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The JOURNAL Wishes Every One of Its Readers "A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS" and May HEAVEN he Their REWARD
PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1913
LAST EVEN IN B
Great Deal of Talk Indulged in by
Council Paving and Gutter
ing Work Started.
Fn.m TiKs.lay'i r;illy.
Al 1 1 1 - regular semi-monthly
meet inir of city council List
evening there was a yreal ileal of
I-iijuence indtil.-ed in Jiy tin dif
ferent member- T tilt' subjects
that came tip for the attention oT
the rily dads ami there was hard
miiI lead lo a irreal ileal uf dis
uoL i.-aii l a i-eatl ileal itf dis
i-n - h hi. Iul the chief feature i r
t!ie evening was the matter uf
penitiir up Mercer aenue mnl
ttie acceptance .if the work on
Hie sivlli ami Oak streets paving
The Mercer avclllie I J 1 1 e I i o ri
was brought up oil tin presenta
tion of a petition signed y W.
M. Marvlny an.l other property
owners in the locality where the
aetnie is located, akin thai
the thoroughfare le opened north
to lirare street, ami theme wel
lo Italloii aemie. ami (hat I In
fences which have been placed
Ihei'e by the properly owners be
removed ami that I In survey of
.the Sired be Coll I () let ei I.
In regard lo Mercer aveum.
"oiim-ilnian Ha.jeck slated thai
tit.- ijuestiou hal been u a prcal
many limes ami that he thought
thai it sholll.l bl' . scltleil ainl he
maile a motion that I hi city sur
veyor le instructed to. complele
the work of snr eyin.irnf.bi street,
an.l that the wurk of" opening up
the street be Completed This year
if possible J
City Attorney Tid-1 informed
the council that the survey of
Mercer avenue had been colll-
plefeil up lo Fulton street ami
that a-, siinii as the survey of Un
balance of the avenue was coin
pb le.j'he woiilil be ready to start
in lo have the fence removed,
lie al-o informed Die council thai
there was a live-acre tract aloiii-'
I he aenue where the .-I reel is
only thirty feet wide, and here
the owner ha- held possession so
I w-i thai if the city de-ires to
widen the sheet jt will be neces
sary for them to purchase the
land: this is what is known as
the Kalasek place..
Councilman Hall.-t iom v;h not
in faor of opening up the street
if i! would involve the city in
trouble through litigation, as he
had -understood that, sojn of tin
residents there wore frninir. to
bjecl slronaly lo having the sur
vey in;.' done, whil other vci;i in
r.ior of having the wurk carried
"ii. Counrihsian IJn.jeck. during
li- argument conii'rn injr the
mailer, look the occasion to pass
a few remarks coneernin;.' the
manm-i- in which, the ci!y survey
or ha t in-ated tin city Council in
lliejr :viii'-! for a written report
a- to ihe result of his work on the
Mercer avenue -ui'vey that has
br. coinplel and he did not
believe Ihe sUIVcVor W.1S tfi-atill?
Hi.- public riirht in the matter.
Mr. I.ajeck was also of the
pinion that Hie public slreets
sh.mld not be fenced up by
private individuals. The mailer
was -ijed when the council
pa-si-d the moti. ,ri of Mr. Itajeok
to Lave the avenue opened up.
Councilman llall-lrom of the
li-lllillU colnmillee reported that
in company with the rest, of the
committee he had called on the
management of the liybt enm
pany here in regard to the mat
ter of ihe p lipids which had
I n !i:imli-d Ihe rily durinp the
pa-t f, w moMlhs. and the super
intendent had held mil a hope
that the -ervice Would be belter
an.-;- the holidays, as they ex
pecied to have the current into
tin- ci,y fi-oni Hed Oak by that
I "m- and would then be in a
po-itim, (, furnish all kinds f
IiIi! and power lo the city and
the private consumers. The
'"inpany had also, so Mr. Hall
drom stated, offered to give the
r-'iy a rrbate for the Ii$ht that
were out of commission, if the
commit lee would name the re
bale, but they were unable to do
this, and Ihe amount of the bill
as reported by the committee on
finance to the lasf session of ihe
council was recommended for
payment, amounting to some
l.'hi.ll. On the motion of llall
stroni to allow the claim of the
liiihl company, Shea ami llullery
vol I'd nay.
