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United States Government
Index to Advertisements
Adams Henry & Co i88
Allen Bros. 189
Amherst Bakery back cover
Amherst House 217
Amherst House Liver}' Stable
Amherst Record 180
Amherst Steam Laundry 186
Amherst, Sunderland and Orient
Springs St. Ry. ] 73
Arms Pocket Book Co 6
Beston K. & M. 170
Bolles E. M. 191
Boston 8l Sp'f'ld Despatch Exp.
Bosworth G. E.
Brown C. H.
Brown Egbert W.
Campion J. P. back
Carpenter & Morehouse
College Suppl}^ Store
Cowls W. D. & Co
Dana J. L.
Dance Charles & Son
Deuel C. Fred
Dickinson E. B.
Dickinson F. N.
Dickinson G. S.
Edwards H. B. & Co
Elder C. R.
Elder C. R. & Co
Ewell Charles E.
Fiske F. F.
Fort River Creamery
Glynn Lena S.
Graves D. & Co
Hardendoiff H. & Son
Hawlev C. A.
Holland H. D.
Ideal Lunch Room
Jackson & Cutler
Kendrick D. H.
Kingman M. B.
Labrovitz I. M.
Magee W. H,
Marsh E. D.
Mass. Agri. College
McCloud H. M.
Millett E. E.
Mills James K.
Morgan W. H. H.
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Guimet P. L.
Page James F.
Paige T. L.
Pariseau E. N. Mrs
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Powell H. N.
Puffer S. P.
Puffer S. P. & Son
Sanctuary A. F.
Sanderson A. G.
Sanderson & Thompson cover
Smith Frank E.
Staples F. M.
Strong A. H.
Thompson E. A.
Towne W. C. & Co
Trott J. H.
Whipple David R.
Whipple Frank S.
Bell William G. Co
Champlin F, A. 175
Franklin County Lumber Co
HINSDALE, N. H.
Bardwell M. H.
Elmvvood Dye Works 184
Hegv Frank J., 184
Holvoke St Ry state map
Hotel Hamilton insert opp p 20
National Plating Works 185
Steiger A. & Co book mark
Boynton WW. 216
B & S Despatch Co 183
Cardinal J. B. & A. 183
Clark G. Henry 183
Coburn & Graves back cover
Chilson W. L. front cover
Davis F. E. front cover
Davis E. E. i94
Emerson & Son front cover
Field H. W. 196
First Nat'l Bank 165
FittsC. N. Co 218
Foster Bros. 192
Franklin County Lumber Co
Gould C. H. 216
Goyette Katrina H. 216
Hampshire County Nat'l Bank
Hampshire Marble Co 186
Mariz John F. 192
Northampton Com. College 167
Northampton Nat'l Bank 166
Nonotuck Savings Bank 165
Parks A. 183
Patteson M. D. front cover
Pearl Frank IV
Potter's Sons & Co, bnck cover
Putnam R. F. iv3
Pierce James M. front co\ er
Roberts Frank H. 181
Sullivan James A. front cover
Smith Carr Baking Co 176
Steinert M. & Sons 187
Woodward F. T.
Vanasse & Co back cover
Fournier George V
C. O. Smith 185
Bacon & Donovan VII
Bigelow Cheney Wire Wks map
Bowen & Son 177
Broadhurst Dye Work
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Chapin & Co back cover
DeLon Madam 196
F^nterprise Plating Wks 185
Foot Homer & Co 182
Gifford A. W. 168
Hall Charles margins
Hotel Gilmore 171
Imperial Toilet Co 178
Johnson Henry R. margins
Manning H. A. 198
Massasoit House 176
Mellen D. W. & Co 194
Merrill George N. & Co 182
Scantlebury & Monroe Co III
Springfield F'ive Cents Savings
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Steinert M. & Sons Co 187
Wyckoff & Lloyd Co 181
Webster ic Co III
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want all of it when you come to see it. A nice little farm in Pelham
might satisfy you. You'd have good neighbors, good preaching
and low taxes there. Come up and talk it over and take a squint
at Amherst, Shuterbury, Hadley and Granby.
