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Mrs. John Thain has her mother, Mrs. Howard, staying with her.
Miss Brooks and two brothers, of Oak Park, are visiting at John Trotter's.
Mrs. Elizabeth Tower has gone to Chicago, to visit with her son Will Tower.
Miss Anna Popp, of Chicago, is visiting here.
Mrs. French, of Gurnee, was a Millburn caller last Friday.
Geo. Safford and friend Mr. Wheaton, of Bowmanville, spent Sunday here.
Burnett & Middendorff, of Antioch, are painting Mrs. Bater's house.
C. E. topic, Aug. 6--The first fruits of God. Victor Strang, leader.
A number of young people from here gave a harvest party at Grange hall last Saturday night.
The Jolly Workers are to have a special meeting on Thursday afternoon, Aug. 3, at the home of Mrs. Alfred Bain.
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Rossback, of Evanston, arrived last Sunday in their "auto", to stay a month at Alfred Bain's.
Mrs. D. B. Taylor, of St. Louis, is here on a visit with Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Stewart.
Miss Kittie Smith, of Waukegan, was visiting with Mrs. Wienecke Saturday. She returned to her home Sunday, accompanied by her nephew Clarence, who has been here a few weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Rossback and children of Evanston are at A. K. Bain's. They expect to stay a month.
Miss Kittie Smith of Waukegan spent Saturday and Sunday here with Mrs. Wienecke.
Miss Brooks and her brothers of Oak Park are at Mrs. John Trotters'.
Mrs. John Thain is entertaining her mother, Mrs. Howard.
George Safford and his friend Mr. Wheaton of Bowmanville spent Sunday at home.
C. E. Topic Aug. 6.-The first fruits of god. Victor Strang leader.
Mrs. D. B. Taylor, of St. Louis, is visiting with Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Stewart.
Mr. and Mrs. Dyer, of Chicago, spent a few days this week with Mrs. Wentworth.
The Jolly Workers will meet on Thursday afternoon, Aug. 3, at the home of Mrs. Bain. It is a special meeting called by the president.
Mrs. French, of Gurnee was a Millburn caller last Friday.
Mrs. Trotter has been visiting relatives in Hickory for a few days.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. George Dodge on Thursday, Aug. 1, a son.
Mrs. Emily Wynn, of Waukegan, is visiting at Miss Carrie Bater's.
Mrs. D. B. Taylor left last Thursday for Milwaukee where she will visit for a short time with her brother.
Miss Edith Van Alstine has been very sick with appendicitis the past week.
Miss Nellie McDougall is entertaining her neice, Miss Agnes Taylor.
C. E. topic, Aug. 13--"The building of character." Vivien Bonner, leader.
Mr. and Mrs. George Stewart, of Waukegan, were here for a few days visiting with relatives.
Mrs. Harris is here visiting with her two daughters, Mrs. Wm. Thom and Mrs. George Dodge.
Mr. Peter Tompson, of Pikes Peak, Col., and his brother William and wife, of Chicago, are visiting the Stewart's.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gerry and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Edmonds attended the wedding of their niece, Miss Gerry of Waukegan.
A bus load of ladies from Waukegan attended the missionary tea and thank offering here last Wednesday afternoon, among them were Mrs. Charles Wilbur, Mrs. Gorham, Mrs. Tombaugh, Mrs. Cummings and Mrs. Just.
Miss Taylor of Lake Forest is visiting at Miss Carrie Bater's.
Miss Margaret Lawrence of Iowa is home spending a part of her vacation.
Mrs. Lawrence's niece came last Thursday to visit a short time with her.
Threshing is the order of the day in this vicinity.
Miss Alice Jamieson of Birwyn and her sister, Viney, are visiting with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Jamieson.
Mrs. Tukey, Mrs. George Jamieson and niece are visiting here this week.
Miss Edith Van Alstine is recovering nicely from her recent illness.
Miss Emily Sanders of Waukegan spent Tuesday and Wednesday with Mrs. Denman.
Mrs. Wienecke's horse rolled into a narrow ditch Sunday and got stuck in the mud and it took an hour to get it out.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Voss and son of Chicago have been visiting with Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Denman.
Mr. and Mrs. George Mitchell of Oak Park came out Tuesday to spend a month's vacation at Mr. Eugene Clark's.
Mrs. Helen Buss and little son of Rochester visited from Wednesday till Sunday with Mrs. George Jamieson.
Miss C. E. Bater gave her annual lawn party Friday evening in honor of her guests, the Misses Wynn, of Waukegan, and Miss Grace Taylor of Lake Forest.
Mr. Toan, principal of the Rochester academy, is here soliciting for scholars for the coming year. He filled the pulpit last Sunday.
