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Full text of "Johnson's Urbana-Champaign, Illinois city directory"

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COMMISSION MERCHANTS 

OUR PRICIS ARE NOT TOO HIGH, 
NOT TOO LOW, v^ 
BUT JUST RIGHT. 

We Want Your Business and Will Give You Our Best Attention. 

CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. 

L. K. HOWSE &, COMPANY 

CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS. 

( INCORPORATED.) 

MANUFACTURERS AND REPAIRERS OF 

MACHINERY. 

Jobbers of Supplies for 

Ga$, mater, Steam and Plumbing. 

ALSO, THRESHERS' OUTFITS AND DEEP-WELL GOODS. 

CHAMPAIGN MACHINE ^ SUPPLY CO. 

WALNUT AND SECOND SOUTH STS., 

CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 






THE UXIVEKSITY 

or Kimois 

U«KA«Y 



JACOB BUCH, 



Police Magistrate 

''' Notary Public. 

COLLECTION AGENT. 

Agent for the North German Lloyd Steamship Line. 

CHAHPAIGN, ILL. 

NICOLET & CO., 

BICYCLES, 
SUNDRIES AND 
REPAIRING. 

26 North Neil Street. J. G. NICOLET, Manager. 

CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS. 
Phobnix Phonb ii9. 

BEWARE OF 

DIRECTORY FRAUDS, 

THIEVES, 

AND BORROWERS. 



TUeXER & WAKEMAN'S 

CHAMPAIGN AND LIRBANA 

CITY 

DIRECTORY 



EMBRACING AN ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED LIST OF BUSINESS FIRMS 

PRIVATE CITIZENS, AND A MISCELLANEOUS DIRECTORY; — ALSO 

UNITED STATES, STATE, COUNTY AND CITY OFFICIALS, A LIST 

OF SCHOOLS, CHURCHES, SOCIETIES, LODGES, ETC., 

TOGETHER WITH A STREET GUIDE AND 



A COMPLETE CLASSIFIED BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



JAMES R. POURIE, SUPT. COMPILING. 

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TUCKER & WAKEMAN, DIRECTORY PUBLISHERS, 

150 NORTH STATE STREET, CHICAGO. 



BLUE ISLAND, ILLINOIS: 

JOHN W. WESTON PRINTING HOUSE, 

1898. 



ABBREVIATIONS. 



agt agent 

asst assistant 

ave avenue 

bet between 

bkkpr bookkeeper 

bldg building 

blk block 

carp carpenter 

C.C.C. & St. L....Big Four R. R. 

elk. clerk 

cor corner 

dept department 

Dr doctor 

E. or e east 

emp employed 

e. s east side 

I. C. R. R Illinois Central R. R. 

lab .... . laborer 

mfg manufacturing 

mfr manufacturer 

mgr manager 

N. or n north 

n. e north east 

nr near 

n. s north side 

n. w north west 

opp opposite 



opr operator 

P. O post office 

pres president 

prin principal 

prof professor 

propr proprietor 

pubr publisher 

r resides 

Rev .Reverend 

S. or s South 

s. e south east 

sec secretary 

s. s south side 

supt superintendent 

St street 

s. w south west 

tel. opr tclegrapii operator 

trav. agt traveling agent 

treas treasurer 

U. of I University of Illinois 

V. pres vice president 

\V. or w . . west 

Wab. R. R Wabash R. R. 

wid widow 

wks works 

w. s west side 

etc etcetera 



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Tucker & Wakeman's Champaign Directory 



CHAMPAIGN STREET GUIDE, 



Ash. 

Second w. of Fourth from Washing- 
ton n. to city limits 

Bailey. 

First s. of University ave. from Neil 
e. to Market 

Beardsley. 

Fourth n. of Big Four Railroad, 
from Neil e. to Market 

^ Blooming:ton Avenue. 

o First n. of Beardsley from Neil nw, 

«5~~ to city limits 

"" Buckeye. 

First w. of Prospect ave. from Uni- 
versity ave. to White 

Chalmers. 

-^ Fifth s. of Springfield ave. from 

Neil e. to city limits 

Champaign. 

Third e. of Neil from Market n. to 
city limits 

Charles. 

Third s. of Green, from Neil w. to 
Prairie 

Chestnut. 

First w. of I. C. R. R., from s. city 
limits to n. city limits 

Church (East). 

^"^ Second n, of University ave., from 

First e. to Wright 

Church (West). 

Second n, of University ave., from 
Neil w. to city limits 

Clark (East). 

^ First s. of University ave., from ist 

^1^ e. to Wright 

Clark (West). 

^^ First s. of Univeriity ave., from Neil 

w. to beyond New 



Columbia (East). 

First n. of Washington, from Neil 
e. to Wright 

Columbia (West). 

First p. of Washington, from Neil 
w. to Harris ave 

Daniel. 

Fourth s. of Springfield ave., from 
Oak e. to Wright 

Elm (North). 

Fourth w. of Neil, from University 
ave. n. to Vine 

Elm (South). 

Forth w. of Neil, from University 
ave. s. to John 

Eureka (East). 

First n. of Tremont, from Neil e. to 
Market 

Eureka (West). 

First n. of Maple, from Randolph 
w. two blocks 

Fifth (North). 

Second w. of Wright, from Univer- 
sity ave. n. to city limits 

Fifth (South). 

Second w. of Wright,from University 
ave.s. to city limits 

First (North). 

First e. of Locust, from University 
ave. n. to Washington 

First (South). 

First e. of Locust, from University 
ave. s. to city limits 

First South. 

Second s. of Main, from Neil e. to 
First 

Fourth (North.) 

Third w. of Wright, from Univer- 
sity ave. n. to ci ty lirr.its 



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Fourth (South). 

Third \v. of Wright, from I'niver- 
sity ave. s. to citv limits 

Fremont. 

Second e. of Neil, from Main n. to 
Washington 

Green (East i. 

Seconds, of Springfield ave.. from 
Neil e. to Wright 

Green (West). 

Seconds, of Springfield ave., from 
Ne'l w. to Prospect ave 

Grove. 

Third n. of Washington from Fourth 
e. to Wright 

Harris Avenue. 

First \v. of Lynn, from Columbia n. 
to city limits 

Healey (East). 

First s. of Springfield ave , from 
Chestnut e. to Wright 

Healey (West). 

(Formerly Thomas ave.) 
First s. of Springfield ave., from 
Neil w. to Prospect .ive 

Hickory. 

First e. of Neil, from Main n. to 
city limits 

Hill (East). 

First s. of Washington, from First 
e. to Wright 

Hill (West). 

First s. of Washington, from Neil 
w. to Prospect ave 

Jefferson. 

First n. of Springfield ave., from 
Neil e. to Market 

John (East). 

Third s. of Springheld ave., from 
Neil e. to Wright 

John (West). 

Third s. of Springfield ave., from Neil 
w. to Prospect ave 

Locust. 

Second e. of Oak, from First South 
s. to city limits 



Lynn (North). 

Fifth w. of Neil, from L'nirersity 
ave. n. to Vine 

Lynn (South). 

Fifth w. of Neil, from University 
ave. s. to John 

Main. 

Third n. of University ave., from 
Neil e. to First 

Market. 

Second w. of 1. C. R. R., from 
Springfield ave. n. to city limits 

McKinley Avenue. 

First w. of Prospect ave., from 
Church n. to Patton ave 

Maple. 

Seventh n. of University ave., from 
Neil \v. to Prairie 

Neil. 

Central dividing line e. and w., 
from n. city limits to s. city limits 

New. 

Sixth \v. of Neil, from University 
ave. s. to John 

Oak. 

First e. of 1. C. R. R., from Vine s. 
to city limits 

Orangfe. 

First n. of Havana Line, from Pros- 
pect ave. to McKinley ave 

Park (East). 

First n. of University ave., from 
First e. to Wright 

Park (West). 

First n. of University ave., from 
Neil w. to Prospect ave 

Patton Avenue. 

First n. of W. Eureka, from Harris 
ave. w. to city limits 

Pine. 

(See Wheaton ave.) 

Poplar. 

First w. of Fourth, from Washing- 
ton n. to city limits 



Tucker & Wake.man's Champaign Directory. 5 



Prairie (North). 

Third \v. of Neil, from Church n. 
to Maple 

Prairie (South). 

Third w. of Neil, from University s. 
to city hmits 

Prospect Avenue. 

Eighth w.of Neil.from John w.to city 
limits 

Randolph (North). 

First w. of Neil, from University ave 
to Bloomington ave 

Randolph ( South 1. 

First \v. of Neil, from University 
ave s. to city limits 

State (North). 

Second w. of Neil, from University 
ave n. to Bloomingion ave 

State (South). 

Second \v. of Neil, from University 
ave s. to city limits 

Second (North). 

Second e. of Locust, from University 
ave n. to Washington 

Second (South). 

Second e. of Locust, from University 
ave s. to John 

Second South. 

Second s. of University ave, from 
Neil w. to First 

Sixth (North). 

First w. of Wright, from University 
ave n. to Grove 

Sixth (South). 

First w. of Wright, from University 
ave s. to city limits 

Springfield Avenue (East ). 

Fourth s. of University ave. from 
Neil e, to Wright 

Springffield Avenue (West ). 

Fourth s. of University ave, from 
Neil w. to city limits 

Stoughton. 

Third s. cf University ave, from 
First e. to Wright 



Taylor. 

First s. of .Main, from Neil e. to 
Market 

Third (North). 

Third e. of Locust, from University 
ave n. to W^ashington 

Third South. 

Third e. of Lojast, from University 
ave s. to John 

Third (South). 

Fourth s. of University ave, from 
Neil e. to First 

Thomas Avenue. 

(See West Healey) 

Tremont. 

First n. of Maple, from Neil e. to 
:\Iarket 

Union. 

First s. of White, from Eltn \v. to 
beyond Lynn 

University Avenue ( East ). 

(Central dividing line north and south.) 
From Neil e. to Wright 

University Avenue (West). 

( Central dividing line north and south.) 
From Neil w. lo Prospect ave 

Vine (East). 

Second n of Washington, from Neil 
e. to Wright 

Vine (West). 

Second n. of Washington, from Neil 
w. to Prairie 

Walnut. 

Third e. of Neil, from Second South 
n. to city limits 

Washington (East). 

Fourth n. of L^niversity ave, from 
Neil e. to Wright 

Washington (West). 

Fourth n. of L'niversity ave, from 
Neil w. to Lynn 

Water. 

First e. of Oak, from Main s. to Third 
South 



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Wheaton Avenue. William. 

First w. of New, from White s, to First s. of Green, from Neil w. to 

city limits Prairie 

White (East). Willow. 

e , r IT •» t .„ Third s. of University ave, from Neil 

Second s. of I niversity ave, from ,, , 

f . .1X7 u. e. to Market 
r irst e. to Wright 

Wright. 

White (West). Eastern boundary line dividing 

Second s. of I'niversity ave, from Champaign and Urbana from north 

Neil w. to Prospect ave to south corporate limits 



BEWARE OF 

DIRECTORY BORROWERS 

AND 

ADVERTISING FRAUDS. 
cunn; ;ros.. 

Drug; 
Chai ilinois. 



wn. FKiCE ^Estate) r^'-'-^rfr:/"'''" 



John Price, Mgr. i6 N. Neil St., Champaign. ) The House and Villa Mixed Paints. 

Tucker & WakExMan's Champaign Directory. 7 

TO FIND A NAME YOU MUST KNOW HOW TO 

SPELL IT. 



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CHAAAPAIGN CITY DIRECTORY.^ 

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JAA\E5 R. POURIE, SUPT. COi"1 PILING. 



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF NAMES. S^ 
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Abbott. W. G. agent, r. y2> N. Neil ^^ 

Abernathy, A. W. (x^bernathy & Stafford), r. 305 E. White -^ _ 
Abernathy, J. M., painter, r. 612 Grove j i 

i\bernathy; Mat, driver, r. 612 E. Grove SS« 

Abernathy, R., sig-n and carriage painter, 115 E. Univers- 
ity ave, r. 11 7/^ E. University ave 
Abernathy & Stafford, (A. M. Abernathy. F. W. Stafford) 

props. Grand Studio, 105 W. Park 
Abernathy, W. M., painter, r. 206 E. Clark 
Ackers & Wilson (S.T.Curtis, mgr.), furniture, stoves 

and carpets, 18 N. Walnut 
Acton. Patrick, lab., r. 6i^^ N. Market 
Adams, Charles, plasterer, r. 407 N. Neil 
Adams, C. W., brickmason, r. 314 S. Prairie C T^ 

Adams, F. E., student, r. soi S. Wright 



Dr. D. H. Shafer, 



DENTIST. 

Teeth extracted without pain. 
121 Main St...Champaign. 



l'n»(^»n»RArf^TT real estate 

J iiV^li Iv «JV^W 1 1 , LOANS AND INSURANCE. 

^ o 21 main street, bell phone 177. champaign 

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S§ Adams, Miss Grace, music teacher, r. :;o; W. Hill 

—I—; 

^9- Adams, Jesse, machinist, r. 109 W. William 
J^ Adams. John, lab., r. 506 E. Columbia ave 
^g Adams. Mrs. X. D.. n 307 \V. Hill 

I Adams. .Sanuiel, pla^^terer, r. 407 X. Xeil 
t=3!^ Adams, William, br.ckmason, r. 314 S. Prairie 
^ — ^ Adams, William. Jr.. lab., r. 314 S. Prairie 
^■^Ahern, John, saloon, 40 Main, r. 310 W. Hill 

Ahrens, Henry (Miebach & Co.), r. 205 S. Xeil 

Ahrcns, Henry A. (White Swan Saloon), r. 49 W. INIain 
(2/Q Ahrens, Henry C retired, r. 212 E. University ave 

Ainsworth. J. T., retired, r. 709 W. Park 
[ I AiiT^wrn-fb W. p., student, r. 709 W. Park 

^ Xlhi-prlir William, butcher, r. Commercial House 

All)erts. W. M.. lineman, r, i i i E. Springfield ave 
C 1 Albriofht, Miss Anna E., teacher, Xorth l^ast School, r. 
^~:; 302 I^. University ave 
r , . Albrii:;ht, PVank, butcher, r. 106 N. Eirst 

Alexander Lumber Co. (John B. Weeks, mgr.), 69 N. 

^^ Walnut 

^^.\llen, Henr)^ retired, r. 206 W. Eureka 
oot=c Allen, Xathan, lab., r. ;2 X. Hickory 
°°^^ Allen, William, retired, r. 730 X. Randolph 

-^ Alpha, Tau Omega, 30 X. Xeil 

I I I Alsip. R., lab., r. cor. Ash and E. Washington 
PQ Alvord, Clarence Walworth, instructor History and Mathe- 
; * matics. Preparatorx- .School, University of Illinois, r. 608 
^g^ E. Clark 

^Alward, Miss Elizal)t;ih, saleslady, r. 202 W. WHiite 
CO Alward, Miss L. A., millinery. Walker Opera House bldg., 
r. 202 W. White 

'^ Tackett & White REAL ESTATE 

lUl^neil a VWIlim, loans and insurance 

Phoenix* Phone 127. 49 North Market Street. CHAMPAIGN, ILL 



m. t Goffman 



REAL ESTATE 

a and Insurance. Loans on City and Farm 
Property. 9 Main St., Champaign. 



Tucker & Wakeman's Champaign Directory. 9 ^^ 

Alyea, Clarence J., compositor, r. 509 W. Clark IJ^ 

Alyea, Mrs. S. F., wicl,, r. 509 W. Clark ^ys 

Ambrose. Miss Nellie, teacher, r. 316 S. Prairie 

American Express CO.JAV. Waters, agt., Main and I.C.R.R. g© 

Andersen, Christ, 'lab., r. Third and Healey 

Anderson, A. W., lab., r. 505 N. Poplar ^2 

Anderson, Mrs. Caroline, wid., r. 304 W. William k^ 

Anderson, Charles, lab., r. 204 E. Church ;^p 

Anderson, James, lab., r. 306 W. William 

Anderson, Julius, wks. Beardsley Hotel, r. same 

Andrews, E. A., painter, r. 309 E. White 

Andrews, Mrs. S. A., wid., r. 309 E. White 

Angel, Frank (Picknell & Angel), r. 105^ W. Washington 

Angel, Mrs. PVank, cashier, r. 105 ^/^ W. Washington 



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Anheuser-Busch Brewing Association (, Frank E. Matheny, ^ ^ 

mgr.),i6 Oak Q) ^ 

Ankrum, W. E., insurance agt., r. loS S. Randolph Z r-h 

Antique Sample Room, Thomas Coffey, propr.. 51 Main^ ^ 
A. O. U. W., Twin City Lodge No. 397, Kariher blk. ^ 

Appleing, John, wagon repairer, r. 633 S. State ^ fjj 

Arenz, Henry, salesman, r. S. Neil 3 o 

Arms, Richard, lab., r. 704 N. Randolph ™ p 

Armstrong, C. E., salesman, r. 709 S. Fourth H/^ 

Armstrong:, Edward (J. N. Armstrong & Sons), r. 409 and Q ^ 

409^^ E. University ave I P 

Armstrong, J. L. (Mgr. John Armstrong's shoe store), r. ^ p_^ 

709 S. F'ourth -Q ,__^ 

Armstrong, John, prest. Citizens' Bank, r. 709 S. Fourth ^ ^ 

Armstrong:, James N. (J. N. Armstrong & Sons),r. 409^5 

E. University ave • P 

Armstrong:, J. N. & Sons (J. N. Armstrong, Luther Arm- o 

ITIQi n. TREVETT, pickwIcTbTcycues 

28 MAIN STREET, CHAMPAIGN, ILL. and BORN STEEL RANGES. 



S. C. TUCKER, ; ^"'J^' : DRUGGIST. 

106 E. UNIVERSITY AVE., CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 

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stroncr. Edward Armstrongs). Grocers. 409-411 E. Uni- 
versity ave 

'^ Armstrono, J. \V., l)kkpr.. r. 3 i i E. Green 
g Armstrong:, Luther E. (J. X. Armstrong 8c Sons), r. 409- 
^ 409/^2 E. I niversity ave 

Arnold. Miss Sarah, r. 808 \V. Church 
Jj^ Arnott, Miss Frances, millinery. 59 N. Neil. r. 204 \V. Park 
^ Arrington. Eugene E.. machinist, r. t,^ N. Hickory 
• Arrino-ton, Harry S.. tailor, r. ;i Hickorv 
^^ Arrington, J. T., conductor. I. C. R. R.. r. 107 W. Thomas 
ave 
^ Arrington. J. M., carp., r. 204 W. Healey 

Arrington, M. J. elk.. I. C. R. R.. r. 3} N. Hickory" 



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00 Arthur. Miss Cora. r. 107 W. White 
Arthur, Miss hannie. r, 107 W. White 
ZJ Ash, John, lab.,r. 805 N. Poplar 
jO - Ashcraft, Mrs. Harriet, wid.. r. 727 N. Randc»lph 

LIT 

mQ.z Ashcraft. H. S.. contractor, r. 306 S. State 
y) J° Ashcraft. J., contractor, r. 306 S. State 
^ Ashcraft. L. J., contractor, r. 306 S. State 

Ashcraft. William, conductor, r. 727 N. Randolph 
Aspern, Mrs. H. T.. wid.. r. 207 W. University ave 
^ Ater, Albert, salesman, r. 501 E. Stoughton 

Atkinson, Donald Sam, student, r. no W. University ave 
Atkinson. !{.. gardener, r. 406 E. Stoughton 
Atkinson. Mrs. Harriet, wid.. r. 406 E. Stoughton 
Atkinson, S. P. (S. p. Atkinson & Co.). r. no W. Uni- 
\('rsit\- a\e 

QQ Atkinson, S. P. & Co., Marbleworks. 71 N. Neil 
Atwood. Eula. dressmaker, r. 109 W. \'ine 
• Austin. J. A., conductor, r. 401 S. First 



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Dallenbacli & Boyle, 



DIAMOND MEAT MARKET 

TiLfHONE Sweet 16 Bell aso Phoenix. 
41 NEIL STREET, CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



C. A. Besore, 



Coal, Lime, Plaster, Cement, 

AND BUILDING MATERIAL. 

211-213 N. Market. 'ilinnRS 9 a'(!409. Urbana, III. 



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Avenue Building: School (May Collier, pnn.), cor. Lynn t^ 
and University ave *^ 

Avery. L., fireman, r. 25 \V. Main 

Ayre, J. V., retired, r. 820 W. Church 

Ayres. E. R. (E. R. Ayres" Wagon \\^orks). 408 N. Neil. (^J 
r. 106 W. Washinofton ^ 

JDABB, John, retired, r. 706 \V. Springfield ave '^ 
Bacon, Mrs. A., wid., r. no \V. White 

Bacon, G. N., wood finisher, r. no W. White o > 

Bacon, Noah, painter, r. 1 10 W. White 2 D 

Bacon, T. M., furniture, r. 308 S. Randolph ^ J 
Baddeley, Charles H. (C. H. Baddeley, Champaign; Bad- H. g 

deley & Barton, Urbana), Department Stores, 73 to 77 sl ^ 

N. Neil, r. 211 W. Vine I g 

Baddeley, T. J., with C. H. Baddeley, r. 206 W. Vine fg^ 

Baer, Benjamin (Eichberg & Baer). r. 612 W. Church ^^ ^ 

Bagley, Mrs. B., wid., r. 405 E. Park ^^ 

Bagley, James, lab., r. 405 E. Park |'^- 

Bagley, John, lab., r. 405 E. Park q.§ 

Bagley, Thomas, lab., r. 405 E. Park 'i^f 

Bailey, Albert, driver, r. Beardsley and city limits g*3 I^ 

Bailey, Bartley, lab., r. 109 N. Charles ^ >i 

Bailey, C. A., carp., r. 601 N. Market ^If 

Bailey, Carlos, lab., Beardsley and city limits |-i» 

Bailey, C. C, plumber, 30 W. Main; r. in Urbana P? 

Bailey, Mrs. David, wid., r. s. e. cor. Elm and Hill P* 

Bailey, Edward, pres. Champaign National Bank, r. 606 ^ Q 

W. Church ^ I 

Bailey, Fred, asst. cashier Champaign National Bank, r. § B, 

606 W. Church ^ H 



Manhattan Dyeing and Cleaning Works^ 

'Phone Phoenix 152. 30 WALNUT STREET CHAMPAIGN ILL. 






KnomltoD & Bennett, 



Oruggists 

\Ne lead in every line we carry 

'Phones: Phoenix45i, Belliio. 

URBANA, ILL. 



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O Bailey, Jackson, plumber, r, 206 N. First 

rr\ l)ailey. John, carp., r. 411 N. Neil 



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Hailey, John, carp., r. Heardsley and city limits 
^ Bailey, William, lab., r. Beardsley and city limits 
nj Bailiff, L. F., student; r. 509 E. White 
^ Bainum, F. (Martin 6v: Bainum). r. 204 W. Springfield ave 
^ Bainum C. S. (Keel, Bainum &. Co.) architect, 34 N. 
*> Neil. r. 317 S. Randolph 
>^ Bainum, F. E. (Martin & Bainum), r. 204 \V. Springfield ave 
Bainum, H. J., door-keeper Walker Opera House 
I^ainum, J. H., contractor, r. 207 W. Springfield ave 
•■^ Baird, Margaret, tailoress, 21 W. Main, r. 310 S. Neil 
13 . Baker. Charles, fireman, r. 112 E. White 
^ .Sf Baker, C. R., agt. Singer Sewing Machine Co., r. 502 E. 
c I* Green 

♦g 2 Baker, Emma E., saleslady, r. 312 W. Washington 
o^ Baker, E. L, lab., r. 511 S. Prairie 

♦. Baker, F'red (Baker & Matheny), r. 308 E. Church 
>^Baker, G. L. (Baker & Turnell), r. 208 S. Neil 
r^ leaker, Horatio, student, r. 702 W. University ave 
G Baker, H. W., retired, r. 702 W. University ave 
^ Baker, Ira Osborn, prof. Civil Engineering, University of 
>*• Illinois, r. 702 W. University ave 
Baker, John, barber, r. 112 E. White 
Baker, John. r. 715 W. Church 
y\ l)aker. Thomas, retired, r. 715 W. Church 
^O Baker & Turnell (G. L. Baker & Harry Turnell). pianos, 
'^ij organs, sewing machines, etc., 14 W. Main 
^ Baker, V., ice dealer, r. 312 W. Washington 
^►sBaker, W., physician, r. 701 S. Wright 

m'^ Baker's Ice House. I. C. R. R. tracks and Third South 
T_/ I-/ tw/ftTT/^ r r\r\ U.^F, l>I.A'.ST[:l? AND CHMFNT, 

PLA^Sinu P/\I?IS, HAIR, 
/XN'I) ISUII.DIMCi /VX/nCRIAL. 
'Phones: Phoenix 77, Bell i67. S.-E. Cor. University Ave. and Market, CHAMPAIGN 



W. W. WILLS \ CO. 



'" WILLIS' f.^"w^T Table Linens 



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Balding, Miss Belle, housekeeper, r, 2 ii \\ . \ ine ^^ 

Baldwin, A. B., barber, ^-jy. \V. Main, r. loi E. Clark j^ 

Baldwin, C. M., brakeman, r. 510 E. Green \^ 

Ballinger, Edward, barber, r. 81 E. Main pj 

Ballinger, J., bookbinder, r. 105^4 W. Park JjQ 
Baltzell, Simon, farmer, r. 608 S. Randolph 

Balyour, Mrs. Mollie, wid.. r. 102 E. Washington Op 
Bangs, Alonzo, driver, r. 1211 \V. University ave 

Banta, W. H., barber, r. 95 N. Walnut }rT^ 

Banta, William, barber, r. 204 Walnut ^-H 

Barber, Sam, carp., r. 608 N. Neil \^ \ 

Barber, William M., carp., r. 608 N. Neil ^ 
Barhydt, Mrs. Mass Mary, wid., r. n. s. Church and w. ^^ 

city limits fXl 

Barker, John, retired, r. 715 \\\ Church ^ 

Barker, Thomas, retired, r. 715 W. Church ^ 
Barlow. L. L. carp., r. 208 N. First cj 

Barnard, Mrs. E. H., wid.. r. 307 W. Vine 3 2 

Barnes, Mrs. B. T.. wid.. r. los S. Fifth %f 



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Barnes, M. A., elk., r. 732 N. Neil JS | 

Barnett, B.. salesman, r. S. Neil §^? 

Barry. Thomas, civil engineer, r. 313 S. Prairie * p- 

Barthel. J. F.. cigarmaker, r. 106 E. Church S^ 
Bartle. John, bartender, r. io5 E. Church 

Barde. Mrs. M.. wid.. r. io5 E. Church 1-4 
Barton, Herbert Jewett, prof Latin Language and Liter- |^ 

ature, University of Illinois, r. 406 W. Hill |^| 

Barton. W. C, barber, r. 301 New \^ 
Bash, I. G., switchman, r. 201 E. White 
Bassett, E. T., salesman, r. 507 W. Columbia ave 
Bassett, Fred, carriage maker, r. 308 N. \'ine 



Spalding's $2 Shoes 



for Men and Women combine the 
best service with all the style of 
higher priced footwear. 

19 MAIN STREET, 

CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



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m mm mill and elevaior, FLourFEED; ieYl. etc. 

Telephone No. 158 Central- 
Established A. 0. 1850. R. T. Robinson, Proprietor. l_J I=? 13 A. r^ A. , II I 

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■ 1 < l);lssct^ I-'red W'.. carriai^e maker, r. 308 W. Vine 

, sikissett, V. W., retired, r. 604 H. Clark 

r* i|)assett, M. \\., salesman, r. 204 S. r^ourth 

„ Baum. Mrs. Rlanch, wid.. cor. Fourth and Healey 
c 
!^ ol)aiim. Mrs. M. .S.. wid. r. son S. r'ourth 

^ I.: Baumj^^artener. V. P., carp., r. 634 .S. .State 

rij ° iJaumc^ardner, (i. Ci.. veterinary surgeon, r. 6 E. Tnivers- 

3 ity ave 

^ w Ikixter. John, merchant police, r. 603 E. \'ine 

f^ K Beach. Mrs. A., wid., r. 726 \V. University ave 

^ Beach, B. C. ( B. C. Beach c^ Co ), r. 70J \V. Church 

y'w Beach, B. C. & Co. (I^. C. Beach, mgr.) Grain and coal. 50 

CI - X.I lickory 

5-1 ^ Beach. C. B.. bkkpr., r. 504 W. Columbia ave 

c/3 •" Beam, Artluir. fireman, r. 404 \V. White 
J5 Beam. Harry, student, r. 404 \\\ White 

P)eam. facol). Champaign ciry policeman, r. 404 W. White 
^S BeardSley, A. L., treas. Champaign Machine and Supply 
Q^ Co.. r. 007 W. University ave 

'^ P)eardsley, E. J., i)hysician, 15 W. Main, r. cor. Hill and 
mmJ Prosp(^ct ave 

^ Beardsley, Geor§^e F., Real Estate, Bonds and Mortgages; 
^^ prcs. Champaign Tile Factory, 39 Neil, r. 607 W. Uni- 
^^ versity ave 

A Beardsley Hotel, The, Charles B. Hatch, propr., n. w. cor. 
^^ Xeil and 1 I ill 

^^ Beardsley, John W.. sec. and mgr. Champaign ]\Iachine 
^^ and Supply Co., r. 607 W. University ave 
^ Beardsley Park,}uu-eka to Beardsley, Champaign to Walnut 
^^ Beasley, C. A, motorman. r. 207 E. Hill 
^^ Beattv. George, liorse dealer, r. 20^ W. Uni\ersitv ave 

■■Hi '_ ^^ ^1^ ; 

^^ .Ai*^*^i^^^**tA^N^^ wants everybody to try the famous 

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i Use the House and Villa Mixed Paints. 
John Price, Mgr. i6 N. Neil St., Ctiampaign. j The Best on Earth 

Tucker & Wakeman's Champaign Directory. 15 

Beatty, S. L., porter, r. i W. Main 

Beatty, W. C, boarding house, r. 25 W. Main 

Beck, Mrs. Ida, wid., r. 634 S. Randolph 

Beck, WilHam, retired, r. 803 W. Springfield ave 

Beck, W. T., machinist, r. 407 E. Springfield ave 

Becker, Rev. Bernhard, pastor German M. E. Church, 

r. 206 S. Third ^^ 

Becker, Fred, saloon, r. 308 E. Church 

Becks. W.,lab., r. 602 N. Poplar ^ 

Bedell, Oscar, teamster, r. 105 W. Charles g" 

Bedwell, Emery H., salesman, r. 505 Daniel — 

Bedwell, Miss May, operator Phoenix Telephone Co., r. j>.c3 

505 Daniel caS 

Beerbohm, George, tailor, Gulick Tailoring Co., r. 105 W. ^-o 

Hill ^S 

Beers, Mrs. C. H., wid., r. 313 S. Randolph »*- 

Beers, John, pres. John N. Beers Loan Co., r. 619 W. Park^"^ 
Beers, John N. Loan Co., Real Estate Loans and Insur-^^ 

ance, 37 N. Walnut ^3 

Behrens, Henry, r. 15 E. Springfield ave 
Bell, James, pastor, r. 605 E. Vine 
Bell, J. v., retired, r. 308 E. University ave 
Bellinger, John, bookbinder, r. 105;^' W. Park 
Bender, Ora L., elk., r. 602 S. Randolph 
Bender, Samuel G., pipe fitter, r. 602 S. Randolph 
Bennett, Mrs. H. A., wid., r. 206 W. White 
Bennett, H. S., freight agt. I. C. R. R., r. 617 W. Hill 
Bennet, Mrs. Mary S., wid., r. 701 N. Randolph ""^ 

Bergan, Nicholas, retired, r. Commercial House _3^ 

Berkey, David, retired, r. 724 N. Randolph ^^ 

Berks, Henry W., land and title examiner, r. 506 W. White 

Dr. D. H. SHAFER, l^^fpiri Dentist. 

12>^ MAIN STREET, CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



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REAL ESTATE 

LOANS AND INSURANCE 

21 MAIN STREET. 
BELL PHONE 1 77. CHAMPAIGN 

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P l)(jrnier, Samuel 1'., elk., r. io8 S. Neil . 

m l)erry, William T.. braktmian. r. 104 E. Church 

Hd Bethel A. M. E. Church, Rev. P. C. Cooper, pastor, s. e. 

p^S cor. Park and I'ourth 

gp Het/, R. R., teamster, r. 512 S. Neil 

1-1^ Bez, Mrs. Carrie, wid., r. 204 E. Stou<rhton 

[J{J P)ialeschki, A. ¥., blacksmith, P^irst South, bet. Watctr and 

PMrst, r. cor. Hill and P'ourth 

^u w Bialeschki, Albert, blacksmith, r. 312 P2. Washington 

^JIZ. Biddell, Oscar, teamster, r. i i i W. Charles 

J P)id\vell. Emory, elk., r. 505 E. Daniel 

^ Bidwell, INIiss Mae, telephone operator, r. 505 E. 1 )aniel 

Ou !>ien, Mrs. Aucrusta, wid., r. yy N. Neil 

J=f-i l)ierbaum. G. V., tailor, r. 212 W. Vine 

^g l^)ierly, J. R.. retired, r. 833 W. Church 

Wc/) liiirelow, Edward, bkkpr. Daily News. r. 709 W. Hill 

^Q P)irdsell, Arthur, plumber, r. 503 E. University ave 

d^ l)irdsell, Mrs. E. E., wid., r. 503 PI. University ave 

0^ I)irdsell, E. I)., retired, r. 506 E. University ave 

§§ i^irdsell. Ed., lab., r. 610 W. Union 

W< |^.irdse]l, P. A., elk., r. 610 \V. Union 

_,_, P)irdsell, P>ed H., elk., r. 312 W. Columbia ave 

Birdsell, Walter, elk., r. 503 E. University ave 

^ P)irkholz, Ma.x R., elk., r. 202 E. Stoughton 

^ P)irkholz. R.. painter, r. 202 E. Stoughton 

^Z5 P)irkley, Miss Rena. dressmaker, r. 503 E. Healey 

1^^ l)ixby. Mrs. H. V., wid,, r. 312 S. Prairie 

?^ Bixby, W. A., gen'l supt.. Gas Plant. Urbana & Cham- 

♦ paign Railway. Gas and Electric Co., r. 305 S. Neil 

^^ P)lack. William, retired, r. 506 W. Washington 

)la(k, W. W.. stud(*nt, r. 604 V.. lohn 

REAL ESTATE 

LOANS AND INSURANCE. 

4y N. Walnut Street, CHAMPAIGN. 

PHOENIX 'PHONE 127- 



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Oj. t Goffman, 



REAL ESTATE 

and Insurance. Loans on City and Farm 
Property. 9 Main St., Champaign. 



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Blackburn, Miss Ella, hairdresser, r. 406 E. Park jJJJ 

Blackburn, Mrs. E. V., wid., r. 406 E. Park ^ 

P)lacker, F. E., painter, r. 301 E. Stoughton 
Blachley, Dr. F. L., Champaign Sanitarium, r. Champaign p© 

Sanitarium 
Blaine, Miss Alice, kindergarten teacher, Urbana, r. 825 ^H 

W. Church i" 

Blaine, Boyd S., elk., recorder's office, r. n. w. cor. Spring- ^^ 

field and Prospect aves ^^ 

Blaine, Harvey, retired, r. 827 \V. Church ^^ 

Blaine, James, retired, r. n. w. cor. Springfield and Pros- J^ 

pect aves ^^ 

Blaine, J. H., retired, r. 825 \Y. Church 

Blaine, S. A., collector First Nat'l l)ank, r. 201 W. Church ^ 
Blair, Miss Allie, saleslady, r. 212 W. Washington p 

Blair, Mrs. A. A., wid., r. 212 W. Washington 0) |_. 

Blair, Miss Minnie, seamstress, Gulick Tailoring Co., r. 2 [2 ^ w 

W. Washino;ton > P 

Blaisdell, Edw., barber, r. 22 N. Walnut Z fv 

Blaisdell, F. A., barber, r. 505 Mathews ave CD tTJ 

P>laisdell, L. E., propr. Palace Barber Shop, r. 47 W. Main-g ^ 
Blaisdell, O. H., driver, r. 504 S. Randolph n ^ 

Blaisdell, Otis, barber, r. 504 S. Randolph _l v^ 

Blake, J. E., oil dealer, r. 606 E. University ave " f^ 

Blanchett, William, fireman, r. 103 N. Market -r P 

Blank, Mrs. C, wid., r. 404 E. Columbia ave > p_^ 

Blaske, Mrs. M., wid., r. so6 E. Vine | h-h 

Bleichner, John, lab., r. 55 S. Chestnut > to 

Block, William, retired, r. 301 N. Third Q ^ 

Blue, P)ert, engineer, r. 210 E. University ave ^ ^ 

Bluth, Miss Lizzie, waitress. The Beardsley, r. same o 



Thos. H. Trevett, 



Large Stock of Guns, Revol- 
vers, Ammunition, Etc 

28 MAIN ST., CHAMPAIGN. 



i C. TUCKER, -'HSr- DRUGGIST. 

8 Tucker & VVakeman's Champaign Directory. 



iodine. Miss Carrie, teacher, Avenue Huilding School, r. 

927 W. Church 
iodine, Miss Laura, bkkpr., r. s.s. Church and w. city limits 
iodine, Milton, retired, r. s.s. Church and w. city limits. 
Boes. Mrs. Carrie., cook, r. (.09 E. University ave 
ioice, Levi Augustus, elk., registrar's office, University of 

Illinois, r. 30 E. Healey 
doling, J. N., conductor, r. 101 W. University ave 
Pollen, Noah, laborer, r. 508 V.. Stoughton 
tollman. Miss A. C, teacher, r. 408 N. Third 
tollman, Fred, retired, r. 408 N. Third 
ioneham. Miss Myrtle, compositor, r. in Urbana 
iongart, Arthur C, telegraph messenger, r. 307 E. White 
iongart, C. A., elk., r. 602 \i. Stoughton 
iongart. Miss Emma, saleslady, r. 307 E. White 
iongart, P^rank, photographer, r. 307 E. White 
»ongart, Frank, printer, r. 307 E. White 
iongart, Michael, blacksmith, r. 307 E. White 
iongart, Mrs. P., saleslady, r 507 E. Stoughton 
Conner, Mrs. A., wid., r. 207 S. Wright 
Conner, Con., peddler, r. 108 E. University ave 
Conner, Miss Jennie, operator, C.U.T.Co., r. 207 S.Wright 
Conner, Miss Kate, saleslady, r. cor. White and Wright 
ion Ton Bakery, The (Harry Picknell ^ F. Angel), 6;^ 

N. Neil 
looker, Mrs. C. B., r. 619 W. White 
looker. Miss Ethel, teacher, r. 619 W. White 
looker, Kate, teacher, East Side School, r. 619 W. WMiite 
Book(T, Miss Lucile, student, r. 619 W. W^hite 
>order, Miss Mae, dressmaker, r. 3 1 1 E. Washington 
iowen. B. W., elk., r. 40'.) E. Park 



Dallenbach & Boyle, 



DIAMOND MEAT MARKET 

TeiiPHOM Sweet 16 Bell anu Phoenix. 
41 NEIL STREET, CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



C. A. Besore, 



LUMBER. SASH, DOORS, AND BLINDS. 
COAL, LIME, BUILDERS' SUPPLIES, ETC. 

211-213 NORTH MARKET. 
•Phones 9 and 409. URBANA, ILL __^ 

; ^ 

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Bowen, Miss Marguerite, bkkpr., r. 409 E. Park >^ 

Bowen, Miss P. (McGraw & Bowen), r. 409 E. Park ^ 

Bowers, John, lab., R. 504 E. Grove "^ 

Bowers, Louis, lab., r. 502 N. Fifth P? 

Bowles, Jacob, conductor, r. 308 S. Prairie ~~^ 

Bowles, Robert, foreman Gazette, r. 308 S. Prairie ^ 

Bowles, Mrs. Sarah A., wid., r. 308 S. Praire /^^ 

Bowman, Fred, carpet weaver, r. 207 E. Church (^ 

Bowman, Mrs. Mary, wid., r. 307 S. Prairie ^ 

Bowman, Miss Ray, bkkpr., r. 307 S. Praire "^ 
Bowsher, C. A., prest. The Bowsher Tellurian Co., r. 201 _^ 

W. Green, Urbana "* 

Bowsher Tellurian Co., The, c. A. Bowsher, prest, 14 || 

W. Main %> 

Boyce, L. A., elk., r. 30 E. Healey o :^ 

Boyd, F. A., carpenter, r. 307 E. Hill ' 

Boyd, Miss Fannie, dressmaker, 59 N. Neil, r. 307 E. Hill .jL 

Boyd, Miss Lizzie, dressmaker, r. 307 E. Hill >-i 

Boyd, R. R., carp, r. 406 W. Green ^ 

Boyer, J. T., painter, r. 318 S. Neil ^ 

Boyer, Maurice, compositor, r. 318 S. Neil -t^ 

Boyer, Mrs. M. M., wid,, 403 S. State "^ 

Boyle, Miss Annie, bkkpr., r. 404 E. Church ["71 

Boyle, Frank, driver City Fire Dept., r. 404 P2. Church ^ 

Boyle, John, chief F'ire Department, r. 41 N. Neil ^ 

Boyle, John, Diamond Meat Market (Dallenbach & Boyle), C? 

r. 404 E. Church ( r) 

Boyle, John, capt. Hose Company Champaign Plre Dept., — | 

r. 204 E. Church Q 

Boyle, M. R., lab., r. 103 N. Market < 

m 
Manhattan Dyeing and Cleaning Works^ 

Thone Phoenix 152. 30 WALNUT STREET CHAMPAIGN, ILL 



KNOWLTON& BENNETT, S^i;^ST! 

'Phones: Phoenix 451, Bell 210. URBANA, ILL we carry. 



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«i& S I^oyle, Patrick, foreman Fuel Dept. I. C. R. R., r. 404 E. 

3^'S- Cliurch 

^y, Boyle, Patrick. Jr., meat cutter, r. 404 I^. Church 

^.^ B. P. 0. E. Club Rooms, 39 N- ^'^il 

g J Pradley, 1. P.. bkkpr., r. 736 N. Neil 
^^ Pracly, E., carp., r. 512 S. Elm 

ii lirady. W. M., barber, 16 First South, r. 61 i W. White 
P)raf,'-_(^'-, Jolm \\'.. wagonmaker, r. 728 N. Randolph 

Braithwaite & CleavelancK R.W. Hraithwaite, j. W.cieave- 

I ^ land), proi)rs. Champaign X'eterinary Hospital, n. e. 

►g^rs cor. Washington and Hickor)- 

^ ^^ Braithwaite, Edward, clerk Phe Beardsley, r. same 

Je"? Braithwaite, Dr. R. W. (P)raithwaite t^ Cleaveland). r. 205 

.fl "^^ W. Washington 

.S^.| Ikamer, Adolph. lab., r. 503 N. P'irst 

1^^ P)ramhall, R. R., lab., r. 612 W. Hill 

3^^ Pramwell, R. Louis, porter, r. 87 N. Walnut 

M Branch, Thomas A., dairyman, r. 610 S. State 

I . Branch. Mrs. X'iola, wid., r. 51 1 E. Healey 

^S l^ranch, W. L.. retired, r. 610 S. State 

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^-S Brandekamp. .Stephen, painter, r. 407 E. X^ine 

*^ Brandenburg, A., retired, r. 308 E. Hill 
^ Brandenburg. C, lab., r. 308 E. Hill 
^ Brandenburg, Mrs. P211a, wid.. r. Z109 N. Neil 
^ Brandenburg. \X\ E., cigarmaker. r. 308 P). Hill 
^ Brandt, J., propr. Manhattan Dying and Cleaning XX\)rks, 

^^ r. 30 X. Walnut 
K^^^ l)ranham. Charles, brakeman, r. 1 16 E. I'niversity ave 
;_ Brankey, J. C, grocer, 36 Main, r. 705 W. Church 
Ch I^raten, A., retired, r. ^07 E. Hill 

i)razier, l^Mward, engineer, r 106 X\'. Thomas a\e 






HARdT AND 'sOFf COAL W W WAI 8fl CO 

Delivered to an parts of the C.ty, "• "• ., , r u a M dT iM, ' 

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\A/II T TQ SELLS BEST GLOVES AND LACES 
VV ILLIO IN CHAMPAIGN. 

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Brenke, William Charles, asst. Mathtmiatics University j^ 

of Illinois, r. 506 S. Fifth um^ 

Brewer, W. M., cook The Beardsley, r. same u-j 

Brewster & Starzinger (W. H. Brewster, O. J. Starzin- "J^ 

ger), Twin City Meat Market, 415 E. University ave /^ 
Brewster, W. H. (Brewster & Starzinger), r. 313 E. Clark ^^^ 
Bridges, Lyman H., salesman, r. 303 S. Neil ^^ 

Bridges, Miss Monnie, saleslady, r. 303 S. Neil 
Bridget, Jack, lab., r. 405 E. Park |TJ 

Bridget, Jim, retired, r. 405 E. Park ^ 

Bridget, Thomas, bartender, r. 405 E. Park T^ 

Bridler, Miss Gertrude, r. 315 S. State ^^ 

Brinkman, August, lab., r. 511 E. Columbia ave -^S 

Brinkworth, Mrs. M. A., wid., r. 412 W. Church Ifjf, 

Broadwaters, Miss Caroline, housekeeper, r. 301 N. Third "• 
Broadway, The, H. D. & B. F. Stoltey, proprs , Boots and,_,_ 

Shoes, lOQ E. University ave bl 

Brogan, John, lab., r. 205 N. Third X .? 

Bronson, S. A., agt. C, C, C. & St. L. R. R., r. Carter g^^ 

House >ovS. 

Brooks, Miss Belle, saleslady, r. 505 E. P^lm Z ^ 

Brooks, Miss Carrie, r. 103 W. Williams ^ 

Brooks, Clem, carp., r. 103 W. Williams '^ 

Brooks, C. J., carp., r. 103 W. Williams ^^w 

Brooks, C. J., foreman G. R. Petty & Co., r. 3 Thomas ave HP" 
Broshar, Miss Cornelia, teacher, r. 108 W. Church ^{ 

Brosher, Edward, fireman I. C. R. R., /. 106 W. Thomas M 

ave "^ 

B. of R. T., W. C. Pierce Lodge No. 271, Kariher blk O 

Broumwell, Harry W., bootblack, r. 87 N. Walnut ^ 

BrOWer, R. P., city engineer, r. n. w. cor. Park and New |j(| 



Spalding 



Gives you full value fur your money, whether you buy a 

$1.00 or $5.00 Pair of Shoes. 
19 Main Street, CHAMPAIGN, II L. 



IH[ URBAIIA MILL UNO ELEfAIOR, FLouFFEETMEfiL etc. 

Telephone No. 158 Central. 
Established A. D. 1850. R. T. Robinson, Prop. LJF=?r3 ArvIA, II_1 

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1 < Brown, Alfred D.. painter, r. 65 S. Chestnut 

y-^ 2 I^rown, Clay. cook. r. 406 E. Clark 
5 J p)rown, Frank, elk., r. 411 \V. University ave 
^_. Brown, F. M., freight rate inspector, r. 411 W. University 
fTj g ave 
to ^ Brown, John, retired, r. 306 N. Fifth 

W z B)rown, John, Jr., butcher, r. 207 K. Park 
n3 ti Brown, Mrs. Kate, wid., r. 212 K. Clark 

(y/ ^ Brown. Louis A., lab., r. 42 N. Hickory 
♦^" Brown. L. S.. emij. Central Union Tel. Co.. r. los^ W. 
o 5; Park 

ty^ ^ P)rown, Milton, fireman, r. 6ocS E. Springfield ave 
*3 ^ Brown, Mrs., chambermaid The Beardsley. r. same 
g ■" r.rown. S.. lab., r. 507 N. Oak 



Brown, Seely, architect, r. 41 i W. University ave 

"^ I^rown. \^, pressman, r. in I'rbana 

^ Brown. William, r. 36 N. Neil 

^^ Brown. William, retired, r. 502 E. University ave 

Qg I)rown, William A., carp., r. 502 E. University ave 

-^5f Browne, George S., teamster, r. 506 E. While 

1^ Brownell. C. I)., salesman, r. 205 S. Lynn 

C^ Brownell, O. I)., lab., r. 507 S. Randolph 

l)rumwell, Harry, porter, r. N. W^alnut 

^O Brunswick .Sample Room, Fred Baker and Barnum Math- 

I— cn\-. proprs., 53 \\\ Main 

S Brush, Capt. Daniel Harmon, prof Military Science and 
^SI Tactics. University of Illinois, r. 509 W. University ave 

"^^ Brya, Gus A., retired, r. 508 S. State 

^ l)rya. A. F., retired, r. 508 S. State 

fi- Bryan, A. H., lawyer, 25 W. Main. r. 401 W. University ave 

^ Bryant, Charles H. ( Bryant & McConney), r. 404 W. Clark 

VISIT T "XT" T\7r^ T ^°'^ prices lower than the lowest 

^.^^ J^* V ♦ iVianSpeaKer^ imported and Domestic Table 
Delicacies at pleasing prices at MANSPEAKER'S GRCXERY. Both 'Phones 97. 



Wn. FKICE ^Estate) r^'"'-'Jt:t'"'"- 



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Bryant & McConney (Charles H. Bryant and Porter D. 

McConney), hardware and stoves, lo W. Main 
Buch, Frank, harnessmaker, r. 38 N. Hickory 
Buch, Jacob, poHce magistrate, City bldg., r. 125 E. Uni- 
versity ave 
Buch, John J., driver, r. 38 N. Hickory 
Buch, John J., tailor, r. 38 N. Hickory ^< 

Buch, William, butcher, r. 38 N. Hickory "^ 

Buck, L. D., r. 32 N. Neil "^ 

Buckles, H. R., retired, r, 603 S. Randolph ^ 

Buckles, William P., fireman I. C. R. R., r. 603 S. Randolph «^ 
Buckley, Miss Lizzie, r. 213 E. Hill 

Buckminster, Ernest, porter Doane House, r. i 20 E. Uni- z= 
versity ave c=^ 

Buckminster, Mrs. Josephine, chambermaid, r. 120 E. Uni- 03^ 
versity ave ^^ 

Budd, Mrs. Rachel, wid., r. 207 N. Third ^.^ 

Buell, G. M., retired, r. 507 E. Springfield ave w,-^ 

Bunch, Taylor, lab., r. 412 E. Columbia ave CIT 

Burch, Mrs. Mary A., wid., r. 408 W. Clark £3 , 

Burch, William, butcher, r. 38 N. Hickory 
Burcham, James H., electrician, r. 505 N. Walnut 
Burgess, C, conductor I. C. R. R., r. 513 S. Neil 
Burk, M. v., carp., r. 723 N. Neil 
Burke A. M. (Lawder&. Burke), r. 601 W. Clark 
Burke, Eugene, student, r. 702 W. Springfield ave 
Burke, John S., retired, r. 203 N. First 
Burke. Mrs. P. E., wid., r. 702 W. Springfield ave 
I^urke. P. J., engr. I. C. R. R., r. 11 Springfield ave 

Burnham Athenaeum, 306-308 w. Church CTR 

Burnham Block, 16-18 w. Main 



Df. D. H. ShafeF, 



DENTIST. 

Teeth extracted without pain, 
\2i Main St...Champaign. 



lon-i^-n-ffArmr real estate 

• J 11 Vy 11 IV •JV^W 1 1 , LOANS AND INSURANCE. 

21 MAIN STREET, BELL PHONE 177. CHAMPAIGN 

J~; 24 Tucker & Wakeman's Champaign Directory. 
t^ u) Burnham, The Julia F., Hospital, n. w. cor. Sprinc:field 

-J z ;ivc. and Fifth 

<j I Burnham, Robert D.. real estate, i6 Main. r. 720 \V. Uni- 

IL 

y_^ - versity ave 

O f Burris. L., retired, r. 201 W. Columbia ave 

(J S Burr, E. M. (Robinson & lUirr), r. 306 W. Washington 

^ lUirris, vS., retired, r. 403 E. Daniel 

^ bj l>urry, Thomas, civil engineer, r. 313 S. Prairie 

lu > J)urton, L. C, stonecutter, r. 507 W. Union 

5 Burton, W. D., retired, 511 E. Green 
;d ^ Burwash. C. L. (Ireton & Burwash) 813 W. Churcli 
c« Q. lUirwash, M. B., retired, r. 8n W. Church 
Z o Busey, Mrs. Caroline, wid., r. 308 W. White 
[^ Q. Busey, Miss C. E., teacher, r. 308 W. White 
^ l)usey. J. 1^., car repairer, r. 601 E. Bark 
O l*)usey, Mrs. J. S., wid.. r. 308 W. White 
^ lUisey, Miss Mary, bkkpr., r. 308 W. White 
^m^ Butler, C. E., retired, r. 311 W. Williams 
iT^ Butler, Thomas, lab., r. 405^ E. Park 
^^^ Butterheld, Albert M., carp., r. 306 W. Tremont 
CL-J lUitterfield, C. O., janitor, r. 40S W. Church 

Butterfield, Miss Helen, school teacher, r. 408 W. Church 

Byrum, John P., agt, r. 313 E. White 

CiADY, Mrs. E. H., wid.. r. 503 S. State 
r rA Caganski, Michael, lab., r. 5 i 1 Ash 

Cain, C. C house mover, r. 501 E. Grove 
• Cain, Charles I)., r. 614 W. Church 
0^ Cain, F. D., elk., r. 614 W. Church 



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Cain, Louis A., Insurance agt., r. 412 E. Park 
Cain, Mrs. M. L.. \vid.,r. 614 W. Church 

Tackett & mite, REAL estate 

*^*'*' '^ WW tttt.s^^ LOANS AND INSURANCE 

Phoenix' Phone 127. 49 North Market Street. CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



Ifl. t Goffman, 



REAL ESTATE 

and Insurance. Loans on City and Farm 
Property. 9 Main St., Champaign. 



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Caldwell, J. D., propr. St. James Hotel, r. 710 N. Neil 

Caldwell, Mrs. Ollie, wid., r. 3 N. Neil 

Calhoun, Mrs. M. J., wid., r. ^07 W. Springfield ave 

Calvin, Charles, porter, r. 106 N. Pirst P© 

Campbell, A. E., student, r. 604 E. Green 

Campbell, David L., retired, r. 604 E. Green ^2 

Campbell, Miss Elsie, r. 603 W. University ave '--w 

Campbell, F. E. (Campbell & Spalding), r. 603 Univer- ^^ 

sity ave 
Campbell, F. G., real estate, loans and insurance, 1 10 E. 

University ave., r. 303 S. Wright 
Campbell, Frank, blacksmith, r. 603 W. University ave ^ 
Campbell, H. F., engineer Wab. R. R., r. 20S W. Maple , . 
Campbell, John M., teamster, r. 214 W. Washington ^ 

Campbell, Miss Mae, student, r. 604 E. Green ^ f^ 

Campbell, R. M., elk., r. 303 S. Wright 0) ^ 

Campbell & Spalding (F. E. Campbell and J. W. Spald- ^ Y± 

ing), blacksmiths, 13 N. Neil 5 r+ 

Campbell, William M., farmer, r. 214 W. Washington ^ 

Canady, Frank, elk., cor. Fifth and E. University ave ^ tjj 

Cannon, Mrs. Elizabeth, wid., r. 602 E. Stoughton j| o 

Cannoii, Mrs. L. A., wid., r. 602 E. Stoughton ^ ^ 

Capitol Bar, The, saloon, F. W. Willsky, propr., 54 Mainn^ 
Copper, H. M., barber, r. 303 E. University ave ^ f^ 

Cappes, H. M., barber, 116 N. First, r. 305 E. University ave j p 
Capps, John B., lab., r. 207 W. Charles ^ 5 

Capron, H. S., teller First Nat'l Hank, r. 312 W. Clark ^ 
Carle, Fred, painter, r. 403 N. Walnut > t^ 

Carle, T., hostler, r. 141 N. Walnut Q C 

Carleton, Mrs. M. E., wid., r. 32 Second South . p 

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2* MAIN STREET, CHAMPAIGN, ILL. and BORN STEEL RANGES. 



S. C. TUCKER, ; ^';T' ; DRUGGIST. 

106 E. UNIVERSITY AVE., CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 

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^Hi Carleton, W. C, porter, r. 15 Water 

Carlisle. Mrs. C. I.. Student, r. 205 K. (}reen 
^ Carman, Albert Pruden, prof. Physics, University of Illi 
r* nois. r. 40:; \V. I lill 

^ Carnahan, David Hobart. fellow Colle,£,re Literature and 
Arts, University of Illinois, r. 205 W. Hill 
JJi Carnahan, F. G. (Weaver & Carnahan), r. 205 W. Hill 
CJ Carnahan, Miss Mae, elk., r. 601 W. White 

*^ Carpenter's Union Hall 65-67 N. Market 

^^ Carpenter, H. I., music teacher, r. 6io E. Clark 

Carpenter, Hubert Vinton, asst. Physics, University of 
^ Illinois, r. 506 E. Green 

Carroll, Charles, lab., r. 607 W. F"()urlh 



Carroll, PMward, plumber, r. 1 i 1 1{. 1 lill 



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X . Carroll, Mrs. J., wid.. r. i 1 i E. 1 lill 
Zif Carroll, John, cii^armaker, r. i 1 i K. Hill 
-lO^- Carroll, James, lab., r. 607 N. P'ourth 
ffltt-J Carroll, Mike, lab., r. 610 W. Hickory 
in 2 Carroll, Miss Sophia, waitress, r 607 N. P'ourth 
z "^ Carroll, W. W., brakeman, r. soi N. Randolph 
I Carter, Mrs. Caroline, lab., r. 304 W. William 

Carter, Mrs. V. W., wid., r. 504 P^. University ave 
^ Carter House, The, P. .M. HoHne, m^r., 34-36 N. Walnut 
Carter, P I^., bartender, r. lo^ Thomas ave 
Carter, Joseph, supt. champaign High School, r. 201 S.Elm 
Carter, Mrs. Mary li., seamstress, r. 301 P^. Church 
Carter, O. S.. farmer, r. 501 K. John 
"^^ Carter, Mrs. R., wid., r. 410 W^ Church 
QQ Carter, Turner, retired, r. 412 P^. Columbia ave 
Cart)-. John, bartender, r. 105 W. Thomas ave 

Jl Casino Theater, The, West P:nd Park 
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TeLErnriNE Sweet 16 Bell and Phoenik. 
41 NEIL STREET, CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



Dallenbach & Boyle, 



C. A. Besore, 



Coal, Lime, Plaster, Cement, 

AND BUILDING MATERIAL. 

211-213 N. Market. 'Pliones 9 and 409. Urbana, III. ,__, 

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Cass, Mrs. Alice, J., wid., r. 301 S. New ^ 

Casserly, John, machnst., r. 27 E. Springfield ave O 

Casserly, Miss Mary, bkkpr., r. 27 E. Springfield ave -^ 

Cassingham, O. W., emp. Percival & Roberts, r. 206 W. fHT 

University ave \ t. 

Castle Hall, Kni§:hts of Pythias, 51-53 N. Neil ^ 

Catholic Cemetery, i mile s. of city Q 

Cavanagh, J. J., conductor, r. 29 Locust 
Cavanagh, Michael, retired, r. 107 E. White 
Cavanagh, Michael, Jr., conductor, r. 107 E. White 5 

Cavanagh, Patrick B., brakeman, r. 107 E. White ^^ 

Cawby, E. M., lab., r. 728 N. Neil ^5* 

Centner, Charles, salesman, r. 408 N. Third ;=:; 

Centner, R. A., cigar mfr., no E. University ave., r. 112 cr g 
E. University ave 3 ^' 

Central Union Telephone Co., L. Yearndt, mgr,, 14 w. |- 5^ 

Main ? § 

Cessna, George B., teamster, r. 505 N. Randolph . ^. 

Chamberlain, D. L., conductor, r. 32 E. Springfield ave j I j 

Champaign Bakery and Restaurant, O. E. Leedy, propr., ^ 

38 W. Main ^ 

Champai§:n Bottling Works, w., H. and Jos. Miebach, ^ 

proprs., 54 First .South ^ 

Champaign Business College, The, G. w. Temple, prest.; J;^ 

Mrs. M. A. Rice, v. prest.; Mrs. G. W. Temple, secy. ^ 
and treas., i W. Main h^ 

Champaign County Agricultural Board, H. H. Harris, Q^ 

prest.; Jno. N. Beers, secy.; J. Manley Clark, prest., 2)1 C/^ 
N. Walnut ' g^ 

Champaign County Fair Grounds, John, bet. ilrst and ^ 

Eourth O 
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Manhattan Dyeing and Cleaning Works^ 

Phone Phoenix 152. 30 WALNUT STREET CHAMPAIGN ILL. 



Knomlton & Bennett, 



Oruggists 

We lead in every line we carry 
'Phones: rhoenix45i, Ben2io. 

URBANA. ILL. 

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I ^ Champaign County Gazette, The, W. \\. Harris, propr.; W. 

^5 }1. -Munliall. business morn; J. R. Stewart, editor-in-chief: 
^ Orville L. Davis, city editor; s. e. cor. \V. Main and Xeil 

1 . Champaign County News, The, 1:. B. Chapin, editor and 

^•1 mer.; Cornelius G. Peck. asst. editor, ^o X. Xeil 

1| Champaign County Printing Co., printers and publishers 

-| S^ of The Champaign DaiK Xews and The Champaign 
J'cJ County Xews, 39 X. Xeil 

^ll" Champaign Bicycle Co., A. j. Cope. mgr.. 3 X. Xeil 
1^3^ Champaign Daily Gazette, The, H. H. Harris, propr.; 

J?,S W. H. Munhall. business mgr.; J. R. .Stewart, editor-in- 
^ g. chief; Orville L. Davis, city editor, s. e. cor. Main and Xeil 

I'l . Champaign Daily News, The, E. i^ Chapin. editor and 

>S"=S mer.; Cornelius Peck. asst. editor. 30 X. Xeil 

wu^ Champaign Electric Construction Co.. (E. C. Elanigan anil 

g I A. I', ilaley). 27 \V. Main 

2 ^ Champaign Fire Department, City Hall bldg 
% 1 Champaign Gas Works, cor. E. Hill and Fifth 

I I Champaign High School, The, Joseph Carter, supt.; Miss 
^ c Lottie Switzer. principal, cor. Randolph and Hill 

^ ^ Champaign Loan and Building Association, 53 X. Xeil 
J^ Champaign Machine and Supply Co., The, P. A. Sager. 

ii jjrest, J. W. Heardsley. secy, and mgr.; A. L. Heards- 

^ ley. treas.. cor. Walnut and Second South 

^ Champaign Meat Market, The, John J. and William C. 

^^ Dallenbach. proprs.. S \\'. Main 

r^ Champaign National Bank, The, Edward P)ailey, prest.; 

K^ \V, S. Maxwell, vice prest.; William A. Heath, cashier; 
$H W. W. Maxwell, asst. cashier, r. 5 W. Main 
Ch Champaign Xurseries, A. L. Klank. propr., office room 7. 
)'Y^ Post ()ffice bldg., cor. P'lm and Gre<Mi 

WW WAIIR/^Cn ""^!:^^^.i^^^'- 

11. 11. II riLLVJ U VJVJ. .\\|) liUllDirUi A\/\ILmAL. 

Phones; Phoenix 77, Bell i67. S.-E. Cor. University Ave. and Market. CHAMPA IGN 



BUY LADIES AND CHILDRENS' Wjl T |C' 

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Champai§:n Public Library, prest., Manford Savage; treas.. ^ 

F. H. Lloyde; secy., Edwin A. Kratz, 306-308 W. Church l^j 

Champaign Sanitarium, P. S. Replogle and F. L. Blachly, ^^ 

proprs., 109 W. Church fTJ 

Champaign Steam Dye House, S. H. Souder, propr., 413 ^Q 

N. Neil 

Champaign Steam Laundry, Monroe & Keusink Bros., Qp 

proprs., 28 N. Neil 

Champai§:n Supply Co., warehouse W. Main and I. C. R. Hrt 

R. Tracks ^— 1 

Champaign Tile Factory, George F. Beardsley. prest.; S. J^ 

K. Hughes, secy, and treas., J, W. Stipes, supt., 30 Neil, /^^. 

factory, Market and Eureka ^^ 

Champaign Times, The (Daily and Weekly), Powers & [T^ 

Fielding, editors and proprs., 24-26 N. Walnut "* 

Champaign Transfer Elevator Co., H. H. Harris, prest; ^ 

J. L. Pollard, vice prest.; M. A. Goff, treas.; J. W. David- w 
son, secy, and mgr., ^y N. Walnut, elevator on Big 4 R. R. Q Z 

Champaign and Urbana Phoenix Telephone Co., C. J. |?^ 



Sabin, mo-r., Kariher blk >** g 



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Champaign Veterinary Hospital (R. w. Braithwalte and g^^ 

J. W. Cleaveland), cor. Hickory and Washington * r 

Champaign Roller Mills, P. G. Kennard, mgr., 28 W. Uni- S^ 

versity ave 

Chapin, E. B., editor Champaign County News, r. 407 H^ 

W. Clark ^ 

Chapin, E. P., student, r. 407 W. Clark i_^ 

Chapman, Charles, painter, r. S. E. Green and Prospect ave [ 

Chapman, F. A., lab., r. 609 N. Market ^\ 

Chapman, George, butcher, r. N. Market and city limits t-^n 

Chapman, G. M., painter and paper hanger, r. 6 Third South ^^ 



Spalding's Shoes 



j WEAR I 19 Main street, 
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IHE mm MILL UNO mmi flour;feed1M. etc. 

Tel ephone No. 158 Central. 
Bstablished A. I). 1^50. R. T. Robinson, Proprietor. l_J I=? 13 A tvj j£\ II I 

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^ < Chapman, J. C, painter and paper hanger, r. 6 Third South 

s Chapman, Samuel, lab., r. 709 N. Market 
j^ J Chapman, W. E., painter and paper hanger, r. Third South 

^Charles, Gertie, seamstress, r. 121 E. University ave 
^ g Charles, J. \V., painter, r. 121 E. University ave 
^ ul Charles, L. painter, r. 2 i 2 E. Clark 
rij 2 Charles, Maggie, seamstress Gulick Tailoring Co., r. 121 

S E. University ave 
*^ toCheever, Miss I'^mily, teacher, r. 401 W. University ave 
q/ nCheever, Mrs .S. W., wid., r. 401 W. University ave 

^ChenOWeth, Dr. A., physician. 6i N. Neil, r. 506 E. (ireen 

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Office, 61 North Neil St.. Residence, 506 E- Green St., CHAMPAIGN. 

^< Cherry, Tobias, carp., r. 104 N. Walnut 
Q^ Chester, E. E., retired, r. 717 W. University ave 
■^T Chester. G. J., student, r. 717 VV. University ave 
^J Cliester. H. E., salesman, r. 717 W. University ave 
C^ Chester, H. F., mgr., Chester's transfer line, r. 208 \V. 
University ave 
Chester's Transfer Line, 1 1. 1-. Chester, mgr., 58 Eirst South 
Chester, Mrs. VV . E., wid., r. 506 W. Springfield ave 
Chicago Record Agency, Samuel Mowry, mgr.. 13 W.Main 
Chodera, John, bartender, r. 304 E. Hill 
Christian Church, Rev. E. C. Stark, pastor, 606 E. White 
Churciull, William, cook, St. James Hotel, r. 53 S. Chestnut 
Cissna, J. R.. carp., r. 202 W. Columbia ave 
Citizens' Banking Co., 21 W. Main 

^^ .*^#*^i%^^*^tA^^-4rf wants everybody to try the famous 

lllcinSp6clK6F v^Java and IVIocha Coffee 



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Wn. FKICE ^Estate) \l±''{nI^Wj'''-' 

I Use the House and Villa Mixed Paints. 
John Price, Mgr. i6 N. Neil St., Champaign. j The Best on Earth. i 

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City Building, n. e. cor. University ave and Neil ; 

Clancey, Ed., lab., r. 70s. Chestnut ' 

Clancey, Mrs., wid., r. 70 S. Chestnut ' 

Clancy, James, lab., r. 603 E. University ave > 

Clancy, Mrs. Mary, wid., r. 512 E. Vine 

Clancy, P. F., eng-ineer, r. 507 E. University ave 

Clancy, P. R., trav. salesman, r. 510 South Neil ^^ 

Clark, Arthur, farmer, r. s. w. cor. Thomas ave and New 

Clark, Mrs. A. S.,-wid., r. 203 N. New c^ 

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Clark, Cyril Balfour, foreman, machine shop. University of g' 

Illinois, r. 602 E. John 
Clark, Mrs. E., r. 605 E. Healey ^ea 

Clark, E. S. (Harwood & Clark), r. 107 S. Lynn csS 

Clark, G. A., train dispatcher, I. C. R. R., r. 403 W. White =-0 
Clark, Harry, porter, r. 20 N. Hickory ™C3 

Clark, J. G., retired, r. s. w. cor. Thomas ave and New ^ 
Clark, J. M,, genl. mgr.. First Nat'l Bank, r. 203 New 
Clark, Manley, emp., First Nat'l Bank, r. 203 N. New J*^ 

Clark, R. A., route agt., American Express Co., r. 307 W. ^^ 

University ave 
Clark, Thomas Arkle, asst. prof Rhetoric, University ofj 

Illinois, r. 304 W. Church 
Clark, Mrs. Mary E., waitress, r. cor. First South and Locust 
Clark, Mrs. Mollie, wid., r. 109 E. Main 
Clasey, Frank, waiter, r. 510E. Hill 

Clasey, H. C, lab., r. 102 E. Washington , 

Clausen, Martin, agt. F. D. Radeke Brewing Co., r. 79 Main 
Claybourne, Charles A., machinist, r. 308)^ W. Fremont 
Claybourne, E. S., machinist, r. 410 W. White S^ * 

Claybourne, William, machinist, r. 410 W. White U*^ 



Dr. D. H. SHAFER, \^L^:T\ Dentist. 

12^ MAIN STREET, CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



J.A.&fl.H.Seott, 



REAL ESTATE 

LOANS AND INSURANCE 

21 MAIN STREET. 
BELL PHONE 177. CHAMPAIGN 



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5 Cleaveland, J. W. (Braithwaite & Cleaveland), r. 208 W. 
LU Columbia ave 

H;3 Clellan, James, lab., r. N. Market and city limits 

^2 Cleveland. Cincinnati, Cliica§:o & St. Louis Ry Co., s. A. 

^^ lironson, a^^t.. Railroad bet. Neil and Randolph 

I— 15^ Cleveland, lohn, music teacher, r. 503 N. Neil 
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UU Clifford, Casimir, student, r. 302 W. Washington 

Clifford, lulward, enjrineer, I.C.R.R.,r. 302 W.Washinorton 

a^,^Cline. H. F., carp., r. 205 N. Randolph 

!lf^.Club Saloon, V- Krabbe, propr., 41 N. Market 

J Cochennour, E. P., brakeman, r. 501 N. Randolph 

^ Cochrane, James, watchman, r. 309 W. Eureka 

du Coffeen, A. M., coal dealer, r. 1 1 i \V. Clark 

St-H Coffeen, Miss Amy, music teacher, r. 1 1 1 W. Clark 

^^ Coffeen, H. C, student, r. i i 1 W. Clark 

pjoO Coff(!y, J. W., fireman, r. 724 N. Neil 

Hq Coffey, Thomas (Iliffernan & Coffey), r. 5 1 W. Main 

;-i^ Coffey, Mrs. 1\, wid., r. 402 \V. Washing-ton 

^ "^ Coffm, C. R. (T. V. Coffm cH: Bro.), r. 4*1 1 W. Clark 

Hp^ Coffin, Mrs. K., wid., r. 411 \V. Clark 

PJ<^ Coffin, Mrs. Ida, s. w. cor. Church and Prospect 

^:5!^ Coffin, Thomas V. (T. V. & C. R. Coffin), r. 41 i W. Clark 

^^ Coffin, T. V. & Bro. (T. V. Coffin and C. R. Coffin), 406 

^ N. Neil 

CJ Coffman, B. D., real estate and insurance, 9 W. Main, r. 

"^^ 730 W. Randolph 

K^ Coffman, D. H., salesman S. P. Atkinson & Co., r. 207 

^ W. Vine 

« Coffman, Harry, student, r. 207 W. V^ine 

C/D Coffman House, 202 w. Park 

♦ Coffman, Miss Mary, r. 202 W. Park 



Taekett & White, 



REAL ESTATE 

LOANS AND INSURANCE. 
40 N. Walnut Street. CHAMPAIUN. 

PHOENIX 'PHONE 127. 



m. t Goffman, 



REAL ESTATE 

and Insurance. Loans on City and Farm 
Property. 9 Main St., Champaign, 



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Coffman, W. H., real estate and insurance, Justice of the 

Peace, 9 W. Main, r. 730 N. Randolph ^^ 

Coggeshall, T. C, salesman, r. 47-49 W. Neil 

Coghill, Jesse, lab., r. 411 N. Champaign f^ 

Cole, D. B., lab., r. 823 W. Church 

Cole, George F., gardener, r. 819 W. Church "^ 

Cole, John, lab., r. 705 W. Clark [" 

Cole, W. G., retired, r. 510 W. Washington ^^ 

Coleman, Burling, barber, r. 19 Water ^hb 

Collailt J. B. A., cigar mfr., 41 W. Main, r. 408 E. Church ^ 

Collier, Mrs. A. K., wid., 401 W. White Jl^ 

Collier, Miss Lizzie, teacher, r. 303 W. Clark 2! 

Collier, Miss May, teacher, r. 303 W. Clark 

Collier, Mrs. Mary, r. 303 W. Clark ^ 

Collins, M., section hand, r. N. Neil 2 

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Collins, Mrs., emp. The Beardsley, r. same (j 

Columbia, C. F., retired, r. 735 N. Randolph ^ w 

Company M., 4th Re§:iment Infantry I. N. G., Imperial bldg > p 

Commercial House, Mrs. Frank Uonley, proprietress, s. e. Z ff 

cor. Oak and E. Main (0 h[j 
Condit, Miss Annie, saleslady, r. 304 W. Columbia ave J f^ 

Condit, Grant A., painter, r. 302 W. Columbia ave n ^ 

Condit, Rodney, elk., r. 304 W. Columbia ave j p 

Condit, Mrs. Minnie, wid., r. 302 W. Columbia ave " ^ 

Conkling, Harry, elk., r. 206 W. Washington j p 

Conley, Mrs. Ellen, wid., r. 412 W. Healy > 3 

Conley, John, poultry dresser, r. 106 S. Neil ^ ,_< 

Conn, Charles W., engineer, r. 28 Third South > ^ 

Conn, J. F. C, r. 28 Third South q C 

Conn, James W., carp., r. 608 W. Clark Z p 

Connaley, Mrs. Ellen, wid., r. 412 W. Thomas ave o 



Thos. H. Trevett, 



Large Stock of Guns, Revol- 
vers, Ammunition, Etc. 

28 MAIN ST., CHAMPAIGN. 



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^b4 Connerty, II.. lab., r. 507 E.Washington 

Connerty. James, moulder, r. 508 K. Washington 
'^ Connerty, John, lab., r. 508 E. Washington 
f^ Connerty & Kaiser (P. C. Connerty and A. Kaiser), lunch 
^ room. Oak nr. E. Main 

Connerty, P. C. (Connerty & Kaiser), r, 508 K. Washington 
^ Connet, Miss Ella, r. 2 1 1 W. Clark 
O Connet, Mrs. L., wid., r. 21 i W. Clark 
t^ Coneity, Miss Mamie P., dressmaker, r. 508 E. Washington 
^^ Conover, C. V., carp., r. 505 S. Fourth 
Conover, John, elk., r. 505 S. h^ourth 
^ Conover, W. B., salesman, r. 505 S. I'ourth 
. . Conover, W. D., elk., r. 505 S. Fourth 

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®o Conroy, John, retired, r. 49 W. Main 
, X . Conroy, P., bartender, r. 49 W. Main 

z J Conroy, P. J., bartender, r. 49 W. Main 
-jO^- Consoir. Charles, lab., r. 411 N. Ash 

"0-1 Consolidated Oil Co., George D. Weeks, agt, 416 N.Neil 
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Cook, A. C, elk., r. no W. Washin^rton 



I Cook, Agnes Spofford, instructor Rhetoric. University of 



Illinois, r. I I 2 E. Green 






^ Cook, Mrs. E. J., wid., r. 510 K. Daniel 
Cook, F. A., agt., r. y^, N. Neil 
Cook, H. P^., elk., r. 212 W. Washinofton 
Cook, H. S.. elk., r. 310 W. Washington 
Cook. William, retired, r. 409 W. Springfield ave 
"^ Coon. Mrs. J. N.. wid.. r. 617 S. State 
QQ Coon. L. P., switchman, r. 507 N. Neil 

Cooper. H. H., trav. salesman, r. no W. Springfield ave 
5 Cooper. Frank, conductor I.C.R.R.,r. 1 10 W.Springfield ave 

DIAMOND MEAT MARKET 

'I Telephone Sweet 16 Bell and Phoenix. 
41 NEIL STREET, CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



Dallenbach & Boyle, 



C. A. Besore, 



LUMBER, SASH, DOORS, AND BLINDS. 
COAL, LIME, BUILDERS' SUPPLIES, ETC. 

211-213 NORTH MARKET. 

'Phones 9 and 409 URBANA, ILL. _^_ 

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Cooper, Frederick, student, r. no W. Springfield ave ^ 

Cooper, Mark, brakeman I.C.R.R.,r. i lo W.Springfield ave ^ 
Cooper, Rev. P. C pastor Bethel A. M. E. Church, r. io6 ' 

N. Fourth R? 

Cope, A. J., mgr. Champaign Cycle Co., r. 210 W. Clark ~~^ 

Cornell, Miss Dora, seamstress Gulick Tailoring Co., r. /^ 

83 N. Walnut ^ 

Cornell, W. M., retired, r. 85 N. Walnut Q 

Cornwell, O. A., propr. Modern Studio, r. 39 W, Main ^ 

Costello, Frank T., tailor and draper, 30 W. Main, r. 109 ^ 

W. Church [x 
Costley, Arthur, agt., r. 303 W. University ave 



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Cottrell, Clark, hostler, r. 10^ E. Church x o 

Cottrell, C. W., hostler, r. 10^ E. Church ^> 

Cottrell, Pomeroy, horse dealer, r. 103 E. Church 5'^ 
COUghlin, William, wholesale and retail liquors, 34 N. 

