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November, 1910

Antioch News3 November 1910
Mr. Neahaus is sick with appendicitis but a present writing is some better.

Charles Ames left Sunday for Fort Atkinson, Neb., to visit his parents.

Mrs. Edmund Gerry is in Waukegan. Her niece, Elsie Hess, is quite sick.

The Misses Ruby Strang and Jessie Jamieson spent Saturday and Sunday with friends in Waukegan.

Elmer Cannon accompanied his son Mortimer to Mudlavia, Indiana, to take mud baths for rheumatism.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Humphries and Mr. and Mrs. Brown of Waukegan spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Cremems.

Mr. and Mrs. Rossback and children and Miss Mamie Trotter of Evanston visited Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Bain, Sunday.

Mrs. Harry Gail of Highland Park visited her sister, Mrs. Webb, and also spent Sunday with Mrs. Josephine Mathews.

R. L. Strang is no better. Dr. Palmer of Grayslake and Dr. Knight of Waukegan were called in consultation with Dr. Jamieson the past week.

Mrs. Annie Hughes of Lake Villa visited her daughter, Mrs. R. L. Strang returning home Monday, and her granddaughter, Jessie Anne, accompanied her.

from the pages of the Waukegan Daily Gazette 4 November 1910
Mrs. Chas. Mathews returned from Antioch last Saturday.

Mrs. Elmer Cannon has been quite sick the past week.

R. L. Strang is no better at present writing.

Jessie Anne is staying with her grandma at Lake Villa.

Chas. Ames left for Nebraska for the winter.

Mortimer Cannon has gone to Mud Lava, Ind., to take mud baths.

Dr. Knight of Waukegan was called Sunday to consult with Dr. Jamieson for R. L. Strang.

Misses Ruby Gillings and Jessie Jamieson visited friends in Waukegan Saturday and Sunday.

Victor Rossback and family and Miss Mamie Trotter of Evanston came out Sunday in the auto and took dinner with Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Bain.

Mrs. Gerry is visiting relatives in Waukegan this week.

Antioch News10 November 1910
Prominent Resident of Millburn
Passed Away on Monday Last.
Robert Strang, a farmer near Millburn and well known throughout the county, died at his home Monday morning at ten o'clock. Death was directly due to hemmorrhages of the stomach, during an attack of typhoid fever.
Mr. Strang was taken ill a little over three weeks ago, with what appeared to be a mild case of typhoid fever and his condition was not considered serious until the hemorrhages set in, after which he lived but a few days.
The deceased was a brother-in-law of L. M. Hughes and a nephew of Mrs. Janet Thayer of this place. He was one of the most prominent men of the county and by his death the community loses one of its most honored and respected citizens. He always took an active part in the affairs of the county and at the time of his death was one of the directors of the State Bank of Antioch.
He was born at Millburn on the twenty-ninth day of June, 1860, and his entire life has been spent at that place. In 1885 he was united in marriage to Miss Erma Hughes and to them three children were born, Victor, aged twenty-one, Leone, aged nineteen and Jessie, aged two and a half years all of whom remain with the mother to mourn his loss. Besides his immediate family he is survived by his aged mother, Mrs. Robert Strang, Sr., four sisters, Mrs. Mavor of Chicago, Mrs. John Hughes of Millburn, Mrs. Frank Yule of Somers, Wis., Mrs. Ward Bain of Racine, Wis., and one brother John who resides in the west.
The funeral services are held at the home today (Thursday) at half past twelve o'clock, with the burial at the Millburn Cemetery.

Ward Bain of Racine transacted business here Tuesday.

Clarence Crawford is attending business college in Waukegan.

Miss Bertha Crawford returned from her western trip last Thursday.

Miss Villa Larson has the typhoid fever. She works at R. L. Strang's.

Earl White of Urbana visited Saturday and Sunday with his parents.

Mrs. Emma Hughes of Chicago visited the home folks the past week.

Joseph Anderson of Lake Forest was a business caller here Saturday and Monday.

Miss Annie McCredie of North Chicago spent Saturday and Sunday with the home folks.

Mrs. Clara Hook and daughter Cora of Grange Hall vicinity visited at W. G. McGuire's Friday.

Frank Yule of Somers, Wis., visited at the home of his brother- in-law, R. L. Strang, Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Tower have moved to the McCrombe house, known as the Rose place.

Leon Strang was sent for to come home from school at Urbana on account of the serious illness of his father.

Monday morning at ten o'clock occurred the death of R. L. Strang, from typhoid fever. He will be missed by his many friends and relatives in this community. The family have the sympathy of all.

from the pages of the Waukegan Daily Gazette 11 November 1910
Dr. Foley and Palmer were called Sunday for R. L. Strang.

Joseph Anderson of Lake Forest and others spoke here Saturday night.

Miss Bertha Crawford returned home last week from the west.

Mrs. May Yule left Tuesday for Dakota to spend the winter.

Earl White of Waubana visited the home folks Sunday.

Frank Yule of Somers, Wis., visited at R. L. Strang's Sunday.

