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or Pipe Joist and Beam Hangers, Concrete Re-enforcing

Rods, Area Grating, Coal Chutes, Man Hole Covers Fire Doors, Iron Doors, Sidewalk Doors, Prism Doors and Lights, Vault Doors and Guards, Window Guards, Fire Escapes, Stairs Interior or Exterior Hand Railings, Pipe Railings, Marquesas.

CONCRETE REINFORCING RODS

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WINDOW GUARDS, MACHINERY GUARDS, PARTITIONS, ELEVATOR ENCLOSURES, ETC.

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Done on Lathe, Planer, Shaper, Miller, Drill Press,

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Machinery Breaks Steel, Cast Iron, Malleable Brass, Aluminum Also Brazing

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FOURTEENTH CENSUS OF THE UNITED STATES

Population of Cities Ha

ving 25,<

>00

Inliabitants or IVIore

in 1920

Alabama Des Moines. 126.468 . East Orange

50.710

Oklahoma

Birmingham. 178,270

Dubuque ... 39,141

Elizabeth ...

95.682

City

91,295

Mobile 60,151

Sioux City.. 71.227

Hoboken . . .

68.166

Tulsa

72,075

Montgomery. 43,464

ArlEona

Phoenix . . . 29,053

Arkan«aa

Fort Smith.. 28,811

Waterloo ... 36,230

Irvington . .

25.480

OrcKon 1

Kansas

Kansas City. 101,177

Topeka 50.022

Wichita 72.217

Jersey City.

297,864

Portland . . .

258.288 1

Kearny

Montclair .. New

Brunswick

26,724 28.810

32,779

Pennsylvania I

Allentown . 73,502 1 Altoona .... 60,331 1 Bethlehem .. 50,358 1

Little Rock. 64,997

Kentucky ^^^^^^

Newark ....

414.216

Chester

58.030

California

Covington .. 57,121

Orange

33.268

Easton

33.813

Alameda . . . 28,806

Lexington . 41.534

Passaic

63.824

Erie

93.372

Berkeley . . . 55,886

Louisville . . 234,891

Paterson ...

135.866

Harrisburg .

75.917

Fresno 44,616

Newport .... 29.317

Perth Amboy

41.707

Hazleton . . .

32,277

Long Beach. 55,593

liOulHlana

Plainfleld ...

27.700

Johnstown .

67.327

Los Angeles. 576,673

New Orleans 387.219

Trenton ....

119.289

Lancaster . .

53.150

Oakland .... 216.361

Shreveport . 43.874

West

McKeesport .

46.781

Pasadena . . 45,354

Maine

Hoboken .

40.068

New Castle..

44.938

Sacramento . 65,857

Bangor 25.978

Lewiston . . . 31,791 Portland . . . 69,272

West New

Norristown

San Diego.. 74,683

York

29.926

Borough ..

32.319

San Francis-

New York

Philadelpnra. 1,823.779

co 508,410

Albany

113.344

Pittsburgh .

688.343

San Jose.... 39,604

Maryland

Amsterdam .

33,524

Reading ....

107.784 1

Stockton . . . 40,296

Baltimore .. 733.826

Auburn

36,192

Scranton . . .

137.783 1

Colorado

Cumberland 29.837

Binghamton Buffalo

66.800

Wilkes-Barre

73.833 1

Colorado

Hagerstown 28.064

506.775

Williamsport

36.198 1

Springs . . 30,105

MaHsachusettM

Elmira

45.305

York

47.512 1

Denver 256,369

Boston 748,060

Jamestown .

38.917

Rhode Island |

Pueblo 42,908

Brockton ... 66.254

Kingston ...

26.688

Cranston . . .

29.407 I

Connecticut

Brookline .. 37,784

Mount

Newport ....

30.255 1

Bridgeport .. 143,538

Cambridge . 109.694

Vernon ...

42.726

Pawtucket .

64.248 1

Hartford . . 138,036

Fall River.. 120,485

New

Providence .

237.595 1

Meriden 29,842

Fitchburg .. 41,013

Rochelle .

36,213

Woonsocket

43.496 1

New Britain 59.316

Haverhill .. . 5.3,884

New York

South Carolina |

New Haven. 162,537

Holyoke .... 60.203

City 5,621,151

Charleston .

67.957

New London 25.688

Lawrence . . 94,270

Manhattan

.

Columbia ...

37,524 1

Norwalk . . . 27,743

Lowell 112,759

Borough 2.284.103

South Dakota |

Stamford ... 35.096

Lynn 99,148

Bronx

Sioux Falls.

