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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 31 January 1922

-R3 Marion S EMI--.WIT 7 THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 46 No. 330 a UARION, -ILLINOIS. TUESDAY, JANUARY 31, 1922 - . Subscription 11.60 Per Yea WE Leader t-t'-i MARION TAKES ANOTHER GAME Murphysboro Wat Latest Victim of the State Champa Wu Eleventh Victory. DESANT1S ROPE TO BE USED FIRST TEAM SCORES TO " PATE Marion 3(5, Pitickneyville 12. Marion 21, West Frankfort 18. Marlon 3, Mt. Vernon S. . Marion-24, Sparta 28. ; Marion 22, Centralis 21. Marion 32, Johnston City XX. f Marion 28, Ronton 9. Marlon 21, Mt. Vernon 16. , Marlon 44, Anna 17. Marion 36,, Herrln 16. " ; Marion 30," Murpliytiboro 14. Totals: Murion a04, Opponents in. . . v ' " . .. -.r - 4-4- Tlie Murphysboro high school basket ball team as victim number 11 (or the Marlon basket tossers score a total of-14 points in the game in the local gym Friday night, 10 of which were made during the third quarter when se.ond,team men went in lor Marion with the score . standing 20 to 0 in Marlon's . favor. the...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 31 January 1922

PAGE TWO TH& SEMI-WEEKLY leader MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publisher. 103 Franklin Street. - Maiiuu. Illinois. VV. O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Six Months $ .75 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 office at Marion, Illinois, lecond class mail matter. VICTORY FOR THE BIRDS. Ten years ago in the city of Omaha, says : the World-Herald, there were mighty few bird baths to be seen in residential yards. There was little evidence that the people of this city cared whether or not the birds lived or died ; or whether or not the wonderful work done by the Almighty's feathered 'agents was to be encouraged by the beneficiaries thereof. While it may have been a great boon to those who were inventive enough to contrive bird bath's of concrete, and put them on the market for the benefit of the more or less...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 31 January 1922

TUESDAY, JANUARy'81, 1922 fHE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER PAGE THREE MARION WOII 1(1? IIERRIH MVi Final Bcor Wat J to 17 With Stat Champ Holding Larger End ot Seer. . Over 300 Marion rooters invaded Kerrin Wednesday night and saw the Herrin Township high; school basket ball team go down in defeat before the Marion high school team The final score was 36 to 1? and at no tjme was the outcome in doubt during the game. ' Two extra cars left Marion on the Coal Belt behind ; jii regular ; six o'clock car ani all of them were crowded. It had been arranged for only one extra car to make the trip but it was necessary to use the other in order to accomodate . the fans. A large part ot the s Herrin gymnasium had berni reserved far Marion but the crowd was so much larger than had been estimated that a large number of people were allowed on the aide Hnes, With vlsl tors from Carterville and West Frankfort as well as Marlon . the Dig gym was filled almost to Capacity. The crowd was much larger than some o...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 31 January 1922

fHE SEMI-WEEKLY ULADZZ TUESDAY, JANUARY IU 1M PAGE FOUR Rediscovereda lilrJinr Mountain abundant in specimens; and finally. OUipnur mouniaur i aft )he lrown q. (ie goulh . Spn rj.lis lmlst iilive i,e(n t)le order, WASHINGTON, D. C.Here is the fm. where u,re ,s no - yegetation cold geographical fact: "Almost con- tm,re js no population. temporaneously with the issue of the .rhe vegeta(ion owed nothing to mandatn of administration for the,,,- Islands of Nauru, famous for its rich deposits of phosphate of lime, was tlie rediscovery 01 mo ' sulphur mountain of Vanua Lava in the banks group of tbe New Hebrides." "But here also is a fairy tale of science, a haupy chemical coinci-j dence, or a problem in lelatiyity," uggests a bulletin from the Washington, I). C, headquarters of the' National Georgraphic Society. --- - -Scene one might disclose "" " V" t, " with uio United 2. St-V lach r to send TvJ As'Uan t rhUneJZ f "n-ifVB f!oi.l nf n.ir fertile west and a vice, besides containing the u...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 3 February 1922

