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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 26 August 1921

s FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 1921 THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER PAGE THREE JmiU LIMBER.MONT IS HELD BY JURY John De Long Wai Shot -aiTd Killed Men are Said to Have Quarreled Previously. A miniog camp near Mine B just nrth of Herrin, known as the Ditto Camp was the scene of Williamson county's most recent killing when Frank Llmbermont shot and killed John De Long on the porch of the former's home late Monday night, The coroner's Jury recommended that Llmbermont be held to await the ac tlon of the grand jury Coroner William McCown went to Herrin Tuesday ; monlng where held the Inquest. From the evidence of Joe Saddler and John Malinar who were In the home of Llmbermont when the shooting occurred it de veloped that the two men had had fight earlier in the day 'About 10 o'clock Monday night De Long came to the home of Llmbermont and one of the witnesses , testified that De Long was drunk at the time Llmber mont accused De Long of following him and .drew a gun and fired one shot into De Long's body. De...

Publication Title: Marion Semi-Weekly Leader
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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 26 August 1921

AMERICA'S SUPER BLIMP EXPLODED ON BisDirigible Falls mto Humber River on s Tuesday. AMERICAN CREW WAS ON BOARD Big Dirigible Broke in Half Following Explosion. fliK-Hnl to REPUBLICAN -LEAVER LONDON, All (j. 24. Reports on the number of urvlvor of dirigible wreck are conflicting. Two, who ' lumned in oaracKutet are known safe. Six survivors are aald to have been reported. Two of the six sur vivors -afe probably fatally injured, One survivor, H. Batesman, states that fram of airship buckled as. it turned. Fifty two men were aboard of the ill fated dirigible. LONDON, Aug .24. The new Amei ican 700 foot dirigible ZR-2, lies in the Humburg river at Hull today, mass of wreckage. While on its trial flight Tuesday, there was an explosion as it passed over Hull and immediately the big blimp was seen to break in half and fall into the river. Details are still lacking. The machine took the air at 7:1( a. m. and the accident occurred aboui 4:45 p. m. It had been planned- tc remain in the air. u...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 30 August 1921

.Xll 1 wJ. Jus J f THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 46 No. 289. MlWON. IIJUWOIS. TUK3DAY, AUGUST 30, 1921 MARION 17011 FROM FRANKFORT Oil WEDNESDAY Local Team Has Taken Out of Last 8 Games ; Played. "j MARION PLAYING BELLEVILLE TEAM Marion ;.. Answers V "Frozen Feet" r Cry of Murphysboro Scribe. Seven , games won out of the last eleht. played is the record of the Marion team with the defeat of West Frankfort at Frankfort on Wednesday afternoon. I. The game at Frankfort ended with, a final score of T to 3, MarioUanding ten hit and West Frankfort six with one error apiece. Hack got a finger " smashed and Depeadahl worked behind the bat in his stead. Bidy pitched for Marion and the Frankfort battery was: Edwards and Woods?, Altbo much' rain had mad the diamond rather Heavy, the game was fairly goodf one aid was exciting at times. This afternoon Marlon, and the Belleville White Rosetearo are .. playing at Cagle's Park for the first of the series the; final game of whi...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 30 August 1921

PAOJS TWO THE SEMi'WSEKLY htJ&ta flAftlON SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER ( Incorporated) Publisher. 103 Franklin Sweet. ,. .. V " Marion. Illinois. W. 0. PAISLET, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY. P"? Editor. DESCRIPTION RATgS; Per Six Months Pr Year ...... . .75 . l.S All lubicrlDtion payable In advance. Paper will be topp4 at expiration of time paid to unlese renewed. Entered at the poit office at Marioa, Illlaolt, jeconn clan mall nutter. THE STATE OF MLND . If vou think vou are beaten, you are. If you think that you dare not, you don't If you like to winbut think that you can't, It's almost a "cinch you won't. If you think you'll lose, you've lost, For out in the world you find, Success begins with a fellow's will It's all in the state of mind. ; . . ' . .: , m Full many a race is lost Ere even a step is run, And many a coward fails Think big, and your deeds will grow. Think s?mall, and you'll fall behind.. Think that you can and you will ' It's all in the state of mi...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 30 August 1921

