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

FinAYrNQyp:sfiji i, 1521- THE SENU'WEEKL'Y LEADER" SOPHOMORES WON FROM FRESHMEN High School Class Football Teams Play Second Game at High School Friday. The Sophomore and Freshman foothall teams of the M. T. H. S. "engaged In a second game at the btgh school gridiron Friday afternoon and again the Freshmen were defeated, this' time by the score of 13 to- 0. . The HrtT game was played a week ago. the score, that time being 34 to 0 in favor of the Sophomores, but this time the Freshmen were in better trim and hold their opponents to a close score,' allowing only two foucli downs. - ' . ' - : Sanders got the -, first touchdown for the Sophomores in the first quarter. Newman failed to kick goal. The second touchdown was made by Stanley In the third " quarter and this time the goal was kicked by. Captain Perry. ''....- The boys who took part in : the game were as follows: Sophomfros--Ends,-James Lane and Ray Mc Daniel, guards,- Arthur McConkey and Raymond Spillor, tackles; Freddie Peeble...

Publication Title: Marion Semi-Weekly Leader
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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 4 November 1921

TH; SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER FA.CTS2 FOUR MARION SHOWED BENTON IT HAD LEARNED iGKS Last Years Score of 95 to 0 Was Blotted out Saturday FINAL SCORE WAS 13 to 0 FOR BENTON Marion Held Beefv Visitors Scoreless in Last : Half With the words "fight, fight" ring ing in their ears as they were writ ten by their last year's par.tain more than 160 miles away, the thin blue line of the M. T. U. 9. football team battled the red sweatered giant.) of the Benton Rchool on the Marlon 2nd Iron Saturday afternoon, holding them to only two touchdowns, while 13 of Benton's 24 uniformed "Red Devils" stalked the "sidelines filled with wonder and disappointment at the unsuccessful attempts of their fellows to swamp the Marlon boys with an enormous score. The numer als 95-0 were uppermost in the mind i of every man on the field. To the players of one team it meant a re cord made last year that was to be repeated or even bettered, but to the boys on the Marion .team it meant the story of their defeat that must ...

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

I t nrr if 'w't ucjtWY IPW1EILY "iiTiTTTn Mk TI "B. THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY MAIIOM'iEi Vol. 6-Ko. sot MARION. ILLINOIS. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1921 saee-tr Subscription IS Per Tew STRIXING MINERS RETURN TO WORK CLOSE CM. FOR SLOBO WORKMEN , Ouy : Farmer, carpenter . at the Slbgo mine, and Charles Delaplane, yardman' at. the saine place, had a narrow eBcaoe from ' being killed on Report, from all Section. Indicate Thursday morning when the auto T1:, u.n WM. - in which they were -going to work That. Men .win Return, to was nU by a Mraouri pacmc engine , .. Awiii Action of Courts at!4. dragged for a. distance of a '.' ' ,t " Mocfci The car belonged to Dela- . - .. .i ml..- - . . plane and was-being driven by Farm- CHICAOO. Nov. 6. Predictions er. As they started to enres tnc that striking miners , iii Indiaoa ant Donnavivanin.1 would 'return to. work PennBylrgnia ' would 'return to'- work on Monday were made today as the result of the action , by the. United States...

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

MARION SEfH-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADEh (Incorporated) Publishers. 103 Franklin-Street. ' Marie, UllnoU. W.. 0. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: -HUSTLER Per Six months Per Year ...... . All subscriptions payable in advance. (topped at expiiatiou of time paid to unless renewed. Entered at the post office at Marion, Illinois, aa jeeond class mail matter. CHRISTMAS IS COMING Everybody-who sent you a card last 1 year. 2, . Your - relatives, including" 'especially the old folks and those at a distance or whom you have not seen for years It k surprising' how quickly one caji gain the reputation of being a brisk, lively worker aim it is wonderful how valuable such a reputation becomes to a man. It is said of such a fellow: "He is a .$ hustler'"; and knowing that hustling is one o,ot the tunaamentajs of progress, we look paper win be tor him to get along wen, even putting our selves out to shove him up the ladder. That is why nothing succeeds like su...

