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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 26 September 1922

! - MARION THE HOME PAPER Of MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 47. No. 24. PARTIAL REPORT SHOWS WORK ACCOMPLISHED BY JURY DUTY IS COMMENDED FOR HIS WORK Adjutant General Black Is Censored by the Jury Miners' Counsel Told Grand Jury "They Would Lend no Aid" in Investigation of First Day's Happenings. Thu special grand jury, which for the past month has been investigating the. recent riot at the Lester strip mine, on Saturday morning made a purtial report and returned a total of 214 indictments. Many of. these names are duplicated, however, and only 76 individuals have been indicted The most prominent among those indict 5d for murder are Hugh Willis, district executive board member, and Will Davis, sub-district secretarytreasurer, both of whom are charged wltfi murder. The jury made its report to Judge ri.:T. Hartwell nt 11:05 a. in and the report was read in open court by T. P. Lussell, cleric of the court. The report recited the events of the riot and massacre ' and coudemnd some ol...

Publication Title: Marion Semi-Weekly Leader
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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 26 September 1922

fiARIOH SEHi-WEEKLY LEADER JHS JEMI.WEEKI.Y inf ! i.niwiimi1 r "Hntrnjn-Tmnn --.. THE RIPU1LICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publisher. 103 Franklin Street. Marion. Illinois. W. O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: tot Six Months $ .7B ftr Year 1.60 AU subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will be topped at expiration of time paid to unless renewed. Entered at the post jecoad class mail matter. office at Marlon, Illinois, DEFLATION FOR THE PULLMAN. Activities sponsored by trade organiza tions all over the country to secure a reduc tion of (he surcharge on Pullman tickets will wakea responsive chord. It is felt by the organizations in ques tion that the excessive cost of Pullman fares is acting in no small degree in restraint of the business revival and that the restoration of normal business conditions will be speeded up by the elimination of this extra charge. It is pointed out that the cost of these fares is keeping traveling salesmen off the road and ma...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 26 September 1922

t-hrtiDAf. hi-Pibi'.l ii, Hill! iPtiW jsi5 Winn ihiUA SPIiNQID SCHOOL WORK AT FAIR Announcs Awards Made by Judges. in the School Building at tha Fair This Year. Tho exhibits is in the educational department were unusually good at the fairthlfl year and there was a grout deal of splendid work in all departments. Following is the list of premiums awarded as announced by Superintendent J. W. McKlnney: Lot One. Construction, including paper cutting, paper folding, modeling, reed and raffia hook making, card board. First grade, second, grade, third, fourth, grade, all won by Fowler School, Marion, Illinois Lot II Two Drawings. , First, second," third, fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth grade all won by Fowler school, Marion. Ill Penmanship. A Pencil First, Becond and third gured all won by Fowler school of Marion. B Pen Fourth, fifth sixth, seventh wideighth grade all won by Fowler school of Marion. IV Maps. A Three geography maps. Fifth sixth, seventh and eighth grades all won by ...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 26 September 1922

hie sAii Weekly leader MM KING CITY FAIR Mt. Vernon Fair Plan Unique Fea ture for Opening Day of Fair, Sept. 26th The Mt. Vernon Fair, better known as the King City Fair, will be hel from '.Tuesday to Saturday of the coming week, closing with their big Derby co Sept. SO They hare plan ned, a "Ford Day" as their opening ieaturwi and will give away 60 prizes, Including a Ford car, on Tues day, iiept 26. Below are the entries on which awards will be made: For the oldest Ford. Beat looking flapper in a Ford (boh bed hail and knickers.) Fo. girl with reddest hair coming in a Ford. For man with longest hair, coming in a Ford. For woman with smallest feet, com ing in a Ford. For boy with moat freckles, com ing in a Ford For man with longest whiskers, coming In a Ford. Old lady wl'h largest foot, coming In a Ford. . ' . Oldest man, coming '.n a Ford. For the fattest man, co'-fng in Ford For Ihe noisiest Ford. Father bringing- largest family oi children in a Ford. For heaviest woman coming i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 29 September 1922

