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The Misses Gilberts, of Round Lake, visited the Misses Bonner's the past week.
Miss Annie McCredie, Miss VanAlstine and Miss Clara Nelson attended the institute at Waukegan the past week.
Mrs. C. E. Bater returned Saturday from Evanston accompanied by her friend, Miss Lewis.
Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Jameison and little son returned to their home in Detroit Mich., last Sunday.
Earl White visited a short time with the home folks and was in our midst Sunday.
Missionary meeting was held Wednesday of this week at the home of Mrs. Robt. Strang.
Richard Pantall has had his home and store painted. Galloway, of Libertyville, did the work.
The directors of the Millburn creamery met the officers of the Round Lake creamery company last Tuesday.
Pay your subscription at the Independent tent on the fair grounds.
Mr. and Mrs. Anderson and Stanley and William, of Lake Forest, came out Sunday to J. H. Bonner's. Mr. and Mrs. Bonner returned with them for the day.
Mr. Brown visited over Sunday with F. W. Wentworth, visiting his son Warren.
A number from here attended the soldier's reunion last Thursday at Grayslake.
Mr. and Mrs. Paddgett and little daughter left Monday for their home at Charleston, Ill., having spent sometime with Mrs. Paddgett's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Jamieson.
It is rumored that the Millburn creamery is rented.
The Millburn creamery has not thought of closing and will still keep running.
Miss Lewis returned to her home Monday.
Mr. Huneryager and family spent Sunday at Pikeville. Mr. Huneryager may start a blacksmith shop there sometime in the future.
The Ladies' Aid Society will postpone their regular meeting Thursday on account of the Fair that week. Look out for the date later.
A. H. Stewart went to Chicago Tuesday to attend the marriage of his son, Ross Stewart.
Mrs. Josephine Mathews returned Friday from Kenosha where she has been visiting with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. G. Harris have been entertaining relatives from Racine since Saturday.
Curtis Wells, of Waukegan, was home Sunday and Monday.
Mrs. Elsie Lawrence and daughter Margaret of Tabor, Iowa, are here visiting with relatives and friends.
The Andersons of Lake Forest called last Sunday at W. B. Stewart's.
Mrs. Robert Strang has been quite poorly the past week, she is some better at present writing.
Miss Marian McDougall is home from Highland Park.
Mrs. Gerrity and Miss Mary Eichinger visited in Woodstock last week and attended the fair.
Olin Cleveland of Rochester is home for a few weeks vacation.
Mr. Brown of Chicago, visited over Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wentworth.
Miss Agnes Bonner entertained her Sunday school class of Girls at her home last Wednesday afternoon.
Wm. Spooner returned to his home in Oak Park Tuesday.
Mrs. Mavor of Chicago has been here visiting with her mother, Mrs. Robert Strang.
Mrs. Wm. Mavor of Chicago, is here visiting with her mother.
Mrs. Josephine Mathews returned Friday from her visit in Kenosha.
Mrs. Robert Strang has been sick the past week but is now on the gain.
Mr. A. Brown of Chicago, visited over Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wentworth.
Miss Carrie Bater has been entertaining her cousin, Mrs. Taylor, for a few days.
Miss Agnes Bonner entertained her Sunday school class at her home last Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bashaw and children of Racine, have been visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Giles Harris.
Mrs. George Gerrity and Miss Mary Eichinger attended the McHenry County fair at Woodstock last week.
Mrs. Elsie Lawrence and daughter Margaret of Tabor, Iowa, arrived here Saturday for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. John Bonner.
Mrs. Wentworth's daughter, Mrs. A. Brown, of Chicago, went to the hospital for an operation and is getting along nicely.
Mrs. A. W. Safford and son George, went to the city Wednesday. Mrs. Safford visited her daughter at Wheaton returning Friday with her daughter Helen.
The Missionary meeting met with Mrs. Geo. Jamieson last Wednesday last instead of Mrs. Strang.
