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

V) ft" - Jlj. jl. 3. T$a ; - v. ULiX. :"7 THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 46 No. 253. MARION, ILLINOIS. FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1921. Subscription $1.60 Per Year ELKS RECEPTION WAS BIG SUCCESS WEDNESDAY NIGHT FIRST COUNTY AUTO SHOW TO mm SGHOOLS: CLOSING American Legion to Have BODIES OF SEVEN DOWELL MINERS WERE RECOVERED Big Spring Carnival IX PLAYERS F AT MANY PLACES THRUOUT COUNTY E HELD SCO ITS 1921 -TEA Sol's United Shows to Again Bring Their Attractions - Here for a Week's Stand. ' . SIGNED Team and Coach Were Guests "at the Big . Banquet. SPLENDID PROGRAM DURING EVENING ' Citizens Turned Out Honor Champions I of State. to The state, championship basketball team of the Marion Township High school and their invited friends were guests of the Marion Elks club on Wednesday evening at! a banquet served in the basement of the build ing. A real supper, prepared and served in Cline Cunningham's , own style was thorolj; enjoyed by every one of the 60 guests. The menu was ...

Publication Title: Marion Semi-Weekly Leader
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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 1 April 1921

.iaiwiA . ( THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER FRIDAY, APRIL l, 1921. I ; - - 1 I ' i , i i f 1 . iV, it 9 1 T : . MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers. 103 Franklin Street. "Marion, Illinois W. O. PAISLEY, Editor - OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Six Months , $ .75 Per Year , . .-' 1.60 All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will be stopped at expiration of time paid to unless renewed. One who is 'financially "broke" can 'come back," but one who is mentally broke is a total loss and no insurance. EARLY WRENS. While repeated reports have reached us of the arrival of the House Wren from the south to brine: delight to our garden and populate the various bird nouses we hnvi n about tiie premises, we nave been a bit skeptical. , Jennv Wrens seldom reach these parts until the middle of April, out since me season has mishecl along so mucn in au- aoffXVJLiV'nuuTer1. ra' at Mari0"' """t' nB malice of itself, it is possible that the Wrens . ...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 1 April 1921

I FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1921. THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER PAGE THREE 1 Z1 7 Jlv.,- ' , ' ,1 I Mrs. J. I. Reed of Goreville, waa shopping In Marlon - Wednesday morning. "" Mrs. Frank Lasley spent Wednesday at the Country Club, the guest ot Mr. and Mrs. Will Hoyle. Bert Scobey left Wednesday for a business trip to Cincinnati, O. William Carton was a" business visitor In Mt. Vernon Wednesday. I. L. Morgan of Metropolis was here on business Wednesday. Willie Walker transacted business in West Frankfort Wednesday. W. S. Charles made a business trip to West Frankfort Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. John S. Strike return ed on Tuesday from Florida where they have spent several months. J. R. Barlow of Corinth was i busmesB visitor in Marion Tuesday. Hezzie Davis ot Pittsburg was look ing after business In Marion Tuesday. ' Charles Durfee of Goleonda, was a Marion business visitor Tuesday. Jake Pfeffer is in St; Louis where he was called on account ot the death o fhis brother-in-law, Sam Silverstein George Cn...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 1 April 1921

THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADS PAGE FOUR FltlSAT, J, JU. rrr. ... ......',' 1 1 . f JOHNSTON CITY t The now press does tho work and the. papers are better. They'll give out the news, that's news, and every body should and no doubt will, ap preciate the great efforts being put forth by the RKPTJBUCAN-I.EADEK management to furnish the best to he had in the newspaper field. No home in the county should he without a good newspaper, and with the high quality service provided at the REPUBLICAN-LEADER office in our own county seat it would be in line with consistency to subscribe for one of these papers at oiue. Several cases of small-pox yet in the city but is now well .under control and further spread is Quite unlikely. The school children are all being vaccinated and it is hoped that the diseuse will soon be over. . Air; and Mrs. Albert Wagoner were in Marion on Wednesday between trains. Dr. Felts of Marion, mnde a professional call here on Wednesday. Fieri Median went to Marion last Tuesday. j ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 5 April 1921

