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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 4 August 1922

THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLI AMSO v COUNTY Vol.47, No. 10 MARION, ILLINOIS FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1922 M. & E. HANDLES BUSINESS WITH AUTOMOBILE BUS Shopmen's Strike Ties Up Line and All Service is Discontinued. BUS RUNS ON REGULAR SCHEDULE TO PAULTON Embargo on Car Load Freight But Trunk Lines Can Haul Over Line. LEFT SUNDAY FOR TRAINING GAMP Many Are to Attend Months' Camp at Camp Custer Butler and Bruce Leave. The Marlon and Eastern Railroad which operated between Marion and Pittsburg and Paulton has taken off all of its trains and is handling the business now by means ofa big buss which seats 15 passengers besides the driver The freight, in less than car load lots, the mail ina express will be handled by a large truck. An embargo has been placed on all freight in less than car load lots. C. R. McFarland of the railroad' an-i, nounced however that permission had been granted trunk lines to use their tracks In delivering any car load shipments that might come in from o...

Publication Title: Marion Semi-Weekly Leader
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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 4 August 1922

FftfPAY, augiM 4, lirt ffSTTn'. MARION SEMI-WEEKLY THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publi$hen. 103 Prinklin Street. Marion. Illinois. W. O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Dl. lf..ntku S .75 roi CtIA tHUUluo Par Viir All subscriptions payable in advauce. Paper will lie topped at expiration of lime paid to unless renewed. Entered at the post office at lecond class wail matter. PERMANENT CANADIAN TREATY. It is a surprise to most Americans to learn that the famous liush-Bagot agreement, on which the peaceful relations of Canada and the United States are based, has never been anything more than a temporary compact arranged by diplomatic notes and liable to termination by either country on six months notice. Premier King has been in Washington lately, trying to persuade the United States government to embody this understanding ina permanent treaty. It certainly speaks well for the two countries concerned when they can stretch out a six months peace ag...

Publication Title: Marion Semi-Weekly Leader
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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 4 August 1922

MMV, AtfOt'8 4 IMS OME BUREAU'S AUGUST SCHEDULE program for Month Opens with Meet ing at Lake Creek on Wednesday. THMM-WEBKLV LEADER Th following schedule for the month of August lias been announced by Miss Stella Hutaon, Home Adviser for Williamson county: Wednesday, August 2, Lake Creek. Thursday, August 3,. West Marlon, Mis. Otis Kelley. Friday, August 4, Crab Or'chard Saturday, August 5, Office. Monday, August -7, Executive, committee. Tuesday, August 8, Pittsburg. Wednesday, August 9, Dykersburg. Friday, August 11, Johnston City. Saturday, August 12, Office. Monday August 14, Marion. Tuesday, August 14, Ozark. Wednesday, August 16, Crab Tree. Thursday, August 17, HowertoD. Tuesday, August 22, Farm Bureau Picnic. , Wednesday, August 23, Dykersburg. Friday, August 25, Paulton. o BENTON BYARS NOW AT HOME. Benton Byars.of North Garfield st, who was seriously injured while driving in the. races at Harrisburg last W ednesday was able to be brought home Monday. On Tuesday he was re po...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 4 August 1922

w r ieAa remit GODDARD BACK FROM VACATION ' TRIP TO EUROPE Former Marion Man and His Wife Return from Extended Visit Abroad. FIND CONDITIONS FAR FROM NORMAL England Hit by Strikes, Italy by Strikes, Marks Almost Valueless. LeRoy A. Goddard reached Chicago . o...,.iai aftpr sDending three mm kin''.1 nmntha In Europe. He told theeditor of the REPUBLICAN-LEADER of the i.lans for his trip just before he start ed and of how he had scheduled the .;. r.fth entire Journey. He ai that time had his tickets for the Pas sion Play at Oberamereau as well as reservations for hotels at the different places he and Mrs. Goddard planned to visit. An account of his observations while abroad is given in the following story from the Chicago Daily News of Monday: European countries are in a bad way economically and little improvement can be expected intheir condition ac cording to LeRoy A. Goddard, chair man ofthe board of directors of the State Bank of Chicago, who with Mrs. Goddard returned yesterday af...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 8 August 1922