..THE SmiWZi&LY LEADER. t PAGE THREE tit 4v. a ENT ONE MAM ACROSS PLATE Sec mtin -Time that White Rose Team Lost Here This Week. PITCHER (JOSSAGE SHOWED HIS ABILITY ;., . .. I i, rr . Jones to wannamaker. Relay out DentOIl Made , a Sensational Richrt to Wannamaker. Leek out, 0 Catch in the Fourth "Inning. For tie second time this week the j cMlevilie White Rose team was able in make only one score off the" Marion team but In the game Friday afternoon, the Marion boy? .piled up jour runs for their end of the score. Besides an exceptional catch by Den ton in the fourth inning, the game was straight base ball all the way on ihe jiart of both teams. The , BellevilV men kept up their fast field tt'jik until the final inning of the aine but tncy were unaDie 10 mi. (lowiage was in fine shape for the ,me and the splendid support given 1 . . 1. ...!.... . .... ... AtA tint Rosies a chnnce. - 'he remarkable catch of Denton him a hand from Hie spectators. Belleville - had Just pair...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 30 August 1921

ttjesbay, trotiar?a. im PAGE FOUR imnnr. AAiirft 2 AUTOMOBILES ; 1 III ACCIDENT ANNA FAIR TO START AUG. 30 PRIZES WON AT r FARM PICNIC r... tmiihid Tooett.r an Hard fload Nar Cemetery on' Wad- ' nesday Afternoon. Two automobiles, one driven', by Robert McKinney and the other driven' fcy Louie Newton ot North Court street crashed together on tlie Court street bard road near the cemetery early Wednesday afternoon, slightly injuring the occupant ot both ' ma chines,. Both ears were demaged considerably in the accident which was- unavoidable: ' "' " ' ! The ..machines ran together about :30-r p. m. Robert McKinney was returning' from West Virginia mine with four other young men in an Overland, The. other car, a Ford, was occupied by Mr, and Mrs: Louie Neftton and their two small children who were on their way to Visit Mr. Newton's father. Luke Newton of .Scotfsboro. The Newton car started to fUTn at the road near the cemetery as young McKinney came near. Seeing the approaching machln, N...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 2 September 1921

IMION i-WEEELX.lEADER . vi ;i:"t ' - .. -- !i . i i iTHE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILUAMSO N COUNTY Vol. 46 No, 290. MARION, ILLINOIS. FRIDAY, SEPTEHMBER 2, 1921 SubBcriptloa JL6J Per Year MARION CLOTHING COMPANY ROBBED SATURDAY NIGHT HARDING REFUSES LEWIS REQUEST President Says That a Conference Would Duplicate Work of Sen- ' ate Investigation. Thieves Entered by Breaking a Window in Rear of Store. ; LOOT HAULED AWAY IN AUTO Nearly Five Hundred Dollars. Worth of Silt: Shirts are Missing. The store ot the Marion Clothing Company on West Main street was entered late Saturday night or early Sunday morning and clothing valued at from $800 to $1000 carried out thru a window in the rear of OBJECTORS LOSE IN GARTERVILLE SCHOOL CASE Entire District if to "Renin the Same asl Originally; planned, CASE WAS HEARD U BY BOARD OF THREE NEXT SERIAL WAS WRITTEN BY B, TARKINGTON Special to HEl'VULWAH LEA.DUII . WASHINGTON, Augi" 80. President Warren Q. Harding in a letter today to- President John L....