25,176 I

Waterbury . 91,716

Maiden 49,103

Borough

7S2.016

Tenneasee |

Delaware

Medford . . . 39.038

Brooklyn

Chattanooga

57.895

Wilmington. 110.168

New Bedford 121.217

Borough 2,«22,262

Knoxville . .

77.818

Dintrict of Columbia

Newton 46.054

Queens

Memphis . . .

162.351

Washington 437,571

Pittsfleld ... 41.751

Borough

466.811

Nashville ...

118.342

Florida

Quincy 47.876

Richmond

Texas

.Tacksonville. 91,558

Revere 28.823

Borough

115.959

Austin

34.876

Miami 29,571

Salem 42.529

Newburgh ..

30.366

Beaumont ..

40.422

Pensacola . . 31.035

Somcrville . 93,091

Niagara

Dallas

158.976

Tampa 51,608

Springfield... 129,563

Falls

60.760

El Paso

77.643

GeorKia

Taunton 37,137

Pough-

Fort Worth.

106.482

Atlanta 200,616

Waltham ... 30,915

keepsie ...

35,000

Galveston . .

44.255

AuRu.sta 52,548

Worcester .. 179.754

Rochester . .

295,750

Houston

138.076

Columbus .. 81,125

MIchlKan

Rome

26,341

San Antonio.

161.379

Macon 52,995

Battle Creek 36.164

.Schenectady

88,723

Waco

38.500

Savannah . . 83,252

Bay City.... 47,554

Syracuse ...

171,717

Wichita

Illlnoia

Detroit 993,739

Troy

72,013

Falls

40.079

Aurora 36,397

Flint 91.599

Utica

94,l!)b

Utah

Bloomington 28,725

Od. Rapids.. 137.634

Watertown .

31,285

Ogden

32.804

Chicago ....2,701,705

Hamtramck . 48,615

Yonkers

100,226

Salt Lake

Cicero 44.995

Highland Pk 46.499

North Carolina

City

118,110

Danville .... 33,776

.lack.son . . . 48.374

A.shevllle . . .

28.504

Vlricinla |

Decatur 43,818

Kalama»JO . 48.858

Charlotte .. .

46,338

Lynchburg .

29.956

K. St. Louis 66,767

Lansing ... 57.327

Wilmington

33.372

Newport

Klgin 27,454

Muskegon .. 36,570

Winaton-

News

35.696

Kvanston . . 37,234

Pontlac .... 34,273

Salem

48.395

Norfolk ....

116,777

.Toilet 38,442

Port Huron . 25.944

Ohio

Petersburg . Portsmouth .

31.002

Moline 30,731

Saginaw .... 61,903

Akron

208,435

64.387.

Oak Park... 39.858

MlnneNOtn

Canton

87,091

Richmond . .

171.667

Peoria 76.121

Duluth 98.917

Cincinnati ..

401,247

Roanoke . . .

50,842

Quinry 3.1,978

MlnneapolLs 380.582

(Cleveland ..

796,841

Waahlnston |

Rock Island. 35,177

St. Paul .... 234,595

Columbus ..

237.031

Belllngham .

25,670 1

Rockford ... 65.6r.l

MlMourl

Dayton ....

152.659

Everett

27.644 1

8prlnKfl*«ld . 59.183

.loplin 29,856

East

.Seattle

315,652 1

Indiana

KanHas City 324,410

Cleveland .

27.292

Spokane

104.437 1

AndorHon ... 29.767

St. Joseph... 77,930

Hamilton ...

39.675

Tacoma

96.965 1

Kant rhi<ago 35,967

St. Louis.... 772,897

Lakewood ..

41,732

Weat VIrRlnIa |

Kvnnsvlllc R.-i.Gei

Springfield . 39,631

Lima

41,326

Charleston .

39,608 1

Fort Wayne 86.r.49

Montana

Lorain

37,295

Clarksburg .

27,869 1

r.nry fi.';.37R

Rutte 41,611

Mansfield ...

27,824

Huntington .

60,177 1

Hammond 36.004

IVebrnnka

Marion

27.891

Wheeling

66,208 1

Indianapolis. 314.194

Lincoln 54,934

Newark

26.718

WlHconaln |

Knkomo 30,067

Omaha 191,601

Portsmouth..

33.011

Croen Bay .

31.017

Muncio 36.r.24

New llampahire

Springfield .

60,R40

Kenosha ... .

