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

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1821 FORMER IK MAN IS MARRIED Lieut. Godfrey Adajmson, " Son Former Presbyterian Pastor) Wede at Kohomo, Ind. In a recent letter from Mrs. Geo. D. Adamson, she stated that lie had Juat accepted a cull to the pulpit of the Presbyterian church at Shreve, omo, -wnere ur. Auamson has a fine church edifice and congregation Mrs. Adamson also enclosed the following clipping concerning their son, who made many friends here while his parents were in Marion: Lieut. Godfrey Douglas Adamson was married at high noon, Airgr 27, to Miss Ruby Myrtle Dickson at the home of the bride's parents in Kohomo, Ind. Rev. G.' D. Adamson of Shreve, father of the groom, performed the ceremony. The bride was given in marriage by her father. The beautiful ring ceremony was used. Lieut. Russell Eastman of Mt. Vernon, was groomsman and he, like the groom, was dressed in full uniform. Miss Margaret Armstrong, a recent graduate of Wooster college, was bridesmaid. After a ,wedding dinner served...

Publication Title: Marion Semi-Weekly Leader
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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 13 September 1921

t ,, PETIT JURORS r ARE SELECTED Nw Venire It Ordered to Report In Marlon on Monday Morning, September 1th The following list or petit jurors have been selectd to rport in Martonat the court house : on ; Monday September 19th: "M ' ' - 3. H. North, Carterville, R. Willie Reed, Marion", route " 8. ' Ezra Carter, Marlon,' rout' 3. ' P. M.-Farris, Crab Orchard. ' ' Joha R. Rector, Creal Springs'. Fate Price, Thompsonvllle, : R.-1." Clark Stewart, Thompsonvllle, - R Ed Lollar, Carrier Mills, route. William Thettord, Hurst. . T. C. Sills, Cambria. C. F. Davidson, Marlon, R. S. William Burton, Herrin. Elmer Baxter, Herrin. J. R.'Cox. Herrin. Frank Stallion, Herrin. William - Bowyer, Johnston City. George Thomas, Johnston City. ' Add Davis, Marion, route, O. B. Peebles, Marion, route. Will White, Marion route 1. Earl Simmons, Creal Springs, R. , Stephen Holmes, Creal Springs', R W. M. Hblmes, Creal Springs, R. Levi Simmons, Creal Springs,' R. - J. D. Simmons, ' Marion R. 5. ,' ' John Belch...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 16 September 1921

f 4- - SEi 1 5 & -T?7J -. A;: TOr-rTKr:;: . j I A . - mm mm aiM -- H rt. iZ THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AtJD.WH-UAO N COUNTY Vol. 46 No. 296. MARION; lUJNOia. FiUDAY,vSEPTEMBER'.l( 1921 HORSES EHIMD I RACES MAY GQ OVER 200; BEST SPEED EVENTS IN HISTORY Many Improvements Made in the Grounds this Year New Buildings are Open For the First Time Fine Exhibits The Williajmson County sion on Tuesday, Sept. 13, with the biggest Jine," of entries in the history of the institution. There were 100 entries of harness horses and 40 of running horses up to Monday and of these 25 of the runners and 60 of the trotters and pacers were on the grounds ing. v .. 'rne Williamson, County Fair Absociation is a public Institution and not for private gain. It was organized in 1866. John Goodall was jres - kient, John H. White, secretary and 0. H. Wiley, treasurer, The first fair grounds consisted of ten acres west of and near the village limits on West Main street, now in the city limits. Since the...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 16 September 1921

PA G .TWO PRION pl-WEEKLY'J.EADER 1 "Mfc sj. j 1 X :AJER (Insorperatid) Publisher. per sa rvzattw ( O. PAISLEY. Ed-'or PAISLEY, City Epr, SUBSCRIPTION RATTS ..1.75 . I. ii I , i , n i T All subscriptions payable in advance,1. JPapsr will b Entered at th coat offico t Mirlnh Illinois u lecond class mall matti ; ,..., X' Price-Fixed Exchage. Kates, of exchange in business transactions between people of different countries are determined by economic conditions. Any attempt -to regulate rates of exchange by governmental action would be a species ui pnce-nxing me nxing or tne price of a pound sterling, for example. Experience has shown that price fixing by government is noi practicaDie ana results m injustice and injurious reaction. . The Harding administration, believing in less government in business, will not try to price-iix rates of exchange. ' " " If ypu wdul'd admji frankly that you don't. uerstand. theVsituatioii and then ask duesilbna until von did inatnaA nf iWj in? to firive t...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 16 September 1921

