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September, 1910

Antioch News1 September 1910
Mrs. Josephine Mathews returned from Pontiac Tuesday.

Victor Strang left Monday for St. Elmo, Ill., to teach school.

Prof. Jack has been asked to teach the Grubb school this term.

The Hockaday school will open Sept. 12 with Miss Eddy as teacher.

Earl White of Urbana, is spending a short time with the home folks.

The Millburn Sunday School will hold a picnic Tuesday at Druce's Lake.

I. L. Holmes has moved his stock to his farm east of Wadsworth for a short time.

Miss Helen Clark of Urbana, Ill., is visiting the Misses Bertha and Margaret White.

Miss Maggie Watson of Hinsdale, is spending a two weeks' vacation with the home folks.

Mrs. Mary Mavor of Chicago, came Saturday to spend Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Robert Strang.

Mr. and Mrs. F. Denman and son of Highland Park, spent Sunday with his brother C. E. Denman.

Misses Cora and Nellie Hook of Grange Hall vicinity, visited several days with their cousin, Ethel McGuire.

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schanck and son Richard, of Libertyville, called on their aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. R. Pantall, recently.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Humphries and Mr. and Mrs. T. White of California, spent several days with the Bains and Cremins.

The daughters of Frank Bain, Doris, Ardell and Edna of Waukegan, visited their uncle, A. K. Bain, several days last week.

Dr. Jamieson's brother of Cherry Valley, Ill., visited a few days with him recently. The doctor's mother also came Wednesday to spend the winter.

Wm. Gallagher, son of John Gallagher, who was shot by Matt Meyer, died at the Jane McAlister hospital Monday morning. Funeral Wednesday, burial in Mill Creek cemetery.

from the pages of the Waukegan Daily Gazette 2 September 1910
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Humphries of Waukegan, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas White of California visited friends and relatives here from Thursday until Sunday.

Miss Watson of Hinsdale is visiting her mother and sister for a few weeks.

Dr. Jamison's mother returned from Cherry Valley last Wednesday. Her son accompanied her here.

Mrs. Mavor of Chicago visited her mother Sunday.

Fred Heddle of Somers is doing carpenter work in this vicinity.

The Hockaday school opens Sept. 12, with Miss Eddy as teacher.

Mrs. Joan Eichanger is visiting friends in Chicago.

Misses Whites will give a shower in honor of their cousin, Vera Worden of Rochester, Wis., Thursday afternoon of this week.

The Missionary Society will meet with Mrs. Geo. Jamison Wednesday afternoon.

The Millburn Congregational church will hold their picnic Tuesday of this week at Druce's Lake.

Antioch News8 September 1910
The Hockaday, Dodge and Grubb schools open Sept. 12.

Mrs. C. E. Denman is entertaining company from Chicago.

Major Thom of Waukegan, spent several days with his cousin, Harris Thom.

Mrs. and Miss Bater spent Wednesday with Mrs. L. W. Wakefield of Gurnee.

Mrs. Elizabeth Tower spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Sheppard of Gurnee.

C. W. Russell's mother returned to her home Wednesday after having spent a month with him.

Mr. and Mrs. John Perkins and family of Kenosha, visited Sunday and Monday at J. A. Thain's.

Miss K. L. Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Erskine of Waukegan, called on friends and took supper with the Ladies' Aid society.

The C. E. business meeting will be held at the home of Misses Clara and Alice Nelson at Loon Lake Friday, Sept. 9.

from the pages of the Waukegan Daily Gazette 9 September 1910
Mrs. R. Edwards was a Chicago visitor this week.

Mrs. Adams and daughter returned to Chicago Lawn Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. Peter McDonald of Evanston visited a few days with the latter's brother, Dave Young.

Miss Bates spent a few days in Evanston.

Miss Pearl Cleveland left Sunday for Big Hollow, where she will teach this year.

Miss Helen Safford returned from Lake Geneva Monday.

Miss Ruby Cleveland of Chicago spent Sunday with her parents.

Norman Adams of Chicago Lawn is visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. Pantall.

Charles Holmes visited his family for a few days.

