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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 25 February 1921

NL.. -SEMI' WEEKLY THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 46 No. 244. MARION, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1921. SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 PER YEAF. PATRON'S DAY AT LOGAN SCHOOL KKOONCE DIED TUESDAY MASSAC IS TOR JUDGE HARTWELL BASS IS FREED ON RED GROSS TO DONATES $500 TO ASK DISOLUTION - HELP EYE FUND CREAL ORPHANAGE OF PINE ASSN. MURDER CHARGE Marion jueadbr Parents and Friends of School Children to Attend School on Friday Afternoon. Marion Mother Was Sick for Several MonthsHusband Is Confined to His Home. Next Friday will be "Patron's Day" at tile Logan school and Principal Elmer 'Finley and the teachers at the school havo planned an interesting program for that afternoon, All who uro interested In the school and its work are invited to be present. The program follows: . . Observe school work from 1 to 2 p. m. MuBic First and second grades. . Music Third and fourth grades. . Exercises Fifth and sixth grades. "What Patrons Have" a Right to ' Expect Fromv Teachers" By Mrs....

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 25 February 1921

. ! - ' FRIDAY, " FEBRUAHY 25 192'1. PAGE TWO THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER ... i i i f .1! ,'J' ir THE MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (INCORPORATED) PUDlisDerS, 103 Franklin Street W. 0. PAISUU. lialior. x OLDHAM PA'SLKY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Per Six Months, : .75 Per Year, 11.60 All subscriptions payable In advance. Paper will be stopped at expiration of time paidto unless renewed. Entered at the post oOce at Marlon, THE WILLIAMSON . The Williamson County Farm Bureau is now near- mg tne end of its third year. This organization is one which is doing a great work for agriculture in Williamson county and especially for the farmers who compose its membership. It is made up of progressive men but not' near all or the live, pushing farmers are on its rolls. The work which has already been done by the bureau has counted for much and the work now planned will accomplish much more. This is along educational lines ana also those ot co-operation m the buying and marketin...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 25 February 1921

MSTSVftHnlrv A V. ...XnSTTTT A TV (W THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER PAGE THREE V.E. HART WILL LEAVE BUREAU Farm Adviiof Has Notified Execu tlve Committee of His Intention to Leave May 1st. It hag just become known that W Hart, farm aavisor ana organizer of the Williamson County Farm Bu reau intends to leave the local bu reau on May 31st when bis present term expires. Mr. Hart signed a three year con tract with the local farm bureau and under his direction . It has grown from a very weak affair until now it Is one of the strongest In Egypt with constant work. The three year contract expires the last of May and recently the executive committee of for another year, but he declined to accept same. Mr. Hart , has not revealed bis plans lor me luiure, dui h is uuuerstood that be Is seriously considering a proposition which would keep him In Marion. The farm bureau has taken no stops as yet to secure a successor. The Williamson County Farm Bureau has grown from Infancy to Its present membership in...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 25 February 1921

FRIDAY; TEBRtTARY '25, 1921. THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER PAGE FOUR Ml' f f IN 1 ! ; 4 h V White County to Have First Hanging Since Far Back in 1834 , Whte county is soon to ' have lis first hanging since April, 1834. This Baseball Bee Buzxlna. t was made positive when too Mate The baseball bees in all other Supreme court upheld the decision of communities have been buzzing Die White county circuit court, when around considerable of late, altbo il convicted Frank Lowhone of the thoro is no outward Indications of murder of Max Nottingham, which oc- any swarming in Marion. Newspaper cm-red in -April, 1919. I.awhone will be " men have not been able to secure any hanged in Carnii on the 16th day of dopo to hand out to the thungry fans as yet, no matter how much the baseball tooth is beginning to ache. However, one man on the inside, was willing to say unofficially, that he expected a meeting of supporters and enthusiasts would be called about March 1. Otis Glass was elected" president of the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 1 March 1921

Marion MAR ' 5 1921 SEMIWEEKLY LEAD. THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 46 No. 245. MARION, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY, MARCH 1, 1921. SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 PER YEAR GOAL RECORD FOR PAST YEAR Over Nine Thousand Tons of Coal Mined and 22 Killed and 422 Injured During 12 Months. The 39th annual coal report fnr the state of Illinois has just been issued ati Springfield by the department of mines and minerals. The book is issued under date of January 1, but la for the fiscal year, ending June 30, 11)20. 'ine records are only available from 1882 in which year Williamson county produced 130,382 tons wltl one mine employing 180 men. That same year Sangamon county with 13 mines, employing 1,006 men produced 632,836 tons and Franklin county did not produce any coal. , From 1882 to 1920, inclusive, the state reports a total of 1,348,675,515 tons mined and the leading counties follow: , j Williamson county, 130,649,808 tons Sangamon county, 127,320,870 tons. Macoupin county, 113,847,510 ,...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 1 March 1921