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

'OS' ..f.v', '" PAGE 7THHEE 1 FINE BANQUET ..." Nw:i OroanliaHonV 'Hold- Get Together Meeting at the Gem .-; v . ' -.eafe Wednesday night The Wmtoinson Coflnty Automobile Association held a banquet at- the : ' ' Gem Cafe on ', Wednesday evening, j '- with Judge W. 0. Potter as toast-j master, which was well attondpd byjthe .members of the association. fr' ter the dinner the evening was spent ." is, organising different committees for ' work on the various objects which the Association is to carry out. ! ' Judge A.' D. Morgan gave a very interestlng tulle- on signs to be placed at aft ' crossroads . In Williamson county, which would guide the tour- ' lata and make the travel- thru the county -morf pleasant. "In connection , -' "With thki "he Suggested' a "Committee in each township to devise ways and means for the Construction of. the; signs,' :' Mr. Shun or Johnston city.; ' made a talk about the success the j automobile club bad in Southern 1 California find statcd'that Williamson:...

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

J 1 GERMAN TOYS ARE ON OUR MARKET wmim game RED CROSS HAS BIG WORK AHEAD HAY STARTED BIG FOR WORKERS SALE SATURDAY X"W ".v". -- ' , Th "Mora Oenlua" and Slacker has r,a Chareo Aflamst tns vn Who Hustles Tbe ueatsra la classes In Jouruilism tnruout the country wiu uuu e.rae good adivce In the following account which give the optnion of a .-Ban who is one or ire uuor of Chicago's biggest , afternoon dally find who says he wants the kind of u-nrkara who forget they o'"e paid. "The newrjmper game Is hard rra.1. and no s acker no mere genius with writinij aoility who would ruher vine than eat, but -who. on the o'iier hand, would rather eat man ai;"y vovk none of this ilk shouU enlist m the fourth estate, according to Henry J. Smith, news eifcr of the Chicago Dally News, who lectur ed i. h-.udenu of the Joseph .Medtl! school of Journalism of Nor.iiwMt.iT.i I'nlveiett a few day ago. Smith said: "To become a good newspaper writer, ftrst care about It tremendously. Get ba Are with the t-t.-a...

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

WEEICLY THE HOME PAPER 3f MARION AND WILUAMSO COUNTY ... iMIOF MMJ Vol fcN. SOS v CRAP GAME AT WITH MURDER "Bunk" VCan:oll is a Fugitive f rom Justice at Present time :'c6tbREpTMEti: : ' : ENGAGED IN DUEL Sheriff.: Was ; upon the Scene M the, Murder In Quick Time : , "Buulj;" J Carroll, colored of Si. Louis is "being .sought by 'ttio police for the murder of obb Ruff, also colored. The killing happened at tho tie fclant about J: 30 a. m, Sunday p.. w - ,., amntio- n 1 party' of rap shooters . in a. house Leor (he le plant and the party nVoke up, in a riot. Carroll is said to V. - lomn nt Ruff fln. ' hotta ire believed vo have started j A . . . V, AAmn ttma OnM e.acrcrai. tnM sshoritf Thaxtnn was canea tronv his bed and marie a quick trip, arriving en the scene- within 40 oln utes after the murder.- ; ;- , Euit was. a. marrted man of about 5 rears.- T o coroner's jury sum moned bv , Coroner - WcCown was cPOse rf -John' Ramsey, r, A.' M. . rv w, . 7ffi,lmt has forty rooms and there' a...

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

: J j I . ; f " 'rrr-m: - .- r PAGE TWO, MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-tEAOEft (Incorporated) Publishers. 133 Franklin Street. ' Marlon, IlHooIs. Wfo. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Six Months ' Per Year ..... f All subscriptions payablq In advance. Paper will be topped at expiration ot time paid to unless renewed. -Entered at , the post office at jecosd class mall matter. - . WHAT SOME HAVE WRITTEN RE-. GARDING LAW OBSERVANCE "Therf never. was, is not now, nor ever can be liberty without law. Here is the whole test of the ability of self-government not in observance of the law when it protects ourselves, but in observance of the law when it protects the rights of .others." Vive-President Coolidge. "I cannot choose the laws which I will enforce. In' these times ii te an unfortunate thing when any considerable" body , of the community feel that they are at liberty to choose the laws which they will obey. Governor Miller of New York. 'I...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 11 November 1921

