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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 22 November 1921

, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 3,921 TH SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER PAGE THREE GOOD FELLOES -I - ENJOY-dYSTERS Delightful Supper Is Followed by , ' Evening of. Speech Making at "'' M.'E't Church, . . : , - ' ' The Good Fellow's Class of the . First Methodist church hold -n class banquet in Hie basement of ' the church on. Thursday evening v.iih 45 members present. tAn' oysi or. supper was served and a round table di3- ' cussiou- of the plans of "the -class lor the coming year was enjoyed. Tallu were made by Dr. H- D. , Noma, Mark Wooitley, J. H. White; W. XC. Galeener.and Paul Ballance. The class plans to visit the ML Vernon Sunday school in the near fu : ture, probably in December. A train will be chartered lor. tho occasion and many members of 'the class artplanning to make tho trip.' The three special, entertainment numbers which tho class plan's tc give this winter, "wf rc di&uafled 'These numbers are not tin entertain . "ment course- but are separate num hers which tho. class have ...

Publication Title: Marion Semi-Weekly Leader
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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 22 November 1921

'Ki -'''--iX'&c i PAGE FOUR lilsifBICT PLAN OFFERED ill BASKET BALL Schema Will', Be, Presented at .Conference L. at Urbana Today MARION WOULD BE CLASS "A" LIST Enrollmen Instead of Location to be Basis for Classifications ''XV'. O Robb, principal o. the J. Sterling Morton high . school of Cicero, 111, tile man who last year , had charge of tiio general manage ment of the Illinois high school basketball tournaments has presented new "plan of management which provides that ilie high schools be classified according to enrollment for basketball tournament similar to the plan now used for the Mate track meets. t JUi At a meeting of Illinois high school Instructors that is being held at the t"n vf-r.sity of Illinois Friday and Saturday this plan will probably come up for discussion. Principal Arno Bratten and Coach E. H. Schrieber of the M. T. H. S. will be present at that meeting. Coach Schrieber with - -many other Uisketball coaches and officials has already endorsed the ti...

Publication Title: Marion Semi-Weekly Leader
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 25 November 1921

WW ;2 9 21, Ma rions THE HOME PAPER OF MARION .AND. WiLliAMSOiM COUNTY 'Vol. 6-No.' 8X2 ' . . MARION.' ttUNOlS. , .. M?.Y, NOVEMBER 25, 1921. Subscription $1,60 Per Year FREEMAN HOLD UP CbSf UFE OF PASSERBY Other Dead Man Member of Gang that Attacked Joint MORE THAN FIFTY SHOTS FIRED ' n -r - l , . fjfl Two oi canaits in oa.11 and Others are Being : ; - Sought For Ed 'Lend Sliot" Jarvis and EM "Big Bill") Van' Zandt are to the Williamson county Jail awaiting trial for the murder of Postmaster Charles Amatti of Freeman- Spur at tne -'lumber shed" just north of . Erre- Stage" wur;ti oiiwvw inr.n Spiir on Friday night. Bob - Twmplewan, who -was the manager oi ' ,,,. "inint" where the hold-up was vma taken to. the pall at Benton In ctnnection with the, dum of Kay Laourinl who was one ot the ban- ' (Jit-.. The 'lumber shed", is now but a Jut? of ashes, navtas msrueu w the .ground shortly after midnight on Saturday. ' ' The building was located on tne north side of the road which runs eas...

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

PAGE TWO MARION SEMI WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LB ACER (Incorporate) PuUlahera, 103 Franklin. Street. . v . Marloi, Illinois, W. 0. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY. City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: ...$ .76 PeT Si Months Per Year , AM snhsrrintlons cavabla In advance. tupped. at expiration of time paid to unless renewed. 1 Kniered at the. poet office at Marion, llllnoia, iecocd class mall matter. ' - THE STRANG LURE One of the . wisest Americans that ever lived wa? Phineaa T. Barnum, the circus man. He was the first big advertiser. Barnum,' son of a village tavern-keeper was a wizard at psychology the study of human nature. ; :Socrates would have enjoyed talking to hinv and probably learned something new. .- ' ' "In 1834 Barman heard of Joyce Heath, alleged negro nurse of George Washington. He bought her for $1,000 took her around on .exhibition and cleaned up a lot of money. . Ilia next venture was taking 4iold of a complete failure, the American lJuseum in New York, It ceased to...