jsf.4 A 1 Iff 1 EADER U .1 ft-U u 1VJL 11-. ttf.-l , JLVJIXJU 1 (PR THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 48 No. 254. MARION, ILLINOIS. TUESDAY, APRIL -5, 1921.' Subscription 1.50 Per Yea PAST MASTERS CONFER DEGREE HEADS TEACHER'S M. W. TO HAVE . COUNTY MEETING NEXT WEDNESDAY MORE GOAL IN ILLINOIS THAN Sisters Reunited After Sixty Years WOMAN'S CLUB ASSOCIATION HELD ANNUAL ELECTION FRIDAY FOR MASONS ANY OF STATES Nearly One Hundred Vici tors are Present to ; Witness Work. SUPPER SERVED , IN BANQUET HALL Afternoon and Night Ses sion Was Held Friday By Fellowship Lodge. 1 k ftj ... PRIN. ARNO BRATTEN BRATTEN HEADS TEACHERS 'ASSN. Principal of- Marion Township High School is Honored by Southern y Illinois Pedagogs. What was said to have been the largest crowd ever present . to wit ness the conferring of degree work, was in attendance at a special meet ing of Fellowship, Lodge, No. -89, A P. and VA. M. Friday night. Probably three hundred wearers of the square ,- and compa...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 5 April 1921

PAGE TWO MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers. ' 103 Franklin Street. Marlon, Illinois. W. 0. FAISUEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Six Months PT Tear . .75 . 1.60 All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will b topped at expiration of time paid to unless renewed. Entered at the post office at Marion, second class mail matter. Illinois, as Some call it spring fever, but downright honest people admit it s laziness. Government taxes patience as well as everything else. Let's hope the profiteers will profit by their tears. Mr. Bryan and his brother Charlie say "Hip voters must rule the party." What is this a resignation or a hope? That drunken man who started to bea up the entire orchestra in a New York pic- mvfi rr in iiiiial iiavc uccii a, v bMl v v- w classical music. There are doubts as to whether a na tion that frankly asks to be forgiven its debts is equally willing to torgive its aeoc ors. The first, thing ab...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 5 April 1921

THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER PAGE THREE Supetrteor David Campbell of Cam- bria wag Is Marioa on Saturday,. Roaenaol west Frankfort were shop Mr; and Mrs, Frank fool will leave ' pins in Marlon Saturday, Saturday for a for days business trip to Chicago. - ' Henry Campus of St Louis . was transacting business in Marion Thursday. ' . A. B. McLaren and Mark Woodley left Friday evening for Chicago on business. MrB. R, T. Hopkins went to Qorei vilte Saturday to visit for a week at the home of Mr and Mrs.' T. J. Escue. m Miss Nellie Trovlllion returned to her home in Goreville Saturday after ' attending the teachers' meeting in Carbondale. , ' Mrs. Ernest Smith and baby went to Goreville Saturday to " visit her parents, Mrs. Alex Lairson over the week end. ' Miss Mary Ward returned to her home in Hudgens Saturday after being la Carbondale for a few days at tending the teachers' meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kilgore of St. Louis, who have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Klmmel for . several " days ...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 5 April 1921

THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER .fC3DARY, A&i 8, J 921, , PAGE FOUR VIE 0 WORK OF STATEUMIVERSITY Scientific'Rcsearch Adds Millions . in Wealth to People of Illinois. NEW METHODS DISCOVERED Great as Is the University as a Teaching Organization, It Is as Great, or Greater .as an Agency of Research. Discoveries which, if they could be measured directly in dollars and cents, would be so important to the agricultural and Industrial Interests of America tliut they would far outweigh the total investment which the stale of Illinois lias made in the Iniveisity of Illinois since its bejriimin'K, have been made and arc -bolng made by the agricultural and eiitfiiioeriiii: experiment stations of that Institution. 1. The establishment of the "Illinois System ot Suil Fertility wnetvoy wurnout soils are restmcil and new Soils are kepi from deteriorating. i. Soils of stiveiuy-lliree counties of Illinois have lieen eolk-cteJ snj on-aJvzt-d In the "Soil Survey Work as a 'result ot which Illinois ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 8 April 1921

