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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 5 August 1921

FRIDAY, AUGUST S, 1921 THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADf R' PAGE THREE IMM TWO mum iiui COUNTY IN GAMP AT ROCKFO FEB. MIGHT Williamson County has Good Representation in Government Camp. ALL ARE ENJOYING MONTHS OUTING Colonel Jackson Has Com mand of the Big Military Training Camp. CAMP GRANT, 111., Aug. 3 Sol diers are -again in the making at nnmn r.rfint. Illinois, at least, one no judges who is in the vicinity and hears the shouted commands or sees the rhythmic movements of hundreds of men going thru the physical exercises or the long lines of khaki- clad men wheeling into line and . column. Closer inspection reveals Hint these "are very young men, full of enthusiasm, "pep", and the pro verbial American spirit; they are of ficers in the making, they are candidates enrolled in the Citizens' Miltary Training Camp. Over twelve hundred of these candidates are at Camp Grant. Picked from &n application list of over ten thousand names . of men from three states in the Sixth Army Corps Are...

Publication Title: Marion Semi-Weekly Leader
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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 5 August 1921

aWaiiiiiiwiWW''''Wifa: 34. tXge four "HOSS RAGES" AT CREAL ASSEMBLY Baptist Takt an Hour Off for Play Every- Day Dr. Glnsburg to Clot Assembly. (By I. H. Barnwell) " CREAL. SPRINGS. Aug. 2. On Monday at the hour set aside for recreation, the big crowd at the Baptist Asseinbly gathered; headed by Rev. Julian Atwood, and hurried to the races and talk about "hoss races" nothing to match the "two ped" races pulled off on this happy oc casion. Elder Wilhoyte won in the fat men's race with his seconD crowing closely at his heels. Prof. Ward came 'out a nose length in the lean men's run,, with some bad accidents befalling Bome of his nearest competitors, such as the tumbling to the dirt of Elder Lee. He suffered a severe gash across the front of his trousers at the knee and a collection was taken right then and there to get a new pair for the elder. Elder Brown nlso went to the dirt striking his arm on hard, soil breakng the cuticle to the great length of onequarler at iiii men. aider Dame...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 9 August 1921

v j.- - . THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNT Vol. 46 No. 294. wars,MARION, ILLINOIS. TUESDAr, AUGUST , 1921 Subscription J1.6V Per Year ELKS ANNUAL PICNIC TO BE HELD AUG, 10 To Devote Full Time to the G-W-B Edison Shop SAME OLD STORY 4 ARRESTS WERE MADE IN MARION WILL CELEERATE BIRTHDAY WITH ANNUAL REUNION ;. JANE REID NOTHER STILL D THURSDAY AT AGE OF 78 r AND PRISONER FOR BOOTLEGGING MakiOm MB DE New .Uniforms to Appear at Picnic for the First - Time.. DANCING PROGRAM IN THE EVENING Athletic Events Scheduled! for the Entire After- I noon. . The Marion Elks are 'preparing; for their annual picnic, to be held Wednesday, August 10th at Creal. Springs. Wluklors Jazz Band of Centralia will furnish the music thruout the entire day, as they did last year. The Elks are to-appear for the first time - i ntheir new uniforms. The program for the day will be as follows: 10:00 a. m. Reception at the Ozark and greeting of new arrivals. 11:00 a. ni. Concert by Winkler's Hand. , ' . 12:...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 9 August 1921

S"AGETWJ THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER TUESDAY, ACQCST 9 ,1921 MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers, 103 Franklin Street. Marlon, Illinois. W. O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATPS- Per Six Months $ .75 Per Year 1.50 All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will bs etoppea ai expiration 01 time paid to unless renewed, Entered at the Dost office at Marinn Tlllnnla am owuuu ciasa man niuuer, THE BROWN THRASHER Last Sunday morning we listened to the . song of a mocking bird which was sing- It was a wonderful song from a wonderful bird, and while we have always known it is the mocking bird, yet its correct name is that of the brown thrasher. Beautiful in body as well as song, it is too bad that he is not better known. This bird is well named as to color. He is very brown, and he thrashes around con siderable. He is a fighter, and if you approach his nest without an introduction you should be prepared to protect yourself O 1 A...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 9 August 1921

