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PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1913.
Mrs. Jane A. Dovey Died at Home
of Her Son, H. N. Dovey,
Last Evening at 5:20.
From Fri.lny's railv
Las. 'Vi'iiiny at.. "::?
of I In pioneer residents
city wiis called home.
Jain Aim liovey vjiuk i
inl the sleep llial knows ii"
;iu;iki'ii!ii;r mi this earth, an. I a
life that during ln-r titty years'
residence here, lias I n tilled
Willi XmI deeds aili helpfulness.
was brought to a close, aini tin
n of In-r passing va itl"
fell by he entire community,
where Mrs. I ov ev was mi well
known aiil .- univrr.-allv loved
and respected, ami the relatives
r I In- departed laly will receive
tin sympathy of everyone in I In
city in Iln-ir l-reav emeut .
Jan' Ann Johnson was born al
.fciil I e-on-l lie-Thames. l"nr-
laml. on September ir. 1SJ7. ami
llii'ir in Iht home she j:revv lo
womanhood ami im-l ami was
vooe. by Edward (I. lovey. who
lalT cam. lo I In- I" n i t -! Slates,
with Hi.- promise lo semi for his
promised wife as mih ;is fortune
smiled I'll his rll'orts to create a
liium in tin new world, ami in
tin fall of IX IT, she sailed for
America. arri inpr at Jersey City.
New -ler.-ey. win-re, on November
S. ixjr. he was united in mar
riage lo Mr. liovey. win. had ii-ra:-red
in the pottery business in
that city, an.l after a short resi
ili'iicc in Jersey City they removed
to East Liverpool. Ohio, where
Mr. liovey enacreil in the man
agement of a larjie pottery works
until Jr.'J. wIh'ii Mr. am! Mrs.
Iovey removed In Nashville.
Tennessee, where four children
carm to bless their hmne as fol
lows: Mary .lane. Tennessee,
;.-.. rye I'., ainl Oliver ('.. Here in
the southland the family passed
several happy years until the
iM-i-at conflict between the norlh
an.l -oulh besan to threaten, ami
as hoih Mr. liovey ami his part
ner in the commission business.
Mr. Henry Amison. were sli-onsr
-uiioil ei- of Iht Union cause,
they were sin, n Compelled to leave
the south, ami moved to Cincin
nati. Ohio, in ixiil. where the two
little daughters of Mi-, and Mrs.
l'ey died, and lln husband and
fill her decided to seek a Ilollle in
the Ih'-n practically unknown
wet. and he came to Piatt. s
inouth in lxt"i2 ami hepan the
esfaMi-hinp Mf his lusjnes in
terests that today is a splendid
monument to his industry and
thrift. After Mr. Iney was con
vinced of the desireahility of a
home here, he sent for the fam
ily, and on F.asli-r mr.rnin-. April
.". lx"i.'. Mrs. Iovey and Ihe chil
dren arrived in this city to make
thejr home, and since that lime
Platl sin, ml h has had Ihe pleas
ure of seeing her family prow up
lo manhood and to witness the
changes hal time has mad? in
this locality, then a small river
town with steamhoal s a a means
of travel, into a lively little city
w ith a prreat traiis-eont inental
railroad running lhrou-rh it. To
Mr. and Mr. Dovey here was
horn their third son, Horatio N.
Mrs. Dover in early life joined
Ihe Episcopal church in 1'npland
and until Ihe day of her death
was a faithful and devout mem
!'( of thai faith, and her help
fulness toward the church work
will he sadly missed, as there was
not hi nsr she would leave undone
that niiplit help her church. The
hiisliand preceded Mrs. Dovey in
death some thirty-two years apro.
havinjr died July 2i. 1881. while
on a visit t his old home in
England, an.l since that I imp Mrs.
Dovey has made her home with
her children, and for I ho past few
years at Ihe home of her son, H.
N. Dovey, whore she passed away.
The funeral of Ibis worthy
lady will be held from St. Luke's
church Sunday afternoon, at 2
Will Spend Winter in the South.
From Saturday's Dallv.
Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Kirkfiat rick
of Nehawka. and Mrs. Oliver
Harmon, from roar Avoea, were
in Plaltsmoulh over last niht.
neiii-.' pii.-is at th. home f Mr.
.lid Mrs. J'. -:. Jin truer. Mrs.
Iluirner lieiny a sjs,T to Mis.
