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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 13 January 1922

i RIDAl, JANUARY 13, 1923 ; THE SEMI-TOEKLY " fcEADEtf 1 ' PAGE THREP PWEN STOTLAR IS SELECTED arlon Star is Chosen on State University Freshman Basket' Ball .- Squad. ' URBAN A, Jan. 11. Thirty-three en have succeeded i nsurviving the 1st cut in the Freshman . A'arsity taketball squad. In making this cut, fcach Bearg hag retained those canjciates who have showed promise of frveloping into players ol varsity ilibre. The start of the season found Sme 300 Freshmen aspiring for a h - 4l, ..mii'l nl nt'to. snn ioerable practice, only the most desirable players have been kept, i The men chosen will be pitted gainst the Varsity squad hereafter nd from ail indications should give Je veterans soiub hard battles. Following Is the list of Freshman arsity basketeers: C. F. Angell, Bate Creek, Mich.; D. 0. Allison, Asimption; R. L. Armstrong Terre Caute, Ind.; W. W. Earreti, Hume; j D. Brown, Wilmette; A. H. Bueche, .igin; S. C. Burke, San Antonio, 'ex.; D. Chesneau, Omaha, Neb.; J. Doolen,.. C...

Publication Title: Marion Semi-Weekly Leader
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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 13 January 1922

FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 192.0 PAGE FOUR ANNUAL REPORT OF COMMITTEE OF FINANCE SEPT, MEETING, 1921 THE ' . SIR. tilt! mg CHAIRMAN AND ;CKNTLE.VIB.N Ol' HOARD OP SUPER VISORS ,. We the Committee on Finance beg leave to 'prpsent following ANNUAL REPORT for the year- commenc- on the ,16th (lay of September lOL'o ana cmmis September 16th, 1921. Valance in Treasury above all nubilities and oiitHlaiuling orders, September 16l.Ii, 4920.. $27,128.00 Jah. 8,-1921 Received from L. 0. Cniiliiirwr...... ': 2,307. SS . March 8, 1921 Received from E, H. Scobey ", 1,910.85 April 22, 1921 -Rotoived from ;Wm. -MeCowii : . 224.00' -Milv .31, 1921 Transferred .County -Tat-.:,..-,: 47.313.67 Jiilv 1, 1921 Received from: L'.i O-.-CapliliKJ-, ,' 2,751.21; AuRiist 21, 1921 Receiver froui E.' 11. Scobey ' 948.70 : Sept:- 1, 'lOSl.TCouuty Tax ,29,805.08 '175 Same. . . H!)2 Duncan & Baker 7t!i:i Mlli-phys!" ,1'n. '1!4 Id.", Same. . , Kn me . . . 7 t;i(l Same. . . 7107, Same... : 7 1 I'M Sa.ne. . . 7lo...

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PAGE FIVE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 13 January 1922

PAGE FIVE FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1022 7 20 tt.OO 0.00 i 5.00 0.00 20.55 II 00 8.00 03)0 i.00 24.00 (i 00 0.00 (1.00 0.00 '"'M"t " "" 1,1 " . , aVnual REPORT. Couljuucd from Page Four) f flerk. Bet V'17 .1 T. Anderson. Same r,8 Kobcoo VV. Tlpiijr, in 'lll Allen, House :''n.liinie8 Payne. '.il Hav Judge till Mttlll llussei.,4 J'n.v I .i i.ilL-i'. Met. ... i . ' u.a j. T. Wool iimrn. same '114 liOVU ,i. POOCHS. J'V Clcrk . . .- . . . Delmiis. Cruddock, . 8nme . ...... toon .civ of .Cartcrvllle, House item i;7 Hi. N. Berry, 1 Day .1 mitre. Ect.. ......... .1 Biih M. S. Russell, name.. W. C. Tygett.. 1 Jay .1 uclire (7ii .1. T. North. 1 Day ti a v' Williams. Sanie Ira Mllo l'liemlsler. Same -fl 00 J7.3 Sarah Ileindman, . 'House Kent; Kt p M. Futrell. 1 Day s.lil(I" Hct '75 L II. I'ox. : Name.. . !7il Oral. Craig. Same,,.. 177 I-esler Cos. 1 JJay. Cleric .. ' 7S 'I!. .1 Taylor.. Stune. .. 70 Fred Hooyer. Same,. 80 Dallas (iarDes. House Kent ' SI C'itv of . Ilorrlu, Same 8" A. It. Heel or. 1 ...

