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

fWE&A. Jtma-K 1921 ', - THE" SEMI-WE2KLY- LEADER PAGE THREE MISS PAULiNE, JACKSON r BECOMES A JUNE BRIDE The wedding of Miss Pauline Jackson and Mr, Charles B. Cochran ' was solemnized at the home ot the bride's parents at 4 o'clock on Thursday afternoon in the presence of nearly a hundred relatives , and friends of the young couple. The bride Is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl B. Jackson and Is both beautiful and accomplished. She - is a fine musician and is popular with all who know her. ,The groom Is the secretary and treasurer ot the Cochran Lumber Company and one of Marion's .active young business men. He is the only son of Mrs. Hawley Cochran of South Market street. , The wedding ceremony was performed by Rev. J. W. Cummins, pastor of the M. E. church, the couple standing before a bank of ferns and flowers. The wedding march was played by Mrs. Charles Schwerdt. and before the bridal party inarched thru the ribbon lined aisle, Mrs. John Bradshaw sang, "0, Pro...

Publication Title: Marion Semi-Weekly Leader
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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 14 June 1921

1 V PAGE FOUR tiEXT HUSTLER CONVENTION TO MEET IN ALTON Plea of West Frankfort is Turned Down by Rathe-. -' er Close Vote. ' OFFICERS ELECTED FOR COMING YEAR Marion Complimented For Their Entertainment and their Hospitality. At the business meeting of tbe Egyptian Hustlers herd at the Elk; Home Saturday morning it was oacided to hold the 20th annual convention at Alton in il922 and the of ficers elected were as follows: President Albert Katzenstein St. Louis. , -j Vice President H. F. Eicher, ( Lebanon. Secretary A. E. Elliott, of Alton. Mr. Porrine of Belleville placed Mr. Katzenstein In nomination with very eloquent appeal and this appeal assisted in Mr. Katzenstein's elec tion. W, P. O'Rielley was another candidate. All of the other offices were elected by acclamation. Ibe claims of West Frankfort were ably presented by Dr. F. Greenbaum, but a, desire to alternate teritory gave Alton an advantage and when the votes were counted Alton had 67 and West Frankfort had 41 votes. Before...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 17 June 1921

S MARION JlilJUL : V V JiiMM THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 46 No. 275. MARION, ILLINOIS. FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1921 Subscription. $1.50 Per Year CHAUTAUQUA TICKET SALE PROGRESSING Schildkret's orchestra pack ed Roland Theatre Sev- . eral Years Ago. SEASON TICKETS VERY REASONABLE Sold in advance of Opening for $2.00 and. Admit to A11 Programs. The ticket sale ? for the Marlon Chautauqua is now on and is proceeding satisfactorily. The local committee asks the support of the people of Marion in the selling of the required numher of season tickets. These tickets sell for $2.00 if purchased in advance and admits to all programs. Many Marion people remember with great pleasure the visit of the Sain Schildkret or.nestra here several years ago when the Roland theatre was packed to capacity to hear them. They are to be hero for a special musical program on Sunday. The Dixie Jubilee Singers under th leadership of W. C. Buckbee has the distinction of filling more return dates ...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 17 June 1921

li - - I PAGE TWJ3 TTnW: THE SEMLWEEKLY LEADER RIDAT, JUNTC IT, 1921 MARION SEMI WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers. 103 Franklin Street. Marion, Illinois, W. O. PAISLEY, Edittfr OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Six Months -75 Per Year 1-50 All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will be topped at expiration of. time paid to unless renewed. Entered at the post office at Marion, Illinois, second class mail matter. Harding and Office Seekers. Demcratic papers are throwing coniption fits because President Harding is being beseiged by "office seekers." Well that is to be expected, but we can not see why the Democratic office holders have any cause to complain. All of this clamor about the president being worn out by office seekers is to throw up a smoke screen so that the public will be aroused on this false issue, and raise a row so some of the vast army of "deserving Democrats" will hold the offices to which the Republicans are entitl...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 17 June 1921