Walnut, r. 112 W. White H 

Coultis, H., express messenger, r. 212 W. Eureka J-^ 

Couse, Mrs. Elizabeth, wid., r. 306 W. Washington !_^ 

Cox, Mrs. Mary, wid., r. 205 W. Charles ^^ 

Cox, Richard, porter, r. 7 N. Hickory ^^ 

Crah, August, dyer, r. 210 E. White ^^ 

Craig:, Dr. D. C. M., oculist, 30 W. Main, r. Tolona, III m 

Crai§:, T. Howard (Ferguson & Craig), r. 707 N. Spring- J^ 

field ave "^ 

Craig, J. M., retired, r. 601 W. Springfield ave ^ 

Craig, Mrs. Rosa, wid., r. 505 E. Daniel ( r) 

Craig, T. F., wagon maker. Water, bet. First South and j 

University ave, r. 105 S. First rj 

Craig, W. P., state building and loan inspector, 11 W. ^ 

Main, r. 11 W. Main ' m 

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Manhattan Dyeing and Cleaning Works^ 

'Phone Phoenix 152. 30 WALNUT STREET CHAMPAIGN ILL 



KNOWLTON & BENNETT, 



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I We Lead in Every Line 
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S Cramer, Ed., lab., r. 603 N. Fourth 
J <& Crane, I. R., carp., r. 403 S Wright 
g'-'j! Crane, Mrs. L. \'., wicl, r. 412 \V. Church 
^_ Crannell, J. L., lab., r. 206 W. Tremont 
p J Craven, B. F., painter, r. 206 W. Washington 
^^ Crathorne,A. R., student, r. 602 E. Clark 
i^ Crathorne, ¥., carp., r. 602 E. Clark 
2- Craven, Mrs. Mary H., wid., r. 605 W. University ave 
£^ Crawford, George B., director of music Champaign public 
S % schools, r. I 1 3 \V. Clark 
^"S^- Crawford, James W., r. 202 W. Maple 
-^.J Creighton, Andrew J., elk., r. 44 W. Main 
cS^ CreiLditon, William C, salesman, r. 44 W^ Main 
^ M^ Creighton, W. C, elk., r. Creighton Hotel 
c:5| Creighton, William, propr. F'armers' Hotel, r. 44 W. Main 
c*^.g Crimmel, Henry, carp., r. cor. Healey and Second 
^£ Crrissey, Miss Alice, teacher High .School, r. 306 W. 
>.| Washington 

-St^ Crissey, Miss Ruth, student, r. 306 W. Washington 
b^ Cronkhite, Miss Fairy, r. 405 S. Neil 
^:3 Crooms, John, fireman The Beardsley, r. same 
Is Crosby, C. W., conductor, r. 107 W. Vine 
^-> Crosby, George, elk., r, 107 W. \'ine 
^ Cross, C, lab., r. 19 Water 
K> Cross, W. M., carp., r. 73 N. Neil 
^ Crouch, John, r. 108 W. White 

Crowder, A. D., hostler, r. 66 N. Market 
Cumberland, Charles D., retired, r. 606 N. State 
^Cumberland, Frank, compositor, r. S. State 
C Cumberland, Miss llattie, bkkpr., r. 105 W. White 

Cumberland, Miss H. F., bkkpr.. r. 105 W. White 









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Cumberland, Mrs. E., supt. Julia F. Burnham Hospital, r |^ 

same u.^ 

Cumberland, O. P., fruit dealer, r. 105 W. White ^^ 

Cumming-s, Frank E., salesman, r. 634 S Randolph ^J\ 

Cummings, H. G., tailor, r. 507 S. Neil /^ 

Cummings, Mark, coachman, r. 204 W^ Hill ^^ 

Cummings, Miss Ruth, teacher, 634 S. Randolph aJ^ 
Cummings, T. M., carp., r. 634 S. Randolph 

Cummings, Miss Vina, teacher, 634 S. Randolph jnTi 

Cummings, W. H., elk., r. 307 S. Neil ^^ 

Cummins, Abel, lab., r. 501 N. Fourth 7^ 

Cummins, Bert, tailor, r. 507 S. Neil ^^ 

Cummins, Charles, lab., r. 610 W. Clark ^S 

Cummins, George, lab., r. 601 N. Poplar j[(| 

Cummins, H. G., tailor, r. 507 S. Neil "• 

Cummins, Mrs. Mary, wid., r. 610 W. Clark ' ^^^^ 

Cummins, William A., r. 307 S. Neil ^ 
Cunningham Bros. (G. N. and E. R. Cunningham), drugs 3^2 

and books, 25 W. Main So*^ 
Cunnin§:ham, E. R. (Cunningham Bros.), r. 304 W. Wash- >^l 

inofton 2j* ^ 

Cunningham, E. S., druggist, r. 104 \Y. Washington ^ 
Cunningham, G. E., engineer, r. 606 E. Clark 
Cunningham, G. N. (Cunningham Bros.), r. 304 W. Wash- 
ington 

Cuppernell, Mrs. F., wid., r. 204 W. White [fe 

Currie, Mrs. Annie, wid., r. 605 N. Hickory ^ 

Curtiss, Albert Root, foreman Wood Shop, University of "J? 

IlHnois, r. 660 E. John vJ 

Curtiss, Miss Carrie, waitress, r. Third and Poplar /J 

Curtis, Mrs. R., wid., r. 105 N. Oak |/| 



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IH[ UfiBANA MILL AND LLEVAIOR, flour:feed::meal etc. 

Telephone No. 158 Central. 

^ Established A. D. J 850. R. T. Robinson, Prop. I_JI=?I3AI^A, II_I 

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^< Curtis, S. T., mgr. Akers & Wilson, r. t8 N. Walnut 

♦T^S Curtis, William, carp, r. 3 i 2 W. Sprini^field ave 
Si Curtis, W'illiam, architect, r. 715 W. Sprin^^field ave 
^_.Curtis, William, carp., r. 801 W. Springfield ave 
^^ oCurzon, Mrs. Elizabeth, wid., r. 507 N. Elm 
t? ^Gushing:, Dr. F. L. (Howard cH: Gushing), r. toy W.Church 

W z Gushing, Dr. H. E., physician, 53 N. Neil, r. 302 W. Hill 
^ wCushino-, \\^ F., collector, r. 621 S. Randolph 

rv< H Custer, Mrs. Ida, dressmaker, r. 112 W. Columbia ave 
^^Cuzick, J. A., blacksmith, r. 208 W. Eureka 
^mCzikowski, John, restaurant, /$ E. Main, r. 140S Dublin. 
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00 "^LyALBEY, A. J., student, r. 633 S. Randolph 

H-4 Dale, C. A., brickmason, r. 508 E. Green 
^ Dallenbach Sz. Boyle (Diamond Meat Market), 41 N. Neil 
^ Dallenbach, Fred (Diamond Meat Market), r. 104 W. Uni- 
v^ versity ave 

^^ Dallenbach. George, meat cutter, r. 206 W. Clark 
^ Dallenbach, J. J. (Dallenbach Bros.), r. 109 W. Park 
^j Dallenbach, Mrs. R , wid., r. 109 W. Park 
C^ Dallenbach, William C, butcher, r. 211 W. Park 

Dalton, James, yardmaster, r. 10; N. Market 
^ Danforth, Mrs. M. D., wid., r. 6ot E. John 

Darmer, Charles () , substitute mail carrier, r. 408 W.Healey 
^^ Darmer, G. A., student, r. 408 W. Thomas ave 
Sr Darmer, J. O., retired, r. 408 W. Thomas ave 
^^ Darnell, T. L., real estate, r. 506 E. John 
^^ Darrah, Thomas, retired, r. 613 S. Randolph 
Qb Daurty, John, fireman, r. 710 N. Neil 
^ Davidson & Eggleston (Roy N. Davidson & J. L. Eg- 

VISIT T T 7" l^TT^ t-vcr^d'-i It-/**" ^°^ prices lower than the lowest 
j^jf,^ J-y* V* IVianSpeaKer^ imported and Domestic Table 
Delicacies at pleasing p.-icsj at MA.NSP£AKER'S GROCERY. Both 'Pkoms 97 



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Painters, Pamters* Supplies. 

Sole Agents for 
John Price, Mgr. i6 N. Neil St., Champaign. ) The House and Villa Mixed Paints. ^^^ 

Tucker & Wakeman's Champaign Directory. 39 SC 

gleston), collectors, room 4, Post Office bldg. ^^ 
Davidson, George W., real estate exchange and loan broker, ^^ 

18 W. Main, r. 706 N. Park ^ 

Davidson, Jerome T., r. n. e. cor. Prospect ave and Church ^^ 
Davidson, J. W., sec. and treas. Champaign Transfer Ele-i^~ 

vator Co., r. 201 W, Park ^m^ 

Davidson, J. W., grain dealer, r. 202 W. Park ^< 

Davidson, Roy N. (Davidson & Eggleston), r. 706 W. Park"** 
Davidson, T. B., conductor I. C. R. R., r. 503 >^ S. Neil'^^ 
Davis, Mrs. Emma, wid., r. 202 E. University ave ^ 

Davis, Mrs. Mary, wid., r. 68 E. University ave ^^ 

Davis, Miss Nettie, r. 206 W. Maple 

Davis, Orville, reporter Gazette, r. 606 N. Hill sea 

Davis, Oscar, janitor post office, r. 206 W. Maple ^__.3 

Davis, W, T., engineer, r. 25 W. Main oog 

Davis, William, lab., r. 308 W. Eureka ^= 

Dawson, A. J., conductor, r. 737 N. Neil I^^ 

Dawson, Miss Cora, bkkpr., r. 2 ' 2 W. Park -, 

Dawson, G. W., machinist, r. 212 W. Park ^3- 

Dawson, G. W., salesman, r. 212 W. Park ^^ 

Dawson, John, fireman I. C. R. R., r. 625 S. Randolph 
Dawson, L., machinist, r. 625 S. Rand 
Dawson, Lance, car inspector, r. 625 S. Randolph 
Dawson, Miss Lele, bkkpr., r. 212 W. Park 
Dawson, Miss Marguerite, bkkpr., r. 62 5 S. Randolph 
Dawson, Mrs Maggie, bkkpr., r. 625 S. Randolph 
Dawson, Miss Nell, bkkpr., r. 625 S. Randolph 
Day, C. P., student, r. 2)3> E. Healey 
Day, P. M. (Day & Morrisey), r. 33 E. Healey 
Day, Thomas D., plasterer, r. 208 E. Hill CT^ 

Deakin, Thomas, retired, r. 309 S. Prairie 



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l-Rol^-n-KArf^TT REAL ESTATE 

J 1 i Vl^) i i iV «JV^W i 1 ) LOANS AND INSURANCE. 

21 MAIN STREET, BELL PHONE 177. CHAMPAIGN 

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c/] w Deal, Charles, butcher, r. cor. Church and Third 

J z Dean. E. C, tel. operator, r. N. Fifth 

;< I Dean, PClmer H., lab., r. 508 E. Park 

y^ - Dean, Richard, live stock dealer, r. 405 E. Church 

O f Dean, S. J,, salesman, r. 307 W. \4ne 

Q S De Forest, C. \\'., stcamfitter, r. 212 W. Washington 

g De Hart, J. D., lab., r. 408 Sprinorfield ave 

^ ai De Hart, Mrs. M. A., dressmaker, r. ^oS \i Springfield ave 

w ^ Delta, Tau Delta, First Nat'l Bank bldg 

r ^ 

5 Demlo. V, F., retired, r. 18 Locust 
'^ ^ Demlo, William E., carp., r. 20 Locust 
0^ Q. Demlow, Fred T., lab., r. 212 N. .\sh 
2: o Demlow, John, lab., r. 309 E. Church 
Q S Demlow, Mrs. Sophia, wid., r. 407 N. Third 

Deneen, Louis, lab., r. 106 ]L Sprin^lield ave 
O Dentinger, John, lather, r. 621 .S. Neil 
^ De Puy, FVank, laundryman, r. 27 N. Hickory 
^TDepuy, M. H., retired, r. 27 X. Hickory 
^■^— < I)(rrouL,di. Miss Maude J., bkkpr., r. Urbana 
UJ DerrOUgh, 0. J., reporter Daily News, r. Urbana 
OQ Dcvcson. P. W., motorman. r. 210 W. Vine 



Deyo, Charles, butcher, r. 201 E. Park 
r:^ Diamond Meat Market (l^Ved Dallenbach cS: John Boyle), 
.^ 41 X. Neil 

Dibble, Joseph, propr. billiard room, 43 N. Market 
r/^ Dickerson, Andrew, retired, r. 406 W. Clark 

Dickerson, H. C, elk., r. 406 W. Clark 
^! Dickerson. James, elk., r. 406 W. Clark 
*-'~^ Dickerson, J., retired r. 406 W. Clark 
J Dickinson, W. E., retired, r. 301 N. New 
;d Dillon, G. S., carp., r. 301 F.. University ave 

"^^ Tackett & White REAL ESTATE 

#UC/nC7tt U WW line, LOANS AND INSURANCE 

Phoenix' Phone 127. 49 North Market Street. CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



m. H. Goffman, 



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and Insurance. Loans on City and Farm 
Property. 9 Main St., Champaign. 



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Dillon, Miss Ida F., teacher Stewart School, r. 310 E. !|^ 

University ave ^ys 

Dimmer, Rober, tailor, r. 32 E. Locust 

Dinwiddle, Mrs. M. E., wid., r. 401 W. Springfield ave P© 

Dixon, James H., r. no W. Thomas ave 
Doane House, O. F. Spaulding, propr., n. w. cor. Oak and ^ 

E. Main ^ 

Dobbins, D. T., retired, r. 603 E. Green -^^ 

Dobbins, L. C, student, r. C03 E. Green ^T 

Dockens, James A., conductor I. C. R. R., r. 703 N. State ^^ 
Dod§:e, Daniel Kilham, prof. English Language and Lit- ^ 

erature, r. 210 W. White ^ 

Dodson, William, retired, r. 406 N. State y^ 

Dolan, Joseph W., tailor, r. 604 E. Church ^ 

Doll, A., carp., r. 208 W. Healey ^ EL 

Dollinger, A. C, salesman, r. 204 S. Second 0) ^ 

Dollinger, A. L., tailor, i W. Main, r. 201 E. Clark ^ 55- 

Dollinger. Mrs. F., wid., r. iii E. Clark ^ Si 

Donley, Mrs. Frank,proprietress, Commercial House, r.same ^ 
Donley, W., lineman, r. 301 E. Healey ^ W 

Donohue, A. M., wid., r. N. Prairie and I. C. R. R. 30 

Donovan, J. J. (Donovan & McGraw), r. 203 E. Church [Jj ^ 
Donovan & McGraw (J. J. Donovan & Thomas McGraw), h^ 

meat dealers, 108 E. University ave ^ o 

Donnels, R. A., conductor, r. 28 E. Healey I jii 

Dooley, I. C, fireman, r. 211 E, University ave ^ 5 

Dorneman, Henry, cigarmaker, r. 307 E. Washington -^ 

Doran, Mrs. Mary, wid., r. 109 E. Church > h3 

Dossett, L. L., elk., r. 212 S. Neil Q C 

Doty, G. E., lab., r. 602 E. Grove . p 

Dougan, John, lab., r. 206 N. Second o 
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^^ Douirherty, Miss Lizzie, seamstress, Gulick TailoririL^ Co., 

r. 511 E. University ave 
^3 Doiii^hty, J. M.. carp., r. 506 I^^ Stoughton 
g DOU§:lasS, Reuben S., instructor Mathematics, Preparatory 
jrt School. University of IlHnois, r. 40,^ W. Hill 
Dywney, L., lab., r. 601 N. Neil 
^^ Dowling, James, salesman, r. 208 N. First 
O Downing, David, lab., r. 19 Water 
^ Downing, Joseph, engineer, r. Urbana 
^^ Doyel, E. L., land examiner, r. 201 W. Church 

Doyle, E. L., with Trevett & Mattis, r. 201 W. Church 
^ Doyle, John, lab., r. 710 N. Neil 

Doyle, Miss Nellie, dressmaker, r. 210 E. Hill 
25 Doyle, S. B., salesman, r. 607 N. State 
X . Drake;. James, porter, r. E. Hill 

zd Dresser, Rev. D. W., rector lunmanuel Epscopal Church, 
-lO - r. 20^ W. Clark 

CQQ-J Driscoll, Mrs. Elizabeth, wid., r. 106 W. Springfield ave 
w) SJ Driscoll, F. K., carp., r. 508 I'^ W'hite 
z "* Dryer, Charles A., electrician, r. 818 W. Church 
I Dryer, Mrs. C. L., wid., r. 809 W. Church 

Duckwitz, II. G., train dispatcher I. C R. R., r. 41 i \V. 
^ Springfield ave 

Duerin§:er, Dr. H. W., physician, r. 107 K. Church 

c£ 

Qr Phoenix Phone 160. Office and Residence, J07 E. Church St. 

< DR. H. W. DUERINGER, 

QQ PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. 

• Hours: Till 9 a. m. From 12 to 2 p. m. From 6 to 8 p. m. CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 

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211-213 N. Market. 'Phones 9 anil 409. Urbana, III, j.^ 

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Dukes, Charles, compositor, r. 308 E. Park ^ 

Dukes, F. M., teamster, r. 308 E. Park P 

Dukes, Mrs., laundress, The Beardsley, r. same -^ 

Dukes, Oscar, elk., r. 308 E. Park (^ 

Dukes, Spencer, cigarmaker, r. 3 1 2 W. Vine 1^^ 

Dukes, William, lab., r. 407 N. Walnut 

Duncan, Minnie, tailoress, Gulick Tailoring Co., r. 210 E. 

Springfield ave 

Dunham, Mrs. Matilda, wid., r. 206 W. Columbia 



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Dunlap, Mrs. Albert, wid., r. 307 W. University ave ^ 

Dunlap, Miss Cora, bkkpr.. r. 502 W. Columbia ave ^^ 

Dunlap, James, W., carp., r. 502 W. Columbia ave >♦ 
Dunlap, R. L., plumber, r. 601 Union 5 

Dunlap, Miss S. A., r. 807 W. University ave ti* g 

Dunn, Mrs. James, wid., r. 201 W. Church 3 3" 

Durr, A. C, lab., r. 505 S. Fifth |- ^ 

Durr, A. J., grocer, 505 S. Fifth, r. same ? 
Durr, Miss Cora B., elk., r. 505 S. Fifth 
Dust, F. C, steamfitter, r. 116 E. Church 

Dust, Mrs. Fred, wid., r. 310 E. Hill ^ 

Dust, Henry, elk., r. 310 E. Hill ^ . 

Dust, William, retired, r. 310 E. Hill ^ 

Dyson, Oliver, janitor, r. 408 N. Walnut ^ 

EaGLETON, C. M., constable, r. 507 N. Neil ^ 

Earl, Miss Flossie, elk., r. 707 S. Randolph h^ 

Earl, Miss Madge, teacher, r. 707 S. Randolph f^ ■ 

Earl, Miss Nellie, teacher, r, 707 S. Randolph ry^ 

Earl, T. M., retired, r. 707 S. Randolph ^ 

Farley, Mrs. A. E., wid., r. 602 E. White ^ 

East, W. R., lab., r. sioE. White O 
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Manhattan Dyeing and Cleaning Works^ 

'Phone Phoenix 152. 30 WALNUT STREET CHAMPAIGN ILL. 



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Druggists 

We lead in every line we carry 

'Phones: Phoenix 451, Bell 210. 

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1 !< I'ast, H. J., watchman, University of Illinois, r. 510 P3. White 
w u I'^astman, Harry, lineman, r. 603 N. Neil 

^ Eastman, H. G., inspector, C. U. T. Co., r. 603 N. Neil 

*! . East Side Floral Co., J. E. Yeats, propr., cor. Third and 

j^:| Sprinorheld ave 

1| East Side Livery Stable (Al and William Reid, proprs.), 

I J^ 6 Water 

J-gJ East Side Park, Second and Third, bet. Springfield ave 

^2^ and I lealey 

l:J^ East Side School (Mrs. Maude Treakle, prin.), cor. Clark 

^ ^ and 1' ifth 

^8. Eaton, David, bundle-wrapper, r. 505 S. Goodwin ave, 

m :;: Urbana 

^"11 r^aton, Stephen, cigarmaker, r. 410 E. Healey 

§^^ I^^bert, Mrs. J., wid., r. 509 E. University ave 

^ ^ Ebert, Mrs. T., wid., r. 509 E. University ave 

2 ^ Eckblero^, Fred, lab., r. 409 E. Hill 

% S Eckbom, Albert R., deliveryman. r. 310 E. Church 
^ J Eckbom, Ernest, porter, r. 310 E. Church 
^ c bLckbom, Mrs. Ida, wid., r. 310 E. Church 
^ ^ Economy, The (W. Lewis, propr.), dry goods, 5-7 N. Neil 
^^ Edwards, J. N., engineer, r. 507 N. Walnut 
i* Egan, Addie, chambermaid The Beardsley, r. same 

^ Egan, Chris, porter The Reardsley, r. same 

^ Egan, Miss Daisy, laundress, r. Urbana 
w^ Eg^glestOn, J. L. (Davidson & Eggleston), r. 31 1 W. Clark 
t"^ Eggleston. J. P., salesman, r. s. e. cor. W. Clark and Prairie 

K^Eichber§: Bldg., 20-22 W. Main 

5-1 Eichberg & Baer (Max Eichberg, Henjamin I'aer), dry 
G goods and carpets, 20-22 W. Main 

Eichberg:, Max (Eichberg & Baer), r. Chicago 

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Eichorst. Edward A., harness dealer, 104 E. University ^d 

ave, r. 209 E. Clark " ^h 

Eisner, Albert (mgr. Kariher Grocery Co.), r. 301 W. Uni- \^ 

versity ave PJ 

Eldridge, Jerry, press feeder, r. 108 S. Neil "^J^ 

Elgin, E. L., agt. St. Louis Post-Dispatch, r. 105 S. First 
Elker, W. H., engineer, r. 109 W. Columbia ave Qp 

Elite Studio, Woodson Morgan, propr., 21 W. Main 
Elliott, Mrs. C. H., wid., r. 509 E. White h^ 

Elliott, John, r. 22 N. Walnut ^ 

Elliott, Mrs. Maggie, wid., r. 202 N. First J^ 

Ells, Mrs. S. M., wid., r. 606 S. Neil /O 

Ely's Carriage Factory, George Ely, propr., cor. Univers- ^^ 

ity ave and Walnut hjl 

Ely, Ernest, trimmer, r. 302 E. Church ^ 

Ely, Fritz, carp., r. 302 E. Church ^ 

Ely, George, propr. Ely's carriage factory, r. 302 E. Church cj 
Ely, George, Jr., blacksmith, r. 19 E. Springfield ave Q 2 

Ely, George, Sr., carriage mfr., r. 302 E. Church 2^^ 

Ely, John, blacksmith, r. 302 E. Church ^^ |* 

Ely, John, sec. Champaign fire dept., r. 301 E. Church 9^^ 
Ely, Lou, carriage repairer, r. 608 W. Union * a 

Emanuel Episcopal Church, Rev. David W. Dresser, rec- ^ 

tor, n. e. cor. University ave and State 
Embry, Burl, brakeman, r. 112^ E. University ave H H 

Embry, Joel, retired, r. 9 N. Walnut ►^ 

Emery, Oscar, lab., r. 508 E. Vine |«!L| 

Empire Steam Laundry (P. E. Shaw & George H. Plot- ("^ 

ner, proprs.) s. e. cor. University ave and Neil ^^ 

Emig, Z., retired, r. 311 E. Springfield ave »^-4 

Endicott, M. ¥., porter, The Carter House, r. 4105^ E.White ^yl 



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and be convinced of this fact. 
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Tel tphune No. 158 Central. 
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^ ^I'^ncrlish. B. F., elk., r. Urbana 
s I'ji^^lish, Robert, lab., r. 707 I'^ifth 
rj liCnnis, Miss Ada, seamstress, r. 8^^ \\\ Church 
^ _l{nochs, S. D., piano dealer, r. 505 E. John 
tj o Enos, 1. W., fireman, r. S07 K. Clark 
^ l^^Enrioht, D. J., plumber, r. 710 N. Neil 
pQ ol^nsley, I. A., liveryman, 66 N. Market, r. 66 N. Market 
^ oEnsley, S. D., hosder, r. 66 N. Market 

^ wEntre Nous Hall, Imperial bld.<r. 

fy/ ^-Ervin, James W., fireman, r. 308 W. Eureka 
wErvin, Marion, F., lab., r. ^08 W. Eureka 

^> {^Ervin, Miss Sena, dressmaker, r. 308 W. Eureka 

CJ :f h^teon, Anton, janitor, r. 410 E. Healey 

Ih zl'^teon. Ste[)hen, cigarmaker, r. 410 E. Hc^ale)- 

^ Sluans, A. M., compositor, r. 103 E. White 
J^ Evans, Mrs Fay, r. 34 E. Second South 
Evans, Gus, compositor, r. 103 E. White 
^^ Eversol, Miss Bettie, boarding house, r. 2ip E. Clark 
Qg Eversol, Miss H., hairdresser, r. 407 N. Neil 
•^T Eversol, Miss Hannah, hairdresser, 407 N. Neil, [r, 210 E. 
J Clark 

^^ Eversol, Miss Josephine, boarding house, r. 210 E. Clark 
^^ Eversol, Miss Mary, boarding house, r. 210 E. Clark 
^Q Ewalt, Mrs. Agnes, dressmaker, r, 112 W. Columbia ave 
M^ Ewalt, Charles, steamfitter. r. 206 W. Charles 
^^ Ewalt, Miss Grace, teacher, r. 206 W. Charles 
^^ Ewalt, Holmes, stationary engineer, r. 206 W. Charles 
22^ Ewing, Mrs. L. G., wid., r. 307 S. Elm 
^" Ewing, W. M., leader Ewing's Harp Orchestra, r. 607 W. 
fi£ Union 

^ Ewing, W. M., barber, 38 N. Walnut, r. 607 W. Union 

J^^ . 

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DEALERS IN 

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Oil Meal and all kinds of Mill Feed. 
ii7>^ East University Avenue, 

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I Use the House and Villa Mixed Paints. 
John Price, Mgr. i6 N. Neil St., Cfiampaign. j The Best on Earth. 

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r ARLEY, Thomas, car repairer, r. 301 N. First ^^ 

Farmers' Feed Baro and Sales Stable, The, J.J. Harnsber- ^^ 

g€r, propr.), 6-10 S. Walnut ^^ 

Farmers Hotel, William Criorhton, propr., 44 W. Main 1^^ 
Faulkner, L. W., justice of the peace, 63 N. Neil, r. 108^^^ 

W. Columbia ave ^^ 

Faulkner, Watson, druggist, 53 N. Neil. r. 604 N. Neil ^ 

Fay, Mrs. A., wid., r. 508 E. Church ""o^ 

Faye, Miss Lizzie, dressmaker, r. 508 E. Church ^ 

Fay, Martin, lab., r. 68 E. University ave f^ 

Fay, Thomas, lab., r. 508 E. Church 

Feltham, Miss Allie, saleslady, r. 119 E. Broadway oS 

Feltham, George, plasterer, r. 119 E. University ave ^^^ 

Ferguson & Craig (W. Irwin Ferguson and T. Howard Sg 

Craig), jewelers, opticians and stationers. Walker Opera ^^ 

House bldg '""' 

Ferguson, W. Irwin (Ferguson & Craig), r. 707 W. ^^ 

Springfield ave ^2^ 

Fernauld, George C, fireman, r. 721 N. Randolph 2l2" 

Fernie, Alison Marion, instructor Vocal Music, University 

of Illinois, r. 407 E. Daniel 
Ferris, Miss Elizabeth, teacher, r. 405 W. Vine 
Ferris, Dr. Ezra H., physician, retired, r. 405 W. Vine 
Fessler, J. A , insurance agt , r. 50) E. Clark 
Fethergill, O. A., lab., r. 510 E. Park 
Fieldbinder, William (Helbling & Fieldbinder). r. 112 E. 

Clark 
Fielding, Isaac A., editor The Times, r. 207 W. Clark 
Finch, Dr. James H., physician, 205 N. Randolph, r. same CT^ 
Finder, August, carp., r. 402 E. Stoughton 

Dr, D. H. SHAFER, ]^::iLf;:n Dentist. 

12^ MAIN STREET, CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



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REAL ESTATE 

LOANS AND INSURANCE 

21 MAIN STREET. 
, ^ BELL PHONE 177. CHAMPAIGN 
^ ^ ; 

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g Finder. Fred, drayman, r. 402 E. Springfield ave 
^£ ^'i"^^^' Lo'^iis, lab., r. 410 E. Stoughton 
^"^ Finnegar, Casper, whitewasher, r. 112 N. Market 
^ -g Finnigan, Thomas, retired, r. 612 W. Springfield ave 
"^^ Finney, James W., engineer I. C. R. R., r 9 Springfield ave 
^~2 I'innc}-, r. v.. fireman, r. 121 E. University ave 

O First Baptist Church, Rev. W. H. Stedman. pastor; n. e. 
ri cor. University ave & Randolph 

j_. First Con§:regational Church, Rev. Franklin L. Graff, 

^Q jjastor, s. e. cor. Church and .State 

^ First Methodist Episcopal Church, Rev. Henry ii. Oneal, 

^^ pastor, n. it. cor. Church and .State 

^2 First National Bank Building, s. w. cor. Main and Walnut 
f^ First National Bank, The, i'>. i*. Harris, prest.; H. H. 

■ 1 larris, cashier; G. A. rurnell, asst. cashier, s. w. cor. 

5^ W'alnut and W. Main 
^ First Presbyterian Church, Rev. Charles N. Wilder, pas- 
) I I tor, s. e. cor. Hill and State 

Fisher, G. W., retired, r. 506 S. First 
^"o iMsher, lohn C, retired, r. 408 W. Hill 
2-^ Fisher, J. E., trav. salesman, r. 408 W. Hill 
S 2 Fisher, Mrs. M. A., laundress, r. 610 E. University ave 
Fitzgerald, Miss Alice, dressmaker, r. i i 2 W. White 
♦^ Fitzgerald, Edward, conductor, r, 27 E. Springfield ave 
^ iMtzgerald. James, retired, r. 601 K. White 
>^ Fitzgerald. Mrs. Mary, wid., r. 402 E. Park 
K^ hitzgerald, Patrick, retired, r. 1 1 2 W. White 
P^ Fitzgerald, Mrs. Ann, wid., r. 304 E. Park 

♦ iMtzsimons, Joseph, teamster, r. 304 E. Park 
C/D Maneein, Miss Mary, teacher Lincoln School, r. 205 W. Vine 
P'lanigan, Miss Laura, r. 402 W. Church 



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LOANS AND INSURANCE. 
49 N. Walnut Street. CMAMPAIQN. 

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Flanigan, E. C. (Champaign Electrical Construction Co.). r. 

105 W. University ave 
Flanigan, Edw. (Champaign Electrical Construction Co.), 

r. 714 W. Church q^ 

Flanigan, J. A. (James & Flanigan), r. 411 W. White 
Flatt, Miss Carrie, nurse, r. 404 W. Washington "^ 

Flatt, J. H., retired, r. 404 W. Washington H" 

Flemming, Archie M., machnst., r. 212 W. Columbia ave ^^ 
Fleming, Jesse, retired, r. 204 W. University ave ^^ 

Fleming, L., engineer I. C. R. R., r. 212 W. Columbia ave ^^ 
Fleagel, Miss Hulda, laundress, r. 5 i Main *j^ 

Fletcher, C. A., law student, r. 623 S. Neil '^^ 

Flower, Herbert A., elk. The Beardsley, r. The Beardsley "* 
Flowers, Thomas, retired, r. 308 W. Columbia ave ^ 

Fluck, Miss Augusta H., timekeeper Big 4 shops, r. 105 Q 

E. Clark " g — 

Fluck, Miss Dora B., elk. Frank's East Side Green House, _ CP 

r. 105 E. Clark -p gf 

Fluck, Miss Emma, dressmaker, r. 105 E. Clark Z ft 

Fluck, William, F., engineer, r. 1 10 W. Hill (P Kji 

Fluck, M. J., gen'l storekeeper Big 4 shops, r. 105 E. Clark"! ^ 
Fluck, Martin M,, enoineer, r. 10s E. Clark m tJ* 

Fluck, Miss Rose, dressmaker, r. 105 E. Clark ^ P 

Fogarty, William, lab., r. 409 E. Church " ^ 

Foley, Pat, lab., r. 311 E. University ave ^ 

Fonbersmith, George, retired, r. 207 W. Church j> § 

Foote, C. B., engineer I. C. R. R., r. 403 W. Columbia ave 2 ^_^ 
Foote, F. J., electrician, r. 511 E. Green 5 t^ 

Ford, Susan Wilson, stenographer Typewriting Bureau, q C 

University of Illinois, r. 506 E. Green Z p 

Ford, William, cash boy, r. n. end of Church ^ 



Thos. H. Trevett, 



Tin and Sheet Iron Work 

Wood Mantels, Grates, Etc. 
28 MAIN ST., CHAMPAIGN. 



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C^ F"oreman, Joseph, retired, r. 410 E. Stoucrhton 

Forman, Maggie, waitress, r. 58 W. Main 
^Q Forsythe, John, carp., r, 308 E. Clark 
rj Forsythe, Miss Mamie, bkkpr., r. 308 E. Clark 
jrt Foster, T. H., mail agt., r. 910 \V. Church 

I^ox, Jessie Young, asst. Piano, University of Illinois, r. 
J^ 603 E. Daniel 

O Prame. M. J., retired, r. 511 W. Washington 
*C Fr^niPtOn, Mrs. M. M., librarian Champaign Public Library, 
(^^ r. 717 N. Randolph 

Frampton, Miss Sarah M., teacher. Avenue bid., r. 206 
^ W. Park 

Frankenfield, E. J., operator, r. 615 W. University ave 
000 hVankenstein, Mrs. Bertha, wid., r. 201 N. First 
y^ F"ranklin, Miss Laura, dressmaker, r. Urbana 
Zj Franklin, O. M., lab., r. 301 Wheaton ave 

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_iO^- PVanks, Christ, lab., r. 404 S. Plrst 
CO 0-5 Franks, Miss Cora, waitress Doane House, r. same 
yj J° PVanks, George H., student, r. 704 N. Randolph 
2 ^ Franks, Jacob, fireman, r. 102 E. White 
° I-ranks, R. H.. lab., 407 N. Second 

?■ Franks, Thomas, green houses, 204 E. University ave., 
^ 704 N. Randolph, r. 704 N. Randolph 

Fraser, Wilber John, instructor Dairying, University of 
^^ Illinois, r. 1003 .S. Wright 
^^ Trazee, John, retired, r. 206 N. First 
Qn I' razee, J. W., bicycle repairer, r. 206 N. First 
-^ I'Veidericks, Charles, lab., r. 304 E. Church 
^^ Prederickson, E., trav. salesman, r. 306 W. W'hite 

PVeeman, Charles K., carp., r. 306 W. Vine 

• French. I. H. (I. H. French & Co.), r. 203 W. Church 

nallpnhanh Z Rnvlp DIAMOND MEAT MARKET 

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LUMBER, SASH, DOORS, AND BLINDS. 
COAL, LIME, BUILDERS' SUPPLIES, ETC. 

211-213 NORTH MARKET. 
'Phones 9 and 409 URBANA, ILL. 



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French, Isaac H. & Co. (Isaac H. French and L. W. ^ 

French), wholesale grain dealers, room 5 Post Office bldg 
French, L. W. (Isaac H. French & Co.), r. 203 W. Church 

Fresh, David, elk., r. 407 N. State R? 

Freshwater, Henry, horse trainer, r. 89 N. Walnut y^ 

Friede's Palace Saloon, J. G. Mengel, propr., 61-63 N- (^ 

Market . (^ 

Friedlin, Fred, retired, r. 26 E. Springfield ave O 

Frische, Dave, elk., r. 407 N. State ^ 

Frison, Adam (Frison Bros.), r. 21 E. Springfield ave -^ 

Frison Bros. (Adam and Joseph Frison), carriage makers, .^ 

10-12 E. University ave 

Frison, Charles F., drug clerk, r. 21 E. Springfield ave ^ ^ 

Frison, E. H., painter, r. 21 E. Springfield ave ^^ 

Frison, Joseph (P"rison Bros.), r. 503 W. Springfield ave 5 ':q 

Frost, Mrs. Sarah, wid., r. 303^ N. Neil ^^ 

Fry, Alonzo, farmer, r. 120% E. University ave ^— 

Fry, David, farmer, r. 408 W. Washington -^ 

Fry, John D., constable, r. 502 S. State C^ 

Frye, Mrs. Augusta, wid., r. 3 N. Neil ^ 

Fullerton, James, lab., r. 113 E. White >^ 

Fulton, Bert, hostler, r. Urbana ^C 

Fulton, Robert, grocer and feed dealer, 106 S. Neil, r. 108 m 

W. White J.^ 

Funkhauser, James, retired, r. 609 E. Clark ^ 

Funston, J. H., retired, r. 411 W. Columbia ave ^ 

ABLE, Prank, carp., r. no E. Washington i 

Gabriel, B. C, tailor, r. 310 S. Neil /^ 

Gaines, E. B., liveryman, r. 12 N. Hickory ^ 

Gaines, John, harness maker, r. 109 E. Church fll 

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Manhattan Dyeing and Cleaning Works^ 

'Phone Phoenix 152. 30 WALNUT STREET CHAMPAIGN ILL. 



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^ < Gaines' Livery Barn {\i. H. Gaines, propr.) cor. Washing- 

i u ton and Hickory 

^ Gaiser, Mrs. H., wid.. r. 504 K. Church 

1^ Galbraith, R. C, cnmneer I. C. R. R., r. 2o5 W. Park 

"^^ Gaml)le, G. R., photographer, r. 103 W. University ave 

|h« G. A. R. Woman's Relief Corps No. 233, Kariher blk 
fe-S s G. A. R., Col. Nodine Post No. 140, Kariher blk 

S S'o.G. A. R. Hall, n. w. cor. Church and Neil 
J gf!I (iardiner, (ieorge E., prof. University of Illinois, r. 507 W. 
T)'^ University ave 

g ? Gardiner, Joseph, retired, r. 303 S. Elm 
j^<^ GardiuT. 1'^. A., insurance, Imperial bldg., r. Carter House 
J i^ Gardner, Geor§:e EnOS, prof. Real Property, Torts and 
■gTj^ Evidence, University of Illinois, r. 507 W. University ave 
§"■•3 Garland, Ered, lab., r. 513 N. Poi)lar 
J* ^ Garland, Mrs. Mary, wid., r. 222 W. Maple 
J tj Garret, John, fireman, r. City Hall bldg. 
J g Garrett, John, patrol wagon driver, r. 103 S. Neil 
2 j| Garrison, G. ¥., contractor, r. 40S S. Prairie 
^ »: (Harrison, S. II., bldir. contractor, r. 304 ¥.. Clark 
"" ^Garwood, L. C, jeweler, 13 W. Main. r. 210 W. Church 
C/3 Garwood, \'\ W., contractor and builder, r. 503 E. White 
J^ Gascock, H. A., salesman, r. 211 W. PLureka 
^ Gates, H. J., mail elk. I. C. R. R.. r. 607 S. Randolph 
^ Gausewitz, H. (i., train dispatcher, I. C. R. R., r. W. Hill 
^ Ganss, John, harness maker, r. 109 E. Church 
f-H Gayman, George, shoe dealer, 108 N. Eirst, r. 106 E.Clark 
K^Gaynor, William, painter, r. 38 N. Neil 
U Gazette Building:., s. e. cor. Main and Neil 
G Gearhardt, O. E., carp., r. 511 E. John 
hjH Gehrig, C. M., lab., r, 310 S. Prairie 

hU Wholesale and Retail T,/ T,/ \l/ IT T T \ PH 

HARD AND SOFT COAL W W W A O ft bU 

Delivered to all parts of the City »*• ** • ^...ok^Zu 

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Geig-er, Fred, retired, r. 707 W. Park \g^ 

Geiger, G. F., retired, r. 707 W. Park u^ 

Geisa, Carl, elk., r. 402 E. Hill ^_^ 

Geisa, Fred, lab., r. 402 E. Hill "fj^ 

Geisa, George, lab., r. 402 E. Hill 4^ 

Geisa, William, lab., r. 402 E. Hill ^s^ 

Geisa, William, Jr., elk., r. 402 E. Hill f^ 
Gehrke, Charles H., baker, 207 E. Clark, r. same 

Gehrke, H., tailor, 7 W. Main, r. 102 E. Stoughton WTji 

Gehrig, C. M., lab., r. 310 S. Prairie ^ 
Georg^e, D. B., farm machinery and vehicles, 17-19 N. Wal- Tjj 

nut, r. ^^ E. Springfield ave ^^ 

Gere, G. W. (Gere & Philbrick). r. 107 N. Elm ^ 

Gere & Philbrick (G. W. Gere & S. Philbrick), lawyers, j^ 

16 W. Main ^ 

German Evangelical Lutheran Church, Rev. C.w. Trappe, __ 

pastor, n. w. cor. University ave and Fourth ^ 

German Methodist Episcopal Church, Rev. Bemhard 3 ,?: 

Becker, pastor, n. e. cor. Third and White ^o*^ 
Germyn, Miss Mary, nurse, r. Julia F. Burnham Hospital >t.^ 

Gese, William, elk., r. 402 E. Church z' ^ 
Gibbert, John, painter, r. 404 E. University ave ^ 

Gibbs, Mrs. George, r. 207 E. Green '^ 

Gibbs, Willis, lab., r. 502 N. Neil , ^ 

Giese, Carl, elk., r. 402 E. Hill '^P' 

Gillen, Mrs. M. H., wid., r. 202 W. White ^ 

Gillespie, George M., farmer, r. 741 N. Randolph J^ 
Gillespie, G.W., chief train dispatcher I.C.R.R.,r.40iS.State -Cj 

Gillespie, T. W., train dispatcher, r. 401 S. State kJ 

Gillespie, Samuel J., farmer, r. 710 W. Church ^ 

Gillette, Miss Emma, opr., r. 704 N. Randolph Xfk 



Spalding 



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$1.00 or $5.00 Pair of Shoes. 
19 Main Street, CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



Ill[ URBANA MILL ANO [LEfAIOR, FLouRrFEEimT. etc. 

' Telephone No. 158 Central. 

^ Established A. D. J 850. R. T. Robinson, Prop. T_JF=?I3/\.I^A, IL_1 

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i<GiIlcn, Mrs. Nancy, wicl. r. io8 S. Fourth 

VTTj 2 Gillum, Russell, student, r. 613 W. Clark 

S?Gillum, Mrs. H. T., wid., r. 613 W. Clark 

^_-Gilluni. R. M., painter, r. 613 W. Clark 

^ oCiillum, W. L., student, r. 613 W. Clark 

c/3 J^Ciillen, C. K.. engineer, r. 106 W. Clark 
W zGillen, E. F., night elk. The Carter House, r. 34-36 N. Walnut 

^ uCiillen, Mrs. Mae, wid., r. 202 W. White 
^ « .. . 
Q/ il Gillespie, George, opr., r. 401 S. State 

^^(lillespie, S. J., retired, r. 710 W. Church 

^ w Girth, Mrs. Minnie, wid., r. 503^4 S. Neil 

c^ 5 Gladden, Mrs. E. W., r. 20 N. Hickory 

^ „(ilandt, August, cigarmaker, r. 406 K. Hill 

^ Glandt, Miss Amelia, laundress Doane House, r. 406 E. Hill 

*~* Glandt, Charles, lab., r. 406 E. Hill 

^ Glandt, Pred, bartender, r. N. P'irst 

Glandt, Mrs. Minnie, wid.. r. 406 E. Hill 

^ Giant, Miss Nellie, r. 206 N. Pirst 

flS Glasco, H. A., implement dealer, r. 2 1 1 W. Eureka 

'^ Gleason, H. M., retired, r. 604 W. Springfield ave 

■mJ Glenn, J. C, stock raiser, r. 402 W. Hill 

^^ Glenn, L. L., student, r. 402 W. Hill 

^^ Glenn, Mrs. M. E. wid., r. 306 W. Washington 

^ Glenn, Otis F., student, r. 402 W. Hill 

^^ Glick, Herman, carrier, r. cor. Clark and First 

^■^ Glick, Max, tailor, 108 South First 

^^ Gliffin, Jim, barber, r. 610 N. Poplar 

Glosser, Mrs. Annie M., wid., r. 621 S. Neil 

Glover, C, retired, r. 109 W. Columbia av^e 

Glover, C. H. (Cigars and Tobacco), 41 W. Main, r. 409 

Columbia ave 

VISIT T T 7" RTT /n t-» c" *> ^ !?-/>♦> ^°' prices lower than the lowest- 
;^;^tr i^» V ♦ IVianSpeaKCr^ imported and Domestic Table 
Delicacies at pleasing prices at MA.N SPEAKER'S GROCERY. Both 'Phones 97 



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John Price, Mgr. i6 N. Neil St.. Champaign. J PAPER HANGI NG and DEC ORATI NG 

Tucker & Wakeman's Champaign Directory. 55 

Goddard, J. H., barber, r. 406 S. Main 

Goddard, Paul R., foreman Daily News, r. 103 W.Univers- 

ity ave 
Gordon, E. C, painter and paper hanger, r. 109 N.William 
Goff, M. A. (Pollard, GofF& Co.), treas. Champaign Trans- 
fer Elevator Co., r. 309 W. University ave 
Good, W. T., teamster, r. 308 E. Healey ^^ 

Goodman, Mrs. L., caterer, 210 E. Church, r. same *" 

Goodman, Robert, carp., 210 E. Church, r. same «=> 

Gordon, E. C, painter, r. 109 W. William ^ 

Gorham, Henry, farmer, r. 716 W. University ave eS 

Goss, Henry C, driver, r. 306 E. Healey 

Goss, Mrs. William, wid., r. ^10 E. White ^i 

Gossett, Charles, T., compositor, r. 106 W. Church ^.a 

Gossett, J. P., conductor I. C. R. R., r. 601 W. White S^ 
Gough, H. D., coachman, r. 501 N. Church ^= 

Gould, Charlie, lab., r. 407 E. Grove 1_^ 

Grady, Charles, lab., r. 723 N. Neil -^ 

Grady, Harry E., painter, r. 204 E. Stoughton i--^ 

Graff, Rev. Franklin L., pastor Congregational Church, r. CO 

512 W. University ave 
Graham, B., propr. The Arcade, r. 6oj N. Hickory 
Graham, Mary K., dressmaker, r, 609 N. Hickory 
Graham, Robert, lab., r. 609 N. Hickory 
Graham, William M., elk., r. 609 N. Hickory 
Graney, John, engineer I. C. R. R., r. 317 S. Neil 
Grand StUdiO,Tlie,Abernathy & Stafford.prop^, 105 W.Park 
Granger, George, engineer, r. 302 S. State 
Gratz, George, lab., r. 412 E. Vine 
Graves, Mrs. Clara, wid., r. 403 W. Hill C T^ 

Gray, Arthur R., barber, r. 503 N. Poplar 



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DENTIST. 

Teeth extracted without pain. 
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i-n»(^»n»ltArnTT real estate 

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21 MAIN STREET, BELL PHONE 177. CHAMPAIGN 
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vn (0 Gray, C. C, fireman, r. 205 W. Springfield ave 

»j z G^ray, Daniel, elk., r. 309 \V. Columbia ave 

<; I Gray, Ed., lab., r. 605 N. Poplar 

y^ - Gray, George, lab., r. 605 N. Champaign 

O J Gray, Mrs. Rebecca, wid., r. 309 W. Columbia ave 

^ Q Gray, Dr. W. L., physician and surgeon, no N. First, r. 

2 402 E. University ave 

^ y Gray, William, lab., r. Heardsle\- St. Mat 

tju ^ Greeley, M., carp., r. 210 \V. University ave 

J Green. Miss Blanch, laundress, r. 102 E. Washington 
"^ ^ Green, luiwin, shoemaker, 28 N. Walnut, -r. 306 E. White 
osi Q. (rreen. Jay, trimmer Gulick Tailoring Co., r. 306 E.White 



;z o Gireen, John, produce dealer, r. 503}^ N. Neil 
Green. Otis M., salesman, r. Url)ana 
Green, Miss Pearl, r. 705 W. Park 



O Greenawalt, O. D., machinist, r. 607 South Sixth 

^ Greenhalgh, J. R.. propr. Bargain Store, r. 203 W. Church 

^,,1 Green halgh's Bargain Store. J. R. Greenhalgh. prop., r. 6 

^ W. Main 

^^^ Greenley, T. J., agt., r. 505 E. Grove 

OlJ Greenwalt, C. C, machinist, r. 312 E. Green 

»— 1 Grein, John, carp., r. 409 E. Stoughton 

»--^ Grenere, George, upholsterer, r. 304 W. Eureka 

>-^ Grenier, George A., upholsterer, r. 304 W. Eureka 

Gresham, S. D., electrician, r. 208 W. Washington 
[y^ Griffin. Frank, engineer, r. 204 W. University ave 

Grifiin, James, barber. Oak, nr. E. Main 
-^ Gring, Mrs. Julia, wid. r. 210 W. Fremont 
•"^ Gritton, Allan, pressman, r. 603 E. Clark 
J Groff, Rev. F. L., pastor First Congregational Church, r. 
<^Q_^ 512 W. University a\e 

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Phoenix" Phone 127. 49 North Market Street. CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



GDLICK TAILORING CO, 

55 AND 57 MAIN ST. 

The Largest Tailoring House in Central Illinois. 

Carry a very large stock of fine 

Tmpomd and Domestic iUoolens 

of all the latest and newest loom 
weaves, in 

CHEVIOTS, 

WORSTEDS, 
VICUNAS, 
CREPES, 
TRICOTS, 

CASSIMERES, 
MELTONS, Etc., Etc. 

Suits Made to Order from $12 to $25. 

We also have a Manufacturing Department, making 
our Ready-Made Suits by the dozens, and retailing them 
at wholesale prices, for cash. 

SUITS OF OUR OWN MAKE AT FROM 

$3.00 TO $15.00, 

in Men^s and Youths^ sizes ; $KOQ and up in Children's 
Sizes. 

GULICK TAILORING CO., 

55 & 57 riain St.. CHAMPAIGN. 




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and Insurance. Loans on City and Farm 
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Groves, Isaac, retired, r. 502 E. John Z^ 

Groves, J. I., physician, r. 501 E. Green rys 

Guazwitz, H. A., train dispatcher, r. 1 1 1 W. Hill 
Guinn, Sidney, compositor, r. 611 S. State P© 

Gulick, Alva E., elk., r. 617 W. Clark 

GuliCk, A. P. (Gulick Tailoring Co.), r. 107 W. White 12 

Gulick, Charles N., lab., r. 617 W. Clark ^, 

Gulick, Clyde D., student, r. 209 W. Church ^^ 

Gulick, C. W. (Gulick Tailoring Co.), r. 209 W. Park — 

Gulick, E. E., minister, r. 209 W. Church ^ 

Gulick, Frank M. (Gulick Tailoring Co.), r. 209 W. Park ^ 
Gulick & Gulick (J. R. & J. P. Gulick,) lawyers, 1 1 W.Main ^ 
Gulick, J. R. (Gulick & Gulick), r. 209 W. Church hph 

Gulick, Joseph P. (Gulick & Gulick), r. 209 W. Church ^ 
Gulick, ROSCOe E., lawyer, 11 W. Main, r. 209 W. Churchy BL 
Gulick, S. C.(Gulick Tailoring Co.)r.6o2 W.Springfield aveO) |jj 
Gulick, Thomas A., news dealer, r. 209 W. Church 

Gulick Tailoring: Co. (C. W., A. P., F. M. and S. C. 

lick), 55-57 W. Main 
Gundlock, Fred, lab. r. 205 W. Columbia ave 
Gwinn, Charles C, contractor, r. 611 S. State 

IT. A AS, Harry L., watchmaker, r. W. Clark 
Hadler, Miss Annie, seamstress, r. 303 S. State 
Hadler, Miss Carrie, seamstress, r. 303 S. State 
Hadler, Mrs. F., wid., r. 303 S. State 
Hagan, Mrs. Catherine, wid., r. 611 E. Park 
Hagan, Miss Mary, dressmaker, r. 611 E. Park 
Hagan, Thomas, agt. Terre Haute Brewing Co., r. 205 E. Q cf 
White ^ ? p 

Hagen, Miss Louise, saleslady, r. 17 E. Springfield ave ^ 

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^^ Hat^^en, Peter, elk., r. 17 E. Springfield ave 

I laley, A. F. (Champai^^m Electrical Construction Co.). r. 
^2 402 W. Church 
rj Haley, Mrs. A. P., r. 402 \\\ Church 
^ i laley, David, lab., r. 209 W. University ave 

Haley, H. A., i)hysician. 35-37 W. Main, r. 402 W. Church 

^ Haley Medical Institute, Dr. H. A. Haley, propr., 35-37 

U \V. Main 

• Hall, Dr. Abbie G., physician, r. io8 W. Church 
^^ Hall, A. T., retired, r. 201 W. Church 
Hall, Joseph, brakeman, r. 208 N. Ash 

^ Hall, O. K., lab., r. 725 W. University ave 
Hall, W. B.(Percival 8c Hall), r. 1 N. Neil 
coo Haller, Jacob, meat market, 410^ E. University ave., r. 

j^ . 410 E. University ave 

ZJ Halquist, Martin, r. 605 W. Clark 
jO^- I lam. H., retired, r. 1 10 W. Springfield ave 
mo-l Hamen, Fred, pressman (iulick Tailoring Co., r. 309 E. Hill 
i/i 2 Hamlin, Miss Louise, nurse, r. 401 W. White 
z ^ Hamill, Fred B., lawyer, 14 \V. Main, r. Carter House 
X I lamilton, C. F.. mgr. Taylor Opera House, r. 210 \V. Park 
°" I lamilton, Pent, mgr. Walker Opera House, r. 210 W. Park 

^ Hamilton, Julius, secy, and treas.. Walker Opera House, 
r. 207 W. Church 
^^ Hamilton, J. retired, r. 207 W. Church 
^T^ Hamilton, Oscar, car repairer, r. 509 Ash 
U5 Hamilton, Samuel, brakeman, r. 103 N. Market 
-^T Hammond, C. R., fireman, r. 207 W. Eureka 
^^ Hammond, P., liveryman, r. Church and I. C. R. R. tracks 
Hammers, Miss Lillian, teacher Champaign schools, r. 509 
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Hammers, Morgan J., student, r. 509 W. White ^ 

Hammers, Mrs. R. J., wid., r. 509 \V, White 3 

Hampel, C. E., driver, r. N. Elm ^^ 

Hampel, G. W., bartender, r. N. Elm (^ 

Hampton, Andrew, mail carrier, r. 309 E. Healey 1.^ 

Handley, M. F., carp., r. 206 S. First 
Hanes, Mrs. M. A., wid., r. 1055^ W. Park 
Hank, F. C, foreman W. W. Walls & Co., r. -105 E. 



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Hanly, William, lab., r. 507 E. White *3 

Hannan, B., retired, r. 409 E. Springfield ave ^^ 

Hannum, C. F., foreman book-bindery Gazette, r. 505 W. V^ 

Washington r; 

Hanover, James, linotype opr., r. 107 W. Columbia ave tr ^ 

Hanson, Ernest C, horseman, r. 708 S. Ranndolph 3 g" 

Hanson, Hans, lab., r. 208 E. Clark J- ^ 

Hanson, John E., well driller, r. 708 S. Randolph ? 8 

Hanson, John, lab., r. Third and Healey " 

Hanson, Martin E., deliveryman, r. 708 S. Randolph |JL^ 

Hanson, Nelson, teamster, r. no E.White ^ 

Happ, Mrs. Eva, wid., r. 305 S. Prairie ^ . 

Happ, George R., salesman, r. 305 S. Prairie ^ 

Happ, Miss Ida, stenographer, r. 305 S. Prairie ^ 

Harbison, D. B., retired, r. 602 W. Church Jl^ 

Harding, Albert N., deliveryman, r. 407 W. Vine ^ 

Harding, Fred, retired, r, 201 W. University ave ^ 

Harding, Fred P., bkkpr., r. 201 W. University ave O-^ 

Harding, George A., concrete layer, r. 407 W. Vine Q^ 

Harding, Richard C, r. 407 W. X'ine ^ 

Hardy, W. F., agricultural implements, 36 W. University ^ 

ave., r, 302 E. University ave C^ 

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'Phone Phoenix 152. 30 WALNUT STREET CHAMPAIGN ILL. 



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I 5 Harine, Chris, butcher, r. to8 E. Park 

^ S Harkins, M., ci<j^armaker, r. Commercial House 

^ Harnsberger, J. J., propr. Farmers' Feed Barn and Sale 

"I . Stable, r. 701 W. Clark 

^1 Harp. John, teamster, r. 608 E. University ave 

Harper, William, bridge foreman I. C. R. R., r. 25 E. 



Mr: 

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§•0 § Harr. Harry. Jeweler, r. 208 W. Clark 

^►«Silarr, William H.. elk., r. 210 W. Columbia ave 

^o^ I larrinL^ton. Tom. implement dealer, r. 505 \. Prospect ave 

^ g° Harris, B. F., Jr., pn^st. and treas. Urbana and Cham- 

S o pai.L^n Railway, Cas and Electric Co., r. cor. Elm and 

^S'^ Church 

^1 1 Harris, B. F., Sr.. prest. First Xat'l Hank. r. Church bet. 

w*^(^ I^lm and Lynn 

O I 1 larris, C. C, blacksmith, r. 717 N. Neil 

^ ^ Harris, David H., elk., r. 210 W. Columbia ave 

S 1 Harris, D. E. (D. E. Harris & Co.), r. 701 N. State 

^ 1 Harris. D. E. & Co. (D. E. cS: Z. W. Harris, proprs.). con- 

oi . fectioners, 61 N. Xeil 

X u 1 larris. PVank. elk., r. 701 N. State 

C/3 Harris, H. H., propr. The Gazette; cashr. F'irst Xat'l Piank; 
-4-> prest. Champaign Transr(T Elevator Co.. r. 501 W. 

^ Church 

^ Harris, H. P., farmer, r. s. w. Elm and John 

^ Harris, Mrs. Ida, wid., r. 303 X, P21m 
r-H Harris, J. P.. nurseryman, r. 612 W. Park 

Harris, J. G., propr. Klondike Saloon, r. 57 X. Market 



* Harris. J. O. P.. lab., r. 58 E. University ave 



Ch Harris, N. M., secy. Urbana and Champaign Railway. Gas 
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Harris, Payne, farmer, south end of Elm ^d 

Harris, Zera W. (D. E. Harris & Co.), r. 701 N. State ]^ 
Harrison, Charles, trav. salesman, r. 412 W. Chestnut \J 
Harrison, Charles B., trav. salesman, r. 741 N. Randolph [JJ 
Harrison, Henry, lab..r. 410^4 E. White yQ 

Harry, Miss Fannie, opr. Phoenix Telephone Co., r. Urbana 
Hart, A. H., barber, r. 103 S. Neil Op 

Hart, A. N., engineer, r. 24 E. Healey 

Hart, Anna, saleslady, r. 703 N. Randolph MM 

Hart, J. L., fireman, r. 77 N. Walnut ^^ 

Hart, W. G., conductor I. C. R. R., r. i E. Springfield ave ^ZZJ 
Hartman, A. H., contractor and builder, r, 403 W. Spring- ^^ 
field ave j^vj 

Hartman, George W., tinner, r. 31 N. Hickory [Tj 

Harty, Edward, Jr., brakeman, r. 112 E. Church '^ 

Harty, Edward, Sr., retired, r, 112 E. Church ^ 

Harvey, William, lab., r. 107 W. Charles w 

Harwood, Mrs. A., wid., r. 503 S. State H ,Z 

HarwOOd &, Clark (George W. Harwood, E. S. Clark), |?^ 

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real estate, loans and insurance, 53 N. Neil ^o^l 

Harwood, George W. (Harwood & Clark), r. 601 W. Uni- g^^ 

versity ave r- 

Harrington, T. L., machinery dealer, r. 505 N. Prospect ave S^ 
Hasenbrook, Mrs. Christine, wid., r. 310 W. Columbia ave 
Hasenbrook, Mrs. Mary, wid., r. 607 N. Neil H^ 

Hasenbrook, William, emp. I.C.shops,r.3 10 W.Columbia ave *^^ 
Hass, Harry, elk., r. 206 W. Clark |^Li 

Hatch, Charles B., propr. The Beardsley, r. same f"^ 

Havens, Miss Bertha E., teacher, r. 405 W. Columbia ave ^\ 
Havens, Miss Cora B., bkkpr. News office, r. 405 W. Co- i-jH 

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, ] < Havens, Charles H., steamfitter, r. 405 W. Columbia ave 

^_, s Havens, Miss Coral B., cashier Daily News* r. 405 W. 
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^ ^Havens, Mrs. G. E., wid., r. 405 W. Columbia ave 
^ gHawke, Miss Carrie, saleslady, r. 607 N. Elm 
^ i:!Hawke. Georc^^e, lab., r. 60; N. Elm 

r^ g Hawke, Miss Mable, saleslady, r. 607 N. Elm 

SHayden, H. M., advertisement writer, r. 311 E. White 

*^ w Hayes. P. L., engineer I. C. R. R., r. 104 \V. Springfield 

^ Hays, William N., engineer I. C. R. R., r. 620 S. State 
y wHazen, Mark, salesman, r. 411 W. Columbia ave 
3 ^ Heart, Ad., barber, r. 103 S. Neil 
*H ^ Heath, Miss Ella, artist, r. 3 1 1 W. Washington 
i/i ""Heath, Miss Lillie, sec. to prcs. University of Illinois, r, 311 
h5 \V\ Washington 

Heath, Miss Sue E., r. 311 W. Washington 
^ Heath, William A., cashier Champaign Nat'l Bank, r. 715 
Q^ W. University ave 
^^ 1 lebble, Charles, painter, r. 609 E. Clark 
^^ Hecox, Mrs. Ellen, wid., r. 310 W. Church 
^^ Hecox, Walter, student, r. 310 W. Church 

Heffernan Bros. (John Heffernan cK: William Heffernan), 

Wholesahi Tobacco. Liquors and Cigars, 47 W. Main 

Heffernan & Coffey (William l ieffernan & Thomas CoH'ey), 

Wholesale Liquor Dealers, 51 W. Main 
llc^ffernan. James P.. elk., r. 201 W. Washington 
Heffernan John (Heffernan Bros.) r. 20 r W. W^ashington 
1 Ieffernan, Miss Mamie, seamstress Ciulick Tailoring Co., r. 

210 W. Washington 
Heffernan, Miss Mary, vestmaker, r. 201 W. Washington 

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I Use the House and Villa Mixed Paints. 
John Price, Mgr. i6 N. Neil St., Champaign. j The Best on Earth. 

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Heffernan, William (Heffernan & Coffey), (Heffernan 

Bros.) r. n.^w. cor. State and Washington 
Hefifley, B. R., elk., r. 204 W. Washington 
Heftelfinger, A. K., retired, r. 609 W. Springfield ave 
Heffelfinger, Miss Zula, bkkpr., r. 60; W. Springfield ave 
Hegebart, F., retired, r. 501 E. University ave 
Heimlicher, F. L., stationary engineer, r. 305 W. Clark 

Helbling: & Fieldbinder (F. \W. Helbling & William Field-" 

binder) merchant tailors, 12 W. Main 
Helbling:, F. U. (Helbling & Fieldbinder), r. 302 E. Clark 
Helbling, Louis F., tailor, r. 302 E. Clark 
Heller, J. S., bkkpr., r. 404 E. Stoughton ^C3 

Hellgyst, Martin, tailor, r. 605 W. Clark aS 

Helms, B., drayman, r. 305 S. State ^^ 

Helms, J. R., lab., r. 7 E. Springfield ave ^53 

Hemphill, Miss Clara, saleslady, r, 508 E. John 3» 

Hemple, C. E., deliveryman, r. N. Elm and I C. R. R. 
Hemple, O. C, carp., r. N. Elm and I. C. R. R. 3*^ 

Hemple, G. W., bartender, r. N. Elm and I. C. R. R. ^^ 
Hemple, John, retired, r. N. Elm and I. C. R. R. ZH^ 

Hemple, Newt. F., elk., r. N. Elm and I. C. R. R. 
Henderson, A. J., lineman, r. 401 S. Wright 
Hendey, Charles, painter, r. 108 W. Washington 
Hendren, Miss M. Florence, teacher drawing public schools, 

r. 206 W. Park 
Hendren, Mrs. Martha A., wid., r. 206 W. Park 
Hendrahan, Michael, elk., r. 507 E. White 
Hendricks & P>itz (A. W. Hendricks & J. B. Fritz), pre- 
mium stamp store, 34 N. Neil 
Hendricks, S. M., carp., r. 26 E. Healey U^ 

Henley, S. E., carp., r. 307 Wheaton ave 

Dr. D. H. SHAFER, j^^f^in Dentist. 

y2% MAIN STREET, CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



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REAL ESTATE 

LOANS AND INSURANCE 

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c o Hennig. Prof. W. A., retired, r. 51 N. Neil 
w£ Menry. Miss Agnes, with Henry's grocery, r. 109 E. Park 
«t" Henrw Miss Annie, saleslady, r. 204 E. Hill 
«^ o Henry, I^ernard, elk., r. 109 E. Park 

I Icnrx , Daniel, boilermaker, r. 204 E. Hill 
' ^ Henry E., grocer and druggist, r. 109 E. Park 

O Henr\-, Mrs. Pollen, wid.. r. 308 S. Wheaton ave 
\^ Henry's GrOCery,E. Henry,propr., i o i - 1 03 E. University ave 
^i_k I lenry, John, bartender, r. 67 N. Market 
^^ Henry, Mrs. M. E., wid., r. 308 Wheaton ave 
(/^ Henry, Thomas, B., barkeeper, r. 204 E. Hill 

. Hensley, Charles M., student, r. 310 S. Neil 
^ Hensley, W. C. (Phillips & Hensley). r. 310 S. Neil 

r^ Hentz, Mrs. C. A., wid., r. 503 N. Neil 
v^ Hernie. Charles, lab., r. 612 E. University ave 

;-i Hershbarger. Mrs. M. J., wid., r. 410 \\\ Columbia ave 
^ ^ Hessel, J. E. (City and Farm Loans) 39 Main, r. loi 
iJh Springfield ave 

^ Hessell, Mrs. M. A., wid.. r. loi W. Springfield ave 
^"S HeUCk, Henry (Walsh & Heuck). 75 E. Main 
2.^ Hibbs. Miss Jennie, r. 202 W. White 
^^ Hicks, C. L.. barber, r. 109 E. Main 

Higbee, Joseph, restaurant, 42 W. Main. r. 13 Market 

^ Higbee, O. G., waiter, r. 13 Market 

^ Higginbotham. Mrs. M. A., wid., r. 705 S. Wright 
X-i Hi<rhland, lames, bartender, r. 40 W. Main 
1^ Hill, C. S., watchmaker and jeweler, 9 W. Main. r. 311 
l^" W. Springfield ave 

♦ I lill. bVed .S., driver, r. 8 Hickory 

^ Hill, G. L., L. K. Howse & Co., r. 8 Hickory 

♦ Hill, L., grocer. 8 N. Hickory 

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LOANS AND INSURANCE. 

49 N. Walnut Street. CHAMPAIGN. 

PHOENIX 'PHONE 127. 



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REAL ESTATE 

and Insurance. Loans on City and Farm 
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Milliard, Mrs. Gus., seamstress, r. S12 E. Washino-ton ^^ 

Hilligoss, \V. T., fireman, r. 506 W. Thomas ave L. IJ 

Hindman, Mrs. C, wid., r. 511 \\\ White 

Hindman, John J., collector Gazette, r. 51 1 W. White r^ 

Hinds, W^ilson, pan-washer The Reardsley, r. same 

Hineman, John H., collector Daily Gazette, r. 51 i W.White "^ 

Hines, Miss Clara, hairdresser, r. 17 N. Neil f^ 

Hines, Henry F., plasterer, r. 17 Water ^^ 

Hines, J. L., liveryman, r. 616 }4 W. Clark ^^ 

Hinkle, N. G., retired, r. 505 E. Clark ^^ 

Hinman, L. D., switchman, r. 25 W. Main ^I^ 

Hitt, Mrs. Josie, wid., r. 512 W. Columbia ave -^^ 

Hobbs, Ed., farmer, r. 602 E. Springfield ave 

Hobbs, H. A., farmer, r. 602 E. Springfield ave J^ 

Hobbs, John, farmer, r. 602 E. Springfield ave 2 

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Hobbs, M. E,, painter, r. 41 1 N. Neil ^ '^ 
Hobbs, Wilson, farmer, r. 602 E. Sprinefield ave 

Hoffman, Benjamin, machinist, r. 408 N. First > ^ 

Hoffman, John, emp. street dept., r. 408 N. First Z ?? 

Hoffman, W. M., carp., r. 208 W. Charles dj hjj 
Hogan, O. S., freight agt. I. C. R. R., 8 W.Springfield ave H X 

Hogan, Peter, salesman, r. i 7 E. Springfield ave pi tT^ 

Hogan, William, barber, r. 5 Springfield ave ^ ^ 

Hoelz, Charles D., motorman, r. 606 N. Hickory " OJQ 

Holl, Charles, lab., r. 208 Stouo-hton 

Hollensbe, E. B., photographer, r. 208 W. Eureka ^ t3 

Holliday, Stephen, lab., r. 401 N. Champaign 2 

Holmes, Charles, fireman, r, 116 N. Hickory J J3 

Holmes, Charles, Jr., hostler, r. 116 N. Hickory 7^ ^ 

Holmes, Frank, lab., r. 8 E. University ave Z p 
Holmes, Harry, hostler, r. 116 N. Hickor\- ^ 



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Tin and Sheet Iron Work 

Wood Mantels, Grates, Etc. 
28 MAIN ST., CHAMPAIGN. 



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^4 Ilolton. E. G., landscape gardener, r. 817 W. Church 

Moltz, Mrs. Bertha, wid., r. 715 N. Randolph 
13 Holtz. Lloyd, trimmer, r. 715 N. Randolph 
C Home Forum, Champaign Forum No. 416, Kariher blk. 
C^ Home Insurance Co. (E. H. Sperry, agt), 3 W. Main 
Hondorf. J. F., carp., r. 309 E. Sprino-ficld ave 
^mJm Hopper, Mrs. M. A., wid., r. 504 W. Washington 
^ Horine, F. M., mgr. The Carter House. 34-36 N. Walnut 
^ Horn, L. W., lab., r. 509 E. Nine 
QQ I loskins, A,, elk., r. 402 W. Church 

Hottes, Charles Frederick, asst. Botany, University of Illi- 
^ iiois, r. 405 N. State 
„^ Hough, Dr. Charles F., i)hysician. 55 N. Neil, r. 208 W. Hill 



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z "^ I loiik, Crant," retired, r. 24 Locust 

X Houser, J. W., bkkpr., r. 505 .S. Elm 

Houston, Mrs. S., wid., r. 602 W. Springfield ave 

% Howard C. P. (Howard & Cushing), r. i i 1 W. Church 

^ Howard & Cushing (C. P. Howard c^ F. L. Cushing) 

^^ dentists. 1 W. Main 

^^ Howard. F.. l\, wid., r. 503 S. Neil 

^^ Howard, Dr. H. C, physician, r. i i 1 \\\ Church 

"^^ Howard, H. D., engineer, r. 309 S. State 

QQ Howard, Mrs. Lyde, wid., r. 503 S. Neil 

Howe. Miss. Grace, bkkpr., r. Urbana 

5 I lowse, I). H., 1)kkpr., r. 412 W. Church 

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COAL, LIME, BUILDERS' SUPPLIES, ETC. 

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Howse, Miss Grace, r. 618 W. University ave ^ 

Howse, L. K. (L. K. Howse & Co.), r. 8 Hickory ^ 

Howse, L. K. Sl Co., (L. K. Howse & G. L. Hill), whole- "^ 

sale fruits and produce, 71 N. Neil ^ 

Howse, Miss Minnie, r. 608 W. University ave ~~^ 

Howser, William, bkkpr., r. 505 S. Elm ^ 

Hoxie, Miss Irene, money order elk., r. 19 S. Market /^^ 

Hoxie, T. H., elk., r. 19 S. Market Q) 

Hoxie, Mrs. W. H., wid., r. 19 S. Market ^ 

Hub, The (M. Marks, propr.), clothing and furnishing goods, "^ 

4 W. Main [I^ 

Hubbard, G. W. (Hubbard & Sons), Urbana, r. 21 1 W.Elm "• 

Hubbard, H. T., (Hubbard & Sons), Urbana, r. 306 W.Elm :^ ? 

Hubbard & Sons (T. S., G. W. and H. T. Hubbard), con- | E 

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tractors for steam and hot water heatint^, 12 W. Main ^, '^; 

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Hubbard, T. S. (Hubbard & Sons), Urbana, r. 3 10 W.Green ' 

Hucke, P. M., teacher Champaign High School, r. 205 W. _L 

University ave >A 

Hudson, E. L., carp., r. 204 W. Washington ^ 

Hudson, Miss Eva, music teacher, r, 204 W. Washington .^ 

Huey, v., teacher Champaign High School, r. 201 S, Elm -^^ 

Huff, Mrs. Blanch, r. 309 W. Hill ~ 

Huff, Georg'e A., Jr., asst. director of gymnasium. Uni- m 

versity of Illinois, r. 409 W. University ave "y 

Huffman, L. F., plasterer, r. 504 E. Springfield ave ^ 

Hughes, A. L., insurance, r. 626^ W. Hill ^ 

Hughes, Mrs. Ann D., 626^ W. Hill (/^ 

Hughes, Mrs. Catherine, wid., r. 408 E. Park j 

Hughes, E. J., brakeman, r. 311 E. Clark ^ 

Hughes, George, lab., r. 212 E. White -<^ 

Hughes, Henry, retired, r. 310 Clark m 

Manhattan Dyeing and Cleaning Works^ 

Phone Phoenix 152. 30 WALNUT STREET CHAMPAIGN ILL. 



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DRUGGISTS 

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I < Hughes, Joseph, machinist, r. 8i N. Walnut 

(^ ^ Hughes, Lawrence, watchman, r. 727 X. Neil 

s Hughes, Michael, section foreman, r. n. s. I. C. R. R. and 

M<j Harris ave 

^. I Hughes, R. v., linotype opr.. r. 710 X. Neil 

Ip^* Hughes. Miss Rose, saleslady, r. 310 K. Clark 

^^ § Hug^hes, S. K.. real estatt; and insurance, also sec. and treas. 

J S J" Champaign Tile Factory, 39 Neil, r. 312 S. IVairie 

^3 Sh 1 lulhart, Martin, retired, r. 20 N. Hickory 

'^^ Hullihan, Thomas, train boy, The Heardsley, r. same 

I I Hulse. J. W., lab, r. 725 X. Neil 

tS'^ Humbert, B. L., mgr. Arthur Jordan Co., r. 103 \V. Uni- 

.0 oi versity ave 

\'%^ Hume, Miss Jinks, saleslady, r. 328 S. Xeil 

J I Hume, Mrs. Martha, wid., r. 318 S. Xeil 

^ ^ I lundt, Miss Ida elk., r. 302 E. Washington 

4 -^ Hundt, Mrs. Mary, wid., r. 302 E. Washington 

(^ c Hurin, J. N., retired, r. 310 S. Neil 

1 s I lurin, W. N.. carp., r. 31 1 S. Xeil 

u s Huston, I., teamster, r. ; i 2 N. Poplar 
^ u _ . ' V,' 1 ^ 

I Iustc»n, William, shoemaker, r. 723 X. Randolph 
^y^ \ lutchison, PVank. poultry dresser, r. 702 X. Poplar 

Ji 1 lyde, A. W., retired, r. 407 W. Columbia ave 

^ Hyde, Louis A., r. 407 W. Columbia ave 

^ Hyke. Henry, plumber, r. 710 X. Xeil 
w^ Hylan, John Perham, instructor. Psychology, University 
{"^ of Illinois, r. 603 E. Daniel 

^^ Hyre. William \\\, carp.,r. 2io\\\ Tremont 

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Ch !♦ C.R.R. Machine Shops. I. C. R. R. tracks nr. Washington 
H^ Imperial Building:, n. w. cor. Taylor and Walnut 

MH Wholesale and Reta.l TTt TTt ll/TTT T O V (^Oi 

HARD AND SOFT COAL W W W A N A/ ) 

Delivered to all parts of the City. '» • '1 , Ilill-i.W \K \J\J % 

Phones: Phwnix 77, Bell J67. S.E. Cor. University Ave. and Market, CHAMPAIGN 



See \Y7TT T TQ^ Handsome T* Lt T ' 

WlLLlo Stock of 1 able Linens 

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Imperial Hall, Imperial bldg j^ 

I. N. G. Armory, Imperial bldg IZJ 

Innes, Miss A., dressmaker, r. 835 W. Church Ji 

Innes, Mrs. E., wid., r. 835 W. Church ^ 

Inskip, E. T., switchman, r. 103 W, Vine ^ 

I. 0. 0. F. Temple, 9-11 N. Neil 

I. O. F., Court Wata§:a No. 3251, imperial bldg P^ 

I. 0. 0. F., Kaulbach Lod§:e. No. 549, Kariher blk 

Ireland, E. C, conductor 1. C. R. R., r. 616 W. Church |n| 
Ireton, Miss Angle (Ireton & Burwash), r. 212 W. Park ^ 
Ireton & Burwash (Angle Ireton and C. L. Burwash), 7^ 
millinery, 29 W. Main ^ 

Irle, H. H., conductor I. C. R. R., r. 207 W. Washington ^ 
Irwin, Fred, bartender, r. 20 E. Springfield ave JjTji 

Isabell, A. H., engineer, r. 209 W. Clark "* 

lungrich, C. R., law student, r. Urbana _,_ 



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Jackson, Rev. A. J., minister, r. 19 Water ^^ I* 

Jackson, Benj. F., carp., r. 209 W. Beardsley ave S^^ 

Jackson, George W., carp., r. 209 W. Beardsley ave * H. 

Jackson, H. J., retired, r. 205 W. Beardsley ave • — ' — 
Jackon, I. A., retired, r. 205 W. Beardsley ave .. 

Jackson, Leander W., r. 209 W. Beardsley ave *%■ 

Jackson, Richard E., lab., r. 209 W. Beardsley ave J^ 

Jackson, Scott, carp., r. 503 W. Columbia ave )^ 

Jacobs, E. E., bkkpr., r. 605 W. Union J^ 

Jacobs, E. E., plumber, r. 605 W. Union Q 

Jacobs, Miss Lizzie, bookbinder, r. Urbana hni 

Jacobus, V. v., elk., r, 506 E. Stoughton s jn^ 



Spalding 



Gives you full value for your money, whether you buy a 

$1.00 or $5.00 Pair of Shoes. 
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THE URBftNIi MILL UNO [LEVATOR, FLouFFEErtTL, etc. 

Telephone No. 158 Central. 

^ Established A. D. 1850. R. T. Robinson, Prop. l_J F? 13 iOi IM A. , II I_. 

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J < James & Flani§:an, (George James and J. A. Flanigan), 
^T5 2 I'eal estate, loans and insurance, 36 N. Main 

§ I James, George M. (James & Flanioran), r. 620 W. Hill 

^„-Iarman. Allen R.. druof elk., r. 24 Locust 

ni ° larman, Allen W., druir elk., r. 24. Locust 

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c/3 "■ Jayne, Miss Nellie, teacher Champaign schools, r. 706 \V. 

