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

..... J 'J' . ' ! BAR DANCERS ; FROM CHURCH Baptist Minister Condemned Dancing and Cards In No Uncertain '' '' Terms. ,, . : ,. . a. .-- , that. flllPd the aige. First Baptist, Church building in this city to eapacity the pastor, Dr. A. K. Prince delivered a sermon S unday.night that spoke in no uncertain terms on the puestion of popular amusements and t int did not contain any commend, ' tion to evil doers tor.tbelr. wmghl. cous pi act ices, j . I The pnnlor began his sermon by reading n part or the 3.'lrd chapter of Ezekiol and commenting" on the scripture -as he read. H pointed out the position of a prophet of. God in the fixes past and showed how he was set a watchman on I lie .wallR of -Israels and how it was his I Ill I III! Ill l'l-ll:t' HI l l IIIIKI "Hllll'lll ImsinesR to, sound the war ning when he saw any danger threatening the welfare of the people. lie then .stated that the minister of today, if he is true to his trust,, stands in the same responsible relation to men :s...

Publication Title: Marion Semi-Weekly Leader
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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 9 December 1921

e C.I1P.S. CO, TO ENLARGE PLANT Muddy Plant, Near Harrisburg, l To Be Increased In Near Future Says Report 0 , The Muddy power plant . of the Central Illinois Public Service Cooipany, lii'ar lluiTixhtirg, is to ho , entiistnlling much new equipment, larged according to tlio following from the Huiiishiirg Register. , Fast Increasing t,.-mani"is for power fiom Ihe lilant nl Muddy and thr favorable outlook for a continuation of tins demand are the causes of extensive "preparations now being mart by the Central Illinois Public. Her vice Company to enlarge il's present power plant at Muddv. The company is now considering There are now in tills great power plant three machines of live thousand KVA capacity. When the equipment is In place, that plant will be the largest south of Chicago. This will probably necessitate nn - oilier-nign tension ioie uwu n.-..- iwiasii Johnslon Cily and West Frankfort, going by the way of the Saline ('unity Coal Company known as No.. 4 - mine. The company alr...

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

a! w a VB as Jrs (tmm .-. i' . '. ' . ' '-' . THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 46 No. 317 m.Akjon, Illinois; tihsijay likcumbkr is, 1921 '"0 Subscription 1.59 Per Yti POSSIBILITY OF SUDDEffWAB WITH JAPAN HAS BEEN ELIMINATED SEATER MARION SECOIO DEflTI IN IDEAL H S. ESCAPED CONVICT WAS KILLED BY ' FELLOW CONVICT DOSING FLIGHT GLOB IT II, S. 1SAMEII1LY eoys em - li I If ,89 ,;H r m Japan lias Accepted the Naval Ratio Laid Down Sy ; Hughes and Air Agree to No Fortification ' Of the Pacific Islands ' DISCUSS FOR A HOE Good Crowd Attended Meeting . City' Hall Friday Evening Committees Appointed. in The delegates from tho .various labor unloiiH in the city met in the City-Hall Friday niIit for the pur-, 'pose of discussing plans lev the establishment of a hospital. Eq .Inrdon presided nt the meeting uniil SV. 11. Ulx was chosen as peinmnni chairman and Charts Wimborly secretary. There wore abolt 40 piesent nt "this meeting and another is to ' be held Friday night, Decem...

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

VAGfc TWO THE.' SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER TCESJJAt, DECEMBER IS 1821 MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADB'M.XJK S&. X 1CARR OF GHIUAGO HEADS COMMITTEE THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers. lOt Franklin Street. Marlon, Illinois, W. 0. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Six Months ' Per Year 16 All Bubscriptlons payable in advance. Paper will be topped at expiration of time paid to unless renewed. 1 Entered at tbe post office at Marion, jecond class mail matter. Illinois, as COAST-TO-COAST RATES The railroads are asking for a reduction if rates on transcontinental freight. They want it not for the altruistic purpose of reducing the nation's cost of living buf withe practical purpose of meeting the coast-to-coast water rates. " Ships, eager for - business, are really competing for the traffic and carrying feright via t"e canal in about the same time that the railroads take, and considerably cheaper. The railroads are determined to meet this water c...