ff V 6... a A s?sv ''4 THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY L Vol. 46 No. 255. MARION," ILLINOIS. FRIDAY, PRIL- 8, 1021. Subscription $1.50 Per Year REPUBLICAN AND HARD RO ARE VIGTORIOU Democrats, Without Candidates, Voted Straight Tickets LITTLE INTEREST WAS MANIFESTED Energy was Practically Unanimous Against Bond Issue. . . The township elections held tluuout the county on Tuesday were sweeping victories for the Republicans and lor the hard road bond is sues. . In West Marion $57,500 was voted I .1 I.. T.- I -hM , louu pui puses uu m ilusi iu.iJhn the same amount was voted. The only community, in either township that, was seemingly opposed to 1 lit road issue was , Energy where"- tho veto was 50 to 1 against Iho -bonds. Energy does not derive any special lenefit from the proposed roads. There was only, one ticket in the field in West Marion township,, but several Democrats, true to their party, voted a straight Democratic ticket by potting an "X". in the 'circle by the w...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 8 April 1921

1 FRttJAX APRIL 8, 1921. THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER PACiKTWO Kf It PI AN Crr:I VI Will V ! FnFI?'Iearn that advertising was as necessary to riftuiun Jbi-a-ubtjaiji iiiirtyiiU! it as the THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers, 103 Franklin Street. Marion, Illinois. W. 0. PAISLEY, Eilitor OLDHAM PAISLEY, 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 paiiLto unless renewed. Entered ut the pout office second class mail matter. at Marion, Illinois, as Railroad . freight rates will have to come down or shipments by truck will go up. . Movies are said to be Americanizing the world. Does that mean that its battles are to be fought with custard pies? Recent events in congress prove that the farmers are about as skilled as anybody else in operating the steam roller. A worthless fresh-air system in the public schools of New York cost $860,000, but that's nothing to what hot air has cost...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 8 April 1921

FRIDAY, APRtL 8, 1921. THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER..!. HI1UUI.U..I MILL ILUmOOI UlWHIUll. Hh APR 9Qi C mTFQ . Mrs. India Moake went to Hudgens Tuesday to visit her brother, George "Hill and family, going from there to Grange Hall to visit for a short time at the home . of Mrs, . Charles Hueston before' returning home. Mrs. Vernie wicks ana non Asa went to Gorevllle Tuesday ' to visit for a week at the home of Mrs. Wicks' parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Sullivan. Mrs. Teenie C&riey returned to her home in Goreville Tuesday after visiting relatives in Jlerrin for a week. Mrs. E. H. Cavltt went to Goreville Tuesday to visit her mother, Mrs. T. J. Wfihli for several rlflva. Dr. and Mrs. Curtis Brown spent Tuesday in Creal Springs the guests of relatives. John Norris of Goreville, " was transacting business in Marion Tuesday, Charles Leigh transacted business In Anna Tuesday. - Mrs. Chris Peacock of West Frank fort, came., to " Marion Tuesday to visit her sister, Mrs. Joice Thomas " a...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 8 April 1921

. FRIDAY, (APRIL 8, 1921. HIE SEMI-WLLK.LY LEADER The Finest Aggregation o Shows to Ever Visit Marion. FIVE RIDES ADD TO THE PLEASURE Legion is Pleased With The Sols United Shows. Reports from Metropolis toll of the success of the opening of Sols United Shows, which are enning to Marion next, week .under the auspices of Williamson Tost 117. The American Le gion. Arrangements have been made with I.ir. Holland foi ihe use of his lots in tiie northwest part of the city and" the uruiiaut lighted niidwaj will have a regular "Madi Grai" effect " . Tiie combined shows and ides are (he best and largest that have evei been in Marion. Among the altrac lions 'Uiis year will be five rides, including the Venetian swing, which laterally throws Its riders into the air. This is one of the biggest features of any carnival and is the first time, one has ever b-oen brot to Ma rion. HELD U TING i Executive Committee Cared for Bus!Ine i ness Matters at Monthly Meeting on Saturday. I The April meetini, o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 12 April 1921