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

" 1 l , 'THC' SE?41-W.EKUf; LEADER-; :'rPAGE THREE if -. ASKS OF PUBLIC FOR BETTER MARION Frestdfeht Jackson a n d ..Lowell Issue Joint ; ' "Letter ORGANIZATION TO EMBRACE EVERYONE Modern Methods Are to , be: Used.; in new . Association" ; , , Of ficlal iaonouncement oC'the Great- ' er -Marion Association movement, to make the' organization truly ; com--Bvunlty-wid lur scope and capitalized adequately for. work along many lines s inBrfn n letter which la beinz sent out by Frank E. Powell.- president of- the Merchants Association ana r-. a. Jackson, president omf the Chamber of Commerce. In addition .to the pies ent members of these organizations the letter Is being, sent to a large number of others- that the campaign committee believe will, -be enrolled in the new organization. - The letter is as follows: "Alter "mature consideration ' a special' Committee of the Chamber of Commerce and the Merchants Association has been forced to realize, if Marlon ia to maintain its proper relatio...

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

5f -IS m : BRADY OUTLINES STkUOTUBE FOR SSOCIATION ;fSavs Marion Must have :jV:-ir.-:Va '. Strong Civic ' Organization WILL WORK THRU , SIX DEPARTMENTS .There Will Also be a : Members Forum for Everyone The plana of the "Greater Marion Association" are outlined ns follows la a statement issued by Campaign Chairman Charles 10. Bracyj, ; Th ran-.nalen Coromittee realizes that the plan here proposed is pre tentious and calls lor a -ureui i.on Association" that shall be as broad ns is the community life itself. in developing such a pmuuim .... -tivitiis vonr committee was actuated entirely by a close study of the' needs nf our community. It ias been our f.ii'tliinv in1 in Incorporate in the plat form such definite activities as will h.inc- iihnui better civic, comerci.tl , nml m in'iiic conditions in Marion.' "Investiention of the work being ' done by other civic organiazlions leaves us no choice in, this matter. Maricn must have a strong, efficient Association, supported by a lai'Ge me...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 29 November 1921

THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Subscription $1.50 Per Tew MARION, ILLINOIS. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2V 1931 ' Vol." 46 Ko. 313 IIAilRISBURG WON TIIRKFY IU1Y RAMF w Ills mm i - vii w WITH PLAGE KICK NOVEMBER HOLDS BRIDES RECORD Only Four Marriage Llctnsss Issued on Thanksglvlno Day Breaking Records ' Marion Scored the FirsJ; Touchdown of the. Final Game GOOD CROWD TO -.:v';;.SEEJCHE,GAME HELD A -UNION THNKSGIVI Marion Excelled in Forward Passingr HarIsburcr on Plunges ; June Is losing its prestlago as the month for brides. At least it is losing that presiiage here In Williamson county. In June this year there were 73 licenses tsued, but now November with a whole week to go, has exceeded that record. , Thus far, 81 marriage licenses have been issued this month, which is a -itrew-Tecord for-the month of Novem ber, and exceeds nil previous November or June records. County Clerk Scobey states that there will be aver 400 marriages licenses isued . during the past six months, whi...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 29 November 1921

PACJfi TWO HARM SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REpyEUCAN.i.SACER I'inscrpcrttsd) Futilsfcsrs, 1 0S -Trap Win .Sirest., " " ila:icn, Illinois. . W...O. PAISLEY. Editor ' . . ..... ' CLDHAM PAISLEY, CI:y Editor. , SijBSCRirTiON RATE'S: Per Six Months Psr Year .s .... topped at exptratioh of time paid to unless renewed . TnE WAGES COME AT THE" END , ; f OF,THEJ)AY i. No. matte?, how mu(jh ' a tman may-s;in to prosper thru defrauding, his fellow, the wages which come at the end of the day are wages which are his due. There 'is no evading the words of Paul who wrote to iijthe Romans that' "the wages of sin is .76 GAFETER MB, .... LEADED Hi I PLAN FAVO E!e:,jjjL-.?Ha DAIRY' PROFITS INCREASED, ' : ; V ' - BY KEEPING. BETTER COWS TUESDAY -K0V25!BS 23, IC21 SWEffGLOVlRSEET , - MUST BE CERTIFIED Entered at the post itcond class mail matter. office at Marion, Illinois, g death. The Qmaha World-Herald tells! thtft'ory of a. man in Nebraska whcULi! Flan for Feeding Stock Is Being Used on Many Farms in C...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 29 November 1921