tRICAT. JVlfh 17, 19. THE SaWI-WEEKLV LEADER PAGE THREE t 1922 REUNION GOMES TO MARION Captain William Hendriekson Brot Back Next Year's Meeting by an Unanimous Vote. At a meeting of the officers of the Southern Illinois Soldiers ana Sailors Reunion Association held at the Merchant's Hotel in Du Quoin in 1922. It was voted at the same meet ing to' hold the reunion this year in Salem. ' r , . Captain William Hendriekson of Marion, Senior Vice Comamnder of the .Association was present at the meeting and invited the officers to hold the reunion in Marion this year. However, Salem has already prepared a splendid program tor the entertain ment of the veterans and had en gaged speakers for the occasion, so out of consideration for these tx tended preparations, Salem was given the next reunion. The will of the convention really favored Marion, but it was finally decided to come here for the 38th annual meeting in 1922 Instead. . .; . ' The reunion at Salem opens August 8 and continues for ...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 17 June 1921

FRIDAY,' JPNB IT,? 1921 PAGE FOUR L MARION WON AN LOST IN THEIR WEEK END G Johnston Gity Takes their Third Victory From Ma- ' rion by 2-0. BELLEVILLE LOST B YSCORE OF 3-2 Approaching Rain Sent three Marion Men Across Plate in Fifth Inning, Again the fight.ng learn from ii,n,nn ritv defeated tlie Marion boys. The score Sunday was 2-0 ir, their favor. This is their third vie torv over Marion, one at Johnston City and two on Marion soil. Tin game Sunday was a string of zerot till the seventh inning when with two men on base, Jones made a ni stop of Martin's grounder and then threw high to home losing the game by letting two runners cross tin plate. Jones gave Marion their best chance to score in the second innim ' when he hit into center field toi three bases but was caHght in a pickle between third and home. Again in the ninth a good chanei was lost. Rolley and Jones both sin gled but Jones was caught off tht bag when O'Connell popped out to Martin and Braun tlied out to" Tate. Saturd...

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

.A- f a r'Cww. at.A "wCir". -if"5 MAE101M : S 4-' -4 '-f t -THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 46No. 276. MARION, ILLINOIS. TUESDAY, JUNE 21, 1921 GOAL OPERATORS DENY REPORTS OF FIRE DAMAGES Great Quantity of Coal is Stored in Williamson . and Franklin. NO FIRES IN ANY OF STORAGE COAL Small Fire Reported, in Storage '. Coal near New Pershing Mine Recently "BILLY" MASON DIED IN CHICAGO Congressman at Large fr6m Illinois Die from Heart Disease at ' Hia Home'Thursday. According to press statements ap pearing In the St. Louis newspapers and sent out from St. Louis, the coal stored In- Williamson and Franklin counties is now burning up and there will be at least 400,000 tons shortage. Coal operators in both Williamson and Franklin counties denied the . statement today to a representative of the REPUBLICAN-LEADER. The Cosgrove Company whieh hii3 mines at Pittsburg, Paulton and Johnston City have never beard of the fires, which T. J. Wallace, Missouri Coal Commissioner rep...

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

PAGE TWg m- nun.wEEKlY LEASEE MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publisher. 103 Franklin Street. ' Marion, Illinois. W. O. PAISLEY,' Editor - ! OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: , Per Six Month ., ......1.75 Per Year .. All subscriptions pt-able In advance. Paper will be topped at expiration of time paid to unless renewed. Entered at the post otfice at Marion, Illinois, a second class mail matter. .atha "Sen. William Jenning Bryan" of Florida A few weeks ago William Jennings Bryan announced that Miami, Florida, and not Lincoln, Neb-, henceforth would be his home. This only lends color to the gossip recently reported in Washington that the Democratic endurance candidate would try to succeed Senator Trammell in 1922. Bryan never could have been elect' ed from Nebraska but stands a good chance of being nominated in Florida and nomination means election. In fact Bryan in the senate would lend dignity to the representation from the south which i...

