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July, 1907

from the pages of the Waukegan Daily Sun 1 July 1907
Mr. and Mrs. Wentworth entertained their son and Miss Cook last week.

A creamery inspector spent a few days here inspecting the creamery, staying with George Gerrity.

Miss Cone, niece of Mr. Jack, visited from Tuesday until Friday with him returning to her home near Peoria.

Miss Anna T. Bourk, of Chicago, spent Tuesday with her cousin, Mrs. Slaven.

Lloyd White spent Tuesday with his parents.

Miss Ella McCreadie has been suffering with a sore foot the past week, having stepped on a rusty nail.

Mrs. Etta Wineckie, of Sycamore, and sister, formerly of this place, attended the funeral of their nephew, who was buried here last Tuesday.

Mrs. Slaven attended the funeral of her father, James Bradley, in Detroit, Mich., last Monday. Mr. Bradley, aged 72, fell on the sidewalk and fractured his hip. Accept sympathy of neighbors and friends.

C. H. Cummings and Miss K. L. Smith were Millburn callers Monday.

Fred Trotter, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Judson and son, Bryant, of Evanston, came out Saturday in their automobile to visit A. K. Bain.

Mrs. Marshall Odett is entertaining her little nephew, of Milwaukee.

Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Wentworth entertained an automobile party from Chicago Sunday.

Mrs. Safford returned from Wheaton last Tuesday.

Miss Jennie Schryver, of Warren, visited Miss Rubie Gillings Saturday and Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Lute Levoy, of Waukegan, buried their little son in Millburn cemetery last Tuesday. Mr. and Ms. Levoy were formerly of this place.

Antioch News04 July 1907
Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Minto and daughter of Millburn left the fore part of the week for Colorado where they expect to remain for the next two months.

George Gillings has suffered a stroke of paralysis and now lies in a critical condition at the home of his sister, Mrs. Van Alstine at Millburn. He is unable to talk and grave fears are felt for his recovery.

Leslie and Mortimer Cannon are home from school.

Mrs. George Strang's son of Waukegan has been visiting her.

Mr. Adams and children of Chicago Lawn, spent Sunday with Mr. Pantell.

Lester Mitchell of Waukegan is visiting with his grandmother, Mrs. M. Spafford.

Miss Gladys Gail of Highland Park is here visiting with her aunt, Mrs. C. E. Denman.

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Strang of Waukegan have been here visiting with Mrs. George Strang.

Mrs. Elizabeth Tower has been visiting for a few days with Mrs. B. F. Shepard in Gurnee, she returning home Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Lyburn Stewart of Chicago came Saturday night to visit with Mr. A. H. Stewart. Mrs. Stewart is to remain for some time.

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Thom and little child, and Mr. and Mrs. James Thom and son visited with Mr. and Mrs. Thom of Libertyville.

from the pages of the Waukegan Daily Sun 9 July 1907
Mrs. Thomas Finley and son were guests of J. H. Bonner last week.

Mr. Brooks, of Antioch, had a barn struck by lighting and burned to the ground. The place is occupied by Mr. McCarthy.

Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Stewart left Tuesday last for Kansas.

Several from here attended commencement exercises in Gurnee Tuesday night.

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Thom and baby, of Bristol, visited James Thom Sunday.

Mrs. Knox, of Gurnee, and Leslie Mitchell, of Waukegan and Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hughes, of Chicago, are guests of Mrs. Spafford this week.

Wm. Watson and daughter of Lake Villa, visited the former's mother Sunday.

Mr. Wright, of Evanston, Mrs. Wandell and son, William, spent Sunday with Mrs. Mary Bater.

Lyburn Stewart, wife and daughter arrived Saturday. Lyburn will only stay a short time but Mrs. Stewart will be here some time with A. H. Stewart.

We are glad to note that Geo. Gillings is better but has not regained his speech.

Mr. and Mrs. James Thom and son accompanied by his brother Edwin, and family, spent Sunday visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Thom, Sr., of Libertyville.

