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September, 1912

Antioch News5 September 1912
Robt. McDougall Passes Away After Illness of Some time.
Robert McDougall, a pioneer resident of Lake County and one of the best known Scotchman of Northern Illinois, died at his home in Millburn at six o'clock Monday evening after an illness of a number of weeks. Some little time ago he suffered from an stroke of paralysis and was confined to his bed for a few weeks but slowly recovered until he was able to be up and about and was considered out of all danger. However on Friday last while doing some light chores about the barn he had a second stroke and survived but three days.
The deceased had been a resident of Lake county for the past sixty years coming here in the year of 1852. He was born at Halifax, Nova Scotia, Oct. 22, 1846, and came with his parents to America when but six years of age. At first their home was in Waukegan but they later moved to Lake Villa and when their farm was sold moved to another at Loon Lake, where they resided for about eighteen years and later moving to Millburn. He is survived by five sisters, the Misses Nellie, Marian and Emma McDougall with whom he resided, and Mrs. Eugene Clark and Mrs. Minnie Lewis and also two brothers, J. J. McDougall of Longmont, Colo., and Alexander of Chicago.
The funeral services were held at the home on Wednesday afternoon at one o'clock with interment in the Jones cemetery at Loon Lake.

Mrs. F. Denman left this week for Lincoln, Ill.

Frank White of Lyons, Neb., visited here last week.

The Millburn Sunday School picnic was well attended.

Mrs. Knox and daughter returned to Dakota Wednesday.

Miss C. E. Bater spent several days in Evanston last week.

Miss Una Minto entertained a friend from Wisconsin last week.

Mrs. O. Shepardson and daughter of Pennsylvania are visiting here.

Miss Dorothy Douglass of Waukegan and A. DeMallie of Kenosha are guest of D. M. White's.

Robert McDougall died Monday evening of Paralysis. He leaves several brothers and sisters and many relatives and friends.

Antioch News12 September 1912
Many from here attended the County fair.

Rev. Safford was a Chicago visitor Monday.

J. A. Thain returned from Montana Saturday.

Pearl Hughes returned to Libertyville Monday.

C. L. Slocum of Neceda, Wis., is visiting relatives here.

Miss Vida Jamison will attend school at Libertyville this year.

Miss Alice Jamieson of Chicago is spending her vacation here.

C. E. Denman has returned from Lincoln, Ill., where he spent a few days with his parents.

Miss Pearl Cleveland is teaching the Jones school this year and Miss Maude Cleveland the Waterbury school.

Antioch News19 September 1912
Earl White of Madison, spent a week with his parents here.

Mr. and Dan Nellis of McHenry are visiting at John Chopes.

A child of Harry Kerr was buried in the Millburn cemetery Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. George Jamieson and daughter Alice are spending a few weeks at Rochester.

The Millburn Ladies Aid society is invited to spend Thursday, Aug. 19, with the Hickory society.

Mrs. L. Lamb and Mrs. H. Shepard of Lamb's Corners attended the Ladies Aid Society Thursday.

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