40.472

Richmond .. 28.765

Manchester . 7R.3RI

Stubonvllle .

28.508

I.a Crosse .

.^0.4 21

.South Rend. 70.9«3

Nashua 28,379

Toledo

243.164

Madison ....

3S.378

Tcrrc Haute. 66,083

New Jeraey

Atlantic City 50,682

Warren

27.050

Milwaukee .

457.147

Iowa

Youngstown.

1R2,.^5R

o.shkosh

33.162

Cedar Rapids 4B.B«B

Rnyonnr ... . 76,754

ZanoflVlllo ..

29,669

Rnclnr

68.593

Coun. Rluffs 86.1B2

f'ftmdcn .... 116,809

OklahoB

sa

Sheboygan . Superior . . .

30,955

Davenport... B6.727

Clifton 26,470

Muflkogeo . .

J0.277

39.671

POLK'S

SOUTH_BEND

AND

MISHAWAOl

CITY DIRFCTORY

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CONTAINIXG A MISCELLANEOl S DIRKCTORY OF CITY, COUNTY, STATE AND FEDERAL, OFFICERS, STREETS AXD AVEXUES, PUBLIC AXD PRIVATE SCHOOLS, CHURCHES, BANKS, SECRET AND BENEVOLENT SOCIETIES, ETC., AN ALPHABETICALLY ARRAMiEM LIST OF BUSINESS HOUSES AND PRIVATE CITI- ZENS, GIVING FULL NAMES, OCCUPATIONS OR PURSUITS AND ADDRESSES;

A "Buyers' Guide"

AND A CO>IPI>ETE \

Classified Business ^'^jjfffj^DRAWN

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R. L. POLK & CO., Publishers

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Copyright, 1921. by R. L. Polk & Co.

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INTRODUCTION

The third edition of R. L. Polk & Co.'s South Bend and Misha- waka City Directory, constituting the issue for 1921, is herewith presented. The volume represents a careful enumeration of the residents and business interests of the two cities and as careful a, compilation of the result. The work has had the advantage of the unrivaled resources, facilities and organization of the publishers, who are leaders in this class of publications. Their imprint on hun- dreds of Directories is a guarantee and assurance of excellence., completeness and reliability. A City Directory being in modern business and social life an absolutely essential work of reference, it is meet that such a work should be produced by an organization whose efforts are entirely devoted to the publication of directories, as advantage is taken by them of all modern methods and improve- ments in directory production, thus making it possible to render the best directory service.

The Directory embodies several distinctive features, as follows:

THE BUYERS' GUIDE, printed on tinted paper and included in pages 45 to 132; also lettered pages, opposite page 868, contain the advertisements and business cards of the more progressive firms in South Bend and Mishawaka, classified according to lines of busi- ness. This feature is one of exceptional value to the buyer. "The Directory is the common intermediary between buyer and seller."

THE MISCELLANEOUS DEPARTMENT, pages 25 to 43, include important data concerning city and county officials, public and pirvate institutions, banks, cemeteries, churches, courts, hos- pitals and homes, libraries, schools, newspapers, parks, public build- ings, halls, postofRce, railroads, secret and benevolent societies and other information relating to every civic and social activity in the territory covered by the Directory.

THE STREET AND AVENUE GUIDE AND DIRECTORY OF HOUSEHOLDERS extends from page 133 to page 236.

THE ALPHABETICAL LIST OF NAMES of citizens, business firms and corporations is embraced in pages 237 to 788.

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THE CLASSIFIED BUSINESS DIRECTORY is included in pages 789 to 868; this feature of the Directory shows the various manu- facturing, mercantile and professional occupations alphabetically arranged under headings appropriate to the class of business pursued.

THE MISHAWAKA CITY DIRECTORY will be found on pages 869 to 1028, the alphabetical list of names of citizens and business interests, Street and Householders' Guide and Classified Business Directory of Mishawaka being compiled in the same order as the South Bend Directory.

STATISTICAL

ACCURATE HGURES ABOUT SOUTH BEND

Furnished by South Bend Chamber of Commerce

SOUTH BEND is located 86 miles east of Chicago at a point where the St. Joseph River, one of the most picturesque streams in America, flowing down from Michigan, makes its "south bend" and turns northward to the Great Lakes. It is the county seat of St. Joseph County as well as its largest city. Altitude: 722 feet.

Area: (City proper) 15.74 square miles- Assessed valuation: $133,012,420. Bonded debt: $1,433,500. Births: 1,870 for 1920.