it Maeion SEMI-?fEEKLY (V f. Vol.: 46 NoTm F1HT TOSEI1JT COURTHOUSE ROOF LEAKING I' k t .,- . Muting Plant Worn Out and Metal t Roof Givino -Wav and Mav ' t Cause Mora Damage. That the issue for a new court U was shown on Wednesday V STS'.AnSL? ,Lr00L2Tlgf SLP&Q . lS uff,Ce,.f XrJzZ rTr Z L t fault room was not damaged, and aone of the office records were in mMid . Vvil t- i . HrflH . tiaicnon xr in ofat buckets to catch the water as it r.K ' . eame thru. placed Boon, unless a new -court tne,.r interests with the railroad orLuse is built as, in all probability """"Vf dn8 'th, tha?m ' ft will when the vote is taken in re9l8tance ? any Proposed attacks npii "n1, '1 .1 E. REVIVAL STILL CONTINUES Subject Tuesday Night Was "Death . and Beyond" Good Sermon ... .preached. "Death an Beyond' was. discussed lart ihl Tat aFIr MetSt ea last mgni at tne irst luemoaisi church by the- pastor the text , being "It is appointed unto men once to die and after this I he Judgement." -This is...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 3 February 1922

FAGK TWO MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN LEADER 103 Franklin Street. VV. O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. "SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Year 1.50 .St tl'l li. All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will be'p" topped at expiration of lime paid to utiles renewed. i Entered at the poHt office aL Jecond class mail matter. FORD AND MUSSEL When Henry Ford made to take over the Mussel iro mine government we were ai nrsi skcjjtical about his offer. Now, that the fertilizer trust is opposed to his offer ve are convinced that it is a fair one. There are trusts and trusts, some bad worse Wp ura Tint. K.-ivtno-tilizer bunch belongs Regarding Mussei Shoals, O . iect should be completed by ment or else it should be abandoned and .ports of earthquakes, turned to some one else. The government ... N might complete it but even then we doubt if it would be of any irr.re bent-fit to .the peope than if under private ownership. Ford's critics so far have not made ah offer to equal...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 3 February 1922

POLAND CHINA SALE A SUCCESS Fred Shoemaker Offers Fin List of Bred Sow and Gilts Which , - Sell Well. The sale of Tti. Type Poland China bows and girls from the Orchard Hill herd of Fred Shoemaker was held at the Goodall sale, barn on Saturday and was a big success. Mr. Shoemak en Is so 'well pleased with the results that he is now planning for another such sale to be held In AuguBt. The sow which topped the' sale was one weighing 800 opnuds and sold for $180 Gilts sold for from $41 to $89 each The sale was. for cash only and showed the popularity, of the' Poland China stock. . ' Sale demonstrated the extreme popularity of Big Type Poland Chinas among Southern Illinois farmers and breeders. w The sale' was a success. The average on the 32 head catalogued was $66.35, Owing to the large crowd . present and the Inadequate seating arrangements, many prospective buy era were not able to get close enough to the ring to see the hogs as they were driven In .and sold. . There were -not enoug...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 3 February 1922

VHE SEMI-WEEKLY - LEADER . FRIDAY, FEBRCARY S. 1SB2 PAGE FOUR it; SHANTUNG ISSUE IS SETTLED WASHINGTON, D. C, Pel). 1. The fifth plenary session of the limitation of armament conference was opened -this morning liy Secretary of State C. E. Hughes, president of the conference. Mr. Hughes announced . that- the Shantung controversy between China and Japan had heen settled and all resolutions adopted at the previous -- conferences were spread on the record. 3 p. m. The text of the naval trea ty limiting naval armament was for-, snally presented to the world at the plenary session today. The treaty lasts for fifteen years and provide; ' that the United States shall call an other session after, eight years tr consider possible changes because of scientific or technical developments It follows 5-5 2-31 and 7-5-1-7-5 ra io for Great nritnin. Vnited Slate? Japan, France and Italy, respectively It names the capital ships permitted to be retained by each power. The United States will retain th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 7 February 1922

