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Name Description Section Amt
Tovnlili 15 ltnnRc SO
C Charlton All 1 39.30
Tfm. II. IUttmnn... NEU & 3 2 32.30
C. Charlton NWtf 2 8.90
C. Charlton All 3 39.30
Wcaiman A. Stearns NHNKU, W&,
Bmma Pulver SViNEtf, NtfSEH -1 11.15
C. Charlton All 5 39.30
Jj. A. Wight 13 28.10
I. A. WlKht All 23 39.30
Louis C. Blacsl E4NEK, & WfcNWti
& SVd 24 28.10
J. E. Evans .'. . . .WNEU, EtfNWU 24 "9-.C2
C. V. Turple r.,NSW 27 39.30
C. V. Turplo All 28 40.40
C. V. Turplo All 29 39.30
C. V. Turnip :W4 32 22.70
C. V. Turple v All 33 39.30
Townnhlp Jfl H nn pro 21)
Herman I.uschon EE',4 & SW 2 47.94
Oharlotto I. Woodward. .All 3 165.95
Brncst E. Kclsar NWU 4 18.30
W, L.. Majorowiz N 11 S5.C0
Prank Blevlns E 12 34.40
Wlsloy Blevlns WttEVt 14 41.90
A. J. Salisbury All 19 57.0C
McDonald Stato Bank...W 0 19.90
rallllam B. Marrs NWU 21 15.0S
Thos. W. Bayno NEU & NKSHtt 2fi 21.10
noy I. Bayno NWU & WSWH M 17.35
Hyran Fletcher All 29 40.90
Byran Fletcher All 30 43.42
Byran Fletcher All 31 33 08
V. D. Greeley NV4 & SEU 32 25.75
McDonald Stato Bank. . . .SWU 32 S.57
O. Charlton All 33 3S.0
C. Charlton NEU 34 9.51
Townnlilp Ilnncc .10 ,
Hattto Sundorland WSW 2 9.11
Battle Sunderland EU 3 oc.01
Howard Slmmen Estate. .NEU & EVSNWU &
. NEUSWU & NBUSEU C 34.71
Alma B. Slmms NWUSEU . C 4.50
HaUIo Sunderland WNBJi 10 9.11
Eliza Stovons WSWU 1 t-11
Jarnes C Stuart SEU. SEUSWU 12 22.14
James C. art. . . .SWU. & ?,
James C. Stuart .. .NWUNEU ft
Boyal S. Stuoky WW. RW "
Carl Crumroy i, 2, "I?
S. E. Johson ;&SH 7?
lenlkT:: :. v.eSuTneuseu if i :
n7ohnsoyn WpEU,NW 3 2.0
Llezlo Benkosky NWUSWU '"
Towiin1i1 10 Iinnce 30
Frances Kanouf Ntt & EttSBU 8 28.80
Charles W. Dillon SWi 14-3
Charles W. Dillon ...... N & SEU " "-uu
Townnhlp 11 nnnpfc an
N. H. Kronqueat All
N. II . Kronquest All
Solla McQulro &
1Mb V. Anderson .NEU ft fl4 8 81.81
Austin U Fletcher MNMi
rsr we' E4 i
S. E. Mansfield NWU - lu
O. A. Schrecongost SEU 34 12.0C
ToiTimlilp 13 llntiRc 30
M. K. Collins All 5 C3.90
It. U. Ballard SEU 6 10.24
Joseph Blacltwoll NEU 12 4B.57
Joseph C. Johnson SWU 12 4C.47
Oust Brantliiff SWU 13 46.95
N. H. Buckley SEU n4 43.75
N. E. Buckley All 15 100.95
Wm. J. Collins NEU 22 39.10
Oust Brnntlnu All 23 127.00
O. Duckworth S14NEU & SEU 34 1S.S5
Townnlilp 1.1 Hiwkc 30
Christina Wlllson Pt. N4 SWUNWU 3 9.75
W. T. Banks Pt. Lot 5 ft S4 8 115.96
Eva Uoddy Pt. Lot 2 9 .90
Walter F. Carlson Lots 8 ft 11 12 14.77
Walter F. Carlson WV4E 13 57.C2
Camilla I. Bell E ft BU-WU 16 19S.1S
Jennlo Byan WHWVi ' 16 74.26
Jcnnlo Byai EH 17 120.80
