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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 16 May 1922

dEjftUWEEKLf THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSO N COUNTY yol. 4f-NO. 360 MARION," ILLINOIS. TUESDAY, MAY 16, 1922 Subscription $1.50 Per Year MRS. IV. F. MORSE DROPPED DEAD Former Marion Woman Died at Dupo Will Bury In Marlon on rrlday. v iWord was received in Marion Wednesday telllngof the audden death of Mrs. Dora Morse, wife of W. P. Morse and daughter of J. W. Beasley at Dupo. Mrs.. Morse has been suffering from tuberculosis for some time and dropped dead about 2 p, m. Wednesday. " Besides the husband at Dupo and the parents in Marion a sister 'and a brother, Miss Nora Beasley and John Beasley, live in Marion. Mrs. Morse was born ;in Hudgens and formerly lived in Marion. . - M Funeral services will be, held Friday with interment at Maplewood cemetery. . - . ' , o " " , PLAN TRIP TO COAST Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. Ellis Take First Vacation in Nine - Years. . Will Along about the laBt week in May Mr. and Mrs. Frank. P. Ellis of the Orpheum plan to start on a vacation trip to the P...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 16 May 1922

PAG TWO THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER TUESDAY. MAT 16, 1922 MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN LEADER (Incorporated) Publisher!. 103 Franklin. Street. Marlon. Illinois. W. O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: - - "er Six Months $ .76 Per Year , 1.50 All subscriptions payable in advance. Payer will be stopped at expiration of tiuie paid to unless renewed. Entered at the post office at Marion, Illinois, econd class mail matter. WHAT SOME NEWSPAPERS ARE SAYING. "Our neighbors across the line have celebrated 'Smilo Week,' 'Grin Week,' 'Laugh Week,' 'Ch-er Week,' .'Whistle Week,' and a lot' of other brands to the same effect. A 'Common Sense' week would now seem to be quite in order." Toronto Saturday Night. ' "Sentiment west of the Mississippi river and in the South is stronger for prohibition than in the early days of the 18th amendment. There are not more than ten "states in the Union where there is any prosaloon sentiment developing." Association Ben. "E...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 16 May 1922

TVESBAY, ilAY 1.6, 192 WALLACE PLACED Itl PRELIMINARY Because of Large Number of Contestants Meeting la Moving ' - Slowly., (By Special " Representative.) WEST FRANKFORT, May 13.- Wallace of Marlon has placed In two events, the preliminaries for which were run oft this morning. The finals and the other events are to be run off this afternoon. The town Is crowded and jammed with visitors and the entry lists are Mlledto capacity. The large num ber of entrants has slowed down the meet somewhat. The preliminaries are still in progress for the intellectual contest. In the reading con test in which, Butler of Marion is entered, there are 22 contestants and at noon only 13 ofthem had spoken, The preliminary results of the track meet in which Williamson conn ty men ' placed are as follows: 100 yard dash: Wallace of Marion won the third heat. Time 40 2-5 Skreluuas of Jonnston -City won third place- In the first heat. 220 yard hurdles: Wallace placed second In the second heat, Felt placed sec...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 16 May 1922

I, sooth May drop iniE soytH Action on Unification of Two Chuches Will Decide the Question, HOT SPRINGS, Ark., Hay 12. A committee considering changing of the name Methodist Episcopal South to the simple Methodist Episcopal church, understood to be favorable to such a change, but should the committee on unification report unfavorably on the merger with the northern church, there ia little likelihood cf any change being made. minSged by dynamite Hundred Men Said to Have Been in Eand Which Caused the Explosion. PITTSBURGH, Pa., May 12. The drift at a mine north of Bessemer wa dynamited ami badly wrecked parly today, iceordin? to reports recelvrt .at th.? sheriff's office. It Is reported th;it a hand of over a hundred men vers responsible and that no o;.3 v.aJ injured. unitSethfrn MAY JOIN 11 Triple I 'eiVpr May T.-k-Offer M?d rv Frrte r OeUjatt. PI---HOT fSPRINQT Ark., Mr.r r.nvthern Methr.11 t; atterd ng til qusdieunial ennf fen-o nra fil,' todav oi ' a Mppie nir-rg-' of fi flontlip-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 19 May 1922

