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Full text of "Polk's dental register and directory of the United States and Canada"

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II AL UNIVERSITY 



COi..LEGE OF DENTISTRY 

L o"u "i s V I'l' L E , Kentucky 



■l.jiexceliecl Clmical Faciiities 



^. E. GRANT, M. p., Dean 



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No Dental J^b0i?5itBrfi9B^Q(g«hiplete W^ithout 

E. J. M<j CORMICK'S 




PRICE LIST 



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•D 2fe^Mediuni Orange 

O 3^Dark Orange 

Z 4^Mottled (Light Red) 

g5=fMottled (Dark Red) 

p^ 6 — Maroon 



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Nubian (Jet Black) 

8 — Ordinary Black 

9— Light Pink 

10 — Medium Pink 

11— Deep Pink 

12 — Brown 

13—15 Minutes for Repairing 

14— Palate 

15 — Gutta Percha Base Plate 

16— Red Vulcanizable Gutta Percha 

17— Gutta Percha Stopping (per oz.) 

18— Red Weighted 

19— Black Weighted 

20— White Rubber 

21— ^Special Red " 

22— Olive 

23— Gladiator 

24 — Anaconda 

25— Gold Flake ;•••,.. , 

26— "Para" (Dark Color) Dental Dam, 5 and 6 niches wide 

medium per yard roll 2.00, thin 1.35. 

medium per half yard roll 1.00, thin 70 cents. 
27— "Ceylon" (Light Color) Dental Dam, 5 and 6 inches wide, 

medium per yard roll 2.00, thin 1.35. 

medium per half yard rbll 1.00, thin 70 cents. 



$3.75 
3.75 
3.75 
3.75 
3.75 
3.75 
3.75 
3.75 
6.00 
6.00 
6.00 
3.75 
3.75 
4.00 
3.50 
4.50 
1.50 
4.00 
4.00 
6.00 
3.75 
3.75 
3.75 
3.75 
4.00 



5 

lb, lots 
$3.25 
3.25 
3.25 
3.25 
3.25 
3.25 
3.25 
3.25 
5.50 
5.50 
5.50 
3.25 
3.25 
3.50 
3.00 
4.00 
1.35 
3.50 
3.50 
5.50 
3.25 
3.25 
3.25 
3.25 
3.50 



10 
lb. lots 
$3.00 
3.00 
3.00 
3.00 
3.00 
3.00 
3.00 
3.00 
5.25 
5.25 
5.25 
3.00 
3.00 
3.25 
2.75 
3.75 
1.10 
3.25 
3.25 
5.25 
3.00 
3.00 
3.00 
3.00 



25 
lb. lots 
$2.75 
2.75 
2.75 
2.75 
2.75 
2.75 
2.75 
2.75 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
2.7^ 
2.7 
3.0U 
2.50 
3.50 
1.00 
3.0- 
30.-. 

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2.7, 
2.75 
2.75 



These rubVws are the best adapted in the world for dental purposes, being remarkable for their great 
strength, exceptional elasticity and beautiful finish, also for the ease with which they are packed. 



ASK YOUR DEALER FOR THEM 
If Not Obtainable Send to: ^ J McCORMICK RUBBER CO. 

355-357 W. 36th St. NEW YORK CITY 



EVANS GUTTA PERCHA CEMENT 

AND OUTFIT 




For Cementation of Crowns and Bridges 




It i; an ideal preparation for the purpose, and with the instruments designed for its use as easily 
manipulated as oxyphosphate. Complete outfits containing cement and instruments, $5.00. Sold 
separately. Box of Cement, $3.00; Instrument, $3.00. Trial package of Cement, $1.00. 

Also Manufacturers of the 

EVANS NON-OXIDIZiBLE SEAMLESS GOLD CAPS AND 60LD CROWNS 

GOTHAM SPEGIflLTY CO. «.Nur.=TUREBs or 

SUCCESSORS TO 

EVANS COMPANY 



DENTAL SPECIALTIES 

55 W. 39th Street, NEW YORK CITY 




WILLIAM BRODY ^ CO 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



TRADE 



ANTl-THERMO 



MARK 



GRINDING WHEELS 

BROACHES 
MANDRELS 

HYPODERMICK NEEDLES 



SEND FOR CATALOG AND PRICE LIST 

1911 PARK AVE. NEW YORK CITY 



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IjELENKO'SI 




Solders 



Are sold under an unconditional guarantee as to fine- 
ness, easy flow and matching color of gold to be used with. 

Ask your dealer for them (every dwt. has 
our name stamped on it). If he cannot 



supply you write direct to us. 



J. F. JELENKO & CO. 

Manufacturers of 

DENTAL GOLDS 



1 Union Square 



NEW YORK, U. S. A. 



I JELENKO'S READY SHAPED LINGUAL BARS | 

E will fit practically any case without any additional bending. = 

S Made in heavy cased 18 kt. gold and 16 kt. gold and 2% platinum. ~ 

18 KT. CASED BAR " 

$1.25 each— $12.00 doz. 

16 KT. GOLD BARS 

No. 1 long and No. 2, $2.25 
No. 1 Med. and No. 3, 2.00 
No. 1 Short and No. 4. 1.75 

ORDER BY NUMBER 

For sale by all dental 

dealers or direct front 

The Manufacturers 

J. F. JELENKO & CO. 

I 1 Union Square NEW YORK, U. S. A. [ 

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IN THE WELL KNOWN 



D. U USTI 5C SON 

UUSTI MOULDS AND SHADES 




STERN FACING 




2. 

OLO STYLE FACING 



STRONGER DESIGN 

THE tubular construction of the pins m the Stem 
Facing makes possible a stronger anchorage 
by reason of the entrance of the porcelain into 
the bases of the pins, holding them from the mside 
as well as the outside In addition, the troubles due 
to platinum expansion, such as microscopic checking 
of porcelain structure during bakmg and much of the 
checking in heatmg up cases, are greatly redpced 



3. BACKING TOOL 

through the reduction in bulk of the pin and the' 
distribution of the metal over a larger area. The 
strength of the facing has been found to be very much 
greater than that of long-pin facings m comparative 
tests. 

SIMPLER MANIPULATION 

HE Stern Facing is backed by pushing the pins 
downward through backing gold placed on a 

sheet of base-plate wax (Figs. 4 and 5) By pins pukcheo through bmkins 
TOOTH in position on Bacwhg means of the burnisher end A of the backing tool 
(Fig. 3) the backing is pressed to place around the 
pins (Fig. 6) and the 'pins are riveted with the other 
end B of the tool (Fig 7) 

SAFER SOLDERING 






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BURNISHER m PLACE 




PINS RIVETED 



I IVETING the pins avoids the damage caused by 
beading solid pins and the large percentage 
of checking of facings due to leakage of 
borax and solder through the pinhofes is entirely 
obviated through the perfect sealing of the holes 
as shown m Figs. 8 and 9. 

PRICES V>ITH C»H 

PER TOOTH 32 32 

IN S 2S LOTS LESS I0« OR 283 2794 

SIOO 20K •■ 256 2432 

SPECIAL Discounts for larger quantities 
MORE DETAILED LITERATURE WILL BE( MAILED ON REQUEST 




RIVETINa TOOL IN PLACE 




STERN Sl CO 

112 WEST II6IH ST. NEW YORK 




Chicago Colleye of Dental Surgery 

DENTAL DEPARTMENT 
VALPARAISO UNIVERSITY 

3,224 Graduates at Close of Season, 1914-1915 

The annual course of instruction will begin the first Tuesday in 
October of each year, closing about June 1st thereafter. 

The College was founded in 1880,- and has > remained under the 
management of its founders continuously since its organization. 

The building is the only one in the west which is used exclusively 
for Dental College purposes. It is owned by the college, and was 
planned and erected with special reference to the requirements of a 
Dental School. 

In the matter of equipment, location, clinic and course of instruction, 
this College offers unsurpassed facilities to the dental student. 

For aunual announcement, address 

CHICAGO COLLEGE OF DENTAL SURGERY 



1747 West Harrison Street, 



CHICAGO, ILL. 



Chicago College 



OF 



Dental Surgery 

Dental Department, Valparaiso University 



FACULTY— SESSION OF 1916 



Truman W. Brophj^ M. D., D. D. S., LL. D., Dean of Faculty, Professor 
and Head of Department of Oral Surgery, 81 East Madison St., Chicago. 

C. N. Johnson, M. A., L. D. S., D. D. S., Dean of Students, Professor 
and Head of Department of Operative Dentistry, 22 East Washington St., 
Chicago. 

W. L. Copeland, M. D., C. M., M. R. C. S., Secretary, Professor and 
Head of Department of Anatomy, 31 N. State St., Chicago. 

Calvin S. Case, M. D., D. D. S., Professor and Head of Department 
of Orthodontia, 108 N. State St., Chicago. 

J. Newton Roe, M. D., Sc. D., Professor and Head of Department of 
Chemistry and Metallurgy, 706 South Lincoln St., Chicago. 

W. H. G. Logan, M. D., D. D. S., Professor and Head of Department 
of Oral Pathology, Oral Hygiene, Associate Professor of Oral Surgery and 
Radiography, 29 East Madison St., Chicago. 

J. P. Buckley Ph. G., D. D. S., Professor and Head of Department of 
Materia Medica and Therapeutics, 39 South State St., Chicago. 

Charles H. DeWitt, M. D., M. S., Professor and Head of Department 
of Bacteriology and Histology, 706 South Lincoln St., Chicago. 

F. E. Roach, D. D. S., Professor and Head of Department of Prosthetic 
Dentistry, 59 E. Madison St., Chicago. 

William D. Zoethout, A. M., Ph. D., Professor and Head of Department 
of Physiology, 706 South Lincoln St., Chicago. 

P. G. Puterbaugh, M. D., D. D. S., Professor and Head of Department 
of Physical Diagnosis and Anaesthetics, 2502 Orchard St., Chicago. 

J. E. Schaefer, D. D. S., LL.B., Professor and Head of Department of 
Dental jurisprudence. Associate Professor of Prosthetic Dentistry, Ethics, 
Economics, 1747 W. Harrison St., Chicago. 

R. E. MacBoyle, D. D. S., Professor and Head of Department of Crown 
and Bridge Work, 2460 N. Clark St., Chicago. 

C M. Cahill, Ph. G., D, D. S., Associate Professor of Materia Medica 
•and Therapeutics, 1553 W. Madison St., Chicago. 

T. L. Grisamore, Ph. G., D. D. S., Associate Professor of Orthodontia, 
29 East Madison St., Chicago. 

L. C. Borland, M. D., Associate Professor of Anatomy. 

Charles E. Jones, B. S., D. D. S., Registrar, Director of the Research 
Laboratory, 1747 W. Harrison St., Chicago. 



Latest Electric Dental Drill 

Result of Over 20 Years* Research and Experimenting 

SAFETY FIRST -PERFECT INSULATION 



Smallest Power Motor in the World 

= 6/2SO VOLTS — 

Alternating or Direct Current 



It is perfectly balanced and is powerful enough to drive J^ inch 
grindstone on first speed and larger diameter on the three higher 
speeds. 

It is a direct drive. No gearing down devices to give power. 
One revolution of armature to one revolution of the drill. Power 
is obtained directly from the current. 

Each motor will operate on either alternating or direct current. 

It is regulated by the usual office foot controller giving four 
speeds 600-2800 R.P.M. forward and reverse. 

It; is also regulated by a small, very light, portable controller 
that may be placed in a case along with the engine, instrument, 
medicine, etc., and taken to the patient's home or hospital and by 
removing a lamp from a socket you can regulate the motor to give 
the same four speeds forward and reverse and to deliver the same 
power. 

It is noiseless and stands for maximum efficiency. 

The light telepiione cord attached to the motor affords the 
operator absolute freedom of movement. The change of hand- 
pieces is accomplished by unscrewing one from the motor stem and 
screwing in the other, requiring about the same time as the slip 
joint. The motor takes any handpiece that has the same thread 
as No. 7. Only the Doriot Handpiece requires fitting in our factory. 
The No. 6-No. 7. Contra Angle, Fellow^ship, Consolidated or Engine 
Mallet may be screwed into the motor and be ready for operating 
in a few seconds. Or new handpieces may be ordered with the 
engine. 

It is built by the Westinghouse Company, and the outfit is 
offered the profession after having been subjected to hard usage in 
actual practice in New York. It is guaranteed for one year against 
defect not caused by misuse, abuse or accident. 

Send today for new free Catalogue and acquaint yourself with 
an Engine that will increase the earning capacity in your office and 
in call -^ases of emergency. 

MINIATURE ELECTRIC DENTAL ENGINE 

24 East 48th St. H. A. WHITESIDE New York City 



BEST IN THE WORLD 



Sterling Steel Broaches 

50c per dozen — $5 per gross 



Articulators, P. L. 

Articulators, Crown 

Abbott Brushes 

Alloy 

Air Blowers ■ 

Burs 



Broaches 

Bridge Trays 

Base Plate Wax 

Bulbs 

Bunsen Burners 

Cement 

Chip Blowers 



Cone Socket Handles 
College Pliers 
Copper Acid Pans 
Duplex Springs 
Flasks 
Floss 




THE HUB 
ROTARY 
BLOWER 




POST PAID. 

Sold under Positive Guarantee 



Files Gold 
Files Vulcanite 
Files Separating 
Hypodermic Syringes 
Hypodermic Needles 
Hand Pieces 
Modeling Compound 



Mouth Mirrors 
Mandrels, all kinds 
Mirror Handles 
Platinoid Wire 
Perry Pliers 
Rubber Dam 



Temporary stopping 
Vulcanizer Packings 
Vulcanite Scrapers 
Vulcanite Chisels 
Vulcanite Teeth 
Water Syringes 
Wax Base Plate 



HUB DENTAL MFG. CO. 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



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The U. S. Dental Engine | 

All Parts Are Interchangeable 5 

PRICES OF ENGINE: I 

$40.00 




Ball Bearing 
Rocking Stand 

Ball Bearing 
Solid Stand 



} $38.00 



Plain Bearing 
Solid Stand 

Plain Bearing 
Rocking Stand 



} $35.00 I 
[ $32.00 I 



The U. S. Champion Burs | 




Are well known to be 
perfect machine made. 

Every one **Razor Sharp 

Hardened and tempered by 
our skillful method. 



The U. S. Champion Broaches | 






Style No. 1 



No. 3 



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No. 5 



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No. 6 



= Champion Broaches are made in all styles and sizes. They are also furnished = 

E in four different lengths, mounted on aseptic handles. Two styles are illustrated. S 

5 Style No. 6 is extra short and in some cases very useful. Style No. 5 is a large illus- s 

C tration of our regular broaches. They are tapered and barbed on four sidas to S 

S the extreme point. ~ 

E We manufacture all kinds of delicate Nerve Canal Instruments. Our many = 

E years experience and success in the manufacturing of line dental steel goods is s 

E our guarantee. S 

I The United States Dental Mfg. Co. | 



E 6705-9 Conrad Ave., S. W. 



Cleveland, Ohio. = 



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RICHARD NELMS 



FRANK NELMS 



HENRY NELMS and SON 



Manufacturers 



DENTAL GOLDS 




FOILS, PLATE, SOLDERS, WIRE, ALLOYS, Etc. 



We sell only what we manufacture 



46 and 48 North Seventh Street 

PHILADELPHIA, PA^ U. S. A, 





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Central University 

COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY 

LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY 




Excellent building thoroughly equipped in every detail 

Every branch of Dental Science taught 

by a well trained Faculty 



UNEQUALLED CLINICAL FACILITIES 



JFor catalogue and further particulars, address 

CENTRAL UNIVERSITY. College of Dentistry 

Louisville, Kentucky 

W. E. Grant, M. D., D. D. S., Dean 



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TBHS OIiD RELIABLE." 



Diwiiefs 




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Having withstood the storm of keen competition 
for sixty years is still vigorous and extends greetings 
to the youngsters. 

Same Old Prices Prevail notwithstanding the 
soaring tendencies of raw materials. 

1 Qz. - $2.50 

5 Ozs. or over - - - 2.00 per Oz. 

The S. S. White Dental Manufacturing Co. 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

DISTRIBUTORS 

W. H. CLERKE, Special Agent .'. 1136 Venango St., Philadelphia, Pa. 



Manufacturers-Jobbers 



"VKTK are always in the Market for Dental Sup- 
plies of all kinds. Write us what you have. 
ANY QUANTITY. 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS 

Burs — Broaches — Cement — Alloy — Mirrors 

Instruments — W^ax — Rubbers 

Laboratory Supplies 




CASH FOR SURPLUS STOCK, 
DISCARDED NUMBERS AND 
JOBS OF ANY DESCRIPTION. 

Economy Dental Supply Co. 

203 EAST 23d STREET 
NEW YORK CITY, N. Y. 




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KAZAN TEETH 

Pins of the Right Size, of a Proven % 

Metal, Affording Greatest Strength 

KAZAN CROWNS 

A Baked-in Pin of the Famous Kazan 
Metal 

DIMELOW FACINGS 

Detachable and Absolutely Interchangeable. 
Most Sanitary of all Interchangeables. 
Never any Cement against moist tissues. 



Descriptive Booklets Sent Upon Request. 



JOHNSON & LUND 

620 RACE STREET, PHILADELPHIA, PA. 
City Salesroom, Real Estate Trust Building, Philadelphia, Pa. 

CHICAGO ROCHESTER ATLANTA 



TANOX 



Would you pick up half a dollar if you saw it on the pavement? I'm sure you would. 

Well, I'm going to give you an opportunity to make fifty cents easily. 

First — send ME fifty cents. In return, I'll mail you a $1.00 box of "Tanox" which I 
guarantee to be the only root-canal filling that will positively and successfully absorb all 
moisture. It is composed of a liquid and a powder, and can be used with gutta-percha points 
if desired. . . , . , 

You probablj know the annoyance it is to have a patient return after having the 
root-canals filled, saying the tooth is sore, and, perhaps, you have gone to a great deal 
of labor to either crown or put in a nice filling or inlay, and still worse, a bridge. 

As a matter of fact, you'll save and make much more than this initial fifty cents if you 
use this first package of "Tanox." And you'll depend absolutely upon "Tanox" thereafter. 

But— prove it yourself. . „ 

Manufactured By 

THOMAS McCULLOUGH 

37 South Wabash Avenue, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 

THE WM. R. HALL & SOlTCO. 

MANUFACTURERS 

DENTAL GOODS 

Hall's Carborundum and Rubber Finishing Disks. 

Separating disks of all styles, shapes and sizes. 

Abrasive Wheels for dressing down rubber plates. 

White Metal Strengthening Bars, Screw posts and Staples. 

Temporary Stopping, Impression Compound, Inlay Wax, Sticky Wax, etc. 

918 North Seventeenth Street PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA 



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HENRY F.KUSEL CO 



Manufacturers of 



The Original High-Class 

Kusel 
Artificial Teeth 



Office and Factory: 1015 Race Streef, 
PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA 

Guarantee Dental Supply Co. 

220-222-224 West 42nd Street 
NEW YORK, N. Y. 



Manufacturers, Importers and Exporters of Dental Supplies 

Manufacturers of 

"Guarantee" Dental Alloy 
"Guarantee'* Temporary Stopping 
"Guarantee" Screw Mandrels 
"Guarantee" Linen Finishing Strips 
"Gold Aluminum" Dental Plate Rubber 

(The Lightest and Strongest Plate Rubber Made) 
"Guarantee" Dental Cements 
"Guarantee" Broaches 

We supply dealers all over the world. 

Call, Phone or Write for Samples and Quotations 



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THE largest and most modernl^ equipped 
plant in the United States devoted to 
the refining of wastes containing GOLD, 
SILVER and PLATINUM, 



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HANDY CEi, HARMAN 



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BRIDGEPORT, CONNECTICUT. 
29-31 GOLD ST., NEW YORK CITY. 

Ship to either plant 



A few of Many Good Reasons Why You Should Use MYLOC AL 

1 — Because You are in duty bound to protect your patients and ' yourself and are justly 

entitled to definite knowledge of the quantity and quality of cocaine employed in your 

anaesthetic. 
2 — Because The courts hold that you are presumed to have reasonable knoit>ledff& of the strength 

and nature of all medicines and preparations employed in your practice. 
3 — Be<»use All users of Mylocal may test, weigh, inspect and add the cocaine themselves. This 

means definite knowledge and implies safety. 
4— Because The users of "ready made" solutions have no definite knowledge and no means to 

determine the quantity and quality of cocaine placed in the solution. This means an element 

of chance and they take the risk. 
B— Because Cocaine in aqueous solution decomposes with age. This is a scientific fact which it 

is futile to question. Standard text books say so, and dentists know it.^ 
•—Because it has been used for over a decade in practically every civilized country in the 

world, in millions of cases, and we have yet to record the first serious compliant as the 

result of its use. 
7— Because it is sold at a reasonable figure and our large sales permit us to give you the highest 

possible quality at the lowest price. Order of your deafer or from us. 

THE MYLOCAL MFG. COMPANY 300-302 Main St. BUFFALO, N.Y. 



Cios Dental Manufacturing Co. 



: MANUFACTURERS OF: 



MODELING COMPOUND 

Best on the Market 

SPIRAL BROACHES AND REAMERS 

1118 Gratiot Ave. DETROIT, MICH. 



POLK'S 

Dental Register 



AND 



Directory 

OF THE 

United States and Canada 



1917 



COMPRISING A LIST OF DENTISTS ARRANGED BY STATES AND PROVINCES, GIV- 
ING POSTOFFICE ADDRESS WITH POPULATION AND LOCATION, DATE AND 
COLLEGE OF GRADUATION, ALL THE EXISTING AND EXTINCT DENTAL 
COLLEGES IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA, WITH LOCATIONS, 
OFFICERS, NUMBER OF PROFESSORS, LECTURERS, DEMONSTRA- 
TORS, ETC., THE VARIOUS DENTAL SOCIETIES, THE FULL 
TEXT OF THE LAWS OF REGISTRATION, AND OTHER 
LAWS RELATING TO THE PROFESSION IN EACH 
STATE AND PROVINCE, THE U. S. ARMY 
DENTAL CORPS, DENTAL JOURNALS 
WITH NAMES OF EDITORS, FREQUEN- 
CY OF PUBLICATION AND SUB- 
SCRIPTION RATES, AND A 

COMPLETE INDEX OF DENTISTS 

ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED 



"The 

DIRECTORY 

IS THECOMMON 

lNTERMEblARY> 

BETWEEN 

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PRICE iBH I MIlg $10.00 



TWELFTH EDITION 

R. L. POLK & CO., Publishers 

DETROIT— NEW YORK— CHICAGO 

MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN DIRECTORY PUBLISHERS 

Copyright 1917, by R. L. Polk & Co. 



30ST0N MEDICAL LIBRARY 

m THE. 
rRAMClS A. COUNTWAY 

UBRARY OF MEDlClNf 

SYNOPSIS OF CONTENTS 



The twelfth revised edition of Polk's Dental Register and 
Directory of the United States and Canada contains 1474 
pages. Pages 17 to 66 are devoted to general miscellaneous 
information, and embrace : National and Interstate Dental 
Societies ; Existing and Extinct Dental Colleges of the United 
States and Canada ; Auxiliary and Post-Graduate Institutions 
and Courses ; Dental Journals in the United States and Can- 
ada, etc. Pages 67 to 1121 contain the List of Dentists 
arranged by States, Territories and Provinces, giving post- 
office address, with population of the locality, date and college 
of graduation, etc. At the commencement of the list for each 
State, Territory or Province are lists of Dental Colleges, 
Boards of Dental Examiners, Dental Societies, and the full 
text of the laws regulating the practice of Dentistry. 

Pages 1123 to 1405 contain the Index to Dentists in the 
United States and Canada, arranged alphabetically, where 
opposite each name is the- number of the page on which it 
appears. 

Pages 1407 to 1472 embrace a List of the Leading Firms 
in the United States and Canada engaged in the manufacture 
and sale of goods pertaining to the profession of Dentistry 
classified with reference to business and arranged alphabeti- 
cally by postoffices. 

Note. — Special attention is called to the fact that the 
asterisk, indicating "no report received," does not at all imply 
that the dentist after whose name it appears is a non-graduate, 
as doubtless the names of some are so inserted who are gradu- 
ates and prominent in their profession ; in such cases the pub- 
lishers found it impossible to secure the desired graduation 
data before going to press. 

Any errors or omissions brought to the attention of the 
publishers will be appreciated. Friendly criticism of the 
"Register" is invited. 

R. L. POLK & CO., Publishers. 



REGISTER AND DIRECTORY (1917) INDEX TO CONTENTS 33 



INDEX TO CONTENTS 



Page 

Alabama — Societies, Laws, Dentists, Etc 67 

Alaska — Societies, Laws, Dentists, Etc , . 81 

Alberta — Societies, Laws, Dentists, Etc 1043 

Arizona — Societies, Laws, Dentists, Etc 85 

Arkansas — .Societies, Laws, Dentists, Etc 89 

Army Dental Corps 53 

Auxiliary and Post-Graduate Institutions and Courses 50 

British Columbia — Societies, Laws, Dentists, Etc 1051 

California — Societies, Laws, Dentists, Etc 100 

Classified Directory of Business Pertaining to Dental Profession 1407 
Colleges in the United States and Canada — Arranged alphabeti- 
cally by name 41 

Colleges in the United States and Canada — Arranged by States 

and Provinces 43 

Colorado — Societies, Laws, Dentists, Etc 141 

Connecticut — Societies, Laws, Dentists, Etc 152 

Delaware — Societies, Laws, Dentists, Etc 165 

Dental Colleges — Arranged alphabetically by name 41 

Dental Colleges — Arranged by States and Provinces 43 

Dental Colleges — See pages at head of each State and 41 

Dental Journals in the United States and Canada 55 

Dental Laws — See pages at head of each State. 
Dental Societies — See pages at head of each State. 

Dentists — Arranged alphabetically by name 1123 

Dentists — Arranged by States and Provinces 67-1121 

District of Columbia — Societies, Laws, Dentists, Etc 168 

Dominion of Canada — Societies, Laws, Dentists, Etc 1043 

Florida — Societies, Laws, Dentists, Etc 178 

Georgia — Societies, Laws, Dentists, Etc. 186 

Hawaii — Societies, Laws, Dentists, Etc 1031 

Idaho — Societies, Laws, Dentists, Etc 205 

Illinois — Societies, Laws, Dentists, Etc 211 

Index to Advertisements 35 

Index to Dentists— Alphabetically arranged 1123 

Index to List of Dental Colleges of the United States and Canada 41 

Indiana — Societies, Laws, Dentists, Etc 281 

Inter-State Dental Associations and Societies 51 

Iowa — Societies, Laws, Dentists, Etc 311 

Kansas — Societies, Laws, Dentists, Etc 339 

Kentucky — Societies, Laws, Dentists, Etc 356 

Louisiana — Societies, Laws, Dentists, Etc 373 

Maine — Societies, Laws, Dentists, Etc 386 

Manitoba — Societies, Laws, Dentists, Etc 1057 

Maryland — Societies, Laws, Dentists, Etc 396 

Massachusetts — Societies, Laws, Dentists, Etc 408 

Michigan — Societies, Laws, Dentists, Etc 455 

Minnesota — S.ocieties, Laws, Dentists, Etc 486 

Mississippi — Societies, Laws, Dentists, Etc 509 

Missouri — Societies, Laws, Dentists, Etc 516 

Montana — Societies, Laws, Dentists, Etc 557 

National and Inter-State Associations and Societies 51 

Nebraska — Societies, Laws, Dentists, Etc 567 

Nevada — Societies, Laws, Dentists, Etc 579 

New Brunswick — Societies, Laws, Dentists, Etc ' 1055 

Newfoundland — Societies, Laws, Dentists, Etc 1121 

New Hampshire — Societies, Laws, Dentists, Etc 584 

New Jersey — Societies, Laws, Dentists, Etc 591 

New Mexico — Societies, Laws, Dentists, Etc 615 



34 INDEX TO CONTENTS (19171 R- L- POLK & CO.'S DENTAL 

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New York — Societies, Laws, Dentists, Etc 619 

North Carolina — Societies, Laws, Dentists, Etc 717 

North Dakota — Societies, Laws, Dentists, Etc 731 

Nova Scotia — Societies, Laws, Dentists, Etc 1073 

Ohio — Societies, Laws, Dentists, Etc 738 

Oklahoma — Societies, Laws, Dentists, Etc 787 

Ontario — Societies, Laws, Dentists, Etc 1081 

Oregon — Societies, Laws, Dentists, Etc 798 

Pennsylvania — Societies, Laws, Dentists, Etc 817 

Philippine Islands — Societies, Laws, Dentists, Etc lOS* 

Porto Rico — Societies, Laws, Dentists, Etc 1039 

Post-Graduate Institutions and Courses 51-52 

Prince Edward Island — Societies, Laws, Dentists, Etc 1101 

Quebec — Societies, Laws, Dentists, Etc 1105 

Rhode Island — Societies, Laws, Dentists, Etc 882 

Saskatchewan — Societies, Laws, Dentists, Etc 1111 

South Carolina — Societies, Laws, Dentists, Etc 889 

South Dakota — Societies, Laws, Dentists, Etc 897 

Tennessee — Societies, Laws, Dentists, Etc 905 

Texas — Societies, Laws, Dentists, Etc 921 

Utah — Societies, Laws, Dentists, Etc 943 

Vermont — Societies, Laws, Dentists, Etc 952 

Virginia — Societies, Laws, Dentists, Etc 957 

Washington — .Societies, Laws, Dentists, Etc 971 

West Virginia — Societies, Laws, Dentists, Etc 989 

Wisconsin — Societies, Laws, Dentists, Etc. 999 

. Wyoming — Societies, Laws, Dentists, Etc 1026 

Yukon — Societies, Laws, Dentists, Etc 1119 



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INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS 



35 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS 

Compiled by Stale, Town and Name 



rag-e 
DISTRICT OF COLlfMDIA 

WASHINGTON 
Georgetown University, Dental 

Department 170 

Rothstein Robert J & Co 1433 

GEORGIA 

ATLANTA 

Meldrim-McCrary Co Inc 1129 

Morrison Tliaddeus opp 194 

Soutliern Dental College 190 

llAANOIS 

BLUE ISLAND 

Blue Island Specialty Co 

right top lines 
CHICAGO . 
Atlas Dental Co ... . right bottom lines 

Cassriel Alexander Co 225 

Chicago College of Dental Sur- 
gery 6 and 7 

Crescent Dental Mfg Co 

back cover and right bottom lines 

Crown Dental Laboratory 1428 

Dee Thomas J & Co.... left top lines 
Dewey School of Orthodontia. opp 1421 
Farnum Laboratories . . . right top lines 

Keller Dental Co 1139 

Kimball Dental Mfg Co 223 

McCullough Thomas Dr 

left bottom lines and 14 

Marsh Bros 1442 

Metal Specialties Mfg Co 1436 

Mosher L D & Son 1437 

Pettengill Wallace H.left bottom lines 
Reese & Wiedhofft. .right bottoin lines 

Reliance Dental Supply Co 1139 

EVANSTON 

The Makers of Flossy 

right bottom lines and 1447 

INDIANA 

INDIANAPOLIS 

Herriott W M Mrs & Son 296 

Hub Supply Co (Hub Dental Mfg 

Co) 9 

Indiana Dental College 295 

KENTUCKY 

LOUISVILLE 

Central University, College of 

Dentistry front cover, 

left top lines, 12 and 360 

LOUISIANA 

NEW ORLEANS 
Tulane University of Louisiana, 
College of Medicine, School of 
Dentistry 381 

MARYLAND 

BALTIMORE 
Baltimore College of Dental Sur- 
gery 1125 

University of Maryland, Dental 
Department 1129 

MASSACHUSETTS 

BOSTON 

Bay State Dental Laboratory 1139 

Boston Dental Laboratory Co 
Inc 415 



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Crimmings J J Company 413 

F & F Dental Laboratory 417 

Harvard Dental School 1127 

Lawrence Charlotte Mrs 

left top lines and 13 

Massell F W & Co 1429 

Park Square and Kinder Dental 

Laboratory 1429 

Reynolds S H Sons Co 1137 

Veo's Dr Remedy 1139 

LYNN 

Campbell Electric Co 1472 

WORCESTER 

Globe Dental Mfg Co 1442 

DeLong & Prevost 1442 

MICHIGAN 

DETROIT 

Clos Dental Mfg Co 16 

Polk R L & Co 40 

PONTIAC 

Michigan Refining Works 1452 

KALAMAZOO 
Kalamazoo Plating Works 1463 

MINNESOTA 

MINNEAPOLIS 

Nordberg A F 1430 

Shafer-Pierce Co 1422 

Spyco Smelting & Refining Co. . . 1141 

ST. PAUL 
Ingersoll Jas T Co 1424 

MISSOURI 

KANSAS CITY 
Berry Dental Laboratory Co. .opp 542 
Campbell School of Prosthetic 

Technique opp 1421 

International School of Ortho- 
dontia opp 1422 

Pattee Dental Laboratory 

94, 342, 520 and 790 
ST. LOUIS 
Century Dental Laboratory Co.. 545 
Doyle J C Dental Laboratories. . 540 
Lambert Pharmacal Co.. left bot- 
tom lines and opp inside back cover 

NEBRASKA 

OMAHA 
Barber P T Dental Supply Co . . . 1443 

NEW JERSEY 

NEWARK 

Carson & Hartwig 1438 

Interstate Smelting & Refining 

Co left top lines 

Lelong L & Bro right top lines 

Osmun-Cook Co 1423 

Robertson W L Co The. right top lines 

Van Houten A S 

right top lines and 1431 
Weiss M & C (Research Dental 

Laboratory) , 1430 

NEW YORK 

BROOKLITN 
Boro Dental Laboratory ..... opp 1428 

Ideal Dental Laboratory opp 1429 

International Dental Mfg Co 

right bottom lines 



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Modem Dental Laboratory. . .opp 1428 
Peerless Specialty & Chemical 

Co opp 1429 

Progress Dental Laboratory The. 

left bottom lines and opp 1429 
BUFFALO 

Mylocal Mf g Co 

left bottom lines and 16 

Snow Dental Mfg Co 1131 

Williams Gold Refining Co 

left top lines 

LONG ISLAND CITY 

Fisher John C Mfg Co 

left bottom lines 

NEW YORK CITY 
American Dentists Specialty Co. 

left bottom lines and opp 1433 

Araki Dental Laboratory 

left bottom lines 
Bodee Geo A & Bro Inc (Bodee 
School of Mechanical Dentis- 
try) . .left bottom lines, 661 and 1431 

Brody Wm & Co 

right top lines and 3 

Cantor Joseph 1431 

College of Dental and Oral Sur- 
gery of New York 1131 

Columbia Dental Laboratory.... 1431 

Consolidated Dental Mfg Co 

right top lines 

Dental Mfg Co Ltd 

back cover and left top lines 

Economy Dental Supply Co 

right bottom lines and 13 

Fagan E J left top lines 

Gotharn Specialty Co 3 

Guarantee Dental Supply Co ... . 

left top lines and 15 

Handy & Harman 

right bottom lines and 15 

Harlem Dental Laboratory 

left top lines 
Jelenko J F & Co. .backbone and 4 

Kastenhuber & Lehrfeld 

left top lines 

McCormick E J Rubber Co 2 

New York College of Dentistry. . 663 
Reliable Smelting & Refining Co 

right bottom lines 

Rutherford Adrian S 

right bottom lines and 665 

Scharmann Gustav 

right top lines and 1442 

Schnoter J C Co 1137 

Specialty Mfg Co 

right top lines and 1441 

Stern I & Co front cover and 5 

Supplee Saml G & Co 

left top lines and 667 
Sweet Chester T. . . .right bottom lines 

Union Bi^oach Co 

left bottom lines and 1412 

Whiteside HA 8 

Weinbaum J 

left bottom lines and opp 678 
ROCHESTER 
Groh Louis B 705 



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OHIO 

CLEVELAND 

U S Dental Mfg Co 

right top lines and 10 

OREGON 

PORTLAND 
North Pacific College, Depart- 
ments of Dentistry and Phar- 
macy 799 

PENIVSYLVAIVIA 

PHILADELPHIA 

Abbott Dental Brush Mfg Co 1133 

Boro Chemical Co 1467 

Chudoflf Dental Supply Co 1141 

Climax Dental Supply Co 823 

Dental Supply Co 1135 

Eckf eldt & Dubois 

right top lin^es and 1141 

French Samuel H & Co 1143 

Hall Wm R & Son Co 14 

Hanley Wm 1444 

Ivory J W right bottom lines 

Johnson & Lund 14 

Justi H D & Son 815 

Kusel Henry F Co 15 

Lincoln Dental Mfg Co 844 

Masel Dental Laboratory 

inside back cover 

Morgan, Hastings & Co 

right top lines 
National Dental Laboratory & 

Supply Co 1432 

Nelms Henry & Son 

front cover and 11 
Philadelphia Crown Laboratory.. 

right top lines and 845 

Philadelphia Dental College 816 

Philadelphia Dental Laboratory. . 844 
Post-Graduate School of Dentis- 
try of Philadelphia 822 

Premier Dental Mfg Co 1434 

Reliable Dental Laboratory 849 

Silverman L 1141 

Star Dental Mfg Co 

left top lines and 1427 
Thomas W Evans Museum and 
Dental Institute School of Den- 
tistry, University of Pennsyl- 
vania 821 

-Union Dental Instrument Mfg Co 

right top lines and 1133 

White S S Dental Mfg Co 

left top lines and 66 

READING 

Reading Dental Laboratory The. 1432 

SCRANTON 
Scranton Dental Co 874 

TEXAS 

SAN ANTONIO 
Downie J H Co 1143 

WASHINGTON 

SPOKANE 
Spokane Dehtal Laboratory 985 

WISCONSIN 

MILWAUKEE 

Milwaukee Dental Laboratory... 1143 

Wenker Dental Mfg Co opp 1019 

Wetherby Dental Co 1015 



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INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS 



37 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS 

Compiled Alphabotically by Name 



Page 

Abbott Dental Brush Mfg Co, 
Philadelphia, Pa 1133 

American Dentists Specialty Co, 

New York City, NY 

left bottom lines and opp 1433 

Araki Dental Laboratory, New 
York City, N Y. . . .left bottom lines 

Atlas Dental Co, Chicago, 111.... 

right bottom lines 

Baltimore College of Dental Sur- 
gery, Baltimore, Md 1125 

Barber P T Dental Supply Co, 
Omaha, Nebr 1443 

Bay State Dental Laboratory, 
Boston, Mass 1139 

Berry Dental Laboratory Co, 
Kansas City, Mo opp 542 

Blue Island Specialty Co, Blue 
Island, 111 right top lines 

Bodee Geo A & Bro Inc (Bodee 
School of Mechanical Dentis- 
try), New York City, NY 

left bottom lines, 661 and 1431 

Boro Chemical Co, Philadelphia, 
Pa 1467 

Boro Dental Laboratory, Brook- 
lyn, N Y opp 1428 

Boston Dental Laboratory Co Inc, 
Boston, Mass 415 

Brody Wm & Co, New York City, 
N Y right top lines and 3 

Campbell Electric Co, Lynn, Mass 1472 

Campbell School of Prosthetic 
Technique, Kansas City, Mo opp 1421 

Cantor Joseph, New York City, 
NY 1431 

Carson & Hartwig, Newark, N J. 1438 

Cassreil Alexander Co, Chicago, 
111 225 

Central University, College of 
Dentistry, Louisville, Ky. .front 

cover, left top lines, 12 and 360 

Century Dental Laboratory Co, 
St Louis, Mo 545 

Chicago College of Dental Sur- 
gery, Chicago, 111 6 and 7 

Chudoff Dental Supply Co, Phila- 
delphia, Pa 1141 

Climax Dental Supply Co, Phila- 
delphia, Pa 823 

Clos Dental Mfg Co, Detroit, 
Mich 16 

College of Dental and Oral Sur- 
gery of New York, New York 
City, N Y 1131 

Columbia Dental Laboratory, 
New York City, N Y 1431 

Consolidated Dental Mfg Co, New 
York City, NY right top lines 

Crescent Dental Mfg Co, Chicago, 

back cover and right bottom lines 



Page 

Crimmings J J Company, Boston, 
Mass 413 

Crown Dental Laboratory, Chi- 
cago, 111 1428 

Dee Thomas J & Co, Chicago, 
111 left top lines 

DeLong & Prevost, Worcester, 
Mass 1442 

Dental Mfg Co Ltd, New York 

City, NY 

back cover and left top lines 

Dental Supply Co, Philadelphia, 
Pa 1135 

Dewey School of Orthodontia, 
Chicago, 111 opp 1421 

Downie J H Co, San Antonio, 
Tex 1143 

Doyle J C Dental Laboratories, 
St Louis, Mo 540 

Eckfeldt & Dubois, Philadelphia, 
Pa right top lines and 1141 

Economy Dental Supply Co, New 

York City, NY 

right bottom lines and 13 

F & F Dental Laboratory, Boston, 
Mass 417 

Fagan E J, Nevv^ York City, N Y. 

left top lines 

Farnum Laboratories, Chicago, 111 

right top lines 

Fisher John C Mfg Co, Long 
Island City, NY... .left bottom lines 

French Samuel H & Co, Phila- 
delphia, Pa 1143 

Georgetown University, Dental 
Department, Washington, D C. 170 

Globe Dental Mfg Co, Worcester, 
Mass 1442 

Gotham Specialty Co, New York 
City, N Y 3 

Groh Louis E, Rochester, NY... 705 

Guarantee Dental Supply Co, 

New York City, NY 

left top lines and 15 

Hall Wm R & Son Co, Philadel- 
phia, Pa 14 

Handy & Harman, New York 

City, NY 

right bottom lines and 15 

Hanley Wm, Philadelphia, Pa... 1444 

Harlem Dental Laboratory, New 
York City, N Y left top lines 

Harvard Dental School, Boston, 
Mass 1127 

Herriott W M Mrs & Son, Indian- 
apolis, Ind 296 

Hub Supply Co (Hub Dental Mfg 
Co), Indianapolis, Ind 9 

Indiana Dental College, Indian- 
apolis, Ind 295 

Ingersoll James T Co, St Paul, 
Minn 1424 



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Page 

International Dental Mfg Co, 
Brooklyn, N Y . . . . right bottom lines 

International School of Ortho- 
dontia, Kansas City, Mo opp 1422 

Interstate Smelting & Refining 
Co, Newark, N J left top lines 

Ivory J W, Philadelphia, Pa 

right bottom lines 

Jelenko J F & Co, New York 
City, NY backbone and 4 

Johnson & Lund, Philadelphia, 
Pa 14 

Justi H D & Son, Philadelphia, 
Pa 815 

Kalamazoo Plating Works, Kala- 
mazoo, Mich 1463 

Kastenhuber & Lehrfeld, New 
York City, NY left top lines 

Keller Dental Co., Chicago, 111. . . 1139 

Kimball Dental Mfg Co, Chicago, 
111 223 

Kusel Henry F Co, Philadelphia, 
Pa 15 

Lambert Pharmacal Co, St Louis, 

Mo left bottom lines 

and opp inside back cover 

Lawrence Charlotte Mrs, Boston, 
Mass left top lines and 13 

Lelong L & Bro, Newark, N J . . . . 

right top lines 

Lincoln Dental Mfg Co, Philadel- 
phia, Pa 844 

McCormick E J Rubber Co, New 
York City, NY 2 

McCullough Thomas Dr, Chicago, 
111 left bottom lines and 14 

Marsh Bros, Chicago, 111 1442 

Masel Dental Laboratory, Phila- 
delphia, Pa inside back cover 

Massell F W Co, Boston, Mass. . 1429 

Meldrim-McCrary Co Inc, Atlanta, 
Ga 1129 

Metal Specialties Mfg Co, Chica- 
go, 111 1436 

Michigan Refining Works, Pon- 
tiac, Mich 1452 

Milwaukee Dental Laboratory, 
Milwaukee, Wis 1143 

Modern Dental Laboratory, Brook- 
lyn, N Y opp 1428 

Morgan, Hastings & Co., Phila- 
delphia, Pa right top lines 

Morrison Thaddeus, Atlanta, Ga. 

opp 194 

Mosher L D & Son, Chicago, 111. . 1437 

Mylocal Mfg Co, Buffalo, NY 

left bottom lines and 16 

National Dental Laboratory & 
Supply Co, Philadelphia, Pa... 1432 

Nelms Henry & Son, Philadel- 
phia, Pa front cover and 11 

New York College of Dentistry, 
New York City, NY 663 

Nordberg A F, Minneapolis, Minn 1430 

North Pacific College. Depart- 
ments of Dentistry and Phar- 
macy, Portland, Ore 799 



Page 

Osmun-Cook Co, Newark, N J 1423 

Park Square and Kinder Den- 
tal Laboratory, Boston, Mass. . 1429 
Pattee Dental Laboratory, Kan- 
sas City, Mo.. 94, 342, 520 and 790 
Peerless Specialty &. Chemical 

Co, Brooklyn, NY opp 1429 

Pettengill Wallace H, Chicago, 

111 left bottom lines 

Philadelphia Crown Laboratory, 

Philadelphia, Pa 

right top lines and 845 

Philadelphia Dental College, Phil- 
adelphia, Pa 822 

Philadelphia Dental Laboratory, 
Philadelphia, Pa 844 

Polk R L & Co, Detroit, Mich 40 

Post-Graduate School of Dentis- 
try of Philadelphia, Pa 822 

Premier Dental Mfg Co, Phila- 
delphia, Pa 1434 

Progress Dental Laboratory The, 

Brooklyn, N Y 

left bottom lines and opp 1429 

Reading Dental Laboratory The, 

Reading, Pa 1432 

Reese & Wiedhofft, Chicago, 111 

right bottom lines 
Reliable Dental Laboratory, Phil- 
adelphia, Pa 849 

Reliable Smelting & Refining Co, 

New York City, N Y 

right bottom lines 

Reliance Dental Supply Co, Chi- 
cago, 111 1139 

Reynolds S H Sons Co, Boston, 
Mass 1137 

Robertson W L Co The, Newark, 
N J right top lines 

Rothstein Robert J & Co, Wash- 
ington, D C 1433 

Rutherford Adrian S, New York 

City, N Y 

right bottom lines and 665 

Scharmann Gustav, New York 
City, NY., .right top lines and 1442 

Schnoter J C Co, New York City, 

-N Y 1137 

Scranton Dental Co, Scranton, Pa 874 

Shafer-Pierce Co, Minneapolis, 
Minn 1422 

Silverman L, Philadelphia, Pa. . 1141 

Snow Dental Mfg Co, Buffalo, N 
Y 1131 

Southern Dental College, Atlanta, 
Ga 190 

Specialty Mfg Co, New York City, 
NY right top lines and 1441 

Spokane Dental Laboratory, Spo- 
kane, Wash 985 

Spyco Smelting & Refining Co, 
Minneapolis, Minn 1141 

Star Dental Mfg Co, Philadalphia, 
Pa left top lines and 1427 

Stern I & Co, New York City, 
N Y front cover and 5 



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Page 

Supplee Sam'l G & Co, New York 

City, N Y. .left top lines and 667 

Sweet Chester T, New York City, 
NY right bottom lines 

The Makers of Flossy, Evanston, 
111 right bottom lines and 1447 

Thomas W Evans Museum and 
Dental Institute School of Den- 
tistry, University of Pennsyl- 
vania. Philadelphia, Pa 821 

Tulane University of Louisiana, 
College of Medicine, School of 
Dentistry, New Orleans, La. . . . 381 

Union Broach Co, New York City, 
NY left bottom lines and 1412 

Union Dental Instrument Mfg Co, 

Philadelphia, Pa 

right top lines and 1133 

U S Dental Mfg Co, Cleveland, 
Ohio right top lines and 10 



Page 

University of Maryland, Dental 
Department, Baltimore, Md. . . . 1129 

Van Houten A S, Newark, N J. . 

right top lines and 1431 

Veo's Dr Remedy, Boston, Mass. . 1139 

Weinbaum .1, New York City, N 
Y. . . .left bottom lines and opp 678 

Weiss M & C (Research Dental 
Laboratory), Newark, N J 1430 

Wenker Dental Mfg Co, Milwau- 
kee, Wis opp 1019 

Wetherby Dental Co, Milwaukee, 
Wis 1015 

White S S Dental Mfg Co, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. . .left top lines and 66 

Whiteside H A Co, New York 
City, NY , 8 

Williams Gold Refining Co, Buf- 
falo, NY, left top lines 



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INDEX TO LIST OF 
Dental Colleges of the United States and Canada 

Page 4-3 
KEY TO NUMBERS USED IN THIS WORK 



Key No. 

American College of Dental Sur- 
gery 154 

Atlanta College Physicians and 
Surgeons, Dental Dept 142 

Atlanta Dental College 143 

Baltimore College of Dental Sur- 
gery 217 

Baltimore Medical College, Den- 
tal Dept 219 

Barnes Dental College 270 

Barnes University, Dental De- 
partment 270 

Birmingham Dental College 100 

Boston Dental College 229 

California College of Dental Sur- 
gery , . . 114 

Central College of Dentistry. . . . 176 

Central Tennessee College, Me- 
harry DentaL Dept 342 

Central University, College of 
Dentistry, Louisville, Ky 195 

Chicago College of Dental Sur- 
gery 152 

Cincinnati College of Dental Sur- 
gery 303 

Cincinnati College of Medicine 
and Surgery, Dental Dept 302 

Cleveland University of Medicine 
and Surgery, Dental Dept 306 

College of Dental Surgery (Den- 
tal Dept. University of Mem- 
phis) 344 

College of Dental Surgery, Uni- 
versity of Michigan 239 

College of Dental and Oral Sur- 
gery of New York 285 

College of Dentistry, Dental De- 
partment Memorial University. 188 

College of Dentistry, Ohio Medi- 
cal University. 304 

College of Dentistry, State Uni- 
versity of Iowa 185 

College of Dentistry of the Uni- 
versity of California 110 

College of Dentistry, University 
of Minnesota 250 

College of Dentistry of the Uni- 
versity of Southern California. 112 

College of Jersey City, Depart- 
ment of Dentistry 276 

College of Physicians and Sur- 
geons, Dental Department, Bos- 
ton, Mass 230 

College of Physicians and Sur- 
geons of San Francisco, Dental 
Dept Ill 

Colorado College of Dental Sur- 
gery 121 



Key No. 

Colorado College of Dental Sur- 
gery, Dental Dept of the Uni- 
versity of Denver. 122 

Columbian Dental College 156 

Columbian University, Dental De- 
partment 130 

Creighton University Dental Col- 
lege 275 

Dental College of the Province of 
Quebec 356 

Dental Dept. of the Atlanta Col- 
lege of Physicians and Sur- 
geons 142 

Dental Dept. College of Physi- 
cians and Surgeons of San 
Francisco Ill 

Dental Dept. University of Cali- 
fornia 110 

Dental Dept. of the Illinois Medi- 
cal College 161 

Dental Department Laval Uni- 
versity 358 

Dental Dept. McGill University. . 357 

Dental Dept. Medical College of 
Virginia 351 

Dental Department Memorial Uni- 
versity, Mason City, Iowa 188 

Dental Dept. of the Milwaukee 
Medical College 354 

Dental Dept. of St. Louis Uni- 
versity 271 

Dental Department of the Uni- 
versity of Toronto, Ont 355% 

Dental Department of Washing- 
ton University 262 

Denver College of Dentistry 120 

Department of Dental Surgery, 
Wisconsin College of Physi- 
cians and Surgeons 354i/^ 

Des Moines College of Dental 
Surgery 187 

Detroit College of Medicine (De- 
partment of Dental Surgery ) . . 240 

Drake University College of Den- 
tistry 189 

George Washington University 
(Dental Dept.) 135 

Georgetown University School of 
Medicine, Dental Department. . 134 

German-American Dental College 
of Chicago 159 

Harvard University Dental School 22§ 

Homoepathic Hospital College, 
Dental Dept 305 

Howard University, Dental Dept. 131 

Illinois Medical College, Dental 
Dept ,161 

Illinois School; of Dentistry 160 



IND£X TO COLLEGES 



(1917) 



R. L. POLK & CO.'S DENTAL. 



Key No. 

Indiana Dental College 175 

International College of Dental 

Surgery 162 

Interstate Dental College 268 

Kansas City Dental College 264 

Keokuk Dental College 186 

Laval University, School of Den- 
tistry 358 

Lincoln Dental College of Cotner 

University 273 

Loyola University School of Den- 
tistry ' 208 

McGill University, Dental De- 
partment 357 

Marion-Sims College of Medicine, 

Dental Dept. 267 

Marion-Sims Dental College 269 

Maritime Dental College 354G 

Marquette University, Depart- 
ment of Dentistry 354 

Maryland Dental College 218 

Medico-Chirurgical College of 

Philadelphia, Dental Dept 326 

Meharry Dental College, Walden 

University 342 

Memorial. University, Dental De- 
partment 188 

Miami Dental College 307 

Milwaukee Medical College, Den- 
tal Dept 354 

Minnesota Hospital College, Den- 
tal Dept 251 

Missouri Dental College 262 

National Medical University, Den- 
tal Department 164 

National University, Dental Dept. 132 
New Orleans College of Dentis- 
try 207 

New Orleans Dental College 206 

New York College of Dental Sur- 
gery 283 

New York College of Dentistry. . 282 

New York Dental School 281 

North Pacific Dental College 315 

Northwestern College of Dental 

Surgery 153 

Northwestern University Dental 

School 158 

Ohio College of Dental Surgery. . 300 
Ohio Medical University, College 

of Dentistry 304 

Omaha Dental College 272 

Pacific Dental College, Oakland. . 113 
Pennsylvania College of "Dental 

Surgery 321 

Philadelphia College of Dental 

Surgery 323 

Philadelphia Dental College and 
Garretson Hospital of Oral Sur- 
gery 322 

Regents of the University of j the 

State of New York 284 

Royal College of Dental Surgeons 

of Ontario 355 

St. Louis College of Physicians 

and Surgeons, Dental Dept. . . 263 
St. Louis Dental College. . .2621/2, 271 



Key No. 

St. Paul Medical College, Dental 
Dept 252 

San Francisco Dental College... 115 

School of Dentistry, Medical Col- 
lege of Virginia 351A 

School of Dentistry of the Royal 
College of Dental Surgeons of 
Ontario 355 

School of Dentistry, University of 
Illinois 163 

School of Dentistry, University 
of Pittsburgh 324 

Southeastern Dental University. . 144 

Southern Dental College 142 

Starling-Ohio Medical College, 
Department of Dentistry 308 

State Dental College of Texas. . . 349 

State University of Iowa, College 
of Dentistry 185 

Tacoma College of Dental Sur- 
gery 352 

Tennessee Medical College, Den- 
tal Dept 343 

Texas Dental College 349A 

Topeka Dental College 190 

Transylvania University, Dental 
Dept 196 

Tufts College Dental School 229 

Tulane University of Louisiana 
College of Medicine, School of 
Dentistry 207 

United States Dental College 155 

University of Buffalo, Dental 
Dept 280 

University of California, College 
of Dentistry 110 

University of Cincinnati, Dental 
Dept 300 

University College of Medicine, 
Dental Dept 350 

University of Denver, Dental 
Dept 120 

University of Illinois, School of 
Dentistry 163 

University of Maryland, Dental 
Dept 216 

University of Memphis College 
of Dental Surgery 344 

University of Michigan, College 
of Dental Surgery 239 

University, of Minnesota, College 
of Dentistry 250 

University of Omaha, Dental 
Dept 272 

University of Pennsylvania, De- 
partment of Dentistry 320 

University of Southern California 
College of Dentistry 112 

University of the State of New 
York, Regents of 284 

University of Tennessee, Dental 
Dept 340 

University of Toronto, Depart- 
ment of Dentistry 355^/^ 

Valparaiso University, Dental De- 
partment 152 



REGISTER AND DIRECTORY 



(1917) 



INDEX TO COLLEGES 



43 



Key No. 

Vanderbilt University, Dental 
Dept. 341 

Virginia School of Dentistry.... 351 

Washington Dental College and 
Hospital of Oral Surgery 133 

Washington University, Depart- 
ment of Dentistry 262 

Western College of Dental Sur- 
geons 266 



Key No. 

Western Dental College 265 

Western Reserve University, Den- 
tal School 301 

Western University of Pennsyl- 
vania,, Dental Dept 324 

Wisconsin College of Dentistry, 
Dept. of Carroll College 344 

Wisconsin College of Physicians 
and Surgeons, Department of 
Dental Surgery 354^/^ 



DENTAL COLLEGES 

OF THE 

UNITED STATES AND CANADA 



KEY TO NUMBERS USED IN THIS WORK 



ALABAMA. 

100. Birmingham Dental College, Birmingham. Chartered July 12th, 1893. 
corporated 1894. First class was graduated 1894. Out of existence. 



In- 



110. College of Dentistry, University of California, 1st and Parnassus avs., San 
Francisco. Organized 1881. First class graduated 1882. The faculty em- 
braces a full corps of professors, lecturers, etc. Guy S. Milberry, D. D. S., 
Dean. 

111. Dental Department of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of San 
Francisco, -344 14th St., between Mission and Valencia, San Francisco. Es- 
tablished 1896. First class graduated 1897. The faculty embraces a full 
corps of professors, lecturers, assistants, etc. Thomas Morffew, D. D. S., 
president. 

112. College of Dentistry, University of Southern California, Los Angeles. 
Organized October 13th, 1897. First class was graduated in June, 1900. The 
faculty comprises 18 professors and associate professors, 19 lecturers and 
demonstrators. L. E. Ford, D. D. S., Dean; Jas. D. McCoy, D. D. S, Secretary, 
16th and Los Angeles st. 

113. Pacific Dental College, Oakland. Incorporated 1897. First class was 
graduated 1898. Discontinued. 

114. California College of Dental Surgery. Extinct. 

115. San Francisco Dental College, San Francisco. Organized 1899. First class 
graduated 1901. Extinct. 

COIiORADO. 

120. Denver College of Dentistry (Dental Department of the University of 
Denver), Denver. Organized 1887. First class graduated 1888. United with 
the Colorado College of Dental Surgery in 1901, forming the Colorado College 
of Dental Surgery, Dental Department of the University of Denver. 

121. Colorado College of Dental Surgery, Denver. Organized in 1896 as the 
Dental Department of the University of Colorado. In 1897 name was changed 
as above. The first class was graduated April 28th, 1898. United with the 
Denver College of Dentistry in 1901 to form the Colorado College of Dental 
Surgery, Dental Department of the University of Denver. 

122. Colorado College of Dental Surgery, Dental Department of the University 
of Denver, 1340 Arapahoe, Denver. Organized 1887 under head of Dental 
Department of Denver University. Consolidated with Colorado College of 
Dental Surgery in 1901. The faculty embraces 17 professors, 10 demonstira- 
tors and 4 special lecturers. H. A. Flynn, D. D. S., Dean; A. W. Starbuck, D, 
D. S., Supt. 



44 DENTAL COLLEGES (1917) R. L,. POLK & CO.'S DENTAL 

DISTBICT OF COLUMBIA. 

130. Columbian University (Dental Department), Washington. Organized 1887. 
First class graduated 1888. Classes have been graduated each subsequent 
year. Name changed to George Washington University (Dental Department) 
in 1904. 

131. Howard University Dental College, cor. 5th and W streets, n. w., Wash- 
ington. Organized 1880. First class was graduated in 1884. Classes have 
been graduated each subsequent year. The faculty embraces 25 professors, 
lecturers, demonstrators, etc. Edward A. Balloch, M. D., Dean; A. J. Brown, 
D. D. S., Vice Dean in charge of Dental College. 

132. National University (Dental Department), Washington. Organized 1884. 
First class graduated 1885. Classes have been graduated each subsequent 
year. Merged into the Columbian University in 1903. 

133. Washington Dental College and Hospital of Oral Surgery, Washington. 
Organized 1897. First class was graduated 1898. Extinct. 

134. Georgetown University School of Medicine, Dental Department, 920 H 
street, n. w., Washington, D. C. Faculty embraces 16 professors, assisted by 
a full corps of demonstrators, lecturers, assistants, etc. Shirley W. Bowles, 
920 H St., n. w., Dean. (See page 170). 

135. George Washington University (Dental Department), 1325 H street, n. w., 
Washington. Organized 1887, as Columbian University (Dental Department). 
First class graduated in 1888. Classes have been graduated each subsequent 
year. Name was changed to above in 1904. The faculty embraces 13 profes- 
sors, 6 associate professors and 16 demonstrators. J. Roland Walton, D. D. 
S., Dean. 

GEORGIA. 

142. Southern Dental College, 100 N. Butler street, Atlanta. Organized 1887. 
First class graduated 1888. The faculty embraces 11 professors and 8 demon- 
strators. S. W. Foster, D. D. S., 100 Butler St., Dean. (See page 190.) 

143. Atlanta Dental College, 53 Ivy St., Atlanta. Organized 1892. The first 
class was graduated in 1893. Faculty embraces a full corps of professors, leC' 
turers and demonstrators. W^. Crenshaw, D. D. S., Dean. 

144. Southeastern Dental University, Atlanta. Organized 1909. First session 
1909-1910. First class graduated 1912. Discontinued October, 1913. 

IliLINOIS. 

152. Chicago College of Dental Surgery (Dental Department of Valparaiso 
University), southeast corner Wood and Harrison streets, Chicago. Organized 
1882. First class graduated 1884. Classes have been graduated each subse- 
quent year. The faculty embraces 22 professors, 23 lecturers and 25 demon- 
strators. Truman W. Brophy, M. D., D. D. S., LL. D., F. A. C. S., Dean. (See 
pages 6 and 7.) 

153. Northwestern College of Dental Surgery, Chicago. Organized 1885. First 
class graduated 1886. Classes have been graduated eadh subsequent year up 
to 1898. The corporation still exists, but the college work is suspended, and 
students transferred to Northwestern University Dental School. 

154. American College of Dental Surgery, Chicago. Organized 1885. First 
class graduated 1887. Classes were graduated each year up to and including 
1895, when the college consolidated wlth^ the Northwestern University Dental 
School. 

155. United States Dental College, Chicago. This college was organized in 
1890 and its first class was graduated In 1891, and classes were graduated up 
to the year 1893, when it dissolved. 

156. Columbian Dental College, corner Quincy and State streets, Chicago. 
Organized 1891. Classes were graduated up to and including 1898, when the 
college was reorganized as the Illinois School of Dentistry. 

158. Northwestern University Dental School, corner Dearborn and Lake streets, 
Chicago. Organized in 1887. First class was graduated in 1890. The teach- 
ing body embraces 89 professors, lecturers, demonstrators, etc. Thomas Lewis 
Gilmer, M. D., So. D., D. D. S., Dean. 

160. Illinois School of Dentistry, Chicago. Organized 1898. A class was grad- 
uated in 1899. Merged Into the University of Illinois in 1901. 

161. Dental Department of the Illinois Medical College (co-educational), Chi- 
cago. Organized 1899. First class graduated 1900. Suspended. The corpor- 
ation still exists. 

162. International College of Dental Surgery, Chicago. Organized 1898. No 
report received. 



REGISTER AND DIRECTORY (1917) DENTAL COLLEGES 45 

163. College of Dentistry of the University of Illinois, 1838 W. Harrison st., 
Chicago. Reorganized 1913 on a full university basis. Staff of instructors 
complete. Frederick B. Moorehead, M. S., D. D. S., M. D., Dean. 

164. National Medical University, Dental Department, Chicago. No report re- 
ceived. 

INDIANA. 

175. Indiana Dental College, No. 11 West North st., Indijinapolis. Organized 
1879. First class graduated 1880. Classes have been graduated each subse- 
quent year. The faculty embraces 16 professors, 9 demonstrators and 6 lec- 
turers. Frederick R. Henshaw, D. D. S., Dean. (See page 295.) 

176. Central College of Dentistry, Indianapolis. Organized 1897. First class 
graduated 1898. Discontinued 1905. 

IOWA. 

185. State University of Iowa College of Dentistry, Iowa City. Organized 1881. 
First class graduated 1882. The faculty embraces 43 professors, lecturers and 
demonstrators. Frank T. Breene, D. D. S., M. D., Dean, 

186. Keokuk Dental College (Dental Department Keoknk Medical College), 
Keokuk. Organized 1897. First class graduated 1899. Merged into the Drake 
University College of Dentistry at Des Moines in 1908. 

187. Des Moines College of Dental Surgery, Des Moines. Organized 1898. First 
class graduated 1899. Discontinued in 1905. 

188. College of Dentistry (Dental Department Memorial University), Mason 
City. Organized 1903. Discontinued. Never graduated any students. 

189. Drake University College of Dentistry, Des Moines. Merged with the 
State University of Iowa College of Dentistry in 1913. 

KANSAS. 

190. Topeka Dental College, Topefca. Organized 1909. Discontinued. 

KENTUCKY. 

195. Central Unversity, College of Dentistry, Brook street and Broadway, Louis- 
ville. Organized 1886. First class graduated 1887. The faculty embraces a 
full corps of professors and a staff of lecturers and demonstrators. W. E. 
Grant, D. D. S., M. D., Dean. (See page 12.) 

196. Transylvania University (Dental Department), Lexington. This college 
was chartered and organized in 1850, and began its first course in instruction 
in December of that year. It graduated two students and was in operation 
two years. Extinct. 

LOUISIANA. 

206. New Orleans Dental College, New Orleans. This College was chartered 
on March 1st, 1861, and commenced its first regular session on November 25th 
of that year. It* remained in operation for two or three years, but the breaking 
out of the war caused an interruption till 1867, when it resumed 'and con- 
tinued for some ten years, after which it disbanded. 

207. Tulane University of Louisiana, College of Medicine, School of Dentistry 
(New Orleans College of Dentistry), 1551 Canal. Incorporated 1889. First 
class graduated 1900. The faculty embraces a full corps of professors, asso- 
ciate professors, instructors, demonstrators, etc. Wallace Wood, Jr., D. D. S., 
Dean; Alfred A. Leefe, D. D. S., Secretary. (See page 381.) 

208. Loyola University School of Dentistry, St. Charles ave.. New Orleans. 
Organized 1914. The faculty embraces 17 professors, 11 instructors and 7 
demonstrators. C. Victor Vignes, A. M., D. D. S., Dean. 

MARYLAND. 

216. University of Maryland (Dental Department), northeast corner Lombard 
and Greene streets, Baltimore. Organized 1882. First class graduated 1883. 
Classes have been graduated each subsequent year. The faculty embrces 10 
professors, 10 lecturers and 15 demonstrators /and assistants. The first dental 
lectures in America were delivered in, the University of Maryland in 1835. 
New dental building completed in 1904. T. O. Heatwole, M. D., D. D. S., Dean, 
corner Greene and Lombard streets, Baltimore, Md. (See page 1129.) 

217. Baltimore College of Dental Surgery, 851 N. Howard St., Baltimore. The 
oldest dental college in the world. Chartered by the Legislature of Maryland 
1839. First class graduated 1841. Classes have been graduated each subse- 
quent year. The faculty embraces 8 professors,! 6 lecturers and 36 demon- 
strators and clinical instructors. W. G. Foster, D. D. S., Dean; 851 N. Howard 
St. (See page 1125.) 



4S DENTAL COLLEGES (1917) R. L. POLK & CO.'S DENTAL. 

218. Maryland Dental College, Baltimore. Organized 1873. Its first class was 
graduated in 1874, and classes were graduated up to and including, 1879, when 
it was consolidated with the Baltimore College of Dental Surgery and ceased 
to exist as a separate institution. 
,219. Baltimore Medical College, Dental Department, Baltimore. Organized 
1895. First class graduated 1896. Merged with the University of Maryland 
Dental Department in 1913. 

MASSACHUSETTS. 

228. Harvard University Dental School, Longwood avenue, Boston. Organized 
1867. First class graduated 1869. Classes have been graduated each subse- 
quent year. The teaching staff embraces 8 professors, 6 assistant professors, 
5" associate professors, 1 demonstrator, 97 instructors, 39 assistant instructors 
and 6 lecturers. Eugene H. Smith, D. M. D., Dean. (See page 1127.) 
229. Tufts College Dental School, 416 Huntington avenue, Boston. Organized ih 
1868 as the Boston Dental College. In 1899 tJie college was formed into a 
dental' department of Tufts College. First class graduated 1869. Classes 
have been graduated each subsequent year. The faculty embraces 12 pro- 
fessors, 13 assistant professors, 60 instructors, 6 demonstrators and 14 assist- 
ants, 4 lecturers. William Rice, D. M. D., Dean; F. G. Wheatley, A. M., M. 
D., Vice Dean; F. E. Haskins, Ph. G., M. D., Secretary. 

230. College of Physicians and Surgeons, Dental Department, 517-519 Shawmut 
ave,, Boston. Organized 1908. The teaching body includes the regular medi- 
cal faculty and additional special instructors. T. D. Crothers, A. M., M. D., 
Dean 

MICHIGAN. 

239. University of Michigan, College of Dental Surgery, Ann Arbor. Organized 
1875. The first class was graduated in 1876. Classes have been graduated 
each subsequent year. Thirty-six teachers. Marcus L. Ward, D. D. Sc, Dean. 

240. Detroit College of Medicine (Department of Dental Surgery), Detroit. Or- 
ganized 1891. First class was graduated 1894. Discontinued June, 1909. 

MIJfXESOTA. 

250. The University of Minnesota, College of Dentistry, Minneapolis. Organ- 
ized 1888. First class graduated 1889. Classes have been graduated each 
subsequent year. The faculty embraces 53 professors and 35 instructors, 
demonstrators and lecturers. Maintains four-year course only. Alfred Owre, 
B. A., M. D., C. M., D.\M. D., Dean. 

251. Minnesota Hospital College (Dental Department), Minneapolis. Organized 
1882. First class graduated 1885. Classes were graduated each subsequent 
year up to and' including 1888, when it was merged into the College of Den- 
tistry of the University of Minnesota. 

252. St. Paul Medical College (Dental Department), St., Paul. Organized 1885. 
Classes were graduated up to and including the year 1888, when it became a 
part of the College of Dentistry/ of the University of Minnesota. 

MISSOURI. 

262. Washington University, Dental School (Missouri Dental College), 29th and 
Locust streets, St. Louis. Established 1866. Classes have been gi-aduated 
each year since 1867. The faculty embraces 17 professors, 3 lecturers. 10 
demonstrators. J. H. Kennerly, D. D. S., M. D., Dean, 29th and Locust; W. M. 
Bartlett, D. D. S., Secretary, Wall Bldg. Four years | graded course. 

2621/2. St. Louis Dental College, St. Louis, Mo. Chartered April 22, 1867, as an 
independent dental college. Later it became the Dental Department of the 
Homoepathic Medical College of Missouri and still later the Dental Depart- 
ment of the Missouri Medical College, graduating classes each year till about 
1875, when it became extinct under above title. 

263. St. Louisi College of Physicians and Surgeons (Dental Department), St. 
Louis. A dental department of this college was organized in 1887, which re- 
mained in operation for two years and graduated two classes. 

264. Kansas City Dental College, corner 10th street and Troost avenue, Kansas 
City. Organized 1881. First, class graduated 1882. Classes have been gradu- 
ated each subsequent year. The faculty embraces 28 professors and assistants 
and a corps of demonstrators, etc. Charles Channing Allen, D. D. S., Dean. 

265. Western Dental College, 11th and Locust, Kansas City. Organized 1890. 
First class graduated 1891. Classes have been graduated each subsequent 



REGISTER AND DIRECTORY (1917) DENTAL COLLEGES 47 



year. The faculty embraces 30 professors, special lecturers, demonstrators, 
etc. S. E. Johnston, D. D. S., Dean; R. J. llinehart, D. D. S, Secretary and 
Supervisor. 
266 Western College of Dental Surgeons, St. Louis. Organized 1877. First 
class was graduated 1878. It remained in operation until 1884 and graduated 
seven classes, when it became extinct. 

267. The Marion-Sims College of Medicine (Dental Department), St. Louis. 
Organized 1894. First class graduated April 2, 1896. Became the Marion-Sims 
Dental College in 1900. 

268. Interstate Dental College, Kansas City. 

269. Marion-Sims Dental College, St. Louis. Organized as the Dental Depart- 
ment of the Marion-Sims College of Medicine in 1894. Reorganized under 
above title in 1900. Name changed to St. Louis Dental College in 1905. See 
271. 

270. Barnes Dental College, Dental Department of National University of Arts 
and Sciences. Organized 1903. First class graduated 1904. Extinct July 1916. 

271. St. Louis Dental College (Dental Department St. Louis University), Grand 
av., cor. Caroline, St. Louis. Organized as the Dental Department of Marion- 
Sims College of Medicine in 1894. Reorganized under the title of Marion-Sims 
Dental College in 1900 and as the St. Louis Dental College in 1905, now the 
dental department of St. Louis University. Teaching body embraces 19 pro- 
fessors, 12 special lecturers, 12 demonstrators. J. P. Harper, D. D. S., Dean. 
Four year graded course. 

NEBRASKA. 

272. Omaha Dental College (Dental Department University of Omaha). Incor- 
porated February, 1895. First class graduated 1897. Discontinued 1905. 

273. Lincoln Dental College of Cotner University, Lincoln. Organized 1889. 
First class graduated 1901. Affiliated with Nebraska State University in 1903, 
forming the Lincoln. Dental College, Patron College of Dentistry University 
of Nebraska. 

274. Lincoln Dental College, associated with the University of Nebraska, Lin- 
coln. The University of Nebraska, through the action of its Board of Regents, 
on April 24, 1903, entered into articles of co-operation with the Lincoln Dental 
College as an Associated College. The faculty and instructors embrace 21 
professors, 6 demonstrators and 9 assistant demonstrators. W. Clyde Davis, 
M. D., D. D. S., Dean. 

275. Creighton University Dental College, 210 S 18th, Omaha. Organized 1905. 
First class graduated 1906. The teaching body embraces a full corps of pro- 
fessors, assistant professors, demonstrators, etc. A. H. Hippie, D. D. S., Dean. 

NEW JERSEY. 

276. College of Jersey City, 96-100 Summit ave., Jersey City. H. S. Sutphen, D. 
D. S., Dean. 

NEW YORK. 

280. University of Buffalo (Dental Department), 25 Goodrich street, near Main 
street, Buffalo. Organized 1892. First class graduated 1893. Classes have 
been graduated each subsequent year. The faculty embraces 10 professors, 12 
lecturers, and 14 demonstrators and assistants. Daniel H. Squire, D. D. S., 
Dean of the Faculty, 25 Goodrich str. 

281. New York Dental School, New York City. An institution in the University 
of the State of New York. Organized 1892. First class graduated 1893. 
Classes have been graduated each subsequent year. Name changed to College 
of Dental and Oral Surgery of New York. 

282. New York College of Dentistry, 205-207 E 23d street. New York City. In- 
corporated by the Legislature of the State of New York, Laws of 1865, Chap- 
ter 264; amended Laws 1867, Chapter 243. Organized 1866. First class grad- 
uated 1867. Classes have been graduated each subsequent year. The faculty 
embraces a full corps of professors, assistants to professors, lecturers, instruc- 
tors, etc. Alfred R. Starr, D. D. S., Dean. 

283. New York College of Dental Surgery, Syracuse. Chartered 1852. "Was in 
operation till 1855, when its buildings were destroyed by fire, since which tima 
it has not been revived. 

284. The' Regents of the University of the State of New York. Office, Capitol,- 
Albany. Grant licenses to practice dentistry to those who pass the examina- 
tion of the State Board of Dental Examiners. All correspondence relating to 
the details of examination should be addressed to the Chief of Examinations 
Division. (See Dental Laws.) 



48 DENTAL COLLEGES (1917) R. L. POX.K & CO.'S DENTAL 

285. College of Dental and Oral Surgery of New York, 302-44-6 East 35th street, 
New York City. Organized 1892 as the New York Dental School. P^irst class 
graduated 1893. Name changed as above 1904. Large new building and new 
equipment. Wm. Carr, M. D., D. D. S., Dean; C. M. Ford, M. D., Registrar, 469 
W. 140th street. (See page 1131.) 

OHIO. 

300. Ohio College of Dental Surgery, southwest corner of Seventh and Mound 
sts., Cincinnati. Organized 1845. First class graduated 1846. Classes have 
been graduated each subsequent year. The faculty embraces 7 professors and 
14 assistants. H. T. Smith, D. D. S. Dean, 116 Garfield place. 

301. Western Reserve University Dental School, Adelbert and Cummington 
Rds., Cleveland. Organized 1892. First class graduated in 1894. Classes have 
been graduated each subsequent year. The faculty embraces 12 professors, 
5 lecturers, 5 instructors and 8 demonstrators. Edward E. Belford, D. D. S., 
Dean. 

302. Cincinnati College of Medicine and Surgery (Dental Department), Cincin- 
nati. Organized 1890. The first class was graduated in 1892, after which the 
dental department of the college was abandoned. 

303. Cincinnati College of Dental Surgery, 231-233 W. Court St., Cincinnati. 
Organized 1893. First class was graduated 1894. Classes have been graduated 
each subsequent year. The faculty embraces 12 professors with laboratory 
and oral hospital staffs. G. S. Junkerman, A. M., M. D., D. D. S., Dean. 

304. Ohio Medical University, College of Dentistry, Columbus. Organized 1890. 
First class graduated in 1894. Name changed to Starling-Ohio Medical College. 
Department of Dentistry, in 1907. 

305. Homoeopathic Hospital College (Dental Department), Cleveland. Name 
changed in December, 1894, to Cleveland University of Medicine and Surgery 
(Dental Department). 

306. Cleveland University of Medicine and Surgery (Dental Department), Cleve- 
land. Organizod in 1849 as the Western College of Homoeopathic Medicine. 
In 1857 the name was changed to the Cleveland Homoeopathic College, and in 
1870 to the Cleveland Homoeopathic Hospital College. In 1894 the college 
assumed the above^ title. In 1891 a dental department was organized. It grad- 
uated its first class in 1892. Classes were graduated each subsequent year up 
to the fall of 1896, when the dental department was closed. 

307. Miami Dental College, Cincinnati. Organized 1896. First class graduated 
in 1898. Extinct 1900. 

308. Ohio State University, College of Dentistry, 710 N. Park st., opposite 
Goodale Park, Columbus. Organized 1890 as Ohio Medical University, Col- 
lege of Dentistry. Name changed to Starling-Ohio Medical College, Depart- 
ment of Dentistry, in 1907; again changed to present name in 1914. The 
faculty embraces 12 professors, 16 instructors, 7 assistants. H. M. Semans, 
M. A., D. D. S., Dean. 

OREGON. 

315. North Pacific College of Dentistry, Portland. Organized in December, 1898. 
First class graduate in 1900. Classes have been graduated each subsequent 
year. The College has a corps of -30 teachers and an additional force of 
demonstrators and clinical instructors. The new fireproof building specially 
designed for educational work is located at East Sixth and Oregon streets. 
Herbert C. Miller, M. D., D. D. S., Dean. (See page 799.) 

PENNSYLVANIA. 

320. The Thomas W. Evans Museum and Dental Institute School of Dentistry, 
University of Pennsylvania, N. W. cor. Spruce and 40th Streets, Philadelphia. 
Organized 1878 as the University of Pennsylvania School of Dentistry. First 
class graduate in 1879. Classes have been graduated each subsequent year. 
The faculty embraces a full corps of professors, lecturers, clinical instructors 
and demonstrators. Edward C. Kirk, D. D. S., Sc, D., Dean. .The equipment 
embodies all the latest appliances for the thorough training of students. Its 
facilities embrace the entire range of dental instruction. (See page 821.) 

321. Pennsylvania College of Dental Surgery, Philadelphia. Organized 1850. 
First class graduated 1857. Merged with the University of Pennsylvania. 

322. Philadelphia Dental College (Dental Department of Temple University), 
18th and Buttonwood streets. Organized 1863. First class graduated in 1864. 
Classes have been graduated each subsequent year. In 1906 the college was 



REGISTER AND DIRECTORY (1917) DENTAL COLLEGES 49 



federated with the Temple University. The faculty embraces 9 professors, 
assisted by 27 lecturers and demonstrators. S. H. Guilford, A. M., D. D. S., 
Dean. (See page 816). 

323. Philadelphia College of Dental Surgery, Philadelphia. This college was 
organized in 1852 and graduated its first class in 1853. It continued in opera- 
tion up to 1856 and graduated four classes when it became extinct. 

324. School of Dentistry, Univers"ity of Pittsburgh, Grant Boulevard, Pittsburgh. 
Organized April, 1896, as the Pittsburgh Dental College (Department of West- 
ern University of Pennsylvania). The first class graduated April, 1897. 
Name changed as above' 1909. The faculty embraces 11 professors, 35 lec- 
turers and demonstrators, and a staff of clinical instructors. H. E. Friesell, 
B. S., D. D. S., Dean. 

326. Medico-Chirurgical College of Philadelphia (Department of Dentistry), 
Philadelphia. Organized 1897. First class graduated 1898. Out of existence. 

TENNESSEE. 

340. University of Tennessee, College of Dentistry, Memphis. Organized 1878. 
First class graduated 1879. Has a full corps of professors, etc. J. A. Gardner, 
D. D. S., Dean. 

341. Vanderbilt University (Department of Dentistry), Nashville. Organized 
1879. First class graduated in 1880. Classes have been graduated each subse- 
quent year. The faculty embraces 11 professors, 1 lecturer, 2 assistant instruc- 
tors and 10 demonstrators. Henry W. Morgan, M. D., D. D. S., Dean. 

342. Meharry Dental College, 1119 First ave., South, Nashville. Devoted to 
the education of colored students, male and female. Organized 1886. First 
class graduated 1887. Classes have been graduated each subsequent year. 
The faculty embraces 10 professors, 5 demonstrators, 1 lecturer and 2 in- 
structors. G. W. Hubbard, M. D., President. 

343. Tennessee Medical College (Dental Department), Knoxville. Organized 
1889. First class graduated 1890. Discontinued 1898. 

344. University of Memphis College of Dental Surgery, Memphis. Organized 
1909. Merged with the University of Tennessee College of Dentistry. 

TEXAS. 

349. State Dental College, 1409% S. Ervay st., Dallas. Chartered 1905. Has 
a full corps of professors, lecturers, etc. C. L. Morey, D. D. S., Secretary. 

349. Texas Dental College, Houston. Organized 1905. First class graduated 
1906. Faculty embraces a full corps of professors, lecturers, etc. O. F. 
Gambati, D. D. S., Dean. C. H. Edge, D. D. S., Secretary. 

VIRGINIA. 

350. University College of Medicine (Dental Department), Richmond. Organ- 
ized 1893. First class graduated 1895. Merged into the Dental Department, 
Medical College of Virginia, Richmond, in 1913, forming the School of Den- 
tistry Medical College of Virginia. 

351. Dental Department, Medical College of Virginia, Richmond. Organized 
1897. First class graduated 1898. Consolidated with the University College 
of Medicine, Dental Department, Richmond, in 1913, forming the School of 
Dentistry, Medical College of Virginia. 

351A. School of Dentistry, Medical College of Virginia, Richmond. Formed in 
1913 by the consolidation of the Dental Department, Medical College of Vir- 
ginia and the University College of Medicine, Dental Department. Faculty 
embraces 18 professors and 13 instructors. J. A. C. Hoggan, D. D. S., Chair- 
man of the Faculty; J. R. McCauley, Secretary. 

WASHINGTON. 

352. Tacoma College of Dental Surgery, Tacoma. Organized 1893. First class 
graduated March 31, 1896. The college was removed to Portland, Oregon, in 
1900, and became the North Pacific Dental College. 

WISCONSIN. 

354. Marquette University, School of Dentistry, corner Ninth and Wells Streets, 
Milwaukee. Organized in 1893. First class graduated in 1895. Classes have 
been graduated each subsequent year. The faculty embraces 12 professors, 18 
assistant professors, and 19 instructors and demonstrators. Henry L. Banzhaf, 
B. S., D. D. S., Dean; Ninth and Wells streets; R. G. Haukohl, A. B., Registrar. 

354%. Department of Dental Surgery, Wisconsin College of Physicians and Sur- 
geons, Milwaukee. Organized 1899. First class graduated 1900. Became the 
Wisconsin College of Dentistry, Department of Carroll College, in 1909. 



50 DENTAL COLLEGES (1917) R. L. POLK & CO.'S DENTAL 

354A. Wisconsin College of Dentistry, Department of Carroll College, Milwau- 
kee. Organized 1899 as the Department of Dental Surgery, Wisconsin College 
of Physicians and Surgeons, Milwaukee. First class graduated 1900. Became 
the Dental Department of Carroll College in 1909. Consolidated with Marquette 
University Dental Department. 

NOVA SCOTIA. 

354G. Dalhousie University, Faculty of Dentistry (formerly Maritime Dental 
College, organized 1908), Halifax. Made Faculty of University, 1912. Em- 
braces in all departments 13 professors, 7 lecturers, 9 demonstrators and as- 
sistants. Frank Woodbury, D. D. S., Dean, 318 Pleasant street, Halifax, N. S. 

ONTARIO. 

School of Dentistry of the Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario 
(affiliated with the Unversity of Toronto), 240 College street, Toronto. 

355. Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario, Toronto. W^. E. Willmott, 
L. D. S., D. D. S., 96 College street. Secretary. Incorporated 1868. Under 
the authority of the statute incorporating the college, the directors, in 1875, 
organized a school of dentistry (the School of Dentistry of the Royal College 
of Dental Surgeons of Ontario), fixing its curriculum, appointing its professors, 
examining its students, graduating successful ones and conferring upon them 
the degree of L. D. S., which alone admits to practice in the Province of On- 
tario. First class graduated 1876. Classes have been graduated each subse- 
quent year. The faculty embraces 21 professors, 4 lecturers and 15 instruc- 
tors and demonstrators. A. B. Webster, L. D. S., D. D. S., M. D., 3 College 
street, Dean. 

355%. University of Toronto, Department of Dentistry, Toronto. James Brebnar, 
B. A., Registrar. The University of Toronto affiliated the Royal College of 
Dental Surgeons in 1888, formulated a curriculum in dentistry and graduated 
the first class in 1889, conferring the degree of D. D. S. Students who are 
matriculants in the Faculty of Medicine and in the Department of Dentistry 
may take a concurrent course in Medicine and Dentistry which will extend 
• over seven year^,. Students taking this course will pass the regular university 
examinations in the subjects of the medical curriculum from year to year as 
they are completed in the Medical Faculty and in the final Dental subjects of 
the curriculum in Dentistry, from year to year as they are completed in the 
Royal College of Dental Surgeons. Students taking this concurrent course, 
who have fulfilled all the requirements for the degree of M. B., and who have 
successfully passed the examination in the Dental subjects of the curriculum 
in Dentistry, including Dental Materia Medica and Therapeutics, shall receive 
the degree of D. D. S. 

QUEBEC. 

356. Dental College of the Province of Quebec. Organized 1892. First class 
graduated 1893. Classes have been graduated each successive year. Discon- 
tinued 1904, the Dental Association of the Province of Quebec, by whom it 
was established, having placed dental education in the hands of the Univer- 
sities of this Province. 

357. McGill University Dental Department, Montreal. Organized 1904. Course 
of four years leading to the degree of D. D. S. First year and part of second 
identical with medical course; third and fourth years purely dental. J. W. 
Scane, M. D., Registrar. 

358. Laval University, School of Dental Surgery, Montreal. Organized 1904. 
The faculty embraces 5 professors, 9 lecturers and 5 demonstrators. Member 
National Assicoation of Dental Faculties. Eudore Dubeau, L. D. S., D. D. S., 
380 De Montigny street, Dean. 



Auxiliary and Post-Graduate Institutions and Courses 

ILLINOIS. 

Dewey School of Orthodontia, 25 E. Washington, Chicago. Martin Dewey, 
D. D. S., M. D., Founder. Address Dr. M. Dewey for catalogue giving full data. 
(See opp page 1421.) 

MA!SSACHUSETTS. 

The Forsyth Dental Infirmary For Children, 140 The Fenway, Boston— This 
institution has 64 dental chairs to care for the dental needs of school children in 
Boston and its suburbs. The clinical department, splendidly equipped and pre- 



REGISTKR AND DIRECTORY (1917) DENTAL COLLEGES 51 

senting unequalled facilities for post-graduate study in prophylaxis, orthodontia and 
oral surgery, offers to a limited number of recent dental graduates the opportunity 
to serve as members of its permanent staff after passing the examination of the 
Massachusetts State Board of Registration in Dentistry. Harold DeW Cross, D. 
M. D., Director; 140 The Fenway, Boston, Mass. 

MISSOURI. 

The Campbell School of Prosthetic Technique, Kansas City. (See adv opp 
page 1421.) 

The International School of Orthodontia, Kansas City. Catalog on request. 
Address all communications to Dr. Hugh G. Tanzey, President, 508 Commerce 
Bldg. (See opp page 1422.) 

NEW YORK. 

New York Post-Graduate School of Dentistry, 35-37 W. 39th street, New York 
City, N. Y. Tel. 3347 Vanderbilt. Henry W. Gillett, D. M. D., Dean; Louis J. Wein- 
stein. Secretary. 

Post-Graduate Dental School, 1947 Broadway, New York City. 

PE]VNSYt,VANIA. 

Post-Graduate School of Dentistry, cor. Chestnut and 19th, Philadelphia. Albert 
W. Jarman, D. D. S., Dean. (See page 822.) 

The Thomas W. Evans Museum and Dental Institute School of Dentistry, Uni- 
versity of Pennsylvania Graduate School, Philadelphia. A. C. Eglin, D. D. S., Sec- 
retary, 40th and Spruce sts. (See page 821.) 



National and Interstate Associations 

AND 
Societies Relating to Dentistry 



NATIONAL DENTAL ASSOCIATION 

President — Lafayette L. Barber, Toledo, Ohio. 
President Elect — Wm. H. G. Logan, Chicago, 111. 
First Vice-President — A. P. Burkhart, Auburn, N. Y. 
General Secretary — O. U. King, Huntington, Ind. 
Treasurer — A. R. Melendy, Knoxville, Tenn. 



AMERICAN ACADEMY OF ORAL PROPHYLAXIS AND PERiODONTOLOGY 

President — Gillette Hayden, Columbus, Ohio. 
First Vice-President— J. O. McCall, Buffalo, N. Y. 
Secretary — J. H. Hood, Guardian Bldg., Cleveland, Ohio. 
Treasurer — H. T. Stewart, New York, N. Y. 



AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF DENTAL TEACHERS 

President — J. F. Biddle, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Vice-President — A. W. Thornton, Montreal, Que. 
Secretary-Treasurer — Abram Hoffman, 529 Franklin, Buffalo, N. Y. 



AMERICAN SOCIETY OF ORTHODONTISTS 

President — M. N. Federspeil, Milwaukee, Wis. 
Vice-President— D. W. Flint, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Secretary-Treasurer — F. M. Casto, Rose Bldg., Cleveland, Ohio. 



DENTAL PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION OF THE UNITED STATES 

President — J. G. Reid, Chicago, 111. 
Secretary — J. P. Buckley, Chicago, 111. 
Treasurer — D. M. Gallie, Chicago, 111. 



52 NATIONAL ASSN'S, ETC. (1917) R. L. POLK & CO.'S DENTAL. 

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF DENTAL EXAMINERS 
President — A. H. Reynolds, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Vice-President for the West — M. J. Moran, Deming, N. Mex. 
Vice-President for the East— F. A. Tate, Rice Lake, Wis. 
Vice-President for the South— W. F. Walz, Lexington, Ky. 
Secretary-Treasurer — J. A. West, Des Moines, la. 



NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF DENTAL FACULTIES 

President — H. L. Banzhof, Milwaukee, Wis. 
Vice-President — H. L. Wheeler, New York, N. Y. 
Secretary — Charles C. Allen, Kansas City, Mo. 
Treasurer — T. O. Heatwole, Baltimore, Md. 



NATIONAL DENTAL PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION 

Ptesident — E. P. Dameron, St. Louis, Mo. 
Vice-President — J. H. London, Washington, D. C. 
Secretary-Treasurer— M. F. Finley, 1928 I St., N. W., Washington, D. C. 



NATIONAL MOUTH HYGIENE ASSOCIATION 

President — H. W. Wiley, Washington, D. C. 

First Vice-President — W. A. Evans, Chicago, 111. 

Secretary-Treasurer — W. G. Ebersole, Schofield Bldg., Cleveland, Ohio. 



NEW ENGLAND ASSOCIATION OF DENTAL EXAMINERS 

President — W. W. Marvel, Fall River, Mass. 

Vice-President — J. F. Gilbert, Woonsocket, R. I. 

Recorder — A. u. Midgley, 315 Butler Exchange, Providence, R. I. 



PANAMA PACIFIC DENTAL CONGRESS 

President — F. L. Piatt, San Francisco, Cal. 

Secretary — A. M. Flood, 240 Stockton, San Francisco, Cal. 



SOUTHERN BRANCH OF THE NATIONAL DENTAL ASSOCIATION 

President — W. A. Dean, Tampa, Fla. 

First Vice-President — R. W. Carroll, Beaumont, Tex. 

Second Vice-President— M. D. Huff, Atlanta, Ga. 

Third Vice-President — T. T. Moore, Columbia, S. C. 

Recording Secretary— J. D. Eby, Atlanta, Ga. 

Corresponding Secretary — J. L. Williams, Jacksonville, Fla, 

Treasurer — B. D. Brabson, Knoxville, Tenn, 



TRI-CITY DENTAL SOCIETY 

President — C. H. Gietzen, Omaha, Nebr. 
Vice-President— J. C. Soukup, Omaha, Nebr. 
Secretary — Walter Sorenson, Omaha, Nebr. 



XI PSI PHI FRATERNITY 

Supreme Secretary — C. C. Markey, 122 S. Michigan av., Chicago, 111. 



REGISTER AND DIRECTORY (1917) ARMY DENTAL CORPS 53 

THE ARMY DENTAL CORPS 



FIRST LIEUTENANTS 

Oliver, Robert T., Ft. Bliss, Tex. 

Boak, S. Davis, Columbus Bks., Ohio. 

Lauderdale, Clarence E., Llano Grande, Tex. 

Wing, Franklin F., Ft. McDowell, Cal. 

Mason, George L., Del Rio, Tex. 

Wolven, Frank H., San Francisco, Cal. 

Hess, John H., Marfa, Tex. 

Voorhies, Hugh G., Ft. Sam Houston, Tex. 

Chambers, Wm H., Manila, P. I. 

Carpenter, Alden, Ft. Sam Houston, Tex. 

Tignor, Edw^in P., Douglas, Ariz. 

McAlister, John A. Jr., West Point, N. Y. 

Casaday, George H., Douglas, Ariz. 

Bernheim, Julien R., Ft. Logan, Colo. 

Rhoades, Rex H., Ft. Bliss, Tex. 

Stallman George E., Schofield Bks., Hawaii. 

Gunckel George L, Jefferson Bks., Mo. 

Stone, Frank P., Laredo, Tex. 

Ingalls, Raymond E., Ft. Bliss, Tex. 

Scott, Harold O., Columbus, N. Mex. 

Ames, John R., Takoma Park, D. C. 

Mills, Robert H., Brownsville, Tex. 

Laflamme, Frank L. K., West Point, N. Y. 

Scott, Minot E., Ft. Sam Houston, Tex. 

Graham, George D., Deming, N. Mex. 

Patterson, Robert F., El Paso, Tex. 

Leslie, Samuel H., Brownsville, Tex. 

White, Albert R., Schofield Bks., Hawaii. 

Sanderson, Mortimer, Nogales, Ariz. 

Snapp, John H., Ft. Slocum, N. Y. 

Squires, Wm. A., Ft. Sam Houston, Tex. 

Matthews, Arnett P., Honolulu, Hawaii. 

Scovel, John W., Harlingen, Tex. 

Deyton, Charles DeW., Columbus, N. Mex. 

Warfield, Benjamin C, Columbus Bks., Ohio. 

Rush, Herman S., Nogales, Ariz. 

Ogg, Lester C, Eagle Pass, Tex. 

Deiber, Harry M., Ft. Shafter, Hawaii. 

Wright, Lowell B., Manila, P. I. 

Reesman, Walter L., Ft. Kamehameha, Hawaii. 

Morningstar, James G., Ft. Huachuca, Ariz. 

Milburn, Eugene, Manila, P. I. 

Baker, Claudius G., Manila, P. I. 

Randall, Samuel J., Manila, P. I. 

Taintor, Charles, Tientsin, China. 

Moore, Don G., Manila, P. I. 

Skelton, Oscar G., Honolulu, Hawaii. 

Thompson, Harlan L., Ft. Bayard, N. Mex. 

Tobias, Robert B., Manila, P. I. 

Peavey, Harry C, Manila, P. L 

Rice, Wm. S., El Paso, Tex. 

Varvel, Emmett P., Schofield Bks., Hawaii. 

King, J. Craig, Ft. Grant, Canal Zone. 

Fairbanks, Leigh C, Manila, P. I. 

Mann, Charles C, Camp E. S. Otis, Canal Zone. 

Clark, Richard B., Palm City, Cal. 

Repp, Dale E., Columbus, N. Mex. 

Bull, Terry P., Douglas, Ariz. 

Pearson, Raymond W;, Columbus, N. Mex. 

Skillman, A. J., Ft. Sherman, Canal Zone. 

Forbes, Donald W., Laredo, Tex. 



54 ARMY DENTAL CORPS (1917) R. L. POLK & CO.'S DENTAL 

Irwin, James L. P., Ft. Bliss, Tex. 

Daniels, Thomas C, Brownsville, Tex. 

Sherrard, Ben H., Nogales, Ariz. 

Wunderlich, Frederick R., El Paso, Tex. 

Hellman, Wilfurth, Columbus, N. Mex. 

Roberts, Bruce H., Ft. Sam Houston, Tex. 

Kaufman, Samuel, Douglas, Ariz. 

Fountain, Lee S., Columbus Bks., Ohio. 

Schock, John L., Eagle Pass, Tex. 

Lewis, Charles W., Ft. Slocum, N. Y. 

Byrne, Gerald D., San Francisco, Cal. 

Valentine, E. Henry, Ft. Caswell, N. C. , 

Snyder, Oscar P., Columbus Bks., Ohio. 

Mann, Wm., Ft. Thomas, Ky. 

Tyler, Joseph H., Columbus Bks., Ohio. 

McDowell, Rex McK., Columbus Bks., Ohio. 

Taylor, Charles M., Ft. Worden, Wash. 

■Smith, Thomas L., Ft. McPherson, Ga. 

Rushing, Elbert E., El Paso, Tex. 

Dickmann, Earp T., Jefferson Bks., Mo. 

Smith, Walter S., Ft. Sam Houston, Tex. 

Newsom, Brantley I., Ft. Ringgold, Tex. 

Tressel, Geo. R., Ft. Terry, N. Y. 

Schrader, Lee B., Ft. Benjamin Harrison, Ind. 

Bockoven, Frederic H., Columbus Bks., Ohio. 

Eidemiller, Aaron F., Ft. Omaha, Nebr. 

Benedict, Howard I., Ft. Barrancas, Fla.. 

ACTING DENTAL SURGEONS 

Torrence, Warren G., Schofield Bks., Hawaii. 
Kimble, Harry E., San Francisco, Cal. 

CONTRACT SURGEONS 
(Employed under Section 2 of the Act approved May 12, 1898) 
Buskirk, Wm. H., Ft. Keogh, Mont. 
Clark, Fred H., Ft. Reno, Okla. 
Rousseau, Zotique, Watervliet Arsenal, N. Y. 
Whitney, Walter, Augusta Arsenal, Ga. 
Comegys, Joseph P, Rock Island Arsenal, 111. 
Mead, Louis Guy, Watertown Arsenal, Mass. 
Lazelle, Horace G., Seattle, Wash. 
Stoddard, M. J., Springfield, Mass. 

Neel, Harry A. P., 3602 Diston, Tacony, Philadelphia, Pa. 
McRae, Donald M., San Francisco, Cal. 
Shea, Wm E., Ft. Missoula, Mont. 
Smith, Edmund H., Seattle, Wash. 
Fetch, Thomas, San Francisco, Cal. 
Merritt, S. Wickes, Valdez, Alaska. 
Schussler, Edward G., Chicago, 111. 
Carballeira, Jose, San Juan, P. R. 




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Population of State, 2,296,945 
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Number of Dentists, 723 
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STATE BOARD OF DENTAL EXAMINERS 
President, W. J. Reynolds, Selma; Secretary, H. Clay Russell, Tuscaloosa; 
H. T. McKinnon, Troy; C. W. Lokey, Birmingham; A. K. Parks, Montevallo. 



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DENTAL LAW OF ALABAMA 
THE McKINNON BILL 
No. 141 — H. 205 
AN ACT to provide for the reg-uation and licensing of dentists in the State ot 
Alabama; to establish a Board of Dental Examiners, provided for their election, 
and prescribe their duties, powers, qualifications, terms of office and compen- 
sation; to provide for the examination of applicants to practice dentistry in the 
said State; to provide penalties and punishment for violation of the provisions o( 
said Act, and to repeal all general and local laws in conflict with said Act. 
Be it enacted by the Legislature of Alabama: 

First: That on and after the passage of this Act, it shal be unlawful for any 
person, firm or corporation not licensed as a dentist or dentists virithin the mean- 
ing of this Act, to engage in the practice of dentistry, or any of its branches, in 
this State; and it shall be unlawful for the owner or manager of a dental office, 
dental parlor, or other place of business, to cause or permit any person who is not 
duly and legally licensed as a dentist to practice dentistry; or any of its branches, 
in such office, parlor, or other place of business; provided, however, that if student 
of dentistry may be permitted to remain in an ofBce and practice under the super- 
vision of legal practitioner of dentistry in the interim between sessions for a total 
period of time not to exceed twelve months. 

Second: That all persons now registered or licensed as dentists under the laws 
of the State of Alabama, shall be entitled to continue in the practice of said pro- 
fession unmolested by the provisions of this Act. 

Third: Any person who shall hereafter desire a license to practice dentistry 
in this State shall file, or cause to be fied with the Secretary of the Board of Dental 
Examiners an application in writing, and under oath setting forth the name and 
age of the applicant, the school or college from which he or she graduated; and 
shall appear at such time and place as may be designated by said Board of Dental 
Examiners and submit to an examination, both practical and theoretical as to his or 
her qualifications for registration as a licensed dentist. 

Fourth: No person shall be licensed as a dentist under the provision of this 
Act who is not twenty-one years of age, and of good moral character; nor until 
he or she shall present to the said Board of Dental Examiners satisfactory evidence 
that he or she has graduated in dentistry at some reputable school or college of 
dentistry recognized by the National Association of Dental Faculties; and shall also, 
upon examination, attain an average g'rade of seventy-five per cent on all dental 
branches. 

Fifth: That, if upon examination and investigation, said Board of Dental 
Examiners shall determine that the applicant possesses the necessary qualiflcations 
as to character and education as herein provided, they shall enroll his or her name 
upon a register to be kept by said Board for that purpose, and issue to him or her a 
license, which said license shall entitle such person to practice dentistry in the 
State of Alabama for life. 

Sixth: That on and after the passage of this Act it shal be unlawful for said 
Board of Examiners to grant a temporary license or permit to practice dentistry, 
or any of its branches to any person, firm, or corporation; except that a person 
coming into this Stafe at a time between the regular meeting of the Board, who 
holds a permanent license as a dentist g-ranted by any Board of Dental Examiners 
"Within the United States, may be granted a permit to practice during- the interim 
between the time of making application for a license and the time of the next 
meeting of said Board of Dental Examiners. 



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Seventh: That the licenses herein provided for must be signed by the President 
of the Board and countersigned by the Secretary, and must M^ithin thirty days after 
the granting thereof, be filed and recorded in the office of the Judge of Probate of 
the county of the residence of the person to vs^hom it is issued; and after the same 
has been recorded, the Judge of Probate shall endorse thereon, and certify under 
the seal of the court, the fact of its record, and the time of its filing, and for which 
he is entitled to a fee of one dollar. 

Eight: That such licenses so recorded and certified shall be evidence of author- 
ity of the person therein named to practice dentistry; and if the same is lost or 
destroyed a certified copy of the record shall be sufficient. 

Ninth: That any person who shall engage in the practice of dentistry, or any 
of its branches, without being duly licensed as herein provided, shall be deemed 
guilty of a misdemeanor, and on conviction thereof, shall be fined not less than 
one hundred dollars, nor more than five hundred dollars, and in addition thereto, 
upon a second conviction may be sentenced to hard labor for the county for a period 
of not less than thirty days and not more than ninety days. 

Tenth: That any license to practice dentistry obtained through fraud, or by 
any false or fraudulent representation or practoce shall be void; and any person 
who shall procure by false or fraudulent representation or practice such license; 
or who shall make any f^-lse or fraudulent representation for the purpose of pro- 
curing such license, shall be deemed guity of a misdemeanor and on conviction 
thereof, shall be fined not less than fifty dollars, nor more than three hundred 
dollars. 

Eleven: That said Board of Dental Examiners shall consist of five persons 
who shall be members in good standing of the Alabama Dental Association, and not 
connected with or interested in any dental college or school and shall be graduates 
of some reputable dental college or school, and legally licensed dentists, and must 
have practiced dentistry in this State regularly for not less than three years; that 
the present members of said Board of Dental Examiners shall constitute said Board 
and shall hold office until their successors are elected and qualified; that one member 
of said Board shall be elected at each annual meeting of the Alabama Dental 
Association, and shall hold office until his successor is elected and qualified; that all 
members of said Board shall be elected by the Alabama Dental Association as herein 
provided, except that vacancies on said Board caused by death, resignation or 
removal from the State, shall be filed by appointment of the President of the 
Alabama Dental Association, such appointee to hold during the unexpired term of 
his predecessor. 

Twelfth: That it shall be the duty of each member of said Board, within ten 
days after the receipt of his commission and notice of his election of appointment 
to file with the Judge of Probate of the county in which he resides an oath to 
properly and faithfully discharge the duties of his office, which oath may be taken 
before any officer authorized to administer oaths in this State. 

Thirteenth: That annually said Board of Dental Examiners shall organize by 
the election of a President, Secretary and Treasurer, all of whom shal be members 
of said Board, and who shall hold their respective offices for one year, and until 
their successors are elected and qualified; that the Secretary and Treasurer shall 
each give bond in such sums as may be prescribed by said Board, conditioned to 
discharge the duties of their respective offices according to law which bonds shall 
be made payable to said Board of Dental Examiners and approved by the Presi- 
dent of the Board. Said Board of Dental Examiners shall hold an annual meeting 
at the time and place of the meeting of the AlabaiTia Dental Association for the 
examination of applicants for license and for the discharge of all such other 
business as may legally come before it; and may hold such additional meetings as 
may be necessary for the examination of applicants upon the giving of thirty days 
notice thereof, and at these meetings said Board may transact any and all business 
that may legally come before it. 

Fourteenth: Said Board of Dental Examiners shall have a common seal, and 
shall have the power and authority to adopt such rues, by-laws, and regulations, 
not inconsistent with the laws of this State, as may be necessary for the regulation 
of its proceedings, and for the discharge of the duties imposed upon it; and shall 
have power and authority to employ counsel to assist in the enforcement of the 
provisions of this Act, and for such other purposes as may be deemed necessary by 
the Board. Said Board shall keep a true and correct record of its proceedings and a 
register of all persons to whom licenses have been issued; and the book and register 
of said Board, or a copy of any part thereof, duly certified by the Secretary under 
seal, shall be received as evidence of the matters and things therein recorded and so 
certified in all the courts of this State. A majority of said Board shall constitute a 
quorum for the transaction of all business; and the members of said Board shall 
have power to administer oaths in all matters pertaining to the discharge of the 
duties to them under this Act. 

Fifteenth: The Secretary of said Board of Dental Examiners shall receive such 
salary as may be prescribed by said Board and his necessary expenses while 
engaged in the performance of his official duties, and the other members of the Board 
of Dental Examiners shall each receive the sum of five dollars for each day actually 
employed in the discharge of their official duties, and their necessary expenses 
while so engaged. All fees collected by the Secretary for the examination of 

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applicants for license shall be paid over to the Treasurer of said Board, and shal be 
placed to the credit of a fund which is hereby appropriated solely for the use of 
the Board of Dental Examinei's in the execution and enforcement of the provisions 
of this Act and the payment of the salaries, expenses and other costs herein provided 
for, said moneys to be paid out upon warrants drawn upon the Treasurer and signed 
by the President and Secretary of said Board. 

Sixteenth: Each applicant for license to practice dentistry in this State shaU 
pay to the Secretary of the Board of Dental Examiners at the time of filing his 
application an examination fee of ten dollars. 

Seventeenth: It shall be the duty of said Board of Dental Examiners to Investi- 
gate all charges of violation of this Act, or any other laws of this State regulating 
the practice of dentistry, brought to their knowledge; and whenever there has been 
a violation of said laws or when advised by any legal member of the profession that 
there has been a violation of the provisions of this Act, or either of them, it shall 
be the duty of said Board, through its Secretary, to report such violations to the 
circuit or county solicitor, or other prosecuting officer, of the county in which 
such violation is alleged to have occurred, whose duty it shal be to prosecute for all 
violations of this Act. 

Eighteenth: Any person violating any of the provisions of this Act, not herein 
specifically provided for, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon con- 
viction thereof, shall be fined not less than fifty dollars and not more than five 
hundred dollars. 

Nineteenth: All laws and parts of laws, both general and special in conflict 
with the provision of this Act, are hereby expressly repealed. 

Approved March 21, 1911. 



LIST OF DEINXISTS 

ARRANGED ALPHABETICALLY BY POSTOFFICES. 

3 Y M B O L. S : 

*No report received. fMem. State Dental Assn. f Keeistered. §Meni. Districjb Dental SocteC^ 

The Postoffice address is shown in DISPLAY TYPE, the name of the county in wliich it is located 
Immediately follows, and then the population of the place. The names of Dentists appear under tlie 
postoffice name, the first number (the key to which will be found on pagres 41 to 48) indicates tite 
eollegre of graduation, and the last number t.lio rear in wliich diploma was granted. 



ABBEVILLE, 

Kelly S OH 
Stark JohntI 



Henry. 1,141 



ADAMSVILLE, Jefferson. 649 

Thaxton O C, 100, 1908. 



ADGER, Jefferson. 

Hendrix T D.lf 



1,025 



ALABAMA CITV, Eto«vah. 

McLeod John D, 216, 1916. 



4,313 



ALBANY, Morgan. 6,11S 

Beard Edward E, 100, 1910. 
McGlathery R M, 100, 1910. 
Neill L A, 343. 1894. 
Rickles W A, 1100, 1901. 



ALBERTVILLE, Marshall. 1,544 

Chisholm Samuel S, 340, 1881, 
Heard George W, 341, 1898. 
Nlles G C, 100, 1914. 
Smith C F.* 



ALEXANDER CITY, Tallapoosa. 

Askew A W, 143, 1897. 

Garrett O Y.U 

Potts Joseph T, 142, 1908. 



1,710 



ALTOONA, Etowah. 

Lindsay E H. 
Reid Louis.* 



1,071 



ANDALLSIA, Covington. 2,480 

Gatlin E L, 142, 1912. 
Hill Joshua C, 142, 1878. 
Smith H D.* 
Spicer E R.tf 



ANNISTOIV, Calhoun. 12,794 

Barr Hiram D.f 

Brown Walter F, 217, 1886.t 

Du Bose James A, 143, 1901.t 

Fite Wm D, 143, 1916. 

Harkins Charles L.* 

House Richard L, 341, 1915. 

Irvin Robert E D, 341, 1897. 

Leyden Prank C, 341, 1906. 

Leyden George H, 341, 1907. 

Reid E W.H 

Scarbrough A L, 341, 1901. . 

Smith Thomas L, 217, 1904. 

Walker C AH 

Young Richard C, 322, 1877.t 



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ANSLEY, Pike. 154 

Broach James A, 142, 1905. 



ARAB, Marshall. 

Winfrey W G.* 



ASHFORD, Houston. 479 

Chason R, 142, 1906. 
Watford C R. 



ASHLAND, Clay. 1,062 

Cardwell D Benjamin, 142, 1907. 
Davis Julius M, 142, 1913. 



ASHVIL,L,E, St. Clair. 362 

Williams C M.* 



ATHENS, Limestone. 1,715 

Edmundson J W, 143, 1912. 
McDaniel Wm T, 341, 1897.t1[ 
Rodgers A L, 142, 1912. 



ATMORE, Escambia. 1,000 

Bradford D C, 143, 1906. 
Mims Zollie C, 344, 1910. 
Sellers J H. 



ATTALLiA, Etowah. 2,513 

Sledge J N jr, 341, 1909. 

AUBURN, Lee. 1,408 

Alvis C J, 142, 1893. 
Boyd Clay L, 341, 1889. 
Whitman Andrew H, 341, 1898. 



BAY MINETTE. Baldwin. 749 

Dahlberg Young, 143, 1901. 
Smith J M.* 
Tharp S M.* 



BAYOU LABATRE, Mobile. 551 

McComb J E.* 



BEARCREEK, Marion. 

Stewart F M, 100, 1904. 



74 



BEATRICE, Monroe. 345. 

Hestle J J, 143, 1908. 
Robbins L J.* 
Stallworth G G.* 



BEAVEBTON, Lamar. 32 

Elliott James H, 341, 1899. 



BELLEVILLE, Conecuh. 

Holt W L, 207, 1905. 
Lide Henry S, 142, 1916. 
Skinner H S.U 



BERRY, Fayette. 372 

McNees D A, 143, 1909. 
Patterson J N.* 



BESSEMER, JeAerson. 24,717 

Barnett Lawrence M, 285, 1914, 221i^ 

19th. 
Brown E P, 100, 1905, 2109 Dartmouth. 
Brown James B, 131, 1911, 1907 1/2 2d. 
Fitzpatrick Albert S, 143, 1896, 204 

Realty bldg. 
Hixon Edward D, 100, 1907, 210 19th. 
McNeil Evander W, 341, 1905, 308 

Realty bldg. 
McTyeire R P, 100, 1897t, 1829 1/2 2d. 
Price Woodlf, 221i^ 19th. 
Roberson John F, 342, 1908, 2000 2d. 
Rush Thomas O, 100, 1910, Whare 

bldg. 
Smith Robert T, 100, 1911, 2111/^ 19th. 



BIRMINGHAM, Jefferson. 198,990 

Anderson B J, 131, 1908, 402 Alabama 
Penny Sav Bk bldg. 

Barner W M, 143, 1914, 1929i4 2ud 
av N. 

Bevill Robert L, 100, 1909. 604 Jef- 
ferson Co Bank bldg. 

Blue James A, 100, 1905. 1007 Em- 
pire bldg. 

Boykin Joel A,* 2001% 1st av S. 

Brothers J P, 341, 1908.11 904 Empire 
bldg. 

Brown Wm R, 342, 1908, 210 Ala 
Penny Sav Bk bldg. 

Burson James B.jf 905 First Natl Bk 
bldg. 

Caldwell John G, 143, 1898, 808 First 
Natl Bk bldg. 

Caldwell Leland, 100, 1901, 808 First 
Natl Bk bldg. 

Campbell Mack R, 100, 1908, 2004 5th 
av N. 

Carmichael Wm D, 100, 1898, 1712 Jef- 
ferson Co Bk bldg. 

Chiles C Dwight, 100, 1911, 1325 N 
324. 

Chislom Patrick D,tf 703 First Natl Bk 
bldg. 

Clayton Wm C, 142, 1915, 321 First 
Natl Bk bldg. 

Cobb Whitmel S, 269, 1904, 8309 1st 

av N. 
Cousins George P, 100, 1913, 1009 

Brown-Marx bldg. 
Cross Ralph H, 100, 1914, 410 First 

Natl Bk bldg. 
CRUMLEY LEVI ALFRED, B S, 
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1893; D D S, Birmingham Dental 
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Ex-Pres and Ex-Sec Ala Dental 
Assn and Jefferson Co Dental Soc; 
Mem National Dental Soc; Mem 
Alpha Tau Omega Frat, Alabama 
Beta Beta 1888; 410-411 First Natl 
Bank Bldg. 

Dabney Malcolm G, 100, 1914, 918 The 
Woodward. 

Dillon Leo B. 341, 1916, 311 The Wood- 
ward. 

Dupuy Alfred W, 341, 1896, 407 
Brown-Marx bldg. 

Ellard Jonathan A, 341, 1885, 425 First 
Natl Bk bldg. 

Eubank Alfred, 217, 1873. 710 First 

Eubank George, 228, 1882.t 810 First 
Natl Bk bldg. 

Fairfax Harry H, 341, 1911, igOSVa 2d 
av N. 

Fason J C, 100, 1903, 701 Empire bldg. 

Filer Adalbert F,* 317 First Natl Bk 
bldg. 

Florence Hiram S, 100, 1897, 202 Far- 
ley bldg. 

Florence Virgil V, 341, 1905. 202 Far- 
ley bldg. 

Franklin Alfred K, 158, 1916, 524 
Brown-Marx bldg. 

Frazier John E, 341, 1884. 306 First 
Natl Bk bldg. 

Gentry Wm T, 341, 1901. 403 Title 
Guarantee bldg. 

Glass N C, 100, 1902. 1127 Jefferson 
Co Bk bldg. 

Goodwin John, 100, 1897. 8129 Divi- 
sion av. 

Goodwin Wm B, 143, 1910, 615 First 
Natl Bank bldg. 

Gordon Joseph E,lf 6609 1st av N 

Gross Sidney, Woodward bldg. 

Hagan A D, 100, 1909, 209 Farley bldg. 

Hooper Clarence A,* 708 First Natl 
Bk bldg. 

Hopping John G, 100, 1901, 908 First 
Natl Bk bldg. 

Houston R Lurton, 341, 1913, 1708 Jef- 
ferson Co Bk bldg. 

Hrabe Anton, 265, 1904, 54041^ 1st 
av N. 

James Francis M, 100, 1909, 217 First 
Natl Bk bldg. 

Jett Wm H, 100, 1896,11 20291/2 2d 
av N. 

Johnson J Cordell, 342, 1903, 17171/2 
3d av N. 

Jones Robert Y, 341, 1888,t 317 First 
Natl Bk bldg. 



Joost A W,1[ 2716 9th av S. 

Kidd B E, 341, 1892, 1712 Jefferson 
Co Bk bldg. 

King J Manly, 341, 1901, 608 First 
Natl Bk bldg. 

King Wm E, 100, 1907, 817 First Natl 
Bk bldg. 

Lacey R L, 341, 1898, IO91/2 N 20th 

Lacy W E, 342, 1904, 202 Ala Penny 
Sav Bk bldg. 

Lanier Wm D jr, 341, 1912, I361/2 S 
55th. 

Lathem G Mansfield, 100, 1896, 910 
First Natl Bk bldg. 

Lee Victor D, 100, 1912, 537 First Natl 
Bk bldg. 

Levy A S, 341, 1908, 616 Brown-Marx 
bldg. 

Lokey Charles W, 142, 1897, 904 Em- 
pire bldg. 

Lyde Edgar N,1f 1435 S 10th pi. 

McDaniel Wm A, 320, 1888, 311 Cham- 
ber of Commerce. 

McDonald J Farney, 143, 1914, 615 
First Natl Bk bldg. 

McGavock R J, 340, 1902, 311 The 
Woodward. 

McGee Frank A, 100, 1908, 601 Empire 
bldg. 

McKee C L, 100, 1909, 206i^ N 20th. 

Malone W Samuel, 100, 1910, 421 
First Natl Bk bldg. 

Massey David L, 100, 1902, 515 First 
Natl Bk bldg. 

Merrill Charles A, 322, 1882, 708 First 
Natl Bk bldg. 

Miller O T.Tf 4305% 7th av, Wylam 

Monette R J, 341, 1908, 710 First Natl 
Bk bldg. 

MONTGOMERY WM J, D D S, Chi- 
cago Coll of Dental Surgery, Chica- 
go, 111, 1898; Mem 111 State and 
Chicago Dental Socs; Past Supreme 
Pres Xi Psi Phi Fraternity; First 
Nat'l Bank Bldg 

Morefield Robert C, 100, 1903, 423 
First Nat'l Bk bldg. 

Murphree Etheridge W, 100, 1901, 
201 1^ S 41st. 

Nettles Robert E, 207, 1902, 810 First 
Nat'l Bk bldg. 

Norton Wm A, 341, 1914, 910 First 
Nat'l Bk bldg. 

Ogletree Judson W, 100, 1910, 508 
First Nat'l Bk bldg. 

Perkins Finis E, 341, 1884, 510 First 
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BIRMINGHAM— Cont'd 

Perkins John W, 341, 1891, 407 Brown- 
Marx bldg. 
Powell W D, 100, 1909, 109i^ N 20tli. 
Rabb John H,U 6227 45th av N. 
REESE GEORGE W, D D S, Birming- 
ham Dental Coll, Birmingham, Ala, 

1899; Special Lecturer Birmingham 

Dental Coll; 703 First Nat'l Bank 

Bldg. 
Reid L E, 100, 1907, 2061^ N 20th. 
Reid Percy, 100, 1902, 306 First ISTat'l 

Bk bldg. 
Riviere H A, 216, 1902, 4305y2 7th av 

Wylam. 
Rucks David F, 100, 1913, 3000 N 

27th. 
Sandefur James L,1I 117 1^ N 19th. 
Smith W H, 405 First Natl Bk bldg. 
Snedecor F F, 162, 1896, 410 First 

Nat'l Bk bldg. 
Taylor Lola, 100, 1905, 707 Farley 

bldg. 
Thaxton O C, 100, 1908, 2041/2 3d P C. 
Thompson John J,* 1729 1/^ 3d av. 
Vafes Anthony L, 303, 1912, 322 The 

Woodward. 
Varvin W F,* IOIV2 3d P C. 
Vowell T P, 100, 1902, 608 First Natl 

Bk bldg. 
Westbrook James C, 341, 1898, 305 

First Nat'l Bk bldg. 
White John A,* 1006 First Nat'l Bk 

bldg. 
Whitman F L, 341, 1899,11 519 First 

Nat'l Bk bldg. 
Williams Curran M, 100, 1909, 320 The 

Woodward. 
Williams Wm J,* 206% N 20th. 
Wilson Eugene A, 100, 1895, 200514 
' 3d av N. 
Wilson Theodore M, 341, 1898, 510 

First Nat'l Bk bldg. 
Wilson Wm P, 100, 1900, 20051/2 3d av. 
Wood Edmund N jr, 100, 1902, 1708 

Jefferson Co Bk bldg. 
Wood Wm A,* 604 S 66th. 
Woodall Wm B,1I 2101 2d av N. 
Yielding E C, 100, 1904, 312 First 

Nat'l Bk bldg. 
Yielding H L, 100, 1912, 312 First 

Nat'l Bk bldg. 
Zuber Claude E, 100, 1904, 423 First 

Nat'l Bk bldg. 



BLOCTON, Bibb. 2,500 

Robinson T A, 342, 1913. 



BliOSSBURG, Jefferson 693 

Stinson W P, 100, 1894. 



BLOUNTSVILLE, Blount. 287 

Griffith T J, 341, 1908. 

Moore James H, 340, 1889, R F D; 



BOAZ, Marshall. 1,010 

Cooley L I,* 

Powers A E, 100, 1903. 



BRANTLEY, Crensshaw. 803 

Knight H E, 100, 1905. 
Sanders B F, 142, 1»15. 



BRENT, Bibb. 300 

Walker R B, 142, 1903. 



BREWTON, Escambia. 2,185 

Boyd J T, 217, 1902. 
Burson D C, 143, 1900. 
Lovett Wm A, 100, 1897.t 
O'Bannon Wm H.jf 
Williams G P.* 



BRIDGEPORT, Jackson. 2,125 

Lancaster J P.* 



BRUNDIDGE, Pike. 815 

Faulk Chas A, 341, 1914. 
Tyner J T, 142, 1900. 



BURNT CORN, Monroe. 55 

Betts R I, 142, 1904. 
Fountain H C, 142, 1903. 



CALERA, Shelby. 754 

Adams M G, 100, 1908. 
Shoemaker J W.* 



CALVERT, Mobile. 75 

Boykin M A, 143, 1915. 



CAMDEN, W^ilcox. 648 

Duke W C, 143, 1907. 
Fail David J, 142, 1905. 
Ratcliff E H A, 143, 1907. 



CAMP HILL, Tallapoosa. 896 

Garlington T Clf 
Reynolds W A. 



CANOE, Escambia. 150 

Garrett H A. 



CARBON HILL, Walker. 1,627 

Cox C C, 100, 1914. 
Hill M H, 100, 1908. 
Maxwell George H, 158, 1905.11 



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CARROLLTON, Pickens. 444 

Lofton W B, 341, 1906. 


COLUMBIANA, Shelby. 1,079 

Lightcap E P. 


CASTIiKBERRY, C'oiieculi. T25 

Holland, R F, 341, 1914. 


CORDOVA, Walker. 1,747 

Barton E D, 340, 1898. 






CKDAR BLUFF. Cherokee. 300 

Orr A A, 243, 1915. 


COTTONWOOD, Houston. 110 

Floyd Jos Y, 142, 1915. 
Watford Cary R.U 






CENTER, Cherokee. 256 

Ward Frank P, 341, 1902. 
Williamson S E, 100, 1908. 


COURTLAND, La^vrence. 478 

Crenshaw A J.* 
Hill J S, 266, 1886. 






CENTERVILLE, Bibb. 730 

Fuller H M.* 

Logan J I, 217, 1892. 

Walker W T, 341, 1903. 


CRAWFORD, Russell. 43 (R D Gir- 

ard). 
Swann F N.tf 


CRICHTON, Mobile. 138 


CHATOM, Wafshiugtou. 175 

Griner H* 


Jackson Absalom.* 


CROSSVILLE, DeKalb. 243 


CHAVIES, DeKalb. 50 

Everett T F.* 


Arnold J W, 142, 1907. 
Colvin L V. 
McMahan L L.* 


CHESTNUT. Monroe 

Watson G C, 143, 1905. 




CUBA, Sumter. 650 

Beavers J A 341 1892 


CITRONELLE, Mobile. 935 

McCoa R P.* 

Seele G N.* 




CULLMAN, Cullman. 2,130 

Bledsoe George W, 142, 1905. 
Cottingham Walter J, 216, 1902. 


CliANTON, Shilton. 1,123. 

Crumpton J P, 143, 1908. 
Gowan Amzi M, 341, 1909. 
Hyman E G, 142, 1900. 


DADEVILLE, Tallapoo.sa. 1,193 

Acree J B, 142, 1910.11 
Fulton W B, 100, 1906. 


CLAYTON, Barbour. 1,130 

Floy J T.t 

Floyd W E, 143, 1897.t 

Nix J B.U 

Peach H E, 341, 1895. f 


DAPHNE, Baldwin. 325 

Mascon W C* 


DECATUR, Morgan. 4.228 

Morrow Thomas G, 341, 1905. 
Ramage L J, 341, 1899. t 


CLIO. Barbour. .580 

Reynolds J L.jl 


Stewart J H.* 

Wood W J, 342, 1915. 


CLOPTON, Dale. 167 

Stovall George D, 142, 1892. 


DEMOPOLIS, Marengo. 2,417 

Chisholm John G, 216, 1887. 
Laird W M 100 1902 


COFFEE SPRINGS, Geneva. 503 

McEntyre C C, 142, 1911.11 


Lee Joseph I, 143, 1898. 


DORA, Walker. 916 

Glover L S, 100, 1908. 
Knox S E, 100, 1907. 


COFFETVILLE, Clarke. 103 

Cowan Thomas A, 143, 1908. 
McCorqudall W W, 143, 1905. 


DOTHAN, Houston. 7,016 

Dick W D.* 

Hicks H A.U 

McEntyre H M.* 

Moody Sherod H, 219, 1904. 

Passmore E N, 143, 1899. 

Pridgeon Z T. 

Stevens J M.* 


COLLINSVILLE, Dekalb. 673 

Marsh Wm H, 100, 1899. 


COLUMBIA, Houston. 1,122 

Harrison Andrew B.* 

McEntyre G C* 

Petrey Clarence S, 142. 1908. 



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DOUBLE SPRINGS, Winston. 87 

Bennett R J.tl 


FAUNSDALE, Marengo. 352 

Selden Joseph L, 195, 1907. 


EASOIVVILLE. Saint Clair. 109 

Stone John L, 100, 1903. 


PAYETTE, Payette. 639 

Berry H E, 217, 1915. 
Bray Charles B, 195, 1910. 
Cannon C C, 217, 1915. 
Stallworth W W, 100, 1895. 


EAST liAKE, Jefferson. 1,529 

(See Birming-ham) 


ECLECTIC, Elmore. 315 


Van Diver E R.H 


Mashburn H U, 143, 1909. 
Slaton E E.* 


FIVE POINTS, Cliambers. 300 

Hamner P 0, 143, 1901. 






ELBA, Coifee. 1,079 

Allred C S, 341, 1892. 
Boyd H D jr, 340. 
Ford Morris K, 142, 1903. 
Hutchison L L.* 


FLOMATON, Escambia. 539 

Bedgood T A, 143, 1895. 
Cater R H.* 
Mosely L A.* 


Mills Joseph B, 142, 1916. 


FLORALA, Covington. 2,439 

Miller James L, 341, 1905. 
Pendry J W, 142, 1903. 
Petrey George F, 142, 1902. 


ENSLEY, Jefferson. 7,000 

Leslie George W, 341, 1907. 
McTyeire Holland N, 100, 1895. 


McTyeire Wm W, 100, 1898 
Townsend A B, 100 1913. 


FLORENCE, Lauderdale. 6,689 

Brock James L, 195, 1902. 
Chisholm Wm R, 341, 1898. 
Johnston FA.* 
Jones J E, 342, 1912. 
Gregory Wm H. 195, 1901. 
Pollard L M, 342, 1911. 
Reeder F B, 341, 1910.11 


ENTERPRISE, Coffee. 2,323 

Bracewell J L, 143, 1910. 
Peacock W C* 
Shirley R L, 142, 1908. 
Wright A B.* 


EQUALITY, Coosa. 50 


White J Linn, 341, 1910. 


Penton S F, 217, 1912. 


FORT DEPOSIT, Lowndes. 8.^9 

Golson W H, 341, 1897. 


EUPAULA, Barbour. 4,259 


Brown A P, 341, 1890. t 
Cato J C, 142, 1890. 
Ferrell Geo A, 143, 1914. 
Lee T J. 


FOLEY, Baldwin. 250 

Cox M H.* 
.Mason W C* 


Reeves John M, 341, 1896. 
Robinson S G, 340, 1895. 
Turnipseed Wm F, 341, 1905. 


FORT PAYNE, Delcalb. 1.317 

Erwin L F, 144, 1904. 
Richardson W A, 100, 1910. 


EUTAW, Greene. 1,001 

Hall David McG, 143, 1899. 


FRANKLIN, Monroe. 12 

Johnson J M, 142, 1901. 


Holley F N.lf 

Kirksey H A, 341, 1900. 

Malone C, 143, 1909.11 


FRANKVILLE, AVashington. 200 

Wood M A.H 






EVERGREEN, Coneeuh. 1,582 

Bruner P M jr, 143, 1900. 
Kendrick Hilory H, 142, 1911. 
McDonald Thomas B, 142, 1904. 


PRUITHURST, Cleburne. 257 

Lindsey Wm H.* 


FULTON, Clarlt. 150 

Locke J S.* 


Williamson C P, 143, 1913. 
Williamson H B, 142, 1889.11 


FURMAN, Wileox, 125 

Lee Arthur jr.* 






PALKVILLE, Mori^an. 335. 

Bean Wm S, 300, 1886. 
Francis Ed. If 


GADSDEN, EtoTvah. 10,577 

Cooper L K, 100. 191111 
Dominick M L, 142, 1911. 



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Gunn Charles L, 341, 1900. 
Gunn J Perry, 142, 1906. 
Haggard L F, 142, 1910. 
Junkerman H C, 303, 1900. 


GlIIN, Marion. 356. 

Haden A W, 100, 1910. 
Gunn H L, 100, 1909. 
Sizemore H H, 142, 1909. 


Lacey Robert L, 341, 1898. 
Parker A L, 100 1912. 
Thornton R F.* 
Vann George S, 341, 1889. 


GUNTERSVILLE, Marsliall. 1,145 

Gunn H L, 100, 1909. 
Haden A W, 100, 1910. 


Walker Jackson R, 341, 1898. t 
White J T.* 


HACKLEBIIRG, Marion. 286 

Brooks T P W.* 


GARDEN CITY, Cullman. 85 

McAnally W V/, 100, 1911.11 


HALEYVILLE, Winston. 1,111 

Barnett R J, 100, 1910. 


GENEVA, Geneva. 969 

Adair A Deal.* 
Robinson A M, 142, 1908. 


Mashburn H Aff 

Pruitt E M L, 341, 1907. 

Robinson Jno W, 100, 1911. 


Stark John.* 


HANCEVILLE, Cullman. 464 


GEORGIANA, Butler. 999 


Veal D H, 100, 1913. 


Fall D J, 142, 1905. 
Hartley S R, 142, 1908. 


HARTFORD, Geneva. 1,169 

Davis Charles F, 142, 1899. 


GLENW^OOD, Crenshaw 336^ 

Floyd B C* 


Gillery T. 

McCarty Robert D, 141, 1911. 






GOODWATER, Coosa. 740 

Crew M H, 142, 1912. 
McClendon A P, 143, 1903. 


HARTSELLS, Morgan. 1,374 

Johnson J D.* 
Sample Eugene.ll 
Winfrey W G, 100, 1909. 






GORDO, Pickens. 707 

Mobley H H, 143, 1905. 
Stallworth W W. 


HEADLAND, Henry. 1,090 

Barnard W W.K 
Blackshear R F, 142, 1906. 
Blackburn W B.H 
Hardwick C F.H 
Kelly S A.* 


GORDON, Houston. 293 

McLendon G V.* 
McLendon T R.f 


GRADY, Blontgomery. 35 

Harris G L.* 


HEALING SPRINGS, Washington. 60 

Knight W S.* 






GRAND BAY, Mobile. 150 

Wood W A.* 


HEFLIN, Cleburne. 839 

Staples F, 340, 1902. 






GREENSBORO, Hale. 2,048 

Corley J P, 341, 1892. 
Lawson A, 341, 1905. 
Porter C 0. 
Sledge Alexander, 341, 1899. 


HELENA, Shelby. 300 

Lubright F R.H 


HERBERT, Co'necuh. 50 

Brooks J R.* 




Greene Turner E, 341, 1894. 
Hopkins Saml B, 341, 1911. 
Lee A L 341 1908 


HIGHTOWER, Cleburne. 26 

Lindsey J M.* 


Stallworth Giles.* 
Whittington B H, 217, 1882. 


HUNTSVILLE, Madison. 7,611 

Adams Frazier L, 142, 1891. 
Baites J 0.* 

Burnam John C, 341, 1903. 
Coyle Jeremiah F, 340, 1897. 
Dillard Charles G, 341, 1907. 


GROVE HILL,, Clarke. 350 

Calhoun L L, 100, 1912. 
Cooper Enoch S, 143, 1903. 



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HUNTSVILLE — Cont'd 
Heymann G H, 341, 1904. 
Hooper Wm PJ 
Kranz C W, 341, 1903. 
Mims W S, 341, 1911.![ 
Murphy Robert E, 341, 1905. 
Sparks Manley A, 217, 1888. 
Wyatt Inzer B.* 



JACKSON, Clarke. 1,379 

Cannady W P.* 

McLeod H Marvin, 143, 1908. 



JACKSONVILLE, Calhoun. 

Arnold J D.* 

Arnold J R.* 

Currier Elmer R, 143, 1911.![ 

Lawrence F M, 143, 1907. 

Skelton W A.* 

Webb F E.H 



2,231 



JASPER, W^alker. 2,509 

Drummond J F, 100, 1898. 
McAnnaly F H, 341, 1882. t 
Phillips O, 143, 1914. 
Wilson Eugene A, 100, 1895. t 
Wood Wm W.* 



JEMISON, Chilton. 

Conway A A.* 
Hyman E G, 142, 1901. 



413 



JOPPA, Cullman. 1«7 

Ogletree John E, 142, 1907. 



JVDE, Dekalb. 21 

Smith Peter.* 



KENNEDY, Lamar. 261' 

Clardy Wm F, 142, 1916. 

Wilson L E.H 



KNOXVILLE, Greene. 77 

Allen R L, 341, 1891. 



LAFAYETTE, Chambers. 1,632 

Lowe Charles W.f[ 

Slaughter George W, 341, 1885. t 

TATUM OSCAR H, D D S, Atlanta 
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Welch Ernest B, 142, 1904. 



LAMAR, Randolph. 

Edmundson J T.* 



LANETT, Chambers. 

Whatley W C, 100, 1914. 



100 



i,820 



LAPINE, Crenshaw. 142 

Shirley S L.* 
Smith C R.* 
Watson J T J.* 



LATHAM, Baldwin 

Bryars Howard.* 



LEEDS, Jefferson. 810 

Hurst J E, 100, 1908. 



LEIGHTON, Colbert. 540 

King B R jr.* 
Kimpe G P. 



LINDEN, Marengo. 1,900 

Kimbrell Chas F, 341, 1911.11 
Laird W M, 100, 1902. 



LINEVILLE, Clay. 1,053 

Dunn O L, 142, 1909. 
Evans Robert D.H 
Smith A CH 
Smith B M.!I 



LIVINGSTON, Sumter. 877 

Phillips J T, 340, 1895. 
Smith H B.* 



LOUISVILLE, Barbour. 483 

Baker C W, 143, 1896. 
Harrison G M, 143, 1904. 



LOWER PEACHTREE, Wilcox. 369 

Kirk R C* 



LUVERNE, Crenshaw. 1,384 

Foster John C, 142, 1905. 
Helms L H, 141, 1900. (R P D 4). 
Lightfoot S A, 142, 1899. 
Stephens H CT 142, 1900. 



McKENDIE, Butler. 350 

Harper Jno A, 142, 1916. 



MADISON, Madison. 426 

Burnham John C, 341, 1903. 



MADRID, Houston. 312 

Ivey M D.* 



MANCHESTER, W^alker 

Stewart G B, 340, 1883. 



MAPLESVILLE, Chilton. 160 

Nix Harvey M, 341, 1909. 
Walker R.* 



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MARION, Perry. 1,834 

Corley W W, 341, 1891. 
Haley J P, 100, 1897. 
Pegues C L, 217, 1909. 
Young J E.H 



3IARVEL,, Bibb. 300 

Lubright F R, 100, 1907. 



3IE:HAMA, Colbert. 26 

Groves L.* 



MIDLAND CITY, Dale. 539 

Fuller R W, 100,1911. 
Lott E W, 143, 1906. 



MILLPORT, Lamar 529 

Gravlee J Bailey, 195, 1904. 



MILLRY, Washingtou. 25 

Garrett A M.* 



MOBILE, Mobile. 75,005 
BELSAW EDWARD T, D D S, Me- 

harry Dental Coll, Nashville, Tenn, 
1908; Oral Surg John A Andrew 
Hosp and Tuskegee Inst; Dental 
Insp City Schools; Pres Alabama 
Med, Dental and Pharmaceutical 

■ Assn; Mem Executive Committee, 
Natl Med Assn; Pres Mobile Med 
and Dental Soc; 500 1/^ Dauphin. 

Bowling C J, 142, 1911.11 201 Van Ant- 
werp bldg. 

Campbell John M.JI 303 Monroe. 

Crane Wm B, 320, 1905, 402 VanAnt- 
werp bldg. 

Dawson Henry B, 143, 1905, 301 Van 
Antwerp bldg. 

Ezelle Wm M, 341, 1900, 602 Van Ant- 
werp bldg. 

Fowlkes Charles B, 340, 1899, 812 City 
Bank bldg. 

Frederic Shelton C, 322, 1899,§ 505 
Van Antwerp bldg. 

Gordon Robert C, 340, 1887,t 990 Gov- 
ernment. Retired. 

Gordon Sextus J, 341, 1894, 17 N Royal. 

Granade Theodore J,1I 215 Dauphin. 

Granade Turner, 143, 1904, 215 Dau- 
phin. 

Hobbs Woodie C, 163, 1904, 454%^ 
Dauphin. 

Jackson Absalom,* ws Mobile, S of 
Springhill av. 

Johnston Everett L, 143, 1898, 200 ye 
Dauphin. 

Jonas Israel, 143, 1902, 305 Van Ant- 
werp bldg. 



McMurphy Henry C, 341, 1912, 801 

Van Antwerp bldg. 
McMurphy John E, 341, 1912. 801 

Van Antwerp bldg. 
Pugh Woodie S, 322, 1897. 2231/2 

Dauphin. 
Regan Ralston B, 134, 1904. 735 City 

Bank bldg. 
Robinson Clarence P, 282, 1881. 2 S 

Commerce. 
Rush Rivers A, 341, 1891. 508 City 

Bank bldg. 
Sullivan J C,* 207 Van Antwerp bldg. 
Tapia Frank L, 100, 1908. 153 Dauphin. 
Thompson Adolph W, 342,°1910. 6071/^ 

Dauphin. 
Tunstall Thomas T, 322, 1889. 605 Van 

Antwerp bldg. 
Turrentine Jesse C, 341, 1902. 201 

Van Antwerp bldg. 
Van Antwerp Garet jr, 322, 1896. Re- 
tired. Springhill. 
Wilson Lourie F, 341, 1908. 501 Van 

Antwerp bldg. 



MONROEVILLE, Monroe. 616. 

Hestler J J, 143, 1908. 
Watson G C, 143, 1905. 
Ya,rbrough S J, 143, 1915. 



MONTEVALLO, Shelby. 923. 

Parks A K, 341, 1898. 
Shoemaker Jesse W, 341, 1885. 



MONTGOMERY, Montgomery. 55,410. 

CHANDLER CHARLES F, D D S, Bal- 
timore Coll of Dental Surg, Balti- 
more, Md; Mem Ala State and Na- 
tional Dental Assns and National 
Hygiene Assn; Registered. 704 First 
Natl Bank Bldg. 

Chason Jeft D, 142, 1907. 608 Bell bldg. 

Dannheisser Alvin D, 142, 1916. 1112 
Bell bldg. 

Dillard James R, 217, 1900. 819 First 
Natl Bank bldg. 

Enwright J B,* 5^^ Dexter av. 

Estes Henry B,* 9 Elizabeth. 

Ford John D, 350, 1899. 341/2 Dexter. 

Fordyce Murat T, 195, 1907. I51/2 Dex- 
ter av. 

Hill Thomas B, 343, 1893. t 26 S Perry. 

Kilpatrick Andrew C, 142, 1896. 1104 
Bell bldg. 

Kirkland Olin, 143, 1902. f 923 Bell 
bldg. 



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MONTGOMERY — Cont'd 

Lakin James H, 217, 1901. 119% Dex- 
ter av. 

Ltogford Edgar D, 341, 1887. 941 
Adams. 

McCoy A Brooks, 142, 1910. 201/2 Com- 
merce. 

McCrummen Farrar, 142, 1908. 823 
First Natl Bank bldg. 

Meriwether Slade, 142, 1904. 10% 
Dexter av. 

Meriwether S Seelye, 142, 1915. 10% 
Dexter av. 

Ohme Bruno M, 100, 1899. 404 Bell 
bldg. 

Perry Frank F, 341, 1912. 502 First 
Natl Bank bldg. 

Powell Leroy Y, 142, 1904. 414 Bell 
bldg. 

Stewart Daniel A, 342, 1910. 271/2 S 
Court. 

Trafford Harry M, 142, 1911.11 413 
Bell bldg. 

Tuttle Mortimer H.* 23% Dexter av. 

Watkins Wm F, 324, 1905.!! 123% Mon- 
roe. 

West Alexander W, 342, 1911. 36% N 
Lawrence. 

Wheeler George, 341, 1913. 1104 Bell 
bldg. 

Wood Willis J, 342, 1915. 105% Men- 
roe. 

Woods Henry L, 342, 1914. 418 S 
Ripley. 

Wright Oliver B, 21&, 1901. 1113 Bell 
bldg. 

Yarbrough Benjamin T, 142, 1913. 16% 
Dexter av. 



MOULTOIV, Liawrence. 354 

jCarraway G M, 100, 1910 
Farley J H.* 



MOUNTAIN CREEK, Chiltoa. 258 

Haley P W, 100, 1908 



aiT. HOPE, Lawrence. 100 

Beard C VH 



MT. PLEASANT, Monroe. 100 

Ferrell W E.H 



MT. STERLING, Choctaw. 164 

Whitted M T, 100, 1905 



MT. WELLING, Lowndes. 231 

Moorer RH 



NAFTEL, Montgomery. 18 

Naftel James A, 341, 1895t 



NEW BROCKTON, Coffee. 328 

Hutchison C B, 142, 1906 



NEAV DECATUR, Morgan 

(See Albany) 



NEW HOPE, Madison. 301 

McCulloch Wm L, 142, 1916. 



