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

THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER PAGE TIIllEE. PLAN SI 0,000 SCHOOL BUILDING FOR PAULTON TION MOURNS AT GALBRAITH BIER BARBER OFFERS JO BlflLO GRAVE! n ROAD Fl FRIDAY, JULY 1, I92r R. B. Mitchell of Sanford Coal Company Donates Site for School . FOUR ROOM BUILDING TO REPLACE 1 ROOM Only One of i Many Improvements Being ' Made at New Mining TownTuesday Hernoon the officials'" ol tosgrove anfl Company offered a silo for the uew School building at Paulton and the board of directors oi school diatrict 61, accepted the offer. The now school rmrtding is to be coirsl ructed at once and will be a lour room building and will - coat about $10,000. : . The officers of. the schooi disthlct are Thoedore O'Neil, Frank Thurston and George Sturm and the offer was made to 'them by It. B. Mitchell general superintendent of Cosgrove and Company. This will replace a one .room building, which, will later be sold by the district. ' The new location is convenient for Hie largest number of pupils and tie fact that t...

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

PAGE FOUR WILLIAMSON CO. HOME BUREAU ! DOES BIG WORK Third Year of organization completed and Plans Made for Future. GOVERNMENT GIVES AID Miss Hoover " has - Endorsement From all Parts of County. ti,. Williamson County Heme Bur reau is now three year old and at the annual meeting held on Saturday June 25, officers were elected and tlans made for the coming year. A mhor-Qiiin camnaigu Is tnree ye;tr ' to be started soon. The purpose ol .he organisation, tho Home Bureau is to raise the standards of living m rmmtv. by taUuts-.dig 11.6 women in finding a solution toi js.fi. ,.n nrnhiprii that arises in luc niiii' ii. i" hon e making. To interest the children in caring for the younger children in the homes and to qualify them to do' the task .1,0. ncossarilv in large fa-milief-The Home Bureau employed a com petent nurse to give lectures and dem onstrations in care of children in int 6th, 7th and 8th grades in the schoolt of Johnston City, Herrin and Clifford. The course was made a part o...

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

THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Subscription .h Per Y Vol. 46-No.,281. MARION, ILLINOIS. TUESDAY, May 5, 1921 DEMPSEY TOOK BIG FIGHT IN FOURTH BOUND Carpentier Slipped and Fell Thru Ropes- in the First RoundWAS DEMPSEYS FIGHT THRUOUT THE MATCH Frenchman Hardly Had a Chance at Anv Stage of the Fight. jvliNumj'i.'i, .jLuy i.r-KiiiyiH.! ii ii' fight in the fourth romvl wht n i lands vicious upper cut on Cirpon pentier's jaw ami, the . Frenchman took the count. JERSEY CITY, RINGSIDE, July 2. It was announced early this morn-, ing that the fight would take place rain or shine- and the hig ampitheatre is filling and will overflow long before the time" (or the fight- to Btrat. s. ". The principals will appear, in the ring promptly at one o'clock, but Tex Rlekard, tho nromoLrr promises to bring the fans here a few minutes earlier if the preliminaries are digposed of before that time. ' The weather is warm and humid and noon is partly cloudy. Betting Is two and a half to one o...

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

.'A HE TWO THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER TUESDAY, MAY 5, 1912 L.3I0N SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER ,-iE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers. (3 Franklin Slreet. ' Marion, Illinois. W. O. PAISLEY, Editor i OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. i SUBSCRIPTION RATES: tit Six Months $ W ,t Tear '. I'50 1 All subscriptions payalile in advance. Paper will be opped at expiration of time paid to unless renewed. - Entered at the. post office at Marion, cond class mail matter. Illinois, as Advice is Cheap. When an Ohio business mail failed the ther day he ascribed his misfortune, to aving listened to the advice of a friend. : e might have 4,axed his mental resources o the utmost without finding a poorer ex- : use' Blaming the ether fellow is the ; '.heapest and most reprehensible way, of ying to square one' conscience. Ages and ages ago a Greek philosopher ; aid that a wise man will neither ask nor : ,ive advice. That ancient sage knew ?hat he was talking about. In the first : 'lace, nobody who asks for advice ...

