perell, R. F. D. 



277 Main St., 150 Merrimack St. 

THE BABBITT CO., OPTICIANS. 

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186 MOLLIS DIRECTORY. 



Bell James D., rem. to Chicago, 111. 

Bennett Norman, sawyer, h. Milford rd. 

Blood Fred C, farmer, li. Pepperell rd., p. o. E. Pepperell, 

Mass., R. F. D. 
Blood George H., farmer, h. Brookline rd., p. o. Nashua, R. F. 

D. 2. 
Blood Luke M., retired, h. Depot rd. 
Blood Mary L., teacher. West school, res. Geo. H. Blood 
Blood William J., rem. to Hudson, N. H. 
Bolt Mary E., housekeeper Dudley P. Lawrence, Pepperell rd. 

p. o. E. Pepperell, Mass., R. F. D. 
Boston & Maine Railroad, (W. N. & P. Div.), John T. Lee, 

agt., Si/oin. from Hollis village 
Britton Arthur W., carpenter, Nashua, h. do. 
Britton Grace, teacher Pine Hill school, res. Nashua 
Britton Jos. A., laborer, res. Nashua 
Bryer Joseph, rem. to Nashua, N. H. 
Budro Alexander, farmer, h. Depot rd. 
Budro David, janitor, h. Depot rd. 
Burge Cyrus F., farmer, h. Depot rd. 
Burns Brooks P., rem. to Boston, Mass. 
Burns Jos. R. M., farmer, p. o. Nashua, R. F, D. 1 
Burns Silas H., rem. to Nashua, N. H. 



Cameron George H., rem. to Vera Cruz, Mexico 

Cameron Henry G., farmer, h. Pine Hill rd. 

Campbell FredG., farmer, h. Brookline rd. 

Canavan William, res. High 

Cassidy Bridget, widow Peter, res. S. L. Cassidy, p. o. S. Mer- 
rimack 

Cassidy Samuel L., farmer, h. Moore Hill, p. o. S. Merrimack 

Cave Edward S., rem. to Amherst, N. H. 

Charrait David, farmer, h. Brookline rd. 

Clark Lottie A., teacher at Boston, summer res. Depot rd. 

CLEASBY GEORGE B., general store, also postmaster, 
Nashua, h. Common 

Clement Tristam F., farmer, h. Milford rd. 

CLIFFORD CHARLES A., phonograph dealer also mfr. 
woolen mittens, h. Bunnell's bridge, p. o. Nashua, R. F. D. 

If you can't come to us about , o. 

277 Main St.. your eyes, write us about it and '59 Mernmack St., 

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HOLLIS DIRECTORY. 187 



Coburn John A., farmer, h. Pepperell rd., p. o. E. Pepperell, 

Mass., R. F. D. 
Coburn Milton G., florist, Nashua rd., h. do. 
Colburn Archie R., farmer, res. Charles A. Anderson 
Colburn Bess A., music teacher, res. Charles A. Colburn 
Colburn Charles A., farmer, h. Common 
Colburn Edward S., died Jan. 22, 1906, age 78 
Colburn Franklin P., farmer, h. Pepperell rd. 
Colburn Fred A., rem. to Nashua, N. H. 
Colburn George A,, rem. to Nashua, N. H. 
Colburn George W., farmer, h. Nashua rd., p. o. Nashua, R. F. 

D. 1 
Colburn Warren A., farmer, h. Depot rd. 
Coleman Sylvester, farmer, h. Pine Hill rd. 
Conant William H., h. off Depot rd. village 
Corliss George H., laborer, res. Nashua rd. 
Corliss John, farmer, h. Nashua rd. 
Crusoe George R., machinist, res. Robinson Crusoe 
Crusoe Robinson, laborer, h. Milford rd. 
Cutler Flora E., res. George W. Hardv 
Cutter William P., retired, h. off Depot rd. 



Dalton Henry F., farmer, h. Pine Hill, p. o. Nashua, R. F. D. 

Dean William H., farmer, h. Depot rd. 

Denault Aleck, teamster, h. High 

Denault Joseph, laborer, h. Brookline rd. 

Denault Noah, laborer, res. n. Brookline rd. 

Denault Moses, laborer, res. High 

Dickerman George H., mechanic, h. Milford rd. 

Dow Noah, died Apr. 25, 1906, age 75 

Dunklee Albert J., farmer, h. S. Merrimack rd., p. o. S. Mer- 
rimack 

Dunklee Ernest T,, laborer, res. Pine Hill rd. 

Dunklee Harry H„ laborer, res. Pine Hill rd. 

Dunklee Harvey T., carpenter, h. Pine Hill rd. 

Dunklee Henry J., farmer, h. S. Merrimack rd. 

Dunklee ]\Iabel A., domestic, Mrs. N. ]Maria Shedd, Pep])erell 
rd. 

Dutton Charles H., rem. to Nashua, N, H. 

Dudley Fred W., principal High School, h. Common 



„ . „ Probably more than half the op- « • , c* 

377 Mam St, tied work in your town is done by '59 Memmack St. 

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188 HOLLIS DIRECTORY, 



Eastman Addie M., li, Pepperell rd., p. o. E. Pepperell, Mass., 

R. F. D. 1 
Eastman Charles F., farmer, li. North Pepperell rd. 
Eastman Nellie M., h. Pepperell rd., p. o. E. Pepperell, INIass., 

R. F. D. 1 
Eaton Asa B., farmer, h. Depot rd. 
Eaton Lil}' R., res. Asa B. Eaton 
Ellsworth Albert E., cooper, h. High 
Emery Osborne K., rem. to Hill, N. H. 
Etheridge Daniel J., farmer, h. S. Merrimack rd. 



Farley Elbridge J., died May 16, 1906, ag^ 52 

Farley Ella M., domestic, J. A. Coburn, p. o. E. Pepperell, 

Mass., R. F. D. 1 
Farley Etta, widow Albert, h. S. Merrimack rd., p. o. S. Mer- 
rimack 
Farley Frank L., farmer, h. Pine Hill rd., p. o. Nashua, R. F. D, 
Farley Leonard J., farmer, h. Pine Hill rd., p. o. Nashua, 

R. F. I). 
-Farley Perry M., farmer, h. Pine Hill rd., p. o. Nashua R. F. D. 
Farley Wilbert P., farmer, h. Pine Hill rd., p. o. Nashua, 

R. F. D. 
Farnsworth George W., traveling salesman, b. Elizabeth C. 

Fletcher, p. o. E. Pepperell, Mass. 
Flagg Edith, teacher, primary school, b. Mrs. Anna Bell, res. 

at Littleton, INIass. 
Flanders Walter S., rem. to Newton, N. H. 
Fletcher Elizabeth C, h. Pepperell rd., p. o. E. Pepperell, 

Mass. 
Fletcher Frank B., farmer, h. Milford rd., p. o. Nashua 
Follon Barney, farm hand, Addie and Nellie Eastman, p. o. 