FRIDAY, , SEPTEMBER 16, 1921 THE SEMl-tVEEKLY LEADER PAGE 1THREB UUUU HI ? uijLmutnciii III THE COUNTY AUTOMOBILE CLUB Vice President ' for Herrin, Johnston, Carterville and Creal. STARTS OUT WITH 200 MEMBERSHIP 'All of the Cities in the : County 'Have a Director. At the organization meeting of the Williamson County Automobile association, ,W. O. Potter 1 was elected president, H. E. Barber secretary and A.' B. McLaren treasurer. Vice presidents were elected as follows: A. D. Morgan for Herrin; S. S. Vick for Johnston City; C. R. F.uther for Cartervllle and J. W. Burnett for Creal Springs. . The directors elected were as iol lows: - ( ' Herrin, W. J. Sneed. Johnston City, L. D. Hobbs. Carterville, G. H. North. Creal Springs, Clyde Keltner. ' Pittsburg, Chas. G. Thran. Cambria, Ben McLovell. ' . Hurst-Bush, Dr. Burkhart. Hudgens, Zack Hudgens. '., Spillertown, Ed Rex. Crab Orchard, Lynn Davis. Chftmness, J. M. Gillespie. f, Marlon Arthur B. Alsbrook, Robert W, Alsbrook, Arthur B. Aik...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 16 September 1921

"1 FRIDAY, SEPTIMBER 16, mi LuunusuiiuuLS LEAflSJri EGYPT ; mi 1111 VI'"IIIII V U . n . i v y . CORRESPONDENTS NOTiCE f (Swing tq a shortage of help, 4 ' ga sad eleotrtcit last Week w W at' vwr ' great V ..advantage and mucfi ,f . ovr ..-f coanay correspondence w't omj'ttea,- but will - . prlntod t within the next few. day?.. We V f .regret, having to hold this over and, bops it Trill ;not occur ' ' again, . r x- '"' j ., .,' S, SISLOCK - blED-SUNDAY Kbollmcuvt tot An High Sohost and f . QrM School ara Heavier Thin Elsewhere. " "Then tha shining school boj, - t With "bs satchel and shlninr motn- . ing faca. . 4.. , :' Craapins, .Uka anaij, unwillingly:- sooL'VShakasraare. , . ' ' - 7 Increase in population has no bet ter index than the. enrollment record! of the public' schools. In. this' regard Marion stands at tha head;, uf. all Egyptian cities. .Both grade and high 1 1 " "weiafa ii i i i , iii i , ,,, ivfc f. tunai"la"Carriar.liu"canietery.! The . . loans man who did the ahootinc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 20 September 1921

irt- q Miss sfe laMP Vl :--, THE HOME PAPER "OF 'lilARIOW-AND WILLIAM 5 d IMlfnfctt ... - . .4 Id j Stt& UltiAH llii nulim.; TniSTUY flttPTI(!MRir:A,.'i'H, k. .JU1... uiv nii.:.q Vol. 48 No. 192, in VI. I"' . I.llvj l--ffr',Y.-l,I.: IV ,1 .41 'I. f I I V J il (I 1 1 X 1. f "X. K. I ' : 1 A . I . 1 I I BABf SHOW WAS CENTER OF " ATTRACTION FQR EVERONK 5 BIG fDWAY WAS CROWDj New Poultry House was Not Larsre' Enough to Care for the Exhibit Received More Horie Arrived, Tuei I .day. for Speed Ring-Election Thuridayw ". - Despitt th -firepttrationa of th Wllllamaon County Asociatloa' tor the largest fulr in thelr-hlstory, th"exiilbtt buildings nd ground'' art "already overflowed and tent -ha?e been recteTi to hDiia. Xtii overflow.' fne poultry ebow U 'better than -ever and- the iieW'tiulldllli was overflowed into tents- adjoining. Th- midway Wat the crowds continued' tp gather' there. Fair -Baby 8how. ' That i the baby contest i- a big -feature at. ihe fair, v111 not -be disput...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 20 September 1921