TUESDAY, MARCH 1. 1921. 7! PAGE TWO THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER j.- ! t M ? - f V 1 I f : 1; THE MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER 101 Franklin Street. W. O. PAISLKY, Editor. OLDHAM PA'.SLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Per Six Months Per Year, All subscriptions payable in advance. time paidto unless renewed. Catered at the post office at Marlon. FOR GOOD GARDENS. Washington mail sacks, loaded with the 1921 consignment of free government seeds, are, speeding over the rails to almost each of the most remote townships in the country. 1 More money is being spent by the government to supply these seeds this year than ever before. . Seeds that cost nearly $400,000 are being distributed for free trial. . . " Mail order seed houses are being besieged by an amiy for catalogs. ' Already the windows of the corner grocery store have blossomed with the big seed boxes containing their thousands of packets. The lowly bean is next to the giant crimson tomato packet, and the gaudy green lettuce seed flirts ...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 1 March 1921

.-fix - ' "V. TUESDAY, - MARCH l; mm) Market summary furnished by the Bureau of MarketB, U- S. Department of Agriculture for week ending, Feb. ruary 25th: FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Sacked round white potatoes up 1020c per 100 pounds f. o. b. northern shipping stations, reaching 90c, 1.10. Chicago carlot market up 20c closing $1.25, $1.35 sacked. Round whites weakened slightly at western N. Y. shlnnine ooints. closinK around 95c. N. Y. market weak, down 25-30c at $1.10, $125 bulk. Cold storage Bald win apples firm western N. Y. f. o b. stations at ?4.2g, $4.3g per barrel. Baldwins steady in city markets, mostly $4.50-5. Northwestern extrt fancy w'nesaps steady N. Y. and Boston," yd, $4.50;-middlewestern marked jlostly $3-4 per box. Danish typb cabbage steady f. o. b. around $8 per ton bulk. Eastern city markets slow and dull, $15-18 per ton; Florida Wakefield $1.10-20 ped 1 buahells hamper. Florida celery irregular in consuming markets, mostly $2.50-3 I per cium. Dmpyiug i',uiiiin v-l-uu...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 1 March 1921

PAGE FOUR INJURED VHEN AUTO HIT BUGGY Mr. and Mr. Ben Baiars of Johnston City War Struck By Car Drlvan By C. L. Moalay. On Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Ben Baiara of Johnston City were coming to a birthday party at the home of Mr, and Mrs. John Smalling when their buggy was hit by an automobile owned and driven by C. I Moaley. Mr. Mosley was . driving in the same direction as were Mr. and Mrs. Baiars and with out strong headlights. He had kero sene lights on the head of his car and admitted he was driving at good speed when he saw the buggy not more than twenty feet ahead of him. He could not stop or turn aside before colliding with the rear end of the buggy. Both Mr. and Mrs. Baiars were thrown to the hard road and suf fered several cuts and bruises the wprst of which was a small artery being cut on Mrs. Baiars' head. Mr. Mo9ley was also thrown against the steering wheel and hurt in the breast but it was not thot to be serious. Harry Whitnel, who was in the car with Mosley was th...

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PAGE FIVE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 1 March 1921

THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER PAGE FIVE DIED FRIDAY NIGHT. the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Dowden and besides the husband,' the brothers and sisters whosurvive are David, Ethelen and Harriet Dpwden. Funeral services on Saturday afternoon at 2 p. m. at the colored Baptist church conducted by Deacon Davis with interment at Maplewood ceemtery. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. lands and goods, but far more to us are his high aims that came down to us and call to a good life. So he lpails his people still. At this fitting time the pastor of the church. Dr. H. A. Goff will refer to some of the gopd things that have been inherited by this nation from our first president. Those who ested also in the Sabbath school lesson. There are classes for all and hearty welcome. Let the 27th of February be a banner day in all departments of the work of the church. Monroe Stone has bought the Rich, ard Cox Cottage on South HiU street. The transaction was handled by JA. Oasklll & Co. Ward Simpson has purchas...