NEW' MARKET, Madison. 375 

Davis Lewis, 142, 1914. 



NEWSITE, Tallapoosa. 300 

(R D Alexander City) 
Nolen Dan* 



NEWTON, Dale. 524 

Balcolm J W, 100, 1898 



NEWTONVILLE, Fayette. 18 

Gravlee J B, 195, 1904 



NORTH BIRMINGHAM, Jefferson 

(See Birmingham.) 



NORTHPORT, Tuscaloosa. 500 

Cooper W K, 100, 1911. 



NOTASULGA. 3IaeOM. 512 

Connell O O, 100, 1909 
Mahcne Jones M* 



OAK HILL, AAilcox. 212 

Jones W C* 

McWilliams E T, 282, 1897 



OAKMAN, Walker. 1,065 

Bishop J A, 142, 1911 



ONEONTA, Blount. 609 

Brittain J P, 100, 1909. 
Brittain J T, 100, 1908. 



OPELIKA, Lee. 4,734 

Clark W F* 

Crossley Thomas E, 341, 1880 

Heard V WH 

Peacock H B, 341, 1900 

Stallsworth J B, 143, 1905 

WHITMAN A H, B S, Ala Polytechnic 
Inst, 1895; D D S, Vanderbilt Univ 
(Dept of Dentistry), Nashville, Tenn, 
1898; Mem Alabama Dental Assn 



OPP, Covington. 863 

Foster John C, 142, 1905 



OXFORD, Calhoun. 1,090 

Bagley John N* 



OZARK, Dale. 2,229 

Dowling H B, 143, 1900 
McNair D PH 



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79 



PKLL CITY, Saint Clair. 530 

Johnson W RH 
Martin U C, 142, 1906 



PERRYVILLE, Perry. 100 

Fuller J A, 142, 1910. 



PETERMAIV, Monroe. 13 

Rikard L W, 142, 1906 



PETREY, Crenshaw. 150 

Petrey C S.* 



PHIIi CAMPBELL, Franklin. 75 

Roden V StI 

Stewart F M, 100, 1904. 



PHOENIX, Lee. 4,555 

McCrea R P* 
Roberts J B. 



PIEDMONT, Calhoun. 2,226 

Allgood J P* 
Kinobrew R HH 
Rickard L WH 
Webb Fain E, 143, 1906 



PINCKARD, Dale. 560 

Blackshear W B, 143, 191011 



PINE APPLE, Wilcox. 627 

Chapman R Zena, 341, 1892 



PINE HILL, Wilcox. 470 

McConnell C E, 340, 1884 



PISGAH, Jackson. 30 

Holcomb J DH 



PLANTERSVILLE, Dallas. 10? 

Bradford Harry, 100. 1905 
Carroll, J S, 100, 1908. 
Todd Samuel G, 217, 1859 
Walker R B, 142, 1903 



PLATEAU, Mobile. 50 

Cawthon Edly WH 



PRATT CITY, JeflEerson 

(See Ensley) 



PRATTVILLE, Autauga. 2,222 

Dickinson R O, 143, 1908 
Jones J D, 142, 1901 



RAGLAND, St. Clair. 483 

Alexander Lon, 100. 1914. 



RED BAY, Franklin. 472 

Snow A, 340, 1901 



RED HILL, Marshall. 18 

(R D Guntersville) 
Nichols J J* 
Whitmore Pressly* 



RED LEA EL, Covln^on. 317 

Smith W C|f 



REFORM. Plcken.s. 550 

Malone C, 143, 1909. 



REPTON, Conecuh. 331 

Holt W L, 207, 1905 



ROANOKE, Randolph. 2,034 

Lane S W, 143, 1899 

Parker S JH 

White Wm A* 

Yates D Mayfield, 143, 1896 



ROBERTSDALE, Baldwin. 50 

Holloway J C, 100, 1912. 



ROCKFORD, Coosa. 600 

Waites J CJI 



ROGERSVILLE, Lauderdale. 500 

Norwood J C* 



ROY, Monroe. 450 

Beard W S, 142, 1912. 



RUSSELLVILLE, Franklin. 2,046 

Clark J M jr* 
Jones W S jr* 



ST. ELMO, Mobile. 100 

Savage Robert* 



ST, STEPHENS, W^ashlngton. 94 

Dahlberg Young, 143, 1901 



SAMSON, Geneva. 1,350 

Hutchinson C B, 142, 1906. 
Stevens J D, 195, 1901. 



SCOTTSBORO, Jackson. 1,019 

Beech Charles Q* 
Griffith T J, 341, 1908. 



SEARLES, Tuscaloosa. 2,000 

McNeal Evander W, 341, 1905 



SECTION, Jackson. 14 

Ingram E Plf 
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SEIiMA, Dallas. 19,337 

Allen W E, 142, 1903. 119y2 Broad 
Chisholm James C, 216, 1894.t 201^^ 

Broad 
Fowlkes B C, 159, 1890. 1102 Selma 
Fuller John A, 142, 1910. 2003 Griffin 
Harkins Charles S, 341, 1907. 201/2 

Broad 
Jones D F, 142, 1903. 1011/2 Broad 
McKee Columbus L, 100, 1909. 201/2 

Broad 
Patton E W, 158, 1904. 2OI1/2 Broad 
Pierson Leo G, 341, 1898. 1331/^ Broad 
REEVES A T, D D S, 2d Honor Dental 
Dept of the Atlanta Coll of Phys and 
Surgs (formerly Southern Medical 
Coll), Atlanta, Ga, 1899; Prof At- 
lanta Coll Phys and Surgs; Ex-Pres 
Ala Dental Assn; Mem Natl Dental 
Assn, Southern Branch Natl Dental 
Assn and Ala Dental Assn; Mem 
Natl Mouth Hygiene Assn 
Reynolds William J, 195, 1892. 9021/2 

Alabama av 
Sullivan H Stanley.* 31 Franklin 
Whitby Thomas P.fl 2011/^ Broad 
Whitted Wm H, 131, 1912. 1022 1/2 
Broad 



SHEFFIELD, Colbert. 4,86.'' 

Johnson F A, 340, 18991It 
Proctor W E, 216, 1886t 
Rhoads Edwin G, 195, 1904 



SHORTER, Macon. 

Tuttle G H1I 



IBS 



SIDDONSVIIiLE, Marengo. SO 

Jones R Aug jr, 341, 1892 



SLOCOMB, Geneva. 896 

O'Kelley David B, 142, 1904 
Stutts S G, 143, 1906. 



SPRINGVIL.L,E, St. Clair. 350 

Knight J T.* 



STEVENSON, Jackson. 

Austin George L, 341, 1908 
Ronx W J.* 



574 



STOCKTON, Baldwin. 1,887 

Bryars R H, 100, 1908 



SVGGSVILLE, Clarke. 420 

Portls L R* 



SVL.LIGENT, Lamar. 619 

Dunn J T, 341, 1898t 



SUMMIT, Blount. 

Gunn H L* 
Haden A Vv' jrU 



79 



SYLACAUGA, Talladegra. 1,456 

Bell Robert G, 100, 1907 
Hunt R S, 209, 1900 



TALLADEGA, Talladega. 5,854 

Burtleson H C* 
Hamner W P, 143, 1899 
Lightcap Dutton S, 142, 1891 
McCaffery J W, 142, 1912 
Merrill Wm G, 341, 1905 
Northern W L, 143, 1905 
Slaughter W F, 341, 1886t 
Terry Floyd W, 131, 1911 



TALLASSEE, Elmore. 1,347 

Lane W A, 142, 1901 

Ohme Harry E, 195, 1905. (R D 2> 



THOMASVILLE, Clark. 

Stutts E P, 143, 1903 



1,181 



THORSBY, Chilton. 400 

Junkerman H C, 303, 1900 



TROY, Pike. 4,961 

Carroll Marion A, 341, 1884 
Chapman Edward H, 320, 1906 
Chapman R B, 341, 1884 
Locke E H, 340, 1882 
McKinnon Hugh T, 142, 1902 
Murphree J M, 341, 1882 
Segars C G* 
Windham R F, 142, 191011 



TUSCALOOSA, Tuscaloosa. 19,451 

Deason R P, 195, 1909. 315 Alston bldg 

Griffin Wallace W, 142, 1911. 2314^ 
Broad 

Hanna CM.* 211 Alston bldg 

Harris S B.t 2107 6th 

Hassell H Clay, 195, 1898. 616 22d ar 

Patton A W, 143, 1905. 216 Rosenfeld 
bldg 

Patton D B, 143, 1907. 216 Rosenfeld 
bldg 

Reid James W, 342, 1915. 2216^ Broad 

Searcy B S, 217, 1900. 514% Greens- 
boro av 

Spain Oswald S, 100, 1909. 203 Alston 
bldg 

Tucker Herman 0, 100, 1913. Bryce 
Hospital 



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REGISTER AND DIRECTORY 



(1917) 



ALABAMA 



SI 



Tl SCUMBIA, Colbert. 

Clark J 0* 
Dill Henry S* 
Gregory Emanuel SH 
Proctor W E, 216, 1886 



, TUSKEGEE, Macon. 

Heard C R, 143, 1908 
Lane R L, 142, 1889t 
Price Jack, 217, 1899 
Rush Wm E, 341, 1894t 



2324 



2,803 



UNION SPRINGS, Bullock. 

Bell James P, 341, 1912 
Hightower L V, 341, 1890t 
Horn Alexander B, 100, 1901 
Orr J Mt 



4,055 



UNIONTOWN, Perry. 

Green T L* 
Shaw J 0* 



VERNON, Lamar. 

Bradley R L* 

Matthews H T.* (R D 2) 



1.836 



423 



VINCENT, Shelby. 

Domlnick M L, 142, 1911 



995 



WADLEY. Randolph. 

Clardy W A, 142, 1908 



426 



WARRIOR, Jefferson. 660 

Albrltton Walter K, 100, 1913 
Bibb C R, 100, 1901 
Mitchell W 0, 100, 1908 



WEDOWEE, Randolph. 

Burns J T, 143, 1897 
Parker S J. 142, 1911 



435 



WEST BLOCTON. Bibb. 

Griffin W W, 142, 1911 
Randall George W, 143, 1902 



892 



AVETUMPKA, Elmore. 1.103 

Bloxom W L, 341, 1904 
McCaskey Frank B, 341, 1888 



WYLAM, Jefferson 

Miller T, 217, 1914 
Riviere Herman A, 216, 1902 



523 



YORK, Sumter. 710 

Bennett Hal C, 195, 1911 



ALASKA 

CAPITAL, SITKA 



Population of State, 64,680 
(U. S. Census Bureau Estimate 1914) 
Number of Dentists, 54 
For list of Dental Colleges, see page 43. 



DENTAL SOCIETIES 
Alaska Territorial Dental Association — President, G. C. Maule, Douglas; Vice- 
President, Dr. Carter, Douglas; Secretary-Treasurer, R. C. Mathis, Anchorage. 



DENTAL LAW OF ALASKA 

(H. B. No. 73) 

AN ACT to regulate the practice of dentistry in the Territory of Alaska and to 
provide for the examination, regulation, licensing and registration of persons 
engaged in the practice of dentistry, and for the punishment of offenders against 
this Act. 
Be it enacted by the Legislature of the Territory of Alaska: 

Section 1. It shall be unlawful for any person, -who is not at the time of the 
passage of this Act engaged in the practice of dentistry in this Territory, to com- 
mence such practice unless he or she shall have obtained a certificate, as hereinafter 
provided. 

Sec. 2. A Board of Dental Examiners to consist of Ave practicing dentists is 
hereby created whose duty it shal be to carry out the purposes and enforce the 
provisions of this Act. 

The members of said Board shall be appointed by the Governor from the Terri- 
tory at large. 



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The term for which the members of said Board shall hold office shall be five 
years, except that the members of the first Board appointed under this Act shall 
hold their office for the term of one, two, three, four and five years, respectively, and 
until their successors be duly appointed the tenures of which term shall be deter- 
mined by lot. 

In case of a vacancy in said Board, such vacancy shall be filled by the Governor,, 
from the Territory at large. Not more than two members of the said Board shall 
be appointed from any one judicial division. Each person appointed as a mem,ber 
of the Board of Dental Examiners shall qualify by taking the oath prescribed by 
law for the Territorial officers. 

Sec. 3. Said Board shall provide an official seal. The first meeting of said Board 
shall take place at the city of Juneau on the first Tuesday of August, 1913. Said 
Board shall choose one of its members president and one secretary and treasurer 
thereof, and it shall meet at least once in each year, and as much oftener and at 
such times and places as it may deem necessary. Two members of said Board shall 
constitute a quorum, and the proceedings thereof shall, at all reasonable t>imes be 
open to public inspection. 

Sec. 4. Within four months from the time this Act takes effect, it shall be the 
duty of every person who has been engaged in the practice of dentistry in this 
Territory for four years next preceding, or has a certificate permitting him or her 
to practice their profession which shall have been issued to him or her by a dental 
examining board of any State of the United States, or a diploma from a reputable 
dental college, and who at the time of the passage of this Act is engaged in the 
practice of dentistry in the Territory of Alaska, to cause his or her name and 
residence, or place of business, to be registered with said Board of Examiners, who 
shall keep a book for that purpose. The statement of every such person shall be 
verified under oath before a notary public in such manner as shall be prescribed 
by the Board of Examiners. Every person who shall so register with the said Board 
as a practitioner of dentistry shall receive a certificate to that effect without exam- 
ination, and may continue to practice as such without incurring any of the liabilities 
or penalties provided in this Act, and shall pay to the Board of Examiners for such 
registration and certificate the fee of five dollars ($5.00). 

Sec. 5. Any person who desires to begin the practice of dentistry in the Terri- 
tory of Alaska after the passage of this Act shall appear before said Board of 
Examiners at any one of its regular or special meetings for examinations. To be 
eligible for such examination the applicant shall present a dipoma from a reputable 
dental college. The examination shall be conducted in English and shall be thorough,, 
practical and sufficient to test the ability of the applicant to practice dentistry. 
It shal include: Operative and Prosthetic Dentistry, Osteology, Dental and General 
Anatomy, Histrology, Bacteriology, Physiology, Pathology, Chemistry, Metallurgy,. 
Materia Medica, Therapeutics, Orthodontia and Anesthetics. Demonstrations in Oper- 
ative Prosthetic Dentistry, Prognosis and Diagnosis will be required. All applicants 
must furnish their own material for demonstrations. If the examinations prove 
satisfactory to said Board of Dental Examiners, they shall issue a certificate of 
registration to the person examined. All certificates issued by the Board shall be 
signed by its President, Secretary and a majority of the Board and shall have its 
official seal attached thereto. 

It shall be unlawful for any person or persons, whether registered or not, to 
operate or run any dental office or parlors, under any name or corporation name 
other than the name to whom the license is issued. 

Sec. 6. Said Board may accept and register upon payment of the registration 
fee, and without examination of the applicant, any certificate which shall have been 
issued to him, or her, by the Dental Examining Board of any State in the United 
States, provided, however, that the legal requirements of such Dental Examining 
Board shall have been at the time of issuing such certificate in no degree or par- 
ticular less than those of the Territory of Alaska at the time when such certificate 
shall have been presented for registration to the Board created by this Act, and 
provided that such applicant shall have been lawfully engaged in the practice of 
dentistry in the State from which he or she, shall present is or her certificate for a 
period of five years next preceding his or her, application to the Dental Board of the 
Territory of Alaska, and provided further, that the provisions in this section con- 
tained shall be held to apply only to such and of said Dental Examining Boards as 
~ccept and register the certificates granted by this Board, without examination by 
them of the ones holding such certificates. Each applicant upon making application 
shall pay to the Secretary of the Board a fee of twenty-five dollars (25.00). 

Sec. 7. Every person who shal receive a certificate of registration from said 
Board shall within sixty days after the issuance thereof cause his or her certificate 
to be filed with the clerk of the court of the judicial division of his or her residence, 
or with the clerk of the court of anv other judicial division in which he or she may 
desire to engage in the practice of dentistry. The clerk of the court of the judicial 
division shall charge for registering certificate the regular fee for such services; 
and after registering the certificate, shall return it to the person to whom the same 
was originally issued. Any person who shall fail to register his or her certificate 
shall be liable for practicing dentistry without license. 



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ALASKA 



83 



Sec. -8. It shall be the duty of the clerk of the court to keep a book to be 
entitled "Dental Register," which book shall contain a complete alphabetical list of 
all certificates of registration filed in his office, and which book shall be provided 
with columns, giving the name and residence of the dentist, together with the date 
of the certificate, and the date of its filing with the clerk, and the date of revocation. 

Sec. 9. All persons shall be held to be practicing dentistry, within the meaning 
of this Act, who shall receive a fee or salary or other rewards, paid either to him, 
or her or to another person for operations or parts of operations, of any kind, in the 
treatment of diseases or lesions of the human teeth, or in the correction of the 
malposition thereof. But nothing In this article shall be construed to permit the 
performance of independent dental operations by unlicensed persons under the cover 
of a named registered practitioner or in his, or her, office. 

Sec. 10. In order to provide means for carrying out and maintaining the pro- 
visions of this Act, the Board of Dental Examiners shall charge each person 
applying to or appearing before said Board for examination, a fee of twenty-five 
($25.00). In case the applicant fails to secure a certificate from said Board, he may 
appear again before said Board for another examination after the expiration of six 
months without paying an additional examination fee. Every registered dentist 
shall each and every year pay to the Board of Dental Examiners a license fee of four 
dollars ($4.00), such payment to be paid on or before the first day of July of each 
year. In case of default of such payment by such person, his or her certificate may 
be revoked by the Board of Dental Examiners upon ninety (90) days' notice from the 
Secretary to the person holding such certificate, unless within said ninety days said 
payment shall be made, together with such penalties as the Board may impose, 
which in no case shall exceed twenty-five dollars. 

Sec. 11. Out of the funds coming into the possession of said Board, each of the 
members of said Board may receive as compensation the sum of five dollars ($5.00) 
for each day actually engaged in the duties of their office, together with all legiti- 
mate and necessary expenses incurred in attending the meetings of said Board. No 
part of the compensation or other expenses of the said Board shall be paid out of 
the Territorial treasury. The fee coming into the treasury of said Board shall bo 
paid out upon the warrant of the President and the Secretary thereof in payment 
of the compensation and expenses of said Board in carrying out the provisions of 
this Act. Said Board shall make an annual report of its proceedings to the Governor 
of this Territory for the year ending on the thirty-first day of December preceding: 
the making of said report. Said report shall be fied with the Governor on or before 
the third day of January of each year. 

Sec. 12. Any person who shall violate any of the provisions of this Act, or shall 
knowingly or falsely claim to have or hold a certificate of registration, license, 
diploma, or degree granted by any society or Board of Dental Examiners or shall 
falsely, and with intent to deceive the public claim or pretend to be the graduate 
of any incorporated reputable dental college, or shall have registered under one 
name and practiced dentistry under another name with Intent to deceive the public, 
shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction may be fined one 
hundred dollars ($100.00), and not less than fifty dollars ($50.00), or imprisoned for 
not less than thirty (30) days nor more than sixty (60) days, or may be punished 
by both such fine and imprisonment. All fines thus received shall be paid into the 
Territorial treasury. 

Sec. 13. The said Board shall have power to make such by-laws, rules and 
regulations not inconsistent with the laws of the Territory, as may be necessary to 
carry into effect the provisions of this Act, and the Treasurer of said Board of Dental 
Examiners shall furnish a bond to be approved by the Governor and the Governor 
may, for cause, remove any member of said Examining Board. 

Approved, April SO, 1913. 




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R. L. POLK 



CO.'S DENTAL 



LIST OF DENTISTS 

ARRANGED ALPHABETICALLY BY POSTOFFICCS. 

S Y M B O L- S : 

*JXo report received. tMem. State Dental Assn. ^Recristered. §9teni. District Dental Society. 

The Postofflce address U shown in DISPLiAY TYPE, the name of the countr In which it is located 
mlmedlately follows, and then the population of the place. The names of Dentists appear under the 
Iiostofflce name, the first number (the key to which will be found on pages 41 to 48) Indicates the 
collegre of srraduation, and the last number the year in which diploma was grranted. 



ANCHORAGE. 1,250 

Drainey T* 
German E Frank* 
Hawes — ,* 

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Mathis Raymond C, 152, 1902 
Pearson F* 
Ross E* 



BETHEL., 110 



French C* 



CHENA 

Bain P B, 128, 1898 



CHATANIKA. 

Peirce Kendrik* 

CHITINA 

Trabue Wm W, 219, 1901 



150 



CORDOVA. 1,500 

Blythe H A* 

DAGGETT CHARLES T, D D S, Ohio 
Coll of Dental Surg, Cincinati, O, 
1901; Chairman Nat'l Mouth Hy- 
giene Committee for Alaska; Pres 
Alaska Dental Assn. 

Hale Charles L, 152, 1903 

VanGlosch E* 



DOUGLAS. 2,450 

Carter Charles D, 228, 1904 
Hall Harry S, 315, 1916 
Maule G Cuthbert* 



FAIRBANKS. 3,541 

Hedger H L, 158, 1890 
Myers Robert R, 217, 1898 
Whitney Preston S* 



FLAT CITY. 1,000 

Knickerbocker Lorln C, 152, 1912 



IDITAROD. 1,000 

Bradbury Edward T, 315, 1903 
Behla Herman* 



JUNEAU. 4,000 

Finley Christopher C, 315, 1911 
Freeberger O* 
Griffin D G* 



Halford Edward J, 111, 1910 
Jenne C P* 
Kaser E H* 
Mulhollen Wm E.* 
White T H* 

KENNECOTT. 125 

Bunch George A, 216, 1913 



KETCHIKAN. 1,613 

Kennedy J R* 

Sparhawk Edward E, 111, 1899 

Zuber W Edward* 



KODIAK. 431 

Stone S I* 

LONG. 600 

Good Wm F, 322, 1904 



McCarthy. 300 

McMillen H A* 



NOME. 2,600 

Bayne James W, 158, 1900 
Fromm Luther W* 



ST MICHAELS. 2,225 

Hall Nathan G, 216, 1905 



SEWARD. 500 

Daggett Charles T, 300, 1901. 
Daggett Cora VH 
Keating Otto J, 110, 1910 
Roberts C* 



Peterson, 



SITKA. 2,210 

* 

872 



SKAGWAY 

Keller Louis S* 
Keller M B* 



TACOTNA 

Green W F* 

VALDEZ. 2,000 

Cockerill Henry, 132, 1896 
Rystrom W A* 

WRANGELL. 800 

Emery Charles A, 111, 1897 
Mailer C* 




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REGISTER AND DIRECTORY 



(1917) 



ARIZONA 



85 



ARIZONA 

CAPITAL, PHOENIX 



Population of State 239,063 
(U. S. Census Bureau Estimate 1914) 
Number of Dentists, 66 
For list of Dental Colleges, see page 43. 



" BOARD OF DENTAL EXAMINERS OF ARIZONA 

President, J. H. Blain, Prescott; Secretary-Treasurer, Eugene McGuire, Phoe- 
nix; H, H. Paxton, Phoenix; J. D. Holcombe, Globe. 



DENTAL SOCIETIES 

Arizona State Dental Society — President, A. L. Hawkins, Jerome; Vice-Presi- 
dent, F. V. Woodward, Phoenix; Secretary -Treasurer, W. D. Shackelford, Phoenix. 



DENTAL LAW OF ARIZONA 
(REVISED STATUTES, 1913. TITLE XLVIII, CHAPTER II.) 

4751. Any person shall be deemed to be practicing dentistry who for a fee, 
salary, or reward, paid directly or indirectly to himself or to some other person, 
shall attempt to or shall perform an operation of any kind, upon or treat diseases 
or lesions of, or correct malpositions of, the human teeth or jaws. 

Nothing herein contained shall prevent any person duly licensed to practice 
medicine or surgery in the State of Arizona from extracting teeth in the practice of 
oral surgery or the treatment of diseases of the mouth. 

4752. It shall be unlawful for any person who is not duly licensed to practice 
dentistry In the State of Arizona to practice dentistry in the State or, by the display 
of a sign, or in any other manner advertise himself as being engaged in the practice 
of dentistry in the State. 

Any person who shall violate any of the provisions of this section shall be guilty 
of a misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof shall be punished by a fine of not 
less than one hundred dollars nor more than three hundred dollars, or by imprison- 
ment in the county jail for not less than three months, nor more than six months, 
or by both such fine and imprisonment. 

It shall be the duty of the County Attorney of each County of this State to 
prosecute any violations of this section in the courts of their respective counties in 
which such violations occur. 

In any prosecution under this section a certificate under the hand and seal of 
the Secretary of State stating that he has examined the list of licensed dentists on 
file in his office, and that the name of the defendant does not appear thereon, shall 
be competent evidence and prima facie evidence that the defendant is not and was 
not at the time of the commission of the alleged offense a licensed dentist. 

4753. Only the following persons shall be deemed licensed to practice dentistry 
in the State of Arizona: 

(a) Persons duly licensed and entitled to practice dentistry in the State of 
Arizona at the time of the taking effect of this Act; (b) persons duly licensed to 
practice dentistry in the State after the passage of this Act. 

4754. A Board of Dental Examiners* to consist of five duly licensed, resident, 
practicing dentists, is hereby created, whose duty it shal be to examine all appli- 
cants for license to practice dentistry in the State of Arizona, and to recommend th« 
licensing of all such applicants as in their judgment are qualified to practice 
dentistry in the State. 



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It shall be the duty of the Board to adopt such rules and regulations for the 
conduct of such examinations as in its judgment may seem proper; to report to the 
proper officers all violations of the law whenever the same shall come to its knowl- 
edge; to keep a true and correct list of al the duly licensed dentists practicing in 
this State, with the address of each; to recommend the revocation of any license 
whenever, in its judgment, there appears to be a sufficient cause therefor, and to 
furnish such evidence as it may have in its possession to substantiate such recom- . 
mendation; and to perform such other duties as may be imposed by law. 

4755. The members of this Board shall be appointed by the Governor of the 
State for a term of five years; provided, however, that the members of the first 
Board, if otherwise qualified as herein provided, shall be the present Board of Dental 
Examiners, whose terms shall be so made and arranged by the Governor that one 
term shall expire January first, 1914; one January first, 1915; one January first, 1916; 
one January first, 1917; and one January first, 1918. All vacancies occurring in said 
Board shall be filled by appointment by the Governor. 

No person shall be eligible to serve on said Board unless he be a qualified elector 
of Arizona, and has been duly licensed to practice dentistry in Arizona for five 
years next preceding his appointment and of good moral character, and the recom- 
mendation of the Arizona Dental Society shall be taken and considered by the Gov- 
ernor as prima facie evidence of such eligibility in making appointments to said 
Board. 

4756. It shall be the duty of said Board to organize by the election of one of 
its members as President, and one as Secretary; to adopt a seal which shall be the 
official seal of the Board; to meet at least once, but not more than twice, in each 
year, at such time and place in this State as the Board may designate, for the pur- 
pose of examining applicants and transacting such business of the Board as may , be 
required. Written notice of the time and place and object of such meeting shall be 
mailed by the Secretary of said Board to all members thereof and to all persons 
whose application for examination shal be on file with the Secretary of State, as 
provided in Sec. 8, Par. 4758, at least fifteen days before the time of meeting. 

Three members of said Board shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of 
the business of said Board, and for the purpose of examining applicants for license to 
practice dentistry in the State. 

The Secretary of the Board of Dental Examiners shall keep a record book Into 
which he shall transcribe and keep a true record of all proceedings of the Board. 

It shall be the duty of the Board of Dental Examiners at its first meeting to 
ascertain and determine the names of all persons who are duy licensed and entitled 
to practice dentistry under the provisions of this Act, and to file with the Secretary 
of State a true and correct list thereof. 

The Secretary of State shall keep a record book into which he shall transcribe 
and keep a true list of dentists licensed to practice in this State, and necessary 
records of all proceedings relating to revocation of licenses. 

4757. The Governor shall have the power to remove from office any member of 
said Board of Dental Examiners at any time, for the continued neglect of duty, or for 
incompetency, or for dishonorabe conduct. 

4758. Any person who shall desire to begin the practice of dentistry in the State 
of Arizona, after the passage of this Act, shall file a sworn statement of his qualifica- 
tions and shall make application to the Secretary of State, for an examination by the 
Board of Dental Examiners, on a blank furnished by the Secretary of State, and shall 
pay the Secretary of State an examination fee of twenty-five dollars, which examina- 
tion fee shall in no event be refunded if the applicant is eligible for examination; 
provided, that any applicant failing to qualify for license upon his first examination 
shall be entitled to one additional examination by the said Board of Dental Examiners 
at any subsequent meeting thereof, without charge. 

4759. No person shall be eligible for examination by the Board of Dental 
Examiners who shall not: (1) Have been duly licensed~to practice dentistry elsewhere 
in the United States; or (2) have a diploma from some reputable dental college, or 
dental department of a university.- 

4760. Examinations by the Board of Dental Examiners shall be of two kinds, 
viz: (1) theoretical, and (2) practical. The theoretical examination shall be written 
In the English language and consist of questions and answers upon such subjects 
as are included in the curriculum of reputable dental colleges; provided, that the 
Board may conduct additional examination, orally, on such subjects, and no member 
thereof shall be prevented from examining any applicant on all such subjects. The 
practical examination shall consist of demonstrations of skill in operative and 
mechanical dentistry. 

In grading all examinations the theoi«etical examination and the practical work 
shall be graded at fifty per cent each; provided, that the Board may allow applicants 
who have been engaged in the practice of dentistry for five years, sixty-six and two- 
thirds per cent for their practical work, and thirty-three and one-third per cent for 
their theoretical examination. 




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REGISTER AND DIRECTORY (1917) ARIZONA 87 

It shall be the duty of the Secretary of State, upon presentation to him of a 
certificate by the Board of Dental Examiners, certifying under tlie seal of the Board, 
that the person named therein is possessed of the necessary qualifications and Is 
entitled to practice dentistry in the State, to endorse thereon under the seal of the 
State of Arizona, a license to practice dentistry in tlie State. 

4761. Whenever it shall appear to the Secretary of State that any licensed dentist 
practicing- in the State of Arizona has been guilty of fraud, deceit or misrepresenta- 
tion in obtaining a license; or of gross immorality, habitual use of intoxicants or 
drugs, rendering him unfit for the practice of dentistry; or of malpractice, gross 
ignoi'ance, incompetency, or wilful negligence in the practice of dentistry; or of 
employing unlicensed persons to perform work which, under this Act, can only be 
legally done by persons holding a license to practice dentistry in this State; or of 
committing any crime involving moral turpitude, either before or after conviction in 
court: or of practicing deceit or other fraud, upon the public or individual patients, 
in obtaining or attempting to obtain practice; or of false advertisement, publication 
or circulation of exaggerated claims, or fraudulent, or misleading statements of his 
art, skill or knowledge or of his methods of treatment or practice, he shall revoke 
the license of such person. 

4762. An accusation may be filed with the Secretary of State charging any 
licensed dentist with the c.ommission of any of the offenses enumerated in the pre- 
ceding section. 

Such accusation shall be In writing, signed by the accuser and Verfiled under his 
oath, and corroborated by at least two reputable citizens of the State, likewise under 
oath, who are familiar with the facts. 

Whenever such accusation is filed, the Secretary of State shall set a day for hear- 
ing, and shall transmit to the accused a true copy of all papers filed with him relating 
to such accusation, and shall notify the accused that on the day fixed for hearing he 
may appear and show cause, if any, why his license to practice dentistry In the State 
of Arizona should not be revoked. 

And for the purpose of such hearing the Secretary of State is hereby empowered 
to require the attendance of witnesses, administer oaths and hear testimony, either 
oral or documentary, for or against the accused. 

And if, after such hearing of the accused, the Secretary of State shall be satisfied 
that the accused has been guilty of the offense charged in the accusation, he shall 
thereupon without further notice, revoke the license of the person so accused. 

4763. The Governor, the Superintendent of Pubic Instruction, and the State 
Auditor shall be, and they are hereby constituted a Board of Review, with power and 
authority to review any and all actions of the Secretary of State in revoking or 
refusing to revoke any such license; and the determination of the said Board of 
Review upon any and all matters submitted to it shall be final. 

Any person who may feel himself aggrieved at the revocation of his license may 
have the action of the Secretary of State in revoking the same reviewed by the 
Board of Review in the following manner: 

The person seeking such review shall file with the Secretary of State his aflSdavit 
verified in the manner required by law, setting forth the fact of the revocation of 
his license, and that there has been a miscarriage of justice or error committed by 
the Secretary of State, or that the decision of the Secretary of State was contrary to 
law, or was not supported by the evidence adduced at the hearing. 

In the same manner the Board of Dental Examiners may have the action of the 
Secretary of State in refusing to revoke the license reviewed by the Board of Review. 

When such affidavit has been filed with the Secretary of State it shall be his duty 
within ten days thereafter to transmit the same, together with all the papers, records 
and documents pertaining to the case, to the Governor, who shall at such reasonable 
time as he may determine, and upon proper notice to all the parties interested, con- 
vene the Board of Review at such place as lie may determine. 

4764. All expenses incurred by the Board of Dental Examiners for rents, lights, 
supplies and other necessary disbursements in holding the meetings of said Board, 
shall be paid In the same manner as the compensation of the members of said Board. 
Upon the presentation of an Itemized statement of such expenses, verified by the 
Secretary of said Board, to the State Auditor, he shall draw his warrant on the- State 
Treasurer, payable to said Secretary of said Board, for the amount specified in such 
statement. 

4765. The compensation of the members of the Board of Dental Examiners shall 
be ten dollars per diem each, while actually engaged in the business of said Board, 
and necessary traveing and hotel expenses Incurred by them in the discharge of their 
duties. Upon a verified statement to the State Auditor of the amount due each mem- 
ber of this Board, the State Auditor Is hereby authorized and directed to draw his 
warrant on the State Treasurer for such amounts and the State Treasurer is hereby 
authorized and directed to pay- the same. 

4766. All duly licensed dentists shall be exempt from jury duty In any of the 
courts of this State. 

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LIST OF DEINTISTS 

ARRANGED ALPHABETICALLY BY POSTOFFICES. 

SVM BOL-S: 

*N'o report received. tMem. State Dental Assn. fReeistered. §Meiii, District Dental Sorte#r. 

Ttae Poetotflce address is shown In DISPLAY TYPE, the name of the county in which it is located 
mimedlatelT follows, and then the population of the place. The names of Dentists appear under th* 
poetoffice name, the first number (the key to which will be found on paces 41 to 48) indieatee th* 
collesre of grraduation, and the laat nnnkber the year in which diploma w^aa ffranied. 



BISBBE:, Cochise. 9,019 

Balmer Thomas A, 320, 190111 
Craig George D, 111, 1903![ 
Gonzales L C* 
Hankin W E, 216, 1899 
Sims W P, 341, 18991It 
Teufert J F, 320, 1902 
Tuell Charles Hjl 



CLIFTON, Greenlee. 

Manss Robert If 



4,874 



DOUGLAS, Cochise. 6,437 

Brown Lewis R, 216, 19051It 
Gary Leon B, 320, 1905 



FLAGSTAFF, Coconino. 1,633 

Dumas Mack O, 143, 1904 

O'Connell John L, 341, 1902 

PORTZ CHARLES F, D D S, Univ of 
Pennsylvania, School of Dentistry, 
Philadelphia, Pa, 1894; Mem Alumni 
Assn Univ of Pa and Ariz State 
Dental Soc; Hours 9 a m-12 m and 
2-4 p m; Tel 66; 15 E Aspen av 

Robinson Edward M, 324, 1907 



globe:, Gila. 7,083 

Hitchins H RH 

Holcombe J Delaney, 112, 1904 

Lindsey J L, 112, 1916 

Lord J A J11 

Spates W L, 175, 1894 



HAYDEN, Gila 

Rood Albert B, 158, 1900 



HOLBROOK, Navajo. 500 

Switzer Arthur F, 152, 1901 



JEROME, Yavapai. 2,393 

Hawkins L AH 

Snipes Charles L, 112, 1915 



KINGMAN, Mohave. 1,000 

Mcintosh Paul, 122, 1908tl 
Shannon H R, 185, 1903 



MESA, Maricopa. 1,692 

Light G P, 152, 190311 



NIAMI, Gila. 1,000 

Little Earle R, 122, 1912 
Rosenberg Joseph A, 122, 1912 



MORENCI, Greenlee. 6,020 

Sumner W NH 



NOGALES, Santa Cruz. 3,514 

Rush Herman S, 341, 1907 
Sanderson Mortimer, 320, 1909 
White Benjaminlf 



O ATM AN, Mohave. 150 

Swenson Earl A, 112, 1916 



PHOENIX, Maricopa. 24,786 

BELT JOHN GAGE, D D S, Cincinnati 
Coll of Dental Surgery, Cincinnati, O, 
1900; Hours 8 a m to 5 p m; Tel 605; 
cor Washington and 1st av; P O Box 
886 

Borah James L, 271, 1905, 302 Good- 
rich bldg 

Braxton Henry H, 300, 1895, 302 Good- 
rich bldg 

Dunlap John T, 158, 1911, 303 Goodrich 
bldg 

Fowler Robert C, 135, 1912, 225 Good- 
rich bldg 

Gillespie Wm C, 241, 1899, 209 Good- 
rich bldg 

Jessop H Jif 

Lentz John A, 239, 1896,1} 44 N 1st av 

Lentz Wm G, 239, 1895, 215 Natl Bank 
of Ariz bldg 

McGUIRE EUGENE, D M D, Washing- 
ton Univ Dental School, St Louis, 
Mo, 1900; Sec Arizona State Board 
of Dental Examrs ; Mem Natl Dental 
Assn, Arizona State and Phoenix 
Dental Socs; Hours 9 a m-12 m and 
1-5 p m; Tels Office 1254, Res 2606; 
Office 202-203 Noll Bldg 

Messinger John A, 154, 1892, 201 W 
T&ckson 

Morrison Norman H, 272, 1901 



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OGBURN BURT, DOS, Pennsylvania 
Coll of Dental Surgery, Philadelphia, 
Pa, 1901; First Arizona State Den- 
tist; Room 3 Irvine Bldg, 35 E Wash- 
ington 

Ritchie P J. 175, 1909, 11 W Adams 

Shackleford W D, 264, 1898,11 11 W 
Adams 

Wilson Harry H, 152, 1887, 308 Natl 
Bank of Ariz bldg 

Woodward Frank V, 152, 1889,11 34 N 
Central av 



PRESCOTT, Yavapai. 5,092 

Blain J Harvey, 240, 1898 
Hartzell Clark K, 158, 189811 
Roper Ralph J, 139, 18981f 



RAY, Pinal. 73 

Barackman Wm G, 152, 1900 



SAFFORD, Graham. 1,240 

Brenner M EH 



TEMPLE, Maricopa. 1,473 

DeVore Wesley G, 152, 1891 



TOMBSTONE, Cochise. 2,046 

Morris Chester A, 315, 1905 



TUCSON, Pima. 13,193 

Baker W A, 112, 1903 

Freeman R Rlf 

Lewis T Sif 

Odermatt F AH 

Shaw Leonard C, 303, 1897 

Stiles E H, 364, 18971f 



WILLIAMS, Coconino 

Miller E HH 



YUMA, Yuma. 2,914 

Clendenin Eugene C, 111, 1907 
Yemen John PU 



ARKANSAS 

CAPITAL. LITTLE ROCK 



Population of State, 1,686,480 
(U. S. Census Bureau Estimate 1914) 
Number of Dentists, 351 
For list of Dental Colleges, see page 43. 



STATE BOARD OF DENTAL EXAMINERS 
President, J. W. Stephens, Pine Bluff; Secretary-Treasurer, I. M. Sternberg, 
Ft. Smith; J. D. Jordan, Little Rock; W. S. Richardson, Malvern; H. J. (Jreen, 
Paragould. 



DENTAL SOCIETIES 

Arkansas State Dental Association — President, E. A. Payne, McGehee; 1st 
Vice-President, G. C. Jerigan, Rector; 2d Vice-President, J. W. Markwell, Little 
Rock; Secretary-Treasurer, H. J. Crume, Hamburg; Corresponding Secretary, L. 
S. Johnson, Jonesboro. 

Central Arkansas Dirtrict Dental Association — President, A. T. McMillan, 
Little Rock; Secretary, H. P. Hopkins, Argenta. 

Fort Smith District Dental Society — President, W. T. Rowland, Ft. Smith; 
Secretary W. H. Allen, Ft. Smith. 

Northeastern Arkansas District Dental Association — ^President, F. P. Travis, 
Osceola; Secretary, E. L. Miley, Blythesville. 

Southeastern Arkansas District Dental Society — President, E. H. Johnson, 
Pine Bluff; Secretary, J. H. Turner, McGehe'e. 

Southwestern Arkansas District Dental Society — President, H. W. Gore, Nash- 
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DENTAL LAW OF ARKANSAS 

ACT 56 OF 1915 LEGISLATURE, SIGNED BY GOVERNOR FEBRUARY 17. 1915 

Section 1. That the Arkansas State Board of Dental Examiners heretofore 
created be continued to consist of five (5) practising dentists, whose duty it shall be 
to carry out the purposes and enforce the provisions of this Act as hereinafter 
specified. Members of the said Board, who shall be known and styled "The Arkansas- 
State Board of Dental Examiners," shall be appointed by the Governor of the State 
of Arkansas; such appointments to be recommended by the Arkansas State Dental 
Association, all of whom shall be graduates of a reputable dental college, or the 
dental department of a reputable college or university; must be residents of the State 
for a period of five or more years; must be legally licensed to practice dental surgery 
or dentistry, and must have been actually engaged in the practice of dentistry 
immediately preceding their appointment for at least five (5) years, provided, how- 
ever, that no person shall be eligibe to appointment on the said Board who is in any 
way connected with, or interested in, any dental college, or the dental department of 
any institution of learning, or the dental supply business. 

The terms for which the members shall hold office shall be five years (5), pro- 
vided that the present members of the said Board in office at the time of the passage 
of this Act shall continue in office until their respective terms expire, and until 
their successors are appointed and qualified. 

On September 1st, 1915, the Governor shall appoint five' (5) men recommended by 
the Arkansas State Dental Association, in open and regular meeting with qualifica- 
tions as specified elsewhere in this Act, who shall constitute the State Board of 
Dental Examiners. The appointments of the same to be made as follows: One member 
shall be appointed for one (1) year; another for two (2) years; another for three 
(3) years; another for four (4) years; another for five (5) years; and on September 
1st, annually therea,fter, the Governor shall appoint one member of the said Board 
recommended by the Arkansas State Dental Association in open and regular meeting, 
whose term of office shall be for five (5) years. 

All vacancies on said Board of Dental Examiners shall be filled by the Governor 
to serve for the unexpired term of the member whose place upon the said Board is 
rendered vacant. 

Sec. 2. Officers' Meetings, Records, Etc. — Said Board of Dental Examiners shall 
choose one of its members President and one as Secretary-Treasurer, thereof at each 
annual meeting to be held between the fifteenth (15) day of May and the fifteenth 
(15) day of July each year. Said Board may meet oftener, if necessary, in the discre- 
tion of the Board, at such times and places as it may deem proper, for the examina- 
tion of applicants who may wish to practice dentistry in this State, and for the 
transaction of any other business that may come before it. Said Board shall keep a 
record book in which shall be registered the names, addresses, and license numbers of 
all persons legally entitled to practice dentistry in the State of Arkansas. A majority 
of the members of said Board shall at all times constitute a quorum for the transac- 
tion of business and proceedings of said Board shall be recorded in a minute book 
open at all reasonable times to public inspection. The Secretary-Treasurer shall 
execute to said Board bond with approved security for the faithful performance of 
his duty. . ^ ^ 

Sec. 3. Granting License, Registration, Etc. — No person shall practice dentistry 
in the State of Arkansas or attempt to do so after the passage of this Act, without 
first applying for and obtaining a license for such purpose from the State Board of 
Dental Examiners, and registering such license as herein provided, and this provision 
shall apply to all persons, whether they have heretofore practiced dentistry in this 
State or not, except such persons as have been heretofore licensed and registered. 
Application for license shall be made to the said Board in writing, and shall, in every 
instance, be accompanied by an examination fee of fifteen ($15.00) dollars, which sum 
it is authorized to charge each applicant for each examination by said Board. The 
applicant must be at least twenty-one (21) years of age, of good moral character 
and reputation, and the application of each person seeking a license must be accom- 
panied by evidence satisfactory to said Board that the applicant so applying is ^ 
graduate of, and has a diploma from, a reputable dental college, or the dental depart- 
ment of some reputable school or university. 

Examination must be both written and clinical, and of such a character as to 
thoroughly test the qualification of the applicant to practice dentistry, and the 
applicant in his examination must make a grade or percentage required by the Board 
which shall not be less than an average of seventy-five (75 per cent) per cent, and 
the Board may also, in its discretion, refuse to grant license to any person found 
guilty of making false statement, cheating or of fraud or deception, either in apply- 
ing for license or taking said examination. 

Sec. 4. Registering License — Fee. — Any person licensed to practice dentistry or 
dental surgery, in this State, bv the Arkansas State Board of Dental Examiners, as 
hereinbefore provided, shall personally and within ninety (90) days from the day of 
issue, cause such license to be registered with the county clerk, or county clerks, of 
such county or counties in which such person desires to engage in the practice of 
dentistry or dental surgery, and the county clerks of the several counties of this 
State shall charge for registering such license a fee of fifty (50c) cents for each 
registration. And, it is hereby provided further that every person who engages in 
the practice of dentistry or dental surgery in this State shall cause hi s or her license 

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to be registered with the county clerlv before beginning the practice of dentistry In 
said county, and to be at all times displayed in a conspicuous place in his or her 
office whei-ein he or she shall practice such profession, and shall further, whenever 
requested, exhibit such license to any other members of the said Board, or Its 
authorized agent. 

Sec. 5. Duty of County Clerk. — The county clerk of each county shal furnish 
annually before the first day of December of each year, to the State Board of Dental 
Examiners, upon blanks to be provided by such Board, a duplicate list of all certifi- 
cates received and issued by him during the preceding year, and shall include 
therein the date and issue of said certificate, the serial number, the name, the age 
and the residence of such person receiving the same. 

Sec. 6. Failure to Register License — Forfeiture. — Any failure, neglect or refusal 
on the part of any person obtaining a license, to practice dentistry or dental surgery 
from the said Board, to register said license with the county clerk of some county 
of tliis State, as above directed, within ninety (90) days from the date of the issue 
of the saine, shall work a forfeiture of such license, and no license when once for- 
feited shall be restored, except upon a payment to the said Board the sum of fifteen 
(?15.00) dollars for such neglect, failure or refusal to register such license and the 
surrender of fhe forfeited license. 

Sec. 7. Revocation of License. — The State Board of Dental Examiners may 
refuse license or suspend or revoke the same for any of the following causes: 

First — The presentation to the Board of any diploma, license, or certificate, 
illegally or fraudulently obtained, or one from an institution which is not reputable, 
or from an unrecognized or irregular institution or State Board, or obtained by the 
practice of any fraud or deception. 

Secoiid — The publication or the circulation of any fraudulent or misleading 
stateinenT as to the skill or method of any person or operator. 

Third — The commission of a criminal operation, or conviction of felony, or 
chronic or persistent inebriety, or drunkenness, or confirmed drug habit, or in any 
way advertising to practice dentistry, or dental surgery, without causing pain, or 
advertising in any other manner with the view of deceiving or defrauding the public, 
or in any way that will tend to deceive the public or in using or advertising as using 
any drug, nostrum, or patent proprietary medicine of any unknown formula, or any 
dangerous or unknown anesthetic which is not generally used by the dental profes- 
sion, or using or advertising as using any drugs, material, medicine, formula, system 
or anesthetic which is either falsely advertised, misnamed or not in reality used. 

Fourth — The employment in the practice of dentistry of any unlicensed person; 
the violation of any of the provisions of this Act, or the refusal to comply with any 
of the said provisions. 

Nor shall said Dental Board relicense anyone whose license has once been 
revoked for any of the above causes within one year after such revocation, and only 
then upon sufficient assurances and guarantees to the said Board of correct conduct 
for the future. A second revocation of any license shall be perpetual. 

Sec. 8. Proceedings and Authority of the Board. — In all proceedings for a sus- 
pension or a revocation of license, the holder of said license shall be given thirty 
(30) days' notice to prepare for hearing, and he shall be heard in person, or by 
counsel, or both. The State Board of Examiners may take such oral or written proof 
for or against the complainant, as it may deem will best present the facts. It may 
also employ an attorney, if it deems it necessary, in special cases. Said Board shall 
have full power to make any by-laws and necessary regulation for the fulfillment 
of their duties under this Act. 

Sec. 9. Examination Fee — Compensation — Secretary's Salary — Expense Report. 
— In order to provide the means of carrying out and enforcing the provisions of this 
Act, said Board shall charge each person applying to it for examination for a license 
to practice dentistry or dental surgery in this State, an examination fee of fifteen 
($15.00) dollars, and out of the funds coming in possession of the Board under the 
provision of this Act, the members of said Board shall receive as compensation the 
sum of eight ($8.00) dollars for each day actually engaged in the duties of the office, 
and shall be reimbursed for all legitimate and necessary expenses incurred in 
attending the meeting of said Board; provided, that the Secretary of the Board, for 
the purpose of enforcing the provisions of this Act, shall receive a salary to be 
fixed by the Board not to exceed twenty-five ($25.00) dollars per month, instead of the 
per diem of eight ($8.00) dollars. All expenses shall be paid from the fees, fines, and 
penalties received and recovered by the Board under the provision of this Act; and 
no part of said expense shall be paid out of the State Treasury. All money received 
in excess of said per diem allowance and other expenses herein provided, shall be 
held by the Secretary of the said Board as a special fund for meeting expenses of 
said Board, and said Board shall submit an annual report of its proceedings to the 
Governor by the fifteenth (15) day of December of each year, together with an 
account of all money received and disbursed by them pursuant to this Act, and shall 
submit a like report and account annually to the Arkansas State Dental Association. 



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Sec. 10. Disposition of Fees and Fines in Excess of Expenses. — One-half of all 
money received in excess of said per diem allowance, and all other expenses herein 
provided for shall be held by the Secretary-Treasurer of said Board as a special 
fund for such use as the said Board may deem necessary in the enforcement of this 
Act, and one-half of said excess so received shall be paid over by the said Board 
to the Public School Fund of the State of Arkansas. 

Sec. 11. Certificate of Registration — Renewal of — and Notice. — For the purpose 
of correcting and revising the register of legal practitioners of dentistry, as kept 
by the State Board of Examiners, it shall be the duty of each person registered, or 
licensed, by the Board to practice dentistry in this State, to procure from the Secre- 
tary of the Board on or before November 1st, 1915, and on or before November 1st 
annually thereafter, a certificate of registration, such certificate shall be issued by 
the Secretary of said Board upon payment of the fee of one ($1.00) dollar. All cer- 
tificates so issued shall be prima faci.e evidence of a right of the holder to practice 
dentistry in this State during the time for which they are issued, and the same shall 
be exposed to public view in the operating room of the holder. Any certificate or 
license heretofore granted, or that may be hereafter granted by the Board, shall be 
cancelled if the holder thereof fails to secure renewal of the certificate herein 
provided for within a period of six months after November 1st, 1915, and annually 
thereafter, provided, that the license or certificate thus canceled may be restored by 
the Board upon payment of fee of fifteen ($15.00) dollars without further examina- 
tion of the holder as to his competence and ability to practice. - It shall be the duty 
of the Secretary of th^ Board to mail on or before October 1st, 1915, and on or before 
the same date annually thereafter, to each person whose name appears on the 
register of the said Board a printed blank form, to be properly filled out by the 
holder of such license or certificate and returned by such holder to the Secretary of 
the Board, together with a fee of one ($1.00) dollar. 

Sec. 12. Exemption From Service as Jurors. — That all dentists or dental sur- 
geons now legal practitioners of dentistry or dental surgery of this Staffe, or those 
who may hereafter become such, shall be exempt from service as jurors in any of 
the courts of this State. 

Sec. 13. Unlawful Practice Under the Name of a Company. — It shall be unlawful 
for any person or persons to practice or offer to practice dentistry or dental surgery 
under any name except his or her own name, or to use the name of company, associa- 
tion, corporation, or business name, or to operate, manage, or be employed in any 
room or rooms, or office, where dental work is done, or company, association, trade 
name, or corporation. Any person, or persons, practicing or offering to practice 
dentistry or dental surgery shall practice under and use his or her name only. 

See. 14. Board May License Dentisls From Other States — How and When. — Any 
another State or Territory, which has and maintains a standard of proficiency equal 
to that now maintained in this State under the provisions of this Act, and who has 
been lawfully and continually engaged in the practice of dentistry or dental surgery 
for five years next preceding the filing of his application, and is desirous of moving 
to this State, and shall deposit in person with the Secretary of the State Board of 
Dental Examiners, duly attested certificate from an Examining Board of the State in 
which he or she is registered, certifying the fact of his or her registration, and his 
or her good moral character and professional attainments; upon the payment of a fee 
of twenty-five ($25.00) dollars may, at the discretion of the State Board of Dental 
Examiners, be granted a license certificate, to practice dentistrj' in this State; pro- 
vided, however, that no license shall be issued to any such applicant unless the 
State or Territory issuing the certificate to such applicant shall have extended a 
like privilege to engage in the practice of dentistry or dental surgery within Its 
own borders, to dentists heretofore and hereinafter licensed by this State and 
removing to such other State. 

Sec. 15. Board May Issue Certicate to Practice in Other States — When. — Any 
person of good moral character who is a legally registered and practicing dentist in 
this State for a period of five years preceding his or her application for a certificate 
hereinafter described, and who is known to the Board of Dental Examiners of this 
State, and the payment of a fee of five ($5.00) dollars, will be entitled to receive a 
certificate attested by the signature of the President and Secretary of said Board, 
which certificate shall state that the holder thereof is a person who has been duly 
licensed to practice dentistry in the State of Arkansas; that he or she is a person of 
good moral character and professional attainments; that he or she has been engaged 
in the practice of dentistry or dental surgery continuously for five (5) years prior 
to his or her application for certificate, and that he or she intends, at the time of 
his or her application for a certificate, to engage in the practice of dentistry in a 
State other than the State of Arkansas; provided, that all such certificates so issued, 
shall be like in tenor and form; provided, further, that the refusal of any State or 
of its appropriate officers to fully honor such certificate shall constitute a forfeiture 
by such State of all courtesies and privileges extended under this Act. 

Sec. 16. License and How Signed. — All licenses issued by said Board of Dental 
Examiners shall bear a serial number, the full name of the applicant, the date of 
the issue, the seal of the Board, and shall be signed by all members of said Board, 
and be attested by the President and Secretary. 

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Sec. 17. Practicing Dentistry Without License — Penalty. — Any person who shall 
practice, or attempt to practice, dentistry or dental surgery within the State of 
Arkansas, without having- been registered or licensed for that purpose, or during 
the period of suspension or revocation of the license previously granted, or who 
shall violate any of the provisions of this Act, shall be deemed guilty of a misde- 
meanor, and, upon conviction thereof, shall be fined not less than fifty ($50.00) 
dollars, nor more than two hundred ($200.00) dollars, or shall be imprisoned in the 
count.\- jail not less than one month nor more than one year, or shall be punished by 
both such fine and imprisonment. Each act of practice or attempt to practice den- 
tistry under the disabilities described in this section, shall be deemed a separate 
offense within the meaning of this Act. And each day on which any person shall hold 
himself out as practicing under any name except his or her own, shall be deemed 
a separate offense. The opening of an office for the purpose of practicing dentistry 
or dental surgery, or announcing to the public in any way the readiness to do any 
act defined herein as practicing dentistry shall be considered as engaging in the 
practice of dentistry within the meaning of this Act. It shall be the duty of the 
prosecuting attorney of the district in which such offense shall occur to prosecute 
every case to final judgment whenever his attention shall be called to a violation of 
this Act. All fines collected under the provisions of this Act shall be paid to the 
Secretary-Treasurer of the Arkansas State Board of Dental Examiners, and this 
money shall be used as hereinbefore stated. 

Sec. IS. Physicians, Etc., Exemption — When. — Nothing in this Act shall prevent 
a legally qualified and licensed physician or surgeon, unless he practice dentistry 
as a specialty, from extracting teeth, or a legal practitioner of another State from 
making a clinical demonstration before a Dental Society, or at a convention or dental 
college, nor shall this Act prevent students from practicing or performing dental 
operations under the supervision of competent instructors in any dental college or 
dental department of any school or university recognized by the Arkansas State 
Board of Dental Examiners. 

Sec. 19. Druggist May Fill Dentists' Prescriptions. — Legally licensed druggists 
of this State may fill prescriptions of legally licensed dentists of this State for any 
drug necessarv in the practice of dentistry. 

Sec. 20. Lost License. — If the license herein provided for is lost or destroyed 
so that the same cannot be exhibited as provided for in Section 5, hereof, the persons 
entitled thereto shall make written application to the Secretary of the Board for 
re-issuance of the same, under affidavit setting forth that such license is lost or 
destroyed and the circumstances under which such loss or destruction occurred, and 
upon receipt of such satisfactory application and afladavit, the Secretary shall issue 
to the said applicant a duplicate license, for which there shall be paid a fee of one 
($1.00) dollar. 

Sec. 21. Penalties for Fraud. — Any person filing or attempting to file as his 
own the diploma or license of another, or a forged false affidavit of identification, or 
qualification, shall be deemed guilty of a felony, and upon conviction thereof shall 
be subject to such fine and imprisonment as are imposed by the statute for the crime 
of forgery. 

Sec. 22. What Constitutes a Reputable Dental College. — No dental college shall 
be considered as reputable by the Arkansas State Board of Dental Examiners unless 
it possesses the following qualifications: 

First — It shall be chartered under the laws of the State in which it is located 
and operated, and shall be authorized by its charter to confer the degree of "Doctor 
of Dental Surgery" or "Doctor of Medical Dentistry." 

Second — It shall deliver annually a full course of lectures or instructions by a 
competent faculty or corps of instructors on the following subjects: Anatomy, Chem- 
istry, Physiology, Histology, Materia-Medica, Therapeutics, Dental Metallurgy, Path- 
ology, Bacteriology, Operative Dentistry, Prosthetic Dentistry, Crown and Bridge 
Work, Orthodontia, Oral Surgery, Oral Hygiene and the administration of anesthetics. 
Said courses of instruction shall consists of not less than three terms in separate 
academic years and of not less than thirty-two (32) weeks of six days each for each 
term. 

Third — It shall possess apparatus and equipment adequate and sufl!icient for the 
readv and full teaching of the above named subjects. 

Fourth — It shall be recognized as being reputable by the Board of National 
Dental Examiners before being recognized as such by the Arkansas State Board or 
Dental Examiners. 

Sec. 23. Members of Board Removed — When and How. — The Governor shall be 
empowered to remove from office any time any member of the said Dental Board for 
continued neglect of duty, required by this Act, or for incompetency, unprofessional 
or dishonorable conduct. 

Sec. 24. Dentistry Defined. — Any person shall be regarded as practicing or 
attempting to practice dentistry, within the meaning of this Act, who acts as man- 
ager, proprietor, or conductor of a place of performing dental operations, or who, 
for a fee, salary, or other reward paid to, or to be paid to him, or her, or another 
person performing dental operation of any kind, shall use the word "Dentist," or 
"Dental Surgeon," the letters "D. D. S.," or any other letter or title in connection 
with his or her name, which in any way represents him or her as being engaged in 
the practice of dentistry or dental surgery, or who shall diagnose, or profess to 
diagnose or examine and contract for te treating of, or who shall treat or profess to 



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treat, or advertise as treating- any diseases or disorder or lesions of the oral cavity, 
teeth, gums, maxillary bones, or extract teeth, or repair or fill cavities, who shall 
correct malpositions of the teeth or jaws, or supply artificial teeth as substitutes 
for natural teeth, or administer an anesthetic, general or local, or in any other way 
engage in the practice included in the curricula of recognised dental college; pro- 
vided, however, that nothing in this section shall conflict with the meaning of 
Section 18, of this Act. 

Sec. 25. Repealing Former Laws. — All laws and parts of laws in conflict with 
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LIST OF DEiN-ris-rs 

ARRANGED ALPHABETICALLY BY POSTOFFICES. 

SYMBOL_Ss 

*No report received. tMem. State Dental Assn. f Reeistered. §Mem. District Dental Society. 

The Postofflce address is shown in DISPLAY T¥P£, the name of the county in which it is located 
immediately foliows, and then the population of the place. The names of Dentists appear under the 
postofflce name, the first number (the key to which will be found on pages 41 to 48) indicates the 
college of graduation, and the last number the year in which diploma ^vas granted. 



AMITY, Clark. 813 

Scoggin Jess W, 262, 1911 


BENTONVILiLE, Benton. 1,956 

Moore Charles L, 265, 1902 
Pickens R Off 
Walker David, 264, 1900 
Wyatt Thomas Mil Retired 


ARGENTA, Pulaski. 15,287 

Hopkins Henry P, 341, 1900!f 
McClellan Minnie B, 340, 1916 


Pixley Dwight M, 195, 1905. 


BERRYVILLE, Carroll. 785 

Brown James B 195 1913 


ARKADELPHIA, Clark. 2,745 

Amis Charles B, 341 1914 


Spurlin Robert P, 195, 1902 


Ferguson M G,t[ 270, 1907 
Wright Frank S, 264, 1895t11 


BL.ACK ROCK, Lawrence. 1,078 

Herminie Donnell, 269, 1902 


ASHDOWIV, Little River. 1,247 

May Claude E, 262, 1906 


BLYTHEVILLE, Mississippi. 3,840 

Brewer W FH 

Davis Henry S, 341, 1909 

Miley Earl L, 304, 1903 


ATKINS, Pope. 1,258 

Pryor Jesse H, 195, 1914 


BOONEVILLE, Logan. 1.631 

Bacon W T, 142, 1909 

CRINER BOLIN, D D S, St Louis Den- 
tal Coll (Dental Dept St Louis Univ), 
St Louis, Mo, 1915; Mem Natl and 
Ark State Dental Assns; Hours 8-30 
a m to 5 p m; Tel Boone 153 


AUGUSTA, Woodruff. 1,520 

Long Dallas C, 195, 1907 


BATESVILLE, Independence. 3,399 

Craig Wm H, 341, 1907 

Ratliff W m 

Reynolds George W, 341, 189911 


BRINKLEY, Monroe. 1.740 

Stimson Milton R, 229, 189311 


BEEBE, White. 873 

Reid "Wm Wjf 


CABOT, Lonoke. 441 

Blair Franklin PH 
Skinner Milas PU 


BENTON, Saline. 1,708 

Dougan Benjamin FH 



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95 



CALICO ROCK, Izard. 401 

Matthews Archie D, 341, 1911 



CAMDEN, Ouaoliita. 3,»»5 

Elliott Ray Obey, 271, 1916 
Elliott Wm P, 269, 1903 
Flenniken Joseph M, 154, 1893tf 
Watson Edmund L, 267, 189911 



CARLISLE), Lonoke. 516 

Harrison Everett F, 341, 1916 



CAVE SPRINGS, Benton 

Bell Daniel P, 265, 1914 



CENTER POINT, Howard. 328 

Collier J Til 



CLARENDON, Monroe. 2,037 

West Julius MH 



CLARKSVILLE, Johnson. 1,456 

McKennon Parma D, 340, 1909 
Nelson James LH 
Thomas Fred W, 340, 1916 



CONWAY, Faulkner. 2,794 

Bailey Joseph Z, 195, 1911 
Manner Wm S, 341, 18951f 
Teas John Wlj 



CORNING, Clay. 1,439 

Cope Clinton C, 195, 1907 



COTTER, Baxter. 894 

Palenske Henry F, 265, 1894 



COTTONPLANT, WoodruA. 1,081 

Peacock Erastus MH 



CRAWFORDSVILLE, Crittenden. 400 

Self Clyde A, 271, 1915 



CROSSETT, Ashley. 2,038 

Cammack H DH 
Gillespie Robert HH 



DANVILLE, Yell. 803 

Dowell J N, 341, 1908 



DARDANELLE, Yell. 1,757 

George W SU 

Jacoway Wm D jr, 340, 1900 
Love Roy E, 340, 1904 
Simms Columbus C, 341, 189211 



DECATUR, Benton. 246 

Eubanks F Git 



DE Q^ITEEN, Sevier. 2,018 

Gore Charles M, 152. 1903 



DERMO'IT, Chicot. 1,862 

Hutchinson Walter E, 207, 1913 
Simms Leonard BH 



DES ARC, Prairie. 1,061 

Hudson WoodlandU 



DE WITT, Arkansas. 

Hill Thomas M, 195, 1904 



831 



EARLE, Crittenden. 

Davis Louis E, 164, 1908 



1,542 



EL DORADO, Union. 4,202 

Harper Albert T, 340, 1916 
Hicks John W, 340, 1901 
Kennedy C H, 340, 1905 



ENGLAND, Lonoke. 

Hardin R HH 



1,047 



EUREKA SPRINGS, Carroll. 3,228 

Bergstresser Charles, 322, 18931 
Charles Legrand K, 271, 1905t 
Overstreet Frank L, 264, 1890 
Reynolds T Jif 



FAYETTEVILLE, Vl^ashington. 

Clark Thomas W, 267, 189711 
Hannah Jefferson D, 264, 1889 
Hight J Floyd, 341, 189811 
Horton Reuben BH 
Luther Clarence H, 100, 1902 
Richardson CharlesH 
Southworth James RH 



4,471 



FORDYCE, Dallas. 2,794 

Patterson Guy T, 341, 190811 
Talbott John A, 265, 190511 



FORREST CITY, St. Francis. 2,484 

Clark Herbert R, 340, 189911 
Kyle Erastus J, 341, 1908 
Neel Morton A, 341, 1916 
Stilson H H, 175, 1911 
Williams Freddie L, 142, 1908 



FORT SMITH, Sebastian. 23,975 

Allen Wm H, 175, 1899, 621 Garrison av 

Black Marcus D, 340, 1900, 710y2 Gar- 
rison av 

Cate Wilbur T, 320, 1884, 608 Mer- 
chants Natl Bank bldg 

Collier C C, 349, 1912 

Haskin Jay Ross, 121, 1898, 202 Illin- 
ois bldg 

Hunt Clarence L, 320, 1908, 704 First 
Natl Bk bldg 

Irving Alvin W, 332, 1895,11 820y2 Gar- 
rison av 



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FORT SMITH— Cont'd 

McKennon Cliarles T, 341, 1899 

Meade HildredH 

Miller Francis E, 131, 1909 

Murray Moses Wtf 

O'Kelley John W,lf 902 1/^ Garrison av 

Pate Matthew W,1I 602 Garrison av 

Ragland Asher G, 341, 1901, First Natl 
Bk bldg 

Rowland Wm T, 341, 1895 

STERNBERG IRVIN M, D D S, Wash- 
ington Univ (Dental Dept), St 
Louis, Mo,- 1907; Ex-Pres Ft Smith 
Dist Dental Soc; Ex-Sec Ark State 
Dental Assn; Mem Delta Sigma Del- 
ta Fraternity; Sec Ark State Board 
of Dental Examrs; Licensed in Mo 
and Ark; Hours 8 a m to 12 m and 1 
to 5 pm; 302-303 Merchants Natl 
Bank Bldg 



FOUKE, Miller 

Collier Henry P, 271, 1916 



GENTRY, Benton. 668 

Moose John K, 343, 1891 



GILLETT, Arkansas. 256 

Pipkin Wm L, 160, 1902 



GLENWOOD, Pike 

Howard Thomas AH 



GRAVETTE, Benton. 569 

Morris Willard Ljf 



GRAYSONIA, Clark. 650 

Swift James L, 342, 1901 



GREEN FOREST, Carroll. 635 

Davenport Waltertf 
Leathers Homer L, 265, 1915 



GREENLAND, Washington 

Wilson G WH 



GREENWOOD, Sebastian. 1,134 

Mason J P, 271, 191111 



GURDON, Clark. 1,284 

Davisson Wm D, 271, 1897 



HAMBURG, Ashley. 1,787 
Crume H Jfl 
Easter George Mtl 



HAMPTON, Calhoun. 353 

Jones Samuel G, 271, 1910 



HARRISBURG, Poinsett. 

Smith H N, 270, 1912 



942 



HARRISON, Boone. 1,602 

Andrews J E, 341, 189011 
Briggs G HH . 
Cecil Walter W, 271, 1914 
Coffman Troy, 341, 1915 
Edwards Ralph R, 267, 190111 
Ruble Vinet A, 340, 1914 



HARTFORD, Sebastian. 1,780 

Williams W Ernest, 271, 1908 



HEBER SPRINGS, Cleburne. 248 

Elder Isham D, 269, 1903 



HELENA, Phillips. 8,772 

Douglas Henry WH 
Dryer M J, 195, 189511 
Johnston David A E, 152, 1907. 
Marquess Augustus A, 158, 1909 
Miller Charles S, 158, 1901 
Phillips Frank A, 265, 1902 



HOPE, Hempstead. 3,639 

Alexander Wm R, 322, 1910 
Cloud E Y, 341, 1906. 
Hereford J FH 
Kennedy Wm S, 340, 1907. 



HORATIO, Sevier. 605 

Hook Katye, 265, 1914 



HOT SPRINGS, Garland. 14.434 

Akers John R, 158, 1901, Dugan- 

Stuart bldg 
Barton Dudley S, 341, 1908, 744^ Cen- 
tral av 
Battles Wilton L, 320, 1883,11 White 

Sulphur rd nr Benton rd 
Busch Herbert F, 121, 1914, 744% Cen- 
tral av 
Cook Robert T, 271, 1911, 443 Orange 
Cox Everett O, 131, 1914, 50iy2 Mal- 
vern av 
Green Edwin W, 130, 1900, 109 Ramble 
Huff O Wendall, 239, 1889, Dugan- 

Stuart bldg 
Houston Evan G, 340, 1905, Thompson 

bldg 
Moss Willfred S, 271, 1913, 608 Benton 
Nix Alexander S,1[ 8471^ Central av 
Peak Frank A,t1I Gaines blk 
Peak Mary, 158, 1898, If Gaines blk 
Pollard Wm B, 282, 1883,11 201 Dugan- 
Stuart bldg 



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97 



Smith L Wesley, 340, 1897,11 6291/2 

Central av 
Swan Harry L.H 301 Dugan-Stuart bldg 
Warwick Walter A,t[ 307 Citizens Natl 

Bank bldg 



HUNTINGTON, Sebastian. 

Miller F H, 349, 1912 



1,700 



HUNTSVILLE. Madison. 508 

HARGIS BOOKER N, D D S, St Louis 
Dental Coll (Dental Dept St Louis 
Univ), St Louis, Mo, 1915; Mem Ark 
State and Natl Dental Assns; Hours 
9 a m to 12 m and 1 to 4 p m; Tel 
W 192; First Natl Bank Bldg 



HUTTIG, Union. 1,240 

Barrow Rex A, 143, 1914 



IMBODEN, Lawrence. 600 

Price Little B, 340, 1913 
Sullivan E N Ftf 



JASPER, Newton. 242 

Moore Okla A, 341, 1912 



JONESBORO, Craighead, 

Finch W O, 143, 1913 
Harrison J Fletcher, 195, 190011 
Johnston L S, 195, 1903|[ 
Searle Alexis F, 271, 1914 
Taylor Henry A, 262, 1915 
Taylor W Etf 



,123 



Of 



JUDSONIA, Wliite. 

GILL WILLIAM W, D D 

Tennessee, College 
Memphis, Tenn, 1915 

Ladd Clifton, 340, 1916 

Moore T Ntf 



746 

S, Univ of 
Dentistry, 



JUNCTION CITY, Union. 

Johnson W B, 349, 1912 
Moore W A,1I 341, 1888 



1,065 



liAKE VILLAGE, Cbieot. 1,074 

Seale David W, 195, 1902 



LEAD HILL, Boone. 333 

Ellison L TH 



LESLIE, Searcy. 1,898 

Black Emory H, 340, 1899 



LEWISVILLE, Lafayette. 548 

Triplett Wm A, 195, 1911 



LITTLE ROCK, Pulaski. 63,000 

Adams Benjamin Q, 158, 1915, 410 

Boyle bldg 
Allen James, 341, 1909, 5011/^ Main 
Askew John A, 217, 1904, 5131/2 Main 
Baker Joseph M, 216, 1887,1It 305 State 

Bank bldg 
Barnett John W, 341, 1901, State Natl 

Bank bldg 
Blanchard Faguet A, 340, 1898, 505^ 

Main 
Brame George C, 217, 1902, 6221/^ Main 
Buckley Eugene F, 264, 1908, 30 Urqu- 

hart bldg 
Buckley W H,1I 30 Urguhart bldg 
Cohen Alexander H, 207, 1905, 5051^ 

Main 
Cooper Gustavus B, 300, 1889, 521i^ 

Main 
Cooper Thomas Y, 300, 1881,t1I 521^ 

Main 
CROZIER J E, D D S, Kansas City 

Dental Coll, Kansas City, Mo, 1885; 

Mem National and Ark State Dental 

Assns and Central Dist Assn of Ark; 

Hours 9 a m-12 m and 1-4 p m; Tel 

Main 2099; 506-7 Boyle Bldg, 5th and 

Main 
Crume Albert L, 269, 1904, 700i^ Main 
Dickson James G,![ 1081/2 W 2d, Re- 
tired 
Easley John P,1f 507 State Bank bldg 
Flack Wm Djf 
Green Albert E, 340, 1914, 2 Urquhart 

bldg 
Hammett John F, 340, 1900111 Masonic 

Temple 
Hancock James E, 217, 1885, 121 W 2d 
Haun Wm P,1I 3605 W 11th 
Howell Elbert H, 341, 1909, 508 South- 
ern Trust bldg 
Jordan Jack V,ll 205 Mosaic Temple 
Jordan John D, 262, 1907,t 410 State 

Bank bldg 
Lord Jethro D, 341, 1908, 5OII/2 Main. 
McMillin Andrew T, 341, 1887, 405 

State Bank bldg 
Markwell John W, 262, 1891,11 202 Hol- 

lenberg bldg 
Marshall W Hammond, 322, 1880, 412 

State Bank' bldg 
Meaddough Ray J, 343, 1901, 70iy2 

Main 
Newman Thomas J, 341, 1898, 810 

State Bank bldg 
Picard J Milton, 282, 1899,11 Masonic 

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LITTLE ROCK — Cont'd 

Powell Henry A, 343, 1912, 202 Mosaic 
Temple 

Reid Charles C jr, 271, 1916, 3225 Pros- 
pect av 

Jlichardson Theodore J, 341, 1910, 208 

/ Bankers Trust bldg 

Rossom Chester B, 341, 1909, 310 State 
Bank bldg 

Sims Felix, L, 340, 1900, 209^ W 2d 

Starnes John T, 341, 1912, State Hos- 
pital 

Stewart Elbert, 340, 1902, 509 State 
Bank bldg 

Tate Arthur B, 195, 1907, 422% Main 

Tate Robert A, 195, 1906, 4221/2 Main 

Tate Virgil H, 195, 1906, 422y2 Main 

Taylor John E, 217, 1899, If 35 Urqu- 
hart bldg 

Westbrook Alexander,^ 604 1^ Main 

WHITMORE YOTT E, D D S, Chicago 
Coll of Dental Surg, Dental Dept of 
Valparaiso Univ, Chicago, 111, 1905; 
Mem Natl Dental Assn, 111 State, Chi- 
cago, Ark State and Little Rock Den- 
tal Socs; Member Delta Sig Alumni 
Chicago Coll of Dental Surgery; 
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Urquhart Bldg 



LOCKTESBURG, Sevier. 74S 

Coulter John W, 271, 1915 



LOXOKE, Lonoke. 1,547 

Fuller Jesse W, 341, 188711 



McGEHEE, Desha. 1,157 

Payne E A|f 

Turner Joseph H, 341, 1913 



MAGAZINE, Logan. 968 

Pickhardt Louis HH 
Swearengen James Elf 



MAGXOLIA, Columbia. 2,045 

Elmore Alonzo Zif 
Langston James G, 143, 1900 
Willis Roy M, 341, 1916 



MALVERN, Hot Springs. 2,778 
Cooper Felix D,1f 
Richardson W Slj 



MAMMOTH SPRING, Pulton. 817 

Griffin Wallie B, 265, 1914 



MANSFIELD, Sebastiain. 816 

Wingo L E, 143, 1910 



MARIANNA, Lee. 4,810 

Chaffin Edward Lif 
Taylor Charles Wjf 
Thornton W A, 340, 19001f 



MARKED TREE, Poinsett. 2,086 

Price R H, 142, 1909 



MARSHALL, Searcy. 558 

Weaver H Dale, 265, 1913 



MENA, Polk. 3,953 

Dickinson Lee O, 195, 1906 
Maxwell R Clf 
Rushing, H C, 341, 1906 
Wiley Albert Elf 



MONETTE, Craighead. 658 

Tucker Lloyd E, 340, 1913 



MONTICELLO, Drew. 2,274 

Black Wm B, 340, 18871f 
Shewmake M E, 341, 190311 
Wilson Jesse L, 341, 1905 



MORRILLTON, Conway. 2,424 

Roberts Clarence C, 270, 1911 
Wilson Benjamin Flf 
Wilson Ernest Jif 



MOUNTAIN HOME, Baxter. 446 

Arp S Elf 



MOUNT PLEASANT, Izard 

Edwards Tasso M, 341, 1915 



MULBERRY, Crawford. 722 

Rogers Robert L, 100, 1898 



MURFREESBORO, Pike. 

Cox Edward Clf 

Dillard Clarence E, 340, 1914 

Neel Henry S, 340, 1915 



516 



NASHVILLE, Howard. 2,374 

Dorman W Blf 
Gore Wm Wif 



NEWARK, Independence. 595 

Croom Grover C, 341, 1914 



NEWPORT, Jackson. 3.557 

Carroll Charles Elf 
Goodwin Frank C, 342, 1904 
Rossington W Alf 



OLA, Yell. 516 

Cook Ernest E, 340, 1909 



OSCEOLA, Mississippi. 1.769 

Travis Floyd Porter, 304, 1902 



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99 



OZARIC, Franklin. 1,146 

Kennon Willie H, 142, 1909 



PANGBURN, White. 

Yancy Henry L, 271, 1915 



68 



PARAGOULiD, Greene. 6,248 

Cantrell Roscoe L, 271, 1913 
Green Harry J, 262, 1905 
Johnson Prank C, 341, 18901f 
Johnson Frank C jr, 341, 191511 
Morris Joseph F, 340, 1913 



PARIS, Log^an. 1,497 

Sadler Rufus B, 341, 189811 
Thompson Dennis R, 341, 1909 



PEA RIDGE, Benton 

Pickens Louis E, 271, 1916 



PIGGOTT, Clay. 1,150 

Davis Thomas L, 195, 1901 
Jones Geo L, 270, 191111 



PIXE BLUFF, Jefferson. 15,102 

Blair W J1I 

Edgar Theodore C, 320, 189411 
Johnson E Herbert, 340, 1904 
Johnson Randall T, 152, 1909 
Land Levin Kljt 
Logue Earl J, 262, 1907 
Lytes Frederick P, 342, 1906 
Mayfield Clyde U, 340, 1904 
O'Daniel John C, 207, 190811 
Parker John W, 158, 1905 
Stephens J W, 341, 190711 
Wenrich Ray, 175, 1901 



PLAINVIEW, Yell. 

Evans Luther, 341, 19091! 



853 



POCAHONTAS, Randolph. 

Stuttle C E, 267, 190211 



1,54T 



PORTLAND, Ashley. 

Lindsey Robert E Lif 



823 



PRAIRIE GROVE, Washington. 

Webb J W, 195, 1908 



774 



PRBSCOTT, Nevada. 2,705 

Davis Paul M, 143, 1913 
Powell John M, 341, 188211 
York James R, 340, 190211 



RAVENDEN SPRINGS, Randolph. 

Howard Cleveland C, 341, 1911 



189 



RECTOR, Clay. 1,859 

Finch Connie B, 341, 1909 
Jernigan George C, 271, 1913 



RISON, Cleveland. 723 

McCain John H, 267, 1900 



ROGERS, Benton. 2,820 

Buckley Alonzo M, 264, 189011 
May Rufus M, 271, 1914 
Stoughton Elmer B, 163, 1908 



ROSE BUD, White. 357 

Robbins Hugh E, 271, 1916 
Robbins Louis E, 271, 1915 



RUSSBLLVILLE, Pope. 2,036 

Brown Frank H, 341, 1914 
Caisson A J, 265, 1904 
McKennon Franklin A, 341, 1916 
McKennon George C, 341, 18951 
Wilson Frank C, 341, 1908 



ST. CHARLES, Arkansas. 159 

Perry Everett C, 303, 1897 



STc PAUL, Madison. 430 

Shipley Elijah HH 



SALEM, Fulton. 117 

Smith Charles T, 341, 1914 



SEARCY, White. 2,331 

Ford Theron J, 143, 1909 

Stllwell J SH 

Toler Raymond W, 262, 1911 



SHERIDAN, Grant. 481 

Rubin Wm, 3541/2, 1912 



SILOAM SPRINGS, Benton. 2,405 

Doss J AH 

Neel Elmer Alf 

Spencer Paul G, 264, 1913 



SMITHVILLE, Lawrence. 77 

Fisher Charles F, 340, 189811 



SPRINGDALE, Washington. 1,755 

Cnitcher Wm J, 340, 1897 

Dodson C GH 

McQuaid Charles A, 271, 1904 



STAMPS, Lafayette. 2,316 

Deaton James W, 271, 1914 
Garland J A, 264, 1898 



STUTTGART, Arkansas. 2,740 

Woodard R S, 341, 1901 



SULPHUR SPRINGS, Benton. 500. 

Feazell Wilson TH 



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TEXARKANA, Miller. 5,655 

Barnes Richardt[ 

Bittle Frank D, 143, 1902 


WALDRON, Scott. 900 

Wilson Ralph Rf 


Carter Preston, 340, 1914 
Chambers Alfred E, 195, 1901 
Creamer Sidney J, 349, 191011 
Holliday S, 265, 1901 
Skeen Pernell Ajjt 
Spearman Kelley R, 158, 1907 
Taylor John Thomas, 341, 188511 


WAXNUT RIDGE, liaTrrence. 1,798 

Downen Len, 270, 1911 
Pointdexter John D, 341, 1899 
Swicord Oscar W, 143, 1900 


WARREN, Bradley. 2,057 


TRUMANIV, Poinsett. 325 

Garrett John JH 


Barnett S H, 143, 1907 
Bond Josepht 
Hammons A C, 207, 1904 


TUCKERMAN, Jaclcson. 583 

Slayden Joseph Everett, 340, 1911 


Hartsell Wm M 




VAN BUREN, Crawford. 3,878 
Kelton G LH 


WOMBL.E, Montgomery. 352 

Mozisek Robert N, 349A, 1915 


Kelton Thaddeus W, 265, 189811 
Quarles Robert WHt 

VIIiONIA, Fanllcner. 99 

Evans R BH 


WYNNE, CrosR. 2,368 

Crain Calvin MUf 

Thompson Robert L 143, 1907 






TVALDO, Columbia. 597 

Hartsfield Dosier DH 


YELLVILtLE, Marlon. 468 

Strode Edward A, 262 190111 



CALIFORNIA 

CAPITAL, SACRAMENTO 



Population of State, 2,757,895 

(U. S. Census Bureau Estimate 1914) 

Number of Dentists, 2,287 



For list of Dental Colleges, see page 43. 



STATE BOARD OF DENTAL EXAMINERS 

President, A. E. Hackett, San Francisco; Vice-President, L. R. Sevier, Los 
Angeles; Secretary, C. A. Herrick, 133 Geary, San Francisco; J. M. Blodgett, Lodi; 
H. C. Newman, Los Angeles; E. L. Domberger, San Diego; M. J. Congdon, Oak- 
land. 



DENTAL COLLEGES 

College of Dentistry University of California, San Francisco — Dean, G. S. Mil- 
berry, D. D. S. 

College of .Dentistry University of Southern California, Los Angeles — Dean, 
L. E. Ford, D. D. S. 

Dental Department College of Physician and Surgeons of San Francisco, 14th 
between Valencia and Mission, San Francisco — President, Thos. Morffew, D. D. S. 



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DENTAL SOCIETIES 

California State Dental Association — President, J. W. Davey, San Jose; Vice- 
President, J. P. Parker, Santa Cruz; Secretary, J. E. Gurley, 350 Post, San Fran- 
cisco; Treasurer, J. D. Milliken, San Francisco. 

Alameda County District Dental Society — President, A. B. Howe, Berkeley; 
Secretary, J. C. Dean, Oakland. 

Alumni Association College Dentistry University Southern Caliiiornia — Presi- 
dent, J. R. McCoy, Los Angeles; Secretary, H. F. Boeckman, Pasadena. 

Central California District Dental Society — President, G. E. Minahen, Stock- 
ton; Secretary, F. P. Burton, Stockton. 

Humboldt County District Dental Society — President, W. E. Cook, E.ureka; 
Secretary, M. F. Fountain, Areata. 

Long Branch Dental Association — President, F. P. Damron; Secretary, G. H. 
Burbank. 

Napa and Solano Dirtrict Dental Society — President, J. C. Magill, Vallejo; 
Secretary, H. L. Harris, Vallejo. 

Sacramento Valley District Dental Society — President, H. E. Miller, Sacra- 
mento; Secretary, R. W. McClusky, Sacramento. 

San Diego County Dental Society — President, C. G. Giddings, San Diego; 
Secretary, W. S. Armstrong, San Diego. 

San Francisco District Dental Society — President, W. R. Bacon, San Fran- 
cisco; Secretary, R. E. Keys, 591 Sutter, San Francisco. 

San Joaquin Valley District Dental Society — President, R. B. Cockrill, Fresno; 
Secretary, E. M. Johnston, Fresno. 

Santa Clara Valley District Dental Association — President, F. A., Curtiss, San 
Jose; Secretary, M. T. Green, San Jose. 

Santa Cruz County District Dental Society — President, H. B. Rodgers, Watson- 
ville; Secretary, E. W. Baumgardner, Watsonville. 

Sonoma District Dental Society — President, F. J-. Kinley, Healdsburg; Secre- 
tary, J. M. McClish, Healdsburg. 

Southern California Dental Association — President, J. D. Jones, San Diego. 



DENTAL LAW OF CALIFORNIA 

AN ACT to insure the better education of dental surgeons and to regulate the 

practice of dentistry in the State of California providing penalties for the 

violation hereof. 

(Approved May 21, 1915) 
The People of the State of California do enact as follovsrs: 

Section 1. It shall be unlawful for any person to engage in the practice of 
dentistry in the State of California unless such person shall have obtained a license 
from the Board of Dental Examiners of the State of California, as hereinafter 
provided, except that the license of any dentist, existing at the time of the passage 
of this Act shall continue in force until forfeited in the manner hereinafter provided 
and the annual tax paid by any such dentist under the terms of the laws of the 
State of California existing at the time of the passage of this Act shall keep such 
license in force until the expiration of the time for which the same was paid, and 
thereafter the holder of such license shall be subject to the annual tax in this Act 
provided. Nothing herein contained shall be construed to exempt from the payment 
of the annual tax any person authorized to practice dentistry in the State of Cali- 
fornia, and every person practicing dentistry in this State shall, irrespective of the 
time when he was licensed or first had the right to lawfully practice dentistry in 
this State or elsewhere, pay an annual tax of two dollars as hereinafter provided. 

Sec. 2. A Board of Dental Examiners to consist of seven practicing dentists 
is hereby created, to be know^n as the Board of Dental Examiners of California, 
whose duty it shall be to carry out the purposes and enforce the provisions of this 
Act. The members of this board shall be appointed by the Governor of California, 
all of whom shall have been actively and legally engaged in the practice of dentistry 
in the State of California, for at least Ave years next preceding the date of their 
appointment, and none of whom shall be members of the faculty of any dental 
college or dental department of any medical college in the State of California, or 
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bers of said board shall hold office shall be four years and until their successors 
are duly appointed and qualified. Their terms of office shall be so classified that 
the terms of not more than two members shall expire in any one year. The present 
members of the Board of Dental Examiners of California appointed under the pro- 
visions of the laws of this State in force at the time that this law takes effect 
shall continue to serve and act as members of the said board, but under the pro- 
visions of this Act, during- their respective terms or until their successors are 
appointed and qualified. Vacancies occurring in the Board of Dental Examiners 
shall be filled by appointment by the Governor, within thirty days after such 
vacancy occurs. The Governor shall have the power to remove from office at any 
time any member of the board for continued neglect of duty required by this Act, 
or for incompetency, unprofessional or dishonorable conduct. 

Sec. 3. It shall be the power and duty of said board to elect from its member- 
ship a president, vice-president and a secretary. The secretary shall receive such 
compensation as may be fixed by the board, which shall be in addition to his per 
diem as a member of the board, and all necessary traveling expenses incurred in 
connection with the performance of the duties of his office. The board shall meet 
regularly at least twice a year, at such time and place as the board may designate 
for the purpose of transacting its business, and special meetings may be held at 
such other times as the board may elect, or on the call of the president of the board, 
or of not less than four members thereof. A written notice of the time, place and 
object of such special meeting shall be mailed by said secretary to all the members 
not parties to the call, at least fifteen days before the day of meeting. Meetings may 
be held at any time and place and without notice by unanimous consent evidenced 
either by writing or by the presence of any member whose consent is necessary. 
The said board shall examine all applicants for license to practice dentistry accord- 
ing- to the provisions of this Act and issue licenses to practice dentistry in this State 
to such applicants as successfully pass the examination of the board and otherwise 
comply with the provisions of this Act; collect and apply all fees as directed by 
this Act; keep a book showing the names of all persons to whom licenses have 
been granted by said board to practice dentistry, and such other books as may be 
necessary to plainly show all the Acts and proceedings of said board; to have and 
use a seal bearing the name "Board of Dental Examiners of California." The 
board shall make an annual report of its proceedings to the Governor of California 
by the fifteenth day of December of each year, together with an account of all 
•moneys received and disbursed by it, pursuant to this Act. The board shall have 
power to adopt rules concerning its meetings and the holding of examinations and 
the manner of issuance and reissuance of licenses not inconsistent w^ith the por- 
visions of this Act. Four members of said board shall constitute a quorum for the 
transaction of business at any meeting of the board. Each member of the board 
shall, upon his qualification, file with the secretary his postoffice address, and there- 
after any notice of any change thereof. Any notice mailed to the address so on file, 
shall be deemed to comply with the requirements of this Act as to notice to such 
member of the board. 

Sec. 4. All books of said board shall be of public record and at all times during- 
business hours open to public inspection, and a copy of any part or all thereof duly 
certified by the secretary of said board shall be primary evidence in any court of 
this State. The original books, records and papers of the board shall be kept at 
the office of the secretary of said board which office shall be at such place as may 
be designated by the board. Said secretary shall furnish to any person making 
application therefor a copy of any part thereof, certified by him as such secretary, 
upon payment of a fee of twenty-five cents per hundred ^^^ords so copied, the said 
fee to be deposited in the State treasury to the credit of the board. The examination 
papers of any applicant shall be kept for the period of one year and may then be 
destroyed, but such examination papers shall be open to inspection only by members 
of the board and by such applicant or by some one appointed by the latter to inspect 
the same, or by a court of competent jurisdiction in a proceeding where the question 
of the contents of such papers is properly involved. 

Sec. 5. Bach member of the board shall receive a per diem of ten dollars as 
compensation for eacli day spent in actual attendance at meetings of the board and 
at committee meetings of the members of the board, when such meetings shall be 
specially authorized by the board, and for each day actually spent performing 
necessary work in connection with the enforcement of this Act, together with his 
necessary traveling e'xpenses. 

Sec. 6. Any person over twenty-one years of age shall be eligible to take an 
examination before the Board of Dental Examiners of California, upon making 
application therefor and upon (1) paying a fee of twenty-five dollars; (2) furnishing 
satisfactory testimonials of good moral character; and (3) furnishing satisfactory 
evidence of having graduated from a reputable dental college, which must have 
been approved by the Board of Dental Examiners of California; provided, that after 
August 1, 1918, he shall also file his diploma or certificate of graduation with recom- 
mendations from a high school accredited to the University of California or any 
other university of equal standing; or a certificate signed by a State superintendent 
of public instruction, or similar officer, to the effect that such applicant has had 
scholastic preparation equivalent in all respects to that demanded for graduation 
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in the State from which such ceiticate is issued; (4) in lieu of such diploma or 
certicate from an accredited high school, such applicant, after said date, may and 
with like effect furnish to said LJoard of Dental Examiners a certificate from the 
Board of Dental Examiners, or similar official body, of some otlier State in the 
United States, showing- that such applicant has been a duly licensed practitioner of 
dentistry in such other state for a period of at least five years; provided, however, 
that every person actually engaged as an apprentice to a regularly licensed dentist 
who has practiced in the State of California for ten years or more shall be eligible 
for examination, if, within thirty (30) days after the passage of this Act he shall 
file with the secretary of the board an affidavit stating his name, age, the length 
of time for which he has been actually apprenticed and with whom; and who, at the 
time of his application for examination, shall show to the satisfaction of the board 
that he has served an apprenticeship of at least five (5) years and is a graduate 
from a high school or similar institution of learning in this or some other State 
of the United States requiring a three (3) years' course of study; and provided, that 
no examination shall be given to an applicant claiming the right to takt ;he same 
as an apprentice later than December 30, 1915. 

Sec. 7. The examination by the board of applicants for license to practice den- 
tistry in this State shall be sufflciently thorough to test the fitness of the applicant 
to practice dentistry. It shall include, written in the English language, questions on 
the following- subjects: Anatomy, histology, physiology, anesthesia, materia medica, 
patholog-y, bacteriology, therapeutics, oral surgery, chemistry, metallurgy, oper- 
ative dentistry, prosthethic dentistry and orthodontia; the answers to which shall 
be written in the English language. Said written examination may be supplemented 
by an oral examination. Demonstrations of the applicant's skill in operative and 
prosthetic dentistry must also be given. All persons successfully passing such 
examination shall be registered as licensed dentists on the board register, as pro- 
vided in section three, and shall be granted by the board a license to practice 
dentistry in the State of California. When a candidate for a license shall have 
received a grading of eighty-five per cent or above in any given subject, he shall 
be exempt from re-examlnation on that subject in subsequent examinations before 
the said board held at the first or second meeting thereafter. Any member of the 
board may inquire of any applicant for exainination concerning his character, quali- 
fications or experience and may take testimony of any one in regard thereto, under 
oath, which he is hereby empowered to administer. 

Sec. 8. Every person licensed to practice dentistry in this State within six 
months prior to the passage of this Act whose license is not at the time of such 
passage registered under the provisions of the law under which the same was issued 
shall register the same as herein provided within six (6) months after this Act 
becomes effective. Every person who shall hereafter be licensed to practice den- 
tistry in this State, shall within six months thereafter register in the office of the 
county clerk of the county where his place of business is located (if he has no 
place of business in this State, then in the office of the county clerk of that county 
in this State wherein at the time shall be situated the office of the secretary of the 
Board of Dental Examiners of California), in a book kept by the clerk for such 
purpose, and called a register of dentists, his name, age, office address, the date 
and number of his license to practice dentistry, and the date of such registration, 
which registration he shall 'oe entitled to make only upon showing the county clerk 
his license or a copy thereof certified by the secretary of the board over its seal, 
and upon making and filing an affidavit stating his name, age, birthplace, the 
number of his license and the date of its issue, that he is the identical person 
named in the license; that before receiving the same he complied with all the 
preliminary requirements of this statute (and the rules of the Board of Dental 
Examiners as to the terms and the amount of study and examination) ; that no 
money other than the fees prescribed by this statute (and said rules), was paid' 
directly or indirectly for such license, and that no fraud, misrepresentation or 
mistake in a material regard was practiced, employed or occurred by any person in 
order that such license should be conferred. Said person need not personally register 
before the county clerk but may make the said affidavit before any officer author- 
ized by law to administer oaths, and which affidavit together with the other 
information and license, or the certified copy therefor as afore provided, shall be 
forwarded to the said county clerk, who shall act in the same manner as if the party 
was personally present. The county clerk shall preserve such affidavits in a bound 
volume and shall issue to every licentiate duly registering and making such affidavit, 
a certificate of registration in his county, which shall include a transcript of the 
registration. Such transcript and license may be offered as primary evidence in all 
courts of the facts therein stated. A copy of such certificate of registration shall 
be sent by the county clerk to the secretary of the board wihin five days after it is 
made. The county clerk's fees for taking such registration and affidavit and issuing 
such certificate of registration shall be one dollar. A practicing dentist having 
registered a lawful authority to practice dentistry in one county of the state and 
removing such practice or part thereof to another county shall show or send by 
registered mail to the clerk of such other county his certificate of registration, if 
such certificate clearly shows that the original registration was on an authority 
issued by the Board of Dental Examiners, or if the certificate of registration itself 
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tratlon, the clerk shall thereupon register the applicant in the register of dentists 
of the latter county on receipt of a fee of fifty cents, and shall stamp or indorse on 
sucli certificate of registration the date and his name preceded by the words 
"registered also in county," and return the certificate of regis- 
tration to the applicant. Any lawfully registered person who shall thereafter change 
his or her name according to law shall register the new name with a marginal note 
of the former name with the clerk of the county or counties where he or she is 
practicing. The clerk shall forthwith notify the secretary of the board of such 
change. Any county clerk who knowingly shall make or suffer to be made upon 
the register of dentists kept in his office any entry other than that provided for in 
this Act, shall be liable to a penalty of fifty dollars, to be recovered by and paid to 
the said Board of Dental Examiners in a suit in any court having jurisdiction. 
Any failure, neglect or refusal on the part of any person holding such license to 
register the same with the clerk of said county as above directed for a period of 
six months after the issuance thereof shall ipso facto work a forfeiture of his or 
her license, and it shall not be restored except upon the written application and 
payment to said board of twenty-five dollars. Any suspension, revocation or rein- 
statement of a license shall with the date thereof be forthwith noted by the county 
clerk on the margin of the registration thereof upon receipt of notice from the 
secretary of the board. 

Sec. 9. Before any person can practice dentistry in this State, he shall obtain 
a license to do so from the Board of Dental Examiners. Each application for license 
shall be accompanied by a fee of twenty-five dollars, which shall in no case be 
refunded, except that in the case of applicants requiring examination the said fee 
shall be refunded if the applicant shall be found ineligible to take such examination. 
Such license shall remain in force until the following first day of May and there- 
after so long as the holder thereof shall comply with the provisions of this section 
relating to an annual tax but not otherwise, and notwithstanding the payment x>t 
such tax such license may at any time be forweited or revoked for a violation of the 
further requirements of this Act. To provide a fund for the enforcement of the 
provisions of this Act every person holding a license to practice dentistry in this 
State without exception shall pay an annual license tax for the year commencing' 
with the first day of May next following the issuance of such license and annually 
thereafter. Such payment to be effective shall be made prior to the commencement 
of the year for vs^hich the same accrues and the receipt of the secretary of the board 
shall be indispensable evidence that the same has been made. The failure, neglect or 
refusal of any person who was a regularly licensed dentist to pay in advance said 
annual, tax of tvi'o dollars during the tiine his or her license remained in force 
shall ipso facto work a forfeiture of his or her license, and it shall not be restored 
except upon a written application therefor and the payment to said board of twenty- 
five dollars, except that such person shall not be required to submit to any examin- 
ation. 

Sec. 10. All fines, penalties and forfeitures including the examination fee, 
imposed or collected by the board under any of the foregoing provisions of this Act 
shall be paid to the secretary of the board. ' All fines and penalties imposed or 
collected in any court for violations of any of the provisions of this Act shall be 
paid by such court to such secretary. The secretary shall on or before the tenth 
day of each month pay to the State treasury and report to the State controller all 
fines, penalties and forfeitures received for violations of this Act, together with all 
examination fees, renewal and license fees received by him prior to the date of 
such report and payment. All funds received by the State treasurer from the secre- 
tary of said board shall be placed in a fund to be known as the State dentistry 
fund, which is hereby created. All disbursements by the board made in the transac- 
tion of its business and in the enforcement of this Act shall be paid out of said 
fund upon claims to be presented and audited in the manner usual with other claims 
against the State; provided, that as to the amount of seven hundred dollars of said 
fund the same shall constitute a revolving fund and inay be drawn upon the warrant 
of the president and secretary of the said board without being audited in the usual 
manner, in cases of emergency or where cash advances are necessary, but after the 
sum of seven hundred dollars has been so expended no further warrant shall be 
drawn on said revolving fund until expenditures previously made from said revolv- 
ing fund shall be substantiated by vouchers and itemized statements and audited; 
and provided, further, that all expenditures from said revolving fund shall at the 
end of each fiscal year, or at any other time when demand therefor is made by the 
board of control or by the State controller, be so substantiated and audited unless 
previously done. 

Sec. 11. Any person shall be understood to be practicing dentistry within the 
meaning of this Act who shall (1) by card, circular, pamphlet, newspaper, or in any 
other way advertise himself as a dentist, or (2) who shall, for a fee, salary or 
reward, paid directly or indirectly either to himself or to some other person, perform 
an operation of any kind upon, or treat diseases or lesions of the human teeth or 
jaws, or correct mal-imposed positions thereof, or (3) in any way indicate that he 
will perform by himself or his agents or servants any operations upon the human 
teeth or jaws, or (4) make an examination of, with intent to perform or cause to 
be performed any operation on the human teeth or jaws, or (5) who manages or 
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ations are performed; but nothing' in this Act contained shall prohibit bona fide 
students of dentistry from operating in the clinical departments or the laboratory 
of a reputable dental college, or an unlicensed person from performing merely 
mechanical work upon inert matter in a dental laboratory or a licensed physician 
from practicing oi'al surgery. 

Sec. 12. Any person, company or association shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, 
and upon conviction thereof shall be punished, by imprisonment in the county jail 
not less than ten (10) days nor more than one (1) year, or by a fine of not less than 
one hundred dollars nor more than one thousand five hundred dollars, or by both 
such fine and imprisonment, who (1) shall sell or barter or offer to sell or barter 
any dental degree or any certificate or transcript, made or purporting to be made, 
pursuant to the laws regulating the license and registration of dentists; or (2) 
shall purchase or procure by barter, any such diploma, certificate or transcript 
with intent that the same shall be used as evidence of the holder's qualification to 
practice dentistry, or in fraud of the laws regulating such practice; or (3) shall with 
fraudulent intent, alter in a material regard any such diploma, certificate or trans- 
cript; or (4) shall use, attempt or cause to be used any such diploma certificate or 
transcript, which has been purchased, fraudulently issued, counterfeited or mate- 
rially altered, either as a license to practice dentistry, or in order to procure regis- 
tation as a dentist; or (5) shall within ten days after demand made by the secre- 
tary of the board, fail to furnish to said board the name and address of all persons 
practicing or assisting in the practice of dentistry in the office of said person, 
company or association, at any time within sixty days prior to said notice, together 
with a sworn statement showing under and by what license or authority said person, 
company or association, and said employes are or have been practicing dentistry, 
but such affidavit shall not be used in any prosecution under this section, and any 
person shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and punishable as in this section above 
provided who (1) shall assume the degree of "doctor of dental surgery" or "doctor 
of dental medicine," or shall append the letters "D.D.S." or "D.M.D." to his or her 
name not having duly conferred upon him or her, by diploma from a recognized 
dental college or school legally empowered to confer the same, the right to assume 
said title; or shall assume any title, or append any letters to his or her name, with 
the intent to represent falsely that he or she has received a dental degree or license; 
or (2) shall in an affidavit, required of an applicant for examination, license or 
registration, under this Act, wilfully make a false statement in a material regard; 
^ or (3) shall engage in the practice of dentistry vrithout ca-using to be displayed in a 
conspicuous manner and in a conspicuous place in his or her office the name of each 
and every person employed in the practice of dentistry therein, together with the 
word mechanic after the name of each unlicensed person employed; or (4) is prac- 
ticing dentistry in the State without a license, or w^hose license has been revoked 
or suspended, or (5) shall under any false, assumed or fictitious name, either as an 
individual, firm, corporation or otherwise or any name other than the name under 
which he is licensed, practice, advertise or in any other manner indicate that he is 
practicing or v^^ill practice dentistry. Nothing liv this section contained shall be 
held to prohibit the conferring of degrees and the bestowing of diplomas by 
reputable dental colleges of this State, which have been indorsed by the Board of 
Dental Examiners of California. 

Sec. 13. Any dentist may have his license revoked or suspended by th"e Board 
of Dental Examiners for any of the following causes: 

(1) His cnviction of a felony or misdemeanor involving moral turpitude, in 
which case the record of conviction or a certified copy thereof, certified by the clerk 
of the court, or by the judge in whose court the conviction is had, shall be conclu- 
sive evidence. 

(2) The rendition of a final judgment against any such dentist in a court of 
competent jurisdiction upon a cause of action alleging grossly unskillful or negli-j 
gent dental practice. 

(3) For unprofessional conduct or for gross ignorance or inefficiency In hia 
profession. Unprofessional conduct is hereby defined to be: The employment of 
persons known as cappers or steerers, to obtain business; the obtaining of any fee 
by fraud or misrepresentation; wilfully betraying professional secrets, employing 
directly or indirectly any student or any suspended or unlicensed dentist to perform 
operations of any kind, or to treat lesions of the human teeth or jaws, or correct 
malimposed formations thereof; aiding or abetting any unlicensed person to practice 
dentistry unlawfully; habitual intemperance; gross immorality; the use of any 
false, assumed or fictitious name, either as an individual, firm, corporation or other- 
wise or any name other than the naine under which he is licensed, practice, advertise 
or in any other manner indicate that he is practicing or will practice dentistry. 

Sec. 14. The proceedings to revoke or suspend any license under the first subdi- 
hearing, at a specified time and place, and the secretary shall cause a copy of the 
record of conviction. The proceedings under the second subdivision hereof may be 
taken upon the information of another. All accusations must be in writing, verified 
by some party familiar with the facts therein charged, and three copies thereof 
must be filed with the secretary of the board. Upon receiving the accusation the 
board shall, if it deem the complaint sufficient, make an order setting the same for 
hearing, at a special time and place, and the secretary shall cause a copy of the 
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the day appointed in the order for said hearing-. The accused must appear at the 
time appointed in the order and answer the charges and make his defense to the 
same, unless for sufficient cause the board assign another day for that purpose. If 
he does not appear the board may proceed and determine the accusation in his 
absence. If the accused plead guilty or refuse to answer the charges, or upon the 
hearing thereof the board shall find them or any of them true, it may proceed to a 
judgment revoking his license or suspending it. The board and the accused may 
have the benefit of counsel, and the board shall have power to administer oaths, 
take the deposition of witnesses in the manner provided by law in civil cases, and 
to compel them to attend before it in person the same as in civil cases, by subpoena 
issued over the signature of the secretary and the seal of the board and in the name 
of the people of the State of California. The board shall have power in proper 
cases to authorize tlie payment of fees and traveling expenses of necessary witnesses 
required to appear before the board and actually examined in any proceeding 
properly before it. Upon the revocation of any license, the fact shall be noted upon 
the records of the Board of Dental Examiners and the license shall be marked as 
canceled, upon the date of its revocation. Written notice of such suspension or 
revocation shall be mailed by the secretary of the board to the county clerk of 
each county in which such license is then registered. 

Sec. 15. The Board of Dental Examiners, or any member or officer thereof, may 
prefer a complaint for violation of this Act, or any part thereof, before any court 
of competent jurisdiction, and may by its officers, counsel and agents, as«ist in 
presenting the law or facts at the trial. It shall be the duty of the district attorney 
of each county in this State to prosecute all violations of the aforesaid provisions of 
this Act in their respective counties in which such violation occur. 

Sec. 16. All Acts and parts of Acts in conflict with this Act are hereby repealed. 

LIST OF DENTISTS 

ARRANGED ALPHABETICALLY BY POSTOFFICES. 

SYM BOL-S: 

*No report received. tMem. State Dental Assn. IfBeeistered. §BIein, District Dental Societr. 

The Foetotflce address Is shown in DISPLAY TYP!E, the name of the county In which It Is located 
mimediatelT follows, and then the population of the place. The names of Dentists appear under the 
postofflce name, the first number (the key to which will be found on pagres 41 to 48) Indicates the 
c«dle£re of grraduation. and the last number the year in which diploma was granted. 



ALAMBDA, Alameda. 31,006 

Ames George F, 322, 1897, 1502 Park 
Christensen Gustavus A, If 1223 Post 
Christiansen Oliver J, 110, 1916, 1336yo 

Park 
Collar Floyd J, 100, 1909, Kt 1424 Union 
Creagh John W, 111, 1899, 1217 Lin- 
coln av 
Ferguson Tilghman H, 217, 1872, 2830 

Encinal av 
Gammans Wm E, 217, 1899, t 1336 Park 
Hamlin Benajah R, 110, 1899, 1332 

Park 
Harris Cecil B,1I 2405 Santa Clara av 
Hawver Henry D,llt 1361 Park 
Henderson Norman, 111, 1903, 2234 

Santa Clara av 
McKean N. Dunwoodie, 110, 1902, 1503 

Park 
Martin Frank P, 239, 1892, 1| 1205A Lin- 
coln av 
Matson Andrew P, 321, 1891, 1225 Wal- 
nut 
Mories Addison H,11 14341/2 Park 
Neff Benjamin G, 110, 1915, 1450 Fern- 
side blvd 



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Perrault Julien F, 154, 1894, 1521 Schil- 
ler 

Schroeder Ernest R, 111, 1900,11 2368 
Santa Clara av 

Shepard Wm, 110, 1901,1It 1404 Park 

Smith Elmer G 111, 1908, t 2328 Santa 
Clara av 

Smith Harry D, ^111, 1904,t 1912 En- 
cinal av 



ALHAMBRA, Los Angeles. 5,021 

Brandell Russell M, 112, 1916 
Fischer Maud M, 112, 1916 
Gaylord H A, 217, 1901 



ALTURAS, Modoc. 

Auble E Fjf 



916 



ANAHEIM, Orange. 2,628 

Boege John, 112, 1906 
Henderson M M, 112, 1911 
Houck Frederick H, 322, 189711 



ANDERSON. Shasta. 810 

Potter Frederick W, 110, 1905 



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REGISTER AND DIRECTORY 



(1917) 



CALIFORNIA 



107 



ANGELS CAMP, Calveras. 

Smith Charles DH 



3,500 



ANTIOCH, Coutra Costa. 1,124 

Campbell Charles G, 111, 1911 
Hawley D E, 111. 18971It 
Moore L W, 190, 1896t 



ARCATA, Humboldt. 1,121 

Bonstell C L, 111, 1901 
Fountain Matthew F, 111, 1902^1 
Minor Isaac S, 110, 1905 



ARROYO GRANDE, San Luis Obispo. 
1,100 

Noble Clare S^ 



AUBURN, Placer. 2,376 

Howell Robert B, 110, 1913 
Stark Walter, 158, 1905 
Ward J Nllt 
Williams Carlos, 110, 1903 



AZUSA, Los Angeles. 1,477 

Crew Lelia, 112, 1912tl 
Russell Clinton D, 112, 1912 



BAKERSFIELD, Kena. 19,683 

Baker Daniel B, 264, 1896 
Brown Granville L, 340, 189011 
Doyle Floyd C, 111, 1902 
Fox Charles Htll 
Haslehurst Alvinza OH 
Holm Isabel H Mrs* 
Kedian Wm HJI 
Kleiser J Albert, 264, 1901 
McDaniel George, 111, 1905 
Morehead Roy F, 110, 1905 
Rademacher Herman, 143, 1908 
Rogers Guy, 110, 190111 
Schwartz Ralph H, 115, 1902 
Sitherwood Doane L, 112, 1908 
Victor Edward R, 152, 18921f 
Walter Charles F, 176, 1901 
Wilbur Parker S, 111, 1899 
Worthington Mazie, 111, 1902 



BANNING, RiTerside. 

Hendricks Peterlj 



870 



BENICIA, Solano. 2,360 

Lamb Louis R, 110, 190311 
Schroeder Henry C H, 111, 190211 
White Herbert C, 111, 1905 



BERKELEY, Alameda. 68,750 

Bailey Lloyd CH 2162 Center 
Bales Emmor S, 158, 1902,11 504 Ber- 
keley Natl Bk bldg 



Bergemann Theobald L, 111, 1910, W 
Berkeley Bank bldg 

Boyd Samuel A, 216, 1893, 3080 Clare- 
mont av 

Brooks John A, 320, 1899, 1890 Oxford 

Bush Will P, 115, 1902,11 414 Acheson 
bldg 

Calmes Harry P,ll 2122 Bancroft way 

Campbell R Edgar,ll 2500 Durant, av 

Carpenter Oscar S, 111, 1908, 3266 
Adeline 

Carrington Paul T, 110, 1896, 2428 Ban- 
croft way 

Clement Charles E, 110, 1902, 509 
Berkeley Natl Bank bldg 

Decker Katherine LH 2424 Bancroft 
way 

Duckett Charles S, 111, 1899, 2161 
Shattuck av 

Dunn Martin J, 110, 1886, 2845 Tele- 
graph av 

Frazier Silas H, 115, 1902, 1st Natl Bk 
bldg 

Frenzel Ferdinand H, 110, 1905, 602 
Berkeley Natl Bank bldg 

Hall Frederick A, 111, 1908, 608 Berke- 
ley Natl Bank bldg 

Hall Sherrell W, 152, 1903, 2728 Chan- 
ning way 

Henderson Horace N, 110, 1901,11 407 
Berkeley Natl Bank bldg 

Henderson Wm D, 110, 1898, 222 Ache- 
son bldg 

Horner LeRoy F, 324, 1901, Berkeley 
Bank bldg 

Howe Albert B, 110, 1905,t 401 Berke- 
ley Natl Bank bldg 

Hussey Samuel W, 239, 1897,t 2832 
College, av 

Hutton John A D, 110, 1885,11 212 1st 
Natl Bank bldg 

Johnson Grover CH 1472 Shattuck av 

Jones Leland S, 110, 1914, 226 Acheson 
bldg 

Kruse Claude R, 111, 1911,t 5 South 
Berkeley Bank bldg 

Kruse Erwin A, 111, 1908,t 5 South 
Berkeley Bank bldg 

Layne Louis W, 110, 1912, 2446 Chan- 
ning way 

Loring Ernest L, 264, 1900,t 326 Ache- 
son bldg 

Ludlow Wm B, 110, 1905, 426 Acheson 
bldg 

Lutz Ira D, 185, 1896, 322 1st Natl Bk 
bldg 



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California, San Francisco, Cal, 1916; 
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California; Hours 9 a m to 12 m; 
Acheson bldg 

Mason Wm M, 110, 1906, 2446 Chan- 
ning way 

Medcraft Harry C, 282, 1882, 2171 Shat- 
tuck av 

Meek C A, 110, 1891,11 404 First Natl 
Bank bldg 

Moore T Edward, 111, 1901, Tit 2162 
Center 

Morton James R,1I 1980 Adeline 

OConnor John T,1f 2192 Shattuck av 

Pearce Benjamin F, 239, 1884, 2143 
Blake 

Rhodes M Thayer, 110, 1908, tit 422 
First Natl Bank bldg 

Richardson Elizabeth E, 111, 1901,t 
2424 Bancroft way 

Rogers Thomas L, 110, 1905,t 2446 
Channing way 

Savage Charles W,1I 2339 Ward 

Scott Walter K, 110, 1892t 3050 College 
avenue 

Sobey Arthur h, 111, 1905,t 312 First 
Natl Bank bldg 

Spare Horace I, 110, 1915, 2500 Ban- 
croft way 

Stoodley Gerald F, 110, 1915, 2502 Ban- 
croft way 

Taylor Antoine W, 111, 1899,1It 2108 
Shattuck. av 

Tierney Francis C, 315, 1915. 3003 
Grove 

Tufts LeRoy, 110, 1905,t 507 Berkeley 
Natl Bank bldg 

Wadsworth W H, 110, 1894,tl 2239 
Summer 

Woolsay Roy I, 110, 1901, tit 2446 Chan- 
ning way 



BISHOP, Inyo. 1,190 

Luccock J P, 112, 1903tl 
McQueen John S, 152, 1892tl 
Stofflet John H, 239, 1898 



BLYTHE, Riverside. 350 

Thomas Herman Gtl 



BOLINAS, Marin. 508 

Southworth Stephen S, 321, 1873 



BOULDER CREEK, Santa Cruz. 

Lindsay Charles M, 282, 1888 



544 



BRAWLEY, Imperial. 

Morgan Alva N, 111, 1900tl 
Wool Ralph E; 122, 1903 



881 



BURBANK, Los Angeles. 

Townsend. Wilber, 239, 1896t[ 



BXIRLINGAME, San Mateo. 

Belton Arthur J, 110, 1910 
Daley H T, 110, 1907 



500 



1,565 



CALEXICO, Imperial. 

Carrillo Y Rtl 

Gibson Frank R, 111, 1901 

Jarvis Hollis A, 112, 1910 



79T 



CALISTOGA, Napa. 721 

Lewis J Wyndham F, 111, 1902 



CAMBRIA, San Luis Obispo 

Shaw Harry H, 110, 1891 



CAMPBELL, Santa Clara. 520 

Wasson Julian C, 314, 1889 



CARMEL, Monterey 

Iriting Arthur C, 152, 1904 



CENTERVILLE, Alameda. 

Eaton Du BoistI 



530 



CERES, Stanislaus. 500 

Littler Sarah Jtl 



CHICO, Butte. 15,800 

Bennett Guy, 110, 1904 

CURRIE CHARLES W, D D S, Chica- 
go Coll of Dental Surgery, Chicago, 
111, 1909; Mem Sacramento Dist 
Dental Soc, Cal State Dental Soc 
and Natl Dental Assn; 440 Broad- 
way 

Head W Wtl 

Honodel W R, 112, 1903 

Lawrence Wm H, 185, 1899 

March Harry D, 110, 1905 

Morris Robert C, 185, 1902 

Richardson Clarence C, 110, 1902 

Seydel Frank W, 110, 1901 

Swain Homer, 110, 1901 

Swain Homer, 110, 1905tl 

White Chapman M, 110, 1901t[ 

Young Joseph R, 110, 190311 



CHINO, San Bernardino. 

Hill Thomas L, 112, 1916 
Jackman G Floyd, 112, 1911 



1.444 



CLAREMONT, Los Angreles. 

Harwood Harry B, 112, 1907tl 



1,114 



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REGISTER AND DIRECTORY (1917) CALIFORNIA 109 


CLOVliRDALE, Sonomn. 823 

Billings Wall M, 250, 1901 


DALY CITY, San Mateo 

Bush Ferdinand J H, 264, 1895!! 


CLOVIS, Fresno. 720 

Crawford H B. 112, 1912 
Croft Stephen!! 


DANVILLE, Contra Costa. 300 

Vecki Victor, 111, 1904 


DELANO, Kern. 320 


COACHELLA, Riverside. 600 

Swartz Ray!! 


Lyon Gordon P, 111, 1907 


DEL RAY, Fresno. 100 


COAIilNGA, Fresno. 4,199 

Gresham J L 112 1903 


Hammar Chester L, 112, 1915 


Shumard Ernest C, 110, 1906 
Usher Clyde W, 111, 1907!! 


DINUBA, Tulare. 970 

Hughes James L, 195, 1907 
Millar James B F, 110, 1899 


COLLEGE CITY, Colusa 


Morton R E, 110, 1903 


Scott Allen E, 110, 1916 


DIXON, Solano. 827 


COLTON, San Bernardino. 3,980 

Helsby Edgar E, 112, 1908 
McHargue Wallace H, 112, 1907 
Wiggins Charles G, 112, 1912 


Spangler N R!! 

Wrigley George E, 111, 1912 

DOWNEY, Los Angeles. 1,109 

Buck Claude E 112 1908 


COLUSA, Colusa. 1,582 

Holloway Edward S, 110, 1895!! 
Pirkey Frank Z, 216, 1889!! 
Wilkins Paul!! . 


Husted R P, 112, 1916 
Rice Guy F, 112, 1915 


DOWNIEVILLE, Sierra. 520 

Corbett Wm F, 152, 1903 






COMPTON, Los Angeles. 922 

Schildwachter Harry, 112, 1911 
Schildwachter Louis C, 112, 1915 


DUNSMUIR, Siskiyou. 1,719 

Malone George E!! 






CONCORD, Contra Costa. 703 

Eidenmiller Frank H, 110, 1905!! 


EL CENTRO, Imperial. 1,610 

Cram F Harry, 112, 1912 
Fox Clarence E, 111, 1905 
Osenburg E E, 112, 19Q7 
Richmond Charles H, 112, 1916 


COROXA, Riverside. 3,540 

Reid E C 112 1912 


Todd Robert A, 321, 1884 
Willard Stephen S, 322, 1883!! 


ELK, Mendocino. 287 

Thurston George W, 111, 1899 


COROXADO, San Diego. 1,477 

Gillam James H, 280, 1896!! 


ELK GROVE, Sacramento. 420 

Swain Ellis M!! 


ELSINORE, Riverside. 420 


COVELO, Mendocino. 324 


Kirby A Haynes, 112, 1904 


Hargrave Walter, 111, 1901!! 


ESCONDIDO, San Diego . 1,334 

Buell Edgar B, 112, 1901!! 
Matzen Niels, 152, 1901!! 


COVINA, Los Angeles. 1,652 

Aschenbrenner C F, 112, 1909!! ■ 
Cline F J, 216, 1899!! 
Searcy Claude W, 112, 1916 


ETNA MILLS, Siskiyou. 518 

Eller Hubert C, 110, 1900!! 


CRESCENT CITY, Del Norte. 1,114 

DeMartin Andrew D, 111, 1905!! 
Edwards David P, 111, 1902!! 
Miller A B!! 


EUREKA, Humboldt. 20,000 

Anderson Robert Cff 

Butler Sanders L!! 

Callaghan Timothy B, 110, 19041! 

Cockburn Ernest A, 110, 1903!! 

Cook Wm E!! / 

Coomes F E!! 


CUMMINGS, Mendocino. 23 

Grimes Alonzo L, 112, 1901!! 



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R, L. POLK & CO.'S DENTAL 



EUREKA — Cont'd 
Cooper Arthur F, 110, 1901 
Dungan Garland A, 322, 189111 
Gates Isabella Mjf 
Green Wm FH 
Hammer Keith, 110, 1915 
Hinman Harry T, 111, 1902 
Johnston Robert, 322, 1888 
Keene Harrison H, 111, 190311 
Minor Harry E, 111, 189911 ' 
Perkins Harry F1| 
Robinson Edward J, 110, 1909 
Tomlinson Charles McR, 110, 190311 
Wrigley Arthur EH 



EXETER, Tulare. 660 

Bullen John FH 

Hullinger Albert J, 158, 1896 

Patten Clarence O, 110, 1911 



FAIRFIELD, Solan. 834 

Stanton J CH 



FELLOWS, Kern. 500 

Ballagh Herbert A, 112, 1909 



FERIVDALE, Humboldt. 905 

Codoni Leslie R, 110, 1915 
Dinsmore Albert M, 110, 190411 



FIELUBROOK, Humboldt 

Ferguson Josiah T* 



FILLMORE, Ventura. 160 

Hinckley IraH 

Moore Leon Dy 112, 1911 



FOLSOM CITY, Sacramento. 1,500 

Farmer George C, 111, 1899 
Simmons W AH 



FORT BRAGG, Mendocino. 2,408 

Brown E EfH 
Jones P C, 110, 1898 
Scott Edwin S, 111, 1906 



FORT JONES, Siskiyou. 316 

Messner E M, 112, 1910 



FORTTJNA, Humboldt. 883 

Beacom Charles W, 322, 1879 
O'Connor Deming LH 
O'Connor Wm SH 



FOWLER, Fresno. 675 

Cobb Lee A, 112, 1915 



FRESNO, Fresno. 24,892 

Acker Arthur V, 111, 1904, 133 Forsyth 
bldg 

Albright Arthur N, 264, 1911, 414 Row- 
ell bldg 



Aloojian George, 112, 1915, 6 Republic 

bldg 
Anderson Harold F,11 404 Griffith McK 

bldg 
Atamian Armenag G,11 105 Edgerly 

bldg 
Barbour Edward, H 106 Land Co bldg 
Beaser Harry P, 110, 1905, 110 Forsyth 

bldg 
Belfils E K,11 1927 Mariposa 
Belfils John A, 315, 1913, 1927 Mari- 
posa 
Bland Oscar, 265, 1897, 12 Republican 

bldg 
Bronson Oscar E, 111, 1902, 514 Rowell 

bldg 
Brown Albert A, 111, 1907, 315 Griffith- 

McK bldg 
Brown H Gardner,11 1047% J 
Brownell Raymond E, 110, 1914, 510 

Griffith-McK bldg 
Clay Louis E, 111, 1907, 17 Republican 

bldg 
Cockrill R B, 216, 189611, 4 Patterson 

block 
Cooper J CH 2030 Mariposa 
Craycroft Wm W, 110, 1904, 510 Grif- 
fith McK bldg 
Doyle Bradley W,11 315 Griffith-McK 

bldg 
Duff Howard S, 112, 1907,11 409 Rowell 

bldg 
Free Geo W, 158, 1900,11 104 Land Co 

bldg 
Gilbert G W, 228,11 1896, 604 Griffith- 
McK bldg 
Glasgow Harry J, 152, 1897,11 142 For- 
syth bldg 
Hall Robert T, 322, 1899,11 410 Griffith- 
McK bldg 
Hammar Chester L, 112, 1915, 308 

Grifflth-McK bldg 
Hopkins E L,11 2030 Mariposa 
Howard Oliver J, 110, 1901,11 39 Pat- 
terson blk 
James Clemant W.H 409 Rowell bldg 
Johnston E Melvin, 111, 1912, 520 

Rowell bldg 
Khantamour Krikor M, 239, 1912, 612 

Griffith-McK bldg 
Lockwood Alfred T, 282, 1892, 2042 

Mariposa 
Noble Charles H, 110, 1916 
Packwood Lelond Roy, 111, 1907, 126 

Forsyth bldg 
Peters Ernest K, 111, 1904, 704 Griffith- 
McK bldg 
Phillips Charles E,11 508 Rowell bldg 



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REGISTER AND DIRECTORY 



(1917) 



CALIFORNIA 



111 



Randol Francis V, 110, 1909, 214 Cory 
bldg 

Reilly Charles F, 111, 1908, 404 Rowell 
bldg 

Sarkislan Haig M, 112, 1915, 1920 
Mariposa 

Seki N,tl 1431 Tulare 

Sorensen Hans W, 112, 1915, 525 Row- 
ell bldg 

Tashjian Vaughan K, 112, 1914, 1933 
Mariposa 

Thomas Montgomery, 110, 1896,11 720 
Griffith-McK bldg 

Vahue Earl O, 163, 1904, 202 Edgerly 
bldg 

Williams Charles CU 102 Edgerly bldg 

Winning Wm P, 239, 1896, 208 Holland 
bldg 

WOLFE FRANK D, D D S, Vanderbilt 
Univ (Dept of Dentistry), Nashville, 
Tenn, 1901; Hours 9 a m-12 m and 1- 
5 pm; Tel 467; Forsyth Bldg 



FULLBRTON, Orange. 

Chilton Jesse, 110, 1901tl 
Menges M A* 



1,725 



GARDENA, Los Angeles. 500 

Tyler Homer A, 250, 1900 



GARDENGROVE, Orange. 

Baldwin Irving F, 112, 1905 



450 



GILROY, Santa Clara. 2,437 

Coleman Bertram F, 111, 190111 
Earl George W, 264, 188711 



GLENDALE, Los Angeles. 

Arnold Frank M, 112, 1901 
Lusby Charles R, 112, 1914 
Mosher George E, 112, 1902 
Rudy L N, 265, 1902 
Stone Fay G, 112, 1914 
Wisner Paul, 111, 1901 



2,776 



GLENDORA, Los Angeles, 

Odell G E, 112, 190811 



GRASS VALLEY, Nevada. 

Dobbins Julius Wif 
Hays Irving W jrljf 
Middleton John E, 110, 1904 
SteY%'art Charles L, 110, 1906 
Thomas W GH 



1,200 



4,520 



GREENVILLE, Plumas 

Simpson John H, 321, 1901 



GRIDLEY, Butte. 

King Wm J, 158, 1901 
Wilson W CU 



087 



HANFORD, Kings. 4,820 

Burke Ivan C, 111, 190711 
Cooper John H, 110, 1898 
Hendricks H TUt 
Latimer Delmar H, 111, 188911 
Leslie Frederick A, 110, 1908 
Phillips George H, 110, 19001f 



HAYAVARDS, Alameda. 2,746 

Corwin Cecil, 110, 1891t 
Powell Andrew J, 110, 189011 
Powell Henry, 110, 189411 



HEALDSBURG, Sonoma. 2,011 

Beeson Edward I, 110, 1913 
Kinley Fred J, 119, 1903 
Litchfield Oscar J, 110, 189311 
McClish John M, 110, 190011 



HEMET, Riverside. 003 

Blackwell B G, 341, 1884 
Lawford Cuthbert V, 112, 1900 
McFarland Gail H, 304, 1899 



HIGHLAND, San Bernardino. 

Evans J Hf 

Rohrer Edward J, 152, 1893 



115 



HOLLISTER, San Benito. 

Bonnell Frank C, 110, 189611 
Dungan Fred L, 110, 1904 
Scott Edgar F, 111, 1901 
Snell Edward F, 110, 1908 



2,308 



HOLLYWOOD (See Los Angeles) 

HUNTINGTON BEACH, Orange. 815 

Chapin Roy H, 112, 190911 



IMPERIAL, Imperial. 1,257 

Power Robert H, 111, 189911 
Toprahanian A G, 112, 1901 



INDEPENDENCE, Inyo. 

Baxter John C, 110, 190111 



420 



lONE, Amador. 1,164 

Woolsey E G, 110, 19001] 



IRVINGTON, Alameda. 762 

Durham J HH 



JACKSON, Amador. 2,035 

Aiken Pearley B, 110, 189811 
Schacht Carl W, 111, 190111 
Wilson Jay F, 110, 190111 



KENNETT, Sasta. 2,000 

Rogers Edward JH 



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R. L. POLK & CO.'S DENTAL. 



KING CITY, Monterey. 550 

Jackson Leland W, 112, 1916 
McGowan James L, 111, 1897 



KIIVGSBURG, Fresno. 634 

Simms Walter E, 341, 1909^1 



LA JOLL.A, San Diego. 1,000 

Post Foster S, 280, 1905 



liAKEPORT, Lake. 

Gringer O T, 264, 189211 
Lane Wm R, 111, 190511 



870 



LASSEN, Lassen 

Crow Samuel HJI 



LEMON GROVE, San Diego. 400 

Good Charles L, 158, 1895 



LEMOORE, Kings. 1,000 

Cobb Walton B, 112, 1915 
Funk R R, 265, 1908 



LINDSAY, Tulare. 1,814 

Harth Arthur P, 110, 1896 

Keyes J F* 

Sutherland Albert W, 110, 1908 



LI VERM ORE, Alameda. 2,030 

Savage F LH 
Savage S Llf 
Therkhof George A, 110, 1903 



LOCKEFORD, San Joaquin. 519 
FOGG WALTER STANLEY, Boston 
Dental Coll, Boston, Mass, 1 year; 
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6 months; Licensed in Maine, 1901; 
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ifornia, 1912; Mem Maine Dental 
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Assn, 1907; Natl Dental Assn, 1908; 
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LODI, San Joaquin. 2,697 

Blodgett John M, 110, 189111 
Gardner Harriet TH 
Hines Lloyd B, 111, 1902 
Tennyson Clarence B, 111, 189911 
Williams E Guy, 110, 1903 



LOMPOC, Santa Barbara. 

Talbott J LH 
Wright W SH 



1,482 



LONG BEACH, Los Angeles. 40,000 

Allen Charles A, 300, 1905, 2 City Natl 
Bank bldg 



Almy J Eben,* 115 Pine av 

Best John P, 216, 1896, 500 Long 

Beach Bank bldg 
Bigness Frank H, 158, 1896, 115 Pine 
Boswell James H, 195, 1899, 115 Pine 
Bowman Ivory L, 152, 1895, 230 Pine 
Burbank Glenn C, 158, 1903, 221 Long. 