PAGE TWO HAM SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1S2I THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (IneorporaUd) Publlhr. 103 Franklin Street. Marion, Illinois. W W. O, PAISLEY, Editor - .' OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor, i ; SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Fer Six Months Per Yr . .75 . 160 All subscriptions payabUj in advancs. Piner will fas stopped at expiration of time paid to unless renewed. , Entered at the post office .'at Marion,llinois,' as jevoua class niau iumiibi. . THE BIGGEST EVER; ? MAKE 1922 STILL BIGGER The 1921 Williamson County Fair" proves that agricultural expositions are not . losing m popularity. It is where the b5th exposition held here Is the best and largest county fair held m our county ana we believe the bigges ever held in the, state. Some features were not as large as we would like to see but the season was in part to blaine. Next year if the farm bureau becomes active and secures anoth er advisor we will have another good dis nlav of farm products. In all other ...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 20 September 1921

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1921 PAGE THREE" ANNOUNCE SCORE OF THE FIRST BABIES EXAMINED Dr. (St.' plair Drake is - well Pleased With Inter- . ... est. ... OWEN TWINS MAKE EXCELLENT SCORE Children of P. N. Lewis Makes J-Iigh Average -Score. Dr. St. Clair Drake, head o . the Illinois health department and in charge o the baby show being con .. ducted in conjunction with the Wil liamson County Fair is well pleased with the interest shown la their, work. He reports the tollowing list ol babies examined on Tuesday and their score : Girls. Anita Velsie Belford, 15 months, daughter of Hugh ana Nona Belford Marion,' score 97 2 per cent Welma Londone Cox,, 18 months, daughter of Win. and Effie Cox, Marion; "score 95 per cent. ; Huth Lucile Lee, months, daugh ter of Arthur and Mae Lee. Du Quoin; score" 95.5 p.er cent. Ada Gertrude Doerr, 13 months, rfauffhfor nf Arthur and Myrtle Doerr, Marion; score 93.4 per cent. 1 Charles Mary Hughes, 33 months, daughter of Chas. and Verna Hughes, Marion; scor...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 20 September 1921

-' $ a r i f'XVU'Y? - T .""'l'iy"ff l7ILLIA!.iac;iillflO; LARniAIR III HSIIICBSTATE Na; OUmStiT County; flak in State-Can, .Equal Egypt's Best FsSi ' BABY SHOW iW AS ','..-, v A Bl FEATURE Exhibits,, Were , .of.. Excep tional, i H,igh. Quality, ... This .Year; The- fair which closed on Friday was without - shadow of" doubt the iru eo'uafv fair In the state' oi - . - Illinois and from a financial stand point,, it was the most successful tali la the history of Williamson county altho! tha xact figurei .are not yet known. "; .. .-.. "',' The horse races were the ' fastest and the exhibits in every class, "ex; cej.t faim products were lar'fer thab ever belnre. " Silver Trophy Awarded. The handsome silver trophy cut which was donated ny Gofernor ten Small to the child making the high est scone in the Better Babies Con test at the fair was awarded' at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon in front" of the grand stand to. Frederick Craw ford Walte, Jr. The special , prize 01 120.00 in gold which had ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 23 September 1921

.'X " tsns a eg . ...... MI-WEEKLY THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILUA&SSO N COUNTY VoL 46 No. 293. MARION, ILLINOIS. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1931 Subscription HSi Per "Year 1LEABEK I linef maA BENTON SERVICE MEN SUPPORT THEIR "BUDDY' Call Upon CongressDelegation was here to Man Denison. COL. 6. C. SMITH LED DELEGATION Ex-Service Men Want Major Brown for Postmaster. A delegation of 35 ex-service men, all in uniform came to Marlon Sunday evening from Benton to take up personally with Congressman B. - E. Denlson the appointment of Major riarry M. Brown as postmaster for that city. ' --; ".'.'- , The Benton ex-service men failed to meet Mr. Denison because of fife 'fact that he was out of the city; They were very insistent in their demands for Major Brown and cta'm'that he u exceptionally well qualified for the prst, "having served for 14 years in the Bvnton oeice. In the service he served .with honor on the Mexican border and during the World War was wounded overseas. The ser...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 23 September 1921