E. Pepperell, Mass., R. F. D. 1 
Ford Henry H., rem. to Hudson, N. H. 
Ford Moses, rem. to Hudson, N. H. 

Foster Jesse H., farmer, h. Milford rd., p. o. Ponemah, N. H. 
French Geo. E., laborer, h. Brookline rd., p. o. Hollis Depot, 

R F. D. 
Furnald Charlotte M., b. Mrs. N. Maria Shedd, Pepperell rd. 

Remember your eyes to keep them „ . , „, 

377 Mam St.. ■' good. *^^ Mernmack St., 

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HOLLIS DIRECTORY. 189 



GATES JOSEPH, shoe and harness repairer, High, h. do. 
Gates William J., carpenter, and wind mills, h. Nashua 
Geeland Charles, laborer, h. Nashua rd. 
Gerrould Gordon H., rem. to Goffstown, N. H. 
Gerrould Samuel L., died May 22, 190G, age 71 
Gilman Belle I., music teacher, res. Sarah E. Gilman 
Gilman Sarah E., widow Alfred A., h. Depot rd. 
Glover Hiram A,, laborer, h. Brookline rd., p. o. S. Merrimack 
Goodwin Emma, widow; Henry A., h. Pepperell rd. 
Goodwin Ethel, teacher Dist. 1, res. Emma Goodwin, Pepper- 
ell rd. 
Gould Bennett, laborer, h. Nashua rd. 
Gould Warren F., farmer, h. High 
Greenleaf Thomas A., farmer, h. Pepperell rd. 



H 



Hale. Arthur W., clerk, Geo. R. Cleasby, res. do. 
Hale Charles A., farmer, h. Nashua rd. 
Hale George F., milk dealer, also cider mill, h." Nashua rd. 
Hale Henry L., mechanic, h. Nashua rd. 
Hardy Alice H., res. High 

Hardy Charles E., milk dealer, h. Nashua rd. 
Hardy Charles F,, farmer, h. Nashua rd. 
Hardy Charles W., farmer, h. Common 
Hardy Edward, farmer, h. Nashua 
Hardy George H., farmer, h. Nashua rd. 
Hardy George I., milk dealer, h. Pine Hill rd. 
Hardy George W., stage route HoUis Depot, also livery. Com- 
mon, h. do. 
Hardy M. Avilla, h. High 
Hardy Mary E., res. High 
Hardy Mary E., h. Common 
Hardy Noah, farmer, h. IMne Hill rd. 
Hardy Sarah J., h. Common 

Hardy Willis E., traveling salesman, h. Nashua rd. 
Hayden Charles F., farmer, h. Milford rd. 
Hayden Daniel W., saw mill, Milford rd., h. do. 
Hayden David N., cooper, h. Milford rd. 

. . If our clerk calls to talk to you ., . 

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Hayden Grace E., teacher, North school, res. Josiah N. Hayden 

Hayden Josiah N., farmer, h. Milford. rd. 

Hayden Lester J., res. Josiah N. Hayden, Milford rd. 

Hayden Mahela, widow Josiah, h. High 

Hayden Samuel F., farmer, h. Milford rd. 

Hayden Walter N., farmer, res. Milford rd. 

Hayden Willis D., farmer, res. Milford rd. 

Hazard George S., physician. Depot h. do. 

Hazen Charles, laborer, h. Depot 

Henry Elizabeth, res. William P. Cutler 

Hildreth Albert F., pub. Hollis Times ; prop. Hollis Telephone 
Co., Nashua, h. do. 

Hildreth Mary, widow James C, h. Nashua 

Hill Ernest W. M., carpenter, res. Waldo E. Hill, p. o. S. Mer- 
rimack 

Hill Waldo E., farmer, h. Brookline rd., p. o. South Merrimack 

Hill William M., farmer, h. Brookline rd., p. o. S. Merrimack 

Hills Albert F., farmer, h. South Merrimack rd., p. o. S. Merri- 
mack 

Hills James E., farmer, h. Pine Hill rd. 

Hollis Mutual Fire Insurance Co., Edward Hardy, pres.. High 

Hollis Telephone Co., Albert F. Hildreth, prop., Nashua, below 
Common 

Hollis Times, Albert F. Hildreth, prop. Nashua below Common 

Holmes James E., rem. to Nashua, N. H. 

Holt Emma F., widow Enoch, res. Elizabeth M. Woods, p. o. 
S. Merrimack 

Howe John W., farmer, h. Nashua rd., p. o. Nashua, R. F. D, 

Howe Norman E., carpenter and farmer, h. S. Merrimack rd., 
p. o. S. Merrimack 

Huff Gilman P., miller, h. North Pepperell rd., p. o. E. Pep- 
perell, R. F. D. 

Hunt Fred R., farmer, h. Nashua rd., p. o. Nashua R. F. D. 

Hurd Edson L., express agent, h. High 

Hurd Everett L., farmer, h. Nashua rd. 

Hurd George D., farmer, h. Nashua rd. 

Hurd Monroe, milk dealer, h. Nashua 

Hurd Truman, farmer, h. Nashua rd. 

Hutchinson Fred W., farmer, h. Brookline rd., p. o. South 
INIerrimack 

Hutchinson Mary S., Avidow David, res. Fred W. Hutchinson, 
p. o, S. Merrimack 



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JAMBARD DAMAS L., milk dealer also breeder scotch collies, 
h. Brookline rd., p. o. Hollis Depot, R. F. D. (See p. 184) 
Jewett Andrew, farmer, h. off Pepperell rd. 
Jones John, rem. to Nashua, N. H. 



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Keith Cyrus C, farmer, h. Nashua rd., p. o. Nashua, R. F. D. 
Keith Hammond, farmer, h. Nashua rd., p. o. Nashua, R F. D. 
Kelley George W., farmer, h. Pine Hill rd. 
Keyes George A., farmer, h. Pepperell rd. 



Ladd George A., blacksmith, and ice dealer, Brookline rd., h. 
do. 

Ladd Wesley W., blacksmith, res. George A. Ladd 

Lawrence Dudley P., farmer, h. Pepperell rd., p. o. E. Pepper- 
ell, Mass., R. F. D. 