: TOE SCAT," NOTEMBER 20, 1021 TO BUILD UP: OUR TRADE TERRITORY We Must Build uo Our Back Coun try 'and Then Wont Have to , i Worry about our City . rtiistness-like co-operation toward . building up the entire community ourrounding rivtrioi m vnuwuiiu" i - ty will bo one-rot tlio .leading fncKspa ',of the Greater Marlon ' Association, '.' fniinwina . tho adoption of the.. plan. tn neeure a . large membership and uniltliiir '.funds. The work will be . along practical- lines and the experi-c-nce of -a - largo number of cities in promoting the agricultural welfare of their territory will bo available 'for the local organization. "Build up your oacic country and your trade- territory -and you ,wont havo .to. worry about tthe growth of your City',". a' statement'-'-'made.- tsf .' Thomas Richardson for many years head of the Oregon Development ;'JLeaguo; and this statement has been adopted as' the religion in agricultural advancement by many- lending ' cities, and -n&rieuttura...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 29 November 1921

' 'sbort gain thru the JIas M4 8?i ' nunted.' Wallace recoTrd Md was wsuea on . toe v iu w 'line bucfcf 9a the part of Marlon resulted in a gala of aoly a tew feet. A forward pass tu incomplete an J .on toe fourth down, jotaseo puotea I to tndleott. Toe ball wa down on Jthe S3 yard lint. Time called out- tor Belford. of Marlon. I Altho they bad been unable to galff j tbe Morion boys held thetr own una I failioB to make tbeir -10 yards in four down, Harrlsburg was forced One of the beat models of a Curtis ! to give the ball to Marlon. End runs military tractor training plane hag j failed to succed and aMrlon shifted been constructed by two Marlon j to forward passing by which Johnyouths and is now on display in the ' son gained 14 yards. Johnson end windows of the Williams' Furniture ran 10 more and" Wallace skirted Store on-West Main street-. the other end of the line "for 23 The boys socured a plan for the yards. Trying both passes .and runs mnitructicn of a lr.ree olane and I with...

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

IOTSITT C? ItUS wttPfi-V'-fi 1921: : THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 46 No. 214'.;. . tUAlOH. aUNplH. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1031. Subscripting L6 Per Tmj mum TWO BAPTIST , REVIVALS NOW .Third Chureh Starts 8rvict ""With i'. Samuel L. Rayburn of Texas , in Charge; There was a fine congregation' for , the first week night service at the First Baptist church Monday night. The song service Ued by Mr. Hughes was exceptionally good. TVIf. and Mrs. Hughes repeated tho duet -''Where the Gates Swing Outward Never," y request. It Is well worth tho time of anyone to come Just to hoar tboin sing and there aro other things to enjoy .In' every service. There was one forward for prayr last , night and two additions to the ebuivh. The. adult Bible class was present ..rind occupied reserved seats. They ; lind a fmo attendance of their members iiiid fiese ol'der people were 9 great in spiration to the service, V Beginning Tuesday, tw.-: Hughes vlll conduct a personal workers confere...

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

k 5 TWO 'MM SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REjPUBUOAN-USAOtJ. Incorporated) PBlthr, 103 Franklin Street. ' - ' ' - . ' - Marion, Win oil. W. 0. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAlSLET, City SUttor. ' " ' SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Pot Sis Months Per Year '.T .( . ...$ .75 All subscriptions payable la advene. Paper will "h stored at expiration of time paid to unless renewed. Entered' at the post office at Marlon, Illinois; M second class mall matter. .. . , . i BUILDING UP OUR HOME COMMUNITY A study of the. history of successful business, of -successful cities and - commercial 'organizations invariably tells a story of men ana ot a citizenship with strong mma tive, aigh; class of citizenship, men who have concentrated their-efforts to make their OWn business, or. .their, commercial organizations, or their city supemr to that of its competitors. ':' '. ' ' . Close, scrutiny of these things must convince Hie ordinary mind that it is not to any great extent V matter of tremendous opportunities, resources in ra...