The report of the tirin of Bruce
A Slandeven of Omaha, the en
gineers in charpc of the wmk of
in-peciinp Ihe paviiur and put
lerinp on North Sixth street and
mi Oak street, showed that some
four blocks had been tinished and
the engineers found the work in
excellent shape and recommend
ed I hat the same be accepted and
thai Ihe amount of A-.-'Itn.OO be
paid lo the contractor for the
work already done, and that the
time limit, which expired on Ie
Cember 1st. be extended until
May 1. litis, as there are several
blocks et to fiui-h up on Sixth
(Continued on Eicrhth Tape.)
INGS FROM SU
Christmas Greetings From Su
preme Guardian Emma B. Man
chester of Woodman Circle.
To every 4 1 rove ami lo every
Soverejpn of the Woodman larch
and to all Sovereipn Woodcraft,
I exleud lii each and all my hearly
vvishes Tor u happy, merry and
heneticient r.hrisl mas. May all
enjoy this blessed season of the
"Babe of Bethlehem." which we
all call '-Christmas tide."
For almost fifteen years, each
year. I have extended to yon niy
hearly wishes for "A Merry
Christ mas." and each year these
wishes and preelinps expand
further and further over more
territory ami iulo more home-,
till now Sovereign Woodcraft is
reach inp- into the million mark.
In our own beloved order for
women and members of the
Woodmen of Ihe World I have.
Ihrouph a kind providence, been
abb- each year to preet you one
anil all as a "mother." ami now
whilst I am enjoyinp- the con
fidence of over l.'io.nnn members
Circbrs I am e.xtemlinp to
each of vou my confidence in you.
wi-liMip you all the joys and com
forts that anyoive can bestow at
this.plad -eason of the year.
The Crafl has been very pood
and kind to me all these years,
my life's work is wrapped up in
Ihe Woodman Circle and in each
individual soul within the Circle,
which pives me courape and con
viction to know that my warmest
and heart ie-t preelinps will be
accepted by all Sovereipn W I-
crafl. In extendinp- to you these
preelinps I cannot pass without
Ihe Ihoupht that only throush
our prand leader and founder of
perfected Woodcraft, our beloved
Sovereipn Commander. .1. C. Root,
has it been made possible for us
thus lo preel each other. For rny
vvrk. in conjunction with his. is
wrapped up in you all, and he
alone has made it possible for
our prand orders, the Woodmen
of the World and the Woodman
Circle, to exist and flourish as the
two soundest anil most Iruly
frafernal beneficiary orders in
Would that I could prasp each
and every Sovereipn by Ihe hand
and extend to, you personally
these happy Christmas preetinps.
but our official , paper, which
comes to your home, comes fo
ymi from me with all pood wishes
for "A Merry Christmas." May
r;od bless and prosper you all i
file sincere wish of your Supreme
r.uardian, Emma Ti. Manchester.
A lazy liver leads lo chronic
dyspepsia . and constipation
weakens, the whole, system.
Doan's RpguleU (25c per box)
act mildly on the li-er and bowel-.
At all diuff store?.
Found Dead Hanging From Raft
ers in Barn of William Kauf
mann, Near This City.
From Tues.lay' Daily.
Tllis moiinnp at an ear ly hour,
at Ihe farm of William Kauf
mann. southwest of this city, the
dead body of .Toe IJnehart. a well
known character Ihroiiphoul this
section of the county, was found
hanpinp- from I tie rafters of the
barn by some of the family who
had pom- to the barn to do the
I.im-hart came to the Kall
mann place late yesterday after
noon from Ceilar- Creek, where he
had been for the past two ears
work inp at dilleient farms in that
locality, and stopped lor some
time al I in Kaufmauu farm, but
was not noticed as show inp any
desire In end Ills earl Illy career,
and the discovery of Ihe bodv
came as a preat shock to the fam
ily, with whom I.ineharl was well
known. lie hal .secured a rope
in Ihe barn at the Kaufmann
place some time durinp the nipht.
and fasfeninp it to one of the
I rafters had placed the noose
around, his neck and launched
himself into eternity and had ap
parently been dead for several
hours when found this nioruiup.
He was a man of about SO years
of aye and unmarried and was
for- some lime a resident of Ibis
city, beiup- employed around the
lmal saloon, w here h e- flon -1 h e
janitor work of the huiidinp. and
after b-avinp- here located at
Cedar Creek, where he Wor ked as
a farm hand amonp- different
farms of that section. He seem
ed to be sliiihtly a Heeled al times
and his stranpe actions lead to
the belief that he was not ripht
mentally, which probably ac
counts fur his suicide. as he
seemed quite downcast when
talked to al the Kaufmann place.