^ § Springfickl avc- 

2 S Jayne, Violet Delille, dean Woman's Department Univer- 
p^ h sity of Illinois, r. 112 E. Green 

^cjeakins, H., fireman I. C, R. R., r. 506 S. Neil 

y ""Jefferson, Ers. Susan, wid., r. 313 S. Neil 

<^ w Jefferson, Thomas, lab., r. 507 N, Oak 

^ njenkens. Ferry, yard elk I. C. R. R., r. loi S. State 

^ Jenks, Charles E., machnst. Robinson & Burr. r. i i 2 W. Hill 
*~^ Jenks, Harry E., engineer, r. 112 W. Hill 

^ Jester, Levi, farmer, r. n. s. Church and city limits 

^ Jeter, James, cook Doane House, r. same 
^^ Jewel, W. T., carp., r. 505 S. Elm 
Q£ Jinkins, Mrs. Mary E., dressmaker, r. 510 E. Healey 
'^ John Sing, laundryman, r. 3 W. Church 
"J Johns, Harry A., decorator, r. 711 \V. Hill 
^^ Johnson, Anthony, coachman, r. 22 N. Hickory 
^t Johnson. C. E., student, r. 901 W. Church 

Johnson, Charles S., student, r. 718 \\\ Church 
^^ Johnson. Dr. C. B., physician, 53 N. Neil, r. 718 N. Church 
^^ Johnson, David, lab., r. 503 E. Stoughton 
^^ Johnson, Fred, packer, r. i 11 N. Market 
J^ Johnson. George, lab., r. 203 N. Oak 
P^ Johnson, Jacob, retired, r. 510 W. Park 
^^ Johnson. James, student, r. 718 W. Church 
^JUJ Johnson. Jeptha. retired, r. 7,^6 N. Neil 

VISIT T \T "^Jf ^^^^^^l^^^ for prices lower than the lowest. 
trtr^ L* V. IVlanSpeaker^ imported and Domestic Table 
Dilicaciej at pl2=iiing p.-icis at MANSP BAKER'S G ROGER Y. Both 'Phones 97 



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John Price. Mgr. i6 N. Neil St.. Champaign. ] PAPER HANGING ano DECORATI NG 

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Johnson, Joseph, agt., r. 206 N. First 

Johnson, J. W., brakeman, r. 107 E. Stoughton 

Johnson, Lewis W., emp. I. C. freight office, r. 718 W. 

Church 
Johnson, Miles, teamster, r. 407 E. Hill 
Johnson, Perry C, physician, 43 Main, r. 207 E. Univer- 
sity ave 
Johnson, Richard, retired, r. 22 N. Hickory 
Johnson, Rodman, policeman, r. iio N. First 
Johnso'ii, Samuel, lab., r. 710 N. Poplar 
Johnson, Thomas, lab., r. 408 E. Stoughton ^ 

Johnsonbaugh, H. W., carp., r. 729 N. Neil 
Johnsonbaugh, John, moulder, r. 629 S. Neil 2:^ 

Johnston, E. G., conductor I, C. R. R., r. 603 S. Neil ^s: 

Johnston, Hale A., retired, r. 716 W. Hill oo^ 

Johnston, H. M., r. 901 W. Church ^^ 

Johnston, H. W.,lab., r. 212 E. Stoughton ^^-^ 

Jolly, Mrs. A., wid., r. 208 E. White -> _ 

Jolly, A. D., electrician, r. 403 S. Wright i__i 

Jolly, Mrs. A. H., wid., r. 208 E. White S2- 

Jolly, Edward, brakeman, r. 208 E. White 
Jones, Albert, pressman, r. Urbana 
Jones, C. H. (Jones Bros.), r. 705 W. Park 
Jones, C. H. & P. G., grain commission merchants, room 

2 Post Office bldcr 
Jones, Dabeny, lab., r. 503 E. Stoughton 
Jones, Edward, elk. Doane House, r. same 
Jones, Henry, foreman Blacksmith Sh:)p, University of 
Illinois, r. 602 E. Green I 

Jones, H. J., trav. salesman, r. 106 W. Church ^ _ 

Jones, Miss Isabel, artist, r. 302 W. Church 



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DENTIST. 

Teeth extracted without pain. 
\2i Main St.,.Champaign, 



l°fl°(^°n'RArnTT real estate 

** llWlllV *J\j\J 1 1 , LOANS AND INSURANCE. 

21 main street, bell phone 177. champaign 
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vn u) Jones, J. R., engineer, r. 68 E. University ave 
—3 z Jones, Mrs. J. S., wid., r. 302 W. Church 
<; I Jones, Miss Louise, student, r. 302 W. Churcli 
^ •' Jones, Miss Mabel, teacher, r. 302 W. Church 

J Jones, P. G. (C. H. & P. G. Jones), r. 714 \V. Church 
Q § Jones. S. \\\. r. 305 K. Park 

g Jones, Walter Howe, prof. Music, University of IlHnois, r. 

^ ij 603 E. Daniel 

tj_) - Jones, W. E., elk., r. 315 .S. Randolph 

^ DC Jones, \V. E., salesman, r. 319 S. Raiuh^lph 

^ w Jordan, Arthur Company, H. L. Humbert, mgr., dealers in 

0^ t poultry, butter and eggs, 108 S. Neil 

^2^ I Jordan, Fred, lab., r. 104 Oak 

^ J Jordan, George T.. student, r. 410 \V. Thomas ave 

lordan, lohn, cook, r. 28 W. Main 
Q Jordan, T. F., farmer, r. 410 W. Thomas ave 
^ Jordan, Zeph. lab., r. 207 S. First 
^rjorden. August, lab., r. 211 E. Stoughton 
^■^-^ Jordon, Lizzie, waitress The Beardsley, r. same 

1 ' I losdLrawbskie, George, lab., r. 20^ N. Ash 
CQ Joyce, Miss Clara, cashier, r. 408 E. Church 
,^_j Joyce, F. H.. student, r. 105 W. Springfield ave 

L* Joyce, John M., baggage nan C, C. C. & St. L.. r. 105 W. 
.^^^ Springfield ave 

Joyce, Michael, farmer, r. 105 W. Springfield ave 
T /^ Joyce. Michael, blacksmith, r. 40S E. Church 

Jo\ce. W. S., saloon, r. 105 \V. Springfield ave 
^; Julia F. Burnham Hospital, Mrs. E. Cumberland, superin- 
' ' ' tendent, Springfield ave bet. Third and P'ourth 
J Justice, J. C retired, r. 411 P2. John 
1^ Jutton. Joseph, carp., r. 601 S. Wright 

"""Tackett & White, R^AL estate 

«««wr#«w«,i. %% wwiim.\jy LOANS AND INSURANCE 

Phoenix' Phone 127. 49 North Market Street. CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



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REAL ESTATE 

and Insurance. Loans on City and Farm 
Property. 9 Main St., Champaign. 



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.AISER, A. A., lunch room, 1 10 N. Oak, r. N. Poplar p© 
Kaiser, Henry, cigar maker, r. 1 10 N. Oak 

Kaiser, Henry P., stripper, r. no N. Oak "H 

Kaiser, Mrs. L., wid., r. 1 10 N. Oak ^^ 

Kaiser, O., cigar maker, r. ii<> N. Oak -^^ 

Kappa Si§:ma Fraternity, 19 W. Main 

Karcher, W. H., salesman, r. 20J W. Springfield 
Kariher Grocery Co., The (Albert Eisner, mgr.), n. w. cor 

Neil and Church 
Karriher, Harry, student, r. 203 W. Clark 
Karr, R. F., teamster, r. 609 E. Healey 

Kaufman, J. M. (Ottenheimer & Co.), r. 609 W. Univer-^ B 

sity ave 0) ]^ 

Kayser, William, harness maker, r. 107 W. Clark ^ ^ 

Keating, D,, retired, r. 312 E. White ^ ^ 

Keating, Wm., trimmer Gulick Tailoring Co.. r. 312 E. ^ 

White ^ W 

Keegan, John, retired, r. 504 E. White j o 

Keegan, Wm., elk., r. 504 E. White |Jj p 
Keel, E. E. (Keel, Bainum & Co.), r. 1304 W. Clark, Ur--|^ 

bana ^ <^ 
Keel Bainum & Co. (E. E. Keel, C. S. Bainum), real es- j p 

tate, loans and insurance, 34 N. Neil ^ ^ 

Keeler, D. \\\, engineer, r. 103 N. Walnut -^ ^_^ 

Keeler, lohn, retired, r. 10s N. Market ^ ^ 

Keeler. Thomas, lab., r. lo^ N. Market . ^ C 

Keelor, B. F., retired, r. S02 E. White . P 

Keelor, Miss Fannie, laundress, r. 104 W. Clark o 

mOS n TKEVETT '^«'^'^^v«'^'-' ^''^'^'^'' " 

"IV. sTB.i; cH.Mp"i;:\v tinware and cimiRY. 



S. C. TUCKER, ; ^"^^""^ : DRUGGIST. 

106 E. UNIVERSITY AVE., CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 
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C^ Keelor, Mrs. Laura R., wid., r. 104 W. Clark 

Kccsee. George F.. saloon. 112 H. University ave, r. i N. 
^3 First 
r* Keesee, Frank G.. saloon, r. 207 X. First 
^ Keller, Albert U., mgr. The Heardsley Billiard Room, r. 

602 N. Hickory 
^^ Keller. GeorLj;-e H.. driver, r. 506 N. Hickory 
CJ Keller, John W., tinner, cor. Water and First .South, r. 206 
^ F2. Stoughton 
^^ Kellogg, F. F., plumber, r. n. s. Church and W. city limits 
Kemball, Miss Frances G., elk., r. 301 F. Church 
^ Kemball, Mrs. Mary. wid.. r. 301 F. Church 

Kemp, George TheophilUS, prof, physiology, University of 
coo Illinois, r. i i 2 \V. I lill 

^ . Kennard, \L M., student, r. 311 \\\ University ave 
i^ Kennard. G. W., retired, r. 3 1 1 W. University ave 
jO^- Kennard, P. G., mgr. Champaign Roller Mills, r. 3 i 1 \V. 
cDQ-^ University ave 

{/) " Kenney, Thomas, trav. salesman, r. 709 W. Springfield ave 
z -^ Kensink, A. (Monroe ^ Kensink). r. 401 E. White 
I Kensink, Andrew, Champaign .Steam Laundry, r. 501 E. 
°- White 

^ Kensink, William, Champaign Steam Laundry, r. 208 W. 
Clark 
^^ Kent. Nicholas, retired, r. 104 E. Park 
^^ Kent, Thomas, car repairer, r. 203 W. Springfield ave 
"* Kerchester. Mrs. Mary, wid., r. 6 X. Hickory 
"^^ Kern t<: Beatty. proprs. sales stable (J. F. Kern and G. T. 
QQ Beatty), 6 S. Market 

Kern, J. F. (Kern & BeattyJ, r. 507 W. White 
!| Kerns, Miss Maze, saleslady, r. 714 W. Church 

DIAMOND MEAT MARKET 

'I TlLBPHONB SwEtT 16 BelL ASD PhOENIK 

41 NEIL STREET, CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



Dallenbach & Boyle, 



C. A. Besore, 



Coal, Lime, Plaster, Cement, 

AND BUILDING MATERIAL. 

211-213 N. Market. 'PllOIies 9 aDll409. Urbana, 111. ,__i 



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Ketchum, Smith, retired, r. 510 E. John P 

Ketterer, B., shoemaker, r. 410 E. Church ^ 

Kewley, C. L., tel. opr., r. 706 W. Church ^^ 

Key, John, teamster, r. 406 \V. Columbia ave (^ 

Keyes, Miss Eva, nurse, r. Julia F. Burnham Hospital ^^ 

Keyes, Miss K. E., seamstress, r. 313 S, State ^^ 

Keyes, Miss Kate, elk., r. 313 S. State >->^ 

Kilbury, J. S., retired, r. 619 W. Clark q^ 

Kiler, Charles A. (Mittendorf& Kiler), r. 104 California. ^ 

Urbana ^ 

Kincaid, Charles, elk., r. 617 W. Healey ^ 

Kincaid, J. A., coal dealer, r. s. e. cor. Thomas ave and '^ 

New _ o 

Kincaid, Mrs. M. A. C, wid., r. 112 W. Church ^ S 

King, A. E., student, r. 405 S. Neil ^ 3' 

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King, C. W., fireman, r. 405 W. White a^ 

King, Earl, elk., r. 405 S. Neil * S 

King, Miss E. L,, r. 206 W. White 

King, Harry, agt. Fred P. Rush & Co., r. 406 W. White 

King, Harry (King's Restaurant), r. 405 S. Neil 

King, Mrs. L. E., King's Restaurant and Bakery, r. 405 S. (Ia 

Neil ^ ^ 

King, Mrs. Mary A., wid., r. 509 W. Washington ^ 

King's Restaurant and Bakery (Mrs. L. E. King and C. A. (^ 

Tufts, proprs.), 32 N. Neil ftj 

King, T. H., mgr. King's Restaurant and Bakery, r. 405 |I) 

S. Neil ^ 

King, William L., retired, r. 405 W. White C/^ 

Kinley, David, dean College Literature and Arts, Univer- Q 

sity of Illinois, r. 801 S. Wright ^ 
Kirby, Miss M., r. 212 E. Church 



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Manhattan Dyeing and Cleaning Works, 

Phone Phoenix 152. 30 WALNUT STREET CHAMPAIGN ILL. 



Knomlton & Bennett, 



Druggists 

We lead hi every line we carry 

■Pliones: I'ho(,'nix45i, Bell 210. 

URBANA, ILL. 



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I ^ Kirschke, Mrs. Annie, wid., r. 35 N. Hickory 
§* u Kirschke, Earnest, lab., r. 35 X. Hickory 

Kise. \V. L.. brakeman, r. 105 \V. University ave 

1 . Klank, A. C. (H. D. Stolte & Co.). r. E. White 

5^:1 Klank. A. L., industrial commissioner C. & E. I., r. 618 W. 

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■5. 1 ^ University ave 

•2j^ Klatt, Miss Clara, waitress Doane House, r. same 

►2'go Klatt, Mrs. M., grocer. 114 E. University ave. r. 220 E. 

.a-S-3 Stoughton 

"uo^ Klatt, T. W., groceries, r. 103 E. Stoughton 

V^ Klein, Carl, elk., r. Sprino^field road 

2 g, Kline, Carl, elk., r.. n. s. Springfield and Prospect aves 
m j:: Kling, lames A., janitor City IMdg.. r. 616 W. Clark 
^"11 Kline, Peter, rt^tired, r. n. s. Springfield ave and city limits 
S^^ Klondike Saloon, J. G. Harris, propr., 57 N. Market 

h -S Kna[)p. Mrs. I. P., wid., r. 410-412 W. Hill 

w ^ K. 0. T. M., Twin City Lodge No. 168, Kariher blk 

< S Konke, William, gardener, r. loi S. Prospect 
Q J Kobel, Harry, horseshoer, r, W. Church 

< c Kobel, Henry ¥., blacksmith, r. 504 N. Poplar 

'^ ^ Konke William, gardener, r. 10 1 S. Prospect ave 
^ Koogler, Samuel, retired, r. 719 W. University ave 
il Krabbe. Miss Alvina, laundress, r. 305 ¥.. Church 
^ Krabbe. Charles, bartender, r. 305 E. Church 
^ Krabbe, F. A., propr. Club Saloon and agt. \'al Platz 
^ I)rewing Co., r. 41 N. Market 

y^ Krabbe, Mrs. John, wid., r. 305 E. Church 
K^ Krabbe, Mrs. Minnie, wid,, r. 303 E. Church 
Vh Kratz. E. A., county treasurer, r. 315 S. State 
Ch KratZ, Dr. E. A., physician, 104 W. Church, r. 315 S. State 



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Phoues: I'iioeiiix yyTiieii i6;. ' S.-E. Cor. University Ave. and Market, CHAMPAIGN 



Ladies' Up=to=Date Tailor Made Suits and Skirts at AA/IT T !C 

PRICES RIGHT. VV ILLIO 



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DR. E. A. KRATZ, ^ 

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON O 

Office 104 W. Church Street. 

Residence 315 S. State St. CHAMPAIGN. 



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Kroening, Dr. A. E., physician, 6;^ N. Neil, r. same GP 
Krueger, Charles, lab., r. 60S E. \ ine 

Krueger, John, lab., r. 610 E. \ ine Mrl 

Krueger, Mrs. M., wid., r. 301 E. University ave /— < 

Kruse, Chris, lab., r. 505 Ash ^^ 

Kruse, E. F., embalmer, r. cor. Third and University ave ^^ 

Kruse, E. K., elk., r. 212 E. University ave ^S 

Kruse, H. P., deliveryman, r. 4 S. First ^T^ 
Kruse, J. C, furniture and undertaking, "^^ E. University ^ 

ave, r. 4 S. First ^ 

Krusink, William, asst. fire chief, r. 208 W. Clark w 

Kugler, S., retired, r. 719 W. University ave x J? 

Kuhl, William P., retired, r. 306 W. Columbia ave So ^ 

Kuhl, W. S., bicycle repairer, r. 306 W. Columbia ave >Z\ 

Kuhn, Ike, Jr. (J. Kuhn & Son), r. 204 W. Hill g^S 

Kuhn, Joseph (J. Kuhn & Son), r. 204 \\\ Hill r 
Kuhn, Joseph & Son, clothing (Joseph Kuhn & Ike Kuhn, ^ 

Jr.). 45 W. Main 

Kuhn, Leopold, student, r. 204 W. Hill i"^ 

Kuhn, Rudolph, elk., r. 204 \V. Main ^^ 

Kuntze, Andrew, lab., r. 305 E. Hill j— h 

Kunza, Miss Mary, cook, r. Commercial House I, 

Kusick, William, asst. chief Champaign Fire Dept., r. W. y) 

Clark ^ 

Kyle, R. W., retired, r. 501 E. Springfield ave ry\ 

j^ r^ 1 sold by us have all the styie and nearly as ♦ 

vL "^ ^ (~\ ilir^^^ much service as $5.0C) goods. Try a pair 

*T / * I ^^^ 1 v^ V^ O and be convinced of this fact. 

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Telepho ne No. 158 Central. 
Established A. D. 1850. R. T. Robinson. Proprietor. LJF=?I3A.I^ A., IJ I 

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ACY, Mrs. Mary, wid.. r. 306 E. Clark 
^ ^Latlin, Mrs. Mary, wid., r. 607 \V. Church 
^"Laflin, Jennie Morse, stenographer Typewritinor Bureau, 
^ o University of Illinois, r. 509 \V. Church 
t5 ° Lake, Charles W., switchman, r. 202 Columbia ave 

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.ake Creek Coal Co., J. A. Reeves, agt., 30 \V. Main 
Lake, Edward John, instructor I'Vee Hand DrawinjT. Uni- 
versity ot Illinois, r. 616 Church 

.amb, F. M., r. 310 W. Church 

>amb^ O. W., elk., r. 310 W Church 

.ambert, A. T., elk., r. 212 \V. Washington 

.ambert, A. T., mgr. stove dept. Ottenheimer & Co., r. 
203 W. University ave 

^ambert, Al., elk., r. 203 W. University ave 
Lambert, Miss Gustave, domestic, r. Commercial House 
Lamkin, J. B., hide dealer, r. 214 W. Maple 

.amkin, Nina, teacher, Avenue bldg., r. 214 W. Maple 

.ancaster, William, elk., r. 316 S. Neil 

.ane, R., lab., r. 502 E. Vine 

.ang. A., fireman, r. 18 W. Washington 

^ang, Mrs. L., wid., r. 205 E. Church 

.angdon. X'incent, student, r. 809 S. Neil 
•^ Lang^e, E. H., grocer, 112- 114 N. First, r. 114 E. Lark 

.ange, E. H., retired, r. 507 W. Springfield ave 

^ange, 1'. IL. retired, r. 507 W. Springfield ave 

.angmak, IL A., elk., r. 307 S. Elm 
^^ ..ansaw, L. G., harness maker, r. 407 E. Hill 
^^ Largent, Mrs. Laura, wid., r. 302 E. Healey 

.asell, E. D., shoemaker, 35 Neil, r. 603 N. Prospect ave 

.aughlin, Mrs. Jennie, wid., r. 509 W. Church 

lUf nt^Cf^Dnl/Dtf ^^^^^^^8^^^ *^^ ^°^^^ ^^^ Equal Quality 



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^ Painters, Paintefs^ Supplies. 

John Price, Mgr. i6 N. Neil St., Ctiampaign. j The House and Villa Mixed Paints. 

Tucker & Wakeman's Champaign Directory. 79 

Laughlin, Mrs. J. R., wid., r. 1 11 W. Springfield ave 1 ^^ 

Laundry Barber Shop, Monroe & Kensink Bros., proprs., ^^ 

28 N. Neil ^g 

La Vernway, H., conductor I. C. R. R., r. 602 S. State i^—i 
Lawder &: Burke (J. W. Lawder, A. M. Burke), 35 N.^^ 

Walnut #— ^ 

Lawder, J. W. (Lawder & Burke), r. 507 W. Clark ^>< 

Lawhead, Mrs. H. J., wid., r. 1051^ W. University ave 
Lawhead, P. A,, painter, r. 505 W. White ^ 

Lawrence, Charles, teamster, r. 508 E. Vine g" 

Lawrence, W. H., mechanic, r. 407 N. Neil 
Layfield, Mrs. S., wid., 403 E. White »*C3 

Leal, William, grocer, t^j Neil ^^ 

Lease, P. A., carp., r. 117^^ E. University ave S"" 

Leasure, Arthur, elk., r. 504 E. University ave ^C3 

Leasure, C. A., elk., r. 504 E. University ave - ^ 

Leasure, Frank, brickmason, r. 603 E. White 
Leasure, J. P., brickmason, r. 504 E. University ave J " 

Leasure, L. D., shoemaker, 38 N. Neil, r. 507 S. Neil q/^ 
Leasure, Melvin, elk., r. E. University ave 
Leasure, M. G.,clk., r. 504 E. University ave 
Le Crone, Anna S., librarian Champaign Public Library, 

r. 205 E. Green 
Le Crone, Miss Nellie, City Library, r. 205 E. Green 
Lee, Albert R., student, r. 207 N. Walnut 
Lee, Alonzo, electrician, r. 210 W. University ave 
Lee, Atrus, lab., r. 29 N. Hickory 
Lee, Charles, lab., r. 510 E. White 

Lee, Ed., lab., r. 29 N. Hickory 

Lee. Mrs. F., hair dresser, r. 29 N. Hickory y^ 

Lee, G. W., carp., r. 510 W. Springfield ave 

Dr. D. H. SHAFER, j^if^r"! Dentist. 

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q2 Lee, Joe> brickmason, r. 29 N. Hickory 

W^ Lee, J. A., electrician, 30S W. University ave 

^D L(^e, Mrs. Mary C, wid., r. 620 W. Hill 

cSg Lee> Mrs. M. L., wid.., r. 712 W. Sprini^iield ave 

giD Le(v W. H., brakeman L C. R. R., r. 623 S. Neil 

^Q Lee, William M., drayman, r. 207 N. Walnut 

OU Leedy, O. F., propr. Champaig^n Bakery and Restaurant. 

r. 38 W. Main 
^g^ Le Forirer, C, photographer, 53 Walnut, r. 702 W. Uni- 
^—^ — . versity ave, Urbana 

t-J Lehman, D. M., qrrocer. 709 N. Neil, r. same 
,Q Lehr, Frank, hostler, r. cor. Sprinorfield ave and Locust 
^^ Lehr, William V., driver, r. 22 E- Springfield ave 
= [-• Leiter, C. E., lab., r. 201 S. Sixth 
^Q Lemen, J. R., iron forger, r. 109 W. Hill 
W^ Lempke, Charles, retired, r. 104 Ash 

Q Lenington, Allan, r. 303 N. Prospect ave 
<j ^ Lenington, G. K., insurance, r. 714 W. Hill 
^Q Lenington, William, retired, r. 303 N. Prospect ave 
^0^ Leohr, Emil, asst. stage carp., Taylor Opera House, r. 106 
7h^ E .Stoughton 

—r— Leonard, Thomas, machinist, r. 16 E. Washington 
Leonard, T. A., barber, r. 102s N. Neil 
%^ Letterman, Joseph, retired, r. 203 W. Washington 
^ Lettimore, J., harness maker, r. 1408 E. Washington 
^^ Leuck, Daniel, brakeman, r. 110 W. Hill 
^^ Levernway, Henry, conductor, r. 602 S. State 
•""^ Lewis, A. M. (Lewis & Lewis), r. S. State 
-^ Lewis, G. V. (Lewis & Lewis), r. 47 N. Neil 
^^ Lewis & Lewis (A. M. & G. F. Lewis), lawyers, 47 N. Neil 
^^ Lewis. T. B., insurance agt., r. 403 S. State 



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Lewis, W., propr. The Economy, s. w. cor. Randolph and 

Clark, r. 201 W. Clark ' ^ -. 

Lierman, John, bartender, r. 105 E. Church 

Lierman, A., saloon, r. 505 E. University ave Pq 

Lierman, Albert, bartender, r. 505 E. University ave 

Lierman, August, saloon, 6; N. Market, r. 505 E. Uni- "^ 

versity ave L 

Lierman, Charles, cigarmaker, r. 105 E. Church ^^ 

Lierman, Ed., porter, r. E. Church ^^ 

Lindsey, W. C, salesman, r. 511 E. John ^^ 

Lindsey, M. J., elk. University of Illinois, r. 506 S. Eifth ,!► 

Lingreen, Mrs. Lena, wid., r. 208 E. Springfield ave 2^ 

Lingrine, Ered, lab., r. 608 E. Washington 

Linksey, Robert, compositor, r. Urbana ^ 

Linton, W. H., trainmaster I. C. R. R., r. 305;^ S. Neil g 

Lippe, C. P., elk., r. 601 Daniel g) r~t 

Lipscom, Charles, lab., r. 209 E. Hill ? w 

Liss, Miss Annie, waitress, r. Doane House > p 

Liss, Christ, lab., r. 601 N. Fourth Z f^ 

Liss, Miss Mary, waitress, Doane House, r. same (/) ^^ 

Little, Louis, reporter Daily Gazette, r. Urbana ij ^ 

Littler, James, coal and coke, 411 N. Neil, r. 206 W, Eureka n tJ* 

Littleton, Angus, brakeman, r. 30 Locust H 3 

Littleton, Mrs. Sarah, wid., r. 30 Locust " ^ 

Littleton, William, brakeman, r. 30 Locust ^ p 

Livingston, Philip, switchman, r. loi N. Market > ^ 

Lloyde, C. A., Twin City Electric Co., r. 305 W. Clark ^ ,__, 

Lloyde, Clifford, elk., r. 208 S. State j> ^ 

Lloyde, D. H. (D. H. Lloyde & So^), r. 308 W. Clark q C 

Lloyde, D. H. & Son (D. H. Lloyde and F. H. Lloyde), Z p 

books, stationery and musical instruments, 9 W. Main o 

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^1^ Lloyde, F. H. (D. H. Lloyde & Son), r. 306 W. Clark 

Lockhart, Dave, waiter The I^eardsley, r. same 
^5 Loeb, Harry C, salesman, r. 20-22 W. Main 
r^ Lo('hr. George, retired, r. 106 K. Stoughton 
^ Loehr, W., machine apprentice, r. 106 E. Stoughton 

Loehr. William, painter, r. 106 E. Stoughton 
^^ Loftus. John, saloon. 69 E. Main, r. 407 W. White 
O Logan, W. H., fireman, r. 107 E. Stoughton 
t Long, Benjamin, barber, r. 3 Columbia ave 
1^^ Long Chong, laundryman, r. 3 W. Church 
Long, Mrs. Maud, wid.,r. 312 E. Green 
^ Long, Mrs. Minnie, wid., r. 108 Ash 

Longden, George, retired, r. Neil and city limits 
®^ Longden, V^incent N., r. Neil and city limits 
^ X Loper, Dave, carp., r. 209 W. Springfield ave 

2 -J Loper, D. H., constable, r. 209 W. Springfield ave 
-jO - Loper, D. H., Jr., r. 209 W. Springfield ave 
0Q°-| Loper, Etta, elk., r. 209 W. Springfield ave 
i/i 2 Loper, George W., carp., r. 209 W. Springfield ave 
2 ^ Loper, Marietta, saleslady, r. 309 W. Springfield ave 
I Loper, Miss Tillie, photographer, r. 209 W. Springfield ave 
?" Louis, William, brickmason, r. 408 E. Stoughton 
•ft Louks, J. D., carp., r. 712 S. Vine, Urbana 
Lowe, B. F., brakeman, r. 505 S. Neil 
*" Lucas, M. C, retired, r. 108 S. Fifth 

Ludwick, Mrs. M. F., wid.. r. 504 E. Green 
Luehm, MissE., r. 511 E. Springfield ave 
"^^ Lumsden, George, farmer, r. 820 W. Church 
QQ Lumsden. J. T., retired, r. 820 W. Church 
Lunsway, John, carp., r. 505 N. Neil 
• Lunsway, J. K., carp., r. 505 N. Neil 

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Lutz, B. W., lab., r. 405 N. Champaign 

Lutz, George H., cigar mfr., 77 E. Main, r. 123 E. Univer- R? 

sity ave ~~i^ 

Lutz, G. W. F., cigarmaker, r. 123 E. University ave ^ 

Lutz, John, Jr., 71 E. Main, r. 108 E. Church /^ 

Lutz, John K., teamster, r. 5 i 2 E. Park O) 

Lutz, William, cigarmaker, r. 512 E. Park "^ 

Lynam, B., retired, r. 506 E. Park ^ 

Lynn, barber, r. 407 N. Neil _^ 
Lynch, Barney, lab., r. 218 E. Indiana ave 
Lynch, Thomas E., saloon, 106 N. First, r. same 
Lynch, P. M., fireman, r. 203 E. Clark 

Lyons, Charles B., carpet cleaner, r. cor. Vine and Walnut 5':^ 

Lyons, M., r. 108 W. Springfield ave ' 

JVICADAMS, Ben. F., drayman, r. 36 N. Hickory J-i 

McAuley, Joseph, elk., r. 121 E. University ave ^J 
McBride, George, lab., r. 601 E. Grove 
MeCann, Edward, broommaker, r. 306 E. Hill 
McCann, James, broom mfr., 306 E. Hill, r. same 

McCarthy, J. N., saloon, yi, E. Main, r. 713 N. Neil fH 

McCarty, Mrs. Ann, wid,, r. 311 E. Park >^ 

McCarty, George, retired, r. 202 E. Park ^ 

McCarty, James, lab., r. 713 N. Neil O 

McCarty, George E., retired, r. 206 E. Hill ^ ^ 

McCarty, John, retired, r. 71 E. Main _j 

McCarty, Thomas, lab., r. 303 E. Park f^ 

McCarty, Patrick, lab., r. 504 E. Park ^ 

McCarty. William J., lab., r. 206 E. Hill ni 

ry, 

Manhattan Dyeing and Cleaning Works^ 

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w < McClellan, Johnson, painter, r. 203 W. Vine 

1 u McClelland, C. B., physician. 1 W. Main, r. 307 W. Hill 
"^^ McClelland cK: Price (John McClelland & Frank Price), 
Id^ painters, 65 N. Neil 

«| McConkey, Mrs. E. R., wid., r. 210 W. University ave 
%f,c6 McConkey, II. A., elk., r. 210 W. University ave 

S-^ ^ McConney, Porter D. (Hryant & McConney), r. 404 W. 

cgj-cL Clark 

S IjH McCorley, Frank, baggageman I. C. R. R., r. 407 P2. Park 

Tjfc McCorley, Mrs. Susan, wid., r. 407 E. Park 
^ f McCormick, Pruce, retired, r. 602 W. Green 
Ic^ McCormick, M., brakeman, r. 740 N. Randolph 
g %^ McCowan, Mort. H., salesman, r. 203 W. University ave 
42:^^ McCoy, James, harnessmaker, cor. Washington and Ran- 
S "^ -g dolph 

§- "^ McCoy, Joseph, elk., r. i 2 i }i. University ave 
- .0 McCullough, James, brakeman, r. 1 1 i K. Church 
J "^ McCune, John, engineer, r. 710 N. Neil 

2 J McDonald. John, barber, r. 47 W. Main 
'^ c McDonald. IMiil. elk., r. 405 E. White 

° ^ McDonnell, John, cigar mlV., factory 43 W. Main, r. 405 

C/3 E. White 
%-* McDowell, H. J., groceries, Hour, feed and coal, 36 N. Neil, 

^ r. 701 N. Hickory 

^ McPLlfresh, Mrs. Catherine, wid., r. 501 S. Neil 

$H Mct^lfresh, Thomas J., elk., r. 203 W. Park 



J-H McElfresh, W. C, elk., r. 501 S. Neil 
•j^ McFllls, John, lab., r. 511 E. Washington 
^ McEvilly, Miss Carrie dressmaker, r. 402 E. Grove 
Ch McEvilly, W., retired, r. 402 li. Grove 

X^ McP'adden. Miss Alberta, stamping elk., r. 301 S. Neil 
Wholesale and Retad TTj 777 \|/ 71 T T Q T PH 

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Delivered to all parts of the City. "• «1« Illli-LV-' V^ \J\J » 

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McFadden. A. H., tailor, r. 301 S. Neil ^ 

McFadden, Miss Bert, elk., post office, r. 301 S. Neil u^ 

McFadden, George, retired, r. 301 S. Neil VJ 

IMcFadden, H. (H. McFadden & Bros.), r. 301 S. Neil ^ 

McFadden, H. & Bro. (H. McFadden & S. McFadden, /■ 

Jr.), groceries, flour and feed, 9-11 N. Neil ^^ 

McFadden, George, painter, r. 301 S. Neil aJ^ 
McFadden, Samuel (McFadden & Bro). r. 106 \V. White 

McFadden, W. J., retired, r. 202 E. Park Jpni 

McFarland, Mrs. Katie, wid,, r. 205 W. Tremont ^ 

McFarland, W. R., lab., r. 205 W. Tremont ^ 

McGarigle, James, lab., r. io5 N. Oak ^ 

McGee, W. H., brakeman, r. 1 10 E. Hill ^ 

McGinnis, Miss Anna, saleslady, r. 11 2 W. White JpJ 

McGrath, Roger J., engineer, r. t 10 E. Park '^ 

McGraw, Miss Anna, dressmaker, 9 W. Main, r. 501 N. __^ 

Fifth ^ 

McGraw, James P., deliveryman, r. 502 N. Fifth x .? 

McGraw, Miss Kate, saleslady, r. 501 N. Fifth gg*^ 

McGraw, Michael, (McGraw & O'Neil), r. 502 N. Fifth >^| 

McGraw, Michael, lab., r. 511 E. Stoughton g^|? 
McGraw & O'Neil (Michael McGraw & F. E. O'Neil),* ^ 

grocers, n. e. cor. University ave and First 

McGraw, Thomas (Donovan & McGraw), r. 18 Healey ^w 

McGrew, Miss Ola, waitress, 29 Locust *% 

McGuire, Albert, barber, r. 308 E. Church ^ 

McGuire, J. B., brakeman, r. 104 E. Stoughton W 

McGuire, Mrs. Mary, wid., r. 10 1 E. Clark -C^ 

McGurty, Miss Anna, seamstress, r. 310 S Randolph O 

McGurty, Miss Agnes, r. 310 S. Randolph ^ 

McGurty. Joseph E.. salesman, r. 310 S. Randolph "jj^ 

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^ < -McGurty, Miss Kate, dressmaker, r. 310 S. Randolph 

^-i[5 S McGurty, Mrs. Sarah, wid., r. 310 S. Randolph 

5 I Mclntire, Charles N.. carp., r. 610 \V. Clark 

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^-Mclntire, John, ball player, r. 402 N. Neil 

^ o Mclntire, ]. R.. carp,, r. ^02 N. Neil 

c/j ^Mcintosh, Donald, prof. Veterinary Science, University of 

W 2 Illinois, r. 511 W. Park 

2 ^ Mclntyre, Catherine McCallum. stenographer director's 

r/ y. oHice, University of Illinois, r. 806 S. Sixth 

^^ Mclntyre, Miss Kate, stenographer, r. 806 S. vSixth 

y w McKee, J. B., teas, coffees and spices, 30 N. Neil, r. Coff- 

^ u man I louse 

;3 „ McKelvey, Miss Mary, nurse, r. Julia F. Burnham Hospital 

^ McKenery, John, engineer, r. 412 \V. White 

►—I McKenery, Miss Mary, elk., r. 412 W. White 

"^ McKenery, William, retired, r. 412 W. White 

McKenery, William, Jr., engineer I. C. R. R.. r. 412 W. 

^ White 

OS McKenna, Miss J., dressmaker, 106 W. Church, r. same 

'^^ McKeon, Barney, capt. police dept., r. 305 E. Clark 

^1^ McKeon, M., lab., r. 305 K. Clark 

^ McKeon, Mrs. M., wid., r. 305 E. Clark 

McKeon, P., lab., r. 305 E. Clark 

McKeon, Thomas, bkkpr., r. 305 E. Clark 

McKillop, A. J., engineer, r. 13 E. Springfield ave 

McKinery, Miss Mary, saleslady, r. 412 W. W'hite 

McKinley Building:, n. w. cor. Main and Walnut 

McKinley. C. C, retired, r. 807 W. University ave 

McKinley, Dorris, waitress The Beardsley, r, same 

McKinley, Miss Isabel, r. 807 W. University ave 

mcKinley, J. B. (J. B. c\: W. B. McKinley). r. 202 W.Park 

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Tucker & Wakeman's Champaign Directory. 87 

McKinley, J'. B. & W. B., mortgage brokers, n. w. cor. 

Walnut and Main 
McKinley, J. R., carp., r. 308 E. Clark 
McKinley, W. B. (J. B. & W. B. McKinley), r. 312 W. Hill 
McKinley, William, student, r. 201 N. Elm 
McKinsey, Mrs. M. E., wid., r. 610 E. W^ashington 
McKinstry, Frank, messenger, r. 705 N. Randolph ^^ 

McLane, Cyrus Daniel, asst. prof. Architectural Construe-*" 

tion, University ot Illinois, r. cor. Clark and Prairie <=> 

McLellan John, painter and decorator, r. 203 W. Vine ^ 

McMahon, Miss Isabelle, r. 705 S. Wright ?? 

McManamy, John, elk., r. 312 E. Park 

McMillen, Clem, retired, r. 401 W. Columbia ave se=c 

McMillin, James, shoemaker 203 S. Wright, r. 112 W. ^^ 

Washincrton 00^ 

McMullen, Mrs. Jane, wid., r. 401 S. Wright S^^ 

McNevin, H. E., messenger. Champaign Nat'l Bank, r. — .— 

Urbana -1 _ 

McNichols, I. A. drua- elk., 206 W. Sprincrheld ave CJ" 

McQuay, Albert, electrican, r. 311 E. White S3 » 

McQuay, Fred, driver, r. 107 S. First 
McOuay, L., stone cutter, r. 307 E. Park 
McQuay, J. W., bkkpr., r. 307 E. Park 
McQuay, Will., bkkpr., r. 307 E. Park 
McWilliams, E. S., conductor, r. 38 Second South 
Mc Williams, Maggie, teacher Avenue bldg, r. Second South 

MaCKEY, C. C, lab., r. 612 E. Columb'a ave 
Mackey, George, teamster, r. n. w. cor. N. Columbia ave *| ^ 
and Wright CT^ 

Mackey, Joseph, teamster, r. 612 E. Columbia ave 



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:yi u) Madden, J. D., poultry dealer, 76 N. Neil, r. 736 N. Neil 
J z Magoon, Mrs. Clara, truant officer, r. 615 W. White 
<; I MaL(Oon, George, steamfitter, r. 305 E. Healey 

- Magoon, G. H., retired, r. 615 \V. White 
O f Magoon. William, trav. salesman, r 615 W. White 
- § Magoon, Mrs. Wm., truant officer, r. 615 W. White 
2: Magoon, W. H.. grain merchant, r. 615 W. White 
^ aj iMagruder, Mrs. R. wid.. r. 604 W. Springfield ave 
2 ^ Maguire, John E., r. 405 W. \'ine 
^ jc Mahley, Hugh, deliveryman, r. 503 S, Randolph 
-J w Mahley, John, flagman, r. 406 E. Columbia ave 
crf t Mahon, T. E. (G. R. Petty & Co.),r.6i5 W. University ave 
;z ^ Mahon, T. E., carp., r. 615 W. University ave 
?d J Male\-, Hugh, driver, r. 504 S. Randolph 
Male\ . John, lal)., r. 406 E. Columbia ave 
Q Mallon, J. P., conductor, r. 306 E. Park 
^ Mallory, George, retired, r. 311 W. Columbia ave 

r^ Malloy, James, farmer, r. 506 S. Randolph 
t^— < Malloy, Tom, retired, r. 512 K. Clark 
UJ Malone, A. M., barber, r. 301 E. Hill 
OQ Malone. Pill, lab., r. 7015 N. Poplar 
>_J Mane. Mrs. Barbara, wid., r. 505 W. Union 
L." Manford, I. A., gen'l agt. Sprague's Collection Agency, r. 
.^J^ 204 W. Church 

Manhattan Dyeing and Cleaning Works, li. J. Hrandt, 

r/^ propr.. 30 N. Walnut 

Mann, Margaret, instructor Library Economy, University 
^T of Illinois, r. 205 E. Green 
•■^"^ Mannion, Pete, elk., r. 207 N. P'irst 

^j Mansfield, Miss Mabel, saleslady, r. 307 W. W^ishington 
^ Mansfield, S. M,, salesman, r. 307 W. Washington 

Tackett & White, REAL estate 

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Phoenix" Phone 127. 49 North Mark«t Street- CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



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Manspeaker, L. V., grocer, 35-37 W. Main, r. 201 Univer- 
sity ave r^ 
Mantz, Mrs. Barbara, wid., r. 505 W. Union 
Manwaring-, W. M., plasterer, r. 710 N. Neil P© 

Manwarn, Mrs. May, r. 5o5 W. Columbia ave 

Marble, Harry, elk., r. 305 W. University ave J^J 

Marble, H. C, electrician, r. 305 W. University ave -w 

Marble, S. M. coal dealer, r. 305 W, University ave ^^ 

Marker, William Franklin, elk. business office, University 5r 

of Illinois, r. 107 W. University ave ^L 

Marks, Marcus, propr. Hub Clothing Store, r. 502 W.Clark ^ 
Marshall, A. R., mgr. Western Union Telegraph Co., r. ^ 

307 E. White ,_. 

Marshall, George F., lab., r. 605 N. Hickory o 

Marshall, John K., carp., r. 502 E. University ave ^ ^ 

Marshall, W. H., supt. of pipes, gas works, r. 411 E. Hill 0) ^ 
Marshutz, Joseph H., student, r. 409 W. University ave Z ^ 
Marshutz, William R., mgr. Michigan Mutual Life Insur-ir+ 

ance Co., r. 409 W. University ave 
Marshutz, W. M., ins. agt., r. 409 W. University ave ^ CjJ 

Marstellar, Miss Flora, saleslady, r. 113 W. Columbia ave j o 
Martens, Christopher, elk. Doane House, r. same ^ p 

Martin, Arthur C, emp. C. C. C. & St. L. shops, r. 303 H^ 

W. Columbia ave ^ f^ 

Martin, B., carp., r. 301 E. Stoughton I p 

Martin & Bainum (G. W. Martin and F. E. Bainum). gro- ^ g^^ 

cers, 65 N. Neil -^ i__i 

Marrin, George W., conductor, r. 209 E. White ^ ^ 

Martin, George, r. 302 V\l. White £ 

Martin, G. W. (Martin & Bainum), r. 402 W. White ? 3 

Martin, Lewis, retired, r. ^03 W. Columbia ave o 

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^1^ Martin, Lewis. Jr., student, r. 303 W. Columbia ave 

Martin, Mrs. Margaret, wid.. r, 511 E. White 
^73 Martin, R. F., retired, r. 907 S. Wright 
Jj Martin, William S. .foreman I.C.R.R.,r. 303 W.Columbia ave 
5^ Mashley. Hugh, driver, r. 503 S. Randolph 
Maske, William, teamster, r. 106 Ash 

^ Masonic Hall, 49 N. Neil 

O Massey, L. D., real estate and loans. ; W. Main. r. 602 
^ W. Union 
^n Matheny, I^arnum (Baker & Matheny). r. ^t, W. Main 
Matheny. C. J., student, r. 610 W. Hill 
^ Matheny, Frank E.,.agt. Anheuser-rSusch Brewing Assn., 
cor. Stoughton and Third 



Matheny, T. E., retired, r. 53 W. Main 
Mathews. M. B.. painter, r. Ash and city limits. 



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Jd Mathews, J. B.. new and second-hand dealer, 38 N. Neil, 

r!2< I*- l^rbana 

fflo-^ Mathews, Mrs. M. M.. wid.. r. 401 W. White 

in a Matsler, Mrs., wid., r. 214 S. Neil 

z Matthews, Miss Daisy, teacher public school, r. 509 >< W. 

I Church 

0. . 

Matthews, Miss Margaret, teacher, Avenue bldg 
^ Matthews, Woody, bootblack, r. 13 W. Main 
^ Mattis. Mrs. Mary, wid., r. 206 N. Second 
Q/ Mattis, R. R. (Trevett & Mattis), r. 201 N. Elm 
^ Maurer, Charles, jeweler and optician. 25 W. Main. r. 105 
^^ Washington 

"^^ All Work Done at Moderate Prices, and Warranted. 

^ CHARLES MAURER, 

JEWELER AND OPTICIAN. 

« Special Attention given Fine Watch Repairing. 
■^^ At runnin g ham Bros. Driig St ore, CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 

DIAMOND MEAT MARKET 

'I Telephone Sweet 16 Bell a\d Phoenix. 

41 NEIL STREET, CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



Dallenbach &~Boyla 



C. A. Besore, 



Coal, Lime, Plaster, Cement, 



AND BUILDING MATERIAL. 

211-213 N. Market. 'Ptones 9 and 409. Urbana, III. ^.^ 

Tucker & Wakemax's Champaign Directory. 91 h^ 

-. ^ ^ 

Maxfield, C. B., motorman, r. 507 N. Hickory ^ 

Maxwell, Miss Charlotta A., saleslady, r. 304 W. Church ^^ 

Maxwell, George L., pharmacist, r. 511 W. Church ^^ 

Maxwell, Mrs. Josephine R., wid., r. 308 W. Hill ^ 

Maxwell, Miss Marion, r, 304 W. Church k^ 

Maxwell & Mollet (W. S. Maxwell, Ben Mollet), druggists, ^ 

33 W. Main ^ ^ 

Maxwell, Miss Sarah, r. 304 W. Church ^J 

Maxwell, Will, bkkpr., r. 304 W. Church 2 

Maxwell, Mrs. W. S., wid., r. 308 W. Hill ^ 

Maxwell, W. S. (Maxwell & Mollet), r. 308 W. Hill ^ 

Maxwell, W. W., asst. cashier Champaign Nat'l Bank, r. >► 

304 W. Church 3 

Mayer, John, florist, r. 204 E. University ave !=* g 

Mayo, William J., dairyman, r. State and city limits 3 3* 

Meddaugh, W. H., engineer, r. loi N. Market ^«- ^ 

Meikle, James, retired, r. 402 W. Green ? R 
Meissner, Mrs. Mary, wid., r. 512 W. White " 

Melahn, August, barber, r. 301 E. Hill J^Lj 

Melahn, Miss Carrie, housekeeper, r. 301 E. Hill r|^ 

Melahn, John, retired, r. 301- E. Hill ^ . 

Melahn, J. F., barber, 41 W. Main, r. 34 S. Second ^ 

Melahn, Mrs. Sarah, wid., r. 507 Ash pj 
Mendenhall, Oscar, collector, r. Urbana 
Meneely, Charles S., elk., r. 504 S. Neil 

Meneely, Mrs. Jane, wid., r. 502 S. Neil ^ 

Meneely, William, salesmen, r. 607 N. Hickory Qu 

Mengel, Fred, plumber, r. 211 E. Park Q^ 

Mengel Hall, 61-63 N. Market ^ 

Mengel, J. G., saloon, 61-63 N. Market, r, 107 E. Park ^ 

Merchant, Mrs. Martha L., wid., r. 405 S. Wright (^ 

♦ 

Manhattan Dyeing and Cleaning Works^ 

Phone Phoenix 152. 30 WALNUT STREET CHAMPAIGN ILL. 



5^ 



Knooilton & Bennett, 



[Druggists 

We lead in every line we carry 

'Phones: I'l)o<-nix 451, Bell2io. 

URBANA, ILL. 



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Co: ^ Merrick, Mrs. N. A., laundress, r. 406 E. White 
■;g<x Merrill. James, mi^r. 'I'ea Co., r. 108 S. State 
^D'w Merrill, Mrs, Martha, wid., r. 307 S. Wright 
u Merritt, W. E.. carp., r. 311 W. White 

'"^ Messer, H.. lab., r. 508 E. Columbia ave 
y M(;tcalf, John 1).. lab., r. 30 N. Hickory 
"^.-l Metropolitan Block, s. w. cor. Church and Neil 
1^ Metz, Joseph \\, retired, r. 604 W. Union 
^w Metz, Martin, bartender, r. 108 E. Washincrton 
§ g Metz. .Sherman, elk., r. 604 W. Union 



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S J3« Michael, ]. ]., ins. aoft., r. 509 S. Prairie 
■^ j^2 Michael. William C.,clk., r. 406 S. Prairie 
cx"^ Michael, William C, salesman, r. 40^ S. Prairie 
^^1 Michaels. Jake, lab., r. 509 .S. Prairie 
-S|| Middleton, Rev. S., minisK-r. retired, r. 411 W. Vine 
I K^l Miebach, Carl, Champaign l>otding Works, r. 52 Eirst 
g"^ .South 

m| Miebach'S Hall. 67-69-7 1 University ave 
'•i^ Miebach, Henry G. (Champaign Botding Works, William 
^c .Miebach tS: Co.). r. cor. Healey and Locust 

I rt Miebach, Joseph W. (Chanri^aign P>otding Works, William 
Miebach & Co.), saloon, 109 14 Main, r. 52 P^irst South 

£a Miebach, William (Champaign Botding Works. William 

^ Miebach & Co.), r. 404 E. Park 

^ Miebach. P>('d. driver, r. 52 P'irst .South 

^ Miebach, William & Co. (William Miebach and John 



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Arenz), hardware, cor. P'irst and University ave 
Miers, George, lunch room, 120 N. F'irst 



^ Mikle, Mrs. E., wid., r. 507 E. Clark 
C Mileam, Ed, lab., r. 404 E. Grove 
. ^ Miles, T. R., student, r. 301 E. Green 



I'LAM 1:1^ l'AL>h, IIAIK, 
/\NI) liLIILDIMd ,V\/\ I l:m/\L. 

'Phones: Phoenix 77, Bell l67. S -E. Cor. University Ave. and Market, CHAMPAIGN. 



W. W. WALLS 4 CO. 




Wm. Miebach & Co., 



DEALERS IN 



Acorn and Quick-Meal Steel Ranges, 
Weir Steel Furnaces, ^ ^ ^ 
^ ^ Quick-Meal Gasoline Stoves, 



AND 



General Hardware. 

EAST SIDE HARDWARE STORE, 

Under Miebach's Hall, 67, 69 and 71 University Ave. 

Thone J85. CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



W. MIEBACH. H. MIEBACH. JOS. MIEBACH. 

champaign 
Bottling Works, 

MANUFACTURERS OF AND DEALERS IN 

GINGER ALE, MINERAL WATER, CIDER 

AND ALL KINDS OF CARBONATED DRINKS. 

BOTTLERS^ BEER, ALE M PORTER. 

SOLE AGENTS FOR 

Jos. Schlitz' Celebrated Milwaukee Beer, in Bulk or Bottles. 

MIEBACH BROS., Proprietors, 
54 First South St., CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 

Q'^ COURSE "THERE ARE OTHERS," 

BUT WHY NOT DRINK THE BEST.? 

Val Blatz Brewing Co. 

Manufacturers and Exporters, flilwaukee, Wis. 

Tivoli, Wiener, Private Stock, 

Munchener and Malt=Vivine. 

THE BIG FOUR 

LEADING BEERS OF THE WORLD. 

Ring Up No. 223. SPECIAL BREW FOR FAMILY USE. 

FRED A. KRABBE, Agent, 

CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 




BUY LADIES AND CHILDRENS' \AT]] T IC' 
CLOAKS AT VV ILLlO 



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Miles, T. S., retired, r. 301 E. Green 

Milkoski, Peter, lab., r. 606 E. Columbia ave -■ 

Miller, Alex. V. (E. Miller & Son), r. 309 W. Washington O 

Miller, Mrs. Anna S., wid., r. 509 W. University ave PJ 

Miller, B. F., contractor, r. 401 W. White *7j 

Miller, Charles, contractor, r. 207 S. Lynn 

Miller, Miss Clara I., bkkpr., r. 502 W. Hill Op 

Miller, C. M., car inspector, r. 205 W. Springfield ave 

Miller, E. B., brakeman, r. 305 W. Washington hrj 

Miller, Miss Emma, dressmaker, r. 512 E. Washington ^— 1 

Miller, E. & Son (E. Miller and Alex. V. Miller), dry goods, Jzj 

II W. Main ^ 

Miller, E. W., switchman I. C. R. R., r. 305 W.Washington ^s] 
Miller, Ezekiel (E Miller & Son), r. 307 N. Prairie fTJ 

Miller, George Louis, student, r. 502 W. Hill "^ 

Miller Harness Co., The (J. S. Miller and M. J. Miller), ^ 

31 W. Main ^ 

Miller, Harry R., elk., r. 403 W. Hill g Z 

Miller. Henry R., bkkpr., r. 403 W. Hill %f^ 

Miller, James B., retired, r. 505 W. Columbia ave >|| 

Miller, James B., student, r. 505 W. Columbia ave g^^ 

Miller, Mrs. Jennie, wid., r. 505 W. Columbia ave * r 

Miller, John, lab., r. 512 E. Washington S» 

Miller, John G. (Miller Harness Co.), r. 502 W. Hill 
Miller, Joseph, lab., r. 305 W. Washington ►— ^ 

Miller, Joseph B., retired, r. 305 W. Washington ^^ 

Miller, Rev. J. W., minister. Champaign circuit, r. 504 W. h— 1 

Clark f^ 

Miller, Mathias, retired, r. 510 E. Church ^^ 

Miller, Morton, deliveryman, r. 608 N. Market i-rj 

Miller, M. J. (Miller Harness Co.). r. cor. Elm and Hill Qt 



SpaldiDg's $2 Shoes 



lor Men and Women combine the 
best service with all 'he style of 
higher priced footwear. 

19 MAIN STRCET, 

CHAMPAIGN, ILL- 



IDE mm MILL UNO ELEIAIORjLourfEEDTlftL ETC. 

Telepho ne No. 758 Central. 
Established A. D. 1850. R. T. Robinson, Proprietor. LJF^I3A.t^ A., II I 



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, ] < Miller, M. V., gardener, r. 629 S. Neil 

. 5 Miller, Nicholas, tinner, r. 104 E. University ave 

G J Miller, Mrs. N., wid., r. 209 E. University ave 

^Miller, Mrs. O., wid., r. 509 W. University ave 

^ gMiller, O. E. (O. K. Miller & Co.), r.2o6W. Universityave 

5 w Miller, 0. E. & Co. (O. K. Miller and G. W. Styrn), real 

r^ 2 estate, 30 W. Main 

S Miller. O. F., carp., r. 407 W. Thomas ave 

<Tj w Miller. Raney. farmer, r. 203 W. University ave 

q/ k Miller, R. E., brakeman, r. 501 N. Randolph 

^.Miller, R. W., harness maker, r. 109 W. Washington 

y^w Miller, M. V., retired, r. 629 S. Neil 

C! ^Mil](T. Will, print(;r, r. 707 N. Neil 

^ ^ Miller. William, harn(;ss maker, r. 209 E. University ave 

c/3 '"Miller, W. H., dealer in heavy machinery, 27-29 N. Walnut, 

iJh r. 2 I 1 E. Clark 

Mills, Dr. C. H., physician, 104 W. Church, r. 312 W. 

^ Church 

Q^ Mineka. H., mfr. harness, etc., 39 W. Main, r. 107 W.Clark 

'^ Miner, I). W., drayman, r. 108 S. State 

i^ Miner, Miss Ellen, physician, 209 W . Eureka, r. same 

^^ Miner, R. S., retired, r. 310 Wheaton ave 

Mishler, Lee, retired, r. cor. Springfield and Prospect aves 

Mitchel, Eugene, farmer, r. 412 W. Columbia ave 

Mitchel, Harry C. salesman, r. 502 E. Stoughton 

Mitchel, Jerry, hostler, r. 7 Water 

Mitchel. John, lab., r. 502 E. Stoughton 

Mitchel, J. M., painter, r. 2 1 1 E. Hill 

Mitchel, Mrs. L. W.. wid., r. 412 W. Columbia ave 

Mitchel, Mrs. Mary, wid., r. 629 S. State 

Mitchell, Ora, cigar elk. The Bcardsli \ . r. s.inv 

HJf *^ .^K .^K. ^ A f\.4^ wants everybody to try the famous 

|VlanSp6clK6r ^Java and Mocha Coffee 

' BOTH PHONES 97. 



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Painters, Painters' Supplies. 
Sole Agents for 
Jehn Price, Mgr. i6 N. Neil St.. Champaign. ) The House and Villa Mixed Paints. 

Tucker & Wakeman's Champaign Directory. 95 

Mitchell, W. G., Farmer, r. 412 W. Columbia ave 
Mittendorf & Kiler (L. Mittendorfand C. A. Kiler), furni- 
ture, funeral directors and picture framers, 24-26 \V. Main 
Mittendorf, L. (]\Httendorf & Kiler), r. loj W. Park 
Modern Studio, O. A. Cornwell, propr., 39 W. Main 
Moler, Fred, lab., r. 605 N. Xeil 
Mollet, Al., carp., r. cor. Spring-field ave and S. First ^^ 

Mollet, Benedict (Maxwell & Mollet), r. 208 W. Park "" ^ 
Mollett, Charles, tinsmith, r. 205 W. Clark ca 

Mollett, J. W., machinist, r. 203 W. Columbia ave g" 

Mollet, William, emp. I. C. shops, r. 203 \\\ Columbia ave -- 
Mollet, W. S., student, r. 208 W. Park i^cd 

Monahan, J. J., lamp lighter, r. 12 W. Healey craS 

Monahan, P., lab., r. 61 S. Chestnut S"^ 

Monahan, Thomas, boilermaker I.C. R. R.,r. 61 S. Chestnut SZc3 
MoncriefF, Miss M., r. 402 \V. Green ^ 

Monier, Mrs. Janet, wid., r. 712 \V, Church 
Monier, Miss Vivian, r. 712 W. Church J*^ 

Monier, W. H., r. 612 W. Church c/^ 

Monroe, Joseph, carp., r. 508 \V. Springfield ave 
Montgomery, Homer, lab., r. 610 N. Neil 
Montgomery, Mrs. Rose, seamstress, r. 313 S. Neil 
Montgomery, S. H., lab., r. 210 E. Park 
Monier, William, student, r. 712 W. Church 
Monroe, Andy, L., Champaign Steam Laundry, r. 604 N. 

Hickory 
Monroe, Harry, lab., r. 26 E. Healey 
Monroe, Joe, carp., r. 598 W, Springfield ave 
Moon, Arthur E., student, r. 501 E. Daniel _3^ 

Moon, Miss Amy, student, r. 501 E. Daniel U^ 

Moon, Peter, retired, r. 205 S. Neil 

Dr. D. H. SHAFER, ]^'-f?r! Dentist. 

^2'A MAIN STREET, CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



J.A.&fl.R.Seott, 



REAL ESTATE 

LOANS AND INSURANCE 

21 MAIN STREET. 
BELL PHONE 177. CHAMPAIGN 



^ 96 Tucker & Wakeman's Ciiami'aiun Direltorv. 

(^ 3 . __ — 

C o Moon, Mrs. S. C. wid.. r. 501 Daniel 
(aCL Moore, Frank H., fireman, r. 108 E. Clark 
^^ Moore, j^. M., carp., r. 47 W. Main 
^^ Moore, L. A., elk., r. n. s. Church and W. city limits 
Moore, T. W., carp., r. 47 W. Main 

f^ Moore, W. A., brakeman, r. 503 E. Vine 

O Moorehead, W. W., tinner, r. 311 S. Randolph 
v^ Moorhead, Mrs., laundress. The Bearesley. r. same 
^^^ Moran, N., storekeeper, r. 504 E. Columbia ave 

Q Morehead, Cassie, dressmaker, r. 607 N. Neil 
^/^ Morfey, Amos, saloonkeeper, r. 202 E. Church 
V— ^ .Morton, T. H., retired, r. 507 S. Elm 

Cl Morg-an, Miss Annie, boarding house, r. 205 N. Oak 

f^ Morgan, H., blacksmith, r. 511 E. Vine 
>-^ Morgan, Dudley R., photographer, r. 309 S. Neil 

5-1 Morgan, Fred, tailor, r. 105 W. Clark 

1 ^ Morgan, George, salesman, r. W. Clark 
MH Morgan, G. \V., retired, r. 105 VV. Clark 

^ Morgan, Harry T., salesman, r. 309 N. Neil 
^ Morgan, Lee, elk., r. 103 W. Clark 

^-o Morgan, Oscar, hod carrier, r. 87 N. Walnut 

^jK Morgan, Richard, retired, r. 25 Third South 
Morgan, W. F., retired, r. 10 N. Hickory 
5^ Morgan, Williarfi Y\, drug elk., r. 105 W. Clark 
^ Morgan, Woodson, photographer, r. 309 .S. Neil 

^Z^ Morris, Mrs. C. H., wid., r. 309 W. Washington 

^^ Morris, Jeffrey, retired, r. 510 S. Fourth 

1^^ Morris, Joseph C.lab., r. 506 S. P^ourth 

♦ Morris, Miss Ida, saleslady, r. 206 W. Park 

^J Morris, Miss Minnie, teacher Literature, High School, r. 

♦ 206 W. Park 

^- ^- - -^- - REAL ESTATE 

LOANS AND INSURANCE. 
49 N. Walnut Street, CHAMPAIGN. 

PHOENIX 'PHONE 127. 



Taekett & White, 



aj. t Goffman, 



REAL ESTATE 

and Insurance. Loans on City and Farm 
Property. 9 Main St., Champaign. 



Tucker & Wakeman's Champaign Directory. 97 W 

Morris, Ira, elk., r. 107 N. Market ^J 

Morrison, Miss Annie, stenographer, r. 59 N. Neil t^ 
Morrison, Miss Elicia, dressmaker, 59 N. Neil, r. same 

Morrison, Miss Elicia, operator, r. 57 N. Neil Q© 
Morrison, Miss Ella Hortense, director Physical Training 

for Women, University of Illinois, r. 807 S. Wright ^H 

Morrison, James A., retired, r. 59 N. Neil L 

Morrison, Miss Minnie, dressmaker, 49 N. Neil, r. same ^^ 

MorriSSey, Dan., pres.Dan Morrissey Farm Land Mortgage _ 

Co., r. 209 W. University ave ^ ^ 

Morrissey Dan, Farm Land Mortgage Co., The, (Dan !► 

Morrissey, pres.) room 8 Post Office bldg ^? 

Morrissey, D. C, attorney Dan Morrissey Farm Land "* 

Mortgage Co., r. 209 W. University ave /O 

Morrissey, Fay, student, r. 209 W. University ave p 

Morrissey, John, wholesale and retail tobacco and cigars, q 

46-48 Main, 73-75 Market, r. 302 W. White ^ \P 

Morrissey, M. J., pres. Star Paper Co., r. 209 W. Uni->p 

versity ave Z o 

Morrissey, Thomas, sec. Dan Morrissey Farm Land Mort- (o fTJ 

gage Co., r, 209 W. University ave "2 ^ 

Morrow, J. A., foreman heating dept. University of Illi- n ^ 

nois, r. 601 E. Springfield ave LJ t3 

Morrow, W. S., retired, r. 601% E. Springfield ave ' ^I^ 

Morse, Mrs. E. J., wid., r. 211 W. Clark 2 p 

Morse, Ira., elk., r. 211 W. Clark > 

Morton, T. H., retired, r. 507 S. Elm 



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Moss, Fred, lab., r. 403 E. Hill > g 

Moss, John, barber, 204. Church, r. s^ N. Walnut Q C 

Mounce, Reason, lab., r. 612 E. Columbia ave .-^ ^ 

Mount Hope Cemetery, >< mile s. e. of city o 



Thos. H. Trevett, 



Large Stock of Guns, Revol- 
vers, Ammonition, Etc. 

28 MAIN ST., CHAMPAIGN. 



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98 Tucker t^ Wakeman's Champaign Directory. 



^■4 Mowel, R., machinist, r. 3T2 E. Hill 

Movvry, Smith, constable, r. 736 N. Randolph 
^3 Mowry, Samuel, mgr. Chicago Record Agency, r. 736 N. 
C Randolph 

C^ Mueller, Hros. (C. E. 8c D. A. Mueller), grain brokers, 
room 13 Post Office bldg 
^£ Mueller, C. E. (Mueller Hros), r. E. University ave 
O Mueller, D. A. (Mueller Bros.), r. 109 \V. Vine 
5^ Muirhead, Mrs. Mary, wid., r. 506 W. Hill 
QQ Mullady, Patrick, retired, r. 40 Second South 

Mulliken, A. Danforth, student, r. 404 \V. Church 
^ Mulliken, Charles J., real estate, 26 N. Walnut, r. 603 W. 
^^ l-nion 

2° Mulliken, J. W. (Walker & Mulliken), r. 404 W. Church 
, >< . Mullin, r. E., elk., r. 202 E. University ave 

^iJ Munhall, Charles, student, r. 502 W. Washington 
^x< Mimhall, Miss Dola, bookbinder, r. 502 W. Washington 
"°-| Munhall, W. H., business mgr. Daily Gazette, r. 502 W. 
tf) tn \\ ashiuLrton 

z Murphy, C. W., reporter News, r. 405 W. Hill 
I Murphy, P. J., liveryman, 16 W. University ave, r. same 
Murray, Harry J., fireman I. C. R. R.. r. 50S W. Hill 
^ Murray, James, emp. street dejjt. r. 50S W. Hill 
^ Murray, Miss Minnie R, bkkpr., r. 508 W. Hill 
^^ Murray, William, opr., r. 202 W. White 
^^ Muss, Harry, pressman, r. 201 W. Park 
^^ Musson, Mrs. M., wid., r. 312 W. Columbia ave 
"^^ Mutual Life Insurance Co. (J. W. Goudy & A. H. Hughes, 
QQ agts.), 36 W. Main 

Myer, Joe, plasterer, r. 601 E.Washington 
Myer, Miss Lucy, waitress, r. ^^t, N. Hickory 



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nallpnhaph Z RnuJP diamond meat market 

UailullUUUll Of UU J \U^ Tscepmme S^iET 16 BBUA^DPHOE^,x. 

41 NEIL STREET, CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



C. A. Besore, 



LUMBER, SASH, DOORS, AND BLINDS. 
COAL, LIME, BUILDERS' SUPPLIES, ETC. 

211-213 NORTH MARKET. 

'Phones 9 and 409 URBANA, ILL. _^._ 

^ CT 

Tucker & Wakeman's Champaign Directory. 99 ^3 

Myer, Vincent, lab., r. 513 N. Fourth >^ 

Myers, Frank, teamster, r, 206 E. Clark -^ 

Myers, George, propr. restaurant, r. 206 N. First ~^ 

Myers, Harry, express messenger, r. 114 E. Church P? 

Myers, H. B., elk., r. I. C. R. R. tracks and Main -^ 

Myers, H. W., salesman, r. 107 W. University ave ^ 

Myers, J. H., elk., r. I. C. R. R. tracks and Main ^ 

Myers, J. W., retired, r. 107 W. University ave (^ 

Myers, Mrs, M., wid., r. 712 N. Fourth ^ 

Myers, Mary, dressmaker, r. 601 N. Columbia ave ^ 

Myers, M. M., painter, r. 743 N. Neil ^ 
Myers, Willis I., barber, r. 744 N. Neil 



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Myers, William, elk., r. 504 E. Clark g S 

Myrick, Miss Jessie, saleslady, r. 303 E. Clark . ^ "t 

ABSTEDT, Fred, student, r. 607 E. University ave 
Nalley, J. D., second-hand dealer, 65 E. University ave. r. I 

406 W. Columbia ave ^ 

Nash, Benjamin, retired, r. 501 E. Park ^ 

National Union, Champaign Council No. 531, Kariher blk 
Naughton, Charles, night ticket elk. I. C. R. R., r. 302 W. 

Clark 

Naughton, John, shipping elk., r. Commercial House fTl 

Naughton, Thomas, photographer, 9- 11 W. Main, r. 302 >^ 

W. Clark ^ 

Nay, Frank, porter The Beardsley, r. s ame '^ 

Neal, William, carp., r. 504 W. Springfield ave r ^ 

Neer, Mrs. James, wid., r. 203 W. University ave 1 

Neil, William, stage carp. Walker Opera House, r. 504 W 

Springfield ave 
Nellis, Mme Adeline Louise, vocal teacher, r. 112 W. Park fTJ 

(y) 

Manhattan Dyeing and Cleaning Works^ 

Phone Phoenix 152. 30 WALNUT STREET, CHAMPAIGN ILL. 



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KNOWLTON & BENNETT 



DRUGGISTS 

I We Lead in Every Line 



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go j^ 'Phones: Phoenix 451, Bell 2 JO. URBANA, ILL we carry. 

^ :< loo Tucker & Wakkman's Champaign Directory 

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^ < Xells. Hert, lab., r. 504 E. Vine 

^ u Nelson, A., shoemaker, r. 603 Prospectave 



^ Nelson, A. E., janitor, r. 401 E. Clark 

1^ Nelson, A. S. (A. S. Nelson & Son), r. 720 N. Randolph 

* ^ Nelson, A. S. & Son (A. S. Nelson and M. A. Nelson). 

o^^ grocers, 67 N. Neil 

^1 g Nelson, Daniel, tailor, r. S. Neil 

I gl- Nelson, J., lab., r. 708 N. Church 

J eh Nelson, Joseph, porter, r. 310 \V. Eureka 

•g*^^ Nelson, M. Arthur (A. S. Nelson & Son), r. 201 W. \'ine 

c| Nelson, Mrs. M. E., wid., r. 210W. Eureka 

[2*^ Nelson, Miss Pauline, teacher, Avenue lildg., r. 602 W. 

jji Church 

c*o^ Nelson, William, retired, r. 507 E. Clark 

I"* I Xesmith, A. J., painter, r. 105 W. Williams 

J ^ Nesmitli, Miss Barbara, r. 105 W. Williams 

A -g Nesmith, C. E., student, r. 105 W. Williams 

c^ c Nesmith, E. H., painter and paperhanger,r. 105 W.Williams 

3 S Neuberger, S. W., salesman, r. S. Neil 

g g Newberger, Sol, elk., r. 205 S. Neil 

**" Newcomb, Cyrus P., student, r. 308 S. Neil 

J^ Newcomb, Dr. W. K., i)hysician. 30 W. Main, r. 308 S. Neil 

? DR. W. K. NEWCOMB, 

(^ Office Hours— 10:30 to 12 a. m.; 1:30 to 3 p. m.; 6 to 7 p. m, 

Office, 30 Main St. Bell Phone 259. 






Residence, 308 S. Neil St. Phoenix 153. 



^[^N('\v(;ll, Mrs. James, wid., r. 742 N. Randolph 
Ch New York Store (M. Eichberg and lienj. Haer), dry goods 
and carpets, 20 22 W. Main 



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Delivered to all parts of the City. »» • *" • II I i.i—i-\J VA. \J\J » 

■Phones: Phoenix 77, 8$u 167. S.'E, Cor. University Ave. and Market, CHAMPAIGN, 



AA/IT I IQ' CORSETS HAVE PERFECT SHAPE 
VV ILLIO AT LOWEST COST. 

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Nicewander, Mrs. Delia, dressmaker, r. 22 N. Walnut ^ 

Nicholas, J., retired, r. 505 E. Park u^ 

Nichols, Alvie N., fireman I. C. R. R., r. 614 W. Clark 2 

Nichols, Fred, bellboy The Beardsley, r. 310 E.White T^ 

Nichols, George, lab., r. 511 E. Stoug-hton ^ 

Nichols, Mrs. Martha, wid., r. 307 N. Prospect ave _^ 

Nichols, W. A., retired, r. 310 E. White f^ 
Nichols, W. P., elk., r. 27 Third South 

Nicolat, Miss Emma, saleslady, r. 106 S. Randolph |nT| 

NiCOlet, J. G. (J. G. Nicolet & Co.), r. 106 S. Randolph ^ 
NiCOlet, J. G. & Co., dealers in bicycles, bicycle sundries Vj 

and bicycle repairers, 26 S. Neil ^^ 

Nielson, Jacob J., carp., r. 708 W. Church ^ 

Nightingale, W. R., lab., r. 504 W. Thomas ave J|I|[ 

Niles, Col. E. P., retired, r. 201 W. Church "• 

Nisler, Miss Hannah, laundress, r. 106 W. Healey -^_ 

Noble, Mrs. D. A., wid., r. 834 W. Church i^ 
Noble, J. A., propr. Champaign Tribune, r. 610 S.Randolph X J?' 
Noechel, Frank S., asst. supt. Prudential Life Insurance SS*^ 

Co., r. 503 N. Prospect ave ^pvl 

Noonan, John, retired, r. cor. Hill and First §* ^ 

Norman, Mrs. J. A., wid., r. 105 W. Columbia ave ^ 

Norman, U. G., carp., r. 611 W. Thomas ave ^^^ 
Normandy, Patrick, lab., r. 311 E. University ave 
Norris, N. A., drayman, r. cor. Walnut and Beardsley 

North, Charles, engineer I. C. R. R., r. 207 S. Neil ^ 

North East School, cor. Park and Fifth M 

North, Miss Frances, nurse, Julia F. Burnham Hospital "C^ 

Northern, James, lab., r. 107 N. Market O 

Norton, H. B., deliveryman, r. 607 W. Clark ^ 

Norton, Turner, porter Doane House, r. same "|j(| 

Hockland Shoes Qfk;|1rllftrt'c 1 9 Main Street, * 



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Spalding's 



for Men are the best made at >i^ fc/ Vl A v|^ Hi vl ttj PIJ A MP A TPlVr 
$5. For sale only at ^^ ^ ^ thAiHFAlbiN. 



m URBAIH MILL UNO ELEfAIOR, FLourFrEDTlYL etc. 

Telephone No. 158 Central. 

^ Established A. D. J850. R. T. Robinson, Prop. l_jr=?I3 A.t^ A II I 

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j_|<Xye, S. L., city bill poster, r. 201 W. Park 

g?W"i^RIANT, W. L., carp., r. 505 E. Stoughton 
^.O'Hrien. John, lab., r. 610 E. Church 
rrt oO'Hricn. los., retired, r. 81 N. Walnut 
1/3 i^C) Hrien, Thomas, driver, 107 N. Market 
W z O'Brien, W. I)., engineer, r. cSi X. Walnut 

^ uO'Byrne, M., saloon, 65 E. Main. r. 109 E, Springfield ave 
p/ ^:0'Connell, Mrs. Ida, wid., r. 312 E. Church 
^^O'Conner. Daniel, engineer, r. 412 E. White 
^wO'Xeil, liarney, butcher, r. loi X. Market 
r^ ^O'Xeil, F. E. (McGraw & O'Xeil), r. cor. Park and Third 
5 ^O'Xeil. Peter, lab., r. 302 E. Park 
g ""O'Xeil, Miss Sarah, bkkpr., 302 E. Park 
•—I O'Shea, Xick. elk., r. 206 W. Vine 
"^ O'Shee, Xick, elk., r. 505 X. Randolph 

O'Toole, Miss M. G., saleslady, r. Urbana 
^jjj Obenshain. W. WL, elk., r. 410 W. Washington 
fl^ Ochs. Jesse, elk., r. 502 W. Clark 
-^f Oehmke, Emma, dressmaker, r. 407 E. Washington 
■^ Oehmke. Frank, compositor, r. 105 E. Church 
^^ Oehmke, T. ¥., retired, r. 511 E. Church 
Oehmke, W. M., retired, r. 509 E. Church 
Ohlman, W. H., shoemaker, 3 X. Xeil. r. 607 S. Xeil 
Ohmke. Miss Emma, dressmaker, r. 407 X. Second 
Olds, E. W., trav. salesman, r. 204 W. Park 
Olmstead. George H., elk., r. 407 E. Church 
Olmstead, Miss Mabel, laundress, r. 208 X. P'ourth 
Olmstead, R. H.. elk., r. 208 X. Fourth 
Oneal, Rev. H. H., pastor P'irst Methodist Church, r. 309 
W. Hill 



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VISIT T T 7 TV/T-ta n ct-\^-^ Ir^f* ^'^^ prices lower than the lowest. 
^.^.^. i^» V ♦ iVianSpcaKcr^ imported and Domestic Table 
Delicacies at pleasing prices at MANSPEAKER'S GROCERY. Both 'Phones 97. 



Wn. TRICE * Estate) i^'«t.a'Sr£!f3U*i;r'^' 

John Price, Mgr. i6 N. Neil St., Champaign. ) PAPER HANGI NG .Nn DECORATING 

Tucker & Wakeman's Champaign Directory. 103 

Onofio, Peter, lab., r. 503 N. Walnut 

Orr, J. W., implement dealer, 58 N. Market, r. 306 S. Neil 
Oster, William, chief of police, r. 412 W. Springfield ave 
Ostrand, Augustus, elk., r. 201 E. Healey 
Ostrand, Gus, elk., r. 301 E. Healey 
Ostrand, John, drayman, r. 301 EHsaley 
Ostrand, J. C, baker, r. 20 N. Hickory ^^ 

Ostrand, Martin, baker, r. 301 E. Healey '*' 

Ostrand, Miss Sophia, dressmaker, r. 301 E. Healey ^ 

Otis, Frank, barber, r. 108 W. Clark • « 

Otis, Harry, barber, r. 108 W. Clark !? 

Otis, F. R., barber, r. loS W. Clark 

Otis, W. H., barber, r. 108 W. Clark §= 

Ottenheimer, S. W. (Ottenheimer & Co.), r. Peoria, Ills <=^ 
Ottenheimer & Co. (S. W. Ottenheimer and J. M. Kauf- Sg 
man), 18 W. Main S^ 

Overman, A. R., drayman, r. 611 W. Clark — -~ 

Overman, Miss Daisy, r. 611 W. Clark ^^ 

Overman, William, drayman, r. 611 W. Clark d^ 

Owen, Alfred, wks I. C. R. R., r. 6 Springfield ave ^t 

Owen, Mrs. R., wid., r. 7 E. Springfield ave 
Owens, Miss Jessie, waitress, r. 19 N. Walnut 
Owens, Miles C, insurance agt., r. 211 Ater 
Owens, Mrs. Rosie, wid., r. 7 Springfield ave 
Owens, Mrs. S. J., wid., r. 805 S. Wright 

Pacific express co., f. m. wascher, agt., 49 n. 

Walnut 
Page, V. N., dentist, 15 W. Main, r. 106 W. Vine 
Painter, Miss Alice, dressmaker, r. 615 W. Clark CT^ 

Painter, Miss Clara, r. 615 W. Clark 



Df. D. H. Shaf er, 



DENTIST. 

