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j You Owe It to Yourself and Your Bank Account to Make an Investitation of the Cartercar
HERE IS ONE VITAL POINT OF SUPERIORITY -
-Comnpare These Transmissions-
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The Cartercar friction transmission,
with chail-in-oil drive, is not subject to
the many griefs and ills of the ordinary
tear transmission. It also eliminates
clutch, universal joints and bevel gear
drive. There are just two principal work
ing units. The extreme simplicity carries with it
great economy. The Cartercar glides away like an
aeroplane, without a sound or a jar.
The old-fashioned sliding gear trans
mission is extravagant in construction, ex
pensive in maintenance and untrustworthy
in performance. It limits its user gener
ally to three forward speeds, costs as much
for lubrication, with the necessary clutch
and universal joints, as the entire up-kecp of the
Cartercar Friction Drive, and is much more noisy.
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ANOTHER FINE STALLION IS
IMPORTED BY JAMES SAGE
IMPROVING THE WATER
MAN LUMBER (IDS
From Saturday a Dully.
James Sage today received ono
of I lie finest stallions that lias
over been hroughl, into this city, I
he having purchased t In; animal
a few days ago from Henry Laf
enharger, an importer of tine
horses, of Colfax, Iowa. Tin; ani
mal was imported from liclgium
last. April and is one of the finest
horses that has boon brought over
to this country, lie is only lour
years old ami weighs 2, 230
ionntls. He will he stood at tin;
Klablo of Mr. Sago in this rily this
Tin1 Waterman Lumber rmn
pany of thin rily an; going lo
make a number of improvements
at their lumber yard on South
Fourth street, the first of which
will he the erection of a number
of new sheds in which to store
the lumber, as the old ones have
heen in use for many years and
have began lo show the ravages
of lime. Tin! Waterman company
has added greatly to the slock of
linnher carried and have, a very
Kood sized liimhcr yard now and
expect to add more to the slock
carried as soon as tin new build
ings can he llxed up.
MRS. M. A. DICKSON ENTER
TAINS IN HONOR OF FRIENDS
MET SEVERAL SCHOOLMATES"'
OF HER HUSBAND HERE
MEIERS ENTERTAINED BY
OFFICERS OF THE LODGE
From Sntunlny' Pally. (
I'htltsinoulli Lodge No. 7;l'J of
the Flks last evening' had a most
enjoyable I ime at their clnh rooms
il the ('.nates' block, and the. meet
ing was ipiite largely attended by
the membership of the order. The
new olllcers of the lodge were in
charge of the session and I he
members were greatly pleased
with the businesslike manner in
which they ran things. Following
the lodge meeting; a most sumpt
ous "feed" was served to the herd
of hungry Flks and n royal good
lime enjoyed until a la! o hour,
ami universal praise was heard of
the. cooking of the chef, who had
prepared the repast.
Still Suffering Badly.
August Rhinaeklo lias been laid
up from his work in the shops
for some few days by an attack of
rheumatism, and while the malady
is a little belter, still it is very
painful, ami be has great, dif
lleully in gelling around. It is to
be Imped that! he will be able lo
resume his duties in a short lime
ami regain his former stale of
Stull Case Continued.
From Saturday's Dully.
The case of the Slate of No
hraska vs. G. Lawrence Stull
which was called for trial this
morning in Juslice Archer's court,
was continued until next Friday
morning at 10 o'clock, in order to
give the defense lime to procure
Painting the Hydrant9.
I he Plallsmoiii a aler com
pany today had a man out engaged
in repainting I ho hydrants of the
company along Mam street, and
I he new improvement added very
much to Ih'! appearance of these
hydrants as well as the street. The
hydrants have not been painted
for years and had taken on unite
a shabby appearance, hut the new
paint made them shine up in line
From Friday's Daily.
line of Hie pleasant social
events among Hie younger social
sets of t be city was I lii! card parly
given last evening by Mrs. .M. A.
Dickson in honor of several of her
young friends, and I he occ.ision
will long In: remembered by those
attending for the enjoyment de
rived from Hie gathering. The
evening was spent most pleasant-
v in playing progressive nign live
and the players enjoyed Ihcni-
selves to Hie ul most, as Mrs.