' 1 1 Wwm w m : h THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 46 No. 332 MARION, ILLINOIS. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1922 Subscription Per Year ' " jjji ' ENTIRE BUSINESS BLOCK OF CAMBRIA DESTROYED BY FIRE THURSDAY NIGHT Earl Watson Shot by Stray Bullet and Probably Will Not Live Fire Started in Elles Store Building. . CAMBRIA, Feb. 3. (Special) Fire last night practically destroyed the business section '- of tiiis city end one youth 19 in (ho Herrin hospital suffering from' a gunshot wound while lighting the fire. The fire is believed to have started In the Elles Store Building and spread rapidly. The buildings de stroyed were: s Elles Store Company; ' Cambria State Bunk. : Moving Picture Show. "Barber Shop. '-', v Garage. 4 ..--, Pool Hall. The fire was discovered a litlle before eight o'clock and the f lamps were then leaping high in .the rear of the Elles Store Company., Little was saved and heroic efforts were made to combat the' blaze. The 'Carterville fire engine was summo...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 7 February 1922

PAGE TWO THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER - TUKflOAY, Veahuary T, IBM HARM SEl-WEEKLY LEADER B, SS'1 14 WOMEN WERE tv JJond; the republican-Leader n,nn. ...jv c.uii.u tv Bonds wii:h those nrevailinp- eiVhteen i-ofwifjuiciLEu ruuiigiicii! i. . - o O i 103 Franklin street. ' Ma,,n niinniq months arm is a fair indpr nf what, lias tak- , place in every line of business and cred-! ; it since the Republican victory at the.elec- . tions m November, 1920. It was m . the W. 0. PAISLEY. R,1!i, OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. For Six MonthB Per Year SUBSCRIPTION RATES": ..$ .75 All subscriptions bavablo in .nlv.-uifo topped at expiration of time paid to miles renewed Entered at the post office lecond class mail matter. i.5o summer ol that year that the low, point oi ii-Viv T V nui-iT nitr! Tinf Aiur liiniinn ltrnn vtswi rwl Paper will be 1 v uiuviby ami v kiui laouca wao icatircu FARMERS IN THIS COUNTY IN 1920 at Marion, Illinois, as CLEANUP SALE.- jThey were sold on the stock -exchanges at' Census Statist...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 7 February 1922

J THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER PAGE THREE f 1-US5SAY, FEBRUARY 1, REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Sam Shunmck'and wHj': io Mrs. Ella 13. Hooper and 'husband, lot 8, block 2, J. W. Trout's 1st add. $250, Robert T. Cook and wife to Archie Graham,' lot 1, bluck 1, Big Muddy Coal and Iron Compiy's 1st add, $575. V . ."" - - Karl M. Bradford and wife to George ' Whitley ,et nl, . lot 1 block 4, F. P. Heed's lr-t add $950. Chaiiej B. Cochran and ; wife to Ralph Chamness; and wile, part of lot 5 an3 6, block 4, Robert Sparks' . 1st add. 1. ' " W. H. Forbes and wife to D, W. "Harris, lot 10, block 5," Lake Creek Coal Company's 1st sur, of 0. : L., ' $1500;: '.' . ,"; : -t ' , ' ' -' Ben Monfce and wife to T. J. WiL Hams' lot 8, Barbara's 2nl add to Johnston City, $2650. , 'f. J. "Williams and wife lo G orge Harris, lot 8, Barham's Slid add. fllOOO. ' , . ' , - Pusqualo I'isanl ami wife to Frank Colombo, part sw sw Sec. 19, Twp. 8, Range 2, $900.. .! :. ' ,:v" -Roy Travelstead, et al . fo James . H. Dallas...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 7 February 1922

PAGE FOUR TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1922 .HE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER i r (44444444444444 - - OYKERSBURQ 4 4 4 4 .4 4 4 4 4 4 ,4 4 4 4 4 4 The smallpox patients are increasing rapidly in this se"tiUment. Mr. and Mrs." Lawton Allen and daughter of Marion were in those parts Saturday. Win. Lyons and family moved to Dykersburg" Monday. " Mr. and Mrs. Albert Clendenoi, went to Marlon Monday on businossv Mr. and Mrs. John Allen and son, Edgar visited wilh the hitler's sis ter, Mrs: N. A. Suns Tmii'i'Iny. Tom KiHimiii"'and family of Carrier Mills moved In with his parents, Mr .and Mis. Wesley Killman Thursday. , Krhest Tanner and wife went to Carrier Mills Thursday on business. Shelton school which was taught by Ernesi Holmes has shut, down cn account of the smnllpox. ' ' Jay Jones, who teaches the Black School visited with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.' Emmett Jones near Paultn from Friday evening until Smy day. .Mrs. Cora Rimsi went to Marion Thursday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Charles' Bullock ol Dahl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 10 February 1922