.1 MAIION THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol, 47 No. 25 MARION, ILLINOIS FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER '29, 1922. Subscription fi-50 Per Year 86 FURNISH THE NECESSARY BAIL SPECIAL GRAND JURY WHICH INVESTIGATED RIOT TURK-BRITISH WAR CONDITIONS Bail Uuestlon Settled in Case ot Korty-two Men Indicted for Murder ' Iiignt men were held without bail, six mil were ordered released on $20,000 bonds each, or $120,000; twenty were ordered released oa $10,000 bonds each or $200,000 aud eighteen wne ordered released on f0,0o0 bonu each ot' 90,000. This luaues ti.to.ul bum ol $410,000 with each und cveiy bumls.imu agreed to stand respoiisi l-l,. for., . ; Th.iae who agreed to bond weie, as iullow3: Joe. Cell 12a, Charier-. Welch, L. A. Mifiliu, , Dave V,cian H. 1'. JaMaster, Joe P.. Benson, A. Sloime, Clay itowoH, &lu Suauua, 'i'ouy :.5h.rolii, Robert 1'. McNeil. U j. Harmon, Joe V. Walksr, waiter Kjwt.lt, r., Loo .' CLtie. J;:y vie, J. G. Slick John Mckoi-' lar, L V Kcin, CharU ...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 29 September 1922

.1 y i THE RtPUbLitAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers. 103 Franklin Street. Marion. Illinois. W. O. PAISLEV, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: fr Six Months Per Year All subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will be topped at expiration of time paid Entered at the post office second class mail matter. at m ED . DIMMERS. Despite laws passed against the use of glaring lights on motor cars, the evil disregard of the statutes against such practice is sertainly sufficient to make the judicious and life loving motorists grieve. While it is true that in the city the traf fic officers are making due effort to check the violation of the dimmer law, out on the country roads the motorist finds himself in the midst of a pyrotechincal display that endangers his own life and the lives of those who are driving against him. Generally it is well known that there should be light, but in this case it is becoming an urgent prayer that there shall be less light and right speedil...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 29 September 1922

lttti 0 fill J toolkit ...... ' - u i m, ' i : TjiAW IS REQUIRED If Vou Want Mail Carrier to Stop at Your Door You Must Provide Place to Deposit Mall CJi. ! I The postmaster general does cot want to cut you off the mail carrier's visiting list, but lie s.iys you must be ready to receive him correcuy unlesi you w:n.t cira to pass you by. 'lua requlieiua incluii.i a plr.je to put the m'il, and also t'.ar, your house shall be properly iriubori-J. ,-..'".. Hern U a lotter -n "tin Mrir'i ,i iostmnster has jus' received and lii'ii should be be!'r Washington D, C, Sept. 20, 1922. My Dear Postmaster: 5 Doubtless you have already noted and taken steps to make effective the following notice, appearing in The Postal Bulletin of August 26, 1922: "Mail Slot or Receptacle Required "On account of the delays caused to carriers at dwelling houses, where no door-slot or mail receptacle is provided, and the fact that a large majority of dwellings are thus equipped already, it seems timely, within a re...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 29 September 1922

PAGI FOUR gL!i IK... 1- STATEMENT BY MINERS COUNCIL -"Attorney Kerr Say That Attorney General Brundage Wrote Grand Jury Report Following the Issuance of the grand Jury's report, Attorney A. W. Kerr, chief counsel lor the, Illinois Mine Workeis' Union, made the following statement: At the inception of the work of the Williamson county special grand Jury i stated that the miners' counsel would say or dc nothing which would In any way Interfere with the action of the grand Jury. This policy has been adhered to. It will continue to be adhered to unless we be otherwise driven In view of the fact that the grand jury has declared for a recess, nothing will at this time be said as to the indictments returned by the grand jury, or thu failure to return Indictments against the slayers of the union men. The Grand jury should he advlred privately by the constitntf d advisors of such bodies. Such ad vice should be given to them through Instructions from the court and by Kuthotized counsel in the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 3 October 1922

JS1 ' Arm MARION l?MT Wit SOLY SEE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY EABER XJf JLJl JLiL V V JJJI Vol. 17 No. 28. RIOT TRIALS TO START ON ON THIRTEENTH OF NOVEMBER Defense Asked for Continuance and State Wanted to Start October Second so Judge Compromised the Difference 48 Defendants go on Trial Together. Judge V. T. Hartwell on Friday morning officially get the first tml of the muruer cases growing oui ui the Lester strip mine riot lor Mouuay mcrulng, November 13. The first case is to be Number 1309 in which forty-eight defendants, including all of those ,in jail, are cuargtd wlih the murder of Howard HoltTlie ilefense attorneys asked for a continuance to the .next term of court, but Judge Hartwell said he would not consider It. They then asked lor trial in December or January. The state said that they were leady to go to trial October 2nd. or any dav there after. Judge Hartwell sfter 'listening to their arguments, finally compromised the difference, and sot the trial for'...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 3 October 1922

