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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 18 October 1921

THE EMKWi&KiY- tlfek TUESDAY ..OCTOBER . 1$, mi " CUPID CATCHES THEM YOUNGER THAN IN 1911 Inauisitive Reporter .Se cures Interesting In- ". formation. OLDEST AVERAGE DURING OCTOBER Ae-es Are 'Nearest The Same During ; Month of June , . While the world "talks disarmament and the, representatives of na- ' tions gather for one long pow-wow in I effort ! to persuade nien that they they should lay down (heir arms, old Dan Cupid still stalks the earth, totine his nuiver and --slaying his thousands. What is more remarkable Is the fact tliat altho during the last - decade a world war has shook the universe and many other things have occupied the thota of men, Cupid has made great headway with bis arrows and the averagei at which bo conquers ... I man nnA Wnltldn ifl nil1 -lue iieiu i ui 'r" mm -- year less than it was 10 "years ago..An examination of the marriage records in the county clerk's office thst ihe men of 10 years ago f stuck to the single path of bachelor hood until t...

Publication Title: Marion Semi-Weekly Leader
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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 18 October 1921

FINEST MUSICAL CONCERT EVER HEARD IN CITY Edison Artists Gave Pro- . gram at First M. E. Church ARRANGED BY THE G-W-B MUSIC CO. Church Was Packed Early 1 and Chairs were Placed in the Aisles. One of the highest class and most thoroly pleasy recitals over given in Marion was presented Friday evening In the First MethodiBt church by Miss Amy Ellerman,' contralto and Miss Vera Barstow, violinist assisted by Mr. Calvin Coxe, tenor. Miss Barstow and Miss Ellerman are Edison artists of ' the highest class and make re-creations only of the highest grade. It is enough to say that they are Edison artists. For the Edison laboratories do not use any but the very best artists. A o!oe must be full of life and in the prime of condition before its re-creations will be accepted by the Edison labatorles for the reason that' it is so thoroly reproduced by' the new Edisonthat any imperfection would be detected by the' listener. It' can cor tainly be said of Miss gllerman'f voice that it was' true and ...

Publication Title: Marion Semi-Weekly Leader
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 21 October 1921

Semi-Weebly MM THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Subscription ITS Per Year Vol 4fr No. 303 MARION, ILLINOIS. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 21, 1921 START ACTION DISTRICT HERE Injunction Served upon the City Because of Present Plant. PUBLIC HEARING -ON OCTOBER 31ST Other Work Done by the City Dads on Monday Night The city dads Are tao te face with a serious condition and have taken active steps to relfeve the situation. They have been served with an Injunction preventing the usage ot the present sewerage disposal plant and must secure without delay a new and better method of disposal, v Monday night a resolution creating sewer district 1 was read and a public hearing set tor Monday night, October 31st, the earliest possible date. The district is to cost" approximately 1226,603.01. The injunction was secured by Joseph N. Walker, Luther Holbrook, George W. Sisney and William H. Roberts, and is based on the serious condition that actually -exists along Crab Orchard creek. Commissioners G...

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

m f Hi Miwnnav uapb& rftl'DAV, OCTOBER Si. m MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publisher. 108 Franklin Street. Marlon, Illinois. , W. O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. ' . SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Sis Month I Per Year .$ .75 . 1.50 All iubscriptions payable in advance. Paper will be ' stopped at expiration of time paid to unless renewed. "( '-.Entered at the post office at Marion, jecond claet mail matter. Illinois, as A UNIQUE MONUMENT. At the office of the REPUBLICAN- LEADER can be seen the photograph of a unique monument which stands at the grave of one of the quaint characters of the. old west. It is in the cemetery at Douglas, Wyoming, and bears this inscription : "George W. Pike" "Underneath' this stone in eternal rest Sleeps the wildest one of the wayward west He was a gambler and. sport and cowboy too, And he led the pace in an outlaw crew; He was sure on the trigger and staid to the end " But he was never known to quit o...