A- soon as the news of Ihe
lindintr of Ihe body was -enl lo
tins city I'epuly Sheriff Man
speaker notified Ihe coroner at
Klmw of the ib-ath. and he will
arrive this afternoon lo look after-
the reamins and determine the
necessity of an impie-l. I.ine
hari was a member of the Sons
of Herman lo.lpe of this city.
WHY NOT MAKE
' SKATING RING HERE
There has been a preat many
suppe-tions heard in the past
few days of Ihe adv isiabilily of
havinp- the base ball park Hooded
this winter ami made into a .-kal-inp
rink, where the children, as
Well as Ihe obb-r people could po
to skate in perfect safety, and
there would be no need of vvorry
inp" over- having- them break
tlirouph the ice and drown. The
cost of havinp the park flooded
would not be preat and a neat
sum secured for the base ball as
sociation by havinp a small ad
mission fee charged to skate on
Ihe grounds, and Hie sum so
realized could he expended in the
summer months in' the repair- and
improvement of, the park, which
would be a source of much profit
to he base ball loving public of
the city, and the use of the park
Tor skating purposes would not
in the least injure it, and the ex
pense of fixing it for this purpose
would be so small as to hardly
be noticeable. This is a matter
that should be considered by the
management of the base ball as
sociation. Notice to All Patrons!
All parlies who are indebted to
the estate of August (1 order, de
ceased, will please call and settle
same at once. Will find the ac
count at (lordcr's. Implement
Store.. . .
Fred Gorder, Eiecutor. -
TH S MOR G
Secure Ninety Days in Jail.
From Tupsilay I'aliy.
This morning Sheriff Ouinlon
came in from Louisville, bringing
with him F.lnier Y'img and Fred
Cleveland, bolh of whom received
a sentence of ninety days in jail
yesterday at that place for light
ing and making an as-null upon
lieorge Dolan. The men were en
gaped in working in the iiuarries
near- that place and Saturday be
came involved in trouble which
finally b- to the tight and to the
sentencing of the Ivvo men ye-ler-day
to a term in jail.
Card of Thanks.
We wish to lake Ibis method f
expressing our most sincere
thanks for the kindness of our
many friends at I'lat I mihuiI h. and
e-pecially do we wish to I hank
the members of tin Swedish
Ladies' Aid society for their
beautiful tloial offering at the
time of the ibath of our beloved
wife and mother.
C. Johnson ami Children.
TO HOME HERE
She Has a Very Interesting Trip
Through the East and
From Tuesday's Dally
Mis. Kdvvard llyindt has just
relurned from an extended trip
in Ihe east and south in t-ouipanv
with Mc ILvuutl. '.sJ. is draveli.Mg
for a large Omaha wholesale
house, and greatly enjoyed the
visiting- of the dill'erent interest
ing points throughout that sec
tion. While in Cleveland. Ohio,
a few Weeks ago the witnessed
the territic blizzard that swept
over that city ami Lake I'.rie and
which la-ted for three or- four
davs. and the downfall of snow
was .something startling, being
three and four feet deep in the
principal pari of the city, and one
could hardly venture out n the
lt-eet and travel was priclicaily
abandoned during the time that
the slorm waged its fury. The
deep snow. Mis. Hynott states,
was a very strong reminder of
the heavy snowfall here some two
vears ago. when the streets were
blocked with I lie heavy snowfall.
Mr. and Mrs. Rynoll were al.-o
down through Tennessee and
Mississippi vjsiling the different
citi.-s which Mr. Hynott has in
his territory. While at Memphis
Mis. Hynott witnessed the sink
ing nT the steamboat. Shiloh. The
boat came in Sunday evening. De
cember I S. and making the dock
landed its passengers for that
port, while Ihe remainder of the
passengers going to points fur
ther down Ihe Mississippi river
remained on board. An hour af
ter the boat had lied up she
struck on a larpe mck in the
r iver, and being heavily ladened.
stalled to sinp from Ihe rushing
waters of the river that poured
into the hole torn in the side of
the boat. In sinking the boat
swung- around and broke one of
the guide ropes and swung out
into the river, but the passengers
were all gotten olV safely. Of the
large amount of freight carried
by- the boat some 20O bales of
cotton and 200 sacks of seed were
gotten to shore after the boat
sank, as negroes in small row
boats were sent out for this task
and several of the boats were
overturned in attempting the
loading of the cotton and seed.
At the lime the Rynotts left
Memphis there was --only a small
portion of the boat visable above
the waters of Ihe river, but two
divers were engaged in preparing
to a-sist in Ihe work of raising
the vessel, which was a great
menace lo other boats entering
To feel strong, have good ap-
petile and digestion, sleep sound
ly and. enjoy - Hfc, use. Burdock
Blood Bitters, the, -family .system
tonie. Price ?1.00. ;
i d era
AND MISS GLEE
Married This Morning in Omaha
and Surprise Their Many
From Tuesday's Dany.