MARION SEfll-WEEKLY LEADER THt REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers. J permitted fp 103 Frnkiin street. " " ' MaHon. Illinois, persons or in W. Q. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: lor Sli Month fn Year All subscriptions payable lQ Hdvauce. Paper will be topped at expiration of time paid Entered, at tee post iecond class mail matter. office M THE MENACE OF THE HANDY REVOLVER. The Marion Daily Republican has in several issues" commented on the danger which comes from the indiscriminate sales of firearms and on the tact that local and state laws have been nullified by the mail order sales of pistols. In the police are complaining of crime which can be directily sale ot guns to persons who should not be allowed to possess them. The following letter has just been received from the United States Revolver Association which explains how that organization stand. We print it without comment. The passage of a uniform law dealing with the sale and possessi...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 3 October 1922

mttki, wm i mi Mimt winmcnai m inc lazz ' H FAIR SCHOOL EXHIBIT t 4 4- - 4 Follow Ing are more of tho awards made b1 tho Williamson County Fair in tho educational department: Exhibits as a whole ,to the school. First Grade (First) Johnston City schools ; second Marlon City Bchools. '1 bird Herrin City schools. Second Grade First Marion City schooW; second, Herrin City schools; third, Johnston ity. schools. Third Grade First, Marion city schools; second, Herrin city schools; third, Johnston city Bchools. Fii'tii Grade First, Marion city f school'); second, Herrin city schools; third, Johnston city schools. Fift'i Grade First, Marion city schools; second Herrin city schools; third, Johnston city schools. . Sixth Grade First, , Marlon city school.-t ; second, Herrin city schools; third, Johnston city schools Seventh Grade First, ariou city school; second, Herrin city schools; third, Johnston city schools. Eighth Grade First, Marion city rebool.-t; seco!id Johnston city schools; third, ...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 3 October 1922

FAG FOUR I"" - liITl 1 lIEatlaUn MORE WINNERS OF 1922 FAIR kict o Prize Winner in the Ladies' Department at Egypt' 9 .Big Fair '.he following are the winners of the various premium offered by the Williamaou County Fzto Association, TCrSPAY. OCTOBER 8, 1922 to whim the prlz money Is being Paul, Colp- jtcouu, Jane Williams. Silk iaichworit First Mrs, Paul Coip,; second, Mi's. J. C. Ferguson Wool quilted, baby outline quilted 'irst, Lydia Morgan. White quilt, appliqued in color nijsi, Miss iveue Mercer; second.! Center Piece Ftrsit iwia. ji.uur tacey. I Sinks. Best quilted quilt-First, Mrs Jean ette Jelfery, Hurst; second. Chris nan Church Ladles' Aid. nsh Chain Quilt, quilted First, Mrs. w. S. Monroe; second, Oroha waves. Uutlt by lady oyer First Mrs, Mrs. Ben H. paid by the new secret- Ueo. V. L-u'upbell, at the city hall: Class A. Lot No, L. Canned Fruit Apples First,. Mrs. Elmer Newtoa; second, Mrs. Winnie Harris 4 Blarkberri'-ti First. Mrs Carrie Sink; second, Mrs. D. H. Davis. CC...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 6 October 1922

hi I - i'i . i, owl THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WHillAMSOV COUNTY Vol. 47. No. 27 REGULAR GRAND JURY REPORTS Compliments Coumy and State utrlcials and 1 hanks Mmeis' organization , TIu. tegular . Septesniar grand jury competed- its work ,ou Saturday auu reported about forty-two iudictmeuiB, f iiu.iiiiliiiL' iluroenv indictments ioi I Luther, ilorsloy aud Ubcw tmathoubo, l,iow.'J( out ol the- Lester strip mint) riot. " ". - Then oiliclal report was ui- lollOWs! Jail Inspection "To the llouoruble L. T. Hartwell, Pi muling Judger" "Wo, . the grand Jury, sitting in j,rand inquisition at tliis term ol tun circuit court of Williamsou county, Illinois, beg to report to this Honorpule Court that we have inspected tue county jail of Williamson county, lllinoH, as to sanitation, cleanlinuia, bedding" meals, and other accommodations of prisoners confined m ban! jail, and find the same to be in excellent condition in every respect, and desire herein and hereby U compliment the sheriff of our c...