THE iSU-VVEEKLY LEADER PRIDAV, SEPTEMBER 23, i92l flARlON -SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publlahert. 103 Franklin Street. Marlon, Illinois. .'. W. O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. V SUBSCRIPTION. RATES: J - Par Six Month ... 76 Per Year ..... ... 1.50 All lubscrlptloni payable in advance. Paper will ba topped at expiration of time paid to unless renewed. Entered . at tbe post office at Marlon, jecond clan mail matter. lllinoii. LOWDEN WILL BE PEOPLE'S CHOICE FOR GOVERNOR r -: Although it will :be several months before the next election of a governor of Illinois it is where the sentiment of the people is already beginning to center around their choice of a man for the place. The scandal which has developed 'In connection with the present administration is of such a size as to make the present incumbent unavailable. Governor Small has not been tried, he should be given the benefit of every doubt until the charges against him are proven, but reg...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 23 September 1921

f'RIOAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1921 THE SEM1-WEEKLV 'LEADElt ANNOUNCE fJORE OF THE WINNERS Prize Winners in trie Sewing and Fine Arts 'Department are Given Oi't. Tho ladies' exnib't proved' one of I lie moat interest! ig places on the fair grounds and, tlie following list cf additional winners haa been glvon ouf by the judges today: ' SEWING DEPARTMENT Lot I Quilts. Silk Pitch Work First, Madge Gahnes, second Flora -Troutman. Prize $3, second $2. Scrap quilt, cotton firat Julia Langley, ,prize $3. -Scrapquilt, wool, .Firat, Mr D. M. Dawson,' second, Madge Gahnes, prize $3, second $2. Scrap quilt, silk firat and second, Nannie Parks, prize $3, aecond $2 White quilt, appliqued in colors- first, Mrs. John Pulley, second, Mrs. J. C. C03hel, prize $3, second $2. Best quilted quilt first, Mary Gray, prize. $3. , Silk' and cotton comforter first, Mrs. W. "H. Warder, second, Mrs. Charles Binkley, prize $3, second $2; Crib -or nursery quilt first, Elsie Hudgens, prize $2. Woven rug first Mrs. ' John...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 23 September 1921

IKE M!"WEEK LY - LEADER PAGE FOUB FAIR CULINARY DEPTi WIIJIIERS ii.. r.k.. ' and Preserve ... Mad Splendid ; Showing Thia Year Prmlum : Awarded. . Following ! the Ust of winners the Culinary Department- or tne ladiet exhibits at the - Williamson County Fair. In' this- department there were many taaty iea on ex blbit as well as canned d preserv ed fruits of all kinds which found ready saU s the show closed on he last day of the big fair. " Lot ,i fanned Fruit (Prize First, $k .Second 60c.) Apples First:' Mrs. D. H. Dvis. Blackberries First, ( Dollie Pillow second, Mrs. Clarence Odum. Cherries Mrs. D. H. Davis, . Grapea-rMrs.. Clarence,. Odum; one, Mrs. D. H. Davis: Gooseberries First, Mrs.. D. Davis. -...' ecH Raspberries iFlrst, Mrs. D. H. Davia. " Peaches First, Belle Fair,, second Belle Fair., "v. " Plums lrst, Mrs. D,- H. Davis. Rhubarb First,.. Manila Still. , . . . , Lot II. Preserves (Prize First, $1; . Second 50c.) , Peachy-First, Lena Lange. Pear First, Mamie Stilly, second ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 27 September 1921

ft" MARION LEADER Wil-M EMILY THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY JT'fl Vol. 46 No, 294. 'MARION, IlJUNOia. TUESIPAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1921 buDaciipUoa ii Per Tear DR. II, A. GOFF WAS SELECTED AS MODERATOR JUDGE W. N. BUTLER HAS A HOBBY FOR FREAK PISTOLS Marion Pastor Was Honored at Meeting in Cairo.. ALSO DELEGATE TO THE SYNOD Circuit Judge Has a Regular Arsenal at His Home in -Cairo Has Been Making the Collection For Several Years. Reverend West, of Galatia, Was Selected As Stat- ; v ed Clerk. Circuit Judge W. N. Butler, who is holding court' here this week has a -l ather unusual hobby. . He is mak ing a collection of freak weapons used by crominals or others. His home is a veritable arseneal according to the reports. The judge has between 200 and 300 freak pistols and revolvers, which vary in style from thu old flint lock, up to the most modern high powered guu. The guns were found, in historic places and many were gifts to the Judge from close friends. Some of them are -...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 27 September 1921

PAGE TWO MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers. 103 Franklin Street. Marlon, Illinois. W. O. PAISLEY Editor OLDHAM PA1SUJY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: , J .75 1.50 Per Six Months Per Year All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will be stopped at expiration of time paid to unless renewed. Entered at the post office iecond class mail matter. at Marion, Illinois, as PITCHING HORSESHOES. . It may not have the historic settings ; for its history like the Scotch game of golf, it may not have the name of being the American national sport like. base ball, it , may not have the standing in England like cricket, but the old time game of pitching horseshoes is again coming to its own. Perhaps the fact that the auto is iriterfering with the horses on the highways may have something to do , with" making the horseshoe popular in other ways but at anv rate it is in the public jUtention again. At the Minnesota state iair, tne oin- THREE WORDS. There ur...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 27 September 1921