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

ypttiPAY, JTJNg M, 1921 MURPI1YSB0R0 wins SECOND MARION GAME Marion Leads Visitors Hits But ',. Gets'" No: Runs. in FINE FIELDING , TELLS THE STORY Third Game of Series at Murphysboro on Sun- ' day. The Murphysboro Cubs copped the ' second of the four game series be- ' tween Marlon and Murphysboro at ,'. Cagle's Park Friday afternoon by shutting the Marion boys out 610. Marion out hit Murphysboro 5 to 6 but the Cubs showed some fielding that was superior to that put up by Marlon and Murphy won the day with one earned run out of 6. ' Edwards, the big tall youngster from West Frankfort pitched a good game, for Marion and Hutton, yesterday with Marion, now with Murpbys- ; boro did the same for hi? fellows. The game was won for Murphy when the first inning started off with two im'ied errors and a coupe of hits which netted them three runs. They scored "twice In the Tourth but were held down with only two hits for .the remainder of the contest. Braum and Jones paced two of Marion's hits ...

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

PAGE FOUR TITS SEMI-WEEKLY t LEADER . $210 BROTHER KILL IN INDIANA James A. Cannon Returns from Terre Haute, Where He. Attended t Funeral o( Brother, ,., James A. Cannon returned from Terre Haute, Iud., on ' Wednesday night, where he attended the funeral of his brother, Schuyler C. Cannon, on Tuesday. Deceased was 47 years of age and leaves no family bis wife and daughter having died several years" ago.' He is survived by three brothers, James A, Cannon of MaHon, Illinois ' and Alonzo and Grant Ponnnn nf Petersburg. Ind. He was employed on the Southern Indiana Railroad and was well known and popular citizen of Terre Haute.' .. The following account of his doatli and funeral is taken from the Terre Haute Tribune of June 14 ' I "The funeral of Schuyler C. Can non, southeastern railroad employe, murdered last Saturday night, which was held Tuesday morning from, the Masonic temple, was attended by a large concourse of lodge men,' rail road employes and other friends bl tae decedent. The...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 24 June 1921

I, us THE HOME PAPER OF, MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY 'J J' . V. J. - A i" Vol. 46 &i. 277. MARION. ILLINOIS. FRIDAY JUNE 24 1821 .. .Subfici-iptlon 1.5? Per Yeaj CLtIB RE-ORGANIZED MONDAY NIGHT Old Management Unable to Give Necessary -Time to v. the Work. LEE HUDGENS IS - NEW PRESIDENT " Y 1 TT.11- 1 1 m ' . 1 - jonn noiiana ana unanes Boomhow Are Other New t Officials. " . Fifty determined boosters of base ball met In the city hall Monday night in accordance wth the call of the resigning president and secretary and the fans, unanimously elected Lee Hudgens as President- of the Marion Base Ball Association. Other officers were also elected and some change made in the organization of he association, President Glass and Secretary E. T. Hudgens offered their resignation pn the grounds that they did npf have the time .necessay to handle baseball as it should be handled. Mr. Glass declared that he Was not Quitting baseball because, of the few defeats which the team has met w...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 24 June 1921

7HZ C2M1.WEEKLY LEADER FRIDAY JWSt i nmW SEffl-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 $ Per Year 1.00 All subscriptions payable in advance, paper will be stopped at expiration uf time paid to unless renewed. Entered at the post office ' at Marion, Illinois, second class mail matter. And China is Protected. Last December the league of nations recommended that the nations limit their expenditures for armaments in the next two years to similar appropriations for the past year. China has notified the league that it is her intention to follow that recom mendation. What mE-kes the incident re markable is that China, not a member of the league, is the only nation to- take such action. Not one of the powers that form the league and direct its affairs has been seen fit to adopt for it? elf the recommendations that they made 'while acting jointl...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 24 June 1921

THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER PAGE THREE MARION TEAM IN GOREVILLE GAME Local Player Win in Gam on Sun. day With Score of 26 to 9. ' A baseball team consisting of Ma rlon youth visited Ooreville Sunday and met the Goreville team in a bat tie which ended with a final tally of 28 to . 9 with Goreville holding the little end. The Marlon boys leclared that the Goreville team was made up of real men all six feet or over. However, they located . their pitcher, Dean Atherton said to have formerly ployed in the Kitty League, for 35 clean bits. Ferrell and Jones each got a home run for Marlon and Odum, McCluskie and Ferrell each made three baggers. Goreville made 11 .hits off Ferrell. The boys are trying to get a game with Vienna for a later date. Those who went to Goreville for Marion Sunday were Mitchell, second base; . MaUrer, third base; Paquette, center field; Ferrell, pitcher; . McCluskie, first base; Jones, right field; Cul- treth, catcher; Dunahue, short stop; and ,Odum, left field. . o MATR...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 24 June 1921

Y t ; i t; h PAGE FOUR -RULES OF . BOARD At a meeting held on Monday, June 20 1921 the Board of Review of Assessments oi Williamson County, Illinote, adopted Uio following rules and regulations to govern them in the transactions of their business. - The session of the said Board of Review shall be . held at the County Clerk's office in the City of Marion from 9:00 o'clock a. m. to 4:00 o'clock r. m. of each day except Sunday, with an intermission of one hour at noon. Order of Business. 1 Beading and approving of record of previous day's meeting. 2. Presentation of petitions and complaints. 3. Heading of petitions. 4. Considering petitions to increase the assessment of individuals or corporations-. 5. Hearing of owners or their agents. , 6. Equalization of the assessments to townships. Rules for Complaints. Second. Any individual of corporation that desires to complain to said Board of Review because his or her propertv has been assessed too high shall file with said Board of Bey lew...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 28 June 1921

JH2 HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSQ COUNTY : (I Vol. 46 No. 278 5 MARION, ILLINOIS. TUESDAY, JUNE 28, 1921 Subscription l-5v Per Yeai r "AUNT$DE? HANDSOME COUNTY AND CITY BUILDINGS NNUAL OUT OF DOOR SEBVIG& WARDERiTREET giveIreIipe FOrTLONG LIF BAPTIST CHURCH BEING WRECKED - u: A i '-is! ! f ' FOR CHRISTIANS si S J 1 t Healthy great-great Grand mother JTells . Reporter ' How to Live Long. HAS NOT MISSED A SINGLE FAIR Enjoys Long Walks Despite her 103 Years of AgeWears no Glasses. "Work hard, work right, eat meat and bread and drink coffee, don't fear rain nor sun and treat every body alike." That is the time recipe for a long life, Aune "Dude" Goodall, who ia probably the oldest person in Illinois, declared Wednesday when she celebrated her 103rd birthday at her home surrounded by a host' of relatives. Aunt "Dude" is as old as the state of Illinois, baa five genera tion of descendents, has never miss ed a fair, does her own house work, works in the garden, is healthie...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 28 June 1921

PAGE TWO THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER TUB3QAY, JtJNS M. 1921 THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers. 103 Franklin Street. Marion, Illinois. W. O. PAISLEY, Ediior OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Six Months -75 Per Year 1-60 AH subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will be stopped at expiration of time paid to unless renewed. MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER tZ?Z ;e an invalid, flat on your back, unable to move hand cr foot or turn your head, would you give up? - All these happened to Jesse Tyler Dingee, of Brooklyn, N. Y., says the Belleville Democrat. - Despite his handicaps, Dingee carries on a business of a size seldom attained by gt eat men in good health. From his couch, with a telephone strap ped to his head, he dictates letters and keeps office forces on the jump in the three business concerns in which he is interested Success? After five years of invalidism, he has iust boueht a $50,000 house. "That's because I still have my head," said Dlne-ee. "I have ful...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 28 June 1921