u . f 3. v. iw.' EEKL THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 46 No. 833 MARION, ILLINOIS. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1922 Subscription $1.60 Per Year MmiokSemi W THIRTEENTH VICTORY FOR STATE CHAMPS Johnston City Scored Only Six "Field Baskets in the Game. ' MARION HAS SCORED 411 POINTS ALREADY Marion Second Team Defeated Goreville v High Team. ; FIRST TEAM STORES TO DATE Marion 36, PinekneyviUe 12. ' Marion 21, West Frankfort 18. Marion 36, Mt. Vernonv3. Marion 24, Sparta 23. . Marion 22, Centralia 21. -Marlon 32, ojhnston City 11. Marion 28, Benton 9. Marion 21, Marion 44, Marion 36, Marlon 30, Marion 27, Marion 54, Mt. Vernnn 10. Anna 10. , Herein 16. -Murphysbora 14. " Benton 8.' " Johnston City 13. Totals: ent 181, Marion 411, OpponThe M. T. II. S.- basket ball team passed safely-over the 13th game of the season'; by defeating --Johnston City High -on the local floor Saturday night with the score of 64 to Iff. the biggest, score' of the season's victories. Twenty-six "fie...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 10 February 1922

PAGE TWO THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 192j MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers. 103 Franklin Street. .Marion, Illinois. W. O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, Cily Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Por Six Months .....$ .75 Per Year ,., ! 1.50 All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will ha stopped at expiration of time paid to unless renewed. . Entered at the post office at Marlon, Illinois, second class mall matter. CONFERENCE CHEAPER THAN WAR. . The Manufacturer's News favors the U. S. taking part in the Genoa conference and presents its case of the statement as follows. - COMMENTS ON THE LIMITATIONS OF ARMAMENT CONFERENCE.. The Limitations of Armaments Conference has just closed and has brot the nations closer together than they hav eveer been before. Here are a few comments by well known men on the meeting and its work: ' "The proceedings at Washington show that after the turmoil of war and the distorted imaginings which i nthe ...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 10 February 1922

1 FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 10, 1922. PETIT JURORS ARE SELECTED Notice Mailed for Jurymen to Re'port in Marlon on Valentine'! Day. , Quite number of Williamson county men are- today receiving notices ol a .valentine present, in tbe form of notice to be in Marlon -on Tuesday, Feb. 1411), for duly as clr cult court petit jurors. The list fol lows: " Oscar Russell,' Colp. George Stringer, Carterville, R. F. D Dan Swan, Marlou Route No. 3. Emmet t Shaw, Stonefort, R. F. D, Sam Thompson, Pittsburg, Route No - 1. E'l Yaney, Carterville Route No. 3, Lloyd Russell, Carterville Route No 3. , ,' . ;. H. R. Adams, Creal Springs. Paul Lane, Creal Springs. . ' Iie.v ian, Finney, Ihompsoi vil'e Route No. i. , ; ;. William Restor, Marion Route No. 3 Ed Swafford, Marion Route No. 3. ' Elmer . Newton, Marion Route No, ' C. S. Stock, Marlon Route No. 4." Roy Hawkins, Marlon. f F. E. Stock, Marlon Route No. . Fred Simpson,, Marlon. . II... H. McMillan, Carterville Routt . No. 2. - "Ford Crain, Herrin. Joe Crav...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 10 February 1922

FRIDAY, FkBRUARYIO, ISJJ PAGE FOUR HE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER NEELY HEADS C BAR ASSOCIATION The second mooting of tlio Williamson County liar association was lipid Tuesday evening in the offices of John M. Roid and R. R. Fowler In the Slate Hank building til which . time a permanent organization w.ia ; perfected. The following officers were elected nnd committee appointed: ' . President RnftlS' Neely. J Vice President W. II. Warder. Secretary John M. Heid. Treasurer It. R. Fowler. A committee of by laws was ap-. pointed to report at the next meeting and is composed of IS. M. Spiller, W. II. Warder and fleorge R. Stone. Another committee to prepare a schedule of fees will al-o report at the next meeting, those on the committee being It. T. Cook, A. U. Morgan, John I,. Oalliinore, 1!. R. Fowler and George. D. White Those present were Y. II. Warder Rufus Neely, ,l.v L. O-alliinoro, It. T. Cook, Will Fowler, !. L .Duty, R. It. Fowler, John L. Fowler. W. F. Slater, A. D. Morgan. L. A. Col p. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 14 February 1922