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

dsSDAT; May 5J921 THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER PAGE THREE m HAVE HOT 01 PUSHED OFF THE EARTH YET mobile Racing May be bular but Horse Races Please Here. MAN FINED FOR AST HORSE RIDING tors are Replacing a y Horses, but they ave one Stronghold. al more horses have arrived o big races at the fair grounds Iith. This brings to mind the iat altho the horse seems to be pushed off the : earth, there ill at least three paths of lite ich he retains his usefulness, urse auto racing has pushed se aside to a certain extent iere Is not the same th, ,r ng a fire spilting piece of nia- y guided by a : famuos dare if the speed way whiz around ok in a bank of dust that is when one is leaning over 1, seeing his favorite trotter lie best in-the field by a half 7 auto racing invaded our ounty fair, and the entire f one day was turned over asoline horses. Some even 1 after years but it has not I Jo. Horse racing still claims fin in this vicinity and the world nterest shown in the wonder- M of the racer "Mun '...

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

THE. SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER PAGE FOUR MANY APPLY FOR TRAINING CAMP Application Blank Given Here and Should be Wailed Direct to Fort Sheridan at Once. ' Bankers and miners, factory own ers and factory workers, college and high school students, and working boys, will all train shoulder to should er together at the Citizens' Military Training Camp, which opens July 21 " at Camp Grant, Illinois. 'Among the applications' which have been received so far for this camp over 60 different professions and trades are represented. The teeepted " candi dates are being carefully picked so that the camp will be thoroly representative of American manhood. During the late war probably no single influence was more beneficial than that which came about when young men -from all walks of life were thrown into a close personal contact, If. is felt by those in charge of the Citizens' Military Training Camps that to carry this sanfe idea into the voluntary training, which is now entered by the government in the...

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

n R MARION :HK HOWE PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Voy. 40 No. 282. SubscriejUoa H-M Per Year MARION, ILLINOIS. FRIDAY, JULY 8, 1921 MARION LOST TO JOHNSTON CITY AND HARRISBURG Sunday Game with Johnston City Ended with a Squabble in Ninth. FINE EXHIBITION IN SALINE COUNTY Marion Played Better Ball . on Fourth of July Than on Sunday. The Marion baseball team took the wrong end of two more gamesl osing to Johnston City 5 to. 3 at Johnston on Sunday and To' Harrisburg by a! score of 9 to 6 at White City Mon-j . day. Monday's game was '"scheduled with Johnston City, but during the he left the pump house at 9 p. in., game Sunday the two teams got into 'and that it was empty whence went a disagreement -which led to the can-'to work Tuesday morning. celling of Monday's as well as all There was not enough left to prime other games with the oJhuston City . the pumps but Mr.. Rix soon sucball club. Harrisburg had the same ' ceeded in getting them started and - trouble with Eldorado Sun...

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

PAGES TwxJ THE -MMI-WEEKLY. LEADER HARIOH WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers. 103 Franklin Street. Marion, Illinois. - . W. 0. PAISLEY, Editor nr m M TDAIGTTTV CUv FrtMtnr. l-JX---f SUBSCRIPTION RATES; Per Six Months Per Year :.. $ .75 ... 1.50 All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will lie stopped at expiration ot time paid to unless renewed. .Entered at-the poat office at Marion, Illinois, as jecond class mail matter. - The Man Behind the Gun. There has been too much - shooting in Marion just as in every other city," large and small according to reports. The result is that the coroner and the state s attorney's and Sheriff's offices have been too busy caring for the victims and prosecuting the causes of crimes starting from gun toting. . . .. ' , - This is a bad situation. In the first place it shows that far too many of our citizens are armed as they walk the streets, and that they will use those arms when provocation is lacking. - Just why more p...