THE SrjMl-WEEKLY LEADER PAGE THREg INTERESTING VIEWS TXKpN IN CITY OF MARION FORMER M GORA BAIAR VERE IN BBS BUREAU TUESDAY, JUNE 28, 1921 LADIES MISS MARY GOODALL BRIDE OF C. R. McFARLAND The announcement is Just made public of the wedding ot Miss Mary Adella Goodall and Clarence Robert McFarland " which took plice at Wycliffe, Ky., on ' Sunday, June 6. Jhe ceremony was performed by the Kev. Georg- J. McNew, pastor, ot, the Missionary Baptist church of that city at his residence. The young couple returned to Marion after the wedding and kept the fact a secret except from the members of the 1 family until today. They expect td go to housekeeping about Sept. 1. The liii Is a popular and accomplished your.',? lady end for the past two years has been a teacher in the Marlon, city schools, and also taught for one year in the Herrln city school. She served for a-year as the librarian of the Marion Carnegie library. Mrs. McFarland graduated from the Marion Townshfp High School and afterwa...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 28 June 1921

PAGE FOUR THEY CIRCLED , AND CIRCLED j THE DIAMOND Traveling men won Championship Ball Game from the , Merchants. N 25 PLAYERS USED BY THE TWO TEAMS Much Fun and Neat Sum for Ball Association was the Real Results. a. 'th result of the greatest and closest contest that ever took place on a baseball diamond in soum Illinois, the Traveling Men's undefea! nin tnnk the championship, title f,om the Marion Merchants by the remarkable small odds of 18 to iu. un, tonitK. were in the best of condition when the game started . ...a -tin ffniner strong in the UI1U ... o - innine. but Signs of weaken 111 WPI'A evident all around when the teams changed places in the third inning. Not an error was charged -rainat either team. It took exactly 13 players for the Salesmen and 12 for the Merchants and rour umpue to complete the game. Th feature of the ' game was a home run by Pitcher Harrison, for the Merchants. First base was made on a sprint, second on a run, he was Jogging on the way to third and dr...

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

.01 hWll- WEEKLY JUEABER THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 46 No. 280. MARION. ILLINOIS. FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1921 Subscription 1.5P Per Year HOME BUREAU GIVES STUNT PROGRAM TWO OF OUR FINE EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS PYTIIIANS HELD MEMORIAL ON SUNDAY EVENING PLANNING SECOND ANNUAL SINGING CONVENTION HERE IpiffiPi I Annual Meeting was Held at Marion Carnegie Library Saturday. MRS. CORA BAIAR IS NEW PRESIDENT Large Attendance of Members from all Parts of County. " . That the Williamson County Hppie Bureau is popular among the women of this county was evidenced by the large attendance at the annual meeting which waa held at the Marion Carnegie Library on Saturday, Jun,e 25. It waa an all day meeting, the board holding its meeting in the nil ming wnicn was ioiiowe a oy it lasket dinner on the lawn of tht library. ' The meeting ot the members of the bureau waa called to order by the president, Mrs. P. putehor, at 130 at which time the new constitution was read and revised and ...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 1 July 1921

PAGE TWO - THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER, tTRIDAT, JUL 1, 1921 MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers. 103 'Franklin Street. . '", Marlon, Illinois. ' W. O. PAISLE1T, Editor s , OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. ; SUBSCRIPTION RATES: , . Per Six Months $ Per Year 1.50 All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will be stopped at expiration of time paid to unless renewed. Entered at the post office at second class 'mail matter. Marion, Illinois, as thev will prove themselves friendly, pay flic it rloKfa and crn nhnnr. their business in! """" V ,r:"'.":. ZHZ A ? The citizens of Mar a sensime mauwu, cuieu m us xul ''.,.. ...w...- ,. to see j. outside cures which take no account oi , M nm,f!lther he basic trouble. Isn't there something -- l .... U 4l Kv,n Knmnm nnlH anu well nuuwu JOn.. well emulate? - Sunstroke in Alaska. Do you picture the Far North as a perpetual land of snow, and ice? If so, you've been hoaxed, according to Vilhjalmur btefanson, Arctic explor...

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