Mrs. Cleveland returned home Saturday having spent three weeks in Waukegan visiting her mother and also her sister, Mrs. E. J. Heydecker.
Mrs. Skinner and lady friend are spending a short time at John Trotter's home.
Miss Taylor, of Taylorville, visited her aunt and cousin, Mrs. Bater a few days the past week on her return from Scotland.
Mrs. Robt. Strang has been ill for several days, but we are glad to say that at present writing she is better.
Mrs. W. Mavor, of Chicago, came Thursday to visit her mother, Mrs. Strang.
Miss Inez Pollock returned to Chicago Saturday. Miss Pollock enjoyed eight week's vacation and was greatly improved on her return to the city.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Thom were Chicago visitors Wednesday.
C. E. Denmann was a Zion City visitor Monday.
Mrs. Lawrence and daughter have returned to Tabor, Iowa.
Chauncey Cummings of Waukegan was a Millburn caller Monday.
Curtis Wells returned to Waukegan again after Labor Day.
Miss Maude Odett of Michigan is here visiting her brother Marshall.
Mrs. David White and Mrs. John Thain have been on the sick list.
Miss Margaret Wilcox of Oak Park is staying at John Trotter's for a short time.
Mr. Fred Hoffman is very sick. His many friends hope to see him out again soon.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Taylor of Lilly Lake visited a few days last week with Mr. A. H. Stewart.
Mrs. Frank Yule of Somers, Wis., has been visiting her grand daughter Mrs. James Thom.
A great many from here took in the Lake County fair at Libertyville last Thursday and Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Thom and children visited most of last week with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Thom, Sr. at Libertyville.
The Hockaday school opened Monday with Miss Clara Nelson as teacher, also the Dodge school with Miss Edith Van Alstine as teacher.
The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Edmonds died Monday morning after an short illness. The bereaved parents have the sympathy of the community.
Robert Bonner, Mabel Bonner, Leon Strang, Helen Safford, Pearl and Ruby Cleveland left Tuesday for Rochester, Wis. where they will resume their studies.
M. H. Sage passed away at his home on Chestnut street in Waukegan on Thursday evening Sept. 5 after many months of suffering. He formerly resided near Millburn. His funeral was from St. Mary's church at nine o'clock Saturday. He is survived by his wife and one child, Mrs. Helen Branner of Tuson, Washington.
Miss Pollock of Chicago visited here over Sunday.
Mr. Clarence Bonner spent Sunday at home.
Mrs. Bonner of Russell, visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Bonner.
The Ladies' Aid society will hold their annual sale and supper on Thursday Dec. 5.
John Hughes visited one day last week in Libertyville.
Miss Anderson of Lake Forest, visited here Saturday and Sunday.
Dr. and Mrs. H. E. Jameson spent Saturday in Chicago.
O. Druce, of Grayslake, visited last Sunday afternoon with Mr. William Cleveland.
The Millburn creamery has been leased to the Round Lake Milk Bottling Co., and Geo. Gerrity has charge of it.
The Hockaday school opened Monday with Miss Clara Nelson, teacher and the Dodge school also opened the same day with Miss VanAlistine as teacher.
Mr. and Mrs. Scott LeVoy and children, of Wadsworth, spent last Tuesday among Millburn friends.
Mrs. Josephine Matthews came home from Kenosha last Monday.
A. H. Stewart attended the wedding of his son, Ross, Sept. 3.
Ross Stewart formerly of Millburn now of Chicago, son of A. H. Stewart was married Tuesday, Sept. 3 to Miss Lydia Claire Galbreth, of Englewood. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart will be at home to their friends after October 1st. at 627 W. 61st St., Englewood.
The families of H. B. Tower and Goe Gerrity attended the Wadsworth picnic Labor Day.
Ralph Dady, of Waukegan, was a Millburn caller Tuesday last.
