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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 4 January 1921

1 . MAmnw mEmER WEEKLY "THE HOME "FAPEtVOF MARION AND WIL U AMSOM COUNTY Vol. 46 No. 229. MARION. ILLINOIS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 4, 1921. SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 PEK YEAR THE RECORD OF EVENTS IN 1920 ENOCH W. YATES I WILL RETURN DIED FRIDAY! WITH PRISONER Annual History of Patt Year la Pre ocnted for Benefit of RepublicanLeader Reader Well Known Citizen Passed Away at St. Louis Foliccman Arrived 8atuN His Home on North Garfield' . Street Aged 69 Years. .. day Morning for Walter Boyd - Accused of Robbery. & JU.J. ZJt U. The past year waB filled with 1mpor nnt events from all standpoints and a resume of these events is alwnvs 'worthy c-f consideration. Each year fha Republican Leader has presented buc-i a history for tho br.eflt of its readers and therefore wo present the first few months today and (wlirfollnw with the other months as .' gpuco permits. U is l.npasa!l:le to record ov ry ' event and doubtless In mu- encpns'at:on we have unintentionally omitInd ao.ue'J'lnaj tfcat.anpi...

Publication Title: Marion Semi-Weekly Leader
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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 4 January 1921

TUESDAY JANUARY 4, mi. PAGE TWO THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE MARION SEMI ' THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (INCORPORATED) . . , Publishers. 10 S Franklin Stroet Marion. Illinois. , W. O. PAlSi-hi. tMitor. " OLDHAM PA'.SLEY, City Editor. , SUBSCRIPTION RATES Per Six Months, I.......... .75 Per Year, , 1M All subscriptions payable 1c advance. Paper will be stopped at' expiration of time paldto unless renewed. Mitered at we post office at Marlon. CREAL SPRINGS Eld. W. L. Motslnger of Carrier Mills, was here last Sunday filling his regular appointment at the Bapr tist church. F. M. Rainey of Simpson was here on Monday on a brief visit. Uncle George Jennings of Johnton City visited his son Otto here over Sunday. Joe F. Lavenderdale of Hairlsburg visited his mother over Sunday. ' A. V. Schillinger went to Herrln on Sunday on a business trip. Mrs. Dollie Brogdon departed on fconday for Moline, to visit tlie fan lly of her son Earl, whose wife is reported quite 111. Mrs. Delphla Heasley of Benton viute...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 4 January 1921

"1 1 TUESDAY, JANUARY 4, 1921, THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER PAGE THREE i .. it PERSONAL MENTION. ' Mr. Tom Fries and daughter Eva rent to Oorevllle Saturday where :hey will visit friends. Mr. and. Mrs. Carl Slankard went 3 West Frankfort Friday to visit Trlenrs. Mrs. J. Ward went to West Frank fort Friday, to visit relatives. . Mrs. W.'. W. Harret and children went to West Frankfort Friday, to visit friends. J ' Ella Baker returned to her home ' . West Frankfort Friday after trans .cting, business in Marion ' 'Mrs. J. D. Taylor left Friday for Oraville, Ohio Friday to visit until s after the New Tear's with relatfves. f jonn White went to Cypress on 1 business Friday. ; Joe Long went to West Frankfort 1 on business Friday. Brlce Holland spent Friday In Mt. ' Vernon on blslness. Miss Violet Wolard returned Thurs day from a visit In Benton with relatives. Miss Eva Baiar went to Benton Friday where she will visit her father, Ben B. Baiar. ;f Mrs. Charles Christen returned to 5 her home in Ca...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 4 January 1921

yAiiK.y.n'.'.K,.. THE RECORD OF LVENTS1N 1920 (Cottnued from Page 1) games. Weat Frankfort and Marion, 24-13. Marion and Bpnton 31-5. 25 Blanche Brlgham dies at hos pital in Chicago. 23 Lloyd McXail killed In mine explosion at Johnston City. 30 Marion defeats Sparta 25-15 in bauketball game. James K. Cloud died. 37 Mrs. Albert Fowler dies at her horn a on N. Logan St. February 1 Richard Rodd, oldest min in the county dies at Herrin. . 2 Mrs. Mary Wicks dies at Anna. 4 -Marion . Township High School cbrc.1 on account of sickness. B Dr. ' J. B. Miller's home robbed. Ball ding 'occn'pied by Jeter's store is I sold by Donnis Jent to T. A. Walker. 6 Churches, ' schools, shows, etc., ' closed' cn account of influenza; Marion loBt in basketball played with Hrrin t IJcrriit 13-10.- ' 7- T. L. Echols dies at Pittsburg. Mor'ril B. Hartwell dies at his home. Vs: Clair Norris dies of influenza. Mia. Call Burkhnrt dies at her home in Bunt on. 10-G. M. Campbell of Pittsburg diea . Mr.i. P. N. Hea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 11 January 1921