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

FRIDAY, OCTOBEJl 11, H THE SEMI WEEKLY LEADER PAGE THREK FARM ADVIS HAS ARRIVED W. ' K, Galeener of Fairfield Has Taken over 'His Duties With., County Bureau. ' ' The hew farm advisor' for WilliamBon . county, iW; K, Galeener, "arrived Tuesday from-Fairfield and Immediately took over his duties uh advisor and was very busy on Tuesday getting acquainted with his office and preparing his work, His family will move- here within , a short 'time. Mr. Galeener was elected to take the place made vacant by the resignation seceral months ago of W. E. Hart, now farm advisor of Clay county with ' head quarters at Louis ville. - v .. Mr. -Galeener- is a hard worker and comes here wilh the best of rec ommendations and - the local farm bureau is to be congratulated upon securing his services. CRANBERWYSTER TIME HAS ARRIVED Cranberres and oysters, two recent arrvals are still in fine shapo and becoming greater favorites from .week to week. '-.' " Head cabbage is taking the lead in the vegetable li...

Publication Title: Marion Semi-Weekly Leader
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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 21 October 1921

fBAPTISTSJ VILL MEET NOVEMBER 1 Annual -State Association Meeting to be Held at Cae)ey for Three Days In November. The tentative ptogram has been announced for the Illinois Baptist State Association meeting, at Casey, November 1 to 3. Dr. W. P. Throgmorton and Miss Ren Lay of MaTion and Senator W. J Sneed of Hei-rln, are on tlio j program, which lollows: ; ' Tuesday, November 1. 7:00 P. M. Openlpg praiso and prayer service. 7-30 Call to order by the moder ator. Announcement Oi' committees on Nominations and ou Enrollment. 7:40 Words of welcome, aPstor M. V. Gilbert or some one whom he may select. Response by the moderator. 8:00 Annual sermon, Evangelist O. W. Shields. Report of committee on enrollment. Report of committee on program. Election of officers, Miscellany. Adjournment. Wednesday A. M. Nov. 2. 8:30 Devotional service. 9:00 -"Announcement of committer on Resolutions and of such other committees ns the association may order. .9:10 Report of committee on nominations. All empl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 25 October 1921

t ilT'TC THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol 46 No. 30: MARION, ILLINOIS. TUESDAY, OCTOBER, 25, 1921 Subscription $1.50 Per Tear - 1 SEND IN YOUR SUGGESTED NAME FOR NEW CHAMBER Many Names 'Already Sug. gested for New Organization. CONTEST CLOSES ON OCTOBER 26 at , Mail - Your Suggestions Once to the Acting Secretary. 1 The Marion Chamber of Commerce kand the Marion Retail Merchants asociation have voted to amalgamate and have appointed a jo:nt commit'tee to decide upon a name for the new organization. They have offered to give a 25 membership in the new organization to the man or Woman i who suggests the best name. All suggestions should be written and sent to Oldham Paisley, acting secretary of the Chamber of Commerce and he will turn them over to the new committee. Answers must be in the hands of the committee be fore 7 p. m. on Wednesday, October 26. In case of a tie, more' than one k person submitting the same name, the winner of the membership will, be decided by...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 25 October 1921

PAGft TWO THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER TUEsnat, acTonnt, ss, wy. mm SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers, 103 Franklin Street. Marion, Illinois. X ... W. 0. PAISLEY, Editor ' f.. v" OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: . -. Per Six Months ..,.....-.. .76 Per Year ., .' - ; : l 60 ' 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, as aecond class mail natter. ' " DAD. , ,-.;;.. He may wear a last year's straw' hat, his finger nails need manicuring; his vest may hand a little loose, and his pants may bag at the knees; his face may show .signs of a second day's growth, and the tin dinner bucket he carries may be full of dents and doughnuts; but don't you call him "the old man." He's your father. For years and years he has been rustling around to get things together; Never once has he failed to do the right thing by you. He thinks you are "the gre...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 25 October 1921

