Official Directory - 1903 Newspaper

SOURCE: Clinton Morning Age, April 15, 1903.  There are A Lot of names in the advertisements.

Following is a list of advertisers listed under the heading "Official Directory: Clinton Professional and Merchantile Interests:

  • If you use Liquor you might as well get the best as it does no cost any more at THE CALIFORNIA WINE HOUSE 617 Second Street Wm. Stuedemann, Prop

  • DO YOU BUY GROCERIES Do you Pay Cash, if so call on L. L. Ries, 245 Fifth Ave., Clinton, Iowa and Get Your Money's Worth

  • ATHENS The Athens Candy Store is making three new kinds of candy which are growing famous.  They are the Gure-Gure, Nugget and Lover brands.  The regular price is 25 cents per pound but they are now going at the special price of 15 cents per pound.  Call for it. 511 3d St Across from new Post office


  • J. L. BOHNSON, INSURANCE All kinds of Surety Bonds issued at reasonable rates. No. 228 Fifth avenue over Jas. Leslie Co's

  • Lace Curtains Laundered like new by HAMM BROS. at Northwestern Laundry.  Your Patronage Solicited.  Both Phones, 813 So. Fourth st.


  • LINCOLN LODGE, I. O. O. F. Lincoln lodge, No. 42, I. O. O. F. meets every Tuesday evening in Odd Fellows' hall, Fifth avenue.  Visiting brothers are cordially welcome.  CHAS. Ott, Jr., N. G. W. N. Monaghan, R. S.  Dr. J. S. Lewell, F. S. Trustees - L. M. Clark, A. R. Potter, Lorenz Petersen

  • ROBIN HOOD CAMP, M. W. A.  Robin Hood Camp, No. 31 M. W. A., meets first and third Monday of each month, in Odd Fellow's hall, Fifth avenue and Second street.  C. H. Parker, V. C. J. S. Lowell, Clerk. Leon Bather, Ass't Clerk, Managers - T. R. Smith, W. N. Monaghan, P. S. Bannister

  • UNITY ENCAMPMENT, NO. 79, I. O. O. F. meets the second and fourth Monday nights of each month in I. O. O. F. hall.  Visiting patriarchs always cordially welcome.  C. L. Burg, C. P. L. H. Bowman Scribe.

  • STAR OF HOPE LODGE No. 13.  Rebekah Degree, I. O. O. F., meets 1st and 3rd Fridays of each month.  Mrs. Howard, N. G. Marin Barr, R. S. Trustees - Mrs. Nellie Oliver, Mrs. Anna Malthy, Wil V. Tufford.

  • AMERICA LODGE I. O. O. F. America lodge No. 567, meets every Thursday evening in Odd Fellows' hall corner Fifth avenue and Second street.  Visiting brothers most cordially welcome.  T. M. Moss, N. G. Robt. J. Funk, Sec. C. H. Parker, F. S., 616 7th ave, Trustees - Larry E. Carr, J. E. Fink, H. O. Coykendall.

  • EMULATION LODGE, No. 255 A. F. & A. M. Regular meeting first Tuesday of each month.  Hall in Lamb block, corner Fifth avenue and Third street.  Visitors are cordially invited.  W. J. Mainland, W. M. W. F. Ferguson, Sec'y.

  • KEYSTONE CHAPTER, No. 32, R. A. M. Regular meeting first Friday in each month.  Hall in Lamb block, corner Fifth avenue and Third street.  Companions cordially invited.  F. Dieckmann, H. P. R. S. Rathbun, Sec.

  • GEN. N. B. BAKER POST, No. 88 G. A. R. Meets second and fourth Mondays of each month in G. A. R. hall, Second street and Sixth avenue, over Clinton National bank.  Visiting comrades always welcome. Jas. L. Worrell, Com. Fred Rumble, Aditj.


  • JULIUS H. JOHNSON, Justice of the Peace, Rooms 304, Howes Block

  • BARKER, ELLIS & McCOY, Attorneys and Counselors. Rooms 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 over Peoples Trust and Savings Bank, Clinton, Iowa.

  • CHASE & SEAMAN, Attorneys at Law, Clinton National Bank building, second floor.

  • SKINNER & COE, Attorneys at Law, Nos. 404 and 405 The Weston.

  • HAYES & SCHUYLER, Attorneys and Counselors, The Weston.

  • WALSH BROS. Lawyers, E. C. Walsh, M. A. Walsh, J. W. Walsh 505 Second street.


  • DR. W. M. McCOY, General practice.  Special attention to diseases of the Digestive system, Office, 212 Fifth avenue.

  • H. R. REYNOLDS, M. D. Office: 515 Third St. Residence, 410 Sixth Ave.  Bell Tel. 3080.  Res. Tel. 80.  Office Hours: 8 to 9 a. m. 2 to 4 p. m. 7 to 8 p. m.

  • J. S. LOWELL, M. D. Office hours 10 to 11 a. m., 2 to 4 p. m., 7 to 8 p. m. Office 227 Fifth avenue, residence 522 Sixth avenue, Clinton, Iowa, Both phones.