Beach Bank bldg 
Campbetll Francis, 355%, 1894, 137 

Pine av 
Cook John A, 239, 1893, 115 Pine av 
Covert Aura T, 111, 1898, 307 First 

Natl Bank bldg 
Crane Clarence W, 112, 1915, 137 Pine 
Dameron Frank B, 262, 1901, 608 First 

Natl Bank bldg 
Davis Edward V, 112, 1916 
Epperson Harry V, 152, 1898,11 131 

Pine av 
Gardner Robert C, 152, 1888, 631 First 

Natl Bank bldg 
Hayes George H,* 109 E 3d 
Holladay Alvin C, 112, 1901, 608 First 

Natl Bank bldg 
Huff Wm F, 112, 1901, 14 Locust 
Kirkpatrick Homer D, 112, 1912, 415 

Hauerwaas bldg 
Lang Edward A, 216, 1896, 111 E: 

Ocean av 
LEWIS WALTER F, D D S, F S C, 
Dental Dept of the Coll of Phys and 
Surgs of San Francisco, Cal, 1899, 
Emeritus Prof in Same; Fellow 
Stomatological Club, S F; Ex-Chair- 
man of the General Com Pacific 
Coast Dental Congress; Ex-Pres 
Minn, Wis and Cal State Dental 
Socs; Mem Natl and Cal State Den- 
tal Assns, Oakland Dental Club and 
Long Beach Dental Club; Tels H 
5653, Sunset 320-W; 203-4 Marine 
Bank Bldg 
Luce Samuel T, 111, 1901, 11 Pine av 
McCarty Walter W, 320, 1896, 111 E 

Ocean av 
MacDonald Charles A.H 347 Pine av 
Maltby Benjamin T, 301, 1906, 201 

First Natl Bank Bldg 
Morgan Thomas H, 175, 1884, 249 Pine 
NALL HUBERT B, D D S, Coll of 
Dentistry, Univ of Southern Cal- 
ifornia, Los Angeles, Cal, 1913; Mem 
Southern Cal and Natl Dental 
Assns; Hours 9 a m to 5 p m; 634 
First Natl Bank Bldg 
O'Neil George E, 320, 1905, 115 Pine 
Osborne Albert H, 112, 1913, 115 Pine 



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Fletcher Delmer I, 216, 1898, ISVa 

Pine av 
Rhodes Alvin D, 324, 1907, 38 Pine 
Shaffer Harry M, 112, 1915, 253 E 

Broadway 
Skinner Reginald B, 112, 1907, 205 

Long Beach Bank bldg 
Speer Albert H, 195, 1896, 11 Pine av 
Spicer Percy F, 112, 1907, 421 Long 

Beach Bank bldg 
Stewart Ralph W, 217, 1890, 606 First 

Natl Bank bldg 
Taylor Victor S, 300, 1905, 502 Marine 

Bank bldg 
TRUMPOWER CLYDE M, D D S, 

Ohio State Univ, Coll of Dentistry, 

Columbus, O, 1908; Suite 3-4 Moody 

Bldg 
Woodruff Willis B, 239, 1901, 115 Pine 



LOS ANGELES, Los Angeles. 555,363 

Alderson Chas M, 112, 1908, 756 S 

Broadway 
Allin Ernest, 152, 1892,11 156 N Spring 
Andrews Earl R,1I 6778 Hollywood 

blvd 
Andrews Fred W, 265, 1905, 6404 Hol- 

lingwood blvd 
Apablasa Cayetano J, 320, 1900, 606 S 

Hill 
Archer Guy S, 185, 1894, 6100i^ Moneta 
Arnold Burrows C, 112, 1905, 2706 N 

Broadway 
Ashmore Charles G, 112, 1910, 23001/^ 

S Grand av 
Atwater Hubbard G, i:62, 1892, If 610 S 

Broadway 
Baba Seth H, 112, 1914 238 E 1st 
Bailey H Page, 112, 1911, 510 S Spring 
BalUie Hubert C, 112, 1906,11 826 N 

Mariposa av 
Baker Robert C, 239, 1903, 607 S Hill 
Bakerman Barnett, 321, 1906, 108 W 2d 
Baldwin Cornelius V,llt 5203 Holly- 
wood blvd 
Ballard Francis A, 152, 1896, 607 S 

Hill 
Barabe Edward J, 320, 1904, 232 N 

Main 
Barney Willard A, 112, 1908, 1417 S 

Oxford av 
Bartram Edward E, 300, 1900, 751 S 

Vermont av 
Bates Harry W, 122, 1901, 607 S Hill 
Beach Russell H,1I 228 W 4th 
Bean Ray, 112, 1908, 524 S Spring 



Beauchamp Curtis, 122, 1911, 5327 S 

Central av 
Beazley Walter S, 175, 1891, 405 S Hill 
Beem Guy O, 111, 1905, 35121/2 S Cen- 
tral av 
Beers Charles J, 158, 1895, 228 W 4th 
Bell Raymond F, 112, 1915, 412 W 6th 
Bell Walter J,!I 1046 W 36th 
Benbrook Charles M, 111, 1900,11 427 

W 5th 
Benney Clarence R.H 145 S Spring 
Block Harry, 112, 1915, 606 S Hill 
Block Samuel D, 110, 1901, 427 W 5th 
Bogart Simon C,1I 610 S Broadway 
Bokay Charles E, 282, 1898, 4510y2 

Moneta av 
BoUerman Clarence E, 315, 1910, 664 S 

Spring 
Bowman Amy C,![ 315 S Broadway 
Bowman Charles H, 110, 1896,11 315 S 

Broadway 
Boyce Fred D, 122, 1904, 512 S Broad- 
way 
BOYD BERT, D D S, Coll of Dentistry, 
iJniv of Southern California, Los 
Angeles, Cal, 1903; Ex-Pres Angeles 
Co Dental Soc; V-Pres Southern 
Cal Dental Assn; V-Pres Alumni 
Assn of the Coll of Dentistry of the 
Univ of Southern Cal; 1010 W P 
Story Bldg 
Boyd Ida M, 158, 1896, 610 S Broad- 
way 
Brimelow Harold C, 112, 1915, 412 W 

6th 
Brizius Wm J,lf 206 S Spring 
Brodbeck Henry W, 300, 1881,11 210 W 

7th 
Brown A Ralph, 112, 1906, 112 W 9th 
Brown Ernest H, 217, 1902, 851 S Cen- 
tral av 
Brown Horace E, 112, 1905, 427 W 5th 
Brown Hugh, 112, 1915, 1604 W Pine 
Brown H Stephen, 322, 1898, 610 S 

Broadway 
Brown V H, 112, 1915, Eagle Rock 
Browning Wm H, 342, 1915, 1201^^ S 

Central av 
Brownson E Ray, 112, 1914, 304 S 

Broadway 
Bryan L Andejson, 304, 1901, 3325 S 

Main 
Buell Harry CUt 228 W 4th 
Burbeck Walter R, 112, 1907, 426 S 

Spring ^ 

Burke Samuel E, 152, 1896, 215 W 6th 



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LOS ANGELES — Cont'd 

Bumey Wm I, 195, 1899, 342 S Broad- 
way 

Burns Ralph E, 110, 1901, 405 S Hill 

Burt Forney E, 112, 1903, 356 S Broad- 
way 

Calder Hugh F, 322, 1892, 219 W 7th 

Caler Paul B, 112, 1903, 607 S Hill 

Campbell Frank C|f 437 S Broadway 

Cannon Earnest E, 112, 1912, 610 S 
Broadway 

Cannon Harve E, 112, 1914, 5636 Pasa- 
dena av 

Carlson Adam, 111, 1900, 228 W 4th 

Carney Foster D, 112, 1908,^508 S 
Spring 

Carr Clifford W, 152, 1897, 227 Mer- 
cantile pi 

Case Charles E,1I 218 S Broadway 

Cave Daniel, Ht 126 W 3d 

Chambers Wm K, 303, 1896, 307 S 
Hill 

Chandler Edgar D, 152, 1899, 607 S 
Hill 

Chapline Wm E, 158, 1904, 657% S 
Hill 

Charles M S,![ 2213 W 15th 

Chisholm Frank R,.112, 1915, Hunting- 
I'On "Pfl T*l^ 

Church Howard E, 267, 1897, 406 S 
Main 

Clark Earl L, 300, 1866, 158 E Santa 
Barbara av 

Clark Franklin E, 216, 1898, 602 Gar- 
land bldg 

Clayton Woodfred E, 321, 1887,11 326 
W 3d 

Coffield Glenn A, 112, 1909, 1137 W 
51st pi 

Coffin Duane S,1I 1649 W 48th 

Cole Claude E, 112, 1904, 520 W 7th 

Colegrove John A, 110, 1899, 452 S 
Broadway 

Comte George A, 112, 1902, 906 Story 
bldg 

Conner James R, 112, 1916, Hollings- 
worth bldg 

Conner W H, 216, 1891, 2218^^ W Jef- 
ferson 

Cook James F, 239, 1891, 304 S Broad- 
way 

Cooper Arthur S, 322, 1901, 610 S 
Broadway 

Copp Joseph P, 112, 1910, 427 W 5th 

Covington Walter T,1I 112, 1901, 326 
W 3d 

Crandail Garrett J, 112, 1906, 424 S 
Broadway 

Craven E A, 112, 1911, 108 W 2d 



Crawford J Franklin, 112, 1911,1| 

47201/^ S Normandie av 
Cresraer Carimon, 112, 1908, 606 S Hill 
Cronkhite James A, 112, 1900, 228 W 

4th 
CROW G MAURICE, D D S, Univ of 
Pa (Dept of Dentistry), Phila, Pa,. 
1901; Mem Los Angeles Co Dental 
Soc and Southern Cal Dental Assn; 
Hours 9 a m to 12 m and 1 to 5 p 
m; Tel F 1944; 902 Wright & Cal- 
lender Bldg 
Culver Roy N, 121, 1900, 1615 W Ver- 
non av 
Daiber Charles P, 240, 1899, 104 S 

Daly 
Darby John H, 112, 1906, 502 S Main 
David Mario T, 112, 1916, Marsh- 
Strong bldg 
Davies Oliver W, 112, 1912, 610 S 

Broadway 
Davis J Everett, 112, 1908, 4328 S Cen- 
tral av 
Day Fletcher W, 175, 1904, 3325 S 

Main 
DeCou Charles L,U 320 W 8th 
Deichmiller Conrad, 110, 1894, 217 W 

7th 
Derby Walter S, 315, 1913, 48051/2 2d 

av 
Dieffenbacher Bemper L, 185, 1904, 305 

S Hill 
Dillman I Frank, 152, 1898, 5023 Monte 

Vista 
Dixon Maxwell M, 112, 1905, 610 S 

Broadway 
Dobson Wm E, 216, 1892, 408 S Spring 
Dodge Fred B, 239, 1895, 424 S Broad- 
way 
Dowd Harry I, 229, 1905, 607 S Hill 
Downing Henry S, 239, 1902, 357 S 

Hill 
Downs Lawson W, 175, 1905, 1802 W 

Adams 
Dye Foster M, 111, 1906, 3403 S Ver- 
mont av 
Eames E Leslie, 122, 1911, 427 W 5th 
Eberts C L, 158, 1894, 607 S Hill 
Echternach E Girvin, 320, 1908, 412 

W 6th 
Ehred Claude T, 112, 1908, 112 W 9th 
Ellis Arthur J, 158, 1902, 910 Grattan 
English M Homer, 122, 1905, 427 W 5th 
Engstram C J R, 112, 1904, 520 W 7th 
Erwood Howard J, 112, 1908, 610 S 
Broadway 

Esnard Rene A, 207, 1905, 622 S Broad- 
way 



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Evans Amos O, 110, 1905, 34231/^ S 

Vermont av 
Fagg D M, 158, 1901, 607 S Hill 
Fairfield George M, 158, 1903, 536 S 

Broadway 
Fare John T,* 844 E 5th 
Farmer W Roy, 112, 1915,11 412 W 6th 
Farrow Claudius G, 262, 1899, 610 S 

Broadway 
Felsenthal Louis, 112, 1909, 210 W 7th 
Fitzgerald Fred J, 112, 1907, 427 W 

5th 
Fleckenstein W J, 111, 1904, 606 S 

Hill 
Flory Wm D, 122, 1903, 1302 S Figue- 

roa 
Fontaine Mae L,11 607 S Hill 
FORD LEWIS E, D D S, Chicago Coll 
of Dental Surgery (Dental Dept 
Valparaiso Univ) Chicago, 111, 1892; 
Dean Coll of Dentistry Univ of 
Southern California; Mem Natl Den- 
tal Assn, Southern Cal Dental Assn 
and Lfos Angeles Co Dental Soc; 
704 Los Angeles Investment Bldg 
Foster Douglas E, 112, 1909, 610 S 

Broadway 
Foster Samuel B, 217, 1900, 219 W 7th 
Foster Wm M, 112, 1906, 145 S Broad- 
way 
Freeman Isaac A, 158, 1898, 105 W 

6th 
Freitas Ernest L, 111, 1901, 124 W 6th 
French Royal C, 122, 1905, 756 S 

Broadway 
Fukasawa Harry J, 112, 1911, 3381/^ E 

1st 
Pulsom Harry A, 112, 1904, 456 S 

Spring 
Garden Ernest D,!! 248 W Vernon av 
Gardiner Wm W, 267, 1900, 112 W 9th 
Gardner Irving P, 112, 1908, 427 W 

5th 
Garnett Wm M, 300, 1880,11 405 S Hill 
Garrott Alva C, 131, 1899,11 424 S 

Broadway 
Garver W M, 175, 1899, 326 W 3d 
Getts B Robert, 3541/2, 1909, 606 S Hill 
Gill Warren D, 264, 1909, 112 N Gram- 

ercy pi 
Gillespie D S, 112, 1904, 607 S Hill 
Gleason Harry C, 112, 1900,11 307 S 

Broadway 
Goodman Nye W, 112, 1905, 708 Story 
bldg 

Goodson Lewis J, 158, 1900, 230 E 
17th 



Goodwin James H, 264, 1892, 506 S 

Hill 
Gorham Perry.H 321 W 3d 
Graf Wm E.H 701 S Alvarado 
Gray Harold S.H 607 S Hill 
Gray J Walter, 112, 1902, If 758 S 

Broadway 
Gregg Robert J jr, 322, 1908, 356 S 

Broadway 
Griffin Edward M, 239, 1913, 2116^^ W 

Jefferson 
Guthrie John E, 112, 1904, 122 W 3d 
Gwin Walter, 264, 1895, 3736 Steph- 
enson av 
Haas Harry H, 322, 1905, 610 S B'way 
Hallock Charles H,1I 536 S Broadway 
Hambly Charles R, 322, 1892, 138% S 

Spring 
Hamman Lee M, 265, 1902, 6561/^ S 

Main 
Hammond Walter F, 216, 1899, 452% 

S Broadway 
Hankins Elton E, 152, 1899, 536 S 

Broadway 
Hanna George Raines, 320, 1900, 520 

W 7th 
Harbour Genette W, 112, 1903, 427 W 

5th 
Hargrove George H, 216, 1892, 317^4 

S Main 
Harper Benjamin W, 341, 1901, 6763 

Hollywood av 
Harrell Thomas P,1I 756 S Broadway 
Harwood Edwin M, 112, 1900,11 607 S 

Hill 
Haseltine Lawrence F.H 4354 Melrose 
Hathaway George E, 239, 1894, 664 S 

Spring 
Hathaway H Walker, 175, 1902, 228 W 

4th 
Haughawout Horace CH 115 S Flower 
Hawkins Clyde G, 269, 1901, 424 S 

Broadway 
Hays Adam P, 231, 1888,111 315 S 

Broadway 
Head A W, 158, 1896,11 247 S Flower 
Heller Charles C, 112, 1902,11 741 W 

11th 
Heller Leopold A, 112, 1916, Baker- 

Detweiler bldg 
Heller Louis C, 110, 1904, 510 S Spring 
Hergenhahn Aug E, 320, 1908, 427 W 

5th 
Hesketh Wm R, 322, 1888, 408 S 

Spring 
Hess Otto G, 322, 1903, 1602l^ Temple 
Hewes Robert E, 341, 1897, 606 S Hill 



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LOS ANGELES — Cont'd 

Hill Charles EJ 607 S Hill 

Hill George E, 112, 1915, 536 S Broad- 
way 

Hil]lker Eaton P, 112, 1900,fl 301 N 
Broadway 

Hines John P, 322, 1898, 822 S Broad- 
way 

HIRTZ NATHANIEL F, D D S, Mil- 
waukee Med Coll, Dental Dept, 
1897; Mem Natl Dental Assn, South- 
ern Cal Dental Assn and Los An- 
geles Assn Dental Alumni; 604-606 
Merritt Bldg 

Hodges Lloyd E, 112, 1915, 219 W 7th 

Hogan Edward L, 315, 1904, 1103 El 
Centre av 

Holladay Wm R, 322, 1888,11 356 S 
Spring 

Holland Frank E,1I 1202 S Central av 

Holman Frank D,|f 427 W 5th 

Homan W W, 163, 1902, 112 W 9th 

Homer Joseph, H 636 S Broadway 

Hood Robert J, 152, 1896, 607 S Hill 

Houston Robert B, 112, 1906, 2686 W 
Pico 

Hovelman Edwaid T,* 2211 Juliet 

Howard Edwin G, 162, 1890,11 304 S 
Broadway 

Howard James L, 112, 1909, 1702 N 
Vermont av 

Humelbaugh Albert C, 156, 1897, 306 
Merchants Natl Bank bldg 

Humes Homer C, 112, 1914, 703 
Valencia 

Humphreys Karl J, 112, 1916, Hollings- 
worth bldg 

Hunt Frederick M, 158, 1900, W P 
Story bldg 

Huston Clarence G, 340, 1894, 506 
Story bldg 

Hutchason Willis E, 175, 1894, 326y2 
S Broadway 

Hyatt Frank, 264, 1904,11 6141/2 E*12th 

Hyde Edwin C, 110, 1891, 356 S Broad- 
way 

Inverarity Frank, 112, 1909, 610 S 
Broadway 

Iwata Kaichiro, 112, 1914, 119 N San 
Pedro 

Jacobs Joseph E,1I 1006 W 42d 

Jarvis Clarence C, 112, 1904, 156 N 
Spring 

Johnson Alvin, 112, 1909, 424 S Broad- 
way 

Johnson Sidney H, 158, 1908, 3863 S 
Normandie av 



Johnston David A, 158, 1900, 456 S 
Spring 

Jones James ^",11 107 N Spring 

JORDON M EVANGELINE, D D S, 
Coll of Dentistry, Univ of Cal, San 
Francisco, Cal, 1898; Mem Southern 
Cal, Cal State and Natl Dental 
Assns; Practice Limited to Children 
and Women During Pregnancy; Tels 
Broadway 478, Home F-5386; 1212 
Marsh-Strong Bldg 

Justice James A, 112, 1906, 610 S 
Broadway 

Kaiser Edward E, 341, 1899, 610 S 
Broadway 

Kaiser Frank S, 322, 1914, 5553 Holly- 
wood blvd 

Kanouse J George, 112, 1906, 230 E 
17th 

Kelsey Mark, 112, 1911, 610 S Broad- 
way 

Kendrick James G, 112, IQll, 622 S 
Broadway 

Kennedy Wm F, 175, 1882,11 355 S 
Broadway 

Kent Curtis H, 217, 1898, 427 W 5th 

Kerley W Adolphus, 195, 1902, 412 W 
6th 

Kesling Emmett CH 2650 W Pico 

Kibby Russell H,* 1123 Douglas 

Kikuchi Yorich, 112, 1914, 121 S San 
Pedro 

King Birdine, 158, 1899, 706 S Chicago 

King Edward D, 234, 1902, 508 S 
Spring 

King Herbert C, 239, 1899, 607 S Hill 

Kirkwood Israel S, 158, 1899, 2405 S 
Hoover 

Kleinberg Jacob, 112, 1915, 1251 W 
30th 

Kloeppel Frederick C, 112, 1914, 309 W 
53d 

Kroeck Edwin C, 112, 1900,11 301 N 
Broadway 

Kuns Charles A, 340, 1893,11 719 W 7th 

Kuster Charles F, 110, 1899, 408 S 
Spring 

Lane Richmond C, 112, 1906, 610 S 
Broadway 

Lang J Elton, 322, 1898, 915 I N Van- 
Nuys bldg 

Lape Joshua B, 152, 1906, 756 S Broad- 
way 

Lathrop Charles M, 185, 1886, 322 S 
Spring 

LaTouche Arthur C, 158, 1899,11 1914 
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Lau Christopher D,11 7424^4 Sunset 
blvd 

Lauer Lincoln A, 152, 1888, 619 S 
Broadway 

Lauler Charles E, 112, 1907, 636 S 
Broadway 

Lawson Lee H, 152, 1898, 342 S Main 

Leavelle Arnold B, 112, 1905, 6404 
Hollywood blvd 

Ledyard Francis G,* 508 Spring 

Lee Edward T,1f 103 E 2d 

Leisure Glenn C, 112, 1915, 112 W 9th 

Leonard John W, 354, 1900, 5391/2 S 
Broadway 

Lieberthal Charles P, 158, 1906, 610 
S Broadway 

Liggitt Richard C, 158, 1900; 112, 1912, 
2403 N Broadway 

Lochman Orville G,1I 326% S Broad- 
way 

Logan James B, 187, 1905, 3224 S San 
Pedro 

Long Leon C, 320, 1903, 510 S Spring 

LONG LOUISE DAVIS, DOS, Univ 
of Michigan, Coll of Dental Surgery, 
Ann Arbor, Mich, 1914; Mem South- 
ern Cal, Cal State and Natl Dental 
Assns; Practice Limited to Children 
and Women During Pregnancy; Tels 
Broadway 478, Home F-5386; 1212 
Marsh-Strong Bldg 

Lord Alex N, 112, 1908, 610 S Broad- 
way 

Loughan John T, 112, 1909, 412 W 6th 

Lewder Willis D,ll 145 S Spring 

Lowder W Lehman, 112, 1900,t 145 S 
Spring 

Lukens Charles W, 265, 1891, 607 S 
Hill 

Lundy Edwin A, If 758 S Broadway 

Lupfer Will C, 300, 607 S Hill 

Lutz Charles E, 217, 1898, 404 S Hill 

Lutz J A G,t[ 404 S Hill 

Lynch Thomas A, 152, 1902, 205 S 
Broadway 

Lynn Thomas, 112, 1909, 103 S Rowan 

Lynn Thomas M, 217, 1890,111 126 W 
3d 

McAvoy Robert C, 158, 1903, 610 S 
Broadway 

McBean Charles O, 112, 1906, 607 S 
Hill 

McCollum Beverly B, 112, 1907, 412 W 
6th 

McCoy James D, 112, 1906, 908 Brock- 
man bldg 
McCoy John C, 262, 1875, 427 W 5th 



McCoy John R, 112, 1911, 908 Brock- 
man bldg 
McCready Charles R, 158, 1911, 1206^^ 

S Main 
McDonald R F,1I 308 S Main 
McKay Percy H F.H 6779y2 Hollywood 

blvd 
McLeod Alton D,1I 356 S Spring 
McNally Edward T, 322, 1887, 616y2 S 

Broadway 
Mabee Wm E, 185, 1890, Los Angeles 

Investment Co bldg 
Maclin John, 112, 1911, 412 W 6th 
Magaw G S,tf 333 S Bunker Hill av 
Maiden Wm R,tl 412 W 6th 
MAIL WM R, D D S, Philadelphia 
Dental College, Philadelphia, Pa, 
1885; Mem Natl Dental Assn, South- 
ern Cal and Los Angeles Co Dental 
Socs; Hours 9 a m to 4 p m; Tel A 
5263; 610 Consolidated Realty Bldg 
Maile John V,11 159 S Western av 
Meagher Charles E.H 208 N Spring 
Merchant David N, 112, 1908, 4503^4 

Moneta av 
Merrick Don J,tl 536 S Broadway 
Mertes Joseph P, 152, 1886, 3d cor 

Spring 
Meseroll John M.U 3806 E 1st 
Metcalfe James A, 112, 1905, 1547 

Shatto 
Miles Harry S, 152, 1901,11 213 S Broad- 
way 
Miller George A, 321, 1892, H 520 W 7tk 
Miller G G, 112, 1904, 510 S Spring 
Miller Wm C, 185, 1898,11 711 Euclid 
Millham T Leslie, 250, 1913, 1589 W 

50th 
Mitchell Arthur B,11 360 Wilcox bldg 
Monfort Joseph B, 185, 1883, 606 S 

Hill 
Montague James S, 110, 1905, 210 W 

7th 
Moody Kate C, 239, 1883,1It 215 W 

56th 
Moore George W, 112, 1911, 2490% W 

Washington 
Morris Reuben W, 300, 1874,11 219 W 

7th 
Mosher George H, 300, 1874, 1404% 

Millard av 
Moss Albert E,1f 357 S Spring. 
Moss Alma K,if 357 S Spring 
Mungen W Wallace, 175, 1890, 228 W 

4th 
Nance Ed F, 112, 1911, 840 W 7th 
Neel Wherry E, 112, 1901, 355 S 
Broadway 



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L,OS ANGELES — Cont'd 
Neubauer Fraok LJ 405 S Hill 
Newman Harry C, 110, 1902, 723 

Marsh-Strong bldg 
NevelofC Dora, 285, 1907, 520 W 7th 
Nichols Lawrence E, 112, 1906, 607 S 

Hill 
Nicholson U Homer,]} 2126V2 Sunset 

blvd 
Noble Charles C, 240, 1897, 405 S Hill 
Nokes Irwin D, 112, 1912, 112 W 9th 
Norris Robert W,l[ 4702 S Hoover 
Noxon Herbert L.H 520 W 7th 
Numbers Ava B H, 112, 1909, 610 S 

Broadway- 
Numbers S Guy, 264, 1897, 610 S 

Broadway 
O'Connor H P,1I 1010 Brady bldg 
Oka N, 112, 1909,11 1151/2 S San Pedro 
Okuyoshi Isao, 112, 1915, 2261/2 E 1st 
Osterheld David jr, 267, 1898, 672 W 

Washington 
Pace Robert J, 112, 1916, 612 W P 

Story bldg 
Packard Leroy M, 112, 1904, 355 S 

Broadway 
Page Wm E, 152, 1904, 31221/2 S Ver- 
mont av 
Palmer Edgar, 154, 1892,11 922 S Bon- 
nie Brae 
Palotay Joseph F, 301, 1908, 427 W 

5th 
Parker Edgar R, 322, 1892, 622 S 

Broadway 
Parker Francis M, 341, 1888, 427 W 

5th 
Payette A A, 112, 1912, 606 S Hill 
Peebles Wm F, 300, 1894, 107 W 1st 
Pepper Charles F, 322, 1895,11 112 W 

9 th 
Percival Winston G, 322, 1891, 456 S 

Spring 
Pertson Louis A, 112, 1911, 1920 B 4th 
Peters Herman C, 264, 1901, 1260 E 

48th 
PETTERSON JOHN P N, D D S, Coll 
of Dentistry, Univ of So Cal, Los 
Angeles, Cal, 1909; Mem National, 
Cal State and Los Angeles Co Den- 
tal Socs and Am Med Assn; Spe- 
cializing in Extracting, 1112-14 
Baker-Detwiler Bldg 
Petty Faunce F, 112, 1916, Ferguson 

bldg 
Porter Helen K.H 607 S Hill 
Powers Edmund G,1I 202 E Main 
Powers George G,ll 54121^ S Vermont 



Prather Alan C, 112, 1914, 210 W 7th 
Price George Willis, 282, 1880, 356 S 

Broadway 
Price John T, 321, 1886,11 607 S Hill 
Puckett Claiborne W, 112, 1912, 1569% 

Sunset blvd 
Ramirez Xavier C, 112, 1909, 403 S 

Hill 
Randolph Nicolay R, 112, 1916, Secur- 
ity bldg 
Rankine Clarence M, 152, 1898,11 105 

W 6th 
Ranson Harry E, 112, 1905, 424 S 

Broadway 
Reed Ulric D, 112, 1900,11 102 S Spring 
Reese Paul S, 112, 1915, 1115 Baker- 
Detwiler bldg 
Reeves George H,11 21261/2 W Pico 
Requa Herbert D, 320, 1890,11 950 W 

23d 
Rheinschild P AlbertH 756 S Broad- 
way 
Rhone Charles E, 320, 1889, 610 S 

Broadway 
Rice Charles E, 112, 1901,11 304 S 

Broadway 
Richards Floyd B, 300, 1907, 211 E Ist 
Richardson Lucius E, 158, 607 S Hill 
Riggs Wm A,* 4721 S Vermont av 
Robinson Ray D, 239, 1899,11 112, W 9th 
Robinson Rockwell R, 326, 1900, 740 

S Broadway 
Rohrer Edward J, 152. 1893, 1065 E 

Vernon av 
Roller Otto P, 321, 1895,11 607 S Hill 
Rosenbaum Aaron M, 303, 1913, 756 S 

Broadway 
Rosenquist Albin C, 321, 1899, 607 S 

Hill 
Ross Fred A, 112, 1908, IO41/2 S Cum- 

mings 
Ross James R, 112, 1907. 610 S Broad- 
way 
Ruddy Leo M, 322, 1914, 145 S Broad- 
way 
Rush T J,11 689 S Westlake av 
Rust Albert J, 239, 1890, 108 W 2d 
Samuels Max G, 112, 1916, Lissner 

bldg 
Sands Dot S, 265, 1897,11 405 S Hill 
Savage Arthur H. 239, 1903, 740 S 

Broadway 
Schaefer Spencer G.H 315 S Broadway 
Schiffman Adolf F.H 107 N Spring 
Schiffman Wm W.H 427 S Main 
Schildwachter Fred D, 112, 1908, 510 
S Spring 




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Schroeder Richard A, 112, 1900, 116 
Temple 

Schuessler Andrew J, 282, 1893, 2411 
Budlong 

Schuessler R W, 112, 1910, 231iy2 S 
Vermont av 

Scudder Rhodin C, 320, 1899,11 607 S 
Hill 

Senseney Harry B, 112, 1913, 404 In- 
vestment bldg 

Sevier Lawrence R, 152, 1900,11 720 
Marsh-Strong bldg 

Shartel Wm W, 315, 1901, 215, W 6th 

Shaw Ashby A, 322, 1890, 610 S Broad- 
way 

Sheafer John G, 112, 1909,11 307 S Hill 

Shellhorn Arthur L,1I 405 S Hill 

Shepard Harris B, 112, 1905, 1156 S 
Central av 

Sherman Wm A, 185, 1903, 427 E 5th 

SHIINA TATSUNOSUKE, Coll of Den- 
tistry, Univ of Southern Cal, Los 
Angeles, Cal, 1907; Mem Natl Dental 
Assn, Southern Cal Dental Assn and 
Los Angeles Co Dental Soc; Hours 
9 a m to 5 p m; Tel A 1243; 105 E 
1st 

Shoaff W R,1f 206 S Spring 

Sibley Wm E, 112, 1902,11 304 S Broad- 
way 

Silverberg Henry M, 152, 1902, 219 W 
7th 

Sinclair Louis W, 112, 1908,11 356 S 
Broadway 

Singleton Walter E, 110, 1895, 621 S 
Spring 

SKINNER CHESTER G, D D S, Phila- 
delphia Dental Coll and Garretson 
Hosp of Oral Surgery, Philadelphia, 
Pa, 1898; 630 I W Hellman Bldg 

Sloan James H.H 510 S Spring 

Smale John Y, 112, 1911, 756 S Broad- 
way 
Small Henry E,11 1914 Dayton av 
Smith Christopher CH 1253 Fedora 
Smith H A,11 607 S Hill 
Smith Irving L, 163, 1905,11 1955a E 

1st 
Smith Judson G, 308, 1892, 356 S 

Broadway 
Smith W Albert, 320, 1895,11 206 S 

Spring 
Snavely Archibald C, 152, 1895,11 

23051/2 S Union av 
Snavely Myrtle E,11 10331/2 E Adams 
Snodgrass Earle F, 301, 1909, 610 S 
Broadway 



Somerville J A, 112, 1907, 1104 E 

Washington 
Soule Sidney H jr.H 355 S Broadway 
Sparks Frank, 265, 1897, 510 S Spring 
Sparrevohn Holger R,1I 104 N Spring 
Spates Arthur P, 122, 1899, 758 S 

Broadway 
Speer George B,11 812 Story bldg 
Spencer Roy L, 112, 1904,11 726 Mer- 
chants Natl Bank bldg 
Spinks Andrew M, 110, 1905, 910 

Security bldg 
Spinks Mosely E, 142, 1892,11 1049 

Orange, retired 
Spinks Wallace H, 142, 1892, 510 S 

Spring 
Sprague George H, 112, 1904, 1065 E 

Vernon av 
Stambaugh Charles D, 112, 1903, 607 

S Hill 
Stare Charles B,ll 606 S Hill 
Steele Judge F, 322, 1903, 715 Court 
Stevens Arthur J,11 307 S Broadway 
Stevens Cicero, H 938 Lincoln 
Stevens Frank E.f 510 S Spring 
Stewart Alva B, 340, 1905, 412 W 6th 
Stocking Clyde H, 322, 1900,11 228 W 
. 4th 
Stover Warren T, 112, 1911, 1014 

Baker-Detwiler bldg 
Strasser John E, 324, 1900,11 1127 W 

48th 
Straub Harry E, 112, 1912, 610 S 

Broadway 
Street Salathiel S, 300, 1880, 412 W 

6th 
Sunderland Egbert, 112, 1911, 405 S 

Hill 
Sutherland Byron CH 822 S Broadway 
Swartwout Lorenzo D,11t 811 Invest- 
ment bldg 
Swift Hugh M,ll 610 S Broadway 
Sylvester Clark W,ll 536 S Broadway 
Syme Sidney T, 112, 1916, Bradbury 

bldg 
Symmes Carrick W.H 606 S Hill 
Takaga Byken S N, 112, 1901,11 105 E 

1st 
Tanaka Francis F.H 129 1/2 E 1st 
Taylor Allan Q, 300, 1901, 213 S Broad- 
way 
Taylor Henry L, 110, 1903, 6139 Holly- 

v/ood blvd 
Tegarden James W.H 102 1^ N av 64 
Tholen Emil F (M D), 112, 1914, 520 
W 7th 



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LOS AXGELES — Cont'd 

Thomas Charles L, 152, 1894, 427 W 
5th 

Thompson Samuel H,1I 4731 S Ver- 
mont av 

Thurston J Hamilton,!! 304 S Broad- 
way 

Tibbitts Arthur G, 152, 1892,11 505% S 
Main 

Tiffany Roscoe D, 185, 1910, 6404 Hol- 
lywood blvd 

Tizard Samuel B,1f 204 Mercantile pi 

Todd Baxter,ll 411 S Fremont av 

Todd Grover C, 112, 1912, 606 S Hill 

Todd Paul I, 158, 1901,11 411 S Fre- 
mont av 

Townsend Emory L, 321, 1878,1ft 321 
S Hill 

Trafford Horace L, 152, 1905, 606 S 
Hill 

Treen Rupert Dee G, 152, 1888, 2271 
W 25th 

Treen Thomas O, 158, 1901,11 610 S 
Broadway 

Turner Reese L H, 300, 1892,11 254 S 
Broadway 

Uhl W Tremper, 272, 1900,11 105 W 6th 

Underbill Ernest C, 112, 1915, 610 S . 
Broadway 

Unland Theodore H, 158, 1905, 758 S 
Broadway 

Vancrom August L, 110, 1882, llOli^ 
S Central av 

VanVleck John D, 154, 1893,11 239 W 
28th 

VanWinkle Wm D, 269, 1903, 412 W 
6th 

Varicle Marcel A,* 703 1^ S Broadway 

Vaughan Thomas,1I 610 S Main 

Vawter Milton B, 195, 1890, 606 S Hill 

Viersen Leo A, 185, 1905, 412 W 6th 

Voorhees Perry, 112, 1908, 702 S 
Spring 

Wagner Rasselas.lj 326 W 3d 

Wake Charles H, 354, 1905, 610 S 
Broadway 

Walker C B, 112, 1912, 3754 S Ver- 
mont av 

Walker George H, 111, 1901, 520 W 
7th 

Warren FYank L, 264, 1889, 804 In- 
vestment bldg 

Waterbury James E, 132, 1894, 6778 
Hollywood blvd 

Webb Clarence A, 158, 1898, 606 S 
Hill 

Wells Horace T.K 7011/^ S Central av 



West Jesse A, 158, 1906, 520 W 7th 
Wetherbee Jarvis W, 152, 1891, 6961/^ 

S. Alvarado 
Wheeler Homer C,* 4545 E Prospect 
Whelan Wm A, 111, 1901, 637 W 16th 
White Alexander, 175, 1901, 758 S 

Broadway 
Whomes Arthur,11 424 S Broadway 
Wilder Deel R,1I 2021/2 S Broadway 
Williams Claude E, 112, 1907, 456 S 

Spring 
Williams Frank A, 112, 1912, 412 W 

6th 
Williams Frank E, 239, 1902, 607 S 

Hill 
Williams Joseph K,1| 607 S Hill 
Wilson Herbert D, 158, 1893,11 548 S 

Spring 
Wilson John E, 175, 1903, 606 S Hill 
Withee Ulysses V, 217, 1890, 536 S 

Broadway 
Witty John W,11 1835 S Oxford av ' 
WORTH CLARENCE E, D D S, Coll 
of Dentistry Univ of Southern Cal- 
ifornia, Los Angeles, Cal, 1911; Mem 
Southern Cal and Los Angeles Co 
Dental Socs; Hours 9 a m to 12 m 
and 1:30 to 5 p m; Tel A 2520; 402 
Consolidated Realty Bldg 
Wylie Elmer J, 308, 1908, 606 S Hill 
Yoshida P R,1I 3271/2 E 1st 



LOS BANOS, Merced. 

King John Jif 
Herkner C EH 



745 



LOS GATOS, Sauta Clara. 

Castle Carroll C, 158, 1899 
Criswell Helen P, 110, 1898 
Irons Rollin H, 110, 1913 
Stone R M* 
Wardlaw Henry J, 321, 189211 



2,232 



LOYALTON, Sierra. 98S 

Ede Leonard G, 110, 1902 



MADEIRA, Madera. 

Reid Wm C, 111, 1912 
Wing Wm, 304, 1901 



2,404 



MARICOPA, Kern 

Wilkins Fred E, 110, 1903 



MARTINEZ, Contra Costa. 2.11{( 

Brooks Frederick, 322, 1894 
Grant John T, 195, 1891 
Henderson Clinton H, 111, 1911 



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MARYSVILLE, Yuba. 6,430 

Doll Charles V, 110, 190411 
Grant Allen H, 110, 1903 
Gray Walter S, 111, 1902 
Howard Julius L, 341, 18901f 
Kline Albert E, 111, 1904 


Porter E MHt • 
Robertson John, 111, 189911 
Squier R M, 239, 189911 
Walsh Robert L, 300, 1895 
Watkins Ftank D, 110, 1898 


Murchie D H, 110, 1907 
Schillig G E, 110, 1898 


NATIONAL CITY, San Diego. 1,733 

Snook J Curtis, 239, 1897 


3IAYFIELD, Santa Clara. 1,041 

Elliott D Carter, 110, 189111 


NEEDLES, San Bernardino. 1,220 

Gibbons Junius, 112, 1915 


MERCED, Merced. 3,102 

Heitman F W, 262, 1901 
Johnson A M.H 
Peck Norman S, 110, 190611 
Smith John C, 110, 1904 


NEVADA CITY, Nevada. 2,689 

Chapman Chester W, 321, 187111 
Ivey John R, 110, 1902 
Shaw John F* 


NEWMAN, Stanislaus. 892 

Bartman George H, 111, 1906 

Bonham C AH 

Bonham J FH 

St Clair James A, 304, 189711 


MIDDLETOWN, Lake. 556 

Shepard Hamilton M, 321, 187811 


MILL VALLEY, Marin. 2,551 

Rodolph Frank , 110, 1904 






MODESTO, Stanislaus. 4,034 

Austoin Wm E, 264, 190011 


NILES, Alameda. 320 

Burr Robert H, 111, 1901 


Fox John B. 110, 1906 
Grove Wm C, 110, 189311 
Husted Guy B, 110, 189611 
Jones Charles VH 
Simms John B, 341, 1898 
Simms Thomas F, 341, 190411 


NIPPINAWASEE, Madera 

Millard Gustavus AH 


NORDHOFP, Ventura. 287 

Hollingsworth M WH 


NORWALK, Los Angeles. 420 


MOXROA^IA, Los Angeles. 3,576 

Bidwell H H, 112, 1911 
Day L L, 112, 190811 
Salisbury S E, 280, 1898 


Morrison John W, 112, 1901 


NOVATO, Marin. 324 

Conrad H JH 


Smith A L, 265, 189211 


OAKDALE, Stanislaus. 1,035 


MONTEREY, Monterey. 4,923 

Balzarini Carlo E, 110, 1904 


Martin Frederick J, 152, 189711 
Wood Charles C, 110, 189411 


Hollinsworth Robert M, 175, 1900 


OAKLAND, Alameda. 235,675 


MORGAN HILL, Santa Clara. 607 

Farman Charles E, 110, 1900 
Fisher George N, 110, 190611 


Abbay Wm H, 110, 1896, 893 Willow 
Allen Reginald H, 110, 1883, 1205 E 

14th , 
Aten Ralph R, 110, 1903, 1327 Broad- 


MOUNTAIN RANCH, Caleveras 

Butterfield Charles LH 


way 
Ayers Charles S, 110, 1901,11 577 14th 
Bardellini Delos A 185 1915 5237 Col- 


3IOUNTAIN VIEW, Santa Clara. 1,161 

Forbes Donald W, 110, 190911 


lege av 
Barnes Allan M L, 111, 1899, 1325 

Washington 
Batkin Fred A, 110, 1910, 532 15th 
Bauske Reinhold E,11 452 Haddon rd 
Beckett John A P 111 1911, 1356 60th 


MITRPHYS, Calaveras. 767 

Roberts D EH 


NAPA, Napa. 5,791 

Chisholm A ArthurH 

Farnum Charles H, 232, 1890111 

Hackett C CH 


Bernstein Alfred E, 110, 1912, 6394 

Telegraph av 
B'ettencourt Frank C, 110, 1915, 506 E 

18th 



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OAKLAND — Oonid 

Bisson Francis. 110. 1915. 5620 College 
Blondin Louis D,*" 1S05 Telegrapti av 
Broad Charles J,* First Xatl Bank 

bldg 
Broadwater Wm, 111, 1899 1327 Broad- 

Tvay 
Borrks Wm E.*" 725 First Xatl Bank 

bldg 
Brown J Guv.'' I4tli and Broadway 
Bums Jolin B. 152, 1891, 1429 Broad- 
way 
Cane" Gordon F, 111, 1905, 5838 San 

Pablo ar 
Carlton Harry P. 112, 1886, 1206 Broad- 
way 
Carter Cyrus J. 250, 1902, 1128 Broad- 
way 
Case Edwin G,r 141 Montecito 
Chalfant Charles W, 264, 1897. 1108 E 

14th 
Chappel Harry G. 110. 1896.'' 1206 

Broadway 
Clarke Arthur G, 265, 1907, 4023 Broad- 
way 
Clazie Franklin. 4658 E 14th 
Close Rosa M, 111, 1901. 1777 Franklin 
Cockerton Daniel H, 110, 1900, 701 

Fnion Sav Bank bldg 
Collins Maurice J, 195, 1892,!! 1429 

Broadway 
Congdon Merton J, 111, 1901,11 509 1st 

Xatl Bank bldg 
CorHss Wm B, 115, 1902,1i 402 Phys 

bldg 
Corwin Lewis T, 110, 1904, 610 Union 

Sav Bank bldg 
Cosad Albert D, 111. 1905. 402 Phys 

bldg 
Covalt Curtis A." 1014 Broadway 
Criger Henry F.*" 2106 23d av 
Darneal Wilford E E,*" 1205 106th av 
Davis F B, 110. 1902. 1540 San Pablo 
Dean J Camp. 110, 1910. 532 15th 
Dean Orie S.*" First Xatl Bank bldg 
Dowell Walter J. 111. 1905. 1468 8th 
Duggan X S, 110, 1907, 582 15th 
Dtmn Robert, 121, 1898, 1706 Broadway 
Eckert Rosa M C, 111, 1901, 1771 

Franklin 
Edwards C O, 300, 1894,l! 3989 Howe 
Eggert Herman A.*" 802 Federal Realtv 

bldg 
Ehrlich George T,'' 3429 Telegraph av 
Elvidge George F, 110, 1902. Union 

Savings Bank Bldg 
Engs John S. 229, 1888, 1206 Broadway 



EVANS ELMER E, D D S, Coll of 
Dentistry, Univ of Cal, San Fran- 
cisco. Cal, 1904: Formerly Instr in 
Prosthetic Dentistry Same; Mem 
and Ex-Sec Cal State Dental Assn; 
Mem and Past Pres Alameda Co 
Dist Dental Soc: Hon Mem Oregon 
State Dental Assn: Mem Alumni 
Assn. Coll of Dentistry, L'niv of Cal; 
Hours 9 a m-12 m and 1:30 to 5 p m, 
Saturdays 9 am-12 m; Tel Oakland 
2016; Thomson Bldg 

Faulkner Charles A, 111, 1908, 927 
Broadway 

Fontaine Sadi B. Ill, 1909, First Xatl 
Bank bldg 

Frederick C J. 110, 1904, 428 13th 

French H W, 110, 1897, 812 Washing- 
ton 

Garrison Daniel M.T^ 634 14th 

Gaskill Percy D, 110. 1901, 304 Phys 
bldg 

Gilbertson James C, 322, 1897,f 532 
15th 

Gilman Charles D, 110, 1896, 1206 
Broadway 

Gilson Ray E. 110, 1897,r 1206 Broad- 
way 

Glasier Arthur B. 185, 1889, 221 First 
Xatl Bank bldg 

Goodman Charles D, 110, 1906, 404 
Phvs bldg 

Goodnight Charles H, 271, 1906, 1224 
Broadway 

Green M L, 110. 1901,'' 1106 Broadway 

Hackett Samuel A, 110, 1888, ""t 1328 
Washington 

Halsey Wilbur H, 110, 1893, 1327 
Broadway 

Hamilton Jesse W. Ill, 1899, 473 14th 

Hanford Wm H, 110, 1913, 577 14th 

Harding Francis H, 228, 1897, 1418 
Broadwav 

Harms Richard G C, 110, 1896, 1429 
Broadway 

Hartman Pope C, 110, 1902, 2206 Hop- 
kins 

Havashi Y.*" 460 12th 

Heider Wm T, 110, 1890, 315 E 19th 

Higgins Rufus M, 111, 1900, 1010 
Broadway 

Hoffman Bert J, 110, 1907, 1418 46th av 

Hubbell Albert B,* 2577 San Pab av 

Hughes Walter R, 110, 1897, Federal 
Realty bldg 

Hunter Olin R, 110, 1902, 1125 Broad- 
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Irgens Louis S, 152, 1897. 428 13th 

James Edwin P, 111. 1903, Security 
Bank bldg 

Jarvis Charles F, 110, 1897,!! First 
Xatl Bank bldg 

Johnson Frank D, 110. 1897. 1206 
Broadwav 

Jurgens Charles H, 110, 1901, 1224 
Broadway 

Keck Harry E, 301, 1898, 1211 Broad- 
wav 

Ken:pe Max V, 111, 1899, i 708 Wash- 
ington 

King John F,'' 1706 Broadway 

Kleeman Francis C, 111, 1903, 1121 
Washington 

Knox Henry B, 110, 1901,''v 1206 
Broadwav 

LaBarree Wm H. Ill, 1900, 1206 
Broadway 

LaBelle Fred J, 152, 1912, 3312 Broad- 
way 

Lee Charles G,*" 920 Franklin 

Locke Franklin H. Ill, 1902, 1540 San 
Pablo ar 

Lvon Harry D.* 6097 Claremont ax 

Lytle Wm M, 111, 1911. 577 14th 

McCracken W J, 110. 1902, 1327 Broad- 
way 

McMath John F 0, 110. 1901,'' 1706 
Broadway 

Mackav John H, 111, 1907, 532 15ttL 

]Maher James P, 111, 1910, 532 15th 

Marictte Paul A, 110, 1S9S.'' 1706 
Broadway 

ilasten M Edna, 112, 1901.'' 635 Merri- 
mac 

MATHIEU HARRY J, D D S, Coll of 
Dentistry, Univ of Cal, San Fran- 
cisco, Cal, 1915; 504 First Natl Bank 
Bldg 

:^Ieek Rodolph W, 111, 1S99,'" 277 
Bacon bldg 

Merriman Alvin F.'" 1206 Broadway 

Merritt C Howard, 217, 1S98, 308 Union 
Sar Bank bldg 

Meyer Fred W, 110. 1907, 407 Central 
Bank bldg 

Meyer Wm P,'' 412 12th 

Mhoon Wm J. 111. 1907. 706 Broadway 

Miller Sanford W,'' 1254 23rd av 

Mobley Warren G, 110. 1899. 1429 
Broadway 

Moore Harry W, 111. 1905. 607 First 
Xatl Bank bldg 



MOORE J FRANKLIN, M D, D D S, 
Xorthwestem Univ Dental School, 
Chicago, 111, 1895; Mem Alameda 
Co, Dist Dental Soc, Cal State and 
Xatl Dental Assns, Am Med Assn; 
Practice Limited to Treatment of 
Oral Lesions, Extraction of Teeth, 
Facial Radiography; Administration 
of Conductive Anesthesia and X'itros 
Oxide and Oxygen for Dental and 
Surgical Operations; Tels Res, 
Meritt 2080: Office. Oakland 2826; 
425-26-27-28 First Xatl Bank Bldg 

Mutchmor Arthur A, 158, 1900, 577 
14th 

Xathan Ephie W,*" 4073 Telegraph av 

Xeto Joseph R, 110, 1905, 1206 Broad- 
wav 

Xor August C. 110, 1912. 532 15th 

Xordlund W J. Ill, 1905, 529 12th 

Orella Victor P. Ill, 1901, 1121 Wash- 
ington 

O'Rourke Wm, 110, 1894, 1557 Tth 

Ogden Fred R, 322, 1898,f 312 Federal 
Realtv bldg 

Owen Charles M, 239, 1899, 1533 San 
Pablo av 

Papondre Richard D,*" 1502 West 

Parmelee Walter E, 110, 1916, 1027 
Poplar 

Parr John T.*" S4 Bacon bldg 

Patterson James L, 217. 1901, 1224 
Broadway 

PEASE JOSEPH LORAN. DOS, Chi- 
cago Coll of Dental Surgery. Chi- 
cago. Ill, 1S97; M D. Pacific Coast 
Coll of Med, San Francisco, Cal, 
1901; Past Pres Alameda Co Dental 
Soc; Director and Mem Committee 
of Organization of the Panama-Pa- 
cific Dental Congress, 1915: Mem 
State Board Dental Examiners. Serv- 
ing under Governors Pardee, Gillett 
and Johnson, Mem State Dental 
Assn. San Francisco Acad of Dental 
Science and Wm Bebb Club; 1002- 
06 Federal Realty Bldg 

Betray Henry C jr. 110, 1914, 1076 
Broadway 

Fletcher C C" 1540 San Pablo av 

Plunkett James A. 110. 1897,^ 1108 
14th 

Post-on Charles P. 315, 1902,'' 813 Un- 
ion Sav Bank bldg 

Prince Wm E, 341. 1897, 1225 Broad- 
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OAKLAND — Cont'd 

Proser J L, 111, 1902,11 1307 Broadway 

Pruitt Minnie, H 1396 8th 

Robinson Wilfred A, 111, 1908, 1540 
San Pablo av 

Ross Wm E, 110, 1914, 1706 Broadway 

Rule Robert W, 130, 1901, 1206 Broad- 
way 

Samuels Herbert J, 110, 1912, 532 15tli 

Saxe Frederick J, 110, 1885,11 1322 
Broadway 

Schafhirt Jesse B, 132, 1898, 1322 
Broadway 

Schieck Alfred G, 262, 1905, 9603 E 
14th 

Schmidt Carl W, 113, 1905, 1206 Broad- 
way 

Schmidt Gustav L,1I 1206 Broadway 

Schultheis Charles F, 111, 1901, Feder- 
al Realty bldg 

Schwaner Wm F, 262, 1892,11 1418 
Broadway 

Schwarz Charles G, 111, 1902, 577 
14th 

Scott Clifford W, 111, 1904, 1353 Fruit- 
vale av 

Shores F W, 217, 1897, Union Savings 
Bank bldg 

Shuey Granville E, 110, 1887, 1205 E 
14th 

Shuin M,t[ 266 7th 

Silva Samuel J,1I 708 First Natl Bank 
bldg 

Simmons Benjamin F, 110, 1886, Town- 
send apts 

Simmons W H, 110, 1884,1| 1225 Broad- 
way 

Smith Alfred J, 110, 1915, 4046 Pied- 
mont av 

Smyth Walter J, 110, 1898,11 808 Union 
Savings Bank bldg 

Sontheimer Arthur R, 110, 1907, 722 
Sycamore 

Sadler Joseph M, 110, 1898, 1211 Wash- 
ington 

Steinmetz Henry.H 1029 Filbert 

Stewart George H, 110, 1898, 1121 
Washington 

Stow Frank L, 239, 1894, 1309 Wash- 
ington 

Sullivan Harry F, 110, 1893, Ht 1225 
Broadway 

Summers Rollin A.H 1540 San Pablo 

Sykes Albert E, 111, 1900 Union Sav- 
ings Bank bldg 
Symmons Samuel J.H 1418 Broadway 

Taft Fancher D, 111, 1904, 577 14th 



Tagg Percival A, 110, 1911, 4704 E 
14th 

Tambling Allen R, 111, 1910, 1309 
Washington 

Tate Samuel.Ht 1028 Broadway 

Terry Clarence H, 217, 1892, 1225 
Broadway 

Timerman Edwin C, 320, 1880,11t 1327 
Broadway 

Tomkins George H, 110, 1897, 2829 
Grove 

Torassa George L.H 3750 Telegraph av 

Ulsten Edgar A, 110, 1903,11 1020 Broad- 
way 

Upton Edwin A, 110, 1898,11 601 First 
Natl Bank bldg 

Vicary Edward E, 111, 1906, 4016 Pied- 
mont av 

Vogelman Albert R, 111, 1908, 1435 
Market 

Wachs Martin, 110, 1896, 79 Bacon blk 

Walk Jasper J, 115, 1902, 1544 7th • 

Walker Thomas R, 163, 1906, 926 

Wallace Arthur H, 110, 1889, First 
Natl Bank bldg 

V\^alton Philip J, 111, 1903, 3204 E 
14th 

Watkins Wm H,ll 532 15th 

Watts Lewis W, 300, 1889, 357 12th 

Weston Charles S, 110, 1888, 1418 
Broadway 

White Arthur L, 110, 1899, 4115 Tele- 
graph av 

White Edward H, 315, 1905, 327 First 
Natl Bank bldg 

White James F, 111, 1912, 516 First 
Natl Bank bldg 

White John J,11 516 First Natl Bank 
bldg 

Willey Harry D,11 3216 E 14th 

Wilson Newell K, 110, 1911, 5620 Col- 
lege av 

Wilson Oliver T, 111, 1899,11 473 14th 

Wise Charles F, 111, 1905, 315 Phys 
bldg 

Wood Wm,11 460 12th 

Wright Alvin O, 239, 1206 Broadway 

Wright Roy B,11 First Natl Bank bldg 



OCEAN PARK, Los Angeles. 3,119 

Arnold Emmer B, 112, 190211 
Cool George W, 110, 1884 
Dundas Edmund G, 152, 1900 
Meisenheimer L LH 



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OCEANSIDE, San Diegro. 

Belt Arthur H, 300, 190511 
Hart Orton P, 340, 188011t 



«73 



ONTARIO, San Bernardino. 4,274 

Abbott Warren G, 112, 1916 
Hatcher J H, 341, 189111 
Taylor Frank M, 134, 1912 
Tremper Robert H, 239, 1876ir 



ORANGE, Orangre. 2,920 

Farwell Gerald Q, 112, 1914 
Tyrrell Archie H, 315, 1911 
Whitted Charles, 175, 1894 



ORLAND, Glenn. S36 

Rawlins George E, 216, 1903 



OROVILLE, Butte. 3,859 

Gibson Fred W, 322, 1889)1 
Graham Herbert J, 110, 1902 
Marks Leon H, 111. 1904 
Tucker Ira LH 



OXNARD, Ventura. 2,555 

Cummings Philip S, 110, 1900 
Staire Henry M, 262, 188711 



PACIFIC GROVE, Monterey. 

Beverton D WH 
McQuilken Eston R, 110, 1902 
Truitt Samuel P, 110, 190611 
Williams J J, 110, 189911 



2,384 



PALO ALiTO, Santa Clara. 4,486 

Bell Dickson G, 110, 1914 
Coe Charles S, 111, 1902 
Hammond Thomas F, 228, 1902 
Little George B, 239, 189311 
Mayhew Arthur B, 111, 1899 
Place Lloyd M, 110, 1903 
Reynolds Harry C, 110, 1897 



PASADENA, liOS Angeles. 42,000 

Allen Arthur B, 250, 1902, 445 Cham- 
ber of Commerce bldg 

Anderson Andrew B, 152, 1903, 22 N 
Marengo av 

Boeckman Henry F, 112, 1906, 222 
Chamber of Commerce bldg 

Brenner Arthur J, 112, 1908, 626 Cham- 
■ her of Commerce bldg 

BULLARD J ALBERT, D D S, Chicago 
Coll of Dental Surgery, Chicago, 111, 
1900; Mem National Dental Assn, 
Chicago Dental Soc and 111 State 
Dental Soc; 719 Citizens Bank Bldg 



BUTLER A J, D D S, New York Coll 
of Dentistry, New York City, 1880; 
Prof Operative Dentistry and Histo- 
logy, Southern Cal Post Grad 
School; Ex-Mem N Y State and 6th 
Dist Dental Socs; Mem Los Angeles 
Co Dental Soc and Natl Dental Assn; 
Hours 9-12 am, 2-5 p m; Tel Colo- 
rado 4774; 289 S Madison av 

Carey Harley M, 300, 1905, 22 N 
Marengo av 

Dorland John W, 322, 1907, 392 E 
Colorado 

Filmar Jesse E, 152, 1898, 22 N Maren- 
go av 

Force Rusell W, 112, 1907, 22 N Maren- 
go av 

Fuessel G Bruno, 112, 1915, 740 E Colo- 
rado 

Giquette Frank A, 112, 1905, Dodworth 
bldg 

Goodrich Grant, 152, 1888,11 R D 1 

Hatcher L Edna, 112, 1909, 424 Cham- 
ber of Commerce bldg 

Hawkins B CH 130 E Colorado 

Hendrickson Warren M, 112, 1910, 203 
Dodworth bldg 

Jackson A C, 112, 1911, 22 N Marengo 

Janes Robert K.H 14 S Raymond av 

Kirk Harvey M, 229, 1885, 308 Cham- 
ber of Commerce bldg 

Leslie Robert Y, 111, 1901,11 616 Cham- 
ber of Commerce bldg 

Lockwood R C, 112, 1906, 607 Citizens 
Savings Bank bldg 

MAC DONALD CHARLES A, D D S, 
Coll of Dentistry, Univ of Southern 
Cal, Los Angeles, Cal, 1911; Kinney- 
Kendall Bldg 

MacMillan Joseph E, 322, 1896, 26 N 
Raymond av 

Markey Claude E,1| 26 N Raymond av 

Martin James W, 185, 1908, 502 Slavin 
bldg 

Morrison John B,1I Dodworth bldg 

Newkirk Garrett,11t Slavin bldg 

Packard Herbert R, 112, 1904, 29 N 
Euclid av 

Palmer Arthur H, 320, 1881, 630 Cham- 
ber of Commerce 

Parker Austin H, 228, 1903,11 612 Cham 
of Commerce bldg 

Parker James E, 217, 1890,11 210 Slavin 
bldg 

Parker J Tyler,11 210 Slavin bldg 

Parker J Tyler jr,11 210 Slavin bldg 

Peisch H C, 152, 1903, 22 N Marengo 



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PASADENA — Cont'd 

Reamer Herman, 321, 1885,11 517 
Citizens Sav Bank bldg 

Reynolds Harry F, 320, 1896, 62 E Colo- 
rado 

Roberts Clifford M,|[ 65 E Colorado 

Rogers Wilmer W, 112, 1904, 100 E 
Colorado 

Sharp George C, 282, 1897,11 22 N 
Marengo av 

Sherman Lee A, 254, 1901, 5 W Colo- 
rado 

Shoemaker Reginald H, 321, 1864,1It 42 
N Raymond av 

Siewert Almon D,11 1242 E Colorado 

Smith W C, 280, 1893,11 22 N Marengo 

Stonebrook Hal B,1I 11 N Raymond av 

Stryker Wilford C, 152, 1898, 22 N 
Marengo av 

Thornburg Frank S, 112, 1904, 518 
Chamber of Commerce bldg 

Townsend Jesse R, 322, 1879,tl 1414 
Iowa av 

Updyke Robert P, 250, 1899, 1183 
Avoca av 

VINEY ALVIN GARFIELD WAL- 

. LACE, D D S, Coll of Dentistry, 
TJnlv of Southern California, Los 
Angeles, Cal, 1904; Former Prof of 
Dental Materia Medica Univ of 
Southern Cal; Mem Am Med Assn, 
Pasadena Local Dental Soc, Los An- 
geles Co Dental Soc and Southern 
Cal Dental Assn; Special Attention 
Given to Oral Surgery and the Di- 
agnosis of Surgical Diseases of the 
Oral Cavity; Hospital Facilities; 
Hours 9 a m to 5 p m; Both Phones; 
Suite 701-702 Citizens Savings Bank 
Bldg 

White Arthur T, 175, 1892, 345 Cham- 
ber of Commerce bldg 

White Roy M, 112, 1910, 308 Chamber 
of Commerce bldg 

PASO ROBLES, San Luis Obispo. 1,441 

Boys H SH 

GATES WM G, Chicago Coll of Dental 
Surgery, Chicago, 111, 1905; Mem 
Natl and Southern Cal Dental 
Assns; Mem Cal State Dental Assn 
and Psi Omega Dental Fraternity; 
12th and Spring 

PETALUMA, Sonoma. 5,880 

Caldwell Charles E,* 111, 1912 
Fleissner Hugo H1l 
Hall Walter C, 110, 1902 
Mazza Joseph H, 110, 1905 



Peoples John W, 110, 1902 
Philips Frank H, 110, 1891 
Stone J TH 
Tibbetts Arthur 110, 18951It 



PINOLE, Contra Costa. 

Bailey Irving R, 110, 1903 
Boone Thomas E, 158, 1912 



798 



PITTSBURG, Contra Costa. 

River Joseph P, 110, 1899 



PLACERVILLE, El Dorado. 

Fitch Oscar P, 110, 1895J1 
Rantz Wm A, 111, 1902 
Stone W Wfl 
Summer C M|f 



2,372 



1,914 



PLBASANTON, Alameda. 

Harms M F Elimarfl 



1,254 



POINT RICHMOND, Contra Costa 

Bailey Mark G, 110, 1909 



POMONA, Los Angeles. 

Alter Charles H, 324, 1901 
Brown Walter A, 158, 1898 
Clapp Stacy W, 112, 190611 
Ditty Amos, 267, 1899 
Fitch Wm W, 239, 19011f 
Higby Nelson GH 
McGowan J Edwin 1| 
Reed Alfred R, 262, 187611 
Smith Carl EH 



10,207 



PORTERVILLE, Tulare. 2,696 

Carpenter Byron L, 110, 189511t 
Haley George W, 111, 190711 
Lackey Warren D, 111, 1899 
Leslie Wm W, 110, 1905 
Murray Bernard C, 110, 1912 



POTTER VALLEY, Mendiclno. 576 

Basford Claud R, 111, 1899 



QUINCY, Plumas. 272 

Stewart R1I 

Wheeler Thomas R, 110, 1897 



RED BLLTFF, Tehama. 3,530 

Albright Frederick H, 110, 189011 
Bagley Loren A, 110, 1909 
Boone N I, 322, 188811 
Tremain Ivan R, 111, 1912 



REDDING, SKasta. 3,572 

Corbiere C C, 321, 189211 
Grotefend George, 320, 188911 
Sheppard Ralph H, 111, 190611 



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CALIFORNIA 



REDliANDS, San Bernardino. 

Ball Archibald E, 239, 1895 
Bedford Edmundtl 
Cameron Andrew C, 322, 1892 
Clark Walter M, 111, 1902 
Dean James S, 121, 190011 
Hammen Edwin CH 
Heacock Wm R, 111, 189911 
Morris W PH 



10,440 



REDONDO BEACH, Los Angeles. 

Fisher Wm L, 112, 1915 
Packson Ernest S, 158, 1908 



2,035 



REDWOOD CITY, San Mateo. 2,442 

Cummings J EH 
Cummings Norris C, 110, 1905 
Stuttmeister Wm O, 110, 188611 
Yount George B, 111, 1904 



REEDL.EY, Fresno. 320 

Acker Arthur V, 111, 1904 
McKenzie Thomas W, 112, 1906 
Vogt R H, 265, 1913 
Wing George W, 304, 190311 



REPRESA, Sacramento 

George John S, 110, 1913 



RICHMOND, Contra Costa. 22,000 

Bailey Mark G, 110, 1909 

Bullock Walter M, 110, 1905 

Decker John HH 

Horner Harold I, 158, 1911 

KELLEY FREDERICK EUGENE, D D 
S, Dental Dept Coll of Phys and 
Surgs, San Francisco, Cal, 1912; 
331 Macdonald av 

Moore Roy, 111, 1904 

O'Brien Edward W, 110, 190111 

VanAmringe David R, 322, 1898 



RIO VISTA, Solano. 884 

Rives M EH 

RIVERSIDE, Riverside. 15,212 

Bobbitt Joseph M, 269, 1899 
Cameron Angus D, 355, 1881 
Carroll Charles E, 324, 1901 
Denzler George J, 185, 1914 
Dowd J W, 280, 1906 
Esgate John I, 228, 19001f 
Esgate Thomas D, 228, 1899 
Glaze George E, 315, 1902 
Hebert Charles P, 153, 1897t 
Henry George E, 152, 1890 
Heseman Charles E, 262, 1896 
Kimbell Floyd I, 112, 1915 
King Josiah R, 300, 188911 
Neblett John W, 341, 1897 



ROSEVILLE, riacer. 2,608 

Stineman John H, 110, 1903 



ROSS, Mnrln. 556 

Perry E E, 322, 1888 



SACRAMENTO, Sacramento. 73,3T8 

Albergaria Joas S, 122, 1902, 1005 K 
Algeo Walter S, 112, 1911, 9181/2 6th 
Anderson Robert C, 265, 1897, 1107 8th 
Barney John C, 112, 1901, 2909 35th 
Barrett Clifford G,1I 1115 D 
Bethel Frank J, 185, 1890, 1104 8th 
Brown C Elmer.H 907 Forum bldg 
Brownell Lester G, 112, 1911, 203 

Hagelstein bldg 
Deane B L,1f 915 4th 
Dias Edward X, 122, 1902, 5041/2 K 
Doyle Ernest M, 195, 1900, 5041/^ K 
Duckett Harry C, 111, 1902,11 1104 8th 
Eberle Albert, 320, 1905, 902 J 
ENGSTROM CARL O, D D S, Coll of 
Dentistry Univ of Southern Cali- 
fornia, Los Angeles, Cal, 1907; Grad 
Angle School of Orthodontia, 1911; 
Mem Natl and Cal State Dental 
Assns; Sacramento Valley District 
Dental Soc; Pacific Coast Soc of 
Orthodontists and Delta Sigma Delta 
Dental Fraternity; Practice Limited 
to Orthodontia; 206-7-10 Hagelstein 
Bldg 
Gallot Jules,1I 6O91/2 J 
Gehan Raymond F, 110, 1910, 922% J 
Giffen Royal B, 110, 1903,11 205 Hagel- 
stein bldg 
Goode W W, 111, 1902, 6 Odd Fellows 

Temple 
Hunger Ferdinand J, 264, 1898,11 907 

Forum bldg 
Jones John B,11 1104 8th 
Kestler Frederick H, 217, 1892,11 205 

Hagelstein bldg 
McBain James A, 110, 1903, 615 K 
McClaskey Frank T, 111, 1905, 11 I O 

O F Temple 
McKee J R, 112, 1911, 410 Mitau bldg 
McMANUS JAMES C, D D S, Coll of 
Dentistry, Univ of Cal, San Fran- 
cisco, Cal, 1909; Mem Cal State and 
Natl Dental Assns; Hours 9 a m to 
5 pm; 1001 Forum Bldg 
Matsuno Masanori Albert, 152, 1912, 

3001^ M 
Metcalf Fred H, 229, 1885,11 9221^ J 
Meyer Paul E, 239, 1914, 16 I O O F 
Temple 



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SACRAME2NTO — Cont'd 

Miller G EverettJ 1005 K 

Miller Henry E, 110, 1907, 207 Forum 

bldg 
Mitchell Ralph.H 1018 Sth 
Ochsner Frank T, 110, 1911, 1005 K 
Rau George J, 110, 1916, 1001 Forum 

bldg 
Rees Fred G, 111, 1904, 3418 Sacra- 
mento av 
Renwick Wallace H, 110, 1899, 15 I O 

O F Temple 
Richards Wm F, 158,11 1902, 530 K 
Rodda Gordon S, 110, 1908,11 922% J 
Sato Hirokichi, 152, 1901, 28 Stoll bldg 
Scott John H, 110, 1900, 306 Bryte 

bldg 
Shaw Ira G, 115, 1902,1It 1007 10th 
Shepard Stephen B,* 1021 10th 
Smith Hal O, 111, 1901, 303 Forum 

bldg 
Smith Robert E, 110, 1902, 303 Forum 

bldg 
Stephenson Harley H, 110, 1895,11 506 

People's Bank bldg 
Taylor Walter J, 110, 1894,1It 902 For- 
um bldg 
Todd Clifford, llu, 1896,1[ 801 Forum 

bldg 
Tolton Charles J, 111, 1905, 1005 K 
Webber Chester H, 320, 1912, 5281/2 K 
Webber Percy A, 110, 1906, 915 For- 
um bldg 
Wells Horace T, 321, 1898, 714 K 
West Russell C, 110, 1906, 309 Forum 

bldg 
White Leo A, 228, 1907, 921 K 
Whitman Edward W, 158 1900, 5011/2 

K 
Wilder Joel O, 158, 1909,11 307 Forum 

bldg 
Yoshinaga Manzuchi, 111, 1905, 1227 
3d 



ST. HEIiENA, Napa. 1,603 

Alsberge Edward W, 111, 1904 
Stern L A, 110, 1907 



SALINAS, Monterey. 3,736 

Austin W P, 110, 190011 
Bingaman Leslie R, 110, 1916 
Eddy Earl DK 
Fein C Bif 



SAN ANSELMO, Marin. 1,531 

Lemon Creed H, 111, 190211 
Taylor Robert L, 110, 1893 
Walder Hans, 158, 1909 



SAN BERNARDINO, San Bernardino 
12,779 

Bedford Lyman N, 322, 1885 

Bedford W EH 

Champion Ray M, 112, 1914 

Chandler Frank W, 158, 1903 

Doolittle C VanRensselaer, 251, 1886 

Finley E Scott, 322, 1908 

Hays Horace M, 110, 1903 

Jenkins Frederick M, 340, 189811 

Lotz Wm T* 

McDavit Arthur W* 

Milliken Henry L, 300, 1880 

Ramsey Will W, 111, 1902 

Tucker Arthur C, 158, 1898 



SAN BRUNO, San Mateo 

Reich Charles L, 110, 1899 



SAN DIEGO, San Diego. 02,449 

Alexander Frank W, 152, 1902, 855 5th 
Allen Willis E, 216, 1901, 1007 5th 
Arm-strong Wm S, 300, 1911, 1007 5tK 
Bailey Milton, 112, 1913, 520 E 
Barnes Frederick J, 239, 1882, lit 1744 

Front 
Barnhart Harry C, 322, 1890, 3872 5th 
Bills Albert V, 239, 1881, 1513 Grove 
BOSWORTH LUTHER L, D D S, 
Western Reserve Univ Dental 
School, Cleveland, O, 1897; 846 5th 
Bretsch G H, 280, 1907, Granger blk 
Bretz Arthur H, 240, 1897, 504 Univer- 
sity av 
Butler Edwin I, 322, 1908,11 424 Gran- 
ger blk 
Cage Alva D, 341, 1895, 429 F 
Collins Clarence E, 264, 1914, 846 5th 
Collins Horace E,1I 520 E 
Dornberger Edward L, 111, 1904, 503 

Union bldg 
Emeis Harry P, 217, 1903, 121 Broad- 
way 
Farnham Herbert H. 112, 1908,11 520 E 
Freeman Charles E, 322, 1898, 614 

Walls bldg 
Giddings Charles G. Ill, 1913, 703 Cen- 
tral Mortgage bldg 
Gilbert Alfred H, 320, 1900,1ft 965 5th 
Gould Arthur D, 280, 1896, 1007 5th 
Hall W Harmon, 239, 1883, 1007 5th 
HARDY J ROSS, D D S. Graduate Col- 
lege of Dentistry of Univ of Califor- 
nia, 1895; Instructor of Crown and 
Bridge Work in Tuft's Dental Col- 
lege, 1899-1900; Specialist in Crown 
and Bridge Work; Established in 
Boston 5 Years; Established in San 



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Diego 16 Years; Mem Southern Cal 
Dental Assn and Delta Sigma Delta; 
861 6th, rm 618; Tels Home 2134, 
Pacific 657 
Holt Fred J, 152, 1896,11 432 C 
Horn Clarence M, 159. 1904, 1047 5th 
JACKSON HARVEY N, D D S, Univ 
of Pennsylvania School of Dentistry, 
Phila, Pa, 1890; Mem San Diego Co 
Dental Soc, Cal State and Natl Den- 
tal Assns; Specializing Oral Surg- 
ery and Pyorrhea; Both Tels 1060; 
Watts Bldg 
JONES LELAND D, D D S, Coll of 
Dentistry, Univ of California, San 
Francisco, Cal, 1902; Mem 4th In- 
ternational Dental Congress; Mem 
Natl Dental Assn, Natl Mouth Hy- 
giene Assn, Dental Protective Assn 
of U S, Southern Cal Dental Assn 
and San Diego Co Dental Soc; 
Ex-Mem State Bd of Dental Exam- 
iners; 801 Watts Bldg 
JONES LEVA G, D D S, Western Den- 
tal Coll, Receiving Gold Medal for 
Best General Examination in Class 
of Forty Graduates, Kansas City, 
Mo, 1892; Two Post Grad Courses, 
also Post-Grad Course under Dr 
Campbell, Prosthetist of Kansas 
City Dental Coll, Kansas City, Mo, 
1915; Ex-Mem Kansas State Dental 
Soc; Vlce-Pres San Diego Dental 
Soc; Mem Cal State and Southern 
Cal Dental Assns and San Diego Co 
Dental Soc; Hours 8 a m to 12 m 
and 1 to 5 p m; Tels Res Main 3347, 
Office Main 509, Home 1639; 2044 
Logan av 
Kaiser Oliver V. 324. 1903, 929 5th 
Kerch Kent, 158, 1905, 861 6th 
Kier George P, 185. 1901, 520 E 
King Samuel A, 143, 1894, 1007 5th 
Lay Ernest. 217, 1905, 1007 5th 
Learn H Wirt, If 425 University av 
Lord Charles C,|[ 1744 Broadway 
Mclntyre Alexander A, 320, 1886, 

Beach cor Dale 
McKay Walter W, 320. 1900. 432 C 
Marlow George C, 185, 1890, 413 

Broadway 
Marsh C E, 175, 1898, 964 5th 
Mathews Edward E, 304, 1887,1f 964 

5th 
Molyneaux Wm M. 321, 1889, 427 E 
Orth Paul S, 162, 1901,11 1007 5th 
Osenburg Frederick L, 112, 1908, 525 C 



PENWARDEN RAYMOND S, D D S, 

Philadelphia Dental Coll, Phila, Pa, 
1912; Mem San Diego Co Dental Soc, 
Cal State and Natl Dental Assns and 
Xi Psi Phi Dental Fraternity; Hours 
9 a m to 12 m and 1 to 4:30 p m; 
Tel Sunset Main 1528; 511 Watts 
Bldg 
Pepor Wra, 322, 188211, 1502 6th, 

Retired 
Pickett Burk, 300, 1899,11 520 E 
READ EMMA T, Registered; Post- 
Graduate Course Northwestern Univ, 
Chicago, 111; Vice-Pres San Diego Co 
Dental Soc; Mem Dental Protec- 
tive Assn of U S, California State 
Dental Assn, Southern California 
Dental Assn, Pacific Coast Dental 
Congress and San Diego Co Dental 
Soc; 805-6 American Natl .Bank Bldg 
Rood Robert A, 175, 1892,11 832 5th 
Ross James L, 341, 1900, 121 Broad- 
way 
Salmon Wm S,1[ 861 6th 
Saville B G,1I 429 F 

Schiller Maurice, 110, 1899,11 1007 5th 
Seymour James H, 122, 1910, 1038 5th 
Sheriff Edgar W, 175, 1882,11 964 5th 
Shields Joseph E, 315, 1903, 1007 5th 
Simpson Albert L, 111, 1899, 121 Broad- 
way 
Smith Guy V,11 152, 1905, 520 E 
SMITH H STEPHEN, D D S, Chicago 
Coll of Dental Surgery, Chicago, 111, 
1897; M D, Jefferson Med Coll, 
Phila, Pa, 1899; Rooms 812-814 
Timken Bldg 
Smith Sydney A, 110, 1906, 703 Central 

Mortgage bldg 
TAYLOR HENRY H, D D S, Dental 
Dept of the Coll of Physicians and 
Surgeons of San Francisco, San 
Francisco, Cal, 1906; Mem Psi Ome- 
ga Dental Fraternity; 912 Watts 
Bldg 

Tully Charles F, 111, 1908,11 2201 Logan 
Varner Evan C, 110, 1913, 1007 5th 
Volk Marcus H, 122, 1912, 520 E 
Waggoner Lloyd B, 273, 1902, 1012 5th 
Walsh Walter E, 322, 1901,11 2410 

Albatross Retired 
Watanabe K,11 506 5th 
Watson Scott E, 229, 1906, 520 E 
Wells Irving J, 112, 1916, 4041 Hill- 
crest dr 
Welsh Hermus S, 304, 1904, 432 F 
Wilson J Mills, H 918 5th 



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SAN DIEGO — Cont'd 
WILSON WM EVERETT, D D S, Univ 
of Mich, Coll of Dental Surgery, Ann 
Arbor, Mich, 1907; Mem 1907 Class 
Angle School of Orthodontia; Mem 
Mo State Dental Assn; St Louis 
Dental Soc; St Louis Soc of Dental 
Science; Alumni Soc of Angle School 
of Orthodontia, San Diego Co 
Dental Soc, Southern Cal and Natl 
Dental Assns; Practice Limited to 
Orthodontia and Radiotontia; Hours 
9 a m-12 m and 2-5 p m; Tels Main 
1035, Home 2586; Suite 651 Sprec- 
kels Bldg 
Young John A,l[ 432 C 

SAN FERNANDO, Los Angeles. 990 

McElhaney M A, 112, 1911 

SAN FRANCISCO, San Francisco 
416,912 

Adair H CH 111, 1913, 995 Makret 
Alberti Domenico A, 110, 1901,II 212 

Stockton 
Alderson J W, 152, 2202, Fillmore 
Allen Henry G, 110, 1898, 209 Post 
Angonnet Claude A, 110, 1910, 2253 
• Clement 

Arbogast Aaron A, 110, 1902, 209 Post 
Armstrong Wm H, 111, 1899, If 602 Cal- 
ifornia 
Ashby Shirley J, 111, 1904, 995 Market 
Ashley Julian W, ilO, 1897,1f 948 Mar- 
ket 
Ashworth Frank P, 110, 1893, 1646 

Haight 
Ashworth Fred D, 217, 1896,11 2805 

Mission 
Aten Wilbur O, 152, 1900,t 133 Geary 
Atwcod Wm A, 110, 1895,t 323 Geary 
Avary Hugh, 143, 1909, 209 Post 
Axton Fred R, 110, 1895, 519 Califor- 
nia 
Bachler Henry, H 1.751 Market 
Bacigalupi Julia, 110, 1904, 2129 Green 
Backman Gotthard S, 110, 1890,t 323 

Geary 
Bacon Wm R, 110, 1899,t 309 Post 
Baer Julius, 110, 1901, t 177 Post 
Bailhache George BJ 870 McAllister 
Baird Frederick G, 110, 1896,11 135 

Stockton 
Baker Arthur W, 110, 1898,11 133 Geary 
Barber Frederick S, 122, 1904, 2561 

Mission 
Bardue Nelson, 1878,11 1208 Market 
Barkelew Frederick E, 110, 1908, 350 
Post 



Barrett Thomas F, 110, 1895,11 350 Post 
Bartlett Ulysses G,1I" 323 Geary 
Bates C P,1f 627 Clayton 
Bauer Charles F, 110, 1891,11 101 Post 
Beach Willard S, 111, 1901, 995 Mar- 
ket 
Beamer Richard F, 110, 1903, 375 14th 
Bean George L, 322, 1897,1f 350 Post 
Beattie George E, 111, 1911, 844 Rail- 
road av 
Beegan John J, 111, 1911, 4051 24th 
Bell Charles H, 110, 1894,11 2202 Fill- 
more 
Bell Margaret J, 111, 1907,11 209 Post 
Benjamin Charles W, 110, 1902, 209 

Post 
Benjamin Elmer H, 111, 1899,11 209 

Post 
Bergstram Gottfrid, 110, 1900, 1095 

Market 
Best Bertram CH 323 Geary 
Bibbero Herbert S, 110, 1907,11 10*26 

Market 
Biggs James A, 111, 1907, 797 Valencia 
Blake Alfred E, 262, 1884, 947 Phelan 

bldg 
Bliss Frederick A,11 112 Market 
Bliss Philip P, 110, 1908,11 135 Stockton 
Borger John N, 110, 1895,11 391 Sutter 
Bostwick Ethan C,ll 323 Geary 
BOXTON CHARLES, D D S, Coll of 
Dentistry, Univ of California, San 
Francisco, Cal, 1883; Dean Dental 
Dept Coll of Phys and Surgs of San 
Francisco; 344 14th 
Boyens Paul J, 111, 1902, Pacific bldg 
Boyes Herbert D, 335, 1891,11t 246 

Powell 
Boynton George D.H 830 Market 
Brannan George E, 111, 1910, 550 Gu- 
errero 
Brasch Samuel L,11 Hearst bldg 
Brassel E H, 110, 1910, 209 Post 
Brewer Benjamin B,11 821 Market 
Brewer Wilfred,11 1102 Valencia 
Broad Edward J, 110, 1900,11 1197 Va- 
lencia 
Brodnay Bland, 217, 1887, 405 Colum- 
bus 
Brown Albert V.Ht 391 Sutter 
Brodn Calvin D, 217, 1891, 995 Market 
Brown Charles H.H 1140a Valencia 
Brown James A, 110, 1895, 391 Sutter 
Brown Martin A.H 222 Kearny 
Browning Wm F, 233, 1898, 802 Fell 
Bruhus Harold J, 110, 1913, 135 Stock- 
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Burlingame F W,1I 516 Sutter 
Burns O B. Ill, 1899, Hf 323 Geary 
Burns Robert jr, 110, 1902, 135 Stock- 
ton 
BURRIDGE WALTER J, D D S, Coll 
of Dentistry, Univ of Cal, San Fran- 
cisco, Cal, 1899; L D S, Australia; 
Late Clinical Instructor of Opera- 
tive Dentistry at Univ of California; 
Ex-Pres San Francisco Dental Soc; 
Ex-Mem Natl Dental Assn, Mem Cal 
State and Alameda Co Dental Socs, 
and Chairman of Hygiene Exhibits 
at the 1915 Dental Congress; Hours 
9 a m to 4 p m; Physicians Bldg 
Burson David H, 110, 1909, 10 East and 

516 Sutter 
Bush Charles G, 239, 1886,t 146 Grant 
Cafferata August J, 111, 1903, 135 

Stockton 
Carew Joseph A, 110, 1901, 135 Stock- 
ton 
Carroll Jerome C,t[ 111 Ellis 
Carter Clement M.H 516 Sutter 
Casaday George H, 110, 1900, 2815 

Broderick 
Casey Thomas F, 110, 1903, 569 Fill- 
more 
Castle Reuben R, 111, 1904, 3009 16th , 
Chalfant John, 111, 1899, If 135 Stock- 
ton 
Chase George M, 111, 1900, rf Phelan 

bldg 
Chase Walter J,1I 456 Castro 
Chismore Harry J, 111, 1900,11 1952 

Devisadero 
Clarke Joseph P, 110, 1904, 2623 Mis- 
sion 
Clay Edwin A, 110, 1897,1} 135 Stock- 
ton 
Cochrane Edwin O, 110, 1883,11 323 

Gearf 
Colburn Orville M, 110, 1897,11 2580 

Mission 
Colburn Wm A jr. 111, 1910, 529 Cas- 
tro 
Colligan Frank J, 110, 1906, 1615 Polk 
Compton George T,l[ 323 Geary 
Coney David M, 110, 1895,11 133 Geary 
Coney Zachary T, 110, 1906, 209 Post 
Conroy John H, 111, 1908,11 995 Market 
Constine Louis B, 110, 1910, 901 Post 
Cooper Edward M, 321, 1889,lf 693 Mis- 
sion 

Coulson Nathaniel T, 110, 1885,11 714 
Market 



Coyne Wm E S, 355y2, 1887, 1132 Mc- 
Allister 
Craig Homer T, 110, 1898,11 135 Stock- 
ton 
Craig Thornton, 110, 1913, 209 Post 
Craigie Henry.H 467 Casiro 
Cranz Lester B,1I 16 Sutter 
Cranz Louis T, 111, 1899,11 516 Sutter 
Cree Wm A, 110, 1906, 495 Frederick 
Cummings Charles H.H 503 Octavia 
Cunha James A, 110, 1914, 323 Geary 
Cunningham Stephen J, 110, 1896,11 

2237 Polk 
Cushings Russell, 110, 1897, Phelan 

bldg 
Daniels George E, 111, 1899,11 146 

Grant avenue 
Davis Elton N W, 110, 1902, 1443 Polk 
Davis Henry C,lf 350 Post 
Davis Henry S,l[ 1731 Polk 
Davis Howard P, 111, 1905, Pacific 

bldg 
Davis Seymour C, 110, 1904, 350 Post 
Davis Wm E, 110, 1896,11 133 Geary 
Davis Wm L,lf 240 Stockton 
Day Roscoe A, 152, 1902, 240 Stock- 
ton 
Decker Charles M, 111, 1911, Phelan 

bldg 
Decker Charles W, 111, 1901,11 Phelan 

bldg 
Decker John H,lf Phelan bldg 
Dennis Cecil C, 110, 1893, Ht 769 Mar- 
ket 
Derby Albert T, 110, 1893,11 135 Stock- 
ton 
Derham Francis E,l[ 209 Post 
Dod Stanley L, 110, 1909,11 135 Stock- 
ton 
DODEL XAVIER, M D, D D S, Dental 
Dept of the Coll of Phys and Surgs, 
San Francisco, Cal, 1899; Tel West 
7789; 1512 Ellis 
Dollin Andrew F, 111, 1903, 3301 Mis- 
sion 
Dollin James W, 111, 1909, 4111 18th 
Donnelley George S, 110, 1897, 1998 

Grove 
Doran Raymond E, 111, 1912, 802 Irv- 
ing 
Driscoll John J, 111, 1907, 133 Geary 
Drucker George I, 110, 1885, 209 Post 
Duffee Ralph T, 111, 1912, 3993a 24th 
Dunn Albertus G, 111, 1912, 4095 18th 
Dunn John M, 110, 1884,11 210 Post 
Dyer Emerson CH 916 Haight 
Eason John A, 111, 1900,1[ 323 Geary 
Easton S F Wagner,ll 516 Sutter 



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SAN FRANCISCO — Cont'd 

Eaton John 0,11 323 Geary 

Eckes John D, 265, 1905, 323 Geary 

Edwards Andrew L, 110, 1898, 1112 

Market 
EDWARDS JAMES W, Registered; 

323 Geary 
Eggert Henry O, 110, 1914, 350 Post 
Eisen Edward G, 111, 1899, Phelan 

bldg 
Elworthy Frederick W, 110, 1904, 948 

Market 
Epsteen Henry, 110, 1902, 712 Hayes 
Erno Chester H,t[ 1297 Market 
Everton Chas M,1| 1208 Market 
Farley Robert E, 110, 1904, 1593 Mc- 
Allister 
Fischer Ferdinand, tl 948 Market 
Fitzgibbons James G, 110, 1895,11 291 

Geary 
Fleming James, 111, 1912, 1026 Market 
Fleming Thomas, 111, 1911, 1026 

Market 
Fletcher Thomas, 111, 1899, 169 Col- 

lingwood 
Flood Arthur M, 110, 1895, If 240 Stock- 
ton 
Florentine Eugene J,1[ 311 Scott 
Ford Arthur J, 110, 1895, t[ 406 Hewes 

bldg 
Forester Carl O, 111, 1907, 1200 Ma- 
sonic av 
Forrest James M, 110, 1896, 3287 Mis- 
sion 
Eraser Wm E, 111, 1900, 1804 Market 
Frates J Elwood, 110, 1914, 602 5th av 
Frazer Thomas J, 322, 1890,tlt 350 Post 
Fredrick Harry A, 111, 1899, 2151 Sut- 
ter 
Fugler Cecil A, 110, 1899, If 133 Geary 
Fujita Shozoh, 111, 1911, 1825 Sutter 
Gabbs Milton F, 110, 1883,11 391 Sutter 
Galbreath Andrew J, 340, 1892, 803 

Clement 
Galeoto Severino, 111, 1902, 1327 45th 
Gallagher Charles V, 111, 1907, 3004 

16th 
Gambitz Lee R, 110, 1899,11 323 Geary 
Gambitz Milton R, 110, 1899,11 323 

Geary 
Gates Harry E, 110. 1901.11 146 Grant 
Gautier Leonidas A, 110, 1903, 491 Gas- 

tro 
Gedge H Edward, 110, 1896,11 141 -6th 
Geminiani L S,* 3003 Filmore av 
Gilbert Chester C, 111, 1899, 993 

Haight 
Gilbride Roderick F,1I 1615 Polk 



Goddard Malcolm, 110, 1909,11 135 

Stockton 
Gonzales Frank,l[ 291 Geary 
Gorton Carey D, 111, 1899,11 133 Geary 
Gottlieb Theodore, 315, 1913, 995 Mark- 
et 
Goursolle N T,1I 739 Market 
Graham Gilbert F, 110, 1895,1f 210 Post 
Graham Louis, 110, 1904, 516 Sutter 
Greenlaw Charles E,l| 995 Market 
Greenlaw Mayo A, 321, 1892,111 135 

Stockton 
Griffith Archer C, 152, 1901, 209 Post 
Griffith Charles M, 111, 1898, 1302 Cas- 
tro 
Grom_aire Charles A, 111, 1907, 16 
- Sadowa 
Gruss Francis J, 110, 1899,11 12 Geary 
Gruttner Albert T, 111, 1904, 1362a 

Valencia 
Gunzberger Benjamin M, 110, 1889, If 

1933 Ellis 
Gurley John E, 110, 1908, 350 Post 
Guthrie Arch R, 110, 1910, 307 6th 
Gwinn Wm M,ll 3275 Sacramento 
Haberdier Oliver A, 185, 1914, 2841 23d 
Hackett Arthur E, 110, 1900,11 914 Head 

bldg 
•Haines Byron H, 321, 1877, 323 Geary 
Hale Reuben L, 110, 1895,11 210 Post 
Hall Merton M, 111, 1910, 2643b Mis- 
sion 
Hall Wright P,lf 2643b Mission 
Halsted Eminel P, 110, 1895,11 1122 

Sutter 
Hanchen Peter H,* 2597 Mission 
Hansen C Theodore, 158, 1901, If 133 

Geary 
Hardy Charles Sumner, 110, 1900, 209 

Post 
Hare Douglas A, 111, 1903,11 833 Mar- 
ket 
Harnden Frederic W, 110, 1897, 210 

Post 
Harris George R,lf 787 Market 
Harrison E L,ll 126 Stockton 
Hart Charles E, 110, 1896, If 391 Sutter 
Hart Fred E, 185, 1895, 350 Post 
Hart Wm C, 110, 1909, Tf 135 Stockton 
Haslinger Otto A, 111, 1899. If 1557 Ellis 
HATCH JAMES H, D D S, Pennsyl- 
vania Coll of Dental Surgery, Phila- 
delphia, Pa, 1863; Mem Cal State 
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San Francisco; Hours 9 a m to 5 p 
m; Tel Sutter 386; 240 Stockton 
Hauslet Charles P, 110, 1895, 750 
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Heacock Frank T, 111, 1899, 493 

Haight 
Heanev Wm PJ 59 Carmel 
Hein George N, 111, 1902, tf 323 Geary 
Heins Julius, II 1026 Market 
Heitman Hubert L, 262, 1901, 240 

Stockton 
Herrick Charles A, 110, 1890, 133 

Geary 
Hlggins Theodore S, 110, 1897,11 Phelan 

bldg 
Hipkins Henry, 355, 1876,111 210 Post 
Hoagland W W,![ 832 Market 
Hocker Joseph M, 110, 1900,11 948 Mar- 

ket 
Hodgen Joseph D, 110, 1887, 240 

Stockton 
Hogan Wm J,ll 787 Market 
Hook Beverly B, 110, 1908,11 111 Ellis 
Hooper H.H 1005 Market 
Hosking Richard G, 111, 1911, 495 

Valencia 
Howard Edward J, 110, 1904, 323 Geary 
Howard J Raymond, H 2161 Sutter 
Huck Henry C, 115, 1902,11 558 Co- 
lumbus av 
Hultberg Frank L, 110, 1888,11 787 Mar- 
ket 
Hursh Ray 1,11 1001a Guerrero 
Hutchison James E.H cor Sansome and 

Bush 
Tglehart Thomas N,ll 391 Sutter 
Jackson W N.H 466 Columbus av 
Jacobsen Lars J, 110, 1914, 995 Mar- 
ket 
Jaegeling Julius P, 111, 1901, 133 

Geary 
Janes Charles A, 158, 1903, 177 Post 
Janke Walter E,t 233 Post 
Johnson Axel,* Butler Bldg 
Johnson J W,ll 516 Sutter 
Jones T Rodney, 110, 1899,11 Phelan 

bldg 
Kauffung Louis H.H 1007 Valencia 
Kaufman Emil H, 110, 1905, 1196 Mc- 
Allister 
Kearns Thomas H, ,111, 1912, 203 

Church 
Keating Nora M,ll 101 Post 
Keefe Edmond D, 110, 1897,11 135 

Stockton 
Kelley N D,ll 275 Post 
Kellog Albert C, 332, 1887,11 Phelan 

bldg 
Kemp van Ee Frederick, H 506 Devis- 
adero 



Kenward F B, 355i^, 1899, 240 Stock- 
ton 
Keseling Frank,* 2977 23d 
Key John W,ll 1005 Fillmore 
Keys Robt E, 110, 1904, 391 Sutter 
Kingsbury B C, 111, 1913. Ill Ellis 
Knowles Calvin W, 111, 1899,11 177 

Post 
Knowles Wm A L, 322, 1879,llt 1967 

Pine 
Knox Atrhur J,ll 1095 Market 
Koening Frederick A, 111, 1908,11 1234 

Castro 
Kroeck Philip H, 110, 1892,11 2804 Fol- 

som 
Lacoste Honore L, 111, 1900,11 291 

Geary 
Lane Charles C, 110, 1904,11 109 Mis- 
sion 
Langer Gustave R,l[ 323 Geary- 
Lassen Julius J, 110, 1903,11 739 Mar- 
ket 
Laughlin John O.H 180 Sufter 
Laughlin Louis B, 111, 1907, 1824 Eddy 
Lee Carl M,ll 301% Columbus 
Leek George W,ll 25 Stockton 
Leek George W jr,ll 25 Stockton 
Leek Ira G.H 515 Fillmore 
Leek John J,ll 895 Mission 
Leggett John W, 110, 1910, 135 Stock- 
ton 
Leggett Robert M, 110, 1910, 135 Stock- 
ton 
Lehritter John F,ll 133 Geary 
Leiser Abraham H, 110, 1912, 144 6th 
Letcher Illtred, 111, 1904, 430 Fill- 
more 
LeVeau J Gabriel, 111, 1911, 350 Post 
Levinger Leo V, 110, 1901,11 177 Post 
Levkowicz Marcus M, 320, 1891, 323 

Geary 
Levq Sidney, 110, 1912, 516 Sutter 
Levy Wm H, 111, 1902,11 516 Sutter 
Likens J W, 110, 1894, 133 Geary 
Litton Charles A, 110, 1890, 2421 Sut- 
ter 
London M, Andrew, 110, 1910, 126 

Stockton 
Lord Franklin F, 110, 1880,11 1191 Oak 
Loveall Benj F, 110, 1916, 291 Geary 
Lovegrove Walter R, 110, 1890,11 3298 

Washington 
Lowrey Robert D, 264, 1896, 809a Page 
Lucchetti Albert F, 110,, 1900,11 916 

Kearney 
Lynch Joseph H, 110, 1911, 2700 A 
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SAN FRANCISCO — Cont'd 
McAlpine J PJ 3009 16th 
McBean Wm H, 112, 1906, 2057 Divi- 

sadero 
McCarthy Charles J.U 166 Geary 
McCormick James F, 111, 1908,11 4796a 

Mission 
McCowen Charles S, 820, 1899, 209 

Post 
McDaniel George T, 110, 1904, 133 

Geary 
McFadyen Archibald, 282, 1882, 1784 

Page 
McGaughey Carl W, 158, 1897, 1296a 

9th av 
McGlashan Earl L, 110, 1912, 1296 9th 
McGough J A, 110, 1901, 133 Geary 
McGuire Martin P, 111, 1908,11 5021/2 

Clement 
McKenzie Albert W,tf 135 Stockton 
McKevitt Frank H, 111, 1910, 291 

Geary 
McKinley Hpward M, 315, 1909,11 323 

Geary 
McLaughfin George V, 110, 1-904, 135 

Stockton 
McLaughlin Wm F, 111, 1897,11 323 
• Geary 

McMahon Leo J,1I 1812 Vallejo 
McMurray Milton, H 135 Stockton 
McQuaid C Clark, 110, 1910, 135 Stock- 
ton 
MacNevin G M, 111, 1900, 718 Market 
Madden Frank M, 110, 1900, 3004 16th 
Maldonado Edward, 110, 1887, 516 

Sutter 
Markwitz Louis, 320, 1901,11 905 De- 

visadero 
Marsten A 1,11 2580 Mission 
Mason J A,11 2364 Vallejo 
Mauk Edwin H, 110, 1901, 1343 3d av 
Menken Peter H jr, 264, 1910,11 1756 

Fillmore 
Menne Wm A, 111, 1907, 5153 Mission 
Meredith George H, 110, 1893,11 2944 

24th 
Mervy Edward T, 110, 1893,11 135 

Stockton 
Messner Karl W, 111, 1912, 952 Market 
Meyer Albert, 111, 1899,11t 830 Market 
Meyer Wm A, 110, 1889,11 135 Stockton 
Middleton George W,11 111 Ellis 
Millar Robert F, 110, 1891,11 1569 De- 

visadero 

Millberry Arthur H.Ht 2792 California 

MILLBERRY GUY S, D D S, Coll of 

Dentistry, Univ of California, San 

Francisco, Cal, 1901; Dean and Prof 



of Chemistry and Metallurgy at 
same; Mem Natl and Cal State Den- 
tal Assns, San Francisco District 
Dental Soc and Xi Psi Phi Fraterni- 
ty; 1st and Parnassus av 
Miller Herman A,11 821 Market 
Miller James A,* 655 Hyde 
Miller Otis L,11 516 Sutter 
MILLIKIN JOHN D, D D S, Univ of 
Pennsylvania School of Dentistry, 
Phila, Pa, 1898; Pres Assn of Mili- 
tary Dental Surgs of the U S; Treas 
Cal State Dental Assn; Vice-Pres 
San Francisco Dist Dental Soc; 323 
Geary 
Mogan Christopher J, 110, 1900, 962 

Phelan bldg 
Moody George R, 158, 1902, 111 Ellis 
Moore Herbert T, 110, 1904, 391 Sutter 
Moore J Oxley, 110, 1906, Pacific bldg 
Moore Robert I, 110, 1891, 898 Do- 
lores 
Moose Sanford M,11 323 Geary 
MORFFEW THOMAS, D D S, Coll of 
Dentistry, Univ of California, 1882; 
Emeritus Prof of Operative Dentis- 
try and Dental Histology Coll of 
Phys and Surgs, San Francisco; 
Mem Pacific Coast Dental Congress; 
First President Alumni Association 
College of Dentistry, Univ of Califor- 
nia; Life Mem, ex-Pres and Sec San 
Francisco Dental Assn; Life Mem 
and ex-Pres California Dental Assn; 
Mem and Vice-Pres Stomatological 
Club; Successively appointed by 
Governors Stoneman, Bartlett, Mark- 
ham and Budd Sec of State Board of 
Dental Examiners of California, and 
was twice Pres of the same, 323 
Geary. 
Morgan F Edward jr, 320, 1911, 135 

Stockton 
Morris Amiel, 110, 1895, 146 Grant av 
Morris Emile H, 111, 1906.11 133 Geary 
Morris J Ira, 110, 1897, 209 Post 
Morris Thomas H, 110, 1886,11 166 

Geary 
Morton H R,11 549 Columbus av 
Muegge Theodore C, 110, 1914, 209 

Post 
Mulrenin Edward M, 110, 1899,11 3672 

20th 
Mulvihill Daniel F, 111, 1907, 2580 Mis- 
sion 
Murphy R Nellis, 110, 1902,11 516 Sutter 
Musante Charles B, 110, 1913, 1103 
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Nasser R J,1I 507 Haight 
Neu John P.H 224 Chronicle bldg 
Nicohu Charles J, 110, 1903, 391 Sut- 
ter 
Noble Howard D, 110, 1891,11 323 

Geary 
Norman C O.U 1703 O'Farrell 
Norman Ida BJ 1479 Haight 
Novitzky Joseph F, 110, 1910,1] 209 

Post 
O'Connell George D, 110, 1905, 162 Post 
O'Connell Robert E, 110, 1895,11 162 

Post 
Ogle Wm O, 152, 1901, 3195 22d 
Okiibo Ituye, 111, 1903,11 1765 Sutter 
Ostrom Daniel A, 110, 1900,11 1026 

Market 
Pague Frank C, 321, 1889, 209 Post 
Parker Joseph A, 320, 1883,11 240 Stock- 
ton 
Parks Erie C, 110, 1902, 2841 23d 
Parks Louis H, 110, 1899, 2133 Grove 
fayne Clyde S, 216, 1892, tH 46 Kearny 
Pearce Clarence H, 110, 1895, 135 

Stockton 
Peel Jonathan M.H 323 Geary 
Pegot Louis C, 110, 1904,11 135 Stock- 
ton 
Perkins Edward WJ 883 Market 
Perkins M L,1f 2608 Mission 
Perkins Philip J.t 126 Stockton 
Perkins Ralph G.H 1219 Fillmore 
P«rry J Claude, 115, 1903. 995 Market 
Pescia Attilis F, 110, 1905, 625 Valle- 

Jo 
Peters A B.H 516 Sutter 
Peters B Ralph, 110, 1909,11 391 Sutter 
Peters Henry C, 264. 1901, 323 Geary 
Pfister Joseph J. 110, 1888,11 126 Post 
Phillips Wilbur R, 111, 1908,11 821 

Market 
Piper Stephen L, 110, 1899, Hearst 

bldg 
Pitres Edmond, 111, 1901, 2202 Fill- 
more 
Piatt Frank L, 110, 1899, 323 Geary 
Pomeroy George E, 111, 1900, 562 Ash- 
bury 
Poole George T, 111, 1907, 133 Geary 
Porter Charles B, 110, 1896,11 135 Stock- 
ton 
Porter J P,11 111 Ellis 
Porterfield R Harry, 110, 1895, 2102 

Market 
Posner Milton, 111, 1900,11 2431 Wash- 
ington 
Post Charles E, 110, 1887, Ht 126 
Stockton 



Powell James N, 111, 1899,11 133 

Geary 
Prince Albert D, 111, 1904, 514 Devis- 

adero 
Proll Rudolph B.H 46 Kearney 
Pyle Fletcher S, 111, 1904, 1107 Val- 
encia 
Rader George 0,11 995 Market 
Randall Charles H,11 323 Geary 
Redmond James J,1| 785 Market 
Redmond John M, 110, 1890,11 2397 Mis- 
' sion 
Richards Charles W, 110, 1882,11 323 

Geary 
Richards Harry G, 110, 1892,11t 328 

Phelan bldg 
Richards Joseph I, 110, 1896,11 3396 

16th 
Richert Jean A,1f 2608 Mission 
Rietzke Gustav, 110, 1884, Hf 321 Mark- 
et 
Ritz Royal A, 112, 1904, 222 25th av 
Roche-George W W.H 908 Hayes 
Roche Herbert N.H 995 Market 
Rodden George F, 110, 1899,1] 177 Post 
Rohner Franklin E, 110, 1904,1] 133 

Geary 
Rose Frank N,1] Chronicle bldg 
Rosen Bernhardt, 111, 1909, 830 Mar- 
ket 
Rothenberg IsadorcH 1670 Ellis 
Rowe Fred M,11 1005 Market 
Rudee Henry E, 110, 1909.1] 102 Carl 
Rulofson Alfred C jr, 110, 1898,1] 135 

Stockton 
Ryan Henry G, 111,' 1907, 233 Post 
Sams Homer L, 110, 1914, 391 Sutter 
Samuels Louis G, 111, 1902,1] 3003 Fill- 
more 
Saul Overton M, 264, 1895, 804 

Clement 
Scannavino John A, 110, 1905, 346 Co- 
lumbus av 
Scbeu Richard E,1] 708 Haight 
Schlott Ernest P, 110, 1893, Ht 705 

Hayes 
Schmohl Louis W, 111, 1912, 1062 Di- 

visadero 
Schord Milford H, 115, 1902, 162 Post 
Schraft Albert, 111, 1912, 246 Powell 
Schramm Walter C, 110, 1915, 2841 

23d 
Schultz C Harrington, 111, 1904, 3805 

24th 
Schultz John J, 152, 1901, 3197 22d 
Scott Saxon B, 110, 1910, 291 Geary 



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Seager Harold L, 110, 1891, Kt 246 

Powell 
Seely Mack J, 111, 1899,11 1991 Howard 
Seibel Philip H, 320, 1894, t[ 350 Post 
Selferd Fred J, 110, 1901,11 881 Eddy 
Sexton Charles J,1I 135 Stockton 
Stankey Wm G, 110, 1888,11 323 Geary 
Sharp James G, 110, 1892,t 135 Stock- 
ton 
Sharp Wm F, 110, 1890, 350 Post 
Shepard Edward P, 441 31st av 
Shirley Roland E, 142, 1908, 469 Hayes 
Shoemaker Herbert 0,11 1403 Clement 
Short Edward N, 110, 1898, Phelan 

bldg 
Sichel Henry, 111, 1899, 291 Geary 
Sichel Leo, 110, 1895,11 209 Post 
Sikora Paul F, 111, 1908, 3296 Mission 
Skelley Eugene, H 3468 Mission 
Smith Charles H, 111, 1901, 2298 Mar- 
ket 
Smith Jackson, 111, 1912, 502 Church 
Smith Ralph F,1f 459 Hayes 
Smith T Martin, 110, 1898, 101 Post 
Smith T Sydney.H 209 Post 
Smyth Thomas U, 110, 1899,11 240 

Stockton 
Snell Edgar W, 110, 1913, 3116 16th 
Sobey Arthur W, 110, 1904, 323 Geary 
Sober Harry C, 110, 1900,11 Phelan 

bldg 
Solley Albert A, 110, 1903, 926 Butler 

bldg 
Somersett John ^C, 110, 1900, 146 

Grant av 
Sparrow Wm J, 320, 1912, 10 East 
Squier Leslie H, 110, 1912, 1392 Haight 
Stanford George G, 110, 1898,11 6321 

California 
Stapff Frederick W, 110, 1901,11 135 

Stockton 
Stark Thos A, 110, 1902, 323 Geary 
Stealey Thomas S, 111, 1900,11 Phelan 

bldg 
Steffan Jacob F,11 362 Baker 
Stephens Charles J, 110, 1898,11 210 

Post 
Stern Henry, 110, 1901,11 209 Post 
Stevens Andrew J, HO, 1905, 453 Cle- 
ment 
Stevenson Hugh H, 1895, 209 Post 
Stich Benjamin M, 110, 1896,11 1933 El- 
lis 
Stickel Berton F, 111, 1908, 2 Golden 
Gate av 



Stickel John L, 332, 1887,11 1005 Mar- 
ket 
Stickney Frank W.H 1028 Market 
Stiles Henry D,11t 2560 Mission 
Stirling Mattie G F,11 Grant bldg 
Stokes Albert W, 111, 1905,11 452 Lyon 
Stokes Frederick R, 111, 1901,11 849 

Divisadero 
Stokes Thomas P, 110, 1902,11 135 

Stockton 
Stoll Benjamin F,11 162 Post 
Strickland Sidney L, 195, 1892,1[ 2425 

Filmore 
Strong Thomas E, 111, 1899, 1944 Fill- 
more 
Strub Charles, 110, 1906,11 925 Market, 

260 Columbus av and 2561 Mission 
Suggett Allen H, 110, 1893,11 135 Stock- 
ton 
Sullivan Abraham S, 110, 1899, 995 

Market 
Sullivan Maurice J, 239, 1889, Hf 52§ 

Baker 
Sullivan Thomas X, 111, 1899, 4096 

18th 
Sweetzer Leon O, 320, 1901,11 2211 Fill- 

m.ore 
Sylvester Albert J, 110, 1890,11 170i2 

Polk 
Tait Ernest R.H 5 Kearny 
Talbot H I, 110, 1903, 1007 Market 
Taylor Clarence G, 322, 1888, 1005 

Market 
Teague Frederic, 111, 1899,11 Phelan 

bldg 
Terzian Parseh G, 322, 1905,11 4466 

Mission 
Thatcher Hezekiah M, 152, 1897, 3 5th 
Thatcher Joseph W, 322, 1894,1f 3 5th 
Therkoff Gustav H, 111, 1901,11 269 

Dolores 
Tobriner Marion L, 110, 1900, 135 

Stockton 
Tobriner Oscar, 110, 1896,11 350 Post , 
Toye Wm O, 111, 1899,11 1990 Sutter 
Trueman Herbert G,11 830 Market 
Trumpour J P,11 1503 Divisadero 
Tryon Wm M, 110, 1900, 821 Market 
Tuskey Harry A, 110, 1913, 209 Post'i 
Tufts John B, 229, 1894,11 135 Stockton 
Twiggs Walter A, 111, 1903,11 240, 

Stockton 
Vanderhurst Albert S. Ill, 1906,11 995! 

Market 
Vanderver George Y, 111, 1903, 1351 

Stockton i 

VanOrden George N.H 210 Post 



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137 



VAN ORDEN LEANDER, M D, Cooper 
Med Coll, San Francisco, Cal, 1880; 
D D S, Dental Dept Univ of Cal, San 
Francisco, Cal, 1894; Pres Cal State 
Dental Assn 1903-4: Pres Council of 
Alumni, Univ of Cal, 1903-4; For- 
merly Pres San Fl-ancisco Dental 
Assn: Formerly Pres Alumni Assn 
Dental Dept Univ of Cal; Mem Cali- 
fornia State, Southern California, 
San Francisco and Alameda Co 
Dental Assns, Dental Society of 
Hawaii and Delta Sigma Delta Fra- 
ternity, 812-813 Shreve Bldg, 210 
Post 
VanOrden Lincoln, 110, 1912, 210 Post 
VanWyck Crittenden, 110, 1902, 1| 240 

Stockton 
Veatch Henry CJ 126 Stockton 
Vogel Thomas A, 110, 1894, tfj 209 Post 
Vogelman Alfred A,|f 9 East 
Wachhorst Newton B, 110, 1895, 1546 

McAllister 
Wallace Andy C, 111, 1906, 133 Geary 
Wallace Lew E, 111, 1904, 1003, Valen- 
cia 
Wanz Arthur H, 110, 1899, 2801 Mis- 
sion 
Ward A Wesley, H 1802 Turk 
Ward Herbert B, 111, 1898,11 350 Post 
Ware Wm H, 110, 1906,11 553 Belve- 
dere 
Wassilko Stefan, 111, 1910, 2496 Mis- 
sion 
Wassman Max.lj 210 Post 
Wassman Max jr, 320, 1915, 210 Post 
Weirick Henry W, 320, 1901, tf 948 Mar- 
ket 
Weisbach Lewis C, 111, 1905, 821 Mar- 
ket 
Westphal Edward W, 110, 1896, 240 

Stockton 
Westphal Otto F, 110, 1887,!f 275 Post 
Whitcomb Sylvester E,1f 1647 Haight 
White Fillmore, 110, 1902, 133 Geary 
White Sherman A, 110, 1913, 1157 Ma- 
sonic av 
Whitley Charles H, 115, 1902, 12 
Geary 

Whitney Edward O, 110, 1899, 240 
Stockton 

Williams Jesse E,|I 2181 Fillmore 
Wilson C E,If 323 Geary 
Wright W Carl, 110, 1913, 135 Stock- 
ton 

Wyatt Claude W,1I 323 Geary "" 

Yelland Alfred S, 111, 1911, 3037 16th 



Young Charles E, 110, 1905, 830 Mar- 
ket 
Young Harry G,1I 1749 Polk 
Younger Edward A,t[ 135 Stockton 
Zeller Michael J, 111, 1905, 237 Post 
Ziegler Charles L, 322, 1891, Iff 135 
Stockton 



SANGER, Fresno. 1,500 

Baird Edward E, 110, 1894 
Mitchell Harry C, 158, 1907![ 



SAN JACINTO, Riverside. 898 
Gray Fred A, 152, 1899 



SAN JOSE, Santa Clara. 56,557 

Abbott Ernest A, 320, 1910, 6 Porter 

bldg 
Agern Arthur C, 158, 1907, 302 Garden 

City Bank bldg 
Argall Frank L.jlt 708 First Natl Bank 

bldg 
Avery Wm N, 1893, Ht 704 Garden City 

Bank bldg 
Barker Albert M, 1899,11 17 S 1st 
Bennett Augustus G, 110, 1893,1ft Gar- 
den City Bank bldg 
Berger Leroy O, 111, 1900, 2 Porter 

bldg 
Bland J H, 262, 1885, 305 Garden City 

Bank bldg 
Blauer Rudolph J, 111, 1904, 405 Gar- 
den City Bank bldg 
Brownton Leighton CH 705 First Natl 

Bank bldg 
Carmichael Thomas M 110, 1900, 601 

First Natl Bank bldg 
Cauch Frederick L, 300, 1890, 602 

Garden City Bank bldg 
Chandler Harry S, 111, 1902, 603 Gar- 
den City Bank bldg 
Cureton Horace, 111, 1905, 905 First 

Natl Bank bldg 
Curragh J M,1[ 5 New Century bldg 
Curtiss Frederick A, 110, 1904, Twohy 

bldg 
Davy John W, 282, 1889, 805 Garden 

City Bank bldg 
Fleming Calvin K,1[t 305 First Natl 

Bank bldg 
Foyler Arthur A, 110, 1896, 14 Theatre 

bldg 
Frazer Isaac A, 217, 1892, 512 Bank 

of San Jose bldg 
Gaston Wm A,1I 205 First Natl Bank 

bldg 

Green Maxwell T, 112, 1910, 204 Gar- 
den City Bank bldg 



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R. L. POLK & CO.'S DENTAL 



SAN JOSE— Cont'd 

Hanson Herman P, 110, 1897, 202 Gar- 
den City Bank bldg 

Husted Frederick R.H 408 First Natl 
Bank bldg 

Kneass Marcellus S,1I 11% S 1st 

Ledyard Benjamin C, 110, 1896, 609 
Garden City Bank bldg 

Low Will A, 111, 1909, 53 S 1st 

Marckres C Cutting, 110, 1897, 9 Ry- 
land bldg 

Maynard Charles CH 604 Garden City 
Bank bldg 

Maynard Stephen C, 110, 1896,11 307 
Garden City Bank bldg 

Nash Dorr E, 110, 1889, Ht 704 Garden 
City Bank bldg 

Pearce Fred B, 110, 1898, 66 B Santa 
Clara 

Perren Wilfred E, 152, 1895,tl 702 Gar- 
den City Bank bldg 

Pieper Ernest O, 111, 1900, 215 Garden 
City Bank bldg 

Pratt Edward W, 110, 1889, 274 N 5th 

Ross Donald H, 110, 1903, 4 Safe De- 
posit bldg 

Schumacher Frederick, 110, 1893,11 66 
Santa Clara 

Smith Frank J, 110, 1896,11 1 Safe De- 
posit bldg 

Smith Lewis T, 111, 1905, 603 First 
Natl Bank bldg 

Snow Francis T, 115,-1902, 53 S 1st 

Tennyson Howard A, 110, 1899, 84 S 
1st 

Walton Simkins L,ll 221 Bank of San 
Jose bldg 



SAN liEANDRO, Alameda. 

Ohea George H, 111, 1899 
Shepard George F, 111, 1901 



3,471 



SAN LUIS OBISPO, San Luis Obispo 
5,157 

Fowler James R, 111, 1901 
Kellogg Edward L, 239, 1881 
Kirtland Howard B, 110, 1913 
Nelson Wm HH 
Polins Oscar M, 158, 1902 
Snyder George A, 216, 1905 
Woehl Harry, 111, 1911 



SAN MATEO. San Mateo. 

Sanderson A L, 120, 1889 

Sibley R RH 

Sisson Ernest K, 110, 1898 



4,834 



SAN PEDRO, Los Angreles. 6,000 

Goodrich Verne A, 239, 1900 
Keagy John M, 112, 1903 
Long George E, 152, 1888 
Wertzberger H J, 265, 1901 



SAN dUENTIN, Marin. 909 

Simonton Francis V A, 110, 1913 



SAN RAFAEL, Marin. 5,934 

DuBois Charles H, 110, 189811 
Gray Herbert- J, 115, 190511 
Halsey Norman S, 110, 189811 
Vanderlip George GH 



SANTA ANA, Orange. 8,429 

Doty Charles V, 112, 1914 

Flood Will A, 110, 1905 

Hervey Albert R, 239, 1900.11 Retired 

Jacobs Julius J, 239, 1908 

Patton Murray A, 185, 1903 

Paul James E, 152. 1901 

Raugh J Martin, 185, 1891; 320, 189411 

Reynolds Palmer R, 112, 1892 

Ross Garland C, 239, 1910 

Rossiter Vincent A, 112, 1906 

Whitson LeRoy L, 158, 1896 

Whitted Roscoe E, 303, 1900 

Zimmerman Allen E, 304, 1902 



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21,000 

ALLEN HARRY JEROME, M D, D D S 

National Univ (Medical and Dental 
Depts), now George Washington 
Univ, Washington, D C, 1895; Late 
Prof of Operative Dentistry George- 
town Univ, Washington, D C; Late 
Pres of Columbia Dental Soc; Mem 
Am Med Assn Southern Cal Dental 
Assn and Natl Dental Assn; San 
Marcos Bldg 
Boeseke Bertram C, 110, 1896, 1330 

State 
Dickover John J.H 905 State 
Goff Edgar E, 112, 1906, 1127% State 
Herbert Elwood F, 110, 1901, 1003y2 

State 
Lemmon Charles F, 110, 1898, 81iy2 

State 
Lyman Eugene H, 112, 1901, II271/2 

State 
Moore Henry W, 321. 1867, 1515 State 
Saxby J Bert, 217. 1896. 12331/2 State 
Simpson George W,ll 1029 Chapala 
Smithers J Edward H, 112, 1911, 1127% 
Stinson Chester G, 152, 1894, 629V2 

State 
Sutton Cort L, 112, 1912, 905 State 



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139 



Warnekros Wm L, 110, 1899, 831 State 
White George A, 229, 1889, I2331/2 

State 
Willoughby Charles E, 229, 1884, 

12331/2 State 



SANTA CLARA, Santa Clara. 4,348 

Fowler R D,tl 

Gallup Thomas E|[ 

Menton Herbert O F, 110, 189811 

Worrall George H, 320, 188111 



SANTA CRUZ, Santa Cruz. 11,146 

Ameling Herman H, 111, 1906 

Bliss Charles LUt 

Bliss Frank W, 322, 18771f / 

Bryne Don W, 232, 1891 

Druillard Thompson Wlff 

Linscott Leo M, 110, 1906 

Linscott Wm R, 110, 1898t 

Moad S ReyH 

Murphy Chester V, 111, 1905 

Parker James P, 322, 18811 



SANTA MARGARITA, San Luis Obispo 

Dewlavey Carl W, 111, 1899 



SANTA MARIA, Santa Barbara. 2,260 

Bagby Henry C, 216, 1891t 
Blosser Elbert E, 111, 19041f 
Dart Ewing KU 
Marriott Charles H, 111, 19071f 



SANTA MONICA, Los Angeles. 7,847 

Hambleton Walter D, 110, 1902 
Mapes O K, 274, 1904 
Smith Noah R, 265, 18961f 
Symington Wm H L, 112, 1903 
Wessell Geo, 112, 1909 
Whelan Wm F, 112, 190711 



SANTA PAIJLA, Ventura. 1,216 

Poplin Robert L, 264, 1896 
Richardson G L, 112, 1907 



SANTA ROSA, Sonoma. 7,817 

Anderson David P11 

Connolly Charles Lt 

Crawford E HU 

Downes Ernest, 111, 19071f 

Gardiner Clayson V, 111, 1910 

Hewitt H G* 

Hoffer Virgil Harrison, 110, 1900 

Nelson Ralph W, 110, 1902 

Rankin J Hlf 

Reed Charles Wif 

Tuttle Ovid S, 110, 1913 



SAN YSIDRO, San Diego 

Hosmer EH 



SAUSALITO, Marin. 2,383 

Smith G HH 



SAWTELLE, Los Angeles. 2,143 

Dunn R KH 

Lipking Frederick H, 112, 1916 

Yates Ed W, 112, 1911 



SCOTIA, Humboldt. 768 

Howatt Gilbert A, 152, 190511 



SEBASTOPOL, Sonoma. 1,233 

Faught G WH 

Pitt Charles S, 111, 1902 

Pitt Clara Mif 

Seager John H, 110, 1896 



SELMA, Fresno. 1,750 

Craven H F* 

Halcomb Clyde L, 112, 1906 
Steinwand Albert R, 111, 1904 
Wild Mount C, 175, 1897 



SHASTA, Shasta. 550 

Quinne John J, 111, 1901 



SISSON, Siskiyou. 636 

Rockfellow John A, 163, 1906 



SONOMA, Sonoma. 957 

Gottenberg Hartley W, 110, 189811 



SONORA, Toulumne. 2,029 

Eastman Wm WHt 
Menendes HH 
Smith H B 



SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, San 3Iateo 

1 9S9 

McGovern John C,' 110, 1902 



STIRLING CITY, Butte. 1,650 

Dunbar Palmer H, 110, 1899 



STOCKTON, San Joaquin. 44,720 

Boalt H A,1f 518 Yosemite bldg 

Burton Frank,1[ 314 E Main 

Burton Frank P jr, 110, 1912, 208 Yose- 
mite bldg 

Caldwell F M, 264, 1898, 211 Elks bldg 

Caldwell Henry H, 111, 1912, 531 E 
Main 

Caldwell Wm L, 264, 1899, 531 E Main 

Carmichael Edwin A, 110, 1911, 336 E 
Main 

Colestock Logan A, 154, 1894, 424 E 
Main 

Cureton Edward, 111, 1900, 306 Savings 
Loan bldg 

Daingerfield Charles L, 110, 1912, State 
Hospital 



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R. L. POLK & CO.'S DENTAL, 



STOCKTON — Cont'd 
Davenport Dayton D, 111, 1905, 105 E 

Main 
Doolev Jo&n H, 229, 1903, 413 Melding 

bldg . 
Gilbert A J.H 810 Coml BanTk bldg 
Glidden Miles D, 322, 1887, 122 E Main 
Hall Samuel H, 111, 1908, 29 San 

Joaquin bldg 
Henderson Walter R, 110, 1885, 41 S 

Sutter 
Jones van L, 111, 1899, 64 Pliys bldg 
Kertchem David J, 315, 1901, 322 Elks 
McCan Francis A, 110, 1895,11 618 

Miner Retired 
McCan Francis A jr,* 218 Elks bldg 
Mallett Albert, 111, 1905, 424 E Main 
Minahen George E, 110, 1904, 507 Coml 

Bank bldg 
Moore John S,11 212 E Main 
Nutter Bronson S,1I 507 Coml Bank 

bldg 
Stamper Joseph A,* 111 S San Joaqum 
Wallace Wm G, 321, 1879,1It 1500 N 

Eldorado 
Walsh James W, 111, 1899, 5 N Hunter 
Waterman Edwin R, 110, 1895, 6 N 

California 



SUISUN CITY, Solano. 641 

Fogarty Jeremiah D, 110, 19071f 
Webster Frederick E, 110, 190311 



SUNNYVALE, Santa Clara. 550 

Woolley Percy J, 111, 1902 



SUTTER CREEK, Amador. 1,532 

Delucchi John A, 111, 1900 



TAFT, Kern. 985 

Ballagh Herbert A, 112, 190911 
Bolstead Fred P, 112, 1909 
Pryor Cornelius EH 
Tedford Walter G, 112, 1914 



TRACY, San Joaquin. 520 

Turner P TH 



TRUCKEE, Nevada. 1,800 

Kelley George F, 265, 189611 



TUUARE, Tulare. 2,758 

Harper C EH 

Martin ToddH 

Smith C Lt 

Young Robert J, 110, 1905 



TURIiOCK, Stanislaus. 1,573 

Carmichael Frank E, 158, 1899 
Hodges George A, 111, 1903t 
McKibbin Winifred M, 111, 190111 
Nucholls Holland M, 111, 190111 



UKIAH, Mendocino. 2,136 

Gibson Andrew L, 111, 1901 ■ 
McCowen George, 262, 1871 
Rea F EH 
Thomas James R, 110, 1903 



UPPER LAKE, Lake. 260 

Lundberg Konrad M, 110, 189611 



VACAVILLE, Solano. 1,117 

Marshall Lewis C, 110, 190511 

Towson LeRoyH 

Weldon Clyde A, 110, 1896 



VALLEJO, Solano. 11,340 

Armstrong John JH 
Arner Milton E, 110, 1905 
Chappell James F, 111, 1899 
Dempsey Harrison, 175, 1899 
Priedmann Bernard L, 111, 190811 
HARRIS HENRY L, D D S, Dental 
Dept Coll of Phys and Surgs, San 
Francisco, Cal, 1912; Lecturer on 
Crown and Bridge Work in Same;- 
Sec Solano and Napa Cos Dist Den- 
tal Soc; Hours 9 a m-12 m and 1-5 p 
m, Sundays and Evenings by Ap- 
pointment; Tel Vallejo 87 
Magill J Carson, 112, 190711 
Thompson Walter EH > i 

Vogelman David J, 110, 1894 .\ 



VAN NUYS, Los Angeles. 350 

Callender Monroe N, 110, 1899 



VENICE, Los Angeles 

Gum E S, 142, 1908 
Mitchell Fred W, 112, 1911 



VENTURA, Ventura. 

Roberts E KempH 
Staire J M, 217, 188511 



2,945 



A'ISALIA, Tulare. 4,550 

Asay Caspar E, 321, 1874Ht 
Carter L EH 

Cochrane Oran L, 216, 1905 
Combs James E, 341, 18911It 
Deming Raymond H, 110, 1902H 
Free Arthur M, 111, 1908 
Patterson A D, 110, 1899 
Waddell Edwin HH 



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141 



WATSONVILLE, Santa Crua. 

Baumgardner E W, 112, 191211 
Butterfield Charles L,1[ 
Cutler James W. 228, 190111 
Jennings George P, 158, 1902 
Jewett StanleyH 
Killburn Carl M, 111, 190911 
McCabe EdwardU 
Moore J EH 
Rodgers H BH 



4,446 



WEAVERVILLE, Trinity, 1,110 

Spratt C WH 



WEED, Sislsiyou 

Fuller F NH 



AVHEATLAND, Yuba. 481 

Kimerer L Lincoln, 175, 1895 



AVHITTIER, Los Angeles. 4,550 

Bailey G EH 

Daniels Earl A, 112, 190911 
Flanders George H, 112, 1905 
Greene O E, 175, 1901 
Wanberg George- E, 322, 1902 
Williams Charles E, 112, 190411 



WILLIAMS, Colusa. 550 

Herd Dolan F, 110, 1914 



WILLITS, Mendocino. 1,153 

Camp Frederick H, 115, 1902 



WILLOW, Glenn. 1,139 

Deacon Allen P, 111, 1900 
Hammond W G, 143, 1901 
Pirkey Marion, 217, 188011 
West Richard F, 110, 1908 



WINTERS, Yolo. 

Anderson F W, 110, 1900 



910 



WOODLAND, Yolo. 3,187 

Dick Archibald Y, 110, 190111 
Elberg H M, 110, 1907 
Guthrie Theolar A, 195, 1895t 
Miller Henley E, 110, 1907 
Wilcoxon C R, 110, 189811 



YREKA, Siskiyou. 1,134 

Barham W W, 217, 189911 
Barnett JosephH 
Green Wm FH 



YUBA CITY, Sutter. 

Gray WalterH 



1,160 



COLORADO 

CAPITAL, DENVER 



Population of State, 909,537 
(U^ S. Census Bureau Estimate 1914) 
Number of Dentists, 496. 
For list of Dental Colleges, see page 43. 



STATE BOARD OF DENTAL EXAMINERS 
President, Z. T. Roberts, Rocky Ford; Secretary, A. C. Ham, 725 Mack Bldg., 
Denver; Treasurer, Max Giesecke, Denver; R. C. Quick, Denver; O. C. Rickman, 
Windsor. 



DENTAL COLLEGES 
Colorado College of Dental Surgery (Dental Department of the University of 
Denver), 1340 Arapahoe, Denver — Dean, H. A. Fynn, D. D. S. 



DENTAL SOCIETIES 

Colorado State Dental Association — President, F. P. Wells, Colorado Springs; 
Vice-"President, W. P. Smedley, Denver; Secretary, E. W. Spencer, 120 Pope Blk., 
Pueblo; Treasurer, Wm Smedley, Denver. 

Colorado Springs Dental Society — President, A. C. Driehaus; Secretary, G. H. 
VanWye; Treasurer, F. S. McKay. 

Denver Dental Association — President, V. E. Smedley; Secretary, J. T. Wil- 
liams. 

Pueblo County Dental Society — President, E. W. Spencer, Pueblo; Secretary, 
H. D. Stanwood, Pueblo. 



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DENTAL LAW OF COLORADO 

AN ACT to regulate the practice of dentistry and dental surgery in the State of Colo- 
rado, and to repeal "An Act to Secure the Efficiency of Practitioners of Dental 
Surgery, and to Regulate the Practice of Dentistry in the State of Colorado," 
approved March 15, 1889. As amended, approved April 1, 1891, and all Acts in 
conliict herewith: 

Section 1. It shall be unlavsrful for anjr person to practice dentistry or dental 
surgery in the State of Colorado, unless he or she shall first have obtained a license 
for such purpose as provided for in this Act, Provided, that nothing in this Act 
shall be construed to prohibit any one from extracting teeth. 

Sec. 2. A State Board of Dental Examiners shall be and is hereby created, 
whose duty it shall be to enforce and execute the provisions of this Act. The said 
board shall consist of five (5) members, practitioners of dentistry of acknowledged 
ability in the State of Colorado, three of whom shall be chosen from a list recom- 
mended by the State Dental Association of Colorado, and appointed by the Governor, 
bv and with the advice and consent of the Senate. The term for which the members 
of said board shall be appointed shall be for two (2) years, or until the appointment 
of their successors. The Governor shall fill all vacancies from whatever cause, and 
rriay remove any member for neglect of duty or for cause. Before entering upon the 
duty of his office each member shall subscribe an oath that he will support the 
Constitution of the United States and the Constitution of the State of Colorado, 
and that he will faithfully perform the duties of the office to the best of tiis ability. 
Sec. 3. Said board shall choose from its members a president, secretary and 
treasurer thereof, and shall meet at Denver, at least twice in each year in regular 
session on the first Tuesdays of June and December, and as much oftener and at 
such times and places as may be required. The first meeting of said board shall be 
held within sixty days after the time this Act shall go into force and effect, a£ the 
Capitol of the State. A majority of said board shall at all times constitute a quorum, 
but a less number may adjourn from time to time, and the proceedings thereof shall 
at all reasonable times be open to public inspection. 

Sec. 4. Any person desiring to practice dentistry in this State shall first sub- 
mit to an examination before the State Board of Dental Examiners of this State, 
touching his or her qualifications, and every applicant for such examination shall, 
with his or her application for examination submit to the said board, as a prere- 
quisite of such examination, a diploma of graduation of some reputable Dental Col- 
lege. Dental School, or University Dental Department, duly authenticated by the laws 
of this State or some other of the United States. 

Sec. 5. Any and all persons possessing the diploma prescribed by Section 4 of 
this Act, and upon the deposit of the examination fee, shall be examined by said 
board, at such times and under such rules as said board may prescribe, not incon- 
sistent with this Act, upon the science and practice of dentistry and dental surgery, 
and all who are found qualified shall be registered in a record book and shall 
receive a license from the said board to practice dentistry in this State, in accord- 
ance with the provisions of this Act. ' 
Sec. 6. The examination fee in all cases shall be ten dollars ($10.00) to be : 
paid to the secretary of the said board before such examination is had, and in 
no case shall it be refunded. Said board by its secretary shall keep a record book 
in which shall be recorded the names and addresses of all persons so examined, and 
date and result of such examination, names and dates of all applications, and such 
other matters as shall afford a full record of the same, which book with such 
records or transcripts therefrom duly certified by the president and secretary of 
said board, with the common seal of the board attached, shall be prima facie evi- 
dence before all the courts of this State of the entries therein contained. The said 
boarrl shall make and prescribe all reasonable rules for its government and for 
the conduct of its business. 

Sec. 7. Any person who shall violate any of the provisions of this Act shall be 
deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and shall be liable to prosecution before any 
court of competent jurisdiction, upon information or by indictment, and upon con- 
viction shall be punished by a fine in the sum of not less than one hundred dollars 
(JIOO.OO) or more than three hundred dollars ($300.00). Each day that this Act is 
violated shall be considered a separate offense. 

Sec. 8. The said State Board of Dental Examiners shall not have the right to 
create any indebtedness on behalf of the State of Colorado. No compensation shall 
be paid to any member of the board for his services. All moneys received from 
examination fees or otherwise, shall be deposited in some bank at the Capitol in 
the name of the State Board of Dental Ejcaminers, and shall only be drawn out 
upon vouchers signed by the president and countersigned by the secretary. Such 
moneys shall only be applied to the payment of the necessary expenses of the board 
and such expenses as may be necessary to carry out and execute the provisions of 
this Act, including the actual traveling- expenses of the members in attending the 
meetings of the board. Any money on hand at the dissolution of the board or the 
repeal of this Act, shall be paid into the State treasury to the credit of the common i 
school fund. The said board shall make a biennial report of its proceedings to the 
Governor on or before the 15th day of December of the year immediately preceding 
the next ensuing session of the Legislature, together with an account of all moneys : 
recei\?d and disbursed by them, pursuant to this Act. j 

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Sec. 9. The provisions of this Act shall not apply to any person who may have 
procured a license to practice dentistry from the State Board of Dental Examiners 
of tliis State, in conformity to the laws now in force and prior to the taking effect 
of this Act. 

Sec. 10. That "An Act to insure the efficiency of practitioners of Dental Surgery 
and to regulate the practice of dentistry in the State of Colorado," approved March 
15, 18S9, and the Act amending- said Act, approved April 1, 1891, and all Acts in con- 
flict with this Act are hereby repealed. 

Approved April 17, 1897. 

DENTISTRY 

(S. B. No. 78, by Senator Owen) 

AN ACT entitled an Act to amend Section 7 of Chapter 43, Session Laws of 1897, 

entitled "An Act to Regulate the Practice of D^gntistry in the State of Colorado, 

and to Repeal an Act to Secure the Efficiency of Practitioners of Dental Surgery, 

and to Regulate the Practice of Dentistry in the State of Colorado." Approved 

April 17, 1897. 
Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Colorado: 

Section 1. That Section 7 of said Act shall be amended so as to read as follows: 

Sec. 7. Any person who shall violate any of the provisions of this Act shall 
be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and shall be liable to prosecution before any 
court of competent jurisdiction, upon information or by indictment, and upon con- 
viction shall be punished for the first offense by a fine in the sum of not less than 
one hundred dollars ($100.00) or more than three hundred dollars ($300.00), or by 
imprisonment in the county jail not more than three montlis, and for a second 
offense or second conviction, shall be imprisoned in the county jail not less than 
three months or more than one year. Each day that this Act is violated shall be 
considered a separate offense. 

Approved April 10, 1905. 

LIST OF DEN-riSTS 

ARRANGED ALPHABETICALLY BY POSTOFFICES. 

SYM BOL_Sr 

*No report received. tMem. State Dental Assn. ^Registered. gMem, District Dental Society. 

The Postoffice address is sbown in DISPLAY TYPE, the name of the county in wliich it is located 
Immediately follows, and then the population of the place. The names of Dentists appear under the 
postoffice name, the first number (the Itey to which will be found on pagres 41 to 48) indicates th* 
«oliege of graduation, and the last number the year in wliich diploma was granted. 



ADENA, Morgan. 

Jacobs E Bjl 



60 



AKRON, Washington. 647 

Daley Jesse L, 122, 1910 



ALAMOSA, Conejos. 3,013 

Davis Walter C, 185, 190711 
Merritt Milford I, 158, 1905 
Rex Clifford P, 121, 1913 



ANTONITO, Conejos. 681 

Meyers Harry C, 122, 1909 



ARRIBA, Lincoln. 175 

Kennedy J Dtf 



ARVADA, Jefferson. 840 

Loberg Elmer M, 271, 1911 



ASPEN, Pitkin. 1,834 

Brewster F NJI 



BENNETT, Adams. 100 

Puckett J W, 264, 1896 



BERTHOUD, Larimer. 

Coleman Wm K, 122, 1916 



BOULDER, Boulder. 9,539 

Ames George E, 158, 1897II ^ 
Avery George W, 239, 1881 
Calmes Edward F, 134, 1915, 
Cook L W, 122, 1916 
Coulson David Elf 
Eddy Charles N, 272, 1905 
Hardisty George H, 322, 1884 
Hoover Chas G, 175, 1891 
Ingalls Harry D, 121, 189911 
Long Walter M, 152, 1899 
Monroe Charles A, 122, 1905 
Scott Ira D, 262, 189911 
Winner Wm L, 320, 1885 
Witney Louis A, 120, 1895 



. BRECKENRIDGE, Summit. 

Giberson W WH 



834 



BRIGHTON, Adams. 850 

Scogin C W, 121, 1915 
Templeton Allen F, 122, 1912 



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BRUSH, Morgan. 997 

Bertrand Leopold, 158, 189711 
Bleasdale J Walter, 121, 1915 



BUENA VISTA .Chaffee. 

Fletcher Wm C, 122, 1911 



1,041 



BURLINGTON, Kit Carson. 368 

Smith MackayJ Retired 



CANON CITY, Fremont. 5,162 

Ashley Theodore, 185, 189311 
Kellenberger G HH 
Lane Sherman E, 154, 1894 
Reiter Fred W, 122, 1912 
Twitchell Fred A, 216, 1885 



CEDAREDGE, Delta. 

Morse Orien P|l 



CENTER, Saguache. 

Windle Bert, 265, 1908 



295 



385 



CENTRAL CITY, Gilpin. 

Hannah James M|f 
Stone Otho L, 121, 1915 



1,782 



COLORADO CITY, El Paso. 

Williams Oden N", 152, 1903 



4,333 



COLORADO SPRINGS, El Paso. 29.078 

Backus Edwin I, 239, 1894, 700 Exch 
Natl Bank bldg 

Baker Alex B, 120, 1890,11 712 Exchange 
Natl Bank bldg 

Burton Isaac, 158, 1895,11 204 Hagerman 
bldg 

Chamberlain Deane L, 122, 1912, First 
Natl Bank bldg 

Chamberlain Frank C, 185, 1884, First 
Natl Bank bldg 

DeBery Wm A, 264, 1895,1f 712 Ex- 
change Natl Bank bldg 

Dennis Calvin A, 152, 1900, 30 S Tejon 

Downs Clinton A, 282, 1895, 412 E Vin- 
tah 

Driehaus Arnold C, 303, 1900, 616 Ex- 
change Natl Bank bldg 

Ellison W M, 175, 1896,11 604 Exchange 
Natl Bank bldg 

Fleming Thomas B, 2'65, 1897,11 5% N 
Tejon 

Flora Wm W, 265, 1896, 700 Exchange 
Bank bldg 

Garth Samuel A, 340, 1894, 107 S Te- 
jon 

Gray B Frank, 303, 1899, 611 Exchange 
Bank bldg 

Hayden Wlllard W, 320, 1879, 1003 E 
Boulder 



Heiple B L, 262, 1909, 553 E Platte av 

Kiser Arthur J, 217, 1894, 204 Colora- 
do bldg 

Locklin Frederick C, 239, 1903, 612 
Exchange Bank bldg 

McDonald Jasper L, 121, 1904, 9^ 
Barnes bldg 

McKay Frederick S, 320, 1900, 700 Ex- 
change Bank bldg 

McKenzie E Lloyd, 186, 1907, 201 Col- 
orado bldg 

Mitch-ell G H,* 7 1st Natl Bank bldg 

Nelson Elof, 250, 1905, 3 El Paso Natl 
Bank bldg 

SINTON JAMES JOSEPH, A B, Col- 
orado Coll, Colorado Springs, Colo, 
1913; D D S, Colorado Coll of Den- 
tal Surgery (Dental Dept Univ of 

• Denver), Denver, Colo, 1916; Mem 
National and Colorado State Dental 
Assns and Colorado Springs Dental 
Soc; Hours 9 a m to 12 m and 2 to 
5 pm; Tel Main 761; 700 Exchange 
Natl Bank Bldg 

Sinton Wm K, 185, 1884,1f 700 Exch 

Natl Bank bldg 
Smith J Allen, 120, 1890, 232 N Tejon 
Van Wye Gail H, 158, 1915, Exchange 

Natl Bank bldg 
Walters Fred S,* 700 Exch Natl 

Bank bldg 
Wells Frederick P, 185, 1898, 720 Exch 

Natl Bank bldg 
Wilson George Y, 158, 1895, 719 Exch 

Natl Bank bldg 



CRAIG, Moffat. 392 

Seydel Robert A, 185, 1905 
Watkiss W Jif 



CREEDE, Mineral. 741 

Howell J H, 326, 1906 



CRIPPLE CREEK, Teller. 

Hoffman George W, 122, 1911 
Reese R W, 175, 18901f 
Russell Clark W, 121, 1914 
Seymour James C, 320, 189611 



DEL NORTE, Rio Grande. 

Ferguson Allen M, 122, 1911 



6,206 



958 



DELTA, Delta. 2,388 

Grove Frank W, 158, 1908 
Mehaffey R EH 



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DENVER, Denver. 213.381 

Adams Ross A, 175, 1897, Metropoli- 
tan bldg 

Adleman Louis, 121, 1908, 302 Metro- 
politan bldg 

Ahlenfeld Theodore, 158, 1900,11 315 
Empire bldg 

Bailey Ernest R, 280, 1904, 228 Mack 
bldg 

Bailey Rowland W, 239, 1884, 306 Mc- 
Clintock blk 

Bailey Wm C, 121, 1909, 513 California 
bldg 

Barker A E, 185, 1890, 514 Temple 
Court 

Bartlett F Dana,1T 511 Empire bldg 

Bassett Frank H, 324, 1898, Wyoming 
bldg 

Bate Daniel, 122, 1912, 523 Empire 
bldg 

Beals Joseph H, 322, 1879,11 68 Barth 
blk 

Beesley F W, 121, 1916, 402 Mack bldg 

Bennett Clarence A, 120, 1900,11 1132 
15th 

Berger Isidor, 282, 1907, 2734 W Col- 
fax av 

Beyl Charles S, 300, 1893, 403 Mack 
bldg 

Blakley I E, 122, 1908, 1402 S Broad- 
way 

Block David A, 122, 1906, 732 Metro- 
politan bldg 

Boone Van Daniel, 122, 1915, 1590 S 
Pearl 

Brady Francis J, 122, 1913, 1928 Grant 

Brannan Samuel F, 122, 1905, 520 
Metropolitan bldg 

Brierley Wm A, 121, 1898, 303 Cali- 
fornia bldg 

Brown Arthur H, 158, 1899, 15th and 
California 

Brown Charles F,ll 612 Mack bldg 

Brown Orlando W, 122, 1894, 1536 Wel- 
ton 

Brown Russell J, 121, 1916, 215 Temple 
Court bldg 

Brownlie Ira C, 158, 1897,11 404 Cali- 
fornia bldg 

Brubaker Wm O, 122, 1902, t 906 Met- 
ropolitan bldg 

Brusse Archie B, 122, 1912, 618 Mack 

bldg 
Buell Anna M, 122, 1911, 425 Mack 

bldg 
Burgeson Oscar A, 121, 1906, 506 Mack 
bldg 



Calvert Charles W, 300, 1901, 1009 16th 

Cameron Geo E, 186, 1901, 1186 Oneida 

Canning J Edward, 121, 1907, 219 Ma- 
jestic bldg 

Carleton James D, 320, 1904, 421 Cen- 
tral Sav Bank bldg 

Case M Alan, 122, 1916, 604 California 
bldg 

Catlett Mallory, 122, 1903, ^20 Metro- 
politan bldg 

Chambers Paschal H,1I 401 Bank bldg 

Chambers Wm T, 321, 1886, 504 Cali- 
fornia bldg 

Chinn Howard T, 121, 1899, 522 Mack 
blk 

Clarke Clarence W, 239, 1903,11 826 
Metropolitan bldg 

Cochran James A, 152, 1892,11 41 
Barth blk 

Collins Joseph P, 121, 1913, 205 Mack 
bldg 

Cooper Horace S,ll 604 Clarkson 

Coover Clyde H, 122, 1909, 549 Penn- 
sylvania 

Cox Arthur G, 122, 1909, 434 Mack 
bldg 

Craine Claude W, 122, 1904, 8 Evans 
blk 

Craine Edgar J, 122, 1902, 2103 W 32nd 

Craine Louis El, (M D), 239, 1881, 
1132 15th 

Cross Elroy Francis, 217, 1879, 209 
Temple Court 

Cross Kent K, 121, 1907, 328 Majestic 
bldg 

Dameron Edward P, 265, 1898,11 1031 
17th 

Dameron Wm K,t 1031 17th 

Darby Joseph M,ll 306 Mack bldg 

Dean Henry W, 122, 1905, 407 Wyom- 
ing bldg 

Delano Gertrude M,11 1220 Pearl 

Dodge Charles F.Ht 524 Mack bldg 

Dolph Herbert C, 122, 1904, 621 Em- 
pire bldg 

Donaldson James R, 120, 1891; 217, 
1892, Ht 319 McPhee bldg 

Donaldson John S, 120, 1891; 217, 
1892, Ht 319 McPhee bldg 

Driver Wm W, 272, 1901, 738 Santa 
Fe Drive 

Ellis Wm H, 158, 1902, 616 Common- 
wealth bldg 

Evans Harry B, 120, 1907, 509 Wyom- 
ing bldg 

Faris George C, 303, 1902, 931 16th 



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DENVER, — Cont'd 

Flint Wm H, 122, 1903, 330 Majestic 
bldg 

Floyd Wm B, 265, 1900,11 411 Califor- 
nia bldg 

Foster Joseph M, 272, 1903, 527 Ma- 
jestic bldg 

Frahm Frederick W, 185, 1904, 418 Sth 

Fraser Manfred S, 152, 1891, 407 Mack 
bldg 

Fulton Morrell D,TIt 603 Mack bldg 

Fynn Hiram A, 322, 1885,!It 500 Cali- 
fornia bldg 

Garside Wm O, 283, 1891, 508 Metro- 
politan bldg 

Giesicke Max, 122, 1910, 604 California 
bldg 

Glessner Edmund T, 122, 1912, 417 
Empire bldg 

Goldman Samuel, 122, 1915, 3241 W 
Colfax av 

Grannick Theodore D, 122, 1915, 412 
Guardian Trust bldg 

Graves Francis F,llt 408 Wyoming 
bldg 

Green Florence S, 321, 1898, 507 Mack 
• bldg 

Guyer Clarkson N, 217, 1892, 560 Wy- 
oming bldg 

Hamilton Cornelius J, 265, 1898, 304 
California bldg 

Hamilton C B, 175, 1905, 310 Metro- 
politan bldg 

HAMM ARTHUR CHARLES, D D S, 
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Surgery, Ann Arbor, Mich, 1905; 
Post Grad Carr Pyorrhea School, 
Chicago, 111; Sec Colo State Board 
of Dental Examrs; Post Pres of 
Same; Past Grand Master Denver 
Auxiliary Delta Sigma Delta Frater- 
nity; Mem National Dental Assn, 
Colo State and Denver Dental Socs; 
Hours 10 a m to 12 m, 2 to 5 p m; 
Tel Champa 967; 725 Mack bldg 

Hannahs Frederick C, 121, 1904, 211, 
529 16th 

Hannahs J M, 122, 1902, 219 Empire 
bldg 

Hartung Geo J, 282, 1876, 6 Barth blk 

Hayano Frank E, 158, 1913, 2103 Lari- 
mer 

Heasley Charles K, 122, 1911, 408 Cen- 
tral Savings Bank bldg 

Hedge Edwina W, 122, 1903, 628 Mack 
bldg 

Henderson Kenneth, 122, 1912, 1101 
Harrison 



Hepp Perry F, 280, 1897,11 501 Central 
Savings Bank bldg 

Hill George H,tl 215 Empire bldg 

Hoffman Henry F, 122, 1898, 324 Met- 
ropolitan bldg 

Hopkins David, 121, 1900,11 523 Em- 
pire bldg 

Howard Menifee R, 122, 1907, 846 Met- 
ropolitan bldg 

Howell J Larkin, 264, 1902, 533 Mack 
bldg 

Hughes Richard C, 122, 1909, 632 17th 

Hunt Fred G, 122, 1904, 1705 Law- 
rGnc© 

Inouye George K, 122, 1912, 1132 15th 

Jack Wm P, 122, 1904, 306 Wyoming 
bldg 

Jackson Charles D, 264, 1896, 312 17th 

Jackson J Stewart, 321, 1885, 628 Mack 
bldg 

Johnston Ernest T, 121, 1913, 519 
Mack bldg 

Kahan Aaron A, 121, 1913, 802 Santa 
Fe drive 

Keepers Albert C,1I 311 Opera House 
blk 

Kelly Arthur G, 110, 1904, 810 Met- 
ropolitan bldg 

Kelly Henry P, 300, 1879,11 533 Opera 
House bldg 

Kempton Alton L, 122, 1903, 221 Em- 
pire bldg 

Kempton Rawson M, 120, 1900, If 203 
Wyoming bldg 

Ketcham Albert H, 229, 1892, 725 Mack 
bldg 

Kettner Robert, 341, 1889,11 330 Kitt- 
redge bldg 

King Arthur L, 122, 1910, 425 Mack 
bldg 

King Howard P, 122, 1915; 526 Empire 
bldg 

Kuersten Charles P.H 212 Nassau bldg 

Kuhl Gustavus E, 239, 1897, 313 Cali- 
fornia bldg 

LaCroix Henry L, 121, 1914, 503 Cen- 
tral Savings bldg 

Laughlin James I, 122, 1905, t 315 Tem- 
ple Court 

LeFevre Harry W, 320, 1888, 906 Me- 
tropolitan bldg 

Lewis Edgar P, 122, 1901, 206 Metro- 
politan bldg 

Lindsay George R, 322, 1901, 333 Ma- 
jestic bldg 

Lininger Alfred M, 121, 1913, 3503 S 
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Lininger Gilbert I, 122, 1915, 204 
Broadway Bank bldg 

Loustano S Riche, 120, 1901, 511 Com- 
monwealth bldg 

Low Thomas H, 217, 1894, ff 410 Opera 
House bldg 

Lyons Wm C, 122, 1900, 226 Coronado 
bldg 

McClain T Ernest, 342, 1906, 313 Kitt- 
redge bldg 

McCrery James H, 122, 1910, 3756 Clay 

McDonald Henry A, 341, 1912 

McGee Rea, 152, 1901, 605 Mack bldg 

McWhorter Edward S, 185, 1902,11 202 
Mack bldg 

Macarey Jesse B, 120, 1893, 220 Com- 
monwealth bldg 

Marsh Wilbur C, 322, 1899, 115 Broad- 
way 

Martincourt J C, 122, 1909, 3036 Zuni 

Mason Geo S, 121, 1914, 314 Wyoming 
bldg 

Matthews Lynn D, 158, 1901, If 866 
Metropolitan bldg 

Matthews Dean C, 120, 1900, 929 17th 

Maxwell Robert S, 122, 1915, 810 
Metropolitan bldg 

Meehan John J, 122, 1909, 501 Mack 
bldg 

Metzger Arthur A,1I 414 Opera House 
bldg 

Miller Elliott S, 120, 1896,11 38 Barth 
blk 

Miller Harry A, 122, 1911 

Miller Jacob H, 158, 1909, 529 Com- 
monwealth bldg 

Minowitz Walter I, 122, 1915, 718 Mack 
bldg 

Mitchell Andrew, 321, 1905, 1105 Stout 

Miyamoto Konai K, 152, 1914, 1952 
Larimer 

Moody Robert S, 121, 1913, 3492 W 32d 

Morgan John J,1I 8 Barth av 

Morris Leighton B, 265, 1909, 404 Cal- 
ifornia bldg 

Mosier Stephen G, 120, 1892, Ht 316 
Empire hldg 

Murray Alexander J, 122, 1909, 304 
Broadway Bank bldg 

Murray James E, 158, 1906, 403 Opera 
House bldg 

Nelson Herbert S, 322, 1897, 402 Mack 
bldg 

Norman John M, 217, 1871, lit 302 Ex- 
change bldg 

Nutting Charles W, 239, 1888,11 606 
Mack bldg 



O'Neil John J, 122, 1902,11 722 Mack 
bldg 

Oudkirk Arthur G, 122, 1909, 706 S 
Pearl 

Parmenter Herbert J, 275, 1910, 210 
Central Savings Bank bldg 

Pate Arthur J, 122, 1905, 203 Broad- 
way Bank bldg 

Peck Frank M, 120, 1896,11 837 Majes- 
tic bldg 

Peirce Eugene B, 264, 1900, 709 Cen- 
tral Savings Bank bldg 

Pullen Ralph N, 122, 1906, 2591 Ash 

Purcell Wm A, 1903, 514 Mack bldg 

Quayle Claire M, 240, 1901, 2789 W 
Dunkeld pi 

Quick Raymond C, 158, 1898,11 310 
Metropolitan bldg 

Redmond Henry H, 324, 1897, 230 
Mack bldg 

Reed Anderson F, 152, 1889,11 36 Barth 
block 

Renfrew Ivan M, 195, 1904, 710 Central 
Savings Bank bldg 

Rhein C Mott, 121, 1914, 214 Common- 
wealth bldg 

Rosenberg Horace L, 134, 1914, 1201 
W 36th av 

Russell Frank M, 152, 1888,11 420 Com- 
monwealth bldg 

Sanderson Willard E, 122, 1900, t 303 
Mack bldg 

Saphro J 0,11 515 Wyoming bldg 

Schaefer Ezra E, 122, 1915, 846 
Metropolitan bldg 

Schlosser Frank G, 152, 1884,t 632 17th 

Schumacher George P, 217, 1891,11 223 
Empire bldg 

Scott Fred L, 122. 1909, 1330 18th av 

Scott J Coryell, 121, 1902,11 422 Mack 
bldg 

Seely Grant R, 121, 1897,t 1131 15th 

Setzler W F, 239, 1903, 421 Empire 
bldg 

Seybold John W, 122, 1908, 304 "Mack 
bldg 

Sheik Augustus J, 303, 1900, 317 Em- 
pire bldg 

Shoop Charles V, 264, 1896, 525 Mack 
bldg 

Silverburg Frank C, 121, 1914, 312 Cen- 
tral Savings bldg 

Skinner Chas, 265, 1898, 306 Mack 
bldg 

Smedley Victor C, 320, 1907, 604 Cali- 
fornia bldg 



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SMEDLEY WM, D D S, Pennsylvania 
Coll of Dental Surgery, Philadelphia, 
Pa, 1866; First Pres Colo State and 
Denver Dental Assns; Treas Color- 
ado State Dental Assn; Mem Natl 
and Denver Dental Assns; 604 Cali- 
fornia Bldg 

Smedley Will P, 322, 1897, 604 Cali- 
fornia bldg 

Smith Charles H,|I 912 24th 

Smith Henry E, 120, 18904 513 Opera 
House bldg 

Smith Joseph L, 121, 1906, Metropoli- 
tan bldg 

Smolenske Wm C, 121, -1913, 425 Mack 
bldg 

Snyder McGuire, 158, 1900, 320 Empire 
bldg 

Spicer S Sherman jr, 158, 1906, 526 
Mack bldg 

Sprake Richard A, 300, 1895, t 302 
Mack bldg 

Starbuck Adelbert W, 185, 1898, 1525 
Madison 

Stark John W, 185, 1884, 1551 S Wash- 
ington 

Steel John, 355, 1897, 806 Metropolitan 
bldg 

Stone George H, 120, 1899, 4340 W 
35th av 

Stone Wm E,l[ 307 Bank bldg 

Strawn Cleo Park, 270, 1905, Agnes 
Memorial Sanatorium 

Strickler Mary B, 121, 1898, 612 Em- 
pire bldg 

Sutherland Fernando H,t 318 Symes 
bldg 

Talhelm Harry B, 121, 1915, 1340 Ara- 
pahoe 

Taylor Clyde L, 122, 1905, 401 Majestic 
bldg 

Thompson John B, 120, 1892, 201 Mack 
bldg 

Tilley Woodford L, 122, 1902, 307 
Mack bldg 

Tilton George F, 120, 1902,11 602 Mack 
bldg 

Tolles Orie O, 322, 1899, 426 Mack 
bldg 

Townsend Sarah May, 120, 1890, If 1425 
Delaware 

Vaughan Russell U, 122, 1907, 606 Met- 
ropolitan bldg 

Walsh Leonard T, 280, 1907, 1536 Wel- 
ton 

Warner Eugene R, 322, 1888 J 401 
California bldg 



Warren Elmer F, 122, 1905, 314 Em- 
pire bldg 

Watson Arthur CH 620 Metropolitan 
bldg 

Watson Charles H, 122, 1912, 62Q Me- 
tropolitan bldg 

Watt John W, 121, 1916, 532 Mack bldg 

Weiser Reuben B,^ 1953 Logan 

Welker Forest O, 300, 1882, 406 Mack 
bldg 

Wheeler Lester C, 122, 1902, 405 Mack 
bldg 

Wiggins Harry G, 229, 1903, 401 Mack 
bldg 

Williams J Terrence, 152, 1891,11 736 
Metropolitan bldg 

Williams J Terrence jr, 122, 1915, 736 
Meropolitan bldg 

Withers A Clay, 264, 1906, 532 Mack 
bldg 

Wood Thomas H, 122, 1912, 2455 W 
29th av 

Woodward A E F.H 515 Jacobson bldg 

Wyman Duncan A,* 626 Mack bldg 



DOLORES, Montezuma. 