PAGE: THREE "fE3AT,.ITOVEJW. a, mi " mm CMENTIOKM : uSTATE USSEIiW OF " OPENS III PEORIA . - BAPTIST f J nintrlnt No.- 12. At the state Baptist ASsemDiy nera S -m'oeee Tall Illinois will meet at Casey, 111., last week, Rev. H. B. at PeoH to bieflUiai convention Wllhoyto, pastor of the First Baptist Tudav November 8. and probably church of Harrisburg. was appointed Tuesaay, ivovemuci 9, , member of-the educational board .will M m f""'- Lf .ta. niiBIrP nn,i wh nominated be one of the moM; r V" ' '17 in noiF at tire meeting toga CSr:J5,ffiB. Educational board, toKri tohven to recen iv h fd whicU meets semiannually at KmternatiooBj yyuvBuiuu u.v , ,,rt,m . .whrn .educational work 1 rS- "F5s couthtend is punnedto be mbmocm ... . l ,..,,, w.s chosen as the nlaoe for aywS e 1922 Baptist assembly meeting. t TvTt The next meeting will be heU. the ?Sta will hahve different represen- on November J 1922 n kVTri Seury ko anouement mado the Trewurcr William o. uavis anr .... ' tI Sor,.0oo. which ...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 11 November 1921

, PAOfe FOUft mm him NOLISH II SCHOOL Many Slogans are Being Used to Reach Better Use of Englfeh Grammar., "Bo American! Thiuk American! Speak American!" By this and many other similar "better English" slogans were the- students of the Ma- ' rion Township high school erected as they entered the high school build- Ing upon the inauguration of "Let ter English Week" Monday morning. The "Better English" campaign is under the direction of Miss Chesta Mitchell of the Engliah department and thru the cooperation of the. faculty and students a "Better Enellsh" program has been arreanged for every day this week. Dr. J. W. Cummins pastor of the First M. E. .church " opened the week's campaign Monday morning with a talk upon better En glial! in its relation to public spanking. Early in hig speech, Dr. Cummins - coniaiended'try highly the National ob?ervance oi "Better English Week' , which was begun fl3 a national movement two years ago. Drr Cummins told the students that public sp.jak- . inn ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 15 November 1921

1 H Marion Semi-w: fslvll i M Mil THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 46 No. 309; MAHION, UAlNOlsTUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15,-1921 Subscription 1.6ff Per Year :. " ' - - OPEN CONFERENCE FOR LIMITATION MIT AlILargevlations Now .: Aj;Peac&: Are Re--'presented ' UNITED STATES .TAKES THE LEAD Heavy. Guard Has Been Placed Around Con- : tinental Hall '.;' 4 . - - '' . .-. ; - . Text of . President Harding's 4 message will ,-be found on page 8 of ' today's RKPTJBLcan. .: : ' - . '-' "' - Bptdal to the RtiPVBLICMf-llgAVllB WASHINGTON, D. C Nov. 12. In tdrss)' business like speech, President Harding tod,ay opened the armament conference : witli a brief Outline of ' Amerioa's position. He said "that we on ered the conference with a clean .liana; honest' intentions and high tope. . .' Suoretary of State Hughes proposed to the conference the complete abandonment' of capital' bWp building pro- . oHfiai. o.a.nol. . nw' nrnierf Art. '. TbUrls the first step In a world wide j l...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 15 November 1921

i. J THE SEM1.WESKLY L8A&2a 1 M4RI0N SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publisher. 108 Franklin Street. Marion, Illinois. W. 0. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES:' - Per Six Months f .75 Per Year ......: 1.50 All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will be stopped at expiration oi time paid to unless renewed. Entered at the post office at Marion, Illinois, as jecona class mall matter. KNOCKOUT OR CURTAIN? (The Daily Clintonian) When The Chicago Tribune recently published some powerful cartoons regard ing enforcing-the eighteenth amendment not all the comment was favorable. Some of the "always wets" swore and denounced The Tribune as a dry and an agitator. Some W. C. T. U. women were seen registering surprise and joy. They were heard to ex press surprise, because they felt The Tribune had wet leanings. But they were pleas cd because the cartoons told more forcibly than columns of type could have set forth now to make ...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 15 November 1921