Building operations: More than 600 houses erected during sum- mer of 1919; 632 houses erected in 1920. Valuation of 1920 permits, $4,609,071.

Churches: 63, several missions; all leading denominations.

City Library: Nearly 52,000 accessioned volumes, with a circu- lation of nearly 300,000 during the last year.

Clubs: Country Club with buildings and golf course, Indiana Club, Knife and Fork Club, Rotary Club, Lions Club, University Club, Federated Women's Clubs and Fraternal Organizations, Y. M. C. A., Y. W. C. A., Kiwanis Club, Chamber of Commerce, American Legion and other veterans' organizations, Boy Scouts of America, Adver- tising Club, Automobile Club, Press Club and Engineers' Club.

Deaths: 982 for 1920.

Education: 18 grade public schools, $450,000 High School, voca- tional school, 12 parochial schools, conservatory of music, three business colleges, free night schools, with Notre Dame University and St. Mary's Academy two miles north of the city. Children in public schools, 11,718.

Financial institutions: 11 banks and trust companies, with total deposits $21,667,155.34; total capital stock, $2,661,700; total surplus and undivided profits, $1,575,317.07, and total clearings for 1920, $97,495,626.

Farms: In the heart of the largest mint producing area in the world. High-bred live stock center. Numerous truck farms produce Tegetables for Middle West cities.

Hospitals: Two hospitals, County Infirmary Orphans' Home.

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Hotels: Oliver, 245 rooms; Jefferson, 120 rooms; nine smaller hotels.

Industries: Over 200 distinct products are turned out by 250 establishments, involving $70,180,000 invested capital, with annual wages of $31,072,000, and producing annually $75,180,000 in manu- factured goods.

Newspapers: News-Times morning, evening and Sunday; cir- culation, daily, 17,000. Tribune evening, circulation, 17,500. Sev- eral weekly publications.

Population: 70,983 (1920 census); rate of increase (1910-1920), 32.2 per cent.

Postal service: Government building; 10 postal stations. Win- dow service at main office from 7:00 a. m. to 8:00 p. m. Gross receipts for the calendar year ending December 31, 1920, $415,- 236.57; amount received for money orders issued, $1,398,493.55; amount of money orders paid, $906,090.19; Postal Savings Deposi- tory, with $113,169 deposits; area served with city mail delivery, 14 square miles; 8 rural routes; 114 employees; 32 mails received daily; 30 mails dispatched daily; 4 mail deliveries in business dis- trict and 2 in residential sections daily; 9 collections in business section daily; 4 automobiles; 2 motorcycles and 1 mail wagon; screen wagon service, with three motor trucks.

Power, light and gas: St. Joseph River, developing 25,000 hydro- electric horsepower from four dams in this vicinity, most of this power available for South Bend. Power rate, $1.00 per month per horsepower attached, and 1.1c to 6c per kwh; rate for commercial lighting, 31/2C to 8V2C per kwh; rate for residence lighting, 4c to 8y2C per kwh; gas rate, $1.25 per 1,000 cubic feet.

Parks and playgrounds: Ten parks, with an acreage of 366; ten playgrounds under direction of Municipal Recreation Committe, with 19 instructors and directors.

Public safety: Fire department, 9 stations. 94 men, motorized equipment; police department, 82 men and one policewoman, three men in health department, superintendent of police and fire alarms, humane officer, police ambulance, auto patrols and motorcycle squad.

Social service: Federation for Social Service, supporting 11 charitable and philanthropic organizations.

Streets: Total length of streets, alleys and avenues in city limits, 228.65 miles; total length of street pavement, 1041/0 miles: lighted by 1,501 i)ublic lights; main streets illuminated by boulevard cluster lights; 601 arc lights are used, 514 tungsten, and 289 cluster lights.

Tax rate: $2.16 per hundrod. covers city, county, school and state; assessment basis. 100 per cent; city valuation for 1920, $131,- 004,540.

Telephone: liuliiin.i Hell nianual exchange; 6,587 stations; average calls per day. 60.000; long distance calls per day, 3,500. Direct connection with New York, Chicago, San Francisco and inter-

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mediate points. Automatic exchange, 3,987 stations connected with six exchanges; total average calls per day, 48,000.

Theatres: Oliver Opera House, plays best road companies and occasional high-class movies; Orpheum, Keith circuit vaudeville; Blackstone Theatre; eight motion picture houses.