Morrison O M, 265, 1913 



320 



DURAIVGO, La Plata. 4,686 

Burns Frank D, 148, 1905 

Dowdy S G, 185, 189111 

Polsom H W C* 

Lyon G W, 354, 1898 

Morris Grant* 

Pollard Clayton A, 121, 1913 

Schlabach E A, 122, 1900 



EAGLE, Eagle. 

Randall O W, 239, 1897 



186 



EATON, Weld. 1,157 

Doolittle F W, 300, 190111t 
Souther Emory S, 142, 1907 



EVANS, VI eld. 600 

Downing C H, 267, 1898 



FLORENCE, Fremont. 

Scranton H S, 158, 1907 
Williams F Llf 



2,712 



FORT COLLINS, Larimer. 8,210 

Coover C W, 122, 1906 
Crissman George Best, 154, 1895 
Gates Morse A, 122, 1909 
Gibbs Sylvester M, 152, 1906 



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COLORADO 



149 



Livingston Howard J, 239, 189611 
McCarthy Ira L, 121, 1904 
Savage Charles S, 158, 1908 
Sitzler John H, 239, 189811 
Smith Otis L, 264, 1903t 



FORT LTJPTON, Weld. 

Lee Walter A, 121, 1913 



FORT MORGAN, Morgan. 

Park Robert L, 120, 189611 
Peyton Wm J, 121, 1913 



614 



2,800 



FRUITA, Mesa. 881 

Hall Hobert W, 185, 1898 
Hommond H R, 303, 1894 
Small Berton A, 185, 1902 



GEORGETOWN, Clear I^ake. 950 

Haeseler H G, 158,11 1899 



GLBN^VOOD SPRINGS, Garfield. 

Eggman G Dlf 
McCartney O LH 
Oberto Wm T, 122, 1911 



2,010 



GOLDEN, Jefferson. 2,477 

Anderson Leslie C, 122, 1910 



GRAND JUNCTION, Mesa. 7,754 

Albright Leroy C, 185, 1899 

Billings J E, 122, 1905 

Chafee Glenn R, 121, 1916 

Clark Eugene ClI 

Duffy John W, 320, 1903 

Green J E, 158, 1895 

Harris R EU 

Luke Fred C, 121, 1914 

McKenna Michael J, 239, 1910 

Middleton J Jlf 

Warner George R, 121, 189811 



GREELEY, Weld. 8,179 

Bliss Karl E, 239, 1912 
Conway Frank J, 304, 1897 
Delbridge Wm H Jr, 300, 1901 
Otoupalik Joseph, 122, 1910 
Stockover Frank E, 264, 1888t 
Sutphin George E, 217, 1902 
Urie Charles C, 121, 1907 
Weber Wm O, 186, 1906 
Wilgus Glenn A, 264, 1915 
Wilson Harry W, 121, 1913 



GUNNISON, Gnnnlson. 1,026 

I Sullivan George, 122, 1908 



^ HAXTUN, Phillips. 341 

Rugg John E, 121, 1913 



HAYDEN, Routt. 314 

Johnston Lloyd W, 250, 1913 



HOLLY, Prowers. 724 

Avery Willard S, 158, 1913 
Dungan Charles E, 262, 1891 



HOLYOKE, Phillips. 

Struble P S, 2621/2, 1906 



659 



HOTCHKISS, Delta. 600 

Woodward Irving B, 121, 1901 



HUGO, Lincoln. 343 

Scoggln Wm J, 122, 1909 



IDAHO SPRINGS, Clear Creek. 

Allen Harvey O, 185, 1891 
Cain Walter T, 121, 1902 



2,154 



JULESBURG, Sedgwick. 

Babcock Grant, 186, 1907 



062 



LAFAYETTE, Boulder. 1,892 

Hartman John L, 121, 1914 
Miller W E, 351, 1913 
Raymond Wm A, 300, 1899 



LA JUNTA, Otero. 4,154 

Greene Henry S, 250, 191111 
Hubbell C R, 265, 189811 
King Jesse C, 122, 1904 
Marquardt John, 122, 1910 



LAKE CITY, Hinsdale. 

Shull L EH 



405 



LAMAR, Prowers. 2,977 

Fox R Adolph, 122, 1911 
Wilson Charles S, 195, 189811 



LAS ANIMAS, Bent. 2,008 

Freese Grover C, 122, 1910 
Sydner Claude, 264, 1902 



LAVETA, Huerfano. 691 

Cramer George W, 122, 1911 



LEADVILLE, Lake. 7,508 

Gavette Joseph A, 121, 1914 
Harrington Earl V, 239, 1914 
O'Brien Walter F, 175, 1908 
Raabe Charles S, 320, 1911 
Raabe Max, 239, 1907 
Rose Henry CH 
Rose John H, 122, 1891 
Verzina Francis J, 120, 190011 
Yant Henry, 265, 189211 



LIMON, Lincoln. 534 

Chamberlain Walter H, 120, 1903 



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LrlTTLETON, Arapahoe. 

Lichtenberg A B, 163, 1904 



1,373 



LONGMONT, Boulder. 4,256 

Clark H T, 262, 189711 

Curry Charles F, 122, 1911 

Grosjean Nicholas J, 122, 1904 

Reed Julian B, 265, 1899 

St Clair Albert H, 300, 18961f 

Steuerwald Louis F, 185, 189111 



LOVELAND, Larimer. 3,651 

Duckworth Wm A, 265, 1901 
Freeman Clarence B, 152, 1888 
Hicks Card F, 18*5, 189411 
Hile Edward O, 186, 1903 
Johnson Carl O, 262, 1906 
Stoddard Fred W, 320, 1910 



MANCOS, Montezuma. 567 

Crawford Ezekiel P, 142, 1904 



3IEEKER, Rio Blauco. 

Taylor R H, 195, 1900 



807 



MONTE VISTA, Rio Grande. 

Gibson B MH 

McNutt Maurice M, 122, 1907 

Van Valin A J* 



2,554 



MONTROSE, Montrose. 3,254 

Baker J HH 

McCafferty Ross C, 121, 1913 
Parks James B, 324, 1903 
Price E H, 300, 1903 
Washburn Ralph H, 152, 1895! 



NEDERLAND, Boulder. 446 

Frontz H K, 321, 1893 



NEW WINDSOR, Weld, See Windsor 



OAK CREEK, Routt. 300 

Mulford Warren E, 122, 1916 



OLATHE, Montrose. 458 

Adler Robert V, 264, 1909 



ORDWAY, Crowley. 705 

Brenneman W SH 
Rodenhauser W R, 163, 1904 



OURAY, Ouray. 1,544 

Green George N, 152, 1898 



PAGOSA SPRINGS, Archuleta. 

Ellsworth Bert D, 122, 1911 
Milton W D* 



600 



PALISADES, Mesa. 900 

Crane Roy M, 121, 1913 
Swisher Fred J* 



PAONIA, Delta. 1,107 

King Alonzo A, 112, 1908 



PUEBLO, Pueblo. 44,305 

Baker W Harvey, 121, 1912, 631 That- 
cher bldg 

Brown Wm R, 122, 1909, 1237% E 
Evans av 

Fickes Charles B, 322, 1899, 304 N 
Main 

Forrester H Edward, 322, 1886,11 603 
Thatcher bldg 

Gosset N A, 122 1910, 335 Central blk 

Gunter Newton C, 122, 1915, 614 That- 
cher bldg 

McKenzie Roy E, 121, 1909, 429 Cen- 
tral blk 

Moore John D, 265, 1898,11 304 N 
Main 

Naley Clyde M, 320, 1898, 5 Franklin 
bldg 

Needles John W, 239, 1905, 611 That- 
cher bldg 

Park Alex J, 121, 1913, 213 Van Buren 

Peterson Harley R, 122, 1912, 607 
Thatcher bldg 

Raffington Guy N, 265, 1902, 427 Broad- 
way 

Robb Charles E.H 8 Franklin bldg 

Shaw Wm F,11 335 Central blk 

Snider Louis S, 262, 1902, 132 Central 
blk 

Spencer Earl W, 122, 1908, 120 Pope 
blk 

Stanwood Harry D, 186, 1907 201 W & 
D blk 

Stimmel Edgar C 185, 1900, 612 That- 
cher bldg 

Tenney Robert C, 320, 1888,tf 414 
Thatcher bldg 

Varley Edwin W, 122, 1889, 614 That- 
cher bldg 

Watkins Geo L, 240, 1906, 701 S Union 

Whitson O LeRoy, 158, 1901, 620 1st 
Natl Bank bldg 

Woodrum Wm W, 175, 1909, Erickson 
bldg 

YOUNG JAMES M, D M D, Washing- 
ton Univ, Dental School, Mo Den- 
tal Coll, St Louis Mo, 1895; 311-314 
Thatcher Bldg 



RIDGEWAY, Ouray. 376 

Peterson Ernest F, 250, 1903 



RIFLE, Garfield. 698 

Moylle Kate De P, 122, 189011 
Smith R O, 158, 1908 




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ROCKY FORD, Otero. 3,230 

Brown Hoy L, 158, 1903 
Pollock Samuel H, 152, 1895jf 
ROBERTS ZENAS T, D D S, Colorado 

Coll of Dental Surgery (Dental Dept 

Univ of Denver), Denver Colo, 1905; 

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Hours 9 a m to 12 m and 1 to 4 p m; 

Tel West 174; Bernard- Cover Bldg 


TELiLURIDE, San MIsuel. 1,756 

Lord SamuelH 

Lyle W M, 139, 190211 

Taylor Edwin H, 239, 1912 


TRINIDAD, Las Animas. 10,204 

Beshoar John, 265, 1905 
Crow Greenwood W, 340, 189211 
Gottlieb David Hart, 158, 1903 
Harper Thomas C, 265, 1910 
Kirkpatrick A, 271, 1908 
Sears Albert M, 165, 189711 
Taylor Daniel LH 
Wycoff N Neal, 122, 190211 


ROGGEN, AVeld. 125 

Mercer Charles L, 120, 1896 


SAGUACHE, Sa^iache. 704 

Swartz Spencer 0, 272, 1911 






SALIDA, ChaflEee. 4,425 

Beckley Samuel R, 122, 1912 


TWO BUTTES, Baca. 83 

Saylor Jay Vernon, 152, 1904 


Kelley Nathan H, 185, 1896II 
Kramer Charles S, 158, 190111 
Newton Howell D* 
Wilson Alton 0, 122, 1912 


VICTOR, Teller. 3,162 

Barnett W IH 

Laughlin Vernon W, 121, 1905 

Riley John E, 121, 1914 


SEIBERT, Kit Carson. 50 

Schlawig Wm M, 185, 1892 


WALDEN, Larimer. 162 

Fisher C HH 


SILVERTON, San Juan. 2,153 

Keyser Charles F, 239, 1902 


WALSENBURG, Huerfano. 2,423 

Hall Wm N, 265, 1895 


STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, Routt. 1,227 

Bertram Irvin R, 122, 1907 
Ward Fred E, 122, 1903 


Lesher C D, 120, 190011 


WINDSOR, Weld. 1,200 

Hickman Omar CH 


STERLING, Logan. 3,044 


Bovard Thomas J, 121, 1900II 
Conklin Wilbur R, 158, 1906 
Greenawalt Carl A, 121, 1913 


WRAY, Yuma. 1,000 

Buchanan J L, 324, 1906 


SUGAR CITY, Crowley. 808 

Field Louis S, 185, 1887 


YUMA, Yuma. 

Smith Barton E, 121, 1916 



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DENTAL SOCIETIES 

Connecticut State Dental Association — Organized 1864; Incorporated 1876; 
President, T. A. Ganung, Bridgeport; Vice-President, E. R. Bryant, New Haven; 
Secretary, G. S. B. Leonard, Mystic; Treasurer, B. A. Sears, Hartford. 

Bridgeport Dental Association — President, R. E. Tutbill; Vice-President, C. J. 
Atkins; Secretary, N. W. VanNess, 83 Fairfield; Treasurer, J. F. Keeley. 

.Connecticut Odontological Club — President, W. H. Pbmeroy, Stamford; Secre- 
tary, F. L. Uhle, 1032 Main, Bridgeport. 

Hartford Dental Society — President, J. F. Barton; Vice-President, R. O. Abbe; 

Treasurer, A. W. Costales. 

Horace Wells Club — No report. 

New Haven Dental Association — President, H. B. Millen; Secretary, F. S. 
Frary. 

Waterbury Dental Society — President, A. B. Holmes; Secretary, F. C. Daniels, 
144 Bank; Treasurer, M. M. Berman. 



DENTAL LAW OF CONNECTICUT 

AN ACT CONCERNING THE PRACTICE OF DENTISTRY 

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Assembly 

convened: 

Section 1. On or before the first day of July in each year, the Governor shall 
appoint one Dental Commissioner from a list of ten names to be submitted by the 
Board of Censors of the Connecticut State Dental Association, which Commissioner 
shall hold office for five years from the first day of July succeeding his appointment 
and until his successor shall have been appointed and aualified. All vacancies 
occurring in the office of Dental Commissioner shall be filled by the Governor from 
such list. No Dental Commissioner shall serve more than two successive terms. 

Sec. 2. No person shall be appointed a Dental Commissioner who shall not have 
been, for at least ten years previous to such appointment, a practitioner in dentistry 
in this State, and in good standing in his profession. Said commissioners shall 
appoint one of their number to be offlcal recorder, who shall keep a record of their 
official proceedings. The comptroller shall provide a suitable place in the Capitol 
for said commissioners. The commissioners shall meet in July of each year and at 
such other times as they shall designate. They shall give notice of every meeting 
for the examination of candidates by advertising the time and place thereof for one 
month in three dental journals circulating in the State. They may make rules of 
procedure for the regulation of all applications, examinations, and hearings before 
them. S lid commissioners shall make an annual report to the Governor. 

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Sec. 3. No person shall engage in the practice of dentistry unless already 
legally qualified to practice or unless such person shall have first obtained from 
said commissioners a license. All legally qualified dentists .shall be known as regis- 
tered dentists. 

Sec. 4. Every application for such license shall be in writing, signed by the 
applicant, and no license shall be issued to any person unless he shall have received 
a diploma or other certificate of graduation from some reputable dental college, or 
from a department of dentistry of a medical college conferring a dental degree, or 
unless he shall have had at least three years' continuous practice as a legally quali- 
fied dentist, or has been a registered assistant in this State. The Dental Commission 
is autliorized to determine what constitutes the colleges which shall be considered 
"reputable, dental or medical colleges" for the purposes of this A( t. 

Sec. 5. Every applicant for a license shall be examined by said commissioners 
as to his professional knowledge and skill before such license shall be granted; 
such examinations shall be conducted in the English language, and they may refuse 
to grant a license wlien satisfied that the applicant is unfit or incornpetent; they 
may for cause revoke any license that has been granted and may prohibit any 
dentist in practice from further practice on proof that such dentist has become unfit 
or incompetent. Cruelty, unskillfulness, gross negligence, indecent conduct towards 
patients, a court record of felony established within ten years last preceding such 
revocation, a violation of any provision of this Act or the aiding or abetting of such 
violation, obtaining a license or any fee by fraud or misrepresentation, or the 
advertisement of dental practice, treatment or devices, in which untruthful state- 
'ments relative to such practice, treatment, or devices are made, or habitual intem- 
perance, or 'such unprofessional conduct as shows unfitness on the part of any 
dentist, shall be sufficient cause for the revocation of a license, or prohibition to 
practice. Whenever a written complaint shall be made to a commissioner against 
any dentist, such commissioner shall investigate such ^complaint and on finding 
probable cause, shall notify the recorder who shall forthwith summon such dentist 
to appear before the dental commissioners and show cause why he should not be 
prohibited from practice, or why his license should not be revoked. 

Sec. 6. Every such complaint shall be signed by the recorder, and shall con- 
tain a statement of the causes for which the prohibition or revocation is claimed, 
and shall specify the time and place for the hearing, which shall be at least twelve 
days after the service of such complaint. Such complaint may be served by leaving 
a copy thereof, attested by the recorder, at the place of business of such dentist, or 
at his last usual place of abode, or by sending the same by mail. 

Sec. 7. Every dentist who shall, at any hearing before the commissioners, 
make or cause to be made a false statement or misrepresentation with intent to 
deceive said commissioners, shall forfeit his license, or be prohibited from practice. 

Sec. 8. Every dentist aggrieved by the action of said commissioners in the 
revocation of his license or prohibition from his practice, may appeal to the superior 
court in the county in which he resides, and such court shall, upon such appeal, 
inquire into the cause of such revocation or prohibition, and may confirm or revoke 
such order. Notice of such appeal shall be served upon said commissioners, by 
leaving with the recorder at his usual place of business an attested copy thereof, 
within twelve days after said commissioners shall have notified such dentist of 
their decision. 

Sec. 9. Upon the payment of a fee of twenty-five dollars, the Dental Commis- 
sioners shall, at their meetings, examine applicant and grant licenses to such appli- 
cants as they shall find qualified. An applicant who fails to pass a satisfactory 
examination shall be entitled to a re-examination at the next meeting of the com- 
missioners, without payment of a fee, but for any examination at a subsequent 
meeting, a fee of five dollars shall be paid. 

Sec. 10. The recorder shall keep account of moneys received by him and shall, 
annually, in November, render an account to the comptroller; and shall pay from 
the moneys received by him proper bills for the services and expenses of the com- 
missioners and recorder, and for necessary books and stationery, and shall keep all 
files, receipts, and records in his possession and deliver the same to his succesor In 
office. 

Sec. 11. All unlicensed assistants who registered their names wath the Dental 
Commissioners prior to October 1, 1907, may continue to practice as assistants under 
the following conditions: (a) They may perform dental operations on patients in 
the office of a registered or licensed dentist, (b) they shall perform such operations 
in the immediate presence of and directly under the supervision of a registered or 
licensed dentist. The Dental Commissioners may cancel the registration of any 
unlicensed assistant for any of the reasons set forth in Section 5, subject to the 
right of appeal provided for in Section 8. The provisions of this Act shall not apply 
to any practicing physician or surgeon. 



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Sec. 12. Any registered or licensed dentist may employ women assistants, who 
shall be known as dental hygienists. Such dental hygienists may remove lime 
deposits, accretions, and stains from the exposed surfaces of the teeth and directly 
beneath the free margins of the gums, but shall not perform any other operation 
on the teeth or mouth, or on any diseased tissues of the mouth. They may operate 
in the office of any registered or licensed dentist, or in any public or private insti- 
tution under the general supervision of a registered or licensed dentist. The Dental 
Commission may revoke the license of any registered or licensed dentist who shall 
permit any dental hygienist operating under his supervision to perform any opera- 
tion other than that permitted under the provisions of this section. 

Sec. 13. The Dental Commissioners may, without examination, issue a license to 
any reputable dentist of good moral character who shall have been in legal practice 
for five years or more in some other State or Territory, upon certificate of the Board 
of Dental Examiners, or like board, of the State or Territory in which such dentist 
was a practitioner, certifying to his competency, and that he is a dentist of good 
moral character, and upon payment of a fee of twenty-five dollars to said commis- 
sioners. 

Sec. 14. Any registered or licensed dentist changing his residence to another 
State shall, upon application to the Dental Commissioners, receive a certificate 
which shall state that he is a duly registered or licensed dentist in this State; and 
such certificate shall be given without payment of any fee. 

Sec. 15. Any person who owns or carries on a dental practice or business, or 
who by himself or by his servants or agents, or by. contract with others, shall per- 
form any operation or make examination of, vs^ith intent of performing or causing 
to be performed, any operation on the human teeth or jaws, or who shall describe 
himself by the word "Dentist," or letters "D.D.S.," or other words, letters, or t^tle 
in connection with his name, which in any way represents such person as engaged 
in the practice of dentistry, or who shall diagnose or treat diseases or lesions of 
the human teeth or jaws, replace lost teeth by articial ones, attempt to diagnose or 
correct malposition thereof, or who shall advertise or permit it to be done by sign, 
card, circular, handbill, or newspaper, or otherwise indicate that he, by contract 
with others or by himself, w^ill perform any of such operations, shall be deemed as 
practicing dentistry within the meaning of this Act. 

Sec. 16. During the month of December following the passage of this Act and 
biennially thereafter, each registered or licensed dentist, registered unlicensed 
assistant, and dental hygienist shall send to the recorder of the Dental Commission 
his name and address and by whom employed, with the sum of one dollar. The 
recorder shall issue on or before the first day of February biennially, a printed list 
of the names so received and shall mail to each registered and licensed dentist, 
registered unlicensed assistant, and dental hygienist a printed copy of such list. 
Any such practitioner, who shall fail to send his name to said recorder, shall be 
considered as practicing illegally, but such failure shall not be sufficient ground for 
revocation of a license or registration. Any non-resident practitioner who shall fail 
fo send his name to said recorder as herein provided shall forfeit his registration 
in this State. Such registration may be restored upon payment of a fee of twenty- 
five dollars to the commissioners. After deducting all necessary expenses for print- 
ing and mailing, the recorder shall deposit the money so received with the State 
comptroller, which money shall constitute a fund to defray expenses in securing 
evidence of illegal dental practice throughout the State and shall be at the disposi- 
tion .of the Dental Commissioners for that purpose. 

Sec. 17. No person, other than a widow or an heir of a deceased registered or 
licensed dentist, or his administrator, executor, or trustee, shall operate any dental 
office under any name other than the name of the dentist or dentists actually owning 
the practice, or a corporate name containing the name or names of such dentist or 
dentists. Each registered or licensed dentist shall exhibit his name at the entrance 
of his place of business or on his office door. 

Sec. 18. No person shall falsely claim to hold a certificate of registration, 
license, diploma, or degree granted by a society or by the Board of Dental Com- 
missioners, or, with intent to deceive the public, pretend to be a graduate of any 
dental college, or append the letters "D.D.S.," "D.M.D.," or "M.D.S.," to his name, 
without having the degree indicated by such letters conferred upon him by diploma 
from a college, school, or a board of examiners empowered to confer the same 

Sec. 19. Any person who shall violate any provision of this Act shall be fined 
not more than one hundred dollars, or imprisoned not more than six months, or 
both; and the unlawful practice of dentistry for each week shall be a separate 
ofTense. The county health officer of the county within which any such violation 
occurs shall have jurisdiction to prosecute therefor. 

Sec. 20. Chapter 277 of the General Statutes as amended by Chapter 134 of the 
Public Acts of 1905 as amended by Chapter 249 of the Public Acts of 1907, Is hereby 
repealed. 

In effect August 1, 1915. 

(Approved by the Board of Control.) 

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155 



LIST OF DEINXISXS 

ARRANGED ALPHABETICALLY BY POSTOFFICES. 

SYM BOI_Si 

*No report received. tMem. State Dental Assn. ^Registered. gMeiu. District Dental Society. 

The Postofflce address Is shown In DISPLAY TYPE, the name of the county In which It Is located 
Immediately follows, and then the population of the place. The names of Dentists appear under the 
poNtoffice name, the first number (the key to which will be found on pagres 41 to 48) Indicates the 
college of grraduation, and the last number the year in wliich diploma was granted. 



ANSOjVIA, New Haven. 17,200 

Dugan Harry Jjl 

Dwyer Francis S, 321, 1907 

Gale Arthur B, 217, 1906 

Hitchcock Melville C, 321, 1877 

McGRATH JOHN F, D D S, Indiana 
Dental College, Indianapolis, Ind. 
1902; Mem National, Conn State, 
Northeastern and New Haven Den- 
tal Socs; Hours 9 a m to 1 p m, 
2 to 5:30 p m; Tel 331-3; 160 Main 

Reiman Conrad F, 216, 1910 

Russell Robert Gjl 

Spencer Walter B, 219, 1910 

Swift R HH 



BETHEL, Fairfield. 3,041 

Hadley Wm EH 

Judson F Ethelbert, 322, 1905 



BLOOMPIELD, Hartford. 1,513 

Spring H C* 



BRANFORD, New Haven. 

Porter Charles HJI 
Thompson Wilson EHf 



2,560 



. BRIDGEPORT, Fairfield. 102,054 

Adams Carroll B,1ft 952 Main 
Alvord J Dana, 282, 1895,11 1025 Main 
Atkins Clarence E,1f 1115 Main 
Baulieu Wm J.H 83 Fairfield av 
Beardsley James E,5[ 925 Main 
Beatty B Elizabeth, 322, 1913, 629 State 
Beebe Dow R,tl 136 Fairfield av 
Beebe Ira D, 135, 1914, 136 Fairfield av 
Blume Marvin J,^ 21 P O Arcade 
Cairoli George W, 320, 1902, 886 Main 
Calhoun Wm H, 320, 1909, 1115 Main 
Callahan J Henry, 320, 1897,11 1025 

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Casey Wm T, 322, 1896, 83 Fairfield av 
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Colby Charles G, 217, 1891,11 1119 

Broad 
Cronan Stephen P, 217, 1895, 751 La- 
fayette 
Cummings Thomas F, 217, 1909, 136 

Fairfield av 
Egan Joseph L, 130, 1896, 255 Barnum 
Fagan James H, 322, 1909, 925 Main 
Faust Bernard, 301, 1916, 1261 State 
Flynn James R, 134, 1916, 209 Lewis 
FONES ALFRED C„ D D S, New York 
Coll of Dentistry, New York City, 
1890; Mem National, Northeastern, 
Conn State and Bridgeport Dental 
Socs; 10 Washington av 
Fournier Albert H,1I 925 E Main 
Ganung T Allen, 322, 1903, 1115 Main 
Garneau Peter A, 216, 1906, 1115 Main 
Gerrish Wm P, 282, 1880,t1[ 530 E 

Washington av 
Gibbs Clesson F, 320, 1891, 886 Main 
Gibbs Thomas W.H 46 Cannon 
Glattstein Isadore J.H 99 Fairfield av 
Grandage Walter, H 986 Stratford av 
Griffin S Henry, 321, 1895, 1060 Main 
Griffith Edward B, 282, 1888,t 886 Main 
Hartstein Adolph,11 1220 State 
Hawley David B, 321, 1902, 888 Main 
Herman Benjamin F, 216, 1911, 83 

Fairfield av 
Hindsley Frederick,11t 136 Fairfield av 
Hotchkiss Frederick CH 15 Fairfield av 
Keeley Joseph F, 320, 1912, 1115 Main 
Kelly James F, 322, 1908, 1298 E Main 
Kersey J J, 217, 1915, 1115 Main 
Krause David D.H 1042 Main 
Kravutske Victor H, 134, 1915, 886 

Main 
Kumpitsch Paul A,11 1128 Main 
Levy Davega, 322, 1915, 1115 Main 
Lisbona M Booth, 216, 1903, 648 State 



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BRIDGEPORT — Cont'd 
Loftus J Leo, 217, 1905, 1060 Main 
Lyon Wellford V, 282, 1897,11t 886 

Main 
McLaughlin Albert A, 175, 1914, 1115 

Main 
McLaughlin Philip J,^ 1115 Main 
McLaughlin F J, 217, 1905, 16 Cannon 
McLaughlin Wm J.H 1115 Main 
McMAHON WM E, Licensed by Conn 
State Board of Dental Examrs; 426, 
1095 Main 
Measom Edmund A,1t 136 Fairfield av 
Merritt John F,|I 1030 Main 
MOREY ERNEST WALLER, D D S, 
Philadelphia Dental Coll, Phila, Pa, 
1909; Registered in Conn, Penna and 
New Jersey; Mem New Jersey State 
Dental Soc; Hours 9 a m to 12 m 
and 2 to 5 p m; Tel 1516; 1095 Main 
Moscovits Maurice,1f 1050 Main 
Mosher Arthur W,1I 51 Pleasant 
Myers J Joseph, 320, 1903,11 1115 Main 
Neubauer George H,1I 651 B Washing- 
ton av 
•Nichols C Judson, 320, 1914, 1115 Main 
O'Hara Mortimer A, 322, 1909, 2385 

Main 
Peck Louis A,t[ 1032 Main 
Penny Charles M,tl 1115 Main 
Rector Orville, 321, 1887,11 1032 Main 
Rlddell Henry S, 143, 1912, 1115 Main 
Rosenbluth Edward S, 322, 1897, 886 

Main 
Rosenkrans E Benjamin, H 1250 Main ' 
Ryan Wm H jr,1I 1005 Broad 
Ryder C Ashley,11 868 Main 
Sage Louis E, 321, 1876, 1115 Main 
Schwartz Jacob W,1I 99 Fairfield av 
'Sherwood John N,1f 99 Golden Hill 
Spalding Clarence E,1It 635 Fairfield 
Stowowczyk RudoltH 1224 Main 
Strang Clinton W, 321, 1867, 886 Main 
Strang Robert H W, 320, 1902, 886 

Main 
SULLIVAN FRANKLIN E, D D S, 
Baltimore Coll of Dental Surgery, 
Baltimore, Md, 1908; Mem Bridge- 
port Dental Soc and Conn State 
Dental Assn; Tel 2977; 136 Fairfield 
avenue 
Turner Roy B, 304, 1902, 1042 Main 
Turney B Edward, H 1115 Main 
Tuthill Roy E, 282, 1907,11 Washington 

av cor Park av 
Uhle Frederick L,1f 1032 Main 
TJnger Isaac, 322, 1913, 693 E Main 



VanNess Ward M, 320, 1906, 83 Fair- 
field av 

Van Yorx Wilford T',1ft 670 State 

Vores Victor V, 321, 1900, 1124 Main 

Warnes Edward H S, 322, 1883,11 1062 
Main 

Weidlich Harold C, 263, 1904, 1025 
Main 

Wesbecher Bernard, 320, 1906, 430 
Barnum av 

Young Andrew D, 217, 1914, 1290 Main 



BRISTOL, Hartford. 9,527 

Beach Arthur G, 322, 18971It 

BEACH LOUIS L, D D S, Philadelphia 
Dental Coll and Garretson Hosp of 
Oral Surgery, Philadelphia, Pa, 1891; 
Mem National Dental Assn, North- 
eastern, Hartford and Conn State 
Dental Socs; Assoc 1st Dist Dental 
Soc; 170 Main 

Dow W DH 

Moore Cicero J, 217, 1905 

Mulcunry J J, 217, 1912 

Peck Henry SH 

Wilson J SewardU 



CANAAIV, Litchfield. 

Ross Hosea Ljlf 



820 



CHESHIRE, New Haven. 1,989' 

Johnson Kenneth C, 320, 1914 



CHESTER, Middlesex. 

Foster ThedoreUt 



CLINTON, Middlesex. 

Morgan H G, 217, 189811 



1,328 



1,429 



COLCHESTER, New Loudon. 

Stebbins Arthur L, 320, 1901 



978 



COLLINSVILLE, Hartford. 

Carr Ellen R, 322, 1896 
Maroney M D, 217, 1912 



1,964 



DANBURY, Fairlield. 20,234 

Benedict J Howard, H 221 Main 
Bolles George E, 322, 1903, 242 Main 
Chapman Samuel W, 322, 1891, Ht 173 

Main 
Doran Charles H. 320, 1909, 246 Main 
Downs J Clayton, 282, 1887, Ht 229y2 

Main 
Gilch George F, 134, 1915 
Hart Thomas A, 321, 1896,11 226 Main 
Hawley George K, 142, 1892,11 261 Main 
Hawley Howard W, 217, 1905, 226 

Main 



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CONNECTICUT 157 



Judd Charles A, 228, 1913, 229y2 Main 

Knox Homer.H 226 Main 

Madden John J, 320, 1911, 323 Main 

Mead Alonzo S, 282, 1892, H 301% Main 

Meaney Vincent T, 320, 1910, 203 Main 

Rider Wm H,11t 221 Main 

Thornton Christopher H,tf 83 Deer Hill 



DAjVIELSON, Windham. 2,934 

Knowles Wm HH 

Lasch Henry R, 216, 1914 

Otis Clark H, 229, 1900tf 

Sharpe O CH 

Sylvester Louis JH 

Warren Milton S, 322, 190111 



DARIEN, Fairfield. 3,111 

Godfrey John, 217, 1905 
Strohman Adolph Ffj 



DEEP RIVER, Middlesex. 1,487 

Larson Francis D, 320, 1904 



DERBY, New Haven. 8,991 

Gilson Graham L, 229, 1898 
Grosherg Max W, 285, 1909 
Henchey Joseph J, 321, 1902 
Kneen George H, 322, 1907 
McEnerney Francis P, 320, 1904 
Nettleton Charles Bllt 
Torrance Walter S, 282, 1904 



EAST HADDAM, Middlesex. 2,485 

Vroom Guysbert B, 322, 1882 



EAST HAMPTON, Middlesex. 2,223 

Gary Allen L, 217, 1912 
Schwartz Frederic G, 282, 1903 



ESSEX, Middlesex. 2,530 

Sweet Arthur M, 239, 189811 
Winnie Charles I, 320, 189911 



GREENWICH, Fairfield. 3,886 

Collins Robert G, 228, 1906 
Cook Walter AH • 
Crooker Christopher Llf 
Flanagan Owen D, 322, 1901 
Hillis Wm A, 326, 1913 
Howgate Charles WH 
Judd Edward NH 
Lindstedt Theo K, 320. 1910 
Lindstedt W E, 282, 188011 
Stone Harold A, 320, 1912 
Wilcox Harold G, 322, 1912 



GriLFORD, New Haven. 

Lewis Clifford E, 322, 1908 
Pendleton John E, 232, 1883 



1,608 



HARTFORD, Hartford. 145,356 

Abbe Leslie P,11 18 Asylum 
Abbey Elmer B, 322, 1884, Ht 902 Main 
Abbey Willis F.H 902 Main 
Abel S Lawrence, 321, 1908, 327 Trum- 
bull 
Allen Bernard H,1I 125 Trumbull 
Allen Henry R,1I 26 State 
Anderson Edward P,1I 18 Asylum 
Bailey Frank J, 217, 1901, If 2 State 
Barrett Charles E,1ft 26 State 
Barrett George F, 282, 1891, If 904 Main 
Barto Wm T,1f 36 Pearl 
Barton John F, 217, 1909, 197 Asylum 
Belzer Max W, 219, 1909, 1263 Main 
Boucher Francis A, 217, 1906, 306 Main 
Boucher Wm E, 217, 1900, 49 Pearl 
Boyle John J,1f 252 Asylum 
Bray Joseph A, 320, 1912, 573 Main 
Bray Walter D, 322, 1904, 252 Asylum 
Bridge John C F, 229, 1892, 757 Main 
Bryant Charles K, 282, 1885, If 926 

Main 
Butler Wm N,1ft 75 Pratt 
Campbell Wm E,* 904 Main 
Campion Thomas M, 320, 1915, 300 

Park 
Carney John W,1f 868 Main 
Gary Albert E, 217, 1899,1ft 904 Main 
Gary L Allen, 217, 1912, 647 Main 
Cassidy T Frank,1f 904 Main 
Gion Benjaminn B, 216, 1904, 1044 

Main 
Coroso Joseph P,1f 647 Main 
Costales Alfred W, 282, 1905, 2 Con- 
gress 
Cowlishaw James E, 321, 1909, 902 

Main 
Craigo John M,1f 847 Main 
Dahlen P J, 130, 1898, If 759 Main 
Damon Wm A, 322, 1891,1ft 92 Pearl 
Doebler John F,1ft 926 Main 
Downes Wm G, 280 1901,1ft 89 Pratt 
Dryhurst Hugh A,1ft 11 Pratt 
Dunham Frank W,1ft 902 Main 
Eberle Edward, 282, 1890,1ft 902 Main 
Eberle Monroe M,1T 902 Main 
Ewell Starr L Beckwith, 285, 1912, 902 

Main 
Farr James W, 216. 1915, 1093 Main 
Farrell Joseph A, 322, 1904, 68 Pratt 
Findon Joseph H, 216, 1905,11 721 Main 
Fisk Henry J, 321, 1885,1ft 125 Trum- 
bull 
Gengras Alfred J,1f 18 Asylum 
Ginsburg Harry A, 320, 1913, 1026 

Main 
Golden Frank A, 216, 1904, 847 Main 



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HARTFORD — Cont' d 

Goodwin Nelson J, If 783 Main 
Goodwin Nelson J jrj 783 Main 
Gowen Clarence Le R, 320, 1907, 904 

Main 
Green Howard C, 216, 1911, 389 Main 
Griswold Gilbert M,11 783 Main 
Griswold Monroe, 322, 1891, f[t 51 Pratt 
Gross Benjamin, 216, 1914, 338 Main 
Harper J Warren, 320, 1883,111 50 State 
Hart Orson H.H 95 Pearl 
Hawkins El win F,1It 36 Pearl 
Hinkson Fitzthomas A, 131, 1911, 90 

Hogan Wm J, 217, 1904, 847 Main 
Hotaling Harry A, 219, 1907, 647 Main 
Humphreys Charles A, 217, 1899,1} 721 

Main 
Hunt Alvin A,1I 125 Trumbull 
Jarvis Edward W, 321, 1900,11 125 

Trumbull 
Jones Floyd R, 320, 1914, 18 Asylum 
Jones Philip J, 320, 1914, 18 Asylum 
Kane James H, 322, 1903, 68 Pratt 
Keene James H, 320, 1909, 288 Main 
Kimberly Thomas A,11t 86 Pratt 
King John A, 217, 1909, 904 Main 
Kumpitsch Peter F,1It 75 Pratt 
Kupperstein Herman W, 228, 1915, 902 

Main 
Kupperstein Joseph, 228, 1915, 902 

Main 
LeHoullier Emerson J, 320, 1910, 6 

New Park 
Leland George H.lf 903 Main 
Levin Herman, 217, 1905, 904 Main 
Liftig Maurice D, 217, 1911, 1026 Main 
Little Samuel A, 219, 1897,t 49 Pearl 
Lockhart Herbert J,1I 14 State 
Lockhart Wm O,* 985 Main 
McCabe Wm F, 322, 1909, 26 State 
McKone John A, 320, 1907, 16 Wells 
McKone Nicholas J, 320, 1906, 561 

Main 
McLean George 0,1It 9 Asylum 
McManus Charles, 322, 1888, 80 Pratt 
McManus Henry, 322, 1890, 80 Pratt 
McManus James, 322, 1865,1[t 80 Pratt 
Moran Joseph A, 217, 1909, 847 Main 
Morrissey Charles F, 217, 1905, 903 

Main 
Motto Vincent D, 217, 1915, 6 Maple 
Mulcahy John J, 322, 1904, 89 Pratt 
Munger Edwin H, 322, 1892,111 902 

Main 
Murlless Frederick T jr, 282, 1892,11 

803 Main 
Murray Robert J, 217, 1910, 300 Park 



Parmele George L, 228, 1870,11 36 

Pearl 
Patzold Oscar G,1I 730 Main 
Pillion Henry J, 282, 1896.11 903 Main 
Prentiss Charles C,tf 926 Main 
Pressey Mark B, 228, 1903, 372 Asy- 
lum 
Reilly Harvard J.H 847 Main 
Rhein Samuel,11 1044 Main 
Riggs Charles H, 322, 1886, 902 Main 
Roberts Charles W, 322, 1900,11t 926 

Main 
Roche John J, 322, 1909, 68 Pratt 
Rosenfeld Wm H, 217, 1911, 1039 Main 
Schlosser Rudolph O, 219, 1903, 18 

Asylum 
Sears Blake A, 320, 1896^1It 847 Main 
Sears David M,t 158 Windsor av 
Sharfman Samuel S, 228, 1915, 904 

Main 
Snow Herbert E, 322, 1903,11 68 Pratt 
Spelman Leslie A,11 902 Main 
Stafford Alfred J,11 308 Park 
Taft James E, 219, 1902, 118 Asylum 
Taft Walter L, 163, 1910, 118 Asylum 
TAYLOR LEVI C, Registered (16 
Years) Lecturer on Oral Hygiene 
and Prophylaxis in Coll of Dental 
and Oral Surg, N Y City; Mem Na- 
tional, N H State, Northeastern, 
State and City Dental Assns; Assoc 
Mem 1st Dist Dental Soc of New 
York; Corresponding Mem Mass 
State Dental Soc; 68 Pratt 
Thompson John F,1I 15 Main 
Vail Francis H, 216, 1914, 739 Main 
Ward Clayton, 322, 1904, 902 Main 
Warren Mary L,11t 68 Pratt 
Whitford Ernest R,11t 68 Pratt 
Wilson Harold S, 217, 1914, 357y2 

Park 
Wright Joel F,11t 904 Main 



HAZARDVILLE, Hartford. 798 

Houghton Earl, 322, 1910 



JEAVETT CITY, New London. 3,023 

Lieberthal Robert HH 



L,AKEVIL,L,E, Litchfield. 

Bartle Henry EH 

Hard George L, 320, 1882 



1,037 



LITCHFIELD, Litchfield. 903 

Fenn Henry H, 320, 1888t 



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159 



MANCHESTER, Hartford. 2,504 

Crane Francis B, 321, 1899 
Sweet Frederick AH 



MERIDEN, New Haven. .^2,066 

Carter Benjamin HJ 92 E Main 
Charest Ernest VJ 4 Pratt 
Dickinson George H, 229, 1910, 21 Col- 
ony 
Landers Wm E F, 322, 1890, |f 14 W 

Main 
Lynn Chester,* 72 Windsor av 
Lyon Wm S,11 14 Colony 
McMahon D CHt 4 W Main 
Miller Christian O, 219, 1902, 90 W 

Main 
Murdock Frederick L,1I 30 Colony 
Patzold Hugo L,1| 66 W Main 
Rosenberg Harry S, 320, 1916, 69 E 

Main 
Rousseau Alfred A,* 34 W Main 
Russell John N, 134, 1913, 75 W Main 
Rust Theodore S, 113 E Main 
Ryan Cornelius J, 219, 1909, 621/2 E 

Main 
Scully Edward P, 320, 1911, 211 Elm 

WILLIAMS HOWARD S, D D S, The 

Thomas W Evans Museum and Den- 
tal Institute School of Dentistry, 
Univ of Penna, Philadelphia, Pa, 
1899; Registered in Conn and Mass; 
Mem Conn State Dental Assn; 
Hours 9 to 12 m, 1:30 to 5:30 p m; 
Tel 1155 Ring 3; 61 E Main 

WROBEL STANISLAUS, Attended 
Louisville Coll of Dentistry (Den- 
tal Dept Central Univ) Louisville, 
Ky, 1913-14; Baltimore Coll of Den- 
tal Surgery, Baltimore, Md, 1915-16; 
Registered; Mem New Haven and 
Conn State Dental Assns; 61 E Main 

Young Andrew D, 217, 1914, 91 Myrtle 



MIDDLETOWN, Middlesex. 20,749 

Babcock Wm E,llt 156 College 
Bransfield Jerrold F, 320, 1908, 412 

Main 
Crowell Eldron L, 320, 1910, 297 Main 
Davis Harold W, 320, 1908, 302 Main 
French Alvin P,1It 201 Main 
Gaffey Eugene F, 131, 1891,11 424 Main 
Holmes Albert E.ljf 366 Main 
Hull Chester L,1f 244 Main 
Jones Walter E, 320, 1905, 267 Main 
Lambertson Hartwell,1| 277 Main 
Lawton James A, 229, 1902, 246 Main 
Mack Harry A, 217, 1902, 360 Main 



Stebbins Edward W, 134, 1916 

Stow Reginald H, 320, 1908, 302 Main 

Watrous Oliver S, 321, 1884, 267 Main 



MILFORD, New Haven. 3,783 

Lockwood Lester D, 320, 1905 

Mahoney John ^V.jj 

Ralston Wm C, 216, 1901 . 



MOOSUP, AVindham. 1,524 

Sydleman H Djf 

MYSTIC, New London. 3,079 

Burrows RhodesH 

Leonard George S B, 320, 1902 

Smith Walter S, 282 1894111 



NAUGATUCK, New Haven. 12,722 

Gerrish Walter E, 282, 188811 
Gorton Henrylf 
O'Loughlin Frank, 217, 1905 
Roff Harry C, 322, 1902 
Tynan Maurice J, 217, 1915 



NEW BRITAIN, Hartford. 43,916 

Barker Andrew J,t 319 Main 
Beardsley Robert E,1I 353 Main 
Conger James E,1I 272 Main 
Dary Leon E, 322, 1905, 252 Main 
Dickerman Dwight H,1f 59 Arch 
Dunn Morris S, 216, 1914, 434 Main 
Erichson Charles B,1f 259 Main 
Erichson Charles F, 229 18961It 212 

Main 
Feeney Thomas A,1f 242 Main 
Forrest Frederick A B, 322, 1902,1ft 272 

Main 
Johnson Albert B, 322 1889,t 272 Main 
Lee Charles W jr,t 175 Main 
Leikin Wm, 321, 1908, 450 Main 
Leonard Edward J,* 259 Main 
Martin Henry, 216, 1911, 272 Main 
Mazeine Raymond, 320, 1901,11 259 

Main 
Monks Frederick E, 216, 1908, 193 

Main 
Norton W E, 219, 1910, 272 Main 
O'Connell Jeremiah J, 217, 1912, 321% 

Main 
Portass Benj L, 320, 1913, 252 Main 
Stearns George F, 322, 1900,11 162 Main 
Swain Charles E, 322, 189811t 269 Main 
Vivian Clifford W, 322, 1907, 272 Main 
Woram George E,1[ 252 Main 



NEW CANAAN, Fairfield. 1,672 

Cunningham Edward G, 320, 189811 
Keller Benjamin H, 217, 1904 
Lane C BU 
Tunney Thomas, 217, 1905 



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NEW HAVEN, New Haven. 165,000 

Allen Robert L, 322, 1910, 578 Howard 
Armstrong S Everston,* 792 Chapel 
Baldwin Frank G, 322, 1896, 59 College 
BARKER J TENNEY, D D S, Phila 
Dental Coll/and Hosp of Oral Sur- 
gery, Phila, Pa, 1884; Ex-Recorder 
Conn State Dental Commissioners, 
Ex-Treas Northeastern Dental Soc; 
Ex-Pres Quonehtacut Dental Club; 
Ex-Vice Pres Natl Bd of Dental Ex- 
aminers; Mem Conn State, New 
Haven and Northeastern Dental 
Socs, and 1st Dist Soc of N Y, 53 
College 
Bishop Burton F, 320, 1899, Ht 185 

Church 
Boyle Arthur A,1| 840 Chapel 
Bradley J Lucius, If 828 Chapel 
Bradley Wilmot V, 320, 1886,11 828 

Chapel 
Brennan Edward J, 134, 1915, 202 

Crown 
Brinton Malcolm H, 320, 1913, 113 

Church 
Brown Frederick W, 320, 1888,11 59 

College 
Brownstein Herman, 326, 1914, 1098 

Chapel 
Bryant Elwyn R, 322, 1902,11 185 

Church 
Burdge David V,1I 1000 Grand av 
Burwell Robert F,llt 825 Quinnipiac 

avenue 
Camp John O, 216, 1912, 176 York 
Champagne Emory C, 320, 1911, 1098 

Chapel 
Church Daniel L,llt 980 Chapel 
Cohane Sylvester T, 322, 1910, 746 

Chapel 
Cooper Burton H, 228, 1902, 130 Bri- 
stol 
Corbett Thomas J, 217, 1902,11 749 

Chapel 
Cory E Frank, 321, 1902, 1098 Chapel 
Creegan Joseph M,1I 1098 Chapel 
CROSBY ALBERT W, D D S, New 
York Coll of Dentistry, New York 
City, 1892; Ex-Pres Conn State Den- 
tal Commissioners; Grad Angle 
School of Orthodontia; Mem Conn 
State and Northeastern Dental Assn, 
Allied Socs N Y City, Horace Wells 
Club, Etc; Hours 9 a m to 1 and 2 to 
5 pm; Tel Center 3437; 59 College 
Curtis Erie CU 116 Church 
Devereaux Ambrose H, 320, 1901,11 
1110 Chapel 



Dimond Clarence B, 219, 1910, 185 

Church 
Dochelli Harry A, 217, 1914, 632 

Chapel 
Doolittle Lewis T,1I 103 Grand av 
Duval Arthur' E,ll 968 State 
Fahy George Christopher, 320, 1905, 90 

College 
Fanslowe Wm F,1I 841 Chapel 
Fleming Richard S, 217, 1857, 62 Dix- 

well av 
Frankel Bernard B, 239, 1912, 176 York 
Frary Frederick S, 228, 1914, 1215 

Chapel 
Frary Helen B,1I 1215 Chapel ' 
Gans Louis R, 322, 266 York 
Gaylord Edward S, 217, 1913, 63 Trum- 
bull 
Gaylord Raymond M, 229, 1897, 1110 

Chapel 
Genung Frank H, 322, 1901, 180 Elm, 
W H 

Chapel i 

Gompertz Jewell M, 134, 1902, 59 Col- 
lege 
Grady Michael K, 321, 1895, Ht 59 Col- 
lege 
Hatch P Francis,ll 6 Church 
Hayes Walter P,1I 818 Chapel 
Heyke John E, 320, 1899, t 152 Temple 
Hildebrand Wm B, 252, 1884, 702 How- 
ard av 
Horton Wm S,lft 185 Church 
Irving Alexander A,ll 1044 Chapel 
Johnston David W, 322, 1891, 59 Col- 
lege 
Jones Daniel A, 228, 188911t 746 Chapel 
Jones Emeline R,llt 746 Chapel 
Kelleher Charles F, 322, 1908, 1093 

Chapel 
Krall George G, 321, 1907, 19 Con- 

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Kramer Robert H, 217, 1906, 956/ 

Chapel 
Laity Matthew H, 322, 1904, 241 Or- 
ange 
Lawton George A, 320, 1891,t 176 York I 
Lax Albert.H 825 Grand av 
Levine I Maurice, 320, 1915, 212 Crown 
Loeb Morton J, 320, 1909, 35 Elm 
McGrath Joseph A, 175, 1911, 123 

Church 
McGuire Henry E, 320, 1903, 720 Grand 
McHUGH JAMES FOX, D D S, Balti- 
more Coll of Dental Surgery, Balti- 
more, Md, 1908; 7 Baldwin 
MacVean Robert K,llt 185 Church 
Mayer Wm J, 320, 1888, Ht 701 State 



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Mendillo James V, 320, 1914, 654 

Grand av 
Metcalf Wm H, 322, 1884, 400 Orange 
Millen Homer B, 322, 1905, 176 York 
Minor Philip E, 134, 1911, 137 Alden av 
Minor Waldo H, 282, 1891,11t 271 Or- 
ange 
Monks Leon D, 300, 1892, 781 Chapel 
Morris Robert D, 320, 1912, 250 Dix- 

well av 
Moscovitz Isadore S,* 243 S Meadow 
Miinson Wilford G, 320, 1912, 156 Or- 
ange 
Nettleton George H, 320, 1906, 59 Col- 
lege 
Nichols Henry R S, 282, 1891,11 203 

York 
O'Brien Edward F, 219, 1905, 730 

Grand av 
Oliver Wm B, 320, 1910, 739 Chapel 
O'MARA DANIEL JOSEPH, D JVI D, 
Harvard Univ Dental School, Bos- 
ton, Mass, 1914; Asst Stomatologist 
New Haven Hosp and New Haven 
Orphan Asylum; Mem Permanent 
Staff Forsyth Dental Infirmary for 
Children; Mem Conn State, New 
Haven and Natl Dental Assns, Har- 
riett N Lowell Society for Research, 
Harvard Alumni Assn and Delta 
Sigma Delta Fraternity; Hours 9 
a m to 12 m and 2 to 5 pm; Tel 
Center 6187-2; Professional Bldg 
O'Neil Thomas F, 216, 1914, 810 Chap- 
el 
Oneto Ralph A ir,tl 39 Church 
Parsons Frank C, 322, 1898,If 185 

Church 
Peabody Robert S, 217, 1896,11 156 Or- 
ange 
Peek Marshall H, 322, 1909, 763 Chapel 
Putnam George W, 282, 1899, 527 

Campbell av, W H 
Quin Walter S,!I 320, 1901, 185 Church 
Quinn Joseph F, 322, 1914, 938 Chapel 
Ragan Francis J, 219, 1912, 485 Camp- 
bell av, W H 
Rice Arthur M, 217, 1879, Ht 101 Or- 
ange 
Richards Edward L, 320, 1905, 1851/2 

Dixwell av 
Ritch Samuel W, 321, 1905, If 39 Center 
Roberts Frank P,f 1056 Chapel 
Rosoff Abraham B, 320, 1914, 1109 

Chapel 
Ruden Alexander S, 152, 1915, 902 
- Chapel 



Beheld Wm.tl 167 Campbell, W H 
Sharp Jacob, 320, 1914, 6 Church 
Slater Arthur F, 322, 1896,11 42 College 
Smiley E Bertram, 219, 1904, 972 

Chapel 
Smith Charles CH 980 Chapel 
Somerset Charles W, 320, 1903, 1125 

Chapel 
Spang Henry A, 282, 1890, 267 Orange 
Terranova Giuseppe, H 632 Chapel 
Tiley Curtis B, 322, 1886, f 82 Trum- 
bull 
Toplit&ke Edward A,tl 1082 Chapel 
Wallace Fred.lj 928 Chapel 
Ward Burton H,1I 48 Church 
Watson Theodore L, 239, 1903, 267 Or- 
ange 
Wesbecher Bernard, 320, 1906, 6 

Church 
West George H,1I 817 Chapel 
White Chester A, 320, 1903, 1024 

Chapel 
Wieser George, 322, 1904, 59 College 
Wilmot Frederick G.Ht 20 Elm 
Woisard Henry H,1| 841 Chapel 
Wolodarsky J Nathaniel, 322, 1915, 39 
Church 



NEW LONDON, New London. 19,659 

Abernathy E G,1I 85 State 
Bates George N, 321, 1899,11 231 State 
Bishop Albert A.H 27 State 
Bradshaw Charles- F,11 84 State 
BROOKS CLARENCE G, D D S, Phil- 
adelphia Dental Coll and Garretson 
Hosp of Oral Surgery, Phila, Pa, 
1907; Mem Natl Dental Assn, Conn 
State and Northeastern Dental Socs; 
Ex-Pres New London Co Dental Soc; 
Ex-Pres Gamma Chapter Xi Psi Phi 
Dental Fraternity; Hours 9 a m to 1 
and 2 to 5 p m; Tel 850; 245 State 
Browne Richard W, 282, 1867,1f 170 

Broad. Retired 
Corrigan Frank J, 217, 1904, 29 Union 
Fitch Elihu P, 217, 1896,11 140 State 
Hart Albert B,1I 106 State 
Howard Frank M, 322, 1897,1It 32 Main 
Keeler Ralph H, 282, 1897, 231 State 
Keeney V/allace B.H 108 State 
Lawton Josephine, 322, 1907, 62 Wash- 
ington 
Lear Morris F, 282, 1915, 4 Bank 
Linsley James R,11 302 State 
Miner J Otis, 217, 1905, 48 Main 
Morris Charles H, 322, 1890,1] 133 State 
Norkett Frank 8,11 1 46 State 



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NEW LONDON — Cont'd 
Prentis Arthur V, 282, 1901, t 139 State 
Prentis Edward,lf 139 State 
Prince J Augustus, f[ 74 State 
Shay James M.H 47 Main 
Sherwood August A, 189, 1906, 154 

State 
Youngs Olin H, 216, 1911, 159 State 



NEW MILFORD, Litchfield. 

Blackman C B, 326, 1898![ 
Blinn Charles P, 320, 189911 
Carroll James Pff 
Tappan Charles A![ 



4,804 



NEWTOWN, Fairfield. 

McLaughlin W J* 

Nichols Henry S, 282. 1891 



NIANTIC, New London. 

Bishop Adam Flj 



434 



1,138 



NORWALK. Fairfield. 12,000 

Baldwin Winfield H.Ht 282, 1888 
Chasmar Charles R,1I 282, 1897 
Clune Thomas P, -282, 1898 
Cornell Herbert J, 282, 1898 
Hefferan Harry H, 134, 1914 
Many Charles W.H 
Millard Joseph J, 282, 1915 
Newkirk James C,tlt 
Osterbanks Everett S, 322, 1902 



NORWICH, New Loudon. 20,367 

Bidwell Frank N, 322, 1890, 8 Bdway 
Chamberlain Clifton R, 322, 1905, 287 

Main 
Collins Robert J,1[ 148 Main 
Comeau Geo A,tl 16 Franklin sq 
Couture Raymond J, 219, 1909, 52 

Providence Taftville 
Coyle Dennis J, 219, 1912, 203 Main 
Crowley Thoms, 322, 1907, 278 Main 
Eldred C Barker, H 43 Broadway 
Eldred Vincent D,If 43 Broadway 
Hiscox Vernon, 216, 1896,t 108 Main 
Holms Frank W, 282, 1899, 187 Main 
Jackson Frederick C,t[ 203 Main 
Jones Ernest J, 216, 1904, 10 Shetucket 
King John M,TI 278 Main 
Kinkhead Richard R, 301, 1897, 237 

Main 
Kirby Edward jr, 134, 1916, 57 Lincoln 
Leqnard Wm W, 320, 1904, 16 Frank- 
lin sq 
McLaughlin Wm CH 45 Broadway 
Richards Alfred, If 16 Franklin sq 
Sinay Albert J, 216, 1912, 321 Main 
Sydleman Henry D,1I 4 Stanton av 



OAKVILLE, Litelifield. 

Gokey Harry M, 229, 1903 



789 



PUTNAM, Windham. 6,637 

Houghton Harry A, 322, 1905 
Sharpe Harry, 229, 1896 
Sharpe Wm Hf[ 
Simpson E L1| 
Strahan Arthur Htft 
Wright Harry BH 



RIDGEFIELD, Fairfield. 1,114 

Lane Chauncey Bif 
Northrop Horace W, 282, 1888 • 
Stalford Philip P, 320, 1904 
VanSaunt Edward B, 282, 189811 



ROCKVILLE, Tolland. 7,977 

Allen George Wift 
Hassett John E, 228, 1906 
MacGeorge Wm CUt 
Metcalf Martin V Bff 
Robinson Walter M, 322, 1900 



SAYBROOK, Middlesex. 1,634 

Wolfe W H|f 



SEYMOUR, New Haven. 3,541 

Burns Hugh M, 216, 1910 



SHELTON, Fairfield. 4,807 

Finn George J, 322, 1911 
McGrath Wm J, 175, 1907 



SIMSBURY, Hartford. 2,094 

Butler George D* 



SOUTHINGTON, Hartford. 3,714 

Cutting Almond J, 216, 1884 
Degnan Wm N, 216, 1907 
Ralston Thomas A, 216, 19021[t 
Reed AugustH 



SOUTH MANCHESTER, Hartford. 4 

Cramer Wm L, 320, 189811 
Dolan Edward G, 320, 1912 
Green Ward E, 322, 1909 
Grimley John J, 219, 1908 
Hotaling H A, 219, 1907 
Lockhart Arthur E* 
McCarthy Edward F, 322, 1904 
Maine Myron M, 217, ISSlUt 
Mara Clarence W, 216, 1914 
Parker C MH 

Renehan John Leo, 216, 1913 
Rogers A E, 217, 1906 



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SOUTH IVORWALK, Fairfield. 

Bennett Ralph M, 322, 1907 
Boutwell Charles Ftft 
Crosby Francis D, 322, 1892 
Hoyt Frank B, 282, 1897 
Kendall George S, 282, 1877t 
Mallery J HammondU 
Morgan Russell E, 322, 1901 
O'Connor John A, 320, 1913 
Weed Wm L, 282, 1890t 



13,000 



STAFFORD SPRINGS, Tolland. 

€omins A O, 322, 189111 
Eaton Lucius F, 322, 189211 
Sullivan Patrick EH 
Tsehummi Claude BH 



3,059 



STAMFORD, Fairfield. 28,836 

Ailing Eugene S, 322, 1909, 39 Sub- 
urban av 
Cook Walter R,* 442 Atlantic 
Coulson A George, H 59 Atlantic 
DeCamp Charles A, 285, 1909, 29 River 
Dolan Frank D, 21, 1907, 380 Atlantic 
Gibb Wm L, 320, 1905, 307 Atlantic 
Gillies John S,* 558 Main 
Gregory Wm H, 282, 1898,11 144 At- 
lantic 
Hartnett Wm J, 216, 1894, 288 Main 
HERTZ JOHN D, D D S, Pennsylvania 
Coll of Dental Surgery, Philadelphia, 
Pa, 1893; 194 Atlantic 
Katz David,* 422 Atlantic 
Ketcham Stuart T, 320, 1910, 254 At- 
lantic 
Ketcham Theodore V, 320, 1881, 254 

Atlantic 
Larkin Edmund J,* 10 Park Row 
Lilliendahl John R, 320, 1914, 1 Bank 
MacLean Archibald J, 219, 1906, 1 Bank 
Marstaller Wm F.H 91 Atlantic 
Nolan Harry G, 282, 1898, 83 Atlantic 
Offen Roger L, 320, 1913, 194 Atlantic 
Pomeroy Eltwood W.f 324 Main 
Pomeroy Wm H,ll 324 Main , 
Prange C E,ll 268 Atlantic 
Prior Philip W, 320, 1893,11 59 Atlantic 
Reininger Frederick A,ll 16 4th 
Rose Albert A,ll 366 Atlantic 
Rothenberg Louis H, 216, 1906, 308 At- 
lantic 
Rule Oliver T, 320, 1899, 1 Bank 
Ryder Wm R,ll 308 Atlantic 
Ryle J Joseph, 326, 1902, 246 Atlantic 
Schlechtweg Charles B, 281, 1896,11 347 

Atlantic 
White Charles A.H 35 Bedford pi 



STOIVIIVGTON, New London. 

Dennehey Owen J, 217, 1909 
Maine Charles E, 282, 188811 
Weeks James Hll 



2,083 



THOMASTON, Litchfield. 3,300 

Baxter Thomas F, 132, 1899111 
Parsons Frederick S, 282, 1892 
Reichenbach Wm C, 216, 1901 



THOMPSONVILLE, Hartford. 4,012 

Gibbs D JH 

Mudge CushingH 

Thornton Benjamin H, 229, 189111t 

Wiley Louis N, 322, 189211 



TORRINGTON, Litchfield. 15,483 

Conran James J, 320, 1910 
Doolittle Alvin WH 
Gaylord David W, 322, 1907 
Guildford Arthur E, 219, 1905 
Haag Maurice W, 219, 1907 
Henchey Bartholomew F, 321, 190011 
O'Connell John F, 217, 1914 
Sabine Rolla, 280, 1897 
Thompson Austin C, 322, 189511 



UNIONVILLE, Hartford. 1,S75 

Hart Walter S, 322, 1898111 



VERNON. See Rockvllle 



WALLINGFORD, New Haven. 

Brosman John J, 320, 1906 
Craig George HHt 
Friderich Julius M, 320, 1911 
Hayes John RH 
Kimberly Jared TH 



11,155 



WASHINGTON, Litchfield. 

Boe Edward J, 134, 1912 
Cummings Ernest, 321, 1907 



1,825 



WATERBURY, New Haven. 73,141 

ABBOTT EDMUND JANES, D D S, 

Phila Dental Coll and Garretson 
Hosp of Oral Surg, Phila, Pa, 18^9; 
Registered; E:;-Pres Conn State 
Dental Assn; Ex-Pres Waterbury 
Dental Soc; Mem Northeastern 
Dental Assn; 81 Euclid av; Tel 
Connection 
Adams Edgar G, 219, 1910, 199 Bank 
Beadle Heber H, 219, 1899, 111 Grand 
BEECHER. WILLIAM O, D D S, Phila 
Dental Coll and Garretson Hosp of 
Oral Surgery, Phila, Pa, 1899; Ex- 
Pres Conn State Dental Assn; Ex- 
Pres Waterbury Dental Soc; Mem 



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WATERBUR Y— C on t' d 

1st Dist Dental Soc of N Y; Mem. 
National and Northeastern Dental 
Assns; 63 Bank; Tel 320; Regis- 
tered 
Bell Leslie C jr, 305, 1905, 25 Plaza 

avenue 
Berman Maurice D,il 220 N Main 
Borchard Joseph W, 322, 1907. 108 

Bank 
Brewster Wm B, 322, 1904, 108 Bank 
Brockett Raymond W, 216, 1913, 111 

W Main 
Buchanan Prank J, 322, 1904, 111 W 

Main 
Burns Harry A, 322, 1910, 113 Bank 
Carmody James F, 322, 1910, 108 Bank 
Carroll James C, 322, 1912, 317 N 

Main 
Costa Rudolph B,V, 95 Bank 
Daniels Frederick C, 239, 1914, 144 

Bank 
Donahue Daniel P,* 4 Grove 
Eager Frank L,1I 65 Bank 
Earl Rufus W, 322, 1903, 168 E Main 
Erbe Frank J, 322, 1897, ^t 108 Bank 
Fischer Henry L,,1I 148 Grand 
Frost Minnie L,tl 52 Central av 
Galvin James P, 217, 1911, 278 E 

Main 
Gates Clarence E, 322, 1880, Ilia Bank 
Greenberg Wm B, 320, 1906, 111 W 

Main 
Herr Frederick W, 320, 1905, 63 Bank 
Herr George G, 320, 190?, 63 Bank 
Hill Cliflord J, 322, 1902, f 65 Bank 
HOLMES ARTHUR B, D D S, Phila 
Dental Coll and Garretson Hosp of 
Oral Surgery, Phila, Pa, 1907; At- 
tending Dental Surg Waterhury 
Hosp; Pres Waterbury Dental Soc; 
Mem National and Conn State Den- 
tal Assns; Northeastern Dental Soc; 
1st Dist Dental Soc of N Y and Xi 
Psi Phi Fraternity; 63 Bank 
Lancaster George F, 326, 1903, 111 W 

Main 
McCarthy Charles H, 320, 1908, 108 
Bank 

McDonald john j, d d s, Phiia 

Dental Coll and Garretson Hosp of 
Oral Surg, Phila. Pa, 1903; Mem 
Conn State and Waterbury Dental 
Socs; Hours 9 a m to 12 m, 1:30 to 
5:30 p m; Tel 574; 63 Bank 
McElligott Wm J, 322, 1895, 63 Bank 
McLaughlin Frank E, 322, 1895, 111 
Grand 



Mahan Francis A, 326, 1912, 3 Center 
Marggraff Frederick C, 321, 1899, 12a 

N Main 
Mora Carlos M,|I 195 N Main 
MOVER EDWARD W, D D S, Balti- 
more Coll of Dental Surg, Baltimore, 
Md, 1887; Mem Conn State Dental 
Assn and Waterbury Dental Soc; 
Office Hours 9:30 to 12 m, 1:30 to 
4:30 p m; 121 Bank; Tel 530 
Neff Wm E, 217, 1902, 199 Bank 
O'Brien Thomas A, 219, 1907, 63 Bank 
O'Connell John F, 217, 1914, 127 E 

Main 
Partridge George T, 216, 1903, 19 S 

Main 
Patzold Emil R,^ 95 Bank 
Reynolds Jotham G,* 50 Barik 
Rogers Arthur E, 217, 1906, 27 W 

Main 
Ryder Frank L,tl 141 Bank 
Sapranas Stasys, 152, 1915, 705 N 

Riverside 
Scott Frederick A, 322, 1905, 111 

Grand 
Spain Wm C, 322, 1912, 108 Bank 
Stevens H Warren, 321, 1904, 79 N 

Main 
VAN WAGNER ROY W, D D S, Phila 
Dental Coll and Garretson Hosp of 
Oral Surgery, Phila, Pa, 1901; Mem 
Waterbury Dental Soc; Conn State 
and National Dental Assns; Extract- 
ing of Teeth with Nitrous Oxide 
Gas a Specialty; Hours 9 a m to 
12 m and 1:30 to 5 p m; Lilley 
Bldg, 111 W Main 
Vineberg Solomon, 326, 1914, 177 N 

Main 
Whitright Samuel L,tl 40 E Main 
Williams James B, 321, 1902, 1696 
Baldwin 



WATERFORD, New liOndon. 2,904 

Howard Frank M, 322, 1894tf 
Rogers G HH 



AVATERTOWX, Litchfield. 3.100 

Marggraff Herman D, 228, 1907 



WEST HAVEN (See New Haven) 



WESTPORT, Fairfield. 4,017 

Hunter Arthur M, 320, 1905 
Nichols Clifford L GH 
Ollayos Wm J, 320, 1914 
Wheeler Wm B, 320, 19,0011 
Williams Robert JU 






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WILLIMANTIC, Windham. 11,230 


Murlless Frederick TH 


Gorton Edward EH 


Richmond T Harvey, 217, 1911 


Jackson Frederick Cff 






McKenna L FJI 


WINSTED, LLtchfleld. 7,764 


Royce Charles J, 320, 1897 


Burwell Robert MHt 


Scripture Chester M, 320, 190211 


Case George C, 320, 189711 


Segar Albertus V, 320, 1888 


Duffy Edward T* 


Sullivan John Louis, 322, 1900 


Glynn Thomas H, 320, 1905 


Taylor D Everett, 320, 1892 


Plant Louis B, 322, 1895111 


Tiesing Herbert E F, 219, 1904 


Provost Howard G, 230, 18841It 


Wilcox George E, 282, 188911 


ROYS FRANK E, D D S, Univ 




of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa, 




WINDSOR LOCKS, Hartford. 3,062 


1889; 382 Main 


McCarthy Edward F, 322, 1904 


Smith Wiley TH 



DELAWARE 

CAPITAL, DOVER 



Population of State, 209,817 
(U. S. Census Bureau, 1914) 
Number of Dentists, 80 
For list of Dental Colleges, see page 43. 



STATE BOARD OP DENTAL EXAMINERS 
President, S. H. Johns, Wilmington; Secretary, C. R. Jefferis, 1016 Delaware 
Ave., Wilmington; Treasurer, C. J. Kinkead, Wilmington; J. D. Brown, Wilming- 
ton; R. F. Corley. Smyrna. 



DENTAL LAW OF DELAWARE 

LAWS RELATING TO THE PRACTICE OF DENTISTRY IN THE STATE OF 

DELAWARE 

(Act of March 31, 1885) 

Section 1. That it shall be unlawful for any person who is not, at the time 

of the passage of this Act a recognized practitioner of dentistry in this State, and 

so recognized by the profession, to practice dentistry unless he or she shall have 

obtained a certificate as hereinafter provided. 

Sec. 2. That a Board of Examiners, to consist of five reputable practicing: 
dentists, is hereby created, whose duty it shall be to carry out the purposes and 
enforce the provisions of this Act. The members of said board shall be appointed 
by the Governor, who shall select them from the dentists residing in the State. 
The term for which the members of said board shall hold their offices shall be for 
four years, except that two members of the board first to be appointed under this 
Act, shall be designated by the Governor to hold their offices for the term of two 
and three and four years respectively, unless sooner removed by the Governor, and 
until their successors shall be duly appointed. In a case of vacancy occurring' in 
such board, such vacancy shall be filled in like manner by the Governor. 

Sec. 3. That said board shall choose one of its members president and one 
secretary thereof. It shall fix the time and place of its meeting or meetings. It 
shall hold regular meetings for the examination of applicants for certificates to 
practice at least once every three months. It shall have the power to frame By-Laws 
governing its procedure, and making a reasonable charge, not exceeding twenty 
dollars, for the examination of each applicant. A majority of said board shall at all 
times constitute a quorum, and the proceedings thereof shall at all reasonable times 
be open to a public inspection. The board shall also make an annual report of iti 
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Sec. 4. That within six months from the time this Act takes effect, it shall be 
the duty of every person who is at that time engaged in the practice of dentistry 
in this State, to cause his or her name and residence or place of business to be 
registered with said Board of Examiners, -who shall keep a book for that purpose. 
The statement of every such person shall be verified under oath before a Notary 
Public or a Justice of the Peace, in such a manner as may be prescribed by the said 
Board of Examiners. Every person who shall so register -with said Board as a 
practitioner of dentistry may continue to practice the same as such, and shall 
receive a certificate of such registration upon his or her paying the said board one 
dollar for such certificate. 

Sec. 5. That any and all persons who shall desire to commence such practice 
after the passage of this Act, shall appear before said board, at any of its regular 
meetings, and be examined with reference to their knowledge and skill in dental 
surgery, and if the examination of any such person or persons shall prove satis- 
factory to said board, the Board of Examiners shall issue to such persons as they 
shall find to possess the requisite qualifications a certificate to that effect. In 
accordance with the provisions of this Act. All certificates issued by said board shall 
be signed by its officers, and ,such certificates and diplomas, granted as aforesaid, 
shall be prima facie evidence of the right of the holder to practice dentistrj- in the 
State of Delaware. 

It shall not be lawful for any person or persons to engage in the practice of 
dentistry, without first having received a certificate from the said board, as herein 
provided, nor shall it be lawful for any person or persons, with or without such 
certificate, to allow to practice in his, her or their office, or in his, her or their 
name or names, any person or persons who are not duly qualified, according to the 
provisions of this Act. 

Sec. 6. That any person who shall wilfully violate any of the provisions' of 
this Act shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof, in 
any court having criminal jurisdiction, maj'' be fined not less than fifty dollars nor 
more than three hundred, or be confined not more than six months in the county 
jail, in the discretion of the court. All fines received under this Act shall be paid 
Into the common school fund of the city or county in which such' conviction, takes 
.place. 

Sec. 7. It shall be the duty of the board to investigate any charges of a viola- 
tion of any of the provisions of this Act which may be brought to its attention, and 
to report the result of such investigation to the Attorney General of the State. 

Sec. 8. The State Board may, without examination, issue a license to any 
applicant therefor, who shall furnish satisfactory proof, said proof to be deposited in 
person with the secretary of the State Board of Dental Examiners of this State, 
that he has been duly licensed to practice dentistry in some State other than Dela- 
ware, and that he has been lawfully and reputably engaged in said practice for five 
years next preceding his application, provided, however, that the State recommend- 
ing such applicant requires a preliminary education required in this State and pro- 
vided the State in ■w'hich he lives extends to the dentists of this State who may 
remove to said State, a similar privilege of practicing without examination. 

The fee for such a license shall be twenty dollars ($20.00). 

Sec. 9. That nothing in this Act shall' be so construed as to interfere with the 
rights and privileges of physicians and surgeons in the discharge of their pro- 
fessional duties. 

Sec. 10. That this Act shall take effect from the date of its passage. 

EXTRACTS FROM THE BY-LAWS OP THE DELAWARE STATE BOARD OP 
DENTAL EXAMINERS REGARDING THE ADMISSION TO PRACTICE 

The Delaware State Board of Dental Examiners meets for the examination of 
candidates for certificates to practice dentistry in the State of Delaw^are, the first 
Wednesday in January, April, July and October. 

The following are the requirements of the Board: The candidate must give a 
written notice of his desire to take the examination at least two weeks before the 
date of meeting, accompanied by $20.00 fee. 

The insertion of one gold filling before the examiner in practical operating; 
the candidate furnishing his own patient, instruments and materials, excepting an 
engine, which will be furnished. 

The diploma of graduation from a recognized dental college must be shown, 
together with a late photograph of the candidate. Also an affidavit made before 
one of our local Notaries Public in the presence of a member of the board, that the 
candidate is the person named in the diploma. 

The photograph and affidavit being retained by the board. 

Any candidate failing to pass the board shall not be eligible for re-examlnatlon 
before the date of the next regular meeting, and then only on the same conditions 
as a new candidate. Including fees. 



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LIST OF DElNTIS-rS 

ARRANGED ALPHABETICALLY BY POSTOFFICES. 

SYM BOI_S: 

*No report received. tMem. State Dental Assn. HRegistered. ^Mem. District Dental Society. 

The Postofflce address is sliown In DISPLAY TYPE, the name of the county In which It is located 
Immediately follows, and then the population of tlie place. 'The names of Dentists appear under the 
poHtoffice name, the first number (the liey to which will be found on pagres 41 to 48) Indicates tbe 
collc-sre of grraduatlon, and the last number the year in wliich diploma was granted. 



DELAWARE CITY, Newcastle. 

Benton G A* 



1,132 



DOVER, Kent, 3,720 

Fournival A BerthaH 
Sipple Cahill, 326, 1901 
Twilley James MUt 



FRANKFORD, Sussex. 385 

Murray Levin EJI 
Tankard P W, 217, 1898 



FREDERICA, Kent. 659 

Carlisle Lester L, 320, 189711 



GEORGETOWN, Sussx. 1,609 

Chesser Page P A, 217, 1910 
Messick John Wtit 
Robinson Thomasf 



HARRINGTON, Kent. 

Refsnyder C A* 



2,166 



LAUREL, Sussex. 2,166 

Bennett Ralph L, 320, 1900 
Hitch Gaylord A, 217, 1898|f 



LEWES, Sussex. 2,158 

Cannon John G, 321, 1897 
Robinson John B, 320, 188911 



MIDDLETOWN, New Castle. 

Barnard W B, 320, 1890 
Combs Wm S P, 216, 1906 
Johnson J Allen, 322, 1897 



1,399 



MILFORD, Keat. 2,603 

Grier Frank L, 321, 1894 
Grier G L, 321, 1891 
Grier Walter L, 821, 190011 
Messick George E, 321. 188911 
Williams E T, 321, 1905 



SEAFORD, Sussex. 2,108 

Cannon Charles RH 

Cottingham Thomas F, 322, 189611 

Hollis Charles M, 326, 190111 



SMYRNA, Kent. 1,843 

Gorley Roy F, 320, 1900 
Smithers David TH 



WILMINGTON, New Castle. 97,840 

Ashbrook W B, 216, 1895,11 619 Market 
Baker Boyd H, 320, 1888,11 1022 Jack- 
son 
Bentley Harvey W, 320, 1910, 703 Mar- 
ket 
Betts Horace, 322, 1899,11 1103 Adams 
Bradley Edward J, 326, 1910, 919 Mar- 
ket 
Brobst Millard CH 607 Ford bldg 
Brown J Draper jr, 320, 1912, 610 Del- 
aware av 
Buckmaster Frank A, 219, 1903,11 304 

Poplar 
Burnham Edward P, 320, 1889,11 608 W 

10th 
Cann J Albert, 320, 1906, 811 Market 
Church Charles A, 321, 1906, 504 W 
9th 

Cox George E, 134, 1914, 839 Market 
Davis Max, 321, 1907, 608 Market 
Davis Robert.H 608 Market 
Duffy Wm A, 134, 1914, 907 W^est 
Garrett Elwocd S, 322, 1908, 1007 

West 
Garrett Henry jr, 322, 1874,11 1007 

West 
Garrett Wm R, 322, 1874,11 1007 West 
Gluckman Louis D, 320, 1915, 411 Mar- 
ket 
Goberman Abraham, 219, 1911, 400 

Market 
Gough Albert H, 216, 1903, 221 Ford 

bldg 
Hallett James H, 321, 1908, 904 Market 
Harris Wm E, 320, 1895,11 211 W 10th 
Hendershot Alexander M, 321, 1897,11 

Odd Fellows bldg 
JEFFERIS CHARLES R, D D S, Phila- 
delphia Dental Coll and Garretson 
Hosp of Oral Surgery, Phila, Pa, 
1882; Sec Delaware State Board of 
Dental Examrs; New Century Club 
Bldg, 1014 Delaware av 
Jefferis Charles R jr, 322, 1900, 1016 

Delaware av 
Johns Samuel H, 322, 1885,11 838 Van 
Buren 



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WILMINGTON — Cont'd 

Jones Robert H, 322, 1882,tl 503 W 
10th. Retired 

Keaveney P Henry, 320, 1901,11 922 
Jefferson 

Kinkead Charles J, 322, 1887,!It 828 
Washington 

Lenderman Isaac S, 320, 1908, 826 Jef- 
ferson 

Marls Robert H, 320, 1912, 1009 Jef- 
ferson 

Moore Harry C, 322, 1892,11 9th cor 
Market 

Moore Robert F, 216, 1898,11 705 Mar- 
ket 

Moreland Harry T, 320, 1907, 1232 W 
4th 

Morris John R, 320, 1908, 706 Market 

Norris Wm H, 321, 1898,1T 201 Bornot 
bldg 

Outten L Randolph, 216, 1912, 1618 
W 14th 

Peirce J Frank, 320, 1903, 811 Market 



Pierce Charles F, 326, 1900, 611 Dela- 
ware av 

Rice C Sherburne, 320, 1889,11 411 W 
22d 

Rumford Lewis, 320, 1900, cor Park pi 
and Adams 

Seaton Wm C, 216, 1897,11 705 Market 

Smith Franklin C, 219, 1898, 511 W 9th 

Speakman Wm C, 320, 1891, 1201 Del- 
aware av 

Stack Walter O, 216, 1897,11 615 Del- 
aware av 

Sykes George J, 131, 1909, 10th cor 
Walnut 

Traynor Philip A, 320, 1895,11 807 
Washington 

Watson Howard C, 216, 1901, Ford 
bldg 

Winner James M,11 410 Equitable bldg 

Winner J Norman, 321, 1907, 410 Equit-' 
able bldg 

Wright Wm E, 322, 1891,11 315 Ford 
bldg 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 



Population, 353,378 
(U. S. Census Bureau, 1914) 
Number of Dentists, 471 
For list of Dental Colleges, see page 43. 



STATE BOARD OF DENTAL EXAMINERS 

President, P. E. Brengle; Secretary, Starr Parsons; C. W. Cuthbertson; W. B. 
Daly; H. J. Nichols; all of Washington. 



DENTAL COLLEGES 

George Washington University, Dental Department, 1325 H St., N. W., Wash- 
ington—Dean, J. R. Walton, D. D. S. 

Georgetown University School of Medicine, Dental Department, 920 H St., 
N. W., Washington— Dean, S. W. Bowles, D. D. S. 

Howard University Dental College, Cor. 5th and W Sts., N. W., Washington — 
Dean, E. A. Balloch, M. D.; Vice-Dean, A. J. Brown, D. D. S. - ; 



DENTAL SOCIETIES 

Pistrict of Columbia Dental Society — President, Fenton Bradford; Vice-Presi- 
dent, A. S. Wolfe; Secretary, H. J. Nichols; Treasurer, M. F. Finley; all of 
Washington. 

National Capital Dental Society — President, M. M. Dolmage; Vice-President,, 
W. C. Killinger; Secretary, Starr Parsons; all of Washington. 



DENTAL LAW OF DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 

AN ACT for the regulation of the practice of dentistry in the District of Columbia, 
and for the protection of the people from empiricism in relation thereto. 

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States ot 
/merica in Congress assembled: 



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REGISTER AND DIRECTORY (1917) DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 169 

Section 1. That it shall be unlawful for any person to practice dentistry in 
the District of Columbia unless such person shall register with the health officer 
in compliance with the requirements hereinafter provided. 

Sec. 2. That a board to carry out the purposes of this Act is hereby created, 
to be known as the Board of Dental Examiners, to consist of five reputable dentists 
resident of and for three years last before appointment actively engaged in the 
practice of dentistry in the District of Columbia, to be appointed by the Commis- 
sioners of said District for terras of live years and until their successors are 
appointed; Provided, That the first five appointments shall be made for terms of one, 
two, three, four, and five years, respectively. A majority of said board shall con- 
stitute a quorum. Vacancies occurring in said board shall be filled by appointment 
of eligible persons for unexpired terms. 

Sec. 3. That it shall be the duty of the Board of Dental Examiners, first, to 
organize by electing one of their number president and one secretary, to provide 
necessary books and blank forms, and publicly announce the requirements of this 
Act and the time, place, and means of complying with its provisions within thirty 
days from its passage; second, to promptly certify to the health officer for registra- 
tion all who are engaged in the practice of dentistry in said District at the time of 
passage of this Act engaged in the practice of dentistry in said District at the time 
of passage of this Act who apply therefor; third, to test the fitness and pass upon 
the qualifications of peisons desiring to commence the practice of dentistry in said 
District after the passage of this Act and certify to the health officer for registra- 
tion such as prove, under examination in theory and practice of dentistry, qualified 
in the judgment of the board to practice dentistry in said District; fourth, to report 
immediately information of any violation of this Act, and annually the transactions 
of the board to the Commissioners of the District of Columbia: Provided, That all 
graduates of dental colleges which require a three years' course of study shall be 
entitled to certificates upon payment of the certification fee and without examina- 
tion as to their qualifications. 

Sec. 4. That it shall be the duty of every person practicing dentistry in said 
District at tlie time of the passage of this Act to make application to said board, 
in form prescribed by said board, for certification, and present the certificates thus 
obtained for registration to the health officer within sixty days from the passage of 
this Act. Every such person so registering may continue to practice without incur- 
ring the penalties of this Act. 

Sec. 5. That persons desir-ing to commence the practice of dentistry in said 
District after the passage of this Act shall first obtain a certificate of qualification 
from the Board of Dental Examiners, granted under authority conferred upon said 
board by Section 3 of this Act, and present the same to the health officer for regis- 
tration. 

Sec. 6. That it shall be the duty of the health officer to register all persons 
presenting certificates from said board in a book kept for this purpose, and indorse 
upon each certificate the fact and date of such registration. 

Sec. 7. That certificates issued and indorsed under the provisions of this Act 
shall be evidence of the right of the person to whom granted to practice under 
this Act. 

Sec. 8. That anyone 'who shall practice or attempt to practice dentistry in the 
sa.id District without having complied with the provisions of this Act shall be deemed 
guilty of a inisdemeanor, and, upon conviction thereof, shall be fined not less than 
fifty nor more than two hundred dollars, and in default of payment of such fine 
shall be imprisoned not less than thirty nor more than ninety days, said fines, when 
collected, to be paid into the Treasury of the United States, to the credit of the 
District of Columbia: Provided, That nothing in this Act shall be construed to 
interfere with physicians in the discharge of their professional duties, nor with 
students pursuing a regular uninterrupted dental college course • or a bona fide 
pupilage with a registered dentist. 

Sec. 9. That to provide a fund to carry out and enforce the provisions of this 
Act the Board of Dental Examiners may charge such fees, not exceeding one dollar 
for each certificate and ten dollars for each examination, as will from time to time, 
in the opinion of said board, approved by said Commissioners, be necessary. From 
such fund all expenses shall be paid by the board: Provided, That such expense 
shall in no case exceed the balance of receipts. 

Approved June 6, 1892. 
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of 
America in Congress assembled. That the Act of Congress entitled "An Act for 
the regulation of the practice of dentistry in the District of Columbia, and for 
the protection of the people from empiricism in relation thereto," approved 
June sixth, eig:hteen hundred and ninety-two, be, and the same is hereby, 
amended by striking out all of the proviso in Section 3 of said Act and insert- 
ing in lieu thereof the following: "Provided, That the Board of Dental Ex- 
aminers may issue a license to practice to any dentist who shall have been In 
legal practice for a period of five years or more, upon the certificate of the 
Board of Dental Examiners of the State or Territory in which he practiced, 
certifying his competency and moral character, and upon the payment of the 
certifica'tion fee without examination as to his qualifications." 
Approved February 5, 1904. 



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DENTAL DEPARTMENT 

The session for 1917-1918 will begin September 27, 1917. 
The course of instruction is thorough and offers unex- 
celled facilities, and aims to equip for actual practice. 

A feature of the course is the method of practical in- 
struction in the recently enlarged Dental Infirmary, where 
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LIST OF DEINTISTS 

ARRANGED ALPHABETICALLY BY POSTOFFICES. 

SYM BOL_S: 

*No report received. tMem. State Dental Assn. ^Registered. §Meni. District Dental Society. 

The Postolflce address Is shown in DISPLAY TYPE, the name of the county in wMch it is located 
immediately follows, and then the population of the place. The names of Dentists appear ander the 
poHtoftice name, the first number (the key to which will be found on pagres 41 to 48) indicates the 
«!Ollegre of graduation, and the last number the year in which diploma was granted. 



WASHINGTON. .343,003 

Abraham W WallaceJ 402 N Y av nw 
Adams Henry DeC, 134, 1915, 61 R I 

avenue 
Aisobrook Kyle B, 134, 1916, 920 H nw 
Alderman Zenas W.H 200 Kenois bldg 
Alley Edward C, 135, 1913, 746 Park 

rd nw 
Anderson Charles L, 322, 1877, 825 Vt 

av nw 
Angelo Guy W, 135. 1909, 1201 11th nw 
Angelo Stuart M, 135, 1912, 1931 N 

Capitol 
Ankeney Wm F, 130, 1897, 724 9th nw 
Appier Charles W, 130, 1893,1 926 17th 

nw 



Assimack Vasilios A, 134, 1915, 304 
Westory bldg 

Augenstein Melvin M, 134, 1912, 1343 
Fairmont nw 

Bain P Bonnard, 132, 1898, 525 Wood- 
ward bldg 

Bain Rosiland M, 132, 1898, 1301 Fair- 
mont nw 

Baker Chester A, 132, 1902,t 1120 Vt 
av nw 

Barker Samuel,* 12 Dietz bldg 

Barnhard Wm H, 135, 1909, 716 13th 
nw 

Barr Samuel D, 142, 1902, 927 F nw 

Barr Wm C, 130, 1902, 3050 N nw 

Barry Richard V, 135, 1896, 124 C se 



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Bartlett Fredk, 130, 1902, 705 R E 
Trust bldg 

Bartlett Lewis M, 135, 1905, 3730 Mc- 
Kinley nw 

Bassett Charles T, 135, 1904, 1409 L 
nw 

Bates Robert A, 216, 1888t 922 14tli 
nw 

Beach Charles H, 341, 1883, 301 Wes- 
tory bldg 

Bear Marvin W, 135, 1909, 620 I nw 

Becker Heilmann, 134, 1910, 114 The 
Rochambeau 

Beekman DeWitt D, 142, 1897, 411 
Pope bldg 

Beers Lloyd Y, 135, 1911, 804 E se 

Benedict Wilbur S, 134, 1914, 1616 
I nw 

Bergeron Max P, 134, 1916, 905 K nw 

Bernhard J Walter, 135, 1908, 302 
Union Trust bldg 

Biggs Ira E, 134, 1916, 650 H ne 

Bilbrey Dennis R, 134, 1916, 3 B se 

Bingham Harry, 135, 1912, 1409 L nw 

Binkert Damon A, 130, 1897, 50 Pro- 
fessional bldg 

Boardman Frank C, 217, 1911, 1010 F 
nw 

Bockey Charles C, 134, 1914, 703 Equit- 
able bldg 

Boe Edward J, 134, 1912, 304 Colorado 
bldg 

Bogley Edwin H, 130, 1898, 1730 M nw 

Bohrer Wm O, 133, 1896. 802 F nw 

Bon Seigneur Camille R, 135, 1914, 
1361 Penn av se 

Borchardt Herbert, 134, 1911, 3412 
13th nw 

Borisaw Gershko H, 135, 1916, 212 
McLachlen bldg 

BOWLES SHIRLEY W, D D S, Phila- 
delphia Dental Coll and Garretson 
Hosp of Oral Surgery, Phila, Pa, 
1898; Dean and Prof of Prosthetic 
Dentistry and Crown and Bridge 
Work, Georgetown Univ Dental 
Dept; Mem Executive Board Amer- 
ican Institute of Dental Teachers; 
Mem Natl Dental Assn; Mem and 
Ex-Pres Dist of Columbia Dental 
Soc; Hours 9 a m to 5 p m; Tel 
Main 7485; 1616 I nw 

Boyd Benjamin D, 131, 1907, 1817 5th 
nw 

Bradford Fenton, 130, 1897, 815 Conn 
av nw 

Bradley H Clay, 134, 1913, 503 Kenois 
bldg 



Bradley James F, 134, 1911, 201 Pa 

av se 
Bradley Wm E, 192, 1892, t 810 H n e 
Brause J Lowell, 134, 1916, 1116 G n w 
Brengle Paris E, 130, 1900,11 1401 I nw 
Brightwell Francis B,1I 303 Kenois bldg 
Britton Emlyn J, 135, 1908, 1036 Park 

rd nw 
Brodsky Leon J,* 501 Kenois bldg 
Brodsky Mary G, 135, 1913. 1315 7th nw 
Brower Delmar D, 135, 1915, 700 K ne 
Brown Andrew J, 131, 1890, 618 Riggs 

bldg 
Bryant Emory A, 217, 1886, 1120 Vt av 

nw 
Buchanan Wilfred F, 216, 1892, 920 P 

nw 
BULLIS MARK CARLTON, D D 8, 

George Washington Univ (Dental 

Dept) Washington, D C, 1905; Mem 

District of Columbia Dental Soc and 

National Capital Dental Soc; Ex- 

odontist; Hours 10 a m to 5 p m; 

Tel Main 3433; 718 11th nw 
Bullock Samuel G, 131, 1913, 1238 H ne 
Burch John H, 130, 1892,t 701 12th nw 
Butcher George H, 131, 1903, 225 C se 
Butkiewicz John K, 135, -1916, 312 G ne 
Butz Ernest M, 130, 1903, 804 E se 
Callahan Hugh B, 134, 1913, 502 H ne 
Camalier C Willard,1f 2317 1st nw 
Campbell Jesse M, 132, 1888, 42 R I av 

ne. (Retired) 
Carroll Walton C, 134, 1910, 1110 F nw 
Carr Josiah L, 135, 1915, 4304 Ga rd 

nw 
Carter Emmett M, 130, 1897,f 503 

Westory bldg 
Gary Frederick, 285, 1908, 420 10th se 
Casteel Frank A. 134, 1908, 1616 I nw 
Chase Jerome H,1I 1522 K nw 
Cherry Joseph B, 131, 1910, 1949 Vt av 

nw 
Christman Tyrus, 132, 1902, 700 10th 

nw 
Chunn Thomas M, 135, 1905, 142 U ne 
Clark Egbert A, 322, 1890, 323 Bond 

bldg 
Clark Wm L, 130, 1892, 815 Conn av 

nw 
Clevenger Oliver B, 134, 1911, 2411 Pa 

avenue 
Clinton Ralph S, 135, 1906, 2802 ISth 

ne 
Cobey Alex, 217, 1870, 1424 K nw 
Cobey Howard P, 132, 1897,t 1424 K nw 
Cockerille Samuel J, 132, 1882, 1545 

9th nw 



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AVASHINGTON — Cont'd 

Cogan John V, 134, 1914, 800 N Capitol 
Cogan Wm N, 135, 1893, Naval Dispen- 
sary 
Cohen Irwin B, 135, 1916, 1812 9th nw 
Cohen Maurice H, 135, 1915, 1812 9th 

nw 
Cole John B, 135, 1916, 1615 Swann 
Cole Seth E, 135, 1905, 639 E Capitol 
Colvin Ernest M, 130, 1900, 440 7th sw 
Constantini Cesare L, 130, 1903, t 1800 

I nw 
Cooksey Claude B, 135, 1905, 401 Pope 

bldg 
Coulon G Felix, 132, 1903, 307 Victor 

bldg 
Cowles Allen E, 134, 1902, 724 9l:h nw 
Cox George W, 135, 1902, Winder bldg 
Crane Arthur B, 320, 1899, 1424 K nv/ 
Croin Richard P, 132, 1890, 525 11th 

nw 
Crosby Louis W, 217, 1902, 1420 15th 

nw 
Cummings Alfred W, 135, 1908, 602 

11th nw 
Cuthbertson Charles W, 135, 1900, 603 

Real Estate Trust bldg 
Cuvillier Louis M, 135, 1904, 33 Profes- 
sional bldg 
Daly Frederick F, 132, 1890, 231 Ox- 
ford bldg 
Daly Thomas J, 134, 1914, 1300 Mass 

avenue 
Daly Wm B, 132, 1890, 203 Kenois bldg 
Danemann Samuel, 135, 1914, 212 Mc- 

Lachlen bldg 
Davidson Albert S, 135, 1909, 400 Se- 
ward sq se 
Davis Albert W, 135, 1916, 160 Tenn av 
Davis Bernard M, 135, 1916, 3019 O nw 
Davis H Porter, 132, 1895,t 1123 H ne 
Davis J Wilson, 132, 1888,t 2028 G nw 
Davis Llewellyn F (M D), 132, 1895, t 

717 Southern bldg 
Davis Mark O, 132, 1900,t 900 17th nw 
Davis Ralph C,1I 102. 1439 T nw 
Davis Sheldon G, 132, 1892,t 729 15th 

nw 
Davis Wm J, 134, 1911, 303 Kenois bldg 
DeFarges J Robert, 130, 1901, 1223 Vt 

av nw 
Detmer Charles E, 135, 1907, 2305 18th 

av nw 
Devlin John P. 132, 1899, 505 McLach- 

len bldg 
Diedel Charles, 217, 1884, 1120 Vt av 
nw 



Dieffenderfer Wm, 216, 1888, 514 Colo- 
rado bldg 
Dimas Blanca, 135, 1916, 1229 12th nw 
Dolmage Mihram M, 134, 1902,1[t 825 

Vt av nw 
Donally Wm, 239, 1880,t 1612 I nw 
Donoghue John F, 134, 1916, 1 N Y 

av nw 
Dudley James L,* 124 Adams nw 
Duncan J Kennedy, 134, 1906, 320 Mass 

av ne 
Eckert Joseph A, 134, 1914, 1305 E 

Capitol 
Edwards Geo L, 132, 1900, 500 8th se 
Edwards Thos W, 131, 1907, 1205 Lin- 
den ne 
Eisenstein Nathan, 135, 1913, 703 3d 

nw 
Eller Robert L, 134, 1914, 728 13th nw 
Ellis George, 134, 1916, 1616 I nw 
Elzey Otis W, 217, 1898, 524 10th nw 
Elzey Wm James, 135, 1904, 524 10th 

nw 
Eskin Jacob S, 135, 1908, 619 Q nw 
Eslin Benjamin J, 130, 1888, 403 Wes- 

tory bldg 
Eslin Melville P, 135, 1910, 1329 F nw 
Eugster Louis W,1I 602 Dist Natl Bank 

bldg 
Evans Ellas G, 131, 1913, 1113 U nw 
Evans Paul W, 133, 1899,11 225 Bond 

bldg 
Evans Wilbur E, 320, 1899, 1201 Pa 

av nw 
Evans W Warrington, 217, 1863, 225 

Bond bldg 
Exner John C, 132, 1889, 1418 14th nw 
Fansler Orville N, 135, 1914, 1200 Wis 

av nw 
Farmer Wm C, 134, 1914, 651 Lexing- 
ton pi ne 
Fergel John A, 134, 1902, 724 9th nw 

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173 



bia; Mem of the New York Odonto- 
logical Soc and 1st Dist Dental Soc, 
State of N Y; 1928 I nw; Tel Main 
3344 
Fitzgerald Edward J, 216, 1913, 433 

9th nw 
Fowler George C, 134, 1914, 825 Vt 

av nw 
Fowler Robert C, 135, 1912, 604 Wes- 

tory bldg 
Francis John R jr, 320, 1906, 700 T w 
Francis Wm E, 135, 1905. 1106 H ne 
Frankland Wm S, 132, 1898,11 1120 Vt 

av nw 
Fray J Arthur, 131, 1904, 625 T nw 
Frazier George M, 135, 1916, 3720 Nich- 
ols av se 
Frazier Griffin G, 135, 1915, 724 9th nw 
Fred T Wm,1I 1444 W nw 
Freeman Lewis B, 131, 1909, 1859 3d 

nw 
Friedman Joseph A, 135, 1915, 724 9th 

nw 
Fry C Clifford, 131, 1899, 1110 18th nw 
Furbershaw Thomas L, 134, 1912, 80 

R nw 
Galloway C C, 322. 1895, 926 17th nw 
Garabedian A L, 134, 1903, 1404 H nw 
Gargan Francis J, 134, 1914, The New 

Berne 
Garrels Edith J,* 1110 Fairmont nw 
Gartrell Julian, 216, 1888, 1710 H nw 
Gash Arthur W, 135, 1908, 911 G nw 
Gaskin Ambrose E, 131, 1903, 1201 T 

nw 
Gates Thomas J, 130, 1899, 330 Pa av 

se 
Gausman Wm L, 134, 1913, 1405 U nw 
GEARHART CLYDE M, D D S, Ohio 
Coll of Dental Surgery, Cincinnati, 
Ohio, 1904; Prof in Oral Hygiene and 
Prophylaxis, Georgetown Univ, 
Washington, D C; Mem Dist of Co- 
lumbia Dental Soc, Natl Dental 
Assn and Am Acad of Oral Prophy- 
laxis and Periodontology; Mem and 
Recorder Examining Board Dental 
Reserve Corps, TJ S N; Hours by 
Appointment; 1624 I nw 
Gembill Edward L, 134, 1914, 1522 9th 
Ginsburg Samuel B, 135, 1914, 804 E 

se 
Goldberg Max S, 135, 1909, 627 D nw 
Golden Edward E, 135, 1914, 411 Pope 

bldg 
Gordon Charles, 134, 1914, 704 M nw 
Graesle Albert B, 134, 1915, 1408 L nw 



Graham Charles C, 216, 1890, 805 Pa 

av nw 
Graser Siegfried O, 132, 1902, 816 15th 

nw 
Gray Clarence A. 131, 1900, 1829 Vt 

av nw • 
Guerra Gustavo I,* 1363 U nw 
Gwathney Andrew J, 131, 1892, 621 R 

I av nw 
Hagan Jonathan R, 130, 1891, 1120 Vt 

av nw 
Hagen Walter L, 135, 1914, 602 R E 

Trust bldg 
Haines Wm Oakley, 216, 1891, 1101 

15th nw 
Haliday Raymond E,1I 2233 18th nw 
Hall Archie S, 134, 1916, 4409 8th nw 
Hall Arthur R, 135, 1916, 1300 Md av 
Hallam Curtis W, 134, 1915, 1458 Park 

Road nw 
Hallisy Chas A,* 825 Vt av nw 
Hamilton Wm E, 131, 1897, 2501 

Nichols av se 
Hampton Wilmer H,1I 706 11th nw 
Harban L Lee, 132, 1886, 133-9 K nw 
Harban Walter S, 217, 1877, 2101 Wyo- 
ming av nw 
Hardester John S, 135, 601 Westory 

bldg 
Hardy Ernest M, 350, 1896, 700 T nw 
Harris Asa I, 216, 1899, 604 R E Trust 

bldg 
Harrison W Allyn jr, 134, 1910,11 202 

Maryland bldg 
Hartman John A J 706 R E Trust bldg 
Harvin Arthur L,* 1410 L nw 
Haskell James G, 130, 1897, 808 N J 

av nw 
Haskell Robert J, 195, 1900, 805 1st 

nw 
Hasselbach Chas M, 130, 1901, 301 

Kenois bldg 
Hatton J Clarence, 132, 1897, 1016 

Mass av ne 
Hawley Charles A, 239, 1893, 1624 I 

nw 
Hays Chas A, 133, 1900, 1404 Irving 

nw 
Heffernan Harry H, 134, 1914, New , 

Bern apts 
Hegarty Jack E, 134, 1913, 921 F nw 
Hemsley Phil H, 175, 1905, 802 P nw 
Herring Paul S, 135, 1916, 20 Profes- 
sional bldg 
Hewey George A, 134, 1914, 816 K nw 



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^VASHINGTON — Cont'd 
Heyser Wm T, 132, 1897, 114 The 

Rochambeau 
Hicks John McC* 114 6th se 
Higgins Raymond O, 135, 1915, 1416 

R nw 
HiWreth Arthur L, 134, 1911, 1624 I 

nw 
Hildi-eth Walter H, 135, 1908, 1418 O 

nw 
Hills Garnett L, 217, 1880,t 1701 H nw 
Hills J Bartlett, 320, 1886,t 501 Equit- 
able bldg 
Hobbs Wilburn D, 134, 1914, 2705 24th 
Hogan John R, 134, 1915, 1624 I nw 
Hogan Roue L, 132, 1898,11 933 G nw . 
Hollinsworth J Walter, 132, 1890, 2815 

14th nw 
Holmes Millard J, 132, 1897, 1001 Irv- 
ing ne 
Hoofnagle W Bruce, 130, 1899, t 512 

Evans bldg 
Hopkins Herbert C, 135, 1908, 1624 I 

nw 
Horen Ed-ward B, 132, 1901, 306 Colo- 
rado bldg 
Houghtelin W Clarence, 135, 1908, 

1402 L nw 
Hovey Romeo H,1I 603 Dist Natl Bank 

bldg 
HOWLAND CLARENCE H, D D S, 
Univ of Maryland (Dental Dept), 
Baltimore, Md, 1885; Emeritus Prof 
Dental Anatomy and Pathology 
Howard Univ Dental Dept; Ex-Pres 
Natl Capitol Dental Soc; Mem Am 
Assn for Advancement of Science, 
and Washington Biological Soc; 
Hours 9 a m to 5 p m; 1424 K nw 
Howser Upton S, 135, 1906, 2014 Nich- 
ols av se 
Hunter James A, 132, 1887, 920 M nw 
Hurley Edward P, 134, 1916, 464 Mass 
Hursh Horace S, 217, 1909, 1401 I nw 
Jaffe S Sidney, 134, 1905, 300 Pope 

bldg 
Jennings John K, 134, 2900 14th nw 
Johnson Henry W, 130, 1898, 829 20th 

nw 
Johnson Walter N, 135, 1916, The Cali- 
fornia 
Johnston Jefferson H, 131, 1887, 110 

M nw 
Johnston P Bayne, 135, 1916, 902 G nw 
Johnston Samuel B, 216, 1911, 902 G 



Keefer Charles B, 130, 1898, t 1110 F 

nw 
Keene J Everett, 130, 1895,11 503 Colo- 
rado bldg 
Kelly Wm E, 134, 1912, 710 E nw 
Kemball Wm M, 130, 1899, f 307 Evans 

bldg 
Killinger Wm C, 217, 1906, 632 C ne 
King Bernard Q,* 1523 M nw 
King Hubert L, 130, 1896, t 911 N Y 

av nw 
King James L G, 134, 1911, 911 N Y 

av nw 
Kohlmeier C F, 134, 1916, 349 East 

Wing B A I 
Lanahan Wm J, 134, 1913, 612 G nw 
Lawrence W Francis, 135, 1907, 1616 

I nw 
Layton Robert E, 130, 1902, 1311 Wis- 
consin av nw 
LeMerle Eugene L, 135, 1895, 2011 (^ 

nw 
Leon Benjamin K, 132, 1903, 527 9th 

nw 
Leonard Richard B, 134, 1902,11 817 G 

.nw 
Lewis J Hall, 217, 1879,t 1333 L nw 
Lindsey Charles T, 216, 1883, t 1202 

Wis av nw 
Linton Howard, 134, 1911, 906 P nw 
Lofton Wm S, 131, 1888, 1523 M nw 
Lohr Vernon J, 134, 1912, 502 Dist 

Natl Bank bldg 
London John H, 217, 1890,t 3046 

Newark av 
McCardell Thomas E,1I 631 K ne 
McCausland John M, 135, 1911, 1506 

Carloline nw 
McClean John,* 500 8th se 
McClenahan James T, 130, 1901, 926 

17th nw 
McCullough Robert C, 135, 1915, 608 

R E Trust bldg 
McGlone Albert, 134, 1912, 503 7th nw 
McGovern Gerald P, 134, 1916, 804 

10th nw 
McLean John A,11 827 14th nw 
McVeigh Alphonsus B, 134, 1913, 1428 

R nw 
Mack Charles F, 134, 1913, 500 Pope 

bldg 
MacNamee Herbert, 130, 1894, 305 

Colorado bldg 

Madert Benjamin J, 135, 1904, 1116 F 
nw 

Madert John, 131, 1891, 1208 G nw 
Manning Wm J, 132, 1900, 1103 O nw 



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175 



Marschalk Leighton V, 135, 1905, 1321 

Longfellow av 
Marschalk Wm A jr, 135, 1904, 1406 

Newton ne 
Marsden Frank T, 134. 1914, 904 B sw 
Marshall Pemberton J, 134, 1902, 659 

Maryland av ne 
Marstella John P, 135, 1913, 24 Pro- 
fessional bldg 
Martin Francis J, 135, 1907, 2017 Nich- 
ols av se 
Mathoit Albert D, 134, 1913, 1021 E 

Capitol 
Mead Sterling V, 135, 1914, 603 R E 

Trust bldg 
Meloy Hugh B, 134, 1914, 1616 I nw 
Mess Carl J, 130, 1902, 511 Pope bldg 
Mess Henry F, 134, 1911, 407 7th nw 
Michaels M Manly,]} 1206 lOth nw 
Miller Archibald L, 135, 1904, 40 Pro- 
fessional bldg 
Miller Charles P, 134, 1913, 808 17th 

nw 
Minkin Golda J, 135, 1915, 724 9th nw 
Mitchell Iverson O, 131, 1915, 1855 7th 

nw 
Monroe Walter G,t 400 Kenois bldg 
Moore Clarence R, 135, 1916, 1418 

Meridan 
Moran D Harry, 132, 1900, 13 Dietz 

bldg 
Morgan John E, 135, 1916, 608 R E 

Trust bldg 
Motley C W, 217, 1896, 407 7tli nw 
Moyer Nora, 132, 1895, 728 13th nw 
Munger Isabella, 131, 1901, 1618 N 

Capitol 
Munger Wm L, 131, 1901, 1618 N 

Capitol 
Munson Charles B, 130, 1889, t 1326 N 

Y av nw 
Murphy Don F, 135, 1906, 71 N Y av 
nw 

Murray Fred G, 135, 1907, 209 6th ne 
Murray W Amaker, 132, 1900, 602 H 

ne 
Murton Percy W, 305, 1892, 2901 14th 

nw 
Myers Joseph N, 219, 1902, 627 Pa 

av nw 
Naylor Wm S, 131, 1896, 1133 20th nw 
Neely Prank E, 135, 1905, 3101 14th 

nw 
Nelson Carl F, 134, 1911, 427 7th nw 
Newton Samuel F, 132, 1888, 941 N Y 

av nw 



Nichols H Janney, 216, 1892, 1339 K 

nw 
North J Beverly, 132, 1899, 906 G nw 
Northwood Joseph King, 158, 1897, 412 

Evans bldg 
Norton Wm A, 134, 1914, 800 G se 
Nutt Zadock I,* 55 Professional bldg 
O'Brien Wm J, 135, 1916, 1104 12th 
O'Dell Benjamin F, 132, 1891, 920 M 

nw 
O'Kada Mitsurn, 135, 1916, 3134 10th 

nw 
Otterback Morgan, 217, 1901, 1208 G 

nw 
Owen Floyd M, 216, 1901, 1301 G nw 
Pairo Wm E, 130, 1899, t 400 Pope bldg 
Palcho Frank J, 134, 1915, 304 Westary 

bldg 
Palkin Joseph R, 135, 1915, 710 14th 

nw 
Parker Frederick W, 130, 1894, 35 

Home Life bldg 
Parsons Harry, 130, 1895, 1770 U nw 
Parsons Randall S,|I 1401 I nw 
Parsons Starr, 131, 1887, 1309 L nw 
Paterson George, 134, 1912, 1441 

Girard nw 
Patton George G, 133, 1898, 817 G nw 
Payfair Tracy M, 264, 1898, 825 Vt av 

nw 
Pearce Waldo R,l[ 723 14th nw 
Perlie Horace E, 130, 1900, 614 Riggs 

bldg 
Perry Frederick C, 134, 1905, 2128 L 

nw 
Perry Harry R, 132, 1898, 406 Colorado 

bldg 
Petty Wm K, 130, 1895,t 606 R E 

Trust bldg 
Peyton Robert L, 131, 1903, 310 4^^ 

sw 
Pflug Chas S, 135, 1907, 2001 15th nw 
Pollock Joseph W, 135, 1905, 539 

Sheppard nw 
Prendergast B Frank, 135, 1914, 703 

5th nw 
Prendergast James T, 135, 1906, 703 

5 th nw 
Price Warren, 216, 1899,t 1710 H nw 
Phitchard George J,ll 813 10th nw 
Radley Charles W, 132, 1898, 4428 9th 

nw 
Ramsay J Millar, 133, 1901, 40 Pro- 
fessional bldg 
Rankin Edgar E, 132, 1896, 644 9th ne 
Ready John N, 134, 1913, 1200 Wis av 



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WASHINGTON — Cont'd 
Ready John T, 134, 1913, 1202 Wis av 

nw 
Reeves George B, 132, 1894, 306 9th 

nw 
Reiss W Ashford, 130, 1901, 1120 Va 

av sw 
Rice Charles S, 130, 1894, 1915, N Cap- 
itol 
Rice Frank D, 300, 1892, 1519 O nw 
Rice Thomas J, 132, 1903, 728 13th nw 
Rice Thomas M, 130, 1899, 817 14th 

nw 
Rich Charles W, 135, 1913, 24 Profes- 
sional bldg 
Richardson Richard G, 130, 1901, t 1301 

G nw 
Riley Harry B, 134, 1907, 1202 Wis av 

nw 
Roberson Lee, 134, 1915, 514 2d nw 
Roberts Jasper N, 135, 1914, 1113 12th 

nw 
Roche Lawrence M, 132, 1889 1330 9th 

nw 
Rogers Frank J, 134, 1910, 50 Profes- 
sional bldg 
Rasenthal Sidney H, 134, 1912, 2469 

18 nw 
Rowell Frank J, 132, 1903, 503 7th nw 
Rozzelle Clement D, 135, 1904, 438 7th 

nw 
Russell Aaron jr, 131, 1903, 602 K nw 
Rust Thomas L, 130, 1902,t 1410 L nw 
Schafhirt Wm,G, 130, 1888,t 1010 F nw 
Schmidt Carl H, 135, 1915, 1120 Fair- 
mont nw 
Schooley Henry M.H 1110 F nw 
Scott Cephas W,lft 724 9th nw 
Scott Everett,!! 1008 K nw 
Segal Meyer, 134, 1916, 937 H nw 
Shade E Clyde, 130, 1898, 728 13th nw 
Shadrick John H, 135, 1916, 1014 Mass 

av nw 
Shambora John A,* 921 F nw 
Sharp George M, 132, 1891,t 207 The 

Rochambeau 
Shelton Charles R,* 1120 Vt av nw 
Shepslee A Charles, 134, 1916, 1522 U 

nw 
Sherfy Raphael, 135, 1910, 1372 Ken- 
yon nw 
Sherwood Henry Ljlj 1307 H nw 
Shoemaker Charles G, 135, 1907, 826 

Conn av nw 
Shultz Frank H, 320, 1896, 1624 I nw 
Sibley G Julian, 134, 1911, 2908 14th 
nw 



Silliman Walter R,1I 915 N Y av nw 
Simkins Wm M, 216, 1902, 720 Wood- 
ward bldg 
Slack Edward M, 135, 1915, 514 E nw 
Smith A Graham, 219, 1897, 706 11th 

nw 
Smith Centennella CH 507 Pope bldg 
Smith Chester R, 134, 191.6, 831 11th 

nw 
Smith Edward S, 132, 1898,t 1101 17th 

nw 
Smith Ernest E, 130, 1903,t 646 F nw 
Smith Hamilton S, 131, 18^9, 1524 

Swann nw 
Smith Harry E,1[ 438 7th nw 
Smith J Ernest, 134, 1902, 631 Pa av 

nw 
Solbach Leo, 134, 1910,11 825 Vt av nw 
Southcomb W A, 134, 1916, 120 N C av 
Spiegelblatt Jacques L,* 707 Upshur 
Spillan H Merle, 135, 1913, 1624 I nw 
Stein Edwin L, 135, 1916, 116 C se ' 
Stewart Charles A, 320, 1892, 600 

Kenois bldg 
Stewart J Reverdy, 135, 1896, 1515 Y 
Stine Andrew B, 132, 1896, 713 E Cap- 
itol 
Stockman Frank J, 134, 1912, 7th and 

B sts nw 
Stone Eugene R, 135, 1911, 1424 K nw 
Sweet Wm M, 135, 1916, 211 Florida 

av nw z 
Talbot Thomas M,1I 1223 Irving nw 
Tancil Park, 131, 1910, 1845 14th nw 
Taylor Bruce L, 132, 1900,t 703 Equit- 
able bldg 
Taylor James A, 134, 1914, 739 6th ne 
Taylor J Winslow, 135, 1906, 1616 I 

nw 
Tennent Eugene H, 134, 1911, 747 Park 

rd nw 
Terry Charles A,![ 3221 Ga av nw 
Thompson Henry C, 322, 1871, 605 R 

E Trust bldg 
Thompson James G, 135, 1912, 1207 E: 

Capitol 
Thompson Millard F (M D), 217, 1880, 

484 Md av sw 
Thompson Richard K, 135, 1915, 704 R 

E Trust bldg 
Tilley Edwin R, 135, 1915, 701 R E 

Trust bldg 
Tinnen John P, 131, 1903, 310 41/2 sw 
Todd Wm B, 132, 1899, 1243 Irving nw 
Townsend George H, 130, 1892, 322 Pa 

av se 



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Trail Wni H, 130, 1895, t 900 17th nw 
Trail Wm W, 132, 1897, 430 Randolph 

nw 
Trivett Arthur M, 135, 1904, 51 Pro- 
fessional bldg 
Truett Robert F, 135, 1910, 705 G nw 
Utz A Thomas, 130, 1898, 1116 G nw 
Varela Ernest C, 130, 1895, 1346 Park 

rd nw 
Vaughan Carleton, 219, 1902, 307 7th 

nw 
Vining R Dewitt, 134, 1915, 406 H nw 
Vitale Joseph A, 134, 1916, 731 3d ne 
Vivian John T, 135, 1907, 1018 E Capi- 
tol 
Wagner Lawrence R, 135, 1915, 919 L 

nw 
Waldo Wm H, 134, 1902, 427 7th nw 
Walker Robert G, 131, 1899, 1740 14th 

nw 
Wallace James K, 130, 1900, 1322 Mon- 
roe ne 
Walls Harry E, 135, 1914, 116 G nw 
Walton J Roland, 217, 1887, 724 9th 

nw 
Washington John E, 131, 1904, f 463 

Fla av nw 
Watling John A, 300, 1860, 2220 20th 

nw 
Watts Walter, 130, 1902, 311 M nw 
Weakley Arthur D, 320, 1894,t 1339 K 

nw 
Weaver Alfred S, 134, 1902, 509 Pope 

bldg 
Welch Franklin, 135, 1900, 219a Mor- 
gan nw 
Welch George B.Ht 807 Evans bldg 
Wesler John H, 130, 1901, 1020 9th nw 
West Reuben M, 131, 1915, 1855 7th nw 
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White Douglas A, 135, 1915, 706 R E 

Trust bldg 
White George E, 135, 1913, 300 E Capi- 
tol 
Whitehead John C, 134, 1912, 52 Pro- 
fessional bldg 
Whiteside James L, 130, 1896, 1921 Pa 

av nw 
Wilkerson T Roland, 135, 1905, 817, 

1120 Vt av nw 
Willard Albert W, 135, 1916, 706 20th 

nw 
Williams Clem C, 134. 1916, 927 G nw 
Williams Edward, 135, 1913, 701 Mc- 

Lachlen bldg 
Willson Albert B, 134. 1911. 908 14th 

nw 
Wilson Lawson B, 217, 1871. 1203 F nw 
Wilson Myron W, 135. 1916, 1403 R I 

av nw 
Wilson Robert B M.H 940 T nw 
Wiltberger Robert E L, 130, 1896,t 

1616 I nw 
Wolf May. 135, 1916. 626 22d nw 
Wolfe Allen's,* 302 Union Sav Bank 

bldg 
Wood Homer E, 135, 1911, 307 7th ne 
Woodford Wm G, 135, 1899, 1424 K nw 
Woolgar Ernest M, 300, 1902, 411 Ce- 
dar nw 
Wormley C Sumner, 131, 1900. 997 Fla 

av nw 
Wyeth Charles L, 152, 1896. 427 7th nw 
Yates James R, 130, 1900, 20 Profes- 
sional bldg 
Yeatman Henry L, 131, 1886, 1729 -F 

nw 
Young Henry C, 135, 1908, 3104 N nw 
Yount Elmer F, 130, 1897, 3116 13th nw 
Zepp W Clarence, 135, 1912, 13th and 
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Population of State, 921,618 
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Number of Dentists, 355 
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STATE BOARD OP DENTAL EXAMINERS 
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Florida State Dental Society — President, J. L. Williams, Jacksonville; 1st Vice- 
President, A. B. Whitman, Orlando; 2d Vice-President, J. S. King, Mariana; 
Recording Secretary, D. D. Crews, Fort Myers; Corresponding Secretary-Treasurer^ 
M. C. Izlar, Ocala. 

Jacksonville Society of Dental Surgeons — President, E. H. Clarkson; Vice- 
President, S. F. Hodges; Secretary, W. J. Vollers. 



DENTAL LAW OF FLORIDA 

Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Florida: 

Section 1. That a Board of Examiners, to consist of five practicing- dentists, 
who shall be graduates of reputable dental colleges, to be known as the Florida 
State Board of Dental Examiners, is hereby created, whose duty shall be to carry out 
the purposes and provisions of this Act, as hereinafter provided. The members of 
the said board shall be appointed by the Governor, and at the time of their appoint- 
ment upon the said board, must be actual residents of this State, and must have 
been for a period of Ave years or more legally licensed to practice dentistry or 
dental surgery in this State. The terms for which the members of said board shall 
hold office shall be four years, and their successors in office shall be appointed by 
the Governor for a like term of four years, and thereafter in succession for like 
terms. In case of a vacancy occurring on said board, such vacancy shall be filled 
by the Governor for the unexpired term. 

Sec. 2. The board shall choose one of its members president and one secretary 
thereof, and, it shall have the right to adopt for its use a seal having the name 
"Florida State Board of Dental Examiners" thereon. The said board shall meet 
at least once each year, and oftener if necessary, in the discretion of the board, and 
at such times and places as it may deem proper, notice of such meeting having been 
published one time, not less than thirty nor more than ninety days prior thereto. 
A majority of the members of the said board shall at all times constitute a quorum 
for the transaction of the business of the board. It shall be the duty of the board 
to adopt such rules for its government and the control of its business as it may 
deem wise and proper: Provided, That said rules shall not conflict with the provisions 
of this Act. 

Sec. 3. Repealed. (See Acts Legislature 1915.) 

Sec. 4. No person, unless legally qualified prior to the passage of this Act,, 
shall practice dentistry or dental surgery, or any branch thereof, in this State, until 
he has obtained and had recorded a certificate from the Florida State Board of 
Dental Examiners, or some of its members, as herein provided. 

Sec. 5. Any person shall be regarded as practicing dentistry or dental surgery. 
In the meaning of this Act, who shall open or manage an office for such purpose, 
or shall announce to the public in any way that he is a practicing dentist, or anyone 
who performs any operation upon the teeth, or provides artificial teeth as substitutes 
for natural teeth. And the opening of a dental office or the announcement to the 
public in any way that the one so announcing is a practicing dentist shall be prima 
facie evidence in any court of competent jurisdiction that such person is practicing 
dentistry and dental surgery: Provided, That nothing in this Act shall be so con- 
strued as to prevent regularly licensed physicians and surgeons from extracting 
teeth, and provided further, that nothing in this Act shall prevent any one from 
extracting teeth without the use of local or general anaesthetic. 



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Sec. 6. Each person who desires to practice dentistry or dental surgery, or any 
branch thereof, within this State shall file with the secretary of said board a 
written application for a permanent certificate, and furnish satisfactory proof that 
he is at least twenty-one years of age, of good moral character, and present evi- 
dence satisfactory to the board that he is a graduate of a reputable dental college 
as defined by the National Association of Dental Examiners. Such application must 
be upon the form prescribed and furnished by the board and verified by the oath of 
the applicant. 

Sec. 7. When such application and accompanying proof are found satisfactory, 
the board shall notify the applicant to appear before it for examination at a time 
and place to be fixed by the board. Examination may be made orally or in writing, 
or may be practical, or theoretical, or both, at the discretion of the board, and shall 
be of such a character as to test the qualifications of the applicant to practice 
dentistry or dental surgery. Should the applicant pass a satisfactory examination, 
he shall be granted a certificate by the board, signed by all members present, and 
bearing the seal of the said board, which certificate when duly recorded as herein 
provided, shall be conclusive evidence of his or her right to practice dentistry or 
dental surgery in this State. 

Sec. 8. Any person granted a certificate to practice dentistry or dental surgery 
in this State by the State Board of Dental Examiners, as herein provided, shall 
personally cause- his or her certificate to be recorded with the clerk of the circuit 
court of each county in -which he or she desires to practice, before beginning the 
practice of dentistry or dental surgery in said county or counties, and shall cause 
said certificate to be, at all times, displayed in a conspicuous place in his or her 
ofiice wherein he or she shall practice such profession, and shall further, when 
requested, exhibit such certificate to the members of said board. 

Sec. 9. The Board of Dental Examiners of the State of Florida shall have the 
right to apply to any court of chancery in this State having jurisdiction of the 
parties to revoke, annul and set aside any certificate to practice dentistry and 
dental surgery which has been obtained by fraud or misrepresentation, or if the 
person named therein uses intoxicants or drugs to such a degree as to render him 
or her unfit to practice dentistry or dental surgery, or if such person has been 
convicted of a felony subsequent to the date of his or her certificate, and said court 
shall have the povs^er to revoke, annul and set aside such certificate. 

Sec. 10. Any person who shall practice dentistry or dental surgery in this 
State within the meaning of this Act without having first obtained and had recorded 
a certificate from the Florida State Board of Dental Examiners, or its members, or 
who violates any of the provisions of this Act, the punishment for which he is not 
herein specifically provided for, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and upon 
conviction thereof shall be punished by a fine of not more than one thousand dollars 
or imprisonment in the county jail not more than twelve months, or by both such 
fine and imprisonment, in the discretion of the court. 

Sec. 11. Any person filing or attempting to file as his own a diploma or a 
certificate of another person, or a forged diploma, or any forged identification, or 
affidavit of qualification, shall be deemed guilty of a felony and upon conviction 
thereof shall be subject to the same pains and penalties of fine and imprisonment 
as is now made and provided by the statutes of this State for the crime of forgery. 

Sec. 12. The secretary of the said Board of Dental Examiners shall have the 
power to appoint an assistant secretary who need not be a member of the Board 
of Dental Examiners of the State of Florida, nor a practicing dentist, the said 
secretary and his assistant shall keep a book showing the names of all persons to 
whom certificates have been granted by the Board of Dental Examiners, and shall 
keep such other books as may be necessary to plainly show all the acts and doings 
of said board; these books shall be kept open at all reasonable times to public 
inspection. 

Sec. 13. In order to provide the means for carrying out and enforcing the pro- 
visions of this Act the said Board of Dental Examiners and its members, shall charge 
each person applying to it for a certificate to practice dentistry or dental surgery 
in this State an examination fee of t"wenty dollars, and in addition thereto a certifi- 
cate fee of five dollars for every certificate or duplicate certificate issued by the 
said Board of Dental iExaminers; and, out of the funds coming into the hands of 
the said board under the provisions of this Act, the members of said board shall 
each receive as compensation the sum of five dollars for each day actually engaged 
in the duties of the office and all legitimate and necessary expenses incurred In 
attending the meetings of said board. The secretary of the said board and his 
assistants shall be entitled to such amounts as shall be necessary to defray the 
costs of stationery and necessary expenses actually incurred in the discharge of 
his or their duty, and such other compensation as said Board of Dental Examiners 
shall authorize and determine. All expenses of the said board, its members and its 
officers, shall be paid from the fees received by the board under the provisions of 
this Act, and no part of said expenses, costs, or charges, shall be paid out of the 
State treasury. Provided, That nothing in this Act shall be construed as exempting: 
any one from the payment of a State and county, license. 

Sec. 14. That all laws and parts of laws in conflict with any of the provision* 
of this Act be, and the same are hereby repealed. 

Sec. 15. This Act shall take effect immediately upon its passage and approval 
oy the Governor. Approved May 17, 1911. 



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LIST OF DEINTISTS 

ARRANGED ALPHABETICALLY BY POSTOFFICES. 

SYM BOl_S: 

*No report received. tMem. State Dental Assn. ^Registered. §Mein. District Dental Society. 

The Postoffice address Is shown in DISPLAY TYPE, the name of the county In wMch it Is located 
mimediately follows, and then the population of the place. The names of Dentists appear under the 
postoffice name, the first number (the key to which will be found on pagres 41 to 48) Indicates tb* 
college of graduation, and the last number the year in which diploma vraa granted. 



ALACHUA, Alachua. 610 

Caswell R A, 142, 18931J 
Thomas B A, 143, 1909 



Jones P Hll 



ALVA, Lee. 500 



APALACHICOLA, Franklin. 3,065 

Jenkins Wm V, 342, 1915 
Marler Wm Tjlf 



ARCADIA, De Soto. 4,515 

Barnett Doak G, 341, 1902 
Hayden George WH 
Silcox I AH 
Yelvington E J, 216, 1909 



BARTOW, Polk. 2,662 

Law Edwin A, 216, 1901 
Wagner J EH 



BASCOM, Jackson. 125 

Thomas M L,t[ 143, 1908 



BAYVIEW, Lee 

McMullen BH 



BLOUNTSTOWN, Calhoun. 546 

Fields Lewis T, 142, 1907 



BOIVIPAY, Holmes. 975 

Hutchinson L F, 142, 1909 



BRADEJVTOWN, Manatee. 1,886 

Chilson Henry L, 158, 1900 
Coulson E Ejl 

Sheetz Roscoe M, 158, 1912 
Ward Richard T, 152, 1903 



BROOKLYN, Clay. 

Fortner B TJI 



BROOKSVILLE, Hernando. 979 

Cook Wm LH 
Hedick D L, 143, 1908 



CALLAHAN, Nassau. 390 

Newcomb Wmjl 



CEDAR KEYS, Levy. 

Charpia Victor E, 142, 1912 



864 



CHIPLEY, Washin^on. 

Britt Leslie L, 142, 1915 
Farrior Hugh, 142, 1907 
McLean E H, 142, 1914 
Rozier R A, 143, 1897 
Tiller R EH 



1,099 



CLEAR WATER, Hillsboro. 

Craven F W, 143, 1900 
Giddens John A, 321, 1883 
McMullen F B, 341, 1912 
Wyatt Robert F, 142, 1913 



1,171 



COCOA, Brevard. 

Daniel L TH 



613 



CRAAVFORDSVILLE, Wakulla. 300 

Moore T HH 



CRESCENT CITY, Putnam. 

Spencer A I, 195, 1901 



677 



DADE CITY, Pasco. 1,065 

Boring G Elmor, 142, 1916 



DAYTONA, Volusia. 8,615 

Gove Worthen A, 143, 1905 
Graham Edward AH 
Houghton F HH 
Long Samuel M, 216, 1909 
Pierson James H, 216, 1902 
Shoemaker Edith BH 
Urich J EH 
Wilder W WH 



DE FUNIAK SPRINGS, Walton. 

Cawthon Harley, 341, 1904 
Cawthon Louis F, 341, 1898t 
Townsend E L, 143, 1909 



2,01T 



DELAND, Volusia. 2,812 

Bracey H HH 

Detrick Archie M, 264, 1891 
Taylor Wm S, 341, 1892H 
Tillman Samuel A, 342, 1913 
Voorhis V Harry, 142, 1899 



ESTERO, Lee. 

Wilson Frank D, 239, 1899 




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BUSTIS, Lalse. 

Getch W A, 142, 1912 
Kennedy I N, 142, 190811 
Owens Frankll 



eio 



FELLSMERE, Saiuf Lucie 

Hughes Llewellyn P, 322, 1900 



PERNANDINA, Nassau. 

Lynn J R, 217, 1911 
Thompson J HH 



3,482 



FliORAHOME, Putnam 

Sipprell G L* 



PORT LAUDERDALE, Dade. 950 

Clark Samuel J, 326, 1903 



FORT MEADE, Polk. 

Crews M B, 142, 1914 
McClellan R C, 142, 1908 



1,165 



FORT MYERS, Lee. 5,190 

Brummett George A, 195, 1909 
Crews Dempsey D, 142, 1906 
Gay H L, 142, 1911 



FORT PIERCE, Saint Lucie. 

Bronnum P Clj 
Crews H K, 142, 1913 
Feigel C Cff 



FORT WHITE, Columbia. 

Hunter Rufus Y, 142, 1914 



1,333 



329 



GAINESVILLE, Alachua. 7,695 

Alderman John Hjl 
Bowers Robert C, 320, 1906 
Mixon C Guy, 143, 1909 
Morris DeVere B, 142, 1904 

TENCH J D L, D D S, Baltimore Coll 
of Dental Surgery, Baltimore Md, 
1896; Graham Bldg 

Tison Gordon B, 217, 1898 

Waldo George S,1f 134, 1902 



GARY, Hillsborough (R D Tampa) 

Hayman S GH 



GRACEVILLE, Jackson. 

Grace R L, 142, 1913 
Miller Hal J, 142, 19091f 
Williams Wm B1I 



734 



GREEN COVE SPRINGS, Clay. 

Bothwell H R, 143, 1911 



1,319 



HASTINGS, St. John. 

Johnson Patrick, 142, 1908 



390 



HAVANA, Gadsden. 

Harrell P C, 142, 1908 



HERNANDO, Citrus. 

Burgin Perry, 300, 1879 



432 



592 



HOMESTEAD, Dade 

Huntley Roy M, 143, 1907 



INVERNESS, Citrus. 

Henley T SH 



412 



JACKSONVILLE, Duval. 81,620 

Anderson Henry A, 321, 1898, 425 
Broad 

ATKINSON SYDNEY, DOS, Atlanta 
Dental Coll, Atlanta, Ga, 1907; Reg- 
istered in Georgia and Florida; 
Mem National Dental Assn, Ameri- 
can Red Cross, National Geographic 
Soc, Fla State Dental Soc, Jackson- 
ville Soc of Dental Surgeons and Psi 

' Omega Dental Fraternity, Tau Chap- 
ter; Hours 9 a m to 12 m, 2 to 4 p 
m; Tel Connection; 303-304 Masonic 
Temple 

Buck Frederick E,1I 15 Mutual Life 
bldg 

Butler Alice P, 142, 1910, 432 St James 
bldg 

Chace James, If 316 Heard Natl Bank 
bldg 

Chace W H, 143, 1910, 14 Bisbee bldg- 

Cheatham Orville R, 143, 1912, 411 Pro- 
fessional Ibdg 

Clarkson Edward H, 300, 1903, 204 
Professional bldg 

Conway W S, 143, 1901, 519 Dyal Up- 
church bldg 

Dancy Wm McL, 122, 1872,11 117 W 
Ba y 

Dixon Lonnie M, 142, 1904, 120 W Bay 

EVANS LYNWOOD, D D S, Southern 
Dental Coll, Atlanta, Ga, 1910; Staff 
Surg American Ambulance Hosp, 
Paris, France, 1916; Mem Am Red 
Cross Soc, 1916; Assoc Oral Surg St 
Luke's Hosp; Mem National Dental 
Assn, Fla State Dental Soc; Clinic 
Committee Fla State Dental Soc; 
Ex-Chairman Executive Committee 
Jacksonville Soc Dental Surgeons; 
Ex-Sec and Treas Jacksonville Soc 
of Dental Surgeons; Mem Psi Ome- 
ga Dental Fraternity, Gamma Iota 
Chapter and Preparedness League 
of Am Dentists; Office Hours, Sum- 
mer 8:30 a m to 12 m, 1 to 3 p m; 



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JACKS ONVIIiLE — Cont'd 
Winter 9 a m to 12:30 p m-and 2 to 
4pm; Closed Saturday Afternoons; 
Tels Office Bell 1392, Auto M 3400; 
Res Bell 1024-J, Auto M 3957; Office 
404 Professional Bldg 

Evans Thomas N, 142, 1907, 360 St 
Jam.es bldg 

FARMER FRAMPTON W, D D S, 
Southern Dental Coll, Atlanta ,Ga, 
1915; Asst Sec Fla State Board of 
Dental Examrs; Sec-Treas Jackson- 
ville Dental Soc; Mem Psi Omega 
Dental Fraternity, Fla State and 
Natl Dental Assns; Tel 6228; 414-415 
St James Bldg 

Freeman Carey V, 131, 1910, 600 W 
Ashley 

FRINK CARROLL H, D D S, Balti- 
more Coll of Dental Surgery, Balti- 
more, Md, 1895; Post-Grad Oral 
Surgery; Post-Grad Anaesthesia; 
Charter Mem National Dentl Assn; 
Chairman American Red Cross, 
Jacksonville Chapter; Mem 5th In- 
ternatl Congress, Berlin; Ex-Pres 
and Mem Florida State Dental Soc; 
Mem Jacksonville Soc of Dental 
Surgs, National Geographic Soc and 
Alumni Assn B C D S; Hon Mem of 
Xi Psi Phi Fraternity; Hours 9 am 
to 12 m and 2 to 4 p m; Saturday 
9 a m to 12 p m; Consultation Hours 
11 am to 12 m; P O Box 465; Suite 
301-2 Masonic Temple; Bell and 
Automatic Tel Connections at Office, 
Bell Tel at Res 

Hampton Harvey J, 143, 1909, 12 Doug- 
las 

Harding George R,* 1119 Lackawanna 

Hoyle Walter H,1I 117 W Bay 

Jordan J W, 143, 1899, Sponge Exch 
Bank bldg 

Kaufman Samuel, 143, 1915 

Kennedy M" Claude, 143, 1908, 16 Blum 
bldg 

Mcelroy W Z, D D S, Vanderbllt 
Univ Dept of Dentistry, Nashville, 
Tenn, 1895; Haskell's Post-Grad 
School, Chicago, 111, 1897; 701-703 
Bisbee Bldg 

Miller Gus E jr, 158, 1901, 204 Profes- 
sional bldg 

Munroe Edward L, 217, 1897, 1014 At- 
lantic Natl Bank bldg 

O'Hara Ronald E, 142, 1916, Profes- 
sional bldg 



Onley John E, 321, 1904, 417y2 Broad 

Pound Eugene H, 142, 1903, 3 L'Engle 
bldg 

Robinson Frank S, 217, 1897, 301 Dyal- 
Upchurch bldg 

Sanderson Evelyn M, 322, 1894, 109 
Ocean 

Seigler J V, 143, 1905, 7 Wilmarth bldg 

Sewell Van D, 343, 1893, 24 Bernett 
bldg 

Sheridan Thomas, 152, 1894, 507 West 
bldg 

Shine Cecil E, 217, 1916, 1859 Barrster 

Shine Wharton H, 217, 1876, 213 Ma- 
sonic Temple 

Stafford Paul M H, 342, 1911, 526 Davis 

Taylor Richard P, 320, 1899, 414 St 
James bldg 

Thomas Roy H, 142, 1903, 7 Wilmarth 
bldg 

Vollers Wm J, 142, 1915, 307 West 
bldg 

WALLER JAMES B, D D S, Vander- 
bllt Univ (Dept of Dentistry), Nash- 
ville, Tenn, 1900; Ex-Sec Delta Sig- 
ma Delta Fraternity, Vanderbllt 
Univ Dental Dept; Mem Jackson- 
ville and Florida State Dentl Socs 
and Natl Dental Assn; Hours Sam 
to 12 m, 1 to 4 p m; Tel 6656; 315- 
315% Masonic Temple 

Williams Jesse L, 143, 1911, 414 St 
James bldg 

York Apelles S, 142, 19041lt 



JASPER, Hamilton. 1,730 

Knowles Martin W, 142, 1905 



JENSEN, St. liUde. 

Coon W N, 142, 1901 



112 



JUNIPER, Gadsden 

Davis R Dti 



KEY WEST, Monroe. 25,818 

Bartlum Wm J, 321, 1880, 509 White- 
head 
Campbell Jacob G, 143, 1903, 617 Flem- 
ing 
Duval Charles E,* 413 Whitehead 
Fogarty Charles B, 217, 1906,11 718 

Eaton 
Kemp Cornelius F, 321, 1883, cor 

Simonton and Eaton 
Kemp Wm P, 142, 1916, 513 William 
Renedo Jose M, 143, 1914, 916 Virginia 
Williams J Hod, 321, 1904, 505 Duval 




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1S3 



K1SSI3IMEE, Osceola. 2,157 

Carson W W, 322, 190811 
Simpson James WH 



LABELLE, Lee 

Slattery T J, 271, 1906 



LAKE CITY, Columbin. 5,032 

Brown C Dt[ 

Hunter R Y, 142, 1914 

Mitchell W HH 

Riviere Eugene, 341, 1899 

Tomlinson Joseph R, 142, 1901 



LAKELAND, Polk. 3,719 

Arair Pike|[ 

Adams Thomas H, 342, 1913 
Getsen John P, 143, 1910 
Haddock Robert B, 142, 1914 
Irvin W S, 142, 1900t 
Jackson Alfred M, 142, 1908 



LARGO, Hillsboro. 291 
CAMPBELL J TILLMAN, D D S, 

Southern Dental Coll, Atlanta, Ga, 
1915; Mem Florida State Dental Soc 
and National Dental Assn; Hours 
8:30 a m to 5 p m 
Lee Paul H, 143, 1911 



991 



LEESBURG, Lake 

Badger Ralphlf 

Gamble Charles B, 143, 1905 

Hannah Ferrel B jr, 142, 1901 



LIVE OAK, SuT»-anee. 3,450 

Graham Edward A, 342, 1915 
McRae W M, 143, 1896 
York Fred M, 142, 1916 
York Wm S, 142, 1910 



LUTZ, Hillsboro 

Baker Josiah W, 158, 1902 



MADISON, Madiso'n. 1,560 

Conway Joseph Jesse, 142, 1902 
Parramore Wm F, 143, 1904 



MANDARIN, DuvaL 1,008 

Lightbody T Mjl 



MARIANNA, Jackson. 1,915 

King J S, 142, 1912 
Willis W M, 142, 190911 



MAYO, Lafayette. 