Teeth extracted without pain. 
12] Main St...Champaiga. 



j-n-s-n-R-scoTT. 



REAL ESTATE 



LOANS AND INSURANCE. 
21 MAIN STREET, BELL PHONE 177. CHAMPAIGN 

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\y^ \h Painter> Miss Jennie, tailoress Gulick Tailorinir Co., r. 615 

^ z VV. Clark 

;^ 5 Paisley, P^fank ()., student, r. 408 W. White 
f Paisley> James T.. tel. elk., r. 408 W. White 
Q I Paisley, \V. H., trav. salesman, r. 408 W. White 

O J^iislev, W. W., elk., r. 408 W. Whiter 
;z Palaee Uarber Shop, L. H. lUaisdell, propr., 9 W. Main 
£ ^ Palmer, Arthur William, i)mr. Chemistry, University of 
< i^ Illinois, r. 614 W. Park 
f— oc Paneake, Mrs. Taey, wid., r. <Si4 W. Chiireh 
—3 « Paneoast. 1., lab., r. 2S Locust 
ct- t Paneoast. L., brakeman, r. Beardsley Street Flat 
^ 2 Panku, A., retired, r. 304 K. Hill 
j^ f Pape, Henry, retired, r. 305 I^. Washinirton 

Pappineau, Mrs. Caroline, wid., r. 718 W. Springrfield ave 
Q Parker, A. A., trav. salesman, r. 511 S. Elm 
u- Parker, Arthur, elk., r. S. Neil 

'Parker. Charles, r. 112 W. Park 
Q^ Parker, G. A., elk., r. 410 S. Neil 
UJ Parker, Ci. W., propr. planinir mill. r. 410 S. Neil 
pf^ Parker, Mrs. J. A., milliner, r. 34 N. Neil 
, ) Parker, J. W., teamster, r, 201 S. Sixth 

i^ ' Parker, Mrs. Mary, wid., r. 701 N. State 

•^ Parker, William, deliveryman. r. 503 .S. Neil 

Parker. William C. elk., r. 410 S. Neil 
. y^ Parkins. Mrs. Susan, wid., r. 401 W. White 

Parks, Thomas Edward, well dij^g^er, r. 68 E. Univc^rsity ave 
• Parnell, J. W., salesman, r. 504 E. Vine 
P^ Parrett. R. A., agrieultural implements, 4 S. Market, r. 312 
^ .S. Randolph 

Par\is, E. J.. lath(;r. r. 401 E. Sprino-field ave 






Tackett & White, Real estate 

# MVfiwi.1. ««b mmgMt%vy LOANS AND INSURANCE 

Phoenix' Phone 127. 49 North Market Street. CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



01. H. Goffman, 



REAL ESTATE 

and Insurance. Loans on City and Farm 
Property. 9 Main St., Champaign. 



Tucker & Wakeman's Champaign Directory. 105 ^^ 

Pattengale Bros. (J. C. and S. M. Pattengale), flour and ^ 
feed, II 7 >^' E. University ave r^ 

Patten§fale, J.C.(Pattengale Rros.),r.2o6 E. Springfield ave 
Pattengale, King, elk., r. 206 E. Springfield ave P© 

Patten§:ale, S. M. (Pattengale Bros.), r. 206 E. Spring- 
field ave _^ 
Pattengale, T. J., retired, r. 206 E. Springfield ave --j^ 
Patterson, J. W., retired, r. 717 W. Randolph ^gF 
Patterson, Thomas, r. 105 W. Columbia ave ST 
Patton, John, retired, r. 411 E. Healey ^^ 
Patton, T. A., lab., r. 6 W. Springfield ave -^ 
Patzwitz, Adolph, tinner's helper, r. 5 Locust "• 
Patzwitz, Fred, lab., 5 Locust ,_j 
Paul, Arthur Ernest, fellow College Science, University of f^ 
Illinois, r. 701 S. Wright ^ Si- 
Paul, Cyrus, real estate, r. 505 E. Healy 0) f^j 
Paul, Frank, butcher, r. 505 E. Healey 2 S- 



Peabody, F. C, baker, r. 412 E. Park 



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Pearnian, Mrs. J. T., wid., r. 409 W. University ave ^ 

Pearce Frank, fireman, r. 304 E, Healey ^ [P 

Pease, Mrs. E., wid., r. 506 W. Columbia ave j o 

Peate, Thomas, press feeder, r. 4105^ E. White [J pj 

Peck, Cornelius G., asst. editor The Champaign Daily H^^ 

News, r. 611 W. University ave " <^ 

Peck, Miss Harriet, hat trimmer, r. 202 W. White i p 

Peddicord, H., real estate, r. 602 W. Hill > ^ 

Peddicord, J. P., drayman, r. 512 S. State ^ ^ ^ 

Pennington, C. A., bkkpr. First Nat'l Bank. r. 610 W. Hill > t3 
Pennington, E., agricultural implements, N. Walnut opp. C 

L C. R. R., r. 610 W. Hill ?P 

Penny, Arthur, cook The Beardsley, r. same O 
f^ 

THOi n. TREVETT, pickwTcTbTcycues * 

2 8 MAINi STREET, CH AM PAIGN, I LL. and BORN STEEL RANGES. 



S. C. TUCKER, ; ^",^°"' ; DRUGGIST. 

106 E. UNIVERSITY AVE., CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 

• 

^J 1 06 Tucker & Wakeman's Champaign Directory. 

L^ Penny, Archie, janitor, r. 510 E. Stoughton 

Pepper, H. J., supt. Street Railway, r. 509 \V. Park 
•T3 Percival, A. L. (Percival & Hall), r 502 S. Randolph 
C Percival & Hall (A. L. Percival and W. P. Hall), grocers, 
^ I X. Xeil 

Percival. O. L., real estate, insurance and loans, 39 N. 
^^ Neil, r. 314 S. Randolph 
O Perkins, Joe, foreman, r. 406 N. Elm 
^ Perkins, W. \V., lab., r. 303 W. Eureka 
OO Perry man, E. H., lab., r. 605 E. Grove 

Perry, George G., insurance agt, r. Urbana 
^ Peters, Mrs. C, wid., r. 312 E. Church 

Peters, Charles, lab., r. 1 10 E. University ave 
®§ Peterson, Charles, lab., r. Third and Healey 
,x . Peterson, Charles (j., cigarmaker, r. 105 E. White 
J- Peterson, Charles J., cigar mfr., 59 N. Market, r. 105 E. 



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Peterson. Peter, drayman, r. 105 E. White 



^ DC Peterson, INliss Sophia, teacher East Side School, r. 105 E. 

Ill ^ 

2 White 

I Petty, G. R. (G. R. Petty & Co.), r. 61S W. Clark 

Petty, G. R. cS: Co. (G. R. Petty and T. E. Mahon), house 
^ finishers, 32 S. Market 
^ Pettyjohn, I^.. carp., r. 203 P2. Hill 
^y Pfeffer. Joseph, retired, r. 502 W. Springfield ave 
^y/ Pflum, E. J., machnst., r. 202 P2. White 
~j Phelps, S. M.. plasterer, r. n. w. cor. Charles and Neil 
'^ Pheris. Miss Jennie, waitress The Carter House, r. same 

QQ Phi Delta Theta, lo w. Main 
Phi Gamma Delta, 26 N. Neil 

Ji Philbrick, S. Gere c^ Philbrick), r. 210 W. Hill 

nallonhanh Z Rnulp DIAMOND MEAT MARKET 

UQIIUIIUOUII W UUyiUp Tn,■Hn^E S^iBT 16 Bell AsoPHoesix. 

41 NEIL STREET, CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



C. A. Besore, 



Coal, Lime, Plaster, Cement, 

AND BUILDING MATERIAL. 

211-213 N. Market. 'Hiones 9 and 409. Urbana, III. t— d 

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Phillips, E. W., machnst, r. 605 S. Neil ^ 
Phillips, James David, asst. prof. General Eng-ineering P^ 

and Drawing, University of Illinois, r. 412 W. Church -^^ 

Phillippi, F. M., law student, r. 309 E. Springfield ave (^ 

Phillips & Hensley (T. W. Phillips and W.'c. Hensley), ^ 

poultry, egg and fish market, 104 S. Neil ^a| 

Phillips, T. S., poultry dealer, r. 106 W. Clark ^L 

Phillips, T. W. (Phillips & Hensley), r. 106 W. Clark ^ 

Phillips, W. W., fireman, r. 403 S. First h^ 

Phillis, Miss C, saleslady, r. 311 E. University ave ^ 

Phillis, Miss Cora, elk., r. 311 E. University ave ^^5 

Phillis, C. W., retired, r. 311 E. University ave >♦ 
Phillis, Miss Olive, bkkpr., r. 311 E. University ave o 

Phillis, Miss Sara, laundress, r. 311 E. University ave ^ ^ 

Philadelphia Store, G. C Willis, propr., dry goods, 15-17 I 3* 

W. Main |- ^ 

Picard, Mrs. J., wid., r. 220 W. Maple ? | 
Pickett, Charles Churchill, prof. Contracts, Equity and ^\ 

Pleadings, University of Illinois, r. 620 W. Church |JL| 

Picknell, F. W., butcher, r. 218 W. Maple g^ 

Picknell, Harry, The Bon Ton Bakery, r. Carter House p . 

Picknell, F. W., butcher, r. 218 W. Maple ^ 

Pierce, Miss Florence, bkkpr., r. 204 W. Park ^ 

Pierce, James H., lab.,r. 5 Springfield ave ^ 

Pierce, Miss Louise, bkkpr., r. 204 W. Clark ^ 

Pitt, Miss Abbie, nurse, r. 202 W. Columbia ave Q 

Pitt, Miss Ada, nurse, r. 202 W. Columbia ave PU 

Pitt, Mrs. A., wid., r. 202 W. Columbia ave ^/^ 

Pitcher, brakeman, r. 13 E. Springfield ave q^ 

Pitcher, John, lab., r. 401 E. Vine ^ 

Pitsenbarger, M. M., carp., 508 W., Columbia ave ^ 



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Manhattan Dyeing and Cleaning Works^ 

'Phone Phoenix 152, 30 WALNUT STREET CHAMPAIGN ILL. 



Knottilton & Bennett, 



Oruggists 

We lead in ereri/ line we carry 

'I'lionrs; I'liomiix 451, l'.ell2io. 

URBANA, ILL. 



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§ou .^ Pittman, C. E., elk., r. 604 E. Clark 

•;3<J Pittman, George, teamster, r. 609 W. I'liion 
^uj^ Pittman, Sylvester, teamster, r. 106 S. Second 
u Plank. M. B.. farmer, r. 611 W. Church 

^ Plant, Mrs. C. A., wid., r. 609 W. University ave 
y PlOtner, Geor§:e H., P:mpire Steam Laundry, r. 403 N. 
^-^ Champaign 

1^ Plotner, Jose])h. lab., r. 409 N. Walnut 
jw Plotner, J. W., deliveryman, r. 610 \i. University ave 
^ S Plotner, Mrs. Susan, wid., r. 204^ Springfield ave 
M Sd Plotner, William, retired, r. 604 I'^. University ave 
"^ ^-^ Poggendorf, John, retired, r. 29 Locust 
.SK"^ Pok, Joseph, retired, r. 603 M. Park 

5 f^ Police Station, City lUillding 

•S^J Polk, C. J., student, .\i i P^, John 

g g,| Polk. John L., r. 41 i K. John 

g*^ Polk, R. Collins, student, r. 411 E.John 

tcl Poll, A. F., lab., r. 306 S. Prairie 

•£ ^ Poll, J. C, tinner, r. 306 S. Prairie 






S Poll, lohn, lab., r. ^06 S. Prairie 



j| Pollard, G0ff& Co. (J. S. Pollard, M. A. Goff andT. 
P'oohy), dredge contractors, ^y W. Walnut 
-I— » Pomason, Joe, lab., r. 202 E. Mill 

^ Poole, Edward, fellow. College Engineering, University of 
^ Illinois, r. so6 PL. Green 

l\)rter, Horace, student, r. 306 W. Mill 



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Porter, J. W\, emp. Court House. Urbana, r. 309 W 
Porter, O. H.. lab., r. 204 E. Clark 



^Porter. J. P., county clerk, r. 306 W. Hill 

Ch Porter, L. R., conductor, r. 214 E. Washington 






Porter, Robert K., law student, r. 306 W. Hill 

IMF, PI./LSri:l? /AND (lAMNI- 

l>LA.srr:P PAI^IS, HAIR, 
;A"ND liLIILDIMG MTrilRIAL. 

Phones: Phoenix 77, Bell i67, S.-E. Cor. University Ave. and Market, CHAMPAIGN , 



W. tf. WALLS 4 CO. 



BUY LADIES AND CHILDRENS' WII T |Q' 

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Tucker & Wakeman s Champaign Directory. 109 L_^ 

Porterfield, Miss Etta, milliner, r. cor. Elm and Green ^^ 

Porterfield, J. B., salesman, r. 112 W. Park j^H 

Porterfield, R. Roy, fireman, r. 501 W. Green K^ 

Porterfield. R. O., retired, r. 501 W. Green [T] 

Poser, John, barber, Urbana, r. S. Race ^^Q 
Post Office, Ozias Riley, postmaster, n. w. cor. Walnut and 

Taylor Qo 
Potts, J. W., salesman, r. 605 E. Clark 

Pound, E. E., janitor, r. 508 E. Healey MH 

Powell, Harry, elk., r. 709 N. Neil ^-h 

Powell, Miles G., farmer, r. 608 S. Randolph J"""^ 

Power, Mrs. S. A., stenographer, r. 312 W. Hill ^-^^ 
Powers, E. F., editor The Times, r. 701 \V. University ave ^^ 

Pratt, Mrs. Anna, wid., r. 314 S. Randolph hXJ 

Pratt, Miss Josephine, stenographer, r. 741 N. Randolph ^ 

Prendergast, Anna, tailoress Gulick Tailoring Co., r. 511 % 

E. University ave u. 

Prendergast, John, retired, r. 511 E. University ave Q Z 

Prestin, Mrs. Bertha, wid., r. 202 E, Washincjton ^r^ 

Prestin, John ¥,, engineer, r. 110 E. Stoughtoii >'^ I 

Price, Arthur Charles, oil salesman, r. 408 S. Neil §^^ 

Price, Mrs. A. P., wid., r. 408 S. Neil ' ^ 

Price, A. W., painter, r. 509 W. Green S» 
Price, Miss Cora, bkkpr., r. 18 N. Neil 

Price, David W., painter, r. 501 N. Hickory t— ^ 

Price, Miss Elizabeth, bkkpr., r. 18 N. Neil ^ 

Price, Miss Ella M., saleslady, r. 109 W. Hill H'^ 

Price, E. L., r. 107 W. White t"* 
Price Estate, William, wall paper, paints, oils, glass, 16 Q 

N. Neil HM 

Price, E. T., propr. Price's Pharmacy, 57 N. Neil r^ 



Spalding's $2 Shoes 



lor Men and Women combine the 
best service with all the style of 
higher priced footwear. 

19 MAIN STRCET, 

CHAMPAIGN, ILL- 



m mm mill and [llvaior, FLouRrFEErMEfL etc. 

Tel ephone Ho. 158 Central. 

Established A. D. 1850. R. T. Robinson, Proprietor. LJF=?I3 A-fvI jO,, II I 

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j_J < Price, F. M., decorator and painter, r. 208^ W. Colum- 

, s l)ia ave 

C5 ^ Price, Miss Helen D., grocery, 408 S. Niel. r. same 

^ „ Price, Huu-h M., student, r. 107 W. White 

^> o Price. Tohn 'P.. elk., r. 1 1 1 Columbia ave 

^ ::: Price, John F., mi^r. William Price P^state, 16 N. Neil. r. 

r^ ° I 1 1 W. Columbia ave 

2 Price, Miss Kittie, saleslady, r. 210 W. \'ine 

13 w I'rice's Pharmacy (K. T. Price, propr.), 5; N. Neil 

/y/ k' Price, Mrs. Sarah, r. 210 W. Vine 

^ Price, Walter \i., insurance and pension agt., r. 509 W. 

J> tf) Green 

G - Price, W. E., elk , Wilcox's abstract office, r. 509 W'. Green 

2 z Price, Mrs. -William, wid., r. 18 N. Neil 

00 ""Price. \\\ E., Jr., painter, r. 509 \V. Green 

hS Prince. H. A., elk., r. 515 S. Randolph 

Proesel, J. W., engineer, r. 310 E. Park 

^J Protzeller, J. ¥.., supt. Champaign Machine Supply Co., r. 

QJ 101 W. University ave 

-^ Prough. Miss Grace, cook, r. 314 W. White 

ihJ Prough. Miss Stella, laundress, r. 314 W. White 

^^ Prudential Life Insurance Co., PVank S. Noeche'l. asst. 

supt , 21 W. Main 

Prutzer, Fred., lab., r. 602 E. Columbia ave 

Public Library, 206 W. Church 

Purdy. Walter A., printer, r. 210 W. University ave 
Putnam, Miss Alice, instructor violin, University of Illinois, 

r. 405 S. Wright 
Putnam. Henry, retired, r. 718 W. Hill 
Putnam. John. lab., r. 505 S. First 
Putnam. Mrs. Lina. laundress, r. 505 S. First 

■H|r 1 4^ wants everybody to try the famous 

|VlclnSP6clK6r ^Java and Mocha Coffee 

* BOTH PHONES 97. 



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m. TRICE ^Estate) I ''^'--jtrt '""'"• 

John Price, Mgr. i6 N. Neil St., Champaign, j The House and Villa Mixed Paints, i 

Tucker & Wakeman's Champaign Directory, iii' 



Putnam. W. L., bartender, r. 505 S. First ^^ 

V^UINN, Miss Maggie, waitress, r. Commercial House ^^ 
Quirk, Miss Elizabeth, music teacher, r. 201 W, Spring- ^Z 
field ave ^^ 

Quirk, Miss Hattie. elk., r. 201 W. Springfield ave CI3 

Quirk, J., janitor, r. 201 W. Springfield ave .^^ 

Quirk, John T., drug elk., r 201 W. Springfield ave ,.^^ 

Quirk, Margaret A., saleslady, r. 201 W. Springfield ave § 
Quirk, Miss Susie, bkkpr., r. 1 10 E. Park S 

Quirk, Thomas, fireman, r. 27 E. Springfield ave 



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ADEKE, F. D. Brewing Co., Martin Clausen, agt., opp. c=^ 
I. C. R. R.. depot ' Sg 

Randle, Charles, jeweler Garwood's, r. 508 S. Randolph ^^ 
Randolph, Charles Brewster, instructor Greek and Latin ^^'^ 
Preparatory School, University of Illinois, r. 508 E. John ^"^ 
Randolph, Henry, janitor, r. 113 N. Market ^2" 

Randolph, J. W., white washer, r. 106 N. Market ■ 1 

Rankin, Mrs. Mary, wid., r. 506 E. University ave 
Rankins, Mrs. Hattie, boarding house keeper, r. 605 N.Neil 
Rathmann, W., teacher St. Peters School, r. 314 E. Clark 
Rawyer, William, carp., r. 508 \\\ Washington 
Ray, J. L., lawyer, 31 W. Main, r. 711 W. University ave 
Rayburn, James A., carp., r. 82S W. Church 
Rayburn, Mrs. Josiah, laundress, r. 609 W. Clark 
Rayburn, R. W., contractor and builder, r. 822 W. Church 
Raymond, W., motorman, r. 508 i<^ N. Neil 
Raynor & Babb (Eugene N. Raynor & C. D. Babb), realCTQ 
estate and loans, First Nat'l Bank bide 

Dr. D. H. SHAFER, {^^^\ Dentist. 

12>^ MAIN STREET, CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



J.fl.&fl.H.Seott, 



J<S 



REAL ESTATE 

LOANS AND INSURANCE 

21 MAIN STREET. 
y BELL PHONE 177. CHAMPAIGN 

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c o Raynor, Eugene N. (Raynor & Babb), r. 105 N. Elm 

m£ Raynor. J. N., real estate, r. 109 N. Elm 
<« ^ Read, Marvin, retired, r. ^16 S. Prairie 
^ o Rcddick, Ed. R., butcher, r. 509 S. Randolph 

Redding, Miss Fannie, saleslady, r. \i. Main, Urbana 

^ Reed, David, driver, r. W. Hill 

O Reed, D. D., elk., r. 609 W. Church 
\^ Reed, Miss Laura M., music teacher, r. 605 N. State 

.^_, Reed. Mrs. Martha J., wid., r. 609 W. Hill 

Q Reed. Marvin, retired, r. 316 S. Prairie 
Q/) Reed, Mrs. M. J., wid., r. 609 W. Hill 
^.^ Reed, Rev. S. K., pastor, retired, r. 605 N. State 

j2 Reed, Thomas A., elk., r. 609 N. Hrll 

fj Reed, Will., liveryman, r. 506 S. State 
. Reeves, J. A., coal dealer, 710 N. Neil, r. 703 N. Randolph 

$H Regan, Michael, lab., r. 510 E. Springfield ave 

^ Rehberg, Fred C, blacksmith, r. y^ N. Walnut 
i I i Rehb(;rg, John, section foreman, I. C. R. R., r. 106 E. 

Wiiite 
^ ° Reich, William, tailor, r. 201 E. Stouorhton 
2 -o Reld, Albert, East Side Livery Stable, r. 506 S. State 
J J Reid, A. & Son (Albert & William Reid), East Side Livery 
Stal)le. 6 X. Water 

<2^ Reid, William, East Side Livery Stable, r. 506 S. State 

O Reinhard, E. P., retired, r. 3 i i W. White 
^5 Reinhardt, R. E., plumber, r. 801 W. Church 
K^ Reinke, C. ¥., porter, r. 112 E. University ave 
f^ Repiogle, Dr.- P. S., Champaign Sanitarium, r. 108 W.Park 

« Ressler, Milton, carp., r. 109 W. William 
C/j Rethey, P). N., mfr., musical instruments, 19 N. Neil, r. 
♦ 200 Tremont 



Taekett & White, 



REAL ESTATE 

LOANS AND INSUkANCE. 
49 N. Walnut Street. CHAMPAIGN. 

PHOENIX 'PHONE 127. 



HI. t Goffman, 



REAL ESTATE 

and Insurance. Loans on City and Farm 
Property. 9 Main St., Champaign. 



Tucker & Wakeman's Champaign Directory. 113 

Rethjen, Henry, bricklayer, r. 201 N. First 

Reuler, S. R., mgr. The Economy, r. s. w. cor. Randolph ^^ 

and Clark 

Rheinesmith, Miss Grace, teacher, r. 205 W. Church p^ 
Rhoades, Miss E. M., student, r. 601 E. Clark 

Rhoades, H. A., student, r. 601 E. Clark ^ 
Rhoades, Thomas, grainer and paper hanger, r.6oi E.Clark [" 

Rhodes, John, lab., r. 103 W. Vine ^ 

Rhodes, William H., elk., r. 626 W. Hill ^ 

Rhodes, W. H., compositor, r. 626 W. Hill ^ 

Rhodes, W. H., Jr., elk., r. 626 W. Hill !► 

Rice, George, r. 314 S. Neil ^ 

Rice, Mrs. M. A. (v. pres. Champaign Business College), "* 

r. 801 S. Wright *pO 

Rich, William, tailor, r. 201 E. Stoughton g 

Richards, J. A., grocer, 412 E. University ave, r. 4^ ^'4^*72 

E. University ave ^ bi 

Richards, J. M., retired, r. 410 W. Church > p 

Richards, J. W., retired, r. 410 W. Church Z o 

Richardson, Jasper, teamster, r. 404 E. Hill (I) ^Tj 

Richardson, Jasper, baggageman, r. 404 E. Hill -g ^ 

Richhoff, Lou, baker, r. 5031^ N. Neil n ^ 

Richmond, William, lab., r. 410)^ E. White _l t3 

Richner, Miss Hannah, r. 502 S. Neil ^ (^ 
Richner, Miss R., dressmaker, 5 W. Main, r. 502 S. Neil j p 

Richter, Ed. A., bartender, r. 109 E. Clark > g_^ 






Richter, Miss Etta, dressmaker, r. 109 E. Clark 
Richter, Frank, conductor, r. iioE. Clark' > 

Richter, Miss Henrietta, dressmaker, r. 109 E. Clark Q C 

Richter, Lewis, foreman I. C. R. R. shops, r. 206 E. White Z P 
Richter, W., carp., r. 109 E. Clark o 



Thos. H. TFevett, 



Large Stock of Guns, Revol- 
vers, Ammunition, Etc 

28 MAIN ST., CHAMPAIGN. 



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5. C. TUCKER, 'nsS'- DRUGGIST, 

114 Tucker tv Wakkman's Champaign Directorv. 



^mm Ricketts, A. D., with Sale & Ward, r. Carter House 

Rickey, C. H., carp., r. 305 S. Wright 
^3 Rienke, Albert, cigarmaker, r. 2 1 2 E. Washington 

52 Riesing, John, retired, r, 704 W. Church 

CS l^ig'g'en, J. R . lab., r. 507 South Sixth 

Riggs, J. W, retired, r. 506 E. Green 

^iC Riker, Davin, retired, r. 603 W. Clark 

w Riley, James, retired, r. 312 E. Hill 

5^ Riley, Mrs. L. A., wid., r. 408 E. University ave 
QQ Riley, Ozias, postmaster, r. 701 W. University ave 
Riley, Robert, engineer, r. 105 W. Thomas ave 

^ Riley, Walter B., lawyer, 31 W. Main, r. 701 W. Uni- 
■ ^ versity ave 

S°§ Riley, William H., lab., r. 86 N. Walnut 
, >< . Riker, David, retired, r. 603 W\ Clark 

^:^ Rines, John, retired, r. Big 4 R. R. and city limits 
l^2< Ri"gl^"d, Mrs. Rose, chambermaid, r. 34-36 X. Walnut 
""■^ Rising, John, retired, r. 704 W. Church 
(/) (c Rittenhouse, David T., veterinary surgeon, r, i t i b^. White 
2 "* Rittenhouse, George, cigar mfr., r. 114 E. White 
X Rivers, John, lab., r. 511 N. Poplar 
Roach, G. F., elk., r, 105 E. Park 

^ Roach, James C, stenographer, r. 103 W. Springfield ave 
Roach, Nicholas, ens^ineer, r. Commercial House 
^^ Roach, Mrs. Sarah, wid., r. 105 E. Park 
^^ Roberts, A. N., bartender, r. 32 Second South 
^^ Roberts, Charles J., elk., r. io5 S. State 
"^ Roberts, Charles M., lather, r. 621 S. Neil 
QQ Roberts, Enoch, well driller, r. 106 S. Neil 

Roberts, Miss Flora, saleslady, r. 108 W. Church 
^J| Roberts, Miss Frances, elk., r. [06 W. Church 

DIAMOND MEAT MARKET 

1 1 Telephone S^eet 16 Bell and Phoenix. 

41 NEIL STREET, CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



Dallenbach & Boyle, 



C. A. Besore, 



LUMBER, SASH, DOORS, AND BLINDS. 
COAL, LIME, BUILDERS' SUPPLIES, ETC. 

211-213 NORTH MARKET. 

'Phones 9 and 409 URBANA, ILL. ^.^ 

. ^ 

Tucker & Wakeman s Champaign Directory, i i 5 ^o 

Roberts, Francis H., foreman The Times, r. 715 W. Church >' 

Roberts, Frank, emp., Times, r. 715 W. Church ^ 

Roberts, H., engineer, r. 309 \V. Clark "* 

Roberts, Henry, musician, r. 307 S. Neil P? 

Roberts, Herbert, yard elk. L C. R R., r. ^02 W. Spring- ^~^ 

field ave ^ 

Roberts, H. G., musician, r. 307 S. Neil /^^ 

Roberts, H. T. elk. I. C. R. R., r. 401 W. University ave Q) 

Roberts, Humphrey, engineer, r. 309 W. Clark ^ 

Roberts, Mrs. J. J., wid., r. 621 S. Neil ^ 

R-oberts, Miss Jeanette, asst. librarian Champaign Public .^ 

Library, r. 309 W. Clark 

Roberts, John C, tailor, r. 107 W. Washington x ^ 

Roberts, Mrs. J. M., retired, r. 509 E. Daniel ^E 

Roberts, Miss L.A., dressmaker, 59 N.Neil,r. 106 W.Church p ';2 

Roberts, Louis, carp., r. 8 E. University ave ' 

Roberts, Miss Lou, elk. county treasurer's office, r. 402 W. —i— 

Springfield ave J-^ 

Roberts, Mrs. N. J., wid., r. 208 W. Hill g 

Roberts, R., tinner, r. 513 S. Randolph ^ 

Roberts, Romeo, collector The Times, r. 513 S. Randolph -v^ 

Roberts, Thomas, patternmaker, r. 402 \V. Springfield ave ^^ 

Roberts, W. E. (Percival & Roberts), r. 834 W. Church m 

Roberts, W. L., tailor, r. 107 W. Washington ^ 

Robeson, F. K. (F. K. Robeson & Bro.), r. 311 W. Hill ^ 

Robeson, F. K. & Bro, (F. K. Robeson & G. B. Robeson), 'C 

The Big Dept. Store, 47-49 Neil fr) 

Robeson, G. B. (F. K. Robeson & Bro.), r. 107 W. Park — ^ 

Robeson, Grant (F. K. Robeson & Bro.), r. 107 W. Park Q 

Robeson, Mrs. Jane, wid., r. 107 W. Park <;^ 

Robinson & Burr (E. A. Robinson & E. M. Burr), machin- m 

Manhattan Dyeing and Cleaning Works^ 

'Phone Phoenix 152. 30 WALNUT STREET CHAMPAIGN ILL. 



KNOW LTON & BENNETT, 



DRUGGISTS 

) We Lead in Every Line 

w ^ 'Phones ; Phoenix 45 1. Bell 2t0. '' UR BAN A, ILL we carry. 

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^ :^ Il6 TUCKKR & WaKK.MAN's CHAMrAKlN DlRKCTOKV. 

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a* < ists, plumbers and heatinir contractors, 400 N. Neil 
J 5 Robinson, E. A. (Robinson & liurr), r. i i 2 W. Hill 
^ Rod(js. \V. H., compositor, r. 626 W. Hill 
M^ Roe, Cortez, brakeman, r. Commercial House 



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« I Roey, G. W., lab., r. 31 1 W. William 



op« Rogers, Ed., elk., r. 722 N. Randolph 
^1 g Rogers, Elmer, elk., r. 601 \V. Stoughton 
1^8- Rogers, J. E., elk., r. 602 Stoughton 
J EH Rogers, Thomas, retired, r. 306 W. P^ureka 
'S'*! l^ogers, W. A., lab., r. 60 r K. Stoughton 
g % Rogers, W. E., trav. salesman, r. 501 E. Stoughton 
p2^ Rhodes, Philip, brakeman, r. 204 E. Park 
^1^ Roland, Miss P'annie. laundress, r. 34-36 N. Walnut 
|-«| Rolf. Joseph, lal)., r. 107 W. Charles ^ 

l^lRolfe, Charles Wesley, prof. Geology, University of Illi- 
J* S nois, r. 601 E. John 
^ -10 Rolfe, Robert, retired, r. 105 W. Vine 
^ g Rolph, George, tailor, r. 411 E. Vine 
3 g Rolla, F. W., cigarmaker, r. 40') E. \'ine 
g g Rompel, J. F., tailor, r. 404 \i. 1 1 ill 
*" Ronnbom, Hen., deliveryman, r. 505 E. Washington 
^C/3 Ronnbom, Charles, lab., r. 505 E. Washington 
j:^ Ronnbom, G., lab., r. 505 E. Washington 

^ Ronnbom, R., driver, r. 505 E. Washington 

^ Root, J. F., boilermaker, r. 93 N. Walnut 

?H Roots, Mrs. C. E., wid., r. 317 S. Randolph 
("^ Roots, F. F., cabinet maker, r. 410 W. Green 

^ Roots, W. L., carp., r. 304 S. Prairie 

$H Ropart. Fred., lab., r. 603 E. Washington 

^ Rose, Carlton Raymond, instructor Chemistry, University 
hyl of Illinois, r. 806 S. Sixth 

HARD AND'sorrcOAL W W WDI I ^ I 00 

Delivered to all parts of the City. '» • H • IlllJ-J— W \X \J\J % 

•Phones: Phoenix 77. Bell 167. S.'E. Cor. University Ave. and Marl<et, CHAMPAIGN. 






The right kind of WRAPPERS at WlIJJQ' 

NO BETTER, NO CHEAPER. 111111111*^ 

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Rose, Mrs. J. E., wid., r. 308 >^ W. Tremont ^ 

Rose, Major, porter, r, N. Oak 
Rose, R., farmer, r. loi N. Market 
Rosenbaum, John, retired, r. 212 E. Hill 
Rosenbaum, William, engineer, r. 408 E. Park <^ 

Ross, Miss A. M., bkkpr., r, 213 E. Clark ^^ 

Ross, C. L., salesman, r. 406 W. Washington aJp 

Ross, Howard, elk. Dallenbach & Boyle, r. 604 W. Clark 
Ross, Mrs. L., wid., r. 213 E. Clark jnii 

Rouble, August, lab,, r. 813 N. Poplar ^ 

Roughton, Samuel, conductor, r. 205 E. Hill ~^ 

Round House, I. C. R.R., I. C. R.R. tracks nr. Washington /* 
ROWell, Chester Harvey, instructor German, University of ^ 

Illinois, r. ^07 S. Wright jftf^ 

Rowes, Miss Maud, seamstress, r. 402 E. Columbia ave "• 

Rowland, J. F., lab., r. 107 E. Springfield ave ,^^ 

Roy, George, car inspector, r. 605 S. Randolph ^ 

Roy, George, colored, lab., r. 311 W. William Q ^Z 

Royal Circle, The, Champaign Circle No. 33, Kariher blk |^^ 
Royer, Herman, propertyman Opera House, r. 508 W. >2 c 

Washinorton 2* ^ 

Royer, John, carp., r. 312 S. Lynn ?■ 

Royer, John B., carp., r. 312 S. Lynn '^^ 

Royer, L. C elk., r. 312 S, Lynn ^ 

Royer, William, car., r. 508 W. Washington l^p. 

Roysden, E. R., elk., r. 412 VV. Clark ^ 

Roysden, W. J., drayman, r. 412 W. Clark )^ 

Roysden, W. L, r. 412 W. Clark iT* 

Ruble, D. R., elk., r. 408 N. Elm O 

Rubow, August, stock driver, r. nr. n. end Poplar hQ| 

Rubow, William, butcher, r. nr. n. end Poplar iy| 

Rockland Shoes Qn;;i1Hiftrt'c 19 Main Street, 



Spalding's 



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il'^ro.Zl'^nlT'" " ^1'^*^"'^ ^ CHAMPAIGN. 



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MANUFACTURKRS OF 

„ FLOUR, FEED, MEftL. ETC. 

Telephone No. 158 Central. 

^ Established A. D. 1850. R. T. Robinson, Prop. \_}T=R13J\>4/K, IL_I 

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C3 .ii8 Tucker & Wakeman's Champaignl Directory. 

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^ < l\ud, A. L., contractor, r. 506 S. State 

'n^sl^ugg* Mary D., wid.. r. 508 >^ N. Neil 

^ I Riio-cr, Walter, insurance, r. 201 N. New 

^^.Rugg, W. A., trav. salesman, r. 201 N. New 
t5 gRuhl, Mrs. B., wid., r. 208 W. Vine 

to i^Ruhl, Miss Maude F., physician, 3 W. Main, r, 208 W. 
W| Vine 

^ u Ruler, Samuel, elk., r. 201 \V. Clark 
p/ ; Runke, Albert, cigarmaker, r. 2 1 2 E. Washington 

^^Rupp, Joseph, well driller, r. 10; W. Charles 

^ w Rush, Clark, retired, r. 502 E. Stoughton 

^ ^ Rush, Fred P. & Co. (Fred P. Rush & George E. Town- 

^ o ^^y)' gfain and coal, 42 First South 

^ "Rush, Miss Mary, saleslady, r. 112 E. Green 
•— • Rusghman, Louis, saloon, 79 Main, r. 205 E. University ave 
^ Russell & Co. (1). W. H. Russell, mgr.), coal dealers, N. 

Xeil bet. Hig 4 and W^abash Rys 
%#^ Russell, C. H., (C. H. Russell & Co.), r. 205 W. Church 
flg Russell C. H. 8c Co., hardware, 69 N. Neil 
^ Russell, D. W. H., coal dealer, r. 307 W. Clark 
^J Russell, Mrs. ¥.., agt., r. 209 W. TrtMiiont 
^m^ Russell. E. T., elk., r. 203 W. Washington 
^ Russell, Hugh, blacksmith, r. Clark and I. C. R. R. tracks 
^^ Russell, John, waiter The Heardsley, r. same 
^ Russell, J. H., cashier Trevett & Mattis, r. 312 W. Church 
S Russel, Mrs. M. E. wid., r. 307 W. Clark 
^^ Ryan, Conn, lab., r. 507 N. Fifth 
^^ Ryan, Dan, conductor, r. 306 E. Park ave 
^^ Ryan, Jerry, lab., r. 501 N. Fifth 
~ Ryan, Miss Mary, dressmaker, r. 507 N. Mfth 
"^ Ryan. William, engineer, r. 121 E. University ave 

VISIT T \7 IVTr t^ ^o*" P"ces lower than the lowest. 

,f>r>- L^* V ♦ iVl3.nSp€2.KCr^ Imported and Domestic Table 
Delicacies at pleasing prices at MANSPEAKER'S GROCERY. Both 'Phones 97. 



Wn. TRICE <Estate) l^2!.IS^t5l" 

John Price, Mgr. i6 N. Neil St., Champaign. j PAPER HA NGI NG «no PEC ORATI NG 

Tucker & Wakeman's Champaign Directory. 119 



i3ABIN, C. J., mgr. Champaign and Urbana Phoenix Tele- ^^ 

phone Co., r. 301 \V. Clark ^^ 

Sabin, Earl C, trav. salesman, r. 311 S. Neil ^2 

Sabin, Elmer, engineer, r. 405 W. Clark ^" 

Sabin, F. C, engineer, r. 722 N. Randolph Jjj^ 

Sabin, R. C, bkkpr., r. 301 W. Clark ^^ 

Sackett, J. H., cigars and tobacco, 116 N. First, r. 304 E."* 

White -^— 

Sager, F, A., pres. Champaign Machine and Supply Co., ^ 

cor. Walnut and Second South cS 

Sale, E. C, grain dealer, r. 720 W. Church 
Sale & Ward (E. C. Sale and A. E Ward), grain mer- £S 

chants, room 3 Post Office Bldg. s: 

Sale, W. W., student, r. 720 W. Church S^ 

SammiS, John Langley, asst. chemistry, University of Illi- ^^ 

nois, r. 307 S. Wright ^^ 

Samuelson, Sam, elk., r. 502 W. Clark 

Samuelson, Simon, elk., r. 502 W. Clark j i 

Sandberg, C. E., student, r. 605 E. White CO 

Sanders, Benj., lab., r. 27 S. Water 

Sass, John, retired, r. 401 E. Hill 

Sass, John, Jr., cigarmaker, r. 401 E. Hill 

Saunders, Joseph, retired, r. 23 E. Springfield ave 

Saunders, R. C, student, r. 23 E. Springfield ave 

Saunders, Tony, trav. salesman, r. it, E. Springfield ave 

Savag^e, Manford (Wolfe & Savage), r. 722 W. Church 

Sawyer, Edwin, retired, r. 701 W. Clark 

Sayers, J., retired, r. 511 E. John 

Scarff, F. J., floor walker, r. 203 W. University ave C T^ 

Scarff, G. F., elk., r. 203 W. University ave 

StTTTtr^hrfptf DENTIST. 

1/1 • U. Jl. i^liCilul) Teeth extracted without pain. 

J2i Main St. ..Champaign. 



j"n»S'n»R°sc0TT, 



REAL ESTATE 

LOANS AND INSURANCE. 

^^% 21 main street, bell phone 177. champaign 

2^ 120 Tucker & Wakeman's Champaign Directory. 

^S2 ^ — — 

S§ Schade, Al, cigarmaker, r. 402 E. Vine 
^P- Schade, Louis, mower, r. 510 N. Poplar 
^^ Schade, Otto, policeman, r. 201 N. Ash 
^S Schaedae, Fritz, retired, r. 203 E. Washington 

j Schafer, John H., yardmaster, r. 503 N. Hickory 
1=^ Scheade, Christ G., porter, r. 510 N. Poplar 
^ — ^ Schertiger, John, tailor, r. 501 E. Vine 
— ^Schertiger, Otto, tailor. 43 W. Main, r. 501 E. Vine 

Scheurich. J. E. (M. Scheurich ^ Son), r. cor. Market and 

Second South 
Q^ Scheurich, M. (M. Scheurich & Son), r. cor. Market and 

Second South 
p--~^ Scheurich. M. 81 Son (M. Scheurich and J. E. Scheurich). 
1^"^ dealers in heavy machinery, cor. Market and Second 
^^^ South 

f > Schill, Edward, tailor, r. 405 S. First 
O^ Schl(^nk, L. C, engineer, r. 206 E. Park 
^^^ SchlitZ Brewing Co., Miebach Bros., agts.,r.54 First South 
•"■^ Schmalhaus(Mi, Mrs. H. ¥.., cashier, r. 11 1 W. Clark 
^feSchmalhausen, H. E., elk., r. 113 W. Clark 
^ CO Schmidt, Miss Grace, saleslady, r. loi E. White 
^§ Schmidt, William, blacksmith, n. w. cor. Xeil and Wash- 
OQCTJ ington, r. loi E. White 
^r-Schoenle, J. J., retired, r. 405 E. Stoughton 
^^^ SchOWengerdt, W. E., physician, 33 W. Main, r. 314 E. 

Clark 

> i Office Hours — 9 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 5; 7 to 8 p. m.: Sundays, 8 to JO a. m. 

^ W. E. SCHOWENGERDT, M. D. 

. Residence, 314 East Clark, Office, over Maxwell & Mollet's Drug Store, 

OO Phoenix Phones: Residence 259; Office 130. 

. Night Calls attended to promptly. CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 

^ Tacketi & White REAL ESTATE 

M \A\^l\\^LL \A mm Iti t.\^y LOANS AND INSURANCE 

Phoenix" Phone 127. 49 North Market Street. CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



PQ 



SI. H. Goffman, 



REAL ESTATE 

and Insurance. Loans on City and Farm 
Property. 9 Main St., Champaign. 



Tucker & Wakeman's Champaign Directory. 121 ^^ 

Schreiber, August, butcher, r. 41 5 >^ E. University ave ^^ 
Schreiber, A. J. M., butcher Baddeley & Barton, r. 514 E. rys 

University ave 

Schrible, Frank, brakeman, r, 412 E. Hill P© 
Schrible, John, retired, r. 412 E. Hill 

Schrible, William, cigarmaker, r. 412 E. Hill "jj 

Schrogolph, Fred, lab., r. 405 N. Ash '-w 

Schultz, Carl, retired, r. 303 E. Hill ^^ 
Schumacher, Mrs. Emma, wid., r. 301 E. University ave 
Schultz, Frank, foreman Kern & Beatty, r. 6 S. Market 
Schultz, Fred, painter, r. 102 E. Church 

Schultz, Fred M., drayman, r. 108 E. Stoughton ^ 

Schultz, J. W., cigarmaker, r. 112 E. Hill ^. 

Schultz, Mrs. M., wid., r. 92 N. Market ^ 

Schultz, Miss Minnie, dressmaker, r. 108 E. Stoughton ^ Ei* 

Schultz, R., cigarmaker, r. 303 E. Hill 0) ^ 

Schultz, R. F. C, cigarmaker, r. 303 E. Hill 2 55. 

Schultz, Miss Tillie, cook Doane House, r. same ^ ^ 



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Schultz, W. F. E., cigarmaker, r. 112 E. Hill 

Schumm, Miss Ida, dressmaker, r. 308 E. Church tj Cjl 

Schwartz, Miss Elsie, dressmaker, r. 208 E. Church j o 

Schwartz, Miss Emma, dressmaker, r. 208 E. Church ^ S^ 

PI M 

Schwartz, Frank J., elk., r. 208 E. Church -\^ 

Schwartz, Mrs. Mary, wid., r. 208 E. Church f^ 

Schwehm, Philip, janitor, r. 509 E. Clark I p 

Schweinsberg, George, harness maker, r. 108 E. White ^ 5 

Scoby, John, lineman C. U. T. Co , r. 601 N. Neil ^ ^ ^ 

Scott, A. R. (J. A. & A. R. Scott), r. 507 S. State > P 

Scott, A. S., retired, r. 312 W. Hill C 

Scott, C. C, solicitor, r. 308 W. Tremont . p 

Scott, Ed, retired, r. iii W. Charles o 



TTTf^S N TRfVPTT hardware, stones, 

/sMV^'iVRU;, cH.L,r.,\LV tinware and cutlery 



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S. C. TUCKER, ; ^";^- ! DRUGGIST 

106 E. UNIVERSITY AVE., CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 

^jj 122 Tucker & W'akeman's Champaign Directorv. 

^4 Scott, Emanuel, lab., r. 312 W. William 
Scott, E. R., retired, r. i i i W. Charles 
'^ Scott, Eenton, farmer, r. 1 1 i W. Charles 
m Scott, Henry, lab., r. 312 W. William 
5^ Scott, James, lab., r. 503 S. State 

Scott, J. A. (J. A. and A. R. Scott), r. 1 1 1 E. Green 
^^ Scott, J. A. and A. R., real estate, loans and insurance, 
O 21 W. Main 

%^ Scott, James A., mayor, r. 507 S. State 
QQ Scott, Mrs. L., saleslady, r. E. White 

Scott, Mrs. Linda W., saleslady, r. 312 W. Mill 
^ Scott, S. A., retired, r. 312 W. Hill 

Scott, Mrs. .Sally, wid., r. 67 .S. Chestnut 
S2§ Scott. Stuart R.. r. 918 W. Church 
.xj Scott, Rev. T. G., r. 721 W. Church 
fd. Scott, Walter W., r. 918 W. Church 

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[J°< Scroggins, Thomas, lab., r. 507 E. Washington 



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.Scudder, Miss Dell, bkkpr., r. 212 W. Vine 



in c Scudder, E. S., engineer I C. R. R., r. 2 i 2 W. Vine 
z "^ Scudder, Miss L. A., bkkpr., r. 212 W. \'ine 
X Seamans, John, brick mason, r. X. Market and city 
limits 
^ Second Baptist Church (Colored), Rev. W. H. Brown, pas- 
tor, 508 E. Clark 
Sedgewick, J. C. contractor and builder, r. 301 S. State 
Sedgwick, Mrs. 1^. H., wid.. r. 616 W. Union 
^ -Sedgwick, Charles, deliveryman, r. W. Wheaton 
"^ Sedgwick, Charles, operator, r. 616 W. Union 
QQ Sedgwick, Miss Maude, milliner, r. 6t6 W. Union 
Sedgwick, Robert, deliveryman, r. 616 W. Union 
^ Seeley, C. F., retired, r. n. s. Church and W. city limits 

RallPllhaph Z Rnvlp DIAMOND MEAT MARKET 

UQIIUIIUQUII W UlljllJ^ TfifrHose S^cET 16 Bell AND Phoenix. 

41 NEIL STREET, CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



Of 



C. A. Besore, 



Coal, Lime, Plaster, Cement, 

AND BUILDING MATERIAL. 

211-213 N. Market. 'IlinnRS 9 an(1409. Urbana, III. ,_^ 

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v<. 

Seeley, Eugene, broom maker, r. n. s. Church and W. ^ 

city limits M_^ 

Selicovitz, Abe, rag and iron dealer, S. Market nr. Second ^„^ 

South, r. 509 W. Springfield ave (^ 

Sellards, Mrs. J. R., wid., r. 311 E. Green 1^^ 

Sempner, Charles, elk., r. 408 N- Third 
Sendenburgh, George, salesman, r. south end First 
Sevier, Charles, constable, r. 601 N. Neil 



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Sevier, Mrs. M., wid., r. 85 N. Walnut h^ 

Sevier, Miss Minnie, boarding house propr., r. 601 N. Neil ^ 
Sevier, Valentine, collector, r. 601 N. Neil ^2 

Seymour, Walter, barber, 81 E. Main, r. same >♦ 

Shafer, Dr. D. H., dentist, 12 W. Main, r. 512 W. Park 3 

Shafner, George, carp., r. 405 W. Springfield ave g* ^ 

Shaffer, Daniel, lab., r. 410 E. White 3 3- 

Shaffer, Daniel, Jr., lab., r. 410 E. White ^- ^ 

Shall, George, laundry, 3 W. Church, r. 3 W. Church ? g^ 

Shauger, C, fireman, r. 13 E. Springfield ave ^ ^ 

Shanger, John E., engineer, r. 81 N. Walnut HM 

Sharkey, Frank, lab., r. 90 N. Walnut ^ 

Sharnak, Frank, tailor Gulick Tailoring Co., r. 309 E. Hill p . 
Sharp, Catharine LuCinda, prof. Library Economy, Uni- ^ 

versity of Illinois, r. 206 E. Green ^ 

ShattUCk, Samuel Walker, prof Mathematics, University J^ 

of Illinois, r. 108 W. Hill ^ 

Shaw, Fred, carp., r. 510 S. State J3 

Shaw, J. T., painter, r. 503 E. Springfield ave Pu 

Shaw, P. E., Empire Steam Laundry, r. C04 E. Univer- Q/^ 

sity ave q 

Shaw, Samuel, carp., r. 605 S. State ^ 

Shaw, S. A., contractor and builder, r. 510 S. State ^ 

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Manhattan Dyeing and Cleaning Works^ 

'Phone Phoenix 152. 30 WALNUT STREET CHAMPAIGN ILL. 



Knooilton & Bennett, 



Druggists 

We lead in ereri/ line we carry 

'Phones: I'hoenix45i, Bell2io. 

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gou ^ Shawhan, Mrs. J. H., r. 705 S. Wright 

•5<; J Sliawhan, J. R., county supt. of schools, r. 807 S. Wright 

c^i Sheets, Mrs. L. E., wid., r. 402 P2. White 

u Sheffer, G. K., carp., r. 509 N, Neil 

^^""^ Sheffer, Miss Ina, chief ojjr. C. U. T., Co., r. 509 N. Neil 

§^ Sheffer, Miss Ruth, opr. C. U. T. Co., r. 509 N. Neil 

W Sheldon, George W., retired, r. 207 \\\ Church 

1^ Sheldon Brick Co., J. W. Stipes, prest. and gen'l mgr., e. 

^t^ s. Cunningham ave. antl n. of I^ig 4 R. R.. Urbana, 39 

11 N. Neil 

JJd Shepherd, T. H.. elk , r. 309 W. Columbia ave 

^ ^^ Sherfy, Chalmers M., real estate, loans, foreign passage, 

.SX"^ collections and insurance, 40 N. Walnut, r. 211 W. Uni- 

•iil Ncrsity ave 

•S|J Sherfy, Miss Fanny B., notary public and insurance, 40 N. 

I i^ Walnut, r, 21 I W. University ave 

^^ Sheridan, Arthur, deliveryman, r. 81 E. University ave 

M^ Sheridan, Dan, compositor, r. 80 \i. University ave 

•|^ Shimmene, George, lab., r. 606 E. Washington 

^ c Shimp, Andrew, brick mason, r. 208 E. Clark 

a^ Shirley, Edward E., electrician, r. iio>^ W. Hill 

Shirley, Stephen H., collector, r. i loj^^^ W. Hill 
^-^ Shoemaker, F. G.. mgr. W. A. Edwards, r. 49 W. Main 
^ Short, C. C, blacksmith, r. 1202 W. Hill 
^ Showers, T. J., carp., r. cor. Buckeye court and White 

Shuffelton, Thomas, machinist, r. 109 W. Hill 

Shugart, F. A., conductor, r. 309 E. Clark 

vShultz, John, retired, r. 306 E. Church 

Shurber, William N., car repairer, r. 31 E. Springfield ave 



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Sides, H. V., farmer, r. 802 N. Neil 



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Sidner, Mrs. Margaret, teacher, r. 814 W. Church ^d 

Siegel, Theodore, saloon, 59 N. Market, r. 11 1 W. Park j^H 

Siegmund, Carl, cigarmaker, r. 102 E. Springfield ave \^ 

Siegmund, Carl, cigarmaker, r. 207 N. First ^ij 

Siegmund, Henry, brickmason, r. 102 E. Springfield ave J^ 
Siems, Frank, bartender, r. 311 E. Hill 

Siems, William, bartender, r. 602 E. Church Qo 

Si§:ma Chi Fraternity, 7 w. Main ^ 

Silver, Howard, trav. salesman, r. 628- S. Randolph hnrt 

Simons, George, fireman, r. 208 W. Tremont ^— 1 

Simpson, Edward M., hostler, r. 26 Oak |^~i 

Simpson, Frank, bootblack, r. 26 Oak ' ^■^. 

Simpson, Miss M., r. 303 W. Clark ^^ 

Simpson, R. D., elk., r. 26 Oak fT^ 

Sims, James, plumber, r. 512 W. Springfield ave '^ 

Sims, J. F., steamfitter, r. 205 W. Vine §^ 

Sims, Mrs. John, wid., r. 311 E. Hill ^ 

Sims, Mrs. N. W., wid., r. 738 W. Randolph Q Z 

SingbUSCh, A. C. (Singbusch & Stoltey), r. 127 E. Uni ^^^ 



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Singbusch, Christ, retired, r. 211 E. White §^^ 
Singbusch & Stoltey (A. C. Singbusch and W. H. Stol- * » 

tey), grocers, 105-107 E. University ave S» 

Singer Sewing Machine Co., A. F. Summers agt, 47 N. 

Walnut 1-^ 

Sing Leong, laundryman, 3 W. Church *^^ 

Sims, J. F., steamfitter, r. 205 W. Vine ^.^ 

Sinz, Chris, bartender, r. 106 N. First [^ 

Sinz, Miss Mae, bkkpr., r. loS E. Park . Q 

Sitt, G. W., blacksmith, r. 305 S. First ►jTl 

Skinner, Theodore, engineer, r. 503 E. Clark C^i 



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1^ < Slade, Henry, retired, r. 606 E. Church 

vrt I Slater, P., retired, r. 508 S. Fourth 
C 5 Smith, Mrs. A. A., wid., r. 506 E. Healey 
- Smith, C. E., typewriter, r. 503 E. Healey 

^ g Smith, C. W., lab., r. 508 N. Neil 

4j »^ Smith, D. E., conductor I. C. R. R., r. 604 S. Randolph 

rj2 i Smith, D. W., retired, r. 406 \V. Springfield ave 

o Smith, Miss Emma, dressmaker, r. ^11 E. Washinirton 
g <" Smith, Mrs. Eva, wid., r. 714 X. Poplar 

p^ [;; Smith, Frank, asst. prof, zoology, University of Illinois, r. 
^c 310 W. Clark 

y w Smith, George, hostler, r. 6 S. Market 
S u Smith, Henry, lab., r. 1 12 N. Market 
^ ^ Smith, Henry J., brakeman, r. 303 S. First 
1/3 ""Smith, Herbert, salesman, r, 3 1 i K. University ave 

H-i Smith, Herman, cigarmaker, r. loi E. White 
^ Smith, John, engineer, r. 125 E. University ave 

;^ Smith, Joseph C. Jr.. elk. I. C. R. R., r. 201 W. 

Qh Church 

'^ Smith. J. M., trav. salesman, r. 301 E. Springfield ave 

^" Smiih, Miss Katherine, cashier, r. 1 1 2 W. White 

^^ Smith. Mrs. Laura, wid.. r. 307 S. Elm 

-^ Smith. Miss May, opr. C. U. T. Co., r. 117)^ E. Univer- 
sity ave 

Q Smith, M. A., agt. Wabash, r. 719 N. Randolph 

^ Smith, M. L., retired, r. 5093^ W. Church 

^^ Smith, Morris, salesman, r. 108 S. State 






Smith, P. H., lab., r. 503 E. Healey 
Smith, Robert, packer, r. i i i N. Market 
Smith, S. J., machinist, r. 112 W. White 
Smith, S. S., carp., r. 309 1*^ White 

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Smith, Stephen, student, r. 112 W. White ^SSl 

Smith, T. J., lawyer, 5. N. Main, r. 407 W. University ave ^^ 
Smith, Webb, retired, r. 406 W. Springfield ave ^£ 

Smith, W. I., teamster, r. 1 1 1 S. Tremont ^^ 

Smith, William, blacksmith, r. 10 1 E. White ^IT 

Smoot, fireman, r. 213 E. Springfield ave ^^j 

Smouther, Charles, farmer, r. 601 N. Champaign ^^ 

Smoiither, P. L., lab., r. 601 N. Champaign 
Smouther, William, lab., r. 601 N, Champaign o" 

Snyder, F. vS., compositor, r. 506 S. Neil S" 

Snyder, Mordston, painter, r. 305 W. Columbia ave — 

Snyder, Mrs. Martha x\., wid., r. 601 E. Healey »»c^ 

Snyder, Mary Jane, sec. Laboratory Natural History, Uni- ag 

versity of Illinois, r. 806 S. Sixth ^^ 

Snyder, M. G., painter, r. 305 W. Columbia ave ^^ 

Soders, Bert, lab., r. 11^ Water S 

Soffky, Fred, lab., r. 609 E. Columbia ave "^" 

Solomon, Jacob, tailor Gulick Tailoring Co., r. 109 F. J * 

Stoughton Q^ 

Somers, Gabriel, lab., r. 67 S. Chestnut ^J" 

Sommers, A. F., gen'l agt. Singer Mfg. Co., r. 204 S. Neil 
Songer, Mrs. M. S., wid., r. 603 E. Daniel 
Sons of Veterans, Langley Camp No. 150 Kariher blk 
Souder, S. H., propr. Champaign Dye House, r. 506 N. 

Neil 
Souders, L. B., signwriter, r. 506 N. Neil 
South Side Public School, n, e. cor. State and Thomas ave 
Spalding, A. W. (J. W. Spalding & Son), r. 11 1 W. 

Springfield ave 
Spalding, B. E., elk., r. 405 W. Washington CT^ 

Spalding, Harry, elk., r. 202 S. Neil 

Dr. D. H. SHAFER, \^^!'\ Dentist. 

12>^ MAIN STREET, CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



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LOANS AND INSURANCE 

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D Spalding-, Miss Jessie, teacher, r. 1 1 1 W. Springfield ave 
Q^ Spaklin.cr, f. \V.. Jr. (Campbell & Spalding), r. S. Neil 
Hg Spalding:, J, W. (J. W. Spalding & Son), r. i i 1 W. 
SS Spring-field ave 

gg Spalding, J. W. &. Son (J. W. Spalding and A. W. Spal- 
JhJ ding), boots and shoes, 19 W. Main 
\j{j Spalding, J. W. S., horseshoer, r. 202 S. Neil 
^ Spalding, W. P., asst. cashier, r. 308 W. Washington 
a, ^ ^ Spalding, Russell, bkkpr., r. 405 W. Washington « 
,J*;i^Spaulding, H. F., retired, r. Doane House 

^ Spaulding:, 0. T., propr. Doane House, r. Doane House 
^ Spellman, Miss L. B., teacher high school, r. 607 W. Hill 
Oqj Spencer, F. W., student, r. 403 E. Clark 
5l_, Spencec, N. S., architect, 9- 11 N. Neil, r. i 12 E. (ireen 
^t^H Spereng, Fritz, retired, r. 209 E. Church 
Hjc/) Sperry, Eldridge H., trav. insurance adjuster, r. 304 W. 
H Q Church 

^5 ^P^^'^Y' Frank, insurance, r. 503 W. Washington 
p^ Sperry, H. T. (H.T. Sperry & Son), r. 503 \V\ Washington 
S§ Sperry, H. T. & Son (H. T. Sperry & J. F. Sperry, in- 
M *< surance, real estate and loans, 3 W. Main 
^^ Sperry, J. ¥., (H. T. Sperry &Son), r. 503 W.Washington 
Spillman, I. H., carp., r. 63 S. Chestnut 
**" Spillman, Oscar, elk., r. 6;^ S. Chestnut 
^ Spradling, Alfred, retired, r. 839 W. Church 
xSt St. James' Hotel, J. D. Caldwell, propr.. 710 N. Neil 
kT] St. John's Catholic Church, Rev. Charles Sn-urer, pastor, 
1^^ 21 Locust 

♦ St. Mary's Catholic Church, Rev. A. J. Wagner, pastor, 

C/5 608 W. Park 



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St. Peter's Evan§:elical School, s. e. cor. E. University 

ave and Fourth ^^ 

St. Peter's United German Evangelical Church, Rev, 

Frederick Werhahn, pastor, s. e. cor. Fourth and Uni- Q© 

versity ave 
Stafford, F. W. (Abernathy & Stafford), r. 105 W. Park ^1 
Stafford, M., tel. opr., r. Commercial House L 

Staley, B. P., grain broker, room 4, Post Office bldg., r. ^^ 

109 W. Spring-field ave ^^ 

Staley, Calvin C, county judge, r. 313 S. Neil O 

Staley, George, works Farmers' Sale Stable, r. 214S. Neil !► 
Staley, George I., hostler, r. 205 S. Neil 2^ 

Staley, Mrs. Margaret, wid., r. 109 W. Springfield ave 
Staley, Peter, grain dealer, r. 109 W. Springfield ave ^ 

Stamey, Frank L., r. 103 N. Prospect ave p 

Stamey, James W., saloon, r. 202 W. University ave g) '~^ 

Stamey, M. E., retired, r. 103 N. Prospect ave ^ \^ 

Stanley, Rev. E. J., minister, r. 407 E. Daniel > p 

Stanley, O. O., student, r. 608 E. Green Z r^ 

Starbuck, William W., mason, r. 509 E. Grove (/) hjj 

Stark, Rev. E. C, pastor Christian Church, r. 501 E. jj k^ 

White n ^ 

Stark, Robert Watt, asst. Chemistry on State Water Sur- ^ ^ 

vey, University of Illinois, r. 212 W. Park ^ ^ 

Starker, William, machnst., r. 109 W. Hill !^ p 

Starks, Calvin, lab., r. 13 Water > ^ 

Starks, Joseph, lab., r. 13 Water ^ ^__^ 

Starzinger, O. J. (Brewster & Starzinger), r. 509 E. Park > ^ 

State street School, cor. State and Healey Q C 

Statton, KW, switchman, r. 106 E. Park Z p 

Stave, L. A,, retired, r. 507 E. John o 
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Tin and Sheet Iron Work 

"Wood Mantels, Grates, Etc. 
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^ Stedman, Rev. W. H., pastor First Baptist Church, r. 607 

\v. Hill 

^3 ■'Steele, George 1)., trav. salesman, r. 5 i i K. White 

53 Steele, Mrs. M. J., wid., r. 401 S. State 

5^ Stephenson, James A., teamster, r. 204 W. Maple 

Stephenson, J. W ., with Robinson & lUirr, r. 510 \\\ Hill 
^^ Steevens, Charles, brakeman, r. 501 N. Randolph 

^ Steevens, D. W., carp., r. 501 N. Randolph 

5^ Steffen, John, lab., r. 506 E. Church 
QQ Steffen, Michael, lab., r. 506 K. Church 
Steler. V., elk., r. Columbia ave 

^ Stern, Abraham (N. Stern cS: Hro.), r. 71 i W. Church 
_^ Stern, Adolph, lab., r. io8 E. Springfield ave 
2° Stern. Albert L., bkkpr., r. 7 i i W. Church 
. ><_. Stern, Nathan (N. Stem cH: Bro.), r. 71 i W. Church 

5^ Stern. Xathaniel, student, r. 7 1 1 W. Church 
^2< Stern, N. & Bro. (N. Stern and A. Stern), 23 \\\ Main 



Stern, Walter, salesman, r. 7 1 1 W. Church 



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w S Steurer, Rev. Charles, pastor St. John's Catholic Church, 

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1 Stevens, E. O., retired, r. 31 i W. Spring-fiekl ave 

vStevens, James Y., painter, r. 206 W. Thomas ave 
^ Stevens, J. Y.. carriage painter, r. 206 W. Healey 

Stevens, Mrs. S. A., proprietress Stephen's Eunch Room, 
^y 18 Oak, r. same 

^^ Stevenson, Miss Bertha, waitress Carter House, r. same 
^^ Stevenson, H. E.. photographer, r. 501 E. Healey 
"^^ .Stewart, Miss Grace, teacher North East .School, r. 602 
QQ E. University ave 

.Stewart, Harry, carp., r. 602 E. University ave 
^^ .Stewart. H. C, farmer, 16 \i. .Springfield ave 

Riillpnhiiph Z Rnvlp diamond meat market 

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41 NEIL STREET, CHAMPAIGN ILL. 



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COAL, LIME, BUILDERS' SUPPLIES, ETC. 

211-213 NORTH MARKET. 
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Stewart, J. P.. retired, r. 406 E. John ^ 

Stewart, J. R., editor Daily Gazette, r. 608 W. Park ^ 

Stewart, Samuel, tel. opr., r. 16 E. Springfield ave * 

Stewart, W. H., carp., r. 602 E. University ave PP 

Stipes, G. W., Union Tile Co., Urbana, r. 11 12 W. Uni- —^ 

versity ave ^^ 

Stipes, James, waiter, r. 18 Oak /^ 

Stipes, J. W., supt. Champaign Tile Factory; propr. Union (^ 

Tile Co., r. 412 W. Washington ^ 

Stipes, Roy A., student, r. 412 W. Washington ^ 

Stitt, George W., blacksmith, r. 203 S. First ^ 

Stitt, H. C, engineer C, C. ,C. & St. L., r. lo'S W. Green "* 
Stitt, Mrs. Mary J., wid., r. 510 S. Randolph 9o 

Stoltev, B. F., The Broadway, r. 401 John ^ > 

Stoltey, Charles A., grocer, 1 10 N. First, r. cor. Clark and 5 -^ 

Third ^ • ' 

Stoltey, H. D., The Broadway, r. 401 John I 

Stoltey, H. D. & Co. (H. D. Stoltey, A. C. Klank, T. A. ^ 

Wilson), boots and shoes, 43 W. Main ^ 

Stoltey, Milton, deliveryman, r. John ^ 

Stoltey, William (Singbusch & Stoltey), r. 211 E. White S 
Stoltey, W. v., compositor, r. 211 E. White — ^ 

Stoltey, W. H. (Singbusch & Stoltey), r. 211 E. White m 
Stoneburner, A. J., lab., r. 509 E. Springfield ave ^s 

Stoneburner, W. H., janitor, r. 508 E. University ave ]^ 

Stoolman, Charles, carp., r. 512 E. Green ^ 

Storer, D. W., v. prest. Twin City Ice and Cold Storage ^ y^ 

Co., cor. Market and Washington 1 

Storer, G. B., secy, and treas. Twin City Ice and Cold Q 

Storage Co., r. 617 W. Park <^ 

Stout, Mrs. K. S.. wid., r. 601 E. Healev m 

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c ? Strahle. C. J.,city clerk, r. ii8 E. University ave 
I* 5 Strahle. George, liveryman, r. 305 W. Columbia ave 

Strahle, John G., tailor, r. 508 S. Randolph 
g . Strahley, Charles, ¥., liveryman, r. 504 N. Neil 
^•2 Strahley, G. W., liveryman, r. 305 W. Columbia ave 
"I I -'Strahley, Jack, tailor, r. 508 S. Rand 

.M J5 Strahley's Livery Barn, G. W. Strahley, propr., 504 N. Neil 
I'cl '*^treetor, Mrs. Mary, wid., r. 207 N. Third 
2*^ J* Strode, Frank, engineer, r. 207 W. Columbia ave 
gjj^ Strode, George, lab., r. 735 N. Neil 
^ |» Strong, Alexander, retired, r. 310 W. Washington 
^o Strong, Cyrus, retired, r. 106 \V. University ave 
'^^ ^ Strong, Mrs. M. B., wid., r. 312 W. Springfield ave 
^r= I Strong, Miss Sarah B.. nurse, r. 312 W. Springfield ave 
w^^ Stubbs, Charles, lab., r. 7 N. Hickory 
^ c Stull, Douglass, gardener, r. 22 E. Springfield ave 
^ ^ Stull, John, brakeman, r. 2ioI^L Stoughton 
^ % Stump. M. F., carp., r. 47 \V. Main 
I I Styan, G. W. ( O. E. Miller & Co.), r. 305 S. Elm 
^ ^ Styan, William, elk., r. 305 S. Elm 
^ u Sullivan, Daniel, retired, r. Commercial House 
C/i Sullivan. James, switchman, r. 103 N. Market 
iJ Sullivan, Mrs. John, wid., r. 627 .S. Randolph 
^ Sullivan, John E., mail carrier, r. 512 W. Washington 
^ Sullivan, Michael, retired, r. 407 E. Hill 
^ Sullivan, M. W.. engineer, r. 308 S. State 
^^ Sullivan, O., engineer, r. 125 E. University ave 
^^ Sullivan, Patrick, emp. I. C. R. R., r. 512 W. Washington 
^ Sullivan. Thomas, emp. I. C. R. R., r. 512 W. Washington 
C Sullivan,William,cityeditorTheTimes.r. 601 S.Randolph 
l.yH Sullivan, William, deliveryman, r 512 W. Washington 

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Swannell, D. G., elk., r. 614 W. University ave 

Swanson, Ed., lab., r. Third and Healey ^^ 

Swannell, H., drugs, wall paper and paints, i W. Main, r. "J^ 

614 W. University ave ^J 

Swartz, Miss Elsie, dressmaker, r. 208 E. Church ^^ 

Swartz, Miss Emma, dressmaker, r. 208 E. Church aJ^ 
Swearingen, H. O., lab., r. 501 E Clark 

Sweet, Charles R., motorman, r. 510 W. Clark JRli 

Sweet, E. L., lawyer, 25 W. Main, r. same ^ 

Sweet, L. C, collector, r. 307 W. William Tj 

Sweet, W. P., lightning-rod mfr., r. 510 W. Clark ^ 
SwenSOn, Bernard Victor, asst. prof. Electrical Engineer- ^ 

ing. University of Illinois, r. 511 W. University ave jRl 

Swigart, E. S., banker, r. iii W. Hill "• 

Switzer, Mrs. A. J., wid., r. 608 W. Church ,^.^.^ 

Switzer, Mrs. J., wid., r. 201 W. Vine i^ 
Switzer, Mrs. Lottie, principal high school, r. 608 W. Church S ^?! 

ACKETT, Mrs. E. C, wid., r. 508 E. John ^^ | 
Tackett & White (M. F. Tackett and A. L. White), real §^^ 

estate, loans and insurance, 49 N. Walnut * r 

Tackett, F. M. (Tackett & White), r. 505 E. Green — 

Taft, F. H., teacher, r. 401 W. Clark ^ 

Taft, Mrs. M. M., wid., r. 401 W. Clark |^ 

Talbert, E., carp., r. 508 E. White [fci 

Tarflinger, J. W., moulder, r. 6 W. Springfield ave }^ 

Tarrant, W. H., student, r. 22 E. Healey |[^ 

Tate, George, lab., r. N. Prairie and I. C. R. R. Q 

Taylor, Mrs. C. F., r. 208 W. Vine hQ| 

Taylor, Jim, lab., r. 712 N. Poplar in^ 



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^ < 1 aylor. J. R., conductor, r. 103 E. Springfield ave 
*T5 S 1 aylor. Washington, lab., r. 114 N, Hickory 
^ I Teeple, W. D., draughtsman, r. 105 S. Randolph 
^_- Temple, G. W., pres. Champaign Business College, r. 805 
M o W. Church 

c/2 ^Temple, Seth Justin, asst. prof. Architecture, University of 
W z Illinois, r. 719 W.Hill 
^ u Temple, Mrs. G. W., sec. and treas. Champaicrn Business 
r/ ^ College, r. 305 W. Church 
^^Tenbrook, A. J., carp., r. 505 S. Elm 
^ w fenney, G. L., engineer, r. 1 10 E. Church 
<^ uTerre Haute Brewing Co., Thomas Hogan agt..r.St. James 
5 I Hotel 

^ "ferry. L. A., trav. salesman, r. 51 1 W. Springfield ave 
•-^ Terwilliger. A. M. (A. M. and L. A. Tervvilliger), r. 510 
% N. White 

Tervvilliger, A. M. & L. A., hardware and stoves, 20-22 
^ X. Walnut 

QJ 'I\T\villigfcr, A. P., trav. salesman, r. 5 i 1 W. Clark 
•^T Terwilliger, Clyde, elk., r. 511 W. Clark 
H^ 'Ti;r\villiger, J. C. elk., r. 500 W^ Clark 
C^ Terwilliger, L. A. (A. M. & L. A. Terwilliger). r. 510 W. 
White 
Tessler, Jacob E., ins. agt., r. 506 E. Clark 
Thomas, A. E., music teacher, 9-1 1 N. Neil 
Thomas, C. D., lawyer, 12 N. Main. r. 408 N. Clark 
Thomas, George J., fireman I. C. R. R.. r. 508 S. Neil 
Thompson, Christ, tailor, r. E. Church 
Thompson. Miss Clara, saleslady, r. 403 \\\ Clark 
Thompson, Clarence, student, r. 605 E. Springfield ave 
'Thompson. C. C. barber, r. 17 Water 

'^^'^ T V M^nQr»<>::^trf>r ^°' ^'^^ ^°^" *^" *^' ^°'^"'- 

jifjs'jr i^» V ♦ iVld.nbpCaKCr^ imported and Domestic Table 
DcUcacies at pleasing prices at MANSPEAKER'S GROCERY. Both 'Phones 97. 



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wn. TRICE ^E^tate) i^^'"'n„rei'"'"- 

John Price, Mgr. i6 N. Neil St., Champaign, j The House and Villa Mixed Paints. 



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Thompson, E. G., retired, r. 403 W. Clark 
Thompson, Miss E. J., elk., r. 403 W, Clark 
Thompson, Frank, student, r. 605 E. Springfield ave 
Thompson, George H., student, r. 605 E. Springfield ave 
Thompson, Mrs. Mary G., wid., r. 605 E. Springfield ave 
Thornton, G. W., brickmason, r. 410 E. Park 
Thornton, William, lab., r. 19 Water ^^ 

Thorpe, Henry F., engineer, r. 112 E. Park 
Thorpe, Miss Lizzie, seamstress Gulick Tailoring Co., r. o 
II 2 E. Park «" 

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Thorpe, George M., boilermaker, r. 112 E. Park — 

Thorpe, Miss Nellie, opr. C. U. T. Co., r. 112 E. Park 3>.cd 

Thrasher, W. C, solicitor, r. 412 E. University ave c=3^ 

Throckmorton, Miss L. J., bkkpr., r. Urbana =-ci 

Tierney, Mrs. J., wid., r. 207 E. Hill ^53 

Tierney, John, carp., r. 511 E. White a* 

Tierney, J. H., cigarmaker, r. E. White 

Tierney, J. J., barkeeper, r. 501 E. Columbia ave J ■ 

Tierney, Miss Kate, seamstress, r. 502 N. Fifth ^3 

Tierney, Mrs. M., wid., r. 501 E. Columbia ave 

Tierney, Miss Teresa, laundress, r. 207 E. Hill 

Tiller, George, concrete worker, r. 22 E. Springfield ave 

Tinsley, Miss Minnie A,, teacher, r. 208 S. State 

Tipps, George A., lab., r. s. s. Springfield ave and city limits 

Tobias, L. B., salesman, r. Urbana 

Todd, Thomas, engineer, r. 410 E. Hill 

Tompkins, Arnold, prof Pedagogy, University of Illinois, 

r. 410 E. John 
Toohey, F. E., lab., r. 605 N. Hickory 

Toohey, Gregory, retired, r. 722 N. Neil >5 

Toohey, James, lab., r. 722 N. Neil 

Dr. D. H. SHAFER, ]^-lf;:r! Dentist. 

12>^ MAIN STREET, CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



J.fl.&A.R.Seott, 



REAL ESTATE 

LOANS AND INSURANCE 

21 MAIN STREET. 
BELL PHONE 177. CHAMPAIGN 
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§ Toolc^ Miss Maggie, seamstress Giilick Tailoring Co., Ur- 

W,^ bana, r. 210 E. Main 

.p Towner, Clinton, a^t., r. i 1 i \V. William 
^S 'i\)wn(T, C. S., salesman, r. cor. Randolph and William 
Sp '1 owner. Miss Nora H., dressmaker, r. i 12 W. Green 
^td lownley, H. J., collector, r. 311 S. Prairie 
UU Townsend, Charles O., carp., r. 403 N. Walnut 
Townsend, 1*^. I)., elk., r. 307 W. Columbia ave 
|»g^ Townsend, E(i§:ar J., associate prof. Mathematics. Uni- 
,J1Z. versity of Illinois, r. 402 W. Clark 

hJ Townsend, W. K. I)., retired, r. 307 W. Columbia ave 
,Q Fracey, kVank, hostler, r. 141 N. Walnut 
^U Trappe, Rev C. W. pastor German Luthern Church, r. 312 
•^{-1 E. University ave 

5fe Trestrail, F. G., barber, 415 N. Neil, r. same 
Woo Trevett, Henry (Hardware and Stoves), 29 W. Main. r. 618 
^Q W.Park 

dp Trevett, J. 11.. student, r. loi N. ¥Am 
Di; Trevett, J. R. (Trevett cS: Mattis), r. 10 1 N. VAm 
^0^ Trevett, Mrs. Mary P., wid., r. 301 W. Columbia ave 
W< Trevett, R. L., bkkpr., r. 112 W. Park 
v_,^- Trevett, Thomas H., stoves, hardware, tinware, wood 
mantels, grates, tile and furnaces, 28 W. Main, r. 407 N. 
;_, Prairie 

^ Trevett & Mattis (J. R. 'Trevett & R. R. Mattis), invest- 
V— H ment bankers, 1 6 W. Main 
^^ 'Trott(;r, Miss Sophia, seamstress, r. 709 W. Mill 
1^" Trotter, Mrs. K. C, wid., r. 207 S. Elm 

Tuck, Mrs. Sadie, saleslady, r. 205 W. Park 

'Tucker, A. J., brakeman, r. 15 Eureka 

'Tucker, Dr. A. P.. dendst. si N- N^'il i"- 902 W. ChurchN 



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Taekett & White, 



REAL ESTATE 

LOANS AND INSURANCE. 
44 N. Walnut Street. CHAMPAIGN. 

PHOENIX 'PHONE 127. 



01. H. Goffman, 



REAL ESTATE 

and Insurance. Loans on City and Farm 
Property. 9 Main St., Champaign. 