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A town of about six thousand inhabitants, is beauti-
fully located in the valley east of the Connecticut river and north (/)
of the Holyoke range of mountains. It is the seat of two noted Â»-p
educational institutionsâ€” Amherst College and Massachusetts Agri- q
cultural College. Originally part of the town of Hadley. (^
The Central Massachusetts division of the B. & M. R. R. and (^
New Ivondon Northern division of the C. V. R. R. pass through
the town. Connected by electric railway with Northampton, Hoi- J^
yoke, Sunderland and Pelham. f^
Miscellaneous Directory ^
TOWN OFFICERS 00
Clerk. Treasurer and ColTvEctor â€” Charles H. Edwards ft
Selectmen and Overseers of the Poor â€” Thomas J. v/i
Thurston, William Henry Smith, George F, Hobart
Assessors â€” Thomas J. Thurston, James E. Merrick, Edwin
H. Dickinson â€¢
Board of Health â€” William E. Smith, Thomas J. Thurston, I
H. G. Rockwell, M. D. C^
Auditor â€” Charles E. Wakefield ^
School Committee â€” John F. Gleason, Chairman , ^
George L>. Henry , Albion B. Allen  ^
Constables â€” Charles S. Tillson, Edvvin N. Marsh, Arthur ^
F. Bardwell, David H. Tillson, Harvey While, Melvin L. Graves, Â»^
William H. Casey, William Henderson Smith, Charles H. Bur- ^
nap, Frank E- Nims. ^
Burial Agent â€” John W. Howland
Sealer of Weights and Measures â€” Arthur F. Bardwell
Elector â€” Albion B. Allen
Field Driver â€” Harvey White
Pound Keeper â€” Harvey White O
Fence Viewers â€” Albert R. Cowles, Henry D. Chapman, m
Charles A. Shaw V
Weighersâ€” Theodore E. Paige, James E. Merrick, Mak A. J
Keyes. David B. Elder, George E. Cogswell, George E. Thayer,
Richard J. Knightly, Eugene O. Puffer
Measurers of Lumber â€” Henry E. Macomber, Frank A. ^
Measurers of Wood â€” Forester P. Ainsworth, James E. ^ t
Merrick. W. H. H. Morgan, E. Dwight Baker, George E. Cogs- gpi
well, A. Prentice Brown, George E. Thayer H! 33
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â€¢m Sextons â€” Asa Adams, Edwin D. Marsh, Timothy C. Dick-
^m inson, Clarence W. Dana
^ Superintendent of Streets â€” Henry L. Ufford
Â«^ Tree Warden â€” Ceorj3;e E. Stone
^ Inspector of Cattle â€” Henry E. Paige
School Committef: (See Town Oflficers)
g^ Secretary to the Committee â€” Audubon E. Hardy
(jQ Superintendent of Schools
Audubon E. Hardy, 15 Lincohi Avenue. Office hours, Town
Hall 4 to 5 30 p. m., Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, school
days. Telephone 158-21
Â© X-XII Charles W. Marshall, Principal; Joseph W. Griffin,
^ Math, and Science; Nina W. Goodwin History; Mary E. Hawley,
French and German; Harriette H. Steele, Greek and Latin; Mar-
O garet Abbott, Science and English; Roger Johnson, Assistant in
Kellogg Avenue School
IX-L. Ada Baker. VIII Lillian M. Welch. VII Catherine
P. Kingman. VI Mae A. Walker
Amity Street School
V Helen M. Smith. IV Ina J. Harrington. Ill Myra C,
Wilcox. II Jennie Edwards. I Marion Feeley
East Street School
VII-IX Alice M. Kimball. V-VI Elizabeth Wiley. III-IV
Edwina L. Pearson. I-II Marguerite Lee
V North Amherst School
V-IX Elizabeth A. Jones. I- IV Lillian \V. Piper
,i^ South Amherst School
VI-IX Eva A. Fuller. I-V Alice S. Ames
^ MX Flora J. King
^ Music. Arthur J. Mealand, Greenfield; Drawing, Florence
^f\ Rogan, Athol; Sewing, Minnie L. Dana
,^ PRIVATE SCHOOLS
^ Childrens and Youths
Mrs. W. D. Herrick, 8 Prospect Street
The Goessmann School for Girls
Preparatory and finishing school for girls. Miss Helena T.