J M AMOK dEMI-'Wy THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 46 No. 334 MARION. ILLINOIS. TUESDAY," FEBRUARY 14, 1922 StttacriftiM 1.6 Per Yer MRS. CALVIN DIED AT IHATTOON fTubeculosis Claims Former Marlon Woman Burial - Here Saturday. .Word was reteived in Marlon Friday morning of the death on Thursday night, about midnight, of Mrs. jLula -Calvin, wife of Loren Calvin at jMattoon. The body Is being shipped s(o Marion and upon arrival here will I) taken to the Hudgens & Scobey jUndertaking parlors and from there Jo the Goddard Chapel where services will be held at 1 p. m. Saturday, conducted by Rev. J. W. Mclnney. Interment will be at Maplejvood cemetery. I Mrs, Calvin was liorn -at New BurnSide on March 9, 1803, and at "the imeof death was 28 years and 11 jmonths of age. She was united In marriage with Loren Calvin In 1917 at Mt. Pleasant, Iowa, where they wit lithe rail union heads had absoWere both working in a hospital. W(,uld son accept the invitation Her m...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 14 February 1922

PAGE TWO THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1922 LJ1 W 'J-J-i. MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER ' NO SHYLOCKING 'f - Debt'eancellationists are; not making the republican-leader (incorpor.ted) ; Pubiithen. : much headway with their effort to con 103 Franklin street. : , s. '.Marion. Illinois. vince the American people that it is impos- . w- 0. paisley. Editor kible for the debtor nations to nav. - As a L . OLDHAM PAISLEY, Cl.y Editor. . mtav 4W ,ho nomnon ' Woman Side of the Story" "suBSCRlPTr61i"ATeV- Ii r , - ' 1 m J ,ca" c this should be -called. From time In bUBblKIPTION RATES. thcif aha miicf nav ohn lmll Tlin noiimonic ... ... .... Per Six Months I 7K I on mnow. j'iv 0111 win. j.iie fjajiuiALk 1 iue uegmuing Tne naugmy male nai . . I .(01, 1.1.,.. All!. nZA i-l-?.. . Cl. 4., 1- InvAttfliAil a0uli.ut ttiA ftiiKj) n nilil.l. NOT REALLY WOMAN'S FAULT u Tim.Honord Jcks That Shs Ii Al way Lata far,, an Appointment la ixpiainad. Per Year 1.50 All subscriptions payable in advance. ...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 14 February 1922

PAGE THREE THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1922 MUST KEEP UP FARM BUREAU Professor ' Handchln Says That the Necessary Sacrifice Must be Made. Prof. Handchln in his address before the Williamson' County Farm Bureau, says the members must get under the organization, and keep it going,- To do this, . will require a sacrifice of time and energy, not only by the members of the execu; live committee, but by the leaders in every .community thruout 'the county. Industrial concerns are now experiencing the effect of the' general post war deflation. Their products are still unsold. The activities are slowing down at a great rate, and satisfaction and progress will not continue until these commodities are in line With those of agriculture. We should waste no time feeling sorry for ourselves during this dark period of price reductions, but by making the right use of . the Farm Bureau, much assistance may be had -in finding a way out of the-difficulties. '.,.,'- Farm Bureaus nave be...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 14 February 1922

PAGE FOUK HE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1922 WOMANS CLUB GIVES PLEDGE One Hundred Per Cent Service is Promised to Marion City Hospital. At (he recent meeting of Hie Marlon Wbtnons Club tlie following resolution "was unanimously voted: WHEREAS, nil progressive communities in the country have adopt ed and are adopting measures for safeguarding the health of their people, and ' . WHEREAS, it Is realized by this club Ilia no community can properly protect the lives of its eitizene without hospital facilities, and WHEKEAS. Marlon and Its vici nity is without an adequate hospital, and that for many years a pressing need 1or such an institution has existed, be It RESOLVED, 8 That the women' Club of Marion, Illinois, In formal session, declare their realization of the need of a hospital and the necessity of the construct'on of a hospital at the earliest "possible date for the protection of the men. women and children of the community; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Women...

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