It'SSPAV. SEPTEMBER JT, 1931 THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER PAGE THREE 11 E. CHIOH AT CREAL MET IN LOG BUILDING Church Was formed 'T 1846 In Seay School House. in HAS FULL TIME PASTOR AT PRESENT V Now Have Fine Church . Home With Good ,' Parsonage. (By D. H. Barnwell) CREAL SPRINGS, (Special Correspondence) The Methodist Episcopal church located in this city had its beginning back in the latf sixties, (about 18G8), being first organized In. the Seay school house, a short distance southwest of Creal Springs and was known by the name of Seayburg. The school house was used as a place of worship until about 1879 when the congregat' m moved to the new log church just creeled near the old cemetery at the south side of the present city limits. Many ploy ant memories cluster about , the old school, house and log church, (Locust Grove)' in the minds of the Tow who were residents of the v'ci.nity at thai early dale tfhd are yet among the living. The church enjoyed some great revival seasons in which ...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 27 September 1921

TUESDAY, ' SEPTEMMA' JT, 1921 PAGE FOUR THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER - Wyandottes, Whit. , Cock First: Frank Retzler, Conesville, O. Second: S. P, MaHoney, Wa tertown. Hen First and second: Frank Ret zler, Conesville, 0. Cockerel First: Frank Retzler, Conesville, O. Second: S. P. MaHoney Watertown. Pullet Fiist: Frank Retzler, Cones ville, O. Second: S. P. MaHoney Watertown. Pen. old Second: S. P. MaHoney. Watertown. ' Wyandotttn, Buff. Cock First: W. J. Justi, Freebury Grove. Second: Frank Retzler, Conesville, Ohio. Hen First: Smiley Jarvls, Waverl Ind. Stcoud: S. P. MaHoney, Water town. Cockerel Second: Frank Retzler, Conesville, Ohio.Pullet First: Smilsy Jarvls, Wa verly, Ind. Second: S., P. MaHoney, Watertown. Wyandottes, dtack. Cock First: S. P. MaHoney, Wa tertown. Second: Frank Retzler, Conesville, Ohio. Hen First: W. . usti, Freebury ,. Grovt. Second: S. P. MaHoney, Wa tertown. . '''.. ' Pullet First: Frank Retzler, Cones ville, O. Second: W. J. Justi, Free lury Grove. Pen,' old F...

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

Y OCT 11 IK. MARION EADER u THE' HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSO N COUNTY Vol. 4frNo. 296 MARION. ILLINOIS. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1921 ' Subscription $1.60 Per Teat Semi-We OPIE READ DATE IS CHANGED TO TIIURS.. OCT, 6 Agoga Class Receives Def- . inite' Notice of His Coming ' PROGRAM AT THE FIRST BAPTIST Is one of the Foremost Nov elists in the United J States. . .. The Agoga class has lecelved definite notice that Opi Xead, tho wellknown, novelist, will be here at the First Baptist church on Thursday evening, October 6. Mr. Read baa delighted bishops and 'bell boys alike, says an article in a recent number of the Century Magazine, . - j : ', The article, in pVt is as follows: ' . ' ' , , ,, . "Opie Read has wirtten and lee , Y?u"-4-ad ,We,I Known Marlontured to a clientele that numbers 1 j Wms GIe-Demoerat Prize millions. Bishops and bell.boys have, Beauty Contest. fXi hi! wh1l,mslcIali The" St. LouT" Globe-Democrat 1. 5-5 S udges announced Sunday that Read enfleshed in the old m...

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

THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER 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 Mouths ....$ .76 Per Year .... IM All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will be slopped at expiration of time paid to unless renewed Entered at the post office at Marion, jiecond class mail matter. .'. Illinois, SAVE THE POSTVILLE COURT HOUSE. , During the past few years efforts have been made to preserve buildings and ' relics which were associated with the early life of Abraham Lincoln. There is no place in the state, in addition to his home in Springfield .and the townsite. of burg, which is W directly associated with the early life of Mr. Lncoln as the old court house in which he plead for the rights of his clients in Postville. This was the 'first-county seat of Logan county and while the town itseli was long ago absorbed by a new one which was started a...

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