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the A would out. as ice. but the more. the saving in saving tain manufacturers early In the game that the business was likely to be overdone In Decatur with three factories. That feeling has measurably changed. It IH a good thing for all the factories. Each factory Incidentally draws some business (or the others and helps the business as a whole. It makes it too, to get skilled wotkmen. The men In every department of the fountain factories must be skilled men, the hands, the cabinet makers, the metal workers and the finishers. The foun tain factories have brought a great deal of skilled Labor to the city and developed more of it. AT THE LEADER IRON WORKS. H, Q, Hurley, treasurer of tho Iv'ew York office of the Leader Iron Works, at No. IB William street, New York City, has been spending a few days Decatur and will leave for the east Monday afternoon. ' L. F. Boers, manager of the Beers Engineering company at Rochester, N. Y., has been in Decatur for days and will leave this afternoon, President W. A, Shorb will leave for Chicago tonight to look after some contract work. Earl Harquiun of the advertising department will go to Chicago Monday on the matter of engraving for the new catalogs. The advertising; quarters will this week move from the second floor of the office building to tho first floor for the sake of more room. The space they will occupy was formerly used a store room. The old advertising room on the second floor will be occupied by the sales department L. M. O'Neill of the sales department is on a trip through Ohio. In Collier's weekly of Fob 15 the Leader Iron Works will uto one column of advertising space ut a cost $500. In the Saturday Evening Post March 5 tho concern will use one column of space at a cost of $000. Full page advertisements will be run in a number of other periodicals, Including "Country Life In America", "Suburban Life," "The House Beautiful," "Beautiful Homes," The "Garden Magazine," "Keith's Magazine," Cnd a number of farm papers. Hllnota Traction Sritlrni Shop*, At the Illinois Traction System Shops tile 1909 business has just been cleaned up and the 1910 work is ready to begin. The interval between the two largely a matter of accounting of cleaning up the record. Vlic work has kept coming all the time and tho are rushed. The new general foreman, E R. Thomas, who comes from the Rock Island at Horton, Tex., began duties yesterday. It Is understood that the shop force is to be Increased at once. The new wood shop has not been put into use except for storing some bad order passenger cars The machinery is now to be moved Into tho shop as early as possible and more t thereby secured In the main shop M

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  1. The Daily Review,
  2. 30 Jan 1910, Sun,
  3. Page 11

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