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Barrington Column Transcription, February 17, 1893

Friday, February 17, 1893

BARRINGTON

BAPTIST CHURCH=Mr. Bailey, Pastor.  Services every Sunday at 10:30 a.m.  Evening services at 7 p.m.  Sabbath school 12 m.

ST. ANN’S CATHOLIC CHURCH-Rev. J. F. Clancy, Pastor.  Services every other Sunday at 9 o’clock a.m.

METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH-E. W. Ward, Pastor.  Services every Sunday at 10:30 a.m. and 7 p.m.  Sabbath School at 12 m.  Children’s Services 3 p.m.  Class meeting 6:15 p.m.  Bible study Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Prayer meeting Friday, 7 p.m.

GERMAN EVANGELICAL CHURCH-Rev. Wm. A. Schuester, Pastor.  Services every Sunday at 10:30 a.m. Evening service at 7:30 p.m.  Sabbath school at 9 a.m.

GERMAN EVANGELICAL ST. PAUL’S CHURCH-Rev. E. Rahn, Pastor.  Services every Sunday at 10:30 a.m. Sabbath school at 9:30 a.m.

LOUNSBURY LODGE No. 751-Meets at their hall the second and fourth Saturdays of each month.  C. R. Austin, W. M.; L. A. Powers, S. W.; F. W. Shipman, J. W.; H. T. Abbott, Treas.; F. O. Willmarth, Sec.; W. J. Hanower, S. D.; Wm. McCredie, J. D.; A. Gleason, T.

BARRINGTON POST NO. 275-G. A. R. Department of Ill.-Meet every second Friday in the month at Parker’s Hall.  A. S. Henderson, Commander; L. F. Elvidge, S. V. C.; L. H. Bute, J. V. C.; A. Gleason, Q. M.; E. R. Clark, O. D.; C. G. Senn, O. C.; Henry Reuter, Sergt.; F. A. Lageschulte, Chap.

M. W. A. Camp 809-Meets every Saturday of each month at Lemay’s
Hall.  E. R. Clark, V. C.; John Robertson, W. A.; Fred Kirschner, V.; M. T. Lamey, Clerk; William Antholts, W.; Lyman Powers, E.; P. A. Hawley, S.

Last Monday afternoon a freight engine doing considerable switching in the C. & N. W. yards backed up over Mr. Brasel, flagman, at the crossing, but fortunately he had the presence of mind and good luck after being knocked down to get a hold of the brake beam in the rear of the engine.  But his perilous position was not discovered until he had been dragged about twenty rods. After he was taken from underneath the engine he was found to be able to walk alone but was badly bruised about the head.

Mrs. Eliza Freeman, who has been suffering from a fall, is able to be around
again.

Mr. G. Meyer shipped a load of cheese boxes from here to Hebron, Ill., on
Wednesday.

Several rooms of the public school celebrated St. Valentine’s Day.

Mr. F. C. Dunning made a call on friends here last Monday.

The Plum Grove Evangelical Church is holding revival meetings during this
week.

Clarence Plagge, son of Mr. J. C. Plagge, has been quite dangerously ill the fore
part of this week with the croup, but is much better now.

We are informed that we will have a dentist from Chicago here in the near future.

Mr. and Mrs. M. C. McIntosh visited a few days this week with the former’s
parents.

Charles Jahnke, who has been sick during the past week, is able to be out.

Miss Millie Thies of Plum Grove visited a few days last week at Enoch Landwere’s.

Mrs. H. Spear of Irving Park is visiting with her mother, Mrs. S. Jayne, this week.

Mr. Albert Leonard expects to go into the mercantile business in the near future at
Rockefeller, Ill.

Miss Julia Lamey of Chicago visited with her parents last Sunday.

Mr. Oscar Lawrence of Chicago spent a few days last week with his brother.

Superintendent Bright of Cook County visited one school Wednesday of last
week.

M. Demonowske of Chicago made Barrington friends a call last Friday.

Ira Mallory of the Nunda Herald was in town on Wednesday of last week.

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The party that stole the chickens from the yard of S. M. Jayne, last Saturday
evening, will save trouble by replacing them at an early date, as they are
well known.

Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Sodt entertained a number of their friends at their home
last Sunday.  Among those present were: Misses Signa Anderson of Elgin, Addie
and Laura Church of Barrington Center, Mr. and Mrs. Miller of Rockford, Messrs Harry Vermilya and James Kneebone of Elgin.

Miss Susie Fletcher, who has been visiting the past few weeks with her parents
in Sharon, Wis., returned last Monday.

John Thiese of Plum Grove made a call on friends here last Sunday.

The Barrington Choral Union will give a New England supper in the Baptist
Church parlors Wednesday evening,

Feb. 22, George and Martha Washington will be there and will do their best in
entertaining their many friends during the evening.  The Choral Union will render solos, duets, quartets and choruses, and Miss Carson, a prominent elocutionist of Arlington Heights, will favor the audience with a number of recitations.
Admission, including supper, 25 cents. There will be no pains spread to make
this a successful and enjoyable affair. By order of committee.

DIED-Wednesday, Feb. 8, Mrs. William Humphrey at the age of 53 years.  The
funeral occurred the following Friday, the Rev. Ward officiating.  Her remains were interred in Evergreen cemetery.

Mr. Harris of Chicago made Mr. William Gierke a short visit last week.

Miss Minnie Meyer of Elgin spent  several days of this week at home.

Among those on the sick list this week are Mr. Wm. Sherman and Mr. Wm.
Humphrey.

Mrs. J. Sizer visited a few days this weekwith relatives in the city.

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The W. R. C. ladies accepted an invitation of the Nunda W. R. C. to visit them last
Saturday afternoon.  Quite a number went and a very pleasant time was had
by those present.

Mr. A. O. Coddington delivered a lecture on “Poetry” before the Chautauqua Circle Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Harrower.  The lecture
was a scholarly production and gave all present a new impetus for the study of
poetry.  He also read several original poems which were highly appreciated.

Evangelistic meetings will be held in the Methodist Church beginning Friday night and continuing until Tuesday night.  Rev. Sherman Young of St. Louis
will assist the pastor.  Rev. W. H. Haight will preach Sunday night and administer
the sacraments.  All invited.

Philip Heckman of Naperville visited with Mr. Heimerdinger a few days last week.

Mrs. A. C. Bingham of Harvard was in town last week in the interest of her
balm, “New Remedies” which ? supplied to the people of Barrington and vicinity by our druggist, H. T. Abbott. All who are afflicted with catarrh, coughs
or rheumatism will do well to try thosemedicines, as they are not only remedies,
but cures.

Mrs. Crowley of Chicago is spending a few days this week visiting her mother, Mrs.
Grady.

Mr. Wheeler of Chicago visited last Sunday with Mr. A. V. H. Kimberley.

Mrs. Golden and daughter, who have been visiting with friends in the city,
returned home last Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. H. D. A. Grebe visited the former’s parents at Palatine last
Sunday.

Mr. Derby, a former principal of our school, was the guest of Mr. L. H. Bute
a few days this week.

Louis Shauble has rented rooms in Dietrick Mineck’s house into which he will
move about the first of the month.

Miss Baldwin closed school last Friday to attend the Cook County teachers’
meeting.

A surprise party was tendered Willie Grady by his schoolmates at the Columbia Hotel last Tuesday evening.

Mr. E. W. Shipman, who fell a fractured a blood vessel of the kneecap a few
weeks ago, is improving slowly.

The marriage of Miss Minnie Kiel of Chicago is announced to occur about
March 8.

Mrs. Gibner will sell at auction Tuesday, Feb. 21, on her farm, two miles
northeast of Barrington, the following property:  Five cows, two horses,
fourteen tons of hay, fifty bushels of oats, lumber wagon, bob sleighs,
cultivators, etc., and household furniture.  The above farm is for rent,
containing forty acres.  Good buildings and everything in first class order.

Mrs. F. Beinhoff is visiting a few days this week with relatives in the city.

M. W. Marvin, superintendent of Lake County schools, was here Thursday of
last week.

FOR SALE-At a bargain, 7-room cottage with brick basement:  centrally located,
only three blocks from depot:  on one of the main streets:  near church:  good
school near. Apply to FRANK E. CLEAVELAND Norwood Park.