Miss Wilcox, of Oak Park, visited Miss Hazel Thain the past week.
Mrs. Abel, of Windsor Park, came for a week's stay at John Trotter's.
The Hockaday school has a new well and gravel filled in and is nicely cleaned. Hope the pupils appreciate it.
A. Brown spent Sunday with Wentworth and son Warren.
Will Strang has left for the northern part of Wisconsin.
Fred Doolittle made his regular monthly call Saturday with tea and coffee.
Mathew Sage, of Waukegan, formerly of this vicinity died Thursday, Sept. 5 and was buried Saturday in Waukegan. Mr. Sage has been a sufferer for a long time.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Denman attended the entertainment at Gurnee last Monday.
Mr. Tucker of Libertyville was a Millburn caller last Thursday.
Mr. Weed spent Monday at Fox Lake.
Robert Bonner, Mabel Bonner, Leon Strang, Helen Safford, Pearl and Ruby Cleveland started last week to attend school in Rochester, Wis.
Mr. Pollock is entertaining his sister, Mrs. Payne from Iowa.
Miss Mayme Trotter visited a few days last week with her sister, Lucy Trotter.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hughes and some friends have been visiting with Mrs. Spafford.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Trotter and little child who have spent the summer here returned to Chicago last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Bonner have been visiting in Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. William Thom and Mr. and Mrs. James Thom attended the Wisconsin State Fair at Milwaukee two days last week.
Simeon Ames and Jess Denman took a trip to Zion City Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Pember from Ohio visited a few days recently with the latter's father, A. H. Stewart. They returned last week.
Mrs. Mary Yule has been very sick the past week.
Mrs. Lewis and daughter of Waukegan came last Friday to visit with the Misses Emma and Nellie McDougall.
William Thom spent last Saturday with his parents in Libertyville.
Mrs. Hillman and son, of Waukegan attended the funeral last Wednesday of the little Edmonds child.
Wm. Thom was a visitor in Libertyville Saturday.
Jesse Denman and Simeon Ames visited in Zion City Sunday.
Mrs. Payne of Iowa is here visiting with her brother, James Pollock.
Mrs. A. K. Bain and little Dorathy went to Evanston Saturday to spend a week.
Mrs. Lewis and daughter of Waukegan are visiting with the McDougall sisters.
Miss Mayme Trotter visited from Thursday till Saturday when she returned to Evanston.
Miss Clara Nelson and her brother Arthur have returned from a few days visit in Chicago.
Mr. Charles Tucker and daughter Vera of Libertyville called at C. E. Denman's last Thursday.
Mr. Richard Trotter and family returned to Chicago Saturday after spending the summer here.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hughes and some friends from Chicago have been visiting with Mrs. Spafford.
There were nineteen persons from Millburn who attended the Wisconsin state fair Wednesday and Thursday.
Mrs. Ralph Taylor and two children returned to their home at Lily Lake last Wednesday after visiting a week with Mr. Stewart.
Mr. and Mrs. James Thom and Mr. and Wm. Thom visited from Wednesday till Friday at Somers, Wis., and also attended the state fair at Milwaukee.
The funeral of the eight months old child of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Edwards was held at the home last Wednesday morning. The interment was in the Warren cemetery.
Mrs. Payne, of Iowa, is spending sometime with her brother, James Pollock.
Miss Mamie Trotter, of Evanston, came Thursday to visit the home folks for a few days.
Twenty-three Millburnites attended the Milwaukee fair Wednesday and Thursday of last week and report a good time and a good fair.
Mrs. Mary Yule has been quite sick for the past week.
Mrs. Maggie Gallop and baby who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Mary Lewis returned to Montana last Saturday.
Quite a number from here attended the Royal Neighbors meeting at Gurnee last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hughes of Chicago, and some friends are visiting Mrs. Hughes mother, Mrs. Spafford.
Richard Trotter and family returned to their home in the city last Saturday.