TUESDAY, AVOUST 4, J921 THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER PAGE THREE JIGS, Ml amy jilUN ON MONDAY Veterans of Civil War Hold " Six Days) Reunion. to SOLDIERS TO EE GUESTS OF SALEM 1922 Meeting is ' Promis- ; ed i o Marion. SALEM, Aug. 6. The annual reunion of the Sou them' Illinois Soldiers and Sailors! Reunion Association will be held in Salem from August 8 to 13 and plans have been made for the biggest soldiers reunion ever held in Marion county. Scores of veteraus of the civil war have written that they will be present and prominent men from all parts of the country are on the program. The meeting came here on an invitation extended two years ago and it Is understood that-the one which was extended by the City of Marion last year will be accepted inr 1922. The program for the week has been announced as follows: ' Monday, August 8. Invocation Dev. P. H. Hearn; music1; address of welcome, J- E. McMacken, mayor of Salem; Response, Com. W. A. Hartley; Music; Address, Rev. P. 0. Fanon; evening s...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 9 August 1921

PAGE FOUR rTinas7Zattr; leader ARION TEAM DM TON CITY game allowing njn hits, striking out.no errors., five and walking tout one. " , Marion Reidy singled into center Marion was robbed of another run and stole second.: Dependahl struck by a rank decision by Umpire Ashby.lout. . Leek filed out.- to. jQ'Connell, when Dependahl bit a line drive to Reidy taking third. Denton hit to Re-organized Team Now Playing Classy Baseball . with Opponents. SCHWARTZ PITCHED A WINNING GAME Contest was Cleanest of Errors' of any Played Here in Recent Days. The Marion baseball team has come again into Ub own. Captain Dependahl has surrounded himself with a galaxy of real baseball stars and Marion tans are assured of the real article in baseball for the rest of the season. He has scoured the country for genuine baseball players and has robbed some of the neigh- dahl flied out to boring teams" of some of their hard- J runs, no hits, no errors. i Cummins and beat the throw to first It... .1 - .J., U., ......

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 16 August 1921

7 IT V II TCT A TV1DlCb AUG I n w: IV7 ax.iw; f n THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 46 No. MARION, ILLINOIS. TUESDAY,' AUGUST 16, 1921. SubacrivUoi tl-69 FerTTear OLD SOLDIERS OF EGYPT HOLD BIG REUNION Ten Thousand People in . Salem this.. Week when Veterans Meet. EIGHTY ONE IS AVERAGE AGE 1922 Meeting of Southern 111. Soldiers and Sailors Probably in Marion. Captain William Hendrickson returned Wednesday night Irom Salem, where the Southern Illinois SoldierB and Sailors Reunion . this week. He reported that the veterans of the Civil War, the Spanish-American War and the World War are holding one .of the greatest reunions , ever held by the Southern Illinois Association and that the crowd of visitors attending the reunion was estimated at 10,000. Splendid programs are given both day and night and William Jennings Bryan was one of the speakei-s on Tuesday. Captain Hendrickson, who is Senior Vice Commander of the reunion association, says that the officers who were r...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 16 August 1921

PAGE TWO THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Ircorpor.ud) Publisher. 103 Franklin Street. . Marloa, Illinois. . W. O. PAISLEY, .Editor V. : ' OLDHAM PAISLKX." City Editor. ' ,' 'SUBSCRIPTION Pr Six Months Pet Year ; RATES: $ .75 ..... 1.E0 All subscriptions payable it advance. ' Paper will be topped at expiration of time paid to units renewed. Entered at the post oleics at Marlon, Illinois, as jecond class mull matter. Madden Sees Big Cut. Congressman Martin B. Madden of Illinois believes , that 'internal revenue taxes in. the next fiscal year can be cut so as to raise only $2,500,000,000. "This can be done," said Mr. Madden "if the most rigid economy is practiced, and -th'a coun try is demanding that it be done. Under present appropriations for . next yea, .which total . slightly- in excess of $;.?,500,000,000, I believe a total revenue of ..$4, 000,000,000 will -be' adequate for the JUST LITTLE SHOES k, ' , (Cincinnati Enquirer) A Parisian paper...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 16 August 1921

