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Toninlilp 15 Hnnftre SO C. Charlton All 1 39.30 Wm. It. Hlttman NEU & SK I 32.30 C Charlton NWU 2 8.90 C. Charlton All 3 39.30 Wcdlman A. Stearns NHNKH, W, StfSEVi 4 39.30 Bmma Pulrer SUNEVi, NtfSEU 4 H.1G C. Charlton All S 39.30 I A. Wight WtfSEU 13 28.10 Ij. A. Wight All 23 39.30 Louis C. niacsl EViNBU, & W4NWtt & SV4 24 2S.10 J. E. Evans WNEU, EUNW 24 9.62 C. V. Turple NWSWU 27 - 39.30 C. V. Turplo All . 23 40.40 C. V. Turple All 29 39.30 C. V. Tumle.'. WK 32 22.70 C. V. Turple All 33 39.30 TowiiNlilp in Itnnffc 21) Herman L.uchen HttEtf & SWU 2 47.94 Oharlotto I. Woodward. .All 3 105.95 Hrncst 13. Kelsar NWU 4 18.30 W. Ij. Majorowlz NU- U 85.C0 Frank BUvIns E14 12 34.40 WIsley Hlovlns W4EU 14 41.90 A. J. Salisbury All 19 G7.0G McDonald Stato Banlc.Wtf 20 19.90 William B. Marrs NWU 21, 15.05 Thos. W. Bayne NEU & NHSEtt 20 21.10 noy I. Bayno. NWU & WSW 2C 17.35 Byran Fletcher AH 29 40.90 Byran Fletcher A" 30 43.42 Byran Fletcher All 31 33,08 fT D. Greeley Ntt & SEU 32 25.75 McDonald Stato Bank.... SWU 32 8.57 C. Charlton All 33 38.01 C. Charlton NEU 34 9.51 Township 0 KniiRe 30 Httttlo Sunderland WUSWU 2 9.11 Hattlo Sunderland E 3 "C.Dl Howard Sltnmes Estate. .NEU & E14NWU & NEUSWU & NEUSEU 34.71 Alma B. Slmms USEU 4.GC Hfittlo Sunderland 3S Eliza " Stevens WSWU 10 !" James C Stuart SEU. SEUSWU 12 22.14 Jnmes C. art.BJiBWU. A James C. Stuart,. .NWUNEU ft Royal S. Stucky.: '.SNWU. SWU 28 53.94 Carl Crumroy WL,V S. E. .Tohson NNEU 33 9.11 Royal S. Stuckey N 14 NWU 33 9.11 tilzll Bonkosky ENEU. NEUSEU 34 13.08 Stephen Johnson 'l$NWU 84 22.60 Lizzie Benkosky NWUSWU 35 4.57 Townnlili 10 Itnntrc no Frances Kanouf NJ4 & I3HSHU 8 28.80 rriIo;i::::::$l ? : S ::::::: !: Charles W. Dillon SWU , 20 14.03 Charles W. Dillon N'A & SEU 29 Tovrnnlilp 11 nnnpc 30 N. H. Kronqucst All 4 50.2- N. H. Kronquest All Sjtolla McGulre ..-All 5 . 47. Nels V. Anderson S , 7 37 Astln I Fletcher NEU 10 7.8. Walter P. Votaw WHH.NBU & W " "lO 83 N. B. Lepras -SEV , Mils F. Halladay "J" . is 10 "3 J. A. Blblet SH22r ESEU 18 10.-3 Mary E. Simmons H A. Shoesmlth -SEU " 10.23 S. E. Mansttcld NWU - lu 1 Q. A. Sclireconsost SEU . 84 ToTnnhlp 13 ItiinRC 30 M. IS. Collins All 5 II. It. Ballard SEU . C Joseph Hlackwcll NEU 12 Joseph C. Johnson SWU 12 Oust Brantlnff SWU 13 N. IS. Buckley SEU 14 N. E. Buckley AH 15 Wm. J. Collins.... 7 NEU 22 Oust Branttn? All 23 O.Duckworth .....S14NEU & SEU 34 Ttmnnlilp 1.1 Ilnnirc 30 Christina Wlllson Pt. NV4 SWUNWU's W. T. Banks Pt. Lot 5 & 8b 8 Eva Itoddy Pt. Lot 2 9 Walter F. Carlson Lots 8 & 11 12 Waltor F. Carlson WV4EU 13 Camilla I. Boll KM & KV4W4 16 Jennlo Hyan .'. .... .WV4W14 16 Jcnnlo Ityan EV4 17 Thomas E. Doollttle. . . .W4 IS .TameH McClymont WV4 23 II. T. Woodgato AVU 24 James McClymont WH 26 James McClymont Eli 27 'I'ownnlilp 1-1 ItniiRF 30 M. E. Bokcsklo EU 4 James A. Shaw SWU S Ralph II. Ford NWUNEU & NtfNWU & SWU NWU .. 12 John Bratt NV4NWU &, SEUNAVU & NEUSWU 16 Marlon II. Evans SWU & NWUSEU 24 Win. It. Plttman Pt. Lot 1 28 II. N. Hart Pt. N& 31 Wm. Bailey WUEUSWU & W14SWU 31 TownnTtlp 1.! IlntiKC 30 Frank Mlcheal All 3 Chris Johnson .All A Chas. Hartman NEU 5 C. J. Ilamot,. NEU 6 Chas. Hartman NWU St NU-SWU C Mary McDonald SUSWU. WSE 6 W. II. McDonald E4SEU G P. O. Quallcy All 9 R. W. Hills All 15 L. II. Hutchens W4NWU. SEUNWU 18. N. Kelso NUNEU 22 John'Weldon NEU .22 Isaac L. Feasel SEU 20 Isaac L. Feasel All 25 Tou-imlilp 10 llnnirc 30 Harry P. Stevons All 3 Fred Bodlo W ' 7 Fred