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Tucker, Charles J., student, r. 15 Eureka 

Tucker, G. G., fruit agt., r. i20}4 E. University ave ^^ 

Tucker, L. E., drug elk., r. 15 E. Eureka 

Tucker, Mrs. Nancy, wid., r. 728 N. Neil Qq 

Tucker, N. B., farmer, r. 919 W. Church 

Tucker, S. C, druggist, 106 E. University ave, r. 209 E. ^H 

White r" 

Tucker, Sylvester J., carp., r. 15 Eureka J^ 

Tucker, W. G., enoineer, r. i s E. Eureka > ^^ 
Tufts, C. A., King's Restaurant and Bakery, r. 32 N. Neil ^^ 

Tufts, Mrs. Roxa B., elk., r. 32 N. Neil ^ 

Turnell, Frank J., compositor, r. 209 W. Vine , .^^ 

Turnell, Harry (Baker & Turnell), r. 209 W. Pine -^i 'V^ 

Turner, Miss Anna, saleslady, r. 2 1 1 W. Vine '"^ h[J 

Turner, J. O., engineer, r. 210 E. White <? I S 

Turner, M. F., elk., J. 629 S. Randolph ' §j ^ 

Turner, Roy, engineer, r. 301 E. Clark ^ 
Turrell, G. A., asst. cashier First Nat'l Bank, r. 410 W.Hill > p 
Twin City Bill Posting Co., C. F. Hamilton, propr., office z rf 

Walker Opera House (D h^ 

Twin City Ice and Cold Stora§:e Co., The (J. W. Wet-H>^ 

more, prest.; D. W. Storer, v. pres., G. B. Storer, sec. \t\ tJ* 

and treas.), N. Market and Washington [J p 

Twin City Electric Co. (S. D. Gresham & C. A. Lloyde),^ ^ 

26 N. Neil ^^ 

Twin City Meat Market, Brewster & Starzinger proprs.,> t3 

415 E. University ave Z 

Twin Cities National Savings & Loan Association, 14 Main J tJ 
Twin City Saving: and Loan Association (H. H. Weber, q c 

mgr.,), 14 W. Main Z p 

Tyrell, Miss M., saleslady, Urbana, r. 210 E. Green ^ 



Thos. H. Trevett, 



Large Stock of Guns, Revol- 
vers, Ammunition, Etc 

28 MAIN ST., CHAMPAIGN. 



S. C. TUCREK, '"Sr- DKUGGIST. 

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1)V, \V. C, paperhanprer, r. 832 VV. Church 
p^ l^nitsch, August, retired, r. 734 N. Randolph 
r; Ulitsch, E. G., butcher, r. 606 N. Neil 
ff^ Ulitsch, Ida, dressmaker, r. 734 N. Randolph 

Unger, Christina, wid., r. 2 i 2 W. Maple 
^V Unger, Henry, wks. round house I. C. R. R., r. 211 \V. 
CJ Maple 

•7^ Union Tile Co. (J. W. and G. W. Stipes, proprs.). 39 Neil. 
A/s factors' \\\ University ane Goodwin ave 

^ Union Mfg. Co. Water Works, M. A. Gaff, prest ; John N. 

^ Beers, secy, and mgr.. 37 N. Walnut 

Urbana and Champaign Railway, Gas and Electric Co., 

So B. F. Harris, Jr., prest. and treasr.; H. H. Harris, vice 

X prest.; N. M. Harris, secy.. First Nat'l Bank bldg 
'id Utterback, Walter M., switchman, r. 206^ N. Second 



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Siz V AL BLATZ BREWING CO., F. A. Krabbe, agt., cor. 

'^ "° University a\e. and Oak 

z ^ \an Brunt, Chesler S., student, r. [08 W. Green 

5 Van Brunt, Karl I., r. 108 W. Green 

?• Van Brunt, Samuel, farmer, r. 108 W. Green 

\'an Buskirk. Miss Ada, teacher State Street .School, r. 
50S .S. Fourth 

\'an P)uskirk, Mrs. E., wid., r. 508 .S. Fourth 

X'ance. A. W., press feed(T, r. 62 N. Walnut 

Vance, P., machnst., r. 92 N. Walnut 
-^ Vandeveer, S. T., barber, r. 109 E. Main 
rn Vandeveer. S. T., barber, 105 N. First, r. same 

Van Duyn, U. C, commission merchant, room i Post 
Office bldg.. r. 302 W. Clark 






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DIAMOND MEAT MARKET 

TtifPHiisf SwtBT 16 Bill and Phoenix. 
41 NEIL STREET, CHAMPAIGN ILL. 



Dallenbach & Boyle, 



CA Racai-a ^^^^' ^^^^^ Plaster, Cement, 
« /%a UC^III Cm '^^° BUILDING MATERIAL. 

^^wwvrj-w^ 211-213 N. Market. 'PHonfiS 9 ana 409. -Urbana, III. MQ 

Tucker & Wakeman's Champaign Directory. 139^ 

Van Fleet, A. B., retired, r. 202 W. Healey ^ 

Van Fleet; Mrs. Charlotte, wid., r. 202 W. Healey r^- 

Vanmeter, George C, machnst, r. 307 W. Eureka ^„^ 

Van Treese, Geor§:e W., ticket agt. i. c. R. R., r. n i w. pP 

Washington j^_j 

Van We^en, L. N., superintendent of streets, r. 107 \\\ ^^ 

Springfield ave CL 

Van Wegen, Mrs. M. E., wid.. r. 107 W. Springfield ave ^^ 

Varney, Charles P., engineer, r. 412 W. Church ^ 

Vaughan, W. T., brakeman, r. 625 S. Neil J3 ' 
Vaughn, Alex, lab., r. 20 Locust ^^ 

Vaughn, Charles L., barber, r. 725 N. Randolph >♦ 
Vaughn, Frank, delivery boy, r. 108 Thomas ave 3 

Vaughn, George, engineer, r. 402 N. Columbia ave t^ ^ 

Vaughn, Edward, engineer, r. 402 W. Columbia ave 3 ^' 

Veachj.B., brickmason, r. 508 E. Springfield ave ^- ^ 

Veeder, Fred, conductor, r. 210 E. Clark ? 2_ 

Verhaar, J., tinsmith, r. 79 N. Walnut . ^ 

Vest, E. L., coal dealer, 64 E. University ave., r. 106 S. First fJLi 

Vest, S. L., coal dealer, r. 106 S. First ^ 

Vogel, Miss E. A (Vogel Sisters), r. 107 N. First ^ . 

Vogel, Miss M. M. (Vogel Sisters), r. 107 N. First ^ 
Vogel Sisters (Misses M. M. and E. A. Vogel), 107 N. First p 

Voight, Harry, butcher, r. 41 N. Neil *!^ 

Voight, Mrs. Mary, wid., r. N. Market and city limits j^ 
Vollert, Mrs. A. M., cashier Daily Gazette, r. 2 i i \\\ Park ^ 

Von Holten, Chris, drayman, r. 3 i i E. Church Q^ 

Von Holten, William, drayman, r. 311 E. Church ^/) 

Voss, John, retired, r. 505 S. State q" 

WABASH RAILROAD CO., M. A. Smith agt., n. s. Maple, <J 

bet. Neil and Randolph J^ 

♦ 

Manhattan Dyeing and Cleaning Works^ 

'Phone Phoenix 152. 30 WALNUT STREET CHAMPAIGN ILL. 



Knooilton & Bennett, 

3 ^ — " 

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Oruggists 

We lead in every line we carry 

Pliones: Phoenix 451, Bell 210. 

URBANA, ILL. 



^^ ^ Wade, I. N., salesman, r. 403 W. University ave 

■i<i Wai^i^ne. Ward, driver, r. 405 \V. Springfield ave 

^5-^ Wa§:ner, Rev. Anthony J„ pastor St. Mary's Catholic 

u Church, n. w. cor. Park and WVight 

"^'^ Wagner, Joseph, cook, r. 5035^ N. Neil 

li Wa§:ner, Robert C, collector Daily News, r. 309 E. Park 

^^-^ \^\ 'igT' ^^ • ^ ^•' 'garble cutter, r. 407 W. Springfield ave 

%^ Wagy. Ward, elk., r. 407 W. Springfield ave 

^<^ Waldo, Mrs. A. E.. wid., r. 603 E. Springfield ave 

^ S Waldo, Miss M. L., teacher Meriott School, r. 603 Spring- 



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Jsd field ave 
vg -^ Waldon, Axell, lab., r. Third and hiealey 
ex's Waidon, L. H., retired, r. 608 V.. Springfield ave 
ll^ Walker, F. T. (Walker cS: Mulliken), r.' 206 W. Church 
III Walker, Ira, lab., r. 509 N. Neil 
I ii Walb^r, |. S., lab., r. 205 N. Third 

1^ Walker & Mulliken (E. T. Walker and J. W. Mulliken), 
M^ turniture dealers and manufacturers. 43-45 N. Neil 

5 CO 

^ j;: Walker, Miss M. E., r. 401 W. University ave 






Walker Opera House, C. F. Hamilton mgr., 29-31-33 Neil 

Walker. Robert, lalj., r. 609 N. Poplar 
W^alkineton, William, fireman, r. ^12 S. Lynn 
-♦-» Walkington, W. R.. carp., r. 102 X. Walnut 
^ Walkington, W. R., Jr., engineer, r. 102 N. Walnut 
^ Walkup, S., fireman, r. 13 E. Springfield ave 

H Wall, Dr. A. S., physician, ^^ Neil, r. loi W. Univer- 
sity ave 
j^ Wallace, I., fireman, r. 305 W. Tremont 
^Wallace, J. D., consulting engineer, :^7 N. Walnut, r. 708 
C W. Park 

Waller, William, blacksmith, r. 601 PL Columbia ave 






arshi^^^^^^^ W. WALLS & CO. 

Phones: Phoenix^frBeli i6;. ' S.-E. Cor. University Ave. and Market, CHAMPAIGN. 



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The right kind of WHAPPERS at WTLT JQ' 

NO BETTER, NO CHEAPER. Ill ill Hi ij 

Tucker & Wakeman's Champaign Directory. 141 

Walls, Arthur T., with W. W. Walls & Co., r. 618 W. 

Church 
Walls, W. W., lumber dealer, r. 619 W. Church 
Walls, W. W. & Co., lumber and building material, cor. L-^J 

University ave and Market ^Q 

Walnitzki, Christ, tailor, r. E. Springfield ave 
Walsh, Edward, cigarmaker, r. Commercial House Op 

Walsh & HeUCk (W. J. Walsh and H. Heuck), plumbers, 

75 E. Main MM 

WALSH & HEUCK, g 

_^. 4 Plumbers, Gas Fitters, Steam ^^ ,^ t^ 

'^.* and Hot Water Heaters.^ ^ ?' " [IJ 

SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO SEWER WORK OF ALL KINDS. >♦ 

Jobbing Work promptly attended to. S» 

Estimates cheerfully given- -^ -^ •>* •>* •'^ 

■^ ,^ ^ ^ ^ All Work Guaranteed. 

75 East Main St., CHAMPAIGN, ILL. g 2 

BeU Telephone 153 j > ^ ^ 



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Walsh, J. S., brakeman, r. 33 N. Hickory >^| 

Walsh, W. J. (Walsh & Heuck), r. 75 E. Main §-^£ 

Walter, C. L., engineer, r. 306 E. Park * t 
Walter, Carl, elk., r. 209 E. Park ^ 

Walter, Miss Flora, compositor, r. 106 E. Church . 

Walters, Keller, lab., r. 404 N. Walnut H^ 

Walters, Michael, deliveryman, r. 209 E. Park ^^ 

W^alton, J. B., retired, r. 618 W. Green j-^ 

Wampler, L. A., conductor, r. 47 W. Main ^ 

Wampler, W. H., compositor, r. 313 S. Elm ^^ 
Ward, Miss Mamie, elk., r. L C. R. R. and Harris ave i-rH 
Ward, Miss Marguerite, r. Harris ave and city limits 



Spalding 



Gives you full value for your money, wlietlier you buy a 

$1.00 or $5.00 Pair of Shoes. 
19 Main Street, CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



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IHE URBANA MILL UNO [LEfftlOR, FLOurTEEDriRl etc. 

Telnphone No. 158 Central. 
Established A. [). 1S50. R. T. Robinson, Pn.prietdr. l_J r=?I3A.r^ A , II I 

♦ 

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C 142 TUCKKR & WaKEMAN S ClJAMPAIGX DiRECTORV. 

^ ^ Ward, John, lab., r. 701 N. Neil 

5 Ward, Louis, lab., r. 107 W. Charles 
C ^Ward, P. J., lab., r. 726 N. Neil 
^ „Ware, J.»C., retired, r. 915 \\\ Church 
^> o Ware, W. S., student, r. 91 s \\'. Church 
^ [l! Warmbier, Albert, lal).. r. 604 E. Columbia ave 
r^ ° Warner, Daniel, saloon, 118 N. First, r. 508 N. Poplar 

o Warner, Miss P^mma, seamstress, r. 204 W. Washington 
^ w Warner, Noah, real estate, r. 2 i 2 vS. Neil 
Q/ h Warren, Mrs. W. A., wid., r. 206 W. White 
w Warsow, August, fireman, r. 307 E. Church 
^w Warwick, Daniel, elk., r. 202 E. Springfield ave 
C -Wascher, Albert, lab., r. 605 E. Columbia ave 
Vh z Wascher, A. C, conductor, r. t,^ N. Hickory 
S •" W' ascher, C. P., harness maker, r. 41 r E. Church 
(^ Wascher, Fred, lab., r. 605 P2. Columbia ave 

Wascher, P^red, lab., r. 510 E. Vine 
^ Wascher, F. M., agt. Pacific PIxpress Co., r. 601 S. State 
Q^ Wascher, Mrs. J., wid., r. 601 S. State 
•^T Wascher, Lewis, switchman, r. 405 E. Hill 
■^ W^ascher, Rudolph, lab., r. 608 E. Columbia ave 
^^ Wascher, R. L., car repairer, r. 408 E. Hill 

Wascher, William, cigarmaker, r. 301 E. White 

Wascher, William C. machinist, r. 510 E. Washington 

Waters, Charles, machinist, r. 607 E. Washington 

Waters, Mrs. J , wid., r. 402 W. Church 

Waters, J. W., agt. American P^xj)ress Co., r. 509 S. P^lm 

Watson, Clark, switchman, r. 104 W. Green 

Watson, George, carp., r. 203 W. Charles 

Watson, J. C, painter, r. 633 S. Randolph 

Watson, Mrs. L., wid., r. 610 S. Randolph 

JiH^t\rt\r\^\>f\^ Challenges the world tor Equal Quality 

jViaDSpeciKer coffee and tea. 



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W/N PffTTF .c^+ofo\ ] Artists' Material, Stationery 

"^ PA. ■>.■-.-. .V.AH ^ 

John Price, Mgr. i6 N. Neil St.. Champaign. J PAPER HANGI NG «no PE CORATI NG i 

Tucker &. Wakeman's Champaign Directory. 143 

Watson, Mrs. S. E., wid., r. 610 S. Randolph ^1 ^^ 

Watts. Sinclair, r. 510 E. University ave ^^ 

Waugh, Mrs. E. L., cook The Carter House, r. same ^^ 

Way, George, lab., r. 508 W. White IIS 

Way, George A., agt., 26 N. Neil, r. 508 W. White ■ 

Way, W. M., retired, r. 307 E. University ave ^^^ 
Weaver & Carnahan (L. A. Weaver and E. G. Carnahan), X 
lawyers, 18 W. Main 

: CD 

L. A. WEAVER. 'Phone, Bell i99 -n 

r. G. CARNAHAN. Phocni.x 9l CO 

WEAVER & CARNAHAN, ?? 

,.♦♦ LAWYERS «... ^„ 

Bumham Block, CHAMPAIGN, ILL O^ 

Weaver, L. A. (Weaver & Carnahan), Urbana, r. 1006 W. aog 

Green g^ 

Webb, Lynn S., compositor, r. 210 W. University ave — .— 
Webber, Hubert Anthony, asst. General Engineering Draw- ^^ 

ing. University of Illinois, r. 211 E. White CST 

Webber, H. H., mgr. Twin City Building and Loan Assn.,SS- 

r. 207 W. Hill 
Weber, M. A., switchman, r. 88 N. Walnut 
Weber, W. G. L., machinist, r. 81 N. Walnut 
Webster, J. B., retired, 34-36 N. Walnut 
Weeks, A., law student, r. 303 E. University ave 
Weeks, Mrs. Charles, wid., r. 503 W. Springfield ave 
Weeks, Charles M. (George D^ W^eeks & Co.), 416 N.Neil 
Weeks, David, retired, r. 201 E. University ave 
Weeks, Miss Daisy, waitress, r. 201 E. University ave 
Weeks George D. (George D. Weeks & Co.), also agt.CTg 

Consolidated Oil Co.. r. 410 W. Washington 



Dr. D. H. Shaf er, 



DENTIST. 

Teeth extracted without pain, 

J2^ Main S.,Champaign, 



]»n»i^»n-KArRTT real estate 

J 1 1 V^ 1 i iV «JV>W 1 1 f LOANS AND INSURANCE. 
^o 21 MAIN STREET, BELL PHONE 177. CHAMPAIGN 

S^ 144 Tucker & Wakeman's Champaign Dikectukv. 
&5c^ JIZ 

^§ Weeks, Georg^e D. & Co., wholesale and retail coal and oil, 

^^ 416 N. Xeil 

^^ Weeks, J. B., nv^^. Alexander Lumber Co., r. 701 N. 

«:cQ Randolph 

, I Weeks. J. H.,clk..r. 'joi N. Randolph 

fe=l^ Weeks, Miss Rebecca, i)kkpr. Weeks c^ Co., r. 410 w. 

^-^ Washington 

Weeks, S. E., justice of the peace, 32 N. Walnut, r. 305 
K. University ave 



^ S. E. WEEKS, 

^ — N Justice of the Peace and Collecting Agency. 

P^ 32 North Walnut Street. CHAMPAIGN. 

^^ Weeks, Wilson R., coal dealer, r. 505 N. Neil 
r ^ W'eikel, I'Vank, lab., r. 207 S. Lynn 
O^ Weikel, W. E., lab., r. 303 S. New 
^Z_2 Weingarten, F., furnishing- goods, 15 N. Neil 
Weingarten, vSamuel, elk., r. 615 W. Church 
^oWeir, Charles, butcher, r. N. Park 
^^ Weir, S. E., insurance, r. 304 W. Hill 
ooS Wells, Jerry, carp., r. 608 N. Poplar 

DQCT) Welshley, V.. R., planing mill. cor. Neil and W. Clark, r. 
^^^ 5 1 2 W. White 
^^^ Werhalin, Rev. F., pastor St. Peter's Evangelical Church, 



pQ r. 407 1{. University ave 

I I West, J. ¥., agt., r. Urbana 

"^K^; West, Mrs. Lou, wid., r. 205 N. Third 

^ West, Thomas, driver, r. 401 S. State 
C/DWestall, H. E., drayman, r. 312 W. Tremont 

. Westall, W. G., drayman, r. 408 W. Clark 



Tackett & White, REAL estate 

# Mwr#i^cc %« mmtii^\^f LOANS AND INSURANCE 

Phoenix 'Phone 127. 49 North Market Street. CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



«l. t Goffman, 



REAL ESTATE 

and Insurance. Loans on City and Farm 
Property. 9 Main St., Champaign. 



Tucker & Wakeman's Champaign Directory. 145 ^^ 

Western Union Telegraph Co., A. R. Marshall, mgr., ~ 

room 6, Post Office bldo- ry^ 
Westenfelt, Herman J., upholsterer, r. 310 W. Vine 

West Side Park, State to Elm, Church to University ave P© 
Wetmore, J. W., prest. Twin City Ice and Cold Storage ^^ 

Co., r. 212 W, Hill 33 

Whalen, John, machinist, r. 106 W. Spring-fieled ave •••fa- 

Whalen, John, Jr., elk., 106 W. Springfield ave ^^ 

Whalen, John P., deliveryman, r. 106 W. Springfield ave T^ 

Whalen, Miss Julia, saleslady, r. 1 1 1 E. Church ^L 

Whelan, Miss Julia, saleslady, r. 205 N. First ^^ 

Whelan, Miss Maggie, dressmaker, r. 205 N. First "* 
Whelan, Michael H.. carp., r. 205 N. First 

Whelan, William H., machine apprentice, r. 205 N. First f^ 

Wheatan, Miss J., saleslady, r. 106 E. Church Oj ^ 

Wheaton, A. O., elk., r. 712 W. Springfield ave 0) ^ 

Wheaton, C. O., mail carrier, r. 303 Wheaton ave 2 5+ 

Wheaton, D. E., elk., r. 802 W. Springfield ave 5 ?i 

Wheaton, Morris, retired, r. 718 W. Springfield ave ^ 

Wheaton, O. G., locksmith, r. 301 Wheaton ave 52 fj« 

Whelan, Miss Anna, saleslady, r. 205 N. First j o 
Whelan, Miss x^nna, saleslady, r. 106 E. Church 



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Whipple, E. E., bkkpr., r. 210 W. Park H^ 

Whisman, Miss Kate A., seamstress, r. 31 1 S. Elm ^ ^ 

White, Augustus, fireman, r. 208 W. Columbia ave i p 
White, A. L. (Tackett & White), r. 506 W. Springfield ave> §|^ 

White, Mrs. Belle F., wid., r. ioj W. Park ^ ^ 

White Charles, stripper, r. Fourth nr. Poplar ^ ^ 

White, Frank F., plumber, r. 404 E. Stoughton ^ C. 

White, Harry H.,r. 404 E. Stoughton • P 

White, Miss H. L., r. 607 E. University ave o 



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106 E. UNIVERSITY AVE., CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 

^j 146 Tucker c^ Wakeman's CiiAMrAiGN Dikectorv. 

^ White, James McLaren, associate prof. Architecture, Uni- 
versity of Illinois, r. 307 W. Hill 

'Q White, John, lab., r. 814 N. Poplar 

5J White. J. v., Lorain broker, room 7, Post Office bldg., r. 

Cj 303 K. Clark 

White, J. II., retired, r 506 .S. Third 

^iC White, Mrs. Mary A., wid., r. 404 E. Stoughton 

O^ White Swan Saloon (Henry A.Ahrens, propr.), 49 W.Main 

%^ Whitney, J. H., master mechanic, r. 507 E. University ave 

QQ Whitney, Mrs. J. J., wid., r. 507 E. University ave 

Whittmore, Miss Minnie, dressmaker, r. 502 E. Univers- 

^ ity ave 

^^ Whittimore, Miss Susan, dressmaker, r. 502 E. University ave 

S°5 Whittinorton, W. F., lab, r. 305 W. luireka 

,><j Wilber, F. D.,mgr. Wilber's Coal and Transfer Line, r. 202 

gd W. Church 

|J°< Wilber, H. R., coal dealer, r. 202 W. Church 

°^^% Wilber, R. S., coal and transfer line, 58 N. Market, r. 202 

<p, a: W. Church 

I Wilcox, Frank, abstractor and loan agt., 32 N. Walnut, r. 

I 211 W. Hill 

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Wilde, Charles, car inspector, r. 604 E. Washington 
^ Wilde, William, cigarmaker, r. 604 E. Washington 
^ Wilder. Charles, student, r. 305 W. Hill 
Q^ Wilder, Rev. C. N., pastor First Presbyterian Church, r. 
Q/ 305 W. Hill 

^ Wilder, Charles T., emp. blue print and photographic de- 
"^ partment, I'niversity of Illinois, r. 305 W. Hill 
QU \\ ilkins, A. J., insurance agt., r. 503 E. Daniel 

Wilkins, H. O., insurance agt., r. 308 E. White 
^^ Wilkins, Miss L. E.. dressmaker, r. 308 E. White 



Dallenbach & Boyle, 



DIAMOND MEAT MARKET 

Telephone: Sweet 16 Bell /^ito Phoenix 

41 NEIL STREET, CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



C. A. Besore, 



LUMBER, SASH, DOORS, AND BLINDS. 
COAL, LIME, BUILDERS' SUPPLIES, ETC. 

211-213 NORTH MARKET. 
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Tucker & Wakeman's Champaign Directory. 147 "^ 

Wilkins, Oscar, driver, r. 308 E. White >^ 

Williams, Ed., lab., r. 606 E. Stoughton ^ 
Williams, Mrs. H. A., wid., r. 205 W. Vine ' 

Williams, Dr. M. L., dentist, 106 E. University ave r. same ^ 

Williams, Mrs. Sylvia, wid., r. 606 E. Stoughton ^:^ 

Williamson, Edward, janitor, r. 303 W. University ave ^ 

Williamson, Frederick, brakeman, r. 303 W. University ave ^"^ 

Williamson, Mat, elk., r. 701 W. Park (3 

Williamson, M. B., salesman, r. 701 W. Park 2! 

Williamson, William, real estate, r. 709 S. Wright ^ 

Willis, G. C, propr. Willis' Philadelphia Store, r. n. e. cor. _^ 

Prospect ave. and University ave ^ 

Willis, Harry, student, r. 724 W. University ave ^^ 

Wells, David M., engrineer, r. ^20 S. Neil ^^ 

Wills, Samuel, retired, r. 720 W. Hill 5 :q 



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Wills, Sherman, student, r. 720 W. Hill 
Willsky, F. W., bartender, j. 3 E. Clark 

Willskey, John H., tinner, r. 106 E. Healey *W 
Willskey, Julius H., bartender, r. 166 E. Healey 
Willskey, Louis C, nurseryman, r. 106 E. Healey 

Willskey, Mrs. Mary, r. 106 E. Healey -^ 

Wilmeth, P. H., insurance agt., r. 310 Eureka -^ 

Wilmuth, P. solicitor, r. 302 W. Eureka n 

Wilsey, William, plasterer, r. 703 N. State "^ 
WilSke, F. A., bicycles and repairing, 34 N. Neil, r. N. ^ 

Walnut O 

Wilske, Julius, brick mason, r. 406 E. Springfield ave [T) 

Wilske, R. E., elk., r. 406 E. Springfield ave — j 

Wilsky, Charles, lab., r. 307 E. Stoughton Q 

Wilson Automatic Gate Co., 706 N. Neil <^ 

Wilson, D. R., farmer, r. 112 W\ Green FTl 



Manhattan Dyeing and Cleaning Works^ 

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< Wilson, Mrs. E. A., wid, r. 203 W. William 
u Wilson, Frank, band sawer, r. 102 Park 



Wilson, Frank, mail carrier, r. 505 W. Clark 
1 . Wilson, Gcor<re F., student, r. 606 W. Union 

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t^:5 Wilson, John, lab., r. N. Market and city limits 
S*! .Wilson, J. A., brakeman, r. 510 N. Neil 
lit Wilson. John C, blacksmith, r. 510 W. Hill ' 
^% Wilson, J. V ., mail carrier, r. 505 W. Clark 
§-|-3 ^Vilson, Joseph Henderson, foreman foundry, University of 
So Illinois, r. 602 Stoui^hton 
!^.^ Wilson. J. S., butcher^, r. 70; N. Neil 
^a Wilson, J. F.. blacksmith, r. sio W. llill-^ 
ca >: . Wilson, 1. \\\. lab., r. 604 E. Wnv, 
■2.%\ Wilson, M., foreman, r. 617 W. University ave 
g^^ Wilson, Mrs. M. A., wid., r. 107 N. Sixth 
P ^ Wilson, M. S. ennrineer, r. 107 N. Sixth 
12 ^ Wilson, Ora, lab., r. 627 S. Neil 
< S Wilson, Perry, elk., r. 606 W. Union 
§ g Wilson, T. C, student, r. 112 W. Green 
^ c Wilson, Thomas, horse dealer, r. 107 N. Sixth 
^ ^ Wilson. T. A. (H. D. Stoltey & Co.), r. 501 S. Randolph 
^ Wilson, Will D., (Wilson Automatic Gate Co.), r. 617 W. 
^ University ave 

^ Wilson. Willard, mailing clerk, r. 606 W. Union 

^ Wilson, W^illiam M., retired, r. 719 N. Neil 
^^ Wingard. Miss Anna, sec. Telephone Co., r. 405 N. State 
r^ Wingard, Mrs. B. F., wid., r. 407 N. State 

K^ Wingard, D. R., student, r. 407 N. State 

^ Wingard, L. F., student, r. 407 N. State 

G Wingard. Miss Margaret, r. 405 N. .State 

Winkey, John, mechanic, r. 602 E. Washington 

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Delivered to all parts of the City. " • '» • W i.\.\-\—\J \X \J\J % 

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_ . 49 j^ 

Winslow, E. M., conductor, r. 210 E. Springfield ave ^ 

Wirt, Miss Maude, compositor, r. y;^ N. Neil ^ 

Wirt, Mrs. M. J., wid., r. 73 N. Neil ^ 

Wisehart, David, carp., r. 312 W. White -^^ 

Witt, Mrs. Annie, wid., r. 403 N. Wright ^J 

Witt, Charles F., harness dealer, 42 N. Walnut, r. 605 E. 

Washington Xa^ 
Wohlfarth, H. R , motorman, r. 505 N. Hickory 

Woidtt, Miss Ida, works Doane House, r. same |mi 

Wolf, David, retired, r. 613 W. Church JIbI 

Wolfi'am, Ed., bartender, r. 606 E. Vine ^ 

Wolfe, Col. J. S., lawyer, r. 509 W. Church ^ 
Wolfe 8l Savage (J. S.Wolfe & Manford Savage), lawyers, ^ 

18 W. Main jpf^ 

Wood, Fred., elk., r. 109 W. Hill '^ 

Wood, John, brickmason, r. 114 E. Church „_,^_ 

Wood, Dr. J. H., physician, room 5, Post Office bldg., r. w 

cor. New and Springfield ave ^ Z 

W^ood, Miss Ida, dressmaker, r. Urbana S^^ 

Woods, Thomas, brakeman, r. 103 N. Market >S^| 

Woodcock, J. B., conductor, r. 107 W. Hill §^^ 

Woodroofe, John F., retired, r. 512 W. Hill * ^ 

Woodroofe, Miss Mattie, bkkpr., r. 512 W. Hill — '^ 

Woodroofe, W., engineer, r. 512 W. Hill ^ 

Woodruff, B. J., lab., 609 E. University ave l^p. 

Woodruff, C, farmer, r. 105 S. Randolph [^ 

Woodward, Mrs. E. M., wid., 502 E. Springfield ave )^ 

Woodworth, Mrs. M. C, wid., r. 610 E. Clark JT* 

Woody, Frederick W., asst. postmaster, r. Ill W. Uni- O 

versity ave hQ| 

Woody, P. W., 7 W. Main, r. 1 1 1 W. University ave Vi^ 

Rockland Shoes CnnlHlftrt'c 1 9 Main street, * 



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IH[ URBAift HILL UNO ElEVftlOR jlouFfeeTIal etc. 

Telephone No. 15H Central. 

^ Established A. D. 1850. R. T. Robinson, Prop. l_jr^I3/\r^ A. II I 

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, ] < Woody, Paul W., Jr., student, r. iii W. University ave 
^T5 S Wooters, Robert, elk., r. 104 W. Clark 

H I Worley, Grant, elk., r. 406 E. Vine 

<u_-Wray, John W., eoaehman, r. 224 W. Maple 

rj g WriiJ^ht, A. J., plumber and steamfitter, 34 N. Neil, r. 829 

c/5 i^ W. Chureh 
S § ^Vricrht, Miss P)., stenoc^rapher Trcvett & Mattis, r. 107 

^, ^ W. White 
^K Wright. Mrs. Helen, wid., r. 507 W. White 

^a Wright, Miss Mary C, musie teaeher, r. 507 W. White 

y w Wright, Mrs. Metta, dressmaker, r. 108 W. University ave 

rj u Wroten, C. W., earp., r. 403 E. Daniel 

;3 oWroten. Joseph, lab., r. 105 N. Oak 

§ "" Wuesteman, Albert E., jeweler and optieian, 14 W. Main. 
•— • r. 2 I! W. Clark 

^ y\.ZILEC(^\'I I Z, Abraham, rag dealer, r. 509 W. Spring- 
^^ held ave 

OS V .- 

-^ I F^ACjtER, John, painter, r. 404 E. University ave 

^^ Vearndt, L., mgr. Central Union Telephone Co., r. W. 

C^ Chureli 

^^ Yeates, G. B., mail earrier, r. 208 S. Randolph 

^^ Yeats, A. J., groeery, 404 E. White, r. 502 E. Chureh 

^^ Yeats, George, mail carrier, r. 201 S. Randolph 

^m^ Yeats, J. E., propr. East Side Floral Co.. r. 30'S E. Spring- 

^^ field ave 

^^ Yeats, Miss Maude, opr. C. U. T. Co., r. 502 E. Chureh 

^^ Yeoman, Mrs. Lida, waitress, r. 18 Oak 

^^ Yoss. John, port(?r, r. 105 K. Chureh 

^j Young, A. P)., fir(!man, r. 203 W. Sj^ringfield ave 

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DIRECTORY 

IS A FAIR SAMPLE OF 
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BOOK WORK. IF YOU 
WANT HIGH GRADE.-. 
WORK WE CAN DO IT 
FOR YOU AT MODER- 
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WE DO ALL GRADES 
OF PRINTING, FROM 
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A FINE ILLUSTRATED 
CATALOGUE. ARTIS- 
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DEPENDS UPON THE 
ARTIST-WE EMPLOY 
NONE BUT THE BEST. 



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AND EMBOSSING IS A 
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AMONG OUR MANY.-. 
BRANCHES OF THE.-. •. 
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\ Paintcts^ Painters* Supplies. 

V Sole Agents for 

John Price, Mg:r. i6 N. Neil 5t., Champaign. j The House and Villa Mixed Paints. 

Tucker & Wakeman's Champaign Directory. 151 

Young, J. C, carp., r. 816 W. Church 
Young, Mrs. J. C, dressmaker, r. 816 W. Church 
Young, Miss Olive, hatmaker, r. W. Church 
Yumsden, John, retired, r. 820 W. Church 
Yunker, Henry, yardman, r. 502 S. Neil 



^ECH, Charles, lab., r. 906 E. Washington 

Zech, Miss Emma, laundress, r. 609 E. Washington 

Zech,, William, lab., r. 609 E. Washington 

Zilly, Charles, with J. R. & W. B. McKinley, r. 203 Pros- ft 

pect ave ^ca 

Zilly, Fred, elk., r. 203 N. Prospect ave ^S 

Zilly, F. M., elk., r. 203 N. Prospect ave ^ni 

Zilly, Miss Mabel, teacher, r. 210 N. Prospect ave "53 

Zimmerman, E. J., salesman, r. 207 W. Hill »» 

Zimmerman, W. H., 301 S. Wright '^^ 

Zink, Miss Berth, bkkpr., r. 101 W. University ave 3 * 

Zipf, F., studet, r. 407 E. White ^^ 

Zor§:er, Dr., Annie L., physician, 1 17^ E. University ave., S^ 

r. 1304 W. Clark, Urbana 
Zorger, W. H., physician, 1173^ E. University ave., r. 

1304 W. Clark, Urbana 

Dt. W. H. ZORGER Dr. ANNIE L. ZORGER 

Proprietors 

TWIN CITY SANITARIUM. 

1304 W. Clark Street, Urbana. Office and Laboratory, 1174 E. University Ave* 

Phoenix 'Phone 426. Phoenix 'Phone 164, Champaign 

Office Hours : 9 to 12 a. m., i to 4 p. m., 7:30 to 9 p. m. ^^^B 

0C^ 

Zuelenski, Adolph, lab., r. 403 N. Oak 

Dr. D. H. SHAFER, {^1^^'\ Dentist. 

12>^ MAIN STREET, CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



J. A. & A. R. Scott, ^°^^,^„^^°'lt^„".«.r'^^ 

. ^ BELL PHONE 1 77. CHAMPAIGN 
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S| APPENDIX. 

WO 

^"^ 1898. 



United States Government. 

Presideiii— William McKinley 
Vice President - Garrett A. Hobart 
Secretary of Stale— John Sherman 
Secretary of Treasury— Lyman J Gage 
Secretary of War— Russell A. Alger 
Secretary of Navy— John D. Long 
Postmaster General— James A. Gary 
Secretary of Interior— Cornelius N. 

Bliss 
Attorney General— Joseph McKenna 
Secretary of Agriculture— James Wil- 
son 

Illinois State Officials. 

Governor— John K. Tanner 
Lieutenant Governor— William A. 

Norlhcott 
Secretary of State- James A. Rose 
Auditor -James S. McCuUough 
Treasurer— Henry L. Hertz 
Attorney (General — Kdward C Akin 

United States Senators of Illinois. 

Shelby M. Culloin 
William E. Mason 

City Officers. 

Mayor— James R. Scott 
City Clerk-C. J. Strahle 
City Attorney- K. L. Sweet 



City Treasurer — H. T. Sperry 
Superintendent Streets— L. M. Van 

Wegen 
Engineer — R. P. lirower 
Health Officer— Dr. W. L. Gray 
Police Magistrate — Jacob Much 
Chief P^ire Department^ — 
Assistant Chief Fire Department — 

William Keusink 
Chief of Police — William F. Oster 
Captain of Police— B. McKeon 

Aldermen. 

P'irst Ward — Robert C. Wagner, Wil- 
liam Miebach 

Second Ward— George Ely, Jr., 
George H. Lulz 

Third Ward— T. M. Bacon, G. G. 
Baumgardner 



Fourth Ward — E. 

Howard 
Fifth Ward— R. R. 

nell 



M. Burr, H. D. 
Mattis, H. Swan- 



Board of Health. 

cOfticeCity Hall.) 
Health Officer— Dr. W. L. Gray 
Clerk of Board— C. J. Strahle 
Committee— T. M. Bacon, (ieorge 

Ely, Jr., E. M. Burr. James R. 

Scott. Dr. W^ L. Gray 



Taekett & White, 



REAL ESTATE 

LOANS ANU INSURANCE. 
4Q N. Walnut Street. CHAMPAIGN. 

PHOENIX 'PHONE 127. 



m. H. Goffman, 



REAL ESTATE 

and Insurance. Loans on City and Farm 
Property, 9 Main St., Champaign. 



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Commissioners of Highways. 

President— H. Weston 
Treasurer — H. G. Fry 
Commissioners — John Maxwell, N. 
Weston, H. G. Fry 

Police Department. 

(Headquarters City Hall Bldg.) 
Chief of Police — William F. Oster 
Captain of Police — 13. McKeon 
Patrolmen — Jacob Beam, R. Johnson, 

Otto Schaede, James A. Kline 
Driver Patrol Wagon — John Garrett 

Police Station. 

(City Hall Bldg) 

Fire Department. 

lOffice, City Hall Bldg.) 
Chief — John Boyle 
Assistant Chief— William Keusink 
Secretary — John Ely 
Treasurer — A. L. Percival 
Captain Hose Co. No. i — John Boyle 
Driver — Frank H. Boyle 
Captain Hook and Ladder Co. No. i — 

Louis Ely 
Driver — John Garrett 

Township Officers. 

Supervisor — E. E. Chester 

Assistants — E. M. Burr, O H. Swi- 

gart 
Town Clerk — G. K. Sheflfer 
Assessor — H. J. Townley 
Collector — A. C. Singbusch 



Post Office. 



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cor. Walnut and Taylor, Imperial 
Bldg.) 
Postmaster— Ozias Riley 
Assistant Postmaster — F. W. Woody 
Mailing Clerk — Willard Wilson 
Registry Clerk — Miss Irene Hoxie 
Stamping Clerk— Miss liertha Mc- 
Fadden 



Carriers— No. I, C. O. Wheaton; No. 
2, George Yeats: No. 3, James F. 
Wilson; No. 4, John E. Sullivan; 
No. 5, Andrew Hampton: No. 6, 
Charles A. Darmer 

CEMETERIES. 

Catholic Cemetery. 

'I mile south of city ) 

Mount Hope Cemetery. 

vjj mile south-east of city.) 

CHURCHES. 

BAPTIST. 
First Baptist Church. 

(N. e cor. University ave. and Randolph) 
Rev. W. H. Stedman, pastor 

Second Baptist Church. 

(Colored) 
(508 E. Clarki 
Rev. W. B. Brown, pastor 

CATHOLIC. 
St. John's Catholic Church. 

(German) 
(21 Locust) 
Rev. Charles Steurer, pastor 

St. Mary's Catholic Church. 

(608 W. Park) 
Rev. A. J. Wagner, pastor 

CHRISTIAN. 
Christian Church. 

(606 E. White I 
Rev. E. C. Stark, pastor 

CONGREGATIONAL. 
First Congfregational Church. 

(S. e. cor. Church and State) 
Rev. Franklin L. Graff, pastor 






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EPISCOPAL. 

Emanuel Episcopal Church. 

N. e. cor. L'niversity av(\ and State) 
Rev. David W. Dresser, rector 



EVANGELICAL. 

St. Peter's United German Evan- 
§:elical Church. 

(S. e. <"or. Fourth and Liiiversiiy avc 
Rev. Frederick Werhahn, pastor 

LUTHERAN. 

German Evangelical Lutheran 
Church. 

(N. w. cor. University ave. and Fourtli) 
Rev. C. W. Trappe, pastor 

METHODIST. 

First Methodist Episcopal Church. 

(X. e. cor. (,'liurcli and State) 
Rev. Henry M. Oneal, pastor 

German Methodist Episcopal 
Church. 

(N. e. cor. Third and Wliite) 
Rev. Hernhard Becker, pastor 

Bethel A. M. E. Church. 

(Colored) 
(S. e. cor. Park and Fourth) 
Rev. P. C. Cooper, pastor 

PRESBYTERIAN. 
First Presbyterian Church. 

(S. e.cor. Hill and State) 
Rev. Charles N. Wilder, pastor 

EDUCATIONAL. 

Board of Education. 

(Office High School nidK) 
President — C. 15. Johnson 



Secretary — G. C. Willis 
Treasurer — William A. Heath 
Members— G. C. Willis, R. R. Mat- 

tis, F. H. Helblmg, Dr. W. L. 

Gray, Mrs. Henry (}. Swannell, 

Mrs. S. A. Carnahan 

SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES. 
High School. 

(S. w. cor. Randolph and Hill) 
Superintendent — Joseph Carter 
Principal — Miss Lottie Switzer 
Teacher of Music — G. B. Crawford 
Teacher of Drawing- Florence Hen- 

dren 
Teacher of Science — P. M. Hucke 
Teacher of Latin — \'. L. Huey 
Teacher of Mathematics — K. L. Milne 
Teacher of Literature — Miss Minnie 

Morris 
Teachers — Lorinda B. .Spellman, 
Eighth (irade; Alice Crissey, First 
Grade 

Avenue School. 

(N, w. cor. University ave. and Lynn) 

Principal, May Collier 

Teachers — Nellie Jayne, Sixth Grade; 
Nina Lankin, Fifth Grade; Sadie 
Frampton, Fourth Grade; .Maggie 
McWilliams, Third and Fourth 
Grades: Margaret Mathews, Third 
(irade; Carrie Bodine, Second 
Grade; Pauline Nelson, First Grade 

East Side School. 

(S. \v. cor, I'ltfh and Clark) 
Principal — Mrs. Maude Treakle 
Teachers — Grace Rhinesmith, Sixth 
(irade; Maude Jutton, Sixth and 
Fifth Grades; Kate Booker, Fifth 
Grade; Minnie Tinsley, Fourth and 
Third Grades; Sophia Peterson, 



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Third Grade; Bertha Haven, Second 
Grade; Mabel Zilly, First Grade 

North East School. 

(Cor. Park and Fifth) 
Teachers — Anna E. Albright, Fourth 
and Third Grades; Grace Stewart, 
Third and Second Grades; Vina 
Cummings, First (irade 

State Street School. ^ 

(N. e. cor. State and Healey) 
Teachers — Ada Van Buskirk, Sixth 
and Fifth Grades; Mary E. Flani- 
gan, Fourth and Third Grades; Fan- 
nie Lilly, Third and Second Grades; 
Lillian Hammers, P~irst Grade 

St. John's Lutheran School. 

(iio3 N. Fourth) 
Principal — Rev. C. W. Trappe 

St. Mary's Convent. 

(Park bet. Sixth and Wright) 

St. Mary's Parochial School. 

(606 E. Pa;k) 
Superioress — Sister N. Paschalie 

St. Peter's United Evangelical 
School. 

(Located in Church) 
(S. e. cor. Fourth and University ave.) 
Principal — William Rathmann 

BUSINESS COLLEGE. 
Champaign Business College. 

President — G. W. Temple 
LIBRARIES 
Champaign Public Library. 

Located in Bumham Athenaeum. I 

(3o5-3o8 W. Church.) ,/\/ 

President — Manford Savage 
Treasurer — F. H. Lloyde 
Secretary — Edwin A. Kratz 



Coal, Lime, Plaster, Cement, 

AND BUILDING MATERIAL. 

211-213 N. Market. 'Phones 9 an d 409. Urbana, III. fTj 

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Librarian — Anna L, LeCrone 
Assistants — Jeanette Roberts, Mrs. M. 
M. Frampton 

MILITARY. 

Company M., Fourth Regiment, 
I. N. G. 

Captain— William H. Courtney 
First Lieutenant — Jasper Prater 
Second Lieutenant — Charles Ellis 

SECRET AND BENEVO- 
LENT SOCIETIES. 

MASONIC. 

Western Star Lodge No. 240, A. 
F. and A. M. 

Meets the second and fourth Monday 
of each month In Masonic Hall 

Champaign Chapter No. 50, R.A.M. 

Meets the third Monday of each month 
in Masonic Hall 

Saxa Rubra Conclave No. 2, 
Knights of the Red Cross of 
Constantine and Appendant 
Orders. 

Meets the first Monday of each month 
in Masonic Hall 

Vesper Chapter No. 128, O. E. S. 

Meets the first and third Fridays of 
each n.onlh 111 Masonic Hall 

Lone Star Lodge No. 18, A. F. and 
A. M. 

(Colored) 
Meets the first Monday of each month 
over Champaign National Hank 



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I. O. 0. F. 
Champai§:n Lodge No. 333. 

Meets every Thursday in I. O. O. V. 
Temple, 7 and 9 N. Neil 

Champaign Encampment No. 68. 

Meets the tirst and third Mondays of 
each month in I. (). O. F. Temple, 
7 and 9 N. Neil 

Canton Zonar No. 1 7. 

Meets the fourth Wednesday of each 
month in I. O. O. K. Temple. 7 and 
9 N. Neil 



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173, Daughters 



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Kaulbach Lodge No. 509. 

'(jt'rmani 
Meets every Wednesday in ti. A. R. 
Hall, Karihcr lUock 

G. U. 0. OF O. F. 

(Colored) . 

Champaign Lodge No. 2757. 

Meets the first and third Mondays of 
each month at 68 Main 

HOME FORUM. 

Meets the tirst and third Fridays of 
each month in G. A. R. Hall, Kari- 
her blk. 

B. P. O. E. 

Champaign Lodge No. 398. 

Meets the first Wednesday of each 
month in Woodman's Hall, Club 
Rooms in Beardsiev Kid;:?. 



KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. 
Valliant Lodge No. 130. 



Meets every Tuesday in Castle Hall, 
Rug4 Bldg , cor. Neil and Church 

U. R. K. OF P. 

Unity Division No. 33. 

Meets the tirst Monday of each month 
in Castle Hall, Rugg Bldg., cor. 
Neil and Church 

AMERICAN HOME CIRCLE. 
Champaign Lodge No. 1. 

Meets the second and fourth Thurs- 
days of each month in Woodman's 
Hall 

G. A. R. 

Col. Nodine Post No. 140. 

Meets the second and fuurih Fridays 
of each month in G. A. R. Hall 
Kariher blk. 

Women's Relief Corps No. 233. 

Meets the second and foui ih Thursdays 
of each month in G. A. R. Hall, 
Kariher blk 

SONS OF VETERANS. 
Langley Camp No. 150. 

Meets the lirst and third Mondays of 
each monthjin G. A. R. Hall, Kariher 
blk 

A. 0. U. W. 

Twin City Lodge No. 397. 

Meets the tirst and third Thursdays of 
each month in G. A. R. Hall, Kari- 
her Mk. 



Coal Lumber, Lath 
and 



^;:f^ W. W. WALLS & CO. 



wHo_LESALc ..^ RETAIL. ^ _^ ^^^_ University Ave. and Market, CHAMPAIGN. 



Phones; Phoenix 77, Bell 16;. 



The right kind of WRAPPERS at WTT J JQ' 

NO BETTER, NO CHEAPER. Il ililiiiJ 

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A. 0. H. 
Division No. 1. 

Meets the first and third Sundays of 
each month in Imperial Hall 

Ladies* Auxiliary, A. O. H, 

Meets the second Sunday and fourth 
Tuesdays of each month in Imperial 
Hall 

K. O. T. M. 
Twin City Tent No. 168, 

Meets the second and fourth Tuesdays 
of each month in G. A. R. Hall 

L 0. T. M, 
Champaign Lodge No. 112. 

Meets the first and third Thursdays 
of each month in Woodman's Hall 

IMPROVED ORDER OF RED MEN. 
Tuscarora Tribe No. 107. 

Meets the second and fourth Fridays 
of each month in I. O. O. F. Tem- 
ple, 7 and 9 N. Neil 



M. W. OF A. 

Champaign Camp No. 266. 

Meets the second and fourth Mondays 
of each month in Woodman's Hall 

nationaT union. 

Champaign Council No. 531. 

Meets the last Friday of each month 
in G. A. R. Hall, Kariher blk. 

ROYAL NeTgHBORS. 

Birch Camp No. 144, Royal Neigh- 
bors of America. 

Meets the first and third Tuesdays of 
each month in Woodman Hall 

B'NAfB^RITH. 

Meets the first Sunday of each month 
at 45 W. Main 

u. aTo. d. 

Champaign Grove No. 45. 

Meets the second and fourth Thursdays 
of each month in Uruids Hall, Kari- 
her blk. 

I. oTm. a. 

Meets the first Tuesday of each month 
at 45 W. Main 



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Gives you full value for your money, whether you buy a 

$1.00 or $5.00 Pair of Shoes 
19 Main Street, CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



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Telephone No. 158 Central. 
Established A. D. 1S50. R. T. Robinson, Proprietor. l_JF=?I3 A.!^ A, U I 

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2 z Wilcox, Frank, 32 \. \\ alimt 

^ S A§:ricultural Implements. 

^ George, D. B., 17-19 N. Walnut 

Hardy, \\\ l\, 36 W. University ave 
^ Miller, W. H., 27.29 N. Walnut 
^ Orr. J. W.. 58 N. Market 
^ Parrett, R. A., 4 S. Market 
^J Pennington, PL. Walnut, opp. I. C. R. R. 
^^ Scheurich, M. ik Son, Market and Second South 

Wilber, R. S., 56-58 N. Market 

^ Architects. 

^ Bainum, C. S., 34 N. Neil 

^^ Spencer, N. S., 9-1 1 N. Neil 

^ Artists' Materials. 

Lloyde, D. H. & Son, 9 Main 

Price, William (i^:state), 16 N. Neil 
^ Auctioneers. 

^ Madden, J. D.. 76 N. Neil 

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lUf ^i\nr\/\^i>/\'^ Challenges the world ior Equal Quality 

lYianspeaKer coffee and tea. 



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John Price, Mgr. i6 N. Neil St., Champaign. j PAPER HANGI NG »no PECORATI NG mhh 

Tucker & Wakeman's Champaign Directory. 159^5 

Bakers and Confectioners. ^^ 

Bon Ton Bakery, 6;^ N. Neil ^^ 

Champaign Bakery, 38 Main ^^ 

Gehrke, C. H., 207 E. Clark ^m^ 

Harris, D. E. & Co., 61 N. Neil ^Z 

Banks and Bankers. ^3 

Champai§:n Nat'l Bank, 5 Main X 

Citizen's Bank, 21 Main 

First Nat'l Bank, cor. Walnut and Main ^ 

Trevett & Mattis, i6 w. Main S 

Barber Shops. Y? 

Baldwin, A. B., syy^ Main 

Brady, W. M., 16 First South g| 

Cappes, H. M., 116 N. First c=^ 

Ewing, W. M., 38 Walnut gg 

Griffin, James, Oak ^ 

Laundry Barber Shop, 28 Neil — -^ 

Melahn, J. F., 41 Main ^^ 

Moss, John, 204 Church ^3" 

Palace Barber Shop, 9 Main ^^ 



Seymour, W., 81 E. Main 
Trestrail, F. G., 415 N. Neil 
Vandeveer, S. T., 105 N. First 

Bicycle Dealers. 
Champaign Cycle Co., 3 Neil 

Miebach, William & Co., 67-71 E. University ave 

Nicolet & Co., 26 s. Neil 
Wilske, F. A., 34 N. Neil ^ 

Bill Posters. ^ 

Nye, S. L., 201 W. Park ^^^ 

Twin City Bill Postino- Co., Walker Opera House 

DENTIST. 

Teeth extracted without pain. 
i2i Main S..Champaign, 



Dr. D. |1. Shafer, 



j-n-s-n-i-ran, ^Bh 



ESTATE 

AND INSURANCE. 
^^ 21 MAIN STREET, BELL PHONE 177. CHAMPAIGN " 

2^ i6o Tucker & W'ake.man's CiiAMrAiux Directory. 

sg Blacksmiths and Horseshoers. 

^^ Hialeschki. A. 1-.. l-'irst South 

g^ Campbell & Spaldinir. 13 N. Neil 

«=c§ Ely Bros.. Walnut and Taylor 

, \ Frison Hros., 10 University ave 

fe ^ Schmidt, William, cor. Xcil and W'ashington 

^^ Blank Book Dealers. 

Lloyde, D. H. & Son, 9 Main 

Books and Stationery. 
Cunnin§:ham Bros., 25 Main 

00 Faulkner, Watson, 53 Neil 

f — ^ Lloyde, D. H. &, Son, 9 Main 

p?^ Swannel, H., i Main 

t==C ^oots and Shoes. 

l)roadway, The, 109 E. University ave 
Q^(iayman. George, 108 N. First 
e f ^ Green, Edward, 28 N. Walnut 

1 I ; Leasure, L. D., 38 N. Xeil 

^ u- Ottenheimer & Co., 1 8 Main 

^'^Ohlman. W. H.. 3 \. Xeil 

^§ Robeson, F. K. & Bro., 47-49 Neil 
£3S Spalding, J. W. & Son, 19 W. Main 

^Stoltey, H. D. & Co.. 43 Main 

OcrT Bottling Works. 

^-^ Champaign Bottling Works, 54 First South 

I Breeding Stables. 

^^^ Braithwaite & Cleaveland, cor. Hickory and W'ashin^rton 

Brewers Agencies. 
00 Anheuser-Busch Brewing Association, Frank E. Matheny, 

mofr., 16 Oak 

°^ Tackett & White REAL ESTATE 

lUUKClL W mil Its, LOANS AND INSURANCE 

Phoenix 'Phone 127. 49 North Market Street. CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



81. t Goffman, 



REAL ESTATE 

and Insurance. Loans on City and Farm 
Property. 9 Main St., Champaign. 



Tucker & Wake.man's Chamtaign Directory. i6i ^^ 

Radeke Brewing: Co., Martin Clausen, agt., opp. I. C. R. R. ^ 

depot ^ 

SchlitZ Brewing: Co., Miebach Bros., agt., 54 First South 

Terre Haute Brewing Co., Thomas Hagan, agt., St. James P© 
Hotel 

Val BlatZ Brewing Co., F. A. Krabbe, agt., cor. Oak and 3! 

University ave ^^ 

Brick Manufacturers. ^ 

Sheldon Brick Co., J. W. Stipes, pres. and general mgr. ^ 

plant, Urbana, office, 39 N. Neil, Champaign ^^ 

Union Tile Co., J. W. & G. W. Stipes, proprs., 39 Neil, ^ 
factory, W. University and Goodwin ave 

Business Colleges. ^ 

Champaign Business College, G. W. Temple, pres., i Main p 

Candy Manufacturers. oj l^ 

Harris, D. E. & Co., 6i N. Neil ^ ^ 

Carpets. > J}. 

Ackers & Wilson, S. T. Curtis, mgr., 18 N. Walnut z ^ 

Eichberg & Baer, 20-22 Main o) W 

Carriages and Wagons. n o 

Ayres, E. R., 408 N. Neil n ^ 

Craig, T. F., Water H^ 

George, D. B., 17-19 N. Walnut ' o 

Miller, W. H., 27-29 N. Walnut I p 

Trevett, Henry, 29 Main > g^ 

Wilber, R. S., 56-58 N. Market ^ ^ 

Cigar Manufacturers. t ^ 

Centner, R. A., i lo E. University ave ^ C 

Collan, J. B. A., 41 ^lain ■ g 

Ely, Georcre, W^alnut o 

ItlQS n TKEVETT hai^dwapc, ston'k, * 

'a maVn STR..;, Jhamp:,g« ,ll' tinware and cutlery 



S. C. TUCKER, ; ^\l':- : DRUGGIST 

106 E. UNIVERSITY AVE., CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 

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^^ Lutz, George H., yy E. Main 

McDonnell, John, 43 w. Main 



c JOHN McDonnell, 

Manufacturer of 

tj The *• Headless Havana" and "Liberty" 

^ ^jtjt 5c CIGARS. J^JtJ' 

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Made from the highest grades of imported and domestic tobaccos. 



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— For Sale by Dealers Generally. — 



2§ Peterson, Charles J., 59 X. Market 

.xj Cigars and Tobaccos. 

5- Glover, C. H., 41 Main 

^2<£ Heffernan Bros., 47 Main 
"°-? Morrisey, John, 46-48 Main 

13 DC Sackett. J. II.. i i6 N. Mrst 

I ^ Cloaks and Wraps. 

J Eichberg: & Baer, 20-22 Main 

Willis G. C, 15-17 Main 

^ Clothing. 

^ Gulick Tailoring Co., 55-57 Main 
Q^ Hub, The, 4 ^V. Main 

^^ Kuhn, Joseph & Son, 45 Main 

^ Ottenheimer & Co., tS w. Main 
^ Robeson, F. K. & Bro., 47-49 >^^il 
QQ Stern, N. & Bro., 23 W. Main 

Coal Dealers. 

Jl Beach, B. C. & Co., 50 X. Hickory 



nallpnhi)ph Xi Rnulp DIAMOND MEAT MARKET 

UailullUaUll UU U\) JlV^ nLe»HO^E S^EET 16 Bbll A^D Phoes>x 
41 NEIL STREET, CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



C. A. Besore, 



LUMBER, SASH, DOORS, AND BLINDS. 
COAL, LIME, BUILDERS' SUPPLIES, ETC. 

211-213 NORTH MARKET. 
'Phones 9 and 409 URBANA, ILL. 



Tucker & Wakeman's Champaign Directory. 163 ^ 



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Lake Creek Coal Co., 30 W. Main >^ 

Littler, James, 411 N. Neil 

McDowell, H. J., 36 N. Neil 

Reeves, J. A., 710 N. Neil R? 

Rush, Fred. P., & Co., 42 First South "^ 

Russell &C0., N. Neil, bet. Big 4 and Wabash Rys ^ 

Trevett, Henry, 29 Main (^ 

Vest, E. S., 64 E. University ave O 

Weeks, George D. & Co., 4^6 N. Neil ' Z 

Wilber, R. S., 58 N. Market ^ 

Cold Storage. [^ 
Twin City Ice and Cold Storage Co., cor. Market and ^ 

Washington g ^ 

Commission Merchants. M | 

Howse, L. K. & Co., 71 N. Neil |:q 

Jordan Company.. Arthur, io8 S. Neil _^ 

Maddan, J. D., 76 Neil HI 

Phillips & Hensley, 104 S. Neil J^ 

Twin City Ice and Cold Storage Co., cor. Market and g 

Washington ^ 

Van Duyn, D. C, i Post Office blk S 

Contractors. ^53 

Sheldon Brick Co., 39 N. Neil m 

Union Tile Co., 39 N. Neil "X^ 

Pollord, Goff & Co., 37 N. Walnut ^ 

Cornice Work and Metal Roofing. C? 

Keller, John W., 57 First South (y^ 

Dentists. — ] 

Howard & Gushing, Drs., i Main Q 

Page. Dr. V. N., 15 W. Main < 

Shafer, Dr. D. H., 12 Main rn 

C/) 

Manhattan Dyeing and Cleaning Works^ 

'Phone Phoenix 152. 30 WALNUT STREET CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



KNOWLTON & BENNETT, 



DRUGGISTS 

I We Lead in Every Line 
^ 5; 'Phones: Phoenix 451, Bell 210. URBANA, ILL we carry. 

H < 164 Tucker & Wakemax's Champaicn Directory. 

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I < Tucker, Dr. A. P., 51 N. Neil 

S <-> Williams, Dr. M. L., 106 E. University ave 

^ Dru§:§:ists. 

J g Cunnin§:liam Bros., 25 w. Main 
w| Faulkner, Watson, S3 Neil 

§*£ .Henry, E., 101-103 E. University ave 
lit Maxwell & Mollett, 33 W. Main 
llll^rice, E. T., 34-36 N. Walnut 

||^ Swannell, H., i W. Main 

1^ Tucker, S. C, 106 E. University ave 

•^er Dry Goods. 

3w Economy, The, 5 Neil 

I ^i Eichberg: &. Baer, 20-22 W. Main 

;^.^| MillcT vK: Son, 1 1 E. Main 

g I Philadelphia Store, G. C. Willis, propr.. 15-17 W. Main 

fe I Robeson, F. K. & Bro., 47-49 Neil 
S "S Dye Works. 

^ .S Champaign Steam Dye House, 413 N. Neil 

g s Manhattan Dyein§: and Cleaning: Works, P.. J. Brandt. 

^ ^3 propr.. 30 X. Walnut 

00 Electric Li§:ht and Gas Co. 

%j Urbana and Champaign Railway, Gas and Electric Co., 

^ Eirst Nat'l Hank bldg. 

^ Elevators. 

5-1 Beach, B. C. & Co., 5^> ^• 1 lickory 
{— • Champaign Transfer Elevator Co., office 37 N. Walnut 
K^ Express Companies. 

5-1 American Express Co., |. W. Waters agt., Main and I. c. 
C? R. R. 

Pacific Express Co., l". M. Wascher agt.. 49 N. Walnut 



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hard'a^'-soft-coal W W WDI I ^ I nn 

Uelivered to all parts of the City. '■ • '» • lllii—i—\J \X \J\J t 

■Phones: Phoenix 77, Bell 167. S.-E. Cor. University Ave. and Market, CHAMPAIGN, 



BUY LADIES AND CHILDRENS' WIT T |Q' 

— Jr< 

Tucker & Wakeman s Champaign Directory. 165*7* 

Iw 

Florists. j^ 

Franks, Thomas, 204 E. University ave and' 704 N. Ran- ^ 

dolph u-^ 

Yeats, J. E., 306 E. Sprinq-field ave 7^ 

Flour and Feed. 7^ 

Fulton, R., io6 S. Neil ^^ 

Lan§:e, E. H., 112-114 N. First f^ 
McDowell, H. J., 36 N. Neil 

Pattengale Bros, H/Vz E. University ave jm| 

Sin§:bUSCll & StOltey, 105-107 E. University ave ^ 

Weeks, Geor§:e D. & Co., 416 N. Neil ^ 

Foundries and Machine Shops. 7J 

Champaign Machine and Supply Co., cor. Walnut and ^ 

Second South jRjf 

Robinson & Burr, 1 5 Hickory ^ 

Furniture Dealers. _^ 

Ackers & Wilson, S. T. Curtis mgr., 18 N. Walnut i^ 

•Kruse, J. C, 86 E. University ave :i: ^^ 

Mittendorf & Kiler, 24-26 w. Main |r^ 

Walker & Mulliken, 43-45 N. Neil >|| 

Gas and Steam Fitters. §' f 

Hubbard & Sons, 12 w. Main ^^ 
Robinson & Burr, 1 5 Hickory 
Trevett, Henry, 29 Main 
Walsh & Heuck, 75 E. Main 

Bailey, C. C, 30 Main ^{ 

Grain Dealers. j^ 

Beach, B. C. & Co., 50 N. Hickory K^ 

French & Co., 5 Post Office blk O 

Jones, C. H. & P. G., 2 Post Office blk ^ 

Mueller Bros., 13 Post Office blk l/H 



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Rockland Shoes Nf|fl1riif)ft C i^Main street, 

$5.^Sr'ilet'nlyat"''^' "' .Jj^CllU UiVj O CHAMPAIGN. 



iH[ URBAIIA MILL UNO ELEimOR, flouFfeI;!!: etc. 

Telephone No. 158 Central. 
Established A. D. J 850. R. T. Robinson, Prop. LJF=?I3AIvlA., II I 



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^ <Rush, Fred P. & Co., 42 First South 

n3 S Sale & Ward, 3 Post Office blk 

gJStaley, B. P., 4 Post Office blk 

<^>^-White, J. F., 7 Post Office blk 

% o Groceries. 

"K =! Armstrong:, J. N. & Sons, 409-41 1 E. University ave 

W zBaddely, C. H., 73-77 N. Neil 
2 ^Brankey, J. W., 36 Main^ 

0^ llhuT, A. J., 505 S. Fifth 
^^Inilton, R., 106 S. Neil 
H w Henry, E., 101-103 ¥.. University ave 
cj i Kariher Gtocery Co., cor. Neil and Church 
^ „ Klatt, Mrs. M., 114 E. University ave 

g ""Lange, E. H., 112-114 N. First 

•— • Leal, William, 37 Neil 
"^ Lehman, I). M., 709 N. Neil 
^ McDowell, H. J., 36 N. Neil 
^ Mcl'adden, H. & Pro., 9 N. Neil 
fl£ McGraw& O'Neil, First 
•^ McKee, J. P., 30 N. Neil 

mJ Manspeaker, L. V., 35-57 W. Main 

^^ Martin .K: Ikiinum, 65 Neil 

^ Nelson. A, S. tH: Son, 67 N. Neil 

^ Percival & Hall, 1 N. Neil 

^^ Richards, J. A., 412 E. University ave 

^ Sin§:bUSCh & StOltey, 105-107 E. University ave 

^^ Stoltey, Charles A., 1 10 N. Tirst 
Yeats, A. J., 404 E. White 

Hardware and Cutlery. 
Bryant & McConney, 10 Main 

Miebach, William & Co., 67-71 \L University av(^ 

VISIT T "XT l\7f ^ *-» c<.,-s/>y% T^/>4, ^o"" prices lower than the lowest. 
a<r^-^^ i^* V ♦ IVianSpeaKer, imported and Domestic Table 
Delicacies at pleasing prices at MANSPEAKER'S GROCERY. Both 'Phones 97. 



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Painters^ Painters^ Supplies. 
Sole Agents for 
John Price, Mgr. i6 N. Neil St.. Champaign. J The House and Villa Mixed Paints. 

Tucker & Wakeman's Champaign Directory. 167 

Russell, C. H. & Co., 69 Neil 

Terwilliorer, A. M. & L, A., 20-22 N. Walnut 

Trevett, Henry, 29 w. Main 
Trevett, Thomas H., 28 \\\ Main 

Harness and Saddlery. 

Eichorst, Edward A., 104 E. University ave 

Miller Harness Co., 31 W. Main ^^ 

Minerka, H., 39 \V. Main 

Witt, Charles F., 42 N. Walnut g 

Hatters. S 

Gulick Tailoring Co., 55-57 Main — 

Hub, The, 4 \V. Main »»C3 

Kuhn (S: Son, 45 Main C33» 

Ottenheimer & Co., 18 Main =p 

Stern, N. & Bro., 23 W. Main g« 

Hotels. ^^ 

Beardsley, The, Charles P. Hatch propr.. cor. Neil and Hill _ 
Carter House, F. M. Horine mgr., 34-36 N. Walnut p"^ 

Commercial House, Oak st c/9 

Doane House, O. F. Spaulding propr., Oak and E. Main 
Farmer's Hotel, 44 Main 
St. James Hotel, J. D. Caldwell propr., 717 N. Neil 

Ice Dealers. 
Twin City Ice and Cold Storage Co., The, N. Market and 

Washington 

Ice Cream Parlors. 
Harris, D. E. & Co., 61 Neil 

Insurance. ^* 

Beardsley, John, 607 \\\ University ave J*** 

Beers, John N. Loan Co., 37 ^' Walnut ^^^ 

Campbell, F. G., 1 10 University ave 

Dr. D. H. SHAFER, {^^:^'\ Dentist. 

I2K MAIN STREET, CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



J.fl.&fl.H.Seott, 



REAL ESTATE 

LOANS AND INSURANCE 

21 MAIN STREET. 
BELL PHONE 177. CHAMPAIGN 



{^ i68 TucKKR & Wakkman's CHAMrAi(;N Directory. 
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g Coffman, B. D., 9 Main 
w.^Coffman, W. H., 9 Main 

p viardner, Ed. Imperial bld^- 

^S Harwood & Clark, 53 ^'• ^'eil 
ggHu§:hes, S. K.,;.9Xeil 
jJ^ James & Flanigan, 36 Main 
uu Keel, Bainum &^ Co., 34 X- N^il 

Marshiitz, \V. 1',.. 5 Post Office blk 
iu^ Percival. O. L.. 39 X. Xeil 
^-Z Scott, J. A. & A. R., 21 \V. Main 

J Sherfy, Chalmers M., 40 X. Walnut 

^^ Sperry. II. T. cK: Son, 3 Main 

gu Tackett & White, 49 N- Walnut 

K h Justices of the Peace. 

<0 ^UCh, Jacob, City Hldg 
gc^ Faulkner, L. W., 63 N. Xeil 
^g Weeks, S. E., 3-' N- Walnut 
<: <; Laundries. 

^Q Chanipai;4n Steam Laundry, 28 Neil 

Z^ Empire Steam Laundry, University ave and Neil 

^^ Shall, George, 3 W. Church 

^^ Lawyers. 

^ Bryan, A. H., 25 Main 
^ Gere & Philbrick, i6 Main 
■ o Gulick & Gulick, i i W. Main 

^^^ .^ 

J. k. CU I.ICK J. F- GUUCK. 

GULICK & GULICK, 
C/) Attorneys at Law and Notary Public. 

♦ Phoenix Phone 150. CHAMPAIGN. 



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Taekett & White, 



REAL ESTATE 

LOANS AND INSURANCE. 
49 N. Walnut Street. CHAMPAIQN. 

PHOENIX 'PHONE 127. 



Hi. t Goffman, 



REAL ESTATE 

and Insurance. Loans on City and Farm 
Property. 9 Main St., Champaign. 



Tucker & Wakeman's Champaign Directory. 169 *j^ 

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Hamill, Fred. B., 14 W. Main 

Lewis & Lewis, 47 N. Neil 

Ray, J. L., 31 W. Main 

Riley, Walter B., 31 W. Main p© 

Smith, T. J., 5 Main 

Sweet, E. L., 25 W. Main "H 

Thomas, C. A., 12 W. Main ^ 

Weaver & Carnahan, i8 W. Main ^ 

Wolfe & Sava§:e, i8 w. Main 

Lime, Plaster and Cement. 

Walls, W. W. 8l Co., University ave and Market 

Livery, Sale and Feed Stables. ^^ 

Braithwaite & Cleaveland, University ave and Market ^ 

Chester's Transfer Line, 58 First South ^ 

Ensley, I. A., 66 N. Market 'Si £L 

Farmer's Feed Barn, 6 Walnut ^ flj 

Gaines, E. B., Livery, cor. Washington and Hickory ^ S> 

Kern & Beatty, 6 S. Market - 5+ 
Murphy, P. J., i6 W. University ave 

Reid, A. & Son, 6 N. Water ^ ^ 

Strahley's Livery Barn, 504 N. Neil 3) Q^ 

Lumber, Lath and Shingles. n g 

Alexander Lumber Co., 69 N. Walnut .""(tq 

Walls, W. W. & Co., cor. University ave and Market Q *^ 

Marble and Granite Works. J tJ 

Atkinson, S. P. & Co., 71 N. Neil s ^ 

Meat Markets. > g 

Baddeley, C. H., 73 to 77 N. Neil q c 

Champaign Meat Market. 8 W. Main Z ^ 

Dallenbach & Boyle (Diamond Meat Market), 41 N. Neil" ^ 



Thos. H. Tfevett, 



Large Stock of Guns, Revol- 
vers, Ammunition, Etc. 

28 MAIN ST., CHAMPAIGN. 



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5. C. TUCKER, »":S!*" DRUGGIST. 

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^5 ' 7*^ Tucker &: Wakeman's Champaign Directory. 
^ Donovan &: McGraW, loS E. University ave 

'O DONOVAN & McGRAW, 

^■^ Proprietors of the 

CO 



Old Reliable 

East Side Meat Market. 

— Also dealers in — 

LIVE STOCK IN CAR LOAD LOTS. 

108 University Avenue, 

I Ki.EPHONK 146 ....CHAMPAIGN. 



^ Hallcr, Jacob, 410^^2 E. University ave 

25 Twin City Meat Market (I^rewstcr & Starzinger), 415 E. 

, x . Ihiixcrsity ave 
z J 

-jg- Men's Furnisliings. 

^jl Gulick Tailoring: Co., 55-5; W. Main 
.. 5 Hub, Tlie, 4 W. Main 
12 5 Stern N. & Bro., 23 Main' 
o Ottenheimer & Co., 18 Main 

Q. W'einoartcn. F.. 15 N. Neil 

^ Merchant Tailors. 

Costello, Frank T., 30 Main 



Dollinoer, A. F., i Main 
Gelirkc. FI.. 7 W. Main 



C^,.. ,„„ 

On Gulick Tailoring Co., 55-57 ^V. .\U\in 
^ Helbling & Fieldbinder, 1 2 W. .AFain 
^ Lawder & Burke, Imperial Hldg 

W'einoartcn, F\. 15 N. Neil 
• Schertigcr. Otto, 43 W. Main 

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UdllullUdull 06 U\}j\\j^ Telephc^e S^EET 16 BeuA^DPHOB^:x. 
41 NEIL STREET CHAMPAIGN ILL. 



C. A. Besore, 



Coal, Lime, Plaster, Cement, 

AND BUILDING MATERIAL. 



211-213 N. Market. 'HlOIies 9 and. 



Urbana, 111, h^ 



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Millers. ^ 

Champaign Roller Mills, 28 \\ \ University ave r+" 

Milliners. ^^^ 

Alward, L. A., Walker Opera House blk fsP 



MISS L. A. ALWARD, 



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^^kL FINEST LINE OF MILLINERY ^k (^ 

^^ AND MILLINERY GOODS 7^ O 



in the two cities. 



Stock the Latest. Prices the Lowest. v^ 



Walker Opera House Block, ,^ 

CHAMPAIGN, - - - - ILLINOIS. p2 



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Arnott, Miss Francis, SQ N. Neil tj ^ 

. £1. c/i 

Ireton & Burwash, 20 W. Main 03 J? 

Vogel Sisters, 107 N. First * S. 

Mort§:a§:e Brokers. h^ 

Beers, John N., Loan Co., 37 N. Walnut pj 

McKinley, J. B. &, W. B., cor. Walnut and Main ;3 

Morrisy, Dan, Farm Land Mortgage Co., Dan Morrisy, 

pres., 8 Post Office blk ^ 

Trevett &: Mattis, 16 w. Main q 

Wilcox, Frank, 3^ N. Walnut <^ 

Musical Merchandise and Instruments. ^ 

Baker & Turnell, 14 Main f^ 

Lloyde, D. H. 8l Son, 9 ^lain 

Rethey, B. N., 19 N. Neil 

Newspapers and Publications. 



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Champaign Gazette, daiK- and weekly, cor. Main and Neil O 

Manhattan Dyeing and Cleaning Works^ 

'Phone Phoenix 152. 30 WALNUT STREET CHAMPAIGN ILL. 



Knouilton & Bennett, 



Oruggists 

We lead in eueri/ line we carry 
'Phones: riioenix45t, Bellzio. 

URBANA, ILL. 



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^0° 

1| - Champai§:n News, daily and weekly, 39 N. Neil 

|<1 Champaign Times, daily and weekly, 24-26 N. Walnut 

c^^ News Depots. 

^ Cunnin§:ham Bros., 25 Main 

Faulkner, Watson, 53 N. Neil 
1(2 Swannell, N., 1 Main 
^1 Oils. 

1^ Weeks, George D. & Co., 416 X. Xeil 

C/5 " 



i"^ Opticians. 

I J Ferguson & Craig, Walker ( )i)era House blk 
►^1^ Garwood, L. C, 13 W. Main 

■z ^S Maurer, Charles, 25 W. Main 
Je-^ weusteman, Albert E., 14 Main 






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^.fr^ You that have Weak Eyes or Poor Eye Sight, 

Every day you are straining them more by putting off 
bo ^ Wearing Glasses. 

1^ COME TO US NOW! 

> •§ We test eyes free and make glasses ( if you need them » that ■wiH relieve 

I/) <J all eye trouble. Artificial Eyes inserted. 

^^ DR. ALBERT E. WUESTEMAN, 

^+^ Optician and Jeweler. 

14 Main Street, CHAMPAIGN 



^ Painters. 

5-H Abernathy, R., 115 E. University ave 



H 



R. ABERNATHY, 

^ Practical Carriage and Sign Painter. 

Ch Sign Work a Specialty. 

115 E. Univirsity Ave., CHAMPAIGN. 






aq'Sfs.:.!': w. w. WALLS & co. 

Pho*"°F^^o?^nixV,''ReH^i6*''"" S.-E. Cor. University Ave. and Market, CHAMPAIGN. 



The right kind of WRAPPEHS at lA/TT J JQ' 

NO BETTER, NO CHEAPER. ill ill JAl^/ 



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McClelland & Price, 65 N. Neil ^ 

Price, William (Estate). i6 N. Keil ^ 

Painters' Supplies. O 

Abernathy, R., 115 E. University ave ^T\ 

Price, William (Estate). i6 N. Neil p;0 

Paper Hangers. 

Price, William (Estate). i6 N. Xeil Op 

Photographers. 

Elite Studio. 21 W, ^lain 

Grand Studio, 105 w. Park 

LeForgee. C, ^2) ^Valniit 

Modern Studio, 39 \\\ Main . 

Naughton. Thomas. 9- 11 \\\ Main r^ 

Physicians and Surgeons. [Tl 

Baker, Dr. \V.. 701 S. Wright 

Beardsley, Dr. E. J., 15 Main & 

Blachley, Dr. F. L.. Champaign Sanitarium w 

Chenoweth, Dr. A., 6i N. Neil g jt 

Craig, Dr. D. C. M., 30 Main ||^ 

Gushing, Dr. H. E., 53 ^- ^eil 5|| 

Dueringer, Dr. H. W., 107 E. Church l""^ 

Finch. Dr. James H., 105 N. Randolph r 

Gray, Dr. W. L., 1 10 N. First ^ 

Office Hours, 1 to 4 p. m. Evenings — Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. ^^J 

Sundays, 10 to 12 a. m. A 

DR. W. L. GRAY, J> 

Office, no North First Street. Telephone Central 2 on 86. f— * 
Residence, E. University Ave. and Fourth St. Telephone I on 86. ^^ 

Groves. Dr. J. O., 501 E. Green K^ 

Haley, Dr. H. A., 35 W. Main ^ 



Spalding 



GiviS you full value tor your money, whether you buy a 

$t.00 or $5.00 Pair of Shoes. 
19 Main Street, CHAMPAIGN. ILL. 



Ill[ mm MILL UNO ELEVATOR jlouFfeedTmeal ETC. 

Telephone No. 158 Central. 