Transportation: Seven steam roads Lake Shore; Grand Trunk; Michigan Central; Pennsylvania (Vandalia) ; Illinois division of the New York Central; New Jersey, Indiana and Illinois; Lake Erie and Western, entering the city from Indianapolis over the tracks of the C. I. & S. Electric lines; Chicago, South Bend and Northern Indiana; Chicago, Lake Shore and South Bend; Southern Michigan. These lines provide service between this city, Chicago, and Indian- apolis, and important points on the shore of Lake Michigan. Steam and electric roads provide 180 trains daily, 90 in and 90 out. Excep- tional freight facilities over main trunk and division lines connect- ing with practically every road centering in the Chicago district.

Water supply: The city's water supply is drawn from about 100 artesian wells; plant valuation, $1,800,000; normal pumping capacity for 24 hours, 24,000,000 gallons. South Bend drinks and puts out fires with pure, cold, sparkling water that is the envy of less fortunate cities. The water rate is 90 cents per 1,000 cubic feet, meter rentals 30 cents; sliding scale for large users of water. Num- ber of fire hydrants, 1,085.

POPULATION

The United States census of 1920 gave South Bend a population of 70,983. These figures represent an enumeration taken nearly two years previous to the issue of this edition and only show the enu- meration of residents of the city proper (that is within corporate lines), but do ont include those of the outlying suburban districts, which are included in the enumeration for this Directory, as the residents of such districts are one with South Bend in social and business affiliation and they are for all practical purposes of iden- tical interest. In estimating the population of a municipality of the character of South Bend, which is chiefly industrial, the publishers adopt the multiple 21/2 to account for women and children who are not enumerated, which multiple is found to be conservative, and applying it to 31,798, the number of individual names in this Direc- tory, it is ascertained that the population of Greater South Bend is 79,495.

AUTOMOBILE MANUFACTURE

The new factory of the Studebaker Corporation at South Bend, a plant which is declared by officials of the corporation to be the most modern automobile manufacturing establishment in the world, was officially opened in June, 1920, with the city of South Bend observing a public holiday in honor of the event.

The buildings have a total floor space of 1,206,799 square feet. A further idea of the huge proportions of the plant may be had from the following dimensions of some of the larger buildings: Sub-

INTRODUCTION

assembly, 192 by 528 feet; stamping department, 183 by 528 feet; machine shop, 425 by 576 feet, and forge shop, 161 by 742 feet.

THE SOUTH BEND CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

The South Bend Chamber of Commerce is a live organization which has had much to do with the progress of the city and is responsible for its more modern tendencies. It is representative of the commercial, professional and industrial interests of the city and had its inception in a desire to promote the vital interests of the city. It has been behind every forward movement for civic and economic betterment, and has achieved success in all lines of endeavor in that direction. The Chamber invites correspondence by home-seekers and those looking for industrial locations.

DIRECTORY LIBRARY

In the Chamber of Commerce Building, 216-218 West Colfax ave- nue, a library of City Directories has been established by the pub- lishers, where, through the courtesy of the officials of the Chamber, it is open for free use of patrons. From time to time other Direc- tories will be added, and as new editions appear they will replace the older ones. A cordial invitation is extended to all subscribers to the South Bend City Directory to make use of the library whenever information is desired concerning an individual, firm or corporation located in another city.

MUNICIPAL PUBLICITY

Advertising South Bend

Copies of this Directory are placed by the publishers in Direc- tory Libraries, which are maintained in all the larger cities of the country, where they are readily available for reference use by the public. There they serve as perpetual advertisements of South Bend, for business men the country over realize that the City Directory represents the community as it really is.