Lawrence Fred D., farm hand, res. Dudley P. Lawrence, p. o. 
E. Pepperell, Mass., R. F. D. 

Lawrence Obadiah, farmer, h. Depot rd. 

Lee John T., station agt., B. & M. R. R., Hollis Depot, p. o. do. 

Lewis Charles A., carpenter, h. Pepperell rd., p o. E. Pepperell, 
Mass., R. F. D. 

Libby Frank W., farmer, h. Merrimack rd. 

Locke Bertram G., retired, h. Common 

Locke Lester B., rem. to Townsend Harbor, Mass. 

Lorden Jerrv, teamster, h. l*epperell rd., p. o. E. Pepperell 
R. F. d'. 

Lorden John, farmer, h. Pepperell rd., p. o. E. Pepperell, 
R. F. D. 

Lorden Timothy J., res. Brookline rd. 

Lougee Nellie Mrs., res. Charles A. Read, High 

Lovejoy Francis A., blacksmith, Nashua rd., h. do. 

Lovosky John, driver, b. Norman Bennett, Milford rd. 

Lund George L., miller, h. Brookline i-d. 

Lund William E., laborer, h. Nashua 

Lund William H., farmer, h. Brookline rd. 

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Mace Edward, farmer, h. off Depot rd. 

Mace Rosanna, res. Edward Mace 

Mace Sadie, res. Edward Mace 

MARSHALL FRANK W., farmer, li. Rimnells bridge, p o. 

Nashua, R. F. I). No. 2 
Marshall Lester R., laborer, h. Nashua rd. 
Marshall Orlando A., died Apr. 23, 1906, age 51 
Marshall Wilber L., farmer, h. North Pepperell rd., 
Mason Harry C, laborer, h. Pepperell rd. 
Mason Thaddeus B., h. North Pepperell rd. 
Mayo Joseph E., laborer, h. Brookline rd. 
McLoud James, rem. to Nashua, N. H. 
McMaster William T., painter. High, h. do. 
McNayr Gilbert, rem. to Townsend Harbor, Mass. 
McNayr Herbert S., laborer, h. Nashua rd. 
Merrill Newton M., teamster, h. Milford rd. 
Messer Albert B., rem. to Concord, Mass. 
Messer George A., carpenter, h. Pine Hill rd. 
Mills William J., laborer, h. Pine Hill rd., p. o. Nashua, 

R. F. D. 
Moneypenny Annie, b. Elizabeth C. Fletcher, p. o. E. Pepperell, 

Mass. 
Mooar Louisa C., widow Lot, res. Fred B. Wheeler 
Moore Fred W., farmer, h. Pine Hill rd., p. o. Nashua, R. F. D. 
Morse Willis, died Jan 1, 1905 

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NEW ENGLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH CO., (See 

p. 21) 
Nichols Frank E., teamster, h. Pepperell rd., p. o. E. Pepeprell, 

Mass., R. F. D. 
Nichols George W., farmer, h. Pepperell rd., E. Pepperell, 

Mass., R. F. D. 
Nichols Nellie E. Mrs., res. Joseph Gates., High 
Northrup Fen wick E., laborer, h. Depot rd. 



O'Neil Martin, farmer, h. Pepperell rd. 

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193 



Ord Daniel W, blacksmith, b. Bertram G. Locke 
Ord Flora L., glove mfr., Common, h. do. 



Palmer Raymond F., teamster, h. Brookliue rd., p. o. S. Merri- 
mack , 

Patch George H., cooperage mfr., Brookline rd., h. do. 

Patch George T., cooper, h. Brookline rd. 

Patch Herbert T, farmer, h. Milford rd. 

Patch Jerome K., farmer, h. High 

Peacock George L., laborer, h. Nashua rd. 

Pierce Fred D., farmer, h. Pepperell rd., p. o. E. Pepperell, 
Mass., R. F. D. 

Pierce Merrick S., farmer, h. Depot rd. 

Pierce Francis C., res. Cyrus F. Burge 

Pierce William W., farmer, h. Pepperell rd., p. o. East Pep- 
perell, Mass., R. F. D. 

Powers Marcellus J., painter, h. Milford rd. 

Proctor Susan R., widow Thomas, summer res. High 



Read Abbie, res. Mrs. Helen R. Worcester, Nashua rd. 

Read Charles A., farmer, h. High 

Read Edward H., died Jan. 12, 1907 

Read Lucinda F., teacher, res. Chas. A. Read, High 

Read Mary E., res. Mrs. Helen R. Worcester, Nashua rd. 

Richards Napoleon, woodchopper, h. S. Merrimack rd. 

Riduirdson Charles, farmer, h. Nashua 

Richardson Charles B., town clerk, also sec. and treas. Hollis 

Mutual Fire Ins. Co., h. High 
Rideout Horace, farmer, h. Nashua rd., p. o. Nashua, R. F. D. 
Rideout John H., laborer, h. High 
Rideout Lewis S., farmer, h. Nashua rd. 
Riley I'atrick, laborer, h. Common 

Robbins George, farm hand, Rali)h E. Tenney, Pepperell rd. 
Robbius INLarion ^f. E., widow Solomon O., res. Oscar A. Woods, 

High 
Roby Homer, rem. to East Rindge, N. H. 
Rockwood William J., retired, h. depot rd. 



277 Main St., 
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Rogers Franklin D., h. Pepperell rd., p. o. E. Pepperell, Mass., 

R. F. D. 
Rogers Georgia, h. S. Merrimack rd., p. o. S. Merrimack 
Rogers William A., rem. to Nashua, N. H. 
Russell Henry, farmer, h. Milford rd. 



Sager Edward, rem. to Cambridge, Mass. 

Sanders William, carpenter, h. Common. 

SARGENT GEORGE W., real estate and general store, Com- 
mon, h. do. 

Sargent Lula A., music teacher, res. Geo. W. Sargent 

Scott Frank E., farmer, h. Milford rd. 

Shattuck Eugene H., cooper, h. Brookline rd. 

Shattuck Solomon, rem. to Nashua, N. H. 

Shattuck Soloman H., rem. to Nashua, N. H. 

Shedd N. Maria, widow Lewis, h. Pepperell rd. 

Sheridan Patrick H., farmer, h. Milford rd. 

Simmons William F., laborer, h. North part of town 

Simonds Marion, res. William B. Simonds, Pepperell rd. 

Simonds William B., farmer, h. Pepperell rd. 