^ Established A. D. 1850. R. T. Robinson, Prop. l_JI=?I3 AIMA. II I 

CO ■ 

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^ z 

^ ^Ilall, Dr. Abbic G., io8 W. Church 
^ I Hough, Dr. C. F., 55 N- N^'il 

G JJohnson, Dr. C. I^., S3 N- Nell 

^ jolmson. Dr. Pcn-y C, 43 Main 
^ gKratZ, Dr. E. A., 104 W. Church 
^ iKroeninu-, Dr. A. K., 63 X. Xeil 

^ ? McClelland, Dr. C. B., i \V. Main 

8 Mills. Dr. C. H., 10+ W. Church 
n w Miner, Dr. l^licn, 209 \V. Eureka 

^ HNewcomb, Dr. W. K., 30 W. Main 
^^Ruhl, Dr. Maude F., 3 Main 
y l;iSchowen§:erdt, Dr. W. E., 33 W. Main 

C ^Wall, Dr. A. .S., 55 Xcii 
^ ^Wood. Dr. J. II.. 5 Post Office blk 
wrZor§:er, Dr. Annie L., 117^2 E. University ave 
^B Zor§:er, Dr. W. H., 117^ E. University ave 

^ Pianos and Or§:ans. 

j^;|^ Haker tK: Turn ell, 14 Main 

C£ Lloyde, D. H. & Son, 9 Main 

^ Pictures and Frames. 

Mittendorf & Kiler, 24-26 w. Main 

Walker & Mulliken, 43-45 ^^ ^^'^^ 

Planing Mills. 

Petty, G. R.. & Co., 32 S. Market 
Welshley, E. R., 201 S. Neil 

Plumbing and Heating Contractors. 

I)ailey, C. C. 30 Main 

Hubbard & Sons, 12 Main 
Robinson & Burr, 400 N. Neil 
Trevett, Henry, 29 Main 
Walsh & Heuck, 7-:, E. Main 

nil *>f^Of%^*^l//^"ff Challeng;es the world for Equal Quality 

ITiaiibjjeaivei coffee and tea. 






as 



Wn TRICE <Estate) Pn'.aSls't^J?""'' 

John Price, Mgr. i6 N. Neil St., Champaign. ) pa PER H ANGI NG /.no PECORATI NG 

Tucker & Wakeman's Champaign Directory. 175 
Wricrht. A. J., 829 W. Church 

Printers (Book and Job). 

Gazette, The, cor. Main and Neil 

News, The, 39 N. Neil 

Times, The, 24-26 N. Walnut 

Oueensware and Notions. 

Armstrong:, J. N. & Sons, 409 E. University ave 

Baddeley, C. H., 73 to 77 N. Neil 

Greenhalgh, J. R., 6 Main 

Hendricks & Fritz, 34 Neil 

SingbUSCh & StOltey, 105-107 E. University ave 

Real Estate and Loans. 

Beardsley, George P., 39 Neil 
Beardsley, John, 607 W. University ave 

Beers, John N. Loan Co., 37 N. Walnut 

Burnham, Robert D., i6 Main 
Campbell, F. G., no E. University ave 

Coffman, B. D., 9 Main 
Coffman, W. H., 9 ^lain 
Davidson, Geor§:e W., 18 Main 

GEO. W. DAVIDSON, 
Real Estate Exchange and Loans* 

CHAMPAIGN COUNTY FARMS AND 
^CITY PROPERTY A SPECIALTY.,^ 

Residence and Business Properties to Rent. 

^°B.Z^^Sc^:-' CHAMPAIGN.' ^ 

tltr tl H <^hafpir DENTIST 

1/1 • l/« ^« OliCilulj Teeth extracted without pain. 

121 Main S. .Champaign. 



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i°n»i^"n°R°wrT real estate 

J iiVc2/lii\. «JV^W 1 1 , LOANS AND INSURANCE. 
21 MAIN STREET, BELL PHONE 177. CHAMPAIGN ' 

\l76 TlCKKR & W'AKK.MAn's ClIA.MI'AKiN DiRKCTORV. 



sgHarwood & Clark, 53 N. Neil 
^P Hughes, S. K., 39 Neil 

;^^ Hessel. j. F.. 39 Main 

^^ James L Flanigfan, 36 w. Main 
, I Keel, Balnum& Co., 34 N. Neil 



^ KEEL, BAINUM & CO., 
qReal estate, loans, insurance, etc. 

00 

Farm and City Property 

f~j^ J* For Sale and Rent.v-* 

^=^ C. S. BAINUM, ARCHITECT. 



O^ pL^; Se^k CHAMPAIGN. 



^ u- Massey, L. D., 3 \\^ Main 

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L. D. MASSEY, 



^^ Real Estate Loans 

cz: «^and Insurance* «^ 



00 

.Office, 3 Main St., CHAMPAIGN. 

•^ Tac^eff & White, REAL estate 

«v»uf«iwi.c «* mmtiit.s^^ LOANS AND INSURANCE 

Phoenix 'Phone 127. 49 North Market Street. CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



Ifl. t Coffman, 



REAL ESTATE 

and Insurance. Loans on City and Farna 
Property. 9 Main St., Champaign. 



Tucker & Wakeman's Champaign Directory. 177 ^^ 

Miller, 0. E., & Co., 30 W. Main ^ 
C/5 

O. E. MILLER & CO., ^ 

REAL ESTATE. -q 

30 Main St., CHAMPAIGN. ^ 

We are also Agents for the famous ^ 

JtJtJ^YAZOO VALLEY LANDS^,^^ ^T 

in Mississippi. You ^^et a free ride to and from tiiese lands provided vou buy. ^^ 
To all tiiinkiniT of makin^^ a trip to any part of the South we will say vi'U can ' "^^ 
pass through this fertile country without extra expense. Come to our otlice, as -^^ 
we can save you money on railroad fare to the South or West. ■^ 

V/e also make a specialty of Champaign Countv and City Property. 

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Mulliken, Charles J., 26 x. Walnut 

PerciYal. O. L., 39 N. Xeil ® fjj 
Raynor & Babb, First Xat'l Bank bld^ 
Scott, J. A. & A. R., 21 W. Main 

Sherfy, Chalmers M., 40 N. \\ alnut 

Tackett & White, 49 N- Walnut ^ ^ 

Trevett & Mattis, 16 Main ^ o 

Restaurants. ^ t^ 

Champaign Restaurant, 38 Main " (-$ 

Connerty & Kaiser, Oak )1 ^ 

Czikowski, John, 75 Main > P 

Goodman, Mrs. L., 210 Church ^ 

Higbee, Joseph, 42 Main > ^ 

Kaiser, A. A., no X. Oak Q ^ 

King's Restaurant, 32 X. Xeil Z ^ 

Miers, George, 120 X. First ^ 

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inoi n. TREVEn. 

28 MAIN STREET, CH AM PAIGN, I LL' 



H/API)\\'/AI^I:, 5rO\'l!5, 
TINWARE mo CUTLERY 



S. C. TUCKER, ; ^"•'^°"' ! DRUGGIS T 

106 E. UNIVERSITY AVE., CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 

^ 178 TucKKR t<: W'akeman's Champaign Directory. 



^ Stevens, Mrs. S. A., 18 Oak 



'g Stevens' Restaurant. 

Cd MRS. S. A. STEVENS, Propr. 

^ Meals to Order. Oysters in All Styles. 

u 

•J^ Everything New and Up-To-Date. 

CO tS Oak Street, ....CHAMPAIGN. 

^ Saloons. 

^^ Ahern, John, 40 Main 

®§ Ahi-(-ns, Henry. 49 Main 

.Xj Antique Sample Room, Thomas Coffey, propr., 51 Main 

^- l^)runs\vick Sample Room, 53 Main 



mo. 



< Club Saloon, F. A. Krabbe, propr., 41 Market 
« CO CouLihlin, William, u N. Walnut 
g Friede's Palace Saloon, 61 N. Market 

J Heffernan Bros.. 47 ^I'^i" 
Heffernan & Coffey, 5 1 Main 

^ Keesee. GeorL;c I'., 112 E. University ave 

^ Klondike Saloon, 57 N- Market 

Q/ Lierman, August, 67 N. Market 

^^ Loftus, John, 69 F. Main 

~| Lutz, John, Jr., 71 I^. Main 

"^ Fynch, Thomas IC, 106 N. First 

QQ McCarthy, J. N.. 73 F. Main 

Miebach, Joseph W., 109 f:. Main 

^^ Mishler, Lee, i6 X. Walnut 

41 NEIL STREET, CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



C. A. Besore, 



LUMBER, SASH, DOORS, AND BUNDS. 
COAL, LIME, BUILDERS' SUPPLIES, ETC. 

211-213 NORTH MARKET. 
'Phones 9 and 409 URBANA, ILL. 






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Morfey, Amos, 122 N. First "^ 

O'Byrne, M., 65 E. Main 

Siegel, Theodore, 59 N. Market 

Warner, Daniel, 118 N. First P? 

Sand and Gravel. -^ 

Sheldon Brick Co., 39 N. Neil p^ 

Sash, Doors and Blinds. ^ 

Alexander Lumber Co., 69 N. Walnut O 

Walls, W. W. & Co., University ave and Market "^Z, 

School Supplies. "Z. 

Faulkner, Watson, ^i Neil [^ 
Lloyde, D. H. & Son, 9 Main 

Swanell, H., i Main | s 

Second-Hand Stores. ^ i 

Mathews, J. B., 38 N. Neil 5'^ 

Nalley, J. D., 65 E. University ave ' 

Selicovitz, Abe, S. Market _L- 

Sewin§: Machines and Supplies. K 
Singer Sewing Machine Co., A. F. Sammers, agt, 47 N- 2 

Walnut 
Baker & Turnell, 14 Main 

Lloyde, D. H. & Son, 9 Main 

Sporting Goods. m 

Lloyde, D. H. & Son, 9 Main ^ 

Trevett, Henry, 29 Main z. 

Steamship Agents. O 

Buch, Jacob, City Hall [p 

Sherfy, Chalmers M., 40 Walnut — ] 

Stoves and Tinware. Q 

Ackers & Wilson, S. T. Curtis, mgr., 18 N. Walnut < 

Bryant & McConney, to Main m 
Manhattan Dyeing and Cleaning Works^ 

Phone Phoenix 152. 30 WALNUT STREET CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 






KNOWLTON & BENNETT, 



DRUGGISTS 

j We Lead in Every Line 
^ ^-'Phones: Phoenix 45 J, Bill 210. URBANA, ILL we carry. 

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I < Miebach, William & Co., 67-71 K. University ave 

I 5 Russell, C. H., cK: Co., 69 Neil 

^. Terwillicrer, A. M. & L. A., 20-22 N. Walnut 

8 p- Trevett, Henry, 29 w. Main 
^1 Trevett, Thomas H., 2S w. Main 

I I . Street Railways. 

lit Urbana and Champaign Railway, Gas and Electric Co., 

||| First National Hank bldu- 

i-§i Telegraph Companies. 

|:o^ Western Union Telegraph Co., A R. Marshall. m,!^rr.. room 

6, Post Office blk 



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Telephone Companies. 
^>.j. Central Union Telephone Co., L. \'earn(lt, m<^rr., 14 Main 
^J I Champaign and Urbana Phoenix Telephone Co., c. J. 

UJ^c^ L • 1 • I ' "1 1 "1 

oi ^ Sahin, ni^r., Kanhcr h.k 

h ^ Tile Manufacturers. 

w % Champaign Tile Factory, 39 N^il 

< I Transfer Lines. 

Q I Chesters' Transfer Line, 5S i-irst South 

< g Wilber, R. S., 5.S N. Market 

^ Undertakers and Upholsterers. 

♦^1 V IJacon, Tuell M., 308 S. Randolph 
'tt Kruse, J. C, Sb \i. University ave 

> Mittendorf & Kiler, 24-26 w. Main 
^ Walker & Mulliken, 43-45 N- N^il 
L-H Veterinary Hospitals. 

Braithwaite <& Cleaveland (Champaign Veterinary Hus- 
^^ pital), cor. Washington and Hickory 

G Veterinary Surgeons. 

. ^ l)auniL,'"ardner, (i. (i., 6 E. University ave 

nj ^ 

MH Wholesale and Keta.l T/ T/ ll/TTTTO V PH 

HARD AND SOFT COAL W W W A N A/ i 

Delivered to all parts of the City. '» • •» • Ulll-l-V/ \X \J\J » 

. •Phones:' PhQehix.77, Beiii67. '-S.-E. C<)r. University Ave. and Market, CHAMPAIGN, 



BUY LADIES AND CHILDRENS' WIT T jQ' 



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Braithwaite, R. W., V. S. and D., cor. Washington and [^ 

Hickor)^ u-w 

RittenhoLise, David T.. 1 1 i E. White ^ 

Wall Paper. -J^ 

Faulkner, Watson, 53 N. Neil /I 

Price, William (Estate), 16 N. Neil 

Swannell, H., i Main f^ 

Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. 

Ferguson & Craig:, Walker Opera House blk |m| 

Garwood, L. C, 13 W. Main ^ 

Hill, C. S., 9 Main ^ 

Maurer, Charles, 25 w. Main 71 

Weusteman, Albert E., 14 Main ^ 

Water Works. jfSf^ 

Union Mfg. Co. Water Works, M. A. Goff, prest., 37 N.^ 

Walnut __ 

Wines and Liquors (Wholesale). b^ 

Antique Sample Room, Thomas Coffey, propr., 51 MainS .?! 

Heffernan, Bros., 4; ^^Eain |^^ 

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DIRECTORY BORROWERS |^ 

AND M 

ADVERTISING FRAUDS. 2 

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Rockland Shoes Qn;:i1Hilirt'Q 1 9 Main street, * 



Spalding's 



$5.'^Fo/sLkonlya^^^^ ^^ ^T^^^^^^^ ^ CHAMPAIGN. 



URBANA STREET GUIDE. 



Ater — Seventh south of Main, from Lincohi Avenue east 

to Race. 
■ Anderson— Sixth east of Market, from Main south to Ore- 
gon. 
BabCOCk— Fifth east of Wrioht, from University Avenue 

south to Green. 
Beslin — Fourth north of University Avenue, from Wriglit 

east to Goodwin Avenue. 
Birch — Fifth east of Lincoln Avenue, from Raih'oad soutli 

to city Hmits. 
Broad — Second west of Market, from Raih'oad south to 

city Hmits. 
Busey Avenue -First east of Lincoln Avenue, from Nortli 

First south to city limits. 
California (East)— Fifth south of Main, from Market east 

to Grove. 
California (West) -Fifth south of Main, from Market west 

to Lincoln Avenue. 
California Avenue— Fifth south of Main, from Lincuhi 

Avenue west to Mathews Avenue. 
Central Avenue -Second east of Orchard, from Main north 

to First. 
Cliampai§:n — Sixth north of University Avenue, from 

W^rioht east to Cioodwin Avenue. 
Church — Second north of University Avenue, from Wri<>ht 

east to Goodwin Avenue. 
Clark — First south of University Avenue, from Romine 

east to Goodwin Avenue; recommences at Habcock, thence 

east to Orchard. 
Coler Avenue— Second east of Lincoln A\ enue, from First 

south to city limits. 



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Cunnin§:ham Avenue— (Formerly Heater road.) From 

Market nortlieast to city limits. 
Dublin — Fifth north of University Avenue, from Wright 

east to Goodwin Avenue. 
EadS — Seventh north of University Avenue, from Wright 

east to Goodwin Avenue. 
Elm (West) — First south of Main, from Market west to 

Husey Avenue. 
Elm (East) —First south of Main, from Market east to Grove. 
First I'irst north of University Avenue, from Lincoln 

Avenue east to Broad. 
Goodwin Avenue (North)— Third east of Wright, from 

Universit)- Avenue north to city limits. 

Goodwin Avenue (South)— Third east of Wriglu, from 

Uni\ersiL\- Avenue to city Hmits. 
Green (East)— Second south of Main, from Market east to 

cit\' limits. 
Green (West) Second soutli of Main, from Market west 

to Wriglit. 
Greg^Ory Place— Second west of Matthews Avenue, from 

Illinois Street south to Oreiron. 
Grig^g^S —First north of Main, from Orchard east to Race. 
Grove V\(th east of Market, from Main south to Oregon. 
Grove Avenue -Second west of Market, from Griggs east 

to Locust. 
Harvey — Fourth east of Wright, from Universit)- Avenue 

south to Railroad. 
High (East) Third south of Main, from Market east to 

city limits. 
High (West)— i'hird south of Main, from Market west to 

Husey Avenue. 
Hill — ^Third north of University A\enue, from Wright east 

to Goodwin Avenue. 
Illinois F^ourth south of Main, from Lincoln A\enue east 

to cit\' limits. 



TucKKR & Wakeman's Urhana DlRKCTOm-. 5 

Lincoln Avenue— Sixth east of Wrio-ht. from north city 

Hniits to south city Hmits. 
Lynn — Sixth east of Market, from Main south to Green. 
Locust — First north of Main, from Central Avenue east to 

Race. 
Main (East) — Central dividing- line, from Market east to 

city limits. 
Main (West) — Central dividing- line, from Market west to 

(lOodwin Avenue. 
Maple — Fourth east of Market, from Main south to Oreg-on. 
Market (Nortll)--Dividing line east and west, from Main 

north to city limits. 
Market (South) — Central dividing line east and west, from 

Main south to city limits. 
Mathews Avenue (North)— Second east of Wright, from 

University Avenue north to city limits. 
Mathews Avenue ( SOUth)~-Second east of Wright, from 

University Avenue south to Dry. 
Navada Avenue — South city limits, from Lincoln avenue 

east to Vine. 
North — Fourth west of Market, from Main south to city 

limits. 
Orchard — Third east of Lincoln Avenue, from First south 

to Main; recommences at Elm, thence south to city limits. 
Ore§:on (East ) — Sixth south of Main, from Market east to 

city Hmits. 
Ore§:on (West)— Sixth south of Main, from Market west 

to Lincoln Avenue. 
Park — First north of University Avenue, from Wright east 

to Matthews Avenue; recommences at Race, thence east 

to Market. 
Race (North)— First west of Market, from Main north to 

First. 
Race (South,)— First west of Market, from Main south to 

city limits. 



^) TrcKFR (Jv Wakkman's Urp.axa DlRF.Crr^RV. 

Romine ( North )— First east of Wrio-ht. from Tniversity 

Av(.'nii(' north to city limits. 
Romine (South) — iMi-st cast of WHght, from Inivorsity 

A\ciuie south to Springfield Avenue. 
Sprin§:field Avenue— Fourth south of Tniversity Avenue. 

from W'rioht east to North. 
StOUg^htOn — Third south of University Avenue, from Romine 

east to North. 
University Avenue— Fourth north of Springrfiekl Avenue. 

from Wright cast to Market. 
Urbana Avenue- Third east of Market, from Main south 

to Oregon. 
Vine — Second east of Market, from Water south to city 

limits. 
Walnut — First cast of Market, from Water south to city 

limits. 
Water (East)— First north of Main, from Market east to 

Vine. 
Water (West)— First north of Main, from Market west to 

Race. 
Webber — Seventh west of Market, south from Illinois, south 

to Oregon, 
West — l^V^urth east of Lincoln Avenue, from Main north to 

Mrst. 
White — Second south of University Avenue, from Romine 

east to Lincoln Avenue. 
Wrig^ht— Dividing line between Urhana and Champaign. 



BEWARE OF 

DIRECTORY BORROWERS. 



m. H. Coffman, 



REAL ESTATE 

and Insurance. Loans on City and Farm 
Property. 9 Main St., Champaign. 



Tucker & Wakeman's Uruana Directory. ; 

TO FIND A NAME YOU MUST KNOW HOW TO 

SPELL IT. C/5 



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LI PIMM A CIT\^ DIPECTOPY. 



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/\DAMS, a. B.. lab., r. 209 E. Elm ^ S- 

Adams, Charles Christopher, entomolo.orical asst., Unix er-5 r+ 

sity of Illinois, r. 917 W. Green 
Adams, J. W., bricklayer, r. 10^^ N. Vine ^ W 

Adams, Pearl, r. 1107 \V. Clark 3) o. 

Aetna Life Insurance Co., H. M. Russell, agt., 102 \y.^ p 



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Ahlrichs, August, foreman, r. 109 S. Lynn q ^ 

Ahlrichs, Miss Etta, elk., r. 109 S. Lynn I P 

Ahlrichs, Frederick H., carp., r. 116 S. Lynn ^ p_, 

Ainla)', Henry, retired, r. 207 S. Market -q ,__, 

Ainlay, John, plasterer, r. 207 S. Market 1 ^ 

Akers, J., carp., 105 S. Urbana ave ^ ^ 

Albert, Mrs. Emma, wid., r. 105 E. Higli • P 

Alberts, Wile\-, elk., r. 10s E. Hiofh o 

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inOi n. TREVETT, pickwTcTbTcycues 

26 MAIN STREET, CHAMPAIGN, ILL. and BORN STEEL RANGES. 



S. C. TUCKER, ; ^",^':°"' ; DRUGGIST. 

106 E. UNIVERSITY AVE., CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 

jil <S TUCKKR & W'aKE.MAN's Ur1;ANA DiRK( T(^RV. 



^ Aldrich, W. T., lab., r. 107 W. Illinois 

Alley, Arthur, elk., r. 406 \V. Kim 
'O Alley, Charles, retired, r. 304 S. X'inc 
C Alley, Edwin, barber, r. 304 S. \ in(; 
^ Alio)-, Mrs. Ida, wid.. r. 1202 W . Ueslin 
Alkire. J. \ .. carp., r. 710 W. I'irst 
^£ Alkire, Miss Puss, laundress, r. 806 W. k'irst 
>J Allen. Georofe, farmer, r. 1202 W. Stoucrhton 
^ Allen. Ira. r. 505 S. Mathews ave 
QQ Allen. John H.. farmer, r. 1202 W. Stouo^hton 
Allen, Orth, R. R. emp.. r. S09 W. Main 
^ Allen. S. W., lab., r. 606 \\. High 
^^ American Express Co., Isaac B. .Smith, agt.. i 15 W. Main 

®§ American Fire Insurance Co., ii. M. Russell agt. 102 \v. 

,xj Main 

^d Anderson's Barber Shop (W m. .S. .\nderson. propr.) 106 

JO^- \V. Main 

°^^tt Anderson, h. I-., bkkjjr.. r. 906 \\ . .SpriuL^held ave 

ifl DC Anderson, brank. elk., r. 107 X. Lynn 

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z Anderson, (ieorg-e. proj)r. cigar store, 106 \\ . Main, r. 107 

I N. Lynn 

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Anderson. Lew, lab., r. 309 S. Grove 

^ Anderson. Matthew, lab., r. i 16 S. Race 

Anderson, Shep.. lab., r. 309 S. Grove 

Anderson, .Sylvester, porter, r. 127 W. Main 

Anderson, Washington, lab., r. 1404 \V. Hill 

Anderson. William D., teamster, r. 607 E. Green 

"^ Anderson, W. M.. barber, r. 30T S. Market 

QQ Anderson, William .S., propr.. Anderson's barber shop. r. 

301 S. Market 

1 Archdeacon. Benjamin, teamster, r. 804 E. Green 






Dallenbach & Boyle, 



DIAMOND MEAT MARKET 



'I TiiiPHONi SwEtT 16 Bill and Phoenix. 
41 NEIL STREET, CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



CA Racnra '^^^'^ ^^^^^ Plaster, Cement, 
, jX^ liw^ll I W* '^^^ BUILDING MATERIAL. 

*^w>,/vrmw^ 211-213 N. Market. 'PhOUes 9 and 409. Urbana. III. , , 

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Archdeacon, William, retired, r. 306 S. Market h^ 

Ardinger, J. W., miller, r., 404 E. Green ^^ 

Ardinger, William, miller, r. 404 E. Green j 

Argo, Harvey, teamster, r. 1204 \\\ Stoughton i 

Argo, Roy, tobacco stripper, r. 1204 W. Stoughton (^ 



Arledge. John M.. R. R. emp., r. 803 E. ^lain "^ 

Armstrong, J. M. (Armstrong, Reynolds & Wait) r. W. 2- 

Illinois ^ 

Armstrong:, Reynolds &: Wait, (J. M. Armstrong, l. w. ^_ 

Re)nolds, B. A. Wait) real estate and insurance, 104 \\.° ^ 

Main S 51 

Armstrong, Thomas, lab., r. 609 Cunningham ave ^ ^ 

Asbury, H., carp., r. 707 S. \^ine ^ -^ 

Ater, A., mchnst., r. 1402 W. University ave Si. 3 

Ater, Cxarheld, butcher, 1204 W. Champaign S. g 

Atler, John, lab., r. 1204 W. Champaign s H.I 

Atterbery, Charles, carp., r. 1308 W. Beslin ^^s" 

Atkinson, Fred, orardener, r. i ;o8 W. Hill f ? 

Austin, C. ^I., R. R. emp., r., X. \'ine, nr. Water 1^ 

Ayers, A. M., lawyer, r. 209 W. Illinois ^a. 

Ayers, Mrs. Homer, r. 801 Busey ave 2.3 ^ 

Ayers. Miss Laura B., teacher, r. 200 \\\ Illinois &*S § 

Ayers, Miss L. S.. artist, r. 209 \\\ Illinois ^ sL^ 



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ADDELEY & BARTON (C. H. Baddeley cS: E. II. p« 
Barton) grocery and meat market, 107-109 W. Main °S- 

Bagley, D.^P., (C. X. Clark & Co.) r. 207 S. Race 
Bagley, W. H., farmer, r. 207 S. Race 2 I 

i^ailey, C. C. plumber, r. 1307 \\\ Park g "^ 

Bailey. H. W., emp. C. X. Clark & Co.. r. 2 i 2 W. h:im 5 



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Manhattan Dyeing and Cleaning Works^ 

Phone Phoenix 152, 30 WALNUT STREET CHAMPAIGN ILL. 



Knouilton & Bennett, 



Druggists 

We lead in event line ire varrq. 

'I'lioiies; I'liuciiix 451, Bell 210. 

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Jailey, Milton, elk., r. Columbian Hotel 

)aker. Charles, barber, r. Champaign 

^aker, Garrett, bkkpr., r. 503 W. Elm 

Baldwin, H. C, lab., r. 1310 \\\ Park 

)ano-s, Alonzo, driver, r. 121 i \V. Univer.sity ave 

Jarnhardt, Theo., engineer, r. 714 S. Market 



J^ Barr, A., brick and tile nifr., i)lant n. Hig b'our R. R. 
^)arr, A. Jr., brick and tile, r. 304 W. University ave 



>arr, Miss Helle, teacher, r. 304 W. University ave 



^ Barr, Mrs. E., wid., r. 304 W. University ave 
k-pH Barr, J., brickmaker, r. 304 W. University ave 
hU BartholOW, Dr. J. M., physician, i 16 W. Main, r. 91; W. 
■^ . (ireen 

i3 6« Hartley, Prank, lab., r. 1004 \\ . Stouijhton 
c g< Hartley, John, compositor The Urbana Daily Courier, r. 
^ ^ 1004 W. Stoughton 
o ^ Harton, E. J., carp., r. 506 S. Harvey ave 

♦, Barton, F. H., (Raddeley & Barton) r. 602 S. Husey ave 

^^Hass, William, lab., r. 404 1^^ Oregon 

f-j Hattershell, Mrs. E., wid., r. 501 E. California 

^ Hattershell, James, real estate, r. 208 \V. Oregon 

O Haum, W. V.. fireman, r. 802 W. Clark 
\^ Hausch, John, lab., r. Griggs bet. Central ave and Wood 
l^ji Heasley, \V. A., brick mason, r. 10 10 W. Green 
[«^ Heasley, V., lab., r. 1309 N. Romine 

j\ Hecker, Jacob, bartender, r. i 10 Central ave 
^O Hfcker, John, bartender, r. 2 10 Central ave 

-^ Becker, William, saloonist and agt. Pabst Brewing Co., 

^ 108 PI Main, r. 210 Central ave 

>^Heckwith, W. C. bkkpr. \V. H. Beckwith, r. s i 2 W. High 

^hard"and'sofTcoal W W walls & CO 

Uclivcrcd to all parts of the City. '* • " • 11111-1— V/ VA. \J\J % 

'Phones: Phoenix 77, Bell 767. S.-E. Cop, University Ave. and Market, CHAMPAIGN. 



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Bcckwith, \\\ H., grocer, N. E. cor. Race and Elm. i. ^i.- 

W. High 

Bedwell, Miss May, telephone operator, r. Uaniel \^ 

Bell, E., student, r. 702 W. Green fTj 

Bell, E. D., elk., r. 507 W. Green ^ 
Bremmer, Henry, blacksmith, r. 503 E. Elm 

Benedict, Mrs. Mary L., wid., r. 303 S. Vine Qp 

Benford, H. R., r. 402 \V. Main ^ 

Benford, J. H., r. 402 W. Main MH 

Benford, S. I., machinist, r. 308 W\ Elm ^»— 1 

Bengtson, Neil, upholsterer, r. 709 S. Market l^*"-* 

Beriner, Henry, blacksmith, r. 503 E. Elm /^^ 

Bennett, Mrs. A., wid , r. 109 N. Central ave ^Sj 

Bennett, A. C, elk., r. 712 S. Walnut MtI 

Bennett, Geor§:e M., (Knowlton & P)ennettj r. ^,OcS \\\^ 

High ^ 

Bennett, John B., contractor, r. 1 104 \\\ Springfield ave ^ 

Bennett, J. E., R. R. emp., r. 606 S. Vine Q Z 

Bennett, J. L., lab., r. 712 S. Walnut ||^ 

Bennett. Mrs. M. A., wid., r. i^io W. Stouirhton >^ I* 

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Bennett, S. P., drayman, r. 107 S. Urbana ave 2^5^ 

Bensyl, Lewis, lab., r. 303 W. Ater * r 

Benton, E. G., carp., r. 302 W. Ater S» 
Bernstein, S., emp. Nathan H. Cohen, r. 708 W. VAm 
BeSOre, C. A., lumber, grain and coal, 21 1-2 13 N. Market. I— J 

r. 208 S. Race *'^ 

Besore, George, retired, r. 508 W. Green {I_H 
Beverly, Dr. C. A., propr. Health Home, r. 1204 W. L^ni- ^ 

versity ave ^^ 

Bevins. John, lab., r. 1204 \\\ Hill HpH 

Bevis, Alvin, contractor and builder, r. 911 W. Green CjL 



Spalding's $2 Shoes 



for Men and Women combine the ♦ 
best service with all the style of 
higher pdced footwear. 

19 MAIN STREET, 
CHAMPAIGN. ILL. 



m mm mill and elekator, FLourFEi: meal etc. 

Telephone No. 158 Central. 
Established A. D. 1850. R. T. Robinson, Proprietor. \_} JPiJ3 JKT<IJ\ , I1_I 

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9 ^l^evis. Mrs. S. J., wid., r. 913 W. Green 
llUdvvcll (ieorge I)., carp., r. 1208 \V. Park 
'^ ilUlls, V. L., trav. salesman, r. 502 W. Elm 

c^ ^-l>ing. Hcnj., (J. Bing & Son) r. 406 W. High 

^ oHing, Miss Carrie, bkkpr., r. 406 W. High 
'S 2l>ing. J., (J. Bing & Son) r. 406 W. High 

CO olUng, J & Son (J. & Benj. J. Bing) grocers, 123 W. Main 
^ oBinor, L. L., merchant tailor, 121 W. Main. r. 504 S. Race 
'-a };{P)ird. John, fireman, r. 502 ¥.. Elm 

^ -Bishop, Mrs. Julia A., wid., r. Clark bet. Goodwin ave 
^^ u and Harvey 

,^^l'>lack, G. B.. lab., r. 303^^ S. Market 

^ :!Blackshaw, Dr. E., dentist, office Masonic bldg., r. 203 

^ z 1)11 sey iivc 

^ SBlair, Joseph Cullen, instructor horticulture. University of 

C3 Illinois, r. 141 i W. .Springfield ave 

Blaisdell, Erank, barber, r. 505 S. Mathews ave 
^^ l^lanchard, Arthur, lab., r. S'jy \V. Clark 
^^ Hlanchard, P. C, plasterer, r. cSo; W. Clark 

Bliss, George P., real estate and loans, 124 W.Main, r. S12 
^ W. Main 
f_^ Blodgett, Oza, foreman The Urbana Daily Courier, r. 107 

W. California 
^O Blue, Charles ()., mail carrier, r. 1 i 14 W. Stoughton 

lUue. J. P.. R. R. emp., 307 N. Race 
^ P.kie, T. k\, elk., r. 112 W. Park 
S?^ P)oas. William, lab., r. 301 E. Main 
^ BOggS, B. F., (P). 1'. Boggs & Co.) r. Si I W. Illinois 
^ Boggs, B. F. & Co., (B. E., V. S. c\: (). C. Boggs) real 
Qh estate, loans and insurance, rooms 2-3 Cantner block 



nil ^ M^ ^^ ^ ^i ^ ^A^ Challeng^es the world for Equal Quality 

lYlanspeaker coffee and tea. 



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WT\ PffTfF c.i.foN ) Wall Paper, Window 
W/k. miLL <^EState) ' Room Mouldings, Etc. 



Shades, 

Use the House and Villa Mixed Paints. 
John Price, Mgr. 1 6 N. Neil 5t., Champaign. j The Best on Earth ^^. 

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BO§:§:S, F. H., (Cunningham & Boorcrs) r. 80 1 W. Illinois ^d 
B0g:g:s, F. S., (B. F. Boggs & Co.")"r. 805 W. Illinois [^ 

B0g§:s, 0. C, (B. F. Boggs & Co.) r. 811 \V. Illinois O 

Bolton, William, lab., r. 106 N. Cottage Grove ave [T] 

I^>ongart, Charles A., oil keeper, r. Champaign ylQ 

Booker, A. j., carp., r. 702 E. California 

Booton, PVank, retired, r. 808 W. First (<P 

Booton, John B., painter, r. 806 W. First ^^ 

Booton, W. C, salesman, r. 808 W. First Lv 

Bowditch, F. D., teacher, r. 504 S. Vine L— j 

Bowman, Robert, trimmer, r. 408 \V. University ave ^^ 

Bowser, L. M., fireman, r. 909 \\\ Stoughton |TrJ 

Bowsher, C. A., pres. Bowsher Tellurian Co., r, 201 \\'. jl_J 

Careen >^ ^ 

Bowsher, Mrs. M. C, wid., r. 201 W. Green ^ 

Bowsher Tellurian Co., C. A. Bowsher pres., 201 W. 

Green b^ 

I)Oyd, A., real estate agt., 1 10 W. Main. r. 904 W. Clarkg^^- 
Pioyd, A. S., retired, r 215 W. Main S|| 

Boyd, Elzy, butcher, r. 1203 W. Clark ^g^S- 

Boyd, James A., emp. University of Illinois, r. 1203 W.Z ? 

Clark * -" 

Boyd, J. W.. justice of the peace, 135 W. Main, r. 707 W. g^ 

Springfield ave 
Boyd, Miss Minnie, laundress, r. 707 W. Springfield ave '"^ 
Boyd. Mrs. S. M., wid., r. 406 E. Oregon ^^ 

Bradford, A. F., R. R. emp., r. 403 E. Green ^— 1 

Bradshaw, Mrs. E., wid., r. 208 E. Green t^ 

Bradford, William C, lab., r. 403 E. Green ^^ 

P)raman, J. A., grocer, loii \\\ Main, r. looi \\\ Spring- irrl 

field ave 



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Dr. D. H. SHAFER, i^ifS"! Dentist. 

I2X MAIN STREET, CHAMPAIGN, ILL, 



J.fl.&A.R.Seott, 



REAL ESTATE 



LOANS AND INSURANCE 

21 MAIN STREET. 
^ BELL PHONE 1 77. CHAMPAIGN 

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rash, George W., painter, r. 203 W. Oregon 
rash, Mrs. Hannah, wid., r, 505 K. Illinois 
rash, Miss Mont., laiindrc^ss. r. 605 W. Stoughton 
rash, Oliver V., teamster, r. 507 \i. Illinois 
ratschi, H. W.. butcher, r. 701 S. Race 
"^ Braucher, Ralph Waldo, entomological asst.. University 

O of Illinois, r. 141 1 \\\ Springfield ave 
CJ Breckenrid§:e, Lester Pai§:e, prof, mechanical engineering, 
L nixersity of Illinois, r. 1005 W. Green 
Q Hrewer, Charles, R. R, emp.. r. 608 E. High 
^^ IJrewer, William, cook, r. 1206 \V. Main 
. P)ridges, C. M., chief elk., r. 512 N. Market 
r^ Rriggs, .S. C engineer, r. 212 W. High 

ri British-American Fire Assurance Co., H. M. Russell, agt., 

w^ 102 \\\ Main 
Vh r)roaddiis, Mrs. M. A., wid.. r. 919 W. (ireen 
Ih'ode, A. J., carp., r. 803 W. Illinois 



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HM IJronson, Miss Lilly O., nurse, r. 1007 W. Illinois 

^Hronson, Mrs. Xina, r. 1007 W. Illinois 
^ lirook, Grant, lab., r. 505 K. I^lm 
^t3 Hrookbank, lohn S.. farmer, r. 000 W. Main 
^^ Brothers, George W., yardman, C. A Hesore, r. 206 E. 
California 

^ Hrower, Mrs. M., wid., r. 1006 W. Illinois 

^ IJrower. M. L., student, r. 1006 W. Illinois 
yr^ Urown, Basil, deliveryman, r. 1003 W. Main 
b;^ Brown, C. M., deputy sheriff, r. 604 W. Green 
K^^ Brown, David C. brakeman, r 411 W. Green 

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Brown. J , student, r. 806 \V. Green 

lirown, Jesse A , lab., r. cor. Water and Race 



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REAL ESTATE 

LOANS AND INSUKANCE. 
4i> N. Walnut Street, CHAMPAIGN. 

PHOENIX 'PHONE 127. 



m. H. Goffman, 



REAL ESTATE 

and Insurance. Loans on City and Farm 
Property. 9 Main St., Champaign. 



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Brown, Matthew Brown, asst.. economics, University of 

Illinois, r. 804 \\\ Illinois j^y»j 

Brown. Mrs. Mattie, wid., r. 605 S. Market 

Brown, Samuel, teamster, r. 1206W. Beslin P© 

Brown, W. B., pastor Second Baptist Clnirch, Champaif^n, 

r. I 306 \\' . Stoiighton ^2 

Brown, W. G., county recorder, r. 806 W. Green i^ 

Brown, Warren H , student, r. 605 S. Market ^^ 

Brown, W.J. , R. R enip., r. 603 W. Clark "" 

Brownfield, Mrs. Emma, wid, r. 108 E. Oreo^on W^ 

Brownfield. J. V., lab., r. 108 E. Oregon ^^ 

Bruffett, David E., elk., r. 3 i i W. High ^- 

Brumley, A., lab., r. 506 Cunningham ave 

Buch, Fred. W,, butcher, r. 601 S. Urbana ave yO 

P)uchanan, J. S., retired, r. 501 W. California ^ P^ 

Buchanan, N. E., carp., r. 907 W. Stoughton 0) b—i 

P)uchanan, W. S., foreman, r. 406 E. Elm ^ w 

Burcham, Ike E.. engineer, r. 905 W. University ave 5 ^ 

Burchnall, William, propr. billiard room. r. 116 S. Lynn^ ^ 

Burgamont, Mrs. M , wid.. r. 408 N. Race 52 [? 

Burgstrom. A. T.. carp., r. 301 W. Oregon j o 

Burgstrom. C. W., carp., r. 812 W. Stoughton [Jj p 

Burk. Mrs. R., wid.. r. 1303 W. Hill H^ 

I^urnett, Frank, lab., r, E. California ^ <^ 

Burnett. Mrs. Mary J., wid.. r. 308 E. Oregon I ^ 

Burnham, Alton Cyrel, instructor mathematics. University> p^ 

of Illinois, r. 903 California ave -q g-* 

Burns. James, postal elk., r 116 W. Main > w 

Burrill & Davis. (Robt T. Burrill & Thos. J. Davis) 203-G) g 

205 S. Market • p 

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Thos. H. Trevett, 



Tin and Sheet Iron Work 

Wood Mantels, Grates, Etc. 
28 MAIN ST., CHAMPAIGN. 



i C. TUCKER, '"Sr- DKUGGI5T. 

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^ r.urrill Rolit. F.. (Hiirrill 8z Davis) r. 6.9 W. Hi.crh 

Burrill, Thomas Jonathan, v. prcs. l nivcrsity of II inois, 

'^ r. 1007 \\\ (irecn 

g Burt, Mrs. Isa, wicl, r. 708 W. Illinois 

^ Burt. James \V., elk., r. 604 W. Mini 
Burt, T. A., county elk., r. 507 W. Elm 
^ Busch. C. C. wks., C. r. P.usch. r. 4 1 1 \V. Main 

C^ Busch, Mrs. C. S.. wid., r. 411 W. Main 

^ Busch. Mrs. C. T., furniture, 21 1 VV. Main, r.41 1 W. Main 
^^ Busch, William, salesman, r. 41 i W. Main 
Busch, William L., student, r. 411 W. Main 

^ Busey'S Bank, (M. W. i^usey, pres: .S. H. lUisey, v. prcs; 

. . (ieorge \\ . Husey, cashier;) 122 W. Main 
So Busey Block, ii -122 W. Main 
^x Busey, I'Mward, farmer, r. S04 W. Main 

z^ Busey, George W., cashier. Husey's bank, r. 503 W. Elm 

^o^- Busey Graveyard, The near C. C. C. c\: .St. Louis, bet. 

01 Q-^ Central a\e and Race 

i/) J°l)usey, John A., farmer, r. 804 W. Main 

z ^i)usey, M. E., retired, r. 804 W. Main 
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Busey, M. W., pres. Busey's bank. r. 307 W. Elm 



Busey, S. H., v. pres. Busey's bank. r. 601 W. University 
^ ave 

Busey, Col. S. T.. r. n. w. cor. West and Main 
^y Bush, J. D , retired, r. ^08 W. California 
JTv Butler. J. H., lab., r. 503 E. California 

tX Buder, J. I., janitor Court House, r. 506 .S. Urbana av(! 
'^ I)Utder, J. W. retired, r, 41 1 W. Illinois 
QQ P)Utt, Walter, elk., William Cole. r. i 10 W. Main 

iUittons, hrank, teamster, r. 1304 W. Champaign 
• lUitts. R. W., elk., r. 206 W. Main 
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TfLH'HnNt SkVftr 16 Bell amj Phoinix. 

41 NEIL STREET, CHAMPAIGN, ILL, 



Dallenbacli & Boyle, 



C. A. Besore, 



LUMBER, SASH, DOORS, AND BLINDS. 
GOAL, LIME, BUILDERS' SUPPLIES, ETC. 

211-213 NORTH MARKET. 
'Phones 9 and 409. URBANA, ILL. 



Tucker & W'akemax's Urbaxa Uirectorv. 17 MH 
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Byerly, Rev. A. C, presiding elder, r. 808 \\\ Green ^ 

Byrd, J. K., blacksmith, r. cor. Vine and Green ^'^ 

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V^ADWELL, C., retired, r. 604 S. Broad t-t 

Cad well, W. H.. retired, r. 604 S. Broad ^ 

Caldwell, Edward J., student, r. Columbian Hotel O 

Caldwell, J., chief of police, r. 108 X. \\'est ff 

Caldwell. W. F., propr. Columbian Hotel, r. Columbian C/3 
Hotel n z- 

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Call, George, street supt., r. 502 S. Race L ^ 

Call, Mrs. I. S., wid., r. 106 W. Green %- \ 

Call, S. W., (Douglas & Call) r. s. e. cor. Illinois «^(: Raceg^ i. 
Callahan. ].. saloonist, 1 10 E. Main. r. 704 \\\ Main ^ cr 

Callahan, John F., elk., r. 408 E. Green |* "2. 

Campbell, H. B., R. R. emp., r. 809 \\\ Springfield ave ^j" g 
Campbell, J. A. & Co., flour and feed. r. 119 S. Race 1^^ 

Campbell, J. A., (J. A. Campbell & Co.,) r. cor. Illinois and | ^ 

Burch I'g 

Campbell, Mrs. M. P., wid., r. 930 W. Green Jg 

Campbell, P. S., foreman. Champaign County Herald, r.^?o 

601 \V. Illinois .2 ^ S. 

Campbell, Thomas, lab., r. 1307 \\\ Hill §p"^ 

Canady, Charles P., carp., r. 307 E. Oregon ^^ 

Cannon, E., moulder, r. 811 W. First pg 

Canady, F., butcher, r. 1303 \V. Hill Sw 

Canady. Scott, miller, r. 1303 \\\ Hill "S. 

Cannon, D. D., sheriff Champaign county, r. 510 W. "J^ 

Green ^ \ 

Cannon. W. H.. retired, r. 812 W. Illinois ^ \ 

Carlock, H. L.. elk., r. 114 W. Main > w 



Manhattan Dyeing and Cleaning Works/ 

'Phone Phoenix 152. 30 WALNUT STREET, CHAMPAIGN ILL. 



Knowlton & Bennett, P^.^.^^^T^ 

' We Lead in nvery Line 
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rj Carlock. Mrs. H. L., waitress, r. i 14 W. Main 
^'Carpenter, Grant, mi^r. livery barn. r. 103 \\\ Elm 

^y^j Carpenter. James, lab., r. 808 S. Hirch 
^^-^ Carpenter. John, horseman, r. 808 S. I^ircli 
^ Carpenter. J. M., prop, livery barn. 103 W. Elm. r. same 
;-^ Carpenter Shops, University of Illinois, s. s. Springfield 
ij 1 ave., foot of Romine 

C^ Carrier. William, lab., r. 704 W. University ave 
!^ Carson, r. H.. revenue officer, r. ;io W. Hiirh 
^ Caruthers. Joseph P.. R. R. emp.. r. 106 N. Orchard 
— Cary. Ed<,^ar J., plumber, r. 708 \V. Main 
^ Cary. Geor<re J., bartender, r. 70S W. Main 

-Ip- Cary. Geor<»-e R.. saloonist. 207 \\ . Main, r. 70S W. Main 

— ^ Cary, S. P.. fireman. Elm be»". Race and Market 

!>, c Cary. William, bartender, r. 708 W. Main 

^§ Casdorf. Charles, lab., r. 108 N. West 

'^ S Castorf, Mrs. Louis, wid.. r. 103 W. Park 

~ "^Cash. Henry, carp., r. 1207 W. Clark 

^>- Cash. John A., carp., r. w. s. Mathews ave s. R. R. tracks 

^ Cash, William. R. R. emp.. r. 1207 W. Clark 

■^ Chadwick's Bazaar, millinery and notions. (H. \\ . Chad- 

^ wick c\: W. A. bree) ii6V< S. Race 

(^ Chad wick. H. W., enorineer, r. 406 S. Race 
'\^ Chadwick, Mrs. H. W., Chadwick's I^azaar. r. 406 S. Race 

~ Champaign County Herald, (.M. X. Mathews' estate. 

.^ propr. ; P. A. Clark, e.xecutor; L. A. McLean, editor and 
, mi^r.: 1 lerald hV]'^ 

^ Champai§:n & Urbana Phoenix Telephone Co., 1 19 W. 

^ Main 



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""rS.Ts.!^^!!.': W. W. WALLS & CO. 

WHOLESALE *No RETAIL. 

Phones: I'liueiiix 77. Bell 167. S.-E. Cor. University Ave. and Market, CHAMPAIGN. 



See W/TT T TC^ Handsome ^^ Lt T ' 

WlLLlc) Stock of 1 able Linens 

Tucker & Wakemax's Urbana Directory. iq*^ 

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Chance, .A. C, marble and granite cutter, C. N. Clark & ^ 

Co., r. 406 W. Illinois ^i 

Chance, Mrs. .Alary J., wid.. r. cor. Babcock ave and street Si 

car tracks ^' 

Chapman, Mrs. Nancy, wid., r. 109 W. Water ^* 

Charles, George, blacksmith, r. 601 S. Market ^^ 

Chase, J. M., dealer in wall paper, painter, 109 W. Elm^J^ 

r. 1407 A\'. Springfield ave 
Chase, Mrs. .Sarah T., wid.. r. 141 1 W. Springfield ave |nT| 
Chemical Laboratory, University of Illinois, s. of Green ^ 

on campus ^ 

Cherry, William, retired, r. 722 S. Vine -^ 

Christian Church, Rev. G. D. Lawrence, pastor, s. s. ^ 

Main, head of Central ave Jrt 

Cincinnati Underwriters Fire Insurance Co., A. Boyd,^ 

agt., 1 10 W. Main __,__ 

Citizens' Building: & Loan Association, Robt. A. Webber, ^ 

sec, 120 S. Race § ^Z 

City Bakery. (Harry Stoltey, propr.) 206 W. Elm S?^ 
City Barber Shop, The (William Miller & John E. Feely)5|| 

Herald bldcr ' §^£ 

City Hall, n. w. cor. Market and Elm a 

City Meat Market, (T. J. Colvin. propr.) 103 W. Main —■— 

City News Depot, (F. W. P^oote, propr.) 112 S. Race ^ 

Clapp, J. G., photographer, r. io6 \\\ High *% 

Clark, A. J„ (Robinson & Clark) r. 2 i i W. Green ^ 

Clark, C. F., elk., r. 602 W. Elm M 

Clark, C. N., (C. X. Clark Co.,) r. 7 I 1 W. Green JT* 
Clark, C. N. &: Co., marble and granite dealers. C. N. Q 

Clark, 1). P. ]',agley & J. A. Chrk) 219-221 W. Main ^ 

Vk 

Rockland Shoes CnnlHinrt'c 1 9 Main street,* 



Spalding's \ 



for Men are the best made at A^ y\4^L\4.±ll\\ U CHAMPAIGN. 

$5. ror sale only at 



IHE mm MILL AND ELLV&TOR, flour;1ed;1Yl:etc. 

Telephone No. 158 Central. 

Established A. D. J 850. R. T. Robinson, Prop. \_JTRJ3JKJ>iIK, I1_T 

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G .20 Tucker & Wake.man's Uki5ana Dikk( torv. 

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^ 5Clark. IHetcher, wks.. Saffell & Co.. r. W. Elm 

v^ sClark, Cieorge H.. farmer, r. 506 s. Goodwin ave 

g JClark, J. A., (C. N. Clark & Co..) r. 212 W. Elm 

^ ^.Clark, Miss Myrta E., teacher, r. 506 S. (ioodwin ave 

"^ oClark. Oliver, delivery man, r. s. e. cor. Green and Market 

to nlClayton, Charles, telephone opr. r. 1 19 W. Main 

W zClements, Arthur, farmer, r. 205 E. Elm 

O 

15 ^Clements. Enoch, lab., r. 307 W. Oregon 
^ ^Clements, James, farmer, r. 205 E. Elm 
"^Clements, joscpli, lab., r. 20s E. Elm 

u wClementS, Miss Mate, compositor. The Urbana Daily 

^ s Courier, r. 307 W. Oregon 

b ^Clements. William, retired, r. 307 W. Oregon 

J2 "'Clendenin, Lillie Adelle, instructor, English Preparatory 
HH Scliool, Lniversiiy of Illinois, r. 928 \V. Green 

•^ Clendenin. Mrs. P.. wid.. r. 928 W. Green 

^ Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis R. R. Pas- 

^^ senger Station, John A. (ilover, agt.. Central ave and 
Qg C. C. C. »S: .St. Louis tracks. 

^ Cleveland, Cincinnati & St. Louis R. R. Shops, near E. 

^J Main and Wabash tracks 

^^ Clifton. Marion, student, r. 1205 W. Springfield ave 

Clift, Mrs. l^mma. wid.. r. 512 .S. Mathews ave 
^ Clinton, George Perkins, asst. botanist. Tniversity of Illi- 
— nois, r. 913 California ave 
is! Cloud, E. H., plasterer, r. 108 X. \'ine 
i^ Coffin. W. E., brakeman. r. 414 W. I'niversity ave 
^^ Cohen, Nat H.. cigar mfr.. 132 W. Main. r. 511 W. Him 
^^ Cole. Charles \V.. engineer, r. 112 W. Water 
H™ Cole, Miss Mary E.. dressmaker, 103 W. Main. r. 112 
^ \\\ Water 

^^" ^^ j0^ jt^ \ A^ wants everybody to try the famous 

illclnSp6clK6F ^Java and Mocha Coffee 



BOTH PHONES 97. 



W7M PPTTP T- * ^ A J Artists' Material, Stationery, 
W IK I r (Estate) I Glass, Brushes, Etc. 

John Price, M gr. i6 N. Neil St., Champaign. ' PAPER HA NGI NG »no DECORATI NG i^^^ 

Tucker & Wake.man's Urbana Directory. 21^^ 

Cole, W. M., poultry and fish dealer. 206 W. Main st., r. ^^ 

304 E. Main 
Collection Agency, The John White, (John White, propr.,)^g 

Kirkpatrick-Lindsey block ^— 

Collins. A. J., carp., r. 304 S. Grove ^^ 

Collins. Elmer P.. engineer, r. 603 S. Race r^^ 

Collins. W. G., farmer, r. 915 W. Illinois ^< 

Coleman, Mrs. A., wid.. r. 1304 W. Main ^^ 

Columbian Hotel, (W. T. Caldwell, propr.) cor. Race and ^ 

Main c5 

Colvin. H. C. butcher. City Meat Market, r. N. Race ?? 
Colvin, T. J., propr. City Meat Market, r. cor. California 

and Race S^ 

Comstock. D. B.. tinner, r. 310 E. Oregon ^^ 

Comstock. E., R. R. emp., r. 408 E. Oregon Sm 

Comstock, George W.. fruit vendor, r. 108 \\\ Water ^^ 

Conaway, Allen, elk. W. H. Beckwith, r. 710 S. Walnut ^.^ 

Conaway, Mrs. E., wid., r. 710 S. W alnut ^^^ 

Conaway, Miss Hortense. teacher, r. 710 S. Walnut ^3" 

Connor, C. E., (Peabody & Connor), r. W. Main S3" 
Conner. John, lab., r. 813 W. Clark 
Conner, Ray, fireman, r. 601 S. Market 
Conner, W. O., grocer. 116 S. Race, r. 902 Busey ave 
Conkle, John, carp., r. 502 S. Mathews ave 
Conkle, W. D.. elk., r. 502 S. Mathews ave 
Connerty, Hugh, retired, r. 210 E. Elm 
Connerty, James, lab., r. 307 E. Elm 

Connerty, James, Jr., lab., r. 307 E. Elm ^-^ 

Conover, W. S., carp., r. 807 W . Eirst " ^^ 

Consdorf, Peter, cigarmaker, r. 404 N. Race _^^ 



Dr. D. H. Shafer, 



DENTIST. ■ 

Teeth extracted without pain. 
J2j Main St...Chainpaign. 



]'n°rd°n°R»sroTT real estate 

J a \^ 11 IV %J\j\Jllj LOANS AND INSURANCE. 

♦«, 21 MAIN STREET, BELL PHONE 177. CHAMPAIGN. 
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<=>%2'> Tucker <^ W'akk.m.an's Uku-vna Dikkctukv. 

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^^Cook. John. lab., r. lo; W. I'ark 

^^^Coppock. Lee. fireman, r. bo i S. Market 

g^Corson, Rev. E. T., pastor I^Vee Methodist church, r. i 102 

«g W. Main 

I Corn. 1 lenderson. hib., r. 911 W. Sprinorfiekl ave 

t^I^Cord. Mrs. Xannie. wid.. r. 1202 W. Clark 

C ^Corkery. 1". W'.. veterinary surq^eon, 120 1{. Main, r. S14 

^— ^ W. Main 

Cosner. Mrs. Mary. \vid., r. 300 H. Main 
Cottrell. Robert, teamster, r. 1404 W. Dublin 

^QCOUrt House, s. c. cor. Main and Market 

Courier, The Urbana Daily, s. w. Love, editor and 

, ' propr., X. Race bet. Main and Water 

^ZII Courier, The Urbana Weekly. S. W. Love, editor and 

propr.. X. Race. bet. Main and Water 
C- — 3Courtne\-. Mrs. R.. wid.. r. 203 L. Kim 
Pp Courtney. William \\, foreman, r. 404 K. High 
S-I Cowley. James, retired, r. 202 \\. Water 

Cowle\-, Richard, lab., r. ^05 S. Crbana a\e 
^a^Crabtree. Albert, elk. J. S. Reimund. r. Si 1 W. Stouohton 
*^^Crabtree. j. A., elk., r. Sii W. Stoughton 
ooSCrabtree. V. T., painter, r. Sii W. Stoughton 
°°^^Craiger. Albert, lab., r. Sio S. Market 
-^Crawford, Mrs. M. A., wid.. r. 505 S. Race 

iCrain. Mrs. Mary A., wid.. r. 604 Huse\- ave 



PQCreech, Lafe, lab., r. 105 I^. Oregon 
; ^ Creek, |. 1'".. contractor, r. 411 W. ( )regon 
^^^Creiger. Charles, j)roi)r. restaurant, i iS \\ . Main, r. n. e. 
cor. ColcT ave. and Clark 

OOCrescent Pharmacy, The, ( I lan-y l ). oidham. propr.) n. w. 

• cor. Race and Fdm 

"^Tfl ckett & White REAL ESTATE 

'U UKVll a WW line, loans and insurance 

Phoenix 'Phone 127. 49 North Market Street. CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



01. H. Goffman, 



REAL ESTATE 

and Insurance. Loans on City and Farm 
Property. 9 Main St., Champaign. 



Tlxker & W'ake-max's L rbana Directory. 2j 

Cribbet, Frank, bartender, r. iioi Harvey 
Crimmins. Robert, boilermaker. r. 410 W. L'niversity a\e ^5 
Crossley, Dr. E. R., optician, room 6, Ijams block, r. same 
Crystal Lake Park, Market aud First P© 

Cummings, Andrew, shoemaker, r. 11 01 W. Stouohton ^^ 
Cunningham, A. E., elk. McClain & Downey, r. 608 E. !^J 

California ^Ta- 

Cunningham & B0§:§:S, lawyers. (J. O. Cunningham and ^ 

F. H. Boo-l:'s), room 10, Cantner block T!T 

—. >- 

J. O. Cunningham. Telephone Phoenix 457. F. H. Boggs. "^^ 

CUNNINGHAM & BOGGS, 

ATTORNEYS AT LAW, 2^ 

102 West Main Street, URBANA, ILL. B- 

_! L__co "^ 

Cunningham Deaconess Home and Orphanage, Mrs. c. P.^ S. 

\\ oodruft, supt., w. s. Cunninghani ave. n. ot city limits^ ^ 
Cunningdiam, Howard, elk. \\\ H. Owens, r. 502 F^.^ 

Green CD ffl 

Cunningham, J. 0., (Cunning-ham (S: Boggs). r. 922 W .^ ^ 

Green n ^ 

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Cunninoham. Miss M\rtle. r. 1106 W . .Sprinoheld aYe _i ^3 

. T ' l . . - 7Q 

Cunninoham. N. D.. shoemaker, r. 608 E. California '^ o 

Cunningham, Thos., R. R. emp., r. 505 F^. Elm j p 

Curfman. J. \\\. carp., r. 412 W. Illinois > ^ 

CurrY. F. D.. hreman. r. sos E. Careen ^ 

Cyclone, The. dry good's, etc. (E. \\ endling- and G. I.> p 

Girty). e. s. Market. 3 n. of Main Q ^ 

Czwski. Benjamin.' lab., r. 1408 W. Romine ^ p 

Czwski. John, lab., r. 1408 AW Dublin ^ 



UTOi n. TREYETT, picKwTcf bTcycues 

MAIN STREET, CHAMPAIGN, ILL. and BORN STEEL RANGES. 



S. C. TUCKER, ; ^'Z''- ; DRUGGIST. 

106 E. UNIVERSITY AVE., CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 

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^Ij 24 TucKKR t<: Wakeman's Urbana Uirectorv, 

p-* Czwski, John. Jr.. lab., r. 1408 \\\ Romine 
Czwski. Philip, lab., r. 140S \\\ Dublin 

^ DaIIU-XIU'RC. Charles, stripper, r. 506 W. Stou^rh- 
^ ton a\e 



Dahlenbiirij;". PVancis. cig"armakcr. r. ^o(^ \\ . Stou^hton 
Dahlenburtr, Herman, shoemaker, r. 60s ^^ • Stouijhton 
Dahlenburg. \\'.. butcher, r. 605 W. Stouq-hton 
Dair, (ieori^e B., porter, r. 204 W. Main 
I)al\-, Kdward. R. R. emp.. r. 209 \\. Main 
I)al\". James, retired, r. 209 ¥.. Main 
Daly. John. R. R. emp.. r. 10 r K. Him 
2^ Dal), Joseph. 1\. R. emp.. r. 209 H. Main 
Daly, Maurice, R. R. emp., r. 209 1^. Main 
Dal\ . Thomas 1"\, foreman, r. 40S 1''.. l^lm 
Daniels, Arthur Hill, asst. prof, philosophy, I'niversity 






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^Jz of Illinois, r. 702 \\ . dreen 

■ • m Darrah, W'm., xineirar and cider mfr., lis \V. Main. r. 

^ D 123 W . Main 

o l)auL;herty, 'I\ J., i^^rocer, 130S W. Main, r. i.-;oS W. 

Q- Main 



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Davenport, Eugene, dean. Colleo-e of Agriculture, I'niver- 
sity of Illinois, r. Experiment Station h'arm 
y Davis. C. R. R. emp.. r. 901 S. \'ine 



U^ Davis. Charles H., train caller, r. 611 W. (ireen 
QjJ Davis, Charles D., R. R. emp.. r. 504 \\. Him 
.^ Davis. H!d\yard. retired, r. 61 i W. (ireen 
/^ Da\is, V. M.. lab., r. 403 \\ . ( )reo-on 
^■^ Davis. George A., brakeman. r. 61 i W . (ireen 

• Davis. Miss Gertrude, telej:)hone opr., r. 901 S. \'ine 

'^ Dallenbach & Boyle, ?'«"?I,SJ*E 

41 NEIL STREET, CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



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CA RacAfa ^^^'' ^^^^^ Plaster, Cement, 
^ l\^ Ijw^lf I \jm '^^° BUILDING MATERIAL. 

A^wwvmw^ 211-213 N. Market. 'PHOlies 9 and 409. UrbanaJII. ^.^ 
Tucker & Wakemax's Urbaxa Directory. 25 fT 

Davis. H. C, carp., r. 403 W. Oreg-on h^ 

Davis, J. H., R. R. emp., r. 901 S. \'ine ^^ 

Davis, Joseph E., lab., r. 908 W. Stoughton 

Davis, Miss Nannie, teacher, r. 710 S. Race 

Davis, N. W., sand dealer, r. 910 E. Main (^ 

Davis, T. H., farmer, r. 710 S. Race "^ 

Davis, Thos. J., (Burrill & Davis), r. 710 S. Race ^ 

Davisson, Erank, machinist., r. 303 \V. Elm 

Dawson, Mrs. A. \\\, wid., r. 305 A\ . Elm 

Dawson, Earl, r. 305 \V. Elm 

Dawson, E^verette, tobacco stripper, r. 1005 \\ . Stough-S ^ 

ton ^ I I 

Dawson. Henry, teamster, r. 1005 \V. Stoughton ^ " 

Day. Wm. A., R. R. emp., r. 121 1 W. Clark f | 

Dean, Mrs. E., wid., r. n.ox W. Main ^ 3 

De Burger, Ernest, telephone opr., r. 509 University ave 3 §;.§■ 
Defenbaucrh. Gsoree. plasterer, r. e. s. Broad and limits" ?S 
Defenbaugh, William, emp. Enterprise F'oundry and Ma- -^^^ 

chine Shops, r. Broad and limits % ^ 

Deiibaueh. C. C lab., r. 406 E. Hicrh "L«^ 

Dehbaucrh. Miss Xellie, milliner, r. :;o^ E. Main z^B % 



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Defibaugh, Samuel, engineer, r. 303 E. Main g*5S 

Deitz. Mrs. Nannie, wid., r. 1002 \V. Main loL^ 



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Dempsey, Mrs. E., wid., r, ^01 P2. Green * rf' 

Dempsey, John, cigarmaker. r. 501 E. Green i oj 

Dempsey, Mark. R. R. emp., r. 501 E. Green ^^ 

Denmore, Henry, carp., r. 106 S. Lynn 
Denton. Charles, carp., r. 603 S. Market n 

De Rolf. Georo-e. elk., r. 116 E. Main > ^' 

Derrouo-h, A. D., mfr.. r. 10 v N. Central ave -a "l" 

^ '^ > CO 

Derrough, Miss ]. Maude, bkkpr., r. 103 N. Central ave 5^ Sr 

— = : :: 2 J" 

Manhattan Dyeing and Cleaning Works^ 

Phone Phoenix 152. 30 WALNUT STREET CHAMPAIGN ILL. 



Knomlton & Bennett, 



Druggists 

We lead in every line ue carry. 

Phones: Phoeiii.\4;i, Beri2io. 

URBANA, ILL. 

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O DerrOU§:h, Orville J., reporter Cha:niliiL,m Daily News. r. 

rA\ 103 \. Central ave 

vi^ Dewey. M. A., retired, r. 701 W. (ireen 
g De YoLiatr, Heary. ij^ardener, r. S. Market and city limits 
<^ De Youno-, Jacob, g-ardener. r. S. Market and city limits 
^ De \'oun!'-. Mathias. o-ardener. r. S. Market and cit\- limits 
^ Dickerson, Mrs. Leo. r. 902 \V. Stouo'hcon 
^ Dicken, Mrs. M. k\. wid.. r. 310 W. Cireen 

>-|Q Dickerson. Miles, painter, r. 905 W. Tniversit)- ave 
JjJ Dickerson. \V. H.. R. R. emp.. r. 905 W. University ave 

X Dickey. James H.. student, r. 3 1 1 W". Kim 
Dickey. Mrs. .Sarah A., wid.. r. 311 \V. I{lm 
ts" . Dietch. Sam. K. R. emp.. r. 20S S. Market 
-M .b« Dillon. C. C R. R. emp.. r. 108 X. Cottas^e Grove ave 
G g- District No. 4 (school), cor. Oregon and Hroad 
5^ Dixon, \.. lab., r. 1301 X. Champaign 
o ^ Dobbins. Oliver B. (White & Dobbins), r. 501 E. Elm 
♦sDohert)-. Mrs. Marw wid.. r. loS E. California 
^^Dolph, Ransom, moulder, r. 13 N. Race 
^ Doney, Lysander, retired, r. 701 W. California 
CJ Doney. O. K.. law student, r. 701 W. California 
O Donohew. (ieorge. merchant, r. 41 i N. Lincoln ave 
>— / Donohew, (i. H.. laundryman, r. soi N. Lincoln ave. 
1^^ Donohew, L. N.. laundryman, r. iioi \\\ I'niversity sve 
|c^ Donohew. Oliver, laundryman. r. 408 X. Central ave 

Doodell. C. C, trav. salesman, r. n. e. cor. Stoughton 
and Coler ave 
g Douglas cK: Call, coal dealers, (Samuel Douglas t^ G. W. 
^ Call) s. w. cor. Water and Market 

^Dougan. Elmer V., salesman, >L Lowenstern (S: Son. r. 
'^ Kirkpatrick-Lindsey block 



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[1ARD AND SOFT-COAL W W WfllLS I CO 

Delivered to all parts of the City. •» • '» • l\ L i.i—t—\J \X. \J\J » 

Phones: Phoenix 77. Bell 161. S.'E. Cor. University Ave. and Market, CHAMPAIGN. 



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Fine Grade IVlUSklN WTIJJ^' CHEAP. 
UNDERWEAR AT »Mmm*J 

Tucker & Wakemax's Urban a Direckjrv. 2; 

Douglas. Samuel, (Douglas & Call) r. 608 S. Market 
Dougan, Mrs. Thomas S.. wicl., r. 402 \V. Elm . . 

Downey, E. C, (McClain & Downey, ) r. 20S \\\ Cali- \mJ 

fornia L-^J 

Draper, Andrew Sloan, pres. University of Illinois, r. Uni- /O 

\'ersity campus 

Drill Hall, University of Illinois, n. s. Springfield ave. bet. QP 

A\^right and Romine 

Drury. Mrs. Alice, saleslady, r. 210 \\ . Elm hrj 

Duff, Mrs. M. E.. wid., r. 505 S. North ^^ 
Du§:an, Elmer, elk. Columbian Hotel, r. same 
Duncan. Charles, carp., r. 703 E. California 

Duncan, (3. ^I.. carp., r. 702 S. \^ine p^ 

Duncan, Ora M.. deliveryman. r. 301 E. Oregon hj^ 

Duncan, I. E., tinner, r. 702 S. \ ine "* 

Duncan. 'Sirs. Martha, wid.. r. 702 S. Vine ^ 

Dunlap, A., private watchman, r. 511 \\\ University ave ^ 
Dunn, Miss Ella, teacher, public school, r. 711 \\\ Illinois^ jz 

Dunseth. Mrs. E. J., wid.. r. 604 W. High ||^ 

Dunseth. J. M., student, r. 604 W. High >|| 

Durham. \V. M.. R. R. emp.. r. 11 11 W. Stoughton |^^ 

Dyer, Nathan, cook, r. Columbian Hotel r 

Dyer, Rose. cook. r. Columbian Hotel S^ 

EaKHERT, W. F.. R. R. emp.. r. 116 N. Coitage []^ 
Grove ave K^ 

Ealey, ]\Irs. \V. E., wid., r. 601 E. Oregon |— H 

Ealey. Rev. W. M., minister, r. 501 E. Oregon ^s. 

East Ward School, n. s. Urbana ave.. bet. Green and 



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Spalding's $2 Shoes 



for Men and Women combine the 
best seivice with all the style of 
higher priced footwear. 

19 MAIN STREET, 
CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



lll[ URBANA MILL UNO ELEVAIOR, FLouR^TEllEflL. etc. 

Telephone No. 158 Central. 
Established A. D. I.S50. R. T. Robinson. Proprietor. l_J I=? 13 A^ r^I A. , U I_. 



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^ <l-.asterm. Christ, lah., r. 207 W. Clark 
sl-^asterm, Peter, lab., r. 70; W. Clark 
^ xHaton, John, lab., r. 505 S. (ioochvinave 
^ „-Kaves. Mrs. Mary. wid.. r. 1405 W. Park 
^ oi:bert, Henry, R. R. emp., r. 1305 W. Clark 
^ iHbert. Henry A., photographer, r. 1305 W. Clark 

^ ^Edwards, PI, lab., r. 302 S. \'ine 
SKdwards, Henry, lab., r. 302 S. \'ine 
(^ wpAlwards. R. P., painter, r. 705 P^ California 

p^ |;;"E§:an. Edward, R. R. emp.. r. 307 X. Mathews ave 
^^Egan, Miss Daisy, laundress, r. 307 X. Mathews ave 
J> wEgan. \V. J., ciorarmaker, r. 307 X. Mathews ave 
G -Eiklor, P>ed. bricklayer, r. 504 S. Urbana ave 
^ ^Eisenbise. D.. carp., r. \o\ \V^ W. Main 
i/i ""P^kbom, Earnest, lab., r. 106 P^. Oregon 

Jq Polder, P>win. retired, r. 104 X. West 

Pdliot, Ale.xander. conductor, r. Columbian Hotel 

^^ P^lliott. James H.. contractor, r. 308 X. Orchard 

flg P^lliott. Omar, tireman. r. 403 PI. Elm 

-^ Ellrod, Mrs. Matilda, wid.. r. S. Race and city limits 

^J Pulsion, J. J., lab., r. 2 i i X. Race 

>m^ Enier\-, Joseph, teamster, r. 1208 ^^^ BesHn 

^^ En§:ine House Urbana Fire Department, P:im, bet. Race 

^ and Market 

^^ I'^nt^iish. Prank, elk., i i 12 W. IStoughton 

^ En§:ineerin§: Hall, University of Illinois, n. s. Green, east 

^^ ot Burrill a\c 

^ Enterprise Foundry and Machine Shops ( Phomas Wright 

^^ <!^ Co. ). office and shops, cor. Griggs and Wood 

^ b>mentrout, Miss Roza L.. elk. r. 308 Locust 

^^ Ernst, A. H., i)ainter. r. i loS W. Main 

32 ! 

l|lf^^4^^^_ i^ ^ Challengfes the world for Equal Quality 

JVIanspeaker coffee and tea. 



W/n Pff I TF . cof ofo ^ ] Wall Paper, Window Shades, 
W/\. IRILL ^Estate) f Room Mouldings, Etc. 

I Use the House and Villa Mixed Paints. 
John Price, Mgr. i6 N. Neil St., Champaign. 1 The Best on Earth , 

Tucker & \\'akemax's Urban. v Directory. 29I 

Esty, William, asst. prof. Electrical Engineering, Universit)* 

of Illinois, r. 905 California ave ' 

Eubeling, Fred E., supervisor, r. 116 \\\ Main ' « 

Everett, Henry H0U§:ht0n, associate prof Physical Train-| 

ing-, L'niversity of Illinois, r. 905 W. Green 
Everman, J. A., lab., r. 707 S. \'ine #"^ 

Eversol. Miss Bettie, waitress, r. CoUimbian Hotel ^^ 

Eversol, Miss Josephine, waitress, r. Columbian Hotel 

r AIRCLO, I. D.. farmer, r. 7.)9 W. Main J 

Fairchild, O. H., student, r. 1308 \V. Clark !? 
Fairfield, Geor§:e Day, asst. prof Romance Languages. ^g_, 

University of Illinois, r. 804 \V. Illinois aS 

Farr, Mrs. J. H., wid., r. 919 \\\ Green c=^ 

Feely, John E., r. no S. Lynn ^S 

Felix, C. E., retired, r. 606 E. High i* 

Ferrand, T. J., janitor, City Hall, r. 602 S. W^alnut -^-r— 

Ferris. Mrs. R., r. 1007 W. Main ^^^ 

Fetty, Luther, hostler, r. 201 E. Elm q^ 

Fielder, C. M., brakeman. r. 403 E. Elm Z^ 
Finfrock, Mrs. J. H..wid., r. 407 \\\ Elm 
Finnegan. Thomas, car inspector, r. 408 E. Main 
Fire Department, n. s. Elm. bet. Race and Market 

Fireman's Fund Insurance Co., M. s. Parks, agt., 120 s. 

Race 
First Baptist Church, (Rev. J. F. Mills, pastor) n. w. cor. 
Race and Illinois 

First Methodist Episcopal Church, (Rev. J. F. Wohlfarth. 

pastor) s. e. cor. Green and Race 
First National Bank. The, (P. Richards, pres.; F. m CTM 
Wright. V. pres.; Minnie \\^eber, cashier;) Herald bids 

Dr. D. H. SHAFER, {^^^^'] Dentist.' 

12>^ MAIN STREET, CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



J.A.&fl.R.Seott, 



REAL ESTATE 

LOANS AND INSURANCE 

21 MAIN STREET. 
BELL PHONE 177. CHAMPAIGN 



o ^-t ;o liiKik c\: WaIvKman's Ukhana Diri:(T()U\. 

d § First Presbyterian Church, (Rev. G. L. McXutt. pastor.) 

t/jH n. w. cor. (irecn and S. ( )rchard 
<Tj _, Fisher. Hcnrv, farmer, r. 7 i i \\ . .SpriiiL^'-rield ave 
•^ o I'isher. .Scott, student, r. 7 i i \\\ Sprinorfield ave 
I'iscus. John, carp., r. 901 E. Main 

(^ I'iscus. William, carp., r. 814 \V. I'niversity ave 

O I'isk, Albert, R. R. emp.. r. 1 14 X. Cottas^-e Grove ave 
\J l''itZL;erald, Mrs. l^llen. wid.. r. 402 \\\ Green 

I'itzgerald, James A., trav. salesman, C. X. Clark t^ Co., 

Q r. 40 1 \V. Green 
{j^ P'itzg-erald, J. W., brakeman, r. 301 \V. Ater 
, hitzgerald, Miss Mary, bkkpr., r. 402 W. (jreen 

r^ Muck, Miss A. 11., elk., r. Champaign 

f^ hluck. M. J., store-keeper, r. Champaign 
>«^ M\nn, Mrs. Bell, wid., r. 401 W. High 

5-1 l"l\nn. jay, R. R. emp. r. 401 \\\ High 
, ^ 1 h'oltz, F. M., carriage repairer, e. s. of Market nr. Water. 
HM r. 606 E. California 

,_^ I'oos, William, ]\. R. emp., r. 908 F. Water 
^ j^jFOOte, F. W., propr. City Xews Depot: also dealer in I)icy- 
^ TS cl(is, etc.. ri2 .S. Race, r. 601 W. l^lm 

GO <^ 

j^^^l-oote, Mrs. 11. D.. wid., r. 202 IS. Race 
Foote. Mrs. L. M., wid., r. 601 W. Elm 
;_, Foote, Ray, R. R. emp., r. 912 E. Main 
^ Forbes, Henry Clinton, Business Agt.. Librarian Univer- 
>^ sit\- of Illinois, r. 912 W. Illinois 

b^ Forbes, Stephen Alfred, dean. College of Science, r. 1209 
t^"^ W . Springfield a\ e 

♦ Ford. J. W., painter, r. 105 W. Oregon 

^J Ford, L. F., retired, r. 705 .S. Market 



^ ♦ 1-ord, Mrs. W, I., wid., r. 70^ S. Market 

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TaskettS White, 



REAL ESTATE 

LOANS AND INSURANCE. 
49 N. Walnut Street. CHA.MPAIGN. 

PhOENlX 'PHONE 127. 



01. H. Goffman, 



REAL ESTATE 

and Insurance. Loans on City and Farm 
Property. 9 Main St., Champaign. 



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FOSSler, Anna, Library Assistant, University of Illinois, r. ^ 

606 Huse)' ave L L" 
Foster. E.. retired, r. 512 \V. California 

Foster. William G., student, r. 512 W. California Qq 
Fowler, Byron, brakeman, r. 709 W. Clark 

Fox. Guy, electrician, r. 504 S. Goodwin ave ^H 
Fox, S. C. undertaker, 110 W. Main. r. 504 Goodwin ave ^^ 

Frame. Charles, lab., r. 407 E. Green j^ 

Frame, Mrs. Margaret, wid.. r. 407 E. Green ^^ 

Frame. Simpson \\\, teamster. C. A. Besore. r. 407 E. ^^ 

Green \^ 

Frame, S. \\'., teamster, r. 407 E. Green .^ 
Franklin, Frank, lab., r. 721 S. Market 

Franklin Fire Insurance Co., A. M. Russell, agt.. 102 w. ^ 

Main g 

Franklin. George A.. R. R. emp.. r. 912 E. Water q *~* 
Franklin, George W., marble, granite and stone setter. C.^ ^ 

N. Clark & Co.. r. 723 S. Market > ^ 

Franklin, R. .S., lab., r. 403 \\\ First if? 

Frankeberger, Benjamin, lab., r. 305 W. Oregon q) hjl 

Frankeberorer, E., lab., r. ;os W. Oreeon l| ri 

Frankenberger, Charles, plasterer, r. 107 W . Illinois n tr* 

Franz, Fred, R. R. emp., r. 402 S. Grove H ^ 

Frazey, Frederick L., retired, r. 1307 \\\ Main " ^ 

Frederick, Frank Forrest, prof. Art and Design, Univer-!^ p 

sity of Illinois, r. 604 S. Mathews ave > ^ 

Free Methodist Church, Rev. E. T. Corson, pastor, n. e.2 _^ 

cor. Sprincrheld ave and Babcock b ^ 

Free, Mrs. \\\ A., Chadwick's Bazaar, r. E. Main q C 

Free, William, farmer, r. 911 E Main Zp 

Freeman. Augustus, engineer, r. 5 1 1 \\\ University ave o 



Thos. H. Trevett, 



Tin and Sheet Iron Work 

Wood Mantels, Grates, Etc. 
28 MAIN ST., CHAMPAIGN. 



i C. TUCKEI, "Sir- DEUGG15T. 