Kirkpatrirk. After remaining In
the city over niuht they ...,k th"
i'urlinyfon train for Char;lon.
r-.wa. win-re they will ni:K a
luief visit wilh relative-;. j-'iom
l.'l. re they In SI. .los.ph. Mj-
Miuri. where Mr. and Mrs. h k
pi'trick hae a son. for a -iiorl
isit. After the S. Joseph visit
Mis. Harmon will return home,
while Mi-, and ?di s. Kit kpal ji-k
will i:o to San Aiitonia, l'.-as.
where they will spend the winl.r.
! Mrs. Harmon i- a sister ,.r M
Ki: k palrick.
ihe ma ens
LARGE BASE Bill BAT
FRDM THE IVOCI CLUB
The lie hast. hall fans of
Avoca. who are I horouphlneds in
eery way ami admirers of the
-Teal national ame from larl
to linish. a short time a fro de
cided to send to Ihe manairer of
the world's champions. Connie
Mack, a testimonial of their de
light over the outcome nf the
preat has,. ,all contests, and Ihey
had a lai-fre hat some live feet in
length turned out of a "Ci tim
ber an.l this jiowerful weapon
was s.-nt to Mr. Mack, with the
compliments of the fans of our
iieiphl'oririfr town, who hy the
way. have some hase hall team of
their own. which has made a
splendid record during the past
season, ami a few days afro Mr.
J. 1'. Rasmussen. Ihe manager of
the team received the following
letter from Mr. Mack, and it is
very highly valued by the Avoca
team ami their rustli'iitr manager:
'"Mr. J. P. Hasmussen. Avoca.
"Dear Sir Some time afro T
received a base ball bat, one of
the bifrpesl that T have ever
bundled, and I want to assure
you mat ine same is liifrtuy ap
preciated. While the bat is at
the present time at my residence,
will have the same taken here to
Ihe otlice. where it will be on ex
hibition durinpr the summer. Am
afraid it is a trifle larger than the
bat that Daker uses, but should
he fail lo knock out his usual
home runs, we will try to per
suade him to use the bat that you
so kindly sent. Thanking you
auam for tins lavor, I remain.
vour verv truly.
JURORS FOR THE
DECEMBER TERM OF
THE DISTRICT COURT
The follow infr resident of the
county have leen ciosen ,or ine
jury panel for l ne oecemuer ierm
of district court and will be jriven
an opportunity to labor for the
best interests of justice: John
II. Albert. Louisville: William
Heil. Ei-rlit Mile C.rove: A. C.
ited. Tipton: .Tames Alloway,
Louisville; Will Hulfish. S.toe
Creek: Levi Kalradl. Oreenwooii:
Hen Letler. Ml. Pleasant; William
A. Clcfrhorn. Louisville; Watson
Howard. Salt Cr.-ek; Charles
Spohn. Avoea; John Wehrehejn,
Plattsmoulh; I'hilijt Albert. Eiplit
Mile drove; Hi.y Hovvnnl. Plaits
month; J. W. Mafrney. Nehawka;
W. M. Philpot. V. M. Coalman.
Ceorse SI oner, Weepiiifr Water;
Henry Knahe, Nehawka; Wilson
Cilmore. Ml. Pleasant; J. C.
Lemon. Sail Creek; Fred Majors.
First ward. Plait smouth: J. C.
Peters, Fourth ward, E. P. Lulz.
Beautiful Shetland Ponies
for sale at all times, for the next
100 years, unless I die in the
meantime. . I have now an extra
fine stallion, the best in the state,
for sale. Well broke for both
harness and saddle.
II. F. D. No. 1.
A Beast in Human Form. Who. If
Reports Are True, Should Be
From Saturday Dally.
A very peculiar case lias de
veloped in the villafre of Cedar
Creek that is very balllinfr lo tin
residents there, as the stories
l.dd b Miss Nellie Svveem an
very straupe. and ii would seem
that she was a 1 1 empl inir to sup
press some of Ihe fads in IIh
case. The case is in Ihe nature
of an attempted assault made up
on. Miss Sweem by one James
Hiddlecomb. who has been eni-
ploved wild the franfr of men who
have been work infr in Ihe vi-
cinily t(f Cedar Creek for the Ne
braska Liphlinfr company..
l.v ery smce I he men hav e heeii
making their headquarters in
Cedar Creek at the hotel, where
Miss Sweem is emploved, Biddle
conih has repeatedly tried to pel
hep to po out walkinfr with him
and to allow him to pay her at
tentions, which she resented and
refused to po with him. and also
lold the other members of the
pauir of linemen of the incident.
