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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 11 April 1922

THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vo. . 46 No. 350 MARION, ILLINOIS. TUESL-AY, APRIL 11 1922 1 ii ia n K: LIS SELF MBS. GULBRETH REQUIREMENTS iTSTQ DENISON HAS NO OPPOSITION I MELLON m El ONLY WILLIAMSON COUNTY CANDIDATE FOR TRACK Wf Wil ft iEElEfJ! ED SKEOTOHESli Girl Who Recenty K'lled Her Be.ty Drowned re f in Rain B rrei. Ina Norris, daughter of Mr. anil Mrs. Joel Norris, committed suicide ' by drowning bernelf In a barrel of rain water on Fi ;day morning about & 8. m. This was her second attempt . to.'ktll herself. Tb' Jof y summoned by Coroner William McCown and rompored of J. P. I illey, G. V. Willii, C. R. Hendrlckson, J. M. Davis, E. M. McDonald an 3 W. H. cCluskoy ret irned a verdie: of suich'e. . ' According to t e t stimo: y of the iat :er before the coroner's Jury, h's da ?hter had re-eat dly 1 ire;' ter i to kill herself if Cla de Cree-, 1 1lei od father of t ,e ' iby, liermdln v wl. :m she killed yfr.'i cur' oli" ac'd on March 17 ar 1 a' eged ...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 11 April 1922

PAGE TWO THE SEMI WEEKLY LEADER TUESDAY. APRIL 11, 1J2 MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Hublishera. 103 Franklin Street. Marion, Illinois. W. O. I'Ahil.RY Fdilor OLDHAM PAISLEY, Oiy Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATCfi: Per Six Moulds Per Year $ .75 1.50 All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will te moppul di expiration of time paid lo unless leuewedi tin. ril ai li.e puMi office at Mariuu, Illinois, us i coml t:u$n mull mailei. EXPERIENCE vs. STUDY. A FRIENDLY REPLY. A man's clothes or his written inquiry m: y tell you something about him, but not cvoiylhing;. Gnee upon a time a young man of twenty lit w, ( 1 ion studying J'or admission to tlie -.., had a windfall nf $500 IVom an uncle, i J-.i.; young L Haw - had been, a farm hand, a i i arpe nt:.r, ;i mule driver, and, finally, a teacher in a small rural school. His education li,vs teen Inrd-earned, under adverse conditions. But his unexpected fortune enabled him to revive his earliest ambition to go to ...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 11 April 1922

TTTESTJAY, APRIL 11 THE SEMLWEEKLY LEADER WHO'S WHO IN THE COUNTY ELECTION The" Reputlicrn-UaJer A; nounjcs .' lia Choice, Hut Inlrcduso ' all ot' "l htm, O.i TuesJay, the .Over' cf t..e comly v. ill Lu called u,o.: to t-xpia-is their party cbo c or couaiy otu.i utu3, out wiiii a caiv-rai Soiuc.ioa in t'ao RepuLI cun pn. ty, . n vuUuLy. isiuounts to tiu-ia- vi'do... rf.i.ijit. wo have iJieimi'L. iUny a La o t .ccandidates for .a!i ou.co. umin;; uk them in the order of their appear- upon tlic ballot. i.vu., inuuuiaie was requested to, lui'iijuii us vnii a one column cut for una story and all of those that had .ho.e tuta available - havo furnished theiuv in-'.f X'.-PUDLliJAII-LU-ADEil has no choice In cand. dates. AH o tlie candidates me good men and the will ot the voters as a whole must decide: PAGE THREK 1918. Ia a paid up member of U jt 1 W. of A. 986. He'residos in Hurr a. COUNTY TREASURER ' Aud Parks. I John A. Schafur. CPUNT1 JUDGE W. F. Slater .lb". I - - f 4TA m If ' I 'THE F...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 11 April 1922

PAGE FOUK HE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER TUESDAY, APRIL 11, 1922 MRS. JONES IS CLUB PRESIDENT Marion Woman's Club Held it's An' nual Election on Friday Afternoon. At the meeting of tbc Marion Woman's Club on Friday afternoon, Mrs. Oswald ,Ic.n.s was elected president for the coming - term of two years. One half of the officer? are elected every year, which makes r. oomplct change every two year;, bill only one half n-tTe r.t a time. The board of directors consists of the newly elected officers cs follows: President, Mrs. Oswald Jones; second vice-president, Mrs. Y. L. Shinier recording secretary, Mrs. Raymond Shaw and rirlimentariat'. u-.. liar mon Briiyl'icld. The old members ni the board, who hold office for another year are: First vice-president, Mrs. Dr. Aura G. Re'd; corresponding sec reaary, Mrs. R. A. Parks and treas urrr, Mr?. Curtis Brown. The home economics department elected Mrs. Otis Brown as chairman The philanthropy department eiecre, Mrs. John Wallace as chairman. Th" nms-c an...