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PAGE SIX [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 13 January 1922

FIUDAY, JANUARY 13, 1922 PA'GS 5S THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER Parish Park Place V Homes Are Naring Completion The second group of homes in ParIfsh Park Place is now nearlng completion. Those erected by A. J. Rooms, L I. Roberts and Ed Hartwell on South Virginia street have been occupied for several weeks. !Now four others are nearly finished in tlio next block. . , , The building restrictions require that the houses shall cost not less than $;!,000 each, shall eland at least 30 leet from the sidewalk line, shall have no outride toilets and that there shall be but one house on a lot. All the houses which are being built so much above these requirements. ..There are four houses in the second group and these adjoin each olher. The north one is being built by L. Menzer and Harry Norman is" the contractor; the next will be the home ol II. Stuckenbruck and Arthur 'Atwood is the builder there as he is also of the home of J. A. Gaskill; F. Turner is building the next house which is also his own ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 17 January 1922

MARION SEM-WEEKI. THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Subscription J1.EI Per Year MARION, ILLINOIS. TUESDAY, JANUARY ;17, 1922. Vol. 46 No. 326 CO.TieSlEi. AT EFFINGHAM KILLED HIMSELF Amos. Munday Never cffTX " ness After - .Shot OFFICE RECORDS TO BE CHECKED Was '. Known to Have had Financial Diffi vculties recently EFFINGHAM, Janri:i Amos Mutt.dnv, seed 57. Treasurer of Effingham 'co inty is dead today from a self inflirted gunshot wound in the right temple. Munday died last night without regaining consciousness. He left no word or indication, as to the motive K for the deed. It is said that he had had some financial difficulties recently and a check of the records in his Office has been ordered, allho everything seems to he alright. SPRINGFIELD, Jan. 13. Worryover the difficulties of his daughters. Iloulah and Cleo, is -believed lo have caused' the suicide of County Treas ruer Munday at EtTWgham Itwas disclosed today lhal the "(,'overiior had refused a requisition from ...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 17 January 1922

f 1023 . PAGE TWO THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEAQER MARION SEMI WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers. 103 Franklin Street. Marion, Illinois. W. O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Por Six Months Per Year ... .75 ... 1.50 All subscriptions payable in advance. . Paper will be (topped at expiration of time paid to unless renewed. Entered at (lie post office lecond class mail matter. at Marion, Illinois, T,00 BUSY TO IMPKOVE Below we reprint an editorial from The Armour Magazine which was the New Year's message of J. Ogden Armour to his employees. It is one thing we believe is worth' "passing along", as the thought is based on every day conditions of life. The article follows: v "Too Busy to Improve" When opportunity knocks at your door, do you answer, "I '.. ha vent time"? This is the age-old excuse that has kept many a man from making his mark. In its capacity for covering a multitude of short-comings, it has no equal. It's the world's gre...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 17 January 1922

rrwsnAY, January n: 1922 EIGHT JOBS $50 THE SEMI,WEEKLY LEADER US YEAR St. Louis County Official rs a Regular "Pooh-Bah" With Small Returns. - With two hundred and seventy- seven pounds ndvoirdupois and eight city, county and Btnte jobs elective and appointive Jack Sturdy of Val ley Park, St. Louis. County, claims to be tile heavyweight job holding cnampion of the worm, ana chal lenges all comers. Sturdy boasts of tne toiiowmg ofiiees; .- v - Justice of the Peace -of BonhommM -Township. ' .... ;' - - City Colloetoif of Valloy Park. I'olice Judge of Valley Talk. Deputy Sheriff of . Bonhomme Township. ' . School Director of" Valloy Park. Secretary of "the oBafd of Education, Valloy Park. Notary Public. Itocelver- for ' (he Mnrtie-Depner-Klino Grocery Company. When not occupied in one of his various ofrieial capacities, Sturdy earns a little side money by selling accident, life, fire and tornado insurance and by Tep.reseuting a howling concern. Marries Eloping Couples. : . ,lle also sp...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 17 January 1922