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"L^ Freeman, Charles, teamster, r. 910 H. Main 

Freeman, C. ^'., lab., r. 1303 \\\ Main 
■^J hVeedman. M. .S., solicitor, r. F. Main 
r* Ireeman, S. H., bkkpr. Busey's Bank. r. 510 \\\ Univer- 
^ sity ave. 

Iry, Amos, painter, r. 515 W. I niversity ave 
^;^ hVyer, Mrs. F., wid., r. 302 F. Main 
O I'Vyer. Ebenezer, retired, r. h'ryer's jjlock 
t I'ryer, Ebenezer, Jr., brickmason, r. t!fo9 \V. Clark 
j*^ I'ryer, George, bricklayer, r. s. e. cor. P)abcock and Uni- 
versity ave 
^ bryer, Thomas J., brickmason. r. 403 \V. Railroad 
. . I'Vycr. Thomas J., harnessmaker, r. 403 \\\ Railroad 

00 Fuel. AL, R. R. emp.. r. 402 W. Railroad 

^ X .bug-ate, Dr. John T.. physician, 120 S. Race, r. cor. I)road 

2 -J and Hi eh 
-lO -b'ulton, \\. H.. lab., r. ;i6 Railroad 
^no-^ b'ulton. Mrs. Jane, wid., r. 207 S. Market 
(J) ^liilton, J. A., section hand, r. 316 Railroad 
2 ^Inilton James, machinist, r. 402 .S. L'rbana ave 

1 b\ilton. William, lab., r. 602 S. Market 

?" buqua. Dr. |. W'., physician, loi W . Main, r. 306 W. 
^ (ireen 

^G'ABHERT, GFORGF, teamster, r. .S. Walnut, nr. s. 
p^ city limits 

Cfa Gamble, G. R., i)hotographer, 21S W. Main. r. Champaign 
-^^ Gardiner, William, blacksmith, r. 403 S. Market 
/^ Garman, Isaac, plasterer, r. 1005 ^^ • Springfield ave 
'^ Garman, W. S.. retired, r. 108 W. Park 
• Gates. James. R. R. emp.. r. 706 I^. Main 



Dallenbach & Boyla 



DIAMOND MEAT MARKET 

'I TiLErHn\E Sv^tET 16 Bell aho Phoe.mx. 

41 NEIL STREET, CHAVIPAIGN, ILL. 



C A. Besore, 



LUMBER, SASH, DOORS, AND BLINDS. 
COAL, LIME, BUILDERS' SUPPLIES, ETC. 

211-213 NORTH MARKET. 
'Phones 9 and 409. URBANA, ILL. 



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Gault. Miss Bertie, teacher, r. 802 S. Vine h-j 

Gault, James, retired, r. 802 S. Vine ^^ 

Gaynard, Peter, R. R. emp., r. 403 E. Elm > 

Geiser, John, lab., r. 1301 W. Church ' ^ 

Gensel, Charles F., (McBeath & Gensel) r. 816 W. Clark O 

Gensel, Samuel, retired, r. 707 S. Birch ^ 

Gensel, Z. T., r. 1007 W. Springfield ave r^ 

Gensheimer, Joseph C, carp., r. 120 S. Lynn 

Gerbing-, H., blacksmith, 205 N. Market, r. 508 E. Illinois g. ^ 

Gere. C. C, jeweler. 130 W. Main, r. 608 W. Main 



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Gere, Frank M., mail elk., r. 211 W. High " 5: 

Gere, Mrs. M. S., wid.. r. 212 W. Elm ^^ 



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German-American Fire Insurance Co., H. M. Russell, '^^^ 

agt., 102 W. Main ^f$ 

Germania Fire Insurance Co., James G. Oldham. agt.,|^5 

124 \V. Main |-|> 

Gibson, J. M., asst. editor. The Urbana Daily Courier, r. sa? 

107 E. Illinois ?o^ o 

Gibson, Miles, engineer, r. 402 E. Illinois ^ePsJ 

Gilchrist. Mrs. H. S., wid,, r. 702 W. Main J*| 



en" 



Gill Building, s. w. cor. Main and Race 

Gill. Mrs. Hannah, wid., r. 802 \V. Green %.^ 

o 

Gill, R. Z., city engineer, r. 501 Busey ave 9t 

Gillette. George, r. 305 S. Walnut '"^ 

Gilliland, James C, harness maker, r. 106 \V. Park ?3 

Gillmore, Lawrence, fireman, r. 403 E. Elm —■ — 

Gilmer. A. J., lab., r. 1203 W. Champaign ^ S 

Gilmer, Elmer E., elk., r. 1203 W. Champaign "o*^^ 

Gilmer, R. W., lab., r. 1203 W. Champaign § ^^ 
Girard, Fire Insurance Co., M. S. Parks, aet.. 120 S. RaceZ^^* 

Girty, G. I., (The Cyclone) r. Columbian Hotel '>f^'ZH. 

Manhattan Dyeing and Cleaning Works^ 

'Phone Phoenix 152. 30 WALNUT STaEET, CHAMPAIGN ILL. 



KNOWLTON & B£ NNETT, 



DRUGGISTS 

) We Lead in Every Line 

.'Phones: Phoenix 451, Bell 210. URBANA, ILL. we carry. 
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'' ' 34 Ikkku «S: W akk.nlw s I kiiaxa Dirix iorv. 

f^j (iirty. J. F., elk., r. c. s. Market 3 n. of Main 

! (ilawe. Albert, barkeeper, r. 303 \V. Railroad 

ty^^ Cilawe. William, retired, r. 305 W. Railroad 
^^^ Glasco. -Miss Ella, teacher, r. 301 W. Orecron 
^ Glasco. J. W.. trav. salesman, r. 409 W. Railroad 
>-' (dasco. William, teamster, r. 4 1 2 W. Oregon 
J, , Glandt. August, cigarmaker, r. Champaign 
^ (deason, H. 1*\. lab., r. 212 W. Ater 
r^ Gleason, M. W.. carp., r. 212 W. Ater 
^ (denn. W. J., fireman, r. 701 E. Green 

— Glens Falls Fire Insurance Co., II. M. Russell, agt.. 102 

9: VV. Main 

■ ^ Glick. I'Vank, carp., r. 505 S. Mathews ave 

Glover, John A., station agt., C. C. C. & St. Louis, r. 30S 

- <- Locust 

^? Golden. Cecil, elk., \\. S. Golden, r. 402 W. University ave 
^ !2 Golden. E. S., hardware. 121 S. Race, r. 402 W. University 
~ ^ ave 

^ Golden. George, tinner, r. 402 W. L'niversit)- ave 
zif Golder, Georj^^e. druo- elk., r. 102 S. Grove 
^p Golder. Howard \\ .. engineer, r. 102 S. Grove 
r-v Goodman, George H., R. R. emp., r. 401 .S. Grove 
J Goodner. Charles, carp., r. 505 vS. ?.lathews ave 
^' Goodrich. K. G., R. R. emp.. r. 201 S. Race 
^ (ioodspeeds Contertionery. (L. H. Goodspeed, propr.,) 

^ I 25 W. Main 

^ Goodspeed. L. 11.. confectioner, r. 410 W. High 
r~ Goodspeed, Mrs. L. H.. Goodspeed's Confectionery, r. 
^ 410 U'. High 

^ Goodspeed, Miss .Stella, elk., (ioodspeeds Confectionery. 
C^ r. 410 W. High 

~ and'S:^.^;;: w. w. walls ^ co. 

■Phoni-s: piiut-nix 77^'Beii i6:. ' S.-E. Cor. University Ave. and Market, CHAMPAIGN, 



^^^ WILLIS' f^"tT Table Linens 



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Goodspeed, W. S., machinist, r. 513 W. University ave ^^ 

Gordon, J. F., carpet weaver, r. loio W. Main ^^ 

Gordon, John F., teamster, r. i3io\V. Clark ^f. 

Gorman, Miss Debbie, teacher, r. 708 S. Walnut ■^'■ 

Gorman, Mrs. Sarah M., wid., r. 708 S. Walnut ^^ 
Gossett, C. F., painter, r. 1305 W. Stoughton 

Goucher, Mrs. M. H., wid., r. 602 W. Stoughton f^ 

Graham, George Wasliin§:ton, supt. buildings and grounds, 

University of Illinois, r. 604 Busey ave hrii 

Graham, Robert, dairyman, r. 601 Orchard _j 

Graham, Mrs. S' E., wid., r. 405 S. Maple ^ 

Granger, Joseph, moulder, r. 811 W. Clark •^J 

Grant, Frank, lab., r. 507 E. California ^^^ 

Grant, Issac W., contractor, r. 1206 W. Springfield ave Jrt 
Grant, Mrs. N. S., wid., r. 305 W. Ater ^ 

Grant, Mrs. William R., r. 3c 2 W. High __ 

Grass, A., lab., r. 617 Cunningham ave w 

Gray, Albert, student, r. 706 S. Race S ,? 

Gray. George, R. R. emp., r. 706 S. Race S?? 

Gray, J. J., R. R. emp., r. 112 N. Cottage Grove ave >'^ | 

Gray, John, city editor Champaign County Herald r. 706^^^ 

Race * ?• 
Green, F. M., (F. M. Green & SonJ r. 501 S. Goodwin 

ave ^ 

Green, F. M., & Son, lawyers, (F. M. & Henry I. Green,) Hf 

Herald bldg ^ 

Francis M. Green. Henry I. Green. |^*1 

F. M. GREEN & SON, q 

LAWYERS. ^ 

Office, Herald Bldg., over First National Bank. URBAN A, ILLINOIS. "jy| 

Rockland Shoes CfinlHtnrt'c 19 Main street,* 



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Spaldlna's \ 



for Men are the best made at ^r M-'^M-'-l'* M ^ CHAMPAIGN. 

$5. For sale only at 






IHE URBMIft MILL UNO LLEHIOR, FiourFEElMM: etc. 

Telephone No. 1 58 Central. 

Established A. D. J 850. R. T. Robinson, Prop. l_JI=?I3/\>>IA, II_1 

1/5 • 

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^ <Green, Henry I., (F. M. Green & Son.) r. 501 S. Good- 

v^ 5 win ave 

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(^ ^Francis M. Green. Henry I. Green, 



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^ F. M. GREEN & SON, 

LAWYERS. 



W zfleury I. Breen, Represeniiiig ChampaigD Coiniy Herald. urbana, Illinois. 



^ Ul 

p/ KGreen House, University of Illinois, w. s. Hurrill ave n. 
♦^tt p^i't ot campus 

o «(ireen. J. D.. (Green & Post,) r. 202 S. Race 

§ cCireen, O. M., elk., r, 501 S. Goodwin ave 

^ oGreen & Post, (J. D. Green & H. G. Post,) plumbers, 

^ Knit^hts of Pythias' bldg 
•■^ Green, Samuel, carp., r. 908 W, Springfield ave 

"^ Greenawalt, \V. H., lab., r. 901 W. Sprincrfield ave 

^ Greene, EvartS BOUtell, prof history. University of Illi- 
^^ nois, r. 905 California ave 

fl^ Greenhalgh, Edward E., teamster, C. A. Hesore, r. 505 E. 
"^ California 

^^ Grien, Christian, retired, r. 1208 \\\ Main 
^^ Griffin, Mrs. Julia, wid., r. 316 Railroad 
^, Czriffin, W. M., lab., r. 1401 W. Dublin 
^^ Cirimes, E. 1^,, painter, r. 501 E. Illinois 
^i^ Grimes, Mrs. H., wid., r. 507 E, Green 
^ Grlndley, Harry Sands, asst. prof, chemistry, L'niversity 
^^ of ilHnois, r 918 W. Green 
^^ (iross, Adam, machinist, r. 402 S. Urbana ave 
^^ Grossbach, Carl. R. R. emp.. r. 905 E. Main 
■^ Grossbach, Carl, Jr., R. R. emp.. r. 905 E. Main 
^|j (jrossbach, I'Vank, painter, r. 905 E. Main 

^^ ^,^^^'1^^ wants everybody to try the famous 

UlclDSp6clK6F ^Java and Mocha Coffee 

* BOTH PHONES 97. 



Wn. FKICE 'Estate) \^%c^:^^^"'' 

John Price. Mgr. i6 N. Neil St., Champaign. ) PAPER HANGING and DECORATINGi 



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Grove, George, retired, r. 411 W. High 
Grubbs, J. P., carp., r. 303 E. Oregon 
Gulick, Rodney, nurse, r. 505 S. Urbana ave 
Guyer, William H., shoemaker, r. 702 S. Market 

IJ-AHN, FredH,, agt. Standard Oil Co., n 1206 W. Clark 
Halberstadt, Eli, propr. Union Roller Mills, r. 104 Central 

ave "^ 

Halberstadt, George, r. 906 E. Main "^o 

Hale, J. C, conductor, r. 207 E. Elm ^ 

Hall, Charles, lab., r. 911 W. Springfield ave «^ 

Hall, Miss Ella, dressmaker, r. 809 Springfield ave 
Hall, E. P., marble and granite cutter, r. 412 W. Univer-Sa 

sity ave ^3 

Hall, Miss Ella, dressmaker, r. 809 W. Springfield ave S- 
Hall, F. W., retired, r. 904 Busey ave ^= 

Hall, J. S., retired, r. 905 Busey ave I__ 

Halley, O. J., lab., r. 714 W. Elm 

Ham, William, foreman, r. 606 E. Main ^^ 

Ham, Willard E., drug elk. C. A. Hunt. r. 606 E. Main S3 
Hamilton, C. E , engineer, r. 301 W. Railroad 
Hamilton, Mrs. L. J., wid., r. 301 W. Railroad 
Hamilton, William, lab., r. 12 10 W. Hill 
Hammer, E. G., R. R. emp.. r. 508 E. Elm 
Hamson, Silas, tobacco stripper, r. Champ iign 
Hammond, M. B., instructor. University of Illinois r. So-| 

W. Illinois 
Handley, F. D., elk., r. 1201 W. Stoughton 
Hanes, E. D., (Harry & Hanes), r, 11 1 N. Central ave 
Hanes, Miss Ida, librarian Urbana Free Library, r. 211 W. CT^ 

Elm 

Htf tl H ^hafptr DENTIST. 

1/1 • U. ^1. ijU\li^l ^ Teeth extracted without pain. 

125 Main St...Champaign. 



I°n°(^°n°RAr(^TT real estate 

J liV^liiv %J\jKJ 1 i , LOANS AND INSURANCE. 

^^^ 21 main stpeet, bell phone 177. champaign 
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S^Hanes, Miss Ida R., city librarian, r. 207 W. FJm 
^P-Haney, James, lab., r. 713 S. Walnut 
g^Hank, William, elk. C. T. Ikisch, r. 903 W. Main 
I^SHank, William T., salesman, r. 903 W. Main 

[ Hanley. Thomas, lab., r. 1305 W. Park 
Id^Hanson, R. P., retired, r. 807 W. Green 

C 5 Harding-, I. N , retired, r. 206 W California 

^Hardwick, Jesse, teamster, r. 701 Cunningham ave 

Hardy, Mrs. A. E., wid , r. 1 106 W. Spri.igfield ave 

Hardy. Isaiah, R. R. emp.. r, 1205 W. Main 
^^Harrigan. John, blacksmith, ij2 E. Main, r. 605 W. High 

^Harris, A., lab., r. 13 10 W. Dublin 

[ ^ Harris George, emp. Enterprise F"oundry and Machine 
'^p Shops, r. 1 3 10 W. Dublin 

Harrison, L. A., telegraph opr., r. 511 W. University ave 
r 1 Harry. Miss P'annie, telephone opr.. r. 816 W. Main 
Pp Harry & Hanes, meat dealers (W. L. Harry and E. D. 
T"^ Hanes) 114 S. Race 

Harry. J. S.. plasterer, r. 1207 W. Main 
^^Harry, William, carp., r. 1208 W. Clark 
^^ Harry, W. L. (Harry & Hanes) r. 816 W. Main 
c^^SHart, Charles Arthur, systematic entomologist, Univer- 
oQcr> sity of Illinois, r. 917 W. Green 
_rHart, Mrs. J. E., wid., r. 917 W. Green 
^^Hart, Lydia Moore, artist, University of Illinois, r. 917 W. 



PQ Green 

; — I Hartford Fire Insurance Co., H. M. Russell, agt.. 102 W. 

'I^^g Main 

^Harting, C. lab., r. i 109 W. Main . 
COHarde. A. J., retired, r. 1306 W. Hill 

.Harde. Archie, lab., r. 1306 W. Hill 

"^ Ta ckett & White, REAL estate 

'** *^'*^** »»•*#* w^ LOANS AND INSURANCE 

Phoenix "Phone 127. 49 North Market Street. CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



m. H. Coffman, 



REAL ESTATE 

and Insurance. Loans on City and Farm 
Property. 9 Main St., Champaign. 



Tucker & Wakeman's Urbana Directory. 39 ^^ 

Hartle, Logan, student, r. 1306 W. Hill hb 

Hartle, L. J., teamster, r. 1306 W. Hill C^ 

Hartwick, H., retired, r. 718 S. Market 

Harvey, J. J., carp , r. IC07 W. Main P© 

Harvey, Miss M. G., bkkpr., r. 308 E. Main 

Harvey, W. T.. butcher, r. 705 W. Springfield ave Z2 

Harvy, William, butcher, Harry & Hanes, r. W. Spring- ^^ 

field ave ^^ 

Hauersperger, Doge, cigarmaker, r. 1007 W. Railroad ^IT 
Hauersperger, Peter, tailor, 210 W. Main, r. 1007 ^^- ^1^ 

Railroad -^^ 

Havard, W. R., retired, r. 810 \V. Oregon "• 
Havens, Charles H., steamfitter, Hubbard & Sons, r. i-^ 

Champaign f^ 

Hawkin, S. T,, retired, r. 1002 W. Green ^ S-. 

Hawkins, W. W,, fireman, r 112 W. Water 0) ^ 

Hawley, Charles, elk., r. 709 W.Clark Z S- 

Hawley, Frank, lab., r. 714 W. Elm 5 rt- 

Hawley, William, lab., r, 714 W. Elm ^ 

Haworth, Mrs. M. E., wid., r. 503 W. High ^ tjl 
Hayes, Miss Julia, wks. Creiger's Restaurant, r. 1006 E.3) o 

Main ^ ^ 

Hayes, James A., Janitor, r 401 W. Oregon -\^ 

Hays, Edmond, farmer, r. ;^6/ W. High ^ <^ 

Hays, Emmis, teamster, r. 105 S. Lynn I p 

Hays, John, B. lab., r. 1008 E. Main > §^ 

Hays, J. E., driver, r. 105 S. Lynn -p ^^^ 

Hays, J. W., r. 708 W. University ave ^ ^ 

Hays, A, F., retired, r. 708 W. University ave ^ C. 
Health Home, Dr. C. A. Beverly, propr., 1204 W. Univer-? 3 

sity ave o 



inOi n. TREVETT, pickwIcTbTcycues * 

28 MAIN STREET, CHAMPAIGN, ILL. and BORN STEEL RANGES. 



S. C. TUCKER, ; ^"J,^""' ; DRUGGIST. 

106 E. UNIVERSITY AVE., CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 

• ^ 

^^ 40 Tucker & Wakeman's Urbana Directory. 

^m Heath. Ira, conductor, r. C. C, C. & St. L. tracks, bet. 

Coler ave and Orchard 
^ Heartley. J. P.. lab., r, 1305 W. Hill 

5J Heath, \V. S., yardmaster, r. 306 Locust 

C^ Heeb, C. A., propr. Urbana Steam Laundr\-, r, Columbian 

Hotel 
^1^ Heeb, Frank, laundryman, r. 216 \\ . Main 

O Heffley. B. C, carp., r. 907 W. Springfield ave 

^ Heffley, G. S.. carp., r. 907 \V. Springfield ave 
nn Heislar. D. G., R. R. emp.. r. 602 \V. Stoughton 
Heller, Miss Bird, music teacher, r. 510 \V. Green 

^ Heller, James, lab., r. 706 S. Walnut 
Heller, losiah, retired, r. 706 S. Walnut 
2§ Heller, Miss May. laundress, r, 707 W. .Springfield ave 
,>< • Heller, Miss O. B., teacher High School, r. 510 W. Green 

^d Heller, Richard, drayman, r. 723 E. Green 
jjj^' Helt. John, shoemaker, 113 W. Main, r. 303 W. Oregon 
ffl«»-S Hendricks, C. L.. (Hendricks cS: Park) r. 108 E. Main 
« DC Hendricks & Park, blacksmiths and horseshoers, (C. L. 
z Hendricks and W. L. Park) e. s. Market, bet. Main and 

I Water 

Q. . 

Hendrix, Charles, blacksmith, r, 808 H. Main 
^ Henry, John, brakeman, r. C, C C. & St. L. tracks, bet. 
^ Coler ave and Orchard 
^^ llerbstriet. J. F.. merchant tailor. 113 W. Main. r. 402 S. 
#^ 13irch 

^2 Herrigan, John, blacksmith, Main, opp. Court House, r. 
^ 605 W. High 
QQ llerriott, ¥.. N., barber, r. W. Illinois 

Hess, Miss Amelia M., bkkpr. Baddeley & Barton, r. 405 
^^^ W. Green 



Dallenbach & Boyle, 



DIAMOND MEAT MARKET 



TufHom Sweet 16 Bell and Phoenix. 
41 NEIL STREET, CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



CA Racni*a ^^^'^ ^^^^^ Plaster, Cement, 
/%_ IfC^IIIC* '^^^ BUILDING MATERIAL. 

* ^^^ A^w^vm wy 2H-213 N. Market. 'Hinpes 9 311(1409. Urbana, II!. |_h 

Tucker & Wakemax's Ukbaxa Directory. 41 JT^ 
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Hess. Fred, deputy county clerk, r. 405 \\ . Green i-j 

Hess, Miss Jessie A., teacher Urbana Schools, r. 405 \\\^^ 

Green • > 

Hewes. Frank O., eno-ineer. r. -os W. California ' -* 

Hicks. Charles L.. barber, r. Champaign O 

Hicks, R. C \ardmaster, r. 407 \\'. Illinois ^ 

Hio-gins. Miss Rena, elk., r. 712 W . Stt)Ughton r-h 

Higgins, Miss Rena, saleslady H. C. Porter, r. 708 W. "♦ 

Main 
HiggfinS, T. I., compositor Champaign County Herald 

106 E. Oregon 
Hill, Mrs. E. H., wid., r. 206 S. \'ine 
Hilligoss, R. O , retired, r. 1302 W. Clark 
Hilligoss, S. J., lab., r. 1302 \V. Clark 
Hines, lohn, lab., r. 1302 \\\ Park 
HiSSOng, John L., prin. East Ward School, r. 505 S. Ur-|l.l 

bana ave o - 

Hissong, Thomas, elk., r. 404 \\\ University ave "j^^ 

Hntz, Stephen, baker P. E. Kyle. r. 503 X. Neil < ^ 

Hobart, Albert Claude, fellow College of Engineering, Uni- "^^ 

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Hoffman. Frank W., lab., r. S07 E. Main |l.^ 

Hoffman, Fred, plumber, Hubbard & Sons, r. \V. Main * d| 

Hoffman, Mrs. Jennie, wid., r. 807 E. Main ^ « 
Hoffman, William M., plumber, Hubbard & Sons, r. W 
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Hogan, Mrs. Ann, propr. boarding house, r. 211 E. Main> ^ 

Hogan, Walter, R. R. emp., r. 402 E. Green ^ -^ 

Holden, C. M., painter, r, 405 S. Maple _^______^ ^ ^ 

Manhattan Dyeing and Cleaning Works, 

Phone Phoenix 152. 30 WALN UT STREET CHAMPAIGN ILL. 



Knouilton & Bennett, 



Druggists 

We Ivact in every line we carry. 
■Pliones; Fhoenix45t, Bell2io. 

URBANA, ILL. 

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O Holden, Perry Greeley, asst. pmf. Aorricukural Physics, 
Q^ University of Illinois, r. 903 California ave 
>-^ Holderman, J. G., grain merchant, r. 308 Green 

^ Holland, I, M.. teamster, r. 802 S. Race 

<^ Hollensbe. E. H.. photographer H. C. Stephens, r. Cham- 

^ paign 

^ Hollis, WaUer, recorder's office, r. 2 i 2 W. Elm 

^ Holloway, T. N., retired, r. 308 N. Colerave 
^nQ Holloway, William E., R. R. emp., r. 908 W. Clark 

^ Holmes. C. II, City Clerk, r. 703 \V. Clark 
Holmes. Charles. R. R. emp.. r. 908 \\\ Clark 



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Holmes. Charles 1.. elk., r. 903 \V. Stoughton 
-C ^ Hopkins, Cyril George, chemist. University of Illinois, r. 



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c g Horton. Harry, lab., r. 512 N. Lincoln ave 
5 ^ HoLiser, Charles, tinner, r. W. Clark 

3 HoLiser. George S.. hostler, r. n. e. cor. Clark and lUisey 
♦v ave 
jrT^Hovey, Mrs. O. C., wid., r. 507 E. Green 
C2 Howe. A. S., R. R. emp., r. 306 E. Main 
d Howe, Edward Gardiner, principal Preparator) School, 
-^ I'niversity of Illinois, r. 1004 S. Mathews ave 
^Yj I lowc Lon, carp., r. 1205 ^^'' Stoughton 

Howland, Arthur Charles, instructor Ancient and Mediae- 
val i listory. University of Illinois, r. 905 California ave 
Hubbard, George David, asst. Geology, r. 403 W. Illinois 
Hubbard, George W., (Hubbard & Sons), r. 21 1 W. Elm 
^2 Hubbard, Harry T., (Hubbard & Sons), r. 306 W. Elm 
r^ Hubbard & Sons, (Thomas S.. George \V. and Harry T. 
^> Hubbard), hardware and plumbing, i 19 W. Main 

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Delivered to all parts of the City '» • '• • llill— 1— VJ \X \J\J » 

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Hubbard, Thomas S., (Hubbard & Sons), r. 310 W. Green 
Hubbart, Arthur F., farmer, r. 1007 W. Stoug-hton 
Hubbart, Mrs. P. F., wid., r. 1007 W. Stoughton 
Hudson, A., engineer Pumping Station, r. nr. Pumping L-*-J 

Station ^/Q 
Hughey, Thomas C, postal clerk, r. 511 S. Babcock ave 

Hunt, C. A., druggist, 121 W. Main, r. 40S W. Elm Op 
Hunt, Edward, cigarmaker, r. 103 E. Elm 

Hunt, E. W., farmer, r. 301 Coler ave Mrt 

Hunt, Mrs. J. E., wid., r. 1007 W. Green /— h 

Hunt, Leroy, yardman C. A. Besore, r. 108 E. Green ^^ 

Hunt, O. M., R. R. emp., r. 301 Coler ave ^^ 

Hunt, R. G., retired, r. 301 Coler ave ^S 
Hunt, Roy, deliveryman W. O. Connor, r. 108 E. Green ^Tj 

Hurd, J. W., plasterer, r. 802 E. Main . ^ 

Huss, J. R., retired, r. 711 W. Main ^ 

Huss, Marion, cigarmaker, r. 711 W. Main w 

Huss, W. J., elk., r. 10 10 W. Stoughton S ^Z 

Huss, W. W.. retired, r. 508 W. Elm |?^ 

Huston. Mrs., wid., r. 11 12 W. Springfield ave ^o^l 

Huston, Mrs. Sarah E., r. 502 W. High |^| 

Hutchins, F. L., (H. M. Shuck & CoO, r. 406 Birch * ^ 

Hutchinson, Henry, lab., r. 1406 W. Hill ^ 
Hutchinson, James, retired, r. 405 N. Market 

Hutchinson, Weaker, lab., r. 405 N. Market ""^ 

Hutsler, George, carp., r. 215 W. Main ^^ 

Hutsler, J. F., carp., r. 504 E. Green j— 1 

Hutson, Henry, lab., r. 501 E. California t 

Hutson, R, H., lab., r. 501 E. California ^^ 

Hyre, J. E., carp., r. 1211 W. Main i-jrt 

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for Men and Women combine the ♦ 
best service with all the style of 
higher priced footwear. 

19 MAIN STREET, 
CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



m URBUNA MILL IMD LLLVIilOR, flour:feed;¥eal etc. 

Telephone No. 1 5H Central. 
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hJ jlCKI'lS, James, lab., r. 211 X. Race 

♦75 lljams, i)cit, principal Third Ward school, r. 209 S. Race 
§ Sljams Block, 1 18-120 S. Race 

cljanis, j. R.. real estate, Ijams block, r. 209 S. Race 

+j olllinois state Fish Commission, Xat. ll. Cohen, pres.. 132 

4^ ^ \\\ Main 

tH zIngallS, Charles, laundryman. r. 303 N. Race 
^ I J;;jInL;"alls, V. A., painter, r. 303 N. Race 

^ "'Ingalls, \V. M.. painter, r. 209 W. Oreg-on 
PIh uj Ingle. 1^.. hreman. r. 308 S. \'ine 
^ttlnnes. Miss (irace, bkkpr.. r. 507 S. Market 

o jlnnes, John, foreman. C. A. Hesore, r. 507 S. Market 

^ i^Innis, Miss Grace, cashier, r. 507 S. Market 



ninnis, R. S.. lab., r. so6 K. Oree'on 



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^ Insley, Mrs. Julia, r. 310 \\\ Green 

•— ' Insurance Co. of North America, ii. M. Russell, agt., 102 

• rv N. Main 
■SC Ireland. Mrs. 1^., wid., r. ;o6 S. Walnut 
^^ Ireland, Miss Minnie, dressmaker, r. 306 S. Walnut 
^ Irle, David, lab., r 712 W. First 
^^ Irvin, Thomas, lab., r. 607 S Urbana ave 

^^ JaCKSOX. C. K . lab., r 1212 W. Tark 
^^ Jackson, Josi;ph. lab., r. 1212 W. Park 
^^ Jackson, Miss .Mattie. r. 509 W. University 
, ^^ Jackson, T. K., bkkpr.. W. H. Owens, r. 107 W. High 
^^ Jacobs, Jacob, lab., r. i 107 W. Springfield ave 
J^ Jahr. V. H.. contractor and builder, r. 303 S. Xorth 
^^ James, Albert, lab., r. 405 N. Market 
■^ James, E. K., engineer, r. 207 \\\ High 
^^ Jaques. Mrs, \\. J., wid.. r. 207 W. Him 

lUT ^T\0 f\f\^\/ fWt Challenges the world for Equal Quality 

IvianspeaKer coffee and tea. 



W/M PFTTF .-n 4 4 . 1 Wall Paper, Window Shades, 
W/\. rillLL ^Estate) ' Room Mouldings, Etc. 

i Use tht House and Villa Mixed Paints. 
John Price, Mgr. i6 N. Neil St.. Champaign. ) The Bes on Earih ^^__ 

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Jaques, Miss Minnie, r 207 \\\ P21in t^S^ 

Jarrett, Mrs. Frances, wid., r. 810 W. Spring^held ave ^^^ 

Jarvis, Chauncey T., conductor, r. Columb.an Hotel ^^ 

Jeakins, John, lab., r. ijo8 \V. HiU ™^» 

Jenkins, J. G., lab., r. 117 S. Lynn ^^ 

Jenkins, J. J., carp., r. 902 W. Springfield ave ^^ 

Jenkins, S. W., teamster, r. 1204 W. Main ^< 

Jerauld, Miss Grace, r. W. Illinois 

Jerauld, Murland, deliveryman, r. W. Illinois o 

Jerauld, Otis, mailing elk., r. 205 W. Illinois g' 

Jerauld, T. D., real estate and insurance, 120 .S. Race, r. --" 

205 W. Illinois s»>cr3 

Jerauld, W. \V., salesman, r. 205 \\ \ Illinois ca^ 

Johns, Tilton, porter, r. 119 \\\ Main SS 

Johnson, Miss Bell, seamstress, r. S. Market ^c? 

Johnson, Charles, tinner, r. 305 S. \\ alnut ** 

Johnson, Charles, switchman, r. 204 E. Green 
Johnson, Charles W., elk., r. 305 .S. Walnut ■* ^ 

Johnson, E. C, steamfitter, r. 608 S. Race ^O 

Johnson, Frank, carp., r. loi \\\ Main 
Johnson, Mrs. Frank, seamstress, r. 104 \V. Main 
Johnson, F. G., R. R. emp.. r. 601 W. Stoughton 
Johnson, Guy T., R. R. emp., r. 506 E. Green 
Johnson, James, retired, r. 402 S. Lincoln ave 
Johnson, J. H,, lab., r. cor. E. California and Maple 
Johnson, J. J., janitor, r. 506 E. Green 
Johnson, Joseph, R. R. emp., r. 402 S. Market 
Johnson, J. W., boarding house propr., r, 1304 W. Spring- 
field ave "J^ 
Johnson, R. B., retired, r. 310 W. California U^^ 
Johnson, Silas, farmer, r. 1206 W. Stoughton 

Dr. D. H. SHAFER, l^ifS'^l Dentist.' 

12^2 MAIN STREE.T, CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



J.fl.&A.R.Seott, 



REAL ESTATE 

LOANS AND INSURANCE. 

21 MAIN STREET. 
BTLL PHONE 177. CHAMPAIGN 



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C o I<^liri^o"> Wilber, machinist, r. 401 W. California 

w Oh Jones. Albert I\l . pressn^an, r. 1301 W. Stoutrhton 

^^ Jones, Charles, machinist, r. 401 S. Urbana ave 

*^"o Jones, Clarence, deliveryman, r. S. Walnut 

Jones, Frank, tinner, r. 704 S. Market 

^ Jones. H. v.. carp., r. 704 S. Market 

O Jones, J. J., barber, 125 W. Main, r. 910 W. Main 

\^ Jones, L. E., carp., r. 416 S. Walnut 

^_^ Jones, Miss Mary, dressmaker, r. S. Market 

Q lones, William, drayman, r. 707 S. Race 

^/]) Jones. William, Reftiscd Information, r, 107 N. Orchard 

, Judy, Edward, horse trainer, r. 704 S. Race 

rH Judy, L. C, horseman, r. 105 N. Orchard 

f^ Julian. E. W., salesman, r. 404 W. Elm 

v—^ Julian, Mrs. Mary, teacher, r. 404 W. Elm 

%^ lulien, Mrs. Martha, wid., r. S04 S. Goodwin ave 

, y^, Justus, Edward, engineer, r. 41 1 \\\ California 

hIh Justus. Mrs. Mary, wid., r. io6}4 E. Green 

^^ Justus. William, carp., r. io6>^' E. Green 
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.AISER. Oscar, clcfarmaker, r. Champaiefn 
^^Kaucher. J. T.. carp., r. 608 \\\ Orcq-on 

Kaucher, M. W ., contractor, 105 W. High, r. 209 \\\ High 
jJJ^ Kaucher, Thomas, carp., r. 608 S. Broad 
^ Kavanaugh, William Harrison, instructor mechanical en- 
^— H gineering. University of Illinois, r. 104 W. Illinois 
^^ Keegan, James, engineer, r. 30; S. Market 
•^ Keel , E. W., (Kec^l Hamum (^ Co.. Champaign.) r. 1304 

♦ W. Clark 

^-^ Keith. Martin, horseshoer, r. 105 W. Water 
^t Keith. Morgan, blacksmith, 105 \W Water 

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Taekett & White, 



LOANS AND INSURANCE. 
40 N. Walnut 5treet, CHAMPAIGN. 

PHOENIX 'PHONE 127. 



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REAL ESTATE 

and Insurance. Loans on City and Farm 
Property. 9 Main St., Champaign. 



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Kellogg, Edwin F., steamfitter, Hubbard & Sons, r. Cham- 
paign '^ 
Kennedy, James, blacksmith, r. 605 S, Urbana ave 
Keoppell, Henry, elk., Baddeley & Barton, r. 106 E. Main Q© 
KetChum, Richard Bird, asst. civil engineering, University 

of Illinois, r. 915 W. Illinois ^H 

Kerr, Thomas, retired, r. 702 N. Market L 

Kiler, Charles, (Mittendorf & Kiler, Champaign,) r. 104^ 

W. California aHH 

Kiler, Charles D., druggist, r. 304 E. Main ^^ 

Kiler. Mrs. Lottie, wid., r. 104 W. California 5^ 

Kiler, Miss R. B., teacher, r. 104 W. California 2^ 

Kimball, Robert M., tinner, r. n. city limits 

Kimball, William, tinner, r. 107 E. Elm ^ 

Kimball, Winter, tinner, r. E. Elm 8 

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Kinnear, S. D., carp., r. 304 W. Ater 0) 

Kinney, Mrs. Mary, wid., r. 207 E. Water ^ S^ 

Kinney, Mrs. W. H., wid., r. 1105 ^- Stoughton > p 

Kirby, E., patrolman, r. 405 E. Illinois Z n> 

Kirby, John, lab., r. 719 S. Market (0 fjj 

Kirby, Nelson, retired, r. 719 S. Market ^ ^ 

Kirgler, J., lab., r. 1407 W. Dublin n g^ 

Kirkpatrick's Department Store, (F. D. & S. A. Kirkpat-Hj t3 

rick) 1 15-1 17 S. Race "^ 

Kirkpatrick, F. D., Kirkpatrick's Deparjtment Store, r.^ p 

602 S. Race > ^ 

Kirkpatrick, Mrs. Gertrude, saleslady, r. 309 W. High ^ ,_^ 

Kirkpatrick, J. C, retired, r. 306 W. High > ^ 

Kirkpatrick-Lindsey Block, 1 15-117 S. Race n g 

Kirkpatrick, S. A., Kirkpatrick's Department Store, r. 50 iZ P 
S. Race o 



Thos. H- Trevett, 



Tin and Sheet Iron Work 

Wood Mantels, Grates, Etc. 
28 MAIN ST., CHAMPAIGN. 



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^m KHngelhoffer, George A. emp. C. C. C. & St. L. shops, t. 

406 E. Green 
'^ KHngelhoffer, L. V.. R. R. cnip., r. 406 E. Green 
C Klockner, August, carp., r. 503 N. First 
^ Knighton. George. R. R. emp.. r. 408 E. Main 
Knigliton, Walter, lab., r. 50S Cunningham ave 

^ Kni§:hts of Pythias' Building, 214 216 \v. Main 

^^ KnOWltOn & Bennett, (E. M. Knowlton & George M. 
^ Hennett) druggists. 137 W. Main 

on Knowlton, E. M., (Knowlton & Bennett,) r. 109 X. Cen- 
tral ave 

^ Koch. Malcolm, retired, r. 710 S. Market 
• . Koeppell. Henry W.. elk.. Raddeley & Barton, r. E. Main 
2§ Kofoid, Charles AtWOOd, zoologist. University of Illinois. 
, X . r. 909 California ave 

F.-iKrabbe. Charles, bartender, r. 106 E. Main 
;j2<Krabbe. Charles, barkeeper, r. Champaign 
'"'^^ Kramer. G. \V.. contractor, r. i loi Railroad 
CO c Kruse, Walter, r. 1003 W. Stoughton 



z Kyle. G. A., restaurant, r. 308 S. Market 

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I Kyle, p. E., bakery and restaurant. loi W. Main. r. 308 

.S. Market 



^ Kyle. T. B.. county surveyor, r. 502 S. Goodwin ave 



y J_^ACE\'. W. fames, engineer, r. 106 E. Water 



^^ Lackey, Mrs. Frances, wid.. r.. 201 E. Water 
On Lackey, Walter W.. R. R. emp.. r. 201 E. Water 
"^ Laird, Mrs. E., wid.. r. 1103 Railroad 
QQ Laird, James A., lab., r. SoS W. Clark 

Laird, Miss Maggie, proprietress boarding house, r. 204 
5 X. Coler ave 

<« „ . . « « .. DIAMOND MEAT MARKET 



Dallenbach & Boyle, 



TtLf'HnsE S\->ttT 16 Bill 4vj Phoemx 
41 NEIL STREET, CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



C. A. Besore, 



LUMBER, SASH, DOORS, AND BLINDS. 
COAL, LIME, BUILDERS' SUPPLIES, ETC. 

211-213 NORTH MARKET. 
'Phones 9 and 409. URBANA, ILL. 



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Lamb, Mrs. Amelia, wid.. r. 508 S. Goodwin ave t^ 

Lamb. Mrs. wid., Lydia. r. 606 E. California '^ 






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Lane, Edward. R. R. emp.. r. iio X. Cottage Grove ave 
Lanham. Mrs. Mary, wid., r. 603 \V. Stoughton 

Langhoff, Frederick T., R R. emp., r. 905 W. Main O 

Langley, Martin, cigarmaker, r. 106 E. W^ater ^ 

Langley, Milton E., cigarmaker, r. • r^ 
Lathrop, Ernst, elk., r. 918 \V. Illinois 
Lathrop, L. G., janitor, r. 918 \\\ Illinois 
Lauder, J. W., R. R. emp., r. 504 E. Elm 

Lauofhlin, Mrs. Marv. wid.. r. i ;o8 \V. Sprinorfield ave ^^Ht 
Laurence, Rev. G. D., pastor Christian Church, r. 1201 W. |!J 

Springfield ave ^'^ 

Laurence, Harry, lab., r. 1401 W. Dublin ^? g 

Lawrence, Mrs. Richard, wid., r. 712 \V. Illinois k*^5" 

Layfield, J. T., elk., r. 507 \\\ California ^w i^ 

Layfield, Jud., elk., r. 507 W. California ^^B' 

Lavton. B.. bartender, r. 1106 W. Stouohton I^-^ a. 

Leal, Miss Mary C, teacher High School, r. 926 \V.pi?g3 

Green 
Leal, Miss Sophia, teacher. High Scoool. r. 926 \\ . Grren 

Leal, Thomas R., r. 926 \\\ Green %^ 

Leasure. Edward, plasterer, r. 1203 W. Main Ps 

Leasure. Henry, bricklayer, r. 1105 W. Main "^'^ 

Leddy, Mrs. ^Margaret, wid., r. 401 E. Elm "3 
Lee, Mrs. D., wid., r. 2 1 1 N. Race 

Lee, Edward, engineer, r. 301 E. Elm H^r 

Lee, G. C, barber, 127 W. Main. r. 810 \V. Main f ^g 

Lee, George \\'., engineer, r. 615 Cunningham ave § ^^ 

Lee, William, lab., r. 504 Cunningham ave ?^5 

Lefever, Miss Ervilla, student, r. 920 W. Green !f.Z^ 

Manhattan Dyeing and Cleaning Works^ 

'Phone Phoenix 152. 30 WALNUT STREET, CHAMPAIGN ILL. 



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DRUGGISTS 

I We Lead in Every Line 
•'Phones: Phoenix 451, Bell 210. URBANA, ILL. we carry. 

LLJ 50 Tucker & Wakp:man's Urbana Dirixtorv. 

f^ Lefever, I. L., retired, r. 920 \V. Green 
j — Le Forgee, C, photographer, r. 702 \V. University ave 
(y^ Leming. A. P., (Miller & Leming). r. W. Oregon 
^•^ Leming, A. P.. caq)., r. 50,^ S. Urbana ave 
"^ Leming, P. G., carp., r. 210 S. Grove 
i^ Lemon, i\Iiss Alice, teacher, r. 406 S. Market 
il I Lemon. Mrs. J. A., wid., r. 406 S. Market 
'-^ Lemon. Miss Mattie, teacher, r. 406 S. Market 
|t!C Lemmon, William, carp., r. 1310 W. Champaign 
^ Lenham, Edward, R. R. emp., r. 603 W. Stoughton 
— - Lenham. Miss Rose, seamstress, r. 60; W. .Stoughton 
^ Leroy, Charles D., painter, 404 W. California 
-^ Leroy, F. ^L, retired, r. 404 \\'. California 
— ^ Leroy, J. C, plasterer, r. 305 W. High 
rfg Lettimore, Samuel, retired, r. 1408 W. Beslin 
gS Levy, J. T., constable, 105 W. Main. r. Fire Department 
^ K bldg 

~ ^ Lewis, J. M., agricultural implement dealer, n. e. cor. 
^ Market and Water, r. 500 \\ . Illinois 

=: Library University of Illinois, s. of Green on campus 

-—r Linemenn, Anthony, harness dealer, 116 E. Main, r. 303 

^ W. P1rst 
{J Lierman, Charles, cigarmaker, r. Champaign 

w Lindley, Dr. A. M., (Drs. M. & A. M. Lindley), r. 312 
^ W, Green 
^ Lindley, J. \V., farmer, r. 811 >^ W. Main 

^ Lindley, Dr. M., (Drs. ^L& A. M. Lindley) 401 S. Race 



r- Lindley, Drs. M. & A.M., physicians, 1 19 \V. Main 



^ Lindley, Walter W., postmaster, r. 503 \V. Green 



Lindsey Bros., real estate and insurance, (George W. and 
C^ '1\ H. Lindsey) Kirkpatrick-Lindsey block 

"^ a^dJ55.!f;j: \v. w. walls & co. 

■piioues; Phoenix yy^'Beii 16;. ' S.-E. Cor. University Ave. and Marl<et, CHAMPAIGN 



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The right kind of WHAPPERS at WjT J JQ' 

NO BETTER, NO CHEAPER. Ill 1 11 111 4/ 

Tucker & Wake.man's Urbana Directory. 51 

Lindsey, Geor§:e W., (Lindsey Bros.) constable, r. 714 

W. Green ^_^ 

Lindsey, Mrs. J. C, wid., r. 308 S. Walnut ^^ 

Lindsey, Mrs. Martha, wid., r. 714 VV. Green [^ij 

Lindsey, Robert, compositor, r. 307 S. Vine ^1^ 

Lindsey, T. E., (Lindsey Bros.) r. 713 W. Elm 
Lindsey, William, retired, r. 307 S. Vine ^^P 

Lippincott, G. W., retired, r. 605 S. Race 

Little, J. R.. retired, r. 205 W. Green , 

Little, Lewis, reporter, r. 310 W. Elm C 

Little, W. H., traveling salesman, r. 205 W. Green ^ZlQ 

Litder, Albert A., lab , r. 708 S. Race 
Littler, Miss Bertha M., bkkpr. Hubbard & Sons, r. 30 

W. Elm 
Littler, F. H., (F. H. & W. B. Littler), r. E. Main and ^ 

city limits 
Littler, W. B., (F. H. & W. B. Littler), r. E. Main and ^ i^ 

city limits ^^.^ 

Littler, F. H. & W. B., machine and blacksmith shop, 201 S§ £u 

N. Market >g;^B- 

Littler, VV, C., baggageman Columbian Hotel, r. 713 S. Z ? 

Market 
Lockwood, David, R. R. emp., r. loio W. Main ^ 

Loeb, A., clothier and furnisher, 102 W. Main, r. 408 W. 

Green 1—4 

Loeb, Oscar, salesman, r. 408 W. Green *^^ 

Logue, James, lab., r. 805 W. First H— I 

Long, D. C., insurance agt., room 9, Ijams blk., r. 208 ^ 

W. Illinois Q 

Long, Mrs. J. C., wid., r. 308 S. Race Hrt 

Loomis, Mrs. O. P., wid., r. 402 S. Race f^i 

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THE UReAiA MILL ANO ELEfAIOR, flouFfeed: meal etc. 

Telephone No. 158 Central. 
Established A. D. 1850. R. T. Robinson, Prop. l_JI=?I3Ar*-IA., Il_l 



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. 1 «t Lott, Ci. I^., enofineer, r. io6 h. Green 
na S Lott. Mrs. Sarah R., wid., r. 405 S. vine 

5 I Louks, J. 1)., R. R. emp.. r. 712 S. Vine 

<u„-Love, S. W., editor and propr. The Urbana Daily Courier 

(ji ° and The Urbana W'eekh- Courier, r. Cohimbian Hotel 

ui •" Lovett, Robert, teamster, r. 1404 \V. Dublin 
^ iLowe, William J., agt. Wabash R. R.. r. 303 W. Cireen 

2 ^l>o\ve, Frank, painter, r. 305 S. Walnut 
(^ H Lowenstern. M. & Son., dry goods and clothiers. (Morris 

(J^i Lowenstern and Monroe Lowenstern). 203 and 205 W. 

^ « Main 

^ ^Lowenstern. Monroe (M. Lowenstern & Son), r. 608 W. 

O n Elm 

2 " Lowenstern. Morris (M. Lowenstern cK: Son. r. 606 W. 
•-^ Elm 

^ Loyd. Mrs. Mary. wid.. r. 2 1 1 W. Illinois 
Aither. George, retired, r. 505 W. Main 
Aidwick. J. v., teamster, r. 906 W. Main 
>udwick, R. B., teamster, r. 707 S. North 
Aites. F. E.. painter, r. 1301 W. Springfield ave 
.yons. D wight, horseman, r. 1 107 W. Main 
.yons. T. W.. engineer, r. 403 E. Elm 
.ynch. Edward, brickmason. r. 912 E. Main 
.ynch. Mrs. Lena, wid., r. 602 .S. \'ine 
.)tle. George W'.. carp., r. 1002 W. Springfield ave 
.yde. James W., R. R. emp.. r. 1 101 \\". .Stoughton 
>ytle. Mrs. I'hoebe A., wid.. r. 1004 W. Springfield ave 

^ jYlCArLLY. John, brakeman. r. 703 W. Clark 

■" McBeath (^ Gensel. dr)- goods. (Marion McHeath & 

^ Charles Gensel) 126-128 W. Main 



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i Painters^ Painters* Supplies. 
Sole Agents for 
John Price, Mgr. i6 N. Neil St., Champaign. j The House and Villa Mixed Paints. 

Tucker & Wakeman's Urbana Directory. 53 

McBeath, Mrs. .Marion (McBeath & Gensel), r. 304 Uni-^2 
versity ave ^^ 

McCabe, H. J., conductor, r. 715 S. Market ^^ 

McCarty, Charles, fireman, r. 601 S. Market. ^^Z 

McClain. Allen, retired, r. 609 N. Main ^" 

McClain & Downey. (F. M. McClain & E. C. Downey) ^3 
grocers, 104 W. Main ^^ 

McClain, F. M., (McClain & Downey) r. 409^ W. Main'* 
McClain, Judson J., deputy circuit elk., r. 310 W. Elm «=" 

McClain. Mrs. D., wid.. r. 310 W. Elm § 

McClellen, Agnes, waitress, r. Columbian Hotel f^ 

McClellan, J., fireman, r. 209 E. High 

McCloud, Fred, lab., r. 203 E. Elm ^=s 

McCloud, Gus, lab., r. 203 E. Elm ^^ 

McClurg, John A., master mechanic, r. 809 W. Main ooS 

McClurg, Sheldon, fireman, r. 508 E. Green ^^ 

McClurg. W. R.. R. R. emp., r. 307 S. Walnut :^^ 

McCoole. E. H., painter, r. 302 \V. High -, 

McCreary. John H. fireman, r. 411 W. Elm Cy 

McCurnes. James, lab., r. 116 E. Main ^^ 

McCurnes, M.. lab., r. 604 S. Market 
McDemet, Martin, lab., r. 2 1 1 E. Elm 
McDonald, Mrs. John. wid.. r. 312 \\\ Elm 
McDonough. Thomas M., R. R. emp.. r. 205 \V. Water 
McElroy. retired, r. 1204 W. Main 
McElfi-esh. F. M., student, r. 604 Busey ave 
McFarland, Frank, plumber, r. S14 W. Clark 
McFarland, Mrs. H. F"., dressmaker, r. 814 W. Clark ^3 

McFarland, Robert C. retired, r. 814 W. Clark ^^ 

McFarland, W'illiam, fireman, pumping station, r. Cham CT^ 
paign ^ 

Ht? tl P ^hafptr DENTIST. 

Ui • l/« |lt ^JliCliulj Teeth extracted without pain. 

J2^ Main St...Champaign. 



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m (ft McGaughlan, G. E., eni^ineer, r. 914 W. Illinois 
.J z McGee. Fred ¥,, teamster, r. 107 E. Oregon 
<^ I McGee. F. W., drayman, r. 407 \V. California 
y^ - McGee, Sanford, deliveryman, r. 503 S. Walnut 
O f :\IcGee, S. J., elk., r. 603 S. Walnut 

Q S McGilvrey, John Edward, asst. prof. Pedacrocr) . r. 1006 

Z W. Illinois 

^ uj McGlaughlin, A. H., janitor, r. 1208 W. Stoughton 

tu ^ McGraw, Stephen, saloonkeej^er, Market bet. Main and 

^ 5 Water, r. 301 N. Race 

•i^ ^ incHu§:h, T. W., lawyer. 217 W Main. r. 2 1 5 W. Main 

0=^ a. McKee, James Harry, asst. mathematical engineering, 



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z: o I niversity of Illinois, r. 1304 W. Springfield ave 
^ J McKenzie. Arthur, cigarmaker. r. 301 N. Race 

McKenzie Bros., cigar mfrs.. Kirkpatrick-Lindsey block 
O McKenzie, James, retired, r. 309 N. Race 
^^ McKenzie. J. W., (McKenzie Bros.) r. 301 N. Race 
pi McKenzie, L. M., (McKenzie Bros.) r. 301 N. Race 
^?^ McKenzie, Mrs. M., wid., r. 301 N. Race 
^^^ McKinney, J. W., jailor, r. 302 E. Green 
0^ McKinney, R. A., brakeman, r. 121 1 W. University ave 

McKinzie, Duncan R. R. emp., r. 211 E. Main 

McLean, L. A., editor and mgr. Champaign County Herald, 
r. 412 W. High 

McLennan, A. R., lawyer. Kirkpatrick-Lindsey block, r. 
{/^ 406 S. X'inc 

^ A. R. McLENNAN, 

Kirkpatrick-Lindsey Block, ATTORNEY AT LAW. 

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and Insurance. Loans on City and Farm 
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Tucker & Wakeman's Urbana Directory. 55 

McLennan, Thomas, lab., r. 105 E. Elm 

McLennan. Mrs. S. M,, wid., r. 406 S. Vine C/5 

McMahon, L.s retired, r. 1407 W. Park 

McNevin. H. E., elk., Champaign Nat'l Bank, r. 402 E. ^® 

Green ,__ 

McNevin, H. P., boilermaker, r. 402 E. Green pbh 

McNutt, Rev. G. L., pastor First Presbyterian Church, r. ^ 

612 W \ California ^^ 

McQueen, Mrs. Anna, wid., r. 211 N. Race ^^ 
McWhorter, J. P.. miller, Union Roller Mills, r. 40S Uni- ^ 

versity ave .^ 

McWilliams, L., millinery, Ijams block, r. 3065^ S. Race 

McWilliams, S. P., retired, r. 608 S. Race hH 

McWilliams. Mrs. W. S.. wid.. r. 607 S. Race J!^ 

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Machine shops, university of Illlnois, e. s. Burrill ave O) ^ 

n. part of campus ^ ^ 

Madison, Thomas, propr. restaurant, 1004 W. Main, r.>^ 

same ^ 

Mao-oon, Georofe H.. steamfitter, Hubbard & Sons, r. (I) W 

Champaign j o 

Maguire, William, painter, r. 505 S. Mathews ave H ^ 

Maher. Mrs. Kate, wid., r. n. e. cor. Wrio^h; and Church. _|^ 
MaKemson, D, M., retired, r. 209 E. Illinois o 

MaKemson. W. G., student, r. 209 E. Illinois j p 

Mallow, Arthur. R. R. emp., r. 910 W. Clark > ^ 

Manchester Fire Insurance Co., M. S. Parks, agt., 120 S. ^ ^ ^ 

Race > g 

Maney, Edward, R. R. emp., r. 405 E. Green G) C 

Maney, Miss Maggie, laundress, r. 405 E. Green i^ p 

Mann. H. L.. R. R. emp.. r. 107 N. Central ave ^ 

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S. C. TUCKER, ; ^"J,^°~ , DRUGGIST. 

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^j{ ^6 Tucker & Wakeman's Urbaxa Directory. 

^1^ Manning-, Miss L., r. 104 S. Grove 

Manning, William, retired, r. 607 S. Market 
'Q Mansfield, William, bkkpr.. r. 211 N. Race 

JJJ Mapes, S. M.. R. R. emp., r. 201 S. Grove 

CS Markle, J. W'.. R. R. emp., r. 308 E. Main 

Marriott. V. M., retired, r. 506 W. Main 
J^ Marshall, W. j.. lab., r. 1204 W. Fiill 

>^ Martin, I). C, engineer, r. (04 S. Race 

^ Martin, I*\. carp., r. 105 X. Lynn 
QQ Martin, (i,. retired, r. s. e. cor. WVight and Church 
Martin. L. 1*., carp., r. 106 W. California 

^ Martin, Mrs. M., wid., r. 909 W. Stoughton 

• ■ Martin,. W. F., elk., r. 106 \\\ California 
®§ Martinie. Charles A., student, r. 1306 W. Clark 
,Xj Martinie, Dr. C. W., physician. Kirkpatrick-Lindsey block, 

Zd r. 1306 \V. Clark 
^^<i Martins, Peter, lab., r. 13 12 \\^ University ave 
^^<t Mason, C. H., r. 309 H. Illinois 

yj S Masonic Temple, 1 1 s-i i s W. Main 

2 Mast. H. G., farmer, r. 807 \\\ Main 

, ' ^ , 

1 Mathews, Clyde, student, r. 601 W. Elm 
Mathews, E. E., lab., r. 806 W. University ave 

^ Mathews. E. L., tel. opr.. r. 509 I niversity ave 
^ Mathews, H. M., compositor. Champaign County Herald, 

r. 503 S. Walnut 
Mathews, John H., propr. second-hand store, r. 802 W. 

'^<t Mathews. Mrs. M. j.. with, r. 806 W. I'niversity ave 
QQ Mathews. Mrs. M. \v., wid.. r. 601 W. Elm 
Mathews. Mrs. T., wid.. r. 503 S. Walnut 
Jl Maxfield, Mrs. E., wid.. r. 308 W. l-.lm 

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CA RacAi*a ^^^^^ ^^^^^ Plaster, Cement, 
l\ liU^III Wa '^^° BUILDING MATERIAL. 

. * -^^* A^w^v*wy 211-213 N. Market. 'PHones 9 and 409. Urbana, III. h-iH 

Tucker & Wakkmax's Urbana Directory. 57 J^ 
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Maxwell, William C, harnessmaker, r. T006 W. Stoughton i-j 

Medrow, Charles F., R. R. emp., r. 608 S. I'rbana ave "^ 

Medrow, John, R. R. emp., r. 608 S. Maple > 

Meneley, C. W.. musician, r. 1008 W. Stouo-hton ' "^ 

Merrick, Frank, road commissioner, r. 109 \\ . Park (^ 

Merriheld, Thomas, carp, and contractor, r. 202 W. Main ^ 

Messer, Charles, lab., r. 211 W. Green ^ 

Messick, B. M., lab., r. 306 S. Grove ^^ 

Metcher, John P., R. R. emp., r. 408 E. High ^ 

Meyer, Geor§:e Henry, instructor German, University of ° > 

Illinois, r. 912 California ave ^ ^ 

Millar, Clendon Van Meter, chief asst. Chemistry and^ > 

State Water Survey, r. 608 S. Busey ave ' ^ w 

Miller, Albert R. R. emp., r. 401 S. Grove J- ^ 

Miller, Albert B.. lab., r. 304 S. Vine |^g 

Miller, A. J., State's attorney, room 5, Ijams block, r. 1005 ||"*3- 

W. Illmois • :< w 

Miller, Charles A., lab., r. 707 W. Clark f | 

Miller, Mrs. Emma, wid., r. ^01 \\\ Green 3'"" 

Miller, George L., (Miller & Leming) r. 601 S. Urbana o:§ 

ave g-8-5 

Miller, George, R. R. emp.. r. 912 E. Main g*g.? 

Miller, Dr. Horace W., physician, room i, Cantner block, ;;>^ 

r. 601 \\\ Main ' g>i. 

Miller. Jacob, machinist, r. 1006 \\\ Stoughton B'^ 

Miller, Jesse A., deliveryman. r. 601 S. Urbana ? 8 

Miller, John F., Harness and BuQrcries, N. Race, r. 813 W. 

Main , g | 

Miller, Dr. Joseph T., physician, room I, Cantner block, > | 

r. W. Elm :^ "- 

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Manhattan Dyeing and Cleaning Works, 

Phone Phoenix 152. 30 WALNUT STREET CHAMPAIGN ILL. 



Knomlton & Bennett, 



Druggists 

We lead in every line we carry. 

■Phoiu's: I'hoenix45i. Bell 210. 

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O Miller c<: LeniiiiiJ^ (George L. Miller & A. P. Lemino^), 
^y^ plainini^- mill work, n. w. cor. Walnut and Water 
v^ Miller. W. M., barber, r. 104 N. Vine 

^ Mills. .Mrs. H. F., wid., r. 405 E. Green 

<^ Mills, Rev. J. F., pastor First Baptist Church, r. 403 \V. 

^ Illinois 

^ Miner, .Miss Carrie, r. 602 S. Urbana ave 

^ Miner, (irant. fireman, r. 602 S, Urbana ave 
^nQ Miner, W. L., propr. lixery stable. 204 E. Main, r. 602 

^ I'rbana ave 

Mitchell. Anthony, R. R. emp.. r. 208 S. Market 
Mitchell, Cieorge. lab., r. 208 S. Market 
"C . Mitchell, Joseph, lab., r. 20S S. Market 
^ .S« Mollendorf, Charles, painter, r. 401 S. Urbana ave 
c I" Monroe. Miss Bessie, r. i 10 Park 
5 ^ Monroe, George, ice dealer, r. i 10 \V. Park 
o ^ Monroe, Miss Renie. milliner, r. i 10 \\\ Park 
♦s Moore, Mrs. E.. wid.. r. 108 X. West 

^ Moore. Henry, lab., r. 1408 W. University ave 

^ Moore. J. I)., crayon artist, r. 108 X. West 

C2 Moore, Peter, retired, r. 50S E. California 

O Moore. Thomas, lab., r. 506 E. California 
>«• Moore. M. W.. prof, of music, r. 810 W. Springfield ave 
Moore. W. H.. janitor, r. 205 E. California 
Morgan. Mrs. Augusta, wid , r. 901 W. University ave 

l\ Morley, J. W., retired, r. 502 X. Lincoln ave 
^O Morris. J. H., retired, r. 507 W. Green 
^ Morris. X. S., retired, r. 501 W. High 

^ Morris, Stephen, plasterer, r. 107 S. \'ine "^ 

^Morris, Mrs. U. A., wid.. r. 107 S. \'ine 

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Tucker & Wakeman's Urbana Directory. 59 k^ 

Morrison, Georgfe E., city editor The Urbana Daily Cou- ^^ 

rier, r. 207 \\\ Green u_j 

Morrison, James. R. R., emp., r. 905 E. Water >— ^ 

Morrison, Dr. J. E., (Morrison & Smith) r. 207 W, Green Pj 
Morrison & Smith (J. E. Morrison & E. S. Smith), phy- /O 

sicians and surgeons, 2 1 r W. Main 
Moss, Charles Melville, prof. Greek Language and Liter- ^p 

ature, University of Illinois, r. 806 S. Mathews ave 
Moss, Samuel, fireman, r. 615 Cunningham ave ^J^ 

Motherway, Nick, painter, r. 212 E. Elm ^^ 

Mouncc, Thomas D., R. R. emp., r. 1107 W. Stoughton »— -1 
Mousel, John, lab., r. 1204 W. Clark fV 

Mullin. C. M.. elk,, r. 406 University ave rN 

MuUin, John, hostler, r. 201 E. Elm L-'-J 

Mullin, W. A., hardware and furniture, 214 W. Main, r. ^ 

406 University ave <^ 

Mullin, William G., special delivery messenger, r. 406 Uni- <^ 

versity ave 5 '^ 

Mummy, William, tinner, r. 405 E. Green So*g 

Munhall, James, retired, r. 612 E. Main >S^S. 

Murphy, Charles, elk., r. S. Market z ^ 

Murphy, James, elk.' r. ;^o^ S. Market ^ 

Murphy, Patrick, drayman, r. 309 S. Market §^ 

Myers, George William, associate prof. Mathematics and ^ 

Astronomy, University of Illinois, r. 601 W. Green ""^ 

Myers, Mrs. Julia, wid., r. 407 W. Railroad ^> 

Myers, William R., engineer, r. 107 E. High j*"^ . 

Nash, H. J., farmer, r. 705 W. Main O 

Nation, H., R. R. emp.. r. 109 N. Lynn ^D 

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for Men and Women combine the 
he^\ service with all the style of 
higher priced footwear. 

19 MAIN STREET, 
CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



IHE mm MILL m [mm, flour: feed: ieri etc. 

Te l eph one No. 158 Central. 
Established A. D. 1850. R. T. Robinson, Proprietor. LJF?I3 A.!^ A., II I_. 

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G ,60 TliKIK OV W AKl.M w"-- iKIiWA I )lRK(T< )R^■. 

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j_j < Natural History Hall, University of Illinois, s. of Green on 

»„^ 5 campus 

C J Xehlock. Mrs. lulith, wid.. r. S04 \\\ University ave 

.- Xelson, lames, retired, r. 412 W. l^lm 
ir ^ 

^g Nelson, John I^\. jeweler. \^:,\ W. Main. r. Si i W. Main 
^ b^ Neville. Albert. R. R. emp.. r. 202 S, Grove 
fTi z Neville. Carey, lab., r. 202 S. Grove 

8 Neville, C. W'.. R. R. emp.. r. 202 S. (irove 
f^ w Neville, Miss Jennie, r. 306 S. Race 
q/ h Neville, John ()., carp., r. 202 S. Grove 
^Neville. Mrs. \V. H, wid., r. 306 S. Race 
y w Neville. W. S., retired, r. 202 S. Grove 

g ^ New Jersey Plate Glass Insurance Co.. H. M. Russell. 

tj f aLit., 102 W. Main 
c/3 "Newton Charles, lab., r. 204 S. Race 
t—i Newton, J. R., R. R. emp, r. 50S S. \'ine 

^ Niagara Fire Insurance Co., ii. M. Russell, agt. 102 \v. 

JC Main 

Q£ Nichols. Dr. Charles A., physician. 304 W. Main. r. 104 

'^ Central a\e 

"J Nichols, lohn. brakeman. r. C. C, C, i^ St L. tracks, 

^^ bet. Coler ave and Orchard 

^t Nichols. William, retired, r. 412 W. Green 

Noble. 1'^. L.. baker, r. 409 W. California 

^^ Noble. Mrs. Maria, wid.. r. 40.) W, California 

^^ Noble. R. C. retired, r. (j2^^ W . Green 

f^ Norris. R. L.. lab., r. 7 i i S. Market 

^^ Norris. William, deliveryman. r. 711 S. Market 

^^ Norton. Mrs. Emma, wid.. r. 402 S. Race 

^5 Norton, Joseph, lab., r. 814 W. 1^'irst 



^^ 4 wants everybody to try the famous 

llIcinSp69K6F ^Java and IVlocha Coffee 

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W/M PFT TF Cof o.^ V I Wall Paper, Window Shades, 
W/\. rillLL ^ES^^t^* ' Room Mouldings, Etc. 

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Johji Price, Mgr. lO N. Neil St., Champaign. ' The Bes' on Earth pH_H_ 

TUCKKK & W'aKK.MAN's UkliANA DlKKCTORV. 6 I S^J 

O'BRIEN. Miss Nellie. 106 E. Water ^^ 

O'Brien. Thomas, carp., r. 11 11 \\\ Clark ^^ 

Oburn. E. A., carp., r. 1 104 W. Main ^^^ 

Oburn. Samuel T.. lab., r. 707 W. Stoughton ^" 

Oburn, W. N.. R. R. emp., r. 503 E. Illinois ^m^ 

Observatory, University of Illinois, e. s. College Drive, s. x 

of University Hall '^ 

B'Burn, A. J., retired, r. 707 W. Stoughton . ""^^ 

Odell, Walter, eneineer. r. 40; E. Elm e5" 

Oden. Miss Cinnie, r, 61; \\ . Stoiicrhton f^- 

Ogg. Mrs. S.. wid., r. 706 W. Illinois ^^ 

Oldham, Harry D., propr. The Crescent Pharmacy, r. 608 g= 

S. Busey ave ^^ 

Oldham. J. E.. retired, r. 60S Busey ave ^55 

Oldham, J. G.. propr. breeding barn. 15 N. Race. r. W. ^ 

Green -^.— 

Oldham James G., real estate. loa;is and insurance, 124 ^^ 
W. Main. r. 403 W. Green ^^ 

Oldham, Zach, drug elk. Wm. Simpson Drug Co.. r. 608 S*" 
S. Busey ave 

Opperman, Philip, retired, r. 401 W. California 

Osborne. Edward, lab., r. 1202 W. Beslin 

Osborn. D.. contractor, r. 1203 W. Stoughton 

Ostendorf, Charles, lab., r. 806 E Main 

Ostendorf. Henry, lab., r. So5 E. Main 

Ostendorf. William, lab., r. 806 E. Main 

O'Toole, Miss Bessie, teacher, r. 210 E. ^Nlain 

O'Toole, Edward, cigarmaker, n 210 E. Main 

O'Toole, Miss Maggie, tailoress, r. 210E. Main U^ 

O'Toole, Miss Mamie, saleslady, r. 210 E. Main 

Dr. D. H. SHAFER, ;^«lf;:r ! Dentist. 

12X2 MAIN STREE.T, CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



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LOANS AND INSURANCE, 

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>-. ^ () Toole, Michael, street jd iver. r. 210 E. Main 

W^ Owens. M. C. insurance aL^r.. r. 105 W. Illinois 

^^ ( )\vens, T. K.. painter, r. 10^ W. Illinois 

ag Owens, W. H., orrocer. I 15 W. Main. r. 2 i 2 W. (ireen 

S^ 1 ABST BREWING CO., \V Ula-n Becl^er. a^^r.. oFhce loS 
{J{J K. Main, warehouse Central ave and Wabash tracks 

Pacific Express Co., Isaac B. Smith, a-t.. 1 15 W. Main 
bcu^ Page. Mrs. Charles I*^.. plumber, r. 1008 W. (ireen 
,_1U^ Page, Mrs. Sarah A., wid.. r. icoS W. Green 
J Palmer. Mrs. H. M.. wid.. r. 602 S. \'ine 
< Park, Miss Kate, r. 207 \\\ p:im 
Ou Park, Mrs. Margaret, wid., r. 207 \\\ Elm 
S^ Park, W. L. (Hendricks cK: l^ark). r. \V. Water 
^^ Parker, C C. brakeman. r. 106 N. Coler ave 
pj(/) Parker, George. W.. Urbana Planing Mill, r. Champaign 
'"'q Parker, H. E., Erbana Planing Mill. r. 603 E. Main 
1^^ Parr, Samuel Wilson, prof. Applied chemistry. University 
Dh of Illinois 

§2 Parrett. X. S., carp., r. 605 W. Clark 

W< Parks Chapel, Rev. E. K. lowl, pastor, n. w. cor. Math- 
_,^_ ews and Springfield aves 

Parks. Milton S., real estate and insurance. 120 .S. Race. 

^ r. 810 W. Green 

^ Pasal, E. C. R. R. emp., r. 508 S. Race 
X-i Patten. A. S.. coal dealer. 206 N. Market, r. 905 \\\ Main 
^^ Patterson. Thomas, switchman, r. 703 W. I'niversity ave 
1^^ Patterson. W^illiam. farmer, r. 206 S. Market 
♦ Patton, William, R. R. emp.. r, 912 E. Main 
^J Paul, Charles, lab., r. 1202 W. Park 
^t Paul. George T.. lab., r. 1304 ^^^ Heslin 



Taekett & White, 



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Paul, John, lab., r. 1305 W. Dublin 

Paul, John G., R R. emp., r. 1301 \V. Main ^m. 

Paullis, Frank. R. R. emp., r. 402 E. Green 

Payne, Edward, barber, 10 10 \V. Main, r. 1004 W. Main Q© 

Payne, G. O., drug elk. C. A. Hunt, r. 311 \V. High 

Payne, Oliver, elk., r. 311 \V. High "H 

Peabody & Connor, shoe dealers (L. \\\ Peabody and C. L 

E. Connor), ii8S' Race ^^ 

Peabody, L. W. (Peabody & Connor), r. cor. Green and ^h 

Race ^^ 

Pence, William David, asst prof. Civil Engineering, Uni- !► 

versity of Illinois, r. 909 W. Green ^2 

People's Restaurant, J. W. Prickett. propr, 1 14 W. Main "* 
Perr, George E., farmer, r. 910 \V. Stoughton ^ 

Perrigo, A. F., retired, r. 607 Busey ave p 

Perrigo, L. D., Student, r. 607 S. Busey ave q) *~^ 

Perry, George, insurance agt., r. 103 W. Main ^ w 

Peterman, H.. engineer, r. 401 W. Illinois > p 

Peterson, J. F,, carp., r. 206 E. Illinois Z f^ 

Pettenger, G C, engineer, r. 306 \V. Illinois (0 h[j 

Ptisterer. August, retired, r. 907 \V. Green l| ^ 

Phillips, Mrs. Elizabeth, wid., r. 201 E. Elm H ^ 

Phillips, John, lab., r 20S E. Elm 5 t3 

Phillips, John L., shoemaker, 113 S. Rice, r. 1102 Spring-" ^^ 

field ave SL p 

Phoenix Fire Insurance Company, H.M.Russell, agt.,>§[^ 

102 W. Main 2 ,_j 

Piatt, Herman S., asst. prof Romance Languages, Univer- > ^ 

sity of Illinois, r. 930 W. Green q C 

Pickerell, Mrs. L., wid., r. 512 S. Mathews ave Z p 

Pierce, Alexander, barber, r. 810 \\\ Main o 



Thos. H- Trevett, 



Large Stock of Guns, Revol- 
vers, Ammunition, Etc 

28 MAIN ST., CHAMPAIGN. 



S. C. TUCKER, '"Sr- DKUGGIST. 

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^ 64 Tlckkr <& \Vaki:.ma.\'> L'ki:a.\a Directory. 

Imm Pillsbury, William Low, registrar, sec. board of trustees 

L'niversit) of Illinois, r. 504 W. Elm 
^3 Pipenger. I'Vank, carp., r. i.^io \\\ Main 
JJ Pittman, Charles, lab . r. cit)- limits nr. Birch 
^ Pittman. Frank W.,lab.. r. 806 S. Birch 

l^ittman, G. W., wagonmaker, 205 X. Market, r. 502 S. 
^^ Urbana ave 
CJ Place, John L.. farmer, r. 107 \V. Water 
*J^ Poindexter, R. M.. picture agt, r. 1 10 W. Main 
^ Police Department, headquarters. City bldg 
Poll, Chris, lab., r. 1303 \\\ Beslin 
^ Poll, Mrs. Mary. wid.. r. 121 1 W. Stoughton 

Porter. H. C. dry goods, 1 13 \V. Main. r. 408 Railroad 



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X , Posey, J. H., barber, r. 801 S. Race 
i J Post. H. G. (Green & Post), r. los W. Water 
-jO«£ Post Office, Walter W. Lindley. postmaster, n. e. cor. 
aJQ.| Race and Main 

w S Poucher, S. J., butcher, r. 208 ¥.. Green 
z "* Praeger. W., student, r. 914 W. Illinois 
Prater. J. R.. painter, r. 1307 W. Clark 
Pratt. ). C. bkkpr.. r. 1202 W. Springfield ave 

% President's House, University of Illinois, n. e. cor. Wright 

and Green 
l^restine. Frank, foreman, r. 309 W. Railroad 
Prestine. Joseph, compositor, r. 309 W. Railroad 
Presdne. P.. nttired. r. 309 W. Railroad 
"^ iVestine, Miss Nellie, seamstress, r. 309 W. Railroad 
on Prose, J. S.. wagon repairer and blacksmith, i 18 E. Main, 
r. los N. Central ave 






DIAMOND MEAT MARKET 

TELEPHONE Sv/teT 16 Bell aso Phoenix 
41 NEIL STREET, CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



Dallenbach & Boyle, 



C. A. Besore, 



LUMBER, SASH, DOORS, AND BLINDS. 
COAL, LIME, BUILDERS' SUPPLIES, ETC. 

211-213 NORTH MARKET. 
Phones 9 and 409. URBANA, ILL. 



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Prue, Fred, harness mfr., 129 W. Main, r. 409 W. Rail- C^ 
road ^^ 

Prustman, Mrs. C, wid., r. 1303 W. Stoughton ^ ^ 

PuCkett, J. W., propr. Peoples Restaurant, r. 114 W. Main J~* 

Pumping: Station, Union Manufacturing: Co., C, C, C. & o 

St. L. tracks, bet. Park and Church ^ 

PutofF, John, lab., r. 110 N. Cottage Grove ave <"[" 

UICK, Oscar, instructor, Physics, University of Illinois, § 1 5! 
r. 907 W. Green ij^^ 

Ri- o i 
ADEBAUGH, C. G., painter, r. 301 W. Illinois >|-^ 

Radebaucrh, S. R., lawyer, room i, Cantner block, r. 301 acZ, 

W. Illint)is i:l"? 

Radley. Mrs. A. L., wid.. r. 303 S. Walnut fn^ 

Ramsay, Mrs. Mari^aret, wid., r. 107 E. Water 5" 3.° 

<-> ' p p* 3 

Ramsire, Adolph, carp., r. 304 N. Lincoln ave Igj 



Raney, James, lab., r. 508 S. Goodwin ave e.|s 

Range, Stephen, teamster, r. 611 Cunningham ave p.-^ 

Rauch, William, lab., r. Gria-frs, bet. Central ave. and Wood 3^^- 
Rawski, Joseph. R. R. emp., r. 506 S. Market S,|. 

Rea, E E., morr. Wilcox's Abstract Office, r. 408 W. Elm ^^ 
Rea, J. J., law)er, 120 S. Race, r. 503 W. Main |-|* 

Rea, Miss Minnie, wks. Miss Mc Williams' millinery store, ^n 
r. 507 W. High ll 

Rea, Mrs. R. M^. wid.. r. 507 W. High -^ 

Read, Dr. Ira N.. optician. 13 10 W. Springfield ave, r. same H^S 
Redding, Miss Francis, saleslady, r. 212 E. Main ^^^ 

Redding. Thomas F.. R. R. emp., r. 212 E. Main o^^ 

Redding, Mrs. Thomat?;, wid.. r. 212 E. Main ?oi 

Reddy. John E., R. R. emp.. r. 307 E. Main ^Z|. 

Manhattan Dyeing and Cleaning Works^ 

Phone Phoenix 152. 30 WALNUT STREET. CHAMPAIGN ILL. 



KNOWLTON & BENNETT, 



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DRUGGISTS 

I We Leaxl in Every Line 
'Phones: Phoenix 451, Bell 2 JO. URBAN A, ILL we carry. 



LLJ 66 TucKKR & VVakkman's Ukhana Dikkctorv. 