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

i t: - r t j mi i m vvV'": THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER LADOR BOARD TO New Working ' Ruiea WUI be An- ...... nounced by Railway lber .v.'-: Board on Thursday CHICAGO, ". NotC--3XrTh'e V,.' .8. Railway Labor ' Board : on ' Thursday will matae - publto it decision oh the working rules and . agreements af fecting all classes' of railroads In the . country. - The 'decisions "will have mors than a hundred, rules. V Future readjustments of-railroad , employees must be made to fit into new- working rules: of railway labor board, Vice Chairman Ben Hooper . declared today. Hooper, said that the new rules will leave the -board free to consider requests for wage adjustment between either railroads -or unions without a formal -request. . This is taken to aiean that tho board will take the initiative on the wage' issue. ' - i v --; - M. K. T, Will Reduce St. LOUIS, Nov, 30. Notice has, .-. been served, on approximately 20,009 .employe of the Missouri, Kansas - and 1 Texas railroad the manegmeut) . .in...

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

,i-' ! V . - . i HABGES MONEY AS NOT BAriKED AtUrnsy asnsral BruncUae M1 Tn Five Treasures Hav Violated taw- v ;?ai:?GFIELD7""rv. 29. Suits filed bv Attorney General .Brundage hers Saturday asking former treaa,,:erj of the state of Illinois to give ari accounting ior mure, ." ;. i '(, in interest money alleged to have iicon collected during th.ir trrihS of office and unaccounted for, will bo tried In the Sangamon Coun ty Circuit Court during the Janutd term. ' ' Tli? : uir-j to be tried la thi3 county' it'v those against Gove.Tor !',-:n' 't-'mail, Ueuu-i,ant Governor S'rr1!:k MHi State milor Russell. .Stid-'i-irVtits totaliln more than $150,000 in interest alleged to be unreported me to he filed In tl.n. Cook county "Circuit Court mgainst Wllllom Ryrn. ,'r, and Edward E. Mitchell. " Tii.. latter" suits probably will be tied there today.. They were sent to Cool: County Because many .of their, bonir.a-m, tvho are made party dc-r-edtiute-, ics.de there. ' ! While ffvoval hundred bondsm...

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

. . . . ; ruse . - : . .. t. V t. : 1. . ' - - t;r,'?t" - . ' , wv- - TT ' , . . . j " 4 A v i " THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 46 No. 315 .MARION, ILLINOiar TUESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1921 Subscription f 1.60 Per Yw HOLD OLAXT MOVIE THEATRE WHERE FIVE LOST LIVES IN A PANIC FARMERS ADOPT J BURGLAR ALARMS I ItUJU FUNERAL SAT; WATi'Mcnniii 1922 POLICIES E DEPENDABLE n nliuuinm 11 N'M M W mi s 'tdii Funeral for Carbondale Man le to be Hsid at Shlloh Church in This County. The funeral of T. J. Claxt.n, who1 HEREIN. ' Dec. J,-U.CSeclal) Cordied on Thursday evening - at n'ne oner William McOprh. -was tailed o'clock at the' '-family . heme at .Car- bare ca Thursday and'-conducted an Bondale will bo heldon Saturday af. 1 inaucst into the death' of Herman : ternoon at two o'clock at the Shlloh 1 Dematti. Th0. jury selected wss.s comchurch. ,Mr. Claxton5s a veteran Of i po.:e:l of George' Galligan,. Fred Myers, .the Civil War and Is well fcncwa la j Ellena, Angelo '.. Venegonl,...

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

9, isn the REfUBUCAN.kSACSR Mr.etffrgm) P$V 103 Franklin Street. .. ,-, , Jtoftce, fiuaei. . W. 0. f.AISI.ET. Sdiwr r SUSSCRIPT.ICN KATES: For Six Monti Per Year . . . I -75 . 158 t .:AU .subscriptions- payables, "advanca.- Paper will M B(Qipa -at-expiration oi time pais to unless teiintwd. Watered at the post oCUct at Marion, Illinois, m ietonu ciass mau matter. ; President Hardinsr hag a different con ; C3ptionbf what our soldiers fought for in T7 J5 .i . tr t n franca irom mat enienainea oy cis pre. -Secessor in the White House. "I recall the aaysi'Vsaid Mr. . Harding over the bier of me umuiown cieaa, - or creating armies, iuiuiuy ueuiuuxig oi earaveis viueu craved the murderous seas to reach the, .battle : lines for maintained nationality, and pre- . seived "civilization" Mr. Wilson, speaking on .Memorial Day, 1919, aflSurtanes Cemetdy. in. France, said that our soldiers fought for a.; cause "which they1 did not, pretend wi;s. particularly their own, but knew was ' tlrj cause o...