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PAGE SIX [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 1 March 1921

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 4 March 1921

Jit M TrhTTjTT? Leader ift MAR & THE HOME PAPEP. OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 46 No. 246. MARION. ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, MARCH 4, i921. SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 PER YEAR UA JLJi. Tl. -A. V CHAMP CLARK DIED WEDNESDAY Prominent Democratic Leader An swerd Roll Call .it His Home In Washington. Special to KKPUBUCJkH-LEAVER WASHINGTON, D. C, 2:10 P. M. CHAMP CLARK PASSED AWAY AFTER SEVERAL WEEK'S ILLNESS. WASHINGTON, D. C, March 2 The condition of Representative Champ Clark was pronounced as dy ing at 12:30 p. m. on Wednesday by Dr. Jesse Sboup, his physician. Dr. Shoup said that death might come within a few minutes or that he might linger for several hours. FAIL TO FIN ENTOMBED MEN Drillers, After Many Handicaps Reached What Was Believed to Be the Death Chamber. Sjiioio! to REPUBLICAN-LEADER DU QUOIN, March 2. Shortly after 8 o'clock last night workmen drilling at the Dowell mine to rescue seven men entombed there since Wednesday's disastribus fire, reached theentry where the v...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 4 March 1921

PAGE TWO THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1925 . THE MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE KtPUBLICANLEADER (INCORPORATED) Publisbera, 109 Franklin Strvt. Marioa. uiinoi. W. O. PAlSLfcJ. Editor. OLDHAM PA'.SLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Per Six Months. ' 75 Per Tear, Ji.GO All subscriptions payable in ndvance. Paper will be stopped at expiration of time paldto unless renewed. Sintered at the post otSce at Marion. Illinois, as second class mall manor. GRANDMA BEARD IS 101 YEARS OLD Resident of Herrln Celebrated Birth' day Saturday at Home of Granddaughter in Herrin. Some heads are only good to eateh cold with. Ask yourself why an eraser goes with every pencil, me nexi time you start to criticize some one. Democrats still complain they were not notified in time tnat tnere was to be an election. The sunshine of good times is already shining on the nauon. It doesn't make any difference what hold you get of a federal income tax return blank you're going tc have a "wrassle." THE MIK...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 4 March 1921

FRIDAY, MARCH 4, ' 1921. THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER PAGE THREE H S i3o-Aa J? y r-n id ST, LOUIS, March' 1. Today's re ceipta Cattle, 3600; calves, 700; hogs, 16,000; sheep, 1300.. Cattle The cattle market was spotted with fat steera Belling steady In most cases, altnougn mere were a few sales today that looked 25c lower, nutcher stuff generally steady with last week's close, except on fat veOTlings which kind sold 25c lower. Receipts of stockers and feeders . light and the market on that class was active and about 25c higher than last week's close. Beet steers $7 to $10.50; stockers "and feeders $5.75 to $7.75; stock cows and heifers $4 to $5.50: butcher cattle' $5.50 to $9.75; beef cows $5.50 to $7.00; canners and cutters $3 to $4.50; canner yearlings $3 to $3.50; beef bulls $5.50 to $6.25; sausage bulls $4 to $5. Hogs Receipts at all western markets were more liberal today than a week ago, resulting in a lower market compared with last week's close. The market opened 25c lower than Sa...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 4 March 1921

FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1921, PAGE FOUR THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER JUGM COUNTY ASKS STATE PARK Senator Otis Glenn Introduces Bill in Legislature to Appropriate J150.000.OO. MURPHYSBORO, March 2. Sen ator Otsl F. Glenn within the course of the next few days will present to the Illinois senate a bill for the proposed purchase of Big Hill in Jackson county for state park pur poses. ' . The bill was drufted in the offices o the law firm of Martin '& Glenn Murphysboro, and provides among other things for the purchase of ap proximately 3500 acres of land, in cluding the Fountain Bluff area and 125 acres additional, including the famous Boulton Springs in an area of territory extending from the Mis souri Pacific railroad. '; '. The bill is meant to provide for the appropriation of $150,000 for pur chase of the necessary tract and to meet incidental expenses of the deal, and set aside the area as a state park and the preservation of the beautiful wilds of rare vegetation and rock formation...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 8 March 1921

UlMH SEMI-WEEKLY LI A THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 46 No. 247. MARION, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY, MARCH 8, 1921 Subscription $1.50 Per Year MARION. TO HOLD COUNTY SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION HERE State Workers Are Coming to Marion for One Day Session. MEETINGS AT THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH Interest in Sunday . Schools .Thruout, County is Growing Rapidly. County Superintendent of Schools, J. W. McKinney has Just received the program for the one day county Sunday school convention to be held Aa Marion on Wednesday, March 9. The sessions are to he held at the Christian church and all Sunday school workers are urged toattend. Three state Workers, General Secretary George N. Burnie, Superintendent of Children's and Educational Divisions. Miss Pearl L. Weaver and Superintendent of Young People's and Adult divisions, Clarence L. De; pew are to be present and assist in the conduct of the work. Miss Weaver made many friends when she was here last year nd the other workers are equally w...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 8 March 1921