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

S .. " S- K , ... . MEEKLY . .. i nAiiqf l THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 46 No. 351 MARION, ILLINOIS. FRIDAY, APR,1L 14, 1922 Subscription J . ei Year MANY HOT CONTESTS IN REPUBLICAN PRIMARY Morgan, S tor me, Galligan and Thaxton Appear Safe On Unofficial Returns McKinney Leads With Slight x Majority Will Start Official Count. Tlie primary election held tliruout the state on Tuesday, proved excep tionally warm in Williamson county where there was a hot race for thi county offices. From Unofficial returns tabulated on Tuesday night and Wednesday morning, the nomination of A. D. Morgan for county Judge is assured, as the nomination ot George Galligan for sheriff. S. E. Storme has a comfortable lead over E. H. Scobcy for county clerk and Melvin Thaxton has a seeming safe lead over Aud Parks. ' The race for county superintendent of schools has been exceptionally olose, ahiftlng back and forth .as the results 'were tabulated. On the face of the latest unofficial ret...

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

PAGI vas THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1922 HARM SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER; THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers. 103 Fraoklio Street. ...... Mariuu. Illinois. " : W. 0 PAISLEY, Editor ' OLDHAM PAISLEY. City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: For Six Months Pr Year ...... .75 1.50 YOU INHERIT IT. : Suppose you go into an antique shop and buy an old - Chinese dagger, with ivory handle and an ivory sheath. You clean it, hang it on the wall. Friends come in. Show the Chinese dagger to them. They handle it rinererlv. Then All subscriptions payable In advance. Paper will be-rlwrnwrincr tlvir if- rinpin'f hirp n wnvo nf topped at expiration of time pa.d to unless rent-wed. erlIUi UMl 11 UOCSIl I Dlie, a Wave 01 impulse sweeps turn mem. . Playfully they pretend to go on the warpath make flourishes as if about to stab every one in sight. ' " Scientists call thai; a "reversion to type" a throw-back to barbarous ancestors who wanted to kill "With a knife whenever they Entered at the p...

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

3 FRIDAY, ATT"- J -$21 THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER RUSSIA STILL PLANS TO STICK In Spits of Fact That They Defied Three Other aNtions Will Not - j Bolt Meeting. GENOA, April 12. In spile of their belligerent and pugnacious attitude which has already defied three other nations Japan, France and -Rou-manla, the Russian delegates do not intend to bolt, the Economic conference. On the contrary it was evident today that they intend to hold on tenaciously. 'The Russians will give a formal decision on the nllied pro- . posals tomorrow. While expecting a , negative answer It will not be an ab-j Bumitj rt'jti-iiuH. j ne Hussians are playing mostly for recognition of the Soviet government. The allied proposals include the recognition of the debts of I he Czarints and Kerensky governments and payments tor damages to foreigner shy the Russian revolutionary disorders. REPUBLICAN NOMINEE FOR SHERIFF MARRIAGE LICENCES. . , unoino tmida, ' Herrin 27 Calogera Laluna, Marion Samuel (A. Avanse, Marion 24 An...