Dickson is a most delightful
eiilerlanier and spared no oil oris
lo make the young folks feel at
home. The king- prize was secur
ed by John Falter for his skill in
the game, while the consolation
prize fell to the lot of Norman
Dickson. At an appropriate hour
some most delicious refreshments'
were served by the hostess and
Mrs. A. L. Tiibl, who also assist
ed in receiving the guests. It
was a laic hour when the party
broke up, I hanking Mrs. Dickson
for Die delightful evening- and
Imping for another opportunity to
be her guests. Those composing
the party were: Misses Opal
Fitzgerald, Harbara ('lenient,
Teresa Droege, Helen Fgenberger,
Margaret, llallahan, (Iraoe
Thompson, Sabula. Iowa; F.mina
Cummins- and Marie Fitzgerald;
Messrs. Norman Dickson, John
Falter, F.dwin Fricke, Marion
Dickson. Robert Will. Henry Mc
Maken, Fred Mann and Maldon
From 1't'iduy'M Dally.
Among the visitors in the city
attending the convention of the
Christian church was Mrs. F. L.
W'ilnielli of Lincoln, and her sur
prise may be imagined when she
met here several former school
mates of her husband, Dr. Wil
inelli, in the persons of M. S.
liriggs and wife and Dr. 1'.. V.
Cook, who all attended Whittier
college at Salem, Iowa, at (he
same lime, and the friends here
were more than pleased to meet
Ihe wife of their former school
male and friend, and she received
a royal welcome from these
HI. E. Ladies Meet.
From Friday's Pally.
The Ladies' Aid society of the
M. K. church held their regular
meeting' in the church parlors
yesterday afternoon ami Ihey were
entertained in a most delightful
manner. The ladies held their
business session, at which lime
many mailers of importance wore
all ended to, and made it a very
interesting- session. There was
finite, a number of the ladies in
attendance, in spite of the in
clemency of the weather, and they
spent a most en joyable afternoon.
The hostesses were Mrs. J. L.
Thompson and Mrs. William Tuey
and they were splendid entertain
ers. They served some most, ex
cellent refreshments, which worn
very much appreciated by those
fortunate enough to be present.
WHIST CLUB ENTERTAINED
BY LAND MRS STREIGHT
NOW LET'S ALL POLL FOR
THE NEW M. P. TRAIN I
NOTICK Tornado, Wind
storm and Cyclone insurance al
Windham Investment A Loan Co,
Farm for Sale.
Anyone wauling to buy a farm
would do well to sec W. II. Hryan,
o SUMMER RATES
IT IS NOT TOO EARLY TO BE MAKING PLANS FOR A SUMMER VACATION TOUR
TO THE PACIFIC COAST:
Every day from June 1st the excursion rates will be $G0, and to inclue the
SHASTA LINE. $77.50; on special dates $5.00 less: vou mav cro one wav and
return another. In this way the world'B greatest railroad journey may be
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK:
Rates to this wonderland have been announced via Cody, the cast and scenic
entrance, via Gardiner, the official entrance and through Beenic Colorado and
Yellowstone entrance. Also for nersonallv conducted camnintr tours. 'A
camping tour under personal escourt makes ono of the finest recreative
tours this country otters.
GLACIER NATIONAL PARK:
On the Great Northern Railway, reached from Helton or Glacier Park sta
tion, Mont. Excursion rail rates to these points do not exceed $35 from Ne
braska, with very low rates beyond tcrough the l'ark. Only a small expen
diture required for a most interesting visit to this newest "wonderland."
Descriptive publications will soon follow. We shall be glad to have you tell us
what kind of a Summer tour you have in mind and place you on our list for
W. C. CLEMENT, Agent
L. W. WAKEtEY, General Pastenfier Agent, Omaha, Neb.
IS. HARMAN RETURNS TO
HER HOME IN BEATRICE
From .Saturday's Dally.
Last evening Mrs. Charles llar-
inan oi liealrico, who lias Doon
here visiting her sister. Mrs. Ghri
Iske and family, north of this city
departed for her home. Mm was
called hero by the sickness Of Mrs
ke, and is a graduate nurso of
e Presbyterian hospital in Oina-
rium Friday's Dally.
Last evening the Whist club
was entertained in a most delight
ful manner al the home of Mr. and
Mrs. W. J. Slreight, on Oak street.
The hostess served some most
dainty refreshments at an ap
propriate hour, which added
greatly lo the enjoyment of tin
evening. The guests for I hi.
pleasant occasion were: Messrs.
and Mesdanies C. W. Baylor, G. O.
Fricke, R. W. Clement, F. L. Cum
mins, W. A. Robertson, W. ,T.
Slreight and Miss Myrlle Hudson
From Friday's Dally.