C. E. business meeting will be held at the home of A. O. Wilson of Loon Lake Friday evening, Sept. 9.

Mrs. Libby Padgett and daughters of Charleston, Ill. is visiting her parents.

Antioch News15 September 1910
A. K. Bain was a Chicago visitor Saturday.

Miss Helen Safford left Monday for Wheaton College, Wheaton, Ill.

Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Tower visited a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Neahus.

Mr. and Mrs. Lockie of Chicago, visited A. H. Stewart and also in Antioch the past week.

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Strang and son of Waukegan, spent Sunday with Mrs. George Strang..

Mrs. Maud Cleveland left Wednesday for Rochester, Wis., where she will attend the academy this year.

Misses Alice and Vinnie Jamieson spent the week with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Jamieson.

John and Florence Russell visited from Friday until Sunday with O. A. Nelson and family of Loon Lake.

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Edmunds returned from Chicago Monday, Mrs. Edmunds having spent a week there.

Mrs. James Jamieson left for Chicago Sunday to help take care of her grandson, Alfred Roberts, who is seriously ill.

Mrs. Lyburn Stewart and daughters will visit A. H. Stewart for a few weeks. Lyburn spent Sunday with his family.

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Thom and children returned from Nebraska Saturday and are visiting his brother William and family at present.

Mr. and Mrs. Huntley and granddaughter of Chicago, came Saturday and will visit a week with the former's sister, Mrs. Jannette Mathews.

from the pages of the Waukegan Daily Gazette 16 September 1910
A. K. Bain transacted business in Chicago Saturday.

Mrs. George Strang accompanied her son Eugene and family to Waukegan to spend a short time with them.

Mr. A. H. Stewart entertained Mr. and Mrs. Lockie of Chicago the past week.

Many from this vicinity attended the Milwaukee fair this week.

Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Tower called on friends Saturday and Sunday and visited Mr. and Mrs. Neahaus.

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Thom and children are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Thom.

Mrs. Chas. Mathews is entertaining her brother and family, Mr. Huntley this week.

Miss Eddy, the new teacher, took charge today (Monday) and will board with Mrs. Bater.

Charles Holmes of Chicago spent Sunday with his family.

Mrs. E. Edmonds spent the past week in Chicago and R. Edmonds went in Friday for a few days, returning home Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jamison and baby of Detroit returned home Sunday. Mrs. James Jamison accompanied them as far as Chicago.

Maud Cleveland returned to Rochester academy, Rochester, Wis., last Wednesday.

Miss Margaret Watson returned to Hinsdale Thursday, having spent a two weeks vacation with the home folks.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Humphries of Waukegan and friends called on W. B. Stewart Wednesday.

The grandson of Mr. and Mrs. James Jamieson is seriously ill at his home in Chicago.

Miss Alice Jamieson returned to Chicago Monday, having spent a week with her parents.

Antioch News22 September 1910
The Grubb school will be closed for a week.

Leon Strang left Friday to attend school at Urbana.

Mrs. Jamieson, Dr. Jamieson's mother, is sick at present writing.

Lyburn Stewart and family of Chicago returned home Sunday.

Many from this vicinity attended the Milwaukee fair last Thursday.

Mr. and Mrs. David White attended the plowing match at Plainsfield Saturday.

Miss Inez Pollock of Chicago, is spending a ten days vacation with her mother.

Mrs. White of Chicago, is visiting her cousins, the Stewert and Bonner families, this week.

Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Bain and Dorothy spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cremins at Grayslake.

Rev. A. W. Safford has postponed his vacation for two weeks and will fill the pulpit as usual next Sunday.

Miss Vera Werden, formerly of this place will soon be married at Rochester, Wis., where her home is now.

The Annual Missionary Tea held in September at "The Oaks" will be held Wednesday, September 28. A good program will be provided and tea will be served. Everyone welcome.

Mrs. W. G. Tom and children left Wednesday to visit her parents in Peoria. Mrs. Edwin Thom and children will keep house. Edwin Thom is attending veterinary school in Chicago.

The little two year old child of Mr. and Mrs. Schultz died of a contagious disease Saturday, September 17, and was buried Sunday at Millburn cemetery. The family have the sympathy of the community.

from the pages of the Waukegan Daily Gazette 24 September 1910
A child belonging to Mr. and Mrs. Shultz died Saturday and was buried at Millburn cemetery.

