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

THE HOME 1TAPER OF MARION AND VILLIAMSO N COUNTY Vol. 46 No. 334 MARION, ILLINOIS. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1122 Subscription $1.50 Per Tear : MARION WON AT , PINCKNEYViLL I Marion. Team Has Made More Than I Twice Number of ite Opponents S Points. ... '- FIRST TEAM SCORES TO DATE Marlon 36. Plnckneyville' 21. Marlon 21. West Frankfort. IS. Marlon 30. ML Vernon 3. Marion 24, Sparta, 23. ' Marton 22, Centralia 21. Marion 32, Johnston City 11. Marion 28, Benton 9. Marion 21, Mt., Vernon 16. 4 Marion 54, Anna 16. Marion 37; Herrin 16. Marion 30, Murphysboro 14. Marion 27, Benton 8. - Marion 54, Johnston City 13. Marlon 16, West Frankfort 25. Marion, 35. Pinckneyville 19. Totals: Marlon 4ti2, oppon- . ents, 225! ? " . . i ;' " 4- -f 4- 4- 4- 4-The-Marion Township High school basket" ball team continued its win - iing streak after the West Frankfort defeat by smothering the Pinckneyville hlgh.schooI under a score of 3S ' to 19 on the Pinokneyville floor Sat - ,; urday night, being the tint te...

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

1-AUE TWO x r THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER r'U'IDAV, I'KRRITARY 17, 1922 MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers. 103 Franklin Street. Marlon 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 the poBt. office at Marion, econd class mail matter. Illinois, as - f POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS f . - THti PROHIBITION AMENDMENT ' AND LAW ENFORCEMENT- ' , be repealed. That fact is admitted even by the strongest opponents of the prohibition law. It will ever remain a fundamental part of our Constitution. The only issue is: Shall it be enforced or shall it be nullified? The American people are de-J TEN SUCCESS HUNCHES BY DR. FRANK CRANE The following editorial is one which was reprinted by permission of Dr.. Crane for the United Y. M. C. A. Extension Deaitment and which we print here bec...

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

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1922 THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER PAGE THREE SCHOOLS GOB TO TOURNAMENT Drawings for District Tournament .Will be Announced in Near.Future. Principal Arno Bratten of the M. T. H. S. on Tuesday announced ithe list of 16 schools who have been assigned to the district basket ball torunament to be held here Stoireh 2, 3 and 4 and plans are now under way lor the meet. This year as -has been previously announced ' there will be 16 schools 'entered in each district tournament Instead or 13 as during tile last two years. Cairo, Clliii, Carbondale Community Htfih and Carboiulale . Normal, and Creal Springs arc Hie new teams playing here this year! Johnston City has been assigned to the Benton tourney, making way lor an additional new school here. According to the new plan of the .state" tournament,' the teams in the district tournaments this year will be divided into Classes A and 11 according to enrollment.' In this way the smaller, schools do not. have to compete with the sch...

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

CLIOS TO HAV iNNUAL PARTY Club' was Organized In 1903 and Joined State Federation Same Year. The Marion Clio Club was organized in 1903, for literary and social purposes, with the following charter members: Mrs. J. W. Asbury, Mrs. Mollie Boles, Mrs. Lizzii HumeM, Mrs. A. M. Edwards, Mrs. Joab C.oodail, Mrs. Jessie Godding,- Mrs. K. B. Jackson and Mrs. lielle .Iudd, or whom only three, Mrs. K. H. Jackson, Mrs. A. M. Kdwards, Mrs. Mollie Boles are now members. Mrs. Jessie Godding was the first president and Mrs. Mollio Boles was the first secretary. The membership of the club is limited to 25, and when for any reason a vacancy occurs in the list the new member is selected by the club and extended an Invitation to bocome one of their number. The Clio Club w .is admitted to the General Federation of Woman's Clubs in 11)03. II has been very active in charity work, lis first work being the assisting of, the County Officials in the support .ol the County Farm. Their next work was helping w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 21 February 1922