Thomas E. Doollttlo. . . .W4 IS 132.93
James McClymont WV4 23 81.65
II. T. Wooduate W 24 101.39
James McClymont W!4 26 26.59
.Tamos McClymont Et 27 26. 5S
TmviiNlilp 1'l IIiiiikc 30
M. E. Bokesklo 13 4 14.96
James A. Shaw SWU 8 27.27
Balph II. Ford NWUNBU ft N ',4 NW U
ft SWUNWU .. 12 13.81
John Bratt NV4NWU ft ST3UNWU
ft NEUSWU -16 17.9.1
Marlon II. Evans SWU ft NWUSBU 24 27.47
Win. B. Plttinan Pt. Lot 1 2S 7.58
II. N. Hart Pt. N4 31 300.27
Win. Bailey W4B'.4SWU ft
W'iSWU 31 309.60
Townnlitp 15 IUiiikp 30
Frank Mlcheal All 3 50.26
Chris Johnson All 4 50.51
Chas. Hartman NEU 5 S.42
C. J. Hamot NEU 6 12.05
Chas. Hartman NWU ft NV4SWU fi 14.11
Mary McDonald SV4SWU. W4SE 6 12.39
W. II. McDonald BSEU 6 5.04
P. O. Qualloy All 9 38.60
H. W. Bills All 15 49.S4
L. H. Hutchcns W14NWU. SEUNWU IS 11.18.
N. Kolso NNEU 22 7.51
John Weldon NEU 22 14.30
Isaac L. Feascl SEU 26 21.72
Isaac L. Fcasol All 25 19.73
TnmiNlilp 10 ltnnn'p 30
Harry P. Stevens All 3 51.75
Fred Bodlo W4 ' 7 24.46
Fred B. Hartman All 9 37.26
Harry P. Stevens All 10 72.40
Harry P. Stovcns All 11 32.55
D. J. Greeley All 12 S2.18
D. J. Greeley All 13 72.40
Harry P. Stevens All . 15 32.55
D. T. Denmcad NEU 19 12.77
D. W. Moon E4 ft SWU 20 38.80
Harry P. Stovcns BVj ft SWU 21 27.77
M. L. Wellivcr NWU 21 8.05 .
John Bratt All 20 37.26
Adam E. Donaldson All 29 52.06
Chas. Hartman N SEU 32 4 6.59
Carollno Belton SWU 32 18.4S
Township 11 IlnuKC 3S
George Andernon N4 & SEU 2 3S.45
Edwin G. Hudson NWU 8 13.90
Holrs of David TogBart. .NEU H 9.41
Bobert M. Dowell NEU 20 0.80
E. A. Brown NEU 22 23.91
II. E. Wilson NEU & S14 26 30.20
II A Latlrrer A.il i 42 00
Jal o Wanner All ::0 51.25
W. T. Erwln SSWU & SEU 32 24.31
DR. J. S. TW1NEM
Platte Valley Hospital
hr W I QHAPPPR I
ll. VI . 1. uiir&K AJuai it
I have the Money
on hand to close
Real Estate Mortgages
Bought and Sold
T. C. PATTERSON
Building & Loan Building
General Farm Sales A Specialty, also
Real Estate References and Pates
First National Bank.
Res. 100 Kast Ord St. Miono 912
HIDES, FURS AND JUNK.
We want these.
Big Price for Cast Iron.
No market for bones at present.
DR. IIABOLD FENNEIt
Offlco Phono 333 Res. Phono 1020
DItS. STATES & STATES
6, C, 7 Building & Loan Building.
Offlco Phono 70. Res. Phono 1242
HAY FEVER AND U
H CATARRHA DEAFNESS 8
North Platte, Nebr.
One Halt Block North ol Posloftice.
A modern Institution for the
fcientific treatment of medical,
surgical and confinement c&sei .
Completsly equipped X-Ray
and diagnostic laboratories.
Geo. B. Dent. M. D. V. Lucas. M. D.
J. B. RedfieId.M.D. J. S. SIMMS. M.D.
Midway Motor Co.