B. Hartman. All 9 Harry P. Stevens All 10 Harry P. Stovens All 11 D. J. Grooley All 12 D. J. Grceloy All 13 Harry P. Stovens All 15 D. T. Dcnmoad NEU 19 D. W. Moon E & SWU 20 Harry P. Stovens E & SWU 21 M. L. Welllver NWU 21 John Bratt All 26 Adam E. Donaldson All 29 Chas. Hartman -. NU SEU ' 32 Caroline Belton SWU 32 Tou-niililp 11 Jlnneo 32 aeoreo Anderson N4 & SEU 2 Edwin G. Hudson NWU 8 Heirs of David Toggart. .NEU IS Itobort M. Dowell NEfi. 20 E. A. Brown NEU 22 II. E. Wilson NEU & S'4 20 IL A Latlrrcr Ail iv JaVo Wagner All !I0 W. T. Erwln S,4SWU & SEU 32 12.0G 53.90 10.24 45.57 46.47 46.95 43.75 100.95 39.16 127.00 18.SG 9.7G 115.90 .90 14.77 57.62 18S.1S 74.20 120.80 132.93 SI. 65 101.39 20.59 26.5S 14.96 27.27 13.81 17.93 27.47 7.58 300.27 309.G6 60.26 50.51 8.42 1E.05 14.11 12.39 5.04 38.60 49.S4 11.15 7.51 14.30 21.72 49.73 51.75 24.46 37.26 72.40 32.55 82.18 72.40 32.55 12.77 38.80 27.77 8.05 - 37.26 52.06 46.59 1S.4S 88.45 13.90 0.41 6.80 23.91 30.20 42 00 51.25 24.31 LOCAL AND PERSONAL Mr. niul Mrs. H. B. Long, of Choy onno enmo Wednesday to visit at tho Hay Lincoln homo. Mrs. W. II. Smith accompanied hor mother to tho Mayo Ilros. hospital yesterday. Dr. Howard Yost, Dentist, TWlncm Hiiltdln?. l'liono ,'107. 77(f The Nohraska StJ,o Farm Uurcnu has announced that It considers 0 or 7 cents n hushol as a fair price for husking corn this year. The datos set for the meetings of organized agriculture at Lincoln ure January 3 to 7. A number of farmers and stock rnlsors from Lincoln and adjoining countlog attend these meet ings each winter. You should sec tho now Silk Pot- Little Maurlno Ynlos, who was MS BJ Wilcox's". Mr. and Mrs. Waltor Gilchrist loft Wednesday for Omaha. Don't forget Tuos. and Wed. nt tho Sun. Constatico Talmage, In Search of A' Sinner. bit- ton by n bull dog Friday, Is gottlng a long nlcoly. MIsbos Adclo LoDloyt and Emma Doguo arrived homo Monday evening from Omaha and Lincoln whero thoy I attended tho foot-ball games Worth Platte Equity Association Oil Pawey Street Phono 108 MEATS AND GROCERIES Qtialih ml Satisfi-c lion Our Motto; Try us with your next order and lie satisfied. -THE HOUSE OF GOOD EATS- - - - - - Highest Market Price Paid for Produce FREE DELIVERY For reliable transfer service phono your calls to C. H. Spicor, Donelson's Cigar Store, Phono 172W. 7C-9t A complcto lino of ladles all silk hose at tho A. T. Johnson Dept. Store. Special at $2.50, $3.00 and $3.50. 78-2 ::o:: When In North Platte stop at the New Hotel Palace and Cafo. You will be treated well. B8tf ::o::- . To whom aro your going to sell your Hay and Grain? Tho HarrlngtonMer cantllo Co. will offer the highest prices. Gtf :o::- Dr. L. J. KRAUSE, Dentist. Mc Donald Bank Building. Rooms 2 & 8. Thono 97. 42tI DR. J. S, TWINEM I Medicine Surgery Obstetrics Hospital Facilities Platte Valley Hospital Ed Kierig, Auctioneer. General Farm Sales A Specialty, also Kcal Estate. References andyDatcs First Kntionnl Bank. Res. 400 East 3rd St. lfliono 912 HIDES, FURS AND JUNK. We want these. Big Price for Cast Iron. No market for bones at present. L. LIPSHITZ. DB. IIAEOLD FENNER Osteopath Orcr nirscMcld's Offico Phono 333 Res. Phone 1020 I Dr.W. L SHAFFER Osteopathic Physician HAY FEVER AND n CATARRHA DEAFNESS OASIS BUILDING North Platte, Nebr. NORTH PLATTE ..General Hospital.. (Incorporated) One Hall Block North ol Postoftice. Phone 58 A modern Institution for the icientific treatment of medical, surgical and oonOnemtnt cases. Completely equipped X-Ray and