Miss Gladys Gail, of Highland Park, is spending a week with her uncle, C. E. Denman.

C. W. Tucker, of Libertyville, called on C. E. Denman Monday.

Mrs. Elizabeth Tower spent a few days with Mrs. Frank Shepard in Gurnee returning Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Edwards, of Russell spent Sunday with the latter's sister, Mrs. John Chope.

Miss J. C. Bidwell, of Gurnee, visited Thursday with Mrs. Denman's.

The Ladies Aid Society will hold their monthly meeting, Thursday, July 11, instead of July 4. Supper served by the next four ladies in order.

Mabel and Bae Adams, of Chicago Lawn, came Friday last to spend some time with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Pantall.

David Young's sister, Mrs. Clarke has returned to her home in Chicago.

from the pages of the Waukegan Daily Gazette 11 July 1907
Mrs. A. E. Stewart who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. C. E. Denman, has gone to Highland Park, on a visit.

C. E. Bonner, of Chicago was home for the Fourth.

Vida Jamieson visited in Gurnee on Tuesday.

Mr. and Mrs. David Young left Sunday for a three months visit in Scotland.

Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Stewart who have been visiting with Mrs. Cora Anderson, in Gas, Kansas, returned home on Monday night.

Mr. George Safford has been visiting with his parents from Wednesday until Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wheaton of Wheaton, Ill. came last Wednesday to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Safford, Mr. Wheaton returned to his home Monday, Mrs. Wheaton and little son remaining here.

A. H. Stewart visited last Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Corrin in Lake Forest.

Miss Rose Welch of Bowmansville has been visiting with Miss Safford.

The C. E. Business meeting will be at the home of John Crawford. All young Folks invited to attend.

Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Hughes and daughter, Mabel, of Gurnee visited the Fourth with Mr. David White.

Miss Hazel Thain visited the past week with her uncle, Mr. Perkins in Kenosha.

Clarence Bonner returned to Chicago Monday.

Clarence Will, Gordon and Robt. Bonner visited in Russell, Sunday.

Miss Inez Pollock of Chicago is here visiting her grandmother.

Mabel and Bae Adams of Chicago Lawn, are visiting with their uncle Ed. Martin.

Antioch News11 July 1907
Clarence Bonner of Chicago, has been visiting at home.

Curtis Wells of Waukegan, was home over the Fourth.

L. J. White of Waukegan was seen out this way Sunday.

Misses Margaret and Bertha White spent the Fourth in Rochester, Wis.

Miss Hazel Thain has been visiting with her uncle, Mr. Perkins, in Kenosha.

Mabel and Bae Adams of Chicago, are visiting with Mrs. Richard Pantall.

Mrs. Nelson is visiting with her brother in Indiana. She will return home soon.

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Thom of Racine, visited Sunday with William Thom, Jr.

Lyburn Stewart, of Chicago, spent the Fourth here with his wife and daughter.

George Safford of Bowmanville, has been visiting with his parents since Wednesday.

Clarence, William, Gordon and Robert Bonner visited Sunday with relatives in Russell.

Mr. and Mrs. David Minto and daughter Una have gone to Denver on an extended visit.

Mr. A. H. Stewart visited last Thursday with his brother-in- law, James Corrin, in Lake Forest.

Miss Lennie Cunningham, who has been visiting for some time with her cousin, Mabel Nelson, has returned to her home in Indiana.

Miss Rose Welch of Bowmanville, visited from Wednesday till Monday with her friend, Helen Safford.

The Fourth passed off very quietly here. A number of Christian Endeavorers enjoyed a picnic at Loon Lake.

Mr. and Mrs. David Young started Sunday on their trip to Scotland where they are to spend three months. They will take in Niagara Falls on their way to New York.

from the pages of the Waukegan Daily Sun 17 July 1907
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wheaton, of Wheaton, Ill., and Miss Rose Welch and George Safford, of Chicago, visited from Wednesday to Monday at the parsonage.

Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Stewart returned home Monday evening from Kansas.

Mrs. George Strang is entertaining friends from Michigan, who are enroute to Oregon.