il TtrESIjA?, OCTOSEft iS, 1321 THE SEM1.WEEKLY- LfeADfctt RUSHING WNL M LINCOLN SCHOOL Total Cost fop the Remodeled Build- : Ing Will be About Thirty Five i nousand Dollar. The work of reniodling the Lincoln school building in the southwest part ot the city is being pushed rap- ,' Idly toward completion and according 10 uoriiractor unaries Kainey will be completed within the 'exacted time on about December 1, despite of numerous delays. The building will be completed at a cost of apDroximately $35,000, and has an added capacity ,of four rooms. The work of wrecking the building began early in the summer and was completed during the latter part of July. There was formerly only one complete story above the basement 'All of the brickwork above the : ceiling of the old rooms was torn out and from this point the construction work began about July 30. Owing to the many rains the workmen have been somewhat handicapped but all outside construction is now finished and the work is well along ...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 25 October 1921

THE 8EMI-WCSXXY LEADER missionaryIHTI10 OLU ORGANIZE K, S. 1 Dr. E. R. Fulkerson, Former ViceConsul to Japan, Speaks at M. E. Churoh. Dr. E R. FuUceraon, former vioo consul to Japan under President Roosevelt, world traveler and college man, addressed a good slued audience Wednesday night in the auditorium of the First M. E. church, on the subject "The Tragedy of Religion. Dr. v..itrann woe fnrmarlv Dre&ident o the Anglo-Japan College at lio Japan ana was aiso preaiucut v.innA Pniuaa at KHE-nnsalii. Jaoan V.IUUCS1? VWUCfiw "i. - - tor 18 years. Dr. Fulkerson spoke In Herrin Monday and at jonnsiuu uu Tuesday night. He is a gifted orator and was able to present the many experiences of his lite in the foreign lands in a manner which held the attention of his audience. Dr Fullmer stated he had recently talked with 52 men of various vocation and every one was agreed that we were now facing the most critical period of the world's history. Sinne Democracy had overthrown Autocrac...

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

totb THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY MARION, ILLINOIS. FRIDAY, OCTOBER. 28, 1921 Subscription 1.65 Per Teat BUSY TIME FOR OPENING OF THE , CRYSTAL CAFE HOME&BUM C01ERTISTS ST FRANKFORT COUNTY PEDAGQGS DJ01AY CASES SETTLED ILL BURNW r CORN AS FUEL f f 0 ; SBlInu Williamson ' County Schools, Just Published Tells of Work to ' Be Done Now. Tho October issue of Iho William- Bon County Schools has just been issued and is replete with much valuable information for the teachers of the county. The - county pedagogs have a busy period ahead of them for the next few weeks as judge by the following calendar of events. November 12, Township spelling contest. November 19, County spelling contest. ' December 26, State spelling contest November 10 and 11, Examinations in Marion Tor teachers certificates. November 23, Annual patrons day November 2, annual school decor ntion day. October 27 to 29, Williamson Conn ty Farmers Institute. November 9 to January 25, Town ship tea...

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

PAGE TWO THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers. 103 Franklin Street. Marlon, Illinois. W. O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Six Months I -7B 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 .second class mail matter. office at Marion, Illinois, as LACK OP FORESIGHT. At the last meeting of the Williamson County Board of Supervisors a resolution was passed which reduced the allowance of the sheriffs office for automobile hire to $300 per year, or less than one dollar per day. The resolution was passed without much discussion and will no doubt be retracted at the next meeting as it was SEND US A LETTER The week of November 7 to 12 will be "Home Newspaper Week" and during that week we Wish to publish letters from the old-timers. Send us one if you were a former resident of Williamson county or it you a...

