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Mr. Clarence Bonner, of Peoria, is visiting relatives.
Miss Helen Dodge spent Christmas with relatives in Chicago and attended the "Messiah."
Robert Jamieson and family of Chicago were guests of James Jamieson Christmas.
The Trotter family held their annual Xmas reunion. Miss Mamie Trotter was able to be home after a two months illness in the Chicago German-American hospital.
Guy Hughes is visiting relatives in Comers, Wis.
Lloyd White is able to be out after a two weeks illness.
Miss Libbie Jamieson arrived home Wednesday from Blue Island.
Mrs. Tom Anderson returned to her home Iola, Kan., Monday after an extended visit here.
The Ladies Aid Society met Wednesday at Mrs. Bater's.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Hughes was the scene of a pleasant gathering Saturday evening in honor of Messrs. Cox and Albright of Woodstock, Ill.
Our central telephone office is about to have sixteen more phones added to the list from the south side district.
Sumner Spafford is home from Colorado.
Mr. Herbert Mathews is reported on the sick last.
Miss Jessie Richardson visited last week in Chicago.
The Masons have their installation and oyster supper, tonight.
Mrs. Horace Tower is visiting friends and relatives in Chicago and vicinity.
Miss Alice Haggarty is back to Mrs. Pollock's after spending her vacation at home.
The young people have all returned to school after spending the holidays at their homes.
The Millburn Insurance Company will hold its annual meeting at Young's hall, Jan. 10.
Edd Taylor of Chicago was home for a hunting trip during the holidays.
The Rochester, Champaign and Beloit students have returned to their school duties.
S. M. Spofford of Denver, Colo., is visiting at the home of his mother.
Mrs. Horace Gerry of Waukegan called on friends and relatives here Saturday.
John Thain and R. L. Strang transacted business in Chicago the first of the week.
Mrs. Dr. Taylor and Jessie Richardson have returned from a weeks visit with relatives in Chicago.
Lloyd White has gone to Waukegan to assist undertaker Bower.
Mrs. Pantall is visiting her daughter Mrs. Adams of Chicago.
Miss K. L. Smith and nephew Clarence Cummings spent Friday and Saturday of last week in the city.
The Christian Endeavor business meeting was held Friday evening with Miss Annie McCredie.
Rev. Hadden of Chicago occupied the pulpit last Sabbath.
Born, to Rev. and Mrs. G. A. Mitchell (nee Jessie Strang) of Grossdale, Ill., a son, Dec. 30th.
The Masons held their annual installation services and banquet in the Masons hall Friday evening.
The annual meeting of the Millburn Mutual Insurance Company will be held in Young's hall at Millburn on Saturday Jan. 10, at 10:30 a. m. Dinner will be served by the ladies in the Mason's hall.
Tuesday morning at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Ellen Clark at Millburn occurred the death of Alex Sutherland, one of Millburn's oldest residents at the age of seventy-four. Funeral services Thursday morning at 11 o'clock.
John A. Strang is a Chicago visitor.
Mrs. Pantall visited last week in Chicago.
Mr. Babcock occupied our pulpit on Sunday.
The Insurance meeting was largely attended.
Lloyd White is in Waukegan assisting undertaker Bower.
George Jamieson and Herbert Mathews are reported on the sick list.
Erma Van Duzer returned Sunday after a three weeks visit at home.
Jennette Rose of Rochester, Wis., was calling on friends here Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Rose move this week to their future home in Waukegan.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Stewart, of Chicago, are visiting a few days at Mrs. Smith's.
Mr. and Mrs. George Strang have returned to their home at Marshfield, Wis.
George I. Strang and wife who have spent a month visiting friends here, have returned to their home in Marshfield, Wis.
Mrs. Andrew Strang has returned recently from Arkansas.
Guy Hughes visited a week with his cousins at Somers, recently.
John Rose will go to Waukegan to live. His farm is rented to Ed. Gillings who will soon take possession.
Mrs. Ellen Pollock is reported gaining slowly. She was prostrated with a paralytic stroke about six weeks ago.
Herbert Mathews has been on the sick list two weeks, Scot Levoy is reported sick.
Mrs. Eugene Clark has been under the doctor's care the last ten days.
Died Tuesday Jan. 6th, 1903, at the home of daughter Mrs. Helen Clark, Alexander Sutherland in his 73rd year. He was born and raised in Scotland, and came to Millburn with his family thirty years ago. He leaves four daughters, Helen, Elizabeth, Isabelle and Mary Ann. His only son Alexander, went to South America seven or eight years ago and has not been heard from for years. The deceased was an honest friendly man who had many warm friends.