R. L. POLK & CO.,

Compilers and Publishers.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

SOUTH BEND

Abbreviations 237

Alphabetical List of Names 237

Banks and Bankers 30

Building and Loan Associations 31

Cemeteries 35

Churches 37

City Officials 27

Classified Business Directory 789

Clubs 36

County Officials 25

Educational 32

Fire Department 27

Hospitals, Homes and Asylums 37

Labor Organizations 43

Miscellaneous Information 26

Miscellaneous Societies 35

Museums 34

Newspapers and Periodicals 34

Office Buildings and Flats 34

Playgrounds 37

Police Department 27

Post Office 30

Private Schools 32

Public Halls 34

Public Library 34

Public Parks 35

Public Schools 32

Railroads 35

Secret and Benevolent Societies 40

Street and Electric Railways 42

Street Guide 877

United States Officials 25

Ward Boundaries *. 29

MISHAWAKA

Alphabetical List of Names 901

Banks and Bankers 872

Building and Loan Associations 872

Buyers Guide __ opp 868

Cemeteries 872

Churches 873

City Officials 870

Classified Business Directory 1017

Clubs 873

Educational 871

Fire Department 871

Hospitals, Homes and Asylums 872

Miscellaneous Information 870

Police Department 870^

Parks 872

Post Office 871

Public Buildings, Halls, etc 872

Public Library .' 872

Public Schools 871

Secret and Benevolent Societies 874

Street Railway Lines 875

Street Guide 877

Ward Boundaries 870

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INDEX TO ADVERTISERS

Page Adler Bros right bottom lines and 72

Aetna Cleaners '^

Ahlering Louis I w^. "^^

Albright F A & Son 66

Alderson J L. »*

Alemite Co of South Bend 48

Andrews F S 102

Artificial Ice Co -•-•. ^0

Associates Investment Co

_ ; left side lines and 54

Ault Camera Shop left side lines and 106

Auto Radiator Co 54

B B Cleaners The. right bottom lines and 70

Bagby Photo Co 107

Beck Wm H^

Beehler Adam J ^^

Berman Joe °*

Better Processed Letter Service

left side lines and 102

Beyrer John & Sons Roofing Co 116

Blosa Music Studio 80

Bondurant Philip E 113

Bowsher N P Co The 99

Braunsdorf W J & Son 107

Brehner Electric Shop. •........._..• .••

right side lines and s2

Breskin Wall Paper Co 128

Brown Motor Supply 54

Brunswick Shop

107

Bucher C E Supply Co 129

Bugbee. Schock & Jackson 46

Builders' Supply & Specialty Co 67

Building & Loan Association of South

liend top stencil edge and 68

Campbell Paper Box Co 105

Carlin W H 95

Central Electric Co, left bottom lines and 81 Chamberlin Metal Weather Strip Co....

. .left top and right bottom lines and 130

Chambers & Crowe 46

Cheal Beauty Parlor 65

Chelminick Lawrence 128

Citizens National Bank, front cover and 59

Citizens Trust & Savings Bank 91

City Lumber Co right top lines and 96

City Window Cleaning Co 131

Clauer Calvin Co 93

Cohn I'hillip ■• 108

Colfax Furniture Exchange.. 118

Colies Paint Shop 55

Colip Bros 82

CoUmer Frank Jr 55

Colpaert Realty Corp. . .left top lines and 113 Columbia Uattcry Co, right side lines and 55

Comfort Shop The 65

Community Coal Co 72

fVinniTvatlve Life Insurance Co of

America. right top lines and 91

Crum Chas W & Son .^.^^.^.^. .^^^^^ - .^-^^ ^ ^ .^

Curwln L B 47

Davlea laundry & Cleaning Co.

left side lines and 94

DefrecH'c'H loft top lines and 72

Deka Leo 74

Direct Advertlsmcnt Co i"-

Page

Downing & Brown _.^ 123

Draganits Ernest 122

Duf enbach Alfred B Ill

Dunnahoo Hughi P. .right top lines and 92

Eagle Furniture Co 85

Eckler Henry Lumber & Mfg Co 76 and 98

Edwards Iron Works 121

Edwards Wm B 126

Elaborated Roofing Co

left side lines and 117

Elliott Wm G, left top corner cards and 92 Ellsworth Store The \

right bottom lines and 78

Farmers Trust Co, right top lines and 60 Farneman & Tasher Motor Co

front edge and 49

First National Bank of South Bend

front cover and 60

Franklin Motor Car Co 55

Garland T S & Co ^. 94

Gilman M E 66

Golubski A J 49

Gos-Geyer-Ross Co back cover and 61

Greenan L E Agency, right side lines and 92

Grummell Supply Co 74

Guarantee Pllumbing and Supply Co....

107 and 108

Gyuryzik John 75

Hager Harvey L. .left bottom lines and 108 Hagedorn & Webster. right side lines and 50

Happ Wm right side lines and 114

Hardy L P Co 95 and 110

Harris L G Insurance Agency 92

Hastings Realty Co

right side lines and 112

Haynes Sales & Garage Co

left top corner cards and 48

Healy W D ! 114

Herr & Herr Co 104

Hibberd Printing Co

right bottom lines and 111

Hinkle W R Inc

loft toi) and right bottom lines and 50

Ilohan O D 119

IIollingswiorth-Turner Co

front cover end 90

Hutchins E M 119

Hy-Way Service Co 56

Indiana Luml)er Co.. left top lines and 96

Indiana Roofing Co 117

Indiana Window Shade Co 131

Iiigleright Realty & Building Co 114

Inter City Transfer Co

left bottom lines and 124

Ireland Transfer Co 124

JjKolisoii-Peterson-PcJtz & Kaufer. . . . 100 Jan III Sobleskl Building & Loan Assn.. 68

