The Tabor Beacon March 04, 1898
Eck Sidener went to Silver City Tuesday.
Joseph Hogrefe was a Council Bluffs visitor Monday.
Mrs. Anna Bell and family Sundayed with Malvern friends.
J. B. Lewis transacted business in the Bluffs and Omaha today (Thursday).
Pete Stougard left last Thursday for Scranton, where he will make his
L. J. Nettleton transacted business at Omaha on Monday and Tuesday
Of this week.
T. D. Thomas, county missionary for the Mills and Montgomery counties,
Was a Tabor visitor last Saturday.
Misses Grace Baker and Mary Crary visited over the Sabbath at the
Home of the former, near Thurman.
Geo. Moon and family visited at the home of Mrs. Tucker the latter part
Of this week. They expect to soon move from Glenwood to Silver City
Where they will make their future home.
John Ingersoll, wife and daughter, of Cripple Creek, Colo., are visiting
His brother in law, James Birchard. Mr. Ingersoll was a member of the
4th Iowa Calvary and finds a few of his old comrades here.
Miss Anna Asman entertained a few of her friends at her home on Main
Street last Friday.
Robert Ellis, who is teaching school about five miles southeast of Strahan,
Rode over to Tabor last Friday evening for a short visit with his parents.
He returned to his school duties again Sunday evening.
Eula VanVranken, who is teaching in the Emerson schools, visited several
Days last week with her parents in Tabor. She returned Saturday,
Accompanied by her brother Master Vern, who visited in Emerson over
Miss Katherine Flemming, of Colorado Springs, Colo., who has been
Visiting freinds in Tabor for a coupe weeks left on Monday afternoon
For Chicago. After visiting a day or two with friends there she will go to
Madison Wis. And make her home with her grandmother.
Elmer Asman resigned his position as clerk at J. M. Barbour's store
The first of the week. He will be succeeded by W. F. Henderickson,
Ex superintendent of the Fremont county poor farm. Mr. Hendericson
Has removed his family to Tabor and will occupy A. E. Tipple's house
In the west part of town.
Miss Nellie Harrison very pleasantly entertained the members of her
Sabbath class at her home on South Park Street, last Thursday evening,
From 4 to 8 O'clock. Those present were Earl McCormick, Clyde
Clarence Evernham, Sherrill Fleming, Bernie Hume, Arthur Cumings, Ray
Garrett, Royl Barnes, Maynard McDole, Harold Rice, Patricia Hurlbutt,
Hazen Parsons, Willie Shuffler, Harold Reeves and Vern VanVranken.
Mr. And Mrs. Harry Hanley drove over from Randolf Monday and spent
The day with Tabor friends. While here Mr. Hanley contracted for a
Small advertisement in this great family comforter, to which we call the
Attention of all Tabor people needing anything in shoe repair.
A very pleasant surprise party was given Mrs. C. M. Parsons, Sr., last
Week Thursday evening, the occasion being the 68th anniversary of
Her birth. The conspirators met at Dr. Rice's and went in a body to
The home of Mrs. Parsons, the surprise being in every particular complete.
Out of the sixteen present, it was found the youngest, Deacon Gaston,
Was 55 years of age and the oldest Enoch Osborn, was 80, the average
Age being 70, and they represented five states and Germany. All unite
In wishing Mrs. Parsons many happy returns of the day.
Prof. DeSelm is enjoying a week's vacation.
Born, to Jay Hawley and wife, Feb. 27, a girl.
Rev. Hobbs, the evangelist, was in town Monday.
The hunters are having sport now killing ducks.
A. A. Failing was called home to Tabor Wednesday.
Tommy Hazelwood is building a kitchen onto his dwelling.
Miss Mary Moneghan went to Council Bluffs for a visit Tuesday.
Mr. Center, of Tabor, is here figuring on some of the new buildings.
The new elevator will be built on ground south of the stock yards.
The funeral of Uncle John Copeland occurred on last Monday
At 11 a.m. at the Baptist church, Rev. Simons preaching the sermon.
Mr. Copeland was one of the pioneers of this place, being at the
Time of his death 77 years and 5 days old.
A. Hughes and family have moved to Hamburg where he has a section.
Elder Howard will preach his farewell sermon here on Sunday, Mar. 6th.
Jay Hawley and Ed Edmonds made a business trip to Omaha Wednesday.
The insurance company settled with J. Graham Tuesday for the loss of
His tenement house.
Jas. Armstrong's blood hounds have arrived. They are said to be fine ones
And do good work.
Miss Marie McCreary has gone to Bartlett where she will engage in dress
Making for a time.
Alonzo Davidson moved Wednesday from the hotel to his own house on
The east side of the railroad track.
The Misses Ada Crocker and Maggie Caples went back to Hamburg,
Where they are attending school, Monday.
Messrs. Keyser and Woods are making plans to erect a large two story
Building on the lots just south of the lumber yards.
Any one desiring to enter the hotel business will do well to address
Mrs. Rose Leslie before looking anywhere else.
Miss Etta Morgan is quite sick with the grip.