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

TUESDAY" DECEMBER '8,1921 THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER PAGE THREE CHILD BURNED TO DEATH FRIDAY "8mal Son of Randall Jones Died When Flames Consumed Home in Johnston City. JOHNSTON CITY, : Dec. 10. George Warren "Jones, small son of Mr. and Mrs. Randall Jones, bookkeeper for the- Ernest Coal-Company, was burned to dealh here on Friday afternoon wbeii the Junes homo was totally destroyed by fire, Tim child was two years and foui- months of age. Olenna, the four year old sister, was also asleep in thehouso when the fire started, hut escaped unhurt and gave the alarm. The mother, who Is prominent in Eastern Star work, had left the baby In care of a nelgnbor and wns uptown at the time of the fire. The neighbor had left the house for a few minutes and when she returned the whole building was a mass of flams and rescue was impossible. Lyle, eight years old, was in sehool at the time of the fire. The little child was a nephew of lug other 'men ut this work. He gees Mrs. A. J. Hudgens of East Main...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 13 December 1921

HIE SE?H-WEKLY LEADER TCESDAY, DECEMBER 13 1921 SILVER'S LADIES PURE THREAD SILK, HOSE with Lisle Tops, Seam up the back in Black, Havana Brown, Grey and Pink. Regular" Value up to $2.00 SALE PRICE Your Unrestricted Choice of any Ladies'' Haf in our Store." Values up' to $15.00 $3.98 CHILDRENS HATS Your Choice ' $LO 1Q Sale Price . . v117 98 PAGEFOUK It has been our custom for the past Eight years in appreciation for the wonderiul business that we have enjoyed from year to year to give in return" to the people of Marion and vicinity an opportunity to get What They Want, When They Want It, at a fraction of their everyday price. This bit of news will be welcomed by alUas it means a-saving of Dollars, on your purchases of Holiday Goods, and gives everyone a chance to obtain their fall and winter goods at a fraction of their true worth and everyday price. ' ' . .v i ; ' - ; - ' - "- ' ' ( - - -'.-', Sale Starts Thursday, Dec. 15, and Ends Tuesday, Dec, 20 Just Five Days, -but Each Day P...

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

Mamok v-v jujujcuj.i; t,' " ''"'.:."" V "' .-' THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSO N COUNTY - Vol. 48 No. 318 1UJUON, ILLINOIS. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1921 Suc-rcriitlon ft.;")!.' Per Year MURDERER MAKES DARING ESCAPE Most Sensational and Daring Escape , . in Chicago History of Crime. ;i; CHICAGO, Dec. 12. Police are today searching for Tommy O'Conuor, murderer, sentenced to be hung on Thursday and two other prisoners who escaped with him from the county jit.il Sunday morning. Police Chief Fitzmorris declares that the escape was n frame up and that the guard who was "overpowered" is under arrest as is Dave O'Connor, Drother of 'tho escaped gunman. ' O'Connor while while exercising at 1. a. m. Sunday; attacked the only Kiiard in the enclosure at the- time and produced a hidden gun with which .he beat the guard over the toad. Six other guards were beaten to Insensibility and O'Connor and the other two fled to the basement, then scaled a 12 foot wall, eommagdered an automobile, poking...

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

PAGE TWO THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1821 midiav crMi wrniv irinru! the right spirit rmmUil jLlll" u LLI1L1 LLHUL1 Are Vou willinc? to forget what you have (incorporated) Publishers. j done for othor peppte and remember' what THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER 103 Franklin Street. Marlon, Illinois. W. O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY City, Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Six Months Per Year ...... .$ .75 . 1.50 All subscriptions payable iu advance. Payer will be topped at expiration "of time paid to unless renewed. . what the world owes you, and to think what you owe N the world; to put your rights in the background, and your duties in the, middle distance, 'and -your chances to dr a little more than 'your duty in the forecTouud ; to nee that your fellow men Entered at the post office at Marion, - Illinois, jecond class mail matter. ORIENTAL COMPETITION "aa'a.r.0 just as real as you are, and to try to look bebindtheir-faces to their hearts, - j hungry for joy; to own that probabl...