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

THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER PAGE THREE mm 6 ,i ' J)Hnl' Prli .Bamity aJs to be ticjiori at the Family Theatre Saen. - ' At 'Miss -Leela jflkmau, of Salem, 111., - w'.fcaef.'Of Cite I10CO rrJie. offered; to tbe prettiest .girl in the Illinci'.s trict in ' the Globe-Democrat Beauty i Contest wilt niake her appearance! at' the .'Family .Theatre. scoa.: ;' .: Miss Aikman Is tall, has mors pei-ie - -find'. eelf-possession . than- the usual : tlrl nf '1S hut r.n nflil!it t1nt rum luiua; buy vainer uui cicely and 'has the -Wideawake-air. of tte ambitious worker. ' She is- the daughter , of ilr. ar.d :, Mrs. Orville AUman, o? S.lerii, il., , wnere sne nas uvea tor .a - jea-.s. She was born October. 19, 16C2; at St. Elmor 11. Miss Aila:;an Is making .a concert .tour thrucut. tr.e: c.nes or Illinois in ortk-r to pay -her way thru college. Tha first ol the soar -flic will return to the Bush- Conservatory .of Music at Chicago,, where she "&. a regular student last w.lntor.. -:' Miss Aikm...

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

PAGE FQilUr ITHI ILL LEAD OllTBALL TEAM Jcsio 8mlthrTaoKI, Chos" a -19Si '. Captain -et Banquet In Henor of the Ttm. At the banouet given at the-Crystal Cafo Friday 'vening by. tie 'Marion Township high school Pep Club in honor of uths nigh school football tern, Jcasa Smith of the Jun.orClass wUs chosen .as captain of tha ' jeatn oi 1922. Letters were ajso presented by Coach A. C. tinier to men. e-.gfct of whoa' have plny'ed their lE3t game cf . football on the1- high school team, . . . ; Piates were laid for i2. mostly high school students and teachers and the following menu was 'Served: , Chicken" a'lakiug " . Mashed potatoes Cream Peas in Cream Ripe Ohvea Celery ; Ice Cream and Chocolate Flavor Hot Biscuits Butter .' . Coffee Frof. Dwight L, Dumond ;aa toit. master introduced the speaker with appropriate remarks for each; Miss Verna Church of the; Music Department first entertained the guest3 on the piano and was followed by iiiss Kuth Mitchell, with a: vocal solo. ... ." : , Hiu...

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

arc rc wi okSemi THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 4G No. S16 MARION, ILLINOIS. I'KIDAY, DECEMBER 9. 1921 Subscription fer Year MMI ifvj n n a ii y BUMS W W II I 11 1 11 n 11 1 II 'JJL' AGOGA NUMBER DECIDED HIT targe Audience Greeted V. S. Watkins, Noted Impersonator, Monday Night 5o Agoga Class of The First 1 flat church made another dedited I t with lovers ot clean umusenmnt Monday night," wlon (hoy- presented V. S. Watkins as Iho second nmnbor of the lycpuin course for the winter season. This was the first, appearance of Mr. Wat kins in Marion, but he has own with 'the Iiedpath ISureau for the past six years and brot with fns a remarkable record of repented engagements."" Mr. Watkins Is a reader and impersonator of ability. His earlier training was on the stage, wheich fitted him well for his present, line of work. Coupled with that he is a deep student of human nature which enables him to interpret with feellug tlio-.viirintis -characters whom he depicts. The. ...

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

'. 1 4 iSS3SSS MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN LHADER ncorporatd) Publiihera. 103 Franklin Street. Marion, Illinois. w. o. Paisley, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY. City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Six Months Per Year ....... . .75 . 1.60 All subscriptions payable in advance. topped at expiration of time paid to unless renewed. Entered at the post office at jecond class mail matter. Marion, Illinois, ai COUNTY M. S TO MEET HERE Woman's Missionary Societies of Baptist Association in all Day t Meeting. SHOP AT HOME Christmas shopping is getting under way. "Shop at horre," suggests the leading paper of a small New Hampshire city. It is a suggestion which the citizens of any community may well take to heart. The home town merchants are anxious to sserve. They can only enlarge their facilities for service as their patronage permits it. If there are things which they do not carry they will be glad to order them, if the customer will , make his special desire known. The chances are that...

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