ADER amm THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND VYIlllAMSO N COUNTY Vol. 46 No. 2G6. MARION, ILLINOIS; TUESDAY, APRIL 13, 1J21 Subscription $1.50 Per Tear CHILD DIES FROM EATING MEDICINE DOT BY MOTHER AMERICAN LEGION WILL DECORATE FOREIGN GRAVES BUILDING BOOM STILL CONTINUES AT PITTSBURG DR. CUKMIIISINVITED BACK TO TENNESSEE INTEREST GROWS IN LEGIONS QUEEN CONTEST THE EGYPTIAN HUSTLERS TO TAKE FARMERS BELFORD LEADS M.T.H.S.TEAM FOR NEXT YEAR Second Death of " Kind in Williamson County in Past Month. JEANETTE LAMBERT BURIED SUNDAY Coroner's Jury Said That Death was Due to Pois oning sell. Jeanette Lambert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Lambert died at 3:46 p. ru. Saturday afternoon from eating some pills that bad been piea' scribed as medicine for her mother. According to the testimony before '.. the Jury selected ty Coroner . Mc 4 Cown, the child secured the madl- ' clne frf p a kitchen table while the mother was on the back porch. The Jury composed of R. Deaton, E. Eyanng, Richard Tucker,...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 12 April 1921

s - i t7 j'MSK Vo Tin gim-mtKvt leader MARIOS SEfii the republican-Leader . (inoorporated) Publisher. 103 Franklin Street. Ms -Ion, Illinois W. O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, Oily Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Six Mouth : $'.75 Per Year ... 1.50 AH subscriptions payable in. advance. Paper will be stopped at expiration of time paid to unless renewed. Entered at tlie -post office at second class mail matter. Marion, Illinois, as A Question by a Dakota Editor How Long Since? How long since you have gone to church and how much do you care about the church? Your mother used to see that you attended regularly. You don't even go once a year now, and that is possibly to attend the funeral of a friend, where you can hide your, face in a handkerchief and bawl PUBLICATION OF REPORTS Under the Illinois State Law every treas urer is reouired to publish a detailed report without having to damage your knees by oMhe receipts and disbursements of their getting down lor worship, iou can stay WI...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 12 April 1921

V A 1 THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER ELECTIONS WERE HELD SATURDAY A. Gasaway- Elected President School Board at Herrin on Saturday. of Saturday was township high school election . day thruout the county. In Marlon there was no contest for places on the board and Dr. A. M, Edwards was re-elected aa president with Mark Wood ley and Sam Stearns as members of the board. At Herrin a spirited contest was on for president of the board and A. Gasaway 'defeated James Bailie by fifty Votes. For members ot the board W. J. Sneed and H. O. Fowler were elcted without opposition.' MARION CHAPTER PLANS BIG DAY Royal Arch Will Have Special Meet ing Wednesday. Grand Lodge . Officers to Attend. . N Marion Chapter No. 100 Royal Arch Masons will make Wednesday, April 13 their banner day. On this date nine candidates will be exalted. Work will begin at 1 p. m, Mr4' and Mrs. O. W. Hill of routa four were shopping In Marlon Saturday. - -. . - Miss Ina Russel, who has been visiting relatives in Marion for a week, r...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 12 April 1921

wfzavrwv- wsff'-fW PAGE FOUR EGYPT SUFFERED HEAVIEST DAMAGE Apricot. Killed In Northern Division But Other Crops Were Not Nllnjured. Spnodil to REPUBLICAN-LEADER SPRIXGFIELDfl April 7 The folInnrlnv aimmtnia rf wauiluiv anil ftrnTi conditions for the State ot Illinois wag issued here today by the U. S. Department of Agriculture: There was no appreciable precipi tin during the week, and conditions were favorable for plowing and seeding operations. The recent freeze damaged wheat, oats, clover, alfalfa: and pastures. In the southern counties, wheat was permanently damag ed where it had reached the Jointing stage. The oats were frozen back. Some farmers think the plants will grow out from the roots; others are replanting. Reports collected from all parts of Illinois Indicate that the damage to fruit increased from north to south because of the greater advance of the Beason. In the northern division apricots were killed and there was some damage in places to other fruits, but the fruit ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 15 April 1921