SEkl-WEEKLY WAMION THE HOME PAPEIVOF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Dl, 46 No. 231. MARION, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 11, 1921. SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 PE.H YEAK UGH WILLIS IS RE-ELECTED mplete Announcement of Victors In United Mine Worker Race in State of Illinois. ca! to REP BUCAN-LEADER HERRIN, Jan. 10. Sub-Disthiet dquarters of the United Mine orkera of America received the mplete vote on their distinct which the state of Illinois election. The ;ures sfiow aspl endid confidence te for Prfesident Frank Farrington v ' o had a very hard lot during the ' it two years owing to radicals .hin his own organization calling iga lstrikes. Hugh Willis of this city now cometing his fifth year as board memer for the 12th" district was reelected ad his plurality was larger than that iven any other board member can- . idate in the state of Illinois. The election results follows: International Board Member, obins ... 25,005 mmerman 13,380 President.. arrington indmarch , mith rown , 34,299 14,814 11,9...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 11 January 1921

PAGE TWO THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER TUESDAY, JANUARY 11, 1921. THE MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN LEADER (INCORPORATED) . Pubusners, ,1 W. O. PAISLfc., fcuuor. OLDHAM PA'SLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Per Six Months, Per Year, 1 All subscriptions payable in Advance. Paper will be stopped at expiration ot time paidto unless renewed. - ' Kutered at the post office at Marion. Illinois, as second class tnall matter. WHAT OF 1921? The question of what 1921 will o. is squarely before us. Will it be a record breaking year for American industry or will it not? It is up to the American people today and it is up to the people of Williamson county to do their part Now is the time to do things. The other day we read this parable: Won't, Can't, Try and Will went out to climb a mountain. Won!t never started. Can't quit quickly. Try got to the starting point and stopped but Will went to the top. On Friday the announcement of one of Marion's busines leader in which he said that with hi...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 11 January 1921

'4 ( i TUESDAY, JANUARY 11, 3 -. - Mrs. Frank Adams went to Nellson r Thursday where she will visit Mrs. ! Edgar Russel. i W. Walker transacted business In Benton Thursday. Henry Bantz transacted business In Tamms Thursday, Miss Grace Glbbs has accepted m position at the Kozy Korner confectionery. Mrs. Marshal Ozment ot Johnston City spent Wednesday afternoon In Marlon.. ,: .'..'. " I Mrs. Arno Sterertz If Johnston City ;:, Bpent Thursday In Marion as the' ? gueBt of her mother Mrs. Louis Wahl- ; man of South Mechanic street. I Mrs. Murrlel Wign went to Hudgens Thursday wliere she will visit her mother Mrs. 4. L. Mclnturf. Misses filar'e Gunter and Nancy , Green of St. Louis are the guests of Marlon friends Misses Juanita and Viola Boyce re- ; turned to their homo in Illmo, Ma. Thursday after visiting friends In Marlon and vicinity. Mrs. J. J. Children returned to her , home in Goreville Thursray after o visit with relatives in aMrion.. Mrs. P. B. Goodman who has been visiting B. H....

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 11 January 1921

. U, TUESDAY, JANUARY II, 1921. AGE POUK THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER . y. x . , r., r SIIAWISNEWHEAD WOMEN'S CLUB HOLDS MEETING MITCHELL HEADS PITTSBURG DANK POOR BASKETBALL I SET DATES FOR GAME ON FRIDAY! B.B, TOURNAMENT TRADES COUNCIL HOLDS ELECTION FUNERAL FOR HARMON KING OF DUNCAN-BAKE Duncan-Baker Hardware Company Holds Annual Eieotlon And . Names New Officer Dr. H. A. Golf Gives Address on "Community Chariy' On Phllanfrophy Program Stockholders Meeting Held at Pitts burg on Wednesday AfternoonBusiness Was Good. Neither Marlon Nor Visitors Played, Prof Arno Bratten Receives Offlcia William H. Rix Again Heads Labor Organization In Whicoh He Has Been Officer for 20 Years. Reverend W. E. Pike Conducted Sep. vices at Neilson for Marion Well Known Man Here . Stellar Ball Murp"ys Contributed Two Points Notification of Coming Basket ball Event r The stockholders of the DuncanBaker Hardware Co.. held their annual meeting Thursday and elected officers for the ensuing year. The new hoarj of D...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 14 January 1921