Marion THE HOME PAPER OF JtfARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNT Vol. 47, No. 11 SNEED NOTIFIED THAT TONNAGE GUARANTEES CONFERENCE MONDAY Head of Miners' Organization in This District Is Told That Secretary of Labor Has Endorsed Cleveland Conference for the Government. 1 HERRIN, August 3 Senator W. J. Sneed, head of the miners union in this sub-district received telegraphic notice this morning that sufficient tonnage had been guaranteed to assure the interstate conference of operators and mine workers at Cleveland on next Monday. This conference was called by President John L. Lewis of the United Mine Workers Workers. Mr. Sneed, while not divulging his source of information believed It to he fully reliable and stated that he was told in this same message that the government had guaranteed its backing ofthis conference thru Secretary of Labor Davis. "This means," said Senator Sneed, "that the time for stato agreements has passed." The conference was called for all miners end all operators in t...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 8 August 1922

PAGE TWft MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publisher. 103 Franklin Street. Marlon, Illinois. W. O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Six Months Per Year All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will be stopped at expiration or time paid Entered at tbe post office at second class mail matter. LAWYERS FURNISH GOOD EXAMPLE There are some things well learn from the lawyers. A lawyer's Dusiness is to get an tne tacts of Jus client's case, look them carefully over, weighing the ."L a.1 x i i ii uutigs uiai are against mm mat are tor him, and then fully and dispassionately what it is best to do. How many of us are wise inis witn our own aiiairsr ONE MUST STAND THE STRAIN. No man can make any real plav for sue cess or accomplish much in life early learn to bear the strain of uncertainty. The natural craving of any normal mind is for assurance, for security, for surcease from the gnawing anxiety of suspense. But the great , ...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 8 August 1922

PINK MULE PARTY AT THE SPRINGS preachers and All Enjoyed Sipping the "Forbidden Liquid at the Assembly. (By D. H. Barnwell.) CREAL SPRING, August 4. (Speclal ) The recreation period on Wednesday afternoon was a hummer again It contained lots of pep with a big percentage of the responsibility resting on Preston. Race, my oh! the auto race brought out eomt speedy contestants. The Ford was there, and the Dodge made made a fine showing. Men, women and children raced and they were real snappy races too. The ladies' long-step race was especially lively. Beautifully colored paper prizes were awarded. , The pink mule party was a "braying" success, and was attended by a large crowd as witnesses to the ceremonial. Plenty of pink mule punch was served for a nominal fee. The dollar pitching tournament is one that is proving a great thriller. ' At four o'clock Dr. Gillon delivered anotherexcellent address on evangel ism which was heartily received. Al ter the bright and soul stirring sing lug at...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 8 August 1922

.A. Vs j TUESDAY, AUGUST 8, 1922 PAGE FOUR illE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER HUNDREDS ATTHE Assembly at Creal SDrlna It Well Attended Three Hundred Registered. (By D. H. Barnwell.) The program of Tuesday, the sec oud day of the Baptist Assembly was carried thru with but little alterations. Classes in B. V. P. U Sunday school and Missions were organized in due order with able leaders in'charge. Rev. J. MvDameron led in the early morning devotions which were well attended. W. H. Preston is at the head of the B. Y. P. U. class which means that there will be something doing in that line each day. Miss Margaret Frost is in charge of the elementary Sunday school work and Prof. H. L. At wood in charge of the Bible, are J thoroly aliveand bid fair to do great good in their respective lines during the week. Dr. W. P. Trogmorton, edi tor of the Illinois Baptist is instructor in "The Doctrines of our Faith." All these classes are filling up as the new delegates arrive. The address by Rev. D. H. Mathias ...