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

PAGE TffltEE THE SEMLWEEKLY LEADER MRS. 0. MIIGHEL .. DIED DM MONDAY Wife of Marlon Ball . Player Died After 8everal Weeks lllnees . Funeral ' Tuesday. ' Mrs. Grace May Mitchell, wife of Oscar Mitchell, pf thhe Coal ' Belt oflco, died at her liome on West Johnston street at 8:25 o'clock Monday morning, aged 2G years, 7 month and 4 days. MrB.Mitchell was born Nov.- 13, 1895 at Cambria and was the daughter of Mr. aud'Mrs. Will Boles. Shu atended the public schools and ou Febrlary 23 1918 was united in marriage frith Oscar Mitchell at Marion. The young couple have made their home in Marlon and the death of Mrs. Mitchell leaves a host of friends . to comfort the bereaved husband. . The deceased' was a member of the Free Baptist church. She was also a member of the Pocahontas and Rebekah lodges. Besides her husband, she leaves oae brother, Charles Boles of Marion, and one sister, Mrs. Arthur Huff stutter,, also of Marion, to mourn her death; ' The funeral was held at the First Baptist ch...

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

.THE $MI-WE!CLV LEADER PAGE FOUR MARION PLAYING AT FRANKFORT Two Game Series Open with Game . Today at West Frankfort Against All Sars. The Marion Base Ball team went to West Frankfort Wednesday to play the' first of a two frame series with Iho West Frankfort Al' Stars The second V-mie is to hv played ; Thursday at West FrankJvt. Har risburg will be here for twr games on Saturday and Sunday of this week The All Stars Is reputed to be a ' fast team but as yet. the Marion boys have not had the opportunity to make them prove it. Tho two teams have' met only once this sea son and that game was broken up '. In the fifth inning With Frankfort in the lead. On the All-Stars pitching staff is Edwards, a tall youngsterwho proved his worth to Marlon fans when he twirled for Marion in one game against Mur-physboro. With the adition of Lefty Swartz to the bunch of pitchers, Marion is already prepared for tho week's battling. Harrisburg is still feeling good over the beating they gave , Marion Mo...

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

THE HOME PApER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSO N COUNTY Vol. 46 No. 283. 8ubsrttton $U0 Per Yeai MARION, ILLINOIS. MONDAY, JlY 11, 1U21 GERMAN GHUHCH WAS FOUNDED MARION IN 1388 GERMAN EVANGELICAL CHURCH Church . Building ana Par-! sonage Erected by Rev.: E. Schwizer. i REVEREND BUDY IS ! PRESENT PASTOR Notes About Servics in Oth-j er Marion Church on on Sunday. I- I. This is the second of a nor Pi nt articles about the M;uion clmrchrs prepared by a staff represcn;aiivo of the REPUBLICAN. The pastors of the city are requested to furnish th s oifice with accounts of iheir churches at once and they wui publish in the order of their receipt. The next article in the sorios will appear next Saturday. , , . The German Evangelical Zion congregation, a member of the German Evangelical Synod of North America, was founded in 1888. The church and parsonage of this congregation are located on West l nerry sweet, wnere years ago Rev. E. Schweizer, Zion's first pas tor, purchased from Charles Denison a fe...

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

PAG ft TWO THE SEMI-WEEKLY IeADER M h f?!AM XVMl - WJfTIflV ! Pil!FD'.Tml amfsoon once more - would be mnuisa cumumruHUM. ,the music of pr0ress the whir of THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers. le gnmdle. tilC thrOD 01 tHe iOCOmOUve, 163 Franklin Street. , -. ' : ; Marion, Illinois. 0f the furnace." Pessimism would be buried beneath the abounding snirit of optimism. Credit would be re , i . W. O. PAISI.KY'. Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, Ciiy Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Six Months Per Year i i . 1. .. ... 1. rtJ 4- V. m nnllfq n 7s ivrcvrr in me merciiam -ami us iuuuov uo!turer. The banker would no longer fear mi iZ2J;ni7.me rSiviihW l.r nilv.-inee. Pancr will be H n rln husiilPSS stopped lit expiration of lime paid to unless renewed. rpi cnivir. "of Tiatriotism for business is ;i-n imnvirfntit rn the nation's wel- ViLLlllV iilA vv . Entered 'at the' post office second class-' mail mat tor. til Marion, Illinois, as Come, There, and I Will Advertise Thee - , . ' , Numbers, XXI...