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 2 September 1921

MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER v THS SEMLWEEKLY LEADER I. I Mil fHIDA?. SEPTEMBER 2, 192f THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publlheri, 103 Franklin Street. .. Marion. Illinois W. 0. PAISLEY, Editor I ' OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Six Months Pr fear ...... .$ .75 . 1.50 All subscriptions payable In advance. PBper will be topped at expiration of time paid to unless renewed. Entered at-' the post -office at Marion, Illinois, jecosd class tuail matter. - ALL THE PEOPLE PAY THE TAXES We often hear talk about one class of people paving the taxes, some talking about "rich men's taxes" and some about "poor men's taxes." The fact is that it is not so much a question of how they planned as how they are assessed and collected. The theory may be correct but unless the laws are carried out in an equitable manner they will miss out in the end. We want a fair distribution of taxes but most of all we want economy so that the cost of maintaining our government in $11 its branc...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 2 September 1921

FRIpAT. SIPTEHMMR 2, 1921 THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER PAGE THREE ROAD CONTRACTS WILL BE LET Bids for Marlon-Carbondal Concrete Slab art Wall Under State Price Limit. The letting of contracts tor the placing of concrete slabs on grading done on que state bond Issue roads for which bids were ' received . . on August 23 will proceed as rapidly as the papers can be prepared as prices were lower than the limit set by Governor Small and in most cases were much below the estimates of tlj n state highway "department. The bids which were of greatest interest to the people of Southern Illinois were those for sections of Route 13 of the State Bond Issue roads. Of these three miles are north of Carbondali.' in Jackson county and nearly leven miles between Marlon and Cai bondale. This will complete the slab between the two cities." The bids are reported to County Highway Superintendent Scherertz were as follows Sec. 1, Williamson , county, 6.18 miles, Keokuk Quarry Construction Co., of Keokuk, Iowa, ...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 2 September 1921

t PAGE FOUR MARION PLAYS At HERRIN ON NEXT MONDAY Marion and Herrin Teams Both . Playing Excellent Ball Now. MAY PLAY HERE SATURDAY AFT. Marion Gave Eldorado Another Defeat Monday Aternoon. The (fate for the prxt big baseball game, the game between Marion and Herrin at Herrin on Labor Day, is near at hand. The results of the re cent aeries between Marion and Eldo rado and the one between Herrin and Harrisburg make it certain that tin Labor Day gariie will be played be tween tw6.of the strongest teams in Southern Illinois, and it is hoped that it can be arranged lor this game ti be the final contest of a three game series between Herrin and Marion. Manager Dependant of the Marion team is attempting to arrange for the Herrin team to come here on Saturday and Sunday for the firut two games of this series which chould add interest to the final game on La or ay and draw a large number from Marion to attend the Labor Day Celebration there. Herrin has Just walked over Harrisburg by winirtn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 6 September 1921

$IARION SEMI-WEEKLY' L THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY ' Vol. 46 No. 29,. v H. S, STUDENTS ENROLLED ALL DAY THURSDAY Good Attendance of Fresh men 1 ndieates Largest Attendance. PfilN. ARNO BRATTEN EXPECT iOO PUPILS Upper v Classmen E.ircli'i ill the AitSiVjou-.-APaa The M. T. H.'S. opened Tuursdu) morning wiih uu unusually large at leadaufcfi... The large iresimiau class ,i.c:i e.iro.lod iu the nio.iiing lb l;io a'oly i be largest one i:i the- his tory of tlie school and will make . very probable that the school will reach the objective set by Principal Arno Bratten, an attendance of 600, The first year students enrolled in the morning and the remaining three classes registered in the afternoon. Included in the curriculum! for the coming year are many new courses which are being taken up with enthusiasm. Among the additional lines of study Is a course in Agriculture which la particularly useful to the rural -students while the newly arranged commercial courses are rec...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 6 September 1921