i-.L.-, MARION LY J J "J V attrTHE HOME PAPER OF MARION and Williamson county Vol. 46 No. 335 MARION, ILLINOIS TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2i,"l3T2 Subscription $1X0 Per Year NATIONAL LEGION COMMANDER GOES TO CARBONDALE a ii ... n ii tii aii . rnflrn,. n s Service Men to Join !: in Meeting. . ; ; SPEAKS AT NORMAL ON MARCH' FIRST Many from Williamson County Planning to ' ; Attend Meeting. : V.;." "7- " Word was received in Marloa Frlford MacNider of the American Legion is to be in Carbondale at H a. 'in. on March first and will speak at the Normal Auditorium at that time. MacNider was recently offered the appointment of senator from Iowa to take he place of Judge Kenyon who rnalpnari hemma federal hidge. but he declined the senatorshlp to re tain the leadership of th eex-service men. - v '. '. Soldiers, sailors and marines from III! lVt'I HifiJlJt Will jmiiurrj iu v.n d:ile to hear I tie address of this distinguished statesman and soldier. MOflRfwATSON DIED ON FRIDAY Well Known Miner Succumbed...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 21 February 1922

PAGE TW19 THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER TUESDAY, FEniU'ARY 21, 1322 MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER! . the insured miluons gocflTuniioc 10 Last vear was hv wnpn ncrroomonf o y'ltniilMuwu IW t -A CANDIDATE 103 Franklin Street. W. O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. Last year was by general agreement a' THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publisher. t ,lnll nn,l Joonnnflunr voo,. ,... ri Marion. Illinois. , " .' '"""v V" " t lie country, lint was it really so bad as' people (hot i he question is suggested subscription rates: . by life insurance statistics, pnr six Months .75) How do you explain the fact that in the Per Year l.B0 i,,,r, ,.,,,. rf i(t)1 A,...; i piumj; jiui me .rimeiii.au people POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS t . , '4 All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will b stopped at expiration of time paid to unless renewed. Entered at the post office at lucond class mail matter. Marlon, Illinois, an Six Candidates Seek- Nomination for Highway Commis sioner In West Marion. For Cvu...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 21 February 1922

FAGS THREE TUESDAY1. FEBRUARY 21, 1922 THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER nlienllTIAII IT " bAtUUIIUH Al - BENTON SOON Week from Fr(day is . Last Day on -Earth for John ,-Savant, Murderer. The West .Frankfort American says: John Savant, condemned slayer of 20-year-old Fritz Heick, will be droppert to his doom in the Franklin county jail yard at Hentoh between the hours of nine and ten on the morning of -Friday, February 24. The executioner will, bo Sheriff, Sam Watkins. ' . A statement to this effect by the sheriff himselflast night dispells ki doubt in the minds of those who have ventured the opinion that Sher. iff Wntkins would place the respon sibilities of official hangman on the shoulders of one of his several deputies. Likewise, it dispells all doubts from the minds of those who have labored under the i-mpression that Savant would plunge to his death in the latter part of the day. John Savant wit'rt but nine , full days of earthly existence to live out, no ''longer is a man morose or desp...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 21 February 1922

PAGE FOUR SHE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER TUESDAY. T'EBRUARY 21, 1922 HOSPITAL TO BE TIIOROLY MODERN Dr. Woodside Tell of Some of the Plans for the New City Hotpital. - Dr. EE. Woodaide, chairman of ,the Marion City Hospital Committee, in response to many inquiries regarding the size, form and interior arrangement of the hospital, gave the following description: 1 ; "The Marion City Hospital Com mlttee from the date It was formed, has carefully studied the building and floor plans of modern hospital . In other communities, and ' has invited to Marion men who have spec iallzed in the architectural develop ment of hospitals, as also men who have made a success in - Installing those devices and systems which are necessary in a thoroly modern instl tution. "The committee ha9 also con sidered the size -and style of hosvital unit needed hero at this time, based on our experience in the treatment of cases during past .years: and our conclusions have ., been arrived at by a consideration ,'of result...