DOCTOR C. A. SELBY
Physician and Sargem
Office orcr Roxnll Drag Stoie
Offlco Phono 371. Houso 10G8
We will begin selling
our Winter Apples on
October 1st. at the
Clcnburnie Fruit Farm,
lour miles north ol
Sutherland. No sales
made on Sunday.
M. II. Woodman, Prop.
I)R. C. E. McREYNOLBS,
Eye. Ear, Noso and Throat.
Offico over Hoxnll Drag Store.
JOnN S. SIMMS, M. D.
Special Attention Given to
McDonald Bnnk Building
Office Phone 83 Residence 89
GEO. B. DENT,
Physician and Surgeon.
Special Attention Glren to Snrgery
Office: Building & Loan Building
Phonoa: Offlco 130, Residence 115
Calls Promptly Answered Night or Day
Phono Offlco C12 Bcsldence 676
Office phone 241. Res. phone 217
L. C . DROST,
North Platte, Nebraska.
Knights of Columbus Building.
DERBYBERIIT & FORBES,
Undertakers and Funeral Director
Dny phone 41
Night phono Black &88
TV. T. PRITCIIARD,
Ex-Governmont Votorlnarlan and ox-
assistant doputy Stato Veterinarian
Hospital 815 South Vino Street.
Hospital Phone Block C33
House Phone Black 633
A GOOD PLACE TO EAT
Is really hard to find theso days, but
wo can assudo you wo nro that place
Nothing fancy or elaborato about our
restaurant Just good plain food, tho
freshest and best In tho market
served in a cleanly and nppetlzlng
way for you, at no profiteering prpico3
Why not try us?
HOTEL PALACE AND CAFE
RICHI UGAI, Proprietor
Opposite Union Pacific Depo
On or about Sept. 22 on :ny proml
ses in Gracoland Addition Ono Bay
Shetland pony, with threo whito
foot. Owner can havo same by set
tling cost of feod and advertising.
J. D. HOLT.
In Cherry Time k
By JESSIE E. SHERWIN
(, 1920, Wcttern Newspaper Union.)
"What does Cousin Aggie gny?" in
quired Mrs. Buxton of her seventeen-year-old
daughter, as tho latter read
a letter she had Just received.
"Just commonplace news, mamma,"
responded Nellie Buxton. "She writes
me, however, to bo sure to tell you
that they have tbo most wonderful
cherry crop ever was, and that Uncle
Silas will ship you three- bushels lu
about two weeks."
"ll'ml" remarked Mrs. Buxton, a
trille discomposed. "I have heard that
tho cherry crop Is phenomenal all over
the country and no one to pick them
except at three times tho usual rate.
It is thoughtful of Silas to remember
us, but I wonder If lie understands
that the city Is rationed on sugar."
"Can't we double up on buying and
have enough on band to uso when tho
fruit arrives?" suggested Nellie.
"Hardly. Ono grocer allows us Just
n pound a day, and then nt live times
above normal price. I don't mind that
so much, for sugar is a necessity."
"I suppose it would take quite a lot
to do up three bushels of cherries,"
ventured Oscar Hoed, who was sit
ting by, but usually very uncommuni
cative when in the prcsenco of the
mother of tho family. Mrs. Buxton
hod laid down some pretty stringent
rules us to Nellie nnd her company.
Oscar was allowed to call In tho eve
ning once a week only, and then he
passed the hour or two granted In
tho same room with the fnmlly. If
there was any entertainment going
on Nellie did not get n chance to ac
cept Oscar's Invitation as an escort
unless her parents accompanied them.
"Nellie Is too young to get a lot of
love nonsense Into her bead," Mrs.
Buxton had onco romnrked, and Oscar
overheard her and considered her an
ogress, but ho was politic enough ever
to defend bis present sparse privileges
and to try winning her good graces In
every way possible.
So when Mrs. Buxton computed the
sugar needs of the cherry season
ahead, Oscar made a mental note of
the same and, recalling as well that It
would bo her birthday about tho time
I'ncle Silas would ship the cherries,
he took credit to himself for devising
a scheme that would certainly win tho
finornble opinion of the mother of bis
"Said anything to your mother
about the picnic we are Invited to.