TUESDAY, AUGUST 14,. Ml. THIRD an IS YOUNGEST Was Organized in 1919 and has done Splendid work in Two Years. HAS MODERN NEW BUILDING Located in. the Newly' Built up Northeast Section .. - of City. The Third Baptist clutch of Marion was organized July 13, 1919 with b membership, of 13 and the history of Its two years is a record of church activity ttt, considering-the spirit of the work and the results accomplished, has ben 'excelled by none. The organization was formed during a revival meeting which Rev. C. C .Allen was at that time holding in a tabernacle near the site of the present handsome and commodious edifice. ,, . .'. -'..;,- The 13 charter me mbers of ' the church wrere former members of the first" Baptist church and among them were the following-.- John Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Holiday, Mr. and Mrs. p-nest Singleton, , Mrs. Mary Parker, Carl Duncan, Miss Ethel Duncan and Mr. and Mrs. J. N. HenBon. With this number the church was organized but before the first day of it...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 16 August 1921

TlUSDAY, AUGUST' t,' 1921. PAGE FOUR THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER BAPTISLSEEK AID FOR PASTOR IIERRIfi TEAM WINS IN GAME A -- MRS, R. FELTS ELKS' PICNIC IS SUCCESS DIED MONDAY i WITH MARION Thursday Game Was First of a Series of Two. SCORE STOOD THREE TO ONE Johnston City Coming for Saturdays and Sunday. y After winning four straight games . the Marion nine dropped the first game of the two game series with Herrin Thursday afternoon in a close and hard fought contest which ended 3 to 1 in favor of the Herrin-j ltes. The game wts a pitcher's Jaat tie, only 28 men batted on each side and the hits were few. Herrin lo cated Kimmel for four singles. Ma rion's heavy hitters landed only two from Davis, with not a two baggei during, the entire game. Each hurler walked one man on balls and Kim mel struck out three and Davis live. A double play by the Herrin infield added to the excitement of the game Herrin did their scoring in the sec ond inning and Marion scored in the fourth, a string of ciphers...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 19 August 1921

s MMOT HUMS emi-Wjeekly Leader MARION THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 46 No. MARION, ILLINOIS. FRIDAY, AUGUST 19,;. 1921.' TAPS SOUNDED OVER BODY OF ALBERT HEYDE First Marion Man to Volunteer is Buried on Home Soil - Print Your Own Postage Stamps Neweit Device "Put Out by Government Does Away With Bad Taste From Licking stamps. AMERICAN LEGION IN CHARGE AT GRAVE Probably the Last War Hero to be Returned Home for Burial. Albert Heyde, onevot the first, it nut the first Williamson county men lo volunteer for Bervice in the world war and the first soldier trom this county to make ' the supreme sacrifice 'during the World war was tenderly laid to rest by his com-rades-at Maplewood cemetery on Sunday afternoon and taps was blown over hie grave.. The Legion escorted the body from the Heyde home on East Marlon street to the First Methodist church where the services were conducted by Dr. John I. Ounn, in the absence of the pastor, Rev. J. W. Cummins, ' At the church a qu...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 19 August 1921

PAGE TWO THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER FRIDAY, AUGUST 19, 1921 MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers. 103 Franklin Street;-" ' : if Marlon, Illinois. 'f W. 0. PAISLEY, Editor " " OLDHAM PAJSLEY, City Editor. suiscmpfioN- rates f . Psr Six Months , .76 Per Year 150 All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will be topped at expiration ol time paid to unless renewed. Entered at the post jecond class mail matter. office at Marion, Illinois, as NORTHCLIFFE CRUSADES. The war between Lloyd George and Lord Northcliffe, the great English publisher, owner of a chain of the most powerful newspapers in the world, little concerns the American people. The sympathies of the (majority of us go out no doubt to Northcliffe in this case. The action of the Foreign Secretary and Lloyd George, in attempting to cut off the supply of news to the papers controlled by Northcliffe in order to punish hirn for i his temerity in criticising them,, was an exhibition of petty tyrann...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 19 August 1921

