some of the hotels of table rock
December 2, 1882; Lindsley House, Proprietor C. G. Parrish. "Free conveyance to and from the house." "Good sample rooms for commercial travelers." (This is the large, old stone house on Luzerne, several blocks west of the Square:
February 3, 1893: The Commercial Hotel, Proprietor William Tipton. "Good grub and a good bed." "Come in and see me when you want a square meal or anything else in our line."
May 10, 1900, The City Hotel and Restaurant, May 10, 1900:
May 24, 1900: The City Hotel and Restaurant, Proprietor Captain R. P. Jennings. "Best accommodations $1 per day." "Fruits, tobaccos, cigars, and confectionaries."
The Lincoln, built circa 1917. It now houses the Senior Center.