Slocum Frank W., miller, h. West Hollis, p. o. E. Pepperell, 
R. F. D. 

Smith Clara E., res. Silas M. Spalding, Nashua 

Smith Delia A., res. S. Fred Wood, Pepperell rd. 

Smith Eunice, widow Charles, res. Frank W. Marshall, p. o. 
Nashua, R. F. D. 2 

SMITH NOAH H., poultry raiser and farmer, h. Runnells 
bridge, p. o. Nashua, R. F. D., No. 2 

Smith Sarah, widow John, h. Common 

SPALDING SILAS M., farmer, h. Nashua 

Spaulding Andrew H., farmer, h. Pepperell rd., p. o. E. Pep- 
perell, Mass., R. F. D. 

Spaulding Charles S., farmer, h. Milford rd. 

Spaulding Frank B., house and carriage painter, Pepperell rd., 
h. do., p. o. E. Pepperell, Mass., R. F. D. 

Spaulding Fred R., rem. to Athol, Mass. 

Spaulding Gladys, student, res. Frank W. Libby, S. Merrimack 
rd. 

Spaulding Herbert, farmer, h. S. Merrimack rd., p. o. South 
Merrimack 

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Stark William R., farmer, h. North Pepperell rd. 

Stickney Walter A., laborer, h. Nashua 

Stickney Walter B., res. Sarah E. Gilman 

Stimson George H., farmer, h. Milford rd. 

Stinson Wiley, laborer, h. Brookline rd., p. o. Hollis Depot 

Storm Stephen J., clerk, R. M. S., h. Nashua rd., p. o. Nashua, 

R. F. D. 
Stratton Charles M., farmer, h. High 
Stratton Edwin H., farmer, res. High 
Stratton M. Louise, res. Charles M., Stratton, High 
Strong Arthur E., laborer, h. High 
Sullivan Sarah, widow Joseph, h. Common 



Taylor William B., forester, Nashua Mfg. Co., h. Runnells 
bridge, p. o. Nashua, R. F. D. 2 

Tenney Ralph E., farmer, h. Pepperell rd. 

Truell Nathaniel L., farmer, h. Moore Hill, p. o. S. Merrimack 

Truell W^alter L., farmer, h. Moore Hill, p. o. S. Merrimack 

Twiss John H., farmer, h. Brookline rd. 

Twiss Frank F., farmer, h. Pepperell Hill rd., p. o. E. Pep- 
perell, Mass., R. F. I). 



Vandyke George F., farmer, Nashua rd. 
Verder George D., retired, h. High 
Verder George H., farmer, res. High 
Verder Harry D., farmer, res. High 
Verder William D., rem. to Natick, Mass. 



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W^akh James A., farmer, h. Nashua rd. 
Wardwell William G., rem. to Nashua, N. H. 
Weeks Kate C, res. Ruth D. Whitcher 
Wentworth Abram S., cooper, h. Milford rd. 
Wheeler Almon A., farmer, h. Nashua rd. 
Wheeler Augustus B., farmer, h. Nashua rd., p. o. S. Merri- 
mack 

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Wheeler Augustus E,, rem. to Nashua, N. H. 

Wheeler Bernard B., rem, to Nashua, N. H. 

Wheeler Bert, rem. to Nashua, N, H. 

Wheeler Edward E,, rem. to Nashua, N. H. 

Wheeler Erauk W., farmer, h. Merrimack rd. 

Wheeler Fred B., farmer, h. Nashua rd. 

Wheeler Kezia, widow James, h. S. Merrimack rd. 

Wheeler Silas B., farmer, h. Milford rd. 

Wheeler Thaddeus, died Mar. 1 190C 

Wheeler Uh'sses A., rem. to Sharon, Mass, 

Whitcher Charles E., clerk, George B. Cleasby, b, do, 

Whitcher Ruth D., widow Levi C, h. Depot rd. 

Whitfield Lucinda Mrs., h. High 

Whitley Harry, laborer, h. S. Merrimack rd. 

Whitney Geo. C. H., rem. to Melrose, Mass. 

Willoby Fred C, cooper, h. Pepperell rd,, p, o, E. Pepperell, 
Mass., R, F. D, 

Wilson Alonzo R., farmer, h. High 

Wilson Fannie, res, Geo, N, Wilson, p, o, S. Merrimack 

Wilson George E., res. Alonzo R. Wilson, High 

Wilson George N., farmer. South Merrimack p. o, do, 

Wilson Henry A., farmer and poultry raiser, res. High 

Wilson Mary F„ res, Alonzo R. Wilson, High 

Wilson, Sarah E., teacher, res. Alonzo R. Wilson, High 

Wilson Wm, W., contractor and builder. Pine Hill, h, do,, p, o. 
Nashua, R, F, D, 

Wood Esther S,, res. Joseph E, Wood, Pepperell rd. 

Wood Joseph E., farmer, h, Pepperell rd. 

Wood Oscar A,, cooper, h. High 

Woodin Charles A,, cooper, h, Milford rd, 

Woodin Emma, widow Henry L,, Pepperell rd., p. o. E. Pep- 
perell, Mass., R. F. D, 

Woodin George W,, rem, to Waltham, Mass, 

Woods Bessie N,, student, res, Lewis G, Woods, High 

Woods Elizabeth M,, widow Jeremiah, h, S. INIerrimack rd,, 
]). o, S, Merrimack 

Woods John, farmer, h. South ^Merrimack rd., p. o. S. Merri- 
mack 

Woods John L,, farmer, p, o. Hollis 

Woods T^ewis G,, farmer, h. High 

Woods Samuel F,, farmer, h, Pepperell rd. 

Woods William, rem, to Nashua, N. H. 



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Worcester Bros., (Samuel A., Franklin, Charles H., and Charles 

F.) coopers and lumber mfrs., High 
Worcester Charles F., farmer, also (Worcester Bros.,) h. Pep- 

perell rd. 
Worcester Charles H., farmer, also (Worcester Bros.,) h. Pep- 

perell rd. 
Worcester Franklin, farmer, also (Worcester Bros.), h. North 

Pepperell rd. 
Worcester Helen R., widow William, h. Nashua rd. 
Worcester L. Elizabeth, h. Depot rd. 
Worcester Samuel A., farmer, also (Worcester Bros.,) h. 

North Pepperell rd. 
Wright David J., farmer, h. off Depot rd. 
Wright Dustin D., rem. to Boston, Mass. 
Wright Ezra S., rem. to Brookline, N. H. 
Wright Willard B., laborer, h. Pepperell rd. 



