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MONDAY, TSUI 8, 1920.
PXATTSMOTJTH SEMI-WEIEtT JOTOHAL
YOUNG PEOPLE ARE
JOINED IN WEDLOCK
ATE NO BREAKFAST
FOR OVER A YEAR
The Most Gigantic Under
taking Ever Attempted!
The Greatest of Them All
July 15th to 30th
Watch for the Great
Nuptials of Miss Frances Boncek
and Julius Kalasek Celebrated
Today at St. John's
Wisconsin Man Suffered So
Dyspepsia He Courd Hard
ly Get Around.
close friends of the.tn uw aih
From Saturday's Daily.
This morning at 8 o'clock at St.
J John's Catholic church occurred the
marriage of Miss Frances Roucek
and Mr. Julius Kalasek. the services
being attended by a number of the'Gf
I The nuptial mass was celebrated
I by Rev. Father M. A. Shine, rector
of the church, who pronounced the
( blessing of the church on the two
estimable young people who are to
'take up life's Journey together In
I The wedding -was a very quiet one
and the bridal couple were attended
by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sedlak, Jr.,
sister and brother-in-law of the
groom. The bride was very charm
ing In an attractive traveling cos
tume of light blue with picture hat
of white and carried a shower bo
quet of brides roses. The groom was
attired in the conventional black
Mr. and Mrs. Kalasek departed
this afternoon for Clarkson, Nebras
t ka, where they will enjoy a visit at
"Actually, two bottles of Tanlac
have done me more good than all
the other medicines and treatments
B . I D E) HJ) A L
I have tried put together," said Paul
James Kowalski, of 1517 Jefferson
Wis., an employe
the home of Mrs. Kalasek's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. James Roucek for a
short time and on their return to
Plattsmouth will be at home after
July 15th to their friends in their
cozy home on Washington avenue
that the groom has awaiting for the
coming of his bride.
The bride, is one of the popular
young ladies of the city and is held
in the highest esteem by those who
have the pleasure of knowing her
and in her new home she will carry
the best wishes of the host of friends.
The groom has grown to manhood In
this city and is one of the employes
of the steel car department of the
Burlington and a steady and reliable
young man held in high respect by
those who know him. lie was dur
ing, the world war a member of the
armed forces of the United States
and served over a year in France
with the army.
To the happy young couple goes
out the well wishes of their friends
for a' long and happy married life
and one filled wih all the good
things the young people so well de
rerve. ' '
HAS CAR DAMAGED
From Thursday' Pally.
While returning from Omaha last
evening Ed Mason had a small auto
accident that damaged his car some
what. He was coming up the hill
near the Will farm and in some man
ner the car got beyond control,
dashing into a small embankment
along the road and resulting in
the breaking of one of the wheels
and the windshield, the branches of
a small tree breaking the glass of
IHE UNIVERSAL CAM
If ycur Ford needs attention, bring
it to our shop and ask
Our Shop Foreman
for the cost of the necessary repairs.
He will glre you .honest, reliable
advise and a careful estimate of the
We have trained and efficient Ford
mechanics 100 men and you
will like our work and Ford prices.
We can now sell n w Fords on
1919 Ford Sedan, with start
er, like new 1700.00
Buick Six, fine $950.00
Overland, model 83 S250.00
Ford ton truck with cab and
body and several Ford tour
ing cars PRICED RIGHT
Stop at our
T. H.. Pollack Garage
Phone No. 1 Plattsmouth!
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT!
"For years I have had trouble
with my stomach," continued Mr.
Kowalski. "My appetite was very
poor and for a year I couldn't eat
any breakfast at all. Nothing agreed
with me and after, every meal I
would bloat up terribly with gas.
often became nauseated, and finally
got so I just dreaded to eat. I had
a bad headache all the time and be
came .so dizzy at times I could hard
ly keep from falling. My nerves
were in such bad shape it was al
most impossible for me to get a good
night's sleep, sometimes lying awake
all night long, and in the mornings
I could hardly get out of bed. My
kidneys worried me a great deal and
I had a severe pain across the small
of my back Just about all the time.
I kept losing weight and finally I
became so badly run-down and weak
I could barely get around and lost
lots of time from my work.
"Some of my friends down at the
shop where I work advised me to
try Tanlac, saying it had done them
a world of good, and the way it went
after my troubles was simply re
markable. I had taken only a few
doses when I began to improve, and
now I feel like a new man. I have a
good appetite, everything I eat agrees
with me, and I haven't had a head
ache or dizzy spell since I began tak
ing Tanlac. I am never bothered
with my kidneys and the pains have
left my back entirely. It will always
be a pleasure for me to recommend
Tanlac is sold in Plattsmouth by
F. G. Fricke and Company and the
leading druggist in every town.
LOCAL ROYS MAR
RIED IN MISSOURI
Forest and John Baughman of This
City, United in Marriage to Misses
Gertrude and Gladys Russell
Krom Saturday's Dally.