r Mmiok Sem-Weew 1 . -f THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILUAMSON COUNTY Vol. 40 No. 361 TRACK MEET AND INTELLECTUAL CONTESTS WERE WON WITH EASE Marion Brot Home Four Cups, Wallace Was Individual Point Winner, Groves Broke Half Mile Record and Marion Broke Relay Record Biggest Meet Held. Again, for tho third, year in succession the Marion Township High School captured the Southern Illinois Track Championship by scoring a plurality of 14 points in the Southern Illinois school meet at West Frankfort on Saturday. Also, for second year in succession Marion returned with first honors in the intellectual contest, winning in this event by a margin of four points. Marlon was awarded a largo sil ver loving cup for tirst in tne tracK meet, another for first in the intellectual contest, and a smaller cup for first in the relay, one for first in the boys' quartet atid had 'West Frankfort 'awarded the customary individual cup, Captain Wallace vof the Marion team would have taken that. Marlon took a...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 19 May 1922

PAGE TWO THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER frpay, Hay h mi MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER 1 1 THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers. 103 Franklin Street. '-.-' Marlon, Illinois, . - W. O. PAISLEY, Editor . OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor.v SUBSCRIPTION RATES: for Six Months ' .in Per Year , 1.50 All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will stopped at expiration of time paid to unless renewed. Entered at the post office at Marion, leoond class mail matter. Illinois, as JMfc MUKAL CONDITIONS OF THE COMMUNITY. Have you heard anyonse say that the moral conditions of this or any other com munity are tne worst ot any place- rrob ably you have if not you are the excen tion. It is not that conditions are worse at one place than another, but it is where people are likely to thmk because they find bad conditions in one community that they are worse mere than anywnere else., usually the place where one see the sore spots is ai nome ana iortnat reasonyou hear men and women sav "this is the worst plac...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 19 May 1922

j.-ij 1 1 )Aif. HAV 1, THE SEM1.WEEKLY LEADER PAGE THREE FORMER MAliiON WOMAN DIED sister of " ' Nw VWlfng With Mr. and Mr. 8. H. Robertson. - vn-s Eelle Robertson" English Is voting with" Mr. and Mrs. Sam H. Boberuo". 403 East Main, for a few ll0' .... i-mn the, sad news, of the a of h sister, Mrs. Luella beaver, who na m " Minn, on May 8th, after an illness of twelve months. Mrs Seaver was the daughter of the lute Mr. and Mrs. John Roberiand was horn in Marion on December 9, 1856. She was married to Horace L Seaver at Centralia inl87f and by that union, ono son was Lorn who survives and is now an automobile mechanic at Minneapolis. The funeralservlces were held at Murphysboro last Sunday. Mrs. Endish had made her home with Mrs. Seaver in Minneapolis and will return to that city after a visit here. Mrs v Seaver was a great artist and musician and was proficient in French and Spanish. She was known to many in Marion, who will be saddened to know of her death. - headWvreck at kansas ...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 19 May 1922

?A38 roust TO RAISE FUND FOR PLAYGROUND Home Talent Entertainment is to lie Given at Orpheum Middle of June. Th joint playgrounds committee, consisting of members of the Worn- '' an'a Club, the ' Clio Club and the .' aUreater Marion Association, met on . Monday afternoon and visited all of Ihe 'Schools in tho city and investigated the playgrounds sites. It was decJded by the committee to construct playgornnds at all of the schools and at reservoir park, if sufficient funds ' can be raised. . -A home talent production is to to ' given the middle of June to raise tho funds for this purpose. The tirst part of this production will hi? a min strel show, with Secretary Edrington of the Greater Marion Association as - Interlocutor and school boys as the ihorus and ends. . ; The second part of the entertain nient will be a plantation serenade, which will feature mass singing by , the eighth grade at Douglas school, and the third part will be an oriental comic opera, "The Isle of Delight," ,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 23 May 1922

THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 46 No. 362 MARION, ILLINOIS. TUESDAY, MAY 23, 1922. Subscription f 1.50 Per Year MARION TEAMS IN STATE H. S. MEET M T. H. 8 Team to Take fart In State Meet at University of Illinois. The Marlon Township High. .School track team winner jot j.he MeKeudroo College meet and Southern - Illinois Championship, will take- part Jn the state track and field meet at Urbatia that is held Friday and Saturday of this week. , ', For several years, past Marion has been represented intho 'state meet and as always made a good showing. Two vonra at'O Marion entered in Class B won the championship in that class.-1 in 1921 Marlon was entered in Class t A with the high school of an enroU- meut oi suu " imiio uu i.. ........ representatives will again compete in this class this year. There were 650 j contestants in the meet in 1921 and with seven men, Marion made a better showing than any other team In Egypt. The team which Coach E. H. Sciirleber will ta...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 23 May 1922

'1ARI0N SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER TUESDAY, MAY 28, 1923. V- THE REPUBLICAN -LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers. 103 Franklin Street. Marlon, Illinois. W. O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. - SUBSCRIPTION RATES: rtr Six Months $ .75 Pw Year , .-, 1.59 All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will b topped at expiration of time paid to unless renewed. Entered at the post office at Marion, Illinois, second class mail matter. THE WHEELS OF INDUSTRY ARE ' MOVING. " (Reprinted from Manufacturers' Record, May 11, 1922.) Baltimore, Railroads are ordering material to a greater extent than lor a good many years, Building contractors are finding an increas ing and almost incessant demand for their work. Building materials are tending to higher prices and to an increasing scarcity 01 suppiy. ine demand lor ftunber grows - apace and the trend of prices is upward.' In some sections the supply of skilled labor is scarcely equal to the demand, though there is still a l...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 23 May 1922

It TUESDAY, MAY 83, 1922. FINEPROGRAM FOR THE BANKERS Croup Ten Bankers Are to VliltHre in convention of Next Week. - Secretary Edrlngton of the Greater Marlon Association announced" the prom for the convention of Group SLn nf the Illinois Bankersr Associa tion which takes place la Marlon on next Thursday. hpv Dr . A. M. Laird of the First Christian church will deliver the invocation which will be followed by the address of welcome uy nuu. koo, jv. Stone, The response will be made by W D. Crawford of West Frankfort, who is chulrman of Group Ten. Routine business will" be transacted during the morning session and a number of selections will be rendered by the Marlon Township High School- Male Quartet. Prof. Earl S. Rogers, Organist of the Orphoum theatre, will render an organ solo and the morning session will close with a discussion of practical banking Questions led Joe p. Benson, cashier, City National Bank, Herrin, and a debate will take place between John B. Lee, vice president, ...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 23 May 1922

PAGE FOUR IE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER WARDER HEADS MARION GOLFERS Board of Director! Met and Elected Their Officer! on Wednesday Evening. The Board of Directors of the Marlon Oolf Club met In the rooms of the Greater Marion Association Wednesday evening and elected officers for the coming year. Wm. H. Warder was elected president, Harry Woods, vice president, B. Glen Gulledge, treasurer, and Chas. R. Edrlngton, secretary. The Board of Directors are Wm. H. Warder, Harry Woods, B. Glen Gulledge, Charles R. Edrlngton, Russell Swope, Dausie Cole "and Ered Stotlar. Much routine business was disposed of and plans perfected to start work on the new grounds north of the city at once. herringHd jurors chos City Court Grand Jury to Assemble in Herrih on Monday Morning, June 5th. The following list of grand jurors have been selected for the next term of the Herrin city Court. They are to report in Herrin on Monday morn ing, June 5th. , x Emery Howell, Cambria. Edd Scarborough, Cambria. Ed Grimes, Ca...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 30 May 1922