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

fcFRlPAY, DECEMBER lft, J&' II. S. VICTORY WAS THREATENED West Frankfort Baeketbatler Staged Wonderful Come Back in ' . Second Half (By Homer Butler) WEST FRANKFORT, Dec. 12 In tiie iai miuuie ui pittj wuu uulu 1 teams lighting their best and with Marion leading by one point the score 19-18, Captain Belford of- the Marion Township high school basket ball team caged the final basket from the sideline and chinchcd the victory--for-his -team with the final score 21 to 18. The new West Frankfort gymnasium with a seating cpaclty of 1200 was crowded Saturday night when, the West .Frankfort team lost Its first game of the season af ter staging a come back in the last halt and scored sixteen points. The evening C. & E. I. train out of Mar ion with three extra coaches had carried 200 Marion fans to : West Frankfort where Principal Wilson of the West Frankfort school bad an entire section of seats reserved for them.- The train was held until after the game, reaching Ma...

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

; - . ' tut &m uwzxhlx lbas ; ' r CONVENTION HEARS REPORT At the Tuesday morning session the first committee to report was the one- on constitution. The members were Hugh WiUias, Geo. Koonee. W. II. Trout, Areha Adams, Sylvester Hooper, Ray Mathis r.nd Robert ' Jacobey. Their report was gone over carefully and then acted on by the delegacies. Other committee reports "are being presentee in order. At 5 p. m. the member oi I tie convention will be the guests of Marlon business men at a banquet to be given at the Crystal Cafe. This is a complimentary dinner at which 200 are to be seated. A short program will be given and u will be- :is an 'ession of good fellowship. te second day of the V. I'. W. of Sub-District convention at the f .''.! Hall opened with ihu-reading 1 t'le report of Secretary-Treasurer 8. Davis. This was olio replete '. information regarding the membership and the Lnincial work of the 18 months since the last convention woe hold jit Itpi-riii on jMav 117. h...

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

K Semi-Weekly ; v".. . : v. . .Vi. .; THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSO N COUNTY Vol. 40 No. 319. MARION, ILLINOIS. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1921 Subscription $1.6P Per Tear 1 CLUB HOME BUREAU SOLDIER BODY FARM BUREAUS ! HAD FINE YEAR ILLUSTRATED TALK TO BUREAU STORES EXTEND CLOSING HOURS Former N. Y. Governor Brought Lloyd George and De Valera Together HOLDS CONFERENCE ENROUTE HOME v "The Old Testament yVorld" Is Theme of Interesting Program' at Presbyterian Church The regular meeting of 'the Presbyterian Woman's Club was held at Hi'i church on iThnrsdny evening wltn p splendid attendance. A delightful piano duet' waB rendered by .Mrs, (lortdard and Miss Florence Goff lis a' pint ot the jmislc program and an "old fashioned sing" was a closing feature.' The papers of the evening were on "The Old Testament World," with Mrs. Nella Woodhridge .having one on "The Leading Conntrio and Chief Cities.'.' Mrs.- Oldham Paisley spoke on "The.. Leading Rivers" and Miss Louise Cooper on yrhe L...

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

TUKS IAY, DECEMBRR 20, 1921 PAGE TWO THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER marion: SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers. 103 Franklin Street. ' Marion, Illinois W. 0. PAISLEY, Editor' OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Pnr 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 at econd class mail matter. WHAT SOME BIG MEN HAVE SAID Follow the truth. That is science. That is, art. That is learning. That alone is civilization." -Vice President Coolidge. "The moral law will always remain that which was laid down .by Marcus Aure- . lius and restated- by Kant : "Act as if the destiny of the universe depended upon your' acts." Prof. Charles Ricket. "Canadian soil is dishonored and the good name of Canada dragged in the dust by scoundrels who make fortunes thru providing our neighbors to the south with the means of debauchery in defiance of the laws of the Unite...