Miss Inez Pollock, of Chicago, came Monday to spend some time with her mother.

Iva Jamison visited Mabel Hughes, of Gurnee, Tuesday.

A. H. Stewart attended the family reunion of the Curran's at Lake Forest, July 4th.

Mr. and Mrs. James Pollock spent the Fourth in Waukegan.

Mrs. C. E. Denman and Schuyler spent Saturday calling on friends in Gurnee.

Earl White visited a short time with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. David White, this week.

Mrs. A. E. Stewart left Monday to visit her daughter, Mrs. Denman, of Highland Park.

Miss Gladys Gail, of Highland Park, returned to her home Monday.

Several couples from here attended the dance at Antioch the Fourth. Ask them if it rained?

Mrs. C. A. Mathews left Friday to spend about two months with relatives in Kenosha.

Mr. and Mrs. David Young left Sunday for a three months trip to Scotland. They will stop at Niagara Falls to visit Dave's cousin. Millburn is without "the village blacksmith" for that length of time. Pleasant voyage.

There will be a Missionary tea the last Wednesday of the month at the church.

Mrs. Herbert Mathews spent the Fourth at Russell.

Lyburn Stewart, of Chicago, spent the Fourth with his family at his father's.

Mrs. Norman Adams is visiting her parent's, Mr. and Mrs. R. Pantall.

Mrs. Chandler, of Chicago, visited several days with Mr. and Mrs. Neihau's last week.

Antioch News18 July 1907
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Wheaton returned to their home Monday.

Rev. J. S. Morse has been visiting with Mr. Safford a few days.

Miss Nellie McDougall is entertaining her nephew from Antioch.

Mrs. A. E. Stewart is visiting with her daughter in Highland Park for a few weeks.

Bert Trotter and little niece of Evanston were visiting with Mrs. Bain this week.

Miss Cora White of Grayslake visited the fore part of last week with Miss Annie McCredie.

The C. E. society will give an ice cream and cake social on W. B. Stewart's lawn on Thursday evening, July 18.

At 4:15 Saturday afternoon occurred the death of George Gillings, at the home of his sister, Mrs. Van Alstine, where he has resided since his return from North Dakota. Mr. Gillings has been a sufferer from rheumatism when three weeks ago he was stricken with paralysis from which he never recovered his speech. He leaves five children to mourn his loss. The funeral was held Monday at 2:00 o'clock. Interment in Millburn cemetery.

Antioch News25 July 1907
Counsel for executors of the estate of James Henry Smith of Tuxedo Park, who died in Japan, have secured an order from Surrogate Howell of Orange county N. Y. directing William P. Gregg of Port Jervis the state transfer tax appraiser to appraise the estate of the late millionaire to determine the amount of the transfer tax due the state.
The appraisal will be conducted mainly in New York city, where the securities are stored.
It is understood that there is also property in London, England which is liable to a tax under the laws of the state.
The state of New York will get about $2,000,000 intransfer tax from the estate.

Mrs. Nelson has returned home from her visit to Indiana.

Mrs. Will Tower of Englewood, has been here visiting with Mrs. Tower.

Miss Gladys Stewart of Gurnee, has been here with her uncle, W. A. Bonner.

Mrs. Gerrity and two children went to Chicago Monday by way of Waukegan by boat.

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Trotter and children of Evanston, are visiting with Mrs. Bain.

Mr. and Mrs. Brown of Chicago, spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wentworth.

Miss Marie Popp of Barrington, has been visiting the past week with Mrs. George Gerrity.

The Rossbach children and their nurse from Evanston, are at John Trotter's for the summer.

Mrs. Ralph Wheaton and little son returned to their home this last Monday instead of last week.

Miss Alice Jamieson and little niece of Chicago, visited Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Jamieson.

Mrs. C. E. Denman and daughter, Mrs. McGuire, attended the funeral Sunday of Mrs. Denman's niece in Ravenswood.

Mrs. Will Tower returned home last Wednesday accompaned by Mrs. Elizabeth Tower, who will remain a few months.

