Barrington Column Transcription, March 11, 1892
Friday, March 11, 1892
CHURCH AND SOCIETY NOTICES.
S. of V.-meet at Colburn’s hall, third Tuesday of each month. F. O. Willmarth, Captain; Albert Ulitech, First Sergeant I.
BAPTIST CHURCH-Mr. Henry, Pastor. Services every Sunday at 10:30 a.m. Evening services at 7:30 p.m. Sabbath school 12 m.
ST. ANN’S CATHOLIC CHURCH-Rev. E. A. Goulet, Pastor. Services every other Sunday at 9 o’clock a.m.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH-Rev. Wm. Clark, Pastor. Services every Sunday at 10:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sabbath school at 12 m. Class meeting at 9 a.m.
GERMAN EVANGELICAL CHURCH-Rev. A. Schuester, Pastor. Services every Sunday at 10;30 a.m. Evening services 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. Evening services at 7:30 p.m. Sabbath school at 9 a.m.
LOUNSBURY LODGE, No. 751,-meets at their hall the second and fourth Saturdays of each month. C. H. Austin, W. M.; A. Gleason, S. W.; C. H. Lines, J. W.; H. T. Abbott, Treas.; F. O. Willmarth, Sec.; L. A. Powers, S. D.; Albert Ulitech, J. D.; Stewart Miller, T.
BARRINGTON POST, No. 275, G. A. R. Department of Ill.-meet every second Friday in the month, at Colburn’s Hall. F. J. Buck, Commander; R. Purcell, S. V. C.; Fred Waterman, J. V. C.; L. Krahn, S.; Stewart Miller, Chaplain; A. Glea son, Q. M.; A. S. Henderson, D.; C. G. Senn, O. G.
W. R. C., No. 95-meet the second and fourth Wednesday of each month. Mrs. R. Lombard, Pres. Miss R. Brockway, Sec.
M. W. A., No. 809-meet first and third Saturday of each month, at Lamey’s Hall. D. A. Smith, V. C.; John Robertson, W. A.; C. H. Kendall, E. B.; C. H. Austin, Clerk; H. K. Brockway, R.; Fred Kirschner, W.; Wm. Antholtz, S.
The officers of the Modern Woodmen of America were installed last Saturday evening.
The young folks gave Henry and Carrie Meyer a surprise party at the residence of Mr. P. A. Hawley Wednesday evening of last week. A pleasant evening was spent by those present.
Mr. James Jones of Chicago was a visitor here Sunday.
The Chicago Milk Shippers association has leased the large and roomy premises of 3 West Washington street, now occupied as a cold storage warehouse, and will establish there a large plant for the manufacture of butter and cheese, and other milk products. The plant will have a capacity of 3,000 cans of milk a day, and in addition to the regular supply of cream and milk to customers, proposes to use up the supply, shipment of the association in the manner mentioned. Secretary Merrifield said the present capacity of the association was about 600 cans a day, which was found inadequate. In the new plant there will be a chance ? new members in districts with convenient ? surplus products. The new establishment will be in running order by April 1.
James Doran of Chicago, visited his mother Sunday.
Misses Grace, Gertrude and Dolly Bennett of Chicago visited here Sunday.
Edward Heimerdinger of Chicago visited his parents Sunday.
Doc Zimmerman of Chicago spent Sunday with friends here.
Grebe and Gieske have a new sign.
Charles Lederle has bought the store at Cuba owned by Conrad Kraus.
Mr. Frank Dunning of Dundee spent Saturday and Sunday here.
Mr. and Mrs. Westfall’s youngest child died Tuesday.
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The Village Board met in regular session, Wednesday evening, March 2, with President Clark in the chair; all trustees were present. Minutes of last regular meeting were read and approved. The following bills were allowed and ordered paid: E. Lamey, tile $ 5.35 Cary Gravel company, gravel 34.00 John Jahnke, labor 14.00 John Meier, Sunday night watch 33.33 Plagge & Frye, tile 1.92 John C. Plagge, oil, etc. 17.68 Plagge & Co., lumber. 7.85 M. B. McIntosh, tile 7.84 Total $121.97 An ordinance was passed for the extention of Station street West to Cemetery Street, and a motion was made and carried that Cook Street be opened south in accordance with an ordinance passed last year. Trustee Collen made a motion that eight cars more of gravel be ordered from Cary Gravel Co. Carried. Motion made and carried that board adjourn until next regular meeting the first Wednesday in April.
A Daring Burglary.
Last Sunday morning about 11 o’clock two men walked in Mr. Henry Meier’s house and demanded his money, and to convince him they meant business one of them pulled a revolver and said if he made any noise it would cost him his life. Mr. Meier, who has been quite sick for some time past, was helpless, his family all being at church and himself alone and too feeble to resist their demands. He told them where the money was that he had in the house. They then tied his hands and placed him in a closet and barred the door. They secured $33 in cash, and destroyed one of Mr. Meier’s account books. Their object in doing this cannot be explained. One of the men wore a mask and it is rumored that he is well known. No arrests have been made at present writing. Mr. Meier was considerably prostrated over the affair. It was nearly an hour and a half before it was known that burglars had entered the house, and during all this time he was left locked in the closet. Everything possible is being done to bring the guilty to justice.
Forty acres good village land with good house and barn, two and one half miles east of Barrington. Will rent for cash. Inquire of M. T. Lamey, Barrington, Ill.
Books about Barrington Area History
History of Cook County, Illinois
Stowaway to Heaven
Barsumian, Nazareth Sarkis
They Builded Better Than They Knew
Benson, Barbara L.
Echoes of a Century
First Baptist Church (Barrington, IL).
A Club in the Country: The Story of Barrington Hills Country Club
Schmitz, Patty Dowd.
Hark Back to Barrington: Fifty Years with the Fox River Valley Hunt
Fitch, Victoria R., and D. Susan Johnson.
A History of Barrington, Illinois
Lines, Arnett C.
Tales of Old Barrington
Sharp, Cynthia Baker