,msit or UMammf itif M Tb Deader. It SEMI-. WEEKLY ""V, it, 1J. THE HOME PAPER "OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY t 46 No. 232. MARION. ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 1921. SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 PER YEAR IS. HARRY PENH JIED WEDNESDAY CLEARED GilUBGH ! INDEBTEDNESS SHORT. COURSE SPEAKERS RICE OFFERING TO GC JAPAN RAPIDLY CLIMBING AHEAD i v UN 111 1U f-f-f-f-f-f-f-f-ft-f-f-f-f-f-f-f N 1 YAMJX After Sever Years of Suffering Aged Woman Answers Death" Summons. . '. s. Mary Byron Penn, wife of HarI ry Venn died Tuesday evening after .- a ng and lingering illness, extendf ir ; over several years. , Lhe was born at Fergis Hill in Par is Ish of Kilwining, Ayrshire. Scotland, -. ojh March 3rd, 1868, the youngest I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Byron. She ded at the age of 62 years, 10 months and 8 days. i' At1 an early age her parents moved j to Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, where she I gr? w to womanhood. At the age of i 13 she became a member of the Free C urch of Scotland in the town Of '!' Ii v ine w...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 14 January 1921

I'l 1 THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEApER FRIDAY. .TANTTAftY 14 1Q91 PAGE TWO L. THE' MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (INCORPORATED) ' . Publlsliero, . 108 Franklin Street Marlon, l!Unoi. ' W. O. PA1SL;, Krtlior. OLDHAM PA'.SLBV. City Editor. SUB SCfIPTION RATES ' ' Per SIX Months, , .75 Per Year, (..... , $1.50 AH subscriptions payable In advunce. Paper will be stopped at expiration of time paidto unless renewed. entered at the nost office at Marion. Illinois, as second class mall matter. THE MOST NEEDED ELEMENT America is now facing a critical time. This has been true in other nations for some time past. They are now beginning tb get on their feet again and if one needed element can be had America will pass the crisis safely. We have the raw materials. Our nation can finance the world and have cash left over. We have the coal, the cotton, the wool, the grain, the corn, the copper, the iron, the forest poducts. The factor needed now is CONFIDENCE. Add this and all will be well. ...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 14 January 1921

Friday, January, u, mi. THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER PAGE THREE Charles Diver of Golconda transacted business in Marion Tuesday. J. A. Tracy of St, Louis was n business caller in Marion TuesdayGeorge Engles of Chicago transacted business in Marion Tuesday. ' Aniel Kramp of route 6 was a business caller in Marion Tuesday. J. B. Krawinkel of St. Louis was in Marion on business Tuesday. E. Longbons of Urhana transacted business in )Marlon Tuesday. Mrs. R. A, Corder and dauhgter Ethel went to West Frankfot Tues day, where Miss Ethel will enter the hospital for an operation. . E. A. Frye of route t'jree transact ed business in Marlon Tuesday. . G. Stalhout transacted business in Marion Tuesday. George Spitznass of route, five was a business caller in Marion Tuesday. Mr. 'and Mrs. C. B. Leavltt 'loft Tuesday noon for Mattoon, where they will make their future home Mr. Leavltt will be in charge of the new store recently purchased by him . and Harry Lancaster of Du Quoin. .j A. F. Feitsam of rout...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 14 January 1921

