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About The North Platte semi-weekly tribune. (North Platte, Neb.) 1895-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 22, 1920)
NORTH PLATTE, NEB., JUNE 22, 1920.
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INFORMATION FILM) AUAINST
STOCK SALESMAN JOYCE.
Ned Joyce, who had boon In North
Piatte for several weeks selling stock
in the ReX Refining Co., of Do Leon,
Texas, was arrested Saturday night on
the charge of violation of the Nebraska
blue sky law in offering for sale the
took without a permit from the stato
commission. Tho information was
filed by Harry Dixon, president of the
Chamber of Commerce. Joyce was
arralngued court and was admitted
to a bail Hand of $5,000 which was
signed by Poulos Bros. , '
Upon being notified that Information
tornev ceiieral's Office sent out Attor-
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prosecution, and the state securities.
both of whom arrived yesieruay morn-
tant attorney, three more complaints
were filed against Joyce. In ono of
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tho defendant Joyco had sold 3400
shares ofthe Hex stock to Albert uas
pel for a consideration of ?51,000, two
thousand shares to D. B. McNeol for
$30,000 and over 400 shares to Mag
nolia Duko for $4,100, Tsid that theso
sales had been made without a state
license or permit.
Yesterday forenoon Joyco, accom
panied by his attorney, J. J. Halligan.
appeared before J.udgo Woodhurst and
'pleaded not guilty. On tho evidence
submitted. Judge Woodhurst found tho
defendant guilty and bound him over
to the next Jury term of the mstnci
court. In tho afternoon Joyce waived
a hearing on the throe additional
charees and upon agreement of tho
attorneys for tho stato tho defendant
vas placed under a bond of $6,000 for
liia annearanco in tho next term of
district court, or $1500 on each com-
plaint. A bond Was given by a surety
Several weeks ago Joyco applied to
Secretary Moran, of tho Chamber of
Commerce, for official endorsement to
sell his stock in North Platte, but
Avhen Joyfie failed to produce a state
license, such approval waB denied.
Shortly thereafter Joyce loft town, but
later returned and at onco liega;n o
cultivate the acquaintance of business
r.'en and well-to-do farmers and
ranchmen. He was accompanied by
hislfamily, were quartered at tho
Hotel McCabe and made his trips into
the country in a high priced Marmon
car. Joyce is a man of engaging per
sonality and It is understood ho repre
sented to the purchasers that, tho. dlvl;
tlpriTTs on their stock would run as
high as thirty per cent per month
Mr. Parker, representing the attorney
general.'s office, stated that so far as
he know no investigation of the Rex
Refininc Co. had been mado by the
securities commission; that such In
vesications were not generally mado
until an application for license had
been applied for, and that so far aB ho
knew nr application to sell tho Rex
stock had been mado. Had the ap
plication been made, the standing of
the company would have been inves
tigated. The minimum fine for selling stock
without n license is ono hundred dol
lars per share and tho maximum fine
one thousand dollars per share", no
matter at what price the stock is1 sold
at per share. Joyce has old at least
5SS0 shares in Lincoln county," and if
fniml mint, ho would bo sublect to a
minimum fine of $588,000. To pay hat
fine might cause Mr. Joyce a little
President Dixon filed tho informa
Hon on the well taken ground that
it is the duty of the Chamber of Com
merce to protect tho public from un
licensed siock salesmen, and in this
instance Tho Tribune heartily com
' mends his action.
Attention School Children! !
All children of tho grades in North
Platte schools are invited to march
in tho parade on July 3rd. A stick of
candv. will be given every boy and girl
marching. Moet at the cpurt house at
9 a. m. July 3rd,
Population of County, by Precincts.
MKS. Dl KHB1UIY ARRESTED
IX CHICAGO YESTERDAY.
The. Census Bureau nt Washington, D. O., sends Tho Trlbuifo tho
following data rotative to tho population of Lincoln county by precincts in
1920, .which also gives tho population of each precinct in 1910 and in 1900.
