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Beloit city directory for 1902
(1902)

Compendium of general information,   pp. 7-[41] PDF (6.9 MB)


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How Comfortable a fellow feels when he
knows his laundry is immaculate. B. S. L.
Location of Fire Boxes.-(Continued.)
43. Highland avenue and Bluff street.
44. Beloit Iron Works.
45. Central Fire station.
46. Bridge and Bluff streets.
47. Bridge and Hackett streets.
48. Euclid avenue and Adams street.
51. Ninth and Liberty streets.
52. Fourth and Middle streets.
53. Oak and C streets.
61-69. Fairbanks, Morse & Co., Factory.
FIRE LIMITS
All that part of the city of Beloit embraced in the following
limits shall be known as the Fire Limits: In the First and Second
Wards all that part of said city which is bounded on the west by the
east line of the C. & N. W. Ry. track and the center line of Rock River;
on the north by the center line of Rock River and the south line of Pub-
lic avenue; on the east by the west line of Pleasant street and on the
south by the center line of the main track of the C. M. & St. P. R. R.
Co. and S. Bridge street. In the Fourth Ward all that part of the city
which is bounded on the east by the tail race and the center line of Rock
River, on the south by the center line of Rock River, on the west by the
main track of the C. & N. W. R. R. Co. and on the north by the center
line of E street to the tail race.
Library
Beloit Public Library-Second floor Unity block, until removal to
Carnegie Library building, 133 West Bridge street.
President, George B. Ingersoll; vice president, Albert Ayer; sec-
retary, F. E. Converse; librarian, Martha W. Bell; assistant librarian,
Nettie E. Bell.
DIRECTORS
R. J. Burdge, 0. T. Thompson, J. B. Dow, E. G. Smith, E. J. Car-
penter, L. H. Parker.
. Open daily; Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, 2 to 6 p. in.; Monday
and Wednesday, afternoons, 2 to 5:30; evenings, 7 to 9; Saturday, 9 to 12
a. in., 2 to 5:30 p. in.; evening, 7 to 9 evening.
Labor Unions
Trades Council: President, C. R. Storey; vice president; Dennis
Hayes; secretary, F. E. Weirick; treasurer, 0. C. Chatfield; conductor,
0. W. Smith; sergeant at arms, Al. Brittan; trustees, Messrs. Fillery,
McRea and C. B. Lowrin.
Barbers' Union: President, John Jacobson; secretary, Thos.
Schuler.
Ladies', Men's and Children's Hosiery.
BORT, BAILEY & CO.
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