Goessmann, principal, 40 Amity 'â– "treet
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and anniversary cards. SPRINGFIELD
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Miss Louise Collins, 25 North Prospect mh
FIRE DEPARTMENT 3*
Fire ExCxINEERS â€” Harry D. Holland, Chief, Charles S. ^*Â«
Tillson, clerk; Frank A. Hobart m>m
Hose No. I â€” Pleasant near Amity. Twelve men
Hose No. 3 â€” North Amherst
Hook and Ladder No. i â€” Pleasant near Amity. Eight call ^
East i\mherst Hose No. 2 â€” Main. Eight call men ~*
Forest Fire Wardens â€” South Amherst, C. L. Hartvvell, W. ^\
F. Joy, D. R. Thayer; North Amherst, F. S. Ashley; East Am- ^
herst, J. M. Kellogg
FIRE ALARM BOXES
No. 14 Cor Main and Pleasant. Key at H. Adams' and C. 75 5
Deuel's stores, Amherst House, H. D. Holland ^ â„¢
No. 15 Cor Pleasant and McClellan, Key at W, E. Smith's _^
house, C. H. Sanderson's, G. L. Henry's, S S. Hyde's, L. C.
No. 16 Cor Pleasant and Phillips
No. 31 High School
No. 32 The Hills Co. Private Box. Key at box
No. 33 Burnett's Hat shop. Private box
No. 34 New London R. R. Crossing. Key at Sisson's hotel
No. 35 Electric Light Plant J^
No. 36 Cor High and Clifton Ave. Key at D. Pagan's
house, Harvey Strong s, T. L- Paige's ^
No. 37 Cor Main and Spaulding J3
No. 38 East St. Church. Key atKellogg's store, P. Landry's g^
No. 39 Pelham Road 5Q
No. 42 Cor Lincoln av and Amity f^
No. 44 Cor Lincoln av and Northampton Road ffl
No. 64 Amherst College. Private box *^
No. 72 Junction Walnut, Woodside av and Parsons. Key
at J. V. Lentell's house, P. C. Gurnsey's, E. P. Harris', M. B.
Kingman's, D. H. Bartlett's
No. 98 M. A. C. Private box jj^j
To ring in an alarm, break glass in little box, take the key,
unlock the box, pull the lever down once and let go.
Persons ringing in an alarm will please remain at box until 2
the firemen arrive so as to direct them to the fire g
One round of box struck Saturday at 12.05 m. Two blows g
indicate fire out. '*
Each Saturday e\ening at six o'clock one box will be tested. JC
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5 O Mrs. C. S. Hill, Postmaster; G. Edward Fisher, Assistant
^^3 Postmaster; Whitton T. Taylor, Edward J. O'Brien, Clerks; Mary
_iZ E. Russell, Mailing Clerk; Martha R. Wiley, Money Order Clerk;
Q. p Letter Carriers, Charles A. Strong, Fred h. Hill, Horace H.
-I < Wolcott, E. M Dickinson, R. F. D. Carrier, Frank T. Ives
< Li Office hours from 7.30 a. m. to 8.15 p. m.; Money Opder win-
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2 7.30 to 10.30 a. m., 4.30 to 6 p. m., Sundays, 10 to 10.30 a. m.
P. O. Lobby open at 6.15 a. m. to 10 p. m. Sundays, 9 a. m. to
n\ 10 p. m.