II, S STUDENTS .'V FORM PEP CLUB M. T. H. 8. Is Preparing to Produce Plenty of Pep During Basket f Bail etfu .1At- a meeting df "the students of tie Marlon Township high school held la tie gymnasium. Wednesday afternoon a student pep club was MganUed With Lotus' Choate of the' Junior Class as Its president. Plans were discussed and arrangements immediately mads tor the work of the pep club this year In giving . the State Basketball Champions as well as all athletics the organized support of the student body. The meeting was opened with several rousing new high school yells led by Raymond Hargraves and MI33 Fay Robinson. It having been decided that a pep club could accomplish inore. by having a' president to assist the cheer leaders, the names; of Miss Htttle Cagle and Lotus Choate were proposed as candidates! the latter being elected by a targe majority.- ' , A . suggestion presented - by the cheer leaders that the girls of the school purchase yellow and blue tains to be worn at all...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 15 November 1921

PUBLfD ISOLO IIOWTO RESPECT STARS & STRIPES American Legion Had Charge of the Morn- - ing Program " DR. PRINCE GIVES ADDRESS Cold Weather cut down The Attendance ,f. Somewhat The Armistice Day celebration in Merlon was a success despite the cold weather. In the, morning the Legion had charge ot a flag etiquette program which was cut short on account of the weather and In the afternoon there was a program In the court-house, ending' with a dance at night. At the aftenoon program, Post Commander A. A. Mozley of the American Legion presided and introduced Dr. A. E. Prince, pastor of the First Baptist church who delivered a address. Music for the occasion was furnished by the First Methodist, church orchestra. "". At the morning program Jamer. Goddnrd, commander of the American Legion was in charge with a good representation of the Legion members In uniform. The progam wag held on the public Bquare and after the two minute silenece In memory of the unknown dead, Oldham Paisl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 18 November 1921

wrni .,- i u its A .Bimi. : , WliVf JL ; THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY -J 'all Vn 510, . fSLFOURHFTER EATIC SPEECH ACCEPTS TERMS ''S&tt-:;fReptitative Wants to Limit sub- ' "marines iV ; v ;- JAPAN WILL ACCEPT ur PulW Details "Are yet to "...be Deckled upon "However - WASHINGTON, D. C. Nov. 15. Arthur J. Balfour for the British Em cir and a. .few minutes later, Baron f S ivr fiii vvspww "m ipimiiutl'on or' armament proposals submitted by Secretary of State Hughes. WASHINGTON, D. C. Nov. 15 -r Withiabhlf an hour 'after the armament conference opened today,-CrtVat Bridan 'formerly accepted "in Spirit aid In principle' the far reaehlffg c4vat artrlament proposals laid' down ftdturdfty' by Secretary f of Stato Cbwtes-SYB ngneB. - - "WVli'cMslderea it at length," afcfciiunced Arthur J. Balfour, .speaking-for Qreat Britlan, "and In admira tion ana appreciation we asico iw i sprftt and Its principle." He ridged Britian's ''hearty and 1 complete" cocfpertttlonln...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 18 November 1921

PAGE TWO MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers. 103 Franklin Street. Marlon, Illinois. W.-O. PAISLEY, Editor . OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Six Months Per Tsar i All subscriptions payable'ln advance. Paper will be frig peace Were ', IlOt aS great stopped at expiration of time paid to unless renewed, irmmtmm wg ai'im e i ,jjLiiiiMa Wi THE NEWS FROM THE DI$AflMA., - WEST CONGRESS There has never been a meeting in which the world at large was taking more interest than in' the disarament congress now in session in Wahington. The peace $ .75-comerence in Versailles aia not attract 1.50 !onv mnrf nttnti'rm and the pffrivra for Insh. There the HEfJRY FORD i. ' Entered at the post office at Marion, jecond class mail matter. Illinois, as . HOW TO SUCCEED (By the late Theodore N. Vail) "Whatever: may be your ambition or whatever success may come to you in any line, will be because' of your application, continuity, persistence and the...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 18 November 1921