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

f A TUESDAY. DECKM URIi 20. 1921 NORMAL BASKET. ' .BALL SCHEDULE THE SEMI-WEEKLY . LEADER PAGE THREE '.":; ;: ;.'.. . '' Tho Eavptian, College Paper, Tells of Conference Meeting' at Bloomington. The following report on trie 'college athletic conference Is taken . from "The Egyptian" the official paper of the Carhondale Normal student body: . The annual meeting of the Illinois Athletic Conference . was held at - Bloomington recently and .several Issues 'of importance were discussed. The thing of most interest to local ' athletic followers was the decision not lo have the intercollegiate basket hall tournament, tftr,s year. ' This has been ai annual affair for years and hui been ' the greatest, in- the world. Hut lack of attendance and consequent financial loss' to the teams in gathering from all , over the state made It advisable to nto have one this . : year. . -. It wtjs voted not to award a base ball ehViinpioiiship for last year and no foot ball championship for ; this .fall. Lom...

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

TUESDAY. DECEMBER 20, 1921 ,4 PAGE FOUR THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER Y FOUND NEW PLACE TO KEEP "MULE Sheriff Thaxton Makes Dozen An rests and Mayor Lands a " Few Himself. Sheriff Melvin Thaxlon accomna nied by Deputy Sheriffs S. E. Storme, John Schaeffer and Al Richardson went to Number Nine mine' Saturday night and raided a place owned by Willie Ilonds, coloied. They found booze being sold and Rambling in pi ogress so brought all of the inmates of the place to Marion. Those who plead guilty and ware fined were Gllis Cosher, Earnest John liradloy.'Jim Harrison, James Martin Will Watson and Sarah Jackson. Four of wbm are colored. It cost Gosher $112 for running-a gambling ' house, and cost the othes- $22.50 t each for gambling. Bonds was ar- ' rested for making and selling liquor and was to make hi3 plea on Friday. The eases were, all heard in Squire George D. MKlera court and nil plead quilty, except Bonds who was not in. court Thursday night. In a recent raid the Sheriff found a ' new pl...

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

u2 m AJL i Ju THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 46 No. 320 MARION, ILLINOIS. FRIDAY, DECKMBER 23, 1921 Subscription tLM Pr Vmu , MAR OK SEMI-WEE PRESBYTERIANS INSTAL OFFICERS Three Eldert and Two Deacons are Ordained at Special Service on Sunday Afternoon. At a special service held at 2:30 Sunday afternoon the newly elected elders and deacons of the 'Presbyterian church were ordained and installed. The service was conducted by the pastor, Dr. H. .A. Goft, who was assisted by Rev. W. D. Vater of St. Louis. The following' were the new officials who have been added to the list of the church board: Elders, C. J. Ramsey, W. B. Rotho find Roy Warner. Deacons, Charles Wasliburn and Leo Courtney. , Rev. Vawter spoke on the work of the church among the young people at ttie Sunday school and at .the Christian Endeavor meetings on Sunday,, both of which were well attended. HELD FUNERAL FOR WAR HERO Harry Sullins Who Died In .World War is Given Fitting Burial at Ozark. Several...

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

PAGE TWfl THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER riuui, av.i;. v x ."j Li 1.-1 1 , z.j. ih m MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER;AB0U EEN SStt ANGEL THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publisher.. , Abou Bgn Adhem (may hlS tribe increase) 103 Franklin Street Marion, Illinois. , f & , Qf psace, A .,..'I-U J - 1,"...T,4. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: riim Ociw, v umu Uie UlUViiiLiLLii ui ma lUVlll, Pnr six Months $ .75 1 Making it rich and like a lily in bloom, Per Year : 150 1 An angel writing in a book of gold All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will be; ExCCOdlnO' DOace had made Bell Adhem stopped at expiration of time paid to unless renewed. j i 7 1 , - - - j W. O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. Entered at the post office at Marion, Illinois, as jecond class mail matter. WHAT SOME BIG MEN. HAVE SAID "If the people are to rule, they are to rule because of their intellectual and moral convictions as the sources of power." Lord Bryce at Princeton, "Necessary education is learning how ...