HOLLIS BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



BLACKSMTHS— Ladd George A., Brookline rd.; Lovejoy 
Francis A., Nashua rd. 

BOOT AND SHOEMAKERS— GATES JOSEPH, High 

CARPENTERS— Adams Charles H., Milford rd.; Britton 
Arthur W., Nashua; Dunklee Harvey T., Pine Hill rd. ; Gates 
William J., Nashua; Howe Norman E., S. Merrimack rd., p. o. 
S. Merrimack; Lewis Charles A., Pepperell rd., p. o. E. Pep- 
perell, Mass. ; Messer George A., Pine Hill rd. 

CIDER MILL— Hale George F., Nashua rd. 

COOPERS— Patch George H., Brookline rd.; Worcester 
Bros, (mfrs.) High 

DOG KENNELS— JAMBApD DAMAS L., (breeder), 
Brookline rd., p. o. Nashua, Rl F. D. 2 (See p. 184) 

EXPRESSES — American Express Co., John T. Lee, agt., 
Hollis Depot, p. o. do. 

FARMERS— Adams Almon, Slilford rd.; Adams Ira E., 
Nashua rd., p. o. Nashua, R. F. D. 1 ; Ames Charles E., Mil- 
ford rd. ; Baker Phenix C., Depot rd. ; Barnard George F., 
Pine Hill, p. o. Nashua, R. F. D. 1; Bartemas, George H., 
Nashua rd., p. o. Nashua, R. F. D. 1 ; Baxter Arthur J., Nashua 
rd., p. o. Nashua; Baxter William R., Nashua rd., p. o. Nashua; 

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Blood Fred C, Pepperell rd., p. o. E. Pepperell, Mass., R. F. D. 
Blood George H., Brookline rd., p. o. Nashua, R. F. D. 2 
Budro Alexander, Depot rd.; Burge Cyrus F., Depot rd. 
Burns Joseph R. M., p. o. Nashua, R. F. D. 1 ; Cameron Henry 
G., Pine Hill rd. ; Campbell Fred G., Brookline rd. ; Cassidy 
Samuel L,, Moore Hill, p. o. S. Merrimack; Charrait Joseph, 
Brookline rd. ; Clement Tristam F., Milford rd. ; Coburn John 
A., Pepperell rd., p. o. E. Pepperell, Mass., R. F. D.; Colburn 
Charles A., Common; Colburn Franklin P., Pepperell rd. ; 
Colburn George W., Nashua rd., p. o. Nashua, R, F. D. 1 ; Col- 
burn Warren A., Depot rd. ; Coleman Sylvester, Pine Hill rd. ; 
Corliss John, Nashua rd. ; Dalton Henry F., Pine Hill, p. o. 
Nashua R. F. D. ; Dean William H., Depot rd. ; Dunklee Albert 
J., S. Merrimack rd. ; Eastman Charles F., N. Pepperell rd. ; 
Eaton Asa B., Depot rd. ; Etheridge Daniel J., S. Merrimack 
rd. ; Farley Frank L., Pine Hill rd., p. o. Nashua, R. F. D.; 
Farley Leonard J., Pine Hill rd., p. o. Nashua, R. F. D. ; Far- 
ley Perry M., Pine Hill rd., p. o. Nashua, R. F. D,; Farley 
Wilbert P., Pine Hill rd., p. o. Nashua, R. F. D. ; Fletcher 
Frank B., Milford rd. ; Foster Jesse H., Milford rd., p. o. Pone- 
mah, N. H. ; Gould Warren F., High; Greenleaf Thomas A., 
Pepperell rd. ; Hale Charles A., Nashua rd. ; Hardy Charles F., 
Nashua rd. ; Hardy Charles W., Common; Hardy Edward, 
Nashua rd. ; Hardy George H., Nashua rd. ; Hardy Noah, Pine 
Hill rd. ; Hayden Charles F., Milford rd. ; Hay den Josiah N., 
Milford rd. ; Hayden Samuel F., Milford rd. ; Hayden Willis D., 
Milford rd.; Hill William M., Brookline rd., p. o. S. Merrimack; 
Hill Waldo E., Brookline rd., p. o. S. Merrimack ; Hills Albert 
F., S. Merrimack rd., p. o. S. Merrimack; Hills James E., Pine 
Hill rd. ; Howe John W., Nashua rd., p. o. Nashua, R. F. D.; 
Howe Norman E., S. Merrimack rd., p. o. S. Merrimack ; Hunt 
Fred R., Nashua rd. ; Hurd Everett L., Nashua rd. ; Hurd 
George D., Nashua rd. ; Hurd Truman, Nashua rd. ; Hutchinson 
Fred W., Brookline rd., p. o. S. Merrimack; Jewett Andrew, 
off Pepperell rd. ; Keith Cyrus C, Nashua rd., p. o. Nashua, 
R. F. D.; Keith Hammond, Nashua rd., p. o. Nashua 
R. F. D. ; Kelley George W., Pine Hill rd. ; Keyes George A., 
Pepperell rd. ; Lawrence Dudley P., Pepperell rd., p. o. E. Pep- 
perell, Mass., R. F. D. ; Lawrence Obadiah, Depot rd. ; Libby 
Frank W., S. Merrimack rd. ; Lorden John, Pepperell rd., p. o. 
E. Pepperell, Mass., R. F. D. ; Lund William H., Brookline rd. ; 
Mace Edward, off Depot rd. ; Marshall Frank W., Runnells 
bridge, p. o. Nashua, R. F. D, 2; Marshall Wilber L., North 