V '1 r 1 . Marion 71771 .V THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. .46 'No. 364 MARION, ILLINOIS. TUESDAY, MAY 30, 3922 Subscription $1.50 Per Year; LEADE3R If MlS OF EGYPTIAN BANKERS Chicago and St. Louis Bankers Join with Southern Illinois . Bankers to Discuss Problems of the Day Banks Thruout Entire Group Closed for the Day Thursday was a bankers holiday . thruout Egypt as practically every bank in this section ot . the state closed their doors for the day so that the officers and employes of the banks could attend the annual Con-'-f ventlon of group Ten of the Illinois -f Bankers association held in this city. ! Three young, ladles were kept busy! all morning registering the visitors -f and it was estimated at noon t'hat the number of delegates would reach "live hundred and perhaps more. -f The morning program was held at ' the Orpheum with a luncheon and atternoon program at the ''Joab Good- -f all Mule Barn.'' -f Previous to the calling to order of the meeting, sev...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 30 May 1922

r-hgk rwn THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER Tuesday may to, MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers. 103 Franklin Street. Marion, Illinois. W. O. PAISLEY, Editor : " OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. fer Six Months Per Year ...... SUBSCRIPTION RATES: .$ .75 . 1.50 All subscriptions payable in advauca. Piltlpr will Ha tuweu : expiration ot time paid to unless renewed, Entered at the post office at Marion, Illinois, as , tviu cjuhh man matter. "TEXAS DAY" IN CONGRESS. "Texas Day" which was celebrated tgam a snort iirae ago Dy tJie Texas deJe- " ;ation in Congress, is getting to be an event nucn iooKea lorward to by the house as its .'hief form of recreation. "Texas Day," of ;uuise, means mat tne I'exas delegation in U1C "uuae was again engagea. in aenouncng..Thomas L. Blanton, a Texas member wnose biography in the conp-ressional di. rectory, furnished by himself, is a glowing awuuui, ui siaiesinansmp. After one Texan had told the house tliat the limitation of Darliam...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 30 May 1922

,,.... fKE SEMLWEEKLY LEADErt JOIfSTON CITY TO OBSERVE DAY Exercises Will' be Held at Temporary Monument to be Placed in the City Park. 4 JOHNSTON CITY, May 27. Deco ration Day will be observed again this year as usual, and the services will be held at the City Park under the auspices of the Grand Army Post the American Legion Post . and the Sons of eVterans Camp. All committees have been appoint ed and everything will- be done furnish a fitting service for the oc- , caaion, - - - The program will be changed a lit tle this time and Instead of marching to the cemetery as has been the cus tom, there will be a temporary monu ment erected at the park and the , service will be held around this mon ument instead of over the grave of some comrade. A parade will form as usual about 9:00 a. m., and march to the park: All children are invited to join in this march and arrangenienas are being made to, furnish each child , In the parade with a small American flag. All ministers are requested t ...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 30 May 1922

" 7 I- Adi four iHE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER ' tcksdaV Mat so, mi OATCAPSIZtD, IBIflY M'ANELLY SISTER DROWNS: SUNDAY MORNING MRS, J. F. SCOTT BURIED FRIDAY SPECIAL CAR OF 1 STATE BANKERS my Prominent Illinois and Missouri f Banker Visit in Marlon . Today, Mrs. S. L. Dearman Was Called to Service at the Warder Street BapCentralia on Account of Sad list CJiurch Interment Freedom. at Accident. POPE COUNTY, T il i. i'TI" " mix. v ' '"itfg"1 ' PULLEY'S MILL. 7 11 A special Pullman car, filled to capacity with prominent bankers of 'Hauls' and Missouri arrived here bis morning to attend the meeting I Group Ten Bankers. Those in the party were: ..ASSOCIATION OFFICERS Presi'nt Catchcart (vice president First tlonal Bank," Sidell); vice preslat Wirt Wright, (President Nanal Stock Yards National Bank, ationai Stock Yards); and Secre- ' ry M. A. Graettlnger. SPEAKERS H. Archibald Harris, f Archibald Hams Company, Cuiigo. Accounting and Tax Conusors lor the Association; Paul R. 'alters. President Illi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 2 June 1922