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

MONDAY, 'JXJLTMl.Tiygf !:X THE SZMI-WEEKLY LEADED ' PAGE THREE E10HSEDSi NOWlWrCONGRESS Local; -Post - Held. Good Meeting , Thursday evea ingat Library. : PUBLIC INVITED TO : HELP SERVICE MEN Bonus is Small Percentage of What Defeat Wbuld Have Cost. ' Williamson post 147, met' 'at the Marion Carnegie library on Thursday and despite the hot weather ' there wag a good attendance' with consider able Interest. "- ''""' '' ' '"''v The local post "unanimously " en dorsed the .bills now before congress , sponsored by the' National :' Legion legislative committee. They especial ly endorsed the adjusted comp.ensa tion bill, which is a measure of ad mitted justice and which is being opposed by big interests. ' The local legion post would appreciate' having anyone and everyone lit ' Williamson county who tavors tnese sc-idler and sailor bills to write to ' ' Congressman E. E.'Denison Senator Medlll McCormicfc Senator W. B. McKmley -- Congressman Richard Yates urging' them to vote for the follo...

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

m6noa. July, 11, m PAGE FOtm L. P. YANOELL DIED AT: HOME. ON THURSDAY Well Knokn Marion Contractor , Answered , his Death Summons. HAS BEEN IN ILL HEALTH FOR WEEKS After having lost two straight games, the Marion Base Ball tpam "tame back" Wednesday at West Frankfurt and gave the All Stars rood thrashing So the time of 12 to 5. Schwartz, new face on the' Marion outfit, was on" the mound Kf.fnst Westerfleld of Frankfort. He allowed seven -hits but the Ma- io-i br.;s were hitting hard and coniccted with Westerfleld for 14 clean 'llts including three home runs. In the field the All Stars were out- ;las?ed with four errors against hem while Marion played errorless tall. Frankfort started the game in rather an ambitious fashion by col- in ill health for several weeks and 'lectin three scores in the nm two in' . eririrr,! enmlitinn far a "rent innings and holding the lead Until nianv davs - fi"h whp" wi,h ,w0 score3 aI m. i-.,,in -.. v,. i tii;i n n a lv tallied. Marion added four mi. inu...

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

m 41 mi (S3' .M M ' I SHI- x, . y ' -.' ' ' ; ' ' THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLI ARISO N COUNTY V Vol. 46 No. 284.. MARION, IUJNQl FRIDAY, JUIST 15, 1821" . ui Per Yeai J. M. AIXP.1AN PASSES AWAY . ON SUNDAY Not Yet 30 Years Old, Ranks Next to Mellon " In Treasury Department Life Leng Resident of Wil liamson County Duties at Age of 64. FUNERAL HELD k ON MONDAY Was Formerly Prominent Business Circles but Re tired several years ago. James Monroe Aikman, all of bis life a' resident of Marion or its im mediate vicinity and whose father donated the ground on which the Washington school building stands and who owned part ot-fcie ground which wis platted for the town of Marion, died at his home on South Market street, at 7:30 Sunday morihg, July 10 Deceased was barn one mile northwest of Marion on June 13, 1857, and at the time of his death was 44. years and 26 days old He was the youngest of the three children of James and Martha C Aik. man, the others being Ellen Aikman Holland and L...

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

MARION SEFII-WEEKLY" LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publisher!. 103 Franklin Street. ( Marion, Illinois. W. O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Six Months ,75 Par 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 sveond class mail natter. at Marion, Illinois, as Please Drive Reasonably ' What is reasonable driving? There are a great many motorists who drive most unreasonably, carelessly and selfishly, hurtling thru city, village or open country with- no regard whatever for any other persons or vehicles save their own and not even for themselves, "as many a bad accident proves. . . There are also a great many motorists and perhaps they may even be in the majority who do drive reasonably, fol lowing traffic regulations, Drink Milk. Prof. E. N. McCollum of John Hopkins University says that if Americans would each drink a quart pf milk a day, a...