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

I .I.. i 4' fftlDAY, OCTOBER 88, 1821 THE SEMI WEEKLY LEADER PAGE THREE "7k - i CHURCHMEN ON EGYPT'S NEEDS Presbyterian Synod of Illinois takes Action to Push . Church In. - fluence Here. Dr. Herman A; Ooff, pastor ot the Presbyterian church in this city, re turned Friday night from iLlncoln where he has been attending the Illinois Synod of the Presbyterian church, as a delegate from Cairo Presbytery. The meeting was large ly attended and was one of the best ever held and Dr. Goff reports that the people of Lincoln handled the entertainment problem in a splen did manner. A week of homo com ing events was just starting , and the visitors enjoyed a spienam illuminat ed night auto program on the last night of the synod. Information Was Given Not asking Synod's church exten sion committee to act alone upon his opinion or hopeful aspirations for Cairo Presbytery, many leaning men have been brought into the field dur ing the last two years to gain information first hand. Synodical superin...

Publication Title: Marion Semi-Weekly Leader
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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 28 October 1921

PAGE FOUR THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER FRIDAY; OCTOBftti 2$ H?l marion won in ATURDAY GAM WITH H Wallace Came into Game for Marion after Play Started. ih" fourth down and tlu ball V3,T ;o I-fcrrm. Clem at.e.mited a inward pas, which intercepted by Bettord" whjj carried tha ball twenty yards before' beins tackled. Franklin gamed n yards. The ball was loit on a fumble pass but Johnson recovered for two yard loss. Eeltord and Franklin made short gains and the ball went to Her- rin on downs. LaMaster made one. yard on short rnun. Two forward passes were in complete. LaMaster punted. The hall went over Wallace in the Marion i i . i ii i i ' i. HERRW SCORED FIRST TOUCHDOWN Good Game Thruout, Fill ed with Many Tense Moments Losing the lust half of the game . 6 to l), the Marion high school toot- ball team came back in the second half scoring three touchdowns and tie feating the Herrin township hipli school team 20 to 12 Saturday after noon in the closest game they have played this season. The fi...

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

. - ' . , it . . ...-I . . . V in THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNT .1 Vol. 46 No. 305 J4AHI0N, ILLlNO'S. TUESDAY NOVEMBER 1, 1921 2l Subscription $1.50 Per Year MARION FARM FIRES ARE TAKE HEAVY TOLL OF SA!1 Of 38 000 Farm Fires in a Recent Year at Least- On e- . Third Could Have Been Prevented Useor -Ordinary Care and Forethought. ' Evory lime thero is a fire on a farm it takes awny value that never can be replaced. Either the owner must be deprived ef what may have ; been the ifrult of 20 of the befit years of hfs life, or the insurance company- will -be called upon for n check, which has to come out of the "premiums paid by himself and other property owners. - If there aro-x many fires, the insiirance rates increase. In mutual companies which carry a large proproportion of farm insurance, the ' increase is immediately felt. In a recent year there were more than i ""88,000 farm fifes in the United States, entailing a loss of more than - $18,000,000, .of which 33 per ce...

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

tttiwJiWteMi&fL 1 1921 1' - PAGE TW0 SSSjeaS 11 Ti-iiiiMrn .in . mn i t HARM 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 Months 7fi Per Year 1B0 All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will be topped at expiration of time paid to unless renewed.' Entered at the post otftce at Marion, Illinois .second class mail matter. WE WANT THOSE LETTERS We want to make "Home Newspaper . Week" one in a double sense. Not only do we want everyone to take their home nnvipr those who have moved to our county keep in touch with their old homes and those who have moved from Williamson county to take the REPUBLICAN so that they will know about the events here but we also want to print letters during the week of November 7 to 12 from every old times who is living away from here. Help us get these letters. You will enjoy them and so willseveryone ...