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

PAGE FOUR -iHZ-SEMl.WEEKLY LEADER FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1928 HELD GLASS TRACK MEET The annual inter-class track and field meet of the M. T. H. S. students was held Thursday and Fr'day afternoons of this week with the Seniors w.nning with a total of s points to their credit. The Sophomores ranked second With 'J., Juniors third 'with iOh points and the Freshman fourth with 6 to the.r credit. The Meld events were held at the high school Thursday nfternonii and the track events hi the fair grounds' Friday afternoon. Wallace and . Morgan were the individual stars, Wal lace leading with 30 points and Morgan 18. The results of the individual events were as follows: Shot put First: Smith, Junior, second: Bedford, Senior; third: Keenau, Senior, tourth; Hearden Junior. Distance 41 feet 6 inches. Javelin Throw First: Smith, Junior; second: Miller, Sophomore; tliird: Luzbee, Senior; fourth: (-'order, Junior. Distance, 126 ft. 2St in. Broad Jump K.rai : Wallace, Hun ior; second: Morgan, Senior; thud...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 18 April 1922

Marion Semi Weekly -LEADER THE HOME PAPER OF MARION ANP WILLIAMSON COUNTV UA1UQN, ILUNOia. TUESDAY, APRIL IS1, 1922 Subscription - fei Year Vol. 4 No; 352 MUCH INTEREST THRUOUT EGYPT Hot Contests Waged Thrugut all of Southern Illinois at Prli . mary. The primary election on Tuesday -was vary warm, especially on the Republican ticket, thruout all of Eeypt. 1 Among the results as gleaned from the exchanges, today, are the following: Marlon County. CENTRALIA The Republican county ticket will consist of W. 0. Wilson for judge; J. E. Standard for clerk; 'Zina Breeze for sheriff; W. H. Blair for treasurer and Miss Hattie M. Blair for superintendent of schools. The Democratic county ticket will be S. N. Finn for judge; W. Hamp. Betts for clerk; H. E. Vogt for sheriff, and J. Lem Ballauce for treasurer. The race between Alvln Chandler and Walter- J. Zahnow for democratic nomination for superintendent of schools has not been settled. Jefferson County. MT. VERNON The Republican county ticket ...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 18 April 1922

THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER tvp so a Yi -Aran, 1$, im MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publisher. 103 Franklin Street. Marion. llliDOia. ' W. O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY. City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: ..$ .75 1.60 Por Six Months f Per Year All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will be 'stopped at expiratiou of time paid to unless renewed. . Entered at the post office at Marlon, illiuois, as second class mail matter. . DENISON BILL IS TO PROTECT PUBLIC AT LARGE.. Much favorable comment is being made on which our Marion Congressman pre- .': pared to proect the public from fraudulent stock sales. The states have been making such efforts for years, but it remained for Mr. Demson to take up the plan lor the federal government to pass a "blue sky s law. In Illinois a company which wishes to sell stock must prepare a most exhaus tive report to the secretary ot btate. 'Jno ii.-... i i. ... ..I mailer now. strung uie uumpaiij s yiva- . pects may be, th...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 18 April 1922

!-. jlfeiH'IB'W- fx4.- NATIONAL MALE QUARTET CONCERT Cloiing Number of Agoga. Class Ly ceum Course Pleased Large Audlence Friday Night... . The closing number Of the Agoga Bible- ClaSB f the First -Baptist , church Lyceum course for this sea son waa given Friday night at the cnurcn by toe National Male wuartet. A splendid audience was present to enjoy the splendid program. Dr. A E. Prince, in introducing the com pany, stated that every onmber of the course ;rad been fine but the best had been reserved for the last and this statement at the ?lose met with ,- general approbation. t ' The quartet was composed of Charles Cox, basso and manager, Stanley' J. Graham, second tenor and pianist;" Lawrence Wickland, ' first tenor and Melviu Newqulst, baritone. Each singer had- a clear voice' of depth and .range, with exceptional purity and perfect enunciation, so each number was thoroly enjoyed. After the opening number, the quar tet sang the wonderful oratory "Remember now thy creator" from t...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 18 April 1922

PAGE FOUR TUESDAY, APRIL 18, 1922 iHE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER NO RESTRICTIONS LIKE ON CHINA Russia - Will Kecognlie all Prewar Debt But Ttey Can Not Pay Them. furnm t!l'VIH.ICAN-l.KADIiK GENOA, April 14. "Russia, is not going to allow herseli to bo treated like China and have restrictions ol the Versailles treaty imposed," de clared George Tchltcherian, head o the Russian delegttion in an interview with an International News Service representative todiijo LONDON, April 14. An exchauge telegraph dispatch from Genoa says savs that the Russian counter proposals will agree to full guarantees lor foreign capital entering Russia for reconstruction and will recognize the prewar debts, declaring that It is a physical Impossibility for the couu try to pay them however. o COUNTERFEIT NOTES. rilinols banks were ursed tobe on the watch for three new' counterfeit federal reserve notes, in a bulletii Issued by the Illinois Bankers Asso ciation. Two of the notes are Tor 1U one on the federal reserve ba...