FRIDAY. AUGUST 1. PAGE THREE 1921. I rid aBjni'TT&jcftbji crfwhix t BETTER BABIES CONFERENCE AT; COUNTY FAIR First Annual Conference to be Held September 14, 15 and 16. ENTRIES WILL CLOSE ON SEPTEMBER 8 Premiums for Higher Scoring Children From Birth to 5 Yeais. The Williamson county better babies conference is inaugurated with view to encouraging and promoting bettermen of the human stock. This conference will afford mothers the best possible opportunity to de termine the mental and physical status of their children and to secure expert advice regarding corrective measure which the examinations re- veal as necessary to the physical vell-being of the child. . The following tests will be applied by a selected corps of experts: (1) Mental test. Physical test. Oral and dental test. Eye, ear, nose and throat test. Weight and measurement 5.00 5.00 2.50 2.50 6.00 ; 5.00 2.50 2.50 to (2) i: (3) C) (5) tests. Each child will be scored in accordance with a scientific method devel...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 19 August 1921

FRIDAY, AUGUST 19, 1IU PAGE FOUR MARION GIVES JOHNSTON CITY TWO DRUBBINGS Game Sunday was played in the Mud and Many Misplays were not Counted SATURDAY GAME WENT 13 TO 2 Heavy Hitting by Marion Batsmen Was important Feature of Each Game. Recovering from the two defeats at the hand of the Herrin team the Marlon baseball team came back Saturday and Sunday and gave Johnston City a couple of good drubbings. Saturday's game ended 13 to 2 and Sunday's score was ? to 6. The game Sunday was played In the mud and many errors an . . j Mngia hut. cannot be counted against the ' players because of the condition of the field Both games were featured by haw lilttinir by the Marion team. On Saturday Rekly and Dependahl each KOt a home run for their team whllo Denton, Leek and Schwartz ach made three baggers. Field Captain Dependahl has added new lead off man to his lineup in the pgrson of Jaekey James at short atop. Jamesna s played baseball in this part of the state for ight or ten years several ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 23 August 1921

At h ' m AUG 2 7 S2I ly urn THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Week MARION SEMI i Vol. 46 No. 288. MARION. ILLINOIS. TUESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1921 Subscription 1.W Per Year HERR1M PLANS CELEBRATION Oil 5 SEPTEMBER H John L. Lewis International President, will.be one of the Speakers. - BIG PARADE ONE OF FEATURES OF THE DAY Marion Locals will Have Important Place in the iine of march Labor Day, RESUMED WORK ON TIIE0RP1IEUM After Enforced Vacation "Due to Strike of Local Bricklayers. BUILDING READY FOR CHRISTMAS Superintendent V Buecker Plans to Rush Work Here Now The Williamson and Jackson coun ty Labor Day celebration, which will be held at Herrin, September 6, will be featured by the appearance of John L. Lewis, International President of the United Mine Workers of America, on the program ol the day. Many other noted men have also been announced to speak at the meeting of the labor unions of the two counties. The celebration will be held In the Herrin city park and .arrangeme...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 23 August 1921

PAGE TWO THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER TUESDAY, AUGUST 23,' 1921 MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Ineorporattd) Publishers. 103 Franklin Street. ,. : : VJUarlon, Illinois. W. O. PAISLEY, Editor l: v OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. " SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Six Months Per Year ...f .75 ... 1.50 All subscriptions payable In advance. Paper will be topped at expiration of time paid to unless renewed. ., Entered at tbe post office at jecocd class mall matter. Marlon, Illinois, as "Even If Daddy Isn't There." j The following story from the Indian apolis News is one which has in it a lesson for us all. Not only Should we offer our prayers for the protection of our own loved ones when they answer the call of duty, but we should remember all who stand between us and danger. The long, anxious days of. the war, when the lists of casualties came fast to Marion were" ones when . we. learned this lesson but there is also one in this story of a little girl who offered up her prayer for prote...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 23 August 1921