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

Mm OH THE HOWE PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 47, No. 12 MARION, ILLINOIS FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1922, Subscription $1.50 l'cr Year SULPHUR SPRINGS WRECK WAS ONE OF WORST IN RAILROAD HISTORY Many of Injured Now in St. Louis Hospitals Will Probably Die as Condition Is Reported as Critical Three Separate Investigations Started. clSric company! NO GENERAL RAIL STRIKE PLANNE The Marion Motor Cur Co.,. is the; nama of the automobile company, which is handling the Cleveland cars, j This is c omposed of Judge W, O. i Pulle,, Monis Pjlter and Gilbert j White an' U oily a change in name -from the Cleveland Motor Sales com pany 'lhe tuRiige is maue on ac- count o fthe expansion of the bust AT MEETING Show Fine Peaches Grown Near Marion , '", ,noss as the company has, now taken -Thirty-,eveu are known to be dead and the list . . ,Durant . i ..i, isn in Hib rear end crash on the Missouri Pacific railroad Injured win - ut Sulphur Springs, Mo., Saturday night. Many of the injured are in a...

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

ill Hi fife iMMiMUU jr V. MARION SEH1-WEEKLY THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publisher. 10S Franklin Street. Marion. Illinois. W. 0. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: er Six Months Per Year All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will be topped at expiration of time paid to unless renewed. Entered at the post office at Marion, Illinois, second class mail matter. CORN AND COIN. With a crop estimated at nearly three billion bushels which will bring in the neighborhood of 60 cents a bushel on the average this year, the corn growers of the country will have something more than pin money to spend. They will receive for their crop something over $1,750,000,000 for their crop. The Democrats will hardly attempt to make an issue of that. Something overa year ago the price 6f corn was so low that there was talk of using it for fuel inthe west. Before the passage of theemergency tariff law we were importing considerable quantities of corn, most all of it...

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

rmi AfGi; iliifti. .' , . FIUUAY STUNTS HIT OF ASSEMBLY Delayed Letter Tells of Dig Time at Creal Springs on Friday Afternoon. CREAL SPRINGS, August 5. The big Baptist Assembly will close its third session on Sunday and has beeu an immense success. There have been special features throughout the program and all have been enjoyed. The Friday recreation p.eriod at the Baptist Assembly was unique. A wild west show waa staged. Features: Bright colors, paint, feathers, 'citeincut, parade about campus, stunts, duels, dog machine. Movie stars present: "Mary Pickford," "Charlie Chaplin, 'Pearl White," and others. Kidnapping and rescue, bronco riding, negro singing and wedding. The wholo countryside wag out in force. All enjoyed It Dr. Glllon's address on 'Vows," at the four o'clock hour was good, and to the disappointment of the big assembly he closed his work on Friday evening. His closing discourse was on "Salvation." Large numbers of young people came forward, dedicating their Uvea to so...

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

FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1922, PAGE FOUR illE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER 400 REGISTERED AT THE ASSEMBLY Attendance at Baptist Gathering In Creal Springs Is Exceptional. (By IX H. BARNWELL) CRBAL SPRINGS, August 6. (Special) The list of paid regist rants had reached about four hundred Thursday night. Dr. Rodman, in charge of the Assembly book stand, is kept quite busy showing patrons through his large collection. uurin gine recreation period on Thursday a thrilling game of ball was played. The "Fits" were over whelmingly victorious over the "Give- Em-Fits." During this period each day everybody relaxes, loosens up and "takes in" plenty of clean fun. All wrk and no play makes nearly any body dull, you know. imps ioerr auti iier girls hail a little hike out to Turkey Bluff early Thursday where they took a good look about the beautiful scenery and after an interesting service of wor- JESSE ABNEY ... ., , . HEADS 2710 POPE COUNTY NEWS. ' The big home coming singing at Zion as well attended and the For...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 15 August 1922

THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLfAMSO N COUNTY Vol. 4T, No. 13 MARION, ILLINOIS TUESDAY, AUGUST 15. 19222. REBATES WHEN YOU PAY PHONE BILL IN SEPT Sub New Rates Ordered by Commerce Commission Are Now Effective. REDUCTIONS TO DATE FROM AUGUST FIRST Business Phones Reduced Fifty Cents and Rresidence Phones a Quarter. The new telephone, rates ordered by the Illinois Commerce Commission giving a reduction in phone rates in Marion and thirty other Egyptian cities became effective on August 1. A. B. Minton, president of the Telephone Company stated that as thi3 month's bills were made out before the commerce decision was rendered, he would make the new rate effective September first and then rebate the over payment this month on the September bill. , The new rates give a fifty cent per month reduction on. all business tele- i phones and twenty-five cent a month on individual residence phones, but no reduction on two party residence phones. Rural residence, and rural business phones wero ...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 15 August 1922

J PAGJt f Wfv THE SMi-WtktV LEADER TUESDAY. AUGUST 15, 1923. 11 MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER! THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporate) Pulihrc 103 Franklin Street. Marion. MlnoU. W. O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY. City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: er Six Montba f .11 Per Year 1.M AU subscriptions payable la advance. Paper will be topped at expiration of time paid to anleas renewed. Entered at the post office at Marion, Illinois, as second class mail matter. AN ADDED BLOW. Another blow to the pride of man, masculine gender, first person, decidedly singular was struck the other day, when a man in Los Angeles confessed that he was the "Bertha M. Clay," who, during a long series of years wrote under that nom de plume the blood-curdling novels which, appearing ev ery month, kept the colonel's lady and Judy 0 Grady agitated under the skin. The best that may be said for the "Bertha M .Clay" novels is that they were not issued on the installment plan. The situations were so intense that continuin...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 15 August 1922

TUESDAY, AUGUST 15. 19222. MERCHANTS OF TWO CITIES TO CROSS BATS Herrin Merchants, and Marion Merchants to Play at Herrin. GAME CALLED FOR THURS. AFTERNOON Play Game at ChapmanVeach Ball Park No Admission Thursday. August 17tU, at 4 p. the famous Rotary Club basetoll leam, which is made up entirely of Herrin merchants, will meet the Marion Merchants' team at the Chapman-Veach ball park in Herrin lor a specially matched game. From the line-up ot both of the teams it appears that there w.l be plenty of inn md excitement for the ball fans who art going to be in attendance at tliis game. There will be no charge made for admission except a small charge ol good-will from eath one- attending. Thi charge is made so as to insure the safe return to their resL'. ciive homes of the two umpires vho will decide how good or bad the merchants' are as ball players, as the case may be. Both teams are keeping the names of their umpires a deep, dark tecret nnd maintain that they will nui divulge their ...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 15 August 1922

TUESDAY, ATJOTJSt 15, 1922. ROAD BUILDING THROOUT STATE 2D1TORS NOTE: The fob EDITOR'S NOTE: The following summary of the road work being done In Illinois was written lor the REPUBLICAN-LEAD-KK and the International News Service by State Senator Richard R. Meents. Very little first hand information ou road building over the state as a whole, has been given out through the pres3, and Senator Meents' resume presents a terse account of the present road building situation in Illinois. As chairman of the state board of highway exainiuers, Senator Meents has the latest Information of roadway developments in the state. He is the author of the Meents road law. Dy RICHARD K. MEENTS (Written for the REPUBLICAN LEADER and for the International News Service. ASHKUM, 111, August 10. The more the taxpayers of the great prairie State to learn about the campaign mada "to pull Illinois otil of the nuiiK" the more momentum that citmpiipn has gained. To accomplish results that General Assembly has bee...