Tills table shows thai whito tho towns in tho county Increased G.39S in uopu-
lation during tho ton.o'onrs, tho lnoronso in Uio county outside tho towns was Ujvon in tho federal district court-
I.... -1 100 T . i o At... . 1 ..1 .1 : . 1 ...lit. mm I- ... . . .
uui 1,000. l uuiiuuii ul inu iiuuinuis aiiuu w uuuiuutiuiis uuuiyiiri'u nun ifiu. mere, was arrested in Chicago iUOlV
Tho Denver Post, rcaqhlug iioro this
morning, contained the following rel
ative to a North Platte woman:
Mrs. Dorothy Duuborry, ago 42, al
leged violator of the Mann wtiito $lavo
uct, who forfeited a bond of ?2,0QQ
Minor Civil division
d A n
Atrlclopo precinct a-C. 207
Blrdwood precinct 'i-, . 191
Brady Island precinct, Including Brady village... 34,
uucnanan precinct ,
Doer Creek precinct V
Dickens precinct ....
East Hinman precinct
Fox Creek precinct
Garflold precinct .w.w
Qaalin precinct ..1- 19S
precinct ' 430
Hooker precinct . . , 63
Jeffrey precinct . 159
Kern precinct - .: 104
Lemon precinct LLr , . 127
Maxwell precinct, Including .Maxwell villago.- 622
Modiclne precinct J 439
Miller precinct , 2 IS ' '
Myrtle precinct , 112 ,
Nichols precinct, including Hershoy village 1047
North Platte precinct, co-extensive with North
Platte City 10466
North Rosedalo precinct .' 95.
Nowoll precinct i.l' X 276
Osgood precinct 235
Payne precinct : ..--l, 282
Peckham precinct . Ji -Tl 269
Plant product : a- . 188
Rosedalo precinct il. iX --' -- 171
Sellers preclnqt a a .241
Somerset precinct , . 227 ,
Sprlngdale precinct - J 96
Sunshine precinct - J 313
Sutherland precinct, including Sutherland village 1267
Table precinct ri J 129
Vroman precinct T- . 199
Walker precinct . , , 345
Wallace precinct, including Wallace village .819
Well precinct 'S , 288
Whittier precinct 156
Willow precinct i 159
Falrviow precinct .
Incorporated Place 1920
Brady village I 400
iHorshjey village . 1 . 482
Maxwell village 9 .! 410
North Platte city, i -1.10466'
Sutherland village , . JL , .667
Wallace village I i 327
j. . 236
L0OAL AJtt) PJEHSOKAL
- ijrof. Leonhant tho expert pliiho
turnor, who has beon visiting North
Platto for many years, is in town tor
a fow days. Hla nervicoa can bo so
cured by phoning tho Nyat drug
N,orth Platto's. .Greatest Clothing
Salo now In full swing lalo ad
vantage of it EDWARDS-REYNOLDS
T. F. Hoaley Wilt leave In a fow days
for Chicago to nttond tho annual con
vention of tho B. P. O. Elk's. Oront
preparations havo beon mado to on-
ll'UU lilnv.. nftor n slsJ.ilnv nnnvch w InnAl
11410 ngents of tho Unltod States dopnrt
2G1 ment of jusllco nnd will bo returned
hero for trial.
95 in a comnlaint filed against Mrs.
221 Dudberrv it la nlloced alio took Clara tortain tho dolocates and Tom Ib cor
Liiivolle and Mthel Carroll, Denver tain to havo an cnjoynoio time
girls, to North Platto, Neb., for ol- North Plattn's Greatest Clothing
loged immoral purposos. Sale now in full swing Tako ad- n big rusiuntt day for tickets. On
.Miss La vello totd agents of the do- vantaco of It ED WARDS-REYNOLDS town residonta should hurry un if
partment of Justice that sho suposed COMPANY. tlioy desire grand stand tickots. Car
slid was to bo given a houekeoptng nnnwn siimm nt Rniiinrinmi n ill. snacos aro colnc as ranldlv as are tho
Tito buslnosa Iioubos will remain
open. Saturday, July . 3d; but ' win ; bo
closed Monday, Jtflj' Ctli. It was
tliouglitliost to kc,ep tho stores open
on Saturday' for tho accommodation
of visitors Who coma to town to nt
rend tho nuto racns.
Dr. George Woir, formorly of thtsy
city, who has boon ail instructor lvO
dontal college in Chicago slnco lilp;
graduation,' visited friends in town tho ,
latter part of last weok while onroutov
to Pocatollo, Idalio, where . ho will ,
open a dental offlco.