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 6 October 1922

HAEIOn SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THE aEPySLICANLEADEII (Incorporated) Publisher 103 Franklin Street . Marion. Illinois. W. 0. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY, City Editor, SUBSCRIPTION RATES: fer Six Months S .75 rt tt Lee AU subscriptions payable in ad-rance. Paper will be stepped at expiration of time paid to unless renewed. Entered at the post office at Marion, Illinois, second class mail matter. WAR DEPARTMENT RETRENCHES. The administration's policies of econ m e omy ana retrenenment have Deen again called into operation by the war department under the direction of Secretary Weeks The recent movement cf troops into per manent posts has made possible the elim- !..!' - f r O t 1 Ml 1. mauun oi oo stations, wnicn win result in the saving of many millions of dollars to the government, according to an announce ment just made by that department. Most of the stations to be eliminated are cantonments, flying fields and depots, the temporary buildings of which have deteriorated to the point wher...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 6 October 1922

i POULTRY VJliNERS AT COUNTY FAIR Following is the list ol awards at the poultry show at the Williamson County Fair this year: - Andaluslant Co.." First, Frauk Retzler; second, V. F. Justi. I (Cockerel First, Frank Hauler; oMvirl. C A. smuey, Heu First, Frank Retzler; second, C A Smile v; third. Frank Retzler. pullet Kriit, C. A. Smiley; second, end rliitd. Frank Retzler. Bantams Golden Seabnght ' Cock -First, Frank Reotzier; second, tiinest Frye, Cockerel First and second C. A, Smiley. - ' , .. Hen -First, B. James; second, ;. A. Smiley third, Frank Retzler. Pullet F'rst and second, C, A. Fmtley Black Cochin Cock First, Frank Retzler; second, C. A. Smiley; third, W. F. Justi. Coc'terel First arid second, (J. A. Smiley. - .r Hen First, C A. Smiley; second, W. F. Justi; third, Frank Retzler, pulletFirst and second C. A. Smiley. -: Buff Cochin Cock Second, C, A. Smiley. Cockerel First and second, 0. A. Smilay Pullfctr-First and secoud, C. A. Smiley. Heu -First and second, is, Smiley. ...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 6 October 1922

PAGX FOUR jTHE SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER FRIDAY. OCTOBER ff. 1022, c.4. U . V &lV& ' WILLIAMSON COUNTY KAIR ' POULTRY WINNERS Rhode island Reds, Buckeye Cock First, and, second, Frank Retzler. Cockerel First and second Frauk KetzU. Hen First and second Frank Hetzler. Pullet First and second Frank Ketzle. - Spanish, W. F. Black Cock First, C. A. Smiley; second, Frank Retzler, third; W. F. Justi. Cockerel First Frank Retzler; second, C. A. Smiley. Hen First W ,F. uJsti; second, Frank Retzler; third, C. A. Smiley. Pullet First and third, Frank hetzler; lecond, C. A. Smiley, Speckled Cock Second, C. A, Smiley Cockerel First, Frank Retzler sec ond, C. A. Smiley, Hen First, C. A. Smiley; second. Frank Retzler , : Pullet First and second, C. A. Smiley. White Muscovy Coe'.t First Frank Retzler; second, C. A. Smiley West Frankfort Has Largest Membership In Its Sub-district .' PALZO llenshaw school district held a pie supper Friday evening for the benefit of the school,' All ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 10 October 1922