PAGE THREE T-iffi-ii ifwiMiiii - " : "- - CllSICiAflS 1LLIII0IS f,1ii!ES ltfra-RiJ!ra5irof Wo'St rhJt-TJiZyS.'-' Caroline ' Mulli'nai' rotiimi". tu .Jack Kjiyjiendajl-'went ' to .Vienna . R. O. Adams of route two was 'a WeJaessday.and will Join l:i family i o.iunty r.es visitor Wednesday and fort was n -;:Marion'.-looiins after i-bef. "torfw -In ; Buncombel -.-- Wednsda, buslnecs Wednesdays f " ' ' aftrspending a week iu Marlon .With her dvsiiiiirAlva. Rahari-Storio and ! called at the REPUBLICAN Office mm". mn urn BRING RESULTS Mrs. TI M.- McGinnis of Johnston for"Sr. "LDutS7'whCTe he will' epi'r.Tl a City was a bu-iae'-s -visitor iii Marion , 10 renw n Wednesday. - ' daily. subscription to the few days- looking bfter'bu9inos!. -.'family. -t--v;-TK"!LWEKLY. ' LEAD ER - Mr. Vef Hair -and- Vera Poppe to , Give Concert at First Metho-, '. ;: diet Church, "'3t.bs just' been announced that EUOar. Swanson Ver Haar, the tfHe- Iraled concert .contralto, and. Vera JPoppe, a cellist" with wo...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 18 November 1921

PAGE FOUR 38 J..gTOs:- ''3 i-V " LAIRD HEADS THE WEAR EAST : COMMITTEE Chairman Urges Everyone to Hefp Red Cross Now L. L, WiRT MADE ADDRESS Remainder oi Commit tee Will be Selected at Later Date The Near East Relief work was fibly explained on Tuosd.ij evening by Linolii Wirt ana comity ccnimittee headed ' l.y A. M. Laird was appointed to lake up the work: Mr. Laird issued the following .statement on Wednesday morning: "At a hnntiuet held in the city of Marion. Tuesday evening, November . 15th, the representative of (lie lodged churches, clubs and Chamber of Commerce., selected Die aa County Chairman for the Near East Ite lief; 29 substantial representative citizens accepted appointment en I he county committee. Others will be added to this committee, from mictions of Williamson county not yet represented. "Eefore long literature giving complete and detailed inlorrn.TUon of needs, purposes and plans will be distributed to the lodges, (lunches and clubs; please read ths literature c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 22 November 1921

THE HOME ?APrt OF MARION AP! WILL1AMSO N COUNTY Vol. 46 No. 3U BB5Sa ,. ; MARION, ILLINOIS jUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22. 1921 Subscription i,60 Per Year MAKE SURVEY '"OF WILLIAM COUNTY M en From State .University Make Cpreful ' Study of Conditions WORK IS NEARLY , -HALF COMPLETED Results Will be of Bono " fit to 'Agricultural , Work in-County .' 'Without any publicity or preliminary announcements for the pa-,t sevi a -weeks" a party of experts from .H.e "University of Illinois has been bv.-y on the work of making a soil survey, of Williamson county. Such voile is ot great, value to the farmina inter sts of the county and tins? i- mo tirst time any extensive wtn-fc of tue lilnd ha? been, done lierp 3 tin j tion8 of the. soil on tracts in diiierent "parts of the comity ,were made fiv.,years ago under the d-reetion of Dr. evril G. Hopkins of the University of Illinois when -an effort was. made to secure a itate experimental farm for' . the county, but no gecnral.work .-.s done. On September 27...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 22 November 1921

nr.,' new- . ILESLiaV, "NOVEMBtA it, l&i'i PAGE TWO V " at MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER & IMI iV HKHmmCfrl in 1,11, . Ul-f 1 .B-UM! THE REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publisher. 10S ritokJIn Street. ' ' Marion, Illinois. W. 0, PAISLEY Editor ---'OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Six Months Per Year . . . .". .$ .75 . 1.60 .''" AH subscriptions payable jn advance. Paper will be topped at expiration o( time paid to unlesa renewed. DOUBLE ROAD BUILDING Entered at the post office at Marlon, second class mail matter, ' Illinois, a "PUBLIC RELATIONS" C. H. Markham, president of the Illinois Central system, is a man who believes that the success of a railroad is based on the same principle aa the success of any other business. For the past fifteen months he has been publishing a frank statement of the position of his road in papers which will reach the patrons of the Illinois Central. These ads - have given information regarding the road, its tvate...

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