. - . .. - . .. .... .. .. .. a tup ccitti urrrvr v I FADER ". V . inc. -.. I rVMiy A V J a n t - .. . .1 , 1 .( - .r.ii-. . I rnn rrniuttn TfllYninr MUST USE FOUR LANGUAGES Advertisers In turkey Necessarily Under a Handicap That Amounts to a Good Deal. In order to advertise In Constantinople It Is necessary to use four languages. The market is hard to cultivate, but newspapers give good results there. The population of Constantinople Is very cosmopolitan, and all the foreigners spenk their own language and read their own newspapers, writes Trade Commissioner Eliot G. Mean. To reach the public In general, advertisements should be published In newspapers of at least four languages. However, the best results are obtained by publication In Turkish newspapers, for, on the one hand, the Turkish population is most numerous, and on the other the Turkish reader Is more susceptible to the claims of advertisements than are Europeans and Armenians. It has been found by experience thnt advertis...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 18 January 1921

SEMIWEEKLY THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY MARIOn7iLLINOIS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1921. ' SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 PER YEAR '.Vol. 46 No. 233. Y. M. C. A, GIVES WAR HERO DIED WATSON HEADS i WANT WILSON TO NORMAN STAUDER KILLED IN MINE MARION WINS FROM DU QUOIN SOCIETY HAS ALL DAY MEETING FROM SLATE FALL' IMPLEMENT MEN GALL CONFERENCE S?s000 M GO i 1 MARION V.. BER Young Miner at Number Three Mine Meett Death in Accident i , - Friday Afternoon. The slate fall' which killed Siras Blackburn at Peabody Three Friday afternoon also killed Norman L. Stauder of Energy. V Stauder was born at Energy on March 29, 1900, and at the time of his death was 20 years, 9 months and 15 days of age. He had lived with his parents all his life. His father is Adam c: Stauder. The brothers and sisters all live at Energy and are Mrs. Katie Brown, Misses Florence and Cloe Stauder and Reuben and William M. Stauder. The deceased was a member of the Catholic church ana funeral services will be held Monda...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 18 January 1921

'AGE TV.'O THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER 1 ' 4 "0 t t v ! THE MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE RCPU t'LICAN-LEADER (INCORPORATED) PuDltsners, 103 Franklin Street. Marlon. Illinois W. O. PAISLfcil, fcmtor. ' " .' OLDHAM PA'SLEY. City Editor. Per Six Months, Per Year, SUBSCRIPTION RATES .75 $1.60 All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will be stopped at expiration of liinw pmuiu umnss renewed. entered at me post office at Marion. Illinois, as second class mall matter. THE BUILDING. OUTLOOK Speaking to its customers the Universal Portland Ce ment Company has published a circular which is of interest to the general public as it deals with the building situation and general business conditions. The circular closes witn the injunction "The Time To Start Construction Work Is Now" and says that while there is plenty of cement available that the "building demand accumulates." The first part of the circular reads as follows: A period of depression is largely a state df mind. We haa one alter tiie ...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 18 January 1921

1 fl TUESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1921, THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER PAGE THREE REV. SPAItJIIOWER GOES TO HERRIN Paster of First Christian Church In Marion to Fill Vacancy Says Herrin News. Reverend S. F. Spainhower, pastor of the First Christian church at Ma rion has accepted a call to Mil the puilplt of th First Christian church at Hrrin according to the Herrin News. The vacancy at : Herrin was created thru, the resignation of Rev erend J. L. Brandt, Jr., who ia to take up evangelistic work. - Reverend Spainhower could not be reached at his home or Btudy on Frii day but members of the church state that while they knew e was' considering a call to Hrrin ty did not know he had accepted the. call nor had he Tesigned from the pastorate of the local church. . -.$ ; : The Spainhowers have ... many friends in Marion who will he sorry to see them leave here. They have built up the church here and J will leave with a deep feeling of regret, with the best wishes of the entire community. DAIRY MEETING CLO...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 18 January 1921

n n n an V M JVJlfiU u . UUd mm During our Business Career of over twenty years we have never had a Sale, but everyone knows that all Merchants are facing conditions today which possibly may never occur again, so beginning If n n and for Two Weeks thereafter, we are going to place on Sole, our Entire Stock D fO ' chilli ET jo) OHO Of n ries urn We have Grouped Our Men's Suits into 0 1 Four Prices aomevtf these Suits sold as High as $80.00 ' ' fttlHWB I This includes our finest "Wooly Boy" Suits at $25.00 M luiri mi in SCOUil From Regular Prices OUR BEST MAKE OVERALLS OUR BEST BLUE Work Shirts MEN'S KHAKI BOYS1 KNEE PANTS O370 From Our Regular Prices Dozen Cuff Gloves ' Leather Palm Our stock consists of the finest and best known brands in America such as KUPPENHEIMER and FASHION PARK CLOTHES, STETSON, KNOX and KINGSBURY HATS, MUNSINGWEAR, MANHATTAN and ARROW SHIRTS and "WOOLY BOY", "WEARPLEDGE" and "RIGHT POSTURE" Boy's Suits so you know that you are buying the "BEST CLOTHES IN , WH...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 21 January 1921

