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Barrington Column Transcription, March 18, 1893

Saturday, March 18, 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. H. 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. G.; Henry Reuter, Sergt.; F. A. Lageschulte, Chap.

W. R. C. No. 85-Meets the second and fourth Wednesday of each month.  Emily Gleason, Pres.; Miss Bertha Seebert, Sec.

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

FOR SALE-Farm of 118 acres of land with good buildings, and store situated in first-class location. For particulars call on or address
LOUIS LAGENHEIM
Lagenheim, Ill.

Mrs. M. C. McIntosh of Chicago spent last Sunday at the home of M. R. McIntosh.

DIED-Mother Plagge, at the residence of her son, J. C. Plagge, Monday, March 13, 1893, aged 80. The funeral was held at the German Evangelical Church last Thursday.  The Rev. William Schuster assisted by the Rev. Messner of Elgin, officiated.  Her remains were taken to Northfield cemetery for burial.

Mr. Walter Harrower now of Waukegan, made a business trip here last week.

Mr. Stone of Chicago visited friends here a few days last week.

“Doc” Zimmerman made a number of his friends here a call last Sunday.

Areh and Bertie Abbs of Chicago visited with their parents last Sunday.

The Town of Cuba will hold a caucus this afternoon, March 18, at 2 o’clock, to nominate candidates to fill the Town offices.

The W. R. C. had another sewing bee last Friday afternoon.  A large number was in attendance.

Miss Clara Generous of Highland Park spent last Sunday with her mother.

Miss May Crowley of Chicago visited with her aunt, Miss Grady, a few days last week.

Mrs. Fox is spending a few weeks with her mother at Janesville, Wis., who has been suffering with a severe attack of rheumatism.

Mrs. Kingsley (nee Leonard) of Chicago spent a few days of last week with her mother.

Mrs. Wood of Sterling, Ill., was the guest of Mr. David Wink the past week.

Miss Nellie Gray returned home from the city last week after a few weeks’ visit with relatives at that place.

Mr. and Mrs. Kirmsie of Chicago visited at the home of their son Gustave a few days this week.

Those initiated at the last meeting of the W. R. C. were Mesdames J. Collins, S. Robertson and Misses Cora Highley, Jessie West and Emma Robertson.

The Quotation Social, to occur at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. Peck on Thursday evening, has been changed to Friday evening of this week.

A.W. Meyer & Co. having a large assortment of wall paper, they are able to give you the latest patterns at the very lowest prices.

Mrs. Peter Jacobson spent a few days this week at the home of her parents at Lake Zurich.

FOR SALE OR RENT.-A five room cottage, with two lots.  For particulars call on or address,
MRS. WILLMER,   
Barrington, Ill.

Mr. William Platt of Wauconda called on friends here last Monday.

Mr. Thomas Callahan of Chicago visited with his mother last Sunday.

For fancy dress goods and trimmings go to A. W. Meyer & Co.

A number of our young men attended the dance at Lake Zurich last Saturday evening.

Mr. S. Gates of Chicago visited at Mr. Seebert’s last week.

Mr. J. Robertson started for the East last Wednesday on a business trip.

Mr. Carl Naehr is making improvements in his place recently bought of Mr. Lageschulte.

Twenty pounds of granulated sugar for one dollar at A. W. Meyer & Co.’s.

Mrs. Rose of Woodstock was a guest at the home of C. C. Hennings this week.
Mr. George Barnum of Waukegan spent Sunday here.

Presiding Elder Messner of Elgin conducted the quarterly meeting services at the German Evangelical Church this week.

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Bennett and daughter and Miss Dollie Bennett were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Henderson last Sunday.

Mesdames Prichard and Kehoe of Chicago made a call on friends a few days of this week.

Geo. Alverson is on jury in Chicago this week.  Wm. Brockway is agent of E. J. E. during his absence.

Send us the news of your neighborhood.

Mr. Wheeler of Chicago was a visitor of A. V. H. Kimberley last Monday.

Miss Susie Fletcher is spending this week with friends at Waukegan.

OBITUARY.
Eliza Elvidge died at the home of her son, L. E. Elvidge, Monday, March 13, 1893, at the age of 81.  She was born in Lincolnshire, Eng., Oct. 23, 1812, and came to America June 1847, married John Elvidge June 13, 1847, who died Aug. 28, 1859, leaving two sons.  On March 3, 1851, she was married to Charles Freeman and who died Nov. 9, 1860, leaving a daughter who also died Sept. 12, 1862.  The funeral was held at the Baptist Church last Wednesday, the Rev. R. Bailey officiating.  The interment took place at Dear Grove.

Modern Woodmen of America
We have been presented with a handsome copy of the special edition of the Modern Woodman,  the official organ of the Modern Woodmen of America, a fraternal insurance society.  There were 156,000 copies of this edition printed, and it contains a full page half-tone cut of the head officers and delegates to the last Head Camp at Omaha.  Fraternal insurance is becoming very popular with the people and the M. W. A. is fast taking the lead amongst these fraternities.  Over
25,000 new members joined this order in 1892 and already 6,000 have joined in 1893.  The highest average cost per year of carrying $1,000 insurance has only been $4.95, the cheapest on record.  This order is financially sound and is under excellent management and embraces in its membership 80,000 of the brainy working men iof the Great Northwest.  It is doing an immense  amount of good and distributes monthly about $75,000.  If you want to join this order you can
receive full information from the clerk, M. T. Lamey, or members of the camp.