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

THE SEMI -WEEKLY LEADER PAGE THREE FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1921 ii t ... S MOUNT VERNO AND CREAL LOST State Champions 'Took Former Cham pionship Team in Two by Big Score. f ' First Team Scores Todate. "Dec. '3: Marion 36, Pincfley--v'ille 12. ; Dec. 10-, Marion 21, West Frankfort 18. . Dec. 17: Marion 36, Mt. Vernon 3. x TotiLli Marion' 93, opponents 33. - .. -. " HltH t ttU Tlie basket bari teams of the M. T. H. S. defeated their, opponents "by overwhelming scores in . the double header 'in the high school gymnasium Saturday night. The defenders of. the state championship titled gave the Mt. .Vernon Quintet the hardest defeat ol the year by a score of 36 to 3 without 'allowing a single, field basket. The second squad was . victorious in the - game with Creal Springs high to tht . tun of 32 to 5. ' . In the bip5,game of the evening, lit Vernon started the game at a pace that was too fast for the men to maintai nwhile the first half of the gauj. was gone befol-e' all of the' Marion men ...

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

PAGE YOUR FRIDAY. DECEMBER, 23, 1921 THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER COURT HOUSE VOTE APRIL 11 The December meeting of the Williamson county board of supervisors opened on Tuesday and the first day wag spent In handling reports among which was ,one from the delegates to the slate convention of County Clerks and Supervisors. This was liold at Alton from Sept. 27 to 29 and was one which was devoted to the study of .the business of handling the affairs of the counties. T. C. Reams, C. I. Anderson, Samuel Stearns and E. It Reobey formed the Williamson "county delegation. On Tuesday morning the court house question came up. This was in accordance with a resolution adopted at the September meeting of the board on motion of Chniiinan T. C. Kearns of Herrin. At that time the building committee was instructed to employ legal aid in preparing an election to decide on whether or not a new court house should be erected and also as to the method of paying for same. This committee consisted of Supervisors...

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

J'.. J 4 Marion !f V.' Jit THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 46 No. 321 MARION, ILLINOIS. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1921 , SuIji$1.60 Per Year DOUBLE FUNERAL 'MARION WON JOSEPH MOUSER HELD WEDNESDAY! BY CLOSE SCORE DIED THURSDAY MINERS BOARD GOES TO MARION NEGRO ROBBED PYTHIAN SISTERS U.S. TEACHER! ELECT OFFICERS v Miss Ruth Bentley Had Hand' Bau ' Interesting Business Session Is Held v Stolen bv Nearo Man While f Followed by Refreshments TRADES COUNCIL HOLDS ELECTIC Well Known Merchant Died at His Home After Several Months of III Health. : January Meeting Will be Held at Marion on the 16th of Next Month. Old Officers of Central Labor are Re-Elected for Another Year. Services for Charley Powell and An. ' drew- Anderson at Second ' Baptist Church, Th M, T. H. S. State Champions Won Fourth Game by Only One ' Pointt Friday Nigh. , Waiting for Train. . j ' in Basement, uri The Second Baptist' church', on South Russell street was filled to overflowing - Wednesday afternoon ...

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

rtTESDAr,- fiECEMBERi 27, ' 1921 PAGE TWJ THE SEMI-WEEKLY EESDEK . ..' ill" .! ! 1 J MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers. 103 Franklin Street. Marion, Illinois.' Rn,.oaof Hvoa in flnnoTOQa "linlrmo- rr. th MOST CONGRESSMEN ARE CHURCH MEMBERS After all, it seems that 411 of our 435 State Meeting Qf Dairymen To Be Held Jan. 17 SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Wlui t promises lo' be the greatest meeting in the forty-eight years of will Jr yix Months Per Year oLmiAM WisLEY.'citv Editor. I church." They distribute their religious preferences around among a large number, limois Dairymens Association 1 , , , ,? , , , ,,, bf held in Lawrenceville, .la s .is.ut uteus ctiiu ueuuimnauuiio, uut uiiiiy &t 17, is, I!), 1922. . . 1.50 W. F. To Fight f ; TeleBhone Raise meal springs 4 I A-......-., va--. cnl n Rnrina- field to Appear Before the Commission. Albert Slimmer 1ms been remodelling his dwelling somewhat on East , . v j Kelley street, also adding concre...

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