A very plea-ant -urpri-e wa-pivi-n
'he friend- of Wavm- i:ck-
sO ami Mi-s I'lee Appleuale. one
of our talented voiini: ladv teach
ers in the public school-, thi
n e n 1 1 i 1 1 . wlii-n a me--ai:e vv a - re
ceived from them in Omaha an
nouncing that hereafter ihe
would go through life a- one. Ihe
ceremony that united litem bejnu
performed jn the metropolis this
It had" been known for -..me
time Ilia! he-e oling people Were
to be married, and alreadv a tine
new modi i n residence i- bein
linish.il for them on North Sixth
street, but they Were able lo pull
If a complete siirpri-e on their
friend-. a when they departed
for 'he metropolis last evening it
was with Ihe intention. ibev
in formed a number of their
friends, of attending the theater,
ami the -urpri-e may be imagin
ed this morning when the an
nouncement of their weiblini; wa
leceive.l lo re.
I'.olb of l he-e young people are
among the iuo-1 popular in Ca--coiinty.
wln-re they were both
born and reared to maul I and
womanhood, ami they will receixe
llle Ulo-I heartfelt VVI-hes of all
for Ihejr future happim--- and
joy in . i.'uir u.iJif 'ied life..
The groom i- a son of the late
Frank iMckson and wife, and ha-spi-nt
his lifetime here, bavins
made hi- home wilh the familv i f
his grandfather. F. M. Hichev. and
is a vniiri: man of exceptional
worth and highly esteemed by all
who knew him. He is at pre-en!
acting as manager of the Hichej
Brothers Lumber Co. of hi- cilv.
The bride i- one of the mo-t
charming ladies who ha- taught
in ttie schools of this cit. and
during the pa-t Hire,, jears ha
been one of the mo-t valued mem
bers ,,f the leaching -lafl". Sin
was born and reared m-ar I'nion.
where li.-r friends are legion, and
it will be a double pb-a-nre to the
friends of the contract in:? partie
lo know that they are t be resi
dents of this citv in the futu"e.
RECEIVES FINE TURKEY
FROM SUNNY TENNESSEE
From Tuesday' Iiallr
Yesterday Henry O. Soennich
sen received by express a mani
licenl sp.'ciman of the turkey
family in the shape of a bird
shipped from sunnv Tennessee
lhal weighs in the neighborhood
of foilv-lvvo pounds and is one of
the nicest thai ever came to Ihi
cily. The turkey i- from the
poultry and turkey farm of John
B. Mid. lb-Ion. mar shebille.
Tenn.. who has f.c.vl- from tii
fa r in sold in all par I- of the
American continent ami who Ibis
year will ship several turkey- to
Cuba for- the Christmas sea-oii.
MRS. J. W. DEAN VERY
LOW AT MARYSV1LLE. MO.
From Tufsilay's liaily.
Sunday morriini: a rne-.ae wa
received here by Mrs. J. 1'.. Imiz-
lass annoiinriii that her mother.
Mrs. .1. V. I lean, was very low at
Marysville. .Missouri. and that
death seeined only a question of
a fvv hours. Mrs. liou-la--. in
cmnpai y with her son. I'ean. ami
daushler. Mis Vosja. left at once
on Ihe first train for Marysville
to be at the bedside of Mrs. fiean.
who ha for- the pas) si month
been in a stale of semi-rop-M-jousiifis.'
having about that
time surTerrd a "stroke of
paralysis which rendem! her
Released From Dispo Asylum. '
Fr.iiii VV'-.ln.--.! 's I'iiI'i.
Notice has been ret-.-iv .-.) hr-
thai Joe Bl'o.b'beck. Who VV.l-l
-nt to Ihe dip-" a-' I mi !r .:i'
this co!int. had 1.--i !!. ,i I ;
as cured and v. ill be ello-.v.-.t hi-;
llbef tV. Mlo.ibel k llVe.J ;i Ced.tr
Creek and wa- mm h e ld -. !!
the l-e of ll.plor- to r.-.-. !:i-j
ti! the an! horn re- -!-.! !..
llllll to Lincoln to l.lk. ! l-e.t! !!! it
for the allln ! e.u. I i- :.. (.. '
hoped that he Will t.e ! he fi;
avoid indulgence m f,.. f..vin-!
b'.w . '
Secure Week's Layoff.
From WHnci"lm t:ir.