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

Weekly RIOK THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 4Ct-;No. 353 MARION, ILLINOIS. FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1922 ; -. . 1 Subscription Ma SEVERE STORM ACROSS INDIANA Twenty were Killed and Over a Hun dred Injured In State Wide . v Storm, INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.. April 18. This state was visited by one of the moat severe and -terrific storms in years on Monday night. Twenty were killed according to present reports and over a hundred have ' been in jured thruout the state. The property loss w.ll,- exceed a million dollars. TO BUILD STEEL AMPITHEATRE Board of Directors of Williamson County Fair Will Erect Fine Steel and Concrete Structure, ' Appreciating tht . need of , better faeil: lies lor the caring for the im ineuse crowds which attend the Williamson county lair each year, the bourd of duetto's on Monday signed ' e contract for the erection of a splendid new ampitheatre. This will be built by the Decatur Bridge Company which Is one of the most reliable firms in the country. Sales ...

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

kaGE Two THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER FRIDAY, APRIL 11. 192J I; MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN. LEADER (Incorporated) Publisher. 103 Franklin Street. Marion, Illinois. W. O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY. City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: for Six Months Per Year All subscriptions payable in advance, ioppkiI m euiia,lruu til if me paid to unless Jiuitrea ul uio post ecouu cluai mail inuuer. office at ) WELL-TIMED COMMENT, p ; In a; recent adress iAjSan FrEnlst Elihb, Root stressed the "duty" of "the citizen 16 l'lr-f'riin frmn wonfnnlir erirriniY m tKn. ill will of foreign countries. "The people o: - .(the Unitsd States," said he, "should make ";;; ;;!li;5o! it tha first great lesson of their' duties1 ' to paper wiii b' ptmish with disapproval the man who will- reaewed. "jtuny stirs up tneianinjosity ,01 lureign yoiui j There are many, individuals , and some .news- ' pap.n-s in this fcbuniyHvhb; under the guise EVERAL JOINED U. Tuesday it t Marian, , ;iiiuoi, DAWEii" GOOD 'WORK "...

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

V". ft . -V f FRIDAY, AFRli THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER i typne gelected. However , in .Ten of , the ,ThirtytNine Precinct of County, At the primary lastTucsdaV the '," Various ' parties selected their ty fcentral committeemen. Those se lected 'by the Democratic oarpr are as lollows, it" being noted lioweyor that notie Were Selected for ten of the thirty-nine precincts: Blairsville. "7 Treelnct No. 1 Mason Smith, 1. Precinct No. 2 J. D. Keiferi I.Precinct 'No! 3 John Reeved 1. ' Precinct No: '4 None. ' ' " Pwclnpt"ifo. 5 None.''."' " ' Precinct No. 6 Mike Sander's "' Precllicf NO.' 7 S3. O. Fagle PietMnet No. H None. Carterville. Precinct No. 1 J. W. Klmbro 1 ' Precinct No. 2 J. U. Kilubld 6. Precinct No. 3 Guy .(ones ! 'tirnfwy No. 1 None. Herrln. - Proclicf NO. Will rticliimini Precinct No. 20. C. Humi'ln'ey Precinct No. 3 1 N. Thcti't id 1 Dick Todd L l'rocinct No. 4 None. Priceinct No. 5 Ira M. Leig; rreemet No. 6 J. JI. Newton field Green 2. West Marion. Precinct No. 1 Albert Frankl...

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

'1 f AGS FOUR 11ERR1N HAS KID POLITICIAN Young Son of George Galligan Helps Father In Race for Nomination for Sheriff. Tbe Hmin Journal tells of how i Merrlii vounntct took cart In tbi primary campaign on April lltli and those wtie were assisting in getting out tbe vote for George uaiugan ven (y tbe statement that the boy Is a voe getter. The Journal says of Mas- , tar George Oalllgau, son of George Gallich&n the successful candidate for the Republican nomination for BhsHff-. that "AH day long on Tuesduy tleorge had charge, of a car ana made a canvass of 'his ward" and helped to get out a big vote. 'Georeie called at the various homes In h!n ward and alter knocking tit tbe door, took off his hat and wild: "Won't you please come and vte for my "Paddy " and in nearly every case Oeorgie was successful. Wbn the returns began to come in Gpurgle was the most enthusiastic cae present and be would not go hotae- -tintll he , vaa assured that 'daddy' had been nominated. "The young...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 25 April 1922