tftrESTJAT, MARCH, 8, 1921 THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER r THE MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LOADER . FARMERS WISH SPARTA COMING TO TOURNAMENT THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (INCORPORATED) Publisners, . HART RETAINED 103 Franklin Street- Marlon. Illinois. W. O. PAISHUK, KUHor. OLDHAM PA'.SLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Martin ot Stonefort, who is on tha sick list. Vernie Venus is visiting bis brother in Oaklahoma. , ' Per Six Months, 76 Per Year, $1.60 All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will be stopped at expiration of Members -of Williamson County Farm Bureau Ask That Directors Keep Present Advisor. Basketball Tournament Hera Will Be Much Harder Fought Than ' First Anticipated. t SOUTHERN. 4 CLATTERVILLE. 4 time paidto unless renewed. PAGE TWO y ' , : i -h i ttutered at the post office at Marlon, Illinois, as second class mall matter. James Barter called up the RE- PUBLICAN-LEADER on Thursday and asked that the sentiment of the farmers in the east part of William son county be published to the...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 8 March 1921

TUESDAY, wjuwn 1921. THE SEMI.WElf&Y LEADER - PAGE THREE I P.? Franklin of St. Louis was , business visitor In Marion Thursday Misses Helen Mae. and Harriet Alice Thornton went to Oorevllle Frl- ' day to spend the week end with rela tives. Ed Jones and his mother, . Mrs. Mary Jones went to Goreville Frlduy on business. They have just purchased a (arm near oGrevIlle and will move there Monday. Miss Velma Ward went to Gore ville Friday, to spend the week' end with her grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. , Tom Ward Mrs. Emily Childers returned to her home in Goreville Friday after spending a few days in Marlon visit ing her daughter, Mrs. Fred Buckner and Mrs. Eva '-Ciassler. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Lingle returned to their, home in Goreville Friday after having been called to Carbondale on account of the death ; of Mrs. . Lingle'g brother, Thomas Smith. Mr. and Mrs. 1Z. Holmes went to Buncombe Friday to visit over the . week end with Mrs. Holmes' mother. . Miss Glorlne IPerce went to G...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 8 March 1921

page Foy: THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER TTTESDAT, MARCH , 1921..' 8ELVER BUYS THE REID HOTEL EGYPT TO HAVE BOOM. C. I. Silver Will Remodel Building . and Double Space for Hia Ready-to-Wear Store. One' of the largest and most in tlueutial, banks' in Southern Illinois declares that there will certainly be Rreat growth in busiuess iiiid finan cial circles of Egypt in the imme diate future, and that this bank is making hurried preparations to be ready to take care of its share of the business. To that end, the bank is to beEin. immediately the construc tion of a much larger building, and it will notably increase its capital stock. -Apparently with the same idea Thru the purchase of the Reid In mind, Olney is to merge two of ,..ii.n ji ,m,.i, m her tanks into one with a much Th.n'srtfln I. -Silver will 1'-Ker t'"l,lt1 stock "cording to the be in a position to double the Bize Olney Times. of his popular ready-to-wear store and will make same one of the finest stores in state. Mr. Silver has been...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 11 March 1921

MAR l5 TvT II fl n l W ' IM! II ttini m ' uT5 LjEADER LJLJ1VJLJL V V 'JUJUJ THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 4GHNO. 248. MAEION, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 1921. Subscription $1.50 Per Year 7" PYTHIAN KNIGHTS IN CONVENTION HERE SUNDAY Delegates From Third Dis- , trict. Discuss Flag Day Plans. , . . - ARRANGE FOR THE . FRANCFORT MEET Reports Show 3,000 Visitors Will Invade Frankfort June 14. . A meeting of delegates from the various Knights of Pythias lodges of Southern Illinois, embracing the Third district. Grand Domain of lilt nols, met Sunday afternoon in the castle hall of Monitor Lodge in this city, to complete plans for the big district convention which will ..be held In West Frankfort on Tuesday, June 14. The meeting was attended by delegates from thirteen out of the thirty-eight lodges of the. district. It was In charge of the officers of the district who were,' Fred Green baum, president; Harry M. Zwick, rice president; and R; L. Yearwood, secretary-trea...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 11 March 1921

PAGE TWO r L llit SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER FRIDAY, MAIlCM 11, iSSl MRION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers. 103 Prauklin Street. . Marion, Illinois. . V. O. PAISLEY. Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Ktlltor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Six Months $ .7! Per Year - 1.50 AH subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will be stopped at expiration or time paid to unless renewed Entered at the post a office at Marion, Illinois, as second class man matter. THE XEY CABINET. The new iirt'sitlcnt pieHentetl the unities of Lis cabinet to the senate in person anil their confirmation came quickly. The list included some names that are well known "all over the world and some which are not so well known Of the number the premier is a "man who has wonderful ability and should inspire i!ie confidence of everyone. Charles Evans Hughes, as secretary of state, is eminently fitted for the post, and his selection is drawing favorable comment even from those Republicans who opposed his nohi...

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