Jefferson Hotel 89

Kablos Lunch Room

ribbon, back cover and 116

K.-11,M- U S 118

Kiz.r IJob.Tt C & Son 93

Kline Electric Co 82

Knoblock * Martin, .right top lines and 73 Kosolusako Building & Loan Assn.... 69

Kovach & Klsh 114

K rakow Department Store 78

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Page Krleghbaum Hiram C. bottom edge and 125 Landon Drug Co

right top corner cards and 77

LaSalle State Bank 61

Lauber J C & Co 119

Lee Clarence E 129

Liberty. Garage 56

Loehr H L Decorating Co 105

Lontz Bros left top lines and 73

Lower I W Decorating Co

left top lines and 105

Luther Joseph A 108

McCready Construction Co. 76

McGrath M J 109

McHenry Wm K 115

Maher Ernest B 109

Martin J D Machine Co 99

Martin Ross J 56

Matson John M 129

Maurer Wm & Co 3

May Harrison L 56

Mendez F L & Co Inc right side lines

Merchants National Bank

right top lines and 62

Meyer August J 84

Meyer G E & Son, right side lines and 87 Michigan Av Lumber Co

left side lines and 97

Miller A L 75

Moore Jerry 125

Moran S D &, Son

left bottom lines and 81

Morrow R C Gowns 122

National Lumber Co 97

Nemeth Peter ^ 126

New Jersey Transfer Co 125

Niemier Michael' I. .right top lines and 119

Nikart Auto Sales 57

Northwestern Finance Co 57

O'Brient Varnish Co 127

Oltsch George J 106

Oriental Inn .^ 116

Paris Dry Cleaning Co

right side lines and 71

Peoples State Bank, right top lines and 63

Perkins Glue Co 86

Platner Garage Co Bl

Powicki S & Co 59

Prest-O-Lite Storage Battery Co......