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

i, j- MARION THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. -46 No. 336 MARION, ILLINOIS. FRH5AY, FEBRUARY."24, 1922. Subscription 11.50 Per Year TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLAR FIRE BUSINESS Fire of Unknown Origin Destroyed Six Business Houses Including Odd Fellows Hall-Bank Was Not Injured in the Blaze, HURST, Feb. 20. (Special) Fire - here on Sunday morning destroyed an entire block, of the business section and the damage is estimated at about - $200,000, altho the exact amount may reach a higher figure. The fire was discovered at 3 a. m. In the pool room and spread so quickly that the entire building was a mass of flames before the alarm was given. The places of business destroyed included the Odd Fellows hall, hardware store, barber shop, confectionery, restaurant, grocery and pool room. ' The bank was not damaged by the fire, altho the entire city was threatened for a while. TV0 MEETINGS OF MINERS' BOARD Examining Board Meets in Carterville and Johnston City. Next, , Month. S...

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

rAiK TWO THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER r FRIDAY, FEBRUARY U, 1928 MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER' 4 ' EARLY AND BUSY A small town merchant told a reporter J POLIT,CA- announcements 4 THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publisher.. (Jt tnere wag nQ business anVWaV, SO whv 103 franklin Street. Marlon, Illinois. v1ij ,i , A , f'. , -H W O PAISLEY Editor I .w"lu Vc rtuvnuscl Anu "1' remillUS US ,na, s. E. st01.me will be a candl OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. Ot tne hen Which QUlt Scratching because! date for the office of County CJork tnere was a scarcity of worms. It seemed SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per six Months , ....... ..f. . .. .75 to be a bad year for worms: the hen didn't Per Year : 160 1 see any of the wriggling "varmints" try- Aii subscriptions payable in advance. paper wiu m mg to make themselves an honest meal for atopped at expiration of time paid to unless renewed. I f , , , , , i a hungry chicken, and the hen soon began Entered at the post office at Marlon, Illinois, m tn l,nim lin nr,ooi...

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

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1922, THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER PAGE THREE WERE MARRIE 25 YEARS AGO Eight Couples Who Secured Licenses Here in 1897 Still Live in Marion. Of the 45 Marion couples who were united in 'matrimony in the city 25 years ogo, according to all available records there, are now only eight couples living In Marion who were married here with Marlon as' their home who can celebrate their silver wedding anniversary this year. Of the 45 couples married here' in 1897, many have taken up h0me3 elsewhere and In several cases either husband or wife have died, and according to the new city directory-only eight are now"living here. According to the records in the office of the county clerk, -O. C. Simmons, nnd Miss Maude Stone were married in Marion March 17 by L. D. Martwell, then county judge. The Simmons now live at 302 East : College street. The records show that Fred Jeter and -Miss Rose Goodall were married here July 7, by A H.- Seay, a miuister. According to the city directory M...

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

PAGE FOUR -i. .HE SEMI WEEKLY LEADER IRIDAY FELUUARY 24, 1922 WORKERS FOR HOSPITAL METi Representative Audience Heard the Hospital Plans on Tuesday Evening. ol The men and women who attended the Marlon City Hospital worKera meeting at the First Christian church Tuesday evening are emnhatic in stating their conviction that it was the most successful function, and ac -.-.,-a - n.n,.nitv compi.sueu .. u. tu. tnan anv Kaineri.ltt ever umu m - public interest. Citizens of Marion and vicinity . of ey vestge of lvy an(i tiie work were invited to the. assembly by the,g stjl, olll on Marion City-Hospital Committee in: an E sh arcnl. order that they might learn the de , . architectural tails, of the organization which is to make a house to house canvas of every family, and bo given ' an oppor tunity to volunteer their personal service in the work of solicitation in this latter a far greater success was obtained than expected, almost one hundred per cent of those invit ed signing pledge cards ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 28 February 1922

THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 46 No. 337 MARION, ILLINOIS. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1922 Subscription tl.BC Per Year PAST MASTERS TO HAVE r NIGHT Annual Festival of "Old Timers" will be Celebrated cy Fellowship Lodge on April First Fellowship Lodge No. Ancient Free and Accepted Masons, will honor the former Must ow jat the lodge by dedicating Saturday night, April- 1 as Past Masters' Night. This has bo?'ti established as an annual event for Fellowship Lodge and on this oceasoin tne wore or ts -uiuix -aegree. will be given entirely by the members Of the craft, who by their ssi-al una do"votidir to. the ord. have merited the right to wear the liijjhcs; jewel be - slowed' by the subordinate lodge.. Several "old timers" are exrefTcd to bo back . in the harness fur firs night and they will be given a free rein for tho night smd permitted to with th modem critics 7 , i-.noed. April 1 will be a big day In the his tory of Fellowship Lodgct There will ij be work in tho thi...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 28 February 1922