Nellie?" questioned Oscar breathless
ly In the bare minute and a half al
lowed them to linger on the veranda, j
"Oh. yes, anil I can go, of course, ,
but the family are planning to attend
too." and Oscar sighed at tho prospect
he bad anticipated of having Nellie
all flay to himself.
"I won't get discouraged," ho rumi
nated on his way homeward bound.
"Sugar! It has always made me
think of sweet dnrlln, Nellie! Now
It's going to mnke me think of her
mother. How am 1 going to work It?
I declare! It's beginning to rain," and,
without storm coat or .umbrella Oscar
hostened his steps and sought shelter
under nn awning In front of a store
given oxer to second-hand goods of
varied sorts, Including clothing. The
array of suits, hats, overcoats and the
like was heterogeneous enough to al
low a wide choice of attire. Then as
Oscar's gaze rested upon tho big de
partment store opposite, bis eyes
glowed brightly and ho smiled.
"The very combination !" he
chuckled. "I have the dinner Imur to
put In motion my grand scheme for
acquiring a small-sized refinery In the
sugar line. Sure, I can work It. Let
mo see If I can manage to enpturo the
pounds per day for two weeks. Tlint
would mean a bulk of sixty pounds,
more than enough U put up those
cherries furnished by Uncle Silas, nnd
probably sweeten up the strict old
lady 1 would be glad to cherish as a
Next day Oscar visited the storo of
tho dealer In a second-hand goods.
Without much trouble ho arranged to
have tho temporary use of such ar
ticles as he needed for his bold plan
of becoming sugar miser. He did
not waste any time jii noonday lunch
eon, but entered the grocery depart
ment of tho department storu where
one piiund of tho saccharine novelty
was sold to a customer. Appearing
first In propria personae, then with another-
hat and n grotesquely plaidcd
overcoat, even with a silk tllo and
wenring goggles, In the crowd he was
not recognized as the audacious re
peater thnt he was.
Oscar kept track of the promised
shipment from Uncle Silas. Ho chose
tho evening of their arrival for his
once-a-week call upon Nellie. Ilo
found nil hands pitting tho fruit, but
Mrs. Buxton lu a gloomy mood be
cause she had not the sugar to put
up more than half a bushel.
"Nellie told me this Is your birth
day, Mrs. Buxton," observed Oscar in
nocently. "I have a little ottering that
may be of uso to you. It's on the
porch sixty pounds of sugar."
"Say ! I'll pay you double prlco for
It, Just to imilcu ma smiling nnd Jolly
ngaln!" declared Mr. Buxton, but Os
car insisted on tho free acceptance of
his little gift, and Mrs. Buxton fairly
beamed upon him. Her heartfelt ac
knowledgment of his clever donation
was expressed by keeping the rest of
tho family at work in tho kitchen,
whlio she shooed him nnd Nellio out
Into the gnrden with tho remark:
"Too many cooks spoil tho broth,"
and tho ilrst of many blissful hours
alone with Nellio came into tho for
tunate young man's life.
For relinblo transfer sorvlco phono
vour calls to C. H. Sptcor, Donelson's
:gur Storo, Phono 172W. 7C-0t
A complcto lino of ladies all silk
hoso nt tho A. T. Johnson Dept. Store.
Special at $2. CO, $3.00 and $3.50. 73-2
A reduction In green coiTeo enables us to reduce our
price or our Homo Roast CoiTeo 10 cents per pound. We
will retain tho same high grade as formerly and sell it at
'JO cents per pound which makes 10 cents per pound less to
tho consumer over any other coffee sold in North Platte of
Rush Mercantile Co.
Last tall on rotatoes.
$1.50 per Bushel.
We have a car of good potatoes on hand
5 for sale at $1.50 per bushel delivered.
All these potatoes are sorted. Lay in your
Artificial Ice Co.
Are at the
Seven stirrin reels that take' (you, back
to the time that old was discovered in Cali
forniaStirrink action and superb scenic effects
North Platte Equity Association
Oil Dwy Street Phono 108
MEATS AND GROCERIES
Quality and Satisfaction Our Motto; Try us with your' i:ct
order and be satisfied.
THE HOUSE OF GOOD EATS
Highest Market Price Paid for Produce FREE DELIVERY
ood coal; 1
a ft. a A- .t
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