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r^ George E. Cogswell, Postmaster
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p^^ J. E. Merrick, Postmaster
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Klishers, one cent per four ounces or fraction thereof
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proof sheets and corrected proof sheets with manuscript copy
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Z ^ fraction thereof
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the regular postage O
Postmasters are forbidden to address registered matter for
their patrons, to enclose it in an envelope, to seal it, or to affix the \J^
Amherst Free Library, Town Hall (/j
Number of volumes, about i^.ooo. Librarian, Mary Robison,
Asst. Librarian, Helen Gaskell. Pres., W. I. Fletcher, Vice-
Pres., S. A. Phillips, Sec'y, Frederick Tuckerman, Treas., E. ^
D. Marsh. Board of Managers, L. H. Allen, John M. Tyler, E. _^
W. Carpenter, John Mullen, F. Tuckerman, George F. Mills, E.
D. Marsh, W. E. Strong, A. L. Hardy.
North Amherst Public Library, Leverett Street
Dedicated September, 1893. Librarian, Emma H. Parsons. >|^
Open Wednesdays and Saturdays from 2 to 5 and 6.30 to 8.30 p. !^
m. Contains 2,250 volumes. Pres. Walter D. Cowls, Sec'y and ^
Treas., F. P. Ainsworth, Auditor, W. L. Roberts
Wesley Methodist Episcopal Church, Main Street J
Organized 1874. The church edifice was first occupied in Cm
February, 1880. Pastor, Rev. L. L. Beeman, res 86 Main. Ser- ^
vices; Sunday, preaching 10.45 ^- ^^i-) Sunday school, 12 m., ^^
Epworth League, 6.30 p. m., evening service, 7.30 p. m., Tuesday, ^
7.30 p. m., class meeting, Thursday, 7.30 p. m., prayer meeting, pfl
S. S. superintendent, E. A. Harris; treas. of Trustees, R. ^. Gif- ^-.
ford. Auxiliary Societies: Epworth League, Junior League, ^
Ladies' Aid Society, Foreign Missionary, ^^
Second Congregational Church, East Amherst mm
Organized Oct. 15, 1782. Present church erected 1839. Pas- â–º.^
tor. Rev. H. C. Feast, residence Main E. A. Services: Sunday, 1^
preaching 10.45 a. m., Sunday school, 12 m., Y, P. S. C. E., 7 O
p. m,. weekly prayer meeting, Thursday 7.30 p. m. S. S. super- pj^
intendent, Herbert Sabin, clerk and treas., Herbert Sabin, Parish ,
treas.. George Knight â€¢
First Congregational Church, Main Street
Organized 1839, incorporated 1904. The present edifice was
erected in 1867- 1868 at a cost of $60,000. Pastor, Rev, Wilbert L. ^
Anderson, res i School. Services: Sunday, preaching 10.45 a. Â§ ^
m., Sunday .school, 12 m., Y. P. S. C. E. meeting, 7 p. m., Mid-week > ^
prayer meeting, Thursday, 7-3o p. m. Clerk W. B.Jackson. S. W J
S. superintedent, C. W. Marshall. W^
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PAGE'S SHOE STORE, Amherst
^ Grace Episcopal Church, Maple Avenue
^ Orj2:anized 1864. Church building erected 1S66. Rector Rev.
Donald C. McFayden, res 16 North Prospect. Sunday services:
OvI Holy Commnnion, 8 a. ni., except first Sunday of the month, morn-
(n i"g service, 10.45 a. m., Sunday school, 12 m.. Even-song, 4 p.
O m. Clerk, Frederick Tuckerman, Treas., R. S. Morgan, S S.
â€¢7^ superintendent, the rector., Wardens, G. S. Miles, R. W. Stratton.
P-* College Church, College Hill
Organized 1826. Services: Sunday, preaching. 10.45 a m.;
mid-week prayer meeting, Thursday, 7.15 p. m. Clerk, William
I. Fletcher; treas.. E. S. Hall. Auxiliary Organizations: Young
_ Men's Christian Association, pres., W. H. Frank. Meetings Sun-
Q day at 6.45 p. m. The Women of the College Church, meetings
(/) second Friday in each month.
f_ DC First Baptist Church, South Pleasant Street
^2 Organized 1827, reorganized 1832. Pastor, Rev. J. W.