Mrs. Pantall visited at Chicago Lawn all last week.
Ernest White will not go back to school this winter, Loyd is in Waukegan for a couple of weeks.
The Odum family of nine, have returned from Tennessee where they moved two months ago. No place like northern Illinois.
The butter factory ice house is being filled with a good quality of ice.
Mrs. Myra Cropley whose husband died recently, will have a sale at her place Jan. 23rd, beginning at one o'clock.
George Stone and family recently from Tennessee, have moved into the John Williamson house.
J. T. Morrill attended the funeral of his nephew Mr. Northup at Beloit, Wis. On Friday.
Rev. Stephens gave a very interesting sermon on the "Life of Christian" Sunday. Ten new members were received into the church.
At the church on Monday evening Jan 19, Olif Kraser a native Esquimo 26 years old and 40 inches high, will give a lecture, her theme "Greenland or the frozen north". Admission 25c, children 15.
Miss Lucy Wright, formerly of this place and Mr. Lamb of Chicago were married at the home of the bride's parents Mr. and Mrs. Smith Wright at Burlington, Wis., on Wed. Jan. 14, Rev. Stevens of this place officiating. The young couple will reside in Chicago. Mr. Lamb is a traveling salesman for the Pittsburg Glass Co.
Mr. Buckman sold his stock of hardware stock to Mr. Robinson on Saturday and Monday Mr. Robins sold the stock to Mr. Mathew of Antioch who will go in business here. Mr. Buckman has a position in Chicago but will reside here.
Herbert Mathews and Scott Levoy are on the sick list.
A. G. Spafford was home over Sunday.
Guy Hughes is visiting relatives at Iowa City, Iowa.
Mrs. C. B. Cummings is entertaining Mr. and Mrs. Stewart of Chicago.
Mrs. Eugene Clark is reported quite ill at present writing.
Roy Hughes and E. A. Martin transacted business in Chicago the first of the week.
Miss Erma Van Duser has returned from a two weeks visit with her parents at Antioch.
The ice house at the factory was filled Wednesday.
Rev. Babcook, of Chicago, occupied the pulpit last Sabbath.
Mr. Odom and family have returned from Tennessee and will occupy the home formerly owned by Herbert Mathews.
A good attendance was present at the Insurance meeting held here Saturday. The following officers were elected for this year. President, W. J. White: Secretary, John Thain: Treasurer, R. L. Strang.
Rev. Mr. Millard of Chicago preached here last Sunday morning and evening.
Our sick folks are all recovering. Scott Levoy is out again. Herbert Mathews is improving and Mrs. Clarke is much better.
Chris Nelson of Chicago, was a visitor at Elmer Cannons last week.
Mrs. Hughes and Maud have gone to the city to visit Mrs. Mavor and her mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Strang.
Mr. Starkweather called on some of his friends here last week. He was selling pianos.
John Rose will move to Waukegan this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Cannon were in the city Wednesday.
Sumner Spafford was in Millburn last Sunday and attended church.
Mrs. Smith's health is very poor this winter.
Mrs. Thomas Riley has bills out for a sale. It is reported she is going to move to Waukegan. Waukegan seems to be the objective point of most people.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Strang are visiting their daughter Mrs. Mavor. The have been away three months and are much missed especially in the church.
Charley Humphery has sold his farm and is going to Waukegan to live, so they go.
Mr. White was in Waukegan Tuesday to see Loyd, who has been there the last two week on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Mitchell have a young son whom they have named Dewitt Strang Mitchell. Mr. Mitchell lives at LaGrange and preaches at Grass Dale.
E. A. Martin and Mr. Wentworth went to the city on business Wednesday.
Mrs. Smith is reported quite sick.
Herbert Mathews is again able to be out.
Mr. Prentiss occupied our pulpit Sunday.
W. B. Stewart is entertaining a severe cold.
Lucy Spafford is visiting this week in Chicago.
James Pollock transacted business in Waukegan this week.
Waterbury Brothers have their sale bills out, don't fail to attend.
Miss Alice Jamieson, of Chicago, spent Sunday with her parents here.
Mrs. Gerity visited a few days with her father in Chicago returning home Sunday.
Miss Elva Gullidge, of Antioch, is staying with Mrs. Eugene Clark during her recent illness.
The Ladies Aid society will meet with Mrs. Geo. Strang on Tuesday afternoon, Jan., 29.
George Duncan has rented the Riley farm east of Millburn, where he will soon move.
There will be a Christian Endeavor rally in the Congregational church at Waukegan Friday evening, Jan. 30. All are invited to attend.
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