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There will be a home talent entertainment at the Millburn Congregational church on Friday evening, Feb. 9. Admission 25 and 15 cents.
The Missionary meeting with Mrs. Bater Wednesday.
The C. E. society will give a home talent play Feb. 9.
Mrs. J. A. Thain is in the Waukegan hospital for an operation.
Geo. Anderson of Lake Forest transacted business here Friday.
Geo. Miller and daughter Vera were Chicago visitors Saturday.
Mrs. C. E. Denman spent a few days at home returning to Chicago Saturday.
A. K. Bain and E. A. Martin were Chicago visitors Tuesday and Wednesday.
Messrs. C. E. Denman, Geo. Jamieson and Guy Hughes are on jury this week.
J. S. Denman is still in a critical condition at the German- American hospital in Chicago.
Miss Carrie Irving and neices Helen and Lucile Trotter returned to South Dakota Tuesday.
Geo. White and sister Bertha spent Tuesday in Chicago at the German-American hospital with J. S. Denman.
The Ladies Aid society will hold their regular monthly meeting Feb. 8, at the church. Dinner served by Mrs. Bain and Miss Bonner.
The C. E. society give their play Friday evening, Feb. 9.
D. M. White and Miss Bertha were Chicago visitors the past week.
Miss Lewis of Russell visited with Miss Bater Saturday and Sunday.
Dr. Jamieson visited his brother-in-law at Wilmington, Ill., last week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. McGuire and son spent Thursday with J. S. Denman in Chicago.
Messrs. Leslie and Mortimer Cannon spent Wednesday with their mother at Elgin.
George White has been sick with tonsilitis the past week, but at present writing is better.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Griffith of Waukegan visited William McGuire and relatives here the fore part of the week.
Mrs. R. L. Hughes of Chicago visited her mother the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Denman, Earl and George White were Chicago visitors recently.
Miss Coral Hucker of Lake Villa visited several days with friends in this vicinity.
Mrs. Jessie Thom attended the funeral of her cousin in Chicago Wednesday.
Miss Belle Hughes and Mrs. W. J. White attended the entertainment Friday evening.
The many friends of Jesse Denman gave him a postal shower at the hospital last week. He received about one hundred cards.
Jack Armour was seriously injured last Tuesday when a tree fell and caught him on the head, fracturing his skull and injuring one eye quite badly.
Vene Neil fell on the ice and sprained his ankle
Many from this vicinity attended the farmers institute.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Thom were Chicago visitors Tuesday.
Arthur Nelson is in a Chicago hospital. Dr. Jamison took him in Friday.
Mrs. Marjorie Cannon of Mt. Carroll College, Mt. Carroll, Illinois, is home for a week.
Ed. Dodge of Rochester, Wisconsin, is visiting friends and relatives in this vicinity this week.
Mrs. Wm. Neil died at her home near Millburn Sunday evening. The funeral was held Wednesday at the house and interment in Millburn cemetery.
Miss Foote returned from Wheaton, Ill., this week.
W. J. White will soon move to Millburn from Antioch.
Several of the Schools closed Monday on account of the storm.
Mrs. Alex Hughes is visiting her parents at Urbana this week.
Eugene Clark will move this week to his new farm west of Millburn.
Dr. Jamison has been sick for the past week but is some better at present writing.
Menzo Webb has rented the Trotter farm vacated by E. Clark and move this week.
Mrs. Lizzie Stewart of Gurnee visited relatives in this vicinity Sunday and Monday.
The Millburn Ladies Aid society will meet at the church Thursday, March 7th. Dinner will be served by Miss Foote and Mrs. Safford.
Mrs. Nillie Bater Cannon died February 24., wife of N. E. Cannon, funeral Wednesday, March 28th., from the church, interment at Millburn cemetary.
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