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Newspaper Clippings for
January, 1900

from the Waukegan Daily Gazette-Register 23 January 1900
Frank Yule and wife, of Somers, spent Sunday in Millburn and attended church.

Everyone is invited to Mrs. W. B. Stewart's Monday evening to make arrangements for the picnic.

Miss Blood came Saturday to visit her friend, Miss Kittie Smith.

E. A. Martin was in the city Monday.

Mrs. Mathews goes to the city this week for a long visit.

Mrs. Bonner and Mrs. Lawrence went to Russell last Saturday to visit Mrs. Bonner's mother.

Mr. Ingalls has bought the "Scotch Smith" farm of Starkweather and rented it to Walter and Frank Lucas for a term of years.

Mr. and Mrs. Ingalls have gone to Oak Park to live, where Arthur is in school.

Robert Strang, eighty-four years of age, was able to go to the Libertyville fair and see the ball games.

Alfred Bain is getting everything in readiness to move to Lake Villa soon.

Mrs. James Pollock received word Thursday of the death of her brother John Mason's daughter, Annie Mason Wheeler, of Libertyville.

Mr. Harris went to see the new school at Marion, Indiana, Monday.

Mrs. Pantall visited in the city a couple of days the first of the week.

Mrs. Ross and son Leland returned to Evanston Tuesday after a week's visit with her mother and sister.

Alfred Bain went to the city Monday.

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