The an of men employed b
the r.Hrhntoit on the .,t!e'-.-, I
line- of imp! ov r.: ! k ,t and
alo n! Ihe np-r.ip w..rk .1.
the MVi-rVVlll enjoy a .. ,.,.
day. siaitini: to.iav. a-d vv : ! I n- I
have f. return vvo', ui nl af-li-r
.New e.ir"-. "Ili i wii! iv.-
the (lien ample !M.'- lo ce. ,i .1 I e
GEO. A. PURDY
ON 25,000 MILE
Flopsheim Shoe Worn by Wan
on a 25,000-mile Walk.
The r.-ad.-r- of the .l.u.rnai vii;
have a very clear rem i.-i ti,. 1 ..f
lieorge . pnrdy. v!i.. a ; ;i : !
here a-l -iiinmer i-c!iir n !
the white -J.tve tiallic. ai-. be vv.i
ensaed then nt a walfciii' ! r
of ttie I'tiiled 1.lles a id tl.ld !!.'-l
covered -ei-rai huii t'-i-d mile-
til- lo trip over tt e .lTer.-.,l
-rate- ami territories ,.f the
coiinlry. While h.-te Mr-. ptr,v
purcha-ei a pair of I -Iien i j
-hoe- of )e f.li'l -iloe -lore loj
wear on to- trip throu-h llo-l
country. a:nj lb- inei-b-ni h.id
b.-e'i aluio- forolien U!i:d I.ti.
day, whe.i ;. sl-in!i;n;.-r ..f :bi
cily. who had become a.-.p : :i . : 1 ' -e.J
with Mr. I'ur.iv. r.-.-eiv.. .1
package by eVpn---. and (-!:-
illi.- it Wa- -lllpll-ei; (o ,r;d a
pair of -hoe- well w..f n ;r 1
I ra v I - -1 a 1 1 1 -. t . o.-:oi w;'h .1
biter from Mr. Pur.h. who b.e!
111 f di-iar.b-d the -hoe- al'.r
haviiii; traveled over t..'.!
illlii-- 11! I lie I I : 1 1 '. I stales (
them. The .h h.i- be.i '"-!
-o'lb-d tW!i--. lb- tir-t too.- mj
.ebraka Ci!v and Ihe .',
lime at Montr.
Mi .U. acl'4"
Hie heel- replaced Willi leVV ol:ei
X tZ,f-: i ...'THE DISAPPEARANCE
the -hoes elra tool. :t- Ib.vj
pa--e. tbioiih .in.- v.-iy !.-. I j
wear. I am f.-e!iii- ti-n-; -!ii! r.-
ilirr Ihe lecture, and li.iV :ir. I; .
-ticce-- all aloni: Mi- wav. I.
tiave a b.-ii t ten po-i!..j
iiirt- I wa wilh you. iuve n.v j
repai d- lo ail tnv fi i-ii.. n j
Plat I suioii t h and le!i Ito-in I n;-n
think of lln'in."
Mr. Pur.ly i- iM!:,i;n f,i .-vei.
iiiir jr.. mm nub-, o' Ho- t o- i
Slale. ami ha- i -ac i- il ... j
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I e-: i mom. 1 1 a- lo fit vv.-armi
ilia!lte- of the I bU - f ) III l -1 -
i. one thai wi! .e inn. h ap- i
precat.d by the ,'.,., -f ...... J
which for ear- ba. Ivindb-.l I b . j
i;.... ..f -i - '
Mil' " -i" s,
Kills Big Wolf.
C.halk" Valb-rv y -r,,l k . i ! -
e. at Ih- ho( f hi- '.ille r. W .
T. Valb-ry. near Myi-aid. a lare-
-iei VV-lf a! Hie r.l'l;e of i T.
yard-, and he didn't have Vl.ti-i'-irun.
eitb.-r. tut n-ed an o.j
mu-ket that put Mr. Wolf oi:: ..f
bu-iiie-- iii shot t oi d. r.
(bun! i"'-ai-re farm
'.. I. 'lie.
siiuthia-t of fireei w 1. Nb.:
1-jri ai r i
in winter wh-a:.
acres meadow. Al-.. - 1
acre farm I tinb - vve-j of
;reenwf.od. N b.; T a. r.-- in
winter wtieat. f a-re- atfa'.fa.
Call on or write. A. f. Welt.-n. or
Farmers Sfat Bank, fit eenw r...d.
Try th Journal fnr".statif.mtrj-.
Event Celebrated at Dfummond,
Oklahoma, on the 18th of
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STILL A OEEP MYSTERY
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