Wlmt is homo without a clockLe
Clinton, tho Jowotor. 46-2
Rosorved seats for the nuto racosc
on, July 3d wont on salo Saturday, at;
tho Rexall drug storo and there ,wa',i'
151 petition in North Platto hut .that when rcctor of tho COunty fair association, grand stand tickots.
173 sho got thcro sho found horsolf in a
292 disorderly houso. After bolng hold
prisoner sovoral days, sho said, sho
328 succeeded in making her escape
49 Mrs. Dueberry was nrrested last
119 April and brought to Denver for trial.
117 Sho gave bond and was released, tho
100 case being set for Juno 14. When it
254 was called she did not respond and
was In town yesterday picking up Tho Jargoat assortment of hand-
information rolntlvo to tho. big racos painted china can bo found rtt Clln
to bo hold July 3d. Ho says Indlca- ,toft, Tho Jowolor. 46-2
tions point to an enormous crowd nt
tho races. 1
Clinton has the stock for tho Juno
Bride. , ' 46-2
Christian Science service Sutfday 11
405 tho department of iustlco instltuted'n ft- m- Wednesday ovonlng ineottngs
scorch for her.
Mrs. Fraler Is Quoted, t
George Frater. who is "attond-
jou. Ing the Federation of woman's tuuus
at;Dos. Moines, receivod tho following
mention from tho Des Moines corres
pondent of tho Omaha Beo:
Mrs. George Frater Ib horo to learn
mono About motion ipudturos. -We
mado a mistake in Nortli Platte," sho
states, "when wo voted out tho Sunday
movie. I am an Enlsconallan and
212 thought I wns doing my duty in oppos
ing me sunuay, pictures, out una mm
In tho absenco of other recreation, a
"good film Is bottqr than tho alterna
tives our young people turn to."
- TAKE NOTICE
490 I Properly Owners, Renters nnd Agrsnls
overy week at 8:00. A cordial lnvl
tatipn Is extended to all to attond
theso sorvicos, Building & Loan build
ing, room 25.
Ninoty-twto North Platto boosters
will lonVo tomorrow morning at nlno
o'clock on n two-,rty, goodfollowshlp ,
trip to Scotts Bluff. The special train
will consist of two slcopcrs, a coach
nnd a baggago car. Thirty foot
streamers advertising North Platte
and tho nuto races will decorate tho
cars. " ? .
DIxou 4 Son grind their own tenses..
CRYSTAL THURSDAY AND FRIDAY
Iu a comedy drama of smiles and thrills
'BURGLAR BY PROXY"
Ask Jack Robin, hero of circumstances, he gets his start in
adventure with a toothapho and a damaged tire. He lands as
a burglar into the innermost portals of society where the jew
els and excitement abound.
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,4j.orin i'laiie vjiiyoy warqs: ' iazu
North Platte city ..:'C1046G 'r-
Ward 1 ii 2777
'.'.Ward 2 , 1 2041
Ward 3 2300
Ward 4 3348
Buys Interest In Harbor Shop.
Ray Cantlin yesterday purchased a
half interest in the Langraf barber
shop, with which he has beon con
nected as an employo for six or olght
years. This is along Mr. Cantlin's
line ftf progression first ho bought
a residence, then married, was elect
ed a montber of the clt council and.
,noW established himself in business.
mi r a rf 5 a r ill.. 1
rue mm oi iunugrai tz uaniun uas
our best wishes.
Hershey Welch has made a report
on the feasibility of converting tho
city dirt pit on the north sido into a
swimming pool,' and tho proposition
will at once be taken tip by tho park
commissioners and the welfare board.
TlUs dirt pit la considered moro prac
tical than tfio erection of a pool In
the city park.
Buy your boy his next winter's suit i
at a big reduction. Edwards-Reynolds I
During tho past forty.-elght hours j
Several special trains loaded witli
dolegates to tho democratic conven
tion at Frisco havo passed through.
On theso trains it was noticed that
thoro were fewer baggage cars than
in former years not much room was
needed for tho limited supply of
SATURDAYS YOUR CICATfCE.