Miss Willkoski of Chicago, one of the nurses for R. L. Strang returned Monday night.

R. L. Strang died of typhoid fever Monday morning at 10 o'clock.

Miss Villa Larson has typhoid fever and is seriously ill at her home.

Antioch News17 November 1910
Mrs. Wm. Hockaday, aged 76 years, an old and well known resident of the vicinity of Millburn died at the home of her grand daughter at Duluth on Sunday last. She had been a resident of Waukegan for the past few years and had been at Duluth but a few weeks. She was the last of one of the county's oldest families. The funeral was held at the home of her neice Mrs. Cynthia Miller of Gurnee Thursday Afternoon.

John Neihaus of Millburn, 67 years of age, died at the McAlister hospital Thursday afternoon following an operation for gall stones. He had been sick about five weeks.

Miss Villa Larson is still seriously ill with typhoid fever.

Rev. A. W. Safford spent Monday and Tuesday in Chicago.

Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Russell returned from Muscatine, Ia, Saturday.

Mrs. Josephine Mathews expects to leave soon to spent the winter in Florida.

Misses Inez Pollock and Alice Jamieson visited their parents Saturday and Sunday.

Miss Vivien Bonner is visiting friends and relatives in Chicago, DeKalb and Lily Lake.

Mrs. Edmund Gerry and children will move this week to Gary, Ind., their future home

Mr. and Mrs. William Tom., Sr., of Libertyville attended the funeral of R. L. Strang, Thursday.

The mission study class will meet Monday, Nov. 21, at 2:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. George Jamieson.

Mr. and Mrs. John Bonner were Chicago visitors Friday. Mrs. Bonner went on to Peoria to visit the Misses Dodge and other relatives.

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Taylor of Lilly Lake came Thursday to visit the latter's father, A. H. Stewart, and also attended the funeral of R. L. Strang.

The remains of Mrs. Amanda Lewis Hockaday, wife of W. H. Hockaday, were brought to Millburn for burial Wednesday. Mrs. Hockaday died at the home of her granddaughter, Mrs. Edith Stewart Schultz, at Duluth, Minn.

from the pages of the Waukegan Daily Gazette 18 November 1910
J. M. Strang returned from Pasadena, Cal., Thursday night.

Mrs. Ethel Douglass of Lake Villa is visiting her sister, Mrs. Erma Strang.

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Taylor of Lilly Lake visited A. H. Stewart Thursday and Friday of last week.

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Thom of Libertyville attended the funeral of R. L. Strang.

Mrs. Vosberg of Rochester, Minn. is visiting her neice, Mrs. Mathews for a few days and they will both soon leave for Florida to spend the winter.

Mr. Neahaus was taken to the Waukegan hospital in White's ambulance Tuesday. He is seriously ill with apendicitis.

The remains of Mrs. Amanda Lewis Hockaday will be brought here from Duluth, Minn., Wednesday. She died at the home of her grand-daughter, Mrs. Edith Stewart Schulze.

Mrs. John Bonner is visiting relatives at Peoria this week.

Mr. and Mrs. Ed Weil gave a Euchere party Wednesday night.

Miss Vivian Bonner is visiting friends and relatives of Lilly Lake and DeKalb this week.

Antioch News24 November 1910
J. M. Strang returned to Pasadena, Cal., this week.

Mrs. John Bonner returned Saturday from Peoria, Ill.

Mrs. Tillotson will spend the winter with Mrs. Janette Mathews.

Henry Wedge of Waukegan visited over Sunday with friends here.

Miss Marion McDougall is visiting her brother at Highland Park this week.

Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Thom entertained Mr. and Mrs. Neikirk of Norwood Park last Thursday.

Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wells gave a euchre party last Wednesday evening. A fine time is reported.

Mr. and Mrs. David Young entertained Mr. and Mrs. Peter McDonald of Evanston the past week.

Rev. A. W. Safford and Miss Foote will spend Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wheaton at Wheaton, Ill.

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Thom of Libertyville visited several days this week with their son W. G. Thom here.

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Rowland and Albert Rowland leave this week for their future home at Muscatine, Iowa.

A. H. Stewart left Monday to spend Thanksgiving with his daughter, Mrs. Edna Pember of North Amherst, Ohio.

Mr. Dawson of Iowa the purchaser of the Russell farm, attended the sale Monday. He will take possession in March.

Mrs. John Stewart of St. Paul, Minn. and Mrs. Edith Schulze of Duluth, Minn., visited relatives at Millburn and Waukegan last week.

The Millburn Ladies Aid society hold their regular monthly meeting Thursday, December 1, in the church parlor. A picnic dinner will be served.

John Henry Neihaus died Thursday at the McAllister hospital. Burial Sunday at the Millburn cemetery. He leaves a widow a son and a daughter to mourn his loss.

Word reached here Saturday of the death of Mrs. Annie Strang Perkinson of Chicago formerly of this vicinity. The funeral was held Monday with the burial at Mill Creek cemetery.

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