PAGE TWj V MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUiLICAN LEADER (nporprt.d) wbll.h.r. 103 Franklin Street. Marion, IUtneii. "W. 0. PAISLPY. Editor ,:. QLPHAM PAISLEY. City Editor. - - SUBSCRIPTION RATES: P.r Six Monthi v. P.r Y.ar ............... t .75 . 1.60 All iubacriptioni payablg la adranct. Papr will b topped at expiration ol time paid to unlese renewed. ntered at tiie .post office ,t Marion, IiliaoK, a jecond elan mail matter. DANGEROUS STREETS ON ACCOUNTS OF OBSTRUCTIONS There are a number of dangerous places on the streets of Marion, made so by the extension of the water works, which would lay the city liable for damages should any accident occur at i these places. At the corner of East College and South Madison streets a hole was dug in the pavement in order to faciliate laying the 'water main. This hole has only been partially filled and a pile of dirt remains in the center of the street intersection.For a time a lantern was placed each night to warn drivers, but of late this ...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 6 September 1921

TUBSDAT SEPTEMBER 6, f41 THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER PAGE THREF AUGUST-WAS DULL MONTH OF JULY Busiest Part of Month for Police Was From 2nd to 6th. v FIVE AUTOMOBILE -ACCIDENTS IN MONTH Several Stills were Captured and the) Booze Makers were Fined. In spite of two gambling raids lire booze raids and three murders, the month of August has been un usually quiet, there being nothing like the excitement that there was during July. Included in the record of events of the past month are. .five automobile accidents and four mine accidents, two of which caused the loss of life. Probably the most eventful period of the month was from August 2 to August 6 during which time there was one still captured by the sheriff, one gambling raid made one automobile and one mineaccidem one death from Jightning and one booze raid by the police and sheriff officers. The first auto "accident of the month took place when a Ford belonging to E . N. Stone ran away from its parking place near the post oit'ice on 'Au...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 6 September 1921

PAGE FOUR ELEVEN KILLED BY EXPLOSION IN IIARRISBURG MINE All : of the Bodies Were Recovered Wednesday Afternoon. SIX MINERS WERE RESCUED Explosion crushed "old Vein Walls and Entombed -.'- the Men. . HARRISBURG, Sept. , miners were killed in 1. Eleven the Harco mine ten miles northwest o' this city following the explosion of a dynamite charge which penetrated an old walled room providing means of escape of black damp, which, it is believed, killed the miners. The aci Wedniilent occurred at 2:00 p. m. Wed nesday. A fecial train bearing a United States Mine Bureau car was dispatched to the mine within an hour -after the accident, and was In charge of D. J. Parker, chief of the Division of Mines Rescue Cars anr" Stations C. of the United States Bureau of Mines, who was conducting an ln-( spection trip in this vicinity for H. Foster Bain, director of the United States Bureau of Mines, j Six other men who escaped from the explosion but who are suffering - from the effects of the black da...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 9 September 1921

Jl - SempWee Maimm IjLY THE HOWE PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSO v COUNTY Vol. 46 No. 291. MARION, ILLINOIS. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBERS, 1921 - subscription Per Yr mm XiilfflSmBWWM WILLIAMSON AND JACKSON CO. LABORING MEN UNITED: PARADE HELD IN MORNING (By Special Representative) " The Jackaon-WIlliamsoii County Labor Day Celebration will be held at Carbondale in 1922 as decided at the big celebration held at Herrln on Labor Day - when the Carbondale Delegation came on a special train bringing their band to ask (or the 1,922 celebration. , The labor meeting at Herrin was . one of the largest demonstrations ever made in Southern Illinois. .The big parade In the morning withV hundreds of union men and nearly fifty beautiful floats was the big feature of the day. The speakers for the occasion were all present and hundreds waited thru the rain to hear John L. ternational President Ef. M. W. of A. who arrived late in the afternoon to address the assemblage. The celebration was held tn the new Herrl...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 9 September 1921

PAGK TWO THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1921 MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers, 103 Franklin Street. . Marion. Illinois. W. O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. " PERRY COUNTY UNDER CLOUD SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Six Months -" Per Year. All subscriptions payable iu advance. . Paper will be topped at explraliouof time paid lo unless renewed. Entered at the post office at Marion, Illinois, as jecond class mail matter. EVERYBODY HAS IT. y As a matter of fact, imagination which is nothing more than the power of making mental pictures, is a common possession of humanity. It is no more an exclusive faculty of the fiction writer than his sight or his hearing. The farmer, dropping seed corn into the furrowed ground on a wet May morning, pictures the long lines of pennant-waving, kernel-fruited stalks yellowing under September's sun. The mason, patiently laying brick on brick, sees in his m'inds eve the completed wall before he l...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 9 September 1921