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Pepperell rd.; Moore Fred W., Pine Hill rd., p, o. Nashua, R. 
F. D.; Nichols George W., Pepperell rd., p. o. E. Pepperell, 
Mass., R. F. D.; O'Neil Martin, Pepperell rd.; Patch Herbert 
T., Milford rd. ; Patch Jerome K., High ; Pierce Fred D., Pep- 
perell rd., p. o. E. Pepperell, Mass., R. F. D. ; Pierce Merrick 
S., Depot rd. ; Pierce William W., Pepperell rd., p. o. E. 
Pepperell, Mass., R. F. D.; Read Charles A., High; 
Richardson Charles, Nashua; Rideout Horace, Nashua 
rd., p. o. Nashua, R. F. D.; Rideout Lewis S., Nashua 
rd., p. o. Nashua, R. F. D. ; Russell Henry, Milford rd. ; Scott 
Frank E., S. Merrimack rd. ; Sheridan Patrick H., north part 
of town; Simonds William B., Pepperell rd.; Smith Noah H., 
Runnelis bridge, p. o. .Nashua, R. F. D. 2; SPALDING 
SILAS M., Nashua; Spaulding Andrew H., Pepperell rd., p. o. 
E. Pepperell, Mass., R. F. D.; Spaulding Charles S., Pep- 
perell rd. ; Spaulding Herbert, S., Merrimack rd., p. o. S. 
Merrimack; Stark ^Villiain R., North Pepperell rd.; Stinson 
George H., Milford rd.; Stratton Charles "m., High; Stratton 
Edwin H., High; Tenney Ralph E., Pepperell rd.; Truell Na- 
thaniel L., Moore Hill, p. o. S. Merrimack; Truell Walter L., 
Moore Hill, p. o. S. Merrimack; Twiss John H., Brookline rd. ; 
VanDyke George F., Nashua rd.; Walch James A., Nashua 
rd. ; Wheeler Almon A., Nashua rd. ; Wheeler Augustus B., 
S. Merrimack rd., p. o. S. Merrimack; Wheeler Frank W., S. 
Merrimack rd. ; Wheeler Fred B., Nashua rd. ; Wlieeler Silas 
B., Milford rd. ; Wilson Alonzo R., Pepperell rd. ; Wilson 
George N., S. Merrimack, p. o. do.; W'ilson Henry A., High; 
Wood Joseph E., Pepperell rd. ; Wood S. Fred, Pepperell rd. ; 
Woods John, S. Merrimack rd., p. o. S. Merrimack; Woods 
John L., p. o. Hollis; Woods Lewis G., High; Woods Samuel 
F., Pepperell rd.; Worcester Charles F., Pepperell rd. ; Wor- 
cester Charles H., Pep])erell rd.; Worcester Franklin, N. Pep- 
perell rd.; Worcester Samuel A., North Pepperell rd. ; Wright 
David J., off De])ot rd. 
FLORIST— Coburn Milton G., Nashua rd. 
GENERAL STORES— CLEASBY GEORGE B., Common; 
SARGENT GEORGE W., Common 

GLOVE MFR.— Ord Flora 'L., Common 
IIARNESSMAKER— GATES JOSEPH, High 
ICE DEALER— Lndd George A., Brookline rd. 
INSURANCE AGENT— Dudley Fred W., Common 
INSURANCE (^OMPANY— Hollis Mutual Fire Insurance 
Co., High 



We have a large stock — Two grinding plants 
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200 HOLLIS DIRECTORY. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Hale Charles A.; Hardy 
Charles W.; Hardy George W.; Richardson Charles B.; Wor- 
cester Franklin 

LUMBER MFRS.— Worcester Bros., High 

M]TTEN MFRS..— Clifford Charles A., Runnells bridge, 
p. o. Nashua, R. F. D. 2 

MILK DEALERS— Bell Charles J., Pepperell rd., p. o. E. 
Pepperell, Mass. ; R. F. D. ; JAMBARD DAMAS L., Brookline 
rd., p. o. Nashua, R. F. D. 2; Hale George F., Nashua rd.; 
Hardy Charles E., Nashua rd. ; Hardy George I., Pine Hill 
rd.; Hurd Munroe, Nashua 

NEWSPAPER— Hollis Times, (Friday), Nashua, below 
Common 

NOTARY PUBLIC— Powers Marcellus J. 

OPTICIANS— BABBITT CO., THE, 277 Main, Nashua; 159 
Merrimack, Lowell, (See foot lines) 

PAINTERS— McMaster William T., (paper hanger). High; 
Powers Marcellus J., Milford rd. ; Spaulding Frank B., Pep- 
perell rd., p. o. E. Pepperell, Mass., R. F. D. 

PHONOGRAPH DEALER— CLIFFORD CHARLES A., 
Runnells bridge, p. o. Nashua, R. F. D. 2 

PHYSICIAN— Hazard George S., Depot rd. 

POULTRY RAISER— SMITH NOAH H., Runnells bridge, 
p. o. Nashua, R. F. D. 2 

PRINTER— Hildreth Albert F., Nashua below Common 

REAL ESTATE AGT.— SARGENT GEORGE W., Common 

SAW MILLS— Hayden Daniel W., Milford rd.; Tarbell 
Edward E., West Hollis, p. o. E. Pepperell, Mass. 

STABLES— Colburn Warren A., (boarding). Depot rd.; 
Hardy George W., Common 

TEACHERS (MUSIC)— Gilman Belle I., Depot rd.; Sar- 
gent Lula A., Common 

TEAMSTERS— Denault Alexander, High; Lorden Jerry, 
Pepperell rd., p. o. E. Pepperell, Mass. R. F. D.; Merrill New- 
ton M., Milford rd.; Nichols Frank E., Pepperell rd., p. o. E. 
Pepperell, Mass., R. F. D. ; Palmer Raymond F., Brookline rd., 
p. o. S. Merrimack 

TELEPHONE COMPANIES— Hollis Telephone Co., 
Nashua; NEW ENGLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH 



Co., (See p. 24) 



For your eye troubles let this direc- . ^ 

277 Main St.. ^ory direct you to '^^ Mernmack St.. 

NASHUA. N. H. THE BABBITT CO., OPTICIANS lowell. mass. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 201 



A. G. Pollard & Co. 

Lowell, Massachusetts. 

The Store for Thrifty People 

Lowell's Biggest aod BesI Depaflmenl Stofe. 



Everything for Women's Wear. 

Everything for Men's Wear. 

Everything for Children's Wear. 

Teas, Coffees, and Fancy Groceries, 



Our Special Sales of Silks, Velvets, 

Rugs, Bed Spreads, Shoes, and 

Kitchen Furnishings, are well 

known all over this section. 

Our under price Basement is the most economical shopping 
place in New England. 

We've a thoroughly organized mail order department and 
deliver purchases amounting to $5.00 and upwards to any express 
or freight oflico in this section. 

A. G. POLLARD & CO., 

Merrimack, Palmer and Middle Sts. , 
Lowell, Mass. 



202 ADVERTISEMENTS- 



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Bowdoin St., 0pp. State House 
BOSTON 



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This liotel is new and absolutely tire-prooi'; even the 
floors are of si one; nothin<»- wood but the doors. We offer 
you the loliowin*; rates, as an inducement to stop at our 
house when you are in I'oslon. 