...... k . - - V:1THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 46 No. 365 Subscription fl.60 Per Year I J ' iMARIOft, lOJNoib. FRIDAY, JWNE 2, 1922 ftj frfk "Jf'Sf ' ill' Tir-W FIT ' f GUS GROSSON KILLED SUNDAY Shootlnfl Occurredon Sunday Monv Ing Inquest is Being Held . Today. Sunday morning about 11 a. m. Gus CrosBon, eon of Mac Crosson and living at 1009 North Court street' was shot and killed by his neighbor, John Oliver Phalp, .who lived on We,st Stockton street. Both men were married and both-were ex-service men. Coroner William McCown summoned a jury on Sunday afternoon composed of Robert Wandless, Ferdinand Barrett, H. W. Pennington, Scotty Connoll, Andrew McCluskey and 10. M. LaMaster. The jury heard the testimony of A. A. Sisk, who lived, near the two -homes and then aljournel until 4 p. m. Monday, when me cuj-uuercuum secure me preseuce of the, other witness. Shortly after the shooting, Phalp was placed under arrest by Chief of : Police Vinson aild at that time gav...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 2 June 1922

V"-' 1 .. ... I r I ftt,,. THS SEml-WxEKLY LEAD Lit iarionTehi-weekly leader ' FRlfcAf . itwS, i MfS- ME, REPUBLICAN-LEADER (incorporated) Publisher. I rrankim street. - juariou. uuauis, V- . W. O. PAISLEY, Editor I i OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. th I SUBSCRIPTION RATES Six Months 75 Year ...r. 1.69 All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will be ipfed at expiration of time paid to unless renewed. filtered at the post office, at Marion, Illinois, as Jrckd class mail matter. A WATER WAY TO THE SEA. The fact that a car load of shingles was ceived in Marion last Saturday which ame Dy water irom beanie to tt. Liouis Jth only a hundred miles ot the long trip I rail calls our attention to the fact that ,ve are directly interested in development hi water transportation. A lew months ago nine operators from this county made in- estifrations as to the prospects ol making coal shipments to South American ports via ;Ohio and Mississippi rivers to wew urJls and then across the gulf to the p...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 2 June 1922

Ml! FRIDAY, iUNH 2, JHE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER ft a At fhntte&L LIST OF GRADE SCHOOL GRADS Annual Commencement of Eighth Grade to be Held nt . First Methodist Church. The annual graduating exercises of tho Marion and vicinty grade schools will be held on Monday evening, June 5 til t P. m., at the First Methodist church. The program Includes invocation by Vr. tiennian A. Goff, the class au irss hv Dr. A. M. Laird and benedic tion by Dr. A. E. Prince. County Sup erintendent of School J. w. raciunnv will present the diplomas. The clasB will sing "Blow Soft Winds." and the "Spinning Song.' Miss Lucille Chapman will give a reading and Gerald Anderson will sing -a solo. A sextette consisting or wnHum Holland, Ludlno Hogan, Mary stfinhenson. Kathryn Stroud, Roseniary Mills and Mary Starrlck will sing the "Evening Song. The Hat of graduates will be as follows: Murlon City Schools. 1 Aidoin Allen, Ola Anderson, Verna T.nulse Atwood, Leavlu Allen, Uerasa Anderson. George ' Alexander, ...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 2 June 1922

( ?wr0VB 'S' ...'.'' ...... ...... : MOTORIST FORGET LAW Regulation in Regard to Placing of License' Number It Not Observed. The season of increased motoring is at hand and among the things in cident to driving according to regu lations is the question of the proper .dlBp.lay of the tfieeuse plates. Many Marion autolsts have very unique and original ways of display i ine their plates. -On most cars the plates are carried on both front and rear and are placed rather close to the ground but at least one motorist has his front plate tacked to the top of the machine while drivers of trucks have the plates nailed on In various places. The state regulations require that license plates be displayed on uoth front and rear of the car in a conspicuous place. The number plates should be fastened securely so that they do not swing loosely. The rearj number plate should be placed not less than twenty inches above the ground. No other specifications are made as to the location of the license plat...

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