Sears D M, 142, 1907 



57S 



MELBOURNE, Brevard. 

Lyman Austin E, 300, 1886 



157 



MIAMI, Dade. 21,060 

Bailey Wm H, 239, 1885, 4241/2 12th 
Bartlett Thomas D, 354, 1905 
Blalock Lucian F, 142, 1904 
Chafer R E, 100, 1896, Ht 409y2 7th 
Clinkenbeard Ambrosia A.H Cocoanut 

Grove rd 
Coombs Wm E, 143, 1913, 634 13th 
Dudley Frederick B, 280, 1902, 916y2 

Av D 
Emanuel James E,1I 1051/2 Av G 
Hammons Robert W, 265, 1898, 314 1/2 

12th 
Holmberg John L, 250, 1901, 1117 Av C 
Hopkins Charles A, 142, 1900, 405 12th 
JACKSON ADDIEL M, D D S, South- 
ern Dental Coll, Dept of the (form- 
erly Southern Medical Coll) Atlanta 
Coll of P'hys and Surgs, 1892; Has- 
kell Post-Grad Dental School, Chi- 
cago, 111, 1909; Hon Mem of and 
Past Pres Ga State Dental Soc; 
Hon Mem Macon (Ga) Dental Soc; 
Mem Natl Dental Assn and South- 
ern Branch Same and 4th Interna- 
tional Dental Congress; Hon Mem 
Atlanta Dental Soc; Mem Fla State 
Dental Soc; Mem Jamestown Den- 
tal Convention; Past Pres Assn for 
Enforcing Ga Dental Laws; Pres Mi- 
ami Dental Soc; Inventor Cooling 
Attachment for Dental Impression 
Trays, Also Chip Blower with Com- 
pressed Air Attachment for Hand 
Piece; 217 12th 
Kasper Aloysius F, 341, 1915, 405 12th 
Law E Mclvor, 216, 1903, 1128 9th 
Lundy Oscar B, 239, 1885, 1218 Av J 
McCormick James R, 300, 1915, 424% 

12th 
Meyers Albert J, 300, 1895, 400 Ral- 
ston bldg 
Skaggs Morgan W, 142, 1914, 217 12th 
Snell Elbridge D, 303, 1904, 201 Town- 
ley bldg 
Vaughan Carleton, 219, 1902, 226 12th 
Yearian Arthur O, 158, 1896, 430y2 
12th 



MILLIGAN, Santa Rosa. 

Miller J H B, 195. 1897 



MILTON, Santa Rosa. 

Smith A H, 142, 1906 
Stutts S C, 143, 1906 



MONTICELLO, Jefferson. 

Hamrick O RH 
Mills R H, 217, 1907 



831 



1,829 



REESE & WIEDHOFFT 

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Unexcelled clinical facilities. Practical teaching in all departments. 

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MULBERRY, Folk. 1,418 

Garner Frederick G, 142, 1914 
Parker Albert W, 380, 1915 



MYAKKA CITY, Manatee 

^Wilson R C, 142, 1912 



NEWBERRY, Alacbua 

Hussey L A, 143, 1905 

Swindal Columbus H, 142, 1916 



816 



NEW SMYRNA, Volusia. 

Rogers J A, 142, 1911 



1,121 



OCALA, Marion. 6,130 

Ayer C B, 142, 190911 

Chace James E, 320, 1896t 

FULLER ROBERT D, Licensed by Fla 

State Board of Dental Examrs, 1888; 

Pres Marion Co Dental Soc; Mem 

Fla State and Natl Dental Assns; 

Tel 311 
Hampton Lee R, 342, 1912 
Izlar Marion C, 341, 1912 
Purvis James G, 142, 1902 
Shepherd Grover CH 



OCOEE, Orange 25 

Sims Eugene O, 217, 1890 



OKEECHOBEE, St. Lucie 

Bean Mace, 158, 1904 



ORLANDO, Orange. 3,894 

Akers Ernest, 341, 1901 
Anderson R L, 142, 1906 
Bosse H J, 142, 1914 
Bryan Norman L, 142, 1905 
Crawford George C, 143, 1905 
Lott E W, 143, 1906 
Thompson Floyd F, 280, 1910 
Whitman Alton B, 142, 1898t 



OTTER CREEK, Levy 

Yearty Eugene H, 143, 1910 



PALATKA, Putnam. 3,779 

Brown Leroy D, 216, 1913 
Darsey Joseph W, 142, 1904 
Estes Henry Rjlt 
Hedick A M, 143, 1908 
Rosenburg W Hl| 



PALMETTO, Menatee. 

Allen Charles D, 195, 1897 
Floyd Braxton C, 142, 1908 
Weeks C BU 



773 



PENSACOLA, Escambia. 31,945 

Baldwin J C, 341, 1908, 404 Am Natl 
Bank bldg 



Coker Wm H, 142, 1912, 413 Blount 

bldg 
Colson Lemuel, 143, 1906, 204^^ S Pala- 

fox 
Dannheisser Bertram V, 142, 1913, 30R 

Brent bldg 
Hall Wilmer S, 130, 1896, 1-3-5 Masonic 

Temple 
Jefferson S W, 131, 1900, 12 W Wright 
Kerr Arthur J, 342, 1914, 16y2 S Tar- 
ragona 
Long Theodore, 342, 1912, 1212 N Al- 

caniz 
McLeod W Gay, 341, 1910, 207 Blount 

bldg 
Mitchell G Ray, 143, 1897,t 402 Thie- 

sen bldg 
Mock John H, 216, 1902, 310 Brent bldg 
Nobles L Clinton,1I 302 Brent bldg 
Smith Charles L, 142, 1896, 408 Blount 

bldg 
Tiller John B, 143, 1898,t 310 Blount 

bldg 



PERRY, Taylor. 

Conway W J, 142, 1911 
Roberts D D, 142, 1904 



1,002 



PLANT CITY, Hillsboro. 

Alsobrook Kyle B, 134, 1916 
Baker T Jjl 

Griffin David M. 142, 1898 
Parker G W, 320, 1912 
Yearwood C M, 142, 1910 



2,481 



QUINCY, Gadsden. 

Elkins Leander CUt 



3,204 



PUNTA GORDA, De Soto. 

Carver Henry C, 142, 1915 
Jordan Vernon J, 142, 1914 
Burghard John W, 322, 1901 
Carter Dallas, 342, 1915 
Munroe R L, 217, 1887 
Strange James W, 143, 1899 



1,012 



ST. AUGUSTINE, St. John. 

Bagwell C Curtis, 143, 1911 
Cantrell Oscar H* 
Ewing F Lund, 304, 1890 
Farrin H C, 142, 1906 
Genovar W Phil, 195, 1905 
Sellers Angus M, 142, 1913 
Smith S Ewing 5 
Welters E A, 342, 1910 
Young George D, 322, 190311 



10,725 



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ST. PETERSBURG, HlUsboro. 

Bradfield Wm K, 262, 1908 

Brown George L, 142, 1899 

Carmichael Parks M, 143, 1900 

Caswell Daniel B, 143, 1894 

Futch Hugh L§ 

Wilcox Elton L§ 

Williams Parish S, 342, 1911 

SAN ANTONIO, Pasco 

Campbell James- T, 300, 1896 



4,12T 



SANFORD, Orange. 6,37S 

Butt Cecil Gif 

Householder Wm E, 142, 1904tl 

Mason Reuben M, 143, 1896 



SARASOTA, Manatee. 840 

Kartack Edwin A, 152, 1898 
Noble Lawrence M, 142, 1916 
Paulk James E, 143, 1904 



SEABREEZE, Volusia. 308 

Bigelow Alexander T, 229, ,1873 



SEBRING, De Soto 

Etheredge Ezekiel J, 216, 1896 



SELMAN, Calhoun. 

Atkins E N, 142, 190811 



STANTON, Marlon 

Lytle Carl A, 341, 1914 
Lytle Earl B, 341, 1914 



STARKE, Bradford. 1,135 

Havnes J Ojlt 
Haynes O L, 142, 1913 
Turner Ulphian G, 142, 1907 



STUART, Palm Beach. 237 

Roberts Charles E, 195, 1898 



TALLAHASSEE, Leon. 

Coe John C, 142, 1916 
Lewis Wm E, 216, 1884 
Ringeling P, 342, 1884 
Shine R A, 216, 1887 
VanBrunt W E§ 
Wilson James F, 142, 1915 



5,018 



TAMPA, Hlllsboro. 68,275 

Adams Frank L, 320, 1904, West Tam- 
pa 

Allen Sanford W,11t 2011/2 Madison 
.Alsobrook Kyle B, 134, 1916, 26 Gid- 
dens bldg 

Augustine Lewis S, 341, 1916, 308 
Curry bldg 



Berkshire C E,* 422 Citizens Bank 
bldg 

Bize Fred A, 153, 1900,t 205 Citizens 
Bank bldg 

Bradley J W, 143, 1905, 22 Giddens 
bldg 

Brummette G A, 195, 1909, 201 Vs Madi- 
son 

Brummick Breland A, 342, 1916, 1001 
E Harrison 

Caraballo Christobal, 216, 1909, 15141/2 
7th av 

Caswell Henry E, 300, 1902, 703 Citi- 
zens Bank bldg 

Clinkscales R Marcus, 341, 1914, 22071^ 
7th av 

Cowart Benjamin T,t 604i^ Franklin 

DEAN WILLIAM A, D D S, Louisville 
Coll of Dentistry (Dental Dept Cen- 
tral Univ). Louisville, Ky, 1904; Rec 
Sec Southern Branch Natl Dental 
Assn; Pres Southern Branch Natl 
Dental Assn; Rec-Sec and Pres Fla 
State Dental Assn; Hours 8 a m-12 
m and 1-5 p m; Tel 4585; 309 Am 
Natl Bank Bldg 

Diaz Miguel T,§ 805% Main, W T 

Dorchester W E,§ 221 Citizens Bank 
bldg 

Frink Lorenzo M, 341, 1886, 208y2 
Madison 

Hart Robert L, 142, 1911, 808 Citizens 
Bank bldg 

Head Wm P, 142, 1902; Mohawk av 
cor Narragansett av 

Henderson Robert P, 341, 1889, 202 
Curry bldg 

Howell Leroy A, 342, 1910, 1302y2 
Jefferson 

Jennings Wm M,t 1103 1^ Franklin 

Jordan Julian W,1[ 303 Dawson & 
Thornton bldg 

Kah Hugh W, 143, 1907, 5151/2 Frank- 
lin 

Kohly Alfred J, 216, 1899, I8O51/2 15th 

Latham Fred C, 143, 1898, I8O51/2 15th 

Lightsey Thomas W, 142, 1914, 17221/2 
7 th av 

Mansker Elvis O, 341, 1913, 604 Citi- 
zens Bank bldg 

MASON WM G, D D S, Southern Den- 
tal Coll (Dental Dept, Atlanta Coll 
of Phys and Surgs), Atlanta, Ga, 
1892; Ex-Pres Southern Branch Natl 
Dental Assn; Mem Fla State Dental 
Soc; 806 Citizens Bank Bldg 



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TAMPA — Cont'd 

Meyers Rex E, 142, 1910, 2109 7tli av 

Milam Turner M, 206, 1867, 805 Citi- 
zens Bank bldg 

Nance Charles L, 195, 1901,1It 4 First 
Natl Bank bldg 

Noble Lorenzo D,§ 1014 Horatio 

Oberlin Earl R, 175, 1904, 20iy2 Madi- 
son 

Reed Robert E, 143, 1914, 316 1/2 Frank- 
lin 

Samuels Ernest O, 195, 1909, 8I614. 
Franklin 

Shannon Rutherford B, 185, 1900, 205% 
Fielding av 

Springer Max, 142, 1911, 311 Dawson 
& Thorton bldg 

Steigerwald Ronan C, 217, 1907, 5151/2 
Franklin 

Whiteside Richard, 142, 1901, 1510y2 
7th av 

Wilkes John M, 142, 1891, 10 Giddens 
bldg 

Wilson Robin C, 142, 1912, 415 Citizens 
Bank bldg 



TARPON SPRINGS, Pinellas. 

Baggett J MH 
Pattishall H B, 341, 1911 



2,212 



TITUSVILLE, Brevard. 868 

Mell W B§ 



UMATILLA, Lake. 283 

Hannah Andrew Jf 
Owens H D, 142, 1906 



WALDO, Alachua. 540 

Hicks P D, 143, 1904 
Stephens Frank B, 350, 1903 



WAUCHULA, De Soto. 1,099 

Boston G W§ 

Groover Clayton J, 142, 1904 

Stuart J F§ 



WEST PALM BEACH, Palm Beach. 1,74$ 

Earman John B,§ 
Liddy John E, 322, 1888 
Macy R Hubert, 341, 1902 
Miller J EJI 
Terell John H, 131, 1916 



WHITE SPRINGS, Hamilton 

Lee G AH 



AVILDWOOD, Sumter. 329 

Market F J, 216, 1907 



WILHSTON, Levy. 371 

Reddick Joseph N, 142, 1911 



WINTERHAVEN, Polk. 375 

McKay Walter N, 158, 1891 



GEORGIA 

CAPITAL, ATLANTA 



Population of State, 2,776,513 
(U. S. Census Bureau, 1914) 
Number of Dentists, 772 
For list of Dental Colleges, see page 43. 



STATE BOARD OP DENTAL EXAMINERS 
Secretary, D. D. Atkinson, Brunswick. 



DENTAL COLLEGES 

Atlanta Dental College, 84 1/^ Edgewood Ave., Atlanta — Dean, Claude N. Hughes, 
D. D. S. 

Southern Dental College, 100 N. Butler, Atlanta — Dean, S. W. Foster, D. D. S. 



DENTAL SOCIETIES 

Georgia State Dental Society — Organized 1886. President, A. A, Williams, 
Columbus; 1st Vice-President, T. P. Hinman, Atlanta; Secretary, M. M. Forbes, 
Candler Bldg., Atlanta; Treasurer, W. M. Zirkle, Atlanta. 

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REGISTER AND DIRECTORY (1917) GEORGIA 187 

DENTAL LAW OF GEORGIA 

(As Approved December 15th, 1897. And as Amended 
and Approved August 16th, 1909.) 
AN ACT to amend an Act entitled "An Act to establish a Board of Dental Examiners, 
prescribe its powers and duties and to regulate dentistry and the practice 
thereof, and to repeal existing laws regulating the same, and for other pur- 
poses," approved Dec. 15th, 1897; by changing said Act so as to provide for the 
selection of four dentists of the Dental Society for recommendation to the 
Governor for appointment to the Dental Board of Examiners of Georgia; by 
changing the place and time of meeting of said Board of Dental Examiners 
and provide that the same shall meet in the City of Atlanta; by changing said 
Act by providing that no one except graduates from a respectable dental school 
shall be entitled to an examination for license to practice dentistry; by providing 
that the Board of Dental Examiners shall have authority to employ and pay 
Counsel to prosecute any violation of the Dental Laws of the State; by provid- 
ing for the payment of expenses of a member of the board to the annual meet- 
ing of the National Association of Dental Examiners, and to pay the annual 
membership fee in said association; to better define the practice of dentistry and 
to regulate the practice thereof, and for other, purposes. 

Section 1. Be it further enacted by the General Assembly of the State or 
Goergia, and it is hereby enacted by authority of the same. That it shall be unlawful 
for any person to engage in the practice of dentistry in the State of Georgia unless 
said person shall have obtained a license from a Board of Dental Examiners, duly 
authorized and appointed under the provisions of this Act to issue licenses, provided, 
that this Act shall not affect the right under the laws of Georgia of dentists to 
practice dentistry who have lawful right to practice dentistry at the time if the 
passage of this Act. 

Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That a Board of Examiners is hereby created to 
be known as the Board of Dental Examiners of Georgia. The members of the 
board shall be appointed by the Governor of Georgia upon the recommendation of 
the Georgia State Dental Society, as follows to-wit: — The State Dental Society shall 
nominate, at its first annual meeting after the passage of this Act, ten reputable 
practicing dentists, who have been in the practice of dentistry In this State for five 
years or over at the time of their appointment, five of whom shall be members of the 
State Dental Society of this State, and five non-members. From such names the 
Governor shall appoint five persons who shall compose the Board of Dental Ex- 
aminers of Georgia, and hold tlieir terms for one, two, three, four and five years, 
according to their appointment and commission and every year thereafter said 
Dental Society at its annual meeting, shall select four dentists who shall have the 
same qualifications as hereinbefore provided for the members previously elected, 
from which number the Governor shall appoint one person to be a member of the 
said board who shall hold his office for a term of five years; provided, that nothing 
In this Act shall interfere with the members of the present board serving In office 
to the end of the period for which they were elected, and said members, to-wlt: 
J. H. Coyle, of Thomasville, Ga. ; A. G. Bouton, of Savannah, Ga. ; B. H. Catching, of 
Atlanta, Ga. ; H. H. Johnson, of Macon, Ga.; and D. D. Atkinson, of Brunswick, Ga., 
until the expiration of their said term, to-wit: — At the annual meeting of the 
Georgia State Dental Society for the year 1898; and until their successors are ap- 
pointed and qualified be, and they are, hereby made members of the said board. 
In case of vacancy in said board, such vacancy shall be filled by appointment of 
the Governor upon the recommendation of the president of the Georgia State Dental 
Society. 

Sec. 3. Be it further enacted, That it shall be the power and duty of said 
board to organize by the election of one of its members president and another 
secretary and treasurer; to meet in the City of Atlanta, Georgia, immediately after 
the close of the term of the majority of the Dental Colleges of the State, and also 
to meet annually regularly at the time and place of the regular meeting of the 
Georgia State Dental Society, and to hold such meetings in any county in this State 
as often as the business and duties of the board may require, the calls for such 
meetings to be made by not less than three members of the said board, and a 
written notice of the time and place and object of said called meeting to be mailed 
by the secretary and treasurer of said board to all members thereof not parties 
to the call, at least fifteen days before the day of meeting; to examine all applicants 
for licenses to practice dentistry who are entitled under this Act to be examined, 
and to issue licenses to practice dentistry according to the provisions of this Act; 
to collect and apply all fees as directed by this Act; to keep a book showing the 
names of all persons to whom licenses have been granted by the said board to 
practice dentistry, and such other books as may be necessary to plainly show all 
the acts and doings of said board; to have and use a seal bearing the name, "Board 
of Dental Examiners of Georgia." 

Sec. 4. Be it further enacted. That each member of the board shall, upon his 
qualification, file with the secretary and treasurer his postofflce address and there- 
after a notice of any change therein. Any notice sent to the address so on file shall 
be deemed to comply with the requirements of this Act as to notice to them. 



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Sec. 5. Be it further enacted, That all books of said board shall be books of 
public record, and at all times, except on Sundays and public holidays, be kept open 
to public inspection. A certified copy of any part or all thereof shall be primary 
evidence in any court of this State. The original books shall be kept in the office 
of the secretary and treasurer of said board, wherever he may reside, and he shall 
furnish to any person making- application therefor a copy of any part thereof upon 
the applicant paying a fee of fifteen cents per hundred vi^ords so copied, the said 
fee to belong to the secretary and treasurer. All certified copies shall be certified 
by the secretary and treasurer. 

Sec. 6. Be it further enacted. That said board shall examine all applicants fur- 
nishing satisfactory evidence of having graduated from a school of dentistry whose 
term and curriculum is equal to that of a majority of schools of dentistry in the 
United States, and if such applicant pass a satisfactory examination, a license to 
practice dentistry shall be granted to the applicant. 

Sec. 7. Be it further enacted. That if any dentists shall be guilty of cruelty, 
incapaci-ty, unskillfulness, gross negligence, indecent conduct toward patients, or 
any such professional misbehavior, or show unfitness upon the part of the dentist 
to practice, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and on conviction, in any court of this 
State having jurisdiction of such offenses, shall be fined as prescribed in section 1039 
of Vol. 3 of the Code of 1895, and his license to practice dentistry shall be revoked 
by the board. 

Sec. 8. Be it further enacted. That any dentist or other person who shall at any 
hearing before the board, either by himself or by his procurement, make any false 
statement or misrepresentation with intent to deceive or mislead said board, shall 
be guilty of misdemeanor, and upon conviction before any court having jurisdic- 
tion of said offense, be fined as prescribed in section 1039 of Vol. 3 of the Code of 
1895, and such dentist's license to practice shall be revoked by the board. 

Sec. 9. Be it further enacted. That any person who, in violation of the provisions 
of this Act, shall practice or attempt to practice dentistry in this State, shall be 
deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof shall be punished as 
.prescribed in 1039 of Vol. 3 of the Code of Georgia of 1895; provided, that nothing 
in this Act shall be construed to prevent any person from extracting teeth without 
fee or reward. 

Sec. 10. Be it fuither enacted, That in order to provide the means for carrying 
out and maintaining the provisions of this Act, the said Board of Examiners may 
charge in advance each person applying to, or appearing before it for each entire 
examination for license to practice dentistry, a fee of ten dollars ($10.00) which in 
no case shall be refunded to the applicant. Out of the funds coming into the 
possession of the board when so collected the members of this board may receive 
as compensation the sum of four dollars ($4.00) each, for each day actually engaged 
in the duties of their office and all necessary expenses incurred in attending the 
meeting of the board or in prosecuting cases. In order to command the highest ef- 
ficiency in its working capacity, said board may, from the funds collected, pay the 
expenses of one of its members to the annual meeting of the National Association of 
Dental Examiners, and also to pay the annual membership dues to said Association. 
Said expenses shall be paid from the fees received by the board under the pro- 
visions of this Act, and no part of the salary or other expenses of said board shall 
ever be paid out of the State Treasury. All money received in excess of said ex- 
penses above provided for shall be held by the secretary of the board as a special 
fund for meeting the expenses of said board, he giving such bond as the board shall 
from time to time direct, and receive such compensation as the board shall pre- 
scribe. The said .board shall make an annual report of its proceedings to the. 
Georgia State Dental Society, together with all moneys received and disbursed by 
the said board pursuant to this Act; provided, that should an amount exceed three 
hvmdred dolars be at any time accumulated over and above the legitimate ex- 
penses of the board, all moneys in excess of this amount be paid into the common 
school fund of the State. 

Sec. 11. Be it enacted. That all persons licensed by said board to practice 
dentistry shall cause such license to be registered by the clerk of the superior court 
in the county or counties in which such persons may desire to engage in the practice 
of dentistry, and said clerk of the court shall issue a certificate to that effect, and 
receive a fee of fifty cents for same. Any failure, neglect or refusal on the part of 
any per.son holding such license to register the same with the clerk of court as above 
directed for a period of six months shall work a forfeiture of the license, and no 
license when once forfeited shall be restored except upon the payment to said Board 
of Examiners the sum of ten dollars ($10.00). The temporary license hereinafter 
provided for need not be recorded. 

Sec. 12. Be it further enacted. That three (3) members of said board shall con- 
stitute a quorum for the transaction of business, and should a quorum not be present 
upon the day appointed for the meeting, those present may adjourn from time to 
time until a quorum is present. 

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See. 13. Be it further enacted, That in cases where a person is entitled to an 
examination for a license, one member of said board may examine him and furnish 
a temporary license to any applicant to practice dentistry until the next annual 
meeting- of the board, when he shall report the fact, at which time the temporary 
license shall expire, but such temporary license shall not be granted by a member 
of the board after the board has rejected the applicant. For conducting- such ex- 
amination, the member of said board conducting said examination may, In advance, 
charge and receive a fee of five dollars to be applied to his own use for his services 
In examining the applicant. No other fee shall be charged for granting the 
temporary license. , ^ , « 

Sec. 14. Be it further enacted, That it shall be unlawful for any person to 
practice dentistry or do any operation under the protection of another's license. 

Sec. 15. Be it further enacted. That all persons shall be held to be practicing 
dentistrv -within the meaning of this Act who shall charge a fee or salary or other 
reward to be paid either to him or to another person for operations or parts of 
operations of any kind in the treatment of disease or lesions of the human teeth 
or jaws or extract teeth or in correction of the malposition thereof, or who shall 
fill or crown a human tooth or teeth, or by any method supply any substitute to take 
the place of a lost tooth or teeth, or do any operation whatsoever on a human tooth 
or teeth, gums, or jaw, or who shall make an examination of a human tooth or teeth, 
gums or jaws, or take an impression thereof, for the purpose of treating or operating 
upon the same, or who shall by any means whatsoever make it known or imply that 
he will do such operations; and such act or acts as mentioned above shall constitute 
prima facie evidence of the practice of dentistry; provided, that nothing In this Act 
shall apply to regular licensed physicians in extracting teeth and charging a fee 
therefor, or performing surgical operations. Said Board of Dental Examiners is 
hereby empowered when in its judgment it is necessary to carry out the provisions 
of thi's Act and enforce the same by prisecution or otherwise to employ and pay 
counsel out of the funds collected by said board for examination fees, and said 
board is hereby empowered to so employ and pay counsel to prosecute any and all 
violations of the provisions of the dental laws of this State. 

Sec. 16. Be it further enacted, That all dentists in the actual practice of their 
profession in this State be, and they are hereby exempt from jury duty; provided, 
that this exemption shall not operate to disqualify those dentists who may wish to 
serve. 

Sec. 17. Be it further enacted. That all the laws heretofore enacted and existing 
in the State of Georgia referring to dentistry and the practice thereof, and to the 
several particular matters of contemplated in this Act, be, and the same are, hereby 
repealed, and all laws in conflict with this Act be repealed. 

Be it further enacted. That all laws and parts of laws in conflict with this 
Act be, and the same are, hereby repealed. 

Approved August 13, 1909. , 




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Claude A. Smith, M. D. 

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B. B. Todd, D. D. S. 

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LlSnr OF DEZNTISTS 

ARRANGED ALPHABETICALLY BY POSTOFFICES. 

SYM BOL.S: 

*No report received. tMem. State Dental Assn. HRegistered. §Meni. District Dental Society* 

The Postoffice address is shown in DISPLAY TYPE, the name of the county in which It is located 
Immediately follows, and then the population of the place. The names of Dentists appear under the 
postoffice name, the first number (the key to which will be found on pages 41 to 48) indicates the 
college of sfraduation, and the last number the year in which diploma was granted. 



ABBEVILLE, ^Vilcox. 

Jones T P, 143, 189811 
Smith M S, 142, 1912 



1,201 



ACWORTH, Cobb. 

Reed Jesse A, 142, 1891 
Yancey J C, 143, — 



1,043 



ADAIRSVILLE, Bartow. 751 

Hambright James W, 341, 1882 



ADEL, BerHen. 1,902 

Keene George W, 142, 1904 
Morrison F 0, 142, 1902 



AGRICOLA, Glascook. 21 

Gibson Charles S, 142, 1905 



ALBANY, Dougherty. 8,190 

Cutliff J G, 341, 1891 
Denison Eugene H, 341, 1891 
Dorsett Joseph W, 142, 1891 
Godwin T M, 142, 1914 
Henry James M, 342, 1905 
Hightower Earl 9, 143, — 
Passmore James W, 143, 1903 



ALMA, Appling. 

Wheeler J H* 
McDonald J H, 143, — 



45S 



AMERICUS, Sumter. 10,925 

Chapman Charles K, 142, 1890 



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DAVIS CHARLES P. D D S, Vander- 
bilt Univ (Dept of Dentistry), Nash- 
ville, Tenn, 1895; Mem and Ex-Pres 
Ga State Dental Soc, Natl Dental 
Assn; Dental Surgeon City Hosp; 
Registered; Mem City Bd of Educa- 
tion, Capt Infantry, Natl Guard Ga; 
(Retired); Allison Bldg, Lamar st 

Evans N Seymour, 143, 1904 

Glover Henry H, 341, 1897 

Hart Terry M, 320, 1913 

McKee S H, 341, 1889t 

Pughsley D F, 342, 1906 

Wheeler M H, 142, 1913 



APPLE VALLEY, Jackson. 101 

(R D Jefferson) 
McDonald Thomas C, 142, 1905 



ARLINGTON, Calhonn. 

Season Willie, 142. 1915 
Rainey E K, 217, 1892 
Sanders A S, 143, 1908 



1,308 



ASHBURN. Turner. 2,214 

Cooper George W, 143, 1897 
Price T Albert, 144, 1912 



ATHENS, Clarke. 14,913 

BETTS LOVICK N, D D S, Southern 
Dental Coll (Dental D-ept Atlanta 
Coll of Phys and SurgbJ, Atlanta, 
Ga, 1901; Tel 401; 402 Holman Bldg 

Burney Isadore H, 342, 1905 

CASON W L, D D 8, Southern Dental 
Coll (Dental Dept Atlanta Coll of 
Phys and Surgs), Atlanta, Ga, 1892; 
Post-Grad Chicago, 111 and Atlanta, 
Ga; Mem Atlanta Dental Clinic, Ga 
State Dental Soc and Natl Dental 
Assn; Hours 8:30 a m to 6 p m; Tel 
780; 306-7 Southern Mutual Bldg 

Clarke Wm A, 142, 1915 

Ginn R H, 142, 1911 

Hudson Edward BU 

Lowrance Henry A If 

Mason James H, 142, 1904 

Peacock D Lee, 216, 1898 

Ryder Charles A, 340, 1881 

Slaughter Nathaniel G, 142, 1902 

Slaughter Wilson M, 142, 1900 

Summerlin M T, 143, 1908 

Ware S J, 143, 1908 



ATLANTA, Fulton. 226,504 
ADAIR ROBERT EENJ, D D S, Balti- 
.' more Coll of Dental Surgery, Balti- 
- more, Md, 1872; Ex-Pres Ga State 



Dental Soc; Mem Natl Dental Assn; 
Special Attention to Pyorrhea 
Cases; OfBce 319 Grant Bldg 

ADAIR ROBIN, B S, M D, D D S, B S 
Univ of Georgia, 1899; M D, Atlan- 
ta Coll Phys and Surgs, Atlanta, Ga, 
1903; D D S, Southern Dental Coll, 
Atlanta, Ga, 1902; Author Book 
"Practice Oral Hygiene, Prophylaxis 
and Pyorrhea Alveolaris;" Mem 
Atlanta Dental Soc, Ga State Dental 
Soc, Natl Dental Assn, Am Med 
Assn, Ga State and Fulton Co Med 
Socs; Office 319-321 Grant Bldg 

Armstrong Klatte R, 143, 1905, 806 
Candler bldg 

Ayer Guy DJ 825 Hurt bldg 

BARNWELL CHARLES M JR, D D S, 
Atlanta Dental Coll, Atlanta, Ga, 
1900; Mem Natl Dental Assn, Ga 
State and Atlanta Dental Socs; 716 
Grant Bldg 

BARRETT JEFF K, D D S, Atlanta 
Dental Coll, Atlanta, Ga, 1908; Mem 
Georgia State Dental Soc; Sec At- 
lanta Dental Soc; 1111 Fourth Natl 
Bank Bldg 

Battle Claude E, 143, 1904. 349 Grant 

Belyeu F Lafayette, 143, 1914, 610 
Candler bldg 

Belyeu Wm S.ff 504 Decatur 

Blair S C, 142, 1914. Gordon and Lee 

Boone Clinton R, 142, 1916. 806 At- 
lanta Natl Bank bldg 

Broach James A, 142, 1905. 813 Cand- 
ler bldg 

Brockett Clinton T, 217, 1870. 301 The 
Grand 

Broughton Joseph, 130, 1896. 1201 4th 
Natl Bank bldg 

Brown Paul F, 143, 1906. 1015 Grant 
bldg 

Buchanan C Edward, 142, 1907. 431 
Candler bldg 

Burkett Ulysses B, 143, 1909. 1307 4th 
Natl Bank bldg 

Burnley Richard T, 143, 1906. 622 
Atlanta Natl Bank bldg 

Carter Benjamin T, 142, 1913. 630 
Candler bldg 

Chandler Walter B, 143, 1905. 790^4 
Marietta 

Christian C H, 143, 1909. 94% White- 
hall 

Collins Cara Clf 815 Grant bldg 

Constantine Clarence A, 143, 19% 
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ATLANTA — Cont'd 

Cook Thomas E, 142, 1914. 813 Cand- 
ler bldg 

Cousins Rufus C, 143, 1901. IQVa 
Whitehall 

Covington Ernest E, 143, 1909. 831 
Candler bldg 

Crenshaw J D, 143, 1900. College Park 

Crenshaw Thomas, 341, 1886. 619 
Grant bldg 

CRENSHAW WM, D D S, Baltimore 
College of Dental Surgery, 1884; 
Mem Natl Dental Assn and Ga State 
Dental Soc; Hon Mem Miss, Ala- 
bama, Texas, North and South Caro- 
lina and Florida State Dental Sees; 
619-621 Grant Bldg 

Crist Max Z, 142, 1889. 84 Peachtree 

CROGMAN LEONIDAS C, D D S, 
Philadelphia Dental Coll and Gar- 
retson Hosp of Oral Surgery, Phila, 
Pa, 1915; 403-404 Odd Fellows Bldg 

Crouch Charles F, 142, 1899, 702 At- 
lanta Trust bldg 

Cullen Clarence A, 142, 1913, 710 Cand- 
ler bldg 

Curtis Frederick A, 110, 1905, 402 Sil- 
vey bldg 

Curtis James A, 143, 1911, 328 N Jack- 
son 

Dashwood Percy T, 143, 1898. 521 

Davis Homer A, 143, 1912. 1301 
4th Natl Bank bldg 

Davis Morgan A, 143, 1889. 1301 4th 
Natl Bank bldg 

Dumas M Luther, 143, 1904. Annex G 
Rhodes bldg 

EBY JOS D, D D S, Southern Dental 
Coll, Dental Dept Coll Phys and 
Surgs, Atlanta, Ga, 1907; Prof of 
Orthodontia, Atlanta Dental Coll; 
Mem Natl Dental Assn and Georgia 
State Dental Soc; Pres Atlanta Den- 
tal Soc; Hon Mem Ala, N C, S C, 
Miss, Florida and Other Dental Socs; 
Office Hours 8 a m to 1 p m; 2:30 
to 5 p m; Office 509-15 Fourth Natl 
Bank Bldg 

Enloe Gillespie, 143, 1898. 611 Grant 
bldg 

Eubanks Richard M,* 610 Candler bldg 

Feagan Herbert T, 142, 1915, 911 Cand- 
ler bldg 

Feagan John H, 142, 1897, 311 Court- 
land 

Flynt Harry L, 143, 1901, 631 Candler 
bldp 



Forbes Marcellus M, 142, 1910, 803 

Candler bldg ■ 

Foster John H, 143, 1909, 231^^ Marl- | 

etta 
FOSTER MARVIN F, D D S, Southern 
Dental Coll, Atlanta, Ga, 1902; As- 
sociate Prof and Demonstrator Op- 
erative Dentistry Southern Dental 
Coll; Hon Mem Fla State Dental 
Soc; Mem Ga State Dental Soc, At- 
lanta Soc of Dental Surgery and 
Natl Dental Assn; 627-628 Candler 
Bldg 
FOSTER SHEPPARD W, D D S, Van- 
derbilt Univ, Dental Dept, Nashville, 
Tenn, 1887; Dean of the Faculty 
and Prof of Pathology Southern 
Dental Coll; Mem National Dental 
Assn; Ex-Pres and Ex-Sec Southern 
Branch National Dental Assn; Ex- 
Pres National Assn Dental Faculties ; 
Mem Georgia and Hon Mem Ala- 
bama, North Carolina, South Caro- 
lina, Tennessee, Mississippi and 
Florida State Dental Socs; Office 
100 N Butler, Sou Dental Coll Bldg 
Garrett Henry L, 143, 1911, 304^ 

Hemphill av 
Graves Antone jr, 131, 1912, 192 Au- 
burn av 
Green J T, 142, 1910, 811 Atlanta Natl 

Bank bldg 
Hall B Eastman, 142, 1905, 83 Va White- 
hall 
Hamilton Joseph R, 342, 1904, 125 HU- 

liard 
Harper Wm J, 143, 1905, 811 Healey 

bldg 
Heard Joseph G, 142, 1892, 710 Hurt 

bldg 
Hearn W Dodge, 142, 1906, 148 West- 
minster drive 
HILL DELOS L, D D S, Atlanta Den- 
ital Coll, Atlanta, Ga, 1903; Prof 
Physiology Southern Dental Coll; 
Ex-Pres Ga State Dental Assn; Ex- 
Sec Same; Ex-Pres Atlanta Soc of 
Dental Surgs; Treas Same; Supreme 
Councillor Psi Omega Dental Frater- 
nity; Past Grand Master Tau Chap- 
ter Same; Past Grand Master At- 
lanta Alumni Chapter Same; Mein 
Ga State Dental Soc, Southern 
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Assns; Suite 612-613-614 Grant Bldg [ 
Hill Richard B, 143, 1898, 812 Cand- [ 
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> HINMAN THOS P, D D S, Dental 

Dept Southern Med Coll, Atlanta, 
Ga, 1891; Ex-Pres Southern Branch 
Natl Dental Assn; Prof of Operative 
Dentistry and Oral Surgy Atlanta 
Dental Coll, Atlanta Ga; Pres Natl 
Dental Assn; V-Pres Research Lnst 
of the Natl Dental Assn; Mem Ga 
State Dental Soc; Hon Mem of Ala, 
• Miss, Louisiana, Tenn, N C, Texas 
and Fla Dental Socs; Hon Pres 
Section Eighth International Dental 
Congress, London, 1914; Rooms 509- 
515 4th Natl Bank Bldg 

Hodge Charles P, 143, 1910. 1008 Atl 
Natl Bank bldg 

Hodnett Walter C, 142, 1905. 612 
Grant bldg 

HOLLAND FRANK, M D, Registered; 
Prof Operative Dentistry Southern 
Dental College, 717 Grant Bldg 

Holsey James H, 131, 1890. 111/2 S 
Broad 

Holtzendorff Cari P, 143, 1909. 21 W 
Alsx&iidGr 

Hornsby Thomas- L, 143, 1904. 21 
Whitehall ter 

Howard Clinton C, 112, 1907. 624 
Candler bldg 

HUFF M DUMAH, A B, D D S, South- 
ern Dental Coll of .the (Formerly 
Southern Med Coll , Coll of Phys 
and Surgs, Atlanta, Ga, 1901; Prof 
Materia Medica and Therapeutics 
and Radiology and Formerly Demon- 
strator Crown, Bridge and Inlay 
Work Same; Ex-V-Pres Southern 
Branch National Dental Assn; Pres 
Ga State Dental Soc; Elx-Pres of 
Atlanta Soc Dentistry; Hon Mem 
Fla, N C and S C State Dental Socs 
and Psi Omega Dental Fraternity; 
Office Hours 8 to 12 a m, 1 to 5 p m; 
333 Candler Bldg 

HUGHES CLAUDE, D D S, Atlanta 
Dental Coll, Atlanta, Ga, 1907; Dean 
and Prof Prosthetic Dentistry in 
Same; Ex-Pres Atlanta Soc Dental. 
Surgeons; Treas Atlanta Alumni 
Chapter Psi Omega Dental Frater- 
nity; Mem Natl Dental Assn and Ga 
State Dental Soc; Hon Mem Ala, 
Miss, Fla and N C State Dental 
Socs; 814-815 Grant Bldg 

Hunter Roy A, 143, 1916, 23iy2 Mari- 
etta 

Hutchinson Wm R, 143, 1908.11 831 
Healey bldg 



Ingram Robert F, 143, 1898, 609 Grant 
bldg 

Jensen Helbeck, 143, 1906, 781/2 White- 
hall 

Jewett Henry R, 142, 1892, 514 The 
Grand 

Johnson James W, 321, 1904, I321/2 
Whitehall 

Jones Claude E, 142, 1911, 829 Cand- 
ler bldg 

Lambright Wm E, 143, 1900,t 1016 
Grant bldg 

Lanford Wm J, 142, 1903, 61 Inman 
bldg 

Langston Lovick P, 143, 1912, 518 
Grant bldg 

Link James A, 142, 1889, 1213 4th 
Natl Bank bldg 

LORENZ JOHN H, D D S, Atlanta 
Dental Coll, Atlanta, Ga, 1902; Mem 
Natl Dental Assn and Ga State Den- 
tal Soc; 909-911 4th Natl Bank Bldg 

McCormack R Frank, 143, 1911, 515 
Grant bldg 

McLarty Marion W,|I 1008 Atlanta Natl 
Bank bldg 

McNeill Jesse W, 143, 1901, 208 Grand 
Opera bldg 

Maddox Charles F,* 158 Windsor 

Manry Chaudoin, 143, 1903, 231/2 W 
Mitchell 

Meldrim Harry L, 143, 1898, 462 Cand- 
ler bldg 

Mincev Edward D,* 423% Marietta 

Mitchell J Russell, 142, 1911, 811 Cand- 
ler bldg 

Mixon Monbreau Nelson, 277, 1887, 509 
Atl Natl Bank bldg 

Mizell James G, 143, 1909, 414 Atlanta 
Natl Bank bldg 

Moncrief James B, 142, 1891, 509 Flat- 
iron bldg 

Moore George R, 143, 1908, 822 Healey 
bldg 

Morgan Eglon T, 195, 1887, 1019 Atlan- 
ta Natl Bank bldg 

MORGAN NUMA E, D D S, Atlanta 
Dental Coll, Atlanta, Ga, 1912; Spec- 
ialty Orthodontic Appliances for the 
Profession; 629-630 Candler Bldg 

MORRISON DONALD, D D S, Atlanta 
Dental Coll, Atlanta, Ga, 1915; Mem 
Georgia State Dental Assn; Hours 
8 a m tp 1 and 2:30 to 5 p m; 431 
Candler Bldg 



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ATLANTA — Cont'd 
MORRISON THADDEUS, D D S, 

Southern Dental Coll, Dental Dept 
Atlanta ColT of Phys and Surgs, At- 
lanta, Ga, 1909; Mem Ga State Den- 
tal Soc; Hon Mem Ala and Fla Den- 
tal Socs; Office Hours 8 a m to 1 p 
m and 2:30 to 5 p m; 412 Candler 
Bldg 

Mott Carlton B, 216, 1903, 806 Atlanta 
Natl Bank bldg 

Myshrall George H, 143, 1915, 1016 At- 
lanta Natl Bank bldg 

Needham Charles C, 264, 1895, 231/2 
Whitehall 

Osborne Joseph D, 143, 1911, 829 Hea- 
ley bldg 

Payne Hammond R, 142, 1915, 152 W 
Merritts av 

Pelot Thomas C, 143, 1908, IOCVb 
Whitehall 

Pickett Carl, 143, 1909, 831 Healy bldg 

Pierce James M, 143, 1911, 401 Grant 
bldg 

Pierson John V, 142, 1905, 808 Candler 
bldg 

Porter James R, 342, 1889, 191/3 Walton 

Reddick Richard M, 131, 1909, 78i^ 
S Broad 

Rhodes J Frank jr, 143, 1914, 806 Cand- 
ler bldg 

Rowan James W, 143, 1904, 512 The 
Grand 

Rudisail O L, 142, 1903. 514 The Grand 

Seamans James O, 142, 1899, 513 Atl 
Natl Bank bldg 

Shields Robert H, 143, 1901, 83i^ 
Whitehall 

Shivery George R, 342, 1906, 811/^ S 

Silverman Samuel L, 142, 1910, 604 4th 

Natl Bank bldg 
Smith David B, 321, 1888, 802 Atlanta 

Natl Bank bldg 
Smith FYancis P,* 565 Washington 
Smith Owen, 143, 1901, 189 Whitehall 
Stevenson George H, 143, 1909, 611 

Grant bldg 
Stillman Lowe, 143, 1907, 822 Atlanta 

Natl Bank bldg 
Swicegood J M, 143, 1906, 908 Flat- 
iron bldg 
Talley Theophilus P, 142, 19^5, 710 

Candler bldg 
Terry George M, 142, 1899, 53 Inman 

bldg 
Todd B B, 142, 1913, 824 Hurt bldg 



Tolbert Robert E L, 142, 1911, 310 

Candler bldg 
Turner Malcolm E, 143, 1897, 1310 4th 

Natl Bank bldg 
Turner Wm J, 143, 1911, 810 Hurt bldg 
TUTTLE MONTAGUE, D D S, Atlan- 
ta Dental Coll, Atlanta, Ga, 1894; 1st 
Honor and Gold Medal for best in 
Crown and Bridge Work; Licensed 
in Ga, La, Ala and Fla; Ex-Mem Ga, • 
La and Fla State Dental Socs; In- 
ventor The Tuttle Cast Gold Back 
Jacket Crowns; Hours 9 a m to 5 
p m; 37 V2 Gordon 
VARN M H, D D S, Southern Dental 
Coll, Atlanta, Ga, 1913; Demonstra- 
tor Prosthetic Dentistry at Same; 
Prop Yarn Dental Laboratory; Mem 
National and Georgia State Dental 
Assns and Psi Omega Fraternity, 
Gamma Iota Chapter; Hon Mem S C 
State Dental Soc; 118% Edgewood 
avenue 
Wall W C, 142, 1904, 199 Courtland 
Wallace Edward B,* 51 1/2 S Broadway 
Wallace Witherspoon, 143, 1911, 325 

Candler bldg 
Webb J Belton, 142, 1908, 331/2 White- 
hall 
Webster James B, 142, 1911, 829 Cand- 
ler bldg 
Wells M C, 142, 1914, Woodward av 

and Grant 
White Fred J, 269, 1904, 515 Atlanta 

Natl Bank bldg 
White Leroy M, 216, 1899, 313 Connally 

bldg 
White Walter A, 143, 1903, 630 Cand- 
ler bldg 
White Wm P, 143, 1900, IO6I/2 White- 
hall 
Whitehead Paul A, 143, 1914, 1019 At- 
lanta Natl Bank bldg 
Wildauer Benjamin, 142, 1899, 514 

Grant bldg 
WILLIAMS C J, D D S, Southern Den- 
tal Coll, Atlanta, Ga, 1913; Demon- 
strator Prosthetic Dentistry at 
Same; Mem Ga State and Fla State 
Dental Assns; 118 1/2 Edgewood av 
WILLIAMS J G, D D S, Southern Den- 
tal Coll, Dental Dept Atlanta Coll of 
Phys and Surgs, Atlanta, Ga, 1910; 
Mem Natl Dental Assn, Ga State 
Dental Soc, Ark State Dental Soc, 



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Atlanta Soc of Dental Surgs and 
Atlanta Alumni Chapter Psi Omega 
Dental Fraternity; Hours 8:30 a m- 
1 and 2-5 p m; Tel Ivy 116; Suite 
712 Candler Bldg 

Williamson Burt C, 142, 1907. 502 Atl 
Natl Bank bldg 

Wilson Charles E, 143, 1911, 616 Atl 
Natl Bank bldg 

Young Charles W, 143, 1912, 1309 4th 
Natl Bank bldg 

'Zirkle Clyde B, 142, 1912, 812 Hurt 
bldg 

Zirkle Wm M, 142, 1900, 812 Hurt bldg 



SHACKELFORD GEORGE W JR, D D 

S, Atlanta Dental Coll, Atlanta, Ga, 
1910; 842 Broad 
Teague Newton A, 216, 1883, 327 Dyer 

bldg 
Vaughan Patrick J, 216, 1897, 932 

Broad 
Wells George H, 320, 1885, 724 Greene 
Whitlaw J T, 143, 1905, 842 Broad 
Wilder Eugene M, 142, 1898, 302 Chro- 
nicle bldg 
Woodbury George M, 143, 1900,t 208 
Union Sav Bank bldg 




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412 Candler Bldg. 



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McCotter S Dawson, 142, 1910, 106 
Montgomery bldg 

MILLER WALTER C, D D S, Atlanta 
Dental Coll, Atlanta, Ga, 1900; Asst 
Dental Surg Dental Reserve Corps 
U S Navy; Ex-Pres Ga State Dental 
Assn (1910), Tel 87; Office and Res 
731 Greene 

Korman C Lewis,* 842 Broad 

Norris Cicero E, 142, 1906, 944 Broad 

Patrick George A, 217, 1882,t 302 
Chronicle bldg 

Perkins Capers 
Greene 

Shackelford George W, 143, 1898, 404 
Leonard bldg 



D, 216, 1885, 903 



BLACKSHEAR, Pierce. 

Brewer J C, 217, 1883 
Brown W N, 143. 1897 
Davis J E, 143, 1912 
Grady W C, 143, 1911 



1.235 



BLAIRSVILiLE, Union. 208 

Lloyd C, 142, 1911 



BLAKELY, Early. 1,838 

Alexander Clarence T, 216, 1899 
Davis F P, 143, 1908 



BlilTCH, Bnllocb. 65 

Hendrix J K* 



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R. L. POLK & CO.'S DENTAL, 



ATLANTA — Cont'd 
MORRISON THADDEUS, D D S, 

Southern Dental Coll, Dental Dept 
Atlanta CoIT of Phys and Surgs, At- 
lanta, Ga, 1909; Mem Ga State Den- 
tal Soc; Hon Mem Ala and Fla Den- 
tal Socs; Office Hours 8 a m to 1 p 
m and 2:30 to 5 p m; 412 Candler 
Bldg 

Mott Carlton B, 216, 1903, 806 Atlanta 
Natl Bank bldg 

Myshrall George H, 143, 1915, 1016 At- 
lanta Natl Bank bldg 

Needham Charles C, 264, 1895, 231/2 



Tolbert Robert E L, 142, 1911, 310 
Candler bldg 

Turner Malcolm E, 143, 1897, 1310 4th 
Natl Bank bldg 

Turner Wm J, 143, 1911, 810 Hurt bldg 

TUTTLE MONTAGUE, D D S, Atlan- 
ta Dental Coll, Atlanta, Ga, 1894; 1st 
Honor and Gold Medal for best in 
Crown and Bridge Work; Licensed 
in Ga, La, Ala and Fla; Ex-Mem Ga, • 
La and Fla State Dental Socs; In- 
ventor The Tuttle Cast Gold Back 
Jacket Crowns; Hours 9 a m to 5 
p m; 371/2 Gordon 



kjniiLii jjaviu r>, 0^1, 1888, 8U2 Atlanta 

Natl Bank bldg 

Smith Francis P,* 565 "Washington 

Smith Owen, 143, 1901, 189 Whitehall 

Stevenson George H, 143, 1909, 611 
Grant bldg 

Stillman Lowe, 143, 1907, 822 Atlanta 
Natl Bank bldg 

Swicegood J M, 143, 1906, 908 Flat- 
iron bldg 

Talley Theophilus P, 142, 19;L5, 710 
Candler bldg 

Terry George M, 142, 1899, 53 Inman 
bldg 

Todd B B, 142, 1913, 824 Hurt bldg 



j-c/wu, J.vuy2 vvuite- 



hall 



Whitehead Paul A, 143, 1914, 1019 At- 
lanta Natl Bank bldg 

Wildauer Benjamin, 142, 1899, 514 
Grant bldg 

WILLIAMS C J, D D S, Southern Den- 
tal Coll, Atlanta, Ga, 1913; Demon- 
strator Prosthetic Dentistry at 
Same; Mem Ga State and Fla State 
Dental Assns; 118% Edgewood av 

WILLIAMS J G, D D S, Southern Den- 
tal Coll, Dental Dept Atlanta Coll of 
Phys and Surgs, Atlanta, Ga, 1910; 
Mem Natl Dental Assn, Ga State 
Dental Soc, Ark State Dental Soc, 



JOHN C. FISHER MANUFACTURING CO. 

ESTABLISHED 1898 389-391 Hamilton St., Long Island City, N. Y. 

Manufacturers of DENTAL GOODS 




Blue Island Specialty Co. 

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Atlanta Soc of Dental Surgs and 
Atlanta Alumni Chapter Psi Omega 
Dental Fraternity; Hours 8:30 a m- 
1 and 2-5 p m; Tel Ivy 116; Suite 
712 Candler Bldg 

Williamson Burt C, 142, 1907, 502 Atl 
Natl Bank bldg 

Wilson Charles E, 143, 1911, 616 Atl 
Natl Bank bldg 

Young Charles W, 143, 1912, 1309 4th 
Natl Bank bldg 

Zirkle Clyde B, 142, 1912, 812 Hurt 
bldg 

Zirkle Wm M, 142, 1900, 812 Hurt bldg 



AUGUSTA, Richmond. 59,185 

Barbot Victor D, 216, 1889, 319 Leon- 
ard bldg 

Bethea Wm McL, 142, 1892, 318 Leon- 
ard bldg 

Blandenburg C Elmer, 143, 1907, 731 
Greene 

CALHOUN RICHARD H, D D S, At- 
lanta Dental Coll, Atlanta, Ga, 1904; 
Mem Natl Dental Assn, Ga State 
Dental Assn and Psi Omega Dental 
Fraternity; 708 Greene, Tel 738 

Carr C Singleton, 342, ^7^9, 741 Tel- 
fair 

Carter James j],* 465 Broad 

Clark W Edward, 143, 1910, 419 Leon- 
ard bldg 

Cleckley W Connor, 217, 1882, 502 
Greene 

Fletcher Orlin K, 143, 1908, 301 Hari- 
son bldg 

Ford George, H 634 Broad 

Greene Wm J, 322, 1913, 909 Telfair 

Henry Robert L, 216, 1897, 318 Leon- 
ard bldg 

Lockett I Gordon, 142, 1908, 3 Johnson 
bldg 

McCotter S Dawson, 142, 1910, 106 
Montgomery bldg 

MILLER WALTER C, D D S, Atlanta 
Dental Coll, Atlanta, Ga, 1900; Asst 
Dental Surg Dental Reserve Corps 
U S Navy; Ex-Pres Ga State Dental 
Assn (1910), Tel 87; Office and Res 
731 Greene 

Norman C Lewis,* 842 Broad 

Norris Cicero E, 142, 1906, 944 Broad 

Patrick George A, 217, 1882,t 302 
Chronicle bldg 
I Perkins Capers D, 216, 1885, 903 

Greene 

f Shackelford George W, 143, 1898, 404 
Leonard bldg 



SHACKELFORD GEORGE W JR, D D 
S, Atlanta Dental Coll, Atlanta, Ga, 
1910; 842 Broad 

Teague Newton A, 216, 1883, 327 Dyer 
bldg 

Vaughan Patrick J, 216, 1897, 932 
Broad 

Wells George H, 320, 1885, 724 Greene 

Whitlaw J T, 143, 1905, 842 Broad 

Wilder Eugene M, 142, 1898, 302 Chro- 
nicle bldg 

Woodbury George M, 143, 1900,t 208 
Union Sav Bank bldg 



BACONTON, Mitchell. 301 

Jackson R P, 142, 1898 



BAINBRIDGG, Decatur. 4,217 

Baggs Linton D, 143, 1898 
Hamil Hugh F, 341, 1899t 
Jackson R W, 216, 1900 



BARNESVILLE, Pike. 3,068 

CHI LOS W BENTLEY, D D S, South- 
ern Dental Coll, Atlanta, Ga, 1915; 
Mem Natl Dental Assn, Ga State 
Dentah Assn and Psi Omega Frater- 
nity; Hours 9 a m to 12 m and 2 to 
5 pm; Tel 146 

Fogg James L, 217, 1872 

Lifsey T A, 143, 1903 

Sims J Rtl 



BAXL.EY, Applingr. 

Branch Aaron, 142, 1889 
Floyd Truss, 143, 1903 
Johnson M C* 
Sullivan C W* 



BISHOP, Oconee. 

Branch O L, 143, — 



831 



268 



BLACKSHEAR, Pierce. 

Brewer J C, 217, 1883 
Brown W N, 143. 1897 
Davis J E, 143, 1912 
Grady W C, 143, 1911 



1,235 



BliAIRSVILLE, Union. 208 

Lloyd C, 142, 1911 



BliAKELiY, Early. 1,838 

Alexander Clarence T, 216, 1899 
Davis F P, 143, 1908 



BlilTCH, Bulloch. 65 

Hendrix J K* 



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R. L. POLK & CO.'S DENTAL. 



BLUE RIDGE, Fannin. 898 

Stocker Clarence L, 144, 1911 
Terrell T A, 143, — 



BOSTON, Thomas. 1,130 

Moody J W, 143, 1903 
O'Quinn S E, 143, 1908 
Ramseur R, 142, 1913 



BOWDON, Carroll. 541 

Reason Willie, 142, 1915 
Lovvorn L M, 142, 1907 



BOWMAN, Elbert. 738 

Adair Samuel B, 217, 1881 



BOX SPRING, Talbot. 120 

Johnson J E, 143, 1914 



BREMEN, Haralson. 890 

Little R H, 143, 1907 



BROOKLET, Bulloch. 361 

Simmons H F* 



BROXTON, Coflfee. 1,040 

McGovern M M, 143, 1911 



BRUNSWICK, Glynn. 15,696 

Atkinson D D, 321, 1880 
Atkinson Frank B, 142, 1915 
Gowen Charles M, 321, 1895 
Hendley John J, 142, 1892 
Hoskins Charles F* 
Rose Frances GH 



BUCKHEAD, Morgan. 384 

Moncrief J H* 



BUENA VISTA, Marlon. 1,016 

Day M E, 143, 1912 
Hair W R, 340 



BUFORD, Gwinnett. 1,683 

Bowman H K, 143, 1911 
Duncan Marvin C, 142, 1909 



BUTLER, Taylor. T05 

Fickling George W, 142, 1900 
Garrett Eli, 143, 190111 



BUTTS, Jenkins. 109 

Lane Benjamin, 217, 1903 



CAIRO, Grady. 1,505 

Searcy W M, 142, 1903 



CALHOUN, Gordon. 

Boston John H, 143, 1905 
White David F, 142, 1900 



1,652 




CAMILLA, Mitchell. 1,827 

Cox Scott D, 341, 1900 
McDaniel J A, 142, 1903 



CANON, Franklin. 728 

Bowers Aaron N, 142, 1900 



CANTON, Cherokee. 2,002 

Doss George G, 142, 1907 
Hogan Thomas W, 340, 1884 



CARNESVILLE, Franklin, 322 

Gale L D, 142, 1891 



CARROLLTON, Carroll. 3,297 

Bledsoe Harry T, 142, 1915 
Brock L J, 143, 1905 
Brock T W, 142, 1899 
Cramer J E, 142, 1892 
Sox Ray F, 143, 1906 



CARTERSVILLE, Bartow. 4,067 

Griffin Clark H, 340, 1900 
McElreath H P, 142, 1909 
Weems Joseph N, 143, 1904 



CEDARTOWN, Polk. 23,551 

Edwards W T, 143, — 
Greer James P, 143. 1897 
Pickett J W, 143, — 
Rountre F L, 142, 1903 



CHIPLY, Harris. 742 

Jenkins T L* 

McLaughlin B R, 142, 1901 



CLARKESVILLE, Habersham. 528 

Elison Robert L, 143, 1905 



CLARKSTON, BeKalb. 349 

Kinsey F J* 

Merriweather T M, 143, 1899 



CLAXTON, Tattnall. l.OOS 

Durham A M, 142, 1910 
Smith M M, 143, — 



CLAYTON, Rabnn. 541 

McJunkin S, 143, — 



CLEVELAND, White. 350 

Wellborn E C, 143, — 



COCHRAN, Bleckley. 1,638 

Hall Charles T, 143, 1896 
Walters George C, 142, 1908 



COLLINS. Tattnall. 327 

Alexander S J, 142, 1901 



COLQUITT, Miller. 600 

Saunders R H, 143, 1905 



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COLUMBUS, ]>Iuscose«. 47,340 

Binns A Brainard, 300, 1898, 44 Need- 
ham bldg 
Clark E W. 142, 1891, lOi/^ 12th 

Cleckley L Marsden, 217, 1891, 307 Ma- 
sonic Temple 

Cobb R H. 342, 1898,11 1021 1/2 1st av 

Gordy Arthur P, 216, 1897, 200 Masonic 
Temple 

Gurr George T, 143, 1899, 314 Murrah 
bldg 

Jackson Miguel W, 320, 1913, 43 Need- 
ham bldg 

Jefferson Albert, 216, 1909, 11461^ 
Broad 

Jenkins Fred M, 143, 1905, Ga Home 
bldg 

King Ralph C, 143, 1902, 35 Needham 
bldg 

Lightner John T, 143, 1903, 514 Murrah 
bldg 

Lynch Homer M, 143, 1902, 45 Need- 
ham bldg 

Murrah Guy C, 143, 1906, 1146% 
Broad 

Neal Hiram W, 143, 1897, Phoenix 
Bank bldg 

Pierce James W, 216, 1896, 208 Ma- 
sonic Temple 

Roberts John B,* 601i^^ 5th 

Terry Kydd H, 342, 1913, 632 4th av 

Thurmond Thomas H,* 1106% Broad 

Thurmond W J, 217, 1888, 1106% Broad 

Williams Alpha A, 216, 1897, 1146% 
Broad 



COMER, 3Iadls«n. 

Smith Rufus, 143, 1901 



868 



COMMERCE, Jackson. 2,238 

Pittman Clarence E, 143, 1898tft 



COXYERS. Rockdale. 1,910 

McElvaney H G, 143, 1907 



CORDELE, Crisp, 5,SS3 

McArthur Arthur Lee 142, 1897 
McCollum W W, 143, 1908 
Patten June C, 142, 1907 
Williams Carl, 143, 1911 
Williams D J, 143, 1897 
Wright W C* 



CORXELIA, Habersham. 

Boling C Wtf 

Jarrell W H, 143, 1904 

Reed R E, 143, 1914 



1,114 



COVIIVGTON, XevrtoiL. 

Hopkins A S, 143, 1901 
Smith Tully U, 142, 1907 



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CRAWFORD VILUE, Taliaferro. 

Portwood E T, 142, 1910 

CUTHBERT, Randolph. 4,210 

Smith D L, 143, 1910 
Wade W J, 142, 1891 
Zetterower Frank, 143, 1914 



688 



DALLAS, Paulding;. 

Ragsdale Carl, 143, 1911 



1,250 



DALT03V, Whitfield. 6,324 

Gregory A K, 143, 1912 
Jackson Edgar, 143, 1896 
Jarvis Harry L, 142, 1904 
Looper Samuel W, 143, 1902 



DAVISBORO, Washington. 689 

Ruben O N, 143, 1902 



DAAVSOX, Terrell. 3,827 

Bowman S J, 282, 1886 
Hargrove Seaborn J, 216, 1911 
Jones R E, 342, 1904 
Stapleton J B, 142, 1909 
Stewart R M, 195, 1890 



DAWSOXVILLE, Dawson 

Palmour Homer, 322, 1894 



179 



DECATUR, Dekalb. 2,466 

Hopkins F T, 143, 1899 



DEMOREST, Habersham. 760 

McMillion M H, 143, 1913 



DOERUN, Colquitt. 630 

Richardson J R, 143, 1909 
Stone A E, 142, 1901 



DOXALSOXVILLE, Decatur. 

Chason R, 142, 1906 
Minter M M, 143, 1898 



DOUGLAS, Coffee. 3,550 

Alderman S G, 142, 1913 
Davis Lewis, 142, 1914 
Dunlap G H, 143, 1910 
Swanson E C, 143, 1911 
Turrentine Minor H, 216, 1903 



DOUGLASVILLE, Douglas. 

Stewart M F* 



1.462 



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DUBLIN, Laurens. 5,795 

Butler R I, 143, 1908 
Jordan C C, 143, 1906 
Donaldson J B, 142, 1899 
Jones Nelson C, 143, 1915 
Jones Norris C, 142, 1916 
Mlngledorff Joseph L, 142, 1906 
Moore H M, 143, — 
Summerlln Alzarine T, 217, 1886 
Summerlin W A, 142, 1892 



DUPONT, Clinch. 

Cox Lucius E, 142, 1905 
Lee G A, 143, — 



EASTMAN, Dodge. 

Williams J D, 143, 1900 



342 



2,355 



EAST POINT, Pulton. 

Hardin W W, 142, 1901 
Yeast James A, 143, 1914 



3,682 



EATONTON, Putman. 2,036 

Hearne Frank E, 142, 1907 
Ketchersid T L, 143, — 



EDISON, Calhoun. 

Johnson R H, 142, 1910 



S41 



ELBERTON, Elbert. 6,438 

Cunningham R E, 142, 1908 
McCurry J A, 143, 1908 
Mattox W C, 142, 1894 
Moore R F, 143, — 
Myers R E, 142, 1910 



ELL.AVILL.E, Schley. 

Lightner Joe S, 143, 1902 



672 



ELLIJAY, Gilmer. 659 

Bearden J B, 142, 1891 
VandegrifE Benson B 142, 1912 



FAIRBITRN, Campbell. 

Elder W H, 143, 1898 



1,395 



FAYETTEVIL.L,E. Fayette. 

Albright George B, 350, 1911 
Allen Walter W, 143, 1898 



709 



FITZGERALD, Ben Hill. 5,795 

Adams J M, 217, 1902 
Holtzendorf Chesleigh A, 143, 1896 
McLean G W, 143, 1911 
Turner L A, 143, 1909 



FLOVILLA, Butts. 49E 

Thompson R B, 143, 1907 



FORSYTH, Monroe. 

Gibson T C, 142, 1899 
Thurmond T D, 143, 1908 



2,208 



FORT GAINES, Clay. 

Stone A H, 142, 1908 



1,320 



FORT VALLEY, Houston. 3,697 

Barfield Samuel B, 323, 1878 
Hafer W H, 142, 1905 
McArthur C Z, 142, 1899 
Nance W L, 142, 1912 
Thomas E G, 142, 1890 
Turner J A, 143, 1899 



FRANKLIN, Heard. 

Trent W S, 142, 1892 



340 



GAINESVILLE, Hall. 5,935 

Carter Wm J, 216, 1895 
Cooper H M* 
Ham E O, 143, 1909 
Harrison J L, 143, 1909 
Logan Wm L, 216, 1899 
Merritt A E, 143, 1897 
Powell J J, 143, 1909 
Welchel Elbert M, 342, 1914 



GARFIELD, Emanuel. 319 

Brown E N, 142, 1912 



GLENNVILLE, Tattnall. 640 

Morris B W, 300 



GLENWOOD, Montgomery. 347 

Smith J C, 142, 1892 



GRANTVILLE, Coweta 

Rabb F K, 142, 1915 



GREENSBORO, Greene. 

Bethea E W, 143, 1897 
Cloud D Lfl 



2,120 



GREENVILLE, Meriwether. 909 

Liles Curtis O, 142, 1915 
McGahee Jesse A, 142, 1904 
Wimbish W A, 143, 1899 



GRIFFIN, Spaulding. 7,478 

Garland Henry J, 142, 1889 
Murray Benjamin C, 143, 1894 
Owen James C, 143, 1902|It 
Wilkins Alonzo M, 342, 1893 



GlYTON, Effingham. 700 

Cubbedge Bart W, 217, 1887 
Simmons Winfield S, 142, 1890 



HAGAN, Tattnall. 

Clanton D S* 
Harn I S, 142, 1891 



784 



HAHIRA, Lowndes. 650 

Wilkerson B L, 217, 1907 



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199 



UARIilOM, Coliiinl»in. 7a<( 

Robins Gien F, 143, 1904 

H.VRTW l^lil.. Hart. 2,007 

Patton S R, 143, — 

Turner Claudius D, 143, 1894 



HAWKINSVILLE, Pulaski 

Doster J P, 143, — 
Franklin J R, 143, 1900 



;i.-j2«» 



HELENA. Telfair. 

Wooten D HH 



HERSHBIAN, Screven. 28 

Maur John O* 



HOGANSVILLE, Troup. 

Burden C S, 142, 1910 
Lovelace E E, 142, 1899 



1,230 



HOSCHTON, Jaekson. 429 

Lott W Lloyd, 143, 1911 



HUDSON, Sumter. 90 

McKella H H* 



IRON CITY, Decatur. 459 

Adams J L, 142, 1897 



JACKSON, Butts. 1,862 

Hopkins John B, 143, 1900 



JEFFERSON, Jackson. 1,201 

McDonald Thomas J, 142, 1905 
Smith W C, 143, 1901 



JESUP, AVayne. 1,415 

O'Quinn S E, 143, 1908 



LAFAYETTE, ^Talker. 1>590 

Herdon Donald Vv^, 143, 1904 
McArthur R S, 142, 1891 
Nash J W* 
Shields Charles W, 142, 1915 



LA GRANGE, Troup. 5,58* 

Carter J CH 

Hunter Grover C. 143, 190511t 
Mitchell L D, 322, 1892 
Park Raleigh H, 143, 1898 
Pritchett A K, 142, 1912 
Weaver Wm H, 114, 1886 



» LAW RENCEVILLE, Gwinnett. 

Edmonds H P, 143, 1907 
Hankins V G, 143, 1899 
Jacobs John M, 341, 1895 

NTicholson J W, 143, 1911 



1,518 



LESLIE, Sumter. 303 

Anderson James C, 143, 1895 



LEXINGTON, OKletliorpe. 545 

Reed Fred Cohen, 142, 1902 

LINCOLNTON, Lincoln. 375 

Murray G H, 142, 1914 



LITHONIA, Dekalb. 1,428 

Spurlock B H, 143,-1904 



LOCUST GROVE, Henry. 

Turner W J, 142, 1911 



LOUISVILLE, Jelferson. 

Perkins H C, 143, 1901 



716 



1,039 



LUDOWICI, Liberty. 541 

Hendry C W, 142, 1890 



LUMBER CITY, Telfair. 1,195 

Deloach Clinton J, 142, 1907 



LUMPKIN, Stewart. 

Howell O L* 

Martin W JH 



1,140 



LUTHERSA ILLE, Meriwether. 349 

Taylor J H, 143. 1903 



LYONS, Toombs. 927 

Coleman Curtis, 142, 1910 



Mcdonough, Henry. 

Adams O L, 142, 1912 
Brown D A, 14-2, 1909 



MoRAE, Telfair. 1,160 

CALLIHAN P E, D D S, Atlanta Den- 
tal Coll, Atlanta, Ga, 1898; Mem 
Georgia State Board of Dental Ex- 
amrs; Mem Georgia State, Fla State 
and N C State Dental Socs and Na- 
tional Dental Assn 

McGee W A, 143, 1896 



3IACON, Bibb. 48,225 

Anderson Otis C, 143, 1911, 407 Broad- 
way 

Bell Junius J, 342, 1909, 226 Vs Cotton 

Braswell Joseph O, 342, 1915, 466i^ 
Cotton av 

Burghard August, 217, 1886, 362% 2d 

Chestnut O Lee,tf 13 Continental Bank 
bldg 

Daniel J W, 142, 1889, 123 Jefferson 
Terrace 

Dupree John L, 143, 1904, 803 Ga Casu- 
alty bldg 



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R. L. POLK & CO.'S DENTAL 



MACON — Cont'd 

Gates Paul G, 142, 1913, 5741/2 Cherry 

Gregory Charles H, 142, 1906, 504 Mul- 
berry 

Hawes Roland R, 342, 1900, 318 2d 

Holmes Walter R, 206, 1874, 556 Mul- 
berry 

Holmes Wm B, 143, 1912, 556 Mul- 
berry 

JOHNSON H HERBERT, D D S, Balto 
Coll of Dental Surg, Baltimore, Md, 
1886; Prof of Prosthetic Dentistry 
and Metallurgy Southern Dental 
College, Atlanta, Ga; Mem National 
Dental Assn; Ex-Pres Southern 
Branch National and Ga State Den- 
tal Socs; Hon Mem of Ala, Miss, N 
C and S C State Dental Socs and 
the Atlanta Soc of Dentists; Com- 
mercial Bank Bldg 

Jordan John R, 216, 1909, 20 Continen- 
tal Bank bldg 

Lanier Jefferson D, 217, 1884, 605^^ 
Cherry 

Lovelace John W, 143 1900, 605 1/^ Cher- 
ry 

Marshall S Pickens, 142, 1916, 5721/2 
Cherry 

Mason Joseph M, 206, 1876,11 151 2d 

Mason R Holmes, 143, 1903,11 354 2d 

Moore Atlas S, 217, 1878, 574i/2 Cherry 

Perdue Charles H, 216, 1896, 5 Con-- 
tinental Bank bldg 

Respess E R, 142, 1914, 17 Continental 
Bank bldg 

Schuster Martin R, Univ of Munich, 
Ger, 1910, 354 2d 

Smith Wm L, 143, 1905, 11 Continental 
Bank bldg 

Solomon R E, 142, 1914, 4131/2 3d 

Toole Charles L, 142, 1891, 708 Ga 
Casualty bldg 

Walker James E, 142, 1907, 803 Ga 
Casualty bldg 

Wells W D, 142, 1900,11 16 Continental 
Bank bldg 

Whitfield Walter W jr, 131, 1912, 365% 
Cotton av 

Yarbrough C Augustus, 142, 1912, 504 
Am Natl Bank bldg 



IIADISOIV, Moi-;;an. 2,413 

Bethea Thomas J, 143, 1895 
Bugg Wm E, 142. 1892 



MANCHESTKR. Meriwether. 

Austin Leroy W, 144, 1905 
Stephens R Wlf 



MARIETTA, Cobb. 5,949 

Greer John R, 340, 1882 
Groover S, 143, 1908 
Rambo Samuel D, 217, 1875 
Rambo Samuel L, 320, 1914 
Reynolds Aristides jr 321, 1878 
Reynolds James D, 143, 1899 



MARSHALLVILT.E, Maoon. 1,082 

Beal W P, 143, 1911 



MAY DAY, Echols. 40 

Roberts D D, 142, 1904 



MAYSVILLE, Banks. SOS 

Sharp W G, 143, 1896 



MAXEYS, Oglethorpe. 334 

Loughridge L D, 143, — 



MECHAIVICSVILLE, Jasper. 54 (R Di 

Monticello.) 1 

Jones R A, 341 1891 ! 



METTER, Bulloch. 408 

Kennedy S B* 



MILAIV, Telfair. 287 

Smith C C, 143, 1912 



MIL,LEDGEVIl,L,E, Baldwin. 4,385 

Green George H, 195, 1895 
Lee L W, 143, 1912 
Shurley John H, 142, 1902 
Stembridge M F, 143, 1914 
Tigner Edward A, 216, 1895 



MILLEN, Jenlcius. 2,030 

DeLoach C V, 143, 1896 
Rockley F L* 



MILliTOAVN, Berrien. 1,247 

Dedge E E, 143, 1906 



MILLWOOD. ^Va^e. 115 

Bennett Lester L, 143, — 



MIZE, Stephens. 28 

Osheal R Y H* 



MOBLPJY, Screven. 112 (R D 1 Girard. 
Mauer J OH 



MONROE. Walton. 3,029 

Aycock D S, 143, 1907 
Boss Andrew J, 142, 1888 
Hammond G P, 143, 1911 
Ricker W L. 143, 1906 



MONTEZUMA. Macon. 1,6.30 

Brooks B B, 143, 1897 1 



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GEORGIA 



201 



MOIVTK Elil.O. Jasper. 

Cannon H A 143, — 
smith S J* 



MORtiAIVTON, Fauuln. 

Garrett B* 
Wilson W H 



1,508 



195 



3IOIJLTRIE, Colquitt. 3.349 

Coyle Joel B, 217, 1875 
Hitchcock W G, 217, 1913 
Tison T P, 142, 1899 



MOUNT VERNOIV, Montgomery-, 

Rackley E M, 142, 1909 



605 



NASHVILLE, Berrien, 

Patten W P* 

Sirman Josiah W, 142, 1905 



990 



NEAVBORN, Nevrton. 

Murrelle G W H, 143, — 
Murrelle W R, 143, 1912 



475 



NEWMAN. Coweta. 5,548 

Cole Thomas, 341, 1886 
Greene Zack, 142, 1892 
Sewel T W, 217, 1902 
Starr K W, 143, 1907 



NEWTON, Baker. 

Webb W C, 143, 1899 



364 



NORCROSS. Gwinnett. 968 

Barnwell O L, 142, 1907 
Clement Benjamin F, 142, 1904 



OCILLA, Irwin. 2,0H 

Castellaw A L, 143, 1913 
Rogers R H, 143, 1903 



OGLETHORPE. Macon. 

Shealy L E, 143, 1905 



924 



^ „ OLIA"ER, Screven. 243 

Lufborrow W W, 143, 1905 



PALMETTO, Campbell. 922 

iCarlton J A, 143, 1901 



PARROT. Terrell. 

Qmnn H M, 143, 1910 



360 



'f^^^Y^\' Harris (R D Wet Point) 
ONeal John B, 142, 1904 



I PAVO, Thomas. 572 

HBrannon Joe M, 143, 1898 



-. V , PEARSON, Cotfee. 558 

t^orbett C W* 
.;-5irkland C A* 



PELHAM, MitcheU. 

O'Neal J R, 142, 1904 
Spence D A, 143, 1896 



1.880 



PEMBROKE. Byan. 467 

COLEMAN M FERST, D D S, South- 
ern Dental Col), Atlanta, Ga, 1915; 
Mem Ga State Dental Soc and 
Natl Dental Assn; Hours 8 a m to 12 
m and 1 to 5 p m; 2d fl Strickland 
Bldg 

Woodward Harry A, 282, 1894 

PENFIELD, Greene. 475 

Colclough Peter, 143, 1896 



PERRY, Houston. 649 

Dobbins H P, 143, 1912 



PINEHITRST, Dooley. 451 

Beacham W E, 142, 1891 



PITTS, AVilcox. 279 

Attaway J W* 



PLAINS, Sumter 

Gardner Aubrey B, 143, 1910 

QUITMAN, Brooks. 3,915 

Blasingame D J, 143, 1902 
Boozer John H, 332, 1884 
Donaldson L L, 143, 1912 
Holland Houston G, 142, 1916 
Wilson R EtI 



RAYLE, Wilkes. 

Parsons E E* 



250 



REIDSVILLE, Tattnall. 454 

Pearson W R, 142, 1891 



REYNOLDS, Taylor. 

Ballinger WD* 



521 



RICHLAND, Stewart 1,250 

Lide S W, 142, 1889 
Sims J A* 



ROCHELLE, Wilcox. 860 

Rhodes L D* 
Wooten W H* 



ROCKMART, Polk. 1,034 

Fambrough John W, 341, 1885 
Head E L, 143, 1907 



ROCKYFORD, Screven 

Thomas Pendleton J, 142, 1916 



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(1917) 



R. L. POLK & CO.'S DENTAL 



ROME, Floyd. 12,099 

Daniel A Frank, 142, 1906 
Daniel Josiah S, 100, 1899 
Johnson R J, 342, 1906 
McCall Moses T, 143, 1909 
McKoy L F, 143, 1897 
Mason T C, 142, 1910 
Moreland James D, 143, 1907 
Morgan Theodore L, 142, 1902 
Winston Wm, 143, 19041 



ROSSVILLE, AValker. 

Madden T Fjl 



1,059 



ROSW^ELiL,, Cobb. 1,158 

Carpenter H W, 142, 1892 



ROYSTON, Franklin. 1,423 

Ridgeway George T* 



SANDERSVILLE, Washington. 2,641 

Holliman H H, 142, 1906 
Holmes Eugene L, 340, 1889 
Stone Diamond, 142, 1915 



SAVANNAH, Cliatham. €5,064 

Alston Louis W, 143, 1907, 20 Harris 

avenue 
Backman Charles, If 119 York 
Bouton A G, 217, 1869, 24 Jones w 
Butler R Max, 142, 1915, 24 Jones e 
Carter Sanford J, 216, 1909, Natl bldg 
Chapin Wm R, 320, 1898, 10 Liberty 

west 
Colding Henry S, 217, 1886, 246 Bull 
Coleman Robert S, 143, 1914, 301 Natl 

Bank bldg 
Collins John H, 217, 1897, 107 Brougli- 

ton w 
Cowart Marquis D, 143, 1894, 141 

Barnard 
Dedge John R, 142, 1890, 815 National 

bldg 
Dedge Wm,* 815 National bldg 
DeLoach Daniel O, 143, 1908, 615 Natl 

bldg 
Eisenberg Emil, 142, 1905, 127 Ogle- 
thorpe av w 
EXLEY FRANK C, D D S, Baltimore 
Coll of Dental Surgery. Baltimore, 
Md, 1889; Mem National Dental 
Assn and Ga State Med Soc; Hours 
9 a m to 1 p m and 3 to 5 p m; 442 
Bull 
Exley R J, 142, 1911. 12 Liberty av 
Fennell H Curtis jr. 143, 1914, 14 

Liberty av 
Ferebee Alex R, 131, 1912, 623 Broad w 
Gnann R L, 142, 1912, 246 Bull 



Griffin Edwin G, 142, 1891, 30 Brough- 
ton w 

Hesse John W, 320, 1904 14 Jones e 

Jackson R L, 217, 1916, 14 Liberty av 

Jamerson A W, 342, 1905, 460 W Broad 

Kehoe Frank P, 216, 1906, 11 Jones e 

McTyre J H,l[ 204 Broughton w 

McTyre Leonidas E, 143, 1898, 24 
Broughton w 

Madray Malcolm L, 143, 1908, 202 Lib- 
erty w 

O'CONNOR HENRY I, D D S, Univ of 
Md (Dental Dept), Baltimore, Md, 
1897; Mem Ga State Dental Soc, 
Natl Dental Assn and Southern 
Branch of Same; 20 Jones w 

O'Connor Joseph A, 217, 1906, Natl 
bldg 

Osborne Henry D, 217, 1898, 132 Ogle- 
thorpe av e 

Parks Linton S.H 240 Barnard ■ 

Roach L M,l| 15 Jones av 

Roach Richard, 217, 1884, 15 Jones w 

Robeson John A, 320, 1894, 210 Gaston 
east 

Rockwell Charles S, 341, 1907, 7 Jones 
west 

Rossheim Louis, 143, 1912, Chatham . 
Artillery bldg 

ROUX ROBERT H, D D S, Univ of 
Tennessee, Dept of Dentistry, Nash- 
ville, Tenn, 1905; Mem Natl Dental. 
Assn, Southern Branch of Same, Ga 
State Dental Soc and Paul F Eve 
Med Soc of Nashville; Registered in 
Texas, Tenn and Ga; Office 112 
Jones w; Tel 4469 

Royall Charles D,tl 9 Park av e 

Sewell Gaines E, 143, 1905, 104 Jeffer-^ 
son 

Sipple J Ward, 142, 1915, 203 Liberty 
avenue 

Smith Lucius A, 142, 1908, 210 Natl, 
bldg 

Sullivan Robert F, 143, 1916, 10 Liberty 
-west 

Weichselbaum Wm, 217, 1902, 115 
Gwinnett av e 

White Wm K, 217, 1912, 12 Jones w 

Williams A P, 131, 1915, 500 Hart-| 
ridge ■ 

Wilson Frank C, 217, 1891, 12 Jones e 

Wilson James F, 143, 1915, 35 Barnard; 



SENOIA, Coweta. 

Gardner J C, 143, — 



1,111 



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GEORGIA 



203 



SHBLLMAN, Randolph 

Saxon Thomas S, 142, 1908 



SMARRS, Monroe 

Woodward Tommie L, 143, 1914 



SOCIAL, circle:, Walton. 1,590 

Malcolm L A* 



SOPERTOIV, Montgomery. 460 

Balton L L* 

Bush L W* 

HOLMES HARRY, D D S, Southern 
Dental Coll, Atlanta, Ga, 1915; Mem 
Ga State Dental Soc and National 
Dental Assn; Hours 8 a m to 12 m 
and 2 to 5 p m; Tel 67; 7 Main 



SPARKS, Berrien. 

Goodman O P, 143, 1898 



842 



SPARTA, Hancock. 1,715 

Dillard Joseph A, 142, 1902 
Powel J C, 142, 1892 
Turner D T, 142, 1908 



STATESBORO, Bulloch 

Brannen Thomas F, 143, — 
Cave J B, 217, 1883 
Durrance R L, 143, — 
Kennedy Raymond J, 143, 1896 
Lane J C, 143, 1910 
Livingston A W, 342, 1911 
Parrish C H, 142, 1890 



,529 



STILLMORE, Emanuel. 645 

Warren J R, 143, 1892 



SUMMERVILLiE, Chattooga. 657 

Brown T S, 341, 1893 
Selman O A, 143, 1899 



SUMMIT, Emanuel. 566 

Davis George W, 142, 1892 
Johnson Oscar, 142 1914 



SWAINSBORO, Emanuel. 

Brinson F R, 143, — 
Watson P L, 142, 1905t 



1,313 



SYCAMORE, Turner. 

Baugh H O, 142, 1914 



296 



SYL.VANIA, Screven. 1,400 

Humphries Wm C, 142, 1900 



SYLVESTER, Worth. 

Butler F M, 143, 1911 
^'ord W G, 143, 1898 
:^ee G R, 142, 1913 
Dsheal J Sjl 



1,447 



SEND YOUR 



TALLAPOOSA, Haralson. 2,117 

Brock O H, 143, 1905 
Hill T G, 142, 1908 



TEMPLE, Carroll. 711 

Kinney L E, 143, 1908 



TENIVILLE, AVashington. 1,622 

Hall J Fred, 142, 1913 
McDade E B, 143, 1900 



THIGPEN, Clinch (R D Stockton.) 
Cox Lucius E, 142, 1905 



THOMASTON, Upson. 1,645 

Booth Eugene T, 143 1896 

Smith R AH 

Ware Mathew G, 143, 1904 



THOMASVILLE, Thomas. 6,727 

Brown Wm S, 143, 1903 
Crovat T R, 142, 1906 
Jamison S W, 342, 1907 
Jones Thomas R, 142, 1892 
Morgan Wm C, 142, 1892 H 



THOMSON, McDuffie. 2,151 

Farmer D L, 142, 1897 
Neal George T* 
Shields I W, 142, 1916 



TIFTON, TIft. 2,381 

Dickert C R, 143, 1911 
O'Quinn A E, 143, 1910 
Peterson John A, 143, 1898 



TIGNALL, M ilkes. 320 

May C Julian, 142, 1915 



TOCCOA, Stephens. 

Carruth T W, 142, 1911 
Paris H L, 143, 1912 
Snelson D M, 142, 1892 



3,120 



TOOMSBORO, Wilkinson. 404 

Helton James B, 143, 1906 



TUNJVEL HILL, AVhitefleld. 295 

Jordan W S, 340 



UNION POINT, Greene. 

Harris W H, 195, 1897 



1,363 



VALDOSTA, Lowndes. 7,656 ' 

Holtzendorff Lucian, 143, 1897 
McCalla Clarence W, 142, 1899 

McDonald otis henry, b s, m d, 

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Dept), Baltimore, Md, 1890; Inter- 
national School of Orthodontia, 1915; 
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VAIiDOSTA — Cont'd 
Dental Soc; PTes Alumni Assn In- 
ternational School of Orthodontia, 
1916; Hours 8 a m-12 m and 1-5 p 
m; Tel M 487; 532-535 Strickland 
Bldg 

McKey Winston C, 216, 1910 

Paramore F R, 217, 1887 

Parrish Jesse A, 341, 1887 

Sirmans B Jtl 

Thomas R H, 142, 1903 

Whittington Clarence, 142, 1900 

Youmans Lester G, 143, 1905 



VIDAIilA, Toombs. 

Darby L H, 142, 1909 
Hine F LH 



1,776 



VIENNA, Dooley. 1,564 

Waters V M, 142, 1909 
Whitehead Ernest P, 142, 1915 
Whitehead James M, 143, 1894 



VILLiANO^V, \A^alker. 

McArthur S A* 



64 



AVADLFY, Jefferson. S72 

Rentz Charles E* 



AA'ARRENTON, AVarren. 

Kitchens D S, 142, 1912 



AVASHINGTON, AVilkes. 

Cade Edwin B, 341, 1897 
Hill Wm W, 320, 1887 
Robbins W R, 143, 1903 
Walton T B, 143, 1897 



1,368 



3,065 



W'AVERL.Y HALL, Harris. 300 

Gurr Horace P, 143, 1909 • 



AVAYCROSS, AVare. 17,979 

Brewton James H, 142, 1911 
Cannon Henry A, 143, 1895 
Creagh Joseph J* 
Guest Bell S, 143, 1902 
Lovelace George R, 142, 1892 
McGee Paul K, 143, 1912 



Meeks Wm K, 143, 1896 
O'Kara Ronald E, 142, 1916 
Taylor Walter M, 143, 1903 
Watson John R, 142, 1908 
Williams B Hf 



WAYNESBORO. Burke. 2,729 

Beckwith Walter D, 341, 1895 
Cooley J D, 143, 1908 



AVE ST POINT, Troup. 

Barker T B, 143, 1898 
Poer N CH 



1,906 



WHITESBURG, Carroll. 

Duncan C A, 143, — 
Strickland J R, 143, — 



315 



AVILLACOOCHEE. Coffee. 960 

Moore Henry, 143, 1898 



AA^INDER, Jackson. 2,443 

Bush W L, 216, 1900 
DeLaperriere W Lee, 217, 1898 
Williams Spurgeon, 143, — 



AAOODBURY, Meri\^ether. 

Lifsey T A, 143, 1903 
Matthews H T, 143, 1909 



917 



AVOODSTOCK, Cherokee. 442 

Hunter A L, 142, 1908 



AA RENS, Jefferson. 616 

Barton Atticus H, 142, 1904 



WRIGHTSVILLE, Johnson. 1,38ft 

Archer I H, 143, 1905 
Douglas R R, 143, 1909 
Robinson J C, 143, 1911 



YATESVILLE, Vpson. 368 

Childs W J, 142, 1916 



YOUNG HARRIS, Towns 

Waldroup Virgil M, 142, 1907 



ZEBULON, Pike. 602 

Thornton J E, 143, — 



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IDAHO 

CAPITAL, BOISE 



Population of State, 395,407 
(U. S. Census Bureau, 1914) 
Number of Dentists, 231 
For list of Dental Colleges, see page 43. 



STATE BOARD OF DENTAL EXAMINERS 
President, J. B. Page, Sandpoint; Secretary, A. M. Jacobsen, Pocatello- R W 
Phillips, Challis; L. E. Reich, Kellogg; A. A. Jessup, Boise. ' " " 



DENTAL SOCIETIES 

Idaho State Dental Society— President, F. F. McAfee, Twin Falls- Secretary 
R. J. Cruse, Pocatello; Treasurer, L. G. Phillips, Jerome. 

Southeastern Idaho Dental Society— President, M. J. Meeker, Soda Sorines- 
Secretary, G. L. Gallagher, Pocatello. ^Pii^ss, 



DENTAL LAW OF IDAHO 

AN ACT to insure the better Education of Practitioners of Dental Surgery and to 

Regulate the Practice of Dentistry in the State of Idaho, providing penalties fo? 

T.. it''^^'°^^''^'' thereof, and to repeal all acts and parts of kcts in conflict herewith 

Be It Enacted by the legislature of the State of Idaho: neiewiin. 

^,-+v^^°.-^^i^" ■!■• ^^ ^^^^^ ^^ unlawful for any person to practice dentistry in this state 
without having a license so to do from the Board of Dental Examiners 

bee. 2. The State Board of Dental Examiners, consisting of Ave mer^bers here- 
tofore created, shall continue to be the State Board of Dental Examiner? Upon tl^e 
expiration of each member's term of office the governor shall appoint Ms successor 
who shall hold office for three years or until his successor is appointed and qualiled 
In case of a vacancy occurring in said board the governor shall fill the same bv 
appom ment. No person shall be eligible for membership on such board whoTs not 
a legally practicing dentist in this state. 

Sec. 3. Such board shall have power to make reasonable rules and regulations 
for carrying into effect the provisions of this act. It shall choose one of it7 mem- 
bers president, and one secretary thereof, and shall have a common seal It shall 
hold one regular meeting in each year, and special meetings at such time and place 
as the board may select. A majority of the members of the board shall constitute 
a quorum for the transaction of business, but a less number may adjourn from time 
to time. The board shall keep full and complete minutes of its proceedings and of 
its receipts and disbursements, and a full and complete record of all persons licensed 
and registered by it, and such records together with the list of licensed and reg- 
istered dentists shall be public records, and shall at all reasonable times be open to 
public inspection. Such records or a transcript of the same, or any part thereof 
under the seal of the board, certified by the secretary thereof, shall be competent 
evidence of the facts therein stated. 

A certificate of the secretary under the seal of the board stating that any person 
is or IS not a registered dentist shall be prima facie evidence of the fact 

Sec. 4. Out of funds coming into the possession of the board from fees, fines 
and penalties received under the provisions of this act, all legitimate and necessary 
expenses incurred in attending and holding the session of said board, shall be paid, 
providing, that no part of the expenses of the board shall ever be paid out of the 
btate Treasury. All funds received in excess of expenses above provided for shall 
be held by the secretary of said board as a special fund for meeting the expenses 
of carrying out the provisions of this act. He shall give such bond as the board 
shall from time to time require. Further Provided, that the board shall make an 
annual report of its proceedings to the governor by December 1st, of each year, 
together with an account of all money received and disbursed under this act. 

Sec. 5. Any person who, as principal, agent, employer or employee, who In any 
manner whatsoever shall practice dentistry, or who shall run, operate or cause to be 
operated or manage a dental office or headquarters in the State of Idaho without 
having first filed for record and had recorded in the office of the recorder of the 
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Dental Examiners, as herein provided, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor 
and upon conviction shall be fined in any sum not less than fifty dollars, nor more 
than two hundred dollars, or be confined for any period not exceeding six months 
in the county jail for each and every offense. All fines received under this act 
shall be paid one-half to the school fund in the county in which conviction is 
secured, and one-half to the State Dental Board. 

Sec. 6 All persons shall be said to be practicing dentistry within the meaning 
of this act who shall contrary to this act, for a fee, salary or other reward paid 
directly, or indirectly to himself, or to another person for operations or parts of op- 
erations of any kind on, or treat diseases "or lesions of the human teeth or jaws or 
correct malpositions thereof. This act shall not be construed to prohibit an un- 
licensed person from performing mechanical work upon- inert matter in a dental 
office or laboratory, or to prohibit the student of a licensed dentist from assisting 
his preceptor in dental operations while in his presence and under his direct and 
immediate personal supervision, or to prohibit a duly licensed physician from 
treating the diseases of the mouth, or performing operations in oral surgery. 

Sec. 7. Every registered dentist shall in each and every year after 1907 pay 
to said Board of Examiners the sum of two dollars as a license fee for such year. 
Such payment shall be made prior to May 1st in each and every year, and in case 
of default in such payment by any person his license may be revoked by the Board 
of Examiners upon twenty days' notice of the time and place of considering such 
revocation. But no license shall be revoked for such non-payment if the person 
so notified shall pay before or at such consideration, his fee and sucli penalty as 
may be imposed by said board, providing, that said board may impose a penalty 
of not to exceed ten dollars as a condition of allowing his license to stand. Provided 
further, that said Board of Examiners may collect any such dues by law. 

Sec. 8. The Board of Dental Examiners created by this act may sue and be 
sued and in all actions brought by or against it, shall be made a party under the 
name of the Board of Dental Examiners of the State of Idaho, and no suit shall 
abate by reason of kny change in the membership of said board. 

Sec. 9 Tho certificate in this act provided for shall entitle the holder thereof 
to practice dentistry in any county in the State of Idaho, Provided, such certificate 
shall first be filed for record in the office of the recorder of the county in which 
such liolder desires to practice, and nothing herein contained shall be construed to 
permit any holder of any certificate to practice in any county in this State unless 
such certificate shall have been first recorded in the office of the recorder of such 
county as herein provided; Provided, further, that such holder of a certificate may 
practice in more than one or any number of counties in this state on having such 
certificate recorded in each of such counties in which such holder desired to practice. 
Said Board of Dental Examiners shall, upon satisfactory proof of the loss of any 
certificate issued under the provisions of this act, issue a new certificate in place 
thereof. The county recorder shall charge for registering such certificate a fee 
of one dollar. 

Sec. 10. Any person who shall desire to begin the practice of dentistry in the 
State of Idaho shall file his name together with an application for examination with 
the Secretary of the State Board of Dental Examiners, and at the time of making 
application shall pay to the secretary a fee of twenty-five dollars and shall present 
himself at the first meeting of said board to undergo examination before that body. 
In order to be eligible for such examination, such person shall present to said board 
his diploma from some dental college in good standing, or a license from some 
other ."^tate Dental Board, or furnish proof of having been engaged in the study of 
dentistrv under a licensed dentist for at least four years. The examination shall be 
elementary and practical in character but sufficiently thorough to test the fitness ; 
of the applicant to practice dentistry. It shall include answering in the English 
language, questions of and on the following subjects: Anatomy, physiology, chem- 
istry, materia medica, therapeutics, oral surgery, metallurgy, histology, operative 
and" mechanical dentistry, orthodontia, and also demonstrations of skill in operative 
and mechanical dentistry. All persons successfully passing such examinations shall 
be registered as a licensed dentist in the record book of the board and also receive a 
certificate of such registration. Said certificate shall be signed by the president ana 
secretary of the board and also bear the official seal of said board. 

The examination fee shall in no case be refunded, but a candidate failing In 
his first examination may demand a second examination at a subsequent meeting 
of the board, and no fee shall be charged for said examination. 

Sec. 11. Said board may, in its discretion, accept and register upon payment 
of the registration fee, and without examination of the applicant, any certificate, 
which shall have been issued to him by the Dental Examining Board of any State or 
Territory of the United States, provided, however, that the legal requirements or 
such Dental Examination Board shall have been at the time of issuing such cer- 
tifier te in no degree or particular less than those of Idaho at the time when suC*! 
certificate shall have been presented for registration to the board created by tnis) 



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act, and provided that such applicant shall have been lawfully engaged in the 
practice of dentistry in the State from which he shall present his certificate for a 
period of five years next preceding his application to the Dental Board of the State 
of Idaho, and provided further, that the provisions of this section contained shall be 
held to apply only to such of said Dental Examining Board as accept, and register 
the certificates granted by this board, without examination by them of the ones 
holding certificates. Each applicant on making application, shall pay to the Secre- 
tary of the Board a fee of twenty-five dollars. 

An Act, entitled "An Act to Insure the Better Education of Practitioners of 
Dental Surgery, and to Regulate the Practice of Dentistry in the State of Idaho," 
approved February 16, 1899, and all other acts and parts in conflict herewith are 
hereby repealed. 



LIST OF DEINTIS-rS 

ARRANGED ALPHABETICALLY BY POSTOFFICES. 

SYM BOL_S: 

*No report received. tMem. State Dental Assn. IlKegistered. §Meni. District Dental Society. 

The Postofflce address Is sho-mi In DISPLAY TYPE, the name of the county in which it is located 
Immediately follows, and then the population of the place. The names of Dentists appear under the 
poHtoffice name, the first number (the key to which will be found on pag-es 41 to 48) indicates the 
college of graduation, and the last number the year In which diploma was granted. 



ALBION, Cassia. 392 

Jones W MH 



AMERICAN FALLS, Power. 953 

Milleron Francis CH 
Studdert John B* 



ARCO, Blaine. 500 

Anderson John H|f 



ASHTON, FrenM»nt. 700 

Brown C E, 265, 1903 



BANCROFT, Bannock. 500 

Smedley Wm E, 265, 1914 



BELLEVUE, Blaine. 702 

Adams Edward R* 



BLACKFOOT, Bingham. 2,202 

Bernheisel Everett C* 
Hoge Walter S, 152, 1907 
Hudson Burleigh H, 152, 1915 



BOISE, Ada. 28,000 

Ahrams A M.H 1 Bank bldg 

Berthaumm Carrie L, 120, 1900,tf 403 
Idaho bldg 

Bettis Henry S, 110, 188511, 513 Over- 
land bldg 

Carpenter Edgar B, 304, 1905, 212 Ida- 
ho bldg 

Cate Alexander W,11 417 Empire bldg 

Cohn Jacob, 110, 1896, 402 Idaho bldg 

Colver Hugh B, 185, 1913, 401 Idaho 
bldg 

Crane Charles,1f 629 Idaho bldg 



Crichfield Fred W, 185, 1908,11 12 Falk 

bldg 
Dresser Harold, H 504 Overland bldg 
Friedline Abram G,* 8191/2 W Main 
Friedline George P,1I 819% W Main 
JESSUP ALBERT A, D D S, Chicago 
Coll of Dental Surg, Chicago, 111, 
1898; Carr School of Preventive 
Dentistry, 1916; Ex-Pres Idaho State 
Dental Soc; Sec Idaho State Board 
of Dental Examiners; Ex-Pres Lamb- 
da Chapter, Xi Psi Phi Fraternity; 
Hours 9 a m to 5 p m, Tel 998; 513 
Overland Bldg 
King Wm O, 158, 1899, 416 Overland 

bldg 
Lucas Marshall Y, 315, 1908, 417 Em- 
pire bldg 
Maberly Edward H, 264, 1884,11 218 

Sonna bldg 
Myers Walter A, 158, 1908, 502 Idaho 

bldg 
Over Charles B, 158, 1910, 415 Idaho 

bldg 
Patterson Homer G,* 325 Sonna bldg 
Philpott Cory A, 158, 1900, 512 Over- 
land bldg 
Purl Henry B, 265, 1896, 248 Sonna 

bldg 
Shelton Robert E,* 206 Yates bldg 
Shurtz Richard E,* 212 Overland bldg 
Southwell Claude A, 320, 1885,11 313 

Overland bldg 
Walker E W, 195, 1905, 330 Yates bldg 



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BOISB — Cont'd 
WEAVER ALBERT E, D D S, Denver 

Coll of Dentistry (now Colo Coll of 
Dental Surgery), Denver, Colo, 1897; 
Certificate of Haskell's Post-Grad 
School, 1902; Post-Grad Smith's 
Nerve Blocking Course, 1915; Treas 
Idaho State Dental Soc, 1917; Hours 
9 a m-12 m and 1:30-5 p m; Tel 143- 
J; 510-511 Overland Bldg 



BONNERS FERRY, Bonner. 

Rae Charles AH 



1,071 



BOVILL, Latah. 675 

Witty Russell T, 271, 1907 



BUHL,, Tirin Falls. 639 

Coleman Harry C, 324, 1903 

ROGERS J M, Registered, Idaho State 
Certificate; Mem Idaho State and 
Twin Falls Co Dental Socs; Hours 
9 a m to 5 p m. Evenings by Ap- 
pointment; Tel 24; Office over Buhl 
Furniture House 



BURKE, Shoshone 

Buttner Henry F, 282, 1879 



BURLEY, Cassia. 575 
HEITLER ARTHUR W, D D S, Color- 
ado Coll of Dental Surgery (Dental 
Dept Univ of Denver), Denver, Colo, 
1907 
Kaar Charles W, 273, 1908 
Taylor Frank WU 



CAIiDTV^ELL, Canyon. 

Blondel Louis D, 250, 1906 
Dutton Elmer EH 
Gigray W F, 163, 190911 
Smith D N, 264, 1896 



3,543 



CAMBRIDGE, M^ashlngton. 

Carter I Stanton, 300, 1890 
Over U MH 



349 



CHALLIS, Custer. 338 

Phillips R WH 



COEUR D'ALENE, Kootennl. 7,291 

Boyington Charles B, 158, 1905 
Higgins Robert C D, 250, 1910 
Imberg Andrew W, 152, 1909t[ 
Loveless Burt A, 322, 189711 
McEuen Seth H* 
Sheldon Charles E, 239, 1897 
Walstrom Geo R, 250, 1915 
Youngberg E L, 250, 1906 



COTTONWOOD, Idaho. 

Smith Harry J, 152, 1899 
Smith John EH 



65S 



DOWNEY, Bannock. 1,400 

Smedley Raleigh E, 265, 1913 



DRIGGS, Madison. 

Fuller J HH 



DUBOIS, Fremont. 

Meeker Mahlon Ilf 



663 



400 



ELK RIVER, Clearwater. l,20O 

Yamagashi Kan* 



EMMETT, Canyon. 1,351 

Anderson C I, 185, 1913 

Judd A WH 

Rose Robert E, 323, 1895 



FILER, Twin Falls. 

Cartney Thomas L* 



225 



GENESEE, Latah. 742 

SEVERNS J E, D D S, St Louis Dental 
Coll, St Louis, Mo, 1915; Demonstra- 
tor Operative Technic at Same, 
1916; Mem National Dental Assn, St 
Louis and Mo State Dental Socs; • 
Hours 9 a m to 5 p m. 



GLENNS FERRY, Elmore. 800 

Penhallegon Thomas A, 152, 1902 
Minier Wm C* 



GOODING, Goodlny. 

Henry Wesley, 134, 1911 
Hitchcock J F* 



1,444 



GRACE, Bannock. 600 

Coen Albert E, 265, 1908 
Meek Leroy W, 304, 1904 



GRANGEVILLE, Idaho. 1,534 

Green Grant A* 

M'acNEILL WM, D M D, North Pa- 
cific Coll of Dentistry, Portland, 
Oreg, 1916; Hours 9 to 11:30 a m 
and 1 to 5 p m; Tel 581 

Riggs H VH 

Wood Frank E, 315, 1914 



HAILEY, Blaine. 

Jones Homer DH 
MacClure J FH 



1.231 



HARRISON, Kootenai. 

Ford Thomas AH 
Freeman Albert J* 
Youngberg Wm, 195, 1902 



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IDAHO FALLS, Bonneville. 7.000 

Benuett J E, 152, 190911 
Brookfield Benjamin M, 187, 1903 
Bybee Jefferson J* 
Ferguson Claude* 


miDVALE, AVaHhlng;toD. 400 

Scheifer Edward H* 


MINIDOKA. Minidoka. 200 

Benson Joseph L, 158, 1901 


Kimball John A, 152, 1910 
Lee Wm H, 152, 1895 
Nye Walter SH 
Read Ervin C, 158, 190111 


MONTPELIER, Bear Lake. 1,924 

Flynn Harry V, 152, 1903 
Smith George T, 195, 1902 


Smith Guy M, 152, 1910 
Wood Harry Ttl 


MOSCOW, Latah. 3,670 

Boyd Ira R, 315, 1910 


ILO, Lewis. 200 

Maple Albert H, 134, 1911 


Lillibndge Warren H, 154, 1892 
McBryde T Boyd, 343, 189111 
McDaniel James AH 






JEROME, Lincoln. 985 

Phillips Leon G, 158, 190911 


aiOUNTAIN HOME, Elmore. 1,411 

Green Philo F, 315, 1909 


JULIAETTA, Latah. 414 

Buchanan John B, 113, 1902 


Wetherell Cyrus R, 229, 1904 
Whittaker Roscoe E* 


KAMIAH, Lewis. 324 

Bridwell J FH 
McLinn James H* 
McMahan W F* 


MULLAN, Shoshone. 1,667 

Flack Herbert WH 
Higgins Clifford C, 250, 1908 


IVAMPA, Canyon. 4,205 


KELLOGG, Shoshone. 1,273 

Brooks E EH 

Hull W K, 158, 1905 

Kimball Horton F, 152, 1900 

Randall Joseph JH 

Reich Leo EH 


Attenberry James G, 158, 1901 
Bloom P MH 
Joynes K CH 


NEZ PERCE, Lewis. 599 

Blakemore T Finley, 315, 1913 
Henry Wesley, 134, 1911 






KEIVDRICK, Latah. 543 

Moser Joseph FH 


OAKLEY, Cassia. 911 

Lowe John 0, 152, 1906 
Toolson George H* 


LEWISTON, IVez Peree. 6,043 

Atkinson Joseph FH ■ 

Atkinson Mabel K, 315, 1903 

Boston Franklin J* 

Brett John W* 

Cattermole Frank P, 239, 189911 

Charrier C PH 


OROFIIVO, Clearwater. 384 

Britan Herbert D, 152, 1907H 


PARIS, Bear Lake. 1,038 

Budge Franklin, 152, 1904 
Hoge Walter S, 152, 1907 


Foster Harry R, 315, 1911 
Gilbert W F, 158, 1906 
Kuhn R VH 
Xrewis John H, 315, 1900 


PARMA, Canyon. 575 

Humphrey^ Thomas O, 300, 1889 
Rubins Leon, 122, 1912 


Squire Leslie B, 320, 1903 
Stalker Wm C* 


PAYETTE, Canyon. 1,948 

Burns Jabez B, 152, 1892 
Chapin Clarence F, 315, 1916 
Holmes E Basil, 308, 1911 
Strauss Arlon, 158, 1906 


MACKAY, Custer. 638 

Baker CharlesH 


MALAD CITY, Oneida. 1,303 

Owens R E, 152, 1907 


POCATELLO, Bainnoek. 14,036 

Cruse Roy J, 152, 1904 
Gallagher George L, 272, 1903 
Gee Robert D, 152, 1907 
Hadley Edward B, 300, 1904 
Higson Alfred R jr, 152, 1915 


MERIDIAX, Ada. 619 

Easton John WH 



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POCATELLO — Cont'd 
Jacobsen Arno MH 
Loux Charles E M, 115, 190211 


SALMON. Lemlii. 1,434 

Ashley James M, 262, 1914 
Hubbard E LH 


Reed Albert W* 
Shaw Lloyd E, 341, 1912 
Sherburne Geo H* 
Sherburne Wm J* 
Sutton Robert H, 152, 1911 


SANDPOINT, Bonner. 2,098 

Draney Harry R, 315, 1914 
Guy J D C, 320, 190811 
Page Joseph B, 322, 189511 
Phinney John H, 152, 1904 






POST PALLS, Kootenai. 658 

Galbraith Wm FJI 


SANTA, Kootenai. 150 

Briggs Robert F, 195, 1900 






POTLATCH, Latah. 1,500 

Hasbrouck Frank D, 315, 1905 


SHELLEY, Bingliam. 850 

Packard R NH 


PRESTON, Oneida. 2,110 

Davis Ray Lfl 
Edwards D TH 


SHOSHONE, Lincoln. 1,155 

Baugh H G, 270, 1908 


Faylor M W, 152, 1911 
Jameson Wm FJI 


SILVER CITY, Owyhee. 805 

Heer Frank S, 152, 190011 


PRIEST RIVER, Bonner. 450 

Gregory Floyd A* 


SODA SPRINGS, Bannock. 501 

Beckstrom Herman, Univ of Stock- 
holm, Sweden, 1885 


Tt AT'T¥rtRTT1Vr lilnnit^nni 721 


Hollister D FH 


SOUTHWICK, Neai Perce. 200 

Smith Dallas If 




REUBENS. Lewis. 250 

Seeger Robert!! 


SPIRIT LAKE, Kootenai. 1,400 

Beck C JH 






REXBURG, Fremont. 1,893 

Chambers Parley C, 152, 1912 
Ewing R H, 265, 1903 


SUGAR, Madison. 600 

Roby M EH 


Smith Parley F, 152, 1910 


TETON, Fremomf. 

Miller A G 185 1915 


RIGBY, Fremont. 655 
PRESTON A P, D D S, Chicago Coll 
of Dental Surgery (Dental Dept, Val- 
paraiso Univ), Chicago, 111, 1914; Tel 
86 




TROY, Latah. 543 

Severns Walter S, 271, 1915 
Woodward Karl W, 154, 1893 


Tawney Pliny L, 158, 1912 
Williams H RH 


TAVIN FALLS, Twin Falls. 5,258 

Aaron Wm E, 152, 1906 
Baker Guy F, 120, 1902 
Beebe Frank C, 158, 1900 
Dwight Willis H, 152, 1891 
Harstad Oliver, 158, 1899 
Higgins George T, 239, 187911 


RUPERT, Minidolca. 297 

Huggins Wm J, 264, 1904 
Rowley A L, 239, 1906 


ST. ANTHONY. Fremont. 1,238 

Gillespie W R, 275, 190911 
Ludden Wmlf 


Lewers D Brown, 216, 1903 
McAtee F F, 120, 190111 
Ragan Will E, 274, 1911 
Snook F EH 


ST. MARIES. Benewali. 3,000 


Sutcliff Robert A, 262, 1913 


Barker George A, 315, 1916 
Brady John N, 122, 1907 
Briggs R F, 195, 1900 
Clarke Wm F, 320, 1912 
Schugh Lilly M* 
Williams Henry Slf 


VANWYCK, Boise. 325 

Burke FrankH 


VOLLMER, Lewis. 332 

Charrier Peter F* 



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WALLACE:, Shoshone. 

Barton Harry E, 250, 1904 
Brown Wm J, 322, 1897 
Grant John AH 
Lockhart Edward AH 
McAuley Frank CH 
St Jean L JH 
Smith W A, 158, 1903 



8,000 



WARDNE:R, Shoshone. 

Ide Wm FH 



1,369 



WEIISER, Washingrton. 2,600 

Curl A MH 

Hixon C L R, 158, 190811 
Jefferson E V, 315, 1906 
Kimball Richard H, 320, 1881 



WENDELL, Gooding:. 800 

Davenport Osgood HH 



ILLINOIS 

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Population of State, 5,986,781 
(U. S. Census Bureau, 1914) 
Number of Dentists, 3,709. 
For list of Dental Colleges, see page 43. 



STATE BOARD OF DENTAL EXAMINERS 
President, C. F. O'Connor, Springfield; Secretary-Treasurer, O. H. Seifert; 
Springfield; G. M. Dempey, Grafton; J. K. Conroy, Belleville; J. M. Elder, Eldorado. 



DENTAL COLLEGES 
Chicago College of Dental Surgery (Dental Department of Valparaiso Uni- 
versity), Wood and Harrison, Chicago — Dean, T. W. Brophy, M. D., D. I>. S. 

College of Dentistry, University of Illinois, 1838 W. Harrison, Chicago— Dean, 
F. B. Moorehead, M. S., D. D. S., M. D. 

'Northwestern University Dental School, Cor. Dearborn and Lake, Chicago — 
Dean, T. L. Gilmer, M. D., Sc. D., D. D. S. 



DENTAL SOCIETIES 

Illinois State Dental Society (Inc)— Organized 1864. President, H. L. Whipple, 
Quincy; Vice-President, O. L. Frazee, Springfield; Secretary, J. P. Luthringer, 
Peoria; Treasurer, L. B. Torrence, Chester. 

Adams-Hancock County Dental Society— President, E. M. Bobbins, Carthage; 
Vice-President, L. M. Duncan, Quincy; Secretary, E. F. Koetters, Quincy. 

Alumni Association, Chicago College of Dental Surgery — President, E. W. 
Elliott, Chicago; Secretary, P. G. Puterbaugh, 1747 Harrison, Chicago; Treasurer,. 
J. E. Schaefer, Chicago. 

Alumni Association, Northwestern University Dental School — President, M. M. 
Pestle, Chicago; Secretary-Treasurer, M. M. Printz, 4235 Lake Park av., Chicago. 

Central Illinois Dental Society — President, J. H. Hite, Shelbyville; Secretary, 
L. T. Lundy, Edinburg. 

Champaign-Danville District Dental Society — President, C. W. Hickman, Dan- 
I'ville; Secretary, L. H. Wise, Champaign. 

Chicago Dental Society — Meets third Tuesday of each month except June, 
July and August. President, G. C. Poundstone; Vice-President, M. D. K. Bremner; 
Secretary, P. B. D. Idler, 30 N. Mich. Blvd.; Treasurer, R. E. MacBoyle; Librarian, 
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Bnglewood Society— President, H. J. Tharp; Vice-President, J. H. Cadmus; 
Secretary, R. W. Becker; Treasurer, J. C. Black. 

Kenwood Society — President, Josephine D. Pfeifer; Vice-President, W. E. 
Reber; Secretary, M. M. Prinlz; Treasurer, E. Mary Lohman. 

North Shore Society — President, Edmund Noyes; Vice-President, C. S. Blge- 
low; Secretary, M. L. Schmitz; Treasurer, D. N. Lewis. 

West Side Society — President, F. T. Hayes; Vice-President, L. E. Jelinek; 
Secretary, J. A. Wright; Treasurer, M. A. Webb. 

West Suburban Society — President, E. W. Elliot; Vice-President, C. N. Peder- 
son; Secretary, T. E. Turner; Treasurer, F. E. Gillespie. 

Dentists' Mutual Protective Alliance of Chicago — Secretary, V. P. Cooley, 539 
Garfield av. 

Dental Protective Association of the United States — President, J. G. Reid, 
Chicago; Secretary, J. P. Buckley, Chicago; Treasurer, D. M. Gallie, Chicago. 

East St. Louis Dental Society — President, DeW. Milstead; Secretary and Treas- 
urer, W. C. Drummond. 

Eastern Illinois District Dental Society — President, C. L. Hine, Tuscola; 
Secretary, W. B. Tym, Charleston. . 

Fox River Valley Dental Society — President, B. J. Cigrand, Batavia; Secretary- 
Treasurer, J. C. Y. Moore, Aurora. 

Jo Daviess County Dental Society — President, W. A. Stephenson, Galena; 
Secretary-Treasurer, J. E. Hoover, Apple River. 

Kankakee District Dental Society — President, C. R. Hollister, Manteno; Secre- 
tary, J. A. Zwisler, Kankakee. 

Knox County Dental Society — President, J. J. Hammond, Galesburg; Secretary, 
A. V. Hall, Galesburg. 

LaSalle County Dental Society — President, A. F. Schaefer, Streator; Secretary, 
V. P. Perisho, Streator. 

Logan County Dental Society — President, V. R. Rimmerman, Lincoln; Secre- 
tary, Pearl Parks, Lincoln. 

McDonough-Fulton County Dental Society — President, B. L. Brown, Colchester; 
Secretary, J. S. McCreight, Industry. 

McLean County Dental Society — President, Thomas Lockie, Pontiac; Secretary, 
W. J. Thayer, Pontiac. 

Macon-Moultrie County Dental Society — President, H. A. Vaughan, Decatur; 
Secretary, W. R. Adams, Decatur. 

Madison County District Dental Society — President, M. D. VanHorne, Bunker 
Hill; Secretary, H. D. Bull, Jerseyville. 

Morgan County District Dental Society — President, A. B. Carey, Jr., Pittsfield; 
Secretary, A. P. Applebee, Jacksonville. 

Northern Illinois Dental Society — President, B. H. Biglow, Pontiac; Secretary, 
C. L. Smith, Charles; Treasurer, Edmund Noyes, Chicago. 

Peoria County Dental Society — President, C. E. Read, Pekin; Secretary, 
A. J. Shepherd, Peoria; Treasurer, A. A. Richardson, Jr., Peoria. 

Quincy Dental Club — President, L. M. Duncan; Secretary, E. F. Koetters. 

Rock Island County Dental Society — President, Fred Graflund, Moline; Secre- 
tary, G. A. Nelson, East Moline. 

St. Clair District Dental Society — President, B. I. Moreland, East St. Louis; 
Secretary, W. C. Smith, East St. Louis. 

Sangamon-Menard County Dental Society — President, J. J. Donelan, Spring- 
field; Secretary, G. W. Mills, Springfield. 

Southern Illinois District Dental Society — President, F. H. Washburn, Carter- 
ville; Secretary, J. W. Croessman, Dugoin. 

Stephenson County Dental Society — President, F. H. Bowers, Freeport; Secre- 
tary, E. H. Place, Freeport. 




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Wabash River District Dental Society — President, B. H. Steele, Robinaon; 
Secretary, D. Z. Wylde, Oblong. 

Warren County Dental Society — President, J. F. Kyler, Kirkwood; Secretary, 
H. W. McMillan, Roseville. 

Whiteside-Lee County Dental Society — President, P. A. McMillan, Tampico; 
Secretary, M. R. Nelson, Morrison. 

Will-Grundy County Dental Society — President, A. B. Patterson, Joliet; Secre- 
tary, W. C. Clyne, Joliet. 

Winnebago County Dental Society — President, Charles Helm, Rockford; Secre- 
tary, M. R. Harned, Rockford. 



DENTAL LAW OF ILLINOIS 

AN ACT TO REGULATE THE PRACTICE OF DENTAL SURGERY AND 

DENTISTRY IN THE STATE. OF ILLINOIS. 

Approved June 11, 1909; in Force July 1, 1909, as Amended by Act 

Approved June 25, 1915. ■ 

Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois represented in the General 

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Section 1.' Board of Examiners Created — Duty — Appointment — Who Eligible — 
Term of Office: That a board of examiners, to consist of five practicing dentists, to 
be known as the Illinois State- Board of Dental Examiners, is hereby created, whose 
duty it shall be to carry out the purposes and enforce the provisions of this Act, 
as hereinafter specified. The members of said board shall be appointed by the 
Governor, and at the time of their appointment upon said board, must be actual 
residents of the State and must have been for a period of five years, or more, 
legally licensed to practice dentistry or dental surgery in this State: Provided, 
however, that no person shall be eligible to appointment to said board who is in 
any way connected with or interested in any dental college or dental department 
of any institution of learning. The term for which the members of said board 
shall hold office shall be five years: Provided, that the members of the dental board, 
in office at the time of the passage of this act, shall be permitted to serve out 
their respective terms of office for which they were appointed, and until their suc- 
cessors shall be duly appointed. In case of a vacancy occurring on said board, 
such vacancy shall be filled by the Governor, as herein provided. 

Sec. 2. Organization.- — Said board shall choose one of its members president 
and one secretary thereof, and it shall meet at least once in each year, and oftener 
if necessary, in the discretion of the board, and at such times and places as it may 
deem proper. A majority of the members of said board shall, at all times, con- 
stitute a quorum, for the transaction of the business of the board, and the pro- 
ceedings thereof shall, at all reasonable times, be open to public inspection. 

Sec. 3. Who May Practice — License Fee — Eligibility — Examination. — No per- 
son, unless previously registered or licensed to practice dentistry in this State at 
the time this Act shall become operative, shall begin the practice of dentistry or 
dental surgery, or any branches thereof, without first applying for and obtaining 
a license for such purpose from the Illinois Board of Dental Examiners. Applica- 
tion shall be made to said board in writing, and shall, in every instance, be accom- 
panied by the examination fee of twenty dollars ($20.00) together with satisfac- 
tory proof that the applicant is of good moral character and twenty-one years of 
age or over at the time of making the application. An application from a can- 
didate who desires to secure a license from said board to practice dentistry or 
dental surgery in this State shall be accompanied by satisfactory proof that the 
applicant so applying for a license has been engaged in the actual legal and 
lawful practice of dentistry or dental surgery in some other state or territory for 
five consecutive years immediately prior to such application; or is a graduate of, 
and has a diploma from, the faculty of a reputable dental college, school or dental 
department of a reputable university. When such application and the accompany- 
ing proof are found satisfactory, the board shall notify the applicant to appear 
before it for examination at a time and place to be fixed by the board. Examina- 
tions shall be made in w^riting in all theoretic subjects, both theoretic and practical 
examinations shall be of a character to give a fair test of the qualifications of the 
applicant to practice dentistry or dental surgery. The examination papers and all 
grading thereon; and the grading of the practical work shall be deemed public 
documents, and preserved for a period of not less than two years after the board 
shall have made and published its decisions thereupon. All examinations provided 
for in this Act shall be conducted by the board under fair and wholly impartial 
methods. (As amended by Act approved .Tune 25, 1915, in force July 1, 1915.) 

Sec. 4. Board to Make Rules to Establish Standard. — Said Board of Dental 
Examiners shall make rules or regulations to establish a uniform and reasonable 
standard of educational requirements to be observed by dental schools, colleges, or 
dental departments of universities, and said board may determine the reputabillty 
of these by reference to their compliance w^ith said rules or regulations. 

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The State Board of Dental Examiners shall demand of all applicants for 'license 
to practice dentistry, evidnece of preliminary education before they were admitted 
to reputable dental schools, colleges, or dental departments of reputable universi- 
ties, and require satisfactory proof of the observance and enforcement of such 
preliminary educational requirements by said dental schools, colleges, or dental 
departments of universities; Provided, that a certificate of admission, without 
conditions, to any colleges of Liberal Arts department of an accredited university, 
which demands not less than fifteen (15) high school units for admission, or the 
diploma of a high school or equivalent secondary school accredited by any State 
University requiring a course of not less than four years of attendance, and not 
less than fifteen (15) high school units of satisfactory work for gi-aduation; or a 
certificate of having passed a satisfactory examination conducted, or approved by a 
committee on examinations herein provided for, acting in the State of Illinois, to 
the amount of fifteen (15) high school units in the studies embraced in a high school 
curriculum, shall be considered satisfactory evidence of preliminarj' education: 
And, provided, further, that the superintendent of public instruction of the State of 
Illinois shall appoint a committee of three examiners, composed of educators of 
ability. and reputation who shall be empowered to- hold examinations of applicants 
for admission to dental schools (under such regulations as he may prescribe), who 
have not regularly completed courses in secondary or high schools. 

These examinations shall be held at stated periods and places in the city of 
Chicago, and elsewhere if desirable. They shall be conducted in writing, and the 
examination papers and markings thereon shall be deposited with the superin- 
tendent of public instruction, and shall be preserved for a period of not less than ; 
two years as public documents. i 

At each of said examinations there shall be present at least two of the members 
of said committee, and the certificate issued by said committee shall bear the sig- 
nature of not less than two members of said committee to make it effective; said 
certificates of preliminary education shall enumerate the subjects in which th« 
applicant has passed and for which he is given credit, and state upon its face 
whether the credit is given as the result of the examination or for work previously 
done and accepted upon credentials. Said committee shall collect from each appli- 
cant taking such examination a fee of ten dollars ($10.00) which shall be in full; 
payment of the services and personal expenses of the members of the committee,! 
provided the superintendent of public instruction shall prepare and furnish the 
necessary blanks and certificates. Provided, however, that nothing in this Act shall 
be construed to prevent any dental school which may desire to do so from estab- 
lishing for admission a higher standard of preliminary education than is specified 
in this Act. (As amended by Act approved June 25, 1915, in force July 1, 1915.) 

Sec. 5. What Shall be Regarded as Practicing Dentistry. — Any person shall 
be regarded as practicing dentistry or dental surgery within the meaning of this 
Act, who shall treat, or profess to treat any of the diseases or lesions of human- 
teeth or jaws, or extract teeth, or shall prepare and fill cavities in human teeth, 
or correct the malposition of teeth, or supply artificial teeth as substitutes 
for natural teeth; Provided, that nothing in this Act shall be so construed aS' 
to prevent regularly licensed physicians or surgeons from extracting teeth; 
Further, this Act shall shall not prevent students from performing dental opera- 
tions under the supervision of competent instructors within a dental school, college 
or dental department of a university recognized as reputable by the Illinois State 
Board of Dental Examiners. 

Sec. 6. License to Be Registered — Pee. — Any person licensed to practice dent-; 
istry or dental surgery in this State by the Illinois State Board of Dental Examiners, 
as hereinbefore provided, shall personally and within ninety days from date of, 
issue, cause such license to be registered with the county clerks of such county or; 
counties in ■which such person desires to engage in the practice of dentistry or 
dental surgery, and the county clerks of the several counties of this State shall 
charge for registering such license a fee of twenty-five cents (25c) for eachi 
registration: And it is hereby provided further, that every person who engages in 
the practice of dentistry or dental surgery in this State shall cause his or her^ 
license to be registered w^ith the county clerk before beginning the practice of 
dentistry in said county, and to be at all times displayed in a conspicuous place, 
in his or her office w^herein he or she shall practice such profession, and shall 
further, whenever requested, exhibit such license to any of the members of the 
said board or its authorized agent. 

Sec. 7. When Board May Refuse or Revoke License. — ^The board may refuse 
to issue the license provided for in this Act, or may revoke any license now in 
force or that shall be hereinafter given, if issued to individuals who have, by false; 
or fraudulent representation, obtained or sought to obtain practice or by false oi 
fraiululent representations obtained or souglit to obtain money or anv other thing 
of value, or have practiced under names other than their own. or for any othei 
dishonorable conduct. The board, when written charges have been filed with its; 
secretary, and seem sustained by proof, shall fix a time and place for the examinaj 
tion of a person so charged and shall give written notice to the said person of the 
time and place and furnish him with a copy of the charges, at lea.=?t twenty days 
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Sec. 8. Failure to Register License — Forfeiture. — Any failure, neglect or refusal 
on the part of any person obtaining a license to practice dentistry or dental surgery 
from tlie said board, to register such license with the county clerk of some county 
in this State, as above directed, within ninety days from tlie date of i.ssue ot the 
same, sliall work a forfeiture of sucli license, and no license when once forfeited, 
shall be restored, except upon payment to the said board of the sum of fifteen 
dollars ($15), for such neglect, failure or refusal to register such license and the 
surrender of forfeited license. 

Sec. y. Examination Fee — License Fee — Compensation — Secretary's Salary — 
Expenses — Report. — The said board shall charge each person applying to it for 
examination for a license to practice dentistry or dental surgery in this State, an 
examination fee of twenty dollars ($20.00) and in addition tliereto a license fee of 
five dollars ($5.00) for every license or duplicate license issued by said board. 

Said board shall make an annual report of its proceedings to the Governor by 
the 15th day of December of each year, together with an account of all moneys 
received and paid out by them, pursuant to this Act. All fees, penalties, forfeitures 
or fines received and collected by the board shall be paid monthly by secretary of 
said board to the treasurer of the State of Illinois. 

For their services, the meinbers of the board shall each receive as compensation 
the sum of ten dollars ($10.00) for each day actually engaged in the duties of the 
office and all legitimate and necessary expenses incurred in attending the meetings 
of said board; provided, that the secretary of the board, for the purpose of enforcing 
the provisions of this Act, shall receive a salary to be fixed by the board, instead 
•of a per diem of ten dollars ($10.00). 

Said board is hereby authorized to engage a suitable person or persons, to 
assist the board in the investigation of complaints filed with said board against 
illegal practitioners or other violators of this Act. 

The expenses of maintaining the board shall be paid from the State treasury 
upon vouchers signed by the secretary and president of the board, _when properly 
approved in conformity to law, out of the funds accruing to the State treasury 
under the provisions of this Act, or such funds as are available for the payment 
of such accounts. (As amended by Act approved June 25, 1915, in force July 1, 1915.) 

Sec. 10. Filing License or Diploma of Another — Penalty. — Any person filing or 
attempting to file as his own the diploma or license of another, or a forged affidavit 
of identification, or qualification, shall be deemed guilty of a felony, and upon con- 
viction thereof, shall be subject to such fine and imprisonment as is made and 
provided by the statutes of this State for the crime of forgery. 

Sec. 11. When License May be Issued Without Examination to Legal Practi- 
tioner from Another State. — Any dentist who has been lawfully licensed to practice 
in another State or Territory v^rhich has and maintains a standard for the practice 
of dentistry or dental surgery equal to that now maintained in this State, and who 
has been lawfully and continuously engaged in the practice of dentistry for five 
years or more immediately before filing his application to practice in this State 
and who shall deposit in person with the secretary of the board, a duly attested 
certificate from the Examining Board of the State or Territory in which he is reg- 
istered, certifying to the fact of his registration and of his being a person of good 
moral character, and of professional attainments, may, upon the payment of a fee 
of twenty-five dollars ($25.00) and after a satisfactory practical examination 
demonstrating his proficiency, be granted a license to practice dentistry in this 
State, without being required to take an examination in theory. Provided, however, 
that no license shall be issued to any such applicant, unless the State or Territory 
from which such certificate has been granted to such applicant shall have extended 
a like privilege to engage in the practice of dentistry within its own borders to 
dentists heretofore and hereafter licensed by this State, and removing to such 
other State; and provided, further, that the Illinois State Board of Dental Exam- 
iners shall have power to enter into reciprocal relations with similar boards of other 
States whose laws are practically identical with the provisions of this Act. (As 
amended by Act approved June 25, 1915, in force July 1, 1915.) 

Sec. 12. Practitioner Leaving State to Receive Certificate. — Anyone who is a 
legal and competent practitioner of dentistry or dental surgery in the State of Illinois, 
and of good moral character and known to the Board of Dental Examiners of this 
State as such, who desires to change his or her residence to another State or 
Territory, shall, upon application to the Board of Dental Examiners, receive a certi- 
ficate over the signature of the president and secretary of said board, and bearing 
its seal, vi^hich shall attest the facts above mentioned, and giving the date upon 
which he v^^as registered and licensed. (As amended by Act approved June 25, 1915, 
in force July 1, 1915.) 

Sec. 13. Fee for Issuing Certificates Under Sections 11 and 12. — The fee for 
issuing a certificate to a legal practitioner of this State, under Section 12 of this 
Act. shall be five dollars ($5.00), and in each case the fee shall be paid before the 
certificate shall be issued. (As amended bj^ Act approved June 25, 1915, in force 
July 1, 1915.) 

Sec. 14. Certificates of Registration — Renewal of — Notice. — For the purpose of 
correcting and revising the register of legal practitioners of dentistry, as kept by 
the State Board of Dental Examiners, it shall be the duty of each person registered, 
or licensed, by the board to practice dentistry in this State to procure from the 

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secretary of the board, on or before November 1, 1909, and on or before Novenaber 1. 
biennially thereafter, a certificate of registration. Such certificate shall be issued 
by the secretary upon payment of a fee to be fixed by the board, not exceeding the 
sum of one dollar. All certificates so issued sjiall be prima facie evidence of the 
right of the holder to practice dentistry in the State during the time for virhich they 
are issued, and the same shall be exposed to public view in the operating room of 
the holder. Any certfiicate or license heretofore granted, or that may be hereafter 
granted, by the board, shall be canceled if the holder thereof fails to secure the 
renewal certificate herein provided for within a period of six months after November 
1, 1909, and biennially thereafter; Provided, that the license or certificate thus, 
canceled may be restored by the board upon the payment of a fee of twenty dollars 
without further examination of the holder as to his competency and ability to 
practice. It shall be the duty of the secretary of the board to mail to each person 
whose name appears upon the register of said board on or before October 1, 1909,, 
and at the same time biennially thereafter, a printed blank form, to be filled out 
by the holder of such license or certificate, which shall be returned by such holder 
to the secretary of the board, properly filled out, together with the fee established 
by said board for this purpose. The board shall cause a notice to be inserted in 
not less than three newspapers in the city of Chicago, and two newspapers in the 
city of Springfield, informing the dentists of this State that such registration will 
be required. Such notice shall be printed in such newspapers in one of each three 
successive weeks between the first day of October and the first day of November, 
1909, and during the same period biennially thereafter. 

Sec. 15. — Exempt from Service as Jurors. — That all dentist or dental surgeons 
now legal practitioners of dentistry or dental surgery in this State, or those who 
may hereafter become such, shall be exempt from service as jurors in any of the 
courts of this State. 

Sec. 16. Penalty — Fines Paid to Boara. — Any person who shall practice in this 
State without being registered or without a license for that purpose, or violates 
any of the provisions of this Act, shall be subject to prosecution before any court 
of competent jurisdiction upon complaint, information or indictment, and shall, 
upon conviction, be fined for each offense in any sum not less than fifty dollars; 
(?50) nor more than two hundred dollars ($200). All fines imposed and collected 
under this Act shall be paid to the Illinois State Board of Dental Examiners for 
its use. 

Sec. 17. Licenses — How Signed. — All licenses issued by said board shall be- 
signed by all of the members thereof, and be attested by its president and secretary. ■ 

Sec. 18. Association or Company Engaging in Practice to Display Name^ of 
Persons Employed by Company — Penalty For Not Displaying Name — Unlicensed 
Persons. — Any association or company of persons, vs^hether incorporated or not, who 
shall engage in the practice of dentistry under the name of company, association, 
or any other title, shall cause to be displayed and kept in a conspicuous place at 
the entrance of its place of business, the name of each and every person employed 
in said company or association in the practice of dentistry, and any one so em- 
ployed by said company or association whose name shall not be so displayed as 
above provided, and the said association or company, if incorporated, or the persons 
comprising the same, if not incorporated, shall, for the failure to display the afore- 
said names, be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof, each 
shall be punished as provided in this Act. 

Any manager, proprietor, partnership, association or incorporation owning, 
running, operating or controlling any room or rooms, office or dental parlors, where 
dental work is done, provided or contracted for. who shall employ, keep or retain 
any unlicensed person or dentist as an operator; or. 

Who shall fail, within ten days after demand made by the secretary of the 
Illinois State Board of Dental Examiners, in writing: sent by registered mall, 
addressed to any such manager, proprietor, partnership, association or incorpora- 
tion at said room, office or dental parlor, to furnish to said secretary the names 
and addresses of all persons practicing or assisting in the practice of dentistry in 
his place of business or under his control, together with a sworn statement showing 
by what license or authority said persons are practicii g dentistry, shall be guilty 
of a misdemeanor and subject to the penalties provided for in this Act: Provided, 
however, that such sworn statement shall not be used as evidence in any subsequent 
court proceedings. 

Sec. 19. Repeal. — "An Act to insure the better education of practitioners of 
dental surgery, and to regulate the practice of dentiytry in the State of Illinois," 
approved May 30, 1881, and in force July 1, 1881, and "An Act to regulate the practice 
of dental surgery and dentistry in the State of Illinois, and to repeal an Act therein 
named," approved May 18, 1905, and in force July 1, 1905, and other Acts and parts of 
Acts amendatory of either of said Acts, are hereby repealed: Pr<5vided, however, 
that such repeal shall in no wise affect any suit, prosecution, or court proceeding 
lX<naing at the date of the passage of this Act, or the right of the State Board of 
Dental Examiners created under either of said Acts or the board created by this 
Act, to claim or receive any moneys paid in by way if fine or license fee, and the 
board created by this Act shall have the power an' I authority to use any funds 
received by it in discharging any obligation of the b )ard or boards existing under 
the Acts above repealed. 

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LIST OF DEINXISTS 

ARRANGED ALPHABETICALLY BY POSTOFFICES. 

SYMBOLS: 

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The Postofflce address is shown In DISPLAY TYPE, the name of the county in which it is located 
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poHtofrice name, the first number (the key to which will be found on pages 41 to 48) Indicates the 
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ABI.XGTOIV, Knox. 3,464 

Rork Clarence L, 152, 190111 
Simpkins A B, 158, 1897 



ALBION, E^divards. 1231 

Boewe Ernest F, 271, 1905 
Brosman Wm H, 264, 1895 
Wheeler Walter A, 175, 1903 



ALEDO, Mercer. 2,144 

David George L, 239, 1896 
Davis John M, 185, 1899 
Moorhead Wm W, 185. 1891t 

ALTAMONT, Effingham. 1,328 

Lesemann Samuel J, 195, 1898 

ALTON, Madison. 17,528 

Barnett Harry K, 262, 1896, 2503 Col- 
lege av 

Barr Abner C, 265, 1892, 101 W Broad- 
way 

Beatty Harry G, 1908, t§ 641a E Broad- 
way 

Cockrell Robert E, 152, 1902, 123 W 
3d 

Coleman James W, 262. 1915, 123 W 3d 

Dickinson Harry L, 152, 1897, 4 W 
Broadway 

Hopkins Frank C, 262, 1901, 102 W 
3d 

Jeans Myrtle L, 262, 19J1, 10 W 3d 

Kane F M, 262, 1914, 7 Times bldg 

Landon Loren O, 152, 1903, 403 Com- 
mercial bldg 

Lindley Mahlon R, 152. 1897,t§ 202 Al- 
ton Banking and T bldg 

McMillen George A, 262, 1879, t 19 
Laura bldg 

Pfaff Robert A, 267, 1902, t 203 E 
Broadway 

Reid DeLafayette, 262, 1913, 2500 Col- 
lege av 

Rue Alonzo W, 262, 1896.t§ 10 W 3d 

Russell W L, 156, 1896, 14 W 3d 

Stocker A Don, 262, 1898, 303 Commer- 
cial bldg 



AMBOY, t,ee. 

Deming George WH 



1,749 



ANNA, Union. 2,.S0» 

Perrine Thomas N, 262, 1890 

Shafer Charles HH 

Walser Clay R, 195, 1897 



ANNAWAN, Henry. 398 

Johnson Norman E, 152, 1904 



ANTIOCH, Lake. 6S2 

Corbin B J, 158, 1902 

Olcott G RH 

Reading James H, 152, 190211 



APPLE RIVER, Jo Daviess. 581 

Hoover Thomas E, 163, 1907 



ARCOLA, Douglas. 2,100 

Damron G H, 217, 1846 
Hickman Edward H, 152, 1894 



ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, Cook. 1,943 

Gibbs R M, 158, 1896 



ARTHUR, Douglas. 

Bruce O C, 265, 1895 



1,080 



ASHKUM, Iroquois. 416 

Piatt Harvey BH 



ASHLAND, Cass. 1,096 

Beadles R O, 158, 1901 



ASHLEY, Washington. 913 

Walker Harry A, 267, 1896 



ASHTON, Lee. 779 

Basford Harry L, 158, 1912 



ASSUMPTION, Christian. 1.918 

Lacharite Herman C, 152, 1903 
Walker G PH 



ASTORIA, Fulton. 1,357 

Neece W A, 217, 1887 



ATHENS, Menard. 1,340 

VanWormer George S, 271, 1905 



ATKINSON, Henry. 805 

Flath Norman R, 152, 1914 



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R. L. POLK & CO.'S DENTAL. 



ATLANTA, liOgan. 1,367 

CHENOWETH ALFRED W, Register- 
ed Nov 14, 1881; Post-Grad Course U 
S Dental Coll, 1892; Mem Logan Co 
and Illinois State Dental Socs; 
Hours 8 a m to 12 m and 1 to 5 p m 

Pumpelly B If 

Selby Thomas J, 262, 1904 



ATWOOD, Piatt. 659 

Marsh Clark W, 163, 1906 



AUBURN, Sangamon. 

Close Ira E, 158, 1906t 



1,814 



AUBURN PARK, Cook. (See Chicago) 



AUGUSTA, Hancock. 1,146 

Hurdle Clinton E, 186, 1904 

AURORA, Kane. 32,000 

Alden H R, 163, 1916, 415 Traction Ter- 
minal bldg 
Bell Ferdinando T, 239, 1882, 73 Fox 
Brophy Reuben C, 158, 1896, 244 Ga- 
lena blvd 
Currier Charles R, 152, 1892, 73 Fox 
Emigh Byron T,1f 218 Coulter bile 
Guild George R, 152, 1892, 231 Coulter 

block 
Logan Horace G, 152, 1889, t§ 227 Mer- 
cantile blk 
Maginnis Francis N, 152, 1896, 31 S 

Broadway 
Matthews Henry, 152, 1912, 18 S 

Broadway 
Moore John C Y, 152, 1901, 408 Trac- 
tion Terminal bldg 
Moorman Henry D, 195, 1901, 415 Trac- 
tion Terminal bldg 
Morris Ivor H, 158, 1913, 31 S Broad- 
way 
Noonan Patrick J,* 5 S Broadway 
Pearson James H, 152, 1897, 18 S 

Broadway 
Ruddick Wm B, 152, 1909, 8 S Broad- 
way 
Sill Edward J.U 7 S Broadway 
Smith Charles CU 106 Coulter blk 
Smith Harry A,1[ 40 Frazier bldg 
Thomas Clarence C, 158, 1898, 27 S 

River 
Thompson Charles B,* 502 Traction 

Terminal bldg 
Thompson George P, 158, 1904, 502 

Traction Terminal bldg 
Turner John G, 152, 1904, 10 S River 
Van Buskirk Earl J, 152, 1904, 22 Fra- 
zier bldg 
Wilson George W, 152, 1897, 79 Fox 



AUSTIN, Cook. (See Chicago) 



AVA, Jackson. 780 

Hope O P, 341, 1891 



AVON, Fnlton. 865 

Gordon John SU 



BARRINGTON, Cook. 1,444 

Furby J Howard, 158, 1906t 

Olcott E WH 

Williams John D, 158, 1912 



BARRY, Pike. 1,647 

McKinney George B, 158, 1897 
Spann Lyndon P, 122, 1904 
Varney F GH 



BATAVIA, Kane. 4,436 

Cigrand Bernard J, 153, 1888 
Downs Frank E, 154, 1894 
Kerfoot George O, 152, 1894t 



BATCHTOWN, Calhoun. 

Henry Leonard Q, 262, 1900 



30« 



BEARDSTOWN, Cass. 