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

tWSdaY Nov-mra 1, 1921 ljfelV?l.WEEKLY LEADER PAGE THREE 1 Vi K. GALEENER MAKES ADDRESS TO INSTITUTE New Farm Advisor Makes Fine Speech on Friday Afternoon TELLS FARMERS THAT THEY MUST ORGANIZE Calls attention to the Unorganized, ' Chinese ; ; Farmers .. "The new farm advisor for. Williamson county delivered an address Friday afternoon before the Williamson County Fanners Institute upon the purpose and policies of tlio farm buleaus and because1 of the interest in the bureau In this county, we reprint vit in full. The speech follow: Thru the local farm bureau and mate federations, the farmers of our nation have been trying to nccom- ; plish many things which will bring brlculture back to a more profitable basin in ; proportion to other industries. To raise the standard of efficiency in production and marketing ' have been the great objectives. The farmers are beginning to real lze that they can be benefitted the surest and easiest by cooperation. It is as sale to say that knowledge i...

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

J JjTHE SEMLWEEfcLV LEADu TTESDAY, NpVTMIlEft 1. 1941 PAGE FOUR WILLIAM GROWING GIRLS SHOULD HAVE ROOMS OF THEIR VERY OWN ANY GUESTS AT HANKS WITH REST M. I, MEETING 31 i,;- . - 1 t - ii i I, i ' " 1 uior" ' ' 1 i i Tu in. u'Vi urn ii "" 1 : " i . i A Girl Learns Much From Room Selecting and Help; ps to Make the Every girl should havea room ot her very own to arrange as she pleases, 'if the family can possibly fspuro Hie space. Girls instinctively love what Is beautiful and try to express Uiemselves in llielr surroundings. With a little thought and some veal work the 'girl herself can transform an uninteresting, uninviting room into ft place of tranquility and charm a sort of sanctuary to which she r.nn escape when she wants to think things out alone, as girls often do. Tho girls in the "Own Your Own Room" club, under the direction of me UUlieil Jiuim "'1- .In il !..... Agiculture and various State agri- Harold ion cultural colleges, have accomplished wonderful results in making ove...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 4 November 1921

J. t THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY 4 .Vol.' 46 No. 306 MARION, ILLINOIS. FiyDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1021 Subscription 1 1.60 Per Tear ATTEMPT MADE TO KILL ANOTHER U.S. CONSUL Bomb Explodes in Consulate at Libson, Portugal BOMB EXPLODED IN PARIS RECENTLY Consul Mollis Received Note Before Bomb , Exploded Special to the REPVBLICAXlEADfilt; WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. 1. Au attempt to destroy the American consulate at Lisbon, Portugal and to kill Stanley Hollis, American consul, by -placing a bomb In the consulate was "''-- ment today. The bomb exploded, damaging the Interior of the consulate, but no one was injured. Consul Hollis reported that a note had been supped urfder the door of the consulate at five o'clock Monday, protesting against the conviction of Sacco and Vanzetti, two1 communists under deatn sent. ence for murdering o pay roll guard', ... M..o.i,.,na- 1 ' . Flte minutes after the , receipt of the note, the bomb exploded. No further details wero given in the .report ...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 4 November 1921

r f ! J PAGUTWO THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER -TRAt, SOVEXlilfc 4 1221 MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER (Incorporated) Publlehara. Marion, Illinois. THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER lOJ'Tranklia'StrMt. ' . W. O. PAISLEY, Editor -OLDHAM PAISLEY City Editor. . SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Six Martha .75 Per Year 1.60 'BE PREPARED" All subscriptions payable In advance. Paper will be -stopped at expiration o time paid to unless renewed. - Entered at the post jecond class mall matter. office at Marlon, Illinois, as .. WHAT IS A FRIEND? What is a Friend? I will tell you. It is a person with whom you dara to be yourself. Your soul can go naked with him. He seems to ask of you to put on nothing onlv to be what you are. He does notwant BONUS IS MOT DEAD ISSUE SAYS COMMANDER Third, Annual American Legion Convention Opened is PERSHING AND FOCH TO SPEAK General" Foreman 'of. Chi cago is Candidate for Office Although it ij only thirteen years'since the first boy scouts' organization wa3 form-i ed. the movement hag grown to s...

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