i THEi SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER MGB THREE '.: TUESDAY,. AUGUST! J3, 1921 ONE HUNDRED BOOZE CHARGES AGAINST 1 MAN Eldorado Citizen Probably Holds Indictment Record of, Egypt. PHOTO. TAKEN WITH 20 STILLS Fines' Collected in These Cases Goes Into the - School Fund. Leo Howard Superintendent of the Antl-Sa!oon League with headquartin TVT ...I,,. 1 - k.'. - CI0 Ul JMk iciuuu nuu litis UtMjU 11 Marion for the past tew days working in connection with the local oflicers, left Thursday for- Eldorado where he states that there are sev- . eral. r persona : charged with matting and selling intoxicating liquor. Dur ing his stay . here several alleged hnnflatftrs ware fTnpd. rflm fines Vnl- - - - e letted ail going into the state school fund. i Thursday morning Mr. Howard spoke before the teachers .it the County Teachers Institute urging them to cooperate with the principles being pursued by the Anti-Saloon League. In county court Thursday af- . ternoon before Judge Slater four men plod guilty to malti...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 23 August 1921

JTHE SEMI StittkLV LEADER TUESDAY, AUGUST 23. 1821 NEW ROAD LAW 111 ILLINOIS JOHNSTON CITY TO HAVE WATER SC0TTSB0R0 TO j DEPUTY SHERIFF HAVE MEETING! BECOMES TAILOR PAGE FOUR -1 , 1 ' I I .' A A Lat Legislature Passes Many Laws Which. Will Affect Highways and v-C 'i:Tt"i:. Their Otev-'ir. .Among the laws passed at the but session of the Illinois General Assembly" were a number affecting the highways of the state and" flielr " uses. A synopsis of thsse laws follow"! S. B. 138. Provides that "County Sunt, of Highways can ' be re ap pointed without examination. Also gives Dept. of Public Works and Buildinss power , to discharge County Supt. for incompetency, ctt the same power as County Board now has. It also provides that County Supt. be allowed actual , traveling expenses while In die charge" of his duties, out of county funds. : This ' law provides that Township Highway Commissions report every 30 days lists of warrants Issued and for what purpose and the 'amount expended. He is eIb...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 26 August 1921

TTA ffcj- - 1 1 w m wwnta cgaea "r5 b THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND, WILUAMSQ 1 COUNTY. Vol. 46 No. 288. MARION, ILLINOIB. FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 1921 Subscription $1.69 per Year AUG2 ; SCHOOL STARTED MONDAY AT MANY COUNTRY SCHOOLS America's Blimp That Broke iii;Half in Trial Flight Over England CONVENTION OF COUNTY SINGERS ON SEPTEMBER 4 lilflll THllllLI REUNION HELD AT FAIR GROUNDS EZRA COX DIED FROM BUTCHER KNIFE WOUNDS Cox Lingered for a Week After Being Severely Stabbed. tinnii All nun Rain Prevented .holding the! Meeting on Accustom ed Date J MILTON NORMAN RE-ELECTED PRES, Rev. J. W. McKinney Delivered an (Excellent Address. .. ' The Norman Homo Coming Association held their Seventh Annual gathering at the Williamson County Fair Grounds on Sunday. The regular time for this Association is the Second Sunday in August but a down jiour of rain on ttioe day caused It to be postponed until the following Sunday. - ' . '. It seemed for some time that the gathering was to be rained out agai...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 26 August 1921

) PAGtTYW THE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER JJ IIARIOH SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publlehere. 103 Franklin Street. ' ; Marlon, IllinoU. W. 0. PAISLEY, Editor ' OLDHAM, PAISLEY, Cfry Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Far Six MoritbV Pr Year ...... .75 1.60 AU subscriptions payable In advance. Paper will be topped at expiration of time- paid to unless renewed. Entered at the post office at Marlon, Illinois, a jecond clan mail matter. Think "As a Man Thinks, So He la." (By James J. Stich.) James J. Hill, king of railroad organiz'era, once handed a written order to i vnnnor npwlv hired bookkeeDer. The bookkeeper glanced at the order thought for a moment, tnen saw 10 me railroad czar: , "Sir, this order is all wrong!" . ' Mr. Hill took back the order, studied it a minute or two, then carefully scrutinized the young fellow before him. V "I believe," he remarked finally, "you'll DO. You THINK!" , The man who can think is the man who can DO, and the (man who thinks is the man wh...

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