FAGE FOUR THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER TUESDAY. JANUARY 17. 1322 RIX SAYS ALL CITIZENS WILL IE BENEFITTED sident of Marion Trades Council Makes Statement HOSPITAL WILL SERVE COMMUNITY Expects Craftsmen to Give Movement Their Full Support .William Rix. president of the Trades Council, has expressed himi .I .,uu ' soil as very -mucn impi-mam neonle who are engaged in the ci-aits, trade, and businesses will receive tha benefits which those of our from the Marion Cily Hospital. In speaking of this phase of the pro - leet Mr. Rix said: . I'No class of our people will be more benefited by the building of he Marlon City Hospital than those enfi:;ed in. the various crafts, or trades." Many of them do not own auto mobiles and to some of I hem a ran road trip would involve an expense which might mean a liarnsnip, pai ieulariv if the afflicted member of the JnMily had to he accompanied bv another member of the ramiry 7 This would be especially true where an operation of great seriousness had to be e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 20 January 1922

JMKIOKSEM I-WEEK 17 JUI j THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol.' 46 No.. 327 UARION, ILLINOIS. FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1922 Subscription $l.u(? Per Year TERM EXPIRES ON FEBRUARY 4 Civil Service Examina - tions Are to Be Given . Soon. SEVERAL CANDIDATES FOR THE POSITIONS Educations Experience Trainin'g and Fit WRECKED BANK TO REORGANIZE Night and Day Bank at St, Louis May Again be Opened Under -New Management, ST. LOUIS, Jan.' 17. Tho nouncement was made today Former Governor Major that Night and Day bank, which ONE DEAD AT WEST FRANKFORT Irfa Dunnlgan Shot and Killed Near West Frankfort by Wesley Freeman, Jr., Saturday Night. an-! WEST FRANKFORT, Jan. 16 by (Special) Ira Dunnlgan, 28, is dead the and "Bill" Sweet, 3S, is in the hospit- was al here, not expected to recover fol- ness to Decide. ' The REPUBLICAN has been notified that there will be a civil service examination on February .14th for the postmaster of Marion. According to the announcement tho vacancy occurs on F...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 20 January 1922

PAGE TWO THE "SEMI-WEEKLY ' LEADER FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1021 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 . .75 . 1.50 All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will lis stopped at expiration of lime paid to unless renewed. . Entered at. tbe post office ut Morion, Illinois, jecond class mail matter. REALLY CONFER AT WHITE HOUSE CONFERENCES "The conference of Republicans at the White House Sunday night was the occasion for general, expression of opinion on every important issue of national .affairs. It was not a bringing together of a number of experienced public men to listen to a felicitating address by Mr. Harding. -The Affairs as well as personal THE POINT OF, VIEW , . A story handed down from Antiquity tells how three blind men were taken to "see" an elephant. - The first one graspett the swinging trunk and .assert...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 20 January 1922

FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1923 THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER PAGE THREE MAN SHOOTS H!S WIFE AND THEN' SHOOTS HIMSELF Believed That Woman VVill Recover 'From Wounds. . MAN HAD BEEN GIVEN WARNING Husband in H e r r i r Hospital and Condition is Serious. , Co.ner William McCown -and Deputy Sheriff Al Riclii.Json were called to- Number Nine mine at noon WedaHBi:V.' B'lt it is believed now that tii n, coroner will not be neeuea una the responsible party is so seriously wound-id that a deputy sheriff is not necessar otthar at the present, time. A while nam, 'whose name' could not be uscerlnind by telephone, shot his wife three Ones-and then turned the Klin en himself. The wife is being cared for at Number Nine und the husband was taken to the Herrin Hospital, where it js thnt .that he may die. - Deputy Sheriff Sam Slkes arrested tliig man on Monday for disturbing the peace of bis wife, from whem he luul separated, and he was released on promise of good behavior. The ' man then left the camp and was no...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 20 January 1922

PAGE FOUR THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER FRIDAY. JANUARY 20. 1921 HONALD GIVES HIS OPINION Statement is Made In Regard to the Collective Idea ot Bargaining. SPRINGFIELD, Jan. 18.-Several weeks ago John L. Lewis, pre.siden of tha United Mine Workers issued a call for an Interstate joint conference between coal operators' associations and officers of the United Mine' Workers In an effort to fix a universal wage scale for the connirv. Homo of the Ohio operators refused to attend the conference and Lew is called it off. Illinois operators protested against calling oft the meetNow Dr. F. C. llonnotd. secretary ' of the Illinois Coal Operators' Assoc la'.lon issues a statement In which he takes a stand against "Joint Collective Bargaining." His statement i ,l,ia subject fol lows: ' "Joint collective bargaining is :r .,.-int r.p flll( DO ICv Wllieiv mw'"' among industries during the past 20 has lieretol'ore justified itself. mi-of" lii..-nnso through the selection of fullv authorized representativ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 24 January 1922

THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 40 No. 328 MARION. ILLINOIS.. TUESDAY, JANUARY , 24, 1322. Subscription fl.fff Per Yexr BEFORE TRYING TO KILL WIFE iYROTE FAREWELL - Fred Pryor, who Died - in Hospital, Planned Double Death. LITTLE CHANCE FOR RECOVERY OF WIFE WOMEN'S)! CLUB FAVORS THE , GITr HOSPITAL ; - '- -i - s - Mrs. KILLED IN MINE J. M. Mouser Called to Ward, Mining Town in Jackson County. Inquest to Be Held By McCown at Herrin Sunday. Fred Pryor, 2S, Illnois Central Railfortd employe who shot himself after . .attempting to kill his wife at the home of Jiis hi otlier-in-law at Colp Wednesday, died in the Herrin Hospital Wednesday afternoon. The wife Is also In the hospital and physicians now. state that there are slight chances for her recovery. Tlic couple had three small sons who were living with the mother at the time of the shooting. " - ,? . ' Phyor 'had prepared telegrams to be sent to his father at Tamms, 111. and other relatives.-' He- had also-! writt...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 24 January 1922

PAGE TWO MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER! THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER IYSICIANS TI'WmAY. JANUARY 24. l!)23 POPE BENEDICT XV .THE REPUBLICAN LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers. 103 Franklin Street. " Marlon, Illinois. W. O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Six Months Per Year . .76 . 1.50 All subscriptions navabla in advance. Paner will ba Qtnnnaii at ovtiiral ln nf H,v.o Y,oil in ntilDi. .nnOBoJ ' Entered at the post office at second class mail matter. The nassinc: of Pope Benedict XV marks the end of the career of a man who has been a leader in the affairs of his church and also'in the affairs of the world. Often times during his term as the head of the great Koman Catholic church he was called upon to bring about settlements of differences where had he not acted as arbitrator i there micht have been serious conse- TALK HOSPITAL Second Suggested Plan is on Exhibition in Marion State Bank Window. A number of the leading physicians of the city met at the call o...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 24 January 1922

V i ri IIRBDAY, JANUARY 24. 13! THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER PAGE THREE ANTHRACITE GOAL MINERS VOTE TO ; STRIKE APRIL FIRST UNLESS GIVEN TWENTY PER CENT WAGE AOVANC - SHAMOKIN, Pa.,-.; Jan. ; 21.- -The Tri-Districf convention of the an thracite coal miners at 10:30 p. m Friday voted to accept the recom mendation of their scale , committee for suspension of Work in -all an thracite mines on April first unless an agreement Is negotiated c by the . state. . . . . , The miners demand an average." wage increase of. twenty per : cent and have 19 demands which - they state must be accepted by the operators without serious change or else they; will strike, , VTCOIffll! im UiM GLOB GROWING Mrs. Arminta " Hartninn of Johnstcin City spent Thursday in Marion with her neiee, Mrs. Monroe Moore, 909' North' Court -street. , . Mrs.' C. W. Wimberly and daughter, Miss Elanor, . of Mt. , Vernon, are the guests of Mrs. Whnberly's sister, Mrs. Os v. Stull, of North Vieksburg street. Ike Cooper, : REPUBLICAN-L...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 24 January 1922

PAGE FOUR. FARM LEADERS MAKE 2 MOVES Capper Says Lower Freight Rates More Urgent than Passenger Rates. WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. Tho Senate farm bloc mode O, two moves today as follows: Senator Lenroot introduefcii a bill amending the federal farm loan act to enable the farmer to secure long term credits on fam products; Senator Capper declared that the' Interstate Cornmerce commission must soon reduce freight rates and that "unquestionnbly greater economic oeneiu ui una time, lies lu lower freight rates, than in lower passenger rates, -o PHILADELPHIA GIRLS BIG USERS OF COSMETICS .nnd Eskimo ministers and pnysicinns, as well as native newspapers, and an PHILADELPHIA, jan. 21. The ( Illustrated Journal produced entirely Quaker City uses more conmetics by Eskimo labor. than any other In the country, ac-l During the short summer vegetables cording to collectors of the Fed-1 nnd various kinds of fruits are grown, oral tax on luxuries here. "Savei nm PVen strawberries, under glass, the surf...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 27 January 1922

THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY .Vol. 46--No. 323 MARION, ILLINOIS.. FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1922 I Subscription ?1.5(? Per Year ( TAPS SOUND FOR 'CAPTAIN' ! BRICE HOLLAND oufrht in Confederate Armv and'Then With Northern Forces. WOUNDED AT THE BATTLE OF SHILOH Was Mavor. for Two Terms and Always In teres! ed in City, !, Sunday afternoon, "Canlain" Brice 1 Holland," 803 West, Main, laid down ' for a short nap, which . really . bo- " came- hiH eternal rest and, his ro- "' ward. "Taps." will sound on Tuesday afternoon for this civil war veteran and one of the most honored, and beloved men in the city. .,, Horn at ralestlne, ,W." Ya., as a boy ho followed the ' sea ' -anti hud ;,- uoon rouno tne worn;, virc.uuf, -v-eral times in tho Holy . Land and , seeing Jerusalem. When the c.viil i war broke-out, his sympathies were with the north and -ho left : his home, then at Parkersburg, W. a., i to join the northern army, but was f aught and impressed into the Southern arjny, where...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 27 January 1922

PAGE TWO THE SEMI WEEKLY LEADER FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1922 HARM SEMI-WEEKLY UflBrggJ?- the republican-leader (incorporated) pubtuhera. which is now well started and these 1922 problems are yours and mine. We can also, fellow Marionite, put our own situation in nearly the same way. Look these oyer, and put yourself in the place of your 103 Franklin Street. Marion, Illinois. W. O. PAISLEY. Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. IS SUBSCRIPTION HATES: Per Six Months .' t .IB Year ; 1.50 city. All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper wlh b My problem for 1922 IS Marion's, stopped ,t expiration ot time paid to unless renewed. - j My getting more business in 1922 jumerea at tne post office at Mar on. II Inola. u Moi-mnV iecond class mail matter. o. . my serving my neignoor Deuer m lvzz is Marion's. My enjoying better social conditions in 11922 is Marion's. " 1 Marion's 1922 problem of growth in THERE'S A REASON I see the fact, but not the reason for the population and in business means, tha...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 27 January 1922

THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER PAGE THREE. RIDAY, JANUARY- 87.- - 1922- LARGEST DECLINE WAS DOVVNSTATE ore Unemployment outside .of than In Chicago During Month of December " , PRINGFlELD, . 111., Jan. IS. Al to unemployment declined further in Jliiois during the month of Decemr, conditions' at the start of 1922 V regarded" as more propitious tan at the beginning of last year, Wording to the" state department of bur in a statement today, die December decline averaged ir per cent among all industries unie tho. November figures, the labor apartment says, ami whs the third jiiseenUve nionlh to show a decline, bis reduction, 'however, Is regarded I only' temporary and there still refins a gain of 3.9 per cent over ; -operations in May 1921. "' l')tp drpurtinefit referred to the pnih of May because it was the st month for which, reports were fc eived. The peak of unemployment j 'i. 7 ...... ..u.,,1 : i tint g to the public employment figures, i C 1. o. V0. PI&IIS ir only figures that...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 27 January 1922

PAGE FOUR LEAST SNOWFALL ON RECORD HERE THE SEMI WEEKLY LEADER ' FfilDAY,' JANtfARY il, 10J2 Church Attendance A Compared With Lodge Attendance In a recent number of his church bulletin, Rev. A. M. Laird of the Christian church published an article on "counting noses or attendance compared with other kindB of attendance." This contains some Interesting data ana we reprint it here for the information of our read 4 certain type of mind has been ! convinced for a iung time that the j We are having some cold weathci church Is dying. And yet the church now. has strangely delayed her departure. I Mrs.' Win. Reed visited with her Amid symptoms of , weakness there daughter, Mrs. Herman Parks 'Sathave been startling evidences of itrday. ' I II " ' "' 1 -W. t OYKERSBURQ -1 Higher Temperatures Recorded 1921 Than in Past Sixty-Six " Years. ) SPRINGFIELD, Jan. 24. The mean temperature and absolute minimum for 1921 in Illinois were much higher than in any previous year and the snowfall was the le...

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