Tin men bepan to 'roast" Hid
dlecomb on account of his beini:
turned down by the pill, and this
preally anpered him. so much so
that on Tuesday while the men
were ealinfr dinner he resented
the jokinp- by cursinp', and Ibis
led to his beinp ordered lo leave
the hotel, and h1s to his hcinp
discharged from the service of
the company. After this he pro
ceeded to Omaha, where be re
mained until Thursday nipht.
when he returned to Cedar ("reek,
and al a lale hour went to the
hotel, where he remained with
a friend over nipht. Yesterday
niorninfr Miss Sweem went up
stairs in the hotel to secure a
lamp she desired to clean, so she.
slates, and had just entered one
of the rooms in the third slory.
when Hiddlecoinb suddenly came
into the room, closinp and lock
infr the door. and exclaimed:
"Now I have pot you where I
wanted you." ami advance,) lo
word the pill. who. altlmuph
preally friphlene.l. claims she re
sisted his advances and tried lo
wrestle with him to prevent his
overpowering" her. luddlecomb
finally pot the best of Ihe pirl and
after lyinp" her lower limbs with
a pail of Ihe sheet which he tore
from the bed he came al her
armed with a razor, and she says
attempted to cut her throat, and
on Ihe side of her neck appears
a lonp scratch to bear out this
part of Ihe story. The woman
says she knocked the razor from
his hand before he could inflict
a more serious wound, and that
he then applied some sort of a
liquid lo her face and neck that
seems to have burned her. as
I here are sev eral places badly
burned there, and a quantity of
the liquid was found in a cup in
the room, as was also the razor
with which he did the scralchinp
of he woman's face.
The peculiar part of the case
is in the statement made to the
authorities who were called to
the scene by the pirl. who says
she wailed until Ihe man could
pel away before she bepan
screaminp". which caused the
other persons around the hotel to
come to her rescue and release
her from her bound condition.
Hiddlecomb had also tied a piece
of the sheet around Ihe pilTs
neck, as Ihouph to choke her. al
Ihouph she says she never lost
consciousness durinpr the strur
ple with Hiddlecomb.
As soon as the sheriff was
notified In hastened lo the place
of the trouble, but several hours
had lapsed before sendinp for
him and ample opportunity piven
for the man to make his escape,
as the parties at that place were
slow in sending word of the' out
rape to this 'city.
Suhseribe for the Journal.
Hold Social Meeting.
From Saturday's Dall.
The Christian Kmleavor soeiely
of the Presbyterian church held
a deliphtful social meelinp at the
home of .Miss Crete Bripps las
eveninpr, there beinp thirty ymm;
people in attendance. The mem
bers of the social committee had
planned a number of panics,
which furnished plenty of amuse
ment for the jolly company and
consisted of a number of old
fashioned panics. About :.'
lipht refreshments were served,
and a half Imur or so spent in
more panics, and then all dis
persed, very much indebted to tl.e
hostess f, ip the kind hospitality
and the social committee for the
enjoyable entertainment alforded
Ihem. The social committee will
plan a social meelinp" to be held
nee a month, and al! yoiinfr peo
ple are invited.
Another attempt to burplarize
one of the homes of Ibis city was
made early yeerday niorninp
sometime between the hours of 1
and T o'clock, when some party
r parties attempted lo lot-re an
entrance into the residence of C
11. Closscn. The noise or hain
merinp. or tryinpr to pry open a
rear window of the house awak
ened Mr. Clossen. ami as this at-
nipt to pet in did not produce
the desired results, the parly was
heard walkinp around I In house
and tryinp a front, window. Hy
this time the doir belonpinp t
the place had been aroused and
proceeded lo make an alarm that
awoke Ihe in si of the family. As
soon as Mr. Clossen awoke be
called lo his brother-in-law. who
was sleepinp in an adjoininp
room upstairs, and asked him if
he heard the noise, and he an
swered thai he had. and asked for
the revolver of Mr. Clossen. and
armed wilh this, and in company
with Mr. Clossen, arme, with a
shotpun. I hey pr oceeded dow n
lairs, but by this time the party
had made their pet away and
there was no trace of anvotie.
Who the party was is a deep
mystery, nut n he values his nie
he will remain awav from this
mine, where there js such an as
oiltiienl of arlillerv.
ON GOLDEN WEDDING DAY
Saturday afternoon the many
friends of Mr. ami Mrs. Henry J.
Streipht decided to pive them a
surprise on the occasion of their
fiftieth weddinp anniversary, ami
I hey proceeded lo the Streipht
home to assist this worthy couple
in the celebration of the happy
event. The affair was certainly
a surprise in every way ! the
puesls of honor, as the parly,
which had been arranped by Mes
danies P. K. Huffner ami Apnes
Chapman, had been kept a pro
found secret from Mr. and Mrs.