i AiU JUL , THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 46 No. 354 MARION, ILLINOIS. TUESDAY. APRIL 25, 1922 SutiMjri&tlot, TO ERECf SUITABLE BUILDING FOR OUR COUNTY DEPENDANTS Action- of the Board of Supervisors was, Unanimous After Inspecting Present Poor Farm on Wednesday Afternoon ,On Wednesday afternoon the mem bers of the Board of Supervisors - and a large delegation of citizens made a visit to the county farm and made an Inspection of the buildings and, of the conditions there. Their verdict was expressed on their return when the . board voted 26 to 0 to erect a building which would be suitable for the care of the care of the county wards. The entire membership of the board was present at the inspection and at the meeting. There were nearly a hundred persons in the party which - visited the farm and most of this number, including nearly all of the new members of the board, had never inspected the buildings before. The place i.ua een called the "county poor...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 25 April 1922

RAGE TWO THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER TUESDAY, APRIL ft, 1S22 ",r MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER! McADOO DISCREDITED. THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers.! jjiuux ui ma ciaactuun uuii, mc iau103 Praakiin street. -Marion, Illinois. roaite were operated more efficiently under . w. o. paisley. Editor federal than under private control, William HAM .flSLET: ,'1,y.Ed'to!l.r G. MsAdoo lays stress on the fact that the subscription rates: l.jiivyte managers, soon atter the return . "el !,,PMo,"h ',15' the roads to, them, had to appeal to the in--;rw1on8W.bi,l',,-1.dvwe. i-aper wu. tei Estate commerce commission for aid in iovpj i expiiaiiou of uni paid to i.ntss renewed, i meeting their problems. 1 hat statement is I true, but ihe way it is presented by the form;er director general carries quite an erron- J)aiuel Willard, president ! oous impression. Li' tho Baltimore and Ohio railroad, in his ! testimsny before the interstate commerce S committee, tells the whole story and shows Entered a...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 25 April 1922

TUESDAY. APIUL 25, 1928 THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER PAGE-THREE MARION MEETS WEST FRANKFORT M. T. H. 8. Athletei Will Compete -''V With Franklin County School Saturday. The M. 1. s. track and field team will go to West Frankfort Sat urday afternoon where they meet the West Frankfort high school athletes In a dual meet. The meet will be held on the high school atlilolc field as will the Southern Illinois meet May 15 and the Marion boys will be able to accustoine themselves to the track and field In preparation for the big Egyptian meet. The Marlon team lias a splendid chance of winning the meet with West Frankfort as shown by the re cent victory in the Williamson County meet.. However, they will probably meet with utronger opposition than in the county meet as Frankfort has a number of veteran athletes ready for meet. The work of the M. T. H. S, athletes hau shown up well - In all events and good records have been set by the leading, men in most of them, and it Is possible that Marion may ...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 25 April 1922

HE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER TUESDAY, APRIL 25, 1922 PAGE FOUR FINE PROGRAM FOR FARMERS Beekeepea, Dairymen and Fruitgrowers Will be Especially Interested. Farm ' Advisor W. K. Galeoner announces that there will be a free moving picture entertainment under the auspice of the Southern initio's Beekeepei'3 Association and Dairymen and Frail growers of Southern lilipois at the city hall. Caibondalc, Illtin Friday. April Jlst, 1922, at 1:110 p. -in. Aniens l'ie prominent speakers present will lie Mr. H. J. Seht'ietert, (ii m-ral Development Agtnt, Til nois Central R. It.. Chicago; C. J. Thomts County Farm Bureau Agent, Murphysboro, Illinois. Dr. Albert Baxter, Springfield, 111.; President llllno'.s Beekeepers Association, also a laree honey producer, will dei.ver an address on "Bees Culture," Vihich will be shown Hi motion picture1:. FINE PROGRAM FOR CLUB WOMEN Twenty Fifth District of Illinois Federation of Woman's Clubs to Met May 4th and 5th. j Th? riogram for coming convention of the 25th ...

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