Cobb J B1I 

Henning J A, 300, 1888 

Pence Wm D, 271, 1907 



6,107 



BEECHER, Will 

Hudson King C, 158, 1915 



BELLEVILiLiE, St. Clair. 21,122 

Bischof Julius L, 262, 1906, Commer- 
cial bldg 

CON ROY JOHN K, D D S, Marion- 
Sims Coll of Med, Dental Dept, St 
Louis, Mo, 1900; Mem 111 State Board 
of Dental Examrs; Ex-Pres St Clair 
District Illinois State Dental Soc; 
Ex-Pres Southern 111 Dental Soc; 
Ex-V-Pres 111 State and Hon Mem 
Mo State Dental Socs; Office Hours 
8:30 to 12 a m, 1:30 to 5:30 p m; 
Tels Kinloch 251, Bell 804; Room 22 
First Natl Bank Bldg 

Halstead Alexander S, 262, 1886, 1st 
Natl Bank bldg 

Hough Charles R, 262, 1908, 19 S 
High 

Jacobs O E, 265, 1892, 1111 W Main 

Leunig Irvin A, 262, 1911, 16a E Main 

Mace Marcus A, 262, 1890, lOO^^ E 
Main 

Merck Herman F, 262, 1906, 300a E 
Main 

Neuhoff Florian A, 262, 1905, 1st Natl 
Bank bldg 



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Schaer Carl, 262, 1898, 21a E Main 
Smith Julian D, 262, 1904. 23 E Main 
Tiemann Leon W, 271, 1905, 15 E Main 
Wickey J Russell, 158, 1900, 21 E Main 
Woelk Edward A jr, 262, 1895, t 9 N 

Jackson 
Woelk Robert D, 262, 1896, 4 N 

Church 



BELLEFLOAVER, McLean. 

Wheeler George W, 163, 1907 



294 



BELVIDERE, Boone. 7,253 

Angle Fred C, 152, 1899 
Berry Walter H, 163, 1905 
Fox Charles S, 185, 1897§ 
Granger John C, 163, 1902 
McMaster Wm D, 158, 1902 
Hunger Lucius W, 152, 1905 
Sowles Chester W, 152, 1902 
Weld Frank A, 152, 1896t 



BEMEIVT, Piatt. 1,530 

Bauer John G, 152, 1900 
Pelton Lewis A, 158, 1906 



BENTON, Franklin. 2,675 

Brand L W, 341, 1897 
Dudley Scott E, 271, 1915 
Woodward Dempsey T, 341, 1897 



BERAVYN, Cook. 5,841 

DeGroff Paul B, 158, 1903 
Marquis Robert L, 163, 1906 



BETHANY, Moultrie. 

Wait Mark L, 155, 1901 



BLANDINSVILIiE, McDonough. 987 

Haines J C, 341, 1894 
Taylor Barrel W, 186, 1903 



BLOOMINGTON, McLean. 25,768 

Anshutz Louis L, 303, 1902, 402% N 
Main 

Beesley James G, 158, 1896, 615 Gries- 
heim bldg 

Brown Harry C, 300, 1900, 412 Unity 
bldg 

Catterlin Merle W, 175, 1914 

Freeman Louis G, 158, 1912, 3 Wool- 
worth bldg 

Geiger Paul H, 152, 1902, 516 Gries- 
heim bldg 

Henline Buell, 158, 1901, 609 Gries- 
heim bldg 

Jerrett Ora J, 158, 1901, 609 Griesheim 
bldg 



Jerrett Ora J, 158, 1901, 706 Peoples 
Bank bldg 

Kasbeer John W, 239, 1893, 706 Peo- 
ples Bank bldg 

Land W H, 152. 1900, 608 Livingston 
bldg 

Lockett Leonard B, 320, 1897, 220 N 
Center 

McDermand Charles A, 152, 1891, 314 
Griesheim bldg 

McGuire Austin C, 152, 1903, 201 Peo- 
ples Bank bldg 

Moore George T.H 207 Griesheim bldg 

Moore John A, 239, 1892, 100 Evans 
bldg 

Powers Samuel B, 158, 1905, 414 
Griesheim bldg 

Reece John S, 158, 1901, 404 Corn Belt 
Bank bldg 

Ritchie Walter, 324, 1907, 605 Gries- 
heim bldg 

Rodenhauser Henry C, 158, 1899, 407 
Griesheim bldg 

Shaffer Augustus D, 152, 1905, 403 
Peoples Bank bldg 

Sitherwood George D (M D),tft 118i/^ 
W Washington 

Smith Thomas H jr,t[ 504 First Natl 
Bank bldg 

Sprague Thomas H, 163, 1903 

Stannard Joseph B, 320, 1897, 201 
Livingston bldg 

Stevens Bert L, 158, 1900, 220 N Cen- 
ter 

Strange Algy F, 269, 1901, 306 Living- 
ston bldg 

VanDervoort Burton M, 322, 1899, 406 
Peoples Bank bldg 

Wollrab Clarence A, 152, 1910, 504 
Peoples Bank bldg 



BLUE ISLAND, Cook. 8,043 

Eiles F Stanley, 152, 1889 

MONTAG C F, Penna Coll of Dental 
Surg, Phila, Pa, 1893; Mem 111 State 
and Chicago Dental Socs; 284 West- 
ern av 

MONTAGUE THEODORE H, D D S, 
Northwestern Univ Dental School, 
Chicago, 111, 1898; Mem 111 State 
and Chicago Dental Socs; 284 West- 
ern av 

SIGTENHORST WM, D D S, Chicago 
Coll of Dental Surgery (Dental Dept 
Valparaiso Univ), Chicago, 111, 1913; 
Tel 226; 312 Western av 



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R. L. POLK & CO.'S DENTAL 



BLUE MOUND, Macon. 900 

Illyes Edgar O* 



BLUFFS, Scott. 766 

Reese George W, 152, 1900 



BOWFN, Hancock. 606 

Farwell Harry R, 158, 1910 



BRADFORD, Stark. 

Sharp R Wjl 



770 



BRAIDWOOD, Will. 1,858 

Greene Ralph Rlj 

Howat Aleck D, 158, 1901 



BRIDGEPORT, Lawrence. 2,703 

Wiswall Willard J, 158, 1904 



BROADLANDS, Chamiiaign. 480 

Corless C J* 



BROUGHTON, Kamlltou. 

Riste Thomas J, 155, 1892 



BUDA, Bureau. 887 

Manton James M. 152, 1899 



BUNKER HILL, Macoupin. 

VanHorn Mark D, 265, 1892 



470 



1,046 



BUSHNELL, McDonough. 2,619 

Cleveland Charles L, 265, 1898 
Herring Emory D, 152, 1910 
James Joseph, 152, 190111 
Rink Isaac C, 217, 1895 
Thomas Claude RH 



BYRON, Ogle. 

Smith George EH 



CAIRO, Alexander. 14,548 

Realty Webster B, 131, 1904 

Cox Nick W, 158, 1907 

Harrell Frances MH 

Harris B AH 

Moreland Howard A, 271, 1907 

Morrison Thomas D, 321, 1892 

Morrow Edwin D, 262, 1898, 234 8th 



CAMBRIDGE, Henry. 

Eaton Oscar W, 152, 1903 
McMullen M C* 



CAMP POINT, Adams. 

Bates Orville L, 152, 1899 
Herndon Pleasant M jrjl 



1,272 



1,148 



CANTON, Fulton. 10,453 

Blocher Edgar T, 320, 1903 
Bradley James E, 354, 1897 
Geiger Emil D, 158, 1902 
McCumber Clyde I, 158, 1904 
Manahan Liicien A, 271, 1907 
Smith Thomas T, 152, 19011 
Wedge Charles A, 152, 1892 



CARBONDALE, Jackson. 5,411 

Entsminger Gilbert W, 152, 1886t 
Purdy Arthur G, 262, 1891 



CARLINVILLE, Macoupin. 3,616 

Alexander Wm A, 175, 18881 
Barcus James M, 322, 1883t 
Cameron Monteath D, 216, 1904 



CARLYLE, Clinton. 1,982 

Dean Charles W, 195, 1896 
Deitrich John, 195, 1901 



CARMI, White. 2,833 

Boyer D H, 120, 1897 
Meade Clarence M, 300, 18951 
Meade Mary B McKee, 271, 1907 
Rudolph A Stanleyll 



CARRIERS MILLS, Saline. 

Ross Albert T, 158, 1907 



1,558 



CARROLLTON, Greene. 3,323 

Hoag Arthur B, 158, 1904 
Vedder Neil D, 239, 1901t 
Wilson Orville W, 154, 189511 



CARTERVILLE, ^Williamson. 2,971 

Alloway Murray Calvert, 262. 1904 
Washburn Frank H, 271, 1914 



CARTHAGE, Hancock. 

Fleming D K G* 
Goodrich John F, 154, 1893 
Robbins Edward MU 
Runyon R S, 186, 1906 
Tull Royden E, 186, 1905t§ 



2,373 



CASEY, Clark. 2,157 

Ferguson H M, 152, 1899 
Lamb W TH 



CENTRALIA, Marion. 9,680 

Baldwin Geo W, 262, 1905 
Cunningham Carl, 262, 190511 
Dixon David D, 195, 1899 
Driscoll Michael J, 195, 1904 
Heyduck J C, 158, 1915 
Roemer Frederick R, 267, 1900 
Shupert Fred M, 300, 1914 



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CERRO GORDO, Piatt. 876 

Boyer Wm T, 152, 1903 



CHADAVICK, Carroll. 527 

Brand A A, 341, 1897 



CHAiMPAIGN, Chamiiaigrn. 12,421 

Alexander Charles* 
Boone Harry W, 175, 1901 
Boudreau George C, 152, 1906 
Brown J Addison, 160, 1899 
Ebert Frederick E, 163, 1908 
Horr Dale L, 152, 1912 
Howard Charles P, 320, 1888 
Karcher Wm H, 163, 1903 
Lennington J T, 152, 1890 
Leathers Thomas H, 195, 1899 
MacLaughlan John M, 322, 1890 
Romine Stephen AH 
Shurtz Warren A, 300, 1904 
Smith Baron A, 304, 1902 
Stevens Elliott G, 158, 1915 
Summers Dean W, 320, 1914 
Wise Lloyd H, 158, 1913 



CHAJVDLERVILLE, Cass. 

Olson Carl O, 152, 1915 



9S4 



CHARLESTON, Coles. 5,884 
Barnfield W H, 175, 1906 
Byers J WH 
Fulton T A, 269, 1904 
Stoddert Thomas E, 152, 1897 
Tym Wm B, 163, 1906 



CHATSAVORTH, Livingston. 

Bell Wm T, 152, 1896 
Whitmore S J, 176, 1902 



1,113 



CHENOA, McLean. 1,314 

Gallenhugh John M, 155, 1892 
KNAPP LEROY A, D D S, Northwest- 
ern Univ Dental School, Chicago, 
111, 1903; Mem Illinois State and 
McLean Co Dental Socs; Mem Mo- 
hammed Temple A A O N M S, Peo- 
ria, 111 ; Passed- Examination in Min- 
neapolis, Minn, 1905 and Registered 
in Minnesota; Hours 8 a m to 12 m 
and 1 to 5 p m 



CHESTER, Randolph. 2,747 

Morrison D F, 217, 1904 
Morrison Joseph S, 262, 1894t 
Torrence L Burett 341, 1890t 



CHICAGO, Cook. 2,185,283 

Aberman Samuel, H 1059 N Western av 

Abrahamson Solomon, 152, 1908, 3612 
W 12th 

Abstein Charles E, 162, 1904, 2809 
Clark 

Ackerman Charles, 158, 1901, 3515 
Archer av 

Adams David W, 152, 1902, 619 S 
Crawford av 

Adams James M,1I 2323 E 73d 

Adams Lysle E, 163, 1903, 136 W Lake 

Addleman Helen Fox, 321, 1899, 4553 
Calumet av 

Adelson Abraham B, 158, 1911, 2700 W 
Division 

Agranat Aaron J, 152, 1914, 1411 Mil- 
waukee av 

Alston Robert T, 158, 1898, 29 E Madi- 
son 

Akan Martin J, 354, 1901, 1209 Diver- 
sey pkway 

Akers Polk E, 152, 1910, 6258 Cham- 
plain av 

Akeson Axel W, 158, 1912, 5134 -N 
Clark 

Albright Walter H, 158, 1899, 32 N 
State 

Alcorn Clare A,1[ 25 B Washington 

Alderson Thomas E, 158, 1900, 610 
Blue Island av 

Alenzo Guerney E, 158, 1915, 25 E 
Washington 

Alexander Howard.H 6253 Ellis av 

Algeo Herbert E, 158. 1897, 25 E Wash- 
ington 

Allen A Brom, 154, 1892, 59 E Madi- 
son 

Allen Charles E, 152, 1906, 2800 W 
Madison 

Allen Seymour E, 304, 1901, 3464 S 
Halsted 

Allshouse Clarence E, 152, 1892, 1124 
Wilson av 

Aim Gustav T, 158, 1906, 10901 S Mich- 
igan av 

Ames Albert B, 152, 1905, 2958 W Mad- 
ison 

Ames Charles M, 152, 1914, 4106 Mont- 
rose av 

Ames W V, 300, 1880, 209 S State 

Andersen Malcolm K, 158, 1915, 5224 
W Chicago av 

Anderson Arthur J, 156, 1898, 22 E 
Washington 

Anderson Emil A, 152, 1909, 25 S Wash- 
ington 



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CHICAGO — Cont'd 
Anderson Reuben A, 158, 1916, 812 W 
59th 

Andrews Charles F.U 25 E Washington 

Andrews Wm H, 163, 1910, 57 Jackson 
blvd e 

Angelmire Raymond L, 152, 1911, 5626 
Broadway 

Apamadoc Maurice P, 158, 1895, 4256 
Grand blvd 

Appel Wm C, 162, 1905, 4006 Lincoln 
avenue 

Applegate Edward W, 163, 1903, 2722 
W North av 

Ardner Andrew J, 1900, 1403 Masonic 
Temple 

Aren Michael L, 154, 1895, 739 W 12th 

Armbruster Karl, 158, 1913, 3600 Irv- 
ing Park blvd 

Arnold Lucien H, 158, 1894, 3154 In- 
diana av 

Arnold Squire A, 152, 1898, 1208 E 63d 

Aron RoseJ 3225 W 12th 

Aronson Bernard, 152, 1903, 1424 S Hal- 
sted 

Arthurs Robert S, 152, 1904, 15 E 
Washington 

Ashley Edward H, 158, 1906, 1060 Wil- 
son av 

Atchison James A, 152, 1897, 3179 
Broadway 

Atkinson Florence R, 154, 1895, 159 N 
State 

Aubrey Frank C, 152, 1902, 522 S Ked- 
zie av 

Austin Alfred E D, 152, 1897, 7 W Mad- 
ison 

Austin Charles E, 152, 1897, 7 W Mad- 
ison 

Austin Charles E, 152, 1890, 1344 E 63d 

Autenrieth Bernard B, 163, 1905, 3166 
Lincoln av 

Babbitt Geo M,!I 1022 Argyle 
Bachraann Albert J A, 158, 1904, 6900 
Vernon av 

Bacon DeWitt C. 152, 1887, 31 N State 
Bacon L Ashley, 158, 1903, 5 N Wa- 
bash av 

Badgley Louis E, 158, 1898, 29 E Madi- 
son 

Baewsky Abraham J, 163, 1911, 1758 W 

12th 
Baier John G.H 25 B Washington 
Baike E lay.U 1215 Masonic Temple 
Bailey Erie R, 163, 1905, 133 E 47th 
Bailey Geo W, 158, 1912, 5058 S Hal- 

sted 



Bailey Robert J, 158, 1915, 4300 W 
Madison 

Bake Louis E, 163, 1902, 25 E Washing- 
ton 

Baker Grace, 163, 1902, 25 E Washing- 
ton 

Baker Grace, 163, 1905, 755 W North 
avenue 

Baker Harry C, 320, 1899, 25 E Wash- 
ington 

Ballard James H,1I 4001 W 12th 

Balluf Wm H, 152, 1891, 1810 Wilson 

Bane Raymond W, 158, 1903, 25 E 
Washington 

Bank Moses U,t[ 2501 W Division 

Banta Omer H, 156, 1898, 1511 Fuller- 
ton av 

Banzet George T, 154, 1893, 25 E 
Washington 

Barber Carver W, 321, 1882, 1201 N 
Clark 

BARBER EDWARD S, D D S, Northi- 
western Univ Dental School, Chi- 
cago, 111, 1903; Specialist in Analge- 
sia; 602 Tower Bldg, 6 N Michigan 
Blvd 

Barber Henry E, 158, 1902, 5 S Wa- 
bash av 

Barclay James A, 152, 1908, 4653 
Grand blvd 

Barker John P, 158, 1902, 1553 AV Madi- 
son 

Barmack Chas, 158, 1915, 3819 W 12th 

Barmack David, 158, 1915, 1313 St 
Louis av 

Barnes Charles T,11 140 N State 

Barnett Harry, 152, 1907, 1620 W 12th 

Barnhart Fred P, 151, 1872, 3904 In- 
diana av 

Barnsback Chalmer T, 158, 1908, 4301 
Ellis av 

Barr James A, 341, 1882, 837 E 75th 

Barrett John F,1f 25 E Washington 

Barrow Edward B, 160, 1899, 21 E Van 
Buren 

Bartfleld Benjamin H, 158, 1915, 1121 
N State 

Bartholomew Arthur E, 152, 1899, 7 W 
Madison 

Bartsch Frederick G, 158, 1904, 25 E 
Washington 

Bascombe Clifford H, 158, 1902, 5 S 
Wabash av 

Baskerville Benjamin J, 156, 1898, 2209 
W 22d 

Bassett Frank B, 152, 1898, 31 N State 

Bassford Adelbert M, 135, 1905, 11032 
Esmond 



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Crown Scissors and Plate Shears 

Contouring Pliers 

Rubber Dam Forceps and Punches 

Copper- Backed Mirrors 

Perry and College Pliers 

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Engine Belts for Every Engine 
Peerless Crown Bridge Inlay Cement 
Fountain Cuspidors 
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CHICAGO — Cont'd 

Bates Carl D, 152, 1897, 301 S Halsted 

Baumgarth Henry, 158, 1902, 2329 N 
Halsted 

Baumgartner Walter J, 158, 1906, 6859 
S Halsted 

Baumrucker Otto, 152, 1899, 3856 W 
26tli 

Baumstein Michael, 163, 1915, 2400 W 
Division 

Baur Adelbert C, 152, 1898, 3117 Logan 
blvd 

Baur Armin P, 158, 1907, 7622 Rogers 

Bauth Carl O, 152, 1894, 140 N State 

Bay George P jr, 158, 1904, 6400 Went- 
worth av 

BAYLESS DUDLEY DEAN, D D S, 
Northwestern Univ Dental School, 
Chicago, 111, 1903; Mem National 
Dental Assn, 111 State and Chicago 
Dental Socs; Practice Limited to 
Exodontia; Hours 9 a m to 12 m, 1 
to 4:30 p m; Tel Central 3844; 1135 
Marshall Field Annex Bldg, 34 N 
Wabash av 

Bean Arthur M, 152, 1910, 1524 Jarvis 

Beardslee John W, 153, 1905, 5751 W 
Chicago av 

Beatie Edward L, 262, 1891, ![ 122 S 
Michigan av 

Becker George H, 152, 1888, 747 Ful- 
lerton av 

Becker Ralph W,1I 456 W 63d 

Becker Sebastian, 158, 1903, 11112 S 
Michigan av 

Beckett John M, 158, 1904, 1400 Ful- 
lerton av 

Beecher Samuel E, 217, 1891, 901 N 
State 

Beerman Ernest A, 158, 1910, 3036 Irv- 
ing Park blvd 

Behm John W, 158, 1902, 4815 N Robey 
Behm Louis J, 158, 1901, 4517 N Robey 
Beidler Wm A, 158, 1897, 1658 W 21st 
Belanyi Albert E, 152, 1916, 3964 W 

Grand av 
Belding Clarence R, 152, 1914, 1515 W 

Monroe 
Belkofer Joseph A, 152, 1887, 1559 N 

Robey 
Benjamin Harlay G, 152, 1912, 2847 

Shakespeare av 
Bennecke Edgar R, 152, 1897, 1550 N 

Robey 
Bennett George L,1I 2359 W Madison 
Bennington Edwin K, 158, 1894, 3918 

Cottage Grove av 



Benson John T,^ 786 Milwaukee av 
Bentley Charles E, 152, 1887, 25 E 

Washington 
Berg Emma.H 2297 Milwaukee av 
Bergbom George,* 5134 N Clark 
Bergh Charles J, 250, 1908, 6 N Michi- 
gan av 
Bergman Arthur G, 158, 1907, 953 Bel- 
mont av 
Bergum Oscar T, 158, 1909, 30 N Michi- 
gan av 
Berkenstadt Abraham B, 152, 1914, 

2706 W Division 
Berlin Benjamin I, 163, 1910, 1160 Tay- 
lor 
Bernard Prank J, 163, 1908, 1954 Mil- 
waukee av 
Berndt George W,11 2028 S Halsted 
Bernhard Axel, 158, 1909, 5132 N Clark 
Bernhardt John, 152, 1905, 3101 Went- 

worth av 
Bernstein Nathan M, 160, 1916, 3034 

Montrose av 
Berry Herbert T, 153, 1896, 6358 S Hal- 
sted 
Bertram Carl L, 158, 1909, 800 N Clark 
Betty P Arlington, 152, 1902, 340 N 

Central av 
Beyer Louis A, 154, 1894, 6557 Cottage 

Grove av 
Bileck Joseph B, 1902, 2642 S Ridge- 
way av 
Bills George H.H Windsor Clifton Hotel 
Binford Edgar P, 300, 1881, 60 E Chi- 
cago av 
Bing Jacob J, 153, 1897, 309 E 47th 
Birkland James W, 158, 1896, 81 E 

Madison 
Bisewski Frank E, 158, 1895, 2434 W 

North av 
Bishopp John A, 158, 1901, 453 W 63d 
Bissett Frederick A, 160, 1900, 3900 

Cottage Grove av 
BLACK ARTHUR D, A M, M D, D D S, 
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Chicago, 111, 1900; M D, North- 
western Univ Med School, Chicago, 
111, 1901; A M, Northwestern Univ, 
1912; Mem Am Med Assn, Illinois 
State and Chicago Med Socs, Phy- 
sicians' Club of Chicago, Natl Den- 
tal Assn, Illinois State Dental and 
Chicago Dental Socs; Hours 9-10 a 
m and 4-5 p m; Telephones Harrison 
2627 and 2628; 122 S Michigan av 
Black James C, 163, 1902, 459 W 79th 
Black John C, 186, 1902, 4700 Kenwood 



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Black Robert E, 262, 1899, 804 E 63d 
Blackburn Claude W, 154, 1894, 6250 

S Halsted 
Blackwell James D,1f 25 E Washington 
Blackwell Robert E.H 31 W Lake 
Blair Maurice I, 163, 1916, 441 Fuller- 
ton pkway 
Blake Robert J, 110, 1899, 5453 S Hal- 
sted 
Blase Anthony, 152, 1916, 159 N State 
Blaylock George F, 158, 1909, 5061 N 

Clark 
Bliler Harry B, 153, 1889, 4703 Indiana 
Bliss Gertrude R, 158, 1902, 5223 Har- 
per av 
Bliss Louis L, 158, 1903, 209 S State 
Block Deborah B, 285, 1907, 1256 N 

Western av 
Block Martin, 152, 1915, 5750 Prairie 
Bloese Rudolph H, 158, 1897, 140 N 

State 
Blomenthal Jacob, 152, 1898, 32 N State 
Blonn Louis, 158, 1899, 15 E Washing- 
ton 
Blount J H, 158, 1916, 210 E Ontario 
Bluim Arthur W, 158, 1913, 4703 Lin- 
coln av 
) Blum N Wm, 163, 1914, 1100 Milwaukee 



Boehmer Albert O, 152, 1896, 1223 Mil- 
waukee av 

Bohan John CH 3117 W Madison 

Bohman Otto F, 158, 1901, 1515 Wave- 
land av 

BOHR JOHN, DOS, Chicago Coll of 
Dental Surgery, Chicago, 111, 1899; 
Mem Chicago Dental Soc and Na- 
tional Dental Assn; Hours 9 a m to 
5 pm; Tel Central 6816; 29 E Madi- 
son 

Bollenbach George W, 158,' 1902, 5 E 
Garfield blvd 

Bolton Richard M, 158, 1907, 1002 
Wilson av 

Roman Anton L,1I 5201 Broadway 

Bomer Frank F,1I 152, 1908, 108 N 
State 

Bomer George H, 152, 1899, 104 S 
Michigan av 

Bond Howard T, 158, 1899, 1210 N 
Clark 

Bondy Raymond M, 152, 1908, 6413 
Harper av 

Booth Frank W, 154, 1895, 1124 Wil- 
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CHICAGO — Cont'd 

Borovik Boris M, 158, 1900, 2539 N 
Kedzie blvd 

Bostelmann Christopher A, 158, 1899, 
1548 Belmont av 

Bostelmann Rudolph, 158, 1897, 2059 
W 21st 

BOSWORTH H J, D D S, Northwest- 
ern Univ School of Dentistry, Chi- 
cago, 111, 1892; 6 N Michigan Blvd 

BOSWORTH ROBERT R, D D S, 
Northwestern College of Dental 
Surg, Chicago, 111, 1898; Visiting 
Anaesthetist Chicago Hosp; Mem 
National, 111 State and Chicago Den- 
tal Socs; Practice Limited to Radio- 
graphy, Extraction of Teeth and Ad- 
ministration of Nitrous Oxide Gas 
and Oxygen for Surgical Operations, 
1415 Marshall Field Annex Bldg 

Boughton Charles H, 152, 1891, 5101 
N Clark 

Bourn C Arthur, 158, 1898, 220 S State 

Bowden George L,T[ 201 E 37th 

Bowe John H, 158, 1905, 25 E Wash- 
ington 

Bower DeVoiney, 175, 1894, 122 S Mich- 
igan av 

Bowie Burt D, 152, 1914, 5600 W Chica- 
go av 

Bowie Wm L, 152, 1914, 438 N Kedzie 
avenue 

Boyad George T, 152, 1911, 803 W 
Madison 

Boyce Thomas J, 158, 1898, 1107 E 43d 

Boyd Earl D, 152, 1900, 3018 E 92d 

Boyesen A Trygve, 152, 1896, 3206 W 
North av 

Boynton Allen R, 152, 1911, 5241 Cul- 
lom av 

Bradbury John, 154, 1895, 5860 S State 

Braden Thomas R, 239, 1900, 624 W 
119th 

Bradford Wm L, 160, 1899, 306 E 43d 

Brady Charles T, 158, 1912, 25 E Wash- 
ington 

Brady George C, 163, 1904, 3159 W 
Harrison 

Brady Stephen A, 152, 1899, 6051 S 
Halsted 

Braham James W,1[ 2958 W VanBuren 

Brain Alice Hartt, 158, 1908, 6434 
Woodlawn av 

Bramwell Charles H, 152, 1910, 25 E 
Washington 

Brand Robert,!! 1041 E 42d pi 
Branger Wm P, 153, 1888, 1601 W 
Noi th av 



Braxton Fred J, 158, 1912, 3255 S 

State 
Breaks Ernest- E, 152, 1909, 5457 S 

Ashland av 
Breckenridge Charles J, 158, 1897, 4039 

N Harding av 

Bremmer Maurice D K, 158, 1908 1210 
N Clark 

Bressler Arthur M, 158, 1907, 5505 Uni- 
versity av 

Brevig Colburn H H, 152, 1914, 3329 
Pullerton av 

Brevig Harold R H, 152, 1910, 3329 
Fullerton av 

Bridges Josiah,* 7 W Madison 

Bridgman George H, 158, 1897, 4 
Studio bldg 

Broadbent Thomas A, 152, 1887, 25 E 
Washington 

Briskman Nathan, 321, 1902, 3216 W 

12th 
Broadway Charles H, 152, 1897, 4235 

W 25th 

Brogmus Ernest J P, 163, 1915, 854 N 
Mozart 

Bromund Richard M, 152, 1905, 245 

W North av 
Bronstein Benjamn J, 163, 1906, 3529. 

W 12th 

Brooks King E, 152, 1898, 542 S Dear- 
born 

BROPHY TRUMAN W, M D, D D S, 
LL D, Sc D, F A S, Rush Med Coll, 
Chicago, 111 1880; Penna Coll Dental 
Surgery, Phila, Pa, 1872; Dean Chi- 
cago Coll of Dental Surgery, and 
Prof of Oral Surgery at same; Con- 
sulting Oral Surg Presbyterian 
Hosp; Mem Surgical Staff Michael 
Reese and St Joseph's Hosps; Pres 
International Dental Federation; 
Mem Am and Natl Dental Assns and 
Illinois State Dental Soc, etc; 
Hours by appointment; 81 E Madi- 
son, cor Michigan av 
Brosnihan Fred H, 158, 1904, 25 E 

Washington 
Brown Daniel N,!! 300 Lincoln av ' 

Brown Edward G, 152, 1903, 204 W 63d ' 
Brown E Fred, 152, 1895, 159 N State 
Brown Fidelio F, 154, 1892, 1101 Ma- j 
sonic Temple | 

Brown George E, 158, 1900, 2615 Shef- j 
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BROWN GEORGE JUDSON, D D S, 

American Coll of Dental Surgery, 
Chicago, 111, 1893; Mem Chicago 
Dental Soc and Am Med Assn; Med 
Examr M W A and I O O F; Propr 
Mutual Dental Supply Co; Hours 9 a 
m to 5 p m; Tel Kedzie 2990; 3354 
W Madison 
Brown Hillis T, 158, 1905, 6057 Calu- 
met av 
Brown James S, 158, 1902, 10 N Clark 
Brown James V, 158, 1897, 1161 W 

"Van Buren 
Brown Leander R, 158, 1894, 4022 Ir- 
ving Park blvd 
Brown Nickell P, 152, 1900, 203 N Ked- 
zie av 
Brown Thomas W, 158, 1905, 145 N 

Clark 
Brown Wm C, 158, 1892, 5611 South 

blvd 
Browne Alexander C, 163, 1910, 3613 

S State 
Browne Hanford, 160, 1899, 1105 E 47th 
Browning Henry 0,1I 456 W 63d 
Brownlee Wm J,1f 4700 Kenwood av 
Brundage Stephen W, 152, 1896, 2308 

W 12th 
Bryant Lester F,t[, 77 E Washington 
Buchheit Albert J, 152, 1899, 108 N 

State 
Buchner Elkanah M.H 3637 Fullerton 
Buck Robert H, 152, 1903, 4136 Cot- 
tage Grove av 
Buckley George S, 152, 1910, 2863 Ful- 
lerton av 
BUCKLEY JOHN P, Ph G, D- D S, Chi- 
cago Coll of Dental Surgery (Dental 
Dept Valparaiso Univ) Chicago, 
III, 1898; Prof and Head of Dept- 
of Materia Medica and Thera- 
peutics in Same; 39 S State 
Buckley Michael J, 2100 S Crawford 
Buerstetta Frank A, 158, 1913, 6 N 

Michigan av 
Bunch Albert,!! 5624 W Chicago av 
Burgess George F, 152, 1904, 3954 Sher- 
idan rd 
3urgess Henry W, 152, 1906, 2056 W 

Jackson blvd 
Burke Edwin, 155, 1891, 1203 E 63d 
Burke Samuel T, 154, 1899, 25 E Wash- 
ington 
Burke Wesley P, 158, 1909, 339 S State 
Burkhardt Frederick H, 152, 1894, 108 
' N State 

Burkhardt Wm G, 152, 1896, 25 E 
Washington 



Burnett Frank E, 158, 1898, 24 N Wa- 
bash av 

Burnett Ira Aylesworth, 158, 1903, 8 
N State 

Burns Robert S, 152, 1914, 2756 Diver- 
sey av 

Burrill James A, 239, 1905, 25 E Wash- 
ington 

Burroughs L Leland, 152, 1903, 1958 
Humboldt blvd 

Burton Hyman, 152, 1915, 2000 W 12th 

Bushnell Archie D, 158, 1897, 3578 Ar- 
mitage av 

Bushnell Charles W, 158, 1902, 1036 
N California av 

Bushspies Frederick P, 154, 1895, 25 
E Washington 

Butler G Goldthorp, 158, 1913, 4557 
Broadway 

Butler T E, 355, 1904, 4746 Calumet av 

Butt Joseph, 152, 1916, 1060 Wilson av 

Buttery Horace C,1f 1200 Thorndale av 

Butts Eugene R, 152, 1905, 7118 S Chi-' 
cago av 

Cadmus John H,1I 25 E Washington 

Cadwallader Harry, 163, 1903, 1158 W 
59th 

Cadwell Clyde, 158, 1901, 30 N Michi- 
gan 

Cahill Carl M, 152, 1902, 1553 W Mad- 
ison 

Calvert Alvah W, 158, 1903, 5205 N 
Clark 

Cameron Dan U, 322, 1897, 25 E Elm 

Campbell Albert W,1I 5801 W Chicago 
av 

Campbell Edwin J, 152, 1900, 350 W 
69th 

Campbell Francis E, 158, 1916, 350 W 
69th 

Campbell Wm O, 152, 1911, 1555 W 
Division 

Cann Wm A, 152, 1898, 25 E Wash- 
ington 

Cannon Joseph G, 158, 1904, 1145 Blue 
Island av 

Cannon Ralph M, 158, 1900, 39 S State 

Cannon Thomas M, 152, 1905, 723 S 
Crawford av 

Cardwell Louis P, 156, 1896, 444 W 
Division 

Cardy Charles A, 158, 1906, 947 New- 
port av 

Carlene Mrs Helfrid, 158, 1903, 954 Ad- 
dison 

Carlisle Thomas T, 158, 1912, 3603 
State 



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CHICAGO — Cont'd 

Carlson Wm I, 152, 1914, 25 E Wash- 
ington 

Carlton Byron OJ 25 E Washington 

Carlton Robert E, 158, 1904, 2955 Mil- 

. waukee av 

Carpenter Elliott R, 320, 1891, 57 E 
Jackson blvd 

Carroll Jean L Miller, 158, 1904, 1359 
E 63d 

Carruthers James J,1I 3153 Lawrence 

CARTER FRANCIS A, D D S, Ameri- 
can Coll of Dental Surgery, Chicago, 
111, 1888;gPres and Treas Carter Den- 
tal Co; 8§^ S State 

CASE CALVIN S, D D S, M D, Ohio 
Coll of Dental Surgery, Cincinnati, 
O, 1871; Univ of Mich Med Dept, 
Ann Arbor, Mich, 1884; Prof of 
Orthodontia and Prof of Mechanical 
Correction of Cleft Palate in Chicago 
Coll of Dental Surgery; author of 
"The Development of Facial Con- 
tours" and "Technics and Principles 
of Dental Orthopedia;" Hon Mem 
Odontological Soc of N Y City, and 
1st Dist Dental Soc of N Y City; 
Mem International Medical, Interna- 
tional Dental, National Dental, Illi- 
nois State Dental and Chicago Den- 
tal Socs; Practice Limited to Facial 
and Oral Deformities Due to Irreg- 
ularities of the Teeth and to Cleft 
of the Palate; Office 1118-1120 Stew- 
art Bldg, 108 State 

Case Charles M, 153, 1906, 737 Sheri- 
dan rd 

Cass Clarence H, 163, 1914, 6700 Stony 
Island av 

Cassidy Felix B, 158, 1897, 4259 W 
Madison 

Cassidy Thomas J, 152, 1906, 1752 W 
Madison 

Cassill Moses A, 158, 1907, 953 Bel- 
mont av 
Cassill Owen E, 158, 1905, 302 E 51st 
Cathcart James A, 217, 1905, 9016 Cot- 
tage Grove av 
Chackoian M H,1I 630 N Clark 
Chadwick Claude C, 158, 1905, 3434 

Southport av 
Channell Wm C, 320, 1888, 3505 Indi- 
ana av 

Chapel Wm L, 152, 1911, 4810 W Chi- 
cago av 

Chanman George CH 426 N Kedzie av 



Chase Charles I, 154, 1892, 7 W Madi- 
son 

Cheeseman Prank E, 152, 1899, 25 E 
Washington 

Cherrington Emerson E, 158, 1897, 
3831 Broadway 

Chestnutt Edwin J, 158, 1916, 1130 
Wells 

Chetlain Maurice L, 152, 1915, 3724 W 
16th 

Childs Theron B, 152, 1907, 1336 
Morse 

Chinberg Harry S, 158, 1905, 3270 N 
Clark 

Christensen Thomas S,1I 209 S State 

Christiansen Walter P, 152, 1915, 4040 
Lincoln av 

Christin Charles A, 152, 1897, 1144 W 
Harrison 

Christmann George A,1I 25 E Wash- 
ington 

CHRISTOPHER CARL J, D D s; Chi- 
cago Coll of Dental Surgery (Den- 
tal Dept Valparaiso Univ), Chicago, 
111, 1902; 56 E Randolph 

Chulock Aaron W,ll 1398 Milwaukee 

Chulock Joseph W, 158, 1911, 1550 N 
Robey 

Churchill Guy R, 152, 1902, 17 S Craw- 
ford av 

Cigrand Peter J, 153, 1888, 1749 S Hal- 
sted 

Cihlar Bertram F, 152, 1903, 1552 W 
12th 

Cisar George W,1I 3233 W 22d 

Cisna Edward C,|f 2401 Clybourn av 

Clancey Leon W, 163, 1905, 1711 W 
47th 

Clark Charles J, 152, 1903, 3859 Ogden 

Clark Henry D, 195, 1914, 4803 W Mad- 
ison 

Clark Robert L, 158, 1905, 701 W 47th 

Clark Samuel J. 152, 1906, 4025 Elston 

Clark Thomas, 158, 1901, 1148 W 69th 

Clark Wm G, 185, 1889, 26 E Wash-! 
ington 

Clayton Joseph 0,11 6056 Broadway 

Clemmens Orville C, 152, 1901, 737 
Sheridan rd 

Clemmer Franklin B, 152, 1897, 1971 
W 111th 

Cleveland Carleton, 265, 1898, 328 W^ 
Kinzie 

Cloes Chester L, 152, 1907, 25 E Wash- 
ington j 

Close Charles W, 152, 1910, 1464 Ej 
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Close George H N,tf 1205 S Wabash av 
Clow Lester PJ 1042 Argyle 
Cloyd John, 175, 1905, 2572 N Clark 
Clusmann Louis H, 152, 1866, 1377 

Blue Island av 
Cocalis Constantine, 152, 1911, 5111 

Wentworth av 
Coddington Ray F, 175, 1898, 408 S 

Wabash av 
Coe Lewis C, 152, 1900, 6856 Went- 
worth av 
Coffey Charles J.JI 1344 E 63d 
Cohen Samuel, 158, 1915, 3357 W 12th 
Coleman Guy P, 163, 1906, 4200 Arm- 

itage av 
Coleman Thomas, 158, 1901, 6302 S 

Halsted 
Colletti Alex E.H 3427 Lawrence av 
Collins Camillus C, 158, 1912, 4805 

N Kedzie av 
Collins H A, 263, 1888, 847 Chicago 
Collins John J,1[ 2411 Lincoln av 
Coitman Albert F, 163, 1912, 2401 N 

Western av 
Coltrin Charles W, 152, 1887,11 59 E 

Madison 
Comfort Wm E,11 29 E Madison 
Comroe Joseph I, 321, 1903, 551 E 47th 
Concklin Lewis K, 158, 1907, 37 W 

Jackson blvd 
Condit Harold S, 163, 1916, 1259 Devon 
Condit Frank L, 152, 1892, 30 N Mich- 
igan av 
Conklin Bishop A, 158, 1905, 1553 W 

Madison. 
Conklin Frank G,1f 523 S Crawford 
Conley Winifred, 158, 1901- 30 N 

Michigan av 
Connor Fergus R, 152, 1903, 801 N 

Dearborn 
Converse Chas H, 158, 1900, 4224 Ir* 

ving Park blvd 
Cook Clinton D,tf 140 N Dearborn 
Cooley Charles C, 152, 1903, 114 E 

Ohio 
Cooley Frank D, 158, 1900, 9154 Com- 
mercial av 
Cooley Vernon P, 163, 1904, 2052 Lane 
Coolidge Edgar D, 152, 1906, 25 E 

Washington 
Cordick Charles H, 320, 1905, 1105 E 

63d 
Corey Alice, 158, 1905, 3649 N Hermit- 
age av 
Cork Albert S, 158, 1899, 9113 Com- 
mercial av 
Corley Morris E, 152, 1902, 5 S Wa- 
bash av 



Corliss Fred E, 152, 1902, 1600 W 31st 
Cornwall Elbert H, 152, 1899, 907 

Stewart bldg 
Corsant Charles K, 152, 1903, 104 S 

Michigan av 
Couch Mefford J, 3801 Clarendon av 
Coverty Wm E, 163, 1914, 5500 S 

Halsted 
Cowan Egbert W, 158, 1916, 3218 Law- 
rence av 
Cowen Wm H, 152, 1898, 304 W 63d 
Cowin Abraham A, 158, 1913, 5059 S 

Ashland av 
Cox R Joseph, 152, 1915, 7543 N Ash- 
land av 
Craig Grant, 156, 1898, 3269 Cottage 

Grove av 
Craig Herbert M, 158, 1899, 4705 

Champlain av 
Crane Edwin A, 158, 1903, 39 S State 
Craver John A, 152, 1902, 5 S Wabash 
Cree Charles G, 163, 1906, 108 N State 
Cronin John H, 6590 Sheridan rd 
Cronin Wm A, 152, 1912, 3638 Ogden 
Cross Harlow A, 152, 1892, 933 E 55th 
Crosthwaite Paul V,1I 3902 S State 
Crouse Roy M, 158, 1905, 334 N Lara- 
mie av 
Crowley John F, 354, 1900, 2899 Arch- 
er av 
Crowley Thomas E, 152, 1898, 2750 W 

Madison 
Cruise Joseph P, 152, 1898, 2800 

Warren 
Cruise Robert J, 152, 1898, 3327 W 

Jackson blvd 
Cruse Milton, 1973 W 111th 
Culp Corydon A, 158, 1912, 1422 E 63d 

Pl 

Cummings Joseph E, 152, 1905, 2827 
W Madison 

Cummings Leo P, 152, 1906, 104 S 
Michigan av 

Cummins Wm G, 300, 1872, 500, 140 
N State 

Curtis Wm W, 239, 1883, 30 N Mich- 
igan av 

Curtiss Frank, 158, ^ 1898, 2200 N 
Halsted 

Cusen Edmund J, 152, 1912, 4226 W 
Harrison 

Cutrera Emanuel O, 152, 1902, 494 
Milwaukee av 

Cyrier Oscar, 152, 1914, 3955 W. Madi- 
son 

Czolbe Ewald, 152, 1894, 227 W 19th 

Dabney Archie S, 217, 1884, 1344 E 
63d 



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CHICAGO — Cont'd 

Dahlberg Edward W, 152, 1915, 5501 
N Clark 

Dallager Roy A, 158, 1913, 5501 Prairie 

Dandelles E.H 748 S Halsted 

Danek David H, 158, 1905, 108 N 
State 

Daniel Charles L, 163, 1902, Republic 
bldg 

Daniels Leo N, 163, 1912, 3963 Irving 
Park blvd 

Darmer J E, 163, 1905, 1000 N Cali- 
fornia av 

Davenport H W, 154, 1892,§ 22 E 
Washington 

Davenport Ralph W,1It 3724 Elmwood 

David Ira A 152, 1912, 731 N Clark 

Davidson Bernard R, 321, 1909, 4130 
S Halsted 

Davidson Christian jr, 158, 1915, 901 
E 55 th 

Davis Crosbie W, 152, 1893, 29 E Mad- 
ison 

Davis Frank H, 152, 1888, 25 E Wash- 
ington 

Davis Gilford B 158, 1904, 25 E M^ash- 
ington 

DAVIS LYNDALL L, D D S, Univ of 
Michigan (Coll of Dental Surgery), 
Ann Arbor Mich, 1884; Ex-Dean 
Northwestern Coll of Dental Surg; 
Ex-Sec State Board of Dental Exam- 
iners; Sec Odontological Soc of Chi- 
cago; Mem 111 State and Northern 
111 Dental Socs, Chicago Dental Re- 
search Club, Am Institute of Science 
and Natl Dental Assn; Office Hours 
9 to 12 a m, 1 to 5 p m; 81 E Mad- 
ison; Tel Central 5723 

Dawson Wm T, 158, 1909, 4304 W 63d 

Day Harry N, 229, 1882, 5495 Dorches- 
ter av 

Deacon Thomas H, 152, 1901, 1230 E 

63d 
De Boer Jelke V D, 3955 W 12th 
DeCamp A La MartineH 108 N State 
Dedic Frank J, 152, 1915, 3519 W 26th 
De Grasse F J Paul, 152, 1915, 11331 

S Michigan av 
De Larco Samuel M,'158, 1915, 2300 

W Chicago av 
Demling Edward A, 158, 1901, 3158 N 

Ashland av 
Demorest Clyde S], 158, 1898, 6449 

Stewart av 
Denton A Muir,1| 2319 N California av 
Derby Joseph E, 153, 1891, 1940 War- 
ner av 



DeRiemmer Albert E, 152, 1906, 81 E 

Madison 
DeRome R A, 152, 1914, 3157 Mont- 
rose av 
Desmond Frank G, 158, 1909. 4005 W 

Madison 
Desser Louis B, 163, 1906, 1427 Mil- 
waukee av 
Deutsch Herman S, 163, 1912, 3601 W 

12th 
DeVelde Albert J, 158, 1897, 2539 N 

Kedzie blvd 
Devlin Bruce B, 152, 1905, 1800 S Wa- 
bash av 
Devlin Wm I, 158, 1904, 25 E Wash- 
ington 
Dicus John B, 152, 1896, 140 N State 
Dicus Wm O, 152, 1900, 3115 N Hal- 
sted 
Diestelow John A,|I 3166 Lincoln av 
Dillon John F, 158, 1909, 3006 E 92d 
Dillon Ralph A C, 320, 1882. 1104 E 

47th 
Dittman Julius W, 282, 1876, 229 W 

60th pi 
Dittmar George W, 158, 1898, 59 E 

Madison 
Dixon John T, 158, 1897, 1810 Wilson 
Dodge Charles H, 262, 1902, 6 N Mich- , 

igan av 
Dodge Clarence A, 185, 1897, 1438 B ; 

57th 
Doering Henry F, 152, 1909, 5157 W ] 

Chicago av 
Doktorsky Phillip I, 163, 1914, 1102 N ; 

Ashland av 
Dolby George H,11 2636 E 75th 
Domurat Titus, 152, 1912, 1001 W 32d 
Donleavy Frank D, 158, 1915, 25 E 

Washington 
Dorsey Hugh P, 152, 1902, 4806 W ' 

Madison 
Douglass Charles E, 154, 1891, 25 E 

Washington 
Douglass Wm L, 152, 1915, 1816 S Hal- ! 

sted 
Downar James C, 204, 1903, 11157 Watt 
Doyle Harry C, 152, 1912, 3046 Went- 

worth av 
Drake Homer A, 239, 1885, 31 N State 
Drake Leonard S, 158, 1897, 4304 

Grand blvd 
Drangelis Kazys.H 3621 S Halsted ; 

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State Dental Soc and National Den- 
tal Assn; Hours 9 a m to 12 m and 
1 to 5 p m; Tel Lake View 4464; 
2200 Irving Park Blvd 
Drew Alfred J, 158, 1915, 745 E 75th 
Drozdowitz Abraham, 152, 1899, 202 S 

State 
Drozdowitz Israel, 152, 1901, 1658 W 

12th 
Drummond John F, 100, 1898, 57 E 

Jackson blvd 
Dubin Aaron J, 163, 1902, 1135 S Hal- 

sted 
Duffy Bernard A, 158, 1900, 209 S 

State 
Dugger Marion H,l| 357 W 63d 
Duhig John P, 158, 1916, 800 Belmont 
Dunlop Wm D, 152, 1903, 4175 Irving 

Park blvd 
Dunn Joseph A, 163, 1907, 5 N Wabash 
Dunn Maud M W, 163, 1908,tl 122 S 

Michigan av 
Dunn Wm H, 152, 1896, 29 E Madison 
Dvorak Lewis H, 158, 1916, 6156 N 

Clark 
Dvorak Louis J, 152, 1911, 2359 S 

Kedzie av 
Eagles Albert, 152, 1892, 108 N State 
Earley Wm F, 163, 1908, 3001 N Cen- 
tral Park av 
Eberle Wm R,tf 2935 E 79th 
Eccles Friend R, 152, 1905, 1002 Wil- 
son av 
Edgar Wm M, 158, 1903, 4003 Elston 
Egan Michael J,t[ 3203 W Harrison 
Eggen Walter M,tl 25 E Washington 
Eicke Adolph, 300, 1890, 39 S State 
Eisenbrand George F, 322, 1891, 209 
S State 

EISENSTAEDT JOSEPH, M D, D D S, 

Northwestern Univ Dental School, 
Chicago, 111, 1906; Northwestern 
Univ Med School, Chicago, 111, 
1908; Ex-Prof of Histology, North- 
western Univ Dental School; Mem 
111 State and Chicago Dental Socs, 
Am Med Assn, 111 State and Chicago 
Med Socs; Hours 9 a m to 5 p m; 
Tel Randolph 2154; Suite 1839, 25 
E Washington 

Eisenstaedt Milton K, 152, 1897, 39 S 
State 

Eisenstaedt Moses, 158, 1900, 29 E 

' Madison 

Siser L Earl, 163, 1905, 2759 N Sacra- 

' mento av 

msinger Harry,ll 3147 S Morgan 



Eitingon Charles H.H 1426 Milwaukee 

E:idred John P, 154, 1891, 852 Belmont 

Ellingson Clarence H, 152, 1907, 2003 
Milwaukee av 

Elliot Elmore W, 152, 1898, 39 S State 

Elliott Friend E, 152, 1905, 1805 S 
Ashland av 

Elspass George A, 240, 1903, 2126 Fre- 
mont 

Ely James O, 321, 1887, 22 E Wash- 
ington 

Emerson Charles M, 158, 1904, 4058 W 
North av 

Engel George L, 158, 1902, 5332 Aga- 
tite av 

Epstein Harry, 158, 1915, 1259 W 12th 

Erickson Alfred, 158, 1906, 3963 Lin- 
coln av 

Erickson Marie, 158, 1896, 3614 W Chi- 
cago av 

Erringer James W, 158, 1897, 209 S 
State 

Ertel Herman H, 163, 1906, 2111 Coult- 
ter 

Eshbaugh C Prank, 152, 1886, 3948 
Cottage Grove av 

Estes St Louis A, 158, 1896, 312 S 
Clark 

Eustice E LeMotte, 152, 1905, 3601 
Armitage av 

Eustice Wm C, 158, 1898, 444 W Divi- 
sion 

Evans Don W, 152, 1902, 25 E Wash- 
ington 

Evans Grifhth D, 152, 1899, 30 N Mich- 
igan av 

Evans Joseph K, 155, 1892, 2301 W 
VanBuren 

Evans Wm Wallace, 152, 1912, 602 W 
North av 

Evanson Edwin, 163, 1912, 4000 W 
North av 

Everett George E, 152, 1895, 3156 War- 
ren av 

Pabricant Abram S, 264, 1912, 2102 W 
Division 

Pahnestock Albert,1I 1802 S State 

FAHRNEY SAMUEL W, D D S, Chi- 
cago Coll Dental Surgery (Dental 
Dept Valparaiso Univ), Chicago, 111, 
1901; Lect and Instr Orthodontia in 
same 1901-1908; Mem Natl Dental 
Assn, 111 State, Northern 111 and 
Chicago Dental Socs; Ex-Pres Ken- 



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CHICAGO — Cont'd 

wood Branch Chicago Dental Soc; 

Practice Limited to Facial and Oral 

Deformities; Hours 10 a m to 5 

p m; Tel Central 5599; Office 1627 

Marshall Field Annex Bldg 
Faller Edward G, 158, 1912, 2759 Ar- 

mitage av 
Farber Abraham J, 163, 1911, 3161 W 

12th 
Farley G Edwin, 152, 1905, 5501 Prairie 
Farnum Leon M,1I 64 W Randolph 
Farrell Edwin J, 152, 1889, 428 W 

Division 
Farwell Harry P,fl 4117 W North av 
Faust Wm C, 152, 1907, 2456 W 38th 
Fee Asa, 152, 1902, 1423 E 55th 
Feeley Joseph CH 3455 W North av 
Fehr John F, 152, 1914, 2373 Lincoln 
Fekete Emery F, 152, 1915, 934 Center 
Felcher Fred R, 152, 1909, 5108 Went- 

worth av 
Felcher George L, 163, 1915, 4601 

Broadway 
Feldsher Noah Z, 163, 1908, 3434 W 

12th 
Fellman Albert P, 158, 1905, 4700 

Sheridan rd 
Fels Leo J, 163, 1907, 3726 W 12th 
Feltmann A Wm, 158, 1893, 2159 W 22d 
Ferguson Norman J,tl 3009 E 92d 
Fern Julius W M, 158, 1913, 5336 N 

Clark 
Fernandez Edward M S, 152, 1891, 25 

E Washington 
Ferner Daniel A J, 156, 1895, 7100 S 

Chicago av 
Feuer Morris, ff 1310 Milwaukee av 
Fick Bruno W, 152, 1899, 408 S Wa- 
bash av 
Fickensher Eno L, 152, 1894, 755 W 

North av 
Fidler Frederick A, 152, 1907, 3038 E 

92d 
Field Wm S.H 1200 N Dearborn 
Fierstein Edward A, 152, 1912, 3424 

W 16th 
Fink Herman R, 158, 1915, 1602 W 

Chicago av 
Finkelstein Arthur, 152, 1914, 901 

N Western av 
Finn Wm Selby, 158, 1915, 7852 S 

Ha.lsted 
Fischer Otto E, 154, 1887. 60 E 18th 
Fischer Vincent, 152, 1889, 1809 Loom- 
is 
Fischer Walter G.H 2308 Ogden blvd 



Fishell Elkan W, 158, 1897, 108 N 
State 

Fisher Dorsey D, 158, 1907, 2002 Lar- 
rabee 

Fisher Lewis T, 1039 N Clark 

Fisher Louis E, 152, 1898, 501 E 63d 

Fisk Fred D, 158, 1900, 1105 E 63d 

Fitzgerald Wm T, 152, 1906, 4002 W 
12th 

Flager F S,!l 7855 Normal av 

Flanagan Lawson H, 158, 1901, 5501 
Prairie av 

Planigan J Joseph, 163, 1905, 4649 S 
Ashland av 

Flannery Joseph A, 163, 1912, 649 W 
North av 

Flick Augustine A, 154, 1895, 1200 N 
Dearborn 

Ford James W jr, 152, 1914, 33 N 
Cicero av 

Ford Zachary D, 158, 1906, 6161 Broad- 
way 

Fortelka Charles G, 152, 1908, 2830 \ 
W 22d 

Foster Wm F, 152, 1903, 1901 W Chi- \ 
cago av : 

Fox Michael G, 152, 1904, 5152 W Chi- ,' 
cago av ' 

Fox Morris E, 152, 1916, 3760 W 16th ', 

Fox Nathan I, 326, 1903, 1301 S Hal- i 
sted 

Fox Theodore F,1I 1827 Blue Island r 

Fox Willard H, 158, 1905, 4401 W| 
Harrison av ; 

Frank Harris J, 158, 1900, 5 S Wabash I 

Franke Joseph C, 156, 1896, 5 N Wa-' 
bash av , 

Frankel David A, 163, 1907, 1286 MiU| 
waukee av ■ 

Frankel Elias A, 152, 1915. 233 Ei 
115th 

Frankel Henry A, 160, 1901, 3534 w! 
12th 

Frankel Herman L, 158, 1898, 1579' 
Milwaukee av 

Frankel James D, 158, 1907, 3801 W 
12th 

FRANZ HUGO, D D S, Univ of Berlin, 
Ger, 1891; Chicago Coll of Dental 
Surgery, Chicago, 111, 1893; Mem 
Natl Dental Assn, 111 State and Chi- 
cago Dental Socs, Zentral Verein: 
Deutscher Zahnaerzte, Ger, Suit^ 
909-911, 22 E Washington | 

Frazin Julius, 158, 1916, 5052 Indian^' 

Fredericks Enoch M, 152, 1889, lltfi; 
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Freedlund Gustav R, 158, 1912, 1200 
N State 

Freedman Arthur D.H 1606 W 12tli 

Freel Floyd W,|I 202 W Garfield blvd 

Freeman Arthur B, 322, 1886, ^5 E 
Washington 

Freeman Charles W, 158, 1912, 25 E 
Washington 

Freeman Van E, (M D) 158, 1898, 
9231 Cottage Grove av 

Freilberg Charles F, 158, 1897, 4656 
Indiana av 

Freund Frederick G.H 2058 Cleveland 

Frey Henry A, 163, 1907, 1401 N West- 
ern av 

Frey Joseph P, 158, 1906, 1550 N 
Clark 

Fribley Wilbur E, 155, 1895, 25 E 
Washington 

Fried Isadore A, 158, 1915, 331 E 
47th 

Friedman Bernard D, 163, 1912, 401 
W North av 

Friedman Samuel,1I 1101 S Halsted 

Friedman Solomon L, 282, 1905, 25 E 
Washington 

Frink Joy L, 154, 1891, t 4436 N Win- 
chester av 

Frisque L L, (M D) 354, 1902, 3965 
Irving Park blvd 

Fritz Gustav E, 152, 1903, 1226 N 
State 

Froeschle Wm F, 158, 1898, 1200 N 
State 

Fry F A, 155, 1892, 438 W 63d 

Fry Lemuel P, 152, 1899, 5901 Went- 
worth av 

Fry Wm T.H 4001 W Lake 

Fuerstenberg Herbert S, 152, 1914, 
1145 S Ashland blvd 

Fullwood Edward B, 158, 1893, 4719 
S 5th av 

Funk Levi L, 154, 1890, 20 W Jackson 
blvd 

Funk Louis E, 158, 1897, 600 S Craw- 
ford av 

Fuqua Victor H,tlt 108 N State 

Gaff Oliver, 1100 Milwaukee av 

Gale Frank W, 153, 1904, 81 E Madi- 
son 

Gale Willis Hjl, 81 E Madison 

Gall Otto F,1I 6306 S Halsted 

Gallagher John C, 158, 1914, 25 E 
Washington 

Gallagher Miles H, 152, 1904, 5458 S 
Halsted 

Gallegos Guillermo, 152, 1915, 13702 
Indiana av 



GALLIE DONALD MACKAY, D D S, 

Chicago ('oil of Dental Surg, Chica- 
go, 111, 1891; Prof, of Operative Den- 
tistry Univ of 111, Coll of Dentis- 
try, Chicago, 111; Bx-Pres National 
Dental Assn; Ex-Pres 111 State and 
Chicago Dental Socs and Chicago 
Odontographic See; Supreme Grand 
Master Delta Sigma Delta Frater- 
nity; 32 N State 

Gallie Donald M jr, 158, 1915, 32 N 
State 

Galligan Thomas F, 158, 1902, 2 W 
Chicago av 

Gamron Ira C, 154, 1895, 32 N State 

Gant Charles H, 264, 1890, 153 W 
69th 

Gardiner James C, 158, 1896, 1752 Og- 
den av 

Garman Jared M. 158, 1893, 2722 W 
22d 

Games Harry H,|[ 5 E 36th pi 

Garriott J Preston, If 4770 Lincoln av 

Garrison Henry L, 158, 1895, 1344 E 
63d 

Gasparovich Stephen, 152, 1911, 2534 
Wentworth av 

Gaus Julius J, 158, 1904. 1602 W 
Chicago av 

Gawron B E, 152, 1909, 1001 S Paul- 
ina 

Geannelis Iphicrates E, 158, 1913, 757 
W North av 

George Alfred P, 152, 1906, 4100 Mad- 
ison 

Georges Elias S, 132, 1901, 3217 W 
Madison 

Gerhold Elsa J,1I 25 E Washington 

GETHRO FRED W, D D S, Northwest- 
e r n Univ Dental School, Chicago, 
111, 1899; Prof Dental Anatomy and 
Operative Technics in Same; Ex- 
Pres American Inst of Dental Teach- 
ers; Mem Natl Dental Assn, 111 State 
Dental Soc and Chicago Dental Soc; 
Office Hours 9 a m to 5 p m; 1527, 
122 S Michigan av; Tel Harrison 
2089 

Gibson Peter, 158, 1896, 3538 Ogden av 

Gibson Wm R, 158, 1898, 3944 Cottage 
Grove av 

Giddings Warren A, 152, 1897, 4000 
Sheridan rd 

Gilbert Glenn R, 158, 1915, 1142 Law- 
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CHICAGO — Cont'd 

Gilchrist Mont R, 158, 1902, 4737 In- 
diana av 

Giles Perry.'tf 25 E Washington 

Gill John H, 158, 1902, 1810 Wilson av 

Gillette Clayton O, 158, 1900, 1816 S 
Halsted 

GILMER THOMAS L, M D, D D S, Sc 
D, Missouri Dental Coll (Dental 
Deptof Washington Univ), St Louis 
Mo, 1882; M D, Quincy Coll of Med, 
1885; Sc D, Northwestern Univ, 
1911; Fellow of the American Col- 
lege of Surgeons; Prof Oral Surgery 
Northwestern Univ Dental School; 
Oral Surg to St Luke's Hosp, Chi- 
cago, 111; Mem and Ex-Pres Odonto- 
graphic Soc of Chicago; Mem and 
Ex-Pres 111 State Dental Soc; Mem 
and Ex-Pres Chicago Dental Soc; 
Mem Natl Dental Assn; 122 S Mich- 
igan av; Consulting Hours 9 to 10 a 
m and 4 to 5 p m, Tel Central 1754 

Gilmore John M, 158, 1901, 6230 S Hal- 
sted 

Gilmore Thomas E,|I 6856 S Halsted 

Gindich Isaac H, 152, 1914, 3859 W 12th 

Ginsberg Jacob L, 152, 1914, 1548 W 
12th 

Girard Charles B, 152, 1902, 5200 Wash- 
ington blvd 

Girling Winthrop, 152, 1891, 22 E 
Washington 

Gismore Leon, 326, 1900, 803 W Mad- 
ison 

Glantz Henry W, 152, 1894, 3959 W 
Madison av 

Glenn Ellsworth, 175, 1898, 322 S State 

Goggin John W, 158, 1904, 29 E Mad- 
ison 

Gogolinski Walter E/ 1046 Milwau- 
kee av 

GOLBECK WALTER C, D D S, Chi- 
cago Coll Dental Surgery, Chicago, 
111, 1898; Prosthetic Specialist Mon- 
arch Dental Laboratory Co; 56 E 
Randolph 

Goldenstein Solomon L, 264, 1911, 1958 
W Division 

Goldring James, 152, 1905, 5607 South 
blvd 

Goldstein Oscar A,1I 1279 Milwaukee 

Goldstein Philip H, 163, 1912, 220 S 
State 

Goldthrop Ellsworth, 158, 1891, 4134 
Coitage Grove av 



Goldthrop F Joseph, 158, 1900, 6860 S 
Halsted 

Good Bernard A, 152, 1915, 1118 N 
Francisco av 

Good Robert, 152, 1892,t 104 S Mich- 
igan av 

Gooderl Harry W, 156, 1896, 3958 N 
Robey 

Goodfriend Samuel S, 163, 1915, 2156 
Potomac av 

Goodrich James R, 158, 1896, 1119 E 
43d 

Goodridge James S, 153, 1891, 2204 S 
State 

Goodridge Thomas A, 152, 1906, 5400 
W Madison 

Goold Louis, 158, 1916, 1201 W 69th 

Gordon David J,1I 104 E 51st 

Gordon Meyer A, 158, 1913, 3400 W 
12th 

Gorman Joseph S, 163, 1914, 3962 Colo- 
rado av 

Gorman Thomas F, 152, 1898, 22 E 
Washington 

GOSLEE HART J, B S, D D S, Chi- 
cago Coll of Dental Surgery, Chica- 
go, 111, 1895; Prof Prosthetic Dentis- 
try Dental Dept, Marquette Univ, 
Milwaukee, Wis; Prof Crown and 
Bridge Work, Louisville Coll of 
Dentistry, Louisville, Ky; Mem Am 
Institute of Dental Teachers, Na- 
tional Dental Assn, Illinois State 
and Chicago Dental Socs; 1010 
Stewart Bldg, 108 N State, Tel Cen- 
tral 387 

Gould Earl E, 152, 1890, 4000 W 12th 

Goulding Charles E,tl 120 S State 

Grabowski Sylvester K,tl 2231 Semin- 
ary av 

Graf Clarence Z, 158, 1910, 3802 Lin- 
coln av 

Graham Herman J, 322, 1897, 2734 W 
North av 

Graham Oliver J, 122, 1902, 25 E Wash- 
ington 

Graham Wm B, 158, 1896, 200, 21 E 
VanBuren 

Graham Willis M, 158, 1898, 4191 S 
Halsted 

Gramm Carl T,1I 25 E Washington 

Grant Harry W, 300, 1902, 9119 Com- 
mercial av 

Grant J Clinton, 158, 1905, 209 SJ 
State { 

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Graybeal Willard, 152, 1901, 500 W 
69th 

Green Jacob E, 158, 1895, 3328 W 12th 

GREEN LELAN OTIS, D D S, North- 
western Univ Dental School, Chi- 
cago, 111, 1896; Mnfr of "Acestoria," 
The Green Special Flexible Hypo- 
dermic Needle and The "Acestoria" 
Hypodermic Syringe; Mem Chicago 
and 111 State Dental Socs and Delta 
Sigma Delta Fraternity; Suite 1407 
Heyworth Bldg, 29 E Madison 

GREEN SYLVESTER D, D D S, Lin- 
coln Dental Coll, Lincoln Neb, 1916; 
Mem Delta Sigma Delta Fl-aternity; 
Suite 1407 Heyworth Bldg, 29 E 
Madison 

Greenberg Isidor M, 158, 1913, 2000 W 
Division 

Greenwald Hieka E,1I 1200 W 12th 

Greenwood Alexander S, 158, 1904, 
8678 Vincennes av 

Griffin Wilbur C, 163, 1911, 3500 Armit- 
age av 

Griffith R Allen, 158, 1901, 25 E Wash- 
ington 

Grimson John S,tl 7852 S Halsted 

GRISAMORE THOMAS L, Ph G, D D 
S, Chicago Coll of Dental Surg, Chi- 
cago, III, 1898; Prof of Orthodontia 
at same; Ex-Pres Chicago Dental 
Soc; Mem National and 111 State 
Dental Socs; Practice Limited to 
Orthodontia; 29 E Madison 

Gross Arthur, 152, 1903, 1154 Milwau- 
kee av 

Grossman Morris, 158, 1907, 3703 W 
12th 

Grove Alvin T, 152, 1895, 22 E Wash- 
ington 

Grove Edgar C, 152, 1895, 329 N Lara- 
mie av 
j Grover Jeremiah G,1I 25 E Washing- 
ton 

Gruener Joseph, 158, 1915, 3737 W 
j 26th 

I Grunn Albert P, 158, 1900, 209 S 
State 

Grzesik Hermann K.H 343 W Division 

Gunnarson Agnar T, 158, 1915, 68 W 
i Chicago av 

jGunther Frank E, 154, 1895, 1801 W 
I: 35th 

iiGunther H Alfred, 262, 1889, 3300 
I Cottage Grove av 

'Guthrie Alfred, 152, 1895, 6914 Went- 
worth av 



Guthrie Elmer S, 152, 1911, 3613 

L£iwr©nc6 3.V 
Haarlow Arnold W, 152, 1910, 207 

W Garfield blvd 
Hackett John V, 264, 1901, 4000 W 

Harrison 
Hagan John A, 152, 1915, 2736 Og- 

den av 
Hager Winfield S, 163, 1911, 3734 Ful- 

lerton av 
Hague Albert S, 160, 1900, 2101 Bel- 
mont av 
Haik Geo N, 152, 1915, 3500 Ogden 
Hainz Charles, 152, 1910, 3200 W 

26th 
Hajicek John E, 152, 1906, 3505 W 

26th 
Halderman Roy S,tl 736 E 63d 
Hall Alfred Whipple, 239, 1894, 25 E 

Washington 
Hall Oscar C, 154, 1892, 5240 Harper 
Hallam Benjamin P, 152, 1902, 1442 

E 55th 
Halle Carl A, 152, 1912, 3802 N Clark 
Halperin Abraham N, 163, 1907, 1206 

W 12th 
Halperin Robert L,11 1017 S Ashland 

blvd 
Halpern Harrp, 152, 1912, 2557 W 

Division 
Hambleton Gail M, 152, 1915, 29 E 

Madison 
Hamel Carl W,1I 2109 W Chicago av 
Hamilton Harry W, 25 E Washington 
Hamilton Robert J, 152, 1916, 4 N 

Cicero av 
Hammersmith Oscar J, 163, 1903, 227 

E 31st 
Handelman Edward D, 163, 1911, 1620 

W 12th 
Handelman Henry L, 163, 1911, 4723 

Lincoln av 
Hanna Edward A, 163, 1903, 140 N 

State 
Hanoka Nissin S, 262, 1915, 603 S 

Halsted 
Hanrahan Eugene P, 158, 1912, 7100 

Stony Island av 
Hanscom Prank Z, 152, 1899, 5 W Van 

Buren 
Hansen Harold O, 163, 1915, 1553 W 

Madison 
Hanson Arthur J, If 1025 W 59 th 
Hardie John J, 158, 1902, 3638 Og- 
den 
Hare David A, 152, 1894, 25 E Wash- 
ington 



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CHICAGO — Cont'd 

Harlan Marcus A, 152, 1903, 1318 E 
47th 

Harlan Paul H, 152, 1899, 3457 S 
State 

Harnick Harry M, 163, 1916, 3819 W 
12 th 

Harper Joseph A, 342, 1905, 8 E 37th 

HARPER W E, D D S, Northwestern 
Univ Dental School, Chicago 111, 
1891; Mem National Dental Assn, 
111 State, Chicago and Englewood 
Dental Socs; Honorary Mem Odon- 
tological Soc of Pennsylvania and 
Wisconsin State Dental Soc, 3441 
Michigan av; Tel Douglas 2841 

Harrell Samuel J, 207, 1905, 931 
M'^ellington av 

Harris Aaron B, 163, 1907, 3733 W 
16th 

Harris Andrew J jr, 152, 1898, 5 S Wa- 
bash av 

Harris Jasper E,tl 805 E 47th 

Harris Sara S, 158, 1902, 846 E 47th 

Hart Willard W, 262, 1886, 1401 W 
Madison 

Hartgerink James E, 158, 1915, 1355 
S Ashland av 

Hartlinger John H, 154, 1895, 5037 S 
Ashland av 

Hartt Caroline L, 154, 1892, 1006 Ma- 
sonic Temple 

Harwood Ernest E, 152. 1914, 2460 N 
Clark 

Haskins George W, 152, 1887, 25 E 
Washington 

Hasselriis Rudolph T, 152, 1885, 2723 
W^ North av 

Hastings Henry W, 152, 1905, 4300 
Indiana av 

Ha+^h Charles H, 152, 1915, 5157 W 
L£k? 

Haugen Andrew, If 4234 Fullerton av 

Havens Ralph M, 152, 1907, 2119 
Jackson blvd 

Hawkins George E, 152, 1891, 4654 
Sheridan rd 

Harley Wm H, 154, 1895, 801 Wells 

Hay Charles A, 152, 1903, 314 N Kost- 
ner av 

Hay Eugene T,1I 2800 N Clark 

Hayden Ralph E, 152, 1899, 2901 Wal- 
lace 

Hayes Harold H, 152, 1897, 59 E Madi- 
son 

Hays Frank T, 158, 1898, 2756 W Har- 
rison 



Hebert A W, 154, 1890, !f 22 E Wash- 
ington 

Heck, D F, 152, 1911. 4802 N Robey 

Heck Eli G, 158, 1904, 5505 S Ashland 

Heggland Hans M, 154, 1895, 25 E 
Washington 

Heidorn Herman W, 152, 1908, 4201 
W 26th 

Heine Otto C, 158, 1897, 25 E Wash- 
ington 

Heit Charles L,1I 36 W Randolph 

Hemminger Harvey J, 158, 1899, 1553 
W Madison 

Henderson Hugh S, 250, 1899, 25 E 
Washington 

Henderson Olive M, 158, 1908, 4217 
Wabash av 

Hendrickson Charles A, 158, 1905, 59 
E Madison 

Hendrickson Dora.U 6253 Dorchester' 

Henshaw Winfred E, 152, 1909, 6205 
Broadway 

Henson Morda R, 152, 1912, 1740 
Greenleaf av 

Hepburn Wm R, 158, 1899, 6332 S 
Halsted 

Heper Carl, 152, 1898, 29 E Madison 

Herbert Wm E, 158, 1897, 4833 N Her- 
mitage av 

Herig Emil K, 354, 1902, 716 W Madi- 
son 

Hermsdorf Walter. H 220 Wisconsin av 

Hermann Richard, tf 1048 Wilson av 

Hersh Wm (M D), 152, 1900, 2056 W 
Jackson blvd 

Herzberg, Benj L, 152, 1916, 4759 
Broadway 

Herzberg Erwin J, 152, 1914, 5052 Cot- 
tage Grove av 

Herzog Roland A, 158, 1915, 59 Van 
Buren 

Hess Albert C, 158, 1907, 4255 In- 
diana av 

Hetu Elzeard G,tl 1163 W Harrison 

Hewett Ashley M, 152, 1896,§ 108 N 
State 

Heymar Stanley, 152, 1901, 1724 S 
Ashland av " 

Heyne Ernest L, 271, 1905, 747 Fuller- 
ton av 

Hickman Herbert E, 158, 1901, 9154 
Commercial av 

Hillenbrand George H, 158, 1898, 514 
W North av 

Hillenbrand John A, 158, 1913, 514 W 
North av 

Hillier Charles W, 160, 1902, 841 W 
63d 



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Hillweg C U, 158, 1910, 1381 E 55th 
Hinch Leslie D, 163, 1914, 6802 S Ash- 
land blvd 
Hinckley Carl A, 158, 1905, 6056 Nor- 
mal av 
Hine Walter G, 152, 1904, 25 E Wash- 
ington 
Hinkins John E, 152, 1885,t 1467 E 

53d 
Hipsh Henry D,1I 4701 Sheridan rd 
Hitz Jessie L, 152, 1898, 62 W Schiller 
Hitz Victor, 152, 1902, 7 W Madison 
Hobbs George V.H 205 E 39th 
Hodges Sidney L,11 3834 W Chicago av 
Hoffer James, II 25 E Washington 
Hoffman Augustus K, 158, 1912, 4706 

Cottage Grove av 
Hoffman Theodore, 158, 1894, 2001 

Lawrence av 
Hogan Wm E, 158. 1900, 953 E 62d 
Holden Walter H, 163, 1906, 3835 Ful- 

lerton av 
Holder Harry F, 158, 1897, 6301 Cot- 
tage Grove av 
Holinger Otto, 152, 1899, 1602 Mailer 

bldg 
Holland Carl M, 158, 1911, 1203 N 

Dearborn 
Holland Charles P, 322, 1900, 3904 Cot- 
tage Grove av 
Holmberg Gale L, 158, 1913, 5301 

Broadway 
Holmes Harry L, 142, 1915, 1144 Ar- 

gyle av 
Holton Arthur G, 158, 1911, 5130 

Broadway 
Honoroff Henry A, 158, 1913, 3214 W 

12th 
Hood Sidney T, 163, 1914, 7 S Craw- 
ford av 
Hood Thomas H, 152, 1897, 7 S Craw- 
ford av 
Hooper Joseph L,* 5 N Wabash av 
Hopf George A, 158, 1900, 2301 Mil- 
waukee av 
Hopper Wm G.H 31 W Lake 
Horlick Raymond W,!I 309 E 47th 
Horwits Maurice A, 158, 1913, 6 N 

Michigan av 
Hospers Frank J, 185, 1915, 710 W 

61st 
Hospers John H, 158, 1904, 25 E Wash- 
ington 
Hough John F, 163, 1915, 104 S Mich- 
igan av 

Hough Michael P,1I 2014 W North av 



House Edwin B, 158, 1904, 11504 S 
Michigan av 

House Frank V, 156, 1897, 1417 Ma- 
sonic Temple 

Howatt Arthur B, 152, 1896, 1588 Mil- 
waukee av 

Howe Albert O, 300, 1881, 3202 Mil- 
waukee av 

Hoyt Alfred W, 239, 1880, 25 E Wash- 
ington 

Hoyt Frank A, 152, 1900, 1358 E 47th 

Hryniewiecki Walter, 152, 1912, 1518 
W Division 

Hubbard Herman H, 163, 1904, 1558 S 
Wabash av 

Hubeny R M,t[ 25 E Washington 

Hudson A Melville, 152, 1885, 3072 
Lincoln av 

Hudson King C, 158, 1915, 1204 Di- 
versey pkway 

Huff John A, 156, 1896, 25 E Wash- 
ington 

HUFF RALPH T, D D S, Northwest- 
ern Univ Dental School, Chicago, 
111, 1904; Angle School of Ortho- 
dontia, 1909; Certificate of Study, 
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Hosp, 
1910; Mem Am Assn of Orthodon- 
tia, National, 111 State and Chicago 
Dental Socs; Bd of Censors North 
Shore Branch Chicago Dental Soc; 
Northwestern and Angle's Alumni 
Assns; Practice Limited to Ortho- 
dontia; Hours 10 a m tb 5 p m; 
Room 1742, 25 E Washington 

Huff Robert E, 158, 1903, 1457 Devon 

Huhn Lloyd S, 300, 1904, 3166 Lincoln 

NULLA EDWARD, D D S, Coll of 
Dentistry of the Univ of Illinois, 
Chicago, 111, 1903; Hours 9 a m to 
5 pm; Tel Monroe 4781; 1225 N 
Ashland av 

Hulla George, 152, 1896, 1454 W 18th 

Hullhorst Lewis, 158, 1902, 7003 N 
Clark 

Humpidge George W, 152, 1898, 309 
E 47th 

Hunter Norman H, 158, 1898, 4954 Mil- 
waukee av 

Hurd Hugh C, 158, 1904, 4726 St Law- 
rence av 

Hurley Clarence C, 320, 1911, 167 W 
Chicago av 

Hurt Arthur E,1f 1858 S Ashland av 

Hurwitz Leon N, 152, 1908, 1400 N 
Western av 



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CHICAGO — Cont'd 

Huxmann Ernest A, 152, 1886, 220 
Wisconsin 

Huxmann Ferdinand A,1| 220 Wiscon- 
sin 

Huxmann Fritz W, 159, 1889, 220 Wis- 
consin 

Huxmann F Berthold, 159, 1901, 220 
Wisconsin 

Hyman Benjamin H, 163, 1911, 3166 
Lincoln av 

Hynes Joseph J, 153, 1887, 3800 W 
Cliicago av 

IDLER PERCY B D> D D S, North- 
western Univ Dental School, Chi- 
cago, 111, 1900; Mem National Den- 
tal Assn and 111 State Dental Soc; 
Sec Chicago Dental Soc; Hours 9 
a m to 5 p m; Suite 1316, 30 N 
Michigan Blvd 

Ihle Chester, 158, 1916, 2251 W Mad- 
ison 

litis Henry C, 152, 1912, 4801 M Mad- 
ison 

Imbritt Inga H, 160, 1901, 2303 N Cal- 
ifornia av 

Ingalls Osgood F, 239, 1892, 30 N 
Dearborn 

Ingalls Perry E,\\ 4001 Fullerton av 

Ingiedew Walter B, 158, 1913, 7500 
Cottage Grove av 

Ingram Chas B, 152, 1897, 557 Long av 

Ingram Hector S, 158, 1911, 30 N Mich- 
igan blvd 

Irons Chas CU 735 S Crawford av 

Isenson Ernest M, 158, 1915, 1605 Mil- 
waukee av 

Israel Harry W, 269, 1902, 2201 Ful- 
lerton av 

Ivey Francis H, 163, 1905, 2257 W 
Ma-'ison av 

Jackm.an Clarence W, 152, 1904, 7 W 
Madison 

Jackson George R,tl 6057 Calumet av 

Jacobi Lee, 152, 1915, 1045 Wilson av 

Jacobs Charles T, 163, 1904, 2403 W 
North av 

Jacobs Edson B, 154, 1895, 25 E Wash- 
ington 

JAMES AUSTIN FLINT, D D S, Chi- 
cago Coll of Dental Surgery, Chi- 
cago. Ill, 1892; Pres Am Acad of 
Oral Prophylaxis and Periodontia; 
Mem Chicago Dental Research Club, 
Natl Dental Assn and Local Socs; 
1615 Marshall Field Annex 



Janicke Charles P, 158, 1913, 1956 
Armitage av 

Jankowski J J, 160, 1900, 1711 W 47th 

Jarman Wm R, 152, 1912, 10144 Ew- 
ing av 

Jarvin John H,|f 2606 Lincoln av 

Jefferson Wm T, 154, 1891, 3101 S 
State 

Jelinek Louis E, 152, 1895, 3264 Ogden 

Jelinek Otto E, 152, 1905, 1500 W 18th 

Jessen John M, 158, 1909, 4786 Mil- 
waukee av 

Jesser Jacob, 163, 1916, 2551 N Clark 

Jirka Irwin G, 152, 1910, 3203 W 22d 

Jirka Robert H,1I 3205 W 22d 

Joffe Robert W, 152, 1914, 4705 Drexel 
blvd 

John Robert M,tl 4602 Kenmore av 

Johnsen Elberg N, 195, 1907, 1935 Mil- 
waukee av 

Johnson Albert C, 131, 1912, . 3518 S 
State 

Johnson Albert G, 152, 1892, 122 S 
Michigan av 

Johnson Albert N, 158, 1905, 2603 Mil- 
waukee av 

Johnson Alvin F, 158, 1907, 5858 S 
Halsted 

Johnson A W, 321, 1894, 1224 Mil- 
waukee av 

Johnson Burton C, 158, 1899, 4400 Mil- 
waukee av 

Johnson Carl A, 239, 1899, 5900 S 
Halsted 

JOHNSON CHARLES N, M A, L D S, 
D D S, Chicago Coll of Dental Sur- 
gery (Dental Dept Valparaiso Univ) 
Chicago, 111, 1885; Dean pt Stu- 
dents, Prof and Head of Dept of 
Operative Dentistry in Same; 22 E 
Washington 

Johnson Daniel S, 300, 1892, 953 Bel-, 
mont av 

Johnson Edward E, 152, 1899, 25 E 
Washington 

Johnson Elmer N, 163, 1903, 2019 
Milwaukee av 

Johnson Frank M, 152, 1899, 411 Bel- 
den av 

Johnson Harry M, 158, 1904, 302 E 
51st 

Johnson H Clifton, If 3314 Lawrence 

Johnson James P, 158, 1901, 9113 
Commercial av 

Johnson John W, 152, 1894, 22 E 
Washington 

Johnson L R, 195, 1911, 3150 W North . 



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Johnston Jay D, 152, 1916, 4700 Cot- 
tage Grove av 

Jones Charles E, 160, 1900, 1747 W 
Harrison 

Jones Corliss H, 152, 1901, 3152 N 
Ashland av 

Jones Everett X, 158, 1898, 25 E 
Washington 

Jones George A, 163, 1904, 740 W 
Madison 

Jones Harry L,1I 1158 W 63d 

Jones Harry R, 158, 1915, 4005 W 
North 

Jones Orlando V, 158, 1907, 1002 Wil- 
son av 

Joyce John L, 163, 1911, 4234 Armit- 
age av 

Juel Martin 0,11 3526 W North av 

Jung Leo H,1I 7159 S Halsted 

Kabell Carl,1I 209 S State 

Kagy Joseph R, 158, 1905, 6249 Dor- 
chester av 

Kahn Charles S, 163, 1914, 2000 W 
Chicago av * 

Kalk George 'P, 152, 1901, 5500 S Hal- 
sted 

Kalbfleich Carl M,tl 4100 W Madi- 
son 

Kamin Wm, 152, 1898, 3257 W 12th 

Kane Wm T, 158, 1905, 1128 Argyle 

Kanief Paul W, 152, 1914, 939 S 
Paulina 

Kaplan Jacob H, 163, 1914, 25 E 
Washington 

Kaplan Nathan M, 158, 1915, 1256 N 
Western av 

Karamanos Angelos K.U 600 Blue Is- 
land av 

Kargau Emanuel, 153, 1883, 901 W 
12th 

Kargau Harvey, 152, 1914, 108 E Gar- 
field blvd 

Kasen Herman, 163, 1911, 5850 W 
Chicago av 

Kaufman Charles H, 322, 1897, 355 E 
47th 

Kaye Edgar C, 152, 1891, 1953 W 
Monroe 

Keats Albert H, 321, 1892, 22 E Wash- 
ington 

Keefe James E, 152, 1887, t 104 S 
Michigan av 

Keith Robert P, 158, 1900, 29 E Mad- 
ison 

Kelley Ernest B, 163, 1902, 486 E 
31st 

Kelley Thomas H, 185, 1900, 2758 W 
North av 



Kellogg John S, 158, 1916, 25 E Wash- 
ington 

Kelly Jennie L, 154, 1892, 3347 W 
Madison 

Kelly John J, 158, 1904, 6202 Cottage 
Grove av 

Kelly Joseph R, 500 S Cicero av 

Kennedy David A, 158, 1897, 29 E 
Madison 

Kennedy Ernest, 158, 1912, 81 E Mad- 
ison 

Kenney Arthur F,11 220 S Michigan 

Kenyon Edward F, 154, 1895, 4259 Cot- 
tage Grove av 

Kern Ezra L, 239, 1884, 7005 N Clark 

Kerr Morris M, 158, 1909, 1564 Mil- 
waukee av 

Kerr Norman L, 163, 1905, 64 W Ran- 
dolph 

Kershaw Bert H, 158, 1896, 25 E Wash- 
ington 

Kester Palemon J, 239, 1877, 177 N 
State 

Kettles J Finley, 158, 1903, 736 E 63d 

Keyes John A, 158, 1907, 1556 W 69th 

Keyser Dixon B, 158, 1907, 6857 Went- 
worth av 

Kimball George F, 239, 1880, 5931 
Green 

Kimmel Nathan, 163, 1905, 2951 Arch- 
er av 

Kindt Herbert P, 158, 1907, 25 E 
Washington 

King August C, 158, 1907, 2011 S Hal- 
sted 

King Benj H.H 6928 N Clark 

Kinney John C, 158, 1899, 6419 Mary- 
. land av 

Kirby John L, 264, 1901, 59 E Madi- 
son 

Kirchner John A, 152, 1915, 6656 S 
Halsted 

Kirkwood Charles A, 156, 1895, 1562 
Milwaukee av 

Kjollerstrom Wilhelm, 159, 1886, 843 
Belmont av 

Klein Carl jr, 152, 189«, 25 E Wash- 
ington 

Klein Daniel D, 158, 1916, 2357 W 
North av 

Klinkert Carl S, 152, 1911, 3933 
Broadway 

Klumb Edward F, 163, 1908, 2451 N 
Maplewood av 

Knapp Ernest. L, 152, 1890, 9154 Com- 
mercial av 

Knapp George G, 158, 1900, 1203 W 
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R. L. POLK & CO.'S DENTAL. 



CHICAGO — Cont'd 

Knecht Frederick C, 158, 1905, 1363 

Wells 
Knowles Sidney J, 152, 1901, 108 N 

State 
Knox Sidney B, 158, 1910, 4201 W Mad- 
ison 
Kobrzynski John P, 1608 W Division 
Koch Albert F, 152, 1915. 701 S Kedzie 
Koeh A H, 158, 1915, 1954 Irving Park 

blvd 
Koch Harvey H, 152, 1916, 5130 Broad- 
way 
Koffman Lewis S, 152, 1915, 2555 W 

North av 
Kogan Louis, II 3511 Archer av 
Kohen Michael M, 158, 1916, 1601 S 

Homan av 
Kohler Ernest A, 154, 1891, 108 E 

Garfield blvd 
Kohn J Mary Metzger.H 2751 Flor- 
ence av 
Kohr Arthur B, 152, 1912, 2201 Bel- 
mont av 
Kokores Constantinos D, 152, 1912, 600 

Blue Island av 
Kolar Frank J, 152, 1890, 5 S Wabash 
Kolar Otto J, 152, 1901, 3957 W 16th 
Kopp O Wilson, 152, 1916, 5205 N 

Clark 
Korshak Harry M,l] 610 Blue Island av 
Kostowski John,11 4654 S Ashland av 
Kousnetz Louis B, 163, 1916, 633 S 

Marshfield av 
Krakow George J,1I 925 S Homan av 
Krai Theodore S, 158, 1909, 4600 N 

Kedzie av 
Krasnow Henry R,* 1346 S Halsted 
Kratky Alfred H.H 3959 W 16th 
Krause Henry, H 13315 Carondolet av 
Krebs Wm A, 163, 1905, 525 E 67th 
Kreeger H Meyer, 152, 1915, 4654 

Grand blvd 
Krejci Edward J, 163, 1915, 1838 W 

Harrison 
Krog Robert W, 163, 1905, 25 E Wash- 
ington 
Kruchevsky Abe S, 158, 1901, 1440 

Milwaukee av 
Kruchevsky Samuel S, 158, 1903, 1317 

S Halsted 
Krueger George E, 158, 1901, 735 W 

Madison 
Kubiak Frank S, 152, 1915, 11441 S 

Michigan av 
Kuderling Carl R, 152, 1894, 25 E 
Washington 



Kuester Wm, 152, 1888, 547 W North 

Kulvinsky Harry H, 158, 1915, 4558 S 
Ashland av 

Kuperman Adolph,1| 1303 Blue Island 

Kyriak Michael H, 152, 1912, 1124 
Wilson av 

Ladewich Louis, 158, 1894, 159 N 
State 

Lager Victor E, 163, 1911, 843 Bel- 
mont av 

Lambert Frank H, 217, 1899, 1301 N 
Clark 

LAM PERT ELMER E, Northwestern 
Univ Dental School, Chicago, 111, 
1897; Mem National Dental Assn 
and 111 State Dental Soc; Suite 2020 
Marshall Field Annex Bldg, 25 E 
Washington 

Lancaster Harvey M, 163, 1905, 2258 
W 24th 

Landesman Morris, 192, 1915, 1303 .S 
Harding av 

Lane Jesse P, 158, 1905, 305 E Gar- 
field blvd 
•Langdon Edwin L, 158, 1911, 3736 W 
Chicago av 

LaPierre Felix,t[ 2300 Milwaukee av 

Larkin Hugh A, 163, 1910, 4137 W 
North av 

Larkin Wm F, 158, 1905, 104 S Mich- 
igan av 

Larsen James A, 163, 1908, 1124 Wil- 
son av 

Larsen Lars A, 152, 1905, 3703 Irving 
Park blvd 

Larson John H, 152, 1914, 6220 S Hal- 
sted 

Lasbury Vincent, 158, 1896, 29 E Mad- 
ison 

Lasch Frances, 152, 1915, 734 S Kedzie 

Lasker Herman H, 158, 1902, 3819 W 
12th 

Lasker Maurice, 163, 1907, 1101 S 
Ashland blvd 

Lassagne Edmund J, 156, 1896, 159 N 
State • 

Latham Garnett, 158, 1911, 1971 W 
111th 

Latham Vida A, 239, 1891, 1644 Morse 

Lauderback A V,* 81 E Madison 

Lauer J C, 155, 1893, 1636 W End av 

Laughlin J Roland, 158, 1904, 306 E 
43d 

Laurence Harriet E,I 2050 Burling 

Lawrence Ivy G, 158, 1903, 627 Diver- 
sey Parkway 



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241 



Lawver Harry E, 158, 1907, 3038 E 
92d 

Lazear Davies, 158, 1915, 29 E Madi- 
son 

Lazear Wm W, 322, 1882, 29 E Mad- 
ison 

Leach Floyd D, 158, 1911, 25 E Wash- 
ington 

Leake Charles W,1I 22 E Washington 

Leavitt Richard A, 152, 1914, 3211 W 
Madison 

Leavitt Samuel H,ll 2634 W North av 

Lederie John P, 152, 1901, 2574 Lin- 
coln av 

Lee Henry C, 163, 1904, 3856 W Har- 
rison 

Lee Pierce E, 152, 1916, 4059 W Mad- 
ison 

Lee Victor L,. 163, 1910, 3401 N Paul- 
ina 

Leef Hyman A, 152, 1914, 2224 Poto- 
mac av 

LeFebre Richard D, 152, 1906, 3935 
W 26th 

Leininger Arthur AJ 1856 W North 

Leininger Charles S, 158, 1898, 1932 N 
Robey 

Leininger Luther R, 152, 1914, 1554 
W Division 

Leininger Michael, 152, 1890, 1554 W 
Division 

-Leitzman Charles H, 158, 1904, 135 S 
State 

Leonard Omar,tI 2059 W Madison 

Lerche Thorlief I, 163, 1909, 9215 Com- 
mercial av 

Letourneau Oswald C, 152, 1896, 18 S 
State 

Levin Samuel A, 163, 1907, 2101 W 
Division 

Levit Edward A,1I 3066 Armitage av 

Levy David A, 216, 1905, 1548 Belmont 

Levy Max B, 152, 1905, 5 S Wabash av 

Lewin Edwin A, 163, 1905, 1624 W 
Chicago av 

Lewin Morris H, 354, 1904, 220 S State 

Lewis Charles L, 263, 1911, 3801 S 
State 

LEWIS RALSTON I, D D S, Chicago 
Coll of Dental Surgery, Chicago, 111, 
1909; M D, Jenner Med Coll, Chica- 
go, 111, 1916; Mem National Dental 
Assn, 111 State and Chicago Dental 
Sees ; Practice Limited to Extrac- 



tion of Teeth, Administration of 
Gas and Oxygen for Surgical Opera- 
tions, Radiography of the Teeth; 
2039-2041, 25 E Washington 
Lewis Roy J, 163, 1911, 35381/2 Grand 
Lexa Wm G, 158, 1913, 1803 W 47th 
Libberton Ralph E, 158, 1898, 901 E 

75th 
Lichtenberg Charles W, 217, 1872, 

1118 S Ashland av 
Lichtenberg F Howard, 163, 1902, 801 

W 12th 
Lieber Maurice, 158, 1916, 901 Irving 

Park blvd 
Light Ralph E, 152, 1916, 500 S Cicero 
Light Wm, 158, 1906, 3948 Cottage 

Grove av 
Lind Charles L, 158, 1896, 1625 W Van 

Buren 
Lindaas Martin R, 152, 1914, 3137 

Montrose av 
Linderoth Nils H, 158, 1901, 5111 N 

Clark 
Lindholm Eric, 152, 1899, 9139 Com- 
mercial av 
Lindmark George E, 152, 1912, 1153 E 

63d 
Lindos John,1[ 1166 Grand av 
Lindstrom Carl, 152, 1898, 1022 Bel 

mont av 
Link Anton, 152, 1911, 3035 S Park av 
Link John L 158, 1903, 3435 Sheffield 
Link Wm J,tf 2405 N Halsted 
Lipe Charles C, 158, 1894, 7048 Rhodes 
Lippert Joseph L, 158, 1902, 2139 S 

Wabash av 
Lipsky Julius P.H 3313 W 12th 
Little Wm E, 156, 1895, 7 W Madison 
Loder Samuel K,1[ 4307 Grand blvd 
Loescher Charles M, 163, 1904, 1134 

Webster av 
Loewenthal Louis C, 163, 1916, 3656 

W North av 
Loftus Edward E, 152, 1902, 5 N Wa- 
bash av 
Logan Thomas H, 163, 1905, 1436 W 

55th 
LOGAN WM H G, M D, D D S, F A 
C S, Chicago Coll of Dental Surg, 
Chicago, 111, 1896; Am Coll of Med 
and Surgery, Med Dept Valparaiso 
Univ, Chicago, 111, 1904; Associate 
Prof of Surgery and Prof of Oral 
Pathology Chicago Coll of Dental 
Surg; Practice Limited to Oral 
Surg and Pyorrhea; 1615 Hey^^orth. 
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CHICAGO — Cont'd 

Lohmann E Mary, 152, 1914, 25 E 
Washington 

Long Edwin L, 152, 1905, 2009 Irving 
Park blvd 

Long Grace M, 158, 1915, 1204 E 47tli 

Loomis Arthur G, 158, 1909, 1173 E 
53d 

Looze John B, 158, 1903, 1952 Irving 
Park blvd 

Lord Wm F, 152, 1903, 25 E Washing- 
ton av 

Lotreck Frank, 163, 1906, 3959 W 26th 

Lotts Emory M, 158, 1899, 6248 Kim- 
bark av 

Louderback Andrew V, 158, 1905, 81 E 
Madison 

Ldurie Lloyd S, 186, 1899, 25 E Wash- 
ington 

Low James E,l[ 209 S State 

Ludwig Roscoe F, 300, 1866, 57 E Jack- 
son blvd 

Luenzmann Carl A.H 6903 S Halsted 

Luetscher George B, 158, 1905, 5058 S 
Ashland av 

Lumkes Wm J, 282, 1915, 6331 S 
Halsted 

Lunak Joseph F, 158, 1901 1656 Blue 
Island av 

Lund Charles D,1I 125 N Clark 

Lund Herman J, 158, 1911, 2354 N 
Kedzie blvd 

Lundeen Lars J, 152, 1912, 740 W 
Madison 

LUNDEN OSCAR S, D D S, North- 
western Univ Dental School, Chi- 
cago, 111, 1916; Mem Natl Dental 
Assn; 111 State and Chicago Dental 
Socs; Hours 9 a m to 5 p m; Tel 
Hyde Park 4396 and 6208; 1377 E 
63d 

Lustgarten Henry A, 158, 1916, 331 
E 47th 

Luther Earl O, 158, 1913, 426 E 61st 

Lutterman Eldredge J, 158, 1915, 677 
N Clark 

Lutwyche Frederick H,1I 1533 W Chi- 
cago av 

Luxmore Wm, 152, 1899, 104 S Mich- 
igan av 

Lyding John D, 158, 1908, 1201 E 
55th 

LYDING JOSEPH B, D D S, North- 
western Unlv Dental School, Chi- 
cago Til, 1908; Instructor in Dental 
Pathology at Same; Mem Chicago 



Dental Soc; 111 State Dental Soc; 

Natl Dental Assn and Kenwood 

Dental Soc of Chicago; 900 E 55th 
Lyle Arthur G, 163, 1905, 1142 Bryn 

Mawr av 
Lyman Isadore H,1I 374 E 61st 
Lynch John E,1It 2400 E 63d 
Lynott Charles E 262%, 1907, 6856 

Wentworth av 
Lyon George H,tl 340 E 58th 
LYON GEORGE J, D D S, Coll of 

Dentistry, Univ of 111, Chicago, 111, 

1904; Mem Natl 111 State and Chi- 
cago Dental Socs; Pyorrhea and 

Oral Hygiene; Suite 1733, 25 E 

Washington 
Lyons Henry E, 158, 1906, 435 W 

63d 
McArthur Thomas B, 158 1913, 1121 

Masonic Temple 
McBean Alex O, 152, 1894, 1330 Morse 
McCallin Sidney, 158, 1900, 25 E 

Washington 
McCallum John A, 152, 1916, 2757 Ful- 

lerton av 
McCallum J T M, 152, 1901, 3403 W 

Jackson blvd 
McCandless Charles B, 152, 1900, 108 

N State 
McCarthy Philip J, 153, 1897, 400 S 

Halsted 
McCarthy Thomas J, 163, 1907, 2401 

W Division 
McCarthy Wm.H 803 E 63d 
McCarty Charles H, 154, 1891, 29 E 

Madison 
McCarty Eugene F, 158, 1896, 4 W 

Garfield blvd 
McCarty W H, 158, 1901, 4 W Garfield 

blvd 
McCauley John B, 152, 1912, 1163 W 

Harrison 
McChesney James B,1I 145 N Clark 
McClevey Richard J, 152, 1899, 1204 

S Oakley av 
McClintock T C, 324, 1908. 22 E 

Washington 
McClure Thomas H, 300, 1890, 30 N 

Michigan av 
McCowen Eugene P, 158, 1904, 357 W 

63d 
McCULLOUGH THOMAS, DOS, 

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Philadelphia, Pa, 1889; Hours 9:30 

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McDermott Emmett E, 163, 1912, 530 

N Clark 
McDermott John C, 154, 1894, 130 E 

51st 
McDermott Peter, 158, 1900, 800 N 

Clark 
McDonald Arthur J, 152, 1915, 1057 

N Crawford 
McDonald David,* 4656 Indiana av 
McDonald John F, 168, 1905, 4159 W 

North av 
McDonnell Elii^abeth J, 158, 1900, 2458 

W 38th 
McElroy Joseph D, 163, 1903, 1159 W 

Garfield blvd 
McEwen Duncan W, 152, 1905, 3958 W 

12th 
McFarland Charles R, 152, 1916, 202 

E 35th 
McFarland John D, 152, 1916, 5851 

Wentworth av 
McGinnis Clyde W,1I 300 E 61st 
McGregor George F,ff 6541 Sheridan rd 
McGuire John Ctf 1838 W Harrison 
Mcintosh Fred H, 322, 1882, 843 Bel- 
mont av 
Mcintosh John E, 158, 1895, 1810 Wil- 
son av 
McKellops Henry L, 262, 1866, 168 W 

Oak 
McKenna Wm L, 158, 1913, 3513 

Lincoln av 
McKenzie Al Frederick, 158, 1913, 2400 

W North av 
McKenzie J E, 152, 1915, 4700 Ellis av 
McKibbin Wm H, 158, 1906, 4001 W 

26th 
McKlnley A D, 156, 1897, 1401 S Hal- 

sted 
McKinley Wm R, 152, 1905 E 22d 
McKnight A Ellwood.H 206 W 63d 
McLaren Arthur C, 158, 1907, 21 B 

Van Buren 
McLaren John L, 152, 1903, 737 Sheri- 
dan rd 
McLaughlin Frank J, 158, 1903, 1144 

Argyle 
McLean Wm R, 152, 1901, 1122 Bryn 

Mawr av 
McMahon Hugh A,!f 1182 Milwaukee 
McNamara Anna,tl 1523 W Chicago av 
McNeil Hugh, 152, 1891, 6757 Lafay- 
ette av 

Maas Leonard M, 158, 1905, 6220 S 

Halsted 
MacArthur John E, 152, 1904, 9903 

Ewing av 



MacBoyle Robert E, 152, 1900, 2460 N 
Clark 

MacDonald Alexander R, 158, 1900, 25 
E Washington 

Macdonald David, If 4656 Indiana av 

MacDonald John R, 158, 1901, 4600 N 
Clark 

MacDonald Norman A, 158, 1904, 7005. 
N Clark 

MacDonald Philip F, 158, 1905, 3353 
Ogden av 

MacFarlane George B, 158, 1897, 140 
N State 

Mach Adolph, 152, 1903, 2601 S Lawn- 
dale av 

Mack George, 158, 1901, 2450 N Clark 

MacKechnie Neil J, 152, 1904, 2373 
Lincoln av 

Mackenzie Reuben H,* 802 Milwaukee 

Mackinson John C, 163, 1904, 4654 
Cottage Grove av 

Macko Frank jr, 158, 1912, 800 Diver- 
sey pkway 

MacPherson Egbert E, 158, 1902, 1133 
E 63d 

Maddock Wm I, 158, 1899, 32 N State 

Madill George H, 152, 1896, 25 E Wash- 
ington 

MAGINNIS EUGENE, D D S, North- 
western Univ Dental School, Chica- 
go, 111, 1902; Instructor Special Pa- 
thology at Same; Mem Chicago Den- 
tal Soc; 111 State Dental Soc and 
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p m; Tel Randolph 5830; Suite 1529 
Marshall Field & Co Annex Bldg, 25 
E Washington 

Mahoney Joseph T,1[ 5414 S May 

Mahoney Wm D„11 5 E Garfield blvd 

Main Edwin B, 152, 1905, 3958 N Ro- 
bey 

Malkin Louis E, 158, 1905, 1638 W 
12th 

Manahan Elmer A, 152, 1916, 4958 W 
Chicago av 

Mann Henry J, 163, 1912, 3325 W 
12th 

Manning John A, 152, 1905, 843 N 
Sacramento blvd 

Manosevitch George A, 6304 S Hal- 
sted 

Manz Albert C, 152, 1903, 6860 S Hal- 
sted 

Marcinkiewicz Andrew J, 152, 1915, 
1225 N Ashland av 

Marie George J, 155, 1892, 3856 Grand 
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CHICAGO — Cont'd 

Mariner Wm B, 152, 1916, 3900 Cot- 
tage Grove av 

MARKEY CLARE C, D t) S, Univ 
of Mich, Coll of Dental Surg, Ann 
Arbor, Mich, 1901; Mem Natl Den- 
tal Assn; 111 State and Chicago 
Dental Socs; Supreme Sec-Treas 
Xi Psi Phi Fraternity; Mouth In- 
fection and Prophylaxis; 1436, 122 
S Michigan av 

Markle Albert M, 322, 1887, t 25 E 
Washington 

Marks David G, 158, 1903, 5 S Wa- 
bash av 

Marsden Charles L, 156, 1897, 9307 
Cottage Grove av 

Marshall Roy A, 158, 1912, 2105 Cleve- 
land av 

Martin Archibald A, 152, 1904, 207 N 
Western av 

Martin Benjamin F, 152, 1896, 140 N 
State 

Martin Carl D, 163, 1915, 3235 Fuller- 
ton av 

Martin Charles E, 152, 1904, 108 N 
State 

Martin George B, 152, 1890, 2205 Lin- 
coln av 

Martin John W, 152, 1893, 2758 W 
Madison 

Martin Joseph P, 152, 1900, 2357 W 
Madison 

Martin Lynn C, 152, 1915, 4228 Mil- 
waukee av 

Martin Watson J S, 154, 1891, 2859 W 
Madison 

Mashek Jarosh V, 158, 1900, 3144 W 
22d 

Massman Valentine, tf 59 E Madison 

Mathies James C, 158, 1903, 3639 W 
26th 

Mathisen Philip L, 158, 1901, 1505 E 
53d 

Mathison Wegor E, 152, 1914, 1050 
Wilson av 

Matteson Arthur E, 158, 1890,l[t 3908 
Cottage Grove av 

Matteson Murray G, 158, 1893, 3908 
Cottage Grove av 

Matthews Stewart A, 152, 1916, 3601 
Armitage av 

Mattingly Joseph, 152, 1907, 6317 S 
Halsted 

Maturzynjka Tekla M, 163, 1903, 1151 
Milwaukee av 



Mauermann Hugo C, 163, 1906, 4639 

Broadway 
MaWhinney Elgin, 152, 1887, 116 S 

Michigan av 
Maxon Alonzo J, 185, 1901, 501 W 

69th 
Maxwell George H, 158, 19(15, 6323 

Cottage Grove av 
Maxwell Wm A, 185, 1887, 5601 N 

Clark 
Maydwell Benjamin B,*1I 354 Garfield 
Mayer Otto, 158, 1911, 48 W Division 
Mayland Walter C, 158, 1912, 621 S 

Crawford av 
Maypole Alexander M, 152, 1904, 2207 

W VanBuren 
Meadow Marie, 163, 1910, 2001 Grand 
Mears Arthur J, 158, 1896, 39 S State 
Medsker Ora L, 158, 1895, 37 E 111th 
Meeks Clarence B, 163, 1906, 3742 

Elston av 
Meeks Daniel H, 158, 1901, 1105 E 

63d 
Meerhoff Charles E, 239, 1888, 25 E 

Washington 
Melde Martin T, 158, 1903, 68 W Chi- 
cago av 
Melze Emil A,l| 31 N State 
Menges Martin L, 154, 1895, 5858 S 

Halsted 
Mennell Alfred, 163, 1911, 159 N State 
Mercer Samuel O, 163, 1911, 1950 W 

Grand av 
Meredith J L, 152, 1913, 2754 W Mad- 
ison 
Merrifleld Frederick, 158, 1916, 32 N 

State 
Merrill F Burdette, 152, 1889, 32 N 

State 
Merriman Charles J, 152, 1888, 1954 

N Crawford av 
Merz Frank R, 163, 1902, 4449 N St 

Louis av 
Meserve A F, 320, 1902, 433 E 31st 
Methven Houston F, 158, 1900, 25 E 

Washington av 
Meyer Conrad J, 153, 1892, 2503 W 

Chicago av 
Meyer George E.H 4175 Irving Park 

blvd 
Meyer Julius F, 175, 1900, 1064 W 12th 
Meyers Arthur CH 202 E 35th 
Michener Roy D, 152, 1904, 1901 W 

Chicago av 
Michman Michael, 152, 1914, 1025 N 

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245 



Micklethwait Louis H, 152, 1911, 1553 
W Madison 

Mikolas Joseph R, 158. 1915, 5601 W 
22(i 

Miller Edward H, 158, 1897, 2140 S 
Wabash av 

Miller Emil.H 36 W Randolph 

Miller Goodman A, 158, 1902, 6 N 
Michigan av 

Miller Louis, 163, 1906. 3461 W 12th 

Miller Orden J, 158, 1904, 453 W 63d 

Miller Oscar H, 158, 1900, 108 N State 

Miller Preston E, 320, 1907, 25 E 
Washington 

Miller Thomas G, 152, 1914, 3203 W 
Madison 

Milligan Edward L, 158, 1901, 4601 
Broadway 

Mills George W, 154, 1892, 15 E Wash- 
ington 

Millyard Wm A, 152, 1902, 6223 N 
Clark 

Mindlin Albert, 163, 1905, 3230 W 12th 

Mindlin Barnett, 158, 1911, 1301 N 
Western av 

Minn Samuel, 152, 1914", 900 S Marsh- 
fleld av 

Misher Wunderlich, 160, 1901, 25 E 
Washington 

Mitchell George H, 163, 1914, 7042 
Stony Island av 

Mitchell J H,* 601 W Division 

Mitchell Wm A, 158, 1903, 6515 Lang- 
ley av 

Mitchell Wm G, 152, 1909, 11204 S 
Michigan av 

Mitchell Wm W,tl 4255 Vincennes av 

Mitten Charles L, 158, 1907, 4255 In- 
diana av 

Moeller Valentine F A, 154, 1891, 1326 
Milwaukee av 

Moelmann Edwin H,^ 1579 Milwaukee 

Moelmann Ernest 0,|[ 25 E Washing- 
ton 

Moll Bernard C,JI 108 N State 
MOLT FREDERICK F, D D S, Chi- 
cago Coll of Dental Surg, Chicago, 
111, 1901; Demonstrator of Radiog- 
raphy and Extraction at same; Vis- 
iting Anaesthetist Chicago Hosps; 
Mem National, 111 State and Chicago 
Dental Socs; Practice Limited to 
Radiography, Extraction of Teeth 
and Administration of Nitrous Ox- 
ide Gas and Oxygen for Surgical 
Operations; 1415 Marshall Field 
Annex Bldg 



Monahan J Emmet, 163, 1903, 1904 W 
Erie 

Monteith Ernst B.H 25 E Washington 

Montgomery Thomas A, 152, 1907, 1533 
Hyde Park blvd 

Mooers Charles E,tl 1511 E 57th 

Moore Frank A, 158, 1905, 3400 Laur- 
ence av 

Moore Wm D, 152, 1902, 220 S Michi- 
gan av 

Moore Wm E, 152, 1898, 2257 W Mad- 
ison 

Moorehead Ffederick B, 152, 1899, 122 
S Michigan av 

Morange Roderick M,1I 6255 S Ash- 
land av 

Morey Albert E, 152, 1893, 22 E Wash- 
ington 

Morey Frank E, 239, 1899, tl 39 S State 

Morey Montresor A, 300, 1892, 803 
Milwaukee av 

Morlan James L, 158, 1911, 25 E Wash- 
ington 

Morrell Charles G, 152, 1897, 25 E 
Washington 

Morse Charles L, 158, 1905, 2800 W 
Jackson blvd 

Morse Merwyn N, 158, 1913, 32 N 
State 

Mount James J, 152, 1901, 25 E Wash- 
ington 

Mozee Theodore R,ff 4709 S State 

Muchnic Abraham E,1I 1330 S Halsted 

Mueller 'Anton A, 153, 1895, 1854 W 
12th St blvd 

Mueller A H, 152, 1915, 7404 Green- 
view av 

Mughalian Levon B,jf 265 N Kedzie av 

MuUins J Frank, 322, 1900, 1816 S 
Halsted 

Mundell Ralph R, 163, 1906, 4132 Went- 
worth av 

Munn Edgar W, 320, 1884, 3141 N 
California av 

Munson Victor W, 195, 1898, 133 E 
47th 

Murphy Cornelius J, 152, 1896, 2618 
Lincoln av 

Murphy Everett L, 175, 1898, 538 W 
North av 

Murphy John R, 163, 1902, 5 S Wa- 
bash av 

Murphy Lawrence B, 163, 1907, 1605 
W VanBuren 

Murphy Robert B, 175, 1907, 736 E 
63d 

Murray Daniel R, 152, 1901, 700 E 36th 



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CHICAGO — Cont'd 
Murray Edward J, 152, 1896, 1532 Wil- 
son av 
Murray Joseph L, 163, 1904, 39 S State 
Murray Raymond D, 152, 1907, 2000 

W Madison 
Murrin Frank H,tl 3958 W Madison 
Murto Wm D, 160, 1899, 3506 Indiana 
Nalencz-Koniuszewski W J, 158, 1915, 

1227 Milwaukee av 
Nannestad S H, 152, 1904, 2226 N Cal- 
ifornia av 
Napper Sylvia M, 158, 1899, 2759 W 

22d 
Narbo Sven, 152, 1903, 2818 W North 
Naumann Arthur G, 163, 1905, 31 N 

State 
Neatz Emil, 152, 1911, 6000 S Halsted 
Neff Wm R, 158, 1899, 209 S State 
Neiman Benj J, 152, 1915, 209 S State 
Nelson George A.H 802 Milwaukee av 
Nelson George A jr, 158, 1905, 802 Mil- 
waukee av 
Nelson Ida G,1I 3652 S Wabash av 
Nelson John, 158, 1903, 822 Belmont 
Nelson J Frank, 152, 1902, 25 E Wash- 
ington 
Nelson Theo M, 163, 1906, 408 Wabash 
Nemmers G,* 930 Belmont av 
Nemmers Peter J L,1| 1651 Greenleaf 
Nevius George W, 152, 1899, 108 N 

State 
Nevius L W,* 108 N State = 
Newberger Alois D, 152, 1914, 5800 

Prairie av 
Newman Ernest C, 152, 1910, 1531 E 

51st 
Newman James L, 154, 1888, 3156 W 

Lake 
Newman Louis, If 1958 Milwaukee av 
Newton Herbert R, 158, 1915, 4662 N 

Rockwell 
Newton Herman C, 158, 1901, 25 E 

Washington 
Neymark David C, 152, 1912. 3350 12th 
Neymark Jacob L.H 3150 W 12th 
Nichol Clifton T, 158, 1911, 3500 S 

State 
Nichols Amos J,^ 152, 1885, 25 E Wash- 
ington 
Nichols James A,* 4781 Milwaukee av 
Nickerson Carl V, 158, 1909, 11224 S 

Michigan av 
Nickerson Martin, 156, 1894, 3039 E 

92d 
Noble Thomas S, 300, 1895. 1356 Wel- 
lington 



Nogard Axel.H 7930 Saginaw av 

Nonnamaker Fred C, 158, 1913, 1605 
W VanBuren 

Nordeen Emil L, 163, 1910, 953 Bel- 
mont av 

Norlander Waldo H, 152, 1914, 4604 
Calumet av 

Norman Sarah C, 158, 1903, 3143 N 
Kedzie av 

Normoyle Dennis J, 158, 1903, 1203 N 
Dearborn 

Norris Robert A,t[ 108 N State 

Norton Harry D, 152, 1914, 5636 W 
Madison 

Norton Joseph P. 152, 1902, 108 N 
State 

Norton J Witham,* 1006 Masonic 
Temple 

Norwood Benjamin I, 152, 1904, 3117 
Logan blvd 

Nowacki Walerjan W, 163, 1907, 2891 
Milwaukee av 

Noyes Edmund, 152, 1884, 108 N State 

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Baltimore, Md, 1893; D D S, North- 
western Univ Dental School, Chica- 
go, 111, 1895; Instr Angle School of 
Orthodontia; Prof Orthodontia and 
Dental Histology, Univ of Illinois 
Coll of Dentistry; Hon Mem Am 
Soc of Orthodontists; Mem Natl 
Dental Assn, 111 State and Chicago 
Dental Socs, Am Med Assn and 
Alumni Assn Angle School of Or- 
thodontia; Practice Limited to Or- 
thodontia; 122 S Michigan av 

iNylund Oscar C, 158, 1890, 30 N 
Michigan av 

Nyman John E, 152, 1892, t 30 N Michi- 
gan 

Ocasek Wm, 152, 1903, 1500 Crawford 

O'Connor Charles F, 154, 1895, 30 N 
Michigan av 

O'Connor Thomas M, 152, 1902, 16 N 
Kedzie 

O'Connor Walter E, 158, 1913, 7852 S 
Halsted 

O'Dell Charles, 152, 1891, 5 N LaSalle 

Offill Robert H, 269, 1903, 2678 E 75th 

Offill Wm A, 158, 1911, 306 E 43d 

Ofner Spencer E, 158, 1913, 239 E 
51st 

O'Hara Mathew M, 158, 1905, 5504 
Kenwood av 

O'Herrin James C, 152, 1903, 4007 W 
Madison 




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247 



Ohmer Walter J, 300, 1901, 1142 Wil- 
son av 

Ohtness Sigurd H, 158, 1909, 5225 N 
Clark 

Olafsson Olaf J, 158, 1905, 2749 W Di- 
vision 

Olcott Harry L, 152, 1900, 25 E Wash- 
ington 

Olech Joseph B, 158, 1913, 1550 N 
Robey 

Olkon David M, 158, 1899, 31 N State 

Olsen Carlton P, 250, 1906, 6 N Mich- 
igan av 

Olsen Fred A H, 158, 1904, 2010 Mil- 
waukee av 

Olshan Hirsh G, 158, 1911, 1900 W Di- 
vision 

Olson Aaron M, 158, 1903, 5201 Broad- 
way 

Olson Claire M, 354, 1900, 7 W Madi- 
son 

Omsberg Charles S, 158, 1905, 59 E 
Madison 

O'Neal Henry E, 152. 1905, 3200 Ar- 
mitage av 

O'Neill Arthur D, 152, 1894, 108 N 
State 

Onthank Joseph J, 158, 1898, 958 Web- 
ster av 

Opheim Martin L, 158^ 1896; 3000 
Lincoln av 

Optiz Herman H, 159, 1897. 1044 Bel- 
mont av 

Ordon Henry J.H 1053 Milwaukee av 

Orloff Louis D, 163, 1916, 2538 -W 
North av 

Orr Clark, 158, 1900, 6955 Eggleston 

Orr Hal Nelson, 152, 1904, 25 E Wash- 
ington 

Paden Charles M, 160, 1901, 25 E 
Washington 

Paden Seymour D, 163, 1903, 3200 W 
North av 

Page Charles S, 239, 1886, 159 N State 

Page Robert R, 158, 1915, 138 Gran- 
ville av 

Paine Frank A, 152. 1891, t 1124 Wil- 
son av 

Palese Joseph D, 163, 1912, 928 S 
Haisted 

Palmer Ellas B,|I 845 Milwaukee av 

Palmer John B, 158, 1890t 108 N 
State 

Papantonopulos Nicholas G, 11 535 S 
Haisted 

Papsdorf Paul G, 152, 1915, 153 W 
69th 



Parker Charles H, 156, 1895, 4701 
Drexel blvd 

Parker Frederick W, 158, 1899, 81 E 
Madison 

Parker Hale G jr, 158, 1913, 3510 
S State 

Parker Harry W, 158, 1916, 138 N 
Cicero av 

Parker Ralph W, 158, 1899, 81 E Mad- 
ison 

Parlin Albert, 158, 1915, 3004 W 12th 

Parro Earl D, 152, 1916, 1125 W 79th 

Partridge Benjamin S, 158, 1906, 1230 
E 63d 

Patterson Charles M, 321, 1902, 4258 
Cottage Grove av 

Patterson Ira CH 3201 Irving Park 
blvd 

Patton David H R, 216, 1895, 2204 
Michigan av 

Paul Charles H, 152, 1904, 1000 N Cal- 
ifornia av 

Payne Eugene 1,11 2539 N Kedzie blvd 

Pearce Arthur J, 152, 1908, 131 E 11th 

PECK ADELBERT H, M D, D D S, Chi- 
cago Coll of Dental Surg, Chica- 
go, 111, 1888; M D, Rush Med Coll, 
Chicago, 111, 1891; Ex-Prof Materia 
Medica and Therapeutics, Chicago 
Coll of Dental Surg; Ex-Prof of Den- 
tal Pathology, Medicine and Medical 
Therapeutics, Northwestern Unlv 
Dental School; Former Dean Coll of 
Dentistry, Univ of 111; Bx-Pres Na- 
tional, 111 State and Chicago Dental 
Socs; 1601 Marshall Field Annex 
Bldg 

Peck Sheldon, 152, 1896, 108 N State 

Pederson George N, 152. 1911, 8710 
Vincennes av 

Pelka Frank X. 152, 1914, 1609 W 18th 

Pellage Rudolph A, 152, 1901, 2959 Lin- 
coln av 

Pelton John G, 158, 1912, 5039 W Chi- 
cago av 

Penberthy LaVerne E, 158, 1915, 1746 
Estes av 

Pendergast Walter T,1[ 2349 N West- 
ern av 

Percival Franklin R, 158, 1905, 954 E 
43d 

Perkins Robert S, 152, 1893, 37 S Wa- 
bash av 

Perl Emil, 152, 1902, 1337 Larrabee 

Perl Frank C, 152, 1902, 1959 Washing- 
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CHICAGO — Cont'd 

Perlin Maurice MJ 1000 S Paulina 

Perlis Marcus DJ 1624 W 12th 

Perlove Alexander J, 321, 1907, 1217 S 
Halsted 

Perry George B, 288, 1891, t 25 E Wash- 
ington 

Persinger A C, 158, 1905, 1658 W Chi- 
cago av 

Person Allgot G, 163, 1916, 11055 S 
Michigan av 

Persons Albert D, 158, 1900, 25 E 
Washington 

Peters Wm A, 158, 1903, 1256 E 75th 

Peterson Clarence H, 158, 1916, 5412 N 
Clark 

Peterson David A, 163, 1905, 3553 W 
North av 

Peterson David W,1I 852 Belmont av 

Peterson Octave W, 158, 1900, 600 N 
Cicero av 

Petraitis Peter,11 10756 S Michigan av 

Petrie Scott T, 152, 1915, 1118 N Fran- 
cisco av 

Pfeifer Josephine D, 154, 1892, f 25 E 
Washington 

Pfennig Ernst, 153, 1888, 1217 Cly- 
bourn av 

Pfennig Ernst jr, 158, 1913, 1217 Cly- 
bourn av 

Pfister Joseph A, 152, 1914, 2294 Mil- 
waukee av 

Phifer LeRoy H, 163, 1907, 4254 In- 
diana av 

Phillips Albert E, 152, 1902, 32 N State 

Phillips David W, 158, 1916, 2200 E 
71st 

Phillips Donald L, 158, 1896, 402 Engel- 
wood av 

Phillips Frank E, 152, 1892, 25 E Wash- 
ington 

Phillips Herbert E, 158, 1901, 5457 S 
Ashland av 

Phillips Wm CH 5648 W Madison 

Pickard Edward C, 152, 1904, 31 N 
State 

Piehl Paul A, 155, 1891, 1234 N Ar- 
tesian av 

Pierce Jesse A, 262, 1901, 845 Milwau- 
kee av 

Pihlfeldt Edward A, 158, 1909, 1954 N 
Crawford av 

Pike Charles M, 152, 1910, 3179 Broad- 
way 

Pinkerton Rawson K, 158, 1899, 6201 
Kenwood av 



Pinney Harry B, 152, 1900, 25 E Wash- 
ington 

Pitcher Wm H, 323, 1876, 2772 Lin- 
coln av 

Pitt Wm A, 152, 1895, 25 E Washing- 
ton 

Pitts George W, 152, 1895, 25 E Wash- 
ington 

Pitts Jay F, 158, 1900, 64 W Randolph 

Plachota John J, 163, 1914, 2601 S 
Kedzie av 

Plattenburg Cyrus B,t[ 15 E Washing- 
ton 

Platts Lewis A, 152, 1906, 5205 N Clark 

Plummer Joseph H, 163, 1906, 3801 S 
State 

Pollice Joseph, 152, 1916, 353 W Divi- 
sion 

Pontious Wm H, 154, 1890, 59 E Mad- 
ison 

Pooley Alex B, 158, 1913, 800 N Clark 

Pope Alexander, 152, '1901, 29 E Mad- 
ison 

Porath Edla Alice, 163, 1912, 3625 W 
22d 

Porath Fred E, 163, 1911, 3625 W 22d 

Porges Arthur I, 152, 1897, 108 N 
State 

Porter Franklin,1f 6301 S Halsted 

Postle Merton M, 158, 1912, 7300 Vin- 
cennes av 

Potter D Clyde,!! 4358 N Leavitt 

Pottle Lovejoy, 158, 1904, 5660 W Lake 

Potts Herbert A, 158, 1895, 31 N State 

Poundstone George C, 158, 1902. 2605 
Milwaukee av 

Powell Halford G,1I 18 S State 

Powell T Elhanan, 152, 1893, f 159 N 
State 

Powell W Bryant, 282, 1894, 5659 
Wentworth av 

Poyner Frederick A, 152, 1908, 25 E 
Washington 

Prendergast Louis G.H 1533 E 53d 

Prendergast Michael J, 152, 1896, 29 E 
Madison 

Prettyman Ralph W, 158, 1913, 1200 
Thorndale av 

Prettyman Raymond B, 195, 1897, 203 
E 39th 

Preusker Gustaf Alvin, 163, 1906, 457 
W North av 

Price Albert,1I 5207 S Ashland av 

Price Ernest E, 158, 1913, 954 Wright- 
wood av 

Price Frank J R, 152, 1903, 543 E 47th 



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Price Gideon A, 155, 1891, 25 E Wash- 
ington 
Price Herbert G, 152, 1910, 447 N Ked- 

zie av 
Price Robert N,1I 1959 W Chicago av 
Prickett Harrison D, 269, 1902, 871 E 

63d 
Printz M M, 158, 1904, 4235 Lake 

Park av 
Pritchard M H, 175, 1901, 1400 N Clark 
Probasco Walter E, 320, 1899, 1133 E 

63d 
Prothero James H, 262, 1890, Lake and 

Dearborn 
Prugh Elmer A, 152, 1914, 4500 W 

Harrison 
Pruyn Charles P, 152, 1885, f 108 N 

State 
Pruyn Walter M, 158. 1911, 108 N 

State 
Puffer George R, 158, 1906, 1002 Wil- 
son av 
Purdie John C, 152, 1907, 5015 N Clark 
Puterbaugh Pliny G, 152, 1902, 1747 

Harrison 
Quigley Howard J, 158, 1916, 4804 W 

Madison 
Quinlan James L, 152, 1904, 326 E 51st 
Raedel Ewald H, 152, 1906, 104 S 

Michigan av 
Rafferty Orie J, 152, 1902, 3201 W 

Madison 
Rains Roland, 163, 1905, 4770 Lincoln 
Raleigh Robert E, 152, 1898, 523 S 

Crawford av 
Rand Lon G, 154, 1895, 2003 Roscoe 
Randall Earl W, 158, 1915, 316 N 

Civero av 
Randall Frederic P, 152, 1903, 2572 

Lincoln av 
Rankins Lovina E, 154, 1890, 4857 

Prairie av 
Rasch Christian A, 158, 1907, 9144 

Commercial av 
Ratner David J, 158, 1916, 3456 W 12th 
Raubolt Walter F, 152, 1904, 300 S 

Western av 
Rea Owen L, 152, 1902, 3528 Ogden av 

REAM FREDERICK K, M D, Rush 
Med Coll, Chicago, 111, 1892; D D S, 
Chicago Coll of Dental Surgery, Chi- 
cago, 111, 1890; Prof Anaesthesia 111 
Post-Grad Med School; Mem Am 
Med Assn, Chicago Med Soc, Physi- 



cians' Club, 111 State and Chicago 
Dental Socs; Practice Limited to 
Oral Surgery and Dental Radiogra- 
phy; Office 1407 Masonic Temple; 
New York City Office, Aeolian Hall 

Reardon A G, 152, 1905, 4754 Wash- 
ington blvd 

Reay Milton F.H 2400 W 63d 

REBER WM F, 158, 1891; Teacher of 
Prophylaxis and Cure of Pyorrhea; 
Mem National Dental Assn, 111 State 
and Chicago Dental Socs; Inventor 
of the Reber Napkin Holder; Suite 
1301, 25 E Washington 

Reed Forest D, 158, 1898, 1230 E 63d 

Reedy George, 152, 1888, 435 E 71st 

REESE CHARLES N, D D S, North- 
western Univ Dental School, Chi- 
cago, 111, 1898; Specialist in Pros- 
thetic Dentistry; Pres and Treas 
Chicago Dental Labratory Co; 34 W 
Lake 

Reeves Wm T, 152, 1891, t 1421 Ma- 
sonic Temple 

Rehm George J, 152, 1901, 2301 W 
Harrison 

Rehnstrom J Ernest, 158, 1900, 1166 N 
Clark 

Reiber Frank J, 152, 1905, 3201 Wash- 
ington blvd 

Reid James G, 300, 1876, 5 S Wabash 

Reid Thomas, 158, 1899, 122 S Michi- 
gan av 

Reischauer Ernest F", 152, 1909, 4194 
Elston av 

Reiseman Henry, 163, 1916, 1526 W 
Madison 

Renner Horace N, 300, 1884, 304 W 
63d 

Rennie Arthur L,l| 5200 W Madison 

Rennie Leland J,* 3196 Elston av 

Rennie Will J,1I 1501 E 67th 

Renno Henry J, 158, 1905, 1663 W 63d 

Renter John L, 152, 1903, 4841 Milwau- 
kee av 

Revnes Isidor, 321, 1900, 1330 S Hal- 
sted 

Reynolds Frederick E ,152, 1892, 453 
W 63d 

Reynolds George F, 158, 1906, 200 E 
31st 

Reynolds Thomas F, 158, 1905, 153 W 
69th 

Rice Charles V, 163, 1902, 15 E Wash- 
ington 

Rice Ogilvie A,1I 1926 Milwaukee av 

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CHICAGO — Cont'd 

Richards Miner T, 152, 1905, 143 N 
Kedzie av 

Richardson Frank M, 152, 1900, 25 E 
Washington 

Richardson George H, 155, 1900, 59 E 
Madison 

Richardson John H, 152, 1912, 3118 N 
Clark 

Richardson Ulysses M,1[ 57 E Jackson 
blvd 

Ridgway James B,11 1117 Masonic Tem- 
ple 

Ridley Sylvester R, 152, 1907, 2337 W 
12th 

Riedel Berold R,11 1827 Blue Island av 

Rietdyk John, 158, 1913, 7207 S Hal- 
sted 

Riggs Robert M, 152, 1899, 2146 Wash- 
ington blvd 

Rightman Simon M, 158, 1907, 849 W 
12th 

Rimes Wm F, 158, 1898,11 357 W 63d 

Rink Henry T, 152, 1900, 1967 Mil- 
waukee av 

Risinger Harry R, 158, 1897, 108 N 
State 

Risinger Ira H, 158, 1905, 25 E Wash- 
ington 

Ritenour Willys Y, 152, 1915, 301 S 
Halsted 

RITTENHOUSE FRED M, D D S, 
Northwestern Univ Dental School, 
Chicago, 111, 1896; Mem National 
Dental Assn, Illinois State and Chi- 
cago Dental Socs; 5649 Blackstone 
avenue 

Ritter Jesse W, 158, 1897, 32 N State 

ROACH F E, D D S, Northwestern 
Univ Dental School, Chicago, 111, 
1894; Prof and Head of Dept of Pro- 
sthetic Dentistry, Chicago College 
of Dental Surgery, 59 E Madison 

Roberts Grnat J,!I 2551 Sheffield av 

Roberts Solomon H, 163, 1912, 602 W 
North av 

Robertson Duncan P, 322, 1892, 108 N 
State 

Robertson John D, 239, 1885, 1216 Ma- 
sonic Temple 

Robinson Clifton R, 152, 1905, 3636 
Wrightwood av 

Robinson Forest L, 152, 1914, 259 E 
35th 

Rocke Alfred E, 152, 1899, 1820 S Hal- 
sted 

Rockoff Abraham L, 152, 1914, 2301 
Taylor 



Rodosy Adolph, 169, 1901, 1545 W Di- 
vision 

Roe Claude B, 239, 1898, 209 S State 

Roe Frank C, 160, 1900, 2843 Milwau- 
kee av 

Roe Walter, 158, 1915, 4005 W North 

Roegner Emil F, 152, 1909, 4101 W 
26th 

Rogers Neill O, 158, 1912, 104 E 51st 

ROHWEDDER HERMAN H, M D, D 
D S, Northwestern Univ Dental 
School, Chicago, 111, 1900; 111 Med 
College, Chicago, 111, 1904; Mem Na- 
tional, 111 State and Chicago Dental 
Socs; Pyorrhea and Prophylaxis; 
Hours 9 a m to 5 p m; Tel Central 
5101; 5 N Wabash av 

Rome Harry C, 152, 1914, 1223 Mil- 
waukee av 

Rosen J G, 152, 1911, 3136 W 12th 

Rosenblum Maurice, 158, 1916, 209 ^ 
State 

Rosenhouse Aaron J, 158, 1915, 632S 
May 

Rosenzweig Isadore M,ll 1138 S Ash- 
land blvd 

Rosenzweig Nathan M, 152, 1914, 1410 
W 12th 

Ross Dana W, 152, 1907, 3767 South- 

- port av 

Ross Edward D,r3449 N Crawford av 

Ross Frank A.H 322 S State 

Ross James H, 158, 1909, 5969 South 
blvd 

Rossyn Isidore M,!I 3515 W 12th 

Roth Abraham, 163, 1912, 1176 Mil- 
waukee av 

Roth Wm H, 152, 1899, 37 S Wabash 

Roth Y Joseph, 152, 1900, 25 E Wash- 
ington 

Rotzoll Albert M, 163, 1910, 2001 Law- 
tghcg £lv 

Rotzoll Paul A, 163, 1905, 1100 Milwau- 
kee av 

Rouf Jacob M, 158, 1897, 1514 Milwau- 
kee av 

Rounseville Charles F, 158, 1899, 2758 
W Van Buren 

Rowan Wm A, 158, 1911, 9154 Com- 
mercial av 

Rowland Thomas J,1I 1407 Masonic 
Temple 

Royce Edward A, 322, 1878, 22 E Wash- 
ington 

Ruggles Fred J, 185, 1895, 24 N Wa- 
bash av 

Rust Austin J, 270, 1911, 1000 Belmont 




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Ruthenberg Otto A, 152, 1890, 163 W 
Chicago av 

Ryan Frank J, 163, 1903, 3159 W Jack- 
son blvd 

Ryan Frank S, 158, 1915, 1531 E 68th 

Ryan Wm S, 158, 1915, 6024 Wood- 
lawn av 

Saaverda Henri, 152, 1914, 2001 W 
Madison 

Salisbury Ackland.ff 925 Center 

Salmon Hugh H, 152, 1895, 21 E Van 
Buren 

Sanberg Frank E, 158, 1903, 166 W Gar- 
field blvd 

Sanborn Joseph W, 152, 1915, 59 B 
Madison 

Sanderow Boris K, 152, 1915, 1346 S 
Halsted 

Satek Edward, tl 1855 W 51st 

Sauer Andrew W, 158, 1903, 4337 Lin- 
coln av 

Sauer Raymond. 158, 1904, 5449 S Hal- 
sted 

Saunders Roland P, 152, 1905, 3645 
Cottage Grove av 

Sayre Benjamin F,1I 4712 S State 

Scanlon Walter R, 152, 1911, 672 E 
37th 

Schaefer Joseph E, 152, 1907, 1511 E 
57th 

Schaffner Herbert H, 163, 1911, 2401 
Lawrence av 

Scharff Ferdinand H, 158, 1905, 32 N 
State 

Scheffer Bernhard H,1I 1341 S Halsted 

Scheiner Otto, 152, 1903, 5215 N 40th 

Scherman Fred F, 155, 1891, 1739 W 
Chicago av 

Scheuerman Charles S,^ 15 E Wash- 
ington 

Schiff David C, 158, 1900, 64 W Ran- 
dolph 

Schiller Victor R, 152, 1900, 1723 S 
Ashland av 

Schiltz Nicholas J, 152, 1914, 3201 W 
63d 

Schimek Ignatius A, 158, 1899, 1800 S 
Ashland av 

Schleiffarth Herman F, 152, 1901, 37 
S Wabash av 

Schlies Edward W, 163, 1914, 4058 Ar- 
mltage av 

Schloesser Charles D, 152, 1900, 709 E 
39th 

Schlotfeldt Charles, 158, 1898, 2758 W 
North av 

Schluchter LeRoy S, 152. 1914. 1217 
Clybourn av 



Schmidt Fred,1I 623 E 63d 

Schmidt Oscar C, 158, 1903, 2100 W 
35th 

Schmitt Eugene, U 929 Belmont av 

Schmitz Mathias L, 152, 1904, 5606 
Winthrop av 

Schmuck Emil A, 158, 1906, 25 E 
Washington 

Schneider Adolph E, 158, 1901, 25 E 
Washington 

Schneider George, 152, 1900, 3652 
Evanston av 

Schnell Theodore W,1I 600 S Western 

Schock George F,t| 524 S Cicero av 

Schoen John,1[ 25 E Washington . 