A very pretty double wedding oc
cured at Bucker, Mo., on June COth
and in which two Plattsmouth
young men were united in marriage
to the charming daughters of one of
the leading families of the Missouri
Mr. Forest Baughman and Miss
Gertrude Russell and Mr. John
Baughman and Miss Gladys Russell
were the contracting parties and the
ceremony occurred at the home of
the brides' parents at Buckner. The
home was very prettily arranged In
secrations of sweet peas and carna
tions and made a very pleasing set
tling for the happy event. The
wedding occurred at 4 p. m. and was
followed by a 5 o'clock wedding
luncheon and the. tendering of the
best wishes of the friends to the
Mr. and Mrs. John Baughman de
parted after the ceremony for Den
ver where they will enjoy a honey
moon and will then return to this
city to make their home. Mr. and
Mrs. Forest Baughman 'are here en
joying a visit at the home of the
groom's parents and will remain un
til July 10th when they return to
their future home at Archer, Mo.,
where the groom is employed at pres
ent. The two charming young ladies
who have been Joined in marriage
to the estimable bridegrooms are
very popular in their home and have
been up to the time of their mar
riage engaged in work In the office
of the telephone company at Buck
ner and are held in the deepest af
fection by a large circle of warn;
friends. Mr. Forest Baughman is an
employe of the Crane company of
Omaha and has for several months
been located at Archer, Mo.,, where
he will make his home. John is an
employe of the Burlington In this
city and a splendid young man
whose friends are legion throughout
the city and his good fortune will
bring much pleasure to the friends
in this city. Both young men are
the sons of Mr. and Mrs. II. W.
Baughman of this city.
NO wasted grain from bad weather.
NO waste from rushing the job through.
NO big crews just you and a few of
NO two or three weeks time spent help-
ing everybody in the neighborhood
Speedy Simple --- Economical
100 Of Your Grain Threshed!
Here is an ideal separator for use with your tractor. It is light, easy run
ning, simple to operate and does perfect work.
Its 12-bar cylinder, 234 inches in diameter, set with heavy spikes makes
it sturdy enough for the toughest work. The cylinder is exceptionally heavy and
its weight assures steady motion and ease of operation.
The INDIVIDUAL is identically the same as the famous Wood Bros.
"Humming Bird" thresher which is known by every farmer, except that it is
smaller in dimensions and lower in price. Just what you want, isn't it?
Price Wood Bros, thresher, delivered at Plattsmouth $1,225
Fordson Tractor, equipped with governor and belt pulley 998
Oliver 2:bottom plow, 2 bbls. oil, 100 ft. 4-ply belt .. . 296
Call and let us take your order for the above outfit complete, or if you
have a tractor, give us your order for the thresher.
There will be a big wheat crop this season and not enough threshers to
supply the demand, so order now.
T. H. Pollock Auto Co.,
PHONE NO. 1
Possession of the house will not bo
given until August 1, as Mr. Mauzy
has to dispose of his household ef
fects and will then with Mrs. Mauzy
remove to Los Angeles to make their
home in the future. Mr. and Mrs.
Mauzy , wintered in California last
season and wero so well pleased that
they have decided to make their
home there in tha future.
PURCHASES KEW HOME
From Friday's Dally.
Yesterday the deal was closed
whereby II. W. Smith of the Cass
County Monument Works becomes
j the owner or the Mike Aiauzy pro-
porty in the north part i.i t"? city.
One wheel chair.
One ladies bicycle.
One Rayo incubator, lV egg.
One Mandy Lee incubator,
One dining room table.
One 3-4 bross bed and springs.
One 3-4 ney mattress.
One kitchen cupboard.
One gang plow.
One grain drill.
One circular wood saw and frame
One grain drill.
One broadcast seeder.
For particulars, teelphone No. I 4 3
a few days ago and it is thought
that she ate a portion of the sand
and which caused an infection of
the stomach and resulted in her hav
ing to be removed to the hospital.
It is thought, however, ;that no ser
ious result will follow , and the lit
tle one will be all right in a few
C. H. Smith and wife departed
this morning for Brock, Neb., where
they will visit over Independence
day at the home of their daughter,
Mrs. J. II. Teegarden and enjoy a
family reunion as their daughter,
Mrs. R. E. Sheehan and children
from Galesburg, 111., will' also be
guests at thev- Teegarden home.
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LITTLE CHILD VERY SICK
From Saturday's Dally.
Last' evening, Helen, one of the
little daughters of County Commis
sioner and Mrs. Julius Pita, was
taken to the Immanuel hospital in
Omaha where she will remain for a
few -days taking treatment. The
little cne had been playing in a
sand pile in the yard at the heme
Good Auto Roads
T. U. POLLOCK
A tractor that will fit your
farm the Fordson
YOU can make your farm produce more at less
cost and with less effort on your part by
using the Fordson tractor. Not only will it help
you prepare your land and cultivate the crops, but it
furnishes power for many other farm jobs. -
, The Fordson tractor is the result of long study of
farming conditions and it has proved a success. Burna
kerosene easy to operate and care for practically
There's an Oliver No. 7 Plow
for your Fordson
Just as the Fordson tractor gives ideal power, the
Oliver plow means ideal plowing. It is scientifically
designed for tractor service and is backed by a half
century of experience in making plows. It buries all
trash and weeds at the bottom of the furrow
maintains an even depth of furrow and is controlled
from the tractor seat. t
' Come in and let us show you this remarkable farm'
T. H. Pollock Auto Co.,
Phone No. 1 -:- . -: ' :- PUtUmbuth
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