FRIDAY) SEPTEMBER , 1821 THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER PAGE THREE WEBSTER DAVIS HEADS SINGING CONVENTION Over Three Thousand At tended program at Fair Grounds. MT. MORIAH CHOIR TOOK THE BANNER Plan Next Year to Arrange Date to Suit the Vaughn Quartet. ; The Williamson County singing convention 'elected Webster Davis, former Mayor ot Pittsburg, as president. The convention, which was held Sunday at the Fair grounds In Marlon was one ot the most successful and. largest ever held. It was estimated by the retiring president, 'J. W. McKlnney, that there were 3,000 people in attendance. The Mt. Moriah choir won the: banner for the best choir. There were five choirs and eight quartettes entered. The judges were Webster Davis of Pittsburg, Charles Cox of Marion R. F. D. and A. Richardson of West Frankfort., The Convention will be held at the fair grounds again next year In either June or July and the date will be fixed ao that the famous Vaughn Quartette of Lawrenceburg, Tenn., can attend. . . ' "...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 9 September 1921

PAGE FOUR MARION AMD HERRIN TIED Playod Ten Inning Came .Without a ' Score cue Marion Won Sunday 3 to B. ' Some baseball game. That was the expression which was heard everywhere in Herrin Monday afternoon after six o'clock. Just - think, the baseball management had advertised two games for the Labor Pay celebration, and tffen they couldn't even finish one. For Marion vnd Herrin battled to a stand still until darkness intervened, for ten jin'ings, with never a score for either ide. The largest crowd ever present , in the Herrin grounds was present for the game, and 1711 persons paid admission to the ground and also paid for seats in the grand stand or parking previleges. The spectators worn boosters of the highest type and were well divided . in sympathy for Marion sent hundreds of supporters of Dependahl's men to the game. The Herrin, Marion and Cartervllle bands were in different sections of the grounds and enlivened things with, catchy music. 1 It Jooked" like Herrln's game almost...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 13 September 1921

Y LEADER ! THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 46-rNo. 296. MARION, ILLINOIS. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1921 Subsorlptlo Lie Per Tear FAIR HAS NEVER FAILED TO PAY Trained Giraffes COUNTY AUTO CLUB FORMED BUSINESS SLUMPS EVERY PLACE IN M. T. H. S. FOOTBALL TEAM REPORTS FOR PRACTICE May Come Next & MAKE AWARDS ON THURSDAY U.SmEXCEP 1 , n& ". rasa Joab Goodall Comments Upon Some Past History . of -Our Fair. BEST STOCK JUDGE IN STATE COMING Goodall Has Dreams - for the Future of Local Fair Association. - The Williamson County Fair As sociation, which opens its gates for the 65th time next Tuesday, has no more enthusiastic supporter and liarHpi umrlror than .fnnh fnnrlnll Mr. Goodall has been president of he fair association and lias always uken an active tiart in the affairs of be association. In commenting unon the fact that neighboring fair- called off ' its races, Mr. Goodall said ' that the Williamson county Fair had never failed to hold its fair...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 13 September 1921

PAGE TWJ5 THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13. 1921 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 " '!!! Per Year . . . , , ... 150 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, jecond class mail matter. The Cow and the Child. An Illinois farrier had a cow that was worth perhaps $60 or $70. The cow became infected with tuberculosis, was found to , be so by a state veterinarian, and so came to be worth nothing.. The farmer, who is said to have been very wealthy,, stood to loose what was perhaps the two or three hundred thousandth part of his wealth. i'. gJSIil A child had a lifetime before it, a life time of usefulness and achievement, per-H haps, a life that might be the source oi . benefit and comfort and happiness ...

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