TflfJ'JBB .7 s r,t5 "an SEMIWEEKLY ft i THE HOME PAPEI1 OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY fol 46 No. 234. MARION, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 1921, SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 PER YEAR dA if A MA IL VLii WOL V IP, GILBERT TO iPEAKIIFRESOON cretary of Southern Illinois Development Association Will Give Ad- ' dress for Chamber of Commerce. binary 3 or S was given as a prefnce for the meeting but the conv. silence of the speaker will determ ine ' the exact time. ' The proposed f 4 will be to have this -meeting ng lines similar to those when I Baer of St. Louis.epxAeif,b8r,e,."' A ner will be given and the address to follow. Messrs. P.. W Ballanee, W. Hay and W. G. Metzinger were i ned as a committee, to,, have the i. eting in charge with the assistant of Secretary Gunn, , , ' 'he offer tSf a rewar,d of ,. $25 for ii irmation leading to the arrest and. .'. viction of the burglars who have I n causing so much trouble in Maa was confirmed. One,", arrest .of so boys has already been made ( which th...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 21 January 1921

1 L i ' ' - FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, PAGE TWO THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER I,. i ... THE MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (INCORPORATED) Publishers, leg Franklin Street. Marion. Illinois. W. O. PAISLKH, Kdltor. OLDHAM PA'.SLKY. City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Per Six Months . ...... 75 Per Year, . : $1.50 All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will be stopped at expiration of time paidto unless renewed. wnto.red at the mist office at Marion, Illinois, as second class mall matter. WHO REMEMBERS When eight dollars a month was considered about the right rent to pay for a fair cottage in a small town? If your friends flatter you, that doesn't mean anything because friends are supposed to do that, but if your enemies knock you that means you amount to something "or they wouldn't take the time to do it. Where do all the speakers come from who have great messages to deliver to the community and what becomes of them and their messages? BANK TO FORM DAIRY CALF CLUB Citizens Trust an...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 21 January 1921

FRIDAY; JANUARY 21, 192L THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER PAGE THREE COMMUNITY U. S. PLAN CARRIES Crab Orchard School District Favors New Plant By Majority of . 130 Votes. At the special election held at Crab Orchard on Saturday by the proposition to form a Community High Scjiool District' was carried by a majority of 130. This plan Is one which forms a new high school district embracing all of Crab Orchard township and the cast half of East Marion township. This will give the new district a large section to draw from and make it one of the best, community high schools in this section. ; The present Crab Orchard High Schol is one which has had only the town itself as its district but many from the outsido have attended there. Prof. Lyman E, Davis is the principal and the new district was formed thru his efforts and the vote come as an endorsement of his administration of the school. LADIES' AID SOCIETY HISTORY Interesting History of Growth and , Development of Large Met hodiet Organization. '...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 21 January 1921

AGE FOUR THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER FRIDAY, JANUARY -21, 1921. . V- mm 1 HAS 11' LAID ITCHES A IDE Moline Man Declares Tan lac Has Overcome His Troubles After Suffering For Six Long Years. 'After suffering about all the tortures that come from a bad case of stomach trouble and "rheumatism for six years, I'm now feeling just as fine as I ever did in my life, and to Tanlac alone I owe my good health," was the truly remarkable statement made by H. W. Miller, of 402 8th street, Moline, 111 "I have no more use for my old crutches since Tanlac has set me right, and I eat three big hearty meals every day that rolls around. My stomach used to be. so out of order that for weeks at a time I could only eat a little liquid food, and even this made me miserable. I had a terrible burning in my stomach, and gas pressed around my heart until it palpitated so bad I coulld hardly breathe. My liver was so disordered that I had awful billious spells, and my color was, as yelllow as a pumpkin. Rheumatism se...

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