V THE SEMI WEEKLY LEADED TUESDAY. rKtiTlt'.T?y 192j PAGE TWO MARIOS SEPIUiEEKLY FROM 2-CENT ENGRAVINGS OF GEO. ' WASHINGTON HAS LEAPS fO i MILLION DOLLAR PICTURES TIJC- PPDI1RI irAM.I FinFD InrnrnnratfH PilMisfierS. 103 Franklin Street.. Mari.ni. Illinois.! A feV days lllOre UlKt Will Hays Of Ind w. o. paisley. Editor "iana will have finished a year as a mem-' Mr. anil -Irs. Mails t W hite, living OLDHAM PAISLEY, SUBSCRIPTION City Editor. RATES: Per Six Months Per Year All subs stopped at r of President Harding's cabinet and,, Will l'Gtire from the position Of postmaster eil improved on Wednesday. ' M 150 r-eneral to accept one as "filmmaster gener- ; Mi,as Ru" T"r 1 . i.av -T-.j;1 i mg lor "a tew days with Mis Goldia x - -- irrr.'al. The difference in . salary is propor- Jmieg - nihscriptiuns payable in advance. Paper will be . . , . i n M,11Lt': it expiration of time paid to unlesa renewed. ;tl01iate tO the pi'lCe 01 the piCtUl'6 tie SellS.j Jean Margraves left Wednesday Entered a...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 28 February 1922

TUESDAY, FL'BUUArV 4. 1922 PAGE THREfc THE SEMI-WEEKLY. LEADER I, X- MARRIAGE LICENSES Joe Fondanetta, Marion' 23 Vila Fasula, Marion ...19 Edward Strohmorer, Marion 26 Kdiia Sinkler, Marlon 23 I). F. "Foster, Marion '.. 21 R. SI, Ray, Leadhill, Ark. 21 Roy Owen, Lebanon Junction, Ky...29 Maudie Brown, Herrin 22 0. Morgan, Johnston City ,....27 Clay, Keat, Marion 23 Mike Crain Carterviile 28 Jinnle ' Collier, Carterviile 28 George North, Carterviile 20 Hazel Williamson, Carterviile 21 Virgil Tippet, Herrin : IS Frances I'anus, Herrin 1? Lnwrenco B. Schwergert, St. Gene- . vieve, Mo. 21 Lost a Riddle, St. Getiovicve, Mo 19 o ' Miss Libble King returned to her homo near Neilson Saturday after a few days' visit with her sister, Mrs. Minnie King. Mrs. Will Howerton and son Jun m nuwe.iou u.m lor, we: nt to Oorevillo Saturday and , will spend several days with rotas fives.. Mrs. : Horace Baieman. and . son Randolph, are spending the week end Went Frankfort with her later, I Mrs. Roy Sull...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 28 February 1922

f AGE FOUR H SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER TUESDAY, FEEItUUiY 28, 102J VIOLIN Prices have been reduced considerably. We are showing THE BANJO si is just reaching the popular fa-; vor that is due it. No stringed instrument combination is , complete without it. We have them V X some splendid instruments for $10.00 up i from J: .5 f.l' Ail mm THE MANDOLIN is one of the most dainty and popular instruments for the home. Makes splendid music tnd easy -to play. - We. have some real values, running in pi ice from " " " $10.50 up ' . fs the best solution for most: of the baffling ills now ..troubling the minds of so many. ' Do you know it is hard for an unpleasant or foreign thought to enter the mind while listening to or participating in the rendering of good music. Music of the better kind acts on the mind like a '.; vacuum cleaner on a rug. You should give your mind such a cleaning every clay, in your own home. '' .'V.'V . : , - .", " V " 1 GENUINE WASHBURN GUITARS j Wonderful quality, and value. N ...