For ro(Mns with hoi and cold water and free public 
batli, $1.0(1 and 11.50 a day tor one person ; |2.00 and $2.50 
a day for two persons. Rooms with jjrivate bath, $1,50 
and 12.00 a day for one person; $2.50 and $.3.00 a day 
for two persons. Will make a weekly rate for rooms 
with hot and cold watei- of $0.00 to $0.00; with private 
bath, $8.00 to $10.00 Suites of two rooms witli bath, 
$14.00 to $22.00. The cafe and dinin<i room are first class 
and are conducted on the ICuro])ean i>lan. 

This hotel is strictly a tempei-ance house; no liquors, 
no bai-. 

STORER F. CRAFTS, - ■ ■ MANAGER. 



204 ADVERTISEMENTS- 



INCORPORATED 1829. 

LOWELL INSTITUTION FOR SAVINGS 

18 Shattiick St., Lowell, Mass. 

OFFICE HOURS 

Every day 9 a. m. to 1 p. m. and Saturday evenings, 7 to 9. 
No payments made during a quarter week. 
Quarters commence on first Saturday in February, May, 
August and November. 
A. ST. JOHN CHAMBRE, President 
Vice-Presidents : 
George Bowers Charles H. Hobson John J. Colton 
Trustees : 
Frederick Bailey Edmund H. Packer George Bowers 

John J. Colton Charles H. Hobson Joseph L. Gushing 

Michael Collins A. St. John Chambre 

Franklin Nickerson Harry Dunlap 

EDWARD B. CARNEY, Treasurer. 
Jas. E. Gibson, Wallace P. Butterfield, Frances D. Smith, 
Minnie E. Brown, Clerks. John .Jessup, Watchman. 

Dr. Arthur Q. Marren, 

SURGEON DENTIST 

CKOAVN AND P>KII)(}E SPECIALIST. 
100 Main Street, Nelson Building, 

Nashua, New Hampshire. 

MRS. ANNE M. EHnOTT, 

HiGURisT, ummm m rbiist in pair 

SCPERFLU0U8 HAIR TREATED BY THE ELEtTRIC NEEDLE. 

SHAMPOOING AND FACE MASSAGE 

Elocution I^essous Tauj;ht Eveniiifiis. At Toilet Parlors. 
No. 5 Laton Bnildinji:, Nashua, N. H. 

Ol'EN TIIITRSDAY EVENINGS. 

hours: 9 TO 12 a. m., 1.30 to 5 r. m. 



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Mrs. E. J. Kimball 

IIAIU DliESSIXG, SHAMI>OOIX<;, IMAXICUKIXG^ CHIROPODY 

ELECTRIC FACIAL AND SCALP TREATMENT 

VIBRASSAGE USED. 

BLEACHING AND BURNISHING 

HAIR GOODS TO ORDER 

NELSON BLOCK, NASHUA, N. H. 

Telephone Connection. 

OUR AIM 

is to give the public perfect service and a Drug Sup- 
ply of Superior Quality, realizing that a Well Satis- 
fied Customer is the Best Possible Advertisement. 

FKANK H. WING ATE. 

DRUGGIST 

V2U Main Street, - . - - Nashua. N. H. 



BARR HARDWARE CO. 

Shell' and Heavy Hardware. Blacksmith and Carriage Wood- 
worker's Supplies. Paints, Oils, Glass and Putty. 

74 MAIN ST. NASHUA N. H. 

Nashua Hardware Co., 

.FAMES liAKNAUl), Mauaj;er. 

Hafdwafe, Paiots, Oils, Seeds, 



Agricultuial Impbants, Spoitiog Coods, &c, 

No. 70 >L\1X STKIOKT, NASH FA, N. H. 



206 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



J. B. A. GUERTIN 

Mninifaetuivr of and Dealer in 

HORSE Tj A "p ivn? Q QTT Q ''''^^^ 

BLANKETS ■""*^-K.-L^J^*30JlrO cOMBS 
BITS, BRUSHES, WHIPS, ETC. 

' REPAIRING DONE WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH 

72 Pearl St., NASHUA, N. H. 

UPSTAIRS 

TELEPHONE CONNECTION. 

DuANE F. Holt, Ralph W. Holt, 

ARCHITECT. ilANAGER. 

DUANE F. HOLT & SON, 

Building Contractors. 

. . . AGENTS FOR . . . 

Lap Seal Asbestos Roofing and Dealers in Sheathing Papers 

of all grades. Latest Architectural Ideas. 

Famons TRINIDAD Asphalt Roof and Iron Paint. 

Office 282 Main Street, (TeL Con.) . . NASHUA, N. H. 

JOHN F. DILLON 

ELECTRIC LIGHT, 
Bell AND Telephone Work. 

Tel.297-3. 351 Main St. , Nashua. 
TREMONT STABLES. 

FRANK A. GRAY, Prop. 

Pifst-Class Lively, Boafding and Bailing Stables. 

SPECIAL ATTENTION TO BOARDERS AND TRANSIENTS. 

Rear of Treniont Hotel, Nashua, N. H. 

TELEPHONE CONNECTION. 



ADVERTISEMENTS, 207 



A. K. WOODPJ RY. W. L. WOODBURY. 

A. K. WOODBURY & CO., 

ONLY AGENTS FOR NASHUA, MILFORD, 
AND VICINITY, FOR THE 

B[[ HIVE BRAND FELT ANO GRAVEL ROOFING 

42 Arlington Street, Xasluia. Telephone Connection. 

DIRECT PRIVATE WIRES. Telephone 22. 

COREY, MILLIKEN & CO., 

A. G. Johnson^ Manager. 

BANKERS a.nd BROKERS 

Stocks, Bonds, and Investment Securities for Cash or 
Carried on Margin. 

103 Main Street, Room 14, Nashua, N. H. 

WINDSOR HOTEL 

:\r. H. O'GRADY, I»ROP. 

American and European Plans. 

Electrics pass the door every 10 minutes. 
Rates, |2.00 ])er day. Special rates to Commercial Travelers. 

19, 21. and 23 Main Street. 
NASHUA. N. H. 



208 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



WhaJom Pa^rk 

THE OUTING PLACE FOR 
THOUSANDS 

Why Not Mecke it 
YOURS ? 



TREMONT HOUSE, 

V'u-M Class ill I-]vci'y raiiiiiilaf. 

Our 50 Cerit Dinners are Unexcelled 

GRAHAM S. BELL, 

NASHUA, N. H. 