Butter-Steady, dairy, lb 20c Butter-Steady, creamery, lb 25c Eggs, doz. Fresh 22c Vegetables. Cauliflower 15c Parsley, bunch 05c Cabbage, each 8---10c Green Onions, bunch 05c Beets, home grown, bunch 05c New Carrots, bunch 05c New Potatoes, pk 20c Turnips, pk 25c Cucumbers to 5c ea Tomatoes, lb 07c Wax Beans, lb 05c Fruits Plums, Basket 25---50c Lemons, per doz 35c Peaches, basket 30---35c Oranges, doz. 35---50c Blackberries, qt. 12c Gem Melons 5-15c Water Melons 25---30c Pineapples, each 10---15c Green Apples, peck 50c Blue Berries, qt 13c Apples, pk 30---50c Miscellaneous Corn, doz. 15c Spring Chicken, lb 20c Old Chicken, lb 12c Honey, lb 15c Wheat Flour, 10lb 30c Rye Flour, 10lb 25c Graham Flour, 10lb 30c Cornmeal, 10lb 20c
The Misses Dodge of Peoria are visiting with their aunt, Mrs. John Bonner.
Miss Genevieve Ward of Waukegan is spending a week at Mrs. Denman's.
Mrs. Goven and daughter of Evanston spent last week at Mrs. Baters.
Edwin Denman returned home last Friday.
Mrs. Gavin returned to Chicago Wednesday.
Mrs. Helen Buss returned to Rochester last week.
Miss Marie Popp of Chicago is visiting at Mrs. George Gerritys.
Mr. and Mrs. John Chope and family spent a few days this week in McHenry.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnson and two children of Chicago came out last Sunday to stay a number of weeks in Millburn.
Mr. Harry Bater of Boston, Mass., is here on a visit to his aunt, Mrs. Mary Bater.
Mrs. John Bonner entertained her sister, Mrs. Bonner of Russell one day last week.
Mr. Harry Bater, Miss Carrie Bater and Mr. and Mrs. Cannon spent last Sunday at Henry Baters in Waukegan.
The Misses Dodge, of Peoria are visiting with their aunt, Mrs. John Bonner.
On Friday evening, Sept. 1, Miss Emma Spafford and several of her music scholars with a few others, will give a recital at the church. Proceeds to benefit of the church. After the recital the C. E. society will serve ice cream. Everybody come.
Miss Margaret Lawrence and her cousin, were Chicago visitors last week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Stewart and Mrs. George Strang started last Monday for Kansas, where they will visit with Mrs. Cora Anderson.
Mr. and Mrs. Kepler Johnson and two children, of Chicago are spending a number of weeks here in Millburn.
Miss Genevieve Ward, of Waukegan, is spending a week with Mrs. Denman.
Mr. Harry Bater, of Boston, Mass., is visiting with his aunt, Mrs. Mary Bater.
Miss Clara Safford has been entertaining her friend Miss Hicks of Bowmanville.
Mrs. Helen Buss returned to Rochester last week.
Mr. Harry Bater, Miss Carrie Bater and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Cannon spent Sunday at Mr. Henry Bater's in Waukegan.
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Kimball have gone east for a few weeks.
The Bazaar was well attended. The ladies made about fifty dollars.
Mrs. F. T. Lee and son, Harold, of Evanston, are here spending a week among friends.
Mrs. Gaven and daughter, of Evanston spent last week at Mrs. Bater's.
Mrs. John Bonner entertained her sister, Mrs. Bonner, of Russell one day last week.
There has been some misunderstanding in regards the watch prize that the Mulvey Comedy Co. contest gave Miss Edith Vanalstine, won the prize instead of Ruby Cleveland. The company made a mistake and gave the wrong tickets and according to the count Ruby Cleveland won, but as the Co. made the mistake they gave two watches. Miss Vanalstine received 1318 votes and Ruby Cleveland 1287 votes.
The Misses Dodge, of Peoria, returned home last week.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Stewart spent Friday and Saturday in Chicago.
Mrs. Elizabeth Tower returned Friday from her visit with her son, Will Tower, of Englewood.
Mrs. F. T. Lee and son, Harold returned home Friday after spending a week here with friends.
Mrs. George Strang and son, William, have gone to Kansas to visit with Mrs. Cora Anderson.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Humphrey, of Waukegan were here Sunday visiting A. K. Bain.
Mr. Leroy has gone to visit with his daughter in Sycamore.
Miss Emma Vanduyer, of Antioch spent last week here with friends.
C. E. topic, Sept. 3-The abundant life how to get it? How use it.
Rev. A. R. Thain of Wisconsin was here the latter part of last week visiting old friends, and preached the sermon in the morning.
Mr. and Miss Finley, of Lake Forest, spent a few days at J. H. Bonner's.
Mrs. F. T. Lee and son Harold returned to their home in Maywood last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Stewart were Chicago visitors last Friday and Saturday.
Mrs. Johnson was a Chicago visitors last Saturday.
Mrs. Elizabeth Tower returned from Inglewood last Friday.
The Dodge girls of Peoria have returned home.
Don't forget the musical recital on Friday evening, Sept. 1, at the church.
Mr. and Miss Finley, of Lake Forest, spent a few days with J. H. Bonners this week.
Rev. A. R. Thain, of Wisconsin, was here last week visiting old friends. He also preached the sermon Sunday morning.
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