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

THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 46 No. 33 MARION, ILLINOIS. FRIDAY, MAItCH 3, 1922 Subscription $1.5,0. Per Year FOUR AND A HALF MILLION DOLLARS FOR IMPROVEMENTS IN WILLIAMSON COUNTY TO BE EXPENDED IN 1 922 Pessimists as to Future of Business in this County Can Bury Their Heads in Shame Despite i Probability of a Coal Strike, Business j Should Be Good Thruout the Year. . i (By Staff Representative) i ' Business in Marion and Williamson county this summer is going to menn to the average' merchant, just exactly what he make's it. That is the decision of the REPUBLICAN-LEADER after'' an examination of the business now under way or contemplated for this year. It has been found that the total amount to he expended in 1022 will exceed four and a half millions in public lmprovemens alone. Const ruction of residences and store buildings will brins this figure , far in excess of five million' dollars this year.! , -Part of this work is now underway 'dale with extensions t...

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

page rtti- THE SEMl.WEERif LEADER FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1929 rss MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publisher. 103 Franklin Street. Marion, Illinois. W. O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: MAKING GOOD RACE Per Six Months Per Year . .75 . 1.60 All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will be topped at expiration of time paid to unless renewed. Entered at the post jecond class mall matter. office at Marlon, Illinois, as , FOUR YEARS WOULD HAVE SETTLED ROADS Former Director General of Railroads McAdoo takes pride in the record he made while at the head of the country's transportation system. He call attention to the fact that when the roads were turned back -to their owners they possessed 2,006 more locomotives, 26,815 more freight cars, and 1,051 more passenger cars than when taken over. He neglects to mention the fact that practically every item on the list was paid for by equipment trust notes turned' over to the government b...

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

J. V FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1922 The Shaw-Walker Company which sells of lice supplies la now conduct ing what it termed , a "Go-Getters ; contest and In the announcement made today Carl -Bradbury of J. W. Bradbury and Son is leading the field. Marlon Is put !n a class with all cities of 500.000 ond that his sales compare favorably with those of such cities as Tacoma, Wash., and larger places is a compliment to the Marion man's salesmanship. Mr. Bind buryalso won a scholarship, with all expenses paid, in their school at Muskegon, Mich. 0 . .'. DRS. HALEY & BLAIR CLA89 Metropolis Herrin " ,'' Murphysboro Cairo Anna-Jonesboro Sparta ., - Marion SCHEDULE OF GAMES , 2 I : ( Thurs., 8:15 p. m ' - ; Fri., 8:15 a. in. Fri., 10:45 a. m. y -Fri., 4:45 p. m. 14 12 1 Sat., 1:30 p. m. Pri., 8:15 p. ni. CLASS B Creal Springs nilin Carbondaie (S. N. U.) f'fK,W., 2:15 p. m. J 3 ' Dongola Mounds Carterville Johnston City Thurs., 9:30 p. m. 11 Fri., 9:30 a. lb. J- Fri., 7:00 p. .m. 15 Thurs.; 7...

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

rAua r u u , I... . n r.,"!: TAX EXTENSIONS ARE COMPLETED County Clerk beobey Complete Compilation of Tax Books Total $1,092,972.23. County Clerk E. H. Scobey has completed the work of compiling the tax books and they are now all in ' the hands of the treasurer. All taxes are now payable to County Treasnrei nn,i,,. ovcent those on special as BCssmelits anil these are j.ayable to the City clerks of the ctlus wncre m improvements were matte The total taxes for tli assessed as follows: Lands Lots Personal Railroads yn were SS26.76S.45 ;M7.ft72.2 20.818.3 '157,42U Total 092.972.23 Total tax charged year 1921 is di vided as follows: State Cemetery Town Road and bridge Bond City Village School High school , Non Wish ' Rock Road r Back lax f 74189.48 82368.48 19357.80 106311.34 5627.43 113750.89 -15426.39 351836.6'. 225895.95 12242.62 83160.3b 204.86 Total $1,092,972.22 The taxes have been computed on the basis of 45 cent rate and u 50 cent county tax. The East Marion combined tax totals $...

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