ESTIMATES FURNISHED TELEPHONE CONNECTION 

F. E. COLE & COMPANY 
PRINTERS AND BOOK BINDERS 

Paper Rulers, Blank Book Manufacturers, 

11 1-2 Water Street, Nashua, N. H. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



209 



Smith's 



137 Main Street, Season's Block, 
NASHUA, N. H. 

WHEN IN NASHUA GO TO THE 
LUND CAFE 

For the Best Dinner in town, 35cts. 

Breakl'asl and Suj)})er, 25 cents 

J. N. Stevens, I'rop., E. I'earl St., 

Near the Car Station. 

Hallisey, the Druggist 

Near Worcester and Nashua Depot, 
NASHUA, N. H. 

Drugs and Medicines 

Toilet Articles and Perfumes 

FINE TOBACCO AND CIGARS 

Long Distance Phone 




210 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Established 1873. Telephone Connection. 

C. B. Jackman & Son, 

Plumliefs, Steam and Gas Fittefs. 

Wholesale and Ketail Dealers in 

Pluuibefs', Steam and Gas WWm Supplies. 



stoves, Ranges and Fnruaces, Akron Sewer Pipes and Fittings. 
Catalognes, Plans, Specifications and Estimates Furnished. 

Steel Ceilings ql specioLlty. 

Metal Clapboards and Sheet Metal Work of Every Description. 
24 and 33 Cross Street, Xashna, N. H. 

CHARLES MARDEN. 

Successor to JNIarden & Mygntt. 

PLUMBER. 

STEAM AND il WATER HEATING 

Furnaces, Ranges and vStoves. 

TIN AND SHEET IRON WORK. 

Sole Agent fok Congo Roofing. 

89 W. PEARL ST., NASHUA, N. H. 

telephone. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



211 




WhenYouWish 

Your Walls Newl}^ Papered, 
call in and see the new and 
exquisite colorings and pat- 
terns in our handsome stock. 
Largest and best selected 
line of 



Wall Papers 

Send Mouldings 

IN NASHUA 

SEND FOR SxVMPLES IF YOU CANNOT CALL. 

We are headquarters for Painter's Supplies of all kinds. 
W^arranted Pure White Leads and Pure Linseed Oils. Colors 
in Oil, Varnishes, Brushes, Artist's Materials, etc. 

AGENTS FOR THE 

CELEBRATED DEVOE READY MIXED PAINTS. 

THE PAINT THAT ^VEAKS. 

Color Car<ls Fui-nislied. 



cHiis, w. mm 4 



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Successors to 
^J. 13. :BIOr<T^OF^IZ), 

111 PEAKL ST., NASHUA, N. H. 



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ADVERTISEMENTS. 



A. E. GAY. 

62 Main St., Nashua, N. H. 

Heating OLiid Plvimbing 

in all its broLnches. 

Agent for the 

VOLUNTEER 

Steam e^nd 
Water 

HEATERS 

©Lnd 



The 
Celebrated 

K E L S E Y 
Warm Air 

Generactor. 

Akron Sewer Pipe. 

Tin Roofing, etc. 





ADVERTISEMENTS. 213 



Wholesale Depaitmen 



K[[N[. N. 



, SYNDICATE STORKS 

J Goodnow-Hunt-Pearson Co., Nashua, N.H. 

I Goodnow, Peaison & Co., . Gardner, Mass. 

^ Goodnow Bros. & Co,. . East Jaffrey. N. H. 

Goodnow & Derby, . . Peterboro, N. H. 

W. L. Goodnow Co., . . . Keene, N H. 

W. L. Goodnow Co.. . . Winchester, N. H. 

Goodnow, BemisA Co.. . Marlboro, N. H. 

Goodnow, Bros. & Pearson, Bellows Falls, Vt. 

Goodnow, Pearson & Hunt, Brattleboro, Vt. 

The Goodnow Co Fitchburg, Mass. 



Goodnow-Hunt-Pearson Co. 

CLOTHING AND SHOES. 

Nashua's Biggest and Best Clothing 
and Shoe House. 

As many people know, the Goodnow retail stores are fur- 
nished with their goods, at factory prices, by the W. L. Goodnow 
Co. 's wholesale house in Keene. 

This is why we can and do make the low prices which we do 
make. 

Our assortment you will always find the largest and our 
prices much lower for quality. 

We make a specialty of Boy's and Children's Clothes. 

Strictly one price, cash, and your money back if you want it. 

GOODNOW-HUNT-PEARSON CO., 

Odd Fellows Nashua, 

Building N. H. 



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ADVERTISEMENTS, 



THE 
F. O. RAY CO 



STEAM and 
HOT WATER 
ENGINEERS, 
PLUMBING, 
HARDWARE. 



AGENTS FOR 



GURNEK steam and Hot Watef HEATERS 



Plans and Specifications dnnvn and Estimates made on 
all systems of Heatin<>- and Ventilating-. 

Dealers in Akron Pipe and Fittings. 

Full Line of Gas Fixtures. 

Steam, Gas Fitting and Plumbing promptly executed. 



85 West Pearl St., Nashua, N. H. 

Telephone Connection. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 215 



H. S. NORWELL CO., 

97-109 Maii\ St.. 
NASHUA. N. H. 

Send to us for samples 
or quotations on 



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Dry Goods Fancy Goods 

Muslin and Lace Curtains 

Upholstery Goods 

French Jewelry Trunks and Bags 

Cloaks and Suits 

Ladies' and Children's Fine Boots 
and Shoes 

Muslin Underwear Infant's Goods 

Corsets, etc. 

Specially trained employes execute Mail Orders. 

Satisfaction guaranteed by our system of 
''Money Back for the Asking." 

H. S. NOR.WELL CO.. 

NASHUA, N. H. 



jEO. JORDAN, Contractor and Builder, 



CRESCENT STREKT. 

NEAR CROS\ 

EAST PEPPEB oi.L. 



For Furniture, Carpets, Rugs, and all 

House Furnishings, go to 

KIDDER. & DAVIS, 

331-335 MAm STREET, FITCHBURG, MASS. 

SUCCESSORS TO WEBBER & HAYWARD. 

Agents for Magee and Sterling Ranges. 



The Webber Lumber Company, 



JOBBERS IN 



Doors, Sash, Blinds, Window Frames, Gutters, Piazza Columns, 

Red Wood Sh' 'g'.es, N. B, Cedar Shingles, N. C. Pine 

and Doxnestic Pine, California Redwood. 

19 Newton Place, Fitchburg, Mass. 



JENNISON PLUMBING COMPANY, 

StesLin Fitters, 

All kinds of Hovise Hea-ting. 

FITCHBURG. MASS. 



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