Schoenbrod Abraham M,1I 238 N Cic- 
ero av 

Schoenbrod Maurice S, 158, 1899, 2534 
W North av 

Schoolman Harry M, 163, 1911, 1556 W 
Chicago av 

Schoondermark Arthur.H 336 E 43d 

Schrayer Nathan, 143, 1894, 866 Mil- 
waukee av 

Schroder Theodore, 163, 1905, 11224 S 
Michigan av 

Schroeder Walter H, 163, 1915, 2757 W 
Madison 

Schubert Grover O, 158, 1915, 6861 
Stony Island av 

SCHUHMANN HENRY H, M D, D 
D S, Univ of Mich Coll of Dental 
Surg, Ann Arbor, Mich, 1889; M D 
Hahnemann Med Coll and Hosp, 
Chicago, 111, 1893; Diploma Haskel 
Post-Grad School of Dentistry; Prof 
Oral Surg and Dental Pathology 
Hahnemann Med Coll and Hosp; 
Mem Michael Reese Hosp Staff and 
Clinical Soc; Natl Dental Assn, 111 
State and Chicago Dental Socs; Del- 
ta Sigma Delta Fraternity, Am Med 
Assn, 111 State and Chicago Med 
Socs; Hours 9 a m to 12 m and 
1:30 to 5 p m, except Sunday; 1519 
Marshall Field Annex Bldg, Tel Cen- 
tral 7165 and at Residence Midway 
3397 

Schuhmann Robert, 152, 1914, 3659 S 
Halsted 

Schultz Carl F, 152, 1902, 6300 S Ash- 
land av 

Schultz Louis, 152, 1901, 25 E Wash- 
ington 

Schultze Louis, 158, 1908, 1548 Bel- 
mont av 

Schurer Anton J. 152. 1903. 3656 W 
North av 



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CHICAGO — Cont'd 

Schuurman Peter H, 152, 1914, 1010 W 
Jackson blvd 

Schwartz Fred P, 158, 1913, 25 E 
Washington 

Schwartz George W, 185, 1890, 25 E 
Washington 

Schwartz Michael, 158, 1913, 1579 Mil- 
waukee av 

Schwartz Milton D, 158, 1909, 2328 Mil- 
waukee av 

Schycker Carl W, 152, 1892, 6242 S 
Halsted 

Schycker Moritz, 321, 1883, 2459 Went- 
worth av 

Scott Edgar M.H 8361 Burley av 

Scott James, 163, 1903, 7159 S Halsted 

Scritsmier Augustus J, 152, 1905, 730 
N Franklin 

Seaborg John W, 158, 1913, 6255 S Ash- 
land av 

Seal Henry R, 152, 1910, 5204 Broad- 
way 

Searl ■ Charles L, 15*8, 1906, .459 E 43d 

Searles Charles S, 185, 1888, 25 E 
Washington 

Sears Harry E, 158, 1901, 645 W 120th 

Sears Victor H, 163, 1916, 35 W Jack- 
son blvd 

Sebolt Frank B,11 6459 Cottage Grove 

Sederholm Henry A,!f 3864 Cottage 
Grove av 

Seeglitz Albert G, 152, 1890, 170 W 
North av 

Seeglitz Otto E, 152, 1887, 170 W North 

Seghers Emiel, 155, 1891, 5046 S Ash- 
land av 

Seidscheck John J, 152, 1899, 10 N 
Clark 

Seller Ernest C, 152, 1911, 2801 Shef- 
field av 

Selleck Arthur F, 152, 1893, 1118 Ma- 
sonic Temple 

Selleck Charles H, 152, 1906, 25 E 
Washington 

Sellery Ira B, 158, 1899, 25 E Wash- 
ington 

Semerak Wm A,11 1223 W 18th 

Severns Edgar C, 158, 1896, 25 E 
Washington 

Shaeffer Simon B, 152, 1905, 4701 
Sheridan rd 

Shaffer James McC, 158, 1898, 128 E 
33d 

Shallanberger Wm C, 160, 1899, 5057 
Indiana av 



Shapinsky Jacob F, 195, 1902, 572 W 
12th 

Shapira Chas A, 158, 1916, 305 E Gar- 
field blvd 

Shaver Maitland V,tl 3621 Irving Park 
blvd 

Shaw Arthur J, 229, 1913, 5540 W Chi- 
cago av 

Shaw Harry V, 163, 1905, 5600 W Chi- 
cago av 

Shay Amanda A, 163, 1912, 4347 W 
Adams 

Shay Wm G, 163, 1914, 4401 W Madi- 
son 

Shay Wm M, 158, 1901, 1958 W Chica- 
go av 

Shedd John W,11t 104 S Michigan av 

Sheehy Mark K, 152, 1914, 3795 Arch- 
er av 

Sheehy Wm J, 152, 1900, 700 W 47th 

Sheesley Curt L, 121, 1913, 4604 Calu- 
met av 

Sher Wm V,1I 2534 W North av 

Shere Alexander A, 163, 1907, 1223 
S Halsted 

Shesler John T, 158, 1916, 633 Lincoln 
pkway 

Shimandle Edward A, 152, 1914, 3405 
W 26th 

Shless Abraham L, 158, 1902, 1237 S 
Halsted 

Shoore Leo J, 158, 1912, 2500 Division 

Sibal Louis, 152, 1915, 2139 S Craw- 
ford av 

Sievers Detlef, 152, 1900, 3205 Flour- 
noy 

Sigel S Albert, 152, 1914, 2513 N Ked- 
zie bldv 

Simmons Howard L, 158, 1896, 32 N 
State 

Simon Herman, 152, 1916, 1122 W 63d 

Simonek Bedrich K,1I 1669 Blue Island 
avenue 

Simpson Otis E, 158, 1896, 1442 E 55th 

Singer David S, 354, 1898,11 64 W Ran- 
dolph 

Singer Joel I, 163, 1907, 2400 W Van 
Buren 

Sitkin John J, 152, 1914, 1926 W Madi- 
son 

SIVERLING GEORGE E, D D S, 
Northwestern Univ Dental School, 
Chicago, 111, 1905; Patentee of 
"Odontometer;" Mem Delta Sigma 
Delta, Chicago Odontographic and 
Northern 111 Dental Socs; Tel Cen- 
tral 5197; 1723 Marshall Field An- 
nex Bldg 



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Skalstad Carl A, 156, 1896, 3326 Ful- 
lerton av 

Skillen Wm G, 158, 1911, 1128 Argyle 

Skinner Edward P, 158, 1897, 25 E 
Washington 

SKINNER FRANK H, D D S, Amer- 
ican Coll of Dental Surgery (North- 
western Univ Dental School), Chi- 
cago, 111, 1895; Mem Natl Dental 
Assn, 111 State Dental and Northern 
111 Dental Socs, Chicago Dental Re- 
search Club, Fox River Dental Assn, 
Etc: Inventor of the "Little Giant 
Post Puller," 25 B Washington 

Skoien Ivan M, 152, 1914, 4216 Irving 
Park blvd 

Slack Roy B,1[ 3638 Ogden av 

Slotkovitz Samuel E, 152, 1910, 930 
Blue Island av 

Smalley David A, 158, 1899, 4 W On- 
tario 

Smedberg Ernest O, 160, 1901, 222 N 
State 

Smeltzer Norman R, 152, 1915, 5050 
Armitage av 

Smeltzer Warren H,l| 3073 N Avers av 

Smith Ard P, 152, 1892, 29 B Madison 

Smith Charles E, 152, 1908, 7235 Went- 
worth av 

Smith David B,1I 6257 St Lawrence av 

Smith Elmer K,t1[ 736 E 63d 

Smith George B, 158, 1912, 108 N 
State 

Smith George W,11 3800 Ogden av 

Smith Harold S, 158, 1905, 1010 Bel- 
mont av 

Smith Henry S, 152, 1897, 1044 Bel- 
mont av 

Smith James P, 158, 1904, 357 W 63d 

Smith John K,11 132 E 22d 

Smith Kenneth F, 152, 1911, 2136 In- 
diana av 

Smith Marvin E,If 108 N State 

Smith Norton V, 158, 1899, 3203 N 
Clark 

Smith Owen B, 152, 1902, 1260 W Mad- 
ison 

Smith Pepper W, 163, 1916, 4200 Lin- 
coln av 

Smith Thomas M, 154, 1894, 1900 
Montrose av 

Smith Wm H jr, 152, 1910, 3245 Armi- 
tage av 

Smyser Jacob H, 152, 1890,t 1209 Ma- 
sonic Temple 

Snodgrass Edward G, 300, 1889; 239, 
1893, 340 N Central av 



Snow James M, 158, 1898, 25 E Wash- 
ington 

Snow W Edward, H 25 B Washington 

Snyder Harry C, 160, 1899, 4658 S Ash- 
land av 

Snyder H Dale, 158, 1907, 3534 Ful- 
lerton av 

Snyder Raymond E, 158, 1915, 818 Lill 

Soeder Francis A, 152, 1910, 32 Ar- 
cade bldg 

Soellner Oscar C,![ 5900 S Ashland av 

Somerville David M, 158, 1905, 1555 W 
Madison 

Sommerfield Nate, 163, 1915, 2812 Mil- 
waukee 

Sommerfield Oscar B, 163, 1904, 1100 
Lake 

Sorenson Alfred, 152, 1912, 39 W 
Adams 

Sorley Milford S, 152, 1915, 10 N Al- 
bany av 

Soucek Edward, H 3335 W 26th 

Sowler Alexander M, 152, 1898, 3635 
Lawrence av 

Spera Frank S, 152, 1911, 3101 W 22d 

Sperling Isaac D, 239, 1883, 1415 Ma- 
sonic Temple 

Spiro Bernard, 152, 1916, 3816 W 16th 

Spitz Oscar I, 152, 1897, 25 E Wash- 
ington 

Sprague Delbert O, 158, 1913, 25 E 
Washington 

Sprague Harry E, 158, 1916, 1060 Wil- 
son av 

Sprecher Adolph G, 158, 1911, 3166 
Lincoln av 

Staehle Fred J, 152, 1892, 7 W Madison 

STAFFORD ALLEN C, D D S, Chicago 
Coll of Dental Surgery (Dental 
Dept Valparaiso Univ), Chicago, 111, 
1903; Registered; Masonic Temple 

Stafford Frank H, 154, 1892, 1121 Ma- 
sonic Temple 

Stahl Charles H,1I 209 S State 

Stanfield Charles W, 154, 1891, 546 N 
Park av 

Stanton Charles J,* 9901 Ewing av 

Starr Robert W, 217, 1886, 25 E Wash- 
ington 

Starr Solomon P, 163, 1911, 4034 N 
Cicero av 

Stecher Karl, 160, 1901, 25 E Washing- 
ton 

Steele James H, 152, 1896, 1958 Roscoe 



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CHICAGO — Cont'd 

STEELE ROBERT, D D S, American 
Coll of Dental Surgery, Chicago, 111, 
1888; Mem 111 State Dental Soc, Chi- 
cago Odontographic Soc and North- 
western Alumni; 9th fl Masonic 
Temple 

Steffy Chester T,lf 3304 W North av 

Steinburg AD, 163, 1915, 1357 Milwau- 
kee av 

Stepanek Charles, 152, 1914, 3634 W 
26th 

Stephan Frederick W, 152, 1896, 1218 
Masonic Temple 

Sterne Max L, 152, 1903, 25 E Wash- 
ington 

Stevens Michael V, 163, 1914, 751 W 
35th 

Stevens Silas N, 152, 1902, 4763 Lin- 
coln av 

Stevens Wm L, 154, 1889, 207 N West- 
ern av 

Stewart Henry C, 152, 1888, 6341 S 
Halsted 

Stewart Lee K, 322, 1886,t[ 25 E Wash- 
ington 

Stimson Henry S, 158, 1905, 81 E 
Madison 

Stockfleth Frederick H, 152, 1914, 600 
S Cicero av 

Stockton Loren L, 262, 1904, 2409 W 
North av 

Stoddard Chas B,1l 3104 S Michigan av 

Stoeffhaas Martin R, 152, 1912, 2118 W 
22d 

Stoetzer Englebert, 282, 1892, 602 W 
North av 

Stone Lambert G,!I 7032 N Clark 

Stone Reuben A,ll 2009 Irving Park 
blvd 

Stone Wilhelm F, 163, 1905, 11114 S 
Michigan av 

Stout Roscoe L, 158, 1909, 2636 E 75th 

Stover Frank G, 152, 1887, 135 S State 

STOWELL CLAYTON F B, D D S, 
Univ of Mich, Coll of Dental Sur- 
gery, Ann Arbor, Mich, 1905; Ex- 
traction Specialist and Dental Ro- 
entgenologist; Formerly Prof Com- 
parative Anatomy and Demonstrator 
in Extracting Northwestern Univ 
Dental School; Demonstrator in Ex- 
tracting and Lecturer on Compara- 
tive Anatomy Chicago Coll of Dental 
Surgery; Mem Chicago, 111 State 
and Mich State Dental Socs and 



Chicago Auxiliary Delta Sigma Delta 
Dental Fraternity; Licensed to Prac- 
tice in Mich, 111 and New York; 
Hours 9 a m to 3 p m; Tel Central 
262; Suite 1735, 25 E Washington 
Stransky Premysl, 152, 1914, 1950 W 

51st 
Street Charles A, 158, 1905, 3901 Sher- 
idan rd 
Strong L Willis, 158, 1898, 30 N Mich- 
igan blvd 
Strook Oscar W, 158, 1911, 2038 E 73d 
Strubble Maurice J, 152, 1909, 625 W 

120th 
Struble Mark E, 152, 1915, 2520 Burl- 
ing 
Stuart Carroll W, 163, 1912, 3511 W 

Harrison 
Stuck Leon J, 152, 1915, 5800 Division 
Sucharoff Samuel A, 152, 1912, 2001 

Evergreen av 
Sullivan David L, 152, 1906, 1659 Cort- 
land 
Sullivan Edwin O, 195, 1897, 25 E 

Washington 
Sullivan Ralph S, 158, 1911, 2204 S 

Michigan av 
Summerfield N,* 209 S State 
Swan Aleck M, 154, 1891, '2759 W 

North av 
Sward J W,1I 5013 Grace 
Swatek Edwin P,11 25 E Washington 
Sweeney John F, 152, 1897, 1553 W 

Madison 
Swenk Frank R, 320, 1879, 1804 S 

Wabash av 
Swierczek August, 159, 1899, 312 Cen- 

ter 
Swinehart Philip M, 152, 1905, 1733 W 

47th 
Taecker Henry R,1I 1042 Wilson av 
Taggart Wm H, 322, 1878,t 536 S 

Clark 
Talbot Eugene S, 321, 1873, 31 N State 
Tawney P Lane,* 6057 Calumet av 
Tarr Wm W, 300, 1891, 3507 S State 
Tay Carl D, 163, 1912, 1406 Taylor 
Taylor Elmer E,1I 4801 W Lake 
Taylor George E, 152, 1898, 25 E Wash- 
ington 
Taylor Herbert W, 163, 1914, 6405 N 

Clark 
Taylor Sherman T, 152, 1891, 1116 

Masonic Temple 
Taylor Walter C, 158, 1898, 1230 E 63d 
Taylor Wm H, 163, 1903, 1224 Milwau- 
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REGISTER AND DIRECTORY (1917) 

Teasdall Ernest R, 158, 1903, 738 
Sheridan rd 

Teeling Matthew A, 163, 1909, 922 E 
55th 

Templeton Leo A,^ 1547 Jarvis av 

Tenney Lewis S, 152, 1890, 25 E Wash- 
ington 

Terry Charles^ S, 154, 1889, 25 E 
Washington 

Terry C Roy, 158, — , 25 E Washing- 
ton 

Tharp Horace J, 158, 1908, 11110 S 
Michigan av 

Thayer Wm J, 158, 1903, 633 W 79th 

Thexton Richard E, 152, 1892, 6566 
Yale av 

Thomas Arthur G, 158, 1907, 953 Bel- 
mont av 

Thomas Earle H,1I 618 W Chicago av 

THOMAS GEORGE A, D D S, Ameri- 
can Coll of Dental Surgery, Chicago, 
111, 1888; Former Prof Prosthetic 
Dentistry at Same; Former Instruc- 
tor of Continuous Gum Work, Chica- 
go Coll of Dental Surgery; Mem 
National Dental Assn, 111 State and 
Chicago Dental Socs; Specialist in 
all Porcelain Work; 108 N State 

Thomas Newton G,1I 25 E Washington 

Thometz John R,1I 2001 W 21st 

Thompson Charles N, 152, 1891, t 3017 
S Michigan av 

Thompson Edwin C, 158, 1902, 6961 
Stony Island av 

Thompson Florence E, 154, 1892, 1450 
E 63d 

Thompson G August, 158, 1907, 4704 
Vincennes av 

Thompson John C, 158, 1900, 1450 E 
63d 

Thompson Wm.H 3958 W Madison 

Thomson James U, 158, 1911, 7852 S 
Halsted 

Thomson John F, 163, 1911, 403 E 61st 

Thorelius P Wm, 152, 1891, 754 N 
Clark 

Thome Norwood A, 308. 1909, 3658 S 
State 

Thorson Wm J, 158, 1904, 755 E 75th 

Thurston Fredus A, 154, 1895, 1361 E 
57th 

Tibbits George F, 158, 1897, 7823 S 

Halsted 
Tichy Joseph, 158, 1901, 3209 W 22d 
Tichy Mabel B, 152, 1914, 3209 W 22d 
Tichy Marie M, 152, 1914, 3209 W 22d 
Tilden Morton C, 158, 1904, 32 N State 



ILLINOIS 



255 



Tilitsky Gustave J, 152, 1915, 845 Mil- 
waukee av 
Timmerman Frank R, 154, 1895, 1517 

N California av 
Timmis Joseph F, 158, 1906, 1200 W 

69th 
Tintera Joseph V, 152, 1914, 3622 W 

26th 
Tipler Joseph J, 152, 1900, 6658 Went- 

worth av 
Todd Roland H,1[ 820 Belmont av 
Tompkins Edmund G, 152, 1895, 1320 

Masonic Temple 
Torrey George W, 152, 1899, 800 W 

78th 
Tracy Frank W, 158, 1904, 2731 N 

Clark 
Trafny Walter S,]\ 1608 W Division 
Tristram George T, 158, 1901, 25 E 

Washington 
Trompen Andrew N, 158, 1903, 1230 E 

63d 
Trompen Cornelius N, 152, 1890, 120 

E 111th 
Trude Mark W, 152, 1896, 30 N Mich- 
igan av 
Truitt Theodore W, 152, 1904, 209 S 

State 
Tull Allison L, 158, 1912, 1377 E 63d 
Tummel Arthur M, 152, 1902, 5 S 

Wabash av 
Tunison Burton M, 158, 1898, 25 E 

Washington 
Turner Thomas E,1I 5679 W Madison 
Tuttle Ole H, 153, 1893, 220 S State 
Tuttle Sterling D, 154, 1891, 220 S 

State 
Tuveson Nils, 158, 1911, 5333 N Clark 
Uglow Charles M, 158, 1905, 6300 S 

Ashland av 
Uglow Stanley J, 158, 1902, 6300 S 

Ashland av 
Ullery Frank B, 300, 1865, 3946 Drexel 

blvd 
Ulvestad George E, 158, 1912, 4045 W 

North av 
Ulvestad Oliver M, 158, 1902, 2725 W 

North av 
Umbenhaur Ellery V, 163, 1914, 751 W 

35th 
Umbenhaur George W, 160, 1899, 3101 

S Halsted, 
Unseitig Clyde, 158, 1912, 824 W North 
Upp Charles W, 320, 1886, 3104 S 

Michigan av 
Upp Roscoe W, 163, 1916, 302 S Ash- 
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CHICAGO — Cont'd 

Upson Irwin F, 152, 1889, 159 N State 

Urbanek Joseph, 163, 1911, 2447 Mil- 
lard av 

Urbanek Joseph J jr, 152, 1914, 2601 S 
St Louis av 

Urbanowicz Edmund G, 158, 1916, 4644 
S Ashland av 

Urbanowicz Henry J, 158, 1912, 9101 
Commercial av 

Ury L B, 152, 1908, 2658 W Division 

VanAlstine Elliott, 152, 1904, 25 E 
Washington 

Vance Arthur D, 152, 1909, 1131 Bryn 
Mawr av 

Vance Wm W,lf 1575 Ogden av 

VandenBerg John H, 239, 1893, 9154 
Commercial av 

VanderKemp P H,t[ 4614 N Kedzie av 

VanderWolff Josephine E, 158, 1916, 25 
E Washington 

VanDeusen Harry M, 158, 1904, 25 E 
Washington 

VanTeslaar Adolph S, 163, 1911, 1726 
W 12th 

VanTuyl Harry I (M D), 158, 1904, 
1230 E 63d 

Vasumpaur John A, 152, 1902, 3123 W 
22d 

Vasumpaur Rudolph R, 152, 1906, 2602 
S Trumbull av 

Vaughan Charles H, 158, 1912, 11221 
S Michigan av 

Vercoe Ernest W, 163, 1904, 2932 N 
Clark 

Vezel Charles Z, 152, 1914, 4712 S Ash- 
land av 

Viall Leo J, 152, 1905, 3959 W Madison 

Vigneron Eugene, 217, 1883,t 25 E 
Washington 

Vinje Elvin, 158, 1906, 1025 W 59th 

Vinje Osmund, 152, 1910, 2567 Milwau- 
kee av 

Vinje Svein,!I 4009 N Robey 

Vita Valerian J, 163, 1906, 4002 W 26th 

Wack Henry C, 154, 1891, 57 E Jack- 
son blvd 

Wacb Charles E, 158, 1916, 1957 W 
51st 

Wachter John C, 217, 1881, 2231 Indi- 
ana av 

WADSWORTH C F, D D S, North- 
western Univ Dental School, Chica- 
go, 111, 1899; Registered in Illinois, 
Wisconsin and Nebraska; 4826 Ar- 
mitage av 



WADSWORTH HENRY P, M D, D D 

S, Chicago Coll of Dental Surgery, 
Chicago, 111, 1887; M D, Rush Med 
Coll, Chicago, 111, 1889; Prof His- 
tology and Embryology, Northwest- 
ern Univ Dental School, 1893-1895; 
Mem Chicago Dental Soc, Odonto- 
graphic Soc of Chicago, Etc; Suite 
2020, 25 E Washinton; Tel Central 
5306 

Wagner John L, 158, 1898, 25 E Wash- 
ington 

Wagner Robert H, 152, 1897, 25 E 
Washington 

Walbridge Ernest L, 158, 1908, 25 E 
Washington 

Walker Harry W, 152, 1901, 6455 Ken- 
wood av 

Walker Robert M, 341, 1889, 145 N 
Clark 

Walker Wm C, 158, 1904, 4359 W Mad- 
ison 

Wall Wm H, 152, 1910, 5505 S Halsted 

Wallace Fred H, 152, 1892, 25 E Wash- 
ington 

Wallace Thomas B S, 158, 1897, 5501 S 
Halsted 

Walsh Frances M, 158, 1899, 2010 Mil- 
waukee av 

Walsh Harry E, 152, 1900, 5058 Went- 
worth av 

Walsh Richard M, 163, 1904, 1518 Ma- 
sonic Temple 

Walsh Thomas E,ll 1518 Masonic Tem- 
ple 

Walsh Wm H, 158, 1901, 624 S Kedzie 

Walther Arthur F W.H 1262 W 103d 

Walther Guido A, 152, 1907, 3233 W 
22d 

Walton Charles A, 158, 1899, 4800 S 
Ashland av 

Walton Samuel F, 158, 1897, 4800 ,S 
Ashland av 

Ward Munson L, 156, 1898, 7005 N 
Clark 

Warden Oliver, 152, 1914, 2912 Milwau- 
kee av 

Warner Burnet D, 158. 1900, 3359 N 
Halsted 

Warner Clyde H, 163, 1908, 4500 Sher- 
idan rd 

Warsaw Philip, 152, 1916, 3732 Fuller- 
ton av 

Waschkuhn Julius A, 152, 1887, 555 

W North av 
Waterman Charles E, 163, 1903, 1442 

E 55th 
Watkins Carl L, 163, 1911, 800 W 78th 



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257 



Watt James F, 216, 1901, 501 N Hal- 
sted 

Watt John R, 152, 1896, 2455 W Jack- 
son blvd 

Watt Verner W, 152, 1909, 759 S Cali- 
fornia av 

Watts Wm H, 158, 1908, 3726 Montrose 
blvd 

Wayland Eugene A, 152, 1900, 805 E 
47th 

Weart Peter C, 152, 1895, 25 E Wash- 
ington 

Weaver Harold T, 158, 1902, 4301 Ellis 

Weaver Jay C,tl 1401 S Halsted 

Webb Morell A,tl 2900 Jackson blvd 

Webber Shirley T B, 152, 1904, 25 E 
Washington 

Weber Edmund, 159, 1890, 552 W 
North av 

Weber Nicholas P, 158, 1899, 1968 Lin- 
coln av 

Webster Charles J, 158, 1905, 806 N 
Clark 

Webster George,!! 32 N State 

Webster Herbert L, 152, 1912, 6040 
Avondale av 

Webster Wm E, 152, 1898, 5055 N Lin- 
coln av 

Wehrhein John L, 158, 1907, 2973 Lin- 
coln av 

Wehrman Otto H, 354, 1901, 1317 Mil- 
waukee av 

Weickardt Johannes W O, 158, 1915, 
1301 Nelson 

Weinberg Maria B,1I 2271 Lincoln av 

Weingart Wm, 152, 1915, 3829 W 12th 

W^einshenker Lewis T, 152, 1906, 1553 
W Madison 

Weinstein Jacob, H 5751 Indiana av 

Weir Robert A 158, 1905, 6219 S Hal- 
sted 

Weiss Adolph, 152, 1915, 353 W Di- 
vision 

Weisz Alexander G, 152, 1897, 32 N 
State 

Weisz David I, 163, 1905, 1257 N West- 
ern av 

Welch Dudley R, 152, 1899, 4655 S 
Michigan av 

Welch Patrick H, 152, 1892, 5 S Wa- 
bash av 

Welcher David M, 158, 1911, 2001 W 
Division 

WELLS CLAUDE E, D D S, Philadel- 
phia Dental Coll and Hosp of Oral 
Surgery, Philadelphia, Pa, 1891; 
Mem Garretsonian Soc of Philadel- 



phia, Pa; Practice Limited to Ex- 
traction and Administration of Nit- 
rous Oxide for Surgical Purposes; 
Suite 904, 31 N State 

WELLS JOHN I, D D S, Philadelphia 
Dental Coll and Hosp of Oral Surg- 
ery, Philadelphia, Pa, 1891; Mem 
Garretsonian Soc of Philadelphia, 
Pa; 5733 South Blvd 

Welsh John E, 158, 1900, 21 E Wal- 
ton pi 

Wertzler Charles F, 163, 1904, 3401 
Fullerton av 

Wesner Charles M, 152, 1894, 30 N 
Michigan av 

West Clyde C, 152, 1905, 1950 Irving 
Pk blvd 

WEST GEORGE N, D D S, Chicago 
Coll of Dental Surg, Chicago, 111, 
1887; Ex-Pres Chicago Dental Soc; 
Chairman Committee on Laws and 
Infractions of Same; Chairman 
Committee on Colleges, The Dental 
Educational Council of Am; Mem 
National Dental Assn, 111 State and 
Chicago Dental Socs and Am Med 
Assn; P S G M Delta Sigma Delta 
Fraternity, 32 N State 

West Herbert C, 152, 1890, 108 N State 

West Herbert G, 152, 1910, 1803 W 
Chicago av 

West Wm H, 321, 1883, 25 E Washing- 
ton 

Westcott Albert C, 158, 1896, 3921 In- 
diana av 

Westcott George W, 153, 1891, 1737 S 
Wabash av 

Westgate Roy L, 152, 1914, 4158 W 
Lake 

Westling Olaf K,U 3137 Armitage av 

Wetterer Albert C.H 192 N Clark 

Wetterer Frederick J, 158, 1904, 25 E 
Washington 

Wetterer Herman,!! 25 E Washington 

Wheeler George E, 265, 1897, 32 N 
State 

WHIPPLE JOHN A, B Sc, M D, D D S, 
LL B, American Coll of Dental 
Surgery, Chicago, III, 1889; Ex-Dean 
Northwestern Coll of Dental Sur- 
gery, Office 843 S Halsted, Res 3600 
W 26th 

White Herbert H, 185, 1896, 765 Oak- 
wood blvd 

White Leland J, 163, 1915, 300 S Cicero 
avenue 

Whitt Lewis L, 156, 1898, 206 E 31st 



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CHICAGO — Cont'd 
Wicklin Charles S, 158, 1898, 339 

State 
Wickstrom Walter C, 158, 1915, 6101 

Cottage Grove av 
Widen Jacob M, 152, 1911. 3168 Ogden 
Wiedder Joseph G, 152, 1914, 314 S 

Oakley blvd 
Wieder John E, 111, 1904, 30 N Michi- 
gan av 
Wieland Henry J, 163, 1911, 1574 Mil- 
waukee av 
Wikoff Benjamin D, 300, 1880, 29 E 

Madison 
Wikoff Charles H, 264, 1896, 6914 

Wentworth av 
Wilber Charles O, 219, 1906, 5 S Wa- 
bash av 
Wilcox Roy P, 152, 1891,t 25 E Wash- 
ington 
Willard Daniel M, 154, 1894, 303 E 61st 
Willard Eugene S, 158, 1899, 31 W 

Lake 
Willard Francis W, 262, 1890, 1220, 37 

S Wabash 
Williams Aubrey T,ll 25 E Washington 
Williams A J, 158, 1899, 6101 S Hal- 

sted 
Williams Evart V, 158, 1904, 10 N 

Western av 
Williams George R E, 152, 1900, 2000 

W Chicago av 
Williams Hugh R, 158, 1904, 3167 Og- 
den av 
Williams J C,II 1753 W Lake 
Williams Leonard A, 156, 1902, 2100 

Belmont av 
Williams Wm Ira, 152, 1914, 122 S 

Michigan av 
Wilson George H, 163, 1904, 1705 W 

Madison 
Wilson Paul G, 152, 1905, 852 N Clark 
Wilson Roy M,1I 3424 Sheffield av 
Wilson Samuel A, 154, 1892, 1320 Ma- 
sonic Temple 
Wilson Wilbur R, 120, 1889, 4557 

Broadway 
Wimmer Wallace A, 163, 1906, 421 W 

North av 
Windheim Otto W, 158, 1913, 304 W 

63d 
Winget Wm B, 154, 1891, 6300 S Hal- 

sted 
WINSLOW GEORGE W, M D, D D S, 
Chicago Coll of Dental Surgery, Chi- 
cago, 111, 1894; M D, Harvey Med 
Coll, Chicago, 111, 1896; Editor 
American Dentist; 458 E 47th 



Witt Edward C, 152, 1914, 2202 S 

Crawford av 
Wium Pieter G, 152, 1915, 2314 W 

JB.ck.sozi blvd 
Wodrich Wm H,1f 6859 S Halsted 
Wolavka Charles H N, 152, 1900, 1723 

S Racine av 
Wollenberger Sigmond, 160, 1901, 30 

N Michigan blvd 
Wollin Ewing F,11 2000 N Halsted 
Wolpers Casimir, 154, 1895, 139 S Hal- 
sted 
Wolson Abraham M, 158, 1908, 209 S 

State 
Wood Charles A, 152, 1899, 1182 Mil- 
waukee av 
Woods Clement S, 156, 1916, 336 E 

43d 
Woodward David H, 152, 1907, 5200 

Cullom av 
Woodworth Dana L, 152, 1910, 6740 

Sheridan rd 
Wooley Jefferson H,11t 32 N State 
WOOLLENS THEODORE TAYLOR, 
DOS, Pennsylvania Coll of Dental 
Surgery, Philadelphia, Pa, 1900; 21 
E VanBuren 
Worcester Milton F, 152, 1914, 2400 

Wentworth av 
Worchester Howard W, 155, 1893, 25 E 

Washington 
Worstell Everett C, 152, 1904, 6405 N 

Clark 
Wright Charles G, 152, 1894, 140 N 

State 
Wright Clarence H, 152, 1889, 25 E 

Washington 
Wright James A, 163, 1906, 1601 W 

Madison 
Wumkes Peter J,1I 5456 Broadway 
Wurmstedt Fred W,1I 600 W 31st 
Wybraniec Peter F, 163, 1905, 984 Mil- 
waukee av 
Wylie Charles H, 152, 1894, 2600 In- 
diana av 
Yonover Nofthali, 152, 1914, 1624 Tay- 
lor 
Yorker Frank V, 152, 1891,t 25 E Wash- 
ington 
Young Albert O, 158, 1916, 2814 Broad- 
way 
Young Arthur J H, 163, 1905, 4051 W 

North av ' 
Young Carl T, 158, 1911, 4601 Broad- 
way 
Young Charles A, 158, 1898, 9138 
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Young Earl T, 158, 1911, 30 N Mich- 
igan av 

Young Frank B, 158, 1896, 828 E 47th 

Young Gerhart H, 158, 1903, 1419 Ma- 
sonic Temple 

Young Wm M, 158, 1913, 3512 South- 
port av 

Zajicek Edwin C, 163, 1914, 1419 W 
18th 

Zaruba Leopold C.H 4608 W Lake 

Zeno Wm A,11 3959 W 12th 

Zielinski Jacob B, 160, 1899, 1152 N 
Ashland av 

Ziervogel Wm H, 134, 1914, 2421 W 
63d 

Zimmerman Samuel, H 2000 N Califor- 
nia av 

Zimonth Anthony J, 163, 1907, 3252 S 
Halsted 

Zinn Frank H, 152, 1887, 32 N State 

Zipperman Emanuel Z, 158, 1896, 2658 
W North av 

Zipperman Jacob S, 152, 1910, 1401 S 
Halsted 

Zipperman Solomon W, 158, 1899, 1311 
S Halsted 

Zochert Walter C, 354, 1897, 1203 Wells 

Zoline Nathan J,1I 3137 W 12th 

Zun Jacob G, 152, 1915, 3415 W 12th 



CHICAGO HEIGHTS, Cook. 14,525 

Cusick John A, 163, 1916, 8 Illinois 
Eberly Noah, 152, 1908, 1635 West End 
Schmeckebier Wm F, 152, 1902, 64 

Illinois 
Weathers Daisy M, 195, 1915, 1539 Vin- 

cennes av 
Woodworth Charles R, 158, 1905. 



CHILLICOTHE, Feorla-. 1,851 

Mills Otis S, 300, 1888 



CHRISMAN, EDGAR. 1,193 

Phillips Harlan jrH 



CHRISTOPHER, Franklin. 1,825 

Eddleman Myron D, 271, 1907 
Poindexter John E, 154, 1892; 270, 

1911 
Reagan Ira W, 341, 1911 



CICERO, Cook. 14,557 

Cerney James C, 152, 1916 
George Karl H, 152, 1901 
Kohout James J, 158, 1916 
Kolar Otto J, 152, 1901 



CLAY CITY, Clay. 837 

Duff Carey E, 269, 1903 



CLAYTON, Adams. 940 

Elliott J F1I 

Pottle C B, 153, 1901 



CLINTON, DeVVitt. 5,165 

Gumming Marvin L, 262, 1891 
Helmick Otto W, 163, 1906 
Stewart Moses E, 158, 1903 



COAL CITY, Grundy. 2,667 

Cummings Clarence EH 



COLCHESTER, McDonougb. 1,445 

Brown B Ljf 



COLFAX, McLean. 965 

Henderson George W, 158, 1913 



COLLINSVILLE, Madison. 7,478 

Fulenwider John W, 175, 1910 
Heidinger Rudolph G, 262, 1905 
Kraft Louis Henry, 262, 1900t 



COLUMHIA, Monroe. 2,076 

Bollinger Oscar W, 262, 1908 



COOKSVILLE, McLean. 332 

Henline Buel, 158, 1900 



CORNELL, LiTingrston. 536 

Gardner P Lee, 158, 1903 



COULTERVILLE, Randolph. 949 

Craig Everett C, 262, 1910 



CRETE, Will. 840 

Hothan John C, 152, 18991 



CRYSTAL LAKE, McHenry. 1,242 

Bigler Chester AH 



CUBA, Fulton. 2,019 

Applebee Jabez O, 185, 1891 
Hennis Harry W, 152, 1914 
Henry C Rff 
Lane A L, 158, 1902 



DALLAS CITY, Hancock. 1,288 

Walter Peter E, 154, 1891 



DANVILLE, Vermilion. 35,163 

Elliott Herman W, 158, 1898, 602 Baum 
bldg 

FOSTER WILBERT E, D D S, Balti- 
more Coll of Dental Surgery, Balti- 
more, Md, 1894; 701-702-703 Baum 
Bldg 

Garretson Arthur V, 160, 1900, 101*^ E 
Main 

Hall W B, 158, 1896, The Temple 



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R. L. POLK & CO.'S DENTAL. 



DA]VV3L,L,E — Cont'd 

Hickman C Wilber, 158, 1899,t 212 
Adams bldg 

Higgason John C, 158, 1910,. 305 The 

• Temple 

Hole Oliver C, 322, 1894, 305 Daniel 
bldg 

Johnson Edward T, 300, 1898, 10y2 E 
Main 

Lane Lula I, 158, 1914, 412 The Temple 

McCann George C, 158, 1905, The Tem- 
ple 

McLean Fredk R, 152, 1891, 202 Baum 
bldg 

Minnis Harry L, 158, 1902, 44 N Ver- 
milion 

Monahan Matthew J, 158, 1911, 206 
Adams bldg 

Rideout Jesse L, 175, 1897,t 406 The 
Temple 

Robison George S, 324 1904, 201 Dale 
bldg 

Ross Brant C, 152, 1905, 156 N Ver- 
milion 

Seawright E W, 176, 1901, 101 E Main 

Stephens G H, 322, 1903, The Temple 

Stephens Wm H, 175, 1900, Adams 
bldg 

Swift Ralph E, 143, 1902, lOVa E Main 

Wainwright Wm A, 269, 1903, 15% W 
Main 

"Wilson John D, 156, 1896, 401 The 
Temple 

Worthington Chester A, 163, 1906, 128 
N Vermilion 

Worthington S Lester, 163, 1906, 128 
N Vermilion 



DECATUR, niacon. 35,000 

Adams Walter R, 158, 1896, 134 W 
Prairie av 

Alsip H S, 163, 1905, 619 Powers bldg 

Anderson Davis S, 300, 1888, 406 Wait 
bldg 

App Wm H, 152, 1901, 403 Citizens 
Title & Trust bldg 

Armstrong Hugh F, 152, 1898, 310 Pow- 
ers bldg 

Arnold Elisha M, 163, 1904, 526 Powers 
bldg 

Bachman Henry P, 321, 1895, 626 Pow- 
ers bldg 

Burns Robert L, 158, 1916, 206 Citizens 
Title & Trust bldg 

Cassell C Leonard, 158, 1905, 614 Pow- 
ers bldg 

Collirs Orlando G, 152, 1892, 431 Pow- 
ers bldg 



Coonradt Lewis E, 239, 1895, 612 Wait 

bldg 
Davis Charles R, 175, 1905, 622 Wait 

bldg 
Dickey James H, 158, 1914, 304 Milli- 

kin bldg 
Elslager John E,t 402 Citizens Title & 

Trust bldg 
Evans Edward T, 216, 1900, 321 Pow- 
ers bldg 
Flannery Edward E, 158, 1911, 137 N 

Water 
Holmes Harold, 300, 1904, 419 Powers 

bldg 
Hoskins Thomas S,1I 206 Citizens Title 

& Trust bldg 
Johnson A W,tl 319 N Water 
Karr E Cade, 158. 1916, Powers bldg 
Kepler HarryU, 306 Citizens Title & 

Trust bldg 
Mason George N, 175, 1902, 317 Pow- 
ers bldg 
Mason George U, 269, 1903, 161 E Main 
Means Joseph K, 158, 1896, 6 Conk- 

lin blk 
Mitchell Herbert C, 152, 1905, 161 E 

Main 
Moore James D, 152, 1890, 158 E Main 
Parkinson C B, 262, 1915, 211 Millikin 

bldg 
Richardson Claude E,* 319 N Water 
Richardson Rolland C, 300, 1901, 319 

N Water 
Rowdybush R Franklin, 154, 1895, 145 

N Main 
Russell Frank L, 158, 1906, 429 Powers 

bldg 
Tobey Robert E,1I 549 Powers bldg 
Vaughan Hugh A, 195, 1898, 533 Pow- 
ers bldg 
Waltz Amos S,1ft 345 N Main 
Waltz J Foster F, 152, 1899, 345 N 

Main 
Warnes Frederick A, 217, 1888, 153 N 

Water 



DcKALB, DeKalb. 8,102 

Culver R Prichard, 152, 1902 
Grotewohl A C, 158, 1898 
Leishman Jamestf 
Schuyler Colfax, 152, 1891 
Smith Perry L, 158, 1903 
Spickerman Albert C, 152, 1912 



DELAVAN, Tazewell. 1,175 

Lindberg Elmer V, 158, 1909 
Lowry F M, 262, 1890t 



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261 



HE PUB, Bureau. 1,338 

Meng Charles F, 269, 1902 



DIXON, Lee. 7,216 

Clevidence Earle A, 158, 1909, 103 Ga- 
lena av 
Evans Lauren R, 158, 1913, 214 1st 
Hamilton Frank L, 152, 1908, 102 Ga- 
lena av 
Kennedy J Herbert, 158, 1898, 123 Ga- 
lena av 
Lazier Harry A,f[ 52 Dixon Natl Bank 

bldg 
McWethy Wm C, 158, 1899, 22 Dixon 

Natl Bank bldg 
Morris Fred E, 152, 1889, 98 Galena av 
Moss Zachariah W, 340, 1896, 214 1st 
Smith Charles E, 158. 1903, I2I1/2 1st 
Vermilye Oscar V, 152, 1915, 45 Dixon 

Natl Bank bldg 
Worslev Willard J, 158, 1900 



DOLTON, Coolc. 1,869 

Weidner M Robert* 



DOWXER'S GROVE, DnPag;e. 2,601 

Barber Walter C, 158, 1899 



DINDEE, Kane. 2,765 

Carr Frederick M, 195, 1898 



Dt' ClUOIN, Perry. 5,454 

Blanchard R R, 262, 1915 
Croessman June, 158, 1912 
Dalbey Wm C, 158, 1903 
Purdy Clarence W, 262, 1894 
Reagin Thomas B, 341, 1894 



DWIGHT, Livingston. 2,156 

Bell Chadz B, 152, 152, 1901 
Pace George H, 152, 1911 
Tiernan Andrew, 158, 1911 



EARLVILLE, LaSalle. 1,059 

Blakeslee Frank E, 152, 1899 
Giles George D, 324, 1902 



EAST DUBUQUE, Jo Daviess. 

Maguire J O, 250, 1896 
Thill H R, 158, 1900 
W^enner Alvah L, 158, 1903 



EAST MOLINE, Rock Island. 

Baker Arthur Ef 

Nelson G Arthur, 158, 1905 

Outten Luther T, 152, 1903 



1,253 



2,665 



EAST ST. LOUIS, St. Clair. 68,547 

Barth J Morton, H 209a Collinsville 

Bolden H Truman,* 20 N Main 

Bundy Leroy N, 301, 1903, 17a Collins- 
ville av 

Carney Wm G, 195, 1899, 333 Missouri 
bldg 

Drummond Wm C, 271, 1915, 403a Col- 
linsville av 

Forestner George J, 303, 1903, 330 Mis- 
souri av 

Godejohann Alvin, 267, 1898,t 222a Col- 
linsville av 

Heely Edwin L, 262, 1911, 234 Collins- 
ville av 

Hodgson Edward S, 262, 1904, 303 Col- 
linsville av 

•Hogan James M,1T 333 Missouri av • 

Letterman Wm G, 239, 1905, 234 Col- 
linsville av 

Lynott Nicholas J, 262, 1906, 234 Col- 
linsville av 

Milstead DeW, 262, 1914, 234 Collins- 
ville av 

Moreland Rufus I, 271, 1908, Murphy 
bldg 

Parsons George H, 267, 1897, t 523 State 

Reader J Clyde, 267, 1898, 120 Collins- 
ville av 

Schaefer Otho E, 262, 1912, 206 Collins- 
ville av 

SMITH F G, D D S, Washington Univ 
Dental School, Missouri Dental Col- 
lege, St Louis, Mo, 1909; Mem East 
St Louis, St Clair Dist and 111 State 
Dental Socs, National Dental Assn 
and Xi Psi Phi Fraternity; Corre- 
sponding Mem St Louis Dental Soc; 
Hours 10 a m to 12 m, 2 to 5 p m; 
Tels St Clair 424 L, E 896; Coloma 
Bldg 

Smith Walter C, 158, 1900, 245 Collins- 
ville av 

Waddell James C, 158, 1903, t 501a Mis- 
souri av 

Waters Guy W,t[ 206 Collinsville av 

Wilson J C, 262, 1911, 339a Collins- 
ville av 

Wood Alfred T, 185, 1896, 209a Collins- 
ville av 

WyckofE Charles, 262, 1900,t 333 Mis- 
souri av 



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Lundy Luther T, 185, 1901 



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R. L. POLK & CO.'S DENTAL. 



EDWARDSVILLE, Madison. 5,014 

Baird Clarence W, 262, 1910 
Baird Homer G, 262, 1907 
Burroughs Edward L, 218, 1898,§ 
Corbett Clarence C, 300, 1881t 
Fink Leroy M, 271, 1916 
Schwartz Elmer H, 262, 1900§ 
Schwartz George C, 262, 1891§ 



EFFINGHAM, Efflngrham. 3,898 

Bellchamber C E, 262, 1898t§ 
Cunningham Fred CTI 
Hill D Stanley, 300, 1907t 



ELBVRN, Kane. 613 

Ereambrack W C, 158, 1901 



ELDORADO, Saline. 3,366 

Elder John E, 262, 1910 
Meyers Homer L, 300, 1899 
Ramsey Jefferson Q, 340, 1897 



ELGIN, Kane. 25,976 

Adkins R A, 158, 1901 

Atchison George B, 158, 1898t 

Crothers A B, 216, 1902 

Dahlin C Thomas, 321, 1891t 

Elliott Gail B, 158, 1899, 37 Hubbard 

bldg 
Guest Henry Q, 158, 1904 
Henson Ray S, 152, 1911 
Hoagland Charles N, 152, 1897,t 47 

Hubbard bldg 
Lombard Frank S, 152, 1896,t 37 Sher- 

win bldg 
MOORE EDWARD CLEMENTS, D D 

S, Northwestern Univ Dental School, 

Chicago, 111, 1901; Home Bank Bldg 
Neal Elgin F, 163, 1900 
Nordahl Hans T, 152, 1888, IfHubbard 

bldg 

Phillips Wm J, 152, 1889,t 36 Hubbard 

bldg 
Prideaux Oscar C, 158, 1905 
Rea Victor H, 152, 1892 
Smith Richard C, 152, 1898t 
Underwood Chester J, 152, 1887t 
Van Voorhis Fred W, 163, 1904, 43 The 

Spurling 



ELIZABETH, Jo Davlesa. 703 

Cowles G SH 

Laign Edward A, 158, 1904 



ELIZABETHTOWN, Hardin. 

Covington C G* 



668 



ELMHURST, DnPage. 2,360 

Davis Ernest E, 152, 1887 
Jensen A G W, 152, 1906 
Mason Lloyd CH 



ELMWOOD, Peoria. 1,800 

Shawver Charles M, 175, 1902 



EL PASO, Woodford. 1,470 

Fishburn James M^f 
Nichols Claude M, 262, 1908 
Patton C Off 
Schofield J AH 
Thorpe J W, 158, 1904 



EMINGTON, Livlngstoin. 190 

Alkire Lewis E, 152, 1900 



ENFIELD, White. 927 

Emerson Harry, 269, 1904 



ERIE, W^hlteslde. 

Kelley J A, 152, 1901 



804 



EUREKA, Woodford. 

Krause Julius L, 300, 1901 
Melaik Naseef, 152, 1904 



1,525 



EVANSTON, Cook. 24.078 

Baker Charles R, 158, 1903, 1604 Chi- 
cago av 
Bigelow Charles S, 152, 1891 
Cooper Arthur W, 320, 1890 
Dolson James E, 158, 1904 
Fisher Ambrose T, 158, 1903 
Gamsey Charles A Pff j 

Gould A WH I 

Hart Charles S, 158, 1903 
Henderson Luther D, 152, 1887 
Huntington Roger E, 158, 1911 
Hurlbut Charles H, 152, 1896 
Leigh Joseph F, 185, 1891 
MUCHOW W M, D D S, Chicago Coll 
of Dental Surgery, Chicago, 111, 1913; 
Pres The Makers of Flossy; Rood 
Bldg 
Pooler L F, 158, 1900 
Richards Claude E, 152, 1903 
Root Melvin A, 175, 1892 
Smothers I A, 158, 1916 
Thomas W A, 158, 1901 
Warner C E, 152, 1901 
Whitefield George W, 152, 1886 
Whitehead George W, 152, 1885t 



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FAIRBIIRV, Livingston. 2,505 

Bull H BUt 

Finchan Emory L, 152, 1899 
Rayburn J RJf Retired 
Roth Wm A, 152, 1905 



FAIRFIELD, W ayne. 2,479 

Caldwell George T, 271, 1911 
Pitner Homer W, 300, 1885t 



FAIRMOUIVT, Vermilion. S47 

Maxfield H B, 264. 1896 



FAIRVIEW, Fulton. 482 

Grimes Henry I, 300, 1904 



FARFINA, Fayette. 774 

West C HUt 



FARMER CITY, DeWitt. 1,603 

Mace M Tlj 

Morrison J C, 240, 1902 

Wilkes Augustus M, 264, 18941 



FARMINGTON, Fulton. 2,421 

Aigley J E, 152, 1896 
Fash A HH 



FERRIS, Hancock. 299 

Aldrich George W, 152, 1888 



FISHER, Champalsn. 850 

Miller P W, 175, 1901 



FLANAGAN, Livingston. 590 

Walker Edward A, 267, 1901 



FLAT ROCK, Crawford. 850 

Jones Ramontf 



FLORA, Clay. 2,704 

Green Mahlon DJI 

Hopkinson Edward A, 267, 1900 

Suggett Virgil O, 269, 1903 



FOREST PARK, Cook. 6,594 

Fietsch John F, 158, 1909 
Gillespie Forrest E, 152, 1903 
Groose Fred C, 152, 1913 
Tiernan Andrew. 158. 1911 



FORREST, Livingston. 967 

Carmon John E, 175, 1887 
Shaddle Charles Glf 



FORRESTON, Ogle. 

Goodearle L M, 152, — 
Wood Bertram G, 158, 1904 



870 



FRANKLIN, Morgan. 696 

Glenn C I, 264, 1895 



FRANKLIN GROVE. Lee. 572 

Moore Walter L, 280, 1904 



FREEBRG, St. Clair. 1,307 

Lauter Dominick E, 262, 1908 
Wolf R HI! 



FREEPORT, Stephenson. 17,567 

Allen Edward H, 320, 1882, 76 Steven- 
son 

Arganbright Ned A, 158, 1915, 179 
Galena 

Best Walter T, 154, 1904, 107 Stephen- 
son 

Bowers Frederick H, 320, 1894, 301 
Old Colony bldg 

BREYER PAUL M, D D S, Coll of 
Dentistry, Univ of Illinois, Chicago, 
111, 1909; Attending Oral Surgeon St 
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State Dental Socs, Stephenson Co 
Dental Soc, Northern 111 Dental Soc 
and Psi Omega Dental Fraternity; 
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5 pm; Tels Bell 34, Indep 449; 
Home, Black 727; Office Suite 302 
Tarbox Bldg, Stephenson and Chi- 
cago Sts 

Carl Francis M, 152, 1902, 105 Stephen- 
son 

Crowley Edward T, 158, 1908 

Flatchemeier Arthur F, 163, 1902 

Graham Ralph S, 158, 1899, 305 Wil- 
coxon bldg 

Griffith Edmund Llewellyn, 158, 1902, 
206 Old Colony bldg 

Heyer Henry C, 321, 1889, 93 Stephen- 
son 

Knepper Jacob A,Tf 103 Galena 

Krape George S,1I 204 VanBuren 

Matter Louis H, 152, 1897, 96 Stephen- 
son 

Matter Stephen H, 152, 1901, 96 Steph- 
enson 

Mellinger Harold A, 152, 1908, 95 
Stephenson 

Neidigh Samuel R, 152, 1903, 125 
Stephenson 

Pellett Frederick N, 158, 1901, 99 
Stephenson 

Place Eugene H, 320, 1888, 111 Steph- 
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R. L. POLK & CO.'S DENTAL. 



FREEPOfeT^ — Cont'd 
Snyder Charles L, 320, 1890, § 505 Tar- 
box bldg 
Stone Gustin B,tl 602 Tarbox bldg 
Tyler Berna S, 152, 1899, 95 Stephen- 
son 
Verbeck C H, 321, 1883, t Wilcoxon 
bldg 



FULTON, Whiteside. 2,174 

Hendricks Clyde P. 239, 1906 

Kirk P S, 158, 1890 

Thompson George H, 195, 1901 



GALENA, Jo Daviess. 4,835 

Howard Henry H, 158, 1895t 
Kittoe Phil P, 158, 189411 
Stephenson W A, 158, 1898 
Stryker Henry M, 341, 1904 
Wonderly Thomas G, 322, 1877t 



GALESBTJRG, Knox. 22,089 

Bloomquist Guy, 158, 1913,' Bank of 

Galesburg bldg 
Book Oscar S W, 219, 1902, Bank of 

Galesburg bldg 
Cabeen Joshua D, 320, 1900, 249 E 

Main 
Flynn James P, 152, 1898, 217 E Main 
Griswold- Daniel J, 322, 1894, Holmes 

bldg 
Gurley P G, 158, 1905, 145 E Main 
Hall Axel V, 158, 1915, Bank of Gales- 
burg bldg 
Hammond John J, 152, 1900, Galesburg 

Natl Bank bldg 
Jessup Samuel, 158, 1896, 314 E Main 
King Richard E, 152, 1912, 151 E Main 
Mabee O P, 264, 1893, 437 Bank of 

Galesburg bldg 
Marks Wm C, 152, 1901, Bank of Gales- 
burg bldg 
Olson M W, 152, 1897, 139 E Main 
Sargeant Alvas I, 152, 1896, 3 E Main 
Smith G Hill, 158, 1902, 234 E Main 
Watson Alexander, 321, 1894, t 249 E 

Main 
Watts H F, 152, 1907, Bank of Gales- 
burg bldg 
Wolf Pranklin, 322, 1885, 501 Bank of 

Galesburg bldg 
Zanglein Emil R, 152, 1902, 207 E 
Main 



GALVA, Henry. 2,498 

Huston Earl J. 152, 1905 
LaBounta Forrest P, 158, 1905 
Loomis H P, 154, 1892 
Sneetz A TH 
Young A S, 185, 1900 



GARDNER, Grundy. 946. 

Harper Alfred J, 158, 1905 



GENESEO, Henry. 3,199 

West J Edward, 158, 1896t 
Wood George L, 185, 1898 



GENEVA, Kane. 2,451 

George Edward D, 152, 1898t 



GENOA, DeKalb. 1,257 

Patterson Cayton A, 152, 1898 



GEORGETO^VN, Vermilion. 2,307 

Myers J H, 175, 1905 



GIBSON CITY, Ford. 2,086 

Cooper Frank Ljf 
Day Thomas BU 
Hoover W A, 239, 18861 
Howver Harold L, 239, 1902 
Knapp C W, 158, 1896 
Wilkison E D, 175, 1903 



GILLESPIE, Macoupin. 2,241 

Aughinbaugh A J, 175, 1894 
Behrens Charles F, 262, 1901 



GILMAN, Iroquois. 

Condit C Htl 



1,305 



GIRARD, Macoupin. 1,891 

Barnes Asa Hjf 
Smith J D. 341, 1893 
Stewart Frank A, 152, 1905 



GLENCOE, Cook. 1,899 

Swain O Dlf 



GLEN ELLYN. DnPage. 1,763 

Somerville Charles W, 152, 1903 



GOLCONDA, Pope. 1,088 

Crist Joseph B, 267, 1900 



GOLDEN, Adams. 679 

Pendleton Elbert C, 152, 1907 



GRAFTON, Jersey. 1,116 

Dempsey Gideon M, 269, 1903 
Steinman R O, 262, 1905 



GRAND CHAIN, Pulasltl. 

Turner James Mil 



GRANITE CITY, Madison. 

Barnfield J E, 175. 1904 
Craig George A, 175, 1904 
Hamm Henry A, 262, 1901 
Staikoff Delcho R, 271, 1911 



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GRANT PARK, Kankakee. C92 

Freeman Harold W. 216, 1898 


HARVEY, Cook. 7,227 

. Braley John C, 185, 1892 
Graver Alva S, 158, 1900 
Hughes Benj W, 158, 1916 
Stevenson George A, 154, 1891 


GRANDVILLE, Putnam. 1,391 

Meng C FH 


GRAY'S LAKE. Lake. 603 

Harvey E V, 158, 1896 


HAVANA, Mason. 3,525 

Atkinson C Mjl 


GRAYVILI.E, White. 1,940 

Helck Sol AH 


Atkinson Melvin G, 269, 1902 
Lacey Charles W, 152, 1895 
PuUen Lawford G, 322, 1890 


GREENFIELD, Greene. 1,161 


Tucker Alanson PJf 


Powell Henrytl 


HEBRON, McHenry. 644 


GREENUP, Cumberland. 1,224 


Mead Edwin A, 152, 1901 


Worthington Chester A, 163, 1906 


HECKER, Monroe 


GREENVIEW, Menard. 921 


Wagner Arthur W, 271, 1916 


Blane Lee E, 158, 1900 


HENRY, Marshall. 1,687 


GREENVILLE, Bond. 3,178 

Floyd L A, 271, 1916 


Adams Harry W, 163, 1902 
Bayne Roscoe S, 158, 1899 


Jackson N HH 
Linder F E, 262, 1902 
Schwind John A H. 267, 1899 


HERRICK, Shelby. 618 

Fogle Aaron C, 163, 1904 


White George R, 154, 1895 


HERSCHER, Kankakee. 461 

Winder Charles J, 160, 1900 






GRIDLEY, McLean. 750 

Brady R JH 


HERRIN, Williamson. 6,861 

Curry O W, 175, 1901 


GRIGGSVILLE, Pike. 1,262 


Spiller E, 304, 1900 


Carey B W, 262, 1903 
Conroy G E, 300, 1903 


HEYWORTH, McLean. 681 

Garrison G G, 195, 1904 






HAMILTON, Hancock. 1,627 

Covell George M, 186. 1905 
Sennett J PH 


HIGHLAND, Madison. 2,675 

Tschudy Felix H, 269, 1904 


HIGHLAND PARK, Lake. 4,209 


HAMPSHIRE, Kane. 697 

Munn Royal Bernard, 158, 1901 


Fritsch Earl D, 158, 1914 
Hamilton Baker A, 158, 1904 
Sexmith Lyman ,158, 1901 
Watson James, 216, 1894 


HANOVER, Jo Daviess. 650 

Speer Adam R 152, 1902 






HARDIN, Calhoun. 654 

Mottaz Wm L, 262, 1902 


HILLSBORO, Montgomery. 3,424 

Colby C, 262, 1898 
Earhart Floyd SH 


HARRISBURG, Saline. 5,309 

Midklff Clyde D, 152, 1906 
Powell J G* 

Stephens George C, 155, 1892 
Whitley Clifford W, 152, 1910 


Fink H K, 340, 1897 
Strange Eury B, 271, 1905 
Winans^Park H, 262, 1891 


HINSDALE, DuPage. 2,451 

Morrow Arthur W, 152, 1895 
Rawlings Frederick McD, 158, 1897 
Vorhees Frank H, 158, 1916 


HARTSBURG, Logan. 350 

Heyenga Wilkes Ctj 






HARVARD, MeHenry. 3,008 

Babcock W, 158. 1912 
Bagley Wm S, 158, 1894 
Fountain John J, 152, 1890 


HOMER, Champaign. 1,0S6 

Conkey Frank M, 217, 1891 
Rose F M, 239, 1911 



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R. L. POLK & CO.'S DENTAL 



HOOPESTON, Vermilion. 

Heaton John A, 152, 1898 
Hussey W N, 152, 1901 



4,688 



HUME, Edgar. 572 

Sluss Frank L, 158, 1904 



HUNTLEY, McHenrj. 773 

Richardson C W, 158, 1890 



HUTSONVILLE, Crawford. 722 

Apple MarionH 



ILLIOPOLIS, Sangamon. 849 

Barnum L D, 152, 1905 



INDUSTRY, AIcDononsrli. 580 

McCreight J SH 



IPAVA, Fnlton, 652 

Doss C H, 300, 1897 



JACKSONVILIiE, Morgan. 15,326 
APPLEBEE ALPHA B, A B, D D S, 

Northwestern Univ Dental School, 
Chicago, 111, 1012; Instructor in 
Same, 1912-13; Sec-Treas Morgan Co 
Dental Soc; Mem National Dental 
Assn, 111 State Dental Soc, Delta 
Sigma Delta Fraternity and Pan-Am 
Dental Congress; Specialty Pyor- 
rhea Treatment; Hours 9 a m to 12 
m and 1:30 to 4 p m; Tel Long Dis- 
tance Bell 194, 111 99; 44 N Side 
Square 

Buckthorpe Robert R, 239, 1896 

Griswold H L, 239, 1894 

Hopper Charles, 158, 1903 

KINGSLEY AUSTIN C, D D S, Coll 
of Dentistry of the Univ of Illinois, 
Chicago, 111, 1908; Sec Board on 
Reorganization of Dental School; 
Mem National Dental Assn, 111 State 
and Morgan Co Dist Dental Socs and 
Delta Sigma Delta Fraternity; Hours 
9 a m to 12 m and 1:30 to 5:30 p m; 
409-10-11 Ayers Bank Bldg 

Kopperl G H. 217, 1894 

Magill Charles B, 152, 1890 

Noyes Fredk C, 185, 1899 

Powell Clarence BH 

Sawyer Charles Biff 

Sperry John WH 

Tormey Joseph, 195, 1905 

"Widenham John C^lt 

Wood A C, 158, 1916 

Young V: B, 262, 1901§ 



JERSEYVILLE, Jereiey. 4,113 

Bull Herman DUf 
Holland Wm E, 321, 18861 
Rice James Orville, 262, 1907 
Rich Henry W, 152, 1897t 
Schwartz John G, 262, 1904 
Sunderland J A|f 



JOHNSTON CITY, Williamson. 

Slaton Edward, 321, 1904 



3,24S 



JOLIET, Win. 34,670 

Andrews Wm G, 158, 1896, 201 N Chi- 
cago 

Bevan Wm F, 152, 1896, 612 Joliet Natl 
Bank bldg 

Brunson Gay M; 322, 1888,t 300 Cut- 
ting bldg 

Cheeseman Austin S,1I 23 Young bldg 

Clyne Wade C, 15^, 1912, 404 Wood- 
ruff bldg 

Collins Thomas M,* 405 Barber bldg 

Connors John T, 152, 1908, 127 Jeffer- 
son 

Copley Harry, 158, 1898, 600 Woodruff 
bldg 

Duncan S Finley, 152, 1888,t 116 Chi- 
cago 

Dyblie John H, 163, 1906, 821 Cass 

Fouser John R, 323, 1888,t 310 Sher- 
man 

French Charles R, 152, 1912, 2 Audi- 
torium blk 

Gatons John J, 158, 1905, 501 Wood- 
ruff bldg 

Hicks Henry F,1I 300 Cutting blk 

Holland Keron J, 152, 1907, 604 Wood- 
ruff bldg 

Ireland Elizabeth L, 163, 1904, 508 
Barber bldg 

Ireland Thomas J, 163, 1904, 508 Bar- 
ber bldg 

Leonard James P,1[ 417 Joliet Natl 
Bank bldg 

Limacher John A, 152, 1904, 101 Braun- 
Kiep bldg 

Lotz Harry F, 322, 1896, Barber bldg 

Mulford Thomas T,* 502 Joliet Natl 
Bank bldg 

Myers Frank G, 152, 1902, 402 Wood- 
ruff bldg 

Patterson Archibald B, 152, 1905, 110 
Chicago 

Saville Guy P, 239, 1902, 302 Woodruff 
bldg 

Spires Louis E, 158, 1903, 600 Joliet 
Natl Bank bldg 



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Staehle Otto H, 152, 1886,t 615 Joliet 
Natl Bank bldg 

Stewart Ezra H,tlt 413 Cass 

Sykes Harry E, 152, 1904, 5 Auditorium 
blk 

Webb G Daton, 185, 1889, 608 Wood- 
ruff bldg 

Werner Edward H, 282, 1889, 201 
Chicago 

Wilhelmi Simon F, 152, 1894,t 
Young bldg 

Young George W,|I 505 Barber bldg 



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JONESBORO, Union. 1,169 

Hunsaker Robert, 262, 1916 
Lence Wm H, 262, 1905 



KANKAKEE, Kankakee. 13,986 

Barber Roy E, 152, 1906 
Bevan James A, 158, 1901 
Changnon Aylmer R, 158, 1897 
Croxen Ernest, 152, 1909 
Dellibac Leroy, 158, 1899 
Kauffman John C jrH 
Lind Adam, 158, 1903 
Mathieu Wesley J, 158, 1901 
Mills George A, 175, 1900 
Nourie Edward J, 152, 1907 
Payan Zotiqu J, 322, 1899 
Reid Wm E, 158, 1909 
Schofield Herbert S, 158, 1904 
Scott Dan P, 158, 1898 
Williams Clarence W, 152, 1892 
Willman Arthur C, 152, 1898 
Winters J C, 152, 1901 
Zwisler J Albert, 158, 1914 



KANSAS, Edgar. 945 

Bell F W, 175, 1888 
Sunderman Wm E, 271, 1911 
Woods F R, 158, 1910 



KEITHSBURG, Mercer. 1,515 

Bloomer Richard E, 239, 1898 
Green B C, 322. 1896 



KBNNEY, De Witt. 670 

Watt F W* 



KEWANEE, Henry. 9,307 

Carpenter Ralph D, 152, 1910 
Greenhow Barney F, 158, 1889 
Helmer Philip A, 152, 1902 
Humfreville George B, 264, 1900 
Levering Gustavus M, 163, 1902 
Palmer George F, 163, 1903 
Sharp Samuel Jff 
Swain Frank M, 322, 1885t 



KINCAID, ChrUtlan 

Vaughn M V* 



KINMVNDY, Marion. 997 

Laswell James L, 176, 1900§ 



KIRKWOOD, Warren. 926 

Kyler John F, 154, 1891 



KNOXVILLE, Knox. 1,818 

Lander Floyd C, 152, 1896 
Liken Clyde T, 152, 1904 



LACON, Marshall. 1,495 

Bovik Roley, 158, 1906 
Kenward Edward D, 152, 1901 



LAFAYETTE, Stark. 

Smith May Cleo, 239, 1885 



287 



LA GRANGE, Cook. 5,283 

Cohn Israel, 163, 1904 
Dewey Herbert C, 158, 1903 
Dunn Ernest L, 158, 1908 
Fellows Roger L, 158, 1898 
Lemon W M, 152, 1901 
Mullin Wm, 152, 1898 



LA HARPE, Hancock. 1,349 

Aldrich G A* 
Butler Wm O, 321, 1876 
Ervay Fred Leslie, 186, 1904t 
Myers Leroy A, 158, 1911 



LAKE BLUFF, Lake. 

Pitt Henry N, 152, 1887 



LAKE FOREST, Lake. 

Read M Olive, 158, 1895t 



LAMOILLE, Bureau. 

Eddy Wallace E, 152, 1896 



726 



3,349 



555 



LANARK, Carroll. 

Clark Ralph L, 158, 1913 
Diehl Fred S, 158, 1908 



1,175 



LA SALLE, La Salle. 11,537 

Bayne Arthur S, 158, 1898 
Duncan John R, 152, 1906 
Kolm Frederick F, 300, 1899 
Nertney Edward G, 152, 1910 
Olmstead Adelbert T, 300, 1885 
Smith Robert EH 
Wood Seely C, 152, 1909 



LAWRENCEVILLE, Lawrence. 

Pritchett George C, 262, 1908 



3,235 



LEAP RIVER, Ogle. 

Pruner W E, 175, 1895 



469 



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LEBAXON, St. Clair. 

Pecau Joseph P, 271, 1905 



1,907 



LELAND, LaSalle 

Davis James C, 158, 1898 



L,E3IONT, Cook. 2,284 

Mahle Arthur A, 158, 1901 



LENA, Stephenson. 1,168 

Alzeno Guerney E, 158, 1915 
Tucker W E, 152, 1891t 



LE ROY, McLean. 1,702 

Long Joseph E, 262, 1900 
Wait Guy F, 158, 1898 



LEAVISTOWN, Fulton. 2,31i 

Baily E B* 

Hanson Grier, 152, 1897 
Severns Jesse E, 271, 1915 
Shaffer Lee H, 158, 1911 



LEXINGTON, McLean. 

Magill Lewis M, 152, 1895 
Minch Frank P, 152, 1914 



1,318 



LIBERTY, Adams. 499 

Phillips Henry J, 110, 1900 



LIBERTYVILLE, Lake. 

Golding Lewis E, 152, 1902 
Smith Edward H, 158, 1894 



1,724 



LINCOLN, Logan. 10,892 

Blair George M jr, 158, 1909 
Goebel Robert, 300. 18831 
Hamil Frederick L. 152, 1899 
Hart J Edwin, 152,' 1891 
Hoblit Samuel G, 175, 1898 
Houser Wm O, 152, 1893 
Lawrance Reuben N, 300, 1868 
Lawrp-oe Edward P, 152, 1900 
Ogle r;;fford C. 175. 1904 
Parks Pearl, 158, 1902 
Rimerman Victor H, 265, 1901 
Winzeler Louis C, 158, 1909 



l-ITCHFIELD, Montgomery. 

Baker Thomas T, 262, 1890t 
Grafton Charles W, 185, 1898 
Gray L R, 176, 190011 
Snerly Rollin D, 270, 1910 • 



5,971 



LOCKPORT, Will. 2,555 

Foster Charles H, 154. 1893t 
Lotz Henry F, 322, 1896 



LODA, Iroqnois. 603 

Stapleton Clyde L, 122, 1901 



LOMBARD, Dupage. 1,000 

Underv/ood Wm J, 158, 1915 



LONDON MILLS, Fulton. 

Miller Frank L, 152, 1903 



555 



LYNDON, Wbiteslde. 390 

Jennings Raleigh A, 158, 1905 



• McLEANSBORO, Hamilton. 

Barter James S, 341, 1895 
Peer Homer, 152, 1915 
Tevis W A, 270, 1913 



3IACEDONIA, Hamilton. 

Sullivan W N, 271, 1906 



1,796 



285 



aiACKINAW, Tazewell. 

Allen Geo Stewart, 320, 1895 



725 



MACOMB, McDononglt. 5,774 

Brooking Frederick V, 217, 1888 
Fuhr Wm S|I 
Lane Frank A, 152, 1890t 
McMillan James D, 152, 1896t 
Worrell K G, 301, 1903 



MADISON, Madison. 5,046 

Gitchoff Anton A, 270, 1913 
Marshall Roy A, 158, 1912 



MAHOMET, Cbampaig>n. 

Daniels R F* 



665 



MALTA, DeKalb. 450 

Berryman Wm L, 163, 1904 



MANHATTAN, "Will. 443 

Conley Winifred, 158, 1901 



MANITO, Mason. 

Hodinson F B, 195, 1903 



561 



MANTENO, Kankakee. 1.200 

Hollister Claude R, 158, 1909 



MAQLON, Knox. 472 

Bailey O Clark, 163, 1909 



MARENGO, McHenry. 

Adams John MH 
Shannon Fred H, 152, 1898 
Steele John A, 152, 1902 



1,936 



MARION, Williamson. 7,093 

Ballance Mark W, 270, 1907 
Moore Walter P, 195, 1887 



MARISSA, Saint Clair. 

Glenn Carl L. 269. 1904 



2,004 



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MAROA, Macon. 1,160 

Crouch Rollo O, 152, 1902 
Vernor R B, 267, 1902 



MARSE}ILLrE:S, LaSalle. 3,291 

Ankeny Ralph L, 152, 1902 
Kuns Daniel J, 158, 1896 



MARSHALL, Clark. 2,569 

Mitchell C D, 175, 1907 
Turman W R, 175, 1897 



MARTINSVILLE, Clark. 1,500 

Kelly G SH 



MASCOLTAH, Saint Clair. 2,081 

Freivogel Wm C, 271, 1905 



MASON CITY, Mason. 1,842 

McLemore W Yj| 

Tomlin Frank B, 158, 1900 



MATTESON, Cook. 461 

Hall Robert S, 152, 1906 



MATTOON, Coles. 11.456 

Campbell Samuel A, 321, 1869t§ 
Comer Charles E, 163. 190511 
Corley Guy F, 152, 1902t§ 
Jaffe Aaron A, 152, 1912 
LaDue John B, 163, 1905 
Ratcliff Allen K, 271, 1914 
Walters Frank L, 195, 1900 



MAYWOOD, Cook. 8,033 

Clendenen Irving B, 156, 1894 
Edlund E Walter, 158, 1912 
Trager Prank A, 158, 1906 



MAZON, Grundy. 471 

AVatts Ernest D, 152, 1907 



MEDORA, Maconpin. 

Rich Albert Clf 



444 



4,806 



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ILLINOIS 



269 



MELROSE PARK, Cook. 

Lighthart Garret, 152, 1898 

Snow Wm E, 158, 1909 

WERNINGHAUS WILLIAM E, D D S, 
Univ of Illinois, Coll of Dentistry, 
Chicago, 111, 1915; Mem Staff Chica- 
go Therapeutic Institute; Mem Psi 
Omega Dental Fraternity and 111 
State Dental Soc; 148 Broadway 



MENDON, Adams. 640 

Shaw W Clifford, 186, 1905 



MENDOTA, LaSalle. 3,806 

Etzbach Bruno A, 158, 1912 
Hughes B N, 152, 1901 
Patterson Franklin J, 355, 1882 
Worsley Willard J, 158, 1900 



MEREOOSIA, Morgan. 051 

Hamman H Howard, 158, 1905 



METROPOLIS, Massac. 

Cummins I Ttl 
Goodall J J, 152, 1911 
Marberry J M,1f 



4,655 



MILFORD, Iroquois. 1,316 

Brown Leonard G, 158, 1905 
Ryburn Wm F, 185, 1891 



MINIER, Tazewell. 690 

McLaughlin John E, 152, 1902 



MINONK, Woodford. 2,070 

Newsome N B, 152, 1892t 
Wilcox Alfred R, 152, 1886 
Wilcox Brainard A, 152, 1908 



MODESTO, Macoupin. 

Solomon Wm A, 270, 1905 



298 



MOLINE, Rock Island. 24,199 

Albright Harry A, 152, 1912, 411 Va 15th 
Albright L G, 152, 1902, 4111/2 15th 
Babcock Drury A, 341, 1897, 1422i^ 

15th 
Bandy Claude W, 152, 1902, 403 15th 
Bisant Oscar M, 152, 1903, 15271/2 5th 
Duffy Eugene J,tl 406 Reliance bldg 
Gluesing John W, 185, 1890, 304 Re- 
liance bldg 
Graflund Fred, 158, 1898, 4 Kerns bldg 
Hinman Ralph B, 152, 1904, 503 Reli- 
ance bldg 
Jericho S D, 158, 1916, 403 15th 
Kuttler Frederick C.![ 514% 15th 
Lindburg Harry L, 152, 1914, 412 Re- 
liance bldg 
Mortensen Mont R, 265, 1913, 518% 

15th 
Peterson Charles W, 152, 1906, 412 Re- 
liance bldg 
Robeson Mary G, 158, 1900, 304 Re- 
liance bldg 
Ryder Fred J, 152, 1902, 506 Reliance 

bldg 
Straw W Lincoln, 321, 1889, 202 Sohr- 
beck bldg 



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3IOL,INE — Cont'd 
Tillotson George KJ 5031/2 15th 
West Joseph W, 152, 1903, 2 McKin- 

nie blk 
Whitaker Arthur D, 152, 1910, 511% 

15th 
Ziegler Horace Allen, 158, 1902, 509 

Reliance bldg 



MOMENCE, Kankakee. 2,201 

Gibson Elmer G, 152, 1898 
Hoover Chester Wjl 



MOIVaiOUTH, Warren. 9,128 

Daymude O Mil 
Evey John M, 175, 1901 
Glass Alfred W, 158, 1901 
Hood Robert W, 265, 1895 
Knights Earl B, 152, 1906 
Phelps Walter S, 152, 1903 
Stott Hubert, 152, 1902 



MONTICELLO, Piatt. 

Keel Fred W, 265, 1898 
Lord Wm LJI 



1,981 



MOOSBHBART, Kane 

Johnson Gifford, 152, 1916 



MORRIS, Grundy. 4,563 

Barker Oakley M, 158, 1900 
Bullard Ward E, 175, 1889 
Harrison A G, 152, 1889 
Lickly J J, 175, 18871 
Schwartz Frederick H, 163, 1903 



MORRISON, Whiteside. 2,410 

Martindale Karl J, 239, 1901 
Nelson Melvin R, 158, 1901 
Simpson P H, 152, 1903 



MORRISONVIIiliE, Cliristian. 1,126 

Crag George A, 175, 1904 



MORTON, Taaewell. 1,004 

Winters Meade E, 262, 1907 



MOUND CIT\, Pulaski. 2,837 

Rice Herbert C, 300, 1905 
Willard Simon, 152, 1890 



MOUNDS, Pulaski. 

Boyd Wm Elf 



1,686 



MT. CARMEL, W^abash. 6.934 

Bell Roscoe C, 271, 1909 
Daley Thomas H, 158, 1901 
Gentry G C, 262, 1914 
Wiist Harry B, 262, 1916 

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ESTABLISHED 1892 

15 W. 44th St., NEW YORK CITY 



MOUNT CARROLL,, Carroll. 

Bawden Arthur C, 163, 1902 
Bawden Steven R, 163, 1903 
Germany James Wilt 
Tipton Wm R, 185, 1887 



1,759 



MOUNT MORRIS, Ogle. 

Ritson Joseph H, 158, 1902 



1,132 



MOUNT OLIVE, Macoupin. 3,501 

Boeker J Cj! 

Hyndman Hunter S, 262, 1897 



MT PULASKI, Logan. 

Evans John H, 175, 1887 
Reinders F W, 175, 1903 



1,511 



MOUNT STERLING, Brown. 

Browning E L, 186, 1904 
Davis Wm T, 300, 1902 
Hurdle O N, 262, 1916 
Hurdle Roy V, 154, 1892 
Orr Charles C, 269, 1904 



1,986 



MOUNT VERNON, Jefferson. 8,007 

Case Frank D, 175. 1897 
Collins George V, 262, 1884 
Irons Letcher, 341, 1888 
Richardson Roland C, 300, 1901 
Rivenburgh Alexander M, 152, 1889 



MOWEAQUA. Shelby. 

Kyner Arthur D, 152, 1895 



1,513 



MURPHYSBORO, Jackson. 

Cummins Harry Rff 
Forshee W Sjl 
Perry John L. 262, 1892§ 
Schade Wm F, 271, 1905 
Van Ornam James CH 



7,485 



NAPERVILLE, DuPage. 

Brazelton L A, 262, 1915 
Goetz Otto A, 152, 1902 
Slick Albert B, 158, 1904 



3,449 



NASHVILLE, W^ashlngton. 2,136 

Hohman Edward H, 262, 1903 
Leibrock John P, 262, 1898 
Lesemann Philip B, 195, 1895 
Phillips Lyman T, 239, 1883t 



NAUVOO, Hancock. 1,020 

Hobbs Lester B, 186, 1902 
Krueger Waldamer, 271, 1915 



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Lademan A S, 354, 1906 



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271 



NEW ATHENS, St. Clair. 1,131 

Lanter Dominick E, 262, 1908 
Muetze H, 262, 1888 



NEAV BADEN, Clinton. 1,372 

Schmidt Clarence E, 157, 1906 



NEW BOSTON, Mercer. 718 

Ohlwein John G, 152, 1902 



NEWMAN, Douglas. 

Bacon C G, 152, 1900 
Mitchell B Ffl 



1,264 



NEWTON, Jasper. 2,108 

Midkiff A III 

Riley Daniel H, 158, 1905 
Riley Harbin L, 158, 1905 
Smith H O, 158 ,1905 
Williams W GH 



NOIiOMIS, Montgomery. 

Lowder O H, 175, 1903 
Sprinkle J M, 175, 1885t 



1,872 



NORMAL,, McLean. 4,024 

Crigler Julius Wjj 
McCormick Henry G, 239, 1903 



NORRIS CITY, W^hite. 

McGuire Eugene, 262, 1900 



1,055 



OAKLAND, Colse. 1,159 

Hill J Leslie, 300, 1910 
Margason Nannie, 175, 1894 



OAK PARK, Cook. 19,444 

Barber B D, 152, 1892 
Bommerschelm E F, 158, 1916 
Chapman E Morgan, 158, 1892 
Ehlers Frederick F, 158, 1899 
Evans Wm M, 155, 1892 
Fellman W O, 158, 1896 
Gregg Victor H, 152, 1908 
Kettlewell Norman L, 158, 1914 
McDonald Silas E, 152, 1892 
MacMurray Lachlan C, 152, 1903 
Rockey Charles F, 152, 1898 
Rowley Francis M, 154, 1892 
Ruggles Fred J, 185, 1895 
Sharpe Willard P, 152, 1904 
Spalding John G, 158, 1901 
Vaughan John B, 158, 1902 
Vonder Heydt Harry KH 



OBLONG, Crawford. 1,482 

Wylde David Z, 186, 1903 



ODELL, Livingston. 

Muzzy D B, 152, 1893 



1,035 



O'PALLON, St. Clair. 2,018 

Blanck Walter H, 262, 1905 



OHIO, Bureau. 627 

Blanchard Frank E 152, 1902 



OKAWVILLE, Wasliington. 

Rose W E, 267, 1901 



570 



OLNEY, Ricltland. 5,011 

Borah Oliver C, 152, 1910 
Eagleson Solon, 300, 1907 
Hopkins Walter H, 267, 1898§ 



ONARGA, Iroquois. 

Johnson I Bf 

Search John T, 152, 1895 



1,273 



ONEIDA, Knox. 589 

Day O A, 175, 1905 



ORANGEVILLE, Stephenson. 370 

Gouse Marcus W, 158, 1904 



OREGON, Ogle. 2,180 

Bemis Bertis B, 152, 1897 
Bunker Willis CUt 
Canode Jonas F, 152, 1898 
Wade H E, 152, 18871 



ORION, Henry. 655 

Magnuson John E, 152, 1895t 



OS\i^EGO, Kendall. 600 

Voss Lewis T, 152, 1894 



OTTAWA, LaSalle. 9,535 

Buchner J Ernest* 

Clark J TrumanU 

Guthrie Nicholas A, 152, 1900 

Head Lyle D, 152, 1903 

Huff Frank H* 

Jordan Louis E, 152, 1901 

Karr Guy A, 152, 1914 

Kelly Edward A, 154, 1895 

Kile Arthur M, 152, 1902 

Richards Frederick A, 152, 1899 

Schroeder Louis A, 163, 1911 

Sharp Charles B. 163, 1904 

Smith Albert, 239, 1883 

Stordock Perry G, 152, 1905 

Sullivan Edmund F* 

Wendel Philip J, 152, 1899 



PALATINE, Cook. 1,144 

Malcomb John L, 158, 1904 
Putnam Rush M, 239, 1881 



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PAIiBSTINE, Crawford. 1,399 

Hughes David J, 158, 1901 
Robbins W S, 176, 1904 



PALMYRA, Alaconpln. 

Gelder F Aff 

Ridgway Oliver M, 175, 1897 



873 



PANA, Christian. 

Broering H A, 300, 1898 
Dowell B F, 158, 1898 
Gilbert G NU 
Reid John D, 175, 1897t 



6,055 



PARIS, Gdsar. 7,664 

Bell F W, 175, 1899 
Berlau Leon, 320, 1899 
Cretors Emmett D, 152, 1903 
Jones Elmer E, 175, 1886 
Pardee Silas B, 158, 1902 
Ruff G O, 175, 1908 



PAW PAW, L,ee. 709 

Daugherty James B, 185, 1898t 



PAXTON, Ford. 2,912 

Babcock A Mil 

Button George Pjl 

Hanson A A, 152, 1902 

Newlin Fred Flf 

Urban Charles C, 175, 1902 



PAYSON, Adams. 467 

Hollembeak Walter L, 158, 1898 



PEARL CITY, Stephenson. 485 

Hooker Morrell W, 152, 1907 



PBKIN, Tazewell. 9,897 

Cleveland Gilbert C, 265, 1898 
Horner Robert C, 152, 1899 
Read Charles E, 239, 1911 
Thrush Wm A, 216, 1892 
VanHorne AlbertU 



PEORIA, Peoria. 78,924 

Babb John W, 186, 1902, 333 S Adams 

Baldwin Dennlson H, 216, 1891, 306-7 
Masonic Temple 

Barclay H F, 152, 1916, 609 Jefferson 
bldg 

Bear Homer A, 158, 1896, 5 Old Li- 
brary bldg 

Biggs George C, 175, 1907, 412 Jeffer- 
son bldg 

Blome Albert H, 158, 1905, 119 S 

Adams 
Brownell C B, 152, 1901, 523 Jefferson 

bldg 



COE THOMAS C, D D S, Keokuk Den- 
tal Coll, Dental Dept Keokuk Med 
Coll, Keokuk, Iowa, 1906; Mem Na- 
tional, 111 State and Peoria Co Dental 
Socs; Hours 9 a m to 12 m 2 to 5 p 
m; Tel 438; 607 Central Natl Bank. 
Bldg 

Collins Walter F,tft 215 N Monroe 

Coney Joseph P, 134, 1904, 309 Central 
Natl Bank bldg 

Daniels Richard H, 152, 1905, 436 Wool- 
ner bldg 

Dickinson Albert N, 156, 1896, 505 
Central Natl Bank bldg 

Du Chane W N,- 158, 1906, 202 Bryan 
bldg 

Graber R Lester, 152, 1902, 609 Jef- 
ferson bldg 

Harvey John P, 152, 1895, 108 Flora 

Harsch Benjamin T,1I 158, 1904, 202 
Bryan bldg 

Howard Harold W,* 119 S Adams 

Johnston Wm A, 320, 1881, 615 Jef- 
ferson bldg 

Kelly Franklin D,* 216 Moss av 

Kintzer I Chester,1[ 13 Anheuser-Neil 
bldg 

Kramm Erhard jr, 158, 1899, 606 Mon- 
roe 

Kramm Wm, 341, 1898, 411 Jefferson 
.bldg 

Kuhn C F,1[ 241 Woolner bldg 

Landin Orin F, 163, 1906, 108 S Adams 

Landon Chauncey C, 158, 1895, 108 S 
Adams 

Luthringer John P, 152, 1899 ,507 Jef- 
ferson bldg 

McCorkle Eri J, 152, 1911, 234 Wool- 
ner bldg 

Martin Hugh H,1I 333 S Adams 

Martin Wallace C, 320, 1876t, 30T 
Main 

Moore Vernon A, 163, 1905, 240 Wool- 
ner bldg 

Murdoch John C, 130, 1902, 617 Jef- 
ferson bldg 

Newlin Clarence N, 152, 1909, 427 Jef- 
ferson bldg 

PARR ALBERT C, D D S, Baltimore 
Coll of Dental Surg, Baltimore Md, 
1905; Specialty, Crown and Bridge 
Work; 311 Main 

Pearce James H,1I 436 Woolner bldg 

Peters Charles F.H 211 Central Natl 
Bank bldg 

Peters Edward H,1It 321 Main 

Peters Wilfred T,* 321 Main 



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Peterson Arthur C, 158, 1903, 119 S 
Adams 

Prettyman George F, 186, 1907, 501 
Jefferson bldg 

Richardson Alexander A jr, 152, 1901, 
422 Jefferson bldg 

Scanland Robert MJ 317 Main 

Shepherd Aaron J, 158, 1898, 623 Jef- 
ferson bldg 

Smith Arthur G, 228, 1894,t 511 Cen- 
tral Natl Bank bldg 

Smith Charles M, 152, 1907, 609 Jef- 
ferson bldg 

Snowden Leroy, 152, 1896, 711 Central 
Natl Bank bldg 

Stevens Loyd M, 152, 1916, 422 Jeffer- 
son bldg 

Steward L E, 158, 1914, 202 Bryan 
bldg 

Swartz Helen L, 186, 1900, 2015 S 
Adams 

Swartz Melvin W, 152, 1890, 2015 S 
Adams 

Trevett Allison B, 158, 1915, 119 S 
Adams 

Trinkaus Jacob L, 239, 1901, 621 Jef- 
ferson bldg 

Turney Thomas J, 152, 1912, 108 S 
Adams 

Uppendahl Frank H, 152, 1907, 2135 
S Adams 

VanSant Leport R 158, 1907, 700 S 
Adams 

VanSant Ralph N, 158, 1904, 700 S 
Adams 

Weatherwax Walter J, 152, 1900, 521 
Jefferson bldg 

Welch James R,1[ 325 Central Natl 
Bank bldg 

Whalen Wm F, 152, 1892, Lehman 
bldg 

WILLETT RAYMOND C, D M D, 
Washington Univ Dental School, St 
Louis Mo, 1899; Mem American Soc 
of Orthodontists, Illinois State and 
Peoria Co Dental Socs; Practice 
Limited to Orthodontia; Hours 10 
am to 12 m and 2 to 5 p m; Tel 
Central Union Main 663; 528-529 
Jefferson bldg 

Wiltz Otto P 152, 1905, 418 Jefferson 
bldg 

Winget Wm H, 269, 1901, 243 Wool- 
ner bldg 

Wirth Henry J, 152, 1914, 709 Central 
Natl Bank bldg 



PEOTONE, Win. 1,207 

Howe Robert S, 152, 1907 
Willman Jerome E, 152 1900 



PERRY, Pike. 649 

Clarey George BUt 



PERU, LaSalle. 7,984 

Boyer I B, 152, 1905 
Koehler Fred W 152, 1907 
Olmsted Lewis G, 152, 1900 



PETERSBURG, Menard. 2,587 
Fouche Arthur L, 152, 1905 
McDougall Charles D, 152, 1895 
Spears George W, 152, 1902 
White Paul G, 158, 1909 



PINCKNEYVILLE, Perry. 

Kane John K, 152, 1894 
Quillman J L, 262, 1915 
Roe Charles H, 262, 1902 



2,722 



PIPER CITV% Ford. 662 

Ehrhardt F Off 



PITTSFIELD, Pike. 2,095 

Carey Albert B jr, 158, 1896 
Dickey W W, 300, 1889 
Kibler Ora L, 152, 1895 



PLAINFIELD, Will. 1,019 

Fehrenbacher Frank J, 152. 1916 
Spangler Harry T, 163, 1907 



PL.ANO, Kendall. 

Foster R A, 158, 1908 
Osten R C V, 275, 1909 



1,627 



PUYMOUTH, Hancock. 829 

Groves J M* 



POCAHONTAS, Bond. 

Byfield James H|[ 



749 



POLO, Ogle. 1,828 
Hibarger Joseph R, 341, 1895 
Thomas Edward S, 158, 1902 
Treat Gilbert Bjl 



PONTIAC, Livingston. 6,090 

Lee Arthur B, 158, 1907 
Lockie Thomas, 152, 1898 
Mohan Joseph F, 158, 1906 
Priestman Wm H, 239, 1882t 
Pyper Philip A, 158, 1893t 
Thayer Eugene Aff 



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R. L. POLK & CO.'S DENTAL 



POTOMAC, Vermllloii. 

Walters J T, 265, 1897 



488 



PRINCETON, Bureau. 4,131 

Gill Harry C, 152, 1910 
Gunning Thomas P, 152, 1905 
Hodgman Charles W, 322, 1890t 
McDaniel J A, 152, 1889t 
McKee Herbert Mlj 
Richardson George R, 158, 1898 



PRINCBVILLE, Peoria. 

Hawkes Arthur J, 158, 1901 
Hicks Wm S, 158, 1899 



785 



PROPHETSTOWN, Whiteside. 

Gostelow Franklin J, 152, 1900 
Holland Joseph F, 152, 1904 
LaDue Stanley B, 152, 1916 



1,083 



Q,UINCY, Adams. 36,587 

Brown J Roy, 152, 1894, 236% N 5th 

Buchanan Robert F, 152, 1893, 518% 
Maine 

Buehner John B, 154, 1895 

Duncan Laurence W, 239, 1911, 414 Il- 
linois State Bank bldg 

Hart Harry V, 265, 1897, 314 111 State 
Bank bldg 

Hewes Charles T, 321, 1880t 

Irwin Charles S, 154, 1892 

King Warren LeRoy, 152, 1901, 220 
Wells bldg 

Koetters Edward F, 163, 1914, Wells 
bldg 

McAfee Thomas W, 152, 1895, 620% 
Hampshire 

Mueller Henry C, 262, 1899 

Nations Guy J, 262, 1902, 519% Hamp- 
shire 

Nations Hugh S, 262, 1901 

NAUMANN HENRY F, D M D, Wash- 
ington Univ Dental School, St Louis, 
Mo, 1892; Mem Illinois State Den- 
tal Soc and National Dental Assn; 
414-416 Illinois State Bank Bldg 

Phillips H J, 186, 1908, 111 State Bank 
bldg 

Richards W F, 216, 1887, Sterns bldg 

Rogers Timothy, 154, 1891 

Ruckenrod Wm G, 271, 1905 

Seidel Julius Hjl 

Simmonds F W, 158, 1899 

Sohm Albert H, 262, 1904 

Stable Helen R, 185, 1910 

Trotter Otis, 262, 1892, 534% Hamp- 
shire 



WHIPPLE HENRY L, D D S, Chicago 
Coll of Dental Surg, Chicago, 111, 
1894; Pres (1917) 111 State Dental 
Soc; Illinois State Bank Bldg 

Wolfe LeRoy H, 186, 1905, 337 Wells 
bldg 



RANKIN Vermillion. 858 

Beach P M, 160, 1900 



RANTOVL, Champaisn. 

Clark Matthew* 



1,500 



RAYMOND, Montgomery. 

Scherer W H, 300, 1900 



881 



RED BUD, Randolph. 1,240 

Glisters George B, 262, 1902 
Schulz Carl A, 156, 1898 



BRIDGE FARM, Vermilion. 967 

Hole Frank M, 158, 1896 



RIDGEWAY, Gallatin. 1,054 

Green Theodore, 158, 1896 
Proctor G Tlf 



RIVERSIDE, Cook. 1,702 

Lawing Ernest O, 265, 1903 



ROANOKE, Woodford. 1,311 

Hubbell C W, 300, 1891 
Wilcox George E, 152, 1912 



ROBERTS, Ford. 

Babcock H W* 



466 



ROBINSON, Crawford. 3,863 

Lowe Clarence H^ 
Olwin Fred B, 152, 1897 
Rafferty Glenn A, 175, 1903 
Steel E H, 152, 1899 
Stephens A G, 158, 1900 
Stephens Earl G, 1^8, 1906 
Stephens L EH 



ROCHEIiLE, Ogla. 2,732 

Elmer A BU 

Elmer Gertis D, 152, 1906 
Fouser Thomas E, 323, 1894 
Vaile Edward L, 239, 1897 



ROCKFORD, Winnebagro. 45,401 

Andrew Lewis J, 152, 1899, 502 Trust- 

bldg 
Biglow Bert H, 158, 1897, 501 Trust 

bldg 
Conner Glen G, 152, 1915, 614 Ashton 

bldg 



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275 



Crossan Orval A, 158, 1908, 601 Brown 
bldg 

Culhane Andrew B, 152, 1901, 503 Trust 
bldg 

Duncan DeLloyd O, 240, 1897, 111 W 
State 

Eakins Edward, 195, 1903, 431 W 
State 

Eastman Frederick A, 152, 1903, 524 
Ashton bldg 

Elliott J H,1I 512 Stewart bldg 

Ells Benjamin F, 158, 1894, 705 Trust 
bldg 

Fahr Henry P,* 1018 S Main 

Gasslander Carl,* 204 Columbia bldg 

Hanaford Marvin UU 308 Stewart 
bldg 

Hardin Joseph W, 152, 1899 

Harned James E, 152, 1891,§ 505 Ash- 
ton bldg 

Harned Merton R, 322, 1884,§ 211 
Stewart bldg 

Harrison Albert M, 152, 1894t§ 412 
Stewart bldg 

Helm Charles S, 152, 1909, 612 Brown 
bldg 

Helm Clinton B, 262, 1885, § 612 Brown 
bldg 

Hernon Charles D, 152, 1904, 408 Trust 
bldg 

Holmin O R, 158, 1903, 402 E State 

Howland Percy Carleton, 152, 1902, 
200 Lundberg bldg 

Johnson Martin L, 158, 1911, 302 Lund- 
berg bldg 

Laon Gottfried,^ 204 Columbia bldg 

McKee Wm A, 271, 1905, Brown bldg 

Mead C B, 152, 1905, 409 Stewart bldg 

Nally Enos C, 158, 1905,1f 206 W State 

Nordgren Robert G, 163, 1905, Lund- 
berg bldg 

Palmer James L, 152, 1892, 413 Brown 
bldg 

Pfeiffer Carl E, 158, 1908, 206 W State 

Plummer Perry H, 158, 1905, 306 E 
State 

Porter Harry H, 152, 1897, 602 Trust 
bldg 

PRESTON WILLARD M, D D S, Chi- 
cago Coll of Dental Surgery, Chica- 
go, 111, 1916; 614-615-616 Ashton bldg 

Quick Albert G, 152, 1907, 603 Trust 
bldg 

Salisbury Fenwick E, 152, 1890, 601 
Ashton bldg 

Shanklin Robert L, 269, 1899, 204 W 
State 



Sharp Cyril, 158, 1909, 400 Lundberg 
bldg 

Smith Newton J, 239. 1895, 1307 Har- 
lem bldg 

Sowle Charles J, 152, 1895, 401 Brown 
bldg 

Stokes John F, 158, 1902, 406 Stewart 
bldg 

Stone Wilmont B,tl 613 Ashton bldg 

Tebbets Edward S, 158, 1895, 111 N 
1st 

Tull Royden E, 186, 1905, 418 E State 

Walker Elmer E, 152, 1911, 1105 14th 

WETTENGEL HARRY M, D D S, 
Chicago Coll of Dental Surgery, Chi- 
cago, 111, 1902; Mem Natl Dental 
Assn, 111 State, Winnebago Co and 
Northern 111 Dental Socs; 614-615- 
616 Ashton Bldg 

Witherstine Edward J, 152, 1912, 509 
Stewart bldg 

Wolfrum Otto G, 158, 1897, 303 7th 



ROCK ISLAND, Rock Island. 24,335 

Ames Edward Peer, 175, 1901, 302 

Best bldg 
Beck Clara C, 158, 1898, 1404 3d av 
Bickel Frank X, 185, 1891, 204 People's 

Natl Bank bldg 
Condon Clement C, 217, 1904, 1601 21st 
Doran John W, 152, 1902, 17161/2 2d 
Hainline Elliott L,1I 205 Central Trust 

bldg 
Hyatt Frank B, 185, 1895, 180iy2 2d av 
Long Charles J, 152, 1898, 406 Central 

Trust bldg 
Marshall Samuel C, 265, 1897, 31 State 

Bank bldg 
Martin Will E, 175, 1902, 504 Best bldg 
Mueller Carl W, 152, 1907, 304 Robin- 
son bldg 
Nichols James H, 265, 1904, 402 Safety 

bldg 
Pearce Robert M, 152, 1891, 505 Safety 

bldg 
Schoemaker Wm C, 185, 1891, 30 State 

Bank bldg 
Sherrard Benjamin H, 152, 1911, 40& 

Best bldg 
Silvis Charles L, 195, 1893, 406 Central 

Trust bldg 
Smith F Potter, 185, 1897, 17041/2 2d 
Stith Andrew, 152, 1915, 720 I41/2 
Taylor John T, 158, 1898, 402 Safety 

bldg 
Tren Henry G, 158, 1898, 303 People's 

Natl Bank bldg 



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ROODHOUSE, Greene. 2,171 

Rawlins Leon- A, 263, 1908 
Truesdale D MH 


SCOTTVILLE, Macoupin. 301 

Close Ralph E* 


SEATON, Mercer 


ROSEVILLE, Warren. 882 

McMillan Hugh W, 152, 1896 


Zimmer Earl H, 158, 1915 


SENECA, LaSalle. 1,188 

Moran M J, 175, 1903 


ROSSVILiLE, Vermilion. 1,422 

Bush E M, 175, 1902 
Fithian David W, 152, 1899 


SESSER, Franklin. 1,292 

Edwards A U1[ 






RUSHVIL.L.E, Schuyler. 2,422 

Amrine Roscoe C, 185, 1891 
Benson Henry W, 163, 1902 


SHABBONA, DeKalb. 594 

Low Roy J, 158, 1904 


Dace W M, 158, 1897 


SHANNON, Carroll. 633 


SADRUS, Champaign. 336 


Hoy Harvey HH 


Stevens Robert J, 152, 1907 


SHAWNEETOWN, Gallatin. 1,863 


ST, ANNE, Kankakee. 1,065 

Schuchter R, 152, 1914 


McCall Wm G, 160, 1905 
Williams James R, 195, 1901 


ST. CHARLES, Kane. 4,046 

Miller Frederick G, 152, 1898 
Smith Callanus L, 152, 1895 


SHEFFIELD, Bureau. 1,009 

Currier Scott T, 15^, 1890 
Peterson Elmer C, 158, 1900 


ST. ELMO, Fayette. 1,227 

Eldridge Newton M, 262, 190911 
Stringer Albert L, 195, 1895 


SHELBYVILLE, Shelby. 3,596 

Boys N DeWitt, 175, 1908 
Fraker Guy C, 152, 1900 
Hite J Harry, 175, 1900 


ST. FRANCISVILLE, Lawrence. 1,391 

Rice L LH 


Hite Ora E, 175, 1909 
Hoover J L, 239, 1894 
Ruff George 0, 175, 1908 




ST. JOSEPH, Champaign. 681 

Davis H E, 300, 1903 


SHELDON, IROQUOIS, 1,143 

Skiff .Ernest G, 152, 1906 






SALEM, Marion. 2,669 

Jones Oscar, 195, 1896 
Spencer F E, 195, 1897 


SHERIDAN, LaSalle. 506 

Bower Willis H, 158, 1900 






SANDOVAL, Marion. 1,563 

Dodges S* 


SHBRMERVILLE, Cook 

O'Connell J P, 152, 1915 






SANDWICH, DeKalb. 2,557 

Hamill John C, 158, 1896 


SHERRARD, Mercer. 006 

Hays Owen C, 152, 1905 


SAVANNA, Carroll. 3,691 

Clark J E, 152, 1897 


SIDELL, Vermilion. 741 

Elliott Frank S, 160, 1901 


Clotfelter E M, 152, 1897 
Lienlokken James M, 152, 1912 
Rosenkranz Chas C, 152, 


SILVIS, Rock Island. 1,163 

Johnson N Emmett, 152, 1904 


Turner George W, 152, 1898 


SOMONAUK DeKalb 591 


SAYBROOK, McLean. 805 

Anderson John M, 158, 1897 
Crigler J MJI 
Scott J Til 


Chamberlain Fred W, 120, 1892 


SOUTH HOLLAND, Cook 

Lumkes Wm J, 282, 1915 


SCALES MOUND, Jo Daviess. 388 

Rogers R, 158, 1897 


SPARLAND, Marshall. 461 

McCartney Nathaniel B W, 158, 1889 




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277 



SPARTA, Rjinaolph. 3,081 

Probasco Edwin B, 262, 1910 
Simpson John C1I 
Taylor J A, 270, 1909 
Wallace Wm S, 262, 1896 



SPRINGFIGLD, Sangamon. 73,935 

Baldwin J Otho, 158, 1901, 2271/2 S 
5 th 

Beatty Burrell B, 152, 1914, Ferguson 
bldg 

Blanchard R R, 262, 1915, QldVz e N 
Grand av 

Booth Robert P, 152, 1905, 302 Alfred 
Booth bldg 

Bowman Frederick H.U 24 111 Natl 
Bank bldg 

Carruthers George C, 195, 1892, 502 
Workman bldg 

Converse Albert E, 163, 1904, Leland 
bldg 

Darmer John E, 163, 1905, 5IIV2 E 
Monroe 

DeLacey Wm P, 230, 1889, 107^^ N 
5th 

Donelan John J, 152, 1905, 322 DeWitt 
Smith bldg 

Donelan T P, 152, 1900, 322 DeWitt 
Smith bldg 

Forestner John J, 303, 1904, 2231/2 S 
5th 

Frazee Owen L, 152, 1896, Leland bldg 

Gray Wm J, 158, 1904, 528 E Adams 

Halbert Lee V, 262, 1912, 502 Myers 
bldg 

HAZEL E FOSTER, D D S, Univ of 
Pennsylvania School of Dentistry, 
Philadelphia, Pa, 1894; 608 E Cap- 
itol av 

Henderson George H, 355, 1891, 3551/., 
1896, 517 Ridgely Natl Bank bldg 

Hopkins Louis F, 152, 1909, 412 Ridge- 
ly Natl Bank bldg 

Hunn Rudolph G, 158, 1898, 520 N 7th 

Kirby Benj L, 152, 1895, 608 E Cap- 
itol av 

Knoll Theodore F, 186, 1904, Leland 
bldg 

Krotzsch Gustavus J, 262, 1910, 5051^ 
E Monroe 

Lambert Alfred, 262, 1892, 302 Reisch 
bldg 

Lambert Edmund, 152, 1885, 503 Ridge- 
ly Natl Bank bldg 

Lambert J Leslie, 239, 1916, 507 S 
Walnut 



Layman Howard S, 262, 1911, 2231/2 S 
6th 

Leib E H, 152, 1894, 302 Myers Bros 
bldg 

Leib J Robert, 152, 1901, 302 Myers 
Bros bldg 

Logan J M, 300, 1902, I201/2 S 6th 

Miles J I, 163, 1911, 63II/2 E Adams 

Mills George W, 152, 1912, 5th NW 
Cor Monroe 

Munroe Grafton, 320, 1885, 304 Fer- 
guson bldg 

Munroe Ogden B, 320, 1914, 305 Fer- 
guson bldg 

NEAL CHARLES NEWTON, D D S, 
Louisville Coll of Dentistry, Dental 
Dept of the Central Univ of Ken- 
tucky, Louisville Ky, 1904; Hours 
8:30 a m to 12 m and 1:30 to 5:30 
p m; Both Tels 1856; 407-408 Fer- 
guson Bldg; Res Lincoln cor Fay- 
ette av; Tel Bell 3119 

Parcell Edward L, 262, 1900, 307 S 
5th 

Renfrew Benjamin L, 269, 1900, 205 
Ferguson bldg 

Seifert Otto H, 195, 1904, 305 Ridge- 
ly Natl Bank bldg 

Smith Benjamin M, 195, 1889, 318 S 
6th 

Stearman James W, 175, 1904, 5O61/2 
E Monroe 

Stearman L R, 175, 1915, 506% E 
Monroe 

Wall Edward B, 132, 1897, 303 Myers 
bldg 

Watts James B, 158, 1898, 224 DeWitt 
Smith bldg 

Weakley George B, 320, 1898, 505 1/2 
E Washington 

Wood Louis E, 152, 1897, 405 Ridgely 
Natl Bank bldg 



SPRING VAIiLEY, Bureau. 7,035 

Shere J A, 163, 1911 



STAUNTON, Macoupin. 6,048 

Keenan Orren R, 271, 1915 
Stuttle Charles P, 262, 1904 
Wurtz Eugene D, 262, 1899 



STERI.ING, Whiteside. 7,467 

Carolus Irvin B, 154, 1892 
Davis John D, 158, 1897 
Dillon Goodell B, 158, 1884 
Downs George A* 
Hopkins R Leslie, 158, 1894 



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R. L. POLK & CO.'S DENTAL. 



STERLING — Cont'd 
Huffman Arthur JH 
Palmer Walter J, 185, 1916 
Rosenberg Harold D* 
Rosenkranz C Christian, 152, 1887 
Sims Samuel C, 239, 1899 
Wilkins Walter M, 239, 1894 



STEWARD, Lee. 353 

Herrick S Claudius, 186, 1907 



STEAVARDSON, Shelby. 720 

York H H, 175, 1902 



STILLMAN VALLEY, Ogle. 401 

DeGroff Paul B, 158, 1903 



STOCKTON, Jo Daviess. 1,096 

Plankerton Hale A, 152, 1904 
Russell W R, 152, 1895 



STONINGTON, Christian. 1,118 

Armstrong Jesse, 269, 1904 



STREATOR, La Salle. 14.253 

Barickman Earl W, 158, 1913 
Carroll Wm P, 158, 1907 
Curry James A, 152, 1889 
Henry Thomas F, 152, 18881 
Kent Charles W, 152, 1910 
Mason George E, 152, 1907 
Perisho Virgil P, 152, 1904 
Purcell Wm M, 158, 1901 
Schaefer Albert F, 152, 1902 
Swain Earl G, 158, 1905 



STRONGHURST, Henderson. 

Findley Ralph I, 152, 1903 



762 



SULLIVAN, Moultrie. 2,621 

Butler Henry M, 195, 1900 
Butler S F, 195, 1880 
Foster Otto F, 158, 1907 
Marxmiller W H, 175, 1906 



SUMNER, Lawrence. 1,413 

Griffith Daniel D, 300, 1904 
Houchen Stephen A, 267, 1904 



SYCAMORE, DeKalb. 3,926 

Lutterman Eldredge J, 158, 1915 
Maynard Charles H, 152, 1904 
Simpson Wm H, 185, 1890 
Smith Olin H, 322, 1877 



TABLE GROVE, Fulton. 

Brown Charles F, 185, 1903 



544 



TAMALCO, Bond 

Hallam C W, 134, 1915 



TAMPICO, Whiteside. 

McMillan P A, 152, 1898 



849 



TAYLORVILLE, Christian. 

Bonbrake Melchitl 
Bowyer Scott P, 186, 1905 
Henshie Rolen E, 175, 1892. 
Horr E C* 

Houser W H, 300, 1890 
Pence H Clay, 158, 1900 
Shaw Wesley M, 152, 1902 



5,446 



Retired 



THOMPSONVILLE, Franklin. 

Tidwell W T* 



573 



TISKILW^A, Bureau. 857 

Hutchinson Floyd M, 158, 1903 



TOLEDO, Cumberland. 900 

Miller Samuel E, 152, 1905 



TOLONO, Champaign. 760 

Anderson Robert E, 152, 1895 



TOLUCA, Marshall. 2,407 

Downey Joseph M, 158, 1905 



TONICA, LaSalle. 483 

Ebner H B, 152, 1901 



TOULON, Stark. 1,208 

Brown FredU 

McClenahan Frank C, 158, 1904 



TRBMONT, Tazewell. 782 

Eaton Charles D, 158, 1902 
Eaton Wm B, 158, 1915 



TRENTON, Clinton. 1,694 

Steffens Albert H, 269, 1902 
Steffens W R, 271, 1905 



TUSCOLA, Doug-las. 2,453 

Boyce A E, 175, 1894t 

Hine C L, 175, 1904 

Rice Frederick F, 300, 1896 



UPPER ALTON (See Alton) 



URBANA, Champaign. 

Hindman H A, 152, 191511 
Sale Frank OH 
Wallis Edward, 262, 1908 
Wallis Robert, 262, 1905 
Warner Claude B, 158, 1894 



8,245 



UTICA, LaSalle. 1,150 

Hamil Melvin P, 185, 1901 




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279 



VAIVDAI.IA, Fayette. 

Rice F L, 300, 1887 
Schwind W E, 341. 1891 
Snerly Rollin D, 270, 1910 



2,974 



VERMONT, Fultoft. 1,118 

Neilson John P|I 



VERSAILLES, Brown. 557 

Fay Herbert M, 158, 1905 



VICTORIA. Knox. .%4 

Blooniquist Guy H, 158, 1913 



VIENNA, Johnson. 1,124 

McCall R A, 262, 1901 
McKenzie Adolphus E, 158, 1893 



VILLA GROVE, Douglas. 1,828 
Eldredge Thomas S, 158, 1897 
Kennedy George L, 152, 1904 



VIOLA, Mercer. 760 

Lipton George C, 152, 1907 



VIRDEN, Macoupin. 4,000 

Patton J L, 304, 1900 
Neely Wm C, 134, 1912 
Smeigh A A, 175, 1907 
Stewart F A, 152, 1905 
Tucker Frank L, 267, 1898 
Westlake George Hjl 



VIRGINIA, Cass. 

Parkhurst J I![ 
Smith G W, 262, 1898 



1,501 



WALNUT, Bureau. 763 

Burress Albert E, 175, 1883 



WARREN, Jo Daviess. 1,331 

Miller J Tjl 

Puckett Harry C, 158, 1901 

Schadel A C1I 



WARSAW^, Hancock. 2,254 

Hartley Thomas A, 186, 1905 



WASHBURN, Woodford. 777 

Garrett Frank M, 158, 1901 



WASHINGTON, Tazewell. 1,530 

McClung Roy Tjf 
Morrow E A, 264, 1896 



WATERLOO, Monroe. 2,090 

Fike C MH 

Scarsdale H B, 269, 1899 



WATSEKA, Iroquois. 2,476 

Bear George Kl| 

Fidler Frederick A, 152, 1907 

Martin Edward J, 158, 1897 



WAUCONDA, Lalce. 368 

Hughes Leroy E, 152, 1895 



WAUKEGAN, Lake. 16,069 

Albrecht Charles H, 154, 1890 

Davis Robert K, 158, 1901 

Doerbecker George, 321, 1892 

Johnson Walter W, 158 1898 

Kolbe August L, 303, 1901 

ROBERTS NORMAN J, D D S, Balti- 
more Coll Dental Surg, Baltimore, 
Md, 1882; Rush Med Coll Chicago 
111, 1884-1886; Prof Oral Surg North- 
western Dental Coll, Chicago, III, 
1894; Clinical Pi'of Anaesthetics Chi- 
cago Coll Dental Surg, Etc; Mem 
Am Med Assn, 111 State Med Soc, 
Lake Co Med Soc, National, 111, 
Chicago, Odontographic Dental Socs, 
Etc; 101 S Sheridan Road 

Shugart J D* 

Smith Otto B, 158, 1900 

Thomas Lewis E, 158, 1902 

Woodward Oscar H, 158, 1904 



WAVERLY, Morgan. 1,338 

Blair E K, 262, 1875 
Chenoweth Joseph D, 186, 1902 



WAYNE CITY, Wayne. 

Dixon M W, 271, 1915 



620 



WELDON, DeWitt. 521 

Foote Alfred V, 322, 1902 



W^ENONA, Marsliall. 1,442 

Pollard Charles E, 152, 1910 
Sherwood Charles H, 322, 1881 



WEST CHICAGO, DuPage. 2,378 

Greenwood Edwin NH 
Keppler C W, 158, 19051 



WESTERN SPRINGS, Cook. 905 

Roslyn J P, 152, 1909 



WESTFIELD, Clark. 927 

Griffith John J, 300, 1905 
Hill J Leslie, 300, 1910 



WEST FRANKFORT, Franklin. 1,500 

Summers C A, 262, 1903 



WEST PULLMAN (See Chicago) 



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WEST SALEM, Edwards. 725 

Eagleson James H, 300, 1900 



WHEATON, DuPage. 3,423 

Coffey Wm G, 152, 1898 
Grove George C, 158, 1904 
Henry Sylurious A, 153, 1894 
Hopf W V![ 
Mau Otto F, 158, 1903 



WHEEIiINK, Cook. 260 

Seeglitz Otto B, 152, 1887 



WHITEHALiLi, Green. 2,854 

Chapman H H, 262, 1914 
Hume Eugene J, 262, 1896 
Pritchett Thomas WHt 
Rich Albert C, 158, 1908 



WILLiIAMSFIEIiD, Knox. 480 

Hendricks Homer C, 152, 1905 



WILMETTE, Cook. 4,943 

Clopper Paul W, 158, 1914 
Eldred Charles H, 158, 1894 
Upson George D, 158, 1899 



IVILMINGTON, Will. 1,450 

Ferguson Wm J, 158, 1896 



WINCHESTER, Scott. 

Dace J Walton, 158, 1896 
McDonough Martin Llf 



WINDSOR, Shelby. 

Lowe George, 300, 1892 
Scott Edgar M, 300, 1902 
Woolard W HH 



1,639 



987 



WINNETKA, Cook. 3,168 

Childs Ralph S, 158, 1902 
Murdow A H, 154, 1894 
Poff Delhert W, 271, 1911 



M^ITT, Mdntgomery. 

Hubbard E D, 271, 1906 



2,170 



M^OODBVRN, Bond. 428 

(R D Greenville) 
Frost Nelson Pff 



AVOODHUIili, Henry, 692 

Taft Devello E, 163, 1902 



WOOD RIVER, Madison. 

Dean Henry T, 271, 1916 



i,5oa 



W^OOD STOCK, McHenpy. 4,331 

Besley Walter C, 158, 1897 
Cutteridge George A, 152, 1897 
Lawrence Edward Eff 
Seegmiller Geo A, 158, 1915 
Yessler Arthur Mfl 



WYANET, Bureau. 872 

Reed Frank M, 158, 1899 



WYOMING, Stark. 1,506 

Hewitt Wm H, 152, 1904 
Hoover Wm H, 239 1886 
Sweetland ' F AH 



YORKVILIiE, Kendall. 

Ament George D, 163, 1905 
Hoadley George Ffl 
Hoadley Paul L, 152, 1903 



431 



ZION CITY, Lake. 4,789 

Bristor James, 320, 1881 
Rominger Cornelius A, 341, 188S 




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Number of Dentists, 1,337 
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DENTAL SOCIETIES 

Indiana State Dental Society — Organized 1858. President, J. O. Zubrod, Evans- 
ville; Vice-President, S. F. Gilmore, Indianapolis; Secretary, A. R. Ross, Lafayette; 
Treasurer, Roy Archbold, Decatur. 

Cass County Dental Society — President, D. E. Delzell, Logansport; Secretary, 
T. L. Babcock, Logansport; Treasurer, G. A. Nighbert, Logansport. 

First District of Indiana Dental Society — President, S. F. Bosler, Rockport; 
Secretary, A. J. Kimm, Evansville. 

Fort Wayne District Dental Society — President, E. E. Quivey, Ft. Wayne; Sec- 
retary, W. E. Neuenschwander, Ft. Wayne. 

Huntington County Dental Society — President, W. F. Danielson, Huntington; 
Vice-President, O. P. Muckley, Huntington; Secretary-Treasurer, P. R. Houck, 
Huntington. 

Indianapolis Dental Society — President, T. A. Kimberlin; Secretary, C. E. In- 
galls, 1229 Prospect. 

Isaac Knapp Dental Coterie of Ft. Wayne — President, O. V. Ridley; Vice-Presi- 
dent, V. H. Hilgeman; Secretary, W. E. Neuenschwander; Treasurer, J. S. Mc- 
Curdy. 

Kokomo Dental Society — President, A. L. Harter; Secretary, H. F. Mercer. 

Modern Ethical Dental Association — President, Edward Reiss, Terre Haute; 
Secretary, J. H. Cheek, Terre Haute. 

Northern Indiana Dental Society — President, O. A. VanKirk, Kendallville; 
Vice-President, F. A. Wildason, Eaton; Secretary, C. A. Priest, Marion; Treasurer, 
L. W. Dailey, Bluffton. 

Northwestern Indiana Dental Society — President, J. A, Dinwiddle, Lowell; 
Secretary, J. C. Sawyer, Michigan City. 

Thirteenth District Dental Society — President, J. A. Stoeckley, South Bend; 
Secretary, A. S. Wasser, Laporte. 

Wabash Valley Dental Society — President, L. A. G. Powell, Wabash; Secretary, 
F. M. Bozer, Logansport. 

West Central Dental Society — President, R. N. Newhouse, Frankfort; Secre- 
tary, H. W. LeGalley, Lafayette. 

Western Indiana Dental Society — President, L. A. Stewart Sullivan; Secretary, 
H. D. Caton, Terre Haute. 



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DENTAL LAW OF INDIAliA 

(S. 151. Approved March 8, 1 )13) 
Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Indiana: 

Section 1. Dentistry — License to Practice. — That it shall hereafter be unlawful 
for any person to practice dentistry in Indiana who has not first obtained a license 
so to do as hereinafter provided. 

Sec. 2. Board of Examiners — How Appointed. — A Board of Examiners, consist- 
ing of five reputable practicing: dentists, who shall have been in practice in this 
State for not less than five (5) years, shall be appointed on or before the last 
Tuesday of June, 1913, and biennially thereafter, one by the Governor, one by the 
State Board of Health, and three by the Indiana State Dental Association, said board 
to serve for the term of two years from the date of such appointment: Provided,. 
That the members of the present board as now con«itituted shall serve until the 
members of the board are appointed under the provisions of this Act. When con- 
vened, said board shall examine all applicants for certificates of qualification who 
present the credentials hereinafter provided and issue such certificates to all such 
applicants as shall pass a satisfactory examination. 

Sec. 3. Certificate to Practice — Pees. — -After this law goes into effect any person 
desiring to begin the practice of den-tistry in this State shall procure from the State 
Board of Dental Examiners a certificate that such person is entitled to practice 
dentistry in the State of Indiana, and in order to procure such certificate the 
applicant shall submit to the State Board of Dental Examiners his diploma from a 
dental college recognized by the National Association of Dental Faculties; or hold- 
ing a license from the State Board of Dental Examiners of Indiana. Every such 
applicant shall pay to the board $20.00 at the time of making such application, and 
shall pass an examination before the board at ti ne to be fixed by the bord: Pro- 
vided, however. That the fee for a re-examinatior, or any subsequent examination, 
shall be only $10.00; and Provided, further, That If such applicant shall fail to pass 
the examination prescribed by said board, he sh'dl have the right of an appeal to 
the circuit or superior court of the county in wh >ch he resides requiring said board 
to show ca.use why such applicant should not be permitted to practice dentistry, 
lipon the applicant giving a good and satisfactory bond in the sum of two hundred 
dollars ($200.00), to be approved by the court, to secure the costs of such appeal, 
should the appeal be determined against him. 

Sec. 4. County Clerk — Issues License. — Upf>n receipt of the certificate by the 
applicant from the State Board the applicant si" all, upon presentation thereof to the 
clerk of the circuit court of the county in whic'i he resides, receive from such clerk 
a license to practice dentistry in said county 'n the State of Indiana. The person 
receiving such license shall pay to the clerk fifty cents as his fee for issuing and 
recording such license as hereinafter provided. 

Sec. 5. Change of Residence — New License. — In case of change of residence 
from one county to another within this State, the holder of a dentist's license shall 
obtain a new license in the county where he proposes to reside by filing with the 
clerk of the circuit court the license obtain';d by him in the county in which he 
last resided, in the same manner as provided for on the presentation of his certifi- 
cate from the State Board of Dental Examiners, and the clerk shall issue him a 
new license. 

Sec. 6. Form of License. — It shall be the duty of the clerk of the circuit court 
of the county in which an applicant resides or proposes to locate to issue to the 
person presenting such certificate as hereinbefore provided a license over his ofTicial 
seal in the following form: 

State of Indiana, County of , ss: 

I, , clerk of the circuit court In 

the State of Indiana, do hereby certify that has 

complied with the laws of Indiana relating to the practice of dentistry In the 
county afofesaid. 

"Witness my hand and seal of said court, this day of 

Clerk. 

Sec. 7. Clerk's Record — Affidavit of Applicant. — The clerk shall enter of record 
the name, age, place of birth and address of the applicant, and the person so regis- 
tering shall subscribe to and verify by oath before the clerk an affidavit concerning 
such facts, which, if wilfully false, shall subject the afHant to conviction for perjury. 

Sec. 8. Report of License Issued. — The clerk shall furnish annually, on the first 
day of January, to the State Board of Dental Examiners, upon blanks furnished by 
such board, a duplicate list of all certificates received and licenses issued by him 
during the preceding year, and shall include therein the date of issue of each license, 
and the aame, age and residence of the person receiving the same. 

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Sec. 9. Annual Renewal Licens' . — On or before the 31st day of December of 
each year, each dentist now licensedi or subsequently licensed to practice dentistry 
in this State shall transmit to the secretary of the State Board of Dental Examiners 
his i^ignature and address, together with the fee of one dollar and the number of 
his orlier registration certificate and receive therefor a renewal license certificate. 
Said i-enewal license certificate shall be at all times properly displayed in the office 
of the one who is named as the holder of the license, and no person shall be deemed 
in legal practice wlio does not possess such renewal certificate. Any license granted 
by said board shall be cancelled and annulled if the holder thereof fails to secure 
the renewal certificate herein provided for within a period of three months after 
December 31st of each year: Provided, That any license thus cancelled may be 
restoi-ed by the board upon the payment of a fee of five dollars if paid within one 
year after such cancellation. 

Sec. 10. Governor May Remove Member of Board. — The Governor shall have 
the power to remove any member of the Board for incompetency, gross Immorality, 
for any abuse of his official power or for any other good cause and may fill any 
vacancy occasioned by removal, death, resignation or otherwise, by appointment. 
Any person appointed to fill any vacancy of such board, whether caused by death, 
resignation, removal or otherwise, shall hold for the unexpired term of the member 
whose place he is appointed to fill. 

Sec. 11. Regular and Special Meetings. — The Board of Dental Examiners shall 
hold regular meetings at such place as may be fixed by the board, in the month of 
June and in the month of November of each year, on a definite date to be fixed by 
the board, and as often in addition as may be necessary for the transaction of such 
business as may properly come under the provisions of this Act, and it shall have 
power to make all necessary rules and regulations in accordance with this Act. 
Special meetings may be called at any time by any three members of the board, 
to be held at such time and place as may be designated in the call. The board shall 
elect a president and a secretary, and the secretary shall be ex-offlcio treasurer of 
the board. For their services the members shall receive the sum of ten dollars per 
day and their expenses necessarily incurred in attendance upon meetings. It shall 
be the duty of the board to keep a record of all applications for certificates, and 
such records shall contain all the facts set forth in such applications including the 
action of the board thereon and it shall also retain all examination papers for a 
period of one year from the date upon which the examination is held; and said board 
may employ a clerk and allow out of its own funds a reasonable compensation for 
such work, as it may authorize. The secretary of the board shall receive a reason- 
able salary to be fixed by the board. 

Sec. 12. Duty of State Board. — The State Board of Dental Examiners is charged 
with the duty of enforcing this Act, and it shall be the duty of the prosecuting 
attorney on the complaint of the board or any member thereof, to prosecute any 
violation of this act, and any prosecviting attorney, upon receipt from the board 
or any member thereof, of an affidavit charging any person within his jurisdiction 
of a violation of the dental laws of the State of Indiana, or of any of them, who, 
shall fail to prosecute such oif ender criminally, shall- be guilty of a breach of official 
duty. 

Sec. 13. Schedule of Requirements. — The board shall from time to time establish 
and record, in a record kept by them for that purpose, a schedule of the minimum 
requirements which must be complied with by applicants for certificates to practice 
dentistry before they shall be entitled to receive a certificate. 

Sec. 14. Schedule for Colleges. — The board shall also in like manner, establish 
and cause to be recorded in such record a schedule of the minimum requirements 
and rule? for the recognition of dental colleges, so as to keep these requirements 
not lower than the average standard of dental education in other States. No change 
shall be made in such schedule of requirements in any year after the month of 
January of such year. Nor shall any change be made to have any retroactive effect 
nor that shall effect students theretofore matriculated. Such records shall at all 
times be open to examination by the public. 

Sec. 15. Reciprocal Relationship. — The board shall have power to make and 
establish all necessary rules and regulations for reciprocal recognition of certifi- 
cates issued by other states, and to prevent unjust and arbitrary examinations by 
other States of graduates in dentistry from dental colleges in this State who have 
fulfilled its requirements. 

Sec. 16. Refusal of License — Reasons. — The State Board of Dental Examiners 
may refuse to issue license, or if license has been granted, have the right to review 
the evidence upon which a license has been obtained, and then suspend or revoke 
the same for any of the following causes: 

1. The presentation to the board of any diploma, license or certificate obtained 
from an institution which is not reputable, or an unrecognized or irregular institu- 
tion or State board, or obtained by using any illegality, fraud or deception. 

2. Insanity of the applicant or license holder, as adjudicated by the regular 
constituted authorities. 

3. The commission of a criminal operation, or the conviction of a felony involv- 
ing moral turpitude or chronic or persistent inebriety or addiction to drugs. 

Sec. 17. Suspension or Revocation — Right to Appeal. — In all proceedings for a 
suspension or revocation of license, the holder thereof shall be given thirty (30) 



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days' notice to prepare for a hearing and lie shall be heard in person or by counsel 
or both. The members of the State Board of Dental Examiners are hereby author- 
ized to administer oaths, in the hearing of all matters arising in the course of their 
duties, and in such trials as are herein provided, the said board maj^ take oral or 
written proof in the cause being heard. The person to ■whom a license has been 
refused or whose license has been revoked may appeal from the action of the board 
to the circuit or superior court of the county in which he resides: Provided, That he 
shall give a good and satisfactory bond in the sum of two hundred dollars ($200.00), 
to be approved by the court to secure the costs of such appeal should the appeal be 
determined against him. 

Sec. 18. Prosecuting Attorney — Duties. — It shall be the duty of the attorney- 
general, and of the prosecuting attorney of the court to which an appeal from any 
action of the board may be taken, to represent the board in any such appeal; and 
in case such board shall be sustained upon appeal, a fee of twenty dollars shall be 
taxed as a part of the costs of the appeal, in favor of the prosecuting attorney; and 
the board may have the right to employ out of its own funds, an attorney to assist 
in any legal proceedings. 

Sec. 19. Dentists Excepted. — This Act shall not apply to any commissioned 
officer of the United States army, navy or marine hospital service in the discharge 
of his official duties, nor to any dentist w^ho is legally qualified to practice in the 
State or Territory in which he resides, Vv^hen in actual consultation with a local 
practitioner of this State, nor to any dentist residing on the border of a neighbor- 
ing State and duly authorized to practice dentistry under the laws thereof, whose 
practice extends into the border of this State: Provided, That such practitioner 
shall not open an office or appoint a place to meet patients or solicit practice within 
the limits of this State; nor shall this Act apply to licensed phj^sicians and surgeohs, 
w^ho are hereby authorized to extract teeth and to perform surgical operations at 
their usual office, residence or within the vicinity of their ordinary practice when- 
ever in their judgment the same may be necessary: Provided, That the exception in 
this section shall not apply to itinerant licensed physicians and surgeons who have 
to a large extent abandoned their practice as physicians and surgeons and are in 
fact and effect practicing dentistry almost exclusively. 

Sec. 20. Practice of Dentistry Defined. — Any person shall be said to be prac- 
ticing dentistry within the meaning of this Act who uses the words "Dentist," 
"Dental Surgeon," the letters "D.D.S." or other letters or titles in connection with 
his name ■which in any ■way represents him as engaged in the practice of dentistry, 
or who shall advertise or permit to be advertised by sign, card, circular, hand bill, 
newspaper or other^wise, that he can or will attempt to perform dental operations 
of any kind; or who shall diagnose or profess to diagnose, or treat or profess to 
treat, any of the diseases or lesions of the oral cavity, teeth, gums, maxillary bones, 
or extract teeth or shall prepare or fill cavities in human teeth, correct malposition 
of teeth or jaws, or supply artificial teeth as substitutes for natural teeth, admin- 
ister anaesthetics, general or local, or any practice included in the curricula or 
recognized dental colleges. Provided, That nothing in this Act shall interfere with 
the performance of mechanical work on inanimate objects by any person employed 
in or operating a dental laboratory; and, Provided, This Act shall not prevent 
students from performing dental operations under the supervision of competent 
instructors within the dental school or college ir the dental department of a 
university recognized by the Indiana State Board of Dental Examiners, or in any 
public clinic under the supervision of the authorized superintendent of such clinic 
or organized under the authority and general direction of the board of health or 
school board of any city or town in Indiana; Provided, further. Legally licensed 
druggists of this State may fill prescriptions of legally licensed dentists of this 
State for any drug necessary to the practice of dentistry. 

Sec. 21. Penalty. — Any person who shall practice or attempt to practice den- 
tistry in this State ■without having been licensed and registered for that purpose, 
as herein provided, or who shall violate any of the provisions of this Act, for which 
no specific penalty has been provided herein, shall be subject to a fine of not less 
than five dollars nor more than twenty dollars for each offense, and each act of 
dentistry shall be deemed a separate offense and constitute a practicing of dentistry 
within the meaning of this Act. The opening of an office for the purpose of prac- 
ticing dentistry, or to announce to the public in any way a readiness to do any act 
defined herein as being dentistry, or the performance of any such act, shall be 
deemed to engage in the practice of dentistry within the meaning of this Act. 

Sec. 22. Exempt from Jury Duty. — Any person practicing dentistry and having 
a license under this Act shall be exempt from jury duty. 

. Sec. 23. — Expenses of Board — Surplus Funds. — No part of the expenses of the 
State Board of Dental Examiners shall be paid out of the State treasury. On the 
first day of January of each year the secretary-treasurer shall pay into the hands 
of the State treasurer for the general fund all moneys in excess of $500.00 remaining 
after all indebtedness of the board has been paid. And said board shall make an 
annual report of its proceedings to the Governor on or before the 31st day of 
October each year, showing all moneys received and disbursed by it, pursuant to 
this Act. 

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Sec. 24. Repeal. — All the laws and parts of laws in conflict with this Act are 
hereby repealed. 

Sec. 13. Schedule of Requirements. — That section thirteen (13) of the above 
entitled Act be amended to read as follows: Section 13. The board shall from time to 
time establish and record, in a record kept by them for that purpose, a schedule 
of the minimum requirements which must be complied with by applicants for certi- 
ficate.s to practice dentistry before they shall be entitled to receive a certificate. 
The board shall also in like manner, establish and cause to be recorded in such 
record a schedule of the minimum requirements and rules for the recognition of 
dental colleges, so as to keep these requirements not lower than the average 
standard of dental education in other States. No change shall be made in such 
schedule of requirements in any year after the month of January of such year. Nor 
shall any change be made to have any retroactive effect noi- that shall affect 
students theretofore matriculated. Such records shall at all times be open to exam- 
ination by the public. The board shall have power to make and establish all 
necessary rules and regulations for reciprocal recognition of certificates issued by 
other States, and to prevent unjust and arbitrary examinations by other States of 
graduates in dentistry from dental colleges in this State who have fulfilled its 
requirements. 

Sec. 14. Schedule for Colleges. — That section fourteen (14) of the above entitled 
Act be amended to read as follows: Section 14. That from and after the passage 
of this Act it shall be the duty of every person practicing dentistry within this State, 
upon demand in writing made by the secretary of said board, to furnish in writing 
within twenty (20) days after said demand, to said secretary of said board, the 
name and address of each and every person practicing dentistry in the office of said 
person. For failure so to do, the said person shall be deemed guilty of a misde- 
meanor, and upon conviction thereof, shall be fined not less than fifty dollars ($50), 
or shall be imprisoned in the county jail for a period of not less than thirty (30) 
days, or shall be both so fined and imprisoned, in the discretion of the court. 

Sec. 15. Posting Registration Certificate. — That section fifteen (15) of the above 
entitled Act be amended to read as follows: Section 15. Every practitioner of den- 
tistry within the meaning of this Act shall post, and keep conspicuously displayed, 
his name, license and registration certificate in the dental office wherein he practices, 
in plain sight of his patients, and if there are more dentists than one (1) practicing 
or employed in any dental office, the manager or proprietor of such office shall post 
and display, or cause to be posted and displayed, in like manner, the name, license 
and registration certificate pf each dentist so practicing and so employed therein. 
Any person practicing dentistry, Vk^ithin the meaning of this Act, who shall fail so 
to post and display, or cause to be posted and displayed, the name, license and regis- 
tration certificate of hiinself and any person practicing, or employed to practice as 
a dentist in his dental office, or in a dental office under his management or control, 
shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof, he shall, for each 
offense, be subJTjct to a fine of not less than fifty dollars ($50) nor more than one 
hundred and fifty dollars ($150), or by imprisonment for a period of not more than 
thirty (30) days, or by both such fine and imprisonment in the discretion of the 
court, and for every subsequent offense he shall be subject to a fine of not less than 
one hundred dollars ($100) nor more than two hundred and fifty dollars ($250), or 
hy imprisonment for a period of not less than sixty (60) days, or by both such fine 
and imprisonment in the- discretion of the court. 

Sec. 20. Practice of Dentistry Defined. — That section twenty (20) of the above 
entitled Act be amended to read as follows: Section 20. Any person shall be said 
to be practicing dentistrJ^ within the meaning of this Act, who uses the words 
"Dentist," "Dental Surgeon," the letters "D.D.S." or other letters or titles in connec- 
tion with his name, which in any way represents him as engaged in the practice of 
dentistry, or owns or operates a dental office, or is the manager or conductor of the 
same, or advertises or permits to be advertised, by sign, card, circular, hand bill, 
newspaper or otherwise, that he can or ^Arill attempt to perform dental operations 
of any kind; or diagnoses or professes to diagnose, or treats or professes to treat, 
any of the diseases or lesions of the oral cavity, teeth, gums, maxillary bones, or 
extracts teeth or prepares or fills cavities in human teeth, corrects malposition of 
teeth or jaws, or supplies artificial teeth as substitutes for natural teeth, administers 
anaesthetics, general or local, or engages in practices included in the curricula of 
recognized dental colleges; Provided, That nothing in this Act shall interfere with 
the performance of mechanical vi^ork on inanimate objects by any person employed 
in or operating a dental laboratory; and. Provided, This Act shall not prevent 
students from performing dental operations under the supervision of competent 
instructors within the dental school or college or the dental department of a univer- 
sity recognized by the Indiana State Board of Dental Examiners, or in any public 
clinic under the supervision of the authorized superintendent of such clinic, organ- 
ized under the authority and general direction of the board of health or school 
board of any city or town in Indiana; Provided, further. That legally licensed drug- 
gists of this State may fill prescriptions of legally licensed dentists of this State 
for any drug necessary to the practice of dentistry. 

Sec. 21. Penalty. — That section twenty-one (21) of the above entitled Act be 
amended to read as follows: Section 21. Any person, firm or corporation shall be 
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to a fine of not less than fifty dollars ($50) nor more than one hundred and fifty 
dollars ($150), or by imprisonment for,not less than thirty (30) days, or by both such 
fine and imprisonment, in the discretioji of the court, -who: 

(1) Shall practice dentistry, in any county of the State, not being at the time 
of such practice a dentist, duly licensed to practice, as such in this State, and reg-is- 
tered in the office of the clerk of the circuit court of such county, pursuant to the 
provision of this Act; or 

(2) Shall employ, hire, procure or induce one who is not duly licensed and 
registered as a dentist to practice dentistry, or shall aid or abet one not so licensed 

-and registered in such practice; Provided, That a person practiced upon by an 
unlicensed or unregistered dentist shall not be deemed an accomplice, employer, 
hirer, procurer, inducer, aider, or abetter within the meaning of this Act; or 

(3) Shall sell or barter, or offer to sell or bate, o not being lawfully authorized 
so to do, shall issue or confer, or offer to issue or confer, any dental degree, license, 
or any diploma or document conferring, or purporting to confer any dental degree 
or license, or any certificate or transcript made, or purporting to be made, pursuant 
to the provisions of this Act regulating the licensing and registration of dentists; or 

(4) Shall purchase, or procure by barter, any diploma, certificate or transcript, 
with the intent that the same shall be used as evidence of the qualifications to prac- 
tice dentistry of any person other than__the oi^6 upon, or to whom, it was lawfully 
conferred or issued, or in fraud of the laws regulating such practice; or 

(5) Shall use, or attempt to use, any diploma, certificate or transcript which 
has been purchased, fraudulently issued, counterfeited or materially altered, either 
as a license or color of license, to practice dentistry, or in order to procure registra- 
tion as a dentist; or , . 

(6) Shall practice dentistry under a false or assumed name, or under the license 
or registration of another person of the same name, or under a corporate, firm, 
association, parlor or trade name, or shall hold himself out to the public under such 
name or names, as a practitioner of dentistry as defined in this Act; Provided, That 
it shall not be unlawful for any one duly licensed so to do, to practice dentistry, 
or to hold himself out as a practitioner of dentistry, under the name of any legally 
incorporated dental company, existing and in operation prior to the taking effect 
of this Act; Provided, further, however. That corporations which shall have ceased 
to exist or operate prior to the taking effect of this Act, or shall thereafter cease 
to exist or operate, for any reason whatsoever, shall not be revived or permitted to 
resume operations; or 

(7) Shall assume the degree of "BacTielor of Dental Surgery," "Doctor of Dental 
Surgery," or to append the letters "B.D.S.," "D.D.S.," "M.D.S." or "D.M.D." to his 
name, or make use of the same, or shall prefix to his name the title "Doctor," or 
any abbreviation thereof, not having had duly conferred upon him by diploma from 
some college, school or board of examiners, legally empowered to confer the same, 
the right to assume such or any such title; or shall assume any title or append or 
prefix any words to his name with the intent to represent falsely that he has received 
a dental degree, or license; or not having been licensed to practice dentistry under 
the laws of this State, shall represent that he is entitled so to practice; Provided, 
That any licentiate may use the prefix "Doctor" or "Dr." to his name; or 

(8) Shall falsely personate another at any examination held by the board to 
ascertain the preliminary professional education of candidates for dental students' 
certifictes, dental degrees, or licenses; or shall induce another to make or aid and 
abet in the making of such false personation, or who shall knowingly avail himself 
of the benefit of such false personation, or who shall knowingly and wilfully make 
or induce another to make, falsely any certificate required by the board in connec- 
tion with their examinations; or 

(9) Shall violate any of the provisions of this Act for which no specific penalty 
has been provided herein. 

Sec. 25. Emergency.— It is hereby, declared that an emergency exists for the 
immediate taking effect of this Act; therefore, the same shall be in full force and 
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INDIANA 



287 



LIST OF DEINTISnrS 

ARRANGED ALPHABETICALLY BY POSTOFFICES. 

SYM BOL_S: 

*M'o report received. i'Meiu. State Dental Assn. ^Keeistered. §Mein. District Dental Society. 

The Postoffice address Is shown In DISPLAY TYPE, the name of the county In which It Is located 
immediately rollows, and then the population of the place. The names of Dentists appear under the 
poHtofflce name, the first number (the key to which will be found on pages 41 to 48) indicates the 
colle«:e of crraduation. and the last number the year in which diploma was granted. 



AKRON, Pulton. 666 

Latimer A LH 



ALBANY, Delaware. 

Russell George A* 



1,289 



ALBION, Noble. 

Cowan W L, 175, 1909t 
Malony Roderic S, 152, 



1,213 



1896 



ALEXANDRIA, Madison. 

Lindley George R, 175, 1913 
Martin Phister H, 300, 1903 
Thomas Wm R, 175, 1901 



5,096 



ANDERSON, Madison. 22,476 

Bird Martin AH 
Costello T J, 175, 1903t 
Gant W A, 175, 1892 
Gephardt R A, 175, 1910t 
Hackleman Edward E, 300, 1896 
Heaton Harry C, 175, 1891t 
Keltner S C* 
Lewis T F, 175, 1905t 
Matthews W H, 176, 1898 
Meckel Christian B, 300, 188611 
Orland Clarence W, 175, 1897t 
Phlllipy Oscar B, 175, 1901 
Reid Harry Bjl 
Repass G C, 175, 1908t 
Rozelle M J, 175, 1911t 
Schuyler Raleigh C, 175, 1912t 
Simon W R, 175, 1913 
Warvel F B, 175, 1907 



ANDREWS, Huntlngrton. 1,2«0 

Coss R J, 175, 1905 



ANGOLA, Steuben. 2,619 

Becker Jeddy D, 200, 1903 
Chadwick Charles A, 300, 190111 
Wolf S cut 



ARCADIA, Hamilton. 990 

Bryant Bert M, 175, 1901 



ARGOS, Marsball. 1,038 

Willsey Eugene B, 158, 1897 



ATTICA, Fountain. 3,335 

Archer C W* 
Purviance Edward DH 
Rhodes Jesse, 175, 1910t 
Shewey Charles P, 158, 1900 



AUBURN, DeKalb. 3,919 

Graham John E, 239, 1897t 
Hall E O, 175, 1908 
Hoffman Frank W, 175, 1897 
Nlmmons Rista, 175, 1911t 



AURORA, Dearborn. 4,410 

Cole John E, 303, 1901 
Longcamp Henry J, 303, 1904 
Maybin J C* 
VanOsdol Charles LHt 



AVILLA, Noble. 

Hvezda R H* 



579 



BATESVILLE, Ripley. 

Bos Christian, 175, 1904 
Goyert Oscar H, 175, 1915 
Timmerman H J* 



2.161 



BEDFORD, Lawrence. 8,716 

DriscoU C DH 

Gambrel John B* 

Henry D S, 195, 1891 

HOG AN JOHN G, L D S, Registered, 
Indiana State Board, 1892; Missouri 
State Board, 1897; Mem National 
and Ind State Dental Socs; In Act- 
ive Practice since 1882; Special At- 
tention given to Orthodontia; Hours 
9 a m to 4 p m; Tel 47. Norton 
Bldg 

Nicholson David DU 

Trainor Joseph W, 195, 1887t 

Williams Raymond H, 175, 1901 



BERNE, Adams. 1,316 

Neuenschwander H W, 175, 1911t 
Soldner T H, 175, 1911 



BICKNELL, Knox. 2,794 

Bicknell Omar J, 175, 1907 
Day Wm H, 175, 1914 



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BL00MFIE:LD, Greene. 2,069 

Isenhower Harry R, 158, 1898t 
Welch Charles E, 239, 1890 



BLOOMINGDALE, Parke. 528 

Lindley John Plff 



BLOOMINGTON, Monroe. 8,838 

Dvne Flora Dillon, 340, 1890 

Haskett V C, 175, 1912 

McDANIEL GLEN M, D D S, Indiana 
Dental Coll, Indianapolis, Ind, 1915; 
Mem National Dental Assn and Ind 
State Dental Soc; Henry & Kerr 
Bldg 

Prow Frederick J, 175, 1897f[t 

SNYDER A MONROE, D D S, In- 
diana Dental Coll, Indianapolis Ind, 
1908; Mem National Dental Assn 
and Ind State Dental Soc; Henry 
& Kerr Bldg 

STRAIN HOMER E, D D S, Indiana 
Dental Coll, Indianapolis, Ind, 1895; 
Mem National and Ind State Dental 
Assns; Allen Bldg 

STRAIN JOSEPH L, D D S, Indiana 
Dental Coll, Indianapolis, Ind, 1903; 
Mem National and Ind State Dental 
Assns; Allen Bldg 



BLTJFFTON, Wells. 4,987 

Clayton Homer, 175, 1902 
Dailey Lewis W, 175, 1894 
Kobison Homer E, 158, 1897 
Robison Peter Ltl 
Sturgis Earl B* 
Sturgis Thomas T* 



BOONE GROVE, Porter 

Jones E V, 152, 1905 



BOONVILLE, Warwicfe. 3,934 

Ferguson Charles C, 175, 1906 
Lamar Thomas Jjlf 
McKinney J Wtit 



BOSWELL., Benton. 814 

McAdams F B, 175, 1910t 



BOURBON, Marshall. 1,163 

Linn Owen S, 175, 1886 



BRAZIL, Clay. 9,340 

Bridges F B, 175, 1909 
Hubbard J J, 175, 1902 
Krider D C, 175, 1915 
Riddell Thomas M, 175, 1902 



Robinson Otis P, 300, 1898 
Spears Andrew A, 175, 1903 
Spears A T, 175, 1901 
Thacker Henry H, 175, 1901 



BREMEN, Marsball. 2,008 

Rochford Arthur J, 175, 1910 
Shonkwiler S B, 175, 1900 



BRINGHURST, Carroll. 600 

Carter Lloyd, 175, 19121 



BRISTOL,, Elkhart, 535 

Merritt Earl, 158, 1900 



BROOK, Newton. 1,06T 

Wood Charles A, 152, 1899 



BROOKSTON, IVhlte. OOT 

Gochenour Walter, 175, 1912 



BROOKVILLE, Franklin. 007 

Case C E, 300, 1891 

Glaser Charles S, 175, 1914t 

Morton John E, 300, 1885 



BROWNSBURG, Hendricks. 876 

Hill F E, 175, 1909t 



BROAVNSTOWN, Jackson. 1,403 

Murpljy Harry C, 303, 1898 
Shields Harry S, 175, 1902 
Shields Scott W, 175, 1910 



BROWNSVILLE, Union. 226 

Sherm-an Wm C jr, 175, 1915 



BUNKER HILL, Miami. 668 

Helmer John L, 152, 1905 



BURLINGTON, Carroll. 476 

Summers Harry B, 175, 1898 



BUTLER, DeKalb. 1818 
Berkey Hugh T, 158, 1902 
Fonts O L, 175, 1914 
Galloway O B, 175, 1905 



CAMBRIDGE CITY, Wayne. 2,237 

Kniese Charles, 176, 1901t 
Leslie R C, 175, 1901 



CAMDEN, Carroll. 557 

Runcie Gordon T, 175, 1910 



CAMPBELLSBURG, W^ashlneton. 

Diefendorf Burrell E, 175, 1914 



700 



CANTON, Washlngrton. 