Mrs. Wm. Thom and children leave this week for Peoria to visit her parents.

A. H. Stewart's son Lyburn and family returned to their home in Chicago Sunday.

Mrs. George Strang returned from a weeks' visit with her son, Eugene, in Waukegan.

Rev. A. W. Safford expected to take a two week's vacation beginning at once but has postponed his vacation for two weeks. He will fill the pulpit this Sunday morning.

Mr. and Mrs. David White spent Saturday at Plainfield.

Many attended the Milwaukee fair from here.

The missionary tea, Sept 28, at the home of Miss Nellie McDougall, at "The Oaks". Don't forget the date. Everybody welcome. A good program and tea will be served.

Mrs. Edwin Thom will keep house for Mrs. Wm. Thom while she is away.

Antioch News29 September 1910
The undersigned will sell at public auction on the Thayer farm about 6 miles east of Antioch, 1 1/2 miles west of Millburn and 4 1/2 miles north-east of Lake Villa, on
Commencing at 1:00 o'clock sharp, the following property, to-wit: 10 cows, 3 horses, 1 colt, set harness, single harness, wagon, spring wagon, surrey, light buggy, wagon box, hay rack, disc, pair bob sleds, walking plow, corn cultivator, pair drags, 1 dozen milk cans and pails, 10 tons hay in barn, wheelbarrow, grindstone, tank heater, crosscut saw, 3 old geese, some young geese, chickens, turkeys, hay fork, rope and pulleys; hay knife, hard coal stove, 2 bedsteads, looking glass, glass cupboard, chairs, sofa, kitchen table, wash tub, washing machine, oil can, and many other articles too numerous to mention, Usual terms.
GEO. VOGEL, Auctioneer.

Mrs. C. E. Denman spent Friday and Saturday in Chicago.

Mrs. Richard Pantall entertained her niece from Missouri a few days.

Miss Pearl Cleveland visited the home folks from Friday until Sunday.

Mr. John McGuire and son Chase spent Sunday with his brother William.

Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Mathews of Kenosha visited Mrs. Josephine Mathews Sunday.

Mrs. L. Burge of Grayslake visited her son and daughter, Mrs. Warren Hook the past week.

Miss Nellie McDougall will entertain the Ladies' Missionary society Wednesday afternoon at the Oaks.

Mrs. James Pollock and Miss Mamie Carney of Waukegan, spent Saturday and Sunday at the home place and called on old acquaintances.

The invitation are out for the wedding of Miss Vera Worden and Mr. Leslie Kampen for Oct. 1 at the home of her Aunt, Mrs Sarah Dodge of Rochester, Wis.

Mr. Fred Hoffman of this vicinity died Wednesday Sept., 12, 1910, and was buried at Warren Cemetery Saturday Sept., 24 , 1910, was sick only a short time. He leaves a wife and two children to mourn his loss.

The Ladies Aid Society will hold their regular monthly meeting at the church Thursday Oct., 6, dinner will be served. We will demonstrate the vacuum cleaner and all interested are requested to be present.

from the pages of the Waukegan Daily Gazette 30 September 1910
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mathews of Kenosha were guests of Mrs. Herbert Mathews Saturday and Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Anderson and children of Lake Forest spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Stewart.

Dr. Jamison's sister, Mrs. Seavey of Kansas is here helping care for their mother, who is seriously ill.

Mrs. Ed. Gerry entertained her neice from Missouri Friday and Saturday.

Wm. McGuire entertained his brother John McGuire and son Chase of Antioch Sunday.

Miss Vera Worden will be married Oct. 1, to Mr. Leslie Kamper at Kenosha.

Mr. Miller and George Stephens transacted business in Chicago the past week.

Mrs. Burge of Grayslake, spent Sunday with her daughter, Mrs. Warren Hook.

Missionary meeting Wednesday at The Oakes.

The Ladies' Aid society will meet in the church parlor Thursday forenoon, Oct. 6. A vacuum cleaner will be demonstrated and all interested are requested to be present. Note the change. Dinner will be served.

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