This is a Partial List of Jerome County's Early Occupations and Businesses.
Blue Lakes Ferry April 1905 owned by I. B. Perrine
North Side News November 12 1908 owned by John D. Nims Jerome
Jerome Lodging House & Restaurant 1907 owned by I. B. Perrine Jerome
First School in Jerome 1908
Cemetery Jerome 1907
Boomerang Saloon in 1907 owned by Lume Huggins Jerome
Jerome Post Office Aug 24 1907
Cement Block Works by 1909 Jerome
Milling & Elevator Company by 1909 Jerome
Four Attorneys by 1909 Jerome Adam B. Barclay, Henry M. Hall, William A. Peters, Jere C. Martin
Three Physicians by 1909 Jerome Dr. E. D. Piper, Dr. O. E. Henning, Dr. J. F. Schmershall
Two Veterinarians by 1909 Jerome Dr. George Bloom, Robert P. Smith
Stageline owned by I. B. Perrine Jerome
North Side Inn 1909
Callen Livery Stable Jerome
Jerome Co-operative Creamery Jerome 1915
Jerome Pickle Works Jerome 1916
Calvary Episcopal 1909, Jerome First Baptist Church 1910, Arcadia Church 1910, Lutherans, The Christian Science Society 1918, Presbyterian Church 1908
Blacksmith in Hazelton was John Lindsay
Livery Stable in Hazelton owned by Dave Robinette
Hazelton Hotel built in 1912 by Riplon Land Co.
Genral Store owned by W. S. Dunn 1911
Hard-Ware Store owned by Henry Ayres 1911
Lumber Yard owned by Riplon Land Co.
First Segregation News established by W. C. Abbott 1917
First Presbyterian Church Minnister was Rev. W. L. Strange
Hazelton State Bank 1914
Creamery owned by Charles Hart 1911
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