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

arm THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 47, No. 14 MRS. HART TO ADDRESS ANNUAL BUREAU PICNIC Former State Woman's Club President to Speak at Fair Grounds. PICNIC TO BE AUGUST 22d Farm and Home " Bureaus Are to Combine for An- - nual Festival. The annual Farm and Home Ilureau U to be held at the couuty fair grouuds In Marlon on Tuesday, Aug. 22nd, and arrangements have been made lor Mrs. William H. Hart of iteiiton to speak, upon the subject of 'Home Ideals." Mis. Hart Is one ol the most prominent women In Illinois, having been state president of the Illinois Federated Women's clubs. She is a fine speaker and a deep thinker and makes a splendid address. The picnic program Is as follows: 10:00 A. M. 50-yard dash for boys under 15 years. Prize given. Potato race for girls under 16 years. Prize given. Three-legged race, free for all. Crecker-whistle contest. . Slow Ford race high gear. Hcg calling contest. Father and son i ace. Prizes. 11:01) a. m. Home Bureau Program. 1...

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

FRIDAY, AUGUST U, 1921 PAGE TWfi MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publlhr 103 Franklin Street. Marlon, IlllnoU. W. O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: fer Six Monthi Per Year AU subscriptions payable In advance. Paper will be topped at expiration of time paid to Entered at the post office jecond class mail matter. at A FINE LECTURES A dozen editorials couldi be written from thots dropped by Dr. William Forkell in his lecture at the Marion Chautauqua on Saturday night, but outstanding m his lec ture was his hatred for a foreigner. He loves the American, who was foreign born, but he hates the foreigner who ca with his body and leaves his soul back inthe old country, the foreigner who comes here to get the American dollar and then go back, the foreigner who takes out of the country all he can get, but puts nothing into the country. He said the same thing applied in Marion as elsewhere he was sure. ... Many he said, doubtless...

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

FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1922. DO YOU WANT A BOY OR GIRL IN YOUR HOME? Du Quoin Children's Home Has Twenty-five Children to PlaceHOME IS DOING WONDERFUL WORK Mrs. Minne E. Smith Can Give Information to Those Wishing It. I you have no children in your home and want a sweot, loveable hoy or girl between the ages of lour and sixteen, Mrs. Minnie E. Smith of the Illinois Children's home and Aid Society, of DuQuoln, has Just the child you want. Mrs. Smith was In Marion on Wednesday and says that she lias from 25 to .50 fine children to be I placed in homes and would like to place some of these in Marion. Mrs. Smith states that the home at DuQuoin is badly in need of funds now and that anyone who can help should do so, but the placing of children has no connection with the fund raising. In 1921 the society served 2,524 children, a large number of whom were from Williamson county. . o . MATRIMONIAL f . Volk-Barber. Mis3 Berulce Barber and Joseph A. Volk were united in marriage Wednesday morning ...

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

PAG3 FOUR HE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER UNION MINERS DIGGING COAL IN OHIO AGAIN STATEMENT BY F. FARRINOTON President of Illinois r.line Worker uie Mn Attituda in , , ' Controversy ,' First Coal Removed Today m Twenty Weeks of Coal Mine Strike. LOCAL MINERS The i following telegram, giving Presiuem trunk arriugtou'g pobiion iu ilie strike controversy shows plainly his position In ttie case: . "Press reports that 1 ave said 1 wouiu reiuse to, sign au interstate ugi 1'Uieut.j is enemy propagauua, to aeceive our members into ttie beliel that i aui tryin to prevent tne mak- EXPECT TO WORK iug 01 au Interstate agreement an lo aj iitb siuiwuwurK iu uiame me jor Coal Mines of County Are in Keadiness for Imme-, - ditee Action. CLEVELAND, 0., August 16. Coai was cut in the deep bituminous mines of Ohio today tor the lirst time iu twenty weeks, following the signing of a new scale agreement between the miners and operators. The ' only production, during me strike, which started April first, was from o...

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