(/) Leonard, res 51 Pleasant St. Services: Sunday, preaching 10.45
1 a. m., Sunday school, 12 m., Y. P. S. C. E. meeting, 6.30 p. m.,
evening service, 7.30 p. m., weekly prayer meeting, Thursday,
7.30 p. m. S. S. superintendent, A. F. Sanctuary. Auxiliary
vSocieties: Women's Foreign Society, Women's Home Society,
Ifi Women's Benev^olent Society.
St. Bridget's Roman Catholic Church. Pleasant Street
Organized 1869. Pastor, Rev. John H. Gavin, res 34 Pleasant.
Services: 7.15 a. m. week days, Sunday, 10.45 a. m., Sunday
5^ school after morning service. Vespers and BenedictioUj 3.30 p. m.
Hope Congregational Church Parsons Street
^ Organized igoy. Pastor, Maurice N. Greene. Services:
^ vSunday, preaching 11 a. m., Sunday school, 12 m., Y. P. S. C.
. E., 6.45 p. m., prayer meeting, Thursday 8 p. m. Services will
^ be held in Zion Chapel urtil a new building is erected
cf-j North Congregational Church, North Amherst
bJD Organized 1826 and present church edifice erected the same
^ year. Pastor, B. F. Gustin. Services: Sunday, preaching 10.45
'7^ a m., Sunday school, 12 m., evening service, 7 p, m., Y. P. S. C.
p Fv , 7,45 p. m., mid-week prayer meeting, Thursday, 7.30 p. m
^ vS. S. superintendent, Howard Parsons, Parish treas., F. P. Ains-
worth, Church treas., E. H. Dickinson. Auxiliary Organizations,
<D Woman's Home Mission Society, Woman's vSocial Circle
pj Methodi.'^t F!piscopal Church, Cushman
Organized 1849. Pastor, Rev. L. h. Beenian. Services:
Sunday .school, i p. m., preaching, 2 p. m., prayer meeting, 7.30
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South Congregational Church, South Amherst (j\
Organized 1858. Pastor, Rev. John F. Gleason, res East, S. g*
A. Services: Sunday, preaching 10.45 a. m., Sunday school, q
12 m., South End Sunday school, 3 p. m., Y. P, S. C. E., 6.30 (^
p. m., evening service 7.30 p, m.. mid-week prayer meeting, (fi
Thursday, 7.30 p. m. j^
SOCIETIES, ASSOCIATIONS, ETC. O
Amherst Lodge, No. 188 3"
Organized June 23, 1903. Meets second and fourth Thurs- fp
days at Pacific Hall, summer months 8 p. m., winter 7.30. M.
W., Harry M. Haskell, P. M. W., C. F. Quinn, R. Sec'y, Frank
Plumb, Treas., Herbert Brown
A. O. H. Â«^
Organized 1896. Meeting 2nd and 4th Tuedays in Red Men's
Eadies' Auxiliary , !
Organized 1906. Meets in Red IMen's Hall ^a
AMHERSTGUN CLUB ^
Range on Mountain View at "the Notch". Pres. F. A. Hos- ^
mer, Sec'y and Treas., J. F. Paige *^^
AIVIHERST WOMAN'S CLUB i J^
Pres., Mrs. L. B. Elwell; Clerk, Mrs. W. R. Hart; Cor. Sec'y, ^
Ethel Leonard; Treas., Susan I. Whitaker. Meets ist and 3rd ^^1
Mondays at 3 p. m. at Unity Church.
19 South Pleasant ^
Meets first Tuesday in January, April, July, and October. Q
Rooms in Williams' block. Pres., E. B. Holland, Sec'y. C. H.
Edwards, Treas., G. Edward Fisher. Annual meeting in April.
EAST AMHERST IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY â€¢
Pres., E. E. Ball, ist V. P.. G. A. Thayer. 2nd V. P., Mrs.
Herbet Sabin, Sec'y, Charles W. Hooker, Treas., Alice F.
G.A. R. gl