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Q Reddy, W. A.. R. R. emp.. r. 307 E. Main 
L— Reese, A., retired, r. 410 W. Elm 
^y^^ Reese, Miss Addie, dressmaker, r. 410 W. Elm 
f>^ Regan, Mrs. John, wid., r. 1411 \V. Park 
-y^ Reimund, J. S., confectioner, 133 \V. Main, r. 307 \V. Green 
[-:T Reimund, Miss Lavanda, wks. J. S. Reimund, r. 307 W. 
Ml Green 

^ Reimund, Mrs. R.. wid., r. 307 \V. Green 
!^ Reimund, Solomon, confectioner, r. 307 W. Green 
>^ Reinhold, Dora, wks., Columbian Hotel, r. same 
•^ Renfrew, C. H., teacher, r. 604 \V. Main 
r::^ Renner, E. H. (E. H. Renner & Bro.), r. 201 E. Elm 

-ji: Renner, E. H., & Bro. (E. H. & s. W. ), livery, feed and 

— ^" sale stables, 206 E. Main 

-^ Renner, H. W., retired, r. 804 S. Race 

^1 Renner, S. W., liveryman, r. 102 N. West 

^^ Retzolk, Ered, lab., r. 307 S. Grove 

~'"^ Reynolds, I. W. (Armstrong, Reynolds & Wait), r. 21 i E. 

> lliu-h 

— pr Reynolds, Jay, elk., r. 2 1 2 E. Hi;^h 

— - Rhoades, Lewis Addison, associate prof. German Lancruage 

^ and Literature, University of Illinois, r. 912 California ave 

^vj Rice, Elzy, lab., r. 1205 W. University ave 

w Rice, Erven, lab., r. 1205 ^- University ave 

y Rice, J. T.. machinist, r. 1205 W. University ave 

-^ Richards, Clarence M., l)kkpr., Eir^t Xat'l Bank. r. 302 

W. Green 

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L Richards. E. A., R. R. emp., r. 302 .S. Grove 
^ Richards, P.. pres.. P'irst Nat'l Bank, r. 302 W. Green 
^ Richter, Albert, janitor, r. 7 i 7 .S. Market 
Richter. Alvin. lab., r. 717 S. Market 



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Wholesale and Reta.l T/ 1/ \WnTIO \ PH 

HARD AND SOFT COAL W W W A N A/ A 

Delivered to all parts of the City. »«• " • '»lll-l-W VA \J\J* 

Phones: Phoenix 77, Bell 187. S.'E. Cor. University Avc. and Market, CHAMPAIGN. 



The right kind of WHAPPERS at WTT J JQ' 

NO BETTER, NO CHEAPER. Ill ill Hi ^J 

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Ricker, Nathan Clifford, dean, College of Engineering, [^ 

University of Illinois, r. 612 W. Green ^^ 

Riley, Mrs. Bethiar, wid., r. 501 W. Main 5jL 

Riley, Clarence N., elk., r. 501 W. Main "fj^ 

Riley, Fred A., elk., r. 501 W. Main ^ 
Riley, N. A., propr. The Riley Shoe Store, r. 501 W. Main ^^ 
Riley Shoe Store, The (N. A. Riley, propr.,) 116 W. Main f^ 
Roach, F. M., brakeman, r. 206 E. Green 

Roach, George T., asst. store keeper, r. Champaign jnii 

Roach, Mrs. S., wid., r. 207 E. California ^^ 

Roach, S. E , plasterer, r. 701 E. California /*"* 

Roberts, Robert, R. R. emp., r. 308 E. Main ^ 

Roberts, Stephen, painter, r. 312 E. Water ^^ 

Roberts, Mrs. Stephen, wid., r. 312 E. Water jPjj^ 

Roberts, W. I., deliveryman, r. 702 S. Race "• 

Roberts, Mrs. W. D., wid., r. ,05 E. Main .^^^ 

Robbins, F. M., carp., r. 406 S. Maple Jj* 

Robbins, W. C, elk., r 1303 W. Church Q ^2J 

Robinette, J. C machinist, r. 401 S. Race So'^ 

Robinson & Clark (R. T. Robinson & A. J. Clark), real >ll 

estate, 116 S. Race 5^^ 

Robinson, R. T. (Robinson & Clark), propr. Urbana Mill r- 

& Elevator, r 307 W. Illinois -— ^-— 

Rogers, Miss Emma, r. 802 W. Illinois -^ 

Rogers, Henry, lab., r. 802 W. Illinois r^P. 

Rogers, James, lab,, r. 207 S. Market |^ 

Rogers, Wilson, retired, r. 802 W. Illinois W< 

Roke, William, teamster, r. 1208 W. Main -tr"^ 

Roloff, Charles, tailor, r. 104 E. Champaign O 

Romine, C. W., conductor, r. S. North st, bet. High and ^Q( 

Illinois 1>» 



Spalding's Shoes 



WEAR! 19 Main Street, 
BEST.) CHAMPAIGN. 



m mm mill and lllvaior, FLourFEETMEftL. etc. 

Telephone No. 158 Central. 
^ Established A. D. 1850. R. T. Robinson, Prop. l_JI=?I3 AISIA., IL_I 

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C .68 TucKKR & Wakeman's Urhana Dikectokv. 

1 cc Romine Dental Co.. Dr. S. A. Roiiiine. propr.. 122 W. 
^73 S Main 

^ I Romine, Dr. S. A., propr. Romine Dental Co.. r. 509 \V. 

^ „ Green 

rj Roney. J. K., painter, r. 106 W. \\'ater 

00 '^ Roney, W. A., painter, r. 106 W. Water 
p-j §Rose, F. M., R. R. emp., r. 112 S. Lynn 

^ SRoss, C. U., elk., r. 505 S. Walnut 
p/ H Ross, D. R., lab., r. 1410 W. I^esltn 

(J^^l^oss. Miss Kmma. elk., r. 201 E. Illinois 

y wRoss. John, merchant tailor. 105 W. Main, r. 201 E. Illinois 

^ uRoLighton. Joseph, deliveryman, r. 206 E. Oregon^ 

;3 „ Roughton. Samuel, engineer, r. 702 S. Walnut 

^ Roughton, S. J., carp., r. 204 E. Oregon 
*~^ Roughton, W. H.. deputy sheriff, r. County Jail bldg. 
"^ Rowe. William, lab., r. 307 E. Oregon 

^ Royal Fire Insurance Co., H. M. Russell, agt., 102 w. 

;aS Main 

Q£ Royal, W. S.. c»il dealer, r. 412 W. California 
"^ Royer, J. I)., miller, r. 307 N. Coler ave 
■^ Royer, Joseph, architect, r. 307 N. Coler ave 
^^ Royer, O. A., blacksmith, r. 807 N. Coler ave 

Rush, C. C, lab., r. 105 E. Elm 

Rush, David, lab., r. 814 W. First 
^^ Russell, C. M., real estate and insurance. 10 1 W. Main. r. 
^^ 309 W. (ireen 

^^ Russell. Cieorge, R. R. emp., v. 207 W. .\ter 
^^ Russell, H. M., real estate, insurance and pension attorney, 
^^ 102 W . -Main, r. soi S. Coler ave 



VISIT T \T '^n^r^f.^^^U^r for prices lower than the lowest. 
^'■^-^'' J^^ V ♦ lVlclli::>pC<:lJS.Cl ^ Imported and Domestic Table 
Delicacies at pleasing prices at MANSPEAKER'S GROCERY. Both 'Phones 97. 



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Painters, Painters* Supplies. 
Sole Agents for 
John Price, Mgr. i6 N. Neil St., Champaign. ) The House and Villa Mixed Paints. 

Tucker & Wakeman's Urbana Directory. 69 



OAFFELL. W. I. (Saffell & Co,), r. 702 \V. Green ^S^ 

Saffell. W. I. & Co. (W. I. Saffell & M. E. Smith), Fiirni- ^ 

ture, 1 18-120 W. Main ^^ 

Sa§:er, Fred Anson, asst. prof. Physics. University of Illi- l~ 

nois, r. 502 W. Elm ^2 

Sale, Dr. Frank 0., dentist, 137 W. Main, r. 106 N. West 5^ 
Salisbury, Melvin, bartender, r. 201 E. High ^" 

Sampson, Charles L., student, r. 202 Busey ave ""i^ 

Sampson, E. W.. propr. Town Market, 135 W. Main, r. 3 

203 S. Race 53 

Sampson, Mrs. E. W., wks. Town Market, r. 203 S. Race 
Sampson, George R., student, r. 202 Busey ave ^S 

Sampson, Miss Mabel, saleslady, r. 203 S. Race S 

Sampson, Nelson, farmer, r. 202 Busey ave gg^ 

Sands, H. C, R. R. emp., r. 404 W. Green ^= 

Sanger, Miss L. M., photographer, G. R. Gamble, r. Z_^ 

Champaign _ 

Sandwell, Martin, carp., r. 1407 W. Church ^^ 

Savage, J. H., deputy county treasurer, r. 605 W. Main CO 
Saylor, Warren, brakeman, r. 301 \\\ High 
Scanlon, John, conductor, r. Columbian Hotel 
Scroggin, J. G., upholsterer and repairer, room 7 Ijams" 

block, r. 7^5 University ave 
Scroggins, George, lab., r. 1204 W University ave 
Scroggins. Joseph, lab., r. 707 \\\ University ave 
Schacht, Frederick William, fellow. College of Science, r. 

7 1 1 \\\ Illinois 
Scheie, Mrs. Nora, propr. Scheie's Restaurant, 102 W. ^^ 

Main, r. same CT^ 

Schernan, Charles, retired, r. 305 W. First 

Utr 11 H ^shafptr DENTIST. 

1/1 • l/« |1« ^i/liCilvl^ Teeth extracted without pain. 

I2A Main St...Champaign. 



l°n»(^»n°lt»WFT REAL ESTATE 

J liV^li IV «JV>W 1 1 , LOANS AND INSURANCE. 
21 MAIN STREET, BELL PHONE 177. CHAMPAIGN 

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J~^ 7o Tucker & W'akeman's Urdana Directory. 

in yj Schiller, Mrs. B.. wid., r. 304 W. Elm 

-_3 z Schiller, Miss Rose, bkkpr., r. 304 W. Kim 

<^ I Schilling, A. J., lab., r. 206 Coler ave 

j^ - Schilling, B. L).. lab., r. 1209 \V. Stoughton 

O J Schilling. F. E., lab., r. 206 Coler ave 

Q 2 Schilling. Robert H., butcher, r. 206 Coler ave 

Z Schlorff. Charles, shoe dealer, i 12 \V. Main, r, same 

2^ u Schlorff. Charles, carp., r. 608 E. High 

tu ^ Schlorff, Fred, carp., r. 506 S. Market 

^ 5 Schlorff, Miss Ida. seamstress, r. 506 S. Market 

1^ ^ Schneider, Lawrence, car inspector, r. 802 E. Green 

ccS Q. Schoon. John G.. carp., r. 118 S. Lynn 

Z o Schire, Chris, retired, r. 211 E. Main 

Q J Schriver, William, cigarmaker. r. Champaign 

Schrader. \V. J.. R. R emp.. r. 402 E. High 
Q Schultz. Edward, R. R. emp.. r. 802 E. Main 
•^ Schuknecht, John, retired, r. 713 S. Vine 
^T Schwartz, Miss Eliza, r. 1409 W. Park 
'■^^ Schwartz. George, saloonist. 106 E. Main. r. 307 \V. Rail- 
I-LJ road 

PQ Sease. William. R R. emp., r. 20S E. Main 
I— ] Seastone, Charles Victor, asst. Theoretical and Applied 
►-,.,^ Mechanics, Unixersity of Illinois, r. 307 W. Green 
.^^ Second Baptist Church, Rev. W. B. Brown, pastor, n. s. 

!•:. Clark bet. l^fth and Sixth 
\/^ Sedam. Mrs. N. A., wid., r. 1409 W. Park 

Seims, John, cigarmaker, r. 1405 \\ . Church 
^,!I Sell, Charles, carp., r. 307 S. Market 

•■^^ Sell, Miss Stella, compositor. The Urbana Daily Courier, 
_, r. 1204 W. Hill 
;j^ Sells. N., lab, r. 1204 W. Hill 

""' Lockett & White, REAL estate 

^^Wfiwcc %*i mmi,m.%yf LOANS AND INSURANCE 

Phoenix Phone 127. 49 North Market Street. CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



(II. H. Goffman, 



REAL ESTATE 

and Insurance. Loans on City and Farm 
Property. 9 Main St., Champaign. 



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Sellers, M. D. L., retired, r. 406 W. Green 

Servey, F. W., cigar mfr., 10 10 \V. Main. r. same '^g^ 

Sharp, Z. F., engineer, r. 402 S. Vine 

Shaffer, H. Y., carp., r. 312 W. Calirornia P© 

Shaeffer. J. A., lab., r. 311 N. Busey ave 

Shaw. E. A., retired, r. 702 W. Main !|2 

Shaw, E. M.. teamster, r. 1404 \\\ Park -j^ 

Shaw, John S.. laundryman, r. 306 N. Mathews ave ^F 

Shaw, T. E., lab.,r. 306 N. Mathews ave JST 

Shaw, W. T.. retired, r. 609 W. Green ^^ 

Sheets, George H., carp., r. 305 N. Race ^f 
Sheldon Brick Co., J. W. Stipes, pres. and gen'l mgr., 39 ^ 
N. Neil, Champaign; plant, Cunningham ave and city ,_j 



limits 



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Sheldon, Mrs. C, wid., r. 602 VV. Main ^ ^ 

Sheldon, J. C, farmer, r. 803 W. Main 0) [^j 

Shepherd, Clarence, painter, r. 210 W. Ater ^ S- 

Shepherd, Mrs. Eliza, wid., r. iioi W. Springfield ave 1 r+ 

Shepherd, Elmer, painter, r. 210 W. Ater 

Shepherd, Frank B., fireman, r. 113 N. Central ave ^ fjj 

Shepherd, Mrs. M., wid., r. 210 W. Ater 3 o 

Shepherd, Mrs. Minnie wid. r. 12 10 \\'. Springfield ave |J| j^i 

Shepherd, Paris, retired, 104 N. West -\S. 

Shewalter, C. W., jeweler and barber, 210 W. Main, r. 302 ^ <^ 

Locust I p 

Shimp, Edward, fireman, r. 601 S. Market ^ q_^ 

Shipley. Albert, lab, r. 802 W. University ave -^ ,__, 

Short, C. C, blacksmith, r. 1202 W. Hill > g 

Shreve, Mrs. A. E', wid., r. 106 N. Orchard ^ C 

Shuck, Mrs. A., wid., r. 801 W. Green ? 3 

Shuck, Miss Ellen, teacher, r. 30 S S. Race o 

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TtlQi n, TREVm, 

28 MAIN STREET, CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



HAPDWAPE, 5TO\^E5, 
riNWARt AND CUTLEKY. 



S. C. TUCKER, ; ^'Z'- ; DRUGGIST. 

106 E. UNIVERSITY AVE., CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 

^i 72 Tucker & Wake.man's Urbaxa Directorv. 

P-4 Shuck. H. U. & Co. (H. M. Shuck 8z F. L. Hutchins). 

hardware, 200 W. Main 

^J Shuck. J. \\\. hardware and harness. 108 W. Main, r. 501 

C W. Illinois 

C^ Shuck. \'. \\\, retired, r. 305 S. Race 

Shumacher, hVed, R. R. enip.. r. 30S E. Illinois 

wim Siefferman. Charles E., carj3.. r. 906 \\\ Clark 

>^ Siegler. J. A., teamster, r. 102 W. Park 

^ SiL,der. Alon/o J., lab., r. 804 W. Clark 

QQ Signor, George J., pharmacist Wm. Sim Drug Co., r. 501 

\V. Crcen 

^ Silkey, Frank, cook. r. 308 S. Market 

• • Silkey. Mrs. N. J., wid., r. 405 S. \'ine 

2§ Sim Drug: Co., W. K. Sim. propr., 105 W. Main 

X • Sims, Mrs. L., wid., r. 80 1 W. Green 
■ — -J 

J- Sims, W. B., physician, r. 202 E. Green 
Ij5< Sim, W. E., propr. Wm. Sim Drug Co.. r. 801 W. Green 
°^°-<i Sites, Fred, R. R. emp.. r. 211 E. Main 
i^i a: Skinner. George, retired, r. 915 W. Green 
g .Slimmer. J.. R. R. emp., r. 303 E. Main 
I Small. S. S.. operator, r. 506 W. University ave 

Smith, Charles B.. harnessmaker, r. 1302 W. University 

^ ave 
^ Smith, E.. lab., r. 1401 W. Hill 
^^ .Smith. Miss Elfie, saleslady, r. 207 E. High 
0^ Smith, Dr. E. S. (Morrison & Smith), 903 W. Springfield 
^Jj ave 
"^l-i Smith, E. \\'.. painter, r. 508 S. Urbana ave 

QQ Smith, Rev. Geor§:e R., r. 606 W. Green 

Smith, G. \\'., lab., r. 1303 \V. Park 

UdllullUdull 06 UVjW^ Tbli^hoss SwsET 16 BsuAsoPHoe^,^. 
41 NEIL STREET, CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



CA RacAi*a ^^^^' 'Lime, Plaster, Cement, 
- /*- Ifl^^lll \um '^^° BUILDING MATERIAL. 

* ^ * A^wwvr* w^ 211-213 N. Market. 'Phones 9 and 409. Urbana, III. 

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Smith, Mrs. Hanora, wid., r. w. s. Walnut, bet. Main and 

W^ater ^^ 

Smith, Isaac B., ag«-. Pacific Express Company, r. 207 E. 

High * ^ 

Smith, J. \\\, well driver, r. 705 S. Vine • (^ 

Smith, John \\'., well driver, r. 507 S. Vine ^ 

Smith. L., lab., r. 1406 W. Park 

Smith, Mrs. Margaret, wid., 1303 W. Park 

Smith, M. E. (Saffell & Co.),V. 407 W. High ^ ^ 

Smith, Mrs. S. M. E,. wid., r. 207 E. Elm 3 > 

Smith, Mrs. Mary E., wid., r. 211 W. Elm f O 

Smith, Pre.sley. lab , r. 305 E. Oregon t > 

Smith, Thamer, lab., r. 412 N. Romine ^ w 

Smith, Verne, expressman, r. 207 E. High ^ -{ 

Smith, William, lab., r. ^os E. Oretjon " /O 

-, . £Pnw 

Smith, William, drayman, r. 602 S. Vine § S;g- 

Smith, W. W., carp , r. 140 1 W. Champaign • :< w 

Smithers, Edward, engineer, r. 203 E. High •§'|t 

Snellinof. E. B., brickmason, r. S02 E. California B''^1 

Snelliiitr. T. W., brickmason, r. so- E. California OS 

Snider, H. S., retired, r. 1 105 W. Springfield ave ^1*1 

Snider, John, lab., r. 1203 W. University ave o*|,? 

Snider. William O., student, r. 1105 W. Springfield ave ;^>^ 

Snyder, A. W., R. R. emp., r. 12 12 W. Clark •°'3| 

Snyder, F. M., justice of the peace, 105 W. Main, r. 601 l^ 

W. Hicrh ? f 

Snyder, John, fireman, r. 112 W. Water 

Snyder, Miss Nettie, r. 601 W. High n n 

Somers, A. L., R. R. emp., r. 1201 W. Main > 3 

Somers, Charles B., elk., r. 1201 W. Main ;ti " 

Somers, C. P.. elk., r. 606 S. Race 



Manhattan Dyeing and Cleaning Works^ 

Phone Phoenix 152. 30 WALNUT STREET CHAMPAIGN ILL. 



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Knoiulton & Bennett, 



Druggists 

We lead in every line we carry. 
'Phones: Fhoenix45i, Bell2io. 
URBANA, ILL. 
♦ 

^ 74 TucKKK & W'ake.man's Urhana Dikkctor\. 

> ^ — 

O Somers. Frank A., mail carrier, r. 613 \\ . Stouo^hton 
rA\ Somers, Mrs. Martha, wid , r. 502 W. Elm 
vi-^ Somers, Mrs. Rosa A., wid.. r. 307 S. Race 

^ Somers, \V. I)., retired, r. 208 S. Race 

<^ Sparks. Geori^^e. school teacher, r. 1205 W. Springfield 

^ ave 

^ Speas, John C, engineer, r. 815 W. Clark 

> Speas, Miss Ollie, compositor The Urbana Daily Courier, 
"^■^ r. cSi5 W. Clark 

^ Sj)cnce. Alexander, retired, r. 2 1 1 W. Illinois 
M Spelman, Frank C, night foreman Ihe Urbana Daily 
•-^ Courier, r. 106 E. Water 
"S . Spore, Mrs. Eunice, wid., r. 30S N. Orchard 
^ .5* Spore, J. D.. veterinary surgeon, r. 103 \V. Illinois 
c g- .Spore, X'inton, parter, r 103 \V Illinois 
i5 ^ Spradling. C. E., lab., r. 1006 \V. .Springfield ave 
o^ Spradling, Mrs. Mary E., wid.. r. 1006 W. -Springfield ave 
♦s .Spradling. W. H., plumber, r. 1006 W. Springfield ave 

^^.Spry, Jesse A., machinist, r. 2 1 1 X. Race 

rH Spurgin. I. M.. elk., r. 205 E. Illinois 

C^ .Spurgin, Mrs. .Susan, wid., r. 205 E. Illinois 

O Sijurgin, W. Ci., student, r. 205 E. Illinois 
>-• Stacker, lohn. eno^ineer, r. SoS \V. Universitv ave 
l^i Stale)-, J. C. student, r. 812 W. Illinois 

^ Standard Oil Co., I-Ved H. Hahn. agt 

1^ Starks, C. \\'., engineer, r. 410 W. Green 

^ Stark, R. T., lab., r. 607 S. Grove 

'^ -Stark, William W., emp. Hubbard & Sons, r. W. Green 

^ -Steed, Clarence, trav. salesman, r. 506 S. \'ine 

^►> .Steed, r. 1).. carp., r. so6 .S. \'ine 
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W. W, WALLS I CO. 



PLAMTzP V7kU\\ hair, 
AND hUlLDIMCi ,V\;Tri:l?i;XL. 

Phones: Phoenix 77, Bell 16T. S -E. Cor. University Ave. and Market, CHAMPAIGN. 



^'' WILLIS' ^t:^tT Table Linens 

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Stephens, B. C, photographer, 106 W. Main, r. 112 N. ^d 

West J^ 

Stephenson, Claude, fireman, r. 601 S Market \«/ 

Stevens, Albert A., coal dealer.r. 12 12 W. Stoughton [j-J 

Stevens, Mrs. Jennie, wid.. r. 140S W. University ave ^Q 
Stevens, S., lab., r. 1408 \V. University ave 

Stevenson, Arthur, student, r. 603 W. Main Qo 
Stevenson, B. F., elk., r. 305 \\\ Illinois 

Stevenson, Elisha, farmer, r. 603 \\\ Main ^H 

Stevenson, Mrs. N. A., wid., r, 604 S. Walnut ^— < 

Stewart, W. A., R. R. emp., r. 212 E. Calirornia ^^. 

Stillwell, \\\ R., well driver, r. 404 S. \'ine ^^ 

Stipes, Clarence, lab., r. 1203 W. University ave ^^ 

Stipes, G. W., Union Tile Co., r. 1112 \\\ University and ^T^ 

Stipes, Thomas, lab., r. 512 Cunningham ave "^ 

Stitt, W. E., engineer, r. 404 S. Urbana ave ^ 

Stockwell, John, retired, r. 502 W. University ave w 

Stokes, Henry, lab , r. 804 E. Main Q JZ 

Stokes, I. T., elk. M. E. Stokes, r. 511 W. California |?^ 
Stokes, M. E., Grocer, loi W, Main, r. 511 W. California >|| 

Stolley, Harry, propr. City Bakery, r. 20'^ W. Elm 2^^ 

Stonebraker, lab., r. 106 E. Illinois r 

Stout, Lewis, r. 405 W. Elm fi^ 
Storer, \\\ T., retired, r. 1304 \\ \ Dublin 

Straight, C H., engineer, 108 W. Green .H J 
Straig^ht, Maude M., reference librarian; instructor library »^ 

economy. University of Illinois, r. 205 E. Green | | 

Strong, A. W., retired, r. 706 W. Main \^ 

Stucky, Spencer, steam fitter, r. 1012 W. Stoughton /**N 

Sullivan, Mrs. D. O., wid., r. 402 S. Busey ave h^ 

Sullivan, J. H., train caller, r. 309 S. Market Cjl 



Spalding's $2 Shoes 



for Men and Women combine the 
bet seivice with all the style of 
higher priced footwear. 

19 MAIN STREET, 
CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



IHE URBANA MILL M ELLVAIOR, FLOurFEimi ne. 

Telephone No. 158 Central. 
Established A. I). iH5<). R. T. Robinson, Proprietor. LJ r=?I3 A.I^>\, IJ — I—. 



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, ] < Sullivan. L.. engineer, r. 402 S. Busey ave 
, sSurbouo^h. Cook. lab., r. i 16 S. Lynn 
C 5 Sutton, Mrs. Klla, wici. r. 208 \Y. Elm 

^Sutton, J. r., R. R. emp.. r. 302 W. ¥Am 
^ g Swart/. H. V., proi)r. livery stable and coal dealer, 208 N. 
2 i:^ Market, r. 801 S. \'ine 
rn z Swearingen, W. H. (Wood cS: Swearingen), r. 712 W. 

O 11 

^ ^: 1 ALBOT, Arthur Newell, prof. Municipal and Sanitary 
u l^ngineering, University of Illinois, r. 101 1 California ave 
<iri;Tarf!inirer, Mrs. H. A., wid.. r. Si i W. Clark 
C - Taylor, Arthur, porter, Columbian Hotel, r. 106 E. Illinois 
2 2 Taylor, Charles E.. barber, r. 508 W. Griggs 
§ S'laylor, John, lab., r. 105 Cottage Grove ave 
^ Taylor, John L., stone cutter, r. io5 S. Vine 

Taylor, Miss Kate E., r. 41 i W. Railroad 
^< Taylor, Miss S. A., elk., r. 41 I W. Railroad 
^g Taylor. 'Thomar>, V., law student, r. 508 S. Market 
■^T Templin, Frederick, tobacco stripper, r. 501 E. High 
^J Templin, Lewis, R. R. emp., r. 404 S. Maple 
^^ Tenbrink, J. W'., lab., r. cor. S. Walnut and city limits 

Third Ward School, cor. California and Birch 
^ 'Thomas. Mrs. 1 ). C wid., r. 802 W. Clark 
^^ Thomas. Edward, compositor. The Urbana Daily Courier, 
^^ r. 202 K. California 
^ Thomas, James, lab., r. 202 E. California 
^ Thomas, J. C, bkkpr.. C. A. Besore, r. 701 W. Main 
^ 'Thompson, Mrs. E. L., r. 107 E. Elm 
55 'Thomi)Son. J. L., R. R. emp.. r. 708 S. \'ine 
^ Thornburn High School, n. w. cor. North and Railroad 

■■■ /Y\ 1 wants everybody to try the famous 

lllclDSp6clK6F ^Java and IVIocha Coffee 

\ BOTH PHONES 97. 



\V7M PPT rP T- ^ ^ ^ ) Wall Paper, Window Shades, 
Wl i. IIvILL ^ESt^te) ( Room Mouldings, Etc. 

( Use the House and Villa Mixed Paints. 
Jdhn Price, Mgr. i6 N. Neil St., Champaign. j The Bes on Earth 

Tucker & \\\\ki-:.man's Urbaxa Directory. 77 

Thornburn, John, retired, r. 510 W. Stoiighton 
Thornburn, John H., student, r. 510 W. Stoughton 
Thornton, Abraham, retired, r. 1002. \V. Main 
Thornton, J. J., retired, r. 2 1 1 W. Oregon 
Thorpe, James, foreman, r. 501 E. Main 
Throckmorton, Harry, elk., r. 12 12 Springfield ave CD 

Throckmorton, James, bridge carp., r. 210 W. Elm ^^ 

Throckmorton. Joseph, retired, r* 12 12 W. Springfield ave ^_^^^ 
Throckmorton, J. W. (Throckmorton & Toy), coal dealer, g 
r. 304^ W. Elm g" 

Throckmorton, Miss Lilly, bkkpr., r. 210 W. Elm 
Throckmorton, William J. (Toy & Co.). r. 210 W. Elm »»« 
Tibbitts, E. A., confectioner, 1 103 W. Main, r. same cs** 

Tibbitts, J. B., agt., r. 707 W. Main Sp 

Tobias, E. B., carp., r. 302 W. Illinois 3».ot 

Tobias, E. I., carp., r. 405 W. Illinois ^^ 

Tobias, Mrs. Jennie, wid., r. S. Neil, Champaign _ 

Tobias, L. B., elk., r. S. Neil, Champa'gn _'*'7 ' 

Tobin, James, retired, r. 504 W. High C/3^ 

Tobin, L. M., student, r. 504 W. High 
Tolan, Thomas J., bill poster, r. 108 W. Water 
Tompkins, A. M., auctioneer, r. looi W. Main 
TOOke, Charles Wesley, asst. prof, Public Law and Ad- 
ministration. University of Illinois, r. 508 W. Green 
Toole, Edward M., cigarmaker, r. 210E. Main 
Towers, A. E., teamster, r, 505 E. Elm 
Towers, Thomas., lab., r. 602 S. Market 
Town Market (E. W. Sampson, propr.,). 135 W. Main "^ 
Towner, Benjamin W., lab., r. 810 W. First r^? 

TOWl, Rev. E. K., pastor. Park's Chapel, r. loio Wr^ 
Springfield ave 

Dn D. H. SHAFER, {^^:'] Dentist. 

'2/2 MAIN STREET, CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



J.fl.&A.R.Seott, 



REAL ESTATE 

LOANS AND INSURANCE, 

21 MAIN STREET. 
BELL PHONE 1 77. CHAMPAIGN 
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O 78 Ilckkk «^ Wakeman s U khan a Dirkctukv. 

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Q§ If^y & Co. (J. S. Toy cS: \V. J. Throckmorion). transfer 

Wj^ and coal dealers. 107 W. 1 Ii.L:h 

5^P I oy. J. S. (Toy & Co.). r. 705 W. Stou^dilon 

Dig To)'. Mrs. Susan, wid.. r. 605 W. StouL^hton 

pqD Tracey. Robert, retired, r. 606 S. Grove 

j^O Traders Fire Insurance Co., H. M. Russdl. a-t., 102 \v. 

UU Main 

-5 Travellers Life & Accident Insurance Co., n. M. Rus- 

^S^ sell. agt.. 102 W. Main 

—^— Tufts, Calvin A. (Rinir ,S: Tufts), r. 404 S. Market 
H-i Tufts. Mrs. L. ().. wid., r. 404 S. Market 
.Q Turner, Mrs. \i. 11., milliner, 213 W. Main, r. same 
^^ Furner, Ur, |. C. dentist, wks. Dr. S. A. Romine, r. 209 
^H H. Green 

<0 Twin City Sanitarium, Dr. w. li., Zor^^^er. propr., 1304 

W^ W.Clark 

Q Tyrrell, Thomas, saloonist, 204 W. Main. r. 110 E. Green 

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gg UlL?:NSVAN.G, M. L.. student, r. 602 \V. Elm 

UJ< Umphenour, A. I)., R. R. emp., r. 1204 \V. Springfield 

^^ ave 

Umj^hnenour. A. E.. R. R. emp , r. 608 Cunningham ave 
♦^ Umphenour, Erank, R. R. emp., r. 1 109 \V. University ave 
^ Underhill, Mrs. Alice, wid.. r. 502 .S. Race 
>5 Union Manufacturing: Co., propr. Iwin city Waterworks; 
K^ pres.. M. A. Goff, secy and treas.. John X. Beers. 37 
P^ N. Walnut, Champaign 

♦ Union Roller Mills. Eli Halberstadt. propr.. mills and office, 
C/) Race, bet. Main and Water 

♦ Union Tile Co., j. W. and G. W. Stipes, proprs., office 39 

REAL ESTATE 

LOANS AND INSURANCE. 
4g N. Walnut Street, CHAMPAIGN. 

PHOENIX 'PHONE 127- 



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Ta ekett & White, 



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REAL ESTATE 

and Insurance. Loans on City and Farm 
Property. 9 Main St., Champaign. 



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N. Neil, Champaig-n; plant, W. University ave. and Big 
Four tracks r^ 

UniversaliSt Church, s. e. cor. Birch and Green 

University Hall, Univesity of Illinois, s. of Green on cam- p© 

pus 

University of Illinois, University grounds, bet. Mathews ^H 

ave. and Wright, from University ave. to city limits f" 

Up-to-Date Barber Shop, William M. White, propr., no ^^ 

S. Race i^m 

Urhana Courier, The (Daily and Weekly), W. S. Love, O 

edt. and propr., N. Race, bet. Main and Water J^ 

Urbana Herald, The (weekly). L. A. McLean, edtr. and ^ 

mgr., Herald bldg.. Main 

Urbana Home Loan Association, M. S. Parks, sec, 120 ^ 

S. Race p 

Urbana Mill and Elevator, The, R. T. Robinson, propr., ^ j^ 

N. Race and Wabash tracks ^ c/i 

Urbana Planing Mill, George W. Parker & Son (George > p 

W. and H. E. Parker), 17 N. Race Z r? 

Urbana Steam Laundry, C. A. Heeb, propr., 2r6W. (otij 

Main ^ >^ 

ANCE, Frank, pressman The Urbana Daily Courier, r. j HJ 
Champaign • (^ 

Vanderveer, Miss Jennie, teacher Urbana schools, r. 305 ^ p 
W. Elm > $^ 

Van Dervoort, William Humphrey, asst. prof, mechanical ^ _h. 

engineering University of Illinois, r. 903 W. Green > ^ 

Van Wegen,S. B., engineer Pumping Station, r. nr. Pump- Q C 

ing Station ? & 

Vaughn, James, R. R. emp., r. 7 1 1 W. Clark o 

▼fT-f ^ ^ T1 ^ ^^^l^UU Large Stock of Guns, Revol- 

hnS H fftVftLL vets. Ammunition, Etc 

lliVU* \l* llUJlUttj 28 MAIN ST., CHAMPAIGN. 



i C. TUCKEK, -Hr- DKUGG15T. 

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^5 80 TucKKR ^ Wakkman's Uruaxa Dikkc ToRV. 

L^ \^eirs. D. C. retired, r. 702 W. Elm 

X'eirs, 1). C. Jr., student, r. 702 W. Eim 
^3 Viers, Miss Lyda, elk. H. M. Russell, r. 702 W. Elm 
C V'ierbeck. H. M.. lab., r. 91 i \V. Spriug-field ave 
C3 Villars,J. \\'., liveryman, 108 S. Walnut, r. 308 S. Maple 

Villars, \V. D., liveryman, r. 403 S. Maple 
J^ X'orlieis A. R., carp., r. 210 E. Oregon 
>i^ \'oss, Georo-e, lab., r, ^02 S. \'ine 
^ Voss, John, conductor, r. 307 X. Coler ave 

^ Wabash r. r. passenger station, wiiiiam j. 

^ Lowe, agt., Wabash Railroad tracks and N. Market 
. Wade. A. E., painter, r. 306 S. \ ine 
00 Wade, Miss Estella M., teacher, r. 306 S. Vine 
, X . Wade, Patrick, lab., r. 405 W. First 

Zj Wahl, L. A., saloonist. Herald bldo-., r. sh> ^^ • Main 
j;|0^-Wait, B. A. (Armstrong. Reynolds & W^ait). r. 403 W. 
OQQ-^ Hicrh 
en 2 Wallace, Charles, lab., r. 402 W liitrh 

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Wallace, Mrs. Mora, caterer, r. 402 \\\ High 



1 Wallace, W. Ouinn, contractor, r. 402 W. High 

Wallick. Jacob, mgr. Crystal Lake Park. r. 508 X. Race 
^ Walsli, Mrs. Eliza, wid., r. 1003 W. Springfield ave 
Walsli, |. v., fireman, r. 202 E. Water 
^y^ Walter, Charles, lab., r. 304 .S. >Laple 
^^ Walter. Joseph, lal)., r. 304 S. Maple 
^^ Walter, Mrs. Xaiicy, wid., r. 105 X. Central ave 
"^ Walter, William, R. R. cmp., r. 304 .S. Maple 
QQ Walti. L.. butcher, r. 7 1 2 E. (ireen 

W'alti, R.. R. R. emp., r. 7 1 2 E. Cireen 
5 Ward. Rolx-rt L., lab., r. cor. Water and Race 

nallpnhiinh Hi Rnvlp DIAMOND MEAT MARKET 

UQIIUIIUQUII W UUJIUf TiLSPHo^E S^vE6T 16 Bill ^SD Phoenix. 
41 NEIL STREET, CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



C. A. Besore, 



LUMBER, SASH, DOORS, AND BLINDS. 
COAL, LIME, BUILDERS' SUPPLIES, ETC. 

211-213 NORTH MARKET. 
'Phones 9 and 409. URBANA, ILL. 



Tucker & Wakeman's Urbana Directory. Si ^^ 
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Warnes, William, retired, r. 20S W. High t^ 

Warren, Alfred, lab., r. 1302 W. Champaign ^ 

Wascher, William, cigarmaker, r. Champaign | 

Wascher, Francis, baker City Bakery, r. 206 W. Elm ' -^ 

Wascher, J. F., car repairer, r. [405 W. Park O 

Waters, W. O., r. 903 W. California ^ 

Watson, Samuel, real estate and insurance, r. 204 S. Mar- r-t- 

^^^ . or^igr 

Weaver, Benjamin, shorthand reporter, r. 1006 W. Green § 3 " 
Weaver, L. A., lawyer, r. 1006 W. Green •v^^ 

Weaver, William, peddler, r. Race, bet. Main and Water s^w S 
Webb, William, mail carrier, r. 215 W. Main >l^ 

Webber, Miss Annie, teacher, r. 305 W. Elm 3 cZ, 

Webber, Benjamin F., R. R. emp., r. 407 E. Illinois B-r-? 

Webber, C. M.. elk. R. A. Webber, r. 502 S. Market ln^ 

Webber, D. D., abstractor, r. 401 S. Market g^|p 

Webber, D, D., law student, r. 105 W. High ^ w 

Webber, George, farmer, r. 605 E. Main e.|* 

Webber, Harry. R. R. emp., r. 715 E. Green p" 

Webber, G. W., insurance agt., r. 211 E. Illinois B'n- 

Webber, J C, drug elk. Knowlton & Webber, r. s. w. cor. 0,3. 
Market and High ^w 

Webber, Mrs. M. B., wid., r. 30s W. Elm |i- 

Webber, R. A., abstractor, 106 Market, r. 401 S. Market (-^n 
Webber, T. Burke, circulator, Urbana Daily Courier, r. 401 ll- 

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S. Market — — 

Webber, William B., lawyer. 165 Market, r. 709 W. Green H^S 
Weber. Alexander, barber, r. 301 W. Green *«*>l" 

Weber, Miss Ida, teacher, r. ;oi W. Green § §^ 

Weber, Minnie, cashier, r. :;oi \\ \ Green Z^°: 

Webster, Mrs. Catherine, wid.. r. sn W. Illinois .*-?=- 

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Manhattan Dyeing and Cleaning Works^ 

Phone Phoenix 152. 30 WALNUT STREET, CHAMPAIGN ILL. 



KNOWLTON& BENNETT, Sl^^STS 

• 'Phones: Phoenix 45 J, Bell 210. URBAN A, ILL. we carry. 
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^j Webster, Mi's. E. B., r 512 S. Mathews ave 

I — Webster, William, student, r. 5 i i W. Illinois 

^y^j W^eeks. Charles, retired, r. 20^) W. Ater 

^^ W eeks, C. C, painter, r. i 108 \\ . Main 

"^ Weeks, Frank, house mover, r. 203 W. Ater 

■^ Weeks, Robert, machinist, r. 506 E. Elm 

,1 I Weinke, Henry, R, R. emp., r. 501 E. Hii^h 

C^ Wells, Mrs. Frank, proprietress boarding house, r. 706 E. 
^ Main 

^ W^lls. J. W.. brakeman, r. 410 Railroad 

— - Wells, Mrs. R. A., wid., r. 402 W. Illinois 

^ Welpley, W. J., engineer, r. 303 S. Market 

^^^ Wendling, J. C salesman, r, e. s. Market. 3 n. of Main 

■^^ W endling. L., Cyclone, r. e. s. Market, 3 n. of Main 

r;^ West, B. M., carp., r. 202 W. Main 

^ ^ West, James, fireman, r. 202 S. Grove 

•i: S West, J. T,, r. 20.4 S. Grove 

~ ^ West, Thomas F., teamster, r, 1405 W. Park 

^ West Ward School, Lincoln ave. bet. Main and Clark 

^ Western Insurance Company of Aurora, James G. Old- 

•^ ham, aL^t., 124 W. Main 

Q Western Underwriters' Association, James G. Oldham, 

agt., 1 24 \\'. Main 
Weisenburger, Fred, deliveryman, r. 105 W. Water 
White, Albeit, teamster, r. 208^2 E. Main 
White, Dr. Carrie N., physician, 202 S. Race. r. same 
White & Dobbins (Spencer M. White & Olive B. Dob- 
bins), lawyers, Kirkpatrick-Lindsey block 
White, Mrs. Elizabeth, wid., r. 11073/2 ^^ • Springfield ave 
White, L. H., propr. boarding house, r. 302 Locust 
White, Jacob, plasterer, r. i 108 W. Springfield ave 



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HARD and' SOFr COAL W W WAI I (S ^ (1(1 

Delivered to all parts of the City. '* • H • Illll-i— W VA. V/V/ » 

■Phones : Phoenix 77. Bell 107. S.'E. Cor. University Ave. and Market, CHAMPAIGN. 



The right kind of WRAPPERS at WTT(T|TQ' 

NO BETTER, NO CHEAPER. Ill ill 111 iJ 

Tucker & Wakeman's Urbaxa Directorv. '"^S j* 

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White, John, propr. The John White Collection Agency, r. ^ 

2oS E. Main u^ 

White John, substitute mail carrier, r. E. Main VJ 

White, John, teamster, r. 2081^ E. Main -Jt^ 

White, John, Jr., collector, r. 208;^ E. Main ^ 

White, Dr. J. E., physician. 202 S. Race, r. same ^^ 

White, Ora, bartender, r. 106 S. Vine f^ 
White, Perry, R. R. emp., r. 208 E. Main 
White, spencer M. (White & Dobbins), city attorney, r. jmi 

402 E. Elm ^ 

White, S. F., lawyer. 301 W. Elm. r. same 7^ 

White, William M., barber, r. 106 S. Vine ^ 

Whitmire, Dr. Z. L., physician. 120 S. Race, r. 711 W. ^ 

Illinois tort 

Whitter, Edward, boilermaker, r. 712 W. Illinois "• 

Wiorner, G. H., painter, r. 121 W. Main ^_, 

Wilcox's Abstract Office, E. E. Rea, mgr.. Sheriff's Office. ^ 

Court House x .? 

Wiley. Henry, retired, r. 1002 \\\ Stoughton So*? 

VVilhelm. E. C. carp., r. no W. Main 5|| 

Wilkinson, Mrs. Jane, wid., r. 212 W. Main §* ^ 

Wilkinson, Milton, H., r. 212 W. Main * I 

Willard, C. H., retired, r. 403 S. Urbana ave ''^ 

Williams, Mrs. Ada, dressmaker, r. 606 E. Green ^ 

Williams, Arthur, R. R. emp., r. 606 E. Green J^% 

Williams, Edward, lab., r. io5 N. Vine |^ 

Williams. Mrs. Mary. wid.. r. 606 E. Green )^ 
Williamson, Albert St. John, asst. Military Science. Uni- JT* 

versity of Illinois, r. 1307 W. Main O 

Williamson, Mrs. Sue, wid., r. 608 W. University ave ^^ 

Williamson, W. E., elk., r. 1305 W. Main 1>| 



Spalding's Shoes 



WEAR! 19 Main street, 
BEST, i CHAMPAIGN. 



IH[ URBWIA HILL UNO ELEVAIOR, FLou'rFEETlYL. etc. 

Telephone No. 158 Central. 
Established A. D. 1850. R. T. Robinson, Prop. LJP?I3AI^A., IL_1 



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Wills, Mrs, Mildred F., wid., r. 211 N. Race 
Willson, H. T., teacher, r. 808 W. Springfield ave 
Wilson. John St. Clair, r. i loi W. Main 
\\ ilson. William, lab., r. 206 E. Oregon 
Winchester, G. W., retired farmer, r. 901 W. Illinois 
Winkley, A. S., R. R. emp., r. 104 S. Grove 
Winkley. E. S., R. R, emp.. r. 104 S. (irove 
Wise, Edward, bricklayer, r. 302 E. Main 
Wise, William P., constable, r. 203 W. Water 
Wisenbiirger, Mrs. Eliza, wid., r. 105 W. Water 
Wisenbiirger, Fred, deliveryman, r. 105 W, Water 
Wisey, \ ., R. R. emp., r. 514 Cunningham ave 
Wohlfarth, Rev. J. F., pastor, l^rst Methodist Episcopal 

Church, r. 302 S. Race 
Wolff, Charles, R. R. emp., r. 207 E. Oregon 
Wood, Arthur, retired, r. 702 W. University ave 
Wood, Miss Ida, dressmaker, r. 702 \\\ University ave 
Wood, L. C. (\\ ood & Swearingen), r. 1009 W. Illinois 
Wood & Swearingen (L. C. Wood& W. H. Swearingen), 

shoe dealers, 1 1 1 W. Main 
Wood, Thomas, motorman, r. 702 W. University ave 
Wood, W. M., driver City Fire Dep't., r. 107 E. Green 
Woodin, J. C, lab., r. 806 \\\ Clark 
Woolever, William, farmer, r. 407 W. Oregon 
Wooters, J. R., R. R. emp., r. 907 E. Main 
Wooters, D. L., lab., r. 907 E. Main 
Worley, J. W., lab , r. 807 S. Race 
Wright, Charles, moulder, r. 808 W. Clark 
Wright, Edward, lab., r. 1 1 1 N. Park 
Wright. Mrs. Flora, wid., r. 1 1 2 Central ave 
Wright, J. 'J\, machinist, r. 811 W. Clark 

VISIT T T 7 l\7r-^«-»c< --it^d** ^°^ prices lower than the lowest. 

z^;^tr 1^* V ♦ iVlanSpCaKcr^ imported and Domestic Table 
Delicacies at pleasing prices at MANSPEAKER'S GROCERY. Both 'Phones 97 



Wn. FKICE (^^tate) 



Painters, Painters* Supplies. 
Sole Agents for 
Jfthn Price, Mgr. i6 N. Neil St., Champaign. ) The House and Villa Mixed Paints. 

Tucker & Wakeman's Urbana Directory. 85 

Wright, L. A., elk., r. 402 N. Race 

Wright, Miss Marion, court reporter, r. 407 W. Green 

Wright, Royal, lawyer, n. e. cor. Main and Market, r. 807 

W. Green 
Wright, S. R., lab., r. 1301 W. Beslin 
Wrig^ht, Thomas, propr. Enterprise Foundry & Machine 1 

Shops, r. 405 \M. High ^< 
Wright, Francis M., v. pres. The First Nat'l Bank, r. 409^^^ 

W. Green ^ 

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I ANOS, George, R. R. emp., r. 507 S. Urbana ave e^ 
Yates, James, machnst., r. 701 S. Coler ave 

Yearsley, E. G., farmer, r. 508 W. Main =:S 

Yearsley, Mrs. M. E., wid., r. 711 W. Green ^_S 
Yellow Front Barn, E. H. Renner & Bro. (E. H. & S. W. gg? 

Renner), 206 E. Main ^^^ 

Yoe, David, R. R. emp. r. 106 E. Water ^..^ 

Young, A. B., lab., r. 104 W. Green -^ _ 

Youngblood, lab., r. 908 W. Stoughton 4,^ 

Z-ECK, D. A., elk. Baddeley & Barton, r. 108 West 
Zerbe, Mrs. Magdalen, wid., r. 308 E. Main 
Zoll, J. A., carp., r. 1009 W. Stoughton 
Zor§:er, Dr. Annie L., physisian, r. 1304 W. Clark 
Zorger, Dr. W. H., propr. Twin City Sanitarium, r. 1304 
W. Clark 



BEWARE OF = 

DIRECTORY BORROWERS. «J5 



Df. D. H. Shafer, 



DENTIST. 

Teeth extracted without pain. 
\2i Main St...Champaign. 



I»n»i^-n»RArnTT real estate 

J liV^iiiV •JV^W 1 1 , LOANS AND INSURANCE. 






21 main street, bell phone 177. champaign 
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City Officers. 

(N. w. cor. Market and Elm) 
Mayor- G. W. Hubbard 
Clerk— C. li. Holmes 
Attorney- Royal Wright 
Treasurer — R. /. Gill 
lOngineer — R. '/.. Gill 
City Collector — J. H. Savage 
Health Officer— A. M. Lindlcy 
Street Superintendent — George W. 

Call 
Police Magistrate — W. B. Sims 
Marshal — Jackson Caldwell 
Chief of Fire Department — Charles 

Schlorff 

Aldermen. 

First Ward— James Thorpe, 1. A. Ahl- 

crich 
Second Ward— James P. Blue, F. L. 

Frazey 
Third Ward— J. S. Hall, F. H. Boggs 
Fourth Ward— James Thomas, S. W, 

Frame 

Board of Health. 

Members — James Thorpe, J. P. Blue, 
J. S. Hall, James Thomas 

Police Department. 

(City Bldg.) 
Chief of Police — Jackson Caldwell 
Patrolmen — Elias Kirby,T. J. Ferrand 



Police Station. 

(City Bldg.) 

County Jail. 

(Court House Square-) 

Fire Department. 

(N. s. Elm, bet. Race and Market.) 

Chief— Charles Schlorf! 

Foreman — C. E. Mason 

Asst. Foreman — Frederick Schlorff 

Secretary — William Moore 

Treasurer— J. Ferand 

Driver Hose C. — William Wood 

Members— Charles Schlorff, C. E. Ma- 
son, F'rederick Schlorff, J. Ferand, 
William Moore, Thomas Hissong, 
E. W. Smith, S. Gary, William 
Wood 

Township Officers. 

Supervisor — F. E. Eubelinj^ 

As->t. Supervisor — W, A. Muilin 

Clerk — F. A. Ingalls 

Justices of the Peace — Uriah P. Brown. 
T. W. McHugh, F. M. Snyder, J. 
W. Boyd 

Constables — George W. Lindsey, Wil- 
liam Weise, William Dickei-son, J. 
T. Levy 

Assessor — Samuel Watson 

Collector — C. B. Holmes 



Tackett & White, REAL estate 



LOANS AND INSURANCE 



Phoenix 'Phone lay. 



<}9 North Market Street. 



CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



HJ. H. Goffman, 



REAL ESTATE 



and Insurance. Loans on City and Farm 
Property. 9 Main St., Champaign. 



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High way Commissioners — Gilbert Tay- 
lor, Thomas Frankenberg, Hamer 
Werts 

Post Office. 

(N. e. cor. Race and Main) 
Postmaster — Walter W. Lindley 
Asst, Postmaster— W. A. Muliin 
Mailing Clerk — Otis Jerauld 
Carriers — Frank A. Somers, No. i; 

William Webb, No. 2; Charles O. 

Blue, No. 3 
Substitute Carrier — John White 
Special Delivery Messenger — William 

G. Muliin 

County Officers. 

Judge of the County Court — Calvin C. 

Staley 
Clerk of the County Court — T. A. 

Burt 
Deputy Clerk — Fred Hess 
Treasurer — Edwin A. Kratz 
Deputy Treasurer — John H. Savage 
Circuit Clerk — Jasper W. Porter 
Recorder — Jasper W. Porter, ex-officio 
Deputy Recorder — W. G. Brown 
Deputy Clerk— J. J. McClain 
Sheriff— D. D. Cannon 
Deputy Sheriffs — W. H. Roughton, 

C. M. Brown, John W. McKinney 

(turnkey) 
States Attorney — Andrew J. Miller 
County Surveyor — T. B. Kyle 
County Superintendent of Schools — 

George R. Shawhan 
Coroner — H. L. Penny 

Circuit Court. 

Sixth Judicial District. Composed of 
the counties of Champaign, Piatt, 
Moultrie, Douglas, Macon and De 
Witt 



Judges — Francis M. Wright, Urbana; 
E. P. Vail, Decatur; W. G. Coch- 
ran, Sullivan 

Terms of Court — First Monday in 
March and fourth Monday in Sep- 
tember 

Urbana Free Library. 

(City Building.; 
President— H. M. Russell 
Secretary — George Bennett 
Treasurer — Miss Minnie Jaques 
Librarian — Miss Ida Hanes 

CHURCHES. 

baptTst. 

First Baptist Church. 

(N. \v. cor. Race and Illinois.) 
Rev. J. F. Mills, pastor 

CHRISTIAN. 
Christian Church. 

(S. s. W. Main St., at s. end of Cential ave.) 
Rev. G. D. La*ivrence, pastor 



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METHODIST. 
First Methodist Episcopal Church. 

(S. e. cor. Race and Green.) 
Rev. J. F. Wohlfarth, pastor 

Free Methodist Church. 

(N. e. cor. Springfield ave. and Babcock.i 
Rev. E. T. Corson, pastor 






Parks ChapeL 

(N. w . cor. Mathews and Springfield lives) 
Rev. E. K. Tuwle, pastor 

PRESBYTERIAN. 
First Presbyterian Church. 

i,N. w. cor. Green and Orchard. 'i 
Rev. George L. McNutt, pastor 



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28 MAIN STREET, CHAMPAIGN, ILL. and BORN STEEL RANGES. 



S. C. TUCKER, 



\ Bell 'Phone 
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106 E. UNIVERSITY AVE., CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 

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Universalist Church. 

;S. c. cor. Birch and (irecn) 
No pabior 

CHURCH HOMES. 



Cunningham Deaconess Home and 
Orphanag:e. 

(\V. s. Cunningliam ave., n. of city limitb) 
Mrs. C. P. Woodruff, supt. 

University of Illinois. 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 

The Governor of IHinois, ex-officio, 
John R. Tanner, Springfield 

The President of the State Board of 
Agriculture, J. Irving Pcarce, The 
Sherman House, Chicago 

The Superintendent of Public In- 
struction, Samuel M. Inglis, Spring- 
field 

Napoleon H. Morrison, Odin, term of 
office expires in 1899 

James E. Armstrong, 529 Sixty-Sec- 
ond street, Chicago, term of office 
expires in 1899 

Isaac S. Raymond, Sidney, term of 
office expires in 1899 

Alexander McLean, Macomb, term of 
office expires in 19 01 

Samuel A. BuUard, Springfield, term 
of office expires in 1901 

Lucy L. Flower, The Virginia, Chi- 
cago, term of office expires in 1901 

Mary Turner Carriel, Jacksonville, 
term of office expires in 1903 

Francis M. McKay, 61 Alice Court, 
Chicago, term of office expires in 
1903 



Thomas J. Smith, Champaign, term 
of office expires in 1903 

President — Andrew Sloan Draper, L. 
L. D., University Campus, Urbana 

Registrar — William Low Pillsbury, A. 
M., 504 W. Elm, Urbana 

Business Manager — Samuel Walker 
Shattuck, C, E., 108 W. Hill, Cham- 
paign 

Board of Education. 

President— Dr. J. E. White 

Secretary — J. W. Hays 

Treasurer — P. Richards 

Superintendent of Schools — J. W. 
Hays 

Members — John Thornburn, T. R. 
Leal, V. W. Shuck, Frederick Pell, 
Mrs. S. T. Busey, Mrs. R. A. Web- 
ber 

PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 

Thornburn High School. 

( N. w. cor. North and Railroad.) 

I'rincipal— H. T. Willson 

Asst. Principal — Miss Hortensc Cona- 
way 

Supervisor of Music— M. W. Moore 

Supervisor of Drawing — MissMaryLeal 

Instructor of Mathematics— P\D. Bow- 
ditch 

Instructor of Latin and German — Miss 
Sophie Leal 

English and Reading— Miss Keturah 
E. Sim 

Domestic Science— Miss Alice E. 
Demmon 

East Ward School. 

(W. s. Urbana ave, bft. Green and High) 
Principal — John L. Hissong 



DIAMOND MEAT MARKET 

1 1 Telephone Sweet 16 Bell and Phoenix. 

41 NEIL STREET, CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



Dallenbach & Boyle, 



C. A. Besore, 



Coal, Lime, Plaster, Cement, 

AND BUILDING MATERIAL. 

211-213 N. Market. 'Plones 9 aDi 409. Urbana, III. 



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Teachers— Miss Jessie A. Hess, Third 
Grade; Miss Opal B. Heller, Second 
Grade; Miss Alice V, Lemon, First 
Grade 

Third Ward School. 

(Cor. California and Birch) 

Principal — B. G. Ijams 

Teachers — Mrs. Mary L. Julian, Sixth 
Grade: Miss Gertrude Taylor; Fifth 
Grade; Miss Ella Glasco, Fifth 
Grade; Miss Metta M. Showers, 
Fourth Grade; Miss Ida Webber, 
Fourth Grade; Miss Cassie Boggs, 
Third Grade; Miss Ella M. Dunn, 
Second Grade; Miss Aureka B. 
Kiler, First Grade 

Substitute Teacher — Miss Ellen M. 
Shuck 

West Ward School. 

(Lincoln ave, bet. Main and Clark.) 

Principal — J. W. Myers 

Teachers — Miss Jennie M. Vander- 
veer, Third Grade; Miss Annie Mc- 
Clain, Second Grade; Miss Belle 
Barr, First Grade 

District No. 4. 

(Cor. Oregon and Broad.) 
Teacher — Miss Mary Conaway 



CEMETERIES. 

Harvey Cemetery. 

(E.s. Cunningham ave, M ni from city limits) 

Hebrew Cemetery. 

(E.s. Cunningham ave, ^ m from city limits) 

Mt. Hope Cemetery. 

(S. of University of Illinois) 



SECRET SOCIETIES. 









MASONIC. 

Urbana Lod§:e No. 157, A. F. & 

A. M. 

Meets the first and third Tuesday of /^ 
each month in Masonic Temple, 113- ^ 
115 W. Main ^ 

Urbana Chapter No. 80, R. A. M. r^ 

Meets the second Thursday of each *♦ 
month in Masonic Temple, 113-1 15 ^ 
W, Main ^ 

Urbana Council of Cryptic Ma- ° 
sonry No. 19. ^ 

Meets the fourth Thursday of March, » 
June, September and December in 3 
Masonic Temple, 113-115 W. Main ^ 

Urbana Commandery No. 16, K. T. £l 



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Meets the third Thursday of each B 2 
month in Masonic Temple, 113-115 J^fiM 
W. Main I IV 

Hope Chapter No. 104, Order ^:< w 
Eastern Star. J^^ 

Meets the first and third Monday of g. § 

each month in Masonic Temple, 113- ^ co 

115 W. Main Os 

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Urbana Lodge No. 139. § ^g 

Meets every Tuesday in I. O. O. F. ^^g pr 
Hall, 201-203 ^- Main * B^ 

Urbana Encampment No. 98. |. 5" 

Meets the second and fourth Monday 
of each month in I. O. O. F. Hall, 
201-203 W. Main 

Olive Lodg:e No. 57, Daughters of 
Rebecca. 

Meets the first and third Thursday g 
ofeachmonthin I. O. O.F. Hall,2oi 



203 W. Main 



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Manhattan Dyeing and Cleaning Works, 

'Phone Phoenix 152. 30 WALNUT STREET CHAMPAIGN ILL. 






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KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. 



Triumph Lodge No. 73. 

Meets every Friday in K. P. bldj. 
214-216 W. Main 



G. A. R. 

Black Eagle Post No. 129. 

Meets the first and third Friday of 
each month in Masonic Temple, 
113115 W.Main 

Black Eagle Woman's Relief Corps 
No. 160. 

Meets the second and fourth Wednes- 
day of each month in Masonic Tem- 
ple, 1 13-1 15 W. Main 



Home Forum. 

Meets the second and fourth Thursday 
of each month in Masonic Temple, 
1 13-1 15 W. Main 

Independent Order of Mutual Aid 
of Illinois. 

Time and place of meeting uncertain 

M. W. ofA. 

Urbana Camp No. 269. 

Meets the tirst and third Monday of 
each month in Masonic Temple, 
113-1 15 W. Main 

National Union. 

Time and place of meeting uncertain 






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ADVERTISING FRAUDS. 



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PI./VSri!:l? mu\\ HAIR, 

/VNI) liUILDIMO A\/\'n:I^IAI.. 

Pliones; Phoenix 77, Hell 16T. S -E. Cor. Uiiiver->ity Ave. and Market, CHAMPAIGN 



W. W. WALLS i CO. 



^' WILLIS' ^r±T Table Linens 



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URBANA !?0 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ^ 

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1898. ^ 

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Abstracters. /^ 

Webber, D. D., 106 ^Lirket tTl 

Webber, R. A , 106 ^larket 

Wilcox's Abstract Offce, Court House 



First Nat'l Bank. Herald bldg 

Bicycle Dealers. 

FOOte, F. W., 112 S. Race 



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Agricultural Implements. n :c 

Biirrill & Davis, 203 S. Market >5^ 

Lewis, J. M., 202 X. Market l^i 5* 

Bakers and Confectioners. §^^ 

City Bakery, 206 W. Elm ^ 

Goodspeed's Confectionery, 125 W. Main ^ 
Kyle, P. E., 101 W. ?*lain 
Tibbetts, E. A., 1 103 Main 

Banks. 

Busey's Bank, 112 W. Main j— i 

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Spalding's $2 Shoes 



for Men 3nd Women combine the 
best seivice with all the style of 
higher priced footwear. 

19 MAIN STREET, 
CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



IHE URBANJl MILL UNO ELE!ftIOR, FLourFEEalEAL etc. 

TeU phone No. 158 Central. 
Established A. D. 1850. R. T. Robinson, Proprietor. l_JI=?I3 AI^IA., II__I 

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G ,92 TucKKK &. W'akkman's Ukmana Uirix:toky. 

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J < Blacksmiths. 

,_^ s Gerbing, H.. 205 N. Market 

C 5 Hendricks & Park, Market 
2 Herrigan, J. opp. Court House 

^ g Littler, F. H. & W. B., 210 N. Market 

$^j. S. Prose, 118 E. Main 
rjj zj. S. Reimund, 133 W. Main 

^_^ ^ Books and Stationery. 

S ""Crescent Pliarmacy, Race and \i\m 

Oi tHunt, C. A., 121 W. Main 
♦s^FoOte, F. W., 112 S. Race 

o I^Knowlton & Bennett, 137 W. Main 

§ ^Sim Drug: Co., '^^5 W. Main 

3 2 Boots and Slioes. 

^ Kirkpatrick's Department .Store, 117 S. Race 

J^eabody & Connor, 118 S. Race 
.^^ Riley Shoe Store, 1 16 W. Main 
~ Cliarles Schlorff, 1 1 2 W. Main 

^ Wood & Swearin§:en, 1 1 1 w. Main 

I Brick Manufacturers and Dealers. 

Q^ Barr, Andrew, w. s. Cunningham ave.. 2 n. Big 4 R. R. 

Sheldon Brick Co., J. W. Stipes, pres. and genl. mgr., 
^O Office, 39 N. Neil st.. Champaign; plant, Cunningham 
ave. and limits 

S Builders' Supplies. 

2 C. A. BeSOre, 211-213 N. Market 

^ Hnbbard & Sons, 1 19 W. Main 

^ Carria§:es and Wagons. 

^ C;. W. Pittman, 205 N. Market 
^ P)urril] c\: Davis, 203 Market 

^^ ^\^\r^'^\A\^\\A^\4^t wants everybody to try the famous 

iilanSp6aK6F vsejava and Mocha Coffee 

* BOTH PHONES 97. 



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John Price, Mgr. i6 N. Neil St., Champaign. j The Best on Earth. 

Tucker & Wakeman's Urbana Directory. 93 

Cemetery Work. 
Clark, C. N. & Co., 219-221 W. Main 
Cigars and Tobaccos. 

Cohen, Nat. H., 132 W. Main 

Foote, F. W., 112 S. Race ] 

McKenzie Bros., K.-L. block i 

Clothing:. J 

Loeb, A., 102 W. Main 

Lowenstern, M. & Son, 203-205 W. Main 

Coal Dealers. 

BeSOre, C. A., 21 1-2 13 N. Market 
Douglas & Call, Water and Market 
Patton, A. S., 206 N. Market 
Swartz, B. F., 208 N. Market 
Toy & Co., 107 W. High 

Collections. 

McHugh, T. W., 217 W. Main 

Dentists. 

Blackshaw, Dr. E., Masonic bldg 

Romine, S. A. ZI^ 

Sale, Dr. Frank 0., 137 w. Main g 

Dru§:gists. — • 

Crescent Pharmacy, Race and Elm aa 

Hunt, C. A., 121 W. Main = 

Knowlton & Bennett, 137 w. Main 
Sim Drug: Co., 105 W. Main ^ 

Dry Goods. a» 

The Cyclone, Market st. 

Lowenstern, M. & Son, 203-205 W. Main ^ 

McBeath & Gensel, i 26 W. Main Cg 

Porter, H. C, 113 W. Main =3 

Dr. D. H. SHAFER, j^if^^r} Dentist^ 

'2K MAIN STREET, CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



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REAL ESTATE 

LOANS AND INSURANCE. 

21 MAIN STREET. 
BELL PHONE 177. CHAMPAIGN 

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Q^ Sampson. E. W.. 135 W. Alain 

Wj^ Express Companies. 

j^g American Express Co.. i;, i w. Main 

Kg Pacific Express Co., 1 1 ^ w. Main 

gp Flour Mills. 

l^Q Urbana Mill and Elevator, R. r. Robinson, pmpr., Race 

^ O and Wabash tracks 

^ Union Roller Mills, Race st. 

|»^^ Foundries. 

-^—Enterprise Foundry, Gri-- and Wood sts 
J Furniture. 

.0 l>usch, Mrs. C. v., 211 W. Main 
gU iMullin. W. A.. 214 \V. Main 
gH -Saffell, W. I. cS: Co.. ii<S \V. Main 

^O Gr2im Dealers. 

g^ Besore, C. A., 211-213 X. Market 
Q Campbell. J. A. cS: Co.. 1 19 S. Race 

< ^ Grocers. 

^Q Baddeley & Barton, 107 w. Main 

2 0^ Heckwith. W. H.. Race and Elm 
g^ Bino cK: Son. 123 W. Main 
— r— Hraman. J. A., loi i W. Main 
Conner, W. ()., 1 16 S. Race 

Vh 1 )auoherty, 1'. J.. 1308 W. Main 

^ Kirkpatrick's Dept. Store. 115 S. Race 
>^ McClain 8: Downey, 104 W. Main 
^ Owens. W. H., i 15 W. Main 
^ Stokes. M. E., 101 \V. Main 

-^ Hardware. 



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Ciolden, E. S., 121 S. Race 
Hubbard cv Sons. 119 W. Main 



Taekett & WMte, 



REAL ESTATE 

LOANS AND INSURANCE. 
49 >\ >Nalnut Street. CHA.MPAION. 

PHOENIX THONE 127- 



m. t Goffman, 



REAL ESTATE 

and Insurance, Loans on City and Farm 
Property. 9 Main St., Champaign. 



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Mullin, W. A., 214 \V. Mmn 
Shuck, H. M. & Co., 200 W. Main 
Shuck, J. W., loS W. Main 

Harness Dealers. p© 

Linemann, Anthony, 116E. Main 

Miller, John F,. N. Race "^ 

Prue, Fred, 129 W. Main L 

Hotels. ^ 

Columbian Hotel, 205-207 \\ . :Main _ 

Insurance. O 

Armstrong:, Reynolds & Wait. 104 w. Main !► 

BogfgfS, B. F. & Co., rooms 2 and 3 Cantner blk Z 

Jerauld, T. D., 21 S. Race 

Lindsey Bros., Kirkpatrick-Lindsey blk ^ 

Long, D. C. Ijams blk 

Oldham, James G., 124 \v. Main 



Parks, Milton S. 120 S. Race ^ S^ 

Russell, C. M., loi W. Main > p 

Russell, H. M., 102 W. I\Iain Z r? 

Justices of the Peace. o) M 

Boyd, J. W.. 135 W. Main ^>< 

McHu§:h, T. W., 217 W. Main n g^ 

Snyder, F. M.. 105 W. Main H} t3 

Laundries. ^ ^ 
Urbana Steam Laundry, C. A. Heeb. propr., 2 lO \\\ Main ^ p 

Lawyers. > §^ 

Ay res. A. M.. 209 W. Illinois ^ >.«, 

Cunnin§:ham & BOg:§:s, 19 Cantner blk > ^ 

Green, F. M. ^ Son. Herald bldg G) ^ 

lVIcHu§:h, T. W., 217 \\'. Main Z P 

McLennan, A. R., Kirkpatrick-Llndsev blk o 



Thos. t TFevett, 



Large Stock of Guns, Revol- 
vers, Ammunition, Etc. 

28 MAIN ST., CHAMPAIGN. 



i C. TUCKEK, -JSr- DIUGGIST. 

^^ 96 Tucker & Wakkman's Ukuana Directokv. 

^ Miller, A. J.. Ijamsblk 

Radebaug-h. S. B., Cantncr blk 
T3 l^ea, J. J., 120 S. Race 
C Webber. William B., F05 S. Market 

cd 

WILLIAM B. WEBBER, 

'^ ATTORNEY AT LAW. 

•^ Ofifce, 105 S. Market; Residence, 709 W. Green, 
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Wliite cK: Dobbins, K. L. blk 
^ WriiLrht, R., Main and Market 

^^ Lime, Plaster and Cement. 

®o BeSOre, C. A., 21 1-21.:; \. Market 

. >< . Livery and Sale Stable. 

z J Carpenter, James M., 103 W. Elm 
^o< Miner, W. L., 204 K. Main 

oiQ-l Renner, E. H. & Bro., 206 K. Main 

0) g Suarlz. B. F., 2o,S N. Market 
z ^ Villars, J. W^, 108 S. Walnut 
I Toy & Co., 107 W. High 

^ Lumber Dealers. 

^ BeSOre, C. A., 211-213 ^'- Market 

Machine Shops. 
Q/ Enterprise Foundry and Machine Shops, ( iriog and Wood 
^ Marble and Granite Works. 

^ Clark, C. N. & Co., 219-21 w. Main 
^ Meat Markets. 

QQ Baddeley & Barton, 107 W. Main 

City Meat Market, 103 W. Main 
!j I larry cX: Hanes, 114 S. Race 

UdilullUdUll ib UVJW^ Teu.ho.eSw,,! J6 BeuAsoPHOi^x. 

41 NEIL STREET, CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



C. A. Besore, 



LUMBER, SASH, DOORS, AND BLINDS. 
COAL, LIME, BUILDERS' SUPPLIES, ETC. 

211-213 NORTH MARKET. 
'Phones 9 and 409. URBANA, ILL. 



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Men's Furnishings. >• 

Loeb, A., 102 W. Main ^ 

Lowenstern, M. & Son, 203-205 w. Main ' 

Porter, H. C, 113 W. Main ' PP 

Merchant Tailors. —^ 

Bing, L. L., 121 W. Main p^ 

Hauersperger, P., 210 W. Main /^^ 

Herbstriet, J. ¥., 113 W. Main Q 

Ross, John, 105 W. Main ^ 

Milliners. ^ 

Chadwick's Bazaar, 116^ S. Race 
McWilliams, L., Ijam's block 



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Turner, Mrs. E. H., 213 W. Main x c^ 

Monuments. ^ t 

Clark, C. N. & Co,, 219-21 w. Main 1^ 

News Depots. 

City News Depot, F. W. P^oote, propr., 1 12 S. Race IE 

Newspapers. IK 

Champai§:n County Herald, Herald bldg. ^ 

Courier, Urbana, The Daily and Weekly, Race bet. Main ^ 
and Water 

Photo§:raphers. 

Gamble, G. R., 218 W. Main m 

Stephens, C. C, 106 W. Main "TH 

Physicians. ^ 

Bartholow, Dr. J. M., 116 W. Main C? 

Beverly, Dr. C. A., 1204 W. University ave r r^ 

Fugate, Dr. J. T., 120 S. Race j 

Fuqua, Dr. J. W., loi W. Main Q 

Lindley, Drs. M. and A. M., 1 19 W. Main ^ 

Martinie, Dr. C. W., Kirkpatrick-Lindsey block m 

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Manhattan Dyeing and Cleaning Works^ 

'Phone Phoenix 152. 30 WALNUT STREET CHAMPAIGN, ILL 



KNOWLTON & BENNETT, 



DRUGGISTS 

We Lead in Every Line 
'Phones: Phoenix 451, Bill 210. URBANA, ILL we carry. 

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^& S Miller, Dr. Horace W., Cantner block 

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|< a Miller. Dr. Joseph T.. Cantner block 
g^f^ Morrison & Smith. 2 i i W. Main 

^^ Nichols, Dr. 'Charles A., 304 W. Main 

S u Bell Telephone 321. Office Hous : g to 11 a. m., 3 to 5 p. m. 

"^i Dr. Charles Alfred Nichols, 

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^•i^ Office and Surgery, 304 West Main Street, URBANA, ILL. 

j-^ Residence, Cor. Main and Central Ave. 

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|.^ Sims, W. B., 105 VV. Main 

X^'i Dr. \L S. Smith, 903 W. Sprinorfidd ave 

^ ^^ Dr. Carrie N. White. 202 S. Race 

|e| Dr. J. E. White, 202 S. Race 

ic-^ Dr. Z. L. Whitmore, 120 S. Race 

-|| Zorger, Dr. Annie L., 1304 W. Clark 
}i^ Zorger, Dr. W. H., 1304 W- Clark 



05 Dr. W. H. ZORGER Dr. ANNIE L, ZORGER 

^ ^ Proprietors 

1^. TWIN CITY SANITARIUM. 

5 5 J304 W. Clark Street, Urbana. Office and Laboratory, JI7i E. University Ave. 

t M Phoenix 'Phone 426. Phoenix 'Phone 164, Champaign 
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<3J3 flfflct' Hours : 9 to 12 a. in., i to 4 I)- "i. 730 to 9 p. m . 

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jlj Planing Mills. 

^ Miller & Leming, Walnut and Water 

^ Urbana Planing Mill (Parker & Son). 17 N. Race 

5-1 Plumbers. 

(ireen & Post, K. of P. bldg 

Hubbard & Sons, 1 19 ^^ • ^^ain 









Real Estate and Loans. 



^ Armstsong, Reynolds & Wait, 104 W. xMain 

tH i)attershell. fames. 20S W. ()rcu;on 



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HARD AND'^SOFf COAL W W Wfll I 8 k CO 

Delivered to an parts of the City. "• "• " ^ \ ., , p u a m dT y^* 

■Phones: Phoenix 77, Bell iti7. S.E. Cor. University Ave. and Market, LHAMKAIblS. 



The right kind of WRAPPERS at WTTfj JQ' 

NO BETTER, NO CHEAPER. Ill 1111114^ 

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Bliss, Georg:e P., r 24 W. ^lain 

BOgg^S, B. F. 8l Co., rooms 2-3 Cantner block 

Royd. A.. 110 W. Main 

Ijams, J. R., Ijams' block ^^ 

Jerauld, T. D.. 120 S. Race ^l' 

Lindsey Bros.. K-L. block 

Oldham. James G., 124 w. Main ^J^ 

Parks. Milton S., 120 S. Race 

Robinson &. Clark, 1 1 6 S Race 

Russell, C. M., 10 1 W. Main 
Ruel, H. M., 102 W. Main 

Restaurants. 7^ 

Madison, Thomas, 104 W. Main ^^ 

Puckett, J. W., 1 14 W. Main JU 

Scheie, Mrs. Nora, 102 \V. Main ^ 

Saloons. __ 

Becker, William, Ag-t. Pabst Brewing Co., 108 E. Main t^ 

Callahan, J., 1 10 E. Main Q JZ 

McGravv, Stephen, 301 N. Race §?? 

.Schwartz, Georue, 106 E. Main >"> g 

Tyirell, Thomas, 204 W. Main §♦ ^ 

Wahl. L. A., Herald bldg-. * I 

Sash, Doors and Blinds. ^"^ 

BeSOre, C. A., 211-13 Market 

Saw Mills. 

Barr, A., 2 n. Big Four Railroad [^ 

Stoves and Tinware. M 

Golden, E. S., 121 S. Race .(^ 

Hubbard & Sons, 1 19 W. Main O 

Mullin, W. A., 214 W. Main « 

Shuck & Co., 200 W. Main lym 

J, ^ 1 sold by us have all the style and nearly as * 

^k ") C^O iMOP^ much service as $5.00 goods. Try a pair 

't / • J l\^\^<^ and be convinced of this fact. 

-^ ^ SPAbDlNG, 19 MAIN STREET, CHAMPAIGN. 



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THE URBAMA MILL AND ELE!AIOR, FLOurFEETMEAt etc. 

Telephone No. 158 Central. 
Established A. D. 1850. R. T. Robinson, Prop. l_JF=?I3Ar^A., II_I_. 



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^5. Shuck. J. W.. io8 W. Main 

*^| Telegfraph Companies. 

^ 5 Western Union Telegraph Co., i^i- 4 Passenger Station 

^ I Telephone Companies. 

-2 2 Champai§:n & Urbana Phoenix Telephone Co., 119 W. 

pq o Main 

•75 o Central Union Telephone Co., 1 15 W. Main 

^ " Tile Manufacturers. 

^^Barr, N. Andrew, n. l^ig- 4 Railroad 

^ w Union Tile Co., J. W. & G. W. Stipes, proprs., office 39 
^ ^ N. Neil, Champaign; plant University ave and Big 4 
vj ^ tracks 

^ "" University School Supplies. 

•-H Knowlton & Bennett, 137 W. Main 

^ indertakers. 

^ P>Lisch, Mrs. C. T.. 2 1 1 W. Main 
^ k\)x. S. C. no \V. Main 

^ Wall Paper. 

^ Chase, J. in., 109 w. i^lm 

r^ Crescent Pharmacy, Race and Elm 

Hunt, C. A., I 2 I W. Main 

qQ Knowlton & Bennett, 137 ^V. Main 
Sim Dru§: Co.. 105 W. Main 

~ Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. 

jr Gere, C. C, 130 W. Main 
^ Nelson, John R., 131 W. Main 
^ Shewalter, C. W.. 210 W. Main 

^ Wood Turners. 

^ Parker & Son, Race St. 

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j^j^j^ !_/♦ V ♦ iVldllbpCctlS-Cr^ Imported and Domestic Table 

Delicacies at pleasing prices at MANSPEAKER'S GROCERY. Both 'Phones 97 



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LARQE ixnci COMPL-^TE LINE of DRUGS, PATENT^ 
JVl£DiC(Nt3, TOIUST ARTIOLC8, PAJNT9, Etc. 



HAHSY D. OLOHAH. tejlstarri Ptomaclst, Prop'r, 

Cor. Rac8 and Elm Streets, - - URBANA, 



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^ Have ;) oiock a large and com 

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MANUFACTURED ICE 

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