I shall have my sample room at tho
(Palace Hotel open tho wholo day on
baturdays to accommodate tho many
farmers and out of town peoplo who
come to town on Saturday to do their
Tills Is my. eighth week in North
Platto taking orders for immediate
and fall delivery for the Logan Knitt
ing Factory of Logan, Utah, manufac
turers of the Famous Utah Woolen
Underwear, Sweaters, Macklnaws,
In tho clean up and weed cutting
campaign, wo expect to how to tho
line, letting tho chips fnll where they
may,, regardless whether you aro rich
or poor, llttlo or big, young or old.
Thowccds In tho alleys, stroots, in
nnd around tho nronorty whore you
reside, or on vacant lots that you may I
own or seo niicr. snouiu oe cut uu
tweon June 21st and July 1st. This
is a small task if every, good citizen
will do- thetr part.
Thanking you for your co-operation
and action until It Is done satisfactory
to tho community and hoping that you
will not bo ono that sentiment might
havo to rest on, I am
KEITH WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY
"SHE LOVES AND LIES"
She loved and she lied and cupid smiled.
She made herself look old to win a husband.
A rollicking comedy drama with. Norma Talmadgo
in the most pleasing rolls of her career.
LOCAL A.NP PERSONAL
W. V. Hoagland returned this morn-1
Mens faults, Raincoats, Flannel Shirts, hK fr0m a business trip to Omaha and
uiunweiH, scans, eic. ILincolll.
iiunureus nave aircaily taken nu
vantage of my short stay horo. Come
In and look our samples over. It will
save y.ou many dollars and disappoint
ments. You pay for- tho goods in tho
fall on delivery.
D. A. FREEDMAN,
Palace Hotel, Phono 40.
Wanted this Week
ltaliy for Adoption.
I have a baby boy for adoption; two
months old; 'In good henltli and of
healthy, parents' Baby can bo seen at
1520 cast Fiftli street between two and
four o'clock 'In tho afternoon. 47-2
Our Salo continues with new mer
chandlfle being added daily. E. T.
Tra m p & Sons.
SELL BEFORE MARKET DROPS
CALL 192 FOR PRICES
North Platte Produce Co.
Tho Rexall handles tho goods. 14tf
Mrs. Edgar Inmati left yesterday, for !
Parsons, Kans., to visit relatives for
John Million came this morning
from Omaha to go with tho North
Platto boosters on their trade tjaur.
Mrs. E. Merrlt left this morning
for her homo fn Omaha after visiting
two wacks at tho Arthur Rush homo.
rtlen's ' shoos greatly reduced nt
In order to reduce our stock to
mnkc it more convenient for moving
wo liavo put our entire stock on sale
and aro offering our merchandise at
roal sacrificing prices. E. T. TRAMP
At tho Camp FIro and Boy Scout
meeting hold in tho Franklin audi
torium last ovonlng a woll plnnncd
nrogrammo was rendored under tho
management of Scout Master
Stophons. Sovrul selections by tho
Walker orchestra, two beneficial talks
songs by tho Pioneor uampnro uirm &
and many songs by. Mr. Wickland,
We have on hand a car of insect proof
twine which we absolutely guarantee and
at competitive prices.
Place your order for this as it will not
last long. .
Derryberry & Forbes Imp. Co,
which wore encored and oncorod, com
pleted tho programo. Tho camp work
will begin without further dotay and
tho prospects aro fine.
THIS AIRSHIP AGE demands ef
ficiency. Hnp-hazard methods must
go. Oploinery, tho newest profession
has ariBcn to tho necus or tiio nines.
D!xn and Son, Eyo Specialists.
A Horrid Threat.
Amateur Gardener (Irutely) Look
hrii, sir! That dbg of yours comes in
Ii. n every day and digs up my ilower
btMK, and 1 want you to put a stop to"
His Neighbor Suppose I don't I
Vl at then?
I'll plant so muny flowers that
yo i- wretched dog will weur himself
to i skeleton trying to keep them du
up." London Answers.
ALL MUSSED UP
STILL DOING BUSINESS
Gummere-Dent Drug Co.
Practical Christianity In India.
Four model farms tire connected
with the -Scotch Presbyterlnn indus
trial mission at Chingleput, South In
dia, where native Christians aw
taught to support themselves
v New Location
Three Doors North of Former Slice.
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