THE HOME PAPER OF MARION AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY Vol. 47. No. 28. MARION, ILLINOIS TUESDAY OCTOBER 10, 1922. Subscription $1.C0 Per Ve;ii LESTER MINE HAS BEEN SOLD Railroad Tracks Reconstructed And Damaged Cara Removed By Burlington Incorporation papers were filed wiih Circuit Clerk L. O. CapJlnger ThurBdny afternoon for the Caloric rnnl company, with offices at Marion. Tills is a new coal company, made up of Chicago and Indianapolis capital, and takes over all the rights of W. J. Lester and the Southern ; Illluois Coal Company. The consideration o fthe sale, according to the records, is one dollar and other valuable considerations Mr. Letter made an assignment of his lease, of his bond for Ueed and of his right of way agreement. He also made a bill of sale to the new company. . The papers were all filed by Attorney Olaf A. Olson, 209 South La Salle street, of Chicago. The capital stock Is $40,000 0! which $5,000 is paid In. The ' incorporators were Robert J. Nordhold, 1436 Olive Ave....

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PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 10 October 1922

f Ati TWO MARION SEMI-WEEKLY LEADER THt REPUBLICAN-LEADER (Incorporated) Publishers. US franklin Street. W. O. PAISLEY, Editor OLDHAM PAISLEY. City Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: ftt tix MODtBt Par Year Ail subscriptions payable in advance. Paper will be tapped at expiration of time paid to -Katared at the post amend class mail matter. office at - While the county is undoubtedly oppos ed to a large standing army and to every phase of militarism, yet the majority of the people will endorse the sentiment voiced by President Harding a few days ago when ne declared thatthere should be Americans instead of 28,000in the reserve officers' training camps. SUNLIGHT AS A LOCAL ISSUE. ... Taking an inventory of- the benefits and disadvantages of five months of daylight saving, a New York paper finds it in the main satisfactory, for reasons so familiar that they need no repetition. The conclusion is interesting chiefly because of its surprising statement that "daylight saving appears finally to ha...

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PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 10 October 1922

'TufiSDAV. OCTOBER 19, 1621 LIST M'ARDS III FARM PRODUCTS -II pair Book Now Completed for this Year and all Premimua 'Paid . , The Republican, today prints the beginning ot the awards in the stock and farm products which were made at the Williamson County Fair this yt)ar The following is the list ot ,11 the exhibitors in these classes: F, J. Allen, Benton. Phil Allen, Carbondale R. John Anderson, Marlssa. Alkman, Marlssa, 111. Neiburn Bryan, Johnston City, A. llorum, Creal Springs. W. 13. Buruin, Creal Springs. Header and Bradford, Golcouda. L, o Baker, Creal Springs, j T. Bower, Marlon. Alexander Blina, Johnston City. Burkhart and Midget, Marion. Fred Bigler, Cobden. B. N Berry. CarterviUe. 1). Baker, Carbondale. Marlon Claunch, Carbondale. h. O. Craig, Goreville. cieo. P Cbamness, Marlon. K. A. Chamness, Marion. Clyde Chllders, CarterviUe. josh Collins, Goreville. George Chllders, CarterviUe. Hubert Chamness; CarterviUe. Viuce Cagle V. W. Craig. ' lmve Davis, Marlon. W. B. Davis, ...

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PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Marion Semi-Weekly Leader — 10 October 1922

I 1 ' " COMPENSATION REVIEW CASES Hearings to Be Held at the City Hall In Marlon October 9th to 13th Report at George H. Stone, geiieuu attorney of M. v. V. of a, of coinfeusatiou cases before the commis siou on review at the city hail, ul Marion, Illinois October 9th Louis Bartoni vs Sunnyside lifg. Company. Angelo Rogers vs Sunnyida Mia. Company. Burke Jeralds vs. Sunnyside Mfg. Company. Henry Tapelo vs. Sunnyside Mfg. Company. A. L. Ferrell vs. Sunnyside Mfg. Company. Mites Winchester .'s. Sunnyside Mfg Company. Phillip Salomi vs Freeman Coal Mining Co. John Baker vs. Freeman Coal Mining Co. John Bilker vs. F.eemau Coal Mining Co. Terrunce Dunning vs Watson Coai Company. -October 10th Alfred Lassin vs. Searis Coal Co Julius Clement vs. Searis Coal Co. C. H. Felts vs. Seaiis Coal Co. Frank" Pesula vs. Searis Coal Co Floyd Turner vs. Searis Coal Co. John Shaw vs. Johnston Cj ' Washed Coal Co. Henry Mary vs. Old Ben Coal Corp. J. W MeCollum vs. Old Ben Coa: Corporation. Louis Delcon...

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