Miss Alice Nelson and brother Arthur returned from the city Saturday having spent several days visiting friends.
C. W. Tucker and daughter Vera, of Libertyville were Millburn callers last week.
John Hughes, of Libertyville, was a Millburn caller last Thursday. It has been reported that Mr. Hughes is coming back to his farm this fall.
Mrs. Lewis and daughter visited from Saturday until Sunday with their aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. McDougalls.
Victor Strang left Tuesday for Beloit to attend the Beloit college.
Mr. Wentworth and Rev. Safford were Chicago visitors Monday.
Miss Mamie Trotter left Saturday for Evanston accompanied by Mrs. A. K. Bain and little Dorothy.
Mrs. Mary Mavor returned to her home in Chicago last Friday. Mrs. Eliza Hughes is taking care of her mother, Mrs. Strang at present. Mrs. R. Strang remains about the same.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. and Mr. and Mrs. James Thom visited with Frank Yule at Somers and attended the Milwaukee fair Thursday.
Victor Strang left last Wednesday for Beloit to resume his studies.
Mrs. Harmer and two boys from Hickory visited with Ed Wells Sunday.
Mr. I. L. Holmes' son and family left on Monday for their new home in Indianapolis.
George White and Ralph Miller of Rochester, visited the latter part of the week at home.
The remains of Mrs. Geo. Kerr of Loon Lake were interred in the Millburn cemetery last Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Giles Harris and son attended the Elkhorn Fair and visited with relatives in Geneva last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Denman and children of Waukegan, visited from Friday until Sunday with Mr. C. E. Denman.
Mr. and Mrs. Adams and daughters Mabel and Bae of Chicago Lawn, were visitors at Mr. R. Pantall's from Friday till Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Denman of Waukegan visited Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Denman.
John Trotter left last week of a visit in Colorado.
Mr. and Mrs. Adams and children have been visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Pantall.
Mr. G. H. Harris spent Tuesday and Wednesday in Janesville.
Mrs. Eliza Hughes returned Wednesday to Libertyville after visiting for a few days with her mother and other relatives.
George White and Ralph Miller who are attending school in Rochester were visiting at home the latter part of the week.
Little Carrie Cannon was quite sick the first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Hook of Warren visited Sunday with William McGuire.
Olin Cleveland has gone to Waukegan to attend Business college.
Mrs. Lieber, of Russell, who has been staying with her niece, Mrs. John Trotter returned home Thursday.
J. C. Denman and family, of Waukegan, visited his brother, C. E. Denman returning home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Adams and daughters, Mable and Bae came Friday to R. Pantall. Mr. Adams and children accompanied by Mr. Pantall returned Sunday.
Mr. Wightman, of Grayslake, was a Millburn caller Monday.
Olin Cleveland is stopping in Waukegan, and may attend business college there.
Paul Sullivan on his return from Kansasville to Rogers Park, Sunday stopped at Denman's.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Harris and son Harold left Tuesday for Elkhorn fair and to visit relatives in that vicinity returning Saturday.
Show! A show coming to Millburn Wednesday of this week.
Geo. White and Ralph Miller, students of Rochester Academy returned home for a few days visit.
We are glad to note that Mrs. Mary Yule is on the gain.
Lloyd White, of Waukegan, was a Millburn caller Saturday.
John Trotter and brother, Richard left last week for Colorado on a land inspection. John is expected home this week.
The Missionary Society will hold a Missionary tea at the "Oaks" or the home of the Misses McDougals.
Miss Carrie Bater has gone to Gurnee for a week's stay.
Mrs. Payne is visiting her niece, Mrs. John Fulton in Waukegan.
The Millburn Ladies' Aid Society will hold their monthly meeting at the church Thursday, Oct. 3, in the afternoon.
Mrs. George Kerr, of Loon Lake vicinity, was buried at Millburn last Wednesday. She leaves a husband and two children.
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