Streipht and they were unaware
that Ihere was anythinp doinp
until Ihe company bepan to pour
in upon them. There were some
sevenly-two persons called dur
inpr the afternoon to wish Ilieir
old friends many happy returns
of Ihe day. As a remembrance of
the day, fifty years before, when
I hey had joined their lives to
pel her. Mr. and Mrs. Streipht
were presented with a purse of
pold and many other tokens of
love and esteem from their
friends and neiphbors wilh whom
they have spent so many years.
Durinpr the afternoon delicious
refreshments were served to th
company and the whole event is
one that will lonp" he remembered
with preat pleasure by all who
were fortunate enonph to be
present, and especially by the
puests of honor.
Mrs. Robert Sherwood and lit
tle grranddauphler -departed this
morning" for Omaha.' where they
will "v isit for the day and look
afler business mailers. -
WHO WERE HOT
Masked Men and Woman Attempt
to Perpetrate Dastardly Deed
Upon an Old Citizen.
John Ossenkop. ; well-known
farmer livinp soiilheal of
Louisville, telephoned to I W II
Wednesday eveiiinp staliup thai
a band of masked men had sur
rounded his hose. When he
opened Ihe door they attempted
to throw a rope about hjs neck.
but he sprank back and closed
the do..r. Securiiiir a shotpun
he puarde.l Ho door and "phoned
f!.r help. A posse was soon
mad up and securinp arms of
every description they slatted for
the scene of the attempted rob
bery in autoinohil.-s. They found
Ihe aped fenlleuian. uu in hand.
His .-lory is about a follows;
He was sjtijun hy the fm-side
alone, his s..n. I'd. lie. with whom
he keeps bachelor quarters. .e
inp" in Omaha. He a he heard
a noise at tin- door, and Ihinkinu!
it was m- ..f the neighbors 1 1
iliP I" spend tile evenillfr. hej
arose and opening the .loop step
ped out on tin- porch
saw three persons. tv
a woman, with masks
l inen and
faces. one of them carried a
lope with which he attempted t..
capture the astonished man. Af
ter esfapinp into the house Mr.
Ossenkop sas the invaders look
ed in at the windows, but sewtnp
him well armed thev did not at
tempt to force an entrance.
When help arrived the bandit
escaped into a corn field near b .
It is hell. -Veil by those who
Visjte.j the place that the object
of Hie invaders was to capture
Mr. Ossenkop if posiide. bind
him securely an. then search the
bouse for money or other valua
bles. t is probable. however.
thai but for the presence of a
telephone in callinp assistance
another scene such as the Matt
Akeson murder of a few years
apo niipht have resulted, for the
persistence shown by tin pan;:
was most remarkable. It is -aid
that afler the . which went
nit from town bad returned, af
ter scimrinir the place f.,p a mile
in every direction, that the ban
dits returned a second time and
were fired upon by J'.ddie Osen
kop. who by this lino- had re
turned from flu city.
Mr. Ossenkop is quile confident
that his visitors were n..t strang
ers in the community. Louis
WALTER RAKOW RECEIVED
A KNOCK OUT BLOW AT
THE SHOPS YESTERDAY
I inp til
evenillST jllst before quit
lie at Ihe Hurlinplon shops
Itakovv met with an ac
that came near ausjni;
ose tin (op of hi head,
result of a larte jack"
was usinu" slipping and
up. strikinir him on the
jaw. and Waller took the
"count." beinp knocked uncon
scious, and he was c.invee. into
She freight car department otVn-e.
w her e lie w as rev iv ed sit Hicjeii I ly
to be sent down ! have a sur
peon make an examination of the
injuries. It is very fortunate
thai lie was not killed by IIh
blow, bill as it is he will remem
ber for several days the force of
the blow that laid him out.
fSeorpe Nickels and Nick Fried
rich wish lo announce lo thejr
friends that they will pive a
dance at Jenkins hall. Murray.
Neb., on Wednesday eve. Novem
ber Everyone is cordially in
vited to come nut and njoy a
pleasant cveninsr. Jacobs' or
chestra of Omaha will furnish
Has a Tine New Boy.