Mrs. Florence Grey of Dakota, who has been visiting in Waukegan is here visiting with her uncle, Mr. W. B. Stewart.

Mrs. Sarah Dodge and niece, Miss Worden, of Rochester, Wis., visited from Friday night till Monday with relatives and friends here.

The ladies of the Millburn Missionary society are expecting to hold their 17th Annual Thank Offering Meeting and Missionary tea at the church Wednesday afternoon, July 31, beginning promptly at 2:30 o'clock, and extend the heartiest of invitations to their Lake county friends to come and enjoy a good and profitable time with them. An interesting program is prepared. Miss Lydia Finger of Chicago, general secretary of the Illinois W. H. M. U., is to speak and at 5 o'clock the Millburn ladies will furnish their usual good supper and will be glad to entertain their friends.

from the pages of the Waukegan Daily Sun 27 July 1907
Miss Alice Jameison and cousin spent part of Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Jameison.

Mrs. Geo. Gerrity went to the city Sunday to attend the funeral of her cousin returning Wednesday accompanied by her friend, Miss Marie Popp.

Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Wentworth visited in the city Wednesday bringing Warren Brown back with them for a few days.

Mrs. Will Tower visited H. B. Tower several days and Mrs. Elizabeth Tower returned with her for a few months stay.

Mrs. Lena Gaggin was in Millburn last Wednesday.

The Rossback children and nurse are at John Trotter's for a few weeks.

A large number from here attended the Warren Social held at Frank Hook's last Tuesday.

Mrs. Florence Stewart Gray and baby are visiting at W. B. Stewart's for some time.

Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Bain were Chicago visitors Wednesday and brought a little girl back with them to remain a while.

Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Odett returned Monday from Milwaukee accompanied by Mrs. Odett's brother and little boys who will visit for a few weeks.

Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Strang are entertaining company from Denver and Chicago.

The C. E. social held at the home of W. B. Stewart last Thursday was well attended and a fine time reported by all.

Mrs. Susan VanAlstine entertained the Warren society last Wednesday.

Mr. and Mrs. John Fulton, of Waukegan, spent Sunday with Mrs. Fulton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Pollock.

Mrs. John Bonner is entertaining relatives from Chicago.

Mrs. Sarah Dodge and Miss Vera Worden are visiting friends and relatives for a few days, staying at W. J. White's.

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Trotter and baby came Saturday to stay a short time at A. K. Bain's, their daughter Elizabeth having come the week before with her uncle, Bert Trotter. It was an error of the correspondent that Bert was married.

Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Wheaton and son returned home to Wheaton Monday.

Rev. Safford will exchange pulpits with Rev. Lawler, of Libertyville, Sunday July 28.

J. Hughes and C. W. Tucker, of Libertyville, were Millburn callers this week.

Wm. and James Thom and families spent Sunday with their parents at Libertyville.

from the pages of the Waukegan Daily Gazette 29 July 1907
Mrs. Florence Grey and little son Kenneth from the North are here visiting with Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Stewart.

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wheaton returned to their home in Wheaton Monday morning.

Miss Gladys Stewart, of Gurnee, has been visiting here.

Mrs. C. E. Denman and Mrs. W. G. McGuire attended a funeral in Ravenswood last Sunday.

Lyburn Stewart of Chicago has been visiting here with his wife and child.

Mrs. E. Tower is visiting with her son Will, in Englewood.

Miss Jamieson and little niece, of Berwyn, visited last Sunday with her parents.

Mr. Dodge and niece, Vera Worden of Rochester, Wis., visited with Mrs. White from Friday till Monday.

Mrs. Lyburn Stewart's mother of Chicago, has been here visiting.

Mrs. Will Tower of Englewood has been here visiting with Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Tower.

Miss Marie Popp, of Barrington returned to her home Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. Brown of Chicago visited Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wentworth.

Miss Cora White of Grayslake visited with M_________ McCredie recently.

Mrs. Gerrity and two children, James and Louise visited in Chicago Monday.

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