M. B. Holsclaw was a Percival visitor Monday.
J. H. Taylor killed another wild goose last week.
A. Thornton made a business trip to Omaha Wednesday.
James Dunsdon and family visited with A. Thornton Tuesday.
Arthur Warner, of Omaha, was calling on his girl here Sunday.
Lee Ettleman is figuring on making a trip to Chicago this spring.
Madame Rumor reports another wedding here in the near future.
Jess Williams and best girl, of Percival, attended church here Sunday.
L. E. Ettleman and B. B. Holsclaw transacted business in Glenwood Thursday.
Real Estate Transfers:
Eva Thompson to L. A. Rees
B. F. Crose to Geo. C. Thompson
Jos. Hegrephe to W. S. Liggett
Geo. W. Pierce to Alfred Reed
H. R. Laird to Marry Dammon
T. S. Holloway to J. Roberts
F. L. Heath to H. C. Cummings
H. F. Bullen to J. R. Bougno
Elmer Axtell to George A. Henderson
E. Smith to J. J. And Emma H. Smith
P. D. Smith to M. J. Searles
Rodney Finnell, of Hamburg, visited friends here Sunday.
Mrs. W. W. Hutchinson, of Anderson, was trading in town Monday.
Ed Cowles, of Riverton, spent Sunday in town, the guest of his mother.
H. J. Failing, of the Randolf Bank, made us a pleasant call Monday.
Elbert Mann moved to the Greenwood place, east of Thurman, Monday.
Steve Hiatt has purchased the Joe Sturgeon place and has moved to town.
F. R. Shannon and wife and Mrs. Axtell were Thurman callers Thursday.
Dr. J. A. Lovelady, of Hamburg, was transacting business in Sidney Tuesday.
A new carpenter shoop is being built on the lots east of Dr. Ambler's store
Harry Jenkins and John Bedford were calling upon friends in Farragut Sunday.
Mrs. W. A. Webster spent Sunday in the country the quest of Mrs. Mero
Dock Travic moved Tuesday into the Penn property north of the Presbyterian
W. W. Pierce and E. H. Rockwell drove to Randolph Sunday afternoon to hear
Joe Jones preach.
Clark Vannatta and Harvey Stiles, of Randolph, were circulating among our
Business men Monday.
W. H. Spurlock is moving to town this week, having purchased the Newlon
Property a few days ago.
A. P. Wightman, a successful farmer and stock raiser of Prairie township,
Trading in town Saturday.
R. C. Campbell, Harry Vyse, and Lou Sperry, of Hamburg, made us a business
And friendly call Tuesday.
W. E. McRoberts has gone to the country to rebuild the house on G. V.
Swearingen's farm that was destroyed by a fire a week or so ago.
We are sorry to note the loss of a house of Chas. Martin's and the household
Goods of a man by the name of Anchor by fire Sunday.
A. J. Focht, of Riverside township, was in town bright and early Monday
Morning. We understand that Mr. Focht intends to move to Sidney this fall.
W. F. Hendrickson and family have moved to Tabor. We are sorry that this
Family should leave our midst, but are glad to know that they did not leave
Died, Sunday, Feb. 27, at his home on half mile north of Sidney, Henry
Barnard, of Brights disease, aged 41 years. The funeral was held Monday
From the M. E. church, Rev. Dickinson conducting.
Everybody seems to be on the move this week.
W. B. Pickens is moving onto his farm and Lew Love is moving
Into the place vacated by the Pickens. L. B. Stewart is moving
Into the property vacated by Geo. Rawlings.
Died, Saturday, Feb. 26th , Thomas Jobe, age 63 years of age,
At his residence in the north part of town. The funeral services
Were held at the house Sunday afternoon, conducted by
Rev. Dickinson and Whitiker, and the remains were followed by
A large concourse of friends to their last resting place in our
Beautiful cemetery. Mr. Jobe has been a sufferer for a good
Many years, but a few days ago he was taken with paralytic
Stroke from which he never rallied. He leaves a wife and three
The Tabor Public Schools:
Miss Anna Lunden visited Room 2 one day last week.
Theron Wells visited the High School room Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. Pres. Hughes visited Second Primary room after a short abscense.
Thera Lyman has been absent from Room 2 several days on account
Messrs. Harry Treat and Fred Laird visited the High School Thursday.
The following is an honor roll for the past month: Walter Parsons, Ray
Brewer, Jessie Parsons, Altie Cummings, Anna Swanson, Maud Christy,
Ernest Tuey, Clifton Gray, Theo Rice, Cornelia Parsons, John Halloway,
Glenn Halloway, Wilber Haines, Herman Redenbaugh, Georgia Chaney,
Della Birchard, Alida Tipple, Kittie White, Mamie Blair, Bessie Tourtellote,
Hazen Parsons, Loin Barbour, Maude Tipple, Earl McCormick, Jean
Fleming, Nellie Parsons, Ernest Hardy, Mattie Bailor, Royl Barnes,
Hermie Howard, Maggie Orr, George Sheirbon, Margaret Bailor,
Fred Tipple, Fred Asman.
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