THE HOME PAPER OF MARIOTi AKD WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 48 Ko. 257. MARION, ILLINOIS. FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1921 v.; Subscription $1.60 Per Tear WORK STARTED BODIES OF TWO HEROES BROT FROM FRANCE FASHION SHOW OF HOME MADE MARION CITY SCHOOL ELECTION ON SATURDAY HIGH SCHOOL TRACK MEET ON DECLARES FOR WORLD PEACE DY RESOLUTION Otl NEW 0RPIIEU,'.1 DECORATIONS FOR AUTO SHOW " ' ' yWarehouselWll be Transformed into a Handsome Show Place. ' BUILDING DRESSES AT II. S. MAY Reid, Yemm & Hayes Be- . gin Excavations for Fine Theatre. WILL BE MODERN, IN EVERY DETAIL New Playhouse will care for Road Show as Well, as Movies. ;. The construction work on tbe new Orpheum Theatre building will be pushed rapidly, the excavation work baring teen started on Wednesday afternoon. The plans for the new playhouse show that It will be a nioarn structure In every detail and that It will be a structure of which Ma rlon will be proud. The Orpheum has a frontage of. 65 feet and will have an arcade entrance ...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 15 April 1921

"i A K 10 .TWO' THE SMkWe"1lY LEADER MARIOS SEMI-WEEKLY LEADERlX BURIED ciation of which he was the first secretary THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers. I anflJlOr WillCu up expended SO IaUCXl 01 JUS- io3 FiHiikiin siveet. wurion. minoia. enertrv be earned lorward as ms memorial, W. O. PAISLRY, ICiUtor OLDHAM PAISLEY, SUBSCRIPTION City Editor. RATES: Per Six Monl lis' Per Year ...$ .75 ,.. 1.50 AH subscriptions payable in ndvuuce, Paper will be sioi'poa ul expirulion of time paid to unlets renewed. EMored fit. the pout ofi'icu seonnd class mail mutter. at Marion, lllinoiD, as Back to the Old Home Town. Once upon a time there lived a typical American Day m a typical American vil lage, lie attended the typical American school, studied, the lessons that ev ery WHO AM IT? I am more powerful than the combined armies of the world. I am more deadly than bullets, and I have wrecked more home than the might iest siege guns. I steal in the United States alone over $300,000,000 eac...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 15 April 1921

I f HE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADCl PAGE THREE I mm ObXbam fihfle Letgb transacted business la CartefvUl and Carbondale Wed- . Miss Lulu A'i reu ned Monduy evening from spending a few days near Button with Miss Beulab Hampton. J. E. Mark of Gorevllle routs one was ft business visitor here Wednesday morning. Charles Leigh went to Johnston City on business Thursday. Louie Maronie of Johnston City was a Marion visitor on Thursday. Charles Hudgens of route five was a business visitor In Marion Wednesday. ; - T. N. McGInnls of Johnston, City came down to Marion on . business Wednesday. ; Mr. J. E. Height of Johnston City was visiting in Marion Wednesday. Mrs. Charles Newton of Johnston City was a business visitor in Marlon Wednesday. - . ... Mrs. Stella Newton of oJhnston City was a business visitor in Marion Wednesday. so C&MrrUft - Jsuuos nw otimte five, wis a and, .eSfled' en business visitor here Wadaesdar- Mrs. A. J. Klnuaal wnt to Hudgens Wednesday for a visit - with Mrs, Strah C...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 15 April 1921

r- Hi 1A0K FOUR TH3 f-MI.MyEr.5CLY LEACJI if..- plf TPMlM PI urniture and Rug arer er Cent Cheaper than They Were We are Giving this Special Reduction Sale to Get You Acquainted 1 with the new Low Prices CJNow is the time to bay that piece of Furniture or Rug you have put off on account of the high prices. (fOur stock is complete with the latest and lowest prices, also the special CUT PRICE during this sale. "flWe are now buying our mattresses in the -i south, where cotton is cheaper than wool is in the north, fou will be surprised how cheap they are. its has doubled our business Room Size, $4.25 and up to the best You will Save from $3.00 to $25.00 on each Rug A V N T AND UP They are 25 per cent cheaper than they were. , i . . j i - B ed Room Furniture Suits from $125. up -1-3 Cheaper than they were onoi a fine selection, and cut prices on everything - also Congoleum Rue Gome in and! Be Convinced! West Main St. W 9 We&Main St H- .4

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