Now that Ihe heat and turmoil
f the county jail election has
subsided and the voters regiter-
d their views on l In? mailer, it is
up lo i tie i.ommerciai cum ami
citizens of this city to secure for
the residents of the west and cen
tral portions of I ho county a more
convenient and reasonable (ram
service by which they can come
to this city to transact their busi
ness and return home (lie same
evening'. The Missouri Pacific
owes it to the many natrons of the
road through this section to see
that their train schedules arc re
vised in order to givo us the need
ed relief, and it can ho easily done
without additional expense to
the company, by transferring ono
of the trains on the Lincoln
branch of the railroad lo the
Omaha lino, running either from
Omaha via Louisville, Woepin
Water and I'nion and I hence back
to Omaha, or from Lincoln to
Union and then to Omaha, return
ing about 3 o'clock in the after
noon, which would give overyom
an opportunity of reaching home
in time for their evening moal.
Let us all get behind the project
THE FRATERNAL UNION OF
AMERICA HOLDS MEETING
From Friday's Dally.
There was a large attendance of
Ihe members of the local lodge of
the Fraternal Union of America
present, lust evening at the ollice
of It. I!. Windham to meet the
district organizer, Otto Kahler,
as well as a representative of the
grand lodge from Portland, Ore.,
who outlined to the members the
proposed raise in rates con-
emplated by the order and the
explanation seemed very satis
factory to Ihe members present,
and they were greatly pleased at
the manner in which the difficulty
of raising the rates had heen
handled by I ho head olllcers of
the lodges. The committee in
charge of the meeting had pre
pared an unexpected and much
appreciated treat in the shape of
some very delicious refreshments,
which proved a most enjoyable
feature of the evening.
MRS. FRED SPANGLER
IS OPERATED UPON
ha. and it was largely through her
splendid work at nursing which i and endeavor to secure this much
brought Mrs. Iske through her needed reform for our neighbors
recent sickness in such line shape.
Without doubt Mrs. llarnian is
one or the Dosi trained nurses
that has been in Ihe city, and it
is to he regretted that she has
given up active work along this
line since her marriage, as with
her great ability and thorough
understanding of the needs of the
sick, she could easily command
her own price for nursing.
Week of April 6, 13 and 27
Real Estate Changes.
The following transfers of Cass
county real estate have boon re
corded in the otllc.e of County
Register of Deeds Snyder at the
D. L. Ainick to K. W. llendren,
warranty deed. $S5. lot 7, block
Mary A. Street lo C. C. Davis,
warranty deed, $25, lot f, block
A, Treat's addition to Weeping
Don't forgetl The journal
office Is prepared to do all kinds
of fancy Job work. Qlve us a trial
in the county.
From Friday's Dally.
Fred Spangler departed thi
morning for Omaha, whore he will
spend the day visiting with his
wife at the Presbyterian hospital,
where she was operated on yes
terday for gallstones. Mrs.
Spangler stood the operation in
nice shape, and when Mr. Spang
ler left the hospital last evening
she was just coming from under
the influence of the ether, and
while not fully conscious, was in
the. opinion of the doctors at the.
hospital in excellent condition.
The fact that Mrs. Spangler stooJ
the operation in such fine shape,
will be the source of much pleas
ure to her many friends and their
earnest wish is for her speedy re
storation to health.
Seed Corn for Sale.
150 bushels of good seed corn,
several varieties. Inqtiire of
Solomon Rovve. on the east side
ff the river, one-quarter mile
south of Hothlehein church, or
address Pacific Junction, Iowa,
We can write you a Tornado
Policy for Five Hundred Dollar
for five years for 75 cents a
year; larger ones at the sam:
ratio. At this low rate you canno'.
afford to be without insurance.
Windham Investment & Loan Co.
From Friday's Dally.
Cass county needed a new jail,
and the commissioners called a
special election to decide whether
Ihey should appropriate the sum
of $12,000 to build it. Those who
imagined that they saw an oppor
tunity to move the county seat
fought the appropriation as hard
as they could, but Plattsmouth
won. Therefore we congratulate
Plattsmouth on Ihe splendid vic
tory she won. Nebraska City
Charged With Adultry.
From Friday' Dally.
Yesterday afternoon County At
torney C. il. Taylor filed an in
formation in Justice M. Archer's
court against C. Lawrence Stull,
charging him with adultery with
Mrs. Lou Hickson. The case was
set for hearing tomorrow morn
ing at the ollice of Ihe judge in
the city hall.
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