Tlii in. imi,:: James ,.-ia-.-'n
appeared .u th. 'in-.-i wtii-ilin-'
a very mrr tune ami wilh a
-mile that s-i! p;i-s.-,i ,.. hi!-
! I.I 1 1 " ' ot the N"VenlM' -llll-tllllj
in il bri.-ht lies, ami ihere w a - J
a mitillv po.,t reason if. ai ! i
that was that a tii-e i i ; i .--i. . , ! d j
hoy ha. mad.- his appea'-ai.e at.
the .ewa-ek llollte .-l.fdai
Mi. Mi mi.', and this tilb-d lb- t
..f j..v ..f the parent- t. ..et M'-n-illf;
and they are willing I.. !!
that lie Is the tilie.l t that
eef cattle to l'!al I sniollt tl.
Dance Thanksgiving Eve.
Tin Cosmopolitan lul of this
City will piv- a dance ori Wednes
day eveniriP". November '. :f
Coates hall. This vv l ! in ihe
nature of a harvest dance ar.d
will be s iv en i'ii Tlia:ik-2!V ir:r
Tile i ll lief a i -erv i -es
late M i s. Jane Ann I ..v ev
day afternoon a! t.
church, were ; 1 1 -1 . !-. I
-1 e r -l.nk."-a
pat lief e.
f Hie .. mend
to pav their la-lln-
I from their mel-t
IIh w a
n ir an
I U-eflii !lf..
r h u re h
wa- led laru.
eltol, h to
accoiiimodaJe Ho- ho-t ..f -..-row -in'
friends who look tin- i.o-a;;
of -hovvm-z 'h'-ir -rie' at tier (
mi; taken fr..;u Ib.-i i. and Id1
ma- of 1 1 r
t; -M l ' k - e v i .
-tioiiu-r than wot-l- the f.'.'liii.-
f ib-ep prief a' Ih-c ,-alh. The
M'!' I Wel'e lo!. jl.it ! tlV Itlllt
R.. Arthtii" L. Willia ii- ..f iMita
ha. bi-bop ..f .e,ra-ka. i;-n:i: I lo
beautiful an.) impre--ne funeral
i ritual of the Lpi-.-opa! ctiin lt.
The choir -an:: .I'if iMi; the -.-rv -ice
at the church, and the -a-k--i
wa- borne to beautiful Oak Hi!!
cemetery, where it wa- on i lo-.i
t. the earth to aw.u! the !i
when .b-atli and uriel' -ball have
ni I awa. Ther-e u-re a 'a:-ue
numle-r from out of the cilv pr
en to pav their !,-" tri;e:te !..
tin- departed pioneer- la.tx. w bo
had lived in Ibis c..r mm n :l y for
so man unr. and ! km-w
wlioui vv a al ..nee :.. Jeru I"
love ainl respect ef. ud Iot life.
so full of kindly act- and helpful
deeds. VV1 be ail I II p 1 ! i ' I ; 1 i'
lo-r faiiii!v in the Vn' to me.
ON LIGHTING PLANT
The construction work of the
Nebra-ka Lii:hln,ir r..n pa;i .. :
their line from Fled Oak to
l.oui-ville j- pro.-re-.in-- ;u n-ul
shape ami in ab.-ul i w-eK i; i-
expecte.l thai the hlo- tlo.'ll
Lolli'VllIe Will be coinplele.l li.l"
Ibis city, wbej-e I lo- i-onio-. ! i.-;
with lb eastern lno-s wiil !
made in a hort lime. The w..i!
of strmiiiv: I lo wire -u Ibis Ihh
is b'-in-t pti-lie.! bv the io.i a:i
as to make the completion of
their new line a -'...n a- p"--sjble.
The ..va line is p.. p:-.
eressjnu as rapidly a- that
the Neiraka si.J.-. having .pi.te
a distance vet to l.e put up before
thev reach the river ;.i tin- place.
Tin rros-insr ..f th.- river will
l.e made on two !ari;e ee t..v. r-er-cl.-.l
ju-l south of the ISurlmZ
lon brid-e tiere. tin- ow-r o-i the
low a s,e Will be "lie fn:i:d:e.
feet ill height, while llial oil l.'ll
si.e (,f the river Will be f o r t V
fe- hih. and from the... Hie
wires will swim.. The tow.r
bad b-eti ordered for -.-.me tiine.
bul hae jn-t arrived from the
iron work- at fima'ia. and the
work of puMici: flier i up will !
started al once. The lower, will
resj fn a .tid iMTi-ti tn -e
some five feet .rpia-e. which
i n I
u is built on a pilmp of thirty
I, which w ill make m vry .olid 1
structure and ample lo carry the
wirs tha will brim; Ihe irrnl
from Red Oak ! tbs citv.
HOW III JAIL
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Douglas Streets. Omaha.
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