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

PAGE THREE FRIDAY, JCLY 15, 19ift THE SEMI-WElEKLY LEADER EDISON SHOP TO , HAVE OPENING Oil THURSDAY Thursday to be Gala ,Day at G-W-B Music Co. Store.. ' FREE CONCERT IN EVENING Public is Invited to Hear Special Music FeaturesThursday will be the date for the special opening of the G-W-B Music Company's Edison Shop at their Ma rion store on the .'public square. The company has established stores at Herrin and Johnston City and is building up a splendid business thruout the county. They have added pianos to their line of Edison phonograph and their aMrion store is one of the most beautiful in the state. The formal opening will be held from 9 a. m. to "5 p. m. and in the evening at 8 o'clock a fine concert will be given. This is one which will be free and the company Invites all of their friends to attend. On this program are numbers on the Edison and also numbers on this instrument with reproductions with the voice and violin' by popular loc-1 musicians. These special numbers will b...

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

FRICXY, JULY IS, l2l MISSIONARY SOCIETY MADE 1 GOOD REPORT Meeting was Held at' the Home of Mrs. 0. S. Cole Thursday Afternoon. MONEY WAS GIVEN FOR SPECIAL WORK Literature Dept. Made good Report of Work They Have Done. ENTERTAINED FRIENDS WITH MUSIC AND CREAM The home of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Dempsey, $07 East Oe Young street, was the scene of a merry gathering Saturday night, when many young people onjoyed the hospitality of the MONTE CARLO IN CUBA? Possibility That Werld-Famous Qrtm- bllng establishment May Bs Located en the Island, "The greatest gambling etnttr' la the world will be located In the west ern hemisphere if plant for "palaces' home. The - eveaing was spent in I In Cnba develop is given tffft," said music and Ice cream was served in I two courses. Music was furnished by Robert Pedigo and Max Bearden, on the piano, Ray Horn saxaphone, Plez Bearden violin and Everett Roberts drum. Those present were Mr. and Walter P. Harris of Hamm. ; "Cuba Is already beset with the gambl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 19 July 1921

-.4 MM 7 THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY SubsoripUoal;. Vol. 46 No. 285. MARION, ILLINOIS TUESDAY, .J&LY 19, 1921 GAR GOES INTO DITCH AND THEN CAUGHT FIRE Miss Mildred Swan Suffer ing From Minor Injuries in Accident. CAR WAS TOTAL LOSS TO OWNER Another Accident on South Market Street But Cars . . Drove Away. Miss Mildred Swan, Marion high school student and (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. ' Swan - of 401 We Main street is suffering from mino. injuries sustained when an autoino bile driven by Harold Zimmerman oi Carbondule ran into a ditch and latei burned on the EaBt Main road Wednesday night. ' ; ' The young couple were riding eas of Marion and were driving on tht road just beyond the extremities o. the hard road when the car hit a culvert in the dirt road and bounded into the ditch. Miss Swan was caugh when the ,car overturned and received cuts about the face and one foot mashed tho not seriouslj. Other motorists stopped to help right the car and in the ...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 19 July 1921

i I .1 " i' i I Ttta SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER tocsdat. svtt i. ma HARM SEPH-WEEKLT LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-Lt-ADEft (Incorporated) Publishers. 106 Franklin Street. Marion, Illinois. W. O. PAISLfeY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Edit. , SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Six Months ...,...$ .75 Per Year 1.50 All subscriptions payable in advisee. Paper will be stopped at expiration of time paid to unless renewed. . Entered at the post office at Marlon, , second class mail matter. . Illinois, as "As a Man Thinketh. "Because the Bible says a life shail be three score years and teij, people expect to die when they reach that age," declared Dr. A. H. Warner of New York before a meeting of the Allied Medical Associations of America. Doctor Warner pointed out that it is simply a matter of psychology and good living. "Given a sound constitution and a clean record, there is no reason why a man or woman should not reach 150 years," he said. But why stop at 150? Why not extend tne time to bvu or i,uuu years mere is...

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