left bottom lines and 57

Public State Bank ..'..' 63

Quality Shoe Repair Co 120

Rainbow Transfer Co, left top lines and 123

Reed & King 47

Reimold F C & Co 87

Reliance Pharmacy 78

Renwick R L & Co 100

Ries Furniture Co right side lines

Robertson Bros Co left bottom lines

Rose Schuyler front cover a,nd 74

Roth Prank J 76

Rummel John right side lines and 85

Rush O H 118

Safe Cabinet Co of Marietta, 0 118

St Joseph Abstract & Title Guarantee

Co left bottom lines and 46

St Joseph County Loan & Savings Assn 69

St Mary's College & Academy 79

Sax Chas B & Co left top lines

Schubert Ed 71

Schuell Chas M 94

Security Loan Co 95

Seifert Bros 128

Shawhan R G 57

Sherwood & Sherwood 70

Slutsky Samuel 109

Smith & Smith, left top corner cards and 70

Smogor A & Sons 75

Smogor Lumber Co, right top lines and 98 South Bend Asphalt Roofing Co 117

Pag©

South Bend Awning Co 58

South Bend Boiler Works 67

South Bend Brewing Assn

left top lines and 66

South Bend Business College 80

South Bend Carpet Cleaning & Weaving

Co 69

South Bend Creamery Co 77

South Bend Electric Co 82

South Bend Engraving & Electrotype

Co left side lines and 83

South Bend Foundry Co 84

South Bend Hat Bleachery 88

South Bend Ignition Co 58

South Bend Lathe Works 94

South Bend Lumber Co

back cover and 98

South Bend Marble & Tile Co 99

South -Bend News-Times ,

right bottom lines and 103

South Bend Portrait & Frame Co 110

South Bend Spark Arrester «o 86

South Bend Spring Wagon & Carrige Co 127

South Bend State Bank 64

South Bend Supply Co 101

South Side Hardware Co 87

Stahr Shoppe 65

Staples-Hildebrand Co

left top lines and 67

Staples-Nelson Double Wall Co 77

Steh John & Co, right bottom lines and 126

Steinhart E W South Bend Co 51

Stuckman Predk A 64

Studebaker Corp.... left side lines and 52

Superior Motor Sales Co 58

Swarts Madam Beauty Parlor 65

Szmyd George 71

Taylor Jay L, left bottom lines and 109

Taylor Tire Shop 52

Thomson & McKinnon 121

Tire Surgeon's Shop 53

Toth State Bank, right top lines and 64

Turnock Ben & Co . . ^ 110

Tuttle Corp The, left side lines and 104

Twentieth Century Garage

backbone and 53

Union Trust Co back cover and 62

Van Aiken Studios 102

Varga M J 120

Vargo Alexander 76

Voigt & Bradford 115

Walter's French Dry Cleaners 71

Wandel George W 126

U'^arner Warehouse Co

right side lines and 129

Weiss-Muessel Co, right Isde lines and 100

Welfare Loan Society 63

Wells Mfg Co 83

Wentland-Horne Co, left side lines and 111

Werwinski Ignatius K 120

West Side Milk Co. 101

White Welding Co 130

Wilkinson & Emmons 58

Williams Thomas 110

"Williston Construction Co 106

Wolter Ella B 86

Wood H A Realty Co 112

Woodworth Storage & Transfer Co.... 121

TN^orden Realty Co 115

Wyman George & Co .^

right bottom lines and 79

Yellow Cab Co back cover and 122

Zellers Machine Shop 99

Zeltner Hardware Co 88

Zimmer-Dambacher & Co 124

MISHAWAKA

Barnard C L & Son G

Citizens Finance Co . . . .^^ D'

Claeys Bros Transfer Co !•

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Page

CUark's Laundry & Dry Cleaning Co . . H

Cobeirt Joseph O

Cole & Baird _. ..right side lines and P

Colpaert Realty Corporation

right center lines and K

Distler John C J

Finch Auto Livery B

Finch Undertaking Co L.

Prank Lumber & Coal Co I

Groves Tire Shop C

Herzog & Anderson E

Hinkle W R Inc C

Independent Tank Lines

left center lines and I

Lang O E & Co G

Magrames Wm & Co E

Page

Matz & Forstbauer ._^ C

Mishawaka Battery Service C

Mishawaka Cafe & Restaurant H

Mishawaka Top Shop 68

Mishawaka Trust & Savings Co ^.

left bottom lines and D

Perkins Corporation P

Roy Charles Co K

Schindler A J & J W

left center lines and K

Stark Realty Co.. right center lines and K

Stirman Walter B I

Temple Theatre ^•_. L

VanRie Aloys A H

"Werner Charles H . . ^ . ^ J

Wilson John W..left bottom lines and E

POLK'S

South Bend City Directory 1921

MISCELLANEOUS SECTION

UNITED STATES OFFICIALS

Circuit Justice of the Seventh Judicial Court Kenesaw M Landis.

Judges of the United States Circuit Court Francis E Baker, Samuel Alschuler.

Judg'e of the United States District Albert B Anderson, Indianapolis.

United States District Attorney Fred- erick VanNuys.

United States Marshal Mark Storen.

Terms of the United States Circuit and District Courts First Tuesday In May and November.

United States Commissioner of Deeds Ignatius K Werwinski, 1044 W. Divi- sion.

Collector of Internal Revenue M Bert Thurman, Indianapolis.

Board of Pension Examiners Meets fourth Wednesday at Dr J A Varler's office. 135 South Lafayette Street; Dr J A Varier, President; Dr A J Boswell, Secretary; Dr Charles Stoltz, Treas- urer.

United States! Weather Bureau Station established 1893. Located three miles southwest of Court House. Elevation approximately eight hundred feet above sea level. Daily telegraphic re- ports to station at Chicago and month- ly reports to department at Washing- ton, D C. Charles Swain, local weather observer. Elevation of South Bend approximately 726 feet above sea level, at the corner of Michigan and Wash- ington.

DIRECTORY OF STATE OFFICIALS (Elective)

Governor Warren T McCray; term ex- pires January, 1925.

Lieutenant Governor Emmett F Branch; term expires January, 1925.

Secretary of State Ed Jackson; term expires December 1, 1922.

Auditor of State Wm G Oliver; term expires December 1, 1922.

Treasurer of State Ora J Davles; term expires February, 1923.

Attorney-General U S Lesh; term ex- pires 1, 1923.

Superintendent of Public Instruction Linneus N Hines; term expires March 15. 1923.

Clerk of Supreme Court Patrick J Lynch; term expires January 1, 1923.

Reporter Supreme Court Will H Adams; term expires January 13, 1923.

Geologist William N Logan; term ex- pires January, 1923.

JUDGES APPELLATE COURT

Term of each, four years; salary of each,

$6,000. Chief Judge Ethan A Dausman. Associate Judges Ira