diacnustic'lftboratories Staff: Geo. B. Dent. M. D. V. Lucas, M. D. J. B. RedfieltJ. M. D. J. S. SIMMS, M.D. ELECTRIC SERVICE PREST-O-LITE Storage Batteries Midway Motor Co. APPLES! DOCTOR C. A. SELBY Physician anil Smrgeoi Office ofcr Rexnll Drug Stoie Offico Phone 371. Houso 1068 Bit; C. E. McliEYNOLDS, Specialist. Eye Ear, Noso and Throat. Offico oyer Boxall Drug Store. Pliono 113. JOHN S. SIMMS, M. D. Special Attention Given to Surcrcry McDonald Bank Building Offico Phono S3 Residence 38 DItS. STATES & STATES Chiropractors r, 6, 7 Building & Loan Building. Offico Phono 70. Res. Phono 1242 GEO. B. DENT, Physician and Surgeon. Special Attention Glren to Surgery and Obstetrics. Office: Buildlne & Loan Building Phones: Of lice 130, Residence 115 DK BEDFIELD Physlcinu, Ofoslotrlctnn Surgeon, X-Eay Calls Promptly Answered Night or Day Phono Offico 012 Residence G7G Office phone 241. ReB. phone 217 L C. DROST, Oateopalhlc Physician. North Platte, Nebraska. Knights ol Columbus Bulldln. DBRBYBERBY & FORBES, Licensed Embamera Undertakers nndFuneralDlroctort Day phone 41 Night phono Black &88 W. T. PBITCIIABD, Graduate Veterinarian Ex-Oovernmont Votorlnarlan and ox assistant deputy State Veterinarian Hospital 815 South Tlno Street. Hospital Phone Black 633 House Phone Black 633 We will begin selling our Winter Apples on October 1st. at the Glenburnie Fruit Farm, four miles north ol Sutherland. No sales made on Sunday. M. H. Woodman, Prop. A GOOD TLACE TO EAT is really hard to And theso days, but wo can assudo you wo aro that placo. Nothing fancy or elaborato about our restaurant Just good plain food, tho freshest and best in tho market, sorvod in a cleanly and appetizing way for you, at no profiteering prplcos Why not try us? HOTEL PALACE AND CAFE I RICH! UGAI, Proprietor Opposite Union Pacific Depot TAKEN UP On or about Sept. 22 on my premi ses In Gracoland Addition Ono Bay JShotland pony, with thrco white foot. Owner can havo samo by set tling cost of feod and advertising. J. D. HOLT. 1 IPS audiences tried it this way MOST people know that the musical enjoyment which they get out of a phonograph depends upon one thing. That thing is the phonograph's realism. This picture shows the best way to test a phonograph's realism. Miss Betsy Lane Shepherd, the famous soprano, is standing beside the New Edison, and singing in direct comparison with the New Edison's Re-Cueation of her voice. 185 audiences, aggregating more than 100,000 people, have actually heard this comparison. None could distinguish between her living voice and its Re-Creation. This is one of the phenomenal records of realism. The New Edison holds all other records of realism, too, because no other phonograph attempts this comparison-test or could sustain it. ' Tie NEW EDISON Mrtf Phonosraph with a Soul" tty It this -the way we use in our store I the Realism Test 1 Test the New" Edison's Realism against the pleasure you know music can bring.' Tell us what kind of voice or instrument gives you truest musical ejmoyment. listen wljile wc play your favorite on the New Edison. The Rea?sm Test will enable you to gauge whether thq Newj Edison's Re-Creation gives you all of this enjoyment. t i This is your teskl It will holp you determine what the New Edison V Realism means, In terms of your own musical enjoyment. 0 y Ask for it ! The "Personal Favorites' ' Realism Test. Another tiling gjk at mopey qi andtoyfeu? I pewn, m ft. OCjKtbOOH. bou la op Budact HBin. It disposes o wy m 'm WH FQ 99-9 HARRY DIXON, Dealer.