(R D, Salem) 

Morris G MH 



198 



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289 



CARLISLE, SulHvan. 850 

Clayton W B, 240. 1902 
Keyes Irwin J* 



CARMEL, Hamilton. 626 

Claypool A B, 175, 1910 



CARTHAGE, Rush. 873 

Miller P M, 175, 1903 



CAYUGA. A^rmilioii. 1.000 

Eudaly John, 175, 1913 



CHALMERS, White. 513 

Howell C C, 175, 1905 



CHARLESTOW^N, Clark;. 864 

Yager Andrew W, 195, 1900 



CHESTERTON, Porter. 1,400 

Mingls Clarence L, 195, 1912 
Ruge Harry, 152, 1900 



CHURUBUSCO, Whitley. 870 

Weaver Frank B, 158, 1900 



CICERO, Hamilton. 990 

Miessen J O, 175, 1892t 



CLARKSHILL, Tippecanoe. 500 

Yater Orva E, 175, 1912t 



CLAY CITY, Clay. 1,213 

Allen James R, 175, 1897 
English R AH 



CLAYPOOL, Kosciusko. 408 

Vangilder Bert M, 175, 1904 



CLAYTON, Hendricks. 495 

Carr J B 175, 1905 



CLINTON, Vermillion. 6,229 

Adams J F,°175, 1907t 
Jackson George A, 175, 1905 
Kelley W N, 175, 1914 
Needham J B, 175, 1905 
Sellers Samuel N, 175, 1894 



CLOVERDALE, Putnam. 650 

Rank F L, 175, 1914 



COATESVILLE, Hendricks. 495 

Stone O E* 



COCHRAN, Dearborn. 858 

Cole John* 



COLUMBIA CITY, Whitley. 3,448 

Brenneman John F, 152, 1895 
Grant Elmer L, 152, 1908 
Kenner L A, 272, 1901 
Makemson W WJl 
Slessman Benjamin Fjf 
Widup B A, 175, 1905 



COLUMBUS, Bartholomew. 8,813 

Edenburn Elmer E, 304, 1896 
Fay Frank J, 175, 1905 
Gould Myron C, 175, 1914 
Marshall D J* 
Marshall Roy T, 175, 19101 
Shadock J F, 175, 1910t 
Smith Cecil H, 175, 1907 



CONNERSVILLE, Fayette. 7,738 

Kennedy Fred A, 175, 1912 
McComtis George F, 300, 19041 
Masters George L, 175, 1904 
Morrison Joshua HHf 
Wills Noble G, 175, 1904 
Zehrung H M, 175, 1891 



CONVERSE, Miami. 1,164 

Boyd H G, 175, 1904 



CORYDON. Harrison. 1,703 

Hottle Oliver W, 195, 1908 
Stevens Felix G, 284, 1896 
VanHook Thomas G, 195, 1896 



COVINGTON, Fountain. 3,069 

Martin Edward J 195, 1900 
Sailor John H, 322, 1882 



CRATVFORDSVILLE, Montgomery. 
9,371 

Beeson J H, 175, 1908 
Eyler Clayton C, 216. 189811 
Follet G A, 152, 1904 
Goodman Malcolm Tjlt 
Hessler Wm C, 152, 1895t 
Kirtley Wm R, 175, 1905 
Linn Wallace T, 176, 1904 
McCormick John C, 300, 1884 
Miller Alonzo M, 300, 1896 
Miller Watson T, 176, 1900 
Ream Elmer W. 300, 1890 
Vander Volgen E C, 175, 1904 



CROTHERSVILLE, Jackson. 

Hull I T, 175, 1911t 



1,038 



CROTTN POINT, Lake. 2,526 

Grant Leslie H, 322, 1892 
Krost Edward A, 152, 1902 
Salisbury L A, 153, 18981It 
Tinkham Charles J, 320, 1891 



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CULVER, Marsliall. 810 

Buttner Rudolph H, 264, 1909|It 



DALE, Spencer. 5S3 

Dunn Wm R, 175, 1885 



DANA, VermUion. 748 

Jones W M, 175, 1888t 



DANVILLE, Hendricks 1,640 

Barrett A G, 175, 105 
Sears Herbert C, 176, 1900 



DARLINGTON, Montgomery. 780 

Flora B OH 



DECATUR, Adams. 4,471 

Archbold Roy, 239, 1898 
Mangold Burt, 175, 1905 
Neptune Gregg C, 158, 1915 
Neptune John Q, 300, 1886 
Patterson Fred I, 175, 1905t 



DELPHI, Carroll. 2,161 

Cochrane Frank B, 175, 1896 

Gochenour Henrylj 

Smith H Leon, 158, 1911t 



DEPUTY, Jefferson. 300 

Hartwell D E, 300, 1890 



DUGGER, Sullivan. 1,226 

Bobbins Earl, 175, 1911t 



DUNKIRK, Jay. 3,031 

Messick Benj T, 195, 1891 
Singler John M, 152, 1897 



EAST CHICAGO, Lake. 19,098 

Goldman Jacob, 175, 1906 
Jacob Edward, 152; 1902 
Johns Charles T, 175, 1909 



EATON, Delaware. 1,428 

Wildason Frank A, 175, 1899 



EDINBURG, Johnson. 2,040 

Hinshaw Loring L. 175, 18821 
Jenks Elbert C, 195, 1901t 
Mayhall R C, 175, 1898t 



ELIZABETH, Harrison. 

Wolfe Lee B, 195, 1911 



240 



ELIZABETHTOWN, Bartholomew. 

Trent Charles E, 195, 1899 



350 



ELKHART, Elkhart. 19.282 

Adams Frank P, 239, 1894, 216 S Main 
Flavin Charles J, 158, 1916, 109 

HayneF bldg 
Gabel Wm, 175, 1902, 116 State 



Georga C Lester, U 100 N Main 

Gulmyer Harry, 158, 1898,11 501 S Main 

Harter George E, 175, 1903, 101 Mon- 
ger bldg 

Jones Harry R, 175, 1916, 206 Bassler 
bldg 

Menges George W, 154, 1894, 122 W 
Lexington av 

Pounder Malcolm, 152, 1899, 103 Mon- 
ger bldg 

Reynolds Hugh W, 152, 1901, 100 N 
Main 

Runyon Charles K, 195, 1887, 217^^ S 
Main 

Schafer Wm H,* 206 Bassler bldg 

Schuler Arthur B, 158, 1904, 300 S 
Main 

Seidel Frederick W, 175, 1909, 118 W 
Marion 

Shepherd David D,1It 328i/^ S Main ' 

Shepherd Ralph C, 175, 1902, 328i^ S 
Main 

Shepherd Wm F, 175, 1900, 3281/2 S 
Main 

STAMP JOSEPH W, D D S, North- 
western Univ Dental School, Chica- 
go, 111. 1912; Mem National Dental 
Assn, Indiana State and Local Den- 
tal Socs; Mfr of Anti-Decay Tooth 
Paste; 417i4-419y2 S Main 

Weiler Harry B, 158, 1914, 109 W Ma- 

. rion 

Welter Charles H, 158, 1909, 516 S 
Main 

Werner John F, 300, 1891, 117 W High 

Whitney John C, 175, 1903, 100 N Main 



ELNORA, Daviess. 1,100 

Tolliver H C, 175, 1909 



ELWOOD, Madison. 11,028 

Brown Harry M, 175, 1892 
Burch George W, 175, 1892 
Daniel F Miff 
Harrold F W, 175, 1905t 
King Wm Z, 175, 1892 
Stiver Lewis J, 175, 1891 



ENGLISH, Crawford. 688 

Head Burnes E, 195. 1916 



ETNA GREEN, Kosciusko. 450 

Dunfee C H, 175, 19p8t 



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INDIANA 



291 



EVANSVILLE3, Vanderbursr, 69,647 

Blvthe J O, 175, 1902,t 4141/2 Main 
Brumfield Cecil W, 163, 1911, 6291/2 

Main 
Cluthe Anna H, 175, 1904, 307 Inter- 
mediate Life bldg 
Dixon P G, 175, 1905, 3131/2 S 3d 
DOWNS WM G, D D S, Vand-erbilt 
Univ (Dept of Dentistry), Nashville, 
Tenn, 1893; Mem Indiana State Den- 
tal Soc; Ex-Mem Legislative Com- 
mittee Same; Sec-Treas Woodbury 
Study Club; Ex-Pres Evansville Den- 
tal Soc; Mem Vanderbilt Alumni, 
Evansville Dental Soc and Natl Den- 
tal Assn; Hours 8 a m to 12 m and 
1 to 5 p m; Tel 4341; Boehne Bldg, 
8th and Main 
Entsminger Anthony L, 152, 1897, 1100 

W Franklin 
Faith Ira L, 300, 1914, I3OO1/2 Main 
Fieken Arthur R, 175, ia08, 618% Main 
Fillinger Joseph D,11 7151/^ Main 
Franke George E, 152, 1892, 416 Main 
Friedman Andrew R, 175, 1900, 410% 

Main 
Funkhouser Albert T, 175, 1906, 3081/2 

Main 
Haas Melville M, 300, 1889, f 612 Citi- 
zens Bank bldg 
Hefele Joseph H, 175, 1905, 4251/2 S 

8th 
Huston Charles O, 175, 1912,t 306 S 

4th 
Jacobi Sidney F, 320, 1891, 702 Old 

State Natl Bank bldg 
Jordan Victor, 175, 1916, 416 Main 
Keil Wm V, 175, 1915, 10021/2 W 

Franklin 
Kimm A J, 300, 1892, 704 Citizens Bank 

bldg 
King Raymond, 175, 1910, 420 Chestnut 
Knapp Emil.H 416 Main 
Knapp Victor H, 300, 1901, 510 Citizens 

Bank bldg 
Kuehn N E, 158, 1914, Am Trust bldg 
Laughlin Edmund, 175, 1908, 432% 

Main 
Lewis Stephen B,flt 223% Upper 2d 
Lindley John H, 175, 1913, 216 S 4th 
Minnis Thomas M,1I 618% Fulton av 
Montgomery D W, 175,_ 1909, 712 Citi- 
zens Bank bldg 

Morris Richard J, 303, 1899, 409 Citi- 
zens Bank bldg 



RIETZ ARTHUR R, D D S, R Ph, 

Chicago Coll of Dental Surg, Chi- 
cago, 111, 1904; Ex-Mem Ind State 
Board of Dental Examiners; Oral 
Surgeon Deaconess Hosp; Mem Na- 
tional, Ind State, First Dist and 
Evansville Dental Assns, Chicago 
(111) Dental Soc and Delta Sigma 
Delta Fraternity; Hours 9 a m to 5 
p m; Tel 530; American Trust Bldg 

Royston Barney D,1I 309% S 2d 

Shreve Karl Herman, 175, 1900, 308% 
S 3d 

Smith S Clyde, 300, 1891, 1027% W 
Franklin 

Snethen Elmer L, 195, 1903, Boehne 
bldg 

Vogeli Otto C, 239, 1902, 308% S 3d 

Walker John E, 175, 1912, 418 Woods 
bldg 

Zubrod John O, 175, 1905, 326% Main 



E:\VING, Jackson. 3,000 

Shields H S, 175, 1902 
Shields S WH 



FAIRBANKS, Sullivan. 95 

Thompson C E, 175, 19041 



FAIRMOUNT, Grant. 2,506 

Cartwright O D, 175, 1901 
Pearcy James A, 217, 19021 
Sidney T R* 
Wilson Clark. M, 158, 1896 



FARMLAND, Randolph. 907 

Botkin W J, 195, 1891 
Meeks C A, 175, 190911 



FERDINAND, Du Bols. 827 

Metzger Edmund E, 195, 1910t 



FLAT ROCK, Shelby. 300 

Israel E E, 300, 1891111 



FLORA, Carroll. 1,386 

Metzger E O, 174, 1910t 
Schermerhorn James C, 175, 1905t 



PORT BRANCH, Gibson. 1,182 

Cox Bruce G, 175, 19111 
Tattershall Charles B, 175, 1903 



FORTVILLE, Hancock. 1,174 

Hoopingarner J T, 175, 1905 



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FORT WAYNE, Allen. 63,933 

Adams John H, 175, 1884, Parnell 
and Annie avs 

Andrews Max R, 349, 1912, 872 Cal- 
houn 

Armantraut Wm, 175, 1916, 1122 Mau- 
mee av 

Autenreith Josiah W, 300, 1900, 201 
W Berry 

Baird Gary L, 175, 1901, 218 Shoaff 
bldg 

Bamhill Vaith, 175, 1914,t 1106 Cal- 
houn 

Bruick Paul E, 175, 1911, Kappel bldg 

Burket Ernest R, 175, 1899, 826 Cal- 
houn 

Coyle J David, H 136 Washington blvd 
west 

Emrick A G, 176, 1902, 822 Calhoun 

Fonner L A, 175, 1914, Old Natl Bank 
bldg 

Harrington J R, 175, 1896, 1137 Wells 

Hatch Kenneth E, 175, 1903, 403 Noll 
bldg 

Hawley Herman O, 175, 1912,t 9121/2 
Calhoun 

Hilgeman Victor H, 175, 1909, 20 North 
American bldg 

Ivins Merle W, 175, 1908, 906 Calhoun 

Jamieson Henry L, 152, 1900, 706 Cal- 
houn 

Johnson George E, 322, 1890t 135 
Washington blvd w 

Lehman James C, 300, 1899, 915 E 
Creighton av 

Leininger Martin E, 152, 1910, 1016 
Calhoun 

Leonard Walter M, 301, 1902, 1001 
Broadway 

McCurdy John S, 175, 1888,t 214 W 
Berry 

Mason Melville A, 239, 1890, 130 W 
Wayne 

Meier Hugo H, 175, 1905, 209 W Berry 

Mertz Daniel P, 175, 1915, 122 W 
Washington 

Metzker Arthur A, 175, 1898, 1302 Cal- 
houn 

Meyers Otto N, 175, 1904, 1102 Cal- 
houn 

Mommer Benj H, 185, 1886, 814 Cal- 
houn 

Moore Vernon F, 175, 1911, 1118 Cal- 
houn 

Mucklty Orin K, 265, 1895, 1210 Broad- 
way 



Neuenschwander W E, 175, 1912, 2002 
Broadway 

Pierce Harry W, 262, 1890,11t 202 E 
Tpff Grson 

Porter Hiram L, 175, 1896,111 204 W 
Berry 

Quivey Edgar E,11 2615 Calhoun 

Read Daniel B, 152, 1903, 2110 Cal- 
houn 

Ridley Victor O, 175, 1911, 824 Cal- 
houn 

Rosenthal J Milton, 239, 1897t 506 
Peoples Trust bldg 

Russell Pearl L, 175, 1909, 15 Bank 
blk 

Shryock Wm D, 175, 1882,t 129 W 
Berry 

Sieber Edward L, 158, 1912, 916 Cal- 
houn 

Sites Edward F, 239, 1879,t 112 .W 
Wayne 

Thompson John W, 217, 1893, 210 
Gauntt bldg 

Tinkham H S, 176, 1901, 110 W Wayne 

Tucker Leslie S, 175, 1908, 201 Gauntt 
bldg 

Tucker R A, 175, 1914, 201 Gauntt 
bldg 

Viberg Russelles S, 175, 1896t 518 
Shoaff bldg 

Williams John A. 322, 1889, 906 Cal- 
houn 

Williams Justus W, 217, 1897, 906 
Calhoun 

Wyneken Theodore C, 152, 1900, 406 
Peoples Trust bldg 



FOWLER, Benton. 1,491 

Clark Walter T, 152, 1904t 
Pfleeger George W, 152, 1895t 



FRANCESVILIiE, Pnlaskl. 72» 

Richardson W Clarke, 175, 1912 



FRANKFORT, Clinton. 8,634 

Bergen Guy L, 152, 1898 

Biery O E, 175, 1908t 

Canfield Burton E, 300, 1902 

Martin George' B, 175, 1889 

Martin Ward J* 

Moore George E, 300, 1892t 

Newhouse Richard H, 175, 1873t 

O'Hara LeRoylft 

Reddish Cyril C, 175, 1915 

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FRANKLIN, Johnson. 4,602 

Dean James H, 175, 1898 

Douglas Theodore, 175, 1904 

Hama Walton Lff 

Henderson John E, 175, 189211t 

Richardson JamesH 

Schlosser W H, 175, 1900 



FREBIiANDVILLiB, Knox. 

Nolting Daniel P, 175, 1911t 



196 



FREMONT, Steuben. 

Chapin B F, 175, 1904 
Wolfe Benj FH 



694 



FRENCH LICK, Orange. 

Ritter Roy E, 175, 1911 
Schuhmacher George* 



1,802 



GALVESTON, Cass. 658 

Garritson Wm E, 175, 1909t 



GARRETT, DeKalb. 4,419 

Barnard Roscoe M, 175, 1913 
Broughton W M, 175. 1910 
Johnston Melville W, 175, 1899 
Stephenson H W, 175, 1904t 



GARY, Lake. 16,802 

Avery Maurice P, 175, 1907,1 527 
Broadway 

Bennett Jess R, 152, 1916, 670 Broad- 
way 

Butler John O, 239, 1902, 607 Broad- 
way 

Carroll Walter J, 176, 1903, 1134 
Broadway 

Craig Alexander P, 175, 1912,t 708 
Broadway 

Espev Hugh S, 300, 1905,t 2162 W 

iitii 

Fouts O L, 175, 1914, 774 Broadway 
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Dentistry of the Univ of 111, Chicago, 
111, 1904; Hours 9 to 11 a m, 1 to 
5 and 6 to 8 p m; Tels 2524 and 
1687; 774 Broadway and 8th av and 
Broadway 
Keener C Earl, 175, 1911, 774 Broad- 
way 
Laue G F, 320, 1900, 688 Broadway 
Lentz Frank C, 152, 1916, 774 Broad- 
way 

Long J Harding, 158, 1907, 583 Broad- 
way 

Moran L J, 175, 1916 

Morrison John.lf 774 Broadway 

Morton Orlo D, 158, 1900, 212 Hall 
bldg 



Snowden Vaughn O, 158, 1916, K 1082 
Broadway 

Stamper Roscoe C, 300, 1906, 602 
Broadway 

Stephens Harold, 175, 1909, 522 Broad- 
way 

Teeter J Russell, 175, 1914, 709 Broad- 
way 

Throop Clifford L, 152, 1912, 1114 
Broadway 



GENEVA, Adams. 1,140 

Knoff Raymond G, 152, 1909t 



GLEN1VOOD, Rush. 266 

Nesbit R W, 175, 1911t[ 



GOODLAND, Newton. 1,106 

Bond Jesse W, 300, 1895 



GOSHEN, Elkhart. 8,614 

Carpenter E A, 152, 1911 
Cunningham Edwin P, 300, 1891 
Dobson Clarence O, 175, 1904 
Kesler J W* 
McCoy I C, 175, 1902 
Singer D W, 175, J 908 
Stage Jesse W 175, 1899t 
Vallette Wm O, 158, 1890 



GRABILL, Allen. 150 

Hilty Oswin K, 175, 1912t 



GRANDVIEW, Spencer. 735 

Camp J Ttl 



GREENCASTLE, Putnam. 3,790 

Gillespie R J, 175, 1895 
Overstreet Orsa F, 175, 1891t 
Overstreet Willis Gil 
Throop James A, 175, 1908t 



GREENFIELD, Hancock. 4,448 

Bell R L, 176, 1900t 
Binford B S, 175, 18991It 
Callaway Robert M, 175, 1896 
Hinchman John B, 175, 1903t 
Sparks J Walter, 300, 188911 



GREENSBVRG, Decatur. 5,420 

Burns Orlando, 175, 1892 
Hall Albert OH 
Hopkins Harry S, 300, 1896 
Kuhn C A, 176, 1902 
McLraughlin Edgar D, 175, 1898t 
Russell Robert J, 175, 1894 



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GREENTOWJV, Howard. 1,275 

Godwin Douglas D, 175, 1914 



GREEIVWOOD, Johnson. 1,608 

Kingery Oliver V, 175, 1912t 
Thompson George W, 175, 1890 



HAGERSTOWN, Wayne. 936 

McKinnon Frank Etf 
Morris Hugh D, 175, 1915 



HAMILTON, Steuben. 700 

Hull John H, 195, 1908 



HAMLET, Strake. 750 

Dolson Glenn S, 152, 1899 



HAMMOND, Lake. 20,925 

Bell Samuel A, 158, 1894, 102 Sibley 

Bell T E, 322, 1888 

Cawley H W, 175, 1909, 568 Hohman 

Davis Charles L, 175, 1898, Hohman 
and State 

Davis J Arthur, 175, 1903, 30 Rimbach 
bldg 

Davis Wm H, 158, 1906, 575 Hohman 

Gills Robert R, 175, 1904, 56 Rimbach 

Lewis W D, 322, 1891 

McConnell Arthur P, 152, 1911, 155 E 
State 

Smith George L, 152, 1903, 579 Hoh- 
man 

Watson Lena B, 132, 1898, 601 Hoh- 
man 



HANNA, Laporte. 500 

Denison George H, 152, 1894t 



HARTFORD CITY, Blackford. 

Ervin W H, 300, 189111 
Place W D, 175, 1903 
Sweigart George W, 176, 1902 
Wright C A, 216, 1890 



6,187 



HEBRON, Porter. 821 

Ling Frank E, 152, 1909 



HENRYVILLE, Clark. 400 

Dunlevy Homer E, 195, 1915 



HILLSBORO, Fountain. 628 

McKay A D, 175, 1908 



HOBART, Lake. 1,753 

Kenward Charles F, 152, 1902 
Werner Fredk H, 158, 1904 



HOLTON, Ripley. 200 

Rowe P A* 



HOPE, Bartholomew. 1,223 

Lortz Roy C, 176, 1904 
Regennas Eugene G, 322, 1876 



HUDSON, Steuben. 390 

Snowberger Gary M, 300, 1900 



HUNTINBURG, Dubois. 2,464 

Dowell C M, 175, 190411 
Kilian Edward J, 303, 190011 
Mosbey B A, 300, 1887 
Prall E G, 175, 1896t 



HUNTINGTON, Huntington. 10,272^ 

Danielson Walter F, 240, 190811 

Friedman Louis F, 175, 1903 

Grayston Hayden B* 

Houck Fred R, 175, 1905t 

KING OTTO U, D D S, Northwestern 
U n i V Dental School, Chicago, 111, 
1897; Post Grad Same, 1913; Genl 
Sec National Dental Assn, Elected 
in 1913, Re-elected in 1914, 1915 and. 
1916; Pres Ind State Dental Assn, 
1914-15; Ex-Sec Same; Ex-Sec, Vice- 
Pres and Pres Northern Ind Dental 
Soc; Delegate Sixth International 
Dental Congress, London, Eng, Aug 
1914; Editor and Genl Mngr of The 
Journal of the National Dental 
Assn; Hours 8 a m to 12 m and 1 
to 5 p m; 322 N Jefferson 

Muckley Omer P, 265, 1895 

Shideler Mark,* 

Strauss Milton W, 158, 1901 

Wagner Albert HH 

Weybright Wm H, 239, 1902t 



INDIANA HARBOR, Lake. 

Clark J S, 158, 1913 
Kellams Bbbert I, 175, 1912 
Stenberg Nels L, 158, 1905 
Stephens F E, 175, 1903 



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This is the ninth oldest dental college in the world and has improved 
in its methods and equipment each year of its existence. 

The college publishes a yearly announcement and a booklet for the 
student, a copy each of which will be mailed on request. 

In January, 1914, the college moved into its new building, where every 
department is enlarged and extra rooms are available. The latest and most 
modern dental equipment, and the close supervision and the experienced 
teachers connected with the institution, combine to afford unexcelled facilities 
for the attending student. The new building is located on the southwest 
corner of Meridian and North streets, one of the most desirable locations 
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INDIANAPOLIS, Marlon. 260,715 

Akers Roscoe C, 176, 1900, 1854 N 
Alabama 

Anderson Frank P, 175, 1899, 501 Ter- 
minal bldg 

Applewhite James F, 175, 1909, 2208 
E Wash 

Ault Milton F, 175, 1889, j 1514 Cen- 
tral av 

Bachfield Edward C, 176, 1904, 617 
Newton Claypool bldg 

Ball Alan C, 176, 1902, 507 Newton 
Claypool bldg 

Barnhill C A, 176, 1899, 901 Hume- 
Mansur bldg 

Beyer Walter E,* 400 Newton Clay- 
pool bldg 

Blake Robert W, 175, 1913, 1006 I O 
O F bldg 

Blakeman Robert I, 175, 1889, 603 
Hume-Mansur bldg 

Bloor John H, 175, 1892, SVa E Wash 

BODINE ROY L, D D S, Indiana Den- 
tal Coll, Indianapolis, Ind, 1903; Vice 
Pres Indianapolis Dental Soc; Mem 
Natl Dental Assn; Ind State and 
Northern Indiana Dental Socs; Sec 
Indiana Auxiliary Chapter Delta Sig- 
ma Delta Fraternity; Practice Lim- 
ited to Prosthodontia; 1006 Odd Fel- 
low bldg 

Bookwalter Glenn J, 175, 1900, lit 1543 
N Illinois 

Bootes Jesse B,* 343 Newton Clay- 
pool bldg 

Bosler R L, 175, 1907, 507 Hume-Man- 
sur bldg 

Boyd Clyde R, 175, 1911, 3102 Clif- 
ton 

Bristow J Albert, 175, 1915, 1003 
Hume-Mansur bldg 

Britten Oscar F.lft 601 Hume-Mansur 
bldg 

Brown J W, 175, 1915, 4121 E New 
York 

Buchanan Albert E, 175, 1883, t 7-8 
When bldg 

Burgman Edward G, 152, 1899, 612 
Lockerbie 

Burris Harry L, 175, 1910, 2608^ W 
Michigan 

Byers Cecil L, 175, 1904, 2138 N Illi- 
nois 

Campbell Patrick F, 175, 1898, 115 W 
Washington 

Campbell Thomas B, 175, 1913, t 513 
Hume-Mansur bldg 



Carberry Wm X, 175, 1915, 801 Odd 
Fellow bldg 

Carlon Frederick A, 175, 1908, t 508 
Hume-Mansur bldg 

Carnes Raymond H,tft 9 N Illinois 

Carpenter Charles H, 175, 1910, 6 W 
Ray 

Carr Harry C, 175, 1898, t 512 Newton 
Claypool bldg 

Carr Silas J, 195, 1903, 5503 E Wash- 
ington 

Carrington Archie E, 176, 1901, Cor- 
dova bldg 

Carter Orville O, 175, 1908, 516 In- 
diana Pythian bldg 

Cash Glen A, 175, 1903, 1 Cordova 
bldg 

Chapman Alonzo B,t 1202 Merchants 
Bank bldg 

Chapman W Alfred, 175, 1900, t 9 N 
Illinois 

Clay Grant H,* 108 N Delaware 

Cofield Clarence R, 175, 1905, 2313 E 
Michigan 

COFIELD ERNEST D, D D S, Indiana 
Dental Coll Indianapolis, Ind, 1907; 
Prof Anaesthesia and Exodontia in 
Same; Mem Natl Dental Assn, In- 
diana State and Indianapolis Dental 
Socs; Practice Limited to Ex- 
odontia; Hours 9:30 a m to 4:30 
p m; 314-315 Board of Trade bldg 

Cofield Harry D, 175, 1906. 120 E 22d 

Cohee Charles C, 175, 1901, 234 In- 
diana Pythian bldg 

Conover George R, 175, 1896, 1518 E 
Washington 

Cornell Elwyn S, 321, 1890, liy2 W 
Market 

Coxen Orsa B, 303, 1899, 214 Terminal 
bldg 

Culver Raymond E, 175, 1896, 617 Ter- 
minal bldg 

Cunningham Charles M, 176, 1900, 605 
Lombard bldg 

Davis S ETdith, 175, 1912, 610 Indiana 
Pythian bldg 

Dean Walter P, 175, 1914, 501 Hume- 
Mansur bldg 

Depperman Otto, 267, 1899, t 1146 S 
Meridian 

Dickey Pearl O, 175, 1901, 214 Ter- 
minal bldg 

Dicks Clarence W, 175, 1898, 302 Odd 
Fellow bldg 

Dicks Orpheus T, 175, 1901,t 1328 
Brookside av 



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R. L. POLK & CO.'S DENTAL, 



INDIANAPOLIS— Cont'd 

DUDEN ALICE G HARVIE, D D S, 

Phila Dental College and Garretson 
Hosp of Oral Surg, Phlladephia, 
Pa, 1903; Post-Grad Work Tufts 
Coll Dental School Boston, Mass, 
1904-5; Mem Natl Dental Assn, 
Ind State and Indianapolis Dental 
Socs and Am Acad of Oral Prophy- 
laxis and Periodontology; Practice 
Limited to Treatment of Pyorrhea 
and Oral Prophylaxis; Hours 9 a 
m to 4 p m; Tel Main 1185; 407 
Board of Trade bldg 

Earhart Floyd S,* 15 V2 N Penn 

Earhart George T,* 15^2 N Penn 

Earhart Perry W, 175, 1887, 18 W 
Market 

Early Geo W, 175, 1903, 1305 S Me- 
ridian 

Eiteljorg Albert P, 175, 1896, 1 B Mar- 
ket bldg 

Emmert Carl S, 175, 1911, 1004 Hume- 
Mansur bldg 

Farnsworth Theodore W jr.* 1430 E 

■ Washington 

Fox Wm A, 175, 1898, 1221 Oliver av 

Furnas I Lester, 175, 1910, 5503 E 
Washington 

Gant Earl W, 175, 1903, 2, 19^ N Me- 
ridian 

Gates Willard B, 175, 1914, 1410 E 
Washington 

Gates Willard W, 175, 1899, fit 929 
State Life bldg 

Gilmore Steele F,tft 602 I O O F 
bldg 

Goode Joseph S, 175, 1897, 409 Hume- 
Mansur bldg 

Green Charles H, 175, 1900, 201 Odd 
Fellows bldg 

Gruber D Ernest, 175, 1907, 52% Mon- 
ument pi 

Hacker Thomas S, 300, 1873, 224 N 
Meridian 

Hallerberg Charles, H 19% N Meridian 

Hamilton Charles M.jlf 5527 E Wash- 
ington 

Hamilton Frank A. 175, 1895, Ht 505 
Hume-Mansur bldg 

Hardwicke Wallace W, 175, 1905, 308 
Newton Claypool bldg 

Harris Gilbert, 175, 1902, 319i^ Vir- 
ginia av 

Harvey Arthur C, 175, 1910, 1066 Vir- 
ginia av 

Haskett Lawrence F, 175, 1914, 3362 
N Illinois 



Hawn Oliver E, 195, 1896, lOVa N Me- 
ridian 

Haynes Edgar T, 17&, 1915, 1005 Hume- 
Mansur bldg 

Heiskell Wm L,* 2253 N Delaware 

HENSHAW FREDERIC R, D D S, In- 
diana Dental Coll, Indianapolis, Ind, 
1897; Dean and Prof Operative Den- 
tistry at Same; 508 Indiana Pythian 
Bldg 

Herron Alexander P,1I 55 When bldg 

Hohl Charles F, 322, 1891, 704 Park 

Holmes Frank A, 175, 1903, 403 Odd 
Fellow bldg 

Hopkins Robert H, 175, 1909, t 1664 
College av 

House David A, 175, 1894, 704 Hume- 
Majisur bldg 

House Milus M, 175, 1903, 1664 Col- 
lege av 

Howard Jacob V, 175, 1904, 3005' N 
Illinois 

Howes Minnie I, 175, 1895,t 727 State 
Life bldg 

Howie Wm P, 175, 1897, 2852 Central 

Hubbard Rolla M, 175, 1909, 502 Odd 
Fellow bldg 

Huffmann Howard, 175, 1907, 3591/2 
Indiana av 

Ingalls Carl E, 175, 1914, 6221/2 Home 

JACKSON CHARLES R, D D S, Ph G; 
D D S, Indiana Dental Coll, Indian- 
apolis, Ind, 1898; Ph G, Northwest- 
ern Univ School of Pharmacy, Chi- 
cago, 111, 1893; Prof Orthodontia, 
Technics and Clinical Orthodontia 
Indiana Dental Coll; Mem Am See 
of Orthodontists, National Dental 
Assn, Ind State, and Indianapolis 
Dental Socs; Practice Limited to 
Orthodontia; 907 Hume-Mansur 
Bldg 

Jackson J DeWolf, 158, 1898, 508 In- 
diana Pythian bldg 

Jameson Alexander, 322, 1888,t 52 S 
Audubon rd 

Johnson L R, 195, 1911, 214 Terminal 
bldg 

Johnston Walter E, 175, 1908, 409 Ter- 
minal bldg 

Keller Philip A, 175, 1907, 9 N Illinois 

Kennedy Wm E, 300, 1899, f 702 Hume- 
Mansur bldg 

Kibler Edwin R, 175. 1902, 1006 Hume- 
Mansur bldg 



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299 



Kimbeiiin Frank, 175, 1905, 1003 Hume- 
Mansur bldg 

Kimberliii Thomas A, 175, 1897, 409 
Hume-Mansur bldg 

King George M, 175. 1915, 1005 Hume- 
Mansur bldg 

King Wm G,* 324 Am Central Life 
bldg 

Knowles W L, 175, 1902, 18 N Holmes 

Koss Harry A, 175, 1907, 311 N State 

Krumme Gustav, 175, 1901,1 436 New- 
ton Claypool bldg 

Kunkel Wm H, 175, 1896, t 1212 E 
10th 

Kuykendall Rufus, 175, 1907, 3591/2 In- 
diana av 

LaBurt Benjamin, 175, 1914, t 835% N 
Illinois 

Lackey Oscar H, 175, 1908, 3634 E 
25th 

Lafferty Fred L, 175, 1900, 930 S Meri- 
dian 

Langston Oscar W, 175, 1904, 134 E 
Washington 

Lapinska Lawrence W, 175, 1908, 724 
Indiana Pythian bldg 

LaRue F Wade, 175, 1913, 2968 Cen- 
tral av 

Lawrence Susie,* 15% N Pennsylvania 

Laymon Gilbert D, 175, 1°908, 5412 E 
Washington 

Leak Charles C, 176, 1901, 1211 Reisner 

Loertz John W, 175, 1900, 1103 W SOth 

Long Frank E, 322, 1907, 241 N Penn- 
sylvania 

LUCAS CARL D, D D S, Indiana Den- 
tal Coll, Indianapolis, Ind, 1902; Prof 
Oral Surgery, Dental Anatomy, His- 
tology and Embryology in Same; 
Oral Surgery Clinician Same; Pres 
Ind State Dental Soc, 1910; Mem 
Natl Dental Assn, Ind State, Indian- 
apolis City and Chicago Dental Socs; 
Hon Mem Ohio State, 111 State, Ky 
State, Wabash Valley, Corydon Pal- 
mer (Youngstown, O) and Northern 
Ind Dental Socs; Practice Limited 
to Oral Surgery and Pyorrhea Al- 
veolaris; Hours 10 a m to 12 m and 
2-4 p m; Office 902 Hume-Mansur 
Bldg 

McCloskey James J, 175, 1910, 510 

Fletcher av 
McCullough Wm I, 175, 1912, 903 

Hume-Mansur bldg 
McGrail Joseph C, 195, 1900, 204 Saks 

bldg 



McKittrick Henry C, 175, 1907, 309 
Board of Trade bldg 

McMillan F G,* 320 Pennway bldg 

McMullen Edgar, 175, 1910, 251/2 N Il- 
linois 

Manker Livingston M, 176, 1902, 712 
Odd Fellows bldg 

Martz Wm G, 175, 1914, t 46 W SOth 

Mayer Harry G, 175, 1909, 503 E Mc- 
Carty 

Miller C C, 217, 1916, 9 N Illinois 

Miller Edgar S, 175, 1896,t 320 N 
Meridian 

MITCHELL EDWARD L, D D S, Keo- 
kuk Dental Coll, Keokuk, la, 1906; 
Post Grad Angle School of Ortho- 
dontia, New London, Conn, 1909; 
Mem Alumni Angle School of Ortho- 
dontia, Am Soc of Orthodontists, 
Natl Dental Assn, Ind State and In- 
dianapolis Dental Socs; Practice 
Limited to Orthodontia; Hours 9 a 
m to 5 p m; Office 701 Hume-Mansur 
Bldg 

Moag James A, 175, 1908, 501 Hume- 
Mansur bldg 

Moore Edson G, 176, 1902, 1 E Market 

Morgan Charles E, 175, 1909, 712 Odd 
Fellow bldg 

Morrett Clyde V, 175, 1915, 515 Mer- 
chants Bank bldg 

Moyer Jacob F, 175, 1899,t 827 Indiana 
Pythian bldg 

Murphy Henry L, 175, 1905, 1058% Vir- 
ginia av 

Neiman Benjamin F, 175, 1914, t New- 
ton Claypool bldg 

Noble Charles T, 175, 1899, 1 Cordova 
bldg 

Oesterly Otto E, 300, 1901, 206 Penn- 
way bldg 

Oliver Dandridge H, 175, 1894,t 305 
Pennway bldg 

Olsen Christian, 175. 1900,11 301 Penn- 
way bldg 

OWENS CHARLES W, D D S, Cin- 
cinnati Coll of Dental Surgery, Cin- 
cinnati, O, 1899; 115 W Washington 

Owings Wiley C, 175, 1914, 23K E 
Michigan 

Page Lida P,tl 221/2 W Ohio 

Paris Paul P, 175, 1908, t 1273 Oliver 

Parr Harry F, 175, 1905,t 503 Hume- 
Mansur bldg 

Pease Charles E, 175, 1907, 345 New- 
ton Claypool bldg 



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IXDIAXAPOLiIS — Cont'd 

Pedlow Edward J, 175, 1907, 312 E 
Washington 

Peet Wm W, 175, 1908, 752 Newton 
Claypool bldg 

Perlee George W, 175, 1910, 735 In- 
diana Pythian bldg 

Peterson B D, 175, 1904, 115 W Wash- 
ington 

Poehls Louis A, 175, 1910, 1139 S 
Meridian 

Prichard Joseph W, 300, 1898, 31 N 
Penn 

Quinn Bertram R, 175, 1901, 2409 E 
10th 

RARER HOWARD R, D D S, Indiana 
Dental Coll, Indianapolis, Ind, 1906; 
Supt and Prof Operative Technic 
and Materia Medica, Therapeutics 
and Roentgenology at Same; Mem 
Natl Dental Assn, Am Inst of Den- 
tal Teachers; Treas Western Roent- 
gen Soc; Author "Elementary and 
Dental Radiography" Text Book; 
Associate Editor American Dentist; 
Practice Limited to Radiodontia; 
Hours by Appointment; 506 Hume- 
Mansur Bldg 

Raschig Maurice H, 175, 1891,t 408 
Board of Trade bldg 

Raymond Charles W, 175, 1903, 410 
Odd Fellow bldg 

Read Peter C, 175, 1895,t 406 Board of 
Trade bldg 

Reese Ernest E, 175, 1888, t 244 New- 
ton Claypool bldg 

Rice Willis G, 175, 1905, 518 Merchants 
Bank bldg 

Richardson Benjamin A jr, 231, 1899, f 
702 Hume-Mansur bldg 

Riddell Edmond F, 175, 1909, 716 In- 
diana Pythian bldg 

Riffle Bertram, 175, 1912, 2719 E 
Washington 

Ritter Christopher C, 300, 1889, 1234 
Prospect 

Rivers Chowning, 175, 1912, f 6OIV2 N 
Illinois 

Robison Warren A, 300, 1896, 1 E 
Market 

Rosenberg Samuel H,* 646 N West 

Sarapsell Homer A, 322, 1875, 501 
Terminal bldg 

Schere- J W, 175, 1915, 704 Hume- 
Mansur bldg 



Schmidt Paul P, 175, 1900,t 801-802 
Odd Fellow bldg 

Sellers Blaine H, 175,, 1892, 210 Lom- 
bard bldg 

Sharp J E, 315, 1907, 2617 W Mich- 
igan 

Sheldon Robert O, 175, 1908, 203 
Stewart bldg 

SMEAD SAM R, D D S, Indiana Den- 
tal Coll, Indianapolis, Ind 1901; Mem 
Natl, Ind State and Indianapolis 
Dental Socs; Hours 8 a m to 12 m, 
2 to 5 p m; Te!s New 6912-2, Bell 
North 1552; 2460 Central av 

Smith George J, 175, 1909, 11th fl 
Hume-Mansur bldg 

Smith Leonidas F, 175, 1905, 311 New- 
ton Claypool bldg 

Smythe Elmer A, 175, 1905, 120 W 
12th 

Snider Wm,* 1634 Central av 

Somers R P, 175, 1915, 2813 Clifton 

Sommers Jacob H, 175, 1905, 240 
Blake 

Spalding John A, 195, 1910, 315 Mer- 
chants Bank bldg 

Sparks James V, 175, 1914,t 1066 Vir- 
ginia av 

Spaulding G, L, 175, 1914, 1377 Madi- 
son av 

Stamm Alex F, 175, 1910, 1116 Hume- 
Mansur bldg 

Stamper Warren L, 175, 1910, 712 In- 
diana Pythian bldg 

Stanley Albert S, 175, 1901, 1016 N 
Oakland av 

Stark W J, 175, 1914, 417 E 16th 

Steinheiser A Frederick, 176, 1900 
724 Indiana Pythian bldg 

Stempel Basil J.Ht 81/2 E Washington 

Steward Arthur L, 175, 1907, 25 When 
•bldg 

Stuart Wm W, 175, 1910, 653 N West 

Taylor George W, 216, 1900, 15 When 
bldg 

Templen Henry,* 2540 College av 

Thompson Wm H, 175, 1899, 122 E 
Ohio 

Thomson Horace M. 300, 1899, 903 
HumerMansur bldg 

Todd Austin H, 175, 1914, 9 N Illinois 

Turney Harley N, 175, 1911, 3225 W 
Michigan 

Underwood George V, 175, 1907, 906 
Virginia av 



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VAN OSDOL N WILFORD, D D S, 

Indiana Dental Coll Indianapolis, 
Ind, 1897; Post-Grad Carr School of 
Prophylaxis and Pyorrhea, Chicago, 
111, 1915; Mem Natl Dental Assn, 
Ind State and Indianapolis DentaJ 
Socs; Practice Limited to Prophy- 
laxis and Pyorrhea; Hours 9am 
to 5 p m; 701 Hume-Mansur bldg 

Walsh Thomas H, 175, 1902, t 440 New- 
ton Claypool bldg 

Walters Francis M, 175, 1913, 458 
Blake 

Weaver Clyde W, 175, 1910, 813 Odd 
Fellows bldg 

Weller H D, 175, 1896, 506 Kahn bldg 

West Clariet W, 175, 1902, 524 In- 
diana Pythian bldg 

Westfall Beverly K, 158, 1915, 901 
Hume Mansur bldg 

White A Earl, 175, 1904, 2403 College 

White Charles E, 175, 1903, 320 E 
North 

White Norris L, 175, 1892, 217 New- 
ton Claypool bldg 

White Wm E,* 5341/2 Indiana av 

Whitmore Russell C, 175, 1911, t 724 
Hume-Mansur bldg * 

Wilkins Leon A, 175, 1913,t 468^ W 
Washington 

Wilson J Frank,* 717 Newton Clay- 
pool bldg 

Wilson J L, 175, 1912, 703 E 19th 

Wineinger Lawrence E, 175, 1899, 717 
Newton Claypool bldg 

Witt George C, 175, 1901, 443 Hamil- 
ton av 

Worth Charles E, 175, 1897, 706 Kahn 
bldg 



JAMBSTOWX, Boone. 690 

Davis S Edith, 175, 1912t 
Harlan L S, 175, 1914. 



JASONVIIiliE, Greene. 3,295 

Burrell C H, 175, 1902 
Welcher Alonzo F, 195, 1902 



JASPER, Dubois. 2,196 

Bombalaski M F, 195, 1910 
Schneider J J, 175, 1904 
Schumacher Martin, 175, 1900 
Stewart John S, 300, 1898 



JEPPERSONVIIiliE, Clark. 10,412 

Davis Frederick W, 175, 1900 
Harrison Heni-y W, 321 1893 
Peck Merritt E, 195, 1913 
Smith H K* 
Voiers Allen L, 265 1900 



JUJVESBORO, Grant. 1,573 

Schrader Otto, 175, 1913 



KENDALLVILLE, Noble. 4,981 

Bower A J, 175, 1907t 
Bunyan George B, 152, 1898 
Stiver O E, 175, 1905 
Teal Joseph MT[t 
Vankirk Orval A, 175, 1904 



KENTLAND, Newton. 

Doyle C W, 175, 1909 
VanKirk G H* 



1,209 



KEVTANNA, Fulton. 728 

Roth S B, 175, 1904 



KINGMAN, Fountain. 535 

Ewbank E Eldo, 176, 1901tlt 



KIRKLIN, Clinton. 690 

Bell Charles E, 158, 19071 



KNIGHTSTOWN, Henry. 2,008 

Hamilton James Ajft 

Hooper Norman Y, 175, 1914 

Stark Ralph M, 175, 1915 

Wagoner E W, 195, 1891 

Wagoner T PU 

Woodard Thomas R, 175, 188211 



KNOX, Starke. 1,644 

Ports L W, 163, 1915 
Brand George F, 175, 1903 



KOKOMO, Howard. 17,010 

Banks Judd B, 175, 1905, t 116 E Syca- 
more 

Canfield J C, 175, 1905, 102^ N Main 

Cook Isaac N,* 200y2 N Main 

Cook Milton M, 175, 1891, 1121/2 N 
Main 

De Zoette Will C, 300 1894, 122i^ E 
Sycamore 

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Coll of Dental Surg, Cincinnati, O, 
1907; Wilson blk 

Harter Arthur L. 175, 1901, 602 Cit- 
izens Bank bldg 

Kelsey Harry A, 175, 1906, 303 Citizens 
Bank bldg 

Kirk W D, 239, 1899, 1031/2 W Syca- 
more 

Mercer H P, 175, 1915, 406 Citizens 
National Bank bldg 

Simpson Norman, 175, 1897, 2101^ N 
Main 

Tate Howard C, 175, 1904, 934% S 
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R. L. POLK & CO.'S DENTAL. 



KOKOMO — Cont'd 
Wilson J Ed, 175. 1903, 200y2 N Main 
Wright J C, 175, 1904, 2121/2 N Main 
Young Elmer E, 175, 1909, 404 Citizens 

Bank bldg 
Yule Frank E, 175, 1900, 314 Citizens 

Bank bldg 



KOUTS, Porter. 600 

Meyers E* 



LACROSSE, LaPorte. 125 

Funkliouser I D* 



LADOGA, Montgomery. 

Werts C B, 265, 1899 



1,148 



LAFAYETTE, Tippecanoe. 20,081 

Barnhill Denzil C, 176, 1904, 525 Co- 
lumbia 
Bell Geo E, 175, 1911, 32 Lafayette 

Trust bldg 
Burt Edgar V.ljt 219 N 4th 
Childers LeRoy, 175, 1907, 427 Main 
Ellis Lewis M, 158, 1897, Lafayette 

Trust bldg 
Follett Frank E, 152, 1901, 2251/2 W 

State (W L) 
Griffin Ernest V, 176, 1901, 126 N 6th 
Jewell George C, 320, 1902, 620 Main 
LeGalley Henry W,ll 6311/2 Main 
LeGalley Myron E, 175, 1895, 102 N 

6 th 
Peters Horace R,11 302 Main 
Ross A Richard, 321, 1903, 205 Mur- 

dock bldg 
Ross Charles G, 321, 1877, 616 Colum- 
bia 
Ross Frank A, 176, 1900, 427 Main 
Schmadel Albert E, 300, 1897; 175, 

1902, 110 N 3d 
Villsrs Roy F, 262, 1905, 116 N 3d 
Walker Roy S, 175, 1903, 126 N 6th 
Walters Wm S, 152, 1899, Snoddy blk 

(W L) 
Williams Ellsworth, 300, 1892, 20 La- 
fayette Trust blgd 
Williams Fred H, 158, 1902, 701 Main 



LA GRANDE, La Grande. 

Ballou P D, 175, 1896 
Ballon Wm, 175, 1906 
Beecher A C, 239, 1876 
Duff James K, 175, 1909t 
Schrock R B, 175, 1904 



1,772 



LAPEL, Madison. 1,045 

Ketcham W W, 175, 19101 



LAPORTE, LapoTte. 10,525 

Delzell David ElJt 
Droberg W N, 163, 1909 
Fisher Will S\\ 
Fosdik Wmll 

Freeman Forrest E, 175, 1899 
Krejci F J, 163, 1911t 
Norton Ira P, 152, 1900 
Roberts Harold C, 158, 1915 
Smith J Lancie, 152, 1905 
Wasser Alvin S, 163, 1902 
Wasser George E, 158, 1896 



LAWRENCEBURG, Dearborn. 3,930 

French E J* 

Harryman Samuel E, 300, 1871t 
Smith G H, 175, 1907t 
Terrell G Marshall, 195, 1903 



LEBANON, Boone. 5,474 

Darnall Wm L, 175, 1913t 
Garrison R D, 175, 1916 
Green W H, 175, 1899t 
Immel James BH 
Kirtley Lewis W, 175, 1897 
Martin Thomas Htlf 
Parr John A, 195, 1895 
Stepheflson Wm Hflt 



LEESBVRG, Kosciusko. 500 

Linn O T, 175, 1913 



LIBERTY, Union. 1,338 

Crocker George K, 175, 1905 
Donahue Thomas P, 175, 1912 
Hunt H M, 175, 1900t 
Stevenson G E, 152, 1897 



LIGONIER, Noble. 2,173 

Gants A* 

Gants Samuel L, 158, 1896 
Keehn Charles G, 152, 1891t 
Rupert Glade E, 175, 1915 



LINTON, Greene. 5,906 

Bull E V, 175, 1905 
Keys Robert R, 195, 1893 
Todd Wm L, 175, 19001 
Welch Frank M, 158, 1899 
Welch Will C, 158, 1916 



LOGANSPORT, Cass. 19,050 

Babcock Troy L, 175, 1914t 
Bozer Francis M, 152, 1891 
Eversole Charles D, 152, 1897 
Grace Edward H. 175, 1895 
Horn W W* 
Hunt Edgar S. 175, 1896 
Hurtt Wm T1[ 



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INDIANA 



303 



Kirtz John F, 152, 1915 
Masters Ernest E, 239, 190911 
Nighbert G A, 175, 1911t 
Stalnaker Horace G, 175, 1903 
Swindler Russell L. 175, 1904 
Thomas Ferd I, 175, 1897 



LOOGOOTEE, Martin. 3,154 

Risacher E M, 175, 1905 
Seal W I, 175, 1891 



liOWEIiL, Lake. 1,235 

Dinwiddle J A, 158, 1896 
Riggs Perry L, 152, 1900 



LVNN, Randolph. 917 

Heatlle F W* 
Wright C C, 175, 1907 



niADISON, Jefferson. 6,934 

Fewell Everett V, 175, 1898 
Fewell Frank M, 340—, 
Fewell W P, 176, 1904 
Hanna Wm A, 176, 1900 
Kestner P N, 300, 1902 
McKeand H P, 175, 1907 
Rapp James J, 300, 1883 
Wyman G W, 195, 190211 



MANILLA, Rush. 383 

Zike Charles W, 175, 1908t 



MARENGO, Crawford. 900 

Mock Frank, 195, 1911 



MARION, Grant. 19,359 

Brimacombe Byron C, 175, 1890, 1 
Webster blk 

Brimacombe John W, 175, 1891, 215 
W 4th 

Flinn Orlando M, 300, 1892, 401 Glass 
blk 

Fryer John O, 175, 1900t 

Gear Earl, 300, 1898, 410% S Wash- 
ington 

Gear Horace M, 300, 1899 

Hazlett N Franklin, 175, 1890, 4th and 
Washington 

HI ATT NEWTON W, D D S, Kansas 
City Dental Coll, Kansas City, Mo, 
1889; Ex-Pres Eastern Ind Dental 
Soc; Ex-Mem State Board Dental 
Examrs; Mem National, Eastern and 
Northern Ind Dental Socs and Ind 
State Dental Assn; Mem Wabash 
Valley, 111 State and Chicago Dental 
Socs; Hours 9 a m to 5 p m; Tel 
119, 506-507 Marion Natl Bank Bldg 



Hulley Edwin S, 175, 1903, 702 S 
Adams 

Kinley Wilford E,1I 1 McClure blk 

PRIEST CHARLES A, D D S Indiana 
Dental Coll, Indianapolis, Ind, 1904; 
Supervisor of Clinics Ind State 
Dental Assn, 1916 and 1917; Vice- 
Pres and Ex-Sec Northern Ind Den- 
tal Soc; Ex-Treas Wabash Valley 
Dental Soc; Life Mem Delta Sigma 
Delta Fraternity; Hours 8:30 to 
11:30 am and 1:30 to 4:30 p m; Tel 
1803; Glass Blk 

Ross A E, 175, 1898 

Shaw Roy G, 175, 1904,t 207 Marion 
blk 

Stouffer Sylvester E, 152, 1892 

Strange Leonard, 175, 1897t 

Thomas Guy A, 175, 1897, 201 Mar- 
quette blk 

Unthank Alva H, 175, 1899, 308 Iro- 
quois blk 

Wagoner Wm E, 158, 1900, 406 Glass 
blk 



MARKLE, Hnntlnston. 

Monroe Philip E, 304, 1903 



820 



MARTINSBURG, Washington. 100 

Bright J C, 175, 1902 



MARTINSVILLE, Morgan. 4,529 

Bailey Ellard D, 175, 1890 
Burgett H O, 175, 1903t 
Gravs Fred L, 175, 1906 
Kinneman Willard L, 175, 1897 
Winter Ernest, 175, 1904 



MENTONE, Kosciusko. 

Vangilder Bert M, 175, 1904 



728 



MICHIGAN CITY, Laporte. 19,027 

Flynn Wm B, 239, 1888 

Gibson George WH 

Hall Wm A, 152, 1908t 

Hixon Julian F, 152, 1892 

Knapp Arthur L, 152, 1902 

Marr Maurice A, 175, 1914t 

Marr Robert A, 355, 1887; 322, 1888 

Myers Cyrus A, 158, 1907 

Ross C D, 175, 1910t 

Sawyer J C, 158, 1906 

Schutt Mlnard A, 152, 1878 

Seymour Charles H, 158, 1903 



MIDDLEBURi:, Elkhart. 600 

Farver Alvin D, 175, 1914t 



MILAN, Ripley. 657 

Withrow George A, 300, 190511 



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INDIANA 



(1917) 



R. L. POLK & CO.'S DENTAL 



3IILFORD, Kosciusko. 814 

Peterson James F, 175, 1901 



MILLTOWN, Crawford. 586 

Lee J H, 152, 1901 



MILROY, Rush. 750 

Ross Alexander C, 175, 1906t 



>IISHA\VAKA, St. Joseph. 11,886 

Barron-Doan Anna A|l 
Irwin Fred H, 158, 1896 
Smith Ivan E, 158, 1913t 
Stowell T C, 175, 1902 
Walton Leslie M, 195, 1903 
Wildermuth Louis F, 158, 1902 



BIITCHELL,, Lawrence. 3,438 

Gambrel J B, 175, 1908 
Siegmund I Jjf 



MODOC, Randolph. 275 

Hamilton H A* 



MONON, White. 1,184 

Friel Ernest L, 175, 1903 

MONROEVILLE, Allen. 

Smith M A, 303, 1899tl 



910 



MONTEZUMA, Parke. 1,537 

Phillips Monte C, 175, 1910t 
Quinn B R, 175, 1901 



MONTGOMERY, Daviess. 600 

Robinson F F1[t 



MONTICELLO, White. 2,168 

Blickenstaff Will, 175, 1900 
Conger T EH 

Goehenour Jeremiah. 152, 1892 
Kraning J H, 175, 1909 



MONTPELIER, Blackford. 2,786 

Covar-t J FH 

Marsla-d Edward A, 239, 190111 

Wilt A I, 175, 1902 



MOORELAND, Henry. 500 

Taylor Howard H, 175, 1915 



MOORESVILLE, Morgan. 1,608 

Everts C C* 

Hallam C L., 175, 1898 



MORGANTOW^N, Morgran. 667 

Davidson Thomas H, 175, 1890 



MOROCCO, Newton. 927 

Boville Frank W, 175, 1913t 
Spltler D K, 175, 1907t 



MORRISTOWN, Shelby. 622 

Bradley Howard A, 134, 1904 
Talbert Harry V, 175, 1914 



MOUNT AIR, Newton. 231 

Hamilton R A* 



MOUNT VERNON, Posey. 5,563 

Hale John M, 341, 1897 
Hovey Alvin J, 267, 1896 
McElhaney E Q, 175, 1905 • 
Williams N M, 175, 1899t 



MULBERRY, Clinton. 592 

Banks J B, 175, 1905 
Killian A R, 175, 1909 



MUNCIB, Delaware. 24,005 

Davis Harry L, 308, 1898, 2111/2 S Wal- 
nut 

Garner Frank B, 320, 1901, 301 Vatet 
bldg 

Graham Fred A, 239, 1896, 309 The 
Johnson 

Icerman L F, 175, 1904, t 410 Wysor 
blk 

Ketcham H H, 280, 1897, 209 The 
Johnson 

McClung Earl P, 175, 1904, 302y2 S 
Walnut 

McLain David A,tf 410 Wysor blk 

McMillan John W, 175, 1898, 1 The 
Anthony 

Martin Frank S, 175, 1898, t 1 Jones 
blk 

Martin Samuel A, 175, 1899, 2151/2 S 
Walnut 

Miller Robert T, 158, 1903, 2 "The 
Neely" 

Simmons C E, 175, 1901, 210 Wysor 
blk 

Snyder Geo E, 175, 1904, 200y2 S Wal- 
nut 

Snyder O G, 264, 1908, H 200y2 S Wal- 
nut 

Snyder O G, 264, 1908,11 200y2 S Walnut 

Thropp Clayton W, 175, 1892,t 409-11 
The Johnson 

Wiggins Claude, 176, 1900, 416y2 S 
Walnut 



NAPPANEE, Elkhart. 2.260 

Burnett Clarence H, 175, 1912,t 
Little Chester K, 175, 1914 
Scott J DH 
Thayer Lewis C, 239, 1891 



NASHVILLE, Brown. 364 

Pennick C L* 



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INDIANA 



305 



TiEW ALBANY, Floyd. 20.629 

Carnahan J Roscoe, 175, 1909 
Coleman Arthur N, 195, 1903 
Day F E, 195, 1905 
Greene Frank C, 266, 18801 
Harrison J Bradley, 262, 1891 
Hull A L, 175, 1902 
Little George N, 195, 1898 
McBride Harry Ht 
Mitchell N F, 195, 1904 
Redens Boone, 195, 1908 
Widman U S, 195, 1912 
Woodside Wm, 195, 1903 



AEAVBURG, Warrick. 

Hooker Wm J, 341, 1904 



1,200 



XEW CARLISLE, St. Joseph. 

Borden Isaac W, 175, 1900 



612 



NEWCASTLE, Henry. 9,446 

Beal Perry L, 175. 1900 
Cofield J F, 175, 1899 
Conway E Monroejf 
Hall Clarence V, 300, 1901 
Jones Clement C, 175, 1901 
Lamb Milton, 175, 1887t 
Piatt Leslie W, 239, 1898t 
Rawlings Clarence A, 195, 1916 
Winters Wm A, 152, 1901 



NEAV HARMONY, Posey. 1,229 

Donald David W, 267, 1896 



NEW HAVEN, Allen. 1,038 

Morris Elmer E, 300, 189811 



NEAV RICHMOND, Montgomery. 550 

Roth M J, 175, 1908 



NEWTON, Fountain. 361 

Vandervolgen E C, 175, 1904 



NOBLESVILLE, Hamilton. 

Brooks Earl, 175, 1907 
Cooper Charles A, 175, 1913t 
Curtis Cassius C, 175, 1884 
Graham W D, 17511 



5,073 



NORTH JUDSON. Starlce. 1,143 

Corbltt George B, 158, 1901 



NORTH LIBERTY, St Joseph. 

Wisenbaugh W C, 175, 1913t 



NORTH MANCHESTER, AVabash. 

Keener C Earl, 175, 1911t 
Kraning Charles F, 175, 1911t 
Risser Clarence H, 340, 1894 
Shaffer Wm H, 354, 1885 
Wright Glen E, 175, 1905 



681 



2,428 



NORTH SALEM. Hendrlck*. 

Troer C M, 176, 1902 



NORTH VERNON, Jenntn^a. 

Black Howard V, 195, 1907 
Cooper J W, 175, 1901 
Pewell F WHt 
Green C H, 175, 1900 
Richardson R H, 175, 1909t 
Ross E F* 



S6» 



2,915 



OAKLAND CITY, Gibtton. 2,370 

Bradshaw R Russell, 175, 1912t 

McCord John WH 

Wood Jacob E, 175, 1911t 



ODON, Daviess. 1,064 

Seal Julian L, 175, 1897 



OOLITIC, Lawrence. 1,079 

Blessing Jesse B, 195, 1901 



ORLAND, Steuben. 

Heyler Wm H, 175, 1907 
Jeffery Carl B, 304, 1903 



424 



ORLEANS, Oranse. 1,367 

Denbo E S, 185, 1892 
George Louis P, 175, 1898 



OSGOOD, Ripley. 1,169 

Hussey J Edward, 176, 1904 
Row F Irving, 175, 1915 
Row Perrie A, 175, 1891 



OS SI AN, Wells. 661 

Poffenberger E D, 175, 1904 



OTTERBEIN, Benton. 652 

Messner C T, 175, 1908t 
Stevenson F E, 175, 1903 



OWENSVILLE, Gibson. 1,237 

Bixler U OttoH 

Emerson Jesse D, 175, 1895 



OXFORD, Benton. 1,010 

Catter-lin Merle W, 175, 1914 

Ross W J* 

Shelley Joseph P, 175, 1904 



PALMYRA, Harrison. 253 

Marshall John SH 



PAOLI, Orangre. 1,278 

Stipp H A, 175, 1915 



PARKER, Randolph. 800 

Hendricks C S, 176. 1901 



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Broaches and "Gold Aluminum Plate Ru*"'' 



306 



INDIANA 



(1917) 



R. L. POIxK & CO.'S DENTAL 



PATRICKSBURG, Owen. 500 

Sommers J H, 175, 1905 



PENDLETON, Madison. 1,293 

Oberdurff E C, 175, 1909 
Reid Bud C, 300, 1888 
Thomas O HUt 



PENNVIIiLE, Jay. 800 

Clark Walter L, 175, 1906t 
Clemmer C O, 175, 1906 



PERU, Miami. 10,910 

Bish H L, 175, 1909t 
Doyle Joseph, 175, 1910t 
Fetrow S W, 175, 1913t 
Graf Augustus P, 326, 1899 
Hanks E E, 175, 1908 
Hebbe E R, 175, 1911tl 
Huff Walter AUt 
Huff Walter J, 175, 1911 
Krentzer J A, 175, 1909t 
Mclntyre Lee M, 175, 1911t 
Meeker Wm R, 300, 1898 
Naughton Thomas G, 175, 1899 
Redmon Charles E, 175, 1897t 
Seawel Thomas N* 
Stitt Isaac A, 239, 1885 
VanOsdol Loree E, 175, 1899 
Walter George W, 303, 1899 



PETERSBURG, Pike. 2,170 

Bethel Frank W, 175, 1910t 
Harris Edward J, 340, 1887 
Luke Frank, 175, 1897 
Stonecipher Wm Hl[ 



PIERCETON, Kosciusko. 

Miller W C, 175, 1916 

Smith Nelson TU 

Smith Orton B, 175, 1898 



PliAINPIBLD, Hendricks. 

Miller Chester C, 176, 1901t 
Miller Harry, 175, 1906 



817 



807 



PLEASANT LAKE, Steuben. 

Galloway O B, 175, 1905 



550 



PLEASANTVILIiE, Sullivan. 390 

Shepard Benjamin F, 164, 18961It 



PLYMOUTH, Marshall. 3,838 

Burkett C WfT 

Burkett Francis Mil 

Danforth E R, 158, 1907 

Deeds Henry AfH 

Durr Charles C, 322, 1872 

Hitchcork George F, 301, 1901 

Hume Albert Clf 



PORTLAND, Jay. 5,130 

Braddock Alfred A, 175, 189911 

Foster L Edgar, 175, 1912t 

Houk E P, 303, 1899 

Jones Wm PH 

Templeton Homer J, 175, 1900 



POSEYVILLE, Poaey. 780 

Hawkins Charles J, 175, 1910t 
Lester C C, 175, 1892 



PRINCETON, Gibson. 6,448 

Boren W C, 175, 1913 
Brumfield J A, 300, 1900 
Cunningham J K, 175, 1904 
Dorsey W T, 158, 1898 
Pumphrey Lot HJI 
Trippett Vincent W S, 195, 1898t 



QUINCY, Owen. 

Lockhart D B, 175, 1892 



290 



RED KEY, Jay. 1,714 

Chew Wm E, 195, 1909t 
Rodkey Ora B, 175, 1913 



REMINGTON, Jasper. 

Avery S K, 175, 1908 
Robinson Rome H, 158, 1900t 



982 






RENSSELAER, Jasper. 

Brown Harry L, 300, 1892 

Horton John WH 

Myer W LeRoy, 175, 1904 



2,303 



RICHMOND, Wayne. 22,324 

Anderson Fred S, 301, 1897, 11 S 8th 
Chattin Robert A, 175, 1908, 721 Main 
Cox Neclessen S, 300, 1892, 2 Murray 

Theatre bldg 
Dykeman Edward J, 175, 1904, 931 

Main 
Harding Frank, 300, 1896, 713y2 Main 
Hinshaw H Earl, 175, 1912, 811 N A 
Johnson Ellas B, 175, 1912,t Comstock 

blk 
Kemper August F, 152, 1897, 201 2d 

Natl Bank bldg 
Kirkpatrick John D, 175, 1905, 706% 

Main 
Loper Herbert B,1I 210 Colonial bldg 
Martin Albert O, 175, 1902, 212 Colo- 
nial bldg 
Mendenhall Carver J,1I 618^/2 Main 
Moelk Frank H, 175, 1908, 722y2 Main 



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Owens Frank L, 175, 1910, 7 Union 
Natl Bank bldg 


RUSSIAVILLE, Howard. 685 

Carter V G, 175, 19021 


Park Watson A, 143, 1898, tf 12 N 10th 
Price Alfred B, 175, 1901, 208 Colonial 
bldg 


ST. JOE, DeKalb. 391 

Price C Rf 


Smith Willis J, 175, 1900, 1103 Main 


ST. PAUL, Decatur. 996 


RIDGEVILE, Randolph. 1,302 

Stone Thomas A, 195, 1900 


DeLap N H, 340, 1901 
Rivers Grover A, 175, 1912 






RISING SUN, Ohio. 1,513 

Espey E S, 195, 189611 
Stevenson H S, 154, 1894 


SALEM, Washington. 2,283 

Coffman Osborne E, 175, 1901 

Radcliff B T* 

Rhuetts John E, 175, 1883 


ROACHDALiE, Putman. 849 

McAninch Fred L, 175, 1908t 


Williams J L, 217, 1884 


SCOTTSBURG, Scott. 1,669 


ROANOKE, Hantington. 699 

Trixler Leo P, 175, 1915 


Alvis Samuel W, 195, 1905 
McCullough F H* 


ROANN, Wabash. 460 

DuBois D W, 175, 1907 


SELVIN, Warrick. 280 

Barr G W, 216, 1902 


ROCHESTER, Fulton. 3,364 

Babcock James L, 158, 1897 

Babcock Nellie S, 158, 1897 

Heath Perry, 175. 1903 

Kirkendall W QU 

Lichtenwalter Lincoln T, 175, 1891 

Wilson Matthew, 152, 189211 


SEYMOUR, Jackson. 6,305 

Brunow Adolph F, 200, 1902 

Casey Thomas H, 175, 1910t 

Coryell W M, 300, 1891 

GROSCURTH JOHN HENRY, D D S, 
Louisville Coll of Dentistry (Dental 
Dept of the Central Univ of Ky), 
1900; 127 Tipton 

Haas Raymond G, 175, 1905 

Harris Roy e; 175, 1904t 

Mains L M jr, 175, 1895 

Prall D L, 175, 1892 

Shinness Benjamin S, 195, 1896 


ROCKPORT, Spencer. 2,736 

Bosler Simon Fjlf 


ROCKVILIiE, Parke. 1,943 

Burton John H, 152, 1899 
McHatten J W, 176, 1901 


Rohm J L, 175, 1910t 
Shonkwiler A R, 175, 1905 
Wirt W N, 321, 1884 


SHARPBSVILLE, Tipton. 644 

Hellwig Melchior J, 217, 189511 


SHELBURN, Sullivan. 2,055 

Peters M E, 195, 1906 
Stratton Harry L, 152, 1907 


ROSEDALE, Parke. 1,166 

Conklin Charles P, 175, 1910t 


ROSSVILLE, Clinton. 667 

Shaw Margaret E, 175, 1904t 
Wilson C N, 175, 1911t 


SHELBYVILLE, Shelby. 9.500 

Barnard Roy F. 175, 1910t 
Blackburn Frank G, 216, 1903 
Blackburn Wilbur E, 300, 1898 
Chadwick John E, 303, 1902 
Eberhart John C, 175, 1897 
Sexton Horatio C. 300. 1889t 


ROYAL CENTER, Cass. 900 

Branham J C, 175. 1900 ^ 
Mayfield Clyde T* 


RIISHVIIiliE, Rush. 4,925 


White Joseph A, 175, 1902 


Bebout Verl A, 175, 1914t 
Beher Carl F, 300, 1901 
Chadwick Perley H, 175, 1899 
Green Charles, 175, 1906t 
McClanahan Francis R, 300, 1890 
Pearsey Hale H, 175. 1912t 
Smith Frank, 175, 1891 
Sparks Prank M, 300, 1891t 


SHERIDAN, Hamilton. 1,768 

Endaly JohnUt 
Jordan J M. 175, 1908t 
Kercheval L L, 175, 1912t 
Wilson Fred T, 175, 1912t 


SHIRLEY, Hancock. 1,519 

Daniels John W, 152, 1898t 



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SHOALS, Martin. 1,015 

Crim Frank BH 
Jones E C, 175, 1908t 



SILVER LAKS, Kosciusko. 493 

Hay Jacob C, 158, 1896 



SOMERVILLB, Gibson 

Kohlmeier Irving G, 134, 1916 



SOUTH BESND, St. Josepli. 53,684 

Ash Clarence J, 152, 1903, 515 Far- 
mers Trust bldg 

Axtell Frederick L, 158, 1896, Jeffer- 
son bldg 

Beistle Elmer I, 239, 1897, 114 W 
Washington 

Best Seth T.H 530 Farmers Trust bldg 

Blake Edward H, 175, 1909,t 111 W 
Washington av 

Bosler G B, 175, 1913, 5 Warner bldg 

Carson Franklin R, 239, 1884,11 5 War- 
ner bldg 

Clark Shelby S,1I 110 W Washington 

Conklin Frank G, 216, 1883,t 112 W 
Washington 

Cummins David E,1I 129 W Colfax av 

Davis S Hugh, 175, 1914, 612 J M S 
bldg 

DeBow Roscoe C,* 312 S Taylor 

Eitlejorg A F, 175, 1896, 113 S Mich- 
igan 

Feldman Charles, 175, 1903, 230 S 
Michigan 

Geyer Claude L, 158, 1915, 602 J M S 
bldg 

Griffith Clyde W, 175, 1900, 212 Far- 
mers Trust bldg 

Hager Frank D, 152, 1896, 102 Dean 
bldg 

Hollowell Alonzo L, 303, 1899, 506 J M 
S bldg 

Keightley M J, 175, 1891, 135 S Mich- 
igan 

Kilmer Roy W, 176, 1903, 819 S Mich- 
igan 

LaPierre Louis S, 152, 1892, 502 W Col- 
fax av 

Lavengood John C, 175, 1906, 1003 S 
Michigan 

Lucas Robert F, 152, 1904, 612 Stude- 
baker bldg 

McCallum Fred W, 158, 1902, 103 N 
Lafayette 

McDonald Samuel M, 264, 1895, 108 E 
Washington av 

Mason Clarence L, 158, 1905, 511 J M S 
bldg 



MESSICK ALBERT R, D D S, North- 
western Univ Dental School, Chi- 
cago, 111, 1909; Registered; Mem St 
Joseph Co Dental Soc and Delta 
Sigma Dental Fraternity; Specialty 
Inlay Fillings, Condensed Gold Work 
and Synthetic Porcelain; 401 Far- 
mers Security Bldg 

Moyer Theodore F, 280, 1897, 509 J M 
S bldg 

Paxson Edward E, 239, 1887, 420 Far- 
mers Trust bldg 

Shidler Clem, 152, 1899,t 604 J M S 
bldg 

SMITH LOUIS J, D D S, Northwest- 
ern Univ Dental School, Chicago, 
111, 1896; Registered; Pres Non- 
toxo Chemical Co; Mem Natl Dental 
Assn and Ind State Dental Soc; 102 
S Michigan 

STOECKLEY JOHN A, D D S, Chi- 
cago Coll of Dental Surgery, Chica- 
go, 111, 1896; Mem and Ex-Pres St 
Joseph Co and Northern Ind Dental 
Socs; Mem Natl Dental Assn, Ind 
State, 111 State and Chicago Dental 
Socs; 511 J M S Bldg 

Vaughn Frederick W,1I 609 J M S bldg 

Walsh Thomas J, 158, 1905, J M S 
bldg 



SOUTH WHITLEY, Wliltley. 1,176 

Richer J M, 175, 1905 



SPENCER, Owen. 2,160 

Campbell A P, 175, 1903 
Seay C W, 175, 1905 



SFICELAND, Henry. 622 

Gordon Wm B, 300, 1896 



STAR CITY, Pulaslcl. 20 

Needhams J B, 175, 1905 



SULLIVAX, Sullivan. 4,115 

Barco Peter A, 175, 1897t 
Bass John W, 239, 1896 
Billman G G, 175, 1892 
Lindley Samuel E, 152, 1904 
Stewart Lafayette A, 175, 1888t 



SUMMITVILLE, Madison. 1,38T 

Garrison R E, 175, 1902t 



SWAYZEE, Grant. 1,000 

Eichelbarger John D, 239, 1913 



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309 



SYRACUSE, KosduBko. 

Hontz D S, 175, 1892 
Stockberger V C, 175, 1908 



1,379 



TELL, CITY, Perry. 3,369 

Kaiser Carl D, 195, 1908 



TENNYSON, AVarrick. 

Hull I T, 175, 1911 



371 



TERRE HAUTE, Vigo. 58,167 

Anshutz Frank P, 300, 1895, 6811/2 Wa- 
bash av 
Beeson Wm H, 175, 1888, 118 N 6th 
Belden Albert, 319, 1898, 5231/2 Wa- 
bash av 
Brown Oswald M, 320, 1891, 216 Rose 

Dispensary bldg 
Carbon Owen,* 813 1^ Wabash av 
Caton Howard D, 175, 1907, 313 Terre 

Haute Trust bldg 
Cheek John H, 175, 1899, 2-3-4 Erwin 

block 
Congleton John 175, 19J1, 329 S 15th 
Ervin Charles E, 175, 1890, t 2 Natl blk 
Hanning Wm H, 195, 1901, 6291/2 Wa- 
bash av 
HICKMAN HORATIO S, D D S, In- 
diana Dental Coll, Indianapolis, Ind, 
1904; Mem National Dental Assn, 
Ind State and Western Ind Dental 
Socs; Hours 8:30 a m to 12 m and 
1 to 5 p m; Star Bldg 
Kendall Edw F, 175, 1901 (Twelve 

Points) 
Lemmon Grant B,* 411i^ Wabash av 
McFarland Fred D, 271, 1912, 407 Tri- 
bune bldg 
Marbach George, 175, 1887, 124 S 6th 
Miller Charles P, 175, 1900, 509% Wa- 
bash av 
Miller Will E, 351, 1913, 9 N 6th 
Owens Charles W, 303, 1899, 9 N 6th 
Owens Frank L 175, 1910,t 509 N 4th 
Parker Julian T, 217, 1890, 206 T H 

Trust bldg 
Reiss Edward, 195, 1899, 512i^ wa- 

bash av 
Rice Walter G, 195, 1897, 206 Terre 

Haute Trust bldg 
Russell G W, 175, 1905, 68II/2 Wabash 

avenue 
Schott Ralph A, 354, 1907, 503 Terre 

Haute Trust bldg 
Sinclair Strange L, 341, 1901, 1267% 

Lafayette av 
Slinkard Russell, 175, 1914, 813 1/2 Wa- 
bash av 



Stevenson Lloyd, 175, 1900, 683% Wa- 
bash 

Thomson James A, 175, ;L908, 6291/2 
Main 

Trinkle Leonard S, 175, 1904, I2I81/2 
Wabash av 

Van Valzah Robert W, 175, 1880,11t 18 
Swope blk 

Vaughn John C, 175, 1896, 201 Rea 
bldg 

Ward W R, 195, 1903, 8291/2 Wabash av 

Wilcox R F, 175, 1910, 216 Rose Dis- 
pensary bldg 

Williams Clarence F, 175, 1891, 303 
Star bldg 

Williams W E, 216, 1898, 5 McKeen blk 

Wittenberg H C,* 813% Wabash av 



THORNTOWN, Boone. 1,608 

Ellis E W, 175, 1900 
Johnson A H*. 175, 19021 



TIPTON, Tipton. 4,075 

Bridge Adelbert A, 175, 1903t 
Collins Oscar W, 175, 1903 
Curtis S W, 175, 1889|f 
Gifford M R, 175, 1911t 
Pentecost Perry J, 175, 1904 
Woodruff I Hall, 175, 1892 



UNION CITY, Randolpb. 3,200 

Beaty F A, 175, 1915 
Grossnickle S J, 175, 1909t 
LeFever Mrs L Mjf 
Smith Samuel D, 175, 1897 
Wampler G S, 175, 1903 



UPIiAND, Grant. 1,000 

Gravel Harry F, 175, 1914 



VALPARAISO, Porter. 0,987 

Bartholomew Chas L, 152, 1899 
Jones George R, 152, 1899 
Keehn Jesse D, 175, 1901 
Nixon C A, 152, 1902 
Pagin James R, 152. 1887t 
Ruge Marx, 152, 1898 



VANBUREN, Grant. 

Mott Walter W1l 



1,189 



VEEDERSBURG, Fountain. 1,767 

Purnell W Frank, 175, 1898 1 
Simmerman Orvil V, 175, 1891 



VEIiPEN, Pike. 241 

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VERSAILLES, Ripley. 

Neill James A, 300, 1905 
Peters M E* 



486 



VEVAY, Switzerland. 

Geiger C H, 300, 1891 



1,256 



VINCENNES, Knox. 14,895 

Beckes H C, 175, 1898, 23 Bishop blk 
Bogie Wm, 152, 1902, 21 2d Natl Bank 

bldg 
Day Ralph C, 175, 1910, 3021/2 Main 
Held August W, 175, 1902, 618 Main 
Hindman Walter M, 322, 1872,t Si^ 

N 3d 
Lambdin Charles A, 175, 1908, 308 La 

Plante bldg 
Luetkemeier Henry, 175, 1911, t 3 K of 

P bldg 
Pielemeier G August, 195, 1896, 520 

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Ridgeway Wm B, 175, 1892, t cor 3d 

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Stoelting Edward W,* 10 State Bank 

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Whaley Alonzo W, 195, 1914, 207y2 

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WABASH, AVabash. 8,687 
Bull Elmer M, 175, 1912 
Grafft P E, 175, 1900 
Payne Marshall A, 152, 1895t 
Porter Arch B, 175, 1913t 
Powell L G A, 152, 1896 
Snideman Clora J, 175, 1902 
Stephenson A LeslieUt 



WAKARUSA, Elkhart. 859 

Sanderson Elma A, 158, 1897 
Whitmer G A, 175, 1908 



WALDROIV, Shelby. 

Randolph B F, 175, 1915 



500 



WALKERTON, St. Joseph. 

Dowell Hamlis S, 175, 1887 
Ross G B, 175, 1915 



1,003 



WALLACE, Fountain. 600 

Bushong Milo, 175, 1915 
Wilkinson Lex E, 175, 1914t 



WALTON, Cass. 579 

Armstrong W E, 175, 1896 



AVARREN, Hnntin^on. 1,189 

Fee E L, 175, 1904 

Leverton Elmer R, 158, 1905 

Runkle L K, 152, 1904 




W^ARSAW, Kosciusko. 4,430 

Church Arthur R, 158, 1896 

Duncan James, 175, 1907 

Eggleston Wm Hlft 

Luse R N, 175, 1909t 

Van Osdol Ernest F, 175, 1899 

Wagner Charles R, 175, 1914t 

White John R, 175, 1898t 



AVASHINGTOJV, Daviess. 7,854 

Baldwin P T, 175, 1902 
Burrls Charles J, 175, 1907t 
Homann Frederick J, 303, 1899 
Smiley Roland M, 175, 1886t 
Smiley Roy D, 175, 1908 
Walker John E, 175, 1912t 
Woolston L P, 175, 1915 



WATERLOO, DeKalb. 1,157 

Newcomer W R, 175, 1904 
Shaffer John W, 300, 1903 



WAVELAIVD, Montgomery. 676 

Harbenson B M, 175, 1895 



WAYNETOWN, Montgomery. 734 

Lowe J H, 176, 1901 



WEST BADEN, Orange. 746 

Davidson John E, 175, 1910 



WEST LAFAYETTE, (See Lafayette.) 



WESTFIELD, Hamilton. 700 

Shockney M V H, 175, 1902 



W^EST LEBANON, Warren. 642 

Day C W, 175, 1899t 



WESTPORT, Decatur. 675 

Davis F M, 175, 1908 



W^EST TERRE HAUTE, Vigo. 3,083 

Freeman Karl L, 175, 1907 



W^ESTVILLE, Laporte. 503 

Landon Vernon A, 158, 1901 



WHITING, Lake. 6,587 

Avery Bruce W, 152, 1911t 
Hilliard George S, 158, 1896 
Myers K L, 158, 1893 



W^ILLI AM SPORT, IVarren. 1,243 

King Lloyd A, 322, 1884 



WINAMAC, Pulaski. 1,607 

Ginther Harry E, 175, 19l3 
Overholzer W L, 158, 1898 
Shill John E, 158, 1902 



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TVINCHESTER, Randolph. 4,266 

Beals John H, 217, 1901 


WINSLOW, Mke. 932 

Dillon ErastusH 


Eastman J B, 175, 1913t 
Edwards W T, 175, 1899 
Gray B F, 175, 1892 


WOCOTT, White. 873 

Holley Roy F, 152, 1911t 


Pretlow Joseph JH 

Smith Arthur D, 175, 1897t 

Smith Milo V, 175, 1896t 


WOLCOTTVILLE, LasraQgre. 62T 

Derbyshire J H* 
Cook John, 158, 1912 
Musser Lee A, 175, 1910t 






WINDFALL, Tipton. S99 

McKay L, 175, 191111 


WORTHINGTON, Greene. 1,732 

Booze Leonard R, 175, 1896t 
English James DJIt 




WINGATK, Montgomery. 466 

Card W P, 176, 1899 
Strain Homer B, 163, 1905 


ZIONVILLE, Boone. 840 

Brush Forest G, 175, 1901 
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IOWA 



CAPITAL, DES MOINES 



Population of State, 2,358,066 
(U. S. Census Bureau 1914) 
Number of Dentists, 1,334 

For list of Dental Colleges, see page 43. 



STATE BOARD OP DENTAL EXAMINERS 

President, C. B. Miller, Cedar Falls; Vice-President, C. E. Westwood, Sioux 
City; Secretary-Treasurer, J. A. West, Des Moines; C. L. Topliff, Decorah; George 
Brooks, Greenfield. 



DENTAL COLLEGES 
State University of Iowa College of Dentistry, Iowa City — Dean, Frank T. 
Breene, D. D. S. 



DENTAL SOCIETIES 

Iowa State Dental Society — Organized 1863. President, F. B. James, Wilton 
Junction; Vice-President H. E, Latcham. Jefferson; Secretary, C. M. Kennedy, Des 
Moines; Treasurer, Frank Fourt, Fairfield. 

Alumni Association of the College of Dentistry, State University of Iowa — 
President, John Voss, Iowa City; Secretary, R. R. DeKruif, Utica Building, Des 
Moines. 

Cedar Rapids Dental Society — President, H. E. Hanson; Secretary, C. A. De- 
Lano. 

Corning District Dental Society — President, L. W. Lewis, Shenandoah; Secre- 
tary, D. R. Dudley, Mt. Ayr; Treasurer, F. M. Kelsay, Villisca. 

Council Bluffs District Dental Society — President, Scott Covalt, Council Bluffs; 
Vice-President, E. C. Woodbury, Council Bluffs; Secretary -Treasurer, R. O. Wil- 
liams, Council Bluffs. 

Des Moines County Dental Society — President, G. W. Slingluff, Burlington; 
Secretary, R. V. Yant, Burlington. 



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Des Moines District Dental Society — President, J. B. Entrilien, Des Moines; 
Secretary, G. E. Markle, Des Moines. 

Dubuque District Dental Society — President, P. H. Sheridan, Dubuque; Sec- 
retary, C. L. Topliff, Decorah. 

E. K. Wedelstaedt Dental Club of Iowa — President, T. F. Cooke, Burlington; 
Secretary, Wm. Finn, Cedar Rapids. 

Fort Dodge District Dental Society — President, S. G. Barker, Jefferson; Sec- 
retary, D. E. Lyon, Jefferson; Treasurer, W. S. Allen, Jewell. 

Jefferson County Dental Society^President, C. A. McElderry, Fairfield. 

Mason City District Dental Society — President, G. E. Genung, Osage; Secre- 
tary, A. L. Miller, Charles City. 

North Iowa District Dental Society — President, S. L. Seeley, Waverly; Secre- 
tary, A. D. C. Clark, Charles City; Treasurer, A. L. Miller, Charles City. 

Northwestern District Dental Society — President R. J. Joynt, Lemars; Secre- 
tary, C. E. Westwood, Sioux City. 

Southeastern Iowa Dental Association — President, H. E. Hurst, Centerville; 
Secretary, M. J. Linderholm, Farmington; Treasurer, E. C. Bock, Fairfield. 

University District Dental Societ — President, J. J. Booth, Marion; Secretary, 
L. W. Butterfield, Cedar Rapids. 

Waterloo Dental Society — President, M. S. Cornish; Secretary, A. J. Mueller. 



DENTAL LAW OF IOWA 

CHAPTER 19-A 
BOARD OF DENTAL EXAMINERS AND PRACTICE OF DENTISTRY. 



Section 2600-a. Repeal. — That chapter nineten of title twelve of the code be 
and the same is hereby repealed, and the following- enacted in lieu thereof: (28 Q. 
A., eh. 91, Par. 1.) 

Sec. 2600-b. Board of Examiners — How Appointed — Term. — The Board of Dental 
Examiners shall consist of five practicing dentists, who shall have been engaged 
in the continuous practice of their profession in this state for the period of five 
years preceding their appointment, one of whom shall be appointed annually by the 
Governor, and hold office for the term of five years from and after the first day 
of August following his appointment, and until his successor is appointed. The 
Iowa State Dental Society shall, at the request of the Governor, submit a list of 
dentists of recognized ability, from which he may select the member of the board 
to be appointed. All vacancies occurring in the board shall be filled in like man- 
ner, and the appointee hold office for the unexpired term of his predecessor. All 
members of the present board shall continue in office under this act until the 
expiration of their respective term of office. (28 G. A., ch. 91, Par. 2.) 

Sec. 2600-c. Officers — Meeting — Quorum. — The board shall organize by selecting 
one of its members as president, and one as secretary and treasurer, and shall meet 
at least once each year, and at such other times as it may deem necessary, and 
at such place as it may select. A majority of the board shall constitute a quorum, 
and its meetings shall at all reasonable times be open to the public. (28 G. A., ch. 
91, Par. 3.) 

Sec. 2600-d. Examinations — License — Record Books — Fees. — The board shall at 
any regular meeting, and may at any special meeting, examine applicants for a 
shall issue such applicants as are found to be qualified a license authorizing them 
to practice dentistry. The license shall be signed by each member of the board, 
attested by the president and secretary, and have the seal of the board affixed 
thereto, and shall be presumptive evidence of the right of the holder to practice 
dentistry in the state. The name, age, nativity, location, number of years of prac- 
tice of the person to whom a license is given, the number of the license, and the 
date of the registration thereof shall be entered in a book kept in the ofl^ice of the 
secretary of the board, which shall be open to the inspection of the public, under 
proper restrictions as to its safe keeping and the number of the boolv and page 
containing such entries shall be noted on the face of the license. Each applicant 
for a license shall be a graduate of a reputable dental school, which is recognized 
as s:uch by the board of dental examiners, and pay to the board a fee of twenty 
dollars before a license is issued. (28 G. A., ch. 91, Par. 4.) 

Sec. 2600-e. Testimony — Rules and Regulations. — The board shall have au- 
thority to take testimony in relation to all matters within its jurisdiction, and 
the presiding ofRcer thereof, or of any committee appointed thereby, may issue 
subpoenas for, and administer oaths to witnesses called to testify before the board 




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or such committee; and it may make and adopt all necessary rules, regulations and 
by-laws not inconsistent with law necessary to enable it to perform the duties 
and transact the business authorized and required by this act. (28 G. A., ch. 91, 
Par. 5.) 

Sec. 2600-f. Treasurer to Give Bond. — The treasurer shall, on assuming the 
duties of oftice, file with the secretary of state, a good and sufficient bond in the 
penal sum of one thousand dollars, conditioned for the faithful discharge of his 
duties; and shall keep a full and accurate account of all moneys received by him 
under tlie provision of this Act, and pay out the same upon the written order of 
the president countersigned by the secretary. (28 G. A., ch. 91, Par. 6.) 

Sec. 2600-g. Compensation. — Each member of the board shall receive the sum 
of five dollars for each day he is actually engaged in the duties of his office, with 
the actual expenses incurred by him in the discharge of such duties, and the 
treasurer shall receive a salary not exceeding three hundred dollars per annum for 
hi.4 services as secretary and treasurer, which amounts shall be paid out of the 
fund received by tlie board under the provisions of tliis act, and from no other 
funds or sources. (28 G. A., ch 91, Par. 7.) 

Sec. 2600-h. Biennial Report — Auditing Committee. The board shall make a 
biennial report to tlie Governor of its proceedings, including a full and accurate 
account of all moneys received and disbursed and shall publish said report with 
a list of dentists licensed to practice in this state, and the president shall appoint 
an auditing committee consisting of three practicing dentists of the state who are 
not members of the board, whose duty it shall be to audit the account of the 
board annually, and make a full report thereof, which report shall accompany the 
biennial report made by the board to the Governor. Any sum of money, remain- 
ing after the payment of the compensation and expenses of the members of the 
board and the salary of the secretary and treasurer, shall be by the treasurer 
paid into the state treasury on or before the first day of May of each year. (31 
G. A., ch. 91, Par. 8.) 

Sec. 2600-i. License Filed "With Clerk of District Court — License Filed In 
Wrong County Office — Fee — Repealed. — (35 G. A., ch. 218, Par. 9; 32 G. A., ch. 114; 
31 G. A., ch. 116. Par. 3; 28 G. A., ch. 91, Par. 9.) 

Sec. 2600-j. Penalty — Repealed. — (35 G. A., ch. 218, Par. 9; 28 G. A., ch. 91, Par. 
10; See Par. 2600-08. Editor.) 

Sec. 2600-k. Who Not Eligible to Appointment on Board. No member of a 
dental college faculty, or no person connected therewith, shall be eligible to an 
appointment upon the State Board of Dental Examiners. (28 G. A., ch. 91, Par. 11.) 

Sec. 2600-1. Provisions as to Physicians, Dental Students and Registered 
Practitioners. — Nothing herein shall be construed to prevent physicians and sur- 
geons from extracting teeth in the practice of their profession, or to prevent bona 
fide students of dentistry, in the regular course of their instruction, from operating 
upon patients at clinics, or under the supervision and in the presence of their 
preceptors, but no fee or salary for such operations shall be received, either direct- 
ly or indirectly, by any such student of dentistry. And nothing herein shall be con- 
strued to prohibit the practice of dentistry in this state by any practitioner who 
has been duly registered in accordance with the laws of Iowa existing prior to 
the passage of this act; or any person who is a member of an incorporated society 
or community and practicing dentistry solely for and among the members of such 
communitv or incorporated society without charge or compensation. (28 G A ch 
91, Par. 12.) 

Sec. 2600-m. License for Practitioners From Other States — Fee. — The board 
of Dental Examiners may, without examination, issue license to practice to any 
dentist who shall have been in legal practice in some other state or territory for 
a period of at least five years, upon the certificate of the Board of Dental Ex- 
aminers or a like board of the State or Territory in which such dentist was a 
practitioner, certifying his competency and that he is of good moral character and 
"^1°"^, r'3-vment of twenty-flve dollars. Provided, however, that the State from 
which any practitioner may come shall have, and maintain equal standards of 
laws regulating the practice of dentistry and recognize exchange certificates issued 
^' S?„ oYa*! 2 ^^^PJ"®^^ °l the State of Iowa. (31 G. A., ch. 116, Par. 1^) 

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to that 

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be regarded as practicing dentistry within the meaning of this act who, for a fee 
salary or reward, paid directly or Indirectly, either to himself, or some other per- 
%^^J.jJl <^iagnose, or profess to diagnose, or treat, or profess to treat, anv of the 
diseases or lesions of the oral cavity._ teeth, gums, or maxillary bones, or who shall 
extract teeth, or prepare or fill cavities in the human teeth, correct malposition of 
teeth or aaws, or supply artificial teeth as substitutes for natural teeth or ad- 
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vided, however, that nothing in this act shall be so construed as to prevent regularly 
licensed physicians or surgeons from extracting teeth or treating any disease 
coming within the province of the practice of medicine or to prohibit bona, fida 
students of dentistry from operating upon patients at clinics in connection with 
their regular course of instruction in any reputable dental college. The opening of 
an office for the purpose of practicing dentistry, or announcing to the public in 
any way, of an intension to practice dentistry, or the use of any sign, card, circular, 
device or advertisements by any person as a dentist or a denatl surgeon, or per- 
son skilled in the science of dentistry, or who shall make examination with the 
intent of performing, or causing to be performed, any operation In the oral cavity, 
shall be considered prima facie evidence that such person is engaged in the practice 
of dentistry. (35 G. A., ch. 218, Par. 1.) 

Sec. 2600-O1. Posting of License and Names of Those Employed. — Every 
person who shall practice dentistry, either personally or as proprietor, employe, or 
assistant, shall keep his licesise in open view in his operating room; and if he owns, 
operates or controls a dental office, where anyone other than himself is practicing 
dentistry, he shall also cause to be displayed, and keep in a conspicuous place at 
the entrance of his place of business the name of each and every person employed 
by him in the practice of dentistry at that place. (35 G. A., ch. 218, Par. 2.) 

Sec. 2600-O2. Employment of Unlicensed Dentist — Laboratory Work. — It shall 
be unlawful for any person owning, or conducting a dental office where dental 
work of any kind is done, or contracted for, to employ, retain or permit any un- 
licensed dentist to practice dentistry in such dental office, contrary to the pro- 
visions of this Act, but nothing in this Act shall be construed to prevent a person 
not a licensed dentist from doing laboratory work. (35 G. A., ch. 218, Par. 3.) 

Sec. 2600-O3. Recording License — Forfeiture — Change of Residence — Record. — 
The license issued to any dentist by this State shall within six months after Its 
issue be filed for record with the clerk of the district court in the county where 
board of the sum of twenty-five dollars is penalty therefor; and should said licensed 
said licensed dentist desires to practice ^ientistry; and failure to so file such license 
for record within six months after its issue shall incur a forfeiture thereof, and 
said license shall not be restored by the board, except upon the payment to the 
dentist change his place of business to any other county within the State of Iowa, 
he shall, within three months, file his license for record with the clerk of the district 
court of such new residence and the clerk of the court shall be entitled in all 
Instances to a fee o£ fifty cents for recording such license. The clerk of the district 
court shall keep, as a part of the record, an alphabetical index, giving the names 
of the licensed dentists and a reference to the pages in the record wherein a copy 
of their licenses can be found. Upon the application of the State Board of Dental 
Examiners, the clerk of the district court shall furnish said board with information 
as to whether or not any party named has filed his license in said county, together 
with the date of said license, and the date of recording, which information shall be 
furnished without expense to the State Board of Dental Examiners. (35 G. A., ch. 
218, Par. 4.) 

Sec. 2600-04. Violation — Penalty. — It shall be unlawful for any person "to prac- 
tice dentistry in this State without having first complied with all the statutory 
provisions regulating the same, and any person who shall violate any of said statu- 
tory provisions shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction 
thereof, shall be punished by a fine of not less than fifty dollars, nor more than five 
hundred dollars, or by imprisonment in the county jail not more than sixty days, 
or by both such fine and imprisonment. (35 G. A., ch. 218, Par. 5.) 

Sec. 2600-05. Revocation for Cause — Notice — Procedure. — The State Board of 
Dental Examiners may, by a four-fifths vote of its members, revoke the license of 
any dentist in this State for any of the following causes: 

1. The presentation to the board of any diploma, license, or certificate, illegally 
or fraudulently obtained. 

2. The conviction of any felony involving moral turpitude, or chronic or 
persistent inebriacy, or addiction to the excessive use of narcotics, or if a person 
holding such license shall be guilty of grossly unprofessional conduct, or of mis- 
representation in his advertisements, whereby he deceives and defrauds the public. 

In all proceedings for the revocation of a license, the holder thereof shall be 
given thirty days' notice to prepare for a hearing, and he shall be heard In person, 
or by counsel, or by both. The president and the secretary of the State Board of 
Dental Examiners shall have the power to administer oaths in the hearing of all 
matters arising in the course of their duties in such trials, and the State Board of 
Dental Examiners may take such oral or written proof, for or against the com- 
plainant, as it may deem will best present the facts. In all cases of revocation, 
the holder may appeal to the Governor of the State within thirty days after such 
action by the State Board of Dental Examiners. (35 G. A., ch 218, Par. 6.) 

Sec. 2600-06. "Person" Defined. — That whenever the word "person" Is used In 
this Act, it shall be interpreted to mean corporation, association, company, person, 
or aggregation of persons, owning, operating, or controlling any room, or rooms, 
office or dental parlor . (35 G. A., ch. 218, Par. 7.) 

Sec. 2600-07. Enforcement — Duty of the County Attorney. — It shall be the duty 
of several county attorneys throughout the State to enforce the provisions of this 
Act, and to prosecute those guilty of its violation. (35 G. A., ch. 218, Par. 8.) 

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.«ec. 2600-08. Repeal. — That section twenty-six hundred-i and twenty-six hun- 
dred-j of tlie supplement of this code, 1907, and all other Acts and parts of this 
Act inconsistent herewith are hereby repealed (35 G. A., ch. 21S, Par. 9.) 

Sec. 170-d. Fees— When Deposited. That section one hundred seventy-d of the 
supjilement to the code, 1907, be and the same is hereby repealed and the following 
enacted in lieu thereof: 

"That all officers of State elective or appointive, all boards, commissions and 
depaitments, except the department of agriculture, shall tuin into the State 
ti-easurv or bank or depositary to the credit of the State treasurer, as designated 
by tlie State treasurer, not later than the third day succeeding the collection thereof, 
ninety per cent of all fees, commissions and moneys collected or received with an 
itemized statement of sources fi-om which received and the fund to be credited; 
and t^hall also file with the auditor of State a duplicate of such statement. The 
balance actually collected in cash remaining in the hands of any officer, board, or 
department, shall not exceed the sum of five thousand dollars and no money collected 
shall be held more than thirty days." (35 G. A., ch. 18, Par. 1; 30 G. A., ch. 7, 
Par. 1) 

Sec. 170-e. Statement of Per Diem and Expenses to be Filed. — That all mem- 
bers of boards, commissions or departments of State, and all State officers, who are 
authorized to contract expense accounts in the service of the State, and all who 
are allowed a per diem for services, instead of a fixed compensation, shall, on or 
before the end of each month, file with the secretary of the executive council an 
itemized and sworn statement of all expenses and days services, with dates and 
amounts for the' preceding calendar month. (30 G. A., ch. 7, Par. 2.) , 

Sec. 170-f. Approval — How Paid. — That the executive council shall examine all 
statements referred to in section two of this Act that shall have been filed with the 
secretary of the co*uncil, and for all items of per diem and expenses approved and 
amounts allowed by a majority of said council the auditor of State shall draw war- 
ranti= payable by the treasurer of State out of such funds as are now or may here- 
after be provided by law. The treasurer of State and auditor of State shall each 
keep an account of the moneys paid in under the provisions of this Act and where 
the law now provides, or may hereafter provide that the amounts allowed for per 
diem and expenses shall be limited to or paid from fees collected, the auditors 
warrant shall be drawn against the funds realized from such fees and shall not 
exceed the amount thereof. (30 G. A., ch. 7, Par. 3.) 



LIST OF DEZNTISTS 

ARRANGED ALPHABETICALLY BY POSTOFFICES. 

SYM BOUS: 

*No report receiTed. tMem.State Dental Assn. HRegistered. gMem. District Dental Society. 

The Postoffice address is shown in DISPLAY TYPE, the name of the county In which it is located 
Immediately follows, and then thb population of the place. The names of Dentists appear under the 
postoffice name, the first number (the key to-which will be found on pagres 41 to 48) indicates tbe 
collegre of graduation, and the last number the year in which diploma w^as granted. 



ACKLEY, Hardin. 1,244 

Probasco Roy L, 185, 1902 
Rath Robert C, 152, 1903 



ADAIR, Adair. 90O 

Hubbard Boydft 



ADEIi, Dallas. 1,289 

Frush Roy C, 187, 1903 

WITMER E ARTHUR, Ph B, Grinnell 
Coll, 1898; D D S, Des Moines Coll 
of Dental Surgery, Des Moines, Iowa, 
Now Affiliated with State Univ of 
Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa, 1903; Mem 
Iowa State Dental Soc and National 
Dental Assn; Witmer Bldg 



AFTON, Union. 1,014 

Phillips Walter J, 321, 1886 
Stryker Clarence A, 185, 1905 



AINSWORTH, Washington. 400 

Spessard Edward W, 158, 1900 



AKRON, Plymoutli. 1,130 

Conger L J, 216, 1898 
Wooten George H, 239, 1896 



ALBIA, Monroe. 4,469 

Craig Thomas D, 158, 1908 

Fowling James WH 

Gantz Henry HH 

Ott L Tf 

Scott A EU 

Tobey Russell R, 152, 1903. 

Wray James W, 185, 1910 



ALDEN, Hardin. 698 

Hurst Thomas H, 185, 1905 



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ALGONA, Kossuth. 2,908 

Baker Lyle G, 185, 1910 
Devereaux Harry C, 152, 1897 
Kain Wm E, 185, 1902 
Rist Alfred L, 185, 1888 
Tessman Edmund C, 271, 1909 


AUDUBON, Andnbon. 1,928 

Donaldson John Kjl 
McLeran Charles S, 272, 1898 
Wood Carrie BrooksH 


AURELIA, CherolEee. 625 

Moulton Winfred, 185, 1912 


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AliliERTON, Wayne. 862 

Read Wm M, 185, 1898 


AVOCA, Pottawattamie. 1,520 

Pomeroy Loren M, 152, 1903 


ALTA, Bnena Vista. 959 

Sangston Clarence F, 185, 1910 


Read Charles H, 158, 1900 


BANCROFT, Kossuth. 830 


ALTON, Sioux. 1,046 

Warren Forrest E, 189, 1912 


Sowers James H, 185, 1912 


BATAVIA, Jefferson. 560 


AMES, Story. 4,223 

Baldus Edward L, 250, 1915 
Beam Frank N, 185, 1898 
Feldm^n Roscoe D, 185, 1915 


Byers Robert E, 185, 1902 


BATTLE CREEK, Ida. 527 

Ball James W, 185, 1892 


Kelso Harry, 185, 1892t 

Pittman E WH 

Rice Thomas L, 158, 1905 


BAXTER, Jasper. 527 

Spooner Harry A, 189, 1912 


Snyder George J|[ 

Tilden Julius P, 185, 1900 

Waters F H 158 1901 


BAYARD, Guthrie. 539 

Munger Francis E, 185, 1902 






AN AMOS A, Jones. 2,983 

Erb Benjamin F, 300, 1899 
Erb Benjamin H, 185, 1904 
Newman Dwight W, 185, 1916 


Bates Norman J, 187, 190311 
Manker George F, 264, 1896t 
Paschal Karl B, 158, 1905 


Wilkinson G R, 185, 1908 -- 


BELLE PLAINE, Benton. 3,121 

Brewer George CH 
Collins Francis B, 152, 1900 
Grauel George W* 
Hancock Robert Ljl 


ANITA, Cass. 1,118 

Eller Lloyd R, 152, 1905 
Fish Walter E, 185, 1891 


ANKENY, Polk. 550 

Knott R GH 


BELLEVUE, Jackson. 1,776 

Ebersole Frank B, 185, 1913 
Gibbon Edward A, 158, 1899 




ANTHON, Woodbury 

McBeath Wm, 265, 1896 


BELMOND, W^rigrht. 1,224 

Goodsell E H, 152, 1896 


ARLINGTON, Fayette. 700 


Gowdy H L, 158, 1905 


Duwe Harry B, 185, 1914 


BERLIN, Tama. 100 


ARMSTRONG, Emmet. 586 


Bronsen AM* 


McDowell Carr E, 185, 1908 

ASHTON, Osceola. 518 


BIRMINGHAM, Van Buren. 572 

Samson Wm R, 158, 1905 


Gallagher P J, 158, 1889 


BLAIRSTOWIV, Benton. 632 


ATLANTIC, Cass. 4,560 


Schoen Joseph FH 


Allander C C* 
Hammer Wm U, 185, 1901 
Heers Walter C, 185, 1910 
Hupp T EdwardU 
Ralston J T, 300, 1897 
Williams Harry KH 


BLANCHARD, Page. 408 

Baird Oliver E, 185, 1913 


BLOCKTON, Taylor. 648 

Thomas Frank E, 322, 1897 




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BLOOMFIELD, Davis. 2.028 

Gary Floydfl 

Ford Albert M, 158, 1897 
Gauner Archie W, 186. 1904 
Hirt Oscar E, 185, 1913^ 
Pittman Lawson LH 



bode:, Humboldt. 450 

■Qiially Peter W, 185, 1914 



BOXAPARTB, Van Buren. 597 

Percival Charles S, 185, 1888 



BOONE, Boone. 10,347 

Allender Roland B, 185, 1910 
Anderson Walter I, 185, 1912 
Crum A E, 154, 1892 
Ganoe Oren E, 158, 1899 
Hoffman Fred W, 185, 1915 
Jones Harry C, 185, 1897 
King Clarion A, 187, 1905 
Knapp John M* 
McCrea Harry C, 185, 1892 
Rhoads Charles A, 152, 1901 



BRANDON, Bncbanan. 349 

Kepford J C, 185, 1903 



BRIGHTON, Washington. 

Irwin J N, 185, 1904 



776 



BRITT, Hancock. 1,303 

Braley Ernest E, 152, 1900t 

Heacox Francis Eugene, 158, 1898 



BROOKLYN, Poweshiek. 1,233 

Anger A E, 185, 1888t 
Niswander Charles H, 158, 1902 



BUFFALO CENTER, Winnebago. 

Grothaus Tjode C, 185, 1914 



1,000 



BURLINGTON, Des Moines. 24,324 

Baird Wm H, 185, 1883, 3221/2 N 4th 
Cartwright Charles H,1I 511 Iowa State 

Bank bldg 
CHAPMAN WM H, D D S, Chicago 

Coll of Dental Surgery, Chicago, 111, 

1904; Mem Iowa State Dental Soc; 

Tel 2181-R 1; Iowa State Savings 

Bank Bldg 
Cochran Richard L, 262, 1873, 306 

Washington 
Cooke Thomas F, 250, 1897.1ft Parsons 

blk 
Dana Amos Winship, 152, 1892, 806 

Iowa State Bank bldg 
Gladson Robert E, 186, 1903, 312V2 

Jefferson 



Glantz Ida M, 186, 1908, 403 Iowa State 
Bank bldg 

Hall Lincoln C, 185, 1891, 210y2 Jeffer- 
son 

Kaufer John A, 152, 1899, 44-46 Par- 
sons blk 

Kern Fred J, 300, 1899, 303 German- 
Am Bank bldg 

Kratz Wm F, 158, 1900, 41 Parsons blk 

Leak K S, 176, 1907, 2061/2 Jefferson 

Little John J, 185, 1887, 41 Parsons blk 

MADISON HERBERT L, D D S, Ohio 
Coll of Dental Surgery, Cincinnati 
O. 1889; Mem Iowa State Dental 
Assn, S E Iowa and Des Moines Co 
Dental Socs; Office Hours 9 to 12 a 
m and 2 to 5 p m, Iowa State Sav- 
ings Bank Bldg 

Marquardt Herbert A, 152, 1915, 311 
Iowa State Bank bldg 

Naumann Lawrence A, 262, 1890, 2131/2 
Jefferson 

NAUMANN PHILIP C JR, D D S, 
State Univ of Iowa Coll of Dentis- 
try, Iowa City, Iowa, 1912; Mem 
Iowa State Dental Soc, Alumni Assn 
Coll of Dentistry, State Univ of 
Iowa and Natl Dental Assn; Hours 
9 a m to 12 m and 2 to 4 p m; Tel 
156-R 1; 3201/2 N 4th 

Nicholas Jolin R,1f 503% Jefferson 

Rizer Gustavus E, 185, 1897, 404 Ger- 
man-Am Bank bldg 

Roe Fred A, 185, 1896, 710 Iowa State 
Bank bldg 

SLINGLUFF GEORGE W, D D S, Chi- 
cago Coll of Dental Surgery, Chica- 
go, 111, 1900; Ex-Pres and Ex-Treas 
Iowa State Dental Soc; Mem Na- 
tional Dental Assn, Chicago (111), 
Southeastern Dist and Des Moines 
Co Dental Socs; Ex-Com Panama- 
Pacific Dental Congress; 605-607 
Iowa State Savings Bank bldg 

Smith Edward W, 186, 1907, 313y2 Jef- 
ferson 

Snyder Elmer S, 300, 1899,11 48 Par- 
sons blk 

Stevens Herbert H, 158, 1897, 406i^ 
Joffcrson 

Thode G Eugene, 185, 1902, 504 Iowa 
State Bank bldg 

Yant Roscoe V, 176, 1908, 409 Iowa 
State Bank bldg 



BURT, Kossnth. 

Pratt D W, 158. 1896 



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BUVTON, Monroe. 3,000 

Godshall Oliver, 271, 1905 
Willis L E* 



CALMAR, Winneshiek. 849 

Conover James F, 158, 1903t 



CAMBRIDGE, Story. 696 

Houser David G, 185, 1901 
Carpenter George Ajf 



CANTRIL,, Van Buren. 445 

Carpenter M M, 186, 1905 



CARROLL, Carroll. 3,546 

Dress Lambert J, 152, 1908 
Hillemeyer P H, 152, 1900 
Humphrey Wm, 185, 1889 



CARSON, Pottawattamie. 640 

Ralston S C, 272, 1905 



CASCADE, Dubuque. 1,268 

Clarke Thomas P, 271, 1909 
Shelby John A, 186, 1904 



CASEY, Guthrie. 629 

Standard C Dfl 



CASTANA, Monona. 441 

Greenfield Stanley C, 185, 1916 



CEDAR FALLS, Black Hawk. 5,012 

Jensen James, 158, 1901 
Keene Thomas B1It§ 
Mentzer Charles J, 185. 1899t§ 
Miller Carl B, 185, 1892 
Parish Jessie, 185, 1915 
Parish John T H, 185, 1909 
Waterman Glen B, 163, 1906 
Wiler Wesley D, 185, 1904t§ 



CEDAR RAPIDS, Linn. 32,811 

Andrle Pearl M, 185, 1913, Viktor blk 

Barnaby Walter J, 300, 1901 

Beeman Clarence E, 185, 1903, 32 Kim- 
ball bldg 

Benesh Frank B, 185, 1915, 310 Mason- 
ic Temple 

BOOTH CHARLES NORMAN, DOS 
American Coll of Dental Surgery, 
Chicago, 111, 1895; Alumnus North- 
western Univ Dental School, Chica- 
go, 111, 1896; Former Pres Univ Dist 
Dental Soc; Former President Iowa 
Dental and Cedar Rapids Dental 
Soc; Mem Iowa State Dental Soc 
and E K Wedelstaedt Dental Club 
of Iowa; 519 Cedar Rapids Savings 
Bank Bldg 



BROTHERTON SAMUEL S, D D S, 

Univ of Maryland Dental Dept, Bal- 
timore, Md, 1891; Mem Iowa State, 
Univ Dist and Cedar Rapids Dental 
Socs; 632 Cedar Rapids Savings 
Bank Bldg 
Brunson Edward T,1I 95 3d av W 
Butterfield L Watson, 135, 1910, 36 

■ Kimball bldg 
CALDER J HERBERT, DOS, North- 
western Univ Dental School, 1!nica- 
go. 111, 1899; Ex-Pres Univ Dist Den- 
tal Soc; Mem National Dental Assn. 
Iowa State and Cedar Rapids Dental 
Socs and Eta Chapter Delta Sigma 
Delta Fraternity; 219 Cedar Papids 
Savings Bank Bldg 
Check Frank J, 185, 1907, 212 Granby 

bldg 
Check Ida Mae, 185, 1913, 212 Granbv 

bldg 
DELANO COURTLAND A, D D S, 
State Univ of Iowa Coll of Dentis- 
try, Iowa City, la, 1903; Specialty, 
Preventive Dentistry and Orthodon- 
tia; 408 2d av 
FINN WM, D D S, Indiana Dental Coll 
Indianapolis, Ind, 1889; Ex-Pres 
Iowa State Dental Soc; Ex-Pres 
Northern Iowa Dental Soc; Sec and 
Treas E K Wedelstaedt Dental Club 
of Iowa; Mem Univ Dist and Cedar 
Rapids Dental Socs; Corresponding 
Mem St Louis Soc of Dental Science; 
Room 301 Cedar Rapids Savings 
Bank Bldg 
Griffin Truman A, 320, 1900, 305 Amer- 
ican Trust bldg 
Hanson H E, 152, 1910, 122 3d av W 
Harmon George D,* Hubbard bldg 
Harmon James B, 152, 1904, Hub- 
bard bldg 
Hasek Alois M, 185, 1900, 107 2d av 
Hasek Frank V, 185, 1904, 107 2d av 
Hasek Vaclav O, 185. 1897, 107 2d av 
Huber Charles F, 185, 1914, 601 Ameri- 
can Trust bldg 
Lehman Cyril Verne. 250, 1916 
LOOM IS MILO B, D D S, Northwest- 
ern Univ Dental School, Chicago. Ill, 
1914; Mem Iowa State Dental Soc; 
Hours 9 a m to 12 m. 1:30 to 5:80 
p m; Tel 279; 1508 1st av 
McClelland Freeman, 185, 1898, 323 

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McGowan John S, 158, 1901, 303 Mullin 
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McGuire James W, 185, 1909, 805 Se- 
curity Savings Bank bldg 

McKeeby Byron H, 185, 1894, 301 Ced- 
ar Rapids Savings Bank bldg 

Maresh Reginald, 185, 1904, 104 3d av 
West 

MILLER FRANKLIN E, D D S, State 
Univ of Iowa, Coll of Dentistry, 
Iowa City, la, 1894; Mem Natl Den- 
tal Assn, The Univ Dist Dental See, 
The Dental Alumni Assn of S U 1, 
Iowa State, University Dist and Ce- 
dar Rapids Dental Socs and Epsilon 
Chapter Xi Psi Phi Dental Frater- 
nity; Suite 7 Kimball Bldg 

Moore Rollo H, 185, 1915, 501 C R Sav 
Bank bldg 

Moravec Arthur J, 185, 1906, 201 Mul- 
lin bldg 

Moravec Edward L, 185, 1907, Security 
Savings Bank bldg 

Naibert Wencil Frank, 185, 1901, 222 
Granby bldg 

North Gustavus. 217, 1882, 115 S 2d 

Patterson Wm D, 321, 1879, Water- 
house blk 

Rugh Fred W, 185, 1905, 705 Security 
bldg 

Soukup Joseph E, 158, 1905, 318 3d av 

Staves Howard, H 27 Kimball bldg 

Suthers Wilfie A, 185, 1902, 504 Amer- 
ican Trust bldg 

Switzer Frank D, 186, 1908, 7- Hubbard 
bldg 

Teege Harry, 185, 1908, 222 G R Sav- 
ings Bank bldg 

Vane Lumir F, 185, 1907, 220 Grandy 
bldg 

WHELPLEY CHARLES B, D D S, 
Univ of Maryland (Dental Dept) , Bal- 
timore, Md, 1890; Mem Iowa State, 
Univ Dist and Cedar Rapids Dental 
Socs; 408 2d av 

Zeithammel Edward W, 185, 1909, 318 
3d av 



CENTER POINT, Linn. 802 

Ringnell Ernest B* 



CEXTERVILiLE, Appanoose. 

Blachley Carl W, 187, 1902 
Blachley H WJI 
Davis Lloyd, 264, 1899 
Hurst H Emerson, 186, 1902 
Smith David F, 185, 1888 
Thompson James I, 185, 1894 



6,936 



CENTRAL CITY, Linn. 558 

McLeod E AJI 

Wells Frank M, 152 ,190211 



CHARITON, Lncas. 3,704 

Anderson W L, 175, 1901 
Greeno J FU 
Perry Percy T, 152, 1901 
Stote Frederick C, 264, 1906 
Sutton Harry B, 185, 1898 



CHARLES CITY, Floyd. 6,802 

Bailey Edgar, 185, 190311 
Clack Adelbert D, 158, 1900 
Clark Floyd C, 185, 190311 
Eshelman Charles D, 341, 1892 
Miller Alvin L, 185, 1910 
Palmer Charles M, 264, 1895 
Retry John, 158, 1901t 
VonBerg George WHt 



CHARTER OAK, Crawford. 734 

Shumway Herbert G 158, 1904 



CHEROKEE, Cherolsee. 3,908 

Avery George E, 320, 1908 

ESHLEMAN GEORGE W, D °D S, 

State Univ of Iowa, Coll of Dentis- 
try, Iowa City, Iowa, 1896; Clinical 
Demonstrator at Same, 1896-97; 
Mem Iowa State Dental Soc and Natl 
Dental Assn; Hours 9 a m to 12 m 
and 1 to 5 p m; Tels Office 30, Res 
156; Brummer Blk 

Pitman H A, 112, 1908 

Rice James K, 185, 1898 

SIPLE ROY C, D D S, State Univ of 
Iowa Coll of Dentistry, Iowa City, 
Iowa, 1914; Mem Iowa State Dental 
Soc and National Dental Assn; 
Hours 9 a m to 12 and 1 to 5 p m; 
Tel 30; Rooms 1-2-3 Brummer Blk; 
E Main; Res Tel 113 

Webber Phoebe JH 



CHESTER, Haword. 266 

Freemire F Nil 



CHVRDAN, Greene. 667 

Ruge Wm A, 185, 1910 



CINCINNATI, Appanoose. 1,355 

Hargls N C, 186, 1908 



CLARENCE, Cedar. 662 

Hageman George W, 185, 1909 



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CLARINDA, Page. 3,S32 

Brown John PU 
Drake Don D, 158, 1907 
Eller Clyde B, 275, 1909 
Harrison Edward R, 262, 1903!! 



CLARION, Wright. 2,605 

Roosevelt Theodore T, 185, 1907 
Thornley F S, 187, 1901 



CLARKESVILLE, 

Dorman C L1[ 
Fields Harry* 



Butler. 2,065 



CLEARFIELD, Taylor. 625 

SWAN C J, D D S, State Univ of Iowa 
Coll of Dentistry, Iowa City, la, 
1903; Mem Iowa State and Corning 
Dist Dental Socs and National Den- 
tal Assn; Hours 8 a m to 12 m and 
1 to 5 p m 



CLEAR LAKE, Cerro Gordo. 2,014 

Joslyn A A, 185, 1912 
Schlanbusch Orville E, 185, 1912 



CLERMONT, Fayette. 

Berry George M, 158, 1896 



510 



CLINTON, Clinton. 25,577 

Craven John G, 187, 1906, 21iy2 5th av 
Dingwell Andrew, 185, 1890, 307 Wil- 
son bldg 
Ferstenberg Wm F, 152, 1902, 208 

Howes blk 
Fischer Herman P, 152, 1892, P O blk 

(L) 
Gabriel Will M, 152, 1899, Howes blk 
Gerche John C, 189, 1913, 400 2d 
Henle Mathias F, 185, 1898, 1-2 Buell 

blk (Lyons) 
Herrity Thomas H, 185, 1916 
Hopkins Albert F, 322, 1867,^ 225 5th 
Molt Theodore F, 152, 1886, 245 5th av 
Mullett Eugene R,1It 214 5th av 
PORT CHARLES F, D D S, Chicago 
Coll of Dental Surgery, Chicago, 111, 
1903; Pres Clinton Co Dental Soc; 
Mem Iowa State Dental Soc; Hours 
8 a m to 12 m and 1 to 5 p m; Both 
Tels; Howes Blk 
Rathbun Robert S,!! 227 5th av 
Ricketts Byron A,ll 212 5th av 

SUGG RUSH, D D S, Chicago Coll of 
Dental Surgery, Chicago, 111, 
1907; Special Attention to Pyorrhea 
and Roentgenology; Hours 8 a m to 



BODEE LABORATORY 

ESTABLISHED 1892 

15 W. 44th St., NEW YORK CITY 



12 m and 1 to 6 p m; Automatic and 
Bell Tels; 408 Howes Blk 
Tiesse Fred jr, 185, 1910, 523 Main (L) 
Topping D L, 185, 1911, Langau blk 
WILLIAMSON GEORGE BERTRAM, 
.DOS, Chicago Coll of Dental Sur- 
gery Chicago, 111, 1899; Mem Iowa 
State Dental Soc and National Den- 
tal Assn; 201 Wilson Bldg 
Wurster George P, 239, 1894, 518 2d 



COGGON, 

Haines C EtI 



Linn. 471 



COIN, Page. 591 

Gable John C, 185, 1898 



COLESBtJRG, Delaware. 271 

Jacobs C H, 185, 1892t 



COLFAX, Jasper. 2,524 

Blake Frank Gfl 

Cain Walter PU 

McGruder Francis M, 185, 1910 



COLLEGE SPRINGS, Page. 626 

Wyckoff C D, 185, 190311 



COLLINS, Story. 521 

Robertson R C, 187, 1905 



COLUMBUS JUNCTION, Louisa. 1,185 

Hubbard John W, 185, 1890 
Shahan Leslie E, 185, 1911 
Woodruff Levi G, 158, 1897 



CONRAD, Grundy. 549 

Brock Burtis C, 322, 1896 



COON RAPIDS, Carroll. 1,084 

Danes L R, 264, 1902 
Leonard J A, 185, 1888 



CORNING, Adams. 1,702 

Latimer Milo B, 275, 1909 
Lyons George E, 163, 1907 
Scranton Frank Hlf 



CORRECTIONVILLE, \%'^oodbury. 89* 

Chitty Clyde E, 185, 1913 
Kuster Samuel, 152, 1900 



CORWITH, Hancock. 

Stull C C, 158, 1899 



455 



CORYDON, Wayne. 1,669 

Merrick Ralph E, 185, 1913 
Silvernail Philip D, 158. 1896 
Wardner L E, 186, 1903 



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COUNCIL BLUFFS. Potta^vattamle. 

40,657 

Bauman Arthur J, 158, 1916, 311 City 

Natl Bank bldg 
Boyne Harry N,* 303 Sapp bldg 
Brandt Carl R, 158, 1902, 311 City 

Natl Bank bldg 
Brown George C, 320, 1879, 241 Mer- 

riam blk 
Covalt Scott, 158, 1905, 310 City Natl 

Bank bldg 
Cutler Wm A, 185, 1913, 53 Baldwin 

blk 
Deetken Julius C, 185, 1898, 202 City 

Natl Bank bldg 
Gibbs B Frank,* 203 City Natl Bank 

bldg 
Hamilton Gail W, 158, 1900, 403 Sapp 

bldg 
Jefferis Charles H, 152, 1898,t 202 

Merriam blk 
Johnson Charles J,1I 56 Co B Savings 

Bank bldg 
McCall Stewart W, 275, 1907, 40 Co 

B Savings Bank bldg 
Mudge Alden O.H 338 W Broadway 
Boston Leon Le Roy, 185, 1896, 123 

Reed Glen F, 185, 1908, 210 City Natl 

Bank bldg 
Roe Leroy E, 185, 1888, 306 Merriam 

blk 
West Howard S, 239, 1881, 67 Co B 

Savings Bank bldg 
Williams Ray O, 185, 1899, t 206 Sapp 

blk 
Woodbury Charles E, 229, 1897,t 306 

City Natl Bank bldg 
Woodbury Herbert A, 239, 1880, 305 

Sapp bldg 



CRAWFORDSVILLEI, Washlneton. 

Harrison Rollin, 185, 1912 



350 



m 



CRESCO, Howard. 2,658 

Allen Edward H, 152, 190311 
Clemmer John J, 158, 1903 
Damon E R, 185, 1906 
Fuelling J C* 



CRESTON, Union. 6,924 

Cretors C Roland, 152, 1901 
Davis F M, 185, 1916 
Herron John CU 
Malony John H, 158, 1900 
Rivenburg Leon D, 185, 1916 
Stever Mortimer F, 239, 1890 
Stiles Leslie E, 239, 1906 



CUMBERLAND, CaM, 662 

Rogers Frederick H, 185, 1911 



DALLAS CENTER, Dallas 769 

Kellogg Arthur VH 



DANBURY, Woodbury. 558 

Richards Walter H, 158, 1906 



DAVENPORT, Scott. 55,796 

Adams Milton J,1I 337 Masonic Temple 
BAKER CHARLES R, D D S, Univ of 
Penna, Dental Dept, Philadelphia, 
Pa, 1883; Pres Davenport Dist and 
Tri City Dental Soc; Mem National 
Dental Assn and Iowa State Dental 
Soc; 200-201 Whitaker Blk 
Black Aury T, 185, 1905, lllVa B 3d 
Braun Hugo A, 185, 1892, 3291/2 W 3d 
Carroll Edmund H, 152, 1915, 204 

Whitaker bldg 
Carroll Wm D, 152, 1902, 204 Whitaker 

bldg 
Case Milnor W, 185, 1915, 502 Security 

bldg 
Case Roy A, 158, 1897, 104^ W 2d 
Connell Grattan D, 152, 1905, 501 Put- 
nam bldg 
Desmond Leonard M, 134, 1914, 57 Dav 

Savings Bank bldg 
Dessaint Louis R, 158, 1900, 2 Lane 

bldg 
Dodds Logan, 186, 1907, 1021/2 W 2d 
Doran Ollie D, 303, 1896, 403 Putnam 

bldg 
Evans Samuel J, 185, 1894,11 305 S 

Putnam bldg 
Guenther Herbert J, 185, 1915, 1525 

Washington 
Hayes J B, 300, 1893, 1021/2 W 2d 
Huston Carl F, 189, 1910, 212i^ W 2d 
JAMES FRANK B, D D S, State Univ 
of Iowa, Coll of Dentistry, Iowa City, 
la, 1897; Formerly Instructor in 
Same; Grad Internatl School of Or- 
thodontia; Pres Iowa State Dental 
Soc; Mem National Dental Assn; 
Ex-Pres Alumni Assn Coll of Dent- 
istry State Univ of Iowa; Specialty 
Orthodontia; Suite 412, Central 
Office Bldg 
Jones Blanche A, 185, 1916, 304 Cen- 
tral Office bldg 
Kelly Charles H, 185, 1909, 205 S Put- 
nam bldg 
Kelly Merritt J, 175, 1884, 205 S Put- 
nam bldg 



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DAVENPORT — Cont'd 

Kerrigan James A, 152, 1905, 407 Put- 
nam bldg 

Leigh Charles L, 185, 1906, 204 S Put- 
nam bldg 

Letts Howard L,1I 53 Dav Savings 
Bank bldg 

Littig Henry A, 320, 1889, 1041/2 E 3d 

Lyon Wm W,1I 404% Brady 

McCandless Arch W, 320, 1882, 502 
Security bldg 

McCandless Charles R, 185, 1890, 55 
Dav Savings Bank bldg 

McCormick Charles V, 217, 1909,t 304 
Security bldg 

McGarvey Loveless E, 185, 1899, 331 
Masonic Temple 

McKee John W, 185, 1898, 412 Central 
Office bldg 

Moravek Wm F, 185, 1909, 311 Cen- 
tral Office bldg 

Morgan James B, 322, 1868, 501 Se- 
curity bldg 

Murray Charles A, 158, 1900, 45 Dav 
Savings Bank bldg 

Oberman B E,* 505 Security bldg 

Pape Herman G, 152, 1891, 403 Se- 
curity bldg 

Parmele F M.H 538 College av 

Schmidt Alfred L, 158, 1899, 115 E 3d 

Sebolt Wm A, 152, 1898, 55 Schmidt 
bldg 

Smith Charles W, 158, 1901, 34 Schmidt 
bldg 

Stephens Charles M, 187, 1905, 22 1st 
Natl Bank bldg 

Sutphin Elmer E, 239, 1895, 411 Cen- 
tral Office bldg 

Voreck John S, 185, 1910, 203 Whita- 
ker bldg 

Watros Roy A, 185, 1904, 2171/2 Brady 

Williams E Everett, 152, 1890, 202 
Security bldg 

Wrixon Albert E, 158, 1897, 617 W 8th 



DAYTON, Webster. 717 

Anderson Mannie F, 185, 1892 
Reed A N* 



DECORAH, Wlnnesbiek. 3,592 

Anderson Alexander G, 158, 1900 

Boe Ole* 

Conover Fred W, 322, 1890 

HUTCHINSON THOMAS C, D D S, 
Philadelphia Dental Coll and Gar- 
retson Hosp of Oral Surgery, Phila, 
Pa, 1892; Mem Iowa State Dental 



Soc and Natl Dental Assn; Inventor 
of the Hutchinson Wax Moulding 
Plates 
Topliff Charles- L, 322, 1888t 

Toye Wm R, 154, 189411 



DELHI, Delaware. 375 

Mason Wmjf 



DELMAR, Clinton. 648 

Wilson G WH 



DELTA, Keokuk. 728 

Rice Wm Jlf 



DENISON, Crawford. 3,133 

McConaughey Ralph O* 
Robinson Joseph C, 158, 1897 



DERBY, Lucas. 326 

Throckmorton R Frederick, 156, 189511 



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DES MOINES, Polk. 111,465 

Akers Loran P, 158, 1899, 315 K P blk 

Atkins A Paul,* 3614i^ 6th av 

Baker Ralph K, 152, 1903, 204 Century 
bldg 

Ball Elmer H, 185, 1892, 925 Fleming 
bldg 

Bent C A,tf 402 Teachout bldg 

Berkey Neal CH 212 Century bldg 

Bradner Fred C, 152, 1896, 218 Flynn 
bldg 

Cameron Wm J, 185, 1901, 612 Hippee 
bldg 

Carey Frank P,* 704% Walnut 

Carper Robert G, 189, 1913, 206 Utica 
bldg 

Chapman Claude E, 300, 1912, 318 
Flynn bldg 

Charters Wm J, 152, 1898t, 319 Hip- 
pee bldg 

Conner Robert S, 321, 1895, 412 Utica 
bldg 

Cornell Donald D, 300, 1891, 519 Citi- 
zens Natl Bank bldg 

Cory Frank M, 187, 1905, 2401 Uni- 
versity av 

Cory Harry H, 187, 1904, 2401 Univ av 

Darling Loren M, 154, 1892, 400 Flem- 
ing bldg 

DeFord Jessie R, 185, 1887, 618 Flynn 
bldg 

DeFord Wm H, 217, 1882, 618 Flynn 
bldg 

DeKruif Roy R, 185, 1909, 413 Utica 
bldg 

Dwight John F, 189, 1913, 614 Hippee 
bldg 



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Dwfght John H, 251, 1885, t 403 Flem- 
ing bldg 

ELMQUIST HJALMAR A, D D S, Colo- 
rado Coll of Dental Surgery, Denver, 
Colo, 1900; Dental Surg Iowa Luth- 
eran Hosp; Mem National Dental 
Assn, Iowa State Dental Soc and G 
V Black Club of Des Moines; Speci- 
alty Pyorrhea and Prophylaxis; 
Hours 9 a m to 5 p m; Tel Walnut 
1880; 603 Fleming Bldg 

Entrikin Joseph B, 320, 1884,t 404 
Equitable bldg 

Fairall John A, 185, 1900,t 500 Flem- 
ing bldg 

Foster Irving W, 189, 1911, 225 Flynn 
bldg 

Freeh Raymond E, 187, 1905, 310 2d 

Goodenough Geo D, 185, 1900, 226~K P 
blk 

Grimm Richard C, 185, 1895, 1803 
Pleasant 

Gruenfeld Julius, II 621 Walnut 

Haas Alfred L, 152, 1894, 306 Utica 
bldg 

Hallett James A 187, 1898, 506 Flem- 
ing bldg 

Hanson Nelson W,1I 303 Good blk 

Harmon Charles H,^ 5051/2 Walnut 

HARNED CALVIN W, M D, D D S, 
State Univ of Iowa, Coll of Dentis- 
try, Iowa City, la, 1903; State Univ 
of Iowa Coll of Med, Iowa City, la, 
1906; Mem Am Med Assn, Am Con- 
gress of Surgeons, la State, Polk 
Co, Tri-State and Des Moines Valley 
Med Socs; Oral Surgeon Iowa Chil- 
dren's Home; Practice Limited to 
Disease and Surgery Head and 
Neck; 900 S & L Bldg cor 5th and 
Walnut 

Hai-rod Wm A, 354, 1900, 515 Hippee 
bldg 

Henshaw Charles H, 189, 1913, 315 K 
P blk 

Holmqulst David E, 158, 1908, 200 S 
& L bldg 

Houghton Marvin J, 239, 1900, 500 
Fleming bldg 

Howard Earl W, 185, 1914, 415 Utica 
bldg 

Hurd Harry A, 332, 1898, 206 Utica 
bldg 

Katz Samuel A. 185, 1914, 505 E Lo- 
cust 



KEELER HOWARD DENTON, D D S, 

State Univ of Iowa Coll of Dentistry, 
Iowa City, la, 1898; Angle School of 
Orthodontia, 1903; Mem Des Moines 
Dist and Iowa State Dental Socs and 
Am Soc of Orthodontists; Specialty 
Orthodontia; Hippee Bldg 

KENNEDY CLAUDE M, Northwestern 
Univ Dental School, Chicago, 111, 
1908; Mem Natl Dental Assn, Iowa 
State and Des Moines Dist Dental 
Socs; G V Black Club of Des Moines 
and Delta Sigma Delta Fraternity; 
605 Citizens Bank Bldg 

Kimbell Wm E,- 158, 1910, 417 Utica 
bldg 

Lee Edward A, 189, 1906, 7461/2 9th 

Lewis Wm A, 152, 1892, 7041/2 Walnut 

Lowry Wm A,* 757 9th 

Lynch Oliver E, 158, 1908, 323 Flynn 
bldg 

McEvoy Joseph M, 152, 1902, 308 
Centary bldg 

McEvoy Martin L, 152, 1905, 600 E Lo- 
cust 

McGuire John H, 187, 1903,11 618 Eu- 
clid av 

Marion John W, 187, 1904, 308 The 
Bank bldg 

Markle Grant E, 189, 1912, 506 Flem- 
ing bldg 

Mather Wm J, 265, 1906,11 203 Citizens 
Natl Bank bldg 

Matheson George A, 158, 1902, 606 Hip- 
pee bldg 

MILLER G ROSCOE, D D S, North- 
western Univ Dental School, Chica- 
go, 111, 1903; Propr The Dr G R Mil- 
ler Dentists; Hours 8:30 a m to 5:30 
p m; Tel Walnut 3615; 209-210 Dav- 
idson Bldg, 8th and Walnut 

Miller Ray G, 187, 1905, 508 Citizens 
Natl Bank bldg 

Motis Charles E, 185, 1912, 304 Teach- 
out bldg 

Neely Walter L, 152, 1907, 215 Citi- 
zens National Bank bldg 

Nichols Harold J, 185, 1910, 209 David- 
son bldg 

Neuman Wellington W, 187, 1903, 204 
Utica bldg 

Nye Albert L, 272, 1898, 1109 Equitable 
bldg 

O'Malley Martin, 187, 1905, 414 The 
Bank bldg 



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DES MOINES — Cont'd 
PAYNE CHARLES BURTON, D D S, 

State Univ of Iowa, Coll of Dentis- 
try, Iowa City, Iowa, 1906; Post-Grad 
in Pyorrhea, 1916; Mem National 
Dental Assn, Iowa State and Des 
Moines Dist Dental Socs; Specialty 
Pyorrhea; Hours 9 a m to 5 p m; 
Tel Walnut 642; 811 Hippee Bldg 

Penniwell Fred H,* 219 Citizens Natl 
Bank bldg 

Pherrin J Bruce, 185, 1894, 423 Flynn 
bldg 

Ralston Frank N, 275, 1907, 605 Citi- 
zens Natl Bank bldg 

Reynard Mae E, 185, 1898,t 516 Citi- 
zens Natl Bank bldg 

Robertson Carl B, 275, 1907, 915 Flem- 
ing bldg 

Robinson Wm J, 158, 1904, 2d fl, Ma- 
sonic Temple 

Sargent Alson C,* 1219 Pleasant 

Schneider George M, 185, 19l5, 319 
Hippee bldg 

Schwaner Rolland A, 262, 1898, 613 
Fleming bldg 

Sears R A,* 203 Citizens Natl Bank 
bldg 

Sharp Wm A, 187, 1902, 406 Citizens 
Natl Bank bldg 

Shaw Frank W, 152, 1904, 506 Flem- 
ing bldg 

Short George T, 264, 1901, 707 Hippee 
bldg 

Shurtleff Charles H, 152, 1900, 502 
Fleming bldg 

Smith Burleigh M, 158, 1899, 610 Wal- 
nut 

Snuggins Louis W, 187, 1905, 506 Flem- 
ing bldg 

Stahl Gage, 189, 1913, 11731/2 25th 

Staves Frederick D, 187, 1904, 218 K P 
bldg 

Thomas Clark G, 185, 1885, t 404 The 
Bank bldg 

Thompson Arthur B, 186, 1905, 925 
Fleming bldg 

True Frank D, 158, 1900, 801 Hubbell 
bldg 

True Harry A, 158, 1904, 801 Hubbell 
bldg 

Tubbs Winfred E, 185, 1896, 7041/2 Wal- 
nut 

Waternan Harry A, 187, 1904, 414 
Century bldg 



WattG Clarence V, 320, 1891,t 315 K P 
blk 

West Emery O, 158, 1915, 612 Hippee 
bldg 

WEST JESSE A, Northwestern Univ 
Dental School, Chicago, 111, 1900; 
Mem G V Black Dental Club; Treas 
National Assn of Dental Examrs and 
State Board Dental Examnrs; Mem 
Iowa State Dental Soc and Delta 
Sigma Delta Fraternity; Hours 9 a 
m to 5 p m; Tel Walnut 309; 417 
Utica Bldg 



DEWITT, Clinton. 1,634 

Connole Cecil V, 152, 1901 
Dougherty Michael J, 158, 1897 
Emmons E Richard A, 185, 1913 
Ryder George A, 158, 1899 



DEXTER, Dallas. 767 

Hemphill W J, 158, 1902 



DIAGONAL, Rinssold. 509 

Ellis Hermanlf 



DONNELLSON, Lee. 337 

Schuck Clayton B, 308, 1914 
Schuck Frank P, 271, 1915 



DOUDS LBANDO, Van Buren. 

Spalding John H, 266, 1879 



155 



DOWS, W^right. 

Lotts Ernest GH 
Schaff Walter Eff 



S92 



DUBUQUE, Diihu««ue. 38,149 

Benn Raymond M,* B & I bldg 
Clarke Frank B, 152, 1888, 815 Main 

CONZETT JOHN V,' Registered by 
State Board, 1887; Prof Kansas City 
Dental Coll; Ex-Pres Iowa State 
Dental Soc; Vice-Pres American 
Educational Council; Mem Board of 
Trustees National Research Commis- 
sion; 256 13th 

Goble Melvin D (M D),1I 298 Main 

Hagerty Robert E, 158, 1903,11 1300 
Clay 

HEISEY DAVID J, D D S, Northwest- 
ern Univ Dental School, Chicago, 111,' 
1901; Mem Psi Omega Fraternity, 
Chicago Dental Soc, Iowa State Den- 
tal Soc and National Dental Assn; 
1100 Main 

Hoag George W, 355, 1896, 973 Main 



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HOLMES HARRY LOWELL, D D S, 

North^Yestern Univ Dental School, 
Chicaso. Ill, 1906; Registered by Ex- 
amination Iowa and 111 State Boards 
of Dental Examnrs; Post-Grad Work 
in Anesthesia and Extracting under 
Dr C K Teter, Cleveland, O; Mem 
Iowa State, Dubuque Dist and Du- 
buque Co Dental Socs, 215 Bank and 
Insurance Bldg 
Horton John P, 187, 1905, 701 Main 
Koehr Arthur M, 262, 1911, 1996 Couler 
Knapp Horace CH 621 Main 
Knoll Oscar A, 186, 1905,11 1197 Iowa 
Knapp Karl W, 185, 1906, 522 B & I 

bldg 
Leach Don S, 185, 1905, 417 Security 

bldg 
Leonard James J, 158, 1898, 56 W Lo- 
cust 
Link Nicholas, 186, 1908, 270 12th 
McEvoy Albert E, 152, 1907, t 902 Main 
McGuigan Vincent A", 158, 1905, 309 

B & I bldg 
McParland Joseph F, 152, 1898, 700 B 

& I bldg 
Maguire James O, 250, 1896, 214 Secur- 
ity bldg 
Meis Wm A, 185, 1896, 1099 Iowa 
Meshinger John A,1[ 212 Security bldg 
METCALFE EARL S, D D S, North- 
western Univ Dental School, Chica- 
go, 111, 1914; Mem Iowa State Den- 
tal Soc; Hours 8 a m to 12 m and 1 
to 5 p m; Office 1274 Main; Tel Red 
1597; Res 48 Clark; Tel Black 4261 
Minges Herman, 152, 1892. 1700 Clay 
Murray John B, 158, 1903, 256 11th 
Nesler Wm M, 158, 1915, 1043 Main 
Peterson Charles J, 217, 1877, 1228 

Main 
Powers C Wilfred, 322, 1898, 15 Lin- 
coln bldg 
Schroeder George M, 158, 1908. 7 

lev blk 
Schrup Karl L, 158, 1912, 208 B 

bldg 
Sheridan Philip H, 152, 1902,11 1200 

Main 
Sweeney Robert J, 186, 1904, 4 Finley 

blk 
Taylor James L,1It 901 Locust 
Thill Henry R, 158, 1900,t 1110 Iowa 
Yorwald Theodore F, 111, 1900,11 1800 
Clay 



Fin- 



& I 



DUMONT, Bntler. 

Crawford Guy, 185, 1905 



700 



DUNLAP, Harrison. 1,155 

Landee Guy, 158, 1907 
Reichelt Walter L, 185, 1913 



DURANT, Cedar. 720 

Black Hiram H, 185, 1911 



DYERSVILLE, Dubuque. 

Hummel A T, 152, 1901 
Rosell Carl G, 185, 1913 



1,511 



DYSART, Tama. 906 

Porter James T, 185, 1902 
Zimmer Harry, 185, 1913 . 



EAGLE GROVE, Wright. 3,387 

Long Jolin E, 158, 1909 

McConaughy Clyde .H, 187, 19031[t 
McGregor Henry V, 185, 1888 
Martin Robert L. 189, 1910 
Norris Harry R, 185, 1912 
Vaughn G A* 



EARLHAM, Madison. 749 

Holmes R A, 187, 1904 



EARIiVILLE, Delaware. 552 

Tobie Harry A, 185, 1896 



EARLY, Sac. 500 

Kendall EzraH 



EDDYVILLE, Wapello. 

Bradfield N S, 186, 1908 



1.085 



ELDOIV, W^apello. 2,024 

Calhoun Joseph F, 185, 1898 
Isbell O W, 186, 1906 



ELDORA, Hardin. 1,995 

Diehl George, 185, 1899t 
Feike Lawrence V, 189, 1912 
Hamilton A L* 
Herrald Fletcher Hlf 



ELGIN, Fayette. 564 

Hutchinson Leo S, 158, 1903 



ELKADER, Clayton. 1,181 

Donlon Joseph P, 185, 1897 
Jeffers W J, 185, 1902 



ELLIOTT, Montgomery. 528 

Logan Robert C, 187, 1905 



ELLSWORTH, Hamilton. 629 

Ostrem George, 185, 1916 



ELMA, Howard. 

Stute F N, 185, 1899 



807 



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